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2013 DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL UNIVERSITY/FOOTBALL FACTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Facts Media Guidelines Media outlets The MEAC MEAC champs/All-Sport Winners 2013 DSU opponents

1 2 3 4-5 6 8-10

2013 Season Preview Season outlook Depth chart/pronunciation guide Alphabetical roster Numerical roster Roster breakdown

14-16 17 18-19 20-21 22

2013 Player Profiles Veterans Newcomers

19-69 70-71

Coaches/Staff Kermit Blount Nick Calcutta Arrington Jones Mike Ketchum Curt Thomas Jeff Braxton Tory Woodbury Lonnie Teasley

Location Founded Enrollment President Faculty Representative Director of Athletics Nickname Colors National Affiliation Conference Stadium Capacity Surface Press Box Phone

Dover, Del. 19901 1891 4,100 Dr. Harry L. Williams Dr. Jan Blade Candy Young Hornets Columbia Blue (PMS 297) & Red (PMS 199) NCAA Div. I FCS MEAC Alumni Stadium 7,000 Artificial (A-Turf) (302) 857-7651

History 73-76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83

2012 Season Review 2012 game recaps 2012 DSU/Opponent Stats

84-103 104-111

History & Records DSU All-Americans and pros

112-128 129-132

This is Delaware State This is DSU Dr. Harry L. Williams, DSU Pres. Candy Young, DSU AD DSU Academic Services DSU Sports Medicine Athletic Facilities This is Dover/Kent County

General Information

First Year of Football All-Time Record All-Time MEAC Record Conference Titles All-Time Playoff Record

1924 344-385-11 124-145-1 Six (‘85, ‗87‘, ‗88‘, ‘89, ‘91, ‘07) 0-1

Coaching Staff Head Coach Alma Mater Record at DSU Career Record Football Office Phone Football Office Fax Assistant Coaches Nick Calcutta Michael Ketchum Arrington Jones III Jeff Braxton Curtis Thomas Tory Woodbury Lonnie Teasley Don Jones Video Coordinator Equipment Manager Dir. Sports Medicine Administrative Assistant

Kermit Blount Winston-Salem State/1980 9-11 (.450)/ two years 100-100-3 (.493) (302) 857-7447 (302) 857-7555 Asst. HC/Offensive Line/TEs Defensive Coordinator/OLBs Offensive Coordinator/QBs Defensive Line/Recruiting Wide Receivers Running Backs/Special Teams Cornerbacks Safeties Shekima Yarbrey Mark Springs Lori Leary Edna Piper

Team Information 2012 Overall Record 2012 MEAC Record Conference Finish Final National Rankings Offense Defense Lettermen Returning (41) Offense Defense Specialists Lettermen Lost (20) Offense Defense Specialists

6-5 (4-1 home, 2-4 away) 5-3 (3-1 home, 2-2 away) T-3rd N/A Multiple 4-3 17 22 0 12 8 2

Starters Returning/Lost (13/9) Offense 3/8 Defense 8/3 Specialists 2/0 Top Returners Rushing – Malcolm Williams (Jr.), 90 carries for 437 yards, 4.9 avg., 2 TD; Dae-Hon Cheung (So.), 82 carries for 410 yards, 5.0 avg.; 3 TDs; Nagee Jackson (So.), 79 carries for 238 yds., 3.0 avg., 7 TDs; Passing – N/A.; Receiving – Milton Williams (Jr.) 3 catches for 26 yards, 8.7 avg.; ―Bo‖ Ceravolo (r-So.), 3 catches for 24 yards, 8.0 avg.; Defense – Davon Moore (Jr.), 97 tackles, 5.5 TFL; Terrick Colston (So.), 95 tackles; Ernest Adjei (Sr.), 93 tackles; 11.5 TFL, 2.5 sacks 2012 Results (6-5, 5-3 MEAC) Sep. 1 VMI Sep. 8 at Delaware (NBCS) Sep. 15 at Cincinnati Sep. 22 FLORIDA A&M* Oct. 6 at Norfolk State* Oct. 13 SC STATE* Oct. 20 NCA&T* Oct. 25 at Morgan St.* (ESPNU) Nov. 3 at NC Central* Nov. 10 HAMPTON* Nov. 17 at Howard* *-MEAC Game

W, 17-10 L, 14-38 L, 7-23 W, 22-24 W, 20-17 W, 31-17 W, 24-0 W, 28-23 L, 20-23 ot W, 35-27 L, 34-41

2013 Schedule Sep. 7 at Delaware AWAY Sep. 14 at Towson AWAY Sep. 21 at N. Dakota St. AWAY Sep. 28 at Savannah St.* AWAY Oct. 5 BETHUNE-COKMAN* HOME Oct. 12 NORFOLK STATE* HOME (HC) Oct. 19 at NCA&T* AWAY Oct. 26 at Hampton* AWAY Nov. 2 HOWARD* HOME Nov. 16 at Florida A&M* AWAY Nov. 23 MORGAN STATE* HOME

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All times Eastern Athletic Media Relations Assist. Media Relations Director/FB contact Dennis K. Jones Office Phone (302) 857-6068 Jones‘ Cell (302) 270-6088

Jones‘ E-Mail

djones@desu.edu

Mailing Address DSU Athletic Media 1200 N. DuPont Hwy Dover, DE 19901 DSU Athletics Website www.DSUHornets.com

MEAC CHAMPS — 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

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2013 DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL Media Guidelines The 2013 Delaware State University Football Guide is designed to assist members of the media in its coverage of Hornets football. Additional information, including releases and photographs may be obtained by contacting the DSU Athletic Media Relations Office at (302) 857-6068; 7365. Media Credentials All requests for press, broadcast and photo credentials for DSU home football games should be directed to Dennis Jones by calling (302-857-6068; 7365), faxing (302) 857-6034 or e-mailing djones@desu.edu. Requests should be made at least one week before the game. Working press box space is allocated on the following basis: (1) daily newspaper and wire-service writers covering for same/next-day publications; (2) radio and television personnel for broadcast origination; (3) newspaper and television photographers. Limited space is available for weekly representatives, nationally accredited internet news services and non-originating radio representatives on a game-by-game basis. Photo and Film Guidelines NCAA rules limit shooting to outside the restraining line enclosing the playing field and between the 35-yard lines. No media personnel or their equipment shall be in the team area or coaching box. Each photographer is required to display their credential visibly on the sidelines. Media Parking Media Parking for all home football games is located in Lot 1 (next to Alumni Stadium) on the DSU campus. Media requesting season parking should contact the DSU Athletic Media Relations Office. (Pease note: Parking is limited and is on a first-come, first-serve basis. A parking pass does not guarantee a designated spot in Lot 1). On game day, Lot 1 will be accessed via the east -most entrance (Gate 1) on College Road. From Route 13, College Road is just across from North Dover Shopping Center/Acme Supermarket. Enter campus via the first gate on the right. Follow signs to Lot 1. If you are traveling East on College Road (towards DSU), enter campus via third gate on left. Immediately turn left, follow road to Lot 1 on right. Will Call Media Will Call is located at the west-most ticket booth at Alumni Stadium. Any credentials or parking passes needed day-of-game will be left with a Game Day Staff member at the College Road entrance to Lot 1. Interviews ALL INTERVIEWS should be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance through the DSU Athletic Media Relations Office (302-857-6068; 7365). The best time for in-season interviews with head coach Kermit Blount is before or after practice. Please call at least one day in advance for all phone interviews. The DSU Athletic Media Relations Office will not distribute home/cell numbers for players or coaches. All phone interviews should be conducted during those times reserved for general media interview sessions.

Post-game Interviews The athletic staff at Delaware State University is aware of the importance of media coverage and respects the role of the media insofar as it interacts with their respective duties. To ensure the most workable situation for members of both entities, the following procedures must be observed. 1) Delaware State University football program will observe a customary 15minute cooling off period before beginning post-game interviews. 2) Interviews will be conducted in a predetermined post-game press conference area (DSU Strength and Conditioning Center). 3) The press conference will begin with the visiting team‘s head coach and players followed by Delaware State. 4) Post-game interviews will NOT be held on the field, unless it is necessary in order to meet deadlines. Each visiting team will set its own post-game interview policy, which will be announced in the press box during the fourth quarter. Check with the opposing team‘s sports information staff if you have further questions. Statistics and Services Complete statistics, play-by-play and post-game quotes will be available at all DSU home games. Game notes, game programs and media guides will also be available. Telephone and fax transmissions will be available after the game. A game recap/story along with statistics will be sent to media outlets and others requested by the visiting sports information director. Stat monitors are available for print and electronic media, giving an up-to-the-minute account throughout the game. Scouting All requests for scouting must be made through the DSU Athletic Media Relations Office in advance of game day. Press box seating will be arranged upon availability. Weekly Game Notes Game notes will be available every Monday (with the exception of open dates). They will be accessible via the ―Media Center‖ on www.DSUHornets.com as well as e-mailed to our media distribution list.

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS MEDIA RELATIONS Dennis K. Jones Primary Football Contact (302) 857-6068 (office) djones@desu.edu

There will be no player interviews on Saturday (prior to a game). Calling players at their homes or on their cell phones will NOT be tolerated. THE DSU DORMITORIES, CLASS ROOMS, LOCKER ROOM, WEIGHT ROOM AND TRAINING ROOM ARE OFF LIMITS TO THE MEDIA AT ALL TIMES.

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Mailing Address 1200 N. DuPont Hwy. Dover, DE 19901 Phone: (302) 857-6068; 6239 Fax: (302) 857-6034; 6069 Website: www.DSUHornets.com

MEAC CHAMPS — 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL MEDIA OUTLETS Newspapers Mike Finney Wilmington News Journal Dover Bureau P.O. Box 518 116 E. Water St. Dover, DE 19903 Phone: (302) 734-7945 Fax: 734-2587 mfinney@delawareonline.com Sports Desk Wilmington News Journal Wilmington Bureau P.O. Box 155 Wilmington, DE 19850 Phone: 800-323-7766| FAX: (302) 324-2298 scores@delawareonline.com Andy Walter—Sports Editor Delaware State News Box 737 Dover, DE 19901 Phone: (302) 741-8227 or 8231 FAX: (302) 741-8252 sports@newszap.com walter@newszap.com Shawn Yonker Salisbury Daily Times P.O. Box 1937 Salisbury, MD 21802 Phone: (410) 749-7171 X213 FAX: (410) 749-7290 Mike Santabarbara Dover Post P.O. Box 664 Dover, DE 19901 Phone: (302) 678-3616 FAX: (302) 678-8291 brian.citino@doverpost.com

Television Donald Hunt Philadelphia Tribune 522 S. 16th St. Philadelphia, PA 19146 Phone: (215) 893-4081 FAX: (215) 735-3612 DHunt37261@aol.com

Eric Moore The Onnidan Group P.O. Box 19963 Raleigh, NC 27619 Phone: (910) 486-1381 FAX: (919) 785-9975 ericmoore@onnidan.com

WBOC-TV Scott Abraham/Shannel Douglas P.O. Box 2057 Salisbury, Md. 21801 Phone: (410) 749-6096; X246 or X237 FAX: (410) 742-5190 sports@wboc.com

Cape Gazette Sports P.O. Box 213 Lewes, DE 19958 Phone: (302) 645-7700 Fax: (302) 645-1664 newsroom@capegazette.com

Lut Williams Black College Sports Page 7 Belles Ct. Greensboro, NC 27401 Phone: (336) 370-9752 FAX: (336) 691-0990 azeezcomm@aol.com

WMDT-TV 47 47202 Downtown Plaza Salisbury, MD 21801 Phone: (410) 742-4747 X324 FAX: (410) 749-4777

Tom O‘Toole College Editor USA Today 1000 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22229 Phone: (703) 854-7629 FAX: (703) 276-5505

Wire Services and Media Agencies

Radio Stations Don Voltz WDEL-AM Radio 2727 Shipley Road Wilmington, DE 19803 Phone: (302) 478-8898 FAX: (302) 479-1532

Sports Desk Associated Press 218 N. Charles St.; Suite 330 Baltimore, MD 212021 Phone: 800-284-3524 FAX: (410) 837-4291

Sports Director WDOV/WDSD/WRDX 5595 W. Denny‘s Rd. Dover, DE 19904 Phone: (302) 674-1410 FAX: (302) 674-2049 FAX: (302) 793-4204

Craig Haley Sports Network 700 Mason Mill Business Park Huntingdon Valey, PA 19906 Phone: 800-227-7249 FAX: 800-227-0803 chaley@sportsnetwork.com

Ty Miller American Urban Radio 960 Renn Ave., Suite 200 Pittsburgh, PA 15222 Phone: 800-456-4211 FAX: (412) 456-4040 tym@sgi.net

ESPN/Sports Ticker Harborside Financial Center 500 Plaza Two Jersey City, NJ 07311-3992 Phone: (201) 938-4529 FAX: 800-336-0383

Comcast SportsNet 3601 S. Broad St. Philadelphia, PA 19148 Phone: (215) 952-5350 FAX: (215) 952-5331 pmcelroy@spectacor.com

Campus Media The Hornet Newspaper MLK Student Center Delaware State University 1200 N. DuPont Hwy. Dover, DE 19901 Phone: (302) 857-6369 Statesman Yearbook MLK Student Center 1200 N. DuPont Hwy. Dover, DE 19901 Phone: (302) 857-6365

Heritage Sports Radio Network sportsnews@hsrn.com

Stats, Inc. FAX: 847-676-0821

Directions to Delaware State University Delaware State University is located in north Dover along U.S. 13, directly across from the Dover Mall and Dover Downs International Speedway. From Pennsylvania: Take I-95 south through Wilmington, Del. (or I-495 for a faster route around Wilmington). South of Wilmington, take Exit 4A (Route 1) to Dover. Follow Route 1 to Exit 104. Turn left at the light onto Route 13. The campus entrance is one your right at the sixth traffic light. From: New Jersey: After crossing Delaware Memorial Bridge, stay on I-295 south (toward Baltimore) until it ends at I-95. Then take Exit 4A (Route 1) to Dover. Follow Route 1 to Exit 104. Turn left at the light onto Route 13. The campus entrance is one your right at the sixth traffic light. From Baltimore and Northern Maryland: Take I-95 north to Exit 4A (Route 1) to Dover. Follow Route 1 to Exit 104. Turn left at the light onto Route 13. The campus entrance is one your right at the sixth traffic light. From points south: Take Route 13 or Route 113 north to Dover. Stay on Route 13 through Dover. The campus is located on your left directly across from the Dover Mall and Dover Downs International Speedway. From Washington, DC, south Baltimore and points west: From the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, follow Route 50 to 301 north. About five miles past the rest stop, make a right onto MD 302. Drive through Barclay and Templeville into Delaware. At the state line, the road changes to DE 11 to Hartly, Del. Take a right at the stop sign in Hartley onto DE 44. DE 44 ends at Route 8 (Pearson‘s Corner). Turn left onto Route 8. Once in Dover, take a left onto Kenton Road (there‘s Dairy Queen and McDonald‘s at the light). Make a right turn at second light onto College Road. The college is located on your left. If College Road gates are closed, stay straight to Route 13. Take a left onto 13. The main campus entrance is on your left at the second light.

MEAC CHAMPS — 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) begins its 44th year of intercollegiate competition heading into the 2013-14 academic year. Located in Norfolk, Va., the MEAC is made up of 13 outstanding historically black institutions across the Atlantic coastline: Bethune-Cookman University, Coppin State University, Delaware State University, Florida A&M University, Hampton University, Howard University, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Morgan State University, Norfolk State University, North Carolina A&T State University, North Carolina Central University, Savannah State University and South Carolina State University. The MEAC sponsors 16 Division I (FCS) sports with automatic qualifying bids for NCAA postseason competition in baseball, bowling, men‘s and women‘s basketball, men‘s and women‘s cross country, football, men‘s and women‘s tennis, men‘s and women‘s track and field, softball, and volleyball. MEAC student-athletes excel on and off the field and several have been recognized on ESPN The Magazine/ CoSIDA Academic All-America and All-District teams. The MEAC awards two post-graduate scholarships of $5,000 each annually to one male and one female student-athlete who have excelled academically and athletically and are in their final season of intercollegiate athletics eligibility and competition under MEAC and NCAA regulations.

Dr. Dennis Thomas MEAC COMMISSIONER

HISTORY In 1969, a bold ad hoc group of innovators long associated with intercollegiate athletics met in Durham, N.C., to discuss the feasibility of organizing a new conference. From these discussions, they formed a steering and planning committee to fully investigate the idea, present a detailed report with recommendations to interested collegiate institutions and construct a workshop to outline proposals.

After selecting a proposal and adopting a program, seven institutions (Delaware State College, Howard University, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Morgan State University, North Carolina A&T State University, North Carolina Central University and South Carolina State College) agreed to become the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Their major objective was to establish, organize and supervise an intercollegiate athletic program among a compact group of educational institutions of high academic standards with a sound philosophy of co-curricular activities. The conference agreed to seek Division I status for its sports. The conference was confirmed in 1970, kicking off its first season of competition in football in 1971. In 1978, the MEAC reached a milestone when it selected Kenneth A. Free to be its first full-time commissioner. Free served the conference for 18 years before stepping down in May of 1996. In July 1996, Charles S. Harris was named commissioner and served in the capacity until April 2002. On September 1, 2002, Dr. Dennis E. Thomas was named commissioner and has served in the position for nine years. The conference‘s first expansion occurred in October 19709, when Bethune-Cookman College and Florida A&M University were voted into the MEAC as new members. Original members Morgan State, North Carolina Central and Maryland Eastern Shore withdrew from the conference at the end of the 1979-80 fiscal year. Maryland Eastern Shore was readmitted in 1981 and Morgan State returned in 1984. Florida A&M opted to resign in 1984 but rejoined the conference in 1986. Coppin State College was granted admittance in 1985, becoming the ninth member institution. The MEAC expanded again in the 1990s with the inclusion of Hampton University (1995) and Norfolk State University (1997). The conference expanded once again in 2007, adding Winston-Salem State University. Following the 2009-10 academic/athletic season, however, Winston-Salem State withdrew from the conference and returned to Division II. On July 1, 2010, the MEAC made its most recent expansion with the admittance of North Carolina Central and Savannah State University. On June 8, 1980, the MEAC was classified as a Division I conference by the NCAA. Prior to that year, the conference operated as a Division II conference. The month after it achieved Division I status, the MEAC received an automatic qualification to the NCAA Division I Men‘s Basketball Championship. Currently, the conference has automatic qualifying bids for NCAA postseason play in baseball (since 1994), men‘s basketball (since 1981), women‘s basketball (since 1982), football (since 1996), softball (since 1995), men‘s and women‘s tennis (since 1998), and volleyball (since 1994). The MEAC initiated cross country in 1980, and North Carolina A&T earned the inaugural men‘s crown. The first women‘s cross country championship took place a year later, with Howard winning the first of its seven titles. Indoor Track and Field was also added in 1981, with South Carolina State capturing the men‘s title and Howard winning the women‘s crown. Tennis and golf returned as MEAC-governed sports in 1981 after a five-year hiatus. South Carolina State won all seven of the conference‘s golf championships from 1972-1983 before the sport was discontinued after the 1983 championship. Baseball, which began in 1972, was discontinued following the 1977 season. It was brought back as a MEAC-governed sport along with women‘s volleyball in 1983. Women‘s softball became a MEAC-sanctioned sport in 1992. Bowling was officially sanctioned as a MEAC sport in 1999. The MEAC was the first conference to secure NCAA sanctioning for women‘s bowling by adopting the club sport prior to the 1996-97 school year.

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MEAC CHAMPS — 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS

The MEAC has enjoyed tremendous athletic success over the years. In 2008, Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) defeated Arkansas State 4-2 to win the NCAA Women‘s Bowling National Championship, a first for the conference and institution. With the victory, Lady Hawks‘ Head Coach Sharon Brummell became the first female head coach to win an NCAA bowling title. The Lady Hawks repeated the feat in 2011 to win the team‘s second NCAA title. During the same season, UMES won the United States Bowling Congress (USBC) Intercollegiate Team Championships (ITC), becoming the first team to win two national championships during the same season. In men‘s basketball, UMES became the first historically black college/university (HBCU) to participate in the 1974 National Invitational Tournament (NIT). The Hawks defeated Manhattan, 84-81, in the first round before falling to Jacksonville by two points in the second round. Before the Jacksonville loss, UMES had the best record in the nation at 27-1. That same year, Morgan State won the NCAA College Division II National Championship and junior center Marvin ―The Human Eraser‖ Webster was named the Division II Player of the Year. The 1981 tournament champion Howard Bison became the first MEAC team to play in the NCAA Division I Basketball Championship. Coppin State and Hampton made history in the NCAA Division I Men‘s Basketball Tournament with first-round victories. The No. 15 seeded Coppin State Eagles defeated No. 2 South Carolina in 1997, and No. 15 seeded Hampton defeated No. 2 Iowa State in 2001. ESPN Sports Center ranked both victories ranked among the Top 10 greatest tournament upsets of all time. In women‘s basketball, South Carolina State won the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) Division II National Championship in 1979. In 1982, Howard became the first MEAC women‘s team to participate in the NCAA Division I Women‘s Basketball Championship. South Carolina State earned the conference‘s bid in 1983 and became the first MEAC team, men or women, to win an opening-round game in the NCAA Division I Basketball Tournament. In 2010, The North Carolina A&T Lady Aggies defeated Wake Forest and Charlotte before falling to Miami in the third round of the Women‘s National team and historically black college/university to win two consecutive basketball games in a national postseason tournament. The No. 13 Hampton Lady Pirates faced No. 4 Kentucky in the 2011 NCAA Division I Women‘s Basketball Tournament. The 13th seed was the highest seed earned by a MEAC women‘s basketball program since the inception of the 64-team bracket in 1994. In football, the MEAC was instrumental in constructing the Freedom Bowl All-Star Classic, the Heritage Bowl and the Gold Bowl. Prior to Division I competition, the MEAC competed in the Gold Bowl, held in Richmond, Va., which matched the MEAC champion against the champion of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA). South Carolina State represented the MEAC in 1976 and 1979, winning both outings over Winston-Salem State and Norfolk State respectively. In addition to the 1976 and 1979 crowns, South Carolina State won MEAC football titles in 1974-78, 1980-83, 1994, 2004, 2008 and 2009. South Carolina State won MEAC football titles in 1974-78, 1980-83,1994, 2004, 2008 and 2009. They were also named co-champions along with Bethune-Cookman and Florida A&M during the 2010 season. During the 1981 and 1982 seasons, South Carolina State reached the second round of the I-AA championships. On the track, Hampton‘s Francenca McCorory set an American record in the 400m dash with a time of 50.54 and defended her national indoor title at the 2010 NCAA Indoor Championships. McCorory, a two-time All-American and three-time MEAC indoor champion in the 400m dash, became the first back-to-back NCAA indoor 400m champion since Suziann Reid of Texas (1998 and 1999). McCorory was named the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Division I National Athlete of the Year for the 2010 Indoor Track and Field season. In outdoor track and field, North Carolina Central won the first three MEAC titles. The quartet of Melvin Bassett, Robert Ouko, Julius Sang and Larry Black set the world record in the sprint medley relay with a time of 38.19 in the 1972 Olympics. The Eagles finished fourth in the 1974 NCAA Division I Men‘s Outdoor Track and Field Championship. MEAC women began outdoor track and field conference competition in 1980. In 1982, South Carolina State won the AIAW Division II Outdoor Track and Field National Championship. The MEAC has showcased more than 27 athletes in the Olympics. Among them, 11 have earned medals during the Summer Games. In 2003, Florida A&M became the first MEAC school to win a volleyball match in the NCAA Championship, with a first-round win over Winthrop. In 2004, the Lady Rattlers became the first historically black college/university to rank in the Top 25 of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) national poll. South Carolina State‘s women‘s tennis team earned the conference‘s first Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) ranking in a 2005 poll, reaching No. 72. In softball, Bethune-Cookman earned the conference‘s first-ever at-large bid to the NCAA Softball Championship in 2005. The Lady Wildcats defeated Florida, Central Florida and South Florida in the Florida Regional to become the first MEAC school to win an NCAA Division I Softball Regional. Bethune-Cookman ended the 2005 season with the conference‘s first-ever rankings in the final softball polls, reaching No. 18 in the NFCA/USA Today Coaches poll and No. 23 in the USA Softball/ESPN.com Poll. Florida A&M was the first MEAC baseball team to advance to NCAA postseason play in 1994. The Rattlers took on Southeastern Louisiana in a best of three play-in series, falling after two games, 11-10 and 8-7. During the 2002 campaign, Bethune-Cookman advanced to the Gainesville Regional and became the first MEAC team to win in the NCAA Tournament with a 7-4 victory over Florida International. The Wildcats had previously lost to Florida in their first game 13-1, and the team was eliminated from the regional with a 21-10 loss in its second matchup against the Gators.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS/ALL-SPORTS AWARD WINNERS .

All-Time MEAC All-Sports Award Winners Mary McLeod Bethune Award (Women)

All-Time MEAC Football Champions 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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Morgan State North Carolina Central North Carolina Central South Carolina State South Carolina State North Carolina A&T South Carolina State Morgan State South Carolina State South Carolina State Morgan State South Carolina State South Carolina State South Carolina State Florida A&M South Carolina State Bethune-Coookman Delaware State North Carolina A&T Delaware State Bethune-Coookman Florida A&M Delaware State Delaware State Florida A&M North Carolina A&T Delaware State North Carolina A&T Howard South Carolina State Florida A&M Florida A&M Hampton Hampton North Carolina A&T Florida A&M Florida A&M Bethune-Coookman North Carolina A&T Hampton South Carolina State Hampton Hampton Delaware State South Carolina State South Carolina State Bethune-Cookman Norfolk State Bethune-Cookman

(5-0-1, 6-4-1) (5-1, 9-2) (5-1, 7-4) (5-1, 8-4) (5-1, 8-2) (5-1, 8-3) (5-1, 10-1) (5-1, 6-4) (6-0, 9-1) (5-0, 8-2) (5-0, 9-2) (5-0, 10-1) (5-0, 10-3) (4-1, 9-3) (4-1, 6-5) (4-0, 7-3) (4-0, 7-3) (4-0, 9-2) (4-1, 9-3) (5-0, 8-2) (4-2, 5-6) (4-2, 6-4) (4-2, 5-5) (5-1, 7-4) (6-0, 7-4) (5-1, 9-3) (5-1, 9-2) (5-1, 9-3) (6-0, 11-1) (6-0, 10-2) (6-0, 9-2) (7-0, 9-3) (7-0, 10-2) (7-1, 9-3) (8-0, 10-1) (7-1, 9-2) (7-1, 7-3) (7-1, 11-2) (6-1, 10-3) (6-1, 10-2) (6-1, 9-2) (7-0, 11-1) (7-1, 10-2) (8-0, 10-2) (8-0, 10-3) (8-0; 10-2) (7-1; 10-2) (7-1; 9-3) (8-0; 9-3)

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Delaware State Howard Howard Howard South Carolina State Howard Florida A&M Florida A&M Florida A&M Florida A&M Florida A&M Florida A&M Florida A&M Florida A&M Florida A&M Hampton Hampton Hampton Hampton Hampton Hampton Hampton Hampton Hampton Hampton Hampton Hampton

Talmadge Layman Hill Award (Men) 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Howard Morgan State South Carolina State South Carolina State South Carolina State South Carolina State South Carolina State South Carolina State South Carolina State South Carolina State South Carolina State South Carolina State South Carolina State Delaware State Delaware State Howard Howard Florida A&M Delaware State Florida A&M Florida A&M Florida A&M Florida A&M Florida A&M/NCA&T No. Carolina A&T Florida A&M Florida A&M Hampton Florida A&M Norfolk State Florida A&M Hampton Hampton Norfolk State Norfolk State Norfolk State Norfolk State Norfolk State Norfolk State Norfolk State Norfolk State Norfolk State

MEAC CHAMPS — 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 Opponents DELAWARE Sat., Sep. 7— 3:30 p.m. Delaware Stadium (Tubby Raymond Field) - Newark, Del. Route 1 Rivalry

TOWSON Sat., Sep. 8 – 7:30 p.m. Unitas Stadium – Towson, Md.

GENERAL Name of School: City/Zip: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: School Colors: Stadium: Capacity: Surface: Affiliation: Conference: President: Athletics Director: Athletic Website:

University of Delaware Newark, Del. 1743 16,500 Fightin Blue Hens Royal Blue & Gold Delaware Stadium 22,000 Field Turf NCAA Division I FCS CAA (Colonial) Dr. Patrick T. Harker Eric Ziady www.BlueHens.com

GENERAL Name of School: City/Zip: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: School Colors: Stadium: Capacity: Surface: Affiliation: Conference: President: Athletics Director: Athletic Website:

Towson University Towson, Md. 1866 22,000 Tigers Gold, Black & White Johnny Unitas Stadium (1957) 11.198 FieldTurf Revolution NCAA Division I FCS Colonial (CAA) Dr. Maravene Loeschke Mike Waddell www.towsontigers.com

2012 Record: 2012 CAA record/finish:

5-6 2-6/Eighth

2012 Record: 2012 CAA record/finish:

7-4 6-2/T-Second

HISTORY 1st Year of Football: All-Time Record: Conference titles: NCAA Tournament appearances: Last NCAA Tourn. Appearance:

1889 663-425-44 16 20 (6 national titles) 2010; L to E. Washington in FCS title game

HEAD COACH: Alma Mater: Record at School: Career Record: Brock vs. DSU:

Dave Brock Salisbury (Md.), ‗94 0-0/First year Same 0-0

SPORTS INFORMATION Football contact: Office Phone: Email: Press Box Phone:

Scott Selheimer (302) 831-2186/8007 selheime@udel.edu (302) 831-6199

Basic Offense: Basic Defense:

Multiple 4-3

HISTORY 1st Year of Football: All-Time Record: Last Postseason Appearance: Result of Last Appearance:

1969 239-221-4 2011 L, to Lehigh, 38-40 (NCAA FSC playoffs First Round)

HEAD COACH: Alma Mater: Record at School/Years: Career Record: Ambrose vs. DSU:

Rob Ambrose Towson, ‗93 18-25/four years Same 0-0

SPORTS INFORMATION Football Contact: Office Phone: Email: Press Box Phone:

Dan O‘Connell (410) 704-3102 doconnell@towson.edu (410) 704-3102

Basic Offense: Basic Defense:

Multiple 4-3

NORTH DAKOTA STATE Sat., Sep. 15 – 3:30 p.m. Stadium – Fargo, N.D.

GENERAL Name of School: Location: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: School Colors: Stadium: Capacity: Surface: Affiliation: Conference: President: Athletics Director: Athletic Website:

No. Dakota State Univ. Fargo, N.D. 1890 14.443 Bison Yellow & Green FargoDome 18,700 Astro Turf (Game Day) NCAA Division I FCS Missouri Valley Dr. Dean L. Bresciani Gene Taylor www.GoBison.com

2012 Record: 2012 MVC record/finish:

14-1 7-1/1st

HISTORY 1st Year of Football: All-Time Record: All-time postseason record: Last postseason appearance:

HEAD COACH: Alma Mater: Record at School: Career Record: Bohl vs. DSU:

1894 641-365-34 45-14 (10-1 FCS) 2012; W, vs. Sam Houston State (FCS Championship) Craig Bohl Nebraska, ‗82 89-32 /10 years Same 0-0

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Dir./FB contact: Jeff Schwartz Office Phone: (701) 231-8332 Email: Jeff.Schwartz@ndsu.edu Press Box Phone: (701) 298-2600 Basic Offense: Basic Defense:

Multiple 4-3

Key Players

Key Players Offense

RB Andrew Pierce (sr.) QB Trent Hurley (jr.) WR Rob Jones (sr.)

Offense

Defense

DB Travis Hawkins (sr.) LB Jeff Williams so.) DL Zach Kerr (sr.)

Defense

RB Terrence West (jr.) WR Tom Ryan (sr.) OT Eric Pike (sr.) DL Arnold Farmer (sr.) LB Telvion Clark (sr.) DB Jordan Love (sr.)

Key Players Offense

QB Brock Jensen (Sr.) RB Sam Ojuri (sr.) LT Billy Turner (jr.)

Defense

CB Marcus Williams (sr.) LB Grant Olson (sr.) DE Cole Jirik (sr.)

SERIES NOTES

SERIES NOTES

SERIES NOTES

Series record: Delaware leads 4-0 Last meeting: 2012; Delaware won 38-14 in Newark, Del.. Series trend: Delaware has won each meeting by at least 10 points

Series record: Towson leads 9-6 Last meeting: 1994; Towson won 42-18 in Wilmington, Del. Series trend: Towson has won the last two meetings. DSU won the previous three.

Series record: This will be the first meeting between the teams

Towson won the last meeting at TU 31-14 In 1993

North Dakota State has won the last two FCS national championships. (2011, ‘12)

The Hornets and Hens met for the first time in the 2007 NCAA FCS Playoffs . The state’s only Division I programs also met in 2009, 2011 and 2012.

Hornets are 2-7 all-time vs. current Missouri Valley Conference teams

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 Opponents SAVANNAH STATE Sat., Sep. 28 — 6:00 p.m. Ted Wright Stadium - Savannah, Ga.

GENERAL Name of School: City/Zip: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: School Colors: Stadium: Capacity: Surface: Affiliation: Conference: President: Athletics Director: Athletic Website:

Savannah State University Savannah, Ga. 1890 4,582 Tigers Burnt Orange/Reflex Blue Ted A. Wright Stadium 8,500 Field Turf NCAA Division I FCS MEAC Dr. Cheryl DavenportDozier Sterling Steward, Jr. www.ssuathletics.com

2012 Record: 2012 MEAC record/finish:

1-10 0-8/11th

HEAD COACH: Alma Mater: Record at School: Career Record: Wilson vs. DSU:

Earnest Wilson III Texas Tech, ‘89 0-0/First year 0-0/First year First game

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Dir: Office Phone: Email: Press Box Phone:

Opio Mashariki (912) 358-3430 masharik@savannah state.edu N/A

Basic Offense: Basic Defense:

Multiple 4-3

Key Players Offense

Defense

QB Antonio Bostick (sr.) RB Sheldon Barnes (sr.) WR Simon Heyward (sr.) DB John Wilson (jr.) LB Wayne Burden (jr.) DB Vaughn Cornelia (jr.)

BETHUNE-COOKMAN Sat., Oct. 5 – 2:00 p.m. Alumni Stadium – Dover, Del.

NORFOLK STATE Sat., Oct. 12 – 2:00 p.m. Alumni Stadium – Dover, Del.

Parents’ & Family Day

GENERAL Name of School: City/Zip: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: School Colors: Stadium: Capacity: Surface: Affiliation: Conference: President: Athletics Director: Athletic Website: 2012 Record: 2012 MEAC record/finish: HISTORY Postseason Record: Years of Postseason Play: Last Postseason Appearance: Result of Last Appearance:

Homecoming

Bethune-Cookman University Daytona Beach, Fla. 1904 3,578 Wildcats Maroon & Gold Municipal Stadium 9,601 Natural Grass NCAA Division I FCS MEAC Dr. Edison O. Jacksom Lynn Thompson www.BCUAthletics.com 9-3 8-0/First

GENERAL Name of School: City/Zip: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: School Colors: Stadium: Capacity: Surface: Affiliation: Conference: President: Athletics Director: Athletic Website: 2012 Record: 2012 MEAC record/finish:

0-4 in FCS playoffs Four 2012 L, to Coastal Carolina , 14-24 ( FCS Playoffs - First Round)

HISTORY First Year of Football All-Time Record: All-time postseason record (FCS) Last Postseason Appearance: Result of Last Appearance:

HEAD COACH: Alma Mater: Record at School/Years: Career Record: Jenkins vs. DSU:

Brian Jenkins Cincinnati, ‗93 27-8/Three years same 1-0

SPORTS INFORMATION Asst. AD Comm./FB Contact: Office Phone: Email: Press Box Phone:

Bryan Harvey (386) 599-3200/561-2701 ronjon_2001@yahoo.com (386) 671-8968

Basic Offense: Basic Defense:

Spread/Multiple 4-3/Multiple

Norfolk State University Norfolk, Va. 1935 7.100 Spartans Green & Gold Dick Price Stadium 30,000 Natural Grass NCAA Division I FCS MEAC Dr. Tony Atwater Marty L. Miller NSUSpartans.com 4-7 2-6/T-9th 1938 322-320-4 0-1 2011 L, to Old Dominion (FCS First Round)

HEAD COACH: Alma Mater: Record at School/Years: Career Record: Adrian vs. DSU:

Pete Adrian West Virginia ‗70 38-40/Seven years 74-77-1/14 Years 2-5

SPORTS INFORMATION Asst. AD/Comm./FB Contact Office Phone: Email: Press Box Phone:

Matt Michalec (757) 823-2628 mmichalec@nsu.edu (757) 823-2628

Basic Offense: Basic Defense:

Multiple 3-4

Key Players Offense

Defense

QB Quentin Williams (jr.) RB Isadore Jackson (sr.) WR Eddie Poole (sr.) DB Nick Addison (jr.) LB Jarkevis Fields (sr.) DL Tevin Toney (sr.)

Key Players Offense

QB Nico Flores TE Joseph Hawkins WR Derrick Demps

Defense

LB Marcell Coke DB Keenan Lambert DT George Riddick

SERIES NOTES

SERIES NOTES

SERIES NOTES

Series record: Delaware State leads 2-0 Last meeting: 2002; Delaware State won 41-9 in Dover, Del.. Series trend: Delaware State has won last two meetings

Series record: Delaware State leads 19-16 Last meeting: 2010; Bethune-Cookman won 47-24 in Daytona Beach, Fla. Series trend: Bethune-Cookman has won seven of the last 11 meetings, including the last two

Series record: Delaware State leads 14-6 Last meeting: 2012; Delaware State won 20-17 in Norfolk, Va. Series trend: DSU’s 2012 victory snapped a three-game NSU win streak in series

Delaware State is 12-5 at home vs. Bethune-Cookman

The Hornets have won seven of their last eight homecoming games

This will be first meeting between the teams since Savannah State joined the MEAC in 2011.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 Opponents NO. CAROLINA A&T Sat., Oct. 19 — 1:30 p.m. Aggie Stadium - Greensboro, N.C.

HAMPTON Sat., Oct. 26 – 1:30 p.m. Armstrong Stadium – Hampton, Va.

HOWARD Sat., Nov. 2 – 2:00 p.m. Alumni Stadium – Dover, Del. Hall of Fame Day

GENERAL Name of School: City/Zip: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: School Colors: Stadium: Capacity: Surface: Affiliation: Conference: Chancellor: Athletics Director: Athletic Website:

No. Carolina A&T State University Greensboro, N.C. 1891 10,881 Aggies Blue & Gold Aggie Stadium 21,500 Natural Grass NCAA Division I FCS MEAC Dr. Harold L. Martin Earl M. Hilton III www.ncataggies.com

2012 Record: 2012 SWAC record/finish:

7-4 5-3/T-3rd

HISTORY 1st Year of Football: All-Time Record:

1924 458-410-45

HEAD COACH: Alma Mater: Record at School: Career Record: Broadway vs. DSU:

Rod Broadway North Carolina, ‗77 12-10/Two years 80-33/11 Years 3-1

SPORTS INFORMATION Football Contact: Office Phone: Email: Press Box Phone:

Brian Holloway (336) 285-3608 bmhollow@ncat.edu (336) 328-6719

Basic Offense: Basic Defense:

Pro Set 4-3

GENERAL Name of School: City/Zip: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: School Colors: Stadium: Capacity: Surface: Affiliation: Conference: President: Athletics Director: Athletic Website: 2012 Record: 2009 MEAC record/finish:

Hampton University Hampton, Va. 32307 1868 4,768 Pirates Royal Blue & White Armstrong Stadium (1957) 12,000 Natural Grass NCAA Division I FCS MEAC Dr. William R. Harvey Novelle Dickenson www.hamptonpirates.com 3-7 3-5/eighth

HISTORY 1st Year of Football: All-Time Record: Bowl/Postseason Record: Last Postseason Appearance: Result of Last Appearance:

1902 544-405-34 1-8 2006 L, to New Hampshire 41-28 (NCAA First Round)

HEAD COACH: Alma Mater: Record at School/Years: Career Record: Rose vs. DSU:

Donovan Rose Hampton, ‗79 21-22/four years Same 2-2

SPORTS INFORMATION Football Contact: Office Phone: Email: Press Box Phone:

Maurice Williams (757) 727-5757 Maurice.williams@hamptonu.edu (757) 727-5422

Basic Offense: Basic Defense:

Air Raid 4-3

GENERAL Name of School: Location: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: School Colors: Stadium: Capacity: Surface: Affiliation: Conference: President: Athletics Director: Athletic Website:

Howard University Washington, D.C. 1887 10,500 Bison Navy Blue & White Greene Stadium 7,086 Artificial NCAA Division I FCS MEAC Dr. Sidney Ribeau Louis ―Skip‖ Perkins www.howard-bison.com

2012 Record: 2009 MEAC record/finish:

7-4 6-2/Second

HISTORY 1st Year of Football: All-Time Record: Postseason Record: Last Postseason Appearance: Result of Last Appearance:

1905 444-355-40 0-1 in FCS playoffs 1993 L, to Marshal 14-28 (NCAA First Round)

Interim Head Coach: Alma Mater: Record at School/Years: Career Record: Petty vs. DSU:

Rayford Petty Elon ‗79 25-30/five years Same 2-3

SPORTS INFORMATION Football Contact: Office Phone: Email:

Ed Hill (202) 806-7184/98 ehill1950@aol.com

Basic Offense: Basic Defense:

Multiple 4-3

Key Players

Key Players Offense

QB Lewis Kindle (r-sr.) RB Ricky Lewis (sr.) WR Marquis Gorham (so.)

Defense

LB D‘Vonte Grant (r-sr.) DB Travis Crosby (sr.) DB D‘Vonte Graham (sr.)

Key Players Offense

QB Brian Swain WR Andre Griffin WR Rashad Riddick

Defense

Delbert Tyler Calvin Johnson Scott Williams

Offense

QB Greg McGhee (Jr.) RB Aquanius Freeman (Jr.) OG Joshua Matthews (Sr.)

Defense

SS Julien David (Sr.) DE Damon Chisolm (So.) LB Tabrian Resby (Sr.)

SERIES NOTES

SERIES NOTES

SERIES NOTES

Series record: Delaware leads 4-0 Last meeting: 1986; Delaware State won 21-14 in Shreveport, La. Series trend: Delaware State has won last two meetings

Series record: Hampton leads 24-14 Last meeting: 2012; Delaware State won 35-27 in Dover, Del. Series trend: Delaware State‘s 2012 win snapped a two-game Hampton win streak in series. The teams have split last six meetings.

Series record: Delaware State leads 35-33-1 Last meeting: 2012; Howard won 41-34 in Washington, D.C. Series trend: Howard‘s 2012 win snapped a five-game DSU win streak in series

Hampton won the last meeting at Armstrong Stadium 42-6 In 2011

Delaware State won the last meeting at Alumni Stadium 39-36 in 2011.

This will be Delaware State‘s first appearance in MEAC/SWAC Challenge, and first neutral site contest since 2006.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 Opponents FLORIDA A&M Sat., Nov. 16 - 3:00 p.m. Bragg Stadium - Tallahassee, Fla.

MORGAN STATE Sat., Nov. 23 – 2:00 p.m. Alumni Stadium – Dover, Del.

GENERAL Name of School: City/Zip: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: School Colors: Stadium: Capacity: Surface: Affiliation: Conference: Interim President: Athletics Director: Athletic Website:

Florida A&M University Tallahassee, Fla. 1887 11,300 Rattlers Orange & Green Bragg Memorial Stadium 25,500 Natural Grass NCAA Division I FCS MEAC Dr. Larry Robinson Derek Horne www.thefamurattlers.com

GENERAL Name of School: City/Zip: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: School Colors: Stadium: Capacity: Surface: Affiliation: Conference: President: Athletic Director: Athletic Website:

Morgan State University Baltimore, MD 21251 1867 8,000 Bears Orange and Blue Hughes Stadium 10,000 Synthetic Grass NCAA Division I FCS Mid-Eastern Athletic (MEAC) Dr. David Wilson Floyd Kerr www.morganstatebeasrs.com

20121 Record: 2012 MEAC record/finish:

4-7 4-4/T-6th

2012 Record: 2012 MEAC record/finish:

3-8 2-6/10th

HISTORY 1st Year of Football: All-Time Record: All-time FCS Postseason record: FCS postseason appearances: Last postseason result:

1899 530-283-22 5-8 10/last in 2001 L, to Georgia Southern, 3560 in NCAA First Round

HISTORY 1st Year of Football: All-Time Record: FSC Postseason Record: Last Postseason Appearance: Result of Last Appearance:

1898 426-375-33 0-0 1979 L, to Alabama A&M, 7-27 (NCAA Div. II playoffs)

HEAD COACH: Alma Mater: Record at School: Career Record: Holmes vs. DSU:

Earl Holmes Florida A&M, ‗97 1-1/two games in 2012 Same 0-0

HEAD COACH: Alma Mater: Record at School/Years: Career Record: Hill-Eley vs. DSU:

Donald Hill-Eley Virginia Union, ‗91 54-69/11 years Same 5-6

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Dir: Office Phone: Email: Press Box Phone:

Vaughn Wilson (850) 559-3849 Vaughn.Wilson@famu.edu (850) 599-3631

SPORTS INFORMATION Football Contact Office Phone: Email: Press Box Phone:

Leonard Haynes (443) 885-3831 Leonard.Haynes@morgan.com (443) 885-4018

Basic Offense: Basic Defense:

Multiple (Pro-, Spread) 3-4, 4-3

Basic Offense: Basic Defense:

Multiple Pro 4-3

Key Players

Key Players Offense

QB Damien Fleming (Jr.) RB James Owens (Sr.) FB Lonnie Lockett

Offense

QB Robert Council WR Andrew Kingl WR Chris Flowers

Defense

SLB Bobby Jackson (Sr.) CB Devonae ―Terry‖ Johnson (Jr.) FS Jonathan Pillow (r-Sr.)

Defense

LB Christopher Robinson CB Deshaun Summers LB Stephen Blissett

SERIES NOTES

SERIES NOTES

Series record: Florida A&M leads 22-8 Last meeting: 2012; Florida A&M won 24-22 in Dover, Del. Series trend: Florida A&M has won the last four meetings (2009-12); DSU won the previous four (2005-08)

Series record: Morgan State leads 32-24 Last meeting: 2012; Delaware State won 28-23 in Baltimore, Md. Series trend: The Hornets and Bears have split their last 10 meetings (2003-12)

Florida A&M won the last meeting at Bragg Stadium 34-7 in 2011

Morgan won the last meeting at DSU‘s Alumni Stadium, 12-0 in 2011

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL

2013 SEASON PREVIEW

MEAC CHAMPS - 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91, 07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 SEASON PREVIEW Delaware State University looks to build on the progress it made during 2012 season. The Hornets posted their first winning season since 2007 a year ago, registering a three-game overall improvement and a four -win increase in Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference games from the previous season. DSU head coach Kermit Blount expects to return more than 40 letterwinners and nine starters from his 2012 squad, which posted a 6-5 overall record and was tied for third with a 5-3 mark in the MEAC. The Hornets were picked to finish 10th in the 2012 MEAC race by most pre-season pollsters. Blount’s biggest challenge this season is developing capable replacements for a number of departing seniors from the 2012 squad. OFFENSE Delaware State’s offense must replace four All-MEAC First Team players, including quarterback Nick Elko, the 2012 MEAC Offensive Player-of-the-Year. Elko completed his DSU career as No. 2 in team history in passing yards (5,754) and completions (539); and third in touchdown passes (37). He set Hornet records for completions (259) and passing yards (2,828) last season.

Wide Receivers No. Name 15 “Bo” Ceravolo 80 Morris Frasier 84 Malik Golson 18 Marlon Kelly 7 Aris Soctt 88 Gabriel Sherrod 11 Milton Williams

Exp. Ht. 1L 6-1 6-2 - 5-9 1L 6-2 HS 6-2 6-3 2L 6-3

Wt 185 190 175 180 210 212 200

DSU must also replace All-MEAC wide receivers Travis Tarpley and Justin Wilson.

Malcolm Williams Quarterbacks No. Name CL Exp. 12 Garrison Duncan FR HS 8 Emmett Hunt FR HS 6 Cory Murphy SR JC 16 Esayah Obado r-FR 1L

Ht. 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-2

Wt. 215 215 205 200

Tarpley, also a 2012 Sheridan Broadcast Network Black College AllAmerican, was tops in the MEAC in receptions (7.8 pg) and receiving yards (96.2 pg); and tied for first in the league in touchdown catches (7). He stands third on the Hornets’ all-time list for receptions (181) and receiving yards (2121); and is the school’s career leader with 4,661 all-purpose yards.

Cory Murphy (r-jr.; 6-2, 205), a 2012 junior college transfer, and Esayah Obado (r-fr.; 6-2, 200) are the top candidates to replace Elko as starting quarterback. Each was listed on the 2012 Hornet roster, but did not see any playing time.

Wilson, who signed with the Green Bay Packers this summer, was third in the MEAC in receptions (6.0 pg) and receiving yards (73.3 pg) last season. He led the league in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown receptions in 2010. Wilson ranks second in team history with 189 catches and 2,416 receiving yards; and is fourth with 23 career touchdown receptions.

“Both of these guys (Murphy and Obado) are familiar with our system and have the ability to lead our team,” said Blount. “Each has worked hard during the offseason; and I’m eager to see how far they’ve come when summer camp begins.”

Milton Williams (jr.; 6-3, 200), Malik Golson (so.; 5-10, 180), Morris Frasier (r-so.; 6-2, 195) and Bo Ceravolo (r-sr.; 6-1, 185) are the leading candidates to replace Tarpley and Wilson as the Hornets’ top wide receivers.

The Hornets brought in former high school standout quarterbacks Emmett Hunt (fr.; Coatesville, Pa./ Coatesville HS) and Garrison Duncan (fr.; Kernersville, N.C./E. Forsyth HS) this season.

Head Coach Kermit Blount

CL r-SO r-SO SO SO FR r-FR JR

Hunt passed for 3,123 yards and 44 touchdowns (each a school record) as a senior at Coatesville Area Senior High School (Pa.) in 2012. Duncan passed for 1,505 yards and 17 touchdowns and rushed for a school QB record 1,410 yards and 18 scores as a senior at East Forsyth HS (N.C.).

Running Backs No. Name 30 Dae-Hon Cheung 23 Trey Allen Hall 5 Jamaal Jackson 25 Nagee Jackson 22 Lamar Shaw 2 Malcolm Williams

CL SO r-FR SO SO r-JR JR

Exp. Ht. 1L 5-10 - 5-11 - 5-10 1L 6-1 2L 5-9 2L 5-10

“Hunt and Duncan are extremely talented and very teachable,” Blount said. “They will have every opportunity to win the starting job this summer.”

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Wt 175 190 175 215 235 175

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 SEASON PREVIEW Delaware State's running game appears strong heading into the season.

Darren Helwig (fr.; 6-5, 295), a 2012 Delaware All-State Returning defensive back Joe Boyd (jr.; First Team offensive lineman, also joins the team. 6-0, 195) was fourth on the team with 87 tackles last season. Halfback Malcolm Williams (jr.; 5-10, 180), DEFENSE a 2013 preseason All-MEAC First Team Delaware State expects to return seven starters return- The defensive front also includes veterselection, is the top returning rusher with ing on defense, led by 2012 All-MEAC First Team play- ans Chikeze Ukeje (sr.; 6-4, 290), Shu437 yards despite missing two games due ers Davon Moore (jr.; 5-11, 195) at free safety and inbasz Gordon (jr.; 6-3, 305), Jamal to an ankle injury in 2012 (4.9 ypc). WilDouglas (jr.; 6-1, 295) and Corey side linebacker Ernest Adjei (sr.; 6-0, 235). liams had two 100-yard games last season, Barnes (so.; 6-3, 275). In addition, DSU including 120 vs. FBS Cincinnati. Moore, a preseason All-MEAC Second Team pick, was punter Marco Kano (jr.; 6-6, 240) has third in the MEAC in tackles (8.8 pg; 97 total) and third joined the line as a right end. Dae-Hon Cheung (so.; 5-9, 180) rushed for for third with four interceptions in 2012. His 175 inter410 yards (5.0 ypc) and three touchdowns ception return yards were tops in the MEAC and second Linebackers No. Name CL Exp. Ht. Wt. as a true freshman last season. Cheung among all FCS players last season. 53 Ernest Adjei SR 3L 6-0 240 rushed for a team season-high 140 yards 54 Stewart Carey r-SO 1L 6-0 240 and two touchdowns was Florida A&M in 47 Troye Cornwall JR 1L 6-0 210 Defensive Backs 56 Mike Davis r-JR 1L 5-11 215 his first career start. No. Name CL Exp. Ht. Wt Nagee Jackson (so.; 6-1, 215) had 238 yards rushing and a team-high seven touchdowns on the ground last season. He also had a 100-yard game (106 vs. So. Carolina State) as a true freshman in 2012.

10 21 29 47 32 44 19 20 28 36

Willie Bolden Joe Boyd Terrick Colston Troy Cornwall Cameren Judge Davon Moore J.R. Robinson Kevin Rowan Isaiah Simpson Cory Scott

r-FR JR SO SO SR JR SO FR r-JR SR

2L 1L 1L 2L 1L HS 1L 2L

6-1 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-11 5-11 5-11 6-1 5-10 6-0

200 195 185 185 180 210 180 180 180 170

58 45 50 40 48

Michael Glass Alex Perry Aaron Spencer Justin Watson Elbie Williams

FR JR FR FR JR

HS 5-10 2L 5-11 HS 6-0 HS 5-11 2L 6-0

205 225 230 245 235

KICKERS Delaware State placekicker Mitchell The Hornet offensive line, considered a Ward (jr.; 6-1, 180) and punter Marko strength early in the spring, has since been Kano (sr.; 6-6, 240) also return. Ward thinned by injuries. The lone returning starter is 2013 preseason All-MEAC First Team Adjei was tied for sixth in the MEAC in tackles at 8.5 per was 12-for-19 on field goal attempts and perfect on 28 extra-point kicks in game last season (93 total). He was selection to the 2012. Kano averaged 39.4 yards (long Offensive Line preseason All-MEAC First Team. 62) on 42 punts last season. No. Name CL Exp. Ht. Wt. 78 70 63 76 68 79 64 74 77 55 72 73

Sal Carrero JR Justin Cook FR Brandon Cunningham SR Darren Helwig FR Denzelle Hill FR Dimitri Hill SO Xavier Jones r-FR Clark McCready SO Anthony Mengoni FR Patrick Phillips FR Keevon Prather r-FR Jerron Searles r- FR

JC HS 3L HS HS 1L 1L HS HS -

6-5 6-4 6-2 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-5

315 290 275 305 330 300 300 280 275 285 280 275

Delaware State defensive returners also include defensive back Terrick Colston (so.; 6-1, 190) and left end Rodney Gunter (jr.; 6-5, 300). Each was selected to the 2013 preseason All-MEAC First Team. Gunter was tied for seventh in the MEAC in sacks (0.5 pg; 5.5 total) and tops among DSU defensive linemen with 49 tackles (27 solo) last season. Defensive Line No. Name CL Exp. Ht. 97 Tarique Anderson SO 1L 6-5 90 Corey Barnes SO 1L 6-3 98 Jamal Douglass JR 2L 6-1 75 Frankie Glenn SO 1L 6-3 98 Shabasz Gordon SR 1L 6-3 95 Rodney Gunter JR 2L 6-5 94 Keith Hunter SR 2L 6-1 83 Marco Kano SR 3L 6-6 59 Nick Nelson r-FR - 6-3 96 Chikeze Ukeje SR 1L 6-4

Wt. 250 275 295 320 305 300 230 240 225 290

center Brandon Cunningham (r-sr.; 6-2, 280), who hopes to return to form after suffering a knee injury during spring camp. Cunningham has appeared in 30 games with the Hornets, more than the combined total of all other DSU offensive linemen. Second -year linemen Dimitri Hill (so.) and Clark McCready (so) gained valuable experience as true freshmen in 2012. Xavier Jones, Keevon Prather and Jerron Searles Colston, a 2012 Jerry Rice Award nominee (top FCS are expected to play significant roles in freshman), was second on the Hornets and fifth in the 2013 after sitting out as redshirts last sea- MEAC in tackles (8.6 pg; 95 total) last season. son. The top newcomer on the line, junior college transfer Sal Carrero (so.; 6-5, 315), is projected starter at tackle. Carrero was a top performer for junior college power ASA

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL PRESEASON DEPTH CHART OFFENSE

DEFENSE

WR

11-Milton Williams (jr.; 6-3/200) 80-Morris Frasier (r-so.; 6-2/ 195)

END

97-Tarique Anderson (so.; 6-5/250) Will Womack (fr.; 6-4/235)

WR

15-Joseph “Bo” Ceravolo (r-jr.; 6-1; 185) Jamaal Jackson (so.; 5-10/175)

NOSE

96-Chikeze Ukeje (sr.; 6-4/285) 99-Shabasz Gordon (sr.; 6-3/300)

LT

73-Jerron Searles (so.; 6-5/270) Earl Johnson (fr.; 6-5/280)

DOG

95-Rodney Gunter (jr.; 6-5/300) 90-Corey Barnes (so.; 6-3/275)

LG

74-Clark McCready (so.; 6-4/280) 72-Keevon Prather (fr.; 6-2/280)

MIKE

53-Ernest Adjei (sr.; 6-0/235) 54-Stewart Carey (jr.; 6-0/240)

C

63-Brandon Cunningham (r-sr.; 6-2/280) Anthony Mengoni (fr.; 6-2/275)

BOB

48-Elbie Williams (jr.; 6-0/235) 56-Mike Davis (r-so.; 5-11/210)

RG

Sal Carrero (so.; 6-5/315) 64-Xavier Jones (so.; 6-3/300)

TED

26-Alex Perry (jr.; 5-11/220)

RT

79-Dimitri Hill (so.; 6-3/300) Justin Cook (fr.; 6-4/290)

FREE

44-Davon Moore (jr.; 5-11/200) 36-Cory Scott (r-so.; 6-0/175)

QB

6-Cory Murphy (r-sr.; 6-2/205) 16-Esayah Obado (r-fr.; 6-2/200)

RVR

21-Joe Boyd (so.; 6-0/195) 17-Rashawn Barrett (so.; 6-2/200)

RB

25-Malcolm Williams (jr.; 5-10/180) 42-Dae-Hon Cheung (so.; 5-10/175)

HORNET 29-Terrick Colston (so.; 6-1/190)

WR

84-Malik Golson (so.; 5-10/180) 87-Robert King (so.; 6-0/180)

CB

19-Ronald “JR” Robinson (so.; 5-11/180) Kevin Rowan (fr.; 6-1/175)

WR

Aris Scott (fr.; 6-2/210) 18-Marlon Kelly (jr.; 6-2/195)

CB

32-Cameren Judge (jr.; 5-11/175) 28-Isaiah Simpson (sr.; 5-10/180)

10-Willie Bolden (so.; 6-1/195)

SPECIALISTS PK

35-Mitchell Ward (jr.; 6-1/180) 83-Marco Kano (sr.; 6-6/220)

LS

51-Greg Cannon (r-so.; 5-11/185) 63-Brandon Cunningham (r-sr.; 6-280)

P

83-Marco Kano (sr.; 6-6/220) 35-Mitchell Ward (jr.; 6-1/180)

KOR

25-Malcolm Williams (jr.; 5-10; 180) 84-Malik Golson (so.; 5-10/180)

HLD

6-Cory Murphy (sr.; 6-2/205) 16-Esayah Obado (r-fr.; 6-2/200)

PR

25-Malcolm Williams (jr.; 5-10/180) 84-Malik Golson (so.; 5-10/180)

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Ernest Adjei ...…………………………… ……Ah-jay Tarique Anderson …………………………… Tah-reek Sal Carrero ……………………………………..Kah-are-oh “Bo” Ceravolo ………………………..………..Sare-ah-vah-lo Dae-Hon Cheung ……………………………...Day-Hahn Chee-ung Terrick Colston ……………………………….Tare-ick Malik Golson …….…………………………..Mah-leek Dimitri Hill ………………………….……….Deh-mee-tree Shabasz Gordon …..……………… ………...Shah-bazz Nagee Jackson ...……………..…………….. Nah-jee Marco Kano …………………………………...Kay-noh Esayah Obado ………………………………..Es-sy-uh O-bah-doe Keevon Prather ……………………………...Kee-vahn Prath-ur Chikeze Ukeje ………………………………. Cheh-kee-zee Ooh-kay-jee

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO 53 97 90 17 10

NAME Ernest Adjei Tarique Anderson Corey Barnes Rashawn Barrett Willie Bolden

POS LB DL DL DB DB

HT/WT 6-0/230 6-5/250 6-4/260 6-1/200 6-1/205

CL SR SO SO SO r-FR

HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL Woodbridge, Va./Gar-Field HS Toronto, Ont./Fork Union Military Acad. Virginia Beach, Va./Nansemond HS Montclair, N.J./Montclair HS Brunswick, Ga./Brunswick HS

21 81 24 15 78

Joe Boyd Tiyahnn Bryant Willie Burton Joseph “Bo” Ceravolo Sal Carrero

DB WR DB WR OL

6-0/195 6-2/180 5-9/165 6-0/190 6-5/315

SR FR FR r-SO JR

Ft. Washington, Md./Friendly HS East Orange, N.J./East Orange Campus Washington Twp., N.J./Timber Creek HS Venice, Fla./Venice HS Boston, Mass.,/ASA College (N.Y.)

54 30 29 70 47

Stewart Carey Dae-Hon Cheung Terrick Colston Justin Cook Troye Cornwall

LB RB DB OL LB

6-0/230 5-10/170 6-1/190 6-4/300 6-0/210

JR SO SO FR JR

Newark, Del./Newark HS Coatesville, Pa./Coatesville HS Lakeland, Fla./Kathleen HS Salisbury, Md./Wicomico HS Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Mt. Vernon HS

63 56 98 12 80

Brandon Cunningham Mike Davis Jamal Douglas Garrison Duncan Morris Frasier

C LB DL QB WR

6-2/285 5-11/205 6-1/295 6-2/215 6-2/210

SR r-JR JR FR r-SO

Lumberton, N.J./Rancocas Valley HS Indian Head, Md./Lackey HS Bartow, Fla./Bartow Senior HS Kernersville, N.C./E. Forsyth HS Felton, Del./Lake Forest HS

58 92 4 99 95

Michael Glass Frankie Glenn Malik Golson Shubasz Gordon Rodney Gunter

LB DL WR DL DL

5-10/205 6-2/300 5-9/180 6-3/290 6-5/305

FR SO r-FR JR JR

Laurel, Md./Laurel HS Titusville, Fla./Astronaut HS Dover, Del./Smyrna HS Bloomfield, Conn./Lackawanna JC Lake Hamilton, Fla./Haines City HS

23 76 68 79 8

Trey Hall Darren Helwig Denzelle Hill Dimitri Hill Emmett Hunt

RB OL OL OL QB

5-11/195 6-5/295 6-2.330 6-5/325 6-1/215

r-FR FR FR SO FR

Beaver Falls, Pa./Beaver Falls HS Dover, Del./Smyrna HS New Castle, Del./William Penn HS Waldorf, Md./Westlake HS Coatesville, Pa./Coatesville HS

94 5 25 64 32

Keith Hunter Jamaal Jackson Nagee Jackson Xavier Jones Cameren Judge

DL RB RB OL DB

6-2/230 5-9/175 6-2/220 6-2/300 5-10/180

SR r-SO SO r-FR JR

Windsor, Conn./Windsor HS Wilmington, Del./Nassau CC Gainesville, Ga./Fork Union M.A, Burlington, N.J./Burlington Twp. HS New Britain, Conn./Lackawanna JC

83 18 17 52 74 39

Marco Kano Marlon Kelly Robert King Brandon Lewis Clark McCready Jeremiah McGeough

P/DL WR WR LB OL P/PK

6-6/235 6-2/195 6-0/185 6-0/230 6-4/275 6-1/170

SR r-SO JR FR SO FR

Cottbus, Ger./Pueckler-Gymnasium Miami, Fla./Dr, Krop HS Randallstown, Md./Landsdowne HS Georgetown, Del./Sussex Central HS Hollidaysburg, Pa./Hollidaysburg Area HS Danville, Va./Geo. Washington HS

26 77 44 6 93

Gary Melton, Jr. Ernest Mengoni Davon Moore Cory Murphy Nick Nelson

DB OL DB QB DL

5-10/175 6-3/285 5-11/205 6-1/205 6-4/245

FR FR JR SR r-FR

Trenton, N.J./Cedar Creek HS Eynan, Pa./Valley View HS Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Mt. Vernon HS Santa Clara, Cal./Foothill JC Dumfies, Va./Potomac HS

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALPHABETICAL ROSTER NO 16 85 45 55 72

NAME Esayah Obado Nate Ortiz Alex Perry Patrick Phillips Keevon Prather

POS QB TE LB OL OL

HT/WT 6-3/210 6-3/225 5-11/225 6-0/285 6-3/290

CL r-FR r-FR JR FR r-FR

19 20 7 36 73

HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL Hamilton, N.J./Nottingham HS Jersey City, N.J./St. Anthony’s HS Jacksonville, Fla./First Coast HS Ocean City, Md./Stephen Decatur HS Temple Hills, Md./Crossland HS

Ronald “JR” Robinson Kevin Rowan Aris Scott Cory Scott Jerron Searles

DB DB WR DB OL

5-11/185 6-1/180 5-11/180 6-1/190 6-5/275

SO FR FR JR` r-FR

Jersey City, N.J./St. Peter’s Prep Bladensburg, Md./Bladensburg HS Harrisburg, Pa./Central Dauphin East HS Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Mt. Vernon HS Atlantic City, N.J./Atlantic City HS

22 88 28 50 96 35

Lamar Shaw Gabriel Sherrod Isaiah Simpson Aaron Spencer Chikezie Ukeje Mitchell Ward

RB WR DB DB DL PK

5-9/230 6-3/210 5-11/185 6-0/220 6-3/290 6-1/180

r-JR r-FR SO FR SR JR

Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Mot Vernon HS Perryville, Md./Perryville HS New Brunswick, N.J./New Brunswick HS Camden, N.J./Woodrow Wilson Staten Island, N.Y/Port Richmond HS Binghamton, Eng./Dougherty HS (Cal.)

40 84 43 48 89

Justin Watson Matt Watson Raphael Whittingham Elbie Williams Jerimiah Williams

LB WR LB LB WR

5-11/245 5-6/160 6-3/205 6-0/230 6-2/195

FR FR FR JR FR

Newark, Del./Eastern Christian Acad. Dover, Del./Dover HS Brooklyn, N.Y./Canarsie HS Bowie, Md./DeMatha HS Washington, D.C./McKinley Tech HS

2 11 91 41

Malcolm Williams Milton Williams Will Womack Alex Wright

RB WR DL FB

5-10/175 6-3/200 6-4/240 5-10/230

JR JR FR FR

Reading, Pa./Reading Senior HS Washington, D.C./Frederick Douglas HS Richmond, Va./Hargrave Military Acad. Richmond, Va./Benedictine HS

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Kermit Blount (Winston-Salem State, ’80) – Third year Assistants: Nick Calcutta (Millersville, ’82) – Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line/Tight Ends – Sixth year Arrington Jones (Winston-Salem State, ’81) – Offensive Coordinator/QBs – Third year Michael Ketchum (Guilford, ’78) – Defensive Coordinator/LBs – Third year Curtis Thomas (Delaware State, ’96) – Wide Receivers/Special Teams – 14th year Jeff Braxton (Salisbury State, ’87) – Defensive Line – Eighth year Tory Woodbury (Winston-Salem State, ’00) – Running Backs – Third year Lonnie Teasley (Winston-Salem State, ’08) – Safeties – Second Year Don Jones (Westfield State, ’11) - Cornerbacks – First Year

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL NUMERICAL ROSTER NO 2 4 5 6 7

NAME Malcolm Williams Malik Golson Jamaal Jackson Cory Murphy Aris Scott

POS RB WR RB QB WR

HT/WT 5-10/175 5-9/180 5-9/175 6-1/205 5-11/180

CL JR r-FR r-SO SR FR

HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL Reading, Pa./Reading Senior HS Dover, Del./Smyrna HS Wilmington, Del./Nassau CC Santa Clara, Cal./Foothill JC Harrisburg, Pa./Central Dauphin East HS

8 10 11 12 15

Emmett Hunt Willie Bolden Milton Williams Garrison Duncan Joseph “Bo” Ceravolo

QB DB WR QB WR

6-1/215 6-1/205 6-3/200 6-2/215 6-0/190

FR r-FR JR FR r-SO

Coatesville, Pa./Coatesville HS Brunswick, Ga./Brunswick HS Washington, D.C./Frederick Douglas HS Kernersville, N.C./E. Forsyth HS Venice, Fla./Venice HS

16 17 18 19 20

Esayah Obado Rashawn Barrett Marlon Kelly Ronald “JR” Robinson Kevin Rowan

QB DB WR DB DB

6-3/210 6-1/200 6-2/195 5-11/185 6-1/180

r-FR SO r-SO SO FR

Hamilton, N.J./Nottingham HS Montclair, N.J./Montclair HS Miami, Fla./Dr, Krop HS Jersey City, N.J./St. Peter’s Prep Bladensburg, Md./Bladensburg HS

21 22 23 24 25

Joe Boyd Lamar Shaw Trey Hall Willie Burton Nagee Jackson

DB RB RB DB RB

6-0/195 5-9/230 5-11/195 5-9/165 6-2/220

SR r-JR r-FR FR SO

Ft. Washington, Md./Friendly HS Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Mot Vernon HS Beaver Falls, Pa./Beaver Falls HS Washington Twp., N.J./Timber Creek HS Gainesville, Ga./Fork Union M.A,

26 28 29 30 32

Gary Melton, Jr. Isaiah Simpson Terrick Colston Dae-Hon Cheung Cameren Judge

DB DB DB RB DB

5-10/175 5-11/185 6-1/190 5-10/170 5-10/180

FR SO SO SO JR

Trenton, N.J./Cedar Creek HS New Brunswick, N.J./New Brunswick HS Lakeland, Fla./Kathleen HS Coatesville, Pa./Coatesville HS New Britain, Conn./Lackawanna JC

35 36 39 40 41

Mitchell Ward Cory Scott Jeremiah McGeough Justin Watson Alex Wright

PK DB P/PK LB FB

6-1/180 6-1/190 6-1/170 5-11/245 5-10/230

JR JR` FR FR FR

Binghamton, Eng./Dougherty HS (Cal.) Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Mt. Vernon HS Danville, Va./Geo. Washington HS Newark, Del./Eastern Christian Acad. Richmond, Va./Benedictine HS

43 44 45 47 48

Raphael Whittingham Davon Moore Alex Perry Troye Cornwall Elbie Williams

LB DB LB LB LB

6-3/205 5-11/205 5-11/225 6-0/210 6-0/230

FR JR JR JR JR

Brooklyn, N.Y./Canarsie HS Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Mt. Vernon HS Jacksonville, Fla./First Coast HS Mt. Vernon, N.Y./Mt. Vernon HS Bowie, Md./DeMatha HS

50 52 53 54 55

Aaron Spencer Brandon Lewis Ernest Adjei Stewart Carey Patrick Phillips

DB LB LB LB OL

6-0/220 6-0/230 6-0/230 6-0/230 6-0/285

FR FR SR JR FR

Camden, N.J./Woodrow Wilson Georgetown, Del./Sussex Central HS Woodbridge, Va./Gar-Field HS Newark, Del./Newark HS Ocean City, Md./Stephen Decatur HS

56 58 63 64 68

Mike Davis Michael Glass Brandon Cunningham Xavier Jones Denzelle Hill

LB LB C OL OL

5-11/205 5-10/205 6-2/285 6-2/300 6-2.330

r-JR FR SR r-FR FR

Indian Head, Md./Lackey HS Laurel, Md./Laurel HS Lumberton, N.J./Rancocas Valley HS Burlington, N.J./Burlington Twp. HS New Castle, Del./William Penn HS

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL NUMERICAL ROSTER NO 70 72 73 74 76

NAME Justin Cook Keevon Prather Jerron Searles Clark McCready Darren Helwig

POS OL OL OL OL OL

HT/WT 6-4/300 6-3/290 6-5/275 6-4/275 6-5/295

CL FR r-FR r-FR SO FR

HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL Salisbury, Md./Wicomico HS Temple Hills, Md./Crossland HS Atlantic City, N.J./Atlantic City HS Hollidaysburg, Pa./Hollidaysburg Area HS Dover, Del./Smyrna HS

77 78 79 80 81

Ernest Mengoni Sal Carrero Dimitri Hill Morris Frasier Tiyahnn Bryant

OL OL OL WR WR

6-3/285 6-5/315 6-5/325 6-2/210 6-2/180

FR JR SO r-SO FR

Eynan, Pa./Valley View HS Boston, Mass.,/ASA College (N.Y.) Waldorf, Md./Westlake HS Felton, Del./Lake Forest HS East Orange, N.J./East Orange Campus

83 84 85 17 88 89

Marco Kano Matt Watson Nate Ortiz Robert King Gabriel Sherrod Jerimiah Williams

P/DL WR TE WR WR WR

6-6/235 5-6/160 6-3/225 6-0/185 6-3/210 6-2/195

SR FR r-FR JR r-FR FR

Cottbus, Ger./Pueckler-Gymnasium Dover, Del./Dover HS Jersey City, N.J./St. Anthony’s HS Randallstown, Md./Landsdowne HS Perryville, Md./Perryville HS Washington, D.C./McKinley Tech HS

90 91 92 93 94

Corey Barnes Will Womack Frankie Glenn Nick Nelson Keith Hunter

DL DL DL DL DL

6-4/260 6-4/240 6-2/300 6-4/245 6-2/230

SO FR SO r-FR SR

Virginia Beach, Va./Nansemond HS Richmond, Va./Hargrave Military Acad. Titusville, Fla./Astronaut HS Dumfies, Va./Potomac HS Windsor, Conn./Windsor HS

95 96 97 98 99

Rodney Gunter Chikezie Ukeje Tarique Anderson Jamal Douglas Shubasz Gordon

DL DL DL DL DL

6-5/305 6-3/290 6-5/250 6-1/295 6-3/290

JR SR SO JR JR

Lake Hamilton, Fla./Haines City HS Staten Island, N.Y/Port Richmond HS Toronto, Ont./Fork Union Military Acad. Bartow, Fla./Bartow Senior HS Bloomfield, Conn./Lackawanna JC

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL By Class Seniors (8) LB Ernest Adjei DB Joe Boyd OL Brandon Cunningham DL Keith Hunter P Marco Kano QB Cory Murphy DB Cory Scott DL Chikeze Ukeje Juniors (16) OL Sal Carrero LB Troye Cornwall LB Mike Davis DL Jamal Douglass DL Shubasz Gordon DL Rodney Gunter DB Cameren Judge WR Robert King DB Davon Moore LB Alex Perry DB Cory Scott RB Lamar Shaw PK Mitchell Ward LB Elbie Williams RB Malcolm Williams WR Milton Williams Sophomores (17) DL Tarique Anderson DT Corey Barnes DB Rashawn Barrett DB Bill Burton LB Stewart Carey WR Bo Ceravolo RB Dae-Hon Cheung DB Terrick Colston WR Morris Frasier DL Frankie Glenn, Jr. OL Dimitri Hill RB Jamaal Jackson RB Nagee Jackson WR Marlon Kelly OL Clark McCready DB J.R. Robinson DB Isaiah Simpson Freshmen (31) DB Willie Bolden WR Tiyahnn Bryant OL Justin Cook QB Garrison Duncan LB Michael Glass WR Malik Golson RB Trey Allen Hall OL Darren Helwig OL Denzelle Hill QB Emmett Hunt RB Kevin Jocelyn OL Xavier Jones LB Brandon Lewis DB Gary Melton, Jr. K Jeremiah McGeough OL Anthony Mengoni DL Nick Nelson QB Esayah Obado TE Nate Ortiz OL Patrick Phillips OL Keevon Prather DB Kevin Rowan WR Aris Scott OL Jerron Searles WR Gabe Sherrod LB Aaron Spencer LB Justin Watson WR Matt Watson .LB Raphael Whittingham WR Jerimiah Williams DE Will Womack

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By State/Country California (2) Cory Murphy (Sunnyvale) Mitchell Ward (San Ramone)

New Jersey (10) Germany (1) Martin Kano (Cottbus)

Georgia (1) Willie Bolden (Brunswick)

Connecticut (3) Shubasz Gordon (Bloomfield) Keith Hunter (Windsor) Cameren Judge (New Britain)

Rashawn Barrett (Montclair) Tiyahnn Bryant (East Orange) Brandon Cunningham (Lumberton) Xavier Jones (Burlington) Esayah Obado (Hamilton) Nate Ortiz (Jersey City) J.R. Robinson (Jersey City) Jerron Searles (Atlantic City) Isaiah Simpson (New Brunswick) Aaron Spencer (Camden)

New York (6) Troye Cornwall (Mt. Vernon) Davon Moore (Mt. Vernon) Cory Scott (Mt. Vernon) Lamar Shaw (Mt. Vernon) Chikeze Ukeje (Staten Island) Raphael Whittingham (Brooklyn)

North Carolina (1) Garrison Duncan (Kernersville)

Delaware (9) Stewart Carey (Newark) Morris Frasier (Felton) Malik Golson (Dover) Darren Helwig (Dover) Denzelle Hill (New Castle) Jamaal Jackson (Wilmington) Brandon Lewis (Georgetown) Justin Watson (Newark) Matt Watson (Dover)

District of Columbia (1)

Ontario, Canada (1) Tarique Anderson

Maryland (13 ) Joe Boyd (Ft. Washington) Justin Cook (Salisbury) Mike Davis (Indian Head) Tyler Drew (Laurel) Michael Glass (Laurel) Dimitri Hill (Waldorf) Robert King (Randallstown) Patrick Phillips (Ocean City) Keevon Prather (Temple Hills) Kevin Rowan (Hyattsville) Gabe Sherrod (Perryville) Elbie Williams (Clinton) Milton Williams (Upper Marlboro)

Jeremiah Williams

Pennsylvania (7) Dae-Hon Cheung (Coatesville) Trey Allen Hall (Beaver Falls) Emmett Hunt (Coaresville) Clark McCready (Hollidaysburg) Anthony Mengoni (Eynan) Aris Scott (Harrisburg) Malcolm Williams (Reading)

Massachusetts (1) Florida (7) Bo Ceravolo (Venice) Terrick Colston (Lakeland) Jamal Douglass (Bartow) Frankie Glenn (Titusville) Rodney Gunter (Haines) Marlon Kelly (Miami) Alex Perry (Jacksonville)

Sal Carrero (Cambridge)

Virginia (8) Ernest Adjei (Woodbridge) Corey Barnes (Norfolk) Jermond Colston (Norfolk) Rueben Hale (Norfolk) Nagee Jackson (Gainesvile) Jeremiah McGeough (Danville) Nick Nelson (Danville) Will Womack (Richmond)

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2013 PLAYER PROFILES

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES

53 ERNEST ADJEI LB SENIOR 6-0/230 WOODBRIDGE, VA./GARFIELD HS HEALTH PROMOTION

2013: Beyond Sports Network (BSN) Preseason FCS All-America Team … Preseason All-MEAC First Team. 2012: All-MEAC First Team selection … appeared in all 11 games as starting inside linebacker … third on the Hornets and seventh in the MEAC in tackles-pergame (8.5 pg) and total tackles (93) … team leader and seventh in the MEAC in tackles-for-loss (1.05 pg) and total backfield stops (11.5) … tied for second on the team with 49 solo tackles … tied for second on the Hornets with 2.5 sacks (-12) … also credited with one interception, two pass break-ups and two QB hurries … tied season-high with 13 tackles (eight solo), including 1.5 tackles-for-loss, and a pass break-up in 41-34 loss to Howard (Nov. 17) … also had 13 tackles (seven solo), including 1.5 backfield stops (-10) in 23-7 loss to Cincinnati (Sep. 15) … tied for game-high honors with 12 tackles (four unassisted) in the Hornets’ 24-0 win over North Carolina A&T (Oct. 20) … collected 11 tackles (five solo), including 0.5 sacks (-2) in 24-22 loss to Florida A&M (Sep. 22) … recorded 2.5 tackles-for-loss (-4) in 17-10 win over VMI in season opener (Sep. 1) … had his first career interception in 20-17 win at Norfolk State (Oct. 6) … collected 2.0 tackles-for-loss (-5), including a sack (-4), in 31-17 victory over South Carolina State (Oct.13) … had four or more tackles in nine of the Hornets’ 11 games … recorded at least one tackles-for-loss in seven contests. 2011: Competed in 10 games … third on the Hornets in total tackles (59) and unassisted tackles (48) … also credited with seven tackles-for-loss (-17), one sack (-7), a forced fumble, one pass break up and two QB hurries … collected a career-high 14 tackles, including 10 solo stops (also career-best) and two tackles-forloss (-6), in 12-0 loss to Morgan State (Oct. 24) … recorded eight tackles (seven unassisted) vs. Florida A&M (Oct. 1) … had six tackles (all unassisted), two backfield stops (-2), a QB hurry and pass break-up, in 31-27 victory over Shaw (Sep. 10) … tallied six tackles and an assist, along with a forced fumble, in 38-21 loss to Norfolk State (Oct. 8) … two of his three tackles were behind the line-of-scrimmage in loss to South Carolina State (Sep. 24). 2010: Appeared in nine games … recorded 13 tackles, including seven solo stops … had at least one tackle in eight of the nine games in which he appeared … tied season high with three tackles (2 solo) in 29-7 win over North Carolina A&T (Oct. 16) … also had three tackles in victory over North Carolina Central (Nov. 6) … recorded two solo tackles in 53-43 win over Howard in season finale (Nov. 20). 2009: Enrolled at Delaware State … did not compete. High School: 2008 Cardinal District Defensive Player-of-the-Year … two-time All-Prince William Area and Virginia All-Northwest District First Team selection … also competed in 2009 Virginia East-West All-Star Game … recorded 98 tackles and six sacks during senior season … earned three varsity football letters … also competed in track & field, and baseball … all-region track and field selection (shot put). Personal: Son of Mary Krah and John Dunkor … Delaware State University and MEAC scholar-athlete … last name is pronounced “Ah-jay” … born Oct. 5, 1990 in African nation of Ghana … came to United States at age 8. Ernest Adjei career statistics G UT AT TT 2010 9 7 6 13 2011 10 48 11 59 2012 11 49 44 93 Totals 30 104 61 165 Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 14, vs. Morgan State (10/29/11) 13 (two games) Most unassisted tackles: 10, vs. Morgan State (10/29/11) Most assists: 8, vs. NCA&T (10/20/12) Most tackles-for-loss: 2.5, vs. VMI (9/1/12) Most sacks: 1 (two games)

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TFL/Yds

Sck-yds

Int/yds

BrUP

QBH

FF

7.0-17 11.5-36 18.5-53

1.0-7 2.5-12 3.5-19

1 2 3

2 2 4

1

1-(-5) 1-(-5)

1

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 97 TARIQUE ANDERSON DL SOPH. 6-5/250 TORONTO, ONT./FORK UNION/PICKERING HS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION/MANAGEMENT 2012: Appeared in six games as a defensive line reserve … credited with two assisted tackles … assisted on a tackle in 17-10 win over VMI in his first career game (Sep. 1) … aided on a stop vs. NC Central (Nov. 3). at Fork Union: Competed in nine games (seven starts) in 2011 … helped lead the team to 8-1 record that season. High School: Selected as Most Improved Defensive Player as a sophomore and senior … recorded 19 tackles (eight solo) and three sacks during senior year … played for head football coach Cameron Lee … four-year Honor Roll student. Personal: Son of Raymond and Claudette Anderson. Tarique Anderson DSU statistics G UT AT 2012 6 0 2

TT 2

Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 1 (two games) Most unassisted tackles: n/a Most assists: 1 (two games)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 90 COREY BARNES DL SOPH. 6-3/260 SUFFOLK, VA./NANSEMOND HS SPORTS MANAGEMENT 2012: Competed in six games as a true freshman … recorded one tackle (unassisted) in 24-0 win over North Carolina A&T. High School: 2011 All-State Second Team as a senior at Nansemond High … recorded 15 sacks and 10 other backfield tackles during senior year … tallied 21 sacks and 17 other tackles-for-loss during scholastic career. Personal: Son of Michael and Angela Barnes … brother Dante Barnes competed for MEAC rival Norfolk State and signed as a free agent wit the NFL’s Washington Redskins; and competed with the Arena Football League Utah Jazz.

Corey Barnes at DSU 2012

G

UT

AT

TT

6

1

0

1

Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 1, vs. NCA&T (10/20/13)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 17 RASHAWN BARRETT DB SOPH. 6-1/200 MONTCLAIR, N.J./MONTCLAIR EXERCISE SCIENCE 2012: Competed in nine games as a true freshman … recorded 11 tackles, including eight solo stops … also credited with a pass break-up … had career-high two tackles in five games … collected two solo tackles and a pass break-up in 23-7 loss to FBS Cincinnati (Sep. 15) … contributed two unassisted tackles to DSU’s 24-0 win over North Carolina A&T (Oct. 20) … credited with two solo tackles vs. Howard in season finale (Nov. 17). High School: 2011 Essex Conference First Team and New Jersey All-State Second Team selection … helped lead Montclair to 11-1 overall record and state championship game appearance in 2011 … played for head football coach John Fiore … also lettered in track and field. Personal: Son of Michelle Barrett

Rashawn Barrett DSU statistics 2012

G 9

UT 8

AT 3

TT 11

TFL/Yds Sck-yds

BrUp 1

Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 2 (five games) Most unassisted tackles: 2 (three games) Most assists: 1 (three games)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 10 WILLIE BOLDEN DB R-FRESHMAN 6-1/200 BRUNSWICK, GA./BRUNSWICK HS SPORTS MANAGEMENT 2012: Enrolled at DSU … sat out the season as a freshman redshirt. High School: Two-way standout at Brunswick High ... 2011 All-Area and All-State Honorable Mention ... recorded 70 tackles, 1100 allpurpose yards and 12 TDs during 2011 season ... 2010 All-Region selection ... helped lead Brunswick to two regional championships (201011) .. team was sixth in final 2010 Associated Press poll … played for head football coach Victor Floyd. Personal: Son of Willie and Sheila Bolden … born 11/30/93 in Brunswick, Ga.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 21 JOE BOYD DB JUNIOR 6-0/195 FT. WASHINGTON, MD./FRIENDLY HS PSYCHOLOGY

2012: Starting cornerback in all 11 games … fourth on the Hornets and 11 th in the MEAC at 7.9 tackles per game (87 total tackles) … tied for second on the team with 49 unassisted tackles … also credited with 3.5 tackles for loss (-10), two forced fumbles and an interception … had career-high 14 tackles (five solo) in overtime loss to No. Carolina Central (Nov. 3) … tied his season high with eight solo tackles (13 total) and forced a fumble in 35-27 win over Hampton (Nov. 10) at Alumni Stadium … tied for game-high honors with 12 tackles (8 unassisted), including 1.5 tackles-for-loss, in 24-0 victory over North Carolina A&T (Oct. 20) … had seven solo tackles and four assists in 20-17 victory over Norfolk State (Oct. 6) … recorded his first career interception (21 yard return) in 31-17 victory over South Carolina State (Oct. 13) … also had five solo tackles, including one behind the line-of-scrimmage, and an assist in SC State contest … registered five tackles and a forced fumble in 23-7 loss to FBS Cincinnati (Sep. 15) … 4recorded at least two tackles in each game … collected at least five contests in nine contests, including the last seven. 2011: Competed in all 11 games … fourth on the Hornets with 53 tackles, tops among team defensive backs … fourth on the team with 45 unassisted tackles … tied for second on the club with three pass break ups … also credited with one tackle-for-loss (-2) …recorded career-high 10 tackles (all solo), including one behind the line-of-scrimmage (-2), in 39-36 win over Howard in season finale (Nov. 19) … led Hornets with nine tackles (seven unassisted) in 24-21 victory over VMI (Sep. 3) … had four solo tackles and two pass break ups in win over Shaw (Sep. 10) … had seven unassisted tackles and assisted on another in los to Delaware (Sep. 17) … collected five tackles (four solo) in loss to Florida A&M (Oct. 1) … had three unassisted tackles and a pass break up in 14-7 loss to No. Carolina Central (Nov. 5) … posted at least two tackles in each contest. 2010: Appeared in six games as a reserve defensive back and on special teams ... credited with four tackles, including one behind the line-ofscrimmage ... recorded two solo, including a backfield stop (-6), in win over North Carolina Central (Nov. 6). High School: Helped lead Friendly to 2009 3A, 2A and 1A championships. Personal: Son of James and Tammy Boyd ... full name is Joseph Leonardo Boyd ... born 2/16/92

Joe Boyd (at DSU) 2010 2011 2012 Totals

G 6 11 11 28

UT 1 45 49 95

AT 3 8 38 49

TT 4 53 87 144

TFL-YDS 1.0-6 1.0-2 3.5-10 5.5-18

INT

PB

FF

1-21 1-21

3 0 3

2 2

Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 14 (5 solo), vs. NC Central (11/3/12) Most solo tackles: 10, vs. Howard (11/19/11) Most tackles for loss:1.5 (two games) Most interceptions: 1, vs. SC State (10/13/12) Most forced fumbles: 1 (two games) Most pass break ups: 2, vs. Shaw (9/10/11)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 54 STEWART CAREY LB R-SOPH. 6-4/230 NEWARK, DEL./NEWARK HS SPORTS MANAGEMENT

2012: Appeared in five games … recorded four tackles, including two solo stops … collected two tackles (one solo) in 31-17 win over South Carolina State (Oct. 13) … lone tackle was a solo stop in 2823 victory at Morgan State (Oct. 25). 2011: First season with the Hornets … sat out the season as a freshman redshirt. High School: Three-year varsity standout at Newark High … played for head coach Butch Simpson … ranked 14th among Delaware high school players during senior season.

Stewart Carey (at DSU) G UT 2012 5 2

AT 2

TT 4

Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 2 (1 solo), vs. SC State (10/13/12)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 15 JOSEPH “BO” CERAVOLO WR R-SOPH. 6-1/190 VENICE, FLA./VENICE HS SPORTS MANAGEMENT

2012: Limited to one game (season opener vs. VMI on Sep. 1) … sat out the rest of the season due to an ankle injury … had career-high three catches for 24 yards (long 10) in VMI contest. 2011: Appeared in all 10 games in his first season on the active roster … fifth on the Hornets in receptions (12) and receiving yards (107) … averaged 8.9 yards per catch … had two catches for season-best 32 yards, including a career long 16 yard grab in loss to Hampton (Nov. 12) … hauled in two passes for 22 yards, including a 15-yard catch, in 42-24 loss at No. Carolina A&T (Oct. 15) … had a 14-yard reception in 39-36 win over Howard in season finale (Nov. 19) … tallied two catches in five games and at least one receptions in seven contests. 2010: Enrolled at Delaware State … sat out the season as a freshman redshirt. High School: Two-time All-Venice Area selection … 2009 First Team Florida All-Star … helped lead team to No. 48 national high school ranking (USA Today) … had 40 receptions for 500 yards and six touchdowns during senior season … career scholastic totals: 100 receptions, 1,400 yards, 14 TDs … played for head football coach John Peacock … also completed in track and field, and weight lifting … placed eighth in state weight lifting competition. Personal: Son of Patricia Ceravolo and Timothy Najuch/Andy Normil … born 2/22/92 on Buffalo, N.Y.

Bo Ceravolo (at DSU) Receiving GP Rec Yds TD 2011 10 12 107 0 2012 1 3 24 0 Totals 11 15 131 0 Career Superlatives Most receptions: 3, vs. VMI (9/1/12) Most receiving yards: 32; vs. Hampton (11/12/11) Longest reception: 16 yards, vs. Hampton (11/12/11) Longest TD reception: n/a

Lg 16 10 16

Rec/g 1.2 3.0 1.4

Avg/c 8.9 8.0 8.7

Avg/g 10.7 24.0 11.9

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 30 DAE-HON CHEUNG RB SOPHOMORE 5-9/175 COATESVILLE, PA./COATESVILLE AREA SENIOR HS CRIMINAL JUSTICE 2012: Competed in all 11 games, including six starts, as a true freshman … second on the team and tops among MEAC freshmen with 410 yards rushing (37.3 ypg) … also fifth on the team with 17 receptions for 133 yards and one touchdown … rushed for career-high 140 yards and two touchdowns (10, 22) on 18 carries in 24-22 loss to Florida A&M (Sep. 22) in his first career start, tops for a Hornet during the 2012 season and the most yardage by a DSU freshman since 1985 … ran for 80 yards on 12 carries (long 24) in 28-23 victory at Morgan State (Oct. 25) … also had career-high four catches for 36 yards (long 17) in Morgan State contest … rushed for 69 yards on six carries, including a career-long 49 yard run, in 35-27 win over Hampton (Nov. 10) … also had a six-yard touchdown run in Hampton contest … had three receptions for career-best 55 yards, including a personal-best 42yard touchdown catch, in 31-17 victory over South Carolina State (Oct. 13). High School: 2011 All-Southeast Pennsylvania, All-Area and AllChesmont National Division First Team selection … Chesmont Conference Offensive Back-of- the-Year … rushed for 1902 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior … ran for more than 3000 yards and 35 touchdowns during scholastic career … played for head Coach Matt Ortega at Coatesville. Personal: Son of Dana Hope and Hedrick Cheung … born 7/28/94 in Coatesville, Pa. … hopes to one day become a state trooper.

Dae-Hon Cheung at DSU Rushing G 2012 11

No. 82

Yds 410

Avg. 5.0

Td 3

Lg 49

Avg/g 37.3

Receiving 2012

Rec 17

Yds 133

TD 1

Lg 42

Rec/g 1.5

Avg/c 7.8

GP 11

Yd/g 12.1

Career Superlatives Most rushing attempts: 18, vs. Florida A&M (9/1/12) Most rushing yards: 140, vs.Florida A&M (9/1/12) Longest run: 49 yards, vs. Hampton (10/10/12) Most touchdown runs: 2, vs. Florida A&M (91/1/12) Longest TD run: 22 yards, vs. Florida A&M (9/1/12) Most receptions: 4, vs. Morgan State (10/25/12) Most receiving yards: 55 yards, vs. SC State (10/13/12) Longest reception: 42 yards, vs. SC State (10/13/12) Longest TD catch: 42 yards, vs. SC State (10/13/12)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 29 TERRICK COLSTON DB SOPH. 6-1/195 LAKELAND, FLA./KATHLEEN HS SPORTS MANAGEMENT 2013: Preseason All-MEAC First Team 2012: All-MEAC Second Team selection … SportsNetwork Jerry Rice Award candidate for top Football Championship Subdivision freshman … appeared in all 11 games as a true freshman … second on the Hornets and fifth in the MEAC at 8.6 tackles per-game (95 total tackles), tops among league freshmen … set team record for tackles by a freshman … had 46 solo tackles and 49 assists … also credited with 2.5 tackles for loss (-4), three interceptions, five pass break-ups and one forced fumble … tied for ninth in the MEAC in interceptions (0.27 pg) and tied for 16th in passes defended (0.73) … named MEAC Rookie-ofthe-Week and College Football Performance Awards MEAC Defensive Back of the Week after collecting a team-high nine tackles (five solo), two interceptions and a pass break-up in the Hornets’ 31-17 win over South Carolina State (Oct. 13) …. he returned the first interception 53 yards for a touchdown; while the second pick, in the endzone, spoiled a potential South Carolina State go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter … selected as MEAC Rookie-of-the-Week Week after recording 11 tackles (six solo), including 1.5 behind the line-of-scrimmage, an interception and a fumble recovery in the Hornets' 23-20 overtime loss to North Carolina Central (Nov. 3) … had career-high 15 tackles (six solo), also a season-high for the Hornets, in 20-17 win at Norfolk State (Oct. 6) … tied for team-high with 12 tackles (seven unassisted) and a pass break-up in DSU’s 17-10 win over VMI in his first career game (Sep. 1) …had four solo tackles and six assists in 24-22 loss to Florida A&M (Sep. 22) … contributed eight tackles (three solo) and a pass break-up to Hornets’ 35-27 win over Hampton (Nov. 10) … had at least five tackles in 10 of the 11 games and nine-of-more tackles in six contests. High School: Three-year varsity letterwinner ... team MVP as a senior and best linebacker during junior year ... helped lead Kathleen High to second round of state playoffs during his senior year ... team posted 23-9 record during his three varsity seasons. Personal: Son of Judy Smith and Terrell Colston ... born 6/24/92 … in Lakeland, Fla.

Terrick Colston (at DSU) G UT

AT

TT

TFL-YDS INT-YDS

BrUp

FF

2012

49

95

2.5-4

5

1

11

46

3-53

Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 15, vs. Norfolk State 10/6/12) Most solo tackles: 7, vs. VMI (9/1/12) Most assists: 9, vs. Norfolk State (10/6/12) Most interceptions: 2, vs. SC State (10/13/12) Longest INT return: 53 yards (TD), vs.SC State 10/13/12)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 47 TROYE CORNWALL LB JUNIOR 6-0/210 MT. VERNON, N.Y./MT. VERNON HS EDUCATION

2012: Enrolled at Delaware State ,,, did not compete.

2011: Enrolled at DSU did not compete. High School: Three year varsity letterwinner at Mt. Vernon … competed at linebacker … helped lead team to two state playoff appearances … high school teammate of current Hornets Lamar Shaw, Davan Moore AND Cory Scott … also a member of Mt. Vernon’s track & field team … member of sectional championship 4x200 and 4x400 relay teams. Personal: Son of Hariett Hammonds … born 4/5/2 … majoring in Education at DSU.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 63 BRANDON CUNNINGHAM C SENIOR/GRAD. 6-2/285 LUMBERTON, N.J./RANCOCAS VALLEY REGIONAL HS CRIMINAL JUSTICE

2013: Preseason All-MEAC First Team … Phil Steele’s College Football Magazine pre-season AllMEAC Second Team selection. 2012: All-MEAC Second Team selection … helped pave the way to DSU’s No. 1 MEAC ranking in passing yards (257.1 ypg) and pass efficiency (129.79); and doubling of rushing yards and rushing touchdowns from the previous season … earned high marks in helping lead Hornets to a season-high 512 total yards (291 passing/221 rushing) in 35-27 win over Hampton … helped pave the way to a team season-high 398 yards passing in 28-23 victory over Morgan State (Oct. 25) … helped DSU rush for 152 yards and three touchdowns in 24-22 loss to Florida A&M (Sep. 22) … led the Hornets to a season-high 221 rushing yards vs. Hampton. 2011: Competed in all 11 games along the offensive line … starting center in DSU’s 24-21 win over VMI in season opener (Sep. 3) … helped pave the way to 346 total yards, 232 passing and season-high 114 yards rushing, in VMI contest … earned high marks in Hornets’ season-best 412-yard performance (324 passing/88 rushing) in 39-36 win over Howard (Nov. 19) … played key role in DSU’s season-high 339yard passing performance in 38-21 loss to Norfolk State (Oct. 8) … helped lead the Hornets’ to MEAC No. 1 ranking in fewest penalties (67) and penalty yards (571). 2010: Appeared in two games, including victory over North Carolina Central (Nov. 6). High School: Earned three varsity letters as a twoway lineman at Rancocas Valley … 2008 AllOlympic Conference First Team selection (OT) … helped lead team to 7-3 record during senior season … also competed in basketball and baseball during scholastic career … Honor Roll student. Personal: Son of Robert and Elgina Cunningham … Delaware State University and MEAC ScholarAthlete … received bachelor’s from DSU last spring … earned MVP long snapper award during 2008 camp at Villanova University … has expressed interest in a career with Federal Bureau of Investigations … born 8/29/91 in Voorhees, N.J.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 56 MIKE DAVIS LB R-JUNIOR 5-11/215 INDIAN HEAD, MD./LACKEY HS ENGINEERING 2012: Appeared in eight games as a defensive reserve and on special teams ... recorded six tackles, inclduing two solo stops ... had career high two tackles (one solo) in 23-7 loss to Cincinnati (Sep. 15) ... collected unassisted tackles vs. Hampton (Nov. 10). 2011: Competed in two games ... recorded lone tackle in loss to South Carolina State (Sep. 24). High School: Attended Friendly High School (2006-090 before transferring to Lackey (2009-10) ... helped lead Friendly to 8-3 overall record as a junior ... lettered in football and track & field as a senior at Lackey High. Personal: Son of the late Michael Davis, Sr. and Ruyace Davis ... born 11/6/92 in Washington, D.C. ... father played football at Tuskegee University.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 98 JAMAL DOUGLAS DL JUNIOR 6-1/290 BARTOW, FLA./BARTOW HS SPORTS MANAGEMENT

2012: Appeared in all 11 games … recorded 14 total tackles (two solo/12 assists) … also credited with 0.5 tackles-for-loss (-1) … had season-high three tackles (one solo) in 23-7 loss to FBS Cincinnati (Sep. 15); and in 24-22 loss to Florida A&M (Sep. 22) … had two tackles in three contests … assisted on a backfield tackle vs. NC Central (Nov. 3) … lone tackle was a solo stop in 20-17 victory at Norfolk State (Oct. 6).

2011: Competed in 10 games along the defensive line ... recorded 14 tackles, including 11 solo stops ... also credited with one tackle-for-loss ... had season-best five tackles (all solo) in loss to South Carolina State (Sep. 24) ... recorded two unassisted tackles in 14-7 loss to No. Carolina Central ... tallied three tackles (one unassisted) in 42-24 loss to NCA&T (Oct. 15) ... lone tackle vs. Delaware (Sep. 17) was a backfield stop (-1). High School: Three-year varsity letterwinner at Bartow HS …All-County selection as a senior in 2010 ... recorded 40 tackles, including four sacks and six other stops in the opponents' backfield ... competed in Florida Central-South All-Star Game. Personal: Son of Evadney Harvey … born June 3, 1993 in Bartow, Fla.

Jamal Douglas (at DSU) G UT 2011 10 11 2012 11 2 Totals 21 13

AT 3 12 15

TT 14 14 28

TFL-YDS 1.0-1 0.5-1 1.5-2

Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 5 (5 solo), vs. SC State (9/24/11) Most solo tackles: 5, vs. SC State (11/24/11) Most tackles-for-loss: 1, vs. Delaware (9/17/11)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 80 MORRIS FRASIER WR SOPH. 6-2/195 FELTON, DEL./LAKE FOREST HS BUSINESS ADMINSTRATION 2012: Enrolled at DSU ... did not record any statistics. High School: Three-sport standout at Lake Forest HS (football, basketball, track & field) ... earned two varsity football letters ... helped lead Spartans to Henlopen Confernece Southern Division championship as a senior in 2011 ... earned All-Henlopen Conference honors in football, basketball and track & field as a senior. Personal: Son of David and Sandy Frasier ... has two older brothers ... born 2/19/93 in Milford, Del. ... majoring in Business Administration at DSU.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 92 FRANKIE GLENN OL SOPH. 6-3/320 TITUSVILLE, FLA./TITUSVILLE HS PHYSICAL EDUCATION

2012: Appeared in five games as a true freshman … recorded seven tackles, including one in the opponents’ backfield … had career-high three tackles, including one solo stop, in 24-22 loss to Florida A&M (Sep. 22) … contributed two assists to 20-17 win over Norfolk State (Oct. 6). High School: Three-sport star at Titusville HS (football, wrestling, track & field) … Florida All-State First Team football selection as a senior … All-State Second Team football pick during junior year … four-year varsity football letter winner … Florida All-State First Team Track & Field selection during junior year and all-conference wrestler as a sophomore … ranked No. 1 in the state in discus and fourth in shot put during senior year … helped lead team to third place finish in state track and field championships … recorded fastest wrestling pin in school history (five seconds). Personal: Son of Frankie Glenn, Sr. … father competed in football at Bethune-Cookman College from 1986 to ’87.

Frankie Glenn (at DSU) G UT 2012 5 1

AT 6

TT 7

Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 3 (1 solo), vs. Florida A&M (9/22/12)

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WR

4 MALIK GOLSON R-FRESHMAN 5-10/180 DOVER, DEL./SMYRNA HS SPORTS MANAGEMENT

2012: Sat out the season as a freshman redshirt. High School: Two-way standout at Smyrna High (wide receiver and safety) … two-time all-conference selection (2010 and 2011) … combined for 32 receptions for 346 yards and three touchdowns during his junior and senior seasons … also recorded 35 tackles, one interception, three forced fumbles, a fumble recovery and a defensive touchdown … also lettered in track & field. Personal: Son of Zachary and Sandra Golson … has one sister (Jazmin Golson) born 9/16/94 … future plans include broadcasting and coaching.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 99 SHABASZ GORDON DL JUNIOR 6-3/290 BLOOMFIELD, CONN./LACKAWANA JC MASS COMMUNICATIONS 2012: Competed in all 11 games … collected 20 tackles, including six solo stops … also credited with one tackle-for-loss, one sack and a fumble recovery … had season-high four tackles (one unassisted) in 24-22 loss to Florida A&M (Sep. 22) … assisted on a sack at Delaware (Sep. 8) and at NC Central (Nov. 3) … recovered a fumble in 23-7 loss to FBS Cincinnati (Sep. 15) … had three tackles against NC Central (Nov. 3) and Hampton (Nov. 10) … lone tackle was a solo stop in 2823 win over Morgan State (Oct. 25) and in 31-187 victory over South Carolina State (Oct. 13). At Lackawanna College (Pa.): Played one season … helped lead team to 2010 Graphic Edge Championship High School: Earned four varsity letters at Bloomfield HS … helped lead team to two CCC West championships … all-state and all-conference selection during senior year … earned all-conference honors as a junior. Personal: Son of Yolonda Lewis … born 2/5/92 in Hartford, Conn. … uncle, Sean Gant, played for New England Patriots … aspires to be a sports announcer … wears #99 because of Warren Sapp.

Shubasz Gordon (at DSU) 2012

G

UT

AT

TT

TFL-YDS

SK-YDS FR

11

6

14

20

1.0-4

1.0-4

1

Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 4, vs. Florida A&M (9/22/12) Most solo tackles: 1 (six games) Most assists: 3 (two games) Most Tackle-for-loss: 0.5 (two games)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 95 RODNEY GUNTER DL JUNIOR 6-5/300 HAINES, FLA./HAINES CITY HS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 2013: Preseason All-MEAC First Team … Phil Steele’s College Football Magazine pre-season All-MEAC First Team selection. 2012: All-MEAC Second Team selection … team leader and tied for seventh in the MEAC at 0.50 sacks per game (5.5 total) … seventh on the Hornets with 49 total tackles … tops among team defensive linemen with 27 unassisted tackles … second on the team with nine tackles-forloss (-46) … also credited with three quarterback hurries, one forced fumble, a recovery and one pass break up … had career-high three sacks (-18) in 23-20 overtime loss to NC Central (Nov. 3) … had four solo tackles and two assists in NC Central contest … tied career-high with 10 tackles (six solo), including two behind the line-of-scrimmage, in loss to Howard in season finale (Nov. 17) … had four solo tackles, including a sack, and an assist vs. South Carolina State (Oct. 13) … recorded four tackles (three unassisted), a forced fumble, fumble recovery and two quarterback hurries in 17-10 win over VMI in season opener (Sep. 1) … recorded three tackles, including a sack, in 24-22 loss to Florida A&M (Sep. 22) … had five tackles (three solo) in 23-78 loss to FBS Cincinnati (Sep. 15) … competed in all 11 games. 2011: Competed in all 11 games as a true freshman … fifth on the Hornets with 39 total tackles (24 unassisted) … also fifth on the team with 4.5 tackles-for-loss (-19) … also credited with one sack (-4) and one quarterback hurry … had career-high 10 tackles (nine solo), including a backfield stop (-5), in loss to So. Carolina State (Sep. 24) … tallied six tackles (four unassisted), including two behind the line-of-scrimmage (7), in 12-0 loss to Morgan State (Oct. 29) … had three solo tackles (one TFL) and three assists in 14-7 setback to No. Carolina Central (Nov. 5) … recorded ½ sack vs. Shaw (Sep. 10) and Hampton (Nov. 12). High School: Football and basketball standout at Haines City HS … Florida All-State Honorable Mention as a senior. Personal: Son of Sondra Russell and Rodney Gunter, Sr. … has two brothers … Delaware State University and MEAC Scholar-Athlete. … cousin D.C. Jefferson played football at Rutgers … fan of N.Y. Giants defensive lineman Jason Pierre-Paul … hopes to own a business one day.

Rodney Gunter at DSU 2011 2012 TOTALS

GP

UT

AT

TOT

TFL-YDS SACK-YDS

INT-YDS

BrUp

FF

FR

QBH

11 11 20

24 27 51

15 22 37

39 49 88

4.5-19 9.0-46 13.5-65

1-0 0-0 1-0

1 1 2

1 1

1 1

3 3

1.0-4 5.5-32 6.5-36

Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 10 (9 solo), vs. SC State (9/24/11) 10 (6 solo) vs. Howard (11/17/12) Most solo tackles: 9, vs. SC State (9/24/11) Most assisted tackles: 4 (two games) Most tackles-for-loss: 3.5, vs. NC Central (11/3/12) Most Sacks: 3, vs. NC Central (11/3/12) Most QB hurries: 2, vs. VMI (9/1/12)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 79 DIMITRI HILL OL SOPHOMORE 6-3/320 WALDORF, MD./WESTLAKE HS MASS COMMUNICATIONS

2012: Gained valuable experience as a true freshman … appeared in nine games … turned in solid performances in wins over South Carolina State (Oct. 13) and North Carolina A&T (Oct. 20) … was on the field for most of the game in 41-34 seasonending loss to Howard (Nov. 17). High School: Standout lineman at Westlake High School ... All-DC Metro and All-Conference selection as a senior ... also considered Norfolk State and Rhode Island. Personal: Son of Kevin and Marsha Hill ... born 7/28/94 in Maryland.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 94 KEITH HUNTER DL SENIOR 6-1/230 WINDSOR, CONN./WINDSOR HS SPORTS MANAGEMENT

2012: Appeared in 10 games … recorded 20 tackles, including six solo stops … also credited with 1.5 tackles-for-loss, 0.5 sacks and two quarterback hurries … had three tackles in two games and five tackles in six contests … collected season-high three tackles vs. Cincinnati (Sep. 15) and VMI (Sep. 1) … had two tackles, ½ tackle for loss and a QB hurry in 20-17 win at Norfolk State (Oct. 6) and in 24-22 loss to Florida A&M (Sep. 22) … credited with two tackles and 1/2 tackle for loss vs. Howard (Nov. 17).

2011: Competed in nine games ... credited with 14 tackles, including nine unassisted and one behind the line-of-scrimmage ... collected career-high four tackles (three solo) vs. Hampton (Nov. 12) ... had two tackles, including a backfield stop (-1), in 12-0 loss to Morgan State (Oct. 24) ... recorded two solo tackles vs. South Carolina State (Sep. 24) ... assisted on two tackles in 31-27 win over Shaw (Sep. 10). High School: Three-year varsity standout at Windsor HS ... helped lead school to 9-3 record as team captain during senior year. Personal: Son of Crystal Santana and Keith Hunter, Sr. ... has three brothers (6, 12, 16) ... born 7/18/91 in Hartford, Conn. ... nephew of DSU Hall-of-Fame track and field standout Sophia Hunter-Shepherd ... majoring in sports management at DSU ...hopes to become a recreation manager and/or high school coach.

Keith Hunter at DSU 2011 2012 TOTALS

GP

UT

AT

TOT

TFL-YDS SACK-YDS

QBH

9 10 19

9 4 13

5 16 21

14 20 34

1.0-1 1.5-2 2.5-3

2 2

0.5-2 0.5-2

Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 4 (3 solo), vs. Hampton (11/12/11) Most solo tackles: 3, vs. Hampton (11/12/11) Most unassisted tackles: 3, vs. VMI (9/1/12) Most tackles-for-loss: 1, vs. Morgan State (10/24/11)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 25 NAGEE JACKSON RB SOPHOMORE 6-1/215 GAINESVILLE, VA./BATTLEFIELD HS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 2012: Competed in all 11 games … tops on the Hornets and tied for fourth in the MEAC with seven rushing touchdowns, tops among league freshmen … third on the team with 238 yards rushing (3.0 ypc) … had at least one rushing touchdown in six games … rushed for career-high 106 yards on 22 carries, including a five-yard touchdown, in 31-17 win over South Carolina State … also had season-best 19 yard run in SC State contest … rushed for 19 yards and two touchdowns (2, 1) in 35-27 win over Hampton (Nov. 10) … had two carries for 14 yards, including an 11-yard run, in 1710 win over VMI in his first collegiate game (Sep. 1) … rushed six times for 21 yards, including a two-yard score, in 28-23 win over Morgan State (Oct. 25) … scored his first collegiate touchdown on one-yard run at Delaware (Sep. 8) … also credited with five tackles, including three solo stops. High School: Virginia All-State Second Team, All-District and All-Region First Team after rushing for 1,118 yards and 23 touchdowns as a senior at Battlefield HS … helped lead Battlefield to Virginia AAA Div. 6 State Championship … rushed for 1,239 yards and 19 touchdowns as a junior at Battlefield … earned all-state honorable mention, all-district and all-region during junior year … had 348 rushing yards and six touchdowns on 56 carries as a freshman at Bowie (Md.) HS. Personal: Son of Jeannine Lewis and Andre’ Jackson … previously attended Fork Union Military Academy … first name is pronounced “Nah-jee” … born 4/28/93 in Englewood, N.J. … also considered attending the University of Virginia and University of North Carolina.

Nagee Jackson at DSU Rushing G 2012 11

No. 79

Yds 238

Avg. 3.0

Td 7

Lg 19

Avg/g 21.6

Career Superlatives Most rushing attempts: 22, vs. SC State (10/13/12) Most rushing yards: 106, vs.SC State (10/13/12) Longest run: 19 yards, vs. SC State (10/13/12) Most touchdown runs: 2, vs. Hampton (10/13/12) Longest TD run: 5 yards, vs.SC State (10/13/12)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 32 CAMEREN JUDGE DB SENIOR 5-11/180 NEW BRITAIN, CONN./LACKAWANNA CC MASS COMMUNICATIONS .

2012: Competed in 10 games in his first season with the Hornets … recorded 23 tackles, including 16 solo stops … also credited with a fumble return, one interception and three pass break-ups … had career-high eight tackles (six unassisted) in 24-22 loss to Florida A&M (Sep. 22) … recorded four tackles and his first DSU interception vs. FBS Cincinnati (Sep. 15) … returned a fumble 34 yards in 35-27 win over Hampton … contributed four tackles (three unassisted) to Hornets’ 20-17 win over Norfolk State (Oct. 6) … had two solo tackles and two pass break-ups in 24-0 victory over North Carolina A&T (Oct. 20) … collected three tackles and a break-up in 31-17 win over South Carolina State (Oct. 13). At Lackawanna JC: Played two seasons, collecting 33 tackles, four interceptions and nine pass break-ups ... Third Team All-Northeast Conference selection ... helped lead team to 2010 Graphic Edge Bowl victory and appearance in 2011 Salt City Bowl in Kansas. High School: First Team All-CCC North Conference selection as a senior and second team pick as a junior at New Britain HS in Connecticut. Personal: Son of Charles and Brenda Judge.

Cameren Judge at DSU 2012

GP

UT

AT

TOT

FR-YDS

INT-YDS

BrUp

10

16

7

23

1-34

1-0

3

Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 8 (6 solo), vs. Florida A&M (9/22/12) Most solo tackles: 6, vs. Florida A&M (9/22/12) Most unassisted tackles: 2 (three games) Most INTs: 1, vs. Cincinnati (9/15/12) Most pass break-ups: 2, vs NCA&T (10/20/12)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 83 MARCO KANO P/DE SENIOR 6-6/220 COTTBUS, GERMANY ENGINEERING/PHYSICS 2012: Appeared in 10 games … fourth in the MEAC with 39.4 putting average …tied for MEAC high with 62-yard punt vs. VMI (Sep. 1) … punted eight times for 325 yards (40.6 avg.), including 62 and 51 yard boots, and one inside the 20-yard line, in VMI contest … had three punts for 149 yards (49.7 avg.), including a 54-yard kick, vs. Florida A&M (Sep. 22) … had 58 and 52-yard kicks, and three inside the opponent 20-yard line, vs. No. Carolina A&T (Oct. 20) … booted a 56-yard kick and placed two inside the 20-yard line vs. Cincinnati (Sep. 15) … had seven kicks of 50-or-more yards, 12 inside the opponents’ 20 and four touchbacks. 2011: Delaware State’s starting punter in all 11 games … fourth in the MEAC in punting at 38.4 yards per kick … led all MEAC punters in attempts (78) and punting yards (2998) … placed 16 kicks inside the opponents’ 20-yard line and tallied 50-or-more yards on 12 punts, including four which covered 60-or-more yards … had season-long 68-yard boot vs. Florida A&M (Oct. 1) … recorded at least one 50-plus yard kick in eight of 11 games … had seasonbest 45.8 yard average (eight punts for 366 yards) in 24-21 season opening win over VMI … had two 50-plus yard kicks (high 65) and placed two punts inside the 20-yard line in VMI contest … had a 63-yard boot in 14-7 loss to NC Central (Nov. 5) … placed three kicks inside the 20-yard line vs. Shaw (Sep. 10) and South Carolina State (Sep. 24) … also collected three 50-plus yard kicks in SC State contest. 2010: Competed in the first five games as the starting punter as a true freshman … missed the last six games due to a knee injury … averaged 38.7 yards on 30 punts … had careerbest 70-yard kicks vs. Hampton (Sep. 30) and Bethune-Cookman Oct. 9) … placed nine kicks inside the opponents’ 20-yard line … had a total of four kicks of 50-or-more yards averaged season-best 48.0 yards (six punts for 288 yards) in Bethune-Cookman contest. Personal: College Sports Information Directors Association (CoSIDA) Academic All-America nominee … Delaware State University and Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Scholar-Athlete … also a member of the Hornets’ outdoor track & field team (javelin).

Marco Kano’s career stats (punting) G NO YDS 2012 10 42 1656 2011 11 78 2998 2010 5 30 1161 Total 26 150 5815

AVG 39.4 38.4 38.7 38.8

LG 62 68 70 70

BLK 0 1 1 2

TB 4 10 4 18

FC 5 4 3 12

50+ 7 12 4 23

I20 12 16 9 37

Career Superlatives Most punts: 12, vs. SC State (490 yards; 9/24/11); Most punting yards: 490 vs. SC State (12 punts; 9/24/11) Longest punt: 70 yards, vs. Hampton (9/30/10) & Bethune-Cookman (10/9/10) Most punts inside 20-yard line: 3 (three games) Fair catches: 2 (three games)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 18 MARLON KELLY WR R-SOPH. 6-2/195 MIAMI, FLA./DR. KROP HS MANAGEMENT/INFORMATION SYSTEMS

2012: Switched to wide receiver prior to 2012 season. 2011: Listed as reserve quarterback in first season with the Hornets ... appeared in one game (Oct. 1 at Florida A&M) High School: Led Dr. Michael Krop High School to Florida 6A state tournament quarterfinals … completed better than over 60% of his passes … passed for 1500 yards and 15 touchdown … also rushed for six TDs … named school’s Male Athlete-of-the-Year… named Third Team All Miami-Dade County by The Miami Herald … threw winning touchdown in North – South All Star Game … also earned three varsity basketball letters at Dr. Krop … led team in three-point percentage … led Camden Military Academy to 2010 football Conference Championship… threw for 1420 yards, 16 TDs, rushed for 450 yards, 9 TDs… Named team Most Valuable Player. Personal: son of Melissa Burns and Marlon Kelly, Sr., one sister, Marissa … born 02-23-1992 … Delaware State University and MidEastern Athletic Conference Scholar-Athlete … President of DSU’s Student-Athlete Advisory Council.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 87 ROBERT KING WR R-JUNIOR 6-0/180 RANDALLSTOWN, MD./LANDSDOWNE HS CRIMINAL JUSTICE

2012: Appeared in six games … had one catch for nine yards in 1710 season-opening win over VMI (Sep. 1). 2011: Appeared in three games as a reserve receiver and on special teams. High School: Three-year varsity letterwinner at Lansdowne HS ... had 25 receptions and four touchdown catches as a senior ...tallied 15 catches and 2 TDs during junior year. Personal: Son of Robert Lee King, Jr. and Diane Marie Thomas ... born 1/5/92 in Baltimore, Md. ... given name is Robert Lee King III ... DSU and MEAC scholar-athlete ... majoring in Criminal Justice at DSU ... aspires for a career in law enforcement as a FBI or CIA agent.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 74 CLARK McCREADY OL SOPH. 6-3/280 HOLLIDAYSBURG, PA./HOLLIDAYSBURG SR. HS SECONDARY/SPECIAL EDUCATION

2012: Gained valuable experience as a spot starter and reserve as a true freshman … started at tackle in his first collegiate contest, DSU’s 17-10 win over VMI (Sep. 1) … also performed well in wins over South Carolina State (Oct. 13) and Hampton (Nov. 10).

High School: 2011 All-WPIAL, All-County and All-Area First Team selection ... 2011 Team Most Valuable Player ... selected to compete in Pennsylvania East/West All-Star Game ... 2010 All-WPIAL Second Team ... helped lead Hollidaysburg to 2010 state playoffs ... son of Terry and Nancy McCready ... played for head coach John Barton at Hollidaysburg ... also lettered in track & field, and wrestling, Personal: Son of Terry and Nancy McCready ... born 3/21/94 in Columbia, Md. ...majoring in secondary/special education at DSU ... Given name is James Clark McCready … hopes to became a teacher.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 44 DAVON MOORE DB JUNIOR 5-11/205 MT. VERNON, N.Y./MT. VERNON HS EDUCATION 2013: Phil Steele’s College Football Magazine pre-season All-MEAC First Team selection … Preseason All-MEAC Second Team (coaches and SID poll). 2012: All-MEAC First Team selection … tops on the Hornets and third in the MEAC at 8.8 tackles per-game and 97 total tackles … led all Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) players with 175 interception return yards … tied for third in the MEAC (24 th FCS) at 0.36 interceptions per game (4 total ints.) … tied for eighth in the MEAC at 0.91 passes defended per game (10 total) … tied for fourth in MEAC with three forced fumbles (0.27 pg) … named MEAC Player-of-the-Week and College Football Performance HBCU National Defensive Back-of-the-Week after recording eight tackles (six unassisted), two interceptions, a forced fumble, pass break-up and a block in the Hornets’ 20-17 win over Norfolk State (Oct.6) … second interception in Norfolk State contest at the DSU 11 sealed the victory with 29 seconds left to play ... had career-high 70 -yard interception return in NSU contest … recorded career-high 14 tackles (eight solo) and a pass break-up in 24-22 loss to Florida A&M (Sep. 22) … collected 12 tackles (eight solo) and a forced fumble in 35-27 win over Hampton (Nov. 10) … recorded nine tackles (all unassisted), including a backfield stop (-1), vs. Howard (Nov. 17) … had eight tackles (four solo), two tackles-for-loss (-8), a sack (-4) and two pass breakups in 28-23 nationally-televised (ESPNU) win over Morgan State (Oct. 25) … returned an interception 43 yards in 23-20 overtime loss to NC Central (Nov. 3) … had 12 tackles in 17-10 season-opening win over VMI (Sep. 1) … recorded nine tackles (six solo), an interception (19-yard return) and a break-up in 23-7 loss to FBS Cincinnati (Sep. 15) … collected seven tackles (five solo), including a sack (-2) and a break-up in 31 -17 win over South Carolina State (Oct. 13) … had four tackles and three assists in loss to Delaware (Sep. 8). 2011: Competed in 10 games … recorded 23 total tackles, including 19 solo stops … also credited with two tackles-for-loss, one interception and one pass break up … second on the team with career-high 10 tackles, including eight unassisted, in 14-7 loss to North Carolina Central (Nov. 5) … had two tackles, first career interception and a pass break-up in loss to Hampton (Nov. 12) … recorded six tackles (each unassisted), including two behind the line-of-scrimmage (-10) in 39-36 win over Howard in season finale (Nov. 19) … collected two unassisted tackles in loss to So. Carolina State (Sep. 24). High School: All-conference and all-county defensive back at Mt. Vernon HS … recorded 65 tackles, six interceptions and two fumble recoveries during senior year … played for head football coach Ric Wright … teammate of current Hornets Lamar Shaw, Cory Scott and Troy Cornwall… also lettered in track & field … member of All-America 800 and 1600-meter relay teams … all-league and all-county in 600-meter run Personal: Son of Twana Patrick and Michael Williams … College Sports Information Directors Association Academic All-America candidate … Delaware State University and Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Scholar-Athlete … born 6/28/92 …

Davon Moore’s career stats G UT 2012 11 63 2011 10 19 TOT 21 82

AT 34 4 38

TT 97 23 120

TL-YDS 5.5-13 2.0-10 7.5/23

SCK 2.0-6 1-0 3.0/6

INT-YDS 4-175 4-175

BrUp 6 1 7

FF 3

BLK 1

3

1

Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 14, vs. Florida A&M (9/22/12); Most solo tackles: 9, vs. Howard (11/17/12) Most tackles for loss: 2, vs. Howard (11/19/11) Most Sacks: 1 (three games) Most INT: 2, vs. Norfolk St. (10/6/12) Most INT ret. Yds.: 113, vs. Norfolk St. (10/6/13)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 6 CORY MURPHY QB SENIOR 6-1/205 MT. VERNON, N.Y./MT. VERNON HS INTEGRATED STUDIES

2013: Will battle for starting quarterback spot ... took majority of snaps with first team offense during spring drills. … passed for more than 200 yards and two touchdowns in Red-White spring scrimmage. 2012 (at DSU): Suited up for each contest, but did not see action . Foothill JC: Played two seasons for head coach Kelly Edwards … helped lead team to 10-2 record and No. 7 national junior college ranking as a freshman in 2010. High School: Two-year varsity letterwinner at Wilcox High School in Santa Clara, Cal. ... All Central Coast First Team and San Jose Mercury Second Team selection as a senior ... helped lead team to division championship and Central Coast Section championship runnerup ... passed for 1,900 yards and rushed for 850 as a senior at Wilcox ... set school record for passing touchdowns, passing yards and rushing yards for a QB during senior year. Personal: Son of Michael and Phyllis Murphy ...previously attended San Jose State University ... born Jan. 10, 1991.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 93 NICK NELSON DE R-FRESHMAN 6-4/245 DUMFRIES, VA./POTOMAC HS MASS COMMUNICATIONS 2012: Enrolled at DSU … sat out the season as a freshman redshirt. High School: Played in four varsity seasons at Potomac HS ... two-time Cardinal District Honorable Mention ... recorded 65 tackles, five sacks, five other backfield stops and a blocked field goal during senior year ... son of Debra DeanNelson and Gregory Nelson Personal: Son of Deborah Dean-Nelson and Gregory Nelson … born 1/10/94 in Oakland, Cal.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 16 ESAYAH OBADO QB R-FRESHMAN 6-2/190 HAMILTON, N.J./NOTTINGHAM HS MOVEMENT SCIENCE

2012 (at DSU): Sat out the season as a freshman redshirt. High School: Passed for 3,690 yards and 42 touchdowns, while rushing for 615 yards and 11 scores during his scholastic career … named to 2010 12th Man TD Club, WJFL/CVC and All-Area First Team after passing for 2075 yards and 24 touchdowns during junior season … also named to 2010 Super 100 Junior Football Players in New Jersey by the N.J. Football Coaches Association … was third player in Mercer County history to pass for more than 2000 yards in a season … passed for 1545 yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior … completed school-record 62.4% of his passes during 2011 season … also rushed for 525 yards and eight scores in 2011 … All-Area and AllCounty First Team selection during senior year … played for head football coach John Adams at Nottingham HS … also lettered in track & field. Personal: Son of Christine Obado … born 9/29/94 in Ewing, N.J. … has two older siblings … hopes to be an occupational therapist … also recruited by Rutgers and Indiana University (Pa.) … name is pronounced Ee-sy-uh Oh-bah-doe

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 85 NATE ORTIZ TE SOPH. 6-4/235 JERSEY CITY, N.J./ST. ATNHONY’S HS MOVEMENT SCIENCE

2012: Sat out the season as a freshman redshirt. High School: Two-way standout at St. Anthony’s (TE/DE) … 2011 All-Hudson County and All-State (non-public) First Team selection … 2011 North vs. South All-Star Game finalist …rankled secnd best tight end in New Jersey as a senior in 2011 ... 2010 All-Hudson County First Team … played for head football coach Sean Fallon at St. Anthony’s ... helped lead school to national high school basketball championship as a junior. Personal: Son of Nate Turner and Marybeth Hartwig … born 6/26/93 in Jersey City, N.J. ... also considered Rutgers, Youngstown State and New Hampshire.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 45 ALEX PERRY LB JUNIOR 5-11/230 JACKSONVILLE, FLA./FIRST COAST HS PSYCHOLOGY

2013: Returns to the Hornets after sitting out the 2012 season. 2012: Did not compete 2011: Appeared in nine games … recorded 21 tackles, including 17 solo stops … also credited with two tackles-for-loss (-11), a sack (-7) and a forced fumble … had season-high seven tackles (six solo) in loss to Delaware (Sep. 17) … collected two tackles, each behind the line-ofscrimmage (-11), vs. North Carolina Central (Nov. 5) … had four solo tackles and an assist in 3936 win over Howard (Nov. 19). 2010: Competed in six games as a true freshman … recorded 16 total tackles, including nine solo stops … also credited with a fumble recovery … had career-high nine tackles (4 solo) in 31-21 loss to Norfolk State (Nov. 13) … registered a solo tackle and assisted on two others vs. Southern in MEAC/SWAC Challenge in Orlando, Fla. (Sep. 5) … High School: First Team All-Conference selection … 2009 First Coast HS Defensive MVP … recorded 115 tackles, eight forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and one interception (70 yard return) Personal: Son of Larry and Kim Perry … cousin of Delaware State University Hall of Fame member and former football standout Jimmy Strong … attended Steve Spurrier Football Camp … born 4/15/91 in Jacksonville, Fla.

Alex Perry career statistics G UT 2012 Did not compete 2011 9 17 2010 6 9 TOT 15 26

AT

TT

TFL-YD SACK-YD

FF

4 7 11

21 16 37

2-11

1-7

1

2-11

1-7

1

Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 9 (four solo), vs. Norfolk State (11/13/10) Most solo tackles: 4, vs. Norfolk State (11/13/10) Most assists: 5, vs. Norfolk State (11/13/10) Most tackles-for-loss: 2, vs. NC Central (11/5/11) Most sacks: 1, vs. NC Central (11/5/11)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 72 KEEVON PRATHER OL R-FRESHMAN 6-3/280 TEMPLE HILLS, MD./CROSSLAND HS AVIATION 2012: Enrolled at DSU ... sat out the season as a freshman redshirt. High School: Football: All-D.C. Metro 2010 and 2011 ... MVP 2010-2011 ... All Met (2nd team) 2011; MVP 2012...led Crossland in tackles.as a junior and senior ..Crossland Athlete of the Week (March 2012) ... Wrestling - 2012, Heavy Weight Wrestling Champion for PG County (285 weight division)...MVP for wrestling 2010, 2011 and 2012. Placed 5th place in Maryland Regionals in 2012 for wrestling. Placed 4th place for State in wrestling 2011...Wrestling Record 26-4. Awarded the Fastest 2012 pin for wrestling 12 seconds... Personal: Son of Kevin and Darlene Prather, Temple Hills, Maryland.. born April 26, 1994.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 19 RONALD “J.R.” ROBINSON DB SOPH. 5-11/180 JERSEY CITY, N.J./ST. PETE’S HS SPORT MANAGEMENT 2012: Competed in all 11 games as a true freshman … recorded 10 tackles (six unassisted) and an interception … intercepted a pass on the final play of the Hornets’ 17-10 season-opening win over VMI (Sep. 1) … had career-high four tackles (one solo) in 24-22 loss to Florida A&M (Sep. 22) … contributed a solo tackle and an assist to DSU’s 35-27 victory over Hampton (Nov. 10) … recorded solo tackles vs. Delaware (Sep. 8), Cincinnati (Sep. 15), Norfolk State (Oct. 6) and Howard (Nov. 17). High School: Two-year varsity letterwinner at St. Pete's ... 2011 All-State (NonPublic) Safety and All-County selection ... recorded 32 tackles, six interceptions and one forced fumble during senior season ... also had 19 catches and four touchdowns as a wide receiver in senior year ... All-Area safety as a junior ... had 22 tackles and nine receptions during juinior year. Personal: Son of Shelby and Ron Robinson ... nicknamed "J.R." ... majoring in Sports Management at DSU

J.R. Robinson’s career stats G UT AT

TT

INT-YDS

2012

10

1-0

11

6

4

Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 4 (one solo), vs. Florida A&M (9/22/12); Most solo tackles: 1 (six games) Most INT: 1, vs. VMI (9/1/12)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 36 CORY SCOTT DB SENIOR 6-0/170 MT. VERNON, N.Y./MT VERNON PHYSICAL EDUCATION 2012: Appeared in eight games … recorded four tackles, including one unassisted. 2011: Competed in two games as a reserve defensive back and on special teams. 2010: Enrolled at DSU … did not compete. High School: Two-sport star at Mt. Vernon High School football, wrestling) … all-league football as a junior ... recorded 40 tackles, three interceptions and two forced fumbles during junior football season ... all-section first team wrester as a junior ... No. 2 wrestler in Section 1 during senior year ... recorded 101 wrestling wins ... played for head fotball coach Ric Wright … teammate of current Hornets Lamar Shaw, Davon Moore and Troy Cornwall. Personal: Son of Jacqueline Webb and Cory Scott ... born 12/27/91 in Baltimore, Md.

Cory Scott’s career stats G UT 2012 8 1

AT 3

TT 4

Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 4 (one solo), vs. Florida A&M (9/22/12); Most solo tackles: 1 (six games) Most INT: 1, vs. VMI (9/1/12)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 22 LAMAR SHAW RB R-JUNIOR 5-9/235 MT. VERNON, N.Y./MT. VERNON HS ACCOUNTING

2012: Competed in eight games … credited with four carries for one yard… had season-high three-yard run in 24-0 win over North Carolina A&T (Oct. 20). 2011: Appeared in three games … rushed for three yards vs. Morgan State on his lone carry of the season (Oct. 29). 2010: Sat out the season as freshman redshirt. High School: Helped lead Mt. Vernon to two state playoff appearances … rushed for 1,000 yards and nine touchdowns as a senor … named to all-section team as a senior … played for head football coach Ric Wright … teammate of current Hornets Cory Scott, Troy Cornwall and Davon Moore. Personal: Son of Touvane Shaw and Patrick Webb … born 5/9/92 in Manhattan, N.Y. … Delaware State University and MEAC ScholarAthlete … hopes to be a CPA and work for Big 4 accounting firm.

Lamar Shaw at DSU Rushing G No. 2012 8 4 2011 3 1 2010 Did not compete TOT 11 5

62

Yds 1 3

Avg. 0.3 3.0

Td 0 0

Lg 3 3

Avg/g 0.5 1.0

4

0.8

0

3

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 88 GABE SHERROD WR/TE R-FRESHMAN 6-3/210 PERRYVILLE, MD./PERRYVILLE HS PRE-ENGINEERING

2012: Enrolled at DSU … sat out the season as a freshman redshirt High School: Competed at quarterback and on defense at Perryville … 2011 First Team All-Cecil County and All-Conference selection … helped lead Perryville to Group A, Susquehanna and East Division championships … accounted for more than 2200 yards to rank fifth in total offense in Maryland … passed for 20 touchdowns during senior season … also 1000 point basketball scorer. Personal: Son of Rosalind Allen and the late Richard Sherrod ... born 3/15/94 in Havre de Grace, Md. ... given first name is Gabriel ... majoring in Pre-Engineering at DSU ... father was a basketball standout at Georgia Southern ... uncle Anthony Sherrod played basketball at Georgia Tech.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 28 ISAIAH SIMPSON DB R-JUNIOR 5-10/180 NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J./NEW BRUNSWICK HS CRIMINAL JUSTICE

2012: Competed in eight games as a walk-on … credited with three tackles, including two unassisted stops … had solo tackles in wins over VMI (Sep. 1) and Hampton (Nov. 10). High School: Three-year varsity lettermen at New Brunswick HS ... helped lead team to three state playoff appearances ... competed at linebacker, running back and strong safety during his scholastic career ... rushed for more than 500 yards and six touchdowns during junior year ... rushed for five TDs during injury shortened senior season ... also competed in track & field. Personal: Son of Ciatta Groce and Felix Simpson ... born 12/14/91

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 96 CHIKEZE UKEZE DL SENIOR 6-4/290 STATEN ISLAND, N.Y./AMER. INTL./PORT RICHMOND SPECIAL EDUCATION

2012: Appeared in all 11 games in his first season with the Hornets … recorded 29 tackles, including 11 unassisted … also credited with two tackles-for-loss … second among Hornet defensive linemen in tackles … had five tackles (two solo), including a backfield stop (-4), in 23-20 overtime loss to North Carolina Central … recorded career-high six tackles in 35-27 win over Hampton (Nov. 10) …had two solo tackles and two assists in 31-17 victory over South Carolina State (Oct. 13) … recorded ½ sack vs. VMI (Sep. 1) and Howard (Nov. 17). 2011: Transferred to DSU from American International University ... sat out the season due to injury ... granted a medical redshirt. High School: Helped lead Port Richmond to PSAL championship with 12-0 record during senior season ... earned All-State and All-City recognition ... played on offensive and defensive lines ... selected to Advance and Fugazzi All-Star games ... also All-Borough selection ... helped pave the way for running back Torian Phillips to rush for school record 34 touchdowns during senior year ... recorded two sacks as a senior ... also lettered in track & field ... All-State selection in shot put ... also competed in discus, javelin and 55-meter dash. Personal: Name is pronounced Che-kay-zee Oo-kay-zee … nicknamed “K.J.” … born 7/1/591 in Lagos, Nigeria

Chikeze Ukeze’s career stats (at DSU) G UT AT TT 2012 11 11 18 29

TFL-YDS 2.0-6

Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 6 vs. Hampton (11/10/12); Most solo tackles: 2 (four games) Most assists: 6, vs. Hampton (11/17/12) Most tackles-for-loss: 1, vs. NC Central (11/10/12)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 35 MITCHELL WARD PK JUNIOR 6-1/180 BIRMINGHAM, ENG./DOUGHERTY VLY. HS (CAL.) MOVEMENT SCIENCE 2012: Starting placekicker in all 11 games … team leader and fifth among MEAC kickers in scoring with 64 points (5.8 ppg) … eighth among all MEAC players in scoring … fourth in the MEAC with 12 field goals … was 12-for-19 on field goal attempts and 28-for-28 on extra-point kicks … MEAC leader in extra point kick percentage (1.000) … was successful on 7-of10 field goal attempts of 20-29 yards; 5-for-8 from 30-39 yards; and 0-1 from 40-49 yards … was perfect on two field goal attempts (32, 20) and four extra-point kicks in 41-34 loss to Howard (Nov. 17) … 32-yard field goal Howard was his long for the season … was 2-for-2 on field goal attempts (31, 24) and successful on two extra-point kicks in 28-23 win over Morgan State (Oct. 25) … kicked two field goals in three games … nailed all five extra-point kicks in 35-27 win over Hampton (Nov. 10) … recorded to touchbacks on kickoffs … has nailed 32 consecutive extra-point kicks.

2011: Hornets’ starting placekicker in all 11 games … third on the team in scoring with 27 points … connected on 4-of-8 field goal attempts and 15-of-18 extra-point kicks … nailed careerbest 35-yard field on his lone attempt in 39-36 win over Howard (Nov. 19) … was successful on his first collegiate field goal attempt (24 yds.) in 24-21 win over VMI in season opener (Sep. 3) … hit 25-yard field goal on his attempt in loss to North Carolina A&T (Oct. 15) … had career-best four extra-point kicks (4-for-4) vs. Howard … was 3-for-3 on extra-point tries vs. NCA&T.

High School: Competed in football, soccer and track & field at Dougherty Valley High .. holds school record for most points in a game by a kicker (10) , longest field goal (40 yds.) and most kicking points in a season by a kicker (52).

Personal: Son of Tim and Penny Ward … born and raised in England … family moved to the U.S. when he was 14.

Mitchell Ward Career Stats FGs FG-A PCT 2012 12-19 .632 2011 4-8 .500 TOT 16-27 .593

0-19 0-0 0-0 0-0

20-29 7-10 2-2 9-12

30-39 5-8 2-5 7-13

40-49 0-1 0-1 0-2

50-99 0-0 0-0 0-0

LG 32 35 35

BLK 3 2 5

XP 28-28 15-18 43-46

Most field goals: 2 (three games) Longest FG: 35 yards, vs. Howard (11/19/11) Most XPs: 5, vs. Hampton (11/10/12)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 48 ELBIE WILLIAMS LB JUNIOR 6-0/230 CLINTON, MD./DeMATHA HS MOVEMENT SCIENCE 2012: Competed in six games … collected 11 tackles, including two solo stops … had season-high three tackles vs. Hampton (Nov. 10) and Howard (Nov. 17) … recorded solo tackles in NCA&T (Oct. 20) and Howard contests (Nov. 17). 2011: Appeared in eight games as a true freshman … recorded five tackles, including three unassisted … had two solo tackles in the Hornets’ 12-0 loss to Morgan State (Oct. 24). High School: Three-year varsity letter winner at DeMatha … 2010 AllWashington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) First Team, All-D.C./ Maryland/Virginia Region and All-D.C.-Metro Honorable Mention selection … member of DeMatha’s 2008 WCAC championship team … helped lead team to conference championship game appearances in 2009 and ’10 … recorded 127 tackles and five sacks as a junior and collected 96 tackles and four sacks during senior year. Personal: Son of Elbie, Jr. and Alkeisha Williams … given name is Elbie Williams III … born 10/12/93 in Washington, D.C..

Elbie Williams career stats (at DSU) G UT AT

TT

TFL-YDS

INT-YDS

PD

2011 2012 TOT

8 11 19

0.5-0

1-(-1)

1

0.5-0

1(-1)

1

8 6 14

2 2 4

6 9 15

Career Superlatives Most total tackles: 3 (three games) Most solo tackles: 2, vs. Morgan State (10/29/11) Most assists: 3 (three games)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 2 MALCOLM WILLIAMS RB JUNIOR 5-10/175 READING, PA./READING SENIOR HS MOVEMENT SCIENCE 2013: Preseason All-MEAC First Team. 2012: Competed in nine games .. missed two games due to an ankle injury … team leader and ninth in the MEAC in rushing at 48.6 ypg (437 yards) … fourth on the Hornets with 18 receptions for 70 yards (long 8) … rushed for career-high 120 yards on 20 carries, including personalbest 60-yard touchdown run, before suffering an ankle injury in loss to FBS Cincinnati (Sep. 15) … collected 113 rushing yards, including a 39yard run, in 35-27 win over Hampton (Nov. 10) … rushed for 72 yards on 13 carries (long 32) in 17-10 season-opening win over VMI (Sep. 1) … also had two kickoffs for 58 yards (long 38) in VMI contest … had a 32-yard run to highlight a 70-yard performance (13 carries) in 41-34 loss to Howard (Nov. 17) … rushed for 44 yards and had career-high six catches for 21 yards vs. Delaware (Sep. 8) … recorded six kickoff returns for 115 yards (19.2 ypr), with a long of 38. 2011: Appeared in nine games in his first season with the Hornets … had seven rushing attempts for 18 yards … also returned four kickoffs (36 yards) and one punt (19 yards) … recorded two carries for season-high 10 yards (long 6) in loss to Norfolk State (Oct. 8) … had season-high 19-yard kickoff return vs. Delaware (Sep. 17) and collected 19 yards on his lone punt return vs. Shaw (Sep. 10). 2010: Enrolled at Delaware State … did not compete. High School: Two-time team captain ... played quarterback, running back, and cornerback at Reading HS... 2007 preseason SportsFever magazine All-State pick ... as a junior, had 66 carries for 342 yards and four touchdowns before missing the last four games ... also had six receptions for 116 yards (19.3 average per catch) ... as a sophomore, totaled 206 rushing yards and six touchdowns in a single game for the Red Knights ... also a two-time captain for the track and field team ... captured first place in the 40-yard dash in 4.37 seconds at the Commonwealth Sports Medicine Team Challenge ... finished third nationally in the 1000 meters ... also competed in the long jump. Personal: Born May 29, 1989 ... son of Taresa Figarow and Anthony Williams … former Temple University signee.

Malcolm Williams at DSU Rushing G 2012 9 2011 9 TOT 18 Receiving 2012 2011

GP 9 n/a

No. 90 7 97

Yds 437 18 455

Avg. 4.9 2.6 4.7

Td 2 0 2

Lg 60 6 60

Avg/g 48.6 2.0 26.9

Rec 18

Yds 70

TD 0

Lg 8

Rec/g 2.0

Avg/c 3.9

Yd/g 7.8

Career Superlatives Most rushing attempts: 20 (two games) Most rushing yards: 120, vs. Cincinnati (9/15/12) Longest run: 60 yards, vs. Cincinnati (9/15/12) Most touchdown runs: 1 (two games) Longest TD run: 60 yards, vs. Cincinnati (9/15/12) Most receptions: 6, vs. Delaware (9/8/12) Most receiving yards: 21, vs. Delaware (9/8/12) Longest reception: 8 yards, vs. Howard (11/17/12) Longest TD catch: n/a

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 PLAYER PROFILES 11 MILTON WILLIAMS III WR JUNIOR 6-3/195 UPPER MARLBORO, MD./FREDERICK DOUGLASS CRIMINAL JUSTICE 2013: Vying to become the Hornets' No. 1 receiving target ... had outstanding spring camp ... had more than 150 receiving yards and two touchdown catches in Red-White spring scrimmage. 2012: Competed in five games … had three catches for 26 yards … caught two passes for 17 yards, including a season-long 12-yard catch, in 24-0 win over No. Carolina A&T (Oct. 20) … had a nine-yard reception in 41-34 loss to Howard in season finale (Nov. 17). 2011: Appeared in nine games as a true freshman … fourth on the Hornets in receptions (15) and receiving yards (112) … had three receptions for a team-high 44 yards, including a career-best 23-yard catch, in his collegiate debut at Delaware (Sep. 17) … hauled in career-high five passes for 27 yards (long 13) at So. Carolina State (Sep. 24) … had four catches for 22 yards, including his first collegiate TD (9 yards) at Florida A&M (Oct. 1) … had an 11-yard reception in loss to Hampton (Nov. 12). High School: 2010 Prince George’s County All-League … Gazette Prince George’s News All-County … ESPN Rise State Small School All-Star … Chick-FilA Challenge All-Star …Maryland Crab Bowl All-Star … help lead Frederick Douglas to 8-2 record and state tournament berth in 2010 … scored a touchdown on an 18-yard pass in Crab Bowl All-Star Game … had 18 receptions for 208 yards as a junior in 2009. Personal: Son of Paulette and Michael Essex … born 3/7/94 in Washington, D.C. … has four siblings … grandfather, Milton D. Williams, Sr. played for Temple in 1970s.

Milton Williams career stats Receiving GP 2012 5 2011 8 TOT 13

Rec 3 15 18

Yds 26 112 138

TD 0 1 1

Lg 12 23 23

Rec/g 0.6 1.9 1.4

Avg/c 8.7 7.5 7.7

Avg/g 5.2 12.4 10.6

Career Superlatives Most receptions: 5 (27 yds.), vs. SC State (9/24/11) Most receiving yards: 44 (3 rec.), vs. Delaware (9/17/11) Longest reception: 23 yards, vs. Delaware (9/17/11) Most TD receptions: 1, vs. Florida A&M (10/1/11) Longest TD reception: 9 yards (from Nick Elko), vs. Florida A&M (10/1/11)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 NEWCOMERS SAL CARRERO OL

JAMAAL JACKSON

SOPHOMORE 6-5/315

RB

SOPH

5-9/175

CAMBRIDGE, MASS./ASA COLLEGE (N.Y.)

WILMINGTON, DEL./HODGSON VO-TECH

Helped lead ASA to 9-1 overall record and 5-0 mark in North East Conference to claim the league championship in 2012 … Avengers climbed as high as No. 3 in the National Junior College rankings and appeared in the inaugural Carrier Dome Bowl … helped pave the way to 47.2 points and 435.3 yards per … Avengers averaged 250.8 yards per game rushing (6.5 ypc) and 184.5 yards passing in 2012 … helped RB Hosey Williams earned NJCAA First Team All-America recognition after rushing for 1269 yards and 14 TDs last season.

Previously attended Toledo University and Nassau Community College (N.Y.) ... rushed for nearly 6,000 yards and 40 touchdowns, including 1,577 yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior at Hodgson VoTech … rushed for 980 yards and 12 touchdowns to help lead Nassau CC to an 8-3 record in 2011 … did not compete in 2012 … son of Maila Madric and John Jackson … born 8/19/91.

BRANDON LEWIS

JUSTIN COOK OL/DL

FRESHMAN

RB/LB 6-4/290

FRESHMAN

6-1/225

GEORGETOWN, DEL./SUSSEX CENTRAL HS

SALISBURY, MD./WICOMICO HS Starred on the offensive and defensive lines at Salisbury, Maryland's Wicomico High School … helped lead team to an 8-3 overall record in 2012 and a 24-9 mark during his varsity career ….member of three state playoff teams at Wi High” … defensive stats included 35 solo tackles and three sacks … selected to compete in the Md. Eastern Shore All-Star Game … also a member of the school’s basketball team … plans to major in Mass Communications at DSU … son of Sherri Cook and Donald Okagbue … born 4/9/95 in Philadelphia, Pa.

GARRISON DUNCAN QB

FRESHMAN

6-2/215

KERNERSVILLE, N.C./EAST FORSYTH HS Passed for 1,505 yards and 17 touchdowns, and rushed for 1,410 yards (school QB record) and 18 scores as a senior at East Forsyth … 2012 North Carolina 4AA All-State, All-County and All-Conference First Team selection … helped lead the team to a 13-1 record in 2012, including 11-0 in conference play ... son of Gary and Angela Duncan … born 10/13/94 in Cleveland, Ohio … plans to major in Business at DSU.

FRESHMAN

Personal: Son of Verna Williams and William Lewis … father was a former Delaware State University football player (1991) … born Jan, 6, 1994 in Lewes, Del.

ANTHONY MENGONI OL

FRESHMAN

6-2/275

PECKVILLE, PA/VALLEY VIEW HS

EMMETT HUNT QB

High School: 2012 All-Henlopen Conference First Team linebacker and Second Team running back (senior) … First Team All-Henlopen linebacker and running back as a junior in 2011 … also Third Team All-State running back as a junior in 2011 … All-State Second Team linebacker as a senior in 2012 … Second Team All-Henlopen running back and linebacker as a sophomore in 2010 … tallied more than 3,500 yards , 20 receptions, 200 tackles, three interceptions, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and six sacks during his scholastic career … broke school’s single-season rushing record with 1400 yards as a junior in 2011 (his father, Bill Lewis, held the previous record of 1,369) … recorded 800 yards rushing, 12 receptions (120 yds.), 73 tackles, four sacks and one interception in seven games as a senior in 2012 .. . helped lead the Golden Knights to two conference championships and three state playoff appearances … also lettered in basketball.

6-1/215

2012 Lackawanna Football Conference Second Team center and defensive tackle … selected to compete in PFSCA All-Star Game … COATESVILLE, PA./COATESVILLE HS helped lead Valley View to No. 1 conference rushing status the last three years … recorded 50 tackles during senior season … team cap2012 Ches-Mont (Pa.), All-Area, All-League and Southeastern Penntain … helped lead team to 26-10 overall record during his career, sylvania Offensive Player-of-the-Year after completing 157-of-247 including 7-4 mark during senior season … son of Ernie and Michele passes (63.6%) for 3,123 yards and 44 touchdowns as a senior in Mengoni … born 11/15/84 in Scranton, Pa. … has four siblings, in2012 … 2012 Pafootballnews.com All-State Second Team … competed in Pennsylvania East/West All-Star Game … high school teammate cluding three sisters. of DSU sophomore running back Dae-Hon Cheung at Coatesville High.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2013 NEWCOMERS KEVIN ROWAN DB

FRESHMAN

WILL WILEY 6-1/175

DB

FRESHMAN

5-11/180

HYATTSVILLE, MD./BLADENSBURG HS 2012 Washington, D.C., All-Metro selection … two-way standout at Bladensburg High (DB/WR) … recorded 46 tackles, three forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and an interception during senior season … also had 12 catches for 200 yards and three touchdowns as a senior … career totals include 84 tackles, four interceptions, 16 pass break ups … expected to compete at cornerback for the Hornets … Honor Roll student … also a track field standout at Bladensburg High … son of Reginald and Pearlie Rowan … born 2/23/95 in Bomberg, Germany

ARIS SCOTT WR

FRESHMAN

5-11/180

HARRISBURG, PA./CENTRAL DAUPHIN EAST HS

High School: 2012 All-Colonial Conference Second Team selection … recorded 25 tackles and five receptions as a receiver during senior year … career stats include 50 tackles and six receptions for 100 yards … presented with team’s Gridiron Award during senior year … helped lead team to its first state playoff appearance since 2005.

WILL WOMACK DE/OLB

FRESHMAN

6-4/235

RICHMOND, VA./HARGRAVE MILITARY

Linebacker/defensive end previously attended Hargrave Military Academy … former standout at Monaco High School.

Scott, who previously signed with Wagner College, competed at Milford Academy Prep in 2012. Last season at Milford, Scott had 34 receptions for 418 yards and two touchdowns. He also was a part-time quarterback, completing 16-of-29 passes for 170 yards and two touchdowns. Scott was a standout quarterback at Central Dauphin East High School in Pennsylvania. He completed 138-of-292 passes for 2,262 yards and 41 touchdowns, and rushed for 1,616 yards and 21 scores during his scholastic career. Scott was a Second-Team MidPenn All-Star as a high school senior.

AARON SPENCER QB

FRESHMAN

CAMDEN, N.J./WOODROW WILSON HS Three-year starting quarterback at Woodrow Wilson High School … two-time all-conference selection (2011, ’12) … led team to three consecutive state playoff appearances … ranks 12th all-time in touchdown passes in South Jersey history … second in school history in passing touchdowns … son of Oscar and Lisa Spencer … father and sister are Delaware State University alums … born Jan. 25, 1993 … plans to major in accounting at DSU

AMEER WATSON TE

FRESHMAN

6-3/250

SMYRNA, DEL./SMYRNA HS 2012 Delaware All-State and All-Henlopen North First Team selection … 2011 All-Henlopen North Second Team pick … two-year starter for the Eagles … team captain … plans to major in criminal justice at DSU … son of Ronald Watson and Juanita Allen … born 12/19/94 in Wilmington, Del.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL HEAD COACH KERMIT BLOUNT Blount is making good on his promise to rebuild the Delaware State University football program. The 2013 season will mark Blount’s third with the Hornets. During his second year at the school, he led DSU to a 6-5 overall record, the team’s first winning mark since 2007 and a threegame improvement from the previous season. The 2012 Hornets also posted five Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) wins, four more than the previous year. Delaware State University quarterback Nick Elko was selected as the 2012 MEAC Offensive Player-of-the-Year, while Travis Tarpley (WR), Justin Wilson (WR), Nail Muradymov (OL), Ernest Adjei (LB) and Davon Moore (DB) were also named to the AllMEAC First Team In addition, Moore was named to the 2012 College Sports Information Directors and Football Championship Subdivision Athletic Directors All-Academic Teams. Despite a 3-8 record in Blount's first season with the Hornets, the team showed noticeable improvement on the field and in the classroom. DSU closed out the 2011 season with a 39-36 win over Howard, which featured one of the nation's stingiest defenses entering the contest. The Hornets racked up 412 total yards, including 324 by the pass during the game. The Bison were third among all FCS schools in pass defense (141.3 ypg) and fourth in total defense (288.5 ypg) prior to the contest. Blount's 2011 Delaware State team was also the most disciplined in the MEAC. The Hornets were No. 1 in the league in fewest penalties (67) and penalty yards (570) last season. In the classroom, 13 members of the 2011 Hornets earned MEAC Commissioner's AllAcademic recognition. The team's combined grade point average also improved by 0.75 percentage points during the season. Blount has nearly 30 years of collegiate coaching experience, including 16 as the head football coach for WinstonSalem State University in North Carolina.

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It didn't take long for Blount to earn the respect of the Hornet players and the Delaware State University family. He quickly became an ambassador for the University and the football program throughout the region, in addition to establishing new academic, training, practice and accountability policies for the team. Along the way, he found time to attract a top-notch staff of assistant coaches and support personnel to DSU. Despite just a few weeks to prepare, Blount also directed the Hornets to a successful 2011 spring camp, during which time, new offensive and defensive formations were installed. During his tenure at Winston-Salem, Coach Blount had a career record 9187-3, which included his final 2009 season with the Rams in which he led the team to an 8-2 record. He guided the Rams to two Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Championships and a total of three CIAA Championship game appearances. He also led Winston-Salem to two Pioneer Bowl appearances, one of which the team emerged as the victor (1999). Blount is the winningest coach in the history of the Winston-Salem State football program. In fact, he reached the top of the list with a 28-27 comefrom-behind win against Delaware State in Dover, Del., in 2008. He also led the Rams to 25 percent of their conference championships, directing WSSU to two of its eight conference titles as a head coach and to two more conference titles as a quarterback on the team's 1977 and 1978 squads. Blount was honored as the CIAA Coach of the Year and as the Washington D.C. Pigskin Coach of the Year, as well as the 100% Wrong Club Coach of the Year - each award in both 1999 and 2000. Throughout his coaching career, Blount has been associated with programs that have experienced phenomenal success. In all, he has been in a leadership role with teams that have won a total of six conference titles at both the NCAA Division I and Division II levels. Blount began his coaching career in his home state of Virginia at Armstrong Kennedy High School in Richmond as a quarterbacks coach and assistant offensive coordinator. Following two seasons at the high school level Blount moved on to the collegiate ranks in 1983. In 1983 he became a graduate assistant and assistant quarterbacks coach at East Carolina University where he would begin his collegiate coaching career. Following his stint with the Pirates, Blount joined the staff at Howard University, where he assumed the responsibilities of offensive coordinator from 1984-89 under Bison head coach Willie Jeffries.

KERMIT BLOUNT YEAR-BY-YEAR 1993 WSSU 6-4-1 .545 1994 WSSU 6-5 .545 1995 WSSU 4-4-2 .400 1996 WSSU 4-7 .364 1997 WSSU 6-4 1998 WSSU 5-5

.600 .500

1999 WSSU 8-3* .727 2000 WSSU 9-3* .750 2001 WSSU 8-3 .727 2002 WSSU 4-6 .400 2003 WSSU 7-3 .700 2004 WSSU 4-6 .400 2005 WSSU 6-4 .600 2006 WSSU 4-7 .364 2007 WSSU 6-5 .545 2008 WSSU 3-8 .273 2009 WSSU 1-10 .091 2011 DSU 3-8 .273 2012 DSU 6-5 .545 TOTAL 100-100-3 .493

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL HEAD COACH KERMIT BLOUNT Blount vs. All-Opponents

Soon after his arrival in the nation's capital, Blount's presence was felt as he directed a potent Bison offense to the 1987 MidEastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Championship. Following his time at Howard, he spent four more years as part of Jeffries' staff at South Carolina State University (MEAC) in Orangeburg, South Carolina before returning to his alma mater, WinstonSalem State University, as the head football coach in 1993. During his coaching career, Blount and his coaching staffs have been responsible for recruiting and coaching student-athletes that have earned a total of 106 all-conference selections. In addition, Blount has guided a pair of conference player-of-the-year recipients, one All-America selection and a two-time Academic AllAmerica honoree.

Not only has Blount helped to shape the futures of former student-athletes at WSSU, he has also helped to guide the careers of countless assistant coaches and coordinators. Blount has helped four of his former assistant coaches move on to successful head coaching careers at the collegiate level.

Bethune-Cookman

2-2

Bowie State

5-3

Carson-Newman

1-3

Catawba

0-4

Cincinnati

0-1

Coastal Carolina

0-2

Delaware

0-2

Delaware State

1-2

Elizabeth City State

7-3

Fayetteville State

8-5-1

Florida A&M

1-5

Fort Valley State

2-0

Grambling State

0-2

Hampton

3-4

Howard

3-5

Johnson C. Smith

12-1

Livingstone

9-3-1

Morgan State

3-3

North Carolina A&T

2-10

North Carolina Central

9-9

North Dakota State

0-0

Norfolk State

2-6-1

Savannah State

2-1

Shaw

1-0

South Carolina State

2-7

Southern Ill.-Carbondale

0-1

St. Augustine’s

4-0

Towson

0-0

Tuskegee

1-3

UC Davis

0-1

2-0 A 1980 graduate of Winston-Salem 5-6 State University, Blount enjoyed a fruit- Virginia State ful playing career as a Ram. As a four- Virginia Union 11-4 year starter at quarterback at WSSU, West Virginia Tech. 1-0 Blount guided the Rams to back-to-back Wofford 1-0 CIAA titles in 1977 and 1978 earning all TOTAL 100-100-3 (.493) -conference and All-America honors His priority on academics resulted in more than 20 percent of Bold indicates 2013 opponent along the way. The 1978 All-American Winston-Salem State University football scholarship studentsat atop the WSSU record books for athletes earning above a 3.0 GPA during the 2007-08 academic year and 22 football players have been named to the Mid-Eastern more than 25 years before his 3,330 Athletic Conference Commissioner's All-Academic team over the career passing yards were surpassed in 2004. span of the last two seasons. A native of Richmond, Va., Blount has a Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education from Winston-Salem State University. During Blount's tenure, the Rams' football team GPA was the Virginia Military Institute

highest since the data has been tracked by the WSSU Office of Kermit and wife Ava have two grown children, April and Bryan. Athletic-Academic Support and Blount and his coaching staff have graduated 79 percent of football student-athletes over the most recent five-year reporting period. Blount helped increase the Winston-Salem players' graduation rate from 42% in 1993 to 80% by 2009. Throughout Blount's career, a number of his players have risen to play professionally in the NFL, CFL and the Arena Football League, including William Hayes, a third round draft pick and starting defensive end for the NFL's Tennessee Titans.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL KERMIT BLOUNT’S YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1993 to 2009 at Winston-Salem State 1993 (6-4-1)

1997 (6-4)

2001 (8-3)

North Carolina A&T

27-7 L

Carson-Newman

27-16 W

Savannah State

27-24 W

at Tuskegee

30-23 L

at Elizabeth City

47-6 W

at Virginia Union

13-6 W

at Bowie State

17-14 W

North Carolina A&T

49-21 L

at Fayetteville State

18-16 L

at Virginia Union

24-22 L

at Howard

31-10 L

at Livingstone

41-7 L

at Fayetteville State

14-2 W

at Livingstone

35-20 W

North Carolina Central

30-29 L

at Livingstone

31-0 W

at Fayetteville State

20-17 W

Virginia State

21-12 W

North Carolina Central

14-0 W

Norfolk State

54-54 T

Johnson C. Smith

40-7 W

Virginia State

44-10 W

North Carolina Central

46-28 W

Elizabeth City

48-0 W

Johnson C. Smith

17-0 W

at Bowie State

24-13 L

at Bowie State

21-0 W

Elizabeth City State

45-6 W

Johnson C. Smith

23-6 W

Virginia Union*

31-24 L

at Virginia Union

35-27 W

1998 (5-5)

Virginia State

48-28 W

at Catawba

10-7 L

at North Carolina A&T

20-12 L

2002 (4-6)

Virginia Union

21-0 W

1994 (6-5)

CIAA Championship

at Carson-Newman

47-35 L

vs. S. Carolina State

48-27 L

Fayetteville State

17-14 W

Tuskegee

36-15 L

at North Carolina A&T

53-7 L

Livingstone

38-33 L

at Bowie State

24-12 W

at Johnson C. Smith

51-25 W

at North Carolina Central

43-8 W

Virginia Union

18-15 L

Livingstone

17-12 W

at Virginia State

41-22 L

Fayetteville State

30-26 L

Fayetteville State

39-28 L

at Johnson C. Smith

29-19 W

Livingstone

23-6 W

at Norfolk State

50-48 L

23-12 W

40-14 W

28-6 W 35-28

at North Carolina Central

Bowie State

at Elizabeth City vs. Grambling State

at Virginia State

12-7 L

at North Carolina Central

21-6 W

at Johnson C. Smith

49-0 W

Wofford

23-10 W

at Elizabeth City State

15-14 L

Virginia Union

56-14 W

vs. Virginia State

38-35 L

1995 (4-4-2)

1999 CIAA Champs (8-3) Catawba

17-14 L

North Carolina A&T

20-7 L

at Virginia Union

17-0 W

at Fayetteville State

44-0 W

vs. Livingstone

Ft. Valley State

33-6 W

North Carolina A&T

45-21 L

Elizabeth City

21-19 L

at Livingstone

17-17 T

at Fayetteville State

17-17 T

Johnson C. Smith

28-12 W

North Carolina Central

42-19 L

at Bowie State

20-7 L

at Virginia Union

43-0 W

Virginia State

20-14 W

North Carolina Central Virginia State Johnson C. Smith Elizabeth City State* vs. Grambling State vs. Tuskegee$

15-10 W

at North Carolina A&T

31-7 L

at Elizabeth City

14-11 L

at Southern Illinois

48-18 L

Fayetteville State

6-0 W

Livingstone

39-6 L

at North Carolina Central

28-0 L

at Virginia State

17-15 L

at Johnson C. Smith

14-6 L

Virginia Union

21-14 W

Norfolk State

13-7 W

17-14 W 25-6 W 21-6 W 25-23 L 23-7 W

$ Pioneer Bowl

at Hampton Virginia Union Fayetteville State

Carson-Newman

21-14 L

vs. Ft. Valley State

27-21 W

Virginia State

33-27 W

at West Virginia Tech.

35-33 W

at Virginia Union

29-17 L

at Fayetteville State

22-14 L

at Livingstone

42-23 W

North Carolina Central

47-0 W

Johnson C. Smith

38-0 W

St. Augustine’s

54-19 W

2004 (4-6)

2000 CIAA Champs (9-3) Bowie State

at Ft. Valley State

20-7 W

* CIAA Championship

at South Carolina State

1996 (4-7)

34-0 W

2003 (7-3)

39-28 W 40-6 W 40-6 L 34-19 W 28-14 W

Livingstone

28-7 W

at North Carolina Central

28-19 W

at Virginia State

20-13 L

at Johnson C. Smith

44-12 W

at Elizabeth City State

44-0 W

vs. Virginia Union*

31-28 W

vs. Tuskegee**

12-9 L

at Carson-Newman

48-32 L

Ft. Valley State

21-19 L

Tusculum

37-20 L

Virginia Union

20-13 W

at Bowie State

7-6 L

Fayetteville State

21-14 L

Livingstone

31-21 W

at North Carolina Central

35-33 L

at Johnson C. Smith at St. Augustine’s

31-20 W 31-13 W

* CIAA Championship ** Pioneer Bowl

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL KERMIT BLOUNT’S YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 2005 (6-4) Catawba College

20-10 L

at Howard

20-6 L

at South Carolina State

52-12 L

Elizabeth City State

24-23 W

at Virginia Union

31-0 W

at Fayetteville State

26-24 W

at Livingstone

42-14 W

North Carolina Central

20-17 L

Johnson C. Smith

28-9 W

Saint Augustine’s

35-33 W

2006 (4-7) at Catawba College

21-7 L

2009 (1-10)

at North Carolina A& T

41-14 W

North Carolina A&T

19-10 L

South Carolina State

35-6 L

Florida A&M

34-10 L

at Florida A&M

25-21 L

Morgan State*

16-10 L

Coastal Carolina

31-12 L

at South Carolina State

27-10 L

Howard

12-0 W

at Howard

7-3 L

at Bethune-Cookman

10-6 L

at UC Davis

45-14 L

at Savannah State

38-6 W

at Bethune-Cookman

16-10 W

at #17 Hampton

13-3 L

Hampton

16-13 L

Saint Augustine’s

26-6 W

Delaware State

24-21 L

at Norfolk State

31-14 L

North Carolina Central

18-10 L

at Norfolk State

28-21 L

2007 (6-5)

*Giants Stadium - E. Rutherford, N.J.

North Carolina A&T

28-7 W

at Coastal Carolina

28-21 L

at Delaware State (2011 –pres.)

at Morgan State

19-17 W

2011 (3-8; 1-7 MEAC)

at South Carolina State

20-7 L

at Howard

24-21 (ot) L

vs. Florida A&M

27-23 W

at Bethune-Cookman

14-9 W

Hampton

20-19 W

#13 Delaware State

23-20 L

North Carolina Central

35-10 W

Norfolk State

23-20 L

at VMI SHAW at Delaware at SC State at Florida A&M NORFOLK STATE at NCA&T MORGAN STATE NC CENTRAL at Hampton HOWARD

2008 (3-8) at North Carolina A&T

14-8 L

Savannah State

16-13 L

Morgan State

21-7 L

South Carolina State

43-17 L

Howard

34-10 W

at Florida A&M

23-0 L

Bethune-Cookman

27-6 L

at Hampton

35-30 W

at Delaware State

27-26 W

at North Carolina Central

23-16 L

Norfolk State

17-14 L

24-21 W 31-27 W 0-45 L 0-69 L 7-34 L 21-38 L 24-42 L 0-12, L 7-14, L 6-42, L 39-36,W

2012 (6-5; 5-3 MEAC) VMI

17-10, W

at Delaware

14-38, L

at Cincinnati

7-23, L

FLORIDA A&M*

22-24, L

at Norfolk State*

20-17, W

SC STATE*

31-17,W

NCA&T* at Morgan State* at NC Central*

24-0,W 28-23, W 20-23, L (OT)

HAMPTON

35.27, W

at Howard

34-41, L

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL HORNET ASSISTANT COACHES/STAFF

Nick Calcutta Asst. Head Coach/Offensive Line/Tight Ends Calcutta, the Assistant Head Coach, has served as the Hornets' offensive line/tight ends coach the past two seasons after rejoining the team in February 2010.

That season, senior quarterback Monte Purvis recorded the team's first 1000yard season since 2002.

Prior to returning to DSU, he served in a similar position at Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) rival Howard University.

Calcutta began his collegiate coaching career in 1983 as outside linebackers coach at Southern Illinois in Carbondale, Ill., for head coach Rey Dempsey. In Calcutta's first season at SIU, he helped lead the Salukis to the NCAA Division I-AA National Championship.

In 2012, Calcutta’s line helped pave the way to dramatic improvements in the DSU offense. Led by All-MEAC First Team tackle Nail Muradymov, the Hornets were tops in the MEAC in passing offense (257.1 ypg), time of possession (32:41) and fourth down conversions (66.7%); second in passing efficiency (129.8 rating) and third down conversions (40.5%); third in first downs (19.2 pg); fourth in total offense (356.8 ypg); and fifth in scoring (22.9 ppg).

Following the national championship season at SIU, Calcutta served as offensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator at St. Joseph's College Rensselaer, Ind., and outside linebackers coach at Memphis State.

The offensive line allowed enough time for the Hornets to pass for 200-ormore yards in eight games, including the last seven, in 2012. Also in 2012, DSU more than doubled its rushing output from the previous season. After failing to produce a 100-yard rusher in a game in 2011, the Hornets had four 100-yard performances last season. The offensive line also played a key role in helping the Hornets rank second in the MEAC in fewest penalties (68) and penalty yards (51.4 pg). During his first stint at Delaware State, Calcutta served as defensive line/special teams coordinator under former head coach Bill Collick in 1996. While at Howard in 2009, Calcutta's offensive line earned credit for allowing just 15 quarterback sacks in 11 games, secondbest in the MEAC. The Bison allowed just one sack for every 23.5 pass attempts, also second in the league.

Before joining the WSSU staff in June 2007, Calcutta served as offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator at Howard University.

Following his stints at St. Joseph's and Memphis State, he joined legendary head coach Willie Jeffries at Howard for three seasons (1986-88) as offensive line coach and director of football operations. From there, he served four years with coach Jeffries as offensive line coach and tight ends coach at South Carolina State University (1989-92). After serving two years as offensive coordinator at the University at Buffalo (1993-94), Calcutta moved on to Tennessee State University as its offensive line/tight ends coach in 1995. He also had a three-year stint as assistant head coach/offensive line coach at Austin Peay State University, and was offensive coordinator at Clarion University of Pennsylvania (from 2002-05). During two-year tenure at Savannah State, Calcutta was offensive line/tight ends coach, pro liaison, and director of football operations for head coach Bill Davis. After graduating from North Schuylkill (Pa.) High School, Calcutta attended Mansfield University. From there, he went to Millersville University where he earned a bachelor's in secondary education in 1982. Calcutta is married to the former Judy Crews of Carbondale, Ill. The couple has a eight year old daughter, Nicole.

Calcutta was offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Winston-Salem State during the 2007 and '08 seasons. Under his guidance, the Rams improved their offensive output by more than 50 points in 2007. WSSU increased its scoring average from 16.9 points per game in 2006 to more than 21 points in 2007. Under Calcutta's direction in 2007, the Rams scored 20 or more points in eight of their 11 games en route to the first winning season in the team's Division I history.

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Arrington Jones Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Jones is in his third season with the Hornets and 25th year as a collegiate coach. In 2012, he directed DSU to recordsetting passing and receiving numbers. Last season, Delaware State senior quarterback Nike Elko was selected as the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Offensive Player-of-the-Year, the first Hornet to receive the award since QB Rahsaan Matthews in 2000. In 2012, Elko was tops in the MEAC in passing average at 257.1 ypg. He completed 259 passes (in 412 attempts) for 2,828 yards, each a school record. In addition, Elko set a team record by completing 17 straight passes in the Hornets’ 28-23 win at Morgan State on Oct. 25, 2012. In two seasons under the direction of Jones, Elko, the Hornets’ No. 2 all-time passer, completed 465-of- 774 passes (60.1%) for 4,888 yards and 30 touchdowns. As a team, the 2012 Hornets were first in the MEAC in passing offense (257.1 ypg), time of possession (32:41) and fourth down conversions (66.7%); second in passing efficiency (129.8 rating) and third down conversions (40.5%); third in first downs (19.2 pg); fourth in total offense (356.8 ypg); and fifth in scoring (22.9 ppg).

Prior to joining the Hornets, Jones was head coach/offensive coordinator at Division II Virginia Union University from 2003 to '07. His tenure with the Panthers was highlighted by the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Eastern Division title and Pioneer Bowl (CIAA Championship Game) appearance in 2007. Jones was honored as the CIAA Coach-of-the-Year that season. Virginia Union's 2007 quarterback Lamar Little was named CIAA Offensive Player-of-the-Year after passing for 2,340 yards and accounting for 37 touchdowns (28 passing; 9 rushing). The '07 Panthers were ranked as high as No. 20 among all NCAA Division II teams and No. 6 in the Southeast Region. From 2001 to '03, Jones served as offensive coordinator/recruiting coordinator under (current DSU head coach) Kermit Blount at Winston-Salem State University. The Rams appeared in the CIAA Championship Game in 2001. Prior to his time at Winston-Salem State, Jones spent 15 seasons at Virginia State University. He was assistant head coach/offensive coordinator from 1990 to 2000 after serving as the Trojans' special teams coordinator from 1986 to '90. His tenure at VSU was highlighted by a CIAA championship in 1995. Before entering the coaching ranks, Jones spent four years in professional football. After being selected by the San Francisco 49ers in the fifth round of the 1981 NFL draft, he spent part of the '81 season with the team. Jones was a member of the United States Football League's Washington Federals from 1983 to '86. The Richmond, Va., native holds a bachelor's in Physical Education and a master's in Educational Administration and Supervision from Virginia State University.

Also in 2012, Delaware State senior receiver Travis Tarpley was tops in the MEAC in receptions (7.8 pg) and receiving yards (96.2 pg), while fellow senior Justin Wilson was third in the league in receptions (6.6 pg) and receiving yards (73.3 pg). Tarpley set new Hornet records with 83 receptions for 1,058 yards in 2012. Offensive tackle Nail Muradymov joined Elko, Tarpley and Wilson on the 2012 All-MEAC First Team. In his first season at Delaware State in 2011, Jones guided Elko to a No. 2 ranking in the MEAC in passing average (206.0 ypg) and completions (207). Elko was also No. 6 in the MEAC in total offense (193.5 ypg). In addition, he set a DSU single-season record for pass completions and recorded the fifth-best singleseason passing yardage total in team history (2,064).

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

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Mike Ketchum Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs Ketchum is in his third season on the DSU staff. In 2012, the Hornets were third in the MEAC in scoring defense (22.1 ppg), tied for second in interceptions (15) and tops in interception return yards (420). Free safety Davon Moore and linebacker Ernest Adjei were named to the 2012 All-MEAC First Team while lineman Rodney Gunter and defensive back Terrick Colston were second team selections. Moore was third in the MEAC in tackles at 8.8 per game (98 total) last season. He was also tied for third in the league with four interceptions and No. 1 in interception return yards (175) last season. In addition, Moore was tied for fourth in the MEAC in forced fumbles (0.27 pg) and tied for eighth in passes defended (0.91 pg). Colston was fifth in the league in tackles at 8.6 per game last season. He was a 2012 Jerry Rice Award candidate for top freshman among Football Championship Subdivision players. Adjei ranked seventh in the league in tackles per-game (8.3 pg; 93 total) and tackles-for-loss (1.05 pg; 11.5 total) in 2012. Gunter was tied for seventh in the MEAC in sacks per game (0.50) last season (5.5 total sacks). In Ketchum’s first season at Delaware State, senior linebackers Quentin Ferguson and Brandon Harvey were 1-2 on the team in tackles, with 106 and 88, respectively. Ferguson was seventh in the MEAC in tackles (9.5 pg), while Harvey was ninth (8.7). Ketchum joined the Delaware State staff in March 2011 after six seasons as an assistant coach at Winston-Salem State University, including five as the Rams' defensive coordinator. Ketchum was responsible for turning around a Winston-Salem State Ram defense that ranked near the bottom of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (CIAA) in five statistical categories in the final year before his arrival.

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During his first year as the Rams' defensive coordinator in 2005 WinstonSalem improved to fifth in the CIAA in pass defense from last the previous season. In 2006 the changes continued as Ketchum signed a stellar recruiting class and saw immediate success in his decision to switch from a traditional 4-3 defense to a 3-5 formation. The 2007 season was witness to a defense that recorded 418 total tackles, generated 21 opponent turnovers, an average of nearly two forced turnovers per game, and surrendered only 203 points on the season. Ketchum's defense held opponents to 10 points or less three times in 2007 and never surrendered 30 points in any of the Rams' 11 games en route to helping WSSU record the first winning season in the program's Division I history. Ketchum was instrumental in the development of Winston-Salem lineman William Hayes, now a member of the NFL's Tennessee Titans. Hayes was selected in the fourth round, 103rd overall, by the Titans in the 2008 NFL draft. In 2009, Ketchum's defense yielded only 22.2 points per game and gave up only 183 first downs en route to recording 67 tackles for loss, 18 sacks and 22 takeaways. Under his tutelage the young WSSU defense saw nine players record 40 or more tackles with sophomore defensive lineman Akeem Ward earning 70 total tackles. Ketchum, a 1978 graduate of Guilford College in Greensboro, N.C., turned in a 53-85 record in 14 seasons as head coach at his alma mater. He ranks second in Guilford history in wins and was the ODAC Coach of the Year in 1991 and 1997 when the Quakers won league titles. In 1994 Ketchum led Guilford College to an 8-2 record, a mark which helped the teams crack into the NCAA Division III South Region rankings for the first time in the program's history. Ketchum got his start in football as a standout defensive lineman at Guilford. During his collegiate playing career, Ketchum was named the team's Defensive MVP during his senior season (1978). Following his playing career, Ketchum moved on to his first collegiate coaching job as a graduate assistant at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Fla. While at UF Ketchum completed coursework to earn a M.A. in Education Administration in 1984 while serving two seasons on the nationally-ranked Gators' football coaching staff. He also served a year as an Assistant Director of Athletics at Guilford. Ketchum, 56, is married to the former Belinda Rowan. The couple has two children, son Matt (25), and daughter Lilly (21).

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL HORNET ASSISTANT COACHES/STAFF

Curtis Thomas Wide Receivers The former Delaware State University star receiver is in his 14th season on the coaching staff, the longest among current members. In 2012, Delaware State receivers Travis Tarpley and Justin Wilson were named to the All-MEAC First Team, the first time two receivers from the same team were selected in league history. During Thomas’ DSU coaching career, the Hornets have produced five AllAmericans (FCS, Black College) seven All-MEAC First Team selections and five All-MEAC Second Team picks. In addition, he has coached the Hornets’ top three all-time reception leaders (Shaheer McBride, Justin Wilson, Travis Tarpley) and top three singleseason reception leaders (Tarpley, Wilson, Thomas Bolden). Thomas has also coached three of DSU top five single-season receiving yardage leaders; and five of the Hornets’ top eight all-time career yardage leaders. Last season, Tarpley set new team records with 86 catches for 1,058 yards. He was tops in the MEAC in receptions (7.8 pg) and receiving yards (96.2 pg); while Wilson was third in receptions (6.0 pg) and receiving yards (73.3 pg) during the 2013 season. Tarpley was also named to the 2012 Sheridan Broadcast Network Black College All-America Team. During the 2011 season, Hornet junior receiver Travis Tarpley set a team record with 66 catches. Tarpley was second in the MEAC in receiving yards (66.8 pg) and tied for second in receptions (6.0 pg) last season. He also set a Hornet single-game record with 13 catches vs. Howard. In 2010, Justin Wilson made history by becoming the first player in Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference history to lead the league in receptions (5.4 pg), receiving yards (85.2 pg) and touchdown catches (11). Wilson set a team record with 59 receptions and his 937 receiving yards ranked second-best for a season in team history during the 2010 season. Also during the 2010 season, Thomas' work with special teams was highlighted by the play of Larrone Moore, who earned All-America and All-MEAC recognition as a kickoff returner after leading all Football Championship Subdivision players with a 34.8 yard average. He returned two kickoffs for touchdowns.

In 2009, DSU featured four receivers with 20 or more catches. Thomas also directed the Hornet kick returners in 2009. Delaware State was tops in the MEAC, and 13th in the nation, with a 23.5 yard kickoff return average last season. The Hornets had six wide receivers with double-figures in catches during the 2008 season. From 2004-07, Thomas helped Shaheer McBride (2004-07) develop into one of the Hornets' all-time great receiver. McBride, formerly with the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles, is Delaware State's all-time leader in receptions and receiving yards, and tied for the career high in touchdown catches. McBride was a twotime All-MEAC First Team selection and was the league's Rookie-of-the-Year as a freshman. Thomas played a key role in the success of wide receiver Thomas Bolden, who set a school-record with 57 catches in 2004. Former NFL standout Darnerian McCants benefitted from Thomas' tutelage while at Delaware State. In 2000, McCants set DSU and MEAC records with 18 touchdown catches, tops among all Division I-AA players that year. McCants was selected to three All-America teams, and was a fifth round draft of the NFL's Washington Redskins. He also competed for the Philadelphia Eagles. Thomas was wide receivers coach when Albert Horsey set Delaware State records for career receptions and receiving yards in 2000. Thomas was in charge of Delaware State's kickoff return team when returner DaShaun Morris was selected to two All-America teams (SportsNetwork, Associated Press) in 2002. As a DSU receiver in 1994, Thomas had 44 catches to tie for third on the Hornets' all-time list for receptions in a season. His 823 receiving yards that season ranked fifth in school history, while his eight touchdown receptions in '94 tied for fifth in the team record book at the time. Thomas was also a member of Delaware State's 1991 MEAC championship team; and earned All-MEAC Second Team honors in 1994. Following his Delaware State playing career, Thomas signed a free agent contract with the National Football League's New York Giants. He competed in three preseason games in 1992. Thomas was also drafted by the World Football League London Monarchs in 1996 and had short stints with the Baltimore Stallions and Birmingham Barracudas of the Canadian Football League. Thomas earned a bachelor's and master's from Delaware State University. He has a son, Ian, age 11.

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

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Jeff Braxton Defensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator Braxton is in the third year of his most recent stint with the Hornets. In addition to his duties as defensive line coach, he directs the team's recruiting operations. He previously served as the Hornets’ offensive line coach during the 2006 and '07 seasons, and offensive coordinator from 2000 to 2003. In addition, he was a Delaware State assistant in 1995 (offensive line) and ’96 (linebackers). In 2012, Delaware State sophomore defensive end Rodney Gunter was named to the All-MEAC Second Team after tying for seventh in the league with 5.5 sacks (0.50 pg). As a team, the Hornets recorded three more sacks in 2012 than the previous season. Braxton returned to Delaware State in March 2011 after serving as head coach at Cheyney University from 2008 to 2010. He was offensive coordinator at Tennessee State University during the 2005 season. In 2004, he was an assistant at Towson (Md.) University. During the 2006 season in which Braxton was Delaware State's offensive line coach, his troops helped pave the way for Emmanuel Marc to rush for 1,230 yards, the fourth best single-season mark in team history. With Braxton as offensive coordinator, Delaware State had a school-record 32 touchdown passes in 2000.

After leaving Delaware State following the 1996 season, Braxton served as an assistant coach at Hofstra University. He helped lead the Flying Dutchmen to the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs in 1997. In 1998, he was an assistant at Towson University, and the following year was on the staff at Fordham (NY) University. Prior to his first stint at Delaware State, Braxton was offensive line coach at Morehouse College (GA) during the 1994 season. From 1993 to ’94, he was linebacker coach at cross-town Wesley College (Del.). He was on the Wesley staff that guided the team to the 1993 Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Southeast championship. Braxton’s coaching career also includes a stop at Bowie (Md.) State. The Washington, D.C., native lettered as an offensive lineman at Salisbury State College. He was a member of the 1986 Sea Gull team that won 13 straight games before losing to Augustana (IL) in the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl, the NCAA Division III championship game. The ’86 Salisbury State team shares the ECAC record for most wins in a season. Braxton earned a B.A. in Communications Arts from Salisbury State, and a M.A. in Education in 2004. He is a member of the American Football Coaches Association, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. He is married to the former Teresa Hudson. They have four children, Jihad, Tiarra, Terrence and Tania.

That season, the Hornets averaged 222.9 yards per game passing and 168.5 rushing. In addition, the 2000 Hornets featured a 2000-yard passer (2,386 by Rahsaan Matthews) and a 1000-yard rusher (1,186 by Grayland King) for the first time in school history. Matthews was selected as the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Offensive Player-of-the-Year that season. Tight end Darnerian McCants (former NFL standout) set DSU and MEAC records with 18 touchdown catches during the 2000 season. McCants was a Division I-AA All-America and All-MEAC First Team selection that year. The 2000 Hornets also exceeded 40 points in five games, tying a school record. Braxton’s 2001 Delaware State offense was second in the MEAC in rushing at 211.5 yards per game. Maurice Foster was tops in the MEAC with 1,127 rushing yards that year. The 2001 Hornets also scored 30 or more points in five games.

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MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL HORNET ASSISTANT COACHES/STAFF

Tory Woodbury Running Backs The former Winston-Salem State University and National Football League standout is in his third with the Hornets. He joined the Delaware State staff in March 2011.

That season, he was selected as Black College Player-of-the-Year, All-CIAA First Team, Pioneer Bowl MVP and team MVP. In addition, he fell four passes short of the NCAA Div. II record for pass completions in a season. Woodbury did not throw an interception during the ‘99 season.

In 2012, the Hornets more than doubled their rushing yardage from the previous season. DSU also rushed for 100-or-more yards in five games last season after topping the century mark in just two contests in 2011. In addition, DSU recorded 13 rushing touchdowns in 2012, up from six the previous year.

While a senior in 2000, he guided the Rams (10-3 overall) to their second straight CIAA championship and Pioneer Bowl appearance. Woodbury was named MVP of the Pioneer Bowl for the second straight year and was an All-CIAA First Team selection in 2000.

Three Delaware State players rushed for at least 100 yards in a game last season. Sophomore Malcolm Williams ran for a team-high 437 yards despite missing two games in 2012. His total included a career-high 120 yards vs. FBS Cincinnati, highlighted by a 60-yard touchdown. Dae-Hon Cheung rushed for 410 yards (5.0 ypc) and three touchdowns as a true freshman last season. Cheung rushed for a team season-high 140 yards and two touchdowns was Florida A&M in his first career start. Nagee Jackson had 238 yards rushing and a team-high seven touchdowns on the ground last season. He also had a 100-yard game (106 vs. So. Carolina State) as a true freshman in 2012. A four-year letter winner at WinstonSalem under current DSU head coach Kermit Blount, Woodbury is the Rams’ all-time leading passer with 4,493 yards. He’s also second on the school’s career list for total offense (5,527 yards) and pass attempts (648) and tied for second in touchdown passes (38).

He was an All-CIAA Second Team pick and team MVP after helping lead WSSU to a 7-3 record as a sophomore in 1998. Woodbury was inducted into the Winston-Salem State University Athletic Hall of Fame in 2008. The New York Jets selected Woodbury in the seventh round of the 2001 National Football League draft. In three seasons with the Jets, he was a back-up to QBs Chad Pennington and Vinny Testaverde and a standout special teams performer. He also competed as a wide receiver for the Jets. Woodbury’s professional football career also includes stints with the NFL’s New Orleans Saints and Buffalo Bills, Canadian League’s Ottawa Renegades, Cologne Centurions (NFL Europe) and the Arena League’s New Orleans Voodoo. He has also served as a successful coach at Providence High School and Garinger High School in North Carolina. Woodbury earned a bachelor’s in sports management from WinstonSalem State University in 2000.

In addition, he holds school singleseason marks for passing yards (1,823) and total offense (2,177 yards). As a junior in 1999, Woodbury led Winston-Salem (9-3 overall) to its first Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) championship since 1990 and a 27-14 victory over Tuskegee in the annual Pioneer Bowl (CIAA vs. SIAC champions).

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

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Lonnie Teasley Linebackers The Willingboro, N.J., native is in his first season as a full-time assistant coach after serving the past two years as a graduate assistant working primarily with the tight ends and in recruiting. Teasley was a standout offensive lineman at Winston-Salem University (N.C.) under DSU head coach Kermit Blount. Teasley was a member of WSSU's 2007 squad that posted an overall record of 6-5, the team's first winning mark since joining the NCAA Division I ranks two years earlier. He earned a bachelor's in Business from Winston-Salem State in 2008; and is currently pursuing a master's in Sports Administration from DSU. Prior to enrolling at Winston-Salem State, Teasley was a New Jersey All-State lineman at Willingboro High School. He has also served as a high teacher and football coach in the state of Georgia.

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MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

2012 SEASON IN REVIEW

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL GAME 1 DELAWARE STATE 17 VMI 10 Alumni Stadium – Dover, Del. Sep. 1, 2012 DSU 1-0; VMI 0-1

Score by quarters VMI (0-1) DSU (1-0)

1 2 0 0 0 10

3 7 0

4 3 7

T______ 10 17

Scoring Summary 2nd Qtr. DSU 06:01 Ward 30 FG 4-3, 1:13

DSU 3 VMI 0

DSU

00:42

Tarpley 30 pass from Elko (Ward kick) 8-80; 1:44 DSU 10 VMI 0

3rd Qtr. VMI

02:24

Turner 1 run (Sexton kick) 9-46: 4:43 DSU 10 VMI 7

4th Qtr. VMI

02:35

Sexton 22 FG 17-75; 7:31

DSU

Nick Elko ran four yards for his first career rushing touchdown with 45 seconds left to lift Delaware State to a 17-10 season opening win over VMI at Alumni Stadium. The touchdown capped off a nine-play, 55-yard drive that consumed a minute-45 seconds. VMI drove to the Delaware State 38yard line on the game’s final possession, but Erik Kordenbrock’s desperation pass was intercepted by DSU’s Ronald Robinson in the endzone as time expired. Delaware State led 10-0 at halftime, but VMI scored a touchdown in the third quarter and added a field goal with 2:35 left in the fourth quarter to tie the game. After VMI tied the game, DSU’s Malcolm Williams returned the ensuing kickoff 38 yards to the Hornet 45-yard line to jumpstart the game-winning touchdown drive. The Hornets faced a fourth-and-one at the VMI 46 when Williams rushed two yards to sustain the drive. On the next play, Elko completed a five-yard pass to Justin Wilson to the VMI 39. A VMI personal foul on the play gave the Hornets a first down at the Keydets’ 26. Two plays later, Elko and Travis Tarpley connected on a 14-yard pass to the VMI 12. Delaware State faced a secondand-goal at the four when Elko faked a hand-off then scampered around the right end to the endzone to give put the Hornets ahead 16-10. Mitchell Ward tacked on the extra point to give DSU a seven-point lead.

DELAWARE STATE

00:45

DSU 10 VMI 10

Elko 4 run (Ward kick) 9-55; 1:40 DSU 17 VMI 10

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds. Punt Returns- yds. Kickoff returns – yds. Int. returns- yds. Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances

DSU 15 22-83 156 18-33-0 55-239 1-8 1-0 3-80 1-0 5-43.4 3-3 6-39 23:59 2 of 12 1 of 1 2 of 2

VMI__ 20 36-158 225 22-38-1 74-383 0-0 2-31 4-59 0-0 8-40.6 1-1 10-84 36:01 8 of 18 2 of 2 2 of 4

Rushing Ma. Williams Jackson

No. 13 2

Yds. 72 14

Passing Elko

A-C-I 33-18-0

VMI TD 0 0

Yds. 156

LG 32 11

AVG 5.5 7.0

No. 23 6

A-C-I 38-22-1

TD 1

LG 26

Passing Kordenbrock Receiving Turner, D. Rogers

Receiving Wilson Tarpley Ceravolo

No. 7 3 3

Yds. 62 43 24

TD 0 1 0

LG 17 26 10

Punting Kano

No. 8

Avg. 40.6

LG 62

I20 1

Punt Returns Tarpley

No. 1

Yds. 0

TD 0

LG 0

Kickoff Returns Ma. Williams

No. 2

Yds. 58

TD 0

LG 38

Tackles T. Colston Moore Hinton N. Williams

TT 12 12 7 6

TL-Yds. SK FF 0.5-1 0.5-0

UA-A 7-5 4-8 5-2 4-2

Rushing Turner, D Turner, I

Yds. 101 33

No. 7 4

TD 1 0

Yds. 225 Yds. 83 52

LG 17 9 TD 0

TD 0 0

LG 21 27

AVG 4.4 5.5 LG 27

Punting Eberhardt

No. 5

Avg. 43.4

LG 54

I20 2

Punt Returns Fruehan

No. 2

Yds. 31

TD 0

LG 25

Kickoff Returns Fruehan

No. 3

Yds. 59

TD 0

LG 26

Tackles Fruehan Harper

UA-A 7-1 5-2

TT 8 7

TL-Yds. SK 0.5/2 0.5/2

QB Nick Elko (left) scores game-winning touchdown in Hornets’ 17-10 win over VMI

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL GAME 2 DELAWARE 38 DELAWARE STATE 14 Delaware Stadium – Newark, Del. Sep. 8, 2012 UD 2-0; DSU 1-1

Score by quarters 1 2 0 7 7 21

DSU (1-1) UD (2-0) Scoring Summary 1st Qtr. UD 03:39 2nd Qtr. UD

3 7 3

4 0 7

T______ 14 38

Tunstall 91 INT return (Baner kick) UD 7 DSU 0

12:17 Johnson 14 pass from Hurley (Baner kick) 9-70; 4:01 UD 14 DSU 0

UD

07:51 Hurley 1 run (Baner kick) 8-43; 2:56 UD 21 DSU 0

DSU

03:02 Wilson 18 pass from Elko (Ward kick) 9-66; 4:41 UD 21 DSU 7

UD

00:17 Harrison 6 pass from Donnelly (Baner kick) 11-69; 2:40 UD 28 DSU 7

3rd Qtr. UD DSU

11:48 Baner 20 FG 7-37; 3:00

03:00 Harrison 18 pass from Hurley (Baner kick) 6-47; 3:05 UD 38 DSU 14

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds. Punt Returns- yds. Kickoff returns – yds. Int. returns- yds. Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

DSU 22 28-55 298 50-35-2 78-353 0-0 0-0 5-115 0-0 4-40.2 1-0 9-81 35:59 7 of 17 1 of 2 2 of 5 1-7

DELAWARE STATE

UD 31 DSU 7

05:04 Jackson 1 run (Ward kick) 13-61; 6:39 UD 31 DSU 14

4th Qtr. UD

Delaware State outgained host Delaware by 71 yards and won the time of possession battle by nearly 11 minutes, but was undone by key mistakes in a 38-14 loss to the #15 Hens in the First State Rivalry at Tubby Raymond Field. The Hornets were plagued by two interceptions-one returned for a touchdown-a blocked field goal attempt and several costly penalties. Delaware State racked up 353 total yards in the contest, its best showing in four meetings against the Hens. The Hornets had 298 yards passing, but were held to 55 yards on the ground. Delaware recorded 282 total yards. The Hens posted 155 yards passing and 127 rushing. Delaware State appeared headed for a score on the opening drive of the game, but was denied due to a special teams mistake. The Hornets drove 63 yards on 12 plays to the UD 12-yard line, but Mitchell Ward’s 29-yard field goal attempt was blocked by Delaware’s Marcus Burley. After Delaware went three-and-out on its first possession, the Hornets embarked on another long drive into Blue Hen territory. DSU marched 54 yards on 11 plays to the Delaware 26 when another miscue resulted in the game’s first score. Nick Elko’s third down pass to Justin Wilson was tipped into the hands of Delaware’s Ricky Tunstall, who avoided several would-be tacklers on a 91-yard return for a touchdown on the interception with 3:39 left in the first quarter. The Hornets outgained the Hens 135to-37 and held a 12:19-to-2:41 time-of-possession advantage in the opening quarter. Delaware opened up a 140 lead on a touchdown early in the second quarter. Hurley scored on a one-yard plunge to give Delaware a three -touchdown lead. Baner’s extra point kick put the Hens up 21-0 with 7:52 left in the second quarter. DSU took advantage of a rare Delaware mistake to score its first touchdown in more than five quarters against the Hens. Five plays after a roughing the punter call against Delaware kept a DSU drive going, Elko hit Justin Wilson for an 18-yard touchdown to cap off a nine-play, 66-yard scoring march. Ward’s extra point cut Delaware’s lead to 21-7 with 3:02 left in the second quarter. Freshman running back Nagee Jackson scored DSU’s second touchdown on a one-yard plunge on fourth down for his first career score. Ward’s extra point kick pulled the Hornets to within 31-14 with 5:04 left in the third quarter.

UD 18 35-127 155 23-13-0 58-282 0-0 2-9 2-70 2-100 4-48.0 0-0 6-55 24:01 7 of 13 1 of 1 5 of 5 2-12

Rushing Ma. Williams Cheung Jackson

No. 16 4 4

Yds. 44 14 11

Passing Elko

A-C-I 50-35-2

TD 0 0 1

Yds. 298

LG 8 6 7

DELAWARE AVG 2.8 3.5 2.8

TD 1

LG 25

Receiving Wilson Tarpley Ma. Williams Brewton

No. 9 7 6 5

Yds. 93 63 21 58

TD 1 0 0 0

LG 23 25 6 20

Punting Kano

No. 4

Avg. 40.2

LG 51

I20 1

Punt Returns None

No.

Yds.

TD

LG

Kickoff Returns Tarpley Ma. Williams

No. 3 2

Yds. 90 25

TD 0 0

LG 34 14

Tackles T. Colston Moore Adjei Ayanbiola

UA-A 5-2 4-3 4-1 4-1

TT 7 7 5 5

TL-Yds. SK FF

0.5-4

Rushing Pierce Hurley Passing Hurley

No. 22 6

Yds. 95 13

A-C-I 21-12-0

Receiving Boyle Harrison Jones Johnson

TD 1 0

Yds. 149

No. 4 3 2 2

Yds. 45 32 32 25

LG 15 8 TD 2

TD 0 2 0 1

LG 27 18 25 14

AVG 4.3 2.2 LG 27

Punting Zaragoza

No. 4

Avg. 48.0

LG 54

I20 1

Punt Returns Jones Tunstall

No. 1 1

Yds. 1 8

TD 0 0

LG 1 8

Kickoff Returns Hawkins Johnson

No. 1 1

Yds. 18 52

TD 0 0

LG 18 52

Tackles Worrilow Jackson

UA-A 8-10 3-5

TT 18 8

TL-Yds. SK 0.5/1

0.5-4

(Left) Linebacker Ernest Adjei had four solo tackles and an assist at Delaware

MEAC CHAMPS — 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL GAME 3 CINCINNATI 21 DELAWARE STATE 7 Nippert Stadium – Cincinnati, OH Sep. 15, 2012 CIN 2-0; DSU 1-2 Score by quarters DSU (1-2) UC (2-0)

1 0 13

2 0 7

3 0 0

4 7 3

T______ 7 23

Scoring Summary 1st Qtr. UC 08:17 Poteat 1 run (kick failed)) UC 6 DSU 0 UC

00:00 McClung 8 pass from Legaux (Miliano kick) 4-46; 1:21 UC 13 DSU 0

Delaware State forced six turnovers and trailed by just 13 points early in the fourth quarter, but came up short in a 23-7 loss to major college Cincinnati, the defending Big East Conference champs, at Nippert Field. Delaware State trailed 20-7 after Malcolm Williams put the Hornets on the scoreboard fwith a 60-yard touchdown run with 11:41 left to play. After the DSU touchdown, Cincinnati failed to score on its next possession; but Bearcat punter Pat O'Donnell gave the Hornets poor field position with a 32-yard kick to the Delaware State four-yard line. Each team lost a fumble in the fourth quarter. Delaware State's turnover resulted in an 18-yard field goal by Cincy's Tony Miliano to close out the scoring with 54 seconds left to play. Cincinnati, running a no-huddle, hurry-up offense, opened the scoring with a 10-play, 65-yard touchdown drive in the first quarter. Jameel Poteat capped off the 3-minute-35 second drive with a one-yard scoring run to give the Bearcats a 6-0 lead with 3:35 left in the first quarter. Miliano missed the extra point kick following the touchdown. The Bearcats scored on the final play of the first quarter on an 8-yard pass from Munchie Legaux to wide receiver Anthony McClung to cap off a four-play, 46-yard drive. Miliano added the extra point to give the Bearcats a 13-0 lead. Cincy appeared headed for a three-touchdown lead, but Delaware State's defense forced a turnover in the nick of time. McClung was one yard away from the endzone on a 36-yard pass from Legaux, but the ball was knocked loose on a hit by Hornet cornerback Jermond Colston. The ball rolled out of the endzone for a touchdown, giving DSU the ball at the Cincinnati 20. The Hornets drove to the Bearcat 45 following the turnover, but the drive ended when Arryn Chenault intercepted a Nick Elko pass at the Cincinnati 30. The Bearcats opened up a 20-0 lead on a touchdown with 3:03 left in the second quarter. The 12-play, 70-yard scoring drive was capped off by an 11-yard TD pass from Legaux to Damon Julian. Elko completed 18 of 36 passes for 151 yards. Hornet linebacker Ernest Adjei had a game-high 13 tackles. Defensive backs Cameren Judge and Davon Moore had interceptions for the Hornets. DSU also recovered four Cincinnati fumbles in the contest. Legaux completed 20 of 27 passes for 208 yards, but was intercepted twice. He was held to 25 yards rushing by the Hornets after running for more than 100 yards in the Bearcat's 34-10 win over Pittsburgh in their season opener.

2nd Qtr. UD 03:03 Julian 11 pass from Legaux (Miliano kick) 12-70; 4:50 UC 20 DSU 0 4th Qtr. DSU 11:41 Mal. Williams 60 run (Ward kick) 4-80; 1:32 UC 20 DSU 7 UC

00:54 Miliano 18 FG 8-43; 4:47

UC 23 DSU 7

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds. Punt Returns- yds. Kickoff returns – yds. Int. returns- yds. Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

DSU 13 26-110 151 36-18-1 62-261 0-0 0-0 1-18 2-19 8-39.8 2-1 9-66 27:47 3 of 14 1 of 2 0 of 0 2-16

UC 26 49-259 208 27-20-2 76-467 0-0 5-82 2-70 1-0 2-38.0 4-4 3-40 32:13 5 of 11 1 of 1 4 of 6 2-13

DELAWARE STATE Rushing Ma. Williams Cheung

No. 20 2

Yds. 120 8

Passing Elko

A-C-I 36-18-2

TD 1 0

Yds. 151

LG 60 4

CINCINNATI AVG 6.0 4.0 LG 24

Passing Legaux Receiving Julian McClung Abernathy Washington

No. 9 4 2 2 1

Yds. 75 33 25 11 7

TD 0 0 0 0 0

LG 24 11 14 7 7

Punting Kano

No. 8

Avg. 39.8

LG 56

I20 2

Punt Returns None

No.

Yds.

TD

LG

Kickoff Returns Tarpley

No. 1

Yds. 18

TD 0

LG 18

UA-A 7-6 6-3 4-4

TT 13 9 8

Rushing Winn Abernathy

TD 0

Receiving Tarpley Bailey Wilson Ma. Williams Brewton

Tackles Adjei Moore Ayanbiola

CINCINNATI

TL-Yds. SK FF 1.5-10 0.5-4 0.5-4 1.5-7 1.5-7

No. 24 7

Yds. 147 52

A-C-I 27-20-2

TD 0 0

Yds. 208

No. 4 3 3 3

Yds. 62 54 23 23

LG 31 23 TD 2

TD 1 1 0 0

LG 33 36 16 16

AVG 6.1 7.4 LG 36

Punting O’Donnell

No. 2

Avg. 38.0

LG 44

I20 1

Punt Returns A McClung

No. 4 1

Yds. 76 8

TD 0 0

LG 29 8

Kickoff Returns Abernathy

No. 2

Yds. 70

TD 0

LG 47

Tackles Blair Bomar Chenault

UA-A 5-2 4-2 5-0

TT 7 6 5

TL-Yds. SK 1.0/1 0.5/1 1.0/1

Malcolm Williams (left) rushed for 120 yards, including a 60-yard touchdown vs. Cincinnati

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL GAME 4 FLORIDA A&M 24 DELAWARE ST. 22 Alumni Stadium – Dover, Del. SEP. 22, 2012 FAMU (2-2; 2-0 MEAC)/DSU (1-3; 0-1 MEAC)

Score by quarters FAMU (2-2; 2-0) DSU (1-3; 0-1)

1 7 7

2 7 3

3 7 6

4 3 6

T______ 24 22

Team Statistics 1st Qtr. DSU FAMU 2nd Qtr. DSU FAMU 3rd Qtr. FAMU DSU 4th Qtr. FAMU DSU

11:32 Cheung 10 run (Ward kick) 6-66; 3:28 DSU 7 FAMU 0 09:06 Owens 8 pass from Fleming (Varnadore kick) 5-68; 2:20 DSU 0 FAMU 7

Florida A&M quarterback Damien Fleming completed 30-of-37 passes for a career-high 399 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Rattlers to a 24-22 win over Delaware State in the Hornets' MEAC opener at Alumni Stadium. The Hornets pulled to within 24-22 on a five-yard touchdown run by freshman Nagee Jackson with 6:39 left to play. The Hornets attempted a two-point conversion following the touchdown, but Florida A&M's Brandon Denmark foiled the attempt when he tackled DSU tight end Jahmel Bashir short of the goal line on a pass from Nick Elko. Florida A&M held the ball for the final 6:33 of the game. Delaware State opened the scoring with some strong running on the game's first possession. Freshman Dae-Hon Cheung capped off the six-play, 66-yard drive with a 10-yard touchdown run with 11:32 left in the first quarter. Florida A&M answered DSU's touchdown with one of its own on the ensuing possession. Fleming connected with James Owens on an eight-yard scoring pass with 9:06 left in the opening quarter. The extra point kick by Chase Varnadore tied the game at 7-7. Delaware State regained the lead 10-7 on a 29-yard field goal by Mitchell Ward with 11:41 left in the second quarter. The Rattlers took the lead for good when Fleming and wide receiver Travis Harvey hooked up for the first of their two touchdown passes. The duo connected on a 21-yard scoring pass on third and goal to give Florida A&M a 13-10 lead with 7:38 left in the second quarter. Fleming and Harvey struck again on a nine-yard scoring pass to give the Rattlers a 21-10 lead with 4:12 left in the third quarter. Delaware State climbed back into the game on the ensuing possession. Cheung capped off the nineplay, 76-yard drive with a 22-yard touchdown run to pull the Hornets to with 21-16 with 16 second left in the third quarter. The Hornets attempted a two-point conversion following touchdown, but an attempted pass from Elko to wide open tight end Ryan Langdon was batted down by Florida A&M's Branden Davis. The Rattlers stretched their lead to 24-16 on a 29-yard field goal by Varnadore with 10:34 left in the game. Elko completed 15-of-21 passes for 194 yards, while Tarpley led the Hornets with a season-high 10 catches for 129 yards. Delaware State safety Davon Moore led all players with a career-high 14 tackles, including eight solo stops. Ernest Adjei (11) and Terrick Colston (10) also reached double figures in tackles for the Hornets.

11:41 Ward 29 FG 9-63; 3:28 DSU 10 FAMU 7 07:38 Harvey 21 pass from Fleming (Varnadore kick) 7-54; 3:52 FAMU 14 DSU 10 04:12 Harvey 9 pass from Fleming (Varnadore kick) 10-76; 4:46 FAMU 21 DSU10 00:16 Cheung 22 run (pass failed) 9-67; 3:50 FAMU 21 DSU 16 10:34 Varnadore 29 FG 12-58; 4:39

FAMU 24 DSU 16

06:39 Jackson 5 run (pass failed) 10-80; 3:55 FAMU 24 DSU 22

DELAWARE STATE Rushing Cheung Bryant Jackson

No. 18 3 3

Yds. 140 14 5

TD 2 0 1

LG 26 9 5

FLORIDA A&M AVG 7.8 4.7 1.7

Rushing Rocker Owens Passing Fleming

Passing Elko

A-C-I 21-15-2

Yds. 199

TD 0

LG 24

Receiving Tarpley Wilson Langdon Bryant

No. 10 3 1 1

Yds. 134 28 20 17

TD 0 0 0 0

LG 24 16 20 17

Punting Kano

No. 3

Avg. 49.7

LG 54

Punt Returns None

No.

Yds.

Kickoff Returns Tarpley

No. 3

Yds. 53

Tackles Moore Adjei Colston, T.

UA-A 8-6 5-6 4-6

TT 14 11 10

Yds. 46 41

A-C-I 37-30-0

Receiving Harvey, T. Lennon Harvey, D. Felix

No. 11 6 5 4

TD 0 0

Yds. 399 Yds. 122 79 78 74

LG 12 21 TD 3

TD 2 0 0 0

LG 36 28 38 25

AVG 3.3 3.7 LG 38

Punting Holdren

No. 1

Avg. 31.0

LG 31

I20 1

I20 2

Punt Returns Lennon

No. 1

Yds. 11

TD 0

LG 11

TD

LG

Kickoff Returns Owens

No. 4

Yds. 99

TD 0

LG 44

TD 0

LG 28

TL-Yds. SK FF 0.5-2

No. 14 11

Tackles Hepburn Ducre Maxey

UA-A 5-3 3-5 4-3

TT 8 8 7

TL-Yds. SK

0.5-2

(Left) Dae-Hon Cheung (with ball) rushed for career-high 140 yards and two touchdowns in his first start vs. Florida A&M

MEAC CHAMPS - 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL GAME 5 DELAWARE STATE 20 NORFOLK STATE 17 Dick Price Stadium – Norfolk, Va. Oct. 6, 2012 DSU (2-3; 1-1 MEAC)/NSU (2-4; 0-3 MEAC)

Score by quarters DSU (2-3; 1-1) NSU (2-4; 0-3)

1 0 0

2 13 17

3 0 0

4 7 0

T_ 20 17

Scoring Summary 2nd Qtr. NSU DSU DSU

14:25 Riddick 13 run (Goldberg kick) 11-56; 5:35 NSU 7 DSU 0 12:48 Wilson 22 pass from Elko (Ward kick) 5-77; 1:34 NSU 7 DSU 7 09:13 Ward 24 FG 8-30; 2:36

DSU 10 NSU 7

NSU

07:23 Hedgeman 86 pass from Basmagian (Goldberg kick) 3-92; 1:43 NSU 14 DSU 10

NSU

03:43 Goldberg 33 FG 8-28; 3:29

NSU 17 DSU 10

00:43 Ward 31 FG 10-53: 2:56

NSU 17 DSU 13

DSU 4th Qtr. DSU

10:01 Brewton 22 pass from Elko (Ward kick) 5-60; 1:52 DSU 20 NSU 17

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds. Punt Returns- yds. Kickoff returns – yds. Int. returns- yds. Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

DSU 17 30-87 206 30-15-0 60-293 0-0 2-3 2-28 3-108 6-35.3 2-1 4-35 25:24 6 of 15 0 of 0 2 of 2 0-0

Delaware State forced four turnovers, including a season-high three interceptions, in a MEAC win over Norfolk State at Dick Price Stadium. The Hornets scored the game winning touchdown on a 23-yard pass from Nick Elko to Justin Brewton with 10:01 left to play. DSU sealed the win when free safety Davon Moore intercepted a pass from Spartan quarterback Jake Basmagian at the Hornet 11 yard line with 29 seconds left to play. It was Moore's second interception of the game. His first, with 11:53 left in the fourth quarter, led to the Hornets' gamewinning score. Delaware State trailed 17-13 when the Spartans appeared to open up a double-digit lead early in the fourth quarter. NSU's Basmagian connected with Xavier Boyce on what appeared to be a 54-yard touchdown pass; but Boyce was hit with an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for a premature celebration. The Spartans were also flagged with another unsportsmanlike conduct penalty following the initial call. On the next play, from the Delaware State 37, Basmagian was intercepted by DSU's Moore, who returned the ball to the Hornet 40. Delaware State needed five plays for the game winning touchdown pass from Elko to Brewton. It was Brewton's first career TD reception. Norfolk got on the board first with a touchdown early in the second quarter. Spartan running back Brandon Riddick capped off an 11-play, 56-yard drive (5:35) with a 13-yard touchdown run for the game's first score. Everett Goldberg's extra point kick gave the Spartans a 7-0 lead with 14:25 left in the second quarter. Delaware State responded with a touchdown on the ensuing possession to tie the game at 7-7. Nick Elko connected with Justin Wilson on a 22-yard touchdown pass to cap off the five-play, 77-yard drive. The Hornets took their first lead of the game on a field goal following a partially blocked Norfolk State punt. Eight plays after Moore partially blocked a punt, Mitchell Ward hit his first of two field goals, 24-yarder, to give the Hornets a 10-7 lead. Norfolk State regained the lead on the ensuing possession. Basmagian connected with Takeem Hedgeman on an 86-yard touchdown pass to give the Spartans a 14-10 lead with 7:23 left in the second quarter. Ward hit his second field goal of game, from 31 yards out, to cut Norfolk State's lead to 17-13 at the half. Terrick Colston had a career-high 15 tackles to lead the Hornets. It was his second game with 10-ormore tackles this season. Joe Boyd had a season-high 11 tackles for DSU.

NSU 21 37-143 312 36-24-3 73-455 0-0 1-6 3-55 1-0 3-38.0 1-1 14-119 34:36 6 of 14 2 of 3 2 of 2 1-10

DELAWARE STATE Rushing Bryant Jackson Cheung

No. 13 7 6

Passing Elko

Yds. 45 21 20

A-C-I 30-15-0

TD 0 0 0

NORFOLK STATE

LG 10 4 11

AVG 3.5 3.0 3.3

Yds. 206

TD 2

LG 31

Receiving Tarpley Wilson Cheung Bryant Brewton Langdon Bailey

No. 3 3 3 1 2 2 1

Yds. 42 57 4 31 33 31 8

TD 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

LG 28 22 2 31 23 21 8

Punting Kano

No. 4

Avg. 32.2

LG 42

Punt Returns Tarpley

No. 2

Yds. 3

Kickoff Returns Tarpley

No. 2

Interception Ret. Moore Adjei

No. 2 1

Tackles Colston, T. Boyd Adjei

UA-A 6-9 7-4 5-9

TT 15 11 9

Rushing Riddick Hedgeman

No. 13 14

Yds. 68 41

Passing Basmagian

A-C-I 35-24-3

Receiving Boyce. Demps Hawkins Hedgeman

No. 6 5 4 3

TD 1 0

Yds. 312 Yds. 66 42 51 98

LG 15 21 TD 1

TD 0 0 0 1

LG 39 22 18 86

LG 86

Punting Shaddix

No. 2

Avg. 48.5

LG 52

I20 1

Punt Returns Reed

No. 1

Yds. 6

TD 0

LG 6

I20 1

Kickoff Returns Johnson

No. 2

Yds. 32

TD 0

LG 16

TD 0

LG 4

Yds. 28

TD 0

LG 16

Tackles Hitch Giddens Coke

Yds. 113 -5

TD 0 0

LG 70 0

UA-A 3-5 4-1 4-1

TT 8 5 5

TL-Yds. SK 0.5-1

TL-Yds. SK FF 1-2

(Left) Davon Moore had two interceptions, including the game clincher, vs. Norfolk State

90

AVG 5.2 3.7

MEAC CHAMPS - 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL GAME 6 DELAWARE STATE 31 SC STATE 17 Alumni Stadium – Dover, Del. Oct. 13, 2012 DSU 3-3; 2-1 MEAC / SCSU 2-5; 1-3 MEAC Score by quarters SCSU (2-5; 1-3) DSU (3-3; 2-1)

1 7 14

2 3 0

3 0 3

4 7 14

T______ 17 31

Scoring Summary 1st Qtr. DSU 11:57 Cheung 42 pass from Elko (Ward kick) 7-68; 3:03 DSU 7 SCS 0 DSU

07:44 Colston 53 INT return (Ward kick) 5-77; 1:34 DSU 14 SCS 0

SCS

04:50

2nd Qtr. SCS 3rd Qtr. DSU 4th Qtr. DSU DSU SCS

Hughes 0 fum rec

(Belcher kick) DSU 14 SCS 7

00:30 Belcher 37 FG 8-64; 2:23

DSU 14 SCS 10

05:06 Ward 27 FG 9-70; 4:27

DSU 17 SCS 10

Delaware State's offense racked up 399 total yards and the defense forced three more turnovers en route to a 31-17 win over South Carolina State in a MEAC contest at Alumni Stadium. Nick Elko completed 23-of-33 passes for 293 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Hornet offense. Freshman Nagee Jackson rushed for a careerhigh 106 yards and a touchdown on 22 carries. Travis Tarpley had seven receptions for 100 yards, while Justin Wilson hauled in six passes for 82 yards and a touchdown. Freshman Terrick Colston led the DSU defense with nine tackles. He also returned his first career interception 53 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter to help the Hornets grab a 14-0 lead. Colston also had a second half interception in the endzone to spoil a South Carolina State scoring drive. Defensive back Joe Boyd also had an interception in the contest. DSU opened the scoring on the game's first possession. Elko capped off a seven-play, 68-yard drive with a 42-yard touchdown pass to freshman back Dae-Hon Cheung to give the Hornets a 6-0 lead just 3:03 in the contest. Mitchell Ward's extra point kick gave the Hornets a 7-0 lead. Delaware State opened up a two-touchdown lead when Colston stepped in front of a sideline pass from Bulldog quarterback Derrick Wiley and returned the ball 53 yards for a touchdown with 7:44 left in the opening quarter. South Carolina State used a defensive touchdown of its own to cut DSU's lead in half. Bulldog linebacker Justin Hughes recovered a Delaware State fumble in the endzone to trim the Hornets' lead to 14-7 with 4:40 left in the first quarter. SC State’s Nick Belcher kicked a 37-yard field goal with 30 seconds left in the first half to pull the Bulldogs to within 14-10 at intermission. South Carolina State appeared headed for a go-ahead touchdown on the opening drive of the second half before Colston struck again. The Bulldogs had marched 74 yards in 11 plays, consuming 5:20 on the clock, when Colston intercepted a pass in the endzone from SC State's Julian Pendergrass who took snap in a Wildcat formation. Delaware State took advantage of the turnover to stretch its lead. Ward capped off a nine-play, 70-yard drive with a 27-yard field goal to give the Hornets a 17-10 lead with 5:06 left in the third quarter. The Hornets marched 80 yards on 10 plays, capped off by a 12-yard touchdown pass from Elko to Wilson with 11:39 left to play. Ward's extra point gave DSU a 24-10 lead. Delaware State also scored on its next possession to take a three-touchdown lead. Jackson rushed for five yards to the endzone to give the Hornets a 31-10 lead with 4:03 left in the game.

11:39 Wilson 12 pass from Elko (Ward kick) 10-80; 5:27 DSU 24 SCS 10 04:03 Jackson 5 run (Ward kick) 9-62; 5:25 DSU 31 SCS 10 01:44 Hemingway 10 pass from Cue (Belcher kick) 9-75; 2:06 DSU 31 SCS 17

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds.-TD Punt Returns- yds. Kickoff returns – yds. Int. returns- yds.-TD Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

DSU 20 32-106 293 33-23-0 65-399 0-0 0-0 3-57 3-74-1 4-31.8 2-1 7-56 32:32 10 of 16 0 of 0 3 of 3 1-1

SCS__________ 19 34-120 182 31-18-3 65-302 0-0-1 2-17 5-138 0-0 5-32.2 0-0 3-29 27:28 8 of 16 1 of 1 2 of 3 1-1

DELAWARE STATE Rushing Jackson Cheung

No. 22 4

Yds. 106 14

Passing Elko

A-C-I 33-23-0

TD 1 0

SO. CAROLINA STATE

LG 19 10

AVG 4.8 3.5

Yds. 293

TD 2

LG 45

Receiving Tarpley Bailey Wilson Cheung Bryant

No. 7 6 4 3 3

Yds. 100 35 82 55 21

TD 0 0 1 1 0

LG 45 10 31 42 11

Punting Kano Elko

No. 3 1

Avg. 26.3 48.0

LG 33 48

I20 1 1

Punt Returns N/A

No.

Yds.

TD

LG

Kickoff Returns Tarpley

No. 3

Yds. 57

TD 0

LG 21

Interception Ret. T. Colston Boyd

No. 2 1

Yds. 53 21

TD 1 0

LG 53 21

Tackles Colston, T. Moore Ayanbiola

UA-A 5-4 5-2 2-5

TT 9 7 7

Rushing Pendergrass Simmons Passing Wiley Cue

No. 5 10

Yds. 47 33

A-C-I 22-12-3 8-6-0

Receiving Davis Elmore McDonald

TD 0 0

Yds. 105 77

No. 6 4 3

Yds. 47 67 33

LG 35 14 TD 0 1

AVG 9.4 3.3 LG 33

TD 0 0 0

LG 15 33 21

Punting Belcher

No. 5

Avg. 32.3

LG 43

I20 2

Punt Returns Simmons

No. 1

Yds. 20

TD 0

LG 20

Kickoff Returns Merrill Pendergrass

No. 3 1

Yds. 49 70

TD 0 0

LG 19 70

Tackles Glover Ingram Hill

UA-A 0-10 3-6 2-7

TT 10 9 9

TL-Yds. SK 1-18 1-2

TL-Yds. SK FF 1-2 0.5-2

(Left) Terrick Colston had two interceptions, returning one for a touchdown, in DSU’s 3117 win over South Carolina State

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL GAME 7 DELAWARE ST. 24 No. CAROLINA A&T 0 Alumni Stadium – Dover, Del. Oct. 20, 2012 DSU 4-3; 3-1 MEAC / NCAT 3-4; 1-3 MEAC

Score by quarters NCAT (3-4; 1-3) DSU (4-3; 3-1)

1 2 0 0 0 17

3 0 0

4 T______ 0 0 7 24

Scoring Summary 2nd Qtr. DSU

13:55 Jackson 1 run (Ward kick) 8-53; 3:00 DSU 7 NCAT 0

DSU

10:16 Tarpley 13 pass from Elko (Ward kick) 6-31; 2:54 DSU 14 NCAT 0

DSU

00:02 Ward 23 FG 8-41; 2:45

4th Qtr. DSU

Nick Elko completed 22-of-36 passes for 245 yards and a touchdown, and Travis Tarpley had nine catches for 128 yards and a score to lead Delaware State to a 24-0 homecoming win over North Carolina A&T at Alumni Stadium. The shutout was DSU's first since blanking North Carolina A&T 27-0 in 2007. The Hornet defense forced three more turnovers in the contest, including an 85-yard interception return for a touchdown by cornerback Jermond Colston to give DSU a 24-0 lead with 1:56 left to play. Cornerback Joe Boyd and linebacker Ernest Adjei led the Hornets with 12 tackles each. Eight plays after beginning a drive at their 47 yard line, the Hornets scored the game’s first touchdown on a one-yard run by freshman Nagee Jackson with 13:55 left in the second quarter. Mitchell Ward’s extra point kick gave the Hornets a 7-0 lead. Jackson leads the Hornets with four rushing touchdown this season. On the ensuing possession, Delaware State safety Davon Moore forced a fumble by North Carolina A&T’s Leroy Bradford. Hornet linebacker Herman Hinton recovered the ball, returning it to the Aggie 37. Six plays after the turnover, Elko and Tarpley struck again on a 13-yard touchdown pass to give the Hornets a 13-0 lead with 10:16 left in the second quarter. Elko completed 4-of-5 passes for 30 yards during the drive. Delaware State led 14-0 at the half. The Hornets were still ahead 14-0 and had a first and goal at the NCA&T 6 late in third quarter, but had to settle for a field goal. Ward’s 23-yard field goal, his sixth of the season, gave DSU a 17-0 lead with two seconds left in the third quarter. North Carolina A&T had a second-and1 at the DSU 35 when Colston intercepted Lewis Kindle’s pass at the 15 and sprinted down the sideline for a touchdown to give the Hornets a 23-0 lead. The interception return was the longest by a Hornet since Akeem Green’s 86-yard touchdown, also vs. NCA&T, in 2007. The interception was the third of Colston’s career.

DSU 17 NCAT 0

01:58 J. Colston 85 INT return (Ward kick) 10-80; 5:27 DSU 24 NCAT0

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds.-TD Punt Returns- yds. Kickoff returns – yds. Int. returns- yds.-TD Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

DSU 15 33-60 245 36-22-0 69-305 1-22-0 2-17 1-9 1-85-1 6-46.2 1-1 5-43 32:47 8 of 18 0 of 0 0 of 2 1-7

NCAT 18 33-124 174 36-23-1 69-298 0-0-0 2-4 5-65 0-0 7-37.4 3-2 2-20 27:13 4 of 14 0 of 1 3 of 4 1-5

DELAWARE STATE Rushing Cheung Jackson

No. 16 12

Yds. 43 9

Passing Elko

A-C-I 36-22-0

TD 0 1

NORTH CAROLINA A&T

LG 11 4

AVG 2.7 0.8

Yds. 245

TD 1

LG 28

Receiving Tarpley Bailey Wilson Langdon Mil. Williams

No. 9 2 4 3 2

Yds. 128 25 43 20 17

TD 1 0 0 0 0

LG 28 18 20 20 12

Punting Kano

No. 6

Avg. 46.2

LG 58

I20 3

Punt Returns Tarpley

No. 2

Yds. 17

TD 0

LG 13

Kickoff Returns N. Jackson

No. 1

Yds. 9

TD 0

LG 9

Interception Ret. J. Colston

No. 1

Yds. 85

TD 1

LG 85

Tackles Boyd Adjei Ayanbiola

UA-A 8-4 4-8 4-4

TT 12 12 8

Rushing Mayhew Bradford

No. 14 7

Passing Kindle

A-C-I 36-23-1

Receiving Gorham Mayhew

Yds. 50 36

TD 0 0

Yds. 174

No. 6 5

Yds. 66 27

LG 16 10 TD 0

AVG 3.6 5.1 LG 25

TD 0 0

LG 25 9

Punting Cimaglia

No. 7

Avg. 37.4

LG 51

I20 1

Punt Returns Graham

No. 2

Yds. 4

TD 1

LG 2

Kickoff Returns Graham

No. 1

Yds. 31

TD 0

LG 31

Tackles Martin Clodfelter

UA-A 8-4 3-9

TT 12 12

TL-Yds. SK 1-2

TL-Yds. SK FF 1.5-8 1.0-4 0.5-3

(Left) Cornerback Joe Boyd tied for gamehigh honors with 12 tackles in DSU’s 24-0 win over North Carolina A&T

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL GAME 8 DELAWARE ST. 28 MORGAN STATE 23 Hughes Stadium – Baltimore, Md. Oct. 25, 2012 DSU 5-3; 4-1 MEAC / MSU 3-4; 2-3 MEAC Score by quarters DSU (5-3; 4-1) MSU (3-4; 2-3)

1 2 0 20 7 7

3 8 6

4 0 3

T______ 28 23

Scoring Summary 1st Qtr. MSU 10:50 Council 41 run (Gonzalez kick) 7-72; 2:34 MSU 7 DSU 0 2nd Qtr. DSU 13:10 Tarpley 4 pass from Elko (Ward kick) 9-72; 4:48 DSU 7 MSU 7 MSU 12:56 Hendrix 100 KOR (Gonzalez kick) MSU 14 DSU 7 DSU 09:43 Tarpley 13 pass from Elko (Ward kick) 7-76; 3:07 DSU 14 MSU 14 DSU 03:51 Ward 31 FG 9-43; 4:29 DSU 17 MSU 14 DSU 00:00 Ward 24 FG 8-75; 1:25 DSU 20 MSU 14 3rd Qtr. DSU 08:06 Jackson 2 run (Elko pass to Langdon) 7-80; 3:00 DSU 28 MSU 14 MSU 4th Qtr. MSU

Nick Elko completed 33-of-43 passes for a career-high 398 yards and two touchdowns to lead Delaware State in a nationally televised contest (ESPNU) at Hughes Stadium. Elko, a former Maryland high school star, set a school record with 17 straight completions in the first half. Travis Tarpley had 12 catches, for 143 yards and two touchdowns, while Justin Wilson had eight catches for 100 yards. The Hornets racked up a season high 502 yards, the most since amassing 562 against St. Francis in 2006. Morgan State opened the scoring with a touchdown on its first possession. Quarterback Robert Council capped off a seven-play, 72-yard drive with a 41 yard touchdown run with 10:50 left in the first quarter. Delaware State evened the contest on a touchdown early in the second quarter. Elko connected with Tarpley on a four-yard touchdown pass to cap off a nine-play, 72-yard drive (4:48). Morgan needed just 14 seconds to regain the lead. Tyrone Hendrix returned Ward’s kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown to give the Bears a 14-7 lead with 12:56 left in the second quarter. Delaware State responded to the Morgan touchdown with one of its own on the ensuing possession to tie the game again. Tarpley and Elko struck again on a 13-yard scoring pass to pull the Hornets to within 14-13 with 9:43 left in the second quarter. The Hornets drove to the Morgan State 13 later in the second quarter, but had to settle for a field goal. Ward’s 31-yard field goal gave DSU its first lead, 17-14, with 3:50 left in the first half. Delaware State stretched its lead to six just before halftime. Ward kicked a 24-yard field goal as time expired in the half to give the Hornets a 20-14 advantage at the break. The Hornets scored on their last five possessions of the first half. Delaware State scored on six straight possessions after reaching the end zone of its first drive of the second half. Jackson capped off the seven-play, 80-yard drive with a two-yard touchdown run to give the Hornets a 28-14 lead with 8:56 left in the third quarter.

06:02 Council 5 run (kick failed) 9-59; 2:49 DSU 28 MSU 20 07:04 Gonzalez 39 FG 9-55; 4:39

DSU 28 MSU 23

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds.-TD Punt Returns- yds. Kickoff returns – yds. Int. returns- yds.-TD Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds. 1-4

DSU 22 31-104 398 44-33-0 75-502 0-0-0 1-7-0 3-87 0-0-0 3-36.3 1-1 4-25 35:35 8 of 17 2 of 3 5 of 5 2-7

MSU_____________ 15 29-151 135 27-17-0 56-286 0-0-0 1-0-0 5-162-1 0-0-0 5-40.0 0-0 1-5 24:25 6 of 13 0 of 1 2 of 2

DELAWARE STATE Rushing Cheung Jackson

No. 12 9

Yds. 80 21

Passing Elko

A-C-I 43-33-0

TD 0 1

MORGAN STATE LG 24 6

AVG 6.7 2.3

Yds. 398

TD 2

LG 43

Rushing Davidson Council

No. 21 3

Passing Council Higgins

A-C-I 19-13-0 8-4-0

Receiving Tarpley Wilson Cheung

No. 12 9 4

Yds. 143 110 36

TD 2 0 0

LG 43 39 17

Receiving Davidson Church

Punting Kano

No. 3

Avg. 36.3

LG 38

I20 0

Punting Gonzalez

Punt Returns Tarpley

No. 1

Yds. 7

TD 0

LG 7

Kickoff Returns Tarpley

No. 3

Yds. 87

TD 0

Interception Ret. N/A

No.

Yds.

TD

Tackles Moore Adjei Boyd

UA-A 6-2 5-3 4-3

TT 8 8 7

Yds. 82 42

No. 5 4

TD 0 2

Yds. 68 67 Yds. 15 52

LG 19 41 TD 0 0

AVG 3.9 14.0 LG 22 30

TD 0 0

LG 22 30

No. 5

Avg. 40.0

LG 51

I20 1

Punt Returns Mann

No. 1

Yds. 0

TD 0

LG 0

LG 45

Kickoff Returns Hendrix

No. 1

Yds. 100

TD 1

LG 100

LG

Tackles Roberts Rankin

UA-A 7-9 5-3

TT 16 8

TL-Yds. SK

TL-Yds. SK FF 2.0-8 1.0-4

(Left) Travis Tarpley led al players with 12 catches for 143 yards in DSU’s nationallytelevised win over Morgan State

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL GAME 9 NC CENTRAL 23 DELAWARE ST. 20 OT O’Kelly-Riddick Stadium – Durham, N.C. Nov. 3, 2012 DSU 5-4; 4-2 MEAC / NCCU 6-3; 5-1 MEAC Score by quarters DSU (5-4; 4-2) NCCU (6-3; 5-1)

1 3 3

2 7 7

3 7 7

4 0 0

OT1 OT2_ T_____ 3 0 20 3 3 23

Scoring Summary 1st Qtr. NCCU 12:17 Parent 26 FG 6-44; 2:43 NCCU 3 DSU 0 DSU 07:04 Ward 31 FG 13-51; 5:13 NCCU 3 DSU 3 2nd Qtr. NCCU 07:49 Nicely 3 pass from Reid (Parent kick) 5-28; 1:45 NCCU 10 DSU 3 DSU 3rd Qtr. NCCU DSU

Delaware State's bid for a fifth straight win and sole possession of second place in the MEAC ended abruptly in a 23-20 double overtime loss to North Carolina Central before a capacity homecoming crowd at O'Kelly-Riddick Stadium. The game ended when North Carolina Central blocked a potential gametying field goal by DSU's Mitchell Ward in the second overtime, touching off an on-field celebration by the Eagles. The game was tied at 17-17 at the end of regulation. The Hornets are 2-2 all-time in overtime games. On the first possession of overtime, Ward booted a 25-yard field goal to give the Hornets a 20-17 lead. The Eagles tied the game on their first overtime possession when Oleg Parent nailed a season-best 46- yard field goal to tie the game at 20-20. NC Central had the ball first in the second overtime session. Parent gave the Eagles a 23-20 lead on a 26-yard field goal. On the ensuing Delaware State possession, an apparent pass interference call against NC Central at the goal line was waived off when the officials determined that Nick Elko's pass to Justin Wilson was uncatchable. Three plays later, North Carolina Central's Malik Cromartie broke through the line to block Ward's 35-yard field goal attempt to end the game. Five plays after DSU's Travis Tarpley lost a fumble on a punt return, the Eagles scored a touchdown on a three-yard pass from Jordan Reid to Jonathan Nicely with 7:49 left in the second quarter. Parent's extra point kick gave NCCU a 10-3 lead. Delaware State used a big play to tie the game on its next possession. Elko hooked up with Justin Wilson on a 54-yard touchdown pass to cap off an 11-play, 94-yard drive with 2:55 to go before halftime. Ward's extra point kick tied the game at 10-10. North Carolina Central regained the lead when Arthur Goforth returned Marco Kano's punt 92-yards for a touchdown with 13:01 left in the third quarter. The Hornets took advantage of a NCCU turnover to even the game. Eight plays after Hornet defensive back Terrick Colston forced and recovered a fumble, Malcolm Williams reached the endzone on a one-yard run. The 42-yard drive was highlighted by Nagee Jackson's 27-yards rushing on four carries. The score was 17-17 after Ward's extra point with one second left in the third quarter.

02:55 Wilson 54 pass from Elko (Ward kick) 11-94; 4:46 NCCU 10 DSU 10 13:01

Goforth 92 punt return (Parent kick) NCCU 17 DSU 10 00:01 Williams 1 run (Ward kick) 9-59; 2:49 NCCU 17 DSU 17

Overtime DSU 00:00 Ward 25 FG 5-17; 0:00 NCCU 00:00 Parent 46 FG 4-(-4); 0:00 NCCU 00:00 Parent 26 FG 5-15; 0:00

DSU 20 NCCU 17

NCCU 23 DSU 20

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds.-TD Punt Returns- yds.-TD 1-3-0 Kickoff returns – yds.-TD Int. returns- yds.-TD Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

DSU 23 26-51 305 56-35-0 82-356 0-0-0 1-92-1 3-54-0 3-55-0 6-34.5 3-1 8-65 32:53 5 of 17 0 of 0 3 of 6 5-32

DELAWARE STATE

DSU 20 NCCU 20

NCCU 17 40-92 138 29-19-3 69-230 0-0-0 4-81-0 0-0-0 6-36.3 1-1 10-91 27:07 7 of 18 0 of 0 3 of 3 2-9

Rushing Jackson William, Mal.

No. 8 5

Yds. 32 14

Passing Elko

A-C-I 56-35-0

TD 0 1

NO. CAROLINA CENTRAL

LG 8 8

AVG 4.0 2.8

Rushing Goforth Douglas

No. 18 8 A-C-I 27-18-2 2-1-1

Yds. 305

TD 1

LG 54

Passing Reid Goggans

Receiving Wilson Tarpley Bailey

No. 12 9 8

Yds. 138 72 60

TD 1 0 0

LG 54 13 24

Receiving Roberts Robinson Goforth

Punting Kano Elko

No. 2 4

Avg. 33.5 35.0

LG 41 50

I20 1 0

Punting Cornelius

Punt Returns Tarpley

No. 1

Yds. 3

TD 0

LG 3

Kickoff Returns Tarpley

No. 3

Yds. 54

TD 0

Interception Ret. Moore Williams, N. Colston, T.

No. 1 1 1

Yds. 43 12 0

TD 0 0 0

Tackles UA-A Boyd 5-9 Colston, T. 6-5 Adjei 5-4 Williams, N. 5-2

TT 14 11 9 7

Yds. 61 36

TD 0 0

Yds. 126 12

No. 5 3 3

Yds. 65 16 15

LG 14 13 TD 1 0

AVG 3.4 4.5 LG 26 13

TD 0 0 0

LG 26 9 11

No. 6

Avg. 36.3

LG 52

I20 0

Punt Returns Goforth

No. 1

Yds. 92

TD 1

LG 92

LG 24

Kickoff Returns Goforth

No. 3

Yds. 57

TD 1

LG 43 12 0

Tackles Cromartie Foster

UA-A 9-3 2-8

TT 12 10

TL-Yds. SK

TL-Yds. SK FF 2.0-8 0.5-3 1 1.5-4 0.5-3 1.5-4

(Left) Justin Wilson had 138 yards and a touchdown on a career-high 12 catches vs. NC Central

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL GAME 10 DELAWARE ST. 35 HAMPTON 27 Alumni Stadium – Dover, Del. Nov. 10, 2012 DSU 6-4; 5-2 MEAC / HU 2-7; 2-5 MEAC Score by quarters HAM (2-7; 2-5) DSU (6-4; 5-2)

1 3 7

2 9 7

3 0 7

4 15 14

T_____ 27 35

Scoring Summary 1st Qtr. DSU 10:48 Tarpley 48 pass from Elko (Ward kick) 5-62; 2:10 DSU 7 HAM 0 HAM 04:02 Durham 22 FG 10-43; 3:46 DSU 7 HAM 3 2nd Qtr. HAM 10:44 Durham 29 FG 14-71; 6:46 DSU 7 HAM 6 DSU 02:08 Jackson 2 run (Ward kick) 2-5; 0:42 DSU 14 HAM 6 HAM 00:07 Platt 7 pass from Champion (run failed) 7-54; 2:01 DSU 14 HAM 12 3rd Qtr. DSU 01:24 Jackson 1 run (Ward kick) 14-70; 7:02 DSU 21 HAM 12 4th Qtr. HAM DSU DSU HAM

13:13 Brown 24 pass from Champion (Durham kick) 8-68; 3:05 DSU 21 HAM 19 12:19 Tarpley 83 pass from Elko (Ward kick) 2-83; 0:48 DSU 28 HAM 19 04:01 Cheung 6 run (Ward kick) 10-76; 5:12 DSU 35 HAM 19 03:41 Riddick 30 pass from Champion (Champion-Platt) DSU 35 HAM 27

Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds.-TD Punt Returns- yds.-TD Kickoff returns – yds.-TD Int. returns- yds.-TD Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

DSU 20 41-221 291 25-15-1 66-512 2-75-0 1-3-0 6-299-0 1-0-0 2-30.5 1-1 7-95 30:42 7 of 13 2 of 2 3 of 3 0-0

HAM 22 35-183 238 29-19-1 64-421 0-0-0 1-(-4) 6-337-0 1-0-0 2-32.5 3-3 8-78 29:18 5 of 12 0 of 1 3 of 5 0-0

Delaware State secured its first winning season since 2007 with a 35-27 victory over Hampton in the Hornets' home finale. Wide receiver Travis Tarpley, playing in his final home game, had five catches for a career-high 178 yards and two touchdowns for the Hornets. He had a career-high 83-yard touchdown catch to give the Hornets a 28-19 lead with 12:19 left to play. Running back Malcolm Williams had 113 of the Hornets' season high 221 rushing yards in the contest. Delaware State racked up a season-high in total yards for the second straight week, amassing 512 on the day. Quarterback Nick Elko completed 15-of-25 passes for 291 yards and two touchdowns, while fellow senior Justin Wilson had six receptions for 98 yards for the Hornets. Defensive back Joe Boyd had a game-high 13 tackles (eight solo) and a forced fumble for DSU. Delaware State took advantage of the first of Hampton’ four turnovers to open the scoring. Five plays after the Hornets recovered a Pirate fumble at the DSU 38, Elko connected with Tarpley on a 48-yard touchdown pass. Mitchell Ward’s extra point kick gave the Hornets a 7-0 lead with 10:48 left in the first quarter. Two field goals by Tureen Durham (22, 29) pulled the Pirates to within 7-6 early in the second quarter. The Hornets padded their lead late in the second quarter following a Hampton turnover on a trick play. The Pirates attempted to run the ball out of punt formation at the Delaware State 39, but DSU’s Joe Boyd forced a fumble on the play. The ball was recovered by Hornet defensive back Cameren Judge who returned it 34 yards to the Hampton five. Two plays later, Nagee Jackson rushed into the endzone from two yards for the Hornets’ second touchdown with 2:08 left in the second quarter. Hampton wasted little time to respond to the Delaware State touchdown. The Pirates capped off a seven-play, 54-yard drive with a seven-yard touchdown pass from Travis Champion to Tikeem Platt with seven seconds left in the half to cut the Hornets’ lead to 14-12. Delaware State capped off a more than seven-minute drive with a touchdown to expand their lead in the third quarter. Jackson scored his second touchdown of the game on a one -yard run to give the Hornets a 21-12 lead with 1:24 left in the third. Champion connected with Javaris Brown on a 24-yard touchdown pass to pull the Pirates to with 21-19 with 13:13 left in the fourth quarter. Elko and Tarpley hooked up on an 83-yard touchdown pass to give the Hornets a 28-19 lead. The Hornets padded their lead to 35 -19 on a six-yard touchdown run by Dae-Hon Cheung with 4:01 left to play. The score capped off a 10-play, 76yard drive, highlighted by a 39-yard run by Williams to the Hampton six yard line.

DELAWARE STATE Rushing William, Mal. Cheung Jackson

No. 20 6 12

Passing Elko

Yds. 113 69 19

A-C-I 25-15-1

TD 0 1 2

LG 39 49 7

AVG 5.7 11.5 1.6

Yds. 291

TD 2

LG 83

HAMPTON Rushing Schwartz Passing Champion Swain

A-C-I 15-11-1 13-8-0

Receiving Chisolm Riddick

No. 7 3

LG 30 49

LG 34

I20 0

Punt Returns Matthews

No. 1

Yds. -4

TD 0

LG 0

LG 16

Kickoff Returns Washington

No. 3

Yds. 68

TD 0

LG 0

Tackles Gibson Tyler

LG 32 83

Punting Elko

No. 2

Avg. 30.5

LG 51

I20 0

Punting Stovall

Punt Returns Tarpley

No. 1

Yds. 3

TD 0

LG 3

Kickoff Returns Tarpley

No. 3

Yds. 38

TD 0

Interception Ret. Williams, N.

No. 1

Yds. 0

TD 0

Yds. 48 62

TD 3 0

AVG 5.7

Avg. 32.5

TD 0 2

TL-Yds. SK

Yds. 130 108

LG 24

No. 2

Yds. 98 171

TT 13 12 8

TD 0

LG 15 30

No. 6 5

UA-A 8-5 8-4 3-5

Yds. 136

TD 0 1

Receiving Wilson Tarpley

Tackles Boyd Moore Colston, T.

No. 24

UA-A 4-4 1-7

TT 8 8

LG 24

TL-Yds. SK 1.5-4

FF 1 1

(Left) Freshman Nagee Jackson rushed for two touchdowns in the Hornets’ 35-27 win over Hampton at Alumni Stadium

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL GAME 11 HOWARD 41 DELAWARE ST. 34 Greene Stadium – Washington, D.C. Nov. 17, 2012 DSU 6-5; 5-3 MEAC / HOW 7-4; 6-2 MEAC Score by quarters DSU (6-5; 5-3) HOW (7-4; 6-2)

1 3 0

2 14 3

3 4 7 10 21 17

T__ 34 41

Scoring Summary 1st Qtr. DSU 04:36 Ward 32 FG 11-73; 4:42 DSU 7 HOW 0 2nd Qtr. DSU 13:31 Wilson 18 pass from Elko (Ward kick) 9-70; 4:20 DSU 10 HOW 0 HOW 10:44 Fleck 41 FG 8-33; 2:40 DSU 10 HOW 3 DSU 00:13 Wilson 3 pass from Elko (Ward kick) 8-40; 2:31 DSU 17 HOW 3 3rd Qtr. DSU 11:44 Williams 79 INT return (Ward kick) DSU 24 HOW 3 HOW 10:00 Lefall 9 run (Fleck kick) 6-59; 1:39 DSU 24 HOW 10 HOW 08:12 Colvin 20 pass from McGhee (Fleck kick) 3-22; 1:10 DSU 24 HOW 17 HOW 04:34 Hartman 5 pass from McGhee (Fleck kick) 8-45; 3:29 DSU 24 HOW 24 4th Qtr. HOW 14:39 Lefall 3 run (Fleck kick) 11-80; 3:01 HOW 31 DSU 24 HOW 14:15 Pough 36 fumble return (Fleck kick) HOW 38 DSU 24 DSU 12:43 Tarpley 3 pass from Elko (Ward kick) 2-38; 0:24 HOW 38 DSU 31 HOW 04:18 Fleck 37 FG 10-60; 3:26 HOW 41 DSU 31 DSU 02:02 Ward 20 FG 11-72; 2:16 HOW 41 DSU 34 Team Statistics First Downs Rushes-Yards (net) Passing yards (net) Passes (A-C-I) Total Offense (plays-yards) Fumble Returns-yds.-TD Punt Returns- yds.-TD Kickoff returns – yds.-TD Int. returns- yds.-TD Punts (No. – avg.) Fumbles – lost Penalties – yds. Possession time Third down conversions Fourth down conversions Red zone scores-chances Sacks by: No. – yds.

DSU 22 24-59 286 49-30-1 73-345 0-0-0 2-20-0 6-107-0 1-79-1 6-44.0 4-3 2-10 27:30 9 of 17 0 of 0 5 of 5 0-0

HOW 28 58-347 179 28-18-1 86-526 1-36-1 2-(-4)-0 7-66-0 1-0-0 4-35.8 2-2 9-70 32:30 8 of 16 1 of 1 5 of 6 4-23

Delaware State led by 21 points early in the third quarter but was outscored 38-10 the rest of the way in a 41-34 loss to Howard in the season finale at Greene Stadium. The Hornets advanced to the Bison 35 on their final possession, but quarterback Nick Elko's pass to Travis Tarpley was intercepted with 1:26 left to play. Howard was able to run out the remaining time. The Bison scored 35 unanswered points after falling behind 24-3 in the third quarter. DSU committed a season-high four turnovers in the contest, resulting in 21 points for the Bison. Keyed by two Nick Elko to Justin Wilson touchdown passes (32, 3) in the second quarter, Delaware State led 17 -3 at the half. On the first possession of the second half, the Bison gained 68 yards to the Delaware State 30. Hornet cornerback Nick Williams ended the drive when he intercepted a pass by Howard's Greg McGhee, returning it 79 yards for a touchdown to give DSU a 24-3 lead with 11:44 left in the third quarter. It was the third interception in the last three games for Williams, and DSU's second interception return for a touchdown this season. Howard began its comeback on the ensuing possession. Terrence Lefall capped off a six-play, 59-yard drive with a nine-yard touchdown run to cut the Hornets' lead to 24-10 with 10:00 left in the third quarter. Lefall rushed for a career-high 253 yards and two touchdowns in the contest.Three plays after Elko lost a fumble on a sack, McGhee connected with Matthew Colvin on a 20-yard scoring pass to pull the Bison to within 24-17 with 8:12 remaining in the third.On the ensuing kickoff, Delaware State's Josh Bailey had a 29-yard return before fumbling the ball. Howard's James Williams recovered the ball at the DSU 45. Eight plays later, McGhee hooked up with Stewart Hartman on a five-yard touchdown pass on fourth-and-goal for the Bison. John Fleck's extra point tied the game at 24-24 with 4:34 left in the third quarter.After Delaware State failed to score on its next possession, Howard used a long drive to take the lead for the first time. The Bison marched 80 yards on 11 plays, capped off by a three yard touchdown run by LeFall, to take a 31-24 lead with 14:39 left to play. Another Delaware State turnover on the ensuing possession was returned for a touchdown to give the Bison a doubledigit lead. Elko connected with Bailey on a 15-yard pass play, but Howard's Ademol Olatunji forced a fumble on the run. Keith Pough recovered the ball for the Bison, returning it 36 yards for a touchdown to give his team a 38 -24 lead.

DELAWARE STATE Rushing William, Mal. Cheung

No. 13 5

Yds. 70 12

Passing Elko

A-C-I 49-30-1

TD 0 0

LG 32 5

AVG 5.4 2.2

TD 3

LG 28

Passing McGhee Receiving Colvin Flanagan Hartman

No. 12 8 3

Yds. 87 80 16

TD 1 2 0

LG 17 18 7

Punting Elko

No. 5

Avg. 44.4

LG 60

I20 0

Punt Returns Tarpley

No. 2

Yds. 20

TD 0

LG 18

Kickoff Returns Tarpley Mal. Williams

No. 3 2

Yds. 39 32

TD 0 0

LG 14 20

Interception Ret. Williams, N.

No. 1

Yds. 79

TD 1

LG 79

UA-A 8-5 6-4 9-0

TT 13 10 9

Rushing Lefall McGhee

Yds. 286

Receiving Tarpley Wilson Mal. Williams

Tackles Adjei Gunter Moore

HOWARD

TL-Yds. SK 1.5-3 2-9 1-1

No. Yds. 41 253 12 76 A-C-I 28-18-1

TD 2 0

Yds. 179

No. 6 5 3

Yds. 60 50 19

LG 39 18 TD 2

TD 1 0 1

LG 20 24 8

AVG 6.2 6.3 LG 24

Punting Fleck

No. 4

Avg. 35.8

LG 42

I20 1

Punt Returns Flanagan

No. 2

Yds. --4

TD 0

LG 0

Kickoff Returns Aquanius Freeman

No. 5

Yds. 48

TD 0

Tackles Pough David

UA-A 10-2 5-4

TT 12 9

LG 23

TL-Yds. SK 1.5-2

FF 0 1

(Left) Defensive end Rodney Gunter had 10 tackles, including two backfield stops, vs. Howard

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2012 COMBINED STATS

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97

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2012 DEFENSIVE STATS

98

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2012 TEAM GAME-BY-GAME STATS

MEAC CHAMPS - 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

99

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2012 OPPONENT GAME-BY-GAME STATS

100

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2012 INDIVIDUAL STATS

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101

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2012 DELAWARE STATE INDIVIDUAL/TEAM HIGHS INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes

22 140 2

Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions

60 56

Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions

398 3 83 12

Yards Receiving TD Receptions

171 2

Long Reception Field Goals

83 2

Long Field Goal Punts

32 8

Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

49.7 63 3

TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes

45 15 3.0 2

41 221 5.4 3

JACKSON,N. vs So. Carolina State (Oct 13, 2012) CHEUNG,D. vs Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) CHEUNG,D. vs Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) JACKSON,N. vs Hampton (Nov 10, 2012) WILLIAMS,Mal. at Cincinnati (09/14/12) ELKO,N at NC Central (Nov 03, 2012) 35 ELKO,N. at Delaware (Sep 08, 2012) ELKO,N at NC Central (Nov 03, 2012) ELKO,N at Morgan State (Oct 25, 2012) ELKO,N at Howard (Nov 17, 2012) ELKO,N vs Hampton (Nov 10, 2012) TARPLEY,T. at Morgan State (Oct 25, 2012) WILSON,J. at NC Central (Nov 03, 2012) TARPLEY,T. at Howard (Nov 17, 2012) TARPLEY,T. vs Hampton (Nov 10, 2012) TARPLEY,T. at Morgan State (Oct 25, 2012) TARPLEY,T. vs Hampton (Nov 10, 2012) WILSON,J. at Howard (Nov 17, 2012) TARPLEY,T. vs Hampton (Nov 10, 2012) WARD,M. at Norfolk State (Oct 06, 2012) WARD,M. at Morgan State (Oct 25, 2012) WARD,M. at NC Central (Nov 03, 2012) WARD,M. at Howard (Nov 17, 2012) WARD,M. at Howard (Nov 17, 2012) KANO,M. vs VMI (Sep 01, 2012) KANO,M. at Cincinnati (09/14/12) KANO,M. vs Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) ELKO,N at Norfolk State (Oct 06, 2012) KANO,M. vs NCAT (Oct 20, 2012) 18 TARPLEY,T. at Howard (Nov 17, 2012) TARPLEY,T. at Morgan State (Oct 25, 2012) COLSTON,T at Norfolk State (Oct 06, 2012) GUNTER,R. at NC Central (Nov 03, 2012) 3.5 GUNTER,R. at NC Central (Nov 03, 2012) MOORE,D at Norfolk State (Oct 06, 2012) COLSTON,T vs So. Carolina State (Oct 13, 2012) vs Hampton (Nov 10, 2012) vs Hampton (Nov 10, 2012) vs Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) vs Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) vs Hampton (Nov 10, 2012) at NC Central (Nov 03, 2012) 35 at Delaware (Sep 08, 2012) at NC Central (Nov 03, 2012) at Morgan State (Oct 25, 2012) vs Hampton (Nov 10, 2012) at Howard (Nov 17, 2012) at NC Central (Nov 03, 2012) vs Hampton (Nov 10, 2012) vs Hampton (Nov 10, 2012) vs Hampton (Nov 10, 2012) 5 at NC Central (Nov 03, 2012) at NC Central (Nov 03, 2012) at Delaware (Sep 08, 2012) at Cincinnati (09/14/12) vs Hampton (Nov 10, 2012) at Howard (Nov 17, 2012) 3 at Norfolk State (Oct 06, 2012) vs So. Carolina State (Oct 13, 2012) at NC Central (Nov 03, 2012) vs VMI (Sep 01, 2012) at Cincinnati (09/14/12) 49.7 vs Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) at Norfolk State (Oct 06, 2012) vs NCAT (Oct 20, 2012) at Howard (Nov 17, 2012)

Pass attempts Pass completions

56

Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties

398 11.6 3 82 512 7.8 35

Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

95 4

Punts

8

Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return

63 3 18

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23 9

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2012 OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL/TEAM HIGHS OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS Rushes 41 Yards Rushing 253 TD Rushes 2 Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes

41 38 30 399 3

Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions

86 11 122 2

Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt

86 3 46 7 48.5 54

Punts inside 20

2

Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss

92 100 18 2.0 2.5

Interceptions

1

OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes 58 Yards Rushing 347 Yards Per Rush 6.0 TD Rushes 2 Pass attempts

38

Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes

31 405 10.7 3

Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs

86 526 7.1 41 4 28

Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By Punts Punting Avg Long Punt

14 119 6 2 7 48.0 54

Punts inside 20

2

Long Punt Return

92

LEFALL,Terrence, at Howard (Nov 17, 2012) LEFALL,Terrence, at Howard (Nov 17, 2012) COUNCIL,Robert, at Morgan State (Oct 25, 2012) LEFALL,Terrence, at Howard (Nov 17, 2012) COUNCIL,Robert, at Morgan State (Oct 25, 2012) KORDENBROCK, E., vs VMI (Sep 01, 2012) FLEMING,Damien, vs Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) FLEMING,Damien, vs Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) FLEMING,Damien, vs Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) CHAMPION,Travis, vs Hampton (Nov 10, 2012) BASMAGIAN,Jake, at Norfolk State (Oct 06, 2012) HARVEY,Travis, vs Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) HARVEY,Travis, vs Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) Harrison, Jerel, at Delaware (Sep 08, 2012) HARVEY,Travis, vs Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) HEDGEMAN,Takeem, at Norfolk State (Oct 06, 2012) PARENT,Oleg, at NC Central (Nov 03, 2012) PARENT,Oleg, at NC Central (Nov 03, 2012) CIMAGLIA,Zach, vs NCAT (Oct 20, 2012) SHADDIX,Dylan, at Norfolk State (Oct 06, 2012) EBERHARDT, D., vs VMI (Sep 01, 2012) Zaragoza,Rauley, at Delaware (Sep 08, 2012) EBERHARDT, D., vs VMI (Sep 01, 2012) BELCHER,Nick, vs So. Carolina State (Oct 13, 2012) GOFORTH,Arthur, at NC Central (Nov 03, 2012) HENDRIX,Tyrone, at Morgan State (Oct 25, 2012) Worrilow, Paul, at Delaware (Sep 08, 2012) DAVIS,Brandon, vs Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) TRAIL,Lynden, at Norfolk State (Oct 06, 2012) SMITH,Bakari, at Morgan State (Oct 25, 2012) DAVID,Julien, at Howard (Nov 17, 2012) GRESHAM-CHISHOL, at Howard (Nov 17, 2012) Breaker, Tim, at Delaware (Sep 08, 2012) Tunstall, Ricky, at Delaware (Sep 08, 2012) CHENAULT, Arryn, at Cincinnati (09/14/12) McGEE,Kambrell, vs Hampton (Nov 10, 2012) OLATUNJI,Ademol, at Howard (Nov 17, 2012) at at at at at vs vs vs vs vs at vs vs at at vs at at vs at at at at at vs at vs at vs vs at

Howard (Nov 17, 2012) Howard (Nov 17, 2012) Howard (Nov 17, 2012) Morgan State (Oct 25, 2012) Howard (Nov 17, 2012) VMI (Sep 01, 2012) Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) Delaware (Sep 08, 2012) Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) Hampton (Nov 10, 2012) Howard (Nov 17, 2012) Howard (Nov 17, 2012) Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) Howard (Nov 17, 2012) Howard (Nov 17, 2012) Florida A&M (Sep 22, 2012) Howard (Nov 17, 2012) Norfolk State (Oct 06, 2012) Norfolk State (Oct 06, 2012) Cincinnati (09/14/12) Delaware (Sep 08, 2012) NCAT (Oct 20, 2012) Delaware (Sep 08, 2012) VMI (Sep 01, 2012) Delaware (Sep 08, 2012) VMI (Sep 01, 2012) So. Carolina State (Oct 13, 2012) NC Central (Nov 03, 2012)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2012 DELAWARE STATE TEAM STATS TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average KICKOFFS-Yards Average Per Kick Net kick average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games SCORE BY QUARTERS Delaware State Opponents

DSU 252 22.9 211 59 133 19 1088 1292 204 321 3.4 98.9 13 2828 259-413-5 6.8 10.9 257.1 15 3916 734 5.3 356.0 34-656 10-53 15-420 19.3 5.3 28.0 18-11 68-565 51.4 56-2210 39.5 32.6 51-2632 51.6 45.9 32:41 66/163 40% 8/12 67% 15-86 -5 31 12-19 1-1 (31-39) 79% (19-39) 49% (28-28) 100% 17925 5/3585 0/0 1st 2nd 34 98 47 81

OPP 243 22.1 232 109 106 17 1818 2034 216 421 4.3 165.3 8 2351 224-342-15 6.9 10.5 213.7 16 4169 763 5.5 379.0 48-993 21-243 5-100 20.7 11.6 20.0 19-16 78-686 62.4 44-1679 38.2 33.8 52-3002 57.7 38.4 30:03 73/159 46% 9/12 75% 21-125 44 29 14-21 0-0 (32-40) 80% (20-40) 50% (25-27) 93% 68801 6/11467 3rd 45 51

4th 72 58

OT 3 6

Total 252 243

2012 Honors All MEAC First Team QB Nick Elko (MEAC Offensive Player-of-the-Year); WR Travis Tarpley; WR Justin Wilson; OL Nail Muradymov; LB Ernest Adjei; DB Davon Moore Second Team OL Brandon Cunningham; DL Rodney Gunter; DB Terrick Colston MEAC All-Academic Ernest Adjei; Tarique Anderson; Josh Bailey; Justin Brewton; Dae-Hon Cheung; Brandon Cunningham; Mike Davis; Quinton Fortes; Frankie Glenn; Rodney Gunter; Trey Hall; Keith Hunter; Nagee Jackson; Xavier Jones; Marco Kano; Marlon Kelly; Robert King; Ryan Langdon; Tywan Lee; Clark McCready; Davon Moore; Keevon Prather; Aaron Richardson; Kimani Robinson; Cory Scot; Lamar Shaw; Gabe Sherrod; Isaiah Simpson; Matt Spicer; Thomas Threadgill MEAC Player of the Week Dae-Hon Cheung (Rookie) …..…...Sep. 24 vs. Florida A&M Davon Moore (Defense) …………....Oct. 8 vs. Norfolk State Terrick Colston (Rookie) …………..Oct. 15 vs. SC State Nail Muradymov (Offensive Line)….Oct. 25 vs. Morgan State Terrick Colston (Rookie) ……...….. Nov. 5 vs. NC Central Travis Tarpley (Offense) …….……..Nov. 12 vs. Hampton

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2012 MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE STATISTICS - TEAM LEADERS SCORING OFFENSE 1. Bethune-Cookman 2. N.C. Central 3. North Carolina A&T 4. Howard 5. DELAWARE STATE 6. Hampton 7. Morgan State 8. Florida A&M 9. Norfolk State 10. South Carolina State 11. Savannah State

G 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11

TD 46 40 35 38 31 27 27 26 26 26 20

FG 6 11 14 7 12 8 14 15 11 8 4

XPT 45 35 29 32 28 23 25 23 18 24 15

2XP 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Saf 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 339 308 283 281 252 217 229 224 207 204 147

Avg/G 30.8 28.0 25.7 25.5 22.9 21.7 20.8 20.4 18.8 18.5 13.4

SCORING DEFENSE 1. North Carolina A&T 2. Bethune-Cookman 3. DELAWARE STATE 4. Florida A&M 5. Norfolk State 6. South Carolina State 7. N.C. Central 8. Howard 9. Morgan State 10. Hampton 11. Savannah State

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11

TD 18 24 29 32 35 40 37 44 44 40 67

FG 9 9 14 11 8 9 16 8 8 9 9

XPT 17 22 25 29 32 36 32 34 37 37 65

2XP 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Saf 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

Pts 154 195 243 254 266 303 308 322 327 304 494

Avg/G 14.0 17.7 22.1 23.1 24.2 27.5 28.0 29.3 29.7 30.4 44.9

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Bethune-Cookman 2. Howard 3. Florida A&M 4. DELAWARE STATE 5. Hampton 6. Norfolk State 7. North Carolina A&T 8. South Carolina State 9. Morgan State 10. N.C. Central 11. Savannah State

G 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11

Rush 2722 2437 1351 1088 1481 1479 1861 1468 1647 1051 903

Pass 1513 1582 2598 2828 1691 2001 1597 1920 1573 1912 1862

Plays 785 817 728 734 684 726 742 732 732 683 700

Yards 4235 4019 3949 3916 3172 3480 3458 3388 3220 2963 2765

Avg/P 5.4 4.9 5.4 5.3 4.6 4.8 4.7 4.6 4.4 4.3 4.0

TD 41 35 26 28 25 22 27 22 24 30 18

Avg/G 385.0 365.4 359.0 356.0 317.2 316.4 314.4 308.0 292.7 269.4 251.4

TOTAL DEFENSE 1. North Carolina A&T 2. Norfolk State 3. Bethune-Cookman 4. Florida A&M 5. N.C. Central 6. Hampton 7. South Carolina State 8. DELAWARE STATE 9. Howard 10. Morgan State 11. Savannah State

G 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11

Rush 1015 1557 1415 1532 1367 1543 1926 1818 1909 1955 3152

Pass 1767 1502 1810 2003 2345 2079 2071 2351 2333 2477 1974

Plays 691 724 686 674 778 679 808 763 774 812 765

Yards 2782 3059 3225 3535 3712 3622 3997 4169 4242 4432 5126

Avg/P 4.0 4.2 4.7 5.2 4.8 5.3 4.9 5.5 5.5 5.5 6.7

TD 14 28 21 29 33 37 34 24 40 42 63

Avg/G 252.9 278.1 293.2 321.4 337.5 362.2 363.4 379.0 385.6 402.9 466.0

RUSHING OFFENSE 1. Bethune-Cookman 2. Howard 3. North Carolina A&T 4. Morgan State 5. Hampton 6. Norfolk State 7. South Carolina State 8. Florida A&M 9. DELAWARE STATE 10. N.C. Central 11. Savannah State

G 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11

Att. 561 534 476 429 381 386 415 357 321 382 364

Yards 2722 2437 1861 1647 1481 1479 1468 1351 1088 1051 903

Avg/A 4.9 4.6 3.9 3.8 3.9 3.8 3.5 3.8 3.4 2.8 2.5

Long 93 71 64 80 61 71 43 81 60 47 26

TD 27 25 23 19 15 13 11 8 13 16 8

Avg/G 247.5 221.5 169.2 149.7 148.1 134.5 133.5 122.8 98.9 95.5 82.1

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2012 MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE STATISTICS - TEAM LEADERS RUSHING DEFENSE 1. North Carolina A&T 2. N.C. Central 3. Bethune-Cookman 4. Florida A&M 5. Norfolk State 6. Hampton 7. DELAWARE STATE

G 11 11 11 11 11 10 11

Att. 376 428 363 388 466 396 421

PASS OFFENSE 1. DELAWARE STATE 2. Florida A&M 3. Norfolk State 4. South Carolina State 5. N.C. Central

G 11 11 11 11 11

PASS DEFENSE 1. Norfolk State 2. North Carolina A&T 3. Bethune-Cookman 4. Savannah State 5. Florida A&M 6. South Carolina State 7. Hampton 8. Howard 9. N.C. Central 10. DELAWARE STATE

Yards 1015 1367 1415 1532 1557 1543 1818

Avg/A 2.7 3.2 3.9 3.9 3.3 3.9 4.3

Long 58 93 51 89 35 81 41

TD 8 23 13 19 15 19 8

Avg/G 92.3 124.3 128.6 139.3 141.5 154.3 165.3

Comp-Att-Int 259-413-5 261-371-6 196-340-21 158-317-18 178-301-15

Pct. 62.7 70.4 57.6 49.8 59.1

Yds 2828 2598 2001 1920 1912

Avg/A 6.8 7.0 5.9 6.1 6.4

TD 15 18 9 11 14

Avg/G 257.1 236.2 181.9 174.5 173.8

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11

Comp-Att-Int 127-258-13 170-315-15 167-323-19 160-252-11 176-286-8 197-356-9 165-283-7 205-361-4 211-350-11 224-342-15

Pct. 49.2 54.0 51.7 63.5 61.5 55.3 58.3 56.8 60.3 65.5

Yds 1502 1767 1810 1974 2003 2071 2079 2333 2345 2351

Avg/A 5.8 5.6 5.6 7.8 7.0 5.8 7.3 6.5 6.7 6.9

TD 13 6 8 17 10 16 18 19 10 16

Avg/G 136.5 160.6 164.5 179.5 182.1 188.3 207.9 212.1 213.2 213.7

PASS EFFICIENCY 1. Florida A&M 2. DELAWARE STATE 3. Bethune-Cookman 4. N.C. Central 5. Howard

G 11 11 11 11 11

Comp-Att-Int 261-371-6 259-413-5 125-224-5 178-301-15 150-283-5

Pct. 70.4 62.7 55.8 59.1 53.0

Yds 2598 2828 1513 1912 1582

Avg/G 236.2 257.1 137.5 173.8 143.8

TD 18 15 14 14 10

Effic. 141.9 129.8 128.7 117.9 108.1

PASS DEFENSE EFFIC. 1. Bethune-Cookman 2. North Carolina A&T 3. Norfolk State 4. South Carolina State 5. N.C. Central 6. Howard 7. Florida A&M 8. Morgan State 9. DELAWARE STATE

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

Comp-Att-Int 167-323-19 170-315-15 127-258-13 197-356-9 211-350-11 205-361-4 176-286-8 208-353-14 224-342-15

Pct. 51.7 54.0 49.2 55.3 60.3 56.8 61.5 58.9 65.5

Yds 1810 1767 1502 2071 2345 2333 2003 2477 2351

Avg/G 164.5 160.6 136.5 188.3 213.2 212.1 182.1 225.2 213.7

TD 8 6 13 16 10 19 10 21 16

Effic. 95.2 97.9 104.7 114.0 119.7 126.2 126.3 129.6 129.9

KICKOFF RETURNS 1. Hampton 2. Morgan State 3. N.C. Central 4. Florida A&M 5. South Carolina State 6. Norfolk State 7. Howard 8. DELAWARE STATE

G 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

No. 48 43 43 42 32 35 48 34

Yards 1194 988 968 914 685 702 948 656

TD 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0

Long 100 100 90 54 96 70 100 45

Avg. 24.9 23.0 22.5 21.8 21.4 20.1 19.8 19.3

PUNT RETURN AVG 1. N.C. Central 2. Savannah State 3. North Carolina A&T 4. Howard 5. South Carolina State 6. Morgan State 7. Bethune-Cookman 8. Florida A&M 9. Hampton 10. DELAWARE STATE

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11

No. 16 5 30 21 31 18 14 21 19 10

Yards 392 91 358 217 275 129 99 143 117 53

TD 5 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

Long 92 43 77 42 35 30 14 39 39 18

Avg. 24.5 18.2 11.9 10.3 8.9 7.2 7.1 6.8 6.2 5.3

106

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2012 MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE STATISTICS - TEAM LEADERS INTERCEPTIONS 1. Bethune-Cookman 2. DELAWARE STATE 3. North Carolina A&T 4. Morgan State 5. Norfolk State

G 11 11 11 11 11

No. 19 15 15 14 13

Yards 226 420 234 231 168

TD 1 3 4 1 1

Long 90 85 58 72 42

Avg. 11.9 28.0 15.6 16.5 12.9

PUNTING 1. Hampton 2. Bethune-Cookman 3. Morgan State 4. No. Carolina A&T 5. DELAWARE STATE

G 10 11 11 11 11

No. 44 52 62 52 56

Yards 1684 1888 2420 1918 2210

Avg/P 38.3 36.3 39.0 36.9 39.5

Ret. 45 37 161 84 243

Avg/R 1.0 0.7 2.6 1.6 4.3

TB 3 2 5 3 7

Net/P 35.9 34.8 34.8 34.1 32.6

G 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

No. 50 60 42 60 52 45 47 47 62 51

Yards 2938 3529 2416 3585 2987 2568 2647 2826 3427 2632

Avg. 58.8 58.8 57.5 59.8 57.4 57.1 56.3 60.1 55.3 51.6

Ret. 800 964 706 1100 847 692 564 898 1103 993

TB 5 8 4 11 9 9 17 11 6 2

NetAvg 40.8 40.1 38.8 37.8 37.7 37.7 37.1 36.3 35.5 31.4

Total 222 221 211 209 196

Avg/G 20.2 20.1 19.2 19.0 19.6

KICKOFF COVERAGE 1. Florida A&M 2. N.C. Central 3. Hampton 4. North Carolina A&T 5. Howard 6. South Carolina State 7. Norfolk State 8. Morgan State 9. Bethune-Cookman 10. DELAWARE STATE FIELD GOALS 1. Florida A&M 2. Hampton 3. Savannah State 4. DELAWARE STATE 5. Norfolk State

G 11 10 11 11 11

Made 15 8 4 12 11

Att 18 11 6 19 18

Pct. .833 .727 .667 .632 .611

PAT KICKING 1. DELAWARE STATE Hampton 3. Bethune-Cookman 4. Morgan State 5. South Carolina State

G 11 10 11 11 11

Made 28 23 45 25 24

Att 28 23 46 26 26

Pct. 1.000 1.000 .978 .962 .923

SACKS BY 1. Norfolk State 2. Florida A&M 3. South Carolina State 4. Morgan State 5. Howard 6. Bethune-Cookman N.C. Central 8. North Carolina A&T 9. Hampton 10. DELAWARE STATE

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11

No. 35 31 29 24 23 21 21 20 16 15

Yards 229 200 171 137 155 119 130 110 118 86

Avg/G 3.18 2.82 2.64 2.18 2.09 1.91 1.91 1.82 1.60 1.36

SACKS AGAINST 1. North Carolina A&T 2. South Carolina State 3. Howard 4. Norfolk State 5. Bethune-Cookman 6. DELAWARE STATE

G 11 11 11 11 11 11

No. 13 17 17 18 20 21

Yards 85 94 89 106 138 125

Avg/G 1.18 1.55 1.55 1.64 1.82 1.91

FIRST DOWNS 1. Bethune-Cookman 2. Howard 3. DELAWARE STATE 4. Florida A&M 5. Hampton

G 11 11 11 11 10

Rush 138 121 59 69 94

Pass 67 80 133 116 71

Pen 17 20 19 24 31

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2012 MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE STATISTICS - TEAM LEADERS OPPONENT 1ST DOWNS 1. North Carolina A&T 2. Norfolk State 3. Bethune-Cookman 4. Hampton 5. Florida A&M 6. N.C. Central 7. South Carolina State 8. Howard 9. DELAWARE STATE

G 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11

Rush 49 84 70 87 87 75 101 97 109

Pass 83 73 88 89 92 109 95 102 106

Pen 8 24 27 22 25 22 20 21 17

3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 1. Bethune-Cookman 2. DELAWARE STATE 3. Howard 4. Florida A&M 5. North Carolina A&T

G 11 11 11 11 11

Conv. 80 66 69 59 57

Att. 170 163 174 157 152

Pct. 47.1 40.5 39.7 37.6 37.5

OPP 3RD-DN CONVERT 1. Bethune-Cookman 2. Florida A&M 3. North Carolina A&T 4. Norfolk State 5. South Carolina State 6. N.C. Central 7. Morgan State 8. Hampton 9. Howard 10. DELAWARE STATE

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11

Conv. 43 39 57 61 66 65 61 57 73 73

Att. 143 128 168 165 176 171 158 139 169 159

Pct. 30.1 30.5 33.9 37.0 37.5 38.0 38.6 41.0 43.2 45.9

4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 1. DELAWARE STATE 2. Hampton 3. South Carolina State Norfolk State 5. Florida A&M

G 11 10 11 11 11

Conv. 8 10 4 8 6

Att. 12 18 8 16 13

Pct. 66.7 55.6 50.0 50.0 46.2

OPP 4TH-DN CONVERT 1. North Carolina A&T 2. Savannah State 3. Bethune-Cookman 4. South Carolina State 5. Howard 6. Hampton N.C. Central 8. Morgan State Norfolk State 10. Florida A&M 11. DELAWARE STATE

G 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11

Conv. 6 4 6 7 6 9 9 12 6 8 9

Att. 22 12 16 15 12 17 17 22 11 12 12

Pct. 27.3 33.3 37.5 46.7 50.0 52.9 52.9 54.5 54.5 66.7 75.0

No. 69 68 83 87 85

Yards 559 565 710 747 758

Avg/G 50.8 51.4 64.5 67.9 68.9

G 11 11 11 11 11

Total possesion 363:31 359:31 358:23 343:37 337:42

PENALTIES 1. North Carolina A&T 2. DELAWARE STATE 3. N.C. Central 4. Morgan State 5. Savannah State TIME OF POSSESSION 1. Bethune-Cookman 2. DELAWARE STATE 3. Florida A&M 4. North Carolina A&T 5. Howard

108

G 11 11 11 11 11

Total 140 181 185 198 204 206 216 220 232

Avg/G 12.7 16.5 16.8 19.8 18.5 18.7 19.6 20.0 21.1

Average/game 33:02 32:41 32:34 31:14 30:42

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2012 MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE STATISTICS - TEAM LEADERS TURNOVER MARGIN 1. Bethune-Cookman 2. DELAWARE STATE 3. Florida A&M 4. North Carolina A&T 5. Morgan State

Fum 15 16 12 14 8

Int 19 15 8 15 14

Tot 34 31 20 29 22

Fum 11 11 7 9 11

Int 5 5 6 16 7

Tot 16 16 13 25 18

RED ZONE OFFENSE 1. South Carolina State 2. Bethune-Cookman 3. DELAWARE STATE 4. Florida A&M 5. Norfolk State

G 11 11 11 11 11

Scores 20-24 36-44 31-39 30-40 26-35

Pct. 83.3 81.8 79.5 75.0 74.3

TDs (R-P) 14 9-5 30 21-9 19 11-8 18 6-12 19 13-6

FGs 6-8 6-13 12-18 12-13 7-10

TurnO 2 0 1 2 3

RED ZONE DEFENSE 1. Bethune-Cookman 2. North Carolina A&T 3. South Carolina State 4. Norfolk State 5. Morgan State 6. Hampton 7. Florida A&M 8. DELAWARE STATE

G 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11

Scores 21-34 17-27 30-43 25-33 36-46 38-48 31-39 32-40

Pct. 61.8 63.0 69.8 75.8 78.3 79.2 79.5 80.0

TDs (R-P) 13 11-2 10 6-4 23 14-9 20 13-7 30 19-11 29 18-11 23 15-8 20 7-13

FGs 8-13 7-10 7-14 5-10 6-13 9-13 8-12 12-15

TurnO 5 3 3 1 2 4 3 4

ON-SIDE KICKS BY 1. Howard 2. DELAWARE STATE 3. Savannah State 4. Hampton 5. Morgan State

G 11 11 11 10 11

Recovered Attempts Success% 1-1 100.0 1-1 100.0 0-2 0.0 0-2 0.0 0-1 0.0

Margin +18 +15 +7 +4 +4

Per/G 1.64 1.36 0.64 0.36 0.36

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2012 MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE STATISTICS - INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING 1. SCHWARTZ,Jeremi-HAM 2. JACKSON,Isidore-BCU 3. DAVIDSON,Travis-MSU 4. MAYHEW,Mike-NCAT 5. ROCKER,Eddie-FAMU 6. SCOTT,Rodney-BCU 7. WATERS,Brodrick-BCU 8. GOFORTH,Arthur-NCCU 9. WILLIAMS,Quenti-BCU 10. WIILLIAMS,MAL.-DSU

Cl Sr Jr Sr Sr Sr Sr Sr Sr So Jr

G 9 11 11 11 11 11 9 11 9 9

Att. 196 173 206 198 148 134 66 146 99 90

PASSING AVG/GAME 1. ELKO,N-DSU 2. FLEMING,Damien-FAMU 3. CUE,Richard-SCSU 4. CHAMPION,Travis-HAM 5. BOSTICK,Antonio-SSU

Cl Sr So Jr So Jr

G 11 11 11 8 11

PASS EFFICIENCY 1. WILLIAMS,Quenti-BCU 2. FLEMING,Damien-FAMU 3. ELKO,N-DSU 4. REID,Jordan-NCCU 5. CHAMPION,Travis-HAM

Cl So So Sr Jr So

RECEPTIONS/GAME 1. TARPLEY,T.-DSU 2. LENNON,Lenworth-FAMU 3. WILSON,J.-DSU

Avg. 5.3 5.7 4.7 4.3 4.7 4.4 7.3 3.9 4.5 4.9

TD 11 10 12 7 1 5 5 3 3 2

Lg 61 93 80 64 33 46 35 47 51 60

Comp-Att-Int 259-412-5 214-308-5 144-290-14 119-202-11 118-283-13

Yds 2828 2157 1819 1237 1629

TD 15 16 11 8 8

Avg/G 257.1 196.1 165.4 154.6 148.1

G 9 11 11 11 8

Comp-Att-Int 77-124-2 214-308-5 259-412-5 154-247-12 119-202-11

Yds 948 2157 2828 1589 1237

TD 10 16 15 13 8

Eff. 149.7 142.2 130.1 124.0 112.5

Cl Sr So Sr

G 11 10 11

No. 86 71 66

Yds 1058 699 806

TD 7 4 6

Lg 83 57 54

Yds/G 96.2 69.9 73.3

Rec/G 7.8 7.1 6.0

RECEIVE YDS/GAME 1. TARPLEY,T.-DSU 2. HARVEY,Travis-FAMU 3. WILSON,J.-DSU

Cl Sr Sr Sr

G 11 11 11

No. 86 65 66

Yds 1058 808 806

TD 7 7 6

Lg 83 75 54

Avg/C 12.3 12.4 12.2

Yds/G 96.2 73.5 73.3

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. ELKO,N-DSU 2. FLEMING,Damien-FAMU 3. CUE,Richard-SCSU

Cl Sr So Jr

G 11 11 11

Rush -75 194 322

Pass 2828 2157 1819

Plays 448 394 386

Total 2753 2351 2141

Yds/G 250.3 213.7 194.6

NICK ELKO

110

Yds 1043 992 958 848 694 594 479 575 449 437

Avg/G 115.9 90.2 87.1 77.1 63.1 54.0 53.2 52.3 49.9 48.6

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2012 MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE STATISTICS - INDIVIDUAL LEADERS SCORING 1. SCHWARTZ,Jeremi-HAM 2. DAVIDSON,Travis-MSU 3. PARENT,Oleg-NCCU 4. CIMAGLIA,Zach-NCAT GONZALEZ,Ervin-MSU VARNADORE,Chase-FAMU 7. JACKSON,Isidore-BCU 8. WARD,M.-DSU

Cl Sr Sr So Fr Sr So Jr So

G 9 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

TD 11 13 0 0 0 0 11 0

FG 0 0 11 14 14 15 0 12

XPT 0 0 35 25 25 22 0 28

2XP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 66 78 68 67 67 67 66 64

Pts/G 7.3 7.1 6.2 6.1 6.1 6.1 6.0 5.8

SCORING (TDs) 1. SCHWARTZ,Jeremi-HAM 2. DAVIDSON,Travis-MSU 3. JACKSON,Isidore-BCU 4. RIDDICK,Brendon-NSU 5. OWENS,James-FAMU TARPLEY,T.-DSU

Cl Sr Sr Jr Fr Jr Sr

G 9 11 11 10 11 11

TD 11 13 11 8 7 7

Run 11 12 10 7 5 0

Pass 0 1 1 1 2 7

Ret 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pat 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 66 78 66 48 42 42

SCORING (KICK) 1. PARENT,Oleg-NCCU 2. CIMAGLIA,Zach-NCAT GONZALEZ,Ervin-MSU VARNADORE,Chase-FAMU 5. WARD,M.-DSU

Cl So Fr Sr So So

G 11 11 11 11 11

PAT 35-39 25-27 25-26 22-25 28-28

FG 11-21 14-24 14-23 15-18 12-19

Pts 68 67 67 67 64

Avg/G 6.2 6.1 6.1 6.1 5.8

KICK RETURN AVG 1. OWENS,James-FAMU 2. TARPLEY,T.-DSU

Cl Jr Sr

G 11 11

No. 39 25

Yds 904 486

TD 0 0

Long 54 45

Avg/G 23.2 19.4

ALL PURPOSE 1. TARPLEY,T.-DSU 2. GOFORTH,Arthur-NCCU 3. OWENS,James-FAMU 4. SCHWARTZ,Jeremi-HAM 5. DAVIDSON,Travis-MSU

Cl Sr Sr Jr Sr Sr

G 11 11 11 9 11

Rush 0 575 341 1043 958

Rcv 1058 258 170 82 188

PR 53 179 0 0 0

KR 486 472 904 0 15

Yds 1597 1484 1415 1125 1161

Avg/G 145.2 134.9 128.6 125.0 105.5

PUNTING 1. SHADDIX,Dylan-NSU 2. STOVALL,Jordan-HAM 3. GONZALEZ,Ervin-MSU 4. KANO,M.-DSU 5. BELCHER,Nick-SCSU

Cl Jr Sr Sr Jr Jr

G 10 10 11 10 11

No. 53 41 61 42 75

Yds 2149 1630 2406 1656 2921

Lg 58 62 59 62 62

I20 10 11 14 12 20

50+ 7 5 6 7 10

TB 3 2 5 4 5

FIELD GOALS 1. VARNADORE,Chase-FAMU 2. GONZALEZ,Ervin-MSU CIMAGLIA,Zach-NCAT 4. WARD,M.-DSU 5. GOLDBERG,E.-NSU

Cl So Sr Fr So Sr

G 11 11 11 11 11

Made 15 14 14 12 11

Att. 18 23 24 19 18

Long 46 47 42 32 51

Pct. 83.3 60.9 58.3 63.2 61.1

FG/G 1.36 1.27 1.27 1.09 1.00

PAT KICKING PCT 1. WARD,M.-DSU DURHAM,Taurean-HAM 3. HURD,Sven-BCU 4. GONZALEZ,Ervin-MSU 5. CIMAGLIA,Zach-NCAT

Cl So Sr Jr Sr Fr

G 11 10 11 11 11

Made 28 23 45 25 25

Att. 28 23 46 26 27

Pct. 100.0 100.0 97.8 96.2 92.6

SACKS 1. ROBINSON,Chris-MSU 2. RICHARDSON,LeBr-BCU 3. TRAIL,Lynden-NSU PUGH,Terrence-NSU 5. RIDDICK,George-NSU 6. YOUNG,Stephen-NCCU 7. GUNTER,R.-DSU

Cl So So So Sr So Sr So

G 9 11 11 11 11 10 11

Solo 6 7 6 5 4 4 5

Ast 3 1 0 2 3 3 1

Total 8.5 8.5 6.0 6.0 5.5 5.5 5.5

Avg/G 0.94 0.77 0.55 0.55 0.50 0.55 0.50

TACKLES FOR LOSS 1. GRESHAM-CHISHOL-HOW 2. TRAIL,Lynden-NSU 3. YOUNG,Stephen-NCCU 4. ROBINSON,Chris-MSU 5. RICHARDSON,LeBr-BCU 6. SMITH,Bakari-MSU 7. ADJEI,E.-DSU 16. HYPPOLITE,Ellie-FAMU GUNTER,R.-DSU

Cl Fr So Sr So So Sr Jr Sr So

G 10 11 10 9 11 10 11 11 11

Solo 16 13 12 10 11 9 8 8 7

Ast 4 8 7 7 4 6 7 2 4

Total 18.0 17.0 15.5 13.5 13.0 12.0 11.5 9.0 9.0

Avg/G 1.80 1.55 1.55 1.50 1.18 1.20 1.05 0.82 0.82

Avg/G 7.3 7.1 6.0 4.8 3.8 3.8

Avg. 40.5 39.8 39.4 39.4 38.9

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL 2012 MID-EASTERN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE STATISTICS - INDIVIDUAL LEADERS PASSES DEFENDED 1. CROMARTIE,Malik-NCCU 2. MATTHEWS,Aaron-HAM 3. GRAHAM,D'Vonte-NCAT 4. WILSON,John-SSU RANKIN,Joe-MSU JOHNSON,Devonta-FAMU 16. COLSTON,T-DSU

Cl Sr Fr Jr Jr Jr So Fr

G 11 10 11 11 11 10 11

BrUp 11 9 8 7 6 8 5

Int. 5 2 4 4 5 2 3

Total 16 11 12 11 11 10 8

Avg/G 1.45 1.10 1.09 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.73

INTERCEPTIONS 1. CROMARTIE,Malik-NCCU RANKIN,Joe-MSU 3. MOORE,D-DSU GRAHAM,D'Vonte-NCAT WILSON,John-SSU 6. WILLIAMS,N-DSU

Cl Sr Jr So Jr Jr Sr

G 11 11 11 11 11 9

No. 5 5 4 4 4 3

Yds 90 78 175 65 52 91

TD 0 1 0 1 0 1

Long 46 72 70 58 26 79

FUMBLES FORCED 1. GIDDENS,Jamal-NSU 2. GRESHAM-CHISHOL-HOW COKE,Marcell-NSU 4. MOORE,D-DSU AYERS,Nathan-MSU AYANBIOLA,O-DSU

Cl Sr Fr So So So Sr

G 9 10 10 11 11 11

No. 3 3 3 3 3 3

Avg/G 0.33 0.30 0.30 0.27 0.27 0.27

FUMBLES RECOVERED 1. SMITH,Ryan-NCCU 2. WILLIAMS,N-DSU JOHNSON,Carvin-HAM 4. GRESHAM-CHISHOL-HOW FORTES,Q.-DSU

Cl Fr Sr Jr Fr Sr

G 11 9 9 10 10

No. 4 3 3 3 3

Avg/G 0.36 0.33 0.33 0.30 0.30

TACKLES (All positions) 1. DAVID,Julien-HOW 2. ROBERTS,Elandon-MSU 3. MOORE,D-DSU 4. CROSBY,Travis-NCAT 5. COLSTON,T-DSU 6. ADJEI,E.-DSU 7. GIBSON,Lyndell-HAM 8. GRANT,D'Vonte-NCAT FIELDS,Jarkevis-BCU TYLER,Delbert-HAM 11. BOYD,J-DSU 12. HEPBURN,Brandon-FAMU 13. RESBY,Tabrian-HOW 14. POUGH,Keith-HOW 15. HUGHES,Justin-SCSU 16. BURDEN,Wayne-SSU 17. INGRAM,Cortney-SCSU 18. STEPHENS,Allen-MSU 19. JERMIN,Jeremy-HAM 20. TRAIL,Lynden-NSU WILLIAMS,T.-SSU 22. JOHNSON,Carvin-HAM 23. CLODFELTER,Tony-NCAT 24. WILSON,John-SSU 25. SINGLETON,Brent-NSU 26. PILLOW,Jonathan-FAMU 27. SMITH,Ryan-NCCU 28. HUBBARD,Rickie-NCCU 29. COKE,Marcell-NSU 30. LANE,DAWUD-BCU 31. FULLER,Calvin-MSU JONES,Jerry-MSU AYANBIOLA,O-DSU

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

G 11 11 11 10 11 11 10 11 11 10 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 10 10 11 11 9 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 11 11 11

Solo 67 59 63 43 46 49 43 43 40 31 49 60 45 44 54 44 46 33 26 33 32 31 26 42 27 47 35 28 27 35 31 37 27

Ast 41 48 34 44 49 44 40 45 48 49 38 26 36 28 24 31 28 34 38 37 38 26 43 26 40 19 30 36 31 20 29 23 33

Total 108 107 97 87 95 93 83 88 88 80 87 86 81 72 78 75 74 67 64 70 70 57 69 68 67 66 65 64 58 55 60 60 60

Avg/G 9.8 9.7 8.8 8.7 8.6 8.5 8.3 8.0 8.0 8.0 7.9 7.8 7.4 7.2 7.1 6.8 6.7 6.7 6.4 6.4 6.4 6.3 6.3 6.2 6.1 6.0 5.9 5.8 5.8 5.5 5.5 5.5 5.5

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Avg/G 0.45 0.45 0.36 0.36 0.36 0.33

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History s d r o c e R &

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL

RUSHING RECORDS RUSHING YARDS – game Yds. 336 255 245 233 230 225 209 188 185 178

Player Gene Lake (33 att.) Fabian Thorne (36 att.) Gene Lake (27 att.) Reggie Barnes (16 att.) Kareem Jones (35 att.) Grayland King (22 att.) Gene Lake (26 att.) Terrance Hoover (17 att.) Bryan Jenkins (32 att.) Gene Lake (22 att.)

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS – career

Opp Liberty Morgan St Howard Ar.-Pine Bluff WSSU S.C. St. S.C. St. S.C. St. Norfolk State Liberty

Date 11/10/84 . 10/21/84 11/3/84 10/15/88 11/8/08 10/28/00 9/18/84 9/14/85 9/28/96 10/22/83

35 29 28 26 25 22 21 20 16

238 att. 233 att. 240 att. 187 att 226 att. 205 att. 178 att. 219 att. 205 att. 208 att.

1984 1988 1995 2006 1991 1987 2000 2001 1994 1986

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1982-84 1991-94 1985-88 1984-87 2005-08 1997-00 1988-91 1998-01 1991-92

LONGEST RUN FROM SCRIMMAGE (Yds.)

RUSHING YARDS - season 1,722 Gene Lake 1,336 Reggie Barnes 1,296 Fabian Thorne 1,230 Emmanuel Marc 1,200 Mike Murray 1,191 Terrance Hoover 1,186 Grayland King 1,127 Maurice Foster 1,089 Fabian Thorne 1,086 Terrance Hoover

Gene Lake Phil Anderson Reggie Barnes Terrance Hoover Vashon Winton Grayland King Mike Murray Maurice Foster Dakiel Shorts

TERRANCE HOOVER RUSHING ATTEMPTS - season 240 238 233 226 226 219 208 208 205 205

Fabian Thorne Gene Lake Reggie Barnes Mike Murray Rodney Roy Maurice Foster Terrance Hoover Johnny Rowe Terrance Hoover Fabian Thorne

1,296 1,722 1,336 1,200 885 1,127 1,086 1,039 1,191 1,089

1995 1984 1988 1991 2005 2001 1986 1981 1987 1994

90 87 86 80 80 80 80 80 80 78

Dwayne Henry Gene Lake Grayland King Grayland King Andrei Francis Durmont Perry Aaron Spears Reggie Barnes Dwayne Henry Chris Strother

Towson St. Liberty Howard Bethune-Cookman Northwestern St. Florida A&M Morgan St. Bethune-Cookman Towson St. Bethune-Cookman

10/26/85 11/10/84 11/21/98 10/7/00 9/13/03 10/19/96 10/23/93 10/5/86 10/29/83 10/11/08

RUSHING ATTEMPTS- career 591 556 548 480 445 423 419 411 364 357

Mike Murray Terrance Hoover Reggie Barnes Gene Lake Fabian Thorne Phil Anderson Grayland King Johnny Rowe Maurice Foster Rodney Roy

2,951 3,517 3,282 3,123 2,385 2,401 2,283 1,808 1,769 1,229

1988-91 1984-87 1985-88 1982-84 1994-95 1991-94 1997-00 1979-83 1998-01 2004-05

REGGIE BARNES

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS – game 6 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

GENE LAKE RUSHING YARDS- career 3,517 3,282 3,123 2,951 2,654 2,401 2,385 2,283 1,808 1,769

Terrance Hoover Reggie Barnes Gene Lake Mike Murray Steve Davis Phil Anderson Fabian Thorne Grayland King Johnny Rowe Maurice Foster

556 att. 548 att. 480 att. 591 att. -423 att. 445 att. 419 att. 411 att. 364 att.

1984-87 1985-88 1982-84 1988-91 1967-70 1991-94 1994-95 1997-00 1979-82 1998-01

RUSHING ATTEMPTS - game 36 35 35 33 32 32 32 32 32 31

Fabian Thorne (255 yards.) Kareem Jones (230 yards) Mike Murray (169 yards) Gene Lake (336 yards) Bryan Jenkins (185 yards) Herbert White (167 yards) Fabian Thorne (141 yards) Chris Strother (139 yards) Lucious Goodwine (131 yards) Maurice Foster (164 yards)

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Morgan St. WSSU Howard Liberty Norfolk St. Florida A&M Howard Florida A&M UMES Howard

10/21/95 11/8/08 11/23/91 11/10/84 9/28/96 10/13/90 11/19/94 9/4/08 10/2/76 10/17/01

Gene Lake Vashon Winton Maurice Foster Grayland King Terrance Hoover Vashon Winton Emmanuel Marc Maurice Foster Fabian Thorne Phil Anderson Bert Watson Dakiel Shorts Mike Murray Doug Reed Reggie Barnes Terrance Hoover Steve Holiday Gene Lake

Howard 11/3/84 Florida A&M 9/4/08 Howard 10/17/01 S.C. St. 10/28/00 S.C. St. 10/31/87 N.C. A&T 10/14/06 Concord (W.Va.) 11/4/06 Howard 11/20/99 Bethune-Cookman 10/1/84 Fayetteville St. 9/4/93 Morgan St. 10/23/93 Bethune-Cookman 9/19/92 N.C. A&T 11/9/91 Towson S. 9/22/90 District of Columbia 9/19/87 S.C. St. 9/19/87 N.C. A&T 9/22/84 Liberty 11/10/84

RUSHING YARDS PER GAME - season 172.2 122.6 119.1 117.8 111.8

Gene Lake Reggie Barnes Terrance Hoover Fabian Thorne Emmanuel Marc

1,722/10 games 1,336/10 games 1,191/10 games 1,296/11 games 1,230/11 games

1984 1988 1987 1995 2006

RUSHING YARDS PER GAME - career 124.9 108.4 95.1 82.0 80.0

Gene Lake Fabian Thorne Terrance Hoover Mike Murray Reggie Barnes

3,123/25 games 2,385/22 games 3,517/37 games 2,951/36 games 3,282/41 games

1982-84 1994-95 1984-87 1988-91 1985-88

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS - season 20 13 12 12 12 12 12 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Gene Lake Fabian Thorne Steve Davis Terrance Hoover Grayland King Maurice Foster Emmanuel Marc Steve Davis Vashon Winton Phil Anderson Bert Watson Dakiel Shorts Phil Anderson Reggie Barnes Gene Lake

1984 1994 1970 1987 2000 2001 2006 1970 2008 1993 1993 1992 1992 1986 1983

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL

RUSHING RECORDS INDIVIDUAL RUSHING LEADERS (By year) Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Name Steve Davis Norman Hayes Isaac Muns

Att. 183 N/A N/A

Norman Hayes Lucious Goodwine Lucious Goodwine Baron Harmon Anthony Beamon Johnny Rowe Johnny Rowe Doug Picott Gene Lake Gene Lake Terrance Hoover Terrance Hoover Terrance Hoover Reggie Barnes Michael Murray Michael Murray Michael Murray Dakiel Shorts Phil Anderson Fabian Thorne Fabian Thorne Thalamus Trammel Bryan Jenkins Grayland King Grayland King Grayland King Maurice Foster Dwayne Jenkins Afumiya McFadden Afumiya McFadden Rodney Roy Emmanuel Marc Kareem Jones Chris Strother Jaashawn Jones Jaashawn Jones Jaashawn Jones Malcolm Williams

94 123 148 120 157 113 208 147 190 238 112 208 205 233 181 158 226 112 155 205 240 96 154 64 167 178 219 98 66 112 226 187 169 123 151 161 112 90

Yds. 980 337 594 No Record No Record 326 483 660 400 631 443 1039 664 1069 1722 962 1086 1191 1336 902 708 1200 769 1082 1089 1296 605 766 404 667 1186 1127 398 206 438 885 1230 705 577 632 724 333 437

TD 11 N/A N/A

2 3 2 0 5 2 4 4 10 20 8 3 12 5 7 5 9 10 10 13 9 3 3 3 2 12 12 1 1 5 8 12 2 1 5 3 4 2

JAASHAWN JONES

100- YARD RUSHING GAMES (178 Total) - since 1970 YDS 336 225 245 233 230 225 209 188 185 178 177 176 174 174 171 171 170 169 167 167 167 165 165 165 164 164 163 162 160 160 159 156 156 156 155 152 152 151 150 149 149 149 149 149 147 147 146 146 145 144 144 144 144 143 143 143 143 142 141 140 140 140 139 139 139 138 138 138 137 137 136 135 135 134 134 134 133

PLAYER Gene Lake Fabian Thorne Gene Lake Reggie Barnes Kareem Jones Grayland King Gene Lake Terrance Hoover Bryan Jenkins Gene Lake Maurice Foster Terrance Hoover Gene Lake Gene Lake Kareem Jones Terrance Hoover Johnny Rowe Michael Murray Emmanuel Marc Michael Murray Herbert White Emmanuel Mar Fabian Thorne Anthony Beamon Reggie Barnes Gene Lake Gene Lake Maurice Foster Michael Murray Michael Murray Grayland King Fabian Thorne Reggie Barnes Johnny Rowe Terrance Hoover Wendell Watson Doug Reed Ralph Kimmerlin Dwayne Jenkins Maurice Foster Fabian Thorne Phil Anderson Terrance Hoover Johnny Rowe Bryan Jenkins Phil Anderson Grayland King Reggie Barnes Phil Anderson Thalamus Trammel Reggie Barnes Jaashawn Jones Johnny Rowe Maurice Foster Dakiel Shorts Tony Bethea Gene Lake Johnny Rowe Fabian Thorne Michael Murray Terrance Hoover Dae-Hon Cheung Chris Strother Rodney Roy Dakiel Shorts Michael Murray Terrance Hoover Gene Lake Rodney Roy Lucious Goodwine Phil Anderson Kareem Jones Michael Murray Fabian Thorne Michael Murray Reggie Barnes Rodney Roy

OPPONENT Liberty Baptist Morgan State Howard Arkansas-Pine Bluff Winston-Salem State So. Carolina State So .Carolina State So. Carolina State Norfolk State Liberty North Carolina A&T Ark.-Pine Bluff James Madison Northeastern Coastal Carolina Northern Iowa Howard Howard North Carolina A&T Jackson State Florida A&M Howard Morgan State Kentucky State No. Carolina A&T So. Carolina State Towson Howard Northeastern No. Carolina A&T Howard Rhode Island Southern (La.) Towson Northeastern So. Carolina St. Towson Shaw Morgan State Millersville Howard No. Carolina A&T No. Carolina A&T No. Carolina A&T Cheyney Liberty Bethune- Cookman Howard Fayetteville State Morgan State Bethune- Cookman NCA&T Central State Howard So. Carolina State Towson Central State E. Illinois Howard Towson Morgan State Florida A&M Florida A&M Morgan State No. Carolina A&T Morgan State Towson No. Carolina A&T Norfolk State Morgan State Morgan State Hampton Howard Bethune- Cookman Northeastern Morgan State Millersville

DATE Nov.10, 1984 Oct. 21, 1995 Nov. 3, 1984 Oct. 15, 1988 Nov.8, 2008 Oct.28, 2000 Sep.8, 1984 Sep. 14, 1987 Sep.28, 1996 Oct.22, 1983 Nov.24, 2001 Nov.14, 1987 Oct.6, 1984 Sept. 16, 1984 Sep. 1, 2007 Sep.28, 200 Oct.10, 1981 Nov.23, 1991 Oct.14, 2006 Oct.5, 1991 Oct. 13, 1990 Nov.18, 2006 Oct. 22, 1994 Oct.27, 1979 Nov.4, 1988 Sep.10, 1983 Oct. 20, 1984 Nov. 17, 2001 Nov.16, 1991 Nov.4, 1989 Nov. 18, 200 Sep.2, 1995 Aug. 30, 1986 Oct. 31, 1981 Nov.8, 1986 Nov. 2, 1991 Sep. 22, 1990 Nov. 6, 1976 Oct. 26, 2002 Sep.8, 2001 Nov. 1, 1995 Nov. 6, 1993 Nov. 8, 1986 Oct. 17, 1981 Sep. 6, 1997 Nov. 13, 1993 Oct. 7, 2000 Nov. 19, 1988 Sep. 4, 1993 Oct.26, 1996 Oct. 1, 1988 Oct. 16, 2010 Nov. 15, 1980 Nov. 20, 1999 Oct. 31, 1992 Sep. 22, 1990 Oct. 27, 1984 Nov. 21, 1981 Nov. 19, 1994 Sep. 21, 1991 Sep. 19, 1987 Sep. 22, 2012 Sep. 4, 2008 Oct. 22, 2005 Nov. 9, 1991 Oct. 26, 1991 Oct. 24, 1987 Sep. 22, 1984 Nov. 12, 2005 Oct. 22, 1977 Oct. 23, 1993 Sep. 29, 2007 Nov. 17, 1990 Oct. 1, 1994 Sep. 8, 1990 Oct. 22, 1988 Sep. 10, 2005

MEAC CHAMPS - 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

ATTEMPTS 33 36 27 16 35 22 26 17 32 22 26 22 30 22 24 14 22 24 19 35 32 21 24 18 22 14 29 31 27 22 22 19 16 23 18 13 8 14 23 30 26 16 25 19 25 23 13 31 14 10 28 30 16 27 14 16 24 14 32 23 24 20 32 28 16 24 28 21 21 23 13 26 25 19 26 28 16

115

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL

RUSHING RECORDS 100- YARD RUSHING GAMES, cont. (178 Total)

MIKE MURRAY

FABIAN THORNE

EMMANUEL MARC

116

YDS 133 132 132 131 131 130 130 130 130 130 129 129 129 128 127 127 127 127 126 126 126 126 125 125 125 124 124 124 123 123 123 122 122 122 122 122 120 120 119 119 119 119 119 118 118 118 117 117 117 116 116 116 116 116 116 114 114 113 113 113 112 112 111 111 111 111 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 110 109 109 109

PLAYER Aaron Spears Mac-Harrison-Dixon Pat Spencer Fabian Thorne Lucious Goodwine Emmanuel Marc Dean Noel Terrance Hoover Gene Lake Gene Lake Emmanuel Marc Reggie Brown Michael Murray Terrance Hoover Grayland King Wendell Watson John Barber Doug Picott Emmanuel Marc Fabian Thorne Reggie Barnes Eldridge Corner Phil Anderson Dakiel Shorts Dana McLean Grayland King Reggie Barnes Dwayne Henry Dennis Hill Bert Watson Bert Watson Kareem Jones Grayland King Fabian Thorne Terrance Hoover Gene Lake Terrance Hoover Malcolm Williams Phil Anderson Michael Murray Terrance Hoover Terrance Hoover Rod Lester Emmanuel Marc Bryan Jenkins Bert Watson Phil Anderson Michael Murray Anthony Beamon Afumiya McFadden Dakiel Shorts Eric Jones Terrance Hoover Terrance Hoover Lucious Goodwine Phil Anderson Jaasahwn Jones Clay Perry Gene Lake Malcolm Williams Phil Anderson Reggie Barnes Reggie Barnes Doug Picott Lucious Goodwine Anthony Beamon Chris Strother Emmanuel Marc Marc Foster Michael Murray Terrance Hoover Tyrone McGriff Johnny Rowe Doug Picott Bryan Jenkins Durmonr Perry Fabian Thorne

OPPONENT Morgan State Bethune- Cookman Bethune- Cookman Rhode Island UMES Norfolk State Grambling State So. Carolina State Towson Liberty Florida A&M Bethune-Cookman Bethune- Cookman Howard Bethune- Cookman Jackson State So. Carolina State No. Carolina A&T St. Francis No. Carolina A&T Bethune -Cookman Howard Bethune- Cookman Morgan State Howard Howard Western Illinois Towson Bethune-Cookman Bethune- Cookman Florida A&M Morgan State Morgan State Norfolk Howard Central State So. Carolina State Cincinnati So. Carolina State Northeastern Bethune- Cookman Akron No. Carolina A&T Concord No. Carolina Central Morgan State Morgan State Western Illinois No. Carolina A&T Norfolk State Youngstown State Grambling State Towson No. Carolina A&T Kentucky State Bethune- Cookman Morgan State Cheyney UDC Hampton Towson Eastern Kentucky Florida A&M Virginia State UMES No. Carolina Central Bethune- Cookman Northwestern State Morgan State No. Carolina A&T Bethune- Cookman Bowie State West Chester Howard Liberty Florida A&M No. Carolina A&T

DATE Oct. 23, 1993 Oct. 2, 1993 Sep. 29, 1984 Nov. 12, 1994 Oct. 2, 1976 Nov. 11, 2006 Sep. 26, 1992 Nov. 1, 1986 Oct. 30, 1982 Nov. 20, 1982 Sep. 2, 2006 Oct. 5, 1996 Oct. 7, 1989 Nov. 23, 1985 Oct.20, 1999 Oct. 5, 1991 Oct. 29. 1988 Oct. 29, 1988 Sept.9, 2006 Nov. 5, 1994 Oct. 18, 1986 Oct.9, 1982 Oct. 2, 1993 Oct. 24, 1992 Nov. 21, 1992 Nov.21, 1988 Nov. 12, 1988 Oct. 29, 1983 Oct. 4, 1996 Oct, 2, 1993 Oct.16, 1993 Oct. 20, 2007 Oct. 21, 2000 Sep. 30, 1995 Nov.21, 1987 Nov. 5, 1983 Oct. 31, 1987 Sep. 15, 2012 Oct. 30, 1993 Sep. 16, 1989 Oct. 3, 1987 Oct. 17, 1987 Oct 16, 1982 Nov. 4, 2006 Sep. 21, 1996 Oct. 23, 1993 Oct. 24, 1992 Sept. 23, 1989 Nov. 10, 1979 Nov. 13, 2004 Sept. 12, 1992 Sept. 26, 1992 Oct. 26, 1985 Sept. 22, 1984 Oct. 29, 1977 Sept. 19, 1992 Oct.. 23, 2010 Sep. 6, 1997 Sept. 24, 1983 Nov. 10, 2012 Oct. 10, 1992 Sept. 10, 1988 Sept. 3, 1988 Oct. 24, 1982 Oct. 1, 1997 Oct. 15, 1977 Oct. 11, 2008 Oct. 18, 2008 Oct. 20, 2001 Nov. 9, 1991 Oct. 5, 1986 Oct. 13, 1984 Sept. 26, 1981 Oct. 10, 1981 Sept. 27, 1997 Oct. 19, 1996 Nov. 4, 1995

ATTEMPTS 8 6 11 27 32 17 20 11 22 15 18 22 17 12 25 19 9 22 5 19 11 26 14 10 21 10 27 12 12 18 24 28 13 19 27 24 29 20 17 23 13 21 9 21 22 16 14 20 24 22 11 15 20 11 23 11 22 13 13 20 15 19 21 15 18 28 10 10 11 25 15 11 30 21 14 10 9

MEAC CHAMPS - 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL

RUSHING RECORDS 100- YARD RUSHING GAMES, cont. (178 Total) YDS 109 109 108 107 107 107 107 106 106 106 106 106 106 105 105 105 104 103 103 102 102 102 102 101 100 100

PLAYER Fabian Thorne Reggie Barnes Grayland King Bert Watson Michael Murray Reggie Barnes Anthony Beamon Nagee Jackson Lennox Norville Rodney Roy Doug Reed Reggie Barnes Anthony Beamon Terrance Hoover Eldridge Comer Lucious Goodwine Bert Watson Grayland King Terrance Hoover Vashon Winton Bryan Jenkins Reggie Barnes Dwayne Henry Doug Reed Dean Noel Eric Jones

OPPONENT Liberty So. Carolina State Liberty Cheyney Florida A&M UDC Howard So. Carolina State St. Francis (Pa.) North Carolina A&T Towson Northeastern Bethune- Cookmam Northeastern Connecticut No. Carolina Central No. Carolina A&T Morgan State No. Carolina A&T Bethune- Cookman Norfolk State Akron Towson Youngstown State Florida A&M Liberty

DATE Oct. 8, 1994 Oct. 29, 1988 Sept. 23, 2000 Sept 11, 1993 Oct. 14, 1989 Sept. 26, 1987 Oct. 8, 1977 Oct. 13, 2012 Sept. 9, 2006 Oct. 15, 2005 Sept. 21, 1991 Nov. 16, 1995 Nov. 3, 1979 Nov. 16, 1985 Oct. 12, 1985 Oct. 15, 1977 Nov. 6, 1993 Oct. 23, 1999 Nov. 7, 1987 Oct. 11, 2008 Sept. 20, 1997 Oct. 17, 1987 Oct. 26, 1985 Sept. 14, 1991 Oct. 17, 1992 Oct. 12, 1991

ATTEMPTS 18 22 15 15 23 4 15 22 9 29 19 10 31 10 16 16 23 30 17 16 23 14 5 16 18 9

MEAC CHAMPS - 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

117

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL

RECEIVING RECORDS RECEIVING YARDS – game YDS 223 217 213 206 197 198 196 185 181 171 171 170 170

RECEPTIONS – career

PLAYER John Taylor Justin Wilson David Jones Shaheer McBride John Taylor David Jones Damon Daniels David Jones Gregg Lee David Jones Travis Tarpley Damerian McCants Phil Anderson

REC. 5 rec. 9 rec. 11 rec. 9 rec. 9 rec. 11 rec. 5 rec. 6 rec. 4 rec. 8 rec. 5 rec. 6 rec. 8 rec.

OPP St. Paul‟s Howard N.C. A&T St. Francis B-CU Liberty B-CU B-CU S.C. St. Florida A&M Hampton Buffalo Rhode Island

DATE 9/21/85 11/20/10 11/21/85 9/9/06 9/29/84 10/6/90 11/11/95 9/29/90 9/13/80 10/13/90 11/10/12 9/13/97 11/12/94

Travis Tarpley David Jones John Taylor Justin Wilson Shaheer McBride Shaheer McBride Albert Horsey Curtis Thomas Justin Wilson Damon Daniels John Taylor Travis Tarpley Shaheer McBride Damon Daniels

86 rec. 53 rec. 40 rec. 59 rec. 55 rec. 46 rec. 51 rec. 44 rec. 67 rec. 36 rec. 34 rec. 86 rec. 50 rec. 37 rec.

2012 1990 1985 2010 2006 2004 2000 1994 2012 1996 1984 2012 2005 1995

Shaheer McBride Albert Horsey John Taylor Justin Wilson Travis Tarpley Tommie Mims David Jones Thomas Bolden Darnerian McCants Damon Daniels DeCosta Brown Phil Anderson

201 rec. 160 rec. 100 rec. 189 rec. 181 rec. 122 rec. 101 rec. 126 rec. 83 rec. 73 rec. 97 rec. 86 rec.

2004-07 1997-00 1982-85 2009-12 2009-12 1997-00 1989-90 2001-04 1997-00 1995-96 1975-77 1991-94

18 13 11 11 10 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8

Travis Tarpley Justin Wilson Travis Tarpley Travis Tarpley Darius Jackson Darius Jackson Darius Jackson Thomas Bolden David jones Davis Jones Travis Tarpley Justin Wilson Shaheer McBride Justin Wilson Justin Wilson Rashod Coleman Derrick Neal Phil Anderson Albert Horsey Shaheer McBride John Taylor

150 yds. 138 yds. 143 yds. 162 yds. 127 yds. 124 yds. 123 yds. 160 yds. 198 yds. 213 yds. 134 yds. 118 yds. 91 yds. 217 yds. 131 yds. 91 yds. 131 yds. 162 yds. 93 yds. 206 yds. 197 yds.

Howard NCCU Morgan St. NCCU Shaw Norfolk State Howard Morgan State Liberty N.C. A&T Florida A&M Norfolk St. WSSU Howard SC State Morgan State Howard Florida A&M Elon St. Francis B-CU

MOST RECEPTIONS - season 86 67 66 59 57 55 54 53 51 50 50 46 45 44 44

Travis Tarpley Justin Wilson Travis Tarpley Justin Wilson Thomas Bolden Shaheer McBride Justin Wilson David Jones Albert Horsey Shaheer McBride Shaheer McBride Shaheer McBride DeCosta Brown Curtis Thomas Phil Anderson

118

1,058 816 736 937 697 852 536 1,049 839 586 720 849 499 823 696

2012 2012 2011 2010 2004 2006 2011 1990 2000 2007 2005 2004 1978 1994 1994

2004-07 2009-12 2009-12 1997-00 2001-04 1997-00 1989-90 1982-85 1975-77 1991-94 1997-00 1986-89

Darerian McCants Darerian McCants Shaheer McBride Justin Wilson Albert Horsey Albert Horsey Damon Daniels Curtis Thomas David Jones John Taylor John Taylor

Liberty N.C. A&T St. Francis Howard Hampton Fay. St. B- Cookman Morgan St. Morgan St. St. Paul‟s J Madison

9/23/00 11/4/00 9/9/06 11/20/10 9/30/00 9/16/00 11/1195 10/22/94 10/21/89 9/21/85 10/8/83

Darnerian McCants John Taylor Justin Wilson Shaheer McBride John Taylor Shaheer McBride Albert Horsey Tommie Mims David Jones John Taylor Albert Horsey Damon Daniels Curtis Thomas

2000 1985 2010 2006 1984 2007 2000 1998 1990 1983 1999 1996 1994

RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS – career

MOST RECEPTIONS - game 13 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

3,007 2,416 2,121 2,491 1,700 1,958 1,825 2,426 1,441 1,380 1,622 1,264

RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS – season

RECEIVING YARDS - career 3,007 2,491 2,426 2,416 2,121 1,958 1,825 1,700 1,622 1,489 1,441 1,380

Shaheer McBride Justin Wilson Travis Tarpley Albert Horsey Thomas Bolden Tommie Mims David Jones John Taylor DeCosta Brown Phil Anderson Darnerian McCants Tim Egerton

RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS – game 5 5 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

RECEIVING YARDS –season 1,058 1,049 992 937 852 849 839 823 816 775 758 736 720 714

201 189 181 160 126 122 101 100 97 86 83 81

11/19/11 11/3/12 10/25/12 11/5/11 9/10/11 10/8/11 11/21/09 10/23/04 10/6/90 11/3/90 9/22/12 10/8/11 11/2/07 11/20/10 10/30/10 10/23/04 11/20/93 10/15/94 9/9/06 9/9/06 9/29/84

33 33 26 23 20 20 14 11 10 9 9

Shaheer McBride John Taylor Darnerian McCants Justin Wilson David Jones Albert Horsey Damon Daniels Travis Tarpley Curtis Thomas Thomas Bolden Derrick Neal

2004-07 1982-85 1997-00 2009-12 1989-90 1997-00 1995-96 2009-12 1991-04 2001-04 1992-94

LONGEST RECEPTIONS – yards 97 93 92 87 85 83

John Taylor (from J Baker) John Taylor (M. Baker) Greg Lee (S. Warren) Calvin Ford (K. Barnes) Larrone Moore (A. Glaud) Travis Tarpley (N. Elko)

St. Paul‟s Southern SC State Howard Southern Hampton

9/21/85 11/9/85 9/13/80 10/17/01 9/5/10 11/10/12

REC. YARDS PER GAME – season 104.9 96.2 90.2 85.2 77.5

David Jones Travis Tarpley John Taylor Justin Wilson Shaheer McBride

1,049/10 games 1,058/11 games 992/11 games 937/11 games 852/11 games

1990 2012 1985 2010 2006

REC. YDS PER GAME – career 70.9 66.8 65.6 61.9 59.3

Damon Daniels Shaheer McBride John Taylor Justin Wilson Albert Horsey

1,489/21 games 3007/45 games 2,426/37 games 2,416/39 games 2,491/42 games

1995-96 2004-07 1982-85 2009-12 1997-00

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL

RECEIVING RECORDS RECEIVING LEADERS (by year) - since 1970 Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Name Pedro Swann Steve Coleman John Chisholm No Record No Record John Chisholm DeCosta Brown DeCosta Brown DeCosta Brown Walter Samuels Gregory Lee Walter Samuels Eldridge Comer John Taylor John Taylor John Taylor John Lane Tim Egerton Tim Egerton Tim Egerton David Jones Wendell Watson Dwight Pettiford Phil Anderson Derrick Neal Phil Anderson Curtis Thomas Damon Daniels Damon Daniels Albert Horsey Albert Horsey Albert Horsey Albert Horsey DaShaun Morris DaShaun Morris Thomas Bolden Thomas Bolden Shaheer McBride Shaheer McBride Shaheer McBride Eddie Brown Darius Jackson Justin Wilson Travis Tarpley Travis Tarpley

No. 22 7 19

Yds. 348 81 433

TD 2 N/A 4

30 12 34 45 19 26 28 18 22 34 40 17 21 21 34 53 5 5 15 27 44 44 37 36 28 43 37 51 23 34 40 57 50 55 50 36 41 59 66 86

341 287 606 499 282 499 463 317 654 758 922 339 384 275 525 1049 131 98 276 598 696 823 714 775 385 588 679 839 469 564 586 697 720 852 586 369 476 937 736 1058

4 1 2 3 2 5 0 2 9 10 13 2 1 0 5 9 2 0 0 6 4 8 6 8 3 0 8 9 5 5 5 3 6 11 9 2 0 11 4 7

TRAVIS TARPLEY

100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES (82 total) - since 1970 YDS 223 217 213 206 198 197 196 185 181 171 171 170 170 169 168 164 163 162 160 157 156 155 154 150 147 143` 141 140 140 139 139 138 138 134 134 134 132 131 131 131 129 129 128 127 123 123 122 122 120 119 118 118 118 117 116 116 116 114 114 113 113 113 111 111 111 110 109 109 109 108 107 107 105 104 104 103 102 102

PLAYER John Taylor Justin Wilson David Jones Shaheer McBride David Jones John Taylor Damon Daniels David Jones Gregg Lee Travis Tarpley David Jones Darnerian McCants Phil Anderson Curtis Thomas Thomas Bolden Tommie Mims Curtis Thomas Phil Anderson Thomas Bolden Omar Jackson Eldridge Comer John Taylor John Taylor John Taylor Derrick Neal Travis Tarpley Albert Horsey Shaheer McBride Calvin Ford Darnerian McCants Tommie Mims Shaheer McBride Justin Wilson Shaheer McBride John Taylor Travis Tarpley Albert Horsey Justin Wilson Curtis Thomas Derrick Neal Justin Wilson Shaheer McBride Travis Tarpley John Taylor Darius Jackson Tommie Mims Derrick Neal Albert Horsey John Taylor DeCosta Brown Shaheer McBride Albert Horsey Bryan Jenkins Albert Horsey Shaheer McBrdie David Jones Tommie Mims Darnerian McCants Lewis Coleman Shaheer McBride Thomas Bolden Damon Daniels Shaheer McBride Derrick Neal John Taylor Justin Wilson Thomas Bolden DaShaun Morris Damon Daniels Tommie Mims Darnerian McCants John Taylor Albert Horsey Albert Horsey Damon Daniels Darnerian McCants Larrone Moore Damon Daniels

OPPONENT St. Paul‟s Howard No. Carolina A&T St. Francis-Pa. Liberty Bethune-Cookman Bethune-Cookman Bethune-Cookman So. Carolina State Hampton Florida A&M Buffalo Rhode Island Morgan State Bucknell Liberty No. Carolina A&T Florida A&M Morgan State Florida A&M Northeastern James Madison Bethune-Cookman James Madison Morgan State Morgan State No. Carolina A&T Millersville Howard Norfolk State Howard Morgan State NC Central Morgan State Northeastern Florida A&M Hampton South Carolina State Howard Howard North Carolina Central Howard NCA&T Southern (La.) Howard Florida A&M Towson Howard Howard UMES No. Carolina Central Bucknell No. Carolina Central Elon So. Illinois No. Carolina A&T Howard So. Carolina State Liberty Bethune-Cookman No. Carolina Central Lock Haven Bethune-Cookman Cheyney Florida A&M Morgan State Hampton Norfolk State Florida A&M Hampton Liberty Central State (Ohio) So. Carolina State So. Carolina State Howard Bucknell Florida A&M Morgan State

DATE Sep. 21, 1985 Nov. 20, 2010 Nov. 3, 1990 Sep. 9, 2006 Oct. 6, 1990 Sep. 29, 1984 Nov. 11, 1995 Sep. 29, 1990 Sep. 13, 1980 Nov. 10, 2012 Oct. 13, 1990 Sep. 13, 1997 Nov. 12, 1994 Oct. 22, 1994 Sep. 6, 2003 Oct. 17, 1998 Nov. 5, 1994 Oct. 15, 1994 Oct. 23, 2004 Oct. 3, 1998 Sep. 16, 1984 Oct. 6, 1984 Oct. 5, 1985 Oct. 8, 1983 Oct. 23, 1993 Oct. 25, 2012 Nov. 4, 2000 Sep. 10, 2005 Nov. 17, 2001 Nov. 11, 2000 Nov. 21, 1998 Oct. 22, 2005 Nov. 3, 2012 Oct. 21, 2006 Nov. 12, 1983 Sep. 22, 2012 Sep. 30, 2000 Oct. 30, 2010 Nov. 19, 1994 Nov. 20, 1993 Nov. 6, 2010 Nov. 20, 2004 Oct. 20, 2012 Nov. 9, 1985 Nov. 21, 2009 Oct. 3, 1998 Oct. 10, 1992 Nov. 22, 1997 Nov. 23, 1985 Oct. 1, 1977 Sep. 9, 2004 Sep. 25, 1999 Sep. 21, 1996 Sep. 11, 1999 Sep. 25, 2004 Nov. 5, 1988 Nov. 20, 1999 Oct. 28, 2000 Nov. 13, 1993 Oct. 8, 2005 Sep. 20, 2003 Sep. 7, 1996 Oct. 4, 2007 Sep. 11, 1993 Sep. 17, 1983 Oct. 25, 2012 Oct. 2, 2004 Nov. 10, 2001 Oct. 19, 1996 Nov. 14, 1998 Sep. 23, 2000 Oct. 27, 1984 Oct. 13, 1999 Oct. 28, 2000 Nov. 23, 1996 Sep. 25, 1999 Sept. 11, 2010 Oct. 26, 1996

REC 5 9 11 9 11 9 5 6 4 5 8 6 8 4 9 7 5 9 11 7 5 8 7 3 3 12 6 7 4 5 3 6 12 8 5 10 6 9 7 9 8 4 9 2 11 7 2 8 6 5 5 4 5 4 8 6 5 4 5 6 7 3 5 2 5 9 6 5 4 4 7 3 4 6 5 2 5 5

102 101 101 100

Damon Daniels Larrone Moore Rashod Coleman Travis Tarpley

Norfolk State Howard Bethune-Cookman SC State

Sep. 30, 1995 Nov. 21, 2009 Oct. 9, 2004 Oct. 13, 2012

3 5 4 7

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

119

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL

PASSING RECORDS YDS 430 426 398 351 339 339 336 324 319 315 305 298 297 294 293 292

PLAYER Bryan Botts Rahsaan Matthews Nick Elko Anthony Glaud Nick Elko Rahsaan Matthews Rahsaan Matthews Nick Elko Nick Elko Anthony Glaud Nick Elko Nick Elko Keon Frazier Rahsaan Matthews Darren Felton Reggie Brown

OPP Morgan St. FAMU Morgan St. Howard Norfolk St. Norfolk St. Bucknell Howard NCAT Howard NCCU Delaware NCCU Liberty Morgan St. Buffalo

DATE 10/23/04 10/3/98 10/25/12 11/20/10 10/8/11 11/11/00 9/25/99 11/19/11 10/15/11 11/21/09 11/3/12 9/8/12 9/20/03 10/17/98 10/21/89 9/13/97

259-412 191-404 160-327 170-296 207-362 141-308 124-222 143-249 153-259 116-288 133-252 104-235

2012 1998 2000 2010 2011 1999 1994 2004 2007 1997 2005 1989

563-1178 540-911 520-918 344-591 258-487 157-400 177-407 129-269 146-318 158-457

1996-00 2009-12 2005-08 2008-10 1992-95 1981-84 1987-89 1990-93 1998-02 1975-78

PASSING YARDS (SEASON) 2828 2609 2386 2175 2064 2013 1980 1826 1618 1541 1485 1386

Nick Elko Rahsaan Matthews Rahsaan Matthews Anthony Glaud Nick Elko Rahsaan Matthews W. Dennis Jones Bryan Botts Vashon Winton Reggie Brown Vashon Winton Darren Felton

PASSING YARDS (CAREER) 8073 5758 5595 3992 3865 2990 2630 2399 1956 1912

Rahsaan Matthews Nick Elko Vashon Winton Anthony Glaud W. Dennis Jones Pat Spencer Darren Felton Erick Jones Kittrell Barnes Andre Brown

TOUCHDOWN PASSES (game)

PASS COMPLETIONS (career)

PASSING YARDS (GAME)

563 553 540 344 258 177 158 157 146 143

Rahsaan Matthews Vashon Winton Nick Elko Anthony Glaud W. Dennis Jones Darren Felton Andre Brown Pat Spencer Kittrell Barnes Bryan Botts

8,073 yards 6,916 5,758 3,992 3,865 2,630 1,912 2,990 1,958 1,826

1996-00 2005-08 2009-12 2008-10 1992-95 1987-89 1975-78 1981-84 1998-02 2004

PASS ATTEMPTS (game) 62 56 53 51 50 50 49 49 48 46

Rahsaan Matthews Bryan Botts Rahsaan Matthews Bryan Botts Nick Elko Nick Elko Rahsaan Matthews Nick Elko Nick Elko Nick Elko

Florida A&M NC Central Norfolk St. Morgan St. NCA&T Delaware NCA&T Howard Norfolk St. Shaw

10/3/98 11/3/12 9/19/98 10/23/04 10/15/11 9/8/12 11/7/98 11/17/12 10/8/11 9/10/11

PASS ATTEMPTS (season) 412 404 362 327 308 296 288 259 252 249

Nick Elko Rahsaan Matthews Nick Elko Rahsaan Matthews Rahsaan Matthews Anthony Glaud Reggie Brown Vashon Winton Vashon Winton Bryan Botts

2,828 2,609 2,064 2,386 2,013 2,175 1,541 1,618 1,485 1,826

2012 1998 2011 2000 1999 2010 1997 2007 2005 2004

Bryan Botts (430 yds.) Nick Elko (305) Nick Elko (298) Nick Elko (398( Nick Elko (339) Nick Elko (319) Nick Elko (286) Nick Elko ((324) Rahsaan Matthews (426) Vashon Winton (245)

Name Rahsaan Matthews Rahsaan Matthews by eight players

Opp NCAT Liberty

Date 11/4/00 9/23/00

TOUCHDOWN PASSES (season) 32 16 15 15 15 15 14 13 13 12

Rahsaan Matthews Rahsaan Matthews Nick Elko Nick Elko Rahsaan Matthews Anthony Glaud Darren Felton W. Dennis Jones Pat Spencer Vashon Winton

2000 1999 2012 2011 1998 2010 1989 1993 1983 2007

TOUCHDOWN PASSES (career) 74 38 37 31 27 22 20 19 17 17

Rahsaan Matthews Vashon Winton Nick Elko W. Dennis Jones Pat Spencer Anthony Glaud Darren Felton Kittrell Barnes Erick Jones Rod Lester

1996-00 2005-08 2009-12 1992-95 1981-84 2008-10 1987-89 1998-02 1990-93 1979-2

PASSING YDS PER GAME (season) 257.1 237.2 216.9 206.4 202.9 197.7 183.0 180.0

Nick Elko Rahsaan Matthews Rahsaan Matthews Nick Elko Bryan Botts Anthony Glaud Rahsaan Matthews W. Dennis Jones

2012 1998 2000 2011 2004 2010 1999 1994

PASSING YDS PER GAME (career)

PASS COMPLETIONS (GAME) 37 35 35 33 30 30 30 28 28 28

No. 6 5 4

Morgan St. NCCU Delaware Morgan St. Norfolk St. NCAT Howard Howard FAMU Norfolk St.

187.7 159.9 142.6 128.8 127.2

10/23/04 11/3/12 9/8/12 10/25/12 10/8/11 10/15/11 11/17/12 11/19/11 10/3/98 11/10/07

Rahsaan Matthews (43 games) Nick Elko (36) Anthony Glaud (28) W. Dennis Jones (30) Vashon Winton (44)

1996-00 2009-12 2008-10 1994-97 2005-08

PASS COMPLETIONS (SEASON) 259 207 191 170 160 153 143 141 135 133

Nick Elko Nick Elko Rahsaan Matthews Anthony Glaud Rahsaan Matthews Vashon Winton Bryan Botts Rahsaan Matthews Vashon Winton Vashon Winton

2,828 2,064 2,609 2,175 2,386 1,618 1,826 2,013 1,351 1,485

2012 2011 1998 2010 2000 2007 2004 1999 2008 2005

RAHSAAN MATTHEWS PASS ATTEMPTS (career) 1,178 918 911 591 487 457 407 400 318 315

Rahsaan Matthews Vashon Winston Nick Elko Anthony Glaud W. Dennis Jones Andre Brown Darren Felton Pat Spencer Kittrell Barnes Rod Lester

1996-00 2005-08 2009-12 2008-10 1992-95 1975-78 1987-89 1981-84 1998-02 1979-82

VASHON WINTON Nick Elko

120

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL

PASSING RECORDS 250-YARD PASSING GAMES

PASSING LEADERS (by year) YR 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

NAME Jerald Kobasa No Records Ray Bias Sr. No Records No Records Andre Brown Andre Brown Eddie Epps Andre Brown Rod Lester Samuel Warren Patrick Spencer Rod Lester Patrick Spencer Patrick Spencer Mike Walker Jerome Baker John Lane Darren Felton Darren Felton Curtis Williams Erik Jones Erik Jones Dennis Jones Dennis Jones Dennis Jones Rahsaan Matthews Reggie Brown Rahsaan Matthews Rahsaan Matthews Rahsaan Matthews Kittrell Barnes Kittrell Barnes Keon Frazier Bryan Botts Vashon Winton Vashon Winton Vashon Winton Vashon Winton Anthony Glaud Anthony Glaud Nick Elko Nick Elko

A-C-I 88-34-7

YDS 433

TD 1

145-64-15

878

4

165-58-15 89-24-9 199-89-4 193-73-16 67-26-3 112-38-9 103-37-9 152-59-14 158-56-15 139-64-12 79-42-2 89-42-7 90-35-6 149-65-13 235-104-8 147-71-6 62-23-2 135-68-8 86-44-4 222-124-6 174-87-9 139-71-6 288-116-17 404-191-16 308-141-11 327-160-15 169-75-9 126-65-7 241-117-9 249-143-9 252-133-9 167-99-2 259-153-6 240-135-14 127-220-7 170-296-9 207-362-16 259-412-5

698 440 1228 742 365 647 525 880 1148 1317 836 635 696 1074 1386 1102 438 1302 647 1980 1211 1065 1541 2609 2013 2386 1003 794 1307 1826 1485 1171 1618 1321 1294 2175 2064 2828

5 2 4 5 1 7 3 10 13 11 6 4 2 6 14 10 5 8 6 13 11 11 10 15 16 32 9 6 8 12 8 10 12 8 5 15 15 15

YDS 430 426 389 351 339 339 336 324 319 315 305 298 294 293 293 292 291 289 288 286 286 281 281 279 278 278 270 267 261 257 254 253 252 252 252 251 250

PLAYER Bryan Botts Rahsaan Matthews Nick Elko Anthony Glaud Rahsaan Matthews Nick Elko Rahsaan Matthews Nick Elko Nick Elko Anthony Glaud Nick Elko Nick Elko Rahsaan Matthews Darren Felton Nick Elko Reggie Brown Nick Elko Anthony Glaud Rahsaan Matthews Mike Walker Nick Elko Rahsaan Matthews Rahsaan Matthews Rahsaan Matthews Keon Frazier William D. Jones William D. Jones Rahsaan Matthews William D. Jones Jerome Baker William D. Jones Rahsaan Matthews Keon Frazier Rahsaan Matthews William D. Jones Rahsaan Matthews Bryan Botts

OPPONENT Morgan State Florida A&M Morgan State Howard Norfolk State Norfolk State Bucknell Howard NCA&T Howard NC Central Delaware Liberty Morgan State SC State Buffalo Hampton Norfolk State NCA&T B-Cookman Howard NCAT Norfolk State SC State Bucknell Florida A&M Howard Howard NCAT St. Paul‟s Liberty SC State Morgan State Howard Morgan State NCAT B-Cookman

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DATE Oct. 23, 2004 Oct. 3, 1998 Oct, 25, 2012 Nov. 20, 2010 Nov. 11, 2000 Oct. 8, 2011 Sep. 25, 1999 Nov. 19, 2011 Oct. 15, 2011 Nov. 21, 2009 Nov. 3, 2012 Sep. 8, 2012 Oct. 17, 1998 Oct. 21, 1989 Oct. 13, 2012 Sep. 13, 1997 Nov. 10, 2012 Nov. 13, 2010 Nov. 4, 2000 Oct. 5, 1985 Nov. 17, 2012 Nov. 7, 1998 Sep. 19, 1998 Oct. 28, 2000 Sep. 6, 2003 Oct. 15, 1994 Nov. 20, 1993 Nov. 18, 2000 Nov. 5, 1994 Sep. 21, 1985 Nov. 13, 1993 Oct. 13, 1999 Oct. 25, 2003 Nov. 20, 1999 Oct. 22, 1994 Nov. 6, 1999 Oct. 9, 2004

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TOTAL OFFENSE RECORDS ALL-TIME TOTAL OFFENSE LEADERS (Year-By-Year) (Since 1970) Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

122

Name Steve Davis Norman Hayes Isaac Muns John Chisholm Lucious Goodwine Eddie Epps Decosta Brown Anthony Beamon Johnny Rowe Johnny Rowe Doug Picott Gene Lake Gene Lake John Taylor Terrance Hoover Terrance Hoover Reggie Barnes Corey Felton Curtis Williams Michael Murray Erik Jones Phil Anderson Dennis Jones Fabian Thorne Rahsaan Matthews Reggie Brown Rahsaan Matthews Rahsaan Matthews Rahsaan Matthews Kittrell Barnes Drew Blackston Keon Frazier Bryan Botts Vashon Winton Vashon Winton Vashon Winton Vashon Winton Anthony Glaud Anthony Glaud Nick Elko Nick Elko

Plays ---No Record No Record 32 128 139 45 162 121 213 156 194 244 51 218 210 233 333 228 226 269 157 251 240 163 397 496 389 380 244 155 333 303 326 231 368 367 280 389 422 448

Yds. 994 383 642

Avg. ----

352 503 1084 499 645 549 1143 774 1113 1759 1044 1228 1249 1437 1385 1356 1200 1651 1082 2034 1296 1005 1809 2561 2113 2316 1223 840 1437 1807 1520 1405 1878 1807 1381 2242 1952 2753

11.0 3.9 7.8 11.1 4.0 4.5 5.4 5.0 5.7 7.2 20.5 5.6 5.9 6.2 4.0 5.9 5.3 6.1 6.9 8.1 5.4 6.2 4.6 5.2 5.4 6.1 5.0 5.4 4.3 6.0 4.7 6.1 5.1 4.9 4.9 5.8 5.8 6.1

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL TOTAL OFFENSE/ALL-PURPOSE YARDAGE RECORDS Total Offense Game Yards 442 397 387 339 336 332 315 307 293 292 286

Name Bryan Botts Nick Elko Rahsaan Matthews Rahsaan Matthews Gene Lake Rahsaan Matthews Rahsaan Matthews Reggie Brown Darren Felton Keon Frazier Mike Walker

Date 10/23/04 10/25/12 10/3/98 11/11/00 11/10/84 11/11/00 10/17/98 9/13/97 10/21/89 9/20/03 10/5/85

Opponent Morgan State Morgan State Florida A&M Norfolk State Liberty Norfolk State Liberty Buffalo Morgan State NC Central Bethune-Cookman

Plays 56 43 79 55 33 44 54 57 33 44 16

Avg. 7.9 9.2 4.9 6.2 10.2 7.6 5.8 5.4 8.9 6.6 17.9

Season Yards 2753 2561 2316 2242 2113 2034 1878 1809 1807 1807 1759

Name Nick Elko Rahsaan Matthews Rahsaan Matthews Anthony Glaud Rahsaan Matthews Dennis Jones Vashon Winton Reggie Brown Bryan Botts Vashon Winton Gene Lake

Year 2012 1998 2000 2010 1999 1994 2007 1997 2004 2008 1984

Plays 448 496 380 389 389 251 368 397 303 367 244

Gms 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 11 9 11 10

Avg/g 250.3 232.8 210.5 203.8 192.1 184.9 156.5 164.5 200.8 164.3 175.9

Career Yards 7995 6610 4104 3904 3846 3534 3517 3282 3123 2951

Name Rahsaan Matthews Vashon Winton Anthony Glaud Pat Spencer W. Dennis Jones Erik Jones Terrence Hoover Reggie Barnes Gene Lake Mike Murray

Years 1996-00 2005-08 2008-10 1983-84 1993-95 1990-93 1984-87 1985-88 1982-84 1988-91

Plays 1428 1292 511 637 558 582 556 569 480 591

Gms 43 44 28 31 33 31 36 41 25 38

Avg/g 185.9 150.2 146.6 154.1 116.5 114.0 97.7 80.0 131.9 81.7

All-Purpose Yards Game Yards Name 336 Gene Lake 255 Fabian Thorne 245 Gene Lake 251 John Taylor 245 Kareem Jones 243 Kareem Jones 240 Larrone Moore 240 Phil Anderson 233 Reggie Barnes 237 Travis Tarpley 227 John Taylor 225 Grayland King

Date 11/10/84 10/21/95 11/3/84 9/21/85 9/1/07 11/8/08 10/31/09 11/12/94 10/15/88 10/25/12 10/8/83 10/28/00

Opponent Liberty Morgan State Howard St. Paul‟s Coastal Carolina Winston-Salem State at South Carolina St. Rhode Island Ark.-Pine Bluff Morgan State James Madison So. Carolina State

Plays 33 36 27 8 27 37 22 20 16 16 6 22

Avg. 10.2 7.1 9.1 31.4 9.1 6.6 10.9 12.0 14.6 14.8 37.8 10.2

Season Yards 1809 1597 1516 1494 1429 1375 1373 1359 1256 1241 1228

Name Gene Lake Travis Tarpley Phil Anderson Phil Anderson Reggie Barnes John Taylor Fabian Thorne Emmanuel Marc Grayland King Mike Murray Terrence Hoover

Year 1984 2012 1993 1994 1988 1985 1995 2006 2000 1991 1986

Plays 236 121 141 190 240 82 250 204 187 230 218

Gms 10 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 11

Avg/g 180.9 145.2 137.8 135.8 142.9 125.0 124.8 123.5 114.2 112.8 111.6

Career Yards 4651 4317 3773 3615 3593 3299 3204 3105 2788 2654 2574

Name Travis Tarpley Phil Anderson Terrence Hoover Reggie Barnes John Taylor Gene Lake Shaheer McBride Mike Murray Albert Horsey Steve Davis Grayland King

Years 2009-12 1991-94 1984-87 1985-88 1982-85 1982-84 2004-07 1988-91 1997-00 1967-70 1997-00

Plays 245 504 630 569 191 485 225 606 192 453

Gms 43 41 36 41 40 25 45 38 43 33 44

Avg/g 108.2 105.3 104.8 88.2 89.8 131.9 71.2 81.7 64.8 80.4 58.5

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SCORING & KICKING RECORDS MOST EXTRA POINTS Game

Most Points – game 36 32 30 30

Gene Lake (6td) Darnerian McCants (5td/2xp) Walter Tullis (5td) Darnerian McCants (5td)

Howard Liberty William Paterson North Carolina A&T

11/3/84 9/23/00 9/14/75 11/4/00

10 9 9

Most Points – season 120 116 92 90 80 80 78 72 72 72 72 72

Gene Lake Darnerian McCants John Taylor Phil Anderson John Taylor Peter Gaertner Fabian Thorne Steve Davis Terrence Hoover Fabian Thorne Maurice Foster Emmanuel Marc

20td 19td/2xp 15td/2xp 15td 13td/2xp 19fg/23xp 13td 12td 12td 12td 12td 12td

42td/4xp 40fg/134xp 38td/2xp 35td 28fg/125xp 33td 38fg/68xp 27td/4xp 26td 25td 25td

46 42 39 38 38 36 35 33 32 29

134 125 106 77 64 43

1982-85 1985-88 1991-94 1982-84 1991-94 2004-07 2004-07 1997-00 1984-87 2005-08 1994-95

Howard W. Patterson Liberty NCA&T

Season Gene Lake Darnerian McCants John Taylor Phil Anderson`

1984 2000 1985 1993

Career 42 38 34 33

John Taylor Phil Anderson Gene Lake Shaheer McBride

1982-85 1991-94 1982-84 2004-07

Everett Morgan Dave Parkinson Everett Morgan Aaron Quinn Dave Parkinson Jon Jensen Josh Brite Edward Suarez Jon Jensen Jon Jensen

1984 1985 1983 2000 1987 1993 2006 2001 1994 1992

Dave Parkinson Jon Jensen Everett Morgan Aaron Quinn Peter Gaertner Riley Flinckinger

1985-88 1991-94 1982-85 1999-00 2004-07 2007-09

PETER GAERTNER

Game

20 19 15 15

1984 2006 2006

Career

Most Touchdowns 6Gene Lake 5 Walter Tullis 5 Darnerian McCants 5 Darnerian McCants

Bowie St. St. Francis Concord

Season 1984 2000 1985 1993 1982 2007 1994 1970 1987 1995 2001 2006

Most Points – career 256 John Taylor 254 David Parkinson 230 Phil Anderson 210 Gene Lake 209 Jon Jensen 198 Shaheer McBride 197 Peter Gaertner 166 Darnerian McCants 156 Terrence Hoover 150 Vashon Winton 150 Fabian Thorne

Everett Morgan Josh Brite Josh Brite

1984 1975 2000 2000

Most Field Goals Game 4 4 3 3

Peter Gaertner Peter Gaertner Riley Flickinger Riley Flickinger

Morgan State Florida A&M Norfolk State Howard

2007 2005 2009 2009

Season 19 16 13 11 11 10 10 10 9

Peter Gaertner Peter Gaertner David Parkinson Riley Flickinger David Parkinson Riley Flickinger Jon Jensen Andrew Johnson Dave Parkinson

2007 2005 1986 2009 1987 2008 1991 1988 1988

Career 43 40 39 28 14 11 10 10

Peter Gaertner David Parkinson Riley Flickinger Jon Jensen Matt Stehman Evertett Morgan Aaron Quinn Andrew Johnson

2004-07 1985-88 2007-09 1991-94 1989-90 1982-84 1998-00 1977

EVERETT MORGAN

Longest Field Goals 54 52 49 49 48 48 47 46 46 45 45 45 45

Jared Keating Dave Parkinson Josh Brite Zach Bussey Josh Brite Josh Brite Andre Johnson Peter Gaertner Dave P:arkinson Peter Gaertner Peter Gaertner Peter Gaertner Dave Parkinson

Norfolk St. BCU Morgan St. Morgan St. Morgan St. NW State Millersville Jackson St. Morgan St. NCA&T Florida A&M Morgan St.

2003 1988 2006 2003 2006 2006 1977 2005 1986 2007 2007 2005 1987

SHAHEER McBRIDE

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SCORING & KICKING RECORDS ALL-TIME KICKING LEADERS (Year-By-Year) (Since 1970) (FG converted)

ALL-TIME SCORING LEADERS (Year-By-Year) (Since 1970) YEAR 1970 1971 1972` 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

NAME Steve Davis Walter Tullis Isaac Muns No Record No Record John Chisolm Ralph Kimmerlin Anthony Beamon Anthony Bemon Decosto Brown Anthony Beamon Greg Lee Johnny Rowe Doug Picott John Taylor Gene Lake John Taylor Dave Pakinson Terrance Hoover Reggie Barnes Matt Stehman W. Dennis Jones Jon Jensen Dakiel Shorts Phil Anderson Fabian Thorne Fabian Thorne Damon Daniels Clay Perry Tommie Mims Albert Horsey Darnerian McCants Maurice Foster DaShaun Morris Thomas Bolden Shaheer McBride Peter Gaertner Emmanuel Marc Peter Gaertner Vashon Winton Riley Flickinger Justin Wilson Justin Wilson Mitchell Ward

TD 12 2 5

FG 0 0 0

XP 0 0 0

TP 72 12 30

4 5 7 3 3 5 5 6 6 13 20 15 0 12 6 0 9 0 11 15 13 12 8 8 9 8 19 12 8 5 7 0 12 0 10 0 11 6 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 7 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 19 0 11 0 0 12

0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 26 0 0 23 2 28 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 23 0 23 0 19 0 0 28

24 30 42 18 18 32 30 36 36 80 120 92 65 72 36 44 58 58 66 90 78 72 48 48 54 48 116 72 48 30 42 71 72 80 60 52 66 36 64

Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Name Dwight Boney Dwight Boney No Field Goals Converted No Records No Records Dave Ananou Gregory Lee Andrew Johnson Baron Harmon Henry Thomas No Field Goals Converted Bobby Swoope Steve Holiday Everett Morgan Everett Morgan Everett Morgan Dave Parkinson Dave Parkinson Dave Parkinson Dave Parkinson Matthew Stehman Matthew Stehman Jon Jensen Jon Jensen Jon Jensen Jon Jensen Bill Malashevich Teddy Johnson Teddy Johnson Aaron Quinn Aaron Quinn Aaron Quinn Edward Suarez Zach Bussey Jared Keating Peter Gaertner Peter Gaertner Josh Brite Peter Gaertner Riley Flickinger Riley Flickinger Mario Diaz-Aviles Mitchell Ward Mitchell Ward

Justin Wilson

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Made 1 2

Att. 4 4

2 6 10 3 2

5 -24 5 6

1 1 4 5 3 7 13 11 9 7 7 10 6 5 7 2 4 4 1 5 4 8 4 3 6 16 8 19 10 11 4 4 12

---7 -13 24 23 17 10 15 18 8 8 --6 9 3 9 7 15 9 4 11 21 12 25 20 18 7 8 19

Mitchell Ward

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PUNTING RECORDS

Zach Bussey PUNTING AVERAGE (SEASON) Avg. Name No.-Yds. 40.7 Dave Parkinson 39-1,586 40.3 Zach Bussey 69-2,782 39.6 Chuck Poplos 55-2,178 39.2 Nick Lochner 54-2,118 39.1 Nick Lochner 52-2,032 38.9 Chuck Poplos 56-2,180 38.8 John Lane 52-2,094 38.7 Marco Kano 30-1,161 38.7 Chuck Poplos 31-1,587 38.6 David Wheeler 31-1,197

Year 1988 2003 1992 2008 2009 1991 1986 2010 1994 1984

PUNTING AVERAGE (CAREER) minimum 80 punts Avg. Name No.-Yds. 43.0 Jimmie Strong 39.9 Eric Contos 128-5,107 39.2 Nick Lockner 106-4,150 39.0 Chuck Poplos 187-7,284 38.8 Marco Kano 150-5,815 38.7 Zach Bussey 133-5,143 38.7 John Lane 98-3,789 37.6 Phillip Jackson 142-5,332 37.0 David Wheeler 120-7,777 36.2 Darren Tucker 88-3,185

Years 1962-65 2004-05 2008-09 1991-94 20102002-03 1986-87 1977-78 1982-85 1989-90

PUNTING YARDS (SEASON) Yds. Name No. 2,998 Marco Kano 78 2,877 Phillip Jackson 73 2,876 Erik Contos 65 2,782 Zach Bussey 69 2,560 Darren Tucker 71 2,528 David Wheeler 69 2,455 Phillip Jackson 69 2,404 Josh Brite 65 2.361 Zach Bussey 64 2,238 Dennis Layton 68

Yr. 2011 1978 2004 2002 1989 1982 1977 2007 2002 1975

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PUNTING Yds. 7,777 7,284 5,815 5,332 5,143 5,107 4,150 4,139 3,789 3,484

YARDS (CAREER) Name No. David Wheeler 210 Chuck Poplos 187 Marco Kano 150 Phillip Jackson 142 Zach Bussey 133 Erik Contos 128 Nick Lochner 106 Dennis Layton 124 John Lane 98 Josh Brite 119

Yrs. 1982-85 1991-94 20101977-78 2002-03 2004-05 2008-09 1975-76 1986-87 2006-07

PUNTING No. 78 73 71 69 69 69 68 65 65 64

ATTEMPTS (SEASON) Name Yds. Marco Kano 2,998 Phillip Jackson 2,977 Darren Tucker 2,560 Zach Bussey 2,782 David Wheeler 2,528 Phillip Jackson 2,455 Dennis Layton 2,238 Josh Brite 2,404 Erik Contos 2,876 Zach Bussey 2,361

Yr. 2011 1978 1989 2003 1982 1977 1975 2007 2005 2002

Phillip Jackson

PUNTING No. 210 187 150 142 133 128 124 119 111 106

ATTEMPTS (CAREER) Name Yds. David Wheeler 7,777 Chuck Poplos 7,284 Marco Kano 5,815 Phillip Jackson 5,332 Zach Bussey 5,143 Erik Contos 5,107 David Layton 4,139 Josh Brite 3,484 Richard Jackson 3,375 Nick Lochner 4,150

Yrs. 1982-85 1991-94 20101997-98 2002-03 2004-05 1975-76 2006-07 1971-72 2008-09

Marco Kano

Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Name No. Pedro Swann Richard Jackson Richard Jackson No Record No Record Dennis Layton Dennis Layton Phillip Jackson Phillip Jackson Henry Thomas Baron Harmon Bret Weber David Wheeler David Wheeler David Wheeler David Wheeler John Lane John Lane Dave Parkinson Darren Tucker Darren Tucker Chuck Poplos Chuck Poplos Chuck Poplos Chuck Poplos Bill Malashevich David Moffett Teddy Johnson Teddy Johnson Jon Shaddow Aaron Quinn Edward Suarez Zach Bussey Zach Bussey Erik Contos Erik Contos Josh Brite Josh Brite Nick Lochner Nick Lochner Marco Kano Marco Kano Marco Kano

Avg. 42 53 58

34.9 31.5 29.0

68 56 69 73 48 28 38 69 56 31 54 54 44 39 71 17 56 55 35 41 61 32 47 51 55 49 61 64 69 63 65 54 65 54 52 30 78 42

32.9 33.9 35.6 39.4 33.9 33.1 36.2 36.6 35.9 38.6 37.8 38.8 38.5 40.7 36.1 36.8 38.9 39.6 38.3 38.7 33.8 34.3 34.6 36.5 35.2 37.9 33.1 36.9 40.3 35.4 44.2 34.8 37.0 39.2 39.1 38.7 38.4 39.4

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RETURN RECORDS PUNT RETURN YARDS (SEASON) Yds. 378 368 346 262 255 252 237 221 211 205

Name Brian Randall Tim Egerton Tim Egerton Deon Rheubottom John Taylor Deon Rheubottom Tim Egerton Brandon Hudson Pedro Swann Brian Randall

No. 29 16 24 18 17 25 19 19 19 21

Year 1992 1988 1987 2004 1984 2005 1989 2006 1970 1991

LONGEST PUNT RETURN Yds Name Opp.

Date/Yr.

95 90 79 76 76 75 73 73 68 67

9/6/80 1972 11/7/87 10/26/91 10/22/88 11/3/79 11/20/04 11/19/83 10/8/83 10/22/88

Clarence Weathers Teddy Richardson Tim Egerton Brian Randall Tim Egerton Warren Samuels Deon Rheubottom John Taylor John Taylor Tim Egerton

Salisbury NCA&T Morgan St. Morgan St. Beth-Cook Howard Howard J. Madison Morgan State

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS (SEASON) Yds.

PUNT RETURN YARDS (CAREER) Yds. 951 894 625 576 461 447 425 292 242 235

Name Tim Egerton Brian Randall Deon Rheubottom John Taylor Brandon Hudson Eldridge Comer Phil Anderson DaShane Dennis Walter Samuels Thalamus Trammel

No. 59 80 54 48 42 42 33 33 26 20

855

Years 1985-89 1990-93 2002-05 1982-85 2006-08 1981-85 1991-94 1998-01 1980-81 1994-96

758 751 708 678 633 604 522 520 506

Name DaShane Dennis Clarence Weathers DaShane Dennis DaShaun Morris Travis Tarpley Emmanuel Marc James Lee Larrone Moore Freddie Middlebrooks Jeremy Biandudi

No. 39 37 29 25 33 29 28 15 26 28

Year 2000 1980 1999 2002 2011 2005 1986 2010 2003 2004 DaSHANE DENNIS

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS (CAREER) PUNT RETURNS (SEASON) No. 29 26 25 24 21 19 19 19 19 19

Name Brian Randall Andrew Johnson Deon Rheubottom Tim Egerton Brian Randall Brandon Hudson Omar Parker Phil Anderson Tim Egerton Pedro Swann

Yds. 378 187 252 346 205 221 140 193 237 211

Year 1992 1977 2005 1987 1991 2006 1997 1994 1989 1970

Name Brian Randall Tim Egerton Deon Rheubottom John Taylor Eldridge Comer Brandon Hundson Phil Anderson DaShane Dennis Walter Samuels Andrew Johnson

Yds. 894 951 625 576 447 461 425 292 242 187

PUNT RETURN TDs (SEASON) No. 3 2 2 2 3 2 2 1

Name Tim Egerton Josh Pope Deon Rheubottom Brian Randall Tim Egerton John Taylor John Taylor by 16 players

Year 1988 2006 2004 1992 1987 1984 1983

PUNT RETURN TDs (CAREER) No. 5 4 3 2 2

Name Tim Egerton John Taylor Brian Randall Josh Pope Deon Rheubottom

Name DaShane Dennis Travis Tarpley Laronne Moore Barry Mitchell DaShaun Morris Freddie Middlebrooks Clarence Weathers Thalamus Trammel Emmanuel Marc Shahn Mitchell

No. 96 97 60 58 34 43 37 35 30 32

Years 1998-01 2009-12 2007-10 1997-00 2001-02 2002-05 1980 1994-96 2005-06 1990-92

KICKOFF RETURN TDs (SEASON) No. 3 2 1

Name DaShaun Morris Larrone Moore by nine players

Year 2002 2010

KICKOFF RETURN TDs (CAREER) No. 3 3 2

Name Larrone Moore DaShaun Morris DaShane Dennis

Years 2008-10 2001-02 1999-01

KICKOFF RETURNS (SEASON)

PUNT RETURNS (CAREER) No. 80 59 54 48 42 41 33 33 26 26

Yds. 2,224 2,113 1,544 975 888 842 758 705 635 631

Years 1990-93 1985-89 2002-05 1982-85 1981-85 2006-08 1991-94 1998-01 1980-81 1975-77

No. 39 37 33 29 29 29 28 28 26 26 26

Name DaShane Dennis Clarence Weather Travis Tarpley Emmanuel Marc DaShane Dennis Barry Mitchell Jeremy Biandudi James Lee Frddie Middlebrooks Barry Mitchell Shahn Mitchell

Yds. 855 758 678 633 751 487 506 604 520 487 474

Year 2000 1980 2011 2005 1999 1998 2004 1986 2003 1997 1992

KICKOFF RETURNS (CAREER) No. 97 96 60 58 43 39 37 35 34 34 32

Name Travis Tarpley DaShane Dennis Larrone Moore Barry Mitchell Freddie Middlebrooks Travis Tarpley Clarence Weathers Thalamus Trammel DaShaun Morris Donald Jackson-Bey Shaun Mitchell

Yds. 2,113 2,224 1,544 975 842 949 758 705 888 620 631

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN Yds Name 100 Clarence Weathers 97 DaShane Dennis 92 DaShaun Morris 90 Larrone Moore 90 Larrone Moore 89 DaShane Dennis 89 Johnny Rowe 85 Dashaun Morris 85 Pat Casey 85 Andre Dixon 84 Brandon Hudson

Opp. Central St. Liberty Bucknell Southern SC State Morgan St. E. Illinois Sav. State NCA&T

Date/Yr. 11/15/80 9/22/01 9/08/02 9/5/10 10/31/09 9/18799 11/21/81 9/7/02 1987 1976 10/13/07

Year 2009-12 1998-01 2007-10 1997-00 2002-05 2008-10 1980 1994-96 2001-02 1995-96 1990-92

Years 1985-89 1982-85 1990-93 2005-08 2002-05

TIM EGERTON (82)

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RETURN RECORDS PUNT Year 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

RETURN LEADERS (BY YEAR) Name Pedro Swann Nate Dancy Ted Richardson No Record No Record Andre Dixon Andre Dixon Donald Johnson Baron Harmon Walter Samuels Clarence Weathers Walter Samuels Eldridge Comer Eldridge Comer John Taylor John Taylor James Lee Tim Egerton Tim Egerton Tim Egerton Brian Randall Brian Randall Brian Randall Brian Randall Phil Anderson Thalamus Trammel Thalamus Trammel Omar Parker Omar Jackson Tommie Mims DaShane Dennis Jonathan Williams DaShaun Morris Freddie Middlebrooks Deon Rheubottom Deon Rheubottom Brandon Hudson Shaheer McBride Brandon Hudson Zacharri Charles Travis Tarpley Travis Tarpley Travis Tarpley

No. 19 7 7

Yds. 211 92 166

13 13 26 6 9 7 17 11 13 17 18 18 24 16 19 15 21 29 15 19 12 8 19 6 14 15 9 16 12 18 25 19 17 13 8 8 8 10

145 94 187 25 150 121 92 76 138 255 99 114 336 368 237 168 205 378 143 193 168 67 140 58 107 133 40 161 83 262 252 221 222 112 63 73 56 53

Avg. 11.1 13.1 23.7 11.1 7.2 7.2 4.2 16.7 17.3 5.4 6.9 10.6 15.0 5.5 6.3 14.0 23.0 12.5 11.2 9.8 13.0 9.5 10.2 14.0 8.4 7.4 9.7 7.6 8.9 4.4 10.1 6.9 14.6 10.1 11.6 7.2 8.6 7.9 9.1 7.0 5.3

DEON RHEUBOTTOM

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KICKOFF RETURN LEADERS (BY YEAR) Year Name 1970 Steve Davis 1971 Nate Dancy 1972 Walter Tullis 1973 1974 1975 David Griffin 1976 Jerome Carter 1977 Donald Johnson 1978 Angelo Harris 1979 Walter Samuels 1980 Clarence Weathers 1981 John Rowe 1982 Tim Lankford 1983 Eldridge Comer 1984 Tim Lankford 1985 John Taylor 1986 James Lee 1987 John Stone 1988 Michael Riddick 1989 Robert Bethea 1990 Kyen Hill 1991 Phil Anderson 1992 Shahn Mitchell 1993 Craig McLaurin 1994 Reggie Brown 1995 Thalamus Trammel 1996 Thalamus Trammel 1997 Barry Mitchell 1998 Barry Mitchell 1999 DaShane Dennis 2000 DaShane Dennis 2001 DaShane Dennis 2002 DaShaun Morris 2003 Freddie Middlebrooks 2004 Jeremy Biandudi 2005 Emmanuel Marc 2006 Kadafi Tunsil 2007 Larrone Moore 2008 Zacharri Charles 2009 Travis Tarpley Laronne Moore 2010 Travis Tarpley 2011 Travis Tarpley 2012 Travis Tarpley

No. 6 17 6 No Record No Record 12 15 12 12 16 37 8 14 16 10 13 28 15 10 16 16 13 26 23 14 16 19 26 29 29 39 18 25 26 28 29 15 21 16 18 18 21 33 25

Yds. 63 306 161

Avg. 10.5 18.0 26.8

227 275 198 225 296 758 227 270 267 165 232 604 303 239 272 310 229 474 423 256 375 330 459 287 751 855 416 708 520 506 633 408 431 332 474 460 754 678 486

18.9 18.3 16.5 18.8 18.5 20.5 28.4 19.3 16.7 16.5 17.8 21.6 20.2 23.9 17.0 19.4 17.6 18.2 18.4 18.3 23.4 17.4 17.7 16.8 25.0 21.9 23.1 28.3 20.0 18.1 21.8 27.2 20.5 20.8 26.3 25.6 22.6 20.5 19.4

JOHN TAYLOR

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL

DEFENSIVE RECORDS Total Tackles – game No. Name 23 Craig Parsley 20 Russell Reeves 16 Andre Caroll 16 Russell Reeves 16 Sam Smith 16 Justin Mitchell

Opp Howard Delaware NCAT SC State Beth-Cook NCAT

Date 11/18/89 11/23/07 10/16/10 10/28/06 10/9/04 11/9/02

Interceptions—Season, cont. 7 Reggie Johnson 1988 6 Deon Rheubottom 2001 6 Brian Randall 1992 6 Brian Randall 1991 6 Brian Randall 1990 6 Joe Burton 1985 6 Phillip Howard 1977 6 Andre Dixon 1975 Interceptions—Career 28 Jimmie Strong 21 Brian Randall 19 Joe Burton 14 Reggie Johnson 14 Timothy King 14 Luther King 12 Bertram Chew 10 Deon Rheubottom 10 Victor Heflin

Total Tackles – season No. Name 159 Stephen Coleman 158 Greg Wright 156 Clarence Pritchett 139 Greg Wright 133 Anthony Sharpe 130 Bruce Davis 126 Odell Jones 123 Mike Colbert 121 Lloyd Badson 119 Lloyd Badson

UT/AT 73/86 91/67 71/85 48/91 28/105 53/77 60/66 28/95 61/60 52/67

Year 1972 1978 1972 1979 1981 1991 1927 1982 1995 1993

Total Tackles – Career No. Name 350 Anthony Sharpe 316 Lloyd Badson 304 Russell Reeves 297 Greg Wright 234 Ronnie Wilkerson 234 Robert Presbury 233 Craig Parsley 220 Derek Andrews 216 Daniel Coppedge 212 Timothy King

UT/AT 75/275 134/82 140/164 139/158 132/102 96/138 140/164 80/140 67/139 76/134

Year 1979-82 1992-95 2004-07 1978-79 1993-96 1984-87 1987-90 1984-87 1982-85 1978-81

Quarterback Sacks-Game 5 Leroy Thompson NCA&T 11/9/91 4 Ato Polk NCA&T 11/8/99 4 Sam Smith Florida A&M 9/3/05 Quarterback Sacks—Season 16 Leroy Thompson 1991 14 Malcolm Showell 1989 13.5 Sam Smith 2005 13 Anthony Sharpe 1981 12 Robert Presbury 1987 11 Leroy Thompson 1992 11 Robert Presbury 1986 11 James Thornton 1981 10 Jason Winfield 1991 9.5 Malcolm Showell 1988

NCA&T Va. State Towson Howard Morris Brown

Interceptions—Season 14 Luther Howard 12 Jimmie Strong 8 Bertram Chew 8 Victor Heflin

1972 1965 1985 1982

Interception Return Yards—Season 175 Davon Moore 4 int. 139 Brian Randall 6 int. 127 Eric Wainwright 5 int. 124 Joe Burton 5 int. 123 Brian Randall 6 int. 114 Thomas Douglas 3 int. 114 Andre Dixon 6 int. 98 Tom Kelly 4 int. 97 Bill Alston 3 int. 92 Jerome Strums 4 int. 92 Walter Tullis 2 int.

2012 1991 1987 1984 1990 1978 1977 1981 1982 2009 1975

Interception Return Yards 367 Brian Randall 248 Joe Burton 210 Deon Rheubottom 189 Eric Wainwright 175 Davon Moore 153 Russell Reeves 118 Jerome Strums 114 Thomas Douglas 114 Andre Dixon

1990-93 1983-86 2002-05 1987-88 20112003-07 2008-09 1975-78 1973-77

—Career 21 int. 19 int. 10 int. 7 int, 4 int. 6 int. 7 int. 3 int. 6 int.

Int. for Touchdown—Season 2 Russell Reeves 2006 2 Brian Randall 1991 2 Eric Dines 1987 2 Eric Wainwright 1987 2 Walter Tullis 1972 1 by 28 players

Quarterback Sacks—Career 31 Robert Presbury 1984-87 30.5 Malcolm Showell 1987-90 30 Leroy Thompson 1990-92 21.5 Anthony Sharpe 1979-82 20 Sam Smith 2004-05 19 Uhuru Hamiter 1992-94 17 Cedric Jones 1994-97 17 Joe Lane 1981-84 16.5 Dan Candeloro 1983-86 15.5 Zachary Dunn 1998-01 Interceptions—Game 4 Bertram Chew 3 Victor Heflin 3 Brian Randall 3 DaShane Dennis 3 Deon Rheubottom

1962-65 1990-93 1983-86 1986-89 1978-81 1970-72 1982-85 2001-04 1980-82

9/7/85 10/25/82 10/10/92 11/17/01 8/3/102

Bowie State Liberty NCA&T NCA&T Howard Central St. Delaware Norfolk St. Wm. Pat. Akron

Fumble Return Yds.—Season 117 DaShane Dennis 2FR 100 Akeem Green 1FR 100 Stephen Brown 2FR

Fumble Return Yds.—Career 120 Justin Mitchell 12FR 117 DaShane Dennis 6FR 100 Akeem Green 3FR 100 Stephen Brown 3FR

2001-03 1999-01 2004-07 1999-02

Fumble Recoveries —Season 6 Justin Mitchell 2001 6 Donald Robinson 1976 5 James Thornton 1981 4 by eight players 3 by 14 players Fumble Recoveries—Career 12 Justin Mitchell 2001-03 6 Alphonso Tyler 1990-91 6 DaShane Dennis 1999-01 5 Brandon Yarber 1999-02 5 Joshaun Smith 1996-99 Fumble Return for TD—Season 2 Stephen Brown 2001

Int. for Touchdown—Career 3 Russell Reeves 2003-07 3 Eric Wainwright 1987-88 3 Walter Tullis 1972-95 2 Brian Randall 1990-93 2 Eric Dines 1986-87 Longest Int. return 92 Joe Burton 88 Bill Alston 86 Akeem Green 85 Jermond Colston 79 Nick Williams 75 Tom Kelly 71 Jerome Strums 70 Davon Moore 65 Walter Tullis 64 Eric Wainwright

Russell Reeves

Fumble Return for TD—Career 3 Justin Mitchell 2001-03 2 Stephen Brown 1999-02

10/13/84 11/20/82 10/13/07 10/20/12 11/17/12 11/14/81 9/19/08 10/6/12 9/13/75 10/17/87

Longest Fumble Returns 100 Akeem Green Morgan St. 95 Brian Randall Morgan St. 75 Justin Mitchell Hampton 75 Stephen Brown Morgan St. 68 DaShane Dennis Morgn St.

10/20/07 10/24/92 10/5/02 10/20/01 10/23/99

1999 2007 2001

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

129

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DEFENSIVE RECORDS ALL-TIME TACKLE LEADERS (BY YEAR)\ (Since 1970) Year Name Tackles 1970 Glenn James 109 1971 No Record 1972 Stephen Coleman 159 1973 No Record 1974 No Record 1975 No Record 1976 No Record 1977 No Record 1978 Greg Wright 158 1979 Greg Wright 139 1980 Timothy King 104 1981 Anthony Sharpe 133 1982 Mike Colbert 123 1983 Bertram Chew 75 1984 Daniel Coppedge 98 1985 Daniel Coppedge 81 1986 Robert Presbury 91 1987 Derek Andrews 103 1988 Marvin Bright 89 1989 Craig Parsley 104 1990 Craig Parsley 62 1991 Bruce Davis 130 1992 LeRoy Thompson 89 1993 Lloyd Badson 119 1994 Antoine Morris 82 1995 Lloyd Badson 121 1996 Ronnie Wilkerson 101 1997 Jamal Perkins 72 1998 Zach Harden 69 1999 Dante Jones 74 2000 Rick Mason 93 2001 Justin Mitchell 51 2002 Justin Mitchell 65 2003 Justin Mitchell 74 2004 Sam Smith 104 2005 Sam Smith 75 2006 Russell Reeves 79 2007 Rusell Reeves 92 2008 Kevin Conner 95 2009 Andre Caroll 56 2010 Andre Caroll 96 2011 Quentin Ferguson 106 2012 Davon Moore 97

Sam Smith ALL-TIME SACK (Since 1970) Year 1979 1980

1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Andre Carroll

130

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

LEADERS (BY YEAR)\ Name Donald Robinson Calvin Mason Ricky Mason Jonathan Anderson Kevin Williams Anthony Sharpe Anthony Sharpe Derrick Thompson Joe Lane Dan Candelero Robert Presbury Robert Presbury Robert Presbury Malcolm Showell Malcolm Showell Malcolm Showell LeRoy Thompson LeRoy Thompson Uhuru Hamiter Uhuru Hamiter Ernest Shockley Cedric Jones Cedric Jones Zach Haden Wayne Stackhouse Ato Polk Zachary Dunn Brandon Yarber Justin Mitchell Justin Mitchell Tyrone Greenwood Sam Smith Sam Smith Kelly Rouse Russell Reeves Joe Mendes Andre Caroll Andre Caroll Darrell Brown Rodney Gunter

ALL-TIME INT LEADERS (BY YEAR) (Since 1970) Year Name 1970 Joseph Moore 1971 No Records 1972 Luther Howard 1973 No Records 1974 No Records 1975 Andre Dixon 1976 Andre Dixon Shelton Smith 1977 Phillip Howland 1978 Thomas Douglas 1979 Timothy King 1980 Timothy King 1981 Timothy King Tom Kelley 1982 Victor Heflin 1983 Mike Cherry 1984 Joe Burton Billy Alston 1985 Bertram Chew 1986 Joe Burton 1987 Eric Wainwright Willie Sheppard 1988 Reggie Johnson 1989 Marc Ware Reggie Johnson 1990 Brian Randall 1991 Brian Randall 1992 Brian Randall 1993 Brian Randall 1994 Vincent Pendergrass Shunard Brown Jemel Blagmon 1995 Ray Bias Roderick Farmer Sacks 1996 Mansfield Brooker 8.0 1997 DaShane Dennis 1.0 1998 Dante Jones 1.0 1999 DaShane Dennis 1.0 Jasper Owens 1.0 2000 Deon Rheubottom 13.0 2001 Deon Rheubottom 6.5 2002 Stephen Brown 6.5 Jamel Trott 6.0 2003 Blake Saunders 6.5 2004 Blake Saunders 8.0 2005 Russell Reeves 11.0 2006 Josh Pope 12.0 Kofi Amoah 9.5 Akeem Green 14.0 2007 James Romain 5.0 2008 Jerome Strums 16.0 2009 Jomah Watston 11.0 2010 Matt Spicer 6.0 Francis Adjei 9.0 Jermond Colston 5.0 2011 Davon Moore 5.0 2012 7.0 3.0 3.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 6.5 4.5 5.0 6.5 13.5 3.5 5.0 3.5 2.5 4.0 3.0 5.5

INT 3 14 6 2 2 6 3 5 5 4 4 8 5 5 5 8 5 5 5 7 3 3 6 6 6 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 2 2 2 4 6 3 3 4 3 3 2 2 2 3 4 4 2 2 2 2 4

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL

TEAM RECORDS Best Record 8-0 9-1 10-2 9-2 9-2 8-2 6-2 8-3 7-3 7-3

(1.000) (.900) (.833) (.818) (.818) (.800) (.750) (.727) (.700) (.700)

1934 1987 2007 1985 1991 1984 1970 2006 1960 1990

Most Wins 10 9 8 7 6

2007 1985, 1987, 1991 1934, 1984, 2006 1960, 1990 1970

Most Points Allowed (Season)

Most First Downs Rushing (Game)

482 437 378 352 348

Most First Downs Rushing (Season)

1988 1980 2000 1993 2003

11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games

Fewest Points Scored (Season) 34 41 48 52 80 91 102 103 108 109

1971 1979 1951 1967 1978 1976 1980 1963 1948 1965

9 games 9 games 9 games 9 games 10 games 11 games 11 games 9 games 9 games 9 games

Fewest Points Allowed (Season)

Pts. 30 29 29 28 28 28 28 28

2 15 24 31 34 52 83 87 96 104

Opp Ark.-Pine Bluff Liberty Howard Morgan State Liberty Bethune-Cookman Morgan State St. Francis (Pa.)

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

Most Points Scored (Half) Pts. 51 49 48 48 42 42 42 42 39

Date 10/15/88 9/9/06 9/26/87 10/23/93 9/24/83 10/22/83 10/13/84 11/23/91 11/9/85

Opp. Ark.-Pine Bluff St. Francis (Pa.) UDC Morgan State UDC Liberty Bowie Howard Southern

Half 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

Most Points Scored (Game) 70 69 66 66 65 64 63 62 58 58

Bowie State UDC St. Paul‟s Lock Haven Morgan State Howard St. Francis (Pa.) Concord (W.V.) St. Paul‟s Ark.-Pine Bluff

70-8 69-14 66-0 66-19 65-42 64-37 62-28 62-0 58-0 58-7

10/13/84 10/26/97 1950 9/3/96 10/25/93 11/18/00 9/9/06 11/4/06 1948 10/15/88

Most Points Scored (Season) 425 387 380 371 368 345 335 335 315 300

1984 1985 2000 1993 1983 1987 2006 2007 2001 1991

10 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 10 games 11 games 12 games 11 games 11 games

11/8/80

Portland State

1st Q

Most Points Allowed (Half) 63

11/8/80

Portland State

1st H

Most Points Scored (Game) 104

11/8/80

Portland State

8 games 8 games 8 games 8 games 8 games 9 games 8 games 8 games 8 games 8 games

1984 2000 1993 2006 1990 2001 1992 1994

10 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games

1984 1992 1985 1987 1983 1990 1992 1991 three times

79 76 71 69 69 67 67 66

10 games 11 games 11 games 10 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games

2000 2010 1999 1998 2012 1985 1989 1994

32 31 30 30 29 28 28 28 28 27

vs. Grambling at Norfolk St. at Liberty vs. Cheyney vs. SC State vs. SC State vs. Northeastern vs. Morgan State vs. Bucknell four times

518 509 507 497 481 463 435 427 427 402

11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games

45-42 26-38 48-24 50-18 57-32 50-36 43-16 65-42 28-33

vs. Florida A&M vs. Delaware vs. Morgan State vs. Norfolk State vs. Howard vs. Norfolk State vs. Morgan State vs. NCA&T

10/3/98 9/8/12 10/23/04 9/19/98 11/19/11 10/8/11 10/25/12 10/15/11

2012 2010 1998 2004 2011 1999 1994

11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games

vs. Howard vs. Jackson State at Northeastern vs. Howard vs. Morgan State vs. Towson vs. Grambling four times

29-14 37-34 46-20 56-12 41-17 24-13 45-42

11/17/90 10/5/91 11/16/91 11/23/91 10/24/92 9/22/90 9/26/92

Most Rushing Yards (Game)

Most Passing TD (Season) 32 23 19 16 15 15 15 14

10 games 11 games 10 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 10 games

Most Rushing Attempts (Game)

Most Rushing TD Season 45 36 34 33 32 32 31 28 25

20 17 17 17 16 16 15 15

133 126 116 104 104 91 90

Most TDs Scored (Season) 61 54 51 44 43 42 41 40

1984 1991 1990 1983 1986 1992 1993 1985 1987

Most First Downs Rushing (Season)

vs. Towson vs. Liberty vs. Bethune-Cookman vs. Morgan State vs. NCA&T vs. Liberty vs. Jackson State vs. Northeastern vs. Cheyney vs. Grambling

24-13 34-11 55-26 65-42 56-7 48-24 37-34 24-37 50-18 45-42

9/22/90 11/10/84 10/2/93 10/23/93 9/22/84 10/22/83 10/5/91 11/15/86 9/6/97 9/26/92

Most Rushing Yards (Season)

Most First Downs (Game)

Most Points Allowed (Quarter) 49

1934 1955 1935 1954 1957 1956 1970 1960 1953 1946

176 156 152 146 146 143 142 138 123

9/22/90 10/5/91

Most First Downs Passing (Game)

Most Points Scored (Quarter) Date 10/15/88 10/6/90 11/23/91 10/23/93 10/22/83 10/5/85 10/25/03 9/9/06

24 vs. Towson 24-13 24 vs. Jackson State 37-34

9/26/92 9/19/98 10/22/83 9/6/97 10/28/00 9/3/84 9/8/90 10/23/93 9/6/03

3,773 3,283 3,119 3,117 3,099 3,034 2,987 2,931 2,914 2,571

1984 1991 1985 1983 1992 1993 1990 1987 1986 1996

10 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 10 games 10 games 11 games 11 games

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131

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TEAM RECORDS Most Rushing Yards Allowed (Game)

Most Total Yards (Game)

504 461 450 440 429

730vs. Morgan State 624 at Liberty 602 vs. Central State 593 vs. Bethune-Cookman 587 vs. Lock Haven 579 vs. Towson 578 vs. SC State 577 vs. SC State 575 vs. Howard 567 at Howard

Elon Michigan Bethune-Cookman NCA&T Bethune-Cookman

9/11/99 10/17/09 10/7/00 10/18/80 10/10/98

Fewest Rushing Allowed Yards (Game) -85 -29 -23 -8 -7

Norfolk State Connecticut Cheyney Morgan State Fayetteville State

11/10/01 10/12/85 9/5/92 10/20/90 9/4/93

vs. Florida A&M at NC Central at Norfolk State vs. Morgan State vs. Hampton at Delaware

21-56 20-23 OT 26-38 37-51 14-20 14-38

10/3/98 11/3/12 9/19/98 10/23/04 9/30/10 9/8/12

Fewest Pass Attempts (Game) 1 2 4 4 5

vs. Northeastern vs. SC State vs. Northeastern vs. Cheyney six times

24-37 19-14 46-20 44-12

11/15/86 11/2/91 11/16/91 9/11/93

Most Passing Yards (Game) 430 426 400 398 351 339 339 324

at Morgan State vs. Florida A&M at Howard at Morgan State at Bucknell at Norfolk State vs. Norfolk State vs Howard

30-34 21-56 53-43 28-23 28-38 31-28 30-48 39-36

10/23/04 10/3/98 11/20/10 10/25/12 9/25/99 11/11/00 10/8/11 11/19/11

Most Passing Yards (Season) Yds 2,828 2,635 2,476 2,452 2,230 2,198 2,171

Year 2012 1998 2004 2000 1994 2011 1999

Most Coaching Wins (Career) 10/23/93 10/22/83 10/27/84 10/2/93 9/1/96 9/22/90 10/28/00 11/1/86 11/23/85 11/11/00

Most Total Yards (Season)

Most Passing Attempts (Game) 62 56 53 51 50 50

65-42 48-24 55-17 55-26 66-19 24-13 57-32 34-21 38-16 64-36

5,103 4,763 4,557 4,502 4,428 4,355 4,305 4,265 4,092 4,059

727 689 623 617 611

at Michigan at SC State at Florida A&M vs. Florida A&M at Bethune-Cookman

6-63 0-69 0-49 21-56 20-41

Minimum 30 games .628 Bill Collick .612 Edward Jackson .532 Al Lavan .531 Bennie J. George .500 Joe Purzycki

1934 1935 1954 1957 1955 1856

10/17/09 9/24/11 10/18/97 10/3/98 10/7/00

11 games 11 games 10 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games

Most Passing Yards Allowed (Game)

Most Coaching Wins (Season)

487 478 450 450 429

10 9 9 9 8 8 8 7

Howard Florida A&M Bethune-Cookman Florida A&M Central St. (Ohio)

43-31 38-43 55-26 21-56 26-49

11/17/01 10/13/90 10/2/93 10/3/98 11/5/83

Most INTs Thrown (Game) 6 5

at Hampton 6-48 11/12/11 seven times (last at Bethune-Cookman 10/7/00)

Al Lavan Bill Collick Bill Collick Bill Collick Al Lavan Joe Purzycki Edward Jackson 12 times

10-1 901 9-2 9-2 8-3 8-2 8-0

1985-96 1933-45; 1953-55 2004-10 1956-59 1981-84

129 77 74 67 43 42 40 36 33 32

Bill Collick Al Lavan Arnold Jeter Edward Jackson Joe Purzycki Edmund Wyche Ben Blacknall Roy D. Moore John McKenzie Bennie J. George

1985-96 2004-10 1967-74 1933-45; 1953-55 1981-84 1975-78 2000-03 1961-64 1997-99 1956-59

DSU All-Time Coaching Records

8 games 8 games 8 games 8 games 8 games 8 games

Most Sacks (Season) 1991 1983 1987 1989 2005 1981 1985 2001 1999

1985-96 1933-45; 1953-55 2004-10 1967-74 1981-84 1975-80 1956-59 2000-03 1946-49 1961-64

Most Games Coached

Most Shutouts (Season) 7 6 5 5 4 4

Bill Collick Edward Jackson Al Lavan Arnold Jeter Joe Purzycki Edmond Wyche Bennie J. George Ben Blacknall Thomas Conrad Roy D. Moore

Best Win Percentage (Career)

10 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 10 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games

Most Total Yards Allowed (Game)

46 43 42 40 37 36 36 33 28

Games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games 11 games

1984 1985 1994 1993 1992 1990 2000 1983 1986 1996

81 47 41 25 21 18 17 16 15 15

2007 1987 1991 1985 2006 1984 1934

Edward Jackson Thomas Conrad Robert White Willard S. Jones Bennie J. George Preston Mitchell Roy D. Moore U.S. Washington Arnold Jeter Edmond Wyche Charles Henderson Joe Purzycki Bill Collick John McKenzie Ben Blacknall Butch Posey* Al Lavan Kermit Blount

1933-45; 1953-55 1946-49 1950-51 1952 1956-59 1960 1961-64 1965-66 1967-74 1975-78 1979-80 1981-84 1985-96 1997-99 2000-03 2003 2004-10 2011-

47-26-2 15-16-1 4-14-1 1-7-0 17-15-1 4-4-0 15-20-1 7-10-0 25-48-1 18-23-1 6-14-1 21-21-1 81-48-0 7-26-0 16-24-0 1-4-0 41-36-0 9-13-0

*- interim

Most INTs Thrown (Season) 31 22 21 20 19

1987 2011 1975 1997 1980

132

10 games 11 games 10 games 11 games 11 games

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL

ASSISTANT COACHES (Since 1971) 1971: 1972: 1973: 1974: 1975: 1976: 1977: 1978: 1979: 1980: 1981: 1982: 1983: 1984: 1985: 1986: 1987: 1988: 1989: 1990: 1991: 1992: 1993: 1994: 1995: 1996: 1997: 1998: 1999: 2000: 2001: 2002: 2003: 2004: 2005: 2006: 2007: 2008: 2009: 2010: 2011: 2012: 2013:

Donald Blakey, Joe Burden, Rufus Simmons, Horace Small Joe Burden, Gerald Kobasa, Roy Knight, Charles May, Horace Small Joe Burden, Roy Knight, Gerald Kobasa, Charles May, Horace Small No Record Milton Fitch, Byarie Jones, Tom Kinkus, Jackie Robinson, Jimmie Strong Charles Henderson, Byarie Jones, Tom Kinkus, Jim Refosco, Jimmie Strong Norman Hayes, Charles Henderson, Byarie Jones, Jackie Robinson Norman Hayes, Charles Henderson, Byarie Jones, Jackie Robinson Byarie Jones, Roy Knight, Jackie Robinson Scottie Elliot, Earl Goodman, Byarie Jones, Roy Knight, Jackie Robinson William Billings, C. Jeffrey Cannon, William Collick, Gregory McLaurin, Walter Tullis William Billings, C. Jeffrey Cannon, William Collick, Gregory McLaurin, Walter Tullis William Billings, C. Jeffrey Cannon, William Collick, Gregory McLaurin William Billings, C. Jeffrey Cannon, William Collick, Keith Hinkle, Gregory McLaurin, Levi Shade John Coveleski, David Dolch, Donald Golacinski, Robert Maull, Jr., Gregory McLaurin, John Coveleski, Scot Dapp, Donald Golacinski, Gregory McLaurin, Thurmond Moore John Coveleski, Donald Golacinski, Gregory McLaurin, Thurmond Moore, Keith E. Tillman John Coveleski, Sean Gibson, Donald Golacinski, Franz Kappel, Gregory McLaurin, Thurmond Moore, Joe Wysock Sean Gibson, Don Golacinski, Dwayne Henry, Gregory McLaurin, Baxter Weber, Andre Williams William Billings, Ed DiFederico, Dwayne Henry, Franz Kappel, Gregory McLaurin, Andre Williams William Billings, Ed DiFederico, Dwayne Henry, Franz Kappel, Gregory McLaurin, Andre Williams William Billings, Ed DiFederico, Dwayne Henry, Franz Kappel, Gregory McLaurin, Andre Williams William Billings, Ed DiFederico, Dwayne Henry, Franz Kappel, Gregory McLaurin, Andre Williams William Billings, Dwayne Henry, Franz Kappel, Tony Pierce, Nickolas Polk, Eric Wainwright William Billings, Jeff Braxton, Dwayne Henry, Darryl Holmes, T.J. McCreight, Nickolas Polk Jeff Braxton, Nick Calcutta, Dwayne Henry, Darryl Holmes, Franz Kappel, T.J. McCreight, Franklin Moon, Mike Walker Roy Bennett, Reggie Brown, Maurice Heard, Patrick Johnson, Leontist Wagner, Deatrich Wise Roy Bennett, Reggie Brown, Maurice Heard, Patrick Johnson, Leontist Wagner, Deatrich Wise Reggie Brown, Damon Frenchers, Patrick Johnson, Trei Oliver, Vincent “Chico” Williams Jeff Braxton, Damon Frenchers, Leo Hamlett, Trei Oliver, Butch Posey, Curtis Thomas, Vincent “Chico” Williams Jeff Braxton, David Francis, Damon Frenchers, Leo Hamlett, Trei Oliver, Butch Posey, Curtis Thomas, Vincent “Chico” Williams Jeff Braxton, Damon Frenchers, Leo Hamlett, Trei Oliver, Butch Posey, Curtis Thomas, Vincent “Chico” Williams Jeff Braxton, Andre Creamer, Damon Frenchers, Leo Hamlett, Albert Horsey, James Posey, Butch Posey, Curtis Thomas, Vincent “Chico” Williams Eric Day, Derek Hall, Luke Harris, Marshall Hayes, Larry Holton, Aubrey Kelly, Greg McLaurin, Tim Orr, Curtis Thomas Raimond Braithwaite, Andre Creamer, Eric Day, Derek Hall, Luke Harris, David Melendez, Curtis Thomas, Dwayne Thomas, Vincent White Jeff Braxton, Andre Creamer, Eric Day, Derek Hall, Paul Macklin, Ed Sanders, Curtis Thomas, Dwayne Thomas Jeff Braxton, Mike Gallagher, Derek Hall, Bobby Jones, Paul Macklin, Rayford Petty, Doug Sams, Ed Sanders, Curtis Thomas, Renato Diaz, Mike Gallagher, Derek Hall, Bobby Jones, Lawrence Livingston, Rayford Petty, Ed Sanders, Doug Sams, Curtis Thomas Ronald Bolton, Renato Diaz, Mike Gallagher, Bernd Gottschalk, Bobby Jones, Rayford Petty, Doug Sams, Ed Sanders, Adam Short er, Curtis Thomas Ronald Bolton, Nick Calcutta, Renato Diaz, Mike Gallagher, Bobby Jones, John Morgan, Rayford Petty, Doug Sams, Curtis Thomas Jeff Braxton, Nick Calcutta, Bryant Foster, Arrington Jones, Mike Ketchum, Will King, Curtis Thomas, Tory Woodbury Jeff Braxton, Nick Calcutta, Bryant Foster, Arrington Jones, Mike Ketchum, Curtis Thomas, Tory Woodbury, Carlos Woods, Lonnie Teasley (grad. asst.) Jeff Braxton, Nick Calcutta, Bryant Foster, Arrington Jones, Don Jones, Mike Ketchum, Lonnie Teasley, Curtis Thomas, Tory Wood bury

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

133

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HOMECOMING RECORDS (Since 1969) HOMECOMING COACHING RECORDS Arnold Jeter 1969-74 3-3 Edmond Wyche 1975-78 4-0 Charles Henderson 1979-80 2-0 Joe Purzycki 1981-94 3-1 Bill Collick 1985-96 9-3 John McKenzie 1997-99 1-2 Ben Blacknall 2000-03 3-0 Butch Posey* 2003 0-1 Al Lavan 2004-10 6-1 Kermit Blount 20111-1 BIGGEST HOMECOMING WIN Oct. 5, 1985 51-7 Bethune-Cookman TOP HOMECOMING CROWDS 12,000 1994 W 55-17 8,500 1985 W 51-7 7,800 1988 W 28-7 7,522 1987 W 41-9 7,230 1991 W 26-10 7,100 1982 W 15-14 7,000 1983 W 26-7 6,839 1997 L 7-14 6,583 2004 L 14-28 6,352 2000 W 57-32

Central St. Beth-Cook SC State NCA&T Morgan St. Va. State NCA&T Morgan St. SC State SC State

LONGEST HOMECOMING WIN STREAK 10 games 1982-91 6 games 2005-10 LONGEST HOMECOMING LOSING STREAK 3 games 1996-98

HOMECOMING OPPONENTS Opp Gms Record Morgan State 12 9-3 SC State 11 6-5 NCA&T 6 6-0 NC Central 3 2-1 Howard 3 1-2 Kentucky State 2 2-0 Central State 2 2-0 Bethune-Cookman 1 1-0 Shaw 1 1-0 St. Paul‟s 1 1-0 Virginia State 1 1-0 Towson 1 0-1

134

Last 2011 (L) 2004 (L) 2012 (W) 1978 (W) 1973 (L) 1979 (W) 1984 (W) 1985 (W) 1976 (W) 1970 (W) 1982 (W) 1981 (L)

8,500

HOMECOMING RESULTS (SINCE 1969) YR W/L SCORE OPP 1969 W 10-0 Howard 1970 W 6-0 St. Paul‟s 1971 L 3-24 Howard 1972 W 14-10 NC Central 1973 L 6-29 Howard 1974 L 0-7 NC Central 1975 W 17-3 Morgan State 1976 W 27-6 Shaw 1977 W 10-3 Kentucky State 1978 W 16-13 NC Central 1979 W 16-2 Kentucky State 1980 W 20-14 Central State 1981 L 7-24 Towson 1982 W 15-14 Virginia State 1983 W 26-7 NCA&T 1984 W 55-17 Central State 1985 W 51-7 Bethune-Cookman 1986 W 34-21 SC State 1987 W 41-9 NCA&T 1988 W 28-7 SC State 1989 W 30-7 SC State 1990 W 39-0 SC State 1991 W 26-10 Morgan State 1992 L 7-28 SC State 1993 W 65-42 Morgan State 1994 L 38-42 SC State 1995 W 41-17 Morgan State 1996 L 14-34 SC State 1997 L 7-14 Morgan State 1998 L 14-31 SC State 1999 W 34-20 Morgan State 2000 W 57-32 SC State 2001 W 38-12 Morgan State 2002 W 27-21 SC State 2003 L 36-53 Morgan State 2004 L 14-28 SC State 2005 W 41-14 Morgan State 2006 W 37-21 NCA&T 2007 W 25-17 Morgan State 2008 W 42-7 NCA&T 2009 W 35-22 Morgan State 2010 W 31-26 NCA&T 2011 L 0-12 Morgan State 2012 W 24-0 NCA&T

ATT 5,000 4,650 5,000 7,100 7,000 12,000 8,500 6,000 7,522 7,800 7,230 5,198 6,839 4,131 4,231 6,352 5,189 5,182 5,349 6,583 4,616 4,577 5,446 6,089 5,327 4,131 2,352 6,172

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL

ALL-TIME RESULTS 1924 (0-1) W/L/T L

Score 0-65

Opponent Lincoln (PA)

Score 6-27 13-21 19-48

Opponent Atlantic City H.S. Moorestown H.S.

1926 (1-0) W/L/T W

Score 14-0

Opponent Downingtown (PA) Industrial

1929 (1-0) W/L/T W

Score 12-7

Opponent Normal (Cheyney)

1925 (0-2) W/L/T L L

1930 (4-2) (Overall - 6-5) W/L/T L tute W W L W W 1931 (2-2-1) (Overall - 8-7-1) W/L/T W tute T L L W 1932 (2-5) (Overall - 10-12-1) W/L/T W L L tute L W L L

Score 6-7

Opponent Bordentown (NJ) Military Insti-

18-0 7-0 0-6 14-12 19-0 64-25

Maryland State Howard H.S. Normal (Cheyney) Downingtown (PA) Industrial Maryland State

Score 14-13

Opponent Bordentown (NJ) Military Insti-

0-0 0-30 0-33 30-0 44-76

Howard H.S. Cheyney Downingtown (PA) Industrial Maryland State

Score 29-7 12-13 7-20

Opponent Newark Athletic Club Cheyney Bordentown (NJ) Military Insti-

0-18 13-0 6-20 6-7 73-85

1933 (4-4) (Overall - 14-16-1) Coach: Edward Jackson W/L/T Score L 18-26 L 0-8 L 0-7 L 0-13 W 7-0 W 38-0 W 33-6 W 18-0 114-60 1934 (8-0) (Overall - 22-16-1) Coach: Edward Jackson (12-4) W/L/T Score W 13-0 W 6-2 W 8-0 W 14-0 W 20-0 W 25-0 W 38-0 W 1-0 125-2

Downingtown (PA) Industrial Maryland State Storer College Howard H.S.

Opponent Bowie State Miner (UDC) Cheyney Bordentown (NJ) Military Downingtown (PA) Industrial Maryland State Storer College Howard H.S.

Opponent Bowie State Miner (UDC) Lincoln (PA) Cheyney Bordentown (NJ) Military Downingtown (PA) Industrial Storer College Maryland State (Forfeit)

1935 (7-1) (Overall - 29-17-1) Coach: Edward Jackson (19-5) W/L/T Score L 0-6 W 25-17 W 13-6 W 39-0 Institute W 32-0 Industrial W 42-0 W 52-0 W 7-0 210-24 1936 (1-3-1) (Overall - 30-20-2) Coach: Edward Jackson (20-8-1) W/L/T Score W 18-9 L 0-29 T 6-6 L 0-41 L 0-20 24-105 1937 (1-0) (Overall - 31-20-2) Coach: Edward Jackson (21-8-1) W/L/T Score W 13-6

Opponent Virginia State Miner (UDC) Lincoln (PA) Bordentown (NJ) Military Downingtown (PA) Maryland State Storer College Cheyney

Opponent Bowie State Cheyney Bordentown (Military Lincoln (PA) Miner (UDC)

Opponent Lincoln (PA)

1938 (0-1) (Overall - 31-21-2) Coach: Edward Jackson (21-9-1) W/L/T Score L 7-20

Opponent Cheyney

1939 (0-2) (Overall - 31-23-2) Coach: Edward Jackson (21-11-1) W/L/T Score L 7-12 L

Opponent Cheyney Bordentown Military

1941 (0-3) (Overall - 31-26-2) Coach: Edward Jackson (21-14-1) W/L/T Score L 12-27 L 0-13 L 0-18 12-58 1942 (3-1-1) (Overall - 34-27-3) Coach: Edward Jackson (24-15-2) W/L/T Score L 6-34 T 13-13 W 32-6 W 27-0 W 6-0 84-53 1944 (2-2) (Overall - 36-29-3) Coach: Edward Jackson (26-17-2) W/L/T Score L 0-47 L 0-19 W 7-6 W 18-6 25-78 1945 (3-3, 3-3 CIAA) (Overall - 39-32-3) Coach: Edward Jackson (29-20-2) W/L/T Score W 13-12 L 0-27 L 13-25 W 14-0 L 19-25 W 26-0 85-89 *-CIAA game

Opponent Cheyney Howard Elizabeth City

Opponent Lincoln (PA) Howard Winston-Salem Fort DuPont Virginia Union

Opponent Morgan State Lincoln (PA) Howard Howard

1946 (4-4, 3-4 CIAA) (Overall - 43-36-3) Coach: Thomas Conrad W/L/T Score W 19-7 L 6-32 L 6-22 L 6-19 L 0-12 W 12-6 W 50-0 W 7-6 106-104 *-CIAA game †Flower Bowl 1/1/47- Jacksonville, Fla. 1947 (4-4, 4-3 CIAA) (Overall - 47-40-3) Coach: Thomas Conrad (8-8) W/L/T Score L 0-27 W 7-0 L 0-31 L 7-20 W 11-7 W 20-6 L 0-41 W 22-0 67-132 *-CIAA game 1948 (4-5, 4-4 CIAA) (Overall - 51-45-3) Coach: Thomas Conrad (12-13) W/L/T Score L 0-40 L 0-14 L 0-41 W 7-6 W 14-12 L 7-12 W 58-0 L 0-41 W 22-0 108-166 *-CIAA game 1949 (3-5-1, 3-5-1 CIAA) (Overall - 54-50-4) Coach: Thomas Conrad (15-18-1) W/L/T Score L 0-27 L 7-38 L 0-32 T 12-12 W 26-20 L 6-10 W 13-11 W 40-0 L 7-13 111-163 *-CIAA game 1950 (2-7-1, 2-6-1 CIAA) (Overall - 56-57-5) Coach: Robert White W/L/T Score L 0-13 L 6-7 L 0-20 L 0-34 L 0-18 W 66-0 W 25-14 T 0-0 L 6-13 L 36-44 133-163 *-CIAA game

Opponent Howard* NC Central* Morgan State* Lincoln (PA)* Hampton* Winston-Salem* St. Paul‟s* Florida N&T†

Opponent Howard* NC Central* Morgan State* Lincoln (PA)* J.C. Smith* Winston-Salem* Central (OH) St. Augustine‟s*

Opponent Howard* NC Central* Morgan State* Lincoln (PA)* J.C. Smith* Winston-Salem* St. Paul‟s* Central (OH) St. Augustine‟s*

Opponent NC Central* Howard* Morgan State* Winston-Salem* Lincoln (PA)* J.C. Smith* Bluefield* St. Paul‟s* St. Augustine‟s*

Opponent NC Central* Howard* Morgan State* Maryland State Winston-Salem* St. Paul‟s* J.C. Smith* Lincoln (PA)* St. Augustine‟s* Bluefield*

Opponent NC Central* Morgan State* Lincoln (PA)* Hampton* Howard* Bluefield*

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1951 (2-7, 2-4 CIAA) (Overall - 58-64-5) Coach: Robert White (4-14-1) W/L/T Score L 2-21 L 6-45 L 6-18 L 0-13 L 0-3 L 0-24 L 0-34 W 14-0 W 13-0 48-158 *-CIAA game 1952 (1-7, 1-5 CIAA) (Overall - 59-71-5) Coach: Willard S. Jones W/L/T Score L 0-25 L 6-33 L 0-60 L 6-33 L 0-21 L 6-26 W 24-0 L 6-7 48-205 *-CIAA game 1953 (4-4, 2-4 CIAA) (Overall - 63-75-5) Coach: Edward Jackson (33-24-2) W/L/T Score W 13-6 W 7-6 W 18-0 L 0-26 L 0-20 L 12-19 L 6-7 W 19-12 75-96 *-CIAA game 1954 (7-1, 5-1 CIAA) (Overall - 70-76-5) Coach: Edward Jackson (40-25-2) W/L/T Score W 13-0 W 25-0 W 7-0 W 6-0 W 13-0 W 18-13 W 26-6 L 6-12 114-31 *-CIAA games 1955 (7-1, 5-1 CIAA) (Overall - 77-77-5) Coach: Edward Jackson (47-26-2) W/L/T Score L 0-3 W 37-0 W 13-0 W 12-0 W 20-6 W 37-6 W 18-0 W 6-0 143-15 *-CIAA game

Opponent Howard* Morgan State* Maryland State King‟s (PA) Cheyney J.C. Smith* Lincoln (PA)* St. Paul‟s* St. Augustine‟s*

Opponent Howard* Morgan State* Maryland State King‟s (PA) J.C. Smith* Lincoln (PA)* St. Paul‟s* St. Augustine‟s*

Opponent Howard* Cheyney Norfolk State Hampton* J.C. Smith* Lincoln (PA)* St.Paul‟s* St. Augustine‟s*

Opponent Howard* Cheyney Norfolk State Hampton* J.C. Smith* Lincoln (PA)* St. Paul‟s* St. Augustine‟s*

Opponent Maryland State* Cheyney King‟s (PA) Hampton* J.C. Smith* St. Paul‟s* Lincoln (PA)* St. Augustine‟s*

1957 (6-2, 4-2 CIAA) (Overall - 90-80-6) Coach: Bennie J. George (13-3-1) W/L/T Score L 0-21 W 13-0 L 0-6 W 20-0 W 13-7 W 26-0 W 9-0 W 13-0 104-34 *-CIAA game 1958 (3-5, 3-4 CIAA) (Overall - 93-85-6) Coach: Bennie J. George (16-8-1) W/L/T Score W 20-8 L 0-44 L 14-28 L 6-28 W 26-8 W 46-6 L 6-20 L 0-26 118-168 *-CIAA game 1959 (1-7, 1-6 CIAA) (Overall - 94-92-6) Coach: Bennie J. George (17-15-1) W/L/T Score L 6-14 L 0-26 L 8-26 L 0-42 W 38-13 L 8-14 L 6-8 L 6-12 72-155 *-CIAA game 1960 (4-4, 4-3 CIAA) (Overall - 98-96-6) Coach: Preston Mitchell W/L/T Score L 12-14 W 12-6 L 8-13 W 24-6 L 0-22 W 38-7 W 34-6 L 6-13 134-87 *-CIAA game 1961 (6-3, 5-2 CIAA) (Overall - 104-99-6) Coach: Roy D. Moore W/L/T W L W W L W W L W

Score 20-0 0-40 6-3 24-14 8-25 36-0 16-6 12-21 22-8 144-117

Opponent Maryland State* Bloomsburg Hampton* King‟s (PA) J.C. Smith* Lincoln (PA)* St. Paul‟s* St. Augustine‟s*

Opponent Howard* Maryland State* Hampton* J.C. Smith* Lincoln (PA)* St. Paul‟s* King‟s (PA) St. Augustine‟s*

Opponent Howard* Maryland State* Hampton* J.C. Smith* Lincoln (PA)* St. Paul‟s* King‟s (PA) St. Augustine‟s*

Opponent King‟s (PA) St. Augustine‟s* Hampton* Howard* J.C. Smith* Lincoln (PA)* St. Paul‟s* Maryland State*

Opponent Howard* J.C. Smith* Morgan State* St. Paul‟s* Maryland State* King‟s (PA) St. Augustine‟s* Slippery Rock Hampton*

*-CIAA game 1956 (7-1-1, 5-0-1 CIAA) (CIAA Co-Champions) (Overall - 84-78-6) Coach: Bennie J. George W/L/T Score W 12-7 W 27-0 L 0-13 W 46-6 W 32-0 W 50-0 W 28-0 W 27-13 T 13-13 235-52 *-CIAA game

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Opponent Maryland State* Cheyney Bloomsburg Hampton* J.C. Smith* Lincoln (PA)* St. Paul‟s* King‟s (PA)* St. Augustine‟s*

1962 (4-5, 3-4 CIAA) (Overall – 108-104-6) Coach: Roy D. Moore (10-8) W/L/T Score L 12-21 W 12-9 W 20-0 L 12-20 L 0-34 W 16-8 L 0-19 W 34-14 L 6-18 112-143 *-CIAA game

Opponent Slippery Rock Hampton* Howard* J.C. Smith* Morgan State* King‟s (PA) Maryland State* St. Paul‟s* St. Augustine‟s*

1963 (2-5-1, 1-5 CIAA) (Overall – 110-109-7) Coach: Roy D. Moore (12-13-1) W/L/T Score T 19-19 L 6-25 W 30-0 L 0-43 L 14-46 W 20-12 L 14-22 L 0-37 103-204 *-CIAA game 1964 (3-7, 3-5 CIAA) (Overall – 113-116-7) Coach: Roy D. Moore (15-20-1) W/L/T Score L 0-7 L 6-8 W 26-23 L 16-32 L 6-8 L 6-36 L 0-25 L 0-22 W 18-12 W 19-7 97-180 *-CIAA game 1965 (4-5, 3-3 CIAA) (Overall – 117-121-7) Coach: U.S. Washington W/L/T Score W 26-13 W 20-13 W 30-13 W 6-0 L 0-34 L 7-26 L 14-20 L 6-41 L 0-35 109-195 *-CIAA game

1966 (3-5, 2-4 CIAA) (Overall – 120-126-7) Coach: U.S. Washington (7-10) W/L/T Score L 0-20 L 0-6 W 26-16 L 0-12 L 6-38 W 12-6 W 22-6 L 6-52 72-156 *-CIAA game

1967 (2-6-1, 2-3-1 CIAA) (Overall – 122-132-8) Coach: Arnold Jeter W/L/T Score L 0-16 L 6-26 L 6-35 W 16-0 T 0-0 L 0-27 W 13-12 L 8-37 L 3-16 52-169 *-CIAA game

Opponent Slippery Rock Hampton* Howard* J.C. Smith* Morgan State* Montclair State St. Paul‟s* Maryland State*

Opponent Mansfield Virginia State* Hampton* Howard* J.C. Smith* Morgan State* Montclair State Maryland State* St. Paul‟s* St. Augustine‟s*

Opponent Mansfield Virginia State* Hampton* Howard* Morgan State* Montclair State St. Paul‟s* Maryland State* C.W. Post

Opponent Mansfield Hampton* Howard* St. Paul‟s* Morgan State* Elizabeth City* Montclair State Maryland State*

Opponent Indiana (PA) Mansfield Hampton* Howard* St. Paul‟s* Morgan State* Elizabeth City* Maryland State* Montclair State

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL

ALL-TIME RESULTS 1968 (4-6, 2-4 CIAA) (Overall – 126-138-8) Coach: Arnold Jeter (6-12-1) W/L/T Score L 0-17 W 34-22 W 34-14 L 10-17 W 48-7 W 25-0 L 3-38 L 7-47 L 3-10 L 20-33 184-205 *-CIAA game 1969 (4-5, 3-3 CIAA) (Overall - 130-143-8) Coach: Arnold Jeter (10-17-1) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 20 L 14-20 Sept. 27 W 28-9 Oct. 4 W 20-0 Oct. 11 W 10-0 Oct. 18 W 27-20 Oct. 25 L 14-34 Nov. 1 L 12-35 Nov. 8 L 6-31 Nov. 15 L 19-21 150-170 *-CIAA game

1970 (6-2, 4-1 CIAA) (Overall - 136-145-8) Coach: Arnold Jeter (16-19-1) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 12 W 19-14 Sept. 26 L 7-10 Oct. 3 W 49-0 Oct. 10 W 20-0 Oct. 17 W 6-0 Oct. 24 L 6-34 Oct. 31 W 44-10 Nov. 14 W 21-15 172-83 *-CIAA game 1971 (1-8, 1-5 MEAC) (Overall - 137-153-8) Coach: Arnold Jeter (17-27-1) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 18 L 7-14 Sept. 25 L 0-51 Oct. 2 L 0-30 Oct. 9 L 3-24 Oct. 16 L 3-34 Oct. 23 L 7-33 Oct. 30 W 7-6 Nov. 13 L 7-31 Nov. 20 L 0-37 34-260 *-MEAC game

1972 (5-4, 2-4 MEAC) (Overall - 142-157-8) Coach: Arnold Jeter (22-31-1) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 16 W 27-7 Sept. 23 W 28-21 Oct. 7 L 0-10 Oct. 14 W 14-10 Oct. 21 L 7-42 Oct. 28 L 0-19 Nov. 4 W 26-7 Nov. 11 L 7-13 Nov. 18 W 29-21 138-150 *-MEAC game

Opponent Indiana (PA) Clarion Montclair State Hampton* Howard* St. Paul‟s* Morgan State* East Stroudsburg Elizabeth City* Maryland State*

1973 (0-11, 0-6 MEAC) (Overall - 142-168-8) Coach: Arnold Jeter (22-42-1) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 8 L 0-21 Sept. 15 L 0-13 Sept. 22 L 7-14 Sept. 29 L 14-34 Oct. 6 L 6-29 Oct. 13 L 7-32 Oct. 20 L 6-34 Oct. 27 L 14-20 Nov. 2 L 14-26 Nov. 10 L 12-27 Nov. 17 L 0-27 80-277 *-MEAC game

Opponent at Virginia State C.W. POST MILLERSVILLE ST at Clarion State HOWARD (HC)* at NC Central* MORGAN STATE* at UMES* at Hofstra NC A&T* at SC State*

Opponent at Clarion MONTCLAIR STATE at Hampton* HOWARD (HC)* at St. Paul‟s* MORGAN STATE* at East Stroudsburg ELIZABETH CITY* MARYLAND STATE*

1974 (3-6, 0-6 MEAC) (Overall - 145-174-8) Coach: Arnold Jeter (25-48-1) W/L/T Score Opponent W 14- 8 ELIZABETH CITY ST W 34-10 WILLIAM PATTERSON W 18- 8 FEDERAL CITY (UDC) L 7-30 at Howard* L 0-7 NC CENTRAL* L 7-21 at Morgan State* L 0-36 UMES (HC)* L 14-20 at NC A&T State* L 7-16 SC STATE* 101-156 *-MEAC game

Opponent at Lock Haven St at Montclair State HAMPTON* at Howard* ST. PAUL‟S (HC)* at Morgan State* MILLERSVILLE at Maryland State*

1975 (5-5, 2-4 MEAC) (Overall - 150-179-8) Coach: Edmond Wyche Date W/L/T Score Sept. 6 W 17- 7 Sept. 13 W 29-0 Sept. 20 L 7-33 Oct. 4 W 44-0 Oct. 11 L 7-12 Oct. 18 L 14-16 Oct. 25 W 17- 3 Nov. 8 W 14-6 Nov. 15 L 7-27 Nov. 22 L 0-39 156-143 *-MEAC game

Opponent LOCK HAVEN ST at West Chester St at Hofstra HOWARD (HC)* at NC Central* MORGAN STATE* at UMES* NC A&T STATE* at SC State*

Opponent at C.W. Post at Millersville at Howard* NC CENTRAL (HC)* at Morgan State* UMES* HOFSTRA at NC A&T* SC STATE*

1976 (3-7-1, 1-5 MEAC) (Overall - 153-186-9) Coach: Edmond Wyche (8-12-1) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 4 W 9-7 Sept. 11 L 0-30 Sept. 18 L 0-16 Sept. 25 L 7-41 Oct. 2 W 13-0 Oct. 9 L 0-32 Oct. 16 L 16-27 Oct. 23 L 13-36 Oct. 30 T 0-0 Nov. 6 W 27-6 Nov. 13 L 6-30 91-225 *-MEAC game

1977 (7-4, 4-2 MEAC) (Overall - 160-190-9) Coach: Edmond Wyche (15-16-1) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 10 L 0-21 Sept. 17 L 3-8 Sept. 24 W 18-17 Oct. 1 W 22-0 Oct. 8 W 18-0 Oct. 15 W 23-0 Oct. 22 W 20-6 Oct. 29 W 10-3 Nov. 5 W 10- 6 Nov. 12 L 7-22 Nov. 19 L 15-37 146-123 *-MEAC game

Opponent at Elizabeth City St at William Paterson at Alcorn A&M at UMES* HOWARD* at NC Central* MORGAN ST (HC)* at Shaw NC A&T STATE* at SC State*

Opponent ELIZABETH CITY ST SC STATE* Clarion State Bethune-Cookman* UMES* at Howard* NC CENTRAL at Morgan State* at Kentucky State SHAW (HC) at NC A&T*

Opponent at South Carolina St* CLARION STATE at Salisbury State at UMES* HOWARD* at NC Central MORGAN STATE* KENTUCKY ST (HC) Bethune-Cookman* NC A&T* Florida A&M

1978 (3-7, 3-3 MEAC) (Overall - 163-197-9) Coach: Edmond Wyche (18-23-1) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 9 L 0-34 Sept. 16 L 10-31 Sept. 23 L 0-37 Sept. 30 L 7-17 Oct. 7 L 6-37 Oct. 14 W 16-13 Oct.21 W 13- 6 Oct. 28 L 12-18 Nov. 4 L 7-17 Nov. 11 W 9- 6 80-216 *-MEAC game 1979 (4-5-1, 0-4-1 MEAC) (Overall - 167-202-10) Coach: Charles Henderson Date W/L/T Score Sept. 8 L 6-52 Sept. 15 L 12-45 Sept. 29 W 19-13 Oct. 6 L 0-23 Oct. 13 L 26-31 Oct. 20 L 0-22 Oct. 27 W 16- 2 Nov. 3 W 17-15 Nov. 10 T 21-21 Nov. 17 W 26-10 143-234 *-MEAC game

Opponent at SC State* CLARION STATE at UMES HOWARD* at NC Central MORGAN STATE* KENTUCKY ST (HC) BETHUNE-COOKMAN* NC A&T* at Livingstone

1980 (2-9, 0-5 MEAC) (Overall - 169-211-10) Coach: Charles Henderson (6-14-1) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 6 L 18-27 Sept. 13 L 20-21 Sept. 20 W 8- 6 Sept. 27 L 0-39 Oct. 4 L 20-37 Oct. 11 L 7-49 Oct. 18 L 0-52 Nov. 1 L 0-30 Nov. 8 L 0-105 Nov. 15 W 20-14 Nov. 22 L 9-57 102-437 *-MEAC game

1981 (2-9, 1-4 MEAC) (Overall - 171-220-10) Coach: Joseph Purzycki Date W/L/T Score Sept. 5 L 12-13 Sept. 12 L 0-29 Sept. 19 L 3-27 Sept. 26 L 16-19 Oct. 3 L 0-8 Oct. 10 L 27-31 Oct. 17 W 21-17 Oct. 31 L 7-24 Nov. 7 L 7-13 Nov. 14 W 13-7 Nov. 21 L 16-24 122-213 *-MEAC game 1982 (4-7, 2-3 MEAC) (Overall - 175-227-10) Coach: Joseph Purzycki (6-16) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 11 W 17- 7 Sept. 18 L 23-39 Sept. 24 L 21-41 Oct. 2 L 24-27 Oct. 9 L 14-22 Oct. 16 W 20- 3 Oct. 23 W 15-14 Oct. 30 L 21-35 Nov. 6 L 31-37 Nov. 13 W 15-7 Nov. 20 L 22-35 223-267 *-MEAC game

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

Opponent SC STATE* at Clarion State at Florida A&M UMES* at Howard* NC CENTRAL (HC) at Morgan State* at Kentucky State at Bethune-Cookman* at NC A&T*

Opponent SALISBURY ST SC STATE* UDC at Massachusetts at Bethune-Cookman* at Howard* at NC A&T* at Towson State at Portland State CENTRAL ST (HC) at Florida A&M*

Opponent at Virginia State at SC State* at Florida A&M* WEST CHESTER ST BETHUNE-COOKMAN* HOWARD* NC A&T* TOWSON ST (HC) at Salisbury State at Central State at Eastern Illinois

Opponent SC STATE* FLORIDA A&M* at West Chester St at Bethune-Cookman* at Howard* at NC A&T* VIRGINIA ST (HC) at Towson State CENTRAL STATE NORTHEASTERN LIBERTY BAPTIST

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1983 (7-3-1, 3-1 MEAC) (Overall - 182-230-11) Coach: Joseph Purzycki (13-19-1) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 10 L 17-24 Sept. 17 W 36-34 Sept. 24 W 56- 6 Oct. 1 W 23-16 Oct. 8 W 38-28 Oct. 15 W 26- 7 Oct. 22 W 48-24 Oct. 29 L 15-23 Nov. 5 L 26-49 Nov. 12 T 21-21 Nov. 19 W 62-20 368-252 *-MEAC game 1984 (8-2, 3-1 MEAC) (Overall - 190-232-11) Coach: Joseph Purzycki (21-21-1) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 8 W 50-36 Sept. 15 W 35-0 Sept. 22 W 56-7 Sept. 29 L 38-41 Oct. 6 L 19-20 Oct. 13 W 70-8 Oct. 20 W 23-7 Oct. 27 W 55-17 Nov. 3 W 45- 7 Nov. 10 W 34-11 425-154 †Franklin Field (Philadelphia, PA) *-MEAC game 1985 (9-2, 4-0 MEAC) (MEAC Champions) (Overall - 199-234-11) Coach: William Collick Date W/L/T Aug. 31 W Sept. 7 W Sept. 14 W Sept. 21 W Sept. 28 L Oct. 5 W Oct. 12 W Oct. 26 L Nov. 9 W Nov. 16 W Nov. 23 W

Score 35-0 30-16 38-20 46- 6 17-37 51-7 24-14 26-51 46-8 36-6 38-16 387-181 †Franklin Field (Philadelphia, PA) *-MEAC game 1986 (7-4, 3-2 MEAC) (Overall - 206-238-11) Coach: William Collick (16-6) Date W/L/T Score Aug. 30 W 21-14 Sept. 6 W 30-9 Sept. 20 W 40-12 Oct. 4 L 25-28 Oct. 11 W 32-31 Oct. 18 W 34-17 Oct. 25 W 10- 6 Nov. 1 W 34-21 Nov. 8 L 17-20 Nov. 15 L 24-37 Nov. 22 L 18-27 285-222 †Franklin Field (Philadelphia, PA) *-MEAC game

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Opponent at SC State* at Florida A&M DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BETHUNE-COOKMAN* JAMES MADISON NC A&T (HC)* at Liberty Baptist TOWSON STATE at Central (OH) St at Northeastern HOWARD*

Opponent vs SC State*† NORTHEASTERN at NC A&T* at Bethune-Cookman* at James Madison at Bowie State TOWSON STATE CENTRAL ST (HC) at Howard* LIBERTY BAPTIST

Opponent MORGAN STATE vs. NC A&T*† at SC State* ST. PAUL‟S at Northern Iowa BETHUNE-COOK* (HC) at Connecticut at Towson State at Southern at Northeastern HOWARD*

Opponent at So Louisiana at Boston at Morgan State* vs. Jackson State† CONNECTICUT at Bethune-Cookman* TOWSON STATE SC STATE* (HC) at NC A&T * NORTHEASTERN at Howard*

1987 (9-1, 5-0 MEAC) (MEAC Champions) (Overall - 215-239-11) Coach: William Collick (25-7) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 5 L 13-34 Sept. 19 W 30-7 Sept. 26 W 69-14 Oct. 3 W 45-0 Oct. 17 W 52-26 Oct. 24 W 40-17 Oct. 31 W 28-7 Nov. 7 W 41-9 Nov. 14 W 20-22 Nov. 21 W 7-12

Opponent at Boise State MORGAN STATE* at District of Columbia BETHUNE-COOKMAN* at Akron at Towson State at SC State* NC A&T* (HC) at Ark-Pine Bluff† HOWARD*† 345-148 †Ark-Pine Bluff and Howard forced to forfeit. *-MEAC game 1988 (5-5, 4-2 MEAC) (MEAC Co-Champions) (Overall - 220-244-11) Coach: William Collick (30-12) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 3 L 31-35 Sept. 10 L 7-48 Sept. 24 L 3-24 Oct. 1 L 9-10 Oct. 15 W 58-7 Oct. 22 W 21-8 Oct. 29 W 28-7 Nov. 5 W 37-7 Nov. 12 L 13-22 Nov. 19 W 28-21 235-189 *-MEAC game

1989 (7-4, 5-1 MEAC) (MEAC Champions) (Overall - 227-248-11) Coach: William Collick (37-16) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 2 W 41-0 Sept. 9 L 13-48 Sept. 16 W 11-3 Sept. 23 L 24-38 Oct. 7 W 28-14 Oct. 14 W 18-13 Oct. 21 W 27-12 Oct. 28 W 21-13 Nov. 4 W 30-7 Nov. 11 L 17-35 Nov. 18 L 14-19 244-202 †Baynard Stadium, Wilmington, Del. *-MEAC game

1990 (7-3, 4-2 MEAC) (Overall - 234-251-11) Coach: William Collick (44-19) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 1 L 7-31 Sept. 8 W 43-16 Sept. 22 W 24-13 Sept. 29 W 56-42 Oct. 6 W 38-37 Oct. 13 L 38-43 Oct. 20 W 28-7 Oct. 27 W 39-0 Nov. 3 L 28-48 Nov. 17 W 29-14 330-251 †Baynard Stadium, Wilmington, Del. *-MEAC game

Opponent FLORIDA A&M* at E. Kentucky TOWSON STATE at Bethune-Cookman* ARK-PINE BLUFF at Morgan State* SC STATE (HC)* at NC A&T* W. ILLINOIS at Howard*

Opponent vs Cheyney† at E. Kentucky at Northeastern at Western Illinois BETHUNE-COOKMAN* at Florida A&M* MORGAN STATE* at SC State* NC A&T (HC)* at Towson State HOWARD*

Opponent at Jackson State NORTHEASTERN† TOWSON STATE at Bethune-Cookman* at Liberty FLORIDA A&M* at Morgan State* SC STATE (HC)* NC A&T* at Howard*

1991 (9-2, 5-1 MEAC) (Overall - 243-253-11) Coach: William Collick (53-21) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 7 W 20-28 Sept. 14 W 33-29 Sept. 21 W 13-7 Oct. 5 W 37-34 Oct. 12 L 9-20 Oct. 19 L 10-20 Oct. 26 W 26-10 Nov. 2 W 19-14 Nov. 9 W 31-26 Nov. 16 W 46-20 Nov. 23 W 56-12 300-220 † Baynard Stadium, Wilmington, DE. Bethune-Cookman forced to forfeit. †† RFK Stadium, Washington, DC *-MEAC game 1992 (6-5, 3-3 MEAC) (Overall - 249-258-11) Coach: William Collick (59-26) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 5 W 54-0 Sept. 12 L 20-42 Sept. 19 W 34-17 Sept. 26 W 45-42 Oct. 10 W 27-13 Oct. 17 W 22-20 Oct. 24 W 34-18 Oct. 31 L 7-28 Nov. 7 L 10-24 Nov. 14 L 27-49 Nov. 21 L 28-31 305-274 †Baynard Stadium, Wilmington, Del. †† Silverdome, Pontiac, Mich. *-MEAC game 1993 (6-5, 4-2 MEAC) (Overall - 255-263-11) Coach: William Collick (65-31) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 4 W 31-28 Sept. 11 W 44-12 Sept. 18 L 14-31 Oct. 2 W 55-26 Oct. 9 L 28-42 Oct. 17 W 18-14 Oct. 23 W 65-42 Oct. 30 L 15-38 Nov. 6 W 25-19 Nov. 13 L 43-47 Nov. 20 L 33-53 365-343 †Baynard Stadium, Wilmington, Del. *-MEAC game

1994 (7-4, 4-2 MEAC) (Overall - 262-267-11) Coach: William Collick (72-35) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 3 W 27-19 Sept. 10 L 3-23 Sept. 17 L 18-42 Oct. 1 W 31-13 Oct. 8 W 22-17 Oct. 15 L 18-25 Oct. 22 W 50-21 Oct. 29 L 38-42 Nov. 5 W 31-10 Nov.12 W 28-26 Nov. 19 W 35-24 301-262 †Frawley Stadium, Wilmington, Del. †† Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia, Pa. *-MEAC game

Opponent BETHUNE-COOK†* YOUNGSTOWN ST at Towson State vs. Jackson St†† LIBERTY at Florida A&M* MORGAN ST (HC)* at SC State* at NC A&T * at Northeastern HOWARD*

Opponent vs. Cheyney† at Youngstown St at Bethune-Cookman* vs. Grambling†† TOWSON STATE FLORIDA A&M* at Morgan State* SC STATE (HC)* NC A&T* at Liberty at Howard*

Opponent vs. Fayetteville St† CHEYNEY at Towson State BETHUNE-COOKMAN* at Youngstown St at Florida A&M* MORGAN ST (HC)* at SC State* at NC A&T* LIBERTY HOWARD*

Opponent CHEYNEY YOUNGSTOWN ST TOWSON STATE† at Bethune-Cookman* at Liberty FLORIDA A&M††* at Morgan State* SC STATE (HC)* NC A&T* 330at Rhode Island at Howard*

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL

ALL-TIME RESULTS 1995 (6-5, 5-1 MEAC) (Overall - 268-272-11) Coach: William Collick (78-40) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 2 L 14-17 Sept. 16 L 14-41 Sept. 23 L 14-41 Sept. 30 W 20-14 Oct. 7 L 21-51 Oct. 14 L 21-24 Oct. 21 W 41-17 Oct. 28 W 20-7 Nov. 4 W 17-10 Nov. 11 W 30-20 Nov. 18 W 20-13 232-255 *-MEAC game 1996 (3-8, 2-5 MEAC) (Overall - 271-280-11) Coach: William Collick (81-48) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 7 W 66-19 Sept. 14 L 7-27 Sept. 21 L 16-21 Sept. 28 L 23-27 Oct. 5 W 34-12 Oct. 12 L 7-37 Oct. 19 L 26-47 Oct. 26 W 35-14 Nov. 2 L 14-34 Nov. 9 L 6-31 Nov. 23 L 23-48 257-317 †Atlantic City Convention Center, N.J. *-MEAC game 1997 (3-8, 1-6 MEAC) (Overall - 274-288-11) Coach: John McKenzie Date W/L/T Sept. 6 W Sept. 13 L Sept. 20 W Sept. 27 L Oct. 4 W Oct. 18 L Oct. 25 L Nov. 1 L Nov. 8 L Nov. 15 L Nov. 22 L

Score 50-18 30-40 24-21 17-33 35-14 0-49 7-14 17-37 14-22 20-24 21-40 235-312

Opponent RHODE ISLAND at Western Illinois LIBERTY NORFOLK STATE at Hampton at Florida A&M* MORGAN ST (HC)* at SC State* at NC A&T State* BETHUNE-COOKMAN* HOWARD*

Opponent LOCK HAVEN at Liberty vs. NC Central† at Norfolk State at Bethune-Cookman* HAMPTON* FLORIDA A&M* at Morgan State* SC STATE (HC)* NC A&T* at Howard*

Opponent CHEYNEY at Buffalo NORFOLK STATE LIBERTY BETHUNE-COOKMAN* at Florida A&M* MORGAN ST (HC)* at SC State* at NC A&T* at Hampton HOWARD*

*-MEAC game 1998 (0-11, 0-8 MEAC) (Overall - 274-299-11) Coach: John McKenzie (3-19) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 5 L 0-68 Sept. 12 L 15-37 Sept. 19 L 26-38 Oct. 3 L 21-56 Oct. 10 L 8-50 Oct. 17 L 21-53 Oct. 24 L 13-15 Oct. 31 L 14-31 Nov. 7 L 15-47 Nov. 14 L 13-41 Nov. 21 L 43-46 189-482 *-MEAC game

1999 (4-7, 4-4 MEAC) (Overall - 278-306-11) Coach: John McKenzie (7-26) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 4 L 0-21 Sept. 11 L 28-51 Sept. 18 W 26-6 Sept. 25 L 28-38 Oct. 2 W 43-29 Oct. 8 L 14-58 Oct. 23 W 34-20 Oct. 30 L 19-48 Nov. 6 L 13-24 Nov. 13 L 14-34 Nov. 20 W 42-25 261-354 *-MEAC game

2000 (7-4, 5-3 MEAC) (Overall - 285-310-11) Coach: Ben Blacknall Date W/L/T Score Sept. 2 L 21-49 Sept. 9 L 6-45 Sept. 16 W 45-10 Sept. 23 W 42-25 Sept. 30 L 28-54 Oct. 7 L 20-41 Oct.21 W 20-12 Oct. 28 W 57-32 Nov. 4 W 46-45 Nov. 11 W 31-28 Nov. 18 W 64-37 380-378 *-MEAC game

Opponent FLORIDA A&M* at Elon FAYETTEVILLE ST LIBERTY HAMPTON* at Bethune-Cookman* MORGAN STATE* SC STATE (HC)* NC A&T* at Norfolk State* at Howard*

Opponent at Morris Brown SAVANNAH STATE NORTHWESTERN ST FLORIDA A&M* at Bucknell HAMPTON* at Bethune-Cookman* at Morgan State* SC STATE (HC)* NC A&T* at Norfolk State* at Howard* 218-313

*-MEAC game

Opponent at Hofstra at Elon at Norfolk State* FLORIDA A&M* at Bethune-Cookman* LIBERTY at Morgan State* SC STATE (HC)* NC A&T* HAMPTON at Howard*

Opponent at Hampton* ELON NORFOLK STATE* at Bucknell BETHUNE-COOKMAN* at Hofstra MORGAN ST (HC)* at Florida A&M* at NC A&T* at SC State* HOWARD*

2003 (1-10, 1-6 MEAC) (Overall - 295-333-11) Coach: Ben Blacknall (16-24) Int. Coach: Butch Posey (1-4) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 6 L 28-33 Sept. 13 L 6-43 Sept. 20 L 14-21 Sept. 27 L 14-15 Oct. 4 L 9-41 Oct. 11 L 13-27 Oct. 25 L 36-53 Nov. 1 L 13-36 Nov .8 L 7-33 Nov. 14 W 36-25 Nov. 22 L 6-21 182-348 *-MEAC game 2004 (4-7, 4-3 MEAC) (Overall - 299-340-11) Coach: Al Lavan Date W/L/T Sept. 4 L Sept. 9 L Sept. 18 L Sept. 25 L Oct. 2 W Oct. 9 L Oct. 16 W Oct. 23 L Oct. 30 L Nov. 13 W Nov. 20 W

Score 0-51 23-26 13-49 0-49 28-23 16-45 15-6 30-34 14-28 33-28 32-13 204-352

Score 21-17 38-6 7-65 6-24 8-26 17-0 23-13 41-14 3-24 38-17 23-7 225-213

Opponent Florida A&M* MILLERSVILLE at James Madison at Coastal Carolina at Hampton* BETHUNE-COOKMAN* at NC A&T* MORGAN ST (HC)* at SC State NORFOLK STATE* HOWARD*

Score 34-14 63-28 3-23 14-29 33-31 37-21 29-7 10-9 62-0 33-10 17-20 335-192

Opponent vs. Florida A&M*† ST. FRANCIS at Northwestern St HAMPTON* at Bethune-Cookman* NC A&T* (HC) at Morgan State* SC STATE* CONCORD (W. VA.) at Norfolk State* at Howard*

*-MEAC game

2001 (5-6, 3-5 MEAC) (Overall - 290-316-11) Coach: Ben Blacknall (12-10) Date W/L/T Score Opponent Sept. 1 L 17-35 at Florida A&M Sept. 8 W 27-19 MILLERSVILLE Sept. 22 L 7-34 at Liberty Sept. 29 L 20-31 Hampton* Oct. 6 L 24-49 BETHUNE-COOKMAN*† Oct. 20 W 38-12 MORGAN ST (HC)* Oct. 29 L 21-42 at SC State* Nov. 3 W 45-22 at Savannah State Nov. 10 W 43-13 NORFOLK ST*†† Nov. 17 W 43-31 HOWARD* Nov. 24 L 30-36 at NC A&T* 315-324 †Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia, Pa. ††Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, Calif. *-MEAC game 2002 (4-8, 2-6 MEAC) (Overall - 294-323-11) Coach: Ben Blacknall (16-18) Date W/L/T Score Aug. 31 W 16-10 Sept. 7 W 41-9 Sept. 14 L 14-34 Sept. 21 L 18-20 Sept. 28 L 13-27 Oct. 5 L 13-44 Oct. 12 L 7-49 Oct. 26 L 28-35 (OT) Nov. 2 W 27-21 Nov. 9 L 7-34 Nov. 16 L 20-23 Nov. 23 W 14-7

2005 (7-4, 6-2 MEAC) (Overall - 306-344-11) Coach: Al Lavan (11-11) Date W/L/T Sept. 3 W Sept. 10 W Sept. 17 L Sept. 24 L Oct. 1 L Oct. 8 W Oct. 15 W Oct. 22 W Oct. 29 L Nov. 12 W Nov. 19 W

Opponent BUCKNELL at Northwestern State at NC Central at Florida A&M at Hampton* BETHUNE-COOKMAN* MORGAN ST (HC)* at SC State* at NC A&T* NORFOLK STATE* HOWARD*

2006 (8-3, 6-2 MEAC) (Overall - 314-348-11) Coach: Al Lavan (19-14) Date W/L/T Sept. 2 W Sept. 9 W Sept. 16 L Sept. 30 L Oct. 7 W Oct. 14 W Oct. 21 W Oct. 28 W Nov. 4 W Nov. 11 W Nov. 18 L *-MEAC game †-Ford Field, Detroit, Mich. 2007 (10-2, 8-0 MEAC) (MEAC Champions) (Overall - 324-350-11) Coach: Al Lavan (29-16) Date W/L/T Sept. 1 W Sept. 8 W Sept. 15 L Sept. 29 W Oct. 4 W Oct. 13 W Oct. 20 W Oct. 27 W Nov. 2 W Nov. 10 W Nov. 17 W Nov. 23 L

Score Opponent 23-18 C. CAROLINA 20-7 at Florida A&M* 7-38 at Kent State 24-17 at Hampton* 24-10 BETHUNE-COOKMAN* 27-0 at NC A&T* 25-17 MORGAN ST. (HC)* 17-16 SC State* 23-20 at Winston-Salem St 28-21 (OT) NORFOLK STATE* 29-13 HOWARD* 7-44 at Delaware† 335-192 †-First Round FCS Playoffs, Newark, Del. *-MEAC game 2008 (5-6, 5-3 MEAC) (Overall - 329-356-11) Coach: Al Lavan (34-22) Date W/L/T Sept. 4 W Sept. 13 L Sept. 27 L Oct. 4 L Oct. 11 W Oct. 18 W Oct. 25 L Nov. 1 L Nov. 8 L Nov. 15 W Nov. 22 W

Score 35-28 (OT) 3-24 10-28 14-17 26-20 42-7 3-20 17-23 26-27 34-28 10-6 220-228

Opponent FLORIDA A&M* at Kent State CENTRAL CONN. ST. HAMPTON* 5,218 at Bethune-Cookman* NC A&T (HC)* at Morgan State* SC STATE* WINSTON-SALEM ST. at Norfolk State* at Howard*

*-MEAC game

Opponent MASSACHUSETTS NC CENTRAL at Elon SOUTHERN ILLINOIS HAMPTON* at Bethune-Cookman* NC A&T* at Morgan State* SC STATE (HC)* at Norfolk State* at Howard*

*-MEAC game

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL

ALL-TIME RESULTS 2009 (4-7, 3-5 MEAC) (Overall - 333-363-11) Coach: Al Lavan (38-29) Date W/L/T Sept. 5 L Sept. 19 L Sept. 26 W Oct. 10 L Oct. 17 L Oct. 24 W Oct. 31 L Nov. 7 W Nov. 14 L Nov. 21 W

The last time… Score 12-21 17-27 21-6 7-9 6-63 35-22 10-52 24-21 16-21 30-20 178-262

Opponent at Florida A&M* at Delaware at Hampton* Bethune-Cookman* at Michigan Morgan State* (HC) at South Carolina State* at Winston-Salem State Norfolk State* Howard*

*-MEAC game

2010 (3-8, 2-6 MEAC) (Overall - 336-371-11) Coach: Al Lavan (41-37) Date W/L/T Sept. 5 L Sept. 11 L Sept. 25 L Sept. 30 L Oct. 9 L Oct. 16 W Oct. 23 L Oct. 30 L Nov. 6 W Nov. 13 L Nov. 20 W

Score 27-37 14-17 14-34 14-20 24-47 31-26 24-34 21-38 29-7 21-31 53-43 272-334

Opponent vs. Southern$ Florida A&M* at Coastal Carolina Hampton* at Bethune-Cookman* North Carolina A&T* (HC) at Morgan State* #17 South Carolina State* North Carolina Central at Norfolk State at Howard*

*-MEAC Game $ - MEAC/SWAC Challenge

Team The Hornets scored at least

40 points 50 points 60 points 70 points

11/20/10 11/4/06 11/4/06 10/8/84

at Howard (W, 53-43) vs. Concord (W.Va.) (W, 62-0) vs. Concord (W.Va.) (W, 62-0) vs. Bowie State (W, 70-8)

The Hornets allowed at least

40 points 50 points 60 points 70 points

11/17/12 9/24/11 9/24/11 11/8/80

at Howard (L, 34-41) at SC State (L, 0-69) at SC State (L, 0-69) vs. Portland State (L, 0-105)

The Hornets shut out an opponent

10/20/12

vs. North Carolina A&T (W, 24-0)

The Hornets were shut out

9/24/11

vs. SC State (L, 0-69)

The Hornets rushed for at least 37-21)

300 yards

10/14/06

316 vs. North Carolina A&T (W,

400 yards 500 yards

9/6/97

427 vs. Cheyney (W, 50-18) 10/2/93 507 vs. Bethu-

The Hornets rushed for less than The Hornets passed for at least

100 yards 300 yards 400 yards 500 yards

11/17/12 11/3/12 11/20/10 N/A

59 at Howard (L, 34-41) 305 at NCCU (L, 20-23 OT) 400 at Howard (W, 53-43)

The Hornets gained at least

400 yards 500 yards 600 yards 700 yards

11/10/12 11/10/12 10/23/93 10/23/93

512 vs. Hampton (W, 35-27) 512 vs. Hampton (W, 35-27) 730 vs. Morgan St (W, 65-42) 730 vs. Morgan St (W 65-42)

300 yards 400 yards 500 yards

10/6/12 9/22/12 N/A

312 at Norfolk State (W, 20-17) 405 vs. Florida A&M (L, 22-24)

300 yards 400 yards 500 yards

11/17/12 10/17/09 9/11/99

347 at Howard (L 34-41) 461 at Michigan (L 6-63) 504 vs. Elon (L 28-51)

400 yards 500 yards 600 yards 700 yards

11/17/12 11/17/12 9/24/11 10/17/09

526 at Howard (L, 34-41) 526 at Howard (L, 34-41) 687 at SC State (L, 6-69) 727 at Michigan (L 6-63)

11/3/12 11/4/06 10/24/87 11/12/11 11/12/11 11/8/08

at NC Central (L, 20-23 OT) vs. Concord (W 62-0) vs. Towson State (W 40-17) 6, at Hampton (L, 6-42) 6, at Hampton (L, 6-42) vs. Winston-Salem State (L, 17-18)

ne-Cookman (W, 55-26)

Opponent Passing The Hornets allowed at least The Hornets allowed at least The Hornets allowed at least Opponent Rushing The Hornets allowed at least

2011 (3-8, 1-7 MEAC) (Overall - 339-379-11) Coach: Kermit Blount (3-8) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 3 W 24-21 Sept. 10 W 31-27 Sept. 17 L 0-45 Sept. 24 L 0-69 Oct. 1 L 7-34 Oct. 8 L 21-38 Oct. 15 L 24-42 Oct. 22 L 0-12 Nov. 5 L 7-17 Nov. 12 L 6-42 Nov. 19 W 39-36 159-380 *-MEAC Game

2012 (6-5, 5-3 MEAC) (Overall - 345-384-11) Coach: Kermit Blount (11-13) Date W/L/T Score Sept. 1 W 17-10 Sept. 8 L 14-38 Sept. 15 L 7-23 Sept. 22 L 22-24 Oct. 6 W 20-17 Oct. 13 W 31-17 Oct. 20 W 24-0 Oct. 25 W 28-23 Nov. 3 L 20-23 Nov. 10 W 35-27 Nov. 17 L 34-41 252-243 *-MEAC Game

Opponent at VMI SHAW at Delaware at SC State* at Florida A&M* NORFOLK STATE* at NCA&T* MORGAN STATE* (HC) NC CENTRAL* at Hampton* HOWARD*

Opponent VMI at Delaware at Cincinnati FLORIDA A&M* at Norfolk State* SC STATE* NCA&T* (HC) at Morgan State* at NC Central* HAMPTON* at Howard*

Opponent Total Yards An opponent gained at least

The Hornets intercepted 3 passes in a game: The Hornets intercepted 4 passes in a game: The Hornets intercepted 5 passes in a game: Were intercepted 3 times: Were intercepted 4 times: Recorded a safety: INDIVIDUAL The last time a Hornet… Scored 4 TDs in a game: Scored 5 TDs in a game: Scored 6 TDs in a game: Passed for 4 TDs in a game: Passed for 5 TDs in a game: Passed for 6 TDs in a game: Rushed for at least 100 yards in a game: Rushed for at least 200 yards in a game: Rushed for at least 300 yards in a game: Two Hornets rushed for at least 100 yards in a game:

11/20/10 11/04/00 11/03/84 11/20/10 9/23/00 11/04/00 11/10/12 11/8/08 11/10/84 10/11/08

Three Hornets rushed for at least 100 yards in a game:

10/23/93

Had at least 100 receiving yards: Had at least 200 receiving yards:

11/10/12

Two Hornets had at least 100 receiving yards:

10/25/12

Had a 100-yd rusher & a 100-yd receiver in the same game:

11/10/12

Had 2 100-yd rushers & a 200-yd receiver in the same game:

9/09/06

Had a 200-yard rusher and two 100-yard receivers in the same game: 10/28/00 Had at least 10 receptions: Passed for at least 300 yards: Passed for at least 400 yards:

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11/3/12 11/3/12 10/23/04

Justin Wilson at Howard Darnerien McCants vs. NC A&T Gene Lake vs. Howard Anthony Glaud at Howard Rahsaan Matthews vs Liberty Rahsaan Matthews vs NC A&T Malcolm Williams (113) vs. Hampton Kareem Jones (230) vs. WSSU Gene Lake (336) vs. Liberty Chris Strother (110) and Vashon Winton (102) vs. BethuneCookman Phil Anderson (136), Aaron Spears (133) and Wendell Watson (118) vs. Morgan State Travis Tarpley (171) vs. Hampton 11/20/10 Justin Wilson (217) at How ard Travis Tarpley (143) and Justin Wilson (110) vs. Morgan State Malcolm Williams (113 Rushing) and Travis Tarpley (171 Receiving) vs. Hampton Emmanuel Marc (126 rushing), Lennox Norville (106 rushing) and Shaheer McBride (206 receiving) vs. Saint Francis Grayland King (225 rushing) Darnerien McCants (114 receiving) and Albert Horsey (104 receiving) Justin Wilson (12) vs. NCCU Nick Elko (305) at NCCU Bryan Botts (430) vs. Mor gan State

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALL-TIME SERIES Akron (1-0) H: N/A; A: 1-0; N: N/A Year 1987

W/L W

Score 52-26 (52-26)

Site A

Largest DSU Victory: 52-26 (1987) Largest Akron victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Akron Win Streak: N/A Alcorn State (0-1) H: N/A; A: 0-1; N: N/A Year 1975

W/L L

Score 7-33 (7-33)

Site A

Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Alcorn State victory: 33-7 (1975) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Alcorn State Win Streak: N/A Arkansas-Pine Bluff (2-0) H: 1-0; A: 1-0; N: N/A Year W/L 1987 W# 1988 W

Score 20-22 58-7 (78-29)

Site A H

Largest DSU Victory: 58-7 (1988) Largest Arkansas-Pine Bluff victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1987-1988) Longest Arkansas-Pine Bluff Win Streak: N/A # - Forfeit Atlantic City H.S. (0-1) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: N/A Year 1925

W/L L

Score 6-27 (6-27)

Bloomsburg (1-1) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1956 L 0-13 1957 W 13-0 (13-13) Largest DSU Victory: 13-0 (1957) Largest Bloomsburg victory: 13-0 (1956) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Bloomsburg Win Streak: N/A

Site --

Site H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A 1 7-49 A 13-27 H 16-45 A 17-0 H 33-21 A 24-10 H 26-20 A 7-9 H 24-47 A (870-815)

C.W. Post (1-2) H: 0-1; A: 1-0; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1965 L 0-35 1972 W 27-7 1973 L 0-13 (27-55) Largest DSU Victory: 27-7 (1972) Largest C.W. Post victory: 35-0 (1965) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest C.W. Post Win Streak: N/A

Score 13-34 (13-34)

Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Boise State Victory: 34-13 (1987) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Boise State Win Streak: N/A Bordentown (NJ) Military Institute (3-4-1) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1930 L 6-7 1931 W 14-13 1932 L 7-20 1933 L 0-13 1934 W 20-0 1935 W 39-0 1936 T 6-6 1939 L N/A (92-39) Largest DSU Victory: 39-0 (1935) Largest Bordentown Victory: 20-7 & 13-0 (1932 & 1933) Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1934-1935) Longest Bordentown Win Streak: 2 (1932-1933) Boston (1-0) H: N/A; A: 1-0; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1986 W 30-9 A (30-9) Largest DSU Victory: 30-9 (1986) Largest Boston victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Boston Win Streak: N/A Bowie State (3-1) H: N/A; A: 1-0; N: N/A Year W/L 1933 L 1934 W 1936 W 1984 W

Score 18-26 13-0 18-9 70-8 (119-43) Largest DSU Victory: 70-8 (1984) Largest Bowie State Victory: 26-18 (1933) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1934-1984) Longest Bowie State Win Streak: N/A

Bucknell (0-3) H: 0-1; A: 0-2; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1999 L 28-38 A 2002 L 13-27 A 2003 L 28-33 H (69-98) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Bucknell victory: 27-13 (2002) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Bucknell Win Streak: 3 (1999-2003) Buffalo (0-1) H: N/A; A: 0-1; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1997 L 30-40 A (30-40) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Buffalo victory: 40-30 (1997) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Rhode Island Win Streak: N/A

Bluefield (2-1, 2-1 CIAA) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1945* W 26-0 1949* W 13-11 1950* L 36-44 (75-55) Largest DSU Victory: 26-0 (1945) Largest Bluefield victory: 44-36 (1950) Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1945-1949) Longest Bluefield Win Streak: N/A Boise State (0-1) H: N/A; A: 0-1; N: N/A Year W/L 1987 L

Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Atlantic City Victory: 27-6 (1925) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Atlantic City Win Streak: N/A Bethune-Cookman (19-16, 19-16 MEAC) H: 12-5; A: 7-10; N: 0-1 Year W/L Score 1976** L 7-41 1977** W 10-6 1978** L 7-17 1979** W 17-15 1980** L 20-37 1981** L 0-8 1982** L 24-27 1983** W 23-16 1984** L 38-41 1985** W 51-7 1986** W 34-17 1987** W 45-0 1988** L 9-10 1989** W 28-14 1990** W 56-42 1991** L 20-28 1992** W 34-17 1993** W 55-26 1994** W 31-13 1995** W 30-20 1996** W 34-12 1997** W 35-14 1998** L 8-50 1999** W 43-29 2000** L 20-41 2001** L 24-49 2002** L 2003** L 2004** L 2005** W 2006** W 2007** W 2008** W 2009** L 2010* L

Largest DSU Victory: 45-0 (1987) Largest Bethune-Cookman victory: 50-8 (1998) Longest DSU Win Streak: 6 (1992-1997) Longest Bethune-Cookman Win Streak: 5 (2000-2004) 1 - Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia, PA

Site -A H

Central Connecticut State (0-1) H: 1-0; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 2008 L 10-28 H (10-28) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Central Connecticut State victory: 28-10 (2008) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Central Connecticut State Win Streak: 1 (2008) Central State (3-4) H: 2-1; A: 1-1; N: N/A Year W/L 1947 L 1948 L 1980 W 1981 W 1982 L 1983 L 1984 W

Score Site 0-41 -0-41 -20-14 H 13-7 A 31-37 H 26-49 A 55-17 H (145-206) Largest DSU Victory: 55-17 (1984) Largest Central State victory: 41-0 (1947 and 1948) Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1980-1981) Longest Central State Win Streak: 2 (1947-1948 & 19821983)

Site ---A

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALL-TIME SERIES Cheyney (12-9) H: 3-0-0; A: N/A; N: 2-0-0 Year W/L Score 1929 W 12-7 1930 L 0-6 1931 L 0-30 1932 L 12-13 1933 L 0-7 1934 W 14-0 1935 W 7-0 1936 L 0-29 1938 L 7-20 1939 L 7-12 1941 L 12-27 1951 L 0-3 1953 W 7-6 1954 W 25-0 1955 W 37-0 1956 W 27-0 1989 W 41-0 1992 W 54-0 1993 W 44-12 1994 W 27-19 1997 W 50-18 (383-207) Largest DSU Victory: 54-0 (1992) Largest Cheyney Victory: 30-0 (1931) Longest DSU Win Streak: 9 (1953-1997) Longest Cheyney Win Streak: 5 (1936-1951) 1-Baynard Stadium – Wilmington, Del. Cincinnati (0-1) H: 1-0; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L 2012 L

Score 7-23 (7-23)

Site ----------------1 1 H H H

Site A

Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Cincinnati victory: 23-7 (2012) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Cincinnati Win Streak: 1 (2012) Clarion State (1-6) H: 0-2; A: 0-4; N: N/A Year W/L 1968 W 1969 L 1973 L 1976 L 1977 L 1978 L 1979 L

Score Site 34-22 -14-20 A 14-34 A 0-16 A 3-8 H 10-31 A 12-45 H (87-176) Largest DSU Victory: 34-22 (1968) Largest Clarion State victory: 45-12 (1979) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Elizabeth City State Win Streak: 6 (1969-1979)

Coastal Carolina (1-2) H: 1-0; A: 0-2; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 2005 L 6-24 A 2007 W 23-18 H 2010 L 14-34 A (43-76) Largest DSU Victory: 23-18 (2007) Largest Coastal Carolina victory: 34-14 (2010) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Coastal Carolina Win Streak: N/A

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Connecticut (2-0) H: 1-0; A: 1-0; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1985 W 24-14 A 1986 W 32-21 H (56-35) Largest DSU Victory: 32-21 (1986) Largest Connecticut victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1985-1986) Longest Connecticut Win Streak: N/A District of Columbia (6-2) H: 3-0; A: 1-0; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1933 L 0-8 -1934 W 6-2 -1935 W 25-17 -1936 L 0-20 -1974 W 18-8 H 1980 W 8-6 H 1983 W 56-6 H 1987 W 69-14 A (182-81) Largest DSU Victory: 69-14 (1987) Largest UDC Victory: 20-0 (1936) Longest DSU Win Streak: 4 (1974-1987) Longest UDC Win Streak: N/A Delaware (0-4) H: N/A; A: 0-2; N: N/A Year W/L 2007 L 2009 L 2011 L 2012 L

Score Site 7-44 A (1) 17-27 A 0-45 A 14-38 A (38-158) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Delaware victory: 45-0 (2011) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Delaware Win Streak: 4 (Current) 1 - First Round FCS Playoffs Downingtown (PA) Industrial (5-2) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1926 W 14-0 1930 W 14-12 1931 L 0-33 1932 L 0-18 1933 W 7-0 1934 W 25-0 1935 W 32-0 (92-63) Largest DSU Victory: 32-0 (1935) Largest Downingtown Victory: 33-0 (1931) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1933-1935) Longest Downingtown Win Streak: 2 (1931-1932)

Eastern Kentucky (0-1) H: N/A; A: 0-1; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1989 L 13-48 A (13-48) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Eastern Kentucky victory: 48-13 (1989) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Eastern Kentucky Win Streak: N/A Elizabeth City State (5-3, 2-2 CIAA) H: 2-1; A: 1-0; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1941 L 0-18 -1966* W 12-6 -1967* W 13-12 -1968* L 3-10 -1969* 6-31 H 1974 W 14-8 H 1975 W 17-7 A 1976 W 9-7 H (74-99) Largest DSU Victory: 17-7 (1975) Largest Elizabeth City Victory: 18-0 (1941) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1974-1976) Longest Elizabeth City Win Streak: 2 (1968-1969) Elon (0-4) H: 0-1; A: 0-3; N: N/A Year W/L 1998 L 1999 L 2000 L 2004 L

Score 15-37 28-51 6-45 13-49 (62-182)

Site A H A A

Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Elon victory: 45-6 (2000) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Elon Win Streak: 4 (1998-2004) Fayetteville State (2-0) H: 1-0; A: 1-0; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1993 W 31-28 A 2000 W 45-10 H (76-38) Largest DSU Victory: 45-10 (2000) Largest Fayetteville State victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1993-2000) Longest Fayetteville State Win Streak: N/A

East Stroudsburg (0-2) H: N/A; A: 0-1; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1968 L 7-47 -1969 L 12-35 A (19-82) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest East Stroudsburg victory: 47-7 (1968) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest East Stroudsburg Win Streak: 2 (1968-1969)

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALL-TIME SERIES Florida A&M (8-22, 7-19 MEAC) H: 3-10; A: 4-11; N: 1-1 Year W/L Score Site 1977 L 15-37 H 1978 L 0-37 A 1980** L 9-57 A 1981** L 3-27 A 1982** L 23-29 H 1983 W 36-34 A 1988 L 31-45 H 1989** W 18-13 A 1990** L 38-43 H 1991** L 10-20 A 1992** W 22-20 H 1993* W 18-14 A 1994** L 18-25 1 1995** L 21-24 A 1996** L 26-47 H 1997** L 0-49 A 1998** L 21-56 H 1999* L 19-48 A 2000** L 21-49 H 2001** L 17-35 A 2002** L 18-20 H 2003** L 14-15 A 2005** W 21-17 2 2006** W 24-14 H 2007** W 20-7 A 2008** W 35-28 (OT) H 2009** L 12-21 A 2010** L 14-17 H 2011** L 7-34 A 2012** L 22-24 H (518-906) Largest DSU Victory: 20-7 (2007) Largest Florida A&M victory: 49-0 (1997) Longest DSU Win Streak: 4 (2005-2008) Longest Florida A&M Win Streak: 10 (1994-2003) 1 – Frawley Stadium, Wilmington, Del. 2 – Ford Field, Detroit, Mich.

Hampton (14-24, 4-11 MEAC, 11-10 CIAA) H: 7-11; A: 7-13; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1945* W 14-0 1946* L 0-12 1953* L 0-26 1954* W 6-0 1955* W 12-0 1956* W 46-6 1957* L 0-6 1958* L 14-28 1959* L 8-26 1960* L 8-13 1961* W 22-8 1962* W 12-9 1963* L 6-25 1964* W 26-23 1965* W 30-13 1966* L 0-6 1967* L 6-35 1968* L 10-17 1969* W 20-0 1970* W 49-0 1995 L 21-51 1996** L 7-37 1997 L 20-24 1998 L 13-41 1999** L 0-21 2000** L 28-54 2001** L 20-31 2002** L 13-44 2003** L 9-41 2004** W 28-23 2005** L 8-26 2006** L 14-29 2007** W 24-17 2008** L 14-17 2009** W 21-6 2010** L 14-20 2011** L 6-42 2012** W 35-27

Florida N&T (1-0) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: 1-0 Year W/L Score Site 1946 W 7-6 1 (7-6) Largest DSU Victory: 7-6 (1946) Largest Florida N&T Victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Florida N&T Win Streak: N/A 1- 1947 Flower Bowl – played on 1/1/47 – Jacksonville, Fla.

804) Largest DSU Victory: 49-0 (1970) Largest Hampton victory: 51-21 (1995) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1955-1957) Longest Hampton Win Streak: 9 (1995-2003)

Fort DuPont (1-0) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1942 W 27-0 (27-0) Largest DSU Victory: 27-0 (1942) Largest Fort DuPont Victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Fort DuPont Win Streak: N/A

Grambling State (1-0) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: 1-0 Year W/L 1992 W

Score Site 45-42 1 (45-42) Largest DSU Victory: 45-42 (1992) Largest Grambling State victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Grambling State Win Streak: N/A 1 - Silverdome, Pontiac, Mich.

Hofstra (1-4) H: 1-0; A: 0-4; N: N/A Year W/L 1971 L 1972 W 1973 L 1998 L 1999 L

Score 0-30 26-7 14-26 0-68 14-58 (54-189) Largest DSU Victory: 26-7 (1972) Largest Hofstra victory: 14-7 (1971) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Hofstra Win Streak: 3 (1973-1999)

Site A A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H (584-

Site A H A A A

Howard (37-31-1, 21-21 MEAC, 14-9 CIAA) H: 13-9; A: 10-12; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1941 L 0-13 1942 T 13-13 1944 W 7-6 1944 W 18-6 1945* L 19-25 1946* W 19-7 1947* L 0-27 1948* L 0-40 1949* L 7-38 1950* L 6-7 1951* L 2-21 1952* L 0-25 1953* W 13-6 1954* W 13-0 1958* W 20-8 1959* L 6-14 1960* W 24-6 1961* W 20-0 1962* W 20-0 1963* W 30-0 1964* L 16-32 1965* W 6-0 1966* W 26-16 1967* W 16-0 1968* W 48-7 1969* W 10-0 1970* W 20-0 1971** L 3-24 1972** L 0-10 1973** L 6-29 1974** L 7-30 1975** L 7-12 1976** L 0-32 1977** W 18-0 1978** L 6-37 1979** L 0-23 1980** L 7-49 1981** L 27-31 1982** L 14-22 1983** W 62-20 1984** W 45-7 1985** W 38-16 1986** L 18-27 1987** W# 7-12 1988** W 28-21 1989** L 14-19 1990** W 29-14 1991** W 56-12 1992** L 28-31 1993** L 33-35 1994** W 35-24 1995** W 20-13 1996** L 23-48 1997** L 21-40 1998** L 43-46 1999** W 42-25 2000** W 64-37 2001** W 43-31 2002** W 14-7 2003** L 6-21 2004** W 32-13 2005** W 23-7 2006** L 17-20 2007** W 29-13 2008** W 10-6 2009** W 30-20 2010** W 53-43 2011** W 39-36 2012** L 34-41

Site -------------------------H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A (1,410-

1,321) Largest DSU Victory: 56-12 (1991) Largest HU Victory: 40-0 (1948) Longest DSU Win Streak: 6 (1956-1970) Longest HU Win Streak: 6 (1947-1952 & 1971-1976) # - Forfeit

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALL-TIME SERIES Howard H.S. (2-1-1) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1930 W 7-0 1931 T 0-0 1932 L 6-7 1933 W 18-0 (31-7) Largest DSU Victory: 18-0 (1933) Largest Howard Victory: 7-6 (1932) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Howard Win Streak: N/A Indiana State (0-2) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L 1967 L 1968 L

Kent State (0-2) H: N/A; A: 0-2; N: N/A Year W/L 2007 L 2008 L

Score 7-38 3-24

Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Kent State victory: 38-7 (2007) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Kent State Win Streak: 2 (2007-2008) Kentucky State (2-1-1) H: 2-0; A: 0-1-1; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1976 T 0-0 1977 W 10-3 1978 L 12-18 1979 W 16-2

Score 0-16 0-17(0-33)

Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Indiana State victory: 17-0 (1968) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Indiana State Win Streak: 2 (1967-1968)

Largest DSU Victory: 16-2 (1979) Largest Kentucky State victory: 18-12 (1978) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Kentucky State Win Streak: N/A

Jackson State (1-2) H: N/A; A: 0-1; N: 1-1 Year W/L 1986 L 1990 L 1991 W

King’s (PA) (5-4) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1951 L 0-13 1952 L 6-33 1955 W 13-0 1956 W 27-13 1957 W 20-0 1958 L 6-20 1959 L 6-8 1960 L 12-14 1961 W 36-0 1962 W 16-8 (142-109) Largest DSU Victory: 36-0 (1961) Largest King‟s (PA) victory: 33-6 (1952) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1955-1957) Longest King‟s (PA) Win Streak: 3 (1958-1960)

Score Site 25-28 1 7-31 A 37-34 2 (69-93) Largest DSU Victory: 37-34 (1991) Largest Jackson State victory: 31-7 (1990) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Jackson State Win Streak: 2 (1986-1990) 1 - Franklin Field, Philadelphia, Pa. 2 - RFK Stadium, Washington, D.C. James Madison (1-2) H: 1-0; A: 0-2; N: N/A Year W/L 1983 W 1984 L 2005 L

Score Site 38-28 H 19-20 A 7-65 A (64-113) Largest DSU Victory: 38-28 (1983) Largest James Madison victory: 65-7 (2005) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest James Madison Win Streak: 2 (1984-2005) J.C. Smith (7-11, 7-11 CIAA) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1947* W 11-7 1948* W 14-12 1949* L 6-10 1950* W 66-0 1951* L 0-24 1952* L 0-21 1953* L 0-20 1954* W 13-0 1955* W 20-6 1956* W 32-0 1957* W 13-7 1958* L 6-28 1959* L 0-42 1960* L 0-22 1961* L 0-40 1962* L 12-20 1963* L 0-43 1964 L 6-8 (199-310) Largest DSU Victory: 66-0 (1950) Largest J.C. Smith victory: 43-0 (1963) Longest DSU Win Streak: 4 (1954-1957) Longest J.C. Smith Win Streak: 7 (1958-1964)

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Site A A (10-62)

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Liberty (5-9) H: 2-6; A: 3-3; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1982 L 22-35 1983 W 48-24 1984 W 34-11 1990 W 38-37 1991 L 9-20 1992 L 27-49 1993 L 43-47 1994 W 22-17 1995 L 14-41 1996 L 7-27 1997 L 17-33 1998 L 21-53 2000 W 42-25 2001 L 7-34

Site A H A H (38-23)

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Site H A H A H A H A H A H H H A (351-

453) Largest DSU Victory: 48-24 (1983) Largest Liberty victory: 53-21 (1998) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1983-1990) Longest Liberty Win Streak: 4 (1995-1998) Lincoln (PA) (12-10-1, 9-6-1 CIAA) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1924 L 0-65 1934 W 8-0 1935 W 13-6 1936 L 0-41 1937 W 13-6

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1942 1944 1945* 1946* 1947* 1948* 1949* 1950* 1951* 1952* 1953* 1954* 1955* 1956* 1957* 1958* 1959* 1960*

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

6-34 0-19 13-25 6-19 7-20 7-6 26-20 0-0 0-34 6-26 12-19 18-13 18-0 50-0 26-0 26-8 38-13 34-6 (327-380) Largest DSU Victory: 50-0 (1956) Largest Lincoln Victory: 65-0 (1924) Longest DSU Win Streak: 7 (1954-1960) Longest Lincoln Win Streak: 5 (1942-1947)

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Livingstone (1-0) H: 1-0; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L 1979 W

Site H

Lock Haven (2-1) H: 1-1; A: 1-0; N: N/A Year W/L 1970 W 1971 L 1996 W

Site A H H

Score 26-10 (26-10) Largest DSU Victory: 26-10 (1979) Largest Livingstone victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Livingstone Win Streak: N/A

Score 19-14 7-14 66-19 (92-47) Largest DSU Victory: 66-19 (1996) Largest Lock Haven victory: 14-7 (1971) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Lock Haven Win Streak: N/A

Mansfield (1-3) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1964 L 0-7 -1965 W 26-13 -1966 L 0-20 -1967 L 6-26 -(32-66) Largest DSU Victory: 26-13 (1965) Largest Mansfield victory: 20-0 & 26-6 (1966 & 1967) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Mansfield Win Streak: 2 (1966-1967) Maryland Eastern Shore (14-21, 4-4 MEAC, 2-13 CIAA) H: 1-4-0; A: 4-1; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1930 W 18-0 -1930 W 19-0 -1931 W 30-0 -1932 W 13-0 -1933 W 38-0 -1934 W# 1-0 -1935 W 42-0 -1950 L 0-34 -1951 L 6-18 -1952 L 0-60 -1955* L 0-3 -1956* W 12-7 -1957* L 0-21 -1958* L 0-44 -1959* L 0-26 --

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALL-TIME SERIES 1960* 1961* 1962* 1963* 1964* 1965* 1966* 1967* 1968* 1969* 1970* 1971** 1972** 1973** 1974** 1975** 1976** 1977** 1978** 1979

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

6-13 8-25 0-19 0-37 0-22 6-41 6-52 8-37 20-33 19-21 21-15 7-6 0-19 14-20 0-36 44-0 13-0 22-0 7-17 19-13 (399-639) Largest DSU Victory: 44-0 (1975) Largest UMES Victory: 60-0 (1952) Longest DSU Win Streak: 7 (1930-1935) Longest UMES Win Streak: 13 (1957-1969) #-Forfeit Massachusetts (0-2) H: 0-1; A: 0-1; N: N/A Year W/L 1980 L 2004 L

Score 0-39 0-51 (0-90)

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Site A H

Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Massachusetts victory: 51-0 (2004) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Massachusetts Win Streak: 2 (1980-2004) Michigan (0-1) H: 0-0; A: 0-1; N: N/A Year W/L 2009 L

Score 6-63 (6-63)

Site A

Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Massachusetts victory: 63-6 (2009) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Massachusetts Win Streak: N/A Millersville (4-1) H: 3-1; A: 1-0; N: N/A Year W/L 1970 W 1972 W 1973 L 2001 W 2005 W

Score 44-10 28-21 7-14 27-19 38-6

Site H A H H H (144-70)

Largest DSU Victory: 44-10 (1970) Largest Millersville victory: 14-7 (1973) Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1970-1972 & 2001-2005) Longest Millersville Win Streak: N/A Montclair State (4-4) H: 1-0; A: 0-1; N: N/A Year W/L 1963 W 1964 L 1965 L 1966 W 1967 L 1968 W 1969 W 1970 L

Score Site 20-12 -6-36 -7-26 -22-6 -3-16 -34-14 -28-9 H 7-10 A (127-129) Largest DSU Victory: 28-9 (1969) Largest Montclair State victory: 36-6 (1964) Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1968-1969) Longest Montclair State Win Streak: 2 (1964-1965)

Moorestown H.S (0-1) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L 1925 L

Score 13-21 (13-21)

Site --

Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Moorestown Victory: 21-13 (1925) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Moorestown Win Streak: N/A Morgan State (24-32, 22-14 MEAC, CIAA 1-17) H: 14-7; A: 9-9; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1944 L 0-47 1945* L 0-27 1946* L 6-22 1947* L 0-31 1948* L 0-41 1949* L 0-32 1950* L 0-20 1951* L 6-45 1952* L 6-33 1961* W 6-3 1962* L 0-34 1963* L 14-46 1964* L 6-36 1965* L 0-34 1966* L 6-38 1967* L 0-27 1968* L 3-38 1969* L 14-34 1970* L 6-34 1971** L 7-33 1972** L 7-42 1973** L 6-34 1974** L 7-21 1975** W 17-3 1976** L 13-36 1977** W 20-6 1978** W 13-6 1979** L 0-22 1985 W 35-0 1986** W 40-12 1987** W 30-7 1988** W 21-8 1989** W 27-12 1990** W 28-7 1991** W 26-10 1992** W 34-18 1993** W 65-42 1994** W 50-21 1995** W 41-17 1996** W 35-14 1997** L 7-14 1998** L 13-15 1999** W 34-20 2000** W 20-12 2001** W 38-12 2002** L 28-35 (OT) 2003** L 36-53 2004** L 30-34 2005** W 41-14 2006** W 29-7 2007** W 25-17 2008** L 3-20 2009** W 35-22 2010** L 24-34 2011** L 0-12 2012** W 28-23 1,337) Largest DSU Victory: 35-0 (1985) Largest MSU Victory: 47-0 (1944) Longest DSU Win Streak: 12 (1985-1996) Longest MSU Win Streak: 13 (1962-1973)

Site -----------------H A H A H A H A H A H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H H A H A H A H A H A H A (986-

Morris Brown (1-0) H: N/A; A: 1-0; N: N/A Year W/L 2002 W

Score 16-10 (16-10) Largest DSU Victory: 16-10 (2002) Largest Morris Brown victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Morris Brown Win Streak: N/A

Site A

Newark Athletic Club (1-0) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1932 W 29-7 (29-7) Largest DSU Victory: 29-7 (1932) Largest NAC Victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest NAC Win Streak: N/A

Site --

Norfolk State (14-6, 10-5 MEAC) H: 6-2; A: 4-5; N: 1-0 Year W/L Score 1953 W 18-0 1954 W 7-0 1995 W 20-14 1996 L 23-27 1997 W 24-21 1998** L 26-38 1999** W 26-6 2000** W 31-28 2001** W 43-13 2002** L 20-23 2003** W 36-25 2004** W 33-28 2005** W 38-17 2006** W 33-10 2007** W 28-21 (OT) 2008** W 34-28 2009** L 16-21 2010* L 21-31 2011** L 21-38 2012** W 20-17 (518-406) Largest DSU Victory: 43-13 (2001) Largest Norfolk State victory: 38-26 (1998) Longest DSU Win Streak: 6 (2003-2008) Longest Norfolk State Win Streak: N/A 1 - Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, Calif.

Site --H A H A H A 1 A H A H A H A H A H A

North Carolina A&T (21-19-1, 21-19-1 MEAC) H: 11-9-1; A: 9-10; N: 1-0 Year W/L Score 1971** L 7-31 1972** L 7-13 1973** L 12-27 1974** L 14-20 1975** L 7-27 1976** L 6-30 1977** L 7-22 1978** W 9-6 1979** T 21-21 1980** L 0-52 1981** W 21-17 1982** W 20-3 1983** W 26-7 1984** W 56-7 1985** W 30-16 1986** L 17-20 1987** W 41-9 1988** W 37-7 1989** W 30-7 1990** L 28-48 1991** W 31-26 1992** L 10-24 1993** W 25-19 1994** W 31-10

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

Site H A H A H A H A H A H A H A 1 A H A H H A H A H

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALL-TIME SERIES 1995** 1996** 1997** 1998** 1999** 2000** 2001** 2002** 2003** 2004** 2005** 2006** 2007** 2008** 2010** 2011** 2012**

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

17-10 6-31 14-22 15-47 13-24 46-45 30-36 7-34 7-33 15-6 23-13 37-21 27-0 42-7 31-26 24-42 24-0

A H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A H (853-866)

Largest DSU Victory: 56-7 (1984) Largest North Carolina A&T victory: 52-0 (1980) Longest DSU Win Streak: 6 (2004-2010) Longest North Carolina A&T Win Streak: 6 (1971-1977) 1 - Franklin Field, Philadelphia, PA North Carolina Central (6-15, 1-6 MEAC, 2-4 CIAA) H: 3-3; A: 1-7; N: 0-1 Year W/L Score Site 1945* W 13-12 -1946* L 6-32 -1947* W 7-0 -1948* L 0-14 -1949* L 0-27 -1950* L 0-13 -1971** L 3-34 A 1972** W 14-10 H 1973** L 7-32 A 1974** L 0-7 A 1975** L 14-16 A 1976 L 16-27 H 1977 W 23-0 A 1978 W 16-13 H 1979 L 26-31 A 1996 L 16-21 1 2003 L 14-21 A 2004 L 23-26 H 2010 W 29-7 H 2011** L 7-14 H 2012** L 20-23 ot A (293-380) Largest DSU Victory: 23-0 (1977) Largest North Carolina Central Victory: 34-3 (1971) Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1977-1978) Longest North Carolina Central Win Streak: 4 (1948-1971; 1973-1976; 1979-2004) 1 – Atlantic City Convention Center

Northeastern (6-1-1) H: 3-1; A: 3-0-1; N: N/A Year W/L 1982 W 1983 T 1984 W 1985 W 1986 L 1989 W 1990 W 1991 W

Score 15-7 21-21 35-0 36-6 24-37 11-3 43-16 46-20 (231-110) Largest DSU Victory: 35-0 (1984) Largest Northeastern victory: 37-24 (1986) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1989-1991) Longest Northeastern Win Streak: 1

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Site H A H A H A H A

Northern Iowa (0-1) H: N/A; A: 0-1; N: N/A Year W/L 1985 L

Score 17-37

Site A (17-37)

St. Francis (PA) (1-0) H: 0-1; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L 2006 W

Score 63-28

Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Northern Iowa victory: 37-17 (1985) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Northern Iowa Win Streak: N/A

Largest DSU Victory: 63-28 (2006) Largest St. Francis (PA) victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest St. Francis (PA) Win Streak: N/A

Northwestern State (0-3) H: 0-1; A: 0-2; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 2002 L 14-34 H 2003 L 6-43 A 2006 L 3-23 A (23-100) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Northwestern State victory: 43-6 (2003) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Northwestern State Win Streak: 3 (2002-2006)

St. Paul’s (19-5-1, 18-5-1 CIAA) H: 2-0; A: 0-1; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1946* W 50-0 1948* W 58-0 1949* W 40-0 1950* W 66-0 1951* W 14-0 1952* W 24-0 1953* L 6-7 1954* W 26-6 1955* W 37-6 1956* W 28-0 1957* W 9-0 1958* W 46-6 1959* L 8-14 1960* W 34-6 1961* W 24-14 1962* W 34-14 1963* L 14-22 1964* W 18-12 1965* L 14-20 1966* L 0-12 1967* T 0-0 1968* W 25-0 1969* W 27-20 1970* W 6-0 1985 W 46-6 (652-165) Largest DSU Victory: 66-0 (1950) Largest St. Paul‟s victory: 12-0 (1966) Longest DSU Win Streak: 6 (1946-1952) Longest St. Paul‟s Win Streak: 2 (1965-1966)

Portland State (0-1) H: N/A; A: 0-1; N: N/A Year W/L 1980 L

Score 0-105 (0-105)

Site A

Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Portland State Victory: 105-0 (1080) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Portland State Win Streak: N/A Rhode Island (1-1) H: 0-1; A: 1-0; N: N/A Year W/L 1994 W 1995 L

Score 28-26 14-17 (42-43) Largest DSU Victory: 28-26 (1994) Largest Rhode Island victory: 17-14 (1995) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Rhode Island Win Streak: N/A

Site A H

St. Augustine’s (9-7-1, 9-7-1 CIAA) H: N/A A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1947* W 22-0 -1948* W 22-0 -1949* L 7-13 -1950* L 6-13 -1951* W 13-0 -1952* L 6-7 -1953* W 19-12 -1954* L 6-12 -1955* W 6-0 -1956* T 13-13 -1957* W 13-0 -1958* L 0-26 -1959* L 6-12 -1960* W 12-6 -1961* W 16-6 -1962* L 6-18 -1964* W 19-7 -(192-145) Largest DSU Victory: 22-0 (1947 & 1948) Largest St. Augustine‟s Victory: 26-0 (1958) Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1947-1948 & 1960-1961) Longest St. Augustine‟s Win Streak: 2 (1949-1950 & 19581959)

Site H (63-28)

Site ----------------------A H H

Salisbury State (1-2) H: 1-0; A: 0-2; N: N/A Year W/L 1977 W 1980 L 1981 L

Score Site 18-17 A 18-27 H 7-13 A (43-57) Largest DSU Victory: 18-17 (1977) Largest Salisbury State victory: 27-18 (1980) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Salisbury State Win Streak: 2 (1980-1981)

Savannah State (2-0) H: 1-0; A: 1-0; N: N/A Year W/L Score 2001 W 45-22 2002 W 41-9 (86-31) Largest DSU Victory: 41-9 (2002) Largest Savannah State victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (2001-2002) Longest Savannah State Win Streak: N/A

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

Site A H

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALL-TIME SERIES Shaw (3-0) H: 1-0; A: 1-0; N: N/A Year W/L 1975 W 1976 W 2011 W

Score 14-6 27-6 31-27 (72-39) Largest DSU Victory: 27-6 (1976) Largest Shaw victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1975-1976; 2011) Longest Shaw Win Streak: N/A Slippery Rock (0-2-1) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L 1961 L 1962 L 1963 T

Score 12-21 12-21 19-19 (43-61)

Site A H H

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Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Slippery Rock victory: 21-12 (1961 & 1962) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Slippery Rock Win Streak: 2 (1961-1962) South Carolina State (16-26, 16-26 MEAC) H: 9-11; A: 6-15; N: 1-0 Year W/L Score Site 1971** L 0-37 A 1972** W 29-21 H 1973** L 0-27 A 1974** L 7-16 H 1975** L 0-39 A 1976** L 0-30 H 1977** L 0-21 A 1978** L 0-34 H 1979** L 6-52 A 1980** L 20-21 H 1981** L 0-29 A 1982** W 17-7 H 1983** L 17-24 A 1984** W 50-36 1 1985** W 38-20 A 1986** W 34-21 H 1987** W 28-7 A 1988** W 28-7 H 1989** W 21-13 A 1990** W 39-0 H 1991** W 19-14 A 1992** L 7-28 H 1993** L 15-38 A 1994** L 38-42 H 1995** W 20-7 A 1996** L 14-34 H 1997** L 17-37 A 1998** L 14-31 H 1999** L 14-34 A 2000** W 57-32 H 2001** L 21-42 A 2002** W 27-21 H 2003** L 13-36 A 2004** L 14-28 H 2005** L 3-24 A 2006** W 10-9 H 2007** W 17-16 A 2008** L 17-23 H 2009** L 10-52 A 2010* L 21-38 H 2011** L 0-69 A 2012** W 31-17 H (733-1,134) Largest DSU Victory: 39-0 (1990) Largest South Carolina State Victory: 69-0 (2011) Longest DSU Win Streak: 8 (1984-1991) Longest South Carolina State Win Streak: 9 (1973-1981) 1 - Franklin Field, Philadelphia, PA

Southern (2-1) H: N/A; A: 2-0; N: 0-1 Year W/L 1985 W 1986 W 2010 L

Score Site 46-8 A 21-14 A 27-37 1 (94-59) Largest DSU Victory: 21-14 (1986) Largest Southern victory: 27-37 (2010) Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1985-86) Longest Southern Win Streak: 1 (2010) 1 – Citrus Bowl; Orlando, Fla. – MEAC/SWAC Challenge Southern Illinois (0-1) H: 0-1; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L 2004 L

Score 0-49 (0-49)

Site H

Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Southern Illinois victory: 43-6 (2003) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Southern Illinois Win Streak: N/A Storer College (3-1) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L 1932 L 1933 W 1934 W 1935 W

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Towson (6-9) H: 4-4; A: 2-5; N: N/A Year W/L 1980 L 1981 L 1982 L 1983 L 1984 W 1985 L 1986 W 1987 W 1988 L 1989 L 1990 W 1991 W 1992 W 1993 L 1994 L

Site A H A H H A H A H A H A H A H

Score 6-20 33-6 38-0 52-0 (129-6) Largest DSU Victory: 52-0 (1935) Largest Storer Victory: 20-6 (1932) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1933-1935) Longest Storer Win Streak: N/A

Score 0-30 7-24 21-35 15-23 23-7 26-51 10-6 40-17 3-24 17-35 24-13 13-7 27-13 14-31 18-42 (258-358) Largest DSU Victory: 40-17 (1987) Largest Towson victory: 30-0 (1980) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1990-1992) Longest Towson Win Streak: 4 (1980-1983)

Virginia State (2-4, 1-1 CIAA) H: 1-0; A: 0-2; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1935 L 0-6 -1964* L 6-8 -1965* W 20-13 -1973 L 0-21 A 1981 L 12-13 A 1982 W 15-14 H (53-75) Largest DSU Victory: 20-13 (1965) Largest VSU Victory: 21-0 (1973) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest VSU Win Streak: 2 (1935-1964 & 1973-1981) Virginia Union (1-0) H: N/A; A: N/A; N: N/A Year W/L 1942 W

Score 6-0 (6-0)

Site --

Largest DSU Victory: 6-0 (1942) Largest Virginia Union Victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Virginia Union Win Streak: N/A VMI (2-0) H: 1-0; A: 1-0; N: N/A Year W/L 2011 W 2012 W

Score 24-21 17-10

Site A H (41-31)

Largest DSU Victory: 17-10 (2012) Largest VMI Victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (2011-12) Longest VMI Win Streak: N/A West Chester (0-3) H: 0-1; A: 0-2; N: N/A Year W/L 1971 L 1981 L 1982 L

Score Site 0-51 A 16-19 H 21-41 A (37-111) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest West Chester victory: 51-0 (1971) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest West Chester Win Streak: 3 (1971-1982) Western Illinois (0-3) H: 0-1; A: 0-2; N: N/A Year W/L 1988 L 1989 L 1995 L

Score Site 13-22 H 24-38 A 14-41 A (51-101) Largest DSU Victory: N/A Largest Western Illinois victory: 41-14 (1995) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Western Illinois Win Streak: 3 (1988-1995) William Patterson (2-0) H: 1-0; A: 1-0; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1974 W 34-10 1975 W 29-0 (63-10) Largest DSU Victory: 29-0 (1975) Largest William Patterson victory: N/A Longest DSU Win Streak: 2 (1974-1975) Longest William Patterson Win Streak: N/A Winston-Salem State (5-3-1, 2-2-1 CIAA) H: 0-1; A: 2-0; N: N/A Year W/L Score 1942 W 32-6-1946* W 12-6 1947* W 20-6 1948* L 7-21 1949* T 12-12 1950* L 0-18 2007 W 23-20 2008 L 26-27 2009 W 24-21 (166-137) Largest DSU Victory: 32-6 (1942) Largest WSSU Victory: 18-0 (1950) Longest DSU Win Streak: 3 (1942-1947) Longest WSSU Win Streak: N/A

Site H A

Site -----A H A

Youngstown State (1-3) H: 1-1; A: 0-2; N: N/A Year W/L Score Site 1991 W 33-29 H 1992 L 20-42 A 1993 L 28-42 A 1994 L 3-23 H (64-126) Largest DSU Victory: 33-29 (1991) Largest Youngstown State victory: 42-20 (1992) Longest DSU Win Streak: N/A Longest Youngstown State Win Streak: 3 (1992-1994)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALL-TIME RECORD Opponent Akron Alcorn State Arkansas-Pine Bluff Atlantic City H.S. Bethune-Cookman Bloomsburg Bluefield Boise State Bordentown (NJ) Military Academy Boston Bowie State Bucknell Buffalo C.W. Post Central Connecticut State Central State Cheyney Cincinnati Clarion State Coastal Carolina Connecticut District of Columbia Delaware Downingtown (PA) Industrial East Stroudsburg Eastern Kentucky Elizabeth City Elon Fayetteville State Florida A&M Florida N&T Fort DuPont Grambling State Hampton Hofstra Howard Howard H.S. Indiana State Jackson State James Madison J.C. Smith Kent State Kentucky State King’s (PA) Liberty Lincoln (PA) Livingstone Lock Haven Mansfield Maryland Eastern Shore Massachusetts Michigan Millersville Montclair State Moorestown H.S. Morgan State Morris Brown Newark Athletic Club Norfolk State North Carolina A&T North Carolina Central North Dakota State Northeastern Northern Iowa Northwestern State Portland State Rhode Island St. Augustine’s

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First Meeting 1987 1975 1987 1925 1976 1956 1945 1987 1930 1986 1933 1999 1997 1965 2008 1947 1929 2012 1968 2005 1985 1933 2007 1926 1968 1989 1941 1998 1993 1977 1946 1942 1992 1945 1971 1941 1930 1967 1986 1983 1947 2007 1976 1951 1982 1924 1979 1970 1964 1930 1980 2009 1970 1963 1925 1944 2002 1932 1953 1971 1945 First Meeting 1982 1985 2002 1980 1994 1947

Last Meeting Same Same 1988 Same 2010 1957 1950 Same 1939 Same 1984 2003 Same 1973 Same 1984 1997 2012 1979 2010 1986 1987 2012 1935 1969 Same 1976 2004 2000 2012 Same Same Same 2012 1999 2012 1933 1968 1991 2005 1964 2008 1979 1962 2001 1960 Same 1996 1967 1979 2004 Same 2005 1970 Same 2012 Same Same 2012 2012 2012

Total Games 1 1 2 1 35 2 3 1 8 1 4 3 1 3 1 7 21 1 7 3 2 8 4 7 2 1 8 4 2 30 1 1 1 38 5 69 4 2 3 3 18 2 4 9 14 23 1 3 4 35 2 1 5 8 1 56 1 1 20 41 21

W-L-T 1-0-0 0-1-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 19-16-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 0-1-0 3-4-1 1-0-0 3-1-0 0-3-0 0-1-0 1-2-0 0-1-0 3-4-0 12-9-0 0-1-0 1-6-0 1-2-0 2-0-0 6-2-0 0-4-0 5-2-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 5-3-0 0-4-0 2-0-0 8-22-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 14-24-0 1-4-0 37-31-1 2-1-1 0-2-0 1-2-0 1-2-0 7-11-0 0-2-0 2-1-1 5-4-0 5-9-0 12-10-1 1-0-0 2-1-0 1-3-0 14-21-0 0-2-0 0-1-0 4-1-0 4-4-0 0-1-0 24-32-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 14-6-0 21-19-1 6-15-0

Pct. 1.000 0.000 1.000 0.000 0.457 0.500 0.667 0.000 0.437 1.000 0.750 0.000 0.000 0.333 0.000 0.429 0.571 0.000 0.149 0.333 1.000 0.750 0.000 0.714 0.000 0.000 0.625 0.000 1.000 0.267 1.000 1.000 1.000 0.368 0.200 0.536 0.625 0.000 0.333 0.333 0.389 0.000 0.625 0.556 0.357 0.543 1.000 0.667 0.250 0.400 0.000 0.000 0.800 0.500 0.000 0.429 1.000 1.000 0.700 0.512 0.286

1991 Same 2006 Same 1995 1964

8 1 3 1 2 17

6-1-1 0-1-0 0-3-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 9-7-1

0.812 0.000 0.000 0.000 0.500 0.559

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALL-TIME RECORD Opponent St. Francis St. Paul’s Salisbury State Savannah State Shaw Slippery Rock South Carolina State Southern Southern Illinois Southern Louisiana Storer College Towson Virginia State Virginia Union VMI West Chester Western Illinois William Peterson Winston-Salem State Youngstown State Total

First Meeting 2006 1946 1977 2001 1975 1961 1971 2010 2004 1985 1932 1980 1935 1942 2011 1971 1988 1974 1942 1991

Last Meeting Same 1985 1980 2002 2011 1963 2012 Same Same 1986 1935 1994 1982 Same 2012 1982 1995 1975 2009 1994

Total Games 1 25 3 2 3 3 42 1 1 2 4 15 6 1 2 3 3 2 9 4 740

W-L-T 1-0-0 19-5-1 1-2-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 0-2-1 16-26-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 2-0-0 3-1-0 6-9-0 2-4-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 0-3-0 1-2-0 2-0-0 5-3-1 1-3-0 345-384-11

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Pct. 1.000 0.780 0.333 1.000 1.000 0.167 0.381 0.000 0.000 1.000 0.750 0.400 0.333 1.000 1.000 0.000 0.333 1.000 0.556 0.250 0.466

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL TEAM RECORD YEAR-BY-YEAR Year 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

Coach

Overall W-L-T 0-1-0 0-2-0 1-0-0

Conf. W-L-T

DSU PTS 0 19 14

OPP PTS 65 48 0

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

12 64 44 73 114 125 114 24 13 7 7

7 25 76 85 60 2 60 105 6 20 12

0-3-0 3-1-1

12 84

58 53

25 85 106 67 108 111 133 48 48 75 114 143 235 104 118 72 134 144 112 103 97 109 72 52 184 150 172 34 138 80 101 156 91 146 80 143 102 122 223 368 425 387 285 345 235 244 330 300 305 371 301

78 89 104 132 166 163 163 158 205 96 31 15 52 34 168 155 87 117 143 204 180 195 156 169 205 170 83 260 150 277 156 143 225 123 216 234 437 213 267 252 154 181 222 148 189 202 251 220 274 352 262

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Edward Jackson Edward Jackson Edward Jackson Edward Jackson Edward Jackson Edward Jackson Edward Jackson No Games Edward Jackson Edward Jackson No Games Edward Jackson Edward Jackson Thomas Conrad Thomas Conrad Thomas Conrad Thomas Conrad Robert White Robert White Willard S. Jones Edward Jackson Edward Jackson Edward Jackson Bennie J. George Bennie J. George Bennie J. George Bennie J. George Preston Mitchell Roy D. Moore Roy D. Moore Roy D. Moore Roy D. Moore U.S. Washington U.S. Washington Arnold Jeter Arnold Jeter Arnold Jeter Arnold Jeter Arnold Jeter Arnold Jeter Arnold Jeter Arnold Jeter Edmond Wyche Edmond Wyche Edmond Wyche Edmond Wyche Charles Henderson Charles Henderson Joseph Purzycki Joseph Purzycki Joseph Purzycki Joseph Purzycki William Collick William Collick William Collick William Collick William Collick William Collick William Collick William Collick William Collick William Collick

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

3-3-0 (CIAA) 3-4-0 (CIAA) 4-3-0 (CIAA) 4-4-0 (CIAA) 3-5-1 (CIAA) 2-6-1 (CIAA) 2-4-0 (CIAA) 1-5-0 (CIAA) 2-4-0 (CIAA) 5-1-0 (CIAA) 5-1-0 (CIAA) 5-0-1 (CIAA) 4-2-0 (CIAA) 3-4-0 (CIAA) 1-6-0 (CIAA) 4-3-0 (CIAA) 5-2-0 (CIAA) 3-4-0 (CIAA) 1-5-0 (CIAA) 3-5-0 (CIAA) 3-3-0 (CIAA) 2-4-0 (CIAA) 2-3-1 (CIAA) 2-4-0 (CIAA) 3-3-0 (CIAA) 4-1-0 (CIAA) 1-5-0 (MEAC) 2-4-0 (MEAC) 0-6-0 (MEAC) 0-6-0 (MEAC) 2-4-0 (MEAC) 1-5-0 (MEAC) 4-2-0 (MEAC) 3-3-0 (MEAC) 0-4-1 (MEAC) 0-5-0 (MEAC) 1-4-0 (MEAC) 2-3-0 (MEAC) 3-1-0 (MEAC) 3-1-0 (MEAC) 4-0-0 (MEAC) 3-2-0 (MEAC) 5-0-0 (MEAC) 4-2-0 (MEAC) 5-1-0 (MEAC) 4-2-0 (MEAC) 5-1-0 (MEAC) 3-3-0 (MEAC) 4-2-0 (MEAC) 4-2-0 (MEAC)

8th T-10th 6th 10th 10th 14th 13th T-12th T-12th 5th T-2nd T-1st T-3rd 11th T-15th 8th 5th 11th T-15th 11th 10th 14th 11th 12th 10th 3rd T-6th T-5th 7th 7th 5th T-6th 3rd 3rd 6th 6th 5th T-4th 2nd 2nd 1st T-2nd 1st T-1st 1st 3rd T-1st T-4th T-2nd 2nd

Flower Bowl

1-0-0

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

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

0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 2-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-1-0

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL TEAM RECORD YEAR-BY-YEAR Year

Coach

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Totals

William Collick William Collick John McKenzie John McKenzie John McKenzie Ben Blacknall Ben Blacknall Ben Blacknall B. Blacknall/B. Posey Al Lavan Al Lavan Al Lavan Al Lavan Al Lavan Al Lavan Al Lavan Kermit Blount Kermit Blount

Overall W-L-T

Conf. W-L-T

6-5-0 3-8-0 3-8-0 0-11-0 4-7-0 7-4-0 5-6-0 4-8-0 1-10-0 4-7-0 7-4-0 8-3-0 10-2-0 5-6-0 4-7-0 3-8-0 3-8-0 6-5-0 336-371-11

5-1-0 (MEAC) 2-5-0 (MEAC) 1-6-0 (MEAC) 0-8-0 (MEAC) 4-4-0 (MEAC) 5-3-0 (MEAC) 3-5-0 (MEAC) 2-6-0 (MEAC) 1-6-0 (MEAC) 4-3-0 (MEAC) 6-2-0 (MEAC) 6-2-0 (MEAC) 8-0-0 (MEAC) 5-3-0 (MEAC) 3-5-0 (MEAC) 2-6-0 (MEAC) 1-7-0 (MEAC) 5-3-0 (MEAC) 79-89-4 (CIAA) 126-143-1 (MEAC)

Place 2nd T-6th T-7th 9th T-4th 4th T-6th T-7th 7th T-3rd 3rd T-2nd 1st T-2nd 8th 7th T-9th T-3rd

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4-2-0 1-4-0 3-3-0 0-5-0 4-0-0 5-2-0 3-0-0 2-4-0 1-4-0 2-4-0 5-0-0 4-1-0 5-0-0 2-4-0 2-2-0 2-3-0 2-3-0 4-1-0 115-92-1*

2-3-0 2-3-0 0-5-0 0-6-0 0-7-0 2-2-0 1-5-0 2-4-0 0-6-0 2-3-0 2-4-0 3-2-0 5-2-0 3-2-0 2-5-0 1-4-0 1-5-0 2-4-0 93-152-2*

0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 12-5-0*

DSU PTS

OPP PTS

232 257 235 189 261 380 315 218 182 204 225 335 254 220 178 272 159 252

255 317 312 482 354 378 324 313 348 352 213 192 221 228 262 334 380 243

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL HORNETS’ YEAR-BY-YEAR STATS Delaware State Total Offense Year Plays Yds. 1970 565 2215 1971 613 1064 1972 720 2122 1973 No Records 1974 No Records 1975 558 1786 1976 623 1948 1977 749 1773 1978 617 1875 1979 676 2017 1980 638 2015 1981 770 3015 1982 721 3208 1983 768 4265 1984 725 5103 1985 759 4763 1986 797 4092 1987 687 3694 1988 686 3634 1989 737 3383 1990 762 4355 1991 714 3824 1992 761 4428 1993 748 4502 1994 762 4557 1995 709 3695 1996 769 4059 1997 768 3305 1998 775 3693 1999 746 3684 2000 760 4305 2001 751 3675 2002 785 3411 2003 741 2854 2004 714 3211 2005 679 2795 2006 580 3524 2007 738 3289 2008 702 3345 2009 634 2766 2010 704 3765 2011 674 2751 2012 734 3916

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Y/G 276.9 118.2 235.7

Y/P 3.9 1.4 2.9

Scoring TD PF 25 172 4 34 20 138

AVG 21.5 3.8 15.3

PA 83 260 150

AVG 10.4 28.9 16.7

Rushing Att. Yds. 401 1451 408 703 460 1250

Avg. 3.6 1.3 2.7

Y/G 181.4 78.1 138.9

TD 19 2 14

Passing Att. Comp. 164 66 123 29 148 65

Yds. 764 361 888

Y/G 95.5 40.1 98.7

Y/C 11.8 12.4 13.7

TD 6 1 5

178.6 177.1 161.2 187.5 201.7 183.2 274.1 291.6 387.7 510.3 433.0 372.0 369.4 363.4 307.6 435.5 347.6 402.6 409.3 414.3 335.9 369.0 300.5 335.7 334.9 391.4 334.1 284.2 259.5 291.9 254.1 320.4 274.1 304.1 276.6 342.3 250.1 356.0

3.2 3.1 2.4 3.0 3.0 3.2 3.9 4.4 5.6 7.0 6.3 5.1 5.4 5.3 4.6 5.7 5.4 5.8 6.0 6.0 5.2 5.3 4.3 4.8 4.9 5.7 4.9 4.3 3.9 4.5 4.1 6.1 4.5 4.8 4.4 5.3 4.1 5.3

21 13 -11 21 15 17 31 51 61 49 35 42 30 32 45 39 41 51 40 35 34 30 27 36 54 42 30 25 26 24 44 28 27 21 38 21 31

15.6 8.3 13.3 8.0 14.3 9.3 11.6 20.3 33.5 42.5 35.2 25.9 34.5 23.5 22.2 33.0 27.3 27.7 33.2 27.4 21.1 23.4 21.4 17.2 23.7 34.5 28.6 18.2 16.5 18.5 20.5 30.5 21.2 20.0 17.8 24.7 14.5 22.9

143 225 123 216 234 437 213 267 252 154 181 222 148 189 202 251 220 274 343 262 255 317 312 482 354 378 324 313 348 352 213 192 221 228 262 334 380 243

14.3 20.5 11.2 21.6 23.4 39.7 19.4 24.3 22.9 15.4 16.5 20.2 14.8 18.9 18.4 25.1 20.0 24.9 31.2 23.8 23.2 28.8 28.4 43.8 32.2 34.4 29.5 26.1 31.6 32.0 19.4 17.5 18.4 20.7 26.2 30.4 34.5 22.1

328 480 526 415 534 416 602 542 695 581 591 619 539 517 483 592 628 620 581 501 499 550 470 360 422 419 527 550 420 355 415 366 477 387 344 339 271 321

2.6 2.7 3.0 2.6 2.6 2.2 3.4 3.9 5.2 6.5 5.3 4.7 4.8 4.6 3.9 5.1 5.2 5.0 5.2 4.7 4.5 4.7 3.7 2.9 3.6 4.4 4.4 3.4 2.6 2.1 3.0 5.7 3.5 3.9 3.3 3.0 2.0 3.4

87.6 119.5 145.5 108.5 141.3 82.3 189.0 191.2 283.4 377.3 283.5 264.9 257.8 240.3 172.5 298.7 298.5 281.7 275.8 211.6 203.6 233.7 157.6 96.2 137.5 168.5 211.4 156.3 98.3 66.8 111.8 191.3 139.2 136.5 114.6 93.4 50.3 98.9

10 9 12 4 12 2 11 16 32 45 34 25 33 18 16 32 28 31 36 25 21 20 19 11 15 20 20 12 8 8 16 25 11 17 11 10 6 13

230 143 223 202 142 222 168 179 163 144 168 178 148 169 243 170 86 141 167 261 210 219 298 415 324 341 224 235 321 359 264 214 261 315 290 365 403 413

914 633 1273 790 604 1110 935 1105 1148 1330 1644 1178 1116 1231 1486 1368 541 1329 1468 2230 1455 1488 1571 2635 2171 2452 1350 1535 1773 2476 1565 1420 1618 1844 1620 2738 2198 2828

91.4 57.5 115.7 79.0 60.4 100.9 83.0 100.5 104.4 133.0 149.4 107.1 111.6 123.1 135.1 136.8 49.2 120.8 133.5 217.9 132.3 135.3 142.8 239.5 197.4 222.9 122.7 127.9 161.2 225.1 142.3 129.1 134.8 167.6 162.0 248.9 199.8 257.1

11.1 15.8 13.7 10.4 11.0 15.4 14.6 16.2 20.5 20.2 19.1 14.5 19.5 16.4 13.5 16.3 18.7 18.7 17.9 12.8 14.3 15.3 13.1 13.7 14.8 15.0 13.4 13.3 11.3 12.4 11.3 11.7 10.6 10.1 10.0 13.0 9.8 10.9

7 2 4 5 2 9 5 12 13 11 15 8 3 6 15 11 5 8 13 14 13 14 10 16 19 32 13 12 13 13 8 12 12 10 5 23 15 15

156 91 146 80 143 102 122 223 368 425 387 285 345 235 244 330 300 305 365 301 232 257 235 189 261 380 315 218 182 204 225 335 254 220 178 272 159 252

876 1315 1600 1085 1413 905 2080 2103 3117 3773 3119 2914 2578 2403 1897 2987 3283 3099 3034 2327 2240 2571 1734 1058 1513 1853 2325 1876 1081 735 1230 2104 1671 1501 1147 1027 553 1088

82 40 93 76 55 72 64 68 56 55 86 81 57 75 110 84 29 71 82 140 102 97 120 193 147 164 101 115 157 200 139 121 153 182 162 210 224 259

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL OPPONENTS’ YEAR-BY-YEAR STATS Opponents Total Offense Year Plays Yds. 1970 442 828 1971 619 2548 1972 863 1890 1973 No Records 1974 No Records 1975 610 2362 1976 1977 1978 702 2671 1979 642 2651 1980 811 4120 1981 703 3283 1982 746 3979 1983 757 3670 1984 626 2904 1985 746 3100 1986 760 3355 1987 655 2755 1988 648 3355 1989 761 3084 1990 615 3148 1991 778 3532 1992 700 3753 1993 726 3965 1994 789 4148 1995 798 4161 1996 749 4402 1997 681 3361 1998 730 5117 1999 743 4427 2000 757 4452 2001 744 4057 2002 805 4020 2003 694 4000 2004 756 4157 2005 713 2966 2006 704 3316 2007 818 3989 2008 682 3172 2009 629 3833 2010 761 4229 2011 778 4538 2012 763 4169

Y/G 103.5 286.3 210.0

Y/P 1.9 4.1 2.7

Scoring TD PF 11 83 37 260 21 150

236.2

4.0

21

267.1 265.1 374.5 298.5 361.7 333.6 290.4 281.8 305.0 275.5 335.5 280.4 314.8 321.1 341.2 360.5 377.1 378.3 400.2 305.6 465.2 402.5 404.7 368.8 335.0 363.6 377.9 269.6 301.5 332.4 288.4 383.3 384.5 412.5 379.0

3.8 4.1 5.1 4.6 5.3 4.8 4.6 4.1 4.4 4.2 5.2 4.1 5.1 4.5 5.4 5.5 5.3 5.2 5.9 4.9 7.0 6.0 5.9 5.5 6.5 5.8 5.5 4.2 4.7 4.9 4.7 6.1 5.6 5.8 5.5

-29 57 26 37 34 20 26 29 18 26 26 35 30 35 49 35 43 43 36 65 46 53 44 42 51 47 25 25 28 29 36 46 52 29

143 225 123 216 234 437 213 267 252 154 181 222 148 189 202 251 220 274 343 262 255 317 312 482 354 378 324 313 348 352 213 192 221 228 262 334 380 243

AVG 10.4 28.9 16.7

PA 172 34 138

AVG 21.5 3.8 15.3

14.3 20.5 11.2 21.6 23.4 39.7 19.4 24.3 22.9 15.4 16.5 20.2 14.8 18.9 18.4 25.1 20.0 24.9 31.2 23.8 23.2 28.8 28.4 43.8 32.2 34.4 29.5 26.1 31.6 32.0 19.4 17.5 18.4 20.7 26.2 30.4 34.5 22.1

156 91 146 80 143 102 122 223 368 425 387 285 345 235 244 330 300 305 365 301 232 257 235 189 261 380 315 218 182 204 225 335 254 220 178 272 159 252

15.6 8.3 13.3 8.0 14.3 9.3 11.6 20.3 33.5 42.5 35.2 25.9 34.5 23.5 22.2 33.0 27.3 27.7 33.2 27.4 21.1 23.4 21.4 17.2 23.7 34.5 28.6 18.2 16.5 18.5 20.5 30.5 21.2 20.0 17.8 24.7 14.5 22.9

Rushing Att. Yds. 269 -39 402 1794 606 1025

Avg. -0.1 4.2 1.7

Y/G -4.9 199.3 113.8

TD 3 23 --

Passing Att. Comp. 173 67 131 51 202 69

Yds. 867 754 865

Y/G 108.4 83.7 96.1

Y/C 13.0 14.3 12.5

TD 7 11 --

451 1559

4.2

155.9

19

149

61

862

86.2

14.1

2

528 642 555 479 483 430 314 383 453 376 377 445 312 423 405 435 432 436 436 417 496 469 460 380 468 452 463 429 427 483 430 371 478 500 421

3.3 4.1 4.0 3.7 3.9 3.3 3.2 3.2 3.6 3.2 3.9 2.9 2.5 2.6 4.0 3.9 4.1 3.7 4.6 3.6 6.4 5.6 4.8 3.4 3.9 4.6 4.1 2.9 3.6 4.0 3.7 4.8 4.5 4.8 4.3

176.0 265.1 199.4 161.5 171.2 127.3 100.4 112.1 147.5 120.4 146.3 120.4 76.8 98.1 146.1 154.4 159.2 145.2 183.7 137.7 289.3 240.0 202.2 116.3 151.7 190.0 170.9 114.9 140.8 162.8 145.2 179.5 196.4 216.2 165.3

-20 30 16 18 20 10 11 15 8 16 13 13 16 17 29 18 13 22 17 40 29 32 21 21 29 26 12 15 16 16 19 22 30 8

174 177 256 224 263 327 312 363 307 279 271 316 303 355 295 291 357 362 313 264 234 274 297 364 337 242 293 284 277 335 252 258 283 278 342

69 70 128 102 122 157 144 159 120 109 124 130 151 181 143 155 187 200 173 115 127 118 154 183 187 130 157 126 153 169 131 153 157 176 224

911 1717 1927 1507 2096 2270 1860 1867 1732 1551 1892 1760 2380 2453 2146 2267 2397 2564 2381 1846 1935 1787 2228 2778 2200 1910 2277 1702 1767 2036 1575 2038 2069 2160 2351

91.1 171.7 175.2 137.0 190.5 206.4 186.0 169.7 157.5 155.1 189.2 160.0 238.0 223.0 195.1 206.1 217.9 233.1 216.5 167.8 175.9 162.5 202.5 252.5 183.3 173.6 207.0 154.7 160.6 169.7 143.2 203.8 188.1 196.4 213.7

13.2 24.5 15.1 14.8 17.2 14.5 12.9 11.7 14.4 14.2 15.3 13.5 15.8 13.6 15.0 14.6 12.8 12.8 13.8 16.1 15.2 15.1 14.5 15.2 11.8 14.7 14.5 13.5 11.5 12.0 12.0 13.3 13.2 12.3 105

-5 22 9 17 13 8 13 13 8 9 11 18 14 14 16 14 17 20 17 20 15 16 19 17 17 16 10 9 10 10 14 16 17 16

1760 2651 2193 1776 1883 1400 1004 1233 1623 1204 1463 1324 769 1079 1607 1698 1751 1597 2021 1515 3182 2640 2224 1279 1820 2090 1880 1264 1549 1953 1597 1795 2160 2378 1818

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

153

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALL-TIME CONFERENCE STANDINGS Lincoln (PA) Winston-Salem State Bluefield State Virginia Union Saint Paul‟s

1945 Virginia State West Virginia State N.C. College Morgan State Howard Virginia Union J.C. Smith Delaware State Lincoln (PA) N.C. A&T Hampton Bluefield State Shaw

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

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

1946 Morgan State Howard West Virginia State Virginia State Lincoln (PA) N.C. College Shaw Hampton Bluefield State Delaware State N.C. A&T Winston-Salem State Virginia Union J.C. Smith Saint Paul‟s Saint Augustine‟s

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

1947 Shaw Virginia State Hampton Howard Morgan State West Virginia State Delaware State Lincoln (PA) Winston-Salem State Virginia Union N.C. College N.C. A&T Bluefield State Saint Paul‟s J.C. Smith

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

Overall 10-0-0 9-1-0 7-2-1 6-2-1 5-2-1 6-3-1 4-4-0 5-4-1 6-3-0 4-5-0 2-7-0 1-5-1 3-6-0 0-5-1 1-5-1

1948 West Virginia State Winston-Salem State Howard Lincoln (PA) N.C. A&T Morgan State Virginia State N.C. College Shaw Delaware State Virginia Union Hampton Saint Augustine‟s Bluefield State J.C. Smith Saint Paul‟s

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

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

1949 Morgan State West Virginia State N.C. A&T Shaw Saint Augustine‟s Howard Virginia State N.C. College Hampton Delaware State J.C. Smith

154

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

1950 N.C. A&T Morgan State N.C. College Saint Augustine‟s Bluefield State West Virginia State Virginia Union Howard Lincoln (PA) Virginia State Winston-Salem State J.C. Smith Hampton Delaware State Shaw Saint Paul‟s

1951 West Virginia State N.C. College N.C. A&T Virginia Union Lincoln (PA) Winston-Salem State Virginia State Howard Hampton Morgan State J.C. Smith Bluefield State Delaware State Saint Augustine‟s Shaw Saint Paul‟s

1952 Virginia State Howard N.C. A&T Saint Augustine‟s N.C. College West Virginia State Morgan State J.C. Smith Hampton Lincoln (PA) Winston-Salem State Delaware State Bluefield State Virginia Union Saint Paul‟s

1953 N.C. College Morgan State Virginia State J.C. Smith N.C. A&T West Virginia State Hampton Howard Shaw Saint Augustine‟s Virginia Union Delaware State Winston-Salem State Lincoln (PA) Bluefield State Saint Paul‟s

CIAA 5-1-0 5-1-0 5-2-1 5-2-0 4-2-0 4-2-0 5-3-0 3-5-0 3-5-0 2-4-0 2-4-1 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-5-0 1-4-0

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

1958

1954 N.C. College Virginia State Maryland State Bluefield State Delaware State Saint Augustine‟s Virginia Union Morgan State Lincoln (PA) Hampton N.C. A&T Winston-Salem State J.C. Smith West Virginia State Fayetteville State Saint Paul‟s Howard Shaw

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

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

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

Overall 9-0-0 7-1-0 6-2-0 6-2-0 7-2-1 4-1-3 4-2-3 4-3-2 4-1-2 4-5-0 4-5-0 4-6-0 3-6-0 3-4-0 2-6-0 1-7-0 1-7-0 0-9-0

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

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

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

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

1955 Maryland State Delaware State Winston-Salem State Morgan State Bluefield State N.C. A&T Virginia State Shaw N.C. College Saint Augustine‟s Virginia Union Hampton Howard J.C. Smith Saint Paul‟s Lincoln (PA) West Virginia State Fayetteville State

1956 N.C. College Delaware State Morgan State Maryland State Saint Augustine‟s Bluefield State Fayetteville State Virginia Union N.C. A&T Winston-Salem State Shaw Hampton J.C. Smith Virginia State Lincoln (PA) Howard Saint Paul‟s

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

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

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

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

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

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

CIAA 5-0-2 6-1-0 5-1-1 5-1-0 5-2-0 4-3-1 3-3-0 2-2-1 3-4-1 3-4-1 3-4-0 2-4-0 1-5-0 1-8-0 0-6-0

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

1959 N.C. A&T Virginia Union Virginia State Maryland State Saint Augustine‟s Winston-Salem State J.C. Smith Hampton N.C. College Saint Paul‟s Elizabeth City Howard Lincoln (PA) Bluefield State Shaw Fayetteville Delaware State Morgan State

1960 Maryland State Winston-Salem State J.C. Smith N.C. A&T N.C. College Hampton Virginia State Delaware State Saint Augustine‟s Morgan State Virginia Union Fayetteville Howard Shaw Saint Paul‟s Elizabeth City Lincoln (PA)

1961

1957 Maryland State Elizabeth City Delaware State Bluefield State N.C. A&T Morgan State Winston-Salem State Virginia Union Shaw N.C. College Virginia State Hampton Saint Augustine‟s Howard Lincoln (PA) Fayetteville J.C. Smith Saint Paul‟s

N.C. A&T N.C. College Saint Augustine‟s Shaw Hampton Morgan State J.C. Smith Bluefield State Howard Maryland State Delaware State Winston-Salem State Virginia State Elizabeth City Lincoln (PA) Virginia Union Fayetteville Saint Paul‟s

N.C. College J.C. Smith Winston-Salem State N.C. A&T Delaware State Virginia Union Hampton Maryland State Morgan State Virginia State Elizabeth City Fayetteville Howard Shaw Saint Paul‟s

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALL-TIME CONFERENCE STANDINGS

1962 Morgan State N.C. A&T J.C. Smith Virginia Union N.C. College Fayetteville Norfolk State Maryland State Elizabeth City Saint Augustine‟s Delaware State Virginia State Hampton Winston-Salem State Saint Paul‟s Livingstone Shaw Howard

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

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

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

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

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

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

1963 N.C. College Morgan State Virginia Union N.C. A&T J.C. Smith Saint Augustine‟s Saint Paul‟s Norfolk State Winston-Salem State Maryland State Elizabeth City Hampton Shaw Howard Fayetteville Delaware State Livingstone

1964 N.C. A&T Morgan State J.C. Smith Virginia State Howard Maryland State Winston-Salem State Elizabeth City Saint Augustine‟s Saint Paul‟s Delaware State N.C. College Norfolk State Shaw Fayetteville Livingstone Hampton

1965 Morgan State Saint Augustine‟s J.C. Smith Maryland State N.C. A&T Saint Paul‟s Virginia State Virginia State Norfolk State Delaware State N.C. College Howard Virginia Union Livingstone Elizabeth City Shaw Winston-Salem State Fayetteville Hampton

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

Overall 9-0-0 8-1-1 5-4-0 5-2-0 4-6-0 5-3-0 5-4-0 5-4-0 4-4-0 4-5-0 3-5-1 5-3-0 3-5-0 3-5-0 3-5-0 4-5-0 2-7-0 1-6-0 1-8-0

Morgan State Hampton Livingstone N.C. College Elizabeth City J.C. Smith Virginia Union Maryland State N.C. A&T Fayetteville Howard Norfolk State Virginia State Delaware State Winston-Salem State Saint Paul‟s Shaw

1976

1970

1966 CIAA 8-0-0 5-2-0 5-1-1 6-3-0 5-3-0 3-2-1 4-4-0 3-3-0 3-4-0 2-3-1 2-3-0 3-5-0 3-5-0 2-4-0 2-5-0 1-6-1 0-7-2

Overall 9-0-0 6-3-0 6-3-1 6-3-0 5-3-0 3-5-1 4-4-0 5-3-0 3-6-0 3-4-1 4-4-0 3-5-0 3-5-0 3-5-0 2-6-0 1-7-1 0-7-2

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

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

Northern Division Morgan State Virginia State Delaware State Howard Saint Paul‟s Norfolk State Virginia Union UMES Hampton Southern Division J.C. Smith Elizabeth City N.C. Central Shaw Fayetteville Livingstone Winston-Salem State N.C. A&T

CIAA

Overall

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

8-2-0 8-2-0 6-2-0 7-2-0 3-5-0 3-6-0 3-6-0 1-8-0 0-9-0

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

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

1967 Morgan State J.C. Smith Maryland State Elizabeth City Virginia Union Virginia State N.C. A&T Norfolk State Hampton Winston-Salem State Delaware State Howard Livingstone Fayetteville N.C. College Saint Paul‟s Shaw

Morgan State N.C. A&T N.C. College Elizabeth City Maryland State Virginia State Hampton Livingstone Howard Norfolk State J.C. Smith Delaware State Winston-Salem State Fayetteville Shaw Saint Paul‟s

1971 Morgan State N.C. Central S.C. State N.C. A&T UMES Delaware State Howard

MEAC 5-0-1 5-1-0 3-2-1 3-2-1 1-4-1 1-5-0 1-5-0

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

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

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

N.C. Central N.C. A&T Morgan State UMES Howard Delaware State S.C. State

MEAC 5-1-0 4-2-0 4-2-0 4-2-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 0-6-0

Overall 9-2-0 8-2-0 5-5-0 4-5-0 6-4-0 5-4-0 1-9-0

MEAC 5-1-0 4-1-1 4-2-0 4-2-0 2-4-0 1-4-1 0-6-0

Overall 7-4-0 7-3-1 6-3-0 8-2-0 4-5-0 4-6-1 0-11-0

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

Overall 8-2-0 8-1-0 7-2-1 6-2-1 6-4-0 4-4-0 5-3-0 5-4-0 3-4-1 4-5-0 3-5-1 3-6-0 2-6-0 1-7-0 2-7-0 1-7-0 0-9-0

1974 MEAC 5-1-0 4-1-1 4-1-1 4-2-0 2-4-0 1-5-0 0-6-0

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

1973 N.C. Central S.C. State Morgan State Howard UMES N.C. A&T Delaware State

1969 J.C. Smith Elizabeth City N.C. Central N.C. A&T Morgan State Norfolk State Livingstone Virginia Union Fayetteville Delaware State Virginia State Howard Shaw Maryland State Winston-Salem State Saint Paul‟s Hampton

MEAC 5-1-0 5-1-0 3-2-1 3-2-1 2-4-0 1-5-0 1-5-0

Overall 10-1-0 6-4-0 6-4-1 5-5-1 6-5-0 3-7-1 2-9-0

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

Overall 9-1-1 7-4-0 7-4-0 4-6-1 5-5-0 1-6-0 0-4-0

MEAC 5-0-1 4-2-0 3-3-0 2-3-1 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0

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

MEAC 5-0-0 4-1-0 2-2-1 2-3-0 1-4-0 0-4-1 ---

Overall 9-2-0 8-3-0 4-6-1 5-6-0 2-8-1 4-5-1 3-7-1

MEAC 5-0-0 3-2-0 2-2-1 2-2-1 2-3-0 0-5-0

Overall 10-1-0 9-3-0 6-2-2 5-4-1 5-6-0 2-9-0

MEAC 5-0-0 4-1-0 3-2-0 2-3-0 1-4-0 0-5-0

Overall 10-3-0 7-4-0 6-4-0 6-5-0 2-9-0 3-8-0

MEAC 4-1-0 4-1-0 3-2-0 2-3-0 2-3-0

Overall 9-3-0 6-5-0 6-5-0 6-5-0 4-7-0

MEAC 4-0-0 3-1-0 1-3-0 1-3-0 0-4-0 ---

Overall 7-3-0 7-3-1 4-4-1 3-7-1 4-7-0 7-4-0

MEAC 4-0-0 3-1-0 2-2-0 1-3-0 0-4-0 ---

Overall 7-3-0 8-2-0 4-6-1 2-8-0 2-8-0 0-11-0

1977 S.C. State N.C. A&T Delaware State Morgan State Howard UMES N.C. Central

1978

1972

1968

S.C. State Morgan State N.C. A&T Howard N.C. Central Delaware State UMES

S.C. State Howard N.C. Central Morgan State N.C. A&T UMES Delaware State

1975 S.C. State N.C. A&T Howard N.C. Central Delaware State Morgan State UMES

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

Overall 8-2-1 8-3-0 8-3-0 5-4-1 5-5-0 4-5-1 0-10-0

S.C. State N.C. A&T Delaware State Morgan State Howard N.C. Central UMES

1979 Morgan State S.C. State N.C. A&T Howard N.C. Central Delaware State UMES

1980 S.C. State N.C. A&T Howard Bethune-Cookman Florida A&M Delaware State

1981 S.C. State Florida A&M Bethune-Cookman Howard Delaware State N.C. A&T

1982 S.C. State Florida A&M Bethune-Cookman Howard Delaware State

1983 S.C. State Delaware State Bethune-Cookman N.C. A&T Howard Florida A&M

1984 Bethune-Cookman Delaware State S.C. State N.C. A&T Howard Morgan State

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

155

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALL-TIME CONFERENCE STANDINGS 1992 N.C. A&T Florida A&M S.C. State Howard Delaware State Bethune-Cookman Morgan State

1985 Delaware State Bethune-Cookman S.C. State N.C. A&T Howard Morgan State

MEAC 4-0-0 3-1-0 2-2-0 1-3-0 0-4-0 ---

Overall 9-2-0 6-4-0 5-6-0 6-5-0 4-7-0 0-9-0

MEAC 4-1-0 3-2-0 3-2-0 3-2-0 2-3-0 0-5-0

Overall 9-3-0 8-3-0 7-4-0 5-6-0 3-8-0 1-9-0

1986 N.C. A&T Howard Delaware State S.C. State Bethune-Cookman Morgan State

1987 Delaware State Howard S.C. State Bethune-Cookman N.C. A&T Morgan State Florida A&M ---

MEAC 5-0-0* 4-1-0* 3-2-1 2-3-0 1-4-0 0-5-0 5-5-1

Overall 9-1-0 8-2-0 6-3-1 4-7-0 3-8-0 1-9-0

* - Howard forced to forfeit contest with Delaware State

1988 Bethune-Cookman Florida A&M Delaware State Howard S.C. State N.C. A&T Morgan State

MEAC 4-2-0 4-2-0 4-2-0 3-3-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 0-6-0

Overall 5-6-0 6-4-1 5-5-0 7-4-0 2-9-0 2-9-0 1-10-0

1989 Delaware State Howard Florida A&M Bethune-Cookman S.C. State N.C. A&T Morgan State

MEAC 5-1-0 4-2-0 3-3-0 3-3-0 3-3-0 2-4-0 1-5-0

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

1990 Florida A&M N.C. A&T Delaware State Howard S.C. State Bethune-Cookman Morgan State

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

Overall 7-4-0 9-2-0 7-3-0 6-5-0 4-6-0 4-7-0 1-10-0

1991 Delaware State N.C. A&T S.C. State Florida A&M Bethune-Cookman Howard Morgan State

156

MEAC 5-1-0 5-1-0 3-3-0 3-3-0 3-3-0 1-5-0 1-5-0

Overall 9-2-0 9-3-0 7-4-0 6-5-0 4-6-0 2-9-0 1-10-0

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

Overall 9-3-0 7-5-0 7-4-0 7-4-0 6-5-0 4-7-0 2-9-0

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

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

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

Overall 10-2-0 7-4-0 6-5-0 5-6-0 6-5-0 3-8-0 4-7-0

MEAC 6-0-0 5-1-0 4-2-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 2-4-0 0-6-0 ---

Overall 9-3-0 6-5-0 6-4-0 6-5-0 4-7-0 3-8-0 1-10-0 8-3-0

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

Overall 9-3-0 10-2-0 8-3-0 4-6-0 5-6-0 4-7-0 3-8-0 2-9-0

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

Overall 10-2-0 9-3-0 9-3-0 7-4-0 7-4-0 3-7-0 3-8-0 4-7-0 3-7-0

2007

1999 N.C. A&T Florida A&M Hampton Delaware State Howard Bethune-Cookman S.C. State Norfolk State Morgan State

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

Overall 11-2-0 8-3-0 7-4-0 4-7-0 5-6-0 7-4-0 4-6-0 2-9-0 2-8-0

MEAC 7-1-0 6-2-0 6-2-0 5-3-0 5-3-0 3-5-0 2-6-0 2-6-0 0-8-0

Overall 9-2-0 9-2-0 8-3-0 7-4-0 7-4-0 3-8-0 3-8-0 3-8-0 1-10-0

MEAC 7-1-0 6-2-0 5-3-0 5-3-0 5-3-0 3-5-0 3-5-0 1-7-0 1-7-0

Overall 7-4-0 7-4-0 8-3-0 6-4-0 6-5-0 5-6-0 5-6-0 2-9-0 2-9-0

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

Overall 11-2-0 7-5-0 7-5-0 7-5-0 6-5-0 7-5-0 4-8-0 4-8-0 5-6-0

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

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

MEAC 6-1-0 6-1-0 4-3-0 4-3-0 3-4-0 3-4-0 1-6-0 1-6-0 ---

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

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

Overall 11-0-0 9-2-0 7-4-0 6-5-0 7-4-0 4-7-0 3-8-0 4-7-0 2-9-0

1993 Howard S.C. State Delaware State N.C. A&T Florida A&M Morgan State Bethune-Cookman

1994 S.C. State Delaware State N.C. State Bethune-Cookman Florida A&M Morgan State Howard

1995 Florida A&M Delaware State S.C. State Howard N.C. A&T Bethune-Cookman Morgan State Hampton

1996 Florida A&M Howard N.C. A&T S.C. State Hampton Morgan State Delaware State Bethune-Cookman

1997 Hampton Florida A&M S.C. State Howard N.C. A&T Morgan State Delaware State Bethune-Cookman Norfolk State

1998 Hampton Florida A&M Bethune-Cookman N.C. A&T Howard S.C. State Norfolk State Morgan State Delaware State

MEAC 7-1-0 7-1-0 6-2-0 5-3-0 5-3-0 3-5-0 2-6-0 1-7-0 0-8-0

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

S.C. State Florida A&M Bethune-Cookman Hampton Delaware State Morgan State Norfolk State N.C. A&T Howard

MEAC 8-0-0 5-3-0 5-3-0 5-3-0 5-3-0 4-4-0 3-5-0 1-7-0 0-8-0

Overall 10-3-0 9-3-0 8-3-0 6-5-0 5-6-0 6-6-0 5-7-0 3-9-0 1-10-0

South Carolina State Florida A&M Norfolk State Morgan State Bethune-Cookman Hampton North Carolina A&T Delaware State Howard

MEAC 8-0-0 6-2-0 5-3-0 4-4-0 4-4-0 3-5-0 3-5-0 3-5-0 0-8-0

Overall 10-2-0 8-3-0 7-4-0 6-5-0 5-6-0 5-6-0 5-6-0 4-7-0 2-9-0

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

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

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

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

MEAC 8-0-0 6-2-0 5-3-0 5-3-0 5-3-0 4-4-0 4-4-0 3-5-0 2-6-0 2-6-0 0-8-0

Overall 9-3-0 7-4-0 7-4-0 6-5-0 6-5-0 5-6-0 4-7-0 3-7-0 4-7-0 3-8-0 1-10-0

2010

2002 Bethune-Cookman Florida A&M Hampton Morgan State Howard S.C. State Delaware State N.C. A&T Norfolk State

Overall 10-2-0 8-3-0 7-4-0 6-5-0 5-6-0 5-6-0 4-7-0 3-8-0 0-11-0

2009

2001 Florida A&M Hampton N.C. A&T Bethune-Cookman S.C. State Delaware State Norfolk State Morgan State Howard

MEAC 8-0-0 6-2-0 6-2-0 5-3-0 4-4-0 3-5-0 2-6-0 2-6-0 0-8-0

2008

2000 Florida A&M Bethune-Cookman N.C. A&T Delaware State Hampton Howard S.C. State Norfolk State Morgan State

Delaware State Norfolk State S.C. State Hampton Morgan State Bethune-Cookman Howard Florida A&M N.C. A&T

Bethune-Cookman South Carolina State Florida A&M Hampton Norfolk State Morgan State Delaware State North Carolina A&T Howard

2003 N.C. A&T Bethune-Cookman Hampton S.C. State Morgan State Howard Delaware State Norfolk State Florida A&M

2004 Hampton S.C. State Bethune-Cookman Delaware State Howard Morgan State N.C. A&T Norfolk State Florida A&M

2005 Hampton S.C. State Delaware State Florida A&M Bethune-Cookman Norfolk State N.C. A&T Howard Morgan State

2011 Norfolk State Bethune-Cookman South Carolina State Hampton Florida A&M North Carolina A&T Morgan State Howard Delaware State NC Central Savannah State

2012 Bethune-Cookman Howard NCA&T Delaware State NC Central South Carolina State Florida A&M Hampton Norfolk State Morgan State Savannah State

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL HORNETS IN THE PROS Jimmy Strong, DB/P John Taylor, WR Curtis Thomas (WR) Walter Tullis, RB/WR Eric Wainwright, LB Clarence Weathers, RB

National Football League Phil Anderson, RB Lamar Banks, OL Kevin Bryant, LB Andre Carroll Steve Coleman, DE Damon Daniels, WR DaShane Dennis, DB/KR Steve Davis, RB Tim Egerton, WR Keith Glascoe, LB Uhuru Hamiter, DL Victor Heflin, DB Albert Horsey, WR Jamaal Jackson, OL Glen James LB Chris Jones, OL David Jones, WR

Odell Jones, DE Franz Kappel, OL Kenny Kern, LB Gene Lake, RB Al Lawson, WR Shaheer McBride, WR Darnerien McCants, WR Rod Milstead, OL

Derrick Neal, WR David Parkinson, PK Curtis Powell, LB Robert Presbury, DL Brian Randall, DB Michael Riddick, RB Lybrant Robinson, DL Malcolm Showell, DL

Indianapolis Colts (1995) Oakland Raiders (1997) San Francisco 49ers (1987) Cleveland Browns Denver Broncos (1974) Cincinnati Bengals (1996) Carolina Panthers (2006) Pittsburgh Steelers (1972-74) New York Jets (1975-76) Cincinnati Bengals (1990) New York Jets (1985) New Orleans Saints (1998-99) Philadelphia Eagles (1999-01) Houston Texans (2002) Denver Broncos (1983) Miami Dolphins ( Baltimore Ravens (2001) Philadelphia Eagles (2003- )* Atlanta Falcons (1969) New York Jets (1985) San Diego Chargers (1991-93) Los Angeles Raiders (1993-94) Cleveland Browns (1995) Oakland Raiders (1998) Denver Broncos New England Patriots (1985) Cleveland Browns (2005) Washington Redskins (1986) New York Jets (1964) Philadelphia Eagles (2008-09) Washington Redskins (2001-04) Philadelphia Eagles (2005-06) Baltimore Ravens (2008) Dallas Cowboys (1992) Cleveland Browns (1992-93) San Francisco 49ers (1994-96) Washington Redskins (1997-99) Cleveland Browns (1994) New York Giants (1989) Dallas Cowboys Washington Redskins Philadelphia Eagles Kansas City Chiefs (1994) New York Giants (1990) Washington Redskins (1989) Dallas Cowboys (1990) Los Angeles Raiders (1990) Green Bay Packers (1991) Arizona Cardinals (1992)

FA FA 7th Rd. FA FA FA 3rd Rd.

Ed Williams, DL Gordon Wright, OL

3rd Rd. FA 12thRd FA

*- denotes active players (as of July 8, 2013)

FA

John Taylor (82)

FA FA FA 6th Rd.

Catches gamewinning touchdown pass from Joe Montana in San Francisco 49ers‟ Super Bowl XXIII win over Cincinnati in 1989.

FA FA FA

Baltimore Colts (1965) San Francisco 49ers (1986-96) New York Giants (1995) Washington Redskins (1976) Green Bay Packers Philadelphia Eagles (1990) New England Patriots (1983-84) Cleveland Browns (1985-88) Indianapolis Colts (1989) Kansas City Chiefs (1989) Green Bay Packers (1990-91) San Francisco 49ers (1986) Philadelphia Eagles (1967) New York Jets (1969)

7th Rd. FA FA FA FA FA FA FA 5th Rd. FA FA 5th Rd. FA FA FA FA FA FA FA FA FA 5th Rd. FA FA FA FA

Darnerien McCants Washington Redskins

Rod Milstead (69) Washington Redskins

Jamal Jackson (67) Philadelphia Eagles

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

157

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM SELECTIONS 1991, cont. Alphonso Tyler (LB) Chuck Poplos (P) 1992 All-CIAA Selections 1947 Edward Schenck (E) 1952 John Bundy (LB) 1953 John Bundy (C) 1954 Emmett Jeter (G)

CIAA Championships 1956

1993

1994 1995

1996 All-MEAC First Team 1972 Luther Howard (S) 1974 Walter Tullis (DB) 1975 Walter Tullis (KR) David Crocker (LB) 1977 David Crocker (LB) Andre Dixon (DB) 1978 DeCasto Brown (WR) Gregory Wright (DT) 1980 Clarence Weathers (KR) 1981 Johnny Rowe (RB) Timothy King (DB) 1982 Terrence Staples (TE) Victor Heflin (DB) 1983 Franz Kappel (OL) Nigel Dunn (OL) Gene Lake (RB) Joe Lane (DT) 1984 John Taylor (WR) Franz Kappel (OL) Everett Morgan (PK) Joe Lane (DL) Dan Candeloro (DL) Dan Coppedge (LB) Joe Burton (DB) 1985 John Taylor (WR) Tony Danzy (OL) Chris Jones (OL) Virgil Blocker (OL) Terrance Hoover (RB) Dan Candeloro (DL) Dan Coppedge (LB) Bertram Chew (LB) Joe Burton (DB) 1986 Tony Danzy (OL) Terrance Hoover (RB) David Parkinson (PK) Robert Presbury (DL) Lybrandt Robinson (DL) Kevin Bryant (LB) Joe Burton (DB) 1987 Tony Danzy (OL) Reggie Barnes (RB) David Parkinson (PK) Robert Presbury (DL) Lybrandt Robinson (DL) Derek Andrews (LB) Marvin Bright (LB) Reggie Johnson (DB) 1988 Stephen Hart (OL) Reggie Barnes (RB) Eric Wainwright (LB) Marvin Bright (LB) Reggie Johnson (DB) 1989 David Jones (TE) Rod Milstead (OL) Justin Proctor (OL) Darren Felton (QB) Michael Murray (RB) Tim Egerton (WR) Malcolm Showell (DL) Marc Ware (DB) 1990 David Jones (WR) Rod Milstead (OL) Preston Steward (OL) Michael Murray (RB) Tim Egerton (WR) Malcolm Showell (DL) 1991 Rod Milstead (OL) Preston Steward (OL) Michael Murray (RB) Jon Jensen (PK) Bruce Davis (LB)

158

1999 2000 2001 2002 2004 2005

2006 2007

2010 2012

Dakiel Shorts (RB) Brian Randall (KR) Leroy Thompson (DL) Brian Randall (DB) Chuck Poplos (P) Stanley Burris (OL) Lloyd Badson (LB) Brian Randall (DB) Chuck Poplos (P) Keith Jarvis (OL) Matt Wilder (OL) W. Dennis Jones (QB) Fabien Thorne (RB) Ernest Shockley (DL) Lloyd Badson (LB) Anthony Hayward (OL) Ronnie Wilkerson (LB) DaShane Dennis (KR) Rahsaan Matthews (QB) Darnerien McCants (TE) DaShane Dennis (DB) Deon Rheubottom (DB) DaShaun Morris (KR) Brent Davis (LB) Sam Smith (DB) Shaheer McBride (WR) Sam Smith (LB) Blake Saunders (DB) Eric Contos (P) Shaheer McBride (WR) Jeremy Breath (OL) Jamel Trott (DB) Adrian Brown (OL) Russell Reeves (LB) Akeem Green (DB) Peter Gaertner (PK) Justin Wilson (WR) Andre Carroll (DL) Nick Elko (QB) Travis Tarpley (WR) Justin Wilson (WR) Davon Moore (DB) Ernest Adjei (LB) Nail Muradymov (OL)

Gene Lake All-MEAC (1983, „84) 1984 MEAC OffensivePlayer-of-the-Year

Dan Candeloro All-MEAC (1984, „85) 1985 MEAC Defensive Player-of-the-Year

Brian Randall Three-time All-MEAC First Team selection

Nick Elko All-MEAC First Team (2012) 2012 MEAC Offensive Player-of-the-Year

Rahsaan Mathews All-MEAC First Team 2000 MEAC OffensivePlayer-of-the-Year

Joe Burton All-MEAC First Team (1984, „85, „86) 1986 MEAC Defensive Player-of-the-Year

MEAC Championships 1985, 1987, 1989, 1991, 2007 MEAC Coach-of-the-Year 1977 Edmund Wyche 1985 Bill Collick 2000 Ben Blacknall MEAC Offensive Player of the Year 1984 Gene Lake (RB) 1985 John Taylor (WR) 2000 Rahsaan Matthews (QB) 2012 Nick Elko (QB) MEAC Defensive Player-of-the-Year 1985 Dan Candeloro 1986 Joe Burton 1987 Robert Presbury

Chuck Poplos All-MEAC First Team selection (1991, „92, „93)

John Taylor All-MEAC First Team (1984, „85) 1985 MEAC Offensive Player-of-theYear)

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL DELAWARE STATE First Team All-Americans Steve Davis RB (1968-71) 1970 New Pittsburgh Courier Black College All-America Hornets‟ first All-American player … completed his career as Delaware State‟s all-time leading rusher with 2,500 yards … rushed for 980 yards to help lead Hornets to 6-2 record in 1970, the team‟s first winning season since 1961. Gene Lake RB (1982-84) 1983, 1984 Sheridan Black College AllAmerican; 1984 Kodak All-American 1984 MEAC Offensive Player-of-the-Year … twotime All-MEAC First Team selection (‟83, ‟84) … Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention (‟83) … led all collegiate players with 1,722 yards rushing in 1984 … holds DSU records for singleseason (1,722) and single-game (336) rushing yards … also holds Hornet records for rushing touchdowns in a career (35) and game (6) … inducted into the MEAC Hall of fame in 2009 … native of Milford, Del. Franz Kappel OL (1981, 1982-84) 1983, 1984 Sheridan Black College AllAmerican Three-time All-MEAC First Team selection (‟82, ‟83, „840 … recognized as one of the top offensive lineman in the country, earning “Sporting News” Division I-AA Pre-season All-America honors in ‟84 … Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention in 1983 … served eight seasons as DSU‟s offensive line coach (1987-94) … signed with New England Patriots following his DSU career … native of New Castle, Del.

Dan Candeloro DT (1984-86) 1985 Sheridan Black College All-American 1985 Associated Press All-American … ‟85 MEAC Defensive Player of the Year … three-time AllMEAC selection (first team – ‟84 & ‟85; second team – ‟86) … 1984 & ‟85 Sporting News Preseason All-America … 181 career tackles at DSU … native of Wilmington, Del.

Terrance Hoover RB (1984-87) 1985, ’86 Sheridan Black College All-American Three-time All-MEAC First Team selection (‟85, ‟86, ‟87) … Sporting News Pre-season AllAmerica honoree (‟86) … DSU‟s career rushing leader (3,517 yards) … amassed two 1,000-yard seasons with the Hornets (1,191 in „87 & 1,086 in ‟86) … led all collegiate players (Div. I-A & I-AA) in rushing average (8.6 ypc) in 1985 … native of Plainfield, N.J.

Joe Burton DB (1983-86) 1986 Kodak All-American; 1986 Sheridan Black College All-American Three-time All-MEAC First Team selection … No. 3 on Delaware State‟s career interception list (19) … recorded 169 tackles at DSU … native of New Castle, Del.

Rod Milstead OL (1988-91) John Taylor WR (1982-85) 1991 Walter Camp All-American; ’91 AP All1984 Sheridan Black College All-American American; ’91 Sheridan Black College All1985 MEAC Offensive Player-of-the-Year … two American -time All-MEAC selection … Associated Press All Three-time All-MEAC First Team selection (‟89, -America Honorable Mention (‟84) … holds DSU ‟90, 91) … one of the top offensive linemen in record for receiving yards in a game (223 vs. St. team history … DSU gained 8,379 yards with Paul‟s – 9/21/85) … ranks third in DSU record Milstead on the line … selected by the Dallas book for career receiving yards (2,426) … shares Cowboys in the fifth round of the 1992 NFL draft Hornet record for career touchdown receptions (121st overall) … played for the Cleveland (33) … third round pick (76th overall) of the NFL‟s Browns, San Francisco 49ers and Washington Redskins … native of San Francisco 49ers in 1986 … helped lead 49ers to three Super Bryans Road, Md. Bowl titles … native of Pennsauken, N.J. Leroy Thompson DE (1989-92) 1992 Kodak All-American 1992 All-MEAC First Team selection … 1991 AllJoe Lane DT (1981-84) MEAC Second Team … recorded 89 tackles and 1984 Sheridan Black College All-American 11 sacks in 1992 … holds DSU record for most Two-time All-MEAC First Team selection … 1984 sacks in a game (5 vs. N.C.A.&T. – 11/9/91) … “Sporting News” Pre-season All-America … 1984 recorded most sacks in a season in team history Hornet co-captain … named Delaware State Uni(16 in 1991) … No. 3 all-time at DSU in career versity Most Outstanding Senior … recorded 284 sacks (30) … native of Williamstown, N.J. total tackles (No. 5 all-time at DSU) … registered 17 sacks for his career (No. 7 all-time at DSU) … played in 43 consecutive contests during his career … native of Newark, N.J.

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

159

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL DELAWARE STATE First Team All-Americans Rahsaan Matthews QB (1996, 19982000) 2000 Sheridan Black College All-American 2000 MEAC Offensive Player-of-the-Year … AllMEAC First Team selection (‟00) … most prolific passer n team history … holds DSU career records for completions (563), pass attempts (1,178), passing yards (8,073) and touchdown passes (74) … ranks No. 2 all-time in the MEAC in passing yards and TD passes … completed 160-of327 passes for 2,386 yards and school-record 32 touchdowns in 2000 … native of Wilmington, Del. Darnerian McCants WR (1997-2000) 2000 SportsNetwork All-American; ’00 AP AllAmerican; 2000 Sheridan Black College AllAmerican 2000 All-MEAC First Team … holds school record for touchdown receptions in a season (18) … also holds school and MEAC records for touchdown catches in a game (5, two times in 2000) … finished his DSU career with 83 catches for 1,622 yards for 26 touchdowns … selected by NFL‟s Washington Redskins in the fifth round of 2001 NFL draft (154th overall) … native of Baltimore, Md.

DaShaun Morris WR/KOR (2001-2002) 2002 SportsNetwork All-American; 2002 AP All-American 2002 All-MEAC First Team … set DSU record for kickoff return touchdowns in a season (3) in 2002 … recorded 708 return yards in ‟02, including a career-best 92-yard return at Bucknell on Sep. 28, 2002 … averaged 28.3 yards per return in 2002, and 25.9 for his career … also finished DSU career with 57 catches for 1,033 yards and 10 touchdowns … native of Orange, N.J. Sam Smith LB (2004-2005) 2005 SBN All-American; 2005 Don Hansen Division I-AA All-American Two-time All-MEAC First Team selection … MEAC leader, and second in Division I-AA, with 13.5 sacks as well as tied for seventh in the nation with 19 tackles-for-loss in 2005 … led MEAC with four fumble recoveries in ‟05 … led DSU with 75 tackles (33 solo) and ‟05 … finished career with 179 tackles and 20 sacks … native of St. Petersburg, Fla.

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Eric Contos P (2004-2005) 2005 SportsNetwork All-American; 2005 AP All -American; 2005 SBN All-American 2005 First Team All-MEAC selection … led MEAC in punting yards (2,876) and number of punts (65) … averaged 44.2 yards per punt in ‟05 … recorded career-best 61-yard punt vs. BethuneCookman (10/8/05) … 18 of his 65 punts were for 50 or more yards, placing 22 inside the 20-yard line … native of Red Mountain, Ariz. Peter Gaertner PK (2004-2007) 2007 SBN All-American 2007 All-MEAC First Team … 2005 All-MEAC Second Team … holds DSU records for single season (19) and career field goals (43) … led MEAC with 19 field goals in 2007 … also was tops in the league in points by a kicker (80 … 6.7 pg) in ‟07 … had top field goal percentage in the MEAC in 2005 (.760) and 2007 (.762) … native of Bakersfield, Cal.

Larrone Moore WR/KR (2007-2010) 2010 SportsNetwork All-American 2010 All-MEAC First Team … returned two kickoffs for touchdowns in 2010 … also had 102 catches for 1,236 yards … native of Hyattsville, Md.

Travis Tarpley WR/KR (2009-2012) 2012 SBN All-American 2012 All-MEAC First Team … Hornets all-time leader with 4,651 all-purpose yards … holds DSU records for single-season receptions (86) and receiving yards (1,058) … also holds team record for catches in a game (13) … ranks third in team history in career receptions (181) and fifth in receiving yards (2,121) … native of Danville, Va.

MEAC CHAMPS— 1985,‘87,‘88,‘89,‘91,‘07

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL HORNETS IN THE PROS

Arena Football League DaShane Dennis, DB

Philadelphia Sol (2004) New York Dragons (2005)

Leroy Thompson, LB/RB

Albany Firebirds (1996-04) New Orleans VooDoo (2005) Columbus Destroyers (2007-08)

World League of American Football Tim Egerton, WR Robert Presbury, DL

Barcelona Dragons (1992) Orlando Thunder

United States Football League Tim King, DB Gene Lake, RB Robert Presbury, DE Walter Tullis, RB/WR

Arena Football League 2 DaShane Dennis Kenneth McClain, LB Blake Saunders, DB

Tampa Bay Bandits Philadelphia Stars (1985) Baltimore Stallions Philadelphia Stars

Richmond Sped (2003) Manchester Wolves (2005) South Georgia Wildcats

World Football League NFL Europe Kenny Kern, LB

Hamburg Sea Devils (2006)

John Land, RB Ricardo Wright

Philadelphia Bell (1973-75) Philadelphia Bell (1974)

* - denotes active players (as of July 14, 2013)

Canadian Football League Reggie Barnes, RB Tim Egerton, WR Emmanuel Marc, RB Dean Noel, RB Brian Randall, DB Lybrant Robinson, DL Bennie Shell Leroy Thompson, LB

Ottawa Roughriders (1989-96) Shreveport Pirates (1997) British Columbia Lions (1991) British Columbia Lions (2009 - )* Ottawa Roughriders (1997-99) Saskatchewan Roughriders (1995) Ottawa Roughriders Ottawa Roughriders Toronto Argonauts (1992)

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99 09 07-10 08 93-97 93-94 99-02 84 04-05 78-79 77-79 84-87 12 50 10 55 98-99 69-71 78-80 90, 92, 93 81-84 83-86 94-95 77-78 02-03 81, 82 79 90

Coleman, Steve Coles, Korey Coley, Richard Collick, Carl Collick, Kyle Collier, Oliver Collins, Anel Collins, Marvin Colston, Jermond Colston, Terrick Comer, Eldridge Coney, Jerome Conley, Bernard Connor, Kevin Contos, Eric Conquest, Andreas Conway, Donald Conyers, Jermaine Cook, Tim Cooks, Robert Cooper, Anthony Cooper, Caesar Cooper, Caldwell Cooper, Daryl Cooper, Tom Coppallo, Jeff Coppedge, Daniel Cordova, Gerald Cornwall, Troye Cosby, Bob Cottman, John 02-04 Cotton, Tyrone 93-96 Cottrell, John 81, 82 Council, Ron 70, 71 Coverdale, Greg 94, 95 86, 89, 90 Covington, Blake Crawford, Keith 84-86 Crocker, David 10 Crooms, Stephen 98 Crum, Boston 08 Crumpler, Oaklyn 85, 87 Culbrest, Jerome 69 Culver, Johnny 11Cunningham, Brandon 85 Cunningham, Kenneth 99 Curd, Gerald 07-10 Curry, Gary 80 Curtis, James 93-97 Curtis, Michael 98, 00 98 - DDD 79 Daluz, Joseph 99 Dancy, Nate 75, 77 Daniels, Damon 09 Daniels, Steve 84-87 Danzey, Tony 70-73 Darlington, Khary 10Davenport, Jamar 68 Davies, Arnold 90 Davis, Aaron 08-09 90, 92, 93 Davis, Anthony Davis, Brent 85 Davis, Bruce 84-86 Davis, Duane 12Davis, Mike 84, 85 Davis, Mike 73, 75 Davis, Petie 58 Davis, Steve 99 Davis, William, Jr 88 76, 77, 79 Davis, William, Sr. Davis, Zeb 70, 71 Daviston, Corbin 70, 71 Dawson, Clifford 88 Day, Andrew 05 Day, Desi 75 Del Orbe, Edward 10 Delany, Herbert 90 81, 82, 84 Delee, Glenn Dell, Leslie 70 Delon, Mike 56 Denkins, Jesse 77-79 Dennis, Charles 46 Dennis, DaShane 87 Dennis, Johnny 92, 93 Dennis, Leslie 02-05

70-71 05 80, 81 49 90 90, 92 87 66 10-12 1281, 84, 85 97 05-09 07, 08 04, 05 99-01 64 99, 00 81 85-88 02-04 94 73-76 99-02 81 81, 82 82-85 84-86 1066 47 77, 78 80 90 97 03-07 86, 88, 90 77, 78 73 77-79 66 75-78 90 0998 87-88 99 76 85

Bacon, Carl Badson, Lloyd Bagwell, Clarence Bagwell, Charlie Bailey, David Bailey, Josh Bailey, Greg Bailey, Phil Baker, Jerome Baker, Stanley Baldwin, Daryl Ball, Nathan Banks, Lamar Banks, Stanley Banning, Chris Bansah, George Baptise, Levi Barber, John Barber, John Barkley, Warren Barnes, Kittrell Barnes, Reggie Barrett, Rashawn Barrow, Corey Bashir, Jahmel Bashir, Omarr Bass, Mitchell Battle, Curtis Battle, Kahlil Baughman, Tyrone Beamon, Anthony Beasley, Leroy Bedford, Joseph Bedle, Jerome Beekman, Charles Belcher, Anthony Belford, Tyrone Bell, James

162

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Abul-Qasim, Tarik Adair, Alvis Adam, Charles Addison, Clarence Adjei, Ernest Adjei, Francis Albanese, Wayne Alderman, Chris Alderman, Clyde Alderman, Donovan Aldridge, Henry Alexander, Alvetta Alexander, Chad Allen, John Allen, Nick Alleyne, Craig Alston, Billy Altidor, Frantz Ameen-Bey, Jibreel Ames, Maurice Amoah, Kofi Ananou, David Anderson, Ernest Anderson, George Anderson, Gerald Anderson, Jamil Anderson, Johnathan Anderson, Phil Anderson, Phil Anderson, Tarique Andrews, Anthony Andrews, Derek Andrews, Harrison Andrews, Raymond Archie, Jennon Arnold, Rodney Asuega, Keola Atkinson, Rashad Augustine, Steve Avery, Alan Ayanbiola, Olusegun

- BBB -

Brown, John

01-04 01-03 76, 79 73-76 00-03 88 82 08-09 75 91, 93 10 85-89 66 87-90 97 75 02 04, 06-07 86 02-06 73 93-95 58 70-71 10-11 76 02 77 01-03 93-95 84, 85 80, 81, 82 04, 05 48 98 01-04 1370, 71 79, 81 75 78, 79 04 07-09 88, 90, 92 01, 02 91 86

Brown, Kurtis Brown, Kyle Brown, Micah Brown, Quinton Brown, Reggie Brown, Shunard Brown, Stephen Broughton, Alex Brum, Paul Brunson, Rosco Bryant, Derald Bryant, Kevin Bryant, Quadir Bullock, Oscar Bullock, Ronnie Bundy, John Burgman, Myron Burke, Keith Burke, Wendell Burris, Stanley Burton, Frank Burton, Joe Burton, Tyrone Bushay, Raymond Bussey, Zach Butler, Tyrone Byars, Walter Byrd, Tremane

Bellamy, Shannon Belote, Termaine 93-95 Bennett, Darrell 93 Bennett, George 74, 75 Bennett, Robert 79-81 Bennett, Willie 10Benson, Dale 07-10 Bernard, Richard 01 Berry, Marvin 80 Berry, Tom 81 Best, Thomas 96, 97 Bethea, Clint 49 Bethea, Lamont 91-94 Bethea, Robert 95 Betsey, Chad 75 Beulah, Curtis 06 Beulah, Nate 85 Beverly, James 84, 85 Biaco, Dane 10 Biandudi, Jeremy 04 Bias, Ray Sr. 81 Bias, Ray Jr. 03-06 Biggins, John 76 Billingslea, Dana 66-68 Billups, Shawn 93 Black, John 79 Blackshear, Kevin 99 Blackshear, Leonard 79, 80 Blackston, Andrew 91-94 Blagmon, Jemel 04 Blocker, Virgil 12Blount, Marvin 91 Blue, Pierre 84-87 Boaz, Julius 70, 71 Bodden, Harold 87, 89-91 Bolden, Thomas 93-95, 97 Bolden, Willie 75, 77 BoNey, Dwight 06, 07 Bordley, Brent 01-05 Bordley, Dennis 84 Boss, Henry 88-90 Botts, Bryan 09-12 Bouknight, Gerald Bowan, Craig Bowden, Mike Bowers, Michael 90 Bowie, Keith 93, 95 Boyd, Aaron 63-66 Boyd, Joe 80 Boyd, Jonathon 87 Boyd, Nate 11-12 Bradley, Tyrice 80 Bramble, Mark 01-04 Brandon, James 82-86 Braswell, Riley 73 Brackett, Nick 02 Bratcher, Rod 98 Bratton, Jermaine 93-97 Bray, Charles 07, 08 Breath, Jeremy 96, 97 Brenion, Frank 09-10 Brent, Shaun 75, 77 Brewington, Reggie 64-67 Brewton, Justin 85-89 Bridge, Burditt 51 Bright, Marvin 99-02 Brisbane, Aquel 85-88 Brite, Josh 1290, 92, 94 Brodard, Charles 08, 10-12 Brock, Melvin Bromble, Mark 86, 88 Bromell, Calvin 67-70 Brooker, Mansfield 91 Brooks, Fred 10 Brooks, Michael 04 Brooks, Shawn 77-80 Brown, Adrian 66 Brown, Andre 45 Brown, Darrell 06 Brown, Decasto 77-80 Brown, Eddie 56 Brown, Eric 67-68 Brown, Ira 75

AAA-

09-10 1085 86, 87 01-03 87-90 92 75, 76 10 84-87 92 80, 81 04-07 75 88-90 75 09-12 01-05 85-88 93 06, 07 01 81 86 82 93-97 75, 76 99 90, 92, 93 07, 08 75-78 10 75-78 07, 08 93-97 98

73

- C CCCade, Cerron Caesar, Latroy Caesar, Michael Caison, Robert Calhoun, Lazarus Campbell, Colin Candeloro, Dan Cannon, Greg Canty, Lynell Cappel, Triston Carek, Edward Carey, Robert Carey, Stewart Carmichael, Anthony Carr, Neil Caroll, Andre Carrow, Randy Carter, Curtis Carter, David Carver, Tyrone Carter, Arnie Carter, David Carter, Jerome Carter, Markeyse Casey, Patrick Cauthan, Vaughn Ceravolo, Joseph “Bo” Chambers, Steve Chambers, Jerome Charles, Zacharri Chapman, Neon Chavis, Joseph Cherry, Michael Cheung, Dae-Hon Chew, Bertram Chisholm, John Chism, Earl Christopher, Tyon Clark, Claude Clark, Curtis Clayburn, Tim Claxton, Daryll Clement, Derrick Clervoix, Joshua Coates, Patrick Cobb, Akeem Coker, Adam Colbert, Mike Cole, Frank Coles, William Coleman, Gregory Coleman, Hallie Coleman, Keith Coleman, Lewis Coleman, Rashod

52 73 95, 96 95 84-87 00-02 01 04, 05 73 90 01-04 90, 91 94 70 1190, 91 67-70 91-93 51 05 09 70 98 66-70 92, 95 79-82 93 99-03 85-89 78-81 81 98-01 01-04 69-71

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALL-TIME ROSTER Dennis, Robbie Dennis, Sam Dent, William Deshields, Tim DiAngelo Diaz-Aviles, Mario Dickson, Leodis Diego, Devon Dines, Eric Dingle, Zach Dixon, Andre Dixon, Donnell Donnelly, James Donvall, Joe Dorsainvil, Rosnel Dorsey, Fred Dorval, Joseph Dorsey, Brian Dory, Jerome Douglas, Jamal Douglas, Thomas Downs, Jack Drayton, Layton Drayton, Michael Drew, Todd Dunham, Guy Dunn, Alonzo Dunn, Fabian Dunn, Nigel Dunn, Zachary Durham, Scott -EEaddy, Marcus Ebron, Charles Ebron, Gary Eddington, Ray Edmonds, James Edwards, Marcellus Edwards, Steven Egerton, Tim Elden, Kurt Elko, Nick Ellis, Chad Ellis, Mitch Ellison, Antoine Empty, Gregory Empty, Norman Epps, Eddie Essington, Sean Evans, Arthur Evans, Floyd Evans, George Evans, Michael Everett, Willie Everett, Octavius Ewing, Steve - FFFFairfax, Kennis Farmer, Roderick Felton, Corey Felton, Darren Ferguson, Lemuel Ferguson, Quentin Fields, Derrick Fields, Donald Fields, Glenn Fisher, Andre Fisher, Neil Fleming, Eugene Flickinger, Riley Folke, Matt Foote, Darrell Foraker, Dan Ford, Calvin Ford, Dave Ford, Glen Fortes, Quintin Foster, Brandon Foster, Dwayne Foster, Dylan Foster, Maurice Fountain, Derek Foust, Benjamin Francis, Andrei Francis, Michael

81 85 79, 80 73 81 10 82-85 09 84-87 91, 92 73-77 09-10 75 86-87 96-97 82-84 91 66 94-97 1175-78 84, 85 73 81-84 82-86 73 84, 85 05-09 80-82 98-01 81-84

Franks, John Frasier, Morris Fraizer, Dashawn Frazier, Keon Frazier, Lernell Freeman, Greg Freeman, Kenneth Freeman, William Freyburger, Jim Friend, Byron Frye, Anthony Fuentes, James Futrell, Melvin

- GGG Gable, Michael Gadson, Salahuddin Gaertner, Peter Gaines, Nathaniel Gaines, Palmer Gaines, Richard Galardi, Nick Gardner, Germar Garland, Nathaniel Garrett, Ken Garver, Corey Gaskins, William Gavin, Sean George, Bennie German, Ricky Gibbs, Charlie 09 71-72 Gibbs, Walter 91, 94 Gibson, Coleman 98 Gibson, Vernon 01-04 Giesler, Jarin 84-85 Gilbert, John 77 Giles, Reggie 85-89 Gilfi llian, Basil 05- 06 Gilles, Patrick 09-12 Gilmore, Clem 04-05 Glascoe, Keith 96 Glaud, Anthony 95-96 Glemser, Paul 79 Glenn, Clark 73 75-77 Glisson, Gerald 93, 94 Glover, Lige 69 Goafrey, William 03, 04 Goffigan, Randy 34 Golson, Malik 76, 77 Goodall, William 95, 96 Goodman, Earl 06, 07 Goodman, Michael 78, 80 Goodwine, Lucious Goodwyn, Recharde Gordon, Landall 82 Gordon, Shubasz 96-99 Gould, Louis 88, 90 85, 86, 88 Graham, Derrid Graham, James 70-72 Grant, Avery 08-10 86 Grant, Kelvin 77 Grassi, Giovanni 95-97 Graves, Joseph 77 Graves, Terry 03 Gray, Tim 71, 72, 75 Gray, Vada 07-09 Green, Akeem 00, 01 Green, Jadira 92 Green, Joseph 96-00 Green, Kevin 01, 02 Greenidge, David 75-77 Greene, Walter 88 Greenlea, Cordie 09-12 09 Greenwood, Tyrone 90-92 Gresham, Reshard 95 Grier, Clayton 98-01 Griffin, Chris 88 Griffin, David 79-80 Griffin, Gregory 01-04 Griffin, Lilton 77 Griffin, Tony

73 1207 03 02-03 96 73 49 88 79-81 09-10 98 66

06-09 09 04-07 86-88 70-72 99 00 99, 01 69-72 82 05 70 82 47 80 78-80 99, 00 85 66 06, 08 66-67 91, 93, 94 66 98-01 82 84 08-10 74 56 93-95 51 63 77 1255 75, 77 00 73, 75-77 01-04 71, 72 1296-98 94 96-99 08-09 06 05 02-03 78-81 82-85 81 04-07 09-10 71-72 09-10 66 57 85, 86, 88 01-03 07-08 64-66 97-98 75 71, 72 83 81

Griggs, William Grinnage, John Grogan, Dwayne Gross, Lynnard Gunter, Rodney Guy, Donel - HHH Hackley, Paul Hailey, Sim Haines, James Hairston, Air Hakanoglu, Cuneyt Halden, Donald Hale, Perry Hale, Rueben Hall, George Hall, Marvin Halstead, Raheem Halt, James Haman, Donald Hamby, Ronald Hamilton, Allen Hamilton, Andrew Hamilton, Cornell Hamiter, Uhuru Hampton, Stephon Hankerson, Charles Hanks, Kevin Hardcastle, James Harden, Zachery Hardy, Emanuel Harman, Baron Harrell, Tracey Harrington, Ernest Harris, Ahmad Harris, Andy Harris, Charles Harris, Chester Harris, Clarence Harris, Eric Harris, James Harris, Joe Harris, Joel Harris, Keith Harris, Kenya Harris, Lewis Harris, Milton Harris, Paul Harrison, Eric Harrison, Reginald Harrison-Dixon, MacAdoo Harrell, David Hart, Hutchinson Hart, Stephen Harvey, Brandon Hassell, George Hatcher, Michael Hawthorne, Robert Hayes, Norman Haygood, Corey Haynes, Steven Haynie, Ronike Haywood, Braheim Headley, Fritz Heath, Wallace Heflin, Victor Height, Derrick Henderson, Billy Henry, Dwayne Herrod, Donta Hicks, Darryl Hicks, Gary Hicks, George Hicks, J.J. Hicks, Joey Hicks, Julius Hicks, Marvin Hicks, Morris Hicks, Stanley Hill, Dennis 9 Hill, Dimitri Hill, James Hill, Kyen Hill, Nathan Hillard, Connie Hines, Elvis

06-08 60 00 82 1158

Hines, Errich Hines, Pat Hinson, John Hinson, Kelvin Hinson, Tyrone Hinton, Herman Hinton, Matt Hobbs, Mark Hogan, John 93 Hoggard, Jon 95 Hogsten, James 66-67 Holiday, Steve 98 Holland, Corey 95 Hollaway, Jashon 77 Holness, Stephen 90, 91 Hood, Charles 09-12 Hood, Ken 81 Hoover, Terrance 82 Hopkins, Stephon 96 Horace, Matthew 80, 81 Horsey, Albert 66 Horton, Darrell 76, 77 House, Robert 66 Houston, Derik 04 Houston, Lawrence 75, 76 91, 93, 94 Hovington, Ronnie Howard, Luther 07, 08 Howard, Marcus 93 Howland, Phil 98-00 Hubbard, Derrick 38 96, 98-00 Hudson, Brandon Hudson, Ernest 99 77, 79, 80 Hudson, Leonard 88, 90, 91 Hughes, David Hunt, Donald 96 Hunt, Keith 08-09 Hunter, David 88, 91 Hunter, Keith 77 Hunter, Samuel 96, 97 Hursey, John 56 Hurst, Tyron 82 Hutchins, Corey 93 Hutchins, Robert 93, 94 97 82-85 - III 90, 92 Imeokparia, Omonigho 81 Ingram, James 01, 02 Ingram, John 87 Irvin, Alphonse 90-94 Izebere, David 73, 75, 76 93-95 - JJJ 84 Jackson, Damion 50 Jackson, Don 85, 87 Jackson, Darius 10 Jackson, Eric 00 Jackson, Everett 84, 85 Jackson, Gilbert 66-71 Jackson, Greg 71, 72, 75 Jackson, Jamaal 02, 03 Jackson, Jamelle 94, 95, 97 Jackson, Nagee 00 Jackson, Omar 08-09 Jackson, Phillip 09 Jackson, Rasheed 80 Jackson, Rashon 79-82 Jackson, Richard 81 Jackson, Ron 05 Jackson, Wayne 82-85 Jackson-Bey, Donald 08 Jacobs, David 09-10 James, Charles 81-84 James, Edward 75 James, Glenn 08 James, Glenn 92 James, J.E 90 91 Jamison, Cliff 88, 90 Jarmon, Brian 90-94 Jarvis, Keith 76 Jean, Ed 96 3-96 Jefferson, John 12Jeffery, Stevie 80 Jenifer, Sam 90 Jenkins, Alex 52 Jenkins, Antoine 71, 72-77 85, 87-88

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84, 85 90-93 98 69 81 09-12 06 82 69 98-01 63, 64 81 95, 96 09 09 92-94 90, 91 84-87 05, 06 81 97-00 00 86, 87 76 77-79 98-01 71, 72 96-00 76, 77 85 06-08 02-04 70 97, 99, 00 82 09 67 1164-66 90-92 06-09 98-01 51

02-06 85 75, 76 70 09

98 82-86 08-10 08 71, 72 48 00-04 99-02 98 1295-98 75-77 96 06, 08 73 88, 90 82 95, 96 99 73 89, 90 67-70 93-95 91, 92 90, 91 91, 94, 95 00-02 02 10 73 01, 02

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALL-TIME ROSTER Jenkins, Brian Jenkins, Bryan Jenkins, Dwayne Jenkins, Lamar Jenkins, Nazir Jenson, Jon Jeter, Emmett Jiles, Henry Johnson, Andrew Johnson, Brandon Johnson, Chris Johnson, Clifton Johnson, Craig Johnson, Deon Johnson, Dion Johnson, Erik Johnson, Francis Johnson, Gregory Johnson, Gregory Johnson, Herbert Johnson, Jonathon Johnson, Kristian Johnson, Lee Johnson, Marc Johnson, Mark Johnson, Nathaniel Johnson, Reggie Johnson, Richard Johnson, Roger Johnson, Stephen Johnson, Terry Johnson, Teddy Johnson, Tim Johnson, Vaughn Johnson, Victor Jones, Albert Jones, Anthony Jones, Brian Jones, Byarie Jones, Cameron Jones, Cedric Jones, Chris Jones, Claude Jones, Craig Jones, Corey Jones, Dante Jones, Darrell Jones, David Jones, David Jones, W. Dennis Jones, Edward Jones, Erick Jones, Erik Jones, Faith Jones, Fernander Jones, Jaashawn Jones, Garfield Jones, Jamaal Jones, James Jones, Kareem Jones, Keith Jones, Odell Jones, Reggie Jones, Stephen Jones, Timmy Jones, Xavier Jones, William Jones, Will Jordan, Deno Joyner, Bruce Joyner, Johnny Judkins, Neal Justice, Henry - KKK Kaiser, Ed Kano, Marco Kappel, Franz Kargbo, Mike Kearse, Allen Keating, Jared Kebesa, Garald Keitt, Josh Kellum, Damon Kelly, Rudy Kelly, Thomas Kelly, Tyrone Kemmerlin, Ralph Kemp, Kellen

01 96 00-03 95-99 01 91, 94 55 55 75, 77 05 09-10 66-67 90-92 07 91-92 05 69 67-70 87, 88-91 81 91, 92 09 85-88 91, 92 83 48 86-88 67 82-86 08 88, 90 95-98 86 92, 94 70 01, 02 75-78 00 67-70 02-05 93-96 82-86 69 92-95 98 97-99 95-97 89, 90 02-05 92-95 69 06-09 90-93 75 99 08-10 70 05-07 71, 72 07, 08 84 73 87 92 92 1270 02, 03 86 82 76, 78-79 84-86 71, 72

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Kennard, Andre Kenner, Anthony Kern, Kenny Keys, David Kirby, DJamal King, Devin King, Eddie King, Grayland King, Jeff King, Sherman King, Stacy King, Terris King, Timothy Kirby, Djamal Kitchen, William Kobasa, Gerald Korpoi, Sam Kuti, David

- LLL Lake, Bryant Gene Lake, Jeff Lamar, Sydney Lambert, Larry Land, John Lane, Joe Lane, John Langdon, Ryan Langrell, Robert Lankford, Tim Lanovette, Dave Lawrence, Larry Layfield, Kelly Layton, Dennis Lea, Chris Leary, Solomon Lee, Bennie Lee, Gregory Lee, James Lee, Gerald Lee, Kevin Lee, Leon Lee, Mike Lee, P.J. Lee, Teon Lee, Tywan Lester, Kevin Lester, Rod Lewis, Bill Lewis, Byron Lewis, Darnell Lewis, George Lewis, Jason Lewis, Robbie Ligon, Greg Lingo, Felton Lipford, Evan Lipscomb, Frank Little, Aldrich Little, Morgan Lochner, Nick Locke, Warren Lockhart, Kimoni London, Robert Loney, Charles Lopes, Shane Lopez, Mario Lucas, Russell Lundi, Charles 90, 91 Lugollo, Andre 1080, 82-84 Luten, Walter Lyons, Ronnie 95-98 76 02, 03 70 04, 05 86, 87 71, 72 78, 81 05, 06 76, 77 06-09

- MMM MacDonald, Osborne Mack, Anthony Mack, Marvin Madric, Paul Malashevich, Bill Malloy, Ronald

06, 07 85 05 75 06-08 92-94 67 96-00 86 85, 86 86 78 78-81 04, 05 85 69-71 02-04 00

82-84 93 87 72 64-66 80, 82-84 86, 87 09-12 69 82-84 82 02-05 94, 95 75, 76 88-91 93 93-95 77, 80 84-85 90 88, 90-92 82-84 01 86 87 10-12 89 80-82 91 09-10 96-97 66-71 86-88 75 06, 09 62 04-05 82 61 61 08-09 80-82 95, 97 93-96 84-87 05 87 85 04, 05 86-88 76 70

76 93 73 70-72 95 75

Maloney, Mike Manful, Nana Manley, Danzel Manning, Ahmir Marc, Emmanuel Marshall, Marc Martin, Charlie Martin, Johnny Mason, Calvin Mason, Richard Mason, Ricky Mathis, Ron Matthews, Aaron Matthews, Rahsaan Maul, Jay Maull, Leonard Maull, Oliver Mayers, Craig Mayes, Willie McAfee, Omar McBall, Marc McBride, Cameron McBride, Shaheer McCants, Darnerian McCauley, Terrance McClain, James McClain, Kenny McClain, Shawn McCready, Clark McCormick, Reginald McCoy, Reggie McDonald, Daryl McElroy, Richard McFadden, Afumiya McFarlane, Osley McGriff, Bruce McIntosh, Helmut McKenzie, Fred McLaurin, Cory McLaurin, Craig McLean, Dana McMullian, Charles McNeil, Bernard McNeil, Derrick McQueen, Tahree McReynolds, Marchand McRoberts, Mike Medley, Karl Mendes, Joe Meredith, William Merritt, Ronald Middlebrooks, Freddie Miles, Mark Miller, Dion Miller, Ken-Won Miller, Parrish Miller, Robert Miller, Shannon Miller, Wilbert Millhouse, Jermaine Milligan, Gavin Mills, Gary Mills, Jonathan Milstead, Rod Mims, Demitrius Mims, Tommie Minault, Reginald Miner, Calvin Mirando, Tim Mitchell, Barry Mitchell, Justin Mitchell, Lonnie Mitchell, Preston Mitchell, Shahn Mitchell, Vance Mitchem, Michael Moffatt, Fred Moffett, David Moore, Ananias Moore, Andre Moore, Davon Moore, Gordon Moore, James Moore, Joseph Moore, Larrone Moore, Norman

06-09 92, 93, 95 10 05 05-06 91-92 66 07-09 77-80 99, 00 78-80 02, 04-06 92 96-00 79 71, 72 82-85 80-82 82 92, 93 90 06 04-07 96-00 91, 92 93, 95, 96 99-02 91, 92 1275, 76 07 81 70 02-04 01 82-85 94, 95 50 96 92, 93 92, 93 01 73, 75-77 05-08 09 91 71, 72 01 07-09 82 81 01-05 93, 95 95 02-06 06 75 99 59 99 87-89 66 10 88-91 88 99, 00 87-90 08-10 90 97-00 01-03 75 05 90-92 69-72 92 91 96-97 79 01 1082-84 91-94 71, 72 07-10 63-66

Moore, William Moore, Willie Monroe, Keith Monroe, Ronald Mons, Isaac Montgomery, Darius Montgomery, Lawrence Morgan, Arlington Morgan, Everett Morgan, Phil Morgan, Ray Morgan, Richard Morris, Antoine Morris, DaShaun Morris, Isaiah Morris, Richard Morris, Steve Morrison, Andrew Morrison, Jermaine Mosley, Anthony Mosley, Ben Mosely, Michael Mosley, Rick Motley, Felmon Muckle, Andrew Munson, Roy Muradymov, Nail Murphy, Cory Murry, Albert Murray, Michael Murray, William Murry, Willie

99 66 67 73 75 94 93 87-88 82-85 06-08 86 87-88 93 01, 02 95, 96 77, 81 86-90 68 08 90-91 95 03 96-97 48 88 66 09-12 1284 87-91 58 66

- NNN Napier, Kevin Neal, Derrick Neal, Nathaniel Nelson, Neil Nelson, Nick Nelson, Zwardie Nemeth, Matt Newell, Keith Newman, John Newton, Edgar Niblack, James Noel, Dean North, Mike Norville, Lennox

81 92-94 77-80 77-78 1203- 04 96-99 09-10 07-08 02 81 91-92 68-72 06-07

- OOO Obado, Esayah O‟Hara, Tom O‟Neal, Dana Olfus, Jeffery Oliphant, Sharod Oliver, Lamarr Ortiz, Nate Ortt, Nick Owens, Jasper Oyedele, Olufemi

1282 96, 97 94 02, 03 94 1299 00-02 00-03

- PPP Page, Solon 84, 85 Pakinson, Dave Palmer, Dale Palmer, Eric Palmer, Eugene Pappas, John Parham, Alfred Parke, Mike Parker, James Parker, James Parker, Omar Parkinson, David Parsley, Craig Paskins, Dan Patrick, Cedeno Patrick, Jeff Patterson, Brian Paul, William Payton, Justin Peace, Keith Pierce, Travis

85-88 70-72 85 09 03 81, 82 70 55 06, 08 93, 95-97 85 87-89 85, 87 04 92 95-97 70-72 95 84 02-05

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALL-TIME ROSTER Pearson, Randolph Pendergrass, Vince Penick, Frank Pennick, James Perkins, Jamal Perry, Alex Perry, Clay Perry, Dermont Petion, Luke Pettiford, Jamal Pharr, Emmette Pickett, Nafis Picott, Doug Pierce, Travis Pinkett, Jerome Pinkett, Scott Pittan, Ray Pitts, John Plater, Michael Plenty, Leonadus Pless, Rodney Plummer, James Plunkett, Jerome Polk, Ato Pollard, Phillip Pollard, Theodore Pollins, John Ponder, Marcus Pope, Josh Poplos, Chuck Popp, James Porcher, Jamal Postell, Jeff Potts, Alonzo Powell, Arandre Powell, Curtis, Sr. Powell, Curtis, Jr. Powell, Mark Powell, Michael Powell, Robert Powell, Willis Prather, Keevon Presbury, Robert Pressley, O‟Neal Pratt, Raymond Primas, Charles Prince, Charles Prince, Lorne Prince, Russell Proctor, Justin Pulliam, Brandon Pulliam, George Purnsley, Brandon - QQQ Queen, Steve Quiggs, Brian Quinn, Aaron - RRR Ramsey, Herbert Randall, Brian Randall, Jason Randolph, Dougie Randolph, Shaun Randolph, Stanley Redding, James Reed, Doug Reed, Paul Reese, Paxton Reeves, Russell Reid, Dorrence Render, Jerry Rendle, Mike Reynolds, Marcus Reynolds, Raphael Rheubottom, Deon Rhodes, Willie Richardson, Aaron Richardson, Zeno Richmond, Nick Riddick, Michael Riddick, Reginald Riley, Chris Riley, Conrad Riley, Daren Roach, Al 94-95

69 92-94 95-97 66 94-97 10-11, 13 96-98 94-97 06, 07 88-91 58 08-09 81 02-05 57-60 85 90, 91 58 89, 90 76, 78 98 98 01 98-01 02-05 87 93 08-10 06-08 92-94 98 10 03-05, 07 78 85-87 72-75 01-03 73 90 81 48 1284-87 85-88 51 84-87 90 88, 90-92 87 85-88 99 98, 00 08-10

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- SSS Sabir, Shadeed Sales, Trevor Sammuels, Kevin Samules, Walter Sanders, James Sanders, Marquese Santanna, Henry Saunders, Blake Saunders, Charles Saunders, Damon 98 Saunders, Norris 95 Savage, Darnell 98-00 Savage, Keith Savedge, Dennis Schenck, Edward 53 Schofield, Murdock 90-93 Scott, Cory 07-09 Scott, Kevin 65-66 Scott, Matt 95-96 Scott, Matthew 70, 73 Scudder, Greg 88-92 Sears, Chris 90-91 Sears, Gary 75 Segars, Kendall 93-95 Sehiavoni, Joe 03-07 00 Seth, Stanley 73 Sewell, Eric 10 Sewell, Vincent 02, 04-05 Seymour, Eric 09 Shaddow, Jon-Michael 01-05 Shakoor, Calvin 76, 77-80 Sharpe, Anthony 09-12 Shaw, Lamar 43 Shaw, Ron 05-09 Sheffield, Johnny 87-88 Shell, Bennie 87-91 Shepard, Dominic 88 Sheppard, William 56 91-92 Sheppard, Willie Shockley, Earnest

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- TTT Tabb, Tavis Talbert, Terrell Tallon, Brian Talor, Wayne Tanner, David Tarpley, Travis Taylor, Charles Taylor, Harley Taylor, John Taylor, Marc Taylor, Mike Taylor, Ollie Taylor, William Jason Teasley, Johnny Teel, Quincy Teel, William Tench, Bernard Tiedemann, Troy Tilghman, Dujuan Tilghman, John Thomas, Clayton Thomas, Curtis Thomas, Hargis Thomas, Henry Thomas, James Thomas, Mike Thomas, Mitchell Thompson, Anthony Thompson, Bill Thompson, Derrick Thompson, Floyd Thompson, Fred Thompson, Glenn Thompson, LeRoy Thompson, Walt Thorne, Fabian Thorne, Neville Thornton, George Thornton, James Thornton, Mitch Thornton, Rondell Threadgill, Thomas Tippens, Justin Tillison, Chris Todd, Leroy Tolliver, Barrington Tolliver, Calvin Tolson, Lenier Toppin, Orlando Toth, Michael Tribbett, Kenneth Triplett, Vester Trader, Brian Trammel, Thalamus Trotman, Shawn Trott, Curtis 84-86 Trott, Jamel Tucker, Clinton Tucker, Darren Tucker, Marlin Tullis, Walter Tumor, Lance Tunsil, Kadafi Tunstill, Tom Turner, Casper Turner, Chet Turner, Donald Turner, Harrington Turner, James Turner, Walter Tyler, Alphonso Tyler, Jonel 80, 81 Tynes, Darriel

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Wills, Toris Wills, Wooten Wilson, Chris Wilson, Chris Wilson, Justin Wilson, Ronald Wilson, Steven Wilson, Sylvester Winfield, Jason Wing, Troy Winton, Vashon Wood, Roy Woods, Richard Woodard, Andre Woodard, Raymond Woodards, Delorence Woodley, Benard Woods, Carlos Worthan, Edward Wright, Addidson Wright, Calvin Wright, Bruce Wright, Clifford Wright, Gordon Wright, Kenneth

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THIS IS DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY

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THIS IS DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY As a result, research pursuits have become a high priority at DSU. The University’s robust research activities are currently manifesting themselves in the disciplines of neuroscience, chemistry, mathematics, natural resources, optics, computer sciences among other areas. Optics is the Universitys most prolific program, having attracted more than $15 million in federal grants since 2006 for the creation of two research focuses – a Center for Research Excellence in Optical Sciences and Applications and a Center for Applied Optics for Space Science, both based at DSU. In 2011, the state of Delaware set aside $10 million towards the construction of a new Optics Research Facility on campus. Now in its 122nd year, Delaware State University is moving full steam ahead as one of the top Historically Black Universities in this new millennium by embracing today’s new technology, assuming its role as an institution of research and preparing its students for the global market. Delaware State University’s beginnings date back to 1891, when through the federal Morrill Act of 1890 and state legislation, the State College for Colored Students was established. The first classes were held in February 1892.

In November 2012, the University announced the award of a $10.5 million federal research grant to fund the establishment of the Delaware Center for Neuroscience Research, a joint project with the University of Delaware in which DSU is the lead agency. In addition, within DSU’s Department of Chemistry, a biotechnology company – OrphageniX, Inc. – develops treatments for Sickle Cell Disease. Students at DSU have a choice of 52 undergraduate majors and 25 graduate degrees. Since 2004, DSU has also established five doctoral programs – Applied Chemistry, Education Leadership, Interdisciplinary Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Physics, Neuroscience and Optics. Of the 211 faculty members among 21 academic departments, more than 92% of the faculty holds doctoral degrees while 39 have reached the rank of full professor. The student/professor ratio is a low 15:1.

The institution has since developed into a 623-acre complex and has undergone two name changes since its inception. The name was changed to Delaware State College in 1947 and Delaware State University in 1993. In addition to its main campus in the state capital of Dover, DSU has locations in Wilmington and Georgetown as well as the country of Vietnam. In addition to its traditional majors, DSU offers unique undergraduate programs in aviation, forensic biology, environmental In the institution’s history, the institution has had 10 presidents science, hospitality and tourism management, health promotion – Wesley P. Webb (1891-1895), William C. Jason (1895-1923), and movement sciences. The most popular undergraduate maDr. William S. Grossley, (1923-1942), Dr. Howard Gregg (1942 jors are mass communications, criminal justice, sport science, -1949), Dr. Oscar Chapman (1950-1951), Dr. Jerome H. Holmanagement, psychology, accounting and biology. land (1953-1960), Dr. Luna I. Mishoe (1960-1987), Dr. William B. DeLauder (1987-2003), Dr. Allen L. Sessoms (2003-2008) and Dr. Harry Lee Williams (2010-present). During DSU’s history, there have also been two acting presidents. Dr. Maurice E. Thomasson served as acting president twice (1949-1950 and 1951-1953). Dr. Claibourne D. Smith was acting president from 2008-2010. DSU is fully accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, with its most recent reaffirmation of accreditation taking place in 2012. In addition, the University’s education, social work, dietetics, nursing, hospitality and tourism programs all have national accreditations. The College of Business is internationally accredited. The academic character of the University has a heavy emphasis in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics areas (STEM).

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THIS IS DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY Over the last three years, the University has significantly increased its reach around the world through a number of international agreements abroad. During the 2012-13 school year 160 exchange students from China, Korea and Vietnam were enrolled at DSU. In addition, DSU’s Master of Business Administration Program at Vietnam National University – which was established in 2010 – has since produced 52 graduates in that Asian country.

DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEMBERS APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR TERM EXPIRES Mr. Bennie L. Smith Leroy A. Tice, Esq. Dr. Claibourne D. Smith Mr. Wesley E. Perkins Ms. Lois M. Hobbs Mr. David G. Turner Dr. Devona E. Williams The Honorable Michael N. Castle

Kent County New Castle County New Castle County Sussex County Sussex County New Castle County New Castle County New Castle County

August 25, 2012 October 17, 2014 February 18, 2016 September 1, 2016 January 11, 2017 January 26, 2018 January 25, 2018 January 31, 2019

MEMBERS APPOINTED BY THE BOARD

DSU offers 18 intercollegiate athletics programs at the NCAA Division I level. Its football, men’s and women’s basketball, softball, bowling and women’s equestrian teams have each achieved post-season national tournament bids over the last eight years, mostly the result of winning conference tournament championships or regular season titles. Most recently, the University has added women’s golf and women’s lacrosse to the its intercollegiate sports programs. The University intercollegiate sports programs are led by Candy Young, who is in her second year as the institution’s firstever female athletic director. Over the last five years, the University made significant enhancement to campus life with the completion of a $51.5 million student complex that includes a Strength and Conditioning Facility, a Wellness & Recreation Center, swimming pool and a three-story Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center.

Mr. Barry M. Granger Mr. Robert E. Buccini Mr. James Stewart Mr. José F. Echeverri, MBA Charles McDowell, Esq. Mr. John J. Allen, Jr. Mr. Mark A. Turner

New Castle County New Castle County New Castle County Kent County New Castle County Sussex County

August 31, 2014 August 31, 2016 August 31, 2016 August 31, 2018 August 31, 2018 August 31, 2019 August 31, 2019

EX-OFFICIO The Honorable Jack A. Markell Governor of the State of Delaware Dr. Harry L. Williams, President Delaware State University TRUSTEE EMERITUS Dr. A. Richard Barros, Esq. Dr. John W. Land Dr. Cora Norwood Selby

During the 2012 fall semester, DSU had a school recordenrollment of 4,425 students.

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THIS IS DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY DR. HARRY L. WILLIAMS, DSU PRESIDENT Dr. Harry L. Williams became the 10th president in the 120year history Delaware State University on Jan. 10, 2010 after serving 18 months as the institution’s provost and vice president of Academic Affairs. His selection as DSU’s president fulfills a career-long goal of Dr. Williams to lead a Historically Black College or University. Dr. Williams was formally inaugurated in Sept. 17, 2010 in a ceremony at the Memorial Hall Gymnasium on campus. Shortly after beginning his tenure as president, Dr. Williams established a Blue Ribbon Commission to craft a new vision statement and set of core value to guide the University future trajectory toward being among the premier HBCUs in the country. After a little more than four months of work, the commission completed its work and Dr. Williams approved and adopted the following. Vision

As one of America’s most highly respected Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Delaware State University will be renowned for a standard of academic excellence that prepares our graduates to become the first choice of employers in a global market, and invigorates the economy and the culture of Delaware and the Mid-Atlantic Region. Core Values Community, integrity, diversity, scholarship and outreach.

Under Dr. Williams’ leadership, DSU worked with the Delaware General Assembly to develop legislation to create a state-funded DSU Inspire Scholarship that would benefit Delaware students. The legislation passed both the state House and Senate, and it was signed into law Oct. 4, 2010 by the Gov. Jack Markell. Under Dr. Williams’ leadership as provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, the University established a new General Education Program, a Distance Education Strategic Plan and a Middle States Monitoring Report Plan. Under his provost leadership, the University successfully completed searches that led to the hiring of a new dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Science, a director of Distance Learning, a director of the Honors Program and an associate vice president for Sponsored Programs. Also during his first three years: The University achieved a school-record enrollment during each of the first three years of Dr. Williams’s tenure, beginning in the fall 2010 with a student population of 3,819 – the first time the institution exceeded the 3,800 level. The University surpassed that in the fall 2011 a student population of 4,178, breaking the 4,000-student mark for the first time, and then broke that record again in the fall of 2012 with an enrollment of 4,425. The 2012 enrollment included a record 3,955 undergraduates and a record 470 graduate students (master and doctoral students). The elevation of DSU from 17th (prior to Dr. Williams presidency) to ninth (by his fourth year) in the annual Historically Black Colleges & Universities rankings by the U.S. News & World Report (out of about 80 ranked HBCUs).

The continued expansion of the University’s research portfolio Dr. Williams’ first six months as president was met with great – particularly in the Optics and Neuroscience programs, which enthusiasm off-campus as well, in large part to his personal out- have attracted more than $25 million in grants and state capital project funding during the 10th president’s first three years reach to numerous segments – including community groups, and resulted in the developalumni, the state General Assemment of DSU’s first two inbly and Gov. Jack Markell, city and tellectual properties. ($25m county officials, the business secbreakdown: Optics Protor and others. The DSU president gram $5m grant and $10m has met with John Wilson, the exfrom state for research facility and neuroscience ecutive director of the White $10.7m grant). House Initiative of HBCUs, and even traveled to Washington, D.C. to hear directly from President Barack Obama concerning the education agenda of the nation’s chief executive and the role that Historically Black Colleges and University should play in that vision.

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THIS IS DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY DR. HARRY L. WILLIAMS, DSU PRESIDENT DSU has embarked on a dedicated effort to establish sound environmental practices on campus through its Go Green Committee. Such activities were strongly validated by the presentation of the Second Nature Leadership Award from the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment in the summer of 2011, and also led to energy upgrades that that are projected to save the University $5.3 million in energy cost over the next 20 years. In 2012, DSU received reaffirmation of its accreditation by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, assuring its accreditation until the next self-study in 2022. The University has been allocated $10 million by the state to go toward the construction of a new Optical Science Center for Applied Research (OSCAR) Building on campus.

Dr. Williams earned a Bachelor of Science in Communication Broadcasting, a Master of Arts in Educational Media, both from Appalachian State University. He earned an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis from East Tennessee State University. As an athlete, Dr. Williams competed as an undergraduate in track and cross country at Appalachian State University. He continues to stay in shape by running four miles at the beginning of each day. He is married to Dr. Robin S. Williams. They have two children: Austin, 17, and Gavin, 13.

Prior to his arrival at DSU, Dr. Williams served at the University of North Carolina General Administration as interim associate vice president for Academic Affairs beginning in September 2007 and was later elevated in March 2008 to interim senior associate vice president for Academic and Student Affairs in which he focused on access and outreach for the 17 campuses of the UNC system. He remained in that post until he became the DSU provost. Dr. Williams also progressed from an associate director to associate vice chancellor posts in the areas of academic affairs, enrollment and diversity at Appalachian State University from 1988 to 2000 and from 2004-2007. In between that tenure he served as an interim director of Admissions for North Carolina A&T University from 2000 to 2004. In addition, Dr. Williams has also served from 20022008 as a national marketing and recruitment associate consultant with Noel-Levitz, the top national consultation firm for enrollment and management solutions in the country. In that capacity, Dr. Williams provided consultation expertise to 14 different institutions of higher education, including Delaware State University.

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THIS IS DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY CANDY YOUNG, DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS Young, a former U.S. Olympic athlete, began her duties as Delaware State University's Director of Athletics on August 13, 2012. She is the first female to hold the position at DSU. Working closely with the university administration, Young immediately began to spell out a clear vision for Hornet athletics, including academic and support services for all student-athletes, fund raising, team and staff goals, facility improvements; and student, alumni, community and corporate support.

While coaching track and field, she helped lead her teams to several Big East Conference Championship titles, ECAC Conference titles, a host of Big Ten and Big East Conference Champions, NCAA All Americans, and NCAA Champions. Her Shuttle Hurdle relay team won the Championship of American title in 2000 for The Ohio State University, the only Penn Relay Championship award received by the women at The Ohio State University. Young held a position on the Executive Committee for USA Track and Field for eight years. She was also assigned to the USA Track and Field Women's Olympic team selection staff for two consecutive Olympic Games.

Young first achieved notoriety as a world class high school track star. As a high school freshman in 1977, she held two world records. That year, she gained fame by breaking the junior Olympic record, not once, but twice in the same day. The following year, she took fifth out of a field of 24 world class hurdlers at Madison Square Garden in Young has been involved in inter- New York. She became an international sensation when she broke collegiate athletics for more than 30 years, including six as head track the 60-meter hurdle record, also at MSG, with a time of 7.5 seconds. and field/cross country coach, Senior Woman Administrator (SWA), Candy was recognized by Sports Illustrated as the nation’s Most OutAssistant Athletics Director and Associate AD at Delaware State Unistanding High School Athlete in 1979. A Pennsylvania state champ in versity. her specialty each year she competed, Candy qualified for the 1980 US Olympic team but she and her teammates were unable to comAs SWA, she spearheaded several programs to help promote the adpete because of a vancement of women in athletics. In 2010, Young helped to creboycott imposed on ate the annual “Delaware Diamond Extravaganza," which recognizes the games in Moscow the contributions of Delawareans and those with ties to Delaware on by President Carter. behalf women's sports. She also served as a delegate in the MidEastern Athletic Conference, where she represented DSU in the decision making processes. She was named chairperson of the MEAC Candy maintained "Women of the Year" Committee selection process in 2010. world class status during her All AmeriDelaware State University's Kalyn Washburn (2010) and Jazmyne Hef- can career at Farleighflefinger (2012) were selected as the MEAC's Woman-of-the-Year dur- Dickinson University. ing Young's tenure at DSU. In 1982, she and Stephanie Hightower In 2011, Young was submitted as a candidate from the MEAC delegafinished in a dead heat tion to represent the conference at the national level, and received an in the 60 meter hurappointment to the Amateurism Cabinet of the National Collegiate Ath- dles, both establishing letic Association. a world indoor mark of 7.38 seconds. In Prior to joining DSU, Young was an assistant track coach at The Ohio 1984, she capped her State University, University of Pittsburgh, Seton Hall, and Fairleigh collegiate career by Dickinson. She also served as an assistant coach at the University of winning the NCAA California in Pennsylvania. Indoor Hurdles championship. Young is a 1985 graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University, where she was a four-time national collegiate champion, USA Indoor National Champion, eight-time All American and world record holder. She was a member of the inaugural FDU Athletics Hall of Fame class. Young is also a member of Beaver County and Western Pennsylvania Halls of Fame. Last July, she was honored in her hometown of Beaver Falls, Pa., at the annual Larry Bruno Circle of Achievement ceremony for her lifelong achievements. She earned her bachelor's in biological education; and received a master's in sports management from Delaware State University in 2009.

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THIS IS DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC SERVICES

Eric Hart Assoc. AD for Student Services

Sandria Johnson Academic Counselor

Harry Sanchez Academic Counselor

Patrick Casey Academic Counselor

Randy Smith Academic Counselor

The DSU Academic Enrichment Center provides Delaware State student-athletes with the very best tools necessary to meet the demanding needs and goals of today’s college athlete. The 3,500-sqaure-foot center includes computers, an area for individual tutoring as well as a spacious study lounge. Student-athletes have accessibility to the Academic Enrichment Center and the excellent staff throughout the entire year. The Academic Enrichment Program at Delaware State University is designed to be a full-service program with the goal of providing the support and services necessary to enhance the total development of the DSU student-athlete.

The program is focused on the unique needs and demands of student-athletes at DSU and fosters the cultivation of skills that allow for the development of potential in the classroom, on the field and for the future. In addition to the emphasis on the classroom and academic success, the Academic Enrichment Program provides support and programming in the areas of career development, community service, personal development and leadership. The athletic success of our student-athletes is supported through our coaching staffs as well as the various support staffs provided for them, including the strength and conditioning staff, athletic training staff, facilities staff and the equipment room staff. In addition, programming in the areas of nutrition, performance enhancement, leadership development, sports agents and gambling, ethical behavior, sportsmanship and amateurism are provided throughout the academic year.

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THIS IS DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC SERVICES DSU Football 2012-13 MEAC Scholars

DSU AGAIN TOPS MEAC SCHOLAR-ATHLETE LIST A total of 115 Delaware State University student-athletes have been honored by the MidEastern Athletic Conference for their work in the classroom. The Hornet athletes are among 902 from the 13 MEAC schools named to the 2013 Commissioner’s All-Academic Team, which honors non-freshmen student-athletes with a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or higher. Delaware State’s 115 MEAC scholar-athletes ranked first among league schools during the 2012-13 academic year, marking the sixth time in the last seven years that the Hornets have held the honor. Listed below are DSU's 2012-13 Commissioner's All-Academic Team members (by sport): Women: BASKETBALL Ashely Davis (WBB, Integrated Studies), Kianna D’Oliveria (WBB, Criminal Justice), Deanna Harmon (WBB, Mathematics), Crystal Pitt (WBB, Social Work), Alexis Thornton (WBB, Movement Science), Morgan Woodruff (WBB, Mass Communication), BOWLING Victoria Bush (WBO, Studio Art), Crystal Connelly (WBO, Nursing), Jeniffer Creno (WBO, Mass Communication), Courtney Davis (WBO, Undecided), Ashlen Kuhar (WBO, Criminal Justice), Noe’l Walker (WBO, Political Science),

Ernest Adjei Community Health

Josh Bailey Sport Management

Justin Brewton

Brandon Cunningham Criminal Justice

Physics/Engineering

Management

Marlon Kelly Management Inf. Systems

Robert King Criminal Justice

Sport Administration

CHEERLEADING Ashley Baldwin(CHR, Textiles/Apperis), Melodi Baldwin (CHR, Management), Raveen Boykins (CHR, Political Science), Breyana Brady (CHR, Management), Jasmine Jackson (CHR, Mass Communication), Megan Merine (CHR,Education), Alexis Saunders (CHR, Management), Shyneika Taylor (CHR, Criminal Justice), Ayanna Williams (CHR, Mass Communication), Khaleah Williams (CHR, Studio Art), EQUESTRIAN Alyssa Berfield (WEQ, Finance & Banking), Jere Hutson (WEQ, Agriculture), Krystal SaintJames (WEQ, Movement Science), Mackenzie Trueba (WEQ, Studio Art), Lauren Voss (WEQ, Agriculture), LACROSSE Erin Chance (WLA, Mass Communication), Cris Glen (WLA, Computer Science), Sierra Harris (WLA, Physics), Kim Jivers (WLA, Psychology),

Mike Davis

Rodney Gunter

SOCCER Kaitlyn Corder (WSO, Biology), Taylor Melton (WSO, Nursing), Darcy Pelz-Butler (WSO, Physical Education), Kelly Piez-Butler (WSO, Wildlife Management), Jeanette Salgado (WSO, Movement Science), Kaitlyn Schech (WSO, Foods & Nutrition), Theresa Wappett (WSO, Movement Science), Candace Wyre (WSO, Elementary Education), SOFTBALL Kelsey Doherty (WSB, Special Education), Samantha Gross (WSB, Math Education), Kelsey Lewis (WSB, Early Childhood Education), Stephanie Martello (WSB, Psychology), Rachel Meagley (WSB, Hospitality & Tourism), Leslie Pleasanton (WSB, Elementary Education), Stephanie Sarris (WSB, English), TRACK & FIELD/CROSS COUNTRY Chalsea Clark (WTK, Management), Ketsia Domevil (WTK, Marketing), Calisa Emerson (WTK, Business Administration) Tracey Fan Fan (WTK, Nursing), Marla Gwengi (WTK, Middle Grades Educations), Alisha Jones (WTK, Sports Administration), Tiffani Savage (WTK, Criminal Justice), Brianna Tilghman (WTK, Movement Science), Schanea Ward (WTK, Social Work), T’Nay Williams (WTK, Textiles/Apperels), Mariah Wilson (WTK, Biology), Kristina Aleksic (WTE, Economics) MEN BASEBALL Justin Allen (MBA, Nursing), Nic Arrue (MBA, Integrated Studies), Joseph Babuca (MBA, Integrated Studies), Peter Broehi (MBA, Movement Science), Bobby Brown (MBA, Nursing), Zach Candeloro (MBA, Physical Education), Jordan Elliott (MBA, Sport Administration), Elliott Gardner (MBA, Movement Science), Ryan Haas (MBA, Physical Education), Derek Marshallsea (MBA, Sport Management), Matt McClain (MBA, Movement Science), Aaron Nardone (MBA, Sport Management), Eddie Sorondo (MBA, Sport Management), Chad Sturgeon (MBA, Physical Education),

Marco Kano Physics/ Pre-Engineering)

Ryan Langdon Criminal Justice

Davon Moore Physical Education

Cory Scott Education

Lamar Shaw Accounting

Aaron Richardson Criminal Justice

BASKETBALL Brandon Oliver (MBB, Management Information Systems TRACK & FIELD/CROSS COUNTRY Jesse Allen (MTK, Political Science), Amir Armstrong (MTK, Management), Stephen Bowe (MTK, Accounting), Andre Henry (MTK, Accounting), Kavaughn Laviea (MTK, Business Administration), Kuentin Smart (MTK, Airway Science), Jason Smith (MTK, Movement Science)

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THIS IS DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY SPORTS MEDICINE The Delaware State University Sports Medicine Department's primary objective is to provide the highest quality of care to our student-athletes. We accomplish this through education, risk management and prevention of athletic injury. Secondly, we provide clinical evaluation, diagnosis and referrals. Finally, with effective immediate care, treatment, rehabilitation, and reconditioning of injuries, we ensure proper recovery and return to play. Our Sports Medicine staff strives to ensure that our student-athletes are provided with proper direction and counseling in all areas of physical, emotional and mental well-being. The team physicians have appointment times Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings and our orthopedic surgeon has weekly office hours on Wednesday evenings. All appointments can be scheduled through the Sports Medicine Department and Athletic Training Staff.

Athletic Training Staff Lori Leary, MS, ATC/LAT, MSM, PES Director of Sports Medicine/Head Athletic Trainer Football, Cheerleading, Equestrian, Women's Lacrosse, Women's Tennis lleary@desu.edu 302-857-7552

Casey Cooper, MS, ATC/LAT Associate Athletic Trainer Women's Soccer, Men's Basketball, Cross Country, Bowling ccooper@desu.edu 302-857-7987 Athena DeAngelis, MS, ATC/LAT Assistant Athletic Trainer Volleyball, Women's Basketball, Baseball adeangelis@desu.edu 302-857-7988 Chris Hallberg, MAT, ATC/LAT Assistant Athletic Trainer Football, Track & Field, Softball, Golf challberg@desu.edu 302-857-7544 Brandon Johnson, ATC/LAT Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer Football, Lacrosse, Cheerleading bjohnson@desu.edu 302-857-7986 Sports Medicine Clinic Staff Dr. Bradley C. Bley, DO - Head Team Physician Dr. Matthew K. Voltz, DO - Team Physician Dr. Lawrencce Piccioni, MD - Team Orthopedic Surgeon Shari Tenner, RN/BSN - Clinical Nurse Manager Sue Collison - Medical Office Assistant Delaware State University Sports Medicine Department Memorial Hall 1200 N. DuPont Highway Dover, DE 19901 302-857-7554 (p)

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING

Delaware State University student-athletes benefit from a firstrate strength and conditioning facility. The first phase of DSU’s $50 million Strength and Conditioning/Wellness Center/Student Union opened during the fall of 2008. A dedication ceremony for the facility was attended by local and state officials, and former Delaware State student-athletes, including Philadelphia Eagles starting center Jamal Jackson and former NFL standout Darnerien McCants. The strength and conditioning center is a 17,000 square feet, state-of-the-art complex with all the amenities of a major college facility. The center is connected to the north end of the Memorial Hall main gymnasium, and is solely for use by DSU student- athletes. The facility includes a strength and conditioning area, laundry room, offices for conditioning coaches and locker rooms for men’s and women’s basketball. The center also features a twostory entry and lobby, ticketing area and 9,000 square feet of open strength and conditioning space. Delaware State also features a state-of-the-art two-story wellness center specifically for the general student population and the public. The facility includes two full basketball/volleyball courts, as well as offices, concession space, women’s and men’s locker rooms and a swimming pool. The second floor includes a fitness and weight training area (featuring mainly Nautilus equipment), and a track that runs through the fitness and weight training area, and above the courts.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL ALUMNI STADIUM

ALUMNI STADIUM Home of the DSU football team, Alumni Stadium was constructed in 1980 and has hosted nearly 165 Hornet football contests. Delaware State holds an 93-72 -0 record all-time at the stadium. Alumni Stadium hosted it’s first-ever Thursday night game during the 2007 season, when DSU defeated Bethune-Cookman, 24-10, in front of a national audience (ESPNU). Renovations took place with the installation of lights in the winter of 2005 and the addition of artificial turf during the spring of 2006. DSU’s first-ever victory at the stadium was an 8-6 win over the District of Columbia on Sept. 20, 1980. The school’s most-lopsided victory came during the 2006 campaign with a 62-0 thrashing of Concord (W.Va.) on Nov. 4. Alumni Stadium also serves as the home for DSU women’s soccer and both men’s and women’s track teams. In addition, the stadium is the site of the annual Delaware Division I & II High School Championship football games.

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Alumni Stadium Facts Completed: September 1980 First Game: September 6, 1980 vs. Salisbury State First Victory: September 20, 1980 (8-6 win over District of Columbia) Most Decisive Win: 62-0 vs. Concord (W.Va.) (Nov. 4, 2006) Most Points Scored: 66 (vs. Lock Haven, Sept. 3, 1996) Capacity: 7,000 Playing Surface: Artificial A-Turf Alumni Stadium Record: 93-72-0

Top 10 Attendances 12,000 8,500 7,800 7,522 7,500 7,230 7,100 7,000

10/27/84 10/5/85 10/29/88 11/7/87 9/3/88 10/26/91 10/23/82 10/15/83

Central State Bethune-Cookman South Carolina State North Carolina A&T Florida A&M Morgan State Virginia State North Carolina A&T

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL DSU Athletics Facilities Alumni Stadium (Football, Track & Field, Women’s Soccer, Lacrosse) Home of the DSU football team, Alumni Stadium was constructed in 1980 and has been witness to 150 Hornet football contests. Renovations took place with the installation of lights in the Winter of 2005 and the addition of artificial turf during the Spring of 2006. Alumni Stadium also serves as the home for DSU women’s soccer and both men’s and women’s track teams. In addition the stadium is the site of the annual Delaware Division I & II High School Championship football games.

Gambler’s Choice (Equestrian) Gambler's Choice Equestrian Center features an 18 stall barn and a 10 stall barn, with 3 tack stalls and a wash stall with hot water. On-site laundry room, heated lounge, and bathroom. All stalls include sliding doors and all have rubber mats. Both indoor and outdoor arenas feature elevated judges stands, along with a on-site PA system for events. Gambler’s Choice has a 100' x 200' clear span indoor arena allows for all weather riding and a 150' x 300' outdoor sand arena. As the home of the DSU Hornets Equestrian Team, the facility is equipped for Western and English riding.

The Hornets’ Nest (Softball) The Hornets’ Nest has been the home field of the Delaware State University softball team since 1993. The Dimensions are 220’ down the lines and 225’ in centerfield. The surface is DiamondTex/Turface and it has seating for 300. The Hornets Nest also has a picnic area, press box, bull bens, batting cages, irrigation and lights.

Memorial Hall (M & W Basketball, Volleyball) Constructed in 1982, Memorial Hall Gymnasium has been home to DSU’s men’s and women’s basketball programs for over three decades. The facility was christened by the men’s basketball team on December 7, 1982 with a 96-92, double-overtime victory over U.S. International. Since then, the facility has been a part of many exciting men’s and women’s contests. It is also the home of the DSU volleyball team.

Soldier Field (Baseball) Home to the Delaware State baseball team, Soldier Field has hosted Hornet’s baseball since 1958. The Dimensions are 320’ down the lines 365’ in the left-field gap, 355’ in the right-field gap and 380 in centerfield. Prior to the start of the 2009 season, the left-field fence was extended to a height of 20’.

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DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL THIS IS DOVER/Kent County EVENTS Dover Downs International Speedway hosts two NASCAR Sprint Cup/ Nationwide Series race weekends each year. Dover has the largest seating capacity (140,000 seats) of any sports facility between New York and the Carolinas. The “Monster Mile” has challenged many professional drivers as they compete for the checkered flag. The concrete track with 24 degree banking is the first and only concrete superspeedway in NASCAR history, providing awesome racing action. NASCAR weekends at Dover are typically scheduled for the first weekend in June and the fourth weekend in September. Qualifying takes place on Friday, Nationwide Series drivers race on Saturday, and the Sprint Cup stars race on Sunday. Dover Downs, along with nearby Harrington Raceway, also features top flight harness racing. The Old Dover Days Festival has existed in one form or another in the capital city since 1933. It is held on The Green and Legislative Mall, two beautiful outdoor parks in the historic downtown district. Traditional elements and new components bring in thousands of visitors each year with attendance reaching 15,000. Old Dover Days is a celeVisitors to Kent County, Delaware are pleasantly surprised by the vari- bration of the First State’s Capital City and features a parade, mayety of historical and cultural attractions, beautiful farmland and coastal pole dancing, food court, re-enactors, walking tours, free entertainscenery, and curious mix of old traditions and modern high-tech culment and much more. ture. In Kent County, visitors can find Amish buggies on city streets, delicate shorebirds and giant C-5 Galaxy military cargo planes, quiet The Amish Bike Tour, African-American Festival, Delmarva Folk Festimuseums and exciting NASCAR races, arts and antiques, Colonial val, Jazz & Blues Festival, Diamond State BBQ Championship and history, slots and harness racing. Wyoming Peach Festival are other events that bring thousands to Dover, the capital of the First State, invites you to experience life in a small American city – history, tax-free shopping and ambiance, all in a clean safe and friendly environment. You can spend the day shopping or strolling the quaint tree-line streets to take in the city’s historic architecture, and spend the evenings at the theater or trying your luck at a gaming facility. The capital city is also known world wide as the home of Dover Air Force Base and Dover Downs International Speedway. You can step back in time, literally, by standing on the very corner where in 1787, delegates to Delaware’s Constitutional Convention ratified the U.S. Constitution – thus giving Delaware its “First State” moniker. The area’s collection of small towns as well as the natural beauty of places such as Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, provide hours of fun and adventure for visitors of all ages.

Central Delaware each year. ATTRACTIONS Dover Air Force Base is important to the country’s defense, as it represents one-fourth of the nation’s strategic airlift capacity. Approximately 7,000 people are stationed at the DAFB. Dover is home to 36 giant C-5 Galaxy cargo planes, which are used to transport troops and equipment wherever they are needed around the world. The C-5 is the largest airplane in the U.S. military. Each plane is nearly as long as a football field, and could carry 6 motor coaches in its hold. The base cargo terminal known as the “Superport” is the largest anywhere in the US military, processing more tons of cargo than Kennedy airport in

Dover’s central location in Delaware makes Kent County the perfect place for regional meetings and conventions, and a great overnight destination for tours of the state. Wilmington and the Brandywine Valley attractions are only one hour's drive to the north. Delaware's beach resorts, including Lewes, Bethany, and Rehoboth, are only one hour's drive to the south. Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C. are all within a two-hour drive. Kent County puts you right in the middle of the charm and excitement of "America at its Best."

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The Air Mobility Command (AMC) Museum on the DAFB has over 24 aircraft on display, and features more multi-engine aircraft than the National Air & Space Museum in Washington, DC. Veteran aircraft on display include a C-47 “Gooney Bird” that dropped paratroopers over Normandy on D-Day, and the world’s only-remaining C-54M that flew coal into Berlin during that city’s blockade by the Soviet Union. See everything from a massive four engine jet “Starlifter” that you can climb aboard to Vietnam veteran C-7 and C-123 Transports. Check out the Delta Wing F-106 fighter or the P-51 from WWII. Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge is a 16,000-acre haven along the Delaware Bay coast east of Smyrna, with salt marshes, ponds, fields, and forests. Visitors come from all over the world to see the variety of migratory shorebirds and waterfowl that stop to feed at the refuge, an important feeding stop on the Atlantic Flyway.

OUTDOOR ACTIVITES The Delaware Bay, just East of Dover, offers some of the best fishing and crabbing in the region. The bay serves as a breeding ground for many aquatic species, including horseshoe crabs. The bay is also a prime oyster ground. The area also features first-rate golf courses, bike trails, scenic paths, boating, state parks, conservation areas, lakes and greenways. ARTS & CULTURE The Greater Dover is rich in arts & cultural activities. The Schwartz Center for the Arts, of which Delaware State University is a partner, is one of the premier performing arts venues in the state. From live performances, films and special events, to meetings and receptions, the Schwartz Center offers something for all tastes. The Dover Arts League is a nonprofit organization created to promote and support the arts of Dover and Kent County through art education and provide opportunities for artists to display and sell their work. The Dover Symphony Orchestra is a regional organization founded in 1967 and comprised of professional and amateur musicians of all ages. The Johnson Victrola museum is a tribute to Delaware's native son, Eldridge Reeves Johnson, who founded the Victor Talking Machine Company in 1901. Exhibits in-

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