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TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents................................. 1 Media Information............................... 2 Houck Stadium.................................... 3 Redhawks in the NFL.......................... 4 Season Preview Section Offensive Outlook............................ 6-7 Defensive Outlook........................... 8-9 Numerical Roster..........................10-11 Alphabetical Roster............................ 12 Coaches Section Head Coach Tony Samuel.............14-15 Assistant Coaches..........................16-20 Player Profiles Section Returnees.......................................22-46 Newcomers....................................47-48 2008 Review Section Final Statistics...............................50-51 Game Summaries..........................52-54 Opponents Section 2009 Opponents............................56-59 All-Time Series Results.................60-61 Samuel vs. All Opponents.................. 62 Records and History Section Honors & Awards.........................64-68 Miscellaneous Records....................... 69 Rushing Records...........................70-71 Passing Records.............................72-73 Receiving Records.............................. 74 Total Offense/All-Purpose Records... 75 Scoring/Special Teams Records.....76-78 Defensive Records.........................79-80 Coaching History/Team Records....... 81 Annual Leaders.............................82-83 Year-by-Year Team Records................ 84 Year-by-Year Opponent Team Records...85 Year-by-Year Results......................86-90

2009 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE CREDITS Editor: Jeff Honza Photography: Mike Williamson, Stan Crader, Patrick Clark, Mike Grace, Pat Young, New England Patriots, Baltimore Ravens, Tennessee Titans, Southeast Missourian, Dennis Hubbard, Keith Hente Cover Design, Printing: Veda Barnett, Moll Printing of Sikeston, Mo. Additional Editorial and Research Assistance by: Tyler Koonce, Patrick Clark, Molly Davis, Haley Bohnert, Tanya Cwick, Bryce Weymouth, Jajuan Maxwell and LaDora Armstrong

University Section Success Center/Community Service.... 92 Strength and Conditioning................ 92 President Dobbins/Board of Regents... 93 Director of Athletics John Shafer....... 94 Athletic Support Staff........................ 95 Yellow Book Ad.................................. 96

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MEDIA INFORMATION Southeast Missouri State Sports Information Phone: (573) 651-2294 Fax: (573) 651-2810 Press Box: (573) 651-2191 Website: www.gosoutheast.com

Jeff Honza

Tyler Koonce

Patrick Clark

Brett Maikowski

2009-10 Sport Assignments Jeff Honza, Director Football, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Tennis Office: (573) 651-2933 Cell: (618) 528-1145 E-Mail: jhonza@semo.edu

Credentials Credentials are required for entrance to the press box or access to the field (for photographers). To request season or single-game credentials, please contact Southeast Missouri State Sports Information by phone at (573) 651-2294 or e-mail at jhonza@semo.edu. Credentials can be picked up at the ticket booth on the south side of Houck Stadium. Photographers Please observe NCAA regulations and shoot from the designated areas. Photographers are not permitted to stand between the 25-yard lines and must display their credentials at all times. Gameday Parking There is no media parking at Houck Stadium. Radio and television affiliates should contact the Southeast Missouri State University Sports Information office for unloading information.

Postgame Procedure The Southeast Missouri State University Sports Information Patrick Clark, Assistant Director staff will make requested student Volleyball, Women’s athletes available to the media Basketball, Softball Office: (573) 651-2937 at the conclusion of each game. Cell: (618) 593-7281 Coach Samuel’s first postgame re E-Mail: paclark@semo.edu sponsibility after meeting with the team is his live radio show. Samuel Brett Maikowski, Sports Information Asst. will be available outside the radio Women’s Soccer, booth immediately following his Baseball postgame show. For interviews Office: (573) 651-2294 Cell: (214) 402-5725 with opposing coaches or players, E-Mail: bmmaikowski1s@semo.edu please make 2009 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATEarrangements FOOTBALLwith the visiting sports information diTyler Koonce, Sports Information Asst. rector before the end of the game. Secondary Football Contact

Office: (573) 651-2294 Cell: (816) 305-9144 E-Mail: trkoonce1s@semo.edu

Haley Bohnert, Sports Information Asst. Cross Country, Track & Field Office: (573) 651-2294 Cell: (573) 450-1605 E-Mail: hdbohnert1s@semo.edu Tanya Cwick, Sports Information Asst. Gymnastics Office: (573) 651-2294 Cell: (573) 270-9629 E-Mail: cwicktm@gmail.com

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Football E-Mail List If you would like to be added to the Redhawks football e-mail list to receive breaking news about the team, please e-mail Jeff Honza. The official website, www. gosoutheast.com, is the best source for up-to-date information about the team.

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Interviews During the Week Student-athletes and coaches are available after practice on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Please let the sports information office know if you plan to attend practice. Houck Stadium Press Box Press facilities are located in the Houck Stadium Press Box located on the top of the south side of the stadium. The press box is a twolevel facility, so please use caution when walking up the stairs. Redhawks Radio Network Erik Sean returns for his 10th year as the “Voice of the Redhawks.” Sean is the Director of Sports Operations for Mississippi River Radio’s eight radio stations in Cape Girardeau. He is a 10-time winner of the Missouri Broadcasters Association’s Play-by-Play Award and threetime winner of the MBA’s Sports Award. Sean will be assisted again this season by former Southeast quarterback Rick Wieser (color analyst) and KZIM/KGIR sports anchor and reporter Todd Bonacki (sideline) at all home games. Radio Network Affiliates K-103 FM Cape Girardeau, Mo. KSLG 1380 AM St. Louis, Mo. KSIM 1440 AM Sikeston, Mo. KWOC 903 AM Poplar Bluff, Mo. KMAL 1470 AM Malden, Mo.

Phone Lines One phone line will be provided to the visiting team’s official station courtesy of the Redhawks Radio Network. If additional phone lines are needed, they must be secured by calling (573) 6512575 at least one week in advance. OVC Teleconference All Ohio Valley Conference head coaches will participate in a weekly teleconference, which will take place on Tuesday mornings, beginning at 10 a.m., CT, Sept. 1. Southeast head coach Tony Samuel will be on the call at 10:21 a.m., CT, each week. Please contact Kyle Schwartz, (615) 3711698, at the conference office for further information.

Media Outlets Southeast Missourian Marty Mishow (Beat) (573) 335-6611 Capaha Arrow (573) 651-2540 Associated Press Jim Salter (314) 241-2496 Cash-Book Journal David Bloom (573) 243-3515 Daily American Republic Brian Rosener (573) 785-1414 Republic Monitor Kate Martin (573) 547-4567 St. Louis Post-Dispatch Vahe Gregorian (314) 340-8170 Standard Democrat David Jennings (573) 471-1137 Suburban Journal Dave Bundy (314) 821-1110 Mississippi River Radio Erik Sean (573) 335-8291 KAPE Radio Vince Brown (573) 339-7000 KFVS TV-12 (CBS) Todd Richards, Chad Fryman (573) 335-4254 WPSD TV-6 (NBC) Jeff Bidwell, Greg Miller (270) 415-1993 WSIL TV-3 (ABC) Darren Kinnard, Rickey Thein (618) 985-2333

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ouck Stadium will serve as the home of Southeast Missouri State University football for the 79th- consecutive year. Fans continue to flock to Houck Stadium to experience the exciting atmosphere on Redhawks football gamedays. Houck Stadium was built in 1930 at a cost of $150,000 and remains a beautiful and picturesque stadium today. The dedication game pitted Southeast and Southern Illinois University from nearby Carbondale, Ill., on Oct. 3, 1930. That game attracted a crowd of over 6,000, with SIU claiming a 12-6 victory. The referee for the inaugural game was James T. Blair, who served as the governor of Missouri from 1957-61. Houck Stadium was constructed on the site of an old rock quarry and was purchased in 1925 for $11,000 at the recommendation of then-college President Joseph A. Serena. Ten thousand bags of Portland Cement, 23,000 feet of Oregon Fir seat lumber and 150,000 feet of Yellow Pine Form lumber were used in the construction, according to an ad in the Houck Stadium dedication program. The original stadium included 5,240 seats on the south side of the field. The field and stadium were named in honor of Louis Houck, who served 39 years as a Regent for the University and President of the Board for all but three of those years. Seating on the north side of the stadium was added prior to the 1963 season. The press

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HOUCK STADIUM box was later constructed on the south side in 1979. Approximately 400 chairback seats were added to a center section on the south side of the stadium in 1992. In 2000, a Field Turf playing surface was added and the exterior of the facility was resurfaced. Improvements were also made to the press box. More upgrades took place in the the fall of 2005. Those included a paved parking area adjacent to the east end zone and new parking and landscaping areas surrounding the outside of the stadium. Most recently, a state-ofthe-art dormitory was added to the west end of Houck Stadium. The ground floor of that building will house a locker room and athletic training room for the football program. Six of the largest singlegame crowds at Houck Stadium have come in the last nine years. In 2003, Southeast achieved a Houck Stadium record when 11,100 fans -- and a Fox Sports Midwest and Fox Sports South regional television audience -witnessed the game against Southern Illinois University. The Redhawks also drew over 10,000 fans for the Western Kentucky (10,222) and Murray State (10,028) games in 2000, the Murray State (10,100) game in 2001 and Southern Illinois (10,100) matchup in 2005. Southeast reached a new single-season attendance record when it averaged 8,056 fans per game in 2000.

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REDHAWKS IN THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Curtis Hammond (DB) San Francisco 49ers

Steve Rogers (QB) Atlanta Falcons

Fred Benien (DL) St. Louis Cardinals

Ed Hotz (K) Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Angel Rubio (DL) Pittsburgh Steelers

Greg Brune (QB) Chicago Bears

Kevin Hunt (DB) Atlanta Falcons

Glennon Schott (LB) Denver Broncos

Lance Brune (QB) St. Louis Cardinals

Kyle Hunt (TE) Philadelphia Eagles

Ed Slaughter (WR) Pittsburgh Steelers

Dan Connolly (OL)* Jacksonville Jaguars New England Patriots

Ken Iman (OL) Los Angeles Rams

Charlie Taylor (WR) Chicago Bears

David Jackson (WR) Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Marquis Walker (LB) Indianapolis Colts

Steve Johnson (OL) St. Louis Cardinals

Charlie Williams (WR) Seattle Seahawks

Edgar Jones (OLB)* Baltimore Ravens

Kyle Williams (DB) Indianapolis Colts

David Means (DL) Buffalo Bills

John Wittenborn (OL) San Francisco 49ers

Art Miller (WR) Denver Broncos

Jason Witczak (K) Tennessee Titans

Eddie Moss (RB) St. Louis Cardinals

Mike Wood (K) St. Louis Cardinals

Dan Peiffer (OL) Chicago Bears

Joe Young (QB) St. Louis Cardinals

Willie Ponder (WR) New York Giants

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Shawn Corbett (OL) San Diego Chargers Frank Czaphla (DB) Cleveland Browns Kent Davis (DB) Cleveland Browns Kenneth Dement (DT) New York Giants John Diepenbrock (WR) St. Louis Cardinals Norman Dockins (RB) Dallas Cowboys Todd Fields (P) St. Louis Cardinals Carl Gross (TE) Kansas City Chiefs

The Redhawks currently have three players active in the National Football League. G/C Eugene Amano is with the Tennessee Titans, G/C Dan Connolly is with the Jon Gruden Marty Mornhinweg New England Patriots and TE Edgar Jones is with the Baltimore Ravens. Former Southeast assistant coach Jon Gruden rose to the top of professional football in 2003 when he guided the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a Super Bowl title. Gruden was also head coach of the Oakland Raiders and is now a color commentator for Monday Night Football. Gruden coached at Southeast in 1988. Marty Mornhinweg, another Southeast assistant, is currently the offensive coordinator for the Philadelphia Eagles. Southeast Players in the NFL Draft Year 1955 1958 1958 1972 1973 1974 1978 1980 1989 1990 1998 2003 2004

Player Ken Dement John Harbour John Wittenborn Eddie Moss Dan Peiffer Dave Means Mike Wood Kent Davis Rick Aeilts Tony Walker Angel Rubio Willie Ponder Eugene Amano

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Team New York Giants Chicago Cardinals San Francisco 49ers Buffalo Bills St. Louis Cardinals Buffalo Bills Minnesota Vikings Buffalo Bills Cleveland Browns Indianapolis Colts Pittsburgh Steelers New York Giants Tennessee Titans

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P/K Doug Spada was named to the 2009 Sports Network and Consensus Draft Services Preseason All-American Teams. Spada was also a Preseason All-Ohio Valley Conference selection for the Redhawks this year.


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he Southeast Missouri State University football team is poised to begin its fourth season under head coach Tony Samuel. The Redhawks return 17 seniors and 16 starters to this year’s team. Southeast finished the 2008 season at 4-8 and tied for seventh in the Ohio Valley Conference. In the overall scheme of things, you could say the Redhawks were three games away from a winning record. Simply because Southeast lost each of those contests by a touchdown or less. After a successful offseason, Southeast enters its 2009 campaign with some questions to answer, but feels it has the tools to have a strong year. “We finished the 2008 season with a little momentum and built on that in spring ball,” said Samuel. “Now we’re ready to get going. We have a lot of leaders that have the ability to set examples for others on this team. We know what we have to do and need to get out there and do it.” Offensively, Samuel will need to replace quarterback

Houston Lillard, who served as the team’s starter the last two seasons. Lillard left Southeast ranked among the top-10 career leaders in several categories after completing 266-of-465 passes for 3,417 yards and 22 touchdowns since the start of the 2006 campaign. Matt Scheible and Dustin Powell are the lead candidates for the quarterback position. Listed first on the depth chart, Scheible has a slight edge entering this year’s training camp. The Redhawks will have another big gap to fill following the departure of running back Timmy Holloman. Holloman was the team’s feature back for the last three seasons, making the Ohio Valley Conference All-Newcomer Team in 2005 and leading the OVC in rushing before being ruled ineligible midway through the 2007 season. Holloman ranks among Southeast’s top-five career rushing leaders in yards (3rd, 2,424), attempts (3rd, 507) and touchdowns (3rd, 26). Henry Harris is the frontrunner for that spot. Receiving should once again be a major strength for the Redhawks. Preseason all-OVC pick Walter

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Peoples is the top receiver on the team after hauling in 65 receptions for a league-high 903 yards in 12 starts a year ago. The offensive line also appears to be in good shape. Guards Sean Middleton and Jaunell Pugh, along with center Bryan Curry, return to the interior part of the line. Dominic Maldonado and Matt James are listed at the top of the depth chart at left and right tackle, respectively. And, Bradley Brown is back at tight end. Fullback Nick Grassi is the last of the returning starters on the offensive side of the ball. Defensively, the Redhawks have six starters back, including three in the secondary. Free safety Bryan Blanfort and cornerbacks Eddie Calvin and Salim Powell are the Redhawks top cover men. Southeast had a total of 13 interceptions in 2008, with nine coming against league opponents. Calvin (4) and Blanfort (3) accounted for seven of those picks. At linebacker, the Redhawks lost their leading tackler in Nick Stauffer. Stauffer set a single-season school record with 150 tackles en route to first-team all-OVC honors last year. Philip Klaproth will be among those taking charge of the linebackers in 2009. The defensive line returns two starters, including nose tackle Errick Aliifua and defensive end Damian Smith. Defensive end Quentin Brown will also be in the mix. Here is a positional breakdown for the Redhawks this year:

QUARTERBACK

QB Matt Scheible

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Sophomore Matt Scheible and senior Dustin Powell will hook up in this year’s quarterback race. Scheible, who saw action in 10 games and made two starts under center, showed excellent poise as a true freshman last season. He is

an exciting dual-threat quarterback, who threw for 540 yards and five touchdowns and rushed for 254 yards and two TDs. His first career rushing touchdown was a dramatic, 5-yard game-winner in an overtime victory against Tennessee State. Powell played mainly on special teams last year, but had a good showing at the team’s annual spring game, where he completed 9-of-11 passes for 143 yards.

RUNNING BACK

Junior Henry Harris looks to take over as Southeast’s feature back this season. A transfer from the University of Memphis, Harris was the Redhawks second-leading rusher with 318 yards and four touchdowns on 76 carries a year ago. Harris scored in each of his first three games and ran for over 100 yards one time. Sophomore Jacob McKinley will challenge. McKinley, who has excellent speed, ran the ball 21 times for 83 yards and one touchdown. He, too, could get plenty of touches on offense this year.

RECEIVERS

The strength of Southeast’s offense over the last two years has been its wide receivers. This season should be no different, as the Redhawks return five of their top seven targets from a year ago. Preseason all-OVC senior Walter Peoples is the team’s top pass-catcher, who is coming off a breakout year in 2008. Peoples, who has caught a pass in 14straight games, had 65 catches for 905 yards and six touchdowns en route to second-team all-conference honors. Junior Miles Edwards, sophomore Chantae Ahamefule and senior Brad Stewart are other prominent wideouts. Edwards ranked second on the team with 31 catches for 432 yards and three touchdowns last season.

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OFFENSIVE SEASON OUTLOOK OFFENSE Left Tackle 71 Dominic Maldonado (6-4, 315, R-Fr.) 70 Brandon Harris (6-4, 305, Jr.) Left Guard 77 Frank Knights (6-1, 300, Jr.) 63 Sean Middleton (6-3, 305, Jr.) Center 57 Matt Shannon (6-2, 280, So.) 59 Bryan Curry (6-3, 320, Jr.) Right Guard 78 Jaunell Pugh (6-3, 270, Sr.) 68 Armin Blagajcevic (6-3, 290, So.) Right Tackle 61 Matt James (6-5, 300, Sr.) 70 Brandon Harris (6-4, 305, Jr.) Tight End 85 Bradley Brown (6-2, 245, Jr.) 88 Ashton Farmer (6-7, 250, Sr.) Quarterback 18 Matt Scheible (6-1, 200, So.) 11 Dustin Powell (6-2, 215, Sr.) Running Back 2 Henry Harris (5-8, 185, Jr.) 10 Jacob McKinley (5-8, 170, So.) Fullback 20 Nick Grassi (5-10, 240, Sr.) or 27 Mike Jones (6-0, 240, Jr.) 25 Nathan Grass (6-1, 235, Jr.) Wide Receiver 83 Chantae Ahamefule (6-6, 215, So.) 87 Miles Edwards (6-3, 195, Jr.) Wide Receiver 15 Walter Peoples (6-2, 210, Sr.) 82 Cedric Cox (6-0, 195, R-Fr.) or 16 Brad Stewart (6-0, 190, Sr.)

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Ahamefule, who will challenge Edwards for a starting spot, came on strong during the second half of 2008. He finished with 251 of his 326 receiving yards and both of his TDs in his final five games of the season alone. Meanwhile, Stewart hauled in 21 catches for 256 yards and a touchdown prior to suffering a season-ending knee injury. Two receivers that redshirted in 2008 may also see viable playing time in multiple-receiver sets. Freshman Cedric Cox had a nice spring and showed glimpses of his game-breaking speed when he caught two passes for 63 yards in the spring game. Sophomore Aaron King transferred to Southeast from Lindenwood University and became a lot stronger and quicker after sitting out the 2008 season.

TIGHT END

Junior Bradley Brown was Southeast’s starting tight end last season and looks to resume that role again this year. The sure-handed Brown caught nine passes for 116 yards and one touchdown. Senior Ashton Farmer, who stands at 6-7, 250, is another big target. Farmer saw action in eight games last season. He played basketball for three years at Arkansas State before joining the Redhawks in 2008. Jason Brown adds depth and experience as a fifth-year senior. Brown split time between tight end and the offensive line a year ago.

OFFENSIVE GUARD

The Redhawks offensive line had some injury issues last season, and as a result, saw five different linemen start at least four games. That being said, senior right guard Jaunell Pugh was the only lineman on the roster to start all 12 games. Pugh enters his final season at Southeast after making starts in 17-consecutive games. Sophomore Armin Blagajcevic

is listed behind Pugh. Blagajcevic played in just two games as a freshman. Juniors Frank Knights and Sean Middleton will go head-tohead for the starting job at left guard. Knights is coming off an impressive spring, while Middleton started in five games a year ago.

OFFENSIVE TACKLE

Fifth-year senior Matt James is expected to start at right tackle. James saw limited action due to injuries, starting in just four games last season. University of Arkansas transfer Dominic Maldonado took over as the starting left tackle this past spring. Madonado was one of the top offensive line prospects in Missouri following a stellar prep career at Eureka High School. Junior Brandon Harris, who can play either of the tackle positions, is listed as the backup at both sides. Harris transferred from Glendale Community College, where he was an all-conference performer.

CENTER

Sophomore Matt Shannon, who started in only two games last season, will handle the starting du-

ties after moving to center in the spring. Junior Bryan Curry is also back from last season. He made eight starts a year ago.

FULLBACK

The fullback position is sparked by the return of senior Nick Grassi and juniors Mike Jones and Nathan Grass. Grassi started 10 games last season, proving to be a sure-handed target out of the backfield. Grassi averaged six yards per catch over each of his last three seasons. Jones and Grass also bring a lot of experience to the table. At 6-0, 240, Jones is the Redhawks biggest back. He was the starting running back for the first four games last season before making his transition to fullback. His size and versatility should give Samuel plenty of options. Grass has excelled on special teams the last two years. He is a great blocker, who continues to get more playing time on offense.

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The interior of the defensive line lost two starters, but DEFENSIVE TACKLE returns some quality players who have seen plenty of action Junior Maurice Lyles and sophomore Steve Hendry will battle in the trenches. for the other tackle spot. Junior Errick Aliifua, who Lyles played in all 12 games switched back to defense after and made one start last season. He starting nine games at ofrecorded 20 tackles, including two fensive2009 tackleSOUTHEAST last season, is the MISSOURI for loss.STATE FOOTBALL top candidate for the starting Hendry, who did not see action job at nose tackle. in 2008, is currently listed as Lyles’ At 6-3, 330, Aliifua is the backup. biggest defensive lineman on Junior Josh Gipson may see the team. He excelled in short time at defensive tackle, as well. yardage situations, registering Gipson played the last two sea16 tackles (2.5 for loss) before sons at Mendocino Community moving to offensive tackle a College and was the Defensive year ago. Lineman of the Year in 2008. Junior J.J. Sanchez will also look to get playing time at DEFENSIVE END nose tackle. Sanchez comes to Southeast Senior Quentin Brown and redshirt-freshman Antonio from Glendale Community Garritano give the Redhawks some College, where he was a quality size at left defensive end.

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Brown, a 6-6, 260, transfer from North Carolina State, holds the advantage for starting duties. He played in 10 games last season and accumulated 7.5 tackles for loss and three sacks in his first two years at Southeast. Garritano, a former tight end, stands at 6-6, 240. He was one of the most improved players on the team throughout the course of the spring. Junior Damian Smith is the lone returning starter on the defensive line. Smith will look to assume his starting role at right defensive end. Smith registered 31 tackles, including six for loss, in seven starts last season. Sophomore Courtney Brame is another viable option at right end. Brame primarily saw action on special teams a year ago. Newcomers Rowdy McCauley and Justin Love could also provide depth to the position.

LINEBACKERS

For the second-straight season, the Redhawks will have to replace their middle linebacker and leading tackler. Nick Stauffer, who earned first-team all-OVC honors and set a Southeast single-season record with 150 tackles in 2008, leaves a big hole to fill. Junior Patrick Maloney will step into that middle linebacker spot. Maloney redshirted last season after suffering an injury in preseason camp, but recovered in time for spring drills. He finished the 2007 season with 16 tackles in six starts. Maloney will be up against junior Tyler Epstein, who sat out last season after transferring from Northern Iowa. Epstein played every game for UNI on special teams, helping lead the Panthers to a 12-1 record in 2007. Sophomore Philip Klaproth and senior Josh Woods emerged

as playmakers at the outside linebacker spots. Klaproth cracked the starting lineup in the second game of the season against nationally-ranked Missouri. He led all OVC freshmen and ranked third on the team with 76 tackles. Klaproth was later named to the OVC All-Newcomer Team for his efforts. Woods initially started the 2008 season as a cornerback, but moved to outside linebacker. He had 10 tackles in his first start at linebacker against Tennessee State and went on to finish the year with a total of 48 tackles. Junior Joshua Jackson and senior Marvin Anderson have also seen valuable playing time throughout their Southeast careers. Jackson played in all 12 games and tallied 22 tackles last season. Meanwhile, Anderson started four games before suffering a season-ending injury at Eastern Illinois. Anderson forced two fumbles and had 35 tackles prior to getting hurt.

SAFETIES

Juniors Bryan Blanfort, Aris Bowen and Taylor West are the top safeties this year. Blanfort will likely start at free safety, while Bowen will occupy the rover position. Blanfort started the final eight games of the 2008 season and ranked sixth on the team with 54 tackles. He was also second on the team with three interceptions and posted five tackles for loss. Bowen, a valid contributor on special teams, added nine tackles for the Redhawks last season. West was a first-team all-conference selection at Cabrillo Community College, where he finished with 109 tackles a year ago.

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General Information Founded.................................... 1873 Enrollment.............................. 10,814 Nickname.......................... Redhawks Colors.........................Red and Black Stadium...... Houck Stadium (10,000) Surface............................... Field Turf Affiliation........ NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference...................... Ohio Valley President.......Dr. Kenneth W. Dobbins Athletics Director............John Shafer Ticket Office Phone.......573-651-2113 Website.......... www.gosoutheast.com

Left Defensive End 92 Quentin Brown (6-6, 260, Sr.) 86 Antonio Garritano (6-6, 240, R-Fr.) Nose Tackle 91 Errick Aliifua (6-3, 330, Jr.) 64 J.J. Sanchez (6-1, 277, Jr.) Defensive Tackle 72 Maurice Lyles (6-1, 300, Jr.) 51 Steve Hendry (6-3, 225, So.) Right Defensive End 94 Damian Smith (6-0, 250, Jr.) 96 Courtney Brame (6-0, 220, So.) Linebacker (Mike) 49 Patrick Maloney (6-0, 220, Jr.) 47 Tyler Epstein (6-2, 238, Jr.) Linebacker (Will) 48 Philip Klaproth (6-1, 215, So.) 38 Joshua Jackson (6-1, 220, Jr.) Linebacker (Stud) 4 Josh Woods (5-10, 200, Sr.) 24 Marvin Anderson (6-1, 220, Sr.) Safety (Rover) 13 Aris Bowen (6-0, 185, Jr.) 7 Taylor West (6-2, 195, Jr.) Free Safety 9 Bryan Blanfort (6-1, 190, Jr.) 13 Aris Bowen (6-0, 185, Jr.) Left Cornerback 31 Eddie Calvin (6-1, 180, Sr.) 21 Aaron Grimes (5-9, 175, Jr.) Right Cornerback 29 Salim Powell (5-9, 180, Sr.) 1 Abraham Woodard (5-10, 180, Jr.) Kicker 46 Doug Spada (6-1, 190, Sr.) Punter 46 Doug Spada (6-1, 190, Sr.)

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CB Eddie Calvin CORNERBACKS

The Redhawks return both of their starting cornerbacks in seniors Eddie Calvin and Salim Powell. Calvin, a preseason All-American by Consensus Draft Services, led the team with four interceptions and 12 passes defended last season. He was Southeast’s fourthleading tackler with 69 tackles in 11 starts. Calvin, who set a school record with three picks in the first half against Southwest Baptist, is projected to start at left cornerback. Powell made eight starts at right corner a year ago. He finished with 24 tackles and one forced fumble in 12 games and eight starts. He should again be the starter at that position. Senior William Castro, Bowen and juniors Aaron Grimes and Abraham Woodard increase the depth at cornerback. Castro played in 10 games and posted 12 tackles last season. Grimes intercepted four passes and recovered two fumbles at West Los Angeles Community College a year ago, while Woodard had 58 tackles as an all-conference pick at Northeast Oklahoma A&M.

SPECIALISTS

Southeast special teams will be highlighted by the return of preseason All-American senior Doug Spada. Spada, who handles the punting and kicking duties, finished third in the nation with a 44.7 yards per punt average last season. He kicked 15 punts over 50 yards and dropped 12 inside the 20-yard line. Spada also converted 15-of24 field goals and 29-of-30 PATs. Sophomore Jacob McKinley will be the Redhawks top return man. McKinley broke Southeast’s alltime single-season record in kick return yardage when he returned 35 kickoffs for 785 yards a year ago. He averaged 22.4 yards per return and nearly returned one kickoff for a touchdown when he broke free for 85 yards. Freshman Brandon Gabbard will handle the long snapping this year. Gabbard snapped to current UCLA punter Jeff Locke as a prep at Mountain Ridge High School.

Football History First Year of Football.................. 1904 First Year of Division I FCS........ 1991 All-Time Record...............416-463-36 All-Time OVC Record............... 48-88 OVC Championships....................... 0 NCAA FCS Playoff Appearances........ 0 Coaching Staff Head Coach.................. Tony Samuel Alma Mater...............Nebraska, 1981 Record at School.................11-23 (3) Career Record...................45-80 (11) Assistant Coaches Vincent White (Nebraska, 1981) Asst. Head Coach/Off. Coord. Tim McGuire (Nebraska, 1975) Def. Coord./Safeties Chris Norris (Neb.-Omaha, 1999) Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Brian Boerboom (Nebraska, 1992) Offensive Line Lorenzo Brinkley (Nebraska, 1993) Wide Receivers Troy Dumas (Nebraska, 1995) Linebackers Kenny Wilhite (Nebraska, 1992) Cornerbacks Justin Kramer (So. Illinois, 2005) TEs/Offensive Tackles/Recruiting Adam Schwent (SE Missouri, 2008) Defense/Special Teams Assistant Nick Stauffer (SE Missouri, 2008) Director of Football Operations Doug Brady (Menlo, 2006) Graduate Assistant/Quarterbacks Strength Coach..................... Jeff Lee Equipment Manager....Robbie Rasco Athletic Trainer............. Alfred Castillo Team Information 2008 Record................................. 4-8 Conference Record/Finish..... 2-6/t7th Base Offense/Defense....Multiple/4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost......... 38/21 Starters/Returning/Lost............... 16/8

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Pos. 1 Abraham Woodard CB 2 Henry Harris RB 4 Josh Woods LB 7 Taylor West S 9 Bryan Blanfort FS 10 Jacob McKinley RB 11 Dustin Powell QB 12 William Castro CB 13 Aris Bowen S 15 Walter Peoples WR 16 Brad Stewart WR 17 Nick Vechiarella QB 18 Matt Scheible QB 19 Kris Cottner CB 20 Nick Grassi FB 21 Aaron Grimes CB 23 Trey Porter RB 24 Marvin Anderson LB 25 Nathan Grass FB 27 Mike Jones FB 29 Salim Powell CB 30 Larry Edwards CB 31 Eddie Calvin CB 35 Curtis Huge K/P 36 Jesse Carter CB 37 Jim Vechiarella LB 38 Joshua Jackson LB 39 Darrick Borum LB 41 Ola Alli WR 42 Drew Geldbach K 44 Andrew Adams LB 45 Jason Brown TE 46 Doug Spada K/P 47 Tyler Epstein LB 48 Philip Klaproth LB 49 Patrick Maloney LB 51 Steve Hendry DT MISSOURI 52 2009 LeonSOUTHEAST Hill LB 56 Robert Anderson LB 57 Matt Shannon C 59 Bryan Curry C 61 Matt James OT 63 Sean Middleton G 64 J.J. Sanchez NT 66 Matt Rehan DT 68 Armin Blagajcevic G 70 Brandon Harris OT 71 Dominic Maldonado OT 72 Maurice Lyles DT 77 Frank Knights G 78 Jaunell Pugh G 79 Josh Gipson DT

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

Wt. Cl. 180 Jr. 185 Jr. 200 Sr. 195 Jr. 190 Jr. 170 So. 215 Sr. 180 Sr. 185 Jr. 210 Sr. 190 Sr. 175 Fr. 200 So. 180 Fr. 240 Sr. 175 Jr. 200 Jr. 220 Sr. 235 Jr. 240 Jr. 180 Sr. 190 Jr. 180 Sr. 175 Fr. 175 Fr. 220 Jr. 220 Jr. 210 Fr. 195 Fr. 205 Fr. 225 Jr. 240 Sr. 190 Sr. 238 Jr. 215 So. 220 Jr. 225 So. FOOTBALL 260 Jr. 225 Sr. 280 So. 320 Jr. 300 Sr. 305 Jr. 277 Jr. 240 Fr. 290 So. 305 Jr. 315 Fr. 300 Jr. 300 Jr. 270 Sr. 282 Jr.

Yr. 3rd 4th 5th 3rd 3rd 2nd 5th 5th 3rd 4th 5th 2nd 2nd 2nd 4th 3rd 3rd 4th 3rd 3rd 4th 3rd 4th 2nd 2nd 4th 4th 2nd 2nd 1st 3rd 4th 4th 4th 2nd 4th 3rd 4th 5th 2nd 3rd 5th 4th 3rd 2nd 2nd 3rd 2nd 3rd 3rd 5th 3rd

Hometown High School/Previous College Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa Memorial/Northeast Okla. A&M Memphis, Tenn. Christian Brothers/Memphis Northville, Mich. Novi/West Los Angeles CC Ben Lomond, Calif. San Lorenzo Valley/Cabrillo CC Miami, Fla. Hialeah Maryland Heights, Mo. Parkway North Bakersfield, Calif. Bakersfield Christian/Bakersfield CC St. Louis, Mo. Hazelwood East/Concordia Memphis, Tenn. Bolton Glendale, Ariz. Independence Arlington, Texas Juan Seguin Festus, Mo. St. Pius X Washington, Mo. Washington Perryville, Mo. Perryville Wilsonville, Ore. Wilsonville Los Angeles, Calif. University/West Los Angeles CC Malden, Mo. Malden/Missouri Valley Willingboro, N.J. Willingboro Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Valle Paducah, Ky. Paducah Tilghman Willingboro, N.J. Willingboro St. Louis, Mo. Rockwood Summit/Highland CC St. Louis, Mo. Rockwood Summit Bakersfield, Calif. Stockdale Flint Hill, Mo. St. Dominic Festus, Mo. St. Pius X Baytown, Texas Sterling Marion, Ill. Marion St. Louis, Mo. Hazelwood Central Wildwood, Mo. Eureka/Missouri Columbia, Mo. Rock Bridge Union City, Calif. James Logan/Laney CC Shelby, N.C. Fork Union Military Academy Farmington, Mo. Farmington/Northern Iowa Poplar Bluff, Mo. Poplar Bluff Fair Oaks, Calif. Del Campo Manchester, Mo. Parkway West Royal Palm Beach, Fla. Royal Palm Beach Hillsboro, Mo. Hillsboro Washington, Mo. St. Francis Borgia Nashville, Tenn. Pearl-Cohn Jackson, Mo. Jackson Los Angeles, Calif. John C. Fremont Glendale, Ariz. Independence/Glendale CC Williamsville, Ill. Williamsville St. Louis, Mo. Affton Phoenix, Ariz. North Canyon/Glendale CC Eureka, Mo. Eureka/Arkansas Jersey City, N.J. Henry Snyder Aptos, Calif. Aptos/Cabrillo CC O’Fallon, Ill. O’Fallon Clearlake, Calif. Middletown/Mendocino CC

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NUMERICAL ROSTER No. 82 83 85 86 87 88 89 91 92 94 95 96 97 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Name Cedric Cox Chantae Ahamefule Bradley Brown Antonio Garritano Miles Edwards Ashton Farmer Aaron King Errick Aliifua Quentin Brown Damian Smith Jared Goodson Courtney Brame Kyle Hubert Matt Bell Tylor Brock Renard Celestin Evan Conrad Mike Flash D.J. Foster Brandon Gabbard Derek Gibson Derek Gohn Wyky Jean Brett Jones Nathan Jones D.T. Lesane Zach Levy Justin Love Colt McCauley Rowdy McCauley Art Mueller Blake Peiffer Craig Robinson Nick Shortal Branden Spann Justin Woodlief

Pos. Ht. WR 6-0 WR 6-6 TE 6-2 DE 6-6 WR 6-3 TE 6-7 WR 6-2 NT 6-3 DE 6-6 DE 6-0 LB 6-2 DE 6-0 TE 6-3 WR 6-2 FS 6-3 WR 5-11 G 6-3 C 6-1 WR 6-4 LS 6-5 QB 6-3 LS/LB 6-0 DE/TE 6-1 RB 5-10 G 6-2 TE 6-2 QB 6-2 DE 6-4 DT 6-1 DE 6-2 TE 6-4 LB 6-1 G 6-2 LB 6-1 FS 6-2 LB 6-3

BREAKDOWN BY CLASS Total Squad Members............ 88 Seniors.................................... 17 Fifth-Year............................. 9 Juniors.................................... 29 Sophomores............................ 10 Freshmen................................ 32 Redshirt............................. 11 GEOGRAPHICAL BREAKDOWN Arizona............................ 4 California...................... 10 Florida............................. 8 Illinois............................. 6 Kentucky......................... 1

Wt. 165 215 245 240 195 250 180 330 260 250 215 220 245 175 195 190 305 295 185 270 205 215 215 180 278 210 178 205 255 230 230 225 310 210 175 240

Cl. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr.

Yr. 2nd 3rd 3rd 2nd 3rd 5th 3rd 3rd 5th 4th 4th 3rd 4th 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 3rd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 4th

Maryland......................... 1 Michigan......................... 1 Missouri........................ 38 New Jersey....................... 7 North Carolina................ 1 Oklahoma........................ 3 Oregon............................ 1 Pennsylvania.................... 1 Tennessee........................ 3 Texas................................ 2 Washington, D.C............. 1

Hometown Frostproof, Fla. Jersey City, N.J. Plymouth Meeting, Pa. Jackson, Mo. Sicklerville, N.J. Charleston, Mo. Union, Mo. Hayward, Calif. Eatonville, Fla. Imperial, Mo. Melbourne, Fla. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Springfield, Ill. Columbia, Mo. Lauderhill, Fla. Joliet, Ill. Peoria, Ariz. Bonne Terre, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. St. Clair, Mo. West Palm Beach, Fla. Washington, D.C. St. Peters, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. Marlow, Okla. Marlow, Okla. Eureka, Mo. Jackson, Mo. Hayti, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Jersey City, N.J. Santa Cruz, Calif.

High School/Previous College Frostproof James J. Ferris Plymouth Whitemarsh Jackson Winslow Township Charleston/Arkansas State Union/Lindenwood San Leandro Edgewater/N.C. State Windsor Palm Bay Hazelwood Central St. John Vianney Mary Institute and Country Day Parkway North Springfield Hickman Northeast Joliet West Mountain Ridge North County Christian Brothers Calvary Christian Academy St. Clair Suncoast Dunbar Francis Howell Central Central Marlow Marlow/Northeast Okla. A&M Eureka Jackson Hayti Mary Institute and Country Day James J. Ferris Soquel/San Jose State

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Chantae Ahamefule...Shon-tay Ah-ha-MUR-fuh-lah Errick Aliifua.................................Ah-lee-foo-uh Armin Blagajcevic................... Blah-guy-suh-vich Antonio Garritano............................Gar-ih-tanno Nick Grassi..............................................Grah-see Curtis Huge.................................... Hugh-GHEE Philip Klaproth...................................... Clap-roth D.T. Lesane.......................................... LUH-sane Blake Peiffer............................................. PIE-fur Matt Rehan..............................................Ree-han Matt Scheible............................................ Shy-bal Doug Spada............................................Spay-duh Jim Vechiarella.................................... Vick-a-relly Nick Vechiarella................................. Vick-a-relly Wyky Jean....................................... Wick-ee John

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER No. Name

44 83 91 41 24 56 - 68 9 39 13 96 - 85 45 92 31 36 12 - - 19 82 59 30 87 47 88 - - - 86 42 - 79 - 95 25 20 21 70 2 51 52 97 35 38 61 - - 27 - 89 48

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Pos. Ht. Wt. Andrew Adams LB 6-0 225 Chantae Ahamefule WR 6-6 215 Errick Aliifua NT 6-3 330 Ola Alli WR 6-2 195 Marvin Anderson LB 6-1 220 Robert Anderson LB 5-10 225 Matt Bell WR 6-2 175 Armin Blagajcevic G 6-3 290 Bryan Blanfort FS 6-1 190 Darrick Borum LB 6-2 210 Aris Bowen S 6-0 185 Courtney Brame DE 6-0 220 Tylor Brock FS 6-3 195 Bradley Brown TE 6-2 245 Jason Brown TE 6-2 240 Quentin Brown DE 6-6 260 Eddie Calvin CB 6-1 180 Jesse Carter CB 5-11 175 William Castro CB 5-11 180 Renard Celestin WR 5-11 190 Evan Conrad G 6-3 305 Kris Cottner CB 5-10 180 Cedric Cox WR 6-0 165 Bryan Curry C 6-3 320 Larry Edwards CB 6-0 190 Miles Edwards WR 6-3 195 Tyler Epstein LB 6-2 238 Ashton Farmer TE 6-7 250 Mike Flash C 6-1 295 D.J. Foster WR 6-4 185 Brandon Gabbert LS 6-5 270 Antonio Garritano DE 6-6 240 Drew Geldbach K 6-0 205 Derek Gibson QB 6-3 205 Josh Gipson DT 6-4 282 Derek Gohn LS/LB 6-0 215 Jared Goodson LB 6-2 215 Nathan Grass FB 6-1 235 Nick Grassi FB 5-10 240 Aaron Grimes CB 5-9 175 Brandon Harris OT 6-4 305 Henry Harris RB 5-8 185 Steve Hendry DT 6-3 225 Leon Hill LB 6-1 260 Kyle Hubert TE 6-3 245 Curtis Huge K/P 6-0 175 Joshua Jackson LB 6-1 220 Matt James OT 6-5 300 Wyky Jean DE/TE 6-1 215 Brett Jones RB 5-10 180 Mike Jones FB 6-0 240 Nathan Jones G 6-2 278 Aaron King WR 6-2 180 Philip Klaproth LB 6-1 215

Cl. Yr. Jr. 3rd So. 3rd Jr. 3rd Fr. 2nd Sr. 4th Sr. 5th Fr. 1st So. 2nd Jr. 3rd Fr. 2nd Jr. 3rd So. 3rd Fr. 1st Jr. 3rd Sr. 4th Sr. 5th Sr. 4th Fr. 2nd Sr. 5th Fr. 2nd Fr. 1st Fr. 2nd Fr. 2nd Jr. 3rd Jr. 3rd Jr. 3rd Jr. 4th Sr. 5th Fr. 1st Fr. 1st Fr. 1st Fr. 2nd Fr. 1st Fr. 1st Jr. 3rd Fr. 1st Sr. 4th Jr. 3rd Sr. 4th Jr. 3rd Jr. 3rd Jr. 4th So. 3rd Jr. 4th Jr. 4th Fr. 2nd Jr. 4th Sr. 5th Fr. 1st Fr. 1st Jr. 3rd Fr. 1st So. 3rd So. 2nd

Hometown (High School/Previous College) Columbia, Mo. (Rock Bridge) Jersey City, N.J. ( James J. Ferris) Hayward, Calif. (San Leandro) St. Louis, Mo. (Hazelwood Central) Willingboro, N.J. (Willingboro) Hillsboro, Mo. (Hillsboro) St. Louis, Mo. (Mary Institute and Country Day) St. Louis, Mo. (Affton) Miami, Fla. (Hialeah) Marion, Ill. (Marion) Memphis, Tenn. (Bolton) St. Louis, Mo. (Hazelwood Central) St. Louis, Mo. (Parkway North) Plymouth Meeting, Pa. (Plymouth Whitemarsh) Union City, Calif. ( James Logan/Laney CC) Eatonville, Fla. (Edgewater/N.C. State) St. Louis, Mo. (Rockwood Summit) Flint Hill, Mo. (St. Dominic) St. Louis, Mo. (Hazelwood East/Concordia) Springfield, Ill. (Springfield) Columbia, Mo. (Hickman) Perryville, Mo. (Perryville) Frostproof, Fla. (Frostproof ) Nashville, Tenn. (Pearl-Cohn) St. Louis, Mo. (Rockwood Summit/Highland CC) Sicklerville, N.J. (Winslow Township) Farmington, Mo. (Farmington/Northern Iowa) Charleston, Mo. (Charleston/Arkansas State) Lauderhill, Fla. (Northeast) Joliet, Ill. ( Joliet West) Peoria, Ariz. (Mountain Ridge) Jackson, Mo. ( Jackson) Wildwood, Mo. (Eureka/Missouri) Bonne Terre, Mo. (North County) Clearlake, Calif. (Middletown/Mendocino CC) St. Louis, Mo. (Christian Brothers) Melbourne, Fla. (Palm Bay) Ste. Genevieve, Mo. (Valle) Wilsonville, Ore. (Wilsonville) Los Angeles Calif. (University/West Los Angeles CC) Phoenix, Ariz. (North Canyon/Glendale CC) Memphis, Tenn. (Christian Brothers/Memphis) Manchester, Mo. (Parkway West) Royal Palm Beach, Fla. (Royal Palm Beach) St. Louis, Mo. (St. John Vianney) Bakersfield, Calif. (Stockdale) Baytown, Texas (Sterling) Jackson, Mo. ( Jackson) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (Calvary Christian Academy) St. Clair, Mo. (St. Clair) Paducah, Ky. (Paducah Tilghman) West Palm Beach, Fla. (Suncoast) Union, Mo. (Union/Lindenwood) Poplar Bluff, Mo. (Poplar Bluff )

77 - - - 72 71 49 - - 10 63 - - 15 23 11 29 78 66 - 64 18 57 - 94 46 - 16 37 17 7 1 - 4

Frank Knights G D.T. Lesane TE Zach Levy QB Justin Love DE Maurice Lyles DT Dominic Maldonado OT Patrick Maloney LB Colt McCauley DT Rowdy McCauley DE Jacob McKinley RB Sean Middleton G Art Mueller TE Blake Peiffer LB Walter Peoples WR Trey Porter RB Dustin Powell QB Salim Powell CB Jaunell Pugh G Matt Rehan DT Craig Robinson G J.J. Sanchez NT Matt Scheible QB Matt Shannon C Nick Shortal LB Damian Smith DE Doug Spada K/P Branden Spann FS Brad Stewart WR Jim Vechiarella LB Nick Vechiarella QB Taylor West S Abraham Woodard CB Justin Woodlief LB Josh Woods LB

6-1 300 6-2 210 6-2 178 6-4 205 6-1 300 6-4 315 6-0 220 6-1 255 6-2 230 5-8 170 6-3 305 6-4 230 6-1 225 6-2 210 5-9 200 6-2 215 5-9 180 6-3 270 5-10 240 6-2 310 6-1 277 6-1 200 6-2 280 6-1 210 6-0 250 6-1 190 6-2 175 6-0 190 6-0 220 6-1 175 6-2 195 5-10 180 6-3 240 5-10 200

Jr. 3rd Fr. 1st Fr. 1st Fr. 1st Jr. 3rd Fr. 2nd Jr. 4th Fr. 1st So. 3rd So. 2nd Jr. 4th Fr. 1st Fr. 1st Sr. 4th Jr. 3rd Sr. 5th Sr. 4th Sr. 5th Fr. 2nd Fr. 1st Jr. 3rd So. 2nd So. 2nd Fr. 1st Jr. 4th Sr. 4th Fr. 1st Sr. 5th Jr. 4th Fr. 2nd Jr. 3rd Jr. 3rd Jr. 4th Sr. 5th

Aptos, Calif. (Aptos/Cabrillo CC) Washington, D.C. (Dunbar) St. Peters, Mo. (Francis Howell Central) St. Joseph, Mo. (Central) Jersey City, N.J. (Henry Snyder) Eureka, Mo. (Eureka/Arkansas) Fair Oaks, Calif. (Del Campo) Marlow, Okla. (Marlow) Marlow, Okla. (Marlow/Northeast Okla. A&M) Maryland Heights, Mo. (Parkway North) Los Angeles, Calif. ( John C. Fremont) Eureka, Mo. (Eureka) Jackson, Mo. ( Jackson) Glendale, Ariz. (Independence) Malden, Mo. (Malden/Missouri Valley) Bakersfield, Calif. (Bakersfield Christian/Bakersfield CC) Willingboro, N.J. (Willingboro) O’Fallon, Ill. (O’Fallon) Williamsville, Ill. (Williamsville) Hayti, Mo. (Hayti) Glendale, Ariz. (Independence/Glendale CC) Washington, Mo. (Washington) Washington, Mo. (St. Francis Borgia) St. Louis, Mo. (Mary Institute and Country Day) Imperial, Mo. (Windsor) Shelby, N.C. (Fork Union Military Academy) Jersey City, N.J. ( James J. Ferris) Arlington, Texas ( Juan Seguin) Festus, Mo. (St. Pius X) Festus, Mo. (St. Pius X) Ben Lomond, Calif. (San Lorenzo Valley/Cabrillo CC) Tulsa, Okla. (Tulsa Memorial/Northeast Okla. A&M) Santa Cruz, Calif. (Soquel/San Jose State) Northville, Mich. (Novi/West Los Angeles CC)

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COACHING STAFF

Tony Samuel enters his fourth season as head coach of the Redhawks.


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HEAD COACH TONY SAMUEL TONY SAMUEL HEAD COACH

Fourth Season Nebraska (1981)

wins by the program since 1967. Tony Samuel is in his His teams won the Rio fourth season as the head Grande Championship twice, football coach at Southeast and he led the Aggies to an Missouri State University. undefeated home record in Samuel was named to the position Dec. 21, 2005, and 2002. Samuel was instrumental in leading the 2003 New the appointment became Mexico State squad to a effective Jan. 1, 2006. 13th-place ranking in gradu Samuel, a graduate of the University of Nebraska, ation rates among all NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision came to Southeast from (formerly I-A) programs (76 Purdue University where percent). he served as defensive line Samuel coached the outside coach since March, 2005. linebacker and rush end posiWhile at Purdue, he was tions at his alma mater under the position coach of Rob Ninkovich, the team’s Most legendary head coach Tom Valuable Player and second Osborne from 1986-96. In his team All-Big Ten defensive 11 seasons with the Cornhuskers, Samuel mentored six end in 2005. 2009 served SOUTHEAST STATE FOOTBALL and first-team All-Americans Samuel as headMISSOURI coach at New Mexico State 12 future National Football League players. Nebraska won University from 1997two National Championships 2004 and currently stands (1994, 1995), captured seven as the third-winningest Big Eight/Big 12 Conference coach in school history titles and competed in 11 bowl with 57 victories. New games during that span, as Mexico State finished 6-5 well. in 1999, recording its first Prior to Nebraska, Samuel winning season since 1992 was the defensive line coach at and only its third in 32 Stanford (1984-85) and years. In 2002, his Aggie squad posted a mark of 7-5, Western Michigan (1982-83). which represented the most As a player, Samuel was a

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member of Coach Osborne’s first recruiting class at the University of Nebraska. He was a two-year starter at defensive end and played in four bowl games, including the Sugar Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, Astro Bluebonnet and Liberty Bowl. Samuel earned honorable mention All-Big Eight honors as a senior in 1977. Samuel received his undergraduate degree in education from Nebraska in 1981. He was elected to the American Football Coaches Association Board of Trustees in 2002. Samuel is a native of Trinidad, West Indies, and moved to Jersey City, N.J., at the age of 10. He and his wife, Tamara, have five children, Travis, Serena, Phillip, Karisa and Terryn. Year 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

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Birthplace: Trinidad, West Indies College: Nebraska, 1981 Spouse: Tamara Children: Travis, Serena, Phillip, Karisa, Terryn

Tony Samuel’s Record

Assignment Record Postseason Defensive Line 7-2 Defensive Line 6-5 Defensive Line 5-6 Defensive Line 4-7 Outside LBs/Rush Ends 10-2 Fiesta Bowl Outside LBs/Rush Ends 10-2 Sugar Bowl Outside LBs/Rush Ends 11-2 Fiesta Bowl Outside LBs/Rush Ends 10-2 Orange Bowl Outside LBs/Rush Ends 9-3 Fiesta Bowl Outside LBs/Rush Ends 9-2-1 Citrus Bowl Outside LBs/Rush Ends 9-3 Orange Bowl Outside LBs/Rush Ends 11-1 Orange Bowl Outside LBs/Rush Ends 13-0 National Champs/Orange Bowl Outside LBs/Rush Ends 12-0 National Champs/Fiesta Bowl Outside LBs/Rush Ends 11-2 Orange Bowl Head Coach 2-9 Head Coach 3-8 Head Coach 6-5 Head Coach 3-8 Head Coach 5-7 Head Coach 7-5 Head Coach 3-9 Head Coach 5-6 Defensive Ends 5-6 Head Coach 4-7, 2-6 OVC Head Coach 3-8, 1-6 OVC Head Coach 4-8, 2-6 OVC -

Overall Record: 45-80 (11 years) Record at Southeast Missouri State: 11-23, 5-18 OVC (3 years) Record at New Mexico State: 34-57 (8 years) Record as a college assistant: 142-45-1 (16 years)

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HEAD COACH TONY SAMUEL Samuel Notables 4 Played in three Bowl Games (Sugar Bowl, Fiesta Bowl, Liberty Bowl) as a defensive end at Nebraska (1974-77). Member of Tom Osborne’s first recruiting class. 4 Coached in three National Championship games and 11 Bowl Games under Tom Osborne at Nebraska. The Cornhuskers won back-to-back national titles in 1994 and 1995. Coached two first-team All-Americans (Broderick Thomas, Travis Hill) and four Butkus Award-Winners (Trev Alberts, Mike Croel, Jared Tomich, Grant Wistrom). 4 Third-winningest head coach at New Mexico State with 45 victories. His 2003 NMSU squad tied for 13th in the NCAA Division I graduation report at 76%. Led NMSU to seven victories in 2002, its most since the 1967 season. Set a NMSU record for highest average attendance and total attendance in 2002.

Samuel’s Players Who Have Gone to the National Football League Drafted 1985 1990 1991 1993 1994 1995 1995 1997 1997 1998 1999 1999 2006 2006 Year 2007 -

Player Garin Veris (Stanford) Jeff Mills (Nebraska) Mike Croel (Nebraska) Travis Hill (Nebraska) Trev Alberts (Nebraska) Donta Jones (Nebraska) Troy Dumas (Nebraska) Jared Tomich (Nebraska) Jamel Williams (Nebraska) Grant Wistrom (Nebraska) Mike Rucker (Nebraska) Broderick Thomas (Nebraska) Ray Edwards (Purdue) Rob Ninkovich (Purdue)

Drafted By New England Patriots San Diego Chargers Denver Broncos Cleveland Browns Indianapolis Colts Pittsburgh Steelers Kansas City Chiefs New Orleans Saints Washington Redskins St. Louis Rams Carolina Panthers Tampa Bay Buccaneers Minnesota Vikings New Orleans Saints

Undrafted Free Agents Edgar Jones (SE Missouri St.) Baltimore Ravens David White (Nebraska) Buffalo Bills

Round 2nd 3rd 1st, 4th overall pick 7th 1st, 5th overall pick 4th 3rd 2nd 5th 1st, 6th overall pick 2nd 1st, 6th overall pick 4th 5th

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Samuel’s Coaching Philosophy: “To create an atmosphere of pride and willingness to learn the sport and the game of life. To learn as much as possible about the game and pass that knowledge on to the players. To help individuals develop personally and athletically.”

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ASSISTANT COACHES VINCENT WHITE ASSISTANT HEAD COACH

TIM MCGUIRE DEFENSIVE COORD./SAFETIES

Fourth Season Stanford (1984)

Fourth Season Nebraska (1975)

Vincent White is in his fourth season as assistant head coach and offensive coordinator at Southeast Missouri State University. A native of Denver, Colo., White served as the running backs coach at Delaware State in 2005 and was the head coach at St. Mary’s College (Calif.) before the school discontinued its football program in 2004. White also coached the running backs at Utah (200102), Arizona State (2000) and Pittsburgh (1997-99). White held other coaching positions at Southern Methodist (receivers, 1995-96), Maryland (receivers, 1994), Pacific (offensive coord./receivers, 1990-92), Oregon Tech 2009coord., SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE FOOTBALL (offensive 1986-88) and Tennessee-Martin (offensive coord., 1989). As a running back at Stanford, White led the nation with 69 receptions in 1982. He led the Cardinal with 15 touchdowns and 1,275 all-purpose yards en route to first-team all-Pac 10 and honorable mention All-America honors that year. White graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Stanford in 1984. He was a sixth-round draft choice of the New York Jets, but opted to play for the Denver Gold of the United States Football League from 1983-85. White and his wife, Jennifer, have a son, Isaac, and two daughters, Avery and Ashly.

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Tim McGuire enters his fourth season as defensive coordinator and safeties coach on the Redhawk coaching staff. McGuire, who hails from Omaha, Neb., was defensive coordinator at St. Norbert College in 2005 following a 12-year stint at Indiana State. McGuire was the Sycamores defensive coordinator from 1993-97 and head coach from 1998-2004. ISU’s defensive units registered three shutouts and held opponents under 10 points on 10 occasions during McGuire’s tenure. His 1994 squad even ranked first in the Missouri Valley Football Conference (formerly Gateway Football Conference) and 17th nationally in total defense. McGuire mentored seven All-Americans as head coach at ISU. In 2002, the Sycamores had one of their best seasons in recent history, winning four of five home games. One of those victories came against conference powerhouse Northern Iowa. McGuire was also a head coach at Morningside College in Iowa (1981-82) and worked as an assistant at Navy, Northern Illinois, Kansas State and Nebraska-Omaha. McGuire played offensive guard at Nebraska from 1971-74. He received a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Nebraska and master’s degree in Physical Education from Nebraska-Omaha. McGuire is a member of the American Football Coaches Association. He and his wife, Judy, are the parents of four children -Lisa, Tim, Jr., Molly and Paul.

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ASSISTANT COACHES KENNY WILHITE CORNERBACKS

Fourth Season Nebraska (1992)

Kenny Wilhite is in his fourth season as the cornerbacks coach at Southeast Missouri State University. Wilhite’s coaching career began at New Mexico State University under Tony Samuel after a successful playing career in the Canadian Football League. In 1996, Wilhite was a CFL AllStar and finished third behind Doug Flutie in the overall voting for the league’s Player of the Year Award. He went on to work as an assistant coach at Dodge City Community College, Emporia State and Kentucky State. Wilhite played college football at the University of Nebraska under Tom Osborne. He was an all-Big Eight selection in 1991 after leading the conference in interceptions. Wilhite signed a free agent contract with the Chicago Bears in 1993 and began playing in the CFL with the Sacramento Goldminers. He is originally from St. Louis, Mo., and is a 1992 graduate of Nebraska.

BRIAN BOERBOOM OFFENSIVE LINE

Fourth Season Nebraska (1992)

Brian Boerboom starts his fourth year as the offensive line coach at Southeast Missouri State University. Boerboom joined the Southeast program from Great Bridge High School in Chesapeake, Va., where he was head coach since 2003. His teams also led the district in passing yards every one of his years as a head coach. Boerboom gained other experience as an assistant coach at Greenville College, Colorado College and several high schools in Colorado. Boerboom has been an instructor at a number of summer camps, including N.C. State, University of Virginia, University of Nebraska, Illinois, Colorado College and F.C.A. football camp in Cuba, Mo. Boerboom played college football at Nebraska, where he was a three-year letterman and two-year starter at offensive tackle. He was an all-Big Eight selection in 1991 and played in both the Fiesta Bowl and Orange Bowl under coach Tom Osborne. In 1992, Boerboom became a member of the Cincinnati Bengals practice squad with whom he practiced, scrimmaged and played in preseason games. He also played for the Connecticut Coyotes of the Arena Football League in 1995. Boerboom earned a bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education from Nebraska in 1992 and master’s degree in Physical Education from Trinity College in 2002. Boerboom is a native of Colorado Springs, Colo. He and his wife, Stacy, are the proud parents of five children, Zach, Jacob, Sarah, Mary Caitlin and Nathan.

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ASSISTANT COACHES LORENZO BRINKLEY WIDE RECEIVERS

Fourth Season Nebraska (1993)

Lorenzo Brinkley is in his fourth year as an assistant coach at Southeast Missouri State University. He is in charge of the wide receivers. Brinkley came to the Southeast program from Beaumont High School in St. Louis, Mo., where he was head coach and offensive coordinator from 2003-2005. Brinkley also served as defensive coordinator, head track coach and head coach for the junior varsity girls basketball program during his time at Beaumont. From 1990-94, Brinkley held various summer camp coaching positions at the University of Nebraska. While at Nebraska, he played under head coach Tom 2009 SOUTHEAST STATE Osborne from 1989-1994.MISSOURI Brinkley was partFOOTBALL of two Big Eight title teams and was named the Defensive Player of the Game against Missouri in 1993. He was also a member of two national championship teams at Nebraska (1993 and 1994 Orange Bowls). As a prep, Brinkley played football at Hazelwood Central High School (St. Louis), where he was an all-Metro star for a team that appeared in three-consecutive state championship games. Brinkley earned his bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts from Nebraska. He and his wife, Candace, have a daughter, Brandi, and two sons, Lorenzo, III and Lucas Brinkley.

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TROY DUMAS LINEBACKERS

Second Season Nebraska (1995)

Troy Dumas is in his second season as the linebackers coach at Southeast Missouri State University. Dumas is a former AllAmerican linebacker at Nebraska and played in the National Football League with the Kansas City Chiefs, St. Louis Rams and Denver Broncos. Dumas was the position coach for two all-conference linebackers (Nick Stauffer, Philip Klaproth) in his first year on the Redhawks coaching staff. Dumas was the third-round draft pick of the Kansas City Chiefs in 1995, and played both linebacker and special teams with that organization from 1995-97. He received an NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship with the Kansas City Chiefs in the summer of 2008, which allowed him to participate in on-field coaching, meetings, player evaluations and film sessions during the Chiefs training camp in River Falls, Wis. Dumas came to Cape Girardeau after serving as the defensive coordinator at Doane College, an NAIA institution in Crete, Neb. He was responsible for the the defense and assisted with recruiting. He was also the position coach for the middle and outside linebackers. Dumas played college football as a defensive back and linebacker at the University of Nebraska under Tom Osborne from 1991-94. He was a member of four-straight Big Eight Conference championship teams that competed in the Federal Express Orange Bowl four seasons in a row. Dumas, who hails from Riverside, Calif., graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Human Resources and Family Sciences from Nebraska in 1995.

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Southeast Missouri State University

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ASSISTANT COACHES JUSTIN KRAMER TE/OT/RECRUITING COORD.

Fourth Season Southern Illinois (2005)

Justin Kramer enters his fourth year as an assistant coach at Southeast. He coaches the tight ends and offensive tackles, and serves as the Redhawks’ recruiting coordinator. Kramer, who also assists with the offensive line, originally joined the coaching staff as a graduate assistant in 2006. A native of Liberty, Mo., Kramer played four years on the offensive line at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. He was part of a remarkable turnaround at SIU, which saw the Salukis win three-straight conference titles and make the NCAA FCS Playoffs on three occasions. As a prep, Kramer played at Liberty High School, where he was named second-team all-state and first-team all-Metro as a senior. Kramer started three years at left tackle and was an all-conference selection every season for one of the most successful teams in the Kansas City metro area. In addition, he pitched for Liberty’s baseball team that won the 2002 State Championship. Kramer received a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication from SIU-Carbondale in 2005. His father, Brian, played college football at the University of Nebraska.

CHRIS NORRIS RBs/SPECIAL TEAMS

Fourth Season Nebraska-Omaha (1999)

Chris Norris sets to begin his fourth year as the running backs and special teams coach at Southeast Missouri State. A Redhawks punter has earned All-American honors each year under Norris’ watch. Norris came to Southeast after spending three years under the direction of Steve Gilbert at Jacksonville University. In his first year at JU, Dolphin running backs ran for a school-record 2,103 yards on 494 carries. Norris also coached Emmett Hunter, the Dolphins’ all-time leading rusher, to All-American honors in 2003. Prior to that, Norris spent three seasons in the same capacity at Tennessee State. Norris began his college coaching career as special teams coordinator and tight ends coach at Northern State University. In 1999, he helped lead the Wolves to a 9-3 record and No. 11 national ranking. Norris also coached at his alma mater, Papillion-La Vista High School from 1997-99. Norris played four seasons as a fullback under head coaches Tom Osborne and Frank Solich at the University of Nebraska. The Cornhuskers went 47-3 with four Big Eight Conference titles and one National Championship (1994) during his fouryear career. Nebraska also owned a 26-game winning streak over that span. Norris earned a bachelor’s degree from Nebraska-Omaha in 1999. He and his wife, Tracee, reside in Jackson.

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ASSISTANT COACHES ADAM SCHWENT DEFENSIVE LINE

First Season Southeast Missouri (2008)

Adam Schwent is in his first season as a defensive and special teams assistant with the Southeast Missouri State football program. Schwent played running back and linebacker at Southeast for three seasons before knee injuries ended his playing career. In 2008, he worked as a student assistant coach, while completing his undergraduate degree. He currently works with the defensive linemen and assists with special teams. Schwent was the Missouri Class 3 Most Valuable Player as a senior at Ste. Genevieve High school in 2003. He set school records with 2,950 rushing yards and 38 touchdowns as a senior. He rushed for over 4,200 yards during his prep career. He finished 144 yards shy of the Missouri High School career rushing record after suffering an injury on the opening kickoff of the state championship game his senior season. Schwent graduated from Southeast with a bachelor’s degree in Health, Human Performance and Recreation in December, 2008.

DOUG BRADY

2009 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE FOOTBALL GRADUATE ASST./QBs

Second Season Menlo College (2006)

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NICK STAUFFER FOOTBALL OPERATIONS

First Season Southeast Missouri (2008)

Nick Stauffer is in his first season as the Director of Football Operations at Southeast Missouri State. He joined the Redhawks coaching staff after a stellar career as a linebacker with the Redhawks. Stauffer was named first-team all-Ohio Valley Conference after setting a single-season school record and finishing fourth in the nation with 150 tackles. In an upset victory over nationally-ranked Tennessee State on Oct. 25, 2008, Stauffer set a career-high with 21 tackles and added his first career interception in an overtime victory against then-No. 19 Tennessee State. Stauffer registered 208 tackles, 15 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks three fumble recoveries, three forced fumbles and one interception in his Southeast career. A native of Mansfield, Texas, Stauffer graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Secondary Physical Education from Southeast Missouri State in 2008. Doug Brady is in his second year as a graduate assistant coach at Southeast Missouri State. His primary duties include coaching the quarterbacks and assisting the offensive staff with coaching and implementing gameplans. Brady came to Southeast after spending one season at Southwestern Community College in his native hometown of San Diego, Calif. He was promoted from quarterbacks coach to offensive coordinator following the 2007 season. Brady also coached the quarterbacks at Poway High School. He played quarterback for current Southeast head coach Tony Samuel at New Mexico State in 2002. He transferred to NMSU from San Diego Mesa College. Brady held other coaching duties at Stanford (studentassistant) and worked various camps at Nebraska, USC and San Diego State. Brady graduated with a degree in Sports Management from Menlo College in 2006. He is a member of the Football Coaches Professional Growth Association (FCPGA) and American Football Coaches Association (AFCA).

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PLAYER PROFILES

WR Walter Peoples was one of two Preseason All-Ohio Valley Conference picks for the Redhawks this year. Peoples led the conference with 903 receiving yards and 75.2 receiving yards per game in 2008. He currently ranks fourth in all-time single-season receiving yards at Southeast Missouri State.


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RETURNEES CHANTAE AHAMEFULE WIDE RECEIVER

ANDREW ADAMS LINEBACKER 6-0, 225, Junior (3) Columbia, Mo. Rock Bridge H.S.

CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE G 11 10 21

GS 0 0 0

UA 6 4 10

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42008: Played in 10 games on special teams and as a reserve linebacker...Registered six tackles, including four solo stops...Made a season-high three tackles (two solo) at No. 6 Missouri. 42007: Played in all 11 games on special teams as a true freshman ...Switched from running back to linebacker early in the season... Registered 14 tackles including six solo stops...Career-high five tackles at Missouri State (11/10)...Made four tackles and forced a fumble vs. Eastern Illinois (9/29)...Downed a punt on the 3-yard line vs. Indiana State (9/15)...Made first career tackle on special teams and had one rushing attempt for one yard vs. Southwest Baptist (9/8). 4High School: First-team all-district running back and linebacker as a junior and senior at Rock Bridge High School...Averaged 9.6 yards per carry for his career...Coached by A.J. O’Fodile...Also participated in track and field. 4Personal: Born June 15, 1988...Majors in Mass Communication... Son of Dave and Susie Adams... Favorite NFL player is Terrell Davis...Also recruited by Kansas, Kansas State and Central Missouri. Defense 2007 2008 TOTAL

6-6, 215, Sophomore (3) Jersey City, N.J. James J. Ferris H.S.

A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 8 14 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0 2 6 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 10 20 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0

42008: Played in 11 games and started three...Finished fourth on the team with 22 receptions for 326 yards and two touchdowns... Averaged a team-high 14.8 yards per catch...Caught three passes for 70 yards and a touchdown at Austin Peay (11/22)...Made a 27-yard touchdown catch and hauled in a career-long 34-yard reception in that game...His 34-yard catch set up the game-winning score...Posted a career-high six receptions at Murray State (11/8)...Registered a career-high 85 receiving yards vs. Tennessee State (10/25)...Caught a 20-yard pass to set up Doug Spada’s 37-yard game-tying field goal against the Tigers...Had four receptions for 63 yards at then-No. 6 Missouri (9/6)...Scored his first career touchdown on an 18-yard, one-handed catch vs. UT Martin (11/15). 42007: Redshirted. 4High School: First-team All-County by the New Jersey Journal and Hudson County Coaches Association as a wide receiver at James J. Ferris High School...Had 28 receptions for 685 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior...Scored eight points on four two-point conversions...Also played defensive end and was a member of the basketball and volleyball teams...Coached by Wilber Valdez. 4Personal: Born November 25, 1989...Majors in Sport Management with a minor in Business Administration...Son of Robin Sweeney...Nickname is “Manny”...Enjoys bowling and playing video games...Favorite musical artist is Keyshia Cole...Favorite NFL players are Jerry Rice and Larry Fitzgerald...Was also recruited by Delaware, Akron and Hofstra. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE

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Receiving G GS 2007 Redshirted - 2008 11 3 TOTALS 11 3

Rec - 22 22

Yds - 326 326

TD - 2 2

Lg - 34 34

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G - - 2.0 14.8 29.6 2.0 14.8 29.6

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RETURNEES ERRICK ALIIFUA NOSE TACKLE 6-3, 330, Junior (3) Hayward, Calif. San Leandro H.S.

OLA ALLI WIDE RECEIVER

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42008: Switched to offense and started the last nine games of the season at left tackle...First career start on the offensive line was at then-No. 6 Missouri (9/6)...Made a solo tackle at Jacksonville State (10/4) and assisted on one tackle vs. UT Martin (11/15). 42007: Played in all 11 games at defensive tackle...Recorded 16 tackles, including five solo stops...Had 2.5 tackles for a loss of five yards...Posted one sack for a loss of two at Missouri State (11/10)... Made a career-high four tackles at Cincinnati (8/30) and Eastern Kentucky (10/13). 4High School: Second-team all-conference defensive lineman at San Leandro High School...Recorded 40 tackles, seven tackles for loss and three sacks as a senior...Also played on the offensive line... Coached by Brad Bowers. 4Personal: Born June 14, 1989...Majors in Mass Communication... Son of Ituala and Mili Aliifua...His brother, Ricky, plays football at Utah State... Aspires to host his own sports show someday. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Defense 2007 2008 TOTALS

G 11 11 22

GS 0 9 9

UA 5 1 6

A Total TFL 11 16 2.5 1 2 0 12 18 2.5

Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 5 1 0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 5 1 0 0-0 1 0 0

6-2, 195, Freshman (2) St. Louis, Mo. Hazelwood Central H.S.

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42008: Redshirted. 4High School: Averaged 10 yards per catch as a senior at Hazelwood Central High School...Coached by Rich Nixon...Also participated in track. 4Personal: Born June 23, 1990...Majors in Pre-Engineering...Son of Hakeem and Lara Alli...His brother, Kazeem, plays at Cincinnati ...Favorite musical artist is Lil’ Wayne...Favorite NFL player is Terrell Owens...Was also recruited by Cincinnati, Northwest Missouri State and Southwest Baptist.

MARVIN ANDERSON LINEBACKER 6-1, 220, Senior (4) Willingboro, N.J. Willingboro H.S.

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42008: Saw action in the first seven games and made four-straight starts before suffering a season-ending shoulder injury at Eastern Illinois (10/18)...Finished with a career-high 35 tackles, including 14 solo...Had a career-high nine tackles in first start of the season vs. Missouri State (9/20)...Registered seven tackles, including one for a loss vs. Tennessee Tech...Made five tackles and forced a fumble on the goal line in the season-opener vs. Southwest Baptist (8/28)... Recovered a fumble for the first time in his career at Jacksonville State (10/4). 42007: Played in all 11 games after making the switch from free safety to linebacker during the spring...Recorded 13 tackles (four solo)...Made first career start at UT Martin (10/27) and recorded a season-high seven tackles, including one for a a loss of four yards... Made three stops at Missouri State (11/10). 42006: Saw action in 10 games at free safety...Notched 17 tackles, nine of which were unassisted...Returned one interception for 20 yards vs. UT Martin (11/4)...Broke up two passes and forced a fumble...Had a season-high six tackles at then-No. 17 Arkansas (10/14). 4High School: Garnered all-conference honors as a safety at Willingboro High School...Registered 67 tackles in 2005...Finished his prep career with 98 tackles, six interceptions and 330 punt return yards...Coached by Nelson Hayspell...Teammate of Southeast cornerback Salim Powell...Also participated in track and field.

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RETURNEES 4Personal: Born January 18, 1988...Majors in Psychology...Son of Wanda Williams and Marvin Anderson, Sr...Favorite NFL player is Deion Sanders...Was also recruited by Toledo, Hampton and St. Francis. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Defense 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS

G 10 11 7 28

GS 0 1 4 5

UA 9 4 14 27

A 8 9 21 38

Total 17 13 35 65

TFL 0 1.0 1.0 2.0

Yds SACK Yds INT PD 0 0 0 1-20 3 4 0 0 0-0 0 2 0 0 0-0 0 6 0 0 1-20 3

FF FR 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

5-10, 225, Senior (5) Hillsboro, Mo. Hillsboro H.S.

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42008: Played in four games, mainly on special teams...Recorded two tackles ...Made his first career tackle for loss at then-No. 6 Missouri (9/6)...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 42007: Played in one game vs. Eastern Illinois (9/29). 42006: Had one solo tackle vs. Missouri-Rolla (9/9). 42005: Redshirted. 4High School: Earned all-conference all-district laurels as a 2009 SOUTHEAST MISSOURIand STATE FOOTBALL defensive end and linebacker at Hillsboro High School...Teammate of former Southeast linebacker Matt McBride...Also a member of the track and field team. 4Personal: Born October 15, 1986...Majors in Education...Son of Robert and Patti Anderson...Enjoys fishing and lifting weights... Favorite musical artist is Led Zeppelin...Favorite NFL players are Troy Polamalu and Brian Urlacher. Defense G GS 2005 Redshirted 2006 1 0 2007 1 0 2008 4 0 TOTALS 6 0

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UA - 1 0 1 2

A Total TFL - - - 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 1.0 1 3 1.0

Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR - - - - - - 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

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6-3, 290, Sophomore (2) St. Louis, Mo. Affton H.S.

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42008: Saw action in two games at right guard...Made his college debut at then-No. 6 Missouri (9/6)...Also played against Missouri State (9/20)...Named to the Dean’s List. 4High School: Two-time unanimous all-conference offensive lineman at Affton High School...Earned all-Metro honors, as well. 4Personal: Born December 5, 1989...Majors in Business Administration...Enjoys playing the guitar and powerlifting...Was also recruited by Missouri.

BRYAN BLANFORT FREE SAFETY

ROBERT ANDERSON LINEBACKER

CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE

ARMIN BLAGAJCEVIC GUARD

6-1, 190, Junior (3) Miami, Fla. Hialeah H.S.

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42008: Played in all 12 games and started the last eight of the season...Ranked sixth on the team in tackles (54, including 20 solo) and tackles for loss (5)...Was second on the team with three interceptions and four pass breakups...Began his streak of eight consecutive starts against Missouri State (9/20)...Notched a career-high eight tackles at Murray State (11/8)...Finished with seven tackles and had a career-high two pass breakups against Eastern Kentucky (11/1)... Made six tackles and intercepted a pass in the end zone during a come-from-behind overtime victory versus Tennessee State (10/25)... Returned his first career interception 31 yards against Tennessee Tech (9/11). 42007: Played in 10 games...Recorded 23 tackles (15 solo)...Made a game-changing play when he blocked a punt that was returned 13 yards for a touchdown in a comeback victory against Jacksonville State (11/17)...Posted a season-high five tackles in consecutive weeks vs. Eastern Illinois (9/29) and at Eastern Kentucky (10/13). 4High School: Named third-team all-Dade County as both a defensive back and wide receiver at Hialeah High School...Played in both the USA vs. World and Dade Brownard All-Star Games... Coached by Steve Smith. 4Personal: Born August 23, 1989...Majors in Social Work...Biggest athletic influence is his brother, Clifford...Favorite NFL team is the Green Bay Packers...Favorite professional athlete is Dwayne Wade... Favorite musical artists are R. Kelly and Mary J. Blige...Was also recruited by Eastern Kentucky, Massachusetts and Central Michigan.

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RETURNEES CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Defense 2007 2008 TOTALS Returns 2007

G 10 12 22 G 10

ARIS BOWEN SAFETY

GS UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 0 15 8 23 0.5 1 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 8 20 34 54 5.0 7 0 0 3-31 8 0 0 8 35 42 77 5.5 8 0 0 3-31 8 0 0 GS KR Yds Avg TD Lg PR Yds Avg TD Lg 0 0 0 0.0 0 - 1 12 12.0 0 12

6-0, 185, Junior (3) Memphis, Tenn. Bolton H.S.

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42008: Played in all 12 games, mainly on special teams...Finished with nine tackles (six solo)...Blocked a punt at Murray State (11/8) ...Recorded a season-high three tackles twice -- at Austin Peay (11/22) and vs. Southwest Baptist (8/28). 42007: Saw action in seven games...Made eight tackles, including a career-high four at Missouri State (11/10)...Posted three tackles at Eastern Kentucky (10/13). 4High School: Earned first-team all-region honors as a strong safety at Bolton High School...Was also second-team all-region as a free safety...Ranked among the Best of the Preps...Member of the track and field team...Made the honor roll. 4Personal: Born August 27, 1989...Majors in Hospitality Management...Son of Jimmy and Kelly Bowen...Enjoys playing video games... Favorite musical artists are Bobby Valentino and Mary J. Blige...Favorite NFL player is DeAngelo Hall. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE

DARRICK BORUM LINEBACKER 6-2, 210, Freshman (2) Marion, Ill. Marion H.S.

Defense 2007 2008 TOTALS Returns 2008

G 7 12 19 G 12

GS 0 0 0 GS 0

UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT 4 4 8 0 0 0 0 0-0 6 3 9 0 0 0 0 0-0 10 7 17 0 0 0 0 0-0 KR Yds Avg TD Lg PR Yds Avg 0 0 0.0 0 - 1 33 33.0

PD 0 0 0 TD 0

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lg 33

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42008: Redshirted as a walk-on...Southeast Scholar-Athlete 4High School: 2007 SICA All-South selection...Earned first-team all-conference honors as a wide receiver...Led the Wildcats with 50 receptions and 17 touchdowns as a senior...Caught 15 touchdown passes...Helped lead the team to a 10-3 record as a senior and a 10-2 record as a junior...Coached by Kerry Martin...Also played basketball and was on the track team...Averaged 8.2 points per game in basketball and was an all-conference sprinter. 4Personal: Born February 2, 1990...Majors in Business Administration...Son of Kevin and Michelle Borum...Favorite professional athlete is Michael Jordan...Was also recruited by Eastern Illinois, Murray State and Southern Illinois.

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RETURNEES COURTNEY BRAME DEFENSIVE END 6-0, 220, Sophomore (3) St. Louis, Mo. Hazelwood Central H.S.

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42008: Saw action in six games...Assisted on first career tackle vs. Tennessee State (10/25)...Made Southeast debut at then-No. 6 Missouri (9/6)...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 42007: Redshirted as a preferred walk-on. 4High School: Led the Suburban North Conference with seven sacks for Hazelwood Central High School...Was a second-team all-state and first-team all-conference defensive end...Registered 80 tackles (50 solo) and recovered a fumble...Coached by John Pukala. 4Personal: Born November 10, 1988...Majors in Mass Communication...Son of Carmellia Jackson and Courtney Brame...Enjoys playing pool and video games... Favorite musical artist is J.R. Writer ...Was also recruited by Eastern Illinois, Northern Illinois, Western Illinois, Drake, Missouri State and Central Missouri.

and field as a junior and senior...Was honorable mention all-state in basketball. 4Personal: Born June 30, 1989...Majors in Criminal Justice...Son of Carol Worrell-Brown and Benesford Brown...Enjoys listening to music and playing video games...Favorite musical artist is Ginuwine...Favorite NFL player is Tiki Barber...Was also recruited by Delaware State and Stony Brook. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Receiving 2007 2008 TOTALS

G 8 9 17

GS 0 9 9

Rec 1 9 10

Yds 9 116 125

TD 0 1 1

Lg 9 28 28

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 0.1 9.0 1.1 1.0 12.9 12.9 0.6 12.5 7.4

CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Defense G GS 2007 Redshirted 2008 6 0 TOTALS 6 0

UA - 0 0

A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR - - - - - - - - - 1 1 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

JASON BROWN TIGHT END

BRADLEY BROWN TIGHT END 6-2, 245, Junior (3) Plymouth Meeting, Pa. Plymouth Whitemarsh H.S.

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42008: Started nine games and missed three others due to injury ...Caught nine passes for 116 yards (12.9 avg.) with one touchdown... Made three catches for 64 yards (12.8 avg.) and a TD in Ohio Valley Conference play...Had a career-high four receptions vs. Missouri State (9/27)...Posted a career-high 43 receiving yards and career-long 28-yard reception at Jacksonville State (10/4)...Scored first career TD on a 21-yard reception vs. Tennessee Tech (9/11). 42007: Played in eight games, mainly on special teams...Made only reception of the season for a 9-yard gain at Cincinnati (8/30), his college debut. 4High School: Registered 84 tackles (seven for loss) and had two fumble recoveries in eight games as a defensive end during his senior year at Plymouth Whitemarsh High School...Also played left guard... Coached by John Staudimire...First-team all-state honoree in track

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6-2, 240, Senior (4) Union City, Calif. James Logan H.S. Laney CC

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42008: Played in all 12 games and started six-straight on the offensive line...Moved to tight end before the Tennessee State (10/25) game...Made first career start at right tackle and had one tackle on special teams at then-No. 6 Missouri (9/6). 4Laney CC: Played two years...Garnered honorable mention allconference honors and was a team captain...Played at the same junior college as former Southeast quarterback Houston Lillard. 4High School: First-team all-conference pick and team captain at James Logan High School...Played volleyball where he was named conference Player-of-the-Year...Two-time first-team all-conference volleyball selection...Made the honor roll. 4Personal: Born June 8, 1987...Majors in General Studies...Son of Scott Brown and Suzie Yun...Was also recruited by West Texas A&M. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Receiving 2008

G 12

GS 6

Rec 0

Yds 0

TD 0

Lg 0

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 0.0 0.0 0.0

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RETURNEES QUENTIN BROWN DEFENSIVE END 6-6, 260, Senior (5) Eatonville, Fla. Edgewater H.S. North Carolina State

EDDIE CALVIN CORNERBACK

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42008: Played in 10 games and registered six tackles (four solo)... Notched a season-high two tackles (one solo) vs. Eastern Kentucky (11/1) and at Murray State (11/8)...Broke up a pass vs. Eastern Kentucky (11/1). 42007: Played in all 11 games...Made 20 tackles (12 solo)...Led the team with 7.5 tackles for loss...Ranked second on the team with three sacks... Posted a career-high three tackles four times...Had a careerhigh 2.5 tackles for loss at UT Martin (10/27)...Recorded sacks in back-to-back weeks vs. Austin Peay (11/3) and at Missouri State (11/10)...Registered three quarterback hurries. 42006: Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer regulations. 42005 (North Carolina State): Redshirted...Coached by Chuck Amato. 4High School: Attended Edgewater High School, where he helped lead his team to a 6A State Championship as a senior...Ranked the 35th offensive tackle in the nation and 54th prospect in the state as a three-star recruit, according to Rivals.com...Two-year starter at left tackle ...Also played defensive line...Coached by Bill Gierke...Teammate of former Southeast running back Tim Holloman. 4Personal: Born February 20, 1987...Majors in Criminal Justice... Transferred to Southeast from North Carolina State prior to the fall 2006 semester...Was also recruited by Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Louisville, South Carolina and West Virginia. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Defense G GS 2005 Redshirted 2006 Did Not Play 2007 11 0 2008 10 0 TOTALS 21 0

UA - - 12 4 16

A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8 20 7.5 27 3.0 15 0-0 3 0 0 2 6 0 0 0 0 0-0 1 0 0 10 26 7.5 27 3.0 15 0-0 4 0 0

6-1, 180, Senior (4) St. Louis, Mo. Rockwood Summit H.S.

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42008: Started 11 of 12 games at cornerback...Led the team and tied for second in the Ohio Valley Conference with eight pass breakups...Led the team and tied for fourth in the OVC with four interceptions...Returned a school-record three interceptions for 71 yards in the first half of the season-opener vs. Southwest Baptist (8/28)... Finished that game with seven tackles (six solo), a pass breakup and 62-yard interception return...Named OVC Defensive Player-ofthe-Week (8/31)...Was fourth on the team with 69 tackles (37 solo), including five for loss...Registered a career-high 11 tackles and two for loss at Murray State (11/8)...Made nine tackles (eight solo) and had one interception at Jacksonville State (10/4)...Recorded eight tackles and three pass breakups vs. Tennessee Tech (9/11)...Returned five kickoffs for 143 yards, averaging 28.6 yards per return...Had a career-long 56-yard kickoff return at Indiana State (9/27)...Made the Dean’s List. 42007: Started all 11 games... Led the OVC with 18 passes defended...Third-leading tackler with 51 tackles, including 35 solo stops...Tied for first on the team with two interceptions...Became the 26th player in NCAA history and third in conference history to return an interception 100 yards for a touchdown against Southwest Baptist (9/8)...Also had seven tackles and three pass breakups in that game...Had a season-high eight tackles with six solo stops at UT Martin (10/27)...Broke up a career-high four passes vs. Murray State (10/20)...Broke up three passes while covering All-American WR Micah Rucker vs. Eastern Illinois (9/29)...Blocked an extra point attempt at Missouri State (11/10)...Returned five kickoffs for 128 yards, averaging 25.6 yards per return...Returned three kicks for 88 yards at Cincinnati (8/30). 42006: Saw action in 11 games... Registered 17 tackles...Returned an interception 17 yards, recovered a fumble and matched a seasonhigh with six tackles vs. Tennessee Tech (11/18)...Blocked a punt vs. Samford (9/30). 4High School: First-team all-state as a kick returner at Rockwood Summit High School...First-team all-conference as a defensive back, wide receiver and kick returner...Coached by Mike Bellers...Threeyear letterman in football, basketball and track...Placed third in the state in hurdles. 4Personal: Born December 30, 1987...Majors in Criminal Justice... Son of Edward and Adrienne Calvin...Was also recruited by Missouri, Northern Iowa, Arkansas State, Northwest Missouri State, Central Missouri and Missouri Southern.

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RETURNEES CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Defense 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS Returns 2007 2008 TOTALS

G 11 11 12 34 G 11 12 23

WILLIAM CASTRO CORNERBACK

GS UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 0 13 4 17 0 0 0 0 1-17 1 0 1 11 35 16 51 0 0 0 0 2-115 18 0 0 11 37 32 69 5.0 6 0 0 4-74 7 1 1 22 85 52 137 5.0 6 0 0 7-206 26 1 2 GS KR Yds Avg TD Lg PR Yds Avg TD Lg 11 5 128 25.6 0 36 1 0 0.0 0 11 5 143 28.6 0 56 0 0 0.0 0 22 10 271 27.1 0 56 1 0 0.0 0 -

5-11, 180, Senior (5) St. Louis, Mo. Hazelwood East H.S. Concordia

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42008: Saw action in 10 games...Finished with 12 tackles (four solo), including one for loss...Had a season-high four tackles and one for loss in his Southeast debut at then-No. 6 Missouri (9/6). 42007: Redshirted. 42006: Enrolled at Southeast, but did not play football. 42005 (Concordia): Played in 10 games for the NAIA Concordia University Bulldogs...Made 26 tackles (18 solo), had one sack and an interception...Broke up eight passes, forced a fumble and blocked one kick...Named Concordia’s Player-of-the-Week twice. 4High School: Second-team all-conference defensive back at Hazelwood East High School...Honorable mention all-conference as both a kick and punt returner...His team finished runner-up in the 2004 Class 6 State Championship game... Made two tackles and forced a fumble in that game...Coached by Corey Johnson...Played baseball and was on the track and field team. 4Personal: Born September 5, 1987...Majors in Business Administration...Son of Cassandra and Larry Hayes...Was also recruited by Florida A&M and Alabama A&M. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Defense 2008

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42008: Redshirted as a walk-on...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 4High School: Garnered first-team all-conference honors at wide receiver and safety as a senior at St. Dominic High School...Secondteam all-district safety...Coached by Bob Leonard...Also played baseball, where he was a second team all-conference center fielder... Helped lead his baseball team to a state title. 4Personal: Born October 2, 1989...Majors in Industrial Technology...Son of Alan and Jennie Carter...Enjoys fishing, hunting and lifting weights...Favorite NFL player is Brian Dawkins.

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G GS UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 10 0 8 4 12 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

5-10, 180, Freshman (2) Perryville, Mo. Perryville H.S.

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42008: Had one tackle in two games before suffering a seasonending knee injury...Later received a medical redshirt...Named to the Dean’s List...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 4High School: First-team all-conference running back and punter at Perryville High School ...Second-team all-region selection... named all-Southeast Missourian running back...Co-captain...Rushed for 1,157 yards and seven touchdowns on 221 carries as a senior...Ran for nearly 1,200 yards as a junior...Caught eight passes for 48 yards in 2007... Ran for 205 yards on 31 carries vs. St. Vincent High School... Coached by Rick Chastain...Ran the fastest 200-meter time in the

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RETURNEES region (22.5 seconds) and was a member of the 4x400 relay team that placed eighth at the state meet. 4Personal: Born April 16, 1989...Major is undecided...Son of Bill and Sherry Cottner...Both of his parents attended Southeast...Has an older brother, Kyle, who attends Missouri-St. Louis...Nickname is “Kip”...Was also recruited by Missouri State and Army. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Defense 2008

G GS UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CEDRIC COX WIDE RECEIVER 6-0, 165, Freshman (2) Frostproof, Fla. Frostproof H.S.

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42008: Redshirted. 4High School: Second team all-state pick at Frostproof High School...Class 2B Quarterback of the Year...Led his team to a 10-3 record...Honorable mention all-state selection as a junior...Threw for 606 yards and seven touchdowns, and rushed for 587 yards as a junior...Posted 10 rushing touchdowns...Averaged 7.4 yards per carry... Had 613 yards passing and 212 yards rushing as a sophomore ... Four-year starter... Class 3A Basketball Player-of-the-Year. 4Personal: Born December 4, 1988...Majors in General Studies... Son of Johnnie and Geanette Coleman...Enjoys playing basketball and video games...Favorite musical artist is Plies...Favorite NFL player is Steve Smith.

BRYAN CURRY CENTER 6-3, 320, Junior (3) Nashville, Tenn. Pearl-Cohn H.S.

LARRY EDWARDS CORNERBACK 6-0, 190, Junior (3) St. Louis, Mo. Rockwood Summit H.S. Highland CC

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42008: Redshirted. 4Highland CC: Was a member of the football and track and field teams for two years at Highland Community College...Earned second-team all-conference honors in track. 4High School: Played safety and wide receiver at Rockwood Summit High School...Teammate of Southeast CB Eddie Calvin ...Coached by Mike Bellers...Was Defensive MVP in basketball... Also participated in track and field. 4Personal: Born January 29, 1987...Majors in Criminal Justice... Son of Larry and Cynthia Edwards...His brother, Earnest Fuller, played football at Lincoln University...Favorite professional athlete is Michael Jordan...Favorite musical artist is T.I...Was also recruited by Northern Iowa.

MILES EDWARDS WIDE RECEIVER 6-3, 195, Junior (3) Sicklerville, N.J. Winslow Township H.S.

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42008: Played in 10 games and made eight starts at center...First career start was at then-No. 6 Missouri (9/6)...That game started a streak of six-consecutive starts. 42007: Played in one game. 4High School: All-region for three-straight seasons as a left tackle at Pearl-Cohn High School...All-city and second-team all-Mid State pick...Tennessee Coaches Hall of Fame nominee in 2006... coached by Tony Brunetti...Graduated with honors and participated in track and field. 4Personal: Born May 24, 1989...Majors in Mass Communication...

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42008: Played in all 12 games and made seven starts as a wide receiver...Finished second on the team with 31 receptions for 432 yards and three touchdowns...Averaged 13.9 yards per catch...Established career-highs in receptions (10), receiving yards (204) yards and touchdowns (2) in the season-opener vs. Southwest Baptist (8/28)... Also caught an 80-yard TD pass -- the longest offensive play of the season -- and scored the decisive touchdown on a 23-yard reception in overtime against SBU...Fell eight yards shy of breaking the school’s single-game record in receiving yards in that game... Caught two big passes and scored a touchdown at Indiana State (9/27)...His 14-yard reception set up the game-winning score against the Sycamores...Extended his streak of consecutive games with a catch to 21 with a 10-yard reception in the season-finale at Austin Peay (11/22)...Has caught a pass in all but one game during his twoyear Redhawk career.

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RETURNEES 42007: Named to the OVC All-Newcomer team after leading the Redhawks in receiving with 34 catches for 480 yards and seven touchdowns...Started each of the last five games of the season... Averaged 14.1 yards per catch...Was the second-leading scorer on the team with 42 points...Had a big game vs. Austin Peay, reaching season-highs in receptions (8), receiving yards (131) and touchdowns (3)...One of those catches came in the final two minutes to force a second overtime...Registered four catches for 82 yards and two touchdowns, scored the game-winning TD and had a career-long 53-yard catch in Southeast’s comeback victory vs. Jacksonville State (11/17)...Scored first career TD on a 22-yard pass with seven seconds left in the first half vs. Indiana State (9/22)...Made first career catch at Cincinnati (8/30). 4High School: Second-team all-conference wide receiver at Winslow Township High School...Caught 42 passes for 563 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior...Selected to play in the Adam Taliaferro All-Star Game...Coached by Felton Jones...Led his track team to state titles in 2002 and 2003...Earned first team all-south Jersey honors in the hurdles and high jump...Posted a 6-6 mark in the high jump...Ran the 110-meter hurdles in 14.3 seconds and the 55-meter hurdles in 7.6 seconds. 4Personal: Born July 4, 1988...Majors in General Studies...Son of Miles and Monica Edwards...Worked with the same academic advisor that influenced NBA player Rasheed Wallace during high school... Enjoys art and listening to music. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Receiving 2007 2008 TOTALS

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GS 5 7 12

Rec 34 31 65

Yds 480 432 912

TD 7 3 10

Lg 53 80 80

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 2.8 14.1 43.6 2.6 13.9 36.0 2.8 14.0 39.7

TYLER EPSTEIN LINEBACKER 6-2, 238, Junior (4) Farmington, Mo. Farmington H.S. Northern Iowa

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42008: Redshirted. 42007 (Northern Iowa): Played in all 13 games for a UNI team which was ranked No. 1 in the Football Championship Subdivision for seven weeks...Registered 11 tackles (five solo), as the Panthers finished 12-1 overall and 6-0 in the Missouri Valley Football Conference (formerly Gateway). 42006 (Northern Iowa): Redshirted...Named Scout Team Defensive Player-of-the-Year. 4High School: Second-team all-state selection for Farmington High School...First-team all-conference and all-region pick...Named to the KTJJ Dream Team...Served as team captain and led his team to an 11-1 mark in 2005...Was first on the team with 144 tackles, five sacks and two interceptions in 2004...Also led his team with 120 tackles in 2003...Second-team all-conference pick as a sophomore ... Coached by John Bacon...Named his school’s Athlete-of-the-Year as a senior...Four-year letterwinner in football and wrestling... Lettered twice in track and field...Won a state title in wrestling as a senior...Named KTJJ Dream Team Wrestler-of-the-Year as a senior ...Placed fourth in the state wrestling tournament as a junior... Three-time district champion in wrestling. 4Personal: Born August 9, 1987...Majors in Mass Communication with an emphasis in Public Relations...Son of Larry Epstein and Deanna Dulle...Was also recruited by Cincinnati, Illinois, Ball State, Miami (Ohio), Ohio, Missouri State, Jacksonville State and Western Illinois.

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RETURNEES ASHTON FARMER TIGHT END 6-7, 250, Senior (5) Charleston, Mo. Charleston H.S. Arkansas State

ANTONIO GARRITANO DEFENSIVE END

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42008: Saw action in eight games, mainly on special teams...Assisted on a special teams tackle at Austin Peay (11/22). 42007 (Arkansas State): Did not play football...Played in 30 games, and made four starts for the Indians basketball team...Averaged 1.7 points and 2.3 rebounds per game. 42006 (Arkansas State): Did not play football...Played in 32 games for the Indians basketball team...Averaged 1.6 points and 1.6 rebounds a game. 42005 (Arkansas State): Redshirted as a member of the Indians basketball squad. 4High School: Ranked as the top two-sport athlete in the state of Missouri...Only played one season of football at Charleston High School...Caught 39 passes for 658 yards and five touchdowns his senior year...Also served as the team’s kicker and punter...Ranked the No. 3 basketball prospect in Missouri after averaging 19.2 points and seven rebounds as a senior, while playing for his father, Danny ... Participated in track and field as a high jumper and triple jumper and ran a leg on the 4x400 relay team which placed fourth in the state finals...Ranked sixth in his graduating class with a 3.9 grade point average...National Honor Society member and recipient of the Chemistry Award. 4Personal: Born May 2, 1987...Majors in Psychology...Son of Danny and Mechelle Farmer...Nickname is “A-Town”...Was also recruited to play basketball by Rice, Northern Illinois, Lehigh, Middle Tennessee State, Arkansas-Little Rock, Eastern Kentucky, Austin Peay, Illinois State, Kansas State, UNLV and Loyola-Chicago. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Receiving 2008

G 8

GS 0

Rec 0

Yds 0

TD 0

Lg 0

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6-6, 240, Freshman (2) Jackson, Mo. Jackson

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42008: Redshirted...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 4High School: Two-time all-conference, all-district and all-region tight end at Jackson High School...First-team all-region defensive tackle...Coached by Carl Gross...All-region basketball player. 4Personal: Born March 10, 1990...Majors in Health Management... Son of Joan Sanders and Tony Garritano...Was also recruited by Southern Illinois, Central Michigan and Indiana State.

JOSH GIPSON DEFENSIVE TACKLE 6-4, 282, Junior (3) Clearlake, Calif. Middletown H.S. Mendocino CC

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4Mendocino CC: Played two seasons...Defensive Lineman-of-theYear in 2008...Registered 25 tackles, including five for loss and one sack in eight games that year...Also forced one fumble and broke up a pass. 4High School: All-conference offensive and defensive lineman at Middletown High School...Coached by Bill Fultmer...Conference MVP in basketball...Garnered all-conference honors in baseball. 4Personal: Born June 27, 1988...Majors in Criminal Justice...Son of Mike and Laurie Gipson...Enjoys hanging out with friends and playing video games...Favorite pro athlete is Dirk Nowitzki...Was also recruited by South Florida, Liberty, Charleston Southern and Abilene Christian.

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RETURNEES JARED GOODSON LINEBACKER 6-2, 215, Senior (4) Melbourne, Fla. Palm Bay H.S.

NATHAN GRASS FULLBACK

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42008: Preseason All-OVC selection...Played in five of the first six games before sitting out the final six contests due to a hamstring injury...Finished with six tackles (one solo)...Had a season-high three tackles in only start vs. Southwest Baptist (8/28). 42007: Finished second on the team with 98 tackles (43 solo)...Tied for third on the team with 5.5 tackles for loss...Posted a career-high 14 tackles and had a sack vs. Indiana State (9/15)...Recorded 12 tackles, including 2.5 for loss vs. Southwest Baptist (9/8)... Recovered a fumble in consecutive games, vs. Southwest Baptist (9/8) and Indiana State (9/15)...Collected double-digit tackles in threestraight games -- vs. Murray State (10/20), Austin Peay (11/3) and at Missouri State (11/10)...Had four pass breakups. 42006: Played in eight games...Recorded 16 tackles (10 solo) ... Had a season-high 10 tackles at Arkansas (10/14)... Recovered a fumble vs. Tennessee Tech (11/18). 4High School: First-team all-conference and all-district at Palm Bay High School...Space Coast Player-of-the-Year...Played tight end and linebacker...Florida East/West All-Star Game defensive captain... Selected to play in the Florida vs. California All-Star Game...Coached by Dan Burke...Honor student with a 3.3 grade point average. 4Personal: Born January 18, 1988...Majors in General Studies... Son of Dina Sanderson and Rick Goodson...Enjoys fishing, surfing and four-wheeling...Favorite NFL player is Reggie Nelson...Was also recruited by South Florida. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE

Defense G GS UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 2006 8 0 10 6 16 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 1 2007 2009 11 SOUTHEAST 11 43 55 98 MISSOURI 5.5 23 STATE 1.0 5 FOOTBALL 0-0 4 0 0 2008 5 1 1 5 6 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 TOTALS 24 12 54 66 120 5.5 23 1.0 5 0-0 4 0 1

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6-1, 235, Junior (3) Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Valle H.S.

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42008: Saw action in all 12 games...Carried the ball three times for six yards, averaging two yards per rush...Had a career-long 5-yard gain on the first rushing attempt of his career at then-No. 6 Missouri (9/6)...Made first career reception for a gain of four yards vs. Southwest Baptist (8/28)...Had four tackles on special teams... Recorded a season-high two tackles and recovered a blocked punt at the 5-yard line to set up an eventual touchdown at Murray State (11/8) ...Returned four kickoffs for 46 yards (11.5 avg.)...Had a career-long 18-yard return vs. Tennessee Tech (9/11)...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 42007: Played in nine games...Made one tackle at Cincinnati (8/30) and Samford (9/22)...Recovered a fumbled snap on a punt vs. Eastern Illinois (9/29). 4High School: Three-time all-conference and all-region pick as a fullback, linebacker and punter at Valle High School...Scored 13 touchdowns and registered 119 tackles as a senior...Coached by Judd Naeger...Garnered all-state honors as a pitcher in baseball. 4Personal: Born June 23, 1989...Majors in Industrial Technology... Son of Tim and Karen Grass. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Rushing 2007 2008 TOTALS Receiving 2008 Defense 2007 2008 TOTALS Returns 2007 2008 TOTALS

G 9 12 21

GS Att 0 0 0 3 0 3 G GS 12 0 G GS UA 9 0 1 12 0 3 21 0 4 G GS KR 9 0 1 12 0 4 21 0 5

Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 6 0 5 2.0 0.5 6 0 5 2.0 0.5 Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 1 -2 0 0 0.08 -0.2 -0.2 A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 1 2 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 1 1 4 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 2 6 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 1 Yds Avg TD Lg PR Yds Avg TD Lg 7 7.0 0 7 0 0 0.0 0 46 11.5 0 18 0 0 0.0 0 53 10.6 0 18 0 0 0.0 0 -

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RETURNEES NICK GRASSI FULLBACK 5-10, 240, Senior (4) Wilsonville, Ore. Wilsonville H.S.

Defense 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS

G 11 9 10 30

GS 0 0 10 10

UA 2 1 2 5

A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 1 3 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 2 7 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

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42008: Started 10 games at fullback...Missed two games due to an ankle injury...Lead blocker on multiple touchdown runs...Caught three passes for 26 yards, averaging 8.7 yards per catch...Gained three yards on two rushing attempts...Made a career-long 12-yard reception at Murray State (11/8)...Also caught passes vs. UT Martin (11/15) and Southwest Baptist (8/28)...Registered special teams tackles in consecutive weeks vs. Tennessee State (10/25) and eventual OVC champion Eastern Kentucky (11/1)...Suffered his ankle injury vs. Missouri State (9/20) and missed the next two contests before returning to start the final six games of the season. 42007: Played in nine games...Caught six passes for 25 yards out of the backfield...Had a 9-yard reception in the season-opener at Cincinnati (8/30)...Tied a career-high with two receptions against both Indiana State (9/15) and Murray State (10/20)...Had three rushes for two yards... Longest run of the season was three yards vs. Indiana State (9/15)...Posted two tackles on special teams. 42006: Played in 11 games, splitting time between fullback and special teams...Hauled in four catches for 27 yards... Half of his receptions came vs. Eastern Kentucky (10/21)...Added three tackles on special teams. 4High School: Two-time first-team all-state linebacker at Wilsonville High School...Was a unanimous selection as Tri-Valley Defensive Player-of-the-Year...Garnered all-conference and secondteam all-state honors as a running back...Set a school record with five first half touchdowns in a game...Coached by George Crace...Also participated in track and field. 4Personal: Born April 5, 1988...Majors in Mass Communication... Son of Gary Grassi and Kyle Rivers...Favorite NFL team is the Cleveland Browns...Favorite NFL player is Reggie Bush...Was also recruited by Oregon State, Oregon, Washington State, Washington, Portland State and Western Oregon. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Rushing 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS Receiving 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS

G 11 9 10 30

GS 0 0 10 10 G 11 9 10 30

Att Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G 5 2 0 5 0.4 0.2 3 2 0 3 0.7 0.2 2 3 0 3 1.5 0.3 10 7 0 5 0.7 0.2 GS Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 0 4 27 0 10 0.4 6.8 2.5 0 6 25 0 9 0.7 4.2 2.8 10 3 26 0 12 0.3 8.7 2.6 10 13 78 0 12 0.4 6.0 2.6

AARON GRIMES CORNERBACK 5-9, 175, Junior (3) Los Angeles, Calif. University H.S. W. Los Angeles CC

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42008 (West Los Angeles CC): Earned second-team all-Foothill Conference honors as a cornerback at West Los Angeles Community College...Registered 49 tackles (41 solo), four interceptions and two passes defended...Also recovered two fumbles. 4High School: Named first-team all-Western League and City Section at University High School...Played running back, wide receiver and safety...Coached by E.C. Robinson...Also participated in track and field. 4Personal: Born September 13, 1988...Majors in General Studies... Son of Alvin Grimes and Nannette Wade...Enjoys lifting weights, playing video games and boxing...Favorite professional athletes are Deion Sanders and Michael Jordan...Aspires to be a coach...Was also recruited by New Mexico State, San Jose State and Hampton.

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RETURNEES BRANDON HARRIS OFFENSIVE TACKLE 6-4, 305, Junior (3) Phoenix, Ariz. North Canyon H.S. Glendale CC

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4Glendale CC: Named first-team all-Western States Football League and all-Arizona Community College Athletic Conference offensive lineman at Glendale CC...Started 20 games at offensive tackle in two seasons...Team finished 8-2 and ranked seventh in the nation by the National Junior College Athletic Association in 2008... Teammate of Southeast defensive tackle J.J. Sanchez...Recipient of the President’s Scholarship. 4High School: Earned first-team all-state and all-region honors as an offensive tackle his junior and senior years at North Canyon High School...Coached by Brian Cole...Also played basketball and baseball. 4Personal: Born August 29, 1988...Majors in Business Administration...Son of Rod and Sue Harris...Brother, Ben, played football at Minnesota-Morris ...Sister, Bethany, played softball at Western New Mexico...Named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2009 semester, his first year at Southeast...Helped his high school team win a state championship...Was also recruited by Texas Southern.

42006 (Memphis): Redshirted as a walk-on...Named to the Tiger Club after fashioning a 3.0 grade point average for the fall semester. 4High School: Named Division II Most Valuable Player in the state after rushing for 1,579 yards and 22 touchdowns on 220 carries as a senior at Christian Brothers High School...Led his team to a state title in 2005...Posted team-highs in receptions (31), receiving yards (261) and all-purpose yards (1,897)...Ranks as the school’s all-time leader in rushing and all-purpose yards...Was invited to the AutoZone Liberty Bowl High School All-Star Game...Earned all-Metro honors in track and field. 4Personal: Born April 5, 1988...Majors in General Studies...Son of Henry and Mary Harris...Nickname is “H2”...Was also recruited by Wake Forest, Rice, Duke and Arkansas State. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Rushing 2008 Receiving 2008 Defense 2008 Returns 2008

G GS Att 10 1 76 G GS 10 1 G GS UA 10 1 2 G GS KR 10 1 13

Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G 318 4 32 4.2 31.8 Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 8 64 0 17 0.8 8.0 6.4 A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 0 2 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Yds Avg TD Lg PR Yds Avg TD Lg 280 21.5 0 54 1 0 0.0 0 -

HENRY HARRIS RUNNING BACK 5-8, 185, Junior (4) Memphis, Tenn. Christian Brothers H.S. Memphis

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42008: SawSOUTHEAST action in 10 games and made one start at running back 2009 MISSOURI STATE FOOTBALL ...Southeast’s second-leading rusher with 318 yards on 76 carries... Averaged 4.2 yards per carry and scored four rushing touchdowns, second-most on the team...Scored a touchdown in each of his first three games of the season...Caught eight passes for 64 yards, averaging eight yards per catch...Made first career start at Indiana State (9/27) and ran for a career-high 110 yards on 24 carries...Also scored the game-winning touchdown, had a career-long 32-yard run and made a career-long 17-yard reception against the Sycamores...Rushed for 70 yards and scored his first career touchdown vs. Tennessee Tech (9/11)...Had a career-best five receptions for 34 yards vs. Missouri State (9/20)...Returned 13 kickoffs for 280 yards for a 21.5 yards per return average... Had a career-long 54-yard kick return at Austin Peay (11/22)...Made two tackles on special teams. 42007 (Memphis): Saw action in four games on special teams... Had a 21-yard kickoff return vs. East Carolina (11/3).

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STEVE HENDRY DEFENSIVE TACKLE 6-3, 225, Sophomore (3) Manchester, Mo. Parkway West H.S.

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42008: Did not see any action. 42007: Redshirted as a walk-on. 4High School: Garnered second-team all-conference honors as an offensive lineman and defensive end at Parkway West High School... Coached by Mike Roth...Team captain in football and track and field ...Earned all-state honors in the shot put and discus...Scholar-athlete.

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RETURNEES 4Personal: Born October 11, 1988...Majors in Sport Management... ...Son of Scott and Janet Hendry...Enjoys listening to music...Favorite NFL player is Vernon Davis...Was also recruited by Missouri State and Central Missouri.

6-1, 260, Junior (4) Royal Palm Beach, Fla. Royal Palm Beach H.S.

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42008: Redshirted. 42007: Played in all 11 games...Registered 1.5 tackles for a loss of four yards...Finished with seven tackles on the year, including a season-high three at Cincinnati (8/30). 42006: Saw limited action on defense and special teams...Notched nine tackles (six solo)...Had a career-high five tackles and recorded his first career sack at Arkansas (10/14). 4High School: Named a first-team all-conference and all-county linebacker at Royal Palm Beach High School...Was a second-team all-area selection...Recorded 62 tackles and forced four fumbles...Earned his team’s Most Valuable Player award...Also played basketball. 4Personal: Born July 16, 1988...Majors in Recreation...Son of Talia Cannon and Leon Hill...Favorite NFL player is Ray Lewis...Was also recruited by Miami, Nebraska, West Virginia and Georgia. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE G 5 11 16

GS 0 0 0

UA 6 4 10

A Total TFL 3 9 1.0 3 7 1.5 6 16 2.5

Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 2 1.0 2 0-0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 6 1.0 2 0-0 0 0 0

KYLE HUBERT TIGHT END 6-3, 245, Junior (4) St. Louis, Mo. St. John Vianney H.S.

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LEON HILL LINEBACKER

Defense 2006 2007 TOTALS

4Personal: Born May 24, 1988...Majors in Business Administration... Son of Greg and Julie Hubert...Enjoys fishing...Favorite NFL player is Jason Taylor...Was also recruited by Northwest Missouri State.

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42008: Did not see action...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 42007: Played in first career game at Eastern Kentucky (10/13). 42006: Redshirted. 4High School: Second-team all-conference defensive end at St. John Vianney High School...Coached by Gene Gladstone... Teammate of former Southeast quarterback Steve Callanan.

G 1

GS 0

Rec 0

Yds 0

TD 0

Lg 0

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 0.0 0.0 0.0

CURTIS HUGE KICKER/PUNTER 6-0, 175, Freshman (2) Bakersfield, Calif. Stockdale H.S.

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42008: Redshirted...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 4High School: Ranked the No. 52 punter in his class by ChrisSailerKicking.com...Named first-team Southwest Yosemite League punter as a senior at Stockdale High School...Garnered second-team allconference honors as a junior...Coached by Dave Boyt...Also played soccer, where he earned first-team all-conference honors as a senior and second-team all-conference laurels as a junior. 4Personal: Born November 16, 1989...Majors in Business Administration...Son of Russ and Cindy Huge...Favorite professional athlete is LeBron James.

JOSHUA JACKSON LINEBACKER 6-1, 220, Junior (4) Baytown, Texas Sterling H.S.

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42008: Saw action in all 12 games...Finished with 22 tackles (13 solo), including one for loss...Matched a career-high five tackles on two occasions at then-No. 6 Missouri (9/6) and at Indiana State (9/27) ...Forced a fumble vs. Tennessee Tech (9/11). 42007: Redshirted after suffering a season-ending injury. 42006: Played in nine games and started four at linebacker...Made 10 tackles (eight solo)...Recorded a season-high five tackles at Jacksonville State (9/16). 4High School: Second-team all-district linebacker, three-year starter and team captain at Sterling High School...Coached by Herb Hinyard. 4Personal: Born April 1, 1988...Majors in Sport Management with a minor in Business Administration...Enjoys listening to music, watching movies, fishing and playing video games...Favorite NFL player is Terrell Owens... Was also recruited by Louisiana State, Kansas, Utah, Arkansas State and Portland State.

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RETURNEES CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Defense G GS 2006 9 4 2007 Redshirted 2008 12 0 TOTALS 21 4

UA 8 - 13 21

A 2 - 9 11

MIKE JONES FULLBACK

Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 10 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 - - - - - - - - 22 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0 32 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0

6-0, 240, Junior (3) Paducah, Ky. Paducah Tilghman H.S.

MATT JAMES OFFENSIVE TACKLE 6-5, 300, Senior (5) Jackson, Mo. Jackson H.S.

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42008: Saw action in nine games and made four starts at left tackle ...Started the final three games of the season...Named to the Dean’s List. 42007: Played in all 11 games at left tackle...Started the first six games of the season. 42006: Saw limited playing time on the offensive line. 42005: Redshirted. 4High School: Named all-conference and all-region at Jackson High School...Coached by Carl Gross. 4Personal: Born November 11, 1986...Majors in General Studies... Son of Terry and Pam James...Was also recruited by Southern Illinois.

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42008: Played in nine games and started the first four of the season at running back...Rushed for 174 yards on 45 carries, averaging 3.9 yards per attempt...Registered a season-high 56 yards rushing with a season-long 18-yard run at then-No. 6 Missouri (9/6)...Ran for 51 yards on 14 carries vs. Southwest Baptist (8/28)...Tied a career-high 15 carries vs. Tennessee Tech (9/11)...Had one tackle on special teams at Austin Peay (11/22). 42007: Took over as the starting running back midway through the season at Eastern Kentucky (10/13)...Started five of the last six games of the year...Had 291 yards on 59 carries and finished with 324 all-purpose yards...Achieved a career-high 131 yards, a career-long 59-yard run and both of his touchdowns vs. Murray State (10/20) ...Returned two kickoffs for 33 yards...Longest kick return of the season was 23 yards vs. Eastern Illinois (9/29)...Also had one tackle on special teams in that game. 4High School: Two-time Western Kentucky Conference Player-ofthe-Year at Paducah Tilghman High School...Played running back and wide receiver...Was also on the wrestling team. 4Personal: Born April 28, 1988...Majors in Social Work...Son of Michael and Nicole Jones...Enjoys playing video games...Favorite professional athletes are Jerome Bettis and Julius Erving...Was also recruited by Kentucky, Tennessee and Murray State. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE

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Rushing G GS Att 2007 9 5 59 2008 9 4 45 TOTALS 18 9 104 Receiving G GS 2008 9 4 Defense G GS UA 2007 9 5 0 2008 9 4 0 TOTALS 18 9 0 Returns G GS KR 2007 9 5 2

Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G 291 2 59 4.9 32.3 174 0 18 3.9 19.3 465 2 59 4.5 25.8 Rec Yds TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 1 6 0 6 0.1 6.0 0.7 A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 1 1 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 Yds Avg TD Lg PR Yds Avg TD Lg 33 16.5 0 23 0 0 0.0 0 -

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RETURNEES PHILIP KLAPROTH LINEBACKER 6-1, 215, Sophomore (2) Poplar Bluff, Mo. Poplar Bluff H.S.

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AARON KING WIDE RECEIVER 6-2, 180, Sophomore (3) Union, Mo. Union H.S. Lindenwood Univ.

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42008: Redshirted. 42007 (Lindenwood University): Did not see action. 4High School: Took first-team all-state, all-conference, all-district and all-area honors as a wide receiver at Union High School...Ranked 11th in the nation in receiving yards per game as a senior...Had 69 receptions for 1,570 yards and 27 touchdowns... Averaged 22.9 yards per catch...Rushed for 57 yards and one touchdown...Registered 100 or more yards receiving in 10 of 11 games...Scored three or more touchdowns in eight games...Caught 10 passes for 150 yards and four touchdowns, scored a two-point conversion and intercepted two passes against Owensville...Had 244 receiving yards on eight grabs and scored three touchdowns against Hermann...Recorded four interceptions as a senior...Coached by Brent Eckley...Also competed in basketball and track and field. 4Personal: Born September 1, 1988...Majors in Education...Son of David King and Lori Dobkins...Favorite professional athlete is Albert Pujols...Favorite musical artists are Eminem, T.I. and Nelly...Aspires to be a coach.

42008: Named to the OVC All-Newcomer Team...Led all freshmen in the conference and ranked third on the team with 76 tackles (30 solo)...Started 10 of 12 games...Made an immediate impact in his first career start at then-No. 6 Missouri (9/6)...Registered two tackles for loss in that game... Intercepted passes in consecutive weeks, vs. Tennessee State (10/25) and eventual OVC champion Eastern Kentucky (11/1)...Finished second on the team in interception return yards (61)... Had at least five tackles in nine games...Broke up a pass in fourstraight games (10/18-11/8)...Registered a career-high 12 tackles and broke up a pass at Eastern Illinois (10/18 ... Had 10 tackles (8 solo) and returned an interception 38 yards vs. Eastern Kentucky (11/1)... Posted six tackles and forced a fumble late in the fourth quarter during Southeast’s come-from-behind win vs. Southwest Baptist (8/28)...Collected six tackles and returned an interception 23 yards vs. Tennessee State (10/25). 4High School: Was a third-team all-state offensive lineman at Poplar Bluff High School...Named all-conference, all-district and all-region as a linebacker and left guard...Ranked second on the team with 78 tackles as a senior...Garnered all-state honors in track and field and was a member of the wrestling team. 4Personal: Born October 24, 1989...Majors in General Studies... Son of Dan and Valerie Klaproth...His mother is a Southeast graduate...Favorite NFL player is Ray Lewis...Favorite musical artist is Tim McGraw...Toughest individual he has ever competed against is Kansas City Chiefs seventh-round draft choice and former Tennessee State running back Javarris Williams...Was also recruited by Missouri State and Missouri Southern. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Defense 2008

G GS UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 12 10 30 46 76 2.0 2 0 0 2-61 7 1 0

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FRANK KNIGHTS GUARD 6-1, 300, Junior (3) Aptos, Calif. Aptos H.S. Cabrillo CC

Defense 2007 2008 TOTALS

G 11 12 23

GS 0 1 1

UA 4 11 15

A 8 9 17

Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 12 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 20 2.0 2 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 32 2.0 2 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

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4Cabrillo CC: Played two seasons...Named a first-team all-Golden Gate Conference offensive lineman as a sophomore...Was an honorable mention all-conference honoree as a freshman...Teammate of Southeast safety Taylor West...Coached by Bill Garrison. 4High School: Named the top lineman in his conference as a senior at Aptos High School...Garnered first-team all-conference laurels as a junior and senior...Voted Senior Athlete-of-the-Year...Also played lacrosse, wrestled and threw the shot put and discus in track and field. 4Personal: Born May 2, 1989...Majors in General Studies...Son of Frank and Jennifer Knights...Was also recruited by North Dakota, New Hampshire and Portland State.

MAURICE LYLES DEFENSIVE TACKLE 6-1, 300, Junior (3) Jersey City, N.J. Henry Snyder H.S.

DOMINIC MALDONADO OFFENSIVE TACKLE

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42008: Saw action in all 12 games and made one start at defensive tackle...Finished the year with 20 tackles (11 solo), including two for loss...Had a career-high five tackles, including one for loss vs. Southwest Baptist (8/28)...Made first career start at Eastern Illinois (10/18). 42007: Played in all 11 games...Registered 12 tackles (4 solo)... 2009 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE FOOTBALL Recorded a season-high three tackles vs. Murray State (10/20)...Made first career tackle at Cincinnati (8/30). 4High School: Tabbed first-team all-county by the Jersey Journal as a defensive lineman at Henry Snyder High School...Was secondteam all-county by the Star Ledger and Hudson Reporter...Recorded 56 tackles, 23 solo stops, eight tackles for loss, six sacks and recovered four fumbles as a senior...Played in New Jersey North vs. South AllStar Game...Coached by Keith Price...Was second-team all-county in track and field. 4Personal: Born July 23, 1988...Majors in Sociology...Son of Deborah Andrews...Nickname is “Ju-Ju”...Enjoys playing PlayStation 2...Favorite musical artists are Ne-Yo and Alicia Keys...Favorite NFL team is the Kansas City Chiefs...Favorite NFL player is Larry Johnson.

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6-4, 315, Freshman (2) Eureka, Mo. Eureka H.S. Arkansas

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42008 (Arkansas): Redshirted as a preferred walk-on. 4High School: Was a all-state, all-metro and all-conference offensive guard at Eureka High School, the Suburban South Conference champions...Landed a spot on the Scout.com All-Missouri roster...coached by Farrell Shelton...Also wrestled and played golf and was an honor roll student. 4Personal: Born January 18, 1990...Majors in General Studies... Son of Andrew Parsons and Gina Mary...Was also recruited by Kansas and Kansas State.

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RETURNEES PATRICK MALONEY LINEBACKER 6-0, 220, Junior (4) Fair Oaks, Calif. Del Campo H.S.

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42008: Redshirted after suffering a season-ending ankle injury... Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 42007: Started six of the first seven games of the season...Missed the last four games due to a shoulder injury...Had 16 tackles (7 solo)... Posted three unassisted tackles, including one for loss at Samford (9/22)... Assisted on a sack vs. Eastern Illinois (9/29)...Also registered two quarterback hurries. 42006: Saw limited action...Recorded 19 tackles (13 solo)...Finished with a career-high eight tackles at Jacksonville State (9/16). 4High School: Three-time all-conference selection at Del Campo High School...Was the top student-athlete in 2004...Also participated in track and field. 4Personal: Born March 22, 1988...Majors in Health Management... Son of Michael and Lisa Maloney...Enjoys snowboarding...Favorite NFL player is Ray Lewis...Was also recruited by Fresno State, Cal Poly, Stony Brook, Augustana and St. Francis. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Defense G GS 2006 10 0 2007 7 6 2008 Redshirted TOTALS 17 6

UA 13 7 - 20

A 6 9 - 15

Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 19 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 16 1.5 5 0.5 4 0-0 2 0 0 - - - - - - - - 35 1.5 5 0.5 4 0-0 2 0 0

JACOB MCKINLEY RUNNING BACK 5-8, 170, Sophomore (2) Maryland Heights, Mo. Parkway North H.S.

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42008: Broke Southeast’s single-season record in kick return yardage...Played in all 12 games, primarily as a kick returner...Finished second on the team with 538 all-purpose yards, averaging 67.2 yards per game...Returned a team-high 35 kickoffs for 785 yards (22.4 ypr)...Returned four punts for 40 yards...Had a career-long 85-yard kickoff return at Indiana State (9/27), the longest kickoff return by a Southeast player since 2004...Registered a career-high 134 kick return yards on five returns -- one which went for 53 yards -- at Austin Peay (11/22)...Ran back four kickoffs for 109 yards at then-No. 6

Missouri (9/6)...Posted a career-long 33-yard punt return at Eastern Illinois (10/18)...Saw time as a reserve running back in the first five games...Carried the ball 21 times for 76 yards and one touchdown... Had a career-high 49 yards on 10 rushing attempts in college debut vs. Southwest Baptist (8/28). 4High School: Was an all-state running back and kick returner at Parkway North High School...Finished his senior season with 535 yards rushing and seven touchdowns in seven games...Returned nine punts, one of which went for a 60-yard touchdown...Recorded three 100-yard rushing games...Ran for 141 yards and two touchdowns against Parkway West during a nationally televised game on ESPNU ...Had 29 tackles, one sack and one interception as a defensive back... Ran for 1,227 yards and 14 touchdowns on 218 carries as a junior... Averaged 102 rushing yards and collected six 100-yard games that year... Scored a career-high four rushing touchdowns against University City...Caught five passes for 164 yards in 2007...Made 20 tackles (17 solo) and intercepted a pass on defense...Returned two punts for touchdowns...Helped lead his team to a conference title and 11-1 record as a junior...Coached by Bob Bunton...Also played basketball. 4Personal: Born August 5, 1989...Major is undecided...Enjoys playing video games, listening to music and watching ESPN SportsCenter...Favorite NFL player is Barry Sanders...Favorite musical artist is Lil’ Wayne...Was also recruited by Missouri Western. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Rushing 2008 Receiving 2008 Returns 2008

G GS Att 12 0 21 G GS 12 0 G GS KR 12 0 35

Yds TD Lg 76 1 20 Rec Yds 4 11 Yds Avg TD 785 22.4 0

Avg/C Avg/G 3.6 6.3 TD Lg Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 0 8 0.3 2.8 0.9 Lg PR Yds Avg TD Lg 85 4 40 10.0 0 33

SEAN MIDDLETON GUARD 6-3, 305, Junior (4) Los Angeles, Calif. John C. Fremont H.S.

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42008: Saw action in 10 games and started five at left guard. 42007: Played in 10 games, starting six at left guard. 42006: Redshirted. 4High School: Earned Most Valuable Player honors at John C. Fremont High School...Coached by John Washington...Also played volleyball and was on the track and field team...Honor Roll student. 4Personal: Born June 21, 1988...Majors in Political Science...Son of Radman and Gilda Middleton...Was also recruited by Fresno State, San Jose State, Baylor, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington and Washington State.

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RETURNEES WALTER PEOPLES WIDE RECEIVER 6-2, 210, Senior (4) Glendale, Ariz. Independence H.S.

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2009 Preseason All-Ohio Valley Conference pick. 42008: Named second-team all-OVC after leading the conference with 903 receiving yards and 75.2 yards per game...Finished third in the OVC with 65 receptions...Averaged 5.4 receptions per game ... Became just the seventh player in Redhawks football history to catch over 60 passes in a season and the first to accomplish the feat since Willie Ponder in 2003...Caught at least five passes in nine of his 12 games played...Had a career-high eight receptions at then-No. 6 Missouri (9/6) and versus OVC champion Eastern Kentucky (11/1)... Posted a career-best 154 receiving yards vs. Eastern Kentucky (11/1)... Hauled in seven catches for 89 yards and caught a clutch touchdown pass in the Redhawks overtime victory vs. Tennessee State (10/25)... Made six catches for 110 yards and had a career-long 49-yard touchdown reception at Jacksonville State (10/4)...Had a career-high two touchdowns at Austin Peay (11/22)...Ran the ball three times for 11 yards. 42007: Played in all 11 games and made two starts at safety (rover) before switching to wide receiver prior to the UT Martin (10/27) game... Made the first two receptions of his career for 17 yards apiece in his debut as a wide receiver against the Skyhawks...Caught five passes for 69 yards and one touchdown on the year...Averaged 13.8 yards per catch...Hauled in a season-long 25-yard reception for first career touchdown vs. Austin Peay (11/3)...Made 22 tackles (13 solo), recorded 2.5 tackles for loss and broke up two passes on defense...Registered a career-high nine tackles at Cincinnati (8/30)...Collected four tackles, including two for loss and a sack vs. Indiana State (9/15). 42006: Played in 10 games, mainly on special teams...Recorded 11 tackles, including a season-high four at then-No. 17 Arkansas (10/14) ... made first career tackle for loss at Tennessee State (11/11)... 2009a fumble SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE FOOTBALL Recovered vs. Tennessee Tech (11/18). 4High School: Garnered all-state honors as a defensive back at Independence High School...Was all-region as both a defensive back and running back...Coached by Kelley Moore...Also played basketball and participated in track and field. 4Personal: Born May 4, 1988...Majors in General Studies...Son of Walt and Janel Peoples...Favorite NFL player is Anquan Boldin... Was also recruited by Rutgers, Nebraska-Omaha, Northern Arizona and Texas-El Paso. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Receiving 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS

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G 10 11 12 33

GS 0 2 12 14

Rec 0 5 65 70

Yds 0 69 903 972

TD 0 1 6 7

Lg 0 25 49 49

Rushing 2008 Defense 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS

G 12 G 10 11 12 33

GS 12 GS 0 2 12 14

Att 3 UA 9 13 2 24

Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G 11 0 9 3.7 0.9 A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds 2 11 1.0 3 0 0 9 22 2.5 5 1.0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 11 35 3.5 8 1.0 3

INT PD FF FR 0-0 2 0 1 0-0 2 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 4 0 1

TREY PORTER RUNNING BACK 5-9, 200, Junior (3) Malden, Mo. Malden H.S. Missouri Valley College

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4Junior College: Spent the last two years at Missouri Valley College. 4High School: All-conference, all-district and all-region selection at Malden High School...Was his team’s leading rusher for three years and top scorer for two seasons...Also played cornerback...Coached by Gary Blaylock...Was part of back-to-back state championship teams in track and field...Honor Roll student with a 3.3 grade point average ...History Award recipient. 4Personal: Redshirted as a walk-on...Named to the Tiger Club after fashioning a 3.0 grade point average for the fall semester. 4High School: Born September 16, 1988...Majors in Education... Son of Jessie and Brenda Porter...Enjoys building cars...Favorite NFL player is Ray Lewis...Favorite musical artist is Ice Cube...Was also recruited by Arkansas State, Missouri State and Missouri Southern...Is also a member of the Redhawks track and field team.

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.5 13.8 6.3 5.4 13.9 75.2 2.1 13.9 29.5

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RETURNEES SALIM POWELL CORNERBACK

DUSTIN POWELL QUARTERBACK

5-9, 180, Senior (4) Willingboro, N.J. Willingboro H.S.

6-2, 215, Senior (4) Bakersfield, Calif. Bakersfield Christian H.S. Bakersfield CC

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42008: Saw action in nine games, primarily on special teams... Notched three tackles (two solo)...Made Southeast Missouri State debut at quarterback in the closing minutes at then-No. 6 Missouri (9/6)...Completed his first career pass for seven yards...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 4Bakersfield CC: Completed 19-of-29 passes for 256 yards and one touchdown over his two-year career junior college career...Scored one rushing touchdown...Played for a Renegades team that finished a combined 23-3 and won back-to-back Western State Conference Mountain Division Championships in two years...Bakersfield CC was ranked No. 1 in the nation for 11 weeks during the 2007 season... Played behind the nation’s top junior college quarterback, Jacob Bower, who signed with Tulsa...Played for American Community College Football Coaches Association Coach-of-the-Year Jeff Chudy...Made the Dean’s List every semester. 4High School: Two-time all-conference pick at Bakersfield Christian High School...Was his team’s Most Valuable Player...Played four positions, including quarterback, safety, outside linebacker and defensive end...Coached by Dan Thiessen...Also played basketball... Made the Honor Roll every semester and was a History Award recipient. 4Personal: Born December 26, 1986...Majors in General Studies... Son of Keith and Renee Powell...Has an older brother, K.J., and three younger sisters, Rebekah, Stephanie and Jennifer...Enjoys all sports and reading...Is involved with the Campus Outreach Program... Favorite NFL team is the Dallas Cowboys...Favorite NFL player is Emmitt Smith...Favorite musical artist is Third Day...Biggest athletic influence is his father, Keith, who inspired him to play sports. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Passing 2008 Rushing 2008 Defense 2008

G 9 G 9 G 9

GS Att Cmp Int Yds TD Lg Pct. Avg/G Effic 0 2 1 0 7 0 7 50.0 0.8 79.4 GS Att Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G 0 2 0 0 -1 -0.5 -0.1 GS UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

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42008: Saw action in all 12 games and made eight starts at cornerback...Registered 24 tackles (16 solo), forced a fumble and broke up one pass...Posted a career-high five tackles, all unassisted, vs. Southwest Baptist (8/28)... Had four tackles to go along with his first career forced fumble against Missouri State (9/20). 42007: Started 10 of 11 games at cornerback...Made 25 tackles (17 solo), recovered two fumbles and broke up two passes...Intercepted a pass and recovered a fumble vs. Murray State (10/20)...Had a seasonhigh four tackles (three solo) vs. Eastern Illinois (9/29)...Returned a fumble recovery five yards at Cincinnati (8/30). 42006: Played in 10 games and made four starts in the secondary as a true freshman...Collected 14 tackles (9 solo)...Returned an interception 15 yards at Austin Peay (9/2), his college debut...Notched a season-high four tackles and broke up a pass vs. Eastern Kentucky (10/21). 4High School: Was an all-conference and all-county defensive back at Willingboro High School...Landed a spot on the Super 100 AllState team...Coached by Nelson Hayspell...Teammate of Southeast linebacker Marvin Anderson...Was also on the track and field team. 4Personal: Born November 3, 1987...Majors in Sport Management...Son of Douglas and Claudia Powell...Favorite NFL player is Emmitt Smith. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Defense 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS

G 10 11 12 33

GS 4 10 8 22

UA 9 17 16 42

A 5 8 8 21

Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD 14 0 0 0 0 1-15 4 25 1.0 2 0 0 1-0 3 24 0 0 0 0 0-0 1 63 1.0 2 0 0 2-15 8

FF FR 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 2

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RETURNEES Also participated in track and field, where he was a state qualifier in the discus as a senior. 4Personal: Born September 26, 1989...Majors in Health Management...Enjoys lifting weights...Favorite musical artist is Kenny Chesney ...Favorite NFL player is Larry Johnson.

JAUNELL PUGH GUARD 6-3, 270, Senior (5) O’Fallon, Ill. O’Fallon H.S.

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Started 17-consecutive games and 21 of the last 22 at right guard. 42008: Started all 12 games at right guard. 42007: Started nine of 10 games at right guard. 42006: Saw limited action after switching from defense to offense midway through the season 42005: Redshirted. 4High School: Earned all-conference and all-metro honors at O’Fallon High School...Ranked among the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Top-10 defensive linemen...Coached by Todd Moeller...Was also on the wrestling team. 4Personal: Born April 29, 1987...Majors in General Studies...Son of Karen Pugh...Enjoys using computers and listening to sports talk radio.

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5-10, 240, Freshman (2) Williamsville, Ill. Williamsville H.S.

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42008: Redshirted. 4High School: Garnered first-team all-conference honors as a senior at Williamsville High school...Was honorable mention allconference as a junior...Named his team’s Most Valuable Lineman and received the team’s Iron Man Award...Coached by Aaron Kunz...

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J.J. SANCHEZ NOSE TACKLE 6-1, 277, Junior (3) Glendale, Ariz. Independence H.S. Glendale CC

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4Glendale CC: Named first-team all-Arizona Community College Athletic Conference and second-team all-Western States Football League as a defensive lineman at Glendale CC...Team finished 8-2 and was ranked seventh in the nation by National Junior College Athletic Association in 2008...Teammate of Southeast offensive lineman Brandon Harris...Coached by Mickey Bell...Presidential Scholarship recipient. 4High School: Was an all-state defensive lineman at Independence High School...Earned all-region honors as an offensive and defensive lineman...Was also a punter...Teammate of Southeast wide receiver Walter Peoples...Coached by Kelley Moore...Heavyweight 4A1 State Champion wrestler...Was regional champion for three-straight years... Pepsi Student-of-the-Month honoree. 4Personal: Born December 5, 1988...Majors in Criminal Justice ...Son of Joe and Lisa Sanchez...His brother, Rudy, played football at Arizona State...Aspires to become an FBI agent...Enjoys working out, playing video games and spending time with his family and fiance... Favorite professional athlete is Steve Nash...Made the Dean’s List for the spring 2009 semester...Was also recruited by Northern Colorado and Charleston Southern.

MATT SCHEIBLE QUARTERBACK 6-1, 200, Sophomore (2) Washington, Mo. Washington H.S.

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42008: Played in 10 games and made two starts at quarterback... Completed 44-of-102 passes for 540 yards and five touchdowns and threw three interceptions...Was the Redhawks third-leading rusher with 63 carries for 254 yards and two touchdowns...Named OVC Newcomer-of-the-Week during the final week of the season after completing a career-high 12-of-24 passes for 195 yards and three touchdowns at Austin Peay (11/22)...Also ran for 73 yards on 17

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RETURNEES carries and had a career-long 21-yard run in that game...Threw for 108 yards (10-of-21) and a touchdown and achieved career-highs in rushing yards (90) and attempts (23) vs. UT Martin (11/15)...Scored first career rushing touchdown when he dove into the corner of the end zone on a 3rd-and-goal in overtime vs. Tennessee State (10/25)... That touchdown was the decisive score...Made first career start under center at Murray State (11/8)...Made his Southeast Missouri State debut at then-No. 6 Missouri (9/6), completing 5-of-13 passes for 46 yards...Threw a career-long 49-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Walter Peoples at Jacksonville State (10/4)...It marked the first touchdown pass of his career...Threw for 54 yards (6-of-16) and gained 40 yards on six carries at Eastern Illinois (10/18)...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 4High School: Garnered first-team all-state honors as a all-purpose player at Washington High School...Was also a first-team all-conference and all-district quarterback...Earned second-team all-state laurels as a defensive back...Threw for 1,732 yards and 19 touchdowns and rushed for 959 yards and 12 TDs as a senior...Registered 59 tackles and four interceptions and recovered two fumbles in 2007... Coached by Jeff Duncan...Third-team all-district honoree in basketball and honorable mention all-conference pick in baseball...Was first-team academic all-conference, as well. 4Personal: Born April 10, 1990...Major is undecided...Son of Duane Scheible and Ann Jenkins...Enjoys playing video games... Favorite professional athlete is Tiger Woods...Grew up a fan of Notre Dame college football...Favorite musical artist is George Strait...Was also recruited by Missouri State and Truman State.

MATT SHANNON CENTER 6-2, 280, Sophomore (2) Washington, Mo. St. Francis Borgia H.S.

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42008: Started two games at left guard...Made first career start at thenNo. 6 Missouri (9/6)...Also played against Tennessee Tech (9/11). 4High School: Three-time all-conference defensive lineman at St. Francis Borgia High School... A two-time all-conference offensive lineman...Made the Sports Writers Press Team on two occasions... Was all-conference as both an offensive and defensive lineman in 2007...Earned all-state and all-metro honors. 4Personal: Born March 22, 1990...Majors in Business Administration...Son of Alex and Kim Shannon...Enjoys playing sports and skiing...Favorite NFL player is Kurt Warner.

DAMIAN SMITH DEFENSIVE END 6-0, 250, Junior (4) Imperial, Mo. Windsor H.S.

CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Passing G GS Att 2008 10 2 102 Rushing G GS Att 2008 10 2 63

Cmp 44 Yds 254

Int 3 TD 2

Yds 540 Lg 21

TD Lg Pct. Avg/G Effic 5 49 43.1 54.0 97.90 Avg/C Avg/G 4.0 25.4

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42008: Saw action in 12 games and made seven starts at defensive end...Registered 31 tackles and finished fifth on the team with six tackles for loss...Tied a career-high six tackles vs. Tennessee State (10/25)...Had five tackles at then-No. 6 Missouri (9/6) and Murray State (11/8). 42007: Played in seven games...Missed four games with an ankle injury...Notched 14 tackles (9 solo), 3.5 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks... Recorded six tackles, three tackles for loss, two sacks, two forced fumbles and recovered a fumble vs. Austin Peay (11/3). 42006: Redshirted as a walk-on. 4High School: Earned first-team all-conference honors as an offensive tackle and defensive end his senior year at Windsor High School...Was a first-team all-conference offensive tackle as a junior. 4Personal: Born November 11, 1987...Majors in Business Administration...Son of Kathy Wolf and Jerry Louis...Enjoys weightlifting...Favorite NFL player is Jevon Kearse...Favorite musical artist is Lil’ Wayne. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Defense G GS 2006 Redshirted 2007 7 0 2008 12 7 TOTALS 19 7

UA - 9 11 20

A - 5 20 25

Total - 14 31 45

TFL - 3.5 6.0 9.5

Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR - - - - - - 15 2.5 14 0-0 1 2 1 22 1.0 9 0-0 1 1 0 37 3.5 23 0-0 2 3 1

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RETURNEES DOUG SPADA KICKER/PUNTER 6-1, 190, Senior (4) Shelby, N.C. Fork Union Military Academy

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2009 Preseason All-Ohio Valley Conference, first-team Sports Network All-American and Consensus Draft Services All-American. 42008: Voted first-team All-American by the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA)...Third-Team Associated Press and Sports Network All-American...Honorable Mention College Sporting News Fabulous 50 All-American...Became only the third player in Southeast Missouri State history to garner All-American honors in multiple seasons, joining punter David Simonhoff (2004-06) and tight end Ray Goodson (2003-04)...Named first-team all-OVC... Ranked third in the nation and led the OVC with an average of 44.7 yards per punt...Punted the ball 47 times for 2,103 yards...Had five touchbacks and dropped 12 of his punts inside the opponent’s 20yardline...Posted 15 punts of 50 or more yards...Boasted a 46.3 yards per punt average in four games...Punted the ball a season-high seven times for 53 yards at then-No. 6 Missouri (9/6)...Had four punts of 50 or more yards, including a 61-yard kick in that game...Kicked a seasonlong 65-yard punt at Indiana State (9/27)...Also handled placekicking and kickoff duties...Made 15-of-24 field goals and connected on multiple field goals in five games...Kicked off 50 times for 3,127 yards, averaging 62.5 yards per kick...Ten of his kickoffs resulted in touchbacks...Split the uprights for a season-long 47-yard field goal vs. both Southwest Baptist (8/28) and Eastern Kentucky (11/1)...Sent two games into overtime when he made a 37-yard field goal as time expired vs. Tennessee State (10/25) and a 47-yard field goal with 1:41 remaining vs. Southwest Baptist (8/28)...Tied a career-high three field goals (47, 33, 19) vs. Eastern Kentucky (11/1)...Set a school record for a kicker/punter with 12 special teams tackles...Collected a career-high three tackles on kickoff coverage vs. Missouri State (9/20). 42007: Named Honorable MISSOURI Mention All-American by The Sports 2009 SOUTHEAST STATE FOOTBALL Network...Garnered first-team all-OVC honors...Punted 59 times for 2,509 yards, averaging 42.5 yards per kick...Placed 27 punts inside the opponent’s 20-yard line...Had a career-long 73-yard punt at Missouri State (11/10)...Had a 65-yard punt vs. Eastern Illinois (9/29)... Made 14-of-22 (63.6 percent) field goals...Made three field goals (38, 27, 26) vs. Eastern Illinois (9/29)...Kicked a career-long 50-yard field goal vs. Murray State (10/20)...Kicked off 49 times for 2,715 yards, averaging 55.4 yards per kick. 42006: Primarily used for kickoffs...Kicked off 36 times for 2,192 yards, with a 60.0 yards per kick average...Recorded a career-high 15 touchbacks...Had a 43-yard punt and made a touchdown-saving tackle on kickoff coverage at then-No. 17 Arkansas (10/14). 4High School: Attended Fork Union Military Academy in 2005-06 ...Prior to that, he went to Shelby High School...Earned Cleveland County Kicker-of-the-Year honors...Was Special Teams Player-of-

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the-Year...Averaged 42 yards per punt and kicked a 55-yard field goal... Coached by Chris Norman...Named Most Valuable Player of his soccer team...Trained for soccer in England with the prestigious Chelsea Football Club...State champion swimmer...NC Scholar. 4Personal: Born December 29, 1986...Majors in General Studies... Son of Doug and Debbie Spada...Was also recruited by Middle Tennessee State and Coastal Carolina...His sister, Leigh, was captain of the Catawba (N.C.) women’s swim team. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE FG/PATs 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS Punting 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS Kickoffs 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS Defense 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS

G 11 11 12 34 G 11 11 12 34 G 11 11 12 34 G 11 11 12 34

GS FG FGA Lg Pct. XP XPA Pct. 0 0 1 - 0.0 0 0 0.0 11 14 22 50 63.6 21 23 91.3 12 15 24 47 62.5 29 30 96.7 23 29 47 50 61.7 50 53 94.3 GS No. Yds Avg Lg TB FC I20 0 1 43 43.0 43 0 0 0 11 59 2509 42.5 73 5 7 27 12 47 2103 44.7 65 5 5 12 23 107 4655 43.5 73 10 12 39 GS No. Yds Avg TB 0 36 2192 60.9 15 11 49 2715 55.4 3 12 50 3127 62.5 10 23 135 8034 59.5 28 GS UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 11 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 12 7 5 12 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 23 11 5 16 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

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42008: Played in eight games and made one start before suffering a season-ending knee injury...Caught 21 passes for 256 yards and one touchdown, averaging 12.2 yards per catch...Had a career-high eight receptions for 93 yards and a 20-yard touchdown vs. Missouri State (9/20)...Hauled in a career-long 44-yard reception vs. Southwest Baptist (8/28). 42007: Played in all 11 games...Third-leading receiver on the team with 16 catches for 181 yards and one touchdown...Caught his first career touchdown, an 11-yard reception, vs. Southwest Baptist (8/30)... Also had a season-long 26-yard catch in that game...Had a season-high three receptions vs. Murray State (10/20) and at Missouri State (11/10) ...Made a big 15-yard catch for a first down late in the Redhawks come-from-behind victory vs. Jacksonville State (11/17)...First career reception went for six yards at Cincinnati (8/30). 42006: Saw limited playing time on special teams. 42005: Redshirted. 4High School: Was a first-team all-district wide receiver at Juan Seguin High School...Coached by Ricky Albus. 4Personal: Born June 3, 1987...Majors in Engineering Technology... Son of Melida Stewart...Favorite NFL player is Mark Clayton. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Receiving 2006 2007 2008 TOTALS

G 4 11 8 23

GS 0 2 1 3

Rec 0 16 21 37

Yds 0 181 256 437

TD 0 1 1 2

Lg 0 26 44 44

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.5 11.3 16.5 2.6 12.2 32.0 1.6 11.8 19.0

JIM VECHIARELLA LINEBACKER 6-0, 220, Junior (4) Festus, Mo. St. Pius X H.S.

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NICK VECHIARELLA QUARTERBACK 6-1, 175, Freshman (2) Festus, Mo. St. Pius X H.S.

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42008: Redshirted as a walk-on. 4High School: Garnered all-conference and all-district honors at St. Pius X High School...Played quarterback, wide receiver and cornerback...Coached by Jerry Woods...Also played basketball and participated in track and field...Four-year Honor Roll student. 4Personal: Born May 15, 1990...Majors in Sport Management... Son of Jim and Lynn Vechiarella...Father, Jim, played football at Murray State...His brother, Jim, plays linebacker for Southeast...Enjoys fishing, basketball and golf...Favorite professional athlete is LeBron James...Was also recruited by Truman State and Missouri Valley.

TAYLOR WEST SAFETY 6-2, 195, Junior (3) Ben Lomond, Calif. San Lorenzo Valley H.S. Cabrillo CC

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4Cabrillo CC: Earned first-team all-conference honors after finishing second in the state with 109 tackles (59 solo), including 4.5 for loss...Was honorable mention all-Nor-Cal and his team’s Most Valuable Player...Returned three interceptions for 36 yards and broke up 11 passes...Led the state with five blocked kicks on special teams ...Teammate of Southeast offensive lineman Frank Knights...Coached by Bill Garrison...Boasted a 3.81 grade point average and was an Academic All-American nominee. 4High School: Tri-County KION 35 Scholar-Athlete-of-the-Year at Son Lorenzo Valley High School...Garnered first-team all-conference and all-county laurels as a defensive back...Also played quarterback and competed in basketball and track and field...Honor Roll student with a 3.98 grade point average.

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RETURNEES 4Personal: Born December 19, 1988...Majors in Health Management...Son of Nevin and Georgia West...Biggest athletic influences are his older brothers, Brandon and Zach...Enjoys snowboarding and spending time at the beach...Favorite professional athletes are Michael Jordan, Muhammad Ali and Lance Armstrong...Favorite musical artists are SOJA, Pepper, The Expendables and Bob Marley...Was also recruited by Cal Poly, San Diego, Hofstra and Wagner.

ABRAHAM WOODARD CORNERBACK 5-10, 180, Junior (3) Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa Memorial H.S. Northeast Okla. A&M

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4Northeast Oklahoma A&M: Played two seasons...Earned all-conference honors at Northeast Oklahoma A&M...Registered 58 tackles (41 solo) and forced one fumble in 2008...Coached by Don Bigby. 4High School: Garnered all-district accolades as a return specialist at Tulsa Memorial High School...Three-time winner of the Hitman Award...Play-of-the-Week recipient...Coached by Mike Adams... Member of 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams which set school records in track...Honor Roll student. 4Personal: Born December 31, 1988...Majors in General Studies...Son of Abraham Woodard and Evelyn Creggett...Favorite NFL player is Steve Smith...Was also recruited by Kansas State, New Mexico, Boise State, Houston, Memphis and Northern Iowa.

42007 (West Los Angeles CC): Played in six games in the secondary at West Los Angeles College...Had 11 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss and an 11-yard interception return in the final game of the season vs. East Los Angeles CC...Also broke up three passes...Gained four yards on one carry vs. Los Angeles Southwest CC. 42006 (Utah): Did not see action. 42005 (Utah): Redshirted as a walk-on. 4High School: Honorable mention all-state and three-time allconference selection...Garnered Detroit Free Press and Detroit News All-East honors...Helped lead his team to a conference championship in 2004...Played safety and running back...Was all-state in the 4x100 relay as a member of the track and field team...Earned academic allstate and all-conference honors. 4Personal: Born September 3, 1986...Majors in Sport Management...Son of James and Deidra Woods...Has a twin brother, Jarrell, who plays running back at Arizona State...Other brother, James, played safety at Weber State...His uncle, Ike Spencer, played running back at Utah in the early 1970s...Biggest athletic influence is his track coach, Chris Seiler...Enjoys playing basketball...Favorite musical artist is Big L...Was also recruited by Nevada, Baylor and Hofstra. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE Defense 2008

G GS UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 12 5 19 29 48 11.0 31 2.5 18 0-0 2 0 1

JOSH WOODS LINEBACKER 5-10, 200, Senior (5) Northville,STATE Mich.FOOTBALL 2009 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Novi H.S. West Los Angeles CC

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42008: Saw action in all 12 games and started six...Moved from cornerback to outside linebacker, where he started the final six games of the season...Registered 48 tackles (19 solo)...Averaged 7.3 tackles per game over his last six starts...Ranked second on the team with 11 tackles for loss, including 2.5 sacks...Recorded a career-high 11 tackles and broke up a pass at Murray State (11/8)...Finished with 10 tackles in back-to-back games vs. Tennessee State (10/25) and Eastern Kentucky (11/1)...Recorded a career-high five tackles for loss vs. Tennessee State (10/25)...Notched five tackles and a sack in first career start at Eastern Illinois (10/18)...Recovered a fumble vs. Missouri State (9/20).

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NEWCOMERS MATT BELL4WR46-241754FRESHMAN (1)4ST. LOUIS, MO. (MARY INSTITUTE AND COUNTRY DAY) Two-time first-team all-conference performer at Mary Institute and Country Day School...St. Louis American Newspaper All-American ...Caught 74 passes for 1,221 yards and 10 touchdowns over his final two prep seasons... Made eight receptions for 122 yards in the 2007 State Championship game... Three-year varsity starter...Carried the ball seven times for 137 yards and one touchdown his senior year ...Also made 23 tackles and intercepted three passes that year...Coached by Josh Smith...Garnered all-state honors in the triple jump ...Was a member of the basketball team, as well. Personal: Born October 9, 1990...Majors in Business Administration...Son of Floyd and Alice Bell... Youngest of 12 children...His brother, Darren, played football and basketball at Missouri Valley...His brother, Aaron, played football at DePauw...Enjoys listening to music and watching movies...Favorite professional athletes are Terrell Owens and Kobe Bryant...Was also recruited by UT Martin and Nebraska-Omaha. TYLOR BROCK4FS46-341954FRESHMAN (1)4ST. LOUIS, MO. (PARKWAY NORTH H.S.) Earned first-team Associated Press All-State accolades at Parkway North High School...Was honorable mention all-Metro and first-team all-Suburban South Conference...Registered 62 tackles (19 solo), four interceptions and two fumble recoveries as a defensive back...Completed 31-of-70 passes for 602 yards and six touchdowns at quarterback...Also ran for 488 yards and six TDs on 72 carries...Caught nine passes for 128 yards and three touchdowns. EVAN CONRAD4G46-3 43054FRESHMAN (1)4COLUMBIA, MO. (HICKMAN H.S.) Named first-team Class 6 All-State as an offensive and defensive lineman at Hickman High School...Also earned all-district and all-conference honors... Two-year starter on both sides of the ball...Tied for first on the team with six sacks as a senior...Ranked third on the team with 43 tackles in 2008...Coached by Jason Wright...Honor Roll student...Scored a 27 on the ACT...Was also recruited by Illinois State, Northern Iowa and Miami-Ohio. MIKE FLASH4C46-142954FRESHMAN (1)4LAUDERHILL, FLA. (NORTHEAST H.S.) Ranked the No. 2 center in the state at Northeast High School...Broward AllStar...Also played defensive tackle...Coached by Adam Ratkevich...Selected to play on National Rugby team and was a member of the wrestling team. Personal: Born July 21, 1991...Son of Keith and Jacqueline Flash...Majors in Hospitality Management...Enjoys cooking and aspires to be a chef ...Favorite NFL player is Brian Dawkins...Favorite musical artist is Biggie Smalls...Was also recruited by Florida Atlantic, Florida International, South Florida, West Virginia, Connecticut, Ohio, Central Connecticut State and Eastern Illinois. D.J. FOSTER4WR46-441854FRESHMAN (1)4JOLIET, ILL. (JOLIET WEST H.S.) Made 28 receptions for 405 yards and three touchdowns as a senior at Joliet West High School...Also saw playing time as a defensive back...Coached by Jason Aubrey...Was a member of the basketball team. Personal: Born June 17, 1991...Majors in Pre-Med...Son of Derrick and Tracy Foster...Favorite NFL player is Larry Fitzgerald...Favorite musical artist is Lil’ Wayne...Was also recruited by Northern Iowa and Illinois State. BRANDON GABBARD4LS46-542704FRESHMAN (1)4PEORIA, ARIZ. (MOUNTAIN RIDGE H.S.) Joins the Redhawks from Mountain Ridge High School...Is expected to handle the long snapping duties this season...Snapped to current UCLA punter Jeff Locke during his prep career.

DREW GELDBACH4K46-042054FRESHMAN (1)4WILDWOOD, MO. (EUREKA H.S./MISSOURI) Attended Missouri, but did not play football....Second-team all-state kicker at Eureka High School...Earned first-team all-conference and all-metro honors as a kicker...Second-team all-conference honoree as a punter... Teammate of Southeast offensive lineman Dominic Maldonado...Coached by Farrell Shelton...Also played baseball and soccer...Honor Roll student and member of the Character Education Committee. Personal: Born July 3, 1989...Majors in Business Administration...Son of Larry and Patricia Geldbach...Favorite NFL player is Sebastian Janikowski...Was also recruited by Central Missouri. DEREK GIBSON4QB46-342054FRESHMAN (1)4BONNE TERRE, MO. (NORTH COUNTY H.S.) Three-year starting quarterback at North County High School...Garnered all-district and all-conference honors...Earned his team’s Most Valuable Player Award...Team captain...Coached by David Leeds...Was a all-conference, all-district and offensive MVP in baseball...National Honor Society and National Society of High School Scholars member...Ranked third in his class academically. Personal: Born February 25, 1991...Majors in Biology...Son of David and Lisa Gibson...Enjoys hunting, fishing, skiing and skateboarding...Favorite professional athlete is Derek Jeter...Favorite musical artists are Luke Bryan and Taylor Swift...Was also recruited by Pennsylvania, Princeton and Truman State. NATHAN JONES4G46-2 4278 4FRESHMAN (1)4WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. (SUNCOAST H.S.) Garnered all-conference and all-region honors as a lineman at Suncoast Community High School...Played offense and defense...Coached by G. Alan Williams...Also played basketball...Named to the Principal’s Honor Roll. Personal: Born April 4, 1991...Majors in Criminal Justice...Son of Dawn Jones...His sister, Rachel, graduated from Central Florida and sister, Natalie, currently attends Central Florida...Enjoys fishing...Favorite musical artists are Luther Vandross and Beyonce. D.T. LESANE4TE46-242104FRESHMAN (1)4WASHINGTON, D.C. (DUNBAR H.S.) Named honorable mention by the Washington Post...Caught 16 passes for 218 yards and five touchdowns as a senior...Made 16 receptions for 250 yards and two TDs as a junior...Also saw action at defensive end...Teammate of Southeast newcomer Tyree White...Coached by Craig Jeffries...Was an all-conference selection in basketball...MVP of 2008 DCIAA Basketball Championship...Member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Personal: Major is undecided...Was also recruited by Maryland, Michigan State, North Carolina, Penn State, Syracuse, Virginia, Eastern Michigan and Temple. JUSTIN LOVE4DE46-4 42054FRESHMAN (1)4ST. JOSEPH, MO. (CENTRAL H.S.) Three-year starter as a defensive end at Central High School...Also saw action at tight end and wide receiver...Registered 65 tackles (43 solo), five sacks, three tackles for loss and three fumble recoveries as a senior...Caught nine passes for 100 yards, two touchdowns and one 2-point conversion as a senior...Had 43 tackles (32 solo), five sacks, 11 tackles for loss, two forced fumbles and one blocked kick as a junior...Posted 51 tackles (29 solo), two sacks, five tackles for loss and recovered a fumble his sophomore year. Personal: Born May 23, 1991...Major is undecided...Son of Jacqueline Love and Anthony Jenkins...Was also recruited by Missouri Western and Northwest Missouri State.

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NEWCOMERS COLT MCCAULEY4DT46-142554FRESHMAN (1)4MARLOW, OKLA. (MARLOW H.S.) Earned all-state, all-district and all-conference accolades as a defensive tackle at Marlow High School...Landed a spot on the Oklahoma 3A All-Star Team ...Named Duncan Banner All-Area Lineman-of-the-Year...Was on the Oklahoma Football Coaches Association All-Star roster...Seven-time KFXI Player-of-the-Week...Teammate of his brother Rowdy, who also signed with Southeast...Ranked as the No. 1 3A heavyweight wrestler in Oklahoma... Earned all-area honors in baseball...Member of the National Honor Society and Principal’s Honor Roll. Personal: Born October 22, 1990...Majors in Education...Son of David and Tracey McCauley...Brother, Rowdy, is a defensive end for Southeast...Sister, Amanda, ran cross country at Soutwestern Oklahoma State...Was also recruited by Central Oklahoma, Emporia State, Northern Iowa and Pittsburg State. ROWDY MCCAULEY4DE46-2 42304SOPHOMORE (3)4MARLOW, OKLA. (MARLOW H.S.) Was a all-state, all-conference and all-district defensive end at Marlow High School...Placed on Oklahoma 3A All-Star Team...2006 District 3A-2 Defensive Player of the Year...Eight-time KFXI Player of the Week...Teammate of his brother, Colt, who also signed with Southeast...Coached by Matt Weber...National Honor Society member...Also played baseball. Personal: Born January 26, 1989...Majors in Business...Son of David and Tracey McCauley...Enjoys playing ping pong and bowling...Favorite NFL player is Wes Welker...Favorite musical artists are Johnny Cash and Carrie Underwood...Was also recruited by Northern Iowa, Pittsburg State, Central Oklahoma and Arkansas Tech. ART MUELLER4TE46-4 42304FRESHMAN (1)4EUREKA, MO. (EUREKA H.S.) Earned second-team all-state accolades as a tight end at Eureka High School...Garnered first-team all-Suburban South Conference laurels... Rockwood School District Athlete-of-the-Year...Caught 20 passes for 147 yards and one touchdown as a senior...Made nine receptions for 119 yards and two touchdowns as a junior...Had 15 tackles and two sacks on defense as a senior...Teammate of Southeast offensive lineman Dominic Maldonado ...Coached by Farrell Shelton...Renaissance and Character Award recipient ...Honor Roll student...Was a member of the 100-meter relay team in track and field...Member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Personal: Born September 14, 1990...Major is undecided...Son of Arthur and Shirley Ann Mueller...His father, Arthur, was a high school football coach for 20 years... Enjoys lifting weights, fishing and playing video games...Favorite NFL player is Jason Witten...Lists teammate Blake Peiffer as the toughest player he has competed against...Favorite musical artists are A Day to Remember and Paramore...Was also recruited byMISSOURI Missouri, Kansas, Kansas State, 2009 SOUTHEAST STATE FOOTBALL Northern Iowa, Northern Illinois, Murray State, Arkansas State and Northwest Missouri State.

CRAIG ROBINSON4G46-243104FRESHMAN (1)4HAYTI, MO. (HAYTI H.S.) Named all-state, all-region, all-district and all-conference as an offensive guard and defensive tackle at Hayti High School...Coached by David Gilmore...Played at the same high school as Atlanta Falcons second-round draft pick and former Missouri safety Willie Moore...Was State Champion in the shot put with a throw of 55’3”...President of National Honor Society and Honor Roll student. Personal: Born October 23, 1989...Majors in Pre-Med...Son of Linda Kyles...Favorite NFL player is Reggie Bush...Was also recruited by Missouri, Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Purdue, Vanderbilt, Stanford, Arkansas State and Ball State. NICK SHORTAL4LB46-142104FRESHMAN (1)4ST. LOUIS, MO. (MARY INSTITUTE AND COUNTRY DAY) Was a all-state and all-Metro linebacker at Mary Institute and Country Day... Named all-conference as a running back...Ran the 4x100 and 4x200 relays in track and field. Personal: Born June 29, 1990...Majors in Sport Management... Son of Jim and Karen Shortal...Was also recruited by Miami (Ohio), Murray State, Tennessee-Martin, Dayton, DePauw and Denison. BRANDEN SPANN4FS46-241754FRESHMAN (1)4JERSEY CITY, N.J. (JAMES J. FERRIS H.S.) Was a second-team all-county safety at James J. Ferris High School...Recorded 38 tackles and three interceptions as a senior...Team captain of four City Championship teams...Teammate of Southeast wide receiver Chantae Ahamefule and running back Isiah Dixon...Coached by Wilber Valdez...Also playe basketball... Honor Roll student. Personal: Born April 25, 1991...Major is undecided...Son of Kenneth and Loreen Spann...Enjoys playing basketball...Favorite NFL player is LaDainian Tomlinson...Favorite musical artists are Ne-Yo and Beyonce...Was also recruited by Albany, Southern Connecticut and New Haven. JUSTIN WOODLIEF4LB46-342404JUNIOR (4)4SANTA CRUZ, CALIF. (SOQUEL H.S./CABRILLO CC/SAN JOSE STATE) Attended Cabrillo College and San Jose State before joining the Southeast football program...Was the Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League Defensive Player of the Year in a 2005 and 2006 First-Team JCFootball.com All-Coast Conference selection at Cabrillo...Had 87 tackles, two interceptions, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery in two seasons at Cabrillo...Earned Defensive Player of the Year and first-team all-conference honors at Soquel High School. Personal: Born July 26, 1988...Majors in General Studies and Criminal Justice...Son of Duane and Jeannine Woodlief...Was also recruited by Iowa State, BYU, South Carolina, Fresno State, Sacramento State and Tennessee-Martin.

BLAKE PEIFFER4LB46-142254FRESHMAN (1)4JACKSON, MO. (JACKSON H.S.) Two-time first-team all-state and all-conference linebacker at Jackson High School...Southeast Missourian Player-of-the-Year after leading the region with 162 tackles as a senior...Registered 17 tackles for loss and returned one interception for a touchdown...Team captain as a senior...Led his team to the state semifinals...Was his team’s leading tackler for three-consecutive seasons ...Collected 112 tackles as a junior...Also saw action on the offensive line... Teammate of Southeast tight end Antonio Garritano...Coached by Van Hitt and Carl Gross...Placed fifth in the 2007 State Wrestling Tournament. Personal: Major is undecided...Son of Dan and Connie Peiffer... Father, Dan, played center at Southeast during the 1970s and is a member of the school’s Hall of Fame...He went on to play in the NFL for the Chicago Bears and Washington Redskins...His sister, Amanda, attends Missouri.

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LB Nick Stauffer led Southeast Missouri State and ranked fourth in the nation with a single-season school record 150 tackles in 2008. Stauffer finished with double-digit tackles in eight games and recorded 20 or more on two occasions. He was a first-team all-Ohio Valley Conference pick.


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DATE

08-28-08 09-06-08 09-11-08 09-20-08 09-27-08 10-04-08 10-18-08 10-25-08 11-01-08 11-08-08 11-15-08 11-22-08

OPPONENT SOUTHWEST BAPTIST at #6 Missouri TENNESSEE TECH* MISSOURI STATE at Indiana State at #22 Jacksonville State* at Eastern Illinois* #19 TENNESSEE STATE* EASTERN KENTUCKY* at Murray State* #16 UT MARTIN* at Austin Peay*

RECORD OVERALL ALL GAMES (4-8) CONFERENCE (2-6) NON-CONFERENCE (2-2)

W/L W (OT) L L L W L L W (OT) L L L W

SCORE 35-28 3-52 27-29 28-45 24-21 17-38 21-24 27-20 16-29 10-17 21-31 33-30

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

HOME (2-4) (1-3) (1-1)

AWAY (2-4) (1-3) (1-1)

NEUTRAL (0-0) (0-0) (0-0)

ATTENDANCE 5,475 62,305 6,110 8,250 5,283 8,917 5,942 9,750 3,420 2,848 1,759 2,317

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HOME GAMES IN CAPS * - Ohio Valley Conference Game EFENSIVE STATISTICS D Blkd GP S A T TFL Sacks Int-Yds BrUp FR FF Kick 53 Stauffer, Nick 12 60 90 150 10.0-29 2.5-17 1-21 4 2-0 3 . 2 Anderson, Vincent 12 36 45 81 2.0-2 . 1-10 4 3-2 . . 48 Klaproth, Philip 12 30 46 76 1.5-2 . 2-61 4 . 1 . 31 Calvin, Eddie 12 37 32 69 3.5-6 . 4-74 8 1-0 1 . 57 Ketelsleger, Nick 12 20 35 55 6.5-25 3.0-20 . 1 . . . 9 Blanfort, Bryan 12 20 34 54 3.5-7 0.5-3 3-31 4 . . . 4 Woods, Josh 12 19 29 48 7.5-31 2.5-18 . 1 1-0 . . 8 Magana, Kendall 10 20 26 46 1.5-5 . 2-31 3 1-0 . . 80 Gugler, Ben 12 14 27 41 11.5-51 6.5-42 . 2 . . . 1 Anderson, Victor 12 15 25 40 2.5-6 . . 3 . . . 24 Anderson, Marvin 7 13 21 34 0.5-2 . . . 1-0 1 . 47 Stahlberg, Matt 12 12 19 31 3.0-7 . . 1 . 1 . 94 Smith, Damian 12 11 20 31 4.5-22 1.0-9 . . . 1 . 90 Vaivao, Hannibal 12 11 20 31 2.0-9 1.0-8 . . . . . 29 Powell, Salim 12 16 8 24 . . . 1 . 1 . 38 Jackson, Joshua 12 13 9 22 0.5-1 . . . . 1 . 72 Lyles, Maurice 12 11 9 20 2.0-2 . . . . . . 12 Castro, William 10 4 8 12 0.5-0 . . . . . . 77 McCrary, Brandon 8 3 9 12 . . . . . . . 46 Spada, Doug 12 7 5 12 . . . . . . . 99 Taloa, Ryan 11 4 7 11 2.5-11 1.0-7 . . 1-0 . . 13 Bowen, Aris 12 6 3 9 . . . . . . 1 42 Bax, Davis 8 3 4 7 1.0-3 . . . . . . 95 Goodson, Jared 5 1 5 6 . . . . . . . 92 Brown, Quentin 10 4 2 6 . . . 1 . . . 44 Adams, Andrew 10 4 2 6 . . . . . . . 93 Buck, Zack 10 3 2 5 0.5-3 . . . . . . 25 Grass, Nathan 12 3 1 4 . . . . . . . 11 Powell, Dustin 9 2 1 3 . . . . . . . 20 Grassi, Nick 10 2 . 2 . . . . . . . 22 Gist, Daryl 7 2 . 2 . . . . . . . 54 Evans, Devin 7 1 1 2 . . . . . . . 56 Anderson, Robert 4 1 1 2 1.0-3 . . . . . . 91 Aliifua, Errick 11 1 1 2 . . . . . . . 61 James, Matt 9 1 1 2 . . . . . . . 23 Harris, Henry 10 2 . 2 . . . . . . . 15 Peoples, Walter 12 2 . 2 . . . . . . . 37 Reese, Alfred 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . 78 Pugh, Jaunell 12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . 19 Cottner, Kris 3 1 . 1 . . . . . . . 88 Farmer, Ashton 8 . 1 1 . . . . . . . 87 Edwards, Miles 12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . 96 Brame, Courtney 6 . 1 1 . . . . . . . 83 Ahamefule, Chantae 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . 18 Scheible, Matt 10 1 . 1 . . . . . . . 69 Brown, Jason 12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . 16 Stewart, Brad 9 . 1 1 . . . . . . . 27 Jones, Mike 9 . 1 1 . . . . . . . TM TEAM 7 . . . . . . . . . .

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SEMO OPP SCORING 262 364 Points Per Game 21.8 30.3 FIRST DOWNS 226 254 Rushing 74 122 Passing 127 117 Penalty 25 15 RUSHING YARDAGE 1170 2182 Yards gained rushing 1511 2424 Yards lost rushing 341 242 Rushing Attempts 408 459 Average Per Rush 2.9 4.8 Average Per Game 97.5 181.8 TDs Rushing 14 23 PASSING YARDAGE 2614 2521 Att-Comp-Int 398-211-16 355-236-13 Average Per Pass 6.6 7.1 Average Per Catch 12.4 10.7 Average Per Game 217.8 210.1 TDs Passing 17 15 TOTAL OFFENSE 3784 4703 Total Plays 806 814 Average Per Play 4.7 5.8 Average Per Game 315.3 391.9 KICK RETURNS: #-YARDS 63-1369 38-884 PUNT RETURNS: #-YARDS 14-102 26-405 INT RETURNS: #-YARDS 13-228 16-322 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 21.7 23.3 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 7.3 15.6 INT RETURN AVERAGE 17.5 20.1 FUMBLES-LOST 21-9 16-10 PENALTIES-YARDS 80-597 98-901 Average Per Game 49.8 75.1 PUNTS-YARDS 52-2121 45-1591 Average Per Punt 40.8 35.4 Net punt average 31.1 32.6 TIME OF POSSESSION/GAME 28:56 31:04 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS 59/163 53/147 3rd-Down Pct 36% 36% 4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS 8/21 11/19 4th-Down Pct 38% 58% SACKS BY-YARDS 18-124 28-189 MISC YARDS 0 14 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 31 46 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 15-24 14-23 ON-SIDE KICKS 2-4 0-0 RED-ZONE SCORES 32-45 71% 35-46 76% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS 21-45 47% 25-46 54% PAT-ATTEMPTS 29-30 97% 44-45 98% ATTENDANCE 34764 87612 Games/Avg Per Game 6/5794 6/14602 Neutral Site Games - 0/0 SCORE BY QUARTER 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Southeast Missouri 13 64 42 129 14 262 Opponents 103 100 86 75 0 364

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FINAL STATISTICS RUSHING

GP Holloman, Tim 7 Harris, Henry 10 Scheible, Matt 10 Jones, Mike 9 McKinley, Jacob 12 Peoples, Walter 12 Reese, Alfred 11 Grass, Nathan 12 Grassi, Nick 10 Watley, Robert 3 Powell, Dustin 9 Stewart, Brad 9 TEAM 7 Spada, Doug 12 Lillard, Houston 11 Total...................12 Opponents........12

A Gain Loss Net 128 454 34 420 76 352 34 318 63 299 45 254 45 185 11 174 21 83 7 76 3 11 0 11 1 8 0 8 3 7 1 6 2 3 0 3 5 6 7 -1 2 0 1 -1 1 0 3 -3 5 0 8 -8 2 1 13 -12 51 102 177 -75 408 1511 341 1170 459 2424 242 2182

PASSING GP Effic Lillard, Houston 11 120.97 Scheible, Matt 10 97.90 TEAM 7 0.00 Powell, Dustin 9 79.40 Total.................. 12 114.24 Opponents....... 12 132.75 RECEIVING GP Peoples, Walter 12 Edwards, Miles 12 Williamson, M. 12 Ahamefule, C. 11 Stewart, Brad 9 Holloman, Tim 7 Brown, Bradley 9 Harris, Henry 10 McKinley, Jacob 12 Gist, Daryl 7 Grassi, Nick 10 Reese, Alfred 11 Jones, Mike 9 Grass, Nathan 12 Total..................12 Opponents.......12

No 65 31 30 22 21 11 9 8 4 3 3 2 1 1 211 236

Cmp-Att-Int 166-292-13 44-102-3 0-2-0 1-2-0 211-398-16 236-355-13 Yds 903 432 327 326 256 77 116 64 11 57 26 15 6 -2 2614 2521

Avg 13.9 13.9 10.9 14.8 12.2 7.0 12.9 8.0 2.8 19.0 8.7 7.5 6.0 -2.0 12.4 10.7

FIELD GOALS FGM-A Pct 01-19 Spada, Doug 15-24 62.5 1-1

Avg 3.3 4.2 4.0 3.9 3.6 3.7 8.0 2.0 1.5 -0.2 -0.5 -3.0 -1.6 -6.0 -1.5 2.9 4.8

TD 6 4 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 14 23

Long 26 32 21 18 20 9 8 5 3 6 0 0 0 1 11 32 63

Pct Yds 56.8 2067 43.1 540 0.0 0 50.0 7 53.0 2614 66.5 2521

TD Long 12 80 5 49 0 0 0 7 17 80 15 57

TD 6 3 3 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 15

Avg/G 75.2 36.0 27.2 29.6 28.4 11.0 12.9 6.4 0.9 8.1 2.6 1.4 0.7 -0.2 217.8 210.1

Long 49 80 36 34 44 34 28 17 8 42 12 12 6 4 80 57

Avg/G 60.0 31.8 25.4 19.3 6.3 0.9 0.7 0.5 0.3 -0.3 -0.1 -0.3 -1.1 -1.0 -6.8 97.5 181.8 Avg/G 187.9 54.0 0.0 0.8 217.8 210.1

20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk 5-7 6-9 3-6 0-1 47 1

PUNT RETURNS No. Magana, Kendall 7 McKinley, Jacob 4 Harris, Henry 1 Anderson, Victor 1 Bowen, Aris 1 Total............................14 Opponents.................26

Yds 38 40 0 -9 33 102 405

Avg 5.4 10.0 0.0 -9.0 33.0 7.3 15.6

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Long 11 33 0 0 0 33 64

INTERCEPTIONS No. Calvin, Eddie 4 Blanfort, Bryan 3 Magana, Kendall 2 Klaproth, Philip 2 Stauffer, Nick 1 Anderson, Vincent 1 Total............................13 Opponents.................16

Yds 74 31 31 61 21 10 228 322

Avg 18.5 10.3 15.5 30.5 21.0 10.0 17.5 20.1

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

Long 62 31 22 38 21 10 62 66

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Long 85 54 56 18 43 10 4 85 99

PATs SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Spada, Doug 0 15-24 29-30 0-0 0 Holloman, Tim 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Peoples, Walter 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Harris, Henry 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Edwards, Miles 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Williamson, M. 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Ahamefule, C. 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Scheible, Matt 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Brown, Bradley 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Stewart, Brad 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Lillard, Houtson 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 McKinley, Jacob 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 TEAM 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Total.................... 31 15-24 29-30 0-0 0 Opponents......... 46 14-23 44-45 0-0 1

Pass 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-1

KICK RETURNS No. McKinley, Jacob 35 Harris, Henry 13 Calvin, Eddie 5 Grass, Nathan 4 Watley, Robert 4 Gugler, Ben 1 Reese, Alfred 1 Total............................63 Opponents.................38

ALL PURPOSE GP Peoples, Walter 12 McKinley, Jacob 12 Harris, Henry 10 Holloman, Tim 7 Edwards, Miles 12 Williamson, M. 12 Ahamefule, C. 11 Scheible, Matt 10 Stewart, Brad 9 Calvin, Eddie 12 Jones, Mike 9 Brown, Bradley 9 Watley, Robert 3 Magana, Kendall 10 Klaproth, Philip 12 Gist, Daryl 7 Grass, Nathan 12 Bowen, Aris 12 Blanfort, Bryan 12 Grassi, Nick 10 Reese, Alfred 11 Stauffer, Nick 12 Anderson, Vincent 12 Gugler, Ben 12 Powell, Dustin 9 TEAM 7 Anderson, Victor 12 Spada, Doug 12 Lillard, Houston 11 Total.......................12 Opponents............12

Yds 785 280 143 46 101 10 4 1369 884

Rush 11 76 318 420 0 0 0 254 -3 0 174 0 -1 0 0 0 6 0 0 3 8 0 0 0 -1 -8 0 -12 -75 1170 2182

Avg 22.4 21.5 28.6 11.5 25.2 10.0 4.0 21.7 23.3

Rec 903 11 64 77 432 327 326 0 256 0 6 116 0 0 0 57 -2 0 0 26 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2614 2521

PR 0 40 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38 0 0 0 33 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -9 0 0 102 405

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

Saf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

KOR IR Tot 0 0 914 785 0 912 280 0 662 0 0 497 0 0 432 0 0 327 0 0 326 0 0 254 0 0 253 143 74 217 0 0 180 0 0 116 101 0 100 0 31 69 0 61 61 0 0 57 46 0 50 0 0 33 0 31 31 0 0 29 4 0 27 0 21 21 0 10 10 10 0 10 0 0 -1 0 0 -8 0 0 -9 0 0 -12 0 0 -75 1369 228 5483 884 322 6314

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Pts 74 42 36 24 18 18 12 12 6 6 6 6 2 262 364

Avg/G 76.2 76.0 66.2 71.0 36.0 27.2 29.6 25.4 28.1 18.1 20.0 12.9 33.3 6.9 5.1 8.1 4.2 2.8 2.6 2.9 2.5 1.8 0.8 0.8 -0.1 -1.1 -0.8 -1.0 -6.8 456.9 526.2

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GAME SUMMARIES GAME 1 - Southeast Missouri 35, Southwest Baptist 28

GAME 3 - Tennessee Tech 29, Southeast Missouri 27

August 28, 2008 • Houck Stadium • Cape Girardeau, Mo. • Attendance: 5,475

September 11, 2008 • Houck Stadium • Cape Girardeau, Mo. • Attendance: 6,110

Southwest Baptist Southeast Missouri

Tennessee Tech Southeast Missouri

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SCORING SUMMARY 1st 09:14 SBU Austin 31 yd pass from Gachette (Finch kick) 02:38 SBU Brown, D. 43 yd run (Finch kick) 2nd 06:13 SEMO Spada 33 yd field goal 3rd 11:32 SBU Vaughn 0 yd fumble recovery (Finch kick) 08:04 SEMO McKinley 2 yd run (Spada kick) 07:47 SEMO Team Safety 03:11 SBU Carroz 1 yd run (Finch kick) 4th 10:43 SEMO Williamson 14 yd pass from Lillard (Lillard pass failed) 05:52 SEMO Edwards 80 yd pass from Lillard (Spada kick) 01:41 SEMO Spada 47 yd field goal OT 15:00 SEMO Edwards 23 yd pass from Lillard (Spada kick)

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Punt Returns (#-Yds) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards Time of Possession

SBU 30 45-243 33-51-4 96-541 2-1 11-109 4-148 2-21 3-40 0-0-0 0-0 28:44

SEMO 23 34-64 27-39-0 73-451 4-2 5-65 5-238 0-0 4-72 4-93-0 0-0 31:16

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Plays 11-88 9-80 10-45 12-76 6-69 - 12-93 6-57 1-80 8-36 2-25

TOP 2:46 2:40 4:59 3:20 3:21 - 2:44 2:53 0:11 2:46 0:00

Score 7-0 14-0 14-3 21-3 21-10 21-12 28-12 28-18 28-25 28-28 28-35

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (att-yds-TD): SBU - J. Finnell (20-112-0) SEMO - Mike Jones (14-55-0) Passing (comp-att-int-yds-TD): SBU - S. Gachette (33-51-4-298-1) SEMO - Houston Lillard (27-39-0-387-3) Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): SBU - J. Alvarado (8-102-0) SEMO - Miles Edwards (10-204-2) Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): SBU - J. Williams (4-6-10-0-0) T. Holt (2-8-10-1.0-1.0) SEMO - Nick Stauffer (10-6-16-0-0)

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SCORING SUMMARY 1st 07:21 TTU Waters 23 yd run (Kraemer kick) 01:11 TTU Kraemer 37 yd field goal 2nd 09:43 SEMO Peoples 20 yd pass from Lillard (Spada kick) 05:42 SEMO Spada 33 yd field goal 01:45 TTU Sailes 63 yd run (Kraemer kick) 00:18 SEMO Harris 1 yd run (Spada kick) 00:02 TTU Kraemer 51 yd field goal 3rd 10:29 TTU Kraemer 45 yd field goal 05:31 SEMO Spada 27 yd field goal 4th 14:54 SEMO Brown, B. 21 yd pass from Lillard (Spada kick) 07:40 TTU Waters 2 yd run (Kraemer kick failed)

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Punt Returns (#-Yds) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards Time of Possession

TTU 21 25-152 26-36-259 61-411 1-1 10-77 2-89 1-16 5-138 0-0-0 0-0 32:00

SEMO 19 32-119 18-36-187 68-306 0-0 9-70 3-139 2-9 7-139 2-40-0 0-0 28:00

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Plays 10-70 6-45 12-76 6-22 3-80 8-40 1-0 9-52 5-29 8-54 12-80

GAME 4 - Missouri State 45, Southeast Missouri 28

September 6, 2008 • Faurot Field • Columbia, Mo. • Attendance: 62,305

September 20, 2008 • Houck Stadium • Cape Girardeau, Mo. • 8,250

Southeast Missouri #6 Missouri

Missouri State Southeast Missouri

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TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Punt Returns (#-Yds) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards Time of Possession

SEMO 21 28-84 26-53-250 81-334 2-1 5-40 7-371 1-11 7-180 0-0-0 0-0 34:24

MU 31 36-256 26-33-336 69-592 0-0 4-46 4-194 4-34 2-48 1-65-1 0-0 25:36

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INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (att-yds-TD): SEMO - Mike Jones (12-59-0) MU - De’Vion Moore (9-75-0) Passing (comp-att-int-yds-TD): SEMO - Houston Lillard (20-38-1-197-0) MU - Chase Daniel (16-17-0-245-3) Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): SEMO - Walter Peoples (8-80-0) MU - Jerrel Jackson (6-70-0) Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): SEMO - Nick Stauffer (3-5-8-2.0-1.0) Philip Klaproth (3-5-8-0-0) MU - S. Weatherspoon (5-2-7-2.0-1.0)

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TOP 5:53 2:28 6:22 2:28 0:42 1:17 0:04 4:31 1:24 4:26 7:02

Score 7-0 10-0 10-7 10-10 17-10 17-17 20-17 23-17 23-20 23-27 29-27

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (att-yds-TD): TTU - Henry Sailes (8-113-1) SEMO - Henry Harris (14-70-1) Passing (comp-att-int-yds-TD): TTU - Lee Sweeney (22-31-2-229-0) SEMO - Houston Lillard (18-36-0-187-2) Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): TTU - Colin Allen (7-89-0) SEMO - Walter Peoples (5-61-1) Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): TTU - Cory Reed (7-5-12-2.0-0) Jake Kiser (6-6-12-0-0) SEMO - Nick Stauffer (4-9-13-1.0-0)

GAME 2 - #6 Missouri 52, Southeast Missouri 3

SCORING SUMMARY Plays 1st 10:51 MU Washington 5 yd run (Wolfert kick) 7-70 07:44 MU Maclin 3 yd pass from Daniel (Wolfert kick) 6-83 01:13 MU Washington 28 yd pass from Daniel (Wolfert kick) 4-75 2nd 12:12 MU Perry 28 yd pass from Daniel (Wolfert kick) 8-82 11:19 MU Weatherspoon 65 yd interception return (Wolfert kick) - 08:45 MU Washington 5 yd run (Wolfert kick) 6-48 3rd 04:00 MU Wolfert 43 yd field goal 8-41 4th 11:33 SEMO Spada 31 yd field goal 12-56 09:38 MU Jackson 17 yd run (Wolfert kick) 6-76

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SCORING SUMMARY Plays TOP Score 1st 03:46 MSU Geisz 25 yd pass from Kirby (Hottelman kick) 7-64 3:08 7-0 2nd 06:30 MSU Kirby 5 yd run (Hottelman kick) 5-24 1:49 14-0 00:00 MSU Farrar 47 yd interception return (Hottelman kick) - - 21-0 3rd 08:49 SEMO Harris 13 yd run (Spada kick) 5-47 2:38 21-7 04:43 MSU Harbor 7 yd pass from Kirby (Hottelman kick) 9-78 3:56 28-7 4th 14:55 SEMO Stewart 20 yd pass from Lillard (Spada kick) 11-73 4:40 28-14 14:42 MSU Oliver 95 yd kickoff return (Hottelman kick) - - 35-14 10:23 SEMO Peoples 22 yd pass from Lillard (Spada kick) 10-79 4:13 35-21 05:04 MSU Hottelman 45 yd field goal 9-33 5:10 38-21 03:15 SEMO Williamson 36 yd pass from Lillard (Spada kick) 4-53 1:40 38-28 00:58 MSU Alvis 57 yd interception return (Hottelman kick) - - 45-28

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Punt Returns (#-Yds) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards Time of Possession

MSU 18 30-119 20-27-195 57-314 1-1 10-91 4-126 0-0 4-168 4-109-2 0-0 26:29

SEMO 29 26-89 35-53-356 79-445 0-0 8-54 2-54 1-7 7-173 0-0 0-0 33:31

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (att-yds-TD): MSU - Kingjack Washington (8-58-0) SEMO - Henry Harris (10-36-1) Passing (comp-att-int-yds-TD): MSU - Cody Kirby (20-27-0-195-2) SEMO - Houston Lillard (30-44-3-331) Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): MSU - Clay Harbor (7-88-1) SEMO - Brad Stewart (8-93-1) Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): MSU - Tony Randolph (6-7-13-0-0) SEMO - Nick Stauffer (6-7-13-1.0-1.0)

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GAME SUMMARIES GAME 5 - Southeast Missouri 24, Indiana State 21

GAME 7 - Eastern Illinois 24, Southeast Missouri 21

September 27, 2008 • Memorial Stadium • Terre Haute, Ind. • Attendance: 5,283

October 18, 2008 • O’Brien Field • Charleston, Ill. • Attendance: 5,942

Southeast Missouri Indiana State

Southeast Missouri Eastern Illinois

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SCORING SUMMARY 1st 09:21 INS Gates 1 yd run (Martinez kick) 2nd 13:09 INS Brown 2 yd run (Martinez kick) 10:13 SEMO Lillard 1 yd run (Spada kick) 3rd 09:55 SEMO Spada 35 yd field goal 00:58 SEMO Edwards 12 yd pass from Lillard (Spada kick) 4th 10:46 INS Patrick 33 yd pass from Dowdell (Martinez kick) 00:42 SEMO Harris 1 yd run (Spada kick)

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Punt Returns (#-Yds) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards Time of Possession

SEMO 18 40-140 10-19-155 59-295 1-1 11-69 5-190 2-14 3-147 0-0-0 0-0 24:08

INS 17 43-218 9-21-78 64-296 3-1 8-78 7-242 3-33 2-32 0-0-0 0-0 35:52

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Plays 6-64 4-30 4-10 8-49 8-56 9-82 8-66

TOP 2:53 1:51 2:41 3:39 3:22 5:07 2:39

Score 0-7 0-14 7-14 10-14 17-14 17-21 24-21

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (att-yds-TD): SEMO - Henry Harris (24-110-1) INS - Chuck Dowdell (18-96-0) Passing (comp-att-int-yds-TD): SEMO - Houston Lillard (10-19-0-155-1) INS - Chuck Dowdell (9-21-0-78-1) Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): SEMO - Walter Peoples (5-98-0) INS - Ryan Patrick (3-52-1) Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): SEMO - Vincent Anderson (3-6-9-0-0) Kendall Magna (2-7-9-0-0) INS - Quinton Scott (6-11-17-3.0-0.5)

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SCORING SUMMARY 1st 07:22 EIU Ward 3 yd run (Wilke kick) 2nd 14:54 SEMO Harris 10 yd run (Spada kick) 09:41 EIU Ward 4 yd run (Wilke kick) 00:56 SEMO Holloman 6 yd run (Spada kick) 3rd 03:08 EIU Ward 1 yd run (Wilke kick) 4th 09:02 EIU Wilke 40 yd field goal 06:26 SEMO Holloman 2 yd run (Spada kick)

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Punt Returns (#-Yds) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards Time of Possession

SEMO 14 39-133 9-21-64 60-197 3-1 5-32 4-172 3-33 4-81 1-10-0 0-0 25:38

EIU 17 47-199 10-18-76 65-275 0-0 5-50 5-150 1-7 2-25 2-6-0 0-0 34:22

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Plays 11-80 7-40 4-20 12-80 9-64 6-13 8-62

TOP 4:49 2:56 1:54 5:38 4:52 3:27 2:24

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (att-yds-TD): SEMO - Timmy Holloman (23-84-2) EIU - Travorus Bess (20-124-0) Passing (comp-att-int-yds-TD): SEMO - Matt Scheible (6-16-0-54-0) EIU - Bodie Reeder (10-18-1-76-0) Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): SEMO - Walter Peoples (4-33-0) EIU - Charles Graves (2-31-0) Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): SEMO - Nick Stauffer (5-8-13-1.0-0) EIU - Nick Nasti (2-7-9-0-0)

GAME 6 - #22 Jacksonville State 38, Southeast Missouri 17

GAME 8 - Southeast Missouri 27, #19 Tennessee State 20

October 4, 2008 • Paul Snow Memorial Stadium • Jacksonville, Ala. • Attendance: 8,917

October 25, 2008 • Houck Stadium • Cape Girardeau, Mo. • Attendance: 9,750

Southeast Missouri #22 Jacksonville State

#19 Tennessee State Southeast Missouri

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17 38

SCORING SUMMARY Plays TOP 1st 03:42 JSU George 59 yd run (Hallford kick) 1-59 0:11 2nd 14:57 JSU Johns 7 yd pass from Perrilloux (Hallford kick) 6-71 1:52 11:20 SEMO Spada 46 yd field goal 9-38 3:31 00:36 JSU Dupree 41 yd pass from Perrilloux (Hallford kick) 6-70 0:37 3rd 14:54 JSU Dupree 99 yd kickoff return (Hallford kick) - - 00:26 JSU Hallford 37 yd field goal 16-56 7:28 4th 12:46 SEMO Williamson 5 yd pass from Lillard (Spada kick) 7-60 2:32 04:28 JSU Cameron 11 yd pass from Ivory (Hallford kick) 7-32 3:11 03:41 SEMO Peoples 49 yd pass from Scheible (Spada kick) 2-50 0:39

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Punt Returns (#-Yds) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards Time of Possession

SEMO 18 31-60 21-41-311 72-371 4-1 7-40 6-258 0-0 7-110 1-3-0 0-0 29:27

JSU 21 42-206 17-25-250 67-456 1-1 12-115 5-173 4-80 2-122 1-14-0 0-0 30:33

Score 0-7 0-14 3-14 3-21 3-28 3-31 10-31 10-38 17-38

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (att-yds-TD): SEMO - Timmy Holloman (16-44-0) JSU - Brandon George (11-114-1) Passing (comp-att-int-yds-TD): SEMO - Houston Lillard (18-37-1-212-1) JSU - Ryan Perrilloux (16-22-1-239-2) Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): SEMO - Walter Peoples (6-110-1) JSU - Eric Johns (4-46-1) Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): SEMO - Eddie Calvin (8-1-9-0-0) JSU - Alexander Henderson (6-2-8-1.0-0)

3 0

14 3

0 0

3 17

0 7

SCORING SUMMARY 1st 10:41 TSU Benson 37 yd field goal 2nd 12:23 TSU Williams 6 yd run (Benson kick) 07:48 SEMO Spada 26 yd field goal 00:31 TSU Thomas 4 yd run (Benson kick) 4th 14:36 SEMO Peoples 8 yd pass from Lillard (Spada kick) 04:42 SEMO Holloman 34 yd pass from Lillard (Spada kick) 00:29 TSU Benson 18 yd field goal 00:00 SEMO Spada 37 yd field goal OT 15:00 SEMO Scheible 5 yd run (Spada kick)

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Punt Returns (#-Yds) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards Time of Possession

TSU 23 50-217 14-22-233 72-450 0-0 8-80 1-24 1-18 3-72 0-0-0 0-0 36:51

SEMO 16 28-57 15-29-236 57-293 1-0 5-40 4-160 0-0 4-86 3-44-0 0-0 23:09

20 27

Plays 9-51 15-99 11-51 8-39 5-37 7-75 10-36 8-0 8-0

TOP 4:13 9:33 4:35 3:04 1:08 3:12 3:54 0:21 0:21

Score 3-0 10-0 10-3 17-3 17-10 17-17 20-17 20-20 20-27

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (att-yds-TD): TSU - Javarris Williams (30-125-1) SEMO - Timmy Holloman (18-53-0) Passing (comp-att-int-yds-TD): TSU - Antonio Heffner (14-22-3-233-0) SEMO - Houston Lillard (15-29-0-236-2) Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): TSU - Chris Johnson (5-70-0) SEMO - Walter Peoples (7-89-1) Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): TSU - Remond Willis (6-2-8-0-0) SEMO - Nick Stauffer (14-7-21-2.0-0)

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GAME SUMMARIES GAME 9 - Eastern Kentucky 29, Southeast Missouri 16

GAME 11 - #18 Tennessee-Martin 31, Southeast Missouri 21

November 1, 2008 • Houck Stadium • Cape Girardeau, Mo. • Attendance: 3,420

November 15, 2008 • Houck Stadium • Cape Girardeau, Mo. • Attendance: 1,759

Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri

#18 UT Martin Southeast Missouri

7 6

0 7

7 3

15 0

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29 16

SCORING SUMMARY Plays 1st 10:29 EKU Walker 37 yd run (Long kick) 9-80 06:39 SEMO Spada 47 yd field goal 9-29 03:04 SEMO Spada 33 yd field goal 6-38 2nd 09:13 SEMO Holloman 9 yd run (Spada kick) 2-14 3rd 04:14 SEMO Spada 24 yd field goal 5-28 00:46 EKU Sizemore 14 yd pass from Holland (Long kick) 11-78 4th 08:46 EKU Watts 22 yd pass from Holland (Long kick) 10-84 06:06 EKU Caldwell 66 yd interception ret. (Fuqua pass from Holland) -

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Punt Returns (#-Yds) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards Time of Possession

EKU 27 36-159 31-41-306 77-465 2-1 4-35 1-47 0-0 3-38 4-100-1 0-0 33:40

SEMO 16 37-144 10-22-177 59-321 2-0 1-5 1-35 1--2 5-102 1-38-0 0-0 26:20

TOP 4:31 3:43 2:02 0:37 2:18 3:22 4:07 -

Score 7-0 7-3 7-6 7-13 7-16 14-16 21-16 29-16

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (att-yds-TD): EKU - C.J. Walker (12-90-1) SEMO - Timmy Holloman (22-107-1) Passing (comp-att-int-yds-TD): EKU - Allan Holland (31-41-1-306-2) SEMO - Houston Lillard (10-17-4-177-0) Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): EKU - Stephon Fuqua (8-104-0) SEMO - Walter Peoples (8-154-0) Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): EKU - Tyjuan Jones (6-2-8-1.0-0) Brandon Gathof (5-3-8-0-0) SEMO - Nick Stauffer (5-13-18-1.0-0.5)

0 0

10 7

14 0

7 14

- -

31 21

SCORING SUMMARY Plays 2nd 14:08 UTM Hansen 20 yd field goal 8-46 12:43 UTM Thomas 24 yd pass from Thompson (Hansen kick) 1-24 03:39 SEMO Scheible 4 yd run (Spada kick) 16-70 3rd 05:06 UTM Young 2 yd run (Hansen kick) 13-83 02:16 UTM Young 3 yd run (Hansen kick) 2-4 4th 11:09 SEMO Holloman 10 yd run (Spada kick) 13-90 05:27 UTM Hicks 10 yd pass from Thompson (Hansen kick) 1-10 00:47 SEMO Ahamefule 18 yd pass from Scheible (Spada kick) 10-72

TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Punt Returns (#-Yds) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards Time of Possession

UTM 15 31-166 11-22-140 53-306 3-2 10-89 1-38 2-34 2-34 1-10-0 0-0 25:14

SEMO 21 49-144 10-24-108 73-252 1-0 12-74 4-129 0-0 4-46 1-0-0 1-2 34:46

TOP 3:34 0:06 8:48 5:21 0:44 6:01 0:05 2:29

Score 3-0 10-0 10-7 17-7 24-7 24-14 31-14 31-21

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing (att-yds-TD): UTM - Miguel Barnes (7-55-0) SEMO - Matt Scheible (23-90-1) Passing (comp-att-int-yds-TD): UTM - Cade Thompson (11-22-1-140-2) SEMO - Matt Scheible (10-21-0-108-1) Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): UTM - Roren Thomas (6-111-1) SEMO - Chantae Ahamefule (3-34-1) Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): UTM - Four players tied with 7 tackles SEMO - Nick Stauffer (4-6-10-1.0-0)

GAME 10 - Murray State 17, Southeast Missouri 10

GAME 12 - Southeast Missouri 33, Austin Peay 30

November 8, 2008 • Stewart Stadium • Murray, Ky. • Attendance: 2,848

November 22, 2008 • Governors Stadium • Clarksville, Tenn. • Attendance: 2,317

Southeast Missouri Murray State

Southeast Missouri Austin Peay

0 3

0 0

0 14

10 0

SCORING SUMMARY 1st 02:58 MUR Cullen 24 yd field goal 3rd 13:23 MUR Townsel 64 yd punt return (Cullen kick) 05:33 MUR Jordan 6 yd run (Cullen kick) 4th 09:09 SEMO Spada 25 yd field goal 04:12 SEMO Holloman 1 yd run (Spada kick)

- -

10 17

7 17

3 3

10 7

13 3

- -

33 30

SCORING SUMMARY Plays TOP Score 1st 13:59 SEMO Peoples 44 yd pass from Scheible (Spada kick) 2-59 1:01 7-0 11:13 APSU Caffee 1 yd run (Ziolkowski kick) 6-53 2:35 7-7 05:11 APSU Buckley 7 yd blocked punt return (Ziolkowski kick) - - 7-14 00:00 APSU Ziolkowski 41 yd field goal 6-24 3:24 7-17 2nd 06:37 SEMO Spada 29 yd field goal 15-68 8:19 10-17 00:32 APSU Ziolkowski 20 yd field goal 4-2 1:05 10-20 3rd 10:23 SEMO Peoples 25 yd pass from Scheible (Spada kick) 5-57 2:21 17-20 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS 06:16 APSU Lyle 20 yd pass from Caffee (Ziolkowski kick) 5-54 2:13 17-27 Rushing (att-yds-TD): 03:12 SEMO Spada 27 yd field goal 6-13 2:50 20-27 SEMO - Timmy Holloman (11-23-1) 4th 06:31 APSU Ziolkowski 29 yd field goal 8-34 4:10 20-30 MUR - Charlie Jordan (22-88-1) 05:34 SEMO Ahamefule 27 yd pass from Scheible (Spada kick failed) 2-31 0:45 26-30 Passing (comp-att-int-yds-TD): 00:14 SEMO Holloman 1 yd run (Spada kick) 13-60 3:57 33-30 SEMO - Houston Lillard (15-25-1-175-0) MUR - Jeff Ehrhardt (28-40-0-232-0) TEAM STATS SEMO APSU INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): First Downs 18 13 Rushing (att-yds-TD): SEMO - Walter Peoples (6-63-0) Rushing Att-Yards 37-136 37-116 SEMO - Matt Scheible (17-73-0) MUR - Daniel Ard (6-66-0) Passing Cmp-Att-Yds 12-25-195 11-18-118 APSU - R. White (19-80-0) Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): Total Plays-Yards 62-331 55-234 Passing (comp-att-int-yds-TD): SEMO - Nick Stauffer (5-15-20-2.0-0) Fumbles-Lost 1-1 1-0 SEMO - Matt Scheible (12-24-0-195-3) MUR - Taylor Lanigan (4-6-10-2.0-0) Penalties-Yards 7-62 8-81 APSU - T. Caffee (11-18-0-118-1) Punts-Yards 4-36 6-208 Receiving Yards (no-yds-TD): Punt Returns (#-Yds) 1--1 3-53-1 SEMO - Walter Peoples (3-81-2) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds) 7-188 7-146 APSU - J. Forrest (1-39-0) Interceptions-Yards-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 Defense (ST-AT-TT-TFL-Sack): Fumble Ret-Yards 0-0 0-0 SEMO - Philip Klaproth (1-7-8-0-0) Time of Possession 30:18 29:42 APSU - D. Becker (7-8-15-2.0-0) Plays 14-66 - 5-33 6-20 2-5

TOP Score 6:49 0-3 - 0-10 1:12 0-17 2:23 3-17 0:23 10-17

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TEAM STATS First Downs Rushing Att-Yards Passing Cmp-Att-Yds Total Plays-Yards Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Yards Punt Returns (#-Yds) Kickoff Returns (#-Yds) Interceptions-Yards-TD Fumble Ret-Yards Time of Possession

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13 26-4 18-36-188 62-192 2-2 5-50 7-339 3-31 4-45 0-0-0 0-0 26:19

21 37-131 28-41-232 78-363 2-2 8-50 5-152 5-109 3-21 3-18-0 0-0 33:41

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OPPONENTS

In addition to its eight-game Ohio Valley Conference slate, Southeast Missouri State will face three non-league opponents this year. The Redhawks will step out of league play to host Quincy (Sept. 3), visit NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly I-A) affiliate Cincinnati (Sept. 12) and host regional rival Southern Illinois University (Nov. 21). The Redhawks and Salukis meet for the first time since 2005.


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EASTERN ILLINOIS

September 3, 2009 Houck Stadium 6 p.m., CT

September 12, 2009 Nippert Stadium 6:30 p.m., CT

September 19, 2009 Houck Stadium 6 p.m., CT

GENERAL INFORMATION Location...................................................... Quincy, Ill. Enrollment..........................................................1,250 Founded..............................................................1860 Nickname.......................................................... Hawks Colors..................................... Brown, Gold and White Affiliation..............................................................NAIA Conference................Mid-States Football Association President....................................... Dr. Robert Gervasi Athletics Director.........................................Marty Bell

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.....................................................Cincinnati, Ohio Enrollment............................................................... 36,518 Founded..................................................................... 1819 Nickname..............................................................Bearcats Colors..........................................................Red and Black Affiliation......................................... NCAA Division I (FBS) Conference.........................................................BIG EAST President.......................................... Dr. Nancy L. Zimpher Athletics Director...........................................Mike Thomas

GENERAL INFORMATION Location....................................................... Charleston, Ill. Enrollment............................................................... 12,040 Founded..................................................................... 1895 Nickname..............................................................Panthers Colors...............................................Blue, Grey and White Affiliation......................................... NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference.......................................................Ohio Valley President............................................. Dr. William L. Perry Athletic Director...........................................Barbara Burke

STADIUM INFORMATION Stadium.............................Quincy University Stadium Capacity..............................................................2,500 Surface..................................................Natural Grass

STADIUM INFORMATION Stadium.................................................... Nippert Stadium Capacity................................................................... 35,000 Surface................................................................ Field Turf

STADIUM INFORMATION Stadium....................................................O’Brien Stadium Capacity................................................................... 10,000 Surface...............................................................Pro-Grass

COACHING STAFF Head Coach..............................................Bill Terlisner Alma Mater............................................. Quincy, 1991 Career Record/Years.......................................39-58/9 At School/Years..................................................Same Assistant Coaches Gary McGraw (DC), Billy Riebock (OC), Matt .Bucher (DB), Raleigh Daves (DE), Randy Dickens (DT), Jason Kosyk, Nick Novak, Brock Sousa (OL)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach.......................................................Brian Kelly Alma Mater............................................ Assumption, 1983 Career Record/Years.......................................159-57-2/19 At School/Years........................................................22-6/2 Assistant Coaches Kerry Coombs (Assoc. HC/DB), Mike Elsto (Asst. HC/. DL/Special Teams), Bob Diaco (DC), Jeff Quinn (OC), . Greg Forest (QB), Tim Hinton (RB), William Inge (LB), Charley Molnar (WR)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach........................................................ Bob Spoo Alma Mater....................................................Purdue, 1960 Career Record/Years.....................................132-109-1/21 At School/Years.........................................................Same Assistant Coaches Jeff Hoover (OL), Mike Lynch (WR), Roy Wittke (OC/QB), Roc Bellantoni (DC/LB), Forrest Jackson . (DL), Bobby Babich (DB), Antoine Livingston (Offensive Asst.), Chad Cleveland (Defensive Asst.)

TEAM INFORMATION 2008 Record....................................11-3, 6-1 in BIG EAST Basic Offense..........................................................Spread Basic Defense........................................................Multiple Lettermen Returning/Lost.......................................... 43/20 Starters Returning/Lost.............................................. 11/14

TEAM INFORMATION 2008 Record....................................5-7, 3-5 in Ohio Valley Basic Offense............................................Multiple Pro-Set Basic Defense...............................................................4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost.......................................... 42/21 Starters Returning/Lost.............................................. 15/13

TEAM INFORMATION 2008 Record..................................... 6-5, 5-2 in MSFA Basic Offense.................................................. Spread Basic Defense........................................................4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost...................................75/40 Starters Returning/Lost.......................................12/10

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OPPONENTS

SPORTS INFORMATION INFORMATION Football SID........................................ Brian Lovellette 2009 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATESPORTS FOOTBALL Football SID....................................................Ryan Koslen Office.................................................. (217) 228-5432 Office..........................................................(513) 497-3132 Press Box Phone................................ (217) 228-3197 Press Box Phone........................................(513) 556-1010 E-Mail...........................................lovelbr@quincy.edu E-Mail................................................ ryan.koslen@uc.edu Fax...................................................... (217) 228-5034 Fax..............................................................(513) 556-0619 Website................................ www.quincy.edu/athletics Website.............................................www.gobearcats.com 2009 SCHEDULE 2009 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time Date Opponent Time Aug. 27 at Indiana State 6 p.m. Sept. 7 at Rutgers 4 p.m. Sept. 3 at Southeast Missouri 6 p.m. Sept. 12 Southeast Missouri 7:30 p.m. Sept. 12 Walsh 1 p.m. Sept. 19 at Oregon State 6:45 p.m. Sept. 19 William Penn 1 p.m. Sept. 26 Fresno State Noon Sept. 26 at St. Xavier 6 p.m. Oct. 3 at Miami (Ohio) 1 p.m. Oct. 10 Grand View 1 p.m. Oct. 15 at South Florida 7:30 p.m. Oct. 17 at Iowa Wesleyan 1 p.m. Oct. 24 Louisville TBA Oct. 24 St. Ambrose 1 p.m. Oct. 31 at Syracuse TBA Oct. 31 at McKendree 1:30 p.m. Nov. 7 Connecticut TBA Nov. 7 St. Francis (Ill.) Noon Nov. 13 West Virginia 8 p.m. Nov. 14 at Waldorf 1 p.m. Nov. 27 Illinois TBA Dec. 5 at Pittsburgh TBA

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SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID......................................................Rich Moser Office..........................................................(217) 581-7480 Press Box Phone........................................(217) 581-7770 E-Mail......................................................rlmoser@eiu.edu Fax..............................................................(217) 581-6434 Website............................................www.eiupanthers.com 2009 SCHEDULE Date Sept. 3 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 14 Nov. 19

Opponent Illinois State at Indiana State at Southeast Missouri at Austin Peay Eastern Kentucky at Penn State Tennessee Tech at Jacksonville State at Murray State Tennessee-Martin Tennessee State

Time 7 p.m. 11 a.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1:30 p.m. TBA 1:30 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

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October 10, 2009 Houck Stadium 1 p.m., CT

AUSTIN PEAY

October 3, 2009 L.P. Field 6 p.m., CT

TENNESSEE STATE

September 26, 2009 H.K. Grantham Field 6 p.m., CT

TENNESSEE-MARTIN

OPPONENTS

GENERAL INFORMATION Location......................................................... Martin, Tenn. Enrollment................................................................. 7,500 Founded...................................1900, Senior College 1951 Nickname............................................................Skyhawks Colors.............................................Navy Blue and Orange Affiliation......................................... NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference.......................................................Ohio Valley President.............................................. Dr. Thomas Rakes Athletic Director...................................................Phil Dane

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.....................................................Nashville, Tenn. Enrollment................................................................. 9,024 Founded..................................................................... 1912 Nickname.................................................................. Tigers Colors...............................................Royal Blue and White Affiliation......................................... NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference.......................................................Ohio Valley President.........................................Dr. Melvin N. Johnson Athletic Director.......................................Teresa L. Phillips

GENERAL INFORMATION Location............................................Clarksville, Tenn. Enrollment..........................................................9,207 Founded..............................................................1927 Nickname.................................................... Governors Colors.................................................. Red and White Affiliation.................................. NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference................................................Ohio Valley President........................................................Tim Hall Athletics Director........................................Dave Loos

STADIUM INFORMATION Stadium............................................. H.K. Grantham Field Capacity..................................................................... 7,500 Surface................................................................AstroPlay

STADIUM INFORMATION Stadium.................................................................LP Field Capacity................................................................... 67,500 Surface.........................................................Natural Grass

STADIUM INFORMATION Stadium........................................ Governors Stadium Capacity............................................................10,000 Surface....................................... Polytan Mega Grass

COACHING STAFF Head Coach................................................Jason Simpson Alma Mater.............................. Southern Mississippi, 1995 Career Record/Years..............................................21-14/3 At School/Years.........................................................Same Assistant Coaches Chris Boone (Asst. HC/DC/Safeties), Marcus Satterfield (Assoc. HC/QB/WR), Adam Beauchamp (DL), Gerad Parker (RB), Cesar Rivas-Sandoval (LB/Special Teams), Geep Wade (OL) TEAM INFORMATION 2008 Record....................................8-4, 6-2 in Ohio Valley Basic Offense......................................................... Pro Set Basic Defense...............................................................4-4 Lettermen Returning/Lost.......................................... 34/22 Starters Returning/Lost.............................................. 11/15

COACHING STAFF Head Coach..........................................James Webster, Jr. Alma Mater........................................North Carolina, 1972 Career Record/Years..............................................21-24/4 At School/Years.........................................................Same Assistant Coaches Fred Kaiss (OC), Rod Reed (DC), Shannon Harris (QB), Anthony Blevins (DB), Cedric Williams (OL), Charles Huff, Jr. (TE/Special Teams), Orlando Mitjans, Jr. (Safeties), Osita Alaribe (DL)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach.......................................Rick Christophel Alma Mater..................................... Austin Peay, 1975 Career Record/Years.........................................9-13/2 At School/Years..................................................Same Assistant Coaches Steve Haywood (Asst. HC/OL), Granville Eastman (DC/Secondary), Marcus Gildersleeve (WR), Josh Roberts (RB), Dainon Sidney, Ryan Taylor

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID....................................................... Joe Lofaro Office..........................................................(731) 881-7632 Press Box Phone.......................... (731) 881-7694 or 7632 E-Mail.......................................................jlofaro@utm.edu Fax..............................................................(731) 881-7624 Website...............................................www.utmsports.com

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID..........................................Wallace Dooley, Jr. Office..........................................................(615) 963-5674 Press Box Phone........................................(615) 565-4450 E-Mail................................................. tygerprman@att.net Fax..............................................................(615) 866-0086 Website................................................. www.tsutigers.com

2009 SCHEDULE Date Sept. 3 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

2009 SCHEDULE Date Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 19

Opponent Iowa Wesleyan at Missouri State at Memphis Southeast Missouri at Jacksonville State Tennessee Tech at Eastern Kentucky Murray State at Tennessee State at Eastern Illinois Austin Peay

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Time 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 5 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 1 p.m.

TEAM INFORMATION 2008 Record....................................8-4, 5-3 in Ohio Valley Basic Offense..........................................Spread/Pro-Style Basic Defense...............................................................4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost.......................................... 42/23 Starters Returning/Lost.............................................. 13/12

Opponent Alabama A&M at Jackson State at Southern at Florida A&M Southeast Missouri at Eastern Kentucky Murray State at Tennessee Tech Tennessee-Martin at Austin Peay at Eastern Illinois

Time 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 5 p.m. 4 p.m. 5:30 p.m.

TEAM INFORMATION 2008 Record.............................2-9, 2-6 in Ohio Valley Basic Offense............................................Pro-Spread Basic Defense........................................................4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost...................................54/13 Starters Returning/Lost.........................................18/7 SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID.............................................. Brad Kirtley Office.................................................. (931) 221-7561 Press Box Phone................................ (931) 221-7406 E-Mail............................................ kirtleyb@apsu.edu Fax...................................................... (931) 221-7562 Website................................www.apsugovernors.com 2009 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Sept. 5 Newberry Sept. 12 at Youngstown State Sept. 19 at Illinois State Sept. 26 Eastern Illinois Oct. 3 at Tennessee Tech Oct. 10 at Southeast Missouri Oct. 24 Eastern Kentucky Oct. 31 Jacksonville State Nov. 7 at Murray State Nov. 14 Tennessee State Nov. 21 at Tennessee-Martin

Time 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m.

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location............................................Cookeville, Tenn. Enrollment........................................................10,321 Founded..............................................................1915 Nickname............................................. Golden Eagles Colors................................................Purple and Gold Affiliation.................................. NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference................................................Ohio Valley President..............................................Dr. Robert Bell Athletics Director..................................... Mark Wilson

GENERAL INFORMATION Location.......................................................Richmond, Ky. Enrollment............................................................... 15,000 Founded..................................................................... 1906 Nickname.............................................................. Colonels Colors....................................................Maroon and White Affiliation......................................... NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference.......................................................Ohio Valley President............................................... Dr. Doug Whitlock Athletics Director.............................................Mark Sandy

GENERAL INFORMATION Location...................................................Jacksonville, Ala. Enrollment................................................................. 9.061 Founded..................................................................... 1883 Nickname......................................................... Gamecocks Colors......................................................... Red and White Affiliation......................................... NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference.......................................................Ohio Valley President.........................................Dr. William A. Meehan Athletic Director...................................................Jim Fuller

STADIUM INFORMATION Stadium..............................................Tucker Stadium Capacity............................................................16,500 Surface..........................................................24/7 Turf

STADIUM INFORMATION Stadium................................................. Roy Kidd Stadium Capacity................................................................... 20,000 Surface.........................................................Natural Grass

STADIUM INFORMATION Stadium...............................Paul Snow Memorial Stadium Capacity................................................................... 15,000 Surface..................................................Pro Grass Artificial

COACHING STAFF Head Coach..........................................Watson Brown Alma Mater........................................ Vanderbilt, 1973 Career Record/Years.................................101-167/24 At School/Years.................................................7-16/2 Assistant Coaches Billy Taylor (Asst. HC/DC), Will Holthouser (Special Teams/Safeties), Thomas Cox (OL), Matt Schmitz (RB), Justin Shannon (WR), Sam Williamson (DL), Steven Brown (QB)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach......................................................Dean Hood Alma Mater.......................................Ohio Wesleyan, 1986 Career Record/Years..................................................8-4/1 At School/Years.........................................................Same Assistant Coaches Mike Springston (OC/QB), Dane Damron (TE/Special Teams), Garry Fisher (LB), Tony Hatmaker (DB), Ben Hodges (WR), Carson Jeffers (OL), Jake Johnson (DL), John Revere (RB)

COACHING STAFF Head Coach..................................................... Jack Crowe Alma Mater........................................................UAB, 1970 Career Record/Years............................................71-72/10 At School/Years......................................................57-42/8 Assistant Coaches Dan Augustine (DL), Ronnie Letson (QB), Tony Norwood (DB), Jimmy Ogle (RB), Adam Ross (TE), Scott Smouse (OL), Greg Stewart (ILB), Max Thurmond (OLB), Matt Wannebo (WR)

TEAM INFORMATION 2008 Record.............................3-9, 1-7 in Ohio Valley Basic Offense..................................................Multiple Basic Defense........................................................3-4 Lettermen Returning/Lost...................................47/18 Starters Returning/Lost.........................................18/4

TEAM INFORMATION 2008 Record....................................8-4, 7-1 in Ohio Valley Basic Offense..........................................................Spread Basic Defense...............................................................4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost.......................................... 37/17 Starters Returning/Lost.............................................. 12/10

TEAM INFORMATION 2008 Record....................................5-7, 3-5 in Ohio Valley Basic Offense.........................................................Multiple Basic Defense...............................................................5-2 Lettermen Returning/Lost.......................................... 42/21 Starters Returning/Lost.............................................. 15/13

SPORTS INFORMATION INFORMATION Football2009 SID...........................................Rob Schabert SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATESPORTS FOOTBALL Football SID.................................................. Michael Clark Office.................................................. (931) 372-3088 Office..........................................................(859) 622-6170 Press Box Phone............(931) 373-6030 or 372-6031 Press Box Phone........................................(859) 622-2226 E-Mail.......................................rschabert@tntech.edu E-Mail............................................michael.clark@eku.edu Fax...................................................... (931) 372-6139 Fax..............................................................(859) 622-5108 Website..........................................www.ttusports.com Website............................................... www.ekusports.com 2009 SCHEDULE 2009 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time Date Opponent Time Sept. 10 Pikeville 7 p.m. Sept. 3 at Indiana 8 p.m. Sept. 19 at Eastern Kentucky 6 p.m. Sept. 19 Tennessee Tech 7 p.m. Sept. 26 at Kansas State 1:10 p.m. Sept. 26 at Murray State 8 p.m. Oct. 3 Austin Peay 7 p.m. Oct. 3 at Eastern Illinois 2:30 p.m. Oct. 10 at Tennesse-Martin 2 p.m. Oct. 10 Tennessee State 6 p.m. Oct. 17 at Eastern Illinois 1:30 p.m. Oct. 17 Tennessee-Martin 3 p.m. Oct. 24 Southeast Missouri 1:30 p.m. Oct. 24 at Austin Peay 7 p.m. Oct. 31 Tennessee State 1:30 p.m. Oct. 31 Southeast Missouri 1 p.m. Nov. 7 at Georgia Noon Nov. 7 at Kentucky TBA Nov. 14 at Jacksonville State Noon Nov. 14 Western Carolina 1 p.m. Nov. 21 Murray State 1:30 p.m. Nov. 21 at Jacksonville State 1 p.m.

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October 31, 2009 Roy Kidd Stadium Noon, CT

EASTERN KENTUCKY

October 24, 2009 Tucker Stadium 1:30 p.m., CT

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SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID....................................................... Greg Seitz Office..........................................................(256) 782-5279 Press Box Phone.......................... (256) 782-5585 or 5586 E-Mail........................................................ gseitz@jsu.edu Fax..............................................................(256) 782-5958 Website................................www.jsugamecocksports.com 2009 SCHEDULE Date Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

Opponent at Georgia Tech at Florida State at Alabama A&M at Nicholls State Tennessee-Martin at Murray State Eastern Illinois at Austin Peay at Southeast Missouri Tennessee Tech Eastern Kentucky

Time Noon 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. Noon Noon

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SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

November 14, 2009 Houck Stadium 1 p.m., CT

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OPPONENTS

GENERAL INFORMATION Location............................................................ Murray, Ky. Enrollment............................................................... 10,100 Founded..................................................................... 1922 Nickname.................................................................Racers Colors......................................................... Navy and Gold Affiliation......................................... NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference.......................................................Ohio Valley President...............................................Dr. Randy J. Dunn Athletic Director.................................................Allen Ward

GENERAL INFORMATION Location......................................................Carbondale, Ill. Enrollment............................................................... 20,983 Founded..................................................................... 1869 Nickname.................................................................Salukis Colors....................................................Maroon and White Affiliation......................................... NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference................................... Missouri Valley Football President...............................................Dr. Glenn Poshard Athletic Director.............................................Mario Moccia

STADIUM INFORMATION Stadium....................................................Stewart Stadium Capacity................................................................... 16,800 Surface................................................................ Field Turf

STADIUM INFORMATION Stadium...............................................McAndrew Stadium Capacity................................................................... 17,324 Surface.........................................................AstroPlay Turf

COACHING STAFF Head Coach.......................................................Matt Griffin Alma Mater......................................New Hampshire, 1992 Career Record/Years..............................................18-50/7 At School/Years........................................................8-26/3 Assistant Coaches Dave Wheeler (OC/OL), Mark Lister (DC/LB), Brian Cross (Special Teams/CB), Johnny Jernigan (DL), Bill Lawrence, Brad White (Safeties), Wayne Dabbs (RB), Aaron Hutsell (WR) TEAM INFORMATION 2008 Record....................................5-7, 4-4 in Ohio Valley Basic Offense..........................................................Spread Basic Defense...............................................................4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost............................................ 38/7 Starters Returning/Lost................................................ 18/4

COACHING STAFF Head Coach....................................................Dale Lennon Alma Mater..........................................North Dakota, 1985 Career Record/Years.......................................... 111-36/12 At School/Years..........................................................9-3/1 Assistant Coaches Bubba Schweigert (Assoc. HC/DC), Randy Hedberg (Co-OC/QB), Phil Longo (OC/WR), Tom Dosch (ILB/ Special Teams), Phil Meyer (OL), Eric Schmidt (OLB/ DL), Travis Stepps (Secondary), Kenni Burns (TE), Steve Crutchley (RB)

SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID......................................................John Brush Office..........................................................(270) 809-7044 Press Box Phone........................................(270) 809-6811 E-Mail...................................john.brush@murraystate.edu Fax..............................................................(270) 809-6814 Website.................................................www.goracers.com 2009 SCHEDULE Date Sept. 3 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

Opponent Kentucky Wesleyan at North Carolina State at Missouri State Eastern Kentucky Jacksonville State at Tennessee State at Tennessee-Martin Eastern Illinois Austin Peay at Southeast Missouri at Tennessee Tech

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SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS Cincinnati (Sept. 12) Cincinnati Marriott Northeast 9664 Mason-Montgomery Rd. Mason, OH 45040 Phone: (513) 459-9800 Tennessee-Martin (Sept. 26) Hampton Inn 2201 W. Reelfoot Ave. Union City, TN 38261 Phone: (731) 885-8850 Tennessee State (Oct. 3) Radisson Hotel Nashville Airport 1112 Airport Center Dr. Nashville, TN 37214 Phone: (615) 889-9090 Tennessee Tech (Oct. 24) TBA Eastern Kentucky (Oct. 31) Best Western Holiday Plaza 100 Eastern Bypass Richmond, KY 40475 Phone: (859) 623-9220

TEAM INFORMATION 2008 Record............................................9-3, 7-1 in MVFC Basic Offense.........................................................Multiple Basic Defense...............................................................3-4 Lettermen Returning/Lost.......................................... 41/12 Starters Returning/Lost................................................ 18/6 SPORTS INFORMATION Football SID......................................................Tom Weber Office..........................................................(618) 453-7235 Press Box Phone........................................(618) 453-3049 E-Mail.................................................. tomweber@siu.edu Fax..............................................................(618) 453-2648 Website............................................... www.siusalukis.com 2009 SCHEDULE Date Sept. 5 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

Opponent at Marshall Southwest Baptist North Dakota State at Western Illinois Illinois State at Northern Iowa Youngstown State at Indiana State at South Dakota State Missouri State at Southeast Missouri

Time 4:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 2 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 3 p.m. 12:05 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m.

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SERIES RECORDS Opponent Record Abilene Christian......................1-1 Millikin........................................... 2-0. Arkansas...................................0-2 Mississippi.................................... 1-1 Arkansas College‑Batesville.....2-0 Mississippi College....................... 2-2. Ark­ansas-Monticello.................1-1 Missouri........................................ 0-2 Arkansas State......................7-4-1 Missouri ‘B’ Team...........................1-1 Arkansas Tech.......................7-7-1 Missouri University of Science & Augustana (S.D.)......................1-0 Technology.............................35-23-3 Austin Peay.............................8-5 Missouri Southern..........................4-2 Barnes College.........................1-0 Missouri State............................28-47 Bethel College (Tenn.)..............1-0 Missouri Valley...............................3-1 Bowling Green..........................0-1 Missouri Western...........................4-0 Bradley University.....................2-1 Morehead State.............................3-2 Carson‑Newman.......................2-0 Murray State............................6-36-1 Carthage (Ill.)............................2-0 Nicholls State.................................0-1 Central Iowa State . .................0-1 Northeast Louisiana.......................0-2 Central Arkansas State..........7-7-1 Northeast Oklahoma......................0-2 Central Missouri*...............38-23-7 Northern Iowa................................0-2 Central Wesleyan.....................2-0 Northwest Missouri State ......36-25-2 Charleston Athletic Club...........0-1 Oakland City..................................2-0 Christian Brothers.....................0-4 Ohio University............................0-10 Cincinnati................................0-1 Pittsburg State...............................0-2 Culver Stockton.....................2-0-1 Poplar Bluff Athletic Club...............1-0 Delta State...........................4-23-1 Quincy..........................................1-0 DeSoto Athletic Club.................0-1 Rose Polytechnic Institute.............1-0 Drake University.......................0-1 Saint Louis...................................0-13 Eastern Illinois......................4-12 Samford.........................................3-5 Eastern Kentucky.................2-17 Sam Houston State.......................0-2 Eastern Michigan......................0-2 Shurtleff.........................................3-1 Evansville............................17-6-1 Sikeston Athletic Club.................2-2-1 Farmington Athletic Club..........2-0 South Dakota.................................1-1 Grand Valley State....................0-1. Southeast Oklahoma.....................0-2 Haskell Indians.........................1-0. Southern Illinois University.... 36-30-8 Hawaii.......................................0-1. Southwest Baptist..........................4-2 Henderson State Teachers.......1-0. St. Ambrose................................1-0-1 Hendrix.....................................5-1. St. Benedict’s.................................3-0 Hillsdale....................................0-1. Tennessee‑Martin.................... 13-11 Illinois College..........................0-1. Tennessee State..........................9-8 2009 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE FOOTBALL Illinois State..............................2-8. Tennessee Tech.........................7-10 Indiana State............................4-3. Troy State......................................1-1 Jackson Athletic Club...............6-1. Truman State..........................37-25-2 Jacksonville State..................5-8. Upper Iowa....................................1-0 Kent State.................................0-1. Washburn......................................3-0 Kentucky State.........................2-0. Washington University (Mo.)......0-4-1 Lambuth....................................1-0. Western Illinois..............................1-0 Lincoln University ..................19-1. Western Kentucky.......................1-10 Macomb Teachers....................1-0. Westminster................................1-1-1 McKendree............................1-5-2 William Penn..................................1-0 Mayfield College.......................3-0. 2009 Opponents in Bold Memphis (West Tenn.)...........1-2-2. Memphis Navy..........................1-0 *Win over Central Missouri later Middle Tennessee State........ 1-10. forfeIted in 1979

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SERIES RESULTS VS. 2009 OPPONENTS Quincy 1-0 (H: 1-0, A: 0-1) Year SEMO 2001* W 38

OPP 6

Cincinnati 0-1 (H: 0-0, A: 0-1) Year SEMO 2007 L 3

OPP 59

Eastern Illinois 4-12 (H: 3-5, A: 1-7) Year SEMO 1956* W 46 1957 W 41 1995 L 18 1996* L 21 1997* L 7 1998 L 33 1999* W 45 2000 L 9 2001 L 0 2002* L 27 2003* W 30 2004 L 28 2005* L 24 2006 L 0 2007* L 16 2008 L 21 Tennessee-Martin 13-11 (H: 7-5, A: 6-6) Year SEMO 1966* L 14 1967 L 0 1984 L 7 1985* W 57 1986 W 37 1987* L 13 1991 L 29 1992* W 37 1993 L 14 1994* W 10 1995 W 38 1996* L 6

OPP 13 0 34 41 32 35 38 38 12 44 17 35 48 21 31 24

OPP 17 39 21 17 29 25 36 13 17 0 17 7

1997 1998* 1999 2000* 2001* 2002 2003 2004* 2005 2006* 2007 2008*

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

42 41 36 34 45 50 20 35 21 14 20 21

7 14 7 14 30 35 7 7 24 28 55 31

Tennessee State 9-8 (H: 7-3, A: 2-5) Year SEMO 1991* W 37 1992 L 27 1993* W 14 1994 W 17 1995* W 41 1996 W 24 1997* L 27 1998* L 7 1999* L 28 2000 L 33 2001 L 14 2002* W 49 2003* W 52 2004 L 36 2005* W 32 2006 L 0 2008* W (OT) 27

OPP 34 37 13 12 24 21 32 38 35 51 20 25 35 38 24 31 20

Austin Peay 8-5 Year SEMO 1953 W 14 1965 L 7 1966 L 27 1991 L 21 1992 L 16 1993 W 17 1994 W 31 1995 W 38 1996 W 17 1997 W 31 2006 W 38 2007* L (2 OT) 31 2008 W 33

OPP 8 50 28 24 21 10 10 23 13 0 13 34 30

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SERIES RECORDS Tennessee Tech 7-10 (H: 4-5, A: 3-5) Year SEMO 1991* W 34 1992 L 14 1993* L 3 1994 W 19 1995* W 33 1996 L 20 1997* L 14 1998 W 29 1999* L 7 2000 L 6 2001 L 21 2002* W 36 2003 W 24 2004* W (OT) 31 2005 L 24 2006* L 29 2008* L 27

OPP 31 49 24 14 12 30 17 24 21 31 41 30 20 28 31 32 29

Eastern Kentucky 2-17 (H: 0-9, A: 2-8) Year SEMO 1990 L 0 1991* L 7 1992 L 10 1993* L 21 1994 L 6 1995* L 34 1996 L 0 1997* L 10 1998 L 7 1999* L 28 2000 L 24 2001* L 24 2002 W 35 2003 W 41 2004* L 13 2005 L 32 2006* L 21 2007 L 17 2008* L 16

OPP 45 49 20 35 34 42 45 20 19 37 48 42 21 38 38 33 27 44 29

Jacksonville State 5-8 (H: 4-3, A: 1-5) Year SEMO 1961* W 13 1962 L 0

OPP 12 6

1963* 1964 1965* 1969* 1971 2003* 2004 2005* 2006 2007* 2008

W W L W L L L L L W L

10 24 13 19 0 17 9 10 7 32 17

Murray State 6-36-1 (H: 4-16, A: 2-20-1) Year SEMO 1926 L 0 1927* L 0 1928 L 0 1929* W 13 1930 L 0 1931* L 6 1948* L 0 1960 L 10 1961* L 7 1962* L 15 1968* L 14 1969 L 14 1976 L 3 1977* L 6 1978 W 24 1979 T 21 1980 L 6 1981* L 23 1982 L 6 1983* L 11 1984 L 3 1985 L 25 1986* L 17 1987 L 12 1988* W 16 1991 L 10 1992* W 27 1993 L 14 1994* L 16 1995 L 0 1996* L 0 1997 L 3 1998 L 14 1999* L 18 2000 L 28 2001* L 35

7 0 23 13 57 22 47 24 38 25 38

OPP 3 6 12 0 7 32 40 21 22 19 27 34 14 13 12 21 19 37 16 25 42 33 42 30 13 14 21 17 23 34 16 17 26 45 38 45

2002 2003* 2004 2005* 2006 2007* 2008

L L L W W L L

31 24 13 52 24 17 10

38 27 28 21 17 31 17

Southern Illinois 36-30-8 (H: 18-15-4, A: 18-15-4) Year SEMO OPP 1913* W 17 14 1915* L 0 19 1915 L 7 24 1916 L 0 34 1916* L 0 31 1919* W 4 0 1921* W 13 0 1921 T 0 0 1922* W 12 9 1922 W 12 7 1923* L 0 13 1923 W 13 12 1924* L 14 17 1924 L 0 23 1925* W 10 0 1925 T 0 0 1926 T 0 0 1926* L 0 7 1927 T 6 6 1927* T 0 0 1928* T 6 6 1929 L 0 7 1930* L 6 12 1930 L 0 19 1931* L 0 6 1931 L 0 12 1932 W 19 0 1932* T 0 0 1933* T 0 0 1933 W 12 9 1934 W 14 6 1934* W 32 0 1935 W 7 0 1935* W 14 0 1936 W 6 4 1937* W 14 0 1937 W 13 0 1938 W 27 0 1938* L 0 6 1939* W 9 2

1939 1940 1940* 1941* 1942 1944* 1946 1947* 1948 1949* 1949 1950 1951* 1952 1953* 1954 1955* 1983 1984* 1985 1991* 1992 1994 1995* 1996 1997* 1998 1999* 2000 2001* 2002 2003* 2004 2005*

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

24 13 6 14 26 26 20 13 13 25 7 10 45 20 32 7 7 7 16 13 27 35 24 27 17 28 7 25 34 24 21 7 3 23

0 14 0 7 7 7 13 20 25 7 14 0 6 0 6 6 0 56 27 51 28 44 14 30 34 17 34 43 33 5 14 28 42 58

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SAMUEL VS. ALL OPPONENTS Opponent Record Arizona State........................... 0-1 Arkansas.................................. 0-3 Arkansas State........................ 5-2 Army........................................ 1-1 Austin Peay............................. 2-1 Boise State.............................. 0-4 California................................. 0-2 Cal Poly................................... 0-1 Cal State Northridge................ 1-0 Cincinnati................................. 0-1 Colorado State......................... 0-2 Eastern Illinois......................... 0-3 Eastern Kentucky.................... 0-3 Florida Atlantic......................... 1-0 Florida International................. 1-0 Georgia.................................... 0-2 Georgia Tech........................... 0-1 Idaho....................................... 3-4 Indiana State........................... 2-0 Jacksonville State.................... 1-2 Kansas State........................... 0-1 Louisiana-Lafayette................. 3-1 Louisiana-Monroe.................... 3-0 Louisville.................................. 0-1 Middle Tennessee State.......... 2-2 Missouri................................... 0-1 Missouri State.......................... 0-2 Missouri University of Science & Technology......... 1-0 Murray State............................ 1-2 Nevada.................................... 1-2 New Mexico............................. 3-5 New Mexico Highlands............ 1-0 North Texas............................. 1-7 Oregon State........................... 0-2 2009 SOUTHEAST 1-1 MISSOURI Samford. .................................. South Carolina......................... 0-2 Southwest Baptist.................... 2-0 Tennessee-Martin.................... 0-3 Tennessee State...................... 1-1 Tennessee Tech....................... 0-2 Texas....................................... 0-3 Texas El-Paso.......................... 2-4 Troy......................................... 1-0 Tulsa........................................ 2-0 Utah State................................ 2-5 Western New Mexico............... 1-0 Record 45-80

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Jacob McKinley broke Southeast Missouri State’s all-time single-season record in kick return yards last season. McKinley returned 35 kicks for 785 yards, averaging 22.4 yards per return. He ranks among Southeast’s top-10 career leaders in kick return yards (9th, 785) and kick returns (10th, 35).


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HONORS & AWARDS ALL-AMERICANS This is a list of Southeast Missouri State University’s First-Team All-Americans. Only organizations recognized by the NCAA are included. Associated Press Doug Berg, DL.........................................................................1994 Willie Ponder, WR....................................................................2002 American Football Coaches Association Angel Rubio, DT......................................................................1997 Willie Ponder, WR....................................................................2002 Eugene Amano, C...................................................................2003 David Simonhoff, P..................................................................2005 Doug Spada, P........................................................................2008 Walter Camp Foundation David Simonhoff, P..................................................................2006 The Sports Network Doug Berg, DL.........................................................................1994 Angel Rubio, DT......................................................................1997 Willie Ponder, WR....................................................................2002 David Simonhoff, P..................................................................2006 Don Hansen’s Football Gazette Frank Russell, DB....................................................................1995 All-American First-Team Tony Walker, LB............. 1989

Lorenzo Gathers, WR........... 1988 Farron Haley, WR................. 1989 Doug Berg, DL...................... 1993 David Simonhoff, P............... 2006 Doug Spada, P..................... 2008

All-American Second-Team Don “Diz” Anderson, C... 1946 2009 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE FOOTBALL Jim “Sid” Sater. .............. 1958 Curtis Hammond, DB..... 1986 All-American Honorable Mention Kelvin Anderson, RB...... 1992 Wayne Goddard, OT............. 1937 Glenn Krupa, WR.......... 1992 Glenn Krupa, WR................. 1992 Marquis Walker, DB....... 1995 Doug Spada, P..................... 2007 Angel Rubio, DT............ 1997 Doug Spada, P..................... 2008 Jason Witczak, P........... 2000 Ray Goodson, TE.......... 2003 NAIA All-American David Simonhoff, P........ 2004 Kenneth Dement, OT/DT...... 1954 Edgar Jones, DE........... 2006 Rimington Award All-American Third-Team * Goes to top center in FCS Mike Gohn, DE.............. 1979 (formerly I-AA). Rick Aeilts, TE............... 1988 Eugene Amano, C................ 2003

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Magnolia Gridiron Classic Edgar Jones, DE.................. 2006 OVC Coach of the Year John Mumford....................... 1994 Tim Billings........................... 2002 OVC Player of the Year Doug Berg, DL...................... 1994 Angel Rubio, DT................... 1997 OVC All-Newcomer Team Tim Holloman, RB................ 2005 Colin Schermann, K.............. 2005 Miles Edwards, WR.............. 2007 Philip Klaproth, LB................ 2008 OVC First-Team Selections James Chinn, DB.................. 1991 Darrell Philon, WR................ 1991 Brandon Norman, C.............. 1992 Mike Hodge, G...................... 1992 Glenn Krupa, WR................. 1992 Doug Berg, DL...................... 1993 Kelvin Anderson, RB............. 1994 Doug Berg, DL...................... 1994 Dione Tyler, RS..................... 1995 Frank Russell, DB................. 1995 Mitch Fryer, TE..................... 1996 Angel Rubio, DL................... 1997 Fred Hambrick, DB............... 1997 Jessie Eaton, G.................... 1998 Corey Williams, RB............... 1998 Troy Baglio, DL..................... 1998 Kevin Meacham, LB............. 1998 John Borne, TE..................... 1999 Jeremy Atwell, LB................. 1999 Brian Hinton, DB................... 1999 Jason Witczak, P.................. 2000 Willie Ponder, WR................. 2001 Curtis Cooper, RS................. 2001 Willie Ponder, WR................. 2002 James Jennette, DL.............. 2002 Ray Goodson, TE................. 2003 Dan Bieg, G.......................... 2003 Derek Kutz, K....................... 2003 Ryan Roth, DL...................... 2003 Ricky Farmer, LB.................. 2003

Dimitri Patterson, DB............ 2003 Ray Goodson, TE................. 2004 Dan Bieg, G.......................... 2004 David Simonhoff, P............... 2004 Colin Schermann, K.............. 2005 Justin Komondoreas, DL...... 2005 David Simonhoff, P............... 2005 Edgar Jones, DL................... 2006 Adam Casper, LB................. 2006 David Simonhoff, P............... 2006 Adam Casper, LB................. 2007 Nick Stauffer, LB................... 2008 Doug Spada, P..................... 2008 OVC Second-Team Selections Brandon Norman, C.............. 1991 Eric Cohoon, QB................... 1991 Shawn Corbett, OT............... 1992 Aaron Layton, WR................ 1992 Doug Berg, DL...................... 1992 James Chinn, DB.................. 1992 Dave Stukenberg, OT........... 1993 Kelvin Anderson, RB............. 1993 Derek Norton, P.................... 1993 Dave Stukenberg, OT........... 1994 Durand Frierson, C............... 1994 Angel Rubio, DL................... 1994 Cordez Vaughn, DE.............. 1994 Bobby Haggerty, LB.............. 1994 Greg Klund, DB.................... 1994 Mike Nielsen, G.................... 1995 Durand Frierson, C............... 1995 Bobby Haggerty, LB.............. 1995 Angel Rubio, DL................... 1996 Brian Burton, LB................... 1996 Greg Klund, DB.................... 1996 Mitch Fryer, TE..................... 1997 Dante Bryant, WR................. 1997 Troy Baglio, DL..................... 1997 Mitch Fryer, TE..................... 1998 Fred Hambrick, DB............... 1998 Joel Becker, DL.................... 1999 Donovan LaViness, LB......... 1999 Curtis Cooper, RS................. 2000 Corey Mathis, LB.................. 2000 Joe Williams, DB.................. 2000 Dan Connolly, OT................. 2001 Eugene Amano, G................ 2001

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HONORS & AWARDS Curtis Cooper, RS................. 2001 James Jennette, DL.............. 2001 Corey Mathis, LB.................. 2001 Prince Anderson, DB............ 2001 Dan Connolly, OT................. 2002 Eugene Amano, G................ 2002 Dan Bieg, G.......................... 2002 Jack Tomco, QB................... 2002 Corey Kinsey, RB................. 2002 Ryan Roth, DL...................... 2002 Ricky Farmer, LB.................. 2002 Dimitri Patterson, DB............ 2002 Marco Tipton, DB.................. 2002 Eugene Amano, G................ 2003 Justen Meyer, G................... 2003 Dan Connolly, OT................. 2003 David Simonhoff, P............... 2003 Andrew Goodenough, QB.... 2004 Dan Connolly, OT................. 2004 Derek Kutz, K....................... 2004 T.J. Milcic, WR...................... 2005 Joseph Tuineau, TE.............. 2005 Edgar Jones, DL................... 2005 Mike Miller, DB...................... 2005 Walter Peoples, WR............. 2008 OVC Offensive Player of the Week Kelvin Anderson, RB......... 9/13/92 Kelvin Anderson, RB....... 10/16/94 Shane Kennedy, QB......... 9/24/95 Dione Tyler, WR/RB........ 10/29/95 Corey Williams, RB........... 9/27/98 Bobby Brune, QB.............. 9/10/00 Curtis Cooper, WR............ 9/25/01 Curtis Cooper, WR............ 10/7/01 Willie Ponder, WR............... 9/7/02 Keiki Misipeka, RB............ 9/28/02 Willie Ponder, WR............. 11/9/02 Kellin White, DB.............. 10/30/04 Tim Holloman, RB.......... 10/15/05 Houston Lillard, QB.......... 8/31/08 OVC Defensive Player of the Week James Chinn, DB............ 10/14/91 Brian Burton, LB............. 10/31/93 Greg Klund, DB................ 9/25/94 Angel Rubio, DL............. 10/30/94 Greg Klund, DB.............. 10/29/95

Frank Russell, DB........... 11/20/95 Angel Rubio, DL............. 11/24/96 Angel Rubio, DL............... 8/31/97 Brian Hinton, DB............. 10/24/99 Jeremy Atwell, LB........... 11/21/99 Corey Mathis, LB................ 9/2/01 Ricky Farmer, LB.............. 9/28/02 Ricky Farmer, LB............ 10/19/02 Dimitri Patterson, DB........ 11/2/02 Ricky Farmer, LB.............. 10/4/03 Dimitri Patterson, DB........ 11/8/03 O.J. Turner, LB............... 11/15/03 Seth Harrell, LB................ 11/6/05 Eddie Calvin, CB.............. 8/31/08 Nick Stauffer, LB............. 10/26/08 OVC Offensive Lineman of the Week Shawn Corbett, OT......... 10/21/91 Dave Stukenberg, OT....... 11/1/92 OVC Special Teams Player of the Week Derek Norton, P................ 9/19/93 Derek Norton, P.............. 11/14/93 Dione Tyler, RS................... 9/4/94 Dione Tyler, RS................. 10/2/94 Dione Tyler, RS............... 11/13/94 Justin Terrill, P/K............... 9/17/95 Dione Tyler, RS............... 11/20/95 Justin Terrill, P/K............... 8/31/97 Corey Chester, RS.............. 9/6/98 Seth Carriere, P................ 9/26/99 Jason Witczak, P.............. 9/17/00 Kyle East, K........................ 9/9/01 Andrew Winters, RS......... 8/31/02 Chris NesSmith, RS.......... 10/5/02 Derek Kutz, K................... 10/4/03 David Simonhoff, P........... 10/2/05 David Simonhoff, P........... 11/6/05 David Simonhoff, P......... 11/13/05 David Simonhoff, P........... 9/17/06 David Simonhoff, P......... 10/22/06 Doug Spada, P............... 10/26/08 OVC Newcomer of the Week Claude Sanders, DE....... 11/18/91 Kelvin Anderson, RB........... 9/6/92

Shane Kennedy, QB....... 10/18/92 Kelvin Anderson, RB....... 11/15/92 Kelvin Anderson, RB....... 11/22/92 Maurice Sanders, DB......... 9/5/93 Fred Hoston, QB............... 10/9/94 Fred Hoston, QB............. 10/30/94 Aaron Layne, ................... 11/2/97 Bobby Brune, QB.............. 10/4/98 Rashad West, QB........... 10/24/99 Rashad West, QB............. 11/7/99 Rashad West, QB........... 11/21/99 Curtis Cooper, RS............. 9/10/00 Ricky Farmer, LB.............. 10/8/00 Marcus Patton, RB......... 10/29/00 Jeromy McDowell, QB........ 9/9/01 Willie Ponder, WR........... 10/28/01 Jack Tomco, QB................. 9/7/02 Keiki Misipeka, RB............ 9/14/02 Keiki Misipeka, RB............ 9/28/02 Jack Tomco, QB............... 10/5/02 Jack Tomco, QB............. 10/12/02 Jack Tomco, QB............. 11/16/02 David Taufoou, RB............ 9/20/03 David Simonhoff, P......... 10/18/03 Andrew Goodenough, QB....11/1/03 David Simonhoff, P............. 9/4/04 Derek Kutz, K................... 9/25/04 David Simonhoff, P......... 10/30/04 Tim Holloman, RB.......... 10/23/05 Tim Holloman, RB.......... 10/30/05 Victor Anderson, LB............ 9/2/07 Henry Harris, RB.............. 9/14/08 Henry Harris, RB.............. 9/28/08 Matt Scheible, QB........... 11/23/08 OVC Medal of Honor * The OVC Medal of Honor is given annually to the student-athlete(s) who achieve the highest GPA in a Conference-sponsored sport. Adam Esterline, TE............... 1997 Matt Boyack, TE................... 2002 Matt Boyack, TE................... 2003 Cal Jillson, DE...................... 2004 Matt Boyack, TE................... 2005 Zach Leible, OL.................... 2005 Matt Boyack, TE................... 2006

OVC Medal of Honor * The OVC Medal of Honor is given annually to the studentathlete(s) who achieve the highest GPA in a Conference-sponsored sport. Adam Esterline, TE............... 1997 Matt Boyack, TE................... 2002 Matt Boyack, TE................... 2003 Cal Jillson, DE...................... 2004 Matt Boyack, TE................... 2005 Zach Leible, OL.................... 2005 Matt Boyack, TE................... 2006 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll * To be listed, recipients must have achieved at least a 3.25 GPA and have been eligible and on the team throughout the competitive season in their chosen NCAA-sponsored sport or sports. Doug Berg............................ 1993 Brent Brune.......................... 1993 Brian Burton.......................... 1993 Roger Clendenin................... 1993 Ryan Devins......................... 1993 Eric Green............................ 1993 John Haggerty...................... 1993 Shane Kennedy.................... 1993 Nathan Questelle.................. 1993 Jeff Rehberger...................... 1993 Doug Berg............................ 1994 Corey Buckingham............... 1994 Roger Clendenin................... 1994 Ryan Devins......................... 1994 Shane Kennedy.................... 1994 Brian Mathenge.................... 1994 Jay McCullough.................... 1994 Brian Ratterman................... 1994 Sondra Rhodes..................... 1994 Jeff Shaw.............................. 1994 Justin Terrill........................... 1994 Todd Turlington..................... 1994 Brent Anderson..................... 1995 Doug Bread.......................... 1995 Marion Blevins...................... 1995

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HONORS & AWARDS Chad Gwilliam............... 1995 Derek Kutz............................ 2001 Kyle Jackson................. 1995 Chuck McElroy..................... 2001 Shane Kennedy............. 1995 Matt Morice........................... 2001 Chad King...................... 1995 Ryan Roth............................. 2001 Greg Glund.................... 1995 Alex Alameda........................ 2002 Justin Martini................. 1995 Dan Bieg............................... 2002 Brian Raterman............. 1995 Matt Boyack.......................... 2002 Jeff Shaw....................... 1995 Lee Freeman........................ 2002 Ron Smith...................... 1995 Chris Halstead...................... 2002 Justin Terrill.................... 1995 Cal Jillson............................. 2002 Marion Blevins............... 1996 Derek Kutz............................ 2002 Andrew Brennecke........ 1996 Chuck McElroy..................... 2002 Greg Klund.................... 1996 Mike Miller............................ 2002 Nick Reggio................... 1996 Kellin White........................... 2002 Justin Terrill.................... 1996 Fred Amano.......................... 2003 Jason Dewolf................. 1997 John Ball............................... 2003 Adam Esterline.............. 1997 Dan Bieg............................... 2003 Justin Terrill.................... 1997 Matt Boyack.......................... 2003 Chad King...................... 1997 Adam Casper........................ 2003 Patrick McGuire............. 1997 Eric Frost.............................. 2003 Isaac Powell.................. 1997 Cal Jillson............................. 2003 Andrew Helle................. 1997 Justen Deshon...................... 2003 Jason Dewolf................. 1998 Zach Fidler............................ 2003 Isaac Powell.................. 1998 Seth McDowell...................... 2003 John Borne.................... 1999 Charles McElroy................... 2003 Seth Carriere................. 1999 Justin Meyer......................... 2003 Andy Dunaway.............. 1999 Michael Miller........................ 2003 Tyler Gooch................... 1999 Matthew NesSmith............... 2003 Chad Gwilliam............... 1999 Joseph Tuineau.................... 2003 Chris Keifer.................... 1999 Tunde Agboke...................... 2004 Isaac Powell.................. 1999 Matt Boyack.......................... 2004 Nick Reggio................... 1999 Adam Casper........................ 2004 Scott Vieluf.................... 1999 Justin DeShon...................... 2004 Alex Alameda................. 2000 Mark Dunaway...................... 2004 Andy 2009 Dunaway.............. 2000 Joe Goff................................ SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE FOOTBALL 2004 Mike Gross.................... 2000 Cal Jillson............................. 2004 Chad Gwilliam............... 2000 Francisco Perez.................... 2004 Chuck McElroy.............. 2000 Colin Schermann.................. 2004 Frank McGinty............... 2000 Kevin Ballatore..................... 2005 Justin Meyer.................. 2000 Matt Boyack.......................... 2005 Isaac Powell.................. 2000 Adam Casper........................ 2005 Alex Alameda................. 2001 Joe Goff................................ 2005 Ben Arnold..................... 2001 Zach Leible........................... 2005 Dan Bieg........................ 2001 Kendall Magana.................... 2005 Bobby Brune.................. 2001 Brian Matthews..................... 2005 Dan Connolly................. 2001 Francisco Perez.................... 2005 Andy Dunaway.............. 2001 Mark Stolle............................ 2005 Mike Gross.................... 2001 Elijah Willis........................... 2005

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Kevin Ballatore..................... 2006 Matt Boyack.......................... 2006 Steve Callanan..................... 2006 Joe Goff................................ 2006 Kyle Hubert........................... 2006 Zach Leible........................... 2006 Kendall Magana.................... 2006 Oge Oge............................... 2006 Colin Schermann.................. 2006 Nick Stauffer......................... 2006 Joseph Tuineau.................... 2006 Robert Anderson................... 2007 Nick Baer.............................. 2007 Steve Callanan..................... 2007 Eddie Calvin......................... 2007 Clayton Caron....................... 2007 Patrick Christian................... 2007 Nathan Grass....................... 2007 Kyle Hubert........................... 2007 Kendall Magana.................... 2007 Francisco Perez.................... 2007 Colin Schermann.................. 2007 Jonathon Schuller................. 2007 Ryan Taloa............................ 2007 Joseph Tuineau.................... 2007 Robert Anderson................... 2008 Eddie Calvin......................... 2008 Kris Cottner........................... 2008 Nick Grassi........................... 2008 Kyle Hubert........................... 2008 Curtis Huge........................... 2008 Matt James........................... 2008 Kendall Magana.................... 2008 Joel Penrod.......................... 2008 Dustin Powell........................ 2008 Matt Rehna........................... 2008 Matt Scheible........................ 2008 Matt Stahlberg...................... 2008 Ryan Taloa............................ 2008 Jim Vechiarella..................... 2008 Vogelsang Award * Mrs. Clarence Vogelsang has endowed two annual awards in honor of her husband, Clarence Vogelsang, which are awarded to the Most Valuable Players of the year.

Tom Thrower......................... 1959 Ken Iman.............................. 1959 Gene McClanahan................ 1960 James Springs...................... 1960 John Leara............................ 1961 Ken Plasmyer....................... 1961 David Steinbecker................ 1962 Fred Stocklass...................... 1962 Norman Dockins................... 1963 Joe Critchlow........................ 1963 Irvin Whitehead..................... 1964 Otto Privette.......................... 1964 Charles Koerner................... 1965 Robert Hollmann................... 1965 Charels Koerner................... 1966 Bob Widener......................... 1966 Greg Brune........................... 1967 Walter Smallwood................. 1967 John Diepenbrock................. 1968 Van Hitt................................. 1968 Bruce Hoffman...................... 1969 Ken Henderson..................... 1969 Eddie Moss........................... 1970 Ron Helms............................ 1970 Eddie Moss........................... 1971 Dan Pfeiffer........................... 1971 Rick Attig............................... 1972 Dan Pfeiffer........................... 1972 Rick Attig............................... 1973 Dan Pfeiffer........................... 1973 Bob Stolzer........................... 1974 Ed Slaughter......................... 1974 Richard Tuck......................... 1975 Rick Wieser.......................... 1975 Richard Tuck......................... 1976 Dan Wieser........................... 1976 Alex Clinton.......................... 1977 Jack Gokin............................ 1977 Alex Clinton.......................... 1978 Mike Wieser.......................... 1978 Alex Clinton.......................... 1979 David Gross.......................... 1979 Vic Ortega............................. 1980 Ernest Edwards.................... 1980 Rich Borman......................... 1981 Ernest Edwards.................... 1981 Wayne James....................... 1982 Ted Banker........................... 1982

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HONORS & AWARDS Marvin Johnson.................... 1983 Jerry McNulty........................ 1983 Gene Kelsey......................... 1984 Waldo Wright........................ 1984 Anthony Jackson.................. 1985 Rod Gulley............................ 1985 Anthony Jackson.................. 1986 George Cahill........................ 1986 Lance Anderson.................... 1987 Trent Lane............................ 1987 George Cahill........................ 1988 Brian Lattimore..................... 1988 Tony Walker.......................... 1989 Farron Haley......................... 1989 John Celeslie........................ 1990 Steve Jones.......................... 1990 Brandon Norman.................. 1991 Bryan Davis.......................... 1991 Glenn Krupa......................... 1992 Kelvin Anderson.................... 1992 Kelvin Anderson.................... 1993 Dave Stukenberg.................. 1993 Jeff Rehberger...................... 1994 Kelvin Anderson.................... 1994 Durand Frierson.................... 1995 Dione Tyler........................... 1995 Durand Ferguson.................. 1996 Britt Mirgaux......................... 1996 Jessie Eaton......................... 1997 Britt Mirgaux......................... 1997 Mitch Fryer............................ 1998 Corey Williams...................... 1998 John Borne........................... 1999 Rashad West........................ 1999 Dan Joiner............................ 2000 Curtis Cooper....................... 2000 Eugene Amano..................... 2001 Curtis Cooper....................... 2001 Jack Tomco........................... 2002 Eugene Amano..................... 2002 Jamel Oliver.......................... 2003 Eugene Amano..................... 2003 David Taufoou....................... 2004 Dan Connolly........................ 2004 Tim Holloman....................... 2005 Zach Leible........................... 2005 Tim Holloman....................... 2006 Francisco Perez.................... 2006

Francisco Perez.................... 2007 Houston Lillard...................... 2007 Nick Stauffer......................... 2008 Jaunell Pugh......................... 2008 Ken Hargens Award * Awarded to the top defensive back in honor of former Southeast Missouri State player and coach Ken Hargens. James Chinn......................... 1990 James Chinn......................... 1991 James Chinn......................... 1992 Tim Felton............................. 1993 Greg Klund........................... 1994 Marquis Walker..................... 1995 Greg Klund........................... 1996 Ron Smith............................. 1997 Brian Hinton.......................... 1998 Brian Hinton.......................... 1999 Brian Hinton.......................... 2000 Demar Winston..................... 2001 Demar Winston..................... 2002 Marco Tipton......................... 2003 Ricky Farmer........................ 2004 Kellin White........................... 2005 Mike Miller............................ 2006 Kendall Magana.................... 2007 Kendall Magana.................... 2008 Kenneth Knox Award * Presented to the top defensive lineman in honor of former Southeast Missouri State coach Kenneth Knox and presented by former Southeast All-American Kenneth Dement. Russell Bronston.................. 1991 Doug Berg............................ 1992 Doug Berg............................ 1993 Doug Berg............................ 1994 Albert Bateman..................... 1995 Angel Rubio.......................... 1996 Angel Rubio.......................... 1997 Troy Baglio........................... 1998 Joel Becker........................... 1999 Rodney Woodall................... 2000 James Jennette.................... 2001

James Jennette.................... 2002 Ryan Roth............................. 2003 Adam Jones.......................... 2004 Justin Komondoreas............. 2005 Edgar Jones......................... 2006 Pat Christian......................... 2007 Ben Gugler........................... 2008 Golden Helmet Award * Awarded to the defensive performer with the highest number of tackles during the season. Otto Privette.......................... 1964 Gary LaBertew...................... 1965 Steve Jerabek....................... 1966 Ron Jack............................... 1967 Gene Figge........................... 1968 Gene Figge........................... 1969 Doug Mackey........................ 1970 Gene Figge........................... 1971 Jim Shelton........................... 1972 Dennis Helms....................... 1973 Mike Bosler........................... 1974 Richard Tuck......................... 1975 Dan Wieser........................... 1976 Shane Wagoner.................... 1977 Alex Clinton.......................... 1978 Alex Clinton.......................... 1979 Rich Borman......................... 1980 Rich Borman......................... 1981 Mike Hargens....................... 1982 Timbo Jones......................... 1983 Jim Brown............................. 1984 Ken Miller.............................. 1985 Gene Kelsey......................... 1986 Ken Miller.............................. 1987 Daron Maxwell...................... 1988 Tony Walker, Larry Prothro... 1989 Sean Steinmann................... 1990 Joe Divis............................... 1991 Joe Divis............................... 1992 Doug Berg............................ 1993 Bobby Haggerty.................... 1994 Frank Russell, Bob Haggerty... 1995 Brian Burton.......................... 1996 Angel Rubio.......................... 1997 Kevin Meacham.................... 1998 Jeremy Atwell....................... 1999

Joe Williams...................2000 Prince Anderson.............2001 Ricky Farmer..................2002 O.J. Turner......................2003 O.J. Turner......................2004 Mike Miller......................2005 Adam Casper..................2006 Adam Casper..................2007 Nick Stauffer...................2008 KZIM Award * Ten awards are made annually to the outstanding athlete in each major sport. Football recipients are: Glennon Schott...............1960 Clinton Telle....................1961 Harry Lane......................1962 Norman Dockins.............1963 Jerry Ward......................1964 Lewis Kelley....................1965 Charles Koerner.............1966 Michael Richey...............1967 Walter Smallwood...........1968 Al Holmes.......................1969 Ron Heims......................1970 Doug Mackey..................1971 Larry Luster....................1972 Lance Brune...................1973 Carl Gross......................1974 Mike Olson......................1975 Gary Kornfeld.................1976 Eric Eckert......................1977 Don Davis.......................1978 Mike Wieser....................1979 Mike Gohn......................1980 Matt Biddle......................1981 Jim Prestwood................1982 David Stewart.................1983 Gene Kelsey...................1984 David Jackson................1985 Gene Kelsey...................1986 Ken Miller........................1987 Rick Aeilts.......................1988 Jim Eustice, Brian Lattimore...........1989 Ches Salyer....................1990 Darrell Philon..................1991

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HONORS & AWARDS Kelvin Anderson..............1992 Kelvin Anderson, Doug Berg..................1993 Kelvin Anderson, Doug Berg..................1994 Frank Russell..................1995 Brian Burton, Greg Klund....1996 Chad King.......................1997 Kevin Meacham..............1998 Rashad West..................1999 Leslie Weaver.................2000 Willie Ponder..................2001 Willie Ponder..................2002 Ray Goodson..................2003 Dan Connolly..................2004 Mike Miller......................2005 Edgar Jones...................2006 Adam Casper..................2007 Nick Stauffer...................2008

Alex Clinton.......................... 1977 Willie Taylor.......................... 1978 Rick Schmidt......................... 1979 Boyd Paulsmeyer................. 1980 Ted Banker........................... 1981 Dennis Lockhart.................... 1982 Sam McCord......................... 1983 Dennis Sievers..................... 1984 Jeff Brown............................. 1985 Dennis Sievers..................... 1986 John Follmer......................... 1987 John Follmer......................... 1988 Shawn Corbett...................... 1989 Shawn Corbett...................... 1990 Chris Pickett......................... 1991 Chris Pickett......................... 1992 Brent Brune, John Haggerty.................. 1993 Doug Berg............................ 1994 Doug Beard.......................... 1995 Chad King............................. 1996 Chad King............................. 1997 Jason DeWolf....................... 1998 Chad Gwilliam...................... 1999 Charles McElroy................... 2000 Dan Bieg............................... 2001 Dan Bieg............................... 2002 Dan Bieg............................... 2003 Dan Bieg............................... 2004 Zach Leible........................... 2005 Francisco Perez.................... 2006 Francisco Perez.................... 2007 Jason Brown......................... 2008

Goddard Football Award * Established by Wayne Goddard, a former Little All-American, in honor of the 1937 football team on which he played. The 1937 team was the first unbeaten and untied team in school history. John Nicholas.................1957 Don Mings......................1958 Ken Inman......................1959 Glennon Schott...............1960 Ryland Meyr...................1961 David Steinbecker..........1962 Garry2009 Brandt.SOUTHEAST ..................1963 College STATE FootballFOOTBALL Hall of Fame MISSOURI Otto Privette....................1964 Kenneth Dement, OT/DT Lewis Kelley....................1965 (Inducted August 14, 1998) Paul Ebaugh...................1966 Terry Benassi..................1967 Southeast Missouri State Tom Critchlow.................1968 Football Hall of Famers Roger Coombs...............1969 Kenneth Dement (1951-54) Steve Johnson................1970 (Inducted 2002) Jack Huelskamp.............1971 Ken Iman (1956-59) Steve Derringer..............1972 (Inducted 2002) Rick Stewart...................1973 Kenneth Knox (1952-67) Dennis Helms.................1974 (Inducted 2002) Doug Frick......................1975 Marvin Rosengarten Tom Suter.......................1976 (Inducted 2002)

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John Schneider (Inducted 2002) Abe Stuber (1932-46) (Inducted 2002) Donald “Diz” Anderson (1942-47) (Inducted 2003) Wayne Goddard (1934-37) (Inducted 2003) Walter Smallwood (1965-68) (Inducted 2003) John Wittenborn (1954-57) (Inducted 2003) 1937 Football Team (Inducted 2003) 1955 Football Team (Inducted 2003) Kelvin Anderson (1992-94) (Inducted 2004) E.J. Courleux (1904-07) (Inducted 2004) John Diepenbrock (1965-68) (Inducted 2004) Bill McLane (1934-37) (Inducted 2004) Ryland “Dutch” Meyr (1958-61) (Inducted 2004) Dan Peiffer (1970-73) (Inducted 2004) Steve Williams (1981-84) (Inducted 2004) Ted Banker (1979-82) (Inducted 2005) Frank Hawkins (1903-07) (Inducted 2005) Don Pritchard (1931-36) (Inducted 2005) Royal Tibe (1919-23) (Inducted 2006) Mike Gohn (1978-81) (Inducted 2007) Doug (Berg) Neuse (1988-94) (Inducted 2008)

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Number 40 worn by All-American

tackle Kenneth Dement was retired on Nov. 11, 1989. Dement, a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, started at Southeast from 1951-54, earning All-American honors in 1953 and 1954. Following his senior season, Dement was the first Southeast player ever drafted by a NFL team. He was drafted by the New York Giants, but opted to join the Marines.

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Number 58 worn by Ken Iman,

who played 14 seasons in the NFL, was retired on Oct. 4, 1974. Iman played at Southeast from 1956-59. He was signed as a free agent by the Green Bay Packers and spent four seasons with the Packers before being traded to the Los Angeles Rams. He was the Rams Most Valuable Player in 1972. Iman spent several years as an assistant coach in the NFL and currently serves as an assistant to the President of the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Number 67 worn by Mike Wood

was retired on April 23, 1978. Wood established a new NCAA record for career field goals during his senior season in 1977. He broke the old record of 51 on Sept. 17, 1977 with a 27-yard kick against Delta State at Houck Stadium. His NCAA record total of 64 stood for several years and is still the record at Southeast. Wood, who currently resides in St. Louis, played professionally with both the St. Louis Cardinals and San Diego Chargers.

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MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Wins, Losses and Streaks All-Time Games Played.................................................. 915 in 103 years Overall Record.........................................................................416-463-36 Undefeated and Untied Teams (four)............. 1904 (2-0-0), 1918 (2-0-0), 1937 (9-0-0), 1955 (9-0-0) Longest Undefeated Streak.......................................16 games (1936-38) Longest Winning Streak............................................16 games (1936-38) Longest Losing Streak...............................................12 games (1983-84) Consecutive Games Scoring Streak..........................77 games (1972-79) Most Wins in a Season.......................................................9 (1937, 1955) Most Losses in a Season...........................................................10 (1984) Top Scoring Teams 2002......................................................................................... 416 points 1989......................................................................................... 282 points 1985......................................................................................... 274 points 1982......................................................................................... 266 points 1987......................................................................................... 266 points 1979......................................................................................... 259 points Top Defensive Teams 1937.............................................................................. 12 points allowed 1929.............................................................................. 19 points allowed Milestone Victories in Year Opponent W 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400

1931 1941 1955 1963 1972 1980 1992 2005

Score Southern Illinois 6-0 Upper Iowa 28-7 Henderson Teachers 18-7 NW Missouri St. 22-19 Lincoln 38-8 Lincoln 57-3 UT Martin 37-13 Murray State 52-21

Record by Decade 1904-13.................................14-19-2 No Team in 1914 1915-24.................................25-33-4 1925-34...............................27-45-10 1935-44.................................49-32-3 No Games in 1945 1946-55.................................42-39-8 1956-65.................................51-43-2 1966-75.................................64-37-2 1976-85.................................43-62-4 1986-95.................................52-56-1 1996-05.................................... 38-74 2006-present............................ 11-23

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Largest Crowds at Houck Stadium vs. Southern Illinois (9/6/03)..................... 11,100 vs. Eastern Kentucky (10/2/99)................... 11,015 vs. Western Kentucky (9/23/00)................... 10,222 vs. Southern Illinois (9/1/05)..................... 10,100 vs. Murray State (10/20/01)................. 10,100 vs. Murray State (10/21/00)................. 10,028 vs. Murray State (9/1/79)..................... 10,000 vs. Southern Illinois (8/31/95)..................... 9,827 vs. Southern Illinois (9/8/01)....................... 9,822 vs. Murray State (9/5/81)....................... 9,800 vs. Missouri State (9/20/03)..................... 9,800

Southeast Missouri State Versus FBS Opponents Since becoming FCS in 1991 Date Nov. 12, 1994 Oct. 19, 1996 Aug. 31, 2000 Sept. 1, 2001 Sept. 14, 2002 Sept. 28, 2002 Aug. 30, 2003 Sept. 13, 2003 Sept. 11, 2004 Sept. 18, 2004 Sept. 10, 2005 Oct. 14, 2006 Aug. 30, 2007 Sept. 6, 2008

Opponent at Hawaii at Arkansas State at Marshall at Eastern Michigan at Eastern Michigan at Middle Tennessee State at Ohio at Arkansas State at Bowling Green at Central Michigan at Kent State at Arkansas at Cincinnati at #6 Missouri

Redhawks in the National Rankings FCS Coaches Poll Final, 2002.............................. #23 FCS Media Poll (Sports Network) Final, 2002.............................. #24

Result L 0 L 9 L 7 L 12 L 32 W 24 L 3 L 3 L 10 L 27 L 12 L 7 L 3 L 3

34 38 63 16 35 14 17 21 49 44 33 63 59 52

* Since moving to NCAA Division I (FCS) in 1991, the Redhawks have had two winning seasons (1994, 2002). Southeast Missouri State’s only win over a NCAA Division I FBS opponent came when it topped Middle Tennessee State, 24-14, in Murfreesboro, Tenn., during the 2002 season.

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RUSHING RECORDS Rushing Yards (Career) 1. Kelvin Anderson, 1992-94 2. Walter Smallwood, 1965-68 3. Timmy Holloman, 2005-08 4. Brian Lattimore, 1985-89 5. Richard Attig, 1970-73 6. Anthony Jackson, 1985-86 7. Ernest Edwards, 1979-81 8. Trent Lane, 1983-88 9. Jack Gokin, 1974-77 10. Al Holmes, 1969-70

3,392 3,066 2,424 2,401 2,266 1,752 1,628 1,603 1,517 1,436

Rushing Yards (Season) 1. Kelvin Anderson, 1992 2. Curtis Cooper, 2001 3. Corey Kinsey, 2002 4. Kelvin Anderson, 1993 5. Kelvin Anderson, 1994 Dione Tyler, 1995 7. Walter Smallwood, 1968 8. Ernest Edwards, 1979 9. Al Holmes, 1969 10. David Newberry, 1972

1,371 1,198 1,067 1,016 1,005 1,005 973 960 952 949

Rushing Yards (Game) 1. Al Holmes (vs. NE Missouri, 1969)

8. Kelvin Anderson, 1992 9. Anthony Jackson, 1985 10. Walter Smallwood, 1967

205 202 189

Rushing Attempts (Game) 1. Kelvin Anderson (vs. Austin Peay, 1993)

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Rushing Touchdowns (Career) 1. Walter Smallwood, 1965-68 2. Brian Lattimore, 1985-89 3. Timmy Holloman, 2005-08 4. Kelvin Anderson, 1992-94 5. Bobby Everage, 1974-75 Richard Attig, 1970-73 7. Keiki Misipeka, 2002 8. Rashad West, 1999-01 Anthony Jackson, 1985-86 10. Corey Williams, 1998

38 27 26 24 16 16 13 12 12 11

Rushing Touchdowns (Season) 1. Walter Smallwood, 1968 2. Brian Lattimore, 1988 3. Keiki Misipeka, 2002

16 14 13

5. 6. 7.

Kelvin Anderson, 1992 Corey Williams, 1998 Walter Smallwood, 1966 Richard Attig, 1973 Jeff East, 2002 Jamel Oliver, 2003 Mike Wieser, 1978

Rushing Touchdowns (Game) 1. Walter Smallwood (vs. Central Missouri, 1968) Rushing Yards Per Carry (Career) Minimum 150 Attempts 1. Dione Tyler, 1994-95 2. Curtis Cooper, 2000-01 3. Broderick Benson, 1996-99 4. Timmy Holloman, 2005-08 5. K.D. Koleosho, 1997-00 6. Rashad West, 1999-01 7. Britt Mirgaux, 1996-98 8. Corey Kinsey, 2001-03 9. David Taufoou, 2003-04 10. Jamel Oliver, 2002-05

13 11 10 9 9 9 9 5

6.63 5.56 4.81 4.78 4.76 4.39 4.28 4.26 4.22 4.19

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Rushing Attempts (Career) 1. Walter Smallwood, 1965-68 637 2. Kelvin Anderson, 1992-94 636 3. Timmy Holloman, 2005-08 507 4. Richard Attig, 1970-73 485 5. Brian Lattimore, 1985-89 471 6. Anthony Jackson, 1985-86 356STATE FOOTBALL 2009 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI 7. Ernest Edwards, 1979-81 322 8. Trent Lane, 1983-88 317 9. Corey Kinsey, 2001-03 301 10. John Gabrisch, 1971-73 290 Rushing Attempts (Season) 1. Richard Attig, 1972 David Newberry, 1972 3. Corey Kinsey,2002 4. Curtis Cooper, 2001 5. Kelvin Anderson, 1994 6. Kelvin Anderson, 1993 7. Walter Smallwood, 1968

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Running Backs Kelvin “Earthquake” Anderson (left) and Antoine Esters (right).

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RUSHING RECORDS Rushing Yards Per Carry (Season) Minimum 75 Attempts 1. Dione Tyler, 1995 2. Timmy Holloman, 2007 3. Keiki Misipeka, 2002 Timmy Holloman, 2006 Curtis Cooper, 2001 6. K.D. Koleosho, 1999 7. Britt Mirgaux, 1997 8. Corey Williams, 1998 K.D. Koleosho, 1997 10. Timmy Holloman, 2005

6.57 5.75 5.40 5.40 5.40 5.11 5.02 4.87 4.87 4.83

Rushing Yards Per Game (Career) Minimum 20 Games 1. Timmy Holloman, 2005-08 2. Corey Kinsey, 2001-03 3. Curtis Cooper, 2000-01 4. Britt Mirgaux, 1996-98 5. K.D. Koleosho, 1997-00 6. Broderick Benson, 1996-99 7. John Radney, 2005-06 8. Riki Smith, 1996-98 9. Jamel Oliver, 2002-05 10. Elton Peterson, 2003-07

69.3 61.0 57.4 52.3 34.9 25.4 24.0 19.3 17.5 15.9

Rushing Yards Per Game (Season) Minimum 5 Games 1. Timmy Holloman, 2007 2. Curtis Cooper, 2001 3. Corey Kinsey, 2002 4. Dione Tyler, 1995 5. Corey Williams, 1998 6. Keiki Misipeka, 2002 7. Britt Mirgaux, 1996 8. Timmy Holloman, 2008 9. Timmy Holloman, 2006 10. Timmy Holloman, 2005

131.0 108.9 97.0 91.4 76.3 63.0 60.1 60.0 59.4 58.0

Longest Run from Scrimmage Kelvin Anderson (vs. Murray State, 1992)

Timmy Holloman (2005-08).

96 yards

Kelvin Anderson (1992-94).

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PASSING RECORDS Passing Yards (Career) 1. Jason Liley, 1989-92 2. Jeff Brown, 1983-87 3. Jack Tomco, 2002-03 4. Lance Brune, 1970-73 5. Greg Brune, 1964-67 6. Bobby Brune, 1998-01 7. Jim Eustice, 1988-89 8. Andrew Goodenough, 2003-04 9. Joe Young, 1979-81 10. Houston Lillard, 2006-08

6,179 5,853 4,946 4,808 4,210 4,124 3,935 3,719 3,468 3,417

Passing Yards (Season) 1. Jack Tomco, 2002 2. Andrew Goodenough, 2004 3. Jason Liley, 1990 4. Jason Liley, 1992 5. Mike Haley, 2005 6. Jim Eustice, 1989 7. Houston Lillard, 2008 8. Jeromy McDowell, 2001 9. Greg Brune, 1966 10. Jeff Brown, 1985

3,132 2,813 2,580 2,326 2,248 2,128 2,067 2,051 1,959 1,902

Passing Yards (Game) 1. Jack Tomco (vs. Kent State, 2002)

429

8. E. Cohoon, 1991 9. Jim Eustice, 1989 10. Jeromy McDowell, 2001

161 158 155

Pass Completions (Game) 1. Mike Haley (vs. Kent State, 2005)

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Pass Completion Percentage (Career) Minimum 150 Attempts 1. Jack Tomco, 2002-03 2. Andrew Goodenough, 2003-04 3. Bobby Brune, 1998-01 4. Houston Lillard, 2006-08 5. Jeromy McDowell, 2001-03 6. Rashad West, 1999-01 7. Mike Haley, 2004-05 8. Kevin Ballatore, 2005-06 9. Shane Kennedy, 1992-95 10. Justin Martini, 1995-97 Pass Completion Percentage (Season) Minimum 75 Attempts 1. Jack Tomco, 2002 2. Jeromy McDowell, 2003 3. Bobby Brune, 1998 4. Andrew Goodenough, 2003 5. Andrew Goodenough, 2004 6. Kevin Ballatore, 2005 7. Jack Tomco, 2003 Houston Lillard, 2007 9. Rashad West, 1999 10. Bobby Brune, 2000

Pass Completions (Career) 1. Jeff Brown, 1983-87 545 2. Jason Liley, 1989-92 530 3. Jack Tomco, 2002-03 386 4. Bobby Brune, 1998-01 351 5. Lance Brune, 1970-73 350 6. Andrew Goodenough, 2003-04 349STATE Pass Attempts (Career) 2009 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL 7. Jim Eustice, 1988-89 312 1. Jason Liley, 1989-92 8. Shane Kennedy, 1992-95 289 2. Lance Brune, 1970-73 9. Houston Lillard, 2006-08 266 3. Jeff Brown, 1983-87 10. Joe Young, 1979-81 245 4. Jack Tomco, 2002-03 5. Bobby Brune, 1998-01 Pass Completions (Season) 6. Shane Kennedy, 1992-95 1. Andrew Goodenough, 2004 278 7. Andrew Goodenough, 2003-04 2. Jeff Brown, 1985 243 8. Jim Eustice, 1988-89 3. Jack Tomco, 2002 242 9. Greg Brune, 1964-67 4. Jason Liley, 1990 220 10. Joe Young, 1979-81 5. Mike Haley, 2005 192 Jason Liley, 1992 192 7. Houston Lillard, 2008 166

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62.2 60.2 57.3 57.2 56.3 55.8 54.4 51.2 48.8 43.8

65.1 64.6 62.2 61.2 59.9 59.2 57.8 57.8 57.1 56.9 911 773 733 621 613 592 580 551 538 504

Pass Attempts (Season) 1. Andrew Goodenough, 2004 2. Jack Tomco, 2002 3. Jason Liley, 1990 4. Mike Haley, 2005 5. Jason Liley, 1992 6. Houston Lillard, 2008 7. Jim Eustice, 1989 8. Shane Kennedy, 1995 Jeromy McDowell, 2001 10. Eric Cohoon, 1991 Pass Attempts (Game) 1. Mike Haley (vs. Kent State, 2005)

464 372 360 347 334 292 291 288 288 266 61

Most Touchdown Passes (Career) 1. Jeff Brown, 1983-87 2. Jack Tomco, 2002-03 3. Lance Brune, 1970-73 Jason Liley, 1989-92 5. Greg Brune, 1964-67 6. Bobby Brune, 1998-01 7. Houston Lillard, 2006-08 8. Jim Eustice, 1988-89 9. Joe Young, 1979-81 Jim Prestwood, 1980-83 Andrew Goodenough, 2003-04

45 37 30 30 29 24 22 20 19 19 19

Most Touchdown Passes (Season) 1. Jack Tomco, 2002 2. Greg Brune, 1966 3. Andrew Goodenough, 2004 4. Eric Cohoon, 1991 Mike Haley, 2005 Jeff Brown, 1985 7. Jason Liley, 1990 8. Jeff Brown, 1986 Jeromy McDowell, 2001 10. Houston Lillard, 2008 Jim Eustice, 1989

29 17 16 15 15 15 14 13 13 12 12

Most Touchdown Passes (Game) 1. Jack Tomco (vs. UT Martin, 2002)

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PASSING RECORDS Pass Efficiency Percentage (Career) Minimum 150 Attempts 1. Jack Tomco, 2002-03 2. Houston Lillard, 2006-08 3. Jeromy McDowell, 2001-03 4. Andrew Goodenough, 2003-04 5. Bobby Brune, 1998-01 6. Mike Haley, 2004-05 7. Rashad West, 1999-01 8. Kevin Ballatore, 2005-06 9. Shane Kennedy, 1992-95 10. Justin Martini, 1995-97

141.3 126.4 119.2 118.3 118.2 112.9 112.3 104.4 98.9 88.7

Pass Efficiency Percentage (Season) Minimum 75 Attempts 1. Jack Tomco, 2002 2. Rashad West, 1999 3. Houston Lillard, 2007 4. Andrew Goodenough, 2003 5. Bobby Brune, 1998 6. Bobby Brune, 2000 7. Kevin Ballatore, 2005 8. Jack Tomco, 2003 9. Houston Lillard, 2008 10. Jeromy McDowell, 2001

153.4 144.4 135.5 128.5 126.2 126.0 123.3 123.2 121.0 119.5

Average Yards Per Pass (Career) Minimum 150 Attempts 1. Jack Tomco, 2002-03 2. Houston Lillard, 2006-08 3. Rashad West, 1999-01 4. Jeromy McDowell, 2001-03 5. Bobby Brune, 1998-01 6. Andrew Goodenough, 2003-04 Mike Haley, 2004-05 8. Shane Kennedy, 1992-95 9. Kevin Ballatore, 2005-06 10. Justin Martini, 1995-97

8.0 7.3 6.9 6.8 6.7 6.4 6.4 5.8 5.5 5.4

Average Yards Per Pass (Season) Minimum 75 Attempts 1. Rashad West, 1999 2. Jack Tomco, 2002 3. Andrew Goodenough, 2003 Houston Lillard, 2007 5. Bobby Brune, 1998 6. Jack Tomco, 2003 7. Jeromy McDowell, 2001

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Houston Lillard, 2008 9. Bobby Brune, 2000 10. Mike Haley, 2005 Average Yards Per Completion (Career) Minimum 150 Attempts 1. Houston Lillard, 2006-08 Jack Tomco, 2002-03 3. Rashad West, 1999-01 Justin Martini, 1995-97 5. Jeromy McDowell, 2001-03 6. Shane Kennedy, 1992-95 7. Bobby Brune, 1998-01 Mike Haley, 2004-05 9. Kevin Ballatore, 2005-06 Andrew Goodenough, 2003-04

7.1 6.9 6.5

12.8 12.8 12.4 12.4 12.1 11.8 11.7 11.7 10.7 10.7

Average Yards Per Completion (Season) Minimum 75 Attempts 1. Rashad West, 1999 2. Houston Lillard, 2007 3. Jeromy McDowell, 2001 4. Justin Martini, 1997 5. Jack Tomco, 2002 6. Andrew Goodenough, 2003 7. Jack Tomco, 2003 8. Houston Lillard, 2008 9. Matt Scheible, 2008 10. Bobby Brune, 2000

16.4 13.5 13.2 13.1 12.9 12.8 12.6 12.5 12.3 12.2

Passing Yards Per Game (Career) Minimum 20 Games 1. Jack Tomco, 2002-03 2. Houston Lillard, 2006-08 3. Bobby Brune, 1998-01 4. Justin Martini, 1995-97

206.1 162.7 103.1 100.9

Passing Yards Per Game (Season) Minimum 5 Games 1. Jack Tomco, 2002 2. Andrew Goodenough, 2004 3. Mike Haley, 2005 4. Houston Lillard, 2008 5. Jeromy McDowell, 2001 6. Shane Kennedy, 1995 7. Jack Tomco, 2003 8. Houston Lillard, 2007 9. Andrew Goodenough, 2003 10. Bobby Brune, 2000

261.0 255.7 204.4 187.9 186.5 152.6 151.2 150.0 129.4 123.9

Longest Touchdown Pass Jim Prestwood to David Stewart (vs. Northeast Missouri, 1983) Interceptions (Career) 1. Jason Liley, 1989-92 2. Jeff Brown, 1983-87 3. Lance Brune, 1970-73 4. Jim Prestwood, 1980-83 5. Joe Young, 1979-81 6. Greg Brune, 1964-67 7. Bobby Brune, 1998-01 8. Shane Kennedy, 1992-95 9. Jack Tomco, 2002-03 10. Justin Martini, 1995-97 Interceptions (Season) 1. Jason Liley, 1992 2. Jim Prestwood, 1983 3. Jason Liley, 1990 4. Jim Prestwood, 1982 Lance Brune, 1970 Mike Haley, 2005 7. Jeff Brown, 1986 Andrew Goodenough, 2004 Jack Tomco, 2002 10. Greg Schroeder, 1969 Most Interceptions (Game) Joe Young (vs. Evansville, 1979) Jeff Brown (vs. Delta State, 1986)

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55 54 48 37 34 30 26 25 23 21 24 21 19 16 16 16 15 15 15 14 5 5

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RECEIVING RECORDS Pass Receptions (Career) 1. Darrell Philon, 1988-91 2. Willie Ponder, 2001-02 3. Ray Goodson, 2001-04 4. Glenn Krupa, 1989-92 5. Leslie Weaver, 1997-00 6. Aaron Layton, 1990-93 7. Chris Salyer, 1988-91 8. Lorenzo Gathers, 1984-88 9. Dante Bryant, 1996-98 10. John Diepenbrock, 195-68

181 157 149 136 131 130 118 116 114 110

Pass Receptions (Season) 1. Willie Ponder, 2002 2. Glenn Krupa, 1992 3. Farron Haley, 1989 4. Willie Ponder, 2001 5. Ray Goodson, 2003 6. Walter Peoples, 2008 7. Darrell Philon, 1991 8. Ray Goodson, 2004 Chris Salyer, 1990 10. Lorenzo Gathers, 1988

87 77 72 70 66 65 60 58 58 56

Pass Receptions (Game) 1. Farron Haley (vs. Lincoln, 1989)

14

8. Darrell Philon, 1991 9. Lorenzo Gathers, 1988 Glenn Krupa, 1992

815 773 773

Receiving Yardage (Game) 1. Arthur Miller (vs. Evansville, 1969)

211

Receiving Touchdowns (Career) 1. Willie Ponder, 2001-02 2. John Diepenbrock, 1965-68 3. David Gross, 1976-79 David Jackson, 1983-86 5. Edward Slaughter, 1971-74 6. Darrell Philon, 1988-91 Arthur Miller, 1969-71 Leslie Weaver, 1997-00 9. T.J. Milcic, 2003-05 Lorenzo Gathers, 1984-88

26 20 14 14 13 12 12 12 11 11

Receiving Touchdowns (Season) 1. Willie Ponder, 2002 2. Willie Ponder, 2001 3. David Gross, 1979 4. T.J. Milcic, 2005 5. John Diepenbrock, 1967 David Jackson, 1985 7. Miles Edwards, 2007 Arthur Miller, 1969 John Diepenbrock, 1968 Farron Haley, 1989

15 11 10 9 8 8 7 7 7 7

Receiving Yardage (Career) 1. Willie Ponder, 2001-02 2,543 2. Darrell Philon, 1988-91 2,502 3. John Diepenbrock, 1965-68 2,073 Receiving Touchdowns (Game) 4. Leslie Weaver, 1997-00 1,866 1. Lyman Brown 5. Lorenzo Gathers, 1984-88 1,832 FOOTBALL (vs. Central Missouri, 1962) 6. Edward Slaughter, 1971-74 1,782STATE 2009 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI 7. Aaron Layton, 1990-93 1,699 Yards Per Reception (Career) 8. T.J. Milcic, 2003-05 1,661 Minimum 30 Receptions 9. Chris Salyer, 1988-91 1,567 1. T.J. Milcic, 2003-05 10. Dante Bryant, 1996-98 1,524 2. Adrian Sanders, 2001 3. Willie Ponder, 2001-02 Receiving Yardage (Season) 4. Brandon Amick, 2002-03 1. Willie Ponder, 2002 1,453 5. Leslie Weaver, 1997-00 2. Farron Haley, 1989 1,116 6. Miles Edwards, 2007-present 3. Willie Ponder, 2001 1,090 7. Walter Peoples, 2006-present 4. Walter Peoples, 2008 903 8. Jon Riley, 1993-96 5. Aaron Layton, 1992 875 9. Anthony Gilliam, 2003 6. T.J. Milcic, 2005 842 10. Oge Oge, 2004-06 7. Chris Salyer, 1990 817

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Yards Per Reception (Season) Minimum 15 Receptions 1. T.J. Milcic, 2005 2. Willie Ponder, 2002 3. Adrian Sanders, 2001 4. Joseph Tuineau, 2007 5. Brandon Amick, 2003 6. Willie Ponder, 2001 7. Jon Riley, 1995 8. Jamel Oliver, 2005 9. Leslie Weaver, 2000 10. Mitch Fryer, 1997

20.05 16.70 16.29 15.90 15.59 15.57 15.43 15.35 15.33 15.06

Receptions Per Game (Career) 1. Willie Ponder, 2001-02 2. Jon Riley, 1993-96 3. Dante Bryant, 1996-98 4. Ray Goodson, 2001-04 5. Curtis Cooper, 2000-01 6. T.J. Milcic, 2003-05 7. Leslie Weaver, 1997-00 8. Tarik Simpson, 2000-02 9. Brian Matthews, 2004-05 10. Miles Edwards, 2007-present

6.83 4.90 3.80 3.63 3.36 3.16 3.05 2.97 2.86 2.83

Receptions Per Game (Season) 1. Willie Ponder, 2002 2. Willie Ponder, 2001 3. Ray Goodson, 2003 4. Walter Peoples, 2008 5. Ray Goodson, 2004 6. Adrian Sanders, 2001 7. Jamel Oliver, 2004 8. Leslie Weaver, 2000 Dante Bryant, 1998 10. Curtis Cooper, 2001

7.25 6.36 5.50 5.42 5.27 4.67 4.50 4.18 4.18 4.00

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TOTAL OFFENSE/ALL-PURPOSE RECORDS Total Offense Yardage (Career) Rushing and Passing Yardage 1. Jeff Brown, 1983-87 2. Jason Liley, 1989-92 3. Jack Tomco, 2002-03 Lance Brune, 1970-73 5. Bobby Brune, 1998-01 6. Greg Brune, 1964-67 7. Shane Kennedy, 1992-95 8. Jim Eustice, 1988-89 9. Andrew Goodenough, 2003-04 10. Joe Young, 1979-81 Total Offense Yardage (Season) Rushing and Passing Yardage 1. Jack Tomco, 2002 2. Andrew Goodenough, 2004 3. Jason Liley, 1990 4. Jason Liley, 1992 5. Mike Haley, 2005 6. Jim Eustice, 1989 7. Houston Lillard, 2008 8. Greg Brune, 1966 9. Jeromy McDowell, 2001 10. Shane Kennedy, 1995 Total Offense (Game) 1. Jack Tomco (vs. UT Martin, 2002)

5,935 5,764 4,861 4,861 4,278 4,250 3,940 3,857 3,639 3,475

3,070 2,719 2,333 2,209 2,141 2,076 1,992 1,959 1,927 1,866

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jason Liley, 1990 Mike Haley, 2005 Shane Kennedy, 1995 Houston Lillard, 2008 Jeromy McDowell, 2001 Jim Eustice, 1989 Greg Brune, 1966

394 386 369 343 329 314 224

All-Purpose Yardage (Career) Rushing, Receiving, Return Yardage 1. Kelvin Anderson, 1992-94 2. Walter Smallwood, 1965-68 3. Jamel Oliver, 2002-05 4. David Jackson, 1983-86 5. Darrell Philon, 1988-91 6. Curtis Cooper, 2000-01 7. Willie Ponder, 2001-02 8. Tim Holloman, 2005-08 9. Brian Lattimore, 1985-89 10. Dione Tyler, 1994-95

4,173 3,577 3,572 3,494 3,443 3,365 3,174 2,973 2,782 2,740

All-Purpose Yardage (Season) Rushing, Receiving, Return Yardage 1. Curtis Cooper, 2001 2. Kelvin Anderson, 1992 3. Willie Ponder, 2002 4. Dione Tyler, 1995 5. David Newberry, 1972 6. Jamel Oliver, 2003 7. Darrell Philon, 1991 8. Willie Ponder, 2001 9. David Jackson, 1985 10. Kelvin Anderson, 1993

2,127 1,795 1,786 1,740 1,683 1,455 1,391 1,388 1985 1,305

429

Total Offense Attempts (Career) Rushing and Passing Attempts 1. Jason Liley, 1989-92 1,055 2. Jeff Brown, 1983-87 1,005 3. Lance Brune, 1970-73 963 4. Bobby Brune, 1998-01 856 5. Shane Kennedy, 1992-95 810 6. Jack Tomco, 2002-03 671 7. Kelvin Anderson, 1992-94 636 8. Andrew Goodenough, 2003-04 631 9. Joe Young, 1979-81 629 10. Jim Eustice, 1988-89 603 Total Offense Attempts (Season) Rushing and Passing Attempts 1. Andrew Goodenough, 2004 2. Jason Liley, 1992 3. Jack Tomco, 2002

494 397 396

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SCORING/SPECIAL TEAMS RECORDS Points Scored (Career) 1. Derek Kutz, 2001-04 2. Mike Wood, 1974-77 3. Walter Smallwood, 1965-68 4. Timmy Holloman, 2005-08 5. Brian Lattimore, 1985-89 6. Willie Ponder, 2001-02 7. Kelvin Anderson, 1992-94 8. Doug Spada, 2006-present 9. Richard Attig, 1970-73 10. Ed Hotz, 1979-81

262 258 216 174 168 162 150 137 135 130

Points Scored (Season) 1. George Godwin, 1937 2. Walter Smallwood, 1968 Willie Ponder, 2002 4. Kelvin Anderson, 1992 Brian Lattimore, 1988 6. Keiki Misipeka, 2002 7. Derek Kutz, 2003 8. Derek Kutz, 2002 Doug Spada, 2008 10. David Newberry, 1972 Corey Williams, 1998

113 96 96 84 84 78 75 74 74 72 72

Points Scored (Game) 1. Walter Smallwood (vs. Central Missouri, 1968)

30

7. 10.

David Newberry, 1972 Corey Williams, 1998 Dione Tyler, 1995 Richard Attig, 1973 David Taufoou, 2004

12 12 12 11 11

Touchdowns (Game) 1. Walter Smallwood (vs. Central Missouri, 1968)

5

Field Goals (Career) 1. Mike Wood, 1974-77 2. Derek Kutz, 2001-04 3. Doug Spada, 2006-present 4. Ed Hotz, 1879-81 5. Craig Klafeta, 1986-87 6. Earl Wessel, 1988-89 7. Eric Warren, 1994-97 8. Ryan Devins, 1993-95 9. Colin Schermann, 2005-07 10. John Overby, 1982-85 Eric Zimmerman, 1990-93

64 42 29 28 21 19 17 16 15 14 14

Field Goals (Season) 1. Mike Wood, 1976 2. Mike Wood, 1974 Mike Wood, 1977 4. Mike Wood, 1975 Derek Kutz, 2003 Doug Spada, 2008 7. Doug Spada, 2007 8. Colin Schermann, 2005 Derek Kutz, 2004 10. Craig Klafeta, 1986

17 16 16 15 15 15 14 12 12 11

Touchdowns (Career) 1. Walter Smallwood, 1965-68 36 2. Timmy Holloman, 2005-08 29 3. Brian Lattimore, 1985-89 28 4. Willie Ponder, 2001-02 27 5. Kelvin 1992-94 25 STATE FOOTBALL 2009Anderson, SOUTHEAST MISSOURI 6. Richard Attig, 1970-73 21 7. Jamel Oliver, 2002-05 17 8. David Jackson, 1983-86 16 Bobby Everage, 1974-75 16 10. David Newberry, 1970-72 15 Touchdowns (Season) 1. George Godwin, 1937 2. Walter Smallwood, 1968 Willie Ponder, 2002 4. Brian Lattimore, 1988 Kelvin Anderson, 1992 6. Keiki Misipeka, 2002

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Derek Kutz (2001-04).

Field Goals (Game) 1. Mike Wood (vs. Central Missouri, 1976)

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Longest Field Goal Mike Wood (vs. Lincoln, 1975)

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Point After Touchdown (Career) Made 1. Derek Kutz, 2001-04 136 2. Carl Gross, 1974-77 80 3. Mike Wood, 1974-77 66 4. Colin Schermann, 2005-07 53 5. Doug Spada, 2006-present 50 6. Eric Warren, 1994-97 48 7. Ed Hotz, 1979-81 46 8. Bruce Nall, 1966-69 45 9. Ryan Devins, 1993-95 39 10. John Overby, 1982-85 34

Att. 143 NA NA 58 53 56 59 NA 42 40

Point After Touchdown (Season) Made Att. 1. Derek Kutz, 2002 50 52 2. Derek Kutz, 2001 30 32 Derek Kutz, 2003 30 30 4. Colin Schermann, 2005 29 32 Doug Spada, 2008 29 30 6. Eric Zimmerman, 1990 28 28 7. Derek Kutz, 2004 26 29 8. Mike Wood, 1975 25 NA Bruce Nall, 1969 25 NA 10. Carl Gross, 1971 24 NA

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SPECIAL TEAMS RECORDS Punting Average (Career) Minimum 50 Attempts 1. David Simonhoff, 2003-06 2. Doug Spada, 2006-present 3. Justin Terrill, 1994-97 4. Greg Brune, 1964-67 Punting Average (Season) Minimum 20 Attempts 1. David Simonhoff, 2004 2. David Simonhoff, 2006 3. Doug Spada, 2008 4. Justin Terrill, 1997 5. David Simonhoff, 2005 6. Doug Spada, 2007 7. Jason Witczak, 2000 8. David Simonhoff, 2003 9. Greg Brune, 1965 10. Kyle East, 2001 Punting Average (Game) 1. Steve Williams (vs. Murray State, 1983)

43.89 43.50 38.58 38.33

46.00 44.81 44.74 43.53 42.84 42.53 41.31 40.98 39.90 37.54 56.00 David Simonhoff (2003-06).

Punting Yards (Career) 1. Justin Terrill, 1994-97 2. David Simonhoff, 2003-06 3. Greg Brune, 1964-67 4. Todd Fields, 1982-85 5. Ed Hotz, 1979-81 6. Mike Wood, 1974-77 7. Doug Spada, 2006-present 8. Derek Norton, 1992-93 9. Brian Gilbert, 1990-92 10. Bob Allendorf, 1962-63

10,647 10,402 6,138 5,923 5,113 4,735 4,655 4,481 4,127 3,718

Punt Attempts (Career) 1. Justin Terrill, 1994-97 2. David Simonhoff, 2003-06 3. Greg Brune, 1964-67 4. Todd Fields, 1982-85 5. Ed Hotz, 1979-81 6. Mike Wood, 1974-77 7. Derek Norton, 1992-93 8. Brian Gilbert, 1990-92 9. Bob Allendorf, 1962-63 10. Doug Spada, 2006-present

276 237 160 149 140 121 119 118 109 107

Punting Yards (Season) 1. David Simonhoff, 2004 2. Justin Terrill, 1997 3. Justin Terrill, 1994 4. Derek Norton, 1993 David Simonhoff, 2005 6. David Simonhoff, 2006 7. Doug Spada, 2007 8. Greg Brune, 1965 9. Justin Terrill, 1995 10. Brian Gilbert, 1991

3,174 3,134 2,714 2,699 2,699 2,644 2,509 2,456 2,440 2,417

Punt Attempts (Season) 1. Justin Terrill, 1994 2. Justin Terrill, 1997 3. David Simonhoff, 2004 4. Brian Gilbert, 1991 Derek Norton, 1993 6. Justin Terrill, 1995 7. Justin Terrill, 1996 David Simonhoff, 2005 9. Mike Wood, 1976 Greg Brune, 1965

75 72 69 67 67 66 63 63 62 62

Punt Attempts (Game) 1. Jason Witczak (vs. Illinois State, 2000) Justin Terrill (vs. Tennessee State, 1996)

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Kickoff Return Yards (Career) 1. David Jackson, 1983-86 1,938 2. Jamel Oliver, 2002-05 1,436 3. Antonio Scaife, 2003-06 1,415 4. Jon Riley, 1993-96 1,193 5. Corey Chester, 1998-00 1,111 6. Elton Peterson, 2003-07 1,087 7. Curtis Cooper, 2000-01 1,027 8. Keith Hubbard, 1979-82 940 9. Jacob McKinley, 2008-present 785 10. Dione Tyler, 1994-95 772 * Current Players in Bold

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SPECIAL TEAMS RECORDS Kickoff Return Yards (Season) 1. Jacob McKinley, 2008 2. Elton Peterson, 2007 3. David Jackson, 1985 4. Curtis Cooper, 2000 5. Jon Riley, 1993 6. Antonio Scaife, 2004 7. David Jackson, 1984 8. Dione Tyler, 1994 9. Jamel Oliver, 2002 10. Corey Chester, 1998 Kickoff Return Average (Career) Minimum 25 Returns 1. Corey Chester, 1998-00 2. Jacob McKinley, 2008-present 3. Curtis Cooper, 2000-01 4. Willie Ponder, 2001-02 5. Jon Riley, 1993-96 6. Elton Peterson, 2003-07 7. Andrew Joyce, 1994-97 8. Dione Tyler, 1994-95 9. Jamel Oliver, 2002-05 10. Romae Rucker, 2004-07

785 734 676 632 610 603 592 568 548 503

24.15 22.43 21.85 21.60 21.30 20.51 20.35 19.79 19.67 19.32

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Curtis Cooper, 2000-01 Corey Chester, 1998-00 Keith Hubbard, 1979-82 Dione Tyler, 1994-95 Jacob McKinley, 2008-present

Kickoff Returns (Season) 1. Jacob McKinley, 2008 Elton Peterson, 2007 3. Antonio Scaife, 2004 David Jackson, 1984 5. David Jackson, 1985 6. Dione Tyler, 1994 7. Curtis Cooper, 2000 8. Antonio Scaife, 2005 Jamel Oliver, 2002 10. Jon Riley, 1993

35 35 32 32 30 28 26 25 25 23

Punt Return Yards (Career) 1. Dione Tyler, 1994-95 2. Darrell Philon, 1988-91 3. Antonio Scaife, 2003-06 4. Curtis Cooper, 2000-01 5. Aaron Layton, 1990-93 6. Mike Hargens, 1980-82 7. Jim Bland, 1967-68 8. David Newberry, 1970-72 9. Arthur Sargent, 1986-88 10. David Jackson, 1983-86

525 500 485 468 464 312 292 264 239 212

Kickoff Return Average (Season) Minimum 10 Returns 1. Corey Chester, 1998 26.47 Brian Hinton, 1999 26.47 3. Curtis Cooper, 2000 24.31 4. Corey Chester, 2000 22.88 Punt Return Yards (Season) 5. Jacob McKinley, 2008 22.43 1. Dione Tyler, 1994 6. Jamel Oliver, 2002 21.92 2. Jim Bland, 1967 7. Corey Chester, 1999 21.90 3. Curtis Cooper, 2000 Darrell Philon, 1989 8. Willie 2001 MISSOURI 21.77 2009Ponder, SOUTHEAST STATE 4. FOOTBALL 9. Henry Harris, 2008 21.54 5. Arthur Sargent, 1986 10. Willie Ponder, 2002 21.42 6. Aaron Layton, 1992 7. Antonio Scaife, 2003 8. Curtis Cooper, 2001 Longest Kickoff Return for a Touchdown 1. David Jackson 97 9. Jim Duspiwa, 1967 10. Dione Tyler, 1995 (vs. Abilene Christian, 1985) Kickoff Returns (Career) 1. David Jackson, 1983-86 2. Antonio Scaife, 2003-06 3. Jamel Oliver, 2002-05 4. Jon Riley, 1993-96 5. Elton Peterson, 2003-07

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90 75 73 56 53

47 46 43 39 35

Punt Return Average (Career) Minimum 25 Returns 1. Dione Tyler, 1994-95 2. Curtis Cooper, 2000-01 3. Antonio Scaife, 2003-06 4. Chris NesSmith, 2000-04

347 292 253 242 233 217 216 215 206 178

Punt Return Average (Season) Minimum 10 Returns 1. Curtis Cooper, 2001 2. Antonio Scaife, 2003 3. Dione Tyler, 1995 4. Curtis Cooper, 2000 5. Chris NesSmith, 2002 6. Kendall Magana, 2007 7. Antonio Scaife, 2004 8. Corey Chester, 1998 9. Marcus McKinley, 1997 10. Andy Dunaway, 1999

15.36 12.71 11.12 10.54 8.00 6.62 5.95 5.89 5.83 4.91

Punt Returns (Career) 1. Antonio Scaife, 2003-06 2. Aaron Layton, 1990-93 3. Darrell Philon, 1988-91 4. Mike Hargens, 1980-82 5. Dione Tyler, 1994-95 6. Curtis Cooper, 2000-01 7. Timbo Jones, 1981-84 8. Chris NesSmith, 2000-04 9. David Jackson, 1983-86 10. Chris Salyer, 1988-91

71 63 62 59 39 38 32 29 26 25

Punt Returns (Season) 1. Mike Hargens, 1981 2. Darrell Philon, 1989 3. Darrell Philon, 1991 4. Jim Bland, 1967 5. Curtis Cooper, 2000 Marcus McKinley, 1997 7. Dione Tyler, 1994 8. Antonio Scaife, 2004 Chris NesSmith, 2002 Aaron Layton, 1990

32 28 26 25 24 24 23 22 22 22

Longest Punt Return for a Touchdown 1. Lyman Brown (vs. Northwest Missouri, 1962)

86

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13.46 12.32 6.83 6.76

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DEFENSIVE RECORDS Tackles (Career) Note: Statistics for tackles have only been recorded since 1980. 1. Robert Haggerty, 1993-96 424 2. Ricky Farmer, 2000-03 378 3. Ronald Smith, 1993-97 358 4. Brian Burton, 1992-96 330 Angel Rubio, 1993-97 330 6. Joe Divis, 1990-92 312 7. O.J. Turner, 2001-04 293 8. Doug Berg, 1990-94 290 9. Troy Baglio, 1995-98 285 10. Rick Borman, 1980-81 278 11. James Chinn, 1989-92 277 12. Adam Casper, 2004-07 262 13. Isaac Powell, 1997-00 258 14. Mike Miller, 2001-05 252 Mike Hargens, 1980-82 252 16. Ken Harmon, 1980-83 242 17. Greg Klund, 1993-96 231 18. Kenneth Miller, 1985-87 223 19. Dennis Lockhart, 1980-82 216 20. Wayne James, 1980-82 211 Tackles (Season) 1. Nick Stauffer, 2008 2. Joe Williams, 2000 3. Kenneth Miller, 1987 Rick Borman, 1981 Rick Borman, 1980 6. Frank Russell, 1995 Robert Haggerty, 1995 8. Brian Burton, 1996 9. Mike Hargens, 1982 10. Prince Anderson, 2001 Isaac Powell, 2000 12. Robert Haggerty, 1994 13. Joe Divis, 1992 14. Ricky Farmer, 2002 15. Robert Haggerty, 1996 16. Jeff Herd, 1987 17. Brian Burton, 1994 Wayne James, 1982 Angel Rubio, 1997 20. Adam Casper, 2007 Jeremy Atwell, 1999

150 147 139 139 139 136 136 133 128 125 125 124 122 120 118 117 114 114 114 112 112

Sacks (Career) Note: Statistics for sacks have only been recorded since 1993. 1. Angel Rubio, 1993-97 2. Edgar Jones, 2003-06 3. Doug Berg, 1990-94 4. James Jennette, 1999-02 5. Cordez Vaughn, 1993-94 6. Ricky Farmer, 2000-03 Ryan Roth, 2000-03 8. Troy Baglio, 1995-98 Mark Munsell, 1991-94 Corey Mathis, 2000-01 11. Adam Jones, 2001-04 Justin Komondoreas, 2004-05 Joel Becker, 1996-99 14. Nick Ketelsleger, 2007-08 Kevin Meachem, 1997-98 16. Ben Gugler, 2007-08 17. Brian Burton, 1992-96 Albert Bateman, 1991-95 Brad Richardson, 1996-99 Jeremy Motley, 2000-02 Marvin Hamilton, 1993-94 Sacks (Season) 1. Edgar Jones, 2006 2. Doug Berg, 1994 3. Justin Komondoreas, 2005 4. Kevin Meachem, 1998 Angel Rubio, 1997 Angel Rubio, 1996 Corey Mathis, 2000 8. Ben Gugler, 2007-08 9. Mark Munsell, 1994 James Jennette, 2002 11. Cordez Vaughn, 1994 12. Marvin Hamilton, 1994 Cordez Vaughn, 1993 Ryan Roth, 2002 Ryan Roth, 2003

21.5 16.0 15.5 11.0 10.5 10.0 10.0 9.0 9.0 9.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 7.0 7.0 6.5 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 12.0 11.5 7.5 7.0 7.0 7.0 7.0 6.5 6.0 6.0 5.5 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

Tackles for Loss (Career) Note: Statistics for TFL have been kept consistently since 1993. 1. Angel Rubio, 1993-97 2. James Jennette, 1999-02 3. Ricky Farmer, 2000-03 4. Ryan Roth, 2000-03 5. Troy Baglio, 1995-98 Corey Mathis, 2000-01 7. O.J. Turner, 2001-04 Edgar Jones, 2003-06 9. Jeremy Atwell, 1998-99 10. Brian Burton, 1992-96 11. Doug Berg, 1990-94 12. Justin Komondoreas, 2004-05 13. Adam Jones, 2001-04 Mike Miller, 2001-05 15. Cal Jillson, 2001-04 16. Donovan LaViness, 1999 17. Kyle Hunt, 2005-06 18. Brad Richardson, 1996-99 19. Adam Casper, 2004-07 Joel Becker, 1996-99

44.0 40.0 33.0 29.0 26.0 26.0 24.0 24.0 22.0 21.0 19.0 18.5 18.0 18.0 17.5 17.0 16.0 15.0 14.0 14.0

Tackles for Loss (Season) 1. Jeremy Atwell, 1999 Corey Mathis, 2000 Angel Rubio, 1997 4. Edgar Jones, 2006 5. Donovan LaViness, 1999 6. Angel Rubio, 1996 James Jennette, 2001 Ryan Roth, 2003 9. Justin Komondoreas, 2005 10. Kevin Meachem, 1998 Ryan Roth, 2002 12. Troy Baglio, 1998 James Jennette, 2002 14. Ben Gugler, 2007-08 Kyle Hunt, 2006 16. Albert Bateman, 1995 Doug Berg, 1993

19.0 19.0 19.0 18.0 17.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 14.0 13.0 13.0 12.0 12.0 11.5 11.5 11.0 11.0

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DEFENSIVE RECORDS Interceptions (Career) 1. James Chinn, 1989-92 2. Greg Klund, 1994-96 3. Curtis Hammond, 1984-87 4. Mike Hargens, 1980-82 5. Kellin White, 2002-05 Steven Meier, 1970-72 John Bean, 1969-71 Jim Bland, 1967-68 Nate Beasley, 1979-81 10. Dimitri Patterson, 2001-03 11. Fred Hambrick, 1995-98 Asia Thorn, 1987-88 Brian Hinton, 1997-99 Isaac Powell, 1997-00 15. Eddie Calvin, 2006-present Jim Powell, 1970-72 Steve Bryant, 1989-92

18 14 13 12 10 10 10 10 10 9 8 8 8 8 7 7 7

8. Fred Hambrick, 1995-98 9. Asia Thorn, 1987-88 10. Brian Hinton, 1997-99

146 139 130

Interception Return Yards (Season) 1. Kellin White, 2004 2. James Chinn, 1989 3. Dennis Meyr, 1967 4. Marquis Walker, 1995 5. Brian Hinton, 1999 6. Eddie Calvin, 2007 7. Gene Figge, 1969 8. Steven Meier, 1971 Fred Hambrick, 1997 10. Mike Hargens, 1981

191 174 125 120 118 115 99 98 98 97

Fumble Recoveries (Season) 1. Jeremy Atwell, 1998 2. Damon Hendrick, 1997 Cordez Vaughn, 1993 4. Ronald Smith, 1996 Maurice Sanders, 1993 Marcus McLellan, 1998 Marcus Dover, 1993 Brian Burton, 1994

Interceptions (Season) 1. Dennis Meyr, 1967 6 James Chinn, 1991 6 Jim Bland, 1967 6 Dimitri Patterson, 2003 6 John Bean, 1969 6 Nate Beasley, 1980 6 7. James Chinn, 1989 5 Marquis Walker, 1995 5 Brian Hinton, 1999 5 Fred Hambrick, 1997 5 Asia Thorn, 1988 5 Greg Schroeder, 1966 5 Mike Hargens, 1982 5 Curtis Hammond, 1986 5 2009 Greg Klund, 1994 MISSOURI5 STATE FOOTBALL SOUTHEAST Frank Russell, 1995 5 Leslie Young, 1969 5 Greg Klund, 1996 5 Interception Return Yards (Career) 1. Kellin White, 2002-05 2. James Chinn, 1989-92 3. Eddie Calvin, 2006-present 4. Mike Hargens, 1980-82 5. Steven Meier, 1970-72 6. Curtis Hammond, 1984-87 7. Marquis Walker, 1994-95

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336 315 206 203 173 166 150

Kellin White (2002-05).

4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2

Edgar Jones (2003-06).

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COACHING HISTORY

Abe Stuber

(1932-46) 72-42-6 (.600)

Kenneth Knox (1952-67) 89-58-4 (.583)

Tom Thrower (1968-73) 37-22-2 (.607)

Jim Lohr

Bob Smith

(1974-83) 52-53-4 (.477)

(1984-87) 17-26-1 (.386)

TEAM RECORDS

Bill Maskill (1988-89) 13-8-0 (.619)

Tim Billings (2000-05) 25-43 (.321)

John Mumford (1990-99) 40-70 (.364)

Tony Samuel

(2006-present) 11-23 (.324)

Head Coaches Not Pictured: J.F. Corleux (1915-29) 34-53-11 (.347); George Flamank (1930-31) 3-14-1 (.166); Wayne Goddard (1947-51) 10-30-5 (.222). MIAA Championship Teams: 1937, 1942, 1946, 1955, 1958, 1959, 1962, 1967, 1968, 1969 (Co-Champs), 1973, 1975, 1977 (Co-Champs), 1987 (Co-Champs), 1988 (Co-Champs).

TOTAL OFFENSIVE YARDS Game: 648 vs. UT Martin (9/20/86); vs. Samford (11/16/02) Season: 5,368 (2002) TOTAL POINTS Game: 111, vs. Mayfield College (1916) Season: 398, 2002 TOUCHDOWN PASSES Game: 5, vs. UT Martin (10/12/02) Season: 34 (2002) RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS Game: 6, vs. UT Martin (9/21/85) Season: 24 (1968) TOTAL TOUCHDOWNS Game: 8, vs. UT Martin (9/21/85) Season: 55 (2002) RUSHING YARDS Game: 482, vs. Central Mo. St. (10/8/77) Season: 2,490 (1977) PASSING YARDS Game: 429, vs. UT Martin (10/12/02) Season: 3,442 (2002) PASSING ATTEMPTS Game: 63, vs. Kent State (9/10/05) Season: 423 (1991) PASS COMPLETIONS Game: 35, vs. Missouri State (9/20/08) Season: 264 (2002) INTERCEPTIONS THROWN Game: 6, vs. Murray State (10/21/00) RUSHING ATTEMPTS Game: 67, vs. NW Missouri St. (10/25/86) Season: 591 (1986) TOTAL OFFENSIVE PLAYS Game: 95, vs. Kent State (9/10/05); UT Martin (9/20/86) Season: 866 (2002) FIRST DOWNS PASSING Game: 19, vs. UT Martin (10/12/02) Season: 159 (2002)

FIRST DOWNS RUSHING Game: 15, vs. Southern Illinois (10/15/94) Season: 116, 1978 TOTAL FIRST DOWNS Game: 29, vs. UT Martin (9/20/86) Season: 225 (1981) KICKOFF RETURNS Game: 9, vs. Central Missouri State (11/3/84) Season: 50 (1995, 2002) KICKOFF RETURN YARDS Game: 213, vs. Missouri State (10/4/80) Season: 1,369 (2008) PUNT RETURNS Game: 9, vs. NE Missouri State (11/3/79) Season: 33 (1967, 1975, 1978) PUNT RETURN YARDS Game: 96, vs. Lincoln (11/15/86); vs. NE Missouri State (11/3/79); vs. Kentucky State (9/1/94) Season: 365 (1986) PUNTS Game: 11, vs. Central Arkansas (9/11/82); vs. Eastern Kentucky (10/5/96); vs. Tennessee State (11/23/96) Season: 81, 1996 PUNT AVERAGE Game: 56.0, vs. Murray State (9/3/83) Season: 43.7 (2004) FUMBLES Game: 7, vs. Southwest Baptist (10/24/87) Season: 46 (1978) FUMBLES LOST Game: 5, vs. Southwest Baptist (10/24/87); vs. Missouri State (11/6/76); vs. Evansville (9/27/75) Season: 26 (1974) PENALTIES Game: 19, vs. Central Missouri State (10/8/77) Season: 115 (1975. 1978) PENALTY YARDS Game: 175, vs. NW Missouri State (11/1/80) Season: 1,084 (1980) INTERCEPTIONS (DEFENSE) Game: 8, vs. Central Missouri State (10/1/88) Season: 24 (1971

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ANNUAL LEADERS Rushing Year Player Att. Yds. Avg. TD 1962 Bill Stocklas 112 507 4.5 6 1963 Norman Dockins 140 770 5.5 4 1964 Norman Dockins 110 496 4.5 0 1965 John Glass 113 418 3.7 2 1966 Walter Smallwood 154 270 5.1 10 1967 Walter Smallwood 189 926 4.9 8 1968 Walter Smallwood 208 973 4.7 16 1969 Al Holmes 147 952 6.5 7 1970 Eddie Moss 138 581 4.2 10 1971 Eddie Moss 149 667 4.5 6 1972 Richard Attig 237 949 4.0 7 1973 Richard Attig 140 686 4.9 9 1974 Bob Everage 115 674 5.9 8 1975 Anthony Wallace 117 547 4.7 5 1976 Jack Gokin 105 441 4.2 3 1977 Bill White 116 747 6.4 6 1978 Mike Wieser 125 735 5.9 9 1979 Ernest Edwards 148 960 6.5 4 1980 Ernest Edwards 175 735 4.2 4 1981 Ernest Edwards 174 668 3.8 6 1982 Marvin Johnson 115 512 4.5 5 1983 Marvin Johnson 95 446 4.6 1 1984 Brian Brumley 95 414 4.3 0 1985 Anthony Jackson 202 925 4.6 5 1986 Anthony Jackson 154 827 5.4 7 1987 Trent Lane 151 720 4.8 7 1988 Brian Lattimore 136 628 4.6 14 1989 Brian Lattimore 171 927 5.3 7 1990 Steve Jones 124 547 4.4 7 1991 Bryan Davis 149 682 4.6 2 1992 Kelvin Anderson 205 1371 6.7 13 1993 Kelvin Anderson 212 1016 4.8 7 1994 Kelvin Anderson 219 1005 4.6 4 1995 Dione Tyler 153 1005 6.6 8 1996 Britt Mirgaux 173 661 3.8 5 1997 Britt Mirgaux 98 492 5.0 4 1998 Corey Williams 141 687 4.9 1 1999 K.D. Koleosho 93 475 5.1 3 2000 Rashad West 87 313 3.6 6 2001 Curtis Cooper 222 1271 5.4 5 2002 Corey Kinsey 231 1067 4.6 2 2003 Jamel Oliver 133 619 4.7 9 2004 David Taufoou 132 632 4.3 7 MISSOURI 2005 2009 Timmy SOUTHEAST Holloman 143 688 4.8 STATE 8 2006 Timmy Holloman 121 715 5.4 6 2007 Timmy Holloman 114 655 5.7 6 2008 Timmy Holloman 128 420 3.3 6 Passing Year Player 1962 Hal Lane 1963 Gary Lynch 1964 Irvin Whitehead 1965 Greg Brune 1966 Greg Brune 1967 Greg Brune 1968 Greg Schroeder 1969 Greg Schroeder 1970 Lance Brune 1971 Lance Brune 1972 Lance Brune

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C-Att. INT 30-61 2 45-107 5 45-106 5 42-114 2 110-224 9 73-182 13 111-238 12 107-202 14 84-198 16 45-118 8 92-208 11

Yds. 505 595 557 663 1,959 1,504 1,314 1,544 1,273 563 1,153

TD 6 8 8 8 17 9 9 NA 9 3 8

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

Lance Brune Rick Wieser Rick Wieser Don Backfish Don Backfish Doug Beard Joe Young Joe Young Joe Young Jim Prestwood Jim Prestwood Jeff Brown Jeff Brown Jeff Brown Jeff Brown Jim Eustice Jim Eustice Jason Liley Eric Cohoon Jason Liley Shane Kennedy Shane Kennedy Shane Kennedy Justin Martini Justin Martini Bobby Brune Bobby Brune Bobby Brune Jeromy McDowell Jack Tomco Jack Tomco Andrew Goodenough Mike Haley Kevin Ballatore Houston Lillard Houston Lillard

Receiving Year Player 1962 Lyman Brown 1963 Lyman Brown 1964 Jim Farrell 1965 Mike Kelley 1966 Chuck Koerner 1967 John Diepenbrock FOOTBALL 1968 John Diepenbrock 1969 Ken Jogerst 1970 Arthur Miller 1971 Ed Slaughter 1972 Ed Slaughter 1973 Ed Slaughter 1974 David Goncher 1975 Terry Slattery 1976 Kenneth Williams 1977 Charlie Taylor 1978 David Gross 1979 David Gross 1980 Doug Beard 1981 Matt Biddle 1982 David Stewart 1983 David Stewart 1984 David Jackson 1985 David Jackson

129-249 80-184 80-151 80-184 52-139 43-111 69-139 79-156 97-209 123-237 92-221 62-133 143-243 109-229 131-228 154-260 158-291 220-360 161-266 192-334 64-134 67-145 147-288 103-234 95-212 97-156 80-147 112-197 155-288 242-372 144-249 279-467 192-347 102-211 100-173 166-292

12 13 6 11 3 9 11 19 13 16 21 12 14 15 13 8 12 19 12 24 10 4 9 7 14 9 9 4 13 16 8 15 16 6 6 13

1,819 1,149 1,073 1,076 719 630 1,112 1,916 1,340 1,434 1,298 818 1,902 1,511 1,622 1,807 2,128 2,580 1,825 2,326 851 785 1,679 1,225 1,244 1,167 885 1,363 2,051 3,132 1,814 2,820 2,248 1,105 1,350 2,067

10 8 4 10 1 4 7 4 8 9 9 5 15 13 12 8 12 14 15 12 6 2 10 5 7 6 5 9 13 29 8 16 15 7 10 12

No. Yds. Avg. TD 17 348 20.4 5 24 291 12.1 4 6 205 34.2 2 24 249 10.4 1 26 699 26.9 7 26 680 26.2 5 56 672 14.9 7 24 309 13.8 0 27 488 18.1 5 6 142 23.7 1 30 491 16.4 4 40 753 19.2 3 19 429 23.7 3 28 471 17.2 1 21 414 20.1 1 21 337 16.0 0 22 315 14.3 3 31 494 15.9 10 24 394 16.4 2 51 608 11.9 5 32 493 15.4 4 30 620 20.7 6 24 527 22.0 4 37 580 15.7 8

1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Lorenzo Gathers Lorenzo Gathers Lorenzo Gathers Farron Haley Ches Salyer Darrell Philon Glenn Krupa Aaron Layton Jon Riley Renaldo Lampkins Jon Riley Dante Bryant Dante Bryant Leslie Weaver Leslie Weaver Willie Ponder Willie Ponder Willie Ponder Ray Goodson T.J. Milcic Clint Jones Miles Edwards Walter Peoples

23 417 18.1 5 33 603 18.3 2 56 773 13.8 3 72 1,116 15.5 7 58 817 14.1 5 60 815 13.6 4 77 773 16.8 5 20 228 11.4 0 31 449 14.5 0 38 430 11.3 4 37 409 11.1 1 43 599 13.9 5 46 568 12.3 2 35 497 14.2 3 46 705 15.3 6 70 1,090 15.6 11 87 1,453 16.7 15 66 623 9.4 3 58 593 10.2 1 41 783 19.1 8 23 80 3.5 1 34 480 14.1 7 65 903 13.9 6

Scoring Year 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Player Lyman Brown Lyman Brown Irvin Whitehead Irvin Whitehead Walter Smallwood Walter Smallwood Walter Smallwood Arthur Miller Eddie Moss Eddie Moss Richard Attig Richard Attig Mike Wood Mike Wood Mike Wood Mike Wood Doug Beard Mike Wieser David Gross Ed Hotz Ed Hotz Jim Prestwood Jim Prestwood John Overby David Jackson Craig Klafeta Craig Klafeta Brian Lattimore Earl Wessel Steve Jones Eric Zimmerman Kelvin Anderson Kelvin Anderson Stanley Parker Dione Tyler Britt Mirgaux Eric Warren

TD 8 6 5 4 10 8 16 11 10 6 10 11 0 0 0 0 9 10 10 0 0 6 9 0 9 0 0 14 0 8 0 14 7 7 12 5 0

FG 0 0 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 16 15 17 16 0 0 0 12 11 0 0 6 0 11 10 0 9 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 4

PAT Pts. 0 48 0 36 16 61 12 42 0 60 0 48 0 96 1 (2 pts) 68 0 60 1 (2 pts) 38 0 66 3 69 7 55 25 70 14 65 20 68 3 (2 pts) 60 0 60 1 (2 pts) 62 25 61 14 47 2 (2 pts) 40 3 (2 pts) 60 10 28 0 54 25 58 30 60 0 84 31 58 0 48 22 43 0 84 0 42 0 42 0 72 1 (2 pts) 32 22 34

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ANNUAL LEADERS 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Eric Warren Corey Williams Rashad West Leslie Weaver Willie Ponder Willie Ponder Derek Kutz David Taufoou Colin Schermann Timmy Holloman Tony Anderson Doug Spada Doug Spada

12 12 6 6 11 16 0 11 0 6 6 0 0

Punting Year Player No. 1962 Bob Allendorf 55 1963 Bob Allendorf 54 1964 Bill McConnell 51 1965 Greg Brune 62 1966 Greg Brune 50 1967 Greg Brune 47 1968 No Records Available - 1969 No Records Available - 1970 Kim Godwin 50 1971 Ted Hahn 42 1972 Steve Derringer 49 1973 John Fritche 42 1974 Mike Wood 30 1975 Mike Wood 40 1976 Mike Wood 61 1977 Mike Wood 59 1978 Ed Hotz 57 1979 Ed Hotz 51 1980 Ed Hotz 60 1981 Steve Williams 35 1982 Todd Fields 58 1983 Steve Williams 35 1984 Todd Fields 58 1985 Todd Fields 45 1986 Brian Palmeler 26 1987 Craig Klafeta 41 1988 Rich Zoellner 37 1989 Rich Zoellner 49 1990 Brian Gilbert 50 1991 Brian Gilbert 67 1992 Derek Norton 52 1993 Derek Norton 67 1994 Justin Terrill 75 1995 Justin Terrill 66 1996 Justin Terrill 63 1997 Justin Terrill 72 1998 Justin Keen 57 1999 Seth Carriere 58 2000 Jason Witczak 48 2001 Kyle East 50 2002 Derek Kutz 23 2003 David Simonhoff 46 2004 David Simonhoff 69 2005 David Simonhoff 63 2006 David Simonhoff 59 2007 Doug Spada 59 2008 Doug Spada 47

0 0 72 0 0 72 0 0 36 0 1 (2 pts) 38 0 0 66 0 1 (2 pts) 98 15 30 75 0 0 66 12 28 64 0 0 36 0 0 36 14 21 63 15 29 74 Yds. 1,722 1,996 1,928 2,456 1,910 1,736 - - 2,022 1,500 1,687 1,590 1,109 1,729 2,389 2,346 2,130 1,858 2,163 1,194 2,241 1,194 2,241 1,829 881 1,500 1,339 1,890 1,679 2,417 1,782 2,699 2,714 2,440 2,359 3,134 1,999 2,255 1,983 1,877 805 1,885 3,174 2,699 2,644 2,509 2,103

Avg. 31.1 38.9 37.8 39.6 38.2 36.9 40.4 35.7 34.4 37.8 36.9 43.2 39.2 39.8 37.4 36.4 36.0 34.1 38.6 34.1 38.6 40.6 33.9 36.6 36.2 38.6 33.6 36.1 34.3 40.3 36.2 37.0 37.4 43.5 35.1 38.9 41.3 37.5 35.0 41.0 46.0 42.8 44.8 42.5 44.7

Tackles Year 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Player Rick Borman Rick Borman Mike Hargens Timbo Jones J. Brown K. Miller G. Kelsey K. Miller D. Maxwell T. Walker S. Steinmann Joe Divis Joe Divis Doug Berg Robert Haggerty Robert Haggerty Frank Russell Brian Burton Angel Rubio Kevin Meachem Jeremy Atwell Joe Williams Prince Anderson Ricky Farmer O.J. Turner O.J. Turner Mike Miller Adam Casper Adam Casper Nick Stauffer

Solo Assists Total 48 91 139 56 83 139 58 70 128 35 42 77 46 39 85 27 43 70 36 30 66 79 60 139 24 38 62 48 35 83 19 76 95 53 56 109 63 59 122 55 48 103 62 62 124 66 70 136 46 90 136 84 49 133 62 52 114 64 47 111 72 40 112 85 62 147 69 56 125 68 52 120 53 42 95 53 35 88 60 28 88 63 45 108 47 65 112 60 90 150

Tackles for Loss Year Player 1993 Doug Berg 1994 Doug Berg 1995 Albert Bateman 1996 Angel Rubio 1997 Angel Rubio 1998 Kevin Meachem 1999 Jeremy Atwell 2000 Corey Mathis 2001 James Jennette 2002 Ryan Roth 2003 Ryan Roth 2004 O.J. Turner 2005 Justin Komondoreas 2006 Edgar Jones 2007 Quentin Brown 2008 Ben Gugler

TFL 11.0 8.0 11.0 15.0 19.0 13.0 19.0 19.0 15.0 13.0 15.5 8.0 14.0 18.0 7.5 14.0

Yds. 31 16 52 33 63 34 34 58 50 40 64 36 56 103 27 51

Sacks Year 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001

TFL 5.0 11.5 4.5 7.0 7.0 7.0 4.0 7.0 4.0

Yds. 24 76 36 41 39 53 34 28 21

Player Cordez Vaughn Doug Berg Albert Bateman Angel Rubio Angel Rubio Kevin Meachem Joel Becker Corey Mathis James Jennette

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

James Jennette Ryan Roth Adam Jones Brandon Bohnert Justin Komondoreas Edgar Jones Nick Ketelsleger Ben Gugler

Interceptions Year Player 1966 Greg Schroeder 1967 Charles Bland Dennis Meyr 1968 Charles Bland Steve Walker 1969 John Bean 1970 Steve Meier 1971 Gene Figge Steve Meier 1972 Steve Rogers 1973 John Hessel 1974 Steve Rogers 1975 Dan Wieser 1976 Dan Wieser 1977 Kevin Hunt 1978 Kent Davis 1979 Mike Hargens 1980 Nate Beasley 1981 Nate Beasley 1982 Gary Hargens 1983 Timbo Jones 1984 Curtis Hammond 1985 Terrence Forbes 1986 Curtis Hammond 1987 Asia Thorn 1988 Asia Thorn 1989 James Chinn 1990 James Chinn 1991 James Chinn 1992 James Chinn 1993 Tim Felton 1994 Greg Klund 1995 Marquis Walker 1996 Greg Klund 1997 Fred Hambrick 1998 Isaac Powell 1999 Brian Hinton 2000 Isaac Powell Isaac Huddleston 2001 Demar Winston 2002 Anthony Lumpkin 2003 Dimitri Patterson 2004 Kellin White 2005 Monroe Hicks 2006 Romae Rucker 2007 Eddie Calvin Chris Nelson 2008 Eddie Calvin

6.0 5.0 4.0 4.0 7.5 12.0 4.0 6.5

25 32 37 26 36 88 24 42

INT 5 6 6 4 4 6 4 4 4 4 3 4 5 6 4 3 2 6 5 6 4 5 3 4 3 5 5 3 6 4 3 5 5 5 5 3 5 2 2 4 2 6 4 2 2 2 2 4

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YEAR-BY-YEAR TEAM STATS Year W-L-T TDs FGs Points Avg. 1st Downs Rush 1962 7-3 27 3 195 19.5 - 486 1963 4-6 19 1 133 13.3 - 387 1964 5-5 20 5 154 15.4 - 438 1965 2-8 16 2 114 11.4 - 436 1966 5-5 35 1 245 24.5 148 394 1967 8-2 19 5 134 13.4 148 441 1968 6-4 8 0 48 4.8 141 430 1969 8-2 31 6 231 23.1 173 490 1970 5-5 27 1 189 18.9 171 454 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

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Yds. 1938 1465 1669 1256 1621 1486 1619 2014 1935

7-3-1 25 3 189 17.2 128 537 1841 5-4-1 22 5 154 15.4 132 435 1499 6-4 27 1 185 18.5 172 422 1558 7-4 33 16 272 24.7 161 484 2019 7-4 28 15 238 21.6 159 455 1820 7-3-1 19 17 179 16.3 152 432 1314 7-3-1 23 16 206 18.7 - 525 2490 6-5 27 14 228 20.7 161 565 2359 6-4-1 33 8 257 23.4 164 475 1703 4-7 29 9 210 19.1 148 479 1602 2-9 23 11 194 17.6 184 432 1194 5-5-1 31 5 206 18.7 195 524 2052 1-9 18 2 124 12.4 132 330 793 1-10 17 6 130 11.8 164 408 1099 4-7 36 8 264 24.0 225 518 1950 6-5 33 11 242 22.0 201 539 2177 6-4-1 34 10 244 22.2 291 511 2172 6-4 32 10 251 25.1 178 380 1513 7-4 36 9 274 24.9 206 410 1653 7-3 29 2 208 20.8 181 330 1001 3-8 28 7 211 19.2 214 370 1120 2-9 34 4 244 22.2 220 400 1788 3-8 22 8 176 16.0 165 503 1710 7-5 27 10 218 18.2 197 538 2045 5-6 32 5 231 MISSOURI 21.0 184 1894 2009 SOUTHEAST STATE 419 FOOTBALL 3-8 15 7 124 11.3 148 423 914 4-7 25 4 186 16.9 178 478 1813 3-8 25 8 196 17.8 198 486 1774 3-8 33 3 210 19.1 204 472 1854 3-8 30 5 224 20.4 186 358 985 4-7 37 7 279 25.4 224 372 1558 8-4 56 8 410 34.2 286 473 1926 5-7 31 15 262 21.8 232 411 1395 3-8 32 26 256 23.3 202 296 927 2-9 33 28 268 24.4 205 342 1091 4-7 28 24 203 18.5 145 389 1517 3-8 26 21 225 20.5 188 470 1883 4-8 31 15 262 21.8 226 408 1170

TDs 19 8 12 13 18 19 0 19 14 20 13 16 23 22 9 17 19 14 13 11 22 7 6 20 17 20 22 18 15 10 19 13 15 18 8 15 17 19 16 15 19 17 11 14 19 12 14

Avg. Pass Att. Comp. INT 193.8 132 58 15 146.5 176 73 13 166.9 140 49 9 125.6 175 60 16 162.1 230 110 19 148.6 194 79 24 161.9 262 120 18 201.4 219 115 17 193.5 227 97 21

TD 8 11 7 3 17 9 9 12 13

Yds. 922 912 781 842 1959 1600 1445 1664 1549

Avg. Plays Yards 92.2 618 2860 91.2 563 1465 78.1 578 2450 84.2 611 2098 195.9 624 3580 160.0 635 3086 144.5 692 3064 166.4 709 3678 154.9 681 3484

Avg. Pen. Yds. 286.0 - 146.5 - 245.0 - 209.8 - 358.0 48 478 308.6 57 520 306.4 40 540 367.8 54 567 348.4 78 692

167.4 149.9 155.8 183.6 165.5 119.5 226.4 214.5 154.8 145.6 108.5 186.5 79.3 99.9 177.3 197.9 197.5 151.3 150.3 100.1 101.8 162.5 155.5 170.4 172.2 83.1 164.8 161.3 168.5 89.5 141.6 160.5 116.2 84.3 99.2 137.9 171.2 97.5

5 9 10 10 6 10 4 6 16 14 12 9 10 11 15 13 13 10 14 14 17 13 8 9 10 6 7 7 14 11 20 34 12 16 17 8 11 17

698 1232 1809 1410 1474 1398 1243 806 1892 1861 1999 1500 1489 1714 1987 1622 1729 2008 2573 2640 2653 2454 1262 1592 1732 1557 1549 1167 2072 2274 2895 3442 3188 2877 2795 1276 1767 2614

63.5 123.2 180.9 128.2 134.0 127.1 113.0 73.3 172.0 169.2 181.7 136.4 148.9 155.8 180.6 147.5 157.2 200.8 233.9 264.0 241.2 223.1 114.7 132.7 157.5 141.5 140.8 168.8 188.4 206.7 263.2 286.8 265.7 261.5 254.1 116.0 160.6 217.8

230.8 273.1 336.7 311.7 299.5 246.5 339.4 287.7 326.8 314.8 290.3 322.9 228.2 255.7 357.9 345.4 354.6 352.1 384.2 364.1 343.0 385.6 270.2 303.1 329.6 224.6 305.6 330.1 356.9 296.3 404.8 447.3 381.9 345.8 353.3 253.9 331.8 315.3

154 212 256 214 207 251 206 140 231 288 344 262 273 312 265 254 240 298 353 368 423 360 209 288 312 311 283 293 302 363 413 413 449 482 449 341 173 398

59 94 130 95 106 109 81 57 120 143 162 130 110 135 151 119 138 170 193 225 244 204 93 130 153 140 125 160 165 202 225 264 268 283 250 192 100 211

13 11 13 15 15 18 8 15 15 15 21 20 24 20 16 16 16 10 16 19 21 26 14 10 9 12 20 17 18 16 18 18 15 15 19 10 13 16

691 647 678 698 662 683 731 705 706 767 776 786 603 720 783 793 751 678 763 698 793 760 712 826 731 734 761 779 774 721 785 886 860 778 791 641 763 806

2539 2731 3367 3429 3294 2712 3733 3165 3595 3463 3193 3552 2282 2813 3937 3799 3901 3521 4226 3641 3773 4242 2972 3637 3626 2471 3362 3631 3926 3259 4453 5368 4583 3804 3886 2793 3650 3784

82 895 72 722 82 748 86 974 97 914 84 747 115 1056 115 1058 92 925 114 1084 74 672 76 722 49 438 66 606 74 653 100 907 95 804 63 572 77 708 67 624 68 622 71 593 77 629 68 535 84 773 79 593 81 690 88 852 87 833 77 673 97 826 87 643 83 711 87 822 109 900 72 618 95 850 80 597

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YEAR-BY-YEAR OPPONENT TEAM STATS

Year Games TDs FGs Points Avg. 1st Downs Rush Yards TDs Avg. Pass Att. Comp. Int. TD Yds. Avg. Plays Yds Avg. Pen. Yds. 1962 10 - - 109 10.9 - 497 1453 - 145.3 163 70 6 - 796 79.6 660 2249 224.9 - 1963 10 30 0 199 19.9 - 528 2310 - 231.0 138 71 11 - 900 90.0 681 3210 321.0 - 1964 10 17 1 117 11.7 - 396 1482 - 148.2 146 60 16 - 777 77.7 540 2259 225.9 - 1965 10 30 6 223 22.3 - 485 1849 - 184.9 166 68 - - - - 651 2979 297.9 - 1966 10 26 3 185 18.5 153 474 2136 21 213.6 190 89 19 5 1098 109.8 664 3234 323.4 57 558 1967 10 13 5 105 10.5 131 424 1326 7 132.6 244 103 24 6 1170 117.0 668 2496 249.6 62 679 1968 10 20 5 154 15.4 141 426 1152 12 115.2 268 133 18 8 1590 159.0 694 2742 274.2 40 515 1969 10 31 6 229 22.9 152 389 1371 16 137.1 262 129 18 14 1962 196.2 651 3333 333.3 53 526 1970 10 19 2 137 13.7 158 472 1334 13 133.4 227 106 14 6 1282 128.2 699 2616 261.6 69 661

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

11 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 11 10 11 10 11 11 11 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 12 11 11 11 11 12

19 20 17 24 20 21 20 25 25 29 34 29 40 43 34 31 26 24 26 24 52 47 28 25 40 35 30 39 48 52 30 47 38 54 51 40 50 46

5 1 7 6 2 7 2 5 7 9 8 3 11 13 13 8 7 6 3 3 7 10 9 9 9 13 8 8 8 9 11 9 9 9 7 10 14 14

145 143 133 178 141 162 146 189 194 210 260 186 310 329 273 218 184 176 186 176 378 349 245 205 303 287 244 295 359 397 245 349 290 404 374 307 387 364

13.0 14.3 13.3 16.2 12.8 14.7 13.3 17.2 17.6 19.1 23.6 16.9 31.0 29.9 24.8 19.8 16.7 16.0 16.9 17.6 34.4 31.7 22.3 17.1 27.5 26.1 22.2 26.8 32.6 36.1 22.3 29.1 24.2 36.7 34.0 27.9 35.2 30.3

155 136 154 155 135 175 155 153 169 159 198 198 206 228 185 179 266 172 176 172 244 247 199 214 237 206 173 200 215 259 210 238 227 256 225 216 244 254

447 409 437 499 446 559 521 531 501 470 550 268 558 564 464 422 470 474 526 475 501 546 489 486 501 489 419 430 442 590 502 451 514 535 490 399 477 459

1327 1350 1860 1459 1350 1829 1783 1802 1597 1320 1889 1899 2488 2266 1902 1417 1527 1813 1870 2078 2760 2522 1871 1827 2475 2123 1186 1676 1713 2950 2244 1844 2374 2688 1769 1850 2172 2182

12 16 11 14 12 15 16 14 14 19 22 19 27 26 19 16 13 17 16 15 28 32 17 12 25 22 9 17 24 34 14 26 22 30 23 21 26 23

120.6 135.0 186.0 132.6 122.7 166.3 162.1 163.8 145.2 120.0 171.7 172.6 248.8 206.0 172.9 128.8 138.8 181.3 170.0 207.8 250.9 229.3 170.1 152.2 225.0 193.0 107.8 152.4 155.7 268.2 204.0 153.7 171.9 244.4 160.8 208.0 197.5 210.1

285 208 204 251 248 175 214 193 268 266 244 301 193 251 268 284 266 218 235 216 290 269 264 337 332 280 351 294 316 266 274 370 317 319 320 341 347 355

116 86 74 86 99 79 70 68 114 106 113 146 111 130 128 144 115 97 107 104 157 141 155 186 174 152 187 154 183 139 145 220 170 175 180 192 182 236

24 10 11 16 11 15 15 10 9 16 13 15 9 13 16 10 12 15 16 9 17 11 11 14 15 14 10 7 11 7 8 13 17 11 8 12 7 13

7 4 4 10 8 6 4 10 8 10 11 21 11 13 11 15 12 4 8 5 18 13 11 13 10 12 19 19 19 16 14 20 12 19 21 15 18 15

1305 1035 929 1338 1278 1277 1059 952 1459 1461 1790 2027 1804 1949 1815 1992 1544 1180 1385 1187 2182 1916 2022 2244 1907 1948 2266 2369 2424 1933 2078 2803 1970 2733 2286 2288 2496 2521

118.6 103.5 92.9 121.6 116.2 116.1 96.3 86.5 132.6 132.8 162.7 184.3 180.4 177.2 165.0 181.1 140.4 118.0 125.9 118.7 198.4 174.2 183.8 187.0 173.4 177.1 206.0 215.4 220.4 175.7 188.9 233.6 164.2 248.5 207.8 208.0 226.9 210.1

732 617 641 750 694 734 735 724 750 736 794 569 751 815 732 706 736 692 761 691 791 815 753 823 833 769 770 724 774 856 776 821 831 854 810 740 824 814

2632 2385 2789 2797 2628 3106 2842 2754 3038 2781 3679 3926 4292 4215 3717 3409 3071 2993 3255 3265 4942 4438 3893 4071 4382 4071 3452 4045 3926 4883 4322 4647 4033 5421 4055 4138 4668 4703

239.3 238.5 278.9 254.3 238.9 282.4 258.4 250.4 276.2 252.8 334.5 356.9 429.2 383.2 337.9 309.9 279.2 299.3 295.9 326.5 449.3 403.5 353.9 339.2 398.4 370.1 313.8 367.7 356.9 443.9 392.9 387.2 336.1 492.8 368.6 376.2 424.4 391.9

68 72 57 81 70 94 68 75 69 57 77 70 96 89 90 72 69 58 64 72 106 89 76 83 94 95 83 87 94 107 113 83 105 104 84 66 61 98

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1904 Won 2, Lost 0, Tied 0 Opponent SE OPP Jackson Military Academy W 11 0 Poplar Bluff Ath. Club W 11 0

1914 (No Intercollegiate Team)

1905 Won 2, Lost 1, Tied 0 Opponent Jackson Athletic Club W Saint Louis L Barnes Medical College W

SE OPP 12 0 9 47 43 0

1906 Won 2, Lost 3, Tied 1 Opponent Arkansas L Saint Louis L Washington University T Missouri Mines W Northeast Missouri L Central Missouri W

SE OPP 0 12 0 5 0 0 16 6 6 26 16 6

1915 Won 2, Lost 4, Tied 0 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent SE OPP Jackson Athletic Club W 13 0 Christian Brothers L 0 33 Charleston Athletic Club L 7 13 Southern Illinois W 19 0 Sikeston Athletic Club L 0 41 Southern Illinois L 7 24

1907 Won 1, Lost 3, Tied 0 Opponent Mississippi W Washington University L Missouri Mines L Central Missouri L

SE 12 0 5 4

OPP 6 34 37 34

1908 Won 0, Lost 3, Tied 0 Opponent SE OPP Saint Louis L 0 45 Mississippi L 0 17 Northeast Missouri L 0 9 1909 Won 1, Lost 1, Tied 0 Opponent SE OPP Saint Louis L 0 28 Northeast Missouri W 6 0 1910 Won 1, Lost 1, Tied 0 Opponent SE OPP Saint Louis L 0 22 Northeast Missouri W 51 0 1911 Won 2, Lost 2, Tied 0 Opponent Saint Louis L Washington University L Shurtleff W Farmington Athletic Club W

6 11 12

1912 Won 2, Lost 2, Tied 0 Opponent Shurtleff W Sikeston Athletic Club W Christian Brothers L Missouri Mines L

SE OPP 6 0 28 0 12 34 0 46

1913 Won 1, Lost 3, Tied 1 Opponent Missouri Mines L Sikeston Athletic Club T Christian Brothers L Sikeston Ath. Club L Southern Illinois W

SE 0 6 6 0 17

Springfield Southern Illinois Southern Illinois Arkansas State

HEAD COACH J.F. COURLEUX (1915-29) RECORD: 34-53-11 (.347)

1916 Won 4, Lost 5, Tied 0 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent Southern Illinois L Saint Louis L Arkansas State L Mayfield College W Jackson W Southern Illinois L Christian Brothers L Farmington Athletic Club W DeSoto Athletic Club W

SE 0 0 0 111 19 0 7 40 107

OPP 34 26 13 0 7 31 55 7 0

1917 Won 2, Lost 2, Tied 1 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent SE OPP Jackson Athletic Club W 14 0 Saint Louis L 0 34 Westminister College T 0 0 Arkansas State W 14 0 Springfield L 0 30 1918 Won 2, Lost 0, Tied 0 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent SE OPP Jackson Athletic Club W 38 0 Sikeston Athletic Club W 14 0 1919 Won 2, Lost 4, Tied 0 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent SE OPP Jackson Athletic Club L 0 19 Saint Louis L 7 33 Southern Illinois W 4 0 Shurtleff L 13 19 Westminster College W 19 7 Springfield L 0 28

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34 0 0

OPP 51 6 97 15 14

1920 Won 0, Lost 4, Tied 0 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent Saint Louis L Missouri Mines L Springfield L McKendree L 1921 Won 1, Lost 4, Tied 2 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent Saint Louis L Missouri Mines L

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OPP 22 28 35 61

SE OPP 0 7 0 24

L 0 W 13 T 0 T 0

1922 Won 5, Lost 2, Tied 1 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent Saint Louis L Springfield L Shurtleff W Southern Illinois W McKendree T Southern Illinois W Central Wesleyan W Arkansas State W

7 0 0 0

Warrensburg Southern Illinois Springfield Kirksville Southern Illinois

L T L L T

7 6 0 0 0

19 6 6 80 0

SE OPP 0 40 0 67 12 3 12 9 0 0 12 7 16 6 51 0

1928 Won 1, Lost 5, Tied 1 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent SE OPP Murray State L 0 12 Maryville L 0 44 Springfield L 0 40 Southern Illinois T 6 6 Warrensburg L 7 25 Arkansas State W 12 0 Kirksville L 0 13

1923 Won 4, Lost 3, Tied 0 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent SE OPP Saint Louis L 0 27 Springfield L 3 46 Southern Illinois L 0 13 McKendree W 2 0 Southern Illinois W 13 12 Central Wesleyan W 7 0 Arkansas State W 6 0

1929 Won 3, Lost 3, Tied 1 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent SE OPP West Tennessee Teachers T 0 0 Springfield L 0 6 Warrensburg W 6 2 Murray State W 13 0 Southern Illinois L 0 7 McKendree L 0 3 Arkansas State W 25 0

1924 Won 3, Lost 5, Tied 0 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent Mayfield College W Maryville L Southern Illinois L Springfield W Southern Illinois L Kirksville L Arkansas State W Central Missouri L

SE 20 0 14 9 0 3 13 0

OPP 7 16 17 6 23 10 0 19

1925 Won 4, Lost 2, Tied 2 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent SE OPP Mayfield College W 12 0 Southern Illinois W 10 0 Maryville W 7 0 Springfield L 0 40 Southern Illinois T 0 0 Warrensburg W 7 0 Kirksville L 0 42 McKendree T 0 0 1926 Won 0, Lost 6, Tied 1 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent Springfield L Maryville L Kirksville L Murray State L Southern Illinois T Warrensburg L Southern Illinois L 1927

SE 0 10 0 0 0 0 0

OPP 6 14 23 3 0 33 7

Won 1, Lost 5, Tied 2 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent SE OPP Murray State L 0 6 McKendree L 9 13 Maryville W 7 0

GEORGE FLAMANK (1930-31) RECORD: 3-14-1 (.166) 1930 Won 1, Lost 6, Tied 1 Head Coach: George Flamank Opponent SE OPP Southern Illinois L 6 12 Haskell Indians W 12 6 McKendree L 2 19 Murray State L 0 7 Maryville L 0 45 West Tennessee T 0 0 Southern Illinois L 0 19 Springfield L 6 20 1931 Won 2, Lost 8, Tied 0 Head Coach: George Flamank Opponent SE OPP Evansville W 15 0 Kirksville L 0 44 Southern Illinois W 6 0 Westminster L 0 12 Warrensburg L 0 6 Murray State L 6 32 Southern Illinois L 0 12 Maryville L 0 38 Springfield L 6 34 ABE STUBER (1932-46) RECORD: 72-42-6 (.600) 1932 Won 2, Lost 6, Tied 1 Head Coach: Abe Stuber Opponent SE OPP McKendree L 0 6 Evansville W 19 0 Southern Illinois W 19 0 Warrensburg L 0 7 West Tennessee L 0 7 Maryville L 7 21

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20 0 0

29 0 13

1933 Won 5, Lost 3, Tied 1 Head Coach: Abe Stuber Opponent Evansville W West Tennessee L Southern Illinois T Kirksville L Southern Illinois W Maryville W Oakland City College W Springfield W Warrensburg L

SE 26 0 0 6 12 13 47 22 6

OPP 7 18 0 20 9 0 0 13 13

1934 Won 8, Lost 1, Tied 0 Head Coach: Abe Stuber Opponent Carthage W Southern Illinois W Warrensburg W Memphis Teachers W Maryville W Springfield W Southern Illinois W Oakland City College W Kirksville L

SE OPP 13 0 14 6 7 6 6 0 12 9 29 7 32 0 55 0 0 13

1935 Won 7, Lost 2, Tied 0 Head Coach: Abe Stuber Opponent Indiana State W Southern Illinois W Warrensburg W Arkansas College (Batesville) W Maryville W Kirksville L Southern Illinois W Springfield L Missouri Mines W

SE OPP 14 0 7 0 16 13 32 0 20 7 0 20 14 0 0 6 20 0

1936 Won 4, Lost 5, Tied 0 Head Coach: Abe Stuber Opponent SE OPP Hendrix L 0 6 Missouri L 0 20 Illinois College L 0 12 Warrensburg L 2 14 Kirksville L 0 6 Springfield W 20 0 Southern Illinois W 6 4 Maryville W 7 0 Missouri Mines W 19 16 1937 Won 9, Lost 0, Tied 0 Head Coach: Abe Stuber Opponent Hendrix W Southern Illinois W Springfield W Maryville W Kirksville W Southern Illinois W Evansville W Warrensburg W Missouri Mines W * - MIAA Champions

SE OPP 12 0 14 0 33 0 12 0 14 0 13 0 34 0 20 6 16 6

1938 Won 3, Lost 5, Tied 0 Head Coach: Abe Stuber Opponent SE OPP Southern Illinois W 27 0 Hendrix W 14 0 Warrensburg W 6 0 Kirksville L 3 7 Missouri Mines L 0 35 Southern Illinois L 0 6 Maryville L 0 15 Springfield L 7 12 1939 Won 5, Lost 3, Tied 1 Head Coach: Abe Stuber Opponent Southern Illinois W Hendrix W Kirksville W Warrensburg T Carthage W Maryville L Missouri Mines L Springfield L Southern Illinois W 1940 Won 4, Lost 5, Tied 1 Head Coach: Abe Stuber Opponent Culver-Stockton T Rose Plytechnic Institute W Southern Illinois L Warrensburg L Kirksville W William Penn W Maryville L Springfield L Southern Illinois W Missouri Mines L 1941 Won 4, Lost 4, Tied 1 Head Coach: Abe Stuber Opponent Arkansas College (Batesville) W Upper Iowa W Northeast Missouri State L Central Missouri State T Evansville W Northwest Missouri State L Missouri Mines L Southern Illinois W Missouri State L 1942 Won 6, Lost 2, Tied 0 Head Coach: Abe Stuber Opponent Washington University L Southern Illinois W Central Missouri State W Missouri “B” Team W Culver-Stockton W Northwest Missouri State L Missouri Mines W Missouri State W * - MIAA Champions

SE OPP 9 2 13 0 9 3 0 0 27 6 0 7 6 12 0 6 24 0

SE 0 20 13 0 12 25 0 7 6 7

SE 44 28 7 0 48 0 0 14 21

OPP 0 0 14 13 0 0 18 21 0 10

OPP 0 7 20 0 19 6 20 7 32

SE OPP 7 26 26 7 27 0 14 2 12 0 6 7 7 6 19 6

1943 Won 4, Lost 2, Tied 0 Head Coach: Abe Stuber Opponent Indiana State W Missouri Valley W Central Missouri State W Missouri Valley W Missouri Mines L Illinois Normal L

SE OPP 13 0 26 7 27 0 32 0 0 25 0 13

1944 Won 3, Lost 4, Tied 0 Head Coach: Abe Stuber Opponent Indiana State L Missouri Valley L Macomb Teachers W Central Missouri State L Illinois Normal L Missouri Valley W Southern Illinois W

SE 0 7 46 14 12 13 26

OPP 7 13 0 18 13 0 7

1945 (No Games) 1946 Won 8, Lost 0, Tied 1 Head Coach: Abe Stuber Opponent Evansville T Arkansas State W Southern Illinois W Northeast Missouri State W Central Missouri State W Missouri Mines W Northwest Missouri State W Hendrix W Missouri State W * - MIAA Champions

SE OPP 0 0 8 0 20 13 40 12 40 0 27 6 7 0 31 7 27 0

WAYNE GODDARD (1947-51) RECORD: 10-30-5 (.222)

1949 Won 2, Lost 7, Tied 0 Head Coach: Wayne Goddard Opponent Southeast Oklahoma L Culver-Stockton W Southern Illinois W Central Missouri State L Northeast Missouri State L Northwest Missouri State L Missouri Mines L Missouri State L Southern Illinois L

SE 0 17 25 6 7 14 6 6 7

OPP 8 7 7 21 12 41 30 21 14

1950 Won 4, Lost 5, Tied 1 Head Coach: Wayne Goddard Opponent Central Missouri State W Millikin W Southern Illinois W Central Missouri State L Northeast Missouri State T Missouri “B” Team L Northwest Missouri State L Missouri Mines W Missouri State L Washington University L

SE 25 12 10 2 13 13 0 7 0 0

OPP 7 7 0 21 13 26 7 6 35 6

1951 Won 2, Lost 5, Tied 1 Head Coach: Wayne Goddard Opponent Central Iowa State L Millikin W Northeast Missouri State L Central Missouri State T Northwest Missouri State L Missouri Mines L Missouri State L Southern Illinois W

SE 0 25 0 13 0 6 6 45

OPP 6 0 12 13 7 19 7 6

KENNETH KNOX (1952-67) RECORD: 89-58-4 (.583)

1947 Won 2, Lost 6, Tied 1 Head Coach: Wayne Goddard Opponent Middle Tennessee L Arkansas State L Central Missouri State L Northeast Missouri State L Hendrix W Northwest Missouri State T Missouri State W Southern Illinois L Missouri Mines L

SE 0 0 0 6 7 0 13 13 19

OPP 12 25 12 13 0 0 0 20 47

1948 Won 0, Lost 7, Tied 2 Head Coach: Wayne Goddard Opponent Southeast Oklahoma L Middle Tennessee L Southern Illinois L Northeast Missouri State L Central Missouri State T Murray State L Northwest Missouri State L Missouri Mines T Missouri State L

1952 Won 4, Lost 4, Tied 0 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent Southern Illinois W Central Missouri State W Northeast Missouri State L Missouri Mines W Northwest Missouri State L Bethel College W Missouri State L Western Kentucky L

SE 20 14 0 10 7 61 0 0

SE 0 7 13 0 12 0 6 7 0

OPP 7 20 25 12 12 40 14 7 54

1953 Won 4, Lost 3, Tied 2 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent Central Arkansas State W Southern Illinois W Central Missouri State T Northeast Missouri State L Missouri Mines L Missouri State W Northwest Missouri State T Austin Peay W Arkansas A&M L

SE OPP 27 14 32 6 7 7 0 14 0 6 28 7 7 7 14 8 0 6

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1954 Won 7, Lost 2, Tied 0 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent Central Arkansas State W Southern Illinois W Memphis Navy W Missouri Mines W Central Missouri State W Northeast Missouri State L Missouri State W Northwest Missouri State W Delta State L 1955 Won 9, Lost 0, Tied 0 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent Southern Illinois W Central Arkansas W Henderson State Teachers W Northwest Missouri State W Missouri Mines W Missouri State W Central Missouri State W Northeast Missouri State W Delta State W * - MIAA Champions

SE OPP 21 6 7 6 12 6 33 7 30 0 7 21 27 0 27 6 6 20

SE OPP 7 0 21 7 18 7 31 6 9 6 14 0 13 12 39 14 24 7

1956 Won 2, Lost 7, Tied 0 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent Central Arkansas State W Eastern Illinois W Arkansas Tech L Missouri State L Northwest Missouri State L Northeast Missouri State L Central Missouri State L

SE 33 46 14 0 7 13 21

OPP 20 13 19 25 20 44 26

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0 13

10 61

L L

1957 Won 6, Lost 2, Tied 1 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent South Dakota L Eastern Illinois W Northeast Missouri State W Western Kentucky L Arkansas Tech W Central Missouri State T Missouri State W Missouri Mines W Northwest Missouri State W * - MIAA Champions

SE 0 41 19 20 13 20 20 32 20

1959 Won 7, Lost 2, Tied 0 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent Western Kentucky L Hillsdale L Missouri Mines W Carson-Newman W Northwest Missouri State W Missouri State W Northeast Missouri State W St. Ambros W Central Missouri State W * - MIAA Champions 1960 Won 6, Lost 4, Tied 0 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent Western Kentucky W Drake L St. Benedict’s W Delta State L Northeast Missouri State L Central Missouri State W Northwest Missouri State W Missouri State W Missouri Mines W Murray State L 1961 Won 5, Lost 5, Tied 0 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent Western Kentucky L Jacksonville State W St. Benedict’s W Delta State L Northeast Missouri State L Central Missouri State W Northwest Missouri State W Missouri Mines W Missouri State L Murray State L

OPP 21 0 7 25 6 20 0 0 0

1962 Won 7, Lost 3, Tied 0 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent Western Kentucky L Jacksonville State L St. Benedict’s W Delta State W Missouri Mines W Missouri State W Northeast Missouri State W Central Missouri State W Northwest Missouri State W Murray State L * - MIAA Champions

OPP 2 7 7 12 14 6 12 27 6

1963 Won 4, Lost 6, Tied 0 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent Western Kentucky L Jacksonville State W Augustana (S.D.) W Delta State L Missouri Mines L Missouri State L Northeast Missouri State L Central Missouri State W Northwest Missouri State W Northeast Oklahoma L

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SE 28 6 16 6 0 23 7 21 42 10

SE 0 13 14 6 7 3 28 27 6 7

OPP 13 14 7 0 12 7 0 24 7

OPP 19 17 15 13 6 0 6 0 0 21

OPP 13 12 0 13 26 0 0 7 15 22

SE 7 0 33 14 23 21 13 29 44 15

OPP 28 6 12 12 12 0 6 0 14 19

SE 7 10 22 0 14 16 0 41 22 7

OPP 40 7 13 28 19 27 20 13 19 13

1964 Won 5, Lost 5, Tied 0 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent Western Kentucky L Northern Michigan L Delta State L Jacksonville State W Missouri State W Northeast Missouri State L Central Missouri State W Northwest Missouri State W Missouri Mines W Northeast Oklahoma L

SE 0 0 3 24 17 3 23 35 49 0

OPP 14 24 12 0 14 12 0 6 7 28

1965 Won 2, Lost 8, Tied 0 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent Northeast Louisiana L Evansville L Austin Peay L Jacksonville State L Northeast Missouri State L Central Missouri State W Northwest Missouri State L Missouri Mines W Arkansas Tech L Missouri State L

SE 0 6 7 13 7 16 7 21 24 13

OPP 5 23 50 23 27 14 12 16 25 27

SE 14 10 0 25 24 30 34 31 20 21

OPP 7 21 39 0 14 8 0 0 6 10

1967 Won 8, Lost 2, Tied 0 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent Evansville W Delta State L Tennessee-Martin L Bradley W Central Missouri State W Northwest Missouri State W Missouri Mines W Missouri State W Northeast Missouri State W Arkansas Tech W * - MIAA Champions

TOM THROWER (1968-73) RECORD: 37-22-2 (.607) 1968 Won 6, Lost 4, Tied 0 Head Coach: Tom Thrower Opponent Delta State L Evansville W Bradley L Murray State L Northwest Missouri State W Missouri Mines W Missouri State W Northeast Missouri State W Central Missouri State W Arkansas Tech L * - MIAA Champions 1969 Won 8, Lost 2, Tied 0 Head Coach: Tom Thrower Opponent Delta State W Jacksonville State W at Evansville W at Murray State L Northwest Missouri State W

SE 21 22 19 14 37 31 19 29 35 7

OPP 31 8 22 27 3 13 6 16 7 21

SE 7 19 31 14 29

OPP 6 13 24 34 21

at Missouri-Rolla at Missouri State Northeast Missouri State at Central Missouri State Illinois State (HC) * - MIAA Champions

W W W L W

32 33 24 24 26

24 29 14 44 20

1970 Won 5, Lost 5, Tied 0 Head Coach: Tom Thrower Date Opponent S19 at Delta State L S26 at Illinois State L O3 Evansville L O10 Missouri State W O17 at NE Missouri State L O24 at Bradley W O31 Lincoln W N7 at NW Missouri State W N14 at Missouri-Rolla W N21 Central Missouri State L

SE 8 7 0 24 6 48 20 34 35 7

OPP 14 21 16 10 14 0 6 29 21 16

1971 Won 7, Lost 3, Tied 1 Head Coach: Tom Thrower Opponent Delta State T Missouri Southern W Jacksonville State L Evansville W Missouri State W Northeast Missouri State L Washburn University W Lincoln L Northwest Missouri State W Missouri-Rolla W Central Missouri State W

SE 10 7 0 14 35 21 20 13 41 42 16

OPP 10 3 57 6 6 24 13 14 3 21 6

1972 Won 5, Lost 4, Tied 1 Head Coach: Tom Thrower Opponent Delta State L Missouri Southern L Arkansas Tech T Evansville W Missouri State W Northeast Missouri State L Lincoln W Northwest Missouri State L Missouri-Rolla W Central Missouri State W

SE 0 6 10 37 10 14 38 13 31 28

OPP 42 7 10 21 7 21 8 22 0 21

SE 12 7 21 28 13 14 13 7 33 27

OPP 20 9 38 16 6 13 13 14 8 0

1973 Won 6, Lost 4, Tied 0 Head Coach: Tom Thrower Opponent Delta State L Missouri Southern L Arkansas Tech L Evansville W Missouri State W Northeast Missouri State W Lincoln W Northwest Missouri State L Missouri-Rolla W Central Missouri State W * - MIAA Champions

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS JIM LOHR (1974-83) RECORD: 52-53-4 (.477) 1974 Won 7, Lost 4, Tied 0 Head Coach: Jim Lohr Opponent Delta State L Missouri Southern W Evansville L Arkansas Tech W Missouri-Rolla L Missouri State W Missouri Western W Northwest Missouri State L Central Missouri State W Lincoln W Northeast Missouri State W 1975 Won 7, Lost 4, Tied 0 Head Coach: Jim Lohr Opponent Arkansas Tech L Delta State L Evansville L Nicholls State L Missouri-Rolla W Missouri State W Missouri Western W Northwest Missouri State W Central Missouri State W Lincoln W Northeast Missouri State W * - MIAA Champions 1976 Won 7, Lost 3, Tied 1 Head Coach: Jim Lohr Date Opponent S4 at Murray State L S11 Central Ark. State W S18 at Delta State L S25 Evansville W O2 Arkansas State W O9 Central Missouri State W O16 at NW Missouri State W O30 at NE Missouri State T N6 Missouri State (HC) L N13 at Missouri-Rolla W N20 Lincoln W 1977 Won 7, Lost 3, Tied 1 Head Coach: Jim Lohr Date Opponent S3 Murray State L S10 at Central Ark. State W S17 Delta State W S24 at Evansville W O1 at Arkansas Tech L O8 at Central Missouri St. W O15 NW Missouri State W O29 NE Missouri State W N5 at Missouri State L N12 Missouri-Rolla T N19 at Lincoln W * - MIAA Champions

SE 3 34 6 44 19 39 23 27 31 19 29

SE 9 10 24 17 17 17 22 41 30 39 17

OPP 19 24 17 0 21 20 17 28 18 6 16

OPP 22 41 41 18 0 3 0 7 6 7 14

SE 3 10 17 17 17 29 17 3 17 20 33

OPP 14 7 42 16 6 26 12 3 30 12 0

SE 6 17 24 27 16 40 16 10 10 14 28

OPP 13 6 21 22 34 28 0 0 14 14 6

1978 Won 6, Lost 5, Tied 0 Head Coach: Jim Lohr Date Opponent S2 at Murray State W S9 Central Arkansas W S16 at Delta State L S23 Evansville W S30 Arkansas Tech W O7 at Missouri-Rolla L O14 Central Missouri State L O28 Lincoln W N4 at NE Missouri State L N11 at NW Missouri State W N18 Missouri State L

SE 24 16 22 40 13 6 16 40 17 28 6

OPP 21 0 28 7 10 13 17 13 21 21 38

1979 Won 6, Lost 4, Tied 1 Head Coach: Jim Lohr Date Opponent S1 Murray State T S8 at Central Arkansas L S15 Delta State L S22 at Evansville L S29 at Arkansas Tech W O6 Missouri-Rolla L O13 at Central Missouri St. W O27 at Lincoln W N3 NE Missouri State (HC) W N10 NW Missouri State W N17 at Missouri State W

SE 21 11 13 0 31 7 31 58 31 20 36

OPP 21 33 17 17 23 9 15 7 3 14 29

1980 Won 4, Lost 7, Tied 0 Head Coach: Jim Lohr Date Opponent S6 at Murray State L S13 Central Arkansas St. L S20 Evansville W S27 at Delta State L O4 Missouri State L O11 at NE Missouri State L O18 at Northern Iowa L O25 Lincoln W N1 at NW Missouri State W N8 at Missouri-Rolla L N15 Central Missouri State W

SE 6 10 50 3 29 10 7 57 23 23 31

OPP 19 28 17 14 36 13 30 3 19 34 17

1981 Won 2, Lost 9, Tied 0 Head Coach: Jim Lohr Date Opponent S5 Murray State L S12 at Central Arkansas St. L S19 at Evansville L S26 Delta State L O3 at Missouri State L O10 NE Missouri State L O17 Arkansas-Monticello L O24 at Lincoln W O31 NW Missouri State L N7 Missouri-Rolla W N14 at Central Missouri St. L

SE 23 10 10 16 11 19 22 53 10 17 11

OPP 37 32 14 20 23 34 25 0 33 14 31

1982 Won 5, Lost 5, Tied 1 Head Coach: Jim Lohr Date Opponent S4 at Murray State L S11 Central Arkansas St. T S18 Evansville W S25 at Delta State L O2 Missouri State L O9 at NE Missouri State L

SE 6 14 39 15 26 14

OPP 16 14 13 42 44 42

O16 O23 O30 N6 N13

Northern Iowa Lincoln at NW Missouri State at Missouri-Rolla Central Missouri St.

W W W L W

20 50 44 0 38

17 34 21 12 36

1983 Won 1, Lost 9, Tied 0 Head Coach: Jim Lohr Date Opponent S3 Murray State L S10 at Central Arkansas St. L S17 at Southern Illinois L S24 Delta State L O1 at Missouri State L O8 NE Missouri State L O22 at Lincoln W O29 NW Missouri State L N5 Missouri-Rolla L N12 at Central Missouri St. L

SE 11 7 7 22 0 23 7 15 14 22

OPP 25 23 56 32 40 25 0 39 24 52

BOB SMITH (1984-87) RECORD: 17-26-1 (.386) 1984 Won 1, Lost 10, Tied 0 Head Coach: Bob Smith Date Opponent S8 Central Arkansas State L S15 at Murray State L S22 Delta State L S29 Southern Illinois L O6 at Missouri-Rolla L O13 at Northern Michigan L O20 at Tennessee-Martin L O27 at NW Missouri State L N3 Central Missouri State L N10 Lincoln W N17 at NE Missouri State L

SE 14 3 14 16 0 15 7 28 9 24 10

OPP 21 42 37 27 16 44 21 30 50 16 28

1985 Won 4, Lost 7, Tied 0 Head Coach: Bob Smith Date Opponent S7 at Murray State L S14 at Central Arkansas St. L S21 Tennessee-Martin W S28 at Delta State L O5 Missouri-Rolla L O12 Abilene Christian W O19 at Southern Illinois L O26 NW Missouri State W N2 at Central Missouri St. L N9 at Lincoln W N16 NE Missouri State L

SE 25 9 57 16 3 44 13 28 14 41 24

OPP 33 37 17 20 20 30 51 21 25 0 39

1986 Won 6, Lost 5, Tied 0 Head Coach: Bob Smith Date Opponent A30 at Mississippi College W S6 Murray State L S13 Central Arkansas State L S20 at Tennessee-Martin W S27 Delta State L O4 at Abilene Christian L O11 Central Missouri St. (HC) L O18 at Missouri-Rolla W O25 at NW Missouri State W N1 at NE Missouri State W N15 Lincoln W

SE 30 17 9 37 21 3 21 30 20 38 26

OPP 27 42 13 29 28 30 32 12 7 23 7

1987 Won 6, Lost 4, Tied 1 Head Coach: Bob Smith Date Opponent S5 Troy State W S12 at Murray State L S19 Tennessee-Martin L S26 at Delta State L O3 NW Missouri State W O10 at Lincoln W O17 at Central Missouri St. L O29 at Southwest Baptist L O31 NE Missouri State (HC) W N7 Missouri-Rolla W N14 Mississippi College W * - MIAA Co-Champions

SE 18 12 13 28 49 31 21 24 21 16 30

OPP 17 30 25 35 0 9 31 31 9 0 28

1988 Won 6, Lost 4, Tied 0 Head Coach: Bill Maskill Date Opponent S3 at Troy L S10 Murray State W S17 at Mississippi College L O1 Central Missouri State W O8 at NE Missouri State L O15 Lincoln (HC) W O22 Missouri-Rolla W O29 at Grand Valley State L N5 NW Missouri State W N12 Southwest Baptist W

SE 13 16 13 24 13 31 38 24 37 42

OPP 26 13 41 0 22 3 6 46 13 6

1989 Won 7, Lost 4, Tied 0 Head Coach: Bill Maskill Date Opponent S2 at Southwest Baptist L S9 Missouri Southern W S16 Mississippi College L S23 at NW Missouri State L S30 Pittsburg State L O7 at Missouri-Rolla W O14 Wasburn University W O21 at NE Missouri State W O28 Missouri Western (HC) W N4 at Central Missouri St. W N11 Lincoln W

SE 15 21 6 12 26 27 17 28 49 35 46

OPP 22 7 21 21 47 7 14 24 18 13 10

BILL MASKILL (1988-89) RECORD: 13-8-0 (.619)

JOHN MUMFORD (1990-99) RECORD: 40-70-0 (.364) 1990 Won 7, Lost 3, Tied 0 Head Coach: John Mumford Date Opponent S1 Southwest Baptist W S8 at Missouri Southern W S15 at Eastern Kentucky L S22 NW Missouri State W S29 at Pittsburg State L O6 Missouri-Rolla W O13 at Wasburn University W O20 NE Missouri State L O27 at Missouri Western W N3 Central Missouri St. (HC) W

SE 21 17 0 30 28 28 35 7 14 21

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1991 Won 3, Lost 8, Tied 0 (3-4 in OVC, 5th) Head Coach: John Mumford Date Opponent SE A31 Southern Illinois L 27 S7 at Tennessee-Martin L 29 S14 Eastern Kentucky L 7 S21 at Illinois State L 7 S28 at Austin Peay L 21 O5 Samford L 24 O12 Tennessee Tech (HC) W 34 O19 Tennessee State W 37 O26 at Middle Tennessee L 0 N9 Morehead State W 17 N16 at Murray State L 10 1992 Won 2, Lost 9, Tied 0 (2-6 in OVC, 8th) Head Coach: John Mumford Date Opponent SE S3 Murray State W 27 S12 at Southern Illinois L 35 S26 Austin Peay L 16 O3 at Eastern Kentucky L 10 O10 at Tennessee Tech L 14 O17 at Samford L 14 O24 Middle Tennessee L 16 O31 Tennessee-Martin (HC) W 37 N7 at Morehead State L 17 N14 Illinois State L 33 N21 at Tennessee State L 27 1993 Won 3, Lost 8, Tied 0 (2-6 in OVC, 8th) Head Coach: John Mumford Date Opponent SE S4 at Missouri State L 10 S11 Sam Houston State L 7 S18 at Murray State L 14 S25 at Tennessee-Martin L 14 O2 Morehead State L 21 O9 Tennessee Tech L 3 O23 at Middle Tennessee L 10 O30 at Austin Peay W 17 N6 Eastern Kentucky (HC) L 21 N13 Kentucky State W 45 N20 Tennessee State W 14 1994 Won 7, Lost 5, Tied 0 (5-3 in OVC, 3rd) Head Coach: John Mumford Date Opponent SE S1 Kentucky State W 32 S10 at Sam Houston State L 4 S17 Murray State L 16 S24 Tennessee-Martin W 10 O1 at Morehead State W 45 O8 at Tennessee Tech W 19 O15 at Southern Illinois W 24 O22 Middle Tennessee L 14 O29 Austin Peay (HC) W 31 N5 at Eastern Kentucky L 6 N12 at Hawai’i L 0 N19 at Tennessee State W 17

OPP 28 36 49 42 24 48 31 34 52 16 14

OPP 21 44 21 20 49 45 30 13 20 52 37

OPP 24 40 17 17 23 24 31 10 35 14 13

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W L W W L W

33 0 38 21 3 41

1996 Won 3, Lost 8, Tied 0 (3-5 in OVC, 7th) Head Coach: John Mumford Date Opponent SE S15 at Illinois State L 0 S21 Murray State L 0 S28 Austin Peay W 17 O5 at Eastern Kentucky L 0 O13 at Tennessee Tech L 20 O19 at Arkansas State L 9 O26 Middle Tennessee (HC) W 16 N2 Tennessee-Martin L 6 N9 Eastern Illinois L 21 N16 at Southern Illinois L 17 N23 at Tennessee State W 24

OPP 29 16 13 45 30 38 13 7 41 34 21

1997 Won 4, Lost 7, Tied 0 (1-6 in OVC, 7th) Head Coach: John Mumford Date Opponent SE A30 Lambuth W 24 S13 Illinois State L 7 S21 at Murray State L 3 S29 at Tennessee-Martin W 42 O4 Eastern Illinois L 7 O11 Tennessee Tech (HC) L 14 O25 at Middle Tennessee L 6 N1 at Austin Peay W 31 N8 Eastern Kentucky L 10 N15 Southern Illinois W 28 N22 Tennessee State L 27

OPP 6 41 17 7 32 17 55 0 20 17 32

1998 Won 3, Lost 8, Tied 0 (2-5 in OVC, 7th) Head Coach: John Mumford Date Opponent SE S3 Truman State W 23 S12 Indiana State L 14 S19 Murray State L 14 S26 Tennessee-Martin W 41 O3 at Eastern Illinois L 33 O10 at Tennessee Tech W 29 O17 Tennessee State L 7 O24 at Missouri State L 10 O31 Middle Tennessee (HC) L 19 N7 at Eastern Kentucky L 7 N14 at Southern Illinois L 7

OPP 18 21 26 14 35 24 38 45 21 19 34

1999 Won 3, Lost 8, Tied 0 (2-5 in OVC, 6th) Head Coach: John Mumford Date Opponent SE S2 Southern Illinois L 25 S11 at Illinois State L 7 S18 at Murray State L 18 S25 at Western Kentucky L 10 O2 Eastern Kentucky L 28 O9 Tennessee Tech (HC) L 7 O16 at Indiana State L 13 O23 Missouri State W 28 O30 at Tennessee-Martin W 36 N6 Eastern Illinois W 45 N20 Tennessee State L 28

OPP 43 55 45 21 37 21 34 23 7 38 35

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1995 Won 5, Lost 6, Tied 0 (5-3 in OVC, 4th) Head Coach: John Mumford Date Opponent SE A31 Southern Illinois L 27 S9 at Eastern Illinois L 18 S16 at Murray State L 0 S23 at Austin Peay W 38 S30 Eastern Kentucky L 24

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23 0 20 14 14 38 10 34 34 12

OPP 30 34 34 23 42

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TIM BILLINGS (2000-05) RECORD: 25-43 (.321)

2000 Won 3, Lost 8, Tied 0 (1-6 in OVC, 7th) Head Coach: Tim Billings Date Opponent SE A31 at Marshall L 7 S9 at Southern Illinois W 34 S16 Illinois State W 28 S23 Western Kentucky L 14 S30 at Eastern Kentucky L 24 O7 at Tennessee Tech L 6 O21 Murray State (HC) L 28 O28 Tennessee-Martin W 34 N4 at Eastern Illinois L 9 N11 at Missouri State L 7 N18 at Tennessee State L 33

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2001 Won 4, Lost 7, Tied 0 (1-5 in OVC, 6th) Head Coach: Tim Billings Date Opponent SE S1 at Eastern Michigan L 12 S8 Southern Illinois W 24 S15 Missouri State L 28 S22 at Illinois State W 38 S29 at Tennessee State L 14 O6 Tennessee-Martin W 45 O13 at Eastern Illinois L 0 O20 Murray State (HC) L 35 O27 at Tennessee Tech L 21 N3 Eastern Kentucky L 24 N10 Quincy W 38

OPP 16 5 31 33 20 30 12 45 41 42 6

2002 Won 8, Lost 4, Tied 0 (4-2 in OVC, Tied 2nd) Head Coach: Tim Billings Date Opponent SE OPP A29 Arkansas-Monticello W 52 41 ot S7 at Southern Illinois W 21 14 S14 at Eastern Michigan L 32 35 S21 at Missouri State L 21 28 S28 at Middle Tennessee W 24 14 O5 Tennessee State W 49 25 O12 at Tennessee-Martin W 50 35 O19 Eastern Illinois (HC) L 27 44 O26 at Murray State L 31 38 N2 Tennessee Tech W 36 30 N9 at Eastern Kentucky W 35 21 N16 Samford W 48 24 2003 Won 5, Lost 7, Tied 0 (5-3 in OVC, Tied 3rd) Head Coach: Tim Billings Date Opponent SE OPP A28 at Ohio L 3 17 S6 Southern Illinois L 7 28 S13 at Arkansas State L 3 21 S20 Missouri State L 10 17 S27 at Samford L 31 41 O4 Eastern Illinois (HC) W 30 17 O18 at Eastern Kentucky W 41 38 O25 Murray State L 24 27 N1 at Tennessee-Martin W 20 7 N8 Tennessee State W 52 35 N15 at Tennessee Tech W 24 20 N22 Jacksonville State L 17 22 2004 Won 3, Lost 8, Tied 0 (3-5 in OVC, 7th) Head Coach: Tim Billings Date Opponent SE S2 at Southern Illinois L 3 S11 at Bowling Green L 10 S18 at Central Michigan L 27 S25 Samford W 51 O2 at Eastern Illinois L 28 O16 Eastern Kentucky L 13

OPP 42 49 44 48 35 38

O23 O30 N6 N13 N20

at Murray State L Tennessee-Martin (HC) W at Tennessee State L Tennessee Tech W at Jacksonville State L

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2005 Won 2, Lost 9, Tied 0 (2-6 in OVC, 7th) Head Coach: Tim Billings Date Opponent SE S1 Southern Illinois L 23 S10 at Kent State L 12 S17 at Missouri State L 21 S24 Jacksonville State L 10 S29 at Samford L 17 O8 Eastern Illinois L 24 O22 at Eastern Kentucky L 32 O29 Murray State (HC) W 52 N5 at Tennessee-Martin L 21 N12 Tennessee State W 32 N19 at Tennessee Tech L 24

28 7 38 28 47

OPP 58 33 45 24 33 48 33 21 24 24 31

TONY SAMUEL (2006-PRESENT) RECORD: 11-23 (.324) 2006 Won 4, Lost 7, Tied 0 (2-6 in OVC, 7th) Head Coach: Tony Samuel Date Opponent SE S2 at Austin Peay W 38 S9 Missouri-Rolla W 44 S16 at Jacksonville State L 7 S30 Samford W 19 O7 at Eastern Illinois L 0 O14 at Arkansas L 7 O21 Eastern Kentucky (HC) L 21 O28 at Murray State W 24 N4 Tennessee-Martin L 14 N11 at Tennessee State L 0 N18 Tennessee Tech L 29

OPP 13 23 38 14 21 63 27 17 28 31 32

2007 Won 3, Lost 8, Tied 0 (1-6 in OVC, 9th) Head Coach: Tony Samuel Date Opponent SE OPP A30 at Cincinnati L 3 59 S8 Southwest Baptist W 38 17 S15 Indiana State W 13 10 S22 at Samford L 21 26 S29 Eastern Illinois L 16 31 O13 at Eastern Kentucky L 17 44 O20 Murray State (HC) L 17 31 O27 at Tennessee-Martin L 20 55 N3 Austin Peay L 31 34 2 ot N10 at Missouri State L 17 55 N17 Jacksonville State W 32 25 2008 Won 4, Lost 8, Tied 0 (2-6 in OVC, Tied 7th) Head Coach: Tony Samuel Date Opponent SE OPP A28 Southwest Baptist W 35 28 ot S6 at Missouri L 3 52 S11 Tennessee Tech L 27 29 S20 Missouri State L 28 45 S27 at Indiana State W 24 21 O4 at Jacksonville State L 17 38 O18 at Eastern Illinois L 21 24 O25 Tennessee State (HC) W 27 20 ot N1 Eastern Kentucky L 16 29 N8 at Murray State L 10 17 N15 Tennessee-Martin L 21 31 N22 at Austin Peay W 33 30

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REDHAWKS SUCCESS CENTER/COMMUNITY SERVICE The new Redhawks Success Center offers Southeast Missouri State University athletes a place to study and develop as students and campus leaders. The Redhawks Success Center is located in the Student Recreation Center South, located just south of Houck Stadium. The new facility offers a computer lab with 18 computers, study areas and adequate conference space for group meetings. The Success Center staff consists of Director of Academic Services Sharon Burgard, intern Sonya Bain and graduate assistants Lauren Scannell and Rachel Blunt. Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance Brady Barke and graduate assistant Matt Carter also have offices in the Success Center. This beautiful, new facility enhances the outstanding work in the classroom already enjoyed by Southeast student-athletes. Over 49 percent of studentathletes at Southeast currently

maintain a 3.0 or higher cumulative grade point average. Southeast had a total of 141 scholar-athletes during the 2008-09 academic year alone. The Redhawks football program is one such program that has reaped the benefits of the Success Center and its excellent staff. In fact, the team had over 19 athletes achieve GPAs of 3.0 or better. A special course is required for all first time athletes at Southeast. The course, which offers three credit hours, is part of a comprehensive program developed to address study and life skills topics, and enhance retention and academic success for student-athletes. Entering student-athletes are evaluated for academic preparedness and assigned to appropriate categories. Student-athletes who are deemed “at risk” based on ACT scores and an assessment of their high school or junior college transcripts are provided with individualized academic programs that include meeting with a mentor bi-weekly to discuss academic progress. The Success Center staff also works to get athletes involved in campus and community service projects. This

is done to provide a support structure that allows greater opportunities of academic success for student-athletes. The center is a proud member and participant of the NCAA CHAMPS/ Life Skills Program (Challenging Athletes’ Minds for Personal Success), which was created to help student-athletes focus on the ownership of their academic, athletic, career, personal and community responsibilities. This

program allows student-athletes to establish partnerships with the NCAA, member institutions and surrounding communities to promote education and diversity. Student-athletes actively learn how to access campus resources, while building character, integrity and leadership skills through the CHAMPS/Life Skills Program, as well.

STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING/SPORTS MEDICINE In the training arena, we strive to “Esse Quam Videri” - To be take the foundational strength and rather than to seem.” We are power we have developed and refine very proud of the tradition of it into sport-specific movements and excellence we are building here at skills. We start by emphasizing correct Southeast Missouri State Univermotor skill and muscle recruitment sity and demand a lot from our patterns in order to maximize athletic student-athletes. potential and minimize the risk of Honesty, integrity, unrelenting injury. We drill tirelessly on proper effort and attention to detail are the pillars of our training program. movement patterns so that agility and change of direction are razor sharp. Simply put, our goal is to outwork We spend a great deal of time on every opponent we go up against, both explosive movements and body and learn to rely on one another 2009 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE control to developFOOTBALL first step quickness, to achieve a common goal. We acceleration/deceleration, balance and may not be the fastest, strongest coordination. Lastly, we condition our or most talented, but we certainly minds and bodies in a way that mimics have the attitude that, together, we game simulation. can take on the world. It is our hope that through the In the weight room, we take a countless lessons learned in sport and comprehensive approach to competition, we are helping to develop training. Programs are groundthe leaders of tomorrow. based, founded on the Olympic Lifts (Clean, Jerk, etc.) and SPORTS MEDICINE traditional strength training Prevention. Treatment. Rehabilita(Front/Back Squat, Dead Lift, tion. Education. Those are the four Pressing and Pulling). The concept primary phases of athletic training, is simple. Find something heavy and the Southeast Missouri State Uniand move it in a way that mimics versity Athletic Training staff aims to the actions of your sport as fast as fulfill those areas when working with you can. student-athletes on a daily basis.

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Southeast student-athletes are offered the best care possible from the Redhawks Athletic Training staff which is under the direction of head trainer Alfred Castillo. Castillo and his staff work around the clock to serve student-athletes at a variety of facilities on campus. Treatments and rehabilitation can begin as early as 6:30 a.m., and are

available until the last student-athlete is finished. The primary athletic training room is currently located in the Rosengarten Athletic Complex. Other satellite athletic training rooms are located at Houck Field House, the Show Me Center and next to the Redhawks gameday locker room in the dormitory at the west end zone of the stadium.

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SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE PRESIDENT DR. KENNETH W. DOBBINS

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became the seventeenth president of Southeast Missouri State University on July 1, 1999, after serving in several positions in higher education administration both at Kent State University in Ohio and at Southeast. During his tenure at Southeast, academic programs have been enhanced, including establishment of a School of Polytechnic Studies and the Earl and Margie Holland School of Visual and Performing Arts which opened in Fall 2007 on the new $50 million River Campus. The Donald L. Harrison College of Business has been recognized for the last four years by a Princeton Review publication as one of the best business schools in the nation and the Department of Communication has achieved national accreditation of its programs in journalism, advertising, public relations, radio, and video production. The Department of Industrial and Engineering Technology also received its initial ABET accreditation under President Dobbins’ leadership. Enrollment has increased significantly, topped 10,000 for the first time in Fall 2005, and stood at over 10,800 in 2008. Record enrollments in higher education have occurred in the University’s

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25-county service region during his tenure due to the establishment of new regional campuses in Sikeston and Kennett and a higher education center at Perryville serving place-bound students in and near those rural communities. An innovation center and business incubator to promote entrepreneurship and enhance the region’s economy opened on the campus in 2005; a University Research Village is being planned on the 400-acre former University farm on Interstate-55 and the Department of Agriculture has relocated the farm to a new site; a comprehensive review of all academic and nonacademic programs has been accomplished to maintain quality and minimize student fee increases in the face of significant state appropriation reductions; and capital construction projects totaling over $200 million have been completed to expand and modernize the University’s physical plant. Dr. Dobbins has served a two-year term as president of the Missouri Council on Public Higher Education (COPHE), the organization for presidents and chancellors of Missouri’s public universities. He serves on and is a past chairperson of the Committee on Professional Development for the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU). He also serves on the AASCU Board of Directors, and in November 2008 was elected as the secretary-treasurer. He is also one of five presidents selected to teach at the AASCU New Presidents’ Academy. He is the immediate past president of the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC), a position he also held for a previous two-year term, and is

currently a member of the OVC Finance Committee. In addition, he is a vice president of the executive board of the Greater St. Louis Council, Boy Scouts of America. He earned his B.S. degree in accounting from the University of Akron (Ohio) in 1971 and served as a commissioned officer and civilian executive in the U.S. Air Force for almost 10 years. He received the M.B.A. degree in 1979 from Old Dominion University (Virginia), and the Ph.D. in higher education administration in 1987 from Kent State. He is also a Certified Public Accountant in Ohio.

From 1981 until 1991, Dr. Dobbins held several positions at Kent State. He came to Southeast in 1991 as Vice President for Finance and Administration, and served as Executive Vice President from July 1993 until his appointment as President six years later. Dr. Dobbins and his wife, Jeanine Larson Dobbins, founding coordinator for the Missouri Statewide Early Literacy Intervention Program based at Southeast, have a son, Paul, and a daughter-in-law, Stacey, who are both Southeast graduates.

BOARD OF REGENTS

Donald “Brad” Bedell President

Albert Spradling Vice President

Daren Todd

Reginald Dickson

Doyle Privett

James P. Limbaugh

Leni Fluegge Student Member

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DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS JOHN SHAFER has worn many different hats throughout his career in college athletics. He last served as a Director of Athletics at Eastern Kentucky University in 2003-04. In just one year, Shafer helped EKU establish a new academic record when 188 student-athletes were named Colonel Scholars. EKU also finished second for the Ohio Valley Conference Academic Award, as its men’s programs nabbed the league’s All-Sports ll it takes is five minutes Trophy and its women’s teams to see how determined garnered a share of that award. John Shafer is to build The Colonels, who won their first on the success of the Southeast All-Sports Trophy since the midMissouri State University Athletic 1990s, won conference titles in Department. women’s cross country and softball Shafer was named the eighth during that year, as well. Director of Athletics at Southeast When asked what he missed on December 16, 2008 and most during the time he was away officially began his duties on from college athletics, Shafer February 1, 2009. mentioned two things. Shafer says his first six months “I missed the student-athletes on the job have been better than and the competition,” he said. “I he expected. was always around young people “The people within the univeras an athletic administrator. Quite sity and city of Cape Girardeau honestly, I’ve been fortunate to have been tremendous,” he said. endure success both on and off the “The staff has been very supportive field at every place I’ve been. This during this transition.” particular job is a great fit for me Shafer made his first big hire and I believe the administration when he announced Dickey Nutt from the President on down wants as the Redhawks head men’s us to be successful in intercolle2009 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI STATE FOOTBALL basketball coach on March 12, giate athletics.” 2009. Nutt coached 13 seasons at Prior to his tenure at EKU, Arkansas State before taking over Shafer held a number of differthe Southeast helm. ent positions in the Southeastern “I knew coming in that hiring a Conference. He was the Director new men’s basketball coach would of Athletics at Mississippi from be my first charge,” said Shafer. 1998-02, Senior Associate Ath“Dickey met and exceeded all the letic Director at the University of criteria I was looking for. I believe Georgia from 1982-98, Assistant his reputation, knowledege of the Athletic Director for Business at area and respect he gets from other Vanderbilt from 1981-82 and Ascoaches will help us be successful sistant Business Manager, Football sooner than later.” Administrative Assistant and As Shafer, who turns 63 in August, sistant Baseball Coach at Auburn.

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While Shafer was at Ole Miss, the Rebels became the only Division I school in the nation to go to a football bowl game, men’s basketball “Sweet Sixteen” and NCAA Baseball Regional in 2001. In addition, Shafer began a capital campaign that raised more than $6 million for expansion and renovations to the school’s athletic facilities. At Georgia, Shafer worked under Director of Athletics and legendary football coach Vince Dooley. He coordinated and oversaw all men’s and women’s conference and NCAA events which the Bulldogs hosted. Shafer also served as the liaison between the Atlanta Olympic Committee and the University of Georgia for the 1996 Summer Olympics. Responsibilities for that position included scheduling, supervising ticket operations, preparing a budget of more than $23 million

and managing its entire insurance program. A native of Alexandria, Va., Shafer earned both his bachelor’s degree in health, physical education and recreation, and master’s degree in physical education from Auburn. After earning all-SEC honors as a shortstop, Shafer went on to play professional baseball in the Kansas City Royals organization from 1969-70. Shafer and his wife, Dianne, will celebrate their 40th Wedding Anniversary in December. They have a son, Michael, daughter-in-law, Erin, and two granddaughters, Sophie (5) and Sumner (3). Michael, a 1994 graduate and former basketball player at William and Mary, is currently the head women’s basketball coach at the University of Richmond.

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ATHLETIC SUPPORT STAFF

Cindy Gannon Associate Director of Athletics/SWA

Brady Barke Assistant Athletic Director/Compliance

Torry Rollins Assistant Athletic Director/Finance

Greg Brune Director of Athletic Development

Ron Hines Special Events

Kent Phillips Coordinator of Facilities/ Event Management

Sharon Burgard Director of Academic Services

Bobby Brune Marketing & Promotions Coordinator

Jan Onderdonk Senior Administrative Assistant

Joyce Penny Ticket Manager/ Student Accountant

Marcia Hendrix Assistant Ticket Manager/Insurance

Sonya Bain Compliance/Academic Services Assistant

Dr. James Champine Faculty Athletics Representative

Jeff Lee Strength & Conditioning Coach

Robbie Rasco Equipment Manager

Stacy Cummings Cheerleading Coach

Alfred Castillo Head Athletic Trainer

Amanda Martin Assistant Athletic Trainer

ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT MISSION STATEMENT

Nathan Saverino Marketing & Promotions Grad Asst.

Lauren Scannell Academic Services Graduate Assistant

Matt Carter Compliance Graduate Assistant

The Southeast Missouri State University Athletics Department recognizes the University’s responsibility for the advancement and transmission of knowledge and the preparation of leaders in all segments of society. The Athletics Department supports the educational objectives, academic progress and general welfare of student-athletes. It offers assistance and encouragement for student-athletes to maintain appropriate academic progress and to achieve their individual educational goals. It provides an atmosphere which supports equitable opportunity for all students and staff, including women and minorities. The Athletics Department offers student-athletes opportunities to excel in their particular sport, while embracing the NCAA’s principles of sportsmanship and ethical conduct.

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