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BRONCOS INTERVIEWS For all non-game interviews please contact Adrian Ferguson, Sports Information Director at least 24 hours prior to desired time. Post-game interview requests should be arranged through the Sports Information Office within five minutes of the contest’s conclusion.

consents to the reasonable inspection of his or her person and property before entering the venue and/or during an Event.

At the conclusion of the contest, players and coaches are available for interviews at their respective dressing rooms or at a designated press area 10-minutes after a “cooling off” period.

Bearer assumes all risks incidental to the performance by the Bearer of Bearer’s services in connection with the Events and assumes all risks incidental to the Events, whether occurring before, during or after the actual playing of the Events, and agrees that the NCAA, its member institutions, and their respective employees, directors, officers, student-athletes, coaches, and contractors shall not be liable for injuries or loss of personal property or equipment connection therewith.

POST-GAME PACKETS Final game statistics will be available approximately 10 minutes following the game.

POST-GAME SERVICES A copier and fax machine are available in Capel Arena, third floor, located in the Sports Information Office, on a first-come, first-serve basis. As a service to the visiting media and sports information directors, the Sports Information office will fax and/or e-mail box scores to media if provided the necessary information. Priority will be given to local media outlets. PRESS ROW PASSES Press row arrangements must be made through the Sports Information Office at least 24 hours in advance of the desired game. As seating is limited on press row, space will be provided on a first come, first serve basis. RADIO BROADCAST All requests for broadcasts must be arranged through the Sports Information Office at least two weeks in advance. When there is more than one request received for the same game, priority will be given to the radio station that regularly broadcasts the visiting team’s game. All arrangements for telephone lines are the responsibility of the visiting schools radio station. MEDIA CREDENTIALS Each individual (“Bearer”) using this credential for access to any NCAA championship game or related events including, without limitation a practice, press conference, interview, or other activity associated with such NCAA championship (the “Events”), on behalf of his or her employer or assigning news organization (“Employer”), agrees to the following: Each Bearer must be and hereby represents that he or she is acting on a specific assignment for an accredited media agency and has a legitimate working function in conjunction with the Event attended. The credential is not transferable and may be revoked at any time with or without cause. The rights and privileges granted to Bearer shall automatically terminate if any term of this credential shall be breached. The unauthorized use of this credential subjects the Bearer and his or her Employer to ejection from the facility and prosecution for criminal trespass, without limiting any other rights and remedies at law or in equity. Bearer shall display the issued credentials at all times and

Bearer further agrees to release the NCAA and all persons and educational institutions involved in the management or production of the competition from any claim or liability arising from failure to provide space for telecasting/broadcasting, or other facilities for the television/radio station, Internet media, network, cable system, or other media entity.

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PRE-GAME NOTES The media may obtain game-day information, including notes and statistics for both teams, at press row tables. Media members wishing to receive a faxed copy of the game-day notes prior to arriving at the game should contact the Sports Information Office at (910) 672-1254.

While within the venue, Bearer shall, at all times, adhere to the policies in place for the Event, as well as access limitations, and direction provided by the NCAA and its designated agents.

In the event that the name or likeness of the Bearer is included in any broadcast, telecast, photograph, film, video or other media taken in connection with the Events, the Bearer grants the NCAA the non-exclusive, transferable, perpetual right and license to use (and to sub-license the use of) such name and likeness in any media worldwide whether now known or thereafter devised. Bearer agrees to indemnify the NCAA and save harmless the NCAA, its officers, agents, contractors, employees, and each of its member institutions, their officers, agents and employees, of and from any and all claims, demands, causes of actions, liabilities, damages and expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) arising out of anything done or purported to have been done by Bearer or his/her Employer, including but not limited to Bearer’s breach of any term of the credential. With respect to any claim that might give rise to liability of the Bearer as an indemnitor, the NCAA shall: (a) have the right to fully participate in the litigation of such claim with counsel selected by Bearer and approved by the NCAA at the sole expense of the Bearer; and (b) not be obligated, without their consent, to participate in any settlement of such claim.


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quick facts MEDIA INFORMATION Asst. AD/Media Relations ............................. Adrian Ferguson Office........................................................ (910) 672-1254 Fax:.......................................................... (910) 672-1241 E-mail ................................................afergus1@uncfsu.edu Assistant Director ........................................................TBA Office........................................................ (910) 672-2493 E-mail ........................................................................TBA Mailing Address ............................................... FSU Department of Athletics ........................................................ 1200 Murchison Road ....................................................... Fayetteville, NC 28301 Website ............................................ www.FSUBroncos.com Twitter .......................................................... @fsubroncos

UNIVERSITY QUICK FACTS Location ........................................... Fayetteville, NC 28301 Founded ................................................................... 1867 Enrollment............................................................... 6,632 Conference ............................................................... CIAA Affiliation.................................................. NCAA Division II Nickname ............................................................. Broncos Colors ..................................................... Lilly White & Blue Chancellor ........................................ Dr. James A. Anderson Athletic Director .....................................Dr. Edward McLean Administrative Assistant ................................... Diane Porter Athletic Department .................................... (910) 672-1314

STADIUM INFORMATION Facility ................................... Luther “Nick” Jeralds Stadium Capacity .................................................................. 6,600 Surface ....................................................... Artificial Grass Ticket Manager ........................................ Antoinette Fairley Facility Manager .......................................Miguel Justinianio Game Operations Manager ...........................Adrian Ferguson

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FOOTBALL HISTORY First Year Of Football .....................................NCAC 1934; EIAC 1940; CIAA 1954 Years In Postseason Play ...................................... Three (3) ......................................................... (2002, 2004, 2009) Last Postseason Appearance ....................................... 2009 ............................................................. NCAA DII Playoffs .........................................Cal U. Pennsylvania 42, FSU 13

TEAM INFORMATION 2012 Record ............................................................... 2-8 2012 CIAA Record ....................................................... 1-6 2012 Non-Conference Record ........................................ 1-2 2012 Home Record ...................................................... 2-3 2012 Away Record ....................................................... 0-5 Base Offense ......................................................... Spread Base Defense ........................................................ Mulitple Lettermen Returning/Lost .......................................... 50/10 Starters Returning/Lost ...............................................16/6

2012 FOOTBALL RESULTS Date Opponent Sept. 1 at N.C. Central Sept. 8 at UNC Pembroke Sept. 15 Virginia Union Sept. 22 Elizabeth City St. Sept. 29 at Chowan Oct. 6 at Shaw Oct. 13 Johnson C. Smith Oct. 20 at St. Augustine’s Oct. 27 Livingstone (HC) Nov. 3 Winston-Salem St.

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2013 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Sept. 7 Virginia State Sept. 14 UNC Pembroke Sept. 21 Virginia Union Sept. 28 Elizabeth City St. Oct. 5 Chowan Oct. 12 Shaw Oct. 19 Johnson C. Smith Oct. 26 St. Augustine’s Nov. 2 Livingstone Nov. 9 Winston-Salem St.

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Score 34-51 21-31 28-17 13-20 3-27 28-45 18-35 28-34 47-29 8-41

Attend. 9077 4024 2102 2967 682 2032 3173 2500 3705 3732

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FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF Head Coach ........................................... Lawrence Kershaw Alma Mater, Year .................................. Virginia State, 1995 Record At FSU (Yrs.) ..................................0-0 (1st Season) Career Record (Yrs.) ..................................0-0 (1st Season) Football Office ............................................ (910) 672-1648 E-mail ................................................lkersha1@uncfsu.edu Best Time To Reach .........................................Through SID Assistant Coaches Offensive Coordinator/QBs/WRs ....................Calvin Randall Running Backs .............................................. Aaron Taylor Defensive Coordinator ................................Errick Hargrove Inside LBs/Special Teams.............................. David Bowser Outside LBs .................................................Theron Jones Defensive Line ......................................... Antonio Wallace Graduate Assistant .....................................Justin Manning Student Assistant .......................................Carlos Addison FOOTBALL SUPPORT STAFF Assistant AD/Business ............................. Dr. LaWanda Miller Assistant AD/Dev./Marketing .............................Kevin Wilson Assistant AD/Compliance ................................Camelia Blake Faculty Athletic Rep. .................................. Dr. Perry Massey Academic Coordinator ..................................................TBA Director of Sports Medicine .............................Carlitta Moore Assistant Athletic Trainer ......................................Mita Patel Assistant Athletic Trainer ..................................... Erin Dowd Recruiting Coordinator ...................................Calvin Randall Video Coordinator ...........................................Theron Jones Strength & Conditioning .............................. Antonio Wallace


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The history of Fayetteville State University began in 1867 when seven black men paid $140 for a lot on Gillespie Street and formed themselves into a self-perpetuating board of trustees to maintain the property as a site for a school. Funds from the U.S. Freedmens Bureau were used to erect a building on this site. The institution was named the Howard School, in honor of General O.O. Howard, director of the bureau.

The mission of the Fayetteville State University intercollegiate athletics program is to bring positive recognition to the University through programs built on concepts such as excellence, integrity, and enthusiasm. The mission is integral to the university’s educational mission and operates under the principals of amateur athletics and fair play, as established by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).

In 1877, by an act of the North Carolina Legislature, provisions were made to establish normal schools for educating both black and white teachers. It was thought that the $2,000 appropriated for the education of black teachers could be most effectively used if given to an established school. At that time the Howard School had been in existence for 10 years and was therefore designated a teacher-training institution, its name changed by legislative act to the State Colored Normal School.

The Department of Athletics provides equitable opportunities and support for male and female students to participate in intercollegiate athletics and to compete successfully in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA).

One early leader of the school was Charles W. Chesnutt who was chosen to head the institution in 1880. A prominent writer of fiction and a lawyer, he served as chief administrator for three years. Dr. Ezekiel Ezra Smith followed him as principal, beginning a fifty-year association with the school. During this time Dr. Smith served for a period as US consul-General in Liberia and Adjutant of the Third North Carolina Volunteer Infantry during the war with Spain. The school had no permanent home for 30 years until, under Dr. Smith’s guidance; funds were raised to purchase 50 acres of land on Murchison Road. When Dr. Smith retired in 1933, the institution had grown to include 92 acres of land, eight brick buildings, and several cottages. The school has been fortunate in the quality and energy of its leaders. In 1939 the institution became a four-year college, and in 1960 it became a member of the Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. The dream of seven black men in 1867 was culminated on July 1, 1972, when Fayetteville State became part of the University of North Carolina system. Fayetteville State University’s enrollment has increased rapidly in the past few years. The University has already reached the 2008 projection of more than 6,000 students. A $45.5 million campus construction and renovation campaign is underway to accommodate additional students.

All activities hold paramount the academic, personal and physical welfare of the student-athlete, and emphasize physical fitness, self-discipline, teamwork, leadership, and the highest standards of ethics, sportsmanship and personal performance.

Student-athletes are representative of the general student population and are afforded similar opportunities and treatment. Programs, staff and facilities reflect the excellence of the institution and contribute to the quality of campus life.

Fayetteville State is considered to have a few of the best athletic facilities in Division II Athletics. The Luther “Nick” Jeralds Football Stadium sports an installed synthetic turf field. FSU is the first school in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association to install synthetic turf and the first Historically Black College and University (HBCU), as well as the first in North Carolina, to install the advanced GameDay Grass 3D synthetic turf. The Felton J. Capel Arena is the home site for basketball and volleyball games. The Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Building boasts a 4,000-seat basketball arena, a volleyball court, an indoor walking track, an aerobics studio, racquetball courts, outdoor tennis courts, weight rooms, and an Olympic sized swimming pool. The complex boasts four tennis courts with lights.


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Fayetteville State University (FSU) is a member of the prestigious University of North Carolina System. Situated in southeastern North Carolina, FSU prides itself in being in one of the most diverse cities in the country and neighbor to one of the nation’s largest military installations – Fort Bragg. FSU has a rich history that serves as genesis for its current status as a leading institution of higher learning. A year after the Civil War ended, the Phillips School provided primary education to Fayetteville’s black citizens, and the Sumner School provided intermediate education for this population. The two schools were consolidated

of the world’s business programs have earned AACSB accreditation. Receipt of this distinguished accreditation provides evidence that FSU’s School of Business and Economics has established itself as a leader among business schools. Additionally, the Master of Business Administration program has been cited by U.S. News and World Report and The Princeton Review as one of the best graduate business school programs in the country. The Department of Criminal Justice is accredited by the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS). FSU’s criminal justice program is the only such program in North Carolina to hold ACJS certification.

in 1869 and dedicated in April of that year as the Howard School, in honor of the Freedman’s Bureau chief General O.O. Howard. Seven prominent African-American men pooled $136 to purchase two lots for the first building that housed the Howard School. Robert Harris was named the first principal of the Howard School. In 1877, the Howard School became not just the first public normal school for African Americans in North Carolina but also the first state-sponsored institution for the education of African-American teachers in the South. It was renamed the State Colored Normal School in Fayetteville that year, Fayetteville State Teachers College in 1939, Fayetteville State College in 1963, and Fayetteville State University in 1969. While FSU’s roots are as a teacher education institution, it now offers nearly 70 degrees at the baccalaureate, masters and doctoral levels. Many of the programs are accredited by the top agencies. The university’s School of Business and Economics is endorsed by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). AACSB is one of the most prestigious and rigorous accrediting bodies for business programs in higher education. Currently, less than one-third of U.S. business programs and only 15%

FSU is rapidly becoming a center for research and technology. In spring 2010, the university, in conjunction with The University of North Carolina at Pembroke, cut the ribbon on the Southeastern North Carolina Regional Microanalytical and Imaging Center. The center is home to the electron microprobe, an advanced imaging tool that magnifies objects up to 300,000 times, and it is one of just 16 of its kind in the world. FSU is a partner in the community. The institution has formulated a strong relationship with the local municipality and with civic and social organizations in the area. The institution enjoys its partnership with its military neighbors. In the coming years, as a result of Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC), Fort Bragg will be home to more than 50,000 soldiers and some of the nation’s top military brass. To address their educational needs, FSU has implemented a degree in intelligence studies with plans to offer more academic programs with the military in mind. Students who come to FSU know they will be learning in a nurturing environment from some of the top scholars in their respective fields. As they matriculate, they know their degrees will prepare them to be 21st century global scholars, change agents, and contributing members of society.


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Fayetteville State University • 1200 Murchison Road • Fayetteville, NC 28301 • 910.672.1111 • www.uncfsu.edu

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES FSU has a long history of empowering people through education and the faculty and staff in the College of Arts and Sciences are proud to carry on that tradition. We offer high quality programs in an inclusive and nurturing environment. Our college is populated with faculty and staff who are dedicated to meeting the needs of students. We all contribute to the educational process as we fully embrace the student-focused mission of Fayetteville State University. We also take great pride in both our staff’s technical skills and their commitment to customer service.

strategies. Our plan is to continue to develop new programs, which best serve the needs of our students and the people of southeastern North Carolina. We want to make a high-quality college education more accessible through such efforts as dual enrollment programs and articulation agreements with North Carolina Community Colleges and the expansion of our course offerings online and through distance learning.

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

Our College leads the way at Fayetteville State University in online degree programs and dual enrollment agreements with North Carolina Community Colleges. All of us in CAS take great pride in fully embracing the student-focused mission at FSU.

Welcome to the School of Education at Fayetteville State University, where we have maintained continued accreditation from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) since 1954. If fact, the university began its proud history as a teacher’s college. Our commitment is to prepare highly qualified teachers and other school personnel through the development, administration, supervision, and evaluation of the programs we offer. The School of Education is home to four departments: Educational Leadership; Elementary Education; Health, Physical Education, and Human Services; and Middle Grades, Secondary, and Special Education. The 13 BS, 10 M. Ed., the MSA, and the Ed. D programs offered in these departments are designed to prepare professionals who are scholars and facilitators of learning. All teacher education programs are approved by the North Carolina State Board of Education.

We have a number of vibrant and expanding programs, on the cutting edge of technology and teaching

The School enjoys a proud heritage of preparing professionals who are sensitive and responsive to the

The College of Arts and Sciences was reconstituted on February 1st 2008 and it is the largest academic unit at the university, consisting of over 220 faculty and 80% of all declared majors at FSU. The College includes the Departments of Natural Science, Performing and Fine Arts, Nursing, English and Foreign Languages, Psychology, Social Work, Criminal Justice, Sociology, Math and Computer Science, and Government and History, as well and the Math and Science Education Center, Air Force ROTC, Army ROTC, and Special Programs.


diverse needs of students, parents, and the community. Graduates from our programs are employed throughout the state and nation. Our education alumni demonstrate that they have the knowledge, skills, and disposition to be effective P-16 practitioners and are able to teach diverse populations in a variety of educational settings.

and to ensure that all post-baccalaureate degree and non-degree programs offered in the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Business and Economics, and the School of Education are of the highest quality. We are committed to excellence in teaching, research, and service and to preparing our graduates to lead meaningful and productive lives as agents of change in shaping the future of America and the world.

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS

The Graduate School offers one doctoral degree (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership and seven master degrees with concentrations and specializations in many academic areas: 1) Master of School Administration; 2) Master of Arts; 3) Master of Arts in Teaching; 4) Master of Education; 5) Master of Business Administration; 6) Master of Science; and 7) Master of Social Work (MSW). Concentrations and specializations are offered in areas such as education, sociology, psychology, biology, mathematics, and criminal justice. All graduate programs at Fayetteville State University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), and many programs hold specialized accreditation within their academic disciplines.

Here at Fayetteville State University, it doesn’t matter whether your future is local, carries you throughout the region, or even leads you around the globe, we take our role seriously in preparing you to meet the challenges of the business world. Our curricular programs and small class sizes will provide you with the opportunity to enhance your communication, technological, and problem-solving skills. You will also have many opportunities to get to know your professors both inside and outside of the classroom and hone your team-building and leadership skills through our student organizations. More importantly, our accreditation by AACSB International, the premier accrediting agency for business programs around the world, points to the quality of the education that you will receive here within the SBE. The School of Business and Economics is dedicated to providing a quality business education to a diverse student population. The School prepares students to meet the challenges of a changing environment and to compete in a global market. This is accomplished by supplementing the University’s strong teaching emphasis with research and a curriculum that reflects changing market conditions. The School also assists in regional economic transformation by promoting entrepreneurial and economic education.

THE GRADUATE SCHOOL The Graduate School coordinates the activities of the University’s post-baccalaureate degree programs

OFFICE OF EXTENDED EDUCATION The Office of Extended Learning and Summer Programs and Fayetteville State University are committed to providing a quality educational experience for our online learners. An online degree-completion (ODC) student is one who takes at least 75% of upper-division coursework online. In many instances, ODC students also take courses at night or via interactive television. Since FSU only offers our upper-division (junior and senior level) courses online, ODC students must already have completed the University College Core Curriculum, or be dual enrolled with a partnering community college. We offer undergraduate online degree-completion programs in Business Administration, Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Fire Science, Nursing, Psychology, Sociology, as well as an online MBA and a graduate degree in Criminal Justice.


Dr.James Anderson C h anc ellor 5 th Year • V illa nova , 1 9 7 0 ™

Chancellor James A. Anderson is committed to makin making FSU a university of choice through advanced technology, new cutting edge academic programs, expanded partnerships w with the community and educational institutions, globalism, student success, and professional development for faculty, staff and students. The FSU Strategic Plan for 2009-2014 delineates six major priorities for achieving this goal: retention and graduation rates; economic transformation; intellectual and cultural center; leaders and global citizens; collaborations and partnerships; and fiscal resourcefulness and sustainability. He began his duties as Chancellor of the state’s second-oldest public institution on June 9, 2008. Before coming to FSU, Anderson served as the University of Albany’s Vice President for Student Success and Vice Provost for Institutional Assessment and Diversity. Raised in Washington, D.C, Anderson majored in psychology at Villanova University in Pennsylvania, graduating in 1970. He later earned a doctoral degree in the field (1980) from Cornell University in New York. Early in his career, Anderson chaired the Department of Psychology at Xavier University in New Orleans (1976-1983) before joining the Indiana University of Pennsylvania as a professor of psychology. In 1992, he began an 11-year tenure as Vice Provost for Undergraduate Affairs at North Carolina State University. In that role, he was credited with leading a revision of the general education curriculum, as well as the development of the First Year College, the Honors Programs, the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning, the Minority Engineering Program, and the North Carolina State Diversity Initiative, among others. In 2003, Anderson was recruited to Texas A&M University, a major land-grant institution serving more than 46,000 students, as Vice President and Associate Provost for Institutional Assessment and Diversity. He held that post until joining the University at Albany in 2005. Anderson is active in professional, civic, and higher-education organizations. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools’ Commission on Colleges, a member of the American Council on Education’s Commission on Inclusion, the Board of Directors of United Way of Cumberland County, the Educators Serving Educators Advisory Board for Excelsior College in Albany, New York, and chair of the Board of Directors of the Sustainability Communities Foundation in Fayetteville. Anderson’s research and writing have focused on the assessment of student learning, as well as the impact of diversity on student learning, retention, and overall institutional effectiveness. He is the author or co-author of numerous books, including “The Unfinished Agenda: Brown v. Board of Education” (2004) and “Driving Change through Diversity and Globalization— Transformative Leadership in the Academy” (2007).

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Dr. Edward McLean is currently in his seventh year as D Director off Athletics at Fayetteville State University and his 20t 20th year n the athletic arena. He has proven himself to be an ef in effective leader d and d administrator d i i t t d during i hi his ttenure iin F Fayetteville. tt ill During his tenure at FSU, the Broncos have won three Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) men’s golf and bowling championships, two volleyball, and one women’s tennis, softball, football and women’s basketball. Five programs have participated in NCAA Regional Playoff games while the men’s golf program advanced to the Division II National Championships. In 2011-12, the men’s golf team picked up its record seventh PGA Minority Collegiate Golf Championship. He believes that winning in athletics means winning in the classroom. Under McLean’s leadership, a Student-Athlete Academic Center was established to provide academic tutors with mandated study halls and an athletic academic advisor. The current retention rate is approximately 90%. McLean believes that success in the classroom is just as important as success in the athletic arena. He was instrumental in guiding FSU through the process of acquiring articificial turf in Luther “Nick” Jeralds Stadium and in renovating the football locker room. FSU and its facilities have seen an increase in television exposure for football and basketball games during McLean’s tenure. In 2007, McLean established the 1,000 Broncos Annual Giving Campaign. Through fundraising initiatives the campaign is striving to raise one million dollars to fund student-athlete scholarships. To-date, the 1,000 Broncos have provided ten full scholarships to deserving student-athletes. As Athletic Director at Elizabeth City State University, the university was ranked consistently among the top two or three universities within the University of North Carolina system for its student-athletes graduation rate. In 2001 and 2002, ECSU was ranked in the top 10 nationally in the USA Today/NCAA Foundation Academic Achievements Awards program, recognizing the university’s overall studentathlete graduation rate. Under his leadership, the 2005 baseball and softball teams won CIAA Championships. McLean is widely respected by his peers and, in 1996-1997 and 2004-2005, they named him CIAA Athletic Director of the Year. Accomplishments by Dr. McLean are numerous including being named the CIAA President (1999-2002), Chairperson for both the NCAA National Football Committee Division II (1998-2002) and the NCAA Southern Regional Advisory Football Committee (1994-1998) and as President, the CIAA Athletic Directors’ Association from 2004-2006.

McLean has also held leadership positions at Clark-Atlanta University in Atlanta, where he served as Athletic Director and Chair of the Physical Education Department. He is graduate of North Carolina Central University where he earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees. McLean obtained his doctorate from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. In addition. he has done intense research in sports psychology and motor behavior. He is married to the former Marsha Allen and they have three sons, Justin, Gibran, and Tim.


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Asst. AD for Business Affairs ™ Head Cheerleading th 15 Year • FSU, 1994

Asst. AD for Compliance ™ Senior Woman Administrator th 4 Year • Virginia State, 2009

Dr. LaWanda D. Miller is a Texas native who joined the Fayetteville teville State family in 1994 and became FSU’s Head Cheerleading di Coach in the spring of 1998.

Camelia Blake was hired in June 2010 as an Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance.

The Bronco cheerleaders of FSU are better known as “Cheer Phi Smoov” and, under the direction of Dr. Miller, have solidified their spot as one of the best squads in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA). Miller has completed National Cheerleading Safety Certification courses from the American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Advisors (AACCA) and National Cheerleading Judges Certification courses from Cheer Ltd. She also has two Certificates of Award for successfully completing a full complement of courses and training at the National Cheerleading Coaches’ Conference from Cheer Ltd. Dr. Miller is an active member of the CIAA Cheerleading Coaches Association (CCCA) and National Federation of Interscholastic Spirit Coaches Association (NFISA), and the National Council for Pay Equity (NCPE) for women in Washington, DC.

She joined Fayetteville State after serving as the Assistant Compliance Director at Chowan University for more than a year. While at Chowan, Blake certified initial, continuing and transfer eligibility for student-athletes and reported on and monitored the academic progress for student-athletes. She also worked with the institution’s athletic department, coaching staffs, student-athletes and prospective student-athletes, providing reports to university administrators. Blake, who has a thorough knowledge of NCAA bylaws, has worked as a liaison between the university and NCAA and CIAA officials and has conducted annual NCAA and CIAA eligibility meetings with all studentathletes. Blake is a 2009 graduate of Virginia State University in Petersburg, VA, where she also interned in the athletic department and served in a wide variety of roles.

Her message to young people is “Attitude is a little thing that makes a BIG difference.”

Blake was named to the 2008 All-CIAA Indoor/Outdoor Track and Field team, was the 2008 Indoor 60-meter hurdle champion. She was a member of the 2008 CIAA Cross Country Co-Champions and was nominated for Virginia State Female Student-Athlete of the Year.

Currently, Dr. Miller serves as the Budget Officer for the Chancellor’s Office and Department of Athletics at Fayetteville State University.

In 2011, Blake was named Fayetteville State’s Senior Woman Administrator and advisor to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

She holds a doctorate degree in business administration from Argosy UniversitySarasota, master’s and bachelor’s degree in business administration from FSU, a BRIDGES academic leadership program certificate of completion from UNC-Chapel Hill, and is a graduate of John Casablanca’s Modeling and Career Center in Raleigh, NC. Dr. Miller spends her cheerleading off season mentoring new high school and college coaches, judging middle and high school cheerleading tryouts, attending cheerleading conferences and dance clinics, and hosting summer cheerleading camps.


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Asst. AD for Development & ™ Marketing 2nd Year • Duke, 2006

Asst. AD for Media Relations Game Operations™ Manager 6th Year • Livingstone, 1996

Kevin Wilson, a native of Riverdale, GA, is responsible for overseeing all of athletics development and marketing initiatives.

Adrian Ferguson - a native of Danville, Virginia - graduated cum laude from Livingstone College in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Information Systems and a minor in Business Administration.

Prior to his arrival at FSU, Wilson served as the Assistant Director for Development at North Carolina Central University (NCCU). In his role, he was responsible for assisting primarily with the day-to-day operation of the Eagle Club. During that time, Wilson helped grow the membership to over 400 members; which resulted to over half a million dollars donated towards student-athlete scholarships.

Wilson also secured the first Athletics Endowment since NCCU’s successful transition to Division-I and established several corporate partnerships. He also collaborated with all NCCU athletic programs, including the E-Varsity Club to cultivate student-athletes, alumni, parents, and friends in addition to maintaining the official NCCU Eagle Club website. He was named a Virginia Carter Scholarship Award winner by the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) in 2011 and a NAADD Diversity Award recipient in 2012. Prior to joining the NCCU Development staff, Wilson earned his Master’s in Athletics Administration while serving as the Director of Basketball Operations for the NCCU Men’s Basketball team. Prior to his professional career, Wilson attended Duke University where he was a 3-year letterman in football. He graduated in 2006 after completing a major in Philosophy and minor in African American studies. After graduation, he gained legal experience in the public and private sectors serving as a legal assistant intern with both the Durham and Alamance District Attorney’s Offices. Kevin Wilson is an active member in several professional organizations including the American Football Coaches Association, Black Coaches and Administrators, CASE, the Guyana Association of Georgia, and the National Association of Athletics Development Directors. He is a proud alumnus of the NCAA Minority Leadership Institute (2011) and proudly serves as the NAADD Conference Representative for the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and the Peach Belt Conference. Wilson is married to S. Lavi Wilson.

During his final academic year at Livingstone, Ferguson also served as the full-time Sports Information Director and assistant track coach. After receiving his degree, he continued to work for Livingstone for two years in the same capacities. Ferguson joined the staff at Winston-Salem State University as Assistant Director of Athletics for Sports Information. He covered the Rams through five CIAA championships -- two titles for football, two for men’s basketball and one for women’s softball. In 2001, he rejoined the staff at Livingstone as the Sports Information Director and assistant coach. He developed the current athletic logo and created numerous highlight and promotional videos for the department. In 2004, Ferguson took over the track & field program which consists of cross country, indoor and outdoor track & field. The cross country team finished third at the 2004 and 2005 CIAA Championships. During his reign as coach, Ferguson produced a NCAA DII Cross Country All-American and two qualifiers for the NCAA Indoor Track & Field National Championships. In the CIAA, Livingstone had seven CIAA individual champions and 27 All-CIAA performers. After seven straight years as the Sports Information Director at Livingstone College, Ferguson joined the Fayetteville State University staff in January 2008. Ferguson has since added many new features to the department, including a quarterly athletic newsletter named Stampede and live video streams of various home games and interviews online. He has served as president of the CIAA Sports Information Directors Association and has been a member of the CIAA Track & Field Coaches Association. He is a two-time recipient of the John Holley 2002-03 CIAA Sports Information Director of the Year Award. Ferguson is married to the former Denice Brown and has three children, Traevin, Taelor and Jordan.


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Moore Director of Sports Medicine ™ 2nd Year • Fayetteville St., 2007 Carlitta Moore is in her second year as the Director of Sports Medicine at Fayetteville State University. A 2007 graduate of Fayetteville State, Moore returns to the Bronco family after spending two years as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Saint Augustine’s University in Raleigh. During her time at SAU, Moore assisted with the medical coverage for 16 sports teams as well as the George Williams Express Professional Track Team. She was also a professor and taught Introduction to Athletic Training.

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Moore spent one year prior to working at Saint Augustine’s as an Athletic Trainer at Champion Sports Medicine in Birmingham, AL. Her services at Champion included: aquatic therapy, hand therapy, sports injury rehabilitation, pediatrics, work conditioning and orthopedics. Moore also provided outreach coverage at Pelham High School.

She received her Master’s of Science degree from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2009 where her major was Health and Human Performance - Athletic Training. She served as an Athletic Training Student during her time at UT-Chattanooga.

Moore earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree from Fayetteville State with a major in Biology. She worked as a Pre-Professional Student at FSU and worked with the football, men’s and women’s basketball, softball, tennis and volleyball teams while assisting with Student Health Services. She is a member of various athletic organizations including: Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association, National Athletic Trainers’ Association, National Athletic Trainers’ Association Career Assistance Project Team, North Carolina Athletic Trainers’ Association, Tennessee Athletic Trainers’ Society and Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association.


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Camelia Blake Assistant AD Compliance/SWA (910) 672-1670 cblake2@uncfsu.edu

David Bowser Assistant Football Coach (910) 672-1397 dvbowser@uncfsu.edu

Tyreece Brown Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach (910) 672-2564 trbrown02@broncos. uncfsu.edu

Errick Hargrove Bobby Henderson Reeshemah Johnson Assistant Head Women’s Head Women’s Football Coach Bowling Coach Volleyball Coach (910) 672-1939 (910) 672-1324 (910) 672-2475 ehargrove@uncfsu.edu rhenderson@uncfsu.edu rpjohnson@uncfsu.edu

Lawrence Kershaw Head Football Coach (910) 672-1648 lkersha1@uncfsu.edu

Justin Manning Football Graduate Assistant

Dr. LaWanda Miller Carlitta Moore Asst. AD Business Director of Sports Affairs/ Cheerleading Medicine (910) 672-1420 (910) 672-1065 lmiller@uncfsu.edu cmmoore02@uncfsu.edu

Dr. Dennis Royal Team Physician Royal Chiropractic Center

Rus Salazar Assistant Women’s Softball Coach (910) 672-1510

Erin Dowd Assistant Athletic Trainer (910) 672-1065 edowd@uncfsu.edu

Jeanette Downer Assistant Women’s Volleyball Coach (910) 672-2475

Keisha Edwards Assistant Women’s Volleyball Coach (910) 672-2475

Theron Jones Miguel Justiniano Michael Justiniano Assistant Head Women’s Assistant Women’s Football Coach Softball Coach/Facilities Softball Coach (910) 672-1510 (910) 672-1510 (910) 672-1940 tdjones02@uncfsu.edu mjustini@uncfsu.edu

Dr. Daniel McBrayer Raymond McDougal Team Physician Head Men’s Fayetteville Orthopaedics Golf Coach & Sports Medicine (910) 672-1511 rmcdougal@uncfsu.edu

Dr. Edward McLean Director of Athletics (910) 672-1315 emclean@uncfsu.edu

Adrian Ferguson Assistant A.D. Media Relations (910) 672-1254 afergus1@uncfsu.edu

Alphonza Kee Head Men’s Basketball Coach (910) 672-1396 akee@uncfsu.edu

Walter Mebane Dr. Jim Mergy Asst. Head Women’s Team Physician Basketball Coach Southern Regional Area (910) 672-1061 Health Education Center wmebane@uncfsu.edu

Nicole Newton Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach (910) 672-2564

Mita Patel Assistant Athletic Trainer (910) 672-1065 mpatel2@uncfsu.edu

Eva Patterson-Heath Head Women’s Basketball Coach (910) 672-1513 epatters@uncfsu.edu

Diane Porter Administrative Assistant (910) 672-1314 dporter@uncfsu.edu

Calvin Randall Assistant Football Coach (910) 672-1641 crandall@uncfsu.edu

Derwin Sheppard Head Cross Country Coach (910) 672-1420 dsheppar@uncfsu.edu

Aaron Taylor Assistant Football Coach (910) 672-1318 atylo37@uncfsu.edu

Corey Thompson Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach (910) 672-1440 cthomp28@uncfsu.edu

Antonio Wallace Assistant Football Coach (910) 672-1938 awalla12@uncfsu.edu

Kevin Wilson Assistant AD Development/Marketing (910) 672-2565 kwilso10@uncfsu.edu


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L aw r e n c e K e r s h aw H e ad Coach 1 s t Ye ar • V ir ginia S ta te , 1995

™ Lawrence Kershaw is beginning his first season as the He Head Football Coach at Fayetteville State University.

He was officially officially introduced as the 15th head coach in prog program history during a press conference held at Felton J. Capel Arena on Jan. 22, 2013. Coach Kershaw has eight years of experience as an offensive coordinator and a total of 17 on the collegiate level. He will take over the Bronco program after serving as the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, FL for the past five years. FAMU finished as Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Co-Champions in 2010 with a 7-1 record. Under his schemes in 2012, the Rattlers finished first in the MEAC in Passing Efficiency (141.9), Touchdown Passes (18) and Completion Percentage (70.4). FAMU was ranked second in the conference in Pass Offense (236.2 per game) and third in Total Offense (359.0 per game). The offense has ranked in the top three of numerous offensive categories through his five years. Kershaw has helped guide 20 offensive student-athletes and six position players (linemen) to AllMEAC honors. Three of his linemen, Robert Okeafor, Steve Brazzle and Anthony Collins garnered All-American accolades. One of his quarterbacks was named MEAC Offensive Player of the Year. The Rattler offense once ranked 13th in the nation in Scoring Offense and 17th in Rushing Offense. In 2007, Kershaw was the offensive line coach at Hampton University. The offense finished first in the MEAC in Scoring, Passing and Red Zone Offense. In 2006, he served as the offensive line coach and coordinator of the strength and conditioning program at Truman State University. A 1995 graduate of Virginia State University, Kershaw has abundant experiences in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association. At the completion of playing career, he signed on as the offensive line coach for three seasons. Kershaw completed his Masters of Education Degree in 1997 at VSU and returned to his home state of New York in 1998 to volunteer at Fordham University. After the brief stint away, he returned to his alma-mater in 2000 as the offensive line coach and took over as the offensive coordinator a year later. The Trojans won two CIAA Championships (1995 & 1996) and finished runner-up in 1997. Lawrence Kershaw expanded his experience outside the CIAA after he served as the Assistant Head Coach at Virginia Union University from 2004-05.

KERSHAW QUICK FACTS PERSONAL Born: Hometown: Wife: Children:

March 14, 1971 Brooklyn, NY Portia Vincent Zaniah

EDUCATION High School: College:

Thomas Jefferson Stony Brook Virginia State (1995) Bachelor of Arts, Sociology Postgraduate: Virginia State (1997) Masters of Education, Guidance COACHING EXPERIENCE 1995-96 Running Backs, Virginia State 1996-97 Offensive Line, Virginia State 1998 Assistant Offensive Line, Fordham 2000-03 Offensive Line, Virginia State 2001-03 Off. Coordinator, Virginia State 2004-05Asst. Head Coach, Virginia Union 2006 Offensive Line, Truman State 2007 Offensive Line, Hampton 2008-12 OC/Offensive Line, Florida A&M CHAMPIONSHIP EXPERIENCE 1995 CIAA Champions (Virginia State) 1996 CIAA Champions (Virginia State) 2010 MEAC Co-Champions (Florida A&M)


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Bowser

Hargrove

Inside Linebackers Special Teams ™ 15th Year • NC State, 1992

Defensive Coordinator 1st Year • WSSU, 2002 ™

David Bowser is currently in his 15th season with the Fayetteville State football program and first as the Inside nside Linebackers/Special Teams Coach Coach. Bowser, a 1992 graduate of North Carolina State, has a wealth of high school and college coaching experience that few can match. He is the longest tenured assistant coach on the Broncos football team. During his time at FSU, Bowser has also served as the Running Backs Coach, Defensive Backs Coach and Recruiting Coordinator. He has also had several duties off the field pertaining to housing, admissions and academics in assisting FSU football student-athletes. In 2012, Michael Johnson was ranked 4th overall in the CIAA with 9.3 tackles per game. Johnson also had four interceptions for the season which had him tied for 43rd in the nation with teammate Joshua Scales. In that same season Scales was tied for third in the nation in passes defended. During the 2011 season, the FSU secondary ranked ninth in the nation in passes defended. With Scales being the anchor, he managed to lead the nation in interceptions per game with a total of seven. Scales emerged as the leader with the season-ending injury of Pre-Season All-American Andre Lyles. Lyles led the 2010 secondary after tying for first in the CIAA with in interceptions and being voted All-CIAA as a junior. He was tied for eighth nationally for interceptions per game and ranked number fifth in passes defended. In 2009, his secondary ranked third in the CIAA in pass defense and set a school record after allowing only nine yards passing against Virginia State. The Broncos were fourth in NCAA Division II in pass defense efficiency during their CIAA Championship campaign. In that season, Jeff Gowdy tied the FSU all-time interception record with 16. During the 2008 season, Bowser’s unit finished second in the nation in pass defense efficiency and ninth in interceptions. Three Bronco defensive backs, Jeff Gowdy, Robert Allen and Adrian Horton, were ranked in the top 20 in the nation for passes defended that season. John Hicks was ranked 45th in the nation that season with passes defended as well. Also to Gowdy’s credit, he led the league in picks. Prior to moving to defense, Bowser coached several All-CIAA offensive players such as DeAngelo Bridgers, Amir Holding and Nate Benton at the running back position. Before coming to Fayetteville State, he had several stops at North Carolina high schools. Bowser gained valuable coaching experience and success at Garner High School, Anson High School, Westover High School, Chapel Hill High School and Orange High School. His first college coaching job was at Hamden-Sydney College in Farmville, Virginia during 1999 season.

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Errick Hargrove begins his first season as the Defensive Coordinator at Fayetteville State University.

Hargrove, a 2002 graduate of Winston-Salem State University, is no stranger to the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA). He brings a total of ten years coaching experience within the conference to FSU. He spent the previous eight seasons (2006-13) as both the Defensive and Recruiting Coordinator for Virginia State University. Hargrove had a total of six players during his tenure receive either CIAA All-Rookie or All-Conference Team recognition. In his second season the Trojans ranked inside the top 20 nationally in fumble recoveries, turnover margin and turnovers gained. VSU finished the 2008 season 21st in the nation in total defense behind CIAA First Team All-Conference players Brandon Fortune and Issac Mitchell. Fortune would help lead the Trojan defense in 2009 as the unit finished second nationally in pass defense; and in the top 20 in scoring defense, pass efficiency defense, total defense and turnover margin. In 2010, Virginia State had the nation’s ninth-best scoring defense and was 17th in pass efficiency defense.

Prior to returning to the staff at VSU, Hargrove spent one season as Defensive Backs Coach and Co-Special Teams Coordinator at Shaw University. He coached CIAA First Team All-Conference defensive back, and Honorable Mention All-America, Torrance Nunnally in 2005 as Shaw finished first in the conference in pass defense completion percentage and second in interceptions. Hargrove began his coaching career at Virginia State in 2002. He was with the Trojans for three seasons as the Defensive Backs Coach. During that time, VSU produced one CIAA Rookie of the Year, one CIAA First Team All-Conference member and one CIAA Second Team All-Conference representative. Virginia State finished inside the top 35 nationally in pass efficiency defense in each of his three seasons; highlighted by a 15th place finish in 2004. Virginia State was fifth that season nationally in scoring defense, 23rd in turnover margin and 19th in total defensive. In 2002, the Trojans finished fourth in the nation in scoring defense, seventh in turnover margin, 15th in total defense and 22nd in rush defense.

He was a four-year letter winner at Winston-Salem State (199801) and was a three-year starter at defensive back. Hargrove was part of two CIAA Championship teams in 1999 and 2000; while the 1999 squad won the Pioneer Bowl. The 1998 and 2001 Winston-Salem State teams finished as runners-up for the CIAA. He earned CIAA First Team All-Conference accolades in 2000. A graduate of Northern Vance High School in Henderson, Hargrove was a North Carolina Wrestling State Champion in 1997.

He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Sport Management from Winston-Salem State in 2002, and earned a Master of Education degree from Virginia State in 2005.


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After completing his stint at Delta State, Randall joined the Virginia Union football staff in 2004 as the defensive backs coach. In 2004, the Panthers finished the season ranked 11th in total defense in NCAA Division II.

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After two seasons on the sideline with the Winston-Salem football program, Randall accepted a Graduate Assistant position with Delta State where he coached linebackers during the 2002 season and defensive backs in 2003. In 2003, the Statesmen finished the season with a 9-2 overall record and ranked 16th in NCAA Division II.

Outside Linebackers 1st Year • Fayetteville St., 2005 ™ Theron Jones is entering his first season as Outside Linebacker Coach and Video Coordinator at Fayetteville State and his fifth season on the collegiate level. Jones is an alumnus of Fayetteville State, earning a Bachelor's Degree in History in 2005. He played football for the Broncos and was part of the 2002 CIAA Championship Team. Jones also has his Masters Degree in Education from Grand Canyon University. He was the Linebackers Coach at Virginia State University for three seasons (2009-12) and coached two CIAA All-Rookie Team members in Byron Gourdine (2009) and Tim Durant (2010). Under Jones, the linebackers improve each year. In his first year they recorded five sacks and improved to15 sacks in year two. In 2011 the linebackers recorded 13 sacks and followed it up with a big year in 2012 with 18. The unit averaged double-digit sacks each season following the 2009 campaign. The defense ranked second in the CIAA in scoring defense (19.40) and pass efficiency defense (115.12); while finishing third in total defense (341.40) and turnover margin (.30). He had three successful years at Hanover High School in Mechanicsville, Virginia. While there the team appeared in back-to-back Central Region Championship games and winning one in 2007. He is a native of Mesic, North Carolina.

In 2005, Randall was promoted to Defensive Coordinator. He moved over to the offensive side of the ball in 2006 and began coaching wide receivers. That season the Panthers ranked second in the CIAA in total offense, second in scoring offense and fourth in passing offense. VUU finished the season 7-3 and second in the CIAA Eastern Division. The Panthers finished the 2007 season ranked first in the CIAA in total offense, first in passing offense, first in rushing offense, first in scoring offense and first in passing efficiency. Virginia Union won the CIAA Eastern Division Championship and earned a berth in Pioneer Bowl X in Columbia, South Carolina. Randall was promoted to Offensive Coordinator in 2008. With Randall at the helm, the offense finished the 2008 season first in the CIAA for rushing offense and third in total offense. He was promoted to Assistant Head Coach and Wide Receivers Coach following the 2008 campaign. As Assistant Head Coach and Wide Receivers Coach in 2009, Randall assisted in leading the Panthers to a 6-4 record and tied for the CIAA Eastern Division Championship. Regarded by many as a "tireless" recruiter, Randall was instrumental in developing the 2009, 2010 and 2011 recruiting classes. He served as the Recruiting Coordinator from 2011-12. In 2012, Randall was also selected for the NCAA/NFL Coaches Academy held in Dallas, TX. The Tampa, FL native earned his Bachelor's of Arts degree from Winston-Salem State University in 2002. He is currently pursuing his Masters of Education in History Education from Delta State University. Randall is a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated.

Calvin

Aaron

Randall III

Taylor

Quarterbacks / Receivers / Recruiting Coordinator ™ 1st Year • WSSU, 2007

Running Backs 1st Year • Virginia State, 2001 ™

Calvin Randall III is entering his first season as Quarterback/ Wide Receiver Coaching while also serving as the Recruiting Coordinator for the Fayetteville State football coaching staff.

Aaron Taylor is entering his first season as the Running Backs coach for the Fayetteville State football program.

Randall began his coaching career in 2000 as a Student Assistant defensive line coach at Winston-Salem State. During that season, WSSU won the CIAA Championship. In 2001, he began working with the outside linebackers where he was responsible for producing one All-CIAA player and one AllAmerican.

This season will be Taylor's twelfth season of collegiate coaching after having spent seven seasons (2001-07) on the Hampton University football coaching staff and the last four at Florida A&M. During his tour at Hampton, Taylor served in the various roles having tutored the running backs, tight ends and tackles for three seasons; as well as four years with the defensive line.


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Wallace is a graduate of Alabama A&M University where got his start as a Student Assistant Strength/Conditioning, Agility Coach assisting with Women's Volleyball, Basketball and Soccer. He later went on onto become an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach for the football program.

In 2005, his first season overseeing the running backs, he aided Alonzo Coleman and Ardell Daniels in becoming just the third duo in Division I FCS history to rush for 1,000 yards each in consecutive seasons.

As a member of the football program, Wallace was a three year letterman and selected team captain by his teammates; while helping lead the Bulldogs to two Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) East Titles and SWAC Championship berth. While in high school at William R. Boone in Orlando, FL, he earned letters in football, basketball and weightlifting.

The past two seasons at FAMU, he tutored two of the top runners in the MEAC - quarterback Curtis Pulley and running back Philip Sylvester. Taylor, who was born in Charleston, IL, is the oldest son of Head Coach Joe Taylor. He is a graduate of Phoebus (VA) High School where he was a four-year letterman in football. He earned his bachelor's degree in History/Political Science from Virginia State University and was also a member of the Trojans' football team. His outstanding senior campaign as an offensive guard garnered him All-Cent All-Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) honors.

Antonio Wallace Defensive Line Strength & Conditioning 1st Year • Alabama™ A&M, 2003 Antonio Wallace is beginning his first season as the Defensive Line Coach and Director of Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Fayetteville State football program. Throughout his career Wallace has enjoyed the tremendous task of developing student-athletes to perform at a high-level whether coaching on the football field or inside of the weight room. He has developed year-round athletic training programs that have promoted speed-strength, explosive-power, agility, flexibility and muscle endurance. Most recently he served under Hall of Fame Head Coach Joseph Taylor at Florida A&M, where he served in the capacity of Director of Speed-Strength and Conditioning for football helping restore its winning form. After a heartbreaking 3-9 season, Wallace was instrumental in the Rattlers Football Program turn-around season helping them to a 9-3 record in just their first season. He continued developing many student-athletes to reach both individual and team goals; many of which have and are pursuing professional careers. Before serving on staff at FAMU, Wallace worked on staff at Alcorn State under the direction of Dr. Johnny "Rip Saw" Thomas in the capacity of Defensive Ends Coach/Head Strength and Conditioning Coach. He began as a Graduate Assistant and was hired on a full-time basis coaching the defensive line following the program's best record under Dr. Thomas. He has had the opportunity to aid in the development of over 100 All-American and Black College All-Americans, Conference Newcomer of the Year and Freshman of the Year.

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Taylor worked with numerous all-conference performers that led the Hampton defense, which ranked amongst the best in the country. With the Pirates defensive unit leading Division I-AA (FCS) in turnovers forced in 2004, Hampton was able to capture its third MEAC championship.

Wallace is currently a member of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa) where he is Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified (SCCC). He is also a current member of the National Association of Speed and Explosion (NASE) where he is certified as a Specialist in Speed and Explosion; and a member of the International Sports Science Association (ISSA) where he is certified as a Specialist in Sports Conditioning (SSC).

Wallace is married to the former LaKeesha M. Wells of Talladega, AL. They are the proud parents of their four sons: Ethan, Joshua, Joseph and Chandler.


#24 Colon Bailey,Jr. 2012 All-CIAA


BRONCOS 2013 alphabetical roster Name Michael Adams Kevin Alfonso Antonio Allen Dennis Alleyne Marquavius Alston Willie Ashford Kwamere Bailey Colon Bailey, Jr. Raven Broadnax DeAnthony Brooks John Brown William Brown Derek Bryant Nick Bynkoski Michael Chery Tevin Clay Chris Crumity Christopher Diggs Davar Dove Anthony Duran Darrian Ennis Michael Fogg Jermaine Fox Marquel Gathers Andre Gillespie Kendrell Green Chris Hairston Devonta Hooker Trebor Jackson, Jr. Darius Jeffers William Jenkins Will Jenkins Michael Johnson Jamesen Kimbrough Roy Lowder Simeon Marshall Rendall Mash Antonio Mayo Joseph McLean Patrick McNeill Andre Montgomery Reginald Parker Thomas Perry Chris Person Corbin Rascoe Marcus Reed Derrick Role Travis Scales Blade Shoop Jalen Sowell Courtney Tate Ricardo White Jesse Whitley Kasunn Williams Marki Wooten Kion Young

Yr. So. Sr. Sr. So. R-So. R-So. R-So. Sr. R-Fr. R-Fr Jr. R-Fr. So. So. So. So. R-Fr. So. R-Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. R-Fr Sr. Jr. R-Fr. So R-Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. Jr. R-Jr. R-Fr. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. R-Fr. R-So. So. R-So. Jr. R-Fr. R-Jr. Sr. R-Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. R-So. Jr. Fr. So.

Pos. QB OL WR WR RB WR DB RB LB RB LB SS QB QB OL WR WR DL LB WR TE SS DB LB RB DL RB RB OL DB DL RB FS LB TE DB DL K/P LB SS RB DB DL DB RB OL DB DB OL DB LB WR DL WR WR FS

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

Wt. 187 277 190 185 185 170 200 200 213 175 247 175 230 185 290 181 204 225 201 180 241 195 200 240 182 265 182 190 340 168 298 160 191 190 230 193 280 185 240 190 220 183 228 185 187 350 188 185 318 160 215 173 250 195 185 175

Hometown (Last School) Gastonia, NC (North Gaston H.S.) Rockingham, NC (Catawba) Raleigh, NC (Athens Drive H.S.) Winston-Salem, NC (N.C. Central) Rocky Mount, NC (Rocky Mount H.S.) Winston-Salem, NC (Hillsborough C.C.) Manteo, NC (Manteo H.S.) Manteo, NC (Manteo H.S.) Reidsville, NC (Reidsville H.S.) Greensboro, NC (Page H.S.) Fayetteville, NC (Seventy-First H.S.) Salisbury, NC (Salisbury H.S.) Carrboro, NC (Carrboro H.S.) Duncan, BC (Atlanta Sports Academy) Smithfield, NC (Smithfield-Selma H.S.) Wilmington, NC (Laney H.S.) Benson, NC (S. Johnston H.S.) Hamlet, NC (Richmond Senior H.S.) Winston-Salem, NC (W. Forsyth H.S.) Gilbert, AZ (Arizona State) Durham, NC (Northern Durham H.S.) Raleigh, NC (Apex H.S.) Oakland, CA (Sierra C.C.) Smithfield, NC (W. Johnston H.S.) Garner, NC (Garner H.S.) Pleasant Hill, NC (N. Hampton-West H.S.) Jacksonville, NC (SW Onslow H.S.) Greensboro, NC (Page H.S.) Goldsboro, NC (Goldsboro H.S.) Wallace, NC (Wallace-Rose Hill H.S.) Colerain, NC (Bertie H.S.) Newton, NC (Maiden H.S.) Raleigh, NC (Cary H.S.) Winston-Salem, NC (Fork Union Military) Fayetteville, NC (St. Paul’s H.S.) Jacksonville, NC (SW Onslow H.S.) Charlotte, NC (Mallard Creek H.S.) Jacksonville, NC (Jacksonville H.S.) Bunnlevel, NC (Tennessee State) Dunn, NC (Triton H.S.) Goldsboro, NC (Goldsboro H.S.) Robersonville, NC (South Creek H.S.) Colerain, NC (Bertie H.S.) Cove City, NC (West Craven H.S.) Windsor, NC (Bertie H.S.) Montgomery, TX (Kilgore J.C.) Winston-Salem, NC (Reynolds H.S.) Southern Pines, NC (Lenoir-Rhyne) Southern Pines, NC (Pinecrest H.S.) Monroe, NC (Monroe H.S.) Indian Trail, NC (New Mexico Military) Monroe, NC (Monroe H.S.) Raleigh, NC (Enloe H.S.) Rocky Mount, NC (N.C. Central) Wendell, NC (East Wake HS) Kernersville, NC (Glenn H.S.)

2013 football players

No. 17 78 81 87 38 35 20 24 94 45 32 41 14 6 70 7 86 79 49 5 89 3 40 48 44 92 33 46 74 2 75 26 18 25 91 21 57 13 47 27 30 16 96 8 23 71 37 28 56 29 42 9 99 19 83 31


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No. 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 35 37 38 40 41 42 44 45 46 47 48 49 56 57 70 71 74 75 78 79 81 83 86 87 89 91 92 94 96 99

Name Darius Jeffers Michael Fogg Anthony Duran Nick Bynkoski Tevin Clay Chris Person Ricardo White Antonio Mayo Derek Bryant Reginald Parker Michael Adams Michael Johnson Kasunn Williams Kwamere Bailey Simeon Marshall Corbin Rascoe Colon Bailey, Jr. Jamesen Kimbrough Will Jenkins Patrick McNeill Travis Scales Jalen Sowell Andre Montgomery Kion Young John Brown Chris Hairston Willie Ashford Derrick Role Marquavius Alston Jermaine Fox William Brown Courtney Tate Andre Gillespie DeAnthony Brooks Devonta Hooker Joseph McLean Marquel Gathers Davar Dove Blade Shoop Rendall Mash Michael Chery Marcus Reed Trebor Jackson, Jr. William Jenkins Kevin Alfonso Christopher Diggs Antonio Allen Marki Wooten Chris Crumity Dennis Alleyne Darrian Ennis Roy Lowder Kendrell Green Raven Broadnax Thomas Perry Jesse Whitley

Yr. R-Fr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. So. Jr. Jr. R-So. Sr. R-Fr. Sr. R-Jr. R-Fr. R-Fr. R-Fr. So. R-So. So. Jr. Jr. R-So. Sr. R-So. Sr. R-Fr. Sr. R-Fr R-Fr R-Fr. Jr. So. R-Fr. Sr. So. So. R-Jr. So R-Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. R-Fr. So. Sr. R-Fr. Sr. R-Fr. R-So. R-So.

Pos. DB SS WR QB WR DB WR K/P QB DB QB FS WR DB DB RB RB LB RB SS DB DB RB FS LB RB WR DB RB DB SS LB RB RB RB LB LB LB OL DL OL OL OL DL OL DL WR WR WR WR TE TE DL LB DL DL

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

Wt. 168 195 180 185 181 185 173 185 230 183 187 191 195 200 193 187 200 190 160 190 185 160 220 175 247 182 170 188 185 200 175 215 182 175 190 240 240 201 318 280 290 350 340 298 277 225 190 185 204 185 241 230 265 213 228 250

Hometown (Last School) Wallace, NC (Wallace-Rose Hill H.S.) Raleigh, NC (Apex H.S.) Gilbert, AZ (Arizona State) Duncan, BC (Atlanta Sports Academy) Wilmington, NC (Laney H.S.) Cove City, NC (West Craven H.S.) Monroe, NC (Monroe H.S.) Jacksonville, NC (Jacksonville H.S.) Carrboro, NC (Carrboro H.S.) Robersonville, NC (South Creek H.S.) Gastonia, NC (North Gaston H.S.) Raleigh, NC (Cary H.S.) Rocky Mount, NC (N.C. Central) Manteo, NC (Manteo H.S.) Jacksonville, NC (SW Onslow H.S.) Windsor, NC (Bertie H.S.) Manteo, NC (Manteo H.S.) Winston-Salem, NC (Fork Union Military) Newton, NC (Maiden H.S.) Dunn, NC (Triton H.S.) Southern Pines, NC (Lenoir-Rhyne) Monroe, NC (Monroe H.S.) Goldsboro, NC (Goldsboro H.S.) Kernersville, NC (Glenn H.S.) Fayetteville, NC (Seventy-First H.S.) Jacksonville, NC (SW Onslow H.S.) Winston-Salem, NC (Hillsborough C.C.) Winston-Salem, NC (Reynolds H.S.) Rocky Mount, NC (Rocky Mount H.S.) Oakland, CA (Sierra C.C.) Salisbury, NC (Salisbury H.S.) Indian Trail, NC (New Mexico Military) Garner, NC (Garner H.S.) Greensboro, NC (Page H.S.) Greensboro, NC (Page H.S.) Bunnlevel, NC (Tennessee State) Smithfield, NC (W. Johnston H.S.) Winston-Salem, NC (W. Forsyth H.S.) Southern Pines, NC (Pinecrest H.S.) Charlotte, NC (Mallard Creek H.S.) Smithfield, NC (Smithfield-Selma H.S.) Montgomery, TX (Kilgore J.C.) Goldsboro, NC (Goldsboro H.S.) Colerain, NC (Bertie H.S.) Rockingham, NC (Catawba) Hamlet, NC (Richmond Senior H.S.) Raleigh, NC (Athens Drive H.S.) Wendell, NC (East Wake HS) Benson, NC (S. Johnston H.S.) Winston-Salem, NC (N.C. Central) Durham, NC (Northern Durham H.S.) Fayetteville, NC (St. Paul’s H.S.) Pleasant Hill, NC (N. Hampton-West H.S.) Reidsville, NC (Reidsville H.S.) Colerain, NC (Bertie H.S.) Raleigh, NC (Enloe H.S.)


BRONCOS 2013 newcomers/recruits Name Justin Barlow Phillip Bell Ronald Bell, Jr. Jeremie Bolobiongo Benjamin Brown Edward Dorsey Jamar Ferguson Tavon Gatlin Javon Hampton Jemeryn Jenkins Reginald Lewis William Nelson Rueben Ortega Tim Thorb Dondre Whitmire Darrius Wirt

Yr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Pos. DL WR DL LB LB OL DL/LS WR DL QB OL LB LB LB OL OL

Ht. 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-5 6-1 5-9 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-3

Wt. 295 180 270 230 225 325 260 175 285 195 280 295 230 235 295 275

Hometown (Last School) Carson City, NV (Santa Monica J.C.) Fayetteville, NC (E.E. Smith H.S.) Boynton Beach, FL (Delray Beach H.S.) Raleigh, NC (Garner H.S.) Los Angeles, CA (Santa Monica J.C.) Los Angeles, CA (L.A. Harbor College) Far Rockaway, NY (ASA C.C.) Virginia Beach, VA (Globe Institute) Perris, CA (Riverside C.C.) Adelanto, CA (Victor Valley C.C.) Detroit, MI (Victor Valley C.C.) Washington, DC (Friendship Collegiate Acad.) Stanton, CA (Golden West C.C.) Raleigh, NC (Garner H.S.) Washington, DC (Friendship Collegiate Acad.) Raeford, NC (Hoke County H.S.)

2013 football players

No. 98 82 95 45 51 72 52 1 93 10 62 50 54 11 76 77


BRONCOS geographical & position breakdown BY COUNTRY

2013 football players

CANADA (1) Duncan, BC: ................ Nick Bynkoski

BY STATES

ARIZONA (1) Gilbert: ..................... Anthony Duran CALIFORNIA (6) Adelanto: ................ Jemeryn Jenkins Los Angeles: ............ Benjamin Brown .................................. Edward Dorsey Oakland: ...................... Jermaine Fox Perris: .......................Javon Hampton Stanton: .................... Rueben Ortega DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (2) Washington: ............... William Nelson ................................Dondre Whitmire FLORIDA (1) Boynton Beach: ........... Ronald Bell, Jr. MICHIGAN (1) Detroit: ...................... Reginald Lewis NEVADA (1) Carson City: ................. Justin Barlow NEW YORK (1) Far Rockaway: .......... Jamar Ferguson NORTH CAROLINA (56) Benson: ...................... Chris Crumity Bunnlevel: ................. Joseph McLean Carrboro: ..................... Derek Bryant Charlotte: ..................... Rendall Mash Colerain: ................... William Jenkins .................................... Thomas Perry Cove City: ..................... Chris Person Dunn: ........................ Patrick McNeill Durham: ......................Darrian Ennis Fayetteville: ...................... Phillip Bell ....................................... John Brown ....................................... Roy Lowder Garner: ......................Andre Gillespie Gastonia: ...................Michael Adams Goldsboro: ............Trebor Jackson, Jr. .............................Andre Montgomery Greensboro: ..........DeAnthony Brooks ................................. Devonta Hooker Hamlet: ................ Christopher Diggs Indian Trail: ................. Courtney Tate Jacksonville: ................Chris Hairston ................................ Simeon Marshall .................................... Antonio Mayo Kernersville: ....................Kion Young Manteo: ................... Colon Bailey, Jr. ................................. Kwamere Bailey Monroe: ........................ Jalen Sowell .................................... Ricardo White Newton: ......................... Will Jenkins Pleasant Hill: ..............Kendrell Green Raeford: .......................... Darris Wirt Raleigh: ....................... Antonio Allen ............................ Jeremie Bolobiongo ..................................... Michael Fogg .................................Michael Johnson

......................................... Tim Thorb .....................................Jesse Whitley Reidsville: ................Raven Broadnax Rockingham: .................Kevin Alfonso Rocky Mount: ......... Marquavius Alston .................................Kasunn Williams Robersonville: ............Reginald Parker Salisbury: ................... William Brown Smithfield: .................. Michael Chery ................................ Marquel Gathers Southern Pines: ............. Travis Scales ...................................... Blade Shoop Wallace: ........................ Daris Jeffers Wendell: ...................... Marki Wooten Wilmington: ...................... Tevin Clay Windsor: .....................Corbin Rascoe Winston-Salem: ..........Dennis Alleyne .................................... Willie Ashford ....................................... Davar Dove ........................... Jamesen Kimbrough ...................................... Derrick Role TEXAS (1) Montgomery: ...................Marcus Reed VIRGINIA (1) Virginia Beach:................. Tavon Gatlin

BY CLASS

SENIORS (11): Kevin Alfonso, Antonio Allen, Colon Bailey, Jr., Anthony Duran, Darrian Ennis, Jermaine Fox, Kendrell Green, Simeon Marshall, Derrick Role, Blade Shoop, Courtney Tate JUNIORS (20): Justin Barlow, Benjamin Brown, John Brown, Edward Dorsey, Jamar Ferguson, Michael Fogg, Tavon Gatlin, Chris Hairston, Javon Hampton, Jemeryn Jenkins, Michael Johnson, Jamesen Kimbrough, Reginald Lewis, Anthony Mayo, Joseph McLean, Rueben Ortega, Chris Person, Marcus Reed, Ricardo White, Kasunn Williams SOPHOMORES (19): Michael Adams, Dennis Alleyne, Marquavius Alston, Willie Ashford, Kwamere Bailey, Derek Bryant, Nick Bynkoski, Michael Chery, Tevin Clay, Christopher Diggs, Marquel Gathers, Trebor Jackson, Jr., Rendall Mash, Andre Montgomery, Reginald Parker, Thomas Perry, Jalen Sowell, Jesse Whitley, Kion Young FRESHMEN (22): Phillip Bell, Ronald Bell, Jr., Jeremie Bolobiongo, Raven Broadnax, DeAnthony Brooks, William Brown, Chris Crumity, Davar Dove, Andre Gillespie, Devonta Hooker, Darius Jeffers, Will Jenkins, William Jenkins, Roy Lowder, Patrick McNeill, William Nelson, Corbin Rascoe, Travis Scales, Tim Thorb, Dondre Whitmire, Darrius Wirt, Marki Wooten

BY POSITION

QUARTERBACK (4): Michael Adams, Derek Bryant, Nick Bynkoski, Jemeryn Jenkins RUNNING BACK (9): Marquavius Alston, Colon Bailey, Jr., DeAnthony Brooks, Andre Gillespie, Chris Hairston, Devonta Hooker, Will Jenkins, Andre Montgomery, Corbin Rascoe WIDE RECEIVER (11): Antonio Allen, Dennis Alleyne, Willie Ashford, Phillip Bell, Tevin Clay, Chris Crumity, Anthony Duran, Tavon Gatlin, Ricardo White, Kasunn Williams, Marki Wooten TIGHT END (2): Darrian Ennis, Roy Lowder OFFENSIVE LINE (9): Kevin Alfonso, Michael Chery, Edward Dorsey, Trebor Jackson, Jr., Reginald Lewis, Marcus Reed, Blade Shoop, Dondre Whitmire, Darrius Wirt DEFENSIVE LINE (10): Justin Barlow, Ronald Bell, Jr., Christopher Diggs, Jamar Ferguson, Kendrell Green, Javon Hampton, William Jenkins, Rendall Mash, Thomas Perry, Jesse Whitley LINEBACKER (12): Jeremie Bolobiongo, Raven Broadnax, Benjamin Brown, John Brown, Davar Dove, Marquel Gathers, Jamesen Kimbrough, Joseph McLean, William Nelson, Rueben Ortega, Tim Thorb, Courtney Tate DEFENSIVE BACK (9): Kwamere Bailey, Jermaine Fox, Darius Jeffers, Simeon Marshall, Reginald Parker, Chris Person, Derrick Role, Travis Scales, Jalen Sowell SAFETY (5): William Brown, Michael Fogg, Michael Johnson, Patrick McNeill, Kion Young KICKER (1): Antonio Mayo PUNTER (1): Antonio Mayo LONG SNAPPER (1): Jamar Ferguson


BRONCOS 2013 returning broncos MICHAEL ADAMS QUARTERBACK So. • 6-2 • 187lbs Gastonia, NC North Gaston HS ™

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2012 SEASON Played in one game as a red-shirt fre freshman... man... Appeared in the season finale again against No. 2 Winston-Salem Winston Salem State State. HIGH SCHOOL Attended North Gaston High School. PERSONAL hysical Born on May 18, 1992...Majoring in Physical Education. Adams’ Career Statistics RUSHING Year G Att Yds TD 2012 1 2 7 0

Lg 5

Avg/C Avg/G 3.5 7.0

Allen’s Career Statistics RECEIVING Year G Rec Yds TD 2012 10 21 357 0 2011 10 25 372 4 2010 5 1 15 0 Total 25 47 744 4

Lg 55 64 15 64

Avg/C 17.0 14.9 15.0 15.8

Avg/G 35.7 37.2 3.0 29.8

DENNIS ALLEYNE WIDE RECEIVER So. • 6-2 • 185lbs Winston-Salem, NC Parkland HS ™ N.C. Central Univ.

KEVIN ALFONSO OFFENSIVE LINE

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2012 SEASON Transferred from North Carolina Central...Played Played in the season finale. N.C. CENTRAL Redshirted as a freshman...Played in two games as a redshirt-freshman. Sr. • 6-0 • 277lbs HIGH SCHOOL Rockingham, NC Attended Parkland High School...Recorded 48 Richmond Senior HS catches for 872 yards as a freshman...Lettered ™ in three sports (football, basketball, track). Catawba College PERSONAL 2012 SEASON Transferred from Catawba College...Started in Full Name: Dennis E. Alleyne...Born on March seven of the final eight games on the offensive 30, 1992...Majoring in Social Work. line. CATAWBA MARQUAVIUS Played in five games during his freshman season ALSTON at center. HIGH SCHOOL RUNNING BACK Attended Richmond Senior High School...Played in the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas and East-West All-Star Game following his senior season...Was So. • 5-9 • 185lbs named Honorable Mention Mid Southeastern Rocky Mount, NC Conference as a junior...Also competed on the Rocky Mount HS track and field team. ™ PERSONAL Full Name: Kevin Anthony Alfonso...Born on 2012 SEASON Redshirted October 17, 1991...Majoring in Pre-Education. 2011 SEASON Played in six games with one start...Ran for a season-high 41 yards on six carries at ANTONIO Livingstone (10/22)...Had a long run of 21 yards ALLEN in the Virginia Union contest. 2010 SEASON WIDE RECEIVER Appeared in one game HIGH SCHOOL Sr. • 6-3 • 190lbs Attended Rocky Mount High School. Raleigh, NC PERSONAL Athens Drive HS Is majoring in Business Administration.

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2012 SEASON Appeared in all ten games with eight starts... Finished third on the team with 357 yards receiving...Averaged a team-best 17.0 yards per catch...Had a long reception of 55 yards against Johnson C. Smith (10/13). 2011 SEASON Played in ten games and started in six of them...Recorded a team-high 372 yards receiving...Posted a long reception of 64 yards. 2010 SEASON Made an appearance in five games with no starts...Made his only catch of the season in his first collegiate game against Elizabeth City State (9/18).

Alston’s Career Statistics RUSHING Year G Att Yds TD 2010 1 0 0 0 2011 6 16 91 1 Total 7 16 91 1 RECEIVING Year G Rec Yds 2010 1 0 0 2011 6 3 3 Total 7 3 3

Lg 0 21 21

Avg/C Avg/G 0.0 0.0 5.7 15.2 5.7 13.0

Lg Avg/C Avg/G 0 0.0 0.0 5 1.0 0.5 5 1.0 0.4

WILLIE ASHFORD WIDE RECEIVER So. • 6-2 • 170lbs Winston-Salem, NC Mt. Tabor HS ™ Hillsborough CC

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HIGH SCHOOL Attended Athens Drive High School. PERSONAL Full Name: Antonio Allen...Born on May 8, 1990...Majoring in Criminal Justice.

2012 SEASON Transferred from Hillsborough Community College...Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL Attended Mount Tabor High School. PERSONAL Full Name: Willie F. Ashford IV...Born on June 20, 1992...Is majoring in Middle School Language Arts/Special Education.

COLON BAILEY,, JR. RUNNING BACK SR. • 6-0 • 200lbs Manteo, NC Manteo HS ™

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2012 SEASON Named the team’s Most Valuable Offensive Player...Played in all ten games with three starts...Became the first FSU running back since Clifton Davis in 1994 to rush for more than 1,000 yards in a season; and fourth in school history with ten or more touchdowns...Ranked in the top 35 nationally in rushing...Was fourth in the CIAA in rushing yards per game,and fifth in rushing yards and touchdowns...Broke the school record for most rushing yards in a game with 288 against Livingstone (10/27)... Was named the CIAA Offensive Back of the Week twice and the Boxtorow National Player of the Week on Oct. 31...Recorded three straight games of 100 yards...Posted two 200-yard rushing performance against Saint Augustine’s, 220 yards, and Livingstone...Had a long run of 40 yards against Livingstone. 2011 SEASON Appeared in eight games with two starts...Led the team in rushing with 637 and 12 touchdowns... Had a long run of 25 yards...Caught longest reception of 17 yards...Recorded two 100-yard rushing games. 2010 SEASON Played in a total of five games...Scored first collegiate touchdown against Livingstone (10/23). HIGH SCHOOL Played running back, fullback and inside linebacker at Manteo High School...Was a threeyear starter and letterwinner...Finished prep career with 3,647 yards and 40 touchdowns on 341 carries...Rushed 108 times for 2,002 yards and 25 touchdowns during senior seasons; also added 137 tackles, two sacks and two fumble recoveries on the defensive side of the ball... Named Four Rivers Conference Player of the Year and Team MVP in 2009...Selected to the All-Albermarle Team and Team MVP in 2008... Voted the 2008-09 Manteo High School Athlete of the Year. Colon Bailey’s Career Statistics RUSHING Year G Att Yds TD Lg 2010 6 11 51 1 15 2011 9 150 655 12 25 2012 10 178 1015 10 40 Total 25 339 1721 23 40

Avg/C 4.6 4.4 5.7 5.1

Avg/G 8.5 72.8 101.5 68.9


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Colon Bailey’s Career Statistics cont. RECEIVING Year G Rec Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G 2010 6 1 20 0 20 20.0 3.3 2011 9 6 57 0 17 9.5 6.3 2012 10 5 28 0 12 5.6 2.8 Total 25 12 105 0 20 8.8 4.2 KICK RETURNS Year G No 2010 6 0 2011 9 0 2012 10 1 Total 25 1

Yds 0 0 13 13

TD 0 0 0 0

Lg 0 0 13 13

Avg/R Avg/G 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 13.0 1.3 13.0 0.1

2012 SEASON Redshirted HIGH SCHOOL Attended Reidsville High School...Recorded 46 tackles as a senior...Added 1.5 sacks, forced one fumble, recovered four fumbles and defended two passes...Rushed nine times for 48 yards, including a long run of 22. PERSONAL Full Name: Raven B. Broadnax...Born on October 7, 1992.

DEANTHONY BROOKS RUNNING BACK R-Fr. • 5-9 • 175lbs Greensboro, NC Page HS ™

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2012 SEASON Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL Attended Page High School. PERSONAL Full Name: DeAnthony Tyshon Brooks...Born on April 12, 1994...Is majoring Criminal Justice.

JOHN BROWN LINEBACKER

DEFENSIVE BACK So. • 6-2 • 200lbs Manteo, NC Manteo HS ™

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2012 SEASON Redshirted. 2011 SEASON Played in eight games as a freshman...W freshman...Was eighth on the team in tackles...Recorded a career-high seven tackles in season finale against Virginia Union (11/5). HIGH SCHOOL Attended Manteo High School...Led the defense as a senior with 134 tackles (84 unassisted)... Averaged 9.6 tackles per game and led the team with four interceptions...Rushed for a team-high 1,091 yards and 12 touchdowns...Caught seven passes for 241 yards and two touchdowns. PERSONAL Is the brother of current FSU running back Colon Bailey, Jr. Bailey’s Career Statistics Tackles Year G UA A Total FF 2011 8 18 13 31 1

RAVEN BROADNAX LINEBACKER R-Fr. • 6-1 • 213lbs Reidsville, NC Reidsville HS ™

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FR 1

Blk 0

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2012 SEASON Played in all ten games with eight starts... Finished seventh on the team in total tackles... Tallied a season-high six tackles twice against UNC Pembroke (9/8) and Elizabeth City State (9/22). 2011 SEASON Appeared in six games during his freshman season...Had a season-high five tackles in backto-back games against Elizabeth City State (9/17) and Winston-Salem State (9/24)... HIGH SCHOOL Played at Seventy-First High School...Was a four-year starter at Seventy-First...Was part of the 2008 Class AAAA state championship team... PERSONAL Full Name: John Emanuel Brown...Born on April 17, 1992...Majoring in Pre-Med. Brown’s Career Statistics Tackles Year G UA A Total 2011 6 5 9 14 2012 10 20 14 34 Total 16 25 23 48 Sacks Year G 2011 6 2012 10 Total 16

UA 0 0 0

Kick Returns Year G 2011 6 2012 10 Total 16

No 0 1 1

R-Fr. • 6-2 • 175lbs Salisbury, NC Salisbury HS ™

TFL 2.0-5 6.0-20 8.0-25

FR 1 0 1

DEREK BRYANT QUARTERBACK So. • 6-3 • 230lbs Carrboro, NC Carrboro HS

Total Yds 0.0 0 0.5 3 0.5 3

Yds Avg/R 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0

Avg/G 0.0 0.0 0.0

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2012 SEASON Started in his first collegiate game against No. 2 Winston-Salem State...Had a long pass of 18 yards. HIGH SCHOOL Played at Carrboro High School...Was rated as a two-star recruit by Rivals.com...Threw for 2,650 yards during his senior season with 24 touchdown passes against just seven interceptions...Also ranked fourth in quarterback efficiency throughout the Raleigh area. PERSONAL Full Name: Derek Jamal Bryant...Born on December 14, 1992...Majoring in Physical Education. Bryant’s Career Statistics Passing Year G Cmp-Att-Int Yds 2012 1 10-16-1 80 Rushing Year G 2012 1

Att 4

Yds -11

Lg 18

Pct Avg/G 62.5 80.0

Lg Avg/C Avg/G 3 -2.8 -11.0

NICK BYNKOSKI QUARTERBACK So. • 6-2 • 185lbs Duncan, BC Atlanta Sports Acad. ™

A 0 1 1

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2012 SEASON Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL Attended Salisbury High School...Played both free safety and strong safety on the varsity football team...Played football, wrestled and ran track...Registered 20 tackles in a contest against Central Davidson during his senior season... PERSONAL Full Name: William Henry Brown...Born on January 5, 1994...Is undecided on a major.

Jr. • 6-2 • 247lbs Fayetteville, NC Seventy-First HS

KWAMERE BAILEY

WILLIAM BROWN STRONG SAFETY

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2012 SEASON Made first collegiate touchdown with a threeyard run against Livingstone (10/27). HIGH SCHOOL Attended Atlanta Sports Academy... Participated in the 2011 Senior Bowl and was named the West’s Offensive Player of the Game. Bynkoski’s Career Statistics Passing Year G Cmp-Att-Int 2012 2 0-2-0

Pct Avg/G 0.0 0.0

Rushing Year G 2012 2

Lg 3

Att 4

Yds -1

TD 1

Avg/G -0.5


BRONCOS CHRISTOPHER DIGGS DEFENSIVE LINE

So. • 6-5 • 290lbs Smithfield, NC Smithfield-Selma HS

So. • 6-0 • 225lbs Hamlet, NC Richmond Sr. HS

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2012 SEASON Red-Shirted. 2011 SEASON Played in one game during his freshman season; which came against Elizabeth City State (9/17). HIGH SCHOOL Attended Smithfield-Selma High School. PERSONAL Full Name: Michael Wayne Chery...Born on January 18, 1992...Majoring in Chemistry.

TEVIN CLAY WIDE RECEIVER So. • 6-0 • 181lbs Wilmington, NC Laney HS ™

TD 1

7

Lg 30

Avg/C Avg/G g/ g/G 16.2 11.6 1.6

CHRIS CRUMITY WIDE RECEIVER R-Fr. • 6-0 • 204lbs Benson, NC South Johnston HS ™

Punt Returns Year G No 2012 10 5

79

2012 SEASON Appeared in five games during his freshman shman season. HIGH SCHOOL Attended Richmond Senior High School...Played Played defensive end for the Raiders. PERSONAL Full Name: Christopher Lamar Diggs...Born rn on February 5, 1994...Majoring in Nursing. Diggs’ Career Statistics Tackles Year G UA A Total TFL 2012 5 1 2 3 0.0-0

DAVAR DOVE LINEBACKER

2012 SEASON Played in seven games with one start...Made .Made first collegiate start in conference opener against gainst Elizabeth City State (9/22)...Had a season-long n-long reception of 30 yards at Shaw (10/6). HIGH SCHOOL Attended Laney High School...Led during ng his senior seasons with 78 catches for 1,084 y yards and 16 touchdowns. PERSONAL Full Name: Tevin J. Clay...Born on April pril 7, 1994...Majoring in Sport Science. Clay’s Career Statistics Receiving Year G Rec Yds 2012 7 5 81

Duran’s Career Statistics Receiving Year G Rec Yds TD 2012 10 24 183 1

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2012 SEASON Redshirted HIGH SCHOOL Attended South Johnston High School... Played for Head Coach Shane Dular at South Johnston...Caught 90 passes for 1,681 yards and 13 touchdowns in final two seasons...Had season-high ten catches in a single game twice... Recorded seven receptions for 184 yards and two scores as a senior against Southern Wayne... During his senior season, had 43 receptions for 802 yards and nine touchdowns PERSONAL Full Name: Christopher William Crumity...Born on May 11, 1993.

Fr. • 5-11 • 201lbs Winston-Salem, NC W. Forsyth HS ™

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2012 SEASON Redshirted HIGH SCHOOL Attended West Forsyth High School. PERSONAL Full Name: Davar Lee Dove...Born on February bruary 25, 1994...Is majoring in Criminology.

Tackles Year G 2012 10

UA 1

Yds 15 A 0

Total 1

DARRIAN ENNIS TIGHT END Sr. • 6-3 • 240lbs Durham, NC Northern Durham HS ™

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2012 SEASON Played in six games...Had a long catch for eight yards in the contest. 2010 SEASON Made an appearance in two games. HIGH SCHOOL Attended Northern Durham High School. PERSONAL Full Name: Darrian Jamaal Ennis...Born on February 13, 1991...Majoring in Mass Communications. Ennis’ Career Statistics Receiving Year G Rec Yds 2010 2 0 0 2011 6 2 10 2012 6 2 21 Total 14 4 31

TD 0 0 0 0

MICHAEL FOGG STRONG SAFETY

Sr. • 5-10 • 180lbs Gilbert, AZ Gilbert HS Arizona State ™

Jr. • 5-11 • 195lbs Raleigh, NC Apex HS

2012 SEASON Transfered to FSU from Arizona State University...Played in all ten games...Finished nished the season third on the team with 24 receptions for 183 yards...Caught a seson-high five passes for 54 yards and one touchdown at Shaw (10/6); had a season-long reception of 27 yards... Recorded at least one catch in all ten games. ARIZONA STATE Transferred to Arizona State from Scottsdale Community College...Was a wide receiver on the Sun Devils football team. SCOTTSDALE CC Played in nine games during his sophomore season...Caught 22 passes for 228 yards and one touchdown...Averaged over two catches per game...Returned two kickoffs for a total of 30 yards. HIGH SCHOOL Attended Gilbert High School...Was named AllFiesta Region. PERSONAL Full Name: Anthony J. Duran...Born on September 29, 1989...Majoring in Physical Education.

Avg/C Avg/G 7.6 18.3

Lg Avg/R Avg/G 13 3.0 1.5

ANTHONY DURAN WIDE RECEIVER

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Avg/C Avg/G 0.0 0.0 5.0 1.7 10.5 3.5 7.8 2.2

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2012 SEASON Played in all ten games as a sophomore. 2011 SEASON Started in two games while appearing in nine... Made his first collegiate start in season opener against UNC Pembroke (9/3)...Reocrded a season-high six tackles against Elizabeth City State (9/17). 2010 SEASON Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL Played for Head Coach Bob Wolfe at Apex High School...Was a member of the Tri-9 4A AllConference Team in 2009 while being named Team MVP and Defensive Player of the Year... Selected as Honorable Mention Tri-9 4A AllConference Team in 2008. PERSONAL Full Name: Michael Jarrod Fogg...Born on September 9, 1992...Majoring in Physical Education. Fogg’s Career Statistics Tackles Year G UA A 2011 8 18 11 2012 10 23 12 Total 18 41 23

Total TFL 29 2.0-3 35 0.5-1 64 2.5-4

FF 1 0 1

FR 0 2 2


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Fogg’s Career Statistics Cont. Interceptions Year G No Yds TD Lg 2011 8 1 30 0 30 2012 10 1 0 0 0 Total 18 2 30 0 30

JERMAINE FOX DEFENSIVE BACK

KENDRELL GREEN DEFENSIVE LINE

DEVONTA HOOKER RUNNING BACK

Sr. • 6-5 • 265lbs Pleasant Hill, NC (Hampton-West HS)

Fr. • 5-7 • 190lbs Greensboro, NC Page HS

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2012 SEASON Appeared in three games. 2011 SEASON Sr. • 6-0 • 200lbs Did not play in any games. 2010 SEASON Oakland, CA Played in one game...Made first collegiate Inderkum HS appearance against Saint Augustine’s (10/2). ™ Sierra CC HIGH SCHOOL 2012 SEASON Attended North Hampton-West High School. Transferred from Sierra Community College... PERSONAL Played in nine games during his junior season... Full Name: Kendrell D’mone Green...Born on Registered a season-high eight tackles in November 18, 1991...Majoring in Psychology. conference opener against Virginia Union (9/15). HIGH SCHOOL Green’s Career Statistics Attended Inderkum High School...As a senior, Tackles ran for 232 yards and four touchdowns on 23 Year G UA A Total TFL carries; totaled seven touchdowns during the 2010 1 0 0 0 0.0-0 season. 2012 3 3 2 5 1.0-8 Total 4 3 2 5 1.0-8 Fox’s Career Statistics

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Tackles Year G 2012 9

UA 14

A 3

Total TFL 17 1.0-2

MARQUEL GATHERS LINEBACKER So. • 5-11 • 140lbs Smithfield, NC W. Johnston HS ™

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2012 SEASON Named to the CIAA All-Rookie Team...Played in eight games with one start...Had a career-high six tackles in back-to-back games against Shaw (10/6) and Johnson C. Smith (10/13). HIGH SCHOOL Attended West Johnston High School...Played linebacker and fullback for the Wildcats. PERSONAL Full Name: Marquel Deonte’ Gathers...Born on December 19, 1993 Gather’s Career Statistics Tackles Year G UA A Total TFL 2012 8 15 7 22 3.5-7 Sacks Year 2012

G 8

UA 0

A 1

Total Yds 0.5 2

ANDRE GILLESPIE RUNNING BACK Fr. • 6-1 • 182lbs Garner, NC Garner HS ™

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2012 SEASON Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL Attended Garner High School...Played multiple positions during his senior season including defensive end, tight end, linebacker, tailback and fullback; as well as the team’s punter.

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2012 SEASON Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL Attended Salisbury High School. PERSONAL Full Name: Devonta Latavise Hooker...Born on July 4, 1994

TREBOR JACKSON,, JR. OFFENSIVE LINE So. • 6-2 • 340lbs Goldsboro, NC Goldsboro HS ™

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2012 SEASON Played in one game as a sophomore...Made an appearance in the Homecoming victory over Livingstone (10/27) CHRISTOPHER 2011 SEASON HAIRSTON Did not appear in any games. HIGH SCHOOL RUNNING BACK Attended Goldsboro High School...Played both offensive and defensive line for the Cougars...As Jr. • 6-0 • 182lbs a senior, had five total tackles...Registered 16 Jacksonville, NC tackles during his junior season. PERSONAL SW Onslow HS ™ Full Name: Trebor Joseph Jackson...Born on 2012 SEASON November 30, 1992...Majoring in Criminal Played in eight games...Finished third on the team Justice. in rushing with 118 yards...Rushed for a seasonhigh 66 yards in 11 carries in Homecoming DARIUS victory against Livingstone (10/27). 2011 SEASON JEFFERS Appeared in eight games with four starts... Posted first career 100-yard rushing game DEFENSIVE BACK against Winston-Salem State (9/24) as he ran for 110 yards on 20 carries...Recorded first Fr. • 5-10 • 168lbs collegiate touchdown at home against Elizabeth Wallace, NC City State (9/17). Wallace-Rose Hill HS HIGH SCHOOL ™ Attended SW Onslow High School. 2012 SEASON PERSONAL Played in two games as a freshman with one Is majoring in Physical Education/Biology. start...Made his first career start at Chowan Hairston’s Career Statistics (9/29)...Earned a redshirt season. Rushing HIGH SCHOOL Year G Att Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G Attended Wallace-Rose High School...Played 2011 8 62 304 2 55 4.9 38.0 running back and cornerback...Is the son ofa 2012 8 31 118 0 33 3.8 14.8 football coach...Chose FSU over Division I offers Total 16 93 422 2 55 4.5 26.8 from Western Carolina and Coastal Carolina... Was a member of Wallace-Rose Hill's 4x100 and Receiving 4x200 track and field relay teams. Year G Rec Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G PERSONAL 2011 8 6 21 0 12 3.5 2.6 Full Name: Darius Juwan Jeffers...Born on 2012 8 4 49 0 22 12.2 6.1 January 13, 1994 Total 16 10 70 0 22 7.0 4.4

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Kick Returns Year G 2011 8 2012 8 Total 16

No 3 5 8

Yds 49 66 115

Lg 18 26 26

Avg/R Avg/G 16.3 6.1 13.2 8.2 14.4 7.2


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UA 11 48 59

A Total TFL 3 14 1.0-1 45 93 4.5-16 48 107 5.5-17

Fr. • 6-2 • 298lbs Colerain, NC Bertie HS

Interceptions Year G 2011 9 2012 10 Total 19

No 0 4 4

Yds TD 0 0 106 1 106 1

Sacks Year G 2011 9 2012 10 Total 19

UA 0 0 0

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2012 SEASON Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL Attended Bertie High School...Was a four-year letterwinner on the varsity football team and was named team captain as a senior...Recorded 63 tackles during his senior season; as well as eight tackles for loss, three sacks and one fumble return for a touchdown...Was twice named to the Roanoke-Chowan News-Herald All-Area Team...Selected to the Northeastern Coastal All-Conference Team and was named the Best Defensive Lineman as a senior. PERSONAL Full Name: William Derelle Jenkins...Born on December 11, 1993...Majoring in Accounting.

WILL JENKINS RUNNING BACK Fr. • 5-7 • 160lbs Newton, NC Maiden HS ™

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Johnson’s Career Statistics Kick Returns Year G No Yds TD 2011 9 3 43 0 2012 10 17 404 1 Total 19 20 447 1

Lg 20 94 94

Avg/R Avg/G 14.3 4.8 23.8 40.4 22.4 23.5

Lg 0 62 62

JAMESEN KIMBROUGH LINEBACKER Jr. • 5-11 • 190lbs Winston-Salem, NC Fork Union Military

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2012 SEASON Redshirted 2011 SEASON Played in four games as a sophomore. 2010 SEASON Registered a career-high five tackles versus Livingstone (10/23). PERSONAL Full Name: Jamesen Franklin Kimbrough...Is gh...Is majoring in Criminal Justice. Kimbrough’s Career Statistics Tackles Year G UA A Total TFL 2010 8 6 9 15 1.5-7 2011 4 3 1 4 0.0 Total 12 9 10 19 1.5-7 Sacks Year G 2010 8 2011 4 Total 12

2012 SEASON Played in all ten games with seven starts...Led the FSU defense as a sophomore with 93 total tackles...Ranked fifth in the CIAA in total tackles and tied for fifth in interceptions...Led the team with 23.8 yards per kickoff return...Was named the CIAA Defensive Back of the Week (10/15) after recording a career-high 19 tackles against Johnson C. Smith; which fell one tackle shy of breaking the school record set in 1997 by Sam Washington. 2011 SEASON Appeared in seven games with five starts. HIGH SCHOOL Attended Cary High School. PERSONAL Full Name: Michael Donte’ Johnson...Born on November 21, 1992...Majoring in Criminal Justice.

FR 0 2 2

Total Yds 0.0 0 0.5 5 0.5 5

2012 SEASON Redshirted HIGH SCHOOL Attended Maiden High School. PERSONAL Full Name: William Pernel Jenkins...Born on June 15, 1994

Jr. • 6-3 • 190lbs Raleigh, NC Cary HS

A 0 1 1

FF 0 2 2

UA 0 0 0

A 1 0 1

Total Yds 0.5 5 0.0 0 0.5 5

ROY LOWDER TIGHT END Fr. • 6-2 • 230lbs Fayetteville, NC St. Paul’s HS ™

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2012 SEASON Redshirted HIGH SCHOOL Attended St. Paul’s High School...Caught nine passes for 186 yards and three touchdowns as a junior; recorded four total touchdowns on the season...Added 11 catches for 237 yards and two touchdowns during his senior season... Played linebacker on defense...Also played on the varsitu basketball team. PERSONAL Full Name: Roy Lemuel Lowder...Born on April 15, 1994...Majoring in Physical Education

SIMEON MARSHALL DEFENSIVE BACK Sr. • 6-2 • 193lbs Jacksonville, NC SW Onslow HS

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2012 SEASON Appeared in all ten games with eight starts... Finished the season fourth on the team in total tackles...Had a season-high nine tackles (all solo) at Saint Augustine’s (10/20)... 2011 SEASON Started in all nine games played... 2010 SEASON Played in seven games with two starts...Posted a career-high eight tackles against the WinstonSalem State contest. HIGH SCHOOL Attended Southwest Onslow High School. PERSONAL Full Name: Simeon Shaun Marshall...Born on May 31, 1992...Majoring in Physical Education. Marshall’s Career Statistics Tackles Year G UA A Total TFL 2010 9 17 10 27 0.0-0 2011 9 22 10 32 0.0-0 2012 10 31 14 45 0.0-0 Total 28 70 34 104 0.0-0 Interceptions Year G 2010 9 2011 9 Total 28

No 2 1 3

Yds 27 46 73

TD 0 1 1

Lg g 23 46 46

RENDALL MASH DEFENSIVE LINE So. • 6-1 • 280lbs Charlotte, NC Mallard Creek HS ™

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2012 SEASON Played in seven games as a freshman. HIGH SCHOOL Attended Mallard Creek High School...Was named I-Meck AAAA All-Conference...Registered 18 sacks in two seasons. PERSONAL Full Name: Rendall Lamar Mash...Born on November 21, 1993...Majoring in Physical Therapy. Mash’s Career Statistics Tackles Year G UA A Total TFL 2012 7 5 5 10 1.0-2


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Received KAIAC Scholar-Athlete Award...Scored a total of three touchdowns. PERSONAL Full Name: Joseph Leon McLean II...Born on January 20, 1991...Majoring in Criminal Justice.

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ANTONIO MAYO KICKER/PUNTER Jr. • 6-0 • 185lbs Jacksonville, NC Jacksonville HS ™

McLean’s Career Statistics Tackles Year G UA A Total TFL FF 2011 10 22 18 40 5.0-17 1 2012 10 21 18 39 5.5-19 0 Total 20 43 36 79 10.5-36 1

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2012 SEASON Received the Most Valuable Special Teams Player Award...Was twice recognized during Sacks the season by the Fred Mitchell Award...Ranked Year G UA A Total Yds second in the CIAA in field goals made with 11 2011 10 2 1 2.5 10 and third among kickers in points with 57...His 2012 10 1 0 1.0 8 longest field goal of 45 yards led all conference Total 20 3 1 3.5 18 kickers...Was second on the team in points scored...A career-long 64-yarder field goal vs. Punt Returns UNC Pembroke (9/8)...Recorded five punts of Year G No Yds Lg Avg/R Avg/G 50 yards or longer...Downed 14 punts inside the 2012 10 1 36 0 36.0 3.6 20-yard line. Total 20 1 36 0 36.0 1.8 2011 SEASON Made his only field goal attempt of the season as a freshman...Was successful on a 21-yard field PATRICK goal at Livingstone (10/22). MCNEILL HIGH SCHOOL Played for Head Coach Ben Marsh at Jacksonville STRONG SAFETY High School...Was recognized on the All-Coastal AAA Conference and All-Jacksonville Daily News Fr. • 6-2 • 190lbs First Teams...Named to the Honorable Mention Dunn, NC All-Coastal AAA Conference Team in 2008. Triton HS PERSONAL ™ Full Name: Antonio Felipe Mayo...Born Tennessee State on February 7, 1992...Majoring in Mass 2012 SEASON Communications. Transferred from Tennessee State...Redshirted. hirted. PERSONAL Mayo’s Career Statistics Full Name: Patrick Lee McNeill...Born on March Field Goals 25, 1994...Is majoring in Biology. Year G Made Att Lg Pct 2011 3 1 1 21 100.0 2012 10 11 18 45 61.1 ANDRE Total 13 12 18 45 63.2

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Punting Year G 2011 3 2012 19 Total 22

No Yds 0 0 50 1782 50 1782

Lg 0 64 64

Kickoffs Year G 2011 3 2012 10 Total 13

No Yds 0 0 45 2307 45 2307

Avg 0.0 51.3 51.3

Tackles Year G 2011 3 2012 10 Total 13

UA 1 1 2

Avg 0.0 35.6 35.6

MONTGOMERY RUNNING BACK So. • 6-0 • 220lbs Goldsboro, NC Goldsboro HS ™

A 0 0 0

Total 1 1 2

JOSEPH MCLEAN LINEBACKER Jr. • 6-2 • 240lbs Bunnlevel, NC Jacksonville HS ™ Tennessee State

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2012 SEASON Appeared in all ten games with eight starts... Was fifth on the team in total tackles with 39. 2011 SEASON Transferred to FSU from Tennessee State... Played in all ten games...Recorded a seasonhigh seven tackles at Carson-Newman (9/8). HIGH SCHOOL Attended Seoul American High School...Played football overseas at U.S. Army Military Base...

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2012 SEASON Named to the CIAA All-Rookie Team...Awarded a ded the team’s Most Valuable Newcomer Award... ward... Played in all ten games with five starts...Posted Posted back-to-back 100-yard rushing games against gainst Chowan (9/29) and Shaw (10/6) HIGH SCHOOL ed for Attended Goldsboro High School...Rushed 1553 yards and 24 touchdowns as a senior... nior... Tallied a total of 28 touchdowns and averaged eraged 129.4 rushing yards per game...Ran for 2,021 yards and 22 tocudhwosn as a junior...Averaged eraged 144.4 yards per game and 10 yards per carry... arry... As a sophomore, rushed for 1,132 yards and 17 touchdowns. PERSONAL Full Name: Andre Tyler Montgomery...Born ..Born on November 12, 1992...Majoring in Business siness Administration. Montgomery’s Career Statistics Rushing Year G Att Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G 2012 10 86 446 1 45 5.2 44.6 Receiving Year G 2012 10

Rec Yds 9 34

Kick Returns Year G No 2012 10 3

Yds 23

TD 1

Lg 10

Avg/C Avg/G 3.8 3.4

TD 0

Lg 12

Avg/R Avg/G 7.7 2.3

REGINALD PARKER DEFENSIVE BACK So. • 6-1 • 183lbs Robersonville, NC South Creek HS ™

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2012 SEASON Played in six games as a freshman...Recorded a career-high six tackles twice against Shaw (10/6) and No. 2 Winston-Salem State (11/3). HIGH SCHOOL Attended South Creek High School. PERSONAL Full Name: Reginald Je’quan Parker...Born on February 15, 1994...Majoring in Business Administration. Parker’s Career Statistics Tackles Year G UA A Total TFL 2012 6 13 5 18 1.0-1

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THOMAS PERRY DEFENSIVE LINE So. • 6-2 • 228lbs Colerain, NC Bertie HS ™

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2012 SEASON Did not play in any games. 2011 SEASON Redshirted HIGH SCHOOL Attended Bertie High School...Played in the North Carolina Coaches Association East-West Game following his senior season...Earned AllNortheastern Central Conference and First Team All-Roanoke-Chowan honors as well as the region’s Best Defensive Player in 2010... As a senior, finished with 55 tackles, six sacks and two touchdowns...Also played tight end on offense...Contributed 50 tackles, two sacks and one fumble recovery in eight games played during his junior season. PERSONAL Full Name: Thomas Earl Perry...Born on April 22, 1992...Majoring in Criminal Justice.

CHRIS PERSON DEFENSIVE BACK Jr. • 5-11 • 185lbs Cove City, NC West Craven HS ™

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2012 SEASON Was a two-way player for the Broncos. 2011 SEASON Played in seven games during his freshman season. 2010 SEASON Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL Played at West Craven High School...Earned All-Sun Journal First Team and All-Coastal AAA Conference for two straight seasons...Started for two seasons at wide receiver and defensive back...Had six kickoff returns and two punt returns for touchdowns...Compiled 2,000 yards receiving and 20 touchdowns in career at West Craven.


BRONCOS

Punt Returns Year G No 2012 7 0 Total 13 0 Tackles Year G 2011 6 2012 7 Total 13

UA 6 7 13

Interceptions Year G No 2012 7 1 Total 13 1

Yds 2 2

Lg 1 2

A 4 1 5

Total 10 8 18

TD 1 1

Avg/R Avg/G 0.0 0.3 0.0 0.2

CORBIN RASCOE RUNNING BACK

Sr. • 6-4 • 318lbs Southern Pines, NC Pinecrest HS ™

Yds 0 0

Fr. • 5-8 • 187lbs Windsor, NC Bertie HS

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2012 SEASON Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL Played at Bertie High School...Led the team am in rushing as a senior with 590 yards and seven touchdowns...Averaged 6.5 yards per carry... arry... Ran a 10.6-second 100-yard dash. PERSONAL Full Name: Corbin James Rascoe...Born on n May 15, 1992.

MARCUS REED OFFENSIVE LINE

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2012 SEASON Appeared in seven games with six starts playing at the guard position. 2011 SEASON Made an appearance in four games with three starts...Made his first collegiate start in n third game of the season against Elizabeth City y State (9/19). 2010 SEASON Played in six games with five starts. HIGH SCHOOL necrest Played for Head Coach Chris Metzger at Pinecrest High School...Was named to the All-Southeastern astern ...Also AAAA Conference Team as a junior...Also n 4A wrestled; garnering All-Southeastern on. Conference honors during his senior season. PERSONAL Full Name: Blade Douglas Shoop.. Shoop...Born rn on December 20, 1991...Majoring in Physical h i l Education.

JALEN SOWELL DEFENSIVE BACK So. • 5-10 • 160lbs Monroe, NC Monroe HS ™

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2012 SEASON Appeared in eight games with five starts... Registered a season-high three tackles twice against Virginia Union (9/15) and Elizabeth City State (9/22). HIGH SCHOOL Jr. • 6-5 • 350lbs Played for his father, Johnny Sowell, at Monroe Montgomery, TX High School...Was a two-way player at Monroe... Montgomery HS Threw for 1,679 yards and 23 touchdowns ™ during his senior season while averaging 8.7 Kilgore JC yards per carry...Recorded 33 total tackles, 2012 SEASON including 28 unassisted, as a free safety...Had Transferred from Kilgore Junior College... one interception and two fumble recoveries... Redshirted. Ranked second on the team as a senior with six KILGORE JUNIOR COLLEGE passes defended. Played for two seasons under Head Coach ch J.J. PERSONAL Eckert. Full Name: Jalen Lewis Sowell...Born on October HIGH SCHOOL 13, 1992...Is undecided on a major. Attended Montgomery High School. PERSONAL Full Name: Marcus Laurence Reed...Born rn on COURTNEY June 16, 1992...Is majoring in Sociology.

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TRAVIS SCALES DEFENSIVE BACK Fr. • 6-0 • 185lbs Southern Pines, NC Pinecrest HS ™ Lenoir-Rhyne Col.

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2012 SEASON Transferred from Lenoir-Rhyne...Redshirted.

NEW MEXICO MILITARY Played linebacker for two seasons...As a sophomore, played in three games and recorded 11 tackles (five solo, six assisted)...Tallied one sack and added two pass breakups...Recorded one interception and returned it 20 yards... Played in seven games as a freshman and registered 22 tackles (13 solo, nine assisted)... Had two tackles for loss and two sacks. HIGH SCHOOL Attended Ocean Lakes High School. Tate’s Career Statistics Tackles Year G UA A Total TFL 2012 7 7 9 16 3.5-11 Sacks Year 2012

G 7

UA 0

Total Yds 0.5 5

Jr. • 5-11 • 173lbs Monroe, NC (Monroe HS) ™

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2012 SEASON Played in nine games...Caught a seasonhigh seven catches against Johnson C. Smith (10/13)...Recorded a season-best 73 yards receiving against Livingstone (10/27); had a season-long catch of 53 yards. 2011 SEASON Appeared in a total of seven games as a freshman...Had a long reception of 15 yards against Elizabeth City State (9/17). HIGH SCHOOL Played for Head Coach Johnny Sowell at Monroe High School...Was a standout athlete on both sides of the ball...Finished second on the team in rushing as a senior with 1,071 yards and seven touchdowns...Caught eight passes for 199 yards and three touchdowns...Was among the team leaders in tackles with 85...Averaged 6.1 tackles per game while adding three fumble recoveries, two forced fumbles, one sack and one interception. PERSONAL Full Name: Ricardo Ranard White...Born on December 29, 1992...Majoring in Pre-Nursing. White’s Career Statistics Rushing Year G Att Yds TD 2012 9 3 13 0 Total 16 3 13 0

Lg 10 10

Avg/C Avg/G 4.3 1.4 4.3 0.8

Receiving Year G 2011 7 2012 9 Total 16

Lg 15 53 53

Avg/C Avg/G 9.0 3.9 12.3 41.0 12.0 24.8

Lg 24 24

Avg/R Avg/G 24.0 2.7 24.0 1.5

Rec Yds TD 3 27 0 30 369 1 33 396 1

Kick Returns Year G No 2012 9 1 Total 16 1

Sr. • 6-1 • 215lbs Indian Trail, NC Ocean Lakes HS ™ New Mexico Military

Tackles Year G 2011 7 Total 16

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RICARDO WHITE WIDE RECEIVER

TATE LINEBACKER

2012 SEASON Transferred from New Mexico Military Institute... Appeared in seven games as a junior...Recorded a season-high six tackles at Saint Augustine’s (10/20)...

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PERSONAL HIGH SCHOOL Full Name: Christopher Deonte Person...Born on Attended Pinecrest High School where he played June 4, 1992...Majoring in Physical Education. quarterback...Was a three-year starter for the Patriots...Ran and passed for more than 2,000 Person’s Career Statistics yards during his senior season... Receiving Year G Rec Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G BLADE 2012 7 1 7 0 7 7.0 1.0 Total 13 1 7 0 7 7.0 0.5

UA 4 4

Yds 24 24

TD 0 0

A 1 1

Total 5 5


BRONCOS KASUNN WILLIAMS WIDE RECEIVER

KION YOUNG FREE SAFETY

So. • 6-3 • 250lbs Raleigh, NC Enloe HS

Jr. • 6-3 • 195lbs Rocky Mount, NC Monroe HS ™ NC Central Univ.

So. • 6-0 • 175lbs Kernersville, NC Glenn HS

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JESSE WHITLEY DEFENSIVE LINE

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2012 SEASON Did not appear in any games. 2011 SEASON Played in one game against Elizabeth City State (9/17). HIGH SCHOOL Attended Enloe High School...Also played on the varsity basketball team. PERSONAL Full Name: Jesse C. Whitley...Born on March 9, 1993. Whitley’s Career Statistics Tackles Year G UA A Total 2011 1 0 1 1

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2012 SEASON Played in all ten games with seven starts... Recorded a season-best 88 yards receiving on three catches at UNC Pembroke (9/8); also had a season-long 52 yard reception in the game... Had at least one catches in all ten games... 2011 SEASON Appeared in five games...In his first collegiate game against Saint Augustine’s (10/1), had a season-long 28 yard reception. HIGH SCHOOL Attended East Wake High School. PERSONAL Full Name: Kasunn Lovar Williams...Born on July 29, 1992...Majoring in Physical Education. Williams’ Career Statistics Receiving Year G Rec Yds TD 2011 5 5 125 0 2012 10 28 368 1 Total 15 33 493 1

Lg 35 52 52

Avg/C 25.0 13.1 14.9

Avg/G 25.0 36.8 32.9

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2012 SEASON Did not appear in any games. HIGH SCHOOL Attended Kernersville High School...Was named Piedmont Triad All-Conference as a senior as well as the league’s Most Outstanding Defensive Player...As a junior, recorded 70 tackles and had one interception. PERSONAL Full Name: Kion Malik Young...Born on July 31, 1994...Majoring in Pre-Law.


BRONCOS key newcomers BENJAMIN BROWN LINEBACKER

JAVON HAMPTON DEFENSIVE LINE

RUEBEN ORTEGA LINEBACKER

Jr. • 6-1 • 295lbs Carson City, NV Santa Monica JC

Jr. • 6-2 • 235lbs Los Angeles, CA Santa Monica JC

Jr. • 6-2 • 285lbs Perris, CA Riverside CC

Jr. • 6-1 • 230lbs Stanton, CA Golden West CC

Coach Kershaw on Barlow: “Justin is big, strong and athletic. He gives us some added depth. We are looking for him to come in and play for us.”

PHILLIP BELL WIDE RECEIVER Fr. • 5-10 • 180lbs Fayetteville, NC E.E. Smith HS ™

Coach Kershaw on Bell: “We are expecting him to come in and have an immediate impact for us at wide receiver. He is a real fast, shifty kind of guy. We expect him to play early for us at wide receiver.”

RONALD BELL,, JR. DEFENSIVE LINE Fr. • 6-1 • 270lbs Boynton, FL Delray Beach HS ™

Coach Kershaw on Bell, Jr.: “Ronald is a high school defensive lineman that we are looking to bring in and develop. He is a bigger-type kid. We are looking for him to provide some depth for us.”

Coach Kershaw on Brown: “He is big and athletic; bigger than the guys we have. We are looking for him to come in and play.”

EDWARD DORSEY OFFENSIVE LINE Jr. • 6-5 • 325lbs Los Angeles, CA Los Angeles Harbor Coll ™

Coach Kershaw on Dorsey: “He is a 6-5 offensive tackle that is real athletic and tall. He fills a need.”

JAMAR FERGUSON DEFENSIVE LINE/LS Jr. • 6-1 • 260lbs Far Rockaway, NY ASA CC ™

Coach Kershaw on Ferguson: “Jamar is a defensive lineman/long snapper. We look for him to come in and start at long snapper for us and give us some added depth on the defensive line.”

JEREMIE BOLOBIONGO LINEBACKER

TAVON GATLIN WIDE RECEIVER

Fr. • 6-2 • 230lbs Raleigh, NC Garner HS

Jr. • 5-9 • 175lbs Virginia Beach, VA Globe Institute of Tech..

Coach Kershaw on Bolobiongo: “He fills a need in what we were looking for in a bigger type of linebacker that is athletic and can run. He is a true freshman, along with Bell, but we are expecting him to come in and play.”

Coach Kershaw on Ortega: “Rueben is a transfer inside linebacker for us. He fits a need. He is big, athletic and can run. We are looking for him to come in and play for us.”

JEMERYN JENKINS QUARTERBACK

T TIM THORB T LINEBACKER L

Jr. • 6-1 • 195lbs Adelanto, CA Victor Valley CC

F • 6-2 • 235lbs Fr. Raleigh, NC R G Garner HS

Coach Kershaw on Jenkins: “He is a transfer quarterback with a real strong arm, athletic and can run. We are looking for him to compete for the starting quarterback job.”

R REGINALD LEWIS L O OFFENSIVE LINE JJr. • 6-3 • 280lbs D Detroit, MI V Victor Valley CC ™

Coach Kershaw on Lewis: “Reginald is a transfer offensive lineman. He is a junior-college kid that is real athletic. We look for him to come in and help us immediately.”

WILLIAM NELSON LINEBACKER Fr. • 6-1 • 295lbs Washington, DC Friendship Collegiate ™

Coach Kershaw on Gatlin: “Tavon is a transfer wide receiver in the same mold as Bell, but is a transfer and makes him older. We were looking for some shifty, fast guys to work out slot positions and he fits that bill.”

Coach Kershaw on Hampton: “Javon is a defensive tackle, we felt we needed to get bigger in the interior. He is a big, athletic lineman and we are looking for him to come in and play.”

Coach Kershaw on Nelson: “William is freshman linebacker from Washington, DC. He is a bigger, athletic type of guy. We are looking for him to help us at outside linebacker.”

Coach Kershaw on Thorb: “Tim is a linebacker and comes from the same school as Bolobiongo. He is big and athletic. We are looking for him to come in and play for us.”

D DONDRE WHITMIRE W DEFENSIVE LINE D F • 6-2 • 295lbs Fr. Washington, DC W Friendship Collegiate F ™

Coach Kershaw on Whitmire: “Dondre is a freshman offensive lineman from Washington, DC. He is real athletic and can move. We look for him to come in and provide some depth for us.”

D DARRIUS WIRT W D DEFENSIVE LINE F • 6-3 • 275lbs Fr. Raeford, NC R Hoke County HS H ™

Coach Kershaw on Whitmire: “Darius is a local kid from Hoke County. He is big, athletic and can move. We are looking for him to come in and help early on.”

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JUSTIN BARLOW DEFENSIVE LINE


#18 Michael Johnson USA College Football Division II preseason All-American


BRONCOS fsu broncos tune-up to return to the top of the ciaa Fayetteville State university made the preverbal stop at the crossroads In the driver’s seat of the Broncos Football program is firsttime Head Coach Lawrence Kershaw. A Virginia State alumnus (’95) who spent the past five years commanding the Florida A&M Rattlers offense. During his 17 years on the sidelines in various offensive positions, Kershaw contributed to two VSU Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) Championships (1995 and 1996) and one FAMU 2010 MidEastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Co-Championship. Kershaw takes over the Broncos after the program finished the 2012 season with a 2-8 overall record and 1-6 finish in the conference. Fayetteville State has an affluent gridiron history with three conference titles within the past decade and matching postseason play. Receiving the keys to the bus, Coach Kershaw faced a task of evaluating 17 juniors, 13 sophomores and 35 freshmen; all vying for the favor of the new coaching staff. Aggressive during the recruiting season, the new Bronco staff will bring in six defensive linemen, five linebackers, four offensive linemen, and two quarterbacks and wide receivers. The Bronco bus has been evaluated and given a tune-up for a successful run through the CIAA. BRONCOS OFFENSE A new offensive strategy will be implemented for the Gridiron Broncos. “Offensively we will run a spread offense,” states Head Coach Lawrence Kershaw at his introductory press conference. “Four receivers will be on the field; probably 99.9 percent of the time. We are going to be a fast-paced no-huddle team. Our tempo will probably be like Oregon, but systematically we will probably be more like Texas A&M.” The returning run-game of the Broncos will be the key staple to the fast-paced offense. Fayetteville State ranked third in the conference with 176.8 rushing yards per game. Rising senior Colon Bailey, Jr. (Manteo, NC) will lead the offense. Closing the 2012 season, the 1,015-yard rusher received All-CIAA accolades. He accounted for ten of the Broncos 17 rushing touchdowns and averaged 101.5 yards per game. Thus far for his career, Bailey, Jr. has 1,721 rushing yards and 23 TDs.

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Andre Montgomery (Goldsboro, NC) will rotate into the back-field with his 446-yard freshman year contribution. He was one of two Broncos to make the CIAA All-Rookie Team. Montgomery had a stellar performance against Chowan, last season, with 123 yards on 20 carries. Christopher Hairston (Junior - Jacksonville, NC) grounded out 118 net yards on 31 attempts. During his freshman campaign, Chris totaled 304 yards on 62 rushes. “The strength of our offense will be the running backs. We have three good ones back there; that we are real pleased with,” coach professes.

The program will sport ten returning wide receivers and four tight-ends this up-coming season. The corp will feature three receivers who combine to average 365 reception yards.

2013 season outlook

Fayetteville State University made the preverbal stop at the crossroads.

“I think we have some real good receivers coming back and also coming in,” declares Kershaw.

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Rising junior Ricardo White (Monroe, NC) racked up the most yards last season through the air. With 369 yards on 30 receptions, White averaged 12.3 yards per catch and 41 yards per nine games played.

Rising junior Kasunn Williams (Rocky Mount, NC) ranked second on the team with 368 receiving yards and 13.1 yards per catch. Williams had 28 receptions in ten games. He is seven yards away from 500 receiving yards in his collegiate career. Rising senior Antonio Allen (Raleigh, NC) pulled in 21 receptions for 357 yards with an average of 17 yards per catch. Allen had a total of 372 yards during his sophomore campaign. Three returning quarterbacks have been learning the new system through spring practices. Coach Kershaw has brought in a transfer quarterback and local standout Phillip Bell to strengthen the group.

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Bell was a factor last season for Fayetteville’s E.E. Smith High School; both throwing and running the football. He finished second in the county in passing and rushing en route to being named the Mid-South Conference 4A Player of the Year and The Fayetteville Observer’s All-Cape Fear Region Team. As a senior, Bell passed for 1,915 yards and 18 touchdowns on 203 attempts. He averaged 147.3 yards passing per game. On the ground, he rushed 1,415 yards on 147 carries and 20 touchdowns. He averaged 108.8 yards rushing per game. His athletic ability will be utilized behind center and in one of the split positions. Transfer Jemeryn Jenkins (6-1, 200lbs, San Bernardino, CA) of Victor Valley Community College will challenge for the starting quarterback role. Jenkins threw for 1,358 yards in ten games for the Rams in the California Community College Athletic Association. He carried the ball 109 times for 620 yards. Through the air, Jenkins accounts for ten touchdowns while three where made on his running ability. “The quarterback position is kind of the same thing as the receivers. I also think we have a good one that we brought in to compete with the guys that are already here. There will be some improvement there,” pledges coach.

The offensive line will return eight linemen for the 2013 season. The line will up its weight and mobility with the addition of two transfers and two rookies with an average weight of 294 pounds. Edward Dorsey (6-5, 325lbs, Los Angeles, CA) will depart L.A. Harbor College to join the Broncos along with Reginald Lewis (6-3, 280lbs, Detroit, MI) who was a teammate of the relocating quarterback Jenkins. Incoming freshmen Darrius Wirt and Dondre Whitmire will rotate into the lineup to keep the chains moving. Wirt, who has a 6-3, 275lb frame, will graduate from Hoke County High School in


BRONCOS Raeford, NC while Whitemire will travel south from Friendship Collegiate Academy High School in Washington, DC. Whitemire is 6-2 in height and weighs 295 pounds.

2013 season outlook

“Offensively, I think we are going to be real good as long as our new guys come in and do well for us,” says Coach Kershaw. “I thought we had a real good spring. The offensive line, I think, should be a strength for us.” BRONCOS DEFENSE “Defensively, we are going to go back-and-forth between a 3-4 and even front. We will play man and zone coverage. So we will be multiple in that aspect,” declares Head Coach Kershaw. “We answered some needs in our recruiting with the defensive line and linebackers.”

Five new linemen are on slate to report to official team activities. Off the scales with an average weight of 285 pounds, four of the linemen are JUCO transfers. Justin Barlow (6-1, 295lbs, Carson City, NV), Keith Sampson (6-2, 285lbs, Fresno, CA) and Javon Hampton (6-2, 285lbs, Perris, CA) hail from the west coast. Jamar Ferguson (6-1, 260, Far Rockaway, NY) completes the transfer list.

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Four linebackers return from last season and they will receive five new additions. Rising sophomore Marquel Gathers (Smithfield, NC) received CIAA All-Rookie Team honors with 22 registered tackles, three and a half tackles for a loss, and an unassisted sack. He played most of last season as a back-up to departing senior Bryce Williams. Williams had 70 stops in nine games with 16 tackles adding up for a loss

Joseph McLean ranks fifth on the Broncos defense in total tackles. At the outside-linebacker position, his 39 tackles include five and a half stops for a loss of 19 yards and one sack. He also finished with four passes defended and one blocked kick. Benjamin Brown (6-2, 225lbs, Los Angeles CA) and Rueben Ortega (6-1, 230lbs, Stanton, CA) will transfer from Santa Monica Junior College and Golden West Community College; respectfully.

SCHEDULE

Fayetteville State will open the season on September 7th; hosting Kershaw’s alma mater Virginia State. His first test as a head coach will kick off at 6:00 pm in L.N. Jeralds Stadium. The contest will highlight the university’s athletic hall of fame and the tenyear anniversary of the 2003 championship team. The game will also be a reunion for several coaches on Kershaw’s staff. Defensive Coordinator Errick Hargrove (Winston-Salem State, ’02) began his coaching career at VSU and matriculated on the sidelines for the past decade. Outside Linebackers Coach Theron Jones (Fayetteville State, ’05) spent his previous four seasons with the Trojans before returning to his alma mater. Since the 2000 season, the Broncos lead the series 6-3 with a two game win streak. The fifth annual Two Rivers Classic will have a change in weekends when the Broncos and the Braves of UNC Pembroke meet-up in Jeralds Stadium. The event, which developed into an instant rivalry, will now be the weekend following the Labor Day holiday. Fayetteville State will look to achieve its first win in the four-year history on September 14 at 6:00 pm. The classic will feature a golf tournament, business after-hours social, and a dance for students. FSU lost the inaugural game 34-41 in triple-overtime and last season 21-31. Fayetteville State will hit the road the following two weekends with a trip to Richmond, VA for a 7:00 pm matchup with Virginia Union on September 21. Offensive Coordinator Calvin Randall (Winston-Salem State, ’02) held several roles on both sides of the ball with the Panthers (his former employer) from 2004 till last season. FSU holds an 8-4 series lead since 2000.

“The best unit on the defense is the secondary,” states Kershaw. “We have some real good guys back there.” The secondary of Fayetteville State’s defense will return a total fifteen student-athletes.

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Michael Johnson (Jr., Free Safety – Raleigh, NC), who was recently named to the 2013 Lindy’s All-Division II First Team, will highlight the returning Bronco defenders. Johnson led FSU in tackles with 93 (48 solo and 45 assisted) and four interceptions. He ranked fifth amongst the CIAA in tackles and interceptions.

Simeon Marshall (Sr., Defensive Back – Jacksonville, NC) finished fourth on the team in total tackles. He recorded 31 solo stops and 14 assisted tackles. Marshall has a career count of 70 unassisted and 34 assisted tackles. “We should be much improved over last year’s defense; especially with the newcomers coming in. I think we should be real good,” declares Kershaw.

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The Broncos will meet-up with Elizabeth City State in Rocky Mount, NC for the 16th Annual Down East Vikings Football Classic. Fayetteville State has a 4-1 record against ECSU in the classic. The September 28 matchup is scheduled for 4:00 pm. The rivalry has FSU ahead by one game (6-5)

Fayetteville State University became a four-year college in 1939 and carried the name Fayetteville State Teachers College. The history of the institution is known for the development of teachers and educators. On October 5th, “Educator Appreciation Day” will feature the Broncos-Chowan football clash at 4:00 pm in Jeralds Stadium. Chowan became a member of the CIAA in 2008 and trails FSU in the series history 3-1.


BRONCOS

The Broncos will travel to Charlotte on October 19 for a 2:00 pm game against Johnson C. Smith in Irwin Belk Complex. Fayetteville State dominates the series 11-2 during the past 12 seasons. Homecoming festivities will don the Murchison road campus the week of October 26. The highlight of all events is the battle between St. Augustine’s University and the Broncos at 2:00 pm. FSU leads the series 8-3 since the Falcons revived the program in 2002. The final two games of the regular season will be on the road. The Broncos will meet the homecoming challenge of Livingstone College in Salisbury, NC on the second of November. FSU has won all but one game against the Blue Bears in the past 12 years. The gridiron Broncos end the regular season with a face-off against the NCAA DII National Runner-up Winston-Salem State on November 9 in Bowman Gray Stadium. The Rams lead the series 6-3 since 2000. Fayetteville State, under new Head Coach Lawrence Kershaw, has developed a plan of action to revisit Bowman Gray Stadium ‘Home of the 2013 CIAA Championship Game’ on November 16 as a contender for its fourth CIAA crown.

2013 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Sept. 7

Virginia State L.N. Jeralds Stadium “Hall of Fame Weekend”

Fayetteville, NC 6:00 pm

Sept. 14 UNC Pembroke L.N. Jeralds Stadium “Two Rivers Classic”

Fayetteville, NC 6:00 pm

Sept. 21 Virginia Union Hovey Field

Richmond, VA 7:00 pm

Sept. 28 Elizabeth City State Rocky Mount, NC Rocky Mount Athletic Complex 4:00 pm “Down East Classic” Oct. 5

Chowan Fayetteville, NC L.N. Jeralds Stadium 4:00 pm “Educator Appreciation Day”

Oct. 12

Shaw Fayetteville, NC L.N. Jeralds Stadium 4:00 pm “Military Appreciation / Senior Day”

Oct. 19

Johnson C. Smith Irwin Belk Complex

Charlotte, NC 2:00 pm

Oct. 26

St. Augustine’s L.N. Jeralds Stadium “Homecoming”

Fayetteville, NC 2:00 pm

Nov. 2

Livingstone Alumni Memorial Stadium

Salisbury, NC 1:30 pm

Nov. 9

Winston-Salem State Bowman Gray Stadium

Winston-Salem, NC 1:30 pm

2009, 2003 & 2002 CIAA Football Conference Champions 2009, 2004, 2003 & 2002 CIAA Southern Division Champions 2008 Co-Southern Division Champions 2009, 2004 & 2002 NCAA Division II Playoff Participants 2003 Pioneer Bowl Participants

2013 season outlook

Shaw University will visit the not-so friendly confines of Jeralds Stadium on Oct. 12. The Bears struggle when playing in Fayetteville with a 1-3 record since 2003. Its only victory was a 35-29 overtime advantage in 2011. Shaw re-activated football in 2003 and holds a 5-4 series lead. Fayetteville State will recognize its seniors and honor the military prior to the 4:00 pm kickoff.


BRONCOS UNC Pembroke

Trojans

braves

2013 Opponents

virginia state

SEPTEMBER EMBER 7 • 6:00 PM “WEEKEND OF CHAMPIONS” L.N. JERALDS STADIUM FAYETTEVILLE, NC GENERAL INFORMATION Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . President . . . . . . . . . . . . . Athletic Director . . . . . . . . Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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SEPTEMBER EMBER 14 • 6:00 PM “TWO RIVERS CLASSIC” L.N. JERALDS STADIUM FAYETTEVILLE, NC GENERAL INFORMATION Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . Chancellor . . . . . . . . . . . . Athletic Director . . . . . . . . Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Latrell Scott Record at School (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . First Season Overall Record (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-13 (3rd Season) Assistant Coaches . . . . . . . . Chris Malone, Matt Dawson, . . Jerry Taylor, Keith Braxton, Rodney Reed, Brian Barlow, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . & Nate Hackney

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pete Shinnick Record at School (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41-22 (7 yrs.) Overall Record (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94-44 (13 yrs.) Assistant Coaches: . . . Steve Saulnier, Shane Richardson, . . Jammie Deese, Alex Krutsch, O.C. Williams, Ty Gibson, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . & Dave Paddock

TEAM INFORMATION 2012 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . 2012 Conference Record (Finish) Offensive Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2013 SCHEDULE September 7 . . . . . . at Fayetteville State • 6:00 pm September 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BENEDICT • TBA September 21. . . . . . . . . . . KENTUCKY STATE • 4:00 pm September 28. . . . . . . . . JOHNSON C. SMITH • 4:00 pm October 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Shaw • 1:00 pm October 12 . . . . . . . . . .at Elizabeth City State • 1:00 pm October 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BOWIE STATE • 2:00 pm October 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at Lincoln (PA) • 2:00 pm November 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at Chowan • 1:00 pm November 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . VIRGINIA UNION • 2:00 pm

MEDIA INFORMATION Football Contact . . . . . . Office Phone . . . . . . . . . E-mail Address . . . . . . . Fax Number . . . . . . . . . Office Website . . . . . . . Twitter . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2013 SCHEDULE September 5 . . . . . . WINSTON-SALEM STATE • 8:00 pm September 14 . . . . . at Fayetteville State • 6:00 pm September 21. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vs. Shaw • 1:00 pm September 28. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .WINGATE • 2:00 pm October 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . .at UNC Charlotte • 12:00 pm October 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at Catawba • 1:30 pm October 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at Newberry • 6:00 pm November 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TUSCULUM • 2:00 pm November 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . at Valdosta State • 2:00 pm November 16 . . . . . . . VIRGINIA-LYNCHBURG • 2:00 pm


BRONCOS virginia Union

Elizabeth City State

Panthers

vikings

GENERAL INFORMATION Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . President . . . . . . . . . . . . . Athletic Director . . . . . . . . Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Bailey Record at School (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-21 (5 yrs.) Overall Record (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same Assistant Coaches: . . . . . . . . .Kevin Grisby, Mark James, . Virgil Burton, Harry Sewell, Nick De La Cruz, Jack Fowler, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sam Davis & Bernard Rucker TEAM INFORMATION 2012 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . 2012 Conference Record (Finish) Offensive Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2013 SCHEDULE September 7 . . . . . . . . at Bethune-Cookman • 4:00 pm September 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SHAW • 7:00 pm September 21 . . . . FAYETTEVILLE STATE • 7:00 pm September 28. . . . . . WINSTON-SALEM STATE • 1:00 pm October 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at Livingstone • 1:00 pm October 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at Lincoln (PA) • 2:00 pm October 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHOWAN • 1:00 pm October 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at Bowie State • 1:00 pm November 2 . . . . . . . . ELIZABETH CITY STATE • 1:00 pm November 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . at Virginia State • 2:00 pm

SEPTEMBER EMBER 28 • 4:00 PM “DOWN EAST CLASSIC” ROCKY MOUNT ATHLETIC COMPLEX ROCKY MOUNT, NC GENERAL INFORMATION Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . Interim Chancellor . . . . . . Interim Athletic Director . . Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Waverly Tillar Record at School (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . 57-51 (10 yrs.) Overall Record (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same Assistant Coaches: . . . . . . . Marcus Hilliard, Alvin Parker, . . . . Monterio Hand, Bill Holt, Cedric Pratt, Steve Rankin, . . . . . . . . . Maceo Thomas, Shawn Thomas, Dan Herlihy, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . & D.C. Mitchell TEAM INFORMATION 2012 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . 2012 Conference Record (Finish) Offensive Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2013 SCHEDULE September 7 . . . . . . September 14. . . . . . September 21. . . . . . September 28 . . . . October 5 . . . . . . . . . October 12 . . . . . . . . October 19 . . . . . . . . October 26 . . . . . . . . November 2 . . . . . . . November 9 . . . . . . .

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2013 Opponents

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BRONCOS shaw

hawks

bears

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . President . . . . . . . . . . . . . Athletic Director . . . . . . . . Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . President . . . . . . . . . . . . . Athletic Director . . . . . . . . Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tim Place Record at School (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-34 (5 years) Overall Record (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27-45 (7 years) Assistant Coaches: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mark Hall, . . . . . . . . Luther Henderson, Brian Matesic, Omar Nesbit, . . . . . . . . . . Tommy Austin, Anthony Adams & Devan Hill

COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert Massey Record at School (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6 (1 yr.) Overall Record (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-24 (2 yrs.) Assistant Coaches: . . . . . Maurice Flowers, Richard Gray, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Markus McElveen, De’Andre’ Okonji, . . . . . . . . . . .Marcus Mensah Webb &Kennth Williams, Jr.

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2013 SCHEDULE September 7 . . . . . . . . . . .at UNC Charlotte • 12:00 pm September 14. . . . . . ALDERSON-BROADDUS • 12:05 pm September 21. . . . . . . . . . . . at Sacred Heart • 1:00 pm September 28. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SHAW • 6:00 pm October 5 . . . . . . . . . at Fayetteville State • 4:00 pm October 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at Bowie State • 1:00 pm October 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Virginia Union • 1:00 pm October 26 . . . . . . . . . ELIZABETH CITY STATE • 3:00 pm November 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . VIRGINIA STATE • 1:00 pm November 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at Lincoln (PA) • 1:00 pm

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2013 SCHEDULE September 7 . . . . . . . . . . CHARLESTON (WV) • 1:00 pm September 14. . . . . . . . . . . .at Virginia Union • 7:00 pm September 21. . . . . . . . . . vs. UNC Pembroke • 1:00 pm September 28. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at Chowan • 6:00 pm October 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VIRGINIA STATE • 1:00 pm October 12 . . . . . . . . at Fayetteville State • 4:00 pm October 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LIVINGSTONE • 2:00 pm October 26 . . . . . . . . . . . at Johnson C. Smith • 1:00 pm November 2 . . . . . . . .at Winston-Salem State • 1:30 pm November 9 . . . . . . . . . . SAINT AUGUSTINE’S • 1:00 pm


BRONCOS Johnson C. Smith

St. Augustine’s

Golden Bulls

falcons

GENERAL INFORMATION Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . President . . . . . . . . . . . . . Athletic Director . . . . . . . . Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Steven Aycock Record at School (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-24 (4 yrs.) Overall Record (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same Assistant Coaches: . . . . . . . . . .Steve Shipp, James Lott, . . . . . . . . .Marshall Banks, Sekou Canty, Marques Reese, . . . . . . . . .Nick Mata, DeAngelo Dean & Steven Ferguson TEAM INFORMATION 2012 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . 2012 Conference Record (Finish) Offensive Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MEDIA INFORMATION Football Contact . . . . . . Office Phone . . . . . . . . . E-mail Address . . . . . . . Fax Number . . . . . . . . . Office Website . . . . . . . Twitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2013 SCHEDULE September 7 . . . . September 14. . . . September 21. . . . September 28. . . . October 5 . . . . . . . October 12 . . . . . . October 19 . . . . . . October 26 . . . . . . November 2 . . . . . November 9 . . . . .

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Raleigh, NC Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1867 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,442 Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue & White Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Falcons Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CIAA President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Dianne Suber Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . George Williams Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . George Williams Athletic Complex Surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Field Turf COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Costa Record at School (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . 41-59 (12 yrs.) Overall Record (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47-100 (16 yrs.) Assistant Coaches: . . . . . . Tremayne Henry, Ben Coates, . . . . . . . . Darrin Hicks, Jimmy Heggins, William Frizzelle, . . . . . . . . . . Tim Chavous, Demius Frazier, Cory Peoples, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Dobson & Kevin Jones TEAM INFORMATION 2012 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . 2012 Conference Record (Finish) Offensive Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MEDIA INFORMATION Football Contact . . . . . . Office Phone . . . . . . . . . E-mail Address . . . . . . . Fax Number . . . . . . . . . Office Website . . . . . . . Twitter . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2013 SCHEDULE September 7 . . . . . . at North Carolina Central • 2:00 pm September 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at Wingate • 1:30 pm September 21. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . STILLMAN • 1:30 pm September 28. . . . . . . . . . . . . at Bowie State • 1:00 pm October 5 . . . . . . . . . . ELIZABETH CITY STATE • 1:30 pm October 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LIVINGSTONE • 2:00 pm October 19 . . . . . . . . WINSTON-SALEM STATE • 1:30 pm October 26 . . . . . . . . at Fayetteville State • 2:00 pm November 2 . . . . . . . . . . . JOHNSON C. Smith • 1:30 pm November 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Shaw • 1:00 pm

2013 Opponents

OCTOBER OBER 26 • 2:00 PM “HOMECOMING” L.N. JERALDS STADIUM FAYETTEVILLE, NC

OCTOBER OBER 19 • 2:00 PM IRWIN BELK STADIUM CHARLOTTE, NC


BRONCOS Winston-Salem State

Blue Bears

Rams

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NOVEMBER EMBER 2 • 1:30 PM “BLUE BEARS HOMECOMING” ALUMNI MEMORIAL STADIUM SALISBURY, NC GENERAL INFORMATION Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . President . . . . . . . . . . . . . Athletic Director . . . . . . . . Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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COACHING INFORMATION Interim Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Darryl Williams Record at School (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . First Season Overall Record (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same Assistant Coaches: . . Rodney Hughey, Rodney Simmons, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brian White & Sherman Howze TEAM INFORMATION 2012 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . 2012 Conference Record (Finish) Offensive Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MEDIA INFORMATION Football Contact . . . . . . Office Phone . . . . . . . . . E-mail Address . . . . . . . Fax Number . . . . . . . . . Office Website . . . . . . . Twitter . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2013 SCHEDULE September 7 . . . . . . . . . at Johnson C. Smith • 4:00 pm September 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CATAWBA • 6:00 pm September 21. . . . . . . .at Edward Waters (FL) • 2:00 pm September 28. . . . . . . . . . . . . at Lincoln (PA) • 2:00 pm October 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . VIRGINIA UNION • 1:00 pm October 12 . . . . . . . . . . . at Saint Augustine’s • 2:00 pm October 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Shaw • 1:00 pm October 26 . . . . . . . . WINSTON-SALEM STATE • 1:00 pm November 2 . . . . . . FAYETTEVILLE STATE • 1:30 pm November 9 . . . . . . . . . at Virginia-Lynchburg • 1:00 pm

NOVEMBER EMBER 9 • 1:30 PM “RAMS HALL OF FAME GAME” BOWMAN GRAY STADIUM WINSTON-SALEM, NC GENERAL INFORMATION Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . Chancellor . . . . . . . . . . . . Athletic Director . . . . . . . . Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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COACHING INFORMATION Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Connell Maynor Record at School (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35-4 (3 years) Overall Record (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same Assistant Coaches: . . . . . . . John Eder, Kienus Boulware, . . . . . . . . . Daren Hart, Richard Hayes, Michael Ramseur, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Duane Taylor & Jason Mai TEAM INFORMATION 2012 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . 2012 Conference Record (Finish) Offensive Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Defensive Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2013 SCHEDULE September 5 . . . . . . . . . . . at UNC Pembroke • 8:00 pm September 14. . . . . . . VIRGINIA-LYNCHBURG • 6:00 pm September 21. . . . . . . . . . . . . . vs. Tuskegee • 1:00 pm September 28. . . . . . . . . . . .at Virginia Union • 1:00 pm October 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .BOWIE STATE • 1:30 pm October 12 . . . . . . . . . . . JOHNSON C. SMITH • 1:30 pm October 19 . . . . . . . . . . . at Saint Augustine’s • 1:30 pm October 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at Livingstone • 1:00 pm November 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SHAW • 1:30 pm November 9 . . . . . . FAYETTEVILLE STATE • 1:30 pm


#5 Anthony Duran


2012 season in review

BRONCOS 54

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DURHAM, NC – The Fayetteville State Broncos opened its 2012 football season with a 54-31 loss to the Division I FCS North Carolina Central Eagles in front of 9,077 fans on Saturday evening at O'Kelly-Riddick Stadium. Fayetteville State (0-1) used a two-quarterback system in the opener as Andreas Hudson started the contest before Chauncey Concepcion replaced him in the second quarter. The Fayetteville State defense and special teams set the tone early in the opening quarter as North Carolina Central (1-0) was forced to punt in its first two possessions, and the second punt put the Broncos ahead 7-0 as Joseph McLean blocked an Oleg Parent punt and Chris Person recovered it and rank eight yards for the first touchdown of the season. The Eagles’ special teams responded a few minutes later as Geovonie Irvine returned an Antonio Mayo punt 31 yards for the game-tying touchdown, but Mayo put Fayetteville State back in front 10-7 with a 38-yard field goal. The field goal by Mayo was the second of his career on his second collegiate attempt, and capped an 11-play 56-yard drive that was aided by two 15-yard penalties by North Carolina Central. The Broncos forced the Eagles to punt on the following possession, but fumbled on the first play of their drive and led to a three-yard touchdown run by Andre Clark on the very next play to go back on top 14-10. It became 2010 on North Carolina Central’s next possession on Arthur Goforth’s 11-yard touchdown run. Concepcion would enter the game following the touchdown and immediately made an impact as he went 4-for-4 passing for 50 yards, including a long of 17, and scored from six-yards out with 31.7 seconds remaining in the half to trim Fayetteville State’s deficit to 20-17. The Broncos offense opened the second half with a solid drive offensively, led by Concepcion, moving into Eagle territory. North Carolina Central’s defense then forced Concepcion into his first mistake of the game as Allonte Tuppins intercepted his pass and returned it 69-yards to extend the Eagles lead to 27-17. Fayetteville State then fumbled the following kick-off, and North Carolina Central made it 34-17 three plays later on a 20-yard touchdown pass from Matt Goggans to Irvine. The Broncos were not to be denied as Michael Johnson returned the following kick-off 94 yards for a touchdown to make it a 34-24 contest, but the Eagles scored on their next two possessions on touchdown runs by Clarke and Gary Douglas. North Carolina Central made it a 48-24 contest after those two touchdowns. Concepcion responded to the two touchdowns by going 5-for-5 for Fayetteville State through the air for 52 yards, while also rushing for eight, as Tyrel Bryant-Dove capped off the drive by running in from 19-yards out and cut the score to 48-31. Adrian Wilkins would end the game for the Eagles as he returned a Bronco punt 57 yards for a touchdown as time expired to end the game with a 54-31 score.

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Qtr. Time Play 1st 09:54 FSU - PERSON, Christopher 2 yd blocked punt return (MAYO, Antonio kick) 05:12 NCCU - IRVINE, Geovonie 31 yd punt return (PARENT, Oleg kick) 2nd 14:01 FSU - MAYO, Antonio 38 yd field goal, 11-56 6:06 10:39 NCCU - CLARKE, Andre 3 yd run (PARENT, Oleg kick), 1-3 0:04 07:00 NCCU - GOFORTH, Arthur 11 yd run (PARENT, Oleg kick blockd), 4-62 0:48 00:32 FSU - CONCEPCION, Chauncey 5 yd run (MAYO, Antonio kick), 11-65 6:28 3rd 09:49 NCCU - TUPPINS, Allonte 69 yd interception return (PARENT, Oleg kick) 08:35 NCCU - IRVINE, Geovonie 20 yd pass from GOGGANS, Matt (PARENT, Oleg kick), 3-24 1:06 08:22 FSU - JOHNSON, Michael 94 yd kickoff return (MAYO, Antonio kick) 4th 11:35 NCCU - DOUGLAS, Gary 2 yd run (PARENT, Oleg kick), 9-61 4:12 09:40 NCCU - CLARKE, Andre 22 yd run (PARENT, Oleg kick), 2-26 0:46 06:00 FSU - BRYANT-DOVE, Tyrel 19 yd run (MAYO, Antonio kick), 7-79 3:34 00:00 NCCU - WILKINS, Adrian 57 yd punt return FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

FSU 17 34-60 199 25-20-1 59-259 0-0 1-38 7-188 1-0 5-35.4 4-3 9-54 34:47 5 of 12 0 of 0 2-2 2-14

NCCU 19 34-197 223 28-15-1 62-420 0-0 4-113 3-76 1-69 3-21.7 0-0 12-70 25:13 5 of 12 1 of 3 4-6 3-20

RUSHING: Fayetteville State-BRYANT-DOVE,Tyrel 7-33; MONTGOMERY,Andre 8-23; BAILEY,Colon 6-14; CONCEPCION,Chauncey 8-7; HUDSON,Andreas 4-minues 1; BRONCOS TM 1-minus 16. NC Central-GOFORTH,Arthur 13-85; DOUGLAS,Gary 8-70; CLARKE,Andre 8-42; GOGGANS,Matt 5-0. PASSING: Fayetteville State-CONCEPCION,Chauncey 14-181-141; HUDSON,Andreas 6-7-0-58. NC Central-GOGGANS,Matt 15-26-0-223; REID,Jordan 0-2-1-0. RECEIVING: Fayetteville State-ALLEN,Antonio 5-68; WILLIAMS,Kasunn 5-46; WHITE,Ricardo 3-39; DURAN,Anthony 3-12; ENNIS,Darrian 2-21;MONTGOMERY,Andre 2-13. NC Central-IRVINE, Geovonie 6-79; POOLE,Marvin 3-45; NICELY,Jonathan 2-69; SCRUGGS,Nathan 2-26; WILKINS,Adrian 1-2; ROBERTS,Decona 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: Fayetteville State-SCALES,Joshua 1-0. NC Central-TUPPINS,Allonte 1-69.


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PEMBROKE, NC –The Fayetteville State Broncos (0-2 overall) suffered a 31-21 defeat to the UNC Pembroke Braves under rainy conditions at Grace P. Johnson Stadium on Saturday evening in the Fourth Annual Two Rivers Classic. Prior to the third drive of the game with 7:48 on the clock, the game was extended one hour and 21 minutes due to lightning strikes within the area. This is the third time in the four meetings that Fayetteville State has been defeated by ten points or less against UNC Pembroke. The Braves slipped by the Broncos in the inaugural meeting with a 41-34 double-overtime victory in Fayetteville. Last season at Luther “Nick” Jeralds Stadium, Fayetteville State fell by two field goals, 33-27. UNC Pembroke (1-1 overall) would strike first on its opening drive of the game on a Matt Davis 44-yard field goal to go in front 3-0, but then the game would be delayed due to lightning. The Braves came back out after the delay and wasted little time on their following drive as Damonte Terry’s one-yard touchdown run capped an 11 play, 57-yard drive and made it a 10-0 contest. The Broncos came back after the touchdown with 14 unanswered points of their own to take a 14-10 lead on touchdown runs by Andreas Hudson (Sr., Philadelphia, PA) and Colon Bailey, Jr. (Jr., Manteo, NC). The quarterback sneak by Hudson highlighted the nine-play drive covering 79 yards in 4:56, while the touchdown run by Bailey finished off a drive similar to the first scoring series for Fayetteville State. It went 10 plays for 75 yards in 4:44 right before the end of the first half. That would be the score heading into halftime as the Broncos outgained the Braves 192-115 yards, and Hudson went a perfect 7-of-7 passing for 90 yards. Tyrel Bryant-Dove (Fr., Fayetteville, NC) had a team-high 47 yards rushing in the opening half. UNC Pembroke held Fayetteville State to just 20 yards, and two punts, in its first two drives to open the second half and then put together back-to-back touchdown drives giving the Braves a 24-14 lead. Terry scored his second touchdown of the game on UNC Pembroke’s opening drive of the second half, and then Elliott Powell scored on the Braves’ first play of the next drive from 69-yards out. The Broncos would trim the deficit to 24-21 with 9:40 remaining in the fourth quarter on a fumble recovery by Donald Johnson (So., Warsaw, NC). Johnson picked up the fumble by Powell and returned it 20 yards for the touchdown. UNC Pembroke took advantage of several Bronco penalties on its final drive. The Braves used 6:41 off the clock during the drive, which covered 65 yards on 15 plays, and ended when Terry plunged in from oneyard out to extend the lead to 31-21. Fayetteville State finished the game with 318 yards of total offense, while UNC Pembroke had 325.

Scores by Quarters Fayetteville State UNC Pembroke

1 0 10

2 14 0

3 0 14

4 7 7

Total 21 31

Qtr. Time Play 1st 10:31 UNCP - Matt Davis 44 yd field goal, 10-49 4:29 03:05 UNCP - Damonte Terry 1yd run (Connor Haskins kick), 11-57 4:43 2nd 13:02 FSU - HUDSON,Andreas 1 yd run (MAYO, Antonio kick), 9-79 4:56 01:22 FSU - BAILEY,Colon 1 yd run (MAYO, Antonio kick), 10-75 4:44 3rd 11:53 UNCP - Damonte Terry 3 yd run (Connor Haskins kick), 6-54 1:55 09:05 Elliott Powell 69 yd run (Connor Haskins kick), 1:69 0:11 4th 09:40 FSU - JOHNSON,Donald 20 yd fumble recovery (MAYO,Antonio kick) 02:59 UNCP - Damonte Terry 1 yd run (Connor Haskins kick), 15-65 6:41 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

FSU 19 38-145 173 23-12-0 61-318 1-20 1-13 3-47 2-0 6-37.5 4-2 9-105 29:42 4 of 12 0 of 1 2-2 1-9

UNCP 21 43-218 107 33-15-2 76-325 0-0 1-5 1-7 0-0 2-41.0 2-1 5-50 29:03 4 of 16 3 of 3 3-4 3-19

RUSHING: Fayetteville State-BRYANT-DOVE,Tyrel 9-66; BAILEY,Colon 6-30; MONTGOMERY,Andre 8-26; HUDSON,Andreas 10-25; CONCEPCION,Chauncey 4-minus 1; FSU BRONCOS TM 1-minus 1. UNC Pembroke-Elliott Powell 14-97; Damonte Terry 23-93; Luke Charles 4-32; TEAM 2-minus 4. PASSING: Fayetteville State-HUDSON,Andreas 10-20-0-134; CONCEPCION,Chauncey 2-3-0-39. UNC Pembroke-Luke Charles 15-33-2-107. RECEIVING: Fayetteville State-ALLEN,Antonio 4-39; WILLIAMS,Kasunn 3-88; WHITE,Ricardo 2-32; DURAN,Anthony 2-10; BRYANT-DOVE,Tyrel 1-4. UNC Pembroke-Ben Decelle 4-18; John Rich 3-44; Te’vell Williams 3-18; Jason Perry 3-16; T.J. Johnson 2-11. INTERCEPTIONS: Fayetteville State-PERSON,Christopher 1-0; SCALES,Joshua 1-0. UNC Pembroke-None.

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September 8, 2012 NC Central 31 Fayetteville State 21 Grace P. Johnson Stadium Pembroke, NC


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September 15, 2012 Virginia Union 17 Fayetteville State 28 Luther N. Jeralds Stadium Fayetteville, NC

FAYETTEVILLE, NC – The Fayetteville State Broncos opened its home schedule on Saturday evening with a 28-17 victory over the Virginia Union Panthers at Luther “Nick” Jeralds Stadium. The victory for the Broncos was their first of the 2012 season. Fayetteville State (1-2) rushed for 131 yards as a team, led by Colon Bailey (Jr., Manteo, NC) with 80 yards on 15 carries, and had two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to rally from a three-point deficit against the Panthers (2-1). The Broncos scored their two rushing touchdowns within a six-minute span in the final quarter, highlighted by Bailey’s 15-yard run to seal the game with 2:40 left in the contest. Virginia Union was led offensively by running back Jerrell Washington with 152 yards on 24 carries, and put the Panthers on the scoreboard first in the opening quarter scoring his only touchdown of the game from 16 yards out. The Fayetteville State defense limited Virginia Union quarterback Kenneth Graham to just 46 yards passing on 4-of-20 attempts, while compiling two sacks and one interception. After the touchdown run by Washington put the Panthers in front 7-0 with 5:30 left in the first quarter, the Broncos answered back to tie the game 7-7 on a 48 yard touchdown pass connection from Chauncey Concepcion (So., Charlotte, NC) to Kasunn Williams (So., Rocky Mount, NC). The touchdown pass by Concepcion was his first of the season, and also the first passing touchdown of the season by Fayetteville State. Michael Johnson (So., Clayton, NC) gave the Broncos their first lead of the game at 14-7 just before halftime at the 2:04 mark when he intercepted a Graham pass and returned it 62 yards for a touchdown. It was Johnson’s second touchdown of the season as he also had a kickoff return for a touchdown in the season opener at North Carolina Central on Sept. 1. Virginia Union kicker Stephen Velasquez trimmed its deficit to 14-10 midway through the third quarter with his 36-yard field goal, and then Graham’s 13-yard touchdown run put the Panthers back in front 17-14 with 44 seconds left in the third stanza. From there Fayetteville State’s defense held Virginia Union scoreless in the fourth quarter, while its ground game took control and compiled two scoring drives that took a combined 11:18 off the clock. The Broncos held the ball for 12:27 in the final quarter, while the Panthers had the ball for just 2:33. Fayetteville State made its two fourth quarter drives count as Andre Montgomery trimmed Virginia Union’s lead to 21-17 with his one-yard touchdown run on fourth-and-goal followed by the run from Bailey.

Scores by Quarters Virginia Union Fayetteville State

1 7 7

2 0 7

3 10 0

4 0 14

Total 17 28

Qtr. Time Play 1st 05:30 VUU - WASHINGTON,Jerr 16 yd run (VELASQUEZ, Steph kick), 1-16 0:06 01:15 FSU - WILLIAMS, Kasunn 48 yd pass from CONCEPCION,Chauncey (MAYO,Antonio kick), 7-75 4:15 2nd 02:04 FSU - JOHNSON,Michael 62 yd interception return (MAYO,Antonio kick) 3rd 05:32 VUU - VELASQUEZ,Steph 36 yd field goal, 14-52 7:32 00:44 VUU - GRAHAM,Kenneth 13 yd run (VELASQUEZ, Step kick), 5-46 2:38 4th 08:17 FSU - MONTGOMERY,Andre 1 yd run (MAYO, Antonio kick), 15-75 7:22 02:40 FSU - BAILEY,Colon 15 yd run (MAYO,Antonio kick), 7-40 3:56 VUU FSU FIRST DOWNS 16 16 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 38-197 48-131 PASSING YDS (NET) 46 164 Passes Att-Comp-Int 20-4-1 14-10-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 58-243 62-295 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 3-110 2--6 Kickoff Returns-Yards 3-32 3-78 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 1-62 Punts (Number-Avg) 5-35.2 5-37.8 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-2 Penalties-Yards 5-20 5-41 Possession Time 24:54 35:06 Third-Down Conversions 1 of 12 5 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions 2 of 4 2 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 3-4 2-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards 2-18 2-7 RUSHING: Virginia Union-WASHINGTON,Jerr 24152; GRAHAM,Kenneth 7-18: RODWELL,Richard 4-14; MALONE,Terrence 2-11; ROBINSON,Jerome 1-2. Fayetteville State-BAILEY,Colon 15-80; MONTGOMERY,Andre 11-48; CONCEPCION,Chauncey 8-21;HUBERT,Christopher 1-0; WHITE,Ricardo 1-minus 2; FSU BRONCOS TM 2-minus 2; BRYANT-DOVE,Tyrel 8-minus 2; HUDSON,Andreas 2-minus 12. PASSING: Virginia Union-GRAHAM,Kenneth 4-20-1-46. Fayetteville State-CONCEPCION,Chauncey 8-10-0-109; HUDSON,Andreas 2-4-0-55. RECEIVING: Virginia Union-DUCHENNE,Denzel 2-22; WASHINGTON,Jerr 1-14; ANDERSON,Devin 1-10. Fayetteville State-DURAN,Anthony 4-34; WHITE,Ricardo 2-25; WILLIAMS,Kasunn 1-48; ALLEN,Antonio 1-34; HUBERT,Christopher 1-16; PERSON,Christopher 1-7. INTERCEPTIONS: Virginia Union-None. Fayetteville State-JOHNSON,Michael 1-62.


BRONCOS 13

FAYETTEVILLE, NC – The Fayetteville State Broncos fell to the Elizabeth City State Vikings 20-13 on Saturday evening at Luther “Nick” Jeralds Stadium in the CIAA opener for both teams. The Broncos fall to 1-3 on the season and 0-1 in conference play, while the Vikings improve to 2-2 overall and 1-0 in CIAA action. Fayetteville State quarterback Chauncey Concepcion (So., Charlotte, NC) was the team’s leading player on offense as he tallied a season-high 167 yards passing on 16-of-26 attempts, while also running for 14 yards on seven attempts and the team’s lone rushing touchdown. Andre Montgomery (Fr., Goldsboro, NC) led all Bronco running backs with 64 yards on eight carries, while Colon Bailey, Jr. (Jr., Manteo, NC) had 48 yards on eight carries. Montgomery finished the contest with a 8.0 yards per carry average and Bailey, Jr. averaged six yards per carry. Fayetteville State had two players with over 60 yards receiving each as Kasunn Williams (So., Rocky Mount, NC) had 60 yards and Ricardo White (So., Monroe, NC) recorded 61 yards. DaRonte McNeill led Elizabeth City State rushing in the contest with a game-high 153 yards on the ground and a touchdown on 33 carries. Quarterback Namon Jones finished the contest 14-of-23 passing with one touchdown and one interception, while Darrius Wesson had a team-high 49 yards receiving and one touchdown catch. The Vikings took the game’s opening drive and marched 55 yards down the field on 11 plays, and saw their drive capped off with Wesson’s 18-yard touchdown reception from Jones for the only score of the first quarter. Concepcion scored the only touchdown of the second quarter as Fayetteville State tied the contest at 7-7 on his touchdown run from 14 yards out. Bronco kicker Antonio Mayo (So., Jacksonville, NC) gave FSU a 10-7 lead with 9:48 remaining in the third quarter on a career-long 42-yard field goal. Mayo’s field goal capped a 10-play 50 yard drive that took 5:12 off the clock. Elizabeth City State kicker Brett Symonds put the Vikings back ahead 13-10 on back-to-back field goals from 26 yards and 29 yards, and then McNeill extended ECSU’s lead to 20-10 on his 10-yard touchdown run. Mayo trimmed Fayetteville State’s deficit to 20-13 on his 41-yard field goal with 44 seconds left in the game, but that would be as close as the Broncos got as their onside kick attempt after the field goal was recovered by the Vikings.

Scores by Quarters Elizabeth City State Fayetteville State

1 7 0

2 0 7

3 3 3

4 10 3

Total 20 13

Qtr. Time Play 1st 10:34 ECSU - WESSON,Darrius 18 yd pass from JONES,Namon (SYMONDS,Brett kick), 11-55 4:26 2nd 11:07 FSU - CONCEPCION,Chauncey 14 yd run (MAYO,Antonio kick), 9-74 5:40 3rd 09:48 FSU - MAYO,Antonio 42 yd field goal, 10-50 5:12 05:41 ECSU - SYMONDS,Brett 26 yd field goal, 9-63 3:56 4th 11:01 ECSU - SYMONDS,Brett 29 yd field goal, 16-78 7:09 02:42 ECSU - McNEILL,Daronte 10 yd run (SYMONDS, Brett kick), 10-64 5:41 00:44 FSU - MAYO,Antonio 41 yd field goal, 7-45 0:00 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

ECSU 24 52-221 136 23-14-1 75-357 0-0 4-2 3-64 1-3 3-41.0 4-1 3-35 33:28 9 of 17 3 of 3 4-4 4-24

FSU 16 26-115 181 28-17-1 54-296 0-0 0-0 3-60 1-0 5-38.6 0-0 13-85 26:26 0 of 9 0 of 1 2-3 3-21

RUSHING: Elizabeth City State-McNEILL,DaRonte 33-153; SCALES,Tyson 1-49; SWAIN,Kevin 9-42; ELLEGOR,William 3-2; Team,ECSU 1-minus 2; JONES,Namon 5-minus 23. Fayetteville State-MONTGOMERY,Andre 8-64; BAILEY,Colon 8-48; CONCEPCION,Chauncey 7-14; HAIRSTON,Christopher 2-minus 4; SCALES,Joshua 1-minus 7. PASSING: Elizabeth City State-JONES,Namon 14-23-1-136. Fayetteville State-CONCEPCION,Chauncey 16-26-1-167; HUDSON,Andreas 1-2-0-14. RECEIVING: Elizabeth City State-STRICKLAND,Keith 4-46; WESSON,Darrius 3-49; LANGSTON,Gary 3-31; HUFF,Antonio 2-7; BARNES,Brynson 1-5; McNEILL,DaRonte 1-minus 2. Fayetteville State-WILLIAMS,Kasunn 6-60; WHITE,Ricardo 5-61; DURAN,Anthony 3-24; ALLEN,Antonio 1-24; SCALES,Joshua 1-14; MONTGOMERY,Andre 1-minus 2. INTERCEPTIONS: Elizabeth City State-BEATTY,Justin 1-3. Fayetteville State-JOHNSON,Michael 1-0.

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September 22, 2012 Elizabeth City State 20 Fayetteville State 13 Luther N. Jeralds Stadium Fayetteville, NC


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3

September 29, 2012 Chowan 27 Fayetteville State 3 Garrison Stadium Murfreesboro, NC

MURFREESBORO, NC – Fayetteville State running back Andre Montgomery (Fr., Goldsboro, NC) rushed for a career-high 123 yards on 20 carries Saturday evening, but it was not enough as the Broncos fell to the Chowan Hawks 27-3 at Garrison Stadium. It was conference road opener for Fayetteville State, who falls to 1-4 on the season and 0-2 in CIAA action. The Hawks improve to 3-2 overall and 2-0 in conference play. The Broncos, led by Montgomery, set a new season-high with 241 yards rushing as Colon Bailey, Jr. (Jr., Manteo, NC) added 68 yards on 17 carries, Chauncey Concepcion (So., Charlotte, NC) had 31 yards on six carries and Andreas Hudson (Sr., Philadelphia, PA) contributed 19 yards on three carries. Concepcion and Hudson combined to go 12-of-32 passing for 109 yards, with Antonio Allen (Jr., Raleigh, NC) grabbing a team-high 47 yards on three catches. Christopher Hubert (Fr., Apex, NC) set new career-highs in catches and yards receiving as he had five catches, a team-high, for 27 yards. Chowan’s defense helped set up its first touchdown in the opening quarter holding Fayetteville State to a threeand-out on its second drive and taking advantage of good field position as Cameron Stover hit Ryan Nolan for a 19-yard touchdown pass to cap off a three-play 38-yard drive. Stover and Nolan started the drive off with a 15yard reception and Elliot Smalls rushed for seven yards on the next play. The Broncos responded the following drive as Antonio Mayo (So, Jacksonville, NC) connected on a 45-yard field goal, a new career-long for him, to cut their deficit to 7-3 with 3:57 left in the quarter. It is the second week in a row that Mayo has broken his career-long field goal attempt as he hit a 42-yard field goal last week against Elizabeth City State. The Hawks increased their lead to 14-3 with just over nine minutes remaining in the second quarter on Nolan’s second touchdown catch of the night from Stover. The pair hooked up for a 10-yard touchdown pass to end a drive that last 12 plays and covered 95 yards. It became 27-3 in the third quarter on two touchdown runs by Chowan from Smalls and Antjuan Randall. Randall scored the first touchdown with from four-yards out with 11:32 left in the quarter, and Smalls followed with a 17-yard run with less than two minutes remaining. Bryce Williams (Sr., St. Petersburg, FL) led Fayetteville State in tackles for the fourth straight contest as the linebacker recorded 10 total tackles, seven solo and three assisted, to go with one sack and 1.5 tackles for loss. Joshua Scales (Jr., Southern Pines, NC) and Michael Johnson (So., Raleigh, NC) each had seven tackles apiece for the Broncos.

Scores by Quarters Fayetteville State Chowan

1 3 7

2 0 7

3 0 13

4 0 0

Total 3 27

Qtr. Time Play 1st 07:20 CU - NOLAN,Ryan 19 yd pass from STOVER, Cameron (NOBOA,Alex kick), 3-38 0:34 03:57 FSU - MAYO,Antonio 45 yd field goal, 9-36 3:14 2nd 09:06 CU - NOLAN,Ryan 10 yd pass from STOVER, Cameron (NOBOA,Alex kick), 12-95 5:57 3rd 11:32 CU - RANDALL,Antjuan 4 yd run (NOBOA,Alex kick), 3-73 0:44 01:43 CU - SMALLS,Elliot 17 yd run (NOBOA,Alex kick), 5-63 2:09 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

FSU 18 46-241 109 32-12-0 78-350 0-0 2-8 5-67 1-20 7-29.7 3-2 13-109 33:18 3 of 16 0 of 3 0-0 1-7

CU 18 29-110 230 29-15-1 58-340 0-0 2-15 2-87 0-0 6-33.2 1-1 10-84 26:42 3 of 13 0 of 2 4-5 3-27

RUSHING: Fayetteville State-MONTGOMERY,Andre 20123; BAILEY,Colon 17-68; CONCEPCION,Chauncey 6-31; HUDSON,Andreas 3-19. Chowan-SMALLS,Elliot 16-82; FERNS,Adrian 3-25; RANDALL,Antjuan 1-4; STOVER,Cameron 2-0; WILLIAMS,JR 6-0; HANSON,Tim 1-minus 1. PASSING: Fayetteville State-HUDSON,Andreas 5-18-0-57; CONCEPCION,Chauncey 7-14-0-52. Chowan-STOVER,Cameron 15-28-0-230; NOLAN-Ryan 0-1-1-0. RECEIVING: Fayetteville State-HUBERT,Christopher 5-27; ALLEN,Antonio 3-47; MONTGOMERY,Andre 2-10; WILLIAMS, Kasunn 1-18; DURAN,Anthony 1-7. Chowan-NOLAN,Ryan 5-82; WILLIAMS,JR 5-68; RANDALL,Antjuan 3-67; MARTIN,Ryon 1-7; WADE,Jermaine 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: Fayetteville State-SOWELL,Jalen 1-20. Chowan-None.


15 yards.

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The Bears - with both Odom and Stallons now sitting on the sideline - went backwards nine yards on their next drive, but ate up a minute and a half, punting the ball away with 1:41 left on the clock and holding a ten-point lead. On the third play of the FSU drive, Darnell Evans picked off a Hudson pass, and returned it 48 yards for a Shaw touchdown and a 45-28 lead.

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September 29, 2012 Shaw 45 Fayetteville State 28 Durham County Stadium Durham, NC

BRONCOS

DURHAM, NC - The Fayetteville State Broncos football team suffered a 45-28 defeat to the Shaw Bears on Saturday afternoon at Durham County Memorial Stadium in CIAA action.

On the very next FSU offensive play, Evans again intercepted Hudson, this time returning it for 17 yards with 32 seconds left on the clock. The Bears went into the victory formation and came off the field with the 17-point win.

The win evens Shaw’s season record at 3-3 and moves them to 2-1 in the CIAA. Fayetteville State drops to 1-5, 0-3 in conference.

Montgomery had 110 yards rushing on 16 carries. Hudson finished the game 19 for 37 for 216 yards with two interceptions and two touchdowns. Kasunn Williams was the leading receiver with six catches for 77 yards.

Fayetteville State actually took the early lead, taking the ball 61 yards on their first drive, ending with a pass from Andreas Hudson to Anthony Duran for a two-yard touchdown.

Defensively for the Broncos’ four players had six tackles: Reginald Paker, Marquel Gathers, Marcus Witherspoon and Michael Johnson. Gathers had two tackles for a loss and Witherspoon had a sack.

Shaw answered on their next drive, with Stallons and Grizzle leading the Bears downfield. FSU stopped the drive at the 22, but Mulumba booted the field goal from 40 yards out to cut the Bronco lead to 7-3. On the ensuing kickoff, the Bears recovered the onside kick at the FSU 35. After a one-yard Grizzle rush, Stallons completed a pass to Derek Grant to cover the rest of the distance and the Bears took a 10-7 lead with 4:26 left in the first quarter. FSU took the ball on the next possession and started a steady drive down the field. After the second quarter got underway, the Broncos fell short of the goal line, but Antonio Mayo hit a 35-yard field goal to tie the game at ten. With 10:35 left in the first half, Stallons and the Bears got the ball on the Shaw 17. Stallons then connected on five of seven pass attempts, including a 14-yard strike to Andre Polite that gave Shaw a 17-10 lead. After the Shaw defense shut down the Broncos, the Bears again got the ball deep in their own territory. Grizzle slashed through the right side of the line to move Shaw out of the shadow of their end zone, then Stallons hit De’Angelo Ruffin for 14 yards, then connected on a short pass to Grizzle that the running back turned into a 59-yard gain and a 24-10 lead for Shaw with 1:42 left in the half. Fayetteville State answered with a drive of their own, but the Shaw defense rallied as the Broncos approached the end zone, forcing FSU into a field goal that cut the Shaw lead to 24-13 going into the half. The second half opened with two drives that set the tone for the rest of the game. While FSU had good starting position on their own 43, the Shaw defense shut them down, forcing a punt that pinned the Bears back at their own six. The FSU drive, though, ate up nearly four and a half minutes of clock, a benefit to the Bears with the lead. Grizzle opened the Shaw drive with two rushes - one for 16 and one for 13 yards, followed by two Stallons’ completions - one to Travis McDonald for 12 yards and the other to Ta’Juan Brown for 75 yards and the touchdown. Shaw now led 31-13 with 8:45 left in the half. On the next drive, Fayetteville State put together a lengthy drive, largely on the back of Colon Bailey, who rushed for 29 yards, including the one yard that put the Broncos in the end zone to cut the Shaw lead to 31-20. While the Broncos scored, they took another four and a half minutes to do so, leading themselves an 11-point deficit with 3:55 remaining in the third. Grizzle took over for the Bears on the ensuing drive, rushing four times for 73 yards, culminating in a 12-yard rush that put another six points on the scoreboard for the Bears. Mulumba’s PAT extended the Bear lead to 38-20. With 11:26 left in the game, the Broncos got the ball on their own ten, and constructed another touchdown drive, this one culminating in a Hudson touchdown pass to Andre Montgomery. The two-point conversion - another Hudson to Montgomery connection - was good, cutting the Bear lead to ten - 38-28. Shaw began another long drive on their next possession, but the FSU defense forced a fumble, which the Broncos recovered. But the Bear defense stepped up, forcing the Broncos backwards

Scores by Quarters Fayetteville State Shaw Qtr. 1st

Time 08:22 05:02 04:26

2nd

14:11 05:39 01:42

3rd

00:12 08:45 03:58 02:49

4th

08:00 00:47

1 7 10

2 6 14

3 7 14

4 8 7

Total 28 45

Play FSU - DURAN,Anthony 2 yd pass from HUDSON, Andreas (MAYO,Antonio kick), 11-61 4:51 SU - MULUMBA,George 40 yd field goal, 12-53 3:20 SU - GRANT,Derek 36 yd pas from STALLONS, James (MULUMBA,George kick), 2-35 0:28 FSU - MAYO,Antonio 37 yd field goal, 11-47 4:50 SU - POLITE,Andre 14 yd pass from STALLONS, James (MULUMBA,George kick), 11-83 4:56 SU - GRIZZLE,M 59 yd pass from STALLONS, James (MULUMBA,George kick), 5-84 1:29 FSU - MAYO,Antonio 40 yd field goal, 11-42 1:27 SU - BROWN,Ta’Juan 75 yd pass from STALLONS, James (MULUMBA,George kick), 4-94 1:38 FSU - BAILEY,Colon 1 yd run (MAYO,Antonio kick), 8-65 4:43 SU - GRIZZLE,M 12 yd run (MULUMBA,George kick), 4-75 1:06 FSU - MONTGOMERY,Andre 4 yd pass from HUDSON,Andreas (MAYO,Antonio kick), 9-90 3:26 SU - EVANS,Darnell 48 yd interception return (MULUMBA,George kick)

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

FSU 22 35-176 216 37-19-2 72-392 0-0 1-2 4-29 0-0 4-38.2 3-0 8-86 33:11 8 of 16 0 of 0 5-6 2-32

SU 27 35-185 360 30-17-0 65-545 0-0 1-12 2-28 2-65 3-32.7 3-2 17-133 26:49 2 of 8 1 of 1 2-2 2-10

RUSHING: Fayetteville State-MONTGOMERY,Andre 16-107; BAILEY,Colon 10-60; HAIRSTON,Christopher 1-6; HUDSON, Andreas 7-3; ALLEN,Antonio 1-0. Shaw-GRIZZLE,M 23-163; STEPHENS,M 3-60; ALLFORD,T 2-minus 1; ODOM,Quinshon 1-minus 3; TEAM 2-minus 4; STALLONS,James 4-minus 30. PASSING: Fayetteville State-HUDSON,Andreas 19-37-2-216. Shaw-STALLONS,James 17-30-0-360. RECEIVING: Fayetteville State-WILLIAMS,Kasunn 6-77; DURAN,Anthony 5-54; CLAY,Trevin 2-39; WHITE,Ricardo 2-19; MONTGOMERY,Andre 2-7; ALLEN,Antonio 1-10; BAILEY,Colon 1-10. Shaw-GRIZZLE,M 5-103; RUFFIN,Deangelo 5-43; BROWN,Ta’Juan 2-87; GRANT,Derek 2-43; POLITE,Andre 2-35; JORDAN,David 1-49. INTERCEPTIONS: Fayetteville State-None. Shaw-EVANS, Darnell 2-65.


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October 13, 2012 Johnson C. Smith 35 Fayetteville State 18 Luther N. Jeralds Stadium Fayetteville, NC

FAYETTEVILLE, NC – The Fayetteville State Broncos fell to the Johnson C. Smith Golden Bulls 35-18 on Saturday afternoon in front of 3,173 fans at Luther “Nick” Jeralds Stadium. Running back Colon Bailey, Jr. (Jr., Manteo, NC) rushed for a career-high 129 yards and two touchdowns for the Broncos, while wide receiver Ricardo White (So., Monroe, NC) caught a career-best seven catches for 63 yards. FSU finished the game with 364 yards of total offense. Fayetteville State falls to 1-6 overall and 0-4 in the league, while the Golden Bulls improve to 3-4 on the season and 2-2 in CIAA play. White and Bailey, Jr. were two of four players to set new career-highs on Saturday against Johnson C. Smith. Strong safety Michael Fogg (So., Raleigh, NC), free safety Michael Johnson (So., Raleigh, NC) and wide receiver Antonio Allen (Jr., Raleigh, NC) also set new career-highs for the Broncos. The 129-yard performance by Bailey, Jr. marks the third straight game an FSU running back has rushed for over 100 yards. He averaged 6.4 yards per carry in the contest. Fayetteville State finished the game with 186 total yards on the ground as quarterback Andreas Hudson (Sr., Philadelphia, PA) added 40 yards on nine carries. Hudson passed for 178 yards on 18-of-35 attempts and one interception, completing a game-long pass of 55 yards to Allen. Allen finished with a career-best 82 yards receiving. On defense, Johnson recorded a career-high 19 tackles, 12 solo and seven assisted, while also collecting 2.5 tackles for loss. The 19 tackles were most by a Bronco player this season. Fogg contributed a career-best eight tackles.

Scores by Quarters Johnson C. Smith Fayetteville State

1 14 0

2 7 10

3 7 8

4 7 0

Total 35 18

Qtr. Time Play 1st 10:32 JCSU - ANDERSON,Dedric 1 yd run (NTIAMOAH, Alfred kick), 8-75 3:24 03:09 JCSU - RANKIN,Darryl 95 yd fumble recovery (NTIAMOAH,Alfred kick) 2nd 05:06 JCSU - ANDERSON,Dedric 9 yd pass from WALLACE, K. (NTIAMOAH,Alfred kick), 7-63 1:57 00:03 FSU - BAILEY,Colon 1 yd run (MAYO,Antonio kick), 7-73 2:50 3rd 10:54 JCSU - WALLACE,Keahn 1 yd run (NTIAMOAH, Alfred kick), 10-63 4:00 05:27 FSU - BAILEY,Colon 1 yd run (SCALES,Joshua rush), 7-44 2:32 4th 05:24 JCSU - DRYE,Jimmy 2 yd pass from WALLACE, Keahn (NTIAMOAH,Aldfred kick), 11-60 5:32 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

JCSU 17 39-143 226 28-21-1 67-369 1-95 0-0 3-44 1-0 5-15.2 0-0 2-16 32:03 4 of 12 1 of 2 4-4 3-20

FSU 20 37-186 178 35-18-1 72-364 0-0 2-15 6-80 1-13 7-32.9 1-1 6-45 27:57 4 of 13 1 of 1 2-5 1-10

RUSHING: Johnson C. Smith-ANDERSON,Dedric 24103; HARTLEY,Denzel 7-18; WALLACE,Keahn 6-13; JONES,Freddie 2-9. Fayetteville State-BAILEY,Colon 20129; HUDSON,Andreas 9-40; MONTGOMERY,Andre 3-10; HAIRSTON,Christopher 5-7. PASSING: Johnson C. Smith-WALLACE,Keahn 21-28-1-226. Fayetteville State-HUDSON,Andreas 18-35-1-178. RECEIVING: Johnson C. Smith-SCOTT,Fred 5-57; DRYE,Jimmy 4-48; ANDERSON,Dedric 4-32; HUTCHINSON,Terre 3-33; PATTERSON,Chris 2-28; JEFFRIES,Matthe 2-25; HARTLEY,Denzel 1-3. Fayetteville State-WHITE,Ricardo 7-63; ALLEN,Antonio 2-82; DURAN,Anthony 2-9; MOLINA-WILLIAMS,Xavi 2-7; BAILEY,Colon 2-minus 2; HAIRSTON,Christopher 1-13; PUGH,Jamere 1-6; WILLIAMS,Kasunn 1-0. INTERCEPTIONS: Johnson C. Smith-RANKIN,Darryl 1-0. Fayetteville State-SCALES,Joshua 1-13.


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RALEIGH, NC – In a game of must-win for Fayetteville State, the Broncos offense stalled as Saint Augustine’s University (5-3 overall, 3-2 CIAA) can now celebrate their Homecoming with a 34-28 triple overtime victory. The Broncos (1-7 overall, 0-5 CIAA) had the final possession but couldn’t get past the 20-yard line. The third-time is not the charm for FSU; as it missed three opportunities to win the game. Colon Bailey (junior – Manteo, NC) set a career best of 220 yards rushing from 37 carries. The 220-yard feat was close to setting an institutional record as a game-high. The plateau is 265 yards; which was set in 1993 by Clifton Davis. In the third and final overtime period, FSU had the choice of who gets the possession first. Since the Falcons offense was just on the field, the Broncos forced them to remain and attempted to play it to their favor. Saint Augustine’s Davonte Tolliver ate up six yards on the Falcons second play to take SAU to the FSU-19. Teddy Bacote connected with Christopher Dalton to get even closer with a 12-yard play. Tolliver followed with a sevenyard run to up Saint Augustine’s with the apparent winning score of 34-28. Saint Augustine’s won the coin toss for the first overtime period and put its faith in its defense. With the first possession, the Falcons chopped away the 25 yards in seven plays. Rowdy Batchelor entered the endzone for the up-ward arms of the officials and a 21-14 lead. The Falcons defense seemed to do its job on the Broncos possession. After a 10-yard offensive holding penalty, SAU sacked Andreas Hudson for a loss of eight yards and put the ball on the 41-yard line. Facing 3rd-and-26, Hudson found Antonio Allen for 26 yards and Chris Hubert for eight to place the ball on the seven-yard line. To send the game into double-overtime at 21-21, Hudson hit Xavier MolinaWilliams for a five-yard score. The conditions had switched for the second overtime period, giving FSU the first possession. Bailey’s number was called after Hudson threw two passes for 14 yards to reach the eight-yard line. Three rushes later, Bailey put FSU was on top 28-21. In the bottom of the second overtime, Saint Augustine’s caught a break after a pass interference call that placed the ball on the one-yard line and a 1st-and-goal situation. Three plays later, Roderick Davenport entered the endzone for a 28-all tie. In the second half of regulation, Fayetteville State was the first to put points on the board. During the Broncos second drive, Colon Bailey moved the ball five times for 33 yards. Andreas Hudson connected with Chris Hubert for 24 yards and Anthony Duran for 11. Bailey walked the ball into the endzone with a one-yard carry and the 7-0 lead. The total drive was nine plays for 71 yards. Saint Augustine’s responded to the score with one of their own on the pursuing drive. The Falcons drove 69 yards with nine plays in a little over three minutes. Jermaine Jones recovered a Tyron Laughinghouse fumble on the FSU oneyard line and continued it for the touchdown and a tied

game at 7-7.

To close out the third quarter, FSU capitalized on a SAU roughing the kicker penalty for a fresh set of downs. On a drive that started on its own 11-yard line, the Broncos preceded the length of the field to oneup the Falcons on the scoreboard. Hudson completed four-of-six passes for 32 yards on the drive. He then pounded the ball up the middle for a one-yard score. The touchdown was at the 12:19 mark of the fourth quarter and a 14-7 lead.

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October 13, 2012 Johnson C. Smith 34 Fayetteville State 28 George Williams Complex Raleigh, NC

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The Falcon Homecoming atmosphere bestowed life to its home team. Energized by the crowd, SAU drove another nine plays to tie the game at 14-a-piece. Teddy Bacote connected with Laughinghouse for the 21yard score. The drive lasted 2:35 and stretched 61 yards. Scores by Quarters Fayetteville State Saint Augustine’s Qtr. 3rd

Time 06:14 03:35

4th

12:19 09:44

OT

00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00

1 0 0

2 0 0

3 7 7

4 7 7

OT O1 O2 O3 14 14 0 0 20 0 13 0

Total 28 34

Play FSU - BAILEY,Colon 1 yd run (MAYO,Antonio kick), 9-71 4:29 SAU - JONES,Jermaine 0 yd fumble recovery (LIMA,Michael kick), 9-69 2:33 FSU - HUDSON,Andreas 1 yd run (MAYO,Antonio kick), 17-89 1:32 SAU - LAUGHINGHOUSE,T 21 yd pass from BACOTE,Teddy (LIMA,Michael kick), 9-61 2:35 SAU - BATCHELOR,Rowdy 1 yd run (LIMA,Michael kick), 6-25 0:00 FSU - MOLINA-WILLIAMS,Xavi 5 yd pass from HUDSON,Andreas (MAYO,Antonio kick), 6-25 0:00 FSU - BAILEY,Colon 1 yd run (MAYO,Antonio kick), 6-25 0:00 SAU - DAVENPORT,Roder 1 yd run (LIMA, Michael kick), 6-25 0:00 SAU - TOLIVER,Deonte 7 yd run (BACOTE,Teddy pass failed), 4-25 0:00

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

FSU 25 60-264 201 35-22-0 95-465 0-0 5-11 2-36 1-19 4-34.0 2-1 8-41 37:05 8 of 19 1 of 4 4-6 2-17

SAU 17 35-96 236 34-19-1 69-332 0-0 1--18 2-2 0-0 8-36.6 2-0 8-54 37:48 9 of 16 0 of 0 3-4 5-25

RUSHING: Fayetteville State-BAILEY,Colon 37-220;HAIRSTON, Chris 12-43; MONTGOMERY,Andre 1-10; PUGH,Jamere 2-10; WHITE,Ricardo 1-10; HUDSON,Andreas 7-minus 29. Saint Augustine’s-TOLIVER,D. 16-70; DAVENPORT,R. 7-29; ENGLISH,P. 4-9; WATKINS,D. 1-4; BATCHELOR, R. 2-2; LAUGHINGHOUSE 1-minus 1; JONES,J. 1-minus 4; BACOTE,T. 3-minus 13. PASSING: Fayetteville State-HUDSON,Andreas 22-35-0-201. Saint Augustine’s-BACOTE,Teddy 18-33-1-241; LAUGHINGHOUSE, T 1-1-0-minus 5. RECEIVING: Fayetteville State-ALLEN,Antonio 4-53; HUBERT, Christopher 4-50; WHITE,Ricardo 3-23; WILLIAMS,Kasunn 3-15; MOLINA-WILLIAMS,Xavi 2-16; DURAN,Anthony 2-14; HAIRSTON, Christopher 2-14; BAILEY,Colon 1-8; PUGH,Jamere 1-8. Saint Augustine’s-LAUGHINGHOUSE,T 9-117; JONES,J. 4-57; REAVES,H. 3-40; DALTON,C. 2-27; BACOTE, T. 1-minus 5. INTERCEPTIONS: Fayetteville State-JOHNSON,Michael 1-19. Saint Augustine’s-None.


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October 27, 2012 Livingstone 28 Fayetteville State 47 Luther N. Jeralds Stadium Fayetteville, NC

FAYETTEVILLE, NC – Running back Colon Bailey, Jr. broke Fayetteville State’s single-game rushing record as the Broncos celebrated Homecoming with a 47-29 victory over Livingstone (2-7, 2-4 CIAA). Bailey finished with a careerhigh 288 yards on 36 carries and three touchdowns. The victory was also historical for Head Coach Kenny Phillips. It was his 75th career win. In 13 seasons at the helm, he now holds a 75-62 record. Bailey (Jr., Manteo, NC) averaged eight yards per carry in the contest, and recorded a game-long rush of 40 yards. The 288 yards on the ground breaks the previous record of 265 set by Clifton Davis in 1993. He also eclipsed the 200yard rushing plateau for the second consecutive game as he ran for 220 last week against Saint Augustine’s. The Broncos (2-7 overall, 1-5 CIAA) rushed for a seasonhigh 376 yards against the Blue Bears. Christopher Hairston (So., Jacksonville, NC) and Andre Montgomery (Fr., Goldsboro, NC) contributed 103 yards on 21 carries as a pair. Hairston finished with 66 yards on 11 touches and Montgomery contributed 37 yards on 10 carries. Wide receiver Ricardo White (So., Monroe, NC) caught a team-best three catches for 73 yards. White pulled in a 53-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Andreas Hudson (Sr., Philadelphia, PA) that put Fayetteville State ahead 10-7 with 2:34 left in the first quarter. Hudson had 146 yards passing and two touchdowns on 9-of-13 attempts in the first half. Nick Bynkoski (Fr., Duncan, BC) took over in the second half to see his first collegiate experience. He rushed for his first touchdown to open the second half. The Broncos’ defense forced Livingstone into five turnovers (one interception, four fumbles) and held it to 337 yards of total offense. Four of the five turnovers led to 24 points for Fayetteville State. Free safety Michael Johnson (So., Raleigh, NC) led the defense with ten total tackles (seven solo and three assisted), one fumble recovery and one-half tackle for loss. Strong safety Michael Fogg (So., Raleigh, NC) tallied an interception and fumble recovery while finishing with seven tackles (four solo and three assisted).

Scores by Quarters Livingstone Fayetteville State

1 7 17

2 0 3

3 0 7

4 22 20

Total 29 47

Qtr. Time Play 1st 7:03 FSU - MAYO,Antonio 20 yd field goal, 14-76 0:00 03:38 LC - WILLIAMS,Javon 2 yd run (MANZO, Leonardo kick), 9-69 3:18 02:34 FSU - WHITE,Ricardo 53 yd pass from HUDSON, Andreas (MAYO,Antonio kick), 2-55 0:56 01:01 FSU - CLAY,Tevin 25 yd pass from HUDSON, Andreas (MAYO,Antonio kick), 1-35 0:07 2nd 02:12 FSU - MAYO,Antonio 25 yd field goal, 13-49 6:30 3rd 07:58 FSU - BYNKOSKI,Nick 3 yd run (MAYO,Antonio kick), 12-75 7:02 4th 12:44 FSU - BAILEY,Colon 10 yd run (MAYO,Antonio kick), 4-51 2:06 07:28 LC - EDWARDS,Dorian 23 yd fumble recovery (MANZO,Leonardo kick blockd) 06:37 FSU - BAILEY,Colon 40 yd run (MAYO,Antonio kick), 2-46 1:03 06:16 FSU - BAILEY,Colon 8 yd run (MAYO,Antonio kick failed), 1-8 0:06 04:20 LC - POWELL,Drew 1 yd run (JAMES,Carl pass from POWELL,Drew), 7-100 1:56 01:27 LC - PRINCE,Levi 15 yd fumble recovery (JAMES, Carl pass from POWELL,Drew) FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

LC 21 31-107 230 38-20-1 69-337 2-38 0-0 7-148 0-0 3-41.7 6-4 5-31 27:27 4 of 10 1 of 3 2-5 1-4

FSU 25 63-376 146 13-9-0 76-522 2-29 3--7 3-23 1-0 3-31.3 4-4 9-90 32:33 5 of 12 1 of 1 4-5 4-28

RUSHING: Livingstone-WILLIAMS,Javon 13-60; POWELL,Drew 11-22; HOOD,Montoria 2-16; GOURDINE,Terril 3-14; HIGGINS,Austin 1-0; HOLLAND,Anthony 1-minus 5. Fayetteville State-BAILEY,Colon 36-288; HAIRSTON,Christopher 11-66; MONTGOMERY,Andre 10-37; HUDSON,Andreas 1-5; BYNKOSKI,Nick 3-2; JEFFERS,Darius 2-minus 22. PASSING: Livingstone-POWELL,Drew 20-36-1-230; WILLIAMS,Javon 0-2-0-0. Fayetteville State-HUDSON,Andreas 9-13-0-146; BYNKOSKI,Nick 0-0-0-0. RECEIVING: Livingstone-COLLINS,Avery 5-67; WILLIAMS, Javon 5-45; HENDRICKS,Jalen 3-40; HOLLAND,Anthony 3-26; JAMES,Carl 2-39; HOOD,Montoria 1-10; BENNETT,Brandon 1-3. Fayetteville State-WHITE,Ricardo 3-73; CLAY,Tevin 2-37; HAIRSTON,Christopher 1-22; DURAN,Anthony 1-6; WILLIAMS,Kasunn 1-5; MONTGOMERY,Andre 1-3. INTERCEPTIONS: Livingstone-None. Fayetteville StateFOGG,Michael 1-0.


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FAYETTEVILLE, NC – Fayetteville State running back Colon Bailey, Jr. (Jr., Manteo, NC) eclipsed the 1,000yard rushing barrier at Luther “Nick” Jeralds Stadium as the Broncos suffered a 41-8 defeat to the second-ranked Winston-Salem State Rams. FSU ends its season with a 2-8 overall record and 1-6 mark in the league. The Rams remain unbeaten at 10-0 and 7-0 in the CIAA. It was Senior Day for Broncos, who honored its five seniors prior to the contest. Honored were: wide receiver Jamere Pugh, quarterback Andreas Hudson, linebacker Bryce Williams, offensive lineman William Hunt and tight end Xavier Molina-Williams. Bailey, Jr. led the FSU offense with 78 yards rushing on 23 carries. He averaged 3.4 yards per carry and had a long run of 14 yards. Freshman quarterback Derek Bryant (Carrboro, NC) passed for 80 yards on 10-of-16 attempts in his first start of the season. Ricardo White (So., Monroe, NC) had a team-high three catches for 34 yards. Bryce Williams (Sr., St. Petersburg, FL) collected 12 tackles (five solo, seven assisted). Free safety Michael Johnson (So., Raleigh, NC) had ten tackles (six solo, four assisted) and recorded his fourth interception of the season. The Fayetteville State defense forced the Rams, who will face Elizabeth City State next week in the CIAA Championship Game, into three first-half turnovers and went into halftime, tied 6-6. The Rams managed just 152 yards of offense in the first half while quarterback Kameron Smith threw two interceptions and completed just five passes for 78 yards on 14 attempts. Colon Bailey, Jr. surpassed the 1,000-yard plateau on a five-yard run in the second quarter with FSU trailing 6-3. He finishes the season with 1,015 yards and 10 touchdowns on 178 carries. The 6-0, 200-pound running back averaged 101.5 yards per game this season and averaged 5.7 yards per carry. His ten rushing touchdowns are the most since Richard Medlin in 2008. Only three other FSU running backs, including Medlin, have tallied 10 or more touchdowns in a season. Clifton Davis had 17 touchdowns in 1993 and DeAngelo Bridgers rushed for 11 in 2002. Colon becomes the first running back since Davis in 1994 to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season, and is the third player in program history to accomplish the feat. Davis had 1,063 yards on the ground in 1994, which followed a 1,591-yard campaign in 1993. James Godwin (1974-75) also ran for over 1,000 yards in a season for the Broncos; he had 1,079 yards in 1974 and 1,100 in 1975.

Scores by Quarters 1 #2 Winston-Salem State 6 Fayetteville State 0

2 0 6

3 14 0

4 21 2

Total 41 8

Qtr. Time Play 1st 10:13 WSSU - MCDONALD,Brand 7 yd run (SUAREZ, Alejandr kick failed), 7-80 3:16 2nd 14:54 FSU - MAYO,Antonio 28 yd field goal, 4-24 2:27 04:45 FSU - MAYO,Antonio 23 yd field goal, 14-56 7:10 3rd 09:44 WSSU - LEAK,DeQuann 8 yd run (SUAREZ, Alejandr kick), 10-76 5:16 02:36 WSSU - BUTLER,Jahuann 7 yd pass from SMITH, Kameron (SUAREZ,Alejandr kick), 9-52 4:49 4th 09:37 WSSU - BUTLER,Jahuann 37 yd pass from SMITH,Kameron (SUAREZ,Alejandr kick), 2-58 0:18 09:14 WSSU - MASSEY,Jameze 35 yd pass from SMITH, Kameron (SUAREZ,Alejandr kick), 3-35 0:23 04:58 WSSU - MOORE,Robert 14 yd pass from CARROTHERS,Anth (THAYER,Landen kick), 6-39 3:06 02:18 FSU - FSU BRONCOS TM safety FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

WSSU 25 38-195 241 31-16-2 69-436 0-0 3--5 2-57 1-27 2-33.5 2-1 12-92 31:44 6 of 11 1 of 2 4-5 2-13

FSU 6 32-74 18-10-1 50-154 1-23 1-13 6-88 2-25 5-35.4 4-3 14-102 28:16 1 of 13 1 of 3 2-3 2-19

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RUSHING: Winston-Salem State-SHERMAN,Bryce 9-51; LEAK,DeQuann 9-48; MCDONALD,Brand 5-32; MASSEY,Jameze 3-26; THOMAS,Darryl 3-25; SMITH,Kameron 7-13; MCGILL,Curtis 1-2; WSSU Team 1-minus 2. Fayetteville State-BAILEY, 23-78; ADAMS,Michael 2-7; WHITE,Ricardo 1-5; MONTGOMERY,Andre 1-minus 2; BYNKOSKI,Nick 1-minus 3; BRYANT,Derek 4-minus 11. PASSING: Winston-Salem State-SMITH,Kameron 13-282-218; CARROTHERS,Anth 3-3-0-23. Fayetteville StateBRYANT,Derek 10-16-1-80; BYNKOSKI,Nick 0-2-0-0. RECEIVING: Winston-Salem State-BUTLER,Jahuann 6-128; MASSEY,Jameze 2-47; SHERMAN,Bryce 2-20; THOMAS,Darryl 2-9; ROZIER,Ricky 1-15; MOORE,Robert 1-14; PATTERSON,Kenny 1-7; BRANTLEY,Tehbyn 1-1. Fayetteville State-WHITE, Ricardo 3-34; DURAN,Anthony 1-13; BAILEY,Colon 1-12; WILLIAMS,Kasunn 1-11; CLAY,Tevin 1-5; MOLINA-WILLIAMS,Xavi 1-4; MONTGOMERY,Andre 1-3; PUGH,Jamere 1-minus 2. INTERCEPTIONS: Winston-Salem State-MCGILL,Curtis 1-27. Fayetteville State-JOHNSON,Michael 1-25; SCALES,Joshua 1-0.

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Noverber 8, 2012 Winston-Salem State 41 Fayetteville State 8 Luther N. Jeralds Stadium Fayetteville, NC


BRONCOS 2012 combined team statistics

2012 season in review

RECORD: ALL GAMES CONFERENCE NON-CONFERENCE

DATE Sep 1, 2012 Sep 8, 2012 Sep 15, 2012 *Sep 22, 2012 *Sep 29, 2012 *Oct 06, 2012 *Oct 13, 2012 *Oct 20, 2012 *Oct 27, 2012 *Nov 03, 2012

OVERALL HOME (2-8) (2-3) (1-6) (1-3) (1-2) (1-0)

AWAY NEUTRAL (0-5) (0-0) (0-3) (0-0) (0-2) (0-0)

OPPONENT W/L SCORE ATTEND at NC Central L 31-54 9077 at UNC Pembroke L 21-31 4024 VIRGINIA UNION W 28-17 2102 ELIZABETH CITY ST. L 13-20 2967 at Chowan L 3-27 682 at Shaw L 28-45 2032 JOHNSON C. SMITH L 18-35 3173 at Saint Augustine’s LOT 28-34 2500 LIVINGSTONE W 47-29 3705 #2 WINSTON-SALEM ST. L 8-41 3732

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

FSU 225 22.5 184 98 72 14 1768 2170 402 419 4.2 176.8 17 1647 149-260-6 6.3 11.1 164.7 6 3415 679 5.0 341.5 42-696 18-87 11-139 16.6 4.8 12.6 27-18 94-758 75.8 51-1782 34.9 29.2 45-2307 51.3 42.7 31:50 43/136 32% 6/16 38% 20-163 15 27 11-18 0-1 25 of 34 19 of 34 24 of 25 15679 5/3136

OPP 333 33.3 205 90 91 24 1669 1976 307 374 4.5 166.9 23 2035 156-294-11 6.9 13.0 203.5 16 3704 668 5.5 370.4 28-545 19-234 6-164 19.5 12.3 27.3 21-18 79-585 58.5 40-1304 32.6 29.9 56-2872 51.3 35.3 29:31 47/127 37% 13/23 57% 28-180 4 46 5-11 2-2 33 of 43 30 of 43 38 of 42 18315 5/3663 0/0

RUSHING BAILEY,Colon MONTGOMERY,Andre HAIRSTON,Christopher BRYANT-DOVE,Tyrel CONCEPCION,Chaunc HUDSON,Andreas WHITE,Ricardo PUGH,Jamere ADAMS,Michael ALLEN,Antonio HUBERT,Christopher BYNKOSKI,Nick FSU BRONCOS TM SCALES,Joshua BRYANT,Derek BRONCOS TM JEFFERS,Darius Total Opponents

G 10 10 8 4 5 9 9 8 1 10 6 2 5 10 1 1 2 10 10

Att 178 86 31 24 33 43 3 2 2 1 1 4 3 1 4 1 2 419 374

Gain 1052 473 141 119 156 188 15 10 7 0 0 6 0 0 3 0 0 2170 1976

Loss 37 27 23 22 84 138 2 0 0 0 0 7 3 7 14 16 22 402 307

Net 1015 446 118 97 72 50 13 10 7 0 0 -1 03 -7 -11 -16 -22 1768 1669

PASSING G Eff Comp-Att-Int Pct HUDSON,Andreas 9 111.96 92-171-3 53.8 CONCEPCION,Chaunc 5 125.31 47-71-2 66.2 BRYANT,Derek 1 92.00 10-16-1 62.5 BYNKOSKI,Nick 2 0.00 0-2-0 0.0 Total 10 113.52 149-260-6 57.3 Opponents 10 121.68 156-294-11 53.1 RECEIVING WHITE,Ricardo WILLIAMS,Kasunn DURAN,Anthony ALLEN,Antonio HUBERT,Christopher MONTGOMERY,Andre CLAY,Tevin BAILEY,Colon MOLINA-WILLIAMS,Xa HAIRSTON,Christopher PUGH,Jamere ENNIS,Darrian SCALES,Joshua PERSON,Christopher BRYANT-DOVE,Tyrel Total Opponents

G 9 10 10 10 6 10 7 10 8 8 8 6 10 7 4 10 10

PUNT RETURNS HUBERT,Christopher DURAN,Anthony CROWDER,Parish SCALES,Joshua McLEAN,Joseph PERSON,Christopher Total Opponents INTERCEPTIONS JOHNSON,Michael SCALES,Joshua FOGG,Michael SOWELL,Jalen PERSON,Christopher Total Opponents KICK RETURNS JOHNSON,Michael PUGH,Jamere HAIRSTON,Christopher MONTGOMERY,Andre MOLINA-WILLIAMS,Xa HUBERT,Christopher WHITE,Ricardo ROUSE,LaDarus BROWN,John BAILEY,Colon Total Opponents

Yds 1059 508 80 0 1647 2035

Yds 369 368 183 357 93 34 81 28 27 49 12 21 14 7 4 1647 2035

Avg 12.3 13.1 7.6 17.0 9.3 3.8 16.2 5.6 5.4 12.2 4.0 10.5 14.0 7.0 4.0 11.1 13.0

TD 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 16

Lg 53 52 27 55 24 10 30 12 11 22 8 15 14 7 4 55 75

No. 10 5 1 1 1 0 18 19

Yds 20 15 2 12 36 2 87 234

Avg 2.0 3.0 2.0 12.0 36.0 0.0 4.8 12.3

TD 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2

Lg 13 13 2 0 0 2 13 75

No. 4 4 1 1 1 11 6

Yds 106 13 0 20 0 139 164

Avg 26.5 3.2 0.0 20.0 0.0 12.6 27.3

TD 1 0 0 0 0 1 2

Lg 62 13 0 20 0 62 69

No. 17 8 5 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 42 28

No. 30 28 24 21 10 9 5 5 5 4 3 2 1 1 1 149 156

Avg 5.7 5.2 3.8 4.0 2.2 1.2 4.3 5.0 3.5 0.0 0.0 -0.2 -1.0 -7.0 -2.8 -16.0 -11.0 4.2 4.5

Yds 404 143 66 23 4 1 24 18 0 13 696 545

Avg TD 23.8 1 17.9 0 13.2 0 7.7 0 2.0 0 0.5 0 24.0 0 18.0 0 0.0 0 13.0 0 16.6 1 19.5 0

Lg 94 51 26 12 4 4 24 18 0 13 94 68

TD 10 1 0 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 17 23

TD 5 1 0 0 6 16

Lg 40 45 33 19 23 31 10 7 5 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 0 45 69 Lg 55 48 18 0 55 75

Avg/G 41.0 36.8 18.3 35.7 15.5 3.4 11.6 2.8 3.4 6.1 1.5 3.5 1.4 1.0 1.0 164.7 203.5

Avg/G 101.5 44.6 14.8 24.2 14.4 5.6 1.4 1.2 7.0 0.0 0.0 -0.5 -0.6 -0.7 -11.0 -16.0 -11.0 176.8 166.9 Avg/G 117.7 101.6 80.0 0.0 164.7 203.5


BRONCOS FUMBLE RETURNS JOHNSON,Donald ROUSE,LaDarus JOHNSON,Michael FOGG,Michael Total Opponents

No. Yds Avg TD 1 20 20.0 1 1 19 19.0 0 1 10 10.0 0 1 23 23.0 0 4 72 18.0 1 3 133 44.3 3

Lg 20 19 10 23 23 95

Avg 35.6 0.0 34.9 32.6

Lg TB 64 3 0 0 64 3 49 1

KICKOFFS MAYO,Antonio Total Opponents

Avg 51.3 51.3 51.3

TB OB Retn Net Ydin 6 1 6 1 19.5 35.8 29 8 2 16.6 35.3 29

No. Yds 45 2307 45 2307 56 2872

SCORING TD FGs BAILEY,Colon 10 0-0 MAYO,Antonio 0 11-18 MONTGOMERY,Andre 2 0-0 HUDSON,Andreas 2 0-0 CONCEPCION,Chaunc 2 0-0 JOHNSON,Michael 2 0-0 WHITE,Ricardo 1 0-0 JOHNSON,Donald 1 0-0 WILLIAMS,Kasunn 1 0-0 DURAN,Anthony 1 0-0 MOLINA-WILLIAMS,Xa 1 0-0 BRYANT-DOVE,Tyrel 1 0-0 BYNKOSKI,Nick 1 0-0 PERSON,Christopher 1 0-0 CLAY,Tevin 1 0-0 SCALES,Joshua 0 0-0 FSU BRONCOS TM 0 0-0 FOGG,Michael 0 0-0 Total 27 11-18 Opponents 46 5-11

PAT Kick 0-0 24-25 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 24-25 38-42

FC 3 0 3 3

I20 50+ Blk 14 5 1 0 0 0 14 5 1 10 0 2

Rush Rcv Pass DXP Sat Pts 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 60 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 57 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 14 0-0 0 1-1 0 0 12 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 1-1 0 0-0 0 0 2 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0 1-1 1 1-1 0 1 225 0-0 2 2-3 0 0 333

FIELD GOALS FG Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk MAYO,Antonio 11-18 61.1 0-0 4-6 2-4 5-8 0-0 45 1 FG SEQUENCE FSU Opponents NC Central (38) 46,35 UNC Pembroke (44), 27 Virginia Union 30, (36) Elizabeth City State (42), (41) (26), (29) Chowan (45), 44 Shaw (37), (40), 24 (40) Johnson C. Smith 36, (42) Saint Augustine’s 41, 45, 25 Livingstone (20), (25) 31 Winston-Salem State 33, (28), (23) 37 Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

G 9 10 5 10 8 4 1 9 8 1 2 5 10 1 2 10 10

Plays 214 178 104 86 31 24 20 3 2 2 6 3 1 1 2 679 668

Rush 50 1015 72 446 118 97 -11 13 10 7 -1 -3 -7 -16 -22 1768 1669

Pass 1059 0 508 0 0 0 80 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1647 2035

ALL-PURPOSE BAILEY,Colon JOHNSON,Michael MONTGOMERY,Andre WHITE,Ricardo WILLIAMS,Kasunn ALLEN,Antonio HAIRSTON,Christopher DURAN,Anthony PUGH,Jamere HUBERT,Christopher BRYANT-Dove,Tyrel CLAY,Tevin CONCEPCION,Chaunc HUDSON,Andreas McLEAN,Joseph SCALES,Joshua MOLINA-WILLIAMS,Xa ENNIS,Darrian SOWELL,Jalen ROUSE,LaDarus PERSON,Christopher ADAMS,Michael CROWDER,Parish BYNKOSKI,Nick FSU BRONCOS TM BRYANT,Derek BRONCOS TM JEFFERS,Darius Total Opponents

G 10 10 10 9 10 10 8 10 8 6 4 7 5 9 10 10 8 6 8 3 7 1 2 2 5 1 1 2 10 10

Rush Rcv PR 1015 28 0 0 0 0 446 34 0 13 369 0 0 368 0 0 357 0 118 49 0 0 183 15 10 12 0 0 93 20 97 4 0 0 81 0 72 0 0 50 0 0 0 0 36 -7 14 12 0 27 0 0 21 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 2 7 0 0 0 0 2 -1 0 0 -3 0 0 -11 0 0 -16 0 0 -22 0 0 1768 1647 87 1669 2035 234

Total 1109 1015 580 446 118 97 69 13 10 7 -1 -3 -7 -16 -22 3415 3704

Avg/G 123.2 101.5 116.0 44.6 14.8 24.2 69.0 1.4 1.2 7.0 -0.5 -0.6 -0.7 -16.0 -11.0 341.5 370.4

KR IR Total Avg/G 13 0 1056 105.6 404 106 510 51.0 23 0 503 50.3 24 0 406 45.1 0 0 368 36.8 0 0 357 35.7 66 0 233 29.1 0 0 198 19.8 143 0 165 20.6 1 0 114 19.0 0 0 101 25.2 0 0 81 11.6 0 0 72 14.4 0 0 50 5.6 0 0 36 3.6 0 13 32 3.2 4 0 31 3.9 0 0 21 3.5 0 20 20 2.5 18 0 18 6.0 0 0 9 1.3 0 0 7 7.0 0 0 2 1.0 0 0 -1 -0.5 0 0 -3 -0.6 0 0 -11 -11.0 0 0 -16 -16.0 0 0 -22 -11.0 696 139 4337 433.7 545 164 4647 464.7

2012 season in review

PUNTING No. Yds MAYO,Antonio 50 1782 FSU BRONCOS TM 1 0 Total 51 1782 Opponents 40 1304

TOTAL OFFENSE HUDSON,Andreas BAILEY,Colon CONCEPCION,Chaunc MONTGOMERY,Andre HAIRSTON,Christopher BRYANT-DOVE,Tyrel BRYANT,Derek WHITE,Ricardo PUGH,Jamere ADAMS,Michael BYNKOSKI,Nick FSU BRONCOS TM SCALES,Joshua BRONCOS TM JEFFERS,Darius Total Opponents


2012 season in review

BRONCOS No. 18 30 10 21 47 3 32 25 4 96 48 72 53 16 40 42 93 57 38 28 8 92 90 20 79 35 36 55 87 22 5 50 13 27 29 37 TM TM 97 12

Defensive Leaders JOHNSON,Michael WILLIAMS,Bryce SCALES,Joshua MARSHALL,Simeon McLEAN,Joseph FOGG,Michael BROWN,John PRIDE,Montrey WITHERSPOON,Marcus PERRY,Thomas GATHERS,Marquel REDMAN,Derrick JOHNSON,Donald PARKER,Reginald FOX,Jermaine TATE,Courtney MATAGI,Travis MASH,Rendall SOWELL,Jalen SYKES,Michael PERSON,Christopher GREEN,Kendrell WILLIAMS,Aric HARRIS,Kendrick DIGGS,Christopher STEWART,Robert THOMAS,Juwan ROBERTS,Desmond ALLEYNE,Dennis BRYANT-DOVE,Tyrel DURAN,Anthony MOORE,Steven MAYO,Antonio SIMPSON,Davon CROWDER,Parish RIDDICK,Derrell BRONCOS TM FSU BRONCOS TM ROUSE,LaDarus HUDSON,Andreas Total Opponents

GP 10 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 8 8 10 10 6 9 7 8 7 8 5 7 3 3 3 5 5 3 8 1 4 10 1 10 1 2 3 1 5 3 9 10 10

[Tackles] Solo Ast Total 48 45 93 37 33 70 35 17 52 31 14 45 21 18 39 23 12 35 20 14 34 15 15 30 9 17 26 12 11 23 15 7 22 11 10 21 7 12 19 13 5 18 14 3 17 7 9 16 6 5 11 5 5 10 6 3 9 4 5 9 7 1 8 3 2 5 3 1 4 2 2 4 1 2 3 2 1 3 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 364 274 638 408 343 751

TFL/Yds 4.5-16 16.0-94 1.0-5 5.5-19 0.5-1 6.0-20 7.5-25 2.5-22 2.5-19 3.5-7 2.0-10 3.0-11 1.0-1 1.0-2 3.5-11 1.5-11 1.0-2 1.0-8 0.5-3 64-287 88-346

[Sacks] No-Yards 0.5-5 8.0-65 0.5-3 1.0-8 0.5-3 2.5-14 1.5-21 2.0-18 0.5-2 1.0-7 0.5-5 1.0-9 0.5-3 20-163 28-180

[ - Pass Def - ][- Fumbles - ] Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds 4-106 2 2 2-10 1 1 4-13 16 4 1-0 4 1 1-0 1 2-23 1 2 1 1 1 2-20 2 1-0 1 1 1-20 1 1 1-0 1 1 1-0 1-19 1 11-139 36 11 10-72 6-164 30 17 17-133

FF 2 3 1 1 1 2 10 12

Blkd Kick 1 1 1 1 1 5 2

Saf 1 1 -


BRONCOS FAYETTEVILLE STATE INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Long Pass: Receptions: Yards Receiving: TD Receptions:

Long Reception: Field Goals:

Long Field Goal: Punts: Punting Avg: Long Punt: Punts Inside 20: Long Punt Return: Long Kickoff Return: Tackles: Sacks: Tackles for loss: Interceptions:

37, Colon Bailey at SAU (10/20/12) 288, Colon Bailey vs. LC (10/27/12) 3, Colon Bailey vs. LC (10/27/12) 45, Andre Montgomery at SU (10/6/12) 37, Andreas Hudson at SU (10/6/12) 22, Andreas Hudson at SAU (10/20/12) 216, Andreas Hudson at SU (10/6/12) 2, Andreas Hudson at SU (10/6/12) 2, Andreas Hudson vs. LC (10/27/12) 55, Andreas Hudson vs. JCSU (10/13/12) 7, Ricardo White vs. JCSU (10/13/12) 88, Kasunn Williams at UNCP (9/8/12) 1, Kasunn Williams vs. VUU (9/15/12) 1, Anthony Duran at SU (10/6/12) 1, Andre Montgomery at SU (10/6/12) 1, Xavier Molina-Williams at SAU (10/20/12) 1, Tevin Clay vs. LC (10/27/12) 1, Ricardo White vs. LC (10/27/12) 55, Antonio Allen vs. JCSU (10/13/12) 2, Antonio Mayo vs. ECSU (9/22/12) 2, Antonio Mayo at SU (10/6/12) 2, Antonio Mayo vs. LC (10/27/12) 2, Antonio Mayo vs. WSSU (11/3/12) 45, Antonio Mayo at CU (9/29/12) 7, Antonio Mayo vs. JCSU (10/13/12) 38.6, Antonio Mayo vs. ECSU (9/22/12) 64, Antonio Mayo at UNCP (9/8/12 3, Antonio Mayo at CU (9/29/12) 3, Antonio Mayo at SU (10/6/12) 13, Anthony Duran at UNCP (9/8/12) 13, Christopher Hubert vs. WSSU (11/3/12) 94, Michael Johnson at NCCU (9/1/12) 19, Michael Johnson vs. JCSU (10/13/12) 3.0, Bryce Williams vs. ECSU (9/22/12) 5.5, Bryce Williams vs. ECSU (9/22/12) 1, Christopher Person at UNCP (9/8/12) 1, Jalen Sowell at CU (9/29/12) 1, Michael Fogg vs. LC (10/27/12) 1, Joshua Scales vs. WSSU (11/3/12) 1, Michael Johnson vs. WSSU (11/3/12)

FAYETTEVILLE STATE TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes: 63, vs. LC (10/27/12) Yards Rushing: 376, vs. LC (10/27/12) Yards Per Rush: 6.0, vs. LC (10/27/12) TD Rushes: 4, vs. LC (10/27/12) Pass Attempts: 37, at SU (10/6/12) Pass Completions: 22, at SAU (10/20/12) Yards Passing: 216, at SU (10/6/12) Yards Per Pass: 11.7, vs. VUU (9/15/12) TD Passes: 2, at SU (10/6/12) 2, vs. LC (10/27/12) Total Plays: 95, at SAU (10/20/12) Total Offense: 522, vs. LC (10/27/12) Yards Per Play: 6.9, vs. LC (10/27/12) Points: 47, vs. LC (10/27/12) Sacks By: 4, vs. LC (10/27/12) First Downs: 25, at SAU (10/20/12) 25, vs. LC (10/27/12) Penalties: 14, vs. WSSU (11/3/12) Penalty Yards: 109, at CU (9/29/12) Turnovers: 4, at NCCU (9/1/12) 4, vs. LC (10/27/12) 4, vs. WSSU (11/3/12) Interceptions By: 2, at UNCP (9/8/12) 2, vs. WSSU (11/3/12) Punts: 7, at CU (9/29/12) 7, vs. JCSU (10/13/12) Punting Avg: 38.6, vs. ECSU (9/22/12) Long Punt: 64, at UNCP (9/8/12) Punts Inside 20: 3, at CU (9/29/12) 3, at SU (10/6/12) Long Punt Return: 13, at UNCP (9/8/12) 13, vs. WSSU (11/3/12)

Rushes: Yards Rushing: TD Rushes: Long Rush: Pass Attempts: Pass Completions: Yards Passing: TD Passes: Long Pass: Receptions: Yards Receiving: TD Receptions: Long Reception: Field Goals: Long Field Goal: Punts: Punting Avg: Long Punt: Punts Inside 20:

Long Punt Return: Long Kickoff Return: Tackles: Sacks: Tackles For Loss: Interceptions:

33, Daronte McNeill vs. ECSU (9/22/12) 163, Marquise Grizzle at SU (10/6/12) 3, Damonte Terry at UNCP (9/8/12) 69, Elliott Powell at UNCP (9/8/12) 36, Drew Powell vs. LC (10/27/12) 21, Keahn Wallace vs. JCSU (10/13/12) 360, James Stallons at SU (10/6/12) 4, James Stallons at SU (10/6/12) 75, James Stallons at SU (10/6/12) 9, Tyron Laughinghouse at SAU (10/20/12) 128, Jahuann Butler vs. WSSU (11/3/12) 2, Ryan Nolan at CU (9/29/12) 2, Jahuann Butler vs. WSSU (11/3/12) 75, Ta’Juan Brown at SU (10/6/12) 2, Brett Symonds vs. ECSU (9/22/12) 44, Matt Davis at UNCP (9/8/12) 8, Alexander Tucket at SAU (10/20/12) 41.7, Kristofer Hemphill vs. LC (10/27/12) 49, Atiba Jackson vs. ECSU (9/22/12) 49, Kristofer Hemphill vs. LC (10/27/12) 2, Matthew Cornelius at NCCU (9/1/12) 2, Matt Lucas at CU (9/29/12) 2, Vinny Pacifico at SU (10/6/12) 75, Denzel Duchenne vs. VUU (9/15/12) 68, Antjuan Randall at CU (9/29/12) 17, Dorian Edwards vs. LC (10/27/12) 2.0, Brad Davis vs. ECSU (9/22/12) 2.0, TJ Batchelor at CU (9/29/12) 2.5, Austin Jacques vs. JCSU (10/13/12) 2.5, Kenneth White vs. LC (10/27/12) 2, Darnell Evans at SU (10/6/12)

OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS Rushes: Yards Rushing: Yards Per Rush: TD Rushes: Pass Attempts: Pass Completions: Yards Passing: Yards Per Pass: TD Passes: Total Plays: Total Offense: Yards Per Play: Points: Sacks By: First Downs: Penalties: Penalty Yards: Turnovers: Interceptions By: Punts: Punting Avg: Long Punt: Punts Inside 20:

Long Punt Return:

52 vs. ECSU (9/22/12) 221 vs. ECSU (9/22/12) 5.8 at NCCU (9/1/12) 4 at NCCU (9/1/12) 4 at UNCP (9/8/12) 38 vs. LC (10/27/12) 21 vs. JCSU (10/13/12) 360 at SU (10/6/12) 12.0 at SU (10/6/12) 4 at SU (10/6/12) 4 vs. WSSU (11/3/12) 76 at UNCP (9/8/12) 545 at SU (10/6/12) 8.4 at SU (10/6/12) 54 at NCCU (9/1/12) 5 at SAU (10/20/12) 27 at SU (10/6/12) 17 at SU (10/6/12) 133 at SU (10/6/12) 5 vs. LC (10/27/12) 2 at SU (10/6/12) 8 at SAU (10/20/12) 41.7 vs. LC (10/27/12) 49 vs. ECSU (9/22/12) 49 vs. LC (10/27/12) 2 at NCCU (9/1/12) 2 at CU (9/29/12) 2 at SU (9/29/12) 75 vs. VUU (9/15/12)

2012 season in review

Rushes: Yards Rushing: TD Rushes: Long Rush: Pass Attempts: Pass Completions: Yards Passing: TD Passes:

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS


BRONCOS 2012 CIAA Final Rankings NORTHERN DIVISION

2012 season in review

School Elizabeth City St. Chowan Virginia Union Virginia St. Bowie St. Lincoln (PA)

CIAA 6-1 5-2 3-4 3-4 2-5 1-6

Pct. .857 .714 .429 .429 .286 .143

SOUTHERN DIVISION School CIAA Pct. Winston-Salem St. 7-0 1.000 Johnson C. Smith 5-2 .714 Saint Augustine’s 4-3 .571 Shaw 3-4 .429 Livingstone 2-5 .286 Fayetteville St. 1-6 .143

PF 211 224 186 139 151 162

PA 136 181 153 136 190 328

Overall 8-4 6-4 5-5 4-6 5-5 1-9

Pct. .667 .600 .500 .400 .500 .100

PF 298 328 262 182 227 206

PA 267 268 202 194 241 479

2011 Home 8-4 3-1 3-7 3-2 5-5 4-1 5-5 2-3 4-6 2-3 2-8 1-4

Away Neutral 3-2 2-1 3-2 0-0 1-4 0-0 2-3 0-0 3-2 0-0 0-5 0-0

vs. Div. Streak 4-1 W1 3-2 W2 3-2 W1 3-2 L2 2-3 L1 0-5 L5

PF 350 242 226 237 153 145

PA 92 204 225 243 307 231

Overall 14-1 6-4 6-4 4-6 2-8 2-8

Pct. .933 .600 .600 .400 .200 .200

PF 603 313 305 309 241 225

PA 261 291 273 341 468 333

2011 Home 13-1 7-0 6-5 4-1 4-6 4-1 3-7 2-4 1-9 1-4 4-6 2-3

Away Neutral 5-0 2-1 2-2 0-1 2-2 0-1 2-2 0-0 1-4 0-0 0-5 0-0

vs. Div. Streak 5-0 L1 4-1 W4 3-2 W1 2-3 L3 0-5 L5 1-4 L1

2012 CIAA All-Conference Teams TE OL OL OL OL OL WR WR QB RB RB KR PK

FIRST TEAM Offense Khari Lee, BSU Jobari Coleman-Wilson, CU Vincent Maene, ECSU Stedman Gardner, SAU Markus Lawrence, WSSU Nathaniel Hartung, WSSU Tyron Laughinghouse, SAU Jahuann Butler, WSSU Kameron Smith, WSSU Daronte McNeill, ECSU Colon Bailey, Jr. FSU Tyron Laughinghouse, SAU Alejandro Suarez, WSSU

TE OL OL OL OL OL WR WR QB RB RB KR PK

SECOND TEAM Offense Jamie DeGeare, WSSU Rory Nixon, SAU Kyle Catterton, VSU Marion Holt, VUU Daven Gray, WSSU Chris Bearden, WSSU Douglas McNeil, III, VSU Matthew Coston, LU James Stallons, SU Dedrick Anderson, JCSU Jerrell Washington, VUU Jameze Massey, WSSU Stephen Velasquez, VUU

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB DB DB DB DB PR P

FIRST TEAM Defense TJ Batchelor, CU Brad Davis, ECSU Javarous Faulk, SAU Barry Tripp, WSSU Ken White, LC Chaz Robinson, SAU Carlos Fields, WSSU Curtis Pumphrey, BSU Nigel Rios, ECSU Andre Kates, VUU Malcolm Rowe, WSSU Jameze Massey, WSSU Landen Thayer, WSSU

DL DL DL DL LB LB LB DB DB DB DB PR P

SECOND TEAM Defense Oladimeji Layeni, BSU Tim Green, LU Kentrell Harris, VUU Donnie Owens, WSSU Antoine Young, BSU Tyheim Pitt, LC Khendra Reid, WSSU Delante White, BSU Joshua Scales, FSU Darnell Evans, SU Brian Smith, VUU Tyron Laughinghouse, SAU Kyle Jaski, LU

Offensive Player of the Year: Kameron Smith, WSSU Defensive Player of the Year: Carlos Fields, WSSU Special Teams Player of the Year: Tyron Laughinghouse, SAU

2012 CIAA All-Rookie Team Offense OL

Ronnie Ransome, VSU

WR

Ryan Nolan, CU

WR

Antonio Huff, ECSU

WR

Fred Scott, JCSU

WR

Ja’von Smallwood, VSU

QB

Drew Powell, LC

QB

Kenneth Graham, VUU

RB

Andre Montgomery, FSU

RB

Roderick Davenport, SAU

RB

Marquise Grizzle, SU

RB

Lamont Britt, VSU

LB

Antoine Young, BSU

LB

Marquel Gathers, FSU

CB

Curtis Pumphrey, BSU

CB

Kenneth Miller, SAU

CB

Devonte Piggott, VSU

DB

Jacob Lockley, LU

Defense

DB

Matthew Browning, DB

FS

Darion Thomas, DB

S

Brion Robinson, LU

S

Brandon Whitaker, CU

K/P

Alex Noba, CU

Offensive Rookie of the Year: Drew Powell, LC Defensive Rookie of the Year: Curtis Pumphrey, BSU


Football all-time history

BRONCOS Head Coach History Year 1934-1939 1939-1943 1945-1954 1954-1956 1957-1958 1959-1962; 1966-69 1963-1965 1970-1979; 1989-91 1980 1981-1984 1985-1988 1992-1996 1997-1999 2000-2012 Total

Name Walter Armstrong Henry A. Black William A. Gaines William A. Gaines William Bryant Hubert R. Doubs Frank Robinson Raymond McDougal Tom Morris William K. Head Robert Pulliam Jerome Harper James Toon Kenny Phillips

EIAC RECORD CIAA RECORD W L T Pct. W L 6 3 1 .650 6 1 0 .857 47 29 3 .594 7 17 3 14 -

-

-

67

34

8

-

17 3

35 2 5 8 13 8 49 .563 140

31 15

T 0 0

OVERALL RECORD Pct. W L 6 3 6 1 47 29 .250 7 19 .176 3 14

T 1 0 3 0 0

Pct. .650 .857 .594 .280 .176

4 1

.327 .158

21 4

5 1

.339 .174

.398 .250 .238 .286 .342 .381 .620 .365

55 4 11 12 16 10 75 250

50 3 5 1 18 1 14 6 25 3 13 0 30 0 225 19

39 20

69 3 5 2 25 2 20 6 29 4 22 0 63 0 331 29

.433 .400 .214 .333 .353 .313 .544 .410

Head Coach year-by-year records EIAC OVERALL Year W-L-T 1936 Walter Armstrong 3-2-1 1937 Walter Armstrong 1-1 1938 Walter Armstrong 2-0 1939 Henry Black 2-0 1940 Henry Black 2-0 1941 Henry Black 1-1 1942 Henry Black 1-0 1943 James Coppage 1945 W. A. Gaines 5-2 1946 W. A. Gaines 7-2 1947 W. A. Gaines 3-7 1948 W. A. Gaines 4-3-2 1949 W. A. Gaines 3-4-3 1950 W. A. Gaines 7-2 1951 W. A. Gaines 7-2 1952 W. A. Gaines 8-2 1953 W. A. Gaines 3-5 EIAC Record 67-34-8

W-L-T 3-2-1 1-1 2-0 2-0 2-0 1-1 1-0 5-2 7-2 3-7 4-3-2 3-4-3 7-2 7-2 8-2 3-5

Year 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

W. A. Gaines W. A. Gaines W. A. Gaines William Bryant William Bryant Hubert Doubs Hubert Doubs Hubert Doubs Hubert Doubs Frank Robinson Frank Robinson Frank Robinson Hubert Doubs Hubert Doubs Hubert Doubs Hubert Doubs Raymond McDougal Raymond McDougal Raymond McDougal Raymond McDougal Raymond McDougal Raymond McDougal Raymond McDougal Raymond McDougal Raymond McDougal Raymond McDougal Tom Morris William Head William Head

CIAA W-L-T 3-5 0-9 4-3 2-7 1-7 1-6 2-4 2-4 4-2-1 1-5 1-5-1 1-5 2-3-1 1-4-1 2-5 3-3-1 1-3-1 3-3 2-2 4-4 2-6-0 4-3-0 5-3-0 2-6-0 5-2-1 4-3-1 2-5 2-5 2-5

OVERALL W-L-T 3-5 0-9 4-3 2-7 1-7 1-7 3-5 3-6 4-2-1 1-5 2-7-1 1-6 3-4-1 2-5-1 2-5 3-4-1 3-5-1 5-4 6-3 5-5 3-7 7-3 7-3 3-7 6-4-1 4-4-1 4-5 3-5 2-8

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

William Head 1-5-1 1-8-1 William Head 3-3-1 4-4-1 Robert Pulliam 3-4-1 4-5-1 Robert Pulliam 1-5-1 1-8-1 Robert Pulliam 4-1-2 6-2-2 Robert Pulliam 0-4-2 1-5-2 Raymond McDougal 1-5 1-9 Raymond McDougal 2-4 3-6 Raymond McDougal 0-6 1-9 Jerome Harper 3-2-1 5-4-1 Jerome Harper 4-4 6-5-1 Jerome Harper 1-5-2 1-7-2 Jerome Harper 1-7 2-8 Jerome Harper 1-7 2-8 James Toon 3-4 4-7 James Toon 4-3 5-5 James Toon 1-6 1-10 Kenny Phillips 2-4 3-7 Kenny Phillips 4-2 6-4 Kenny Phillips 7-0 10-2 Kenny Phillips 5-2 8-4 Kenny Phillips 6-1 8-4 Kenny Phillips 4-3 6-4 Kenny Phillips 2-4 3-7 Kenny Phillips 4-3 4-6 Kenny Phillips 6-1 8-2 Kenny Phillips 6-1 8-4 Kenny Phillips 4-2 5-5 Kenny Phillips 4-3 4-6 Kenny Phillips 1-6 2-8 CIAA 150-233-19 263-340-29


BRONCOS Team Games W Alabama State 1 0 Albany State 6 0 Allen 3 1 Benedict 5 2 Bethune-Cookman 2 1 Bluefield State 1 0 Bowie State 29 15 California (PA) 1 0 Catawba 5 0 Carson-Newman 4 0 Cheyney State 4 3 Chowan 3 2 Claflin 6 2 Delaware State 2 0 Elizabeth City State 62 23 Elon 2 1 555th Airborne Infantry 1 1 Federal City 3 3

L 1 5 1 3 1 1 13 1 5 4 1 1 4 2 31 1 0 0

T 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0

Fort Bragg Units Fort Valley State Georgia Southern Guilford Hampton Howard Johnson C. Smith Kentucky State Knoxville Liberty Lincoln (PA) Livingstone Maryland Eastern Shores Miles Miner’s Teacher College Morehouse Morris Brown Morris Newberry

6 2 1 2 16 1 61 2 2 1 1 52 1 2 1 2 4 2 2

6 0 0 0 3 0 23 0 1 0 1 31 1 1 0 1 3 1 1

0 1 1 2 13 1 35 2 1 1 0 17 0 0 1 1 1 0 1

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

All-time season results

1924 Date Opponent at Virginia State 1927 Date Opponent Claflin S.C. State Virginia State

Score Site L, 8-0 Petersburg, VA Score Site L, 27-0 L, 19-0 L, 50-0 Fayetteville, NC

1928 Date Opponent Johnson C. Smith

Score Site L, 49-0

1929 Date Opponent Livingstone Shaw S.C. State

Score Site L, 37-0 L, 40-0 L, 40-0

1934 Date Opponent Shaw

Score Site T, 0-0

1935 Date Opponent Shaw

Score Site W, 6-0

1936 Date Opponent Johnson C. Smith Livingstone Miners’ Teachers Morris St. Augustine’s 10/3 at N.C. Central

Score Site T, 0-0 W, 25-0 L, 30-6 T, 6-6 W, 25-6 Fayetteville, NC L, 8-0 Durham, NC

1937 Date Opponent Johnson C. Smith 10/2 N.C. Central

Score Site W, 6-0 L, 6-0 Fayetteville, NC

1938 Date Opponent Bethune-Cookman Livingstone Norfolk State Shaw 1939 Date Opponent Elizabeth City St. Livingstone Norfolk State 1940 Date Opponent Elizabeth City St. Norfolk State 1941 Date Opponent at Elizabeth City St. Norfolk State

Score Site W, 6-0 W, 31-0 W, 53-0 W, 14-7

1942 Date Opponent Elizabeth City St.

Score Site W, 8-6 Fayetteville, NC

1945 Date Opponent Norfolk State Norfolk State

Score Site W, 12-8 W, 4-2

1946 Date Opponent Cheyney (PA) 555th Airborne IR Livingstone Norfolk State at St. Augustine’s St. Paul’s 335th Ordnance Bn. MD-Eastern Shores 9/29 at Shaw

Score W, 14-6 W, 6-0 W, 6-0 W, 13-0 W, 6-0 W, 14-0 W, 25-7 W, 20-6 L, 25-0

1947 Date Opponent at Elizabeth City St. Norfolk State Winston-Salem St. 9/27 Shaw 1948 Date Opponent Elizabeth City St. Norfolk State Winston-Salem St. 1949 Date Opponent at Elizabeth City St. Norfolk State Winston-Salem St. 1950 Date Opponent Elizabeth City St. Norfolk State Winston-Salem St. 9/30 at N.C. Central

1951 Date Opponent at Elizabeth City St. Score Site Norfolk State W, 12-8 Elizabeth City, NC Winston-Salem St. W, 6-2 1952 W, 7-0 Date Opponent Elizabeth City St. Hampton Score Site Johnson C. Smith W, 6-0 Fayetteville, NC W, 21-20 Norfolk State S.C. State Winston-Salem St. Score Site W, 13-6 Elizabeth City, NC L, 26-0

Site Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC

Norfolk State North Carolina A & T North Carolina Central Presbyterian Saint Augustine’s Saint Paul’s Samford State Savanna State Shaw South Carolina State 335th Ordnance Battalion Tennessee Tech UNC Pembroke UDC Virginia State Virginia Union West Chester Wingate Winston-Salem State

12 0 9 0 12 25 0 0 15 0 1 0 0 4 9 9 0 0 14

18 5 24 3 7 6 1 4 9 6 0 1 4 3 17 11 2 3 48

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

1953 Date Opponent at Elizabeth City St. at Hampton Norfolk State S.C. State Winston-Salem St.

Score Site L, 25-6 Elizabeth City, NC L, 19-12 Hampton, VA W, 12-2 L, 38-0 T, 13-13

1954 Date Opponent Elizabeth City St. Hampton Winston-Salem St.

Score Site L, 26-6 Fayetteville, NC L, 12-8 Fayetteville, NC L, 20-13

1955 Date Opponent at Elizabeth City St. at Hampton Johnson C. Smith Winston-Salem St.

Score Site L, 20-15 Elizabeth City, NC L, 21-6 Hampton, VA L, 9-6 L, 13-0

1956 Score Site Date L, 18-0 Elizabeth City, NC L, 15-12 L, 18-0 L, 21-0 Fayetteville, NC Score Site T, 0-0 Fayetteville, NC T, 6-6 L, 33-0

21 5 33 3 19 31 1 4 29 6 1 1 4 8 31 22 2 3 65

Football all-time history

All-time opponent records

Opponent Elizabeth City St. Hampton Johnson C. Smith Winston-Salem St.

1957 Date Opponent at Elizabeth City St. at Hampton Johnson C. Smith at Virginia State Winston-Salem St.

Score Site L, 19-0 Fayetteville, NC W, 19-7 Fayetteville, NC W, 24-8 L, 19-6 Score L, 20-7 L, 6-0 W, 34-0 L, 38-0 W, 19-14

Site Elizabeth City, NC Hampton, VA Petersburg, VA

Score Site T, 7-7 Elizabeth City, NC 1958 L, 25-12 Date Opponent Score Site L, 31-6 Elizabeth City St. L, 24-6 Fayetteville, NC Hampton L, 18-6 Fayetteville, NC Johnson C. Smith L, 42-14 Score Site Winston-Salem St. W, 26-0 T, 0-0 Fayetteville, NC 11/8 Virginia State L, 30-0 Fayetteville, NC L, 15-12 L, 38-0 1959 L, 45-0 Durham, NC Date Opponent Score Site at Elizabeth City St. L, 18-0 Elizabeth City, NC at Hampton L, 32-0 Hampton, VA Score Site Winston-Salem St. L, 46-0 W, 19-6 Elizabeth City, NC 11/21 Johnson C. Smith W, 12-6 Fayetteville, NC W, 19-6 1960 L, 26-13 Date Opponent Score Site Hampton L, 39-0 Fayetteville, NC 10/1 Claflin W, 8-6 Score Site 10/22 St. Augustine’s L, 8-6 Fayetteville, NC L, 12-6 Fayetteville, NC 10/29 Bluefield State L, 14-6 L, 20-0 Fayetteville, NC 11/5 Elizabeth City St. W, 22-12 Fayetteville, NC L, 12-9 11/12 Winston-Salem St. L, 24-12 W, 32-0 11/19 at Johnson C. Smith L, 24-0 Charlotte, NC L, 14-7 W, 12-7


BRONCOS

Score L, 13-0 L, 40-6 L, 14-6 W, 20-6 W, 12-8 L, 7-6 L, 20-0

1962 Date Opponent Hampton 10/6 St. Paul’s 10/20 St. Augustine’s 10/27 Claflin 11/3 Elizabeth City St. 11/10 Winston-Salem St. 11/17 at Johnson C. Smith

Score W, 8-7 W, 30-0 W, 14-6 L, 20-6 T, 0-0 L, 24-12 L, 20-6

Site Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC

1963 Date 9/28 10/5 10/19 11/2 11/9 11/16

Score W, 20-12 L, 14-0 L, 22-6 L, 6-0 L, 36-0 L, 63-0

Site 1970 Salisbury, NC Date Opponent Score Site Lawrenceville, VA Elizabeth City St. L, 13-3 Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC at Johnson C. Smith L, 50-27 Charlotte, NC Elizabeth City, NC 9/19 Albany State L, 7-0 Fayetteville, NC 9/26 Cheyney (PA) W, 13-6 Fayetteville, NC 10/3 Shaw T, 0-0 Fayetteville, NC 10/10 St. Paul’s W, 20-9 Fayetteville, NC 10/17 at Virginia State Petersburg, VA Site 10/24 Livingstone W, 15-14 Fayetteville, NC 11/7 Winston-Salem St. L, 31-14 Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC 1971 Fayetteville, NC Date Opponent Score Site Fayetteville, NC at Elizabeth City St. W, 21-2 Elizabeth City, NC Johnson C. Smith L, 39-14 Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC 9/25 Fort Valley State L, 33-13 Fayetteville, NC 10/2 at Shaw W, 27-6 Raleigh, NC Charlotte, NC 10/16 Winston-Salem St. W, 20-15 Fayetteville, NC 11/20 Cheyney (PA) Fayetteville, NC

Football all-time history

1961 Date Opponent at Hampton Johnson C. Smith 9/30 Claflin 10/7 at St. Paul’s 10/21 at St. Augustine’s 11/4 at Elizabeth City St. 11/11 Winston-Salem St.

Opponent at Livingstone at St. Paul’s at St. Augustine’s at Elizabeth City St. Winston-Salem St. Johnson C. Smith

1964 Date Opponent Score Allen L, 24-0 9/26 Livingstone W, 28-6 10/3 Shaw T, 6-6 10/10 St. Paul’s L, 12-6 10/24 St. Augustine’s L, 26-6 10/31 Claflin W, 28-12 11/7 Elizabeth City St. L, 44-12 11/14 Winston-Salem St. L, 33-6 11/21 at Johnson C. Smith L, 56-0 1965 Date 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 11/6 1966 Date 9/24 10/4 10/8 10/15 10/29 11/12 11/19

Opponent at Livingston at Shaw at St. Paul’s Winston-Salem St. at St. Augustine’s at Elizabeth City St.

Score W, 8-6 L, 39-14 L, 12-0 L, 19-14 L, 28-12 L, 22-8

1968 Site Date Opponent Score Site Hampton, VA Elizabeth City St. L, 22-0 Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Winston-Salem St. L, 8-0 10/5 Shaw W, 16-0 Fayetteville, NC Lawrenceville, VA 10/12 St. Paul’s W, 12-10 Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC 10/19 at Virginia State L, 38-6 Petersburg, VA Elizabeth City, NC 10/26 Livingstone L, 13-0 Fayetteville, NC 11/16 at Johnson C. Smith L, 39-14 Charlotte, NC

Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC

Score L, 20-6 T, 8-8 W, 14-8 L, 20-6 L, 38-8 L, 25-14 L, 46-0

Score L, 21-6 W, 14-2 W, 20-16 T, 8-8 L, 28-0 L, 28-0 W, 42-2 L, 28-22

Site 1972 Salisbury, NC Date Opponent Score Raleigh, NC Elizabeth City St. W, 28-15 Lawrenceville, VA Livingstone W, 13-7 at Johnson C. Smith L, 28-12 Raleigh, NC 9/11 at Federal City W, 45-14 Elizabeth City, NC 9/16 Norfolk State W, 32-0 9/23 at Fort Valley State Site 9/30 Shaw W, 19-8 Fayetteville, NC 10/9 St. Paul’s Fayetteville, NC 10/14 at Winston-Salem St. L, 9-3 Fayetteville, NC NC

Opponent Score Livingstone L, 28-6 Shaw T, 0-0 St. Paul’s W, 14-0 S.C. State L, 86-0 Elizabeth City St. L, 22-14 Fayetteville, NC at Johnson C. Smith L, 12-0 Charlotte, NC Winston-Salem St. W, 22-18

1967 Date Opponent at Livingstone 9/30 at Shaw 10/7 St. Paul’s 10/14 Winston-Salem St. 10/21 S.C. State 10/28 at Elizabeth City St. 11/11 Johnson C. Smith

1969 Date Opponent at Albany State 10/4 at Shaw 10/11 at St. Paul’s 10/18 Virginia State 10/25 at Livingstone 11/1 at Elizabeth City St. 11/8 Winston-Salem St. 11/15 Johnson C. Smith

1973 Date Opponent Johnson C. Smith Norfolk State Winston-Salem St. 9/29 at Shaw

Site Salisbury, NC Raleigh, NC 1974 Lawrenceville, VA Date Opponent Federal City at Johnson C. Smith Elizabeth City, NC Livingstone Fayetteville, NC Morehouse Norfolk State St. Paul’s at Virginia Union at Winston-Salem St. 9/28 at Shaw 1975 Date Opponent at Elizabeth City St. at Federal City at Livingstone Morehouse at St. Paul’s 9/5 Fort Bragg Post 9/18 Norfolk State 9/25 Shaw 10/18 Winston-Salem St. 11/12 Johnson C. Smith

Site Atlanta, GA Raleigh, NC Lawrenceville, VA Fayetteville, NC Salisbury, NC Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC

Site Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Washington, DC Fort Valley, GA Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Winston-Salem,

Score W, 14-6 L, 34-16 L, 12-4 W, 19-8

Site Fayetteville, NC

Score W, 13-2 L, 13-0 L, 19-15 L, 27-20 L, 27-7 W, 46-0 L, 48-0 L, 41-24 W, 16-6

Site Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC

Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC

Fayetteville, NC Richmond, VA W-S, NC Raleigh, NC

Score Site Elizabeth City, NC W, 14-0 Washington, DC W, 15-7 Salisbury, NC W, 26-14 W, 26-9 Lawrenceville, VA W, 45-0 Fayetteville, NC L, 9-7 W, 32-14 Fayetteville, NC W, 25-0 Fayetteville, NC L, 42-25 Fayetteville, NC

1976 Date 9/11 9/19 9/23 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 1977 Date 9/3 9/10 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12

Opponent Score Fort Bragg Post Norfolk State L, 28-7 at Shaw W, 23-0 Virginia State St. Paul’s at Winston-Salem St. W, 16-10 Livingstone Elizabeth City St. Bowie State W, 13-6 at Johnson C. Smith W, 13-9 Opponent Fort Bragg Post Albany State Norfolk State Centennial Game Shaw at Virginia State at St. Paul’s Winston-Salem St. at Livingstone at Elizabeth City St. at Bowie State Johnson C. Smith

Site Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC W-S, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC

Score Site Fayetteville, NC Atlanta, GA L, 28-7 Fayetteville, NC W, 14-13 Fayetteville, NC Petersburg, VA Lawrenceville, VA L, 40-18 Fayetteville, NC Salisbury, NC Elizabeth City, NC L, 15-13 Bowie, MD L, 13-12 Fayetteville, NC

1978 Date Opponent Albany State Bowie State Fort Bragg Post at Johnson C. Smith Norfolk State St. Paul’s Winston-Salem St. 9/23 at Shaw

Score Site Fayetteville, NC W, 25-7 Fayetteville, NC W, 53-7 Fayetteville, NC W, 19-0 Charlotte, NC L, 34-12 Norfolk, VA W, 31-7 Fayetteville, NC L, 52-21 W-S,NC W, 24-6 Raleigh, NC

1979 Date Opponent at Albany State at Bowie State at Elizabeth City St. Johnson C. Smith at Livingstone Norfolk State 10/13 Winston-Salem St. 10/18 at St. Paul’s

Score T, 10-10 L, 14-3 W, 9-0 W, 16-6 W, 7-6 L, 35-0 W, 28-14 W, 26-0

Site Atlanta, GA Bowie, MD Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Salisbury, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Lawrenceville, VA

1980 Date Opponent Fort Bragg Post Livingstone 9/13 St. Paul’s 9/20 at Norfolk State 9/27 Bowie State 10/4 N.C. Central 10/18 at Winston-Salem St. 11/1 Elizabeth City St. 11/8 at Univ. of the DC 11/15 at Johnson C. Smith

Score W, 12-0 W, 26-0 W, 13-6 L, 20-0 W, 12-7 L, 7-0 L, 21-0 L, 28-13 T, 0-0 L, 20-7

Site Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Norfolk, VA Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC W-S, NC Fayetteville, NC Washington, DC Charlotte, NC

1981 Date 9/5 9/12 9/19 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14

Score W, 14-6 W, 16-6 W, 27-6 L, 40-14 L, 9-6 L, 33-20 W, 19-10 L, 28-0 W, 14-7 L, 27-20

Site Fayetteville, NC Lawrenceville, VA Fayetteville, NC Durham, NC Bowie, MD Fayetteville, NC Salisbury, NC Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC

Score L, 28-12 W, 34-6 L, 20-15 L, 20-15 W, 12-7 L, 23-7 L, 17-16 L, 14-0 L, 30-6 L, 31-13

Site Atlanta, GA Fayetteville, NC Norfolk, VA Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC W-S, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC

Opponent Fort Bragg Post at St. Paul’s Norfolk State at N.C. Central at Bowie State Winston-Salem St. at Livingstone at Elizabeth City St. Univ. of the DC Johnson C. Smith

1982 Date Opponent at Morris Brown 9/11 St. Paul’s 9/18 at Norfolk State 10/2 N.C. Central 10/9 Bowie State 10/16 at Winston-Salem St. 10/23 Livingstone 10/30 Elizabeth City St. 11/6 Univ. of the DC 11/13 at Johnson C. Smith


Score L, 14-7 L, 8-7 L, 13-10 L, 21-14 L, 22-7 L, 26-20 W, 42-0 T, 13-13 L, 30-8 L, 18-7

Site Hampton, VA Salisbury, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Durham, NC Bowie, MD Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC

1984 Date Opponent Score Bowie State W, 27-13 at Guilford L, 17-7 Livingstone W, 21-16 at Virginia Union T, 22-22 at Winston-Salem St. L, 20-14 9/29 N.C. Central L, 24-22 10/20 Hampton W, 21-19 11/8 at Univ. of the DC W, 10-0 11/10 vs. Johnson C. Smith L, 20-14

Site Fayetteville, NC Greensboro, NC Fayetteville, NC Richmond, VA W-S, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Washington, DC Fort Bragg, NC

1985 Date Opponent at Livingstone 9/7 at Bowie State 9/21 at Virginia State 9/28 at N.C. Central 10/5 Norfolk State 10/12 at N.C. A&T 10/19 Winston-Salem St. 11/2 at Elizabeth City St. 11/9 Univ. of the DC 11/16 Johnson C. Smith

Site Salisbury, NC Bowie, MD Petersburg, VA Durham, NC Fayetteville, NC Greensboro, NC Fayetteville, NC Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC

Score W, 22-21 W, 42-0 T, 7-7 L, 19-6 L, 34-14 L, 35-0 L, 17-13 L, 24-14 W, 34-31 W, 13-12

1986 Date 9/7 9/20 9/27 10/11 10/13 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15

Opponent Score N.C. A&T L, 50-0 Virginia State L, 50-7 N.C. Central L, 44-16 Bowie State W, 33-6 at Norfolk State L, 38-21 at Winston-Salem St. L, 22-14 Livingstone T, 21-21 Elizabeth City St. W, 23-20 at Univ. of the DC L, 13-0 at Johnson C. Smith L, 16-0

1987 Date 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14

Opponent Score Site Savannah State L, 26-14 Fayetteville, NC vs. Elizabeth City St. W, 23-0 Wilmington, NC St. Paul’s W, 30-7 Fayetteville, NC at N.C. Central W, 24-14 Durham, NC Winston-Salem St. L, 28-0 Fayetteville, NC at Bowie State T, 20-20 Bowie, MD at Livingstone W, 16-0 Salisbury, NC Morris Brown W, 20-6 Fayetteville, NC Univ. of the DC W, 42-8 Fayetteville, NC Johnson C. Smith T, 7-7 Fayetteville, NC

1988 Date 9/3 9/10 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/22 10/29

Score L, 9-6 T, 6-6 L, 63-21 L, 26-15 L, 35-10 L, 23-16 T, 14-14 L, 15-2

Site Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Norfolk, VA W-S, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Washington, DC Charlotte, NC

11/5

Opponent at Savannah State vs. Elizabeth City St. at West Chester N.C. Central at Winston-Salem St. Bowie State at Johnson C. Smith at Morris Brown (forfeit to MBC) Livingstone

Site Savannah, GA Wilmington, NC West Chester, PA Fayetteville, NC W-S, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Atlanta, GA

L, 19-13 Fayetteville, NC

1989 Date 9/2 9/7 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4

Opponent Virginia Union vs. Elizabeth City St. Johnson C. Smith at Hampton Winston-Salem St. at N.C. Central at N.C. A&T Savannah State at Univ. of the DC at Livingstone

Score L, 23-12 L, 14-7 L, 26-6 L, 26-19 L, 34-6 L, 18-6 L, 20-13 L, 21-20 L, 19-7 W, 20-13

Site Fayetteville, NC Wilmington, NC Fayetteville, NC Hampton, VA Fayetteville, NC Durham, NC Greensboro, NC Fayetteville, NC Washington, DC Salisbury, NC

1990 Date 9/1 9/8 9/11 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 11/3

BRONCOS Opponent Score at Virginia Union L, 21-7 vs. Elizabeth City St. L, 10-3 Elon W, 45-0 at Johnson C. Smith W, 28-26 at Winston-Salem St. L, 44-0 N.C. Central L, 35-6 at Samford L, 37-0 at Savannah State L, 41-3 Livingstone W, 21-13

1991 Date Opponent 8/31 Carson-Newman (forfeit to FSU) 9/7 at Howard 9/14 Elizabeth City St. 9/21 at Elon 10/5 Winston-Salem St. 10/12 at N.C. Central 10/19 at Virginia State 10/26 Johnson C. Smith 11/2 Norfolk State 11/9 at Livingstone

Score Site L, 44-21 Fayetteville, NC L, 62-0 L, 21-7 L, 31-0 L, 28-8 L, 14-0 L, 31-14 L, 24-0 L, 28-14 L, 34-6

1992 Date Opponent Score at Elizabeth City St. L, 10-3 9/5 Miles W, 28-8 9/9 at Norfolk State W, 32-23 9/26 at Winston-Salem St. L, 28-8 10/10 N.C. Central L, 33-13 10/17 Virginia State W, 35-15 10/24 at Johnson C. Smith L, 24-6 11/7 Livingstone T, 36-36 11/11 at Newberry L, 35-12 11/26 at Alabama State L, 17-14 Turkey Day Bowl 1993 Date Opponent Norfolk State at Miles at Cheyney (PA) 9/4 at Delaware State 9/11 Elizabeth City St. 10/2 Winston-Salem St. 0/9 at N.C. Central 10/16 at Virginia State 10/23 Johnson C. Smith 10/30 at Bowie State 11/8 at Livingstone 11/13 Newberry

Site Richmond, VA Wilmington, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC W-S, NC Fayetteville, NC Birmingham, AL Savannah, GA Fayetteville, NC

Score W, 34-19 T, 20-20 W, 33-12 L, 31-28 W, 39-0 L, 20-17 W, 27-20 L, 41-6 W, 40-6 L, 18-0 L, 35-32 W, 29-18

Washington, DC Fayetteville, NC Elon, NC Fayetteville, NC Durham, NC Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Salisbury, NC Site Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Norfolk, VA W-S, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Newberry, SC Montgomery, AL

Site Fayetteville, NC Birmingham, AL Cheyney, PA Wilmington, DE Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Durham, NC Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Bowie, MD Salisbury, NC Fayetteville, NC

1996 Date Opponent Score at N.C. A&T L, 17-7 vs. Elizabeth City St. W, 20-15 8/31 Knoxville W, 35-12 9/21 at Virginia Union L, 18-12 (OT) 9/28 at Winston-Salem St. L, 6-0 10/5 N.C. Central L, 55-0 10/12 Virginia State L, 30-7 10/19 at Johnson C. Smith L, 22-7 10/26 Bowie State L, 13-12 11/2 Livingstone L, 42-17

Site Greensboro, NC Wilmington, NC Fayetteville, NC Richmond, VA W-S, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC

1997 Date Opponent Score at Bethume-Cookman L, 14-0 8/30 at Benedict L, 32-26 9/6 vs. Elizabeth City St. W, 19-0 9/13 at Wingate L, 48-12 9/27 Winston-Salem St. W, 18-16 10/4 at N.C. Central L, 38-13 10/11 at Virginia State L, 51-29 10/18 Johnson C. Smith W, 38-27 10/25 at Bowie State17 W, 17-7 11/1 Virginia Union L, 46-0 11/8 at Livingstone L, 67-13

Site Daytona Beach, FL Columbia, SC Wilmington, NC Wingate, NC Fayetteville, NC Durham, NC Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Bowie, MD Fayetteville, NC Salisbury, NC

1998 Date Opponent Score at Johnson C. Smith L, 23-0 Bowie State L, 10-7 9/12 vs. Elizabeth City St. W, 10-7 9/18 Benedict W, 18-13 9/26 at N.C. A&T L, 37-20 10/3 at Winston-Salem St. L, 17-14 10/10 N.C. Central W, 22-17 10/17 Virginia State W, 15-14 11/7 at Virginia Union W, 35-22 11/14 Livingstone W, 55-26

Site Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Rocky Mount, NC Fayetteville, NC Greensboro, NC W-S, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Richmond, VA Fayetteville, NC

1999 Date 8/28 9/4 9/11 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13

Opponent Score at Benedict L, 34-14 at Georgia Southern L, 76-0 Elizabeth City St.W, 13-6 (2OT) at Liberty L, 48-14 Winston-Salem St. L, 44-0 at N.C. Central L, 32-7 at Virginia State L, 50-7 Johnson C. Smith L, 31-20 at Bowie State L, 40-21 Virginia Union L, 49-14 vs. Livingstone L, 34-7

Site Columbia, SC Statesboro, GA Fayetteville, NC Lynchburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Durham, NC Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Bowie, MD Fayetteville, NC Greensboro, NC

Opponent Score at Benedict L, 20-19 vs. Elizabeth City St. W, 32-26 at Delaware State L, 45-10 Livingstone W, 12-6 (3OT) at Winston-Salem St. L, 28-14 N.C. Central L, 35-27 Virginia State L, 29-27 at Johnson C. Smith W, 34-33 Bowie State L, 37-31 at Virginia Union L, 41-8

Site Columbia, SC Rocky Mount, NC Dover, DE Fayetteville, NC W-S, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Richmond, VA

Opponent Benedict at Tennessee Tech Elizabeth City St. at Livingstone Winston-Salem St. at N.C. Central at Virginia State Johnson C. Smith at Bowie State Virginia Union

Site Fayetteville, NC Cooksville, TN Fayetteville, NC Salisbury, NC Fayetteville, NC Durham, NC Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Bowie, MD Fayetteville, NC

1994 Date 9/3 9/10 9/17 10/3 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/12

Opponent Score Livingstone L, 9-0 at Elizabeth City St. W, 28-26 at Norfolk State L, 42-12 at Winston-Salem St. W, 39-28 N.C. Central L, 23-14 Virginia State L, 27-7 at Johnson C. Smith W, 14-12 Bowie State W, 28-8 Hampton L, 34-13

2000 Date 8/26 Site Fayetteville, NC 9/9 Elizabeth City, NC 9/16 9/23 Norfolk, VA 9/30 W-S, NC Fayetteville, NC 10/7 Fayetteville, NC 10/14 10/21 Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC 10/28 Fayetteville, NC 11/4

1995 Date 9/2 9/9 9/16 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11

Opponent at Knoxville Elizabeth City St. Virginia Union Winston-Salem St. at N.C. Central at Virginia State Johnson C. Smith at Bowie State at Livingstone at Hampton

Site Knoxville, TN Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Durham, NC Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Bowie, MD Salisbury, NC Hampton, VA

Score L, 13-8 L, 22-7 T, 21-21 T, 17-17 L, 45-0 L, 48-0 L, 14-9 W, 6-0 L, 39-21 L, 28-7

2001 Date 8/25 8/30 9/8 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3

Score W, 23-17 L, 31-10 W, 21-14 W, 26-9 L, 14-2 W, 14-13 W, 27-14 W, 27-13 L, 18-7 L, 14-7

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1983 Date Opponent at Hampton at Livingstone 9/3 Morris Brown 9/10 Virginia Union 9/24 Guilford 10/1 at N.C. Central 10/8 at Bowie State 10/15 Winston-Salem St. 11/5 West Chester 11/12 Johnson C. Smith


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2002 Date 9/7 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16 NC

Opponent Score Site St. Augustine’s W, 62-13 Fayetteville, NC vs. Elizabeth City St. W, 16-0 Rocky Mount, NC at Catawba L, 27-14 Salisbury, NC Livingstone W, 42-12 Fayetteville, NC at Winston-Salem St.W, 30-26 (4OT) W-S, NC N.C. Central W, 21-7 Fayetteville, NC Virginia State W, 20-10 Fayetteville, NC at Johnson C. Smith W, 30-6 Charlotte, NC Bowie State W, 13-7 Fayetteville, NC at Virginia Union W, 28-18 Richmond, VA vs. Bowie State W, 17-14 Winston-Salem,

2005 Date 8/27 9/3 9/10 9/14 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29

2006 CIAA Championship Date 11/23 at Carson-Newman L, 40-27 Jefferson City, TN 8/26 NCAA Playoffs- South Atlantic 9/3 9/9 2003 9/16 Date Opponent Score Site 9/23 9/6 at Virginia Union W, 27-19 Fayetteville, NC 9/30 9/13 Elizabeth City St. W, 13-0 Fayetteville, NC 10/4 9/20 Catawba L, 17-14 Fayetteville, NC 10/21 9/27 at Bowie State L, 13-9 Bowie, MD 10/28 10/11 Winston-Salem St. W, 22-14 Fayetteville, NC 11/4 10/18 at N.C. Central W, 45-7 Durham, NC 10/21 Johnson C. Smith W, 30-26 Fayetteville, NC 2007 11/1 at St. Augustine’s W, 42-36 Raleigh, NC Date 11/11 at Livingstone L, 28-27 Salisbury, NC 8/25 11/15 vs. Virginia Union W, 23-19 Durham, NC 9/2 CIAA Championship 9/15 12/20 at Albany State L, 52-30 Atlanta, GA 9/22 Pioneer Bowl 9/29 10/6 2004 10/13 Date Opponent Score Site 10/20 8/28 at Catawba L, 49-21 Salisbury, NC 10/27 9/4 at Virginia Union W, 58-21 Richmond, VA 11/3 9/11 vs. Elizabeth City St. W, 17-0 Rocky Mount, NC 9/18 at Virginia State L, 19-3 Petersburg, VA 2008 9/25 at Shaw W, 24-14 Raleigh, NC Date 10/2 at Winston-Salem St. W, 21-14 Winston-Salem, 8/31 NC 9/6 10/9 N.C. Central W, 17-7 Fayetteville, NC 9/13 10/16 Johnson C. Smith W, 40-14 Fayetteville, NC 9/20 10/23 St. Augustine’s W, 38-14 Fayetteville, NC 9/27 10/30 Livingstone W, 62-19 Fayetteville, NC 10/4 11/6 at Shaw L, 10-7 Durham, NC 10/12 CIAA Championship 10/18 11/13 at Carson-Newman L, 35-14 Jefferson City, TN 10/25 NCAA Playoff - Southeastern 11/1

Opponent Virginia Union at Presbyterian Elizabeth City St. vs. St. Paul’s Virginia State Winston-Salem St. at N.C. Central Johnson C. Smith at St. Augustine’s at Livingstone

Score W, 53-26 L, 35-6 W, 39-6 W, 23-13 L, 22-14 L, 26-24 L, 17-12 W, 34-23 W, 45-28 W, 52-22

Site Fayetteville, NC Clinton, SC Fayetteville, NC Martinsville, VA Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Durham, NC Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Salisbury, NC

Opponent at Wingate at Virginia Union Presbyterian vs. Elizabeth City St. St. Paul’s at Virginia State N.C. Central at Johnson C. Smith St. Augustine’s Livingstone

Score L, 19-0 W, 25-12 L, 7-6 L, 43-31 L, 24-21 W, 30-3 L, 49-6 L, 10-7 L, 15-3 W, 34-16

Site Wingate, NC Richmond, VA Fayetteville, NC Rocky Mount, NC Fayetteville, NC Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC

Opponent Wingate at N.C. Central at Catawba Bowie State at Livingstone Elizabeth City St. at St. Augustine’s Shaw at Johnson C. Smith Virginia Union

Score L, 34-26 L, 17-0 L, 46-7 L, 10-7 W, 58-20 L, 21-10 W, 13-10 W, 24-16 W, 31-21 L, 34-17

Site Fayetteville, NC Durham, NC Salisbury, NC Fayetteville, NC Salisbury, NC Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, N.C. Fayetteville, NC

Opponent at N.C. Centrral at Presbyterian vs. Lincoln (PA) St. Paul’s at Virginia State Chowan at Shaw Johnson C. Smith at St. Augustine’s Livingstone

Score W, 33-22 L, 38-28 W, 63-0 W, 28-0 W, 23-13 W, 60-21 L, 19-12 W, 48-3 W, 20-16 W, 55-20

Site Durham, NC Clinton, SC West Grove, PA Fayetteville, NC Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Fayetteville, NC

2009 Date 8/29 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/27 11/7

Opponent Score UNC Pembroke L, 41-34 (OT) Catawba L, 21-20 at Bowie State W, 30-20 St. Paul’s W, 24-0 Virginia State L, 25-20 at Chowan W, 37-17 Shaw W, 29-28 at Johnson C. Smith W, 30-12 St. Augustine’s W, 56-6 at Livingstone W, 31-8 vs. Bowie State W, 21-10 CIAA Championship 11/14 California (PA) L, 42-13 NCAA Playoffs 2010 Date 9/4 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 2011 Date 9/3 9/8 9/17 9/24 NC 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5 2012 Date 9/1 9/8 9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3

Opponent at UNC Pembroke Bowie State vs. Elizabeth City St. Winston-Salem St. at St. Augustine’s at Virginia State at Shaw Livingstone Johnson C. Smith Virginia Union

Score L, 39-0 W, 27-7 L, 38-26 L, 31-14 L, 42-36 W, 21-14 L, 34-27 W, 59-6 W, 64-6 W, 44-27

Site Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Bowie, MD Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Murfreesboro, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Salisbury, NC Durham, NC California, PA

Site Pembroke, NC Fayetteville, NC Rocky Mount, NC Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Petersburg, VA Raleigh, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC

Opponent Score Site UNC Pembroke L, 33-27 Fayetteville, NC at Carson-Newman L, 56-7 Jefferson City, TN Elizabeth City St. L, 42-21 Fayetteville, NC at Winston-Salem St. L, 56-20 Winston-Salem, St. Augustine’s W, 31-28 (OT) Virginia State W, 49-21 Shaw L, 35-29 (OT) at Livingstone W, 17-7 at Johnson C. Smith W, 44-23 at Virginia Union L, 17-14

Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Salisbury, NC Charlotte, NC Richmond, VA

Opponent Score at N.C. Central L, 54-31 at UNC Pembroke L, 31-21 Virginia Union W, 28-17 Elizabeth Cit St. L, 20-13 at Chowan L, 27-3 at Shaw L, 45-28 Johnson C. Smith L, 35-18 at St. Augustine’s L,34-28 (3OT) Livingstone W, 47-29 Winston-Salem St. L, 41-8

Site Durham, NC Pembroke, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Murfreesboro, NC Durham, NC Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC


Site Montgomery, AL

ALBANY STATE Date Score 1969 L, 21-6 9/19/70 L, 7-0 9/10/77 1978 1979 T, 10-10 12/20/03 L, 52-30 # # - Pioneer Bowl

Site Atlanta, GA Fayetteville, NC Atlanta, GA Fayetteville, NC Atlanta, GA Atlanta, GA

ALLEN Date 1964

Site

Score L, 24-0

BENEDICT Date Score 8/30/97 L, 32-26 9/18/98 W, 18-13 8/28/99 L, 34-14 % 8/26/00 L, 20-19 % 8/25/01 W, 23-17 % - Labor Day Classic BETHUME-COOKMAN Date Score 1938 W, 6-0 1997 L, 14-0 FL BLUEFIELD STATE Date Score 10/29/60 L, 14-6

Site Columbia, SC Fayetteville, NC Columbia, SC Columbia, SC Fayetteville, NC

Site Daytona Beach,

Site

BOWIE STATE Date Score Site 11/6/76 W, 13-6 Fayetteville, NC 11/5/77 L, 15-13 Bowie, MD 1978 W, 25-7 Fayetteville, NC 1979 L, 14-3 Bowie, MD 9/27/80 W, 12-7 Fayetteville, NC 10/10/81 L, 9-6 Bowie, MD 10/9/82 W, 12-7 Fayetteville, NC 10/8/83 W, 42-0 Bowie, MD 1984 W, 27-13 Fayetteville, NC 9/7/85 W, 42-0 Bowie, MD 10/11/86 W, 33-6 Fayetteville, NC 10/10/87 T, 20-20 Bowie, MD 10/8/88 L, 23-16 Fayetteville, NC 10/30/93 L, 18-0 Bowie, MD 10/29/94 W, 28-8 Fayetteville, NC 10/28/95 W, 6-0 Bowie, MD 10/26/96 L, 13-12 Fayetteville, NC 10/25/97 W, 17-7 Bowie, MD 10/25/98 L, 10-7 Fayetteville, NC 10/30/99 L, 40-21 Bowie, MD 10/28/00 L, 37-31 Fayetteville, NC 10/27/01 L, 18-7 Bowie, MD 11/9/02 W, 13-7 Fayetteville, NC 11/16/02 W, 17-14 $ Winston-Salem, NC 9/27/03 L, 13-9 Bowie, MD 9/22/07 L, 10-7 Fayetteville, NC 9/12/09 W, 30-20 Bowie, MD 11/7/09 W, 21-10 $ Durham, NC* 11/11/10 W, 27-7 Fayetteville, NC $ - CIAA Championship Game CALIFORNIA (PA) Date Score Site 11/14/09 L, 42-13 ^ California, PA ^ - NCAA Playoffs (First Round)

CATAWBA Date 9/21/02 9/20/03 8/28/04 9/15/07 9/5/09

Score L, 27-14 L, 17-14 L, 49-21 L, 46-7 L, 21-20

Site Salisbury, NC Fayetteville, NC Salisbury, NC Salisbury, NC Fayetteville, NC

CARSON-NEWMAN Date Score Site 8/31/91 L, 44-21 Fayetteville, NC (Forfeit to FSU) 11/23/02 L, 40-27 & Jefferson City, TN 11/13/04 L, 35-14 @ Jefferson City, TN 9/8/11 L, 56-7 Jefferson City, TN & - NCAA Playoffs (South Atlantic) @ - NCAA Playoffs (Southeastern) CHEYNEY STATE Date Score 1946 W, 14-6 9/26/70 W, 13-6 11/20/71 9/25/93 W, 33-12

Site Fayetteville, NC Cheney, PA

CHOWAN Date 10/4/08 10/3/09 9/29/12

Score W, 60-21 W, 37-17 L, 27-3

Site Fayetteville, NC Murfreesboro, NC Murfreesboro, NC

CLAFLIN Date 1927 10/1/60 9/30/61 10/27/62 10/31/64

Score L, 27-0 W, 8-6 L, 14-6 L, 20-6 W, 28-12

Site

DELAWARE Date 9/4/93 9/16/00

STATE Score L, 31-28 L, 45-10

ELIZABETH Date 1939 1940 1941 1942 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 11/5/60 11/4/61 11/3/62 11/2/63 11/7/64 11/6/65 10/29/66 10/28/67 11/2/68 11/1/69 1970 1971 10/28/72 1975 10/30/76 10/29/77 1979

CITY STATE Score W, 12-6 W, 6-0 W, 13-6 W, 8-6 L, 18-0 T, 0-0 T, 7-7 T, 0-0 W, 19-6 L, 12-6 L, 25-6 L, 26-6 L, 20-15 L, 19-0 L, 20-7 L, 24-6 L, 18-0 W, 22-12 L, 7-6 T, 0-0 L, 6-0 L, 44-12 L, 22-8 L, 22-14 L, 25-14 L, 22-0 L, 28-0 L, 13-3 W, 21-2 W, 28-15

W, 9-0

Site Wilmington, DE Dover, DE Site Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Elizabeth City, NC Fayetteville, NC Elizabeth City, NC Elizabeth City, NC

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ALABAMA STATE Date Score 11/26/92 L, 17-14 ! ! - Turkey Day Bowl

BRONCOS 11/1/80 L, 28-13 Fayetteville, NC 10/31/81 L, 28-0 Elizabeth City, NC 10/30/82 L, 14-0 Fayetteville, NC 11/2/85 L, 24-14 Elizabeth City, NC 11/1/86 W, 23-20 Fayetteville, NC 9/12/87 W, 23-0 Wilmington, NC 9/10/88 T, 6-6 # Wilmington, NC 9/7/89 L, 14-7 # Wilmington, NC 9/8/90 L, 10-3 Wilmington, NC 9/14/91 L, 21-7 Fayetteville, NC 1992 L, 10-3 Elizabeth City, NC 9/11/93 W, 39-0 Fayetteville, NC 9/10/94 W, 28-26 Elizabeth City, NC 9/9/95 L, 22-7 Fayetteville, NC 9/15/96 W, 20-15 $ Wilmington, NC 9/6/97 W, 19-0 Wilmington, NC 9/12/98 W, 10-7 ! Rocky Mount, NC 9/11/99 W, 13- 6 (2OT) Fayetteville, NC 9/9/00 W, 32-26 ! Rocky Mount, NC 9/8/01 W, 21-14 Fayetteville, NC 9/7/02 W, 16-0 ! Rocky Mount, NC 9/13/03 W, 13-0 Fayetteville, NC 9/11/04 W, 17-0 ! Rocky Mount, NC 9/10/05 W, 39-6 Fayetteville, NC 9/16/06 L, 43-31 Elizabeth City, NC 10/6/07 L, 21-10 Fayetteville, NC 9/18/10 L, 38-26 ! Rocky Mount, NC 9/17/11 L, 42-21 Fayetteville, NC 9/22/12 L, 20-13 Fayetteville, NC # - Port City Classic $ - Sportsman’s Classic ! - Down East Classic ELON Date 9/11/90 9/21/91

Score W, 45-0 L, 31-0

Site Fayetteville, NC Elon, NC

555TH AIRBORNE INFANTRY REGIMENT – FORT BRAGG, NC Date Score Site 1946 W, 6-0 Fayetteville, NC FEDERAL CITY Date Score 9/11/72 W, 45-14 1974 W, 13-2 1975 W, 14-0

Site Washington, DC Fayetteville, NC Washington, DC

FORT BRAGG POST Date Score 9/5/75 W, 45-0 9/11/76 9/3/77 1978 W, 53-7 1980 W, 12-0 9/5/81 W, 14-6

Site Fayetteville, Fayetteville, Fayetteville, Fayetteville, Fayetteville, Fayetteville,

FORT VALLEY STATE Date Score 9/25/71 L, 33-13 9/23/72

Site Fayetteville, NC Fort Valley, GA

GEORGIA SOUTHERN Date Score 9/4/99 L, 76-0

Site Statesboro, GA

GUILFORD Date 9/24/83 1984

Score L, 22-7 L, 17-7

Site Fayetteville, NC Greensboro, NC

HAMPTON Date 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957

Score L, 20-0 L, 19-12 L, 12-8 L, 21-6 W, 19-7 L, 6-0

Site Fayetteville, NC Hampton, VA Fayetteville, NC Hampton, VA Fayetteville, NC Hampton, VA

NC NC NC NC NC NC


L, 18-6 L, 32-0 L, 39-0 L, 13-0 W, 8-7 L, 14-7 W, 21-19 L, 26-19 L, 34-13 L, 28-7

Fayetteville, NC Hampton, VA Fayetteville, NC Hampton, VA Fayetteville, NC Hampton, VA Fayetteville, NC Hampton, VA Fayetteville, NC Hampton, VA

HOWARD Date 9/7/91

Score L, 62-0

Site Washington, DC

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1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1983 10/20/84 9/23/89 11/12/94 11/11/95

JOHNSON C. SMITH Date Score 1928 L, 49-0 1936 T, 0-0 1937 W, 6-0 1952 L, 12-9 1955 L, 9-6 1956 W, 24-8 1957 W, 34-0 1958 L, 42-14 11/21/59 W, 12-6 11/19/60 L, 24-0 1961 L, 40-6 11/17/62 L, 20-6 11/16/63 L, 63-0 11/21/64 L, 56-0 11/12/66 L, 12-0 11/11/67 L, 46-0 11/16/68 L, 39-14 11/15/69 L, 28-22 1970 L, 50-27 1971 L, 39-14 1972 L, 28-12 1973 W, 14-6 1974 L, 13-0 11/12/75 L, 42-25 11/13/76 W, 13-9 11/12/77 L, 13-12 1978 W, 19-0 1979 W, 16-6 11/15/80 L, 20-7 11/14/81 L, 27-20 11/13/82 L, 31-13 11/12/83 L, 18-7 11/10/84 L, 20-14 11/16/85 W, 13-12 11/15/86 L, 16-0 11/14/87 T, 7-7 10/22/88 T, 14-14 9/16/89 L, 26-6 9/22/90 W, 28-26 9/26/91 L, 24-0 10/24/92 L, 24-6 10/23/93 W, 40-6 10/22/94 W, 14-12 10/21/95 L, 14-9 10/19/96 L, 22-7 10/18/97 W, 38-27 10/24/98 L, 23-0 10/23/99 L, 31-20 10/21/00 W, 34-33 10/20/01 W, 27-13 10/26/02 W, 30-6 10/21/03 W, 30-26 10/16/04 W, 40-14 10/15/05 W, 34-23 10/21/06 L, 10-7 10/27/07 W, 31-21 10/18/08 W, 48-3 10/17/09 W, 30-12 10/30/10 W, 64-6 10/29/11 W, 44-23 10/13/12 L, 35-18 KNOXVILLE Date Score 9/2/95 L, 13-8 8/31/96 W, 35-12

Site

Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Fort Bragg, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Charlotte, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Charlotte, NC Fayetteville, NC Site Knoxville, TN Fayetteville, NC

LIBERTY Date 9/25/99

BRONCOS Score L, 48-14

LINCOLN (PA) Date Score 9/13/08 W, 63-0

Site Lynchburg, VA Site Lincoln, PA

LIVINGSTONE (HOOD TECHNOLOGICAL SEMINARY) Date Score Site 1929 L, 37-0 1936 W, 25-0 1938 W, 31-0 1939 W, 6-2 1946 W, 6-0 W, 24-0 9/28/63 W, 20-12 Salisbury, NC 9/26/64 W, 28-6 Fayetteville, NC 9/25/65 W, 8-6 Salisbury, NC 9/24/66 L, 28-6 Fayetteville, NC 1967 L, 20-6 Salisbury, NC 10/26/68 L, 13-0 Fayetteville, NC 10/25/69 L, 28-0 Salisbury, NC 10/24/70 W, 15-14 Fayetteville, NC 10/28/72 W, 13-7 Fayetteville, NC 1974 L, 19-15 Fayetteville, NC 1975 W, 15-7 Salisbury, NC 10/23/76 Fayetteville, NC 10/22/77 Salisbury, NC 1979 W, 7-6 Salisbury, NC 1980 W, 26-0 Fayetteville, NC 10/24/81 W, 19-10 Salisbury, NC 10/23/82 L, 17-16 Fayetteville, NC 1983 L, 8-7 Salisbury, NC 1984 W, 21-16 Fayetteville, NC 1985 W, 22-21 Salisbury, NC 10/25/86 T, 21-21 Fayetteville, NC 10/24/87 W, 16-0 Salisbury, NC 11/5/88 L, 19-13 Fayetteville, NC 11/4/89 W, 20-13 Salisbury, NC 11/3/90 W, 21-13 Fayetteville, NC 11/9/91 L, 34-6 Salisbury, NC 11/7/92 T, 36-36 Fayetteville, NC 11/8/93 L, 35-32 Salisbury, NC 9/3/94 L, 9-0 Fayetteville, NC 11/4/95 L, 39-21 Salisbury, NC 11/2/96 L, 42-17 Fayetteville, NC 11/8/97 L, 67-13 Salisbury, NC 11/14/98 L, 55-26 Fayetteville, NC 11/13/99 L, 34-7 % Greensboro, NC 9/23/00 W, 12-6 (3OT) Fayetteville, NC 9/22/01 W, 26-9 ^ Salisbury, NC 9/28/02 W, 42-12 ^ Fayetteville, NC 11/11/03 L, 28-27 Salisbury, NC 10/30/04 W, 62-19 Fayetteville, NC 10/29/05 W, 52-22 Salisbury, NC 11/4/06 W, 34-16 Fayetteville, NC 9/29/07 W, 58-20 Salisbury, NC 11/1/08 W, 55-20 Fayetteville, NC 10/27/09 W, 31-8 Salisbury, NC 10/23/10 W, 59-6 Fayetteville, NC 10/22/11 W, 17-7 Fayetteville, NC 10/27/12 W, 47-29 Fayetteville, NC % - Piedmont Classic ^ - Blues Classic MILES COLLEGE Date Score 9/5/92 W, 28-8 9/24/93 T, 20-20

Site Fayetteville, NC Birmingham, AL

MINERS’ TEACHERS COLLEGE Date Score Site 1936 L, 30-6 MOREHOUSE Date Score 1974 L, 27-20 1975 W, 26-14

Site

MORRIS BROWN Date Score Site 1982 L, 28-12 Atlanta, GA 9/3/83 L, 13-10 Fayetteville, NC 10/31/87 W, 20-6 Fayetteville, NC 10/29/88 L, 15-2 Atlanta, GA (forfeit to MBC) MORRIS Date 1936

Score T, 6-6

Site

NEWBERRY Date Score 11/11/92 L, 35-12 11/13/93 W, 29-18

Site Newberry, SC Fayetteville, NC

NORTH CAROLINA A&T Date Score 10/12/85 L, 35-0 9/7/86 L, 50-0 10/14/89 L, 20-13 9/14/96 L, 17-7 9/26/98 L, 37-20

Site Greensboro, NC Fayetteville, NC Greensboro, NC Greensboro, NC Greensboro, NC

NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL Date Score Site 10/3/36 L, 8-0 Durham, NC 10/2/37 L, 6-0 Fayetteville, NC 9/30/50 L, 45-0 Durham, NC 10/4/80 L, 7-0 Fayetteville, NC 10/3/81 L, 40-14 Durham, NC 10/2/82 L, 20-15 Fayetteville, NC 10/1/83 L, 26-20 Durham, NC 9/29/84 L, 24-22 Fayetteville, NC 9/28/85 L, 19-6 Durham, NC 9/27/86 L, 44-16 Fayetteville, NC 9/26/87 W, 24-14 Durham, NC 9/24/88 L, 26-15 Fayetteville, NC 10/7/89 L, 18-6 Durham, NC 10/6/90 L, 35-6 Fayetteville, NC 10/12/91 L, 14-0 Durham, NC 10/10/92 L, 33-13 Fayetteville, NC 10/9/93 W, 27-20 Durham, NC 10/8/94 L, 23-14 Fayetteville, NC 10/7/95 L, 45-0 Durham, NC 10/5/96 L, 55-0 Fayetteville, NC 10/4/97 L, 38-13 Durham, NC 10/10/98 W, 22-17 ! Fayetteville, NC 10/9/99 W, 32-7 Durham, NC 10/7/00 L, 35-27 Fayetteville, NC 10/6/01 W, 14-13 Durham, NC 10/12/02 W, 21-7 Fayetteville, NC 10/18/03 W, 45-7 Durham, NC 10/9/04 W, 17-7 Fayetteville, NC 10/15/05 L, 17-12 Durham, NC 10/14/06 L, 49-6 Fayetteville, NC 9/2/07 L, 17-0 Durham, NC 8/31/08 W, 33-22 $ Durham, NC 9/1/12 L, 54-31 Durham, NC ! - Fayetteville Classic $ - Labor Day Classic NORFOLK STATE Date Score 1938 W, 53-0 1939 W, 7-0 1940 W, 21-20 1941 L, 26-0 1945 W, 12-8 1946 W, 13-0 1947 L, 15-12 1948 T, 6-6 1949 L, 25-12 1950 L, 15-12 1951 W, 19-6 1952 W, 32-0 1953 W, 12-2 9/16/72 W, 32-0 1973 L, 34-16 1974 L, 27-7 9/18/75 L, 9-7 9/19/76 L, 28-7

Site


PRESBYTERIAN Date Score 9/3/05 L, 35-6 9/9/06 L, 7-6 9/6/08 L, 38-28

Fayetteville, NC Norfolk, VA Fayetteville, NC Norfolk, VA Fayetteville, NC Norfolk, VA Fayetteville, NC Norfolk, VA Fayetteville, NC Norfolk, VA Fayetteville, NC Norfolk, VA

Site Clinton, NC Fayetteville, NC Clinton, SC

SAINT AUGUSTINE’S Date Score Site 1936 W, 25-6 Fayetteville, 1946 W, 6-0 Raleigh, NC 10/22/60 L, 8-6 Fayetteville, 10/21/61 W, 12-8 Raleigh, NC 10/20/62 W, 14-6 Fayetteville, 10/19/63 L, 22-6 Raleigh, NC 10/24/64 L, 26-6 Fayetteville, 10/23/65 L, 28-12 Raleigh, NC 9/7/02 W, 62-12 Fayetteville, 11/1/03 W, 42-36 Raleigh, NC 10/23/04 W, 38-14 Fayetteville, 10/22/05 W, 45-28 Raleigh, NC 10/28/06 L, 15-3 Fayetteville, 10/13/07 W, 13-10 Raleigh, NC 10/25/08 W, 20-16 Raleigh, NC 10/24/09 W, 56-6 Fayetteville, 10/2/10 L, 42-36 Raleigh, NC 10/1/11 W, 31-28 (OT) Fayetteville, 10/20/12 L, 34-28 (3OT) Raleigh, NC

NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC

SAINT PAUL’S Date Score 1946 W, 14-0 10/7/61 W, 20-6 10/6/62 W, 30-0 10/5/63 L, 14-0 10/10/64 L, 12-6 10/9/65 L, 12-0 10/8/66 W, 14-0 10/7/67 W, 14-8 10/12/68 W, 12-10 10/11/69 W, 20-16 10/10/70 W, 20-8 10/9/72 1974 W, 46-0 1975 W, 26-9 10/9/76 10/8/77 1978 W, 31-7 10/18/79 W, 26-0 9/13/80 W,13-6 9/12/81 W, 16-6 9/11/82 W, 34-6 9/19/87 W, 30-7 9/17/05 W, 23-13 9/23/06 L, 24-21 9/20/08 W, 28-0 9/19/09 W, 24-0

Site Fayetteville, NC Lawrenceville, VA Fayetteville, NC Lawrenceville, VA Fayetteville, NC Lawrenceville, VA Fayetteville, NC Lawrenceville, NC Fayetteville, NC Lawrenceville, VA Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Lawrenceville, VA Fayetteville, NC Lawrenceville, VA Fayetteville, NC Lawrenceville, VA Fayetteville, NC Lawrenceville, VA Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Martinsville, VA Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Lawrenceville, VA

SAMFORD Date 10/13/90

Score L, 37-0

Site Birmingham, AL

STATE Score L, 26-14 L, 9-6 L, 21-20 L, 41-3

Site Fayetteville, NC Savannah, GA Fayetteville, NC Savannah, GA

SAVANNAH Date 9/5/87 9/3/88 10/21/89 10/20/90

SHAW Date Score 1929 L, 40-0 1934 T, 0-0 1935 W, 6-0 1938 W, 14-7 9/29/46 L, 25-0 9/27/47 L, 21-0 10/3/64 T, 6-6 10/2/65 L, 39-14 10/4/66 T, 0-0 9/30/67 T, 8-8 10/5/68 W, 16-0 10/4/69 W, 14-2 10/3/70 T, 0-0 10/2/71 W, 27-6 9/30/72 W, 19-8 9/29/73 W, 19-8 9/28/74 W, 16-6 9/25/75 W, 32-14 9/23/76 W, 23-0 9/24/77 W, 14-13 9/23/78 W, 24-6 10/4/03 W, 28-21 9/25/04 W, 24-14 11/6/04 L, 10-7 $ 10/20/07 W, 24-16 10/12/08 L, 19-12 10/10/09 W, 29-28 10/16/10 L, 34-27 10/15/11 L, 35-29 (OT) 10/6/12 L, 45-28 $ - CIAA Championship

Site

Raleigh, NC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Raleigh, NC Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Durham, NC Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Fayetteville, NC Raleigh, NC Fayetteville, NC Durham, NC

SOUTH CAROLINA TRADE SCHOOL Date Score Site L, 18-0 SOUTH CAROLINA STATE Date Score Site 1927 L, 19-0 1929 L, 40-0 1952 L, 14-7 1953 L, 38-0 10/15/66 L, 86-0 10/21/67 L, 38-8 335TH ORDNANCE BATTALION – FORT BRAGG Date Score Site 1946 W, 25-7 Fayetteville, NC TENNESSEE TECH Date Score 8/30/01 L, 31-10

Site Cooksville, TN

UNIVERSITY OF THE DC Date Score 11/8/80 T, 0-0 11/7/81 W, 14-7 11/6/82 L, 30-6 11/8/84 W, 10-0 11/9/85 W, 34-31 11/8/86 L, 13-0 11/7/87 W, 42-8 10/28/89 L, 19-7

Site Washington, DC Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Washington, DC Fayetteville, NC Washington, DC Fayetteville, NC Washington, DC

MARYLAND-EASTERN SHORES (PRINCE ANN COLLEGE) Date Score Site 1946 W, 20-6 UNC PEMBROKE Date Score Site 8/29/09 L, 41-34 (3OT) Fayetteville, NC 9/4/10 L, 39-0 Pembroke, NC 9/3/11 L, 33-27 Fayetteville, NC 9/8/12 L, 31-21 Pembroke, NC

VIRGINIA STATE Date Score 1924 L, 8-0 1927 L, 50-0 1957 L, 38-0 11/8/58 L, 30-0 10/19/68 L, 38-6 10/18/69 T, 8-8 10/17/70 10/2/76 10/1/77 9/21/85 T, 7-7 9/20/86 L, 50-7 10/19/91 L, 31-14 10/17/92 W, 35-15 10/16/93 L, 41-6 10/15/94 L, 27-7 10/14/95 L, 48-0 10/12/96 L, 30-7 10/11/97 L, 51-29 10/17/98 W, 15-14 10/16/99 L, 50-7 10/14/00 L, 29-27 10/13/01 W, 27-14 10/19/02 W, 20-10 9/18/04 L 19-3 9/30/06 W, 30-3 9/27/08 W, 23-13 9/26/09 L, 25-20 10/9/10 W, 21-14 10/8/11 W, 49-21

VIRGINIA UNION Date Score 1974 L, 48-0 9/10/83 L, 21-14 1984 T, 22-22 9/2/89 L, 23-12 9/1/90 L, 21-7 9/16/95 T, 21-21 9/21/96 L, 18-12 (OT) 11/1/97 L, 46-0 11/7/98 W, 35-22 11/6/99 L, 49-14 11/4/00 L, 41-8 11/3/01 L, 14-7 11/9/02 W, 28-18 9/6/03 W, 27-19 11/15/03 W, 23-19 $ 9/4/04 W, 58-21 8/27/05 W, 53-26 9/3/06 W, 25-12 11/3/07 L, 34-17 11/6/10 W, 44-27 11/5/11 L, 17-14 9/15/12 W, 28-17 $ - CIAA Championship

Football all-time history

9/17/77 L, 28-7 $ 1978 L, 34-12 1979 L, 35-0 9/20/80 L, 20-0 9/19/81 L, 27-6 9/18/82 L, 20-15 10/5/85 L, 34-14 10/13/86 L, 38-21 11/2/91 L, 28-14 9/9/92 W, 32-23 9/11/93 W, 34-19 9/17/94 L, 42-12 $ - Centennial Game

BRONCOS Site Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Petersburg, VA Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Petersburg, VA Petersburg, VA Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Petersburg, VA Fayetteville, NC Site Richmond, VA Fayetteville, NC Richmond, VA Fayetteville, NC Richmond, VA Fayetteville, NC Richmond, VA Fayetteville, NC Richmond, VA Fayetteville, NC Richmond, VA Fayetteville, NC Richmond, VA Fayetteville, NC Durham, NC Richmond, VA Fayetteville, NC Richmond, VA Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville, NC Richmond, VA Fayetteville, NC

WEST CHESTER Date Score 11/5/83 L, 30-8 9/17/88 L, 63-21

Site Fayetteville, NC West Chester, PA

WINGATE Date 9/13/97 8/26/06 8/25/07

Site Wingate, NC Wingate, NC Fayetteville, NC

Score L, 48-12 L, 19-0 L, 34-26


Football all-time history

WINSTON-SALEM STATE Date Score 1947 L, 18-0 1948 L, 33-0 1949 L, 31-6 1950 L, 38-0 1951 L, 26-13 1952 W, 12-7 1953 T, 13-13 1954 L, 20-13 1955 L, 13-0 1956 L, 19-6 1957 W, 19-14 1958 W, 26-0 1959 L, 46-0 11/12/60 L, 24-12 11/11/61 L, 20-0 11/10/62 L, 24-12 11/9/63 L, 36-0 11/14/64 L, 33-6 10/16/65 L, 19-14 11/19/66 W, 22-18

10/14/67 11/2/68 11/8/69 11/7/70 10/16/71 10/14/72 1973 1974 10/18/75 10/16/76 10/15/77 1978 10/13/79 10/18/80 10/17/81 10/16/82 10/15/83 1984 10/19/85 10/18/86 10/3/87 10/1/88

Site

L, 20-6 L, 8-0 W, 42-2 L, 31-14 W, 20-15 L, 9-3 L, 12-4 L, 41-24 W, 25-0 W, 16-10 L, 40-18 L, 52-21 W, 28-14 L, 21-0 L, 33-20 L, 23-7 T, 13-13 L, 20-14 L, 17-13 L, 22-14 L, 28-0 L, 35-10

BRONCOS Fayetteville, NC Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, NC Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, NC Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, NC Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, NC Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, NC Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, NC Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, NC Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, NC Winston-Salem,

All-time post-season honors CIAA ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM 1970 DB Ronald Cox 1972 OG Larry Walker 1973 FL Clarence Pointer LB Michael Wright 1974 RB James Godwin DE John Young OG Sylvester Ritter 1975 OG Jackie Simmons RB James Godwin OG Maurice Franks 1978 OT Bunis Travis 1979 OT Willie Gay K Ronald Guions DB Ike Walker P Bertie Wadford 1980 DL Kenneth Tillman DB Ike Walker P Bertie Wadford 1982 DL Kevin Martin 1983 OG Tyrone Kelly’ DB Kendrick Sims P Aaron Lewis 1984 P Aaron Lewis 1985 NG Otis Ransaw DL Charles Harris, Jr. P Aaron Lewis 1987 K Andre Bowden 1988 K Andre Bowden DB Randy Ladson DB Phillip Julious OL Daryl Hill DL Russell Rhymes LB Willie Hopkins LB Terrance Hall 1989 LB Terrance Hall DB Marvin Price 1990 LB Terrance Hall 1991 KR Jessie Curtis 1992 OG Steven Graham DB Foster Watkins DB Michael Edwards 1993 RB Clifton Davis DB Steven Graham PR Darnell Cox DT Elvis Dudley 1994 DT Elvis Dudley OG Steven Graham RB Clifton Davis 1995 DT Elvis Dudley CB Darnell Cox LB Cedric Gordon 1996 LB Cedric Gordon PR Demarco Archangel 1997 KR Demarco Archangel LB Sam Washington PR Demarco Archangel

1998

1999 2000

2001

2002 Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern Southern

Div. Div. Div. Div. Div. Div. Div. Div. 2003

1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2004 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 2007 2nd Team 1st Team 2nd Team Hon. Mention

LB DB LB DL RB PR TE WR SS WR DL OG RB CB WR LB LB OL RB LB WR KR DB CB OL OL RB K LB DB DB P OL WR DL LB OL WR K LB LB CB TE OL RB OL K DB KR LB LB WR OL KR DL LB TE

Samuel Washington Jermel Johnson Jamie Bemby Sam Hairston, Jr. Ralph Jackson Demarco Archangel Jamia Brantley Mark Green Jarvis Davis Andregus Holmes Derrick Ward Ricky Hardy DeAngelo Bridgers Phil Crumb Elliott London Damien Adams Brian Holliday Quinton Smith Nathaniel Benton Clenton Cochran Wayman Westbrooks Kamal Watkins Phil Crumb Toi Calloway Karson Lown Johnny Surratt DeAngelo Bridgers Justin Landgon Brian Holliday Phil Crumb Deron Donald Alan Zero O’Gene Jacobs Elliott London Damien Adams Shawn Morgan Carlos Rajos Daryl Bright Ross McKernan Damien Adams Charles Roberts Walt Williams Jonathan Biddle Antwan Pippen DeAngelo Bridgers Carlos Rajos Ross McKernan Walt Williams Daryl Bright Charles Roberts Reggie Hamphill Daryl Bright Gary Battle Eric Lamoureux Andre Dunn Geron Harper Darren Obajil

1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team HM 2nd Team 2nd Team HM HM HM 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team HM HM HM HM 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team

9/30/89 L, 34-6 Fayetteville, NC 9/29/90 L, 44-0 Winston-Salem, 10/5/91 L, 28-8 Fayetteville, NC 9/26/92 L, 28-8 Winston-Salem, 10/2/93 L, 20-17 Fayetteville, NC W, 39-28 Winston-Salem, NC 10/3/94 9/30/95 T, 17-17 Fayetteville, NC L, 6-0 Winston-Salem, NC 9/28/96 9/27/97 W, 18-16 % Fayetteville, NC L, 17-14 Winston-Salem, NC 10/3/98 10/2/99 L, 44-0 Fayetteville, NC L, 28-14 Winston-Salem, NC 9/30/00 9/29/01 L, 14-2 Fayetteville, NC W, 30-26 (4OT) W-S, NC NC 10/5/02 10/11/03 W, 22-14 Fayetteville, NC W, 21-14 Winston-Salem, NC 10/2/04 10/1/05 L, 26-24 Fayetteville, NC L, 31-14 Fayetteville, NC NC 9/25/10 9/24/11 L, 56-20 Winston-Salem, L, 41-8 Fayetteville, NC NC 11/3/12 % - Fayetteville Classic NC

2008

2009

2010

2011 2012

DB P LB DB KR OL OL WR DB LB K DB TE OL RB DL LB P LB SS OL OL K OL DB RB RB DB

Jeff Gowdy Eric Lamoureux Marcos Esquivel Jeff Gowdy Richard Medlin Dillon Kestner Cedric Willis Darryl Barnett Donte Wise Marcos Esquivel Austin Turner Jeff Gowdy Tyshon Gurley Dillon Kestner Calvin Harris Darius Powell Joe Brown Austin Turner Jeremy Cunningham Andre Lyles Dillon Kestner Larry McDonald Austin Turner Larry McDonald Joshua Scales Colon Bailey, Jr. Colon Bailey, Jr. Joshua Scales

2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 2nd Team 1st Team 1st Team 2nd Team 1st Team 2nd Team

NC NC NC NC NC NC

NC NC


1994 1995 1996

QB K OL P LB LB KR DB DL LB DB DL DL OL LB LB RB QB DL DL QB OL DL TE QB LB DB RB LB

NAIA 1972 OG 1974 OG 1975 DB DL RB

BRONCOS

DISTRICT 26 ALL-AMERICAN Sylvester Ritter Sylvester Ritter Maurice Franks James Sanders Tim Heath James Tucker OL Charles Boyd WR Wayne Bythwood OG Jackie Simmons

STREET & SMITH BLACK COLLEGE ALL-AMERICAN 1998 DB Jarvis Davis 2004 CB Walt Williams

Football all-time history

1993

CIAA ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Jermaine Bryant Mike Decuir Tollie West, Jr. Samuel Harrison Cedric Gordon Samuel Washington Thomas Little Jarvis Davis Robert Dawkins Jamie Bemby Jermel Johnson Justin Leak Kevin Spears William Jefferson, Jr. Willie Woodard Terrance Wilson Nathaniel Benton Duane Taylor Gabiel Roseboro Samuel Royal Jonathan Autry Larry McDonald Jamal Dixon Dallin Gray Chauncey Concepcion Steven Moore Kwamere Bailey Andre Montgomery Marquel Gathers

ASSOCIATE PRESS LITTLE ALL-AMERICAN 2004 LB Charles Roberts CB Walt Williams

BLACK VOICES QUARTERLY/COCA-COLA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM (FORMERLY SPORTS DR. C. M. FRANK’S SMALL COLLEGES AND VIEW/COCA-COLA SCHOLAR UNIVERSITIES ALL-AMERICAN ALL-AMERICAN) 1993 OG Steven Graham 1994 Demarco Jeter 1999 1994 OG Steven Graham 1995 Demarco Jeter 1995 DT Elvis Dudley 1996 Demarco Jeter Max Fuller, III 2000 NCAA DII ALL-SOUTH REGION 1997 Demarco Jeter ALL-AMERICAN 1998 Samuel Hairston, Jr. 1990 LB Terrance Smith 1999 Samuel Hairston, Jr. 1994 OG Steven Graham 2001 Andregus Holmes 2004 2002 Andregus Holmes 2008 DON HANSEN’S FOOTBALL GAZETTE Shawn Timberlake 2009 ALL-SOUTH REGION TEAM 2003 Andregus Holmes 2010 1996 LB Cedric Gordon 2011 1997 KR Demeco Archangel CACTUS BOWL ALL-STAR GAME 2002 DB Phil Crumb 3rd Team 2003 Derrick Spencer OL Karson Lown 2004 Walt Williams 2012 OL Johnny Surratt LB Brian Holiday 3rd Team CIAA COMMISSIONER’S 2003 DL Damien Adams ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM CIAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2004 DB Walt Williams 1998 Demarco Jeter Hon. Mention 1998 DB Jermel Johnson 2002 Andregus Holmes 2004 QB Jonathan Autry AMERICAN FOOTBALL COACHES’ 2010 Dallin Gray 2nd Team 2005 DB Renuard Wise ASSOCIATION (AFCA) ALL-AMERICAN 1990 DL Terrance Smith COLLEGE FOOTBALL CHRONICLE’S CIAA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2004 DB Walt Williams ALL-AMERICAN 2002 LB Brian Holliday 1997 DB Demarco Jeter 2004 LB Charles Roberts AMERICAN FOOTBALL COACHES’ ASSOCIATION GOOD WORKS TEAM CIAA SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1997 DB Demarco Jeter 2008 KR Richard Medlin 2002 WR Andregus Holmes 2009 K Austin Turner CIAA GOOD WORKS TEAMS 2001 Andregus Holmes CIAA CHAMPIONSHIP GAME MOST 2002 Shawn Timberlake OUTSTANDING PLAYER 2003 Shawn Timberlake 2002 WR Elliott London 2004 Barry McCauley 2003 LB Charles Roberts 2009 QB Benjamin Williams 1997 1998

DAKTRONICS DIVISION II ALL-SOUTH REGIONAL ALL-AMERICAN 1997 DB Jarvis Davis 2003 WR Daryl Bright 2nd Team K/P Ross McKernan 2nd Team DL Russell Rhames 2nd Team 100% WRONG CLUB COACH OF THE YEAR 2004 WR Daryl Bright 2002 Kenny Phillips LB Charles Roberts 2009 Kenny Phillips K Ross McKernan 2nd Team OL Carlos Rajos 2nd Team PIGSKIN CLUB OF WASHINGTON, DC CB Walt Williams 2nd Team COACH OF THE YEAR 2002 Kenny Phillips SBN BLACK COLLEGE ALL-AMERICAN 2003 Kenny Phillips 1975 RB James Godwin 2009 Kenny Phillips 1988 RB Randy Ladson HM LB Andre Bowden HM PIGSKIN CLUB OF WASHINGTON, DC DL Russell Rhymes HM PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2004 CB Walt Williams 2002 LB Brian Holliday 2003 P/K Ross McKernan 2009 P/K Austin Turner 100% WRONG CLUB DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2002 LB Brian Holliday 2003 LB Charles Roberts

1975 1987 2002 2009

CIAA COACH OF THE YEAR Raymond McDougal Robert Pulliam Kenny Phillips Kenny Phillips

NAIA DISTRICT 26 COACH OF THE YEAR 1972 Raymond McDougal 1973 Raymond McDougal 1975 Raymond McDougal


Football all-time history

BRONCOS All-time seasonal statistical leaders RUSHING Year Name 1973 James Godwin 1974 James Godwin 1975 James Godwin 1981 Reggie Williams 1982 Reggie Williams 1983 Benji Knx 1984 Benji Knox 1985 Benji Knox 1986 Greg Gun 1987 Paul Stevens 1988 1989 Kenneth Frazier 1990 Kenneth Frazier 1991 Kenneth Frazier 1992 Clifton Davis 1993 Clifton Davis 1994 Clifton Davis 1995 Ralph Jackson 1996 Ralph Jackson 1997 Ralph Jackson 1998 Ralph Jackson 1999 Roderick Wooten 2000 DeAngelo Bridgers 2001 Nathaniel Benton 2002 DeAngelo Bridgers 2003 Amir Holding 2004 Nick Green 2005 Elliott London 2006 Nick Green 2007 Richard Medlin 2008 Richard Medlin 2009 Calvin Harris 2010 Richard Medlin 2011 Colon Bailey, Jr. 2012 Colon Bailey, Jr. NOTE: CIAA Records

G 10 11 10 7 9 10 9 10 10 10

102 98 102 149 96 100 117

8 9 7 10 11 10 10 10 8 10 9 7 10 12 12 10 8 8 9 10 11 10 9 10

101 131 124 133 *311 255 140 221 132 215 91 135 102 207 216 132 102 101 160 154 135 144 148 178

PASSING Year Name G 1981 Kenneth Walker 6 1982 Sylvester Robinson 6 1983 Kevin Wardlaw 10 1984 Jerome Morgan 5 1985 Jerome Morgan 9 1986 Clint Caldwell 10 1987 Paul Stevens 10 1988 Paul Stevens 9 1989 Willie Woodard 8 1990 Willie Woodard 8 1991 Robert Harrington 9 1992 Robert Harrington 10 1993 Robert Harrington 11 1994 Robert Harrington 10 1995 Jermaine Bryant 10 1996 Christopher Stewart 10 1997 Christopher Stewart 9 1998 Theo Davis 10 1999 Christopher Stewart 9 2000 Duane Taylor 10 2001 Victor Leath 9 2002 Te’Mon Wallace 11 2003 Duane Taylor 12 2004 Jonathan Autry 9 2005 Jonathan Autry 10 2006 Jay Autry 9 2007 Bryan Hardy 8 2008 Benjamin Williams 9 2009 Benjamin Williams 8 2010 Robert Benjamin 9 2011 Chauncey Concepcion 9 2012 Andreas Hudson 9

Att

Yds Avg/C Avg/G 454 45.4 1,079 98.1 1,100 110.1 482 4.7 68.9 572 5.4 59.1 533 5.4 55.3 912 6.1 101.3 419 4.4 41.9 595 6.0 59.5 585 5.0 58.5

TD 9

454 434 514 851 1,591 1,063 565 761 634 932 326 694 586 963 855 555 474 480 652 688 692 772 637 1,015

6 5 1 3 *17 8

Att-Com-Int 78-21-8 64-24-7 108-33-12 61-24-6 249-108-20 233-84-20 121-34-7 75-18-12 128-56-12 132-47-0 106-39-8 254-114-20 243-103-7 160-76-11 170-59-10 128-41-10 213-74-13 110-46-5 288-115-23 200-81-10 98-42-3 278-166-9 371-197-8 132-63-5 304-172-6 192-88-11 111-54 130-72-3 190-103-6 251-127-5 143-69-10 171-92-3

4.5 3.3 4.1 6.2 5.1 4.2 4.0 3.4 4.8 4.3 3.6 5.1 5.9 4.7 4.0 4.2 4.6 4.8 3.7 4.5 5.1 5.4 4.3 5.7

56.8 48.2 73.4 8.1 114.6 106.3 56.5 76.1 79.3 93.2 36.2 99.1 58.6 80.2 71.2 55.5 59.2 60.0 66.0 68.8 62.9 77.2 70.8 101.5

Pct .308 .375 .305 .409 .433 .360 .280 .240 .437 .336 .368 .449 .420 .475 .347 .320 .347 .418 .399 .405 .429 .597 .531 .477 .566 .458 -4 .554 .542 .506 .483 .538

Yds 253 351 474 339 1,419 1,353 726 355 627 627 659 1,789 1,411 1135 606 556 973 596 1,534 1,058 505 1,839 2,219 770 2,377 995 .486 995 1,277 1,558 799 1,059

4 5 4 1 5

1 3 4 1 6 4 11 7 4 1 2 3 10 7 5 12 10

RECEPTIONS Year Name G 1956 Charles Knight 9 1981 Johnny Burns 9 1982 Steve Gilliam 10 1983 Moses Ford 9 1984 Kevin Wardlaw 9 1985 Moses Ford 10 1986 Moses Ford 10 1987 Chris Armstrong 10 1988 1989 Anthony Edwards 8 1990 Anthony Edwards 7 1991 Edward Lesane 10 1992 Fred Blanks 10 1993 Cedric Utley 11 1994 Cedric Utley 10 1995 Cedric Utley 10 1996 Andre Rice 10 1997 Andre Rice 8 1998 Demeco Archangel 10 1999 Mark Green 11 2000 Andregus Holmes 9 2001 Elliott London 10 2002 Elliott London 12 2003 Daryl Bright 12 2004 Daryl Bright 12 2005 Veon McHam 10 2006 Daryl Barnett 10 2007 Bobby Wilder 10 2008 Darryl Barnett 10 2009 Kendon Doe 11 2010 Benjamin Washington 9 2011 Antonio Allen 10 2012 Ricardo White 9

PUNTING Year Name 1966 Stanley Abrams 1970 Kenneth Gamble 1971 Kenneth Gamble TD 1979 Bertie Wadford 3 3 1980 Bertie Wadford 2 1981 Bertie Wadford 5 1982 John Coleman 14 1983 Linwood Fulton 1984 Aaron Lewis 9 1985 Aaron Lewis 6 3 1986 Aaron Lewis 1987 Aaron Lewis 4 1988 2 1989 Anthony Barnes 3 11 1990 Eric Allsbrook 11 1991 Sterlin McClain 8 1992 Sterlin McClain 1993 Sterlin McClain 7 1994 Sterlin McClain 6 1995 Shawn Harrison 4 1996 Shawn Harrison 4 1997 Wayne Allsbrook 10 1998 Wayne Allsbrook 12 1999 Elijah Everett 1 2000 Alan Zero 16 2001 Alan Zero 21 2002 Alan Zero 11 2003 Ross McKernan 23 2004 Ross McKernan 5 587 6 2005 Robert Munoz 2006 Ward Aycock 12 2007 Eric Lamoureux 8 2008 Spenser Terry 19 2009 Austin Turner 5 2010 Austin Turner 5 2011 Austin Turner 2012 Antonio Mayo

No 25 7 13 9 23 42 28 15

Yds 247 112 195 215 304 479 411 394

Avg/G Avg/R 27.4 2.7 12.4 0.7 19.5 1.3 23.8 1.0 33.7 2.6 47.9 4.2 41.1 2.8 39.4 1.5

19 20 23 29 32 35 23 20 22 24 39 27 31 55 70 29 49 27 26 33 45 36 26 30

248 330 350 569 503 710 255 223 224 340 740 375 528 586 957 280 755 426 429 486 645 603 391 369

31.0 47.1 35.5 56.9 45.7 71.0 25.5 23.3 28.0 24.0 67.2 41.6 52.8 48.8 79.8 23.3 75.5 42.6 42.9 48.6 58.6 67.0 39.1 41.0

G 8 9 9 9 9 9 6 7 9 10 5 10

No 13 49 47 71 52

Yds 518 2,060 2,092 2,841 2,136

Avg 39.8 42.0 43.8 40.0 40.3

35 40 40 61 19 62

1,190 1,267 1,739 2,595 669 2,300

34.0 31.7 43.5 42.5 35.2 37.1

10 5 7 10 11 10 7 10 8 6 11 10 10 12 12 12 10 10 10 10 11 10 10 10

61 36 43 46 50 51 43 55 49 41 65 63 34 72 75 71 57 46 58 45 65 57 46 50

2,106 1,167 1,403 1,581 1,734 1,812 1,350 1,966 1,688 1,348 2,161 2,297 1,245 2,661 2,653 2,306 2,177 1,743 2,215 1,563 2,551 1,857 1,754 1,782

34.5 32.5 32.6 34.6 34.7 35.5 31.4 35.7 34.4 32.9 33.2 36.5 39.6 37.0 35.4 32.5 38.2 37.9 38.2 34.7 39.2 35.7 38.1 35.6

2.4 2.9 2.3 2.8 2.9 3.5 2.3 2.0 2.7 2.4 3.5 3.0 3.1 4.6 5.9 2.4 4.9 2.7 2.6 3.3 4.4 3.3 2.6 3.3

TD 1 2 1 1 4 2 2 4 2 2 3 6 3 5 1 1 4 4 5 2 5 5 5 9 2 3 12 2 5 4 1


BRONCOS

INTERCEPTIONS Year Name G 1981 Jerome German 9 1982 Ronald McIntyre 8 1983 Kendrick Sims 10 1984 Martin Ricks 9 1985 Martin Ricks 10 1986 Reggie Montgomery 10 1987 Willie Hopkins 10 1988 1989 Marvin Price 10 1990 Leon McClockton 9 1991 Michael Edwards 10 1992 Darnell Cox 10 1993 Darnell Cox 11 1994 Michelle Joseph 10 1995 Darnell Coc 10 1996 Jarvis Davis 6 *1997 Jarvis Davis 9 **1998 Jermel Johnson 10 1999 Douglas Dolberry 8 2000 Phil Crumb 10 2001 Jermel Johnson 4 2002 Deron Donald 12 2003 Walt Williams 9 2004 Walt Williams 12 2005 Donte Wise 10 2006 Donte Wise 10 2007 Jeff Gowdy 10 2008 Jeff Gowdy 10 2009 Jeff Gowdy 11 2010 Andre Lyles 10 2011 Josh Scales 8 2012 Michael Johnson 10 Joshua Scales 10 Note:

G 9 8 9 8 10 10 7 7 8 7 10 10 9 10 10 6 10 10 10 10 10 12 12 12 10 10 10 10 11 10 9 10

No 17 10 17 8 22 15 7 9 17 20 15 14 22 25 30 9 35 23 16 15 13 12 16 14 12 13 11 12 17 20 17 17

Yds 316 230 316 125 335 275 157 216 306 350 363 362 650 569 630 235 783 468 327 231 319 317 371 271 235 273 177 500 511 449 393 404

No 3 2 4 4 6 2 7

Yds 86 21 22 15 73 47 60

Avg 0.3 0.2 0.4 0.4 0.6 0.2 0.7

7 4 2 3 4 4 4 4 8 9 6 3 2 5 9 7 5 4 4 6 6 6 7 4 4

89 97 79 13 27 104 70 36 84 95 105 148 70 42 158 9 72 0 35 107 101 180 113 106 13

0.7 0.4 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.8 0.9 0.8 0.3 0.5 0.4 1.0 0.9 14.4 0 8.8 17.8 16.8 30.0 16.1 26.5 3.2

Avg 22.7 23.0 18.5 15.6 15.2 18.3 22.4 24.0 18.0 17.5 24.2 25.9 21.0 22.8 21.0 26.1 22.4 20.3 2.4 15.4 24.5 26.4 23.2 19.4 19.6 21.0 17.7 41.7 30.1 22.5 23.1 23.8

*NCAA Division II Leader – Interceptions per game **NCAA Division II Leader - Interceptions

TOTAL OFFENSE Year Name 1981 Kenneth Walker 1982 Reggie Williams 1983 Kevin Wardlaw 1984 Benji Knox 1985 Jerome Morgan 1986 Clint Walker

Plays 103 98 191 149 352 273

Rush -166 532 211 912 115 -59

Pass 253 474 1419 1353

Total 87 532 685 912 1534 1294

1987 1988 1889 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Paul Stevens

238

585

726

1311

Willie Woodard Willie Woodard Robert Harrington Robert Harrington Clifton Davis Robert Harrington Ralph Jackson Ralph Jackson Christopher Stewart Ralph Jackson Christopher Stewart Duane Taylor Victor Leach Te’Mon Wallace Duane Taylor Jonathan Autry Jonathan Autry Jay Autry Bryan Hardy Bryan Hardy Benjamin Williams Robert Benjamin Chauncey Concepcion Andreas Hudson

168 180 131 330 312 189 150 222 272 215 316 244 143 359 464 203 354 225 184 167 240 331 235 214

-123 -35 45 -37 1591 130 565 761 -49 932 -52 -16 183 -130 200 182 39 32 217 281 -10 416 336 50

627 627 659 1789 10 1135 25

504 592 614 1752 1601 1265 590 761 924 932 1482 1042 688 1708 2419 952 2416 1027 804 1185 1267 1974 1135 1109

973 1534 1058 505 1839 2219 770 2377 995 587 904 1277 1558 799 1059

PASS DEFENDED Year Name G PBU Int Total Avg 1990 Leo McClockton 9 8 4 12 1.3 1991 Anthony Bennett 10 6 2 8 0.8 1992 Darnell Cox 10 14 3 17 1.7 1993 Barry Cauthn 11 11 1 12 1.0 1994 Darnell Cox 10 11 3 14 1.4 1995 James Dawson 10 16 2 18 1.8 1996 Jarvis Davis 10 7 4 11 1.1 1997 Allen Autry 10 14 5 19 1.9 1998 Jermel Johnson 10 8 9 17 1.7 1999 Douglas Dolberry 11 8 6 14 1.3 *2000 Phil Crumb 10 17 3 20 2.0 2001 Phil Crumb 10 10 2 12 1.2 2002 Deron Donald 12 7 5 12 1.0 2003 Dentyl Jackson 12 17 17 1.3 Walt Williams 9 8 9 17 1.7 2004 James Walker 12 8 3 11 0.9 2005 Donte Wise 10 12 5 17 1.7 2006 Lamont Bynum 10 8 2 10 1.0 2007 Donte Wise 10 5 3 8 0.8 John Hicks 10 8 8 0.8 2008 Jeff Gowdy 10 9 6 15 1.5 2009 Joshua Wilkins 11 13 1 14 1.2 2010 Andre Lyles 10 9 6 15 1.5 2011 Josh Scales 8 5 7 12 1.5 2012 Josh Scales 10 16 4 20 2.0 NOTE: *First year NCAA began keeping defensive stats. FORCED FUMBLES (SINCE 2000) Year Name G No 2000 Possia Saunders 4 2 Justin Leak 5 2 Bryan Bowden 6 2 Clenton Cochran 10 2 Damien Adams 10 2 Clenton Cochran 10 2 2001 William Spain 3 1 Charles Jenkins 5 1 Toi Calloway 10 1 Phil Crumb 10 1 2002 Shawn Morgan 12 3 2003 Carnell Thornton 11 3 Lemuel Watkins 12 3 2004 Carnell Thornton 12 2 Charles Tubbs 12 2 Geron Harper 12 2 2005 Geron Harper 10 2 Lamont Bynum 10 2 Charlie Lawrence 10 2 2006 Charlie Lawrence 10 3 2007 Joel Kuvuna 10 4 FORCED FUMBLES (SINCE 2000) Year Name G No 2008 Marcos Esquivel 10 3

Acg 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.3 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.3 0.2 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.3 0.4 Acg 0.3

Football all-time history

KICK RETURNS Year Name 1981 Marvin Johnson 1982 Curtis Jackson 1983 Leverne Cole 1984 Marcellous Lunford 1985 Gary Moore 1986 Richardo Jewell 1987 Daniel Harrison 1988 Ronnie Barnes 1989 Glen McFadden 1990 Kenneth Frazier 1991 Jessie Curtis 1992 Jessie Curtis 1993 Jessie Curtis 1994 Jessie Curtis 1995 Darnell Cox 1996 Thomas Little 1997 Demeco Archangel 1998 Demeco Archangel 1999 Andre Rice 2000 Phil Crumb 2001 Kamal Watkins 2002 Kamal Watkins 2003 Dentyl Jackson 2004 Dentyl Jackson 2005 Christopher Spade 2006 Calvin Harris 2007 Elijah Sessoms 2008 Richard Medlin 2009 Jeffrey Brooks 2010 Richard Medlin 2011 Jamere Pugh 2012 Michael Johnson


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2009 2010

2011 2012

Darius Powell 11 Jeremy Cunningham 10 John Hicks 10 Joel Kuvuna 10 Aaron Patterson 10 Dennis Rorie 10 Bryce Williams 9

SCORING Year Name 1973 James Godwin 1974 James Godwin 1975 James Godwin 1981 Carl Daniels 1982 Reggie Williams 1983 Benji Knox 1984 Owen Williams 1985 Benji Knox 1986 Clint Caldwell 1987 Andre Bowden 1988 1989 Kenneth Frazier 1990 Kenneth Frazier 1991 Ebby Lesane 1992 Kenneth Frazier 1993 Clifton Davis 1994 Clifton Davis 1995 Marcus Davis 1996 Jermaine Bryant 1997 Christopher Stewart 1998 Demerco Archangel Theo Davis 1999 Mark Green 2000 DeAngelo Bridgers 2001 Carnell Thornton 2002 DeAngelo Bridgers 2003 Ross McKernan 2004 Ross McKernan 2005 Robert Munoz 2006 Eric Lamoureux 2007 Eric Lamoureux 2008 Richard Medlin 2009 Austin Turner 2010 Austin Turner 2011 Colon Bailey, Jr. 2012 Colon Bailey, Jr. TOTAL TACKLES Year Name 1981 Joseph Byrd 1982 1983 1984 Kenneth McRae 1985 Charles Harris 1986 Reggie Montgomery 1987 Randy Ladson 1988 Andre Bowden 1989 Terrance Smith 1990 Terrance Smith 1991 Marc Macklin 1992 Foster Wilkins

BRONCOS

4 1 1 1 1 2 3

0.3 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.3

TD

PAT

FG

Pts

-

-

-

54

5 16 5 7 -

9 4 4 1 2 21

3 28 5

18 24 30 32 44 36

6 6 3 8 17 8 4 3 6 6 6 4 7 4 11 0 0 13 12 10

2 2 1 3 1 1 32 35 10 8 10 17 8 -

18 9 34 16 23 38 38 -

36 36 18 52 106 50 24 24 38 36 36 24 42 26 66 86 62 64 40 53 78 89 62 72 60

G 9

UT 25

AT 34

Total 59

9 10 10 10 9 10 9 9 10

62 87 71 60 61 82 46 54 66

47 20 14 23 17 50 49 23 33

109 107 85 83 78 132 95 77 99

TOTAL TACKLES (cont.) Year Name G UT AT 1993 Derrick Williams 11 36 59 1994 Elvis Dudley 10 53 41 1995 Elvis Dudley 10 48 40 1996 Cedric Gordon 10 69 78 1997 Sam Washington 11 54 31 1998 Sam Washington 10 57 44 1999 Terrance Wilson 11 45 38 *2000 Clenton Cochran 10 45 38 Shawn Morgan 10 49 34 **2001 Brian Holiday 9 46 74 2002 Brian Holiday 12 95 105 2003 Charles Roberts 12 43 55 2004 Charles Roberts 12 72 70 2005 DeLauren Walker 10 53 41 2006 Geron Harper 9 45 17 2007 Terrel Allen 9 31 41 2008 Marcos Esquivel 10 35 43 2009 Marcos Esquivel 11 45 61 2010 Jeremy Cunningham 10 44 63 2011 Andre Lyles 7 35 25 2012 Michael Johnson 10 48 45 Note: *First Year NCAA kept defensive stats **Ranked 5th NCAA Division II PASS SACKS Year Name G UT AT 1984 Kenneth McRae 9 15 .5 1985 Charles Harris 10 9 .5 1986 Phillip Julious 10 5 1987 Andre Bowden 10 9 .5 1988 Andre Bowden 9 7 1989 Willie Hopkins 9 7 1990 Jacques Bitting 9 6 1991 Foster Wilkins 10 3 .5 1992 Foster Wilkins 10 11 1993 Michael Broadhurst 11 4 1984 Elvis Dudley 10 4 1995 Elvis Dudley 10 3 1996 Sam Washington 10 4 1997 Jamie Bremby 11 7 1998 Jamie Bremby 10 6 1999 Michael King 11 3 *2000 Michael King 10 3 2001 Clenton Cochran 10 9 2002 Shawn Morgan 12 15 2003 Damien Adams 11 5 Charles Tubbs 12 5 2004 Anthony Hicks 12 10 2005 Geron Harper 10 7 .5 2006 Andre Dunn 8 5.0 .5 2007 Anthony Wall 9 5 .5 2008 Terrel Allen 10 6 .5 2009 Darius Powell 11 8 .5 2010 Aaron Patterson 10 4 2011 Steven Moore 9 5 .5 2012 Bryce Williams 9 8 Note: *First year NCAA kept defensive stats.

Total 95 94 88 147 85 101 101 83 83 120 150 98 142 94 62 72 78 106 107 60 93

Total 16.5 9.5 5 9.5 7 7 6 3.5 11 4 4 3 4 7 6 3 3 9 15 5 5 10 7.5 5.5 5.5 6.5 8.5 4.0 5.5 8.0


BRONCOS

PASSING

G 35 38 31 40 40 38 34 25 21 38

Year

Name

1991-94 2000-03 1996-99 1984-85 1988-90 2010 1986-88 2007-08 2011-12 2009

Robert Harrington 40 Duane Taylor 35 Christopher Stewart 35 Jerome Morgan 14 Willie Woodard 25 Robert Benjamin 9 Clint Caldwell 19 Bryan Hardy 15 Chauncey Concepcion 14 Benjamin Williams 8

G

Att 729 708 622 623 416 504 339 208 293

Yds 3,709 2,892 2,633 2,721 2,360 2,151 2,057 1,721 1,082 1,067

TD Avg/C AvgG 29 5.1 105.9 8 4.1 76.1 9 84.9 28 4.3 68.0 21 4.5 59.0 8 5.2 56.0 22 4.1 60.5 23 5.1 68.8 10 5.2 51.5 4 3.5 28.1

PUNTING Year Name 1984-87 Aaron Lewis 2003Ross McKernan 1991-94 Sterlin McClain 2000-03 Alan Zero 2008-11 Austin Turner 1979-81 Bertie Wadford 1970-71 Kenneth Gamble TOTAL TACKLES Year Name 1996-99 Jarvis Davis 1986-89 Terrence Smith 1995-98 Sam Washington 2001-02 Brian Holliday 2000-03 Dominic Backman 2000-02 Shawn Morgan 2000-03 Damien Adams 1989-92 Foster Wilkins 1992-94 Daniel Muldrow 2002-04 Charles Roberts

G 34 36 38 32 32 27 8

No 182 217 190 169 163 123 98

G 39 35 39 21 43 32 43 28 30 24

UT 200 181 165 91 97 113 120 168 136 115

Yds 7,503 6,865 6,530 6,203 6,161 4,977 4,152

Avg 40.1 36.1 34.4 36.7 37.8 40.5 43.3

AT Total Avg 110 310 7.9 121 302 8.6 114 297 7.2 179 270 12.9 171 268 6.2 149 262 8.2 140 260 6.0 90 258 6.8 120 256 8.5 125 240 10.0

Att-Comp-Int

Pct

Yds

TD

Avg/G

763-332-46 696-339-24 713-266-54 310-133-26 310-133-26 251-127-5 233-94-24 227-116-4 215-116-12 190-103-6

.435 .487 .373 .429 .363 .506 .403 .511 .540 .542

4,994 4,125 3,443 1,875 1,643 1,558 1,522 1,491 1,307 1,277

33 41 23 20 14 19 11 18 6 8

124.9 115.0 98.3 127.5 66.7 173.1 80.1 99.4 TOTAL TACKLES FOR LOSS 93.4 (NCAA Division II began keeping defensive stats in 2000) 159.6 Year Name G UT A Total 2000-03 Damien Adams 43 51 .5 51.5 2008-11 Marcos Esquivel 30 49 49.0 2000-02 Shawn Morgan 32 40 40 2000-03 Dominic Backman 43 30 3 33 2002-04 Charles Roberts 24 31 31 2000-01 Clenton Cochran 20 29 29 2000-03 Derrick Spencer 19 23.5 5.5 29 2000-01 Derrick Ward 19 26 26 2007-08 Terrel Allen 20 20 20.0

INTERCEPTIONS Year Name 2005-08 Donte Wise 1998-01 Jermel Johnson 2003-04 Walt Williams 1992-95 Darnell Cox 1996-99 Jarvis Davis 2010-12 Joshua Scales 1987-90 Leon McClockton 1986-89 Marvin Price 1984-85 Martin Ricks 1994-97 Allen Autry

20 21 31 39 25 37 29 10 33

NO 16 16 16 16 14 12 10 10 10 9

KICK RETURNS Year Name 1991-94 Jessie Curtis 1996-98 Demeco Archangel 2007-10 Richard Medlin 1989-92 Kenneth Frazier 1992-95 Darnell Cox 1986-89 Glen McFadden 1994-97 Allen Autry 1998-99 Andre Rice 1984-86 Ronnie King 2002-04 Daryl Bright

G 37 31 40 23 31 24 33 20 25 36

NO 76 66 49 50 30 28 22 17 22 10

PUNT RETURNS Year Name 1992-95 Darnell Cox 1996-98 Demeco Archangel 2002-04 Daryl Bright 1986-90 James Byrant 1988-92 Kenneth Frazier

G 31 31 36 30 23

No 58 48 45 49 34

RECEPTIONS Year Name 1992-95 Cedric Utley 2002-04 Daryl Bright 2001-04 Elliott London 1983-86 Moses Ford 2004-08 Darryl Barnett 2006-06 Bobby Wilder 1990-93 Fred Blanks 1996-98 Demeco Archangel 2008-09 Kendon Doe 1986-87 Chris Armstrong

G 40 36 34 38 33 36 26 30 18 20

No 107 141 117 87 76 65 53 46 59 31

G

YDS 114 194 167 141 118 141 143 135 88 70

TD’s AVG 1 0.8 0.8 1 0.4 2 0.6 0.5 0.3 1 0.3 1.0 0.2

YDS TD’s AVG 1,945 3 25.6 1,401 4 21.2 1,307 3 26.7 895 17.7 630 1 21.0 501 20.9 500 15.2 343 20.1 320 12.8 185 18.5 Yds 723 630 603 359 334

TD 2 1 2 1

Avg 1.9 1.5 1.2 1.6 1.5

Yds Avg/GAvg/G TD 1,784 44.6 2.6 10 1,769 49.1 3.9 13 1,336 39.3 3.4 9 1,203 31.7 2.2 8 1,168 35.4 2.3 18 1,136 31.5 1.1 9 894 31.9 1.8 9 857 29.9 1.5 8 850 47.2 3.3 3 785 39.2 1.6 6

Yds 192 195 191 1,778 130 119 133 83 87

Avg 1.2 1.3 1.3 0.8 1.1 1.5 0.9 1.4 1.0

Yds Total 110 18 135 14 70 13 94 13 26 11 84 11 69 8.5 38 7

Avg 0.6 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.5 0.3 0.7 0.3

PASS SACKS (NCAA Division II began keeping defensive stats in 2000)

Year 2000-02 2000-03 2000-03 2000-03 2000-01 2000-04 2009 2091-02

Name Shawn Morgan Dominic Backman Derrick Spencer Damien Adams Clenton Cochran Charles Roberts Darius Powell Brian Holliday

G 32 43 32 43 20 24 12 21

UT 18 14 13 13 11 11 8 7

A .5 -

PASS DEFENDED (NCAA Division II began keeping defensive stats in 2000)

Year 2010-12 2005-08 2008-11 2000-01 2003-04 2002-03 2008-09 2009-10 2008-10 2002-03 2000-01

Name Joshua Scales Donte Wise John Hicks Phil Crumb Walt Williams Dentyl Jackson Jeff Gowdy Joshua Wilkins Andre Lyles Deron Donald Jermel Johnson

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS Year Name 1993 Clifton Davis 1997 Demeco Archangel 2010 Richard Medlin 2008 Richard Medlin 2003 Daryl Bright 1994 Clifton Davis 2009 Richard Medlin 2012 Colon Bailey, Jr. 1998 Demeco Archangel 2002 DeAngelo Bridgers

G 25 42 20 21 22 22 30 32 19 9 G 11 11 10 10 12 10 11 10 10 12

PBU 36 31 32 27 15 27 14 24 10 8 5

Rush 1,591 2 772 688 957 1,068 667 1,015 25 963

Rec 74 365 160 126 42 171 28 345 65

INT Total Avg 12 48 1.9 16 45 2 34 0.8 5 32 1.6 16 31 1.5 1 28 1.3 12 26 1.2 2 26 0.9 7 17 0.5 6 14 0.7 5 10 1.1 PR 317 10 20 327 32 145 -

KR 783 449 500 237 13 468 -

Total 1,665 1,467 1,391 1,334 1,305 1,110 1,107 1,056 1,043 1,028

Football all-time history

All-time seasonal statistical leaders

RUSHING Year Name 1991-94 Clifton Davis 1995-98 Ralph Jackson 1973-75 James Godwin 2007-10 Richard Medlin 2000-03 DeAngelo Bridgers 1983-86 Benji Knox 1989-92 Kenneth Frazer 2010Colon Bailey, Jr. 2008-09 Clavin Harris 1986-89 Glen McFadden

Avg 151.5 130.4 139.1 133.4 108.8 111.0 100.6 105.6 104.3 85.7


BRONCOS

Football all-time history

All-time seasonal statistical leaders

MOST RUSHING YARDS Game: 288, Colon Bailey, Jr. vs. Livingstone, 10/12/12 Season: 1,591, Clifton Davis, 1993 Career: 3,709, Clifton Davis, 1991-94 BEST RUSHING AVERAGE PER GAME Season: 114.6, Clifton Davis, 1993 Career: 105.9, Clifton Davis, 1991-94 BEST RUSHING AVERAGE PER ATTEMPT Game: 5.3, Clifton Davis vs. Cheyney, 9/25/93 Season: 6.4, Clifton Davis, 1993 Career: 5.2, Benji Knox, 1983-86; 5.2, Calvin Harris, 2008-09 MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS Game: 42, Clifton Davis vs. Cheyney, 9/25/93 Season: 311, Clifton Davis, 1993* Career: 729, Clifton Davis, 1991-94 *= CIAA Record in 1993. MOST TOUCHDOWNS (RUSH & PASS) Game: 5, Ben Williams at Livingstone, 11/1/08 Season: 17, Clifton Davis, 1993* Career: 29, Clifton Davis, 1991-94 *= CIAA Record in 1993 MOST POINTS – TDS (RUSH & PASS) Game: 24, James Godwin, 1974 Season: 106, Clifton Davis, 1993 Career: 186, Richard Medlin, 2007-10 MOST 200 YARD GAMES (UPDATE) Season: 4, Clifton Davis, 1993* Career: 5, Clifton Davis, 1991-199 *= Tied NCAA Division II Record in 1993. MOST 100 YARD GAMES Season: 5, Clifton Davis, 1994 Career: 13, Clifton Davis, 1991-94 LONGEST RUSHING TOUCHDOWN 84 yards, Benji Knox vs. Virginia Union, 9/8/84 MOST COMPLETIONS Game: 23, Duane Taylor vs. SCA, 11/1/03 23, Duane Taylor vs. Livingstone, 11/7/03 Season: 197, Duane Taylor, 2003 Career: 322, Robert Harrington, 1991-94 MOST PASSING YARDS Game: 412, Robert Harrington vs. NSU, 9/15/92 Season: 2,219, Duane Taylor, 2003 Career: 4,994, Robert Harrington, 1991-94 MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED Game: 55, Jerome Morgan vs. NCCU, 9/28/85 Season: 278, Te’ Mon Wallace, 2002 Career: 763, Robert Harrington, 1991-94 MOST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN Game: 5, Paul Stevens vs. Savannah St., 9/3/88 Season: 23, Christopher Stewart, 1999 Career: 54, Christopher Stewart, 1996-1999 MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES Game: 5, Ben Williams vs. Livingstone, 11/1/08 Season: 21, Duane Taylor, 2003 Career: 41, Duane Taylor, 2000-03

BEST PASS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE Game: .778, Chauncey Concepcion, at NCCU, 9/1/12 Season: .597, Te’Mon Wallace, 2002 Career: .498, Duane Taylor, 2000-03

MOST 400 YARDS PASSING GAMES Season: 1 (412), Robert Harrington vs. NSU, 9/19/92 Career: 1, Robert Harrington, 1991-94

BEST PUNTING AVERAGE Game: 52.3, Aaron Lewis vs. Guilford, 9/22/84 Season: 44.5, Kenneth Gamble, 1971 Career: 41.1, Kenneth Gamble, 1978-81* *= CIAA Record.

MOST 300 YARD PASSING GAMES Season: 1 (308), Te’Mon Wallace vs. Carson-Newman, 11/23/02 LONGEST PUNT Career: 1, Te’ Mon Wallace, 2002 84 yards, Austin Turner vs. UNC Pembroke, 8/29/09 MOST 200 YARD PASSING GAMES MOST FIELD GOALS Season: 4, Te’ Mon Wallace, 2002 Game: 4, Eric Lamourex vs. Wingate, 8/25/07 Career: 5, Benjamin Williams, 2007-09 Season: 18, Ross McKernan, 2003 Career: 27, Austin Turner, 2009-11 MOST 100 YARD PASSING GAMES Season: 7, Duane Taylor, 2003 LONGEST FIELD GOAL MADE Career: 13, Robert Harrington, 1991-94 50 yards, Eric Lamourex vs. Wingate, 8/25/07 MOST RECEPTIONS MOST POINTS – PAT’S Game: 10, Daryl Bright vs. Livingstone, 11/7/03 Game: 9, Bryant Conner at Lincoln (PA), 9/13/08 Season: 70, Daryl Bright, 2003 Season: 41, Bryant Conner, 2008 Career: 112, Daryl Bright, 2002-03 Career: 103, Austin Turner, 2009-11 MOST RECEPTION YARDS MOST POINTS – KICK Game: 239, Cedric Utley vs. Livingstone, 11/7/92 Game: 14, Eric Lamourex vs. Wingate, 8/25/07 Season: 957, Daryl Bright, 2003 14, Austin Turner vs. JCSU, 10/30/10 Career: 1,801, Cedric Utley, 1992-95 Season: 89 (38 PAT, 17 FG), Austin Turner, 2009 Career: 184, (103 PAT, 27 FG), Austin Turner, 09-11 BEST RECEPTION AVERAGE PER GAME Game: 14.0 (9-126), Daryl Bright vs. Shaw, 9/27/03 MOST INTERCEPTIONS Season: 78.8, Daryl Bright, 2003 Game: 3, Walt Williams vs. Eliz. City State, 9/13/03 Career: 62.0, Daryl Bright, 2002-03 3, Martin Ricks vs. UDC, 11/8/86 3, Jarvis Davis vs. Eliz. City State, 9/6/97 BEST AVERAGE PER RECEPTION 3, Douglas Dolberry vs. Livingstone, 11/3/90 Game: 42.7, Bobby Wilder vs. Livingstone, 9/29/07 3, Jeff Gowdy vs. Shaw, 10/20/07 Season: 20.3, Fred Blanks 3, Adrian Horton, at St. Aug., 10/25/08 Career: 16.8, Cedric Utley, 1992-95 Season: 9, Walt Williams, 2003 9, Jermel Johnson, 1998 MOST OFFENSIVE YARDS (RUSH & PASS) Career: 16, Darnell Cox, 1992-95 Game: 426 (Rush 14; Pass 412), 16, Jermel Johnson, 1998-01 Robert Harrington, vs. NSU, 9/19/92 Season: 1,974 (Pass 1,558; Rush 416), LONGEST INT. RETURNED FOR TD Robert Benjamin, 2010 75 yards, Shawn Harrison vs. Eliz. City State, 9/6/97 Career: 5145 (Pass 4,994; Rush 151), Robert Harrington, 1991-94 LONGEST BLOCK KICK RETURNED FOR TD Punt: 98 yards, James Dawson vs. LC, 11/9/91 MOST KICK RETURNS FG: 85 yards, Darnell Cox vs. VSU, 10/1/94 Game: 13, Demeco Archangel vs. VSU, 10/11/97 13, Demeco Archangel vs. VUU, 11/1/97 MOST TACKLES (ASSISTED & UNASSISTED) Season: 35, Demeco Archangel, 1997 Game: 20, Sam Washington vs. Benedict, 8/30/97 Career: 76, Jessie Curtis, 1991-94 20, Cedric Gordon vs. NCCU, 10/23/96 20, Cedric Gordon vs. JCSU, 10/5/93 MOST KICK RETURN YARDS Season: 150, Brian Holliday, 2002 Game: 188, Michael Johnson at NCCU, 9/1/12 Career: 302, Terrance Smith, 1986-89 Season: 783, Demeco Archangel, 1997 Career: 1,945, Jessie Curtis, 1991-1994 MOST ASSISTED TACKLES Game: 16, Harlan Crenshaw vs. Miles, 9/24/94 BEST KICK RETURN AVERAGE Season: 69, Reggie Montgomery, 1986 Game: 87.0, Richard Medlin vs. Chowan, 10/4/08 Career: 200, Jarvis Davis, 1996-99 Season: 41.7, Richard Medlin, 2008 Career: 34.7, Jessie Curtis, MOST UNASSISTED TACKLES Game: 14, Derrick Williams vs. JCSU, 10/23/93 LONGEST KICK RETURN FOR A TD 14, Foster Wilkins vs. LC, 11/7/92 100 yards, Kamal Watkins vs. N.C. Central, 10/6/01 Season: 105, Brian Holliday, 2002 Career: 122, Elvis Dudley 1992-96 MOST PUNT RETURNS Game: 5, Darnell Cox vs. WSSU, 10/2/93 MOST SACKS 5, Chris Hubert at St. Augustine’s, 10/20/12 Game: 5, Andre Bowden vs. NCCU, 9/26/87 Season: 30, Darnell Cox, 1993 Season: 16.5, Kenneth McRae, 1984 Career: 71, Darnell Cox, 1992-95 Career: 40, Shawn Morgan, 2000-02 MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS MOST TACKLES FOR LOSS Game: 98, Darnell Cox vs. Cheyney (PA), 9/25/93 Season: 27, Shawn Morgan, 2002 Season: 417, Darnell Cox, 1993 Career: 49, Marcos Esquivel, 2008-11 Career: 716, Darnell Cox, 1992-95

BEST PUNT RETURN AVERAGE LONGEST PASS FOR A TOUCHDOWN Game: 26.7, Michael Staton vs. JCSU, 10/30/10 86 yards, Duane Taylor to Daryl Bright vs. Albany State, Season: 16.3, Robert Allen, 2008 12/20/03 Career: 16.3, Robert Allen, 2008

MOST PASSES DEFENDED Season: 20 (17 Bkup; 3 Int), Phil Crumb, 2000 20 (16 Bkup; 4 Int), Joshua Scales, 2012 Career: 36 (24 Bkup; 12 Int), Joshua Scales, 10-12

MOST CONSECUTIVE PASS PLAYS Game: 23, Duane Taylor vs. St. Augustine’s, 11/03

LONGEST PUNT RETURN FOR A TD 100 yards, Randy Ladson vs. SPC, 8/19/87

MOST CONSECUTIVE PASSES W/O AN INT. Game: 26, Duane Taylor vs. St. Aug., 11/1/03 Season: 85, Duane Taylor, 2003

MOST PUNTS Game: 10, Linwood Fulton vs. WSSU, 10/18/86 10, Eric Allsbrook vs. N.C. Central, 9/24/88 Season: 75, Ross McKernan, 2003 Career: 238, Bertie Wadford, 1978-81

MOST FUMBLES RECOVERED Game: Several players with three Season: 5, Dominic Backman, 2003 Career: 7, Otis Ransaw, 1981-84

MOST PUNTING YARDS Game: 416, Eric Allsbrook vs. N.C. Central, 9/24/88 Season: 2,841, Bertie Wadford, 1979 Career: 7,503, Aaron Lewis, 1984-87


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