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2011 CSU Quick Facts

University Information Location:......................................................................... Charleston, S.C. Mailing Address:........................................................... P.O. Box 118087 ....................................................................... Charleston, SC 29423-8087 Founded:............................................................................................1964 Enrollment:.......................................................................................3,231 Nickname:............................................................................... Buccaneers Colors:..........................................Blue (PMS 295) and Gold ( PMS 873) Stadium:.............................................................................. CSU Stadium Capacity/Surface:....................................................... 4,000/natural grass Affiliation:...........................................................NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference:............................................................................... Big South President:.............................................................. Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. V.P. for Student Affairs and Athletics:......................... Dr. Rick Brewer Athletic Director:...................................................................Hank Small Associate A.D. (External Affairs): ..................... Cathryn Broderhausen Assistant A.D. (Internal Affairs):..................................... James Bradley Assistant A.D. (Compliance):....................................Michael Hammond Senior Womens’ Administrator:...................... Christie Faircloth-Dixon Strength and Conditioning Coach:...................................... Toby Jacobi Administrative Assistant:................................................... Paula Palmer Athletic Department Phone:.............................................843-863-7678 Athletic Department Fax:..................................................843-863-7695 Ticket Office Phone:..........................................................843-863-7670 Football Information Head Coach:...............................................................................Jay Mills Alma Mater (Year):.........................................Western Washington (’84) Record at CSU (Seasons):.......................................................43 - 46 (8) Overall Record (Seasons):.....................................................46 - 67 (11) Assistant Coaches: Patrick Nix (offensive coord./recruiting coord./QBs), Thielen Smith (defensive coordinator), Chuck Kelly (offensive line), RaShan Frost (defensive line), Gabe Giardina (asst. head coach/running backs and special teams coordinator) , Marcus Woodson (defensive backs), Andrew Weathers (wide receivers), Clayton Coffman (tight ends), Toby Jacobi (strength and conditioning), Dave Padilla (assistant defensive line) Football Office Phone:....................................................... 843-863-7119 First Year of Football:.......................................................................1991 Seasons Played (Seasons in I-AA):..............................................20 (18) All-Time Record:.......................................................................... 77-140 2010 Overall Record:.......................................................................... 3-8 2010 Big South Conference Record/Finish:.............................1-5/T-6th Total Lettermen Returning/Lost:.................................................. 33/23 Total Starters Returning/Lost:...................................................... 12/13

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........................................................................... 7-10 Support Staff.......................................................................................11 2010 Buccaneers 2011 Spring Depth Chart....................................................................13 2011 Outlook................................................................................. 14-15 2011 Numerical Roster................................................................. 16-17 2011 Alphabetical Roster.............................................................. 16-17 Lettermen Returning & Lost...............................................................18 Starters Returning & Lost...................................................................18 Buccaneer Profiles........................................................................ 19-36 Facing the Buccaneers Opponent Profiles......................................................................... 33-35 All-Time Series Record vs. 2011 Opponents......................................40 2010 In Review Box Scores.................................................................................... 38-48 Results.................................................................................................49 Game-By-Game Starters.....................................................................49 Statistics........................................................................................ 50-53 Honors.................................................................................................54 Records and History Individual Categorical Records..................................................... 56-57 Individual Single Game Superlatives............................................ 58-60 Individual Career Records............................................................ 61-63 Team Single Game Records................................................................64 Team Season Records.........................................................................65 Year-By-Year Team Leaders...............................................................66 Top Offensive Performances...............................................................67 All-Time Lettermen...................................................................... 68-69 Year-By-Year Results.................................................................... 70-71 Off the Field 2005 Championship Season................................................................72 Buccaneers in the Community............................................................73 25th Anniversary Video......................................................................74 Eddie Gadson Scholarship..................................................................74 Whitfield Stadium Center/Buccaneer Field........................................75

Sports Information Assistant A.D. (Media):.....................................................................TBA Office Phone:......................................................................843-863-7687 Assistant Sports Information Director:...........................Ashley Bailey Sports Information Interns................. Thomas Morrow, Robert Christe Sports Information Fax:....................................................843-863-7676 Administration Website:............................................................http://www.csusports.com CSU Administration...................................................................... 76-77 Sports Information Overnight Mailing Address: ................................................................................9200 University Blvd. Athletic Training........................................................................... 78-79 ................................................................................ Charleston, SC 29406 Sports Information..............................................................................80 Press Box Phone:................................................................843-863-7661 Big South Conference Credits: Preseason All-Conference...................................................................81 The 2011 Charleston Southern football media guide was produced by the CSU Big South Conference................................................................... 82-83 Sports Information Office. Written, edited, cover, internal design, layout and About Charleston, South Carolina......................................................85 statistics by Blake Freeland, SID; additional editing by University Relations About Charleston Southern University......................................... 86-89 and Joe Carmany. Special thanks to Head Coach Jay Mills and the SID staff; Photos by George Croft, Dr. Jairy Hunter III, and Tam Odom.

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Media Information

Credentials Press box and sideline credentials will be given to accredited working media only. All requests must be mailed, emailed, 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.

Media Outlets

Print Journal-Scene P.O. Box 715 Post & Courier Summerville, SC 29484 134 Columbus St. Phone: 843- 873-9424 Charleston, SC 29403 - 4800 Fax: 843-873-9432 Phone: 843-937-5586 or 5677 Gazette Fax: 843-937-5579 or 5714 P.O. Box 304 The State Goose Creek, SC 29445 P.O. Box 1333 Phone: 843-572-0511 Columbia, SC 29202 Photographers Fax: 843-572-0312 Phone: 800-456-8470 Buc Online Requests for photographer passes should be made no later than Wednesday before Fax: 803-771-8613 Charleston Southern University the game. Photographers will be required to display their sideline pass throughout the The News P.O. Box 118087 game. In accordance with NCAA rules, photographers, still and video, are prohibited P.O. Box 1688 Charleston, SC 29423 from the area in the middle of the field and must remain between the 25-yard line and Greenville, SC 29602 Phone: 843-863-8042 the end zone. Phone: 864-298-4306 Fax: 843-863-7021 Photography space will also be available on top of the pressbox but will be issued Fax: 864-298-4395 Associated Press Herald-Journal 1311 Marion Street on a priority basis to the film crews of the two teams and television coverage. P.O. Box 1657 Columbia, SC 29201 Spartanburg, SC 29304 Phone: 800-922-1565 Media Services Fax: 803-252-2913 All working media will be supplied with complete game notes (including up-to- Phone: 864-582-5673 Fax: 864-594-6350 date statistics), depth charts, game programs and media guides of both teams and any Television Morning News other information needed in their coverage of the game. A statistics summary includ- P.O. Box F-11 WCSC - TV 5 ing team and individual stats will be available at halftime; play-by-play is available Florence, SC 29501 P.O Box 186 Charleston, SC 29402 by request. Following the game a complete statistical book (including team and indi- Phone: 843-317-7274 Phone: 843-577-6397 vidual statistics, play-by-play and scoring summary) will be made available for media Fax: 843-317-7292 Fax: 843-722-7537 Sun News by the sports information staff. WCBD - TV 2 Fax service is available upon request from the sports information office. Three P.O. Box 406 P.O. Box 879 Myrtle Beach, SC 29578 telephones will be available for use following the game in the pressbox. These will Charleston, SC 29402 Phone: 843-626-0371 be available at all times during or after the game. Phone: 843-884-2288 Fax: 843-626-0356 Fax: 843-884-6624 A meal will be provided before the game. Soft drinks will be available throughout Times & Democrat WCIV - TV 4 the game. Alcoholic beverages and tobacco products are prohibited on the CSU cam- P.O. Drawer 1766 P.O. Box 22165 pus. Orangeburg, SC 29116 Charleston, SC 29413 Phone: 803-534-1060 Phone: 843-723-4403 Radio and Television Fax: 803-533-5595 Fax: 843-849-2519 Each radio and television station broadcasting the game will have a reserved booth The Herald WLTX (Columbia) Phone: 803-776-9508 in the pressbox with one telephone line. If more lines are required, please contact P.O. Box 11707 Fax: 803-783-2971 Rock Hill, SC 29731 AT&T at (843) 780-2800 or (800) 237-2802. WIS (Columbia) In most cases, a reciprocal agreement is in place for visiting radio networks. Please Phone: 803-329-4000 Phone: 803-758-1288 Fax: 803-329-4021 refer to the game contract if a fee is to be paid to CSU for use of the phone lines. Fax: 803-758-1278 The Standard Extra phone and communication lines are the responsibility of the broadcast entity. WOLO (Columbia) P.O. Box 456 Phone: 803-735-9605 Aiken, SC 29821 Fax: 803-754-6147 Postgame Interviews Phone: 803-648-2311 WPDE (Florence) Immediately following the game there will be a 10-minute cooling off period dur- Fax: 803-648-6052 Phone: 843-665-1515 ing which Coach Mills will speak to the team. Mills and the players will then be Independent & Mail Fax: 843-679-2709 P.O. Box 2507 available to conduct interviews for both print and electronic media on the field. WBTW (Florence) All CSU players will be available for interviews on the field, or outside of the locker Anderson, SC 29622 Phone: 843-662-1565 room, immediately following the end of the 10-minute cooling off period. If possible, Phone: 864-224-4321 Fax: 843-317-1418 WSPA (Spartanburg) please inform a member of the sports information staff of the players you wish to speak Fax: 864-260-1276 Berkeley Independent Phone: 864-587-5452 to after the game to expedite this process. P.O. Box 427 Fax: 864-587-5430 Interviews with visiting coaches and players will be arranged by the visiting sports Moncks Corner, SC WYFF (Greenville) information director. Phone: 843-761-6397 Phone: 864-240-5265 Fax: 843-899-6996 Fax: 864-240-5305 Game Week Interviews Head coach Jay Mills will be available to speak to the media between 11 a.m. and 1 Directions to Charleston Southern p.m. Monday through Friday. Players will also be available to speak to the media on From I-26: Take exit 205B (Highway 78). The campus will be weekdays except Friday, but priority will be given to their class and practice schedon your left. Use the school’s second entrance, located between ule. All interviews with players must be arranged by the Office of Sports Informathe soccer practice field and the football stadium. The football tion. At no time will a player’s home or cell phone number be given to the media. Practices Daily football practices are closed to the public and open to the media by appointment. Media should call the sports information office to verify practice time and player availability. Coach Mills will be available to speak to the media prior to or immediately after practice.

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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 78 if needed.


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Jay Mills - Head Football Coach

The 2011 season will be Jay Mills’ ninth season at the helm of the Buccaneers’ ship, taking CSU from a 1-11 mark in 2003 to a Big South Conference championship in 2005, and a school-record nine wins in 2006. From 2005-2009, Mills and the Buccaneers were the winningest coach and program in the Big South Conference, while also facing the most FBS opponents during the same stretch. Mills helped lead the Buccaneers to the nation’s second-longest winning streak at 14 games stretching over the 2005 and 2006 seasons, garnering their first national ranking in school history. Honored with the All-American Football Foundation’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2002, Mills was named the 2005 Big South Conference Coach of the Year, and the 2005 Buccaneers were named the “Team of the Year” by collegesports.com. During his tenure at CSU, the Buccaneers have literally rewritten the record books offensively. Under his direction, CSU quarterback Collin Drafts became the school’s all-time leading passer and all-time leader in total offense in only three seasons, while Gerald Stevenson shattered the all-purpose yardage record for CSU and the Big South. The 2009 squad was also named the Big South Sportsmanship Award winner. 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 Follow Coach Mills at: yards (2,885) and total yards (4,679). During those two seasons, eight offensive players www.twitter.com/CoachJMills earned All Ivy League honors. After serving three seasons as a graduate assistant at Notre Dame, one year under former 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. Members of Fellowship of Oak Brook Church where Mills serves as a deacon, Mills and his wife, Kimberly, reside in Goose Creek and are the parents of six children; Stacey Jo (27), Josh (23), Jared (22), Chris (20), Derek (19) and David (14), and on July 12, 2008, the Mills added son-inlaw Ryan Tié to the family, and the Mills’ first grandchild, Evelyn, was born last fall. His son, Jared, graduated from CSU in the spring of 2011, and is engaged to Meredith Bradley, who also graduated from CSU in 2011 and is the daughter of Assistant A.D. James Bradley. Allen......................................... 1-0 Central Florida....................... 0-0 Charleston (WV)...................... 1-0 Citadel...................................... 1-3 Coastal Carolina ................... 3-5 Edward Waters ........................ 2-0 Florida...................................... 0-1 Florida State........................... 0-0 Gardner-Webb....................... 3-5

Coach Mills’ Record vs. All Opponents

Georgetown.............................. 1-0 Hawaii...................................... 0-2 Howard..................................... 0-2 Jacksonville............................. 2-0 James Madison......................... 0-1 Johnson C. Smith..................... 1-0 Kentucky.................................. 0-1 Liberty..................................... 1-7 Mars Hill.................................. 1-0

Miami (Fla.)............................. 0-1 Miami (Ohio)........................... 0-1 Norfolk State........................... 0-0 North Greenville...................... 7-1 Presbyterian............................ 5-3 Savannah State......................... 5-0 South Florida............................ 0-2 Stony Brook............................ 1-2 Tusculum.................................. 0-1

VMI......................................... 5-3 Wesley College........................ 0-0 West Virginia State................... 1-0 West Virginia Wesleyan........... 1-0 Wingate.................................... 1-1 Wofford.................................... 0-4 vs. Big South Opponents.. 18-25 vs. Nonconference............. 25-21 Overall.............................. 43-46

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What others are saying about Jay Mills: “I admire the job Coach Mills and his staff have done at Charleston Southern. His teams are well-prepared and have had some outstanding seasons, including a conference championship.” Steve Spurrier Head Coach, University of South Carolina “I have known Jay Mills since he was a young man and have watched him grow and mature into 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 Former Head Coach, Washington Redskins and former NFL Quarterback “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 Education • 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., 1980-83, Major: Accounting • Rogers High School, Michigan City, Ind., 1980

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Patrick Nix - Offensive Coord./Recruiting Coord./QBs

Patrick Nix was hired just before the 2010 season to coach the wide receivers and serve as the recruiting coordinator and passing game coordinator. Last year, Nix helped develop all-conference selection Gerald Stevenson, who left CSU second in most of the receiving categories. Nix most recently spent two years (2007-08) at the University of Miami, where he was the offensive coordinator and primary play caller for the Hurricanes. He served in the same position from 2004-06 for Georgia Tech, part of a five-year stint with the Yellow Jackets. The former Auburn quarterback graduated in 1995 and got his start in coaching at Jacksonville State University, where he coached the running backs and quarterbacks. From there he spent two years as the head coach at Henderson State University and a year at Samford as the wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator before being hired by Georgia Tech. As a sophomore, Nix led the Tigers to a perfect 11-0 record and was named the Pat Sullivan Offensive Player of the Year and Cliff Hare StudentAthlete of the Year. He is still ranked in the top five in numerous categories, including the school’s leader in career passing efficiency. The 39-year-old Nix is married to Krista Chapman Nix, and the couple has four children; Emma (13), Bo (11), Caleb (8) and Sara (3).

Thielen Smith - Defensive Coordinator Thielen Smith came to CSU in 2008 from Marshall University. Having spent two years with the Thundering Herd, Smith was the defensive line and linebackers coach in the upstate at Clemson from 1999-2004. In 2010, defensive lineman Joel Walton was one of four Bucs to earn a spot in the FCS Senior Scout Bowl and earned secondteam all-conference honors. Chris Patrick was a first-team honoree, while Brad Sweatt was named to the all-academic team and was a CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District

selection. The 2009 defense was 14th in the country and tops in the Big South in pass defense, and had two members (Bach and Kuzdale) selected as the Big South Defensive Player of the Week. In 2008, Smith’s defense posted two shut outs, including the first shut out of Coastal Carolina in their history (68 games). In the coaching profession for almost 30 years, Smith also spent time in Louisiana at schools like Tulane, ULM, LSU and Louisiana-Lafayette, coaching the defensive line and linebackers at each stop. As a coach, Smith has experienced seven bowl seasons, graduating 80 percent of his players. Smith graduated from LSU in 1977 with a B.S. in education, having played four seasons for the LSU Tigers under Coach Charlie McClendon. Smith and his wife, Gail, have six children; Toyah, Keisha, Terrance, Vincent, Temetria and Shaun.

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RaShan Frost - Defensive Line Coach Frost took over as the defensive line coach in 2008, after coming to CSU from the University of Rhode Island where he coached for three years under Tim Stowers. While there, he was in charge of the defensive line and also served as the recruiting coordinator. Since coming to Charleston Southern, Frost’s defensive line has had three all-conference selections in Joel Walton, Justin Witzmann and Jake Killeen. Killeen also earned CSU Senior Male Athlete of the year, while Witzmann was an all-academic selection, and named a semifinalist for the ADA postgraduate scholarship. Prior to going to Rhode Island, Frost was an assistant coach at Illinois State for three years, also handling defensive line and recruiting coordinator responsibilities. There, Frost coached three players to all-conference honors in Jonathan Friend, Ray Robinson and Josh Crestment. Friend and Robinson, along with Brent Hawkins, earned All-American honors and Hawkins was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2006. As the recruiting coordinator, his 2004 and 2005 classes were ranked in the top-5 (FCS) according to Rivals.com. A 2000 alumnus of Auburn University, Frost was a defensive tackle for the Tigers from 1996-99 and was a two-time academic All-SEC selection. He first got into coaching as a volunteer student assistant with Tommy Tubberville, and stayed on the Tigers’ staff as a graduate assistant, helping with quality control and football operations, all while getting his feet wet as the assistant defensive line coach. While at Auburn, the Tigers won three SEC Western Division Championships (1997, 2000, 2001) and participated in four bowl games (1996 Independence, 1998 Peach, 2000 Citrus, 2001 Peach). Frost graduated with a B.S. in excercise science, also earning his Master’s of Education Degree in 2001 from Auburn. He is the father of two sons, Kaleb (7) and Joshua (5).

Gabe Giardina - Assistant Head Coach/Special Teams Coord./RBs

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Gabe Giardina is going into his fourth season on the Charleston Southern coaching staff and second as the Assistant Head Coach. He joined the Buccaneers after spending four seasons at the University of Alabama working for both Nick Saban and Mike Shula. During the 2010 season, CSU had three kickoff returns for a touchdown, including two in the same game against Gardner-Webb, one of which was featured on ESPN’s top-10. Gerald Stevenson, who returned both of those, also tied the NCAA record with a 100yard return, earning numerous conference and national honors over the course of the year, including being named the CFPA National Kick Returner of the Year. In 2009, CSU special teams posted a number of school records, including field goals in a season (16). John Paglia also had the longest field goal (51 yards) in school history, and Deon Lee returned a kickoff for a touchdown for the first time since 2005. They have also had five blocked kicks, been second in the Big South in kickoff coverage and had both a punt and a kickoff return for a touchdown over the past three seasons. The running game has also excelled under Giardina, having posted the second-most rushing yards in CSU history in 2009, using three different running backs. During his time with the Crimson Tide, Giardina helped Brian Bostick earn AllSEC honors as a placekicker in 2004 as well as Andre Smith and Antoine Caldwell earn All-SEC honors in 2007 on the offensive line. Smith went on to be 6th Overall pick in the 2009 draft and Caldwell was a 3rd round selection. Giardina is a former letter winner and Academic All SEC performer for the Crimson Tide and is married to the former Wimberly Edwards, and the couple had their first child, Frank Foster Giardina in April 2011.


Chuck Kelly - Offensive Line Coach 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. In 2010 , offensive lineman Jordan Lancaster earned a spot on the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team, one of only 22 individuals at any level of college football to earn the honor, and was recognized at the Allstate Sugar Bowl. While at CSU, Kelly has guided six linemen to all-conference honors, with Shawn Huntsinger, DeAndre Harrison and Bryan Meers all earning the nod in 2005. Rick Howell and Alex Bragg each earned the honor for the 2006 season, with Howell repeating the honor in 2007. J.W. Myers also earned the honor in 2009 and Lancaster was a second-team selection in 2010. Kelly’s line has been a key part of a revitalized running game, including the second-highest rushing total in school history in 2009. The team finished fifth in the country in sacks given up, only allowing nine all season. 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 Backs Coach at the University of South Carolina. He followed that with a one-year stint as the Offensive Line Coach for East Carolina University. As an athlete, Kelly finished 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 signed 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.

Marcus Woodson - Defensive Backs Coach

Marcus Woodson joined the CSU staff just prior to 2009 spring drills and coaches the defensive backs. Woodson came to CSU from Millsaps College. During the 2010 season, Woodson helped coach Charles James, who broke the CSU record with three interceptions in a single game, earning all-conference and AP All-American honors in the process.In 2009, Woodson helped guide Chris Kuzdale to all-conference honors, while his defensive backs tied the school record with four interceptions in a game, doing so against Presbyterian College. Charleston Southern also led the Big South in pass efficiency defense, and overall pass defense. At Millsaps, Woodson was in charge of recruiting in Mississippi, Florida, and the southern parts of Alabama and Louisiana. In 2009, three of his four defensive backs earned first-team all-conference honors as the defense led the League in pass break ups with 75. In 2007, the Majors’ defense ranked second in the country in pass efficiency defense (81.6 ypg), fifth in scoring defense (11.9 ppg) and eighth in turnovers gained (36). In 20 games over the course of the 2006 and 2007 seasons, Millsaps had 38 interceptions, including 10 returns for touchdowns. Since 2005, Woodson helped a total of 10 players gain All-Conference recognition. In addition to league honors, Woodson also helped coach Marcus Harris, who was named to Don Hansen’s Football Gazette All-American Team as an Honorable Mention and was thrice named to D3football.com’s National Team of the Week in 2006, while Ray Kline was tabbed D3football.com All-South Region Second Team in 2007. The Mississippi native attended Moss Point High School where he not only stood out as an honor roll student, but also contributed on the football field as well. During his high school career, Woodson helped lead his team to a pair of state championships and was selected to play in the Bernard Blackwell Classic and the Mississippi high school all-star game. At the college level, Woodson played in 18 games and earned eight starts over two years for Ole Miss and was selected for the Senior Leadership Unity Council. He graduated from Ole Miss with a B.S. in political science with an emphasis in criminal justice and a minor in English. Woodson married to the former Chastity Simmons on May 28, 2011.

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Dave Padilla - Assistant Football Coach Dave Padilla joined the CSU staff for the 2009 season after spending the previous two years at Ventura College in California.

Padilla also works with Christie Dixon in the student-athlete success program for academics.

At VC, he was part of the 2007 WSC championship team that went on to win the Southern California Bowl. He worked with the offensive and defensive lines, as well as being the Placement Coordinator and Director of Football Operations. The Oxnard, Calif., native is active in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and was the director of operations for FCA in Ventura County. In 1996, he created the Iron Sharpens Iron Leadership Academy, which prepares young men and women for entrance into our nation’s service academies. Because of his work in creating this program, Padilla was awarded with an honorary membership into the West Point Association of Graduates as a lifetime member and honored with the prestigious Friends of West Point award for his support and commitment to the values and traditions that support the United States Corps of Cadets.

Clayton Coffman Tight Ends Coach

Andrew Weathers Wide Receivers Coach

Paula Palmer - Administrative Assistant

Paula Palmer joined the CSU staff during the summer of 2011, and will serve as the administrative assistant and ticket manager. She will work closely with the football program, and also assist with the administrative needs for the entire athletics department. Palmer comes to CSU from Flowertown Elementary School, where she has been a teaching assistant, and also served as the payroll and principal’s secretary. There, she was responsible for maintaining the front office, and also entered and maintained documentation for the school’s payroll. Before taking a six-year hiatus to be a stay-at-home mother, Palmer worked at the College of Charleston in a number of capacities, including office manager for the office of educational services, and administrative specialist for the department of institutional research and planning. Palmer received her bachelor’s degree in physical education from the College of Charleston in 1995, serving as an athletic training intern during her undergraduate work. She has two children, Jacob (13) and Bailey (11).

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Toby Jacobi - Strength and Conditioning Coach

Tobias “Toby” Jacobi was named the department’s Head Strength & Conditioning Coach prior to the 2008-2009 school year. Prior to that Jacobi worked at Kent State University, Western Carolina University, Elon University, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, and Cumberland University as a Strength and Conditioning Coach. Under Jacobi’s direction the CSU football program had back-toback winning seasons in 2008 and 2009, finishing tied for second and third, respectively in the Big South Conference standings despite playing two FBS teams each of those two seasons. Jacobi also helped the CSU athletics department to the first overall winning percentage of at least .500 during the 2009-10 school year. Big South Conference Championships have been won in women’s golf, tennis, and soccer during Jacobi’s tenure at CSU along with the CSU women’s basketball team earning its first ever postseason berth when playing in the 2010 Women’s Basketball Invitational Tournament. Jacobi has worked with 18 National Strength and Conditioning All-American Athlete’s of the Year Award Winners, along with 19 players who have been drafted in the NFL Draft. Fourteen players Jacobi has worked with have been drafted in MLB draft, while one player Jacobi has worked with has been drafted in the NBA draft. He is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength & Conditioning Association; while also being a Certified Sports Performance Coach by the United States Weightlifting Association. Jacobi earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education from Cumberland University in 2000, where he was a four-year member of the CU football team. He and has wife (April) have two daughters (Sydney, 5 and Millie, 2).

Christie Faircloth-Dixon - Student-Athlete Success Director/SWA Christie Faircloth-Dixon joined the CSU athletic staff in January 2001. In her role as the StudentAthlete Success Director, she oversees NCAA academic eligibility for the 16 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 student-athletes 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 Wescott Plantation in Summerville with her husband, Fred, a Chief in the United States Coast Guard, and their two cats, Sunny and Spooky.

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2011 Postspring Depth Chart Offense

Defense

LT

73 Levi McFatter

6-4

287 R-Sr.

59 Jean Bazile

6-4

280 R-Fr.

LG

60 Nick Kemper

6-2

280 R-Jr.

75 Kayson Wharton

6-1

303 R-Sr.

C

56 Jeff Hartung

6-3

280 So.

65 Brent Riley

6-4

290 Fr.

RG

78 B.J. Baker

6-5

290 R-Sr.

76 Logan Mines

6-5

290 Fr.

RT

70 James Nicholson

6-4

295 R-Jr.

61 Jason Edmonds

6-4

275 R-Jr.

TE

10 Mike DeTerlizzi

6-2

237 R-So.

83 Carson Leshin

6-4

255 Sr.

QB

15 Malcolm Dixon

6-1

200 So.

12 Richard Mounce

6-1

210 R-Jr.

RB

23 B.J. Hackworth

6-0

240 R-Sr.

4 Teddy Allen

5-11

223 So.

WR

88 Kirby Broome

6-2

200 So.

80 Wes Murray

6-1

200 R-Fr.

WR

3 Nathan Perera

6-3

200 So.

85 Kevin Glears

6-0

180 Fr.

WR

7 Estevan Cintron

5-9

160 R-Fr.

84 Chris Theodore

6-2

185 R-Fr.

DE

50 Jacque Carter

6-3

250 Sr.

48 Matt Woods

6-3

260 R-Sr.

NT

72 Coril Joseph

6-1

300 R-So.

93 Isaac Lowrance

5-11

260 R-Fr.

DE

96 Will Hunt

6-4

240 R-So.

58 Delvon King

5-11

240 Sr.

55 Mike Chocholousek 5-10

220 Jr.

6 Calvin Bryant

5-11

220 So.

36 Brad Sweatt

6-1

207 Jr.

MIKE WILL

52 Gabe Middlebrook 6-1

220 So.

11 Cornelius Sterling 6-0

240 R-Jr.

6-2

208 R-Fr.

WOLF 49 Billy Ryan BNDT

24 Chris Kuzdale

5-11

200 Sr.

27 Austin Wald

6-0

180 R-Jr.

SPUR

9 Jordan Fulford

5-9

185 R-So.

25 Zac Johnston

6-1

195 R-Fr.

CB

1 Charles James

5-10

175 R-Jr.

20 Kenny Johnson

5-6

163 Jr.

FS

5 Demaris Freeman

6-1

178 So.

39 Daniel Dieudonne 6-3

212 Sr.

CB

17 Matt Hardy

5-11

175 So.

2 O’Brian Campbell

5-10

205 Sr.

Special Teams

K

18 Andy Brown

6-1

194 Sr.

P

18 Andy Brown

6-1

194 Sr.

SS

55 Mike Chocholousek 5-10

220 Jr.

LS

55 Mike Chocholousek 5-10

220 Jr.

KR

7 Estevan Cintron

5-9

160 R-Fr.

85 Kevin Glears

6-0

180 Fr.

PR

85 Kevin Glears

6-0

180 Fr.

1 Charles James

5-10

175 R-Jr.

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2011 Season Outlook Although the record in 2010 was not what anyone hoped that it would be, the future continues to look bright for the Buccaneer Football team as they build off the individual success of last year. “The story to me is that Charleston Southern University has become synonymous with winning football games,” said Coach Jay Mills. “We have transformed and transcended from a program that had 13 consecutive losing seasons to a place where it is equated with winning football. I think it is indeed a compliment and a credit to all of those who have been part of building this current tradition. Now we are at the point that it has come as a surprise, not that CSU is winning, but that CSU had an off year and did not win as many games.” The Buccaneers have suffered just two losing seasons in the past seven seasons under Mills and have not had back-to-back losing seasons under his direction. It took just over six years for Mills to become the winningest coach in CSU history, accounting for well over half the school’s total wins. Schedule: Charleston Southern has faced more FBS opponents than anyone else in the Big South, and kicks off the 2011 season with two more FBS opponents in Central Florida and Florida State. Despite that schedule, from 2005-2009, CSU posted the most wins of any team in the Big South conference. “The visibility of our football program has been intentionally magnified to champion the vision of CSU, which is to be nationally recognized for integrating faith in learning, leading and serving,” said Mills on the difficulty of his schedule. Offense: “Although our squad will be young, both in chronological age and experience, our talent base is good. Also, 11 freshmen benefited from our injury-plagued 2010 campaign by receiving valuable playing time. The key to our on-the-field achievement will be each individual’s development over the summer. I’m confident of success in the future; the arrival of which will be dependent upon the rate of the maturation process,” said Mills. CSU will return a total of 16 players who started at least one game for the Buccaneers, including 10 on the defensive side. Four of the five offensive linemen (Levi McFatter, Kayson Wharton, B.J. Baker and James Nicholson) will return after starting every game last year for CSU. Jeff Hartung, who saw time in a backup role as an offensive lineman and tight end last year, will fill in at the center spot, already with eight games under his belt in his sophomore season. Mike DeTerlizzi and Carson Leshin will serve as the tight ends, while Nick Kemper will battle for a starting spot, along with junior Jason Edmonds and freshmen Jean Bazile, Brent Riley and Logan Mines. Quarterback Malcolm Dixon, who played just three games as a quarterback after being thrust into action due to injuries on the team, completed 77.8 percent of his passes for 236 yards and four touchdowns. He was the Big South Freshman of the Week and was a CFPA Division I FCS honorable mention performer of the week. He returns as the starting quarterback but there are any number of quality options waiting to step in, including Richard Mounce and Derek Hatcher, both of whom took multiple snaps last season, as well as newcomer Briar Van Brunt. At wide receiver, the leading receivers are gone, but a number of quality athletes who are ready to fill the void are stepping in. Kirby Broome saw an increased role toward the end of the season in 2010, and was the main target during the spring game. Nathan Perera also saw action last year and will compete against transfer Chase Jones, and redshirt freshmen Estevan Cintron, Chris Theodore and most-improved wide receiver Wes Murray for those starting spots. Fellow transfers Corvaughn Archie and Mike Davis along with freshmen Kevin Glears and Marcellas Pope will all likely see plenty of playing time as well. Redshirt-senior B.J. Hackworth will hold down the starting job at the running back position but will be tailed closely by

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2011 Season Outlook Teddy Allen, who carried the ball 24 times as a true freshman last season. A contrast in style to the power backs, Anthony Simmons will likely see plenty of carries in speed situations, as will Keelyan Bryant. Trey Dorsey and Richard Jones will also be battling for carries during the season. Defense: “The key to our growth is not change, but simply doing what we do, better. I’ve been very pleased with the approach and improvement shown in all phases toward this objective this spring. Productivity in the run game and on offense and stop the run on defense are paramount to success this fall,” said Mills. Defensively, three of the four starters on the defensive line will return, and two of the three starting linebackers, led by sophomore Cornelius Sterling, who played in all 11 games and finished the year third on the team with 57 tackles. In all, seven of the top 10 on the team in tackles will come back, including sophomore Brad Sweatt, who earned CoSIDA/ESPN Academic AllDistrict honors, starting in 10 of 11 games. Jacque Carter returns for his senior season after starting all 11 games last year on the line, while Will Hunt and most-improved defensive lineman Coril Joseph will also return with plenty of experience. Matt Woods, Isaac Lowrance, and Delvon King will add depth and experience to the line, while transfers Brad Spivey and Emmanuel Koleosho, along with freshmen James Smith and Chadwick Coleman will also battle for time as they gain game-time experience. Sterling and Sweatt will be joined by true sophomores Gabe Middlebrook and Calvin Bryant, as well as most-improved linebacker Michael Chocholousek, who made an immediate impact in the spring game and as a transfer, will immediately add experience to the linebacking corps. Preseason All-American junior defensive back Charles James tied the school record with six interceptions this year, leading the nation in that category. After just two years, James has tallied eight interceptions and is just three shy of the career record. The addition of transfer Brandan Davis as well as a talented freshman recruiting class will make the defensive backfield one of the strongest parts of the defense. A preseason all-conference selection in 2010, senior Chris Kuzdale will also return after missing a pair of games in 2010 with an injury. Also returning as the starting SPUR after a tremendous spring is most-improved defensive back Jordan Fulford, who will be backed up by 2011 Edward A. Gadson Memorial Scholarship recipient Zac Johnston. Kenny Johnson, Daniel Dieudonne, Matt Hardy, Demaris Freeman and O’Brian Campbell all return with plenty of talent and experience as well. Special Teams: “Outstanding team chemistry has been a standard for Buccaneer squads. Competitive special team play is a byproduct of such an asset. More consistency in the kicking game is a goal that will lead to overall team accomplishment this fall,” said Mills. The kicking game continues to look solid for CSU as Andy Brown stepped in this season to take over the place kicking duties in addition to his normal punting task. This season, Brown posted the sixth highest average per punt against Mars Hill, booming four punts for an average of 43.5 yards per punt. He also finished a perfect 19-19 on PATs and 1-1 in field goals, making a 43 yarder against Coastal Carolina in the season finale. The loss of Gerald Stevenson will no doubt have an impact on the kick return game, but after returning three kickoffs back for touchdowns last season, the absence may result in more kickoffs down the field instead of on the ground. Cintron will do the bulk of the kickoff returning, while Jones will come in and field the majority of the punts. Glears and James will serve as the backups, along with a host of others who have had the opportunity to return kicks over the past seasons. Transfer Michael Davis and newcomers Marcellas Pope and Trey Dorsey will also compete for both the kickoff and punt returner positions.

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2011 Numerical Roster

Alphabetical Roster

Pos.

Ht.

Wt. Hometown/High School (Previous School)

No. Name

R-Jr.

DB

5-10

175 Jacksonville, Fla./Mandarin HS

4

Teddy Allen

RB

O’Brian Campbell

Sr.

DB

5-10

205 Hollywood, Fla./South Howard HS (Ellsworth CC)

22

Corvaughn Archie

WR

3

Nathan Perera

So.

WR

6-3

200 Orlando, Fla./Bishop Moore HS

78

B.J. Baker

OL

4

Teddy Allen

So.

RB

5-11

223 Avon Park, Fla./Avon Park HS

59

Jean Bazile

OL

5

Demaris Freeman

So.

DB

6-1

178 West Palm Beach, Fla./Park Vista HS

82

Dylan Black Kirby Broome

WR

No. Name

Yr.

1

Charles James

2

Pos.

TE

6

Calvin Bryant

So.

LB

5-11

220 Tifton, Ga./Sandalwood HS

88

7

Estevan Cintron

R-Fr.

WR

5-9

160 Orange Park, Fla./Orange Park HS

18

Andy Brown

K/P

9

Jordan Fulford

R-So.

DB

5-9

185 Ocala, Fla./North Marion HS

6

Calvin Bryant

LB

10

Mike DeTerlizzi

R-So.

TE

6-2

237 Tampa, Fla./Freedom HS

44

Keelyan Bryant

RB

11

Cornelius Sterling

R-Jr.

LB

6-0

240 Orlando, Fla./Olympia HS

2

O’Brian Campbell

DB

12

Richard Mounce

R-Jr.

QB

6-1

210 Columbia, S.C./Blythewood HS

50

Jacque Carter

DL

13

Rodney Mills

Fr.

DB

5-11

185 Tampa, Fla./Jefferson HS

55

Michael Chocholousek

LB

15

Malcolm Dixon

So.

QB

6-1

200 Tifton, Ga./Tifton County HS

7

Estevan Cintron

WR

Chadwick Coleman

DT

16

Briar Van Brunt

Fr.

QB

6-3

195 Warner Robbins, Ga./Northside HS

92

17

Matt Hardy

So.

DB

5-11

175 Jacksonville, Fla./Trinity Christian Academy

98

Mose Countryman

DE

18

Andy Brown

Sr.

K/P

6-1

194 Daytona, Fla./Daytona Beach Mainland HS

41

Tyler Cubbedge

LB

19

Derek Hatcher

R-So.

QB

6-1

180 Orange Park, Fla./Ridgeview HS

47

Brandan Davis

DB

20

Kenny Johnson

Jr.

DB

5-6

163 Palm Bay, Fla./Bayside HS

32

Mike Davis

WR

22

Corvaughn Archie

Jr.

WR

6-1

185 Fresno, Calif./Buchanan HS (Fresno City CC)

97

Mark Deboy

K/P

23

B.J. Hackworth

R-Sr.

RB

6-0

240 Jacksonville, Fla./Fletcher HS

10

Mike DeTerlizzi

TE

24

Chris Kuzdale

Sr.

DB

5-11

200 Tampa, Fla./H.B. Plant HS (Milford Academy)

39

Daniel Dieudonne

DB

Malcolm Dixon

QB

25

Zac Johnston

R-Fr.

LB

6-1

195 Covington, Ga./East Side HS

15

26

Michael Parker

R-Sr.

DB

6-1

216 Oviedo, Fla./Oviedo HS (Richmond)

40

Trey Dorsey

RB

27

Austin Wald

R-Jr.

DB

6-0

180 Seneca, S.C./Seneca HS

61

Jason Edmonds

OL

28

A.J. Matthews

R-Fr.

DB

5-10

170 Wintersprings, Fla./Wintersprings HS

89

Zach Edmunds

TE

29

Marquiz Hodo

Fr.

DB

6-0

170 Stockbridge, Ga./Stockbridge HS

46

Austin Fowler

LB

30

Kareem Givens

Fr.

DB

5-10

180 Lakeland, Fla./Lakeland HS

5

Demaris Freeman

DB

32

Mike Davis

Jr.

WR

5-9

185 Ventura, Calif./Buena HS (Ventura CC)

9

Jordan Fulford

DB

33

Anthony Simmons

R-Fr.

RB

5-5

152 Moncks Corner, S.C./Berkeley HS

30

Kareem Givens

DB

Kevin Glears

WR

34

Tyson Pryor

R-So.

TE

6-1

230 Windermere, Fla./Olympia HS

85

35

Ray Rowe

Fr.

DB

5-11

155 Orlando, Fla./Edgewater HS

68

Kevin Graham

OL

36

Brad Sweatt

Jr.

LB

6-1

207 Orlando, Fla./Edgewater HS

86

Henley Griffon

TE

37

Richard Jones

R-Fr.

RB

5-11

215 North Charleston, S.C./Garrett Academy

23

B.J. Hackworth

RB

39

Daniel Dieudonne

Sr.

DB

6-3

212 North Miami, Fla./North Miami HS (Mendocino Coll.)

17

Matt Hardy

DB

40

Trey Dorsey

Fr.

RB

5-8

187 Homerville, Ga./Clinch County HS

56

Jeff Hartung

OL

41

Tyler Cubbedge

R-Fr.

LB

5-11

205 Bradford, Fla./Bradford HS

19

Derek Hatcher

QB

42

Marcellas Pope

Fr.

WR

5-9

185 Stockbridge, Ga./Stockbridge HS

87

T.J. Higgins

K/P

Marquiz Hodo

DB

43

Corey Santiago

Fr.

DB

6-0

185 Woodstock, Ga./Woodstock HS

29

44

Keelyan Bryant

So.

RB

5-9

180 St. Petersburg, Fla./St. Petersburg Catholic

96

Will Hunt

DL

45

Trini Sutton

Fr.

DB

5-11

180 Sebring, Fla./Sebring HS

1

Charles James

DB

46

Austin Fowler

Sr.

LB

5-9

210 Greer, S.C./Eastside HS

20

Kenny Johnson

DB

47

Brandan Davis

Sr.

DB

5-11

174 Columbia, S.C./Dutch Fork HS (South Carolina)

25

Zac Johnston

LB

48

Matt Woods

R-Sr.

DL

6-3

260 Niceville, Fla./Niceville HS

37

Richard Jones

RB

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Alphabetical Roster 72

Coril Joseph

No. Name

DT

No. Name

Pos.

49

Billy Ryan

2011 Numerical Roster

Yr.

Pos.

Ht.

Wt. Hometown/High School (Previous School)

R-Fr. OLB

6-2

208 Greenville, S.C./Riverside HS

60

Nick Kemper

OL

50

Jacque Carter

Sr.

DL

6-3

250 Jacksonville, Fla./Fletcher HS (Holmes CC)

58

Delvon King

DL

51

Tanner Rogers

Fr.

OLB

6-2

240 Stockbridge, Ga./Eagles Landing Christian Acad.

24

Chris Kuzdale

DB

52

Gabe Middlebrook

So.

LB

6-1

220 West Ashley, S.C./West Ashley HS

83

Carson Leshin

TE

54

Isaac McKenzie

Jr.

OLB

6-1

245 Pittsburgh, Pa./Woodland Hills HS (Santa Monica CC)

93

Isaac Lowrance

DL

55

Michael Chocholousek

Jr.

LB

5-10

220 Glendale, Ariz./Mountain Ridge HS (Glendale CC)

28

A.J. Matthews

DB

56

Jeff Hartung

So.

OL

6-3

280 Orange Park, Fla./Ridgeview HS

73

Levi McFatter

OL

58

Delvon King

Sr.

DL

5-11

240 Oakland, Calif./James Logan HS (Chabot College)

54

Isaac McKenzie

OLB

59

Jean Bazile

R-Fr.

OL

6-4

280 Orlando, Fla./Edgewater HS

52

Gabe Middlebrook

LB

60

Nick Kemper

R-Jr.

OL

6-2

280 Winter Springs, Fla./Lake Howell HS

13

Rodney Mills

DB

61

Jason Edmonds

Jr.

OL

6-4

275 Hopkins, S.C./Lower Richland HS

76

Logan Mines

OL

64

Austin Spears

R-So.

OL

6-5

285 Lake Mary, Fla./Lake Mary HS

99

Cameron Mitchell

K/P

65

Brent Riley

Fr.

OL

6-4

290 Atlanta, Ga./Lakeside-DeKalb HS

12

Richard Mounce

QB

68

Kevin Graham

R-Fr.

OL

5-11

285 Lake City, S.C./Lake City HS

80

Wes Murray

WR

70

James Nicholson

R-Jr.

OL

6-4

295 Ponte Verde, Fla./Nease HS

70

James Nicholson

OL

72

Coril Joseph

R-So.

DT

6-1

300 Tampa, Fla./Freedom HS

26

Michael Parker

DB

73

Levi McFatter

R-Sr.

OL

6-4

287 Lake City, Fla./Columbia HS

3

Nathan Perera

WR

74

Zach Sibrava

Fr.

OL

6-4

265 West Palm Beach, Fla./Park Vista HS

42

Marcellas Pope

WR

75

Kayson Wharton

R-Sr.

OL

6-1

303 Fountain Inn, S.C./Hillcrest HS

81

Nathan Prater

TE

76

Logan Mines

Fr.

OL

6-5

290 Winter Park, Fla./Edgewater HS

34

Tyson Pryor

TE

77

Clayton Truitt

Fr.

OL

6-3

292 Atlanta, Ga./Parkview HS

65

Brent Riley

51

Tanner Rogers

35

OL

78

B.J. Baker

R-Sr.

OL

6-5

290 Moultrie, Ga./Colquitt County HS

OLB

80

Wes Murray

R-Fr.

WR

6-1

200 Orlando, Fla./Foundation Academy

Ray Rowe

DB

81

Nathan Prater

Fr.

TE

6-5

240 Ninety Six, S.C./Ninety Six HS

49

Billy Ryan

OLB

82

Dylan Black

Fr.

TE

6-3

206 Lynn Haven, Fla./Lake Mary HS

43

Corey Santiago

DB

83

Carson Leshin

Sr.

TE

6-4

255 Littlerock, Calif./Desert Christian (Antelope Valley CC)

74

Zach Sibrava

OL

84

Chris Theodore

R-Fr.

WR

6-2

185 Daytona Beach, Fla./Atlantic HS

33

Anthony Simmons

RB

85

Kevin Glears

Fr.

WR

6-0

180 Charleston, S.C./Goose Creek HS

Skyler Skersick

DL

86

Henley Griffon

R-Fr.

TE

6-5

225 Apoka, Fla./Apoka HS

94

James Smith

DL

87

T.J. Higgins

R-Fr.

K/P

5-9

170 Greer, S.C./Riverside HS

64

Austin Spears

OL

88

Kirby Broome

So.

WR

6-2

200 Mauldin, S.C./Mauldin HS

90

Brad Spivey

DL

89

Zach Edmunds

R-So.

TE

6-5

250 Alexandria, Va./Hargrave Military Acad.

11

Cornelius Sterling

LB

90

Brad Spivey

Jr.

DL

6-3

267 Myrtle Beach, S.C./Myrtle Beach HS (Ga. Military Acad.)

45

Trini Sutton

DB

92

Chadwick Coleman

R-Fr.

DT

6-0

307 Harker Heights, Texas/Harker Heights HS

36

Brad Sweatt

LB

93

Isaac Lowrance

R-Fr.

DL

5-11

260 Inman, S.C./Boiling Springs HS

84

Chris Theodore

WR

94

James Smith

Fr.

DL

6-0

280 Greenville, S.C./Greenville HS (Hargrave Military Acad.)

95

Benny Timmons

DL

95

Benny Timmons

Fr.

DL

6-2

257 Aiken, S.C./Silver Bluff HS

77 Clayton Truitt

OL

96

Will Hunt

R-So.

DL

6-4

240 Greenville, S.C./Southside HS

16

Briar Van Brunt

QB

97

Mark Deboy

Fr.

K/P

5-8

195 Fort Myers, Fla./Riverdale HS

27

Austin Wald

DB

98

Mose Countryman

Fr.

DE

6-4

240 Jacksonville, Fla./Mandarin HS

75

Kayson Wharton

OL

99

Cameron Mitchell

Fr.

K/P

6-5

200 Tarpon Springs, Fla./East Lake HS

48

Matt Woods

DL

Skyler Skersick

R-Fr.

DL

6-3

220 Orlando, Fla./Boone HS

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2011 Roster Breakdown Lettermen Returning (33)

Offense (14) OL B.J. Baker OL Jeff Hartung OL Levi McFatter OL James Nicholson OL Austin Spears OL Kayson Wharton TE Mike DeTerlizzi QB Malcolm Dixon QB Richard Mounce WR Kirby Broome WR Nathan Perera RB Teddy Allen RB Keelyan Bryant RB B.J. Hackworth Special Teams (1) P Andy Brown

Defense (18) DL Jacque Carter DL Will Hunt DL Coril Joseph DL Delvon King DL Matt Woods LB Gabe Middlebrook LB Cornelius Sterling LB Brad Sweatt DB Calvin Bryant DB O’Brian Campbell DB Daniel Dieudonne DB Demaris Freeman DB Jordan Fulford DB Charles James DB Kenny Johnson DB Chris Kuzdale DB Austin Wald DB Matt Hardy

Lettermen Lost (23)

Offense (10) OL Jordan Lancaster TE Josh Atkinson QB A.J. Toscano QB Andrew Trudnowski WR Anthony Chalmers WR Kwame Krakue WR Deon Lee WR Gerald Stevenson RB DeMarcus Moon RB Savon Seward Special Teams (2) K John Paglia KR/PR Gerald Stevenson

Defense (11) DL Antonio Brown DL Wes Brown DL Joel Walton DL Damon Middleton LB L.B. Cravey LB Fred Godfrey LB Mareece Harris LB David Jackson LB Chris Patrick DB Jacques Bazile DB Jaurvontae Phipps

Other States: Arizona - 1 California - 4 Minnesota - 1 Pennsylvania - 1 Texas - 1 Virginia - 1

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Starters Returning (12)

Offense (4) OL B.J. Baker OL Levi McFatter OL Kayson Wharton OL James Nicholson Special Teams (1) P Andy Brown

Defense (7) DL Cornelius Sterling DL Jacque Carter DL Will Hunt LB Brad Sweatt BNDT Chris Kuzdale DB Charles James DB Daniel Dieudonne

Starters Lost (13) Offense (7) QB A.J. Toscano RB DeMarcus Moon WR Deon Lee WR Kwame Krakue WR Gerald Stevenson TE Josh Atkinson OL Jordan Lancaster

Defense (4) DL Joel Walton LB Fred Godfrey LB Chris Patrick DB Jacques Bazile Special Teams (2) K John Paglia KR/PR Gerald Stevenson

Where the Buccaneers are from:

S.C. - 19 Ga. - 12

Fla. - 45

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Returning Player Information

B.J. Baker

6-5 290 Moultrie, Ga. Colquitt County HS

R-Sr.

OL

#78

Career Numbers 34 games played : 29 starts 2010: Started and played in all 11 games at right guard … helped the Bucs rush for more than 1,000 yards on the season … gave the Bucs consistency with all five offensive linemen starting every game over the course of the season. 2009: Started and played in every game at right guard ... helped lead CSU to the secondhighest rushing total in school history … offensive line gave up just nine sacks all year and did not give up a sack to Florida (Sept. 5), South Florida (Sept. 19) or Big South Champions Liberty (Oct. 24) … tied for sixth in the nation for sacks allowed. 2008:  Played in all 12 games on the offensive line with seven starts ... starts came in seven of the final eight games of the year. 2007: Redshirted the season. High School: Started in 33-straight games at Colquitt County HS under Head Coach Tim Cokely … named to the all-region first team two years and was also named the team captain … also a member of the wrestling team for two seasons, and played baseball as a freshman and sophomore … threw the shot put for the track team as a junior and senior. Personal: Born May 10, 1989, to Lisa and Billy Baker … majoring in physical education ... engaged to be married to April Crews.

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Andy Brown

6-1 194 Daytona, Fla. Mainland HS

Sr.

K/P

#18

Career Numbers 156 punts : 5,502 yards : Long-59 yards : 35.2 ypp average 2010: Served as the starting punter and took over the place kicking duties last season … finished the year a perfect 19-19 on PAT attempts, and made his only field goal attempt from 43 yards out … punted 59 times for a total of 2,013 yards (34.1 avg.) … Had a punt of 50 yards or more in four games with a season-long 54-yarder against Gardner-Webb. 2009: Played in 11 games, but was not forced to punt against North Greenville … averaged 35.5 yards per punt with a career- best 59-yard kick against Wofford … punted a season high eight times against Florida … had three kickoffs, averaging 42.7 yards per kick … put 10 of his 42 punts inside the 20 with two kicks of 50 yards or more, and 10 fair catches … only had four touchbacks on the season. 2008: Top punter with an average of 36.3 yards per kick ... had a season-long of 55 yards against Presbyterian ... dropped 19 punts inside the 20, booted four 50-yards or more and had eight fair-catch calls on 55 punts ... also attempted seven PATs and was perfect 7-7, including 4-4 against VMI and 3-3 against PC ... Big South special teams player of the week for his performance against Gardner-Webb (Oct. 4) ... also named the SME Broadcasting Co-National Special Teams Player of the Week. High School: Finished his high school career 38-40 on PAT ... earned allarea honors, and was selected to play in the all- area all-star game ... named to the 2007 football honor roll. Personal: Son of Carey and Janis Brown.

O’Brian Campbell 5-10 205 Sr. Hollywood, Fla. South Howard HS (Ellsworth CC)

DB

#2

Career Numbers 28 tackles : 1.5 TFL 2010: Played in nine games in his first season with the Bucs … recorded 28 total tackles and 1.5 tackles-for-loss … had a TFL for a six-yard loss against North Greenville on Sept. 4 … had a careerbest six tackles (3 solo, 3 asst.) against Liberty on Oct. 9. Previous School: Played two years at Ellsworth Community College for Coach Mike Virden ... twice earned Midwest Conference Player of the Week honors. High School: Played at South Howard HS for Coach Allen Held ... was also a member of the SHHS track and field program. Personal: Son of Fredrico Campbell and Beverly Samuels.

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Jacque Carter

6-3 250 Jacksonville, Fla. Fletcher HS

Sr.

DL

#50

2010: Started and played in all 11 games on the defensive line … had a total of 15 tackles, including 3.5 tackles-for-loss … had three tackles in four different games and at least one tackle in seven games … had a sack against Gardner-Webb on Oct. 16, and a season-high 1.5 tackles-for-loss against Mars Hill on Sept. 18. Previous School: Played two seasons at Holmes Community College for Coach Danny Robertson. High School:Two-time MVP at Fletcher HS ... named a Top-150 player according to Sunshine Preps and earned preseason All-American honors ... also a state qualifier in the shot put and MVP for the track program. Personal: Son of Gaill Carter ... majoring in criminal justice with a minor in communication.

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Daniel Dieudonne

6-3 212 Sr. North Miami, Fla. North Miami HS (Mendocino Coll.)

DB

#39

Career Numbers 45 tackles : 2 INT : 1 FF 2010: Played in 10 games and started in eight in his first season with CSU … finished the year with 45 total tackles, the sixth most on CSU last season and the third-highest total returning for 2011 … had a season-best 11 tackles against Gardner-Webb, also forcing a fumble in that game on Oct. 16 … had two interceptions, one against North Greenville (Sept. 4) and one against Mars Hill (Sept. 18) and broke up two additional passes. Previous School: Named to the first-team all-state, all-conference and all-combine in 2008 ... was an all-conference selection again in 2009 for Coach Tom Gang at Mendocino College. High School: Tallied a total of 20 tackles in just five games at North Miami Senior HS, where he played for Coach Leonard Graham. Personal: Son of Elvita Jean Johnson Dieudonne.

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B.J. Hackworth

6-0 240 Jacksonville, Fla. Fletcher HS

R-Sr.

RB

#23

Career Numbers 94 carries : 442 yards : 3 TD 2010: Played in 10 games and carried the ball 39 times for 182 yards (4.7 avg), tying for the team lead in average per carry with Gerald Stevenson … had three receptions on the season including a season-long 22-yard touchdown catch against Liberty … had a season-high seven carries for 50 yards against Wofford on Sept. 11. 2009: Played in eight games … carried the ball 31 times for 156 yards and a pair of touchdowns on the season … had a season-high seven carries and a touchdown against Presbyterian College (Nov. 7) … carried the ball six times against North Greenville (Sept. 26) and VMI (Oct. 31), including a season-high 50 yards and a touchdown against the Keydets.2008: Saw action in five of the final six games of the season ... had 24 carries for 104 yards and one touchdown ... best performance came against Presbyterian when he had nine carries for 55 yards ... also caught his only pass of the season for eight yards in the same game ... named the most-improved running back after spring drills. 2007: Redshirted the season. High School: Played three years for Coach Joe Reynolds at Fletcher High School … also a member of the basketball team. Personal: Son of Bill and Pearl Hackworth.

Delvon King

5-11 240 Sr. Oakland, Calif. James Logan HS (Chabot Coll.)

DL

#58

Career Numbers 7 tackles : 2.5 TFL : 1 QBH 2010: Saw action in 10 games and made a total of seven tackles … had 2.5 tackles-for-loss including 1.5 against Liberty on Oct. 9 … also had a season-high three tackles in that game … had a quarterback hurry against Kentucky on Nov. 6 ... Named the 2010 Most Improved Defensive Lineman after 2010 Spring Practice. Previous School: Played one season at Chabot College for Coach Danny Calcagno ... earned first-team all-combine honors. High School: Finished his senior season with 16.5 sacks and 48 tackles, earning All-Eastbay and All-MVAL first team honors ... also a member of the wrestling and track and field programs at James Logan HS. Personal: The son of Mary Horne, he is majoring in business administration with hopes of becoming the CEO of a clothing brand.

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Chris Kuzdale

5-11 200 Sr. Tampa Fla. H.B. Plant HS (Milford Acad.)

DB

#24

Career Numbers 162 total tackles : 13 pass breakups : 4 INT Earned the Michael Frost Christian Leadership Award for the department during the 2010-11 school year. 2010: Played and started in nine games and recorded 56 total tackles, the fourth-highest on the team and highest returning total … had a season-high 12 tackles against Presbyterian College on Nov. 13 … had one tackle-for-loss against Liberty on Oct. 9 … had a fumble recovery and an interception against Kentucky on Nov. 6 and broke up passes against Wofford (Sept. 11) and Hawaii (Sept. 25). 2009: Played in 10 games, starting all of them … earned Big South Defensive Player of the Week honors against Stony Brook with two interceptions and three pass breakups ... also named first-team all-conference on the season … finished the year third on the team with 64 tackles, including a season-high 13 stops against Liberty (Oct. 24) … also had 11 tackles the week before against Gardner-Webb (Oct. 17) … intercepted a pass against Savannah State (Oct. 3) and two more against Stony Brook (Nov. 14) … had 1.5 tackles-for-loss, including one against Gardner-Webb (Oct. 17) and an assist against Presbyterian (Nov. 7). 2008: Played in all 12 games as a true freshman, earning the start against Miami (Ohio) in the third game of the year ... third among CSU defensive backs with 42 total tackles ... forced two fumbles, one against Miami (Ohio) and another versus Liberty ... had five pass breakups ... best game was a season-high six tackles against Liberty and duplicated the feat against Coastal Carolina in the final game of the season. High School: Had 264 career tackles with 24 tackles-for-loss and 12 interceptions ... returned three interceptions for touchdowns, two of which came in the playoffs, tying the school record ... helped lead his team to the 2006 AAAA State Championship ... earned all-county, All-Western Conference, and all-state honors ... named the Hillsborough County Defensive Player of the Year ... also played on the baseball team ... two-year member of the honor roll. Personal: Son of Joanne and Robert Kuzdale.

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Carson Leshin

6-4 255 Sr. Littlerock, Calif Desert Christian HS (Antelope Valley)

TE

#99

2010: Saw action in five games for CSU but did not record any statistics. Previous School: Played two years for Coach Perry Jehlicka at Antelope Valley Community College. High School: In addition to playing football, was a member of the DCHS basketball, volleyball and track programs. Personal: Son of Robert and Vienna Leshin.

Levi McFatter

6-4 287 Lake City, Fla. Columbia HS

R-Sr.

OL

#73

Career Numbers 31 games played : 25 starts 2010: Started and played all 11 games at left tackle for CSU … gave the Bucs consistency with all five offensive linemen starting every game over the course of the season … helped CSU rush for more than 1,000 yards as a team. 2009: Started 10 games and played in all 11 at left tackle … helped lead CSU to the secondhighest rushing total in school history … offensive line gave up just nine sacks all year and did not give up a sack to Florida (Sept. 5), South Florida (Sept. 19) or Big South Champions Liberty (Oct. 24) … tied for sixth in the nation for sacks allowed. 2008: Started four games and played in a total of nine ... saw action in seven of the final eight games of the year with all four starts coming during that time ... first CSU start was against Gardner-Webb on Oct. 4. 2007: Redshirted the season. High School: three-year starting right tackle at Columbia HS under Coach Danny Green … named a second-team All-American as a senior … completed 13 years of school with perfect attendance. Personal: Son of Roy and Wendy McFatter … majoring in communication.

Kayson Wharton

6-1 303 Fountain Inn, S.C. Hillcrest HS

R-Sr.

OL

#75

Career Numbers 16 games played : 11 starts 2010: Started and played all 11 games at left tackle for CSU … gave the Bucs consistency with all five offensive linemen starting every game over the course of the season … helped CSU rush for more than 1,000 yards as a team. 2009: Played in five games, including the season-opener against the Florida Gators (Sept. 5) … lone tackle of the year came against Presbyterian College (Nov. 7). 2008: Redshirted the season. Previous School: Played one season at Tennessee Tech. High School: An all-region selection under Coach Dwayne Garrick ... selected to play in the North-South All-Star game. Personal: Son of Lois Wharton and the late Glenn Wharton ... majoring in business administration at CSU.

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Matt Woods

6-3 260 Niceville, Fla. Niceville HS

R-Sr.

DL

#48

Career Numbers 47 total tackles : 7.0 tackles-for-loss : 4.5 Sacks 2010: Saw action in nine games, recording a total of 14 tackles, one sack and 1.5 tackles-for-loss … had a sack against Wofford on Sept. 11 and a season-high four tackles against North Greenville in the season-opener against North Greenville on Sept. 4 … also had two quarterback hurries against the Crusaders … had a fumble recovery against Gardner-Webb on Oct. 16. 2009: Played in 10 games, with six starts, including five of the first six games of the season … finished with 27 tackles, including a season-high seven tackles against Presbyterian College (Nov. 7) … also had a season-high 2.5 tackles-for-loss in that game, with both coming in the form of sacks … added a tackle-forloss against Stony Brook (Nov. 14). 2008: Saw action in two games, but made the most of those opportunities ... finished with six tackles and one sack ... also had a tackle-for-loss assist ... best game was against Edward Waters on Nov. 15 when he had four tackles, 1.5 TFL and one sack. 2007: Redshirted the season. High School: Helped lead his Niceville HS team to a Region 4 championship in 2005, under Head Coach John Hicks … recorded 76 tackles and four sacks as a junior with 80 tackles and eight sacks as a senior … named second-team all-state and first-team all-county his senior year … was the defensive player of the year as a senior … held a 26-7 record over three seasons. Personal: Born June 3, 1989, in Great Falls, Mont. … son of Barry and Beth Anne Woods … majoring in athletic training.

Jason Edmonds

6-4 275 Hopkins, S.C. Lower Richland HS

Jr.

DL

#61

2010: Did not record any statistics but showed excellent improvement throughout the offseason programs and spring drills. High School: Played three years of football at Lower Richland High School ... also a member of the track and field program for two seasons. Personal: Son of Melvin and Lillie Edmonds.

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Charles James

5-10 175 Jacksonville, Fla. Mandarin HS

R-Jr.

DB

#1

Career Numbers 53 tackles : 8 INT : 12 PBU Named a preseason All-American by Sporting News and Consensus Draft Services. 2010: Earned first-team All-Big South honors ... played in nine games, starting eight of them ... set a new CSU record with three interceptions in a game against Liberty on October 9 ... also had a pair of interceptions against Hawaii. ... finished the year with 40 tackles and one tackle-for-loss ... had 11 pass breakups on the season, including a career-high four in addition to his three interceptions against Liberty ... had a career-high 10 tackles in the same contest ... named the 2010 Most Improved Defensive Back after spring drills. 2009: Played in nine games with three starts, including the season-opener against the Florida Gators (Sept. 5) … finished with 13 tackles and was tied for second on the team with two interceptions … recorded 79 yards on interception returns, bringing the ball back 28 yards against Presbyterian College (Nov. 7) and 51 yards for a touchdown against Stony Brook (Nov. 14) … had a seasonhigh four tackles against South Florida (Sept. 19). High School: Two-year starter at Mandarin High School ... had 112 tackles and eight interceptions in his junior and senior seasons including six interceptions as a senior ... ranked a two-star prospect by Scout.com and Rivals.com ... earned second-team all-state and first-team All-First Coast honors ... also ran the 100m, 200m and 4x100m events for the track team. Personal: Son of Rickey and Tanya Conner, majoring in communication.


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Kenny Johnson

5-6 163 Palm Bay, Fla. Bayside HS

Jr.

DB

#20

Career Numbers 22 tackles : 3 blocked kicks 2010: Saw action in all 11 games and earned one start … finished the season with 13 tackles, including a season-high five stops against Presbyterian on November 13 … had two blocked kicks, one against the Blue Hose and one against Mars Hill on September 18. 2009: Played in nine games but did not record a start … had nine total tackles on the season with eight being solo stops … had a season-high three tackles against Florida (Sept. 5) and again versus Presbyterian College (Nov. 7) … blocked a kick against VMI (Oct. 31) and also had a punt return for 13 yards in that game. High School: Played three seasons for Coach Mike Davis … named first-team all-county and to the All-Central Florida second team … considered the top defensive back in the county and was ranked in ESPN’s Top-100. Personal: Son of Cheryl and Ken Johnson.

Nick Kemper

6-2 280 Winter Springs, Fla. Lake Howell HS

R-Jr.

OL

#60

Career Numbers 7 games played 2010: Played in five games on the offensive line but did not record a start ... named the Most Improved Offensive Lineman after 2010 spring practice. 2009: Played in a pair of games, taking over as the center against Savannah State (Oct. 3) and also seeing time on the offensive line against Presbyterian College (Nov. 7). Previous School: Redshirted the 2008 season at Miami (Ohio) before transferring to CSU. High School: Four year letter winner at Lake Howell HS for his father Matt Kemper ... earned first-team 5A honors as a senior and was selected to play in the Florida North-South All-Star Game ... unanimous firstteam all-district selection ... also a member of the wrestling and weightlifting teams. Personal: Son of Vicki and Matt Kemper, father was an offensive tackle at Miami (Ohio).

Richard Mounce

6-1 210 Columbia, S.C. Blythewood HS

Jr.

QB

#12

Career Numbers 8 rush : 3-7 passing : 20 passing yards Named the most-improved quarterback during 2011 spring practice. 2010: Saw action in a backup role in five contests … completed 3-of-7 pass attempts on the season for a total of 15 yards … played in each of the first four games and also saw time against Kentucky on November 6 ... transferred from Clemson, playing baseball for the Tigers. High School: Led his Blythewood HS team to a 33-1 record under Coach Jeff Scott ... earned 2007 Mr. Football accolades for the state of South Carolina ... selected to play in the Shrine Bowl and earned MVP honors for the game ... threw for 6,100 yards and rushed for almost 2,000 more in his final two seasons, throwing 73 touchdowns and just 10 interceptions. Personal: Son of Steve and Elizabeth Mounce.

James Nicholson

6-4 295 Ponte Verde, Fla. Nease HS

R-Jr.

OL

#70

Career Numbers 17 games played : 11 starts 2010: Started and played all 11 games at right tackle for CSU … gave the Bucs consistency with all five offensive linemen starting every game over the course of the season … helped CSU rush for more than 1,000 yards as a team ... serves as one of the team’s SAAC representatives and was named the SAAC representative of the year. 2009: Saw action in six games throughout the season, including the season opener against Florida (Sept. 5). 2008: Redshirted the season. High School: played two seasons at Allen D. Nease High School for Head Coach Craig Howard … earned the Taco Bell Player of the Game Award ... part of the offensive line that protected Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow. Personal: Majoring in economics … son of Julie and Stephen Nicholson.

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Cornelius Sterling

6-0 240 Orlando, Fla. Olympia HS

R-Jr.

LB

#11

Career Numbers 84 tackles : 3.5 TFL 2010: Played in all 11 games, starting the final seven contests … finished third on the team in total tackles with 57 … also had 3.5 tackles-for-loss and tied for a team-high five quarterback hurries … had a season-high 10 tackles against Gardner-Webb on October 16 and had nine against Presbyterian College on November 13. 2009: Played in 10 games at linebacker but did not record a start … finished the season with 27 tackles … had a season-high six tackles against South Florida (Sept. 19) … recorded at least one tackle in all but one game ... named the most improved linebacker during spring practice. 2008: Redshirted the season. High School: Three-year letter winner under former CSU assistant Bob Head ... selected as the team captain after recording 108 tackles, three sacks and four tackles-for-loss ... also named team MVP. Personal: Son of Dana Pace.

Austin Wald

6-0 180 Seneca, S.C. Seneca HS

R-Jr.

DB

#27

Career Numbers 16 tackles 2010: Saw action in nine games … finished the year with 16 total tackles, with a season-high three stops in four different games … had a great spring game, including a 37-yard interception return for a touchdown. 2009: Did not record any statistics. 2008: Redshirted the season ... named to the Big South’s 200809 Football Presidential Honor Roll. High School: Three-year member of the football team at SHS … also involved in student government, serving as the treasurer. Personal: Son of Ronnie and Sheila Wald … double majoring in biology and religion.

Brad Sweatt

6-1 207 Orlando, Fla. Edgewater HS

Jr.

LB

#36

Career Numbers 51 tackles : 1.0 TFL 2010: Earned All-Academic honors and was named to the ESPN the Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District team … played in all 11 games, earning 10 starts, giving up his other start for a special situation for one of the seniors … finished the season with 47 total tackles, including 22 solo stops … had 1.0 TFL, 1 quarterback hurry and 1 pass breakup … had a season-high seven tackles on three occasions (vs. GardnerWebb, vs. Stony Brook and vs. Presbyterian). 2009: Played in nine games as a true freshman … had four total tackles, with his first collegiate tackle coming against South Florida (Sept. 19) … also had stops against North Greenville (Sept. 26), Savannah State (Oct. 3) and Liberty (Oct. 24). High School: Earned defensive player of the week honors as a senior, finishing his season with 110 tackles … named a Central Florida All-Star and was all-metro second team … also a starter on the basketball team. Personal: Son of Mike Sweatt … majoring in business.

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Teddy Allen

5-11 223 Avon Park, Fla. Avon Park HS

So.

RB

#4

Named the most improved running back during spring practice. 2010: Played in six games in his freshman campaign … carried the ball 24 times for a total of 79 yards … had a season-long 20-yard carry in the season-opener against North Greenville … also had his long reception of the year in that game … had a season-high 12 carries against Hawaii on September 25. High School: Played all over the field for Avon Park, rushing for 1,183 yards and 12 touchdowns as a running back, 278 yards and two touchdowns as a wide receiver, and threw for 361 yards and four touchdowns ... named the 2007 Special Teams Player of the Year, and the Offensive Player of the Year in 2007, 2008 and 2009 ... also a member of the basketball team, a state qualifier in the discus and finished seventh in the weightlifting state championships. Personal: Son of Pam Allen.

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Kirby Broome

6-2 200 Mauldin, S.C. Mauldin HS

So.

WR

#88

2010: Arrived at CSU as a walkon and earned a full scholarship during his first year ... Played in 10 games, but got involved in the offense late in the season and finished the year with nine catches for 92 yards and a touchdown … had a season-long 37 yard reception on his first-career touchdown reception against Presbyterian on November 13 … had at least one catch in three of the last four games … had a season-high two catches in each of the last two games, including a season-high 46 yards against PC. High School: Earned the Ironman Award and was named the defensive player of the year at Mauldin HS for Coach Doug Shaw ... had 23 receptions and five touchdowns on the football field, also playing basketball and running track. Personal: Son of Jerry and Gail Broome ... majoring in biochemistry and spanish

Calvin Bryant

5-11 220 Tifton, Ga. Sandalwood HS

So.

LB

#6

2010: Saw action in 10 games making a total of 13 tackles … also had 1.5 tackles-for-loss and forced a fumble … season-high four tackles against North Greenville in the season-opener … had 1.0 tackle-for-loss against Coastal Carolina on November 20 and forced a fumble against Kentucky on November 6 … also had a couple of kick returns, bringing it back five yards against Liberty and 10 yards against Gardner-Webb. High School: Played three years for Coach Adam Geis, posting his best numbers as a senior ... made 120 tackles, 13 sacks and forced three fumbles in his senior season ... finished his high school career with 190 tackles, 23 sacks and six forced fumbles ... earned Co-MVP honors and was the school’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2008 and 2009 ... earned first team all-conference and second team All-First Coast honors ... also a member of the track team where he ran the 400 meter and 800 meter events. Personal: Son of Sonya Clark.

QB - Malcolm Dixon

Keelyan Bryant 5-9 180 So. St. Petersburg, Fla. St. Petersburg Catholic HS

RB

#44

2010: Saw action in nine games … carried the ball 12 times for 23 yards and also had a pair of catches totaling 14 yards … returned a kick for 13 yards against Liberty, and another for 19 yards against Gardner-Webb … had a season-high five carries for 15 yards in the season-finale against Coastal Carolina. High School: Named the Rotary Club’s Academic Player of the Year ... as a junior, rushed for more than 1,000 yards going for 860 yards as a senior ... Pinellas County Player of the Week after rushing for a career-high 249 yards in a game ... earned second team all-county honors as a junior and was honorable mention as a senior ... also a member of the 4x100 meter relay team that qualified for the district meet. Personal: Son of Yvette Corbin and Craig Bryant.

Mike DeTerlizzi

6-2 237 Tampa, Fla. Freedom HS

R-So.

TE

#10

2010: Played in 10 games … had just one catch for a yard on the season, with that coming against Wofford on September 11. 2009:Redshirted the season. High School: Named a team captain as a senior but did not play because of a knee injury ... started all 10 games as a junior defensive end. Personal: Son of John and Linda DeTerlizzi ... majoring in business marketing at CSU.

Malcolm Dixon

6-1 200 Tifton, Ga. Tifton County HS

So.

QB

#15

2010: Bounced around between wide receiver and quarterback before settling under center for the final three games of the year … played in six games with one start … earned Big South Freshman of the Week honors after bursting onto the scene at quarterback against Kentucky … finished the year with 48 carries for 182 yards, including a season-long 30-yard run against the Wildcats … completed 21-27 passes (78 percent) for 236 yards and four touchdowns … best game was against Presbyterian, completing 8-11 passes for a season-high 130 yards and all four touchdowns. High School: Earned the Iron Devil Award from Coach Jay Walls as a sophomore, junior and senior ... named the Offensive Player of the Year as a senior and earned second team all-region honors ... first team all-region selection as a junior and was a four-time member of the honor roll ... also a member of the basketball and track programs, helping lead his basketball team to the sweet sixteen as a junior and finishing second in the state in the long jump.Personal: Son of Horace Dixon, Jr., and Jean Toomer.

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Demaris Freeman

6-1 178 So. West Palm Beach, Fla. Park Vista HS

DB

#5

2010: Played in eight games and made one start, coming against VMI on October 23 … finished with 23 total tackles … best game was a seven-tackle performance against VMI that included four solo stops. High School: Two-time all-district and all-conference selection after helping take his team to the district championship ... also a member of the basketball and track programs, averaging 20 points per game on the court and earning all-county laurels as a track athlete. Personal: Son of Carolyn and David Freeman.

Jordan Fulford

5-9 185 Ocala, Fla. North Marion HS

R-So.

DB

#9

Named the most improved defensive back after spring practice. 2010: Played in nine games and made three starts, including three of the final four games of the year … had 21 total tackles, including a season-high seven stops against Gardner-Webb on October 16 … had three pass breakups on the season, two against Kentucky and one against Presbyterian. 2009:Redshirted the season. High School: Tallied 13 interceptions under Coach Craig Damon at North Marion HS … earned third-team all-state honors in 2007, earning first-team honors as a senior … also a member of the track & field, weightlifting and soccer programs. Personal: Son of Linda and Talmadge Fulford … entering the premed program at CSU.

Matt Hardy

5-11 175 So. Jacksonville, Fla. Trinity Christian Academy

DB

#17

2010: Played in all 11 games as a true freshman, starting twice in the first three games of the season (Wofford, Mars Hill) … finished the year with 20 tackles and 0.5 tackles-for-loss … had one fumble recovery, coming against Coastal Carolina and a pass breakup against Mars Hill and Liberty … tackle-for-loss also came against Mars Hill … had a season-high nine tackles in the season-opener against North Greenville, including five solo stops. High School: Played three years for Coach Verlon Dorminey at Trinity Christian ... had four interceptions and 80 tackles, returning three of his interceptions back touchdowns ... also had a rushing and receiving touchdown ... named to the third team All-First Coast squad and was a member of the basketball and track programs. Personal: Son of Mac and Gayle Hardy.

Jeff Hartung

6-3 280 Orange Park, Fla. Ridgeview HS

So.

OL

#56

Named the most improved offensive lineman after spring practice. 2010: Saw action in eight games including time as an offensive lineman and a blocking tight end. High School: Helped lead his Ridgeview team to the third round of the state playoffs and a district championship ... twice named all-county and All-Northeast Florida and was voted to play in the Shrine Bowl ... a member of the track and field program as well, he holds the school’s discus record. Personal: Son of Dawn Glasty.

Derek Hatcher

6-1 180 Orange Park, Fla. Ridgeview HS

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R-So.

QB

#19

2010: Saw action in three games … completed his only pass of the year against Hawaii and ended the season with three carries, also coming against the Warriors. High School: Led his team to the district championship ... threw for more than 2,400 yards and 18th touchdowns, carrying the ball for an additional 500 yards with six rushing TDs ... named the Clay County Player of the Year and the North East Florida MVP ... set the county record for career passing yards with 5,400 and was honorable mention all-state as a punter with a 40.3 ypp average ... named to the Elite 11 QB Watch List and was also a member of the basketball team at Ridgeview HS. Personal: Son of Debbie Kelly and David Hatcher ... majoring in communication at CSU with hopes of becoming a college coach.


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Will Hunt

6-4 240 Greenville, S.C. Southside HS

R-So.

DL

#96

2010: Played in all 11 games and started the first seven contests … finished with 23 total tackles with a season-high five tackles against Wofford on September 11 … had a sack and 1.5 tackles-for-loss against North Greenville in the season-opener … forced a fumble against Wofford and had a season-high three quarterback hurries against Mars Hill. 2009:Redshirted the season. High School: Twotime all-region selection at SHS … also earned all-county honors … had one touchdown in his career and tallied seven sacks … also a starter on the basketball team. Personal: Son of Barnard and Belinda Hunt Mayes.

Coril Joseph

6-1 300 Tampa, Fla. Freedom HS

R-So.

DL

#72

Named the most improved defensive lineman after spring practice. 2010: Saw action in 10 games … had nine total tackles, including at least one tackle in seven games … had a season-high three tackles against Stony Brook on October 30 … had 1.0 tackle-forloss in that game and was in on another against Presbyterian College … had a quarterback hurry against Kentucky on November 6. 2009:Redshirted the season. High School: Two-year starter for Coach Marquell Blackwell … had 16 sacks in three seasons and 10 forced fumbles … posted 30 tackles as a senior earning All-Hillsborough County and first-team all-conference honors … named to the St. Pete Times and Tampa Tribune second-teams … selected as a captain of the East in the all-star game … member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Son of Geneva Innocent and Rico Joseph.

Gabe Middlebrook

6-1 220 West Ashley, S.C. West Ashley HS

So.

LB

#52

2010: Competed in 10 games and had nine total tackles … had an interception and 11-yard return against Hawaii on September 25 … had one pass breakup against Coastal Carolina and a blocked kick against Stony Brook … season-high two tackles on three occasions (Mars Hill, Kentucky, Coastal Carolina). High School: Multisport star at West Ashley, where he earned all-region honors in football and tennis ... had 14 sacks, 143 tackles and eight pass breakups during his career, earning AAAA Region 8 Defensive Player of the Year honors ... also had 17 tackles-for-loss and returned a fumble 58 yards, earning WAHS MVP honors for the linebackers. Personal: Son of Don and Melicent Middlebrook.

Nathan Perera

6-3 200 Orlando, Fla. Bishop Moor HS

So.

WR

#3

2010: Played in six games including the final five games of the year … had one reception against Hawaii and also made a special teams tackle against the Warriors. High School: Had more than 900 yards and 10 touchdowns in his senior season for Coach Matt Hedrick ... named the most valuable wide receiver in 2008 and 2009 and was the Orlando Touchdown Club’s Offensive Player of the Week ... selected to play in the Central Florida All-Star Game and was ranked the 60th-best prospect in the central Florida top-100 ... also a four-year varsity letterman on the baseball and basketball teams. Personal: Son of Karen and Juan Perera.

Tyson Pryor

6-1 230 Windermere, Fla. Olympia HS

R-So.

TE

#34

2010: Did not play. 2009:Redshirted the season. High School: Played four years at Olympia HS, learning from former CSU assistant Bob Head … earned all-state and all-conference honors and was named the team MVP … also selected to play in the East-West AllStar Game … two-time all-state and three-time all-conference selection on the soccer field. Personal: Son of Michele and Darrell Pryor … majoring in business at CSU.

Austin Spears

6-5 285 Lake Mary, Fla. Lake Mary HS

R-So.

OL

#64

2010: Played in eight games and made one start as a tight end against Kentucky on November 6 … split time on the offensive line and as a blocking tight end in certain formations. 2009:Redshirted the season. High School: Played three seasons for Coach Scott Perry … named first-team All-Seminole Conference and was a central Florida all-star … earned the team leadership award … posted a 20-5 record on the mat as a heavyweight wrestler. Personal: Son of Mark Spears.

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Returning Player Information

Jean Bazile

6-4 280 Orlando, Fla. Edgewater HS

R-Fr.

OL

#59

Chadwick Coleman

6-0 307 R-Fr. Harker Heights, Texas Harker Heights HS

DT

#92

2010: Redshirted the season. High School: Earned three letters at 2010: Redshirted the season. High School: Played one season at Edgewater HS ... also a member of the EHS basketball program. Harker Heights HS … did not see much playing time but says he Personal: Son of Monique Bazile and Jean-guy Bazile ... majoring is at CSU to exceed the expectations of those coaches. Personal: Son of Stephanie and Chadwick Coleman, Sr. … majoring in apin history at CSU. plied mathematics with hopes of becoming a mechanical engineer for the army.

Zac Johnston

6-1 195 Covington, Ga. East Side HS

R-Fr.

DB

#25

2011 Edward A. Gadson Memorial Scholarship recipient. 2010: Redshirted the season. High School: Had 11 career interceptions at Eastside High School for Coach Rick Hurst ... as a senior, made more than 100 tackles and was the Gwinnette TD Club Player of the Month ... also earned All-Newton County Honors. Personal: Son of Ronnie and Kelley Johnston.

Isaac Lowrance

5-11 260 Inman, S.C. Boiling Springs HS

DB - Zac Johnston

Estevan Cintron

5-9 160 Orange Park, Fla. Orange Park HS

R-Fr.

WR

#7

2010: Redshirted the season. High School: Helped lead his team to the state quarterfinals as a senior and was selected to the Florida Shrine Bowl ... had 320 punt return yards as well as 340 receiving yards on 11 receptions ... carried the ball 28 times for 460 yards and threw one touchdown pass ... also played on defense, recording 40 tackles and five interceptions ... as a member of the track program, ran the 200 and 400 meter dashes. Personal: Son of Clarence and Francis Cintron.

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Fr.

DL

#93

2010: Redshirted the season. High School: Played three seasons for Coach Bruce Clark at Boiling Springs HS ... had 106 tackles as a senior, bettering his mark of 104 tackles as a junior ... had 18 sacks, 25 tackles for loss and five fumble recoveries over the course of his career ... named the 2008 Best Defensive Lineman and was named to the all-area and all-academic teams as a senior ... also earned Region Player of the Week honors. Personal: Son of Katilia Brannon.

A.J. Matthews

5-10 170 Wintersprings, Fla. Wintersprings HS

R-Fr.

DB

#28

2010: Redshirted the season. High School: Three-year member at Winter Spring HS … earned first team all-conference honors and was the senior class president … also a member of the track program, competing in the long jump, triple jump and 4x400m relay. Personal: Son of Leon Lawery … part of the Prelaw program at CSU.


Returning Player Information

Newcomer Information

Wes Murray

Brandan Davis

6-1 200 R-Fr. Orlando, Fla. Foundation Academy

WR

#80

Earned Most-Improved Wide Receiver honors after spring practice. 2010: Redshirted the season. High School: Earned all-conference honors and was a National Honor Society member … also a member of Foundation Academy’s SGA and played basketball and baseball. Personal: Son of David and Mary Ellen Murray … majoring in kinesiology and biology with hopes of becoming a physical therapist.

Billy Ryan

6-2 208 Greenville, S.C. Riverside HS

R-Fr.

5-11 174 Sr. Columbia, S.C. Dutch Fork HS (South Carolina)

DB

#47

Transferred to CSU for his final season after playing at South Carolina. Previous School: Worked primarily on special teams and as a defensive back... also spent time as a wide receiver … earned a spot on the 2009 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll … earned the Harold White GPA Award for the defense in the spring. High School: Graduated from Dutch Fork High School in 2007... played for head coach Bill Kimrey. Personal: Graduated from South Carolina with a degree in religion … currently pursuing a master’s degree in business administration at CSU … brother, Bryant, is the director of athletic marketing at CSU.

OLB

#49

2010: Redshirted the season but was a CSU scholar-athlete. High School: Played defensive end at Riverside HS … knocked the ball loose and recovered it against Greer HS. Personal: Majoring in psychology with a minor kinesiology … son of Amy and Billy Ryan.

Anthony Simmons 5-5 152 R-Fr. Moncks Corner, S.C. Berkeley HS

RB

#33

2010: Redshirted the season. High School: Helped lead his Berkeley team to the 2009 and 2010 State Championship ... also a member of the track and wrestling programs at BHS. Personal: Son of Anthony and Christine Simmons ... majoring in computer science.

Chris Theodore

6-2 185 Daytona Beach, Fla. Atlantic HS

R-Fr.

WR

#84

2010: Redshirted the season. High School: Played three years, tallying the most receptions in a season with 43 and the most yards in a season with 910 … earned second team all-state and all-county honors … also a member of the track and field program competing in the long jump, high jump and 100m dash. Personal: Son of Michael and Trina Theodore … majoring in criminal justice at CSU.

Michael Parker

6-1 216 Oviedo, Fla. Oviedo HS (Richmond)

Sr.

DB

#26

Transferred to CSU to finish his career after playing three seasons for the Richmond Spiders.Previous school: Played in a total of 29 games over his three year career with the Spiders … was part of the 2008 NCAA National Championship team … can bench 385, clean 345 and squat 525 … had a career-high four tackles against Georgetown his redshirt-freshman season … also a member of the track program, running 7.2 seconds in the indoor 60m dash.High School: Played his final season of prep football at Oviedo High School, where he was a team captain and earned All-Seminole Athletic Conference honors... Was the starting safety for East on the Central Florida All-Star Team... Was Oviedo’s defensive back MVP... His first three years of high school were at Lake Highland Preparatory School in Orlando where he lettered two years in basketball and track & field and one year in football... Was LHPS’s Most Outstanding Sprinter as a sophomore... Played for head coach Tim Borcky at Lake Highland Prep. Personal: Son of Michael and Yvonne Parker... graduated from Richmond and is currently pursuing his master’s degree in business administration from CSU.

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Newcomer Information

Dylan Black

6-3 206 Lynn Haven, Fla. Lake Mary HS

Fr.

TE

#82

High School: Played for Coach Scott Perry at Lake Mary High School ... earned first team all-county and all-district honors as a junior and all-conference and second team all-district as a senior ... also played two years of basketball and ran track during his sophomore year. Personal: Son of Mary King and Joe King.

Mose Countryman

6-4 240 Jacksonville, Fla. Mandarin HS

Fr.

DL

#98

Trey Dorsey

5-8 187 Homeville, Ga. Clinch County HS

Fr.

RB

#40

High School: Started at wide receiver, quarterback, defensive back and running back at Clinch County HS ... threw for 1,455 yards and carried the ball for 1,484 more as a senior, scoring 40 offensive touchdowns ... helped lead his team to a state championship, earning MVP and first team all-state honors as a junior and senior ... earned the team’s Hustle Award and was second team all-region as a sophomore making 60 tackles as a defensive back that year.Personal: Son of Chad and Denise Brown.

Kareem Givens

5-10 Lakeland, Fla. Lakeland HS

180

Fr.

DB

#30

High School: played both tight end and defensive end at Mandarin HS ... had three receptions for 45 yards in the final game of his career and only allowed one sack while playing on the offensive line ... High School: Amassed 245 career tackles for Coach Bill Castle played four years for Coach Jason Robinson and was captain of the ... had three interceptions and scored three touchdowns ... earned offensive line as a senior ... also threw the shot put for the MHS track All-Polk County honors as a junior and senior ... helped lead and field program. Personal: Son of Mose and Zelbra Countryman. his team to a 50-5 career record and a state runner-up finish as a sophomore ... also a member of the 4x100m relay team. Personal: Son of Tammy Givens.

Mark Deboy

5-8 Fort Myers, Fla. Riverdale HS

195

Fr.

K/P

#97

High School: Finished 5-of-7 on field goals, making a careerlong 52-yarder ... put 65 percent of his kickoffs in the endzone ... earned a spot in the All-Lee County All-Star game and graduated in the top-10 percent of his senior class ... earned all-county honors as a junior goalie on the soccer team. Personal: Son of Brian and Kathy Deboy.

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Kevin Glears, Jr.

6-0 180 Charleston, S.C. Goose Creek HS

Fr.

WR

#85

High School: Played for Coach Chuck Reedy at nearby Goose Creek HS ... had 50 receptions for 746 yards and three receiving touchdowns, rushing for four more and returning one kickoff for a touchdown ... named the student of the month with a 3.4 GPA and earned all-region and all-county honors ... also a member of the GCHS track program, ran for the all-state 4x100m relay team and the all-region 4x400m relay team. Personal: Son of Kevin and LaWanda Glears.


Newcomer Information

Marquiz Hodo

6-0 170 Stockbridge, Ga. Stockbridge HS

Fr.

Marcellas Pope

DB

#29

High School: Had 12 tackles, four pass breakups, a blocked kick and a recovered fumble ... also saw time on the offensive side of the ball, carrying the ball eight times for 78 yards and catching two passes for 87 yards, accounting for three touchdowns ... also a two-year member of the basketball team. Personal: Son of Carey and Shandreka Hodo.

Rodney Mills

5-11 Tampa, Fla. Jefferson HS

185

Fr.

#13

High School: Helped lead his JHS team to a 2010 AAA State Championship ... had 155 career tackles and five career interceptions ... earned All-Hillsborough County second team honors and was an honorable mention selection in 2009.

6-5 290 Winter Park, Fla. Edgewater HS

Fr.

OL

#76

High School: Three year starter at Edgewater HS, where he played for Coach Bill Gierke ... selected to the all-metro team and was also an All-Orange County selection ... has a personal best of 355 pounds on the bench press. Personal: Son of Evanne and John Mines.

Cameron Mitchell

6-5 200 Tarpon Springs, Fla. East Lake HS

Fr.

Fr.

WR

#42

High School: Played wide receiver, running back and defensive back for Coach Kevin Whitley ... had 726 rushing yards on 56 carries and caught 21 passes for 274 yards ... accounted for 17 total touchdowns ... also a three-year member of the track program. Personal: Son of Yolanda Pope.

Nathan Prater

DB

Logan Mines

5-9 185 Stockbridge, Ga. Stockbridge HS

K/P

#99

High School: Averaged 41 yards per punt for Coach Bob Hudson ... named the special teams MVP in 2009-10 and was selected for the Pinellas County All-Star Game in 2010 ... all-conference selection and also a member of the honor roll. Personal: Son of Rich and Lisa Mitchell.

6-5 240 Greenwood, S.C. Ninety Six HS

Fr.

TE

#81

Named the most improved tight end after spring practice. High School: Played for Coach Chris Liner at Ninety Six HS ... named to the all-region teams in baseball and basketball as a junior and earned all-region, All-Lakelands and all-state honors on the football field. Personal: Son of Kevin and Andrea Prater.

Brent Riley

6-4 290 Atlanta, Ga. Lakeside-DeKalb HS

Fr.

OL

#65

High School: Earned four letters in football, three in track and two in basketball for the Vikings of Lakeside-DeKalb HS ... played all across the offensive line and did not give up a sack all season ... also served on special teams as the team’s long snapper ... as a junior, also played on the defensive line ... named a team captain as a senior and played in the 2009 DeKalb County All-Star Game ... went to the regional meet as a shot put and discus thrower, and was the center on the basketball team. Personal: Son of Ryan and Janet Riley.

Tanner Rogers

6-2 240 Stockbridge, Ga. Eagles Landing Christian Acad.

Fr.

OLB

#51

High School: Had 71 tackles, nine sacks and 17 tackles-for-loss in his senior season ... named the region’s Defensive Lineman of the Year and earned All-South Metro honors ... named the special teams player of the year and earned the Kingdom Athletic Award at his school ... also a member of the track and field program, placing third in the state in the shot put as a junior. Personal: Son of Ted and Jerri Rogers.

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Newcomer Information

5-11 Orlando, Fla. Edgewater HS

Ray Rowe 155

Fr.

Trini Sutton

DB

#35

High School: Spent time at defensive back and wide receiver ... had 11 touchdowns as a wide out and 13 pass breakups and 25 tackles as a defensive back ... earned a spot in the Central Florida All-Star Game. Personal: Son of Pernell Rowe and Lolita Rowe.

Corey Santiago

6-0 Woodstock, Ga. Woodstock HS

185

Fr.

5-11 Sebring, Fla. Sebring HS

180

Fr.

DB

#45

High School: Selected to play in the South Central All-Star Game and was a first-team all-county selection ... also a member of the basketball team at SHS. Personal: Son of Daniele SuttonBrown and Greg Brown.

Benny Timmons

DB

#43

6-2 Aiken, S.C. Silver Bluff HS

257

Fr.

DL

#95

High School: Played three years for Coach Brent Buddy ... had 82 tackles and two interceptions ... forced five fumbles and blocked three kicks during his career ... earned all-region and Special Teams Player of the Year honors ... named the Gridiron player of the week twice and was the Defensive Back of the Year by the same organization.Personal: Son of Allen and Peggy Santiago.

High School: Played three seasons for Coach Al Lown ... named to the 2010 North/South All-Star Game and was an all-area selection ... named to the Football Friday Night/ESPN Rize AlCSRA team ... also a member of the basketball, track and soccer programs. Personal: Son of Terry and Valerie Richberg.

Zach Sibrava

Clayton Truitt

6-4 265 West Palm Beach, Fla. Park Vista HS

Fr.

OL

#74

High School: Played for Coach Brian Dodds and Park Vista High School ... named an Outback All-Star as a senior ... also earned first team all-conference honors as a senior. Personal: Son of Loni Sibrava and Alan Renzetti

James Smith

6-0 280 Fr. Greenville, S.C. Greenville HS (Hargrave Mil.)

DL

#94

High School: All-region and all-county selection ... earned the Best Lineman Award as well as the Coaches for Character Award ... also a member of the track and field program, earning allcounty, all-region and all-state honors in the discus. Personal: Son of David and Rachel Smith.

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6-3 Atlanta, Ga. Parkview HS

292

Fr.

OL

#77

High School: Had 53 knockdowns and 24 pancake blocks during his career ... earned all-county honors ... named a scholarathlete as a football player and a wrestler, and earned a spot in the Gwinnett County All-Star Game. Personal: Son of Dennis and Katie Truitt.

Briar Van Brunt

6-3 195 Warner Robbins, Ga. Northside HS

Fr.

QB

#16

High School: Tallied more than 4,000 yards of total offense and 40 touchdowns in his career at Northside High School ... named team captain and the most outstanding quarterback and wide receiver ... earned first team all-region honors as a junior and a senior ... carried the ball for 1,998 yards and 22 touchdowns, passing for another 2,170 yards and 19 touchdowns.Personal: Son of Steven Van Brunt and Karen Cody-Van Brunt.


Buccaneers Charleston Southern

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2011 Opponent Information

Game 1 - Central Florida (UCF)

September 3, 2011 | Bright House Networks Stadium (Orlando, Fla.) | 7 p.m.

September 10, 2011 | Doak Campbell Stadium (Tallahassee, Fla.) | 6 p.m.

General Information Location: Orlando, Fla. Founded: 1963 Enrollment: 56,235 Nickname: Knights Colors: Black and Gold

President: Dr. John C. Hitt Athletics Director: Keith Tribble Affiliation: NCAA FBS Conference: Conference USA Stadium: Bright House Networks

General Information Location: Tallahassee, Fla. Founded: 1851 Enrollment: 39,652 Nickname: Seminoles Colors: Garnet and Gold

President: Dr. Eric J. Barron Athletics Director: Randy Spetman Affiliation: NCAA FBS Conference: Atlantic Coast Stadium: Doak Campbell

Team Information 2010 Record: 11-3 Conf. Record/Finish: 7-1/1st-E Overall Record: 188-174-1 Record vs. CSU: First meeting

Primary Offense: Multiple Primary Defense: Multiple, 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 33/26 Starters Returning/Lost: 11/11

Team Information 2010 Record: 10-4 Conf. Record/Finish: 6-2/1st Overall Record: Record vs. CSU: First meeting

Primary Offense: Multiple Primary Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: Starters Returning/Lost: 18/6

Head Coach George O’Leary (New Hampshire, `69) Career Record: 97-77 (15th season) Record at UCF: 45-44 (8th season) Office Phone: 407-823-5397 Career vs. CSU: First meeting Media Relations - Football SID: Brian Ormiston

E-mail: bormiston@athletics.ucf.edu Press Box Phone: 407-882-0386 Office Phone: 407-823-2409 Web site:www.UCFAthletics.com SID Fax: 407-823-5293

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 23 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 20 Oct. 29 Nov. 3 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 25

2011 Schedule Charleston Southern Boston College @ FIU @ BYU Marshall @ SMU @ UAB Memphis Tulsa @ Southern Miss @ East Carolina UTEP

Game 3 - Jacksonville

September 17, 2011 | D.B. Milne Field (Jacksonville, Fla.) | 1 p.m.

Head Coach Jimbo Fisher (Salem, ‘89) Career Record: 10-4 (3rd season) Record at Florida State: Same Office Phone: 850-644-5656 Career vs. CSU: First meeting Media Relations - Football SID: Kerwin Lonzo

E-mail: klonzo@fsu.edu Office Phone: 850-644-5656 SID Fax: 850-644-3820

Press Box Phone: Web site: www.Seminoles.com

General Information Location: Norfolk, Va. Founded: 1935 Enrollment: Nearly 7,000 Nickname: Spartans Colors: Green and Gold

President: Dr. Tony Atwater Athletics Director: Marty Miller Affiliation: NCAA FCS Conference: MEAC Stadium: William Price Stadium

Team Information 2010 Record: 10-1 Conf. Record/Finish: 8-0/T-1st Overall Record: 64-71 Record vs. CSU: 1-5

Primary Offense: Pro Style Primary Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 53/21 Starters Returning/Lost: 14/13

Team Information 2010 Record: 6-5 Conf. Record/Finish: 4-4/5th Overall Record: Record vs. CSU: First meeting

Primary Offense: Spread Primary Defense: 3-4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 43/23 Starters Returning/Lost: 15/9

Media Relations - Football SID: Joel Lamp

E-mail: jlamp@ju.edu Office Phone: 904-256-7409 SID Fax: 904-256-7424

Press Box Phone: 904-256-7588 Web site: www.JUDolphins.com

2011 Schedule @ The Citadel @ Western Illinois Charleston Southern @ Campbell @ Marist Dayton Morehead State Davidson @ Drake Butler @ San Diego

Game 5 - Wesley College

October 1, 2011 | Buccaneer Field (Charleston, S.C.) | 1:30 p.m. General Information Location: Dover, Del. Founded: 1873 Enrollment: 1,537 Nickname: Wolverines Colors: Blue and White Team Information 2010 Record: 12-1 Conf. Record/Finish: N/A Overall Record: 172-84-1 Record vs. CSU: First meeting

Head Coach Pete Adrian (West Virginia, `70) Career Record: 70-70-1 (14th season) Record at Norfolk State: 34-33 (7th season) Office Phone: 757-823-8824 Career vs. CSU: Media Relations - Football SID: Matt Michalec

E-mail: mmichalec@nsu.edu Office Phone: 757-823-2628 SID Fax: 757-823-8218

Press Box Phone: 757-823-2628 Web site: www.nsuspartans.com

President: General J.H. Binford Peay III Athletics Director: Donny White Affiliation: NCAA FCS Conference: Big South Stadium: Foster Stadium

Primary Offense: Multiple Primary Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: Starters Returning/Lost: 14/8

Team Information 2010 Record: 3-8 Conf. Record/Finish: 2-4/5th Overall Record: 457-632-42 Record vs. CSU: 5-5

Primary Offense: Multiple Primary Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 37/14 Starters Returning/Lost: 15/9

Head Coach Mike Drass (Mansifled) Career Record: 155-45-1 Record at Wesley: Same Office Phone: 302-736-2363 Career vs. CSU: First meeting Media Relations - Football SID: Geoff Goyne

E-mail: geoff.goyne@wesley.edu Press Box Phone: Web site: www.GoWesleyAthletics.com Office Phone: 302-736-2450 SID Fax:

2011 Schedule Virginia State @ West Virginia @ Howard @ Charleston Southern South Carolina State @ Delaware State Hampton Bethune-Cookman North Carolina A&T @ Savannah State @ Morgan State

October 15, 2011 | Foster Stadium (Lexington, Va.) | 1:30 p.m.

President: Dr. William Johnston Athletics Director: Mike Drass Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: Independent Stadium: Scott D. Miller

2011 Schedule East Texas Baptist @ Kean @ Husson @ Charleston Southern Frostburg State @ Virginia (Lynchburg) @ Walsh Salisbury @ Apprentice School Huntingdon

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

Game 6 - Virginia Military Institute (VMI) General Information Location: Lexington, Va. Founded: 1839 Enrollment: 1,500 Nickname: Keydets Colors: Red, White and Yellow

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

2011 Schedule Louisiana-Monroe Charleston Southern Oklahoma @ Clemson @ Wake Forest @ Duke Maryland North Carolina State @ Boston College Miami Virginia @ Florida

Game 4 - Norfolk State

President: Dr. Kerry Romesburg Athletics Director: Alan Verlander Affiliation: NCAA FCS Conference: Pioneer Stadium: D.B. Milne Field

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

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 3 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

September 24, 2011 | Buccaneer Field (Charleston, S.C.) | 1:30 p.m.

General Information Location: Jacksonville, Fla. Founded: 1934 Enrollment: 3,688 Nickname: Dolphins Colors: Green and Gold

Head Coach Kerwin Bell (Florida `87) Career Record: 29-17 (4th season) Record at Jacksonville: 29-17 (4th season) Office Phone: 904-256-7549 Career vs. CSU: First meeting

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Game 2 - Florida State

Head Coach Sparky Woods (Carson Newman, `76) Career Record: 72-70-5 (14th season) Record at VMI: 9-24 (4th season) Office Phone: 540-464-7264 Career vs. CSU: 1-2 Media Relations - Football SID: Wade Branner

E-mail: brannerwh@vmi.edu Office Phone: 540-464-7515 SID Fax: 540-464-7583

Press Box Phone: 540-464-7834 Web site: www.VMIKeydets.com

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

2011 Schedule Delaware State William and Mary @ Richmond @ Akron @ Coastal Carolina Charleston Southern Stony Brook @ The Citadel @ Liberty @ Presbyterian Coll. Gardner-Webb


2011 Opponent Information Game 7 - Liberty

October 22, 2011 | Buccaneer Field (Charleston, S.C.) | 1:30 p.m.

Game 8 - Gardner-Webb

October 29, 2011 | Spangler Stadium (Boiling Springs, N.C.)| 1:30 p.m.

General Information Location: Lynchburg, Va. Founded: 1971 Enrollment: 11,928 Nickname: Flames Colors: Red, White and Blue

Chancellor: Jerry Falwell, Jr. Athletics Director: Jeff Barber Affiliation: NCAA FCS Conference: Big South Stadium: Williams Stadium

General Information Location: Boiling Springs, N.C. Founded: 1905 Enrollment: 4,300 Nickname: Runnin’ Bulldogs Colors: Scarlet and Black

President: Dr. Frank Bonner Athletics Director: Chuck Burch Affiliation: NCAA FCS Conference: Big South Stadium: Spangler Stadium

Team Information 2010 Record: 8-3 Conf. Record/Finish: 5-1/T-1st Overall Record: 198-198-4 Record vs. CSU: 16-2

Primary Offense: Two-Back Set Primary Defense: 3-4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 40/19 Starters Returning/Lost: 19/11

Team Information 2010 Record: 4-7 Conf. Record/Finish: 2-4/4th Overall Record: 223-225-1 Record vs. CSU: 7-3

Primary Offense: Pro Style Primary Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 37/21 Starters Returning/Lost: 16/10

Head Coach Danny Rocco (Wake Forest `84) Career Record: 40-16 (6th season) Record at Liberty: 40-16 (6th season) Office Phone: 434-582-2040 Career vs. CSU: 5-0 Media Relations - Football SID: Todd Wetmore

E-mail: twetmore@liberty.edu Office Phone: 434-841-8974 SID Fax: 434-582-2076

Press Box Phone: 434-582-4628 Web site: www.LibertyFlames.com

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 19

2011 Schedule @ N.C. State Robert Morris James Madison @ Lehigh Kentucky Wesleyan @ Gardner-Webb Coastal Carolina @ Charleston Southern Presbyterian Coll. VMI @ Stony Brook

Game 9 - Stony Brook

November 5, 2011 | Buccaneer Field (Charleston, S.C.) | 1:30 p.m.

Head Coach Ron Dickerson, Jr. (Arkansas, ‘96) Career Record: First season Record at Gardner-Webb: First season Office Phone: 704-406-4344 Career vs. CSU: First meeting Media Relations - Football SID: Marc Rabb

E-mail: mrabb@gardner-webb.eduPress Box Phone: 704-406-3576 Office Phone: 704-406-4355 Web site: www.GWUsports.com SID Fax: 704-406-4739

Game 10 - Coastal Carolina

President: Samuel L. Stanley, Jr. Athletics Director: Jim Fiore Affiliation: NCAA FCS Conference: Big South Stadium: Kenneth P. LaValle

General Information Location: Conway, S.C. Founded: 1954 Enrollment: 8,700 Nickname: Chanticleers Colors: Teal, Bronze and Black

President: David DeCenzo Athletics Director: Hunter Yurachek Affiliation: NCAA FCS Conference: Big South Stadium: Brooks Stadium

Team Information 2010 Record: 6-5 Conf. Record/Finish: 5-1/T-1st Overall Record: 133-137 Record vs. CSU: 2-1

Primary Offense: Multiple Primary Defense: 4-2-5 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 42/17 Starters Returning/Lost: 19/8

Team Information 2010 Record: 6-6 Conf. Record/Finish: 5-1/T-1st Overall Record: 56-35 Record vs. CSU: 5-3

Primary Offense: Spread/Multiple Primary Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 52/27 Starters Returning/Lost: 15/11

Head Coach Chuck Priore (Albany, ‘82) Career Record: 67-36 (12th season) Record at Stony Brook: 28-27 (6th season) Office Phone: 631-362-4670 Career vs. CSU: 2-1 Media Relations - Football SID: Adam Gutes

E-mail: agutes@notes.cc.sunysb.edu Press Box Phone: 631-632-4037 Office Phone: 631-632-7289 Web site: www.goseawolves.org SID Fax: 631-632-8841

2011 Schedule @ UTEP @ Buffalo Brown Lafayette Presbyterian Coll. St. Anselm @ VMI Coastal Carolina @ Charleston Southern @ Gardner-Webb Liberty

Game 11 - Presbyterian College

November 19, 2011 | Bailey Memorial Stadium (Clinton, S.C.) | 1 p.m. General Information Location: Clinton, S.C. Founded: 1880 Enrollment: 1,200 Nickname: Blue Hose Colors: Blue and Garnet

President: Dr. John Griffith Athletics Director: Brian Reese Affiliation: NCAA FCS Conference: Big South Stadium: Bailey Memorial

Team Information 2010 Record: 2-9 Conf. Record/Finish: 1-5/T-6th Overall Record: 474-453-35 Record vs. CSU: 12-6

Primary Offense: Spread Primary Defense: 4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 58/30 Starters Returning/Lost: 16/8

Head Coach Harold Nichols (Presbyterian College, `90) Career Record: 2-20 (3rd season) Record at Presbyterian: 2-20 (3rd season) Office Phone: 864-833-8240 Career vs. CSU: 0-2 Media Relations - Football SID: Simon Whitaker

E-mail: swhitaker@presby.edu Office Phone: 864-833-8252 SID Fax: 864-833-8323

Press Box Phone: 864-938-4040 Web site: www.GoBlueHose.com

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

2011 Schedule Wofford North Greenville @ California @ Furman @ Stony Brook Gardner-Webb @ Georgia Southern @ Liberty @ Coastal Carolina VMI Charleston Southern

2011 Schedule Brevard @ Ohio @ Wake Forest @ Samford Liberty @ Presbyterian Coll. @ Coastal Carolina Charleston Southern Virginia State Stony Brook @ VMI

November 12, 2011 | Buccaneer Field (Charleston, S.C.) | 1:30 p.m.

General Information Location: Stony Brook, N.Y. Founded: 1957 Enrollment: 24,594 Nickname: Seawolves Colors: Red, Blue and Grey

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 3 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Head Coach David Bennett (Presbyterian College, ‘84) Career Record: 119-52 (16th season) Record at Coastal Carolina: 56-35 (9th season) Office Phone: 843-349-2818 Career vs. CSU: 5-3 Media Relations - Football SID: Mike Cawood

E-mail: cawood@coastal.edu Office Phone: 843-349-2822 SID Fax: 843-349-2819

Press Box Phone: 843-234-3404 Web site: www.GoCCUsports.com

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

2011 Schedule Furman Catawba @ Georgia @ North Carolina A&T VMI @ Liberty Gardner-Webb @ Stony Brook Presbyterian Coll. @ Charleston Southern @ Western Carolina

2011 CSU Football Schedule September 3...........@ UCF.................................... 7 p.m. September 10.........@ Florida State....................... 6 p.m. September 17.........@ Jacksonville........................ 1 p.m. September 24.........Norfolk State...................... 1:30 p.m. October 1................Wesley College.................. 1:30 p.m. (Homecoming) October 15..............@ VMI *............................ 1:30 p.m. October 22..............Liberty *............................. 1:30 p.m. (Youth FB Day) October 29..............@ Gardner-Webb *............ 1:30 p.m. November 5............Stony Brook *.................... 1:30 p.m. November 12..........Coastal Carolina *.............. 1:30 p.m. (Senior Day) November 19..........@ Presbyterian College.......... 1 p.m. All Times Eastern

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CSU vs. 2011 Opponents (24-47) Totals vs. 2011 Opponents: 24-47 (.338), 14-21 Home, 10-26 Away UCF: 0-0 (.00), 0-0 Home, 0-0 Away First Meeting Florida State: 0-0 (.00), 0-0 Home, 0-0 Away First Meeting Jacksonville: 5-1 (.833), 2-1 Home, 3-0 Away November 20, 1999 (away)..................... 37-17 W October 7, 2000 (home).......................... 28-22 W October 6, 2001 (away)............................. 28-7 W October 26, 2002 (home)..........................21-24 L September 18, 2004 (away)...................... 38-3 W September 17, 2005 (home).................... 16-10 W Norfolk State: 0-0 (.00), 0-0 Home, 0-0 Away First Meeting Wesley College: 0-0 (.00), 0-0 Home, 0-0 Away First Meeting VMI: 5-5 (.500), 3-2 Home, 2-3 Away October 21, 2000 (away).............................7-40 L August 31, 2002 (home)...........................24-27 L October 11, 2003 (away).............................7-50 L October 2, 2004 (home) ......................... 25-24 W October 8, 2005 (away).............................12-34 L October 21, 2006 (home)........................ 27-22 W November 3, 2007 (away)....................... 37-28 W November 1, 2008 (home)...................... 31-21 W October 31, 2009 (away)......................... 31-21 W October 23, 2010 (home)..........................16-34 L Liberty: 2-16 (.111), 1-7 Home, 1-9 Away 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 November 11, 2006 (away).......................20-34 L October 20, 2007 (home)..........................10-50 L October 25, 2008 (away).............................0-42 L October 24, 2009 (home)..........................13-20 L October 9, 2010 (away).............................20-44 L

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Gardner-Webb: 3-7 (.300), 2-3 Home, 1-4 Away September 12, 1992 (away)........................0-56 L November 9, 2002 (home)........................15-57 L November 8, 2003 (away)...........................0-46 L November 13, 2004 (home) .......................0-18 L November 5, 2005 (away)......................... 38-7 W November 4, 2006 (home)...................... 28-14 W October 27, 2007 (away)...........................25-29 L October 4, 2008 (home).......................... 13-10 W October 17, 2009 (away)...........................20-27 L October 16, 2010 (home)..........................25-35 L Stony Brook: 1-2 (.333), 1-0 Home, 0-2 Away October 18, 2008 (away)...........................19-20 L November 14, 2009 (home)........... 30-27 (OT) W October 30, 2010 (away)...........................21-41 L Coastal Carolina: 3-5 (.375), 2-2 Home, 1-3 Away November 22, 2003 (home)......................14-48 L November 20, 2004 (away).......................28-56 L November 19, 2005 (home)........... 34-27 (OT) W November 18, 2006 (away).......................17-31 L November 17, 2007 (home)........................2-41 L November 22, 2008 (away) ..................... 24-0 W November 21, 2009 (home).................... 30-23 W November 20, 2010 (away).........................3-70 L Presbyterian: 6-12 (.333), 4-6 Home, 2-6 Away 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 September 9, 2000 (away)........................13-28 L September 8, 2001 (home)........................10-19 L September 14, 2002 (away)........................6-26 L September 13, 2003 (home)......................14-17 L September 11, 2004 (away) .....................14-19 L September 10, 2005 (home)........................0-42 L September 2, 2006 (away)...................... 21-13 W November 10, 2007 (home).................... 28-24 W November 8, 2008 (home)...................... 29-18 W November 7, 2009 (away)....................... 46-32 W November 13, 2010 (home).................... 42-39 W

CSU vs. All Opponents (77-140)

Alabama-Birmingham....................0-6 Allen...............................................1-0 Austin Peay....................................4-0 Benedict.........................................1-0 Bethel.............................................1-0 Catawba..........................................0-1 Central Florida (UCF).................0-0 Charleston (WV)............................1-0 Chattanooga...................................0-1 Citadel, The....................................1-4 Citadel J.V., The.............................1-1 Coastal Carolina...........................3-5 Davidson........................................0-2 East Tennessee State......................0-5 Edward Waters...............................2-0 Elon................................................0-4 Ferrum............................................0-1 Florida............................................0-1 Florida State.................................0-0 Frostburg State...............................1-0 Gallaudet........................................1-0 Gardner-Webb.............................3-7 Georgetown....................................1-0 Guilford..........................................2-1 Hawaii............................................0-2 Hofstra............................................0-2 Howard...........................................0-2 Jacksonville...................................5-1 James Madison...............................0-1 Johnson C. Smith...........................1-0 Kentucky........................................0-1 Lees-McRae...................................1-0 Lenoir-Rhyne.................................1-0 Liberty.........................................2-16 Mars Hill........................................1-2 Methodist.......................................1-1 Miami (Fla.)...................................0-1 Miami (Ohio).................................0-1 Morehead State..............................1-3 Morgan State..................................0-2 New Haven.....................................0-1 Newberry........................................1-7 Newport News Apprentice.............1-2 Norfolk State.................................0-0 North Greenville .........................10-1 Presbyterian ..............................6-12 Samford..........................................0-2 Savannah State...............................6-0 South Carolina State......................0-8 South Florida (USF).......................0-5 Stony Brook..................................1-2 Tennessee-Martin...........................0-1 Towson State..................................0-2 Troy State.......................................0-3 Tusculum College..........................3-1 Virginia Military Institute (VMI).. 5-5 Wesley College..............................0-0 West Liberty State..........................1-0 West Virginia St. College...............5-0 West Virginia Wesleyan.................1-0 Wingate..........................................1-1 Wofford........................................0-13


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Game

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North Greenville (0-2) vs. Charleston Southern (1-0)

September 4, 2010 - Charleston, S.C. - Attendance 3,421

Bucs Overcome Slow Start to win Opener 4131 over North Greenville Charleston Southern used a big second quarter, scoring 20 unanswered points to take a lead that they would not relinquish, winning their home opener 41-31 over North Greenville, Saturday at Buccaneer Field. Opening at home for the first time since 2002, CSU won its home opener for the fifth year in a row, with the Crusaders serving as the opponent in each of the last three. The Bucs start 1-0, a mark that they have not held since the 2006 season, the same year that they won nine straight games to start the year. North Greenville starts the year 0-2 for the fourth year in a row. “During the second and third quarters, we played very good football overall,” said Coach Jay Mills. “The score was not really indicative to the game overall, I believe. I believe we had a poor first quarter, and the second and third quarters we played some really good football. It’s something to build on.” The two offenses looked right on point throughout the game, tallying 798 yards of total offense, scoring the most combined points (72) in a home opener for Charleston Southern. The 41 points scored by CSU is the most in an opening game since the 2000 season when they beat Guilford 58-0 at home. A.J. Toscano put up 223 yards through the air, completing 17 of his 26 pass attempts for four touchdowns. Four different CSU receivers had 35 receiving yards or more, with Kwame Krakue scoring once with a career-best 76 receiving yards. Three of the CSU pass plays went for 25 yards or more, all three resulting in touchdowns. As expected, CSU used a balanced and strong rushing attack to keep the defense honest. Teddy Allen was the leading carrier, averaging 8.8 yards per carry garnering 44 yards on five carries. DeMarcus Moon ran the ball 10 times for 43 yards, while Gerald Stevenson and B.J. Hackworth each carried it five times for 34 and 33 yards, respectively.

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9 8 0 14 31 0 20 14 7 41 Team Stats 1st Downs Rushes-Yds Passing Yds Att-Comp-Int Total Offense Punt Ret.-Yds Kickoff Ret.-Yds Interceptions.-Yds Punt-Avg Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conv. 4th Down Conv. RZ Scores-Chances Sacks-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

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CSU

24 49-214 191 27-15-1 76-405 2-76 6-91 0-0 4-38.5 0-0 6-60 33:50 6 of 14 1 of 4 3-4 1-6 0-1 1-1

21 35-165 228 28-18-0 63-393 2-41 1-2 1-0 3-30.7 1-1 5-37 26:10 5 of 11 1 of 2 3-3 1-7 5-5 0-0

SCORING SUMMARY

1st Quarter 7:33 NGU 6:17 NGU 2nd Quarter 13:41 CSU 10:09 CSU 4:46 CSU 1:10 NGU 3rd Quarter 13:55 CSU 3:53 CSU 4th Quarter 13:57 CSU 4:08 NGU 0:54 NGU

Walpole 26 yd FG Johnson 73 yd Punt Ret. (Walpole kick blocked) Moon 1 yd run (Paglia kick) Chalmers 32 yd pass from Toscano (Paglia kick) Moon 2 yd run (Paglia kick) Anderson 46 yd run (Wright pass from Korn) Lee 25 yd pass from Toscano (Paglia kick) Lee 3 yd pass from Toscano (Paglia kick) Krakue 33 yd pass from Toscano (Paglia kick) Wilson 2 yd run (Wright pass from Korn) Connel 15 yd pass from Korn (Korn pass failed)

Individual Leaders Rushing Anderson Rucker Korn Passing Korn Receiving Connel Martino

NGU

No. Yds 5 68 11 41 13 36 C-A-I Yds 14-26-1 197 Rec. Yds 5 59 3 57

TD 1 0 0 TD 1 TD 1 0

Rushing Allen Moon Stevenson Passing Toscano Receiving Lee Krakue

CSU

No. Yds 5 44 10 43 5 34 C-A-I Yds 17-26-0 223 Rec. Yds 5 55 4 76

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Game

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Wofford (1-1) vs. Charleston Southern (1-1)

September 11, 2010 - Charleston, S.C. - Attendance 3,297

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WOF

CSU

1st Downs Rushes-Yds Passing Yds Att-Comp-Int Total Offense Punt Ret.-Yds Kickoff Ret.-Yds Interceptions.-Yds Punt-Avg Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conv. 4th Down Conv. RZ Scores-Chances Sacks-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

17 48-334 133 6-11-0 467 1-2 4-78 1-38 5-37.0 3-1 9-84 25:20 2-10 0-0 4-5 0-0 4-4 2-3

21 36-120 256 26-42-1 376 1-11 5-87 0-0 5-31.0 4-2 3-30 34:40 8-18 0-1 2-3 1-5 2-3 1-2

SCORING SUMMARY

1st Quarter 9:18 CSU Lee 6 yd pass from Toscano (Paglia kick) 2:53 WOF Reed 30 yd field goal 2nd Quater 5:49 WOF Rucker 76 yd run (Reed kick) 3rd Quarter 10:16 CSU 7:53 WOF 4:43 CSU 2:57 WOF

Paglia 45 yd field goal Reed 39 yd field goal Chalmers 27 yd pass from Stevenson (Paglia kick failed) Nocek 26 yd run (Reed kick)

4th Quarter 10:58 CSU 5:59 WOF 1:09 WOF

Moon 1 yd run (Paglia kick) Breitenstein 1 yd run (Reed kick) Breitenstein 3 yd run (Reed kick)

Individual Leaders Rushing Breitenstein Rucker Nocek Passing Kass Allen Receiving Bersin

WOF

No. 17 7 8 C-A-I 3-7-0 3-4-0 Rec. 2

Yds 97 94 52 Yds 56 77 Yds 55

TD 2 1 1 TD 0 0 TD 0

Rushing Hackworth Moon Passing Toscano Receiving Chalmers Stevenson Nunley

CSU

No. Yds 7 50 12 30 C-A-I Yds 25-41-1 229 Rec. Yds 6 71 5 56 4 55

TD 0 1 TD 1 TD 1 0 0

CSU Surrenders Late Lead in 34-23 Loss to Wofford Charleston Southern did what they’ve failed to do in the past, which was lead Wofford in the fourth quarter, but the Bucs could not hold on to it as the Terriers scored twice in the last six minutes to take a 34-23 victory over CSU on Saturday. The loss snapped a five-game winning streak for Charleston Southern (1-1) and moved the alltime result to 13-0 in favor of Wofford (1-1). “We’re past the point of moral victories in this program,” said Coach Jay Mills. “There’s no such thing. We expect to compete nationally with anybody that plays against us at the Division I FCS level. I think we showed that; at the same point in time, it’s just unacceptable for us to come up short. We really expected to win this game, we expected to win it all the way. We tip our hat to Wofford. They’ve built an excellent program.” Charleston Southern had 376 yards of offense, the third game in a row and fourth time in five games that CSU has posted more than 375 yards of offense, dating back to November 7, 2009 against Presbyterian. A.J. Toscano completed 25 of his 41 passes, just the second time in his career that he has completed more than 20 passes. His favorite target on the day was Anthony Chalmers, who caught six passes for 71 yards and a touchdown, although the TD strike actually came from the arm of Gerald Stevenson in the third quarter. The touchdown gave CSU a 16-13 lead with 4:43 left in the quarter. Stevenson also caught five passes for 56 yards, while James Nunley had a career-best four catches on 55 yards. With his five receptions, Stevenson moved into third all-time at CSU with 121 career receptions. Chris Patrick led the defense with a careerbest 14 tackles, including two behind the line of scrimmage. Chris Kuzdale had nine tackles for the second game in a row.

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Game

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Mars Hill (2-2) vs. Charleston Southern (2-1)

September 18, 2010 - Charleston, S.C. - Attendance 3,021

Big Offensive Day Leads Bucs to 28-14 Victory over Mars Hill Gerald Stevenson and A.J. Toscano posted career days as Charleston Southern put up 445 yards of offense in a 28-14 victory over Mars Hill, Saturday at Buccaneer Field. The victory moves CSU to 2-1 on the season, while MHC falls to 2-2. Toscano finished the day 16-26 with three touchdowns and had a career-high 374 yards, the first 300-yard performance of his career, and the first for a CSU quarterback since Sidney Bryant threw for 382 against Presbyterian in 2007. Stevenson was the leading receiver with six catches for 198 yards, also a career high. The six passes give him 127 for his career, moving him into sole possession of second place in career receptions at CSU, trailing only Maurice Price (202). James Nunley had 102 yards on four receptions, marking the first time more than one player has had 100 receiving yards since Eddie Gadson (150), Price (113) and Harry Seabrook (103) did it against Allen in 2004. The CSU defense spread things out with Fred Godfrey leading the way with seven tackles. CSU had three sacks, including one by Godfrey, who also led the way with 2.5 tackles for loss. Daniel Dieudonne recorded his second interception of the year, while Jacques Bazile got his first, and the team’s third this year. Special teams also played a part in the victory with Kenny Johnson blocking the second punt of his career, coming in the third quarter. Stevenson also served as the kickoff and punt returner, garnering 37 yards on three returns, giving him 246 all purpose yards. The mark is fourth all time and is the first time since facing Gardner-Webb last year that a CSU player has had more than 200 yards, with Stevenson tallying 215 in that game. It was the most for Stevenson since recording a school-record 302 against Wofford in 2008.

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CSU

22 38-122 212 14-37-3 334 0-0 4-59 1-1 4-33.5 0-0 8-41 32:59 7-14 0-1 1-3 0-0 2-2 0-0

16 31-56 389 17-27-1 445 3-13 1-26 3-1 4-43.5 0-0 10-99 27:01 8-15 0-0 2-3 3-9 4-4 0-2

SCORING SUMMARY 1st Quarter 14:14 CSU Krakue 21 yd pass from

Toscano (Brown kick)

2nd Quarter 09:38 CSU Moon 1 yd run (Brown kick) 04:35 MHC Randolph 2 yd run

(Pinkerton kick)

4th Quarter 12:53 CSU Moon 24 yd pass from

Toscano (Brown kick)

03:39 CSU Nunley 24 yd pass from

Toscano (Brown kick)

00:10 MHC Gore 43 yd pass from Richt

(Pinkerton kick)

Individual Leaders Rushing Randolph McDowall Passing Richt Receiving Gore Rose Waters

MHC

No. 21 11 C-A-I 14-36- Rec. 3 3 2

Yds 61 21 Yds 212 Yds 79 54 20

TD 1 0 TD 1 TD 1 0 0

Rushing Hackworth Moon Passing Toscano Receiving Stevenson Nunley Krakue

CSU

No. Yds 7 19 9 16 C-A-I Yds 16-26-1 374 Rec. Yds 6 198 4 102 4 46

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Game

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Charleston Southern (2-2) vs. Hawaii (2-2)

September 25, 2010 - Honolulu, Hawaii - Attend: 30,300

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CSU

UH

15 41-52 175 19-36-2 227 0-0 9-148 3-11 6-34.7 4-2 5-25 35:08 2-17 0-4 1-2 1-5 1-1 0-1

25 23-93 490 26-42-3 583 2-0 2-35 2-25 1-50.0 1-1 7-81 24:52 3-10 1-2 6-8 4-17 9-9 1-1

SCORING SUMMARY

1st Quarter 13:48 UH 08:47 UH 04:26 UH 00:31 CSU 2nd Quarter 14:24 UH 08:52 UH 07:53 UH 00:31 UH 3rd Quarter 10:23 UH 4th Quarter 12:21 UH 09:30 UH

Pilares 18 yd pass from Moniz (Enos kick) Stutzmann 16 yd pass from Moniz (Enos kick) Pilares 12 yd pass from Moniz (Enos kick) Nunley 11 yd pass from Toscano (Brown kick) Salas 40 yd pass from Moniz (Enos kick) Salas 34 yd pass from Moniz (Enos kick) Green 66 yd pass from Moniz (Enos kick) Green 1 yd run (Enos kick) Moniz 1 yd run (Enos kick) Blount 41 yd pass from Graves (Enos kick) Enos 21 yd field goal

Individual Leaders Rushing Seward Moon Passing Toscano Receiving Krakue Chalmers Nunley

CSU

No. Yds 4 27 8 24 C-A-I Yds 17-31-1 173 Rec. Yds 7 80 4 43 4 23

TD 0 0 TD 1 TD 0 0 1

Rushing Green Rosehill Passing Moniz Receiving Salas Blount Pilares

UH

No. Yds 4 24 5 24 C-A-I Yds 19-27-2 395 Rec. Yds 7 131 4 71 4 68

TD 1 0 TD 6 TD 2 1 2

Bucs Hit Multiple Milestones Despite 66-7 Loss at Hawaii Charleston Southern had plenty to boast about despite a 66-7 loss on the road at the University of Hawaii. The Bucs played in front of 30,300 people at Aloha Stadium in a game that started near midnight in Charleston. Offensively for Charleston Southern (2-2), DeMarcus Moon reached 1,000 rushing yards for his career and A.J. Toscano moved into second all time with more than 3,100 passing yards, while Charles James led the defense, tying the school record with two interceptions. Moon needed just four yards to become the seventh player in school history to reach the 1,000-yard mark, and he finished the day with 24 yards on eight carries. James became the first player to intercept two balls in the same game since Philip Ashley did it against Coastal Carolina in 2008. James is the 10th player in school history to achieve that feat. Toscano finished 17-31 with one interception and one touchdown, throwing for 173 yards. Kwame Krakue caught a career-high seven receptions for 80 yards, while James Nunley had four receptions for 23 yards and the lone touchdown of the day. Nunley also added 108 yards on kickoff returns. Richard Mounce and Derek Hatcher also saw time at quarterback, combining to go 2-5 for two yards and one interception. Chris Kuzdale led the defense with seven tackles, while Jacque Carter had the lone sack for CSU, while the Bucs gave up four sacks. Hawaii (2-2) starting quarterback Bryant Moniz completed 19 of his 27 pass attempts for 395 and six touchdowns, also throwing two interceptions. Greg Salas continued to be the favorite target, and the big play receiver, catching seven balls for 131 yards and two touchdowns. CSU was outgained 583-227 on the day, including a 490-175 edge through the air. It is the fewest total offensive yards that CSU has accounted for since managing just 188 against South Florida last year.

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Game

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Charleston Southern (2-3) vs. Liberty (4-2) October 9, 2010 - Lynchburg, Va. - Attend: 18,587

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Bucs Unable to Overcome Turnovers in 44-20 Loss at Liberty Charleston Southern put a scare into the homecoming crowd of more than 18,500 at Williams Stadium, but the Bucs turned the ball over five times and it was Liberty who emerged victorious by a score of 44-20. The Bucs fall to 2-3 (0-1) on the season while Liberty improves to 4-2 and has a 1-0 mark in the Big South. Andrew Trudnowski came into the game in relief of A.J. Toscano who was hit awkwardly on a carry and knocked out of the game. Trudnowski handled the offense well, throwing for a careerhigh 189 yards on 15-22 passing. Trudnowski found the endzone twice and was picked off once, with Toscano also throwing a pick, completing 7-of-11 pass attempts for 46 yards. Anthony Chalmers and B.J. Hackworth each caught a touchdown pass, with Chalmers leading the team with seven receptions for a career-high 87 yards. DeMarcus Moon had 10 carries on the day for 52 yards. Defensively, Charles James led the way with a career-high 10 tackles, also picking off three passes as he had the tall task of stopping Liberty’s leading receiver Chris Summers, who had just five receptions for 72 yards on the day, scoring his only touchdown on the final offensive play of the day for Liberty. The CSU defense played well, holding Liberty to 312 yards of offense through the first three quarters, but the Bucs committed a season-high five turnovers (two interceptions, three lost fumbles) that continued to put pressure on the defense, turning a 16-14 game after three quarters into the high scoring affair. Liberty finished the game with 481 yards of offense, while CSU posted 306, including 235 through the air. Mike Brown led Liberty through the air and on the ground, passing for 310 yards and rushing for 93 more. Larry Claiborne led the Flames’ defense with seven stops, while Chris Mayo forced two fumbles.

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CSU

LU

19 30-71 235 22-33-2 306 1-6 6-164 3-0 4-33.0 5-3 4-45 29:39 6-13 0-1 1-2 0-0 2-2 0-0

22 34-163 318 21-34-3 481 1-8 2-25 2-28 3-41.0 1-0 5-54 30:21 4-11 2-2 5-6 1-12 5-6 1-2

SCORING SUMMARY

2nd Quarter 13:34 LU 07:01 LU 01:40 CSU 00:15 LU

Holloway 1 yd pass from Brown (Bevins kick) Kelly 40 yd pass from Brown (Bevins kick failed) Chalmers 13 yd pass from Trudnowski (Brown kick) Bevins 26 yd field goal

3rd Quarter 07:02 CSU Hackworth 22 yd pass from Trudnowski (Brown kick) 4th Quarter 12:06 LU 06:48 LU 02:24 LU 02:10 CSU 00:28 LU

Brown 7 yd run (Bevins kick) Holloway 13 yd run (Bevins kick) Brown 19 yd run (Bevins kick) Stevenson 100 yd kickoff ret. (Trudnowski pass int.) Summers 29 yd pass from Brown (Bevins kick)

Individual Leaders Rushing Moon Hackworth Passing Trudnowski Receiving Chalmers Stevenson Krakue

CSU

No. Yds 10 52 4 11 C-A-I Yds 15-22-1 189 Rec. Yds 7 87 4 53 4 46

TD 0 0 TD 2 TD 1 0 0

Rushing Brown Holloway Passing Brown Receiving Summers Holloway Gagliardi

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No. Yds 18 98 14 57 C-A-I Yds 20-33-3 310 Rec. Yds 5 72 4 52 3 35

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Game

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Gardner-Webb (3-3, 1-0) vs. Charleston Southern (2-4, 0-2) October 16, 2010 - Charleston, S.C. - Attend: 3,124

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GWU

CSU

19 44-209 210 17-27-1 419 1-8 4-55 1-18 8-37.2 2-1 5-50 30:17 6-15 1-2 4-4 2-6 5-5 0-0

16 33-150 132 13-39-1 282 2-34 6-262 1-0 7-37.0 1-1 14-120 29:43 7-19 0-2 2-2 3-9 2-2 1-1

SCORING SUMMARY

1st Quarter 11:02 CSU Paglia 33 yd field goal 05:52 GWU Hall 7 yd run (Gates kick) 05:30 GWU Browning 1 yd run (Gates kick) 05:14 CSU Stevenson 92 yd KO return (Paglia kick) 01:33 GWU Jules 13 yd run (Gates kick) 2nd Quarter 01:54 CSU Stevenson 13 yd pass from Trudnowski (Paglia kick) 4th Quarter 07:44 GWU Blount 22 yd pass from Rock (Gates kick) 07:32 CSU Stevenson 81 yd KO return (Stevenson pass from Trudnowski) 02:00 GWU Hall 2 yd run (Gates kick)

Individual Leaders Rushing Hall Blount Passing Rock Browning Receiving Miller Perry

GWU

No. Yds 23 129 8 33 C-A-I Yds 7-15-1 104 10-11-0 106 Rec. Yds 4 64 4 38

TD 2 0 TD 1 0 TD 0 0

Rushing Stevenson Moon Passing Trudnowski Receiving Stevenson Krakue Atkinson

CSU

No. Yds 11 65 9 44 C-A-I Yds 13-39-1 132 Rec. Yds 5 47 2 25 2 16

TD 0 0 TD 1 TD 1 0 0

CSU Falls to Gardner-Webb 35-25 Gerald Stevenson shattered the Charleston Southern and Big South all-purpose yardage record with 389 yards, including two kickoff returns for touchdowns, but it wasn’t enough as Charleston Southern fell 35-25 to Gardner-Webb, Saturday at Buccaneer Field. CSU (2-4, 0-2) had 14 penalties, including a couple of costly ones on big returns by Stevenson, one of which negated a return down to the GWU (3-3, 1-0) two yardline. The Bucs managed just 282 yards of total offense, but were still in the game thanks to 296 return yards on special teams. Making the first start of his CSU career, Andrew Trudnowski struggled to find his targets, completing just 13 of his 39 pass attempts, but did throw for one touchdown while throwing one interception. Trudnowski hooked up with Stevenson five times for 47 yards and a touchdown, Stevenson’s first receiving touchdown of the season, while he now has three kick returns for scores. Stevenson also led the rushing attack with 11 carries for 65 yards, averaging 5.9 yards per carry. Chris Patrick and Daniel Dieudonne led the Buccaneer defense with 11 tackles each, both forcing a fumble on the day. Patrick also had two quarterback hurries and a sack on the day. Mareece Harris recorded his first interception of his career. The defense gave up 419 yards of offense, a season high for GWU, but was able to record three sacks and six tackles-for-loss. Gardner-Webb got big performances from both quarterbacks as they each threw for more than 100 yards on the day. Chandler Browning threw for 106 yards, completing an incredible 10 of his 11 pass attempts, while John Rock finished the game 7-of-15 for 104 yards, one touchdown and one interception. The Runnin’ Bulldogs also got a career performance from Patrick Hall, who rushed for 129 yards and two touchdowns to pace the ground game. Dami Teniola made 12 stops to lead the Bulldog defense.

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Game

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VMI (3-4, 2-2) vs. Charleston Southern (2-5, 0-3) October 23, 2010 - Charleston, S.C. - Attend: 3,476

Bucs Dealt 34-16 Loss to VMI on Homecoming Charleston Southern outgained VMI 386242, but lost their homecoming contest against the Keydets 34-16, Saturday at Buccaneer Field. The loss drops the Bucs to 2-5 (0-3) and marks the first time since 2003 that CSU has lost three home games in a season. Andrew Trudnowski set new career highs in completions (25), attempts (53) and passing yards (326) in his second career start. His 53 pass attempts are the third-most in a single game in school history, while his 25 completions ties for the 10th most in school history. For the second time this year, the Bucs had two receivers top the century mark with Gerald Stevenson leading the way with seven receptions for 129 yards. Deon Lee had six catches for a career-high 112 yards. With three kick returns for touchdowns in the past two games, Stevenson was held without a kick return in the game, while the Bucs combined for five returns for 59 yards. Stevenson did have two punt returns for a total of 15 yards. DeMarcus Moon carried the ball a career-high 20 times for 68 yards and B.J. Hackworth had four carries for 22 yards. Defensively, Chris Patrick led the way with eight tackles, while Fred Godfrey got in the backfield for two tackles, including the lone sack of the day. Demaris Freeman recovered a fumble on the first VMI drive of the third quarter. CSU ran 86 plays on offense, the most since 2007 when the Bucs had 87 plays against Presbyterian. With four interceptions, the Bucs turned the ball over four times for the second time in three games. It is the first time since 2008 that CSU has thrown four interceptions in the same game. Cameron Jones led the Keydet offense with 114 yards through the air and another 20 on the ground. Chaz Jones had 51 rushing yards for three touchdowns. A.J Gross had a game-high 17 tackles for the VMI defense.

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7 10 0 17 34 13 0 3 0 16 Team Stats 1st Downs Rushes-Yds Passing Yds Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Punt Ret.-Yds Kickoff Ret.-Yds Interceptions.-Yds Punt-Avg Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conv. 4th Down Conv. RZ Scores-Chances Sacks-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

VMI

CSU

11 27-94 148 13-37-0 242 3-20 4-50 4-77 9-42.9 1-1 7-45 24:13 3-15 0-1 5-5 2-11 4-4 2-2

18 33-60 326 25-53-4 386 2-15 5-59 0-0 6-35.5 1-0 6-55 35:47 6-19 0-4 0-2 1-7 1-2 1-2

SCORING SUMMARY

1st Quarter 11:58 VMI 11:00 CSU 05:27 CSU

Walker 58 yd int return (Sexton kick) Stevenson 69 yd pass from Trudnowski (Paglia kick) Krakue 24 yd pass from Trudnowski (Paglia kick failed)

2nd Quarter 12:41 VMI Jones 2 yd run (Sexton kick) 06:18 VMI Sexton 30 yd field goal 3rd Quarter 08:30 CSU Paglia 38 yd field goal 4th Quarter 09:38 VMI Jones 2 yd run (Sexton kick) 07:33 VMI Sexton 34 yd field goal 02:36 VMI Jones 1 yd run (Sexton kick)

Individual Leaders Rushing Jones Itoka Passing Jones Kordenbrock Receiving Hairston Tally

VMI

No. Yds 15 51 5 23 C-A-I Yds 10-29-0 114 3-8-0 34 Rec. Yds 3 51 3 37

TD 3 0 TD 0 0 TD 0 0

Rushing Moon Passing Trudnowski Receiving Stevenson Lee Krakue

CSU

No. Yds 20 68 C-A-I Yds 25-53-4 326 Rec. Yds 7 129 6 112 4 36

TD 0 TD 2 TD 1 0 1


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Game

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Charleston Southern (2-6, 0-4) vs. Stony Brook (4-4, 4-0) October 30, 2010 - Stony Brook, N.Y. - Attend: 4,007

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0 7 7 7 21 0 13 21 7 41 Team Stats 1st Downs Rushes-Yds Passing Yds Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Punt Ret.-Yds Kickoff Ret.-Yds Interceptions.-Yds Punt-Avg Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conv. 4th Down Conv. RZ Scores-Chances Sacks-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

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SBU

14 27-45 228 22-30-0 273 0-0 3-15 0-0 5-28.0 2-1 3-15 30:07 8-15 0-0 3-3 0-0 3-3 0-0

19 43-354 145 9-11-0 499 3-24 3-90 0-0 1-44 1-0 7-44 29:53 5-9 1-1 3-5 1-8 5-6 0-2

SCORING SUMMARY

2nd Quarter 07:34 CSU Atkinson 3 yd pass from Trudnowski (Brown kick) 05:40 SBU Maysonet 32 yd run (Skiffington kick) 00:39 SBU Maysonet 8 yd run (Skiffington kick) 3rd Quarter 11:10 SBU Jackolski 1 yd run (Skiffington kick) 09:12 SBU Maysonet 9 yd run (Skiffington kick) 06:18 SBU Maysonet 35 yd pass from Coulter (Skiffington kick) 01:23 CSU Moon 3 yd run (Brown kick) 4th Quarter 10:49 SBU Gush 25 yd pass from Coulter (Skiffington kick) 04:24 CSU Moon 1 yd run (Brown kick)

Individual Leaders Rushing Moon Passing Trudnowski Receiving Stevenson Krakue Lee

CSU

No. Yds 17 46 C-A-I Yds 22-30-0 228 Rec. Yds 12 104 3 84 2 18

TD 2 TD 1 TD 0 0 1

Rushing Jackolski Maysonet Passing Coulter Receiving Gush Maysonet

SBU

No. 16 19 C-A-I 9-11-0 Rec. 3 2

Yds 183 158 Yds 145 Yds 67 37

TD 1 3 TD 2 TD 1 1

Big Third Quarter Leads Stony Brook Past Bucs, 41-21 Down just six at halftime, the Bucs surrendered a 21-point third quarter in a 41-21 loss at Stony Brook on Saturday. The loss drops CSU to 2-6 overall and 0-4 in the Big South, while SBU improves to 4-4, 3-0 and tied for first place in the Big South. Andrew Trudnowski had his most efficient performance, making his third start, completing 73 percent of his passes with a 22-30 mark. Trudnowski threw for 228 yards and a touchdown, and for the first time this season, did not throw an interception. DeMarcus Moon had 46 rushing yards on 17 carries, giving him 37 touches in the last two games. Gerald Stevenson was the top receiver, hauling in 12 catches for 104 yards, the first player to have more than 10 receptions since he did so against Presbyterian College in 2009. The mark ties him for the fifth-most receptions in a single game in CSU history and is one shy of the school record. Stevenson only had one opportunity to return a kickoff, doing so for 10 yards, which gives him the Big South record for combined kick returns. Mills had plenty of praise for Stevenson, despite the losing effort. “I’ll tell you what – he’s phenomenal. I usually don’t single out individuals and I try to talk more as a team overall, but I’d do him a disservice if I didn’t recognize that. He’s an incredible player and there’s no question about it that he’s going to be receiving numerous votes for Big South Conference Player of the Year, and he’s going to deserve that. And if he keeps going the way he’s going we’re going to be seeing him play football next year on Sundays.” Chris Patrick and Daniel Dieudonne led the team with nine tackles each, while Gabe Middlebrook blocked a field goal to start the second quarter and keep the game scoreless. Stony Brook was led by Brock Jackolski and Miguel Maysonet on the ground, as the duo combined for 341 rushing yards and four touchdowns on the ground. Michael Coulter threw for an additional 145 yards, completing nine of his 11 passes on the day. SBU held a 499-273 advantage in total yards, averaging a staggering 9.2 yards per play.

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Game

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Charleston Southern (2-7, 0-4) vs. Kentucky (5-5, 1-5) November 6, 2010 - Lexington, Ky. - Attend: 61,884

High Powered Kentucky Offense Runs Past Bucs, 49-21 Charleston Southern got an outstanding performance out of freshman quarterback Malcom Dixon as the Buccaneers rolled up 21 points against the University of Kentucky in the school’s second-ever meeting against an SEC opponent. The Wildcats still came out of the game victorious though, as they tallied more than 500 yards of total offense, winning by a final score of 49-21. Kentucky outgained the Bucs 502-269 on the day, despite CSU posting its first 100-yard rushing performance against an FBS school. Dixon almost reached the mark by himself, rushing for 96 yards on 19 carries, a 5.1 yard average. He also threw for 45 yards, completing seven of his eight pass attempts. The Bucs also dominated the time of possession, holding the ball for a season-high 40:00 in the game. Andrew Trudnowski also spent time at quarterback for the Bucs, completing eight of his 10 passes for 84 yards and a touchdown. The 83 percent combined completion percentage is the best for the Bucs this year. Deon Lee had six receptions for 38 yards and a touchdown, while Gerald Stevenson had five catches for 68 yards. Stevenson finished the day with 143 all-purpose yards, including nine rushing and 65 on five kickoff returns. The most impressive thing that Dixon and the CSU offense did was keep from turning the ball over, the first time since playing Savannah State in 2008 that CSU has gone without a turnover. Chris Patrick led the defensive unit with eight tackles, while Chris Kuzdale had a pair of tackles, but tallied an interception and a fumble recovery on the day. Donald Russell carried the ball 10 times for 110 yards and two touchdowns, while CoShik Williams had 13 carries for 96 yards and three scores. Winston Guy had a game-high 16 stops for the Wildcats as the UK defense got in the backfield 10 times, including two sacks. Dixon took his first snaps at quarterback this season, running the option play on the first series of the game, helping the Bucs pick up a couple of first downs after an illegal block started the drive on the CSU eight yardline. Dixon and the offense moved the ball up near midfield before having to punt it away. The Bucs were forced to punt eight times, averaging 29.8 yards per punt as they consistently aimed away from Randall Cobb, a tactic that both teams would use during the game as UK aimed the ball away from Stevenson for the majority of the game.

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7 7 7 0 21 14 14 7 14 49 Team Stats 1st Downs Rushes-Yds Passing Yds Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Punt Ret.-Yds Kickoff Ret.-Yds Interceptions.-Yds Punt-Avg Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conv. 4th Down Conv. RZ Scores-Chances Sacks-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

CSU

UK

15 48-140 129 15-18-0 269 2--1 5-65 1-0 8-29.8 0-0 4-33 40:00 5-16 2-2 3-3 0-0 3-3 0-0

20 27-228 274 16-28-1 502 1-13 3-42 0-0 2-41.5 1-1 5-35 20:00 5-11 0-1 3-4 2-15 7-7 0-0

SCORING SUMMARY

1st Quarter 07:04 UK 03:41 CSU 02:32 UK 2nd Quarter 07:40 CSU 03:21 UK 01:01 UK 3rd Quarter 14:04 UK 06:09 CSU 4th Quarter 12:50 UK 09:06 UK

Russell 25 yd run (McIntosh kick) Stevenson 12 yd run (Brown kick) Williams 41 yd run (McIntosh kick) Lee 17 yd pass from Trudnowski (Brown kick) Matthews 53 yd pass from Hartline (McIntosh kick) Williams 3 yd run (McIntosh kick) Cobb 36 yd pass from Hartline (McIntosh kick) Moon 1 yd run (Brown kick) Williams 3 yd run (McIntosh kick) Russell 17 yd run (McIntosh kick)

Individual Leaders Rushing Dixon Moon Passing Trudnowski Dixon Receiving Lee Stevenson

CSU

No. 19 9 C-A-I 8-10-0 7-8-0 Rec. 6 5

Yds 96 42 Yds 84 45 Yds 38 68

TD 0 1 TD 1 0 TD 1 0

UK

Rushing No. Yds Donald Russell 10 110 CoShik Williams 13 95 Passing C-A-I Yds Mike Hartline 15-24-1 272 Receiving Rec. Yds Randall Cobb 4 101 Chris Matthews 4 92

TD 2 3 TD 2 TD 1 1


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Game

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Presbyterian Coll. (1-9, 1-5) vs. Charleston Southern (3-7, 1-4) November 13, 2010 - Charleston, S.C. - Attend: 3,429

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14 3 7 15 39 7 21 14 0 42 Team Stats 1st Downs Rushes-Yds Passing Yds Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Punt Ret.-Yds Kickoff Ret.-Yds Interceptions.-Yds Punt-Avg Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time 3rd Down Conv. 4th Down Conv. RZ Scores-Chances Sacks-Yards PAT Kicks Field Goals

PC

CSU

24 42-243 249 13-32-1 492 0-0 6-131 0-0 5-20.2 3-0 7-53 29:19 6-17 2-3 4-4 1-5 4-4 1-1

18 47-197 173 12-15-0 370 1-6 2-25 1-0 4-35.5 0-0 3-25 30:41 5-11 0-2 4-4 1-12 6-6 0-0

SCORING SUMMARY

1st Quarter 10:29 PC Dendy 6 yd run (Miller kick) 06:02 PC Dendy 3 yd run (Miller kick) 01:31 CSU Moon 3 yd run (Brown kick) 2nd Quarter 14:53 CSU 07:30 CSU 05:41 CSU 01:16 PC 3rd Quarter 13:53 CSU 11:54 PC 06:55 CSU 4th Quarter 08:02 PC 01:39 PC

Atkinson 10 yd pass from Dixon (Brown kick) Chalmers 7 yd pass from Dixon (Brown kick) Krakue 29 yd pass from Stevenson (Brown kick) Miller 20 yd field goal Broome 37 yd pass from Dixon (Brown kick) Cole 53 yd pass from Singer (Miller kick) Stevenson 8 yd pass from Dixon (Brown kick) Ruff 54 yd pass from Singer (Overholt rush) Singer 10 yd run (Miller kick)

Individual Leaders Rushing Dendy Singer Passing Singer Gary Receiving Bumgarner Cole

PC

No. Yds 26 105 6 86 C-A-I Yds 10-26-1 208 3-6-0 41 Rec. Yds 4 35 3 91

TD 2 1 TD 2 0 TD 0 1

CSU

Rushing No. DeMarcus Moon 20 Malcolm Dixon 15 Passing C-A-I Malcolm Dixon 8-11 Andrew Trudnowski 3-3 Receiving Rec. Gerald Stevenson 3 Kwame Krakue 2

Yds 77 62 Yds 130 14 Yds 22 55

TD 1 0 TD 4 0 TD 1 1

CSU Holds off Late PC Charge For 42-39 Victory on Senior Day Charleston Southern scored 28 unanswered points in the first half and led by as many as 18, holding on late to earn the first Big South victory over the season, 42-39 over Presbyterian College. CSU (3-7, 1-4) won its first game since a 28-14 win over Mars Hill on September 18, breaking a six-game losing streak that included two FBS opponents. The victory is the fifth-straight victory for CSU over Presbyterian College (1-9, 1-5) and came on a day in which the Bucs honored the seniors as well as the 2005 Big South Championship team. Despite being outgained 492 to 370 in total offensive yards, and giving up two quick touchdowns to start the game, the Bucs took a 21-14 lead with 7:30 left in the first half and didn’t look back. The Bucs took full advantage of PC’s decision to kick away from Gerald Stevenson, holding an average starting field position of the 40 yardline, giving them a short field for the majority of the game. For the second time this season and the first since playing Gardner-Webb on October 16, the Buccaneers gained more yards on the ground than through the air, thanks in large part to freshman quarterback Malcom Dixon, who lined up behind center for the second time this year. Dixon completed eight of his 11 passes for 130 yards and four touchdowns, marking the second time this season and the first since the first game of the year, that a Buccaneer quarterback has tossed four touchdown passes. Dixon also had 62 yards rushing on 15 carries, second on the team only to senior DeMarcus Moon, who carried the ball 20 times for 77 yards and a touchdown, leaving him one shy of tying the school record for touchdowns in a season. Gerald Stevenson had just three receptions for 22 yards but was one of five CSU receivers to catch a touchdown pass. Stevenson also threw one to Kwame Krakue that put CSU up 28-14 in the second quarter. Combined with Dixon’s four touchdowns, CSU had five passing touchdowns for the first time since doing so against Edward Waters in 2008. Chris Kuzdale led the defense for CSU with 12 tackles, while Chris Patrick had 11, including three tackles-for-loss, combining with Joel Walton for the lone sack of the day. Charles James tallied his sixth interception of the season, tying him with Philip Ashley for the school record.

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Charleston Southern (3-8, 1-5) vs. Coastal Carolina (6-5, 5-1) November 20, 2010 - Conway, S.C. - Attend: 7,503

CSU Football Season Ends with 70-3 Loss at Coastal Carolina Charleston Southern went to Coastal Carolina for the final game of the 2010 season with hopes of ending the season with a victory and ending CCU’s hopes of tying for the Big South Championship. Things did not go the way that CSU (3-8, 1-5) had hoped, as they fell 70-3 to the Chanticleers (6-5, 5-1), who will wait and see the victor in the Liberty vs. Stony Brook contest to see if they will share the Big South title. The three points was the lowest total by CSU since being shut out against South Florida last year, 59-0 and the 67 point deficit was the largest in school history. “Well it was certainly a disappointment and not the way we had anticipated ending the season,” said Head Coach Jay Mills. “I thought we had finally found an identity the last couple of weeks after the loss of some key individuals. We got off to a slow start and played poorly in all three phases of the game. We were out played, we were outcoached from the outset to the end of the game.” The Bucs had 218 yards of total offense, the lowest output of the season, while Coastal Carolina managed 457 yards, 248 through the air. Gerald Stevenson finished his career atop the receiving charts for CSU on the day with three receptions and 44 yards, and has certainly placed himself among the leaders in multiple categories at CSU, including receiving yards, receptions, all-purpose yards, kick return yards and kick returns for a touchdown. Malcom Dixon carried the ball 14 times for 24 yards. Andrew Trudnowski split time behind center for the third game in a row, completing seven of his 16 pass attempts for 70 yards, while Dixon completed six of eight pass attempts for 61 yards. Fred Godfrey had nine tackles to lead CSU, while Chris Patrick had eight and Jaurvontae Phipps had a career-high seven, including a tackle for loss. Matt Hardy recovered a fumble, the lone turnover for CSU, while the Bucs turned the ball over three times (two fumbles, one interception). For Coastal, Zach MacDowall completed 15-of20 passes for 248 yards and five touchdowns, tying former Buccaneer Collin Drafts for touchdown passes in a game. Eric O’Neal rushed the ball 11 times for 65 yards and a touchdown, while MacDowall and Anthony Frye also found the endzone on the ground.

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CSU

CCU

10 34-87 131 13-25-1 218 0-0 9-164 0-0 7-37.1 3-2 6-55 30:27 5-16 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 1-1

24 40-209 248 15-20-0 457 5-159 2-90 1-66 2-19.5 1-1 5-50 29:33 5-11 3-3 5-5 3-17 10-10 0-0

SCORING SUMMARY

1st Quarter 11:26 CCU 07:20 CCU 4:40 CSU 01:41 CCU 2nd Quarter 04:58 CCU 02:26 CCU 3rd Quarter 14:04 CCU 07:14 CCU 04:35 CCU 4th Quarter 13:47 CCU 03:27 CCU

Whitley 25 yd pass from MacDowall (Durham kick) O’Neal 23 yd pass from MacDowall (Durham kick) Brown 43 yd field goal Gause 7 yd pass from MacDowall (Durham kick) Henderson 66 yd interception return (Durham kick) Mastromatteo 91 yd punt return (Durham kick) O’Neal 7 yd run (Durham kick) Childers 12 yd pass from MacDowall (Durham kick) Hazel 39 yd pass from MacDowall (Durham kick) MacDowall 8 yd run (Durham kick) Frye 7 yd run (Durham kick)

Individual Leaders Rushing Dixon Bryant Passing Trudnowski Dixon Receiving Stevenson Lee

CSU

No. 14 5 C-A-I 7-16-0 6-8-0 Rec. 3 3

Yds 24 15 Yds 70 61 Yds 44 26

TD 0 0 TD 0 0 TD 0 0

Rushing O’Neal Jones Passing MacDowall Receiving Whitley Willis

CCU

No. Yds 11 65 7 64 C-A-I Yds 15-20-0 248 Rec. 5 3

Yds 70 49

TD 1 0 TD 5 TD 1 0


2010 Season Results * * * * * *

Date Sep 04, 2010 Sep 11, 2010 Sep 18, 2010 Sep 25, 2010 Oct. 9, 2010 Oct 16, 2010 Oct 23, 2010 Oct 30, 2010 Nov 06, 2010 Nov 13, 2010 Nov 20, 2010

Opponent NORTH GREENVILLE W WOFFORD MARS HILL W at Hawaii at #24 Liberty GARDNER-WEBB VMI at Stony Brook at Kentucky PRESBYTERIAN COLL. W at Coastal Carolina

Score 41-31 23-34 L 28-14 7-66 L 20-44 L 25-35 L 16-34 L 21-41 L 21-49 L 42-39 3-70 L

Overall 1-0-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 2-2-0 2-3-0 2-4-0 2-5-0 2-6-0 2-7-0 3-7-0 3-8-0

Conference 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 0-3-0 0-4-0 0-4-0 1-4-0 1-5-0

Time Attend 2:59 3421 2:50 3297 2:50 3021 3:29 30300 3:13 18587 3:27 3124 3:29 3476 2:24 4007 2:59 61884 3:08 3429 2:48 7503

* indicates conference game

2010 Game-by-Game Starters Game

QB

RB

North Greenville

Toscano

Wofford

Toscano

Mars Hill at Hawaii at Liberty

WR

WR

WR

TE

LT

Moon

Lee

Krakue

Stevenson

Atkinson

McFatter

Moon

Nunley

Krakue

Stevenson

Atkinson

McFatter

Toscano

Moon

Nunley

Krakue

Stevenson

Atkinson

Toscano

Moon

Nunley

Krakue

Chalmers

Atkinson

Toscano

Moon

LG

C

RG

RT

Wharton Lancaster

Baker

Nicholson

Wharton Lancaster

Baker

Nicholson

McFatter

Wharton Lancaster

Baker

Nicholson

McFatter

Wharton Lancaster

Baker

Nicholson

Nunley

Krakue

Stevenson

Atkinson

McFatter

Wharton Lancaster

Baker

Nicholson

Gardner-Webb

Trudnowski Moon

Lee

Krakue

Stevenson

Atkinson

McFatter

Wharton Lancaster

Baker

Nicholson

VMI

Trudnowski Moon

Lee

Krakue

Stevenson

Atkinson

McFatter

Wharton Lancaster

Baker

Nicholson

at Stony Brook

Trudnowski Moon

Lee

Krakue

Stevenson

Atkinson

McFatter

Wharton Lancaster

Baker

Nicholson

at Kentucky

Trudnowski Moon

Lee

Spears (TE) Stevenson

Atkinson

McFatter

Wharton Lancaster

Baker

Nicholson

Moon

Lee

Krakue

Stevenson

Atkinson

McFatter

Wharton Lancaster

Baker

Nicholson

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Lee

Krakue

Stevenson

Atkinson

McFatter

Wharton Lancaster

Baker

Nicholson

FS

CB

Presbyterian Coll.

Game

Dixon

LE

DT

NT

RE

SPUR

MLB

WLB

BANDIT

CB

North Greenville

Jackson

Walton

Carter

Hunt

Sweatt

Godfrey

Patrick

Kuzdale

Johnson

Dieudonne Bazile

Wofford

Jackson

Walton

Carter

Hunt

Sweatt

Godfrey

Patrick

Kuzdale

Hardy

Dieudonne Bazile

Mars Hill

Jackson

Walton

Carter

Hunt

Sweatt

Godfrey

Patrick

Kuzdale

Hardy

Dieudonne Bazile

at Hawaii

Jackson

Walton

Carter

Hunt

Sweatt

Godfrey

Patrick

Kuzdale

James

Dieudonne Bazile

at Liberty

Sterling

Walton

Carter

Hunt

Sweatt

Godfrey

Patrick

Kuzdale

James

Dieudonne Bazile

Gardner-Webb

Sterling

Walton

Carter

Hunt

Cravey

Godfrey

Patrick

Kuzdale

James

Dieudonne Bazile

VMI

Sterling

Walton

Carter

Hunt

Sweatt

Godfrey

Patrick

Freeman

James

Dieudonne Bazile

at Stony Brook

Sterling

Walton

Carter

Brown

Sweatt

Godfrey

Patrick

Fulford

James

Dieudonne Bazile

at Kentucky

Sterling

Walton

Carter

Brown

Sweatt

Godfrey

Patrick

Kuzdale

James

Fulford

Bazile

Presbyterian Coll.

Sterling

Walton

Carter

Brown

Sweatt

Godfrey

Patrick

Kuzdale

James

Fulford

Bazile

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Sterling

Walton

Carter

Brown

Sweatt

Godfrey

Patrick

Kuzdale

James

Fulford

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2010 Individual Statistics RUSHING MOON, DeMarcus STEVENSON, Gerald DIXON, Malcolm HACKWORTH, B.J. ALLEN, Teddy TOSCANO, A.J. SEWARD, Savon NUNLEY, James BRYANT, Keelyan KUZDALE, Chris HATCHER, Derek MOUNCE, Richard LEE, Deon TEAM TRUDNOWSKI, Andrew BROWN, Andy Total.......... Opponents......

GP 11 10 6 10 6 5 9 7 9 9 3 5 9 5 7 11 11 11

PASSING TRUDNOWSKI, Andrew TOSCANO, A.J. DIXON, Malcolm MOUNCE, Richard STEVENSON, Gerald HATCHER, Derek Total.......... Opponents......

G 7 5 6 5 10 3 11 11

RECEIVING STEVENSON, Gerald KRAKUE, Kwame LEE, Deon CHALMERS, Anthony ATKINSON, Josh MOON, DeMarcus NUNLEY, James BROOME, Kirby HACKWORTH, B.J. SEWARD, Savon BRYANT, Keelyan ALLEN, Teddy DETERLIZZI, Mike PERERA, Nathan Total.......... Opponents......

G 10 11 9 8 11 11 7 10 10 9 9 6 10 6 11 11

No. 54 32 30 22 16 15 14 7 3 3 2 1 1 1 202 165

Yds 777 461 316 274 120 104 207 92 35 22 14 6 1 0 2423 2618

Avg 14.4 14.4 10.5 12.5 7.5 6.9 14.8 13.1 11.7 7.3 7.0 6.0 1.0 0.0 12.0 15.9

TD 3 4 4 4 2 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 22 24

PUNT RETURNS STEVENSON, Gerald PHIPPS, Jaurvontae JAMES, Charles BAZILE, Jacques CHALMERS, Anthony Total.......... Opponents......

No. 10 1 1 1 1 14 19

Yds 92 2 -2 6 6 104 310

Avg 9.2 2.0 -2.0 6.0 6.0 7.4 16.3

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Long 32 2 0 6 6 32 91

INTERCEPTIONS JAMES, Charles DIEUDONNE, Daniel MIDDLEBROOK, Gabe HARRIS, Mareece PHIPPS, Jaurvontae KUZDALE, Chris BAZILE, Jacques Total.......... Opponents......

No. 6 2 1 1 1 1 1 13 12

Yds 0 0 11 0 0 0 1 12 253

Avg 0.0 0.0 11.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.9 21.1

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Long 0 0 11 0 0 0 1 11 66

KICK RETURNS STEVENSON, Gerald NUNLEY, James LEE, Deon SEWARD, Savon BRYANT, Calvin BRYANT, Keelyan STERLING, Cornelius KRAKUE, Kwame SWEATT, Bradley Total.......... Opponents......

No. 22 8 8 5 2 2 2 2 1 52 40

Yds 613 123 157 56 15 32 5 12 4 1017 746

Avg 27.9 15.4 19.6 11.2 7.5 16.0 2.5 6.0 4.0 19.6 18.6

TD 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0

Long 100 25 35 22 10 19 4 10 4 100 78

FUMBLE RETURNS Total.......... Opponents......

No. 0 2

Yds 0 19

Avg 0.0 9.5

TD 0 0

Long 0 11

FIELD GOALS PAGLIA, John BROWN, Andy

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Att 131 46 48 39 24 29 13 5 12 1 3 8 4 6 24 2 395 415

Gain 474 234 219 188 85 92 51 35 35 0 3 14 0 0 30 0 1460 2452

Loss 18 16 37 6 6 31 19 4 12 6 9 24 13 16 65 35 317 189

Net 456 218 182 182 79 61 32 31 23 -6 -6 -10 -13 -16 -35 -35 1143 2263

Avg 3.5 4.7 3.8 4.7 3.3 2.1 2.5 6.2 1.9 -6.0 -2.0 -1.2 -3.2 -2.7 -1.5 -17.5 2.9 5.5

TD 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 34

Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct 110.82 93-173-6 53.8 143.14 82-135-4 60.7 200.09 21-27-0 77.8 38.29 3-7-1 42.9 376.80 2-3-1 66.7 116.80 1-1-0 100.0 131.25 202-346-12 58.4 143.17 165-306-13 53.9

Yds 1043 1066 236 20 56 2 2423 2618

TD 7 9 4 0 2 0 22 24

Long 69 41 38 32 19 24 48 37 22 20 9 6 1 0 69 66

Avg/G 77.7 41.9 35.1 34.2 10.9 9.5 29.6 9.2 3.5 2.4 1.6 1.0 0.1 0.0 220.3 238.0

FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 3-8 37.5 0-0 0-0 2-3 1-1 100.0 0-0 0-0 0-0

40-49 50-99 1-4 0-1 1-1 0-0

Long Avg/G 16 41.5 22 21.8 30 30.3 16 18.2 20 13.2 14 12.2 20 3.6 16 4.4 19 2.6 0 -0.7 3 -2.0 8 -2.0 0 -1.4 0 -3.2 7 -5.0 0 -3.2 30 103.9 76 205.7 Lng 69 48 37 15 29 2 69 66

Lg 45 43

Avg/G 149.0 213.2 39.3 4.0 5.6 0.7 220.3 238.0

Blk 0 0

FG SEQUENCE NGU Wofford Mars Hill Hawai`i Liberty Gardner-Webb VMI Stony Brook Kentucky Presbyterian Coll. Coastal Carolina

Charleston Southern OPPONENTS - (26) 40,(45) (30),29,(39) 30,43 48 (21) - (26),37 (33) 50,(38) (30),(34) - 48,29 - - (20) (43) Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

|------ PATs ------| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush MOON, DeMarcus 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 STEVENSON, Gerald 7 0-0 0-0 0-1 LEE, Deon 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 CHALMERS, Anthony 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 KRAKUE, Kwame 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 BROWN, Andy 0 1-1 19-19 0-0 PAGLIA, John 0 3-8 10-12 0-0 ATKINSON, Josh 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 NUNLEY, James 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 HACKWORTH, B.J. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 BROOME, Kirby 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 TRUDNOWSKI, Andrew 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Total.......... 34 4-9 29-31 0-1 Opponents...... 62 8-12 55-58 1-1

Rcv 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

TOTAL OFFENSE TOSCANO, A.J. TRUDNOWSKI, Andrew MOON, DeMarcus DIXON, Malcolm STEVENSON, Gerald HACKWORTH, B.J. ALLEN, Teddy SEWARD, Savon NUNLEY, James BRYANT, Keelyan MOUNCE, Richard HATCHER, Derek KUZDALE, Chris LEE, Deon TEAM BROWN, Andy Total.......... Opponents......

G 5 7 11 6 10 10 6 9 7 9 5 3 9 9 5 11 11 11

Plays Rush 164 61 197 -35 131 456 75 182 49 218 39 182 24 79 13 32 5 31 12 23 15 -10 4 -6 1 -6 4 -13 6 -16 2 -35 741 1143 721 2263

Pass 1066 1043 0 236 56 0 0 0 0 0 20 2 0 0 0 0 2423 2618

Total 1127 1008 456 418 274 182 79 32 31 23 10 -4 -6 -13 -16 -35 3566 4881

Avg/G 225.4 144.0 41.5 69.7 27.4 18.2 13.2 3.6 4.4 2.6 2.0 -1.3 -0.7 -1.4 -3.2 -3.2 324.2 443.7

ALL PURPOSE STEVENSON, Gerald MOON, DeMarcus KRAKUE, Kwame LEE, Deon NUNLEY, James CHALMERS, Anthony HACKWORTH, B.J. DIXON, Malcolm ATKINSON, Josh SEWARD, Savon BROOME, Kirby ALLEN, Teddy BRYANT, Keelyan TOSCANO, A.J. BRYANT, Calvin MIDDLEBROOK, Gabe BAZILE, Jacques STERLING, Cornelius SWEATT, Bradley PHIPPS, Jaurvontae DETERLIZZI, Mike JAMES, Charles KUZDALE, Chris HATCHER, Derek MOUNCE, Richard TEAM BROWN, Andy TRUDNOWSKI, Andrew Total.......... Opponents......

G 10 11 11 9 7 8 10 6 11 9 10 6 9 5 10 10 11 11 11 9 10 9 9 3 5 5 11 7 11 11

Rush Rec 218 777 456 104 0 461 -13 316 31 207 0 274 182 35 182 0 0 120 32 22 0 92 79 6 23 14 61 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 -6 0 -6 0 -10 0 -16 0 -35 0 -35 -6 1143 2423 2263 2618

PR 92 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 2 0 -2 0 0 0 0 0 0 104 310

KOR 613 0 12 157 123 0 0 0 0 56 0 0 32 0 15 0 0 5 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1017 746

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 253

Pass DXP 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1-2 0 1-2 0 2-3 0

Tot 1700 560 473 460 361 280 217 182 120 110 92 85 69 61 15 11 7 5 4 2 1 -2 -6 -6 -10 -16 -35 -41 4699 6190

Saf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg/G 170.0 50.9 43.0 51.1 51.6 35.0 21.7 30.3 10.9 12.2 9.2 14.2 7.7 12.2 1.5 1.1 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.2 0.1 -0.2 -0.7 -2.0 -2.0 -3.2 -3.2 -5.9 427.2 562.7

Points 54 44 24 24 24 22 19 12 12 6 6 0 247 457


2010 Defensive Statistics |-------Tackles-------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd DEFENSIVE LEADERS GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf 5 PATRICK, Chris 11 33 57 90 10.5-39 2-14 . 2 5 . 1 . . 46 GODFREY, Fred 11 17 47 64 8.0-29 2-13 . 4 4 . . . . 54 STERLING, Cornelius 11 20 37 57 3.5-11 . . 1 5 . . . . 24 KUZDALE, Chris 9 24 32 56 1.0-4 . 1-0 2 . 1-0 . . . 36 SWEATT, Bradley 11 22 25 47 1.0-2 . . 1 1 . . . . 39 DIEUDONNE, Daniel 10 18 27 45 0.5-1 . 2-0 2 . . 1 . . 1 JAMES, Charles 9 25 15 40 1.0-1 . 6-0 11 . . . . . 38 CAMPBELL, O’Brian 9 15 13 28 1.5-9 . . . . . . . . 13 BAZILE, Jacques 11 12 16 28 1.5-5 . 1-1 5 . . 1 . . 93 WALTON, Joel 11 5 18 23 6.0-18 3-7 . . 5 . 2 1 . 80 HUNT, William 11 6 17 23 1.5-8 1-7 . . 4 1-0 . . . 42 FREEMAN, Demaris 8 9 14 23 . . . . . 1-0 . . . 50 HARRIS, Mareece 11 8 14 22 1.5-5 . 1-0 . 2 . . . . 9 FULFORD, Jordan 9 8 13 21 1.0-2 . . 3 . . . . . 17 HARDY, Matt 11 9 11 20 0.5-3 . . 2 . 1-0 . . . 58 BROWN, Antonio 11 2 15 17 0.5-1 . . . . . . . . 27 WALD, Austin 9 4 12 16 . . . . . . . . . 91 CARTER, Jacque 11 7 8 15 3.5-11 1-1 . . . . . . . 45 JACKSON, David 4 5 10 15 2.0-4 . . . . . . . . 47 PHIPPS, Jaurvontae 9 8 6 14 0.5-1 . 1-0 5 . . . . . 90 WOODS, Matt 9 2 12 14 1.5-6 1-5 . . 2 1-0 . . . 6 BRYANT, Calvin 10 5 8 13 1.5-3 . . . . 1-0 1 . . 20 JOHNSON, Kenny 11 5 8 13 . . . . . . . 2 . 29 NUNLEY, James 7 3 6 9 . . . . . . . . . 72 JOSEPH, Coril 10 2 7 9 1.5-3 . . . 1 . . . . 22 CRAVEY, L.B. 11 4 5 9 . . . . . . . . . 52 MIDDLEBROOK, Gabe 10 3 6 9 . . 1-11 1 . . . 1 . 92 MIDDLETON, Damon 10 2 6 8 . . . . . . . . . 89 BROWN, Wes 10 3 4 7 1.0-3 1-3 . . 1 . . . . 99 KING, Delvon 10 2 5 7 2.5-5 . . . 1 . . . . 95 KEARSE, Nate 7 1 6 7 0.5-1 1-0 . . 1 . . . . 37 COBELL, Logan 5 4 2 6 1.5-6 1-5 . . . . . . . 33 VOCE, Cory 2 1 5 6 0.5-1 . . . . . . . . 85 BOWEN, David 5 . 2 2 . . . . . . . . . 7 ATKINSON, Josh 11 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 44 BRYANT, Keelyan 9 . 2 2 . . . . . . . . . 86 PERERA, Nathan 6 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 98 BAILEY, Kendricks 8 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 88 BROOME, Kirby 10 . 1 1 . . . . . 1-0 . . . 30 PAGLIA, John 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 14 KRAKUE, Kwame 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 3 STEVENSON, Gerald 10 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . Total.......... 11 301 492 793 56-182 10-55 13-12 39 32 7-0 6 4 . Opponents...... 11 - - - - 17-97 12-253 22 16 12-19 12 . .

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2010 Team Comparison

TEAM STATISTICS CSU OPP SCORING 247 457 Points Per Game 22.5 41.5 FIRST DOWNS 185 227 Rushing 71 104 Passing 105 106 Penalty 9 17 RUSHING YARDAGE 1143 2263 Yards gained rushing 1460 2452 Yards lost rushing 317 189 Rushing Attempts 395 415 Average Per Rush 2.9 5.5 Average Per Game 103.9 205.7 TDs Rushing 9 34 PASSING YARDAGE 2423 2618 Comp-Att-Int 202-346-12 165-306-13 Average Per Pass 7.0 8.6 Average Per Catch 12.0 15.9 Average Per Game 220.3 238.0 TDs Passing 22 24 TOTAL OFFENSE 3566 4881 Total Plays 741 721 Average Per Play 4.8 6.8 Average Per Game 324.2 443.7 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 52-1017 40-746 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 14-104 19-310 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 13-12 12-253 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 19.6 18.6 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 7.4 16.3 INT RETURN AVERAGE 0.9 21.1 FUMBLES-LOST 23-12 16-7 PENALTIES-Yards 63-539 71-597 Average Per Game 49.0 54.3 PUNTS-Yards 59-2013 44-1597 Average Per Punt 34.1 36.3 Net punt average 28.2 31.2 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 31:45 28:14 3RD-DOWN Conversions 65/169 52/137 3rd-Down Pct 38% 38% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 2/18 11/20 4th-Down Pct 11% 55% SACKS BY-Yards 10-55 17-97 MISC YARDS 16 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 34 62 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 4-9 8-12 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-2 2-6 RED-ZONE SCORES (21-28) 75% (43-53) 81% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (20-28) 71% (35-53) 66% PAT-ATTEMPTS (29-31) 94% (55-58) 95% ATTENDANCE 19768 122281 Games/Avg Per Game 6/3295 5/24456 Neutral Site Games 0/0 Score by Quarter

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1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Total

Charleston Southern

61

76

61

49

247

Opponents

110

120

73

154

457


2010 Team Game-by-Game Statistics Date Sep 04, 2010 Sep 11, 2010 Sep 18, 2010 Sep 25, 2010 Oct 09, 2010 Oct 16, 2010 Oct 23, 2010 Oct 30, 2010 Nov 06, 2010 Nov 13, 2010 Nov 20, 2010

|---RUSHING---| |--RECEIVING--| |-------PASSING-------| |--KICK RET--| |--PUNT RET--| tot Opponent No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD Lg Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Lg NGU 35 165 2 20 18 249 4 33 18-28-0 249 4 33 WOFFORD 36 120 1 16 26 256 2 27 26-42-1 256 2 27 MARS HILL 31 56 1 14 17 389 3 48 17-27-1 389 3 48 at Hawai`i 41 52 0 20 19 175 1 25 19-36-2 175 1 25 at Liberty 30 71 0 14 22 235 2 25 22-33-2 235 2 25 GARDNER-WEBB 33 150 0 22 13 132 1 22 13-39-1 132 1 22 VMI 33 60 0 9 25 326 2 69 25-53-4 326 2 69 at Stony Brook 27 45 2 16 22 228 1 41 22-30-0 228 1 41 at Kentucky 48 140 2 30 15 129 1 38 15-18-0 129 1 38 PRESBYTERIAN COLL. 47 197 1 18 12 173 5 37 12-15-0 173 5 37 at Coastal Carolina 34 87 0 19 13 131 0 29 13-25-1 131 0 29

No 1 5 1 9 6 6 5 3 5 2 9

Totals Opponent

52 1017 3 100 14 104 0 40 746 0 78 19 310 2

395 1143 9 415 2263 34

30 76

202 2423 165 2618

22 24

69 66

202-346-12 165-306-13

2423 22 2618 24

69 66

Yds 2 87 26 148 164 262 59 15 65 25 164

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

Lg No Yds TD 2 2 20 0 29 1 11 0 26 3 13 0 25 0 0 0 100 1 6 0 92 2 34 0 23 2 15 0 10 0 0 0 17 2 -1 0 20 1 6 0 35 0 0 0

Lg 10 11 9 0 6 32 10 0 1 6 0

off 414 376 445 227 306 282 386 273 269 370 218

32 3566 91 4881

Games played: 11 Avg per rush: 2.9 Avg per catch: 12.0 Pass efficiency: 131.25 Kick ret avg: 19.6 Punt ret avg: 7.4 All purpose avg/game: 427.2 Total offense avg/gm: 324. |---TACKLES---| |-SACKS-| |-FUMBLE-| Pass Blkd |-Kicks--XPTS-| Date Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds QBH Brk Kick Att-Mad Run Rcv Saf Pts Sep 04, 2010 NGU 34 68 102 6.0-25 1-7 0 0-0 1-0 7 2 1 5-5 0 0 0 41 Sep 11, 2010 WOFFORD 19 60 79 7.0-19 1-5 1 1-0 0-0 1 1 0 3-2 0 0 0 23 Sep 18, 2010 MARS HILL 24 54 78 11.0-37 4-9 1 1-0 3-1 4 6 1 4-4 0 0 0 28 Sep 25, 2010 at Hawai`i 26 14 40 3.0-11 1-5 0 1-0 3-11 0 4 0 1-1 0 0 0 7 Oct 09, 2010 at Liberty 30 46 76 3.0-7 0-0 0 0-0 3-0 1 5 0 2-2 0 0 0 20 Oct 16, 2010 GARDNER-WEBB 29 64 93 6.0-23 3-10 2 1-0 1-0 7 3 0 2-2 0 1 0 25 Oct 23, 2010 VMI 28 30 58 5.0-12 1-7 1 1-0 0-0 5 10 0 2-1 0 0 0 16 Oct 30, 2010 at Stony Brook 32 32 64 2.0-4 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 3-3 0 0 0 21 Nov 06, 2010 at Kentucky 23 32 55 2.0-4 0-0 1 1-0 1-0 4 3 0 3-3 0 0 0 21 Nov 13, 2010 PRESBYTERIAN COLL. 28 52 80 5.0-21 2-12 0 0-0 1-0 3 4 1 6-6 0 0 0 42 Nov 20, 2010 at Coastal Carolina 28 40 68 6.0-19 0-0 0 1-0 0-0 0 1 0 0-0 0 0 0 3

Totals Opponent

301 286

492 564

793 850

56.0-182 68.0-279

13-55 17-97

6 12

7-0 12-19

13-12 12-253

32 16

39 22

4 0

31-29 58-55

0 1

1 2

0 247 0 457

|---------------------------PUNTING---------------------------| |--FIELD GOALS--| |------KICKOFFS------| Date Opponent No Yds Avg Long Blkd TB FC 50+ I20 Att-Made Lg BlkdNo Yds Avg TB OB Sep 04, 2010 NGU 3 92 30.7 34 0 0 1 0 1 0-0 0 0 7 413 59.0 1 0 Sep 11, 2010 WOFFORD 5 155 31.0 53 0 0 3 1 0 2-1 45 0 5 287 57.4 0 0 Sep 18, 2010 MARS HILL 4 174 43.5 52 0 1 1 1 3 2-0 0 0 5 311 62.2 1 0 Sep 25, 2010 at Hawai`i 6 208 34.7 46 0 0 0 0 0 1-0 0 0 2 117 58.5 0 0 Oct 09, 2010 at Liberty 4 132 33.0 42 0 0 2 0 1 0-0 0 0 3 184 61.3 1 0 Oct 16, 2010 GARDNER-WEBB 7 259 37.0 54 0 1 0 1 2 1-1 33 0 5 289 57.8 0 1 Oct 23, 2010 VMI 6 213 35.5 45 0 0 2 0 0 2-1 38 0 4 226 56.5 0 0 Oct 30, 2010 at Stony Brook 5 140 28.0 36 0 0 1 0 1 0-0 0 0 3 194 64.7 0 0 Nov 06, 2010 at Kentucky 8 238 29.8 41 0 0 2 0 0 0-0 0 0 4 173 43.2 0 1 Nov 13, 2010 PRESBYTERIAN COLL. 4 142 35.5 42 0 0 2 0 1 0-0 0 0 7 446 63.7 1 0 Nov 20, 2010 at Coastal Carolina 7 260 37.1 50 0 0 2 1 0 1-1 43 0 2 114 57.0 0 0

Totals Opponent

59 44

2013 1597

34.1 36.3

54 57

0 0

2 6

16 10

4 6

9 11

9-4 12-8

45 39

0 47 1 75

2754 58.6 4177 55.7

4 11

2 3

2010 Big South Conference Standings

Big South Team Record Pct Home Away Neutral Streak Coastal Carolina 5-1 .833 2-1 3-0 - W4 Stony Brook 5-1 .833 3-0 2-1 - L1 Liberty 5-1 .833 3-0 2-1 - W1 Gardner-Webb 2-4 .333 1-2 1-2 - W1 VMI 2-4 .333 1-2 1-2 - L2 Charleston Southern 1-5 .167 1-2 0-3 - L1 Presbyterian 1-5 .167 0-3 1-2 - L3

Overall Record 6-6 6-5 8-3 4-7 3-8 3-8 2-9

Pct Home Away Neutral Streak .500 3-3 3-3 - L1 .545 4-1 2-4 - L1 .727 5-0 3-3 - W1 .364 2-3 2-4 - W1 .273 2-2 1-6 - L4 .273 3-3 0-5 - L1 .182 1-4 1-5 - W1

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2010 Honors National Postseason Awards

Team Season Awards

AFCA Allstate Good Works team OL - Jordan Lancaster

CSU Sportsmanship Award DL - Joel Walton

AP All-American (2nd team) DB - Charles James

CSU Team MVP WR/KR - Gerald Stevenson

Phil Steele All-American (4th Team) KR - Gerald Stevenson

Team Captains (2010) QB - A.J. Toscano WR/KR - Gerald Stevenson DL - Joel Walton

Orangeburg Touchdown Club All-State Football Team WR - Gerald Stevenson LB - Chris Patrick DB - Charles James KR - Gerald Stevenson

Most Improved (Spring 2011) DL - Coril Joseph LB - Michael Chocholousek DB - Jordan Fulford OL - Jeff Hartung TE - Nathan Prater QB - Richard Mounce WR - Wes Murray RB - Teddy Allen

NSCA All-American DL - Joel Walton CFPA Kickoff Returner of the Year KR - Gerald Stevenson FCS Senior Scout Bowl Participant TE - Josh Atkinson K - John Paglia. WR - Gerald Stevenson DL - Joel Walton 2010 Fred Mitchell Award Watch List K - John Paglia ESPN the Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District LB - Brad Sweatt College Sporting News FCS National All-Star WR/KR - Gerald Stevenson (Oct. 18) The Sports Network National Player of the Week WR/KR - Gerald Stevenson (Oct. 18) CFPA Division I-FCS National Performer of the Week QB - A.J. Toscano (Sept. 4) (HM) DB - Charles James (Sept. 25) (HM) DB - Charles James (Oct. 9) (HM) WR/KR - Gerald Stevenson (Oct. 9) WR/KR - Gerald Stevenson (Oct. 16) WR/KR - Gerald Stevenson (Nov. 13) (HM) QB - Malcolm Dixon (Nov. 13) (HM) LB - Chris Patrick (Nov. 13) (HM)

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Edward A. Gadson Memorial Scholarship Recipient 2011 Zac Johnston 2010 L.B. Cravey 2009 Austin Bloedoorn 2008 Matt Bach 2007 Alex Thomas 2006 Darius Jackson

Conference Postseason Awards

First-Team All-Conference WR - Gerald Stevenson LB - Chris Patrick DB - Charles James KR - Gerald Stevenson

Second-Team All-Conference OL - Jordan Lancaster

Academic All-Conference LB - Brad Sweatt

Conference Weekly Awards Offensive Player of the Week September 18 vs. Mars Hill WR - Gerald Stevenson 6 rec., 198 yds, 33.0 avg Four 3rd-down conversions

Defensive Player of the Week October 9 vs. Liberty DB - Charles James 10 tackles, 3 INT, 4 PBU Set CSU record and tied BSC Record Special Teams Player of the Week September 18 vs. Mars Hill P - Andy Brown 4-174, 43.5 avg., 3-in20, 0 returns, 4-4 PATs October 9 vs. Liberty KR - Gerald Stevenson 3 ret.-146 yds, 1 TD, 100-yd KR TD October 16 vs. Gardner-Webb KR - Gerald Stevenson 5 ret.-243 yds, 2 TD, 48.6 avg., 389 all-purp Freshman of the Week September 18 vs. Mars Hill WR - James Nunley 4 rec.-102 yds, 1 TD 48-yard reception on games first play September 25 vs. Hawaii WR - James Nunley 139 all-purp, 108 KR, 11-yd TD rec. November 6 vs. Kentucky QB - Malcolm Dixon Rush: 19-96, 5.1 avg, Pass: 7-8, 45 yds


Buccaneers Charleston Southern

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Attempts Game: Season: Career: Yardage Game: Season: Career:

Rushing

Individual Categorical Records

31 by Vinson Blain at Liberty (10/3/98) 180 by Vinson Blain (1998) 505 by Collin Drafts (2003-06) 226 by Andre Copeland vs. WVWC (10/15/05) 774 by Vinson Blain (1998) 1,741 by D’Angelo Dereef (1991-94)

Touchdowns Game: 4 by Andre Copeland vs. WVWC (10/15/05) Season: 9 by Collin Drafts (2005) Career: 17 by Collin Drafts (2003-06) Attempts Game: Season: Career:

Passing 55 by Jake Sills vs. Liberty (11/10/01) 356 by Collin Drafts (2005) 1,344 by Collin Drafts (2003-06)

Completions Game: 34 by Eli Byrd vs. North Greenville (9/29/07) Season: 223 by Collin Drafts (2006) Career: 833 by Collin Drafts (2003-06) Yardage Game: 419 by Collin Drafts vs Allen (11/6/04) Season: 2,665 by Collin Drafts (2006) Career: 9,768 by Collin Drafts (2003-06) Longest Pass from Scrimmage: 95 yards from Jake Sills to Steve McCoy vs. Austin Peay (10/14/00) Touchdowns Game: 5 by Collin Drafts vs. N. Greenville (10/23/04); vs. The Citadel (9/9/2006) Season: 23 by Tribble Reese (2008) Career: 73 by Collin Drafts (2003-06) Completion Percentage Game (min. 10 att.): 82% (24-29) Collin Drafts vs. Allen (11/6/04) Season (min. 50 att.): 69.9% (223-319) Collin Drafts (2006) Career: (min. 100 att.) 62.0% (833-1344) Collin Drafts (2003-06) Receiving Receptions Game: 13 by Dee Brown vs. Wofford (9/8/07); by Maurice Price vs. Liberty (11/11/06); by Maurice Price vs. Liberty (11/12/05); by Eddie Gadson vs. Presbyterian (9/11/04) Season: 103 by Maurice Price (2006) Career: 202 by Maurice Price (2004-06) Yardage Game: Season: Career:

241 Brad Moultrie vs. Austin Peay (10/13/01) 1,063 by Aaron Dunklin (2003) 2,429 by Maurice Price (2004-06)

Touchdowns Game: 4 by Maurice Price vs. Savannah St. (10/22/05) Season: 10 by Brad Johnson (1994); by Maurice Price (2006) Career: 19 by Maurice Price (2004-06)

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Attempts Game: (11/10/07) Season: Career:

Total Offense

68 (20 rush, 48 pass) by Sidney Bryant vs. Presbyterian 492 (163 rush, 329 pass) by Collin Drafts (2003) 1,849 (505 rush, 1,344 pass) by Collin Drafts (2003-06)

Yardage Game: 452 (46 rush, 406 pass) by Collin Drafts vs. GardnerWebb (11/4/06) Season: 3,178 (513 rush, 2,665 pass) by Collin Drafts (2006) Career: 10,571 (803 rush, 9,768 pass) by Collin Drafts (2003-06) Touchdowns Game: 5 (1 rush, 4 pass) by Tribble Reese vs. Edward Waters (11/15/08) Season: 29 (9 rush, 20 pass) by Collin Drafts (2005) Career: 90 (17 rush, 73 pass) by Collin Drafts (2003-06) Placekicking Extra Points Attempted Game: 8 by Jason Trussell vs. Guilford (9/2/00); by Nick Ellis vs. WVWC (10/15/05) Season: 37 by Nick Ellis (2005) Career: 135 by Nick Ellis (2003-07) Extra Points Made Game: 8 by Jason Trussell vs. Guilford (9/2/00); by Nick Ellis vs. WVWC (10/15/05) Season: 35 by Nick Ellis (2005) Career: 127 by Nick Ellis (2003-07) Highest Season Percentage: 100.0 (19-19-) by Andy Brown (2010) Most Consecutive Made: 31 by Clint Kelly (1998-99) Field Goals Attempted Game: 5 by Jason Trussell vs. West Virginia State (9/16/00) Season: 22 by John Paglia (2009) Career: 45 by Nick Ellis (2003-07) Field Goals Made Game: 4 by Nick Ellis vs. Savannah State (10/6/07) Season: 16 by John Paglia (2009) Career: 29 by Nick Ellis (2003-07); by John Paglia (2007-10) Longest: 51 yards by John Paglia vs. Stony Brook (11/14/09) Highest Season % (min. 10 att.): 72.7% (16-22) by John Paglia (2009) Highest Career % (min. 20 att.): 65.9% (29-44) by John Paglia (2007-10)


Punts Game: Season: Career: Longest: Yards Game: Season: Career:

Punting

Individual Categorical Records

12 by Clay Williams vs. UAB (11/21/96) 80 by Clay Williams (1997) 274 by Clay Williams (1995-98) 72 yards by Heath Siemon vs. Newberry (10/9/93) 429 by Jason Trussell vs. VMI (10/21/00) 3,498 by Clay Williams (1997) 11,339 by CLay Williams (1994-98)

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 (1998) Career (min. 50 punts): 41.3 by Clay Williams (1995-98) Special Teams

Kick Returns Game: 9 by Alexius Ferguson vs. Hawai’i (9/22/07) Season: 50 by Kijana Thomas (2003) Career: 102 by Gerald Stevenson (2007-10) Longest: 100 yds by Gerald Stevenson vs. Liberty (10/9/10) Average Game (min. 3 returns): 54.0 by Tony Bines vs. Morgan State (10/1/94) Season: (min. 15 returns): 27.9 by Gerald Stevenson (2010) 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); Aaron Latino (1999) Career: 69 by D’Angelo Dereef (1991-94) Longest Return: 77 yards by Ken Mance vs. Tusculum (11/9/96)

Tackles Game: Season: Career:

Defensive Records

21 by Jon Belk vs. Troy State (10/15/94) 131 by Jada Ross (2007) 454 by Jada Ross (2004-07)

Tackles for Loss Game: 5 by Reggie Carr vs. Presbyterian (9/14/96) Season: 23 by Dennis Hamilton (1991) Career: 59 by Dennis Hamilton (1991-94) 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: 3 by Charles James vs. Liberty (10/9/10) Season 6 by Philip Ashley (2008); by Charles James (2010) Career: 11 by Philip Ashley (2006-08) Longest: 100 yards by Antwain Harvey vs. Presbyterian (11/7/09) Fumble Returns Longest Fumble Return: 95 yards by Chris King at UAB (11/21/96) Fumble Returns for Touchdowns: 95 yards by Chris King at UAB (11/21/96); 80 yards by Mike McHoney at Wofford (11/15/97); 77 yards by Jada Ross vs. Gardner-Webb (10/27/07); 72 yards by Antonio Simmons at Austin Peay (10/17/98); 53 yards by Okeba Rollinson vs. VMI (11/3/07); 37 yards by Ryan West vs. Wofford (9/22/01); 20 yards by Tony Robinson vs. West Va State (9/16/00); Endzone recovery by Jay Davis vs. Newport News (9/21/91); Endzone recovery by Andre Key at Morehead State (9/30/95); Endzone recovery by Alexius Ferguson vs. North Greenville (9/29/07)

Average Game (min. 3 returns): 29.0 by Terrel Mitchell vs. Morehead State (9/30/95) Season (min. 15 returns): 13.58 (19-258) by C.J. Hirschman (2006) Career (min. 25 returns): 10.77 (26-280) by C.J. Hirschman (2004-07) Scoring Most Points, Kickers Game: 15 by Clint Kelly (2 field goals, 9 extra points) vs. Bethel (11/14/98) Season: 76 (16 field goals, 28 extra points) by John Paglia, 2009 Career: 214 (29 field goals, 127 extra points) by Nick Ellis (2003-07) Most Points, Nonkickers Game: 24 by Terrel Mitchell vs. Morehead State (9/30/95); by Andre Copeland vs. WVWC (10/15/05); by Maurice Price vs. Savannah State (10/22/05) Season: 68 by Brad Johnson (1994); by Gerald Stevenson (2008) Career: 150 by Gerald Stevenson (2007-10)

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Individual Single-Game Superlatives Rushing Attempts Opponent Liberty Presbyterian North Greenville WVWC Gardner-Webb Tusculum Coastal Carolina Gardner-Webb

Date 10/3/98 9/10/94 9/19/98 10/15/05 11/5/05 9/27/03 11/20/04 11/9/02

Total 31 28 27 26 24 24 23 22

Rushing Yards Opponent WVWC Davidson Morehead State North Greenville Presbyterian W.V. State Coastal Carolina Frostburg St. Morgan St. Bethel

Date 10/15/05 10/24/92 11/8/97 9/19/98 9/10/94 9/20/03 11/21/09 11/16/91 9/4/93 11/14/98

Total 226 200 191 190 156 148 145 132 130 130

Longest Rush from Scrimmage Name Opponent Date Antonio Singleton Austin Peay 10/14/00 Craig Roberson W.V. State 11/17/01 Antonio Singleton Liberty 11/11/00 Jake Sills Austin Peay 10/14/00 Collin Drafts Coastal Carolina 11/18/06 Gerald Stevenson North Greenville 9/26/09 Eli Byrd Savannah State 10/6/07 Kenny Harper Charleston (WV) 9/25/04 Antonio Singleton Guilford 9/2/00 Sheldon Evans Presbyterian 9/8/01

Total 90 66 65 62 59 56 55 55 54 54

Pass Attempts Name Opponent Jake Sills Liberty Eli Byrd North Greenville Andrew Trudnowski VMI Darren Swiggett Citadel Sidney Bryant Presbyterian Collin Drafts Howard Tribble Reese Wofford Eli Byrd Wofford Collin Drafts Liberty Andy Tarr Catawba Collin Drafts Gardner-Webb

Total 55 54 53 50 48 48 46 46 45 45 43

Name Vinson Blain D’Angelo Dereef Vinson Blain Andre Copeland Andre Copeland Collin Drafts Travis Mays Travis Mays 8 tied at 22 Name Andre Copeland Brad Johnson Lance Miller Vinson Blain D’Angelo Dereef Robert Adams Antwan Ivey Leroy Alexander D’Angelo Dereef Vinson Blain

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Date 11/10/01 9/29/07 10/23/10 11/21/02 11/10/07 10/9/04 9/6/08 9/8/07 10/30/04 9/27/97 11/4/06

Name Eli Byrd Collin Drafts Tribble Reese Sidney Bryant Darren Swiggett Collin Drafts Eli Byrd Collin Drafts Tribble Reese 5 tied at 25

Pass Completions Opponent North Greenville Gardner-Webb Wofford Presbyterian Citadel VMI Wofford Presbyterian Miami (Ohio)

Quarterback Andy Tarr

Date 9/29/07 11/4/06 9/6/08 11/10/07 11/21/02 10/2/04 9/8/07 9/11/04 9/13/08

Total 34 31 30 30 29 29 28 28 26

Quarterback Brad Johnson

Pass Completion Percentage Name Opponent Date Percent (Cmp/Att.) Collin Drafts Allen 11/6/04 82.8 (24-29) Collin Drafts Gardner-Webb 11/5/05 82.1 (23-28) A.J. Toscano Savannah State 10/3/09 80.8 (21-26) Jake Sills Guilford 9/2/00 80.0 (8-10) Andrew Trudnowski Kentucky 11/6/10 80.0 (8-10) Jake Sills Wofford 9/22/01 80.0 (20-25) A.J. Toscano VMI 10/31/09 79.2 (19-24) Collin Drafts Edward Waters 10/14/06 78.6 (22-28) Jake Sills W.V. State 11/17/01 76.9 (20-26) Tribble Reese Presbyterian 11/8/08 76.2 (16-21) Tribble Reese VMI 11/1/08 76.0 (19-25) Passing Yards Name Opponent Collin Drafts Allen Collin Drafts Gardner-Webb Jake Sills Austin Peay Eli Byrd North Greenville Darren Swiggett Citadel Sidney Bryant Presbyterian A.J. Toscano Mars Hill Jake Sills Liberty Collin Drafts VMI Andrew Trudnowski VMI

Date 11/6/04 11/4/06 10/13/01 9/29/07 11/21/02 11/10/07 9/18/10 11/10/01 10/2/04 10/23/10

Total 419 406 406 398 396 382 374 344 330 326


Individual Single-Game Superlatives Name Dee Brown Maurice Price Maurice Price Eddie Gadson Gerald Stevenson Maurice Price Maurice Price Maurice Price Maurice Price

Pass Receptions Opponent Wofford Liberty Liberty Presbyterian Stony Brook VMI Citadel Gardner-Webb Gardner-Webb

Date 9/8/07 11/11/06 11/12/05 9/11/04 10/30/10 10/21/06 9/9/06 11/4/06 11/5/05

Total 13 13 13 13 12 12 12 11 11

Name Brad Moultrie Gerald Stevenson Brad Moultrie Maurice Price Aaron Dunklin Dee Brown Ande Goldsmith Maurice Price Maurice Price Maurice Price

Receiving Yards Opponent Austin Peay Mars Hill Liberty Howard North Greenville V.M.I. East Tenn. St. Liberty VMI WVWC

Date 10/13/01 9/18/10 11/10/01 10/1/05 10/25/03 11/3/07 11/21/98 11/12/05 10/21/06 10/15/05

Total 241 198 194 189 179 177 174 171 166 158

Longest Pass / Reception Name Opponent Date Total QB - Jake Sills Austin Peay 10/14/00 95 WR - Steve McCoy QB - Jake Sills Austin Peay 10/13/00 92 WR - Sheldon Evans QB - Clint Chappell Presbyterian 9/14/02 86 WR - Brad Moultrie QB - Collin Drafts Gardner-Webb 11/4/06 81 WR - Bryant Burch QB - Collin Drafts VMI 10/21/06 80 WR - Maurice Price QB - Collin Drafts North Greenville 10/25/03 75 WR - Don Phillips QB - Jake Sills Austin Peay 10/13/01 73 WR - Brad Moultrie QB - Collin Drafts Liberty 11/12/05 73 WR - Maurice Price QB - Collin Drafts North Greenville 9/30/06 72 WR - Clayton Coffman Total Offensive Yards Name Opponent Date Total Collin Drafts Gardner-Webb 11/4/06 452 Eli Byrd North Greenville 9/29/07 423 Jake Sills Austin Peay 10/13/01 423 Collin Drafts Allen 11/6/04 398 A.J. Toscano Mars Hill 9/18/10 389 Sidney Bryant Presbyterian 11/10/07 389 Jake Sills Liberty 11/10/01 386 Darren Swiggett The Citadel 11/21/02 374 Collin Drafts Savannah State 10/7/06 363 Brooks Combs East Tenn. St. 11/21/98 355 Collin Drafts Citadel 9/9/06 355

Quarterback - Collin Drafts

Wide Receiver/Kick Returner - Gerald Stevenson

Name Gerald Stevenson Gerald Stevenson D’Angelo Dereef Terrel Mitchell Andre Copeland Brad Moultrie Gerald Stevenson Alexius Ferguson Tony Bines Vinson Blain

All-Purpose Yards Opponent Gardner-Webb Wofford Morgan St. Morehead St. W. Va. Wesleyan Austin Peay Stony Brook Hawai’i Liberty North Greenville

Date 10/16/10 9/6/08 9/4/93 9/30/95 10/15/05 10/13/01 10/18/08 9/22/07 11/19/94 9/19/98

Total 398 302 278 255 245 241 240 225 222 215

Highest Average Per Punt (Minimum 3 punts) Name Opponent Date Avg. (Punts/Yds) Nick Ellis Gardner-Webb 11/5/05 46.30 (3-139) Andy Brown Gardner-Webb 10/4/08 45.14 (7-316) Jason Trussell East Tenn. St. 11/18/00 45.14 (7-316) Josh Waters Austin Peay 10/13/01 44.75 (4-179) Hart Pearson North Greenville 9/30/06 43.75 (4-175) Andy Brown Mars Hill 9/18/10 43.50 (4-174) Nick Ellis Savannah State 10/6/07 43.25 (4-173) Jason Trussell W. Va. State 9/16/00 43.00 (4-172) Hart Pearson Savanah State 10/22/05 43.00 (4-172) Adam Resnick W. Liberty St. 9/28/02 43.00 (6-258)

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Individual Single-Game Superlatives

Name Heath Seimon Jason Trussell Nik Zdral Nick Ellis Josh Waters Tavares Shorter Hart Pearson Andy Brown Adam Resnick Nick Ellis

Longest Punts Opponent Newberry ETSU Presbyterian Gardner-Webb Wofford Coastal Carolina Jacksonville Wofford W. Liberty St. Johnson C. Smith

Date 10/9/93 11/18/00 9/14/02 11/5/05 9/22/01 11/22/03 9/17/05 9/12/09 9/28/02 9/15/07

Dist. 72 64 63 63 60 60 59 59 58 58

Name C.J. Hirschman C.J. Hirschman Mike Washington Antwan Ivey Tavares Shorter Don Phillips C.J. Hirschman C.J. Hirschman Mike Washington Mark Vail

Longest Punt Returns Opponent Date Liberty 11/11/06 Savannah State 10/7/06 W.Va. State 11/17/01 VMI 10/31/09 N. Greenville 9/24/05 Savannah State 10/12/02 Edward Waters 10/14/06 VMI 10/21/06 W. Liberty St. 9/28/02 W. Va. State 9/16/00

Dist. 63 56 56 50 49 47 41 38 36 35

Name Gerald Stevenson Mike Washington Mike Washington Antwan Smalls Mike Washington Gerald Stevenson Deon Lee Kijana Thomas Mike Washington Tavares Shorter Gerald Stevenson

Longest Kick Returns Opponent Date Liberty 10/9/10 South Florida 11/2/02 Liberty 11/10/01 Presbyterian 9/9/00 Jacksonville 10/6/01 Gardner-Webb 10/16/10 Stony Brook 11/14/09 Liberty 11/1/03 W. Liberty St. 9/28/02 Savannah State 10/22/05 Gardner-Webb 10/16/10

Dist. 100 98 98 93 93 92 89 89 86 85 81

Name Gerald Stevenson Gerald Stevenson Mike Washington Mike Washington Alexius Ferguson Kijana Thomas Kijana Thomas Gerald Stevenson Kijana Thomas

Kick Return Yards Opponent Date Wofford 9/6/08 Gardner-Webb 10/16/10 Wofford 9/22/01 South Florida 11/2/02 Hawai’i 9/22/07 W. Va. State 9/20/03 N. Greenville 10/25/03 Liberty 10/9/10 Liberty 11/1/03

Total 255 243 192 187 179 169 149 146 142

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Highest Average Per Kick Return (Minimum 2 returns) Name Opponent Date Avg. (Ret/Yds) Mike Washington W. Liberty State 9/28/02 55.00 (2-110) Tavares Shorter Savannah State 10/22/05 51.50 (2-103) Mike Washington Jacksonville 10/6/01 50.00 (2-100) Gerald Stevenson Liberty 10/9/10 48.67 (3-146) Gerald Stevenson Gardner-Webb 10/16/10 48.60 (5-243) Kijana Thomas Liberty 11/1/03 47.33 (3-142) Deon Lee Stony Brook 11/14/09 44.66 (3-134) Mike Washington Liberty 11/10/01 42.00 (3-126) Gerald Stevenson Presbyterian 11/10/07 41.50 (2-83) Tavares Shorter VMI 10/8/05 41.33 (3-124) Most Total Tackles Opponent Date Troy State 10/15/94 N. Greenville 9/30/06 VMI 10/21/06 Wofford 11/11/95 Coastal Carolina 11/20/04 Coastal Carolina 11/17/07 VMI 10/8/05 Liberty 10/20/07 N. Greenville 9/30/06 VMI 11/3/07 Howard 10/1/05 Savannah State 10/22/05 N. Greenville 9/24/05

Total 21 20 20 20 18 17 17 17 15 15 15 15 15

Most Quarterback Sacks Name Opponent Date Dennis Hamilton Guilford 9/28/91 Ryan West N. Greenville 9/2/01 Okeba Rollinson The Citadel 9/9/06 Matt Woods Presbyterian 11/7/09

Sacks 4.0 3.0 2.5 2.5

Most Tackles-For-Loss Opponent Date Presbyterian 9/14/96 The Citadel 9/9/06 Savannah State 10/12/02 Savannah State 10/12/02 Savannah State 10/11/08 Coastal Carolina 11/21/09

TFL 5.0 4.5 4.0 4.0 3.5 3.5

Name Jon Belk Jada Ross Jada Ross Andre Key Jada Ross Jada Ross Jada Ross Jada Ross Jonna Lee Jada Ross Jada Ross Jada Ross Jada Ross

Name Reggie Carr Okeba Rollinson Martin Arce Bowe Butler Quinton Johnson Chris Patrick


Individual Career Records Player D’Angelo Dereef Vinson Blain Travis Mays DeMarcus Moon Laron Gordon Robert Adams Lance Miller Gerald Stevenson Antwan Ivey Booker Peake

Years 1991-94 1997-00 2001-04 2007-10 1991-93 2003-06 1996-99 2007-10 2008-09 1996-99

Att. 485 338 382 298 339 247 188 140 227 183

Rushing Yards Yds. Avg. 1,741 3.6 1,441 4.3 1,419 3.7 1,349 4.5 1,329 3.9 1,251 5.1 1,098 5.8 886 6.3 870 3.8 863 4.7

Player Collin Drafts A.J. Toscano Jake Sills Brooks Combs Andy Tarr Tribble Reese Eli Byrd Darren Swiggett J.J. Brinkerhoff Sidney Bryant

Years 2003-06 2008-10 2000-01 1995-99 1996-97 2008 2005-07 2002-04 1991-94 2004-07

Att. 1344 454 471 427 383 310 261 205 310 180

Passing Yards Comp. Pct. 833 62.0 268 59.0 261 55.4 190 44.4 169 44.1 189 60.9 147 56.3 118 57.6 115 37.1 105 58.3

Player Maurice Price Gerald Stevenson Ande Goldsmith Aaron Dunklin Markus Murry Brad Moultrie Heath Siemon Kwame Krakue Dee Brown Eddie Gadson

Years 2004-06 2007-10 1996-99 2002-03 2005-08 2000-02 1993-97 2007-10 2007-08 2003-04

Rec. 202 163 102 125 118 104 96 91 76 78

Receiving Yards Yds. Avg. 2,429 12.02 2,096 12.8 1,982 19.4 1,786 14.3 1,736 14.71 1,385 13.3 1,278 13.3 1,214 13.3 949 12.4 931 11.9

TD 19 15 12 12 12 8 7 8 9 10

Player Collin Drafts A.J. Toscano Jake Sills Brooks Combs Tribble Reese Andy Tarr Eli Byrd D’Angelo Dereef Darren Swiggett Vincent Blain

Years 2003-06 2008-10 2000-01 1995-99 2008 1996-97 2005-07 1991-94 2002-04 1997-00

Rush 803 397 438 440 106 220 250 1741 -39 1441

Total Offense Pass Total 9,768 10,571 3,232 3,629 3,099 3,537 2,907 3,347 2,043 2,149 2068 2,288 1,617 1,867 0 1,741 1,490 1,451 0 1,441

TD 90 26 22 18 25 18 15 14 10 12

TD 14 12 11 11 6 15 4 6 6 5

Long 98 36 40 41 36 46 79 56 44 65

Yds. 9,768 3,232 3,099 2,907 2,068 2,043 1,617 1,490 1,381 1,243

TD 73 22 15 13 9 23 12 10 6 11 Long 80 69 80 59 61 86 61 62 64 42

INT 44 17 22 20 24 12 14 12 30 9

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Individual Career Records Player Gerald Stevenson D’Angelo Dereef Maurice Price Ande Goldsmith Aaron Dunklin Travis Mays Markus Murry Vinson Blain Heath Siemon Terrell Mitchell

Years 2007-10 1991-94 2004-06 1996-99 2002-03 2000-04 2005-08 1997-00 1993-97 1995-97

Player Nick Ellis Clint Kelly John Paglia Dennis Decker Josh Waters Jason Trussell

Years 2003-07 1996-99 2007-10 1991-94 2001 2000

Placekicking (sorted by points scored) FG-Att. Pct. PAT-Att. Pct. 29-45 64.4 127-135 94.1 24-44 54.5 71-81 87.6 29-44 65.9 56-67 83.6 20-34 58.8 58-67 86.6 11-16 68.7 25-27 92.6 6-12 50.0 29-30 96.7

Years 1995-98 2002 2004-06 2001 1999-00 1991-92 2008-10 1994 2003-07

Punting (sorted by average) Punts Yds. Avg. Long 274 11,339 41.3 66 45 1,734 38.5 58 64 2,404 37.5 59 35 1,288 36.8 60 124 4,507 36.1 64 108 3,871 35.8 47 149 5,242 35.2 59 50 1,741 34.8 59 147 5,218 34.5 63

Years 1993 1994 2001-02 2009-10 2007-10 1998-99 2003-04 1998-99 1995-97

Kickoff Returns (sorted by average) Ret. Yds. Avg. Long 9 261 29.0 67 27 718 26.6 96 57 1,476 25.9 98 18 441 24.5 89 102 2,449 24.0 100 28 657 23.4 70 51 1,163 22.8 89 38 859 22.6 61 42 867 20.6 51

Player Clay Williams Adam Resnick Hart Pearson Josh Waters Jason Trussell Phil Hatcher Andy Brown Pete Franciosi Nick Ellis Player Eric Gomillion Tony Bines Mike Washington Deon Lee Gerald Stevenson Larry Stroud Kijana Thomas Aaron Latino Terrel Mitchell

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Rush 886 1,741 7 74 16 1,419 -8 1,441 24 102

All-Purpose Yards Rec. Ret. 2,096 2,579 329 1,725 2,429 0 1,982 154 1,786 221 224 330 1,736 129 341 20 1,278 470 574 1,039

Total 5,561 3,795 2,436 2,210 2,023 1,973 1,857 1,802 1,772 1,713 Pts. 214 143 143 118 58 47

TD 0 1 3 1 3 1 0 0 0


Individual Career Records Player Terrell Mitchell Ken Mance Travis Mays C.J. Hirschman Antwan Ivey Gerald Stevenson Mike Washington Eddie Gadson Aaron Latino D’Angelo Dereef

Years 1995-97 1995-98 2000-04 2004-07 2008-09 2007-10 2001-02 2004 1998-99 1991-94

Punt Returns (sorted by average) Ret. Yds. Avg. Long 9 172 19.1 65 6 114 19.0 77 7 93 13.3 31 26 280 10.7 63 13 135 10.4 50 21 200 9.5 32 34 304 8.9 56 23 167 7.2 22 48 328 6.8 48 69 417 6.0 25

Player Nick Ellis Gerald Stevenson Clint Kelly John Paglia Dennis Decker Maurice Price Brad Johnson D’Angelo Dereef Collin Drafts Robert Adams Vinson Blain Markus Murry

Years 2003-07 2007-10 1996-99 2007-09 1991-94 2004-06 1992-94 1991-94 2003-06 2003-06 1997-00 2005-08

TD 0 24 0 0 0 19 19 18 17 15 13 12

Scoring PAT-1 PAT-2 127 0 0 2 71 0 56 0 58 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

FG 29 0 24 29 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total 214 150 143 143 118 116 116 108 102 90 80 74

Player Jada Ross Jonna Lee Coy Browning Josh Mitchell Dennis Hamilton Jon Belk Quentin Lee Bill Barteld Bowe Butler Sam Brown

Years 2004-07 2003-07 1991-93 2004-08 1991-94 1991-94 1993-96 1991-94 2001-04 1996-99

Solo 195 145 142 101 138 142 167 128 150 152

Tackles Assists Total 259 454 150 295 150 292 178 279 133 271 126 268 90 257 122 250 80 230 75 227

TFL 31.5 34.5 13 20.5 59 2 21 21 23 6

Sacks 6 8 3 5 28.5 3 4 4 6 0

Player Philip Ashley Charles James C.J. Hirschman Jon Carmon Jon Belk Marcus Littlejohn David Misher Wesley Watts 5 tied with 5

Years 2006-08 2009-10 2004-07 2004-07 1991-94 1997-00 2004-07 1992-93

Int. 11 8 7 7 7 7 6 6

Interceptions Yds. TD 170 0 79 1 51 0 123 0 76 7 37 0 61 0 128 2

Long 23 51 39 61 32 16 22 49

TD 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0

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Team Single-Game Records Rushing Most Attempts: . ................................................... 66 vs. Morgan State (9/4/93) Fewest Attempts: ...............................................17 vs. South Florida (9/19/09) 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: ................................-19 vs. Edward Waters (10/14/06) 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 (9/19/98) Fewest Attempts Allowed: .................2 vs. Wofford (11/12/94); vs. Wofford (11/15/97) Most Completions: . ......................................34 vs. North Greenville (9/29/07) Fewest Completions: ...................................................0 vs. Methodist (9/5/92) Most Completions Allowed: .........................39 vs. North Greenville (9/19/98) 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: ................................................. 490 vs. Hawaii (9/25/10) Fewest Yards Allowed: ..............................................0 vs. Wofford (11/12/94) Most Combined Yards Gained: .........................860 (CSU 372, NGU 488; 9/19/98) Fewest Combined Yards Gained: . .............28 (CSU 17, Wofford 11; 11/15/97) Most Touchdowns: ....5 vs. NGU (10/23/04); vs. Citadel (9/9/06); vs. EWC (11/15/08) Most Touchdowns Allowed: ...... 7 vs. New Haven (11/2/96); vs. Hawaii (9/25/10) Most Interceptions Thrown: . .......................................6 vs. Methodist (9/7/91) Most Interceptions Made: . ...........................................................4 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne (10/2/99); ............................................................vs. Edward Waters (10/14/06); vs. Presbyterian (11/7/09)

Total Offense Most Offensive Plays: . ..................................90 vs. North Greenville (9/29/07) Fewest Offensive Plays: . ...............................30 vs. North Greenville (9/19/98) Most Offensive Plays Allowed: ....................... 95 vs. North Greenville (9/19/98) Fewest Offensive Plays Allowed: ...................30 vs. Edward Waters (10/14/06) Most First Downs: ........................................... 30 vs. Savannah State (10/3/09) 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: ....................................... 652 vs. Liberty (10/26/96) Fewest Total Yards Allowed: .........................64 vs. Edward Waters (10/14/06) Most Total Yards Combined: ..................................1,104 (CSU 630, NGU 474; 9/19/98) Fewest Total Yards Combined: .....................210 (CSU 46, S.C. State 164; 11/9/91)

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Scoring Most Points Scored: ................................................................ 71 vs. Bethel (11/14/98) Most Points Allowed: ............................................ 70 vs. Coastal Carolina (11/20/10) Fewest Points Scored: ............................................. 0, 19 times (last vs. USF, 9/19/09) Fewest Points Allowed: ........................ 0, 9 times (last vs. North Greenville, 9/26/09) Most Points Scored, Both Teams: ....................... 105 (CSU 63, WVWC 42; 10/15/05) Fewest Points Scored, Both Teams: . ................ 9 (CSU 9, North Greenville 0; 9/7/02) Most Points Scored, One Half: ...............................43 (1st Half) vs. Bethel (11/14/98) Most Points Allowed, One Half: . . 49 (2nd Half) vs. ETSU (10/10/92); (1st Half) vs. Hawaii (9/25/10) Most Points Scored in Loss: ............................................34 vs. Presbyterian (9/10/94) Most Points Scored by a Defeated Opponent: ....42 by W. Va. St. (9/20/03); by WVWC (10/15/05) Largest Margin of Victory: ........................................ 71 (CSU 71, Bethel 0; 11/14/98) Largest Margin of Defeat: . ........................67 (Coastal Carolina 70, CSU 3; 11/20/10) Most Touchdowns Scored: . ...................................................... 9 vs. Bethel (11/14/98) Most Touchdowns Allowed: ...........................9, three times (last vs. Hawaii (9/25/10) Most Field Goals Attempted: ..................................5 vs. West Virginia State (9/16/00) Most Field Goals Made: ..................3, five times (last vs. Coastal Carolina, 11/21/09)

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): ..................25.0 vs. Morehead St. (9/30/95) Most Kickoff Returns: .................................. 11 vs. Gardner-Webb (11/9/02) Highest Kickoff Return Avg (min 3): ............ 43.7 vs. Gardner-Webb (10/16/10) 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. S.C. St. (11/9/91); vs. Hofstra (10/21/95)


Team Season Records Scoring Highest Scoring Avg: ................................. 27.3 (300 pts in 11 games) in 2006 Lowest Scoring Avg: . .................................11.7 (129 pts in 11 games) in 1995 Highest Scoring Avg Allowed: .................. 46.9 (516 pts in 11 games) in 1994 Lowest Scoring Avg Allowed: ................... 18.1 (199 pts in 11 games) in 2006 Most Touchdowns Scored: . ..............................................................41 in 2006 Most Touchdowns Allowed: .............................................................70 in 1994 Most Field Goals Attempted: ............................................................22 in 2009 Most Field Goals Made: ...................................................................16 in 2009

Rushing Most Attempts: . ..............................................................................514 in 1993 Fewest Attempts: ............................................................................312 in 2006 Most Yards Gained: .....................................................................1,978 in 2000 Fewest Yards Gained: .....................................................................606 in 1995 Most Yards Allowed: ...................................................................3,257 in 1994 Fewest Yards Allowed: ................................................................1,197 in 2006 Most Yards Gained per Game: .................179.8 (1,978 yds in 11 games) in 2000 Most Yards Allowed per Game: ...............296.1 (3,257 yds in 11 games) in 1994 Most Touchdowns: . .......................................................20 in 1999; 20 in 2000 Most Touchdowns Allowed: ............................................................. 44 in 1994 Passing Most Attempts: . ..............................................................................418 in 2007 Fewest Attempts: ............................................................................151 in 1992 Most Attempts Allowed: ................................................................338 in 2002 Fewest Attempts Allowed: ..............................................................204 in 1997 Most Completions: . ........................................................................239 in 2006 Fewest Completions: ........................................................................50 in 1992 Most Completions Allowed: ...........................................................207 in 2006 Fewest Completions Allowed: ..........................................................89 in 1991 Highest Completion Percentage: ...................................................68.6 in 2006 Lowest Completion Percentage: ...................................................32.0 in 1991 Highest Completion Percentage Allowed: .....................................62.7 in 2006 Lowest Completion Percentage Allowed: . ....................................41.4 in 1991 Most Yards Gained: .....................................................................2,863 in 2006 Fewest Yards Gained: .....................................................................596 in 1992 Most Yards Allowed: ...................................................................2,618 in 2010 Fewest Yards Allowed: ................................................................1,318 in 2004 Most Yards Gained per Game: .................260.3 (2,863 yds in 11 games) in 2006 Most Yards Allowed per Game:................238.0 (2,618 yds in 11 games) in 2010 Most Touchdowns: . ..........................................................................26 in 2008 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: .................................................................18 in 2006 Fewest Interceptions Made: ................................................................6 in 1995

Total Offense Most Offensive Plays: ..........................................................767 in 2002 Fewest Offensive Plays: .......................................................552 in 1992 Most Offensive Plays Allowed: . ...........................................860 in 2002 Fewest Offensive Plays Allowed: . ........................................588 in 2000 Most First Downs: ................................................................226 in 2009 Fewest First Downs: ............................................. 107 in 1991 and 1992 Most First Downs Allowed: ........................................ 241 in 2002, 2007 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 yds in 10 games) in 2001 Fewest Total Yards per Game: ................................................................ ..................................................... 179.0 (1970 yds in 11 games) in 1995 Most Total Yards Allowed per Game: . .................................................... .................................................... 485.5 (5,340 yds in 11 games) in 1994 Fewest Total Yards Allowed per Game: . ................................................. .................................................... 230.1 (2,531 yds in 11 games) in 2000 Special Teams and Miscellaneous Most Consecutive Victories: ................................. 14 (10/15/05-11/4/06) Most Consecutive Victories in a season:................................... 9 in 2006 Most Consecutive Losses: .................................... 19 (10/16/93-9/23/95) Most Shutouts: ...........................................................2 in 2000; in 2008 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: . ............................................13.9 in 2006 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: ............................ 90,621 vs. Florida (9/5/09)

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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 2006 Collin Drafts 2007 DeMarcus Moon 2008 Antwan Ivey 2009 Antwan Ivey 2010 DeMarcus Moon

Att. 149 140 124 177 58 87 74 180 121 86 81 109 101 107 158 130 67 112 115 131

Yds. 606 475 626 647 183 463 523 774 533 512 387 394 474 464 721 513 382 380 490 456

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 3.9 5.7 3.4 4.3 3.5

SCORING Year Player 1991 Leroy Alexander 1992 D’Angelo Dereef 1993 Dennis Decker 1994 Brad Johnson 1995 Terrel Mitchell 1996 Andy Tarr 1997 Andy Tarr 1998 Clint Kelly 1999 Clint Kelly 2000 Jason Trussell 2001 Josh Waters 2002 Aaron Dunklin 2003 Aaron Dunklin 2004 Eddie Gadson 2005 Nick Ellis 2006 Maurice Price 2007 Nick Ellis 2008 Gerald Stevenson 2009 John Paglia 2010 DeMarcus Moon

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 2006 Collin Drafts 2007 Eli Byrd 2008 Tribble Reese 2009 A.J. Toscano 2010 A.J. Toscano

Att. 111 128 116 107 183 170 213 223 141 147 324 205 329 340 356 319 248 310 308 135

Comp. 31 47 52 44 84 74 95 87 78 78 183 118 181 212 217 223 139 189 179 82

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 2,665 1,546 2,043 2,092 1,066

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 2006 Hart Pearson 2007 Nick Ellis 2008 Andy Brown 2009 Andy Brown 2010 Andy Brown

No. 65 43 29 50 73 60 80 61 53 71 35 45 43 43 37 27 57 55 42 59

Yds. 2.310 1.561 925 1.741 2.832 2.380 3.448 2.679 1.809 2.698 1.288 1.734 1.190 1.448 1.385 1.019 2.105 1,997 1,492 2,013

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 37.7 36.9 36.3 35.5 34.1

Yds. 137 101 261 339 688 483 469 476 762 575 216 865 723 1063 792 1,043 985 898 551 724 777

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 9.6 13.0 12.2 13.2 14.4

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 2006 C.J. Hirschman 2007 C.J. Hirschman Gerald Stevenson 2008 Gerald Stevenson 2009 Antwan Ivey 2010 Gerald Stevenson

No. 17 31 16 6 7 4 15 17 31 28 14 20 10 23 14 19 7 5 6 12 10

Yds. 91 236 65 34 154 113 80 181 147 161 96 208 32 167 143 258 22 48 60 114 92

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 13.6 3.1 9.6 10.0 9.5 9.2

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 2006 Jon Carmon 2007 Jon Carmon Josh Warrior 2008 Philip Ashley 2009 Chris Kuzdale 2010 Charles James

Plays Rush Pass 149 606 0 268 475 541 208 222 6-8 181 229 654 314 -13 1,034 290 161 1,091 307 59 977 356 315 1,594 206 158 1,011 209 272 802 387 166 2,297 246 -39 1,490 492 -8 1,977 429 120 2,532 479 178 2,594 449 513 2,665 313 257 1,546 410 106 2,043 390 325 2,092 164 61 1,066

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 3,178 1,803 2,149 2,417 1,127

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 2006 Bryant Burch 2007 Gerald Stevenson 2008 Gerald Stevenson 2009 Gerald Stevenson 2010 Gerald Stevenson

No. 24 13 9 27 19 22 16 14 23 12 24 33 50 13 24 16 24 37 19 22

Yds. 411 224 261 718 384 449 288 399 471 254 645 831 1148 256 544 292 551 921 364 613

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 18.2 23.0 24.9 19.2 27.9

SACKS Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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 2006 Maurice Price 2007 Dee Brown 2008 Gerald Stevenson 2009 Gerald Stevenson 2010 Gerald Stevenson TOTAL OFFENSE Year Player 1991 Laron Gordon 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 2006 Collin Drafts 2007 Eli Byrd 2008 Tribble Reese 2009 A.J. Toscano 2010 A.J. Toscano

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No. 9 9 14 21 50 40 34 29 32 25 20 59 45 80 69 72 103 69 45 55 54

TD 4 7 0 11 6 5 4 0 0 0 0 6 6 9 0 10 0 11 0 9

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

FG 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 9 8 6 11 0 0 0 7 0 11 0 16 0

Total 24 42 39 68 36 30 26 55 42 47 58 36 36 54 56 60 62 68 76 54

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 2002 Mike Washington 2003 Aaron Dunklin 2004 Eddie Gadson 2005 Maurice Price 2006 Maurice Price 2007 Dee Brown 2008 Gerald Stevenson 2009 Gerald Stevenson 2010 Gerald Stevenson 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 2006 Jada Ross 2007 Jada Ross 2008 Andrew McKain 2009 Andrew McKain 2010 Chris Patrick

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 Dennis Justiniani Jake Killeen Jake Killeen Joel Walton Fred Godfrey

Rush 606 465 547 229 16 86 523 774 0 512 0 16 0 -8 15 11 298 364 218

Rec. 101 111 160 114 231 338 26 142 266 5 0 1,063 792 1,043 985 898 551 724 777

Ret. 33 659 539 752 538 467 0 0 618 0 1,088 168 305 0 0 20 981 364 705

Total 740 1,235 1,246 1,095 785 891 549 916 884 517 1,088 1,247 1,097 1,035 1,000 929 1,830 1,452 1,700

ST 28 74 40 45 64 77 51 58 35 36 40 42 64 31 56 51 57 35 40 33

AT 58 44 48 46 35 27 25 31 18 31 15 30 34 37 72 76 74 39 39 57

Total 86 118 88 91 99 104 76 89 53 67 55 72 98 68 128 127 131 74 79 90

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

4 3 3 6 3 6

24 99 17 117 8 0

6.0 33.0 5.7 19.5 2.7 0.0

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 6 4.5 5.5 6.0 2.0

66 14 34 30 18 13 37 15 22 21 27 27 13

7.3 4.7 6.8 4.5 3.7 4.3 6.2 5.0 2.75 4.6 4.9 4.5 6.5


Top Offensive Performances

BUCCANEERS

FIRST DOWNS Opponent West Va. Wesleyan Allen Savannah State North Greenville North Greenville Presbyterian Presbyterian S.C. State

Date 10/15/05 11/6/04 10/3/09 9/26/09 9/2/01 11/7/09 11/10/07 9/6/97

Total 31 31 30 28 28 27 27 27

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

PASSING YARDS Opponent North Greenville Allen Gardner-Webb Austin Peay North Greenville The Citadel Mars Hill Presbyterian North Greenville North Greenville

Date 10/25/03 11/6/04 11/4/06 10/13/01 9/29/07 11/21/02 9/18/10 11/10/07 10/23/04 9/19/98

Total 431 419 406 406 398 396 389 382 372 372

TOTAL OFFENSE Opponent West Va. Wesleyan Allen North Greenville North Greenville Austin Peay Austin Peay Savannah State Guilford North Greenville North Greenville

Date 10/15/05 11/6/04 9/19/98 9/29/07 10/14/00 10/13/01 10/3/09 9/2/00 9/26/09 9/2/01

Total 695 641 630 537 535 529 528 520 516 515

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

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

Total 40 33 32 30 30

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

Date 11/12/94 9/26/98 11/21/96 10/8/94 11/16/96 8/30/03 9/6/08 11/20/04 9/22/01 10/21/95

Total 595 519 504 452 450 435 434 412 399 392

PASSING YARDS School Hawaii North Greenville Troy State West Va. Wesleyan Liberty UAB Hawai’i Savannah State North Greenville Tusculum New Haven Newport News

Date 9/25/10 9/19/98 10/14/95 10/15/05 10/26/96 10/23/93 9/22/07 10/22/05 9/29/07 9/27/03 11/2/96 9/19/92

Total 490 488 410 400 398 373 363 358 355 355 355 348

TOTAL OFFENSE School Date Liberty 10/26/96 Newberry 10/8/94 Florida 9/5/09 UAB 11/21/96 Wofford 11/12/94 Hawaii 9/25/10 The Citadel 8/30/03 Liberty 11/19/94 Wofford 9/22/01 Twice

Total 654 637 624 599 595 583 575 566 566 563

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All-Time Lettermen Robert Adams (2003-06) Leroy Alexander (1991-92) David Allen (1992-94) Teddy Allen (2010) Mario Alston (1996) John Amaro (2001-02) Cleveland Amerson (1992) James Antaplyan (2009) Artie Apple (1991) Martin Arce (2002-03) Andre Archie (1997) Ryan Ard (2006-09) Phillip Ashley (2006-08) Shawn Atkins (1991) Josh Atkinson (2007-10) Early Babb (1999) Matt Bach (2007-09) B.J. Baker (2008-10) Ben Ballenger (1998-2000) Torri Barber (2002) Bill Barteld (1991-94) Derek Bass (1997-98) Jacques Bazile (2008-10) Brian Beattie (1995) Jay Beech (2001-02) Jon Belk (1991-94) Bubba Belue (1996) Josh Bender (1996-99) Darian Benton (2007) Brian Berry (2000-01) Tony Bines (1994) Phillip Bing (1991) Vinson Blain (1997-99) Joel Blaschke (1996-97) Austin Bloedoorn (2009) Otis Bonneau (1991) Brett Bowdren (2003-06) Tim Bowerman (1994) Joe Bowers (1997-98) Mark Bracci (1993) Alex Bragg (2005-08) Will Bratcher (2001-04) John Breeden (1995-98) J.J. Brinkerhoff (1991-94) Kirby Broome (2010) Andy Brown (2008-10) Anthony Brown (1997) Antonio Brown (2009-10) Dee Brown (2007-08) Fritz Brown (1995) Mike Brown (1999-00) Nicholas Brown (2001) Sam Brown (1996-99) Wes Brown (2008-10) Coy Browning (1991-93) Calvin Bryant (2010) Javon Bryant (2002) Keelyan Bryant (2010) Sidney Bryant (2005-07) Wil Bunn (2002) Bryant Burch (2005-06) Derek Burgess (1995) David Burton (1992)

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Bowe Butler (2001-04) Bryce Butler (1994-95) Rich Butler (1998) Eli Byrd (2007) Kris Camden (1995) O’Brian Campbell (2010) Wallace Campbell (1991-94) Antoine Canzater (1995-96) Daniel Canzater (1991) Jonathan Carmon (2004-07) Reggie Carr (1992-96) Sean Carroll (1997) Jacque Carter (2010) Tyrone Carter (1991) Shaunte Cary (1997) Ken Chadwick (1991) Anthony Chalmers (2009-10) Chase Chambers (2005-07) Clint Chappell (2002-03) Dane Charles (1996) Kevin Clabaugh (2005) Caleb Clark (2009) Bryan Clodfelter (1991) Clayton Coffman (2006-09) Kyle Coffman (1999) Abiyd Coleman (2008-09) Kevin Coleman (1997) Tim Coleman (2001-02) Bill Collins (1993) Brooks Combs (1995-99) Andre Copeland (2005) L.B. Cravey (2010) Freddie Cribb (1992-95) Chuck Crouch (1992-94) Jeff Crumpler (1996-97) Travis Cunningham (2000-01) Christian D’Agostino (2006) C.J. Dancy (2008) Jay Davis (1991) Dennis Decker (1991-94) Adam DeGraffenreid (2004-05) Bobby Degregorio (1991-92) Dennis Delemar (2005-06) Omar Deleston (1997-98) Elijah Denmark (1999) Mike DeTerlizzi (2010) D’Angelo Dereef (1991-94) Daniel Dieudonne (2010) Lon Dimbatt (1999-00) Malcolm Dixon (2010) Steve Douglas (1993-94) Collin Drafts (2003-06) Aaron Dunklin (2002-03) Matt Durham (2006) Dawayne Eason (1992-95) Reggie Ellington (2007-08) Nick Ellis (2003-07) 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) Alexius Ferguson (2006-07) Tison Ferguson (1996) Kevin Fielder (1993) Ryan Fleck (2002-03) Donald Fondren (2006-08) Terill Foote (2009) P.J. Foster (1997) Pete Franciosi (1994) Demaris Freeman (2010) Sammy Friar (1991-92) Jordan Fulford (2010) John Fullwood (1994) Eddie Gadson (2004) Darius Gaither (2008) Eric Gambrell (1998-01) Fred Gambrell (2006) Arthur Gardner (1996) Gianni Garrett (1991) Maurice Gerald (1991-95) Russell Gibson (1992-94) Shawn Gifford (1997-2000) Fred Godfrey (2007-10) 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) B.J. Hackworth (2009-10) Shad Hall (1991-92) Gary Hamby (1995-97-98) Dennis Hamilton (1991-94) Matt Hardy (2010) Lee Hargrove (1991) Kenny Harper (2006) Mareece Harris (2010) Tyrese Harris (2005-09) DeAndre Harrison (2004-05) Jason Harrison (2002) Antwain Harvey (2009) Jeff Hartung (2010) 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 (2004-07) Matt Hoisington (2005-06) Dan Holland (1991-94) Keiffer Horlback (1992-94) Brandon Horton (2005-07) Rufus Hough (1992) Earnest Houston (1998-01) Wes Houston (2008) Mike Howard (2003)

Rick Howell (2004-07) Dwight Huell (1996-97) Chuck Huger (2002) Vernon Huger (2007) Will Hunt (2010) Shawn Huntsinger (2004-05) Benji Ingram (1997) Tim Irons (1993) Newland Isaac (2008) Antwan Ivey (2008-09) Darius Jackson (2005-07) David Jackson (2007-10) Derrick Jackson (1995-96) Charles James (2009-10) Troy James (2004-05) Michael Jefferson (2007) Travis Jefferson (2007-09) Jody Jenerette (1992-93) Andre Jenkins (1993) Freddie Jenkins (1993-97) Jermaine Jenkins (1991-95) Joe Jenkins (1993-94) Jarrett Johns (2007-09) Brad Johnson (1992-94) Cedric Johnson (2002) Kenny Johnson (2009-10) Mike Johnson (1991) Quinton Johnson (2007-08) A.J. Jones (2000) Dean Jones (1992-93) Tim Jones (2006-09) Gabriel Jordan (2002) Phil Jordan (2005-06) Coril Joseph (2010) Dennis Justiniani (2006-07) Josh Keisler (1997-99) Terry Keller (1998-01) Clint Kelly (1996-99) Andre Key (1995-98) Kevin Keyes (1997) Jake Killeen (2007-08) Chris King (1995-98) Delvon King (2010) Marcus King (1991) Shawn King (2008) Chris Kizer (1991) Scott Knight (1991) Joe Kowalski (2000-01) Kwame Krakue (2007-10) Carl Kramer (2006) Chris Kuzdale (2008-10) Dimar Labega (2004) Jordan Lancaster (2006-10) 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)


All-Time Lettermen Mike Lazaro (1994) Archie Leatherbury (1999) C.J. Lee (2008-09) Deon Lee (2009-10) Jonna Lee (2003,05-07) 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) Anthony Martin (1997) Mickey Martin (1991) Maurice Masters (1999-00) Glynis Matthews (2000-01) Jody Matthews (2001) Kile Matthews (2007) T.J. Mawhinney (1999) Travis Mays (2002-04) Mike McCann (2007-08) 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) Levi McFatter (2008-10) Marvin McHellon (2003-06) Mike McHoney (1997-00) Andrew McKain (2008-09) Tom McManus (1993-95) Eddie McNeal (1992) Bryan Meers (2004-05) Matt Menchaca (2002) Josh Merckx (1998-99) Gustav Mesaros (2002) Mike Meyer (1991-94) Gabe Middlebrook (2010) Damon Middleton (2009-10) Mark Middleton (1995) Kalen Milford (2002) Lance Miller (1996-99) A.J. Millis (2008) David Misher (2005-07) Aundre Mitchell (1998-01) Josh Mitchell (2004-08) Kevin Mitchell (2006) Paul Mitchell (1995) Terrel Mitchell (1995-96-97) Zach Mitchell (2006-08) Josh Montoya (1998-99) DeMarcus Moon (2007-10) Anthony Moore (2003-06) Rhett Moore (1991-93) Clay Moose (1992-95) Dan Morgan (1996-97-98) Brad Moultrie (2001-02) Richard Mounce (2010) John Muller (2001-04)

Markus Murry (2005-08) J.W. Myers (2007-09) Alex Neal (2008-09) Nick Nester (2001-02) James Nicholson (2009-10) Joseph Obloshny (2001) Jim O’Connor (2005-07) Chris Oliver (1993-94) Demond Orr (1998-99) John Paglia (2007-10) Tyree Parker (1998) Jonathan Parra (2003-04) Chris Parris (2007-09) Jackson Patkus (1994-95) Chris Patrick (2007-10) Omar Payne (1995-99) Scott Payne (1991-92) Booker Peake (1996-99) Hart Pearson (2005-06) Tyne Penn (1995-98) William Penn (1995-96-97) Nathan Perera (2010) Dorein Perkins (2006-08) Frank Perkoski (2001-02) Nathaniel Perry (1998) Donald Peteet (1998-99) Joe Pharis (1991) Jaurvontae Phipps (2010) Don Phillips (2002-03) Shaun Phillips (2002-03) Delmas Philpot (2000-02) 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 (2004-06) Andy Prusator (1998) Will Pullman (2001-02) Scott Quigley (2001-02) Austin Ragans (2001-02) Stonewall Randolph (2004-07) Bryan Reese (1992-93) Burt Reese (1998) Tribble Reese (2008) Adam Resnick (2001-02) Terion Reynolds (2002) Shannon Rice (1995) Shawn Richardson (1995-97) Daric Riley (1996-98) Robert Rivers (2006) Craig Roberson (2000-02) Roderick Roberson (2001) Ryan Robertson (2005-06) 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) Okeba Rollinson (2005-08) Chris Rollison (1999-00) Herbert Ross (1992-93) Jada Ross (2004-07) Jason Rowland (1992-93) Drew Rucks (2005-06) 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) Savon Seward (2010) George Shaw (2006) 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) Austin Spears (2010) Kevin Spry (1991) Grayson Standiford (1991) John Stephany (1995) Cornelius Sterling (2009-10) Gerald Stevenson (2007-10) James Stewart (2003-04) Larry Stoud (1998-99) Brandon Stoudemire (2006) Brad Sweatt (2009-10) Darren Swiggett (2000-04) Andy Tarr (1996-97) Derek Tassin (1997) Kelby Taylor (2005-06) Alex Thomas (2005-09) Antoine Thomas (2005-06) 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) A.J. Toscano (2009-10) Chris Towe (1996-97) Andrew Trudnowski (2010) Buddy Truett (1991) Jason Trussell (1999-00) Jamare Turner (2003) Luke Turner (2001-03) Kamalu Umu (2008) Mark Vail (1998-99-00) Brandon Van Dyke (1998-99) Chuck Van Dyke (1997-98) Anthony Velez (2009) Austin Wald (2010) Adrell Walker (1998-01) Joel Walton (2009-10) Theo Warren (2002) Josh Warrior (2005-08) Clyde Washington (2001) Mike Washington (2001-02) William Washington (1994) Jason Watson (1998-00) Wesley Watts (1992-93) Scott Wehnes (1998) Jack Weiss (1993-94) Aaron Welborn (2001-02) Sam Welch (2000) Johnathan West (2002-03) Ryan West (2001) Kayson Wharton (2010) 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) Andre Witherspoon (1992-95) Lemonte Witherspoon (1992-95) Justin Witzmann (2007-08) John Wood (1993-96) Matt Woods (2009-10) 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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Year-By-Year Results 1991 - Head Coach David Dowd (3-7) Sept. 7 @ Methodist 8-18 L Sept. 14 Mars Hill 0-29 L Sept. 21 @ Newport News 13-9 W Sept. 28 @ Guilford 6-40 L Oct. 4 The Citadel (JV) 9-10 L Oct. 19 Alabama-Birmingham 19-33 L Oct. 26 @ 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 @ 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 @ Liberty 7-38 L Nov. 2 New Haven 7-48 L Nov. 9 Tusculum 46-23 W Nov. 16 @ Wofford 15-43 L Nov. 21 @ UAB 13-49 L

1991 Football Team 1992 - Head Coach David Dowd (3-7) Sept. 5 Methodist 20-19 W Sept. 12 @ 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 @ East Tennessee St. 0-62 L Oct. 17 @ UAB 7-39 L Oct. 24 @ Davidson 27-32 L Oct. 31 @ The Citadel (JV) 35-33 W Nov. 14 S.C. State* 0-32 L * at Summerville, S.C. (Summerville H.S.) 1993 - Head Coach David Dowd (3-8) Sept. 4 @ Morgan State 20-54 L Sept. 11 Presbyterian 17-16 W Sept. 18 @ S.C. State 10-44 L Sept. 25 @ Towson State 14-52 L Oct. 2 @ Troy State 0-56 L Oct. 9 @ Newberry 15-10 W Oct. 16 Lees-McRae 24-17 W Oct. 23 UAB 20-48 L Oct. 30 @ Liberty 6-42 L Nov. 6 @ Newport News 0-21 L Nov. 13 Wofford 9-21 L 1994 - Head Coach David Dowd (0-11) Sept. 10 @ Presbyterian 34-38 Sept. 17 S.C. State 0-37 Sept. 24 Towson State 0-51 Oct. 1 Morgan State 29-31 Oct. 8 Newberry 19-50 Oct. 15 @ Troy State 20-55 Oct. 22 @ UAB 14-54 Oct. 29 Mars Hill 28-45 Nov. 5 @ Tenn.-Martin 14-42 Nov. 12 @ Wofford 33-54 Nov. 19 @ Liberty 27-59

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

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1997 - Head Coach David Dowd (1-9) Aug. 28 @ East Tenn. St. 7-30 L Sept. 6 @ 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 @ Newberry 14-48 L Oct. 25 Liberty 14-18 L Nov. 1 @ South Florida 6-24 L Nov. 8 @ Morehead State 27-55 L Nov. 15 @ Wofford 21-51 L 1998 - Head Coach David Dowd (3-8) Sept. 5 South Carolina State 7-17 L Sept. 12 @ Presbyterian 0-42 L Sept. 19 North Greenville 55-37 W Sept. 26 @ Wofford 0-20 L Oct. 3 @ Liberty 21-28 L Oct. 10 Newberry 25-28 L Oct. 17 @ 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 @ East Tenn. St. 29-41 L 1999 - Head Coach David Dowd (4-6) Sept. 4 @ South Carolina St. 14-20 L Sept. 11 Presbyterian* 14-20 L Sept. 25 @ Wofford 13-25 L Oct. 2 Lenoir-Rhyne (OT) 14-7 W Oct. 9 @ Newberry 26-27 L Oct. 16 Austin Peay 39-17 W Oct. 23 Liberty 14-34 L Oct. 30 @ Elon 13-38 L Nov. 6 Tusculum 35-21 W Nov. 20 @ Jacksonville 37-17 W * at N.Charleston, S.C. (Fort Dorchester H.S.)

2000 - Head Coach David Dowd (5-6) Sept. 2 Guilford 58-0 W Sept. 9 @ 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 @ Austin Peay 42-20 W Oct. 21 @ VMI 7-40 L Oct. 28 Elon 12-28 L Nov. 4 @ Samford (OT) 14-21 L Nov. 11 @ Liberty 25-0 W Nov. 18 @ East Tenn. St. 7-55 L 2001 - Head Coach David Dowd (5-6) Sept. 2 North Greenville 38-0 W Sept. 8 Presbyterian 10-19 L Sept. 22 @ Wofford 10-35 L Sept. 29 Benedict College 20-16 W Oct. 6 @ Jacksonville 28-7 W Oct. 13 Austin Peay 36-21 W Oct. 20 Samford University 24-45 L Oct. 27 @ Elon 16-39 L Nov. 3 East Tennessee State 0-26 L Nov. 10 Liberty 31-45 L Nov. 17 West Virginia State 49-0 W 2002 - Head Coach David Dowd (4-8, 0-3) Aug. 31 VMI 24-27 L Sept. 7 North Greenville 9-0 W Sept. 14 @ Presbyterian 6-26 L Sept. 21 West Virginia State 10-3 W Sept. 28 @ West Liberty State 28-26 W Oct. 12 @ Savannah State 21-3 W Oct. 19 @ Liberty 17-31 L Oct. 26 Jacksonville 21-24 L Nov. 2 @ South Florida 6-56 L Nov. 9 Gardner-Webb 15-57 L Nov. 16 Elon 13-21 L Nov. 21 @ The Citadel 19-53 L 2003 - Head Coach Jay Mills (1-11, 0-4) Aug. 30 @ The Citadel 10-64 L Sept. 6 @ Wingate 6-22 L Sept. 13 Presbyterian 14-17 L Sept. 20 West Virginia State 49-42 W Sept. 27 Tusculum 7-58 L Oct. 11 @ VMI 7-50 L Oct. 18 @ South Florida 7-55 L Oct. 25 North Greenville 21-49 L Nov. 1 Liberty 6-17 L Nov. 8 @ Gardner-Webb 0-46 L Nov. 15 @ James Madison 7-45 L Nov. 22 Coastal Carolina 14-48 L


Year-By-Year Results 2004 - Head Coach Jay Mills (5-5, 1-3) Sept. 11 @ Presbyterian 14-19 L Sept. 18 @ Jacksonville 38-3 W Sept. 25 Univ. of Charleston (WV) 38-21 W Oct. 2 VMI 25-24 W Oct. 9 @ Howard 6-24 L Oct. 23 North Greenville 55-7 W Oct. 30 @ Liberty 6-34 L Nov. 6 Allen 55-6 W Nov. 13 Gardner Webb 0-18 L Nov. 20 @ Coastal Carolina 28-56 L

2006 - Head Coach Jay Mills (9-2, 2-2) Sept. 2 @ Presbyterian 21-13 W Sept. 9 @ Citadel 38-35 W Sept. 16 Wingate 20-17 W Sept. 30 North Greenville 20-10 W Oct. 7 @ Savannah St. 38-13 W Oct. 14 Edward Waters 47-0 W Oct. 21 VMI 27-22 W Oct. 28 Georgetown 24-10 W Nov. 4 Gardner-Webb 28-14 W Nov. 11 @ Liberty 20-34 L Nov. 18 @ Coastal Carolina 17-31 L

2005 - Head Coach Jay Mills (7-4, 3-1) Sept. 3 @ The Citadel 14-28 L Sept. 10 Presbyterian 0-42 L Sept. 17 Jacksonville 16-10 W Sept. 24 @ North Greenville 35-28 W Oct. 1 Howard 22-27 L Oct. 8 @ VMI 12-34 L Oct. 15 W.V. Wesleyan 63-42 W Oct. 22 Savannah St. 48-28 W Nov. 5 @ Gardner-Webb 38-7 W Nov. 12 Liberty 31-30 W Nov. 19 Coastal Carolina (OT) 34-27 W

2007 - Head Coach Jay Mills (5-6, 1-3) Sept. 1 @ Citadel 14-35 L Sept. 8 @ Wofford 24-52 L Sept. 15 Johnson C. Smith 44-20 W Sept. 22 @ Hawaii 10-66 L Sept. 29 @ North Greenville 46-33 W Oct. 6 Savannah State 28-0 W Oct. 20 Liberty 10-50 L Oct. 27 @ Gardner-Webb 25-29 L Nov. 3 @ VMI 37-28 W Nov. 10 Presbyterian 28-24 W Nov. 17 Coastal Carolina 2-41 L

2010 Football Team

2008 - Head Coach Jay Mills (7-5, 3-2) Aug. 28 @ Miami (Fla.) 7-52 L Sept. 6 @ Wofford 23-41 L Sept. 13 @ Miami (Ohio) 27-38 L Sept. 27 North Greenville 27-0 W Oct. 4 Gardner-Webb 13-10 W Oct. 11 @ Savannah State 29-20 W Oct. 18 @ Stony Brook 19-20 L Oct. 25 @ Liberty 0-42 L Nov. 1 VMI 31-21 W Nov. 8 Presbyterian 29-18 W Nov. 15 Edward Waters 48-6 W Nov. 22 @ Coastal Carolina 24-0 W

2010 - Head Coach Jay Mills (3-8, 1-5) Sept. 4 North Greenville 41-31 W Sept. 11 Wofford 23-34 L Sept. 18 Mars Hill 28-14 W Sept. 25 @ Hawaii 7-66 L Oct. 9 @ Liberty 20-44 L Oct. 16 Gardner-Webb 25-35 L Oct. 23 VMI 16-34 L Oct. 30 @ Stony Brook 21-41 L Nov. 6 @ Kentucky 21-49 L Nov. 13 Presbyterian 42-39 W Nov. 20 @ Coastal Carolina 3-70 L

2005 Big South Champions

2009 - Head Coach Jay Mills (6-5, 4-2) Sept. 5 @ Florida 3-62 L Sept. 12 @ Wofford 14-42 L Sept. 19 @ South Florida 0-59 L Sept. 26 North Greenville 34-0 W Oct. 3 Savannah State 47-10 W Oct. 17 @ Gardner-Webb 20-27 L Oct. 24 Liberty 13-20 L Oct. 31 @ VMI 31-21 W Nov. 7 @ Presbyterian 46-32 W Nov. 14 Stony Brook 30-27 (OT) W Nov. 21 Coastal Carolina 30-23 W

All-Time Coaching Records David Dowd (1991 - 2002)

Year........ Record 1991 ............. 3-7 1992 ............. 3-7 1993 ............. 3-8 1994 ........... 0-11 1995 ........... 1-10 1996 ............. 2-8

Year........ Record 1997 ..............1-9 1998 ............. 3-8 1999 ............. 4-6 2000 ............. 5-6 2001 ..............5-6 2002 .... 4-8 (0-3)

Jay Mills (2003-Present)

2005 Big South Coach of the Year

Year....... Record Year........ Record 2003 .. 1-11 (0-4) 2007 .... 5-6 (1-3) 2004 .... 5-5 (1-3) 2008 .... 7-5 (3-2) 2005 .. 7-4 (3-1)* 2009 .... 6-5 (4-2) 2006 .... 9-2 (2-2) 2010......3-8 (1-5) * - Big South Conference Champions

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2005: A Championship Season On Nov. 12, 2005, a touchdown against Liberty with 1:10 remaining in the game clinched the first winning season in Charleston Southern history. The Bucs went on to beat nationally ranked Coastal Carolina in double-overtime the next week to claim the football team’s first Big South Championship.

The 2005 team set a school record by winning their final five games of the season. The 2006 team continued the momentum, winning their first nine games to combine for the secondlongest winning streak in the nation at 14.

On April 9, 2006, immediately following the Edward A. Gadson Memorial Spring Game, fans flocked to the CSU Field House to celebrate football’s first conference championship in school history.

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Bucs in the Community Charleston Southern University is passing along its culture of servanthood to its students, and once again, the football team has jumped on board, participating in many different volunteer projects around the community. During the 2010-11 school year, the Buccaneers sponsored many events as a team and sent individual players to a number of different community service projects. Throughout the year, the team participated in 12 different community service projects, along with mentoring programs at two elementary schools, logging 654 total hours of community service. Thanks in large part to his community service efforts, offensive lineman Jordan Lancaster was named to the 2010 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team. He was one of 22 athletes in all divisions of NCAA football to be named to the team, and was the first player in CSU or Big South history to receive the honor. As they have done the past few years, the Buccaneer football team sponsored a Red Cross Blood Drive 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 athletes to serve as mentors at Ladson Elementary and Alice Birney Middle School, as well as participating in the Flowertown Elementary and Devon Forest Carnivals. “The (CSU) football players that served as mentors truly had a very positive impact on the boys,” said Celeste Bearden of Alice Birney Middle School. “I know this because the boys are continually talking to me about the group. The mentors really made them feel special.” Each year, Charleston Southern University hosts the “Closing the Gap in Healthcare” 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. The football team had more than 80 players show up to support the meet. “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.” The Buccaneers also sent team members to Catalyst, the Peony Street Rebuilding Project, as well as helping with Habitat for Humanity. Members also helped out with Water Missions International, a nonprofit organization working on a water purification system that was sent to Honduras to allow them safe drinking water. “The team served with enthusiasm and were willing to help out in any way that they could,” said Corey Humphries, Catalyst Coordinator. “They provided quality service and were all respectable, presentable, and men of character and integrity.” For their efforts, the football team was given the CSU SAAC Team Community Service Award for the third year in a row.

Distinguished Service Award

Karen Collins was the first recipient of the Distinguished Service Award. Collins served CSU as the business manager for athletics and currently works in the school’s advancement office.

James Bradley was the 2010 recipient of the Distinguished Service Award. Bradley currently serves the CSU Athletics Department as the Assistant A.D. for Internal Affairs.

Offensive Line Coach Chuck Kelly earned the award in 2011 for his support of the department in addition to his role on the football staff.

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Championship Season Picked as Fan Favorite In 2009, the Big South Conference recently celebrated its 25th Anniversary. As part of the celebration they recognized 25 of the best moments in League history. With more than 3,800 online votes, Charleston Southern’s memorable run to the 2005 Big South Championship in honor of fallen teammate Eddie Gadson was named the fan’s choice for the best overall moment. The video created to commemorate the event was also named a finalist for the College Sports Video of the Year during the 2009 Global Media Awards.

Edward A. Gadson Memorial Scholarship

2011 Zac Johnston

2006

2007

2008

2009

2006 Darius Jackson

2007 Alex Thomas

2008 Matt Bach

2009 Austin Bloedoorn

2010 2010 L.B. Cravey

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Buccaneers’ Landing

Buccaneer Field and the Whitfield Stadium Center have been the home of the Buccaneer football team since the 1999 season. Going into the 2011 season, the Buccaneers are 42-25 all-time at home. The Buccaneers have posted winning seasons at home in six of the last seven years, including undefeated home seasons in 2006 and 2008 and have posted just two seasons below .500 at home since the renovation. Prior to the 2005 Big South Championship season, the Buccaneers built a new scoreboard on the south end of the stadium, featuring a full-color Daktronics video board. Buccaneer Field has a 4,000 seat capacity, including chair back seats along the 50-yard line.

The Whitfield Stadium Center houses the coaches’ offices, a third-floor suite that is available for banquets or other events, as well as a press area on the fourth floor. The top floor of the Whitfield Stadium Center is divided up to allow private boxes for each coaching staff, a home and visiting radio, as well as the press suite and stat crew. The president’s suite is also located on the top floor. Roof access is also available for television cameras to catch all of the action.

Buccaneer Field will play host to five home games in 2011. The home-opener will be against Norfolk State on September 24, while Homecoming festivities will surround the game against Wesley College on October 1. Liberty will serve as the opponent for Youth Football Day on October 22 and the Bucs will finish the home slate with back-to-back home games against Stony Brook (November 5), and Coastal Carolina (November 12), when CSU will honor the 2011 senior class.

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Dr. Jairy C. Hunter, Jr. - University 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 MBA program in CSU’s School of Business. During his tenure at CSU, enrollment has increased from 1,600 students to more than 3,200. Academic programs have expanded to include graduate degrees in education, business administration, criminal justice and nursing. Church ministry-related 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. Beginning in 2007-08, the annual Hunter Cup is given to the top athlete who also stands out academically and spiritually.

Dr. Rick Brewer - Vice President for Student Affairs and Athletics 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 24-year tenure at CSU, he has played a vital role in shaping the University’s vision for a Christian campus environment and 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. 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 BS and MBA degrees from CSU and a PhD in Higher Educational Leadership from the University of South Carolina. In his role as Vice President for Student Affairs and Athletics, Dr. Brewer provides leadership for CSU’s student life, Christian ministries, denominational relations and athletics. His family has a solid commitment to Christian higher education - Dr. Brewer’s wife, Cathy, and two sons, Jason and Jonathan, are also alums of CSU. The Brewers are members of Summerville Baptist Church in Summerville, S.C., where he serves as a deacon.

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Hank Small - Director of Athletics Henry “ Hank” Small is in his 11th full year as CSU’s director of athletics and has helped lead CSU to 13 Big South Conference championships during his time, including the school’s first-ever League title in football. Small came to CSU in the summer of 2001 following a four-year stint as assistant football coach at Wake Forest University. Small has more than 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. Daughter Lacy and middle son Jonathan both graduated from CSU.

Charleston Southern Athletics Staff Directory Jay Mills Football Head Coach..........................................................7119 Thielen Smith Football Asst. Coach/Def. Coord...................................... 7036 Patrick Nix Football Asst. Coach/Off. Coord. / Recruiting Coord. .... 7121 Chuck Kelly Football Asst. Coach/Off. Line..........................................7110 Gabe Giardina Assist. Head Football Coach/Running backs....................... 7126 RaShan Frost Football Asst. Coach/Def. Line......................................... 7109 Marcus Woodson Football Asst. Coach/Secondary ...................................... 7490 Stuart Lake Baseball Head Coach........................................................ 7591 Barclay Radebaugh Men’s Basketball Head Coach.......................................... 7690 Julie Goodenough Women’s Basketball Head Coach..................................... 7684 Mike Wilson Men’s Golf Coach............................................................. 7556 Kory Thompson Women’s Golf Coach........................................................ 7122 Eric Terrill Women’s Soccer Head Coach .......................................... 7931 Shane Winkler Softball Head Coach ........................................................ 7686

Mike Baker 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/Athletics . .................. 7503 Hank Small Athletics Director . ........................................................... 7080 Cathryn Broderhausen Associate A.D. - External Affairs..................................... 7523 James Bradley Assistant A.D. - Operations ............................................. 7677 Mike Hammond Assistant A.D. - Compliance ........................................... 7078 Ashley Bailey Assist. Director for Sports Information............................ 7688 Brad Drake Assistant A.D. - Media Services....................................... 7681 Rachelle Bouronich Business Manager ............................................................ 7670 Paula Palmer Administrative Assistant .................................................. 7678 Christie Faircloth-Dixon Senior Women’s Administrator ........................................ 7629

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Brad Drake - Head Athletic Trainer Brad Drake joined the CSU Athletic Training staff in 2007, and was promoted to head athletic trainer in July of 2010. He is responsible for the healthcare needs of the football team and oversees the care of all other sports at Charleston Southern. Drake is originally from Greenville, S.C., and is a 1996 graduate of Presbyterian College. In 1998 he earned a master of arts degree in health and exercise science from Furman University. After receiving his Master’s, Brad completed a summer internship with the Carolina Panthers. Most recently, Brad was the Head Athletic Trainer at James F. Byrnes High School in Duncan, S.C. Brad also provided Athletic Training Coverage for the North team during the 2006 North/South All Star Football game in Myrtle Beach, S.C. A member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and the South Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association. He serves as the Chair of the Program Committee for the SCATA Annual Symposium. Married in May of 2010, to the former Catherine Cheek, in his free time Brad enjoys playing golf, watching movies and visiting with friends and family.

Lance Schuemann - Assistant Athletic Trainer Lance Schuemann joined the CSU staff in June 2011, and is responsible for the healthcare needs of men’s basketball and assists with football. Prior to joining CSU, he was an intern with the Florida Gators men’s tennis and basketball programs. Schuemann holds a master’s degree in sports administration from Valparaiso University. While at Valparaiso, he was responsible for the medical care of the football and baseball teams. In 2007, he graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training, where he was an athletic training student for the 2007 national championship men’s basketball program. Schuemann is a native of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., and a member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with friends and family, playing golf, and watching all sports, especially the Chicago Cubs.

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Tuesday Patterson, MBA, ATC

Laura Morris, MS, ATC

Brian Smith, MS, ATC


Athletic Training Center

The Athletic Training Program at Charleston Southern University strives to provide comprehensive athletic training services to almost 300 Division I student-athletes, participating in 16 varsity sports. Athletic training services include the recognition, treatment, rehabilitation, education and prevention of injuries that occur during intercollegiate athletic competition. The Charleston Southern University Athletic Training Center is located inside the CSU Field House. The facility is equipped with the tools necessary to provide extensive injury care and rehabilitative services for the Buccaneers. The CSU sports medicine department works in conjunction with South Carolina Sports Medicine. This group of highly talented and trusted physicians has been serving the Charleston area for the past 15 years. Dr. Joseph Calandra, Dr. Gary Windler, Dr. Seth Kupferman, Dr. James Dalton, Dr. Jon DeVries, Dr. George Pappas, Dr. John Hulvey and Dr. Eric Stem, along with Physician Assistants Michael Byers and Sarah Burkhart, work directly with the Charleston Southern Athletic Training staff to provide the highest quality orthopedic care for our student-athletes. Charleston Southern also works directly with Dr. Bo Machado, family practitioner, and Dr. Michael Engel as team dentist. The athletic training staff at Charleston Southern consists of five Certified Athletic Trainers. In July 2010, Brad Drake was named the head of the department, while Lance Schuemann, Tuesday Patterson and Laura Morris work to provide daily healthcare services to all CSU student-athletes. They also serve as approved clinical instructors for CSU’s nationally accredited Athletic Training Education Program. During the 2008-09 school year, the CSU athletic training staff was named the CSU Team of the Year and also the SCATA Athletic Training Staff of the Year.

Dr. James Dalton

Dr. Seth Kupferman

Dr. Gary Windler

Dr. Jon DeVries

Dr. George Pappas

Dr. John Hulvey

Dr. Joseph Calandra

Dr. Michael Engel

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Ashley Bailey - Assistant Director of Sports Information Ashley Bailey enters her second year at CSU in 2011-12 and serves as the contact for the men’s basketball, baseball and golf programs at CSU. She joins the Bucs after spending two seasons as the Assistant Director of Athletic Communications at Saint Francis University in Loretto, Pa. While with the Red Flash, she served as the primary media contact for the women’s basketball and football teams, as well as various other sports. She assisted in organizing the 2010 Northeast Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament and accompanied the Red Flash to the 2010 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament. Bailey did press releases, game notes, and media guides as well as aided with the redesign of the athletics’ web site at SFU. As an undergraduate at Ohio University, she volunteered in the media relations department and worked home football and baseball games for the Bobcats. A native of South Dartmouth, Mass., Bailey received a bachelor’s degree in journalism/public relations from Ohio in 2008 and completed a master’s of business administration at Saint Francis in 2010.

Thomas Morrow Sports Information Intern

Robert Christe Sports Information Intern

Assistant A.D.-Media (Football Contact).........................................................................................................................................TBA Phone....................................................................................................................................................................................843-863-7687 E-mail..................................................................................................................................................................................................TBA Assistant Director of Sports Information.........................................................................................................................Ashley Bailey Bailey’s Phone.....................................................................................................................................................................843-863-7037 E-mail......................................................................................................................................................................... abailey@csuniv.edu Sports Information Intern............................................................................................................................................. Thomas Morrow Office Phone.........................................................................................................................................................................843-863-7688 Sports Information Intern.................................................................................................................................................Robert Christe Office Phone.........................................................................................................................................................................843-863-7688 Student Assistants/Gameday workers....................................................... Mike Beasley, Sarah Croft, Mindy Fortner, David Harring, ....................................................................................................................Lynn Latham, Daniel Robinson, Jeff Waddell, Shane Walker Sports Information Fax......................................................................................................................................................843-863-7687 Mailing Address............................................................................................................................................................. P.O. Box 118087 ................................................................................................................................................................................. Charleston, SC 29423 Website.....................................................................................................................................................................www.CSUsports.com

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Big South 2011 Preseason All-Conference Preseason Poll (Points) 1. Liberty (123) 2. Stony Brook (104) 3. Coastal Carolina (96) T4. Charleston Southern (59) T4. Gardner-Webb (59) 6. VMI (42) 7. Presbyterian Coll. (21)

Preseason Offensive Player of the Year Mike Brown, QB, R-Sr. Liberty Preseason Defensive Player of the Year Andrae Jacobs, LB, Jr., Coastal Carolina

Preseason All-Conference Teams Offense Defense QB Mike Brown LU DL Asa Chapman LU RB Brock Jackolski SBU DL Preston Pemasa GWU RB Miguel Maysonet SBU DL Matt Goods GWU WR Chris Summers LU DL Ryan Haber SBU WR James Perry III GWU LB Andrae Jacobs CCU WR Matt Brevi SBU LB Marty Patterson GWU TE David Duran CCU LB A.J. Gross VMI OL Jamey Cheatwood CCU LB Craig Richardson SBU OL Jamie Dunaway GWU DB Josh Norman CCU OL Malcolm Boyd LU DB Charles James CSU OL Levi McFatter CSU DB Justin Bethel PC OL Max Travis PC DB Byron Allen VMI Special Teams PK Matt Bevins LU P Mike Larsson LU. LS Hudson Smith GWU KR Brock Jackolski SBU PR B.J. Hayes LU Big South Composite Schedule Saturday, Sept. 3 Wofford at PRESBYTERIAN, 1:30pm Delaware State at VMI, 1:30pm Furman at COASTAL CAROLINA, 6:00pm Brevard at GARDNER-WEBB, 6:00pm LIBERTY at North Carolina State, 6:00pm (TV: ESPN3.com) CSU at UCF, 7:00pm (TV: Bright House Sports Network) STONY BROOK at UTEP, 9:00pm Saturday, Sept. 10 North Greenville at PRESBYTERIAN, 1:30pm William & Mary at VMI, 1:30pm CSU at Florida State, 6:00pm (TV: ESPN3.com) Catawba at COASTAL CAROLINA, 6:00pm Robert Morris at LIBERTY, 7:00pm GARDNER-WEBB at Ohio STONY BROOK at Buffalo Saturday, Sept. 17 CSU at Jacksonville, 1:00pm Brown at STONY BROOK, 6:00pm GARDNER-WEBB at Wake Forest, 6:30pm (TV: ESPN3.com) James Madison at LIBERTY, 7:00pm COASTAL CAROLINA at Georgia PRESBYTERIAN at California (at AT&T Park) VMI at Richmond Saturday, Sept. 24 LIBERTY at Lehigh, 12:30pm PRESBYTERIAN at Furman, 1:00pm Norfolk State at CSU, 1:30pm COASTAL CAROLINA at North Carolina A&T, 4:00pm Lafayette at STONY BROOK, 6:00pm VMI at Akron

Saturday, Oct. 1 Wesley College at CSU, 1:30pm Kentucky Wesleyan at LIBERTY, 7:00pm GARDNER-WEBB at Samford

Saturday, Oct. 8 VMI at COASTAL CAROLINA *, 6:00pm LIBERTY at GARDNER-WEBB *, 6:00pm PRESBYTERIAN at STONY BROOK *, 6:00pm Saturday, Oct. 15 CSU at VMI *, 1:30pm GARDNER-WEBB at PRESBYTERIAN *, 2:00pm COASTAL CAROLINA at LIBERTY *, 3:30pm St. Anselm at STONY BROOK, 6:00pm Saturday, Oct. 22 LIBERTY at CSU *, 1:30pm STONY BROOK at VMI *, 1:30pm PRESBYTERIAN at Georgia Southern, 2:00pm GARDNER-WEBB at COASTAL CAROLINA *, 6:00pm Saturday, Oct. 29 VMI at The Citadel, 1:00pm CSU at GARDNER-WEBB *, 1:30pm PRESBYTERIAN at LIBERTY *, 3:30pm COASTAL CAROLINA at STONY BROOK *, 4:00pm Thursday, Nov. 3 Virginia State at GARDNER-WEBB, 6:00pm Saturday, Nov. 5 STONY BROOK at CSU *, 1:30pm VMI at LIBERTY *, 3:30pm PRESBYTERIAN at COASTAL CAROLINA *, 6:00pm

Saturday, Nov. 12 VMI at PRESBYTERIAN *, 1:00pm COASTAL CAROLINA at CSU *, 1:30pm STONY BROOK at GARDNER-WEBB *, 1:30pm Saturday, Nov. 19 CSU at PRESBYTERIAN *, 1:00pm LIBERTY at STONY BROOK *, 1:00pm GARDNER-WEBB at VMI *, 1:30pm COASTAL CAROLINA at Western Carolina, 2:00pm Saturday, Nov. 26 NCAA FCS Playoffs – First Round Saturday, Dec. 3 NCAA FCS Playoffs – Second Round Saturday, Dec. 10 NCAA FCS Playoffs – Quarterfinals Friday-Saturday, Dec. 16-17 NCAA FCS Playoffs – Semifinals TBA NCAA FCS Championship game (Frisco, Texas) BIG SOUTH MEMBER IN ALL CAPS * - Big South Conference game All Times EST and subject to change due to television

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About the Big South Conference BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE QUICK FACTS Address: 7233 Pineville-Matthews Road, Suite 100 Charlotte, NC 28226 Phone: (704) 341-7990 Fax: (704) 341-7991 www.BigSouthSports.com Founded 1983 President Penelope W. Kyle, Radford University Vice President Dr. Frank Bonner, Gardner-Webb University Secretary Dr. Anne Ponder, UNC Asheville Coordinator of Football Officials Doug Rhoads Full-Time Member Institutions (11): Campbell University, Charleston Southern University, Coastal Carolina University, Gardner-Webb University, High Point University, Liberty University, Presbyterian College, Radford University, UNC Asheville, Virginia Military Institute, Winthrop University. Associate Members: Stony Brook University (football), Bucknell University (women’s golf), College of the Holy Cross (women’s golf). Championship Sports (19): Baseball, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Men’s Cross Country, Women’s Cross Country, Football, Men’s Golf, Women’s Golf, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Softball, Men’s Tennis, Women’s Tennis, Men’s Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field, Women’s Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field, Volleyball, Women’s Lacrosse (2012-13)

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The Big South Conference took a big step in its young history in the Fall of 2002 when, for the first time in its 19-year history, the League crowned a football champion. Football had always been a long range goal of the Conference. In the early 1990s, football seemed on the horizon in the Big South, as Charleston Southern fielded its first team in 1991 and the Conference added Liberty as a new member, which was already playing on the gridiron. However, football never got off the ground in the early part of the decade as other issues came to the forefront, including the Big South’s emergence as a basketball conference. The League was awarded its first automatic bid to the NCAA men’s basketball championship in 1992 and football was put on the back burner while basketball began to flourish. The idea was revived in 1997 when Elon joined the Big South. That gave the Conference three full-time members with football programs -- half the number needed to be recognized as a Conference by the NCAA. Two years later on Nov. 10, 1999, Coastal Carolina University announced it would add football by the Fall of 2003. The wheels were set in motion to establish a Conference home for the League’s football-playing members. After attempts to form a joint football conference with the Atlantic Sun Conference failed, the Big South began recruiting more members to join its fledgling football league. On May 23, 2001, the dream became a reality when the Big South’s Council of Chief Executive Officers voted unanimously to add football as the Conference’s 18th championship sport. It became the first sport added since 1997 when men’s and women’s indoor track were incorporated as championship sports. Shortly after the approval of football, the Big South’s recruiting efforts paid off, as the addition of Gardner-Webb University as an associate football member was announced on June 20, 2001. There were hopes that with the addition of the Runnin’ Bulldogs, a four-team League could begin

play later that Fall, with Coastal Carolina coming into the fold in the 2003 season. However, scheduling conflicts could not be worked out, so the Fall of 2002 was designated as the kick-off to Big South Football. The Big South continued to look for additional members, with a goal of eventually having seven or eight playing members. On Dec. 10, 2001, one of the oldest programs in the state of Virginia -- Virginia Military Institute, announced it would join the Big South in all sports in 2003 and maintain the Conference’s football membership at five following Elon’s departure. In 2006, the League moved one step closer to etching its status as a viable football Conference. First, Coastal Carolina Athletic Director Warren Koegel was appointed to the FCS Football Selection Committee, the Big South’s first-ever representative on a national football committee. On April 6, the Big South added Presbyterian College as its sixth football member. Presbyterian, now in the final year of its transition to Division I, officially joined the Big South in all sports in 2008. On May 26, 2006, the Big South announced that associate football member Gardner-Webb would join the Conference as full members on July 1, 2008, solidifying the Big South’s football make-up for years to come. With membership coming together, the Big South received a huge boost at the conclusion of the 2006 campaign. League champion Coastal Carolina became the first football member to advance to the postseason when the Chanticleers received an at-large berth in the NCAA Division I Football Championship. The Big South took another step closer to becoming eligible for an automatic berth when on March 20, 2007, the Conference announced the addition of Stony Brook University as an associate football member beginning in 2008. All the efforts came to fruition in


About the Big South Conference the spring of 2008 when the NCAA announced the expansion of the FCS Playoffs from 16 to 20 teams beginning in 2010 and granting the Big South an automatic bid starting that year. The growth of Big South football has been exceptional since its inception just nine years ago. The Big South experienced its most successful campaign in 2006 with Coastal Carolina’s FCS playoff berth; two teams (Coastal Carolina and Charleston Southern) ranked in the national Top 25 in the same week for the first time; four appearances on the ESPN family of networks; and the first-ever NFL Draft pick and first finalist for the Walter Payton Award in Coastal Carolina’s Tyler Thigpen. In 2007, Liberty won the first of its four consecutive Big South football championships in record-breaking fashion just two years after finishing 1-10 overall; Coastal’s Jerome Simpson (second round) and Gardner-Webb’s Brian Johnston (seventh round) were selected in the NFL Draft, and the League’s five football members combined to average a Big South-record 7,488 fans per game. The Big South produced another nationally-ranked program in 2008 in Liberty, as well as its fourth NFL draft pick in three years – Liberty’s Rashad Jennings (seventh round).

Kyle B. Kallander Commisioner

James F. Companion, Jr. Associate Commissioner

Mark Simpson Asst. Commisioner Public Relations

The 2010 season saw the Big South make noise around the country early in the season with two wins over FBS opponents on the same day, when Gardner-Webb won in overtime at Akron and Liberty defeated Ball State on the road on Sept. 11. Prior to the start of the season, Stony Brook extended its football membership through the 2015 campaign. Individually, Liberty’s Mike Brown led the nation in total offense while Stony Brook was the only FCS team to have two 1,000-yard rushers in Miguel Maysonet and Brock Jackolski. Coastal Carolina emerged from a three-way tie for first-place with the Big South’s first-ever automatic bid to the FCS Playoffs. The Chanticleers also became the first Conference member to host a football playoff game as Coastal faced Western Illinois in the first round at Brooks Stadium. The Conference also had its largest television package to date, as a record eight League games were broadcast while Big South football members appeared on TV 12 of the 13 weeks of the season. With an automatic playoff berth officially awarded to its annual champion, the Big South is poised to continue its ascension as a national competitor in FCS football with an eye on advancing in the postseason and capturing the ultimate goal – a national championship.

Chad Cook Dawn Turner Assistant Commissioner Associate Commissioner/ Marketing Senior Women’s Administrator

Nic Bowman Assistant Director of Public Relations

Mark Bryant Director of New Media

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Charleston, South Carolina

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“The Holy City”

harleston 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 Top 10 United States gardens offer visitors a fascinating glimpse Cities to Visit 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. 1. San Francisco The area’s lush sea islands and sun-drenched beaches offer as 2. Charleston, S.C. much recreation or relaxation as your heart desires. Golf is on a world- class level, with challenging courses reflecting the natural beauty of 3. Santa Fe the South Carolina Lowcountry. Charter fishing on the Gulf stream or inshore waters is readily available. Shopping is one of our vis- 4. New York City tors’ most passionate pursuits. Marvel at native sweetgrass baskets 5. Chicago and handmade crafts found in Charleston’s famous open-air market, or browse through inviting boutiques, art galleries and antique shops 6. Honolulu found throughout the Charleston area. When it comes to dining, your 7. Carmel, Calif. biggest decision may be just what to try next. Every meal is a celebra- tion of tastes, with a variety that ranges from traditional oyster roasts to 8. Savannah 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. 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 Source: 2009 Condé Nast Traveler have been a treasured tradition for over 300 years.

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ounded in 1964, Charleston Southern is located near historic Charleston and the beautiful beaches of the South Carolina coastline. Charleston Southern is one of South Carolina’s largest accredited, independent universities, enrolling approximately 3,200 students. Affiliated with the South Carolina Baptist Convention, the University’s vision is to be a Christian university nationally recognized for integrating faith in learning, leading and serving. CSU has been named to America’s 100 Best College Buys, Military Friendly Schools, America’s Best Christian Colleges, VA Yellow Ribbon Program and The President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. The University awards bachelor’s and master’s degrees and is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and offers more than 35 undergraduate majors and four graduate programs in business, criminal justice, education and nursing. Each degree program is combined with a comprehensive liberal arts foundation, which is designed to develop problem-solving and communication skills. Situated on 300 acres, formerly the site of a rice and indigo plantation, Charleston Southern University is in the center of the Charleston metropolitan area. Mild winters and long summers allow many opportunities for outdoor recreation in a city which is famous for its gardens and plantations, miles of wide sandy beaches and major fine arts events, including the Spoleto Festival USA.

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Charleston Southern: A Spirit


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eyond the classroom, students participate in a variety of campus activities including academic clubs, service organizations, intramural athletics and campus ministries. The University offers intercollegiate athletics for both men and women, competing in the NCAA Division I Big South Conference. Charleston Southern fields teams in basketball, baseball, softball, women’s soccer, cross country, track and field, golf, tennis and volleyball, as well as an NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision team. Our athletic programs have produced several nationally recognized professional sports figures, including Charlie Simpkins, 1992 Olympic silver medalist; Maurice Price and Josh Breeden, who signed as free agents in the NFL; Bryant Burch, who signed with the CFL’s Calgary Stampeders; Crystal Carpenter, who signed with the WNBA’s Utah Starzz; R.J. Swindle, who played for the Charleston Riverdogs as a member of the Yankees organization and became the first CSU player to ever pitch in a MLB game, joining the Phillies; Tyler Thornburg, who was taken by the Milwaukee Brewers in the third round of the 2010 MLB draft; and Bobby Parnell, who made it to the Majors with the N.Y. Mets. Charleston Southern University is proud to have sent 11 different teams to NCAA competition over the past nine years. The women’s golf team is the most recent to represent the University in NCAA postseason play, winning the conference championship in 2010, while men’s tennis is historically the most consistent, having competed in four NCAA tournaments since 1999. In it’s history, CSU has captured 28 Big South Conference championships.

CSU Fast Facts Enrollment (2010-11): Undergraduate: Graduate: Total: Faculty (full-time):

2,782 449 3,231 133

Academic Majors: 38 undergraduate / 4 graduate Schools/Colleges: School of Business, School of Education, Derry Patterson Wingo School of Nursing, College of Science and Mathematics, College of Humanities and Social Sciences and College of Adult and Professional Studies Religious Affiliation: South Carolina Baptist Convention

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D egree P rograms

The Bachelor of Arts degree is a four-year degree designed primarily for students concentrating in the fine arts and may be earned with a major in any of the following areas:

Business Administration Communication and Theatre English * Graphic Design Humanities and Fine Arts Music (Performance or Church Music) Music Education (Choral or Instrumental) Music Therapy Religion Spanish * Youth Ministry

Professional programs are offered in the following fields:

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Predentistry Preengineering Prelaw Premedicine Prepharmacy Preseminary The Bachelor of Technology degree provides a liberal arts education and a core of professionally related cognate courses for persons holding an Associate of Science degree in an approved technical field.

The Bachelor of Science degree is a fouryear degree designed primarily for students concentrating in the social and natural sciences and may be earned with a major in any of the following areas:

Applied Mathematics Athletic Training Biochemistry Biology * Business Administration Chemistry * Computer Science Criminal Justice Early Childhood Education Economics * Elementary Education History * Mathematics * Natural Science Physical Education * Political Science * Psychology * Social Science Sociology * Health Promotion The Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (BSN) is a 1 + 3 curriculum program and has Full Approval of the S.C. Board of Nursing. It is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission.

The Bachelor of Management Arts degree provides a fast track and convenient degree in general business management for nontraditional students. A student transferring in previous college credit hours, accredited work training and military experience could complete the degree program in as little as 20 months. Graduate degrees are offered in the following fields: Master of Business Administration (with emphases in Accounting, Finance, Management Information Systems and Organizational Development) Online courses available. Master of Science in Criminal Justice Master of Science in Nursing Master of Education Elementary Secondary Administration * Teacher certification programs are available for these majors Charleston Southern University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.


2011 CSU Football Media Guide  

Charleston Southern's 2011 Football Media Guide.

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