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Intro to Redhawk Football Media Information................................... 2-3 Travel Arrangements................................ 4-5 Facility Renovations................................. 6-9 Houck Stadium.................................... 10-11 Gameday with the Redhawks............... 12-13 Redhawks and Nike.............................. 14-15 Sports Medicine................................... 16-17 Strength & Conditioning..................... 18-19 Community Service.............................. 20-21 Success Center...................................... 22-23 Redhawks in the NFL.......................... 24-25 Athletics Mission Statement......................26 Season Preview Section Offensive Outlook................................ 28-29 Defensive Outlook............................... 30-31 Numerical Roster................................. 32-33 Alphabetical Roster.............................. 34-35 Geographical Breakdown...........................36 Coaching Staff Section Head Coach Tony Samuel.................... 38-40 Assistant Coaches................................. 41-46 Player Profiles Section Returnees.............................................. 48-82 Newcomers........................................... 83-86

Credits The 2011 Southeast Missouri Football Guide was written, edited and designed by Sports Information Director Jeff Honza. Cover design and additional graphics assistance provided by Tonya Wells and Krista Mayfield. Photography by Pat Young, Mike Grace, Marcus Painton, Joel Ray, Keith Hente, Marc Mahnke, Fred Lynch, Logan Reed, Michael Dann, Matt Ewasko, Nick Seeman and Patrick Clark. Other photography courtesy of the New England Patriots, Tennessee Titans, Baltimore Ravens and ESPN. Special thanks to opposing sports information directors for contributing information for the opponents section of this guide.

Year in Review Section 2010 Review......................................... 88-89 Honors/Awards.................................... 90-91 Final Statistics...................................... 92-98 Game Recaps...................................... 99-110 Opponents Section 2011 Opponents............................... 112-117 All-Time Series Records.......................... 117 Series Results vs. 2011 Opponents........... 118

This is the Ohio Valley Conference Section 2010 Final Statistics.......................120-127 This is the OVC..............................128-131 2011 OVC Composite Schedule........... 132 Records & History Section Honors & Awards..........................134-139 Rushing Records............................140-141 Passing Records..............................142-143 Receiving Records................................. 144 Receiving, Total Offense, All-Purpose... 145 Scoring, Special Teams Records............ 146 Special Teams Records...................147-148 Defensive Records..........................149-150 Miscellaneous Records...................151-152 Team Single-Game Highs.................... 153 Year-by-Year Team Statistics................. 154 Opponent Year-by-Year Team Statistics... 155 Chronological Lists........................156-160 Annual Leaders..............................161-163 Coaching Records................................. 164 Year-by-Year Results.......................165-174 Rise of the Redhawks Section 2010 Season Script.........................176-179 Photo Spread..................................180-181 2010 Team Photo.................................. 182 This is Southeast Section University Section..........................184-189 President Dr. Ken Dobbins................... 190 Interim Director of Athletics Cindy Gannon... 191 Athletics Support Staff.......................... 192


Southeast Missouri Sports Information Phone: (573) 651-2294 Fax: (573) 651-2810 Press Box: (573) 651-2191 Website: GoSoutheast.com

Jeff Honza Director

Nick Seeman Assistant

2011-12 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 TBA, Assistant Director Women’s Soccer, Women’s Basketball, Outdoor Track & Field Office: (573) 651-2937 Cell: (618) 593-7281 E-Mail: TBA Nick Seeman, Assistant Volleyball, Indoor Track & Field, Baseball Office: (573) 651-2294 Cell: (314) 606-6312 E-Mail: nseeman@semo.edu Tanya Cwick.............................. Gymnastics Sean Stevenson..................... Cross Country Katie Wojtowicz.............................. Softball 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 the Southeast Missouri Sports Information Office by phone at (573) 651-2933 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-yardlines 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 Sports Information Office for unloading information. Postgame Procedure The Southeast Missouri Sports Information staff will make requested student-athletes available to the media at the conclusion of each game. Coach Samuel’s first postgame responsibility after meeting with the team is his live radio show. Samuel and selected student-athletes will address the media in the Houck Field House conference room. For interviews with opposing coaches and players, please make arrangements with the visiting sports information director before the end of the game. Football E-Mail List If you would like to be added to the Redhawk football e-mail list to receive breaking news about the team, please e-mail Jeff Honza. The official website, GoSoutheast.com, is the best source for up-to-date information about the team. Interviews During the Week Student-athletes and coaches are available after practice on Tuesdays and Wednesdays during the season. Please let the sports information office know if you plan to attend practice. Houck Stadium Press Box Press facilities are in the Houck Stadium Press Box located on the top of the south side of the stadium. The press box is a two-level facility, so please use caution when walking up and down the stairs.

Redhawks Radio Network Erik Sean returns for his 12th 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 three-time 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 (flagship) Cape Girardeau, 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 radio station courtesy of the Redhawks Radio Network. If additional phone lines are needed, they must be secured by calling (573) 651-2275 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 at 10 a.m., CT, beginning Aug. 30. Southeast head coach Tony Samuel will be on the call at 10:28 a.m. Please contact Kyle Schwartz, (615) 371-1698, at the conference office for further information. Weekly Television Show Redhawk Football with Tony Samuel will be televised Monday nights at 11:05 p.m., CT, on the Heartland CW (WQWQ-TV, Charter Cable 33). The show is hosted by Todd Richards. KFVS WebCast KFVS12 will provide live webcasting for all of Southeast Missouri’s home football games this season. Fans can watch all webcasts free of charge online at KFVS12.com.

Ohio Valley Conference Football Sports Information Directory Austin Peay Brad Kirtley Office: (931) 221-7561 E-Mail: kirtleyb@apsu.edu Eastern Illinois Rich Moser Office: (217) 581-7480 E-Mail: rlmoser@eiu.edu Eastern Kentucky Michael Clark Office: (859) 622-6170 E-Mail: michael.clark@eku.edu Jacksonville State Greg Seitz Office: (256) 782-5279 E-Mail: gseitz@jsu.edu Murray State John Brush Office: (270) 809-7044 E-Mail: john.brush@murraystate.edu Southeast Missouri Jeff Honza Office: (573) 651-2933 E-Mail: jhonza@semo.edu Tennessee State Wallace Dooley Office: (615) 963-5674 E-Mail: wdooley@tnstate.edu Tennessee Tech Rob Schabert Office: (931) 372-3088 E-Mail: rschabert@tntech.edu UT Martin Joe Lofaro Office: (731) 881-7632 E-Mail: jlofaro@utm.edu OVC Kyle Schwartz Office: (615) 371-1698 E-Mail: kschwartz@ovc.org

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2011 Southeast Missouri Football Schedule Date September 3 September 17 September 24 October 1 October 8 October 15 October 22 October 29 November 5 November 12 November 19

Opponent Southern Illinois Purdue Tennessee Tech* Eastern Illinois* Tennessee State* Eastern Kentucky* Austin Peay* UT Martin* Central Methodist Jacksonville State* Murray State*

Location Cape Girardeau, Mo. West Lafayette, Ind. Cookeville, Tenn. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Nashville, Tenn. Richmond, Ky. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Martin, Tenn. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Cape Girardeau, Mo. Cape Girardeau, Mo.

Time 6 p.m. 11 a.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

Postseason Dates November 26 December 3 December 9-10 December 16-17 January 6

FCS Playoffs (First Round) FCS Playoffs (Second Round) FCS Playoffs (Quarterfinals) FCS Playoffs (Semifinals) FCS National Championship

Campus Sites Campus Sites Campus Sites Campus Sites Frisco, Texas

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Home Games in Bold * - Ohio Valley Conference Game All Times Central and Subject to Change

Best Western Lafayette Executive Plaza 4343 State Road 26 East Lafayette, IN 47905 Phone: (765) 447-0575 Fax: (765) 447-0901 Website: bestwestern.com

Tennessee Tech September 24, 2011

Clarion Inn 970 South Jefferson Ave. Cookeville, TN 38501 Phone: (931) 526-7125 Fax: (931) 520-7944 Website: clarionhotel.com

Tennessee State October 8, 2011

Radisson Hotel Nashville Airport 1112 Airport Center Dr. Nashville, TN 37214 Phone: (615) 889-9090 Fax: (615) 885-1564 Website: radisson.com

Eastern Kentucky October 15, 2011

Best Western Holiday Plaza 100 Eastern Bypass Richmond, KY 40475 Phone: (859) 623-9220 Fax: (859) 624-1458 Website: bestwestern.com

UT Martin October 29, 2011

Hampton Inn 2201 West Reelfoot Ave. Union City, Tenn. 38260 Phone: (731) 885-8850 Fax: (731) 885-5059 Website: hamptoninn.com

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outheast’s football facilities received a major upgrade prior to the 2011 season. A new scoreboard with video capabilities, lighting and Field Turf were installed at Houck Stadium. Locker rooms, meeting rooms and athletic training areas were also renovated at the Rosengarten Athletic Complex.

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re-vamped Houck Stadium will serve as the home of the Southeast Missouri State University football team for the 81st-consecutive year in 2011. This offseason, Houck Stadium underwent a huge makeover, as a new Field Turf playing surface, state-of-the-art Daktronics video scoreboard and new lighting were installed. The facility was also re-painted, giving the home to Redhawk Football a dazzling look. In 2010, a school record 8,342 fans turned out to watch Southeast at home. That mark was an improvement from the Redhawks average home attendance of 5,835 in 2009. Southeast also had two crowds over the Houck Stadium capacity. 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 crowed of over 6,000, with SIU claiming a 12-6 victory. The referee of 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 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, the initial Field Turf playing field was added and the exterior of the facility was resurfaced. Improvements were also made to the press box. More upgrades took place in 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. A state-of-the-art dormitory was added to the west end of Houck Stadium within the last three years. The ground floor of that building houses a locker room and athletic training room which the football program uses on gamedays. Eight of the largest single-game crowds at Houck Stadium have come in the last 11 years. In 2010, a school record 11,126 fans watched the Redhawks defeat UT Martin on Oct. 30. Southeast also drew a crowd of 10,316 vs. Tennessee State on Oct. 9 for the fourthlargest single-game home attendance. In addition, the Redhawks had over 10,000 fans for the Western Kentucky (10,222) and Murray State (10,028) in 2000, the Murray State (10,100) game in 2001 and Southern Illinois (10,100) matchup in 2005. Southeast averaged over 8,000 fans per home game in 2000.

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outheast averaged 8,342 fans at home last season, an improvement from 5,835 in 2009. That included two crowds over the Houck Stadium capacity of 10,000, including a school record home crowd of 11,126 vs. UT Martin on Oct. 30. The Redhawks went undefeated at home for the first time since joining the Ohio Valley Conference.

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he Southeast Missouri Department of Athletics entered into a five-year agreement with Nike on Oct. 6, 2010 -- the leading brand in collegiate athletics -- to be the official uniform, apparel and footwear provider for the Redhawks 15 sport programs. “Nike has a long history of excellence in college athletics and our affiliation with the Swoosh enhances the overall image of the Department of Athletics, and most importantly, improves the overall experience for our student-athletes,” said former Southeast Director of Athletics John Shafer. “The highquality performance product provided by Nike gives our teams a competitive advantage. Our student-athletes, coaches and administrators are all extremely excited about this partnership.” Included in the deal are new home and away football uniforms. The Redhawks wear the same model uniforms worn by Ohio State, Florida, Missouri and other Bowl Championship (BCS) Nike programs. Southeast donned its new uniforms for the first time in 2010.

The Beaverton, Ore. based company provides uniforms, practice and training gear, headwear and footwear for all Redhawk sports. This agreement provides a mid-six figure savings for the Southeast Department of Athletics over five academic years. LIDS Team Sports administers the agreement. “LIDS Team Sports is thrilled to have the opportunity to share its vision of quality, competitive pricing and unmatched customer service to Southeast Missouri State University through this new agreement,” said Paul Brunelle, Director of LIDS Team SportsImpact U. “We value this relationship and are honored to be partnered with the Redhawks.” NIKE, Inc., based near Beaverton, Ore., is the world’s leading designer, marketer and distributor of authentic athletic footwear, apparel, equipment and accessories for a wide variety of sports and fitness activities. Since 1999, Nike has owned the top spot in the Collegiate Licensing Company’s (CLC) collegiate apparel and royalties rankings.

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revention. Treatment. Rehabilitation. Education. Those are the four primary phases of athletic training, and the Southeast Missouri State University Athletic Training staff strives to fulfill all of those areas when working with the student-athletes on a daily basis. Southeast student-athletes are offered the best care possible by the Athletic Training staff. Head Athletic Trainer, Alfred Castillo, directs the Sports Medicine department which includes four full-time athletic trainers, six graduate assistants and several student assistants. The staff serves student-athletes aroundthe-clock at numerous facilities on campus. The athletic trainers begin treatments and rehabilitation starting as early as 6 a.m., and are available until the last student-athlete is through. There are currently four athletic training facilities on campus. The staff treats out

of Rosengarten Athletic Complex, where the primary athletic training room is located. There are two other satellite athletic training rooms, including one at Houck Field House and one at the Show Me Center. The Southeast Athletic Training rooms are equipped with stationary bikes, hand weights, therapeutic modalities, and the latest physical therapy equipment. Each component is strategically designed to not only give the studentathlete the best care, but also to aid in returning to competition as quickly as possible. Southeast Athletic Training has strong working relationships with local physicians and the two hospitals located within Cape Girardeau. It is from these hospitals that the Athletic Training department is assisted by four orthopedic physicians. The Southeast Athletic Training program prides and commits itself to providing the

best comprehensive, personalized and efficient healthcare to its student-athletes. Delivery of healthcare focuses on the prevention and management of athletic-related injuries or illnesses, while adhering to the National Athletic Trainers’ Board of Certification Standards of Professional Practice. Our high quality of athletic healthcare is provided in combination with the education of athletic training students.

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e are very proud of the tradition of excellence we are building here at Southeast Missouri State University and demand a lot from our studentathletes. Honesty, integrity, unrelenting effort and attention to detail are the pillars of our training program. Simply put, our goal is to outwork every opponent we go up against, and learn to rely on one another to achieve a common goal. We may not be the fastest, strongest or most talented, but we certainly have the attitude that, together, we can take on the world. In the weight room, we take a comprehensive approach to training. Programs are ground-based, founded on the Olympic Lifts (Clean, Jerk, etc.) and traditional strength training (Front/Back Squat, Dead Lift, Pressing and Pulling). The concept is simple. Find

something heavy and move it in a way that mimics the actions of your sport as fast as you can. In the training arena, we strive to take the foundational strength and power we have developed and refine it into sport-specific movements and skills. We start by emphasizing correct motor skill and muscle recruitment patterns in order to maximize athletic potential and minimize the risk of injury. We drill tirelessly on proper movement patterns so that agility and change of direction are razor sharp. We spend a great deal of time on both explosive movements and body control to develop first step quickness, acceleration/deceleration, balance and coordination. Lastly, we condition our minds and bodies in a way that mimics game simulation. It is our hope that through the countless lessons learned in sport and competition, we are helping to develop the leaders of tomorrow.

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tudent-athletes and coaches at Southeast are dedicated to giving back to the community that so generously supports them. Redhawk football studentathletes have opportunities to participate in a variety of community service activities. We are proud of the level of commitment shown by our student-athletes here at Southeast.

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he Redhawk Success Center offers Southeast Missouri State studentathletes a place to study and develop as students and campus leaders. The Redhawk Success Center is located in the Student Recreation Center, just south of Houck Stadium. The facility offers a computer lab with 18 computer work terminals, study areas and rooms for group meetings. The area is under the guidance of Assistant Director of Athletics Brady Barke, with assistance from Director of Academic Services Sharon Burgard, Assistant Natalie Williams and Graduate Assistants Geoff Wester and Israel Kirk. The beautiful facility has enhanced the outstanding work in the classroom already enjoyed by Southeast student-athletes. During the 2010 fall semester, the Southeast athletic programs combined for a 3.09 grade point

average, its highest for a fall term. Eleven of the Redhawks 15 programs recorded a team GPA of 3.0 or better. In all, 186 student-athletes recorded at least a 3.0 GPA. Of that group, 23 finished the fall term with a perfect 4.0. Tutors are available for all student-athletes as needed. In addition, both attendance and academic progress are monitored through regular checks with faculty. A special course is required for all first time student-athletes at Southeast. The course, which offers three credit hours, is part of a comprehensive program developed to address study skills and life skills topics, and thus, enhance retention and academic success for student-athletes. Entering student-athletes are evaluated for academic preparedness and assigned to appropriate categories. Student-athletes can also receive individualized academic programs which include meeting with a mentor at least

bi-weekly to discuss academic progress. The Success Center staff also works to get athletes involved in campus and community projects. This is done to provide a support structure and greater opportunity for academic success. Through the NCAA’s CHAMPS/ Life Skills Program, the Success Center gives student-athletes personal and professional skills in order to facilitate successful and productive futures.

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hree former Redhawks are currently active in the National Football League. G/C Eugene Amano is with the Tennessee Titans, G/C Dan Connolly is with the New England Patriots and TE Edgar Jones is with the Washington Redskins. Former Southeast assistant coach Jon Gruden rose to the top of professional football Rick Aeilts, TE Cleveland Browns Eugene Amano, G/C* Tennessee Titans Fred Benien, DL St. Louis Cardinals Greg Brune, QB Chicago Bears Lance Brune, QB St. Louis Cardinals Dan Connolly, G/C* Jacksonville Jaguars New England Patriots Shawn Corbett, OL San Diego Chargers Frank Czaphla, DB Cleveland Browns Kent Davis, DB Buffalo Bills Cleveland Browns Kenneth Dement, DT New York Giants John Diepenbrock, WR St. Louis Cardinals

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 an ESPN analyst and serves as a color commentator for Monday Night Football. Gruden coached at Southeast in 1988. Marty Mornhinweg, another Southeast assistant, is the offensive coordinator for the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Edgar Jones, LB/TE* Charlie Taylor, WR Baltimore Ravens Chicago Bears Washington Redskins Todd Fields, P Marquis Walker, LB St. Louis Cardinals David Means, DL Indianapolis Colts Buffalo Bills Carl Gross, TE Tony Walker, LB Kansas City Chiefs Art Miller, WR Indianapolis Colts Denver Broncos Curtis Hammond, DB Charlie Williams, WR San Francisco 49ers Eddie Moss, RB Seattle Seahawks Buffalo Bills John Harbour, OT St. Louis Cardinals Kyle Williams, DB Chicago Cardinals Indianapolis Colts Dan Peiffer, OL Ed Hotz, K St. Louis Cardinals John Wittenborn, OL Tampa Bay Buccaneers Washington Redskins San Francisco 49ers Chicago Bears Kevin Hunt, DB Jason Witczak, K Atlanta Falcons Willie Ponder, WR Tennessee Titans New York Giants Kyle Hunt, TE Seattle Seahawks Mike Wood, K Philadelphia Eagles St. Louis Rams Minnesota Vikings St. Louis Cardinals Ken Iman, OL Steve Rogers, QB Los Angeles Rams Atlanta Falcons Joe Young, QB St. Louis Cardinals David Jackson, WR Angel Rubio, DL Tampa Bay Buccaneers Pittsburgh Steelers * - Currently on NFL Rosters Steve Johnson, OL Glennon Schott, LB St. Louis Cardinals Denver Broncos Ed Slaughter, WR Pittsburgh Steelers

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

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he Southeast Missouri State University Department of Athletics recognizes the University’s responsibility for the advancement and transmission of knowledge and the preparation of leaders in all segments of society. The Department of Athletics 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 Department of Athletics 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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Offensive Outlook

outheast Missouri is still raving about its storybook season a year ago and hopes the magic continues in 2011. For the first time in school history, the Redhawks are defending Ohio Valley Conference Champions. In 2010, Southeast went 9-3 overall and 7-1 in league play en route to its first conference title and NCAA Playoff appearance in the 104-year history of its program. The Redhawks landed on the national radar and finished their historic campaign ranked 13th in the final Football Championship Subdivision Sports Network and Coaches Polls. Tony Samuel earned 2010 Eddie Robinson, OVC Roy Kidd and American Football Coaches Association Region 3 Coach of the Year honors, and won the Fritz Pollard Award after leading Southeast to one of the greatest turnarounds in FCS history. However, that was last year. Now, Samuel sets to begin his sixth season with four new coaches and eight returning starters. The Redhawks will also take

the field at a re-vamped Houck Stadium which received a big makeover this offseason. Brand new Field Turf, a stateof-the-art scoreboard with video capabilities and new lighting were installed to dress up the facility that has been home to Redhawk football for 81 years. In addition to the improvements at Houck Stadium, renovations were made to the coaches offices, locker rooms and athletic training areas at the Rosengarten Athletic Complex. Anyway you look at it, success breeds success and all the pieces are in place for the Redhawks to have another big season. Here is a breakdown of this year’s team:

Coaching Changes

Tim McGuire, who spent the last five years as Southeast’s defensive coordinator, was promoted to assistant head coach and offensive coordinator. McGuire takes over a Redhawk offense which led the OVC and ranked third in the nation in rushing last season. First-year wide receivers coach Joel Beard joins the Redhawks

Evan Conrad 2011 Preseason All-OVC

after spending the last season as head coach at Minnesota State University Moorhead. Meanwhile, Tyler Hennes will work with the quarterbacks in his first year as a graduate assistant coach.

Quarterback

Preseason All-OVC selection Matt Scheible returns for his final year at Southeast. Scheible became the first Redhawk quarterback to earn First-Team All-Conference honors following a monster 2010 campaign. Scheible has made 24-consecutive starts under center and currently ranks among Southeast’s single-season and career leaders in several categories. In 2010 alone, the dual-threat Scheible completed 109-of-182 passes for 1,246 yards and eight touchdowns. He also finished second on the team in rushing with 887 yards and seven touchdowns on 169 carries. Scheible ranked among the top-10 OVC leaders in passing average (6th, 103.8 ypg), pass efficiency (5th, 128.6 rating) and total offense (5th, 177.5 ypg). In addition, he threw only three interceptions, second-fewest in the league. Derek Gibson, Tyler Peoples and Zach Levy, Trey Lewis and Scott Lathrop are behind Scheible at quarterback. Gibson, Peoples and Levy did not see action in 2010. Lewis was the SEMO Conference Player of the Year and Sikeston Standard Democrat Offensive Player of the Year after leading nearby Sikeston High School to a 13-1 record and second state semifinal appearance a year ago. He set individual school records in total touchdowns (40), passing yards (1,546) and total yards (2,957) as a senior, the first year he played quarterback. Lewis was equally impressive on the run, rushing for 1,411 yards and 24 TDs.

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Lathrop is a walk-on from Warrenton High School.

Running Back

Southeast will have some big shoes to fill at tailback following the loss of Henry Harris. A consensus All-American and the OVC’s Offensive Player of the Year, Harris ran for over 100 yards a school record 10 times in 12 starts. He averaged 5.7 yards per carry and scored multiple touchdowns on five occasions. Harris also broke the Redhawks singleseason records in points scored (114), all-purpose yards (2,609), rushing attempts (305), rushing yards (1,735), rushing touchdowns (18) and total touchdowns (19). Renard Celestin and Lennies McFerren shared carries at the tailback spot in the spring. Celestin ran the ball just four times for 15 yards in 2010, while McFerren redshirted as a true freshman. Levi Terrell and Lewis Washington will push for the starting job. Terrell spent the last two years at the University of NebraskaOmaha, which cut its football program after the 2010 campaign. He earned Second-Team AllMIAA honors after leading UNO with 960 yards and eight touchdowns on 162 carries. Prior to that, Terrell was named First-Team All-MIAA and MIAA Freshman of the Year when he ran for 1,182 yards and seven touchdowns, despite missing the first four games of the season in 2009. Washington was a First-Team All-District selection at Mansfield Summit High School in Arlington, Texas. He carried the ball 187 times for 978 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior. Southeast led the OVC and ranked third in the nation in rushing with 265.1 yards per game last season.


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL The Redhawks return their top receiver in fifth-year senior Chantae Ahamefule. Ahamefule, who has caught a pass in six-straight games, led the team in receptions (26), receiving yards (357) and receiving yards per game (29.8) last season. D.J. Foster, Spencer Davis and Matt Bell will challenge. Foster played in nine games and came on strong toward the end of last season. He caught three passes for 30 yards and a touchdown. Foster’s first career touchdown reception came on a 19-yard pass play which gave Southeast a 21-19 lead early in the fourth quarter at Jacksonville State. Davis is expected to be a threat after missing the entire 2010 season with a knee injury. Bell saw action in eight games a year ago. Ola Alli, Aaron King, Josh Coleman and walk-ons Matt Blaise and Blake Curtis add depth to the receiving corps.

Tight End

Sophomore Art Mueller is a sure-handed target at tight end. Mueller played in four games and made two starts before his season was cut short due to injury a year ago. Transfers Marq Goodlitt and Tyler French will also look to contribute. Goodlitt played at Citrus College, while French caught 17 passes for 189 yards in his only year as a starter at Phoenix College in 2010. Mike Cyliax and Wyky Jean are other possibilities at tight end.

Offensive Guard

The offensive line will have some new faces after losing three First-Team All-OVC selections. Southeast had a banner year up front in 2010, paving the way for the nation’s No. 3 rushing offense. Starting with right guard, Chris Duggins appears to be the

frontrunner after seeing action in 11 games last season. Pete Niggemann, Carlos Beverly and Ethan Abernathy could also see time there. Niggemann went through spring drills after transferring from Glendale Community College, and Beverly and Abernathy are true freshmen. Colt McCauley, Armin Blagajcevic and Traven Mable will battle for the left guard spot.

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Receivers

Offensive Tackle

The Redhawks led the nation in sacks allowed last season, giving up a mere .50 per game. Evan Conrad, who allowed only two sacks in 12 starts, is back at left tackle. A Preseason All-OVC selection and the only non-senior offensive lineman to earn First-Team AllConference honors a year ago, Conrad was rated among the Sports Network’s FCS Preseason Top-10 offensive linemen entering 2011. Chris Watson also returns after playing in nine games last season. True freshmen Donnie Bess and Justin Fowler will help on the left side. Dominic Maldonado, who sat out the 2010 campaign and missed part of the 2009 season with an injury, is the lead candidate at right tackle. Maldonado played in eight games and made four starts prior to his injury in 2009. Ben Schmidt moved to tackle after redshirting as a tight end last season. Transfers Spencer Hilley and Conrad Schmid will also vye for playing time. Hilley was a First-Team AllJayhawk Conference and AllRegion VI pick at Butler County Community College which has been ranked as the No. 1 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) football program since 2000. Schmid saw significant action at right tackle during the spring

Matt Scheible 2011 Preseason All-OVC after coming to Southeast from Western Michigan.

Center

Southeast will have another big hole to fill at center after losing All-American and First-Team AllOVC honoree Sean Middleton. Middleton, who started 33 games in his career, won the 2010 Rimington Award which goes to the top center in the FCS. Transfers Ben Fulghum and Josh Jourdan are the top candidates. Fulghum was a First-Team All-Jayhawk Conference and AllRegion VI pick at Butler County Community College and Jourdan was a two-year starter at Los Angeles Harbor College. Duggins, William Jelks, Corey Porter and Matt Shannon are other options. Jelks played center during the spring after redshirting as a walk-

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on last season. Porter, who signed with the Redhawks in May, was teammates with Trey Lewis at Sikeston High School. Porter is also the younger brother of Michael Porter, a guard/ forward on Southeast’s men’s basketball team. Shannon sat out last season due to injury.

Fullback

Ron Coleman had a strong spring and will likely be the Redhawks starting fullback this season. Coleman redshirted in 2010. Sophomore Josh Nicks is also back after playing in all 12 games a year ago. Nicks rushed for three yards on three carries and registered three tackles on special teams. Jackson native Brandon Beck and Christian Long increase the depth at fullback. Beck participated in Southeast’s spring drills.

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he Southeast Missouri defense enters the 2011 season under the direction of first-year defensive coordinator Brian Mohnsen. Mohnsen, better known as Coach “Moose,” joined the Redhawks staff in February. He most recently coached the defensive line at the University of Buffalo from 2006-09. Mohnsen inherits a Southeast defense which allowed just 21.5 points per game last season, fewest in the Ohio Valley Conference. The Redhawks also led the league in interceptions (20) and turnover margin (+13), and ranked fifth nationally in turnover margin and 12th in turnovers gained (29). Like Mohnsen, Cherokee Valeria is also new to the defensive staff. Valeria begins his first season as defensive backs coach and will primarily work with the corners. Valeria comes to Cape Girardeau after spending the last year as Director of Football Operations at Cal Poly. The Redhawks return five starters on defense this season.

Nose Tackle

Southeast’s defensive line combined for four takeways and 24 tackles for loss in 2010. The Redhawks lost their First-Team All-OVC nose tackle J.J. Sanchez, but Frankie Davis, Quinn Perry and Josyah O’Keefe-Lopez are expected to fill the void. Perry went through spring drills after transferring from Laney College, where he earned All-Northern California Conference honors. Davis returns after collecting 17 tackles in 12 games a year ago. O’Keefe-Lopez led the California Community College Athletic Association in sacks (3.0) and ranked fourth in tackles (36) at Citrus College last season.

Defensive Tackle

Fifth-year senior Steve Hendry headlines the defensive tackles. Hendry shifts to the tackle spot after registering 18 tackles and one interception in 11 starts at left defensive end last season. He also ranked second on the team with three sacks. Transfers Taylor Ramsey and Joe Malolo could also make an impact.

Ramsey went through spring drills after joining the Redhawks from Ventura College. Meanwhile, Malolo posted 80 tackles, 12 sacks and 18 tackles for loss as a two-year starter at Los Medanos College. Returnee Nathan Jones is another who may see ample playing time at tackle.

Defensive End

Justin Love is back to anchor the right side, while Johnnie Morgan is among those contending for the starting role at left defensive end. Love had 42 tackles in 11 starts and ranked fourth on the team in tackles for loss (4.0) a year ago. He also forced a fumble, recovered a fumble, had two sacks and five quarterback hurries. Love enters the year with 9.5 career tackles for loss, the most of any returning defensive player in 2011. Morgan saw action in every game last season. He made 10 tackles, including three solo stops. Trent Peterson and newcomer Alonzo Nevarez will challenge at left end. Peterson made two tackles and recovered a fumble in nine games last season, while Nevarez registered 29 tackles and led his team in both sacks (4.0) and tackles for loss (7.5) at Citrus College in 2010.

Defensive Outlook

Linebackers

Blake Peiffer

A linebacker has led the team in tackles every year since 2006, and Southeast looks to continue that trend this season. Blake Peiffer and Philip Klaproth are the most experienced of the group. Both played in all 12 games and combined for nine starts in 2010. Peiffer, who started six games, was among the Redhawks top tacklers, ranking fifth with 59 stops. Klaproth made three starts, adding 38 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss and a sack. Klaproth has recorded

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at least one tackle in each of his 35 career games at linebacker. Wisler Ymonice is another key returnee. Ymonice had 15 tackles in 12 games as a true freshman. Others looking to contribute include Brian Fercho, David Smart, Derek Walker, Derek Gohn, Joey Lohmann, Elijah Jackson, Andy McNeel, George Neuhaus, Daniel Siehndel and Ashanti Watson. Fercho played in nine games, while Smart (redshirted) and Gohn did not see action last season. Walker, Jackson and Siehndel are walk-ons. Siehndel redshirted at Big Sky Conference member Northern Colorado in 2010. Lohmann was the 2010 Naples Daily News Defensive Player of the Year after breaking Barron Collier High School’s single-season (150) and career (330) tackles records. McNeel was a First-Team AllConference selection and two-year starter at Eureka High School. Neuhaus became Niles North High School’s first All-State player when he earned First-Team 7A honors last season. He averaged more than 100 tackles in each of his prep campaigns. Watson signed with the Redhawks in July. He comes to Southeast from San Mateo College, where he helped lead the Bulldogs to a 10-2 record and NorCal title in 2009. Watson returned an interception 76 yards for the decisive touchdown in the conference championship game that year.

Safeties

Southeast led the OVC with 20 interceptions in 2010 and 11 of those picks were in the secondary. The safeties are sparked by the return of Preseason All-OVC selection Tylor Brock. Brock, who started 12 games at free safety, led the conference and tied for 16th in the nation with six interceptions last season. He tied


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Southeast lost both of its starting cornerbacks from last season. Kweku Arkorful and Bradley Montgomery are the lead candidates for those spots entering the 2011 campaign. Arkorful had 19 tackles, an interception and two forced fumbles in 11 games during his first year with the Redhawks last season. Montgomery did not see action in 2010, but had a strong spring. Sheldon McCullough and Cory Holmes also saw significant playing time last season. McCullough recorded two

Quick Facts General Information Founded..........................................1873 Enrollment....................................10,859 Nickname................................Redhawks Colors.............................. Red and Black Stadium............Houck Stadium (10,000) Surface......................................FieldTurf Affiliation..............NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference............................Ohio Valley President............ Dr. Kenneth W. Dobbins Interim Athletics Director....Cindy Gannon Ticket Office Phone.............573-651-2113 Website.......................GoSoutheast.com

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a Southeast single-game record in interceptions and returned two of his picks for touchdowns. Brock also had 56 tackles and earned both Second-Team All-America and All-OVC accolades. Branden Spann, Tamaris Surdock and Josh Freeman are also in the mix at free safety. Spann played in six games and Surdock redshirted in 2010. Freeman was a three-year starter at Poplar Bluff High School. He had 77 tackles and two sacks as a senior and finished his prep career ranked second in school history in sacks. The Redhawks are in good shape at strong safety with the return of fifth-year senior Bryan Blanfort. Blanfort received a medical redshirt after missing the entire 2010 season with a knee injury. He started 11 games and ranked second on the team with 79 tackles and a team-high 42 solo stops in 2009. Senior Kris Cottner adds more experience to the position. Cottner saw action in 12 games and was in on eight tackles a year ago. Newcomer Ben Kargbo played in six games and made two solo tackles before leaving the University of Buffalo prior to the start of his sophomore season. Kargbo has three years of eligibility remaining. Starks redshirted last season.

Football History First Year of Football........................1904 First Year of Division I FCS..............1991 All-Time Record.................... 427-475-36 All-Time OVC Record.................... 56-96 OVC Championships................. 1 (2010) NCAA FCS Playoff Appearances...1 (2010)

Tylor Brock 2011 Preseason All-OVC tackles and one pass breakup in nine games, and Holmes had three tackles in 12 contests. Jaren Butler, Sam Poole and Tim Hamm-Bey expand the depth at cornerback. Butler made two tackles in four games a year ago. Poole joins the Redhawks from O’Fallon High School, where he ranked 28th among the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Super 30 high school football recruits. Hamm-Bey posted 33 tackles as a senior at Lindbergh High School in 2010.

Specialists

The Redhawks return both their starting kicker and punter in 2011. Drew Geldbach is back to handle the placekicking duties. Geldbach ranked second among Southeast’s single-season leaders in PATs after making 33-of-38 last season. He also made 12-of-17 field goals, including a career-long 53-yard kick on his first attempt at

Murray State (Sept. 11). Geldbach kicked off 64 times and ranked second on the team in scoring with 69 points, as well. Joe Vucic returns at punter. Vucic punted 46 times for 1,709 yards a year ago. Three of his kicks travelled 50 or more yards and he pinned opponents inside their 20-yardline 10 times. Walk-on and Australia native Eddie Kocwa will help the kicking game. Spencer Davis, who missed all of last season with an injury, is expected to be the Redhawks top return man. Davis scored eight touchdowns on punt returns as a prep at Hazelwood Central High School. Brandon Gabbard enters his third year as Southeast’s starting long snapper. David Smart and Derek Gohn are other options at that position. Matt Scheible is projected to be the holder. Aaron King can also play there if the need arises.

Coaching Staff Head Coach........................Tony Samuel Alma Mater.................... Nebraska, 1981 Record at School...................... 22-35 (5) Career Record........................ 56-92 (13) Assistant Coaches Tim McGuire (Nebraska, 1975) Asst. Head Coach/Off. Coord. Brian Mohnsen (Nebraska, 1991) Def. Coord./Linebackers Chris Norris (Neb.-Omaha, 1999) Running Backs/Special Teams Brian Boerboom (Nebraska, 1992) Offensive Line Justin Kramer (Southern Illinois, 2005) TEs/Offensive Tackles/Recruiting Joel Beard (Wisconsin-Stout, 2000) Wide Receivers Cherokee Valeria (Central Wash., 1999) Defensive Backs Nick Stauffer (SE Missouri, 2008) Safeties Salim Powell (SE Missouri, 2009) Defensive/Special Teams Asst. Tyler Hennes (Emporia State, 2007) Graduate Assistant/Quarterbacks Marvin Anderson (SE Missouri, 2009) Director of Football Operations Strength Coach.................................TBA Equipment Manager......... Robbie Rasco Athletic Trainer...................Alfred Castillo Team Information 2010 Record...................................... 9-3 Conference Record/Finish............7-1/1st Base Offense/Defense......... Multiple/4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost...............40/20 Starters/Returning/Lost.....................8/14

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Redhawks By Name - Abernathy, Ethan 83 Ahamefule, Chantae 41 Alli, Ola 24 Arkorful, Kweku - Beck, Brandon 81 Bell, Matt - Bess, Donnie - Beverly, Carlos 68 Blagajcevic, Armin 20 Blaise, Matt 9 Blanfort, Bryan 39 Borum, Darrick 96 Brame, Courtney 23 Brock, Tylor 8 Butler, Jaren 28 Celestin, Renard - Cobb, AJ 32 Coleman, Josh 30 Coleman, Ron 74 Conrad, Evan 19 Cottner, Kris - Curtis, Blake 88 Cyliax, Mike 98 Davis, Frankie 4 Davis, Spencer - Doughty, Dylan 73 Duggins, Chris 52 Fercho, Brian 80 Foster, D.J. - Fowler, Justin - Freeman, Josh - French, Tyler - Fulghum, Ben 60 Gabbard, Brandon 36 Geldbach, Drew 14 Gibson, Derek 54 Gohn, Derek - Goodlitt, Marq - Hamm-Bey, Tim - Hamill, Kory 51 Hendry, Steve - Hilley, Spencer 29 Holmes, Cory - Jackson, Elijah 97 Jean, Wyky 75 Jelks, William - Jennings, Reggie 65 Jones, Nathan - Jourdan, Josh 21 Kargbo, Ben 89 King, Aaron 48 Klaproth, Philip - Kocwa, Eddie - Lathrop, Scott 16 Levy, Zach - Lewis, Trey - Lohmann, Joey 42 Love, Justin - Mable, Traven 71 Maldonado, Dominic - Malolo, Joe 69 McCauley, Colt 31 McCullough, Sheldon

No. 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 39 41 42 48 50 51 52 54 57 60 61 65 66 68 69 71 73 74 75 78 79 80 81 83 84 88 89

Name Lennies McFerren Spencer Davis Wisler Ymonice Tyler Peoples Bradley Montgomery Jaren Butler Bryan Blanfort Blake Peiffer Matt Starks Derek Gibson Tamaris Surdock Zach Levy Matt Scheible Kris Cottner Matt Blaise Ben Kargbo Branden Spann Tylor Brock Kweku Arkorful Renard Celestin Cory Holmes Ron Coleman Sheldon McCullough Josh Coleman Joe Vucic David Smart Bryant Worts Drew Geldbach Josh Nicks Darrick Borum Ola Alli Justin Love Philip Klaproth Taylor Ramsey Steve Hendry Brian Fercho Derek Gohn Matt Shannon Brandon Gabbard Pete Niggemann Nathan Jones Ben Schmidt Armin Blagajcevic Colt McCauley Dominic Maldonado Chris Duggins Evan Conrad William Jelks Chris Watson Conrad Schmid D.J. Foster Matt Bell Chantae Ahamefule Art Mueller Mike Cyliax Aaron King

Pos. RB RS/WR LB QB CB CB FS LB S QB S QB QB CB/S WR SS FS FS CB RB CB FB CB WR K/P LB RB K FB LB WR DE LB DE/DT DE LB LS/LB C LS G DT OT G G OT G/C OT C OT OT WR WR WR TE TE WR

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

Wt. 205 175 205 180 185 175 190 225 190 205 185 178 200 180 200 210 175 195 180 190 175 250 195 180 190 236 215 205 225 210 195 205 225 240 225 220 215 280 270 320 278 255 290 255 315 310 305 280 240 311 185 175 215 230 200 180

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

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Hometown (High School/Previous College) Paris, Tenn. (Henry County) Florissant, Mo. (Hazelwood Central) Auburndale, Fla. (Auburndale) Glendale, Ariz. (Independence) St. Louis, Mo. (Pattonville/Jackson State) Pittsburgh, Calif. (Deer Valley/Los Medanos JC) Miami, Fla. (Hialeah) Jackson, Mo. (Jackson) Paducah, Ky. (Lone Oak) Bonne Terre, Mo. (North County) San Diego, Calif. (Patrick Henry) St. Peters, Mo. (Francis Howell Central) Washington, Mo. (Washington) Perryville, Mo. (Perryville) Carbondale, Ill. (Carbondale/Missouri Baptist) Albany, N.Y. (Bishop Maginn/University of Buffalo) Jersey City, N.J. (James J. Ferris) St. Louis, Mo. (Parkway North) Dolton, Ill. (Thornridge/Rock Valley JC) Springfield, Ill. (Springfield) St. Louis, Mo. (Gateway Tech) Omaha, Neb. (North) Chicago, Ill. (Amundsen/Saint Xavier University) St. Louis, Mo. (Riverview Gardens) Willoughby Hills, Ohio (Notre Dame Cathedral Latin/Kent State) Rogers, Ark. (Rogers) Jersey City, N.J. (James J. Ferris) Wildwood, Mo. (Eureka/Missouri) Union City, Tenn. (Union City) Marion, Ill. (Marion) St. Louis, Mo. (Hazelwood Central) St. Joseph, Mo. (Central) Poplar Bluff, Mo. (Poplar Bluff) Moorpark, Calif. (Moorpark/Ventura College) Manchester, Mo. (Parkway West) St. Louis, Mo. (Lafayette/Henderson State) St. Louis, Mo. (Christian Brothers) Washington, Mo. (St. Francis Borgie) Peoria, Ariz. (Mountain Ridge) Scottsdale, Ariz. (Chaparrel/Glendale CC) West Palm Beach, Fla. (Suncoast) Cincinnati, Ohio (Oak Hills) St. Louis, Mo. (Affton) Marlow, Okla. (Marlow) Eureka, Mo. (Eureka/Arkansas) Pleasanton, Kan. (Pleasanton/Fort Scott CC) Columbia, Mo. (Hickman) Paris, Tenn. (Henry County) St. Louis, Mo. (Rockwood Summit) Kremmen, Germany (Sturgis/Western Michigan) Joliet, Ill. (Joliet West) St. Louis, Mo. (Mary Institute and Country Day) Jersey City, N.J. (James J. Ferris) Eureka, Mo. (Eureka) St. Louis, Mo. (Oakville) Union City, Mo. (Union/Lindenwood)


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Trent Peterson Johnnie Morgan Courtney Brame Wyky Jean Frankie Davis Quinn Perry Ethan Abernathy Brandon Beck Donnie Bess Carlos Beverly AJ Cobb Blake Curtis Dylan Doughty Justin Fowler Josh Freeman Tyler French Ben Fulghum Marq Goodlitt Tim Hamm-Bey Kory Hamill Spencer Hilley Elijah Jackson Reggie Jennings Josh Jourdan Eddie Kocwa Scott Lathrop Trey Lewis Joey Lohmann Traven Mable Joe Malolo Andy McNeel George Neuhaus Alonzo Nevarez Sam Poole Corey Porter Daniel Siehndel Jake Sims Levi Terrell Derek Walker Lewis Washington Ashanti Watson

DE DE DE TE DT DT G RB OT G RB WR WR OT S TE C TE CB G OT LB CB C P/K QB QB LB G DT LB LB DE CB C LB WR RB LB RB LB

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

255 255 220 220 290 290 275 220 275 320 180 170 180 260 180 265 288 260 165 230 305 200 185 315 190 175 170 230 325 265 200 225 245 185 290 215 205 195 215 215 215

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

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

Little Rock, Ark. (Milford Academy) Hidden Hills, Calif. (Mira Costa/Moorpark College) St. Louis, Mo. (Hazelwood Central) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (Calvary Christian Academy) Clermont, Fla. (East Ridge/Central Florida) Hayward, Calif. (Hayward/Laney College) Calhoun, Ga. (Adairsville) Jackson, Mo. (Jackson) Park Hills, Mo. (Central) O’Fallon, Ill. (O’Fallon) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Douglass) Springfield, Ill. (Glenwood) Charleston, Ill. (Charleston) Warrenton, Mo. (Warrenton) Poplar Bluff, Mo. (Poplar Bluff) Scottsdale, Ariz. (Dobson/Phoenix College) Andover, Kan. (Andover Central/Butler County CC) Upland, Calif. (Upland/Citrus College) St. Louis, Mo. (Lindbergh) St. Louis, Mo. (Parkway South) Clearwater, Kan. (Clearwater/Butler County CC) St. Louis, Mo. (Eureka) Westchester, Ill. (Nazareth Academy) Torrance, Calif. (North/LA Harbor College) Brisbane, Australia (Padua Prep) Warrenton, Mo. (Warrenton) Sikeston, Mo. (Sikeston) Naples, Fla. (Barron Collier) Willingboro, N.J. (Willingboro) Deer Valley, Calif. (Deer Valley/Los Medanos College) Eureka, Mo. (Eureka) Skokie, Ill. (Niles North) West Covina, Calif. (West Covina/Citrus College) O’Fallon, Ill. (O’Fallon) Sikeston, Mo. (Sikeston) Kansas City, Mo. (Park Hill South/Northern Colorado) Troy, Ill. (Triad/Missouri Valley College) Desoto, Mo. (Fox/Nebraska-Omaha) Cape Girardeau, Mo. (Cape Central) Arlington, Texas (Mansfield Summit) Vallejo, Calif. (Jesse Bethel/San Mateo College)

Head Coach Tony Samuel (Sixth Season - Nebraska, 1991) Assistant Coaches Tim McGuire (Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator - Nebraska, 1975) Brian Mohnsen (Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers - Nebraska, 1991) Brian Boerboom (Offensive Line - Nebraska, 1992) Justin Kramer (Tight Ends/Offensive Tackles/Recruiting Coordinator - Southern Illinois, 2005) Chris Norris (Running Backs/Special Teams - Nebraska-Omaha, 1999) Nick Stauffer (Safeties - Southeast Missouri, 2008) Joel Beard (Wide Receivers - Wisconsin-Stout, 2000) Cherokee Valeria (Defensive Backs - Central Washington, 1999) Salim Powell (Defensive/Special Teams Assistant - Southeast Missouri, 2009) Tyler Hennes (Graduate Assistant/Quarterbacks - Emporia State, 2007) Marvin Anderson (Director of Football Operations - Southeast Missouri, 2009)

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3 McFerren, Lennies - McNeel, Andy 7 Montgomery, Bradley 94 Morgan, Johnnie 84 Mueller, Art - Neuhaus, George - Nevarez, Alonzo 37 Nicks, Josh 61 Niggemann, Pete 11 Peiffer, Blake 6 Peoples, Tyler 99 Perry, Quinn 92 Peterson, Trent - Poole, Sam - Porter, Corey 50 Ramsey, Taylor 18 Scheible, Matt 79 Schmid, Conrad 66 Schmidt, Ben 57 Shannon, Matt - Siehndel, Daniel - Sims, Jake 34 Smart, David 22 Spann, Branden 12 Starks, Matt 15 Surdock, Tamaris - Terrell, Levi 33 Vucic, Joe - Walker, Derek - Washington, Lewis - Watson, Ashanti 78 Watson, Chris 35 Worts, Bryant 5 Ymonice, Wisler Squad Breakdown Total Squad Members..................... 97 Seniors........................................... 16 Fifth-Year........................................ 9 Juniors............................................ 26 Sophomores................................... 23 Freshmen....................................... 32 Redshirt........................................ 14

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92 94 96 97 98 99 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Pronunciation Guide Chantae Ahamefule..............Shon-tay Ah-ha-MUR-fuh-lah Kweku Arkorful................COO-way-ku Armin Blagajcevic...Blay-guh-seh-vich Matt Blaise................................. Blaze Mike Cyliax.......................... Sill-ee-ax Dylan Doughty..................... DOW-tee Brian Fercho.........................Fur-COE Derek Gohn................................Gone Wyky Jean.....................Wick-ee John Philip Klaproth......................Clap-roth Scott Lathrop....................... Lay-throp D.T. Lesane........................ LUH-sane Lennies McFerren................Len-neice Blake Peiffer............................ PIE-fur Matt Scheible.......................... Shy-bal Daniel Siehndel...................... Sin-dull Tamaris Surdock............ Tuh-MAIR-us Joe Vucic.............................VOO-sick Wisler Ymonice.................EE-mon-iss

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Redhawks By Number 3 Lennies McFerren 4 Spencer Davis 5 Wisler Ymonice 6 Tyler Peoples 7 Bradley Montgomery 8 Jaren Butler 9 Bryan Blanfort 11 Blake Peiffer 12 Matt Starks 14 Derek Gibson 15 Tamaris Surdock 16 Zach Levy 18 Matt Scheible 19 Kris Cottner 20 Matt Blaise 21 Ben Kargbo 22 Branden Spann 23 Tylor Brock 24 Kweku Arkorful 28 Renard Celestin 29 Cory Holmes 30 Ron Coleman 31 Sheldon McCullough 32 Josh Coleman 33 Joe Vucic 34 David Smart 35 Bryant Worts 36 Drew Geldbach 37 Josh Nicks 39 Darrick Borum 41 Ola Alli 42 Justin Love 48 Philip Klaproth 50 Taylor Ramsey 51 Steve Hendry 52 Brian Fercho 54 Derek Gohn 57 Matt Shannon 60 Brandon Gabbard 61 Pete Niggemann 65 Nathan Jones 66 Ben Schmidt 68 Armin Blagajcevic 69 Colt McCauley 71 Dominic Maldonado 73 Chris Duggins 74 Evan Conrad 75 William Jelks 78 Chris Watson 79 Conrad Schmid 80 D.J. Foster 81 Matt Bell 83 Chantae Ahamefule 84 Art Mueller 88 Mike Cyliax 89 Aaron King 92 Trent Peterson 94 Johnnie Morgan 96 Courtney Brame 97 Wyky Jean 98 Frankie Davis 99 Quinn Perry - Ethan Abernathy

No. - 83 41 24 - 81 - - 68 20 9 39 96 23 8 28 - 32 30 74 19 - 88 98 4 - 73 52 80 - - - - 60 36 14 54 - - - 51 - 29 - 97 75 - 65 - 21 89 48 - - 16 -

Name Ethan Abernathy Chantae Ahamefule Ola Alli Kweku Arkorful Brandon Beck Matt Bell Donnie Bess Carlos Beverly Armin Blagajcevic Matt Blaise Bryan Blanfort Darrick Borum Courtney Brame Tylor Brock Jaren Butler Renard Celestin AJ Cobb Josh Coleman Ron Coleman Evan Conrad Kris Cottner Blake Curtis Mike Cyliax Frankie Davis Spencer Davis Dylan Doughty Chris Duggins Brian Fercho D.J. Foster Justin Fowler Josh Freeman Tyler French Ben Fulghum Brandon Gabbard Drew Geldbach Derek Gibson Derek Gohn Marq Goodlitt Tim Hamm-Bey Kory Hamill Steve Hendry Spencer Hilley Cory Holmes Elijah Jackson Wyky Jean William Jelks Reggie Jennings Nathan Jones Josh Jourdan Ben Kargbo Aaron King Philip Klaproth Eddie Kocwa Scott Lathrop Zach Levy Trey Lewis

Pos. G WR WR CB RB WR OT G G WR FS LB DE FS CB RB RB WR FB OT CB/S WR TE DT RS/WR WR G/C LB WR OT S TE C LS K QB LS/LB TE CB G DE OT CB LB TE C CB DT C SS WR LB P/K QB QB QB

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

Wt. 275 215 195 180 220 175 275 320 290 200 190 210 220 195 175 190 180 180 250 305 180 170 200 290 175 180 310 220 185 260 180 265 288 270 205 205 215 260 165 230 225 305 175 200 220 280 185 278 315 210 180 225 190 175 178 170

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

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

Hometown (High School/Previous College) Calhoun, Ga. (Adairsville) Jersey City, N.J. (James J. Ferris) St. Louis, Mo. (Hazelwood Central) Dolton, Ill. (Thornridge/Rock Valley JC) Jackson, Mo. (Jackson) St. Louis, Mo. (Mary Institute and Country Day) Park Hills, Mo. (Central) O’Fallon, Ill. (O’Fallon) St. Louis, Mo. (Affton) Carbondale, Ill. (Carbondale/Missouri Baptist) Miami, Fla. (Hialeah) Marion, Ill. (Marion) St. Louis, Mo. (Hazelwood Central) St. Louis, Mo. (Parkway North) Pittsburgh, Calif. (Deer Valley/Los Medanos JC) Springfield, Ill. (Springfield) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Douglass) St. Louis, Mo. (Riverview Gardens) Omaha, Neb. (North) Columbia, Mo. (Hickman) Perryville, Mo. (Perryville) Springfield, Ill. (Glenwood) St. Louis, Mo. (Oakville) Clermont, Fla. (East Ridge/Central Florida) Florissant, Mo. (Hazelwood Central) Charleston, Ill. (Charleston) Pleasanton, Kan. (Pleasanton/Fort Scott CC) St. Louis, Mo. (Lafayette/Henderson State) Joliet, Ill. (Joliet West) Warrenton, Mo. (Warrenton) Poplar Bluff, Mo. (Poplar Bluff) Scottsdale, Ariz. (Dobson/Phoenix College) Andover, Kan. (Andover Central/Butler County CC) Peoria, Ariz. (Mountain Ridge) Wildwood, Mo. (Eureka/Missouri) Bonne Terre, Mo. (North County) St. Louis, Mo. (Christian Brothers) Upland, Calif. (Upland/Citrus College) St. Louis, Mo. (Lindbergh) St. Louis, Mo. (Parkway South) Manchester, Mo. (Parkway West) Clearwater, Kan. (Clearwater/Butler County CC) St. Louis, Mo. (Gateway Tech) St. Louis, Mo. (Eureka) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. (Calvary Christian Academy) Paris, Tenn. (Henry County) Westchester, Ill. (Nazareth Academy) West Palm Beach, Fla. (Suncoast) Torrance, Calif. (North/LA Harbor College) Albany, N.Y. (Bishop Maginn/University of Buffalo) Union City, Mo. (Union/Lindenwood) Poplar Bluff, Mo. (Poplar Bluff) Brisbane, Australia (Padua Prep) Warrenton, Mo. (Warrenton) St. Peters, Mo. (Francis Howell Central) Sikeston, Mo. (Sikeston)


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL - Brandon Beck Naples, Fla. (Barron Collier) - Donnie Bess St. Joseph, Mo. (Central) - Carlos Beverly Willingboro, N.J. (Willingboro) - AJ Cobb Eureka, Mo. (Eureka/Arkansas) - Blake Curtis Deer Valley, Calif. (Deer Valley/Los Medanos College) - Dylan Doughty Marlow, Okla. (Marlow) - Justin Fowler Chicago, Ill. (Amundsen/Saint Xavier University) - Josh Freeman Paris, Tenn. (Henry County) - Tyler French Eureka, Mo. (Eureka) - Ben Fulghum - Marq Goodlitt St. Louis, Mo. (Pattonville/Jackson State) - Tim Hamm-Bey Hidden Hills, Calif. (Mira Costa/Moorpark College) - Kory Hamill Eureka, Mo. (Eureka) - Spencer Hilley Skokie, Ill. (Niles North) - Elijah Jackson West Covina, Calif. (West Covina/Citrus College) - Reggie Jennings Union City, Tenn. (Union City) - Josh Jourdan Scottsdale, Ariz. (Chaparrel/Glendale CC) - Eddie Kocwa Jackson, Mo. (Jackson) - Scott Lathrop Glendale, Ariz. (Independence) - Trey Lewis Hayward, Calif. (Hayward/Laney College) - Joey Lohmann - Traven Mable Little Rock, Ark. (Milford Academy) - Joe Malolo O’Fallon, Ill. (O’Fallon) - Andy McNeel Sikeston, Mo. (Sikeston) - George Neuhaus Moorpark, Calif. (Moorpark/Ventura College) - Alonzo Nevarez Washington, Mo. (Washington) - Sam Poole Kremmen, Germany (Sturgis/Western Michigan) - Corey Porter Cincinnati, Ohio (Oak Hills) - Daniel Siehndel Washington, Mo. (St. Francis Borgie) - Jake Sims Kansas City, Mo. (Park Hill South/Northern Colorado) - Levi Terrell Troy, Ill. (Triad/Missouri Valley College) - Derek Walker - Lewis Washington Rogers, Ark. (Rogers) - Ashanti Watson Jersey City, N.J. (James J. Ferris) Paducah, Ky. (Lone Oak) Squad Breakdown San Diego, Calif. (Patrick Henry) Total Squad Members..................... 97 Desoto, Mo. (Fox/Nebraska-Omaha) Seniors........................................... 16 Willoughby Hills, Ohio (Notre Dame Cathedral Latin/Kent State) Fifth-Year........................................ 9 Cape Girardeau, Mo. (Cape Central) Juniors............................................ 26 Arlington, Texas (Mansfield Summit) Sophomores................................... 23 Freshmen....................................... 32 Vallejo, Calif. (Jesse Bethel/San Mateo College) Redshirt........................................ 14 St. Louis, Mo. (Rockwood Summit) Jersey City, N.J. (James J. Ferris) Pronunciation Guide Auburndale, Fla. (Auburndale) Chantae Ahamefule..............Shon-tay Ah-ha-MUR-fuh-lah Head Coach Kweku Arkorful................COO-way-ku Tony Samuel (Sixth Season - Nebraska, 1991) Armin Blagajcevic...Blay-guh-seh-vich Matt Blaise................................. Blaze Mike Cyliax.......................... Sill-ee-ax Assistant Coaches Dylan Doughty..................... DOW-tee Tim McGuire (Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator - Nebraska, 1975) Brian Fercho.........................Fur-COE Brian Mohnsen (Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers - Nebraska, 1991) Derek Gohn................................Gone Brian Boerboom (Offensive Line - Nebraska, 1992) Wyky Jean.....................Wick-ee John Justin Kramer (Tight Ends/Offensive Tackles/Recruiting Coordinator - Southern Illinois, 2005) Philip Klaproth......................Clap-roth Chris Norris (Running Backs/Special Teams - Nebraska-Omaha, 1999) Scott Lathrop....................... Lay-throp Nick Stauffer (Safeties - Southeast Missouri, 2008) D.T. Lesane........................ LUH-sane Joel Beard (Wide Receivers - Wisconsin-Stout, 2000) Lennies McFerren................Len-neice Blake Peiffer............................ PIE-fur Cherokee Valeria (Defensive Backs - Central Washington, 1999) Matt Scheible.......................... Shy-bal Salim Powell (Defensive/Special Teams Assistant - Southeast Missouri, 2009) Daniel Siehndel...................... Sin-dull Tyler Hennes (Graduate Assistant/Quarterbacks - Emporia State, 2007) Tamaris Surdock............ Tuh-MAIR-us Marvin Anderson (Director of Football Operations - Southeast Missouri, 2009) Joe Vucic.............................VOO-sick Wisler Ymonice.................EE-mon-iss Joey Lohmann Justin Love Traven Mable Dominic Maldonado Joe Malolo Colt McCauley Sheldon McCullough Lennies McFerren Andy McNeel Bradley Montgomery Johnnie Morgan Art Mueller George Neuhaus Alonzo Nevarez Josh Nicks Pete Niggemann Blake Peiffer Tyler Peoples Quinn Perry Trent Peterson Sam Poole Corey Porter Taylor Ramsey Matt Scheible Conrad Schmid Ben Schmidt Matt Shannon Daniel Siehndel Jake Sims David Smart Branden Spann Matt Starks Tamaris Surdock Levi Terrell Joe Vucic Derek Walker Lewis Washington Ashanti Watson Chris Watson Bryant Worts Wisler Ymonice

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Geographical Breakdown

California (10) Deer Valley........................ Joe Malolo Hayward.......................... Quinn Perry Hidden Hills...............Johnnie Morgan Moorpark.....................Taylor Ramsey Pittsburgh........................ Jaren Butler San Diego.................Tamaris Surdock Torrance.........................Josh Jourdan Upland...........................Marq Goodlitt Vallejo........................ Ashanti Watson West Covina.............. Alonzo Nevarez Florida (6) Auburndale.................Wisler Ymonice Clermont........................Frankie Davis Ft. Lauderdale...................Wyky Jean Miami............................Bryan Blanfort Naples.........................Joey Lohmann West Palm Beach......... Nathan Jones Georgia (1) Calhoun....................Ethan Abernathy Germany (1) Kremmen....................Conrad Schmid

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Illinois (13) Carbondale........................Matt Blaise Charleston...................Dylan Doughty Chicago............. Sheldon McCullough Dolton......................... Kweku Arkorful Joliet..................................D.J. Foster Marion...........................Darrick Borum O’Fallon....................... Carlos Beverly Sam Poole Skokie...................... George Neuhaus Springfield..................Renard Celestin Blake Curtis Troy....................................Jake Sims Westchester..............Reggie Jennings Kansas (3) Andover......................... Ben Fulghum Clearwater................... Spencer Hilley Pleasanton....................Chris Duggins Kentucky (1) Paducah........................... Matt Starks Missouri (41) Bonne Terre.................. Derek Gibson Cape Girardeau.............Derek Walker Columbia....................... Evan Conrad Desoto............................... Levi Terrell Eureka.................Dominic Maldonado Andy McNeel Art Mueller Florissant..................... Spencer Davis

Jackson........................Brandon Beck Blake Peiffer Kansas City............... Daniel Siehndel Manchester....................Steve Hendry Park Hills........................ Donnie Bess Perryville.......................... Kris Cottner Poplar Bluff.................. Josh Freeman Philip Klaproth Sikeston............................. Trey Lewis Corey Porter St. Joseph......................... Justin Love St. Louis............. Bradley Montgomery Tylor Brock Cory Holmes Josh Coleman Ola Alli Brian Fercho Derek Gohn Armin Blagajcevic Chris Watson Matt Bell Mike Cyliax Courtney Brame Tim Hamm-Bey Kory Hamill Elijah Jackson St. Peters............................Zach Levy Warrenton...................... Justin Fowler Scott Lathrop Washington....................Matt Scheible Matt Shannon Wildwood....................Drew Geldbach

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Union City..........................Aaron King Nebraska (1) Omaha.......................... Ron Coleman New Jersey (4) Jersey City...........Chantae Ahamefule Branden Spann Bryant Worts Willingboro.....................Traven Mable New York (1) Albany.............................. Ben Kargbo Ohio (2) Cincinnati........................ Ben Schmidt Willoughby Hills................... Joe Vucic Oklahoma (2) Oklahoma City.......................AJ Cobb Marlow......................... Colt McCauley Tennessee (3) Paris...............................William Jelks Lennies McFerren Union City.......................... Josh Nicks Texas (1) Arlington................ Lewis Washington


COACHING STAFF


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Samuel Revives Southeast Missouri Football Program TONY SAMUEL HEAD COACH Sixth Season Nebraska, 1981

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Head Coach Tony Samuel

t normally takes five years to turn around a program, and everything came together for Southeast Missouri under head coach Tony Samuel in 2010. Samuel entered the year with a Southeast team picked to finish eighth in the Ohio Valley Conference Preseason Poll. Not much was expected of the Redhawks, who had won no more than four games in each of Samuel’s first four seasons at the

helm. However, you could sense that success was brewing and it was only a matter of time until it boiled over. It was a year for the ages as Southeast flipped a 2-9 record from 2009 to a 9-3 mark in 2010. The Redhawks also finished 7-1 in OVC play en route to their firstever conference title and NCAA Playoff appearance in the 104-year history of their football program. Samuel, who won the Sports

Tony Samuel became the first in Southeast football history to win the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award. Samuel received the prestigious honor at the FCS Awards Banquet in Frisco, Texas. He is pictured here with former Southeast Director of Athletics John Shafer.

Network Eddie Robinson, Fritz Pollard, Roy Kidd OVC and American Football Coaches Association Region 3 Coach of the Year awards, led Southeast to one of the greatest turnarounds in Football Championship Subdivision history. “It was an amazing run and I’m proud of our guys,” said Samuel. “It was really impressive to see what this team accomplished.” The Redhawks were a Top-25 team for the last nine weeks of the season and achieved their highest national ranking when they were voted seventh in the Nov. 8 Sports Network Poll. As Samuel will attest, Southeast’s magical journey to the national spotlight kicked into high gear when the Redhawks overcame an 18-point thirdquarter deficit to stun then-No. 5 Southern Illinois on the road. It was a victory that sent shock waves through the FCS. “It was a huge win for our program and definitely the biggest since I’ve been at Southeast,” said Samuel. “The most gratifying thing was seeing the looks on our players’ faces in the locker room after that game. From that point on, I knew our season was going to be something special.” Samuel coached four AllAmericans (Henry Harris, Frank Knights, Tylor Brock, Sean Middleton), 10 All-Conference selections (Harris, Knights, Middleton, Brock, Matt Scheible, Bryan Curry, Evan Conrad, J.J. Sanchez, Justin Woodlief, Joshua Jackson), one Academic All-American (Sanchez), the OVC Offensive Player of the Year (Harris) and FCS Rimington Award-Winner (Middleton) during the historic 2010 campaign. In addition, the Redhawks ranked among the top-five teams in the nation in sacks allowed (1st, 0.50/game), least intercep-

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tions thrown (t1st, 3), rushing offense (3rd, 265.1 ypg), fourthdown efficiency (3rd, 72.2 pct.), interceptions (4th, 20), third-down efficiency (5th, 47.3 pct.) and turnover margin (5th, 1.08). Samuel’s dazzling success certainly didn’t go un-noticed. A school record average of 8,342 fans turned out to watch Southeast at home in 2010, an improvement from 5,835 in 2009. That included two crowds over the Houck Stadium capacity of 10,000, including a school record home crowd of 11,126 vs. UT Martin on Oct. 30. Increased football attendance generated a positive economic effect as local hotels and restaurants filled up with fans. The resurgence also gave retailers of team apparel a major boost. More importantly, Samuel’s Redhawks landed in the national media, bringing plenty of noteriety to the city of Cape Girardeau and surrounding areas. “The outpouring of support was awesome and it’s always nice to get your name out there,” said Samuel. Southeast, which was one of 15 FCS teams with nine or more wins in 2010, saw its storybook season come to an end when it fell to eventual National Champion Eastern Washington in the second round of the NCAA Playoffs. Two months later, Samuel signed a five-year contract extension to remain Southeast’s head coach through the 2016 season. “Five years ago, we hired the right coach,” said Kenneth W. Dobbins, president of the University. “We are pleased with Tony’s style and success and look forward to many more years with him as head coach.” With Samuel’s new contract extension came a massive facility upgrade. The renovation project, which includes new lighting, Fieldturf and scoreboard


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Samuel also coached Edgar Jones, who played four seasons with the Baltimore Ravens and most recently signed as a free agent with the Washington Redskins. Jones is currently one of three former Southeast players in the National Football League. Samuel has coached at the NCAA Division I level for 29 years, working 16 seasons as an assistant coach and 13 as a head coach. He made stops at Western Michigan, Stanford, Nebraska, New Mexico State and Purdue before taking over at Southeast. Samuel spent the bulk of his coaching career on the Great Plains of the Midwestern United States. A graduate of the University of Nebraska, Samuel both played and coached football at his alma mater. He coached the linebacker and rush end positions under legendary head coach Tom Osborne for 11 seasons (1986-96). Samuel mentored six First-Team All-Americans and 12 future NFL players. Nebraska won two National Championships (1994, 1995), captured seven Big Eight/ Big 12 Conference titles and played in 11 bowl games over that span. As a player, Samuel was a member of Osborne’s first recruiting class at Nebraska. He was a twoyear starter at defensive end and played in four bowl games, including the Sugar, Fiesta, Astro Bluebonnet and Liberty Bowls. Samuel earned honorable mention All-Big Eight

Head Coach Tony Samuel

with video capabilities at Houck Stadium, and renovated locker rooms, meeting rooms, coaches offices and athletic training areas at the Rosengarten Complex, will be completed prior to the 2011 season. “There are a lot of great things happening here and we want to continue to build on this success,” said Samuel. Samuel, the ninth head coach in Southeast football history, was named to the position on Dec. 21, 2005. In his first five years at Southeast, Samuel coached four First-Team All-Americans, 13 First-Team All-OVC selections, one Academic All-American, one OVC Offensive Player of the Year, three OVC All-Newcomer picks and one Rimington Award winner.

Cape Girardeau Mayor Harry Rediger presented Tony Samuel with a “Proclamation to the City,” commemorating the achievements of the 2010 Southeast Missouri football team.

honors as a senior in 1977. Samuel and five other members of his coaching staff have ties to the University of Nebraska. Samuel went on to be the head coach at New Mexico State from 1997-2004, where he presently stands as the third-winningest coach in school history with 57 victories. New Mexico State went 6-5 in 1999, recording its first winning season since 1992 and only its third in 32 years. In 2002, Samuel’s Aggie squad posted a 7-5 mark which represented the most wins in a season since 1967. His teams won the Rio Grande Championship twice, and he led the Aggies to an undefeated home record in 2002. Samuel was instrumental in leading the 2003 New Mexico State squad to a No. 13 ranking in graduation rates among all NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly I-A) programs (76 percent). Samuel then spent one year

as the defensive ends coach at Purdue University (2005) before accepting the head coaching job at Southeast. While at Purdue, Samuel coached Rob Ninkovich, the team’s Most Valuable Player and Second-Team All-Big Ten defensive end. 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 has four children, Travis, Serena, Phillip and Terryn, and one grandaughter, Madalyn.

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School Western Michigan Western Michigan Stanford Stanford Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska New Mexico State New Mexico State New Mexico State New Mexico State New Mexico State New Mexico State New Mexico State New Mexico State Purdue Southeast Missouri Southeast Missouri Southeast Missouri Southeast Missouri Southeast Missouri

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Overall Record 7-2 6-5 5-6 4-7 10-2 10-2 11-2 10-2 9-3 9-2-1 9-3 11-1 13-0* 12-0* 11-2 2-9 3-8 6-5 3-8 5-7 7-5 3-9 5-6 5-6 4-7 3-8 4-8 2-9 9-3

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Postseason Fiesta Bowl Sugar Bowl Fiesta Bowl Orange Bowl Fiesta Bowl Citrus Bowl Orange Bowl Orange Bowl Orange Bowl Fiesta Bowl Orange Bowl NCAA Playoffs Second Round

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Head Coach Tony Samuel

Overall Record: 56-92 (13 years) Record at Southeast Missouri: 22-35, 13-26 OVC (5 years) Record at New Mexico State: 34-57 (8 years) Record as a College Assistant: 142-45-1 (16 years)

Samuel’s Players in the National Football League

Honors & Awards

Drafted 1985 1990 1991 1993 1994 1995 1997 1998 1999 2006

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

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

• 2010 Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year • 2010 OVC Roy Kidd Coach of the Year • 2010 American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Region 3 Coach of the Year • 2010 OVC Team Sportsmanship Award • 2010 Fritz Pollard Award

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Undrafted Free Agents David White (Nebraska) Edgar Jones (SE Missouri)

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Southeast Missouri All-Americans under Samuel Henry Harris, RB (2010) Sean Middleton, C (2010) Frank Knights, G (2010) Tylor Brock, FS (2010) Note that Sean Middleton also won the 2010 Rimington Award, which goes to the top center in the Football Championship Subdivision.

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL BRIAN MOHNSEN DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR

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im McGuire, who spent the last five years as Southeast’s defensive coordinator, was promoted to assistant head coach and offensive coordinator in February. McGuire last called a full season of offense when he was at Morningside College in 1982. A native of Omaha, Neb., McGuire takes over a Redhawk offense which led the Ohio Valley Conference and ranked third in the nation in rushing (265.1 ypg) last season. Southeast also led the nation in sacks allowed with .50 per game. McGuire guided Southeast’s defense to a banner year in 2010. The Redhawks led the OVC in scoring defense (21.5 ppg allowed), interceptions (20) and turnover margin (+13), while ranking second in total defense (317.1 ypg allowed), pass defense (164.8 ypg allowed) and pass defense efficiency (105.0 rating). Additionally, Southeast ranked fifth in the nation in turnover margin and 12th in turnovers gained (29). Four Redhawks earned All-OVC honors on McGuire’s defense last season, including FirstTeam free safety Tylor Brock who led the conference with six interceptions. Brock was also a SecondTeam All-American. McGuire was defensive coordinator at St. Norbert College in 2005 following a 12-year stint at Indiana State. He was the Sycamores defensive coordinator from 1993-97 and head coach from 1998-2004. ISU’s defensive units registered

First Season Nebraska, 1991

three shutouts and held opponents under 10 points on 10 occasions during McGuire’s tenure. His 1994 squad ranked first in the Missouri Valley Football Conference (formerly Gateway Football Conference) and 17th nationally in total defense. McGuire mentored seven AllAmericans as head coach at ISU. 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 NebraskaOmaha. 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, and one grandson, Ayden.

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rian Mohnsen enters his first year as defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at Southeast. Mohnsen, better known as Coach “Moose,” joined the Redhawks staff in February. A native of McCook, Neb., Mohnsen most recently coached the defensive line at the University of Buffalo from 2006-09. He also coached the defensive line at Minnesota State-Mankato. At Buffalo, Mohnsen helped lead the Bulls to back-to-back Mid-American Conference East Division Championships (2007 Co-Champions, 2008 Outright Champions). Buffalo made its first-ever trip to a bowl game in 2008 (International Bowl). Mohnsen coached standout defensive ends Steve Means and Trevor Scott, and linebacker Ramon Guzman during his time at Buffalo. Means was named to Phil Steele’s All-Freshman FirstTeam, Scott was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in 2008 and Guzman signed as a free agent with the Indianapolis Colts in 2006. Mohnsen was defensive coordinator at Northwest Oklahoma State in 2004, where his defense ranked second nationally in total defense and pass defense, third in rushing defense and fifth in scoring defense. Mohnsen spent 12 years at Nebraska (1992-2003), serving as director of the Cornhuskers video scouting department.

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TIM MCGUIRE OFFENSIVE COORDINATOR

Mohnsen inherits a Redhawk defense which allowed just 21.5 points per game last season, fewest in the Ohio Valley Conference. In addition, Southeast led the league in interceptions (20) and turnover margin (+13), while ranking 12th in the nation in turnovers gained (29). A former letterman for the Husker football team, Mohnsen graduated from Nebraska with a degree in secondary education in 1991. During Mohnsen’s collegiate career, he has been part of three National Championships (1994, 1995, 1997) and 13 Conference titles. In addition, Mohnsen was teammates with current Southeast offensive line coach Brian Boerboom at Nebraska. Mohnsen and his wife, Kerri, have a daughter, Madison Shea.

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL JOEL BEARD WIDE RECEIVERS

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oel Beard will enter his first season as the wide receivers coach at Southeast. Beard spent the last year as head coach at Minnesota State University Moorhead. He was named to that position after serving as the Dragons offensive coordinator for three seasons and interim head coach for the final five games of the 2009 campaign. A participant of the 2006 NCAA Football Coaches Academy, Beard was appointed wide receivers coach at MSU Moorhead in March of 2007. He was promoted to offensive coordinator by the start of that season. Prior to MSU Moorhead, Beard spent six seasons coaching at the high school level. He began his coaching career as head coach at Southwestern High School in Hazel Green, Wis., for the 2000 and 2001 campaigns. While at SHS, Beard helped the program achieve single-game records for passing yards and individual total offense. Beard spent the 2002 season as wide receivers coach at his alma mater, UW-Stout. The following year, Beard coached the wide receivers at Franklin High School. After that, he spent three years as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks/ running backs coach at Nicolet High School. Beard was a two-sport athlete at UW-Platteville, where he lettered in football and basketball.

Sixth Season Nebraska, 1992

He lettered four years in basketball and was a member of two national championship teams coached by Bo Ryan (currently head coach at the University of Wisconsin). Beard established single-season passing records in attempts, completions and yards gained as a starting quarterback for the Pioneers his senior year. Beard obtained a degree in psychology from UW-Stout. He and his wife, Sara, have a daughter, Nyha.

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rian Boerboom begins his sixth year as the offensive line coach at Southeast Missouri. Boerboom’s offensive line produced four First-Team All-Ohio Valley Conference picks in 2010. As a result, Southeast became only the second team in OVC history and first since 1956 to garner four First-Team offensive line selections. In addition, Boerboom coached two All-Americans (Frank Knights, Sean Middleton) and the Football Championship Subdivision Rimington Award-Winner (Middleton) last season. Boerboom’s offensive line paved the way for the nation’s No. 3 rushing offense in 2010. The Redhawks averaged 265.1 yards per game. The offensive line also led the nation in fewest sacks allowed, giving up just six in 12 games. Originally from Colorado Springs, Colo., Boerboom joined the Southeast program from Great Bridge High School in Chesapeake, Va., where he was head coach since 2003. His teams led the district in passing yards every one of his years as a head coach. He 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

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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 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. He and his wife, Stacy, are raising seven children, Zach, Amber, Jake, Sarah, Jared, Mary and Nathan.


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL CHRIS NORRIS RUNNING BACKS/SPECIAL TEAMS

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ustin Kramer is in his sixth year as an assistant coach at Southeast. He coaches the tight ends and offensive tackles, and serves as the Redhawks recruiting coordinator. Kramer coached one First-Team All-Ohio Valley Conference tackle in 2010. Evan Conrad, who is rated among the Sports Network’s Top-10 Football Championship Subdivision players at his position this year, was the only non-senior offensive lineman to earn FirstTeam All-Conference honors for the Redhawks a year ago. Conrad is a Preseason All-OVC pick entering the 2011 campaign. Kramer’s offensive line paved the way for the nation’s No. 3 rushing offense in 2010. The Redhawks averaged 265.1 yards per game. The offensive line also led the nation in fewest sacks allowed, giving up just six in 12 games. As the team’s recruiting coordinator, Kramer had a big hand in assembling this year’s 25-member class which rates as the secondlargest under head coach Tony Samuel. Kramer initially joined the Southeast coaching staff as a graduate assistant in 2006, where he worked with the defensive line. He also served as the team’s director of football operations for a year and a half. A native of Liberty, Mo., Kramer played four years on the offensive line at Southern Illinois Univer-

Sixth Season Nebraska-Omaha, 1999

sity. He was part of a remarkable turnaround at SIU, which saw the Salukis win three-straight conference titles and make the NCAA Playoffs on three occasions. As a prep, Kramer played at Liberty High School, where he was named Second-Team AllState and First-Team All-Metro as a senior. Kramer started three years at left tackle and was an AllConference 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 which won the 2002 State Championship. Kramer received a bachelor’s degree in mass communication from SIU in 2005. His father, Brian, played college football at the University of Nebraska.

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hris Norris enters his sixth year as the running backs and special teams coach at Southeast. Norris coached his first Ohio Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Year and First-Team All-American at running back when Henry Harris shattered numerous school records in 2010. Harris, who finished fifth in the overall voting for the Walter Payton Award, became Southeast’s all-time single-season leader in rushing yards, all-purpose yardage, points scored, total touchdowns and rushing touchdowns. Prior to that, a punter had earned All-American honors in four of Norris’ first five years at Southeast. Norris joined the Redhawks staff 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

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JUSTIN KRAMER OT/TE/RECRUITING COORD.

his alma mater, Papillion-La Vista High School from 1997-99. Norris played four years 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 career. Nebraska also owned a 26-game winning streak in that span. Norris earned a bachelor’s degree from Nebraska-Omaha in 1999. He and his wife, Tracee, have a daughter, Breeze, and reside in Jackson.

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NICK STAUFFER SAFETIES

Second Season Southeast Missouri, 2009

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alim Powell begins his first year as the defensive and special teams assistant at Southeast. Powell joined the staff as Director of Football Operations last year. A native of Willingboro, N.J., Powell played cornerback for the Redhawks from 2006-09 and was a starter at his position the final three years of his career. Powell registered 98 tackles and two interceptions in 44 games and 33 starts at Southeast. He will assist a Redhawk defense which led the Ohio Valley Conference in scoring defense (21.5 ppg allowed), interceptions (20) and turnover margin (+13) a year ago. Southeast also ranked second in the league in total defense (317.1 ypg allowed), pass defense (164.8 ypg allowed) and pass defense efficiency (105.0 rating) that year. The Redhawks ranked fifth in the nation in turnover margin and 12th nationally in turnovers gained (29), as well. Additionally, Southeast’s defense produced four All-OVC players last season. First-Team AllOVC and Second-Team All-American Tylor Brock returns from that group in 2011. Brock is a Preseason All-Conference pick. Powell was teammates with Marvin Anderson at both Southeast and Willingboro High School, and now they work together on the Redhawks coaching

Third Season Southeast Missouri, 2008

staff. As a prep, Powell was an All-Conference and All-County defensive back, who landed a spot on the Super 100 All-State team. Powell received a bachelor’s degree in sport management from Southeast during the spring of 2010.

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ick Stauffer enters his first year as the safeties coach at Southeast. Stauffer worked as the Redhawks Director of Football Operations before moving to his on-field coaching position. A native of Mansfield, Texas, Stauffer remained in the area following a stellar playing career as a linebacker at Southeast. Stauffer was a First-Team AllOhio Valley Conference selection after setting a single-season school record and ranking fourth in the nation with 150 tackles in 2008. In an upset victory over nationally-ranked Tennessee State on Oct. 25, 2008, Stauffer had a career-high 21 tackles and added his first career interception in an overtime victory. Stauffer finished his Southeast career with a total of 208 tackles, 15 tackles for loss, 3.5 sacks, three fumble recoveries, three forced fumbles and one interception. He will help coach a secondary which is coming off a big year in 2010. The Redhawks led the OVC and ranked fourth in the nation with 20 interceptions, three of which were returned for touchdowns. Tylor Brock earned FirstTeam All-OVC honors and Second-Team All-American accolades after tying Southeast’s single-season record with six interceptions at free safety last season. Brock was rated among the Sports Network’s Top-10 Football Championship

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Subdivision defensive backs and was named a First-Team Consensus Draft Services All-American this preseason. He garnered Preseason All-OVC honors, as well. Stauffer will also be working with fifth-year senior free safety Bryan Blanfort. Blanfort returns after missing the 2010 season with a knee injury. A native of Mansfield, Texas, Stauffer graduated with a bachelor’s degree in secondary physical education from Southeast in 2008.


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL TYLER HENNES GRADUATE ASSISTANT

First Season Central Washington, 1999

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randon “Cherokee” Valeria is in his first season as the defensive backs coach, primarily working with the corners at Southeast. Valeria was hired in March and was with the team during spring drills. A native of Hilo, Hawai’i, Valeria comes to Cape Girardeau after spending the last year as Director of Football Operations at Cal Poly. Prior to working at Cal Poly, Valeria spent three seasons as cornerbacks coach at Idaho State. He coached D.J. Clark of the Carolina Panthers during his time with the Bengals football program. Clark also earned All-Big Sky honors every year under Valeria’s tutelage, and ranked third all-time at ISU in career interceptions. Valeria was also the cornerbacks coach for two years at Central Washington, his alma mater. Valeria had a player rank among the nation’s Top-30 in interceptions in four of the last five years dating back to his time at Central Washington. In 2005, the Wildcats won the Great Northwest Athletic Conference title after going 8-2 overall and undefeated in league play. Central Washington’s defense ranked 11th nationally with both of Valeria’s corners earning First-Team AllConference honors that year. As a player, Valeria was a wide receiver at Central

First Season Emporia State, 2006

Washington from 1993-97, and helped lead the Wildcats to the 1995 NAIA National Championship. He graduated with a degree in biology in 1999 and was later inducted into the Central Washington Hall of Fame with the 1995 team in 2006. Valeria has also coached in minor league professional football, in the high school ranks and with the Everett Hawks of the National Indoor Football League. He was named the 2004 Northwest Region Assistant Coach of the Year by Minor League Football News after helping lead the West Sound Saints to the NWFL title game. Valeria has a son, Ayosgi Uwasa (which means “Last Warrior” in Cherokee), and a daughter, T’Kia Li (which means “Message from God”).

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yler Hennes will coach the quarterbacks in his first year as a graduate assistant at Southeast. A native of Mulvane, Kan., Hennes graduated with a bachelor’s degree in social sciences from Emporia State in 2006. Hennes played two years at Independence Junior College (2003-04) and later returned there to coach the wide receivers. After that, Hennes coached the running backs for two years at Delta State (2008-09). Hennes will help mentor

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CHEROKEE VALERIA DEFENSIVE BACKS

Preseason All-Ohio Valley Conference quarterback Matt Scheible. Scheible returns for his third year as the Redhawks starting QB. He completed 109-of-182 passes for 1,246 yards and eight touchdowns in 12 starts last season. Scheible also finished as Southeast’s second-leading rusher with 887 yards and seven touchdowns on 169 carries. Some preseason publications projected Scheible to be the 2011 OVC Offensive Player of the Year.

MARVIN ANDERSON FOOTBALL OPERATIONS First Season Southeast Missouri, 2009

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arvin Anderson is in his first year as director of football operations. Anderson’s responsibilities include all day-to-day operations, coordinating team travel and meal planning. A native of Willingboro, N.J., Anderson played four years as a linebacker at Southeast from 2006-09. He registered 97 tackles, 7.5 tackles for loss, two sacks and one interception during his playing career.

Anderson was teammates with Salim Powell at both Willingboro High School and Southeast Missouri, and now they work together on the Redhawks coaching staff. Anderson received his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Southeast.

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Tony Samuel

DID YOU KNOW...

Tony Samuel received 31 of the possible 130 first-place votes for the 2010 Eddie Robinson Award? Samuel accumulated 269 points in the overall voting by sports information directors, media and other dignitaries. OVC Champions • 2010

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PLAYER PROFILES


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL CHANTAE AHAMEFULE WIDE RECEIVER 6-6 • 215 • Sr. (5) Jersey City, N.J. James J. Ferris H.S.

OLA ALLI WIDE RECEIVER

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Made 16-consecutive starts at wide receiver and has caught a pass in six-straight games. 42010: Started all 12 games...Led the team in receptions (26), receiving yards (357) and receiving yards per game (29.8)...Matched a career-high seven receptions in the Redhawks win over then-ranked No. 5 Southern Illinois (9/18)...Also had a season-high 97 receiving yards in that game... Hauled in his only touchdown reception on a 51-yard pass vs. Eastern Kentucky (10/23)...Went over 1,000 career receiving yards at Jacksonville State (11/13). 42009: Started 10 of 11 games at wide receiver...Made 28 catches for 365 yards and three touchdowns...Ranked second on the team in all of those categories...Averaged 13 yards per catch and 33.2 receiving yards per game...Had three receptions for a career-high 150 yards and two touchdowns against Murray State (11/14)...Scored one of his touchdowns against the Racers on a 75-yard reception, the team’s longest passing play of the season...Made five catches of 20 or more yards...Caught at least one pass in every game he played...Finished with a career-high seven receptions at UT Martin (9/26)...Led the Redhawks with 281 receiving yards in OVC play. 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...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. 4Prep: 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 October 25, 1989...Majoring 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.

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CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Receiving G GS 2007 Redshirted - 2008 11 3 2009 11 10 2010 12 12 TOTALS 34 25

Rec - 22 28 26 76

Yds - 326 365 357 1048

TD - 2 3 1 6

Lg - 34 75 51 75

6-2 • 195 • Jr. (4) St. Louis, Mo. Hazelwood Central H.S.

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G - - - 2.0 14.8 29.6 2.5 13.0 33.2 2.2 13.7 29.8 2.2 13.8 30.8

42010: Saw action in six games, mainly on special teams...Recorded one tackle at Jacksonville State (11/13). 42009: Played in three games and started one...Made first career start against Jacksonville State (11/7). 42008: Redshirted. 4Prep: 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...Majoring 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. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Receiving G GS 2008 Redshirted - 2009 3 1 2010 6 0 TOTALS 9 1

Rec - 0 0 0

Yds - 0 0 0

TD - 0 0 0

Lg - 0 0 0

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

KWEKU ARKORFUL CORNERBACK 5-11 • 180 • Sr. (5) Dolton, Ill. Thornridge H.S. Rock Valley College

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42010: Played in 11 games...Had 19 tackles, including a season-high 10 at Jacksonville State (11/13)...Added one interception and two forced fumbles...Posted first career interception vs. Eastern Kentucky (10/23). 4Rockford Valley College: Played two years at Rock Valley College in Rockford, Ill. 4Murray State: Was a walk-on at Ohio Valley Conference rival Murray State in 2007...Appeared in the Racers season-opener against Louisville before missing the rest of the year due to injury. 4Prep: Earned All-Conference and Second-Team All-Area honors en route to helping lead Thornridge High School to a 10-3 record and state quarterfinal appearance...Finished his senior season with 56 tackles and six interceptions. 4Personal: Born June 14, 1989...Majoring in Sport Management...Son of Kweku and Cheryl Arkorful. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Defense 2010

G GS UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 11 0 12 7 19 1.0 1 0 0 1-18 1 2 0

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83 Chantae Ahamefule

DID YOU KNOW...

Chantae Ahamefule is the tallest wide receiver on the team and goes by the nickname, “Manny?”


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL MATT BELL WIDE RECEIVER

MATT BLAISE WIDE RECEIVER

6-1 • 175 • So. (3) St. Louis, Mo. Mary Institute and Country Day H.S.

6-4 • 200 • So. (3) Carbondale, Ill. Carbondale H.S. Missouri Baptist

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42010: Played in eight games, primarily on special teams...Made his first career catch vs. Tennessee State (10/9)...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 42009: Redshirted. 4Prep: Two-time First-Team All-Conference performer at Mary Institute and Country Day School...St. Louis American Newspaper AllAmerican...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. 4Personal: Born October 9, 1990...Majoring 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.

42010: Redshirted as a walk-on...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 4Missouri Baptist College: Competed in multi-events on the track & field team in 2009. 4Prep: Attended Carbondale High School, where he was a three-sport athlete competing in football, basketball and track and field...Was part of a 4x400 relay team that finished fifth in the state his senior year. 4Personal: Born September 24, 1990...Majoring in Secondary Education...Son of James and Kim Blaise.

BRYAN BLANFORT FREE SAFETY 6-1 • 190 • Sr. (5) Miami, Fla. Hialeah H.S.

CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Receiving G GS 2009 Redshirted - 2010 8 0 TOTALS 8 0

Rec - 1 1

Yds - -2 -2

TD - 0 0

Lg - 0 0

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G - - 0.1 -2.0 -0.2 0.1 -2.0 -0.2

ARMIN BLAGAJCEVIC GUARD

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6-3 • 290 • Sr. (4) St. Louis, Mo. Affton H.S.

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42010: Played in three games...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 42009: Played in five games...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 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. 4Prep: Two-time unanimous All-Conference offensive lineman at Affton High School...Earned All-Metro honors. 4Personal: Born December 5, 1989...Majoring in Business Administration...Enjoys playing the guitar and powerlifting.

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42010: Received a medical redshirt after missing the entire season with a knee injury. 42009: Started all 11 games...Ranked second on the team with 79 tackles...Recorded a team-high 42 solo stops...Finished second on the team with two interceptions...Returned one of his picks 69 yards for a touchdown against Austin Peay (10/10)...Registered double-digit tackles in three-straight games from Sept. 26-Oct. 10...Made a career-high 14 tackles at UT Martin (9/26)...Named OVC Defensive Player of the Week on Sept. 27...Broke up three passes, forced two fumbles and had 1.5 tackles for loss...Posted 10 tackles at Tennessee State (10/3) and vs. Austin Peay (10/10). 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 season-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).

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CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Defense G GS 2007 10 0 2008 12 8 2009 11 11 2010 Redshirted TOTALS 33 19

UA 15 20 42 - 77

A 8 34 37 - 79

Total 23 54 79 - 156

TFL 0.5 3.5 1.5 - 5.5

Yds SACK Yds INT PD 1 0 0 0-0 0 7 0.5 3 3-31 7 5 0 0 2-69 5 - - - - - 13 0.5 3 5-100 12

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4Prep: 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...Majoring 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. FF FR 0 0 0 0 2 0 - 2 0

DARRICK BORUM LINEBACKER 6-2 • 210 • Jr. (4) Marion, Ill. Marion H.S.

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42010: Started 11 of 12 games at linebacker...Led the team and tied for fifth in the OVC with four sacks for a loss of 30 yards...Had a team-high three fumble recoveries and tied for first in the league in that category... Recorded 48 tackles, including 23 solo stops...Ranked second on the team in tackles for loss (7.5 for a loss of 38 yards)...Returned two interceptions for 37 yards and forced two fumbles...Turned in a season-high 10 tackles, had three tackles for loss, two sacks, an interception and a fumble recovery at Eastern Illinois (10/2)...Had a big game at Southern Illinois (9/18), notching two tackles for loss, one sack, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery...Named OVC Defensive Player of the Week (10/3) and College Sporting News FCS National All-Star of the Week (10/4)...Was an honorable mention FCS College Football Performance Award honoree on Oct. 4. 42009: Played in three games...Was injured in the first game of the season against Quincy (9/3)...Missed the next eight contests before returning to play in the final two games of the season vs. Murray State (11/14) and Southern Illinois (11/21)...Had two tackles and recovered a fumble. 42008: Redshirted as a walk-on...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 4Prep: 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...Majoring in Business Administration...Son of Kevin and Michelle Borum...Favorite professional athlete is Michael Jordan. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Defense G GS 2008 Redshirted 2009 3 0 2010 12 11 TOTALS 15 11

UA - 1 23 24

A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT - - - - - - - 1 2 0 0 0 0 0-0 25 48 7.5 38 4.0 30 2-37 26 50 7.5 38 4.0 30 2-37

PD - 0 5 5

FF FR - 0 1 2 3 2 4

COURTNEY BRAME DEFENSIVE END 6-0 • 220 • Sr. (5) St. Louis, Mo. Hazelwood Central H.S.

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42010: Saw action in all 12 games...Posted eight tackles and one tackle for loss...Recorded one tackle in his only career start at Ball State (9/2)... Added a season-high three tackles vs. UT Martin (10/30)...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 42009: Played in five games...Posted five tackles...Had one solo stop and assisted on four others...Registered a career-high three tackles in the Redhawks season-opener vs. Quincy (9/3). 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. 4Prep: 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...Majoring in Mass Communication...Son of Carmellia Jackson and Courtney Brame...Enjoys playing pool and video games... Favorite musical artist is J.R. Writer. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Defense G GS 2007 Redshirted 2008 6 0 2009 5 0 2010 12 1 TOTALS 23 1

UA - 0 1 3 4

A Total TFL - - - 1 1 0 4 5 0 5 8 1.0 10 14 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 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

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Tylor Brock tied Southeast’s single-season record in interceptions (6), earned First-Team All-OVC honors and was named to two different All-America Teams in 2010? OVC Champions • 2010


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6-3 • 195 • Jr. (3) St. Louis, Mo. Parkway North H.S.

JAREN BUTLER CORNERBACK

CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI A 6 23 29

5-8 • 175 • Sr. (4) Pittsburgh, Calif. Deer Valley Los Medanos JC

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Preseason All-OVC...Rated among the Sports Network's FCS Preseason Top10 defensive backs. 42010: Second-Team selection on both the Phil Steele and Sports Network All-America Teams...First-Team All-OVC...Ranked sixth on the team with 56 tackles, including 33 solo stops...Started all 12 games at free safety...Led the OVC and tied for 16th in the nation with six interceptions...Led the conference with 174 interception return yards...His six interceptions tied the school's single-season record...Also had three pass breakups...Returned two of his picks for touchdowns...Returned an interception 48 yards for a touchdown to help secure Southeast's win at Eastern Illinois (10/2)...Scored on a season-long 67-yard interception return at Austin Peay (10/16). 42009: Played in 10 games...Made 11 tackles, including five solo stops...Had a season-high four tackles at Cincinnati (9/12)...Recovered a blocked punt in the end zone during the season-opener vs. Quincy (9/3). 4Prep: 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. 4Personal: Born February 15, 1991...Son of Michael and Melinda Brock... Sister, Alyssa, competes for the Arkansas State track and field team...Majoring in Pre-Architecture...Aspires to become an architectural engineer. Defense G GS UA 2009 10 0 5 2010 12 12 33 TOTALS 22 12 38

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TYLOR BROCK FREE SAFETY

Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD 11 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 56 0.5 1 0 0 6-174 9 67 0.5 1 0 0 6-174 9

FF FR 0 0 0 0 0 0

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42010: Registered two tackles in four games. 4Los Medanos JC: Two-time Golden Gate All-Conference selection... Earned his team's Defensive Player of the Year award as a sophomore... Team Captain as a freshman. 4Prep: All-Conference pick and Defensive Player of the Year at Deer Valley High School...Registered 51 tackles and averaged 6.4 per game as a senior...Had two passes defended...Notched a season-high 11 tackles vs. Ygnacio Valley High School. 4Personal: Born November 1, 1989...Majoring in Sports Medicine... Son of Shadera George and Jared Butler. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Defense 2010

G GS UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 4 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

RENARD CELESTIN RUNNING BACK 5-11 • 190 • Jr. (4) Springfield, Ill. Springfield H.S.

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42010: Played in all 12 games, primarily on special teams...Rushed for 15 yards on four carries, averaging 3.8 yards per attempt...Had all of his rushing yards vs. Southwest Baptist (11/6). 42009: Saw action in 10 games...Ran the ball 10 times for 84 yards and one touchdown, averaging 8.4 yards per carry...Scored his first career touchdown on a 31-yard run in the third quarter against Quincy (9/3)... Rushed for a season-high 70 yards on eight attempts vs. the Hawks... Moved to wide receiver midway through the season. 4Personal: Born April 26, 1990...Son of Rita Roach and Ramil Celestin...Majoring in General Studies...Favorite professional athlete is Adrian Peterson. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Rushing G GS Att Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G 2009 10 0 10 84 1 31 8.4 8.4 2010 12 0 4 15 0 7 3.8 1.2 TOTALS 22 0 14 99 1 31 7.1 4.5

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL JOSH COLEMAN WIDE RECEIVER 5-9 • 180 • Sr. (5) St. Louis, Mo. Riverview Gardens H.S.

EVAN CONRAD OFFENSIVE TACKLE

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42010: Played in 10 games...Returned five kickoffs for 90 yards, averaging 18 yards per return...Ran back a season-high three kicks for 51 yards at Ball State (9/2)...Returned two kickoffs and a punt in Southeast's firstever NCAA Playoff game at Eastern Washington (12/4). 4Prep: All-Conference as wide receiver and honorable mention All-Conference as a punter and defensive back at Riverview Gardens High School. 4Personal: Born July 15, 1988...Majoring in Political Science/General Studies...Son of Niketia Coleman. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Returns 2010

G GS KR Yds Avg TD Lg PR Yds Avg TD Lg 10 0 5 90 18.0 0 26 1 0 0.0 0 0

RON COLEMAN FULLBACK 5-11 • 250 • Fr. (2) Omaha, Neb. North H.S.

KRIS COTTNER CORNERBACK/SAFETY 5-10 • 180 • Sr. (4) Perryville, Mo. Perryville H.S.

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42010: Saw action in all 12 games...Was in on eight tackles and had five solo stops...Returned seven kickoffs for 137 yards, averaging 19.6 yards per return...Posted a season-high 51 kick return yards and had a season-long 31-yard kickoff return vs. Eastern Kentucky (10/23)... Ranked second on the team in kick returns and kick return yards... Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 42009: Played in all 11 games...Assisted on three tackles...Returned three kickoffs for 60 yards, averaging 20 yards per return...Had a careerlong 28-yard kick return at Cincinnati (9/12)...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 42008: Had one tackle in three games before suffering a season-ending knee injury...Later received a medical redshirt...Named to the Dean’s List...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 4Prep: 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 region (22.5 seconds) and was a member

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Preseason All-OVC...Rated among the Sports Network’s FCS Preseason Top10 offensive linemen. 42010: Only Southeast non-senior offensive lineman to garner FirstTeam All-OVC honors...Made 12 starts at left tackle...Anchored the line of the No. 3 rushing offense in the FCS...Allowed only two sacks at his left tackle spot...Graded out over 91 percent with 77 knockdowns. 42009: Played in all 11 games and started the last nine of the season... Started four games at left tackle and five games at right tackle...Helped lead a Redhawk offensive line which allowed just 14 sacks on the year, second-fewest in the OVC. 4Prep: 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. 4Personal: Born February 17, 1991...Son of Robert and Tracey Conrad ...Majoring in Physical Education.

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42010: Redshirted. 4Prep: Played fullback and linebacker at North High School...FirstTeam All-State at linebacker...Super-State running back in 2009... Recorded 67 tackles, three sacks and 10 tackles for loss, and ran for over 800 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior...Rushed for 338 yards and eight touchdowns on 65 carries during his junior season...Caught two passes for 16 yards and made 58 tackles that year, as well...Three-time State Champion wrestler...Rated as high as the No. 2 wrestling prospect in the state by numerous publications. 4Personal: Born July 2, 1992...Majoring in Social Psychology...Son of Ronald and Denissca Coleman.

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6-3 • 305 • Jr. (3) Columbia, Mo. Hickman H.S.

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74 Evan Conrad

DID YOU KNOW...

Evan Conrad was the only Southeast Missouri non-senior offensive lineman to earn First-Team All-Ohio Valley Conference honors in 2010?


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73 Chris Duggins

Chris Duggins played in the 2009 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) National Championship game as a sophomore at Fort S Scott Community College? OVC Champions • 2010


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL 4Personal:: Born August 17, 1989...Majoring in General Studies...Son of Franklin Davis and Francisca Duhaney...Was born in Panama and lived in Queens, N.Y. before moving to Clermont.

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Defense 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS Returns 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 3 11 12 26 G 3 11 12 26

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 0 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 5 3 8 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 6 6 12 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 GS KR Yds Avg TD Lg PR Yds Avg TD Lg 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 3 60 20.0 0 28 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 7 137 19.6 0 31 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 10 197 19.7 0 31 0 0 0.0 0 0

MIKE CYLIAX TIGHT END 6-1 • 200 • Fr. (2) St. Louis, Mo. Oakville H.S.

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42010: Redshirted as a walk-on...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 4Prep: Played tight end and defensive end at Oakville High School... Earned Second-Team Class 6 All-State honors his senior year...Scored the only touchdown on a 5-yard reception with 26 seconds left in Oakville’s quarterfinal loss to Hazelwood Central...Caught 19 passes for 253 yards and four touchdowns as a junior...Recorded 27 tackles and one sack on defense. 4Personal: Born March 17, 1992...Majoring in Business...Son of Mark and Marybeth Cyliax.

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G GS UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 12 0 9 8 17 1.0 3 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

SPENCER DAVIS RETURN SPECIALIST/WR 5-8 • 175 • Fr. (2) Florissant, Mo. Hazelwood Central H.S.

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42010: Saw action in 12 games...Registered 17 tackles, including nine solo stops...Had a season-high five tackles at Murray State (9/11)... Recorded one tackle for a loss of three yards at Jacksonville State (11/13). 4Central Florida: Redshirted and practiced on the scout team in 2009. 4Prep: Played for Coach Bud O’Hara at East Ridge High School... An honorable mention All-State selection as a junior and was selected to play in the Central Florida All-Star Game...Helped East Ridge to District Championships in 2005 and 2008...Recorded 75 tackles, including two sacks and 16 tackles for loss...Forced seven fumbles...Named First-Team All-Central Florida as a senior and Third-Team as a junior... Received All-County recognition in 2007 and 2008...Made 53 tackles with 15 TFLs, two sacks and three forced fumbles.

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42010: Redshirted after suffering a season-ending knee injury... Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 4Prep: Multi-position athlete, who was part of two state championship teams at Hazelwood Central High School...Ran the ball eight times for 120 yards, averaging 15 yards per carry as a senior...Caught seven passes for 151 yards...Registered 37 tackles, one interception and recovered a fumble...Scored a total of 12 touchdowns, including eight on punt returns...Returned eight kickoffs for 313 yards with an average of 39.1 yards per return...Ran back 25 punts for 459 yards, gaining 18.3 yards per return...His 76-yard punt return for a touchdown against Blue Springs was the longest in a state championship game...Also a member of the track team, where he ran a 10.6 in the 100m dash en route to finishing third in the state as a junior...Placed second in the state as a member of the 4x100m relay team...Earned All-State honors. 4Personal: Born June 30, 1992...Majoring in Business Management and Sport Management...Son of Oscar and Jackie Davis.

CHRIS DUGGINS GUARD/CENTER

FRANKIE DAVIS DEFENSIVE TACKLE 6-1 • 290 • So. (3) Clermont, Fla. East Ridge H.S. Central Florida

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of the 4x400 relay team that placed eighth at the state meet. 4Personal: Born April 16, 1989...Majoring in General Studies...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”.

6-2 • 310 • Sr. (4) Pleasanton, Kan. Pleasanton H.S. Fort Scott CC

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42010: Played in 11 games as part of a Southeast offensive line which led the nation in fewest sacks allowed (.50 per game). 4Fort Scott CC: Two-year starter at Fort Scott Community College... Played in the National Championship game vs. Blinn (Texas) in 2009... Garnered First-Team All-Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference honors in 2009...Named KJCCC All-Academic...Also earned All-Region VI accolades. 4Prep: Played football and was a member of the track and field team at Pleasanton High School...Qualified for the Class 2A State Track and Field Championships in the shot put and discus...Named honorable mention All-State as a junior...Garnered First-Team All-State honors on offense and defense as a senior...Played in the Kansas Shrine Bowl. 4Personal: Born September 28, 1989...Majoring in Sport Management...Son of Steve and Marilyn Duggins.

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BRIAN FERCHO LINEBACKER 6-1 • 220 • Jr. (4) St. Louis, Mo. Lafayette H.S. Henderson State

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42010: Saw action in nine contests...Recorded his first career tackle at Austin Peay (10/16). 4Henderson State: Redshirted in 2008. 4Prep: Named Second-Team All-Suburban West Conference as a punter and linebacker at Lafayette High School in 2007...Threw the shot put and discus for the track and field team. 4Personal: Born August 6, 1989...Majoring in Corporate Communications...Son of Brad and Holly Fercho. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Defense 2010

6-5 • 270 • Jr. (4) Peoria, Ariz. Mountain Ridge H.S.

42010: Saw action in 12 games as Southeast's long snapper...Recovered a fumble at Austin Peay (10/16). 42009: Played in all 11 games as the Redhawks long snapper...Made three tackles, including one at Tennessee Tech (10/24), one at Eastern Kentucky (10/31) and one vs. Southern Illinois (11/21). 4Prep: Attended Mountain Ridge High School...Snapped to current UCLA punter Jeff Locke during his prep career. 4Personal: Born July 19, 1989...Son of Doug and Kristi Gabbard... Majoring in General Studies...Worked as an official at a race track.

DREW GELDBACH KICKER

G GS UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 9 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

D.J. FOSTER WIDE RECEIVER 6-4 • 185 • So. (3) Joliet, Ill. Joliet West H.S.

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42010: Played in nine games and started one...Caught three passes for 30 yards and a touchdown...Made his first career touchdown reception on a 19-yard pass play which gave Southeast a 21-19 lead early in the fourth quarter at Jacksonville State (11/13)...Finished with a season-high two catches for 25 yards against the Gamecocks...His only start was in Southeast's first-ever NCAA Playoff game at Eastern Washington (12/4). 42009: Redshirted. 4Prep: 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. 4Personal: Born June 17, 1991...Majoring in Pre-Med...Son of Derrick and Tracy Foster...Favorite NFL player is Larry Fitzgerald...Favorite musical artist is Lil’ Wayne.

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CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Receiving G GS 2009 Redshirted - 2010 9 1 TOTALS 9 1

Rec - 3 3

Yds - 30 30

TD - 1 1

Lg - 19 19

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G - - 0.3 10.0 3.3 0.3 10.0 3.3

6-0 • 205 • Jr. (4) Wildwood, Mo. Eureka H.S. Missouri

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42010: Handled kickoff and placekicking duties...Placed himself among Southeast’s all-time single-season leaders in field goals and PATs...Made 12-of-17 field goals and 33-of-38 PATs...Ranked second on the team in scoring with 69 points...Made five field goals of 40 or more yards...Made a 53-yard field goal on the first attempt of his career at Ball State (9/2)...Scored a season-high 12 points on a perfect 3-of-3 field goals and 3-of-3 extra points at Murray State (9/11)...Made ninestraight PATs and five-consecutive field goals to start the year...Handled kickoff duties with 64 kicks covering 3,600 yards for an average of 56.2 yards per kick. 42009: Redshirted. 42008: Attended Missouri, but did not play football. 4Prep: Second-Team All-State kicker at Eureka High School...Earned First-Team All-Conference and All-Metro honors as a kicker...SecondTeam 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. 4Personal: Born July 3, 1989...Majoring in Business Administration... Son of Larry and Patricia Geldbach. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FG/PATs 2010 Kickoffs 2010

G GS FG FGA Lg Pct. XP XPA Pct. 12 0 12 17 53 70.6 33 38 86.8 G GS No. Yds Avg TB 12 0 64 3600 56.2 3

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80 D.J. Foster

DID YOU KNOW...

D.J. Foster’s first career touchdown reception gave Southeast a 21-19 edge with 10:46 remaining in the fourth quarter during the 2010 Ohio Valley Conference title game at Jacksonville State?


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51 Steve Hendry

Steve Hendry’s first career interception came on the opening play of the Eastern Kentucky game last season? Southeast had a season-high four interceptions against the Colonels. OVC Champions • 2010


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6-3 • 205 • So. (3) Bonne Terre, Mo. North County H.S.

STEVE HENDRY DEFENSIVE TACKLE 6-3 • 225 • Sr. (5) Manchester, Mo. Parkway West H.S.

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42010: Did not see action...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 42009: Redshirted...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 4Prep: 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 an 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. 4Personal: Born February 25, 1991...Majoring 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...Is also a member of the Southeast baseball team.

DEREK GOHN LONG SNAPPER/LINEBACKER 6-0 • 215 • So. (3) St. Louis, Mo. Christian Brothers H.S.

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DEREK GIBSON QUARTERBACK

42010: Started 11 games at left defensive end...Recorded 18 tackles... Ranked second on the team with three sacks for a loss of 25 yards... Broke up two passes...Intercepted a pass on the first play from scrimmage vs. Eastern Kentucky (10/23)...Posted a season-high five tackles at Jacksonville State (11/13). 42009: Played in four games...Made five tackles...Registered a careerhigh four tackles vs. Quincy (9/3). 42008: Did not see any action. 42007: Redshirted as a walk-on. 4Prep: 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 AllState honors in the shot put and discus. 4Personal: Born October 11, 1988...Majoring in Sport Management...Son of Scott and Janet Hendry...Member of Southeast’s track and field team. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Defense G GS 2009 4 0 2010 12 11 TOTALS 16 11

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42010: Did not play. 42009: Did not see game action. 4Prep: Second-Team All-Conference linebacker at Christian Brothers College High School...Honorable Mention All-Metro selection...Also a member of the basketball and wrestling teams. 4Personal: Born May 10, 1990...Majoring in Physical Education... Son of Michael Gohn and Tammy Stockman...His father was an AllAmerican defensive end at Southeast in 1979 and was inducted into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007...His mother is also a Southeast graduate...Favorite NFL player is Brian Urlacher.

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A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 4 5 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 13 18 3.0 25 3.0 25 1-0 2 0 0 17 23 3.0 25 3.0 25 1-0 2 0 0

CORY HOLMES CORNERBACK 5-9 • 175 • Sr. (5) St. Louis, Mo. Gateway Tech H.S.

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42010: Played in 12 games...Registered three tackles, including a season-high two at Jacksonville State (11/13). 42009: Did not play football. 42008: Saw limited action in two games...Made career debut at thenNo. 6 Missouri (9/6)...Played on special teams vs. No. 19 Tennessee State (10/25). 42007: Redshirted after joining the team as a walk-on. 4Prep: Played cornerback at Gateway Tech High School...Teammate of former Southeast running back Sterling Hardin...Coached by Melvin Walls...State qualifier in the 4x100m in track and field. 4Personal: Born December 29, 1988...Son of Tracy Holmes...Majoring in Exercise Science. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Defense 2010

G GS UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 12 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL WYKY JEAN TIGHT END 6-1 • 220 • So. (3) Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Calvary Christian Academy

AARON KING WIDE RECEIVER

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42010: Did not see action. 42009: Redshirted...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 4Prep: Played tight end and defensive end at Calvary Christian Academy...Also played basketball...Leadership Award recipient. 4Personal: Born November 2, 1989...Son of Leonise Jean and Ernest Alfred...Majoring in General Studies.

WILLIAM JELKS CENTER 6-1 • 280 • Fr. (2) Paris, Tenn. Henry County H.S.

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42010: Redshirted as a walk-on...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 4Prep:Two-year starter at Henry County High School...Garnered AllDistrict honors. 4Personal: Born March 5, 1992...Majoring in Accounting...Son of Bill and Debbie Jelks.

NATHAN JONES DEFENSIVE TACKLE

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6-2 • 278 • So. (3) West Palm Beach, Fla. Suncoast H.S.

6-2 • 180 • Sr. (5) Union City, Mo. Union H.S. Lindenwood

42010: Played in 12 games...Hauled in three passes for 41 yards, averaging 13.7 yards per reception...Caught an 11-yard pass to set up Southeast’s first touchdown of the game at Austin Peay (10/16)...Made a season-long 22-yard reception at Jacksonville State (11/13). 42009: Played in nine games and made two starts...Made first career start at Tennessee Tech (10/24)...Caught two passes for 15 yards...Had a career-long 9-yard reception at Tennessee Tech (10/24)...Made a 6-yard reception vs. Southern Illinois (11/21). 42008: Redshirted. 42007 (Lindenwood University): Did not see action. 4Prep: Took First-Team All-State, All-Conference, All-District and AllArea 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...Coached by Brent Eckley...Also competed in basketball and track and field. 4Personal: Born September 1, 1988...Majoring 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. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Receiving 2009 2010 TOTALS

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42010: Did not see action. 42009: Redshirted. 4Prep: 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. 4Personal: Born April 4, 1991...Majoring in Criminal Justice...Son of Dawn Jones...His sister, Rachel, graduated from Central Florida and sister, Natalie, currently attends UCF...Enjoys fishing...Favorite musical artists are Luther Vandross and Beyonce.

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Rec 2 3 5

Yds 15 41 56

TD 0 0 0

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89 Aaron King

DID YOU KNOW...

Aaron King’s 11-yard reception set up a touchdown which ignited a 13-point second quarter at Austin Peay on Oct. 16, 2010?


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48 Philip Klaproth

Philip Klaproth has recorded at least one tackle in every game of his Southeast career? Klaproth also needs 20 more tackles to reach 200 in his career. OVC Champions • 2010


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PHILIP KLAPROTH LINEBACKER 6-1 • 225 • Sr. (4) Poplar Bluff, Mo. Poplar Bluff H.S.

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Played every game of his Southeast career and recorded at least one tackle in all 35 of those contests. 42010: Saw action in 12 games and made three starts at linebacker...Collected 38 tackles with 21 unassisted stops...Registered 2.5 tackles for a loss of seven yards and had one sack...Recorded a season-high eight tackles with six solo stops vs. Southwest Baptist (11/6)...Posted his only sack in Southeast's win at then-ranked No. 5 Southern Illinois (9/18). 42009: Played in all 11 games and started nine...Tied for third on the team with 66 tackles, including 28 solo stops...Had one tackle for loss...Returned an interception for 23 yards at Tennessee State (10/3)... Registered two pass breakups...Blocked a field goal at Eastern Kentucky (10/31)... Posted 10 or more tackles in three games...Finished with a career-high 14 tackles vs. Austin Peay (10/10). 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 four-straight games (10/1811/8)...Registered a season-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). 4Prep: 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...Majoring 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.

Philip Klaproth ZACH LEVY QUARTERBACK 6-2 • 178 • So. (3) St. Peters, Mo. Francis Howell Central H.S.

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42010: Did not see game action...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 42009: Redshirted...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 4Prep: Played quarterback and safety at Francis Howell Central High School...Two-year Academic All-Conference selection...Twice competed against his father, Darryl, who is a coach at Hazelwood West High School...Also played baseball. 4Personal: Born March 13, 1991...Son of Darryl and Karen Levy ... Majoring in Pre-Dentistry...Enjoys watching movies...Favorite professional athletes are LaDainian Tomlinson, Brian Dawkins and Bob Sanders.

CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Defense 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

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GS 10 9 3 22

UA A Total 30 46 76 28 38 66 21 17 38 79 101 180

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Yds SACK Yds INT PD 2 0 0 2-61 6 1 0 0 1-23 3 7 1.0 4 0-0 0 10 1.0 4 3-84 9

FF FR 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL JUSTIN LOVE DEFENSIVE END 6-4 • 205 • Jr. (3) St. Joseph, Mo. Central H.S.

DOMINIC MALDONADO OFFENSIVE TACKLE

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42010: Registered 42 tackles in 11 starts at right defensive end... Ranked fourth on the team in tackles for loss (4.0 for loss of 15 yards)... Ranked third on the team with two sacks for a loss of 10 yards...Also had five quarterback hurries, broke up one pass, forced a fumble and posted one fumble recovery...Recorded a season-high 10 tackles in his first start at Murray State (9/11)...Forced and recovered a fumble vs. Tennessee Tech (9/25). 42009: Played in all 11 contests and started the first seven games of the season at defensive end...Registered 30 tackles, 16 of which were solo stops...Ranked third on the team in tackles for loss (5.5)...Recorded one sack for a loss of eight yards...Also had one pass breakup and forced a fumble...Had a season-high six tackles (all solo) at Tennessee State (10/3)...Picked up his first career sack and forced a fumble vs. Murray State (11/14). 4Prep: 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. 4Personal: Born May 23, 1991...Majoring in General Studies...Son of Jacqueline Love and Anthony Jenkins. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI A 14 24 38

Total 30 42 72

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COLT MCCAULEY GUARD 6-1 • 255 • Jr. (3) Marlow, Okla. Marlow H.S.

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42010: Played in 12 games, primarily on special teams...Had one tackle at Jacksonville State (11/13). 42009: Saw action in six games...Registered four tackles, including a season-high three at Cincinnati (9/12). 4Prep: 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...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. 4Personal: Born October 22, 1990...Majoring in Education...Son of David and Tracey McCauley...Sister, Amanda, ran cross country at Soutwestern Oklahoma State.

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42010: Sat out the season due to injury. 42009: Played in eight games, making four starts at left tackle and one at right guard...Missed part of the season due to injury. 42008 (Arkansas): Redshirted as a preferred walk-on. 4Prep: 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...Majoring in General Studies... Son of Andrew Parsons and Gina Mary.

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Defense G GS UA 2009 11 7 16 2010 11 11 18 TOTALS 22 18 34

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42 Justin Love

DID YOU KNOW...

Justin Love has the most tackles for loss (9.5) of any returning player on defense entering the 2011 season?


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94 Johnnie Morgan

Johnnie Morgan is one of 10 players on the 2011 roster from California? Morgan is from Hidden Hills, which is where many famous people like Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, and Ozzie and Sharon OVC Champions • 2010 Osborne have called home.


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5-9 • 195 • Sr. (5) Chicago, Ill. Amundsen H.S. Saint Xavier University

BRADLEY MONTGOMERY CORNERBACK 6-1 • 185 • So. (3) St. Louis, Mo. Pattonville H.S. Jackson State

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42010: Played in nine games...Had two tackles and one pass breakup... Recorded one tackle at Southern Illinois (9/18) and one tackle vs. Southwest Baptist (11/6). 42009: Was enrolled at Southeast, but did not play football. 4Saint Xavier University: Ran for 58 yards on seven carries in five games during the 2008 season. 4Prep: Attended Amundsen High School. 4Personal: Born August 19, 1989...Majoring in Social Work...Son of Sharon Robinson and Tommy McCullough.

JOHNNIE MORGAN DEFENSIVE END

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LENNIES MCFERREN RUNNING BACK 5-9 • 205 • Fr. (2) Paris, Tenn. Henry County H.S.

6-2 • 255 • Sr. (4) Hidden Hills, Calif. Mira Costa H.S. Moorpark College

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42010: Redshirted. 4Prep: Scored 11 touchdowns in his only season at Henry County High School in 2009...Ran for 440 yards and nine TDs on 64 carries and caught six passes for 174 yards and two touchdowns...Attended New Madrid County Central High School until his junior year. 4Personal: Born August 19, 1990...Majoring in Criminal Justice...Son of Lennies, Jr. and Sheila McFerren... His grandfather, also named Lennies McFerren, played basketball at Southeast Missouri in 1973-74...He is a member of the Missouri Basketball Hall of Fame...Coach McFerren won over 500 games and nine state championships at Charleston and New Madrid County Central...He was named the National High School Coach of the Year in 2000 and is currently the head principal at Henry County High School in Paris, Tenn.

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42010: Did not see game action. 4Jackson State: Played under coach Rick Comegy in 2009. 4Prep: Honorable mention All-Conference selection at Pattonville High School...Earned his team’s Offensive Player of the Year award... Two-time Academic All-Conference honoree...Garnered First-Team All-Conference honors as a high jumper on the track and field team... Broke a school record with a jump of 6-8. 4Personal: Born April 4, 1991...Majoring in Computer Science...Son of Brian and Cheryl Montgomery.

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SHELDON MCCULLOUGH CORNERBACK

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42010: Played in 12 games...Made 10 tackles, including three solo stops...Assisted on one tackle for a loss of one yard and added two quarterback hurries...Finished with a season-high two tackles at Ball State (9/2) and at Jacksonville State (11/13). 4Moorpark College: Spent the 2008 and 2009 seasons at Moorpark College. 4Prep: First-Team All-Conference honoree as a senior at Mira Costa High School...Played defensive end and center. 4Personal: Born August 7, 1990...Majoring in Physical Therapy...Son of Johnnie Morgan, Sr. and Lily Savage. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Defense 2010

G GS UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 12 0 3 7 10 0.5 1 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL ART MUELLER TIGHT END 6-4 • 230 • So. (3) Eureka, Mo. Eureka H.S.

BLAKE PEIFFER LINEBACKER

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42010: Played in first four games before his season was cut short due to injury...Made two starts at tight end...First career start was at Murray State (9/11)...Caught one pass for 18 yards at Southern Illinois (9/18)... Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 42009: Redshirted...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 4Prep: 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. 4Personal: Born September 14, 1990...Majoring in General Studies... Son of Arthur and Shirley Ann Mueller...His father, Arthur, was a high school football coach for 20 years. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Receiving 2010

G 4

GS 2

Rec 1

Yds 18

TD 0

Lg 18

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G 0.2 18.0 4.8

JOSH NICKS FULLBACK

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6-1 • 225 • So. (2) Union City, Tenn. Union City H.S.

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6-1 • 225 • Jr. (3) Jackson, Mo. Jackson H.S.

42010: Played in 12 games, making six starts at linebacker...Ranked fifth on the team with 59 tackles, including 29 solo stops...Posted one tackle for a loss of two yards vs. Tennessee State (10/9)...Recovered a fumble at Jacksonville State (11/13)...Also recorded a season-high 11 tackles against the Gamecocks...Posted nine tackles the week before vs. Southwest Baptist (11/6)...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 42009: Played in 10 games...Recorded 32 tackles, including 10 solo stops...Had one tackle for loss, recovered one fumble and forced a fumble...Posted a season-high nine tackles in his college debut vs. Quincy (9/3)...Recovered the first fumble of his career vs. Eastern Illinois (9/19)...His only forced fumble came vs. Jacksonville State (11/7). 4Prep: 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...Coached by Van Hitt and Carl Gross...Placed fifth in the 2007 State Wrestling Tournament. 4Personal: Born June 19, 1990...Majoring in Agribusiness...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. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI

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Defense G GS UA 2009 10 0 10 2010 12 6 29 TOTALS 22 6 39

42010: Saw action in 12 games...Rushed for three yards on three carries...Registered three tackles on special teams...Had all of his rushing yards and carries vs. Southwest Baptist (11/6). 4Prep: Played fullback and linebacker at Union City High School, where he garnered All-Region and All-State accolades...Earned multiple Most Valuable Player honors (district, county)...Finished his prep career ranked second on the school’s all-time rushing and touchdown lists... Broke a state record for most carries in a game with 47...Broke a singlegame school record with six touchdowns...Rushed for 1,682 yards and 35 touchdowns as a senior. 4Personal: Born March 18, 1992...Majoring in Health Science...Son of James and Melanie Nicks. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Rushing G GS Att Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G 2010 12 0 3 3 0 0 1.0 0.2

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A 22 30 52

Total 32 59 91

TFL 1.0 1.0 2.0

Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 1 0 0 0-0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0-0 1 0 1 3 0 0 0-0 1 1 2


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DID YOU KNOW...

Blake Peiffer’s father, Dan, was inducted into the Southeast Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame in 2004? He played center at Southeast during the 1970s before moving on to the NFL, where he played for Chicago and Washington.


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL

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Matt Scheible became the first Southeast quarterback to earn First-Team All-Ohio Valley Conference honors in 2010? OVC Champions • 2010


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL MATT SCHEIBLE QUARTERBACK

6-1 • 180 • Fr. (2) Glendale, Ariz. Independence H.S.

6-1 • 200 • Sr. (4) Washington, Mo. Washington H.S.

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42010: Redshirted. 4Prep: First-Team All-Conference and All-State quarterback at Independence High School...Completed 201-of-304 passes (66.1 percent) for 2,461 yards and 32 touchdowns, while throwing just three interceptions as a senior...Averaged 205 passing yards per game...Threw a season-high five touchdown passes against Glendale...Ran for 833 yards...Athletic quarterback with good size and arm strength...Is more of a shotgun, spread offense type player...Also played basketball. 4Personal: Born February 7, 1991...Majoring in Sport Management... Son of Walter and Janel Peoples...Younger brother of former Southeast wide receiver Walter Peoples.

TRENT PETERSON DEFENSIVE END 6-3 • 255 • So. (2) Little Rock, Ark. Milford Academy

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42010: Saw action in nine games...Made two tackles and recovered a fumble...Had both of his tackles vs. Southwest Baptist (11/6)...His first career fumble recovery came at Austin Peay (10/16). 4Prep: Two-time Defensive Player of the Game, who registered 25 tackles, a sack and recovered two fumbles at Milford Academy in 2009... Prior to that, he spent two years at Pulaski Academy...Had 46 tackles over 12 games and seven starts for the Bruins in 2007...A year later, he registered 48 tackles in 11 games and nine starts. 4Personal: Born February 6, 1991...Majoring in General Studies...Son of Chris and Tracy Peterson...His father is the Director of Athletics at the University of Arkansas Little Rock...Chris also served as the Director of Athletics at Creighton University and worked with Southeast head coach Tony Samuel at Nebraska in 1992. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Defense 2010

G GS UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 9 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 1

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TYLER PEOPLES QUARTERBACK

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Preseason All-OVC...Made 24-consecutive starts at quarterback...Ranks among Southeast's single-season and career leaders in several categories...Currently has 3,382 passing yards and 1,628 rushing yards in his career. 42010: Became the first Southeast quarterback to earn First-Team All-OVC honors...First-Team CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-District selection...FCS College Football Performance honorable mention honoree (10/25)...Two-time OVC Offensive Player of the Week (9/12, 10/24)... Started all 12 games...Completed 109-of-182 passes for 1,246 yards and eight touchdowns...Ranked second on the team in rushing with 887 yards and seven touchdowns on 169 carries...Ranked among the top-10 OVC leaders in passing average (6th, 103.8 ypg), pass efficiency (5th, 128.6 rating) and total offense (5th, 177.5 ypg)...Threw only three interceptions, second-fewest in the OVC...Rushed for over 100 yards in three games with a season-high 134 on 16 carries at Murray State (9/11)...Threw for a season-high 177 yards and three touchdowns vs. Eastern Kentucky (10/23)...Had 15 passes of 20 or more yards, including a season-long 51-yard strike against the Colonels...Had 16 rushes of 10 or more yards... Broke free for a season-long 60-yard run at Murray State (9/11)...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 42009: Southeast Scholar-Athlete…Started all 11 games...Completed 141-of-284 passes for 1,596 yards and 11 touchdowns…Averaged 145.1 passing yards per game…Was the team’s second-leading rusher who ran for 605 yards and four touchdowns on 129 carries…Averaged 3.8 yards per rush…Piled up 2,083 yards of total offense, fourth-best in the OVC… Completed 11-of-18 passes for a career-high 222 yards and two touchdowns in his first start of the season against Quincy (9/3)…Had two passing TDs in four of his starts…Threw a career-long 75-yard touchdown pass to Chantae Ahamefule vs. Murray State (11/14)…Completed 19 passes of 20 or more yards…Five of his touchdown passes went for 30 or more yards…Ranked among the top-10 OVC leaders in passing average (6th), pass efficiency (9th, 100.5 rating) and total offense (189.4 ypg). 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 12-of-24 passes for 195 yards and three touchdowns at Austin Peay (11/22)...Also ran for 73 yards on 17 carries and had a career-long 21-yard run in that game...Threw for 108 yards (10-of-21) and a touchdown 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 debut at then-No. 6 Missouri (9/6), completing 5-of-13 passes for 46 yards...Threw a 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. 4Prep: Garnered First-Team All-State honors as an all-purpose player at Washington High School...Was also a First-Team All-Conference

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL 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. 4Personal: Born April 10, 1990...Majoring in Accounting...Son of Duane Scheible and Ann Jenkins. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Passing 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS Rushing 2008 2009 2010 TOTALS

G 10 11 12 33 G 10 11 12 33

GS 2 11 12 25 GS 2 11 12 25

Cmp Att 44 102 141 284 109 182 294 568 Att Yds 63 254 129 487 169 887 361 1628

Int 3 13 3 19 TD 2 4 7 13

Yds TD Lg Pct. 540 5 49 43.1 1596 11 75 49.6 1246 8 51 59.9 3382 24 75 51.8 Lg Avg/C Avg/G 21 4.0 25.4 34 3.8 44.3 60 5.2 73.9 60 4.5 49.3

Avg/G 54.0 145.1 103.8 102.5

Effic 97.90 100.5 128.6 109.0

BEN SCHMIDT OFFENSIVE TACKLE 6-4 • 255 • Fr. (2) Cincinnati, Ohio Oak Hills H.S.

MATT SHANNON CENTER 6-2 • 280 • Jr. (3) Washington, Mo. St. Francis Borgie H.S.

42010: Missed the entire season due to injury. 42009: Missed the entire season due to injury. 42008: Started two games at left guard...Made first career start at thenNo. 6 Missouri (9/6)...Also played against Tennessee Tech (9/11). 4Prep: Three-time All-Conference defensive lineman at St. Francis Borgie 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...Majoring in Business Administration...Son of Alex and Kim Shannon...Enjoys playing sports and skiing.

DAVID SMART LINEBACKER

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6-1 • 236 • Fr. (2) Rogers, Ark. Rogers H.S.

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42010: Redshirted. 4Prep: Class 7A All-State honoree as a senior at Rogers High School... Recorded 81 tackles, four interceptions, two forced fumbles and two sacks in his final year as a prep...Also returned one interception for a touchdown. 4Personal: Born June 22, 1992...Majoring in Business and Marketing Management...Son of JoAnna and Lindsey Smart.

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42010: Redshirted...Southeast Scholar-Athlete. 4Prep: Two-time First-Team Greater Miami Conference lineman and three-year starter at Oak Hills High School...Caught one pass for 42 yards and had 18 tackles as a senior...Played basketball for three years... Made the honor roll every semester. 4Personal: Born November 20, 1991...Majoring in Criminal Justice... Son of Robert and Patricia Schmidt...Sister, Jackie, is currently enrolled at Ohio State University.

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6-2 • 175 • Jr. (3) Jersey City, N.J. James J. Ferris H.S.

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BRANDEN SPANN FREE SAFETY

TAMARIS SURDOCK SAFETY 5-11 • 185 • Fr. (2) San Diego, Calif. Patrick Henry H.S.

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42010: Played in six games...Recorded one tackle at Eastern Illinois (10/2). 42009: Recorded five tackles in eight games...Had a season-high two tackles against Murray State (11/14). 4Prep: Second-Team All-County safety at James J. Ferris High School ...Recorded 38 tackles with three interceptions in 2008...Captain of four-time city champions...Also played quarterback...Teammate of Southeast WR Chantae Ahamefule...Coached by Wilber Valdez...Also played basketball...Honor Roll student. 4Personal: Born April 25, 1991...Son of Kenneth and Loreen Spann... Enjoys playing basketball...Favorite NFL player is LaDainian Tomlinson ...Favorite singers are Ne-Yo and Beyonce...Chose Southeast because it was a great fit and he enjoyed the team atmosphere.

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42010: Redshirted. 4Prep: Played both safety and wide receiver at Patrick Henry High School...Named First-Team All-Conference as a junior and SecondTeam All-Conference as a senior...Scored three defensive touchdowns in the first two games of his senior year. 4Personal: Born March 5, 1992...Majoring in General Studies...Son of Chris and Lidia Surdock.

CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Defense G 2009 8 2010 6 TOTALS 14

GS 0 0 0

UA 5 1 6

A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 0 5 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

MATT STARKS SAFETY 5-11 • 190 • Fr. (2) Paducah, Ky. Lone Oak H.S.

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42010: Redshirted 4Prep: Garnered All-Western Kentucky Conference honors and was named Third-Team Courier Journal All-State at Lone Oaks High School. 4Personal: Born April 4, 1991...Majoring in Exercise Science...Son of Wallace Starks and Ginger Bennett...His mother went to college at Murray State.

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL JOE VUCIC PUNTER/KICKER 6-1 • 190 • So. (3) Willoughby Hills, Ohio Notre Dame Cathedral Latin H.S. Kent State

BRYANT WORTS RUNNING BACK

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42010: Played in 12 games as Southeast’s punter...Punted 46 times for 1,709 yards...Averaged 37.2 yards per punt...Pinned opponents inside their own 20-yardline on 10 occasions...Had three punts sail for 50 or more yards with a season-long 59-yard kick vs. Tennessee Tech (9/25)... Also had a 51-yard punt at Austin Peay (10/16) and 50-yard punt vs. Southwest Baptist (11/6). 4Kent State: Redshirted in 2009. 4Prep: Earned honorable mention All-State honors and was named First-Team All-Region as a senior at Notre Dame Cathedral Latin High School...Garnered First-Team All-State and All-District accolades as a junior...Three-year starter...Also a member of the track and field and soccer teams...Was a state finalist in the 400-meters. 4Personal: Born September 10, 1991...Majoring in Business Marketing...Son of Marinko and Agnes Vucic. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Punting 2010

6-0 • 215 • So. (2) Jersey City, N.J. James J. Ferris H.S.

42010: Played in 10 games and made two tackles...Had one tackle at Eastern Illinois (10/2) and one vs. Eastern Kentucky (10/23). 4Prep: Played fullback and linebacker at Ferris High School...Ran for 223 yards and one touchdown on 25 carries as a senior...Averaged nearly nine yards (8.9) per carry...Registered 179 tackles (17.9 per game) with a season-high 28 against Bayonne (Sept. 20)...Also had 13 sacks, forced three fumbles and had two fumble recoveries in his final year as a prep... Three-time First-Team All-County linebacker...Earned Third-Team AllState honors as a junior...Was named the Old Spice Player of the Year his junior season...Also played basketball...Is from the same high school as Southeast wide receiver Chantae Ahamefule and free safety Branden Spann. 4Personal: Born December 25, 1991...Majoring in Athletic Training. CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Defense 2010

G GS No. Yds Avg Lg TB FC I20 12 0 46 1709 37.2 59 3 12 10

G GS UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 10 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

CHRIS WATSON OFFENSIVE TACKLE 6-4 • 240 • So. (3) St. Louis, Mo. Rockwood Summit H.S.

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WISLER YMONICE LINEBACKER 6-0 • 205 • So. (2) Auburndale, Fla. Auburndale H.S.

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42010: Played in nine games as a reserve offensive tackle. 4Prep: Offensive and defensive lineman at Rockwood Summit High School...Recipient of the Falcon Flight Award which is given to students for outstanding achievement. 4Personal: Born August 10, 1991...Majoring in Athletic Training...Son of William and Nina Fray.

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42010: Saw action in 12 games...Recorded 15 tackles, including four solo stops...Had a season-high four tackles in Southeast’s season-opener at Ball State (9/2)...Finished with multiple tackles on four other occasions. 4Prep: Registered 102 tackles, six sacks, 10 tackles for loss, five forced fumbles and two blocked field goals as a senior at Auburndale High School...Three-year starter and two-year Team Captain. 4Personal: Born June 8, 1991...Majoring in Business...Son of Joseph Ymonice and Marie Rosanna Charles.

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CAREER STATISTICS AT SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Defense 2010

G GS UA A Total TFL Yds SACK Yds INT PD FF FR 12 0 4 11 15 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 0 0

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33 Joe Vucic

DID YOU KNOW...

Joe Vucic attended Notre Dame Cathedral Latin High School in Chardon, Ohio? Notre Dame Cathedral Latin is a co-ed Catholic High School which currently has an enrollment of 747. NDCL also won five state championships.


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Rushing/Receiving/Passing Chantae Ahamefule 2008 Opponent No. 09-06-08 at Missouri 0 09-20-08 Missouri State 0 10-25-08 Tennessee State 0 11-01-08 Eastern Kentucky 0 11-08-08 at Murray State 0 11-15-08 UT Martin 0 11-22-08 at Austin Peay 0 Total 0 2009 Opponent No. 09-03-09 Quincy 0 09-12-09 at Cincinnati 0 09-19-09 Eastern Illinois 0 09-26-09 at UT Martin 0 10-03-09 at Tennessee State 0 10-10-09 Austin Peay 0 10-24-09 at Tennessee Tech 0 10-31-09 at Eastern Kentucky 0 11-07-09 Jacksonville State 0 11-14-09 Murray State 0 11-21-09 Southern Illinois 0 Total 0 2010 Opponent No. 09-02-10 at Ball State 0 09-18-10 at Southern Illinois 0 09-25-10 Tennessee Tech 0 10-16-10 at Austin Peay 0 10-23-10 Eastern Kentucky 0 10-30-10 UT Martin 0 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 0 11-13-10 at Jacksonville State 0 12-04-10 at Eastern Washington 0 Total 0

RECEIVING Yds TD 63 0 12 0 85 0 8 0 54 0 34 1 70 1 326 2 Yds TD 51 1 26 0 16 0 59 0 30 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 24 0 150 2 7 0 365 3 Yds TD 3 0 94 0 23 0 42 0 70 1 51 0 3 0 33 0 38 0 357 1

Lg 26 12 31 8 22 18 34 34 Lg 32 23 13 15 9 0 1 1 18 75 7 75 Lg 3 39 15 14 51 42 3 17 38 51

Matt Bell RUSHING RECEIVING 2010 Opponent No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD 10-09-10 Tennessee State 0 0 0 0 1 -2 0 Total 0 0 0 0 1 -2 0

Lg 0 0

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Renard Celestin 2009 Opponent No. 09-03-09 Quincy 8 11-14-09 Murray State 2 Total 10 2010 Opponent No. 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 4 Total 4

RUSHING Yds TD Lg No. 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 22 Yds TD Lg No. 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 28 Yds TD Lg No. 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 26

RUSHING Yds TD Lg No. 70 1 31 0 14 0 14 0 84 1 31 0 RUSHING Yds TD Lg No. 15 0 7 0 15 0 7 0

RECEIVING Yds TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 RECEIVING Yds TD 0 0 0 0

D.J. Foster RUSHING 2010 Opponent No. Yds TD Lg No. 09-11-10 at Murray State 0 0 0 0 1 11-13-10 at Jacksonville State 0 0 0 0 2 Total 0 0 0 0 3

RECEIVING Yds TD 5 0 25 1 30 1

Lg 0 0 0 Lg 0 0

Lg 5 19 19

Aaron King RUSHING 2010 Opponent No. Yds TD Lg No. 10-16-10 at Austin Peay 0 0 0 0 1 10-23-10 Eastern Kentucky 0 0 0 0 1 11-13-10 at Jacksonville State 0 0 0 0 1 Total 0 0 0 0 3

RECEIVING Yds TD 11 0 8 0 22 0 41 0

Lg 11 8 22 22

Art Mueller RUSHING 2010 Opponent No. Yds TD Lg No. 09-18-10 at Southern Illinois 0 0 0 0 1 Total 0 0 0 0 1

RECEIVING Yds TD 18 0 18 0

Lg 18 18

Josh Nicks RUSHING RECEIVING 2010 Opponent No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 3 3 0 3 0 0 0 Total 3 3 0 3 0 0 0

Lg 0 0

Matt Scheible PASSING 2008 Opponent Cmp Att Int Yds TD Lg 09-06-08 at Missouri 5 13 0 46 0 16 09-20-08 Missouri State 5 9 1 25 0 8 10-04-08 at Jacksonville State 3 4 0 99 1 49 10-18-08 at Eastern Illinois 6 16 0 54 0 15 11-01-08 Eastern Kentucky 0 5 0 0 0 0 11-08-08 at Murray State 3 10 2 13 0 5 11-15-08 UT Martin 10 21 0 108 1 21 11-22-08 at Austin Peay 12 24 0 195 3 44 Total 44 102 3 540 5 49 PASSING 2009 Opponent Cmp Att Int Yds TD Lg 09-03-09 Quincy 11 18 0 222 2 44 09-12-09 at Cincinnati 15 27 3 123 0 23 09-19-09 Eastern Illinois 17 35 1 171 0 29 09-26-09 at UT Martin 24 38 1 199 1 22 10-03-09 at Tennessee State 13 34 1 173 2 59 10-10-09 Austin Peay 7 16 2 29 0 9 10-24-09 at Tennessee Tech 15 32 3 164 1 30 10-31-09 at Eastern Kentucky 11 29 2 95 1 20 11-07-09 Jacksonville State 12 25 0 77 0 24 11-14-09 Murray State 6 12 0 188 2 75 11-21-09 Southern Illinois 10 18 0 155 2 54 Total 141 284 13 1596 11 75 PASSING 2010 Opponent Cmp Att Int Yds TD Lg 09-02-10 at Ball State 12 18 0 112 0 17 09-11-10 at Murray State 12 17 0 140 1 39 09-18-10 at Southern Illinois 12 19 0 163 0 39 09-25-10 Tennessee Tech 13 18 0 114 1 19 10-02-10 at Eastern Illinois 7 10 0 41 0 9 10-09-10 Tennessee State 5 11 1 49 1 24 10-16-10 at Austin Peay 9 17 0 80 0 14 10-23-10 Eastern Kentucky 9 10 0 177 3 51 10-30-10 UT Martin 5 12 0 108 0 42 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 6 13 0 48 1 26 11-13-10 at Jacksonville State 13 22 0 145 1 25 12-04-10 at Eastern Washington 6 15 2 69 0 38 Total 109 182 3 1246 8 51 RUSHING RECEIVING 2008 Opponent No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD 09-06-08 at Missouri 3 18 0 9 0 0 0 09-11-08 Tennessee Tech 1 4 0 4 0 0 0

Lg 0 0

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL 21 0 9 0 4 0 4 0 40 0 10 0 5 1 5 0 8 0 12 0 -9 0 9 0 90 1 19 0 73 0 21 0 254 2 21 0 RUSHING Yds TD Lg No. 15 1 9 0 1 0 9 0 75 1 19 0 49 1 34 0 61 0 11 0 14 0 15 0 69 0 16 0 29 0 7 0 71 0 10 0 48 1 19 0 55 0 23 0 487 4 34 0 RUSHING Yds TD Lg No. 28 0 13 0 134 0 60 0 26 0 14 0 82 0 9 0 66 1 18 0 128 1 32 0 116 1 35 0 89 0 19 0 68 1 18 0 39 1 9 0 57 2 14 0 54 0 19 0 887 7 60 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 RECEIVING Yds TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 RECEIVING Yds TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Defensive Kweku Arkorful 2010 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 09-02-10 at Ball State 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 10-16-10 at Austin Peay 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 10-23-10 Eastern Kentucky 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 5 0 5 1.0-1 0.0-0 11-13-10 at Jacksonville State 5 5 10 0.0-0 0.0-0 12-04-10 at Eastern Washington 1 1 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 Total 12 7 19 1.0-1 0.0-0

FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1-18 0 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 1-18

Bryan Blanfort 2007 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 08-30-07 at Cincinnati 2 1 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 09-08-07 Southwest Baptist 3 1 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 09-22-07 at Samford 3 0 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 09-29-07 Eastern Illinois 2 3 5 0.5-1 0.0-0 10-13-07 at Eastern Kentucky 3 2 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 10-27-07 at UT Martin 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0

FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0

11-10-07 2008 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 2009 09-03-09 09-12-09 09-19-09 09-26-09 10-03-09 10-10-09 10-24-09 10-31-09 11-07-09 11-14-09 11-21-09

at Missouri State 1 Total 15 Opponent Solo Southwest Baptist 2 at Missouri 2 Tennessee Tech 1 Missouri State 1 at Indiana State 0 at Jacksonville State 2 at Eastern Illinois 0 Tennessee State 3 Eastern Kentucky 2 at Murray State 1 UT Martin 3 at Austin Peay 3 Total 20 Opponent Solo Quincy 1 at Cincinnati 1 Eastern Illinois 5 at UT Martin 4 at Tennessee State 7 Austin Peay 7 at Tennessee Tech 1 at Eastern Kentucky 2 Jacksonville State 2 Murray State 3 Southern Illinois 9 Total 42

1 8 Ast 5 0 0 5 1 2 2 3 5 7 2 2 34 Ast 1 2 4 10 3 3 4 3 4 3 0 37

Darrick Borum 2009 Opponent Solo Ast 09-03-09 Quincy 0 1 11-14-09 Murray State 1 0 Total 1 1 2010 Opponent Solo Ast 09-02-10 at Ball State 1 3 09-11-10 at Murray State 1 3 09-18-10 at Southern Illinois 2 1 09-25-10 Tennessee Tech 0 2 10-02-10 at Eastern Illinois 7 3 10-09-10 Tennessee State 1 6 10-23-10 Eastern Kentucky 1 1 10-30-10 UT Martin 4 4 11-13-10 at Jacksonville State 0 2 12-04-10 at Eastern Washington 6 0 Total 23 25

2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 23 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 1-31 6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 2 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 6 0.5-3 0.5-3 0 0-0 1-0 7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 8 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 5 1.5-2 0.0-0 0 0-0 1-0 5 1.0-1 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 54 3.5-7 0.5-3 0 0-0 3-31 Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 9 1.0-3 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 14 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0-0 0-0 10 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 10 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0-0 1-69 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 5 0.5-2 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 1-0 6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 9 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 79 1.5-5 0.0-0 2 0-0 2-69

Total 1 1 2 Total 4 4 3 2 10 7 2 8 2 6 48

TFL-Yds 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 TFL-Yds 1.0-6 0.0-0 2.0-12 0.0-0 3.0-18 1.0-1 0.0-0 0.5-1 0.0-0 0.0-0 7.5-38

SK-Yds 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 SK-Yds 1.0-6 0.0-0 1.0-11 0.0-0 2.0-13 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 4.0-30

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09-20-08 Missouri State 4 10-04-08 at Jacksonville State 2 10-18-08 at Eastern Illinois 6 10-25-08 Tennessee State 1 11-01-08 Eastern Kentucky 2 11-08-08 at Murray State 4 11-15-08 UT Martin 23 11-22-08 at Austin Peay 17 Total 63 2009 Opponent No. 09-03-09 Quincy 3 09-12-09 at Cincinnati 4 09-19-09 Eastern Illinois 15 09-26-09 at UT Martin 9 10-03-09 at Tennessee State 17 10-10-09 Austin Peay 6 10-24-09 at Tennessee Tech 26 10-31-09 at Eastern Kentucky 9 11-07-09 Jacksonville State 19 11-14-09 Murray State 7 11-21-09 Southern Illinois 14 Total 129 2010 Opponent No. 09-02-10 at Ball State 7 09-11-10 at Murray State 16 09-18-10 at Southern Illinois 11 09-25-10 Tennessee Tech 20 10-02-10 at Eastern Illinois 10 10-09-10 Tennessee State 17 10-16-10 at Austin Peay 17 10-23-10 Eastern Kentucky 20 10-30-10 UT Martin 14 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 11 11-13-10 at Jacksonville State 12 12-04-10 at Eastern Washington 14 Total 169

FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 1-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1-0 0-0 FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 1-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1-0 1-18 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1-19 0 1-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 2 3-0 2-37

Courtney Brame 2008 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 10-25-08 Tennessee State 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 Total 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 2009 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 09-03-09 Quincy 0 3 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 09-12-09 at Cincinnati 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 11-14-09 Murray State 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 Total 1 4 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 2010 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 09-02-10 at Ball State 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 10-02-10 at Eastern Illinois 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 10-09-10 Tennessee State 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0

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Tylor Brock 2009 Opponent Solo 09-03-09 Quincy 0 09-12-09 at Cincinnati 0 09-26-09 at UT Martin 2 10-24-09 at Tennessee Tech 0 11-14-09 Murray State 3 Total 5 2010 Opponent Solo 09-02-10 at Ball State 3 09-11-10 at Murray State 0 09-18-10 at Southern Illinois 4 09-25-10 Tennessee Tech 2 10-02-10 at Eastern Illinois 3 10-09-10 Tennessee State 2 10-16-10 at Austin Peay 3 10-30-10 UT Martin 5 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 3 11-13-10 at Jacksonville State 5 12-04-10 at Eastern Washington 3 Total 33

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Jaren Butler 2010 Opponent 09-02-10 at Ball State Total

2 1 1 5

Ast 1 4 0 1 0 6 Ast 3 7 3 0 1 4 1 2 0 2 0 23

3 1 1 8

0.0-0 0.5-0 0.5-0 1.0-0

0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

0 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 11 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 6 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 1-8 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 2-48 6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 1-12 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 1-67 7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 1-39 7 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 56 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0-0 6-174

Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 2 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0

Kris Cottner 2008 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 09-06-08 at Missouri 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 Total 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 2009 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 09-03-09 Quincy 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 09-12-09 at Cincinnati 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 09-26-09 at UT Martin 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 Total 0 3 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 2010 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 09-02-10 at Ball State 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 09-18-10 at Southern Illinois 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 09-25-10 Tennessee Tech 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 10-02-10 at Eastern Illinois 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 10-16-10 at Austin Peay 1 1 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 10-30-10 UT Martin 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 Total 5 3 8 0.0-0 0.0-0

FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0

Frankie Davis 2010 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 09-02-10 at Ball State 1 1 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 09-11-10 at Murray State 2 3 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 09-18-10 at Southern Illinois 2 1 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 10-02-10 at Eastern Illinois 1 1 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 10-16-10 at Austin Peay 1 1 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 11-13-10 at Jacksonville State 1 0 1 1.0-3 0.0-0 12-04-10 at Eastern Washington 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0

FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0

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Brian Fercho 2010 Opponent 10-16-10 at Austin Peay Total

8

17

1.0-3

0.0-0

0

0-0

0-0

Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0

Brandon Gabbard 2009 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 10-24-09 at Tennessee Tech 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 10-31-09 at Eastern Kentucky 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 11-21-09 Southern Illinois 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 Total 2 1 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 2010 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 10-16-10 at Austin Peay 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 Total 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0

FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 1-0 0-0 0 1-0 0-0

Steve Hendry 2009 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 09-03-09 Quincy 1 3 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 09-12-09 at Cincinnati 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 Total 1 4 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 2010 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 09-11-10 at Murray State 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 09-18-10 at Southern Illinois 1 0 1 1.0-4 1.0-4 09-25-10 Tennessee Tech 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 10-02-10 at Eastern Illinois 1 1 2 1.0-10 1.0-10 10-09-10 Tennessee State 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 10-16-10 at Austin Peay 0 2 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 10-23-10 Eastern Kentucky 0 3 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 2 0 2 1.0-11 1.0-11 11-13-10 at Jacksonville State 0 5 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 Total 5 13 18 3.0-25 3.0-25

FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1-0

Cory Holmes 2010 Opponent Solo 09-11-10 at Murray State 0 11-13-10 at Jacksonville State 1 Total 1

FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0

Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 2 3 0.0-0 0.0-0

Philip Klaproth 2008 Opponent Solo Ast 08-28-08 Southwest Baptist 6 0 09-06-08 at Missouri 3 5 09-11-08 Tennessee Tech 1 2 09-20-08 Missouri State 1 4 09-27-08 at Indiana State 2 3 10-04-08 at Jacksonville State 2 1 10-18-08 at Eastern Illinois 2 10 10-25-08 Tennessee State 2 4 11-01-08 Eastern Kentucky 8 2 11-08-08 at Murray State 1 7 11-15-08 UT Martin 1 1 11-22-08 at Austin Peay 1 7 Total 30 46 2009 Opponent Solo Ast 09-03-09 Quincy 1 2 09-12-09 at Cincinnati 3 1 09-19-09 Eastern Illinois 6 4 09-26-09 at UT Martin 4 4 10-03-09 at Tennessee State 2 1

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Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 6 1.0-2 0.0-0 1 0-0 0-0 8 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 12 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 6 0.5-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 1-23 10 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 1-38 8 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 8 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 76 1.5-2 0.0-0 1 0-0 2-61 Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 10 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 8 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 1-23


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Austin Peay 4 at Tennessee Tech 2 at Eastern Kentucky 6 Murray State 0 Southern Illinois 0 Total 28 Opponent Solo at Ball State 2 at Murray State 3 at Southern Illinois 3 Tennessee Tech 0 at Eastern Illinois 0 Tennessee State 2 at Austin Peay 1 Eastern Kentucky 2 UT Martin 1 Southwest Baptist 6 at Jacksonville State 1 at Eastern Washington 0 Total 21

10 5 6 2 3 38 Ast 3 2 1 1 2 3 0 1 0 2 0 2 17

14 0.5-0 0.0-0 7 0.0-0 0.0-0 12 0.0-0 0.0-0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 66 1.0-1 0.0-0 Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 4 1.0-4 1.0-4 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 8 1.0-2 0.0-0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 2 0.5-1 0.0-0 38 2.5-7 1.0-4

0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1-23 FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0

Justin Love 2009 Opponent Solo 09-03-09 Quincy 0 09-12-09 at Cincinnati 1 09-19-09 Eastern Illinois 1 09-26-09 at UT Martin 3 10-03-09 at Tennessee State 6 10-10-09 Austin Peay 0 10-24-09 at Tennessee Tech 0 10-31-09 at Eastern Kentucky 0 11-07-09 Jacksonville State 2 11-14-09 Murray State 2 11-21-09 Southern Illinois 1 Total 16 2010 Opponent Solo 09-11-10 at Murray State 3 09-18-10 at Southern Illinois 2 09-25-10 Tennessee Tech 3 10-02-10 at Eastern Illinois 2 10-09-10 Tennessee State 1 10-16-10 at Austin Peay 3 10-23-10 Eastern Kentucky 0 10-30-10 UT Martin 2 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 0 11-13-10 at Jacksonville State 1 12-04-10 at Eastern Washington 1 Total 18

Ast 2 0 2 1 0 3 1 1 0 2 2 14 Ast 7 3 1 0 3 3 2 2 1 0 2 24

Total 2 1 3 4 6 3 1 1 2 4 3 30 Total 10 5 4 2 4 6 2 4 1 1 3 42

SK-Yds 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-8 0.0-0 1.0-8 SK-Yds 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.5-4 1.5-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 2.0-10

FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 1-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 1-0 0-0

Sheldon McCullough 2010 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 09-18-10 at Southern Illinois 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 Total 1 1 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 Johnnie Morgan 2010 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 09-02-10 at Ball State 0 2 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 09-25-10 Tennessee Tech 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 10-02-10 at Eastern Illinois 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 10-09-10 Tennessee State 0 1 1 0.5-1 0.0-0

TFL-Yds 0.5-1 1.0-2 1.5-5 0.0-0 1.0-1 0.0-0 0.5-2 0.0-0 0.0-0 1.0-8 0.0-0 5.5-19 TFL-Yds 0.5-2 0.5-1 0.5-1 0.0-0 0.5-1 0.0-0 0.5-4 1.5-6 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 4.0-15

10-16-10 10-23-10 11-06-10 11-13-10

at Austin Peay 0 Eastern Kentucky 1 Southwest Baptist 1 at Jacksonville State 0 Total 3

Blake Peiffer 2009 Opponent Solo 09-03-09 Quincy 1 09-12-09 at Cincinnati 2 09-19-09 Eastern Illinois 2 09-26-09 at UT Martin 1 10-03-09 at Tennessee State 1 10-10-09 Austin Peay 2 10-24-09 at Tennessee Tech 0 10-31-09 at Eastern Kentucky 0 11-07-09 Jacksonville State 1 11-21-09 Southern Illinois 0 Total 10 2010 Opponent Solo 09-02-10 at Ball State 2 09-11-10 at Murray State 0 09-18-10 at Southern Illinois 2 10-09-10 Tennessee State 3 10-16-10 at Austin Peay 5 10-23-10 Eastern Kentucky 0 10-30-10 UT Martin 6 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 5 11-13-10 at Jacksonville State 5 12-04-10 at Eastern Washington 1 Total 29

1 0 0 2 7

Ast 8 2 1 1 1 2 4 2 0 1 22 Ast 2 2 1 5 3 5 2 4 6 0 30

1 1 1 2 10

0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.5-1

0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

0 0 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 9 0.5-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1-0 0-0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 4 0.5-1 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 32 1.0-1 0.0-0 1 0-0 0-0 Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 3 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 8 1.0-2 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 8 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 8 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 9 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 11 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 1-0 0-0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 59 1.0-2 0.0-0 0 1-0 0-0

Trent Peterson 2010 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 10-16-10 at Austin Peay 0 0 0 0.0-0 0.0-0 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 0 2 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 Total 0 2 2 0.0-0 0.0-0

FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 1-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 1-0 0-0

Branden Spann 2009 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 10-03-09 at Tennessee State 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 10-10-09 Austin Peay 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 11-07-09 Jacksonville State 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 11-14-09 Murray State 2 0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 Total 5 0 5 0.0-0 0.0-0 2010 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 10-02-10 at Eastern Illinois 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 Total 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0

FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0

FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0

Bryant Worts 2010 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 10-02-10 at Eastern Illinois 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 10-23-10 Eastern Kentucky 1 0 1 0.0-0 0.0-0 Total 2 0 2 0.0-0 0.0-0

FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0

FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0

Wisler Ymonice 2010 Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds SK-Yds 09-02-10 at Ball State 1 3 4 0.0-0 0.0-0 09-11-10 at Murray State 1 1 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 09-18-10 at Southern Illinois 1 1 2 0.0-0 0.0-0 10-02-10 at Eastern Illinois 0 1 1 0.0-0 0.0-0

FF FR-Yds Int-Yds 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0

Returnee Statistics

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1 1 2 1 11

2 1 2 1 15

0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0 0.0-0

0 0 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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Returnee Statistics

Drew Geldbach 2010 Opponent KO 09-02-10 at Ball State 3 09-11-10 at Murray State 7 09-18-10 at Southern Illinois 5 09-25-10 Tennessee Tech 4 10-02-10 at Eastern Illinois 5 10-09-10 Tennessee State 4 10-16-10 at Austin Peay 7 10-23-10 Eastern Kentucky 8 10-30-10 UT Martin 5 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 7 11-13-10 at Jacksonville State 5 12-04-10 at Eastern Washington 4 Total 64

Yds 188 407 309 234 297 238 352 495 281 316 285 198 3600

TB 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3

FG-A 1-1 3-3 1-2 1-2 0-0 0-1 2-2 2-2 1-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 12-17

Long PAT 53 1-1 47 3-3 34 3-3 24 2-3 0 4-4 0 1-2 47 3-3 32 4-5 24 3-3 0 4-6 0 3-3 34 2-2 53 33-38

Pts 4 12 6 5 4 1 9 10 6 4 3 5 69

Josh Coleman 2010 Opponent KR Yds TD 09-02-10 at Ball State 3 51 0 12-04-10 at Eastern Washington 2 39 0 Total 5 90 0

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Kris Cottner 2009 Opponent 09-12-09 at Cincinnati 10-24-09 at Tennessee Tech 11-07-09 Jacksonville State Total 2010 Opponent 09-02-10 at Ball State 10-09-10 Tennessee State 10-23-10 Eastern Kentucky 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 11-13-10 at Jacksonville State 12-04-10 at Eastern Washington Total

Long PR Yds TD Long 28 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 28 0 0 0 0 Long PR Yds TD Long 20 0 0 0 0 24 0 0 0 0 31 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 31 0 0 0 0

Joe Vucic 2010 Opponent 09-02-10 at Ball State 09-11-10 at Murray State 09-18-10 at Southern Illinois 09-25-10 Tennessee Tech 10-02-10 at Eastern Illinois 10-09-10 Tennessee State 10-16-10 at Austin Peay 10-23-10 Eastern Kentucky 10-30-10 UT Martin 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 11-13-10 at Jacksonville State 12-04-10 at Eastern Washington Total

KR Yds TD 1 28 0 1 12 0 1 20 0 3 60 0 KR Yds TD 1 20 0 1 24 0 2 51 0 1 11 0 1 15 0 1 16 0 7 137 0

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Blkd 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2

TB 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3

50+ 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3

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First-Team All-Conference and All-Region pick at Park Central Hills High School... Two-year starter...Second-Team Missouri Football Coaches Association Class 3 All-State selection...Helped lead his team to its first District Championship as a senior...Also played basketball...Born January 25, 1993...Majoring in Criminal Justice...Son of Donald and Diann Bess.

Tyler French

OT • 6-6 • 275 • Fr. (1) Park Hills, Mo. (Central)

Carlos Beverly

G • 6-1 • 320 • Fr. (1) O'Fallon, Ill. (O'Fallon)

Ranked 18th among the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Super 30 high school football recruits...Was teammates with fellow Southeast signee Sam Poole at O’Fallon High School...Three-year starter on the offensive line who played both left tackle and right guard...Two-time FirstTeam All-Southwestern Conference selection... Physical at point of attack and moves well for his size...Born May 21, 1993...Majoring in Criminal Justice...Son of Darlene Fuller.

AJ Cobb

RB • 5-8 • 180 • Fr. (1) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Douglass)

Attended Douglass High School, where he was named Oklahoma’s All-State Player of the Year...Carried the ball 216 times for 2,448 yards and 32 touchdowns in 2010...Averaged 11.3 yards per carry and ran for over 200 yards in four games...Set single-season rushing records in yards and touchdowns... Ran for a career-high 246 yards on 15 carries against Harrah...Scored three touchdowns in five games...Douglass went 12-2 en route to winning the Class 4A State Championship... Born July 14, 1992...Majoring in Pre-Physical Therapy...Son of Alecia Cobb.

Josh Freeman

S • 6-1 • 180 • Fr. (1) Poplar Bluff, Mo. (Poplar Bluff)

Football and track athlete at Poplar Bluff High School...Had 77 tackles and two sacks as a senior...Ranks second in school history in sacks...Registered 114 tackles and 6.5 sacks as a junior...Earned First-Team All-SEMO North Conference and First-Team All-Region honors during the 2009 season...Three-year starter... All-Conference and All-Region qualifier in each of his prep seasons in track and field... Qualified for the state meet in the 4x400m relay...Garnered All-State accolades in track

TE • 6-2 • 265 • Jr. (3) Scottsdale, Ariz. (Dobson/Phoenix College)

Caught 17 passes for 189 yards and three touchdowns during his only year as a starter at Phoenix College in 2010...Three-year starter at Dobson High School...Had 25 receptions for 325 yards and five touchdowns en route to First-Team All-State and All-Region honors as a senior...Posted eight receptions for 108 yards and one TD as a junior...Won his team’s Hard Hat Award...Was also a member of the wrestling team...Born October 26, 1990... Undecided on his major...Son of Todd and Dana French.

Ben Fulghum

C • 6-3 • 288 • Jr. (3) Andover, Kan. (Andover Central/Butler County CC)

First-Team All-Jayhawk Conference and AllRegion VI pick at Butler County Community College...Was teammates with Southeast fellow signee Spencer Hilley at Butler...Butler CC has been ranked as the No. 1 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) football program since 2000...The Grizzlies have won three national championships and made two other national title appearances this decade alone...Born February 10, 1991...Majoring in Physical Education...Son of Shelly Fulghum.

Marq Goodlitt

TE • 6-3 • 260 • Jr. (4) Upland, Calif. (Upland/Citrus College)

Teammates with Southeast signee Alonzo Nevarez at Citrus College...Earned First-Team All-Baseline Conference and Second-Team All-Inland Valley honors at Upland High School...Was named Player of the Week five times during his senior season...Named Second-Team All-Conference as a junior... Born February 12, 1990...Undecided on his major...Son of Jacquelyn Goodlitt.

Tim Hamm-Bey

CB • 5-9 • 165 • Fr. (1) St. Louis, Mo. (Lindbergh)

Recorded 33 tackles as a senior at Lindbergh High School...Led the Flyers in rushing with 558 yards and six touchdowns on 131 carries as a senior...Also caught 10 passes for 172 yards and a touchdown...Ran for a season-high 103 yards and two touchdowns vs. Marquette... Had three catches for 117 yards vs. Eureka... Registered a season-high seven tackles vs.

Northwest...Born June 14, 1993...Majoring in Criminal Justice...Son of Stevenson Hamm and Darnetta Johnson-Hamm.

Spencer Hilley

OT • 6-3 • 305 • Jr. (3) Clearwater, Kan. (Clearwater/Butler County CC)

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Donnie Bess

First-Team All-Jayhawk Conference and AllRegion VI pick at Butler County Community College...Was teammates with Southeast signee Ben Fulghum at Butler...Butler CC has been ranked as the No. 1 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) football program since 2000...The Grizzlies have won three national championships and made two other national title appearances this decade alone...Born September 13, 1989...Majoring in Business Administration...Son of Greg and Susan Hilley.

Josh Jourdan

OL • 6-1 • 315 • Jr. (4) Torrance, Calif. (North/LA Harbor College)

Played center and guard at Los Angeles Harbor College...Two-year starter who had 72 knockdowns and 28 pancake blocks over his career...Helped lead the Seahawks to back-toback conference championships...First-Team All-Central West Conference selection... First-Team All-California Community College Region V pick...Was a member of the football and wrestling teams at North High School... Born February 24, 1990...Undecided on his major...Son of Lesa Coleman.

Ben Kargbo

SS • 6-1 • 210 • So. (3) Albany, N.Y. (Bishop Maginn/Buffalo)

Mid-year transfer who participated in spring drills...Played in six games and made two solo tackles as a freshman at the University of Buffalo...Left the Bulls program just before the start of his sophomore season...Has three years of eligibility remaining...Starting quarterback and safety at Bishop Maginn High School...First-Team All-State defensive back... Two-time First-Team Large School All-Area selection by the Times Union at defensive back...Finished his four-year high school career with 179 solo tackles, second-most in school history...Passed for 3,196 yards, threw 30 touchdowns and rushed for 15 TDs as the Griffins quarterback...Was also an outstanding basketball player who started at point guard, helping lead the Griffins to the 2007-08 Class AA Championship...Had the opportunity to play both football and basketball at Rhode Island, but initially accepted a scholarship to

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Trey Lewis

QB • 6-1 • 170 • Fr. (1) Sikeston, Mo. (Sikeston)

Won the 2010 Carr Trophy, which honors the SEMO Conference Player of the Year... Sikeston Standard Democrat Offensive Player of the Year...Led nearby Sikeston High School to a 13-1 record and a second state semifinal appearance in as many years...Set individual school records in total touchdowns (40), passing yards (1,546) and total yards (2,957) as a senior, the first year he played quarterback... Ran for 1,411 yards and 24 touchdowns...Averaged nearly 12 yards per carry (11.96)...Completed 8-of-13 passes for 113 yards and rushed for 89 yards and a touchdown in his first career game at quarterback...Ran for three or more touchdowns in four games...Posted a 59.6 (84-of-14) completion percentage...Threw for a career-high 190 yards and two touchdowns vs. New Madrid County Central...2010 State Champion track star...Born January 8, 1993... Majoring in Business...Son of Brenda Moss.

Joey Lohmann

LB • 6-0 • 230 • Fr. (1) Naples, Fla. (Barron Collier)

2010 Naples Daily News Defensive Player of the Year...Broke Barron Collier High School’s single-season (150 in 2010) and career (330) records in tackles...Averaged 13.6 tackles per game, forced two fumbles and recovered two others, and had one interception as a senior... Recorded a career-high 22 tackles against Palmetto Ridge...Voted by his teammates as the Cougars best defensive back (either linebacker, cornerback or safety)...Florida Athletic Coaches Association All-District pick...Was one of just 10 linebackers selected for the state’s North-South All-Star Game...Born January 18, 1993...Undecided on his major... Son of Ron and Jackie Lohmann.

Traven Mable

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G • 6-2 • 325 • Fr. (1) Willingboro, N.J. (Willingboro)

Two-time All-County honoree at Willingboro High School...Is from the same high school as former Southeast football standouts Salim Powell and Marvin Anderson...Helped lead his team to a conference title and 10-1 record as a senior... Threw the shot put for the track and field team... Born March 7, 1993...Majoring in Computer Information Systems...Son of Doris Mable.

Joe Malolo

DT • 6-0 • 265 • Jr. (3) Deer Valley, Calif. (Deer Valley/Los Medanos College)

Two-year starter at Los Medanos College... Registered 80 tackles, 12 sacks and 18 tackles for loss during his junior college career... Attended Deer Valley High School...Born June 12, 1991...Majoring in Pre-Med...Son of Joseph and Atealoa Malolo.

Andy McNeel

LB • 6-1 • 200 • Fr. (1) Eureka, Mo. (Eureka)

Played linebacker and tight end at Eureka High School...Started two seasons...First-Team All-Conference selection...Co-Captain as a senior...Recorded 100 tackles, six sacks, 45 receptions and two touchdowns that year... Played against Southeast signee Tim HammBey’s Lindbergh High School team in the Class 6 Sectional Playoffs...Two-year letterman in baseball...Born April 28, 1993...Undecided on his major...Son of David and Diana McNeel.

George Neuhaus

LB • 6-1 • 225 • Fr. (1) Skokie, Ill. (Niles North)

Versatile athlete who played linebacker, center, kicker and punter at Niles North High School...Earned Class 7A All-State honors... First All-State football player in Niles North history...All-Conference selection...Registered a total of 330 tackles in his career and averaged more than 100 tackles per season...Averaged 37 yards per punt and kicked a career-long 48-yard field goal...Vikings Athletic Director Karl Costello says Neuhaus is “the best football player Niles North High School has ever had”...Also garnered All-Academic accolades...Threw the discus and shot put on the track and field team...Born October 6, 1992... Undecided on his major...Son of George and Mary Neuhaus.

Alonzo Nevarez

DE • 6-3 • 245 • Jr. (3) West Covina, Calif. (West Covina/Citrus College)

Registered 29 tackles at Citrus College in 2010...Led the Fighting Owls in sacks (4.0) and tackles for loss (7.5)...Also had one fumble recovery...Attended Mt. SAC in 2009... Recorded one solo tackle in one game for the Mounties...Played three varsity seasons at West Covina High School...Earned All-CIF and All-San Antonio Conference honors...Also played basketball...Born December 4, 1991...

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Undecided on his major...Son of Rafael and Blanca Nevarez.

Pete Niggemann

G • 6-2 • 320 • Jr. (3) Scottsdale, Ariz. (Chaparrel/Glendale CC)

Mid-year junior college transfer who participated in spring drills...Is from the same junior college as former Redhawks J.J. Sanchez and Brandon Harris...Was a two-year starter at left guard for the Gauchos...Attended Chaparrel High School...Born December 20, 1990...Majoring in Business...Son of Elaine Niggemann.

Josyah O’Keefe-Lopez

DT • 6-1 • 255 • Jr. (3) Covina, Calif. (Charter Oak/Citrus College)

Second-Team Southern California Football Association selection at Citrus College... Ranked fourth in the California Community College Athletic Association with 36 tackles and tied for first in sacks (3.0) during the 2010 campaign...Had 3.5 tackles for loss and forced a league-high two fumbles...Recorded 12 tackles and two quarterback hurries for the Fighting Owls in 2009...Played three varsity seasons at Charter Oak High School...Earned First-Team All-Miramonte League honors as a sophomore and senior...Also participated in wrestling and track...Born November 13, 1987...Majoring in Exercise Science...Son of Jim and Jerelyn O’Keefe-Lopez.

Quinn Perry

DT • 5-10 • 290 • Jr. (3) Hayward, Calif. (Hayward/Laney College)

Mid-year junior college transfer who participated in spring drills...All-Northern California Conference pick at Laney College...Attended Hayward High School...Born May 12, 1991... Majoring in Family Studies...Son of Desmond Perry and Donna Williams-Perry.

Sam Poole

CB • 5-11 • 185 • Fr. (1) O'Fallon, Ill. (O'Fallon)

Ranked 28th among the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Super 30 high school football recruits...Was teammates with Southeast signee Carlos Beverly at O’Fallon High School...Did not decide to play football until his senior year... Registered 21 tackles and two fumble recoveries for the Southwestern Conference Champion Panthers in his only prep season...Physical player with excellent speed...Grew up in Texas, where his family was stationed at the Fort Hood Military Base...Played middle school football in Texas from sixth to eighth grade


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Corey Porter

C • 6-1 • 290 • Fr. (1) Sikeston, Mo. (Sikeston)

All-State lineman at nearby Sikeston High School...Signed with the Redhawks in May... Joins Sikeston teammate Trey Lewis, who also signed a national letter of intent at Southeast... Three-year varsity player for the Bulldogs and was a key component in Sikeston’s gridiron resurgence...Anchor on both the offensive and defensive lines, helping the Bulldogs to consecutive 13-1 seasons and back-to-back Class 4 Semifinal appearances...Was part of an offensive line that paved the way for 4,814 rushing yards -- tops in school history and fifth-most statewide...Registered 37 tackles, three sacks and three fumble recoveries as a senior...Was also the centerpiece for the Sikeston basketball teams’ perfect 30-0 Class 4 State Championship this past season...Born January 3, 1993...Undecided on his major... Son of Melvin and Kathleen Porter...Younger brother of Michael Porter, who is a guard/ forward on the Southeast men’s basketball team.

Taylor Ramsey

DE/DT • 6-1 • 240 • Jr. (3) Moorpark, Calif. (Moorpark/Ventura College)

Mid-year junior college transfer who went through spring drills...Had 38 tackles (10 solo), nine tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks as a sophomore at Ventura College...Attended Moorpark High School...Born October 2, 1991...Majoring in Exercise Science...Son of Jamie Ramsey.

Levi Terrell

RB • 6-0 • 195 • Jr. (3) Desoto, Mo. (Fox/Nebraska-Omaha)

Earned Second-Team All-MIAA honors after leading Nebraska-Omaha with 960 rushing yards and eight touchdowns on 162 carries in 2010...Averaged 5.9 yards per carry...Caught five passes for 51 yards out of the backfield... Played in 10 games as a sophomore at UNO which dropped its football program following the 2010 campaign...Saw action in eight games and made six starts as a freshman...Led the team in rushing with 235 carries for 1,182 yards and seven touchdowns despite not playing in UNO’s first four games of the season... Averaged a league-best 156.9 yards per game on the ground...Also had seven catches for 60

yards...Was fourth on the team with 42 points scored...Led all MIAA rushers in conference games with 1,098 yards on 207 attempts... Named the MIAA’s Freshman of the Year and was a First-Team All-Conference selection... Named to the Don Hansen’s Football Gazette NCAA Division II All-Super Region Four Team as a first-team offensive player...Was a D2football.com All-America honorable mention selection...Had six-straight games with 100 or more rushing yards and six-straight games with a touchdown before injuries slowed him down...Amassed 192 or more yards rushing in four games...Rushed for 178 or more yards in five games...Had a season-high 218 yards on 33 carries against Central Missouri... Turned in back-to-back games with 192 yards on the ground...Recorded runs of 60 or more yards three times on the year (67, 65 and 64-yard runs)...Had 30 or more carries in five games...Ran the ball a season-high 44 times against Missouri Southern...Averaged five yards per carry...Named to the MIAA Academic Honor Roll...First-Team All-State choice at running back and an All-Conference and AllDistrict pick at both running back and outside linebacker at Fox C-6 High School...Ran for 2,248 yards and 48 touchdowns during his high school career and set his school’s single-season rushing and scoring records...Lettered in track and was a member of the National Honor Society...Born March 27, 1991...Majoring in Physical Education...Son of Dallas Terrell and Jennifer McCallister.

Ashanti Watson

LB • 6-0 • 215 • Jr. (4) Vallejo, Calif. (Jesse Bethel/San Mateo College)

Played two years at San Mateo College... Returned an interception 76 yards for the decisive touchdown with 1:15 remaining in the Northern California Championship game against Reedley College in 2009...Was also a member of the track and field team at San Mateo...Attended Jesse Bethel High School... Born January 17, 1989...Majoring in Criminal Justice...Son of Phillip and Sharon Watson.

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before moving to O’Fallon...Born June 28, 1993...Majoring in Health Management...Son of Demetrius and Kristy Poole.

Lewis Washington

RB • 5-10 • 215 • Fr. (1) Arlington, Texas (Mansfield Summit)

First-Team All-District selection at Mansfield Summit High School...Played wide receiver and running back...Carried the ball 187 times for 978 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior... Also had 300 yards receiving in his final year as a prep...Scored 15 touchdowns and rushed for 300 yards as a junior...District Champion in the 300-meter hurdles as a member of the track & field team...Is from the same high school as former Redhawk standout linebacker and current assistant coach Nick Stauffer...Born August 27, 1992...Majoring in Science Education...Son of Lewis and Cherie Washington.

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Southeast Celebrates Championship Season in 2010

he 2010 Southeast Missouri State University football season was one for the ages and one that Redhawk fans will not soon forget. The Redhawks turned an eighth-place Ohio Valley Conference preseason ranking into their first-ever Conference Championship and NCAA Playoff berth at any level of football in the 104year history of their program. Southeast flipped a 2-9 record from 2009 to a 9-3 mark in 2010. The Redhawks also finished at 7-1 in league play. The 6.5-game improvement ranks among the best turnarounds in both Football Championship Subdivision and OVC history. “I’m proud of our guys. It was a heckuva season,” said Southeast head coach Tony Samuel following the team’s loss to eventual FCS National Champion Eastern Washington. “It was really impressive to see what this team accomplished.” Samuel was named the Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year, Roy Kidd OVC Coach of the Year and American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Region 3 Coach of the Year.

Southeast also had four AllAmericans, 10 All-Conference selections, one Academic AllAmerican and the OVC Offensive Player of the Year last season. In addition, Sean Middleton was the recipient of the Rimington Award, which goes to the top center in the FCS. “It was an exciting year,” said Samuel. “Obviously, we want to build on this success.” So, just what was the secret to the Redhawks storybook season? After all, Southeast essentially had the same team it did in 2009, with the exception of the seniors who left the program. “We worked really hard in the offseason and decided as a team that we didn’t want to lose anymore,” said quarterback Matt Scheible. “We set goals and every member of this team committed to achieving them. It was an amazing run.” Scheible became the first quarterback in school history to earn First-Team All-OVC accolades after completing 109-of-182 passes for 1,246 yards and eight touchdowns in 12 starts. Scheible also finished as the Redhawks second-leading rusher with 887

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yards and seven touchdowns on 169 carries. Running back Henry Harris ended his Southeast career in a blaze of glory. Harris, who did not rush for 100 yards one time in 2009, broke Southeast single-season records in points scored (114), all-purpose yards (2,609), rushing attempts (305), rushing yards (1,735), rushing touchdowns (18) and total touchdowns (19). A consensus All-American and the OVC’s Offensive Player of the Year, Harris ran for over 100 yards a school record 10 times in 12 starts. He averaged 5.7 yards per carry and scored multiple touchdowns on five occasions. Harris also broke the Redhawks singlegame rushing record when he piled up 293 yards in Southeast’s final home game of the season against Southwest Baptist (Nov. 6). Those 293 yards were most in a single game by any FCS player in 2010. Harris led the nation in allpurpose yardage (217.4 ypg) and ranked third in rushing (144.6 ypg). He led the OVC in three categories, including rushing yards, all-purpose yards and scoring (9.5 ppg). Not to mention, Harris finished fifth in the overall voting for the prestigious Walter Payton Award. As a result, he became the first OVC player to finish among the top-five in the Payton Award balloting since 2005 when Tennessee State’s Barrick Nealy placed fifth. “It is exciting to be a part of history, but it’s all about the team and getting wins,” said Harris. “I give all the credit to our offensive line which was outstanding.” Southeast’s offensive line, which entered the year with some question marks, paved the way for one of the nation’s elite rushing attacks. The Redhawks had four

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offensive linemen garner FirstTeam All-OVC honors, marking only the second time in league history and first since 1956 (Middle Tennessee) that one team had four First-Team offensive line selections. “The offensive line, like Henry will tell you, played a big part in our success,” added Samuel. First-Team All-OVC picks Sean Middleton (C), Frank Knights (LG), Bryan Curry (RG) and Evan Conrad (LT) started every game for the Redhawks up front. Middleton, Knights, Curry and Conrad were the driving force behind a Southeast offense which led the OVC and ranked third in the nation in rushing with 265.1 yards per game. “We wanted to be physical and finish in the top-five in the country in rushing,” said Southeast offensive line coach Brian Boerboom. “We had to have a certain mentality up front to do that. Our guys understood what we asked them to do and gave us the leadership we were looking for.” The offensive line also helped place the Redhawks among the top FCS teams in least interceptions thrown (t1st, 3 INT), sacks allowed (1st, 0.50/ game), third-down conversions (5th, 47.3 pct.), fourth-down conversions (3rd, 72.2 pct.), fewest yards penalized per game (9th, 37.92 ypg) and fewest penalties per game (11th, 4.50/game). Defensively, Southeast headed into the 2010 season with some unfinished business. In 2009, the Redhawks finished last in the OVC on third down, with opponents converting 50.9 percent (84-of-165) of the time in those situations. Then-Southeast defensive coordinator Tim McGuire said that was an area that had to change. “It was very important for us to


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL improve our third-down defense,” said McGuire. “We worked hard at getting off the field and giving the ball back to our offense.” Southeast significantly improved its opposing third-down conversion percentage and led the OVC in scoring defense (21.5 ppg allowed), interceptions (20), turnovers gained (29) and turnover margin along the way. The Redhawks’ +13 turnover margin ranked fifth in the country. “It was an awesome season,” said linebacker Joshua Jackson. “We had a lot of guys step up and make big plays. Everything just came together.” Jackson, who was named Second-Team All-OVC, led the Redhawks with 85 tackles. He also had 3.5 tackles for loss, one sack, two forced fumbles and an interception which he returned for a touchdown against Eastern Washington (Dec. 4). Fellow linebacker Justin Woodlief joined Jackson on the league’s second-team. Woodlief led the team in forced fumbles (3) and ranked second in both tackles (77) and interceptions (4). Woodlief earned All-Conference honors in each of his two seasons at Southeast.

All-American and First-Team All-OVC free safety Tylor Brock tied a single-season school record with six interceptions. Brock registered 174 interception return yards and ran back two of his picks for touchdowns. Linebacker Darrick Borum, defensive tackle J.J. Sanchez and cornerback Aaron Grimes were other fixtures on the Redhawk defense. Borum led Southeast in sacks (4.0) and tackles for loss (7.5), and Sanchez became the program’s first CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-American. Meanwhile, Grimes finished third on the team with 66 tackles in his only year as a starter. “We played with a lot of emotion,” said Sanchez. “We wanted to keep our offense on the field and I feel like we did a good job of that.” Southeast’s magical 2010 season was arguably the best in school history. After opening the year with a loss at Football Bowl Subdivision foe Ball State on Sept. 2, the Redhawks reeled off nine-straight victories. Southeast’s nine wins tied a school record for most victories in a season, and the Redhawks polished off their first

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winning campaign since 2002 and only their third winning season since joining NCAA Division I in 1991. Southeast was one of 15 FCS teams with nine or more wins and achieved its highest national ranking in school history when it ranked seventh in the Sports Network Poll on Nov. 8. The Redhawks went undefeated at home (5-0) for the first time since joining the OVC. An average of 8,342 fans turned out to watch Southeast at home in 2010, an improvement from 5,835 in 2009. That included two crowds over the Houck Stadium capacity of 10,000, including a school record home crowd of 11,126 vs. UT Martin on Oct. 30. The Redhawks took down a top-five opponent for the first time since joining the NCAA Division I ranks when they rallied from an 18-point second-half deficit to upset then-No. 5 Southern Illinois, 24-21, on Sept. 18. Southeast became the first Division I opponent to beat SIU in its brand-new, $25 million Saluki Stadium. The result sent shock waves throughout the FCS. “Nobody expected that,” said Samuel. “It was a great win for the program.”

The win over SIU generated a buzz in the Cape Girardeau area that spread like a wild fire as the season progressed. Increased attendance at football games generated a positive economic effect as local hotels and restaurants filled up with fans. The Redhawks’ resurgence also gave retailers of team apparel a major boost. T-shirts, sweatshirts, jackets and caps flew off the shelves. “We’ve always said when you’re losing, you’re not selling,” commented Laurie Taylor, assistant manager of the Southeast Bookstore. More importantly, the Redhawks brought national noteriety to the city of Cape Girardeau when they landed in the national media. Southeast made the Nov. 4 edition of the USA Today and Henry Harris made the Faces in the Crowd section of Sports Illustrated’s Nov. 22 issue. “It’s always nice to get your name out there, but we have a lot of work to do,” said Samuel. Congratulations to the 2010 Southeast Missouri football team on a remarkable Championship season!

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Overall Record: 9-3 OVC Record: 7-1 2010 OVC Regular-Season Champions and Automatic Qualifier for NCAA Division I Football Championship Final FCS Coaches Poll Ranking: 13th Final Sports Network Poll Ranking: 13th NCAA Division I Football Championship Result: Lost, 37-17, at fifth-seeded and eventual National Champion Eastern Washington in the second round on Dec. 4, 2010 2010 Honors & Awards Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year Tony Samuel AFCA Region 3 Coach of the Year Tony Samuel OVC Roy Kidd Coach of the Year Tony Samuel OVC Offensive Player of the Year Henry Harris, RB

Rimington Award (Top Center in FCS) Sean Middleton Walter Camp Football Foundation All-America Team Henry Harris, RB, First-Team Sports Network All-America Team Henry Harris, RB, First-Team Frank Knights, G, First-Team Tylor Brock, FS, Second-Team Associated Press All-America Team Henry Harris, RB Sean Middleton, C

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Phil Steele All-America Team Henry Harris, RB, First-Team Sean Middleton, C, First-Team Tylor Brock, FS, Second-Team College Sporting News Sweet 63 All-America Team Henry Harris, RB Sean Middleton, C

Bryan Curry, G, First-Team Evan Conrad, OT, First-Team J.J. Sanchez, DT, First-Team Tylor Brock, FS, First-Team Joshua Jackson, LB, Second-Team Justin Woodlief, LB, Second-Team

All-OVC Henry Harris, RB, First-Team Matt Scheible, QB, First-Team Sean Middleton, C, First-Team Frank Knights, G, First-Team

CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-America Team J.J. Sanchez, DT, Second-Team CoSIDA/ESPN Academic All-District Team Matt Scheible, QB, First-Team J.J. Sanchez, DT, First-Team OVC Team Sportsmanship Award Southeast Missouri became only the second school in league history to win a conference regular-season title and the OVC’s Team Sportsmanship Award in the same year. Sports Network National Player of the Week Joshua Jackson, LB (Dec. 6)

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College Sporting News FCS National All-Star of the Week Darrick Borum, LB (Oct. 4)

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FCS College Football Performance Awards Henry Harris, RB Honorable Mention (Sept. 20) Henry Harris, RB Honorable Mention (Sept. 27) Henry Harris, RB Honorable Mention (Oct. 4) Darrick Borum, LB Honorable Mention (Oct. 4) Tylor Brock, DB Honorable Mention (Oct. 4) Henry Harris, RB Honorable Mention (Oct. 11) Drew Geldbach, PK Performer of the Week (Oct. 18) Matt Scheible, QB Honorable Mention (Oct. 25) Henry Harris, RB Honorable Mention (Nov. 7) Justin Woodlief, LB Honorable Mention (Nov. 7) OVC Offensive Player of the Week Matt Scheible, QB (Sept. 12) Henry Harris, RB (Sept. 19) Henry Harris, RB (Sept. 26) Henry Harris, RB (Oct. 3) Henry Harris, RB (Oct. 17) Matt Scheible, QB (Oct. 24)


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Tylor Brock OVC Defensive Player of the Week Aaron Grimes, CB (Sept. 12) Darrick Borum, LB (Oct. 3) Joshua Jackson, LB (Oct. 30) OVC Special Teams Player of the Week Drew Geldbach, K (Sept. 12) Drew Geldbach, K (Oct. 24) 2010 National Rankings Breakdown Sports Network Poll Sept. 20 RV (Received Votes) Sept. 27 RV (Received Votes) Oct. 4 25th Oct. 11 18th Oct. 18 13th Oct. 25 11th Nov. 1 9th Nov. 8 7th Nov. 15 10th Nov. 22 9th Final 13th FCS Coaches Poll Sept. 20 RV (Received Votes) Sept. 27 RV (Received Votes) Oct. 4 RV (Received Votes)

Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Final

20th 13th 11th 10th 8th 10th 8th 13th

Steve Valentino, Dayton Marcus Harris, Murray State

Danny Rocco, Liberty Bob Biggs, UC Davis

2010 Eddie Robinson Award Voting Tony Samuel, Southeast Missouri Mark Hendrickson, Western Illinois Beau Baldwin, Eastern Washington Mike Ayers, Wofford Trent Miles, Indiana State Rob Ash, Montana State Andy Coen, Lehigh Jimmye Laycock, William & Mary Brian Jenkins, Bethune-Cookman Jack Crowe, Jacksonville State Jerry Moore, Appalachian State Kerwin Bell, Jacksonville J.C. Harper, Stephen F. Austin K.C. Keeler, Delaware Al Bagnoli, Penn Joe Walton, Robert Morris Ed Lamb, Southern Utah Reggie Barlow, Alabama State Rick Chamberlain, Dayton Joe Trainer, Rhode Island

2010 NCAA Statistical Team Rankings 1st Sacks Allowed (0.50/game) t1st Least Interceptions Thrown (3) 3rd Rushing Offense (265.1 ypg) 3rd Fourth-Down Efficiency (72.2 pct.) 4th Interceptions (20) 5th Third-Down Efficiency (47.3 pct.) 5th Turnover Margin (1.08) 9th Fewest Yards Penalized Per Game (37.79) 11th Fewest Penalties Per Game (4.5) t12th Turnovers Gained (29) 14th Pass Efficiency Defense (104.96) 16th Pass Defense (164.8 ypg) 20th Time of Possession (32:09) 25th Total Defense (317.1 ypg)

2010 Walter Payton Award Voting Jeremy Moses, Stephen F. Austin Matt Barr, Western Illinois DeAndre Presley, Appalachian State Taiwan Jones, Eastern Washington Henry Harris, Southeast Missouri Nate Eachus, Colgate Denarius McGhee, Montana State Raymond Webber, Ark.-Pine Bluff Casey Therriault, Jackson State Ben Ijalana, Villanova Mike Brown, Liberty Pat Devlin, Delaware Scott Riddle, Elon Chris Whitney, Villanova Tyson Poots, Southern Utah Frank Warren, Grambling State Chris Evans, Samford Kyle Minett, South Dakota State Eric Breitenstein, Wofford Chase Reynolds, Montana

Statistical categories listed only if Southeast ranked among the Top-25 FCS teams.

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RECORD OVERALL ALL GAMES (9-3) CONFERENCE (7-1) NON-CONFERENCE (2-2)

DATE

09-02-10 09-11-10 09-18-10 09-25-10 10-02-10 10-09-10 10-16-10 10-23-10 10-30-10 11-06-10 11-13-10 12-04-10

OPPONENT at Ball State at Murray State* at #5 Southern Illinois TENNESSEE TECH* at Eastern Illinois* TENNESSEE STATE* at Austin Peay* EASTERN KENTUCKY* UT MARTIN* SOUTHWEST BAPTIST at #6 Jacksonville State* at #1 Eastern Washington^

W/L L W W W W W W W W W L L

SCORE 10-27 30-17 24-21 23-21 28-13 19-17 41-24 40-21 24-17 40-14 27-29 17-37

HOME (5-0) (4-0) (1-0)

RECORD 0-1, 0-0 OVC 1-1, 1-0 OVC 2-1, 1-0 OVC 3-1, 2-0 OVC 4-1, 3-0 OVC 5-1, 4-0 OVC 6-1, 5-0 OVC 7-1, 6-0 OVC 8-1, 7-0 OVC 9-1, 7-0 OVC 9-2, 7-1 OVC 9-3, 7-1 OVC

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

NEUTRAL (0-0) (0-0) (0-0) Southeast Missouri Overall Team Statistics

ATTENDANCE 10,753 7,014 13,078 8,732 8,007 10,316 2,917 6,022 11,126 5,513 20,237 3,665

HOME GAMES IN BOLD CAPS * - Ohio Valley Conference Game ^ - NCAA Division I Championship (Second Round)

Final Statistics

Defensive Statistics GP S A T TFL Sacks Int-Yds BrUp FR FF 38 Jackson, Joshua 12 49 36 85 3.5-12 1.0-8 1-10 3 . 2 49 Woodlief, Justin 11 45 32 77 0.5-1 . 4-60 1 . 3 21 Grimes, Aaron 12 42 24 66 2.5-5 . 2-0 6 . . 13 Bowen, Aris 12 36 29 65 3.0-10 . . 2 . . 11 Peiffer, Blake 12 29 30 59 1.0-2 . . 1 1-0 . 23 Brock, Tylor 12 33 23 56 0.5-1 . 6-174 3 . . 39 Borum, Darrick 12 23 25 48 7.5-38 4.0-30 2-37 3 3-0 2 64 Sanchez, J.J. 12 15 32 47 6.0-23 2.0-13 . 1 . . 42 Love, Justin 11 18 24 42 4.0-15 2.0-10 . 1 1-0 1 48 Klaproth, Philip 12 21 17 38 2.5-7 1.0-4 . . . . 72 Lyles, Maurice 12 18 16 34 8.5-15 . . 2 . . 1 Woodard, Abraham 11 17 15 32 . . 2-14 4 . . 44 Adams, Andrew 12 10 13 23 . . . . . . 24 Arkorful, Kweku 11 12 7 19 1.0-1 . 1-18 . . 2 51 Hendry, Steve 12 5 13 18 3.0-25 3.0-25 1-0 1 . . 98 Davis, Frankie 12 9 8 17 1.0-3 . . . . . 5 Ymonice, Wisler 12 4 11 15 . . . . . . 95 Gipson, Josh 7 3 7 10 2.0-10 1.0-9 1-4 . . . 94 Morgan, Johnnie 12 3 7 10 0.5-1 . . . . . 19 Cottner, Kris 12 5 3 8 . . 0. . . . 96 Brame, Courtney 12 3 5 8 1.0-0 . . . . . 25 Grass, Nathan 12 2 5 7 . . . . . . TM TEAM 10 6 . 6 . . . . 1-0 . 36 Geldbach, Drew 12 3 2 5 . . . . . . 37 Nicks, Josh 12 2 1 3 . . . . . . 29 Holmes, Cory 12 1 2 3 . . . . . . 92 Peterson, Trent 9 . 2 2 . . . . 1-0 . 31 McCullough, Sheldon 9 1 1 2 . . . 1 . . 8 Butler, Jaren 4 . 2 2 . . . . . . 35 Worts, Bryant 10 2 . 2 . . . . . . 22 Spann, Branden 6 1 . 1 . . . . . . 41 Alli, Ola 6 . 1 1 . . . . . . 52 Fercho, Brian 9 . 1 1 . . . . . . 69 McCauley, Colt 12 1 . 1 . . . . . . 87 Edwards, Miles 12 1 . 1 . . . . . . 7 West, Taylor 6 1 . 1 . . . . 1-59 . 77 Knights, Frank 12 1 . 1 . . . . . . 60 Gabbard, Brandon 12 . . . . . . . 1-0 . Total.......................... 12 422 394 816 48-169 14-99 20-317 29 9-59 10 Opponents................ 12 473 488 961 75.0-201 6-41 3-16 13 13-0 11

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SEMO OPP SCORING 323 258 Points Per Game 26.9 21.5 FIRST DOWNS 240 228 Rushing 172 114 Passing 55 103 Penalty 13 11 RUSHING YARDAGE 3181 1828 Yards gained rushing 3419 2066 Yards lost rushing 238 238 Rushing Attempts 632 438 Average Per Rush 5.0 4.2 Average Per Game 265.1 152.3 TDs Rushing 31 17 PASSING YARDAGE 1246 1977 Comp-Att-Int 109-182-3 203-348-20 Average Per Pass 6.8 5.7 Average Per Catch 11.4 9.7 Average Per Game 103.8 164.8 TDs Passing 8 11 TOTAL OFFENSE 4427 3805 Total Plays 814 786 Average Per Play 5.4 4.8 Average Per Game 368.9 317.1 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 44-985 54-1399 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 11-62 18-139 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 20-317 3-16 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 22.4 25.9 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 5.6 7.7 INT RETURN AVERAGE 15.9 5.3 FUMBLES-LOST 21-13 19-9 PENALTIES-Yards 54-455 54-435 Average Per Game 37.9 36.2 PUNTS-Yards 48-1709 48-1925 Average Per Punt 35.6 40.1 Net punt average 31.5 35.5 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 32:09 27:51 3RD-DOWN Conversions 80/169 72/167 3rd-Down Pct 47% 43% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 13/18 13/22 4th-Down Pct 72% 59% SACKS BY-Yards 14-99 6-41 MISC YARDS 0 4 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 42 32 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 12-17 12-15 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-0 0-2 RED-ZONE SCORES 40-51 78% 29-36 81% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS 32-51 63% 21-36 58% PAT-ATTEMPTS 33-38 87% 30-31 97% ATTENDANCE 41709 65671 Games/Avg Per Game 5/8342 7/9382 Neutral Site Games - 0/0 SCORE BY QUARTER 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Southeast Missouri 85 65 82 91 - 323 Opponents 70 50 79 59 - 258


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GP Harris, Henry 12 Scheible, Matt 12 Jones, Mike 12 Edwards, Miles 12 Grass, Nathan 12 Cox, Cedric 12 Celestin, Renard 12 Nicks, Josh 12 TEAM 10 Total.................... 12 Opponents.......... 12

A 305 169 86 14 26 6 4 3 19 632 438

Gain 1808 972 390 109 93 28 15 4 0 3419 2066

Passing GP Effic Scheible, Matt 12 128.61 Total.................. 12 128.61 Opponents....... 12 104.99 Receiving GP Ahamefule, C. 12 Edwards, Miles 12 Harris, Henry 12 Cox, Cedric 12 Jones, Mike 12 Brown, Bradley 12 King, Aaron 12 Grass, Nathan 12 Foster, D.J. 9 Mueller, Art 4 Bell, Matt 8 Total..................12 Opponents.......12

No 26 25 19 13 8 7 3 3 3 1 1 109 203

Loss Net 73 1735 85 887 28 362 12 97 9 84 3 25 0 15 1 3 27 -27 238 3181 238 1828

Cmp-Att-Int 109-182-3 109-182-3 203-348-20 Yds 357 317 183 122 61 83 41 36 30 18 -2 1246 1977

Avg 13.7 12.7 9.6 9.4 7.6 11.9 13.7 12.0 10.0 18.0 -2.0 11.4 9.7

Field Goals FGM-A Pct 01-19 Geldbach, Drew 12-17 70.6 0-0

Avg 5.7 5.2 4.2 6.9 3.2 4.2 3.8 1.0 -1.4 5.0 4.2

TD 18 7 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 31 17

Pct Yds 59.9 1246 59.9 1246 58.3 1977 TD 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 8 11

Long 67 60 28 37 8 8 7 3 0 67 56

TD 8 8 11

Long 51 39 34 27 13 31 22 23 19 18 0 51 60

Avg/G 144.6 73.9 30.2 8.1 7.0 2.1 1.2 0.2 -2.7 265.1 152.3

Long 51 51 60

Avg/G 103.8 103.8 164.8

Avg/G 29.8 26.4 15.2 10.2 5.1 6.9 3.4 3.0 3.3 4.5 -0.2 103.8 164.8

Kick Returns No. Harris, Henry 28 Cottner, Kris 7 Coleman, Josh 5 Woodard, Abraham 3 Grass, Nathan 1 Total............................44 Opponents.................54

Yds 691 137 90 63 4 985 1399

Avg 24.7 19.6 18.0 21.0 4.0 22.4 25.9

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

Long 71 31 26 23 4 71 98

Fumble Returns No. West, Taylor 1 Total..............................1 Opponents...................0

Yds 59 59 0

Avg 59.0 59.0 0.0

TD 0 0 0

Long 59 59 0

Total Offense G Scheible, Matt 12 Harris, Henry 12 Jones, Mike 12 Edwards, Miles 12 Grass, Nathan 12 Cox, Cedric 12 Celestin, Renard 12 Nicks, Josh 12 TEAM 10 Total............................12 Opponents.................12

Plays 351 305 86 14 26 6 4 3 19 814 786

Rush 887 1735 362 97 84 25 15 3 -27 3181 1828

Pass 1246 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1246 1977

Total 2133 1735 362 97 84 25 15 3 -27 4427 3805

Final Statistics

Rushing

Avg/G 177.8 144.6 30.2 8.1 7.0 2.1 1.2 0.2 -2.7 368.9 317.1

20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk 2-3 5-7 4-6 1-1 53 1

Punting No. Vucic, Joe 46 TEAM 2 Total...................... 48 Opponents........... 48

Yds 1709 0 1709 1925

Avg 37.2 0.0 35.6 40.1

Long 59 0 59 86

TB 3 0 3 8

FC 12 0 12 7

I20 Blkd 10 2 0 0 10 2 21 0

Kickoffs No. Geldbach, Drew 64 Total...................... 64 Opponents........... 54

Yds 3600 3600 3256

Avg 56.2 56.2 60.3

TB 3 3 5

OB 3 3 4

Retn - 1399 985

Net Ydln - 33.5 36 40.2 29

Punt Returns No. Woodard, Abraham 9 Coleman, Josh 1 McCullough, Sheldon 1 Total............................11 Opponents.................18

Yds 62 0 0 62 139

Avg 6.9 0.0 0.0 5.6 7.7

TD 0 0 0 0 0

Long 14 0 0 14 27

Interceptions No. Brock, Tylor 6 Woodlief, Justin 4 Woodard, Abraham 2 Grimes, Aaron 2 Borum, Darrick 2 Jackson, Joshua 1 Hendry, Steve 1 Arkorful, Kweku 1 Gipson, Josh 1 Total............................20 Opponents...................3

Yds 174 60 14 0 37 10 0 18 4 317 16

Avg 29.0 15.0 7.0 0.0 18.5 10.0 0.0 18.0 4.0 15.9 5.3

TD 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 0

Long 67 41 14 0 19 10 0 18 4 67 8

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PATs Scoring TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Harris, Henry 19 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 Geldbach, Drew 0 12-17 33-38 0-0 0 Scheible, Matt 7 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 Jones, Mike 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Grass, Nathan 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Brock, Tylor 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Cox, Cedric 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Ahamefule, C. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Brown, Bradley 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Foster, D.J. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Edwards, Miles 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Jackson, Joshua 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 Total.................... 42 12-17 33-38 1-2 0 Opponents.........32 12-15 30-31 0-0 0

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All-Purpose GP Harris, Henry 12 Scheible, Matt 12 Jones, Mike 12 Edwards, Miles 12 Ahamefule, C. 12 Brock, Tylor 12 Cox, Cedric 12 Woodard, Abraham 11 Cottner, Kris 12 Grass, Nathan 12 Coleman, Josh 10 Brown, Bradley 12 Woodlief, Justin 11 King, Aaron 12 Borum, Darrick 12 Foster, D.J. 9 Mueller, Art 4 Arkorful, Kweku 11 Celestin, Renard 12 Jackson, Joshua 12 Gipson, Josh 7 Nicks, Josh 12 Bell, Matt 8 TEAM 10 Total.......................12 Opponents............12

FG Sequence Ball State Murray State Southern Illinois Tennessee Tech Eastern Illinois Tennessee State Austin Peay Eastern Kentucky UT Martin Southwest Baptist Jacksonville State Eastern Washington

Rush 1735 887 362 97 0 0 25 0 0 84 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 3 0 -27 3181 1828

Rec 183 0 61 317 357 0 122 0 0 36 0 83 0 41 0 30 18 0 0 0 0 0 -2 0 1246 1977

PR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 62 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 62 139

Southeast Missouri (53) (40),(47),(37) (34),27 (24),44 - 40 (46),(47) (32),(30) (24) 35 38 (34)

Pass 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-1 KOR IR 691 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 174 0 0 63 14 137 0 4 0 90 0 0 0 0 60 0 0 0 37 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 0 0 10 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 985 317 1399 16

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

Tot 2609 887 423 414 357 174 147 139 137 124 90 83 60 41 37 30 18 18 15 10 4 3 -2 -27 5791 5359

Opponents (29),(17) (42) 44 (33),(32) (42) 38,(27) 38,(28) (34),(42),(25) (39)

Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

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

Pts 114 69 44 24 18 12 12 6 6 6 6 6 323 258 Avg/G 217.4 73.9 35.2 34.5 29.8 14.5 12.2 12.6 11.4 10.3 9.0 6.9 5.5 3. 3.1 3.3 4.5 1.6 1.2 0.8 0.6 0.2 -0.2 -2.7 482.6 446.6

Individual Game Highs Rushes 35 Yards Rushing 293 TD Rushes 3 Long Rush 67 Pass attempts 22 Pass completions 13 Yards Passing 177 TD Passes 3 Long Pass 51 Receptions 8 Yards Receiving 100 TD Receptions 1 Long Reception 51 Field Goals 3 Long Field Goal 53 Punts 6 Punting Avg 50.0 Long Punt 59 Long Punt Return 14 Long Kickoff Return 71 Tackles 15 Sacks 2.0 Tackles For Loss 3.0 Interceptions 2

Harris, Henry at Austin Peay (10-16-10) Harris, Henry vs Southwest Baptist (11-06-10) Harris, Henry vs Southwest Baptist (11-06-10) Harris, Henry at Austin Peay (10-16-10) Harris, Henry vs Southwest Baptist (11-06-10) Harris, Henry at Southern Illinois (09-18-10) Scheible, Matt at Jacksonville State (11-13-10) Scheible, Matt vs Tennessee Tech (09-25-10) Scheible, Matt at Jacksonville State (11-13-10) Scheible, Matt vs Eastern Kentucky (10-23-10) Scheible, Matt vs Eastern Kentucky (10-23-10) Scheible, Matt vs Eastern Kentucky (10-23-10) Harris, Henry at Ball State (09-02-10) Edwards, Miles at Murray State (09-11-10) Eight Times Ahamefule, C. vs Eastern Kentucky (10-23-10) Geldbach, Drew at Murray State (09-11-10) Geldbach, Drew at Ball State (09-02-10) Vucic, Joe vs UT Martin (10-30-10) Vucic, Joe at Eastern Washington (12-04-10) Vucic, Joe vs Tennessee Tech (09-25-10) Vucic, Joe vs Tennessee Tech (09-25-10) Woodard, Abraham vs Tennessee State (10-09-10) Woodard, Abraham vs Southwest Baptist (11-06-10) Harris, Henry at Austin Peay (10-16-10) Jackson, Joshua at Eastern Washington (12-04-10) Borum, Darrick at Eastern Illinois (10-02-10) Borum, Darrick at Eastern Illinois (10-02-10) Brock, Tylor at Eastern Illinois (10-02-10) Woodlief, Justin vs Southwest Baptist (11-06-10)

Team Game Highs Rushes 72 Yards Rushing 445 Yards Per Rush 6.3 TD Rushes 5 Pass attempts 22 Pass completions 13 Yards Passing 177 Yards Per Pass 17.7 TD Passes 3 Total Plays 87 Total Offense 493 Yards Per Play 6.5 Points 41 Sacks By 3 First Downs 31 Penalties 9 Penalty Yards 106 Turnovers 4 Interceptions By 4

vs Southwest Baptist (11-06-10) vs Southwest Baptist (11-06-10) vs Tennessee State (10-09-10) at Austin Peay (10-16-10) at Jacksonville State (11-13-10) vs Tennessee Tech (09-25-10) at Jacksonville State (11-13-10) vs Eastern Kentucky (10-23-10) vs Eastern Kentucky (10-23-10) vs Eastern Kentucky (10-23-10) vs Tennessee Tech (09-25-10) vs Southwest Baptist (11-06-10) vs Eastern Kentucky (10-23-10) at Austin Peay (10-16-10) at Southern Illinois (09-18-10) at Eastern Illinois (10-02-10) vs UT Martin (10-30-10) vs Tennessee Tech (09-25-10) at Eastern Washington (12-04-10) at Eastern Washington (12-04-10) at Eastern Washington (12-04-10) at Eastern Illinois (10-02-10) vs Eastern Kentucky (10-23-10)

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Primary-Asst Jackson, Joshua 49-36 Woodlief, Justin 45-32 Grimes, Aaron 42-24 Bowen, Aris 36-29 Peiffer, Blake 29-30 Brock, Tylor 33-23 Borum, Darrick 23-25 Sanchez, J.J. 15-32 Love, Justin 18-24 Klaproth, Philip 21-17 Lyles, Maurice 18-16 Woodard, Abraham 17-15 Adams, Andrew 10-13 Arkorful, Kweku 12-7 Hendry, Steve 5-13 Davis, Frankie 9-8 Ymonice, Wisler 4-11 Gipson, Josh 3-7 Morgan, Johnnie 3-7 Brame, Courtney 3-5 Cottner, Kris 5-3 Grass, Nathan 2-5 TEAM 6-0 Geldbach, Drew 3-2 Holmes, Cory 1-2 Nicks, Josh 2-1 Butler, Jaren 0-2 Peterson, Trent 0-2 Worts, Bryant 2-0 McCullough, Sheldon 1-1 Fercho, Brian 0-1 West, Taylor 1-0 Knights, Frank 1-0 Edwards, Miles 1-0 Spann, Branden 1-0 McCauley, Colt 1-0 Alli, Ola 0-1

Total BSU 85 3-10 77 7-6 66 4-4 65 2-3 59 2-2 56 3-3 48 1-3 47 2-8 42 DNP 38 2-3 34 - 32 0-3 23 0-6 19 0-1 18 - 17 1-1 15 1-3 10 0-4 10 0-2 8 1-0 8 0-1 7 0-2 6 - 5 0-1 3 - 3 - 2 0-2 2 DNP 2 - 2 DNP 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 -

MUR 4-5 1-2 6-8 4-6 0-2 0-7 1-3 0-3 3-7 3-2 1-2 0-2 0-2 - 1-0 2-3 1-1 1-2 - - - 0-1 - 1-1 0-1 - - DNP - DNP DNP DNP - - - - DNP

SIU 2-1 4-3 2-0 6-3 2-1 4-3 2-1 2-2 2-3 3-1 2-1 0-2 1-3 - 1-0 2-1 1-1 DNP - - 1-0 - - 1-0 - 0-1 - DNP - 0-1 DNP DNP - - DNP - DNP

TTU 4-0 2-3 4-0 5-1 - 2-0 0-2 1-1 3-1 0-1 3-0 - 1-0 - 0-1 - - DNP 1-0 - 1-0 - 1-0 - - 1-0 DNP - - - DNP DNP - - - - DNP

EIU 3-3 6-5 4-3 2-3 - 3-1 7-3 3-2 2-0 0-2 1-0 6-1 1-0 - 1-1 1-1 0-1 - 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 1-0 - - - DNP - 1-0 - - DNP - - 1-0 - -

TSU 3-2 3-2 2-0 3-1 3-5 2-4 1-6 0-3 1-3 2-3 3-0 3-4 - - 0-1 - - 1-0 0-1 0-1 - 1-0 - 1-0 - - DNP - - - - DNP - 1-0 DNP - DNP

APSU 4-5 5-2 3-0 0-1 5-3 3-1 - 0-2 3-3 1-0 1-3 4-0 - 1-0 0-2 1-1 - - 0-1 - 1-1 - - - - - DNP - - - 0-1 - - - DNP - -

EKU 3-1 3-2 2-3 2-3 0-5 - 1-1 0-2 0-2 2-1 0-2 3-0 1-0 - 0-3 - 1-1 - 1-0 - - 1-0 4-0 - - - DNP - 1-0 - - - - - DNP - -

UTM 6-1 DNP 3-2 2-2 6-2 5-2 4-4 3-4 2-2 1-0 1-1 - 1-1 DNP - - 0-1 1-1 - 1-2 0-1 - - - - - DNP - - - - - - - DNP - DNP

SBU 2-2 3-0 1-0 1-1 5-4 3-0 - 2-0 0-1 6-2 3-1 - 4-1 5-0 2-0 0-1 - DNP 1-0 0-1 1-0 - - - - - DNP 0-2 DNP 1-0 - 1-0 - - - - -

JSU 3-3 2-3 10-3 5-1 5-6 5-2 0-2 1-4 1-0 1-0 3-2 DNP - 5-5 0-5 1-0 0-2 DNP 0-2 - - - - - 1-1 - - - DNP DNP - DNP - - DNP 1-0 0-1

EWU 12-3 9-4 1-1 4-4 1-0 3-0 6-0 1-1 1-2 0-2 0-4 1-3 1-0 1-1 1-0 0-1 DNP 0-1 0-1 1-0 DNP 1-0 DNP

Participation Chart No. Name GP/GS 44 Adams, Andrew 12/2 83 Ahamefule, Chantae 12/12 41 Alli, Ola 6/0 24 Arkorful, Kweku 11/0 81 Bell, Matt 8/0 68 Blagajcevic, Armin 3/0 39 Borum, Darrick 12/11 13 Bowen, Aris 12/12 96 Brame, Courtney 12/1 23 Brock, Tylor 12/12 85 Brown, Bradley 12/11 8 Butler, Jaren 4/0 28 Celestin, Renard 12/0 32 Coleman, Josh 10/0 74 Conrad, Evan 12/12 19 Cottner, Kris 12/0 82 Cox, Cedric 12/1 59 Curry, Bryan 12/12 98 Davis, Frankie 12/0 73 Duggins, Chris 11/0 87 Edwards, Miles 12/11 52 Fercho, Brian 9/0 80 Foster, D.J. 9/1 60 Gabbard, Brandon 12/0 36 Geldbach, Drew 12/0 95 Gipson, Josh 7/1 25 Grass, Nathan 12/0 21 Grimes, Aaron 12/12 70 Harris, Brandon 12/12 2 Harris, Henry 12/12 51 Hendry, Steve 12/11 29 Holmes, Cory 12/0 97 Hubert, Kyle 11/1 27 Jones, Mike 12/9 89 King, Aaron 12/1 48 Klaproth, Philip 12/3 77 Knights, Frank 12/12 42 Love, Justin 11/11 72 Lyles, Maurice 12/12 69 McCauley, Colt 12/1 31 McCullough, Sheldon 9/0 63 Middleton, Sean 12/12 94 Morgan, Johnnie 12/0 84 Mueller, Art 4/2 37 Nicks, Josh 12/0 11 Peiffer, Blake 12/6 92 Peterson, Trent 9/0 64 Sanchez, J.J. 12/12 18 Scheible, Matt 12/12 57 Shannon, Matt 1/0 22 Spann, Branden 6/0 33 Vucic, Joe 12/0 78 Watson, Chris 9/1 7 West, Taylor 6/0 1 Woodard, Abraham 11/11 49 Woodlief, Justin 11/5 35 Worts, Bryant 10/0 5 Ymonice, Wisler 12/0

Final Statistics

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Borum, Derrick Hendry, Steve Sanchez, J.J. Love, Justin Gipson, Josh Jackson, Joshua Klaproth, Philip

No. 4.0 3.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0

Yds 30 25 13 10 9 8 4

Tackles For Loss Lyles, Maurice Borum, Darrick Sanchez, J.J. Love, Justin Jackson, Joshua Bowen, Aris Hendry, Steve Klaproth, Philip Grimes, Aaron Gipson, Josh Davis, Frankie Peiffer, Blake Arkorful, Kweku Brame, Courtney Brock, Tylor Woodlief, Justin Morgan, Johnnie

No. 8.5 7.5 6.0 4.0 3.5 3.0 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.5 0.5 0.5

Yds 15 38 23 15 12 10 25 7 5 10 3 2 1 0 1 1 1

Interceptions No. Brock, Tylor..............................6 Woodlief, Justin........................4 Borum, Darrick.........................2 Woodard, Abraham..................2 Grimes, Aaron..........................2 Arkorful, Kweku........................1 Jackson, Joshua......................1 Gipson, Josh............................1 Hendry, Steve...........................1

Yds 174 60 37 14 0 18 10 4 0

Forced Fumbles Woodlief, Justin......................... 3 Borum, Darrick.......................... 2 Arkorful, Kweku......................... 2 Jackson, Joshua....................... 2 Love, Justin............................... 1

Fumble Recoveries No. Borum, Darrick.......................... 3 West, Taylor.............................. 1 Peiffer, Blake............................. 1 Love, Justin............................... 1 Peterson, Trent.......................... 1 Gabbard, Brandon..................... 1 TEAM........................................ 1

Yds 0 59 0 0 0 0 0

Pass Breakups Grimes, Aaron..........................6 Adams, Andrew........................4 Jackson, Joshua......................3 Brock, Tylor..............................3 Borum, Darrick.........................3 Bowen, Aris..............................2 Lyles, Maurice..........................2 Woodlief, Justin........................1 Peiffer, Blake............................1 Sanchez, J.J.............................1 Love, Justin..............................1 Hendry, Steve...........................1 McCullough, Sheldon...............1

Comparison Statistics

FIRST DOWNS RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Return Date Opponent Score Total Rush Pass Pen No.-Yds Comp-Att-Int Yds Plays-Yds Yds TOs 09-02-10 Ball State 10-27 15/23 7/18 6/5 2/0 29-125/55-243 12-18-0/10-17-1 112/85 47-237/72-328 81/95 3/1 09-11-10 Murray State 30-17 23/19 17/3 5/15 1/1 61-291/20-48 12-17-0/38-54-1 140/245 78-431/74-293 76/144 0/1 09-18-10 Southern Illinois 24-21 21/18 12/14 7/3 2/1 48-228/46-172 12-19-0/6-12-2 163/83 67-391/58-255 94/181 1/3 09-25-10 Tennessee Tech 23-21 31/17 23/6 7/11 1/0 69-353/26-129 13-18-0/13-21-0 114/246 87-467/47-375 21/74 2/1 10-02-10 Eastern Illinois 28-13 16/19 15/7 1/11 0/1 46-277/35-100 7-10-0/20-33-4 41/163 56-318/68-263 166/112 1/5 10-09-10 Tennessee State 19-17 21/20 17/10 4/9 0/1 62-390/33-152 5-11-1/16-28-1 49/147 73-439/61-299 152/91 2/1 10-16-10 Austin Peay 41-24 23/21 19/11 3/8 1/2 66-297/31-171 9-17-0/16-32-1 80/182 83-377/63-353 248/63 1/3 10-23-10 Eastern Kentucky 40-21 22/14 16/4 6/9 0/1 53-231/25-101 9-10-0/13-27-4 177/163 63-408/52-264 102/228 0/4 10-30-10 UT Martin 24-17 15/12 7/9 5/3 3/0 49-149/40-154 5-12-0/13-24-1 108/67 61-257/64-221 8/160 0/2 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 40-14 29/21 26/9 2/11 1/1 72-445/36-171 6-13-0/19-40-3 48/196 85-493/76-367 148/139 1/3 11-13-10 Jacksonville State 27-29 16/22 7/12 8/10 1/0 37-196/49-170 13-22-0/18-26-1 145/222 59-341/75-392 121/191 1/3 12-04-10 Eastern Washington 17-37 8/22 6/11 1/8 1/3 40-199/42-217 6-15-2/21-34-1 69/178 55-268/76-395 206/76 4/2

Final Statistics

Date 09-02-10 09-11-10 09-18-10 09-25-10 10-02-10 10-09-10 10-16-10 10-23-10 10-30-10 11-06-10 11-13-10 12-04-10

Opponent Ball State Murray State Southern Illinois Tennessee Tech Eastern Illinois Tennessee State Austin Peay Eastern Kentucky UT Martin Southwest Baptist Jacksonville State Eastern Washington

3rd Down Conv 5-10/7-15 9-17/7-18 9-15/3-9 10-16/4-10 4-10/4-13 10-17/6-12 9-16/6-14 4-11/4-10 4-13/6-17 7-17/11-18 6-13/8-16 3-14/6-15

4th Down Conv 0-0/2-2 1-1/2-4 0-0/0-0 1-1/0-0 0-1/0-2 1-2/0-0 1-1/2-3 2-2/1-2 0-1/2-2 5-6/0-2 0-0/2-2 2-3/2-3

Time of Possession 21:41/38:19 36:47/23:13 31:13/28:47 37:35/22:25 26:48/33:12 36:09/23:51 35:50/24:10 34:34/25:26 31:27/28:33 40:00/20:00 27:01/32:59 26:40/33:20

TOP Margin -16:38 13:34 2:26 15:10 -6:24 12:18 11:40 9:08 2:54 20:00 -5:58 -6:40

Avg Yds Per Rush 4.3/4.4 4.8/2.4 4.8/3.7 5.1/5.0 6.0/2.9 6.3/4.6 4.5/5.5 4.4/4.0 3.0/3.8 6.2/4.8 5.3/3.5 5.0/5.2

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Avg Yds Per Pass 6.2/5.0 8.2/4.5 8.6/6.9 6.3/11.7 4.1/4.9 4.5/5.2 4.7/5.7 17.7/6.0 9.0/2.8 3.7/4.9 6.6/8.5 4.6/5.2

Avg Yds Per Play 5.0/4.6 5.5/4.0 5.8/4.4 5.4/8.0 5.7/3.9 6.0/4.9 4.5/5.6 6.5/5.1 4.2/3.5 5.8/4.8 5.8/5.2 4.9/5.2

Punting No.-Avg 4-31.5/3-50.3 4-39.0/5-42.0 3-36.7/4-33.5 2-50.0/4-30.8 5-36.4/4-50.2 2-31.5/5-46.0 4-37.2/3-32.0 3-43.0/3-45.3 6-31.5/6-42.7 3-37.3/4-36.0 6-32.5/2-28.0 6-33.0/5-37.6

Penalties No.-Yds 6-35/7-47 3-15/2-25 5-24/5-18 5-25/6-20 7-57/5-43 5-39/5-34 4-51/4-35 3-25/3-20 1-5/4-45 2-30/4-40 4-43/5-53 9-106/4-55


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Drives In Scoring Total Southeast Inside Opp. 20 Red Zone Scores % TDs Pts. Ball State 1 1 1.00 1 7 Murray State 4 4 1.00 2 20 Southern Illinois 5 3 60.0 2 17 Tennessee Tech 5 4 80.0 3 23 Eastern Illinois 4 3 75.0 3 21 Tennessee State 3 2 66.7 2 13 Austin Peay 6 5 83.3 5 35 Eastern Kentucky 4 4 1.00 2 20 UT Martin 4 4 1.00 3 24 Southwest Baptist 6 4 66.7 4 27 Jacksonville State 5 4 80.0 4 27 Eastern Washington 4 2 50.0 1 10 Totals 51 40 78.4 32 244 Drives In Scoring Total Opp. Inside Southeast 20 Red Zone Scores % TDs Pts. Ball State 5 5 1.00 3 27 Murray State 3 2 33.3 2 14 Southern Illinois 2 1 50.0 1 7 Tennessee Tech 2 2 1.00 2 14 Eastern Illinois 3 3 1.00 1 13 Tennessee State 2 2 1.00 2 14 Austin Peay 2 2 1.00 1 10 Eastern Kentucky 1 1 1.00 1 7 UT Martin 2 2 1.00 1 10 Southwest Baptist 3 0 0.00 0 0 Jacksonville State 5 5 1.00 3 26 Eastern Washington 6 4 66.7 4 27 Totals 36 29 80.6 21 169 Offensive Starters WR/TE WR/TE LT LG Ball State Edwards, WR Brown, TE Conrad Knights Murray State Edwards, WR Brown, TE Conrad Knights Southern Illinois Mueller, TE Brown, TE Conrad Knights Tennessee Tech Edwards, WR Brown, TE Conrad Knights Eastern Illinois Edwards, WR Brown, TE Conrad Knights Tennessee State Edwards, WR Hubert, TE Conrad Knights Austin Peay Edwards, WR Brown, TE Conrad Knights Eastern Kentucky Edwards, WR Brown, TE Conrad Knights UT Martin Edwards, WR Brown, TE Conrad Knights Southwest Baptist Edwards, WR Brown, TE Conrad Knights Jacksonville State Edwards, WR Brown, TE Conrad Knights Eastern Washington Edwards, WR Brown, TE Conrad Knights Defensive Starters Ball State Murray State Southern Illinois Tennessee Tech Eastern Illinois Tennessee State Austin Peay Eastern Kentucky UT Martin Southwest Baptist Jacksonville State Eastern Washington

LDE Gipson Hendry Hendry Hendry Hendry Hendry Hendry Hendry Hendry Hendry Hendry Hendry

Game-by-Game Scoring Date Opponent 09-02-10 at Ball State 09-11-10 at Murray State 09-18-10 at Southern Illinois 09-25-10 Tennessee Tech 10-02-10 at Eastern Illinois 10-09-10 Tennessee State 10-16-10 at Austin Peay 10-23-10 Eastern Kentucky 10-30-10 UT Martin 11-06-10 Southwest Baptist 11-13-10 at Jacksonville State 12-04-10 at Eastern Washington Totals

1 7 7 3 7 7 0 0 20 0 20 7 7 85

DT Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez Sanchez 2 0 3 0 3 0 19 13 0 10 7 0 10 65

NT Lyles Lyles Lyles Lyles Lyles Lyles Lyles Lyles Lyles Lyles Lyles Lyles

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI 1H 3 4 2H 7 0 3 3 10 10 10 20 3 7 14 21 10 7 6 13 7 14 7 21 19 0 0 0 13 14 14 28 20 17 3 20 10 0 14 14 27 6 7 13 7 7 13 20 17 0 0 0 150 82 91 173

RDE Brame Love Love Love Love Love Love Love Love Love Love Love OT - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Made FGs 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 8

Missed FGs TO Downs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 4

Avg. GOAL-TO-GO Points Drives TDs TD % 7.0 0 0 0.00 5.0 2 2 1.00 5.7 1 1 1.00 5.8 4 3 75.0 7.0 4 4 1.00 6.5 2 1 50.0 7.0 5 5 1.00 5.0 1 1 1.00 6.0 2 2 1.00 6.8 2 1 50.0 6.8 2 2 1.00 5.0 1 1 1.00 6.2 26 23 88.4

FGs 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Made FGs 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 8

Missed FGs TO Downs 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 4

Avg. GOAL-TO-GO Points Drives TDs TD % 5.4 5 3 60.0 7.0 1 1 1.00 7.0 1 1 1.00 7.0 0 0 0.00 4.3 0 0 0.00 7.0 2 2 1.00 5.0 0 0 0.00 7.0 1 1 1.00 5.0 1 1 1.00 0.0 1 0 0.00 5.2 1 1 1.00 6.8 4 3 75.0 5.8 17 13 76.5

FGs 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3

C Middleton Middleton Middleton Middleton Middleton Middleton Middleton Middleton Middleton Middleton Middleton Middleton

RG Curry Curry Curry Curry Curry Curry Curry Curry Curry Curry Curry Curry

RT Harris, B. Harris, B. Harris, B. Harris, B. Harris, B. Harris, B. Harris, B. Harris, B. Harris, B. Harris, B. Harris, B. Harris, B.

QB Scheible Scheible Scheible Scheible Scheible Scheible Scheible Scheible Scheible Scheible Scheible Scheible

RB Harris, H. Harris, H. Harris, H. Harris, H. Harris, H. Harris, H. Harris, H. Harris, H. Harris, H. Harris, H. Harris, H. Harris, H.

FB/WR/TE Jones, FB Mueller, TE Jones, FB Jones, FB Jones, FB Cox, WR Jones, FB Jones, FB Jones, FB Jones, FB Jones, FB Foster, WR

WR Ahamefule Ahamefule Ahamefule Ahamefule Ahamefule Ahamefule Ahamefule Ahamefule Ahamefule Ahamefule Ahamefule Ahamefule

LB Adams Borum Borum Borum Borum Borum Borum Borum Borum Borum Borum Borum

LB Woodlief Peiffer Woodlief Klaproth Woodlief Peiffer Peiffer Adams Peiffer Peiffer Peiffer Woodlief

LB Jackson Jackson Klaproth Jackson Klaproth Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson Jackson

LCB Grimes Grimes Grimes Grimes Grimes Grimes Grimes Grimes Grimes Grimes Grimes Grimes

S (Rover) Bowen Bowen Bowen Bowen Bowen Bowen Bowen Bowen Bowen Bowen Bowen Bowen

RCB Woodard Woodard Woodard Woodard Woodard Woodard Woodard Woodard Woodard Woodard Arkorful Woodard

FS Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock Brock

2 0 3 7 0 3 3 0 14 0 0 10 10 50

OPPONENTS 3 4 2H 17 3 20 7 0 7 7 0 7 7 7 14 0 3 3 7 7 14 10 0 10 7 0 7 7 10 17 0 0 0 3 16 19 7 13 20 79 59 138

TOT 10 30 24 23 28 19 41 40 24 40 27 17 323

1 7 7 7 7 7 0 14 0 0 14 0 7 70

1H 7 10 14 7 10 3 14 14 0 14 10 17 120

OT - - - - - - - - - - - - -

TOT 27 17 21 21 13 17 24 21 17 14 29 37 258

Miscellaneous Statistics

POINT DIFFERENTIAL -17 +13 +3 +2 +15 +2 +17 +19 +7 +26 -2 -20 +65

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kicker to make a 53-yard field goal in as many years. Doug Spada also connected from 53 yards out at UT Martin on Sept. 26, 2009. McGarvey’s 17-yard field goal with 5:40 left in the game polished off Ball State’s 27-10 seasonopening win. Ball State struck first in a rundominated opening quarter. Williams carried the ball six times for 31 yards to help get the Cardinals to the Southeast-18. Two plays later, Sykes took the handoff and scored on a 9-yard run to grab Ball State a 7-0 lead at the 8:55 mark. The Cardinals ran the ball on 10 of their first 11 plays of the season. Southeast, like the Cardinals, also started strong. The Redhawks took over on downs at their own 27-yardline and used two big third-down conversions to keep their first drive alive. Henry Harris ran for a first down on a 3rd-and-2 and Matt Scheible completed a 10-yard pass to Harris on a 3rd-and-5. Scheible completed another pass to Harris, this time for 11 yards, to give Southeast a first down at the Ball State-11. On the next play, Mike Jones hit paydirt to tie the game at 7-7 with 3:21 remaining. Jones’ 11-yard run marked the Redhawks first touchdown against an NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly I-A) opponent since 2006 (at Arkansas). Offensively, Ball State outgained Southeast, 259-142, on the ground. Harris had a big night for the Redhawks, piling up 137 all-purpose yards. He had 50 yards on 11 carries and caught a career-high eight passes for 82 yards. Harris also added five yards on kick returns.

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Score by Quarters Southeast Missouri Ball State Scoring Summary 1st 08:55 BALL 03:21 SEMO 3rd 08:45 BALL 04:53 BALL 00:48 BALL 4th 11:27 SEMO 05:40 BALL

1 7 7

2 0 0

3 0 17

4 3 3

Score 10 27

Record: 0-1 Record: 1-0

Sykes 9 yd run (McGarvey kick) Jones 11 yd run (Geldbach kick) Williams 1 yd run (McGarvey kick) Sykes 12 yd run (McGarvey kick) McGarvey 29 yd field goal Geldbach 53 yd field goal McGarvey 17 yd field goal

First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interceptions-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

SEMO 15 29-125 112 12-18-0 47-237 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-76-0 1-5-0 4-31.5 3-3 6-35 21:41 5-10 0-0 1-1 1-6

BALL 23 55-243 85 10-17-1 72-328 0-0-0 2-10-0 3-85-0 0-0-0 3-50.3 2-0 7-47 38:19 7-15 2-2 5-5 1-12

GAME 1

MUNCIE, Ind. - Ball State scored 17 unanswered points in the third quarter to key a 27-10 victory over Southeast Missouri in front of a crowd of 10,753 at Scheumann Stadium. Southeast and Ball State were tied, 7-7, at halftime before the Cardinals scored two touchdowns in a span of 4:32 early in the second half. “We had a great first half and I thought our kids came ready to play,” said Southeast head coach Tony Samuel. “The third quarter was the difference. Overall, I was proud of the way we played.” Southeast had the ball first in the second half, but was forced to punt. The Cardinals, after taking over on downs at their own 49, marched 51 yards in nine plays to take the lead. Eric Williams and Cory Sykes combined for 36 rushing yards, with Williams capping the drive on a 1-yard plunge at the 8:45 mark. On the first play of the Redhawks next possession, Cedric Cox fumbled the ball into the hands of Robert Eddins at Southeast’s 39-yardline. Eight plays later, Sykes scored his second rushing touchdown on a 12-yard run with 4:53 left. Southeast was forced to punt again, but Briggs Orsbon came free up the middle to block Joe Vucic’s kick. The Cardinals were held to a 29-yard field goal by Ian McGarvey which extended their lead to 24-7 with 2:30 remaining in the third quarter. Southeast’s only points in the second half came via a 53-yard field goal by Drew Geldbach. Geldbach, who split the uprights on his first career field goal attempt, was the second Redhawk

Rushing: SEMO - Harris, Henry 11-50; Jones, Mike 7-38; Scheible, Matt 7-28; Cox, Cedric 2-12; Edwards, Miles 1--1. BALL - Williams, Eric 20-105; Sykes, Cory 14-70; Lewis, MiQuale 13-42; Brown, David 5-31; TEAM 1--1; Page, Kelly 2--4. Passing: SEMO - Scheible, Matt 12-18-0-112; Page, Kelly 10-17-1-85. Receiving: SEMO - Harris, Henry 8-82; Edwards, Miles 2-18; Jones, Mike 1-9; Ahamefule, Chantae 1-3. BALL - Brown, Otis 4-30; Ifft, Daniel 1-14; Gibson, Torieal 1-12; Schneider, D. 1-9; Mershman, Aaron 1-8; Brown, David 1-6; Williams, Eric 1-6.

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Geldbach connected from 37 yards out to push the Redhawks lead to 23-17 early in the fourth quarter. Scheible then avoided a sack and threw a 27-yard pass to Edwards on a 3rd-and-8 to set up the Redhawks final score. Harris’ 33-yard touchdown run capped Southeast’s longest drive of the night which covered 86 yards in seven plays. Scheible completed 12-of-17 passes. Southeast didn’t turn the ball over. The Redhawks also piled up 431 yards of total offense (291 rushing) and committed just three penalties. “It was definitely a team effort,” said Scheible. “I had a lot of opportunities to run the ball and I took advantage of them. I was proud of how we played.” Harris posted the second 100yard rushing performance of his career when he ran for 113 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries. Meanwhile, Edwards caught five passes for 100 yards. It marked the third 100-yard receiving game of his career. Southeast finished a game with two 100-yard rushers and a 100-yard receiver for the first time since joining the NCAA Division I ranks in 1991. Additionally, the Redhawks had two ball carriers with 100 or more yards in a game for the first time in four years. Defensively, three Redhawks had 10 or more tackles for the second-straight game. Aaron Grimes paved the way with a career-high 14 and had an interception, while Aris Bowen and Justin Love each followed with 10. Josh Gipson added a big sack on a 4th-and-8 when Murray State was inside Southeast’s 20-yardline late in the fourth quarter.

Sean Middleton

Score by Quarters Southeast Missouri Murray State Scoring Summary 1st 06:25 MUR 00:09 SEMO 2nd 06:27 SEMO 00:44 MUR 3rd 11:30 SEMO 09:11 MUR 04:43 SEMO 4th 14:52 SEMO 06:37 SEMO

2 3 3

3 10 7

4 10 0

Score 30 17

Record: 1-1, 1-0 OVC Record: 0-2, 0-1 OVC

Brackett 13 yd pass from Ehrhardt (Cullen kick) Jones 1 yd run (Geldbach kick) Geldbach 40 yd field goal Cullen 42 yd field goal Geldbach 47 yd field goal Brady 1 yd run (Cullen kick) Brown 2 yd pass from Scheible (Geldbach kick) Geldbach 37 yd field goal Harris 33 yd run (Geldbach kick)

First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interceptions-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

SEMO 23 61-291 140 12-17-1 78-431 0-0-0 1-6-0 3-70-0 1-0-0 4-39.0 1-0 3-15 36:47 9-17 1-1 4-4 1-9

MUR 19 20-48 245 38-54-1 74-293 0-0-0 1-4-0 6-140-0 0-0-0 5-42.0 0-0 2-25 23:13 7-18 2-4 2-3 0-0

Rushing: SEMO - Scheible, Matt 16-134; Harris, Henry 27-113; Jones, Mike 15-51; Edwards, Miles 1--3; TEAM 2--4. MUR - Brady, Duane 7-28; Barnett, Dexter 8-22; Ehrhardt, Jeff 5--2. Passing: SEMO - Scheible, Matt 12-17-0-140. MUR - Ehrhardt, Jeff 38-54-1-245. Receiving: SEMO - Edwards, Miles 5-100; Cox, Cedric 3-16; Jones, Mike 1-11; Harris, Henry 1-6; Foster, D.J. 1-5; Brown, Bradley 1-2. MUR - Ard, Daniel 11-117; Barnett, Dexter 7-9; Brackett, Arthur 6-66; Durrante, Dexter 4-17; Daniels, Rashad 3-14; Estes, Alex 2-14; Brady, Duane 2-5; Beauford, H. 2-1; Marshy Rothman 1-2.

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1 7 7

GAME 2

MURRAY, Ky. - Matt Scheible ran for a career-high 134 yards and threw for 140 yards and a touchdown to lead Southeast Missouri to a 30-17 win over Murray State. Scheible, who averaged 8.4 yards per carry on 16 attempts, became the first Southeast quarterback to rush for over 100 yards in a game since Victor Anderson finished with 118 at Cincinnati in 2007. “Matt’s perfect for the things we do and he handled himself well,” said Southeast head coach Tony Samuel. “It was a big win for us and there was disciplined football by both teams tonight.” Southeast scored 20 points in the second half en route to its first win in an Ohio Valley Conference opener since 2004. Murray State and Southeast were tied 10-10 at halftime, before the Redhawks soared in the game’s final two periods. Drew Geldbach’s 47-yard field goal gave Southeast a 13-10 edge on the Redhawks opening drive of the second half, but Murray State quickly regained the lead. Duane Brady’s 1-yard plunge put the finishing touches on an 8-play, 56-yard drive, and gave the Racers a 17-13 advantage with 9:11 left to play in the third quarter. After that, Murray State would not lead again. Scheible completed two big third-down passes on the Redhawks ensuing drive. One of those was a 26-yard toss to Edwards on a 3rd-and-8 and the other was a 2-yard touchdown pass to Bradley Brown on a 3rd-and-Goal. Brown’s second career touchdown gave the Redhawks a 20-17 lead at the 4:43 mark. Following a Murray State punt, Scheible broke free for a 60-yard run on the first play of Southeast’s next possession. Seven plays later,

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on to run out the clock, putting an exclamation point on the biggest win of head coach Tony Samuel’s Southeast career. “This was a huge win for our program,” said Samuel. “We never gave up. It was great for our guys to accomplish what they did. No question, this is the biggest win since I’ve been at Southeast.” Drew Geldbach’s 34-yard field goal gave Southeast an early 3-0 lead with 3:02 left in the first quarter, before SIU scored 21 unanswered points. Shortly after Geldbach’s field goal, Steve Strother ran the ensuing kickoff back 91 yards for a touchdown to give SIU a 7-3 advantage. Paul McIntosh then hooked up with Matt Guinn for a 36-yard scoring strike with just under a minute left in the second quarter. Shariff Harris’ 3-yard run with 3:46 left in the second quarter pushed the Salukis lead to 21-3. Harris averaged 8.4 yards per carry on 17 attempts en route to his second-straight 100-yard rushing performance of the season. It marked the first time Harris ran for over 100 yards in back-to-back games in his Southeast career. Harris’ 67-yard run was also a career-long. Scheible completed 12-of-19 passes for 163 yards. Ahamefule caught a seasonhigh seven passes for 94 yards and Miles Edwards caught two passes for 33 yards to lead the Redhawk receivers. Edwards now has 100 catches in his career. Defensively, Aris Bowen paved the way with nine tackles. Borum added three tackles, including two for loss, a sack and a forced fumble. Meanwhile, Brock recorded his first career interception.

Aaron Grimes

Score by Quarters Southeast Missouri #5 Southern Illinois Scoring Summary 1st 03:02 SEMO 02:50 SIU 2nd 00:58 SIU 3rd 03:46 SIU 00:42 SEMO 4th 08:22 SEMO 03:41 SEMO

1 3 7

2 7 7

3 0 7

4 14 0

Score 24 21

Record: 2-1 Record: 1-2

Geldbach 34 yd field goal Strother 91 yd kickoff return (Dougherty kick) Guinn 36 yd pass from McIntosh (Dougherty kick) Harris 3 yd run (Dougherty kick) Jones 1 yd run (Geldbach kick) Harris 14 yd run (Geldbach kick) Harris 67 yd run (Geldbach kick)

First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interceptions-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

SEMO 21 48-228 163 12-19-0 67-391 0-0-0 2-5-0 4-81-0 2-8-0 3-36.7 2-1 5-24 31:13 9-15 0-0 3-5 3-19

SIU 18 46-172 83 6-12-2 58-255 0-0-0 3-1-0 5-180-1 0-0-0 4-33.5 1-1 5-18 28:47 3-9 0-0 1-2 1-4

GAME 3

CARBONDALE, Ill. - Henry Harris rushed for a career-high 142 yards and two touchdowns and scored the decisive TD on a 67-yard run late in the fourth quarter to propel Southeast Missouri to a stunning 24-21 come-from-behind win over No. 5 Southern Illinois. Southeast beat a top-five opponent for the first time in school history since its move to the Football Championship Subdivision (formerly I-AA). The Redhawks also posted their first win over a ranked opponent since taking down then-No. 19 Tennessee State in 2008. The Redhawks trailed, 21-3, with 3:46 remaining in the third quarter before rallying for 21 unanswered points -- including 14 in the fourth quarter -- to take down the Salukis in Carbondale for the first time since 2002. SIU is now 38-3 in regular-season games in Carbondale since 2003, with two of those losses coming from Southeast. Harris scored both touchdowns in the fourth quarter. His first was on a 14-yard run which capped a 10-play, 74-yard drive with 8:22 left to play. Southeast’s defense stood strong on SIU’s next possession, and as a result, forced the Salukis to punt. The Redhawks, after taking over on downs at their own 25, used a 7-yard pass from Matt Scheible to Chantae Ahamefule to get to the 33-yardline. Harris then found a big hole up the middle and dashed 67 yards to give Southeast a 24-21 lead with 3:41 remaining. Darrick Borum then helped put a halt to SIU’s final drive of the night when he tipped Chris Dieker’s pass on a 3rd-and-long. The ball fell into the hands of Tylor Brock and the Redhawks went

Rushing: SEMO - Harris, Henry 17-142; Jones, Mike 12-38; Edwards, Miles 2-28; Scheible, Matt 11-26; Cox, Cedric 1-1; TEAM 5--7. SIU - Harris, Shariff 17-89; Walker, Lucien 12-57; McIntosh, Paul 11-26; Strother, Steve 3-14; Dieker, Chris 3--14. Passing: SEMO - Scheible, Matt 12-19-0-163. SIU - Dieker, Chris 1-6-2-7; McIntosh, Paul 5-6-0-76. Receiving: SEMO - Ahamefule, Chantae 7-94; Edwards, Miles 2-33; Mueller, Art 1-18; Cox, Cedric 1-14; Jones, Mike 1-4. SIU - Allaria, Joe 4-39; Guinn, Matt 2-44.

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Tennessee Tech 21 Southeast Missouri 23 September 25, 2010 Houck Stadium Attendance: 8,732

Drew Geldbach’s 24-yard field goal helped the Redhawks cling to a 10-7 halftime lead. Matt Scheible completed a 4-yard touchdown pass to Nathan Grass to extend Southeast’s lead to 17-7 at the 7:08 mark of the third quarter. The TD marked the first of Grass’ career. Harris carried the ball 32 times and averaged 6.1 yards per carry en route to his third-straight 100-yard game. Harris is the first Southeast running back to rush for over 100 yards in three-consecutive games since Timmy Holloman did it in 2007. Scheible had another strong game. He completed 13-of-18 passes for 114 yards and one touchdown. Scheible also ran for 82 yards on 20 attempts. He has now gone seven-straight games without throwing an interception. In addition, seven different receivers caught passes for Southeast. Edwards paved the way with three receptions for 41 yards. Defensively, Aris Bowen led the Redhawks with six tackles. Justin Love added four tackles, forced a fumble and had one fumble recovery. J.J. Sanchez recorded a big sack, as well. Lamb completed 13-of-21 passes for 246 yards and two touchdowns to lead TTU. Benford finished with eight catches for 177 yards and two TDs. Southeast, despite turning the ball over twice, held a +15:10 advantage in time of possession. The Redhawks also ran 87 plays to the Golden Eagles 47. Southeast registered 467 total yards on the night, including 353 on the ground. The Redhawks 69 rushing attempts were a singlegame record.

Henry Harris

Score by Quarters Tennessee Tech Southeast Missouri Scoring Summary 1st 08:51 TTU 05:36 SEMO 2nd 00:00 SEMO 3rd 07:08 SEMO 06:59 TTU 4th 07:02 SEMO 00:56 TTU

2 0 3

3 7 7

4 7 6

Score 21 23

Record: 1-3, 0-1 OVC Record: 3-1, 2-0 OVC

Gay 11 yd run (Barker kick) Edwards 9 yd run (Geldbach kick) Geldbach 24 yd field goal Grass 4 yd pass from Scheible (Geldbach kick) Benford 60 yd pass from Lamb (Barker kick) Harris 1 yd run (Geldbach kick failed) Benford 19 yd pass from Lamb (Barker kick)

First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interceptions-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

TTU 17 26-129 246 13-21-0 47-375 0-0-0 2-30-0 3-44-0 0-0-0 2-15.0 1-1 6-20 22:25 4-10 0-0 2-2 0-0

SEMO 31 69-353 114 13-18-0 87-467 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-21-0 0-0-0 0-0.0 2-2 5-25 37:35 10-16 1-1 4-5 1-7

Rushing: TTU - Crawford, J. 10-79; Gay, Dontey 5-29; Lamb, Tre 8-20; Sailes, Henry 1-3; Ziegler, Zack 1--1; Hudson, Tremain 1--1. SEMO - Harris, Henry 32-196; Scheible, Matt 20-82; Jones, Mike 8-39; Grass, Nathan 4-15; Cox, Cedric 2-15; Edwards, Miles 1-9; TEAM 2--3. Passing: TTU - Lamb, Tre 13-21-0-246. SEMO - Scheible, Matt 13-18-0-114. Receiving: TTU - Benford, Tim 8-177; Garrett, D. 3-40; Olverson, Alden 1-19; Hudson, Tremain 1-10. SEMO - Edwards, Miles 3-41; Ahamefule, Chantae 3-23; Harris, Henry 3-14; Brown, Bradley 1-14; Cox, Cedric 1-9; Jones, Mike 1-9; Grass, Nathan 1-4.

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GAME 4

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. Henry Harris ran for 196 yards and one touchdown to help Southeast Missouri hang on for a 23-21 win over Tennessee Tech in front of a Family Weekend crowd of 8,732 at Houck Stadium. “Both teams played hard and it was a great game,” said Southeast head coach Tony Samuel. “We made some mistakes, but never gave up. We made the plays we needed to win the game.” After Tre Lamb hooked up with All-Ohio Valley Conference receiver Tim Benford on a 60-yard strike to pull TTU within three (17-14) at the 6:59 mark of the third quarter, Harris scored his only touchdown from a yard out to give Southeast a 23-14 advantage with 7:02 remaining in the fourth quarter. Harris carried the ball five times for 52 yards and ripped off a 27-yard run to key a 7-play, 58-yard drive. The Golden Eagles, who didn’t go down quietly, scored again when Lamb hit Benford on a 19yard touchdown pass to narrow the gap to 23-21 with 56 seconds left. TTU then attempted an onside kick, but Southeast recovered and ran out the clock to put its third-straight win on ice. The Redhawks improved to a perfect 5-0 in home-openers under Samuel, who also picked up the 50th win of his career. TTU struck first when Donte Gay broke free for an 11-yard run with 8:51 to play in the first quarter. After that, the Golden Eagles would not lead again. Miles Edwards tied the game when his 9-yard run capped an 8-play, 65-yard march at the 5:36 mark.

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went on to dominate the Redhawks opening drive of the second half. Harris ran the ball threestraight times for a total of 31 yards, moving Southeast to the EIU 29-yardline. After picking up a first down on a 3rd-and-1, Harris dashed another 16 yards to get the Redhawks to the 1-yardline before Matt Scheible scored his first rushing touchdown of the season to grab Southeast a 14-10 lead with 11:35 left in the third quarter. On the first play following a Southeast punt, Brock intercepted a Garoppolo pass and ran 48 yards for a touchdown to extend the Redhawks lead to 21-10 at the 6:05 mark. For Brock, it was the first interception and second defensive touchdown of his career. Brock came up big again, this time when EIU faced a 4th-and-1 at the Southeast-25. Brock made a diving interception on a play action pass from Garoppolo at the Redhawks 3-yardline. EIU managed to get to Southeast’s 5-yardline, but was held to a field goal when Steve Hendry sacked Garoppolo for a loss of 10 yards. Berra’s 32-yard kick capped an 11-play, 21-yard drive and narrowed Southeast’s lead to 21-13 with 9:21 left in the game. Abraham Woodard’s first career interception ended EIU’s last drive of the game and polished off Southeast’s fourth victory of the season. Offensively, Harris turned in another stellar performance. He ran for 179 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries. Harris also finished with a career-high 100 kick return yards en route to 286 all-purpose yards. Harris ran for over 100 yards in his fourthstraight game.

Aris Bowen

Score by Quarters Southeast Missouri Eastern Illinois Scoring Summary 1st 09:06 SEMO 06:28 EIU 2nd 03:02 EIU 3rd 11:35 SEMO 06:05 SEMO 4th 09:21 EIU 06:10 SEMO

1 7 7

2 0 3

3 14 0

4 7 3

Score 28 13

Record: 4-1, 3-0 OVC Record: 0-5, 0-3 OVC

Harris 2 yd run (Geldbach kick) Bruns 13 yd pass from Garoppolo (Berra kick) Berra 33 yd field goal Scheible 1 yd run (Geldbach kick) Brock 48 yd interception return (Geldbach kick) Berra 32 yd field goal Harris 8 yd run (Geldbach kick)

First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interceptions-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

SEMO 16 46-277 41 7-10-0 56-318 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-100-0 4-66-1 5-36.4 3-1 7-57 26:48 4-10 0-1 3-4 3-23

EIU 19 35-100 163 20-33-4 68-263 0-0-0 2-17-0 4-95-0 0-0-0 4-50.2 5-1 5-43 33:12 4-13 0-2 3-3 0-0

GAME 5

CHARLESTON, Ill. - Southeast Missouri forced five turnovers and had four interceptions in a 28-13 win over Eastern Illinois at O’Brien Stadium. Southeast won in Charleston for the first time since it has been in the Ohio Valley Conference. “The defense was swarming,” said Southeast head coach Tony Samuel. “There was a lot of hardhitting and I was proud of the way we played.” Tylor Brock accounted for two of Southeast’s interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown to help the Redhawks pull away late in the third quarter. “That play clinched the game,” said Samuel of Brock’s touchdown. Darrick Borum picked off true freshman quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo on EIU’s first drive of the game. Borum returned his first career interception 18 yards to the Panthers 45-yardline. Henry Harris carried the ball on three of Southeast’s next six plays and scored on a 2-yard run to give the Redhawks a quick 7-0 lead with 9:06 remaining in the first quarter. EIU answered on its next possession when Jimmy Potempa ripped off a 43-yard run to give the Panthers a first down at the Southeast-14. Two plays later, Garoppolo threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to tight end Cody Bruns, bringing the score to 7-7. Southeast was in striking distance again when it faced a 4thand-1 at the EIU-5 in the second quarter. The Panthers, however, dropped Miles Edwards for no gain to take over on downs. Cameron Berra’s 33-yard field goal then gave the Panthers a 10-7 edge at halftime. Harris ran back the kickoff 17 yards to the Southeast-40 and

Rushing: SEMO - Harris, Henry 27-179; Scheible, Matt 10-66; Jones, Mike 4-24; Edwards, Miles 3-9; Grass, Nathan 1-0; TEAM 1--1. EIU - Potempa 19-99; Williams, M. 8-41; Lora 1-2; Garoppolo 6--12; TEAM 1--30. Passing: SEMO - Scheible, Matt 7-10-0-41. EIU - Garoppolo 20-33-4-163. Receiving: SEMO - Jones, Mike 2-7; Harris, Henry 2-7; Edwards, Miles 1-9; Brown, Bradley 1-9; Cox, Cedric 1-9. EIU - Whittaker 5-35; Bruns 4-40; Wise 3-31; Potempa 3-23; Lora 3-20; Ricks 1-9; Graves 1-5.

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Tennessee State 17 #25 Southeast Missouri 19 October 9, 2010 Houck Stadium Attendance: 10,316

After that, Southeast picked up a couple first downs before running out the clock. Harris outgained the entire TSU team in the first half, averaging 6.8 yards per carry en route to 129 yards and one touchdown. Scheible ran two yards for the game’s first score with 5:43 left in the second quarter. Scheible’s run capped a 12-play, 74-yard drive. The Redhawks forced the Tigers to punt before scoring again on their next possession. Scheible ran 31 yards for a first down on a 3rd-and-long. Five plays later, Harris broke free for a 29-yard touchdown to give Southeast a 12-0 advantage. The sellout crowd marked Southeast’s third-largest home attendance in school history. The Redhawks five-game winning streak is also their longest since joining the Division I ranks. Harris and Scheible each rushed for over 100 yards in the same game for the second time this year. In addition, Harris added 84 kick return yards and had one 24-yard reception en route to a career-high 296 all-purpose yards. Dante’ Thomas led TSU with 118 yards on 22 carries, while Wright added 29 yards and two touchdowns on nine attempts. Jeremy Perry completed 16-of28 passes for 147 yards. Southeast had 439 total yards to TSU’s 299. The Redhawks outgained the Tigers, 390-152, on the ground. Southeast chewed up the clock, owning a 36:09 to 23:51 advantage in time of possession. Defensively, Blake Peiffer led the Redhawks with eight tackles. Tylor Brock also posted his teamhigh fourth interception of the season.

Mike Jones

Score by Quarters Tennessee State #25 Southeast Missouri Scoring Summary 2nd 12:05 SEMO 07:14 SEMO 04:32 TSU 00:33 SEMO 3rd 05:19 TSU 4th 06:43 TSU

2 3 19

3 7 0

4 7 0

Score 17 19

Record: 3-3, 0-2 OVC Record: 5-1, 4-0 OVC

Scheible 2 yd run (Geldbach kick blocked) Harris 29 yd run (Scheible pass failed) Godfrey 42 yd field goal Cox 12 yd pass from Scheible (Geldbach kick) Wright 6 yd run (Godfrey kick) Wright 9 yd run (Godfrey kick)

First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interceptions-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

TSU 20 33-152 147 16-28-1 61-299 0-0-0 0-0-0 4-90-0 1-1-0 5-46.0 0-0 5-34 23:51 6-12 0-0 2-2 1-9

SEMO 21 62-390 49 5-11-1 73-439 0-0-0 4-32-0 4-108-0 1-12-0 2-31.5 1-1 5-39 36:09 10-17 1-2 2-3 0-0

Rushing: TSU - Thomas, Dante’ 22-118; Wright, Terrance 9-29; Perry, Jeremy 2-5. SEMO Harris, Henry 29-188; Scheible, Matt 16-128; Edwards, Miles 2-46; Jones, Mike 11-33; Cottner, Kris 1-0; TEAM 3--5. Passing: TSU - Perry, Jeremy 16-28-1-147. SEMO - Scheible, Matt 5-11-1-49. Receiving: TSU - Pryor, Jeremy 5-54; James, Travis 5-26; Hills, Joseph 4-38; Davis, London 1-17; McNairl, Calvin 1-12. SEMO - Harris, Henry 1-24; Cox, Cedric 1-12; Jones, Mike 1-8; Edwards, Miles 1-7; Bell, Matt 1--2.

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GAME 6

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. Henry Harris and Matt Scheible each rushed for over 100 yards and scored a touchdown to lead No. 25 Southeast Missouri to a 19-17 win over Tennessee State in front of a sellout crowd of 10,316 at Houck Stadium. Harris averaged 6.5 yards per carry on 29 attempts en route to 188 yards. He became the first in Southeast history to rush for over 100 yards in five-straight games. Meanwhile, Scheible gained 128 yards on 16 carries. He also completed 5-of-11 passes for 49 yards and a touchdown. It marked the second time where Scheible ran for over 100 yards in a game. “Henry and Matt continue to make big plays for us,” said Southeast head coach Tony Samuel. “We are playing with a lot of confidence right now. Things got tight at the end tonight, but we never gave up.” Southeast put up 19 points in the second quarter and that was the difference in the game, as TSU shutout the Redhawks and rallied for 14 unanswered points in the second half. Scheible threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Cedric Cox to give Southeast a 19-3 halftime lead. For Cox, it was the second touchdown of his career. Terrance Wright then scored both of the Tigers touchdowns in the second half. Wright hit paydirt on a 6-yard run with 5:19 in the third quarter and scored on a 9-yard run with 6:43 left in the fourth quarter. TSU, trailing 19-17, faced a 4th-and-6 situation. However, the Tigers were penalized for a false start. The penalty ended TSU’s final drive of the game.

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yard run and Preseason All-OVC Player of the Year Terrence Holt ran 27 yards for a touchdown. Harris’ 10-yard touchdown run led to 13-straight points, as the Governors lead dwindled to 14-13 at the half. Harris ran the ball seven times for 34 yards to key a 14-play, 72-yard march that ended on his first rushing touchdown with 6:10 on the clock. Matt Scheible also ran for 28 yards and completed an 11-yard pass to Aaron King before Harris’ TD. Southeast forced APSU to punt on the next possession and took over on downs at its own 20-yardline. Scheible completed 5-of-7 passes for 29 yards to help move the Redhawks to the APSU 31-yardline, before Drew Geldbach made a 46-yard field goal to narrow the Governors lead to 14-10 with 37 seconds remaining. Wesley Kitts fumbled on the ensuing kickoff and Southeast was in business again when Trent Peterson recovered at the APSU-36. After two incompletions and a 6-yard rush by Scheible, the Redhawks called a timeout with four seconds left. Geldbach then came on to kick a 47-yard field goal as time expired. Harris had another big showing, running for 152 yards and three touchdowns on 35 carries. He also registered a total of 308 all-purpose yards, including 156 on kick returns. Harris has rushed for over 100 yards six games in a row. Harris became the first in both the OVC and the Football Championship Subdivision to get 1,000 (1,020) rushing yards this season. He also surpassed 2,000 (2,058) rushing yards in his career. Harris became just the sixth player in school history to rush for 2,000 career yards.

Aaron King

Score by Quarters #18 Southeast Missouri Austin Peay

1 0 14

Scoring Summary 1st 08:10 APSU 02:22 APSU 2nd 06:10 SEMO 00:37 SEMO 00:00 SEMO 3rd 13:52 APSU 08:29 SEMO 03:37 APSU 01:21 SEMO 4th 10:52 SEMO 08:21 SEMO

White 13 yd run (Stansell kick) Holt 27 yd run (Stansell kick) Harris 10 yd run (Geldbach kick) Geldbach 46 yd field goal Geldbach 47 yd field goal Jennings 28 yd pass from Ryan (Stansell kick) Harris 1 yd run (Harris rush failed) Stansell 27 yd field goal Jones 1 yd run (Scheible rush) Harris 1 yd run (Geldbach kick) Scheible 4 yd run (Geldbach kick)

First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interceptions-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

2 13 0

3 14 10

SEMO 23 66-297 80 9-17-0 83-377 0-0-0 1-5-0 5-176-0 1-67-0 4-37.2 2-1 4-51 35:50 9-16 1-1 5-6 0-0

4 14 0

Score 41 24

Record: 6-1, 5-0 OVC Record: 2-4, 1-2 OVC

APSU 21 31-171 182 16-32-1 63-353 0-0-0 3-22-0 4-41-0 0-0-0 3-32.0 2-2 4-35 24:10 6-14 2-3 2-2 0-0

GAME 7

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. - No. 18 Southeast Missouri erupted for 28 points in the second half to key a 41-24 win over Austin Peay at Governors Stadium. Southeast, which took its first lead of the game on a 1-yard run by Mike Jones with 1:21 left to play in the third quarter, scored 22 unanswered points in a span of eight minutes to take down the Governors. The Redhawks came from behind to earn their sixth-consecutive victory and fifth-straight in conference play. “We came out a little flat, but once we settled down, we were able to execute,” said Southeast head coach Tony Samual. “We had a great second half.” Jones’ fourth rushing touchdown of the season, which was set up by a 71-yard kickoff return by Henry Harris, ignited Southeast’s second-half rout. Southeast then put together an 11-play, 75-yard drive which culminated in a 1-yard touchdown run by Harris to give the Redhawks a 34-24 lead. Tylor Brock picked off Jake Ryan and ran 67 yards to the APSU 2-yardline, and two plays later, Matt Scheible hit paydirt to put the finishing touches on the 41-24 win with 8:21 left. APSU came up empty its last two possessions of the game. The Governors failed to convert on a 4th-and-5 and fumbled the ball on a punt return. The Redhawks outscored the Governors, 28-10, in the second half to secure their fourth-straight road victory. Southeast overcame its biggest first half deficit of the season after falling behind 14-0 in the first quarter. Ryan White scored on a 13-

Rushing: SEMO - Harris, Henry 35-152; Scheible, Matt 17-116; Jones, Mike 8-29; Grass, Nathan 4-6; TEAM 1--1; Edwards, Miles 1--5. APSU - Holt, Terrence 13-81; White, Ryan 16-79; Ryan, Jake 2-11. Passing: SEMO - Scheible, Matt 9-17-0-80. APSU - Ryan, Jake 16-32-1-182. Receiving: SEMO - Ahamefule, Chantae 4-42; Cox, Cedric 2-8; Jones, Mike 1-13; King, Aaron 1-11; Edwards, Miles 1-6. APSU - Thomas, Scott 3-47; Jennings, T.C. 3-41; Stark, Devin 3-35; Holt, Terrence 3-23; Mines, Adrian 2-18; Miller, Darryl 1-14; Lemon, Robert 1-4.

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Eastern Kentucky 21 #13 Southeast Missouri 40 October 23, 2010 Houck Stadium Attendance: 6,022

season. EKU narrowed Southeast’s lead to 20-14 at the half after scoring two touchdowns in the second quarter. H.B. Banjoman scored on a 1-yard plunge and Pryor hooked up with Orlandus Harris on a 38yard strike. The Redhawks then held the Colonels to only 58 yards of total offense in the second half. Nathan Grass hit paydirt on a 7-yard run to cap an 8-play, 60yard drive on Southeast’s opening possession of the second half. Drew Geldbach’s 32-yard field goal extended the Redhawks lead to 30-14 with 9:23 left in the third quarter. Jeremy Caldwell ran the ensuing kickoff back 98 yards for a touchdown to cut Southeast’s lead to 30-21 with 9:08 remaining, but that was the last of the Colonels scoring. The Redhawks answered on their next drive when Scheible threw a 23-yard touchdown pass to Grass. That play polished off Southeast’s longest drive of the game which covered 80 yards in 10 plays. Geldbach’s 30-yard field goal put the finishing touches on the 40-21 win. Scheible matched his careerhigh of three touchdown passes. Harris also ran for 109 yards and scored two touchdowns (one rushing). Harris posted his seventh-straight 100-yard rushing game. Grass followed with 22 yards and a touchdown on four carries. He also added a touchdown reception. Defensively, Southeast matched its season-high with four interceptions. Southeast ran for 231 yards on 53 attempts against the Colonels.

Joshua Jackson

Score by Quarters Eastern Kentucky #13 Southeast Missouri

1 0 20

Scoring Summary 1st 13:31 SEMO 07:19 SEMO 02:41 SEMO 2nd 09:11 EKU 03:29 EKU 3rd 11:15 SEMO 09:23 SEMO 09:08 EKU 03:13 SEMO 4th 04:54 SEMO

Harris 4 yd run (Geldbach kick) Harris 34 yd pass from Scheible (Geldbach kick failed) Ahamefule 51 yd pass from Scheible (Geldbach kick) Banjoman 1 yd run (O’Connor kick) Harris 38 yd pass from Pryor (O’Connor kick) Grass 7 yd run (Geldbach kick) Geldbach 32 yd field goal Caldwell 98 yd kickoff return (O’Connor kick) Grass 23 yd pass from Scheible (Geldbach kick) Geldbach 30 yd field goal

First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interceptions-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

3 7 17

EKU 14 25-101 163 13-27-4 52-264 0-0-0 0-0-0 8-228-1 0-0-0 3-45.3 0-0 3-20 25:26 4-10 1-2 1-1 2-9

4 0 3

Score 21 40

SEMO 22 53-231 177 9-10-0 63-408 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-51-0 4-51-0 3-43.0 0-0 3-25 34:34 4-11 2-2 4-4 1-9

Record: 2-5, 1-2 OVC Record: 7-1, 6-0 OVC

Rushing: EKU - Pryor, T.J. 8-28; Russell, Jacob 5-27; Banjoman, H.B. 8-22; Frieson, Bruce 2-17; Denham, Matt 2-7. SEMO - Harris, Henry 23-109; Scheible, Matt 20-89; Grass, Nathan 4-22; Jones, Mike 5-12; TEAM 1--1. Passing: EKU - Pryor, T.J. 11-20-3-139; Russell, Jacob 2-7-1-24. SEMO - Scheible, Matt 9-10-0-177. Receiving: EKU - Harris, O. 7-112; Goard, Tyrone 2-28; Banjoman, H.B. 2-2; Lengel, Matt 1-11; Letcher, Ronnie 1-10. SEMO - Ahamefule, Chantae 2-70; Harris, Henry 2-31; Cox, Cedric 2-29; Grass, Nathan 1-23; Edwards, Miles 1-16; King, Aaron 1-8.

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GAME 8

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. Matt Scheible threw for 177 yards and three touchdowns, and rushed for 89 yards to lead No. 13 Southeast Missouri to a 40-21 win over Eastern Kentucky at Houck Stadium. Southeast beat EKU for the first time in Cape Girardeau, ending a streak of nine-consecutive losses to the Colonels at Houck Stadium. The Redhawks also pushed their winning streak to seven games, marking the first time since 1975 that Southeast won seven-straight contests. Scheible completed a nearperfect 9-of-10 passes and did not throw his lone incompletion until late in the fourth quarter. Southeast scored 20 points in the first 12:19 of the game to take an early 20-0 lead. “It was a new experience for us to have this type of a game,” said Southeast head coach Tony Samuel. “It was a very physical battle up front.” Steve Hendry intercepted a T.J. Pryor pass on the first play from scrimmage, and two plays later, Henry Harris scored on a 4-yard run with 13:31 left to play. The Redhawk defense forced a three-and-out and Southeast took over on downs at its own 20-yardline. On the ninth play of the drive, Scheible threw a 34-yard touchdown pass to Harris, capping the 80-yard march at the 7:19 mark. Harris, who had the first touchdown reception of his career, gave Southeast a 14-0 advantage. After Abraham Woodard picked off Pryor on the Colonels next possession, Scheible threw a 51-yard touchdown pass to Chantae Ahamefule with 2:41 on the clock. Ahamefule caught his first touchdown pass in eight starts this

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL UT Martin 17 #11 Southeast Missouri 24 October 30, 2010 Houck Stadium Attendance: 11,126

first play of the drive. Two plays later, tight end Bradley Brown made a leaping 31-yard catch to give Southeast a 1st-and-Goal at the UT Martin-6. Scheible’s rushing touchdown, which capped a 5-play, 83-yard march, gave the Redhawks a 7-0 lead with 13:11 remaining in the second stanza. On the third play of UT Martin’s next possession, Joshua Jackson deflected a Derek Carr pass into the hands of defensive tackle Josh Gipson. Gipson’s first career interception gave Southeast a 1st-and-Goal at the Skyhawk 5-yardline, but the Redhawks later settled for a 24-yard field goal by Drew Geldbach to extend their lead to 10-0 at the half. Southeast held an opponent to 58 yards of total offense in a half for the second-straight game. The Redhawk defense forced two turnovers and limited the Skyhawks to 58 yards on 26 plays in the first half. UT Martin also had a strong defensive effort in the first half, bottling up Henry Harris for only 15 yards on 12 carries. For Harris, it was the second-fewest rushing yards he has had in a half at Southeast. The Skyhawks didn’t go down quietly, but hurt themselves late in the third quarter when two pass interference penalties in a span of three plays kept a drive alive that resulted in a Southeast touchdown. Southeast and UT Martin were nearly even in rushing yards and total offense. The Redhawks held a 257-221 advantage in total yards, while the Skyhawks held a 154149 edge on the ground. Scheible completed 5-of-12 passes and averaged just under five (4.9) yards per carry on 28 rushing attempts.

Miles Edwards

Score by Quarters UT Martin #11 Southeast Missouri Scoring Summary 2nd 13:11 SEMO 08:28 SEMO 3rd 01:33 UTM 4th 11:56 SEMO 11:44 UTM 07:08 SEMO 00:44 UTM

1 0 0

2 0 10

3 7 0

4 10 14

Score 17 24

Record: 4-5, 3-3 OVC Record: 8-1, 7-0 OVC

Scheible 7 yd run (Geldbach kick) Geldbach 24 yd field goal Williams 1 yd run (Sandlin kick) Harris 8 yd run (Geldbach kick) Williams 91 yd kickoff return (Sandlin kick) Harris 8 yd run (Geldbach kick) Sandlin 28 yd field goal

First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interceptions-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

UTM 12 40-154 67 13-24-1 64-221 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-160-1 0-0-0 6-42.7 1-1 4-45 28:33 6-17 2-2 2-2 0-0

SEMO 15 49-149 108 5-12-0 61-257 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-4-0 1-4-0 6-31.5 0-0 1-5 31:27 4-13 0-1 4-4 3-15

GAME 9

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. Matt Scheible threw for 108 yards and rushed for 68 yards and a touchdown to lead No. 11 Southeast Missouri to a 24-17 win over UT Martin (4-5, 3-3) Saturday in front of a school record crowd of 11,126 at Houck Stadium. Southeast extended its winning streak to eight games. The last time the Redhawks posted eightstraight wins was 1955. “UT Martin is not an easy team to beat. They have a great defense,” said Southeast head coach Tony Samuel. “This was a huge win for us. We made some adjustments and made the plays we needed to, to win the game.” The Redhawks shutout UT Martin in the first half and weathered a 17-point flurry by the Skyhawks in the game’s final 30 minutes. After Henry Harris scored on an 8-yard run to give Southeast a 17-7 lead with 11:56 remaining in the fourth quarter, AJ Williams ran back the ensuing kickoff 91 yards for a touchdown to make it a 17-14 game just 12 seconds later. Southeast, however, kept its poise and answered with a 10-play, 60-yard drive which culminated in another 8-yard run by Harris with 4:36 left. Cody Sandlin’s 28-yard field goal marked the end of the scoring. As has been the case when these teams meet, Southeast and UT Martin hooked up in another physical battle. After both teams went scoreless in the first quarter, the Redhawks used two big pass plays to set up the game’s first touchdown which came on a 7-yard run by Matt Scheible. Scheible completed a 42-yard pass to Chantae Ahamefule on the

Rushing: UTM - Williams, AJ 7-55; Barksdale, T. 12-47; McNeil, DJ 11-33; Carr, Derek 9-18; McNair, Julius 1-1. SEMO - Harris, Henry 28-71; Scheible, Matt 14-68; Grass, Nathan 4-13; TEAM 3--3. Passing: UTM - Carr, Derek 13-23-1-67; TEAM 0-1-0-0. SEMO - Scheible, Matt 5-12-0-108. Receiving: UTM - Shiver, Stephen 4-30; McNair, Jason 2-10; Barksdale, T. 2-5; Williams, AJ 1-8; Chamberlain, D. 1-5; Stanley, Taylor 1-4; Thompson, Chris 1-4; Perry, Jarvis 1-1. SEMO Ahamefule, Chantae 2-51; Brown, Bradley 1-31; Harris, Henry 1-18; Edwards, Miles 1-8.

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Southwest Baptist 14 #9 Southeast Missouri 40 November 6, 2010 Houck Stadium Attendance: 5,513

Gachette’s first pass and ran 39 yards for a touchdown to push Southeast’s lead to 13-0 after Drew Geldbach missed the point after with 12:41 left to play. Chris Culbreth then ran the ensuing kickoff back 85 yards for a touchdown to narrow the Redhawks lead to 13-7. Harris’ 17-yard run, which capped a 10-play, 59-yard drive, gave Southeast a 20-7 advantage at the 7:48 mark, but the Bearcats answered when Gachette threw a 35-yard touchdown pass to Sean Kelley (6:41). After that, the Redhawk defense did not allow a point for the final three quarters of the game. Southeast outscored Southwest Baptist 20-0 in the final three stanzas. Harris became the school’s all-time single-season rusher when he ripped off a 47-yard run to start Southeast’s second drive of the second quarter. Six plays later, Scheible threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to Cedric Cox, giving the Redhawks a 27-14 lead at halftime. Harris accounted for Southeast’s last two scores of the game on 2-yard run in the third quarter and 10-yard run in the fourth. Harris matched his career-high 35 carries and averaged 8.4 yards per attempt. He also ran for over 200 yards for the first time in his career and scored three rushing touchdowns in a game for the third time in his career. Harris’ 293 yards broke a Southeast single-game rushing record which stood for 41 years (Al Holmes, 254, vs. Truman State on Nov. 8, 1969). Scheible completed 6-of-13 passes for 48 yards and a touchdown, and rushed for 39 yards and a TD on 11 carries.

Henry Harris

Score by Quarters Southwest Baptist #9 Southeast Missouri

1 14 20

Scoring Summary 1st 13:00 SEMO 12:41 SEMO 12:28 SBU 07:48 SEMO 06:41 SBU 2nd 01:02 SEMO 3rd 11:13 SEMO 4th 14:00 SEMO

Scheible 9 yd run (Geldbach kick) Brock 39 yd interception return (Geldbach kick) Culbreth 85 yd kickoff return (Kocurek kick) Harris 17 yd run (Geldbach kick) Kelley 35 yd pass from Gachette (Kocurek kick) Cox 26 yd pass from Scheible (Geldbach kick) Harris 2 yd run (Gelbach kick failed) Harris 10 yd run (Geldbach kick)

First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interceptions-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

3 0 6

SBU 21 36-171 196 19-40-3 76-367 0-0-0 1-9-0 4-130-1 0-0-0 4-36.0 0-0 4-40 20:00 11-18 0-2 0-3 0-0

4 0 7

Score 14 40

SEMO 29 72-445 48 6-13-0 85-493 0-0-0 1-14-0 3-54-0 3-80-1 3-37.3 3-1 2-30 40:00 7-17 5-6 4-6 1-11

Record: 7-3 Record: 9-1

Rushing: SBU - Gachette, Steven 19-123; Everson, Thaddeu 15-45; Culbreth, Chris 2-3. SEMO - Harris, Henry 35-293; Jones, Mike 9-57; Scheible, Matt 11-39; Grass, Nathan 8-25; Celestin, Renard 4-15; Edwards, Miles 2-13; Nicks, Josh 3-3. Passing: SBU - Gachette, Steven 19-40-3-196. SEMO - Scheible, Matt 6-13-0-48. Receiving: SBU - Allen, D.A. 6-49; Johnson, Charles 5-61; Kelley, Sean 4-66; Mason, Chuck 2-15; Everson, Thaddeu 2-5. SEMO - Edwards, Miles 3-18; Cox, Cedric 1-26; Ahamefule, Chantae 1-3; Brown, Bradley 1-1.

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2 0 7

GAME 10

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. - Henry Harris rushed for 293 yards and three touchdowns, and broke three records to lead No. 9 Southeast Missouri to a 40-14 win over Southwest Baptist at Houck Stadium. Harris broke Southeast’s alltime single-season rushing and all-purpose yardage records, and single-game rushing record to lift the Redhawks to their ninthstraight victory. “It feels good to be a part of history, but it’s all about the team and getting wins,” said Harris. “I give all the credit to our offensive line which has been outstanding all year.” Southeast matched its school record for wins in a season (nine in 1955 and 1937) and finished undefeated at home for the first time since moving to the NCAA Division I ranks. Harris, one of 21 seniors honored before the game, sent his fellow classmates out with a bang in the Redhawks final regular-season home tilt of the season. Southeast and Southwest Baptist hooked up in a shootout early on, combining for 20 points in the first 2:30 of the game. “Our offense had to control the ball and stay on the field,” said Southeast head coach Tony Samuel. “We ran a lot of plays and our defense forced some key turnovers. Overall, I was proud of the way we played against a dangerous Southwest Baptist team.” Matt Scheible scored the game’s first touchdown on a 9-yard run during Southeast’s opening drive of the game. Harris ran for 66 yards on four-straight carries before Scheible scored to give the Redhawks a 7-0 lead at the 13:00 mark. Tylor Brock intercepted Steven

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cocks with 6:43 on the clock. Two big rushing plays, including a 41-yard run by Henry Harris and 14-yard run by Scheible set up Southeast’s final touchdown which came on a 1-yard plunge by Harris with 4:06 remaining. The Redhawks missed the two-point conversion. Both teams were nearly even in total offense, rushing yards and passing yards during the first half. Southeast held the advantage in total offense (187-181) and passing yardage (115-103), while JSU had the edge in rushing yards (78-72). Barksdale carried the ball 20 times for 113 yards and Ivory completed 18-of-26 passes for 222 yards and threw the game-winning touchdown to lead JSU. Harris, who broke Southeast’s single-season records in rushing and total touchdowns, ran for 134 yards and a touchdown on 21 attempts. It marked Harris’ ninth 100-yard performance of the year. Scheible completed 13-of-22 passes for 145 yards and a touchdown. “We were right there,” said Scheible. “One of our goals was to win the conference title outright. Obviously, it hurts.” Defensively, Grimes (13), Blake Peiffer (11) and Kweku Arkorful (10) each registered double-digit tackles. “It was a great game. We all wanted it so bad,” said Peiffer. “We just have to keep our heads up.” The Redhawk defense also forced five fumbles and had three takeaways. Arkorful stripped the ball out of Bonner’s hands on a punt return. That turnover led to Foster’s touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Kweku Arkorful

Score by Quarters #7 Southeast Missouri #6 Jacksonville State Scoring Summary 1st 03:49 SEMO 2nd 14:14 JSU 10:06 JSU 3rd 11:10 JSU 03:17 SEMO 4th 13:18 JSU 10:46 SEMO 06:43 JSU 04:06 SEMO 00:11 JSU

1 7 0

2 0 10

3 7 3

4 13 16

Score 27 29

Record: 9-2, 7-1 OVC Record: 9-1, 6-1 OVC

Scheible 1 yd run (Geldbach kick) Middleton 1 yd run (Esco kick) Esco 34 yd field goal Esco 42 yd field goal Scheible 7 yd run (Geldbach kick) Middleton 2 yd run (Ivory pass failed) Foster 19 yd pass from Scheible (Geldbach kick) Esco 25 yd field goal Harris 1 yd run (Scheible pass failed) Bonner 17 yd pass from Ivory (Esco kick)

First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interceptions-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

SEMO 16 37-196 145 13-22-0 59-341 0-0-0 0-0-0 6-107-0 1-14-0 6-32.5 2-1 4-43 27:01 6-13 0-0 4-5 0-0

JSU 22 49-170 222 18-26-1 75-392 0-0-0 3-44-0 5-147-0 0-0-0 2-28.0 5-2 5-53 32:59 8-16 2-2 5-5 0-0

GAME 11

JACKSONVILLE, Ala. - Alan Bonner caught a 17-yard touchdown pass with 11 seconds left to help No. 6 Jacksonville State escape with a 29-27 win over No. 7 Southeast Missouri at BurgessSnow Field. Bonner hauled in the gamewinning score in the right corner of the end zone after CB Aaron Grimes slipped on the play. The 2010 Ohio Valley Conference title game was everything it was hyped up to be. “That was a heckuva championship football game. There’s no question about it,” said Southeast head coach Tony Samuel. “Both teams battled toe-to-toe. They came up with the big play at the end.” Both JSU and Southeast, which met as nationally-ranked Top-10 teams for the first time ever, went down to the wire in a flair for the dramatic. Trailing, 27-22, with 4:06 left to play, JSU went 57 yards in 11 plays to polish off its come-from-behind win. The Gamecocks started their final drive at their own 43-yardline and used a huge 29-yard pass play from Marques Ivory to Jeffrey Cameron to get to Southeast’s 29-yardline on a 2nd-and-31. Ivory, after rushing for three yards, then threw a 9-yard completion to Calvin Middleton before hooking up with Bonner. Southeast took its first lead of the game on D.J. Foster’s first career touchdown reception at the 10:46 mark of the fourth quarter. Foster grabbed a 19-yard pass from Matt Scheible to give the Redhawks a 21-19 edge. James Esco’s 25-yard field goal, his third of the game, regained a 22-21 advantage for the Game-

Rushing: SEMO - Harris, Henry 21-134; Scheible, Matt 12-57; Jones, Mike 3-4; Edwards, Miles 1-1. JSU - Barksdale, Darius 20-113; Middleton, Calvin 12-26; Young, Jamal 7-21; Ivory, Marques 5-16; Freeney, A. 3-16; Blanchard, Coty 1--1; TEAM 1--21. Passing: SEMO - Scheible, Matt 13-22-0-145. JSU - Ivory, Marques 18-26-1-222. Receiving: SEMO - Ahamefule, Chantae 5-33; Edwards, Miles 4-56; Foster, D.J. 2-25; King, Aaron 1-22; Grass, Nathan 1-9. JSU - Cameron, Jeffrey 5-80; Shaw, James 3-34; Cooper, Kevyn 2-20; Whiddon, John 2-16; Williams, La’Ray 1-26; Bonner, Alan 1-17; Freeman, Cory 1-10; Middleton, Calvin 1-9; Young, Jamal 1-6; Freeney, A. 1-4.

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL #9 Southeast Missouri 17 #1 Eastern Washington 37 December 4, 2010 Roos Field Attendance: 3,665

9-yard touchdown run by Mario Brown and the Eagles pulled ahead, 37-17, with 5:57 left. Southeast’s miscue was the first of four turnovers in the final nine minutes. Matt Scheible was picked off twice and Josh Coleman fumbled on a punt return, but none of those mishaps led to any points. EWU and Southeast exchanged field goals before heading into the locker room deadlocked at 17-17. Drew Geldbach connected from 34 yards out with 43 seconds remaining and Mike Jarrett split the uprights from 39 yards away with one second on the clock. Levi Mitchell completed 21of-34 passes for 178 yards and two touchdowns and Jones rushed for 168 yards and two TDs on 25 carries to lead EWU. Jones also averaged 6.7 yards per carry on the day. Defensively, the Eagles held Southeast to only 12 rushing yards and 26 yards of total offense in the second half. Sherritt registered a game-high 10 tackles. Harris gained 108 yards and scored one touchdown on 20 attempts. It marked the 10th time Harris ran for over 100 yards in 12 starts this season. Scheible completed 6-of-15 passes for 69 yards and ran for 54 yards on 14 carries. Jackson posted a career-high 15 tackles and Justin Woodlief followed with 13 to lead the Redhawk defense. Southeast finished with 268 total yards, including 199 on the ground. The Redhawks also had a season-high nine penalties for 106 yards. The Redhawks ended their historic season at 9-3 overall.

Matt Scheible

Score by Quarters #9 Southeast Missouri #1 Eastern Washington Scoring Summary 1st 07:38 EWU 03:05 SEMO 2nd 04:14 SEMO 03:43 EWU 00:43 SEMO 00:01 EWU 3rd 04:56 EWU 4th 13:40 EWU 05:57 EWU

2 10 10

3 0 7

4 0 13

Score 17 37

Record: 9-3 Record: 10-2

Jones 1 yd run (Jarrett kick) Jackson 10 yd interception return (Geldbach kick) Harris 1 yd run (Geldbach kick) Jones 56 yd run (Jarrett kick) Geldbach 34 yd field goal Jarrett 39 yd field goal Edwards 10 yd pass from Mitchell (Jarrett kick) Herd 10 yd pass from Mitchell (Jarrett kick) Brown 9 yd run (Jarrett kick failed)

First Downs Rushes-Yards (Net) Passing Yards (Net) Passes Comp-Att-Int Total Offense Plays-Yards Fumble Returns-Yards-TD Punt Returns-Yards-TD Kickoff Returns-Yards-TD Interceptions-Yards-TD Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

SEMO 8 40-199 69 6-15-2 55-268 1-59-0 2-0-0 6-137-0 1-10-1 6-33.0 2-2 9-106 26:40 3-14 2-3 2-4 0-0

EWU 22 42-217 178 21-34-1 76-395 0-0-0 1-2-0 3-59-0 2-15-0 5-37.6 2-1 4-55 33:20 6-15 2-3 4-6 1-7

Rushing: SEMO - Harris, Henry 20-108; Scheible, Matt 14-54; Jones, Mike 4-37; Grass, Nathan 1-3; Cox, Cedric 1--3. EWU - Jones, Taiwan 25-168; Brown, Mario 13-54; TEAM 3--2; Johnson, Daniel 1--3. Passing: SEMO - Scheible, Matt 6-15-2-69. EWU - Mitchell, Bo 21-34-1-178. Receiving: SEMO - Brown, Bradley 2-26; Ahamefule, Chantae 1-38; Edwards, Miles 1-5; Harris, Henry 1-1; Cox, Cedric 1--1. EWU - Edwards, N. 8-65; Kaufman, Brandon 4-37; Herd, Greg 3-28; Jones, Taiwan 3-18; Hart, Tyler 2-25; Brown, Mario 1-5.

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1 7 7

GAME 12

CHENEY, Wash. - Fifth-seeded Eastern Washington scored 23 unanswered points, including 20 in the second half, en route to a 37-17 win over Southeast Missouri in the second round of the NCAA Division I Football Championship. EWU kicked a field goal with one second left in the first half, before breaking a 17-17 tie with 20 points in the second stanza. The Eagles will face North Dakota State in the quarterfinals next week. “I’m proud of our guys. It was a heckuva season,” said Southeast head coach Tony Samuel. “We played a real tough first half. It’s no secret that we lost the game in the second half.” Bo Levi Mitchell, a transfer out of Football Bowl Subdivision SMU, completed a go-ahead 10yard touchdown pass to Nicholas Edwards to give the Eagles a 2417 lead with 4:56 left in the third quarter. After Big Sky Conference Defensive Player of the Year J.C. Sherritt stopped Henry Harris on a 4th-and-1, EWU took over on downs at the Redhawks 43-yardline. Five plays later, Levi Mitchell hooked up with Greg Herd for a 10-yard strike to extend the Eagles lead to 31-17 with 13:40 remaining in the fourth quarter. Taiwan Jones ran the ball for 12 yards on two carries prior to the score. The Redhawks caught a bad break on special teams when Cameron Zuber’s punt went off of the foot of Sheldon McCullough. Jake Potter recovered and EWU was in business again, this time at the Southeast 39-yardline. The turnover resulted in a

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OPPONENTS


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September

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Southern Illinois Salukis 6 p.m., CT • Houck Stadium

General Information Location......................Carbondale, Ill. Population................................ 26,231 Founded..................................... 1869 Enrollment............................... 20,037 Nickname................................ Salukis Colors....................Maroon and White Affiliation......... NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference..... Missouri Valley Football Chancellor.................. Dr. Rita Cheng Athletic Director.............Mario Moccia Stadium Information Stadium...................... Saluki Stadium Year Opened.............................. 2010 Capacity................................... 15,000 Surface................................ Field Turf Sports Information Football SID...................... Jason Clay Office......................... (618) 453-5470 Press Box Phone....... (618) 453-1980 E-Mail...........................jclay@siu.edu Fax............................. (618) 453-2648

Team Information 2010 Record..................................5-6 Basic Offense.........................Multiple Basic Defense...............................3-4 Lettermen Returning/Lost.......... 41/21 Starters Returning/Lost.............. 14/11 Coaching Staff Head Coach....................Dale Lennon Career Record (Yrs.)....... 127-43 (14) At School (Yrs.)....................25-11 (3) Assistant Coaches Bubba Schweigert.................. DC, S Kalen DeBoer......................OC, WR Travis Stepps.............................. DB Randy Hedberg...........................QB Steve Crutchley........................... RB Eric Schmidt....................... OLB, DL Phil Meyer................................... OL John Steger.......................... ILB, ST Jim Jackson................................ TE

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Purdue Boilermakers 11 a.m., CT • Ross-Ade Stadium

General Information Location.............. West Lafayette, Ind. Population................................ 28,778 Founded..................................... 1869 Enrollment............................... 39,697 Nickname....................... Boilermakers Colors.................. Old Gold and Black Affiliation......... NCAA Division I (FBS) Conference............................. Big Ten President.............. France A. Cordova Athletic Director........Morgan J. Burke Stadium Information Stadium................ Ross-Ade Stadium Year Opened.............................. 1924 Capacity................................... 62,500 Surface......................Bermuda Grass Sports Information Football SID..................... Matt Rector Office......................... (765) 494-3196 Press Box Phone...(765) 494-9079/9080 E-Mail...............mrector@purdue.edu Fax............................. (765) 494-3202

Southern Illinois • Purdue

2011 Schedule

Date September 3 September 10 September 24 October 1 October 8 October 15 October 22 October 29 November 5 November 12 November 19

Opponent at Southeast Missouri at Mississippi Missouri State at Western Illinois North Dakota State Youngstown State at Northern Iowa Illinois State at South Dakota State Eastern Illinois at Indiana State

Dale Lennon Head Coach

Coaching Staff Head Coach.................... Danny Hope Career Record (Yrs.)........... 44-37 (7) At School (Yrs.)..................... 9-15 (2) Assistant Coaches Gary Emanuel....................... DC/DL J.B. Gibboney............................. ST Gary Nord............................ OC/QB Lou Anarumo............................... DB Shawn Clark................................ OL Phil Elmassian.............................LB Patrick Higgins........................... WR Cornell Jackson.......................... RB Don Landholm...........................OLB

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2011 Schedule Time 6 p.m., CT TBA 6 p.m., CT 3 p.m., CT 2 p.m., CT 2 p.m., CT 4 p.m., CT 2 p.m., CT 2 p.m., CT 2 p.m., CT 1:05 p.m., CT

Date September 3 September 10 September 17 October 1 October 8 October 15 October 22 October 29 November 5 November 12 November 19 November 26

Mike McElroy Safety

Opponent Middle Tennessee State at Rice Southeast Missouri Notre Dame Minnesota at Penn State Illinois at Michigan at Wisconsin Ohio State Iowa at Indiana

Danny Hope Head Coach

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Team Information 2010 Record..................................4-8 Basic Offense......................... Spread Basic Defense...............................4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost.......... 59/17 Starters Returning/Lost................ 16/6

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Joe Holland Linebacker

Time Noon, ET 3:30 p.m., ET Noon, ET 8 p.m., ET TBA Noon, ET Noon, ET Noon, ET TBA TBA TBA TBA


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Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles 7 p.m., CT • Tucker Stadium

General Information Location...................Cookeville, Tenn. Population................................ 23,923 Founded..................................... 1915 Enrollment............................... 11,385 Nickname.................... Golden Eagles Colors....................... Purple and Gold Affiliation......... NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference.......................Ohio Valley President.....................Dr. Robert Bell Athletic Director.............. Mark Wilson Stadium Information Stadium.....................Tucker Stadium Year Opened.............................. 1966 Capacity................................... 16,500 Surface.................................24/7 Turf Sports Information Football SID.................. Rob Schabert Office......................... (931) 372-3088 Press Box Phone... (931) 372-6030/6031 E-Mail..............rschabert@tntech.edu Fax............................. (931) 372-6139

Team Information 2010 Record..................................5-6 Basic Offense............ Multiple Spread Basic Defense................. Multiple 3-4 Lettermen Returning/Lost.......... 50/14 Starters Returning/Lost................ 21/3 Coaching Staff Head Coach.................Watson Brown Career Record (Yrs.)......111-178 (26) At School (Yrs.)................... 18-27 (4) Assistant Coaches Billy Taylor............................. DC/LB Will Holthouser............................ ST Steven Brown........................RB/QB Thomas Cox...........................OL/TE Sidney Powell................................S Ron Sigler.................................. WR Sam Williamson...........................DL

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Eastern Illinois Panthers 6 p.m., CT • Houck Stadium

General Information Location....................... Charleston, Ill. Population................................ 21,039 Founded..................................... 1895 Enrollment............................... 11,630 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......................... O’Brien Field Year Opened.............................. 1970 Capacity................................... 10,000 Surface...............................Pro-Grass 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

2011 Schedule

Date September 3 September 8 September 17 September 24 October 1 October 15 October 22 October 29 November 5 November 12 November 19

Opponent at Iowa Maryville at Eastern Illinois Southeast Missouri at UT Martin Tennessee State Open Date at Jacksonville State Murray State at Eastern Kentucky Austin Peay

Team Information 2010 Record..................................2-9 Basic Offense........... Multiple Pro-Set Basic Defense...............................4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost.......... 36/18 Starters Returning/Lost.............. 17/10

Tennessee Tech • Eastern Illinois

September

Coaching Staff Head Coach........................ Bob Spoo Career Record (Yrs.).. 142-122-1 (23) At School (Yrs.).........................Same Assistant Coaches Brian Callahan............................ OL Mike Lynch................................. WR Roy Wittke............................ OC/QB Roc Bellantoni....................... DC/LB Brian Standley..............................DL Matthew Smiley........................... ST Jason Fisher............................... TE Chad Cleveland.............................S

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2011 Schedule Time 11 a.m., CT 7 p.m., CT 6:30 p.m., CT 7 p.m., CT TBA 7 p.m., CT 3 p.m., CT 1:30 p.m., CT Noon, CT 1:30 p.m., CT

Date September 1 September 10 September 17 September 24 October 1 October 8 October 15 October 22 October 29 November 5 November 12

Opponent Illinois State at Northwestern Tennessee Tech at Jacksonville State at Southeast Missouri Eastern Kentucky at Murray State UT Martin at Austin Peay Tennessee State at Southern Illinois

Time 6:30 p.m., CT TBA 6:30 p.m., CT 6 p.m., CT 6 p.m., CT 1:30 p.m., CT 3 p.m., CT 1:30 p.m., CT TBA 1:30 p.m., CT 2 p.m., CT

Family Weekend Watson Brown Head Coach

Tim Benford Wide Receiver

Bob Spoo Head Coach

Cory Leman Linebacker

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Tennessee State Tigers 6 p.m., CT • L.P. Field

General Information Location.....................Nashville, Tenn. Population.............................. 596,462 Founded..................................... 1912 Enrollment................................. 8,824 Nickname.................................. Tigers Colors.............. Royal Blue and White Affiliation......... NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference.......................Ohio Valley President................. Portia H. Shields Athletic Director.......Teresa L. Phillips Stadium Information Stadium.................................LP Field Year Opened.............................. 1999 Capacity................................... 67,800 Surface.........................Natural Grass Sports Information Football SID............... Wallace Dooley Office......................... (615) 963-5674 Press Box Phone....... (615) 565-4450 E-Mail..........tyger.prman@gmail.com Fax............................. (615) 866-0086

Team Information 2010 Record..................................3-8 Basic Offense..........Spread/Pro-Style Basic Defense...............................4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost.......... 38/27 Starters Returning/Lost.............. 20/10 Coaching Staff Head Coach........................Rod Reed Career Record (Yrs.)............... 3-8 (1) At School (Yrs.).........................Same Assistant Coaches Mike Jones...........................OC/WR Justin Roberts.......................DC/DE Jeff Parker...................................QB Steven Smith............................... OL Kevin Mashack............................ RB Kenny Ray.................................. TE Osita Alaribe.......................... DT/RC Jerrell Cogmon.............................LB Anthony Blevins..................DB/STC Ed Sanders....................................S

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Eastern Kentucky Colonels 2 p.m., CT • Roy Kidd Stadium

General Information Location.......................Richmond, Ky. Population................................ 47,898 Founded..................................... 1906 Enrollment............................... 16,515 Nickname.............................. Colonels Colors....................Maroon and White Affiliation......... NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference.......................Ohio Valley President............... Dr. Doug Whitlock Athletic Director...............Mark Sandy Stadium Information Stadium................. Roy Kidd Stadium Year Opened.............................. 1969 Capacity................................... 20,000 Surface................................ Synthetic Sports Information Football SID.................. Michael Clark Office......................... (859) 622-6170 Press Box Phone....... (859) 622-2226 E-Mail............michael.clark@eku.edu Fax............................. (859) 622-5108

Tennessee State • Eastern Kentucky

2011 Schedule

Date September 3 September 10 September 17 September 24 October 1 October 8 October 15 October 22 November 5 November 12 November 19

Opponent vs. Southern vs. Jackson State at Murray State at Air Force at Austin Peay Southeast Missouri at Tennessee Tech at Eastern Kentucky at Eastern Illinois UT Martin Jacksonville State

Rod Reed Head Coach

Coaching Staff Head Coach......................Dean Hood Career Record (Yrs.)........... 19-15 (3) At School (Yrs.).........................Same Assistant Coaches Dane Damron....................... OC/QB Tony Hatmaker......................DC/DB Garry Fisher.................................LB Ben Hodges.......................... TE/RC Carson Jeffers............................. OL Jake Johnson...............................DL Klay Koester............................... WR John Revere................................ RB

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2011 Schedule Time 6 p.m., CT 6 p.m., CT 6 p.m., CT 2 p.m., CT 6 p.m., CT 6 p.m., CT 1:30 p.m., CT 2 p.m., CT 1:30 p.m., CT 5 p.m., CT 2 p.m., CT

Date September 3 September 10 September 17 September 24 October 8 October 15 October 22 October 29 November 5 November 12 November 19

Rico Council Linebacker

Opponent at Kansas State Missouri State Chattanooga at Austin Peay at Eastern Illinois Southeast Missouri Tennessee State at Murray State at Jacksonville State Tennessee Tech UT Martin

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Team Information 2010 Record..................................6-5 Basic Offense.........................Multiple Basic Defense...............................4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost.......... 39/15 Starters Returning/Lost................ 16/6

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Jeremy Caldwell Defensive Back

Time TBA 6 p.m., ET 6 p.m., ET 7 p.m., ET 2:30 p.m., ET 3 p.m., ET 3 p.m., ET 2 p.m., ET 4 p.m., ET 1 p.m., ET 1 p.m., ET


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Austin Peay Governors 1 p.m., CT • Houck Stadium

General Information Location...................Clarksville, Tenn. Population.............................. 119,735 Founded..................................... 1927 Enrollment............................... 10,723 Nickname........................... Governors Colors......................... Red and White Affiliation......... NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference.......................Ohio Valley President........................ Timothy Hall Athletic Director.................Dave Loos Stadium Information Stadium............... Governors Stadium Year Opened.............................. 1946 Capacity................................... 10,000 Surface.............. Polytan Mega Grass Sports Information Football SID..................... Brad Kirtley Office......................... (931) 221-7561 Press Box Phone....... (931) 221-7191 E-Mail................... kirtleyb@apsu.edu Fax............................. (931) 221-7562

Team Information 2010 Record..................................2-9 Basic Offense...................Pro Spread Basic Defense............................4-2-5 Lettermen Returning/Lost.......... 47/18 Starters Returning/Lost................ 18/7 Coaching Staff Head Coach..............Rick Christophel Career Record (Yrs.)........... 15-29 (4) At School (Yrs.).........................Same Assistant Coaches Tyler Trent................................... OL Granville Eastman................. DC/LB Ryan Taylor..................................LB Dainon Sidney............................. DB Marcus Gildersleeve............ WR/ST TBA............................................. RB Gary Shephard.............................LB

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UT Martin Skyhawks TBA • H.K. Grantham Field

General Information Location......................... Martin, Tenn. Population................................ 10,515 Founded..................................... 1951 Enrollment................................. 8,400 Nickname............................Skyhawks Colors.............Navy Blue and Orange Affiliation......... NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference.......................Ohio Valley Chancellor............ Dr. Thomas Rakes Athletic Director.................. Phil Dane Stadium Information Stadium... Hardy M. Graham Stadium Year Opened.............................. 1964 Capacity..................................... 7,500 Surface................................AstroPlay Sports Information Football SID....................... Joe Lofaro Office......................... (731) 881-7632 Press Box Phone...(731) 881-7694/7632 E-Mail.......................jlofaro@utm.edu Fax............................. (731) 881-7624

2011 Schedule

Date September 3 September 17 September 24 October 1 October 8 October 15 October 22 October 29 November 5 November 12 November 19

Opponent at Cincinnati at Memphis Eastern Kentucky Tennessee State at UT Martin Jacksonville State at Southeast Missouri Eastern Illinois Central State at Murray State at Tennessee Tech

Team Information 2010 Record..................................6-5 Basic Offense.........................Multiple Basic Defense...............................4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost.......... 41/15 Starters Returning/Lost................ 18/7

Austin Peay • UT Martin

October

Coaching Staff Head Coach............... Jason Simpson Career Record (Yrs.)........... 32-25 (5) At School (Yrs.).........................Same Assistant Coaches Mac Bryan.............................OC/OL Nathan Burton..............................LB Carmen Felus......................OC/WR Nick Glenn..................................RC Jordon Hankins........................... RB Kyle Manley................................QB Lytrel Pollard...............................DC Bernard Riley...............................DL

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2011 Schedule Time 6 p.m., CT TBA 6 p.m., CT 6 p.m., CT 2 p.m., CT 6 p.m., CT 1 p.m., CT 4 p.m., CT 1 p.m., CT 1 p.m., CT 1:30 p.m., CT

Date September 1 September 15 September 22 October 1 October 8 October 15 October 22 October 29 November 5 November 12 November 19

Opponent at Jacksonville State Union College (Ky.) Murray State Tennessee Tech Austin Peay at South Alabama at Eastern Illinois Southeast Missouri at Mississippi State at Tennessee State at Eastern Kentucky

Time 6 p.m., CT 6 p.m., CT 6 p.m., CT TBA 2 p.m., CT 4 p.m., CT 1:30 p.m., CT TBA TBA 5:30 p.m., CT TBA

Homecoming Rick Christophel Head Coach

Antwaun Majors Safety

Jason Simpson Head Coach

Jason McNair Running Back

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Central Methodist Eagles 1 p.m., CT • Houck Stadium

General Information Location.......................... Fayette, Mo. Population.................................. 2,676 Founded..................................... 1854 Enrollment................................. 1,200 Nickname................................. Eagles Colors...................... Green and Black Affiliation.....................................NAIA Conference....Heart of America Athletic President............ Dr. Marianne Inman Athletic Director.............. Jay Webster Stadium Information Stadium............................ Davis Field Year Opened.............................. 1911 Capacity..................................... 2,500 Surface................................ Field Turf Sports Information Football SID.............. Kelcey Zutavern Office......................... (660) 248-6358 Press Box Phone.......................... N/A E-Mail... kzutaver@centralmethodist.edu Fax............................. (660) 248-1632

Team Information 2010 Record..................................3-7 Basic Offense............................... N/A Basic Defense.............................. N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost............ 58/7 Starters Returning/Lost................ 21/5 Coaching Staff Head Coach....................Alan Dykens Career Record (Yrs.)........... 12-20 (3) At School...................................Same Assistant Coaches Jody Ford....................................DC Keith Setler...........................OC/OL Larry Anderson............................ ST Gary Baker...................................DL D. Bryant.................................... WR Roshe Hepburn........................... DB Miguel Paredes..................... LB/RC Popi Stevens............................... RB Johnny Stilwell............................ DE

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Jacksonville State Gamecocks 1 p.m., CT • Houck Stadium

General Information Location...................Jacksonville, Ala. Population.................................. 8,404 Founded..................................... 1883 Enrollment................................. 9,504 Nickname......................... Gamecocks Colors......................... Red and White Affiliation......... NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference.......................Ohio Valley President.........Dr. William A. Meehan Athletic Director.......... Warren Koegel Stadium Information Stadium..............Burgess-Snow Field Year Opened.............................. 1947 Capacity................................... 24,000 Surface................. Pro Grass Artificial Sports Information Football SID....................... Greg Seitz Office......................... (256) 782-5279 Press Box Phone... (256) 782-5585/5586 E-Mail........................ gseitz@jsu.edu Fax............................. (256) 782-5958

Central Methodist • Jacksonville State

2011 Schedule

Date September 3 September 10 September 17 September 24 October 1 October 8 October 15 October 22 October 29 November 5 November 12

Opponent at Mid-America Nazarene Avila at Baker Culver-Stockton Open Benedictine at Graceland Peru State at Evangel at Southeast Missouri Missouri Valley College

Alan Dykens Head Coach

Coaching Staff Head Coach..................... Jack Crowe Career Record (Yrs.)......... 88-78 (12) At School........................... 74-48 (10) Assistant Coaches Chris Boone................................DC Ronnie Letson...................... OC/QB Brandon Cooper.......................... CB Jimmy Ogle...........................RB/RC Adam Ross................................. OL Max Thurmond..................... WR/ST Matt Wannebo................................S Tommy Joe Whiddon.................. TE Davern Williams...........................DL

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2011 Schedule Time 6 p.m., CT 6 p.m., CT 6 p.m., CT 6 p.m., CT 1 p.m., CT 2 p.m., CT 1 p.m., CT 1:30 p.m., CT 1 p.m., CT 1 p.m., CT

Date September 1 September 10 September 17 September 24 October 1 October 15 October 22 October 29 November 5 November 12 November 19

Matt Fraley Defensive Line

Opponent UT Martin at Chattanooga Georgia State Eastern Illinois at Murray State at Austin Peay at Kentucky Tennessee Tech Eastern Kentucky at Southeast Missouri at Tennessee State

Jack Crowe Head Coach

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Team Information 2010 Record..................................9-3 Basic Offense.........................Multiple Basic Defense...............................5-2 Lettermen Returning/Lost.......... 51/19 Starters Returning/Lost.............. 16/10

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Marques Ivory Quarterback

Time 6 p.m., CT TBA 2:30 p.m., CT 6 p.m., CT 6 p.m., CT TBA TBA 3 p.m., CT 3 p.m., CT 1 p.m., CT 2 p.m., CT


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Murray State Racers 1 p.m., CT • Houck Stadium

General Information Location............................ Murray, Ky. Population................................ 14,950 Founded..................................... 1922 Enrollment............................... 10,500 Nickname.................................Racers Colors......................... Navy and Gold Affiliation......... NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference.......................Ohio Valley President...............Dr. Randy J. Dunn Athletic Director.................Allen Ward Stadium Information Stadium............ Roy Stewart Stadium Year Opened.............................. 1973 Capacity................................... 16,800 Surface................................ Field Turf 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

Team Information 2010 Record..................................6-5 Basic Offense......................... Spread Basic Defense...............................4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost.......... 39/11 Starters Returning/Lost................ 19/3 Coaching Staff Head Coach.................. Chris Hatcher Career Record (Yrs.)......... 95-27 (10) At School (Yrs.)....................... 6-5 (1) Assistant Coaches Ashley Anders....................... DC/LB Mitch Stewart....................... OC/QB Shawn Bostick............................ OL Keith Hatcher........................DB/RC Kenny Parker...............................DL Mike Polly.............................. OT/ST Cornelius Williams..................... WR Chris Burnette................................S

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2011 Schedule

Date September 1 September 10 September 17 September 22 October 1 October 8 October 15 October 29 November 5 November 12 November 19

Opponent at Louisville at Mississippi Valley State Tennessee State at UT Martin Jacksonville State at Georgia State Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky at Tennessee Tech Austin Peay at Southeast Missouri

Chris Hatcher Head Coach

Casey Brockman Quarterback

Time 5 p.m., CT 4 p.m., CT 6 p.m., CT 6 p.m., CT 6 p.m., CT TBA 3 p.m., CT 1 p.m., CT 1:30 p.m., CT 1 p.m., CT 1 p.m., CT

All-Time Series Records Opponent Record Abilene Christian..........................1-1 Arkansas.......................................0-2 Arkansas College‑Batesville.........2-0 Ark­ansas-Monticello.....................1-1 Arkansas State..........................7-4-1 Arkansas Tech...........................7-7-1 Augustana (S.D.)..........................1-0 Austin Peay.................................9-6 Ball State......................................0-1 Barnes College.............................1-0 Bethel College (Tenn.)..................1-0 Bowling Green..............................0-1 Bradley University.........................2-1 Carson‑Newman...........................2-0 Carthage (Ill.)................................2-0 Central Iowa State . .....................0-1 Central Arkansas State..............7-7-1 Central Missouri.....................38-23-7 Central Wesleyan.........................2-0 Charleston Athletic Club...............0-1 Christian Brothers.........................0-4 Cincinnati......................................0-2 Culver Stockton.........................2-0-1 Delta State...............................4-23-1 DeSoto Athletic Club.....................0-1 Drake University...........................0-1 Eastern Illinois..........................5-13 Eastern Kentucky.....................3-18 Eastern Michigan..........................0-2 Eastern Washington.....................0-1 Evansville................................17-6-1 Farmington Athletic Club..............2-0 Grand Valley State........................0-1 Haskell Indians.............................1-0 Hawaii...........................................0-1 Henderson State Teachers...........1-0 Hendrix.........................................5-1 Hillsdale........................................0-1 Illinois College..............................0-1 Illinois State..................................2-8 Indiana State................................4-3 Jackson Athletic Club...................6-1 Jacksonville State....................5-10 Kent State.....................................0-1 Kentucky State.............................2-0 Lambuth........................................1-0 Lincoln University ......................19-1 Macomb Teachers........................1-0 McKendree................................1-5-2 Mayfield College...........................3-0 Memphis (West Tenn.)...............1-2-2 Memphis Navy..............................1-0 Middle Tennessee State.............1-10

Millikin...........................................2-0 Mississippi....................................1-1 Mississippi College.......................2-2 Missouri........................................0-2 Missouri ‘B’ Team..........................1-1 Missouri S&T.........................35-23-3 Missouri Southern.........................4-2 Missouri State...........................28-47 Missouri Valley..............................3-1 Missouri Western..........................4-0 Morehead State............................3-2 Murray State...........................8-36-1 Nicholls State................................0-1 Northeast Louisiana......................0-2 Northeast Oklahoma.....................0-2 Northern Iowa...............................0-2 Northwest Missouri State .....36-25-2 Oakland City.................................2-0 Ohio University...........................0-10 Pittsburg State..............................0-2 Poplar Bluff Athletic Club..............1-0 Quincy..........................................2-0 Rose Polytechnic Institute............1-0 Saint Louis..................................0-13 Samford........................................3-5 Sam Houston State......................0-2 Shurtleff........................................3-1 Sikeston Athletic Club................2-2-1 South Dakota................................1-1 Southeast Oklahoma....................0-2 Southern Illinois..................37-31-8 Southwest Baptist.........................5-2 St. Ambrose...............................1-0-1 St. Benedict’s................................3-0 Tennessee State.......................10-9 Tennessee Tech........................8-11 Troy State.....................................1-1 Truman State.........................37-25-2 Upper Iowa...................................1-0 UT Martin.................................14-12 Washburn.....................................3-0 Washington University (Mo.).....0-4-1 Western Illinois.............................1-0 Western Kentucky......................1-10 Westminster...............................1-1-1 William Penn.................................1-0

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Samuel vs. All Opponents Arizona State....................................... 0-1 Arkansas.............................................. 0-3 Arkansas State.................................... 5-2 Army.................................................... 1-1 Austin Peay........................................ 3-2 Ball State............................................. 0-1 Boise State.......................................... 0-4 California............................................. 0-2 Cal Poly............................................... 0-1 Cal State Northridge............................ 1-0 Cincinnati............................................. 0-2 Colorado State..................................... 0-2 Eastern Illinois................................... 1-4 Eastern Kentucky.............................. 1-4 Eastern Washington............................ 0-1 Florida Atlantic..................................... 1-0 Florida International............................. 1-0 Georgia................................................ 0-2 Georgia Tech....................................... 0-1 Idaho................................................... 3-4 Indiana State....................................... 2-0 Jacksonville State............................. 1-4 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 S&T....................................... 1-0 Murray State....................................... 3-2 Nevada................................................ 1-2 New Mexico......................................... 3-5 New Mexico Highlands........................ 1-0 North Texas......................................... 1-7 Oregon State....................................... 0-2 Quincy................................................. 1-0 Samford............................................... 1-1 South Carolina..................................... 0-2 Southern Illinois................................ 1-1 Southwest Baptist................................ 3-0 Tennessee State................................ 2-2 Tennessee Tech................................. 1-3 Texas................................................... 0-3 Texas El-Paso...................................... 2-4 Troy..................................................... 1-0 Tulsa.................................................... 2-0 UT Martin............................................ 1-4 Utah State............................................ 2-5 Western New Mexico........................... 1-0 Record 56-92

Series Results vs. 2011 Opponents

Series Records

2011 Opponents in Bold Murray State 8-36-1 (H: 5-16, A: 3-20-1) Year SEMO OPP 1926 L 0 3 1927* L 0 6 1928 L 0 12 1929* W 13 0 1930 L 0 7 1931* L 6 32 1948* L 0 40 1960 L 10 21

1961* 1962* 1968* 1969 1976 1977* 1978 1979 1980 1981* 1982 1983* 1984 1985 1986* 1987 1988* 1991 1992* 1993 1994* 1995 1996* 1997 1998 1999* 2000 2001* 2002 2003* 2004 2005* 2006 2007* 2008 2009* 2010

L L L L L L W T L L L L L L L L W L W L L L L L L L L L L L L W W L L W W

7 15 14 14 3 6 24 21 6 23 6 11 3 25 17 12 16 10 27 14 16 0 0 3 14 18 28 35 31 24 13 52 24 17 10 49 30

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 38 27 28 21 17 31 17 13 17

Southern Illinois 37-31-8 (H: 18-16-4, A: 19-15-4) 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 1934* 1935 1935* 1936 1937* 1937 1938 1938* 1939* 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* 2009* 2010

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

14 32 7 14 6 14 13 27 0 9 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 24 24

6 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 6 2 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 42 21

Tennessee Tech 8-11 (H: 5-5, A: 3-6) Year SEMO OPP 1991* W 34 31 1992 L 14 49 1993* L 3 24 1994 W 19 14 1995* W 33 12 1996 L 20 30 1997* L 14 17 1998 W 29 24 1999* L 7 21 2000 L 6 31 2001 L 21 41 2002* W 36 30 2003 W 24 20 2004* W 31 28OT 2005 L 24 31 2006* L 29 32 2008* L 27 29 2009 L 16 28 2010* W 23 21

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Eastern Illinois 5-13 (H: 3-6, A: 2-7) Year SEMO OPP 1956* W 46 13 1957 W 41 0 1995 L 18 34 1996* L 21 41 1997* L 7 32 1998 L 33 35 1999* W 45 38 2000 L 9 38 2001 L 0 12 2002* L 27 44 2003* W 30 17 2004 L 28 35 2005* L 24 48 2006 L 0 21 2007* L 16 31 2008 L 21 24 2009* L 14 23 2010 W 28 13 Tennessee State 10-9 (H: 8-3, A: 2-6) Year SEMO OPP 1991* W 37 34 1992 L 27 37 1993* W 14 13 1994 W 17 12 1995* W 41 24 1996 W 24 21 1997* L 27 32 1998* L 7 38 1999* L 28 35 2000 L 33 51 2001 L 14 20 2002* W 49 25 2003* W 52 35 2004 L 36 38 2005* W 32 24 2006 L 0 31 2008* W 27 20OT 2009 L 17 23 2010* W 19 17 Austin Peay 9-5 Year SEMO OPP 1953 W 14 8 1965 L 7 50 1966 L 27 28 1991 L 21 24 1992 L 16 21 1993 W 17 10 1994 W 31 10 1995 W 38 23 1996 W 17 13 1997 W 31 0 2006 W 38 13 2007* L 31 342OT 2008 W 33 30 2009* L 14 24 2010 W 41 24 Eastern Kentucky 3-18 (H: 1-9, A: 2-9) Year SEMO OPP 1990 L 0 45 1991* L 7 49

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

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

10 21 6 34 0 10 7 28 24 24 35 41 13 32 21 17 16 6 40

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

UT Martin 14-12 (H: 8-5, A: 6-7) Year SEMO OPP 1966* L 14 17 1967 L 0 39 1984 L 7 21 1985* W 57 17 1986 W 37 29 1987* L 13 25 1991 L 29 36 1992* W 37 13 1993 L 14 17 1994* W 10 0 1995 W 38 17 1996* L 6 7 1997 W 42 7 1998* W 41 14 1999 W 36 7 2000* W 34 14 2001* W 45 30 2002 W 50 35 2003 W 20 7 2004* W 35 7 2005 L 21 24 2006* L 14 28 2007 L 20 55 2008* L 21 31 2009 L 22 29 2010* W 24 17 Jacksonville State 5-10 (H: 4-4, A: 1-6) Year SEMO OPP 1961* W 13 12 1962 L 0 6 1963* W 10 7 1964 W 24 0 1965* L 13 23 1969* W 19 13 1971 L 0 57 2003* L 17 22 2004 L 9 47 2005* L 10 24 2006 L 7 38 2007* W 32 25 2008 L 17 38 2009* L 3 24 2010 L 27 29


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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL 2010 Standings

Southeast Missouri - # ^ Jacksonville State - ^ Eastern Kentucky Murray State UT Martin Tennessee Tech Eastern Illinois Austin Peay Tennessee State

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

Pct. .875 .750 .714 .625 .625 .500 .250 .125 .000

PF 232 268 199 295 175 211 160 134 101

PA 159 191 147 213 159 211 221 288 186

Overall 9-3 9-3 6-5 6-5 6-5 5-6 2-9 2-9 3-8

Pct. .750 .750 .545 .545 .545 .455 .182 .182 .273

PF 323 386 303 397 237 264 197 208 220

PA 258 300 250 334 254 317 322 420 258

Home 5-0 5-1 5-0 4-1 4-1 3-2 1-4 1-4 1-3

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

Neutral 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-1

Streak Lost 2 Lost 2 Won 4 Won 3 Won 2 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 8 Lost 6

# - OVC Regular-Season Champion ^ - NCAA Playoff Participant

2010 OVC Final Statistics

Scoring Offense Murray State Jacksonville State Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri Tennessee Tech UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay Eastern Illinois

XPT 2XP DXP Saf Points Avg/G 44 1 0 0 397 36.1 41 2 0 1 386 32.2 38 1 0 1 303 27.5 33 1 0 0 323 26.9 26 0 0 0 221 22.1 28 0 0 1 237 21.5 23 0 0 1 220 20.0 22 0 0 0 208 18.9 21 1 0 0 197 17.9

Rushing Offense Southeast Missouri Tennessee State Austin Peay Jacksonville State Tennessee Tech UT Martin Eastern Kentucky Murray State Eastern Illinois

G 12 11 11 12 10 11 11 11 11

Att 632 428 407 482 414 401 424 385 350

Yds 3181 2090 1838 2004 1586 1689 1670 1498 962

Avg 5.0 4.9 4.5 4.2 3.8 4.2 3.9 3.9 2.7

TD Yds/G 31 265.1 17 190.0 13 167.1 20 167.0 14 158.6 12 153.5 20 151.8 25 136.2 6 87.5

Scoring Defense G TD FG XPT 2XP DXP Saf Points Avg/G Southeast Missouri Eastern Kentucky UT Martin Tennessee State Jacksonville State Eastern Illinois Murray State Tennessee Tech Austin Peay

12 11 11 11 12 11 11 10 11

32 31 33 35 39 41 44 41 56

Rushing Defense Eastern Kentucky UT Martin Southeast Missouri Tennessee State Jacksonville State Murray State Eastern Illinois Tennessee Tech Austin Peay

G 11 11 12 11 12 11 11 10 11

Att 432 415 438 400 465 433 472 427 515

Yds 1381 1598 1828 1683 1938 2097 2340 2156 2437

Avg 3.2 3.9 4.2 4.2 4.2 4.8 5.0 5.0 4.7

TD Yds/G 16 125.5 16 145.3 17 152.3 15 153.0 23 161.5 21 190.6 33 212.7 20 215.6 34 221.5

Total Offense Murray State UT Martin Jacksonville State Southeast Missouri Tennessee State Tennessee Tech Eastern Kentucky Eastern Illinois Austin Peay

G 11 11 12 12 11 10 11 11 11

Rush 1498 1689 2004 3181 2090 1586 1670 962 1838

Pass 3449 2637 2606 1246 1820 1685 1861 2279 1283

Plays 900 744 836 814 738 644 682 690 659

Yds Avg/P TD Avg/G 4947 5.5 47 449.7 4326 5.8 26 393.3 4610 5.5 47 384.2 4427 5.4 39 368.9 3910 5.3 27 355.5 3271 5.1 27 327.1 3531 5.2 34 321.0 3241 4.7 24 294.6 3121 4.7 22 283.7

Pass Offense

Murray State UT Martin Jacksonville State Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Tech Tennessee State Austin Peay Southeast Missouri

G 11 11 12 11 11 10 11 11 12

C 347 199 211 193 135 131 159 127 109

Att 515 343 354 340 258 230 310 252 182

INT 9 12 11 18 14 5 9 14 3

Pct. 67.4 58.0 59.6 56.8 52.3 57.0 51.3 50.4 59.9

Yds 3449 2637 2606 2279 1861 1685 1820 1283 1246

Avg 6.7 7.7 7.4 6.7 7.2 7.3 5.9 5.1 6.8

TD 22 14 27 18 14 13 10 9 8

Avg/G 313.5 239.7 217.2 207.2 169.2 168.5 165.5 116.6 103.8

Total Defense

G 11 12 11 12 11 11 11 10 11

Rush 1598 1828 1683 1938 1381 2340 2097 2156 2437

Pass 1694 1977 2081 2373 2684 1895 2288 2034 2532

Plays 720 786 708 804 761 789 751 697 819

Yds Avg/P TD Avg/G 3292 4.6 28 299.3 3805 4.8 28 317.1 3764 5.3 34 342.2 4311 5.4 35 359.2 4065 5.3 31 369.5 4235 5.4 38 385.0 4385 5.8 40 398.6 4190 6.0 38 419.0 4969 6.1 53 451.7

Pass Defense UT Martin Southeast Missouri Eastern Illinois Tennessee State Jacksonville State Tennessee Tech Murray State Austin Peay Eastern Kentucky

G 11 12 11 11 12 10 11 11 11

C 154 203 204 165 198 172 187 191 198

Att 305 348 317 308 339 270 318 304 329

INT 8 20 5 10 10 12 8 8 9

Pct. 50.5 58.3 64.4 53.6 58.4 63.7 58.8 62.8 60.2

Yds 1694 1977 1895 2081 2373 2034 2288 2532 2684

Avg 5.6 5.7 6.0 6.8 7.0 7.5 7.2 8.3 8.2

TD 12 11 5 19 12 18 19 19 15

Avg/G 154.0 164.8 172.3 189.2 197.8 203.4 208.0 230.2 244.0

UT Martin Southeast Missouri Tennessee State Jacksonville State Eastern Kentucky Eastern Illinois Murray State Tennessee Tech Austin Peay

G 11 12 11 12 10 11 11 11 11

TD 51 49 41 42 28 29 28 25 25

FG 15 15 5 12 9 11 9 12 8 12 11 8 7 10 11 9 11 10

30 27 30 27 34 41 41 36 52

0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0

258 250 254 258 300 322 334 317 420

21.5 22.7 23.1 23.5 25.0 29.3 30.4 31.7 38.2

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL G 12 11 10 11 12 11 11 11 11

Punting Eastern Kentucky Jacksonville State Eastern Illinois UT Martin Tennessee Tech Tennessee State Murray State Southeast Missouri Austin Peay

G 11 12 11 11 10 11 11 12 11

First Downs Murray State Southeast Missouri Jacksonville State Tennessee State UT Martin Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Tech Eastern Illinois Austin Peay

G 11 12 12 11 11 11 10 11 11

C 211 347 131 199 109 135 193 159 127 No. 55 46 57 59 43 61 51 48 53

Opponent First Downs G UT Martin 11 Tennessee State 11 Murray State 11 Eastern Kentucky 11 Tennessee Tech 10 Southeast Missouri 12 Eastern Illinois 11 Jacksonville State 12 Austin Peay 11

Kickoff Returns Eastern Kentucky Jacksonville State Southeast Missouri Eastern Illinois Murray State Austin Peay Tennessee State UT Martin Tennessee Tech

G 11 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 10

Att 354 515 230 343 182 258 340 310 252

Yds 2318 1798 2360 2331 1656 2443 1956 1709 2173

Int 11 9 5 12 3 14 18 9 14

Pct. 59.6 67.4 57.0 58.0 59.9 52.3 56.8 51.3 50.4

Yds 2606 3449 1685 2637 1246 1861 2279 1820 1283

TD 27 22 13 14 8 14 18 10 9

Effic. 140.4 134.2 132.8 129.1 128.6 120.0 120.0 105.4 93.8

Avg/P 42.1 39.1 41.4 39.5 38.5 40.0 38.4 35.6 41.0

Ret 118 124 182 189 92 321 240 139 515

Avg TB Net/P 2.1 5 38.2 2.7 2 35.5 3.2 9 35.1 3.2 5 34.6 2.1 5 34.0 5.3 4 33.5 4.7 2 32.9 2.9 3 31.5 9.7 3 30.2

Punt Returns Murray State Tennessee Tech Eastern Kentucky Jacksonville State UT Martin Austin Peay Tennessee State Eastern Illinois Southeast Missouri

G 11 10 11 12 11 11 11 11 12

No. 18 8 22 32 27 9 30 12 11

Yds 354 100 269 353 291 93 250 82 62

TD 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0

Avg 19.7 12.5 12.2 11.0 10.8 10.3 8.3 6.8 5.6

Interceptions Southeast Missouri Tennessee Tech Jacksonville State Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky UT Martin Austin Peay Murray State Eastern Illinois

G 12 10 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

No. 20 12 10 10 9 8 8 8 5

Yds 317 89 183 134 206 43 98 163 116

TD 3 1 0 0 2 1 1 2 0

Avg 15.9 7.4 18.3 13.4 22.9 5.4 12.2 20.4 23.2

Rush 88 172 109 104 79 88 92 64 83

Pass 161 55 116 82 105 85 73 108 63

Pen 11 13 14 25 9 15 23 14 16

Total 260 240 239 211 193 188 188 186 162

Avg/G 23.6 20.0 19.9 19.2 17.5 17.1 18.8 16.9 14.7

3rd-Down Conv. Southeast Missouri Jacksonville State Tennessee Tech Austin Peay Eastern Kentucky Tennessee State UT Martin Murray State Eastern Illinois

G 12 12 10 11 11 11 11 11 11

Conv. 80 76 56 53 52 55 56 61 41

Att 169 171 138 146 146 155 159 177 138

Pct. 47.3 44.4 40.6 36.3 35.6 35.5 35.2 34.5 29.7

Rush 87 90 99 80 118 114 125 103 134

Pass 76 82 94 118 93 103 93 116 114

Pen 15 19 16 14 13 11 10 19 15

Total 178 191 209 212 224 228 228 238 263

Avg/G 16.2 17.4 19.0 19.3 22.4 19.0 20.7 19.8 23.9

Opp. 3rd-Down Conv. UT Martin Eastern Kentucky Tennessee State Jacksonville State Murray State Southeast Missouri Eastern Illinois Tennessee Tech Austin Peay

G 11 11 11 12 11 12 11 10 11

Conv. 51 48 52 62 64 72 69 62 76

Att 163 152 150 158 162 167 157 133 154

Pct. 31.3 31.6 34.7 39.2 39.5 43.1 43.9 46.6 49.4

No. 41 51 44 47 51 62 47 45 43

Yds 967 1171 985 1037 1101 1274 933 882 667

TD 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0

Avg 23.6 23.0 22.4 22.1 21.6 20.5 19.9 19.6 15.5

4th-Down Conv. Southeast Missouri Murray State Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Tech Jacksonville State Austin Peay Eastern Illinois Tennessee State UT Martin

G 12 11 11 10 12 11 11 11 11

Conv. 13 22 11 10 11 8 7 4 4

Att 18 33 18 17 19 20 21 13 22

Pct. 72.2 66.7 61.1 58.8 57.9 40.0 33.3 30.8 18.2

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Pass Efficiency Jacksonville State Murray State Tennessee Tech UT Martin Southeast Missouri Eastern Kentucky Eastern Illinois Tennessee State Austin Peay

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G 12 11 11 11 11 10 12 11 11

Penalties

G Eastern Illinois 11 Southeast Missouri 12 Murray State 11 Eastern Kentucky 11 Tennessee Tech 10 Jacksonville State 12 Austin Peay 11 Tennessee State 11 UT Martin 11

Opp. Penalites

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G Tennessee Tech 10 Tennessee State 11 Eastern Kentucky 11 Austin Peay 11 Eastern Illinois 11 Jacksonville State 12 Murray State 11 Southeast Missouri 12 UT Martin 11

Conv. 7 8 7 10 13 10 13 11 13

Att 22 21 18 24 25 18 22 18 20

Pct. 31.8 38.1 38.9 41.7 52.0 55.6 59.1 61.1 65.0

No. 49 54 61 71 76 76 78 81 80

Yds 413 455 542 565 516 673 629 632 667

Avg/G 37.5 37.9 49.3 51.4 51.6 56.1 57.2 57.5 60.6

Conv. 72 75 78 56 69 65 61 54 55

Att 620 680 604 560 551 520 474 435 367

Pct. 62.0 61.8 54.9 50.9 50.1 43.3 43.1 36.2 33.4

Field Goals UT Martin Southeast Missouri Jacksonville State Austin Peay Eastern Illinois Murray State Tennessee Tech Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky

G Made-Att Pct. 11 11-14 .786 12 12-17 .706 12 15-22 .682 11 12-18 .667 11 8-12 .667 11 15-23 .652 10 9-16 .562 11 9-18 .500 11 5-12 .417

PAT Kicking

G Made-Att Pct. 11 38-39 .974 11 28-29 .966 11 22-23 .957 11 21-22 .955 12 41-44 .932 10 26-28 .929 11 44-48 .917 12 33-38 .868 11 23-28 .821

Eastern Kentucky UT Martin Austin Peay Eastern Illinois Jacksonville State Tennessee Tech Murray State Southeast Missouri Tennessee State

Sacks By Eastern Kentucky Tennessee State UT Martin Murray State Tennessee Tech Southeast Missouri Jacksonville State Eastern Illinois Austin Peay

G 11 11 11 11 10 12 12 11 11

No. 32 27 22 20 17 14 14 12 10

Yds 208 171 125 117 90 99 97 83 57

Sacks Against Southeast Missouri Austin Peay Jacksonville State Tennessee State Murray State Tennessee Tech UT Martin Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky

G 12 11 12 11 11 10 11 11 11

No. 6 9 10 13 16 18 22 36 38

Yds 36 56 65 98 118 108 151 237 200

TOP 354:13 385:45 383:24 334:47 328:43 297:20 320:46 308:49 308:48

Avg/G 32:12 32:08 31:57 30:26 29:53 29:44 29:09 28:04 28:04

Time of Possession G Tennessee State 11 Southeast Missouri 12 Jacksonville State 12 UT Martin 11 Eastern Kentucky 11 Tennessee Tech 10 Murray State 11 Eastern Illinois 11 Austin Peay 11

Gained Turnover Margin G F INT TOT F Southeast Missouri 12 9 20 29 13 Tennessee Tech 10 8 12 20 12 Murray State 11 11 8 19 7 Jacksonville State 12 8 10 18 7 Eastern Kentucky 11 12 9 21 8 Tennessee State 11 7 10 17 9 UT Martin 11 10 8 18 10 Austin Peay 11 9 8 17 10 Eastern Illinois 11 17 5 22 15

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Lost INT 3 5 9 11 14 9 12 14 18

TOT Margin Per/G 16 +13 1.08 17 +3 0.30 16 +3 0.27 18 +0 0.00 22 -1 -0.09 18 -1 -0.09 22 -4 -0.36 24 -7 -0.64 33 -11 -1.00


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Jacksonville State Tennessee Tech Southeast Missouri Murray State Eastern Kentucky Austin Peay Eastern Illinois Tennessee State UT Martin

G 12 10 12 11 11 11 11 11 11

Red Zone Scores-Chances 48-56 31-38 40-51 44-58 23-31 20-27 20-28 31-44 25-37

Pct. 85.7 81.6 78.4 75.9 74.2 74.1 71.4 70.5 67.6

Touchdowns Field Goals TDs Rush-Pass Made-Att 37 15-22 11-15 24 13-11 7-9 32 28-4 8-11 34 22-12 10-15 20 13-7 3-7 12 6-6 8-11 14 5-9 6-10 23 15-8 8-13 15 10-5 10-11

Fumbles 0 0 1 3 3 1 2 1 1

Lost Possession INT Downs 1 3 0 3 1 4 0 5 1 0 0 3 2 0 2 4 2 7

Other 0 2 2 1 0 0 0 1 1

Red Zone Defense Tennessee State Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky Murray State Jacksonville State UT Martin Southeast Missouri Tennessee Tech Austin Peay

G 11 11 11 11 12 11 12 10 11

Red Zone Scores-Chances 27-37 40-54 29-39 30-39 34-44 29-37 29-36 38-47 50-58

Pct. 73.0 74.1 74.4 76.9 77.3 78.4 80.6 80.9 86.2

Touchdowns Field Goals TDs Rush-Pass Made-Att 22 11-11 5-6 32 28-4 8-11 20 14-6 9-14 22 13-9 8-10 27 20-7 7-12 21 11-10 8-11 21 15-6 8-8 28 17-11 10-15 44 32-12 6-8

Fumbles 2 4 1 0 0 2 1 2 2

Lost Possession INT Downs 1 6 2 4 1 2 2 4 0 4 0 2 1 4 2 0 2 0

Other 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2

Rushing Henry Harris, SEMO Mike Harris, MUR Matt Scheible, SEMO Terrence Holt, APSU Dante Thomas, TSU Ryan White, APSU Calvin Middleton, JSU Jocques Crawford, TTU Jason McNair, UTM Tevin Barksdale, UTM

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

Passing Avg/G Casey Brockman, MUR Derek Carr, UTM Marques Ivory, JSU Jeremy Perry, TSU T.J. Pryor, EKU Matt Scheible, SEMO Jake Ryan, APSU Jeff Ehrhardt, MUR Coty Blanchard, JSU Justin Williams, EKU

Cl G C-Att-INT Pct. Yds So. 9 213-320-6 66.6 2442 So. 11 191-328-12 58.2 2543 Jr. 12 181-309-9 58.6 2248 Jr. 9 131-244-6 53.7 1469 So. 11 118-222-12 53.2 1613 Jr. 12 109-182-3 59.9 1246 So. 11 107-212-11 50.5 1120 Sr. 11 132-193-3 68.4 995 Fr. 12 27-41-2 65.9 296 Fr. 10 1-1-0 100.0 76

TD 15 13 18 9 12 8 7 6 8 1

Long 71 61 72 84 55 51 41 43 65 76

Avg/G 271.3 231.2 187.3 163.2 146.6 103.8 101.8 90.5 24.7 7.6

Pass Efficiency Coty Blanchard, JSU Casey Brockman, MUR Marques Ivory, JSU Derek Carr, UTM Matt Scheible, SEMO T.J. Pryor, EKU Jeff Ehrhardt, MUR Jeremy Perry, TSU Jake Ryan, APSU T.C. Jennings, APSU

Cl G C-Att-INT Fr. 12 27-41-2 So. 9 213-320-6 Jr. 12 181-309-9 So. 11 191-328-12 Jr. 12 109-182-3 So. 11 118-222-12 Sr. 11 132-193-3 Jr. 9 131-244-6 So. 11 107-212-11 Sr. 10 8-20-2

TD 8 15 18 13 8 12 6 9 7 0

Long 65 71 72 61 51 55 43 84 41 16

Effic. 181.1 142.4 133.1 129.1 128.6 121.2 118.8 111.5 95.4 36.4

G 12 9 12 11 11 11 9 10 11 10

Att Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G 305 1735 5.7 18 67 144.6 139 904 6.5 10 94 100.4 168 884 5.3 7 60 73.7 146 793 5.4 8 50 72.1 155 793 5.1 6 51 72.1 156 769 4.9 4 63 69.9 118 514 4.4 7 32 57.1 112 568 5.1 8 59 56.8 125 547 4.4 2 68 49.7 82 479 5.8 3 49 47.9

Pct. 65.9 66.6 58.6 58.2 59.9 53.2 68.4 53.7 50.5 40.0

Yds 296 2442 2248 2543 1246 1613 995 1469 1120 39

Scoring (TDs)

Henry Harris, SEMO Mike Harris, MUR Marcus Harris, MUR Tim Benford, TTU Casey Brockman, MUR T.J. Pryor, EKU Terrence Holt, APSU Calvin Middleton, JSU Jamal Young, JSU Jocques Craford, TTU

Scoring

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

Cl Henry Harris, SEMO Sr. Kienan Cullen, MUR Jr. Mike Harris, MUR Jr. Marcus Harris, MUR Sr. James Esco, JSU So. Drew Geldbach, SEMO So. Cody Sandlin, UTM So. Tim Benford, TTU Jr. Casey Brockman, MUR So. Matthew Barker, TTU So. All-Purpose Henry Harris, SEMO Terrence Holt, APSU Marcus Harris, MUR Mike Harris, MUR Orlandus Harris, EKU Lorence Ricks, EIU Alan Bonner, JSU AJ Williams, UTM Jamal Young, JSU Ryan White, APSU

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

G 12 9 9 10 9 11 11 9 10 10

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TD Rush Pass Ret PAT Pts Pts/G 19 18 1 0 0 114 9.5 11 10 1 0 0 66 7.3 10 1 9 0 1 62 6.9 9 0 9 0 0 54 5.4 8 7 1 0 0 48 5.3 9 9 0 0 1 56 5.1 9 8 0 1 0 54 4.9 7 7 0 0 1 44 4.9 8 4 4 0 0 48 4.8 8 8 0 0 0 48 4.8

G TD FG XPT 2XP Pts Pts/G 12 19 0 0 0 114 9.5 11 0 15 44 0 89 8.1 9 11 0 0 0 66 7.3 9 10 0 0 2 62 6.9 12 0 13 41 0 80 6.7 12 0 12 33 0 69 5.8 11 0 11 28 0 61 5.5 10 9 0 0 0 54 5.4 9 8 0 0 0 48 5.3 10 0 9 26 0 53 5.3 G 12 11 9 9 11 11 12 11 10 11

Rush 1735 793 21 904 11 21 0 223 468 769

Rcv 183 90 1057 166 940 285 245 28 174 103

PR 0 66 8 0 4 0 302 0 0 0

KR 691 1100 231 0 331 795 648 688 162 0

Yds 2609 2049 1317 1070 1286 1101 1195 939 804 872

Yds/G 217.4 186.3 146.3 118.9 116.9 100.1 99.6 85.4 80.4 79.3

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Total Offense Casey Brockman, MUR Derek Carr, UTM Marques Ivory, JSU T.J. Pryor, EKU Matt Scheible, SEMO Jeremy Perry, TSU Henry Harris, SEMO Mike Harris, MUR Jake Ryan, APSU Jeff Ehrhardt, MUR

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

G Rush Pass Plays Total Yds/G 9 292 2442 399 2734 303.8 11 1 2543 383 2544 231.3 12 111 2248 369 2359 196.6 11 505 1613 368 2118 192.5 12 884 1246 350 2130 177.5 9 19 1469 280 1488 165.3 12 1735 0 305 1735 144.6 9 904 0 139 904 100.4 11 -41 1120 232 1079 98.1 11 -53 995 213 942 85.6

Kick Return Avg. Jeremy Caldwell, EKU Alan Bonner, JSU AJ Williams, UTM Lorence Ricks, EIU Ray Weatherspoon, TSU Henry Harris, SEMO Terrence Holt, APSU Hannibal Beauford, MUR Julian Mallory, TSU Orlandus Harris, EKU

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

G 11 12 11 11 9 12 11 11 9 11

No. 14 25 27 32 14 28 47 15 15 16

Yds 472 648 688 795 347 691 1100 349 314 331

Punting Jordan Berry, EKU Kevin Cook, EIU Ryan Key, APSU Taylor Cisneros, TSU Kienan Cullen, MUR Joe Hook, UTM Coty Blanchard, JSU Nick Campbell, TTU Joe Vucic, SEMO

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

G 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 10 12

No. 54 55 52 59 48 52 42 38 46

Yds Long 2318 75 2360 86 2144 70 2409 55 1956 57 2105 53 1661 57 1490 64 1709 59

Avg 42.9 42.9 41.2 40.8 40.8 40.5 39.5 39.2 37.2

Scoring (Kick) Cl Kienan Cullen, MUR Jr. James Esco, JSU So. Drew Geldbach, SEMO So. Cody Sandlin, UTM So. Matthew Barker, TTU So. Stephen Stansell, APSU So. Logan O’Connor, EKU Sr. Cameron Berra, EIU Fr. Jamin Godfrey, TSU Fr. Griffin Thomas, JSU Fr. Field Goals Cl Kienan Cullen, MUR Jr. Stephen Stansell, APSU So. James Esco, JSU So. Cody Sandlin, UTM So. Drew Geldbach, SEMO So. Matthew Barker, TTU So. Cameron Berra, EIU Fr. Jamin Godfrey, TSU Fr. Logan O’Connor, EKU Sr. Griffin Thomas, JSU Fr.

G 11 12 12 11 10 11 11 9 11 12

PATs 44-48 41-43 33-38 28-29 26-28 21-22 38-38 19-20 21-24 0-1

FGs 15-23 13-20 12-17 11-14 9-15 12-18 5-12 8-11 9-18 2-2

Pts/G 8.1 6.7 5.8 5.5 5.3 5.2 4.8 4.8 4.4 0.5

G Made 11 15 11 12 12 13 11 11 12 12 10 9 9 8 11 9 11 5 12 2

Att 23 18 20 14 17 15 11 18 12 2

TD 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

Pts 89 80 69 61 53 57 53 43 48 6

Long 98 92 91 69 89 71 95 41 46 49

Avg 33.7 25.9 25.5 24.8 24.8 24.7 23.4 23.3 20.9 20.7

Pct Made/G 65.2 1.36 66.7 1.09 65.0 1.08 78.6 1.00 70.6 1.00 60.0 0.90 72.7 0.89 50.0 0.82 41.7 0.45 100.0 0.17

PAT Kicking Pct. Cl Logan O’Connor, EKU Sr. Cody Sandlin, UTM So. Stephen Stansell, APSU So. James Esco, JSU So. Cameron Berra, EIU Fr. Matthew Barker, TTU So. Kienan Cullen, MUR Jr. Jamin Godfrey, TSU Fr. Drew Geldbach, SEMO So.

G Made 11 38 11 28 11 21 12 41 9 19 10 26 11 44 11 21 12 33

Tackles Cl Nick Nasti, EIU Sr. Marty Jones, TTU So. Cory Leman, EIU Jr. Kelechi Ordu, TTU Sr. Josh Bey, UTM Sr. Antwaun Majors, APSU So. Darrick Dillard, APSU So. Eugene Clifford, TSU Sr. Amius Smith, APSU Jr. Gordy Kickels, EIU Jr. Rico Council, TSU Jr. Dustin Dillehay, TTU Sr. Joshua Jackson, SEMO Sr. Justin Woodlief, SEMO Sr.

G 11 10 11 10 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 10 12 11

Pos Solo Ast Total LB 47 67 114 DB 37 50 87 LB 41 54 95 LB 29 57 86 LB 55 36 91 DB 58 26 84 LB 47 37 84 S 44 39 83 DB 47 35 82 LB 31 42 73 LB 39 40 79 DB 27 44 71 LB 51 34 85 LB 47 30 77

Sacks Marcus Edwards, TTU Anthony Brown, EKU Tim Cox, UTM Darrin Nalls, UTM Artavious Dowdell, EIU Andrew Soucy, EKU Darrick Borum, SEMO Rico Council, TSU Joe Gamsky, MUR Sidney Tarver, TSU Justin Darden, UTM Antonio Fredrick, EKU

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

G 10 11 11 11 11 11 12 11 10 11 11 11

Pos Solo Ast Yds Total Avg/G LB 7 1 46 7.5 0.75 DL 6 1 44 6.5 0.59 DE 3 4 35 5.0 0.45 DT 4 2 20 5.0 0.45 DE 4 1 32 4.5 0.41 DL 3 2 30 4.0 0.36 LB 4 0 30 4.0 0.33 LB 2 4 18 4.0 0.36 DT 3 1 32 3.5 0.35 LB 3 1 25 3.5 0.32 DE 2 3 23 3.5 0.32 LB 3 1 23 3.5 0.32

Interceptions Cl Tylor Brock, SEMO So. Keginald Harris, JSU So. Justin Woodlief, SEMO Sr. Eugene Clifford, TSU Sr. Richmond Tooley, TTU Jr. Marty Jones, TTU So. Jeremy Caldwell, EKU Jr. Nathan Brinkley, MUR Jr. Kendal Harper, UTM Jr. Sean Campbell, EIU Sr.

G 12 12 11 11 10 10 11 11 11 9

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Att 38 29 22 43 20 28 48 24 38

Yds 174 97 60 47 0 -3 104 45 6 14

Pct 100.0 96.6 95.5 95.3 95.0 92.9 91.7 87.5 86.8

TD 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

Avg/G 10.4 8.7 8.6 8.6 8.3 7.6 7.6 7.5 7.5 7.3 7.2 7.1 7.1 7.0

Sacks 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 3.5 0.0 0.0 0.5 2.5 0.5 4.0 0.0 1.0 0.0

Long Avg/G 67 0.50 45 0.42 41 0.36 31 0.36 0 0.30 0 0.30 80 0.27 40 0.27 6 0.27 10 0.22


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Cl Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. So. Fr.

Fumbles Forced Cl Rodney Garrott, JSU Jr. Justin Woodlief, SEMO Sr. Nick Martinez, EIU Jr. Josh Bey, UTM Sr. Artavious Dowdell, EIU So. Kweku Arkorful, SEMO Jr. Ricky Thomas, APSU Sr. Corbin Miles, TTU Sr. Joe Gamsky, MUR Jr. TJ Drakeford, UTM Jr. OVC Team Highs Points Scored 72 Points Scored Kicking 14 Touchdowns 10 Total Yards 816 Total Plays 96 Yards Per Play 8.7 Rushing Yards 445 Rushing Attempts 72 Yards Per Rush 7.9 Rushing TDs 6 Longest Rush 94 Passing Yards 570 Passing Attempts 58 Passing TDs 7 Longest Pass 84 Passes Completed 41 Passes Intercepted 4 Pass Completion Pct. 90.0 Passing Yards/Attempt 22.2 Yards Per Catch 40.7 Field Goal Attempts 5 Field Goals Made 4 Longest Field Goal 53 Field Goal Pct. 100.0 PAT Kicks Attempted 10 PAT Kicks Made 9 2-Point PAT Attempts 3 2-Point PATs Made 2 Punts 10 Longest Punt 86

G BrUp 11 10 10 8 11 9 11 9 11 8 12 5 11 8 11 6 12 3 11 6 G 12 11 11 11 11 9 10 10 10 10

INT 4 3 1 1 2 5 1 3 6 2

Total Avg/G 14 1.27 11 1.10 10 0.91 10 0.91 10 0.91 10 0.83 9 0.82 9 0.82 9 0.75 8 0.73

No. Avg/G 6 0.50 3 0.27 3 0.27 3 0.27 3 0.27 2 0.22 2 0.20 2 0.20 2 0.20 2 0.20

Fumbles Recovered Jeremy Ross, APSU Artavious Dowdell, EIU Jaren Gooden, EKU Darrick Borum, SEMO Gordy Kickels, EIU Marty Jones, TTU Jake McIntosh, TTU Corbin Miles, TTU Josh Cody, UTM Brandon Bather, TSU

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

G 11 11 11 12 10 10 10 10 10 11

No. Avg/G 3 0.27 3 0.27 3 0.27 3 0.25 2 0.20 2 0.20 2 0.20 2 0.20 2 0.20 2 0.18

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Passes Defended Eugene Clifford, TSU Richmond Tooley, TTU Marquez Hall, TSU Justin Bather, TSU Dontrell Johnson, MUR Keginald Harris, JSU Derek Welch, UTM Kendal Harper, UTM Tylor Brock, SEMO Steven Ragin, APSU

Murray State vs. Missouri State (10-09-10) Two Times Murray State vs. Missouri State (10-09-10) Murray State vs. Missouri State (10-09-10) Murray State at Austin Peay (11-13-10) Two Times Southeast Missouri vs. SW Baptist (11-06-10) Southeast Missouri vs. SW Baptist (11-06-10) Austin Peay vs. Murray State (11-13-10) Eastern Kentucky vs. Kentucky State (10-02-10) Murray State vs. Tennessee Tech (11-06-10) Murray State vs. Missouri State (10-09-10) Murray State at Eastern Illinois (10-23-10) Murray State vs. Missouri State (10-09-10) Tennessee State vs. Tennessee Tech (10-23-10) Murray State at Eastern Illinois (10-23-10) Four Times Southeast Missouri vs. Eastern Ky. (10-23-10) Eastern Ky. vs. Jacksonville State (11-06-10) Eastern Ky. vs. Jacksonville State (11-06-10) Tennessee Tech vs. Eastern Ky. (11-13-10) Two Times Southeast Missouri at Ball State (09-02-10) 16 Times Murray State vs. Missouri State (10-09-10) Murray State vs. Missouri State (10-09-10) Jacksonville State at Ole Miss (09-04-10) Jacksonville State at Ole Miss (09-04-10) Two Times Eastern Ill. vs. Southeast Missouri (10-02-10)

OVC Individual Highs Points Scored 30 Harris, Ma. (MUR) vs. Missouri State (10-09-10) Touchdowns 5 Harris, Ma. (MUR) vs. Missouri State (10-09-10) TD Responsibility 8 Brockman (MUR) vs. Missouri State (10-09-10) Points Scored Kicking 14 Two Times Total Yards 586 Brockman (MUR) vs. Missouri State (10-09-10) Total Plays 67 Two Times Yards Per Play 33.7 Denham (EKU) vs. Kentucky State (10-02-10) Rushing Yards 293 Harris (SEMO) vs. SW Baptist (11-06-10) Rushing Attempts 35 Two Times Yards Per Rush 33.7 Denham (EKU) vs. Kentucky State (10-02-10) Rushing TDs 3 Eight Times Longest Rush 94 Harris, Mi. (MUR) vs. Tenn. Tech (11-06-10) Passing Yards 570 Brockman (MUR) vs. Missouri State (10-09-10) Passing Attempts 58 Brockman (MUR) at Eastern Illinois (10-23-10) Passing TDs 7 Brockman (MUR) vs. Missouri State (10-09-10) Longest Pass 84 Perry (TSU) vs. Tennessee Tech (10-23-10) Passes Completed 41 Brockman (MUR) at Eastern Illinois (10-23-10) Passes Intercepted 4 Two Times Pass Yards/Attempt 20.7 Darrah (JSU) vs. Austin Peay (10-23-10) Pass Yards/Catch 20.7 Darrah (JSU) vs. Austin Peay (10-23-10) Receiving Yards 217 Wright (EIU) at Tennessee State (11-06-10) Receptions 13 Brackett (MUR) at Jacksonville St. (10-02-10) Yards Per Catch 62.5 Cameron (JSU) vs. Murray State (10-02-10) Receiving TDs 5 Harris, Ma. (MUR) vs. Missouri State (10-09-10) Longest Reception 84 McNairl (TSU) vs. Tennessee Tech (10-23-10) Field Goal Attempts 5 Barker (TTU) vs. Eastern Kentucky (11-13-10) Field Goals Made 4 Two Times Longest Field Goal 53 Geldbach (SEMO) at Ball State (09-02-10) PAT Kicks Attempted 10 Cullen (MUR) vs. Missouri State (10-09-10) PAT Kicks Made 9 Cullen (MUR) vs. Missouri State (10-09-10)

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Austin Peay Governors (2-9, 1-7 OVC)

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38-6 33-56 26-23 3-70

4,710 16,806 8,502 77,224

21-34 24-41 3-56 10-28

7,218 2,917 19,707 4,385

12-28 35-61 3-17

4,307 3,103 3,700

Home: 1-4, Away: 1-5, Neutral: 0-0

SEPTEMBER 4 at #9 Iowa L 11 Central Arkansas L 18 at UT Martin* L 25 #4 Jacksonville State L OCTOBER 2 Southeast Missouri* L 9 at Eastern Kentucky* L 16 at Tennessee Tech* L 23 Murray State* L 30 Austin Peay* W NOVEMBER 6 at Tennessee State* W 13 at Illinois State L

7-37 7-37 10-20 23-28

70,585 5,529 4,791 4,311

13-28 7-35 20-34 28-38 28-10

8,007 5,100 4,420 6,111 4,385

31-28OT 23-27

21,596 4,566

Eastern Kentucky Colonels (6-5, 5-2 OVC)

Home: 5-0, Away: 1-5, Neutral: 0-0

SEPTEMBER 2 at Missouri State L 11 at Louisville L 18 at Chattanooga L OCTOBER 2 Kentucky State W 9 Eastern Illinois* W 16 at UT Martin* L 23 at #13 Southeast Missouri* L

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Eastern Illinois Panthers (2-9, 2-6 OVC)

* Ohio Valley Conference Game Home Games in Bold

Home: 1-4, Away: 1-5, Neutral: 0-0

SEPTEMBER 2 Cumberland W 11 at Middle Tennessee L 18 at Tennessee State* W 25 at #10 Wisconsin L OCTOBER 9 Tennessee Tech* L 16 #18 Southeast Missouri* L 23 at #3 Jacksonville State* L 30 at Eastern Illinois* L NOVEMBER 6 UT Martin* L 13 Murray State* L 20 at Eastern Kentucky* L

30 Murray State* NOVEMBER 6 #2 Jacksonville State* 13 at Tennessee Tech* 20 Austin Peay*

9-31 13-23 24-42

7,391 51,427 10,543

58-7 35-7 7-10 21-40

7,400 5,100 5,330 6,022

28-21

11,600

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49-37 42-29 17-3

3,300 10,216 3,700

Jacksonville State Gamecocks (9-3, 6-2 OVC)

Home: 5-1, Away: 4-2, Neutral: 0-0

SEPTEMBER 4 at Ole Miss W 11 Chattanooga W 18 at Georgia State W 25 at Eastern Illinois* W OCTOBER 2 Murray State* W 9 at UT Martin* W 16 Tennessee State* W 23 Austin Peay* W NOVEMBER 6 at Eastern Kentucky* L 13 #7 Southeast Missouri* W 20 at Tennessee Tech* L DECEMBER 4 #6 Wofford% L

49-482OT 21-17 34-27OT 28-23

55,768 22,186 16,128 4,311

40-34 30-20 24-0 56-3

14,812 3,913 15,218 19,707

37-49 29-27 24-35

3,300 20,237 4,576

14-17

11,817

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Murray State Racers (6-5, 5-3 OVC)

Home: 4-1, Away: 2-4, Neutral: 0-0

SEPTEMBER 2 at Kent State L 11 Southeast Missouri* L 18 at Central Arkansas L 25 UT Martin* W OCTOBER 2 at #4 Jacksonville State* L 9 Missouri State* W 23 at Eastern Illinois* W 30 at Eastern Kentucky* L NOVEMBER 6 Tennessee Tech* W 13 at Austin Peay* W 20 Tennessee State* W

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10-41 17-30 20-21 52-16

16,535 7,014 12,088 8,107

34-40 72-59 38-28 21-28

14,812 7,806 6,111 11,600

44-13 61-35 28-23

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Southeast Missouri Redhawks (9-3, 7-1 OVC)

Home: 5-0, Away: 4-3, Neutral: 0-0

SEPTEMBER 2 at Ball State L 11 at Murray State* W 18 at #5 Southern Illinois W 25 Tennessee Tech* W OCTOBER 2 at Eastern Illinois* W 9 Tennessee State* W 16 at Austin Peay* W 23 Eastern Kentucky* W 30 UT Martin* W NOVEMBER 6 Southwest Baptist W 13 at #6 Jacksonville State* L DECEMBER 4 at #1 Eastern Washington% L

10-27 30-17 24-21 23-21

10,753 7,014 13,078 8,732

28-13 19-17 41-24 40-21 24-17

8,007 10,316 2,917 6,022 11,126

40-14 27-29

5,513 20,237

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27-14 26-33 23-26 29-18

22,607 44,688 8,502 54,202

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Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles (5-6, 4-4 OVC)

Home: 3-2, Away: 2-4, Neutral: 0-0

SEPTEMBER 4 at #17 Arkansas L 11 at #4 TCU L 16 Lane College W 25 at Southeast Missouri* L 30 UT Martin* L OCTOBER 9 at Austin Peay* W 16 Eastern Illinois* W 23 at Tennessee State* W NOVEMBER 6 at Murray State* L 13 Eastern Kentucky* L 20 #4 Jacksonville State* W

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Home: 1-3, Away: 0-4, Neutral: 2-1

SEPTEMBER 4 vs. Alabama A&M# W 11 vs. Jackson State$ L 18 Austin Peay* L 25 vs. Florida A&M% W OCTOBER 2 vs. North Carolina A&T^ W 9 at #25 Southeast Missouri* L 16 at #3 Jacksonville State* L 23 Tennessee Tech* L NOVEMBER 6 Eastern Illinois* L 13 at UT Martin* L 20 at Murray State* L

69,596 37,117 8,522 8,732 7,869

34-21 34-20 21-10

7,218 4,420 6,739

13-44 29-42 35-24

4,114 10,216 4,576

UT Martin Skyhawks (6-5, 5-3 OVC)

Home: 4-1, Away: 2-4, Neutral: 0-0

SEPTEMBER 4 at Tennessee L 11 at Southeastern Louisiana L 18 Eastern Illinois* W 25 at Murray State* L 30 at Tennessee Tech* W OCTOBER 9 #3 Jacksonville State* L 16 Eastern Kentucky* W 21 Lambuth W 30 at #11 Southeast Missouri* L NOVEMBER 6 at Austin Peay* W 13 Tennessee State* W

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0-50 10-24 20-10 16-52 27-24

99,123 5,320 4,791 8,107 7,869

20-30 10-7 52-21 17-24

3,913 5,330 4,328 11,126

28-12 37-0

4,307 3,141

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ntering its 64th year, the Ohio Valley Conference continues to build on the success that has made it the nation’s eighth-oldest NCAA Division I conference. In May 2011 the Conference expanded for the second time in four years, adding Belmont University which will begin competition in the 2012-13 academic year. The addition of Belmont will give the OVC 12 members, the most the league has had at one time in its illustrious history. The move added a second team in the city of Nashville and was the first addition to the league since Southern Illinois University Edwardsville joined in 2008. SIUE will begin regular season competition this season (201112) and be eligible for postseason the same year Belmont joins the league. The 2009-10 school year saw a change in leadership as Beth DeBauche was named the seventh full-time Commissioner in league history on July 28, 2009. She is currently one of just five females to be the head of a Division I conference, and one of just eight to lead a Division I conference all-time. The last three commissioners of the OVC have moved onto jobs as the commissioner of the Big Ten, Big 12 and the Mid-American Conferences. The OVC’s proud history past dates back to 1948, but seeds for the new league were actually planted in 1941. It was then that Roy Stewart, the athletics director at Murray State, Charles (Turkey) Hughes, the athletics director at Eastern Kentucky, and Kelly Thompson, the public relations director at Western Kentucky, first broached the idea of forming a new conference. Discussions were put on hold by World War II, but reemerged Feb. 27-28, 1948 at the Kentucky Hotel in Louisville as the three original institutions combined with Morehead State, Louisville and Evansville to form the OVC. In the 1950s, the OVC became a pioneer on a much more significant scale socially. During times of racial segregation, league member Morehead State became one of the first nontraditionally black mid-southern institutions to accept a black student. In 1958, Marshall Banks earned athletically-related aid at Morehead, which signed a second black athlete, Howard Murphy, a year later. In 1961, Murphy earned all-conference recognition as a halfback in football. With racial barriers broken, the rest of the institutions in the league began to provide educational and athletic opportunities to African-Americans. Through the past 63 years, 15 teams have won or shared the league’s football title. The list is led by Eastern Kentucky, winner of 20 outright or shared football crowns, including both the 2007 and 2008 championships, as they

compiled a 15-1 league record over that time period. Only one other Football Championship Subdivision school (UMass) has won more Conference titles than the Colonels. Among OVC teams, former member Middle Tennessee is next with 11 titles, followed by Tennessee Tech with nine, and Murray State and former member Western Kentucky with eight apiece. Eastern Illinois has claimed five football crowns (including the 2009 title) while Jacksonville State, Morehead State, Tennessee State and former members Evansville and East Tennessee State have captured two apiece. Austin Peay, Southeast Missouri (which captured its first crown in 2010), UT Martin and former member Youngstown State have one title apiece. Murray State and Evansville tied for the initial football championship, and the Racers participated in the first-ever bowl game by an OVC team, tying Sul Ross State 21-21 in the 1948 Tangerine Bowl. From 1948 to 1975, OVC teams played in 15 bowl games, winning eight of them. Eastern Kentucky and Western Kentucky were also participants in the NCAA Division II playoffs in the early and mid-1970s prior to the NCAA’s reclassification of football programs into Division I-AA. The term “I-AA” lasted until the end of the 2006 season when it was changed to Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS). The first Division I-AA/FCS football playoff was held in 1978 with only four teams, which is the only year through present day that the OVC did not field a playoff representative. In 1979, four of the nation’s top teams were invited to the playoffs, and two of them - Eastern Kentucky and Murray State - were from the OVC. Murray dropped its semifinal game to Lehigh, but the Colonels nipped Nevada-Reno in double overtime and claimed the national championship a week later with a 30-7 victory over Lehigh. EKU was coached by former all-America quarterback Roy Kidd, who was in his 16th year at the helm of his alma mater and who skippered the Colonels to a second national title three years later. Following the 2002 season, Kidd retired after 39 years at EKU; upon retirement, he ranked sixth all-time among Division I coaches with 315 victories, earning him a spot in the College Football Hall of Fame. EKU’s 19 FCS playoff appearances are the second for the most all-time (behind only Montana). In addition to Kidd, other coaching legends in the OVC include Charles (Bubber) Murphy, who coached at Middle Tennessee from 1947-1968, Western Kentucky’s Jimmy Feix (1968-83), Wilburn Tucker (1954-67) and Don Wade (1968-82) of Tennessee Tech,

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Bill Ferguson (1967-77) of Murray State, Guy Penny (1959-67) of Morehead State and Boots Donnelly (1977-78 at Austin Peay; 1979-1998 at Middle Tennessee). Current Eastern Illinois head coach Bob Spoo has compiled 90 wins, while his program has been a member of the OVC which ranks him fifth all-time in league history while his 67 Conference victories are fourth all-time; Spoo will retire following the conclusion of the 2011 season, his 25th with the program. A sampling of former OVC football stars, some of whom were All-Americans during their collegiate careers before achieving stardom at the professional ranks, include Jim Youngblood and Larry Schreiber (Tennessee Tech), Phil Simms (Morehead State), Virgil Livers and Dale Lindsey (Western Kentucky), Myron Guyton and Chad Bratzke (Eastern Kentucky), Cortland Finnegan (Samford) and Tony Romo (Eastern Illinois). In 2008, former Tennessee State standout Dominique RodgersCromartie became just the fourth NFL First Round draft pick in OVC history when he was selected 16th overall by the Arizona Cardinals. He would break into the starting lineup halfway through his rookie season and started at cornerback for the Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII. The OVC has had at least one former player named a NFL Pro Bowl selection in four of the past five seasons. The 2007 season marked a return to scholarship football and the OVC for the Austin Peay Governors. Following the 1996 season the Governors dropped scholarship football and competed as both an independent (1997-00, 2006) and as a member of the Pioneer Football League (2001-05). The 2007 season also brought new vernacular to the Ohio Valley Conference and the division formerly known as I-AA. Beginning with the 2006 National Championship game the term I-AA was changed to NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) in a decision by the Division I Board of Directors. The new label was chosen to communicate in a positive and clear manner the unique differences between Division I football categories (chiefly, the post-season opportunity) while still defining them within the Division I experience. The FCS includes programs that compete in an effort to participate in the NCAA championship postseason structure (one of 89 NCAA national championships) as opposed to the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) which competes in an effort to participate in the postseason bowl system (the 35 NCAA-licensed events which includes the Bowl Championship Series). In 2010 Southeast Missouri State, picked to


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL State into overtime before falling 75-71; that game still marks the closest a No. 16 seed has come to knocking off a No. 1 in men’s tournament action. More recently, Murray State has dominated the OVC Tournament, reaching the championship game every year in the 1990’s. The Racers’ 14 OVC Tournament Championships are the most among all OVC schools. After former member Middle Tennessee State won a first round game in 1989, the league had a drought as no other OVC team won a NCAA Tournament game for the next 19 years. But Morehead State, coming off a thrilling double overtime OVC Tournament victory over Austin Peay, topped Alabama State 58-43 in the Opening Round game at Flyer Arena in Dayton, Ohio. The game was played in front of an Opening Round record crowd of 11,346; that crowd included many MSU fans who made the three-hour drive from Morehead for the game. The Eagles season would come to three days later when they lost to No. 1 overall seed Louisville, despite playing the Cardinals close for a majority of the game. In 2009-10, Murray State made OVC history by winning a record 31 games (31-5) on its way to the league’s regular season and tournament championship. In the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the No. 13 seed Racers topped Vanderbilt in thrilling fashion when senior Danero Thomas hit a jumper as time expired to lift MSU to a 66-65 victory. It marked the first OVC team to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament since 1989, and snapped a skid of 71-straight loses to Southeastern Conference foes (dating back to 2000-01). In the second round the Racers pushed eventual national runner-up Butler to the brink before losing 54-52. In 2010-11 Morehead State would make it three NCAA Tournament wins in as many years for the league and got a bit of revenge for the 2009 tournament loss to Louisville in the process. After finishing second in the regular season and winning the OVC Tournament Championship, the No. 13 seeded Eagles were shipped to Denver to play its in-state foe Cardinals. MSU jumped out to a 15-2 advantage but were down four points (61-57) with just over a minute to play in regulation. After two free throws from two-time OVC Player of the Year Kenneth Faried, the Eagles held for one final shot attempt and senior Demonte Harper pulled up off a cross-over dribble to nail a 3-pointer with 4.3 seconds left that gave Morehead State a 62-61 lead. UofL had one last attempt but Faried blocked the Cardinals last shot, giving MSU the win, its first over Louisville since the 1956-57 season.

The OVC has now won NCAA Tournament games in three-straight seasons, something that has happened in the league only twice previously (1960-62 and 1987-89). Over that time period (2009-11) the OVC is one of just 10 conferences nationally to win a NCAA Tournament game in each season and one of only four non-BCS leagues (joining the Atlantic 10, Horizon and WCC) to do so. During the 2010-11 year Faried, the nation’s leading rebounder during the season, became the NCAA’s Modern Era (since 1973) career rebounding leader, totaling 1,673 rebounds which passed Tim Duncan for the record (he is 11th all-time in NCAA history). Faried also finished his career with 86 double-doubles, second all-time to only Duncan. He is one of only six players in NCAA history to finish with 2,000-plus career points (2,009) and 1,600-plus career rebounds. Faried was drafted 22nd overall by the Denver Nuggets in the 2011 NBA Draft, becoming the first OVC player selected in the first round since Tennessee State’s Carlos Rogers 1994. Through its 63 years, 12 teams have won or shared the league’s regular season men’s basketball title. Murray State heads the list with a Conference-record 22 outright or shared basketball crowns. Other past champions include former member Western Kentucky (19), Morehead State (9), Austin Peay (8), Eastern Kentucky (6), Tennessee Tech (5), former member Middle Tennessee (5), Tennessee State (2), former member East Tennessee State (2), Southeast Missouri State (1), UT Martin (who won its first in 2008-09) and former member Akron (1). Among the coaching greats in men’s basketball have been Western Kentucky’s E.A. Diddle, who retired with 759 victories and 10 OVC titles; John Oldham, who was a member of the very first All-OVC squad and went on to win seven OVC crowns during his coaching tenure at Tennessee Tech and Western Kentucky; Paul McBrayer, who guided Eastern Kentucky to 219 wins and three OVC crowns; and Cal Luther, who is the only person in Conference history to win men’s basketball Coach of the Year honors at two league schools - Murray State and UT Martin. Current Austin Peay head coach Dave Loos became the winningest coach in OVC history in 2009-10, netting his 319th victory and passing Luther on the all-time list. Loos enters the 2011-12 season with 351 victories. There have been an equal number of great players including Western Kentucky’s Clem Haskins, who is the only three-time OVC Player of the Year. Several players have won

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finish seventh in the preseason poll, compiled a 7-1 Conference record on the way to its first OVC Championship since joining the league in 1991. Overall the Redhawks were 9-2 during the regular season and earned a berth in the FCS Playoffs, its first playoff berth at any level in the program’s 104-year history. Southeast would lose to eventual national champion Eastern Washington in the second round of the playoffs. Head coach Tony Samuel capped the year by winning the Sports Network’s Eddie Robinson Award, given to the National Coach of the Year. Samuel was the second OVC coach to win the award (joining Murray State’s Houston Nutt who won the award in 1995). Football wasn’t the only sport in which the OVC was quickly gaining respect. In 1955, the OVC became only the second six-member league nationally to earn an automatic bid to the prestigious NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, which, at that time, was limited to only 24 participants. The Conference quickly proved worthy of that bid, as Morehead State defeated Marshall (107-92) and Wayne State (95-84) in the 1956 tournament. Fifteen years later, former OVC member Western Kentucky became the first and only Conference team to reach the Final Four. The Hilltoppers defeated Jacksonville, Kentucky and Ohio State before losing to Villanova in double overtime. WKU went on to finish in third place after beating Kansas 77-75 in the consolation game. Since that time, the OVC has recorded some of the biggest upsets in the history of the NCAA Tournament. Perhaps the most famous moment came in 1987, when Austin Peay came from fourth place in the regular season to win the OVC Tournament and earn the league’s automatic bid. The Governors drew powerful Illinois, and were such big underdogs, that ESPN broadcaster Dick Vitale promised to stand on his head if APSU won the game. After a 68-67 victory over the Illini, and a narrow 90-87 overtime loss to eventual Final Four participant Providence in the second round, Vitale made good on his promise in a visit to Clarksville two months later. Murray State added to the OVC’s string of upsets in 1988 when it knocked off 14thranked North Carolina State, 78-75. The Racers’ M&M Boys - Jeff Martin and Don Mann - combined for 39 points in the win. MSU nearly went on to the Sweet 16 that year, losing to eventual national champion Kansas, 61-58. A bank shot by Mann that would’ve given the Racers a one-point lead rolled off the rim with three seconds left. In 1990 as a No. 16 seed, Murray State took No. 1 seed Michigan

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL OVC Player of the Year honors twice: Western Kentucky’s Jim McDaniels (1969-70 and 1970-71), Murray State’s Les Taylor (197172, 1972-73), Jeff Martin (1987-88, 1988-89), Popeye Jones (1989-90, 1990-91) and Marcus Brown (1994-95, 1995-96), Austin Peay’s Otis Howard (1976-77, 1977-78), Middle Tennessee’s Jerry Beck (1980-81, 1981-82), Akron’s Joe Jakubick (1982-83, 1983-84), Tennessee State’s Carlos Rogers (1992-93, 1993-94), UT Martin’s Lester Hudson (2007-08, 2008-09) and Morehead State’s Kenneth Faried (200910, 2010-11). The OVC also has the honor of being the only conference to boast the nation’s leaders in scoring, rebounding and assists all in one season. That feat was accomplished in 1991-92 by Morehead State’s Brett Roberts (28.1 ppg), Murray State’s Popeye Jones (14.4 rpg) and Tennessee Tech’s Van Usher (8.8 apg). In 2007-08, UT Martin guard Lester Hudson became the first men’s Division I player to record a quadruple-double in a game, when he registered 25 points, 12 rebounds, 10 assists and 10 steals in a victory over Central Baptist College. Hudson, who ranked fourth in scoring nationally as a junior, returned for his senior season in 2008-09 and was second nationally in scoring (behind Davidson’s Stephen Curry) at 27.5 points a contest. Hudson earned numerous honors (including OVC Player of the Year and OVC Male Athlete of the Year in each 2008 and 2009 and All-American status from several outlets) before being drafted by the Boston Celtics with the No. 58 pick of the 2009 NBA Draft. In the late 1970s, women’s athletics began somewhat of a rebirth on the national scene as the NCAA began sponsoring and marketing women’s sports. Recognizing the need to provide increased opportunities for female athletes, the OVC established women’s championships in the sports of basketball, tennis and track in 1977, with cross country and volleyball added over the next four years. Those sports were initially governed by the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW), but the overall strength of women’s programs in the league was demonstrated by the automatic bids the OVC instantly received when the NCAA became the governing body in 1982. Women’s basketball in the OVC has been dominated by Tennessee Tech, which has won or shared 17 regular-season titles and owns nine OVC Tournament crowns. In fact, the Golden Eagles have reached the championship game of the OVC Tournament 20 times in the past 30 years. Although Tennessee Tech remains the standard-bearer, five other teams have won 13 of the last 18 OVC Tourna-

ments. UT Martin became the latest program to add its name to the list, capturing its first OVC Tournament title in 2011. Austin Peay leads the group with seven crowns including four-straight from 2000-03 and back-to-back titles in 2009 and 2010, while Tennessee State, Eastern Kentucky, Murray State and Southeast Missouri each have won titles during that span. Several coaches have made their mark in the relatively short history of OVC women’s basketball. Former Tennessee Tech coach Marynell Meadors posted an amazing 363-139 (72.3%) record at Tech, becoming the first woman in NCAA or AIAW history to win 300 games at the same institution, while former Tennessee State skipper Teresa Phillips earned National Coach of the Year honors from USA Today in 1990 for turning around the Lady Tigers’ program before going on to lead TSU to the NCAA Tournament in 1994 and 1995. Tennessee Tech coach Bill Worrell capped a stellar 20-year career in 2005-06 and was inducted into the OVC Hall of Fame in 2007; he compiled a 408-190 record while leading the Golden Eagles to an unprecedented 16 OVC regular-season titles and eight NCAA Tournament appearances, including five straight from 1989-93. Eastern Kentucky’s Larry Joe Inman, who retired at the conclusion of the 2007-08 season and was inducted into the OVC Hall of Fame in 2009, won more than 100 games at both Middle Tennessee and EKU, and earned OVC Coach of the Year honors a record eight times - five times at EKU and three at MTSU. He finished his career with 480 career victories. Many great players have graced the hardwood over the years, including former OVC Players of the Year Brooke Armistead and Gerlonda Hardin from Austin Peay, Pam Chambers, Jerilynn Harper, Cheryl Taylor, Angela Moorehead, Roschelle Vaughn, Diane Seng, Janet Holt and Emily Christian from Tennessee Tech; Morehead State’s Donna Murphy, Priscilla Blackford and Chynna Bozeman; Eastern Kentucky’s Kim Mays; Southeast Missouri’s Gray C. Harris; and Murray State’s Ashley Hayes. Bozeman finished her collegiate career in 2010-11 by winning her second consecutive OVC Player of the Year award. Her 2,170 points ranks her eighth all-time in OVC history, her 377 made career 3-pointers is first in OVC history and sixth in NCAA history and her 1,096 career 3-point attempts ranks first in OVC history and second in NCAA history. Morehead State center Brittany Pittman set new school, league and NCAA standards for blocked shots in 2008-09. Pittman swatted 164 shots during the season, setting a new NCAA

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single-season record (which has since been broken). During the campaign, only her second with the Eagles, she also set career block records for both Morehead State and the OVC (287). The league also had another historical moment in November 2008 when the NCAA awarded Nashville the 2014 NCAA Women’s Division I Final Four. The OVC will serve as the host of the prestigious event, which is one of the biggest sporting events the city of Nashville can host. The event will be held at Bridgestone Arena in downtown Nashville. Over its 63 years, OVC teams have garnered national championships and bowl games in football, along with national team or individual titles in the sports of rifle, cross country, track and golf. The OVC has also produced several Olympic athletes, including Murray State’s Morgan Hicks, who was a member of the 2004 United States Olympic Rifle Team and Morehead State’s Brian Shimer who competed in five Winter Olympics in bobsled (winning a bronze medal in 2002) and coached the 2010 United States bobsled team to its first gold medal since 1948. In addition, some of the greatest players in professional sports were educated at OVC institutions. The list includes former greats such as football’s Phil Simms (Morehead State), basketball’s Clem Haskins (Western Kentucky) and Bubba Wells (Austin Peay) and two-sport star Steve Hamilton (Morehead State) to present-day standouts like basketball player Trenton Hassell (Austin Peay), football player Tony Romo (Eastern Illinois) and baseball players George Sherrill (Austin Peay) and Jon Rauch (Morehead State). Hamilton is the only athlete to ever play in the NCAA Basketball Championship, a Major League Baseball World Series (New York Yankees) and a NBA Championship Series (Los Angeles Lakers). The OVC’s first volleyball tournament was held in 1981, the same year Eastern Kentucky began a string of six straight tournament crowns. Former EKU skipper Dr. Geri Polvino compiled a 627-439 record in 32 seasons as head coach of the Colonels, earning OVC Coach of the Year honors eight times. More recently, former Austin Peay coach Cheryl Holt and former Southeast Missouri skipper Cindy Gannon also earned their peers’ recognition multiple times with four awards each. Throughout the last 28 years, 10 different teams have won an OVC regular-season or tournament volleyball crown. Since joining the league in 1991, Southeast Missouri has dominated the scene, winning seven of its eight regular-season titles during the 1990’s, including five straight from 1993-97. The Redhawks


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL filiate – hosting the event for the first time in 2010; Pringles Park is under contract to host the 2012 championship as well. The OVC also has made a statement in the NCAA Baseball Championship in recent years, with its teams involved in several memorable contests in the last decade. Tennessee Tech surprised Wake Forest in the opening round of the 2001 tournament and Southeast Missouri stunned host Alabama in the opening round of the 2002 championship. Five years later, Austin Peay captured the collegiate baseball world’s attention by taking Vanderbilt, the 2007 No. 1 overall seed, to extra innings. Eastern Illinois pushed host Nebraska to the limit in 2008 followed by Tennessee Tech’s memorable contest against host Clemson in 2009. After not making the OVC Tournament field in either 2009 or 2010, Austin Peay, who was picked to finish seventh in the preseason poll, won the regular season and tournament championships to garner its fourth NCAA Tournament appearance. In the first game of NCAA Regional play the Govs knocked off host and No. 1 seed Georgia Tech 2-1. A first in the OVC occurred in 2008, when the league had a first round draft pick in both the NFL (Tennessee State’s Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie) and Major League Baseball (Eastern Kentucky’s Christian Friedrich) Drafts in the same school year. A year later (2009) the league had a Major League Baseball First Round Compensation Round pick (Eastern Illinois’ Tyler Kehrer who was No. 48 overall) and NBA Second Round pick (UT Martin’s Lester Hudson) in the same season. In 2010 a record 13 OVC baseball players were selected in Major League Baseball’s FirstYear Player Draft. The playing field is not the only place where OVC athletes are working hard. The league also recognizes excellence in the classroom. Six Scholar-Athlete Awards are presented yearly to male and female athletes, while others are commended for their academic success by being Medal of Honor recipients or earning a spot on the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. Additionally, the league annually presents one institutional Academic Achievement Award, as well as separate team awards in each Conference-sponsored sport. Since the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America program began, the Ohio Valley Conference has had 202 studentathletes honored with the award, including 35 over the last three years (2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11). Through the early years of the league, administrators wrestled with fan behavior due to

the close proximity of the Conference members and the intense rivalries which developed. Just as it did decades ago, the OVC took the leadership role on what has become a national issue. In 1995, the OVC implemented a first-of-its-kind “Sportsmanship Statement,” a policy which promotes principles of fair play, ethical conduct and respect for one’s opponent. The statement has become a model for others to follow across the nation, and has answered the challenge of the NCAA Presidents Commission to improve sportsmanship in collegiate athletics. Additionally, the OVC annually presents the Steve Hamilton Sportsmanship Award, in honor of the former Morehead State studentathlete, coach and athletics director, to a junior or senior student-athlete with significant athletic contributions who best exemplifies the characteristics of sportsmanship and citizenship. Most recently, the Conference has also implemented the OVC Institutional and Team Sportsmanship Awards, which are presented to one institution and 18 sport-specific teams voted by their peers to have best exhibited the standards of sportsmanship and ethical conduct as outlined by the OVC and NCAA. The vision of leadership demonstrated by the Founding Fathers in 1948 remains alive today as the Ohio Valley Conference prepares for the future. One example is in regard to the current trend in collegiate athletics administration for increased involvement of university presidents in setting policies and making rules. The presidents of OVC institutions, however, have always governed the Conference, long before presidential governance became a national theme. The Ohio Valley Conference sponsors the following sports: baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, tennis and track for men, and basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track and volleyball for women. In addition, the OVC also sponsors the combined men’s and women’s sport of rifle. Now in its seventh decade of competition, the Ohio Valley Conference has grown significantly from its humble beginnings while increasing the number of athletics opportunities it provides for students. Current league representatives include charter members Eastern Kentucky University, Morehead State University and Murray State University, along with Austin Peay State University, Eastern Illinois University, Jacksonville State University, Southeast Missouri State University, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, Tennessee State University, Tennessee Technological University and the University of Tennessee at Martin. Belmont University will become the league’s 12th member on July 1, 2012.

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have also won five tournament crowns (1994, 1996, 1998, 1999 and 2000). Jacksonville State won back-to-back OVC Tournament Championships (2005, 2006) including going through the OVC undefeated (16-0) in 2006 and winning a NCAA Tournament match in 2010, the league’s first NCAA victory since 2000. Following the 2007 season, Jacksonville State’s Abbey Breit was named the OVC Offensive Player of the Year for the third straight season, becoming the first player in OVC history to accomplish that feat. Four other individuals - Eastern Kentucky’s Angela Boykins (1985-86), Morehead State’s Dayle Hammontree (1988-89), Southeast Missouri’s Tuba Meto (1996-97) and Morehead State’s Amy Almond (2001-02) – were back-to-back winners of the award. In 2007, Eastern Kentucky’s Jacob Korir won his fourth straight Conference cross country title becoming just the third OVC student-athlete and 13th athlete nationally to accomplish that feat. Korir was a three-time All-American in cross country, earning two top-10 finishes at the NCAA Cross Country Championship. The Nairobi, Kenya, native was also named a track and field All-American twice during his career, was selected as the OVC Male Athlete of the Year in 2006-07 and received the NCAA post graduate scholarship in 2008. In 2007 the Conference had two teams in the NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament for the first time in league history, as former OVC member Samford earned an at-large selection while Southeast Missouri was the Conference’s automatic bid. In 2009 it was OVC softball that accomplished several firsts as UT Martin (tournament champion) and Jacksonville State (at-large) were each selected for the NCAA Championship. Jacksonville State would take it a step farther by winning the Knoxville Regional (beating No. 13 national seed Tennessee along the way) to become the first OVC softball program to advance to a Super Regional. Jax State would fall to No. 4 Alabama in that Super Regional but finished the season 43-16 (19-2 OVC) and ranked 21st nationally in the ESPN.com/USA Softball poll and 24th nationally in the USA Today/NFCA poll. The league’s baseball presence has continued to evolve since its inception. The OVC baseball tournament moved to a neutral site for the first time in 2001 with Paducah, Ky. and Brooks Stadium hosting the tournament in front of raucous crowds. The success of the tournament led to Jackson, Tenn. and Pringles Park – the home of the Seattle Mariner’s Class AA af-

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UT Martin

Date Sept. 3 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8

Opponent at Cincinnati at Memphis Eastern Kentucky* Tennessee State* at UT Martin*

Time 6 p.m. TBA 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m.

Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Jacksonville State* 6 p.m. at Southeast Missouri* 1 p.m. Eastern Illinois* 4 p.m. Central State 1 p.m. at Murray State* 1 p.m. at Tennessee Tech* 1:30 p.m.

Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 9-10 Dec. 16-17 Jan. 6

FCS Playoffs (First Round) FCS Playoffs (Second Round) FCS Playoffs (Quarterfinals) FCS Playoffs (Semifinals) FCS National Championship (Frisco, Texas)

Date Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1

Opponent Time Illinois State 6:30 p.m. at Northwestern TBA Tennessee Tech* 6:30 p.m. at Jacksonville State* 6 p.m. at Southeast Missouri* 6 p.m.

Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

Eastern Kentucky* 1:30 p.m. at Murray State* 3 p.m. UT Martin* 1:30 p.m. at Austin Peay* 4 p.m. Tennessee State* 1:30 p.m. at Southern Illinois 2 p.m.

Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 9-10 Dec. 16-17 Jan. 6

FCS Playoffs (First Round) FCS Playoffs (Second Round) FCS Playoffs (Quarterfinals) FCS Playoffs (Semifinals) FCS National Championship (Frisco, Texas)

Date Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 8

Opponent at Kansas State Missouri State Chattanooga at Austin Peay* at Eastern Illinois*

Time TBA 5 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 1:30 p.m.

Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Southeast Missouri* Tennessee State* at Murray State* at Jacksonville State* Tennessee Tech* UT Martin*

2 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. Noon Noon

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Opponent UT Martin* at Chattanooga Georgia State Eastern Illinois* at Murray State*

Time 6 p.m. TBA 2:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m.

Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

at Austin Peay* TBA at Kentucky TBA Tennessee Tech* 3 p.m. Eastern Kentucky* 3 p.m. at Southeast Missouri* 1 p.m. at Tennessee State* 2 p.m.

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Date Sept. 1 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 22 Oct. 1

Opponent at Louisville at Mississippi Valley St. Tennessee State* at UT Martin* Jacksonville State*

Time 5 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m.

Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

at Georgia State TBA Eastern Illinois* 3 p.m. Eastern Kentucky* 1 p.m. at Tennessee Tech* 1:30 p.m. Austin Peay* 1 p.m. Southeast Missouri* 1 p.m.

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Date Sept. 3 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8

Opponent Southern Illinois at Purdue at Tennessee Tech* Eastern Illinois* at Tennessee State*

Time 6 p.m. 11 a.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m.

Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

at Eastern Kentucky* Austin Peay* at UT Martin* Central Methodist Jacksonville State* Murray State*

2 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

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Date Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1

Opponent Southern vs. Jackson State at Murray State* at Air Force at Austin Peay*

Time 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m.

Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Southeast Missouri* 6 p.m. at Tennessee Tech* 1:30 p.m. at Eastern Kentucky* 2 p.m. at Eastern Illinois* 1:30 p.m. UT Martin* 5 p.m. Jacksonville State* 2 p.m.

Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 9-10 Dec. 16-17 Jan. 6

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Date Sept. 3 Sept. 8 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1

Opponent Time at Iowa 11 a.m. Maryville College 7 p.m. at Eastern Illinois* 6:30 p.m. Southeast Missouri* 7 p.m. at UT Martin* TBA

Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Open Date TBA Tennessee State* 7 p.m. at Jacksonville State* 3 p.m. Murray State* 1:30 p.m. at Eastern Kentucky* Noon Austin Peay* 1:30 p.m.

Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 9-10 Dec. 16-17 Jan. 6

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Date Sept. 1 Sept. 15 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8

Opponent at Jacksonville State* Union College Murray State* Tennessee Tech* Austin Peay*

Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

at South Alabama 4 p.m. at Eastern Illinois* 1:30 p.m. Southeast Missouri* TBA at Mississippi State TBA at Tennessee State* 5:30 p.m. at Eastern Kentucky* TBA

Nov. 26 Dec. 3 Dec. 9-10 Dec. 16-17 Jan. 6

FCS Playoffs (First Round) FCS Playoffs (Second Round) FCS Playoffs (Quarterfinals) FCS Playoffs (Semifinals) FCS National Championship (Frisco, Texas)

Time 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. TBA 2 p.m.

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL 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 Henry Harris, RB.......................................................................2010 Sean Middleton, C.....................................................................2010 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 Henry Harris, RB.......................................................................2010 The Sports Network Doug Berg, DL...........................................................................1994 Angel Rubio, DT........................................................................1997 Willie Ponder, WR......................................................................2002 David Simonhoff, P....................................................................2006 Henry Harris, RB.......................................................................2010 Frank Knights, G........................................................................2010 Don Hansen’s Football Gazette Frank Russell, DB......................................................................1995 Phil Steele All-American First-Team Henry Harris, RB.................. 2010 Sean Middleton, C................ 2010

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Phil Steele All-American Second-Team Tylor Brock, FS..................... 2010 College Sporting News Sweet 63 All-American Henry Harris, RB.................. 2010 Sean Middleton, C................ 2010 All-American First-Team Tony Walker, LB.................... 1989

All-American Second-Team Don “Diz” Anderson, C.......... 1946 Jim “Sid” Sater...................... 1958 Curtis Hammond, DB............ 1986 Kelvin Anderson, RB............. 1992 Glenn Krupa, WR................. 1992 Marquis Walker, DB.............. 1995 Angel Rubio, DT................... 1997 Jason Witczak, P.................. 2000 Ray Goodson, TE................. 2003 David Simonhoff, P............... 2004 Edgar Jones, DE.................. 2006 All-American Third-Team Mike Gohn, DE..................... 1979 Rick Aeilts, TE...................... 1988

Lorenzo Gathers, WR........... 1988 Farron Haley, WR................. 1989 Doug Berg, DL...................... 1993 David Simonhoff, P............... 2006 Doug Spada, P..................... 2008 All-American Honorable Mention Wayne Goddard, OT............. 1937 Glenn Krupa, WR................. 1992 Doug Spada, P..................... 2007 Doug Spada, P..................... 2008 NAIA All-American Kenneth Dement, OT/DT...... 1954 Rimington Award * Goes to top center in FCS (formerly I-AA). Eugene Amano, C................ 2003 Sean Middleton, C................ 2010 Magnolia Gridiron Classic Edgar Jones, DE.................. 2006 Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year Tony Samuel......................... 2010 American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Region 3 Coach of the Year Tony Samuel......................... 2010 OVC Coach of the Year John Mumford....................... 1994 Tim Billings........................... 2002 Tony Samuel......................... 2010 OVC Player of the Year Doug Berg, DL...................... 1994 Angel Rubio, DT................... 1997 Henry Harris, RB.................. 2010 OVC All-Newcomer Team Tim Holloman, RB................ 2005 Colin Schermann, K.............. 2005 Miles Edwards, WR.............. 2007 Philip Klaproth, LB................ 2008 Justin Woodlief, LB............... 2009

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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 Henry Harris, RB.................. 2010 Matt Scheible, QB................. 2010 Sean Middleton, C................ 2010 Frank Knights, G................... 2010 Bryan Curry, G...................... 2010 Evan Conrad, OT.................. 2010 J.J. Sanchez, DT.................. 2010 Tylor Brock, FS..................... 2010


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL 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 Doug Spada, P..................... 2009 Joshua Jackson, LB............. 2010 Justin Woodlief, LB............... 2010 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 Matt Scheible, QB............. 9/12/10 Henry Harris, RB.............. 9/19/10 Henry Harris, RB.............. 9/26/10 Henry Harris, RB.............. 10/3/10 Henry Harris, RB............ 10/17/10 Matt Scheible, QB........... 10/24/10

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 Bryan Blanfort, FS............ 9/27/09 Aaron Grimes, CB............ 9/12/10 Darrick Borum, LB............ 10/3/10 Joshua Jackson, LB....... 10/30/10 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

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

David Simonhoff, P......... 11/13/05 David Simonhoff, P........... 9/17/06 David Simonhoff, P......... 10/22/06 Doug Spada, P............... 10/26/08 Drew Geldbach, K............ 9/12/10 Drew Geldbach, K.......... 10/24/10 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

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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 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

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL 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

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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 J.J. Sanchez, DT.................. 2010 OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll * To be listed on the OVC Commissioner’s Honor Roll, 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 Chad Gwilliam...................... 1995 Kyle Jackson........................ 1995 Shane Kennedy.................... 1995 Chad King............................. 1995 Greg Glund........................... 1995 Justin Martini........................ 1995 Brian Raterman.................... 1995 Jeff Shaw.............................. 1995 Ron Smith............................. 1995 Justin Terrill........................... 1995 Marion Blevins...................... 1996 Andrew Brennecke............... 1996 Greg Klund........................... 1996 Nick Reggio.......................... 1996 Justin Terrill........................... 1996 Jason Dewolf........................ 1997 Adam Esterline..................... 1997 Justin Terrill........................... 1997 Chad King............................. 1997 Patrick McGuire.................... 1997 Isaac Powell......................... 1997 Andrew Helle........................ 1997 Jason DeWolf....................... 1998 Isaac Powell......................... 1998 John Borne........................... 1999 Seth Carriere........................ 1999 Andy Dunaway..................... 1999 Tyler Gooch.......................... 1999 Chad Gwilliam...................... 1999 Chris Keifer........................... 1999 Isaac Powell......................... 1999 Nick Reggio.......................... 1999 Scott Vieluf........................... 1999 Alex Alameda........................ 2000 Andy Dunaway..................... 2000 Mike Gross........................... 2000 Chad Gwilliam...................... 2000 Chuck McElroy..................... 2000 Frank McGinty...................... 2000 Justin Meyer......................... 2000 Isaac Powell......................... 2000 Alex Alameda........................ 2001 Ben Arnold............................ 2001 Dan Bieg............................... 2001

Bobby Brune......................... 2001 Dan Connolly........................ 2001 Andy Dunaway..................... 2001 Mike Gross........................... 2001 Derek Kutz............................ 2001 Chuck McElroy..................... 2001 Matt Morice........................... 2001 Ryan Roth............................. 2001 Alex Alameda........................ 2002 Dan Bieg............................... 2002 Matt Boyack.......................... 2002 Lee Freeman........................ 2002 Chris Halstead...................... 2002 Cal Jillson............................. 2002 Derek Kutz............................ 2002 Chuck McElroy..................... 2002 Mike Miller............................ 2002 Kellin White........................... 2002 Fred Amano.......................... 2003 John Ball............................... 2003 Dan Bieg............................... 2003 Matt Boyack.......................... 2003 Adam Casper........................ 2003 Eric Frost.............................. 2003 Cal Jillson............................. 2003 Justen Deshon...................... 2003 Zach Fidler............................ 2003 Seth McDowell...................... 2003 Charles McElroy................... 2003 Justin Meyer......................... 2003 Michael Miller........................ 2003 Matthew NesSmith............... 2003 Joseph Tuineau.................... 2003 Tunde Agboke...................... 2004 Matt Boyack.......................... 2004 Adam Casper........................ 2004 Justin DeShon...................... 2004 Mark Dunaway...................... 2004 Joe Goff................................ 2004 Cal Jillson............................. 2004 Francisco Perez.................... 2004 Colin Schermann.................. 2004 Kevin Ballatore..................... 2005 Matt Boyack.......................... 2005 Adam Casper........................ 2005 Joe Goff................................ 2005 Zach Leible........................... 2005 Kendall Magana.................... 2005 Brian Matthews..................... 2005 Francisco Perez.................... 2005 Mark Stolle............................ 2005

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Elijah Willis........................... 2005 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 Andrew Adams..................... 2009 Derek Gibson........................ 2009 Brandon Harris..................... 2009 Kyle Hubert........................... 2009 Curtis Huge........................... 2009 Matt James........................... 2009 Pat Maloney.......................... 2009 Blake Peiffer......................... 2009 Trey Porter............................ 2009 Matt Rehan........................... 2009


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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 Peiffer............................ 1971

Rick Attig............................... 1972 Dan Peiffer............................ 1972 Rick Attig............................... 1973 Dan Peiffer............................ 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 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 Matt Scheible........................ 2009 Frank Knights....................... 2009 Matt Scheible........................ 2010 Sean Middleton..................... 2010 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 Bryan Blanfort....................... 2009 Tylor Brock............................ 2010 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 J.J. Sanchez......................... 2009 J.J. Sanchez......................... 2010

Honors & Awards

J.J. Sanchez......................... 2009 Matt Scheible........................ 2009 Damian Smith....................... 2009 Josh Woods.......................... 2009 Andrew Adams..................... 2010 Derek Gibson........................ 2010 Brandon Harris..................... 2010 Kyle Hubert........................... 2010 Curtis Huge........................... 2010 Matt James........................... 2010 Pat Maloney.......................... 2010 Blake Peiffer......................... 2010 Jessie Porter......................... 2010 Matt Rehan........................... 2010 J.J. Sanchez......................... 2010 Matt Scheible........................ 2010 Damian Smith....................... 2010 Josh Woods.......................... 2010

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

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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 SteImann..................... 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 Justin Woodlief..................... 2009 Joshua Jackson.................... 2010 KZIM/MVP 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 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 Matt Scheible........................ 2009 Henry Harris......................... 2010 Hamby Award * The Hamby Award is given in honor of former Southeast line coach Jim Hamby and is sponsored by the Hamby family. It goes annually to the football letterman with the highest grade point average. Ryan Devins......................... 1994

Shane Kennedy.................... 1995 Nick Reggio.......................... 1996 Andrew Helle........................ 1997 Jason DeWolf....................... 1998 Jason DeWolf....................... 1999 Isaac Powell......................... 2000 Isaac Powell......................... 2001 Charles McElroy................... 2002 Charles McElroy................... 2003 Charles McElroy................... 2004 Matt Boyack.......................... 2005 Matt Boyack, Kendall Magana.... 2006 Matt Boyack.......................... 2007 Kendall Magana.................... 2008 Dustin Powell........................ 2009 J.J. Sanchez......................... 2010 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 Iman.............................. 1959 Glennon Schott..................... 1960 Ryland Meyr......................... 1961 David Steinbecker................ 1962 Garry Brandt......................... 1963 Otto Privette.......................... 1964 Lewis Kelley.......................... 1965 Paul Ebaugh......................... 1966 Terry Benassi........................ 1967 Tom Critchlow....................... 1968 Roger Coombs..................... 1969 Steve Johnson...................... 1970 Jack Huelskamp................... 1971 Steve Derringer.................... 1972 Rick Stewart......................... 1973 Dennis Helms....................... 1974 Doug Frick............................ 1975 Tom Suter............................. 1976 Alex Clinton.......................... 1977 Willie Taylor.......................... 1978 Rick Schmidt......................... 1979 Boyd Paulsmeyer................. 1980 Ted Banker........................... 1981 Dennis Lockhart.................... 1982 Sam McCord......................... 1983

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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 Brandon Harris..................... 2009 Brandon Harris..................... 2010 CoSIDA/ESPN Second-Team Academic All-American J.J. Sanchez, DT.................. 2010 CoSIDA/ESPN First-Team Academic All-District VII J.J. Sanchez, DT.................. 2010 Matt Scheible, QB................. 2010 College Football Hall of Fame Kenneth Dement, OT/DT (Inducted August 14, 1998) Team USA IFAF World Championship Participants Henry Harris......................... 2011 Frank Knights....................... 2011 Southeast Missouri State Football Hall of Famers Kenneth Dement (1951-54) (Inducted 2002)


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Retired Jersey Numbers

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Number 40 worn by All-American

Honors & Awards

Ken Iman (1956-59) (Inducted 2002) Kenneth Knox (1952-67) (Inducted 2002) Marvin Rosengarten (Inducted 2002) 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) Clarence Bergmann (1927-31) (Inducted 2010)

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.

Justin Woodlief

58

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

Frank Knights

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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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Rushing Yards (Career) 1. Kelvin Anderson, 1992-94 2. Walter Smallwood, 1965-68 3. Henry Harris, 2008-10 4. Timmy Holloman, 2005-08 5. Brian Lattimore, 1985-89 6. Richard Attig, 1970-73 7. Anthony Jackson, 1985-86 8. Matt Scheible, 2008-present Ernest Edwards, 1979-81 10. Trent Lane, 1983-88

3,392 3,066 2,773 2,424 2,401 2,266 1,752 1,628 1,628 1,603

Rushing Yards (Season) 1. Henry Harris, 2010 2. Kelvin Anderson, 1992 3. Curtis Cooper, 2001 4. Corey Kinsey, 2002 5. Kelvin Anderson, 1993 6. Kelvin Anderson, 1994 Dione Tyler, 1995 8. Walter Smallwood, 1968 9. Ernest Edwards, 1979 10. Al Holmes, 1969

1,735 1,371 1,198 1,067 1,016 1,005 1,005 973 960 952

Rushing Records

Rushing Yards (Game) 1. Henry Harris (vs. Southwest Baptist, 2010) 2. Al Holmes (vs. NE Missouri, 1969)

9. Kelvin Anderson, 1992 10. Anthony Jackson, 1985

205 202

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

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Rushing Touchdowns (Career) 1. Walter Smallwood, 1965-68 2. Henry Harris, 2008-10 3. Brian Lattimore, 1985-89 4. Timmy Holloman, 2005-08 5. Kelvin Anderson, 1992-94 6. Bobby Everage, 1974-75 Richard Attig, 1970-73 8. Matt Scheible, 2008-present Keiki Misipeka, 2002 10. Rashad West, 1999-01 Anthony Jackson, 1985-86 Rushing Touchdowns (Season) 1. Henry Harris, 2010 2. Walter Smallwood, 1968

18 16

293 254

Rushing Attempts (Career) 1. Walter Smallwood, 1965-68 2. Kelvin Anderson, 1992-94 3. Henry Harris, 2008-10 4. Timmy Holloman, 2005-08 5. Richard Attig, 1970-73 6. Brian Lattimore, 1985-89 7. Matt Scheible, 2008-present 8. Anthony Jackson, 1985-86 9. Ernest Edwards, 1979-81 10. Trent Lane, 1983-88

637 636 532 507 485 471 361 356 322 317

Rushing Attempts (Season) 1. Henry Harris, 2010 2. Richard Attig, 1972 David Newberry, 1972 4. Corey Kinsey,2002 5. Curtis Cooper, 2001 6. Kelvin Anderson, 1994 7. Kelvin Anderson, 1993 8. Walter Smallwood, 1968

305 237 237 231 222 219 212 208

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3. Brian Lattimore, 1988 4. Keiki Misipeka, 2002 Kelvin Anderson, 1992 6. Corey Williams, 1998 7. Walter Smallwood, 1966 8. Richard Attig, 1973 Jeff East, 2002 Jamel Oliver, 2003 Rushing Touchdowns (Game) 1. Walter Smallwood (vs. Central Missouri, 1968) Rushing Yards Per Carry (Career) Minimum 150 Attempts 1. Dione Tyler, 1994-95 2. Al Holmes, 1969-70 3. Curtis Cooper, 2000-01 4. Jack Gokin, 1974-77 5. Kelvin Anderson, 1992-94 6. Henry Harris, 2008-10 7. Bobby Everage, 1974-75 8. Brian Lattimore, 1985-89

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14 13 13 11 10 9 9 9 5

6.63 5.57 5.56 5.36 5.33 5.20 5.14 5.10


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Rushing Yards Per Carry (Season) Minimum 75 Attempts 1. Kelvin Anderson, 1992 6.69 2. Dione Tyler, 1995 6.57 3. Ernest Edwards, 1979 6.49 4. Al Holmes, 1969 6.48 5. B. White, 1977 6.44 6. Mike Wieser, 1977 6.32 7. Richard Attig, 1970 6.17 8. Jack Gokin, 1977 5.88 9. Bobby Everage, 1974 5.86 10. Timmy Holloman, 2007 5.75 Rushing Yards Per Game (Career) Minimum 20 Games 1. Henry Harris, 2008-10 84.0 2. Timmy Holloman, 2005-08 69.3 3. Corey Kinsey, 2001-03 61.0 4. Curtis Cooper, 2000-01 57.4 5. Britt Mirgaux, 1996-98 52.3 6. Matt Scheible, 2008-present 49.3 7. K.D. Koleosho, 1997-00 34.9 8. Mike Jones, 2007-10 32.3 9. Broderick Benson, 1996-99 25.4 10. John Radney, 2005-06 24.0 Rushing Yards Per Game (Season) Minimum 5 Games 1. Henry Harris, 2010 144.6 2. Timmy Holloman, 2007 131.0 3. Curtis Cooper, 2001 108.9 4. Corey Kinsey, 2002 97.0 5. Dione Tyler, 1995 91.4 6. Corey Williams, 1998 76.3 7. Matt Scheible, 2010 73.9 8. Henry Harris, 2009 65.5 9. Keiki Misipeka, 2002 63.0 10. Britt Mirgaux, 1996 60.1 Most 100-Yard Games (Career) 1. Kelvin Anderson, 1992-94 2. Henry Harris, 2008-10 3. Timmy Holloman, 2005-08 Brian Lattimore, 1985-89 Richard Attig, 1970-73 6. Anthony Jackson, 1985-86 Jack Gokin, 1974-77 Corey Kinsey, 2001-03 9. Curtis Cooper, 2000-01

14 11 9 9 9 6 6 6 5

1 0. Dione Tyler, 1994-95 Ernest Edwards, 1979-81

4 4

Most 100-Yard Games (Season) 1. Henry Harris, 2010 10 2. Kelvin Anderson, 1992 7 3. Corey Kinsey, 2002 6 4. Curtis Cooper, 2001 5 5. Timmy Holloman, 2007 4 Dione Tyler, 1995 4 Kelvin Anderson, 1993 4 Brian Lattimore, 1989 4 Richard Attig, 1970 4 10. Matt Scheible, 2010 3 Brian Lattimore, 1988 3 Anthony Jackson, 1986 3 Anthony Jackson, 1985 3 Jack Gokin, 1977 3 Richard Attig, 1972 3 Longest Run from Scrimmage Kelvin Anderson 96 yards (vs. Murray State, 1992)

Rushing Records

9. Three Tied With

Kelvin “Earthquake” Anderson

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Corey Kinsey

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL 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) Pass Completions (Career) 1. Jason Liley, 1989-92 2. Jeff Brown, 1983-87 3. Jack Tomco, 2002-03

429

530 445 386

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

Bobby Brune, 1998-01 Lance Brune, 1970-73 Andrew Goodenough, 2003-04 Jim Eustice, 1988-89 Matt Scheible, 2008-present Shane Kennedy, 1992-95 Houston Lillard, 2006-08

Pass Completions (Season) 1. Andrew Goodenough, 2004 2. Jack Tomco, 2002 3. Jason Liley, 1990 4. Mike Haley, 2005 Jason Liley, 1992 6. Houston Lillard, 2008 7. Eric Cohoon, 1991 8. Jim Eustice, 1989 9. Jeromy McDowell, 2001 10. Jim Eustice, 1988 Pass Completions (Game) 1. Mike Haley (vs. Kent State, 2005)

351 350 349 312 294 289 266 278 242 220 192 192 166 161 158 155 154 34

Pass Completion Percentage (Career) Minimum 150 Attempts 1. Jack Tomco, 2002-03 62.2 2. Eric Cohoon, 1990-91 60.7 3. Andrew Goodenough, 2003-04 60.2 4. Jason Liley, 1989-92 58.2 5. Bobby Brune, 1998-01 57.3 6. Houston Lillard, 2006-08 57.2

7. Jim Eustice, 1988-89 56.6 8. Jeromy McDowell, 2001-03 56.3 9. Rashad West, 1999-01 55.8 10. Mike Haley, 2004-05 54.4 Pass Completion Percentage (Season) Minimum 75 Attempts 1. Jack Tomco, 2002 65.1 2. Jeromy McDowell, 2003 64.6 3. Bobby Brune, 1998 62.2 4. Andrew Goodenough, 2003 61.2 5. Jason Liley, 1990 61.1 6. Eric Cohoon, 1991 60.5 7. Matt Scheible, 2010 59.9 Andrew Goodenough, 2004 59.9 9. Jim Eustice, 1988 59.2 Kevin Ballatore, 2005 59.2 Pass Attempts (Career) 1. Jason Liley, 1989-92 911 2. Jeff Brown, 1983-87 833 3. Lance Brune, 1970-73 773 4. Jack Tomco, 2002-03 621 5. Bobby Brune, 1998-01 613 6. Shane Kennedy, 1992-95 592 7. Andrew Goodenough, 2003-04 580 8. Matt Scheible, 2008-present 568 9. Jim Eustice, 1988-89 551 10. Greg Brune, 1964-67 538 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. Matt Scheible, 2009

Passing Records

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

Jack Tomco

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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. Matt Scheible, 2008-present

464 372 360 347 334 292 291 288 288 284 61

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Bobby Brune, 1998-01 Houston Lillard, 2006-08 Jim Eustice, 1988-89 Joe Young, 1979-81 Jim Prestwood, 1980-83 Andrew Goodenough, 2003-04

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. Four Tied With

24 22 20 19 19 19 29 17 16 15 15 15 14 13 13 12

Most Touchdown Passes (Game) 1. Jack Tomco 5 (vs. UT Martin, 2002) Pass Efficiency Percentage (Career) Minimum 150 Attempts 1. Jack Tomco, 2002-03 141.3 2. Eric Cohoon, 1990-91 127.6 3. Houston Lillard, 2006-08 126.4 4. Jim Eustice, 1988-89 121.3 5. Jeromy McDowell, 2001-03 119.2 6. Andrew Goodenough, 2003-04 118.3 7. Bobby Brune, 1998-01 118.2 8. Jeff Brown, 1983-87 117.3 9. Greg Brune, 1964-67 116.4 10. Jason Liley, 1989-92 113.9 Pass Efficiency Percentage (Season) Minimum 75 Attempts 1. Jack Tomco, 2002 153.4 2. Rashad West, 1999 144.4 3. Greg Brune, 1966 139.6 4. Houston Lillard, 2007 135.5 5. Jeff Brown, 1985 133.4 6. Matt Scheible, 2010 128.6 7. Andrew Goodenough, 2003 128.5 8. Eric Cohoon, 1991 127.7 9. Bobby Brune, 1998 126.2 10. Bobby Brune, 2000 126.0 Average Yards Per Pass (Career) Minimum 150 Attempts 1. Jack Tomco, 2002-03 2. Greg Brune, 1964-67

8.0 7.8

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10.

Greg Schroeder, 1966-69 Houston Lillard, 2006-08 Jim Eustice, 1988-89 Jeff Brown, 1983-87 Rashad West, 1999-01 Joe Young, 1979-81 Eric Cohoon, 1990-91 Jeromy McDowell, 2001-03

7.6 7.3 7.1 7.0 6.9 6.9 6.9 6.8

Average Yards Per Pass (Season) Minimum 75 Attempts 1. Rashad West, 1999 2. Greg Brune, 1966 3. Jack Tomco, 2002 4. Greg Brune, 1967 5. Joe Young, 1979 6. Jeff Brown, 1985 Andrew Goodenough, 2003 Houston Lillard, 2007 9. Greg Schroeder, 1969 10. Bobby Brune, 1998

9.4 8.7 8.4 8.1 8.0 7.8 7.8 7.8 7.6 7.5

Average Yards Per Completion (Career) Minimum 150 Attempts 1. Greg Brune, 1964-67 17.8 2. Greg Schroeder, 1966-69 14.4 Irvin Whitehead, 1963-65 14.4 4. Joe Young, 1979-81 14.2 5. G. Lynch, 1962-63 14.1 6. D. Backfisch, 1975-77 13.9 Rick Wieser, 1974-75 13.9 8. Lance Brune, 1970-73 13.7 9. Jeff Brown, 1983-87 13.2 10. Jim Prestwood, 1980-83 12.9 Average Yards Per Completion (Season) Minimum 75 Attempts 1. Greg Brune, 1967 20.1 2. Greg Brune, 1966 17.8 3. Irvin Whitehead, 1964 17.4 4. Rashad West, 1999 16.4 5. Joe Young, 1979 16.1 6. Greg Brune, 1965 15.8 7. Lance Brune, 1970 15.2 8. Greg Schroeder, 1969 14.4 Rick Wieser, 1974 14.4 10. Jim Prestwood, 1983 14.1 Passing Yards Per Game (Career) Minimum 20 Games 1. Jack Tomco, 2002-03 206.1 2. Houston Lillard, 2006-08 162.7 3. Bobby Brune, 1998-01 103.1

4. Matt Scheible, 2008-present 5. Justin Martini, 1995-97

102.5 100.9

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. Matt Scheible, 2009 10. Andrew Goodenough, 2003

261.0 255.7 204.4 187.9 186.5 152.6 151.2 150.0 145.1 129.4

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. Three Tied With Most Interceptions (Game) Joe Young (vs. Evansville, 1979) Jeff Brown (vs. Delta State, 1986)

Passing Records

8. 9. 10.

94

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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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL 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. Miles Edwards, 2007-10 Lorenzo Gathers, 1984-88 10. Dante Bryant, 1996-98

181 157 149 136 131 130 118 116 116 114

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

Receiving Records

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

14

Receiving Yardage (Career) 1. Willie Ponder, 2001-02 2. Darrell Philon, 1988-91 3. John Diepenbrock, 1965-68 4. Leslie Weaver, 1997-00 5. Lorenzo Gathers, 1984-88 6. Edward Slaughter, 1971-74 7. Aaron Layton, 1990-93 8. T.J. Milcic, 2003-05 9. Miles Edwards, 2007-10 10. Chris Salyer, 1988-91

2,543 2,502 2,073 1,866 1,832 1,782 1,699 1,661 1,597 1,567

Receiving Yardage (Season) 1. Willie Ponder, 2002 2. Farron Haley, 1989 3. Willie Ponder, 2001 4. Walter Peoples, 2008 5. Aaron Layton, 1992 6. T.J. Milcic, 2005 7. Chris Salyer, 1990 8. Darrell Philon, 1991 9. Lorenzo Gathers, 1988 Glenn Krupa, 1992

1,453 1,116 1,090 903 875 842 817 815 773 773

Receiving Yardage (Game) 1. Arthur Miller (vs. Evansville, 1969) Receiving Touchdowns (Career) 1. Willie Ponder, 2001-02 2. John Diepenbrock, 1965-68 3. Miles Edwards, 2007-10 4. David Gross, 1976-79 David Jackson, 1983-86 6. Edward Slaughter, 1971-74 7. Darrell Philon, 1988-91 Arthur Miller, 1969-71 Leslie Weaver, 1997-00 10. Two Tied With 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 Receiving Touchdowns (Game) 1. Lyman Brown (vs. Central Missouri, 1962)

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26 20 15 14 14 13 12 12 12 11 15 11 10 9 8 8 7 7 7 7 3

Yards Per Reception (Career) Minimum 30 Receptions 1. John Diepenbrock, 1965-68 2. David Jackson, 1983-86 3. Arthur Miller, 1969-71 4. W. Taylor, 1977-80 5. Edward Slaughter, 1971-74 6. David Stewart, 1982-84 7. D. Goncher, 1972-75 8. T.J. Milcic, 2003-05 9. John Howze, 1992-93 10. Adrian Sanders, 2001

18.85 18.42 18.11 17.67 17.47 17.18 16.98 16.95 16.42 16.29

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

6.83 4.90 3.80 3.63 3.36 3.16 3.05

Andrew Goodenough


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL 7.25 6.36 5.50 5.42 5.27 4.67 4.50 4.18 4.18 4.00

Total Offense Yardage (Career) Rushing and Passing Yardage 1. Jeff Brown, 1983-87 2. Jason Liley, 1989-92 3. Matt Scheible, 2008-present 4. Jack Tomco, 2002-03 Lance Brune, 1970-73 6. Bobby Brune, 1998-01 7. Greg Brune, 1964-67 8. Shane Kennedy, 1992-95 9. Jim Eustice, 1988-89 10. Andrew Goodenough, 2003-04

5,935 5,764 5,010 4,861 4,861 4,278 4,250 3,940 3,857 3,639

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. Matt Scheible, 2010 7. Matt Scheible, 2009 8. Jim Eustice, 1989 9. Houston Lillard, 2008 10. Greg Brune, 1966

3,070 2,719 2,333 2,209 2,141 2,133 2,083 2,076 1,992 1,959

Total Offense (Game) 1. Jack Tomco (vs. UT Martin, 2002) Total Offense Attempts (Career) Rushing and Passing Attempts 1. Jeff Brown, 1983-87 2. Jason Liley, 1989-92 3. Lance Brune, 1970-73 4. Matt Scheible, 2008-present 5. Bobby Brune, 1998-01 6. Shane Kennedy, 1992-95 7. Jim Prestwood, 1980-83 8. Greg Brune, 1964-67

429

1,105 1,055 963 929 856 810 702 674

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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

Houston Lillard

Walter Peoples

9. Jack Tomco, 2002-03 10. Walter Smallwood, 1965-68

671 637

Total Offense Attempts (Season) Rushing and Passing Attempts 1. Andrew Goodenough, 2004 2. Matt Scheible, 2009 3. Jason Liley, 1992 4. Jack Tomco, 2002 5. Jason Liley, 1990 6. Mike Haley, 2005 7. Shane Kennedy, 1995 8. Jim Prestwood, 1982 9. Matt Scheible, 2010 10. Houston Lillard, 2008

494 413 397 396 394 386 369 364 351 343

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

4,173 3,577 3,572 3,494 3,443

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Curtis Cooper, 2000-01 Henry Harris, 2008-10 Willie Ponder, 2001-02 Tim Holloman, 2005-08 Brian Lattimore, 1985-89

All-Purpose Yardage (Season) Rushing, Receiving, Return Yardage 1. Henry Harris, 2010 2. Curtis Cooper, 2001 3. Kelvin Anderson, 1992 4. Willie Ponder, 2002 5. Dione Tyler, 1995 6. David Newberry, 1972 7. Jamel Oliver, 2003 8. Darrell Philon, 1991 9. Willie Ponder, 2001 10. David Jackson, 1985

3,365 3,287 3,174 2,973 2,782

2,609 2,127 1,795 1,786 1,740 1,683 1,455 1,391 1,388 1,376

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Points Scored (Career) 1. Derek Kutz, 2001-04 2. Mike Wood, 1974-77 3. Walter Smallwood, 1965-68 4. Henry Harris, 2008-10 5. Timmy Holloman, 2005-08 6. Brian Lattimore, 1985-89 7. Doug Spada, 2006-09 8. Willie Ponder, 2001-02 9. Kelvin Anderson, 1992-94 10. Richard Attig, 1970-73

262 258 216 180 174 168 165 162 150 135

Points Scored (Season) 1. Henry Harris, 2010 2. George Godwin, 1937 3. Walter Smallwood, 1968 Willie Ponder, 2002 5. Kelvin Anderson, 1992 Brian Lattimore, 1988 7. Keiki Misipeka, 2002 8. Derek Kutz, 2003 9. Derek Kutz, 2002 Doug Spada, 2008

114 113 96 96 84 84 78 75 74 74

Scoring & Special Teams Records

Points Scored (Game) 1. Walter Smallwood (vs. Central Missouri, 1968) Touchdowns (Career) 1. Walter Smallwood, 1965-68 2. Henry Harris, 2008-10 3. Timmy Holloman, 2005-08 4. Brian Lattimore, 1985-89 5. Willie Ponder, 2001-02 6. Kelvin Anderson, 1992-94 7. Richard Attig, 1970-73 John Diepenbrock, 1965-68 9. Jamel Oliver, 2002-05 10. Two Tied With Touchdowns (Season) 1. Henry Harris, 2010 2. George Godwin, 1937 3. Walter Smallwood, 1968 Willie Ponder, 2002 5. Brian Lattimore, 1988 Kelvin Anderson, 1992 7. Keiki Misipeka, 2002 8. David Newberry, 1972 Corey Williams, 1998 Dione Tyler, 1995

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36 30 29 28 27 25 21 21 17 16 19 17 16 16 14 14 14 12 12 12

Touchdowns (Game) 1. Walter Smallwood (vs. Central Missouri, 1968) Field Goals (Career) 1. Mike Wood, 1974-77 2. Derek Kutz, 2001-04 3. Doug Spada, 2006-09 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 33 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. Drew Geldbach, 2010 Colin Schermann, 2005 Derek Kutz, 2004

17 16 16 15 15 15 14 12 12 12

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Point After Touchdown (Career) Made 1. Derek Kutz, 2001-04 136 2. Carl Gross, 1974-77 80 3. Doug Spada, 2006-09 66 Mike Wood, 1974-77 66 5. Colin Schermann, 2005-07 53 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

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Point After Touchdown (Season) Made Att. 1. Derek Kutz, 2002 50 52 2. Drew Geldbach, 2010 33 38 3. Derek Kutz, 2001 30 32 Derek Kutz, 2003 30 30 5. Colin Schermann, 2005 29 32 Doug Spada, 2008 29 30 7. Eric Zimmerman, 1990 28 28 8. Derek Kutz, 2004 26 29 9. Mike Wood, 1975 25 NA Bruce Nall, 1969 25 NA Punting Average (Career) Minimum 50 Attempts 1. David Simonhoff, 2003-06 2. Doug Spada, 2006-09 3. George Goodwin, 1937 4. Todd Fields, 1982-85 5. Mike Wood, 1974-77 6. Seth Carriere, 1999 7. Justin Terrill, 1994-97 8. Greg Brune, 1964-67 9. J. McConnell, 1964 10. Derek Norton, 1992-93 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. Doug Spada, 2009 10. Todd Fields, 1985 Punting Average (Game) 1. Steve Williams (vs. Murray State, 1983) Punting Yards (Career) 1. Justin Terrill, 1994-97 2. David Simonhoff, 2003-06 3. Doug Spada, 2006-09 4. Greg Brune, 1964-67 5. Todd Fields, 1982-85 6. Ed Hotz, 1979-81 7. Mike Wood, 1974-77

43.89 42.69 40.44 39.75 39.13 38.88 38.58 38.36 37.80 37.66

46.00 44.81 44.74 43.53 42.84 42.53 41.31 40.98 40.92 40.64 56.00

10,647 10,402 6,660 6,138 5,923 5,113 4,735


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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 (Career) 1. Justin Terrill, 1994-97 2. David Simonhoff, 2003-06 3. Greg Brune, 1964-67 4. Doug Spada, 2006-09 5. Todd Fields, 1982-85 6. Ed Hotz, 1979-81 7. Mike Wood, 1974-77 8. Derek Norton, 1992-93 9. Brian Gilbert, 1990-92 10. Bob Allendorf, 1962-63

276 237 160 156 149 140 121 119 118 109

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) Kickoff Return Yards (Career) 1. David Jackson, 1983-86 2. Jacob McKinley, 2008-09 3. Jamel Oliver, 2002-05

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1,938 1,598 1,436

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

Antonio Scaife, 2003-06 Jon Riley, 1993-96 Corey Chester, 1998-00 Elton Peterson, 2003-07 Curtis Cooper, 2000-01 Henry Harris, 2008-10 Keith Hubbard, 1979-82

1,415 1,193 1,111 1,087 1,027 1,001 940

Kickoff Return Yards (Season) 1. Jacob McKinley, 2009 2. Jacob McKinley, 2008 3. Elton Peterson, 2007 4. Henry Harris, 2010 5. David Jackson, 1985 6. Curtis Cooper, 2000 7. Jon Riley, 1993 8. Antonio Scaife, 2004 9. David Jackson, 1984 10. Dione Tyler, 1994 Kickoff Return Average (Career) Minimum 25 Returns 1. Corey Chester, 1998-00 2. Henry Harris, 2008-10 3. Jacob McKinley, 2008-09 4. Keith Hubbard, 1979-82 5. Curtis Cooper, 2000-01 6. Arthur Sargent, 1986-88 7. Willie Ponder, 2001-02 8. David Jackson, 1983-86 9. Jon Riley, 1993-96 10. Elton Peterson, 2003-07

24.15 23.30 22.51 21.86 21.85 21.79 21.60 21.53 21.30 20.51

Kickoff Return Average (Season) Minimum 10 Returns 1. W. Taylor, 1980 2. Arthur Sargent, 1986 3. Jon Riley, 1993 4. Corey Chester, 1998-00 Brian Hinton, 1999 6. David Jackson, 1986 7. Henry Harris, 2010 8. A. Johnson, 1989 9. Curtis Cooper, 2000 10. Keith Hubbard, 1980

30.46 28.27 26.52 26.47 26.47 26.00 24.70 24.46 24.31 23.81

813 785 734 691 676 632 610 603 592 568

Longest Kickoff Return for a Touchdown 1. David Jackson 97 (vs. Abilene Christian, 1985)

Kickoff Returns (Career) 1. David Jackson, 1983-86 2. Antonio Scaife, 2003-06 3. Jamel Oliver, 2002-05 4. Jacob McKinley, 2008-09 5. Jon Riley, 1993-96 6. Elton Peterson, 2003-07 7. Curtis Cooper, 2000-01 8. Corey Chester, 1998-00 9. Henry Harris, 2008-10 Keith Hubbard, 1979-82 Kickoff Returns (Season) 1. Jacob McKinley, 2009 2. Jacob McKinley, 2008 Elton Peterson, 2007 4. Antonio Scaife, 2004 David Jackson, 1984 6. David Jackson, 1985 7. Henry Harris, 2010 Dione Tyler, 1994 9. Curtis Cooper, 2000 10. Two Tied With

90 75 73 71 56 53 47 46 43 43

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8. Derek Norton, 1992-93 9. Brian Gilbert, 1990-92 10. Bob Allendorf, 1962-63

36 35 35 32 32 30 28 28 26 25

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL 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

Punt Return Yards (Season) 1. Dione Tyler, 1994 2. Jim Bland, 1967 3. Curtis Cooper, 2000 4. Darrell Philon, 1989 5. Arthur Sargent, 1986 6. Aaron Layton, 1992 7. Antonio Scaife, 2003 8. Curtis Cooper, 2001 9. Jim Duspiwa, 1967 10. Dione Tyler, 1995

347 292 253 242 233 217 216 215 206 178

Punt Return Average (Career) Minimum 25 Returns 1. Dione Tyler, 1994-95 2. Curtis Cooper, 2000-01 3. Jim Bland, 1967-68 4. David Jackson, 1983-86 5. Darrell Philon, 1988-91 6. Aaron Layton, 1990-93 7. Chris Salyer, 1988-91 8. Antonio Scaife, 2003-06 9. Chris NesSmith, 2000-04 10. Timbo Jones, 1981-84 Punt Return Average (Season) Minimum 10 Returns 1. Curtis Cooper, 2001 2. Dione Tyler, 1994 2. Antonio Scaife, 2003 4. Jim Bland, 1967 3. Dione Tyler, 1995 6. Aaron Layton, 1992 7. David Jackson, 1985 8. Curtis Cooper, 2000 9. Mike Hargens, 1982 10. D. Davis, 1977

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15.36 15.09 12.71 11.68 11.12 10.85 10.58 10.54 8.74 8.73

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 86 (vs. Northwest Missouri, 1962)

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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. Two Tied With

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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. Damian Smith, 2007-09 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, 2008 9. Mark Munsell, 1994 James Jennette, 2002 11. Cordez Vaughn, 1994 12. Marvin Hamilton, 1994 Cordez Vaughn, 1993 Ryan Roth, 2002 Ryan Roth, 2003 16. 13 Tied With

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 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 4.0

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, 2008 Kyle Hunt, 2006 16. Albert Bateman, 1995 Doug Berg, 1993 18. Five Tied With

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 10.0

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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

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL 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. Eddie Calvin, 2006-09 Fred Hambrick, 1995-98 Asia Thorn, 1987-88 Brian Hinton, 1997-99 Isaac Powell, 1997-00 16. Jim Powell, 1970-72 Steve Bryant, 1989-92 18. 10 Tied With

18 14 13 12 10 10 10 10 10 9 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 6

Interceptions (Season) 1. Tylor Brock, 2010 Dennis Meyr, 1967 James Chinn, 1991 Jim Bland, 1967 Dimitri Patterson, 2003 John Bean, 1969 Nate Beasley, 1980 8. James Chinn, 1989 Marquis Walker, 1995 Brian Hinton, 1999 Fred Hambrick, 1997 Asia Thorn, 1988 Greg Schroeder, 1966 Mike Hargens, 1982 Curtis Hammond, 1986 Greg Klund, 1994 Frank Russell, 1995 Leslie Young, 1969 Greg Klund, 1996

6 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Interception Return Yards (Career) 1. Kellin White, 2002-05 2. James Chinn, 1989-92 3. Eddie Calvin, 2006-09 4. Mike Hargens, 1980-82 5. Tylor Brock, 2009-present 6. Steven Meier, 1970-72 7. Curtis Hammond, 1984-87 8. Marquis Walker, 1994-95

336 315 206 203 174 173 166 150

9. Fred Hambrick, 1995-98 10. Asia Thorn, 1987-88

146 139

Interception Return Yards (Season) 1. Kellin White, 2004 2. Tylor Brock, 2010 James Chinn, 1989 4. Dennis Meyr, 1967 5. Marquis Walker, 1995 6. Brian Hinton, 1999 7. Eddie Calvin, 2007 8. Gene Figge, 1969 9. Steven Meier, 1971 Fred Hambrick, 1997

191 174 174 125 120 118 115 99 98 98

Fumble Recoveries (Career) 1. Jeremy Atwell, 1998-99 2. Ronald Smith, 1993-97 Brian Burton, 1992-96 Cordez Vaughn, 1993-94 5. Darrick Borum, 2008-present Mike Miller, 2001-05 Vincent Anderson, 2007-08 Ricky Farmer, 2000-03 Robert Haggerty, 1993-96

7 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4

Fumble Recoveries (Season) 1. Jeremy Atwell, 1998 2. Darrick Borum, 2010 Maurice Lyles, 2009 Damon Hendrick, 1997 Cordez Vaughn, 1993 Vincent Anderson, 2008 Ricky Farmer, 2003 Jeremy Atwell, 1999 D’Eldri Taylor, 2005

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Top Scoring Teams 2002......................................................................................... 416 points 2010......................................................................................... 323 points 2001......................................................................................... 279 points 1989......................................................................................... 274 points 1974......................................................................................... 272 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............................ 22-35

Largest Crowds at Houck Stadium vs. UT Martin (Oct. 30, 2010)......... 11,126 vs. Southern Illinois (Sept. 6, 2003).......... 11,100 vs. Eastern Kentucky (Oct. 2, 1999)........... 11,015 vs. Tennessee State (Oct. 9, 2010)........... 10,316 vs. Western Kentucky (Sept. 23, 2000)........ 10,222 vs. Southern Illinois (Sept. 1, 2005).......... 10,100 vs. Murray State (Oct. 20, 2001)......... 10,100 vs. Murray State (Oct. 21, 2000)......... 10,028 vs. Murray State (Sept. 1, 1979).......... 10,000 vs. Southern Illinois (Aug. 31, 1995)........... 9,827 vs. Southern Illinois (Sept. 8, 2001)............ 9,822

Southeast Missouri vs. FBS Opponents (1-15) 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 Sept. 12, 2009 Sept. 2, 2010

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 at #23 Cincinnati at Ball State

Result L L L L L W L L L L L L L L L L

0 9 7 12 32 24 3 3 10 27 12 7 3 3 3 10

34 38 63 16 35 14 17 21 49 44 33 63 59 52 70 27

Redhawks in the National Rankings

Nov. 22, 2010........................... #8 Final, 2010.............................. #13

USA Today/ESPN Poll Aug. 25, 2003......................... #21 Sept. 1, 2003.......................... #22

Southeast vs. No. 1 Ranked Opponents #1 Tennessee State*...... L, 28-35 (Nov. 20, 1999) #1 Southern Illinois*........ L, 24-42 (Nov. 21, 2009) #1 Eastern Washington.. L, 17-37 Second Round of FCS Playoffs (Dec. 4, 2010)

FCS Media Poll (Sports Network) Final, 2002.............................. #24 Aug. 25, 2003......................... #20 Sept. 1, 2003.......................... #21 Oct. 4, 2010............................ #25 Oct. 11, 2010.......................... #18 Oct. 18, 2010.......................... #13 Oct. 25, 2010...........................#11 Nov. 1, 2010............................. #9 Nov. 8, 2010............................. #7 Nov. 15, 2010......................... #10 Nov. 22, 2010........................... #9 Final, 2010.............................. #13 FCS Coaches Poll Final, 2002.............................. #23 Oct. 11, 2010.......................... #20 Oct. 18, 2010.......................... #13 Oct. 25, 2010...........................#11 Nov. 1, 2010........................... #10 Nov. 8, 2010............................. #8 Nov. 15, 2010......................... #10

Miscellaneous Records

Wins, Losses and Streaks All-Time Games Played.................................................. 938 in 105 years Overall Record.........................................................................427-475-36 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, 2010) Most Losses in a Season...........................................................10 (1984)

* Game played at Houck Stadium Southeast vs. Ranked FCS Opponents (Since 2004) #2 Southern Illinois........... L, 3-42 (Sept. 2, 2004) #14 Jacksonville State...... L, 9-47 (Nov. 20, 2004) #5 Southern Illinois*........ L, 23-58 (Sept. 1, 2005) #20 Eastern Illinois........... L, 0-21 (Oct. 7, 2006) #21 Eastern Illinois*........ L, 16-31 (Sept. 29, 2007) #22 Jacksonville State.... L, 17-38 (Oct. 4, 2008)

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL #19 Tennessee State*... W, 27-20 (Oct. 25, 2008) #18 UT Martin*............... L, 21-31 (Nov. 15, 2008) #15 Jacksonville State*.... L, 3-24 (Nov. 7, 2009) #1 Southern Illinois*........ L, 24-42 (Nov. 21, 2009) #5 Southern Illinois........ W, 24-21 (Sept. 18, 2010) #6 Jacksonville State...... L, 27-29 (Nov. 13, 2010) #1 Eastern Washington.. L, 17-37 (Dec. 4, 2010)

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Total

1-6 2-5 2-5 1-6 1-5 4-2 5-3 3-5 2-6 2-6 1-6 2-6 1-7 7-1 54-96

7th 7th 6th 7th 6th 4th 5th 7th 7th 7th 9th 7th 8th 1st (.360)

History of Overtime Games (3-1) Since becoming FCS in 1991 Date Aug. 29, 2002 Nov. 3, 2007 Aug. 28, 2008 Oct. 25, 2008

Miscellaneous Records

Year-by-Year Ohio Valley Conference Records Year Record Finish 1991 3-4 5th 1992 2-6 8th 1993 2-6 8th 1994 5-3 3rd 1995 5-3 4th 1996 3-5 7th

Average Home Attendance Since becoming FCS in 1991 Year Average Dates 1991 6,028 6 1992 6,640 5 1993 4,822 6 1994 7,676 5 1995 5,893 6 1996 4,489 5 1997 4,428 7 1998 6,794 6 1999 6,605 6 2000 8,056 4 2001 7,434 6 2002 6,019 5 2003 7,646 6 2004 5,350 4 2005 6,577 5 2006 8,018 6 2007 6,215 6 2008 5,794 6 2009 5,835 6 2010 8,342 5

Date Oct. 12, 1991 Oct. 31, 1992 Nov. 6, 1993 Oct. 29, 1994 Oct. 7, 1995 Oct. 26, 1996 Oct. 11, 1997 Oct. 31, 1998 Oct. 9, 1999 Oct. 21, 2000 Oct. 20, 2001 Oct. 19, 2002 Oct. 4, 2003 Oct. 30, 2004 Oct. 29, 2005 Oct. 21, 2006 Oct. 20, 2007 Oct. 25, 2008 Oct. 10, 2009 Oct. 30, 2010

Opponent vs. Tennessee Tech W vs. UT Martin W vs. Eastern Kentucky L vs. Austin Peay W vs. Tennessee Tech W vs. Middle Tennessee W vs. Tennessee Tech L vs. Middle Tennessee L vs. Tennessee Tech L vs. Murray State L vs. Murray State L vs. Eastern Illinois L vs. Eastern Illinois W vs. UT Martin W vs. Murray State W vs. Eastern Kentucky L vs. Murray State L vs. Tennessee State W vs. Austin Peay L vs. UT Martin W

Postseason History NCAA Division I Championship Results Dec. 4, 2010 at #1 Eastern Washington (Second Round) First-Ever Postseason Appearance.... 2010 Years in the Postseason..................... 1 (2010) Overall Playoff Record........................ 0-1 Postseason Record on the Road........ 0-1 Playoff Record By Round Second Round (Last: 2010)................ 0-1 Postseason Coaching Records Tony Samuel....................................... 0-1

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Result W, 52-41 L, 31-34 W, 35-28 W, 27-20

Homecoming Games (10-10) Since becoming FCS in 1991

* Game played at Houck Stadium Year-by-Year NCAA Division I Records Year Record Head Coach 1991 3-8 Mumford 1992 2-9 Mumford 1993 3-8 Mumford 1994 7-5 Mumford 1995 5-6 Mumford 1996 3-8 Mumford 1997 4-7 Mumford 1998 3-8 Mumford 1999 3-8 Mumford 2000 3-8 Billings 2001 4-7 Billings 2002 8-4 Billings 2003 5-7 Billings 2004 3-8 Billings 2005 2-9 Billings 2006 4-7 Samuel 2007 3-8 Samuel 2008 4-8 Samuel 2009 2-9 Samuel 2010 9-3 Samuel Total 80-145 (.356)

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Touchdowns 1. 2002 2. 2010 3. 2001 4. 1989 1985 Rushing Yards 1. 2010 2. 1977 3. 1986 4. 1987 5. 1982 Rushing Attempts 1. 2010 2. 1986 3. 1994 4. 1971 5. 1977 Rushing Touchdowns 1. 2010 2. 1968 3. 1974 4. 1975 1982 1988

9-0 9-0 9-3 8-0-1 8-2 8-2 8-4 56 42 37 36 36 3,181 2,490 2,177 2,172 2,052 632 539 538 537 525 31 24 23 22 22 22

Rushing Yards Per Game 1. 2010 265.1 2. 1986 197.9 3. 1987 197.5 4. 1962 193.8 5. 1982 186.5 Pass Attempts 1. 2004 2. 2003 2005 4. 1991 5. 2002 2001

482 449 449 423 413 413

Pass Completions 1. 2004 2. 2003 3. 2002 4. 2005 5. 1991

Pass Completion Percentage 1. 2002 63.9 2. 1990 61.1 3. 2010 59.9 4. 2003 59.7 5. 2004 58.7

Points Per Game 1. 2002 2. 2010 3. 2001 4. 1988 5. 1989 Points Scored 1. 2002 2. 2010 3. 2001 4. 1989 5. 1974

Pass Efficiency 1. 2002 2. 1979 3. 2010 4. 1966 5. 1985

152.4 130.6 128.6 127.2 126.6

T otal Plays 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3,442 3,188 2,895 2,877 2,795

Total Yards 1. 2002 2. 2003 3. 2001 4. 2010 5. 1992

5,368 4,538 4,453 4,427 4,242

Yards Per Game 1. 2002 2. 2001 3. 1992 4. 1989 5. 2003

447.3 404.8 385.6 384.2 381.9

283 268 264 250 244

Passing Yards 1. 2002 2. 2003 3. 2001 4. 2004 5. 2005 Passing Touchdowns 1. 2002 2. 1964 2001 4. 1991 1966 2005 2008

34 20 20 17 17 17 17

Passing Yards Per Game 1. 2002 286.8 2. 2003 265.7 3. 1990 264.0 4. 2001 263.2 5. 2004 261.5 Interceptions Thrown 1. 1992 2. 1983 1967 4. 1981 1970 1991

26 24 24 21 21 21

2002 2003 1994 2010 2008

All-Purpose Yards 1. 2002 2. 2003 3. 2010 4. 2001 5. 1989 Field Goals 1. 1976 2. 1974 1977 4. 1975 2003 2008

34.7 26.9 25.4 25.1 24.9 416 323 279 274 272 886 860 826 814 806

6,824 5,909 5,791 5,682 5,632 17 16 16 15 15 15

First Downs 1. 1987 2. 2002 3. 2010 4. 2003 5. 2008

291 286 240 232 226

First Downs Rushing 1. 2010 2. 2009

172 116

First Downs Passing 1. 2002

159

Penalties 1. 3. 4. 5.

115 115 114 109 100

1977 1978 1980 2005 1986

Penalty Yards 1. 1980 2. 1978 1977 4. 1974 5. 1979 PATs 1. 2002 2. 2010 3. 2001 4. 2003 1989 Interceptions 1. 1971 1967 3. 2010 4. 1966 5. 1976 1968

Team Single-Season Highs

Wins 1. 4.

1,084 1,058 1,056 974 925 50 33 32 31 31 24 24 20 19 18 18

Punt Return Yards 1. 1965 2. 1986 3. 1994

1,965 365 353

Kick ReturnYards 1. 2008 2. 2007 3. 2000

1,369 1,279 1,211

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Year W-L-T 1962 7-3 1963 4-6 1964 5-5 1965 2-8 1966 5-5 1967 8-2 1968 6-4 1969 8-2 1970 5-5 1971 7-3-1 1972 5-4-1 1973 6-4 1974 7-4 1975 7-4 1976 7-3-1 1977 7-3-1 1978 6-5 1979 6-4-1 1980 4-7 1981 2-9 1982 5-5-1 1983 1-9 1984 1-10 1985 4-7 1986 6-5 1987 6-4-1 1988 6-4 1989 7-4 1990 7-3 1991 3-8 1992 2-9 1993 3-8 1994 7-5 1995 5-6 1996 3-8 1997 4-7 1998 3-8 1999 3-8 2000 3-8 2001 4-7 2002 8-4 2003 5-7 2004 3-8 2005 2-9 2006 4-7 2007 3-8 2008 4-8 2009 2-9 2010 9-3

TDs 27 19 20 16 35 19 8 31 27 25 22 27 33 28 19 23 27 33 29 23 31 18 17 36 33 34 32 36 29 28 34 22 27 32 15 25 25 33 30 37 56 31 32 33 28 26 31 31 42

FGs 3 1 5 2 1 5 0 6 1 3 5 1 16 15 17 16 14 8 9 11 5 2 6 8 11 10 10 9 2 7 4 8 10 5 7 4 8 3 5 7 8 15 26 28 24 21 15 9 12

Points 195 133 154 114 245 134 48 231 189 189 154 185 272 238 179 206 228 257 210 194 206 124 130 264 242 244 251 274 208 211 244 176 218 231 124 186 196 210 224 279 410 262 256 268 203 225 262 240 323

Avg. 1st Downs 19.5 - 13.3 - 15.4 - 11.4 - 24.5 148 13.4 148 4.8 141 23.1 173 18.9 171 17.2 128 15.4 132 18.5 172 24.7 161 21.6 159 16.3 152 18.7 - 20.7 161 23.4 164 19.1 148 17.6 184 18.7 195 12.4 132 11.8 164 24.0 225 22.0 201 22.2 291 25.1 178 24.9 206 20.8 181 19.2 214 22.2 220 16.0 165 18.2 197 21.0 184 11.3 148 16.9 178 17.8 198 19.1 204 20.4 186 25.4 224 34.2 286 21.8 232 23.3 202 24.4 205 18.5 145 20.5 188 21.8 226 21.8 200 26.9 240

Rush 486 387 438 436 394 441 430 490 454 537 435 422 484 455 432 525 565 475 479 432 524 330 408 518 539 511 380 410 330 370 400 503 538 419 423 478 486 472 358 372 473 411 296 342 389 470 408 446 632

Yds. TDs Avg. Pass Att. 1938 19 193.8 132 1465 8 146.5 176 1669 12 166.9 140 1256 13 125.6 175 1621 18 162.1 230 1486 19 148.6 194 1619 0 161.9 262 2014 19 201.4 219 1935 14 193.5 227 1841 20 167.4 154 1499 13 149.9 212 1558 16 155.8 256 2019 23 183.6 214 1820 22 165.5 207 1314 9 119.5 251 2490 17 226.4 206 2359 19 214.5 140 1703 14 154.8 231 1602 13 145.6 288 1194 11 108.5 344 2052 22 186.5 262 793 7 79.3 273 1099 6 99.9 312 1950 20 177.3 265 2177 17 197.9 254 2172 20 197.5 240 1513 22 151.3 298 1653 18 150.3 353 1001 15 100.1 368 1120 10 101.8 423 1788 19 162.5 360 1710 13 155.5 209 2045 15 170.4 288 1894 18 172.2 312 914 8 83.1 311 1813 15 164.8 283 1774 17 161.3 293 1854 19 168.5 302 985 16 89.5 363 1558 15 141.6 413 1926 19 160.5 413 1395 17 116.2 449 927 11 84.3 482 1091 14 99.2 449 1517 19 137.9 341 1883 12 171.2 173 1170 14 97.5 398 2232 16 183.6 287 3181 31 265.1 182

Comp. 58 73 49 60 110 79 120 115 97 59 94 130 95 106 109 81 57 120 143 162 130 110 135 151 119 138 170 193 225 244 204 93 130 153 140 125 160 165 202 225 264 268 283 250 192 100 211 144 109

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INT 15 13 9 16 19 24 18 17 21 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 13 3

TD 8 11 7 3 17 9 9 12 13 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 11 8

Yds. 922 912 781 842 1959 1600 1445 1664 1549 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 1606 1246

Avg. 92.2 91.2 78.1 84.2 195.9 160.0 144.5 166.4 154.9 63.5 123.2 180.9 128.2 134.0 127.1 113.0 73.3 172.0 169.2 181.7 136.4 148.9 155.8 180.6 147.5 157.2 200.8 233.9 264.0 241.2 223.1 114.7 132.7 157.5 141.5 140.8 168.8 188.4 206.7 263.2 286.8 265.7 261.5 254.1 116.0 160.6 217.8 146.0 103.8

Plays 618 563 578 611 624 635 692 709 681 691 647 678 698 662 683 731 705 706 767 776 786 603 720 783 793 751 678 763 698 793 760 712 826 731 734 761 779 774 721 785 886 860 778 791 641 763 806 733 814

Yards 2860 1465 2450 2098 3580 3086 3064 3678 3484 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 3626 4427

Avg. 286.0 146.5 245.0 209.8 358.0 308.6 306.4 367.8 348.4 230.8 273.1 336.7 311.7 299.5 246.5 339.4 287.7 326.8 314.8 290.3 322.9 228.2 255.7 357.9 345.4 354.6 352.1 384.2 364.1 343.0 385.6 270.2 303.1 329.6 224.6 305.6 330.1 356.9 296.3 404.8 447.3 381.9 345.8 353.3 253.9 331.8 315.3 329.6 368.9

Pen. - - - - 48 57 40 54 78 82 72 82 86 97 84 115 115 92 114 74 76 49 66 74 100 95 63 77 67 68 71 77 68 84 79 81 88 87 77 97 87 83 87 109 72 95 80 75 54

Yds. 478 520 540 567 692 895 722 748 974 914 747 1056 1058 925 1084 672 722 438 606 653 907 804 572 708 624 622 593 629 535 773 593 690 852 833 673 826 643 711 822 900 618 850 597 699 455


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Year Games 1962 10 1963 10 1964 10 1965 10 1966 10 1967 10 1968 10 1969 10 1970 10 1971 11 1972 10 1973 10 1974 11 1975 11 1976 11 1977 11 1978 11 1979 11 1980 11 1981 11 1982 11 1983 10 1984 11 1985 11 1986 11 1987 11 1988 10 1989 11 1990 10 1991 11 1992 11 1993 11 1994 12 1995 11 1996 11 1997 11 1998 11 1999 11 2000 11 2001 11 2002 12 2003 12 2004 11 2005 11 2006 11 2007 11 2008 12 2009 11 2010 12

TDs - 30 17 30 26 13 20 31 19 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 40 32

FGs Points Avg. 1st Downs - 109 10.9 - 0 199 19.9 - 1 117 11.7 - 6 223 22.3 - 3 185 18.5 153 5 105 10.5 131 5 154 15.4 141 6 229 22.9 152 2 137 13.7 158 5 145 13.0 155 1 143 14.3 136 7 133 13.3 154 6 178 16.2 155 2 141 12.8 135 7 162 14.7 175 2 146 13.3 155 5 189 17.2 153 7 194 17.6 169 9 210 19.1 159 8 260 23.6 198 3 186 16.9 198 11 310 31.0 206 13 329 29.9 228 13 273 24.8 185 8 218 19.8 179 7 184 16.7 266 6 176 16.0 172 3 186 16.9 176 3 176 17.6 172 7 378 34.4 244 10 349 31.7 247 9 245 22.3 199 9 205 17.1 214 9 303 27.5 237 13 287 26.1 206 8 244 22.2 173 8 295 26.8 200 8 359 32.6 215 9 397 36.1 259 11 245 22.3 210 9 349 29.1 238 9 290 24.2 227 9 404 36.7 256 7 374 34.0 225 10 307 27.9 216 14 387 35.2 244 14 364 30.3 254 6 299 27.2 216 12 258 21.5 228

Rush 497 528 396 485 474 424 426 389 472 447 409 437 499 446 559 521 531 501 470 550 268 558 564 464 422 470 474 526 475 501 546 489 486 501 489 419 430 442 590 502 451 514 535 490 399 477 459 492 438

Yards 1453 2310 1482 1849 2136 1326 1152 1371 1334 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 2500 2066

TDs - - - - 21 7 12 16 13 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 24 17

Avg. Pass Att. Comp. Int. 145.3 163 70 6 231.0 138 71 11 148.2 146 60 16 184.9 166 68 - 213.6 190 89 19 132.6 244 103 24 115.2 268 133 18 137.1 262 129 18 133.4 227 106 14 120.6 285 116 24 135.0 208 86 10 186.0 204 74 11 132.6 251 86 16 122.7 248 99 11 166.3 175 79 15 162.1 214 70 15 163.8 193 68 10 145.2 268 114 9 120.0 266 106 16 171.7 244 113 13 172.6 301 146 15 248.8 193 111 9 206.0 251 130 13 172.9 268 128 16 128.8 284 144 10 138.8 266 115 12 181.3 218 97 15 170.0 235 107 16 207.8 216 104 9 250.9 290 157 17 229.3 269 141 11 170.1 264 155 11 152.2 337 186 14 225.0 332 174 15 193.0 280 152 14 107.8 351 187 10 152.4 294 154 7 155.7 316 183 11 268.2 266 139 7 204.0 274 145 8 153.7 370 220 13 171.9 317 170 17 244.4 319 175 11 160.8 320 180 8 208.0 341 192 12 197.5 347 182 7 210.1 355 236 13 204.8 276 168 11 152.3 348 203 20

TD - - - - 5 6 8 14 6 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 13 11

Yds. 796 900 777 - 1098 1170 1590 1962 1282 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 2011 1977

Avg. 79.6 90.0 77.7 - 109.8 117.0 159.0 196.2 128.2 118.6 103.5 92.9 121.6 116.2 116.1 96.3 86.5 132.6 132.8 162.7 184.3 180.4 177.2 165.0 181.1 140.4 118.0 125.9 118.7 198.4 174.2 183.8 187.0 173.4 177.1 206.0 215.4 220.4 175.7 188.9 233.6 164.2 248.5 207.8 208.0 226.9 210.1 182.8 164.8

Plays 660 681 540 651 664 668 694 651 699 732 617 641 750 694 734 735 724 750 736 794 569 751 815 732 706 736 692 761 691 791 815 753 823 833 769 770 724 774 856 776 821 831 854 810 740 824 814 768 786

Yds 2249 3210 2259 2979 3234 2496 2742 3333 2616 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 4264 3805

Avg. 224.9 321.0 225.9 297.9 323.4 249.6 274.2 333.3 261.6 239.3 238.5 278.9 254.3 238.9 282.4 258.4 250.4 276.2 252.8 334.5 356.9 429.2 383.2 337.9 309.9 279.2 299.3 295.9 326.5 449.3 403.5 353.9 339.2 398.4 370.1 313.8 367.7 356.9 443.9 392.9 387.2 336.1 492.8 368.6 376.2 424.4 391.9 387.6 317.1

Pen. Yds. - - - - 57 558 62 679 40 515 53 526 69 661 68 734 72 620 57 667 81 760 70 645 94 863 68 722 75 717 69 757 57 521 77 762 70 617 96 814 89 677 90 729 72 593 69 597 58 481 64 582 72 672 106 1010 89 718 76 614 83 656 94 741 95 822 83 701 87 763 94 836 107 882 113 1019 83 795 105 824 104 961 84 732 66 544 61 523 98 901 67 583 54 435

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100-Yard Rushing Games (Since 1969) Date Nov. 8, 1969 Oct. 3, 1970 Oct. 10, 1970 Oct. 24, 1970 Oct. 31, 1970 Nov. 7, 1970 Nov. 14, 1970 Oct. 9, 1971 Nov. 13, 1971 Sept. 16, 1972 Oct. 7, 1972 Oct. 28, 1972 Oct. 28, 1972 Sept. 29, 1973 Oct. 6, 1973 Nov. 10, 1973 Oct. 19, 1974 Oct. 26, 1974 Nov. 2, 1974 Oct. 25, 1975 Oct. 2, 1976 Oct. 9, 1976 Sept. 24, 1977 Oct. 8, 1977 Oct. 15, 1977 Oct. 15, 1977 Sept. 30, 1978 Nov. 11, 1978 Nov. 11, 1978 Oct. 27, 1979 Nov. 10, 1979 Sept. 20, 1980 Sept. 20, 1980 Oct. 4, 1980 Oct. 25, 1980 Oct. 9, 1982 Oct. 23, 1982 Oct. 30, 1982 Oct. 8, 1983 Oct. 22, 1983 Sept. 8, 1984 Sept. 14, 1985 Oct. 12, 1985 Nov. 9, 1985 Nov. 9, 1985 Sept. 20, 1986 Oct. 18, 1986 Nov. 15, 1986 Sept. 5, 1987 Sept. 26, 1987 Oct. 3, 1987 Nov. 7, 1987 Sept. 3, 1988

Player Al Holmes Richard Attig Eddie Moss Richard Attig Al Holmes Richard Attig Richard Attig Art Miller Eddie Moss Richard Attig Richard Attig John Gabrisch Richard Attig John Gabrisch Richard Attig Richard Attig Anthony Wallace Bobby Everage Anthony Wallace Jack Gokin Jack Gokin Jack Gokin Jack Gokin Jack Gokin Jack Gokin Bill White Doug Beard Bill White Mike Wieser Ernest Edwards Ernest Edwards Keith Hubbard Marlon Lee Ernest Edwards Ernest Edwards Jim Prestwood Ed Wachter Jim Prestwood Audwin Hudson Marvin Johnson Brian Brumley Anthony Jackson Anthony Jackson Anthony Jackson Brian Lattimore Anthony Jackson Anthony Jackson Anthony Jackson Trent Lane Brian Lattimore Percy Johnson Trent Lane Trent Lane

Yards 254 111 144 145 101 109 143 157 157 175 157 124 137 102 100 120 127 177 128 188 107 119 130 145 117 144 125 106 186 190 142 112 116 138 146 100 126 105 108 131 111 104 135 117 163 191 147 182 155 132 101 110 131

Opponent vs. Truman State vs. Evansville vs. Missouri State at Bradley vs. Lincoln at Northwest Missouri State at Missouri S&T at Missouri State vs. Missouri S&T at Missouri Southern vs. Missouri State vs. Lincoln vs. Lincoln at Evansville at Missouri State vs. Missouri S&T vs. Missouri State at Missouri Western at Northwest Missouri State vs. Missouri Western vs. Arkansas Tech vs. Central Missouri at Evansville at Central Missouri vs. Northwest Missouri State vs. Northwest Missouri State vs. Arkansas Tech at Northwest Missouri State at Northwest Missouri State at Lincoln vs. Northwest Missouri State vs. Evansville vs. Evansville vs. Missouri State vs. Lincoln at Truman State vs. Lincoln at Northwest Missouri State vs. Truman State at Lincoln vs. Central Arkansas at Central Arkansas vs. Abilene Christian at Lincoln at Lincoln at UT Martin at Missouri S&T vs. Lincoln vs. Troy at Delta State vs. Northwest Missouri State vs. Missouri S&T at Troy

Oct. 22, 1988 Oct. 29, 1988 Nov. 5, 1988 Sept. 9, 1989 Sept. 23, 1989 Oct. 28, 1989 Nov. 4, 1989 Sept. 1, 1990 Sept. 8, 1990 Oct. 6, 1990 Sept. 3, 1992 Sept. 12, 1992 Sept. 26, 1992 Oct. 3, 1992 Oct. 10, 1992 Oct. 31, 1992 Nov. 14, 1992 Oct. 2, 1993 Oct. 30, 1993 Nov. 6, 1993 Nov. 13, 1993 Nov. 20, 1993 Sept. 24, 1994 Oct. 1, 1994 Oct. 15, 1994 Sept. 23, 1995 Oct. 7, 1995 Oct. 28, 1995 Nov. 4, 1995 Nov. 18, 1995 Oct. 12, 1996 Nov. 2, 1996 Aug. 30, 1997 Nov. 1, 1997 Nov. 22, 1997 Oct. 31, 1998 Sept. 18, 1999 Nov. 6, 1999 Nov. 13, 1999 Sept. 1, 2001 Sept. 15, 2001 Sept. 29, 2001 Oct. 6, 2001 Nov. 11, 2001 Aug. 29, 2002 Sept. 7, 2002 Sept. 14, 2002 Sept. 21, 2002 Sept. 28, 2002 Oct. 26, 2002 Oct. 26, 2002 Nov. 9, 2002 Nov. 16, 2002 Sept. 20, 2003 Nov. 8, 2003 Oct. 30, 2004

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Brian Lattimore Brian Lattimore Brian Lattimore Brian Lattimore Brian Lattimore Brian Lattimore Brian Lattimore Steve Jones Steve Jones Percy Johnson Kelvin Anderson Kelvin Anderson Kelvin Anderson Kelvin Anderson Kelvin Anderson Kelvin Anderson Kelvin Anderson Kelvin Anderson Kelvin Anderson Shane Kennedy Kelvin Anderson Kelvin Anderson Kelvin Anderson Kelvin Anderson Kelvin Anderson Dione Tyler Dione Tyler Dione Tyler Stanley Parker Dione Tyler Britt Mirgaux Britt Mirgaux Riki Smith Aaron Layne Corey Williams Corey Williams Mike Gross Broderick Benson Rashad West Curtis Cooper Curtis Cooper Curtis Cooper Curtis Cooper Curtis Cooper Corey Kinsey Corey Kinsey Keiki Misipeka Corey Kinsey Keiki Misipeka Keiki Misipeka Corey Kinsey Corey Kinsey Corey Kinsey David Taufoou Jamel Oliver David Taufoou

101 104 151 115 241 110 133 101 103 131 222 127 161 124 125 207 180 101 196 109 187 126 112 131 132 149 100 144 130 169 102 103 112 127 136 185 104 125 135 129 194 146 216 129 180 132 126 108 144 100 103 102 101 107 186 127

vs. Missouri S&T at Grand Valley State at Northwest Missouri State vs. Missouri Southern at Northwest Missouri State vs. Missouri Western at Central Missouri vs. Southwest Baptist at Missouri Southern vs. Missouri S&T vs. Murray State at Southern Illinois vs. Austin Peay at Eastern Kentucky at Tennessee Tech vs. UT Martin vs. Illinois State vs. Morehead State at Austin Peay vs. Eastern Kentucky vs. Kentucky State vs. Tennessee State vs. UT Martin at Morehead State at Southern Illinois at Austin Peay vs. Tennessee Tech at UT Martin vs. Morehead State vs. Tennessee State at Tennessee Tech vs. UT Martin vs. Lambuth at Austin Peay vs. Tennessee State vs. Middle Tennessee at Murray State vs. Eastern Illinois vs. Tennessee State at Eastern Michigan vs. Missouri State at Tennessee State vs. UT Martin vs. Quincy vs. Arkansas-Monticello at Southern Illinois at Eastern Michigan at Missouri State at Middle Tennessee at Murray State at Murray State at Eastern Kentucky vs. Samford vs. UT Martin vs. Tennessee State vs. UT Martin


2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL Timmy Holloman Timmy Holloman John Radney Timmy Holloman Timmy Holloman Victor Anderson Timmy Holloman Timmy Holloman Timmy Holloman Timmy Holloman Mike Jones Elton Peterson Henry Harris Timmy Holloman Mike Jones Mike Jones Henry Harris Matt Scheible Henry Harris Henry Harris Henry Harris Matt Scheible Henry Harris Matt Scheible Henry Harris Henry Harris Henry Harris Henry Harris Henry Harris

155 181 116 149 212 118 203 141 170 133 131 120 110 107 101 113 113 134 142 196 179 128 188 116 152 109 293 134 108

at Eastern Kentucky vs. Murray State vs. Missouri S&T vs. Missouri S&T at Murray State at Cincinnati vs. Southwest Baptist vs. Indiana State at Samford vs. Eastern Illinois vs. Murray State vs. Jacksonville State at Indiana State vs. Eastern Kentucky at UT Martin vs. Murray State at Murray State at Murray State at Southern Illinois vs. Tennessee Tech at Eastern Illinois vs. Tennessee State vs. Tennessee State at Austin Peay at Austin Peay vs. Eastern Kentucky vs. Southwest Baptist at Jacksonville State at Eastern Washington

100-Yard Receiving Games (Since 1969) Date Oct. 4, 1969 Oct. 24, 1970 Nov. 11, 1972 Nov. 18, 1972 Sept. 15, 1973 Sept. 29, 1973 Oct. 13, 1973 Nov. 9, 1974 Oct. 25, 1975 Nov. 19, 1977 Oct. 4, 1980 Nov. 8, 1980 Sept. 24, 1983 Oct. 8, 1983 Sept. 8, 1984 Sept. 15, 1984 Oct. 27, 1984 Nov. 10, 1984 Oct. 26, 1985 Nov. 16, 1985 Nov. 16, 1985 Sept. 19, 1987 Oct. 24, 1987

Player Art Miller Art Miller David Newberry David Newberry Ed Slaughter Ed Slaughter Ed Slaughter Carl Gross Terry Slattery Michael Tindall Doug Beard Doug Beard Marvin Johnson David Stewart David Jackson Gregg Parker David Jackson David Jackson David Jackson Ralph Jefferson Rick Aeilts Lorenzo Gathers Lorenzo Gathers

Yards 211 134 106 116 125 173 138 144 104 118 152 136 111 109 112 105 117 165 181 103 107 112 131

Opponent at Evansville at Bradley at Missouri S&T vs. Central Missouri vs. Missouri Southern at Evansville vs. Truman State vs. Central Missouri vs. Missouri Western at Lincoln vs. Missouri State at Missouri S&T at Delta State vs. Truman State vs. Central Arkansas at Murray State at Northwest Missouri State vs. Lincoln vs. Northwest Missouri State vs. Truman State vs. Truman State vs. UT Martin at Southwest Baptist

Sept. 10, 1988 Oct. 8, 1988 Oct. 22, 1988 Nov. 12, 1988 Sept. 16, 1989 Sept. 30, 1989 Oct. 21, 1989 Nov. 4, 1989 Nov. 11, 1989 Sept. 29, 1990 Oct. 13, 1990 Oct. 27, 1990 Nov. 3, 1990 Aug. 31, 1991 Sept. 28, 1991 Oct. 12, 1991 Oct. 19, 1991 Oct. 24, 1992 Nov. 7, 1992 Nov. 14, 1992 Nov. 21, 1992 Oct. 7, 1995 Nov. 15, 1997 Oct. 30, 1999 Nov. 13, 1999 Sept. 9, 2000 Nov. 18, 2000 Sept. 1, 2001 Sept. 8, 2001 Sept. 8, 2001 Sept. 15, 2001 Sept. 22, 2001 Sept. 29, 2001 Oct. 20, 2001 Nov. 10, 2001 Nov. 10, 2001 Aug. 29, 2002 Sept. 7, 2002 Sept. 14, 2002 Sept. 14, 2002 Sept. 21, 2002 Oct. 5, 2002 Oct. 5, 2002 Oct. 12, 2002 Oct. 12, 2002 Oct. 19, 2002 Nov. 9, 2002 Nov. 16, 2002 Nov. 16, 2002 Sept. 20, 2003 Sept. 27, 2003 Oct. 4, 2003 Oct. 18, 2003 Nov. 22, 2003 Sept. 11, 2004 Sept. 18, 2004

Lorenzo Gathers Rick Aeilts Lorenzo Gathers Rick Aeilts Farron Harley Farron Harley Darrell Philon Darrell Philon Farron Harley Ches Salyer Darrell Philon Ches Salyer Ches Salyer Darrell Philon Darrell Philon Aaron Layton Darrell Philon Aaron Layton Aaron Layton Aaron Layton Glenn Krupa Renaldo Lampkins Mitch Fryer John Borne John Borne Leslie Weaver Leslie Weaver Willie Ponder Willie Ponder Adrian Sanders Willie Ponder Willie Ponder Willie Ponder Willie Ponder Adrian Sanders Willie Ponder Willie Ponder Willie Ponder Chris NesSmith Willie Ponder Willie Ponder Tarik Simpson Willie Ponder Willie Ponder Tarik Simpson Willie Ponder Willie Ponder Tarik Simpson Willie Ponder Jamel Oliver Anthony Gilliam Ray Goodson Brandon Amick Brandon Amick Brian Matthews Ray Goodson

130 102 162 119 103 139 157 108 178 119 142 116 139 160 109 101 119 158 144 153 117 116 125 118 106 153 126 120 121 190 170 175 108 110 103 106 103 101 114 121 137 103 121 104 118 153 185 115 195 110 104 108 111 156 115 104

vs. Murray State at Truman State vs. Missouri S&T vs. Southwest Baptist vs. Mississippi College vs. Pittsburg State at Truman State at Central Missouri vs. Lincoln at Pittsburg State at Washburn at Missouri Western vs. Central Missouri vs. Southern Illinois at Austin Peay vs. Tennessee Tech vs. Tennessee State vs. Middle Tennessee at Morehead State vs. Illinois State at Tennessee State vs. Tennessee Tech vs. Southern Illinois at UT Martin vs. Tennessee State at Southern Illinois at Tennessee State at Eastern Michigan at Southern Illinois at Southern Illinois vs. Missouri State at Illinois State at Tennessee State vs. Murray State vs. Quincy vs. Quincy vs. Arkansas-Monticello at Southern Illinois at Eastern Michigan at Eastern Michigan at Missouri State vs. Tennessee State vs. Tennessee State at UT Martin at UT Martin vs. Eastern Illinois at Eastern Kentucky vs. Samford vs. Samford vs. Missouri State at Samford vs. Eastern Illinois at Eastern Kentucky vs. Jacksonville State at Bowling Green at Central Michigan

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Oct. 22, 2005 Nov. 21, 2005 Sept. 9, 2006 Sept. 9, 2006 Oct. 28, 2006 Aug. 30, 2007 Sept. 8, 2007 Sept. 15, 2007 Sept. 22, 2007 Sept. 29, 2007 Oct. 25, 2007 Nov. 17, 2007 Sept. 27, 2008 Nov. 1, 2008 Sept. 26, 2009 Nov. 14, 2009 Sept. 11, 2010 Sept. 11, 2010 Sept. 18, 2010 Sept. 25, 2010 Oct. 2, 2010 Oct. 9, 2010 Oct. 9, 2010 Oct. 16, 2010 Oct. 16, 2010 Oct. 23, 2010 Nov. 6, 2010 Nov. 13, 2010 Dec. 4, 2010

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T.J. Milcic Samora Goodson T.J. Milcic T.J. Milcic Miles Edwards Miles Edwards Walter Peoples Walter Peoples Chantae Ahamefule Miles Edwards

145 127 117 114 131 204 110 154 150 100

at Eastern Illinois at Samford at UT Martin at Tennessee Tech vs. Austin Peay vs. Southwest Baptist at Jacksonville State vs. Eastern Kentucky vs. Murray State at Murray State

Chronological Lists

250-Yard Passing Games (Since 1973) Date Oct. 13, 1973 Nov. 17, 1973 Sept. 1, 1979 Oct. 4, 1980 Oct. 16, 1982 Sept. 24, 1983 Oct. 26, 1985 Nov. 16, 1985 Aug. 30, 1986 Sept. 27, 1986 Sept. 26, 1987 Oct. 24, 1987 Oct. 8, 1988 Nov. 12, 1988 Sept. 30, 1989 Oct. 21, 1989 Oct. 28, 1989 Nov. 11, 1989 Sept. 1, 1990 Sept. 22, 1990 Sept. 29, 1990 Oct. 13, 1990 Oct. 27, 1990 Nov. 3, 1990 Aug. 31, 1991 Sept. 28, 1991 Oct. 12, 1991 Oct. 19, 1991 Sept. 12, 1992 Sept. 26, 1992 Oct. 24, 1992 Nov. 14, 1992 Oct. 7, 1995 Oct. 30, 1999 Sept. 8, 2001 Sept. 15, 2001 Oct. 20, 2001 Sept. 14, 2002 Sept. 21, 2002 Oct. 5, 2002 Oct. 12, 2002 Oct. 19, 2002

Player Lance Brune Lance Brune Joe Young Joe Young Jim Prestwood Jim Prestwood Jeff Brown Jeff Brown Jeff Brown Jeff Brown Jeff Brown Jeff Brown Jim Eustice Jim Eustice Jim Eustice Jim Eustice Jim Eustice Jim Eustice Jason Liley Jason Liley Jason Liley Jason Liley Jason Liley Jason Liley Jason Liley Jason Liley Eric Cohoon Eric Cohoon Jason Liley Jason Liley Jason Liley Jason Liley Shane Kennedy Rashad West Jeromy McDowell Jeromy McDowell Jeromy McDowell Jack Tomco Jack Tomco Jack Tomco Jack Tomco Jack Tomco

Yards 301 271 253 323 282 287 333 372 307 296 273 304 266 277 273 339 275 268 266 316 349 307 359 261 256 275 283 250 270 256 288 317 314 260 391 322 303 298 297 300 429 260

Opponent vs. Truman State at Central Missouri vs. Murray State vs. Missouri State vs. Northern Iowa at Delta State vs. Northwest Missouri State vs. Truman State at Mississippi College vs. Delta State at Delta State at Southwest Baptist at Truman State vs. Southwest Baptist vs. Pittsburg State at Truman State vs. Missouri Western vs. Lincoln vs. Southwest Baptist vs. Northwest Missouri State at Pittsburg State at Washburn at Missouri Western vs. Central Missouri vs. Southern Illinois at Austin Peay vs. Tennessee Tech vs. Tennessee State at Southern Illinois vs. Austin Peay vs. Middle Tennessee vs. Illinois State vs. Tennessee Tech at UT Martin at Southern Illinois vs. Missouri State vs. Murray State at Eastern Michigan at Missouri State vs. Tennessee State at UT Martin vs. Eastern Illinois

Nov. 9, 2002 Nov. 16, 2002 Sept. 27, 2003 Oct. 18, 2003 Nov. 15, 2003 Nov. 22, 2003 Sept. 11, 2004 Sept. 18, 2004 Sept. 25, 2004 Oct. 2, 2004 Oct. 16, 2004 Oct. 23, 2004 Nov. 6, 2004 Nov. 13, 2004 Sept. 10, 2005 Nov. 19, 2005 Oct. 27, 2007 Nov. 3, 2007 Aug. 28, 2008 Sept. 20, 2008

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Jack Tomco Jack Tomco Jack Tomco Jack Tomco Jack Tomco Andrew Goodenough Andrew Goodenough Andrew Goodenough Andrew Goodenough Andrew Goodenough Andrew Goodenough Andrew Goodenough Andrew Goodenough Andrew Goodenough Mike Haley Mike Haley Houston Lillard Houston Lillard Houston Lillard Houston Lillard

283 358 291 352 353 407 269 304 327 321 339 263 292 250 275 285 252 265 387 331

Mike Haley

Miles Edwards

at Eastern Kentucky vs. Samford at Samford at Eastern Kentucky at Tennessee Tech vs. Jacksonville State at Bowling Green at Central Michigan vs. Samford at Eastern Illinois vs. Eastern Kentucky at Murray State at Tennessee State vs. Tennessee Tech at Kent State at Tennessee Tech at UT Martin vs. Austin Peay vs. Southwest Baptist vs. Missouri State


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Date Nov. 6, 2010 Nov. 8, 1969 Sept. 23, 1989 Sept. 3, 1992 Oct. 6, 2001 Oct. 28, 2006 Oct. 31, 2002 Sept. 8, 2007 Sept. 25, 2010 Oct. 30, 1993 Sept. 15, 2001 Sept. 20, 1986 Oct. 27, 1979 Oct. 9, 2010 Oct. 25, 1975 Nov. 13, 1993 Nov. 8, 2003 Nov. 11, 1978 Oct. 31, 1998 Nov. 15, 1986

Player Henry Harris Al Holmes Brian Lattimore Kelvin Anderson Curtis Cooper Timmy Holloman Kelvin Anderson Timmy Holloman Henry Harris Kelvin Anderson Curtis Cooper Anthony Jackson Ernest Edwards Henry Harris Jack Gokin Kelvin Anderson Jamel Oliver Mike Wieser Corey Williams Anthony Jackson

Yards 293 254 241 222 216 212 207 203 196 196 194 191 190 188 188 187 186 186 185 182

Opponent vs. Southwest Baptist vs. Truman State at Northwest Missouri State vs. Murray State vs. UT Martin at Murray State vs. UT Martin vs. Southwest Baptist vs. Tennessee Tech at Austin Peay vs. Missouri State at UT Martin at Lincoln vs. Tennessee State vs. Missouri Western vs. Kentucky State vs. Tennessee State at Northwest Missouri State vs. Middle Tennessee vs. Lincoln

Top 20 Single-Game Receiving Yards Date Oct. 4, 1969 Aug. 28, 2008 Nov. 16, 2002 Sept. 8, 2001 Nov. 9, 2002 Oct. 26, 1985 Nov. 11, 1989 Sept. 22, 2001 Sept. 29, 1973 Sept. 15, 2001 Nov. 10, 1984 Oct. 22, 1988 Aug. 31, 1991 Oct. 24, 1992 Oct. 21, 1989 Nov. 22, 2003 Nov. 1, 2008 Oct. 19, 2002 Sept. 9, 2000 Nov. 14, 1992

Player Art Miller Miles Edwards Willie Ponder Adrian Sanders Willie Ponder David Jackson Farron Harley Willie Ponder Ed Slaughter Willie Ponder David Jackson Lorenzo Gathers Darrell Philon Aaron Layton Darrell Philon Brandon Amick Walter Peoples Willie Ponder Leslie Weaver Aaron Layton

Yards 211 204 195 190 185 181 178 175 173 170 165 162 160 158 157 156 154 153 153 153

Opponent at Evansville vs. Southwest Baptist vs. Samford at Southern Illinois at Eastern Kentucky vs. Northwest Missouri State vs. Lincoln at Illinois State at Evansville vs. Missouri State vs. Lincoln vs. Missouri S&T vs. Southern Illinois vs. Middle Tennessee at Truman State vs. Jacksonville State vs. Eastern Kentucky vs. Eastern Illinois at Southern Illinois vs. Illinois State

Top 20 Single-Game Passing Yards Date Oct. 12, 2002 Nov. 22, 2003 Sept. 8, 2001 Aug. 28, 2008 Nov. 16, 1985

Player Yards Jack Tomco 429 Andrew Goodenough 407 Jeromy McDowell 391 Houston Lillard 387 Jeff Brown 372

Opponent at UT Martin vs. Jacksonville State at Southern Illinois vs. Southwest Baptist vs. Truman State

Oct. 27, 1990 Nov. 16, 2002 Nov. 15, 2003 Oct. 18, 2003 Sept. 29, 1990 Oct. 16, 2004 Oct. 21, 1989 Oct. 26, 1985 Sept. 20, 2008 Sept. 25, 2004 Oct. 4, 1980 Sept. 15, 2001 Oct. 2, 2004 Nov. 14, 1992 Sept. 22, 1990

Jason Liley Jack Tomco Jack Tomco Jack Tomco Jason Liley Andrew Goodenough Jim Eustice Jeff Brown Houston Lillard Andrew Goodenough Joe Young Jeromy McDowell Andrew Goodenough Jason Liley Jason Liley

359 358 353 352 349 339 339 333 331 327 323 322 321 317 316

at Missouri Western vs. Samford at Tennessee Tech at Eastern Kentucky at Pittsburg State vs. Eastern Kentucky at Truman State vs. Northwest Missouri State vs. Missouri State vs. Samford vs. Missouri State vs. Missouri State at Eastern Illinois vs. Illinois State vs. Northwest Missouri State

Top Single-Game Performances

Top 20 Single-Game Rushing Yards

Longest Rushing Plays Date Sept. 3, 1992 Nov. 8, 2003 Oct. 25, 2003 Sept. 28, 2002 Oct. 28, 2006 Nov. 6, 1999 Oct. 30, 2004 Sept. 14, 2002 Sept. 18, 2010 Sept. 27, 2003

Player Kelvin Anderson Jamel Oliver Chaun Tate Keiki Misipeka Timmy Holloman Broderick Benson David Taufoou Keiki Misipeka Henry Harris Jamel Oliver

Yards 96 (TD) 82 (TD) 80 (TD) 78 (TD) 76 (TD) 75 (TD) 69 (TD) 68 67 (TD) 67

Opponent vs. Murray State vs. Tennessee State vs. Murray State at Middle Tennessee at Murray State vs. Eastern Illinois vs. UT Martin at Eastern Michigan at Southern Illinois at Samford

Player Yards David Stewart 94 (TD) Adrian Sanders 93 Miles Edwards 80 (TD) T.J. Milcic 80 (TD) Willie Ponder 80 (TD) Brandon Amick 76 Chantae Ahamefule 75 (TD) Antonio Scaife 73 Corey Williams 73 (TD) T.J. Milcic 71 (TD)

Opponent vs. Truman State vs. Quincy vs. Southwest Baptist at UT Martin at Illinois State vs. Jacksonville State vs. Murray State vs. UT Martin at Missouri State vs. Southern Illinois

Longest Receptions Date Oct. 8, 1983 Nov. 10, 2001 Aug. 28, 2008 Nov. 5, 2005 Sept. 22, 2001 Nov. 22, 2003 Nov. 14, 2009 Oct. 30, 2004 Oct. 24, 1998 Sept. 1, 2005

Longest Kickoff Returns Date Oct. 12, 1985 Nov. 3, 1979 Nov. 6, 2004 Sept. 27, 2008 Sept. 3, 2009 Sept. 23, 2000 Oct. 16, 2010 Nov. 6, 1999 Aug. 29, 2002

Player David Jackson Keith Hubbard Romae Rucker Jacob McKinley Jacob McKinley Curtis Cooper Henry Harris Brian Hinton Dimitri Patterson

Yards 97 (TD) 96 (TD) 85 (TD) 85 80 79 71 69 65

Opponent vs. Abilene Christian vs. Truman State at Tennessee State at Indiana State vs. Quincy vs. Western Kentucky at Austin Peay vs. Eastern Illinois vs. Arkansas-Monticello

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Player Lyman Brown Curtis Cooper Curtis Cooper Antonio Scaife Antonio Scaife Chris NesSmith Kendall Magana

Longest Field Goals Yards Opponent 86 (TD) vs. Northwest Missouri State 70 (TD) at Illinois State 66 (TD) at Southern Illinois 58 at UT Martin 45 vs. Southern Illinois 44 (TD) vs. Tennessee State 41 at Missouri State

Longest Interception Returns Date Sept. 8, 2007 Oct. 10, 2009 Oct. 16, 2010 Sept. 17, 2005 Sept. 9, 2006 Aug. 28, 2008 Oct. 30, 2004 Nov. 8, 2003 Oct. 20, 2001 Oct. 23, 1999

Player Eddie Calvin Bryan Blanfort Tylor Brock Kellin White Todshon Jones Eddie Calvin Kellin White Kellin White Demar Winston Brian Hinton

Yards 100 (TD) 69 (TD) 67 64 (TD) 63 62 61 (TD) 60 (TD) 57 (TD) 54

Opponent vs. Southwest Baptist vs. Austin Peay at Austin Peay at Missouri State vs. Missouri S&T vs. Southwest Baptist vs. UT Martin vs. Tennessee State vs. Murray State vs. Missouri State

Player Yards Rodney Woodall 80 (TD) Taylor West 59 Victor Anderson 45 (TD) Brandon Bohnert 45 Nick Stauffer 44 Jeremy Atwell 39 (TD) Nate Johnston 33 Justin Komondoreas 23 Ricky Farmer 21 Kelvin Jones 18

Opponent vs. Illinois State at Eastern Washington at Missouri State at Samford at Missouri State vs. Indiana State vs. Arkansas-Monticello vs. Tennessee State vs. Eastern Illinois vs. Arkansas-Monticello

Longest Fumble Returns Date Sept. 16, 2000 Dec. 4, 2010 Nov. 10, 2007 Sept. 27, 2003 Nov. 10, 2007 Sept. 12, 1998 Aug. 29, 2002 Nov. 12, 2005 Oct. 4, 2003 Aug. 29, 2002

Top Single-Game Performances

Longest Punts Date Oct. 4, 2003 Oct. 30, 2004 Sept. 29, 2005 Oct. 14, 2006 Oct. 23, 2004 Nov. 10, 2007 Sept. 25, 2004 Sept. 9, 2006 Oct. 30, 2004 Oct. 2, 2004

Player David Simonhoff David Simonhoff David Simonhoff David Simonhoff David Simonhoff Doug Spada David Simonhoff David Simonhoff David Simonhoff David Simonhoff

Yards 83 82 80 75 74 73 73 71 71 71

Opponent vs. Eastern Illinois vs. UT Martin at Samford at Arkansas at Murray State at Missouri State vs. Samford vs. Missouri S&T vs. UT Martin at Eastern Illinois

Date 1975 Sept. 2, 2010 Sept. 26, 2009 Nov. 6, 2004 Oct. 20, 2007 Sept. 8, 2007 Sept. 22, 2007 Oct. 16, 2010 Nov. 1, 2008 Aug. 28, 2008 Sept. 25, 2004

Yards 61 53 53 51 50 49 48 47 47 47 47

Opponent vs. Lincoln at Ball State at UT Martin at Tennessee State vs. Murray State vs. Southwest Baptist at Samford at Austin Peay vs. Eastern Kentucky vs. Southwest Baptist vs. Samford

Player Wayne James Ken Miller Joe Divis Nick Stauffer Nick Stauffer Adam Casper Adam Casper Ricky Farmer Isaac Powell Joe Williams

Tackles 27 23 22 21 20 20 20 20 20 20

Opponent vs. Northern Iowa at Southwest Baptist at Southern Illinois vs. Tennessee State at Murray State vs. Eastern Illinois at Eastern Illinois vs. UT Martin vs. Illinois State at Southern Illinois

Player Attempts Mike Haley 61 Andrew Goodenough 57 Andrew Goodenough 54 Andrew Goodenough 50 Andrew Goodenough 49 Andrew Goodenough 48 Mike Haley 47 Rashad West 47 Andrew Goodenough 45 Jack Tomco 45 Jack Tomco 45

Opponent at Kent State vs. Eastern Kentucky at Tennessee State at Central Michigan at Eastern Illinois vs. Tennessee Tech at Tennessee Tech at Missouri State vs. Jacksonville State at Tennessee Tech at Missouri State

Tackles Date Oct. 16, 1982 Oct. 24, 1987 Sept. 12, 1992 Oct. 25, 2008 Nov. 8, 2008 Sept. 29, 2007 Oct. 7, 2006 Oct. 28, 2000 Sept. 16, 2000 Sept. 9, 2000

Passing Attempts Date Sept. 10, 2005 Oct. 16, 2004 Nov. 6, 2004 Sept. 18, 2004 Oct. 2, 2004 Nov. 13, 2004 Nov. 19, 2005 Nov. 11, 2000 Nov. 22, 2003 Nov. 15, 2003 Sept. 21, 2002

Rushing Attempts Date Oct. 30, 1993 Nov. 6, 2010 Oct. 16, 2010 Nov. 17, 2007 Sept. 15, 2007 Sept. 25, 2010 Oct. 29, 2005 Oct. 22, 2005 Oct. 6, 2001

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Player Mike Wood Drew Geldbach Doug Spada Derek Kutz Doug Spada Doug Spada Doug Spada Drew Geldbach Doug Spada Doug Spada Derek Kutz

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Player Kelvin Anderson Henry Harris Henry Harris Elton Peterson Timmy Holloman Henry Harris Timmy Holloman Timmy Holloman Curtis Cooper

Attempts 40 35 35 33 33 32 31 31 31

Opponent at Austin Peay vs. Southwest Baptist at Austin Peay vs. Jacksonville State vs. Indiana State vs. Tennessee Tech vs. Murray State at Eastern Kentucky vs. UT Martin


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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 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player Bill Stocklas Norman Dockins Norman Dockins John Glass Walter Smallwood Walter Smallwood Walter Smallwood Al Holmes Eddie Moss Eddie Moss Richard Attig Richard Attig Bob Everage Anthony Wallace Jack Gokin Bill White Mike Wieser Ernest Edwards Ernest Edwards Ernest Edwards Marvin Johnson Marvin Johnson Brian Brumley Anthony Jackson Anthony Jackson Trent Lane Brian Lattimore Brian Lattimore Steve Jones Bryan Davis Kelvin Anderson Kelvin Anderson Kelvin Anderson Dione Tyler Britt Mirgaux Britt Mirgaux Corey Williams K.D. Koleosho Rashad West Curtis Cooper Corey Kinsey Jamel Oliver David Taufoou Timmy Holloman Timmy Holloman Timmy Holloman Timmy Holloman Henry Harris Henry Harris

Passing Att. 112 140 110 113 154 189 208 147 138 149 237 140 115 117 105 116 125 148 175 174 115 95 95 202 154 151 136 171 124 149 205 212 219 153 173 98 141 93 87 222 231 133 132 143 121 114 128 151 305

Yds. 507 770 496 418 270 926 973 952 581 667 949 686 674 547 441 747 735 960 735 668 512 446 414 925 827 720 628 927 547 682 1371 1016 1005 1005 661 492 687 475 313 1271 1067 619 632 688 715 655 420 720 1735

Avg. 4.5 5.5 4.5 3.7 5.1 4.9 4.7 6.5 4.2 4.5 4.0 4.9 5.9 4.7 4.2 6.4 5.9 6.5 4.2 3.8 4.5 4.6 4.3 4.6 5.4 4.8 4.6 5.3 4.4 4.6 6.7 4.8 4.6 6.6 3.8 5.0 4.9 5.1 3.6 5.4 4.6 4.7 4.3 4.8 5.4 5.7 3.3 4.8 5.7

TD 6 4 0 2 10 8 16 7 10 6 7 9 8 5 3 6 9 4 4 6 5 1 0 5 7 7 14 7 7 2 13 7 4 8 5 4 1 3 6 5 2 9 7 8 6 6 6 7 18

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 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Receiving

Player C-Att. INT Hal Lane 30-61 2 Gary Lynch 45-107 5 Irvin Whitehead 45-106 5 Greg Brune 42-114 2 Greg Brune 110-224 9 Greg Brune 73-182 13 Greg Schroeder 111-238 12 Greg Schroeder 107-202 14 Lance Brune 84-198 16 Lance Brune 45-118 8 Lance Brune 92-208 11 Lance Brune 129-249 12 Rick Wieser 80-184 13 Rick Wieser 80-151 6 Don Backfish 80-184 11 Don Backfish 52-139 3 Doug Beard 43-111 9 Joe Young 69-139 11 Joe Young 79-156 19 Joe Young 97-209 13 Jim Prestwood 123-237 16 Jim Prestwood 92-221 21 Jeff Brown 62-133 12 Jeff Brown 143-243 14 Jeff Brown 109-229 15 Jeff Brown 131-228 13 Jim Eustice 154-260 8 Jim Eustice 158-291 12 Jason Liley 220-360 19 Eric Cohoon 161-266 12 Jason Liley 192-334 24 Shane Kennedy 64-134 10 Shane Kennedy 67-145 4 Shane Kennedy 147-288 9 Justin Martini 103-234 7 Justin Martini 95-212 14 Bobby Brune 97-156 9 Bobby Brune 80-147 9 Bobby Brune 112-197 4 Jeromy McDowell 155-288 13 Jack Tomco 242-372 16 Jack Tomco 144-249 8 Andrew Goodenough 279-467 15 Mike Haley 192-347 16 Kevin Ballatore 102-211 6 Houston Lillard 100-173 6 Houston Lillard 166-292 13 Matt Scheible 141-284 13 Matt Scheible 109-182 3

Yds. 505 595 557 663 1959 1504 1314 1544 1273 563 1153 1819 1149 1073 1076 719 630 1112 1916 1340 1434 1298 818 1902 1511 1622 1807 2128 2580 1825 2326 851 785 1679 1225 1244 1167 885 1363 2051 3132 1814 2820 2248 1105 1350 2067 1596 1246

TD 6 8 8 8 17 9 9 NA 9 3 8 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 11 8

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 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player No. Lyman Brown 17 Lyman Brown 24 Jim Farrell 6 Mike Kelley 24 Chuck Koerner 26 John Diepenbrock 26 John Diepenbrock 56 Ken Jogerst 24 Arthur Miller 27 Ed Slaughter 6 Ed Slaughter 30 Ed Slaughter 40 David Goncher 19 Terry Slattery 28 Kenneth Williams 21 Charlie Taylor 21 David Gross 22 David Gross 31 Doug Beard 24 Matt Biddle 51 David Stewart 32 David Stewart 30 David Jackson 24 David Jackson 37 Lorenzo Gathers 23 Lorenzo Gathers 33 Lorenzo Gathers 56 Farron Haley 72 Ches Salyer 58 Darrell Philon 60 Glenn Krupa 77 Aaron Layton 20 Jon Riley 31 Renaldo Lampkins 38 Jon Riley 37 Dante Bryant 43 Dante Bryant 46 Leslie Weaver 35 Leslie Weaver 46 Willie Ponder 70 Willie Ponder 87 Willie Ponder 66 Ray Goodson 58 T.J. Milcic 41 Clint Jones 23 Miles Edwards 34 Walter Peoples 65 Walter Peoples 38 Chantae Ahamefule 26

Yds. 348 291 205 249 699 680 672 309 488 142 491 753 429 471 414 337 315 494 394 608 493 620 527 580 417 603 773 1,116 817 815 773 228 449 430 409 599 568 497 705 1,090 1,453 623 593 783 80 480 903 397 357

Avg. 20.4 12.1 34.2 10.4 26.9 26.2 14.9 13.8 18.1 23.7 16.4 19.2 23.7 17.2 20.1 16.0 14.3 15.9 16.4 11.9 15.4 20.7 22.0 15.7 18.1 18.3 13.8 15.5 14.1 13.6 16.8 11.4 14.5 11.3 11.1 13.9 12.3 14.2 15.3 15.6 16.7 9.4 10.2 19.1 3.5 14.1 13.9 10.4 13.7

TD 5 4 2 1 7 5 7 0 5 1 4 3 3 1 1 0 3 10 2 5 4 6 4 8 5 2 3 7 5 4 5 0 0 4 1 5 2 3 6 11 15 3 1 8 1 7 6 3 1

Annual Leaders

Rushing

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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 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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 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 Henry Harris Henry Harris

Punting 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 12 12 6 6 11 16 0 11 0 6 6 0 0 7 19

FG PAT Pts. 0 0 48 0 0 36 5 16 61 2 12 42 0 0 60 0 0 48 0 0 96 0 1 (2 pts) 68 0 0 60 0 1 (2 pts) 38 2 0 66 0 3 69 16 7 55 15 25 70 17 14 65 16 20 68 0 3 (2 pts) 60 0 0 60 0 1 (2 pts) 62 12 25 61 11 14 47 0 2 (2 pts) 40 0 3 (2 pts) 60 6 10 28 0 0 54 11 25 58 10 30 60 0 0 84 9 31 58 0 0 48 7 22 43 0 0 84 0 0 42 0 0 42 0 0 72 0 1 (2 pts) 32 4 22 34 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 0 0 42 0 0 114

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 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Tackles

Player Bob Allendorf Bob Allendorf Bill McConnell Greg Brune Greg Brune Greg Brune No Records Available No Records Available Kim Godwin Ted Hahn Steve Derringer John Fritche Mike Wood Mike Wood Mike Wood Mike Wood Ed Hotz Ed Hotz Ed Hotz Steve Williams Todd Fields Steve Williams Todd Fields Todd Fields Brian Palmeler Craig Klafeta Rich Zoellner Rich Zoellner Brian Gilbert Brian Gilbert Derek Norton Derek Norton Justin Terrill Justin Terrill Justin Terrill Justin Terrill Justin Keen Seth Carriere Jason Witczak Kyle East Derek Kutz David Simonhoff David Simonhoff David Simonhoff David Simonhoff Doug Spada Doug Spada Doug Spada Joe Vucic

No. 55 54 51 62 50 47 - - 50 42 49 42 30 40 61 59 57 51 60 35 58 35 58 45 26 41 37 49 50 67 52 67 75 66 63 72 57 58 48 50 23 46 69 63 59 59 47 49 46

Yds. 1722 1996 1928 2456 1910 1736 - - 2022 1500 1687 1590 1109 1729 2389 2346 2130 1858 2163 1194 2241 1194 2241 1829 881 1500 1339 1890 1679 2417 1782 2699 2714 2440 2359 3134 1999 2255 1983 1877 805 1885 3174 2699 2644 2509 2103 2005 1709

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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 40.9 37.2

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 2009 2010

Player Rick Borman Rick Borman Mike Hargens Timbo Jones J. Brown K. Miller G. Kelsey K. Miller D. Maxwell T. Walker S. SteImann 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 Justin Woodlief Joshua Jackson

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 40 53 93 49 36 85

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Player Doug Berg Doug Berg Albert Bateman Angel Rubio Angel Rubio Kevin Meachem Jeremy Atwell Corey Mathis James Jennette Ryan Roth Ryan Roth O.J. Turner Justin Komondoreas Edgar Jones Quentin Brown Ben Gugler Damian Smith Maurice Lyles

Interceptions 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 6.5 8.5

Yds. 31 16 52 33 63 34 34 58 50 40 64 36 56 103 27 51 50 15

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

Player Sacks Yds. Cordez Vaughn 5.0 24 Doug Berg 11.5 76 Albert Bateman 4.5 36 Angel Rubio 7.0 41 Angel Rubio 7.0 39 Kevin Meachem 7.0 53 Joel Becker 4.0 34 Corey Mathis 7.0 28 James Jennette 4.0 21 James Jennette 6.0 25 Ryan Roth 5.0 32 Adam Jones 4.0 37 Brandon Bohnert 4.0 26 Justin Komondoreas 7.5 36 Edgar Jones 12.0 88 Nick Ketelsleger 4.0 24 Ben Gugler 6.5 42 Damian Smith 6.5 50 Darrick Borum 4.0 30

Year 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 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player Greg Schroeder Charles Bland Dennis Meyr Charles Bland Steve Walker John Bean Steve Meier Gene Figge Steve Meier Steve Rogers John Hessel Steve Rogers Dan Wieser Dan Wieser Kevin Hunt Kent Davis Mike Hargens Nate Beasley Nate Beasley Gary Hargens Timbo Jones Curtis Hammond Terrence Forbes Curtis Hammond Asia Thorn Asia Thorn James Chinn James Chinn James Chinn James Chinn Tim Felton Greg Klund Marquis Walker Greg Klund Fred Hambrick Isaac Powell Brian Hinton Isaac Powell Isaac Huddleston Demar Winston Anthony Lumpkin Dimitri Patterson Kellin White Monroe Hicks Romae Rucker Eddie Calvin Chris Nelson Eddie Calvin William Castro Tyler Brock

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 3 6

Annual Leaders

Tackles for Loss

Ben Gugler

Bobby Brune

Eddie Calvin

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J.F. Corleux 1915-29

Year W L T 1915 2 4 0 1916 4 5 0 1917 2 2 1 1918 2 0 0 1919 2 4 0 1920 0 4 0 1921 1 3 2 1922 5 2 1 1923 4 3 0 1924 3 5 0 1925 4 2 2 1926 0 6 1 1927 1 5 2 1928 1 5 1 1929 3 3 1 Totals 34 53 11 Winning Percentage: .347

George Flamank 1930-31

Year W L T 1930 1 6 1 1931 2 8 0 Totals 3 14 1 Winning Percentage: .166

Abe Stuber 1932-46

Coaching Records

Year W L T 1932 2 6 1 1933 5 3 1 1934 8 1 0 1935 7 2 0 1936 4 5 0 1937* 9 0 0 1938 3 5 0 1939 5 3 1 1940 4 5 1 1941 4 4 1 1942* 6 2 0 1943 4 2 0 1944 3 4 0 1945 (No Games) 1946* 8 0 1

Totals 72 42 6 Winning Percentage: .600 * MIAA Champions

Tom Thrower 1968-73

Wayne Goddard 1947-51 Year W L T 1947 2 6 1 1948 0 7 2 1949 2 7 0 1950 4 5 1 1951 2 5 1 Totals 10 30 5 Winning Percentage: .222 Kenneth Knox 1952-67

Year W L T 1952 4 4 0 1953 4 3 2 1954 7 2 0 1955* 9 0 0 1956 2 7 0 1957* 6 2 1 1958* 7 1 1 1959* 7 2 0 1960 6 4 0 1961 5 5 0 1962* 7 3 0 1963 4 6 0 1964 5 5 0 1965 2 8 0 1966 5 5 0 1967* 8 2 0 Totals 88 59 4 Winning Percentage: .596 * MIAA Champions

Tony

Year W L T 1968 6 4 0 1969 8 2 0 1970 5 5 0 1971 7 3 1 1972 5 4 1 1973* 6 4 0 Totals 37 22 2 Winning Percentage: .607 * MIAA Champions

Jim Lohr 1974-83

Year W L T 1974 7 4 0 1975* 7 4 0 1976 7 3 1 1977* 7 3 1 1978 6 5 0 1979 6 4 1 1980 4 7 0 1981 2 9 0 1982 5 5 1 1983 1 9 0 Totals 52 53 4 Winning Percentage: .477 * MIAA Champions Samuel

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Bob Smith 1984-87

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Year W L T 1984 1 10 0 1985 4 7 0 1986 6 5 0 1987* 6 4 1 Totals 17 26 1 Winning Percentage: .386 * MIAA Champions Bill Maskill 1988-89

Year W L T 1988 6 4 0 1989 7 4 0 Totals 13 8 0 Winning Percentage: .619

John Mumford 1990-99

Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

W 7 3 2 3 7 5 3 4 3 3

L 3 8 9 8 5 6 8 7 8 8

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Overall 40 70 0 OVC 25 43 0 Winning Percentage: .363 OVC Winning Pct.: .368

Tim Billings 2000-05

Year W L T 2000 3 8 0 2001 4 7 0 2002 8 4 0 2003 5 7 0 2004 3 8 0 2005 2 9 0 Overall 25 43 0 OVC 16 27 0 Winning Percentage: .368 OVC Winning Pct. .372

Tony Samuel 2006-Present

Year W L T 2006 4 7 0 2007 3 8 0 2008 4 8 0 2009 2 9 0 2010* 9 3 0 Overall 22 35 0 OVC 13 26 0 Winning Percentage: .386 OVC Winning Pct. .333 * OVC Champions


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SE 11 11

OPP 0 0

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

SE 12 9 43

OPP 0 47 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 0 0 0 16 6 16

OPP 12 5 0 6 26 6

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 Saint Louis L Mississippi L Northeast Missouri L

SE 0 0 0

OPP 45 17 9

1909 Won 1, Lost 1, Tied 0 Opponent Saint Louis L Northeast Missouri W

SE 0 6

OPP 28 0

1910 Won 1, Lost 1, Tied 0 Opponent Saint Louis L Northeast Missouri W

SE 0 51

OPP 22 0

1911 Won 2, Lost 2, Tied 0 Opponent Saint Louis L Washington University L Shurtleff W Farmington Athletic Club W

SE 3 6 11 12

OPP 22 34 0 0

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

SE 6 28 12 0

OPP 0 0 34 46

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

SE 0 6 6 0 17

OPP 51 6 97 15 14

1914 (No Intercollegiate Team) 1915 Won 2, Lost 4, Tied 0 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent Jackson Athletic Club W Christian Brothers L Charleston Athletic Club L Southern Illinois W Sikeston Athletic Club L Southern Illinois L 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 13 0 7 19 0 7

OPP 0 33 13 0 41 24

SE OPP 0 34 0 26 0 13 111 0 19 7 0 31 7 55 40 7 107 0

1917 Won 2, Lost 2, Tied 1 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent Jackson Athletic Club W Saint Louis L Westminister College T Arkansas State W Springfield L

SE 14 0 0 14 0

OPP 0 34 0 0 30

1918 Won 2, Lost 0, Tied 0 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent Jackson Athletic Club W Sikeston Athletic Club W

SE 38 14

OPP 0 0

1919 Won 2, Lost 4, Tied 0 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent Jackson Athletic Club L Saint Louis L Southern Illinois W Shurtleff L Westminster College W Springfield L

SE 0 7 4 13 19 0

OPP 19 33 0 19 7 28

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

SE 0 0 0 0

OPP 22 28 35 61

1921 Won 1, Lost 4, Tied 2 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent Saint Louis L Missouri Mines L Springfield L Southern Illinois W Southern Illinois T Arkansas State T

SE 0 0 0 13 0 0

OPP 7 24 7 0 0 0

All-Time Results

1904 Won 2, Lost 0, Tied 0 Opponent Jackson Military Academy W Poplar Bluff Ath. Club W

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL 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 1923 Won 4, Lost 3, Tied 0 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent Saint Louis L Springfield L Southern Illinois L McKendree W Southern Illinois W Central Wesleyan W Arkansas State W

All-Time Results

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 1925 Won 4, Lost 2, Tied 2 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent Mayfield College W Southern Illinois W Maryville W Springfield L Southern Illinois T Warrensburg W Kirksville L McKendree T

SE 0 0 12 12 0 12 16 51

SE 0 3 0 2 13 7 6

SE 20 0 14 9 0 3 13 0

SE 12 10 7 0 0 7 0 0

OPP 40 67 3 9 0 7 6 0

OPP 27 46 13 0 12 0 0

OPP 7 16 17 6 23 10 0 19

OPP 0 0 0 40 0 0 42 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

SE 0 10 0 0 0 0 0

1927 Won 1, Lost 5, Tied 2 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent Murray State L McKendree L Maryville W Warrensburg L Southern Illinois T Springfield L Kirksville L Southern Illinois T

SE 0 9 7 7 6 0 0 0

OPP 6 13 0 19 6 6 80 0

1928 Won 1, Lost 5, Tied 1 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent Murray State L Maryville L Springfield L Southern Illinois T Warrensburg L Arkansas State W Kirksville L

SE 0 0 0 6 7 12 0

OPP 12 44 40 6 25 0 13

1929 Won 3, Lost 3, Tied 1 Head Coach: J.F. Courleux Opponent West Tennessee Teachers T Springfield L Warrensburg W Murray State W Southern Illinois L McKendree L Arkansas State W

SE 0 0 6 13 0 0 25

OPP 0 6 2 0 7 3 0

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1930 Won 1, Lost 6, Tied 1 Head Coach: George Flamank Opponent Southern Illinois L Haskell Indians W McKendree L Murray State L Maryville L West Tennessee T Southern Illinois L Springfield L

SE 6 12 2 0 0 0 0 6

OPP 12 6 19 7 45 0 19 20

1931 Won 2, Lost 8, Tied 0 Head Coach: George Flamank Opponent Evansville W Kirksville L Southern Illinois W Westminster L Warrensburg L Murray State L Southern Illinois L Maryville L Springfield L

SE 15 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6

OPP 0 44 0 12 6 32 12 38 34

1932 Won 2, Lost 6, Tied 1 Head Coach: Abe Stuber Opponent McKendree L Evansville W Southern Illinois W Warrensburg L West Tennessee L Maryville L Springfield L Southern Illinois T Kirksville L

SE 0 19 19 0 0 7 20 0 0

OPP 6 0 0 7 7 21 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

SE 26 0 0 6 12 13

OPP 7 18 0 20 9 0


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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 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 1936 Won 4, Lost 5, Tied 0 Head Coach: Abe Stuber Opponent Hendrix L Missouri L Illinois College L Warrensburg L Kirksville L Springfield W Southern Illinois W Maryville W Missouri Mines W

47 22 6

SE 13 14 7 6 12 29 32 55 0

SE 14 7 16 32 20 0 14 0 20

SE 0 0 0 2 0 20 6 7 19

0 13 13

OPP 0 6 6 0 9 7 0 0 13

OPP 0 0 13 0 7 20 0 6 0

OPP 6 20 12 14 6 0 4 0 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

Springfield Southern Illinois Missouri Mines SE 12 14 33 12 14 13 34 20 16

OPP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 6

1938 Won 3, Lost 5, Tied 0 Head Coach: Abe Stuber Opponent Southern Illinois W Hendrix W Warrensburg W Kirksville L Missouri Mines L Southern Illinois L Maryville L Springfield L

SE 27 14 6 3 0 0 0 7

OPP 0 0 0 7 35 6 15 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

SE 9 13 9 0 27 0 6 0 24

OPP 2 0 3 0 6 7 12 6 0

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

SE 0 20 13 0 12 25 0

OPP 0 0 14 13 0 0 18

L W L

7 6 7

21 0 10

SE 44 28 7 0 48 0 0 14 21

OPP 0 7 20 0 19 6 20 7 32

SE 7 26 27 14 12 6 7 19

OPP 26 7 0 2 0 7 6 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 13 26 27 32 0 0

OPP 0 7 0 0 25 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

SE 0 7 46 14 12

OPP 7 13 0 18 13

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

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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

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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 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

SE 0 8 20 40 40 27 7 31 27

SE 0 0 0 6 7 0 13 13 19

SE 0 7 13 0 12 0 6 7 0

OPP 0 0 13 12 0 6 0 7 0

OPP 12 25 12 13 0 0 0 20 47

OPP 7 20 25 12 12 40 14 7 54

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

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

SE 20 14 0 10 7

OPP 0 0 18 0 13

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61 0 0

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1953 Won 4, Lost 3, Tied 2 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent Central Arkansas 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 27 32 7 0 0 28 7 14 0

OPP 14 6 7 14 6 7 7 8 6

1954 Won 7, Lost 2, Tied 0 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent Central Arkansas 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

SE 21 7 12 33 30 7 27 27 6

OPP 6 6 6 7 0 21 0 6 20

SE 7 21 18 31 9 14 13 39 24

OPP 0 7 7 6 6 0 12 14 7

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


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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 1958 Won 7, Lost 1, Tied 1 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent South Dakota W Carson-Newman W Missouri Mines W Western Kentucky L Northwest Missouri State W Missouri State W Northeast Missouri State W St. Ambrose T Central Missouri State W * - MIAA Champions 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

SE 33 46 14 0 7 13 21 0 13

SE 0 41 19 20 13 20 20 32 20

OPP 20 13 19 25 20 44 26 10 61

OPP 21 0 7 25 6 20 0 0 0

SE 6 26 19 0 33 19 48 27 42

OPP 2 7 7 12 14 6 12 27 6

SE 8 0 30 33 43

OPP 13 14 7 0 12

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17 36 32 42

7 0 24 7

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

SE 28 6 16 6 0 23 7 21 42 10

OPP 19 17 15 13 6 0 6 0 0 21

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

SE 0 13 14 6 7 3 28 27 6 7

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

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

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

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

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1956 Won 2, Lost 7, Tied 0 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent Central Arkansas W Eastern Illinois W Arkansas Tech L Missouri State L Northwest Missouri State L Northeast Missouri State L Central Missouri State L Missouri Mines L Florence State (Ala.) L

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL 1966 Won 5, Lost 5, Tied 0 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent Northeast Louisiana L Evansville W Austin Peay L UT Martin L Central Missouri State W Northwest Missouri State W Missouri Mines W Missouri State L Northeast Missouri State W Arkansas Tech L 1967 Won 8, Lost 2, Tied 0 Head Coach: Kenneth Knox Opponent Evansville W Delta State L UT 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

SE 14 10 0 25 24 30 34 31 20 21

SE 21 22 19 14 37 31 19 29 35 7

OPP 20 0 28 17 14 21 13 20 19 33

OPP 7 21 39 0 14 8 0 0 6 10

OPP 31 8 22 27 3 13 6 16 7 21

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 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 7 19 31 14 29 32 33 24 24 26

SE 8 7 0 24 6 48 20 34 35 7

SE 10 7 0 14 35 21 20 13 41 42 16

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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

SE 9 21 27 14 34 24 49 7 41 21

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 at Missouri-Rolla W at Missouri State W Northeast Missouri State W at Central Missouri State L Illinois State (HC) W * - MIAA Champions

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OPP 6 13 24 34 21 24 29 14 44 20

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

OPP 14 21 16 10 14 0 6 29 21 16

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

OPP 10 3 57 6 6 24 13 14 3 21 6

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

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

SE 3 34 6 44 19 39 23 27 31 19 29

OPP 19 24 17 0 21 20 17 28 18 6 16


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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 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 9 10 24 17 17 17 22 41 30 39 17

SE 3 10 17 17 17 29 17 3 17 20 33

SE 6 17 24 27 16 40 16 10 10 14 28

OPP 22 41 41 18 0 3 0 7 6 7 14

OPP 14 7 42 16 6 26 12 3 30 12 0

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 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 W O27 at Lincoln W N3 NE Missouri State (HC) W N10 NW Missouri State W N17 at Missouri State W 1980 Won 4, Lost 7, Tied 0 Head Coach: Jim Lohr Date Opponent S6 at Murray State L S13 Central Arkansas 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 24 16 22 40 13 6 16 40 17 28 6

SE 21 11 13 0 31 7 31 58 31 20 36

SE 6 10 50 3 29 10 7 57 23 23 31

OPP 21 0 28 7 10 13 17 13 21 21 38

1981 Won 2, Lost 9, Tied 0 Head Coach: Jim Lohr Date Opponent S5 Murray State L S12 at Central Arkansas 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 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

OPP 21 33 17 17 23 9 15 7 3 14 29

1982 Won 5, Lost 5, Tied 1 Head Coach: Jim Lohr Date Opponent S4 at Murray State L S11 Central Arkansas T S18 Evansville W S25 at Delta State L O2 Missouri State L O9 at NE Missouri State L O16 Northern Iowa W O23 Lincoln W O30 at NW Missouri State W N6 at Missouri-Rolla L N13 Central Missouri W

SE 6 14 39 15 26 14 20 50 44 0 38

OPP 16 14 13 42 44 42 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 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 L

SE 11 7 7 22 0 23 7 15 14 22

OPP 25 23 56 32 40 25 0 39 24 52

OPP 19 28 17 14 36 13 30 3 19 34 17

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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

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL 1984 Won 1, Lost 10, Tied 0 Head Coach: Bob Smith Date Opponent S8 Central Arkansas 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 UT Martin L O27 at NW Missouri State L N3 Central Missouri State L N10 Lincoln W N17 at NE Missouri State L

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1985 Won 4, Lost 7, Tied 0 Head Coach: Bob Smith Date Opponent S7 at Murray State L S14 at Central Arkansas L S21 UT 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 L N9 at Lincoln W N16 NE Missouri State L 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 L S20 at UT Martin W S27 Delta State L O4 at Abilene Christian L O11 Central Missouri (HC) L O18 at Missouri-Rolla W O25 at NW Missouri State W N1 at NE Missouri State W N15 Lincoln W

SE 14 3 14 16 0 15 7 28 9 24 10

SE 25 9 57 16 3 44 13 28 14 41 24

SE 30 17 9 37 21 3 21 30 20 38 26

OPP 21 42 37 27 16 44 21 30 50 16 28

1987 Won 6, Lost 4, Tied 1 Head Coach: Bob Smith Date Opponent S5 Troy State W S12 at Murray State L S19 UT Martin L S26 at Delta State L O3 NW Missouri State W O10 at Lincoln W O17 at Central Missouri L O29 at Southwest Baptist L O31 NE Missouri State (HC) W N7 Missouri-Rolla W N14 Mississippi College W * - MIAA Co-Champions

OPP 33 37 17 20 20 30 51 21 25 0 39

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

OPP 27 42 13 29 28 30 32 12 7 23 7

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 W N11 Lincoln W

SE 18 12 13 28 49 31 21 24 21 16 30

SE 13 16 13 24 13 31 38 24 37 42

SE 15 21 6 12 26 27 17 28 49 35 46

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OPP 17 30 25 35 0 9 31 31 9 0 28

OPP 26 13 41 0 22 3 6 46 13 6

OPP 22 7 21 21 47 7 14 24 18 13 10

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 (HC) W

SE 21 17 0 30 28 28 35 7 14 21

OPP 7 0 45 14 57 17 7 26 0 7

Division I Era 1991 Won 3, Lost 8, Tied 0 (3-4 in OVC, 5th) Head Coach: John Mumford Date Opponent SE OPP A31 Southern Illinois L 27 28 S7 at UT Martin L 29 36 S14 Eastern Kentucky L 7 49 S21 at Illinois State L 7 42 S28 at Austin Peay L 21 24 O5 Samford L 24 48 O12 Tennessee Tech (HC) W 34 31 O19 Tennessee State W 37 34 O26 at Middle Tennessee L 0 52 N9 Morehead State W 17 16 N16 at Murray State L 10 14 1992 Won 2, Lost 9, Tied 0 (2-6 in OVC, 8th) Head Coach: John Mumford Date Opponent SE OPP S3 Murray State W 27 21 S12 at Southern Illinois L 35 44 S26 Austin Peay L 16 21 O3 at Eastern Kentucky L 10 20 O10 at Tennessee Tech L 14 49 O17 at Samford L 14 45 O24 Middle Tennessee L 16 30 O31 UT Martin (HC) W 37 13 N7 at Morehead State L 17 20 N14 Illinois State L 33 52 N21 at Tennessee State L 27 37


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1999 Won 3, Lost 8, Tied 0 (2-5 in OVC, 6th) Head Coach: John Mumford Date Opponent SE OPP S2 Southern Illinois L 25 43 S11 at Illinois State L 7 55 S18 at Murray State L 18 45 S25 at Western Kentucky L 10 21 O2 Eastern Kentucky L 28 37 O9 Tennessee Tech (HC) L 7 21 O16 at Indiana State L 13 34 O23 Missouri State W 28 23 O30 at UT Martin W 36 7 N6 Eastern Illinois W 45 38 N20 Tennessee State L 28 35

1994 Won 7, Lost 5, Tied 0 (5-3 in OVC, 3rd) Head Coach: John Mumford Date Opponent SE OPP S1 Kentucky State W 32 6 S10 at Sam Houston State L 4 24 S17 Murray State L 16 23 S24 UT Martin W 10 0 O1 at Morehead State W 45 20 O8 at Tennessee Tech W 19 14 O15 at Southern Illinois W 24 14 O22 Middle Tennessee L 14 38 O29 Austin Peay (HC) W 31 10 N5 at Eastern Kentucky L 6 34 N12 at Hawai’i L 0 34 N19 at Tennessee State W 17 12

1997 Won 4, Lost 7, Tied 0 (1-6 in OVC, 7th) Head Coach: John Mumford Date Opponent SE OPP A30 Lambuth W 24 6 S13 Illinois State L 7 41 S21 at Murray State L 3 17 S29 at UT Martin W 42 7 O4 Eastern Illinois L 7 32 O11 Tennessee Tech (HC) L 14 17 O25 at Middle Tennessee L 6 55 N1 at Austin Peay W 31 0 N8 Eastern Kentucky L 10 20 N15 Southern Illinois W 28 17 N22 Tennessee State L 27 32

2000 Won 3, Lost 8, Tied 0 (1-6 in OVC, 7th) Head Coach: Tim Billings Date Opponent SE OPP A31 at Marshall L 7 63 S9 at Southern Illinois W 34 33 S16 Illinois State W 28 25 S23 Western Kentucky L 14 38 S30 at Eastern Kentucky L 24 48 O7 at Tennessee Tech L 6 31 O21 Murray State (HC) L 28 38 O28 UT Martin W 34 14 N4 at Eastern Illinois L 9 38 N11 at Missouri State L 7 24 N18 at Tennessee State L 33 51

1998 Won 3, Lost 8, Tied 0 (2-5 in OVC, 7th) Head Coach: John Mumford Date Opponent SE OPP S3 Truman State W 23 18 S12 Indiana State L 14 21 S19 Murray State L 14 26 S26 UT Martin W 41 14 O3 at Eastern Illinois L 33 35 O10 at Tennessee Tech W 29 24 O17 Tennessee State L 7 38 O24 at Missouri State L 10 45 O31 Middle Tennessee (HC) L 19 21 N7 at Eastern Kentucky L 7 19 N14 at Southern Illinois L 7 34

2001 Won 4, Lost 7, Tied 0 (1-5 in OVC, 6th) Head Coach: Tim Billings Date Opponent SE OPP S1 at Eastern Michigan L 12 16 S8 Southern Illinois W 24 5 S15 Missouri State L 28 31 S22 at Illinois State W 38 33 S29 at Tennessee State L 14 20 O6 UT Martin W 45 30 O13 at Eastern Illinois L 0 12 O20 Murray State (HC) L 35 45 O27 at Tennessee Tech L 21 41 N3 Eastern Kentucky L 24 42 N10 Quincy W 38 6

1995 Won 5, Lost 6, Tied 0 (5-3 in OVC, 4th) Head Coach: John Mumford Date Opponent SE OPP A31 Southern Illinois L 27 30 S9 at Eastern Illinois L 18 34 S16 at Murray State L 0 34 S23 at Austin Peay W 38 23 S30 Eastern Kentucky L 24 42 O7 Tennessee Tech (HC) W 33 12 O21 at Middle Tennessee L 0 42 O28 at UT Martin W 38 17 N4 Morehead State W 21 12 N11 Missouri State L 3 39 N18 Tennessee State W 41 24

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1993 Won 3, Lost 8, Tied 0 (2-6 in OVC, 8th) Head Coach: John Mumford Date Opponent SE OPP S4 at Missouri State L 10 24 S11 Sam Houston State L 7 40 S18 at Murray State L 14 17 S25 at UT Martin L 14 17 O2 Morehead State L 21 23 O9 Tennessee Tech L 3 24 O23 at Middle Tennessee L 10 31 O30 at Austin Peay W 17 10 N6 Eastern Kentucky (HC) L 21 35 N13 Kentucky State W 45 14 N20 Tennessee State W 14 13

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2011 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI FOOTBALL 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 42 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 UT 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

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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 UT 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 OPP S2 at Southern Illinois L 3 42 S11 at Bowling Green L 10 49 S18 at Central Michigan L 27 44 S25 Samford W 51 48 O2 at Eastern Illinois L 28 35 O16 Eastern Kentucky L 13 38 O23 at Murray State L 13 28 O30 UT Martin (HC) W 35 7 N6 at Tennessee State L 36 38 N13 Tennessee Tech W 31 28 N20 at Jacksonville State L 9 47

2005 Won 2, Lost 9, Tied 0 (2-6 in OVC, 7th) Head Coach: Tim Billings Date Opponent SE OPP S1 Southern Illinois L 23 58 S10 at Kent State L 12 33 S17 at Missouri State L 21 45 S24 Jacksonville State L 10 24 S29 at Samford L 17 33 O8 Eastern Illinois L 24 48 O22 at Eastern Kentucky L 32 33 O29 Murray State (HC) W 52 21 N5 at UT Martin L 21 24 N12 Tennessee State W 32 24 N19 at Tennessee Tech L 24 31 2006 Won 4, Lost 7, Tied 0 (2-6 in OVC, 7th) Head Coach: Tony Samuel Date Opponent SE OPP S2 at Austin Peay W 38 13 S9 Missouri-Rolla W 44 23 S16 at Jacksonville State L 7 38 S30 Samford W 19 14 O7 at Eastern Illinois L 0 21 O14 at Arkansas L 7 63 O21 Eastern Kentucky (HC) L 21 27 O28 at Murray State W 24 17 N4 UT Martin L 14 28 N11 at Tennessee State L 0 31 N18 Tennessee Tech L 29 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 UT 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

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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 UT Martin L 21 31 N22 at Austin Peay W 33 30 2009 Won 2, Lost 9, Tied 0 (1-7 in OVC, 8th) Head Coach: Tony Samuel Date Opponent SE OPP S3 Quincy W 72 3 S12 at Cincinnati L 3 70 S19 Eastern Illinois L 14 23 S26 at UT Martin L 22 29 O3 at Tennessee State L 17 23 O10 Austin Peay (HC) L 14 24 O24 at Tennessee Tech L 16 28 O31 at Eastern Kentucky L 6 20 N7 Jacksonville State L 3 24 N14 Murray State W 49 13 N21 Southern Illinois L 24 42 2010 Won 9, Lost 3, Tied 0 (7-1 in OVC, 1st) Head Coach: Tony Samuel Date Opponent SE OPP S2 at Ball State L 10 27 S11 at Murray State W 30 17 S18 at Southern Illinois W 24 21 S25 Tennessee Tech W 23 21 O2 at Eastern Illinois W 28 13 O9 Tennessee State W 19 17 O16 at Austin Peay W 41 24 O23 Eastern Kentucky W 40 21 O30 UT Martin (HC) W 24 17 N6 Southwest Baptist W 40 14 N13 at Jacksonville State L 27 29 NCAA Playoffs Second Round D4 at Eastern Washington L 17 37 * - OVC Champions


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he 2010 Redhawk Football team shocked the college football world by catapulting into the nation’s elite and capturing its first-ever Ohio Valley Conference title and NCAA Playoff berth. Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year Tony Samuel and his team overcame the odds to become champions and capture the hearts and minds of Southeast Missouri fans everywhere. Here is a look back at this historic season.

Game 1 - Ball State 27, Southeast Missouri 10 (Sept. 2, 2010) Southeast Missouri headed to Football Bowl Subdivision member Ball State searching for its first win against a Mid-American Conference opponent. Southeast and Ball State kicked off the season in front of a crowd of 10,753 at Scheumann Stadium on a hot and humid Thursday night. Southeast trailed, 7-0, before Mike Jones ran for an 11-yard touchdown to tie the game with 3:21 left in the first half. The Cardinals then scored 17 unanswered points in the third

quarter to key their 27-10 victory. Drew Geldbach scored the only points for the Redhawks in the second half when he made a 53yard field goal on the first attempt of his career. Henry Harris caught a career-high eight passes for 82 yards out of the backfield.

Game 2 - Southeast Missouri 30, Murray State 17 (Sept. 11, 2010) The Redhawks travelled to heated conference rival Murray State to open Ohio Valley Conference play. A fired-up Southeast team went into Stewart Stadium looking to beat the Racers in back-to-back seasons for only the second time in school history. The Redhawks and Racers dueled to a 10-10 tie at the half, before Southeast outscored Murray, 20-7, in the game’s final 30 minutes. Drew Geldbach’s 47-yard field goal gave Southeast a 13-10 edge on the Redhawks opening drive of the second half. Shortly after Murray State scored to regain a 17-13 advantage, Matt Scheible completed two big third-down passes to key the Redhawks next score. Scheible threw a 26-yard pass to Miles Edwards on a 3rd-and-8 before tossing a 2-yard touchdown pass to Bradley Brown on 3rdand-goal. Brown’s second career touchdown gave the Redhawks a 20-17 edge and Southeast would not relinquish its lead. Scheible’s 60-yard run led to a 37-yard field goal by Geldbach to add to the Redhawks lead early in the fourth quarter. Scheible then avoided a sack to throw a 26-yard pass to Edwards, setting up Southeast’s final score. Henry Harris’ 33-yard touchdown run capped the Redhawks longest drive which covered 86 yards in seven plays. Scheible ran for career-high 134

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yards, becoming the first Southeast quarterback to rush for over 100 yards in a game since 2007. Harris also rushed for 113 yards and Edwards added 100 yards receiving, giving Southeast two 100-yard rushers and a 100-yard receiver in a game for the first time since it joined the NCAA Division I ranks. Defensively, Southeast held the Racers to under 300 yards of total offense. Aaron Grimes turned in a career-high 14 tackles and had an interception to lead the way. Josh Gipson chipped in a huge sack on a 4th-and-8 when Murray State threatened to score late in the fourth quarter. Southeast ended a six-game losing streak on the road with its win over the Racers and prepared to take on one of the nation’s top programs and border rivals in the Southern Illinois Salukis.

Game 3 - Southeast Missouri 24, #5 Southern Illinois 21 (Sept. 18, 2010) Southeast crossed the Mississippi River to face regional-rival and fifth-ranked Southern Illinois during week three. The Redhawks were the first Division I opponent to play in the brand new state-of-the-art Saluki Stadium. The Redhawks trailed, 21-3, with 3:46 remaining in the third quarter before rallying for 21 unanswered points -- including 14 in the fourth quarter -- to take down the Salukis in Carbondale for the first time since 2002. Henry Harris rushed for 142 yards and scored a pair of fourthquarter touchdown, including the game’s decisive 67-yard TD run. Southeast beat a top-five opponent for the first time in school history since moving to the Football Championship Subdivision. Linebacker Darrick Borum had a huge game for Southeast, registering three tackles, two tackles for


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Game 4 - Southeast Missouri 23, Tennessee Tech 21 (Sept. 25, 2010) After winning two of three road contests, the Redhawks returned to Cape Girardeau and the friendly confines of Houck Stadium to host Tennessee Tech in its home-opener on Family Weekend. Tre Lamb hooked up with AllOhio Valley Conference receiver Tim Benford on a 60-yard scoring strike to cut Southeast’s lead to 1714 with 6:59 remaining in the third quarter. Henry Harris, who ran for 196 yards, would then score his only touchdown from one yard out to give the Redhawks a 23-14 advantage with 7:02 left in the fourth quarter. Lamb later hit Benford again, this time on a 19-yard touchdown pass, to narrow the gap to 23-21 with 56 seconds left. The Golden Eagles then attempted an on-side kick, but Southeast recovered and ran out the clock. Harris carried the ball 32 times and averaged 6.1 yards per rush to help Tony Samuel earn his 50th career victory as a head coach. Samuel also stayed undefeated in home-openers. Southeast ran a season-high 87 plays and held a 15-minute advantage in time of possession. The Redhawks also ran a single-game school record 69 rushing plays and finished with 467 yards of total offense against the Golden Eagles.

Game 5 - Southeast Missouri 28, Eastern Illinois 13 (Oct. 2, 2010) The following week, the

Redhawks would take to the road again to face the Eastern Illinois Panthers. Southeast forced a season-high five turnovers and had four interceptions in a 28-13 triumph, the first victory for Southeast Missouri in Charleston since joining the Ohio Valley Conference. Matt Scheible’s 1-yard touchdown run gave Southeast its first lead of the game with 11:35 remaining in the third quarter. Two possessions later, Tylor Brock picked off freshman quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and ran 48 yards for a touchdown to extend the Redhawks lead to 21-10 at the 6:05 mark. Southeast added one more touchdown on an 8-yard run by Henry Harris with 6:10 left in the fourth quarter to polish off the 28-13 win. Brock accounted for two interceptions, while Darrick Borum and Abraham Woodard had one apiece. A swarming Redhawk defense limited Eastern Illinois to 263 yards of total offense and gave up less than four yards per play. Harris ran for 179 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries, and finished with 286 all-purpose yards. Southeast had won three-straight games on the road for the first time since 1994.

Game 6 - #25 Southeast Missouri 19, Tennessee State 17 (Oct. 9, 2010) After cracking the national polls for the first time in seven years, the 25th ranked Redhawks hosted Tennessee State in front of a sellout crowd of 10,316 at Houck Stadium. Southeast exploded for 19 points in the second quarter. That effort was the difference in the game, as Tennessee State rallied for 14 unanswered points in the second half. Matt Scheible threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to Cedric Cox to give Southeast a 19-3 lead with 33

seconds left in the second quarter, and that score proved to be big in the end. Terrence Wright scored two rushing touchdowns in the second half and his 9-yard run sliced Southeast’s lead to 19-17 with 6:43 remaining in the fourth quarter. That, however, wasn’t enough as the Redhawk defense forced the Tigers to punt on their final possession. Henry Harris and Matt Scheible each rushed for over 100 yards. Harris ran the ball for 188 yards on 28 carries, while Scheible picked up 128 yards on 16 attempts. Harris became the first in school history to rush for over 100 yards in fivestraight games.

Game 7 - #18 Southeast Missouri 41, Austin Peay 24 (Oct. 16, 2010) No. 18 Southeast Missouri travelled to Austin Peay for the Ohio Valley Conference Game of the Week looking to secure its first winning season since 2002. The Redhawks erupted for 28 points in the second half to key a 41-24 win. Mike Jones’ 1-yard touchdown run gave Southeast its first lead of the game with 1:21 left to play in the third quarter, and the Redhawks exploded for 22 unanswered points in a span of eight minutes to bury the Governors. Jones’ touchdown was set up by Henry Harris’ 71-yard kickoff return and the second-half rout was on. Harris also scored twice from 1-yard out and Matt Scheible hit paydirt on a 4-yard run to complete Southeast’s scoring. Harris’ 10-yard touchdown run and two field goals by Drew Geldbach kept Southeast within striking distance in the first half. Harris had another big game, this time rushing for 152 yards and three touchdowns on 35 carries. He

also finished with 308 all-purpose yards, including a career-high 156 on kick returns. Harris became the first in the OVC and Football Championship Subdivision to rush for over 1,000 yards on the season.

Game 8 - #13 Southeast Missouri 40, Eastern Kentucky 21 (Oct. 23, 2010) The Redhawks returned to Houck Stadium for another key Ohio Valley Conference matchup against Eastern Kentucky. Southeast scored 20 points in the first 12:19 of the game and never looked back. Steve Hendry intercepted a T.J. Pryor pass on the first play from scrimmage, and two plays later, Henry Harris scored on a 4-yard run to give the Redhawks an early 7-0 lead. Matt Scheible threw a 34-yard touchdown pass on Southeast’s next possession. Abraham Woodard’s interception led to a 51-yard touchdown pass from Scheible to Chantae Ahamefule. The Redhawk defense held the Colonels to only 58 yards of total offense in the second half. Nathan Grass later added two more touchdowns. Drew Geldbach then made two field goals to polish off the victory. Scheible threw for 177 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 89 yards to lead Southeast to its first win over Eastern Kentucky at Houck Stadium. Harris contributed 109 yards and two touchdowns on the day, his seventh-straight 100-yard effort of the season. Defensively, Southeast posted a season-high four interceptions. The Redhawks beat Eastern Kentucky for the first time in Cape Girardeau, ending a nine-game losing streak against the Colonels at Houck Stadium.

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loss, a sack and one forced fumble. The victorious Redhawks returned to Cape Girardeau later that evening, led by a police escort.

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Game 9 - #11 Southeast Missouri 24, UT Martin 17 (Oct. 30, 2010) A raucous school record crowd of 11,126 gathered for No. 11 Southeast Missouri’s Homecoming matchup against UT Martin. Southeast shutout UT Martin in the first half and weathered a 17-point flurry by the Skyhawks in the game’s final two quarters to hang on for a 24-17 win. After a scoreless first quarter, Southeast took a 10-0 halftime lead with the help of a 7-yard run by Matt Scheible and 24-yard field goal by Drew Geldbach. Joshua Jackson deflected a Derek Carr pass which landed in the hands of Josh Gipson at UT Martin’s 5-yardline to set up Geldbach’s kick. Henry Harris closed out the scoring with a pair of 8-yard touchdown runs. Harris’ second TD extended the Redhawks lead to 24-14 with 7:08 remaining in the game. Southeast’s defense came up big again, finishing with three sacks, four tackles for loss, an interception a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. The Redhawks allowed only 58 total yards in the first half alone. Blake Peiffer and Darrick Borum paved the way with eight tackles each. Offensively, the Redhawks did not turn the ball over for the second-straight game. Scheible completed 5-of-12 passes for 108 yards and rushed for 68 yards and a touchdown. Southeast won on Homecoming for the fifth time in eight years.

Game 10 - #9 Southeast Missouri 40, Southwest Baptist 14 (Nov. 6, 2010) No. 9 Southeast Missouri hosted Southwest Baptist in its final home game of the season, and the Redhawks sent their 21 seniors out

with a bang. Henry Harris ran for 293 yards and three touchdowns, and broke three records in the commanding 40-14 victory. The win marked the Redhawks ninth in a row, matching a school record for most victories in a season. In addition, Southeast went undefeated at home for the first time since moving to the NCAA Division I level. Harris broke Southeast’s alltime single-season rushing and all-purpose yardage records, and single-game rushing mark in an epic senior day performance. The senior from Memphis, Tenn., became the school’s all-time single-season rusher when he ripped off a 47-yard run to start Southeast’s second drive of the second quarter. Harris’ 293 yards broke a Southeast single-game rushing record which stood for 41 years. The 293 yards were also the most in a single-game by any player in the Football Championship Subdivision in 2010. Both Southeast and Southwest Baptist hooked up in a shootout early on, combining for 20 points over the first 2:30 of the game. Matt Scheible scored the game’s first touchdown on a 9-yard run. On the Bearcats next possession, Tylor Brock intercepted Steven Gachette’s first pass and ran 39 yards for a touchdown to give Southeast a 13-0 lead. Harris hit paydirt on a 17-yard run to cap a 10-play, 59-yard drive at the 7:48 mark of the first quarter. Scheible threw a 26-yard touchdown pass to Cedric Cox, extending the Redhawks lead to 27-14 at the intermission. Harris then accounted for Southeast’s final two scores of the game. Harris broke multiple tackles and ran into the end zone on a 4th-and-goal in the third quarter, before scoring on a 10-yard run in the final period.

Southeast registered a seasonhigh 454 total yards and outrushed the Bearcats, 445-171. The Redhawks owned more than a 20-minute advantage in time of possession. The Redhawks learned later that night that they had clinched at least a share of the Ohio Valley Conference regular-season title when Jacksonville State lost to Eastern Kentucky. That meant that Southeast could win the outright OVC Championship the following week with a victory over preseason conference favorite Jacksonville State. But, the Redhawks would have to travel to Burgess-Snow Field to face one of the best teams and greatest home field advantages in the OVC.

Game 11 - #6 Jacksonville State 29, #7 Southeast Missouri 27 (Nov. 13, 2010) Riding a nine-game winning streak and sporting an undefeated record in Ohio Valley Conference play, the Redhawks notched their highest national ranking in school history and entered what turned out to be a dogfight for the outright OVC Championship against the No. 6 Jacksonville State Gamecocks. Both Jacksonville State and Southeast Missouri met as nationally-ranked, Top-10 teams for the first time ever and the game was a classic nailbiter that wasn’t decided until the final seconds. Southeast took its first lead of the game on D.J. Foster’s first career touchdown reception at the 10:46 mark of the fourth quarter. Foster hauled in a 19-yard pass from Matt Scheible to give the Redhawks a 21-19 edge. After James Esco’s 25-yard field goal regained a 22-21 advantage for the Gamecocks, Southeast used two big rushing plays to set up its next score. Henry Harris broke free for a 41-yard gain and Scheible picked

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up 14 yards. Harris then scored on a 1-yard plunge to give the Redhawks a 27-22 lead with 4:06 left to play. The Gamecocks, however, converted on a 3rd-and-long with a 29-yard pass play from Marques Ivory to Jeffrey Cameron to get inside Southeast’s 30-yardline on their last drive of the game. Three plays later, Ivory threw a 17-yard touchdown pass to Alan Bonner with 11 seconds on the clock to pull off the 29-27 comefrom-behind thriller. Harris, who broke Southeast’s single-season records in rushing touchdowns and total touchdowns, ran for 134 yards and a TD. Meanwhile, Scheible completed 13-of-22 passes for 145 yards and a touchdown. The Redhawk defense also forced five fumbles and had three takeaways, with Aaron Grimes posting 13 tackles to lead the way. When the team buses left Jacksonville, everyone assumed the Redhawks would have to settle for a shared title with the Gamecocks. Little did they know what would happen in the final week of the regular-season.

Week 12 - Bye Week (Nov. 20, 2010) To secure a share of the Ohio Valley Conference Championship and the league’s automatic bid to the Football Championship Subdivision Playoffs, all Jacksonville State would need to do is beat a 4-6 Tennessee Tech team on the road. Through three quarters, it appeared the Gamecocks would march to the title, as they led 24-7 entering the fourth quarter. Much to the surprise of everyone, including Jacksonville State, the Golden Eagles employed a no huddle, 2-minute offense the entire fourth quarter and scored 28 unanswered points to stun the Gamecocks 35-24.


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NCAA Selection Sunday (Nov. 21, 2010) A crowd of several hundred gathered at the Outback Steakhouse in Cape Girardeau to watch the 2010 NCAA Division I Football Championship Selection Show and learn who their Ohio Valley Conference Champion Southeast Missouri Redhawks would take on in the playoffs. Southeast drew fifth-seeded Eastern Washington for a second round matchup on Dec. 4 in Cheney, Wash. The Eagles high-powered offense featured Bo Levi Mitchell at quarterback, who transferred from Southern Methodist University in Conference USA, one of the nation’s top running backs in Taiwan Jones and the most unique playing field in college football...a red synthetic turf field nicknamed “the inferno.”

Game 12 - #1 Eastern Washington 37, #9 Southeast Missouri 17 (Dec. 4, 2010) The Redhawks boarded a charter flight to make the nearly 2,000 mile trip to Cheney, Wash., and were greeted by over two feet of snow that had fallen on the Northeast Washington region earlier in the week. For many Redhawks, this was the first time they had been on an airplane or seen this much snow. The trip to the playoffs was an experience in their college careers they will never forget.

Southeast Missouri’s storybook season ended in a 37-17 loss to eventual national champion Eastern Washington in the second round of the NCAA Division I Football Championship. The Redhawks played to a draw with the nation’s top-ranked team, tied 17-17 at halftime and trailed by only seven points entering the fourth quarter. Despite fighting until the final seconds, the Eagles scored 13 points in the fourth quarter to provide the final margin of victory and advance to the national quarterfinals. Early on, Joshua Jackson intercepted Bo Levi Mitchell’s pass on a 2nd-and-13 and ran 10 yards for a touchdown to tie the game at 7-7 with 3:05 left in the first quarter. Ohio Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Year Henry Harris scored on a 1-yard run to cap an 11-play, 83-yard march and give Southeast the lead at 14-7 with 4:14 remaining in the second quarter. Harris finished his career with 108 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries. Jackson had 15 tackles to lead the defense.

What a Year! It normally takes five years to build a program and the Southeast Missouri football team will not soon forget all the success it achieved throughout the 2010 season. What a run for the Redhawks, who flipped a 2-9 record from 2009 to a 9-3 mark in 2010. Southeast’s remarkable 6.5-game improvement led to the program’s first-ever Ohio Valley Conference title and NCAA playoff berth. Southeast ranked as high as seventh in the country before being voted 13th in the final Sports Network and Football Championship Subdivision Coaches Polls. The Redhawks were a Top-10 team for five-consecutive weeks.

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With Tennessee Tech’s improbable victory over Jacksonville State, the Southeast Missouri Redhawks were OVC Champions for the first time ever and clinched a berth in the FCS Playoffs. This was truly a historic moment for head coach Tony Samuel and his group of Redhawks!

Numerous records were broken and Southeast saw a major spike in home attendance. Southeast averaged 8,342 fans per game, an increase of more than 2,500 from the 2009 average attendance. The Redhawks also finished undefeated at home for the first time since joining the NCAA Division I ranks. The Cape Girardeau community rallied behind their beloved Redhawks and the story of Southeast’s turnaround did not go un-noticed. Henry Harris, who was named to several All-America teams and earned the OVC’s coveted Offensive Player of the Year award, finished fifth in the overall voting for the Payton Award, which recognizes the FCS’s National Player of the Year. Head coach Tony Samuel, after earning the OVC Roy Kidd Coach of the Year and AFCA Region 3 Coach of the Year awards, was

named the Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year. Southeast posted its first winning season since 2002 and third winning season since joining NCAA Division I in 1991. The Redhawks tied a school record for most wins in a season and held a nine-game winning streak, which at the time, tied for the longest in the FCS. The success Southeast endured on the field resulted in some outstanding accomplishments off the gridiron, as well. J.J. Sanchez was a Second-Team ESPN/CoSIDA Academic AllAmerican and Matt Scheible was a First-Team Academic All-District selection. Southeast also received the 2010-11 OVC Team Sportsmanship Award for football. Congratulations Coach Samuel and the 2010 Redhawks on an outstanding season that will linger in the minds of Southeast Missouri fans for ages.

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President Dr. Kenneth W. Dobbins

r. Kenneth W. Dobbins became the seventeenth president of Southeast Missouri State University on July 1, 1999 after serving as the University’s Vice President of Finance and Administration from 1991 to 1993, and Executive Vice President from 1993 until his appointment as president. He previously held several positions in higher education administration at Kent State University in Ohio. 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 River Campus. A comprehensive review of all academic and non-academic programs has been accomplished to maintain quality and minimize student fee increases in the face of significant state appropriation reductions. Southeast continues to be recognized nationally for many of its outstanding

accredited academic programs. For the seventh year in a row, Princeton Review recognized the Master of Business Administration program on its list of “Best Business Schools.” GetEducated. com listed Southeast #1 on the list of “Top 10 Ranked Best Values Online MBAs-AACSBAccredited”; Southeast is recognized in the top tier of the Midwest best regional universities in U.S. News Best Colleges for 2011; and Southeast was again named among the “Best in the Midwest” by Princeton Review. Additionally, StateUniversity. com ranked Southeast the safest college campus in Missouri. Enrollment has increased significantly since a 20-year-low in 1994 when some 7,900 students attended Southeast. In Fall 2005, enrollment topped 10,000 for the first time, and stood at more than 11,200 in 2010. Additionally, record enrollments in higher education have occurred in the University’s 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 placebound students in and near those rural communities. During Dr. Dobbins’ presidency, more than $250 million in capital construction and building improvement projects have enhanced the University. The Seabaugh Polytechnic Building and the $50 million River Campus were constructed. An innovation center and business incubator to promote entrepreneurship and enhance the region’s economy opened on the campus in 2005; Southeast dedicated its new, state-of-the-art David M. Barton Agriculture Research Center in 2009; two new 300-bed residence halls were constructed in 2002 and 2009; and the University currently is in the midst of $58 million in capital renovation, maintenance and repair projects including the renovation of the historic 105-year-old Academic Hall. 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 colleges and universities. In 2007, he was selected to serve a three-year term on the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) Board of Directors, an organization which represents over 420 public college and university members and more than 3.7 million students or 56 percent of the enrollment at all public four-year institutions. He was elected Secretary-Treasurer of the organization in 2008, and currently serves as chair of the AASCU Board. Also, for the past seven years, he has served as one of five faculty members for the AASCU New Presidents’ Academy. He previously served three years as president of the Ohio Valley Conference and is currently a member of the Conference finance subcommittee. In addition, he is a vice president of the executive board of the Greater St. Louis Council, Boy

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Scouts of America, and in 2010, he was awarded the Silver Beaver Award, the highest honor bestowed upon a Boy Scout volunteer by a council. 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. Dr. Dobbins and his wife, Jeanine Larson Dobbins, Founder and Director Emeritus of the Missouri Statewide Early Literacy Intervention Program based at Southeast, have a son, Paul, and a daughter-inlaw, Stacey, who are both Southeast graduates, and a grandson, Lincoln Kenneth Dobbins.

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Athletics Administrators (NACWAA). In 2000, she chaired Southeast’s Midwest Region and was a member of the AVCA Division I Top-25 Selection and All-America Committees. Gannon received her undergraduate degree in physical education (1985) and master’s in higher education (1987) from Southeast. She resides in Cape Girardeau.

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indy Gannon has been part of Southeast Missouri State University Athletics for more than 20 years. In 2011-12, Gannon will serve as interim Director of Athletics in addition to continuing her role as Senior Woman Administrator. Gannon was named to the position for the second time in her career after John Shafer announced his retirement following three years of service. Gannon officially began her duties as interim Director of Athletics on July 1 after completing her sixth year as Associate Director of Athletics and Senior Woman Administrator. As Southeast’s Associate Director of Athletics and Senior Woman Administrator, Gannon was in charge of event management, sports supervision, personnel recruitment and monitoring the department’s compliance with gender equity, while serving as an institutional representative to the Ohio Valley Conference. Gannon also led the efforts for the department’s NCAA thirdcycle recertification. This certification process evaluates the Athletic Department’s commitment to three operating principles outlined by the NCAA, including governance and commitment to rules; academic integrity; and gender/ diversity issues and student-athlete

well-being. Southeast delivered a report on its progress to the NCAA in April. Gannon has been the driving force behind other major events such as the Women’s Walk and Dig for Life which continue to grow each year. The Fourth Annual Women’s Walk reached record numbers and raised $30,000 for the Redhawk Athletics Scholarship Fund in 2011. Meanwhile, Dig for Life, which is a month-long campaign during the Redhawks volleyball season, brought in a record $22,000 a year ago. Gannon started this special foundation in 2000 after losing her mother to breast cancer. The campaign raises money to fund 200 local women for mammogram screening, who otherwise could not afford it. In addition, Gannon recently finished her fourth year as a member of the National NCAA Division I Volleyball Committee. A native of De Soto, Mo., Gannon started working at Southeast as a graduate assistant with the volleyball team. Three years later, she took over as head coach. Gannon was at the helm of the volleyball program from 1989-2004, where she compiled a 366-211 record and led Southeast to eight OVC Championships and four NCAA Tournament Appearances. Gannon was also named OVC Coach of the Year four times. Following her coaching career, Gannon remained at Southeast to work in athletic administration. She was last appointed interim Director of Athletics in October, 2008. Recognized by not only her peers for her exceptional coaching, Gannon was a recipient of the Southeast Missouri State University College of Education

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Torry Rollins Assistant Director of Athletics Finance

Brady Barke Assistant Director of Athletics Compliance

Joyce Penny Ticket Manager Student Accountant

Marcia Hendrix Assistant Ticket Manager Insurance

Sharon Burgard Director of Academic Services

Kent Phillips Coordinator of Facilities and Event Management

Alfred Castillo Head Athletic Trainer

Jeff Honza Sports Information Director

Rachel Blunt Compliance Assistant

Nate Saverino Coordinator of Marketing and Promotions

Jan Onderdonk Senior Administrative Assistant

Dr. James Champine Faculty Athletics Representative

Amanda Martin Assistant Athletic Trainer

James LeBine Multimedia Specialist

Robbie Rasco Equipment Manager

Natalie Williams Academic Services Assistant

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