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Meet the Coaches

Jacksonville State University

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The Conference History~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 214 2009 Composite Schedule ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 215

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Georgia Tech / Florida State~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Alabama A&M / Nicholls State~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Tennessee-Martin / Murray State ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Eastern Illinois / Austin Peay ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Southeast Missouri State / Tennessee Tech ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Eastern Kentucky / 2009 Travel Headquarters~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Series Scores ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

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Jacksonville, Alabama & Calhoun County ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Student Life~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ This is Jacksonville State ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Athletic Support Staff~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Strength & Conditioning Facilities and Staff~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Gamecock Club and Alumni Association ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Sports Medicine Facilities and Staff ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Academic Support ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Board of Trustees ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ JSU Athletic Directory~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ President Dr. William A. Meehan ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Athletics Director Oval Jaynes ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Traditions~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ State-of-the-Art Facilities ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Why We Are The Gamecocks ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

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Head Coach Jack Crowe~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 76 Assistant Coaches~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 78 Support Personnel ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 82 A Championship Staff~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 83 Why We Are The Gamecocks ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 84

Rushing Records ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Passing Records~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Receiving Records~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Total Offense Records~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Long Scoring Plays ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Scoring Records~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Miscellaneous Records ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Kicking Records~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Punting Records ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Return Records ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Defensive Records ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Miscellaneous Records ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ JSU on Television ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ NCAA Records/FBS Schools ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ JSU All-Americans~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Pro Signees/Super Bowl Players~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Academic Excellence ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Gamecock Season Openers~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Homecoming Records ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ The Last Time…~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Post Season Appearances~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Gamecock Playoff History~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ JSU’s All-Time Conference Championships ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Conference Statistical Leaders ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ SFL Honors / GSC Honors ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ OVC Honors~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Year-by-Year Coaching Records~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ JSU Head Coaches / Captains ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ JSU Coaching Staffs~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ All-time Lettermen ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ JSU Series Records ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ All-time Scores ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ All-time Series Breakdowns ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Glossary~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Gamecock Bowl History~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1992 NCAA Division II National Champs~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

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Meet the Gamecocks

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Coach Crowe’s Outlook~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 22 2009 Gamecock Roster ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 24 Depth Chart~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 26 Geographical Roster ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 27 2009 Football Signees~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 28

Game Summaries~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Final Team Statistics ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Final Individual Statistics ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Game-by-Game Statistics ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Game Highs (Individual/Team) ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Opponent Individual Game Highs~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Defensive Leaders~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

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A Championship Tradition ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 2 2003-04 Ohio Valley Conference Champions ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 4 Gamecocks in the Pros ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 6 Building for the Future ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 8 Paul Snow Stadium ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 10 2009 JSU Football Schedule~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 11 Media Policies~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 12 Quick Facts ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 14 All-OVC Team~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 16 JSU Sports Network~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 17 Getting to JSU ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 18 JSU Academic Services ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 19 JSU Media Outlets~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 20

Credits: The 2009 Jacksonville State University football media guide is a publications of the JSU Sports Information Department. It was compiled and written by Greg Seitz, Josh Underwood and Fred Sington with assistance from Colton Brown and Amy Gilmore. All photographs by JSU Photographer Steve Latham, with additional action shots courtesy of David Lann. A special thank to you to Wray Dillard of Wray Graphics in Florence, Alabama, for his design and layout. Printing by EBSCO Media in Birmingham, Alabama. © 2009 Jacksonville State University Athletic Department. All Rights Reserved. JSU is an EO/AA Employer.

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A Championship Tradition

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The 2008-09 season was another banner year for JSU athletics, as the Gamecocks claimed five Ohio Valley Conference championships to up its six-year total in the OVC to 37, which is 13 more conference titles than the next closest team. JSU had eight OVC Players or Freshmen of the Year, six NCAA All-Americans, 62 OVC All-Conference honorees, one NCAA Individual National Champion, two CoSIDA Academic All-District winners and three OVC Coach of the Year Awards. In addition, three teams represented JSU in the NCAA Championships during 2008-09, with the softball team becoming the first-ever OVC team to win a NCAA Regional Championship and advance to the NCAA Super Regional. The Gamecock rifle team also won the Air Rifle National Championship. JSU’s 37 conference titles over the last six seasons marks the most successful span in the JSU Athletic Department’s history.

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Conference Championships (73) Rifle (6): 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Football (11): 1974, 1977, 1978, 1981, 1982, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004 Baseball (12): 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1983, 1988, 1989, 2004*, 2005, 2006*, 2008 Women’s Basketball (2): 1991, 1993 Men’s Basketball (6): 1975, 1980, 1985, 1989, 1990, 1992 Volleyball (6): 1991, 1992, 2005*, 2006, 2006*, 2007 Men’s Tennis (8): 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 2005*, 2007, 2007, 2009 * Women’s Tennis (7): 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993 Men’s Golf (5): 1997, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007 Women’s Golf (4): 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 Softball (7): 1990, 1996, 2001, 2005, 2008, 2008, 2009*

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Since joining the Ohio Valley Conference prior to the 2003-04 season, Jacksonville State has solidified itself as the preeminent athletic program in the conference. The Gamecocks have won 37 conference championships over the last five seasons, more than any other team in the league, has seen eight of its 15 programs bring home various titles and combine for 20 trips to NCAA post-season play.

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Jacksonville State is the only school in the nation to lay claim to national titles in football, men’s basketball and baseball and is one of just two schools (Florida) to have played for a national title in each of those three sports.

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BACK-TO-BACK l Jacksonville State claimed the 2003 and 2004 Ohio Valley Conference Football Championships l Jacksonville State has made 12 NCAA Playoff Appearances

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l Jacksonville State has claimed 17 Conference Championships

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l Since 1996, the Gamecocks have appeared on television 58 times

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l Under Jack Crowe, JSU has been ranked 33 times in the Top 25

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l The Gamecocks have had a total of 46 players selected All-Americans

l Eight different Gamecock football players have participated in post-season allstar games

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Jacksonville State has a star-studded NFL past to remember. Over the years, the Gamecocks have placed numerous players on NFL rosters. Just a few former Gamecock football alums in the NFL include Dieter Brock, Keith McKeller, Eric Davis. McKeller played in three straight Super Bowls from 19911994, while Eric Davis played in Super Bowl XXIX. The Gamecocks also have Championships in the CFL with Dieter Brock and Montressa Kirby both winning the Grey Cup. JSU has also been represented in the AFL after Delvin Hughley played for the title with the Colorado Crush in 2005.

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The home for Jacksonville State football for the past 62 years has been Paul Snow Stadium and is currently in the midst of its third major renovation.

In 1946 as JSU began to change, enrollment begin to rise and so did the popularity of football. Seeing the need for a new facility, the school built a stadium in the present location and it was dedicated in front of an overflow crowd at the 1947 Homecoming game against Pembroke. The Gamecocks went on to win that game and posted a perfect 9-0 season, including a 7-0 win over Florida State. The “College Bowl” as it was called, got its present name in 1961. During Homecoming, the stadium was dedicated to longtime JSU supporter Paul Snow.

Paul Snow Stadium got a face lift in 1965 when seating was expanded from 5,000 to 8,500 and a new press box was installed on the north side of the facility. Under the supervision of long-time Athletic Director Jerry N. Cole, the field house was constructed in 1977 and the expansion of the stadium was complete in time for the 1978 season when the student section was added to bring the capacity to 15,000. Since Paul Snow Stadium opened in 1946, Jacksonville State has posted an incredible 230-92-8 record at home. Under Crowe, the Gamecocks are 31-15 all-time at home.

Paul Snow Stadium is currently in the midst of a $47 million expansion. The new facility will consist of seven stories, with the bottom four floors dedicated to nearly 400 dorm beds. The top three floors will include 33 luxury skyboxes, a new press area, coaches booths, radio and television broadcast facilities, and a game management booth. The stadium will also include the addition of 5,258 seats and will push the capacity of Paul

The natural playing surface at Paul Snow Stadium was replaced during the summer of 2005 to an artificial playing turf. It was the first major renovation to the stadium since the 1978 season. It took three monts to install at a cost of just over $700,000 and was completed in time to hold summer graduation on the new playing field.

Improvements in 2007 included two new scoreboards and the addition of “Gamecock Vision” a new video replay scoreboard. It is located in the east endzone and features a 14’ x 24’ ProStar VideoPlus Display that is one of the largest in the OVC. The video replay system utilizes the V-Link 4000 Video Processor and the Venus 7000 Controler. The scoreboard now spans 8’ by 48’ with LED Team Name Message Centers. On the Gamecock Field House, a new scoreboard was installed as Paul Snow Stadium becomes the only school in the OVC with two scoreboards. The new boards feature a state of the art control booth, located under the east end zone.

Jacksonville State’s first win in renovated Paul Snow Memorial Stadium came the hard way, in 1978, but it is one Gamecock fans remember well. The Gamecocks, facing the top defensive team in the nation, came up with several clutch plays to register a 10-7 victory over Southeastern Louisiana of Hammond, Louisiana.

Jax State used a touchdown pass from Mike Watts to Donald Young and a field goal by Rocky Riddle to down SLU. The first loss in the stadium came at the hands of Nicholls State earlier in the first home game , 19-17. JSU led 17-7, but two long scoring plays and a last minute touchdown cost JSU the win. The record for a single-game crowd for a football game at Paul Snow Stadium was set in 2003 versus Alabama A&M when 16,851 fans witnessed the Gamecocks claimed a 20-17 win over the Bulldogs.

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Long ago, in the days when Jacksonville State University went by Jacksonville State Teachers College and the athletic teams were nicknamed the “Eagle Owls,” football was played in a field next to John Forney National Guard Armory.

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Who was Paul Snow? A 1933 graduate of Jacksonville State Teacher’s College, Paul H. Snow loved his alma mater.

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A native of Birmingham, he played football with Jax State great Barto Hughes, but his real love was helping JSU grow and promoting the sport of football.

After graduation, Snow continued to promote Jax State by helping to recruit the Jefferson County area for students and by establishing scholarships for freshmen men.

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A teacher in the Jefferson County School System, Snow coached and taught math and science at Springdale

Junior High School. After 10 years in the classroom, he left education and started a real estate and insurance business.

An enthusiastic alumnus, Snow stayed in contact with his alma mater. In 1955, he was appointed to the State Board of Education and was the Alumni Association President from 1955-56. He remained in his State Board post until his death in 1957, at age 48. “He was a fellow authority,” said former JSU president Dr. Houston Cole. “He was a close friend of the University. Few graduates of Jacksonville State have returned more to the institution than Paul Snow.”


2009 Gamecock Football Schedule

*Ohio Valley Conference Game All Times CENTRAL

9/19/2009 at Alabama A&M Huntsville, Al. • 6:00 PM

10/10/2009 at *Murray State Murray, Ky. • 3:00 PM

11/7/2009 at *SE Missouri State Cape Girardeau, Mo. • 1:00 PM

9/5/2009 at Georgia Tech

9/12/2009 at Florida State

Atlanta, Ga. • 12:00 PM • ESPN 360

Tallahassee • 5:00 PM

9/26/2009 at Nicholls State Thibodaux, La. • 3:00 PM

10/24/2009 vs *Eastern Illinois Paul Snow Stadium • 1:00 PM

11/14/2009 vs *Tennessee Tech Paul Snow Stadium • 12:00 noon

10/3/2009 vs *UT Martin Paul Snow Stadium • 1:00 PM

10/31/2008 at *Austin Peay Clarksville, Tenn. • 6:00 PM

11/21/2009 vs *Eastern Kentucky Paul Snow Stadium • 12:00 noon


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The 2009 edition of the Jacksonville State University football media guide is a source of information for the news media covering the Gamecocks. News releases, photographs/slides/JPEGS, clips and film footage and other additional information will also be available to accredited members of the media upon request. Your host for Gamecock football is Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations Greg Seitz. Should you need any information, feel free to call any time, day or night. Seitz can be reached at (256) 7825279 (W) or (256) 435-2583 at home. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with Jacksonville State’s media policies. WEEKLY PRESS LUNCHEON—A press luncheon will be held each Monday of game week during the season. A short press conference with Coach Crowe will kickoff the day at 11:30 a.m. in the Jim Coxwell Social Room located in Gamecock Fieldhouse. After lunch, members of the football team will meet with the media until 2 p.m. If a specific player is needed, contact the sports information staff by Sunday to make arrangements for the interview.

Tuesday). Contact the JSU Sports Information Office for the telephone number and passcode.

Rick Christophel, Austin Peay Bob Spoo, Eastern Illinois Jack Crowe, Jacksonville State Tony Samuel, Southeast Missouri James Webster, Tennessee State Watson Brown, Tennessee Tech Jason Simpson, UT Martin Matt Griffin, Murray State Dean Hood, Eastern Kentucky

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(256) 782-5279 Fax: (256) 782-5958

IN-SEASON INTERVIEW POLICY—All of JSU’s football players and coaches will be available to the media throughout the 2009 season. Interviews should be arranged through the JSU Sports Information office. It is requested that player and staff interviews be conducted Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday afternoons of game week. The players and staff will be unavailable for interviews after Wednesday afternoon. In-person interviews will be conducted in either the Mayfield Room or on the practice field prior to the beginning of practice.

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(256) 782-5279 (256) 453-3377 (cell) gseitz@jsu.edu

PRACTICE ATTENDANCE—Practice times for the 2009 season will be approximately 3-5:30 p.m. Please notify the Jacksonville State Sports Information office if you plan to attend practices this season. Television stations and photographers may shoot the first 30 minutes of practice. Interviews at practice will be conducted 20 minutes prior to the beginning of practice. No post-practice interviews will be allowed without prior approval. THE PRESS BOX—The Jacksonville State University Press Box is for the working press only. No cheerleading will be allowed for either team. The Press Box is located on the north side of Paul Snow Stadium, with members of the print media being seated on the second floor. Also located in the Press Box are the coaches booths and filming booths (fourth floor) and the radio booths (first floor) and a television booth (first floor). The JSU Sports Information office will provide food and beverage approximately one-and-a-half hours prior to kickoff to all working media. PRESS BOX SERVICES—JSU’s Press Box is equipped with two telephone lines and a fax service. There will be no charge for these services, which are available for use on a first-come, first-served basis. A student assistant will be available to answer questions and handle any faxing necessary. Jacksonville State University uses “The Automated Scorebook” for football computerized statistics. Working media will receive a complete play-by-play, final team and individual statistics, drive charts, quickie stats at the end of each quarter, a gameday program, flip card and updated game notes. WEEKLY TELECONFERENCE—Jack Crowe will be available each Tuesday morning during the season at 10:14 on the Ohio Valley Conference coaches teleconference. Those participating in the call should dial in five minutes prior to the scheduled start (10:00 a.m. CST each

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(256) 782-5915 (256) 453-0545 (cell) underwood@jsu.edu

Fred Sington

Assistant SID

(256) 782-5377 fsington@jsu.edu

SID Mailing Address— Jacksonville State University Attn: Sport Information Director 700 Pelham Road North Jacksonville, AL 35265-1602 Office Location— JSU’s Office of Sports Information is located on the second floor of Bob and Lou Kennamer Hall, located on Pelham Road North, next to Stephenson Hall.


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CREDENTIALS—Press credentials for working media and photographers for Jax State’s home football games against UT Martin, Eastern Illinois, Tennessee Tech and Eastern Kentucky will be handled by Greg Seitz, Sports Information Director.

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http://www.jsugamecocksports.com The web site is updated daily and information on all 16 sports is readily available. Complete schedule, results, coaches and player information and conference information is accessible via the World Wide Web.

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The sideline control policy is as follows: (1) Only those photographers on assignment, including student and freelance photojournalists, are given credentials. In addition, each student publication will be issued one press and/or sideline photo pass. (2) Photographers must display their sideline photo passes at all times. If not, they may be asked to leave the stadium. (3) University personnel will be deployed on the sideline to ensure no abuses of these privileges. (4) Photographers are urged to shoot from the end zone to the 30-yard line on either side of the field and from either end zone. (5) Photographers and media should not linger in the bench area (between the 30-yard lines) at any time during the game. (6) Absolutely no player or coach interviews will be conducted during the game.

JSU ON THE INTERNET—Jacksonville State University’s Official Web Site can be reached at the following address:

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SIDELINE CONTROL—Jacksonville State University follows guidelines set forth by the NCAA in sideline control. The NCAA has established a sideline control policy to keep those areas free from congestion. Only those photographers on assignment will be given sideline passes.

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Spouses, dates and minors will not be permitted in the Press Box or the sidelines of Paul Snow Memorial Stadium. Any unauthorized use of credentials will result in revocation of credentials issued by Jacksonville State University and credential requests will not be honored for future JSU athletic events.

LOCKER-ROOM INTERVIEWS—The Gamecock dressing room is located in the bottom of the JSU Field House in the west end of Paul Snow Stadium. The visitors dressing room is located in the northeast corner of Paul Snow Stadium. Coach Crowe will be available in the JSU team meeting room approximately 10 minutes following the game. The Jacksonville State locker-room will be CLOSED, but players will be available in the team meeting room after a 15-minute cooling down period after the game. A member of the JSU Sports Information office will be on hand to help coordinate player and coach interviews. Players and coaches will be made available to members of the media in the Gamecocks team meeting room approximately 15 minutes after the game. No children are permitted in the team meeting room or the Gamecock dressing room.

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All credentials and press parking requests should come from sports editors, directors or anchors. Press credentials and parking passes will be given to writers in attendance of Monday press luncheons or mailed if the request is received on Monday morning.

MEDIA WILL CALL—Media or photo credentials which have not been mailed can be obtained at the Media Will Call window, located behind the press box at Paul Snow Stadium. Media Will Call opens two hours prior to kick-off.

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Jacksonville State University follows the guidelines set forth by the NCAA governing the issuance of credentials. Press Box passes will be issued to accredited sports writers of daily and weekly newspapers. Similarly, photo and sideline passes will be issued only to accredited members of the photo media working for newspapers and television stations. Press requests should be made to the Jacksonville State Sports Information office by Friday morning of game week and will be carefully screened to ensure a professional working atmosphere.

MEDIA PARKING—Media parking at Paul Snow Memorial Stadium is available on a limited basis. Requests for parking should be made when submitting press and/or photo credentials. The media parking area is located just behind the Press Box of Paul Snow Memorial Stadium on Treadaway Ave. and is on a first-come, first-served basis. The media parking area is accessible via Trustee Circle.

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RADIO RIGHTS—Jacksonville State University will provide one phone line free of charge to opponents wishing to broadcast. However, it is the responsibility of the visiting radio stations to have its flagship station call direct to the event location to establish the broadcast line. JSU will not permit outgoing telephone calls. Teams planning to broadcast should notify JSU Sports Information Director Greg Seitz of their intent no less than two days before the actual broadcast. The visiting radio phone number is (256) 782-5582.

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Jacksonville State University Jacksonville, Alabama 36265 1883 9,061 Gamecocks Red and White Paul Snow Memorial 15,000 Pro Grass Artificial NCAA Division I-AA Ohio Valley Conference Dr. William A. Meehan Oval Jaynes (256) 782-5365 (256) 782-8499

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Sports Information Dir. Greg Seitz SID Office Phone: (256) 782-5279 Home Phone: (256) 435-2583 Cell Phone: (256) 453-3377 SID Email: gseitz@jsu.edu Assistant SID: Josh Underwood Office Phone: (256) 782-5915 Assistant SID: Fred Sington Office Phone: (256) 782-5377 Football SID: Greg Seitz SID Office Phone: (256) 782-5279 Home Phone: (256) 435-2583 Cell Phone: (256) 453-3377 SID Email: gseitz@jsu.edu SID Fax: (256) 782-5958 Press Box Phone: (256) 782-5585 or 5586 SID Mailing Address: 700 Pelham Road North Jacksonville, AL 36265 Overnight Address: Gamecock Field House 700 Pelham Rd North Jacksonville, AL 36265 Web Site: www.JSUGamecockSports.com

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Head Coach: Jack Crowe Alma Mater: UAB (1970) Record at JSU (yrs): 57-42 (8 years) Career record (yrs): 71-72 (10 years) Football Secretary: Joy Brindle Football Office Phone: (256) 782-5365 Best Time to call: Mornings Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater) Position Dan Augustine (Baylor, 1999) Defensive Line Jeff Burrow (Cincinnatti, 1999) Wide Receivers Ronnie Letson (Ole Miss, 1999) Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Toby Norwood (Stanford, 1993) Cornerbacks Jimmy Ogle (Tennessee, 1999) Running Backs Adam Ross (Jacksonville State, 2003) Tight Ends/Recruiting Coordinator Scott Smouse (Appalachiain State, 2000) Offensive Line Max Thurmond (Jacksonville State, 2002) Outside Linebackers Greg Stewart (Troy State, 1988) Defensive Coordinator/Inside Linebackers Matt Wannebo (Hamline, 1982) Safeties Athletic Trainer: Jim Skidmore (256) 782-5369 Video Coordinator: Toby Norwood (256) 782-5371 Equipment Manager: Matt Wannebo (256) 782-5066

TEAM INFORMATION

2008 Overall Record: 8-3 Conference Finish: 6-2 (t-Second) Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 5-2 Letterwinners Returning Offense: 24 Defense: 21 Specialty: 1 TOTAL: 46 Letterwinners Lost Offense: 10 Defense: 10 Specialty: 2 TOTAL: 22 Starters Returning Offense: 7 Defense: 9 Specialty: 1 TOTAL: 17


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL

Quick Facts TEAM INFORMATION

RETURNING DEFENSIVE STARTERS (Pos/Ht/Wt/Cl) Jamison Wadley (RE, 6-3, 260, SO) Brandt Thomas (NT, 6-3, 295, JR) Santez Mays (LE, 6-1, 255, SR) Alexander Henderson (WLB, 6-1, 212, SR) Carnell Clark (SAF, 6-2, 183, SR) Antonio Bonner (SLB, 6-2, 245, SO) Andrew Ridgeway (OLB, 6-2, 230, JR) A.J. Davis (CB, 6-0, 183, SO) T.J. Heath (CB, 6-1, 170, SO)

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RETURNING OFFENSIVE STARTERS (Pos/Ht/Wt/Cl) Ryan Perrilloux (QB, 6-3, 223, SR) James Wilkerson (SE, 5-10, 190,SR) Curt Porter (LT, 6-7, 295, JR) Matt Jones (LG, 6-3, 310, SO) Reggie Wade (C, 6-1, 295, JR) Eric Johns (TE, 6-3, 240, SR) Alphonso Freeney (FB, 6-1, 220, JR)

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RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS Yards 368 206

Avg. 33.5 20.6

TD 7 2

PASSING Ryan Perrilloux

G 11

Com-Att-Int 187-297-13

Yards 2,318

Pct. 63.0

TD 10

RECEIVING James Wilkerson Eric Johns

G 10 10

Rec 32 18

Yards 516 188

Avg./Gm 51.6 18.8

TD 3 5

TACKLES Alexander Henderson Carnell Clark Morrell Jones

G 10 11 11

Tackles 103 66 58

For Loss 6.5-22 3.0-16 8.5-23

Sacks 1-3 1-8 1-2

Int. 0 2 0

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Attempts 117 32

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G 11 10

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RUSHING Ryan Perrilloux Brandon George

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2009 Gamecock football schedule Date

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Georgia Tech

Atlanta, GA

Sat.

9/12/09

Florida State

Tallahassee, FL

5 p.m.

Sat.

9/19/09

Alabama A&M

Huntsville, AL

6 p.m.

Sat.

9/26/09

Nicholls State

Thibodaux, LA

3 p.m.

Sat.

10/3/09

*UT Martin (Band Day/Family Day)

JACKSONVILLE

1 p.m.

Sat.

10/10/09

*Murray State

Murray, KY

3 p.m.

Sat.

10/17/09

OPEN

Sat.

10/24/09

*Eastern Illinois (Homecoming)

JACKSONVILLE

1 p.m.

Sat.

10/31/09

*Austin Peay State

Clarksville, TN

6 p.m.

Sat.

11/7/09

*Southeast Missouri State

Cape Girardeau, MO

1 p.m.

Sat.

11/14/09

*Tennessee Tech ( Preview Day)

JACKSONVILLE

12 noon

Sat.

11/21/09

*Eastern Kentucky (Hall of Fame Day)

JACKSONVILLE

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Preseason Football Predicted Order/All-OVC Team 2009 Preseason All-OVC Team

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OFFENSE QB - Cade Thompson, UT Martin RB - Brandyn Young, UT Martin RB - C.J. Walker, Eastern Kentucky WR - Mike Hicks, UT Martin WR - Derrick Townsel, Murray State WR - Walter Peoples, Southeast Missouri TE - DeAngelo Nelson, Murray State C - Reggie Wade, Jacksonville State OG - Chaz Millard, Eastern Illinois OG - Eric Ornella, Murray State OT - Derek Hardman, Eastern Kentucky OT - Joe Gibbs, UT Martin

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DEFENSE DL - Austen Lane, Murray State DL - Brandt Thomas, Jacksonville State DL - Chris Hall, Eastern Kentucky DL - Charlie Seivers, Tennessee Tech LB - Alexander Henderson, Jacksonville State LB - Daniel Becker, Austin Peay LB - Josh Bey, UT Martin DB - Kevis Buckley, Austin Peay DB - Carnell Clark, Jacksonville State DB - Eugene Clifford, Tennessee State DB - Taylor Lanigan, Murray State

Alexander Henderson

Carnell Clark OVC

SPECIAL TEAMS RS - Terrence Holt, Austin Peay K - Kienan Cullen, Murray State P - Doug Spada, Southeast Missouri

Preseason Offensive Player of the Year Cade Thompson, UT Martin

Preseason Defensive Player of the Year Austen Lane, Murray State

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL JSU Sports Network

The Jacksonville State Football Network continues to provide Gamecock Fans the best coverage of JSU Football throughout the southeast.

Parris is the Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing and Broadcasting at Jacksonville State University.

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The Jacksonville State broadcast team will be led by one of the most The Glencoe, Ala., native holds several school records, including career records in passing yards (7,145), attempts (1,027), completions experienced crews in the Ohio Valley Conference. (563), touchdowns (61) and he finished his career with 6,774 yards The “Voice of the Gamecocks” is Mike Parris, who called his first of total offense. JSU contest in 1983, enters his 27th year as the lead announcer of Jacksonville State sports. He handles all the play-by-play duties of Jacksonville State athletics radio broadcasts.

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Ed Lett begins his fourth season of providing color commentary on the Gamecock Football Ed Lett Network. Lett, a four-year lettermen and former JSU All-American, was named the Gulf South Conference Offensive Player of the Year in 1981 and again in 1982.

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In addition, the JSU Sports Network affiliates will allow Mike Parris Gamecock football to be heard in four southeast states and can reach a worldwide audience on the Internet at www.JSUGamecockSports.com.

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The anchor of the Gamecock Football Network is K-98 (WVOK-FM) in Oxford, Ala., and the Jacksonville State University campus station WLJS-FM 91.9. WKXX-FM, 102.9 FM, will once again cover northeast Alabama from Gadsden.

During his tenure, he has called some of the most historic and memorable games in Jacksonville Sate athletics history. He has called the four Jacksonville State national title games – football (1992), basketball (1985) and baseball (1990, 1991), plus other noteworthy contests.

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL Getting to Jacksonville State

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DIRECTIONS FROM BIRMINGHAM, ALA., TO JACKSONVILLE

l Take I-20 East towards Atlanta l Take the Hwy 21 North exit (No. 185) in Anniston/Oxford l Turn left onto Hwy 21 North towards Jacksonville l Drive 14 miles until you enter the city limits of Jacksonville l After you drive around the Jacksonville town square, go to the third red light and turn left onto Mountain Ave l Proceed on Mountain Ave. until the first street and turn right on Cole Drive l The football stadium is on the right

DIRECTIONS FROM ATLANTA, GA., To JACKSONVILLE

l Take I-20 West towards Birmingham l Take the Hwy 21 North exit (No. 185) at Anniston/Oxford l Turn right onto Hwy 21 North towards Jacksonville l Drive 14 miles until you enter the city limits of Jacksonville l After you drive around the Jacksonville town square, go to the third red light and turn left onto Mountain Ave l Proceed on Mountain Ave. until the first street and turn right on Cole Drive l The football stadium is on the right

DIRECTIONS FROM CHATTANOOGA, TENN., To JACKSONVILLE

l Take I-59 South towards Birmingham l Take the US 431 South Exit (No. 183) at Attalla/Gadsden l Turn left onto US 431 South towards Anniston l Proceed through Gadsden and stay on US 431 for 18 miles l Turn left on Hwy. 204 (Rudy Abbott Highway) l Proceed on Hwy. 204 for 12 miles l After you pass Rudy Abbott Stadium and Pete Mathews Coliseum, to over the hill and turn right on Forney Ave at the bottom of the hill (just across the Chief Ladiga Trail) l Follow Forney for approximately 1/2 mile, until you come to the 4-way stop and turn left l The football stadium is on the left

DIRECTIONS FROM CULLMAN, ALA., To JACKSONVILLE

l Take US 278 East towards Gadsden l Turn right on US 431 South when US 278 dead ends (approximately 50 miles) towards Anniston l Proceed through Gadsden and stay on US 431 for 18 miles l Turn left on Hwy. 204 (Rudy Abbott Highway) l Proceed on Hwy. 204 for 12 miles l After you pass Rudy Abbott Stadium and Pete Mathews Coliseum, to over the hill and turn right on Forney Ave at the bottom of the hill (just across the Chief Ladiga Trail) l Follow Forney for approximately 1/2 mile, until you come to the 4-way stop and turn left l The football stadium is on the left

DIRECTIONS FROM HUNTSVILLE, ALA., To JACKSONVILLE

l Take US 431 South (Governors Lane) out of Huntsville towards Gadsden l Proceed through Gadsden and stay on US 431 for 18 miles l Turn left on Hwy. 204 (Rudy Abbott Highway) l Proceed on Hwy. 204 for 12 miles l After you pass Rudy Abbott Stadium and Pete Mathews Coliseum, to over the hill and turn right on Forney Ave at the bottom of the hill (just across the Chief Ladiga Trail) l Follow Forney for approximately 1/2 mile, until you come to the 4-way stop and turn left l The football stadium is on the left

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Jacksonville 1041 JD&L Drive Jacksonville, AL (256) 782-0330

Best Western Anniston Oxford

US 78 & Hwy 21 South Oxford, AL (256) 831-3411

Hampton Inn Gadsden

129 River Road Gadsden, AL (256) 546-2337

Hampton Inn - Oxford

1600 Highway 21 South Oxford, AL (256) 835-1492

Holiday Inn Express

Anniston-Oxford 160 Colonial Drive Oxford, AL (256) 832-4041

Long Leaf Lodge at McClellan

74 Exchange Ave Anniston, AL (256) 820-9494

University Inn

1530 Pelham Road South Jacksonville, AL (256) 435-3300

Victoria Inn

1604 Quintard Avenue Anniston, AL (256) 236-0503


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL JSU Academic Services

The mission of the Jacksonville State Football Academic Center is to help each student-athlete achieve his maximum potential through academic, personal and career enhancement while upholding the standards of honor, integrity and professionalism at Jacksonville State University.

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The Football Academic Center is located on the second floor of the Gamecock Field House. The Center is a stateof-the-art facility equipped with the latest technology and is rated as the best in the Ohio Valley Conference among the football playing institutions.

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“The Academic Center was designed with the studentathlete in mind,” said JSU head coach Jack Crowe. “It is one of the most comprehensive academic support facilities in the Ohio Valley Conference.”

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Ensuring that our student-athletes are on the correct path to success is important to Jacksonville State. The Athletic Department employs two full-time academic advisors and the football program has a graduate assistant that works in the Academic Center seven days a week.

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Together, the staff monitors the student-athletes’ academic performance to ensure the continued fulfillment of progress toward degree requirements. This process includes academic progress reports during the semester and individualized academic planning for each student.

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All student-athletes are also required to meet with an academic advisory prior to registering for classes to ensure a class schedule that meets degree requirements and meshes with practice times.

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Each student-athlete meets regularly with the academic support staff. The meetings help solve problems concerning classwork and overall academic performance. The emphasis of the program centers on the idea of a “proactive” approach rather than a “reactive” approach. Coaches and academic advisors try to set the academic tone early and to be as thorough as possible in planning for each student-athlete’s academic success.

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL Media Outlets

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ALEXANDER CITY OUTLOOK P.O. Box 999 Alexander City, AL 35010 Phone: 256-234-4281 Fax: 256-234-6550 Website: www.alexcityoutlook.com Bryan Hallman, Sports Editor ATLANTA JOURNALCONSTITUTION P.O. Box 4689 Atlanta, GA 30302 Phone: 404-526-5794 Fax: 404-526-5977 Website: www.ajc.com Ernie Reese, College Writer ANNISTON STAR P.O. Box 189 Anniston, AL 36202 Phone: 256-235-3577 Fax: 256-241-1991 Website: www.annistonstar.com Al Muskewitz, JSU Beat Writer amuskewitz@annistonstar.com Bran Strickland, Sports Editor bstrickland@annistonstar.com BIRMINGHAM NEWS P.O. Box 2553 Birmingham, AL 35202 Phone: 205-325-2431 Fax: 205-325-2425 Website: www.al.com Tom Arenberg, Sports Editor tarenberg@bhamnews.com Mike Perrin, Small Colleges mike@mikeperrin.net CULLMAN TIMES 300 4th Ave. SE Cullman, AL 35055 Phone: 256-734-2131 Fax: 256-734-1020 Website: www.cullmantimes.com DECATUR DAILY P.O. Box 2213 Decatur, AL 35609 Phone: 256-340-2461 Fax: 256-340-2392 Website: www.decaturdaily.com Mark Edwards, Sports Editor DOTHAN EAGLE P.O. Box 1968 Dothan, AL 36302 Phone: 334-792-3141 Fax: 334-712-7979 Website: www.dothaneagle.com Jon Johnson, Sports Editor jjohnson@dothaneagle.com FLORENCE TIMES DAILY P.O. Box 797 Florence, AL 35631 Phone: 256-766-3434 Fax: 256-740-4717 Website: www.timesdaily.com Gregg Dewalt, Sports Editor gregg.dewalt@timesdaily.com FORT PAYNE TIMES-JOURNAL P.O. Box 349 Fort Payne, AL 35967 Phone: 256-845-2550 Fax: 256-845-8835 Website: www.times-journal.com Lew Gilliland, Sports Editor tjnews@times-journal.com

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GADSDEN TIMES P.O. Box 188 Gadsden, AL 35999 Phone: 256-549-2051 Fax: 256-549-2105 Website: www.gadsdentimes.com Jimmy Smothers, Columnist jimmysmothers@yahoo.com HUNTSVILLE TIMES P.O. Box 1487, WS Huntsville, AL 35807 Phone: 256-532-4430 Fax: 256-532-4262 Website: www.al.com Mark McCarter, Columnist Reggie Benson, College Writer reggieb@htimes.com JACKSONVILLE NEWS 203 Pelham Road North Jacksonivlle, AL 36265 Phone: 256-435-5021 Fax: 256-435-1028 Website: www.jacksonvillenews.com Jon Alred, Executive Editor news@jaxnews.com MOBILE PRESS-REGISTER P.O. Box 2488 Mobile, AL 36630 Phone: 251-433-1551 Fax: 251-434-8603 Website: www.al.com Randy Kennedy, Sports Editor Tommy Hicks, Columnist MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER P.O. Box 1000 Montgomery, AL 36101 Phone: 334-261-1522 Fax: 256-261-1521 Website: www.montgomeryadvertiser.com OPELIKA-AUBURN NEWS P.O. Drawer 2208 Opelika, AL 36803-2208 Phone: 334-749-6271 Fax: 334-749-1228 Website: www.oanow.com ROME NEWS-TRIBUNE P.O. Box 1633 Rome, GA 30162 Phone: 706-290-5252 Fax: 706-234-6478 Website: www.romenews-tribune.com Erik Green, Writer EGreen@RN-T.com SCOTTSBORO DAILY SENTINEL 701 Veteran’s Drive Scottsboro, AL 35768 Phone: 256-259-1020 Fax: 256-259-2709 Website: www.thedailysentinel.com David Defurio, Sports Editor TALLADEGA DAILY HOME P.O. Box 977 Talladega, AL 35160 Phone: 256-362-1000 ext. 145 Fax: 256-249-4315 Website: www.dailyhome.com TUSCALOOSA NEWS P.O. Drawer 1 Tuscaloosa, AL 35402 Phone: 205-345-0505 Fax: 205-349-0802 Website: www.tuscaloosanews.com David Wasson, Executive Sports Editor David.wasson@tuscaloosanews.com

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED 1271 Avenue of the Americans New York, NY 10020 Phone: 212-522-7586 Fax: 212-522-1001 Website: www.sportsillustrated.cnn. com Bobby Clay, College FB editor THE SPORTING NEWS 10176 Corporate Square Drive Suite 200 St. Louis, MO 62132 Phone: 314-993-7772 Fax: 314-997-0765 Website: www.sportingnews.com Tom Dienhart, College FB Editor USA TODAY 1000 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22229 Phone: 703-276-3761 Fax: 703-276-5505 Website: www.usatoday.com Wire Services ASSOCIATED PRESS RSA Tower 201 Monroe Street, Suite 1940 Montgomery, AL 36104 Phone: 334-262-5947 Fax: 334-262-7177 Website: www.ap.org/index.html John Zenor, Sports Editor SPORTS NETWORK 2200 Byberry Road, Suite 200 Hatboro, PA 19040 Phone: 800-227-7249 Fax: 800-227-0803 Website: www.sportsnetwork.com SPORTS TICKER Harborside Financial Center 600 Plaza Two Jersey City, NJ 07311-1300 Phone: 201-309-1300 Fax: 800-336-0383 Traci Tuohy, Sports Electronic Media – Radio ALABAMA RADIO NETWORK 244 Goodwin Crest Dr. Suite 216 Birmingham, AL 35209 Phone: 205-945-6781 Fax: 205-945-6748 JACKSONVILLE STATE SPORTS NETWORK 344 Goodwin Crest Drive, Suite 300 Birmingham, AL 35209 Phone: 205-945-4646 Fax: 205-942-2536 Matt Coulter, JSU Radio Herb Winches, CSS-TV Ryan Brown, CSS-TV WAAX-AM 570 P.O. Box 517 Gadsden, AL 35902 Phone: 256-543-9229 Fax: 256-543-3279 Carl Brady cbrady@tds.net WAVU-WQSB P.O. Box 190 Albertville, AL 35950 Phone: 256-878-8575 Fax: 256-878-1051 WERC-AM 960 530 Beacon Pkwy West, Suite 600 Birmingham, AL 35209 Phone: 205-942-9600 Fax: 205-942-2536

WGAD-AM 1350 P.O. Box 1350 Gadsden, AL 35902 Phone: 256-546-1611 Fax: 256-547-9062 WJOX-AM 690 344 Goodwin Crest Drive, Suite 300 Birmingham, AL 35209 Phone: 205-945-4646 Fax: 205-942-2536 Ryan Brown, Producer ryano4@earthlink.net WLJS-FM 91.9 700 Pelham Road North Jacksonville, AL 36265 Phone: 256-782-5571 Fax: 256-782-5645 WVOK-FM 1215 Church St. Oxford, AL 36203 Phone: 256-835-1580 Fax: 256-831-1500 Electronic Media-Television ABC 33/40 (ABC) P.O. Box 360039 Birmingham, AL 35236 Phone: 205-403-3340 Fax: 205-403-3343 Website: www.abc3340.com Mike Raita, Sports Director mraita@abc3340.com WBRC-TV 6 (FOX) P.O. Box 6 Birmingham, AL 35201 Phone: 205-322-6666 Fax: 205-320-2710 Website: www.fox6.com Rick Karle, Sports Director rkarle@wbrc.com WJXS-TV 24 Self Hall 700 Pelham Road North Jacksonville, AL 36265 Phone: 256-782-5133 Fax: 256-782-8170 Website: www.tv24.tv Mickey Shadrix, Sports Editor mshadrix@aol.com WVTM-TV 13 (NBC) P.O. Box 10502 Birmingham, AL 35202 Phone: 205-558-7345 Fax: 205-323-3314 Website: www.nbc13.com WAAY-TV 31 (ABC) P.O. Box 2555 Huntsville, AL 35804 Phone: 256-533-3131 Fax: 256-533-6616 Website: www.waaytv.com Mark Marcus, Sports Director WAFF-TV 48 (NBC) P.O. Box 2116 Huntsville, AL 35804 Phone: 256-533-6397 Fax: 256-533-1337 Website: www.waff.com Will Kennedy, Sports Director WHNT-TV 19 (CBS) P.O. Box 19 Huntsville, AL 35804 Phone: 256-533-1919 Fax: 256-533-4503 Website: www.whnt19.com NOTE: This is not meant to be a complete list of all Jacksonville State University information outlets. We have listed those who, on a regular basis, cover Gamecocks sports or carry Jacksonville State sports information.


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“We’ve never had a better situation, in terms of statistical players, than we do this year. Ryan (Perrilloux) is returning for his senior year and I have every expectation that he will compete at a high level. Behind him, we hope to have Marquis Ivory ready to play. I have an initial thought of having him play in every ball game.”

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Head Coach Jack Crowe’s Position-by-Position Outlook

RUNNING BACKS

“Possibly, running backs are going to be the bigRyan Perrilloux gest challenge for this football team. We have Brandon George returning and he had an incredible season. I’m anticipating him to continue improving. We added Jamal Young, a junior college running back, who led the Mississippi Junior colleges in rushing. He provides some big play potential. Without mentioning any more names, I will say that I expect that position to have multiple players.” FULLBACKS

Alphonso Freeney is returning for his third year as a starter. He is recovering from a non-surgical knee injury. We are also looking for the continued development of Calvin Middleton, who had a prominent role on this team last year. We also have Jahron Brown, who is a freshman. We’re anxious to see what kind of contribution he can bring to this team. ” TIGHT ENDS

“I’ve never been on a team that has this many play-ready tight ends. We have one senior, one junior, and one sophomore. They could dictate our personality offensively.” OFFENSIVE LINE

“We have a chance to make a considerable step forward with the offensive line because we have some players returning who have been

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in some games. However, we are not set on who the starting five are. We have an experienced center who could be an all-star candidate. We have an experienced offensive tackle in Curt Porter. Tyler Ogletree, Matt Jones, Tylor Chambers, Devon Hayes, Matt Washington, and Justin Kay could all potentially receive a spot in those next three positions.” WIDE RECEIVERS

“Wide receiver is a position of expected productivity. James Wilkerson is our returning starter. He has continued to improve to a level that might see him as an all-conference candidate. On the other side is a first-year player, but not a young player, named Greg Smith, who is a transfer from Georgia Tech. Greg had some good numbers for Georgia Tech as a sophomore. Those are two gameready wide receivers. We will also expect a lot from John Houston Whiddon, who is an extremely versatile player offensively. Others who might contribute are James Shaw, James Wilkerson LaRay Williams, Rayce Whiddon, and Alan Bonner.” DEFENSIVE LINE

“Our defensive line could be the best we’ve had in quite some time. We have a returning all-conference player in Brandt Thomas. I don’t know that we’ve ever had a returning all-conference player; that in itself says that we have hopefully a higher standard. Along with him we have Santez Mays and a mixture of other players competing for the remaining spots. They include Monte’ Lewis, Jamison Wadley, and Mike Ellis. We also have a group of young men who we feel are ready to take it to the next level and they are Rodney Garrott, Demetrio Tyson, and Brett Gloyd. We expect with all of this to have depth and be able to rotate people and to stay fresh in that area.”

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Head Coach Jack Crowe’s Position-by-Position Outlook

SPECIAL TEAMS

“Carnell Clark, who is an all-conference player, leads us in the secondary. We also have a very credible player in Josh Cain. I believe he could possibly be recognized post-season. At corner, we are seeing the development of two very fine players, T. J. Heath and A. J. Davis. Both of them played majority of the time last year and are still evolving into quality players. Depth is an issue because they’re all very young. Jason Horton, Keginald Harris, and Nick Johnson are all players who haven’t gotten their opportunity yet.”

“On special teams, we lost a senior kicker and punter that carried us the last few years. We have Patrick Tatum, who transferred to JSU from Auburn in the Spring. He has a lot of talent and we have confidence in him. The kicking job has no names to mention; it will be a game day decision. Patrick could possibly be kicking, too.”

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“We are improving in many areas, but nowhere is it more obvious than on the south side of our stadium. The magnitude of the improvement represents an intent to put a team of national credibility on the field. We have every intent and expectation that a team that plays in one of the top five stadiums in our country will themselves be a top five team.”

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL 2009 Rosters

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Greg Smith

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Atlanta, Ga.

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Jawaan Booker

WR

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Lanett, Ala.

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James Shaw

WR

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Odenville, Ala.

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James Wilkerson

WR

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190

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Crestview, Fla.

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Kevyn Cooper

WR

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197

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Warner Robins, Ga.

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Baylor Bennett

DE

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Alan Bonner

WR

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Antonio Bonner

LB

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Jawaan Booker

SO

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Jahron Brown

RB

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Rod Byrd

OLB

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Jamal Young

RB

5-7

175

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Josh Cain

DB

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Joshua Carroll

OL

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Jason Horton

DB

6-0

190

SO

Birmingham, Ala.

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Al Chamanzad

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Eric Johns

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240

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Hortense, Ga.

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Taylor Chambers

OL

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Ryan Perrilloux

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223

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LaPlace, La.

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Tylor Chambers

OL

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Marques Ivory

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235

SO

Warner Robins, Ga.

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Denzel Cheeks

DE

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Josh Cain

DB

5-10

190

SR

Wetumpka, Ala.

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Carnell Clark

DB

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Brooks Robinson

QB

6-1

176

FR

Opelika, Ala.

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Michael Clark

DL

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T.J. Heath

DB

6-1

170

JR

Alexandria, Ala.

55

Ricky Clemons

OL

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Alan Bonner

WR

5-11

168

FR

Newnan, Ga.

6

Kevyn Cooper

WR

17

Rayce Whiddon

WR

5-10

180

FR

Niceville, Fla.

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A. J. Davis

DB

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Robert Gray

DB

5-11

195

FR

Collinsville, Ala.

51

Kevin Dix

LB

19

Richard Freelon

RB

6-0

205

FR

Bruce, Miss.

41

Cole Doolittle

RB

20

A.J. Davis

DB

6-0

183

SO

Birmingham, Ala.

91

Michael Ellis

OL

21

La�Ray Williams

WR

5-11

190

SO

Elba, Ala.

47

Chris Findley

OLB

38

Juan Finley

RB

22

Brandon George

RB

5-11

195

SO

Lawrenceville, Ga.

19

Richard Freelon

RB

24

Nick Johnson

OLB

5-11

185

FR

Ft. Payne, Ala.

44

Cory Freeman

TE

25

Tiger Williams

CB

5-7

175

FR

Lincoln, Ala.

46

Alphonso Freeney

RB

26

Carnell Clark

DB

6-2

183

SR

Birmingham, Ala.

49

Rodney Garrott

27

Patrick Tatum

P

6-2

200

SO

Sylvania, Ala.

22

Brandon George

RB

28

Keginald Harris

DB

6-3

195

FR

Town Creek, Ala.

18

Robert Gray

DB

29

Calvin Middleton

RB

5-11

220

SO

Acworth, Ga.

56

J. J. Guthrie

LB

30

Michael Owens

DB

6-1

195

SR

Douglasville, Ga.

78

Devon Hayes

OL

31

Santez Mays

DE

6-1

255

SR

Newnan, Ga.

45

Alexander Henderson

LB

32

Jahron Brown

RB

5-11

220

FR

Powder Springs, Ga.

81

Justin Howard

TE

34

Andrew Ridgeway

OLB

6-2

230

JR

Fort Payne, Ala.

28

Keginald Harris

DB

35

Eric Russell

LB

6-2

202

SO

Prichard, Ala.

15

T. J. Heath

DB

9

Jason Horton

DB

36

Brandt Tolson

RB

6-0

195

FR

Anniston, Ala.

37

Justin Kirby

OL

6-0

240

JR

Douglasville, Ga.

38

Juan Finley

RB

5-9

227

FR

Opelika, Ala.

39

Matt Thompkins

LB

6-1

225

JR

Dallas, Ga.

40

Rod Byrd

OLB

6-0

230

SO

Tanner, Ala.

41

Cole Doolittle

RB

5-10

230

SO

Jacksonville, Fla.

42

Drec Lindley

RB

5-11

203

JR

Hiram, Ga.

43

Morrell Jones

LB

6-0

235

JR

Albany, Ga.

OLB

12

Marques Ivory

QB

10

Eric Johns

TE

24

Nick Johnson

65

Matt Jones

OL

43

Morrell Jones

LB

24

OLB


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL 2009 Rosters NO NAME

POS

HT

WT

CL

HOMETOWN

JR

Brewton, Ala.

45

Alexander Henderson

LB

6-1

212

SR

Mobile, Ala.

46

Alphonso Freeney

RB

6-1

220

JR

Dozier, Ala.

47

Chris Findley

OLB

6-1

190

SO

Alexandria, Ala.

48

Rylee Zalanka

LB

6-2

225

SO

Enterprise, Ala.

49

Rodney Garrott

OLB

6-1

255

SO

Huntsville, Ala.

50

Joshua Carroll

OL

6-2

290

SR

Kennesaw, Ga.

51

Kevin Dix

LB

6-2

260

JR

Carrollton, Ga.

53

Benjamin Puckett

OLB

6-0

240

FR

Marietta, Ga.

54

Antonio Bonner

LB

6-2

245

JR

Marietta, Ga.

55

Ricky Clemons

OL

6-5

288

FR

Flint, Mich.

56

J.J. Guthrie

LB

6-0

220

FR

Cullman, Ala.

57

Matthew Washington

OL

6-4

280

JR

Springville, Ala.

60

Sam Mills

OL

6-2

250

FR

64

Reggie Wade

OL

6-1

285

65

Matt Jones

OL

6-3

67

D.J. Lashus

OL

68

Justin Kirby

69

Alphabetical No. Name

Pos. OL

37

Justin Kirby

FB

67

D. J. Lashus

OL

90

Monte’ Lewis

DE

42

Drec Lindley

RB

95

David Maness

DL

31

Santez Mays

DE

29

Calvin Middleton

RB

60

Sam Mills

OL

69

Tori Mobley

OL

75

Tyler Ogletree

OL

Woodstock, Ga.

88

Andrew Oliva

PK

SR

Tuscumbia, Ala.

30

Michael Owens

DB

305

SO

Hoover, Ala.

11

Ryan Perrilloux

QB

6-2

280

FR

Dalton, Ga.

77

Curt Porter

OL

FB

6-2

249

SP

Douglasville, Ga

53

Benjamin Puckett

OLB

Tori Mobley

OL

6-3

280

FR

Columbus, Ga.

34

Andrew Ridgeway

OLB

71

Taylor Chambers

OL

6-3

280

FR

Hixson, Tenn.

14

Brooks Robinson

QB

72

Tylor Chambers

OL

6-3

290

SO

Hixson, Tenn.

83

Brandon Rogers

LS

73

Colt Kennedy

OL

6-6

300

FR

Nicholls, Ga.

35

Eric Russell

LB

74

Justin Kay

OL

6-3

290

JR

Vestavia, Ala.

4

James Shaw

WR

75

Tyler Ogletree

OL

6-1

295

JR

Griffin, Ga.

94

Ladirus Simmons

DL

77

Curt Porter

OL

6-7

290

JR

Fayette, Ala.

1

Greg Smith

WR

78

Devon Hayes

OL

6-5

310

SO

Lineville, Ala.

27

Patrick Tatum

79

Michael Clark

DL

6-2

270

SO

Smyrna, Ga.

92

Brandt Thomas

81

Justin Howard

TE

6-3

235

SO

Brewton, Ala.

83

Brandon Rogers

LS

6-2

205

SO

Opelika, Ala.

88

Andrew Oliva

PK

5-9

160

FR

Newberry, Fla.

89

Al Chamanzad

P/K

5-8

160

SO

90

Monte’ Lewis

DE

6-3

251

91

Michael Ellis

OL

6-2

92

Brandt Thomas

NT

93

Jamison Wadley

94

P NT

39

Matt Thompkins

LB

36

Brandon Tolson

RB

96

Demitrio Tyson

DE

64

Reggie Wade

OL

Southside, Ala.

93

Jamison Wadley

DE

SO

Abbeville, Ala.

57

Matthew Washington

OL

285

SO

Ashland, Ala.

7

John Houston Whiddon

WR

6-3

290

SR

Anniston, Ala.

17

Rayce Whiddon

WR

DE

6-3

260

SO

Gadsden, Ala.

5

James Wilkerson

WR

Ladirus Simmons

DL

6-3

315

FR

Hueytown, Ala.

21

La’Ray Williams

WR

95

David Maness

DL

6-3

250

FR

Rainbow City, Ala.

25

Tiger Williams

CB

96

Demitrio Tyson

DE

6-2

275

FR

Elba, Ala.

8

Jamal Young

RB

97

Denzel Cheeks

DE

6-6

215

FR

Swainsboro, Ga.

48

Rylee Zalanka

LB

98

Baylor Bennett

DE

6-3

255

SO

Auburn, Ala.

25

O VC

Colt Kennedy

HIS T O RY

73

RE CO RDS

OL

R E V IE W

Justin Kay

O P P O NE NT S

74

A BO U T J S U

245

COAC HE S

6-3

G AM ECO C K S

TE

O UT LO O K

Cory Freeman

INT RO

44


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL 2009 Spring Depth Chart

RE CO RDS

R E V IE W

O P P O NE NT S

A BO U T J S U

COAC HE S

G A MECO CK S

O UT LO O K

INT RO

Offense QB 11 12

Ryan Perrilloux Marques Ivory

FB

Defense 6-3 6-1

223 235

SR SO

End

31 Santez Mays 90 Monte Lewis

6-1 6-3

255 251

SR SO

Alphonso Freeney Calvin Middleton

6-1 5-11

220 220

JR SO

DT

93 Jamison Wadley 58 Michael Ellis

6-3 6-2

260 285

SO SO

TB 22 8

Brandon George Jamaal Young

5-11 5-7

195 175

SO JR

NT

92 Brandt Thomas 91 Michael Ellis

6-3 6-2

290 285

SR SO

SE

5 7

James Wilkerson 5-10 John Houston Whiddon 6-0

190 185

SR SR

FS

26 Carnell Clark 28 Keginald Harris

6-2 6-3

183 195

SR FR

FL

1 21

Greg Smith La’Ray Williams

6-1 5-11

190 190

SR JR

SS

13 Josh Cain 30 Michael Owens

5-10 6-1

190 195

SR SR

LT

69 75

Tori Mobley Tyler Ogletree

6-3 6-1

280 295

FR JR

SLB

65 Matt Jones 54 Antonio Bonner

6-3 6-2

305 245

SO JR

LG 65 74

Matt Jones Justin Kay

6-3 6-3

305 290

SO JR

WLB 45 Alexander Henderson 6-1 35 Eric Russell 6-2

212 202

SR SO

C

Reggie Wade Josh Carroll

6-1 6-2

285 290

SR SR

LCB

20 A. J. Davis 2 Jawaan Booker

6-0 5-11

183 180

SO SO

RG 71 78

Tylor Chambers Devon Hayes

6-3 6-5

280 310

SO SO

RCB 15 T. J. Heath 2 Jawaan Booker

6-1 5-11

170 180

JR SO

RT 77 67

Curt Porter D. J. Lashus

6-7 6-2

290 280

JR FR

ROV 51 Kevin Dix 49 Rodney Garrott

6-1 6-1

255 230

FR SO

TE

Eric Johns

6-3

240

SR

B

6-2 6-2

230 225

JR SO

6-0

190

SO

46 29

64 50

10

34 Andrew Ridgeway 48 Rylee Zalanka

HIS T O RY

M

9 Jason Horton

O VC

Special TEAMs

26

PK P

88 Andrew Oliva

5-9

160

FR

27 Patrick Tatum

6-2

200

SO

SNAP

83 Brandon Rogers

6-2

205

SO


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL 2008 Geographic Distribution Alabama (45)

Louisana (1) Ryan Perrilloux

Crestview Jacksonville Newberry Niceville Niceville LaPlace

Michigan (1)

Ricky Clemons Flint

Mississippi (2)

Richard Freelon Bruce Jamal Young Jackson

Tennessee (2)

Taylor Chambers Hixson Tylor Chambers Hixson

COAC HE S

1

A BO U T J S U O P P O NE NT S R E V IE W

2 45

26

HIS T O RY

2

RE CO RDS

1

O VC

Acworth Albany Atlanta Carrollton Columbus Dallas Dalton Douglasville Douglasville Griffin Hiram Hortense Kennesaw Lawrenceville Marietta Marietta Newnan Newnan Nicholls Powder Springs Smyrna Swainsboro Warner Robins Warner Robins Woodstock

James Wilkerson Cole Doolittle Andrew Oliva John Houston Whiddon Rayce Whiddon

G AM ECO C K S

Calvin Middleton Morrell Jones Greg Smith Kevin Dix Tori Mobley Matt Thompkins D. J. Lashus Justin Kirby Michael Owens Tyler Ogletree Drec Lindley Eric Johns Joshua Carroll Brandon George Antonio Bonner Benjamin Puckett Alan Bonner Santez Mays Colt Kennedy Jahron Brown Michael Clark Denzel Cheeks Kevyn Cooper Marques Ivory Sam Mills

Florida (5)

O UT LO O K

Georgia (25)

Abbeville Alexandria Alexandria Aliceville Anniston Anniston Ashland Auburn Birmingham Birmingham Birmingham Brewton Brewton Collinsville Cullman Decatur Dozier Elba Elba Enterprise Fayette Fort Payne Fort Payne Gadsden

Hoover Hueytown Huntsville Lanett Lincoln Lineville Mobile Odenville Opelika Opelika Opelika Prichard Rainbow City Southside Springville Sylvania Tanner Town Creek Tuscumbia Vestavia Wetumpka

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Monte’ Lewis Chris Findley T. J. Heath Donald Prince Brandt Thomas Brandt Tolson Michael Ellis Baylor Bennett Carnell Clark A. J. Davis Jason Horton Cory Freeman Justin Howard Robert Gray J. J. Guthrie Dewan Troup Alphonso Freeney Demetrio Tyson LaRay Williams Rylee Zalanka Curt Porter Nick Johnson Andrew Ridgeway Jamison Wadley

Matt Jones Ladirus Simmons Rodney Garrott Jawaan Booker Tiger Williams Devon Hayes Alexander Henderson James Shaw Juan Finley Brooks Robinson Brandon Rogers Eric Russell David Maness Al Chamanzad Matthew Washington Patrick Tatum Rod Byrd Keginald Harris Reggie Wade Justin Kay Josh Cain

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL

Name

POS HT

WT

Hometown

Previous School

Alan Bonner

5-11 168

WR

Newnan, Ga.

Newnan HS

Jahron Brown

5-11 220

RB

Powder Springs, Ga.

East Paulding HS

Denzel Cheeks

6-6 215

DE

Swainsboro, Ga.

Swainsboro HS

Ricky Clemons

6-5 288

OL

Flint, Mich.

Carman Ainsworth

Kevin Dix

6-2 260

LB

Carrollton, Ga.

Dodge City CC

Richard Freelon

6-0 205

RB

Bruce, Miss.

Bruce HS

Robert Gray

5-11 195 ATH

Collinsville, Ala.

Collinsville HS

Quatavius Jones

6-0 6-0

RB

McDonough, Ga.

Henry County HS

Colt Kennedy

6-6 300

OL

Nicholls, Ga.

Coffee County HS

David Maness

6-3 250

DL

Rainbow City, Ala.

Gadsden HS

Donald Prince

5-11 195

RB

Aliceville, Ala.

Aliceville HS

Lequintez Reynolds

6-1 230

LB

Troy, Ala.

Charles Henderson HS

Sylvestor Richardson

6-3 225

RB

Ashville, Ala.

Springville HS

Rayce Whiddon

5-10 180

WR

Niceville, Fla.

Niceville HS

Tiger Williams

5-7 175

CB

Lincoln, Ala.

Lincoln HS

O VC

HIS T O RY

RE CO RDS

R E V IE W

O P P O NE NT S

A BO U T J S U

COAC HE S

G A MECO CK S

O UT LO O K

INT RO

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL Baylor

Antonio

6-3 • 255 • Sophomore Defensive End Auburn, Ala. • Auburn HS

6-2 • 245 • Junior Linebacker Marietta, Ga. • McEachern HS

Bonner

Bennett

JSU OUTLOOK: Showed great improvement throughout spring practice…expected to help add depth at his position. JSU CAREER: Sat out the 2008 season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Auburn High School for Tim Carter…was an All-Region performer as a senior, when he finished with seven sacks, 34 tackles…had his best game of the year against Theodore…was named to the Opelika-Auburn News All-Area team… also lettered in basketball, where he won the Tiger Award…helped his basketball team to the area championship as a sophomore and senior…also lettered in baseball. PERSONAL: Full name is Baylor Bennett…son of Glenn and Carrie Bennett…born on Sept. 8, 1989…has one younger brother, Crew…major is undeclared.

A BO U T J S U

COAC HE S

GA MECO C K S

O U T LO O K

INT RO

98

Alan

O P P O NE NT S

Bonner 5-11 • 168 • Signee Wide Receiver Newnan, Ga. • Newnan HS

O VC

HIS T O RY

RECO RDS

R E V IE W

16

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Robert Herring at Newnan High School…was a first-team All-State selection as a junior and senior at wide receiver…finished his senior year with 54 catches for 1,100 yards and 15 touchdowns…had 1,932 career yards on 93 catches… was team captain…was named All-State by the Atlanta Journal Constitution and by CSS television…was a two-time All-District and All-Region performer and helped the Cougars win a pair of Region Championships…was an honor student. PERSONAL: Full name is Alan Bonner…son of Alvin and Wanda Bonner…born on Nov. 5, 1990…has two older brothers, Doran and Chris…major is undeclared at JSU.

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JSU OUTLOOK: Had a productive spring and will battle for the starting job at Sam Linebacker…expected to play a major role in the success of the defense. JSU CAREER:

2008: Appeared in all 11 games as a sophomore, earning the starting nod in six of the last seven games…finished the season with 31 tackles, 15 solo, including four for a loss…was credited with one quarterback hurry and one pass broken up…made four stops in his sixth start of the season against Tennessee Tech...credited with two assisted tackles against UT Martin (10/23)...third on the team with five tackles, three solo, and a tackle for loss against Murray State (10/18)...had three tackles, including one behind the line against Eastern Kentucky (10/11)...recorded two tackles against Southeast Missouri (10/4)...made his second start of the season against EIU, leading JSU with a careerhigh eight tackles, four solo, two tackles for loss and a pass breakup... credited with one solo tackle in the Chattanooga game (9/20)...made


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL two stops against Alabama A&M (9/6)...recorded four tackles, three solo, in the season opener at Georgia Tech (8/28).

2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

G

UA

A

2007 2008 TOTAL

5 11 16

5 15 20

2 7 16 31 18 38

Total

TFL

Yds

PD

FF

FR

1.0 3.0 4.0

1 4 5

0 1 1

0 0 0

0 0 0

Tackles

G

UA

A

Total

TFL

Yds

PD

FF

FR

2008

11

18

8

26

2.0

5

8

0

0

INT

G

No.

Yds

TD

Lg

2008

11

1

0

0

0

COAC HE S

Year

PERSONAL: Full name is Jawaan Deante Booker…son of Lavaria Booker…born on January 29, 1990…has one older sister, Tisha, and two brothers, Tae and T.J…his cousin, Marcus Pollard is currently playing in the NFL with the Atlanta Falcons…major is undeclared at JSU.

Avg/R Avg/G

0.0

GAMECO C K S

PERSONAL: Full name is Antonio Bonner…son of Frank and Robin Bonner…born on October 7, 1987…has one older brother, Frank…majoring in Business at JSU.

O U T LO O K

HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at McEachern High School for Jimmy Dorsey…was named to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11 team…finished the season with 60 tackles, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries before suffering an injury and missing the last four games…was a second-team All-Region selection…finished his career with more than 205 tackles…helped the Indians to a 9-3 record as a junior and a 6-5 mark as a senior.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Ronnie Sikes at Lanett High School… was an honorable mention All-State selection as a senior after recording 453 yards on 45 catches and scoring 15 touchdowns…also had three punt returns for touchdowns…was a first-team All-Area selection for three years…was named the Opelika-Auburn News Offensive Player of the Year in 2007…set a school record by scoring five touchdowns in a game as a senior vs Wicksburg in the second round of the state playoffs…was named team co-Most Valuable Player as a senior… was named Who’s Who Among American High School Students and was an honor student.

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2007: Saw action in five games as a redshirt freshman for the Gamecocks…made his collegiate debut on Sept. 15 at Memphis, when he also recorded his first collegiate tackle…ended the season with seven stops, five solo, one behind the line of scrimmage…recorded two tackles in a game twice, at Murray State on Sept. 28 and at Southeast Missouri on Nov. 17.

Eastern Kentucky game (10/11)...had four tackles, two solo, and a tackle behind the line against Southeast Missouri (10/4)...recorded one tackle in the Eastern Illinois game (9/27)...had a career-high four tackles and his first career interception vs. Chattanooga (9/20)...played in his first collegiate game against Georgia Tech (8/28) and saw action against Alabama A&M (9/6).

0.0 A BO U T J S U

Jawaan

O P P O NE NT S

BoOKer 5-11 • 180 • Sophomore Wide Receiver Lanett, Ala. • Lanett HS

R E V IE W

2

RE CORDS

JSU OUTLOOK: Worked hard in spring training to improve…will compete for a starting spot at wide receiver…will see considerable playing time on special teams. JSU CAREER:

HI S T O RY

2008: Saw action in all 11 games as a true freshman, earning the starting nod twice…finished the season with 26 tackles, 18 solo, one interception and seven pass breakups…recorded two tackles for a loss… earned his first career start on Nov. 1 vs. Austin Peay…had one solo tackle in the Tennessee State game (11/15)...recorded three tackles, two solo, versus Tennessee Tech (11/8)...tied a career-high with four tackles and set a career-high with three pass deflections versus Austin Peay (11/1)...recorded two tackles, one behind the line, and a pass break up versus UT Martin (10/23)...had two pass break ups against Murray State (10/18)...posted two tackles and a pass break up in the

O VC

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL Jahron

BROWN 5-11 • 220 • Signee Running Back Powder Springs, Ga. • East Paulding HS

Josh

5-10 • 190 • Senior Safety Wetumpka, Ala. • Edgewood Academy

O VC

HIS T O RY

RECO RDS

R E V IE W

O P P O NE NT S

COAC HE S

PERSONAL: Full name is Jahron Brown…born on October 6, 1991…son of James and Sharon Brown…major is undeclared at JSU.

A BO U T J S U

GA MECO C K S

O U T LO O K

INT RO

32

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at East Paulding High School for John Reid…was an first-team All-Region selection after rushing for 965 yard on 110 carries and 15 touchdowns as a senior…earned honorable-mention All-State honors…as a junior, averaged 9.7 yards per carry after rushing for 970 yards and 16 touchdowns…posted a career record of 33-6 after going 12-2 his sophomore year, 12-1 his junior year and 9-3 his senior season.

Cain

13

JSU OUTLOOK: Enters the fall as one of the staring safeties after an outstanding spring practice…will see significant playing time on special teams…expected to be a leader on the field. JSU CAREER:

2008: Played in all 11 games as a junior for the Gamecocks, earning his first career start at Tennessee Tech on Nov. 8…racked up 37 tackles, seventh on the team, including 18 solo stops…picked up two interceptions and two pass break-ups…made two solo stops against Tennessee State (11/15)...posted a career-high 11 tackles, one behind the line, and an interception versus Tennessee Tech (11/8)...had three tackles, two solo, against Austin Peay (11/1)...posted two solo tackles in the UT Martin game (10/23)...had one tackle and a pass break up versus Murray State (10/18)...credited with two solo tackles against EKU (10/11)...had two solo tackles against Southeast Missouri (10/4)...credited with one tackle against EIU (9/27)...recorded two tackles and had his first career interception in the Chattanooga (9/20) game...had a career-high seven tackles, five solo, against Alabama A&M (9/6)...recorded four tackles, three solo, and had one tackle for a loss of two yards in the season opener versus Georgia Tech (8/28). 2007: Saw action in all 11 games for the Gamecocks as a sophomore, mainly in a reserve role and on special teams…tallied 18 tackles, 15 solo, including one for a loss…also broke up one pass against Tennessee Tech on Oct. 20…recorded a season-high six tackles, all solo, in that TTU

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game, including his lone tackle behind the line of scrimmage.

2006: Appeared in 10 of the Gamecocks’ 11 games as a freshman…picked up 12 tackles, 11 solo, including one for a loss against Southeast Missouri on Sept. 16…recorded a season-best four tackles, all solo, in the season finale at Eastern Illinois on Nov. 18…returned five punts on the season for an average of 2.6 yards. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Edgewood Academy for Bobby Carr… earned four letters with the Wildcats…was a three-year starter…named All-State as a senior after rushing for a school record 1405 yards and led Elmore County with 148 tackles on defense…finished with 2094 all-purpose yards with 20 touchdowns…helped team to the AISA state runner-up his senior year and was named the Montgomery Advertiser AISA Metro Player of the Year…lettered in basketball for two years…also lettered in powerlifting, where he tied AISA state record for 165 pound class in squat with over 400 pounds while inning both squad and bench press events…won the inaugural Joe Sewell Memorial Award, presented to the Male Athlete of the Year in Elmore County. PERSONAL: Full name is Joshua Michael Cain…son of Mike and Tina Cain…born on November 7, 1986…nickname is Spray Paint…has one younger brother, Brian…majoring in Computer Science at JSU.


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL SENIOR Josh Cain

INT RO O U T LO O K GAMECO C K S COAC HE S A BO U T J S U O P P O NE NT S R E V IE W RE CORDS

UA

Total

TFL

10 11 11 32

11 1 15 3 18 19 44 23

12 18 37 67

1.0 1.0 1.5 3.5

INT

G

No. Yds

TD

Lg

Avg/R

Avg/G

2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

10 11 11 32

0 0 0 0

0 0 15 15

0.0 0.0 8.5 8.5

0.0 0.0 1.5 0.5

0 0 2 2

A

0 0 17 17

Yds PD

1 2 3 6

0 1 4 5

FF

FR

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

O VC

G

2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

HI S T O RY

Year

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL as a junior…named to the Chattanooga Times Free Press Best of the Preps in 2007…was an honor student.

Rod

BYRD 6-0 • 230 • Sophomore Outside Linebacker Tanner, Ala. • Tanner HS

JSU OUTLOOK: Showed great improvement throughout spring practice…expected to help add depth as his position.

6-2 • 290 • Senior Center Kennesaw, Ga. • Kennesaw Mountain

50

2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Laron White at Tanner High School…was a First-Team All-Area selection in 2006 and AllCounty as a senior…finished with 33 catches for 418 yards and five touchdowns as a senior, highlighted by an 85-yard touchdown reception vs Hatton in 2006…named to the Decatur Daily All-Area team… team posted a 10-3 record his junior season and 10-2 his senior year. PERSONAL: Full name is Roderick Cordell Byrd…born Nov. 9, 1988...son of Willie and Mary Byrd…has a sister, Candace…undeclared major.

Tackles

G

UA

A

2008

4

0

4

Total TFL-YDS Sacks PD

4

0 – 0.0 0 – 0.0 0

FF FR

0

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2008: Played in eight games as a reserve offensive lineman and deep snapper…totaled 23 snaps with 15 positive plays for 65 percent on the season…graded 75 percent on pass plays and did not allow a sack… had two pancakes and three knockdowns… 2007: Saw action as the long snapper in all 11 games as a sophomore.

Taylor

CHAMBERS 6-3 • 280 • Freshman-RS Offensive Lineman Hixson, Tenn. • Red Bank HS

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Carroll

2008: Saw action as a reserve outside linebacker in four games, totaling four tackles with a fumble recovery…recorded a season-high three tackles and recovered a fumble against Alabama A&M (9/6)…had one stop in the Tennessee Tech game (11/8).

JSU OUTLOOK: Worked hard in the spring and continues to improve with each practice…should help add depth at the offensive guard position. JSU CAREER:

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PERSONAL: Full name is Taylor Lawrence Chambers…born on August 2, 1989…son of Terry and Martha Chambers…has one older brother, PVT Era Chambers, and a twin brother, Tylor that also plays football for JSU…major is undeclared.

2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Tim Daniels at Red Bank High School as a junior and senior and helped the Lions to a 24-2 record… played two years at Lakeview High School in Ft. Oglethorpe…was a three-year starter…graded out at 90 percent and had 27 pancake blocks and 59 knockdowns as a senior to earn All-Region honors… was a five-time Player of the Week…also earned All-Region honors

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2006: Saw action in all 11 games in a reserve role on the offensive line and played a large role the JSU special teams…had one tackle vs. Furman on 9/2.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Kennesaw Mountain High School from 2004 and 2005 for Scott Jones…played his sophomore season as Osborne High School.

PERSONAL: Full name is Joshua Carroll…son of Ben and Linda Carroll…born on December 10, 1987…has one brother, Ben, and one sister, Amanda… majoring in technology.


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL

SENIOR Joshua carroll

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL Carnell

CLARK 6-2 • 183 • Senior Safety Birmingham, Ala. • Parker HS

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2009 Preseason All-America (The Sports Network) 2009 Preseason All-America (Lindy’s)

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2009 CSN Fabulus 50 2009 Preseason All-Ohio Valley Conference 2008 Associated Press All-America (third-team) 2008 All-America Honorable Mention (College Sports Network)

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2008 All-Ohio Valley Conference (first team) OVC Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 30, 2007) JSU OUTLOOK: Enters the fall as the No. 1 safety for the Gamecocks…worked hard during the spring to improve his game…expected to be one of the leaders of the Gamecock defense. JSU CAREER: 2008: Started all 11 games in the defensive backfield for the Gamecocks as a junior…earned First-Team All-OVC honors, was a Third-Team All-America selection by the Associated Press, and Honorable Mention All-American by the Sports Network and a College Sports Network Fabulous 50 Selection… was second on the team with 66 tackles, 38 solo, including a sack and four stops for a loss…had two interceptions and recovered three fumbles while forcing another…also blocked a kick and broke up five passes…recorded seven solo tackles, including one sack for eight yards against Tennessee State (11/15)...posted seven tackles, three solo, with one fumble forced and a fumble recovery versus Tennessee Tech (11/8)...registered 10 tackles, six solo, and intercepted a pass versus Austin Peay (11/1)...posted four tackles, two solo, versus UT Martin (10/23)...recorded four tackles, three solo, and a pass break up against Murray State (10/18)...made a career-high 13 tackles, with six solo against Eastern Kentucky (10/11)...intercepted his first pass of the season and had one tackle vs. SEMO (10/4)...registered three tackles with a fumble recovery and a pass breakup versus Eastern Illinois (9/27)...his fumble recovery stopped Eastern Illinois on its opening drive of the game inside the JSU 20 yardline..credited with

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three solo tackles against UTC (9/20)...posted his second consecutive seven tackle game, including one for a loss of 10 yards versus Alabama A&M (9/6)...tied for the team-high with seven tackles and had a fumble recovery versus Georgia Tech in the season opener. 2007: Appeared in all 11 games as a sophomore for the Gamecocks, earning the starting nod in the final 10…finished the season ranked fifth on the team in tackles with 46, 36 solo… intercepted two passes, tying him for the team lead, and broke up a team-best seven passes…forced two and recovered one fumble... had five tackles vs. Alabama State...forced and recovered his first career fumble vs. Memphis...had three tackles vs. EKU...recorded a career-high 12 tackles, 11 solo, with an interception and forced fumble vs. Murray State to earn OVC Defensive Player of the Week honors...had four tackles in JSU’s 27-24 win over UTM, including the final pass break-up in the endzone with 11 seconds to play...had five tackles at Samford and one pass break-up...had four tackles and one pass break-up against EIU. 2006: Appeared in all 11 games for the Gamecocks as a freshman…tallied 31 tackles, 26 solo and five assisted, including one for a loss…also broke up four passes…picked up a career-best 10 tackles, all solo, and broke up two passes against Murray State on Oct. 5…recorded five tackles in a game twice, against Southeast Missouri on Sept. 16 and at Eastern Illinois on Nov. 18…picked up his lone tackle behind the line of scrimmage in the SEMO game. HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Parker High School…was a fouryear lettermen…was an All-State honorable mention safety as a senior after helping the Thundering Herd to an 8-4 record as his team advanced to the second round of the state playoffs…finished with 78 tackles and five interceptions as a senior…team finished 10-2 his junior year, where he recorded 54 tackles and a pair of interceptions…also lettered in basketball and track…was named team MVP for track. PERSONAL: Full name is Carnell Clark…born on June 2, 1987…son of Carmel Clark…has one older brother, Brodrick, who played at Louisville…majoring in Sociology/Recreation at JSU. Tackles

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31 46 66 143

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0 0 0 9 0 14 0 14

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2 4 0 9 16 7 18 20

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0.0 0.8 1.3 0.7

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SENIOR Carnell Clark

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL TYLOR

michael

6-3 • 290 • Sophomore Offensive Lineman Hixson, Tenn. • Red Bank HS

6-2 • 270 • Sophomore Defensive Lineman Smyrna, Ga. • North Gwinnett

CHAMBERS

JSU CAREER:

2008: Played in four games as a reserve offensive lineman… played 143 snaps, grading 73 percent on pass plays and totaled 25 knockdowns on the season…registered 10 knockdowns against Alabama A&M (9/6)…graded a season-best 67 percent versus Southeast Missouri (10/4).

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Tim Daniels at Red Bank High School as a junior and senior, and helped the Lions to a 24-2 record… played two years at Lakeview High School in Ft. Oglethorpe…was a three-year starter…was named Class 4A All-State as a senior after recording 36 pancake blocks and 63 knockdowns…was team captain in 2007…was selected to play in the East-West Tennessee All-Star game…was named All-Region Lineman of the Year as a senior and also selected to the 4A Dream Team…was an All-Region selection as a junior and named to the Best of the Preps in 2006…was an honor student. PERSONAL: Full name is Tylor Lynn Chambers…born on August 2, 1989…son of Terry and Martha Chambers…has one older brother, PVT Era Chambers, and a twin brother, Taylor that also plays football for JSU…major is undeclared.

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JSU OUTLOOK: Showed great improvement throughout spring practice…projected starting right guard entering fall camp.

Denzel

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Cheeks 6-6 • 215 • Signee Defensive End Swainsboro, Ga. • Swainsboro HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Scott Roberts at Swainsboro High School…finished season with more than 90 tackles and had his best game of the year vs Vidalia, where he had 10 tackles, including seven solo stops…was an honorable mention All-Region selection…team captain…also lettered in basketball and track.

PERSONAL: Full name is Denzel Dhequez Cheeks…son of LaWanda Bell and Kelvin Cheeks…born on March 16, 1991…has one older sister, Netris, and one younger sister, Kim…his cousin, Dewight Smith, currently plays football at Middle Tennessee…major is undeclared at JSU.

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JSU CAREER: 2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Campbell High School for Kyle Hockman…was a three-year letterman…as a senior, helped the Spartains to a 9-3 record as team advanced to the second round of the state playoffs. PERSONAL: Full name is Michael Jacob Clark…son of Jacob and Brenda Clark…born on August 29, 1989…his cousin, Deon Butler, played football at Penn State…majoring in Exercise Science at JSU.

RICKY

CLEMONS 6-5 • 288 • Freshman Offensive Lineman Flint, Mich. • Carman Ainsworth HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped for Nate Williams at CarmanAinsworth High School in Flint, Mich…was a first-team AllState selection as a senior and was named the offensive line Most Valuable Player…a three-year starter…was named to the Michigan All-Star West squad…won team’s strongest lineman award as a junior…also lettered in track and field, competing in the shot putt and discus, where he was an All-State selection… won the state championship as a senior in 2008 and was regional champions his junior year…mobile for his size and is very strong. PERSONAL: Full name is Ricky Clemons…son of Richard and Jackie Clemons…born on March 17, 1991…has one older sister, Richelle, and one older brother, Richard…his uncle, Andrew Johnson, Jr., played in the NFL for the San Francisco 49ers… major is undeclared at JSU.


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL KEVYN

COOPER 6-1 • 197 • RS-Freshman Wide Receiver Warner Robins, Ga. • Northside HS

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2008

11

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30

11

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41

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3

3

0

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2

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9

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A.J.

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DAVIS 6-0 • 183 • Sophomore Cornerback Birmingham, Ala. • Clay-Chalkville HS

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2008 OVC All-Newcomer Team

OVC Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 21, 2008)

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JSU OUTLOOK: Finished the spring as the starter in the Gamecock defensive backfield…will also see playing time on special teams… worked hard to improve his skills in the spring. JSU CAREER:

2008: Played in all 11 games as a redshirt freshman for the Gamecocks, starting nine…picked up 41 tackles to finish sixth on the team in that category, one that included 27 solo stops and three behind the line of scrimmage…was an OVC All-Newcomer selection after leading the team and was seventh in the OVC with three interceptions, while breaking up six passes…credited with two tackle assists against

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PERSONAL: Full name is Adrian Jarrell Davis…son of Angela Davis…major is undeclared at JSU.

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PERSONAL: Full name is Kevyn Daniell Cooper…son of Sultan and LaShan…born on October 16, 1989…played high school ball with JSU teammate Marquis Ivory…major is undeclared at JSU.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Clay-Chalkville High School for John Holladay…was selected to the Region 7 All-Region team and named All-Metro by the Birmingham News…had 28 tackles, six pass breakups, three interceptions for 73 yards as a senior…also returned kicks, where he had 12 returns for 277 yards, with a long return of 78 yards…led the Cougars to back-to-back Region Championships in 2005 and 2006.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Northside High School in Warner Robins (Ga.) for Conrad Nix and never lost a high school football game after winning 30 straight, including back-to-back state championships…the Eagles finished ranked No. 7 in the country in 2007… finished with 582 yards on 29 catches and five touchdowns as a senior and led the team with a 20.1 yards per reception average…was named team’s Best Receiver as a senior…was a first-team All-District selection as a senior and was a second-team All-Region performer… finished his career with 952 yards on 55 receptions and eight touchdowns…posted his best game of the season with 187 yards on five catches to help the Eagles to a 31-28 win over Tucker in the semifinal round of the state playoffs as team rallied from a 21-point deficit…was named Who’s Who Among American High School Students.

2007: Sat out the season with a redshirt

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JSU CAREER: Sat out the 2008 season as a redshirt

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JSU OUTLOOK:: Coming off a redshirt year and will have an opportunity to move into the wide receiver rotation for 2009…will also be counted on to contribute with special teams because of his size and versatility.

Tennessee State (11/15)...had three tackles, two solo, and had one pass break up at Tennessee Tech (11/8)...credited with six tackles, five solo, and a career-high two pass break ups against Austin Peay (11/1)...recorded two solo tackles and a pass break up versus UT Martin (10/23)...had six solo tackles, one interception and a pass deflection against Murray State (10/18)...registered four tackles, three solo, and had one stop behind the line versus Eastern Kentucky (10/11)...second on the team with seven tackles, including one tackle for loss against Southeast Missouri (10/4)...credited with two assisted tackles in his fourth career start against Eastern Illinois (9/27)...was named OVC Defensive Player of the Week after intercepting a careerhigh two passes and had one tackle against Chattanooga (9/20),..tied a season and career-high with four tackles, all solo, against Alabama A&M (9/6)...made his first collegiate start against Georgia Tech (8/28), finishing with four tackles, three solo, and recovered a fumble.

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL finished with a bronze medal his freshman year in the 15-and-under class.

Kevin

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6-2 • 260 • Junior Linebacker Carrollton, Ga. • Dodge City CC

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PERSONAL: Full name is Matthew Cole Doolittle…son of Bill and Sandra Doolittle… born on Aug. 26, 1988…has one brother, Clayton…majoring in marketing at JSU.

JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played two years at Dodge City Community College for Bob Majeski…played in all nine games as a sophomore and was third on the team with 78 tackles, including 38 solo stops… led team with six sacks for a loss 37 yards…finished season with 11 tackles for loss, tops on the team…had one interception, which he returned for 12 yards…as a freshman, played in all nine games and finished with 53 tackles, including 33 solo stops…was second on the team with 6.5 sacks for 48 yard loss…led team with 15 tackles for loss…forced two fumbles.

HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped for Rayvan Teague at Carrollton High School…was named Most Valuable Defensive Player and team captain after helping the Trojans post a 10-1 record and advance to the state playoffs as a senior…finished the 2005 season with 59 tackles, including 16 for loss, and a team-high 11 sacks…also rushed for five touchdowns…team finished with a 12-1 record in 2004 and advanced to the third round of the state playoffs…holds the Georgia High School record for Triple Jump at 47 feet, 8 inches.

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Ellis

6-2 • 285 • Sophomore Outside Linebacker Ashland, Ala. • Clay County HS

2008: Saw limited action in 10 games as a reserve and on special teams…

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Coach Danny Horn at Clay County High School.

PERSONAL: Full name is Michael Ellis...son of Linda Simmons... born Dec. 16, 1988...majoring in communications.

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6-1 • 190 • Sophomore Outside Linebacker Alexandria, Ala. • Alexandria HS

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5-10 • 230 • Sophomore Fullback Jacksonville, Fla. • The Bolles School

JSU OUTLOOK: Worked hard in the spring to improve his game… expected to add depth at the fullback position…could be a factor on special teams. JSU CAREER

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JSU CAREER:

2008: Saw limited action…had his best game versus Eastern Kentucky, where he blocked a punt that led to a Gamecock touchdown. 2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at The Bolles School for Corkey Rogers… was a four-year letterman…earned second-team All-State honors as a senior and recording 112 tackles and 10 sacks…helped the Bulldogs to a 14-0 record and a State Championship as a senior…team posted an incredible 37-2 record over his last three years (14-0, 13-1, 10-1)… also lettered in baseball and weightlifting, where he was the state runner-up in 238-pound class as a senior…was a three-time national qualifier for USA Weightlifting in the school-age championship and

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JSU OUTLOOK: Showed great improvement throughout spring practice…expected to see a great deal of playing time this fall, especially on special teams. JSU CAREER:

2008: Saw limited action in five games, making his JSU debut against Alabama A&M (9/6). 2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Larry Ginn at Alexandria High School…had a four-year record of 49-6…registered 119 tackles and 96 assists with a pair of interceptions as a senior and also rushed for 594 yards on 29 carries and had 409 receiving yards on 32 catches…was an All-Area selection as a junior


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2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at W.S. Neal High School for three years for Shane Smothers…played with JSU tight end Justin Howard.

PERSONAL: Full name is Cory Levi Freeman...son of Lee Freeman...born on January 26, 1987...has two younger brothers, Bobby and James...majoring in physical education at JSU. Receptions

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15 9 24

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PERSONAL: Full name is Chris Howell Findley…son of Steve and Kim Findley…born on August 31, 1988…has one older brother, Dale, and one younger sister, Casey…majoring in pre-business.

pancake blocks versus Murray State.

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6-0 • 205 • Freshman Running Back Bruce, Miss. • Bruce HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played for James Ray at Bruce High School… rushed for 5,581 rushing yards and 55 touchdowns…set the school rushing record his junior season…was a first-team All-State selection as a senior, while also earned All-District and All-Region honors… named team Most Valuable Player…also lettered in track, where he ran the 4x100 relay…was an honor student and Who’s Who Among American High School Students.

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PERSONAL: Full name is Richard Montez Freelon…son of Olivia Gaston and Richard Tuggle…born on October 5, 1989…major is undeclared at JSU.

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6-3 • 245 • Junior Tight End Brewton, Ala. • W.S. Neal HS

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JSU OUTLOOK: Had a productive spring…improved his blocking skills and made strides in the passing game…should help add depth to his position. JSU CAREER:

2008: Saw action in 10 games…finished the year with two catches for 10 yards…had a reception against Georgia Tech and at Tennessee Tech (11/8)…made on assisted tackle against Austin Peay (11/1)… finished the season with 11 pancake blocks and nine knock downs. 2007: Played in nine games at tight end…made one catch for 15 yards in win over Murray State …also had six knockdowns and three

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL Alphonso

FREEney

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6-1 • 220 • Junior Fullback Dozier, Ala. • Straughn HS

JSU OUTLOOK: Missed most of the spring with an injury…enters the fall as the starting fullback.

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JSU CAREER:

2008:Played in 10 games, drawing eight starts…rushed 29 times for 169 yards and two touchdowns and caught six passes for 23 yards and a touchdown…started the season opener against Georgia Tech (8/28), recording four stops, two solo on the night… scored his first touchdown of the season while rushing four times for 14 yards against Alabama A&M (9/6)... carried the ball three times for 19 yards against Chattanooga (9/20)... rushed for career-high 68 yards on seven attempts and had a career-long 45-yard on JSU’s first touchdown drive against Eastern Illinois (9/27)... rushed two times for two yards versus Eastern Kentucky (10/11)... had two carries for 12 yards against Southeast Missouri (10/4)... had three carries for 29 yards and caught two passes for nine yards, including a three-yard touchdown catch that gave JSU a 31-21 lead with 3:41 left in the game...rushed four times for 15 yards and a four-yard touchdown that gave JSU a 16-10 lead in the third quarter against UT-Martin (10/23)...had three carries for nine yards and one reception for five yards against Austin Peay (11/1). 2007: Appeared in all 11 games for the Gamecocks as a freshman and earned the starting nod at the team’s fullback position in the final six games of the season…carried the ball 43 times for 140 yards and a touchdown, while also catching eight passes for 44 yards…made his collegiate debut in the Sept. 1 season opener at Alabama State, when he ran for 18 yards on four carries…carried the ball eight times for a season-high 47 yards against Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 22…scored his first career touchdown at Memphis on Sept. 15, a one-yard run in the fourth quarter…returned two kickoffs on the season, his first for 32 yards at Alabama State… caught a season-high four passes at Memphis.

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2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Trent Taylor at Straughn High School…was team captain both as a junior and senior…named team Most Valuable Player as a senior…finished his career with more than 3,000 rushing yards, 1,000 passing yards, 1,000 receiving yards, 80 touchdowns and 12 interceptions…rushed for 780 yards as a senior and had 350 yards receiving and combined for 30 touchdowns…also lettered in basketball, where he was team captain…voted class president…is an honor student, named to the National Honor Socieity and Who’s Who Among American High School Students.

PERSONAL: Full name is Alphonsa Quanta Freeney…son of Albert and Delisa Freeney…born on October 18, 1987… major is sociology.


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Yds

TD

Lg

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43 29 72

140 169 309

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17 45 45

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Rec

Yds

TD

Lg

2007 2008 TOTAL

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8 6 14

44 23 67

0 1 1

13 6 13

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3.3 5.8 4.3

12.7 16.9 14.7

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0.7 0.6 0.7

5.5 4.0 3.8 2.3 4.8 3.2

Garrott

JSU OUTLOOK: Showed great improvement throughout spring practice…expected to add depth to his position. JSU CAREER:

5-11 • 195 • Sophomore Running Back Lawrenceville, Ga. • Parkview HS

Lg

Avg/C

Avg/G

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59

6.4

20.6

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Rec

Yds

TD

Lg

Rec/G

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10

3

22

0

14

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Robert

Gray 5-11 • 195 • Signee Defensive Back Collinsville, Ala. • Collinsville HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Collinsville High School for Alan Beckett…was named honorable-mention All-State as a senior after rushing for 1,147 yards and throwing for 710 yards…had his best high school game after rushing for 277 yards on 19 carries vs Valley Head…was a first-team All-Region selection in 2008…was named the Times-Journal Offensive Player of the Year…named to the WAFF Television Elite 11. PERSONAL: Full name is Robert Gray…son of Tangelia McElratan…born on June 30, 1991…has one older sister, Tameka, and two younger brothers, Shon and Kevin…major is undeclared at JSU.

JSU OUTLOOK: Had a good spring and impressed the coaches with his work ethic…enters the fall as the No. 1 runningback. JSU CAREER:

2008: Appeared in 10 of the Gamecocks’ 11 games as a redshirt freshman…tied for the team lead and was second in the OVC in yards per

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TD

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George

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Brandon

Att

10

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PERSONAL: Full name is Rodney Lewis Garrett…son of Rodney Garrott and Angelique Likely…born on Jan. 28, 1989…has one sister, Lauren…majoring in exercise science and wellness.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Rodney Hanes at Sparkman High School…was a two-time All-State selection, earning the honor in 2005 and 2006…was a first-team All-District and All-Region selection his junior and senior years…finished his career with more than 185 tackles, seven forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and three interceptions…had 90 tackles and two interceptions as a senior… named team Most Valuable Defensive Player in 2006…helped the Senators to a 10-2 record as a senior and the region championship… named to the Huntsville Times All-Metro team.

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2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

PERSONAL: Full name is Brandon DeJuan George…son of Johnelia Whittaker…major is communication at JSU.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped for Cecil Flome at Parkview High School…was a four-year starter…had his best game against rival Berkman High School, where he had six carries for 103 yards… also lettered in track, where he helped set the Gwinnett County 4x4 record with a time of 3:19…track team also claimed a Region Championship.

GAMECO C K S

6-1 • 255 • Freshman Outside Linebacker Madison, Ala. • Sparkman HS

2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

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Rodney

carry with an average of 6.4…was third on the team with 206 yards on 32 carries…also scored two touchdowns…picked up six tackles… rushed seven times for 28 yards with a long of 11 versus Tennessee Tech (11/8)...had six yards on three rushing attempts against Austin Peay (11/1)...rushed four times for 27 yards and caught two passes for 17 yards versus Murray State (10/18)...had 10 yards on two carries and scored on an eight-yard touchdown against Eastern Kentucky (10/12)...rushed 11 times for 114 yards and scored JSU’s first touchdown of the game from 59 yards out against Southeast Missouri (10/4)...had 13 yards on three rushing attempts versus Alabama A&M (9/6)...made is collegiate debut against Georgia Tech (9/28).

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL J.J.

Devon

6-0 • 220 • RS-Freshman Linebacker Cullman, Ala. • Cullman

6-5 • 310 • Sophomore Offensive Lineman Lineville, Ala. • Lineville HS

Guthrie

JSU CAREER:

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Coaches Danny Miller and Mark Britton at Cullman High School in Cullman, Ala…named FirstTeam All Region as a junior and senior and Second-Team All Region as a sophomore…registered 81 tackles with four sacks and two fumbler recoveries his senior year...finished his CHS career with 221 tackles and 10 sacks…helped the Bearcats to a Region championship… also lettered in track and field, qualifying for state twice in the javelin. PERSONAL: Full name is John J. Guthrie....son of John and Donna Guthrie...born March 7, 1989...has two sisters.

KeGinald

HARRis

2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

OTHER COLLEGES: Played one season at Georgia Military Academy.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Lineville High School for Steve Giddson…was named the Class 2A Lineman of the Year by the Alabama Sports Writers Association as a senior…finished with more than 90 tackles, three sacks, four fumbles and three interceptions… finished his career with more than 120 tackles and seven sacks…was named Player of the Week by The Anniston Star twice…also lettered in Basketball. PERSONAL: Full name is William De’Von Hayes…son of Norman and Lislie Gibbons…born on November 9, 1987…has one younger brother, Chris, and one younger sister, Paige…major is undeclared at JSU.

6-3 • 195 • Freshman Safety Town Creek, Ala. • Hazlewood HS

O P P O NE NT S R E V IE W RECO RDS HIS T O RY O VC

78

JSU OUTLOOK: Missed part of spring training with an injury, but was battled back and got some much needed experience…will help add depth to the offensive guard position. JSU CAREER:

2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

A BO U T J S U

COAC HE S

GA MECO C K S

O U T LO O K

INT RO

56

JSU OUTLOOK: Has worked hard to improve his game and will add depth to the Sam Linebacker position.

HAyes

T.J.

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HEATH 6-1 • 170 • Junior Defensive Back Alexandria, Ala. • Alexandria HS

JSU OUTLOOK: Worked hard in the spring and was able to get a lot of reps…expected to contribute on special teams and will add depth to the safety position.

15

JSU CAREER:

2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Hazlewood High School for Aaron Goode…was a first-team All-Area and All-Region selection as a junior and senior…helped the Bears to a 12-1 record as a senior after finishing with 54 tackles, six interceptions and 14 pass break-ups… finished his four-year career with 114 tackles, 16 interceptions and 31 pass break-ups…was an honor student and class president. Full name is Keginald LaBrondon Harris…son of Tony and Freda Harris…born on Jan. 20, 1990…his father, Tony, played football at Mississippi State…undeclared major.

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JSU OUTLOOK: Finished the spring as the starter in the Gamecock defensive backfield…will also see playing time on the special teams…worked hard to improve his skills in the spring. JSU CAREER:

2008: Saw action in all 11 games as a sophomore for the Gamecocks and was in the starting lineup for all but one…was fourth on the team in tackles after totaling 42, 25 solo and two for a loss…broke up seven passes, tied for the ninth-highest single-season total in JSU’s Division I history…registered two solo tackles, both tackles for loss, against Tennessee State (11/15)...also blocked a field goal in the first quarter that was returned for a touchdown by Andrew Ridgeway... had four assisted tackles and a pass deflection against Tennessee Tech (11/8)...credited with six tackles, five solo, in the Austin Peay game


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL

PD

FF FR Blkd

6 4 10

6 8 14

0 1 1

INT

No. Yds TD

2 1 3

53 41 94

1 0 1

Lg

Avg/R Avg/G

35 41 41

26.5 41.0 31.3

0 1 1

O VC

G

2007 10 2008 11 TOTAL 21

1 1 2

HI S T O RY

Yds

RE CORDS

A Total TFL

25 8 33 3.0 25 17 42 2.0 50 25 75 5.0

R E V IE W

UA

2007 10 2008 11 TOTAL 21

O P P O NE NT S

TACKLES G

A BO U T J S U

(11/1)...recorded five tackles, three solo, and a pass deflection against UT Martin (10/23)...registered four solo tackles against Murray State (10/18)...had one solo tackle, a pass break up, a forced fumble and returned an interception 41 yards to set up a JSU touchdown that tied the game 14-14 in the second quarter against Eastern Kentucky (10/11)...leading tackler with five solo stops and a fumble recovery against Southeast Missouri (10/4)...made his second start of the season with one solo tackle against Eastern Illinois (9/27)...had two tackles and one pass breakup in his first start of the season against Chattanooga (9/20)..set a new career-high with nine tackles, seven solo, and had one pass breakup against Alabama A&M (9/6)...started at cornerback in the season opener versus Georgia Tech (8/28), recorded three assisted tackles.

COAC HE S

PERSONAL: Full name is Lee Anthony Heath, Jr.…son of Joe and Margie Bradford…born on September 11, 1987… has one older sister, Tawanna…major is undeclared at JSU.

GAMECO C K S

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Larry Ginn at Alexandria High School…was a firstteam All-State selection as a senior after finishing with 1,012 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns…also recorded 82 tackles on defense and six interceptions, two touchdowns and one punt return for a score… was a two-time All-Area and All-Region performer…helped the Valley Cubs post a 12-2 record in 2005, 11-3 in 2004 and 12-2 in 2003…also lettered in basketball, where he was the Calhoun County Tournament Most Valuable Player after helping the Valley Cubs to the county title…helped team to a 19-5 record as a senior, where he earned first-team All-State honors and also All-Area and All-Region honors…was an honor student and named Who’s Who Among American High School Students.

O U T LO O K

2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

INT RO

and a team-high-tying two interceptions… broke up four passes, which was third on the squad and totaled 53 interception return yards, which was the second-highest total on the team…returned first career interception for a touchdown in his first career game at Alabama State on Sept. 1...had five tackles, four solo, vs. Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 22...had a career-high seven tackles, six solo, and one fumble recovery at Murray State on Sept. 28...had five tackles vs UT Martin on Oct. 4...Had six tackles and one behind the line of scrimmage vs Tennessee Tech on oct. 20...had one interception, which he returned 35 yards, and a pair of tackles at Samford on Nov. 3.

5.3 3.7 4.5

2007: Appeared in 10 of the Gamecocks’ 11 games as a freshman… finished the campaign with 33 tackles, 25 solo, a fumble recovery

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL JSU CAREER

Jason

Horton 6-0 • 190 • Sophomore Defensive Back Birmingham, Ala. • Huffman HS

A BO U T J S U

COAC HE S

GA MECO C K S

O U T LO O K

INT RO

9

JSU OUTLOOK: Showed great improvement throughout spring practice…expected to add depth to his position. JSU CAREER:

2008: Played in nine games on special teams and as a backup defensive back…had five tackles, four solo stops on the season…recorded two tackles at Chattanooga (9/20)…had one tackle against Alabama A&M (9/6), Murray State (10/18) and UT-Martin (10/23).

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Alan Plump at Huffman High School in Birmingham, Ala…had 88 tackles, three sacks, eight interceptions and six pass breakups as a senior…finished his HHS career with 222 tackles, eight interceptions and 12 pass deflections…picked off three passes and had 10 tackles against Pinson Valley…earned Second-Team All-State and First-Team All-Region and All-District his senior year…named Second-Team All-District as a junior. PERSONAL: Full name is Jason Horton...son of Gregory and JoAnn Horton...born July 11, 1989...is majoring in pre-business.

2008

UA

4

A Total TFL-YDS Sacks

1

5

0 – 0

PD

0 – 0

0

FF

0

FR

0

HENDERSON 6-1 • 212 • Senior • Linebacker Mobile, Ala. Mary G. Montgomery HS

RECO RDS HIS T O RY

G

9

Alexander

R E V IE W

O P P O NE NT S

TACKLES

2009 Preseason All-American

45

O VC

2009 OVC Preseason All-Conference 2008 OVC All-Conference (First Team) OVC Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 19, 2008) JSU OUTLOOK: Expected to lead the Gamecock defense after emerging as one of the top tacklers in the nation in his junior season…enters the fall as the starting Will Linebacker.

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2008: Started the final 10 games of the season as a junior and was a first-team All-Ohio Valley Conference selection…despite missing the first game, led the team and finished fifth in the OVC with 103 tackles, 52 solo…his 103 tackles tied for the eighth-highest single-season total in the JSU record books…averaged 10.3 tackles per game, which ranked 16th nationally…also forced two fumbles, recovered one and recorded two pass breakups…racked up nine tackles for a loss and a sack…recorded his fifth game with double figure tackles in the last six games, collecting 14, eight solo and a tackle for loss, against Tennessee State (11/15)...had four tackles, including one sack, and a pass break up against Tennessee Tech (11/8)...recorded his third straight game with double figure tackles, recording 12, eight solo, and a fumble recovery against Austin Peay (11/1)...posted his second straight game with 21 tackles, registering eight solo and 1 1/2 sacks against UT Martin (10/23)...recorded a career-high 21 tackles that included 16 solo tackles, versus Murray State (10/18)...named OVC Defensive Player of the Week (10/19)...tied a career-high with 11 stops, four solo, and a tackle for loss versus Eastern Kentucky (10/11)...led JSU with eight tackles, six solo, and a tackle behind the line against Southeast Missouri (10/4)...JSU’s third leading tackler with five stops, two solo, against Eastern Illinois (92/7)...also forced a fumble that stopped EIU’s opening drive of the game inside the JSU 20...had season-high four solo tackles against Chattanooga (9/20)...registered three tackles, two solo, seeing his first action of the season versus Alabama A&M (9/6). 2007: Played in eight of the Gamecocks’ 11 games as a sophomore and started five…despite missing a three-game stretch in the year due to injury, still finished fourth on the team in tackles with 51, 38 of which were solo…recorded three tackles for a loss, intercepted a pass and broke another up…tallied a season-high 11 tackles against Eastern Illinois on Nov. 10…had nine tackles at Southeast Missouri in the Nov. 17 finale…picked up eight stops in the UT Martin game on Oct. 4…picked off his interception at Austin Peay on ESPNU on Oct. 11, a game that also saw him record six tackles.

2006: Played in all 11 games as a freshman for the Gamecocks…finished with 27 tackles, including 14 solo stops…added two tackles for an eight yard loss…also had one fumble recovery and one quarterback hurry…posted his best game of the season in the OVC opener against Southeast Missouri State, where he finished with seven total tackles (3 solo) and one tackle for loss on 9/16…finished with six tackles in JSU’s 28-0 win at Eastern Kentucky on 9/30…added four tackles in the season-opener at Furman (9/2) and also against Murray State (10/5)… had one kick return in the season-finale at Eastern Illinois for a sixyard return. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Mary G. Montgomery High School for Scott Lesley…was a four-year lettermen. PERSONAL: Full name is Alexander Henderson…son of Horace and Wanda Henderson…born on October 5, 1987…has one older brother, Horace…majoring in business at JSU.


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL SENIOR Alexander Henderson

INT RO O U T LO O K GAMECO C K S COAC HE S A BO U T J S U O P P O NE NT S R E V IE W

10 14 8 38 10 52 28 104

UA

A

Total

13 13 51 77

27 2.0 8 51 3.0 9 103 6.5 22 181 11.5 39

TFL

Yds

PD FF

FR

0 2 2 4

1 0 1 2

0 0 2 2

G

No.

Yds

TD

Lg

Avg/R

Avg/G

2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

10 8 9 27

0 1 0 1

0 4 0 4

0 0 0 0

0 4 0 4

0.0 4.0 0.0 4.0

0.0 0.5 0.0 0.1

SACKS

G

UA

A

Total

Yds

2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

10 8 10 28

0 0 1 1

0 0 0 0

0.0 0.0 1.0 1.0

O VC

INT

HI S T O RY

G

2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

RE CORDS

TACKLES

0 0 3 3

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL Justin

Howard 6-3 • 235 • Sophomore Tight End Brewton, Ala. • W.S. Neal HS

GA MECO C K S

O U T LO O K

INT RO

81

JSU OUTLOOK: Continues to get better with each practice…will help add depth to the tight end position. JSU CAREER

2008: Saw action in 10 games, making his JSU debut in the season opener against Georgia Tech…had three receptions for 22 yards with a long of 17…caught three passes for 22 yards with a long of 17 against Alabama A&M (9/6)…finished the season with 16 knockdowns and three pancake blocks. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Blaine Hathcock at W.S. Neal High School…was a four-year lettermen…helped team to a 10-3 record as a senior and the Region Championship…finished with 26 catches for 601 yards in 2006…named to the Mobile Register All-Region team… played with JSU teammate Cory Freeman. PERSONAL: Full name is Justin Jerel Dewayne Howard…son of Shannon Howard and Jeffrey Hall…born on Jan. 3, 1989…has one brother, Jordan, and two sisters, Brieanna and Jacody-Blake…majoring in sports management. RECEPTIONS G

2008

10

3

22

0

AVG/GM

LNG

TD

2.2

17

0

RUSHING

G Att Yds TD Lg Avg/C Avg/G

2008

4 6

0 13

1.5

PASSING

G Att Cmp Int Yds

TD

Lg

Pct Avg/P Avg/G Effic

2008

4 12 7

2

75

58.3 10.6

6-1 • 235 • Sophomore Quarterback Warner Robins, Ga. • Northside HS

12

JSU OUTLOOK: Worked hard during the spring and enters the fall as the No. 2 quarterback. JSU CAREER

2008: Played four games as a true freshman as a reserve quarterback… completed 7-of-12 passes for 127 yards and a pair of touchdowns and rushed six times for nine yards…connected on 5-of-7 passes for 103 yards, including his first career touchdown pass of four yards to Maurice Dupree against Alabama A&M (9/6)…tossed an 11-yard touchdown to Jeffrey Cameron against Southeast Missouri State (10/4). HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Northside High School in WarnerRobins, Ga., for Conrad Nix and never lost a high school foot-

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9

0 127

2.2 31.8 202.2

ERIC

JOHNS 6-3 • 240 • Senior Tight End Hortense, Ga. • Brantley County HS

10

IVORY

RECO RDS HIS T O RY O VC

No. YDS TD

PERSONAL: Full name is Marques Antonio Ivory…son of Mark and Angela Ivory…born on June 27, 1990…played high school football with JSU wide receiver Kevin Cooper…undeclared major.

Marques

R E V IE W

O P P O NE NT S

A BO U T J S U

COAC HE S

2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

ball game after winning 30 straight, including back-to-back State Championships…the Eagles finished ranked No. 7 in the country… passed for 1,404 yards as a senior and 11 touchdowns as team went a perfect 15-0…was 76-125-3 for a 60.8 completion percentage and averaged 140.4 passing yards…had 45 carries for 117 yards and one touchdown…had his best game of the season, going 11-for-16 for 293 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Eagles to a 31-28 win over Tucker in the semi-final round of the state playoffs as team rallied from a 21-point deficit…was 9-for-16 for 136 yards and a touchdown for a 20-14 win over Ware County in the state finals…as a junior, was 116-for-178 for 1,823 yards and 27 touchdowns…averaged 121.5 yards per game…threw for three or more touchdowns in three games, while throwing for two touchdowns in seven other games… passed for more than 100 yards in 10 games, with a season-high 191 against Westside…also had 109 carries for 545 yards and four touchdowns…holds school record for career passing yards and career passing touchdowns…finished his career with 4,595 passing yards and 45 touchdowns…named Who’s Who Among American High School Students.

JSU OUTLOOK: Had a productive spring and looks to be a key contributor on offense…enters the fall as the starting tight end. JSU CAREER

2008: Appeared in 10 of the Gamecocks’ 11 games as a junior, finding himself in the the starting lineup nine times…was Ryan Perrilloux’ favorite target among the JSU tight ends, catching 18 passes for 188 yards and five touchdowns, which was second on the team…averaged 10.4 yards per catch and 18.8 receiving yards per game…had his best game of the season against Alabama A&M on Sept. 6, when he caught four passes for 40 yards and a career-high two touchdowns… caught four passes in a game again on Oct. 4 against Southeast Missouri for a season-high 46 yards and a score…led all tight ends with 55 knockdowns and five pancake blocks. 2007: Played in 10 games for the Gamecocks…was second on team among tight ends in receptions with six…Had six catches for 36 yards…Averaged 6.0 yards per catch…Had a career-high three receptions for 19 yards in the win over UTC…Caught one pass vs.


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL SENIOR Eric Johns

INT RO O U T LO O K GAMECO C K S COAC HE S A BO U T J S U O P P O NE NT S R E V IE W

G

REC

YDS

TD

2007 2008

10 10

6 18

36 188

0 5

AVG/GM LONG

3.6 18.8

13 27

HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Brantley County High School under Sean Pender… was named All-State First Team his senior season after finishing with 736 yards on 53 catches and eight touchdowns…was an

PERSONAL: Full name is Christopher Eric Johns…son of John Willie and Ginger Johns…born on September 2, 1986…engaged to JSU’s All-Conference softball player Jackie Jarman…lists Kellen Winslow as his favorite football player…majoring in Physical Education at JSU.

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O VC

2006: Saw action in nine games for the Gamecocks as a redshirt freshman…played 71 plays and graded 85 percent with 24 knockdowns.

All-Region First Team his sophomore through senior years… recorded 123 catches for 1,802 yards and two touchdowns in his career… also lettered in basketball and baseball…averaged 16.3 points and 11 rebounds as a junior and earned team MVP honors in basketball that season.

HI S T O RY

Memphis for 13 yards…Also had one reception in games vs. Eastern Kentucky and Tennessee Martin…ended season with 46 knockdowns with a career-high 11 in the season-opener against Alabama State… also had 10 knockdowns vs Austin Peay.

2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

RE CORDS

RECEIVING


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL Nick

Johnson 5-11 • 185 • RS-Freshman Outside Linebacker Fort Payne, Ala. • Fort Payne HS

O U T LO O K

INT RO

24

helping the Bucs advance to the Class 6A Championship game…was a First-Team All-Area and All-Region selection after recording 52 pancake blocks and allowing just one sack in 2007…was selected for the Alabama All-Star game in 2007…finished his career with more than 80 pancake blocks and allowed only five sacks…was a member of the 2005 Class 6A State Championship team. PERSONAL: Full name is Matthew David Jones…son of Daniel and Cindy Jones…born on Nov. 6, 1989…has one older sister, Jordan…majoring in pre-business.

JSU OUTLOOK: Showed great improvement throughout spring practice…expected to see a great deal of playing time this fall.

Morrell

JoNES

JSU CAREER:

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Paul Ellis at Fort Payne High School…was named the Region 7 Most Valuable Player as a senior after rushing 82 times for 655 yards and 22 touchdowns…also had 934 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns to earn honorable-mention All-State honors as a senior…was an All-County wide receiver and was team captain as a senior…helped the Wildcats to back-to-back Regional Championships and 11-1 records…finished his career with 1,4087 rushing yards and 32 touchdowns, while hauling in 101 passes for 1,679 yards and 26 touchdowns…holds school records for most career touchdowns (58), most career receptions (101), most career yards receiving (1,679) and most touchdown receptions in a game… also lettered in baseball and track, where he was the Class 5A Indoor Long Jump Champion…played prep ball with JSU teammate Andrew Ridgeway…graduated with an advanced diploma.

PERSONAL: Full name is Nick Johnson…son of Robert Johnson and Lisa Ham and stepfather Randall Ham…born on July 30, 1990… has two younger brothers, Jake and Thomas…major is undeclared at JSU.

Matt

R E V IE W

O P P O NE NT S

A BO U T J S U

COAC HE S

GA MECO C K S

2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

JONES

O VC

HIS T O RY

RECO RDS

6-3 • 305 • Sophomore Offensive Lineman Hoover, Ala. • Hoover HS

65

JSU OUTLOOK: Had a good spring and worked hard to improve his skills…enters the fall as one of the starting offensive guards. JSU CAREER:

2008: Played and started in all 11 games as a true freshman…played 666 plays with 420 positive plays for 63 percent…graded 74 percent on pass plays and only allowed one sack…had 10 pancake blocks and 67 knockdowns…had a season-best grade of 72 percent against Murray State (10/18)…recorded 11 knockdown blocks against Alabama A&M (9/6). HIGH SCHOOL: Played for JSU alum Rush Propst at Hoover High School…was a Second-Team All-State selection as a senior after

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6-0 • 235 • Junior Linebacker Albany, Ga. • Itawamba CC

43

JSU OUTLOOK: Worked hard in the spring and is projected as the starting Sam Linebacker. JSU CAREER

2008: Made an immediate impact in his first season with the Gamecocks, amassing 58 tackles, 26 solo, to finish third on the team in stops…had a team-high 10 tackles for a loss, including one sack… also recorded two quarterback hurries and forced a fumble…recorded a career-high 13 tackles, including seven solo and two tackles behind the line, and a fumble forced against Tennessee State (11/15)...registered seven tackles, three solo, and had two tackles for loss versus Tennessee Tech (11/8)...had nine tackles, six solo, and one tackle behind the line versus Austin Peay (11/1)...posted eight tackles, three solo, against UT Martin (10/23)...credited with four tackles, two solo, and a quarterback hurry versus Eastern Kentucky (10/11)...recorded four tackles, three solo, versus Eastern Illinois (9/27)...had one tackle against UTC (9/20)...recorded two tackles, one behind the line for three yards against Alabama A&M (9/6)...made his first start as a Gamecock in the season opener against Georgia Tech (8/28)...led the Gamecocks with a game-high seven tackles, including one sack for a two-yard loss. OTHER COLLEGES: Led Itawamba Community College with 74 tackles in 2007…made 11.5 tackles for loss with two sacks and two forced fumbles…spent the 2006 season at Florida State, where he was redshirted.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Mike Wright at Dougherty High School…was a four-year letterman, where he helped the Trojans to the Region Championship and a 13-2 record as a senior…was named first-team All-State and first-team All-Region as a senior after finishing with 152 tackles, four sacks and one interception…earned the John Reynolds Award as the Best Player in South Georgia as a senior. PERSONAL: Full name is Morrell Mitchell Jones…son of Morris and Barbara Jones…born on October 7, 1987…majoring in Technology at JSU.


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL TACKLES

G

2008

11 30 28

UA

A

Total

TFL

Yds

PD

FF

FR

58

8.5

23

0

1

0

SACKS

G

UA

A

Total

Yds

2008

11

1

0

1.0

2

Justin

KAY

6-3 • 290 • Junior Offensive Lineman Vestavia Hills, Ala. • Army

O U T LO O K

JSU OUTLOOK: Missed some of spring training with an injury, but came back to finish strong…expected to add depth at offensive tackle or offensive guard.

INT RO

74

JSU CAREER:

Colt

RE CORDS

Kennedy

R E V IE W

PERSONAL: Full name is Justin Morris Kay…son of Morris and Allison Kay…born on August 9, 1987…has one younger sister, Savannah…majoring in Sociology at JSU.

O P P O NE NT S

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Vestavia Hills High School for Buddy Anderson…was a Second-Team All-State selection as a senior…was a first-team All-Area and First-Team All-Region selection…helped the Rebels to an undefeated Region Championship in 2003 after posting a 12-2 mark…finished with a career record of 26-10…was a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

A BO U T J S U

OTHER COLLEGES: Played one season for Bobby Ross at West Point for Army…saw limited action as a freshman in 2006.

COAC HE S

2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

GAMECO C K S

2008: Played in seven games as a reserve offensive lineman…made his JSU debut in the Georgia Tech game (8/28) as a defensive lineman, but was moved to the offensive line after the Alabama A&M game (9/6)…totaled 30 snaps on the season, grading 70 percent overall, 67 percent on run plays and 71 percent on pass plays…did not allow a sack in nine pass plays…graded a season-best 77 percent against Southeast Missouri State (10/4).

PERSONAL: Full name is Colt Austin Kennedy…son of Elliott and Denise Kennedy…born on April 11, 1991…has one older brother, Cody, and one younger brother, Cabe…his brother, Cody, plays football at Tusculum…major is undeclared at JSU.

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O VC

73

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Coffee County High School for Ken Eldridge…was a second-team All-Region selection…selected to the Georgia All-Star Game…helped the Trojans advance to the third round of the state playoffs as senior.

HI S T O RY

6-6 • 300 • Signee Offensive Lineman Nicholls, Ga. • Coffee County HS


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL Justin

D.J.

6-0 • 240 • Sophomore Fullback Douglasville, Ga. • Chapel High HS

6-2 • 280 • RS-Freshman Offensive Lineman Dalton, Ga. • Dalton HS

Kirby

COAC HE S

GA MECO C K S

O U T LO O K

INT RO

37

JSU OUTLOOK: Was moved from the offensive line to fullback prior to spring training…expected to add depth as his position. JSU CAREER

2008: Saw action in one game against, making his JSU debut against Alabama A&M (9/6)…played 18 snaps with eight positive plays against Alabama A&M. 2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Chapel High School for Mike Bedosky…was a three-year lettermen…was an Academic All-State selection and a First-Team All-County honoree as a senior…finished with 63 tackles and five sacks as a senior…voted team captain… recorded more than 140 tackles during his career…also lettered in basketball…was an honor student…was a member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Full name is Justin Tyler Kirby…son of Greg and Dana Kirby…born November 11, 1987…has two younger brothers, Brandon and Chase… majoring in Physical Education at JSU.

O VC

HIS T O RY

RECO RDS

R E V IE W

O P P O NE NT S

A BO U T J S U

LASHUS

52

67

JSU OUTLOOK: One of the most improved linemen on the team… had an excellent spring and should help to add depth to the offensive tackle position. JSU CAREER:

2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Ronnie McClury at Dalton High School as a junior and senior after playing two years at Lakeview High School in Ft. Oglethorpe…was a two-time All-Area selection and All-North Georgia…was named to the All-region 7-AAAA team as a junior and senior, while also earning All-Tri-State honors…named to the Chattanooga Free Press Best of Preps team, both as a junior and senior…graded at 90 percent as a senior and finished with 18 pancake blocks. PERSONAL: Full name is David James Lashus…son of Mighnon Lashus and the late Vince Lashus…born on Nov. 27, 1989…has one brother, Jerry Wheeler, and one sister, Jessica…majoring in education.


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year lettermen at Hiram High School in Hiram, Ga.

MONTE’

LEWIS

PERSONAL: Full name is Andrew Lindley…son of Andrew and Anya Lindley…born Jan. 30, 1988…has two brothers, Averick and Arias…majoring in sociology.

6-3 • 251 • Sophomore Defensive End Abbeville, Ala. • Abbeville HS

G

Att Yds

TD

Lg

2008

3

21 73

0

13

Avg/C Avg/G

3.5

INT RO

90

RUSHING

24.3

O U T LO O K

JSU OUTLOOK: Showed great improvement throughout spring practice…expected to add depth to his position. JSU CAREER

GAMECO C K S

2008: Played in 11 games as a reserve defensive end...had 23 tackles, nine solo, five tackles for loss and a sack…registered three quarterback hurries, forced one fumble and blocked two kicks…posted three tackles and blocked a kick versus Murray State (10/18)…recorded seasonhigh four tackles against Tennessee Tech (11/8) and Tennessee State (11/15)…registered two tackles for loss against Chattanooga (9/20)… had a sack and forced a fumble against Southeast Missouri State (10/4).

COAC HE S

2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

A BO U T J S U

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Rico White at Abbeville High School…was named team Most Valuable Offensive Lineman as a senior and also Most Valuable Defensive Lineman in 2006…finished his senior year with 78 tackles and 12 sacks…was an All-State Honorable Mention…had 12 tackles and four sacks versus Dale County…named to the Dothan Eagle Elite team…also lettered in baseball…was an honor student and Who’s Who Among American High School Students.

O P P O NE NT S

PERSONAL: Full name is Monte Lewis…son of Annie Allen and Darrell Lewis…born on Oct. 14, 1988…majoring technology. G

UA

A

Total

2008

11

9

14

23

PD

FF

FR

5 – 11 1 – 5 0

TFL

Yds

1

0

Drec

David

5-11 • 203 • Junior Running Back Hiram, Ga. • Hiram HS

6-3 • 250 • Signee Defensive Lineman Rainbow City, Ala. • Gadsden City HS

Maness

PERSONAL: Full name is David Alvin Maness…son of Devan and Sharon Maness…has one older sister, Devone…major is undeclared at JSU.

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2008: Set career highs with 12 rushes for 48 yards against Southeast Missouri (10/4)...saw action in the Alabama A&M game as a reserve running back...rushed four times for eight yards in his first appearance in a Gamecock uniform versus Georgia Tech (8/28).

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Gadsden City for Gamecock AllAmerican and Hall of Famer Joe Billingsly…finished with 91 tackles, including 61 solo stops his senior season…also lettered in basketball, baseball and track…named Who’s Who Among American High School Students.

HI S T O RY

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JSU OUTLOOK: Had a good spring and is expected to help add depth at tailback.

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Lindley

JSU CAREER:

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TACKLES


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL season-high four tackles against Southeast Missouri (10/4)…posted three tackles against Georgia Tech (9/28), UT-Martin (10/23) and Tennessee State (11/15)…had two tackles for loss against Tennessee State (11/15).

Santez

MAYS 6-1 • 255 • Senior Defensive End Newnan, Ga. • Newnan HS

O U T LO O K

INT RO

31

2006: Played in all 11 games for the Gamecocks as a redshirt freshman…recorded 10 tackles, eight solo, including one for a loss…picked up his lone tackle in the backfield at Tennessee Tech on Oct. 28 for a four-yard loss…recorded a season-high three stops in the Samford game on Nov. 11…picked up his first career tackle on Sept. 16 against Southeast Missouri.

JSU OUTLOOK: Showed great improvement throughout spring practice…expected to add depth to his position. JSU CAREER:

2005: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

2008: Saw action in nine games with five starts…finished the year with 18 tackles, eight solo, five tackles for loss and two sacks…recorded a

HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Newman High School under Robert

SENIOR Santez Mays

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COAC HE S

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2007: Played in all 11 games…Made 14 tackles, 11 solo…Made four tackles for loss and was second on the team with three sacks and ranked 13th in the OVC…Finished season with three quarterback hurries.

TACKLES

G

UA

A

Total

TFL

Yds

PD

FF

FR

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11 11 9 20

8 11 8 19

2 3 10 13

10 14 18 32

1-4 4.0 5.0 9.0

0 24 18 42

0 0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

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G

UA

A

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Yds

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11 9 20

3 2 5

1 0 1

3.5 2.0 5.5

22 13 35

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL Herring… named Defensive Player of the Year… was named AllRegion and All-County… nominated to North-South All-Star game… recorded 11 sacks, 63 tackles and two fumble recoveries for touchdowns… was also recruited by Minnesota, Ball State, UAB, Bowling Green.

PERSONAL: Full name is Samuel Mills…son of Mike and Cheryl Mills…born on December 29, 1989…has one older brother, Jake… major is undeclared at JSU.

James

PERSONAL: Full name is Santez L. Mays…son of John Mays and Sandra McGruder…has one sister, Starlet…born on July 6, 1987… majoring in sociology.

middleton

JSU CAREER:

PERSONAL: Full name is James Massey…son of James and Shirley Massey…born on November 17, 1989…majoring in physical education at JSU.

TORI

G

Att Yds

TD

Lg

2008

7

16 75

3

27

Avg/C Avg/G

4.7

10.7

6-2 • 250 • RS-Freshman Offensive Lineman Woodstock, Ga. • Woodstock HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Woodstock High School for Mike O’Brien…was a four-year letterman.

JSU CAREER:

2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Carver-Columbus for Dell McGee… was a First-Team All-Region selection as a senior after helping the Tigers to the AAA State Championship with a perfect 15-0 record in 2007…finished season with more than 70 pancake blocks…was named to the All-Bi City team…was an honor student. PERSONAL: Full name is Tori Jaron Mobley…son of Carmen Miles Mobley and Tometo Anderson…born on Oct. 3, 1989…major is undeclared at JSU.

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Mills

JSU OUTLOOK: Worked hard all spring and improved his skills… expected to battle Tyler Ogletree for a starting job at offensive tackle.

HI S T O RY

Sam

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RUSHING

6-3 • 280 • Freshman Offensive Lineman Columbus, Ga. • Carver HS

R E V IE W

PERSONAL: Full name is Calvin Middleton…son of Calvin and April Middleton…born May 19, 1990…undeclared major.

O P P O NE NT S

MOblEY

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Shane Queen at North Cobb High School…was named County Running Back of the Year as a senior after rushing for 1,138 yards on 135 carries…was a First-Team All-County selection and team Offensive Player of the Year…was also team captain… named the Atlanta Journal Constitution Player of the Week twice…also named the CSS Player of the Year after helping the Warriors to the Regional 5A Championship and a 10-1 record as a senior.

A BO U T J S U

2008: Saw action in seven games, drawing his first start in the Tennessee State game (11/15)…rushed 16 times for 75 yards and three touchdowns and caught three passes for 13 yards on the season… rushed for a season-high 37 yards on four carries against Tennessee Tech (11/8)...had a season-high six rush attempts for 20 yards and two touchdowns and hauled in three passes for 13 yards against Tennessee State (11/15)…scored his first career rushing touchdown at Eastern Kentucky (10/11).

COAC HE S

JSU OUTLOOK: Saw limited action in the spring due to an injury… will be relied upon to add depth to the runningback position.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Paul Lombardo at Wheeler High School…was named team captain and team Defensive Player of the Year as a senior…was selected for the Cobb County All-Star Game, where he finished with 12 tackles and one sack…finished season with 140 tackles, five sacks and blocked five punts…posted his best game of the year with 15 tackles against Lithonia…was named to the Marietta Daily Journal All-County team…helped the Wildcats to the Region Championship as a junior, finishing 8-4.

GAMECO C K S

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5-11 • 195 • Freshman Defensive Back Marietta, Ga. • Wheeler HS

Calvin

5-11 • 220 • Sophomore Running Back Acworth, Ga. • North Cobb HS

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL Tyler

OGLETREE 6-1 • 295 • Junior Offensive Lineman Griffin, Ga. • Griffin HS

COAC HE S

GA MECO C K S

O U T LO O K

INT RO

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JSU OUTLOOK: Missed the beginning of spring with an injury, but battled back and was one of the starting centers in the spring game… should battle Tori Mobley for a starting job at offensive tackle. JSU CAREER:

2008: Fought injuries before finally seeing his first action of the season in game seven against Murray State on Oct. 18…started the final two games at center for the Gamecocks after an injury forced Reggie Wade to sit out…finished the year with 18 knockdowns…graded 75 percent against Austin Peay on Nov. 1…had six knockdowns at Tennessee Tech on Nov. 1. 2007: Played in seven games during his freshman season…graded out at 77 percent for the season…played best game of the season in win vs. Samford when he graded out at 85 percent.

HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Griffin High School for Steve Devoursney…was team captain as a senior and earned team Best Lineman award…was a first-team All-State selection…named AllRegion for three straight years and was selected to play in the Georgia North-South All-Star game…finished the 2005 season with more than 60 tackles, including 12 for loss, and eight sacks…helped the Bears advance to the State semi-finals with a 12-2 record his senior year and to the third round with an 11-2 mark as a junior…named Who’s Who Among American High School Students. PERSONAL: Full name is Tyler Lamont Ogletree…son of Tim and Toni Ogletree…born on June 20, 1988…majoring in Business at JSU.

Andrew

5-9 • 160 • Freshman Kicker Newberry, Fla. • P.K. Yonge HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played at P.K. Yonge for John Clifford…served as the Blue Wave kicker and punter for three years…also lettered in baseball…was an honor student and also class valedictorian. PERSONAL: Full name is Anderson Oliva…son of Steven and Shelly Oliva…has one older sister, Keara…his uncle is Dax Lackey, who is a professional bull rider…graduated high school as class valedictorian…major is undeclared at JSU.

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Michael

OWENS 6-1 • 195 • Senior Safety Douglasville, Ga. • Hiram HS

30

JSU OUTLOOK: Worked hard to improve during the spring… expected to contribute on special teams. JSU CAREER:

oliva

RECO RDS

R E V IE W

O P P O NE NT S

A BO U T J S U

2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

2008: Played in all 11 games as a reserve safety and on special teams… recorded 11 tackles, five solo, two quarterback hurries and one interception…recorded a season-high three solo tackles against Murray State (10/18)…intercepted a pass and returned it 21 yards to set up a JSU score against Chattanooga (9/20). OTHER COLLEGE: Played one year at Tusculum College for Frankie DeBusk.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Hiram High School for Tom Rowe… was a four-year lettermen for the Hornets…also ran track and played basketball. PERSONAL: Full name is Michael Anthony Owens…son of Rahana Whitehead…born on Dec. 29, 1986…has two sisters, Chaquira and Sharhanda…majoring in education. Tackles

G

UA

A Total

TFL-YDS

2008

11

5

6 11

0 – 0

Sacks

INT

0 – 0 1 – 21

FF

FR

0

0


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL

SENIOR Michael Owens

INT RO

O U T LO O K

GAMECO C K S COAC HE S

A BO U T J S U

O P P O NE NT S

R E V IE W

RE CORDS

HI S T O RY

O VC

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL RYAN

PerrillouX

O VC

HIS T O RY

RECO RDS

R E V IE W

O P P O NE NT S

A BO U T J S U

COAC HE S

GA MECO C K S

O U T LO O K

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6-3 • 223 • Senior Quarterback LaPlace, La. • LSU

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2009 Walter Payton Award Watch List 2008 OVC All-Conference (Second Team) 2008 OVC All-Newcomer Team OVC Newcomer Player of the Week (Sept. 8, 2008) OVC Newcomer Player of the Week (Sept. 28, 2008) OVC Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 28, 2008) OVC Newcomer Player of the Week (Oct. 5, 2008) OVC Newcomer Player of the Week (Oct. 19, 2008) OVC Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 19, 2008) OVC Offensive Player of the Week (Nov. 1, 2008)

JSU OUTLOOK: Enters the fall as the No. 1 quarterback after a productive spring…enters his senior season as the school’s career leader in completion percentage (63.0), passing yards per game (210.7) and total offense per game (244.2). JSU CAREER

2008: Started all 11 games under center for the Gamecocks as a junior and posted one of the most impressive seasons in school history…was responsible for a school-record 26 touchdowns, including 19 passing and seven rushing…earned Second-Team All-OVC and OVC AllNewcomer Honors after completing 187 of his 297 passes for 2,318 yards, the third-highest total in school history…ranked 27th nationally with a 140.88 passing efficiency and was 28th nationally with 244.18 yards of total offense per game…his 19 passing touchdowns were third on the school’s single-season list, while his 63.0 completion percentage ranked second, his 210.7 passing yards per game (2nd), 2,686 yards of total offense (2nd), 244.18 total offense per game (2nd), 187 completions (3rd), 297 attempts (6th) and 140.88 pass efficiency (6th) all ranked among the tops in JSU’s single-season record books…was also second on the squad in rushing yards with 368 on 117 carries, an average of 33.5 yards per game and 3.1 yards per carry…connected on 13-of-21 passes for 119 yards and rushed 11 times for 50 yards against Tennessee State (11/15)...completed 21-of-32 passes for 252 yards and two touchdowns and rushed eight times for 25 yards against Tennessee Tech (11/8)...named the OVC Newcomer of the Week for the fifth time after completing 19-of-29 passes for 271 yards and two touchdowns versus Austin Peay (11/1)...also had 10 carries for 50 yards and a touchdown vs. APSU...connected on 14-of-29 passes for 261 yards and two touchdowns against UT Martin (10/23)...tied a career-long with a 66-yard touchdown pass to James Wilkerson to pull JSU to within one-point in the final minutes of the UTM game...completed his first 12 passes and finished the UTM game completing 18-of-20 passes (89.5 percent) and a career-high four touchdown passes...named the OVC Player and Newcomer of the Week (10/19)...completed 21-of-41 passes for career-high 304 yards and two touchdowns but threw a career-high five interceptions against EKU (10/11)...also

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rushed 15 times for a 58 yards and two touchdowns vs. the Colonels... earned OVC Newcomer of the Week honors vs SEMO (10/4)...after completing 16-of-22 passes for 239 yards and two touchdowns, marking the second straight week with 200 or more passing yards and two touchdown passes...named the OVC Offensive Player of the Week and OVC Newcomer of the Week after accounting for 300 of JSU’s 482 yards of total offense in JSU’s 23-10 win over Eastern Illinois (92/7)...completed 20-of-25 passes for 281 yards and a touchdown and rushed 10 times for 19 yards and two touchdowns vs. EIU...completed 12-of-24 passes for 122 yards and a touchdown while rushing seven times for 31 yards and a 35-yard touchdown against Chattanooga (9/20)...played the first half of JSU’s win over Alabama A&M (9/6), completing 11-of-17 passes for 138 yards and two touchdowns while rushing six times for 35 yards and a score...named the OVC Newcomer of the Week for his performance against AAMU...made his first start in a JSU uniform against Georgia Tech (8/28)...completed 23 passes on 37 attempts for 136 yards and two touchdowns... also rushed 18 times for 67 yard. OTHER COLLEGES:

2007: Played in 12 games with two starts for Les Miles at Louisiana State University...helped put LSU in the 2007 BCS National Championship game by stepping in for an injured Matt Flynn in the SEC title game and leading the Tigers to a 21-14 win over Tennessee...named MVP of SEC Championship Game after connecting on 20-of-30 passes for 243 yards and a touchdown in the win... also ran for 14 yards on nine carries in the win over Tennessee...for the year, connected on 51-of-75 passes for 694 yards and eight touchdowns...only threw two interceptions...added 207 yards rushing and a pair of TDs during the 2007 season...other start came against Middle Tennessee State as he connected on 20 of his 25 passes for 298 yards and three touchdowns with an interception...saw action in a total of 12 games at quarterback, missing only the Alabama and Arkansas games... rushed for career-best 59 yards in win over South Carolina...had rushing TDs against Florida and Mississippi State...connected on all five of his passes for 84 yards and a pair of scores in win over Virginia Tech during the second week of the season. 2006: As a redshirt freshman in 2006, saw clean up duty at quarterback...played in five games and completed 1-of-4 passes for 10 yards... also rushed the ball three times for 13 yards...had a 12-yard run vs. Kentucky and finished with 17 yards rushing on two carries against the Wildcats...completed first pass of his career for 10 yards in the season opener against Louisiana-Lafayette...other action came against Arizona, Tulane, Mississippi State, Kentucky, and Fresno State. 2005: Sat out the 2005 season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Larry Dauterieve at East St. Johns High School in Reserve, La....called by many the top prospect in the nation in 2004...named the National High School Player of the Year by Ball Park and was named the National Offensive Player of the Year by USA Today...a consensus five-star All-American by every major recruiting publication...other honors included EA Sports Elite 11 Quarterback, Parade All-American, Touchdown Club of Columbus (Ohio) National Offensive Player of the Year, U.S. Army AllAmerican Bowl Participant (West Roster), Louisiana’s Mr. Football and Louisiana Gatorade Player of the Year ...rated the nation’s No. 1 prospect by ESPN...a dominating playmaker many called the most dangerous offensive weapon in the nation...No. 1 dual-threat quarterback who was nearly impossible to contain during his career...considered to have the strongest arm in the country with a quick release and pinpoint accuracy...racked up a Louisiana high school record 5,006


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL SENIOR Ryan Perrilloux

INT RO O U T LO O K GAMECO C K S COAC HE S A BO U T J S U O P P O NE NT S

Completions 22 Pass Attempts 41 Pass Yards 304 Pass TD’s 4 Interceptions 5 Rush Attempts 18 Rush Yards 67 Rush TD’s 2

Georgia Tech Eastern Kentucky Eastern Kentucky Murray State Eastern Kentucky Georgia Tech Georgia Tech 2x; last Eastern Kentucky

8/28/08 10/11/08 10/11/08 10/18/08 10/11/08 8/28/08 8/28/08 10/11/08

Yds 13 207 368 588

TD 0 2 7 9

Lg 12 23 35 35

Avg/C 4.0 3.9 3.1 3.4

Avg/G 3.0 17.2 33.5 21.0

PASSING 2006 (LSU) 2007 (LSU) 2008 Total

Att 4 75 297 376

Cmp 1 51 187 239

Int 0 2 13 15

Yds 10 694 2318 3022

TD 0 8 19 27

Lg 10 62 66 66

G 5 12 11 28

O VC

Att 3 52 117 172

HI S T O RY

CAREER STATS RUSHING G 2006 (LSU) 5 2007 (LSU) 12 2008 11 Total 28

RE CORDS

PERSONAL: Full name is Ryan Anthony Perrilloux...son of Philip and Barbara Breaux…born Jan. 1, 1987, in LaPlace...has three siblings - Rommel, Kadida and Rance... majoring in sociology at JSU.

CAREER HIGHS

R E V IE W

total yards of offense as a senior, including 3,546 yards passing and 1,460 yards rushing...accounted for 67 total touchdowns (30 passing, 37 rushing) in 2004...had one of the most dominating high school careers in state history totaling 12,705 yards of offense (9,025 passing; 3,680 rushing), which ranks second all-time...ranks fourth on the state’s all-time passing list...had 155 total touchdowns (84 passing, 71 rushing) in four years...totaled 21 tackles and two interceptions on defense... returned punts of 50 and 65 yards for touchdowns...accounted for 495 yards of offense in his final high school game versus Evangel in the state playoffs...three-sport athlete who played shooting forward for the basketball team and centerfield for the baseball team.

Pct Avg/P Avg/G 25.0 2.5 2.0 68.0 9.2 57.8 63.0 7.8 210.7 63.5 8.0 107.9

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL Curt

Benjamin

6-7 • 290 • Junior Offensive Tackle Fayette, Ala. • Fayette County HS

6-0 • 240 • Freshman Outside Linebacker Marietta, Ga. • Osborne HS

Porter

77

INT RO O U T LO O K

puckett

JSU OUTLOOK: Had an excellent spring and enters the fall as the starting offensive tackle…coaches expect an outstanding season from him. 2008: Started all 11 games at left tackle for the Gamecocks as a sophomore…led the team with 94 knockdowns and was tied for second with 12 pancakes…played a team-high 728 snaps and graded 75 percent on the season…had 16 knockdowns against Alabama A&M on Sept. 6, while picking up 13 in a game twice (at UT Martin on Oct. 23 and at Tennessee Tech on Nov. 8)…graded a team-best 88 percent vs. Austin Peay on Nov. 1…his 78 percent grade at UTC on Sept. 20 was the highest on the team.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Osborne High School for Troy Jones… was a three year letterman…was named first-team All-Cobb County as a senior…named team defensive Most Valuable Player in 2008… finished his senior season with more than 100 tackles, 10 sacks and three forced fumbles…totaled more than 300 career tackles and 35 sacks…was named to the Georgia All-Star squad. PERSONAL: Full name is Benjamin J. Puckett…son of Willie and Loretta Puckett…born on August 29, 1989…has one older sister, Dashaunda, and one younger brother, Earl…major is undeclared at JSU.

Andrew

Ridgeway

2007: Played in nine games as a redshirt-freshman…earned highest grades in final three games of the season including a season-high 76 percent in win over Samford…graded out at 72 percent for the season.

6-2 • 230 • Junior Outside Linebacker Fort Payne, Ala. • Fort Payne HS

2006: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Fayette County High School for Waldon Tucker…helped the Tigers to a 9-2 record as a senior… was named All-West Alabama in 2005…voted Best All-Around at Fayette County High School.

PERSONAL: Full name is Jacob Curt Porter…son of Steve and Ginger Porter…born on July 11, 1988…majoring in Criminal Justice at JSU.

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JSU OUTLOOK: Showed great improvement throughout spring practice and is projected as the starting Bandit…expected to see a great deal of playing time this fall. JSU CAREER:

2008: Started all 11 games at linebacker for the Gamecocks…was fifth on the team in tackles with 41, 15 solo…had one sack and three tackles for a loss, while also recording three quarterback hurries… broke up one pass…earned OVC Defensive Player of the Week honors, after recording a career-high 11 tackles, eight solo, and returned a blocked field goal for touchdown in the first quarter versus Tennessee State (11/15)...credited with four tackles, three solo versus Austin Peay (11/1)...posted four tackles, three solo, and 1 1/2 sacks for six yards versus UT Martin (10/23)...recorded two tackles, one solo, against Murray State (10/18)...made his third start of the season and had two assisted tackles against Eastern Kentucky (10/11)...registered a seasonhigh five tackles, four solo, against Southeast Missouri (10/4)...had four tackles, two solo, in the Eastern Illinois game (9/27)...made his second start of the season, recording one solo tackle in the UTC game (9/20)...Credited with four tackles, one for a loss of three yards, versus Alabama A&M (9/6)...started at outside linebacker against Georgia Tech (8/28)...registered four tackles, one solo.

O VC

HIS T O RY

RECO RDS

R E V IE W

O P P O NE NT S

A BO U T J S U

COAC HE S

GA MECO C K S

JSU CAREER:

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2007: Saw action in all 11 games for the Gamecocks…earned his first career start at Samford on Nov. 3…finished the season with 36 tackles, 28 solo and one for a loss, one quarterback hurry and a fumble recovery…picked up a season-high nine tackles at Murray State on Sept. 28, including one behind the line of scrimmage…tallied seven stops


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL BROOKS

ROBINSON 6-1 • 176 • RS-Freshman Quarterback Opelika, Ala. • Opelika HS

INT RO

14

JSU CAREER: Sat out the 2008 season as a redshirt.

A BO U T J S U

Brandon

Rogers

UA

11 11 22

28 8 17 24 45 32

A

SACKS

G

UA

A

2007 2008 TOTAL

11 11 22

0 0 0

0 1 1

Total TFL

Yds

PD

FF

FR

36 1.0 41 2.0 77 3.0

4 9 13

0 1 1

0 0 0

1 0 1

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Opelika High School for Spence McCracken…was an All-Region selection in football, where he helped the Bulldogs post a 10-3 record his senior season…also lettered in baseball, where he was an All-Region honoree and helped the team to a state runner-up finish with a 43-4 record his senior year… prepped with JSU teammate Brooks Robinson. PERSONAL: Full name is Brandon Michael Rogers…sone of Dean Rogers and Shelley Rogers…born on July 26, 1989…has two brothers, Chris and Parker, and one older sister, Amber…majoring in Secondary Education at JSU.

Total Yds

0.0 0.5 0.5

0 6 6

61

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G

2007 2008 TOTAL

2009: Played in all 11 games as a true freshman and served as the long snapper in every game.

HI S T O RY

TACKLES

JSU CAREER:

RE CORDS

PERSONAL: Full name is Christopher Andrew Ridgeway…son of Neal and Becky Ridgeway…born on June 11, 1987…has one older sister, Adrianne, and two younger brothers, Zach and Nick…majoring in Sociology at JSU.

JSU OUTLOOK: Moved to tight end this spring and is continuing to learn the position…enters the fall as the starting long snapper.

R E V IE W

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Fort Payne High School for Paul Ellis… was team captain as a senior and was an All-State honorable mention selection…was a two-time All-Region player…played in the NorthSouth All-Star game as a junior…finished his senior season with 112 tackles and eight sacks…also lettered in wrestling for three years.

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O P P O NE NT S

6-2 • 205 • Sophomore Long Snapper Opelika, Ala. • Opelika HS

against Eastern Illinois on Nov. 10…recovered a fumble against UT Martin on Oct. 4 and picked up his QB hurry vs. Tennessee Tech on Oct. 20.

COAC HE S

PERSONAL: Full name is Phillip Brooks Robinson…son of Phil and Cindy Robinson…has one older sister, Tiffany…born on May 4, 1990…his father, Phil, is a NBA referee…major is undeclared at JSU.

GAMECO C K S

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Opelika High School for Spence McCracken…was a four-year lettermen…passed for more than 1,200 yards a a senior after leading the Bulldogs to a 9-3 record and into the second round of the state playoffs…passed for more than 2,300 yards in his career…named the Opelika-Auburn News Player of the Week and the WSFA Player of the Week once…also lettered in baseball, where his team finished 42-4 and was the state runner-up in 2008… was an honor student.

O U T LO O K

JSU OUTLOOK: Had a productive spring and will compete for the backup quarterback position.


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL the County Championships.

Eric

Russell

PERSONAL: Full name is James Napoleon Shaw…son of Napoleon and Michelle Shaw…born Feb. 27, 1989...majoring in business.

6-2 • 202 • Sophomore Linebacker Prichard, Ala. • Vigor HS

2008: Saw limited action in nine games as a reserve linebacker and on special teams…recorded seven tackles, three solo, two pass deflections and recovered a fumble…had a season-high two tackles versus Eastern Kentucky (10/11), UT-Martin (10/23) and Austin Peay (11/1)… recovered a fumble against Murray State (10/18). HIGH SCHOOL: Played four years at Vigor High School…was named team Most Valuable Player his sophomore, junior and senior years…also lettered in basketball, where he was team MVP.

PERSONAL: Full name is Eric Russell, Jr….son of Eric and Masille Russell…has one older brother, Deangelo, and one sister, Marsonugue… born on February 18, 1988…majoring recreation leadership. Tackles

G UA

A

Total

TFL-YDS

Sacks

PD

FF

FR

2008

9 3

4

7

0 – 0

0 – 0

2

0

1

JAMES

SHAW 6-0 • 190 • Sophomore Wide Receiver Odenville, Ala. • St. Clair County HS

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HIS T O RY

RECO RDS

R E V IE W

4

2008 SPRING OUTLOOK Moved from outside linebacker to wide receiver this spring and was a nice addition to the offense…showed enough ability to where he will add playmaking and speed to the wide receiver corp…the quicker he learns the position, the more experience he will gain to contribute…expected to play a big role on special teams. JSU CAREER:

2008: Recorded 20 tackles, 10 solo stops, while playing in all 11 games…had a season-high six tackles, four solo against Tennessee Tech (11/8) and posted four tackles versus Southeast Missouri State (10/4). HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Charlie Baren at St. Clair County High School…finished with more than 750 yards rushing, 250 receiving yards and nine touchdowns, and registered 105 tackles on defense as a senior…was selected All-County as a running back and as a linebacker in 2006…named the Leeds County Player of the Year… helped the Fighting Saints to a 9-3 record as a junior…also lettered in Basketball, where he was named to the All-Tournament team during

62

UA

A

Total

TFL-YDS

Sacks

PD

FF

FR

11

10

10

20

0 – 0

0 – 0

0

0

0

smith

JSU CAREER:

2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

G

2008

Greg

JSU OUTLOOK: Had a productive spring and will back-up Alexander Henderson at Will Linebacker.

O P P O NE NT S

A BO U T J S U

COAC HE S

GA MECO C K S

O U T LO O K

INT RO

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Tackles

6-1 • 190 • Senior Wide Receiver Atlanta, Ga. • Georgia Tech

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JSU OUTLOOK: Transferred to Jacksonville State in May after playing both wide receiver and runningback the previous three seasons for Georgia Tech…is expected to play a major role for the Gamecock offense with his playmaking ability that he has shown over the last three years…will add maturing and stability to an experienced wide receiver corp.

AT GEORGIA TECH: (2008) Played A-back in 2008 after serving as Tech’s top wide receiver in 2007... rushed for two touchdowns... averaged 7.5 yards per carry and 18.5 yards per reception…carried once for a three-yard touchdown run vs. Florida State (Nov. 1)...carried three times for 14 yards vs. Duke (Oct. 4)... rushed three times for 62 yards, including a 45-yard touchdown run, vs. Mississippi State (Sept. 20)...had two carries for five yards at Virginia Tech (Sept. 13).. got his first taste of the A-back position with three carries for 14 yards and two receptions for 37 yards in the season opener vs. Jacksonville State (Aug. 28)…(2007) Played in 12 games and started seven times... missed the Nov. 10 Duke game with an injury but returned the next week with one of the best games of his career... had two rushing attempts on the season for 24 yards and one touchdown... led Georgia Tech in total receptions (37) and receiving yards (588) despite missing one game... averaged 15.9 yards per reception... caught two touchdown passes... caught three passes for 31 yards, including a 28-yarder, and rushed once for 18 yards in an impressive season-opening performance at Notre Dame (Sept. 1)... had a six-yard TD run vs. Samford (Sept. 8)... hauled in five passes for 63 yards vs. Boston College (Sept. 15)... topped that effort the next week at Virginia (Sept. 22) with five more catches for 79 yards... caught five passes for 82 yards at Maryland (Oct. 6)... sat out the Duke game (Nov. 10) with an injury, but rebounded the next week vs. North Carolina with the best game of his young career... had six receptions for a career-best 155 yards and two TDs... had three catches for 45 yards in the bowl game…(2006) Tech’s fifth-leading receiver with seven catches for 113 yards and two touchdowns... averaged 16.1 yards per catch... caught three passes for 49 yards in the second half of Tech’s win over Duke, including touchdowns of 20 and 25 yards from Taylor Bennett... had a nine-yard reception vs. second-ranked Notre Dame... added two catches for 38 yards versus Troy and a 17-yard completion against Samford. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Gary Cantrell at Douglass High School…rated the No. 62 wide receiver in the nation by Rivals.com...


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL SENIOR Greg Smith

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First-team all-area and honorable mention all-state (Class AAAAA) by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution... named to the Preseason Super 11 for Atlanta/South Metro by the AJC... All-region selection by PrepStar preseason magazine...one of eight Division I signees on his high school team...caught 26 passes for 947 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior

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and was team captain and named Most Valuable Player…added 32 catches for 878 yards and eight TDs as a junior.

PERSONAL: Full name is Gregory Jarrod Smith…son of Greg and Cynthia Smith…born October 28, 1986…his father, Greg, played football at North Carolina A&T…majoring in management.

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Demitrio

6-2 • 200 • Sophomore Punter Sylvania, Ala. • Auburn University

6-2 • 275 • RS-Freshman Defensive End Elba, Ala. • Elba HS

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AT AUBURN: Sat out the 2008 season as a redshirt…as a true freshman in 2007, averaged 43.4 yards on 16 punts for the Tigers…nine of his 16 punts landed inside the 20…averaged 41.2 yards with two punts inside the 20 against Mississippi State…season-best 45.5 yards per punt against New Mexico State, earning Co-Special Team Player of the Week honors…had a season-long punt of 61 yards against Tennessee Tech. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Sylvania High School for Brian Mashburn…kicked for five seasons and punted as a senior, where he earned First-Team All-State honors by the Alabama Sports Writers Association as a senior in Class 3A…was an All-County selection as a punter and was a three-time All-County place kicker …helped team to a 9-2 mark and was unbeaten until Week 9 and shared the Class 3, Region 6 crown with Fyffe…averaged 40.2 yards per punt as a senior…finished hitting 111-of-123 during his five year career…hit a career-long 52 yard field goal against Westbrook Christian during his sophomore season.

PERSONAL: Full name is Patrick Gregory Tatum…son of Greg and Sandra Tatum…born August 15, 1988…has two brothers, Elisha and Jordan…majoring in exercise science and wellness.

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JSU OUTLOOK: Transferred from Auburn University in the spring and worked hard to improve his punting skills…enters the fall as the No. 1 punter.

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2008: Saw limited action.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Paulding County High School for Rick Sauls…played five years for the Patriots. PERSONAL: Full name is Matthew Jamal Thompkins…son of James and Iris Thompkins…born on Oct. 7, 1987…has one sister, Nicbelda…majoring in sociology.

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HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year letterman for Scott Rials at Elba High School…was an All-State selection as a senior, where he helped the Tigers advance to the state playoffs…was team captain and most valuable defensive lineman his senior season…named All-Area and All-Region…named to the Southeast Sun Super 12 in 2007 after finishing with 77 tackles and four sacks…had his best game versus Straughn, where he recorded 16 tackles in a 25-0 shutout win…named Who’s Who Among American High School Students. PERSONAL: Full name is Demitrio Martinez Tyson…son of Junior and Bridgett Tyson…born on Oct. 10, 1989…has one older brother, Demetrious…majoring in biology.


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL Jamison

Wadley 6-3 • 260 • Sophomore Defensive End Gadsden, Ala. • Southern Miss

PERSONAL: Full name is Jamison Richard Wadley…son of Rick and Carol Wadley…born on January 6, 1989…married in 2007 and wife’s name is Jessica…majoring in History and Secondary Education at JSU. UA 15

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Coach Gene Hill at Etowah HS...finished 2006 season with 121 tackles, 28 for loss, 10 sacks, four fumble recoveries, two blocked kicks, and 28 quarterback hurries…named to state and area “Dirty Dozen”…was an all-region selection as a junior and senior...All-State honorable mention as a junior...named first team all-state as a senior...selected as team’s defensive MVP in 2005 and 2006…named Gadsden Times Defensive Player of the Week four times in 2006...also named Gadsden Times Defensive Player of the Year... two-star rating by rivals.com...two-star rating by MagnoliaPreps.com... two-star rating by SuperPrep.com...two-star rating by Scout.com... member of the National Honor Society...Beta Club...SGA VicePresident.

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2008: Appeared in all 11 games for the Gamecocks as a redshirt freshman, and earned the start at defensive end in the final nine games… picked up 30 tackles, 13 solo, on the year, while racking up a team-best five sacks and nine tackles behind the line of scrimmage…picked up two quarterback hurries…tied a career-high with four tackles, three solo, and had career-high two sacks against Tennessee State (11/5)... had one tackle assist versus Tennessee Tech (11/8)...recorded four tackles, two solo, and one tackle for a loss against Austin Peay (11/1)... made his fourth career start, posting four solo tackles against Murray State (10/18)...recorded three assisted tackles with a quarterback hurry against Eastern Kentucky (10/11)...had a career-high four tackles, three solo, and a tackle for loss against Southeast Missouri (10/4)...recorded two tackles, one solo, against Eastern Illinois (9/27)...had three tackles, two solo, against Alabama A&M (9/6)...made his JSU debut against

OTHER COLLEGES: Sat out the 2007 season as a redshirt at Southern Miss.

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Georgia Tech (8/28) after transferring from Southern Miss...recorded two tackles, one solo, and had one sack for a loss of three yards.

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SENIOR Brandt Thomas

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Thomas 6-3 • 290 • Senior Nose Tackle Anniston, Ala. • Wellborn HS

G 11 14 11 36

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PERSONAL: Full name is Timothy Brandt Thomas…son of Tim and Lynn Thomas…has one older brother, Brody, who played football at JSU…born on January 17, 1988…his father, Tim Thomas, played football at Jacksonville State…major is Communication at JSU.

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2008: Played in seven games as a reserve receiver and on special teams…caught three passes for 25 yards with a long of 13 yards… had two catches for 12 yards with a long of seven versus Chattanooga (9/20)…caught one pass for 13 yards against Tennessee Tech (11/8). 2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

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PERSONAL: Full name is Aubrey La’Ray Linger Williams…son of A.R. and Bessie Williams…born November 16, 1987…has three sisters, ShaKeitha, Chastity and Aubretta…majoring in exercise science and wellness.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Elba High School for Scott Rials… was named team Most Valuable Player his junior and senior years… voted Most Valuable Special Teams player…was a nominee of the Wendy’s Heisman Award…was a Bryant-Jordan Scholar Athlete Award nominee…was the recipient of the United State Army Reserve National Scholar-Athlete Award…finished his senior season with 26 catches for 619 yards and nine touchdowns…also had four special team touchdowns, including two punt returns and two kick returns… finished with 1,153 yards on 55 catches during his career with 18 touchdowns…helped the Tigers post back-to-back state playoff appearances, which was the first time in more than 10 years.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Walter Wellborn High School for Chris Cagle…recorded 78 solo tackles as a senior with 24 assists and had 16 tackles for loss…was a first-team All-State selection as a senior and earned second-team honors as a junior…was named team Most Valuable Lineman both in 2004 and 2005…had his best game of the season with 14 tackles vs Jacksonville…also lettered in wrestling, where he finished third in the state as an individual…guided the Panthers to the 2006 Class 4A State Championship as a senior and to the County and Sectional Championships as a junior.

5-11 • 190 • Sophomore Wide Receiver Elba, Ala. • Elba HS

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2006: Appeared in all 11 games…recorded 17 total tackles, 13 of which were solo with one sack…also recorded three quarterback hurries, one pass deflection and one pass break-up…had four tackles for loss for 14 yards…recorded a career high five tackles on 9/16 vs. SEMO…had four tackles on 10/14 at Mississippi State.

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2007: Played in 11 games…saw action at nose guard in seven games and played on the offensive line in each of the first three games of the season…made 18 tackles, 11 solo and seven assisted…had five tackles for loss with two sacks…had two quarterback hurries…was credited with three pass break ups…played a total of 179 snaps on defense and graded out at 89 percent…played 175 snaps on the offensive line and graded out at 72 percent.

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2008: Started all 11 games as the anchor of the Gamecocks’ defensive line as a junior…earned Second Team All-OVC honors after picking up 34 tackles, 17 solo, including three sacks and seven for a loss… had two quarterback hurries to go along with a pair of forced fumbles and a blocked kick…posted four solo tackles versus Tennessee State (11/15)...had three tackles, one solo, versus Tennessee Tech (11/8)... posted four solo tackles and one tackle for loss versus Austin Peay (11/1)...registered three tackles, two solo, and a sack versus UT Martin (10/23)...credited with four tackles, two solo, against Murray State (10/18)...had three stops, one solo, and a quarterback hurry against EKU (10/11)...tied a career-high with five tackles, three solo, and forced a fumble against Southeast Missouri (10/4)...recorded a careerhigh two sacks and tied for the team-high with four tackles against Chattanooga (9/20)...had two tackles, one solo, in his second start of the season against Alabama A&M (9/6)...started at nose tackle in the season opener against Georgia Tech (8/28)...made two solo tackles, one for loss of one yard.

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JSU OUTLOOK: Projected as the starting Nose Tackle entering the fall…expected to be the leader on the defensive line.


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SENIOR Reggie Wade

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL two pancake blocks and two knockdown blocks…played season-high 12 snaps against Murray State (10/18).

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JSU OUTLOOK: Enters the fall as the starting center…the leader on the offensive line…one of the hardest workers on the team.

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2008: Started the first nine games of the season at center for the Gamecocks before an injury forced him to miss the final two…played 517 snaps and tied for second on the team with 12 pancakes…graded 70% on the season with 57 knockdowns and 12 pancake blocks... graded 68% with 3 pancakes and 7 knockdowns vs EKU...graded 75% with 3 pancakes and 5 knockdowns vs SEMO...graded 71% with 1 knockdown vs EIU...graded 68% with 1 pancake and 6 knockdowns vs UTC...graded 76% with 1 pancake and 12 knockdowns vs AAMU... graded 70% with 1 pancake and 3 knockdowns in season opener at Georgia Tech.

PERSONAL: Full name is Matthew Ray Washington…son of Mike and Donna Washington…born on July 12, 1988…has one younger sister, Emmy…his grandfathers played baseball for the St. Louis Cardinals…majoring in liberal studies.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Alan Lee at St. Clair County High School…was twice named team Lineman of the Year and was team captain as a senior…finished his senior season with 130 knockdowns, 95 tackles, nine sacks and six forced fumbles…was a Second-Team All-State selection in 2005…was twice named All-Region as the Saints posted a 9-3 record in 2005 and 7-4 in 2004…was named Who’s Who Among American High School Students.

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6-1 • 285 • Senior Offensive Lineman Tuscumbia, Ala. • Northeast Mississippi CC

2007: Played in four games as a freshman…saw significant time against Austin Peay, Tennessee Tech and Southeast Missouri…earned highest grade of the season against APSU at 81 percent.

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JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played at Northeast Community College for Andy Greening…as a sophomore, was named second-team AllState…was invited to play in the Triumphant Sports Bowl in Mesa, Arizona, which is a junior college all-star game in 2007…played with JSU teammate C.J. Foster.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played for John Mothershed at Deshler High School…was a four-year starter and earned All-Region honors all four years…played in three consecutive Class 4A State Championship Games in 2003, 2004 and 2005. PERSONAL: Full name is Reginald Maurice Wade…son of Robert Wade, Sr., and Barbara…born on November 28, 1987…majoring in Exercise Science and Wellness at JSU.

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6-4 • 280 • Junior Offensive Lineman Springville, Ala. • St. Clair County HS

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2008: Saw action in five games as a reserve offensive lineman…played 42 plays, grading 52 percent overall and 61 percent on pass plays…had

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SENIOR John Houston Whiddon

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6-0 • 185 • Senior Wide Receiver Niceville, Fla. • Florida International

5-10 • 180 • Signee Wide Receiver Niceville, Fla. • Niceville HS

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PERSONAL: Full name is Marshall Williams…son of Marshall Williams and Nanette Hall…born on February 4, 1991…major is undeclared at JSU.

HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped for Keith Howard at Lincoln High School…was a first-team All-Region selection in 2007 and 2008… helped the Bears to an 11-2 record as a senior…was a four-time AllCounty selection…also ran track.

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PERSONAL: Full name is John Houston Whiddon…son of Paul and Lynn Whiddon…born on November 17, 1987…has one older brother, Tommy Joe, that played football at JSU and is currently a student assistant coach for Jack Crowe, his younger brother, Rayce, also played football for JSU. REC

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5-7 • 175 • Signee Cornerback Lincoln, Ala. • Lincoln HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played for John Hicks at Niceville High School…was a Class 5A all-State and All-Northwest Florida selection as a senior after leading his area with 49 catches for 827 yards and 11 touchdowns…was a member of the Panhandle All-Star team…earned second-team All-State honors as a junior and was a first-team AllNorthwest Florida and Big Play Award winner in 2004…finished his career with more than 175 catches and 2,300 yards…holds the school record for career receptions and career receiving yards…also lettered in wrestling, track and baseball…was an honor student.

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OTHER COLLEGE: Played two years at Florida International… as a freshman in 2006, appeared in all 12 games as a receiver and in punt and kick return situations…finished with 11 catches for 111 yards, including a career-long 22-yard reception at Florida Atlantic… grabbed his first intercollegiate catch for nine yards in the seasonopener vs Middle Tennessee…finished among the top 10 on the team with 15.1 all-purpose yards per game…as a sophomore in 2007, saw action in just four games and had just one catch for four yards, which came against Middle Tennessee.

PERSONAL: Full name is Rayce Patrick Whiddon…son of Paul and Lynn Whiddon…has two older brothers, Tommy Joe and John Houston…both bothers played football at Jacksonville State and Tommy Joe is currently a student assistant, while John Houston will be a senior this season…major is undeclared at JSU.

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2008: Appeared in 10 of the Gamecocks’ 11 games as a junior, earning the start against Alabama A&M on Sept. 6…caught nine passes for 142 yards, an average of 15.8 yards per catch that ranked third on the squad…returned one kickoff for 11 yards and five punts for a total of 14 yards…had one rush for four yards…caught one pass for six yards versus Tennessee State (11/15)...had one reception for five yards against Murray State (10/18)...tied a career-high with three catches for 27 yards against Eastern Kentucky (10/11)...threw a 37-yard touchdown pass to Maurice Dupree against Chattanooga (9/20)...caught one pass for a career-long 75 yards that eventually led to JSU’s final touchdown against Alabama A&M (9/6)...made his first appearance in a JSU uniform after transferring from Florida International versus Georgia Tech, where he caught three passes for 29 yards with a long of 19.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for John Hicks at Niceville High School…as a quarterback in 2008, he helped the Eagles set a school record with more than 2,600 yards of total offense…finished season with 986 passing yards and nine touchdowns…rushed for 468 yards and five touchdowns….as a junior, had 11 catches for 222 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

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WILKERSON 5-10 • 190 • Senior Wide Receiver Crestview, Fla. • Crestview HS

2007: Appeared in all 11 games for the Gamecocks as a sophomore, earning the start against Chattanooga on Sept. 8…was fifth on the team with 14 catches for 190 yards, an average of 13.6 yards per reception…caught first reception of season vs. UTC on Sept. 8 for 11 yards...had a seasonhigh five receptions for 73 yards at Memphis on Sept. 15...had two catches for 16 yards vs UT Martin on Oct. 4...had one catch for 13 yards at Samford on Nov. 3.

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in the league…had a 39-yard reception against Tennessee State (11/15)...caught three passes for 25 yards against Tennessee Tech (11/8)...posted career highs with eight catches for 123 yards and a nine-yard touchdown reception against Austin Peay (11/1)... hauled in a 66-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Perrilloux to pull the Gamecocks to within one point with 4:38 left in the fourth quarter against UT Martin...caught three passes for 32 yards in the Murray State game (10/18)...hauled in a career-high five passes for 57 yards against Eastern Kentucky (10/11)...caught two passes for 45 yards with a long of 35 against Southeast Missouri...had four receptions for 55 yards and caught a 17-yard touchdown pass for JSU’s first score against Eastern Illinois...caught a season-high four passes for 41 yards against Chattanooga (9/20)...saw his first action of the season against Alabama A&M (9/6) after missing the season opener versus Georgia Tech (8/28).

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2006: Saw action as a reserve wide receiver in all 11 games for the Gamecocks as a redshirt-freshman… despite not drawing a start, was the team’s second leading receiver after hauling in 21 passes for 392 yards and two touchdowns…averaged 18.7 yards per catch and 35.6 yards per game…was on the receiving end of the two longest offensive plays of the season for the Gamecocks, catching a 72-yard Matt Hardin pass against Samford on Nov. 11 and a 70-yard touchdown pass from Hardin against Tennessee State on Oct. 21…went over the 100yard plateau in each of those games, hauling in 110 yards on five catches against Tennessee State and 114 yards on just three catches against Samford… caught two passes for 45 yards, including a 32-yard reception, on Oct. 28 at Tennessee Tech.

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experienced big play receiver with an instinct for making downfield plays…could becomes one of the school’s all-time leading receivers with a big year in 2009. JSU CAREER:

2008: Saw action in 10 of the Gamecocks’ 11 games as a junior and was in the starting lineup for eight of them…caught 32 passes for 516 yards, which were both second on the team, and three touchdowns…averaged 16.1 yards per catch, which was fifth in the OVC, and 51.6 receiving yards per game, which ranked 10th

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HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped two years at Crestview High School… was named team captain and Most Valuable Player as a senior… named first team All-State in 2004… a member of the North-South Florida All-Star game… recorded 52 catches and 1,082 yards as a senior. PERSONAL: Full name is James Anthony Wilkerson…son of James Wilkerson and Darlene Sylvester…born July 6, 1987…has one sister, Kalani Ashston…major is Sociology at JSU. REC 2006 2007 2008 TOTAL

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Rec 21 14 32 67

Yds 392 190 516 1098

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL Jamaal

Young 5-7 • 175 • Junior Running Back Jackson, Miss. • Miss. Gulf Coast CC

JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played for Steve Campbell at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College…was a first-team All-South state selection after rushing for 1,081 yards and seven touchdowns as a sophomore in 2008…helped the Bulldogs win the National Championship his freshman year after rushing for more than 300 yards and a touchdown…finished his two-year career with 1,336 yards and eight touchdowns. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Lanier High School for Elbert Smith and Willie Young…was a second-team All-Region selection… finished his four-year career with more than 4,000 all-purpose yards and 28 touchdowns…was an honor student…named to the National Honor Society – Mu Alpha Theta. PERSONAL: Full name is Jamal Le’Eric Young…son of Eric and Jamelia Young…born on September 18, 1987…has one younger sister, Jaerica…majoring in Criminal Justice at JSU.

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2008: Battled midseason injuries limiting him to six games….started the season opener against Georgia Tech (8/28)… tallied 11 tackles, four solo, with one pass breakup… registered a season-high three tackles versus Georgia Tech and had two tackles against Alabama A&M (9/6), Austin Peay (11/1) and Tennessee Tech (11/8)…recorded a pass breakup against Chattanooga (9/20). 2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Enterprise High School for Kevin Collins…finished with 95 tackles, eight sacks one safety and six pass breakups as a senior…had his best game with 15 tackles, three quarterback hurries, one caused fumble and one fumble recovery versus Bainbridge (Ga.) his senior year…earned team MVP Defensive honors in 2006…named to the Dothan Eagle Super 12 and was the Southeast Sun Defensive Player of the Year…finished his career with more than 335 tackles and set high school record with 20 sacks…was an honor student.

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PERSONAL: Full name is Rylee Zalanka…son of Robert and Tiffanie Zalanka…born on February 13, 1989…has one brother, Brodie…his father, Robert, played football the University of Wyoming and was signed by JSU head coach Jack Crowe…mother, Tiffanie, ran track at the University of Wyoming…majoring in English.


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Jacksonville State begins its seventh year in the Ohio Valley Conference in 2009 and Jack Crowe says that 2009 could be a season to remember after the Gamecocks posted their sixth-straight winning season last year.

won 75 percent of their games, posting a 36-12 record. Eastern Kentucky is second with a 72.3 all-time winning percentage, while Eastern Illinois has a 69.1 winning percentage. A native of Birmingham, Crowe has coached over 30 years at some of the top programs in the country. During his career, he has worked at Auburn, Baylor, Arkansas, Clemson and Wyoming on the Division 1-A level and also has college coaching stints at North Alabama and Livingston (now West Alabama).

The 2008 Gamecocks posted an 8-3 overall record and fell just four points away from claiming the school’s third Ohio Valley Conference Championship. Jax State, which won Back-to-Back OVC Championships in 2003 and 2004, was the last team left out of the 16-team NCAA playoffs last year.

Crowe was named the head coach at Arkansas in January of 1990 after serving one year as offensive coordinator. He coached the Razorbacks to the 1991 Independence Bowl as head coach and the 1990 Cotton Bowl as an assistant, posting a 19-14 record. He was offensive coordinator at Baylor from 1993 to 1995 and led the Bears to the 1994 conference championship.

Jax State was ranked in the FCS poll for six weeks during the 2008 season, including a No. 22 ranking in the final poll. Most national publications have the Gamecocks ranked in the 2009 preseason polls, including three in the Top 20. Senior quarterback Ryan Perrilloux also has been named to the Walter Payton Award Watch List, which is awarded to the FCS National Player of the Year.

Crowe spent four seasons as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Auburn before moving to Clemson. The Tigers led the SEC twice in total offense and three times in rushing. Auburn played in the Florida-Citrus, Sugar, Liberty and Cotton Bowl games, and Bo Jackson became a Heisman Trophy winner under Crowe’s tutelage.

On the field, Crowe is a proven winner. He’s a skilled manager who brings to Gamecock football expertise, an eye for evaluating talent, and a personality that has energized the program. The 2004 Gamecocks earned their second-straight Ohio Valley Conference Championship with an impressive 7-1 league record and finished the regular-season with an incredible 9-1 overall record. For his efforts, Crowe was named the Roy Kidd OVC Football Coach of the Year by his peers for the 2004 season. Jax State advanced to the post-season for the second straight season and was ranked in the NCAA I-AA football Top 25 for 8-of-12 weeks during the championship season and rolled up some impressive offensive numbers. As a matter of fact, the Gamecocks gained at least 300 yards of total offense in 23-of-24 OVC contests during the span. The Gamecocks also had 11 games with at least 400 yards of total offense and five games with more than 500 yards. In 2003, his squad posted an impressive 7-1 league mark and claimed the Ohio Valley Conference Championship with a 22-17 win over Southeast Missouri State on Nov. 22, leading the Gamecocks to their first-ever Division I-AA play-off berth. Beginning his 10th season guiding Jax State, Crowe was hired as the 11th head football coach in the modern day era on Nov. 22, 1999, and he has helped return the Gamecock football tradition. Jax State is the winningest team – by percentage – in the Ohio Valley Conference since joining the league in 2003. The Gamecocks have

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He spent three years as the offensive coordinator at Clemson, where the Tigers posted a 29-6-1 record and won three-straight Atlantic Coast Conference Championships. His offense led the ACC in rushing in each of his three seasons. Under his guidance, Clemson played twice in the Florida-Citrus Bowl and once in the Gator Bowl.

Crowe spent the 1981 season at Wyoming, where the Cowboys finished 8-3. From 1978-80, he was the offensive coordinator at North Alabama. The Lions went 17-7 and won the 1980 Gulf South Conference title. He served as offensive coordinator at Livingston for three seasons (197476) before being elevated to head coach at age 28. Crowe got his start in coaching without playing college football. He played football and baseball at West End High School in Birmingham, then went to Jefferson State Junior College, where he stuck to baseball. He transferred to UAB and, after graduating with a degree in chemistry, became an assistant at West End High School. A year later, he became offensive coordinator at Oxford High School, where the Yellow Jackets posted a 21-1-1 record and two conference titles. Crowe is married to the former LeAnn Gaines of Anniston.


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Crowe vs All Opponents (Head Coaching Record) 3-0 0-2 1-0 2-1 0-2 4-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-2 3-3 3-3 1-0 0-3 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-2 0-1 2-0 0-3 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-2 5-1 2-1

North Alabama 0-3 Northwestern State 2-1 Ole Miss 0-2 Rice 1-1 SMU 2-0 Samford 8-0 Sam Houston State 1-2 South Florida 0-1 Southeast Louisiana 0-2 Southeast Missouri State 5-1 Southwest Texas 1-2 Stephen F. Austin 0-3 Tennessee-Martin 5-3 Tennessee State 4-1 Tennessee Tech 6-2 Texas 1-1 Texas A&M 0-2 Texas A&I 1-1 Texas Christian University 1-1 Texas Tech 0-2 Troy State 0-4 Tulsa 1-0 Tuskegee 2-0 UAB 0-1 Western Kentucky 0-1 TOTAL

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Alabama A&M Alabama State Arkansas State Austin Peay Baylor Chattanooga Citadel Colorado State Cumberland University Delta State Eastern Kentucky Eastern Illinois Emporia State Furman Georgia Georgia Southern Georgia Tech Houston Jacksonville State Kansas Louisiana-Lafayette McNeese State Memphis Miami Mississippi College Mississippi State Murray State Nicholls State

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1970-72: Oxford High School Offensive Coordinator Record: 21-1-1 1971, ‘72 Conference Champs

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1973-78: Livigston University Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator Record: 35-31   1975 NCAA Mideast Champs

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1978-80: University of North Alabama Offensive Coordinator Record: 17-7   1980 GSC, NCAA Mideast Champs

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1980-81: University of Wyoming Offensive Coordinator Record: 8-3

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1982-85: Auburn University Offensive Coordinator Record: 37-12   1983 SEC Champs

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1992 1991 1990 1978 1977

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1986-88: Clemson University Offensive Coordinator Record: 29-6-1   1986, ‘87, ‘88 ACC Champs

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1989-92: University of Arkansas Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator Record: 19-14 1989 SWC Champs

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1993-95: Baylor University Offensive Coordinator Record: 19-14 1994 SWC Champs

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2000-08: Jacksonville State University Head Football Coach Record: 57-42 2003, 2004 OVC Champs

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Ronnie Letson

Greg Stewart

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Ronnie Letson begins his sixth season coordinating the Gamecocks offense and will also coach quarterbacks for JSU head coach Jack Crowe for the 2009 season.

Last season, the Gamecocks once again led the Ohio Valley Conference in total offense, averaging 408.1 yards per game, which ranked 15th nationally. Letson also coached record setting quarterback Ryan Perrilloux, who passed for 2,318 yards and finished with 2,686 yards of total offense. More impressive was the Gamecock’s ability to score in the redzone, where the team scored on 38-of-41 trips inside the opponents 20-yard line (33 touchdowns and five field goals), which was ranked first in the nation.

In 2007, Jax State averaged 27.7 points per game and in 2006, the Gamecocks led the Ohio Valley Conference in scoring offense, averaging 25.9 points per game.

The year before in 2005, the JSU rushing offense led the conference for the thirdstraight season as junior Clay Green earned All-America honors along with offensive center Rod Olds, who signed an NFL contract with the Tennessee Titans. With Letson leading the JSU offense in 2004, the Gamecocks set school records for rushing yards per game and total offense. JSU also led the OVC in rushing offense (260.27) and finished sixth in the nation, while leading the league in total offense (444.45), scoring offense (37.45) and passing efficiency (142.56). Letson, who coached the Gamecock receiving corps for two seasons from 200001, spent the 2002 football season as the receivers coach at Presbyterian College, where the Blue Hose finished with an 8-3 record. He was an offensive administrative graduate assistant at Ole Miss in 2003 as the Rebels finished with a 10-3 record, a share of the Southeastern Conference Western Division Title and Cotton Bowl Championship.

Letson was moved to the defensive side of the ball as a graduate assistant in the Spring of 2004 before returning to the Gamecock coaching ranks in May of 2004. The 1999 graduate of Ole Miss was a three-year letterman after helping the Rebels to three-straight bowl victories. Ole Miss claimed the Ford Motor City Bowl against Marshall and two wins in the Independence Bowl, including a lastsecond win over Oklahoma.

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With the most coaching experience within the current Jacksonville State football staff, Greg Stewart will coach his 19th season in 2009 and will once again orchestrate the Gamecock defense. The Gamecocks have been the most dominate defense in the Ohio Valley Conference over the last three years. Last season, JSU led the OVC in scoring defense for the third straight year, allowing just 21.7 points per game. In 2007, the Gamecocks led the league in total defense (354.3 yards per game), rushing defense (145.5 yards per game) and scoring defense after allowing only 23.4 points per contest. In 2006, the Gamecocks allowed just 17.5 points per game, 114.8 rushing yards and only 270.2 yards of total yards, which were all tops in the conference. Since joining the OVC in 2003, the Gamecocks have placed 20 defensive players on the All-OVC teams, including linebacker Alexander Henderson, defensive back Carnell Clark, defensive lineman Thomas Brandt in 2008. In 1998-99, Stewart spent two seasons as the defensive coordinator at Delta State, where the Statesmen led the GSC in defense before he joined Jack Crowe’s staff in 2000. Stewart began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at JSU in 1989 and was elevated to full-time in 1991. He coached the Gamecock defensive line after serving as defensive backs coach for a year. He spent six seasons as outside linebacker coach and coached the running backs his first year on the staff in 1989.

Letson, 32, is single.

Stewart was a four-year starter at nose guard for Troy State from 198487. He helped guide the Trojans to two NCAA Division II National Championships and is the only member on the current staff who coached the Gamecocks to the 1992 NCAA Division II National Championship.

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The Decatur, Ala., native is married to the former Angela Peacock and they have four children, Jessie Kate, Hannah, Kinsey and Holly.

Letson was also a member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll and the University of Mississippi Athletic Academic Honor Roll.

Full Name: Ronald Irvin Letson, Jr. Family: Single Born: September 26, 1976

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High School: Norcross (Ga.) High School (1995) College: University of Mississippi (1999)

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University of Mississippi (1995-99) Played for three straight bowl championship teams for the Rebels, including a last-second win over Oklahoma in the 1999 Independence Bowl.

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Jacksonville State University (Wide Receivers) Presbyterian College (Wide Receivers) Ole Miss (Offensive Administrative Graduate Assistant/ Defensive Graduate Assistant) – SEC West Division Champs; Cotton Bowl Champs Jacksonville State University (Wide Receivers/Passing Game Coordinator) Jacksonville State University (Offensive Coordinator/ Wide Receivers)

PERSONAL Full Name: Family: Born:

Greg Stewart Wife (former Angela Peacock); Children -(daughters Jessie Kate, 16, Hannah, 15, Kinsey, 11 and Holly, 9) June 6, 1965

EDUCATION High School: College:

Austin High School (Decatur, Ala.) Troy State (1988)

Troy State (1983-87) Member of two NCAA Division II National Championships

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COACHING EXPERIENCE 1989-94 1995 1996 1997 1998-99 2000-09

Jacksonville State University (Outside Linebackers) Jacksonville State University (Running Backs) Jacksonville State University (Defensive Backs) Jacksonville State University (Defensive Line) Delta State (Defensive Coordinator/Inside Linebackers) Jacksonville State University (Defensive Coordinator/Inside Linebackers)


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Toby Norwood

Jimmy Ogle

Assistant Coach Secondary

Assistant Coach Runningbacks

In 2007, the Gamecocks led the league in total defense (354.3 yards per game), rushing defense (145.5 yards per game) and scoring defense after allowing only 23.4 points per contest.

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Lyle (Toby) Adams Norwood Wife (former Amy Swain); 2 Sons (Peter, 4, David (1 December 21, 1971

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Stanford University (1989-93) – Lettered four years at Stanford and was selected defensive captain of the 1993 Cardinal football team. Participated in the 1991 Aloha Bowl and the 1993 Blockbuster Bowl

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

COACHING EXPERIENCE

Auburn University (Administrative Graduate Assistant) Auburn University (Defensive Graduate Assistant) Jacksonville State University (Cornerbacks) Jacksonville State University (Secondary)

Full Name: Family: Born:

James M. Ogle, Jr. Wife (former Kaci Smith); Children daughter Abbie (10); son Jim (3) August 7, 1973

EDUCATION High School: College:

Bearden (Tenn.) High School (1991) University of Tennessee (1999)

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

University of Tennessee (1991-93) - Went to three straight bowl games - Fiesta, Citrus and Hall of Fame.

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University of Tennessee (Student Assistant/Quarterbacks/Tight Ends) Knoxville Central High School (Offensive Coordinator) Jacksonville State University (Tight Ends) Jacksonville State University (Running Backs) Jacksonville State University (Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator) Jacksonville State University (Running Backs)

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Brookstone (1990) Stanford University (1993)

Ogle is married to the former Kaci Smith and the couple has one daughter, Abbie, and one son, Jim.

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The following year, the Vols defeated Ohio State in the Citrus Bowl and then beat Northwestern in the 1996 Citrus Bowl. Tennessee then claimed the 1997 SEC Championship after defeating Auburn and played Nebraska in the Orange Bowl.

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While at Tennessee, he helped the Vols to wins in the Fiesta, Citrus and Hall of Fame bowls as a long-snapper. In 1994, he worked with the UT quarterbacks, including Heisman Trophy candidate Peyton Manning. Tennessee won the 1994 Gator Bowl over Virginia Tech.

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The Columbus, Ga., native earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Industrial Engineering from Stanford. He is married to the former Amy Swain and the couple has two children, Peter (4) and David (1).

Ogle played at the University of Tennessee from 1991-94 and then served as a student assistant from 1994-97. He spent the next two years as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Knoxville Central High School, where the team finished as the Class 4A State Runners-up.

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Norwood lettered four years in football and track and field at Stanford University and was selected as defensive captain of the 1993 Cardinal football team. He played in the 1991 Aloha Bowl and the 1993 Blockbuster Bowl. As a track and field athlete, he earned All-American honors in the hammer throw in 1995.

His rushing offense set school records for rushing yards per game (260.27) and total offense (444.45) during the 2004 season as the team won their secondstraight OVC Championship.

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Prior to working at Auburn, he served as a business technology analyst at Crowley Maritime in Jacksonville, Fla, from 2003-2005. From 1996-2002, he served as a business manager, industrial engineer and senior business analyst for Intel Corporation in Chandler, Arizona.

Four of his players have rushed for more than 1,200 yards in a single season, led by All-American Clay Green’s total of 1,352 in 2006. Rondy Rogers set JSU’s school record with 1,417 yards during the 2001 season, Kory Chapman, who played with the Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots, recorded the third best single-season rushing mark with 1,285 yards in 2003 and Oscar Bonds finished with 1,263 rushing yards and a school record 19 rushing touchdowns in 2004.

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Norwood spent two years at Auburn, where he was responsible for opponent scouting, organizing scout teams, video breakdown and computer data entry. He also prepared the defensive scouting report and assisted with on-campus recruiting.

Ogle helped establish the Gamecock running attack as one of the best in the Ohio Valley Conference after leading the league in rushing for three seasons with a 215.27 average in 2005 (17th nationally), 260.27 average in 2004 (6th nationally) and a 242.08 average in 2003 (12th nationally). Last season, he helped the Gamecocks lead the OVC in total offense, averaging 408.1 yards per game, which ranked 15th nationally.

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The Gamecocks have been the most dominating defense in the Ohio Valley Conference over the last two years. Last season, JSU led the OVC in scoring defense for the third straight year, allowing just 21.7 points per game.

Jimmy Ogle begins his 10th season on head coach Jack Crowe’s staff and the 2009 season marks his ninth coaching the Gamecock running backs.

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Toby Norwood begins his third season on the Gamecock staff and will coach the defensive secondary for Jack Crowe this season.


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Adam Ross

Scott Smouse Assistant Coach Offensive Line

Assistant Coach Tight Ends

Ross, a four-year letterman for the Gamecocks from 1998-2001, worded with the offensive line as a student assistant in 2002 before coaching tackles and tight ends as a graduate assistant in 2003. Last season, the Gamecocks once again led the Ohio Valley Conference in total offense, averaging 408.1 yards per game, which ranked 15th nationally. More impressive was the Gamecocks’ ability to score in the redzone, where the team scored on 38-of-41 trips inside the opponents 20-yard line (33 touchdowns and five field goals). In 2004, the Gamecock offense set school records for rushing yards per game and total offense, while leading the OVC and finishing sixth nationally in rushing offense (260.27). JSU also lead the league in total offense (445.45), scoring offense (37.45) and passing efficiency (142.56) during the Gamecocks’ second-straight OVC Championship that same season. Jax State continued its offensive domination in 2005 after leading the league in rushing for the third-straight season, averaging 215.27 per game and finishing 17th nationally. The Gamecocks led the OVC in scoring in 2006, averaging 25.9 points per game, and finished the 2007 season with 27.7 points per game. The Marietta, Ga., native was an All-Academic performer for Jax State and was a three-year starter on the Gamecock offensive line. JSU led the Southland in rushing his senior season and finished ninth nationally. Ross, 30, earned his B.S. in special education from Jax State in 2002 and a Master’s in Educational Administration from the University in 2003.

PERSONAL Full Name: Family: Born:

Adam Hunt Ross Single August 8, 1979

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EDUCATION

High School: Marietta High School (1997) College: Jacksonville State University (2002) Special Education Jacksonville State University (2003) Masters Educational Administration

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JSU’s Adam Ross begins his sixth season coaching the tight ends for Jack Crowe and will coordinate the Gamecock recruiting efforts for the second straight year in 2009 and will also oversee the special teams unit.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Jacksonville State University (1998-2001) COACHING EXPERIENCE 2002 2003 2004-08 2004-07 2008-09

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Jacksonville State University (Student Assistant) Jacksonville State University (Graduate Assistant Jacksonville State University (Tackles/Tight Ends) Jacksonville State University (Tackles/Tight Ends) Jacksonville State University (Tight Ends/Special Teams/ Recruiting)

Scott Smouse begins his second season with the Gamecocks in 2009 and will once again coach the offensive line for Jack Crowe.

Last season, the Gamecocks once again led the Ohio Valley Conference in total offense, averaging 408.1 yards per game, which ranked 15th nationally. More impressive was the Gamecocks’ ability to score in the redzone, where the team scored on 38-of41 trips (33 touchdowns and five field goals). Smouse joined the Gamecocks after coaching the offensive line at East Gadsden High School in Havana, Fla., during the fall of 2007.

Prior to his stint at East Gadsden, he coached two seasons at East Mississippi Community College (EMCC) in Scooba, Miss. During his second season at EMCC, he coached the offensive line that helped lead the way for the nation’s leading junior college rusher, LeGarrette Blount, who later signed at the University of Oregon. Four of Smouse’s offensive linemen received postseason honors in the state of Mississippi. Over his two seasons at EMCC, he coached nine players that signed with four-year institutions after completing their junior college eligibility. He also was a member of the Mississippi All-Star Game coaching staff in 2006, where his team won the game. Smouse spent two years at Louisiana State University, where served as a graduate assistant on the offensive side of the football and worked primarily with the offensive line. He was a part of teh 2003 National Championship team and coached the Tigers in the 2004 Capitol One Bowl.

Before arriving at LSU, Smouse spent two seasons at Newberry College, where he served as the offensive line and tight ends coach. He coached four offensive linemen and one tight end to All-South Atlantic Conference honors during his two years. Smouse graduated from Appalachian State in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in history and secondary education and then spent one season as a graduate assistant at Duke University, working with the defense. He earned his master’s degree in Kinesiology from LSU in 2005.

While attending Appalachian State, Smouse worked as a student assistant for the nationally-ranked Mountaineer football team, assisting with the offensive line, guiding the team to two Southern Conference Championships (1995 and 1999). Smouse is married to the former Carey Templeton and the couple has one son, Tyler, who is four years old.

PERSONAL Birth date: Wife: Child:

July 17, 1976 in Marshall, MI Carey Tyler, 4

EDUCATION

High School: Grimsley High School, Greensboro, NC, 1995 College: Appalachian State University, Boone, NC, 2000 Post-Graduate: Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, 2005

COACHING EXPERIENCE 1995-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2004-03 2005-06 2007 2008-09

Appalachian State University (student assistant – offensive line) Duke University (graduate-assistant – defense) Newberry College (offensive line) Louisiana State University (graduate-assistant – offense) East Mississippi Community College (offensive line) East Gadsden High School (offensive line) Jacksonville State University (offensive line)


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Maxwell Thurmond

Matt Wannebo

Assistant Coach Defensive Backs

Assistant Coach Outside Linebackers

Maxwell Thurmond Wife (former Gresha Johnson), Children: son Maxwell Sidney-George Thurmond, Jr. (13) and daughter, Asha Myel Thurmond (13) March 1, 1978 Worth County High School (1996) Jacksonville State University (2001)

Jacksonville State

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COACHING EXPERIENCE 2001 2002-03 2004-05 2006-09

(1996-2000)

Jacksonville State (Student Assistant/Secondary) Jacksonville State (Outside Linebackers) Jacksonville State (Cornerbacks) Jacksonville State (Outside Linebackers)

Matt Wannebo Single May 14, 1959

EDUCATION High School: College:

Cooper High School (1977) Hamline University (1981)

Hamline University

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COACHING EXPERIENCE

1982 1983-86 1986-88 1988-90 1990-92 1992-96 1996-98 2000-09

Cooper High School (Assistant Coach) Auburn University (Graduate Assistant) Minnesota (Graduate Assistant) Clemson University (Graduate Assistant) University of Arkansas (Graduate Assistant) University of Alabama (Operations) Auburn University (Operations/Secondary) Jacksonville State University (Defensive Backs)

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Wannebo is a native of Minnesota and a 1977 graduate of Cooper High School. He is currently single.

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His coaching ventures have included some prominent Division I programs, including Auburn, Alabama, Arkansas and Minnesota. Prior to joining the Gamecocks in 2000, Wannebo coached the secondary at Auburn.

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A former quarterback from Hamline University in St. Paul, Minn. (1977-81), Wannebo earned his degree in both education and exercise science then moved on to Auburn University, where he graduated with a Master’s Degree in Motor Learning and Motor Development..

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Thurmond, 30, holds a degree in Exercise Science. He is married to the former Gresha Johnson and he has a son, Maxwell Thurmond, Jr. (13) and a daughter, Asha Thurmond (13).

In 2004, the Gamecocks led the OVC in rushing defense and turnover margin, after recording 16 interceptions. They had 15 the year before, more than another other team in the OVC.

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Thurmond was a second-team All-Region performer at Worth County High School in Sylvester, Ga. He led the team to the region championship his senior year after posting an 8-3 record.

In 2006, the Gamecocks allowed just 17.5 points per game, 114.8 rushing yards and only 270.2 yards of total yards, which were all tops in the conference.

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Thurmond, a former cornerback for the Gamecocks (1996-2000), recorded 63 tackles throughout his career. As a senior, Thurmond recorded 23 tackles and had an interception return for 40 yards to help the Gamecocks defeat Nicholls State.

Last season, JSU led the OVC in scoring defense for the thirdstraight year, allowing just 21.7 points per game. In 2007, the Gamecocks led the league in total defense (354.3 yards per game), rushing defense (145.5 yards per game) and scoring defense after allowing only 23.4 points per contest.

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With Thurmond on board, the Gamecocks led the Ohio Valley Conference in rushing defense for two seasons, ranking 10th nationally in 2004 and 23rd nationally in 2003. JSU led the league in turnover margin for three-straight years and finished ninth in the country in 2003, eighth in 2004 and seventh during the 2005 season.

The Gamecocks have been the most dominating defense in the Ohio Valley Conference over the last three years with the help of the defensive backs.

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The Gamecocks have been the most dominate defense in the Ohio Valley Conference over the last three years. Last season, JSU led the OVC in scoring defense for the third straight year, allowing just 21.7 points per game. In 2007, the Gamecocks led the league in total defense (354.3 yards per game), rushing defense (145.5 yards per game) and scoring defense after allowing only 23.4 points per contest.

One of the most experienced coaches on the staff, Matt Wannebo enters his tenth season leading the Gamecock defensive backs in the 2009 season.

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Max Thurmond begins his eighth season on the Gamecock coaching staff and his sixth with the outside linebackers. He also spent two years with the cornerbacks.

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Davern Williams

Assistant Coach Defensive Line

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Davern Williams, who was a seventhround draft pick of the Miami Dolphins, begins his first season on the Gamecock coaching staff and will coach the defensive line for Jack Crowe.

Williams spent last season at Millsaps College and was able to develop a youthful defensive line that accounted for 13.5 of the team’s 22 quarterback sacks, 32 tackles-for-loss and a pair of fumble recoveries. The Majors’ defense as a whole ranked 25th in the nation in scoring defense, giving up two touchdowns or less in 9 of 12 games after posting an 11-1 record. Williams coached the defensive line at Huntingdon College for two years before joining Mike DuBose at Millsaps for the 2008 season.

Aaron Dobbins Student Manager

Before playing in the pros, Williams was a three-year standout at Troy University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in sports and fitness management and recorded 163 total tackles, 6.0 sacks, 30 quarterback pressures, 19 tackles for loss, three forced fumbles, a fumble recovery and an interception. As a sophomore, Williams earned All-Southland Conference honorable mention honors, while as a junior, he tallied a career-high 61 tackles.

Kortne Gosha Student Manager

Williams began his collegiate career at Auburn, where he appeared in two games in 1998.

A native of Montgomery, Ala., Williams prepped at Jefferson Davis High School where he helped the Vols to a 1996 6A state title. He was a three-time all-metro selection, two-time all-state performer and the Montgomery Advertiser’s 6A Player of the Year as a senior. Following his senior campaign, Williams played in the AlabamaMississippi All-Star Football Classic. He also participated in basketball and track and field at Jefferson Davis PERSONAL

Full Name: Family: Born:

Mike Johnson Student Assistant

Davern L. Williams Single February 13, 1980

Tommy Rybacki Student Assistant

EDUCATION High School: College:

Jeff Davis High School (1996) Troy University (2002)

Auburn University (1999) Troy University (2000-2002) Miami Dolphins (2003) New York Giants (2004)

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Support Staff

MEET THE SUPPORT STAFF

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2006-07 2008 2009

Huntingdon College (Defensive Line) Millsaps (Defensive Line) Jacksonville State University (Defensive Line)

Errol Seaver Student Assistant Tommy Joe Whiddon Student Assistant

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Head Coach Jack Crowe

Greg Stewart

1984 NCAA Division II National Championship 1986 Gulf South Conference Championship 1987 Gulf South Conference Championship 1987 NCAA Division II National Championship 1989 Gulf South Conference Championship 1992 Gulf South Conference Championship 1992 NCAA Division II National Championship 2003 Ohio Valley Conference Championship 2004 Ohio Valley Conference Championship 7 NCAA Play-off Appearances

Maxwell Thurmond

2003 Ohio Valley Conference Championship 2004 Ohio Valley Conference Championship

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2003 Ohio Valley Conference Championship 2004 Ohio Valley Conference Championship

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Adam Ross

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1983 Southeastern Conference Championship 1988 Atlantic Coast Conference Championship 1992 Southeastern Conference Championship 1992 National Championship 1997 Southeastern Conference Championship 2003 Ohio Valley Conference Championship 2004 Ohio Valley Conference Championship 14 Bowl Appearances

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1980 Gulf South Conference Championship 1983 Southeastern Conference Championship 1986 Atlantic Coast Conference Championship 1987 Atlantic Coast Conference Championship 1988 Atlantic Coast Conference Championship 1989 Southwest Conference Championship 1994 Southwest Conference Championship 2003 Ohio Valley Conference Championship 2004 Ohio Valley Conference Championship 10 Bowl Appearances 3 NCAA Play-off Appearances

Ronnie Letson

1995 Southern Conference Champions 1999 Southern Conference Champions 2003 Southeastern Conference Champions 2003 BCS National Champions 2004 Capital One Bowl

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1991 Aloha Bowl 1993 Blockbuster Bowl

Scott Smouse

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Toby Norwood

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2003 Southeastern Conference West Championship 2004 Ohio Valley Conference Championship 3 Bowl Appearances

Davern Williams

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2000 Southland Football League Championship 2008 SCAC Championship

Jimmy Ogle

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1997 Southeastern Conference Championship 2003 Ohio Valley Conference Championship 2004 Ohio Valley Conference Championship 7 Bowl Appearances

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Why we are the gamecocks

Jacksonville State University’s first football team was fielded in the late 1800’s and nicknamed in honor of a rare predatory bird found near the Arctic circle. The exact details are lost to history, but a group of fans decided it was hard for the school’s image to soar like an eagle if the team’s name was something of a turkey. People like E.C. Wilson, Bruce Chase and Charles Sprayberry felt a more collegiate-sounding moniker would be more appropriate. The supporters looked to Southern culture rather than the north pole to symbolize the school’s tough spirit. Tongue firmly planted in beak, Gamecock supporters crowed the loudest, and the University found itself with a new identity: a mascot familiar to everyone, including the farm boys who comprised most of the student body back then.

For nearly a half-century – up until 1946 – the fledgling Eagle Owls hooted with pride from the scanty facilities adjacent to the field at John Forney National Guard Armory. The State Normal School (SNS) team was sparse by today’s standards, but the gridiron action was competitive from the start. Present day rivalries such as Samford (Howard College)

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“Go Eagle Owls!” would be the resounding cry from Paul Snow Stadium today if ardent fans hadn’t decided 50 years ago that the school mascot should be a bird of a different feather.

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and Troy State were rooted in those early games.

The team had only 23 players when SNS was renamed Jacksonville Teachers College in 1946, with Head Coach Don Salls beginning his first season, but there was a “big school” atmosphere developing in the foothills.

Along with the new name came new colors. The blue and gold were tossed out in favor of the familiar red and white worn by the area high school players.

The story goes that there were two camps - those who wanted to keep the Eagle Owl nickname and those who wanted new colors. Legend has it that a compromise was worked out; new colors for a new mascot.

It was all worked out by 1947 when the Fighting Gamecocks took to the field for the first time. And, as is true to the nature of the warlike bird itself, the football team and other athletes fought their way to respectability in intercollegiate ranks - eventually bringing home a national championship in every major sport.


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Near Atlanta, Near Birmingham, Near Perfect!

Area Climate­- Average Temperature January 40.6 April 56.6 July 80.3 October 63.0

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Although our slogan reads, near Atlanta…near Birmingham…near Perfect, our citizens will tell you that the commitment to caring for others combined with a strong work ethic and community spirit makes “Calhoun County…the perfect” place to live.

Quick Facts About Calhoun County Population Statistics Calhoun County: 116,290 Anniston: 24,617 Jacksonville: 10,635 Oxford: 11,333 Piedmont: 5,210

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A surprising variety of experiences await you in Calhoun County. The climate here allows for year round golf, tennis, hiking, or any activity you may enjoy in the great outdoors.

Anniston Downtown Historic District Anniston Museum of Natural History-Anniston Berman Museum of World History-Anniston Calhoun County Courthouse-Anniston Centennial Memorial Park & Alabama Vietnam Memorial Wall-Anniston Chief Ladiga Trail-Anniston, Weaver, Jacksonville and Piedmont Choccolocco State Forest Coldwater Covered Bridge-Oxford Ft. McClellan National Wildlife Refuge Knox Concert Series Neely Henry Lake, Calhoun County Boat, Recreation Facility-Ohatchee Oxford Lake & Civic Center The Church of St. Michael and All Angels-Anniston The Victoria Inn-Anniston The Wren’s Nest Gallery-Anniston Woodland Park Softball Complex-Anniston Wright Dairy-Alexandria Zinn Park-Anniston

Alabama Princess River Boat – Gadsden Atlanta Braves-Baseball Atlanta Falcons-Football Atlanta Hawks- Basketball Atlanta Motor Speedway-Motersports Atlanta Thrashers-Hockey Birmingham Zoo Cheaha State Park DeSoto Caverns – Childersburg Guntersville State Park and Lodge International Motorsports Hall of Fame McWane Science Center-Birmingham Noccalula Falls Park – Gadsden Oak Mountain State ParkBirmingham Silver Lakes Golf-Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail Six Flags Over Georgia-Atlanta Talladega National Forest Talladega Superspeedway Visionland-Birmingham White Water Park-Atlanta

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Tucked into the rolling foothills of the Appalachian mountain range in Northeast Alabama, Calhoun County is a growing business center, yet still evokes an atmosphere of small-town America. We are a tranquil community with a fabulous climate of four distinctive seasons, full bloom summers, and brilliantly colored falls. In every direction there are tree-covered mountains, deep canyons, lush valleys, and underground springs. And yet, if you begin to yearn for big city life, we are only 60 miles from Birmingham, and 90 miles from Atlanta.

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StudentLife

At Jacksonville State University, we want to provide you with a pathway to a successful career. That’s why we provide a solid, well-rounded education. We are committed to offering a wide variety of academic programs to a diverse student population, with students from more than 35 states and 75 countries. We offer more than 45 undergraduate degree programs, giving you a wide spectrum of fields from which to choose. We also believe your education should extend beyond the classroom. We have more than 100 clubs, organizations, honor societies and leadership groups for you to join. When you finish studying and need to put away the books for while, there is always something to do at JSU! You can catch a campus movie, attend a free aerobics class, play racquetball or work out at Stephenson Hall, see a comedian or go to the latest SGA concert.

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL Student Government Association Every JSU student is automatically a member of the Student Government Association. Entering freshmen even have their own special part in Student Government-Freshman Forum. The SGA is always looking for students of all ages to pitch in and lend a helping hand. Throughout the year, the SGA sponsors comedians, game show, movie nights and many other exciting events. Go the SGA office and join a committee. Who knows? You just might find yourself as the SGA President one day.

Catherine Calloway–News Anchor for CNN Headline News

Ray Clark–Environmental Advisor to Presidents Clinton and Bush Eric Davis–All-Pro defensive back NFL

Jim Folsom, Jr.–Former Governor, State of Alabama Dr. Charles Gamble–Author, Professor, University of Alabama, School of Law

Learn more about JSU! Visit www.jsu.edu or call the Admissions Office at 1-800-231-5291. Keep up with JSU Athletics at www.jsugamecocksports.com.

Heather Whitestone McCallum–1995 Miss America

Todd Jones–Major League Baseball All-Star, Relief Pitcher

David Kinsaul–Chief Operating Officer, Children’s Hospital in Birmingham Keith McKeller–Former starting center on JSU’s 1985 National Championship basketball team, who later played eight years with the Buffalo Bill of the NFL, starting in four consecutive Super Bowls

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Rick Bragg–Pulitzer Prize Winner, 1996

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Drama The Drama Department welcomes anyone to participate in its productions. We offer a variety of ways to become involved in our program-from acting to building sets and costumes to working with lighting and sound. Graduates of JSU’s nationally accredited program have been accepted to major graduate theatre programs and are now working in professional theatre or entertainment arenas across the country.

Types of Financial Aid Available Federal Pell Grants Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Federal Subsidized and Unsubsidized Direct Student Loan Federal Direct Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students Federal Work-Study Alabama Student Assistance Grant Other federal, state and institutional aid

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Media Our campus newspaper, radio station and yearbook are entirely student run and operated. All students are eligible to participate. With the newly renovated television studio, students can take part in the production of several programs that are broadcast on the local TV station. So, if you’ve ever dreamed of being an investigative reporter or a radio DJ, it is within your reach at JSU!

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Professors JSU is one of the best educational buys in Alabama. As an accredited comprehensive University our focus is on teaching. Classes are led by Ph. D. level faculty members, not teaching assistants. We have nationally recognized programs in business and teacher education. Graduates of many of our degree programs are 100 percent employed.

University Housing The Jacksonville State housing community is comprised of eight residence halls, four apartment complexes and several houses. University housing is offered within walking distance from the campus. A standard room includes two extra-long twin beds (except Sparkman), two desks, two closets, two chests of drawers and two study lights. Every room has telephone and cable connections. All residence halls have laundry facilities and vending machines. Custodial service is provided to clean public areas in the residence halls Monday through Friday. There are designated study areas in each of the residence halls for students who desire a quiet, study-oriented environment. Most halls are wired for Internet access and television lounges help create a friendly community atmosphere.

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And if that isn’t enough, Pete Mathews Coliseum has an indoor swimming pool and a weight room with free-weight equipment. There are also indoor and outdoor walking tracks and five tennis courts.

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Three Meals A Day Three well-balanced meals are served daily in Jack Hopper Dining Hall, located in the middle of campus. The new Jack Hopper Dining Hall offers a greater selection to its customers and “fresh and on time” is the concept! The new features include a pizza station and a sandwich station as well as a food bar where salads can be tossed or sandwiches made in the customers’ presence. A grill and what Marriott calls the ‘Classics,’ presents the basic meat and potato meal. Experience the new and exciting Jack Hopper Dining Hall!

And many more!

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Intramural Sports Check out JSU’s recreational facilities. Whether it’s an aerobics class, a challenging game of racquetball or just shooting a few hoops, there is always something exciting to do. If you are an energetic type who loves competition, the Recreational Sports Department offers numerous intramural events. Individual sports, including racquetball, badminton and tennis, as well as flag football (for men and women), volleyball and other team sports are offered.

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SGA Sponsored Concerts on the Campus of JSU! Rascal Flatts Train Semisonic Sister Hazel Hootie and the Blowfish Barbara Mandrell The Smithereens Alabama Kiss Bob Hope Dolly Parton Violent Femmes Charlie Daniel’s Band The Beach Boys Hank Williams, Jr. Cheap Trick Sara Evams

The Library The University was established as a state teacher’s college in 1883. Named for President Emeritus, Dr. Houston Cole, the Houston Cole Library was built in 1972. The facility is a thirteen-story building divided into eight micro-libraries. Floors two through seven and nine through ten are divided into public subject areas and are managed by subject specialist librarians. Each public service librarian is responsible for collection maintenance and development, supervision of student employees, liaison activities, and instruction. The Library is staffed with fourteen professional and nineteen paraprofessional employees.

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The Athletic Support Groups of the SGA are the Ballerinas, cheerleaders, Gamecock Hostesses and Hardcorps and the Go Go Girls (JSU’s Pep Band and Dancers). For a full list of Special Interests Groups, Honor Societies, Professional Club and Religious Groups see a JSU viewbook or call the SGA office at 256782-5490.

Student Services Your SUCCESS outside, as well as inside, the classroom is important to us. We provide services to help you find a career through our Career Placement Services Office. Companies such as Boeing, Sherwin Williams, Lockheed Martin, Intergraph and numerous school systems frequently recruit on JSU’s campus. We’re here to help… • Counseling and Career Services • Disability Support Services • Learning Services • Supplemental Learning Services • Multicultural Services • Student Health Center • Career Placement Services • Student Activities • University Police Department

Kathy Daknis Nelson–Brand Director for Whirlpool, Kitchen Aid line

Randy Owen–Lead Singer of music group Alabama and member of JSU’s Board of Trustees Jeh Jeh Pruitt–Fox 6 Sportscaster in Birmingham Dr. Greg Robinson –Professor of Chemistry, University of Georgia

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JACKSONVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY Friendliest Campus in the South Academic excellence, A beautiful setting. Friendly people.

All this and much more make Jacksonville State University right for you.

Jacksonville State University’s main campus is located in one of the most beautiful areas of Alabama. A blend of modern and old, Jacksonville is a charming Southern village that is rich in history, dotted with Civil War monuments, nationally registered antebellum homes, and other historic sites. From our very beginning in 1883 as a state teacher’s college, the focus at JSU has been on education. 120 years later, JSU has developed a rich history of providing a quality education in diverse fields of study. JSU has the right balance of qualities that people look for in a university. At JSU, you will gain excellent career preparation, skills to compete in the 21st century, and begin to shape your future. Come explore Jacksonville State University. It’s right for you!

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M i ss i o n S tat e m e n t Jacksonville State University is a public, comprehensive teaching institution that provides educational, cultural, and social experiences for a diverse undergraduate and graduate student population. As a student-centered university, Jacksonville State University strives to balance academic challenges with a range of support services for students’ academic, career, and personal goals. As an academic institution, Jacksonville State University seeks to produce broadly educated graduates with skills for employment, citizenship, and life-long learning. As comprehensive university, Jacksonville State University supports scholarly and service activities consistent with its academic and professional strengths.


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The History

Jacksonville State University has been served by 11 presidents: James G. Ryals, Jr. (1883-85), J. Harris Chappell (1885-86), Carleton Bartlett Gibson (1886-92), J. B. Jarrett (1892-93), Jacob Forney IV (1893-99), Clarence William Daugette (1899-1942), Houston Cole (1942-71), Ernest Stone (1971-81), Theron E. Montgomery (1981-86), Harold J. McGee (1986-99), and William A. Meehan (1999-present).

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Jacksonville State University has developed into a modern regional university serving Northeast Alabama on a 392-acre campus with 63 buildings. In addition, the University operates an off-campus center in Gadsden and videoconferencing sites throughout Alabama and Northwest Georgia. Through its programs of teaching, research, and service, Jacksonville State University has served the region and state for more than 100 years.

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The Normal School remained in operation until 1930, when it became Jacksonville State Teachers College. Five years later, the College earned regional accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The name again changed to Jacksonville State College in 1957

when the first graduate program—the master’s degree in elementary education—was created. On August 2, 1966, the Legislature authorized the State Board of Education to elevate the College to university status. On August 17, 1967, the Legislature established an independent Board of Trustees for the University and divested jurisdiction from the State Board of Education.

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From modest beginnings, Jacksonville State University has evolved into the educational center of Northeast Alabama. The Alabama Legislature in the 1882-83 session created a state normal school when Governor Edward O’Neal signed into law a bill creating the school on February 22, 1883. Jacksonville State Normal School acquired the facilities and equipment of Calhoun College, consisting of 12 acres of land and a two-story brick building. The Board of Directors elected James G. Ryals, Jr., as the first president. The school opened with three instructors: W. J. Borden, Mathematics; Eliza A. Bowen, English; and Ida J. Woodward, primary department. As stipulated in the establishing act, the Normal School administered a preparatory school for children of the town and surrounding areas. At the end of the first year, on August 15, 1884, William Mark Hames, President of the Board of Directors, reported that funds totaling $4,751.25 had been received, including $2,500 from the state; that 25 students were enrolled in the normal school; and that 222 were in the preparatory school.

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Academic Affairs JSU seeks to be recognized as the premier regional, comprehensive institution of higher learning in the Southeast. We aspire to be noted primarily for our focus on students, the provision of selected academic and professional programs recognized for their excellence, and a geo

graphic and culturally diverse faculty and student body. Our educational programs are designed to prepare students for the marketplace of the future and citizenship in a world economy.

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Majors and Concentrations at JSU ART -Ceramics -Drawing -Graphic Design -Painting -Photography -Printmaking BIOLOGY -Animal Biology -Cellular and Molecular Biology -Ecology/Environmental Biology -General Biology -Marine Biology -Natural History -Plant Biology -Pre-Health Professional BUSINESS -Accounting -Economics International Business -Finance -Management* Human Resource Mgt. Info. Mgt./E-Commerce -Marketing CHEMISTRY -Biochemistry -General Chemistry -Environmental Chemistry -Professional COMMUNICATION -Broadcasting -Print Journalism -Public Relations COMPUTER SCIENCE -Information Assurance -Game Development -General COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS -Information Assurance -Web Development -General

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CRIMINAL JUSTICE -Corrections -Forensic Investigations -Law Enforcement -Security Administration/ Loss Prevention DRAMA -Performance -Design/Technical EDUCATION -Early Childhood Education (P-3) -Elementary Education (K-6) -Collaborative Teacher/Special Education (K-12) -Biology (6-12) -Business Marketing (6-12) -Career Technologies (6-12) -English Language Arts (6-12) -Family and Consumer Sciences (6-12) -French (P-12) -General Science (6-12) -History (6-12) -Instrumental Music (6-12) -Mathematics (6-12) -Physical Education (P-12) -Social Sciences (6-12) -Spanish (P-12) -Technical Education (6-12) -Vocal Music (P-12) EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT* ENGLISH EXERCISE SCIENCE & WELLNESS FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCES -Child Development* -Dietetics -Human Sciences -Merchandising -Hospitality & Culinary Management FOREIGN LANGUAGE -French -Spanish

GEOGRAPHY -General Geography -Geoarchaeology -Geographic Techniques HISTORY LIBERAL STUDIES MATHEMATICS -Applied Mathematics -General Mathematics -Theoretical Mathematics MILITARY SCIENCE (minor only) MUSIC -General Music -Music Education NURSING POLITICAL SCIENCE PRE-PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS -Pre-Engineering -Pre-Law PSYCHOLOGY RECREATION LEADERSHIP -Community Recreation -Outdoor Education -Youth Development SOCIAL WORK SOCIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY -Industrial Technology Mgt. -Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems -Electronics Technology -Occupational Safety and Health Technology * online degrees The university is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).


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StRENGTH & CONDITIONING

The William Taylor Stewart Strength and Conditioning Center is located Kennamer Hall and is widely regarded as one of the top training facilities in the Ohio Valley Conference. At just over 6,000 square feet, it is home to a wide array of strength building machines that has played a large role in JSU’s 37 conference championships over the last six seasons.

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The strength and conditioning staff is headed by Scott Austin, who enters his eighth season at JSU in 2008-09. Austin is responsible for the design and implementation of the department’s entire strength and conditioning program. He is also a veteran of the United States Military and served 19 months in Iraq, beginning in 2006 and ending in the fall of 2007.

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Wes Brasseal

Strength and Conditioning Assistant

Also playing vital roles in the JSU Strength and Conditioning department are Wes Brasseal and Ricky Rutledge. Brasseal begins his fourth season at JSU this fall. Rutledge, a former head football coach at Jacksonville High School, begins his fourth season with JSU.

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Gamecock Club

Hosts of alumni and zealous fans of Gamecock Athletics have joined in a region-wide campaign to help aid in the education of the men and women who proudly wear the RED and WHITE. In addition to receiving a sense of pride and personal satisfaction from investing in the lives of JSU studentathletes, Gamecock Club members

Your tax-deductible contribution to the Gamecock Club will provide operating and athletics aid to all 16 sports. In addition, your support will provide aid for unbudgeted expenses and other related areas that continue the success of JSU Athletics. To join the Gamecock Club, call the JSU Athletic Department at 256-7825536.

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The small band of fans became the Jacksonville State University Honorary Coaches Association and the University’s first booster club. In 1983, the Honorary Coaches, who had

Years later and with more than 30 years of history, the Gamecock Club is committed to supporting all athletic programs at Jacksonville State University.

receive certain other benefits including priority in purchasing certain season tickets; private and semiprivate parking at home athletic contests; access to the Gamecock Center during JSU athletic events; and various other membership recognition items.

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The Gamecock Club, which is known as the right arm of the JSU Athletic Department, originated in 1969 when a group of almost a dozen fans of the football team decided to help raise money to support a tutorial program.

primarily supported football, voted to expand the group’s support to all sports. Four years later, the group changed its’ name to the Gamecock Club.

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The upcoming 2009-10 season marks the 26th anniversary of the Gamecock Club that supports all 16 sports sponsored by Jacksonville State. The foundation’s primary goal is the help JSU maintain one of the top athletic programs in the country.

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Alumni Affairs

Jacksonville State University 700 Pelham Road North Jacksonville, Al 36265

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The Mission of the Jacksonville State University Alumni Association is to:

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The Alumni Association

The Jacksonville State University Alumni Association is here to serve you! The Alumni Office serves all JSU alumni as a partner between the University and our alumni. We need your ideas, your enthusiasm, your support and your presence. We look forward to visiting with you soon. Go Gamecocks!

alumni@jsucc.jsu.edu

l foster and strengthen the relationship between Jacksonville State and its alumni and friends; l preserve and promote the University’s traditions, purposes, growth and development; keep alive the spirit of affection, respect and gratitude for our alma mater.

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Sports Medicine Facilities and Staff

Dr. Michael Herndon

Dr. E. Lyle Cain

Head Team Physician

Eric Johnson

JSU Sports Medicine

Located in the Gamecock Field House, the JSU Sports Medicine Center has undergone an impressive re-modeling phase. Because of the re-model, the facility has doubled in square footage and will house some state-of-the-art features.

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Dr. Bruce E. Cunningham, DMD Team Dentist

Orthopedics

Jim Skidmore

JSU Sports Medicine

Under the direction of Mr. Jim Skidmore, JSU student-trainers experience extensive instruction and supervision, helping to oversee all the medical needs for all 16 Gamecock teams. There are three full-time trainers and up to 15 student-trainers on staff.

Dr. William Clancy Otorhinolaryngology

Sumer Chesnut

JSU Sports Medicine

Skidmore has more than 34 years experience in the field and is assisted by Eric Johnson, who has 17 years experience of his own, and Sumer Chesnut begins her second year at JSU.


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Jacksonville State University is committed to promoting and assisting all students in areas of academics, admissions, financial aid and counseling. ACE (Academic Center for Excellence) enhances student academic success and persistence through graduation. ACE, located in the Montgomery Building, develops student academic skills, student adjustment to college, student and faculty/ staff appreciation and cultural diversity, student-centered skills and intrusive academic advisement. ACE services are divided into two areas: Encouragment Advising, comprised of Counseling and Career Services, Disability Support Services, Multicultural Servcies and Orientation/Advisement Services; and Learning Assisting, comprised of Learning Services and Supplemental Learning Services.

JSU is committed to producing champions both on the field and in the classroom and an invaluable resource to help the Gamecock student-athletes achieve their academic potential is the Athletic Department’s academic support staff. Among the many services it provides are:

From admission through graduation, Jacksonville State is committed to providing services and support that equip studentathletes with life skills which promote success in present and future endeavors. The CHAMPS/Life Skills program is to develop, nurture and motivate student-athlete excellence by promoting the support services and opportunities available throughout the University’s diverse colleges, departments and organizations.

l Advisement in the scheduling of classes l Academic and Eligibility advisement l Athletic study hall

l Life Skills class for first year studentathletes

l Monitoring classroom attendance and performance

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Jacksonville State University

Board of Trustees Governor Bob Riley Governor of Alabama

Dr. Joseph B. Morton

State Superintendent of Education Jim Bennett Jim Coxwell Thomas W. Dedrick, Sr. Jamie “Red” Etheredge Jim Folsom Randy Jones Randy Owen G. “Mack” Roberts Ronald Smith

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District 6-Birmingham, AL

Jamie “Red” Etheredge

District 1-Gulf Shores, AL

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Birmingham, AL Anniston AL Tuscaloosa, AL Gulf Shores, AL Cullman, AL Guntersville, AL Fort Payne, AL Montgomery, AL Jacksonville, AL

Thomas W. Dedrick, Sr.

Bob Riley Governor

District 7, Tuscaloosa, AL

Jim Folsom

District 4-Cullman, AL

Randy Jones

District 5-Guntersville, AL

Dr. Joseph B. Morton State Superintendent of Education

Randy Owen

Member at Large-Ft. Payne, AL

Jim Coxwell

District 3-Anniston, AL

G. Mack Roberts

District 2-Montgomery, AL

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782-5417 bgeyer@jsu.edu 782-8066 jhoffman@jsu.edu 782-5494 tmackey@jsu.edu

Rifle Ron Frost Head Coach Women’s Volleyball Rick Nold Head Coach Abby Showers Assistant Coach Cross Country/Track and Field Steve Ray Head Coach Asha Gibson Assistant Coach Women’s Soccer Julie Davis Head Coach Andy Swift Assistant Coach

782-5521 rnold@jsu.edu 782-5754 ashowers@jsu.edu 782-8068 sray@jsu.edu 782-5520 agibson@jsu.edu 782-5679 davis@jsu.edu 782-5695 atswift@jsu.edu 782-8345 jsucheer@jsu.edu 782-5369 jskidmore@jsu.edu 782-5369/5539 ejohnson@jsu.edu 782-5369/5539 schesnut@jsu.edu

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Athletic Training Staff Jim Skidmore Sports Medicine Eric Johnson Sports Medicine Sumer Chesnut Sports Medicine Football Press Box Basketball Press Row Media Room Numbers Baseball Press Box

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782-5185 rfrost@jsu.edu

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782-5365 jcrowe@jsu.edu 782-5371 norwood@jsu.edu 782-5936 rletson@jsu.edu 782-5378 jogle@jsu.edu 782-5375 aross@jsu.edu 782-5376 gstewart@jsu.edu 782-5089 smouse@jsu.edu 782-8252 mthurmond@jsu.edu 782-5134 mwannebo@jsu.edu 782-5374 dwilliams@jsu.edu

Women’s Basketball Becky Geyer Head Coach Janine Hoffman Assistant Coach Tonya Mackey Assistant Coach

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Football Jack Crowe Head Coach Toby Norwood Cornerbacks Ronnie Letson Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers Jimmy Ogle Running Backs Adam Ross Offensive Tackles/Recruiting Greg Stewart Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Scott Smouse Offensive Line Max Thurmond Outside Linebackers Matt Wannebo Defensive Secondary Davern Williams Defensive Line

782-5535 jegreen@jsu.edu 782-5539 kroane@jsu.edu 782-5831 mdsmith@jsu.edu 782-5534 sfletcher@jsu.edu

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782-5367 jwcase@jsu.edu 782-5358 sgillisp@jsu.edu 782-8141 tjanssen@jsu.edu

Men’s Basketball James Green Head Coach Kyle Roane Assistant Coach Mike Smith Assistant Coach Scottie Fletcher Assistant Coach

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Baseball Coaching Staff Jim Case Head Coach Steve Gillispie Assistant Coach Travis Janssen Assistant Coach

782-5840 jhobbs@jsu.edu 782-5840 bfleetwood@jsu.edu

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782-5368 ljaynes@jsu.edu 782-8101 dcfarrar@jsu.edu 782-5988 gbonds@jsu.edu 782-5890 mparris@jsu.edu 782-5368 jevans@jsu.edu 782-5737 mcassell@jsu.edu 782-5970 tbroom@jsu.edu 782-5889 mdavis@jsu.edu 782-8499 dphillip@jsu.edu 782-5365 jbrindle@jsu.edu 782-5535 kdean@jsu.edu

Golf James Hobbs Head Men’s & Women’s Golf Coach Brad Fleetwood Assistant Coach

782-5524 mcginnis@jsu.edu 782-5962 mwisener@jsu.edu 782-8299 jboland@jsu.edu

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Athletic Director’s Office Oval Jaynes Athletic Director David Farrar Associate AD/External Affairs Greg Bonds Associate AD / Internal Affairs Mike Parris Assistant AD/Broadcasting Jan Evans Secretary, Athletic Director Misty Cassell Compliance Tracy Broom Academics/SWA Mike Davis Academics Doug Phillips Tickets Joy Brindle Secretary, Football Karen Dean Secretary, Pete Mathews Coliseum

Softball Jana McGinnis Head Coach Mark Wisener Assistant Coach Julie Boland Assistant Coach

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782-5279 gseitz@jsu.edu 453-3377 782-5915 underwood@jsu.edu 453-0545 782-5377 fsington@jsu.edu 689-8524 782-5958 www.jsugamecocksports.com sid@jsu.edu

782-5887 sbailey@jsu.edu 782-5887

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Tennis Steve Bailey Head Men’s & Women’s Tennis Coach Tim MacTaggert Assistant Tennis Coach

782-5585/5586 782-5528/5583 782-5529/5530/5531 782-5533

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Dr. William A. Meehan President

Vice President for Academic Affairs, Associate Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, Acting Vice President for Academic Affairs and Acting Vice President for Institutional Advancement.

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r. William A. Meehan begins his 11th year as President at Jacksonville State University, but his association with the University dates back to when he enrolled as a first-time freshman in 1968. Dr. Meehan completed the Bachelor of Science in Biology in 1972 and began a career in education that same year. He earned the Master’s of Science degree in Biology at Jacksonville State University in December of 1976 and returned in January 1977 to serve as an instructor in the Department of Biology. He completed a Doctorate of Education in the field of higher education administration from the University of Alabama and began the role of President on July 1, 1999. Since 1977, Dr. Meehan has served in numerous administrative and teaching positions at the University. Among these are Coordinator of Medical Technology Program, Director of Academic Advisement, Assistant

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Dr. Meehan is well aware of the benefits of college athletics and what athletics adds to the college experience. “I’m very proud of the fact that we have won 37 Ohio Valley Conference Championships and two Women’s AllSports Trophy since joining the Conference in 2003,” said Meehan. “We have claimed conference titles in football, rifle, volleyball, men’s tennis, women’s tennis, men’s golf , women’s golf, softball and baseball. We have enjoyed postseason competition in many of our sports, which brings national exposure and prestige to our University. As a matter of fact, we have won 13 more OVC titles than any other school in the Conference since 2003. “Our student-athletes excel, not only on the fields of competition, but also in the classroom,” added Meehan. “I’m proud to say that we have more than 130 of our studentathletes with a 3.0 grade point average or higher.” In 2009-2010 and beyond, Dr. Meehan hopes to more accurately accomplish the institution’s mission, which means integrating traditional academic programs with career-oriented programs for the students of Alabama.


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL His vision for the future is based on the philosophy that higher education is an engine for economic development serving society and the individual.

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Dr. Meehan began a four-year term on the prestigious NCAA Board of Directors in August of 2009. The NCAA Board of Directors is the primary decision-making body in Division I, with the ultimate responsibility for the policy and direction of the division and for adopting any changes to the operating bylaws and rules of Division I. The NCAA Board of Directors is comprised of 18 Division I CEO’s, with each member serving a four-year term. Other duties of the board include establishing the budget, general policies and strategic plan for the NCAA.

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Dr. Meehan has and continues to be very active in numerous organizations. He is an active board member for the area Chambers of Commerce, both Calhoun and Etowah County. He served as a member of the NCAA Presidential Task Force on the Future of Division I Intercollegiate Athletics and the NCAA Presidents Advisory Group for Division I-AA/I-AAA. He is a member of the First Baptist Church of Jacksonville, Alabama. He is married to the former Elizabeth Stevens and together they are the parents of twin boys, Drew and Will, and a daughter Carol Grace.

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Jaynes begins his second year as Athletic Director at Jacksonville State University and he looks to continue to build upon the success the Gamecock experienced during his first 12 months.

“I’m very excited about what we have accomplished in my first year,” Jaynes recently said. “Not only did we achieve success on the fields of competition, but we had more than 130 of our student-athletes post a 3.0 grade point average or higher in the classroom and that’s something that I’m very proud of.” Jaynes, who spent more than 20 years in coaching, including three years as the head football coach at Gardner-Webb, began his administrative career as an Assistant Athletic Director and Associate Athletic Director at Auburn University from 19811986. He was the Athletics Director at Colorado State for five years before taking over at the University of Pittsburgh. He led the Panther athletic department from 1991 until 1996, when he moved to Director of Athletics at the University of Idaho. He then spent five years at Chattanooga as Director of Athletics and then another year as Special Assistant to the Chancellor. “We are very fortunate to have someone with the experience that Mr. Jaynes has to lead our athletics department,” JSU President Dr. William A. Meehan said. “His experience at four different Division I institutions, along with his outstanding credentials and contacts, only enhance our entire athletic department.” Fourteen of his former staff members went on to serve as Athletic Directors at Division I Institutions, including Jay Jacobs

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at Auburn University and Mark Hollis at Michigan State University. Thirty-six of his former staff members has gone on to become head football coaches, including Skip Holtz and Urban Meyer and 61 have become NFL assistant coaches. Additionally, three of his former coaches went on to become head coaches in the NFL. Jaynes has been very active in many national organizations and has served on numerous NCAA committees, including the NCAA Council and the Nominating Committee, while serving as chairman of the District VII Post-Graduate Scholarship. He also has served NACDA as the AFCA Liaison and on the Finance, Legislative, and Executive Committees and was the Third Vice-President in 199596. He served on the College Football Association Board of Directors in 199697, and is still very active in the American Football Coaches Association. In March, 1999, he received the General Robert R. Neyland Award for Lifetime Achievement by the All-American Football

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Foundation. He also received the Bill Wade Unsung Hero Award in 2002 by the All-American Football Foundation, which is awarded for outstanding performance in his profession. In the summer of 2008, Jaynes was inducted into the Burke County Sports Hall of Fame in his hometown of Morgantown, N.C. Jaynes is a 1962 graduate of Appalachian State, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics. He was a two-sport letterman for the Mountaineers, excelling in football and baseball. As an end for the football team, Jaynes was an AllConference and All-State performer. He was award his master’s degree in Educational Administration from North Carolina in 1965. Born July 25, 1940, he is married to the former Pricilla Sink of Thomasville, N.C. They have two sons, Lee and Brandon. Lee and his wife, Susan, has one son, Drew, while Brandon and his wife Jennifer has a son, Evan, and a daughter, Emma.

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Masters in Education – University of North Carolina (1965) Bachelor of Science – Appalachian State University (1962)

Athletic Administration Experience Feb. 2002–Jan. 2003 UT-Chattanooga (Special Assistant to the Chancellor) Feb. 1998–2002 UT-Chattanooga (Athletics Director) Oct. 1996–Feb. 1998 University of Idaho (Athletics Director) Sept. 1991–Oct. 1996 University of Pittsburgh (Athletics Director) Oct. 1986–Aug. 1991 Colorado State University (Athletics Director) May 1984–Sept. 1986 Auburn University (Associate Director of Athletics) Jan. 1981–May 1984 Auburn University (Assistant Athletic Director) Jan. 1975–Feb. 1978 Gardner-Webb University (Head Football Coach)


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Traditions Friendliest Campus in the South

Fight Song

The Alma Mater

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We’re proud that were from Alabama Fight on, now don’t you hesitate, Courage, pride, and honor will lead you on to victory, so Fight on, fight for the red and white, We’re gonna howl tonight, Come on! You Gamecocks, Fight and see, That we will win the victory!

Alma Mater, Alma Mater, Grateful voices raise A song of tribute and devo tion, Thy honored name we praise. Light of knowledge, Store of wisdom, Love of truth abide in thee , Quest for beauty, Search for freedom, Thine eternally, Oh, Alma Mater, Alma Mater We humbly bow to thee!


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The home for Jacksonville State football for the past 61 years has been Paul Snow Stadium.

J­acksonville State’s home for men’s and women’s basketball and volleyball is Pete Mathews Coliseum, a 5,500-seat multipurpose facility that meets the growing needs of Jax State. The Coliseum was opened in 1974 and underwent a complete renovation in 1987. A new wooden playing surface was installed, as were 850 cushioned, chair-backed seats. The sound system, dance studio, weight room and locker rooms were also refurbished.

In 1946, JSU changed a little bit. Enrollment went up and so did the popularity of football. Seeing the need for a new facility, the school built a stadium in the present location and it was dedicated in front of an overflow crowd at the 1947 Homecoming game against Pembroke. The Gamecocks went on to win that game and posted a perfect season, 9-0, including a 7-0 win over Florida State.

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HARDCORPS was named The Best Pep Band in College Basketball by The Sporting News in the January, 2001 edition of the popular magazine!

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The Marching Southerners and ballerinas perform at all Jacksonville State home football games and appear at events ranging from Atlanta Falcon home games to marching in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.

HARDCORPS is the Pep Band of Jacksonville State University, Alabama. This ensemble can be seen regularly as an exciting addition to JSU Gamecock Basketball games. The musicians who make up the band are some of the best the JSU School of Music has to offer and its’ funky beats are accented by the glamorous and dynamic HARDCORPS Go-Go Dancers.

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Known throughout the Southeast for their thrilling performances, the Marching Southerners are at the core of the campus excitement generated by students and Gamecock fans alike. Accompanying the Southerners are the Marching Ballerinas. The 38-member precision dance team, started by the original director John Finley and are based on New York City’s famed Radio City Music Hall Rockettes.

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Once again this season, Jacksonville State will serve as host to both the boy’s and girl’s Northeast Regional Tournaments.

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The record for a single-game crowd for a football game at Paul Snow Stadium, when 16,800 witnessed the Gamecocks against Alabama A&M in 2003.

Pete Mathews Coliseum is also home to the Calhoun County boy’s and girl’s basketball tournament and has previously served as the site of the Alabama High School Athletic Association Girls’ State Basketball Tournament.

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Paul Snow Stadium got a face-lift in 1965 when seating was expanded from 5,000 to 8,500 and a new press box was installed on the north side of the facility. Under the supervision of long-time Athletic Director Jerry N. Cole, the field house was constructed in 1977 and a final sprucing up was complete in 1978, when the student section was added, bringing the capacity to 15,000, which opened with the Gamecocks beating Southeastern Louisiana, 10-7.

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Pete Mathews Coliseum also houses several athletic offices, such as volleyball, men’s and women’s cross country and women’s soccer.

The “College Bowl” as it was called, got its present name in 1961. During Homecoming, the stadium was dedicated to longtime JSU supporter Paul Snow.

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JSU Athletic Facilities

Jacksonville State football is located in the Gamecock Field House.

The 2003 and 2004 OVC Champs play at Paul Snow Memorial Stadium which is adjacent to the Field House.

Rudy Abbott Field was completed in 1998 and has a seating capacity of 1,000. There is a press box and covered batting cages on site.

JSU Softball makes its’ home at University Field, formerly home of the baseball team. Before the 2003 season a brick backstop was built, as well as a covered batting cage and in 2004 a permanent outfield fence was put into place.

Robert Trent Jones’ Silver Lakes is home to JSU’s Championship Golf Teams. Silver Lakes is located at the edge of the Talladega National Forest between Anniston and Gadsden.

The JSU soccer team began play on the JSU Soccer Field in 2003.

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The new state-of-the-art Gamecock Rifle Range, consisting of a fully electronic scoring system, is located in the basement of Rowe Hall. The range has 12 divided firing points and each firing point is 50 feet from the target.

The JSU Tennis Courts are located behind Pete Mathews Coliseum. There are 15 tennis courts divided by fencing and windscreens.

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The Gamecock track and field complex is located adjacent to Pete Mathews Coliseum and Rudy Abbott Field. It features a polyurethane track surface and is equipped for all field events.

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Gamecock Basketball and Volleyball are housed in Pete Mathews Coliseum. The 5,500-seat multi-purpose facility was opened in 1974 and underwent a complete renovation in 1987.

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One of the newest facilities in the athletic department is Kennamer Hall, which opened in October of 2004. It houses the William Taylor Stewart Weight and Conditioning Center and coaches offices for baseball, softball and golf, as well as athletic administration.

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Why we are the gamecocks

“Go Eagle Owls!” would be the resounding cry from Paul Snow Stadium today if ardent fans hadn’t decided 50 years ago that the school mascot should be a bird of a different feather.

Jacksonville State University’s first football team was fielded in the late 1800’s and nicknamed in honor of a rare predatory bird found near the Arctic circle. The exact details are lost to history, but a group of fans decided it was hard for the school’s image to soar like an eagle if the team’s name was something of a turkey. People like E.C. Wilson, Bruce Chase and Charles Sprayberry felt a more collegiate-sounding moniker would be more appropriate. The supporters looked to Southern culture rather than the north pole to symbolize the school’s tough spirit. Tongue firmly planted in beak, Gamecock supporters crowed the loudest, and the University found itself with a new identity: a mascot familiar to everyone, including the farm boys who comprised most of the student body back then.

For nearly a half-century – up until 1946 – the fledgling Eagle Owls hooted with pride from the scanty facilities adjacent to the field at John Forney National Guard Armory. The State Normal School (SNS) team was sparse by today’s standards, but the gridiron action was competitive from the start. Present day rivalries such as Samford (Howard College)

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and Troy State were rooted in those early games.

The team had only 23 players when SNS was renamed Jacksonville Teachers College in 1946, with Head Coach Don Salls beginning his first season, but there was a “big school” atmosphere developing in the foothills.

Along with the new name came new colors. The blue and gold were tossed out in favor of the familiar red and white worn by the area high school players.

The story goes that there were two camps - those who wanted to keep the Eagle Owl nickname and those who wanted new colors. Legend has it that a compromise was worked out; new colors for a new mascot.

It was all worked out by 1947 when the Fighting Gamecocks took to the field for the first time. And, as is true to the nature of the warlike bird itself, the football team and other athletes fought their way to respectability in intercollegiate ranks - eventually bringing home a national championship in every major sport.


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Sept. 5 at 12 p.m. Bobby Dodd Stadium (55,000) Atlanta, Ga.

Sept. 12 at 5 p.m. Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell (82,300) Tallahassee, Fla.

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Location: Atlanta, Ga. Founded: 1885 Enrollment: 16,793 President: Dr. Gary Schusler (Interim) Athletics Director: Dan Radakovich Affiliation: NCAA/FBS Conference: Atlantic Coast Nickname: Yellow Jackets Colors: Old Gold and White Stadium: Bobby Dodd Stadium

Location: Tallahassee, Fla. Founded: 1851 Enrollment: 38,553 President: Dr. T.K. Wetherell Athletics Director: Randy Spetman Affiliation: NCAA Division 1 Conference: Atlantic Coast Nickname: Seminoles Colors: Garnet and Gold

Media Information Football SID: Dean Buchan Office Phone: (404) 894-5445 Email: dbuchan@athletics.gatech.edu SID: Dean Buchan SID Mailing Address: GTAA 150 Bobby Dodd Way NW Atlanta, GA 30332 SID Fax Number: (404) 894-1248

Capacity: 55,000 Press Box Phone: (404) 894-1204 Playing Surface: Natural Grass Series vs. Jax State: GT leads 1-0 First Meeting: 2008: L, 41-14 Last Meeting: Same

HEAD COACH Head Coach: Paul Johnson Alma Mater: Western Carolina, 1979 Record at School: 2nd Year Career Record: 116-43 Football Office Phone: (404) 894-5420

Assistant Coaches, Position: Brian Bohannon – Quarterbacks/B-Backs Brian Jean-Mary – Linebackers Charles Kelly – Cornerbacks Jeff Monken – Slot Backs/Special Teams Al Preston – Wide Receivers Mike Sewak – Co-Offensive Line Giff Smith – Defensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator Todd Spencer – Co-Offensive Line Dave Wommack – Defensive Coordinator

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2009 Schedule Sept. 5 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 26 Oct. 03 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 2 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov.28

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Jacksonville State Clemson at Miami North Carolina Mississippi State at Florida State Virginia Tech at Virginia at Vanderbilt Wake Forest at Duke Georgia

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Jacksonville State at Boston College at Virginia Tech Mississippi State Duke Gardner-Wedd at Clemson Virginia Florida State at North Carolina Miami at Georgia vs. LSU

HEAD COACH Head Coach: Bobby Bowden Alma Mater: Howard, 1953 Record at School: 309-91-4 (33rd year) Career Record: 382-123-4 (43rd year) Football Office Phone: (850) 644-0097

Assistant Coaches, Position: Mickey Andrews – Assoc. Head Coach/Def. Coordinator Chuck Amato – Exec. Head Coach/Linebackers Rick Trickett – Asst. Head Coach/Off. Line Jimbo Fisher – Off. Coordinator/Quarterbacks Jody Allen – Def. Ends/Special Teams Coordinator Dexter Carter – Running Backs James Coley – Tight Ends Lawrence Dawsey – Wide Receivers Odell Haggins – Defensive Tackles

Spread 4-3 Multiple 9-4 61 30 17 6

Aug. 28 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 01 Nov. 8 Nov. 20 Nov. 23 Dec. 31

Media Information Football SID: Chuck Walsh Office Phone: (850) 644-0615 Home Phone: (850) 694-1768 Email: cwalsh@fsu.edu SID: Tina Dechausay SID Mailing Address: 403 Stadium Dr. West, Room 107 Tallahassee, FL 32306 SID Fax Number: (256) 372-5919

Stadium: Bobby Bowden Field at Doak Campbell Capacity: 82,300 Press Box Phone: (850) 405-7810 Playing Surface: Natural Grass Series vs. Jax State: JSU leads 1-0 First Meeting: 1947: W, 7-0 Last Meeting: same

W, 41-14 W, 19-16 L, 17-20 W, 38-37 W, 27-0 W, 10-7 W, 21-17 L, 17-24 W, 31-38 L, 7-28 W, 41-23 W, 45-52 L, 3-38

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Sept. 7 Sept.12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct.3 Oct.10 Oct.17 Oct. 22 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 28

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Miami Jacksonville State at BYU USF at Boston College Georgia Tech OPEN at UNC NC State at Clemson at Wake Forest at Florida +

2008 Results Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 16 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Dec. 27

Western Carolina Chattanooga Wake Forest Colorado at Miami at NC State Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech Clemson Boston College Florida Wisconsin

W, 69-0 W, 46-7 L, 3-12 W, 39-21 W, 41-39 W, 26-17 W, 30-20 L, 28-31 W, 41-27 L, 17-27 L, 15-45 W, 42-13


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Nicholls State

Sept. 19 at 6 p.m. Louis Crews Stadium (21,000) Huntsville, Ala.

Sept. 26 at 3p.m. Guidry Stadium (10,500) Thibodaux, La.

General Information Location: Thibodaux, La. Founded: 1948 Enrollment: 6,814 Chancellor: Dr. Stephen T. Hulbert Athletics Director: Rob Bernardi Affiliation: I-FCS Conference: Southern Nickname: Colonels Colors: Red and Gray Stadium: Guidry Stadium Capacity: 10,500

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2008: W, 45-18

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Tennessee State at Jacksonville St. at Louisiana-Monroe Central State at Ark-Pine Bluff vs. Tuskegee Grambling Alcorn State vs. Alabama State Prairie View A&M at Jackson State at Mississippi Valley

L, 13-24 L, 18-45 L, 15-37 W, 37-17 W, 23-17 L, 24-34 L, 9-27 W, 20-13 W, 17-16 L, 24-10 W, 37-21 W, 58-23

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Sept. 5 Sept.12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 19

at Air Force Duquesne at Louisiana Tech Jacksonville State at Sam Houston Texas State at Central Arkansas McNeese State at Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State Southeastern Louisiana

2008 Results Sept. 20 Oct. 2 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22,

at Memphis at UNI Northwestern State Stephen F. Austin at McNeese State Central Arkansas Sam Houston State at Texas State Southeastern La.

L, 10-31 L, 14-34 L, 28-36 L, 39-50 W, 38-35 W, 20-17 L, 37-47 L, 10-34 W, 35-28

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Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 12 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

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Assistant Coaches, Position: Jeremy Atwell– Linebackers David Cunningham – Special Teams Coordinator H.T. Kinney – Off. Coordinator/ Quarterbacks Kent Keith – Wide Receivers Johnny Tart – Running Backs Brian Thomas – Strength and Conditioning Skyler Magee- Defensive Line Josh Eargle- Off. Line/ Recruiting Coordinator

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HEAD COACH Head Coach: Jay Thomas Alma Mater: Southern Mississippi, 1987 Record at School: 23-27-0 (5th year) Career Record: same Football Office Phone: (985) 448-4802

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Media Information Football SID: Brandon Rizzuto Office Phone: (985) 448-4281 Cell Phone: (985) 782 3590 Email: brandon.rizzuto@nicholls.edu SID: Brandon Rizzuto SID Mailing Address: Athletics-Barker Building Nicholls State Sports Information P.O. Box 2032 Thibodaux, LA 70310 SID Fax Number: (985) 448-4814

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Assistant Coaches, Position: Branski Towns – Defensive Coordinator Cedric Pearl – Offensive Coordinator Ben Blacknall – Defensive Line Andy Fuller – Tight Ends Hank Harris – Football Operations James Hester – Strength and Conditioning Errol Jones – Running Backs Jay Martin – Linebackers Knute Walker – Safeties/ Inside Linebackers

(985) 448-4845 Artificial Turf JSU leads14-8 1972: W, 31-0 2002: L, 6-14

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HEAD COACH Head Coach: Anthony Jones Alma Mater: Wichita State, 1984 Record at School: 54-28 (7th year) Career Record: 72-41 (10th year) Football Office Phone: (256) 372-4014

Press Box Phone: Playing Surface: Series vs. Jax State: First Meeting: Last Meeting:

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Media Information Football SID: Thomas Galbraith Office Phone: (256) 372-4005 Home Phone: (256) 326-3029 Email: aamusportsinfo@yahoo.com SID: Thomas Galbraith SID Mailing Address: 4900 Meridian St. T.M. Elmore Gym, Box 17 Normal, AL 35762 SID Fax Number: (256) 372-5919

Press Box Phone: (256) 372-5153 Playing Surface: Natural Grass Series vs. Jax State: JSU leads 20-2-2 First Meeting: 1975: W, 42-0

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General Information Location: Huntsville, Ala. Founded: 1875 Enrollment: 6,814 President: Dr. Robert Jennings Athletics Director: Betty K. Austin Affiliation: NCAA 1-AA Conference: SWAC Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Maroon and White Stadium: Louis Crews Stadium Capacity: 21,000


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Oct. 3 at 1:00 p.m. (Band Day/Family Day) Paul Snow Stadium (15,000) Jacksonville, Ala.

Oct. 10 at 3 p.m. Roy Stewart Stadium (16,800) Murray, Ky.

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Location: Martin, Tenn. Founded: 1900 Enrollment: 7,500 Chancellor: Dr. Thomas Rakes Athletics Director: Phil Dane Affiliation: NCAA/FCS Conference: Ohio Valley Nickname: Skyhawks Colors: Navy Blue and Orange Stadium: Hardy M. Graham (H.K. Grantham Field)

Location: Murray, Ky. Founded: 1922 Enrollment: 10,150 President: Dr. Randy J. Dunn Athletics Director: Allen Ward Affiliation: NCAA/FCS Conference: Ohio Valley Nickname: Racers Colors: Navy and Gold Stadium: Roy Stewart Stadium Capacity: 16,800

Press Box Phone: (270) 809-6811 Playing Surface: Field Turf Series vs. Jax State: JSU leads 5-1 First Meeting: 2003: L, OT 17-23 Last Meeting: 2008: W, 31-21

Media Information Football SID: John Brush Office Phone: (270) 809-7044 Home Phone: (270) 293-0590 Email: john.brush@murraystate.edu SID: David Snow SID Mailing Address: MSU Sports Information Dept. Murray State University 217 Roy Stewart Stadium Murray, KY 42071-3351 SID Fax Number: (270) 809-6814

HEAD COACH Head Coach: Matt Griffin Alma Mater: New Hampshire, 1992 Record at School: 8-26 (4th Year) Career Record: 18-50 (7th Year) Football Office Phone: (270) 809-6181

Media Information Football SID: Joe Lofaro Office Phone: (731) 881-7632 Home Phone: (731) 588-0483 Email: jlofaro@utm.edu SID: Joe Lofaro SID Mailing Address: 1022 Elam Center Martin, TN 38238 SID Fax Number: (785) 864 7944

Capacity: 7,500 Press Box Phone: (731) 881-7694 or 7632 Playing Surface: Hybrid Bermuda Grass Series vs. Jax State: JSU leads 25-6 First Meeting: 1967: L, 38-0 Last Meeting: 2008: L, 30-31 HEAD COACH Head Coach: Jason Simpson Alma Mater: Southern Mississippi 1995 Record at School: 21-14 (4th year) Career Record: Same Football Office Phone: (731) 881-7670

Assistant Coaches, Position: Adam Beauchamp – Strength and Conditioning/Running Backs Chris Boone – Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Jimmy Lindsey – Defensive Line Coach Will Harriger – Linebackers Gerad Parker – Wide Receivers Cesar Rivas-Sandoval – Special Teams Coordinator/Outside Linebackers Geep Wade – Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator

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Sep 3 Sept.12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov 21

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

Assistant Coaches, Position: Bryan Cross – Special Team Corrdintor/Corners Wayne Dabbs – Running Backs Coach Aaron Hutsell – Secondary Johnny Jernigan – Defensive Line Bill Lawrence – Defensive Assistant Mark Lister – Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Dave Wheeler – Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Brad White- Safeties Coach

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Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 11 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

at South Florida Baker Concordia at Austin Peay at Murray State Tennessee State Eastern Illinois at Tennessee Tech Jacksonville State at Auburn at Southeast Missouri Eastern Kentucky

2009 Schedule L, 7-56 W, 56-0 W, 87-21 W, 31-17 W, 63-38 L, 27-30 W, 29-26 W, 35-7 W, 31-20 L, 20-37 W, 31-21 L, 31-33

Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 10 Sept. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

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at North Carolina State Aug. 28 Lambuth W, 41-17 Sept. 6 at Indiana L, 3-45 Missouri State Sept. 13 Illinois State L, 23-42 Eastern Kentucky Sept. 20 at Western Kentucky L, 9-50 Jacksonville State Sept. 27 UT Martin L, 38-63 at Tennessee State Oct. 4 at Austin Peay W, 38-12 at UT Martin Oct. 11 Tennessee Tech W, 51-21 Eastern Illinois Oct. 18 at Jacksonville State L, 21-31 Austin Peay Nov. 1 at Eastern Illinois L, 6-34 at Southeastern Missouri Nov. 8 Southeast Missouri W, 17-10 Nov. 15 at Eastern Kentucky L, 7-34 at Tennessee Tech Nov. 22 Tennessee State W, 24-17


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Austin Peay

Oct. 24 at 1 p.m. (Homecoming) Paul Snow Stadium (15,000) Jacksonville, Ala.

Oct. 31 at 6 p.m. Governors Stadium (10,000) Clarksville, Tenn.

Location: Clarksville, Tenn. Founded: 1927 Enrollment: 9,401 President: Dr. Timothy Hall Athletics Director: Dave Loos Affiliation: NCAA/FCS Conference: Ohio Valley Nickname: Governors Colors: Red and White Stadium: Governors Stadium Capacity: 10,000

Press Box Phone: (931) 221-7406 Playing Surface: Polytan Mega Grass Series vs. Jax State: JSU leads 8-6-3 First Meeting: 1947: W, 7-6 Last Meeting: 2008: W, 35-22

HEAD COACH Head Coach: Bob Spoo Alma Mater: Purdue, 1960 Record at School: 132-109-1 (21) Career Record: Same Football Office Phone: (217) 581-5031

Media Information Football SID: Brad Kirtley Office Phone: (931) 221-7561 Home Phone: (931) 553-2845 Email: kirtleyb@apsu.edu SID: Brad Kirtley SID Mailing Address: P.O. Box 4515 Clarksville, TN 37044 SID Fax Number: (931) 221-7562

HEAD COACH Head Coach: Rick Christophel Alma Mater: Austin Peay, 1975 Record at School: 9-13 (3rd year) Career Record: same Football Office Phone: (931) 221-7905

2008 Results Aug. 28 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

at Central Michigan at Illinois Indiana State at Illinois State Jacksonville State at Tennessee Martin Southeast Missouri at Eastern Kentucky Murray State at Tennessee State Austin Peay at Tennessee Tech

L, 12-31 L, 21-47 W, 38-3 W, 25-21 L, 10-23 L, 26-29 W, 24-21 L, 7-20 W, 34-6 L, 24-25 L, 13-15 W, 38-20

2009 Schedule Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct.24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

at Youngstown State at Illinois State Eastern Illinois at Tennessee Tech at Southeastern Missouri Eastern Kentucky Jacksonville State at Murray State Tennessee State Tennessee-Martin

2008 Results

Aug. 28 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

at North Dakota St. at Georgia Southern Gardner-Webb Tennessee-Martin at Eastern Kentucky Murray State at Tennessee State Tennessee Tech at Jacksonville State at Eastern Illinois Southeast Missouri

L, 41-6 L, 34-20 L, 31-15 L, 31-17 L, 13-10 L, 32-12 L, 37-34 W, 31-28 L, 35-22 W, 15-13 L, 33-30

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Pro Spread 4-2-5 2-9 54 13 18 7

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Sept. 3 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

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Multiple Pro Set 4-3 5-7 42 21 9 8

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Assistant Coaches, Position: Granville Eastman – Def. Coordinator/ Linebackers Steve Haywood – Offensive Line Marcus Gildersleeve – Wide Receivers/ Special Teams Josh Roberts – Running Backs Dainon Sidney – Secondary Ryan Taylor – Defensive line/ Strength and Conditioning Shaun Duhe – Athletic Trainer

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Assistant Coaches, Position: Jeff Hoover – Offensive Line Mike Lynch – Wide Receivers Roy Wittke – Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Roc Bellantoni – Def. Coordinator/Linebackers Forrest Jackson – Defensive Line Bobby Babich – Defensive Backs TBA – Special Teams Antoine Livingston – Offensive Assistant Chad Cleveland – Defensive Assistant

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SID: Rich Moser SID Mailing Address: Lantz Arena 600 Lincoln Avenue Charleston, IL 61920 SID Fax Number: (217) 581-6434

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Press Box Phone: (217) 581-7770 Playing Surface: Pro-Grass Series vs. Jax State: 3-2 First Meeting: 2003: W, 36-24 Last Meeting: 2007: L, 37-23

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General Information Location: Charleston, Ill. Founded: 1895 Enrollment: 12,040 President: Dr. William A. Perry Athletics Director: Barbara Burke Affiliation: NCAA/FCS Conference: Ohio Valley Nickname: Panthers Colors: Blue, Grey and White Stadium: O’Brien Stadium Capacity: 10,000


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Southeast Missouri State University

Tennessee Tech Nov. 14 at 12 p.m. Paul Snow Stadium (15,000) Jacksonville, Ala.

General Information

General Information

Location: Cape Girardeau, Mo. Founded: 1873 Enrollment: 10,814 President: Dr. Kenneth W. Dobbins Athletics Director: John Shafer Affiliation: NCAA/FCS Conference: Ohio Valley Nickname: Redhawks Colors: Red and Black Stadium: Houck Stadium

Location: Cookeville, Tenn. Founded: 1915 Enrollment: 10,987 President: Dr. Robert “Bob” Bell Athletics Director: Mark Wilson Affiliation: NCAA/FCS Conference: Ohio Valley Nickname: Golden Eagles Colors: Purple and Gold Stadium: Tucker Stadium

Media Information Football SID: TBA Office Phone: 573-651-2933 Home Phone: TBA Cell Phone: TBA Email: tba@semo.edu SID: TBA SID Mailing Address: Southeast Missouri State One University Plaza Cape Girardeau MO 63701 SID Fax Number: (573) 651-2810

Capacity: 10,000 Press Box Phone: (573) 651 2191 Playing Surface: Field Turf Series vs. Jax State: JSU leads 9-4 First Meeting: 1961: L, 13-12 Last Meeting: 2008: L, 38-17

HEAD COACH Head Coach: Tony Samuel Alma Mater: Nebraska Record at School: 11-23 (4th year) Career Record: 45-80 (11th year) Football Office Phone: (573) 651-2561

Assistant Coaches, Position: Vincent White – Offensive Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach Tim McGuire – Defensive Coordinator Lorenzo Brinkley – Wide Receivers Kenny Wilhite – Defensive Backs Chris Norris – Running Backs/Special Teams Troy Dumas - Linebackers Brian Boerboom – Offensive Line Adam Schwent – Defense/Special Teams Assistant Justin Kramer – Tight Ends/Offensive Tackles/Recruiting Coordinator Nick Stauffer – Director of Football Operations Matthew Vincent – Graduate Assistant – Offense Doug Brady - Quarterbacks (G.A.)

Media Information Football SID: Rob Schabert Office Phone: (931) 372-3088 Home Phone: (931) 526-2576 Cell Phone: (931) 267-1065 Email: rschabert@tntech.edu SID Mailing Address: Tennessee Tech Athletics P.O. Box 5057 Cookeville, TN 38505 SID Fax Number: (931) 372-6139

Capacity: 16,500 Press Box Phone: (931) 372-6030 or 372-6031 Playing Surface: 24/7 Turf Series vs. Jax State: JSU leads 7-4 First Meeting: 1936: L, 33-0 Last Meeting: 2008: W, 41-17

HEAD COACH Head Coach: Watson Brown Alma Mater: Vanderbilt, 1973 Record at School: 7-15 (3rd Year) Career Record: 101-166 (24 years) Football Office Phone: (931) 372-3930

Assistant Coaches, Position: Thomas Cox – Receivers Will Holthouser – Secondary and Special Teams Justin Shannon – Tight Ends and H-Backs Matt Schmitz – Running Backs and Recruiting Coordinator Sam Williamson – Defensive Line Billy Taylor – Defensive Coordinator Branon Vaughn – Administrative Assistant (G.A.) Steven Brown- Quarterbacks (G.A.) Chris Collett – Defense (G.A.) Kirk Swearingen – Off. Line (G.A.)

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2009 Schedule

Sept. 3 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

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Quincy at Cincinnati Eastern Illinois at Tennessee-Martin at Tennessee State Austin Peay at Tennessee Tech at Eastern Kentucky Jacksonville State Murray State Southern Illinois

2008 Results

Aug. 28 Sept. 8 Sept. 11 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22

Southwest Baptist at Missouri Tennessee Tech Missouri State at Indiana State at Jacksonville State at Eastern Illinois Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky Murray State Tennessee-Martin Austin Peay

Basic Offense: Basic Defense: 2007 Record: Lettermen Returning: Lettermen Lost: Starters Returning: Starters Lost:

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

2009 Schedule

Sept. 10 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 03 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

Multiple Multiple 3-4 3-8 47 18 18 4

Pikeville College at Eastern Kentucky at Kansas State Austin Peay at UT Martin at Eastern Illinois Southeast Missouri Tennessee State at Georgia at Jacksonville State Murray State

2008 Results Aug. 28 Sept. 06 Sept. 11 Sept. 20 Sept. 25 Oct. 04 Oct. 11 Oct. 16 Oct. 25 Nov. 01 Nov. 08 Nov. 22

Gardner-Webb at Louisville at Southeast Missouri at Western Michigan Central Methodist Eastern Kentucky at Murray State UT Martin at Austin Peay at Tennessee State Jacksonville State Eastern Illinois

W, 28-12 L, 51-10 W, 29-27 L, 41-7 W, 47-19 L, 33-12 L, 51-21 L, 35-7 L, 31-28 L, 41-14 L, 41-17 L, 38-20


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Eastern Kentucky Nov. 21 at 12 p.m. Paul Snow Stadium (15,000) Jacksonville, Ala.

Travel Headquarters Georgia Tech

General Information

Florida State University

Ramada Inn 2900 North Monroe Street Tallahassee, FL 32303 Telephone: (850) 386-1027

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HEAD COACH Head Coach: Dean Hood Alma Mater: Ohio Wesleyan ‘ 86 Record at School: 8-4 (2nd year) Career Record: same

Atlanta, GA Travel Day of Game

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Alabama A&M University Normal, AL Travel Day of Game

Nicholls State University

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Media Information Football SID: Michael Clark Office Phone: (859) 622-6170 Cell Phone: (859) 358-8360 Email: michael.clark@eku.edu SID Mailing Address: Eastern Kentucky University 521 Lancaster Ave. Alumni Coliseum 115 Richmond KY 40475 SID Fax Number: (859) 622-5108

Stadium: Roy Kidd Stadium Capacity: 20,000 Press Box Phone: (859) 622-2226 Playing Surface: Natural Grass Series vs. Jax State: JSU leads 4-2 First Meeting: 2003: W, 49-14 Last Meeting: 2008: W, 38-35

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Location: Richmond, Ky. Founded: 1906 Enrollment: 15,000 President: Dr. Doug Whitlock Athletics Director: Mark Sandy Affiliation: NCAA/FCS Conference: Ohio Valley Nickname: Colonels Colors: Maroon and White

Crowne Plaza New Orleans Airport 2829 Williams Blvd. Kenner, LA 70062 Telephone: (504) 467-5611

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Assistant Coaches, Position: Dane Damron – Tight Ends/Special Teams Coordinator Garry Fisher – Linebackers Tony Hatmaker – Defensive Backs Ben Hodges – Wide Receivers Carson Jeffers – Tight Ends Jake Johnson – Def. LineJohn Revere – Running Backs Mike Springston– Off. Coordinator/Quarterbacks

Murray State University

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Kenlake State Resort Park 542 Kenlake Road Hardin, KY 42048 (800) 325-0143

Austin Peay State University

2009 Outlook

2008 Results

Aug. 28 at Indiana Sept. 06 Tennessee Tech Sept. 13 at Murray State Sept. 20 at Eastern Illinois Sept 27 Tennessee State Oct. 04 UT Martin Oct. 11 at Austin Peay Oct. 25 Southeast Missouri Nov. 01 at Kentucky Nov. 15 Western Carolina Nov. 22 at Jacksonville State Nov. 29

at Cincinnati Western Kentucky Morehead State at Tennessee State Austin Peay at Tennessee Tech Jacksonville State Eastern Illinois at Southeast Missouri Murray State at UT Martin at Richmond

L, 40-7 L, 37-13 W, 16-8 L, 34-20 W, 13-10 W, 33-12 W, 38-35 W, 20-7 W, 29-16 W, 34-7 W, 33-31 L, 38-10

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Victorian Inn & Suites 3265 William Street Cape Girardeau, MO 63703 (573) 651-4486

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2009 Schedule

Southeast Missouri State University

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Riverview Inn 50 College Street Clarksville, TN 37040 (931) 552-3331

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Georgia Tech GT leads 1-0

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Year 2008

Site Result A L

Score 14-41

Florida State JSU leads 1-0-0

Year 1947

Site Result A W

Score 7-0

Alabama A&M JSU leads 21-2-2

Year 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1998 1999 2002 2003 2008

Site Result H W A W H W A W H W A W H W A W H W A T H T A L H W A W H W H W A W H W A W H W A W H L H W A W H W

Score 42-0 30-7 34-0 24-23 28-21 29-28 20-9 21-13 14-12 6-6 24-24 7-14 26-13 24-14 42-21 33-9 27-7 44-18 7-6 44-18 19-13 20-37 20-17 9-3 45-18

Nicholls State JSU leads 8-6-0

Year 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

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Score 31-0 28-10 29-0 6-18 34-7 10-7 17-19 8-21 14-16 21-20 42-45 10-3 34-15 6-14

Tennessee-Martin

Eastern Illinois

Year 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

JSU leads 24-6-0

Site Result H L A W H W A W H W A W H W A W H W A W H W A W H L A W H W A W H W A W H W A W H L A L H W A W H W A W H W A L H W A L

Murray State JSU leads 5-1-0

Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Site Result A L (OT) H W A W H W A W H W

Eastern Illinois Tied at 3-3-0

Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Site Result H W A W H L A L H L H W

Score 0-38 16-12 22-20 16-14 30-10 20-6 50-7 17-0 11-3 24-3 36-13 44-15 14-15 19-14 44-7 41-13 34-19 23-16 19-13 30-20 17-28 24-31 63-0 21-7 34-24 59-12 37-17 14-24 27-24 30-31

Score 17-23 35-14 28-23 49-17 40-24 31-21

Score 36-24 31-21 6-10 24-28 23-37 31-21

2-3-0

Site Result H W A W H L A L H L

Score 36-24 31-21 6-10 24-28 23-37

Southeast Missouri JSU leads 9-4-0 Year 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1969 1971 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Site Result A W H W A L H L A W A L H W A W H W A W H W A L H W

Score 12-13 6-0 7-10 0-24 24-13 13-19 57-0 22-17 47-9 24-10 38-7 25-32 38-17

Tennessee Tech JSU leads 8-4-0

Year Site Result 1936 L 1977 A L 1979 H W 1980 A W 2001 H L 2002 A W 2003 H W 2004 A L 2005 H W 2006 A W-OT 2007 H W 2008 A W

Score 0-33 20-27 23-7 7-3 27-35 35-29 37-20 13-16 43-17 17-10 38-10 41-17

Eastern Kentucky Tied at 3-3-0 Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Site Result H W A W H L A W H L A L

Score 49-14 30-23 14-31 28-0 20-31 38-35


2 0 0 8 R es ult s Date

Opponent

Score Overall Conference

Time

Attend

Aug. 28, 2008

at Georgia Tech 14-41 L

0-1-0

0-0-0

3:04

45706

Sept. 6, 2008

ALABAMA A&M

W 45-18

1-1-0

0-0-0

3:16

16654

Sept. 20, 2008

at Chattanooga

W

31-3

2-1-0

0-0-0

2:54

8240

at #20 Eastern Illinois

W 23-10

3-1-0

1-0-0

2:45

7996

*Oct 4, 2008

SE MISSOURI STATE

W 38-17

4-1-0

2-0-0

3:12

8917

*Oct. 11, 2008

at Eastern Kentucky 35-38 L

4-2-0

2-1-0

3:00

6100

W 31-21

5-2-0

3-1-0

3:05

14251

*Oct. 23, 2008

at UT Martin 30-31 L

5-3-0

3-2-0

3:31

1790

*Nov. 1, 2008

AUSTIN PEAY

W 35-22

6-3-0

4-2-0

3:00

8628

*Nov. 8, 2008

at Tennessee Tech

W 41-17

7-3-0

5-2-0

2:55

9413

#18 TENNESSEE STATE

W 26-21

8-3-0

6-2-0

3:18

7956

*Sept. 27, 2008

*Oct. 18, 2008

*Nov. 15, 2008

MURRAY STATE

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2008 Game Summaries

Georgia Tech • • • • • • 41 Jacksonville State • • • • 14

10:36 GT 4th 11:50 GT 00:37 JSU

ATLANTA – Georgia Tech totaled 484 yards, 349 on the ground, on its way to a 41-14 win over Jacksonville State in front a crowd of 45,706 fans at Bobby Dodd Stadium-Grant Field.

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

“I thought Ryan had a lot of things go wrong around him, but he made some mistakes out there too,” said JSU head coach Jack Crowe. “I did think our offensive line fought their butts off to give him some protection. We really had a lot of players that made a lot of mistakes, but they are not mistakes that we can’t fix.” Georgia Tech jumped out to the early lead after Jonathan Dwyer scampered 21 yards to cap the three-play, 27-yard drive and give GT a 7-0 lead with 5:45 left in the first quarter. The drive began after Morgan Burnett intercepted a Gamecock pass on JSU’s second offensive possession. The Yellow Jackets then pushed the lead to 14-0 on their next possession after Quarterback Josh Nesbitt plunged in from two yards with 1:34 left in the first quarter. Roddy Jones’ 39-yard reception and Lucas Cox’s 22-yard run set up the Yellow Jackets’ next score early in the second quarter. Nesbitt rushed in from one-yard out with 2:52 gone off the second quarter clock for a 21-0 advantage.

JSU 15 31-122 136 37-22-2 68-258 0-0 0-0 7-128 0-0 6-29.7 3-2 4-40 30:17 8 of 15 0 of 1 2-3 2-5

GT 19 46-349 135 15-8-0 61-484 0-0 0-0 2-7 2-47 1-51.0 5-2 6-70 29:40 6 of 12 1 of 2 3-5 4-24

RUSHING: Jacksonville State-Ryan Perrilloux 18-67; Daniel Jackson 5-29; Maurice Dupree 2-13; Drec Lindley 4-8; Alphonso Freeney 1-4; Calvin Middleton 1-1. Georgia Tech-Dwyer, J. 11-112; Jones, R. 3-61; Nesbitt, J. 11-60; Shaw, J. 9-51; Cox, L. 1-22; Peeples, E. 2-18; Smith, G. 3-14; Kelly, Q. 5-11; Booker, C. 1-0. PASSING: Jacksonville State-Ryan Perrilloux 22-37-2-136. Georgia Tech-Nesbitt, J. 5-12-0-87; Shaw, J. 3-3-0-48.

Georgia Tech put the final score of the first half on the board with 2:32 RECEIVING: Jacksonville State-Maurice Dupree 9-39; Daniel Jackson 4-17; John left after Dwyer rambled 29-yards to wrap up a four-play, 61-yard drive Whiddon 3-29; Eric Johns 2-24; Jeffery Cameron 2-17; Anthony Jones 1-9; Cory Freeman 1-1. Georgia Tech-Jones, R. 2-50; Smith, G. 2-37; Cox, L. 1-29; Thomas, to give Tech a 27-0 lead at halftime. “It looked like a bunch of guys that has never played with each other before,” said Crowe. “We played much better in the second half, playing to a 14-14 tie, after having so many mistakes in the final half. But, we still have a long way to go.” A.J. Davis recovered a Tech fumble on the opening second half kickoff to put the Gamecocks in business at the Tech 33. Perrilloux had runs of 12 and 15 yards and then completed a five-yard touchdown pass to Dupree for JSU’s first score of the night as the Gamecocks cut the deficit to 27-7 with 12:53 remaining in the third quarter. Georgia Tech answered on its next possession, driving 76 yards in six plays to take a 34-7 lead. Jones 49-yard touchdown scamper on an option pitch from Nesbitt came with 10:36 left in the third quarter.

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The Yellow Jackets added to its lead with 11:50 to play in the fourth quarter after Jaybo Shaw’s 43-yard run set up his own two-yard run for Tech’s final score of the night and a 41-7 lead. With 11:50 left in the game. Jacksonville State finished the scoring on the night after Perrilloux found Dupree for a 16-yard scoring strike with :37 left in the game for the final margin.

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Ryan Perrilloux completed a career-high 22 of 37 passes for 136 yards and a pair of touchdowns in his Gamecock debut, passing his previous career-high of 20 completions. Maurice Dupree caught nine passes for 39 yards and two touchdowns and is the most receptions since Joey Hamilton caught seven passes on September 25, 1999.

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Jones, R. 49 yd run (Blair, S. kick), 6-76 2:17, JSU 7 - GT 34 Shaw, J. 2 yd run (Blair, S. kick), 3-44 1:28, JSU 7 - GT 41 Maurice Dupree 16 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick), 12-64 5:43, JSU 14 - GT 41

Score by Quarters Jacksonville State Georgia Tech Scoring Summary 1st 05:45 GT 02:30 GT 2nd 13:08 GT 02:32 GT 3rd 12:53 JSU

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Record: (0-1) Record: (1-0)

Dwyer, J. 21 yd run (Blair, S. kick), 3-27 1:33, JSU 0 - GT 7 Nesbitt, J. 2 yd run (Blair, S. kick), 4-68 1:34, JSU 0 - GT 14 Nesbitt, J. 1 yd run (Blair, S. kick), 6-65 2:57, JSU 0 - GT 21 Dwyer, J. 29 yd run (Blair, S. kick failed), 4-61 1:23, JSU 0 - GT 27 Maurice Dupree 5 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick), 7-33 2:04, JSU 7 - GT 27

D. 1-9; Dwyer, J. 1-5; Melton, T. 1-5.

INTERCEPTIONS: Jacksonville State-None. Georgia Tech-Burnett, M. 2-47. FUMBLES: Jacksonville State-Drec Lindley 1-1; Ryan Perrilloux 1-1; Daniel Jackson 1-0. Georgia Tech-Nesbitt, J. 2-0; Dwyer, J. 1-1; Liipfert, J. 1-1; Kelly, Q. 1-0. Stadium: Bobby Dodd Stadium Attendance: 45706 Kickoff time: 7:30pm End of Game: 10:34 pm Total elapsed time: 3:04 Officials: Referee: Brad Allen; Umpire: Mike Webster; Linesman: Michael Kelly; Line judge: Les Flora, Jr.; Back judge: James Cole; Field judge: Jerry McGee; Side judge: Jim Corpora; Temperature: 84 deg Wind: NNW9 mph Weather: Clear

Jacksonville State • • • • 45 Alabama A&M • • • • • 18 Sept. 06, 2008 at Jacksonville, Ala.

JACKSONVILLE-- Jacksonville State scored 24 second quarter points to erase a 12-10 deficit en route to a 45-18 win over Alabama A&M in front 16,654 at Paul Snow Stadium. The Gamecocks improved to 1-1 in front of the third largest crowd in Paul Snow Stadium history while Alabama A&M fell to 0-2 on the year. “I think we came out here with a great purpose and tried to say that we’re a good football team that has some good ambitions,” JSU Head Coach Jack Crowe said. “I am proud of it. I still think we have a lot of work left to do, but I think we are good enough to have high expectations.” Daniel Jackson got the scoring started on JSU’s opening drive when he took an option pitch and rambled 37-yardS to give JSU a 7-0 lead.


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The Bulldogs responded with the next three scores to cut the deficit into a Bulldog lead. Jeremy Licea made field goals of 26 and 38 yards and A&M took a 12-10 lead when Anthony Green scored on a oneyard run with 11:17 to go in the second quarter, just before JSU’s big second quarter.

The Gamecocks scored 14 points in the final 54 seconds to finish the half. Perrilloux raced in from 13-yards out to finish off a 10-play 80-yard drive. Rod Byrd recovered a pooch kick by Zach Walden to set up the Gamecocks at the A&M 23. Perrilloux’s four-yard pass to Johns sent JSU into halftime with a 31-12 advantage.

RUSHING: Alabama A&M-BANKS,Ulysses 13-78; ATKINS,Kevin 11-34; GREEN,Anthony 7-34. Jacksonville State-Daniel Jackson 15-115; Ryan Perrilloux 5-35; Drec Lindley 5-20; Alphonso Freeney 4-18; Brandon George 3-13; Marques Ivory 3-7; John Whiddon 1-4; Calvin Middleton 1-2; TEAM 1-minus 1.

Perrilloux would give way to freshman Marques Ivory in the second half after completing 11-of-17 passes for 138 yards and two touchdowns while rushing six times for 35 yards and a touchdown.

PASSING: Alabama A&M-ATKINS,Kevin 22-41-0-186. Jacksonville State-Ryan Perrilloux 11-17-0-144; Marques Ivory 5-7-0-103.

JSU’s Frank Moore recovered an Alabama A&M fumble on a punt at the A&M 16 to set up the Gamecocks next score. It took JSU just four plays to cash in when Alphonso Freeney scored on a four-yard run to push the lead to 38-12 with 6:41 to go in the third.

RECEIVING: Alabama A&M-HARRIS,Thomas 7-69; STOCKDALE,Geral 6-81; BANKS,Ulysses 4-minus 2; JOHNSON,Rashad 2-26; BAXTER,Nate 2-14; PRUITT,Julius 1-minus 2. Jacksonville State-Eric Johns 4-40; Justin Howard 3-22; Anthony Jones 2-39; Jeffery Cameron 2-25; John Whiddon 1-75; James Wilkerson 1-30; Alphonso Freeney 1-6; Daniel Jackson 1-6; Maurice Dupree 1-4.

The 24-point second quarter was the most points in a quarter at home since August 30, 2001, when JSU scored 34 in the fourth quarter against Cumberland and the most in the second quarter since scoring 28 in the second quarter against UT Martin on October 9, 2004.

07:45 JSU

00:54 JSU

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Daniel Jackson 37 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 4-60 1:25, AAMU 0 - JSU 7 LICEA,Jeremy 26 yd field goal, 13-51 5:32, AAMU 3 - JSU 7 LICEA,Jeremy 38 yd field goal, 10-50 4:05, AAMU 6 - JSU 7 Gavin Hallford 20 yd field goal, 9-62 2:52, AAMU 6 - JSU 10 GREEN,Anthony 1 yd run (LICEA,Jeremy kick failed), 4-16 1:13, AAMU 12 - JSU 10 Eric Johns 2 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick), 9-77 3:25, AAMU 12 - JSU 17 Ryan Perrilloux 13 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 10-80 3:23, AAMU 12 - JSU 24 Eric Johns 4 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick), 4-23 0:29, AAMU 12 - JSU 31 Alphonso Freeney 4 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 4-16 2:01, AAMU 12 - JSU 38 Maurice Dupree 4 yd pass from Marques Ivory (Gavin Hallford kick), 7-94 4:19, AAMU 12 - JSU 45 BANKS,Ulysses 1 yd run (LICEA,Jeremy kick failed), 12-80 4:27, AAMU 18 - JSU 45

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Jacksonville State • • Chattanooga • • • • Sep 20, 2008 at Chattanooga, Tenn.

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CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – Ryan Perrilloux ran for a score and threw for another, while the Gamecocks had two players rush for more than 100 yards to lead Jacksonville State (2-1) to a 31-3 victory over Chattanooga (1-3) in front of 8,240 at Finley Stadium Davenport Field. Tremayne Coger rushed for 123 yards on 16 carries, while Daniel Jackson added 111 yards on 17 carries as the Gamecocks had two players go over the century mark for the first time since the 2003 season. “I thought the difference in the game was our ability to run the ball, while our defense was able to stop them from running it,” said JSU head coach Jack Crowe following the game. “I was really proud of the fact that we didn’t let them run the ball and held them to just 72 yards.” Jax State rolled up 481 yards of offense, including 322 yards on the ground, and did not commit a turnover. Perrilloux finished 12-for-24 for 122 yards with one passing touchdown and had 31 rushing yards and another score to lead the Gamecock offense. Gavin Hallford gave JSU a 3-0 lead with 6:51 left in the first quarter as the senior All-American kicked a 35-yard field goal after the Gamecocks went 63 yards in 13 plays to take the early lead. Jax State struck again on its next possession, driving 72 yards in nine plays to score its first touchdown of the night. Perrilloux split the Mocs’ defense for a 35-yard touchdown run and a 10-0 advantage with 24 seconds to go in the first quarter.

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Stadium: Paul Snow Memorial Attendance: 16654 Kickoff time: 6:00 pm End of Game: 9:16 pm Total elapsed time: 3:16 Officials: Referee: Butch Stovall; Umpire: John Short; Linesman: Michael Salas; Line judge: Add Owen; Back judge: Fred McCollum; Field judge: Phil Faust; Side judge: Greg Koerner

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FUMBLES: Alabama A&M-MOORE,Frank 1-1. Jacksonville State-Ryan Perrilloux 2-1; Marques Ivory 1-0.

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Alabama A&M put the final points of the night on the board to end JSU’s 35-0 run with 2:49 left in the contest. Ulysses Banks scored on a one-yard run to make the final score 45-18.

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Ivory then tossed his first collegiate touchdown pass to cap the 94-yard drive at the 7:16 mark of the fourth quarter when he found Maurice Dupree for a four-yard score.

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An Ivory to John Houston Whiddon 75 -yard pass play set up the Gamecocks final score of the contest. The pass play was the longest play since a Clay Green 81-yard run versus Tennessee Tech on October 27, 2005.

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Junior Ryan Perrilloux threw a pair of touchdowns passes to Eric Johns and ran for another to highlight the quarter. Perrilloux tossed a twoyard pass to Eric Johns to cap a 10-play, 77-yard drive with 7:45 left in the second quarter.

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A.J. Davis’s second interception of the first half gave JSU the ball at the JSU 48 and the Gamecocks took advantage by going 52 yards in seven plays. Perrilloux hit Maruice Dupree for a 17-yard touchdown pass in the back of the endzone to give JSU a 17-0 lead with 7:28 left in the second quarter. Dupree would finish the night with a careerhigh 95 receiving yards and tied a career mark with two touchdown receptions. JSU’s third interception of the first half came courtesy of Jawaan Booker’s first career interception to set up JSU’s next score. John Houston Whiddon took a pitch from Perrilloux and found a wide open Dupree for a 37-yard touchdown pass to give JSU a 24-0 lead at the half. UTC cracked the scoreboard on its first possession of the second half when Craig Camay made a 43-yard field goal to cut the lead to 24-3 with 8:39 left in the third, but the Mocs would get no closer. Coger added one-yard touchdown run with 5:09 left in the game for the final margin. Score by Quarters Jacksonville State Chattanooga Scoring Summary: 1st 06:51 JSU 00:24 JSU 2nd 07:28 JSU 04:51 JSU

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Gavin Hallford 35 yd field goal, 13-63 5:22, JSU 3 - UTC 0 Ryan Perrilloux 35 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 9-72 3:53, JSU 10 - UTC 0 Maurice Dupree 17 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick), 7-52 3:08, JSU 17 - UTC 0 Maurice Dupree 37 yd pass from John Whiddon (Gavin Hallford kick), 2-76 0:35, JSU 24 - UTC 0 Craig Camay 43 yd field goal, 11-38 6:12, JSU 24 - UTC 3 Tramayne Coger 1 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 6-45 2:31, JSU 31 - UTC 3 JSU 23 48-322 159 26-13-0 74-481 0-0 2-0 1-22 5-25 7-34.6 1-0 4-30 32:11 8 of 17 0 of 0 3-3 3-33

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RUSHING: Jacksonville State-Tramayne Coger 16-123; Daniel Jackson 17-111; Ryan Perrilloux 7-31; Ronald Murray 3-26; Alphonso Freeney 3-19; Maurice Dupree 1-11; Marques Ivory 1-1. Chattanooga-Erroll Wynn 9-48; Jare Gault 8-28; Jordan Hazard 1-5; Sloan Allison 1-3; Shaun Kermah 1-2; Tony Pastore 2-minus 14.

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PASSING: Jacksonville State-Ryan Perrilloux 12-24-0-122; Daniel Jackson 0-1-0-0; John Whiddon 1-1-0-37. Chattanooga-Jare Gault 10-18-0-64; Tony Pastore 3-8-38; Sloan Allison 4-7-2-33. RECEIVING: Jacksonville State-Maurice Dupree 5-95; James Wilkerson 4-41; Anthony Jones 2-17; Daniel Jackson 2-6. Chattanooga-Clint Woods 9-72; Chris Pitchford 3-30; Thomas Hinton 3-8; Jordan Hazard 1-1; Erroll Wynn 1-minus 6. INTERCEPTIONS: Jacksonville State-A.J. Davis 2-2; Michael Owens 1-21; Josh Cain 1-2; Jawaan Booker 1-0. Chattanooga-None.

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FUMBLES: Jacksonville State-Marques Ivory 1-0. Chattanooga-None. Stadium: Finley Stadium Attendance: 8240 Kickoff time: 6:00 p.m End of Game: 8:54 Total elapsed time: 2:54 Officials: Referee: Larry Saunders; Umpire: Dana Hinnert; Linesman: Tim Graham; Line judge: Tripp Self; Back judge: Matt Holliford; Field judge: Scot Maslin; Side judge: Michael Crowley; Scorer: Lynn Trent; Temperature: 77 Wind: ENE 7 Weather: Mostly Sunny

Jacksonville State • • • • 23 #20 Eastern Illinois • • • 10 Sept. 27, 2008 at Charleston, Ill. Score by Quarters Jacksonville State Eastern Illinois

1 7 0

2 14 0

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4 0 7

Score 23 Record: (3-1,1-0) 10 Record: (2-3,0-1)

CHARLESTON, Ill. – Ryan Perrilloux scored three touchdowns and passed for 281 yards to lead Jacksonville State to a 23-10 road win over No. 20 Eastern Illinois in the Gamecocks’ Ohio Valley Conference opener. Perrilloux completed 20-of-25 passes for a career-high 281 yards and a touchdown while rushing for 19 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 10 attempts. The JSU offense rushed for 201 yards on the ground and had 281 yards passing for 482 totals yards on the afternoon. Jacksonville State won its third-straight game and snapped an eightgame losing skid against ranked opponents while improving to 3-1 overall and 1-0 in the OVC. Eastern Illinois had a two-game winning streak come to an end, falling to 2-3 overall and 0-1 in league play. “This was a really big win for our football team,” JSU head coach Jack Crowe said. “Eastern Illinois is a very good team and I don’t know if we will have a game that will be bigger, from an emotional standpoint, for us this season.” The Gamecock defense had one of its most dominating efforts against the run, allowing just 20 rushing yards, the smallest output by an opponent in the school’s Division I history. JSU allowed just 226 total yards, and the 20 yards rushing was the fewest by an OVC opponent since Tennessee Tech rushed for 35 yards in 2007. Jacksonville State took its second drive of the game and went 90 yards in just three plays to take an early lead. Alphonso Freeney’s career-long 45-yard run and a 28 yard pass from Perrilloux to Deonte Carter set up the game’s first touchdown. Perrilloux connected with James Wilkerson on a 17-yard pass that gave JSU a 7-0 lead with 3:27 left in the first quarter. The Gamecocks then marched 99 yards on their next possession to extend the lead, a drive that was highlighted by a 66-yard pass from Perrilloux to Maurice Dupree to put JSU in scoring position. Two plays later, Perrilloux broke away from a would-be sack by EIU’s Pierre Walters and scampered 16 yards for a touchdown. Gavin Hallford’s extra point gave JSU a 14-0 lead with 11:19 to go in the second quarter. Eastern Illinois continued to make JSU put together long drives, punting the ball down to the Gamecock 12 yard line, but the Gamecocks used 14 plays to drive the 88 yards while converting on two third down conversions en route to the end zone. On third and eight from the EIU 16 yard line, Perrilloux hit Jeffery Cameron for 15 yards down to the EIU one yard line. Perrilloux then dove in for a one-yard score to give the Gamecocks a 21-0 halftime lead. Special teams provided the next points for JSU when the snap sailed over EIU punter Kevin Cook’s head. Cook picked the ball up and ran out of the back of the end zone for the safety, giving the Gamecocks a 23-0 advantage. The safety was the first for JSU since the first quarter of its game at Southeast Missouri State on November 17, 2007.


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After a JSU interception, EIU drove down the Gamecock six yard line and got on the board after Tyler Wilke kicked a 35-yard field goal to cut the lead to 23-3. The Panthers special teams provided their only touchdown on the afternoon when Kenny Kinchen blocked a Zach Walden punt and Adrian Arrington returned it 16 yards to the end zone for the final margin.

2nd 11:19 JSU

02:39 JSU

FUMBLES: Jacksonville State-Ryan Perrilloux 1-0. Eastern Illinois-TEAM 1-0; BESS 1-1. Stadium: O’Brien Field Attendance: 7996 Kickoff time: 1:35 pm End of Game: 4:20 pm Total elapsed time: 2:45 Officials: Referee: Matt Young; Umpire: Casey Moreland; Linesman: Steve Swift; Line judge: Jeff Irwin; Back judge: John Wright; Field judge: Jay Brown; Side judge: Danny Doyle; Scorer: EIU Sports Info; Temperature: 79 Wind: 5 mph N Weather: Sunny

After Southeast Missouri turned the ball over on downs at the JSU 30 yard line with 1:13 to go in the second, the Gamecocks drove 70 yards in six plays to extend the lead. Perrilloux tossed his second touchdown pass of the night to Maurice Dupree that covered the final 41 yards of the drive with 36 seconds left on the clock. JSU carried a 21-3 lead into halftime following Hallford’s PAT. Jax State’s special teams got the second half started off right when Dupree returned the opening kickoff 99 yards to push the lead to 28-3 with just five seconds gone off the clock. Dupree’s kick return was the second of his career and the first since his 89-yard return against Murray State on Sept. 29, 2007. It was also the fourth longest in school history and the second longest since the Gamecocks joined Division I prior to the 1995 season. Junior Carnell Clark intercepted a Houston Lillard pass at the Gamecocks’ 10 and returned it 14 yards to stop SEMO’s next drive. It was Clark’s first interception of his career and marked the third consecutive game the JSU defense recorded an interception. The Gamecock offense took advantage of the turnover by adding a 37-yard field goal by Hallford with 36 seconds left in the third to up the JSU lead to 31-3. SEMO’s Michael Williamson caught a five-yard touchdown pass from Lillard with 12:46 showing on the fourth quarter clock to cut the deficit to 31-10. The touchdown was the first against the Gamecock defense since the fourth quarter of the Alabama A&M game, a span

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INTERCEPTIONS: Jacksonville State-Kenny Walker 1-0. Eastern Illinois-HAYNES 1-7; MARCELIN 1-4.

The Redhawks put their first points on board on their first drive of the second quarter. Doug Spada’s 46-yard field goal attempt split the uprights to cut the JSU lead to 14-3 at the 11:20 mark of the second quarter.

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RECEIVING: Jacksonville State-Maurice Dupree 4-84; James Wilkerson 4-55; Deonte Carter 3-55; Daniel Jackson 2-23; Eric Johns 2-21; Ronald Murray 2-17; Jeffery Cameron 1-15; Anthony Jones 1-7; Alphonso Freeney 1-4. Eastern IllinoisNOZINOR 6-62; GRAVES 5-50; BESS 3-5; McGRATH 2-12; RICKS 1-45; KESLER 1-20; PONIUS 1-12.

A 35-yard pass from Perrilloux to James Wilkerson put JSU deep into SEMO territory to close the first quarter, setting up a seven-yard touchdown pass from Perrilloux to junior Eric Johns to open the second quarter. Hallford added the PAT to give the Gamecocks a 14-0 lead with 14:57 remaining in the half.

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PASSING: Jacksonville State-Ryan Perrilloux 20-25-2-281. Eastern Illinois-REEDER 19-32-1-206.

JSU’s third possession of the game provided the first points of the night. George took a pitch on the option from Perrilloux and raced 59 yards to the end zone. Senior Gavin Hallford’s PAT gave JSU a 7-0 lead with 3:52 left in the first quarter. The play was the longest rush from scrimmage for JSU this season and accounted for over four times more yards than George had before the carry.

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RUSHING: Jacksonville State-Daniel Jackson 10-68; Alphonso Freeney 7-68; Tramayne Coger 9-35; Ryan Perrilloux 10-19; Ronald Murray 3-16; TEAM 1-2; James Wilkerson 1-minus 7. Eastern Illinois-BESS 14-24; WARD 6-21; REEDER 2-minus 5; COOK 1-minus 20.

The Gamecocks improved to 32-4 overall and 19-2 at home when scoring 30 or more points under Head Coach Jack Crowe and gained at least 300 yards of total offense for the 36th time in 42 Ohio Valley Conference contests.

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EIU 13 23-20 206 32-19-1 55-226 0-0 1-30 2-35 2-11 5-40.8 2-1 8-60 26:30 4 of 14 1 of 2 1-2 2-12

Senior Maurice Dupree caught a touchdown pass and returned a kickoff for a touchdown while freshman Brandon George, who entered the game with just 13 career rushing yards, became the third different Gamecock to rush for 100-plus yards this season with 11 carries for 114 yards and a touchdown.

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JSU 23 41-201 281 25-20-2 66-482 1-1 2-11 1-16 1-0 4-32.0 1-0 7-75 33:30 9 of 14 0 of 0 3-3 1-6

Junior Ryan Perrilloux completed 16-of-22 passes for 239 yards and two touchdowns, his second-straight game with over 200 passing yards. It was the first time in the LaPlace, La., native’s career he has posted back-to-back 200-yard passing performances.

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It was the fourth-straight game the JSU offense gained 400 or more yards, the longest such streak for the Gamecocks (4-1, 2-0 OVC) since closing the 2005 season with seven straight games with at least 400 yards.

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3rd 10:03 JSU 04:09 EIU 4th 08:03 EIU

James Wilkerson 17 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick), 3-90 0:50, JSU 7 - EIU 0 Ryan Perrilloux 16 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 8-99 3:26, JSU 14 - EIU 0 Ryan Perrilloux 2 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 14-88 5:51, JSU 21 - EIU 0 TEAM safety, , JSU 23 - EIU 0 WILKE 27 yd field goal, 9-41 3:39, JSU 23 - EIU 3 ARRINGTON 16 yd blocked punt return (WILKE kick), , JSU 23 - EIU 10

JACKSONVILLE – Jacksonville State racked up 456 yards of offense en route to a 38-17 Ohio Valley Conference win over Southeast Missouri State (2-4, 0-2 OVC) in front 8,917 fans at Paul Snow Stadium.

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Jax State finished with 201 yards on the ground, led by Daniel Jackson and Freeney’s 68 yards apiece, while Tremayne Coger added 35 yards on nine carries. Dupree led the receivers with 84 yards on four catches, while Wilkerson and Carter each had 55 yards receiving.

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of 11 quarters, and the first passing score against JSU this season. Freshman Marques Ivory led JSU on its final scoring drive of the night, hooking up with junior Jeffrey Cameron for an 11-yard touchdown with 4:28 to play. The pass was Ivory’s second touchdown pass of his career and the first career touchdown reception for Cameron.

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SEMO recovered an onside kick on the ensuing kickoff but came up short when a Lillard pass fell incomplete on fourth and goal from the JSU one.

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The Redhawks tried to make things interesting late in the game when Walter Peoples caught a 49-yard touchdown pass from Matt Scheible with 3:41 on the clock to cut the deficit to 31-17.

Scoring Summary: 1st 03:42 JSU 2nd 14:57 JSU

11:20 SEMO 00:36 JSU

3rd 14:54 JSU 00:26 JSU 4th 12:46 SEMO

04:28 JSU

03:41 SEMO

1 0 7

2 3 14

3 0 10

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Record: (2-4,0-2) Record: (4-1,2-0)

Brandon George 59 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 1-59 0:11, SEMO 0 - JSU 7 Eric Johns 7 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick), 6-71 1:52, SEMO 0 - JSU 14 SPADA, Doug 46 yd field goal, 9-38 3:31, SEMO 3 - JSU 14 Maurice Dupree 41 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick), 6-70 0:37, SEMO 3 - JSU 21 Maurice Dupree 99 yd kickoff return (Gavin Hallford kick), , SEMO 3 - JSU 28 Gavin Hallford 37 yd field goal, 16-56 7:28, SEMO 3 - JSU 31 WILLIAMSON, M. 5 yd pass from LILLARD, H. (SPADA, Doug kick), 7-60 2:32, SEMO 10 - JSU 31 Jeffery Cameron 11 yd pass from Marques Ivory (Gavin Hallford kick), 7-32 3:11, SEMO 10 - JSU 38 PEOPLES, Walter 49 yd pass from SCHEIBLE, Matt (SPADA, Doug kick), 2-50 0:39, SEMO 17 - JSU 38

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SEMO 18 32-56 311 41-21-1 73-367 0-0 0-0 7-110 1-3 6-43.0 4-1 7-36 29:27 5 of 17 0 of 3 1-2 3-25

JSU 21 42-206 250 25-17-1 67-456 0-0 4-80 2-122 1-14 5-34.6 1-1 12-115 30:33 4 of 12 1 of 1 3-3 3-15

RUSHING: SE Missouri State-HOLLOMAN, Timmy 16-44; HARRIS, Henry 3-13; SCHEIBLE, Matt 2-4; PEOPLES, Walter 1-2; TEAM 1-minus 1; GRASS, Nathan 1-minus 1; LILLARD, H. 8-minus 5. Jacksonville State-Brandon George 11-114; Drec Lindley 12-45; Tramayne Coger 5-29; Alphonso Freeney 2-12; Ryan Perrilloux 9-6; Marques Ivory 1-3; Ronald Murray 1-1; Jeffery Cameron 1-minus 4. PASSING: SE Missouri State-LILLARD, H. 18-37-1-212; SCHEIBLE, Matt 3-4-0-99. Jacksonville State-Ryan Perrilloux 16-22-1-239; Marques Ivory 1-3-0-11. RECEIVING: SE Missouri State-PEOPLES, Walter 6-110; EDWARDS, Miles 4-33; WILLIAMSON, M. 3-26; GIST, Daryl 2-52; BROWN, Bradley 2-43; HOLLOMAN, Timmy 2-22; STEWART, Brad 1-13; REESE, Alfred 1-12. Jacksonville State-Eric Johns 4-46; Maurice Dupree 3-92; Jeffery Cameron 3-31; James Wilkerson 2-48; William LaRay 2-12; Deonte Carter 2-10; Tramayne Coger 1-11.

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Eastern Kentucky • • • • 38 #18 Jacksonville State• • • 35 Oct 11, 2008 at Richmond, Ky.

RICHMOND, Ky. – Allen Holland threw for 242 yards to lead Eastern Kentucky to a 38-35 upset over No. 18 Jacksonville State and hand the Gamecocks their first Ohio Valley Conference loss of the season on Saturday. Eastern Kentucky improved to 4-3 overall and 3-1 in the OVC, while the Gamecocks dropped to 4-2 overall and 2-1 in the OVC. “We never lost the fight and we didn’t show up not ready to play,” said JSU head coach Jack Crowe following the game. “We just weren’t seasoned enough to handle the turn of events as they happened and consistently went against us.” Eastern Kentucky held a 31-21 lead entering the fourth quarter, but the Gamecocks cut the lead to 31-28 after Brandon George scored on an eight-yard run and Gavin Hallford added the point after with 9:41 left. But, the Colonels answered to push the lead back to 10 points. Holland capped a 60 yard, five-play drive by scoring on a one-yard run with 7:13 left to give EKU a 38-28 lead, but the Gamecocks answered late in the game. Perrilloux scored on a four-yard run to cap a 10-play, 60 yard drive with 4:12 as Jax State sliced the lead to 38-35 with 4:12 left and then the JSU defense held on three plays to give the Gamecocks on last chance. Perrilloux drove the Gamecocks down to the EKU 33 yard line with just under two minutes left in the game, but threw his fifth interception of the night to seal the Colonel win. Jacksonville State struck early after Perrilloux connected on a 59-yard pass to Maurice Dupree with 11:04 left in the first quarter. Gavin Hallford’s point after gave the Gamecocks a 7-0 lead. Eastern Kentucky answered by taking the kickoff and going 77 yards to tie the game after Aaron Bradley scored on a four-yard run. Taylor Long’s point after tied the game at 7-7 with 8:50 left in the first quarter. The Colonels took the lead midway through the second quarter after C.J. Walker scored on a one-yard run and Long added the point after to give EKU a 14-7 lead with 10:10 left in the first half. Jacksonville State tied the game later in the second quarter after T.J. Heath intercepted a EKU Pass and returned it inside the Colonels five yard line. Two players later, Calvin Middleton scored from one yard out and Hallford added the point after with 7:19 left to tie the game at 14-14. Eastern Kentucky scored the final 10 points of the first half after Holland tossed an 11-yard pass to Stephen Sizemore with 5:17 left and then Long kicked a 46-yard field goal on the final play of the half as the Colonels took a 24-14 lead into the intermission. Eastern Kentucky extended the lead in the second half after Walker scored on a 19-yard run with 11:20 left in the third quarter to give the Colonels a 31-14 advantage.


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Jax State cut the lead to 31-21 after Perrilloux scored on an 11-yard quarterback draw late in the third quarter. Hallford’s point after cut the lead to 10 points with 3:07 left in the third. Perrilloux finished the game 21-for-41 for 304 yards and a touchdown, while Maurice Dupree had 161 yards on seven receptions and a touchdown to lead the Gamecocks.

08:50 EKU

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00:00 EKU 3rd 11:20 EKU 03:07 JSU

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Score 35 38

Record: (4-2,2-1) Record: (4-3,3-1)

Maurice Dupree 59 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick), 4-78 1:37, JSU 7 - EKU 0 BRADLEY, Aaron 4 yd run (LONG, Taylor kick), 5-75 2:14, JSU 7 - EKU 7 WALKER, C.J. 1 yd run (LONG, Taylor kick), 6-60 2:39, JSU 7 - EKU 14 Calvin Middleton 1 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 2-5 0:47, JSU 14 - EKU 14 SIZEMORE, S. 11 yd pass from HOLLAND, Allan (LONG, Taylor kick), 4-30 2:02, JSU 14 - EKU 21 LONG, Taylor 46 yd field goal, 1-0 0:01, JSU 14 - EKU 24 WALKER, C.J. 19 yd run (LONG, Taylor kick), 5-30 2:39, JSU 14 - EKU 31 Ryan Perrilloux 9 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 11-71 3:30, JSU 21 - EKU 31 Brandon George 8 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 1-8 0:06, JSU 28 - EKU 31 HOLLAND, Allan 1 yd run (LONG, Taylor kick), 5-60 2:28, JSU 28 - EKU 38 Ryan Perrilloux 4 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 10-60 3:01, JSU 35 - EKU 38

RECEIVING: Jacksonville State-Maurice Dupree 7-161; James Wilkerson 5-57; Daniel Jackson 3-28; John Whiddon 3-27; Jeffery Cameron 2-21; Eric Johns 1-10. Eastern Kentucky-DAVIS, Shannon 5-116; SIZEMORE, S. 3-24; CROMER, Evan 3-20; FUQUA, Stephon 2-59; BRADLEY, Aaron 2-11; BURNES, Anthony 2-8; WALKER, C.J. 2-6; PHELPS, Garnett 1-15; BANJOMAN, H.B. 1-minus 4. INTERCEPTIONS: Jacksonville State-T.J. Heath 1-41. Eastern Kentucky-GATHOF, Brandon 2-2; DENTON, Zach 1-47; EVANS, Andre 1-22; DALRYMPLE, J. 1-20.

Perrilloux completed his first 12 passes and became the first JSU player to toss four touchdown passes since 1999. He ran his season touchdown total to 13, the most by a Gamecock since Reggie Stancil in 2001. The Gamecocks struck quickly, scoring after Perrilloux hooked up with Maurice Dupree on a 39-yard touchdown pass with only 1:07 gone off the first quarter clock. Gavin Hallford became the OVC’s all-time career scoring leader by a kicker with the point after as JSU took a 7-0 lead. The score was the quickest score since Craig Agee returned an interception 17 yards versus Samford with 14:30 left in the first quarter on Nov. 11, 2006. It was also the quickest offensive score dating to a Rondy Rodgers 16-yard touchdown run with 14:40 left in the first quarter against Samford on Sept. 21, 2000. A Dupree 39-yard punt return set up JSU’s next touchdown. Three plays later, Perrilloux scrambled and found Deonte Carter for a 21-yard touchdown pass in the corner of the end zone. Hallford’s point after pushed the JSU lead to 14-0 with 6:51 left in the second. Murray State answered on its next offensive possession and scored after Charlie Jordan raced 74-yards for the touchdown to cut the JSU lead to 14-7 with 5:23 to go in the second quarter. The JSU special teams again put the Gamecocks in scoring position when Eric Russell recovered a Taylor Lanigan fumble on a punt return at the Murray 33 late in the second quarter. Perrilloux and Dupree hooked up for the second time on the day from 21 yards out. Hallford added the PAT for a 21-7 lead with 1:54 remaining in the second quarter. The touchdown reception by Dupree was a school record ninth of the season, eclipsing the old mark set by Derrick Thomas in 1985. Dupree finished with a teamhigh 79 yards on five catches.

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PASSING: Jacksonville State-Ryan Perrilloux 21-41-5-304. Eastern Kentucky-HOLLAND, Allan 19-27-1-242; WATTS, Cody 2-2-0-13.

“Ryan is very poised,” said JSU head coach Jack Crowe. “He was fully involved and had great energy the first play he got back out there. Every ball he threw had some intent to it and you could tell he was going to play well.”

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RUSHING: Jacksonville State-Ryan Perrilloux 15-39; Daniel Jackson 12-28; Brandon George 2-10; Alphonso Freeney 2-2; Calvin Middleton 2-1. Eastern Kentucky-WALKER, C.J. 9-52; TURNER, Kelvin 3-40; BRADLEY, Aaron 5-21; HOLLAND, Allan 9-19; BANJOMAN, H.B. 7-5; PHELPS, Garnett 1-2; TEAM 3-minus 3.

Jacksonville State, ranked No. 23 in the latest FCS poll, improved to 5-2 overall and 3-1 in the OVC. Murray State drops to 3-5 overall and 2-2 in the conference.

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EKU 16 37-136 255 29-21-1 66-391 0-0 2-5 5-91 5-91 6-36.3 3-0 6-55 33:55 4 of 13 0 of 0 5-6 2-16

JACKSONVILLE – Ryan Perrilloux completed 18-of-20 passes for 189 yards and a career-high four touchdowns to lead Jacksonville State to a 31-21 win over Murray State in front of a Homecoming crowd of 14,251 at Paul Snow Stadium on Saturday.

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Oct 18, 2008 at Jacksonville, Ala.

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#23 Jacksonville State • • 31 Murray State• • • • • • 21

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Stadium: Roy Kidd Stadium Attendance: 6100 Kickoff time: 6:00 End of Game: 9:00 Total elapsed time: 3:00 Officials: Referee: Butch Stovall; Umpire: John Short; Linesman: Michael Salas; Line judge: Add Owen; Back judge: Fred McCollum; Field judge: Phil Faust; Side judge: Greg Koerner; Scorer: www.WLStats.net; Temperature: 85 Wind: 8 ENE Weather: clear

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Score by Quarters Jacksonville State Eastern Kentucky

FUMBLES: Jacksonville State-James Wilkerson 1-0; TEAM 1-0. Eastern KentuckyTEAM 2-0; BURNES, Anthony 1-0.

The Racers’ final drive of the first half stalled at the JSU 12 and the again the Gamecock special teams again came up big. Monte Lewis blocked a Kienan Cullen 29-yard field goal attempt on the final play of the first half to keep JSU ahead 21-7 at the half.

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Murray State took the opening second half kickoff and marched 52 yards in nine plays to cut into the JSU lead. McKinnis dove over for a one-yard touchdown run to cap the drive and trim deficit to 21-14 with 11:23 left in third quarter.

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Jax State scored the first points of the second half when Hallford kicked his longest field goal of the season with a 45-yard field goal to give JSU a 24-14 lead at the 6:45. The Racers closed the gap to 24-21 with 5:48 left in the fourth quarter after quarterback Jeff Ehrhardt plunged in on a quarterback sneak to finish a 14-play 69-yard drive that took 3:28 off the game clock. Ehrhardt finished 24-for-42 for 171 yards to lead the Racers. The Gamecocks scored the final points of the game after Perrilloux tossed his fourth touchdown pass of the game, connecting with Alphonso Freeney for a three-yard strike with 3:41 to play. The JSU defense held Murray out of the end zone on its final drive of the game when Alexander Henderson stopped Charlie Jordan for a loss of three yards on third and goal from the JSU one and Jawaan Booker batted away an Erhardt pass intended for Marcus Harris on fourth and goal. Score by Quarters Murray State Jacksonville State Scoring Summary: 1st 13:53 JSU 2nd 06:51 JSU

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Record: (3-5,2-2) Record: (5-2,3-1)

Maurice Dupree 39 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick), 3-58 1:07, MUR 0 - JSU 7 Deonte Carter 10 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick), 3-8 1:35, MUR 0 - JSU 14 JORDAN,Charlie 74 yd run (CULLEN,Kienan kick), 3-83 1:21, MUR 7 - JSU 14 Maurice Dupree 21 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick), 3-33 1:04, MUR 7 - JSU 21 MCKINNIS,Paul 1 yd run (CULLEN,Kienan kick), 9-52 3:28, MUR 14 - JSU 21 Gavin Hallford 45 yd field goal, 9-22 4:30, MUR 14 - JSU 24 EHRHARDT,Jeff 1 yd run (CULLEN,Kienan kick), 14-69 5:25, MUR 21 - JSU 24 Alphonso Freeney 3 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick), 5-42 1:57, MUR 21 - JSU 31

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

MUR 21 36-234 171 43-24-1 79-405 0-0 1-1 6-139 0-0 5-42.2 2-1 3-31 28:55 8 of 18 2 of 4 2-4 6-49

JSU 14 36-93 189 20-18-0 56-282 0-0 3-47 4-91 1-1 7-38.0 0-0 7-58 31:05 4 of 12 0 of 0 2-2 0-0

RUSHING: Murray State-JORDAN,Charlie 18-116; EHRHARDT,Jeff 13-94; MCKINNIS,Paul 5-24. Jacksonville State-Daniel Jackson 12-43; Brandon George 4-27; Alphonso Freeney 3-22; Ronald Murray 2-8; TEAM 1-0; Ryan Perrilloux 14-minus 7. PASSING: Murray State-EHRHARDT,Jeff 24-42-0-171; HARRIS,Marcus 0-1-1-0. Jacksonville State-Ryan Perrilloux 18-20-0-189.

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RECEIVING: Murray State-NELSON,DeAngelo 6-54; TOWNSEL,Derrick 5-9; HARRIS,Marcus 4-39; ARD,Daniel 4-38; JORDAN,Charlie 2-11; MCKINNIS,Paul 2-10; KNIGHT,Zach 1-10. Jacksonville State-Maurice Dupree 5-79; James Wilkerson 3-32; Deonte Carter 2-27; Brandon George 2-17; Alphonso Freeney 2-9; Daniel Jackson 2-6; Jeffery Cameron 1-14; John Whiddon 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: Murray State-None. Jacksonville State-A.J. Davis 1-1. FUMBLES: Murray State-LANIGAN,Taylor 1-1; NELSON,DeAngelo 1-0. Jacksonville State-None. Stadium: Paul Snow Memorial Attendance: 14251 Kickoff time: 4:00 pm End of Game: 7:05 pm Total elapsed time: 3:05 Officials: Referee: Ken Switzer; Umpire: Shawn Wortman; Linesman: Chris Barney; Line judge: Roy Woods; Back judge: Greg Brey; Field judge: Steve Horn; Side judge: Tom Weber; Temperature: 68 Wind: 5-7 W Weather: Sunny & Clear

UT Martin • • • • • • • 31 Jacksonville State • • • • 30 Oct 23, 2008 at Martin, Tenn.

MARTIN, Tenn. – The Jacksonville State football team’s attempt at a dramatic comeback fell one point short on Thursday night, when the Gamecocks dropped a heartbreaking 31-30 conference game at Tennessee-Martin in front of a national television audience. Trailing 31-24 with less than five minutes to play, junior Ryan Perrilloux connected with junior James Wilkerson on a 66-yard touchdown pass that cut the deficit to one, but senior placekicker Gavin Hallford’s point after attempt sailed wide right. The Gamecocks (5-3, 3-2 Ohio Valley Conference) got the ball back with 23 seconds to play, but couldn’t get in position for a shot at a game winning field goal. The Skyhawks (7-2, 5-1 OVC) gained 493 yards behind Miguel Barnes’ 117 rushing yards and Cade Thompson’s 275 yards through the air en route to their third-straight win and their second in a row over Jax State in Martin. Roren Thomas added a career-best 84 yards and a score on the ground, thanks to an 85-yard touchdown scamper on the game’s first possession. Earlier in the game, Hallford etched his name in the Gamecocks record book when his 31-yard first-quarter field goal moved him ahead of former quarterback David Gulledge atop the school’s career scoring list. The Phenix City, Ala., native finished the night with six points, giving him 293 for his career, three ahead of Gulledge. He needs just 29 points to tie Eastern Kentucky’s Markus Thomas for the OVC’s career record. Junior linebacker Alexander Henderson, who became just the second player in JSU’s Division I history to record 20 or more tackles in a game with 21 last week vs. Murray State, equaled that mark for the second-straight week on Thursday. The Mobile, Ala., native led all players, totaling eight more stops than anyone else in the game. Perrilloux recorded his fifth multi-touchdown game with a pair of scoring passes on a night that saw the LaPlace, La., native complete 14 of his 29 tosses for 261 yards and ran for 53 to account for most of the Gamecocks’ 440 yards of total offense. He found senior Maurice Dupree four times for a total of 96 yards, and he connected with Wilkerson and junior Eric Johns for his two scores. Senior tailback Daniel Jackson led the Gamecocks’ ground attack with 98 yards on 13 carries, leaving the Florence, Ala., native just two yards shy of what would have been his fifth career 100-yard rushing game. The Skyhawks’ Roren Thomas lit the scoreboard early in the game, running the second play from scrimmage 85 yards for a touchdown.


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The longest play the JSU defense had allowed this season and the longest run against the Gamecocks since Nov. 8, 1997, gave UTM a 7-0 lead with just 53 seconds ticked off of the clock. The Gamecocks took the ensuing possession and used it to tie the score on a nine-play drive that spanned 59 yards and took just over five minutes to complete. Senior fullback Ronald Murray finished the drive by punching it in from two yards out with 8:56 on the first quarter clock.

09:57 JSU

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4th 11:44 UTM

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Score 30 Record: (5-3,3-2) 31 Record: (7-2,5-1)

THOMAS 85 yd run (HANSEN kick), 2-88 0:53, JSU 0 - UTM 7 Ronald Murray 2 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 9-59 5:02, JSU 7 - UTM 7 Gavin Hallford 31 yd field goal, 6-58 2:41, JSU 10 - UTM 7 TEAM safety, , JSU 10 - UTM 9 HICKS 40 yd pass from THOMPSON (HANSEN kick), 4-52 1:54, JSU 10 - UTM 16 Alphonso Freeney 4 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 3-63 1:13, JSU 17 - UTM 16 Eric Johns 12 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick), 4-61 1:44, JSU 24 - UTM 16 BARNES 1 yd run (THOMAS pass from THOMPSON), 7-61 2:21, JSU 24 - UTM 24 HICKS 4 yd pass from THOMPSON (HANSEN kick), 6-73 2:28, JSU 24 - UTM 31 James Wilkerson 66 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick failed), 3-80 1:09, JSU 30 - UTM 31

Team Statistics FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET)

JSU 18 35-179 261

UTM 21 40-218 275

Nov 01, 2008 at Jacksonville, Ala.

JACKSONVILLE – Ryan Perrilloux scored three touchdowns and Daniel Jackson rushed for 111 yards to lead Jacksonville State to a 35-22 win over Austin Peay in an Ohio Valley Conference game on Saturday. The Gamecocks improved to 6-3 overall and 4-2 in the OVC after securing the school’s fifth straight winning season and the 40th in the school history. Austin Peay fell to 1-8 overall and 1-5 in the conference. “We had our work cut out for us and knew we had our work cut out for us,” said JSU head coach Jack Crowe after the game. “Nobody expected it to be any different, because of the way their games have gone. That’s what they have looked like against everybody this season.” Perrilloux passed for 271 yards and a pair of touchdowns and rushed for 50 yards and another score after leading the Gamecocks to 467 yards of total offense. James Wilkerson finished the game with a career-high 123 receiving yards on eight catches to lead seven different receivers. Jax State jumped out to an early 14-0 first quarter lead after Perrilloux marched the Gamecocks 74 yards on their opening drive and scored on a 14-yard run. The junior quarterback then connected with Wilkerson on a nine-yard pass on JSU’s next possession to cap a

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3rd 13:40 JSU

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Stadium: Graham Stadium Attendance: 1790 Kickoff time: 6:34 pm End of Game: 10:05 pm Total elapsed time: 3:31 Officials: Referee: Bob Powell; Umpire: John Graham; Linesman: Tom Danner; Line judge: John Smoot; Back judge: Tom Hahs; Field judge: Burney Jenkins; Side judge: Chip Shields; Scorer: Ryne Rickman; Temperature: 50’s Wind: None Weather: Steady Rain

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02:09 JSU 2nd 13:26 UTM 02:07 UTM

2 0 9

FUMBLES: Jacksonville State-None. UT Martin-AKBAR 1-0; BARNES 1-0.

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1 10 7

INTERCEPTIONS: Jacksonville State-None. UT Martin-None.

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Score by Quarters Jacksonville State UT Martin

RECEIVING: Jacksonville State-Maurice Dupree 4-96; Jeffery Cameron 2-51; Daniel Jackson 2-18; Eric Johns 2-16; James Wilkerson 1-66; Ronald Murray 1-8; Deonte Carter 1-7; Alphonso Freeney 1-minus 1. UT Martin-HICKS 5-112; THOMAS 3-60; PATTERSON 2-64; BARNES 2-12; YOUNG 1-9; JONES, Ke. 1-9; DUNLAP 1-9.

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A missed 30-yard field goal by UTM’s Tom Hansen with 5:47 to play set up a 66-yard strike from Perrilloux to junior James Wilkerson that cut the Skyhawks’ lead to 31-30, but Hallford’s point after attempt missed wide left. The miss snapped a streak of 39 straight successful extra points for Hallford.

PASSING: Jacksonville State-Ryan Perrilloux 14-29-0-261. UT Martin-THOMPSON 15-24-0-275.

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The Skyhawks tied it on the ensuing possession, thanks to a oneyard run by Miguel Barnes and a two-point pass from Thompson to Thomas that ended a seven-play, 61-yard scoring drive. They reclaimed the lead with 11:44 to play in the game, when Thompson’s four-yard touchdown pass to Mike Hicks capped a six-play drive that covered 73 yards, took 2:28 off of the clock and gave UTM a 31-24 advantage.

RUSHING: Jacksonville State-Daniel Jackson 13-98; Ryan Perrilloux 10-53; Alphonso Freeney 4-15; Jeffery Cameron 1-10; Brandon George 2-8; Ronald Murray 3-8; Maurice Dupree 1-2; TEAM 1-minus 15. UT Martin-BARNES 23-117; THOMAS 4-84; YOUNG 9-31; TEAM 1-minus 1; THOMPSON 3-minus 13.

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After forcing a UTM punt, the JSU offense needed just four plays to score again on a 12-yard pass from Perrilloux to junior tight end Eric Johns. The drive took 1:44, spanned 61 yards and was sparked by a 43-yard pass from Perrilloux to junior Jeffrey Cameron that set the Gamecocks up in the UTM red zone.

24-15-0 64-493 0-0 2-29 7-116 0-0 5-35.2 2-0 3-25 31:55 5 of 13 0 of 1 2-3 0-0

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The Gamecocks wasted little time in reclaiming the lead in the second half using a three-yard drive that was highlighted by 59 yards on two carries from Daniel Jackson to start the third quarter. Sophomore fullback Alphonso Freeney’s four-yard touchdown run between the tackles finished off a three-play, 63-yard drive that lasted just 73 seconds.

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Hallford put the Gamecocks ahead just over six minutes later with his record-setting kick, a boot that was the finishing touches on a sixplay, 58-yard drive. After the Gamecocks’ special teams gave them a 10-7 advantage, they allowed the Skyhawks to pull to within a point, when freshman Brandon Rogers’ snap on a punt attempt with 13:26 to play in the half sailed over punter Zach Walden’s head and out of the back of the end zone for a safety.

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62-yard, seven play drive to give JSU the early advantage.

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Austin Peay’s John Bell kicked a 22-yard field goal with 1:11 left in the first quarter to cut the lead to 14-3, but Perrilloux connected with Eric Johns on a 4-yard pass on the first play of the second quarter as the Gamecocks extended the lead to 21-3. The Governors then scored 14 straight points, thanks to a 61-yard touchdown run by Terrence Holt, and Trent Caffee tossed a two-yard pass to Jeff Lyle with just :26 left in the second quarter as APSU cut the lead to 21-16 at the half. Jax State took the second half kickoff and pushed the lead to 28-16 after Jackson scored on a 23 yard run with 13:17 left in the third quarter, but the Governors answered when Lyle and Caffee hooked up again on a two-yard touchdown pass to cut the lead to 28-22 at the end of the third quarter. The Gamecocks scored the final points of the game after Ronald Murray scored on a three-yard run with 6:27 left to seal the win for Jacksonville State. Ryan White led Austin Peay with 116 yards on 25 carries, while Holt finished with 87 yards on 10 carries. Caffee finished the game throwing for 145 yards and a pair of touchdowns, both to Lyle. Score by Quarters Austin Peay Jacksonville State Scoring Summary: 1st 07:48 JSU

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Record: (1-8,1-5) Record: (6-3,4-2)

Ryan Perrilloux 14 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 7-74 2:40, APSU 0 - JSU 7 James Wilkerson 9 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick), 7-62 3:08, APSU 0 - JSU 14 BELL, John 22 yd field goal, 5-12 2:05, APSU 3 - JSU 14 Eric Johns 4 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick), 3-47 1:08, APSU 3 - JSU 21 HOLT, Terrence 61 yd run (BELL, John kick), 4-80 1:25, APSU 10 - JSU 21 LYLE, Jeff 2 yd pass from CAFFEE, Trent (WHITE, Ryan rush failed), 10-59 2:33, APSU 16 - JSU 21 Daniel Jackson 23 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 4-56 1:31, APSU 16 - JSU 28 LYLE, Jeff 2 yd pass from CAFFEE, Trent (BELL, John kick blockd), 14-80 6:21, APSU 22 - JSU 28 Ronald Murray 3 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 8-65 3:43, APSU 22 - JSU 35

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APSU 21 41-225 168 32-16-1 73-393 0-0 2-2 5-159 1-0 4-34.0 1-1 6-45 31:15 7 of 15 1 of 3 3-3 2-14

JSU 24 33-196 271 29-19-1 62-467 0-0 3-31 5-89 1-0 4-38.0 2-2 7-50 28:45 3 of 8 0 of 0 4-5 0-0

RUSHING: Austin Peay-WHITE, Ryan 25-116; HOLT, Terrence 10-87; CAFFEE, Trent 3-14; LYLE, Jeff 2-6; FORREST, Jontam 1-2. Jacksonville State-Daniel Jackson 11-111; Ryan Perrilloux 10-50; Calvin Middleton 2-14; Alphonso Freeney 3-9; Brandon George 3-6; Ronald Murray 3-6; TEAM 1-0.

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PASSING: Austin Peay-CAFFEE, Trent 14-28-1-145; JENNINGS, T.C. 2-4-0-23. Jacksonville State-Ryan Perrilloux 19-29-1-271. RECEIVING: Austin Peay-LYLE, Jeff 4-53; MILLER, Darryl 3-42; FREDERICK, Lani 3-32; THOMAS, Scott 2-12; HOEH, Jack 1-16; SANDERS, Jon 1-7; LAMBERT, Daniel 1-4; WHITE, Ryan 1-2. Jacksonville State-James Wilkerson 8-123; Maurice Dupree 4-84; Daniel Jackson 2-33; Deonte Carter 2-11; Ronald Murray 1-11; Alphonso Freeney 1-5; Eric Johns 1-4. INTERCEPTIONS: Austin Peay-YOUNG, Kelvin 1-0. Jacksonville State-Carnell Clark 1-0. FUMBLES: Austin Peay-HOLT, Terrence 1-1. Jacksonville State-Ryan Perrilloux 2-2. Stadium: Paul Snow Memorial Attendance: 8628 Kickoff time: 2:00 pm End of Game: 5:00 pm Total elapsed time: 3:00 Officials: Referee: Tony Backert; Umpire: Steve Joest; Linesman: David Seewer; Line judge: Jeff Irwin; Back judge: Steve Hendley; Field judge: Rod Whittier; Side judge: Kirk Paitsel; Temperature: 72 Wind: 3-5 N Weather: Sunny & Clearn

Jacksonville State • • • • 41 Tennessee Tech • • • • • 17 Nov 08, 2008 at Cookeville, Tenn.

COOKEVILLE, Tenn. – Ronald Murray scored three touchdowns, all in the third quarter, to lead Jacksonville State to a 41-17 win over Tennessee Tech in an Ohio Valley Conference game Saturday afternoon. The Gamecocks improved to 7-3 overall and 5-2 in the OVC, while Tennessee Tech falls to 3-8 overall and just 1-6 in the conference. “We came into this game with a focus and I thought we executed as well as we have all season,” said JSU head coach Jack Crowe. “Anytime we can hold an opponent to less than 100 rushing yards and rush for more than 200 yards, that’s who we think we are.” Jax State rolled up 486 yards of total offense, including 221 yards on the ground behind Daniel Jackson’s 107 rushing yards. Ryan Perrilloux finished with 252 yards and a pair of touchdowns through the air and added 25 rushing yards for the Gamecocks. The JSU defense held Tech to just 94 rushing yards, marking the fifth straight year the Gamecocks have held TTU to less than 100 yards on the ground. The Golden Eagles managed just 284 yards of offense. The Gamecocks scored first after Carnell Clark recovered a Tech fumble at the TTU 39 yard line early in the first quarter. Six plays later, Jackson score on a 24-yard run over right guard and Gavin Hallford kicked the point after as JSU took a 7-0 lead with 6:17 remaining. Tennessee Tech answered by taking the ensuing kickoff and going 52 yards in eight plays. Josh Lowery tossed a 14-yard touchdown pass to Tim Benford to tie the game with 2:22 left in the first quarter. Jax State battled back to take the lead midway through the second quarter after marching 83 yards in eight plays. Perrilloux connected with Dupree on an eight-yard touchdown pass with 6:41 left as the Gamecocks took a 13-7 lead. Tennessee Tech added a 28-yard field goal with just :43 left in the second quarter by Kraemer to cut the lead to 13-10 at the half. “We talked about coming out in the second half and finishing the game and I thought we did that,” added Crowe. “We have a very high third down conversion percentage and I credit that to the execution of our quarterback and the play calling by Ronnie Letson.” The Gamecocks put the game out of reach by scoring three straight touchdowns on every possession of the third quarter. Murray scored


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on runs of six yards, and a pair of two-yard runs as the Gamecocks built a 34-10 lead at the end of the third quarter. It was the first time a JSU player scored three touchdowns in a quarter since Marcus Mitchell in 2001. Perrilloux connected with Jeffery Cameron on a 29-yard touchdown pass with 8:31 left in the fourth quarter for the final margin. Cameron finished the game with five catches for 77 yards to lead the receiving corps for nine different Gamecock receivers. Junior Josh Cain led the Gamecock defense with 11 tackles and one interception.

02:22 TTU

2nd 06:41 JSU 00:43 TTU

3rd 11:46 JSU 08:54 JSU

01:37 JSU

4th 11:59 TTU

08:31 JSU

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Score 41 Record: (7-3,5-2) 17 Record: (3-8,1-6)

RECEIVING: Jacksonville State-Maurice Dupree 6-61; Jeffery Cameron 5-77; James Wilkerson 3-25; Eric Johns 2-27; Ronald Murray 2-12; Deonte Carter 1-36; William LaRay 1-13; Cory Freeman 1-9; Brandon George 1-5. Tennessee Tech-HUDSON,

2 7 10

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Record: (8-3,5-2) Record: (8-3,6-2)

JACKSONVILLE – Freshman Calvin Middleton’s three-yard touchdown run with 13 seconds to play erased a one-point deficit and lifted the Jacksonville State football team to a 26-21 win over No. 18 Tennessee State on Senior Day Saturday at Paul Snow Stadium. Middleton’s second touchdown run of the day capped an 84-yard game winning drive that took 14 plays and 5:25 seconds. It gave the Gamecocks (8-3, 6-2 Ohio Valley Conference) their second win over a ranked foe this season and secured a second-place tie in the OVC standings. They improve to 4-1 against the Tigers (8-3, 5-2 OVC) in teh all-time series. JSU finished the season with a 5-0 record at Paul Snow Stadium, just the second time since 1992 the Gamecocks have posted a perfect home record. It was also the first time JSU defeated more than one ranked opponent in a season since moving to Division I prior to the 1993 season. Jacksonville State had 293 yards of total offense on the day, 174 on the ground and 119 passing. Senior Daniel Jackson rushed for 105 yards on 17 carries, marking his third straight 100-yard performance and the sixth of his career. Junior Ryan Perrilloux completed 13-of-21 passes for 119 yards and rushed for 50 yards on 11 attempts. Tennessee State struck first with 5:42 left in the first quarter when Antonio Heffner hooked up with JuJuan Stillman for a 63-yard touchdown pass to give the Tigers a 7-0 lead. The Tigers appeared poised to add to their lead late in the first quarter, but Eric Benson’s 30-yard field goal attempt was blocked by JSU’s T.J. Heath and scooped up by Andrew Ridgeway, who raced 72-yards for the touchdown. Gavin Hallford added the PAT to tie the game at 7-7 with 1:25 left in the first quarter. Tennessee State pushed the lead to 14-7 early in the second quarter after Dante Thomas scored on a one-yard run, a score that was set up by Marquez Hall’s interception of a Perrilloux pass. Despite having just 47 yards of total offense before starting the ensuing drive, the Gamecocks took the possession 74 yards in seven plays to tie the game at 14-14. Middleton capped the drive with the oneyard run and Hallford added the extra-point with 1:31 left in the first half. The Jax State defense held and forced a Tennessee State punt and Perrilloux marched the Gamecocks down to the Tigers 30-yard line to set up a 48-yard field goal by Hallford. The senior’s career-long field goal sailed through the uprights as time expired and gave the Gamecocks a 17-14 lead at the half.

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PASSING: Jacksonville State-Ryan Perrilloux 21-32-1-252; Marques Ivory 1-2-0-13. Tennessee Tech-LOWERY, Josh 19-34-1-191; SWEENEY, Lee 1-2-0-minus 1.

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RUSHING: Jacksonville State-Daniel Jackson 16-107; Calvin Middleton 4-37; Brandon George 7-28; Ronald Murray 6-26; Ryan Perrilloux 8-25; Marques Ivory 1-minus 2. Tennessee Tech-GAY, Dontey 5-37; WATERS, Derrian 5-20; WILKERSON, Cedr 8-17; HUDSON, Tremain 7-12; LOWERY, Josh 4-9; TEAM 1-0; WALLACE, Mauric 1-minus 1.

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TTU 19 31-94 190 36-20-1 67-284 0-0 1--6 5-125 1-0 5-45.8 3-1 7-33 29:39 7 of 15 1 of 1 2-3 0-0

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Daniel Jackson 24 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 6-39 1:38, JSU 7 - TTU 0 BENFORD, Tim 14 yd pass from LOWERY, Josh (KRAEMER, Justin kick), 8-52 3:45, JSU 7 - TTU 7 Maurice Dupree 8 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick failed), 8-83 3:27, JSU 13 - TTU 7 KRAEMER, Justin 28 yd field goal, 14-49 5:58, JSU 13 - TTU 10 Ronald Murray 6 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 10-63 3:06, JSU 20 - TTU 10 Ronald Murray 2 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 5-61 1:46, JSU 27 - TTU 10 Ronald Murray 2 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 12-80 4:49, JSU 34 - TTU 10 HUDSON, Tremain 21 yd pass from LOWERY, Josh (KRAEMER, Justin kick), 13-80 4:38, JSU 34 - TTU 17 Jeffery Cameron 29 yd pass from Ryan Perrilloux (Gavin Hallford kick), 8-65 3:20, JSU 41 - TTU 17

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FUMBLES: Jacksonville State-None. Tennessee Tech-HUDSON, Tremain 1-0; ROBINSON, Anton 1-1; OLVERSON, Alden 1-0.

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INTERCEPTIONS: Jacksonville State-Josh Cain 1-15. Tennessee Tech-REED, Corey 1-0.

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Lowery finished 19-for-34 for 191 yards and a pair of touchdowns to lead Tennessee Tech’s offense, while Benford was the leading receiver with 67 yards on six catches.

Tremain 8-61; BENFORD, Tim 6-67; ROBINSON, Anton 2-29; WALLACE, Mauric 2-21; WILKERSON, Cedr 2-12.


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Hallford began the second half’s scoring with a 36-yard field goal to extend the Gamecock lead to 20-14 with 8:58 left in the third quarter. The All-American kicker finished the game with 311 career points, adding to his JSU record and moving him into second on the OVC’s career scoring list. The kick was the 50th successful field goal of the Phenix City, Ala., native’s career. Tennessee State took the lead early in the fourth quarter, when a Thomas fumble rolled into the endzone, where Brandon Belvin fell on it for tthe touchdown. Benson’s point after gave the Tigers a 21-20 lead with 11:35 to play. After two possession changes, the Gamecocks took over on their own 16-yard line with 5:38 remaining and mounted the game winning drive. Tennessee State totaled 347 yards on the afternoon, 177 rushing and 170 passing. Heffner had 225 yards of total offense, completing 11-of23 passes for 170 yard and a touchdown and rushing 17 times for 55 yards. Junior linebacker Alexander Henderson led JSU with 14 tackles, the third time in teh last four games the Mobile, Ala., native has recorded double figures in tackles. He also ran his season total to 103 tackles, making him the first JSU player to record 100 tackles in a season since Natarsha James had 111 in 2000. Scoring Summary: 1st 05:42 TSU

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SPILLMAN,JaJuan 63 yd pass from HEFFNER,Antonio (BENSON,Eric kick), 4-89 1:27, TSU 7 - JSU 0 Andrew Ridgeway 72 yd blocked FG return (Gavin Hallford kick), , TSU 7 - JSU 7 THOMAS,Dante’ 1 yd run (BENSON,Eric kick), 4-14 1:57, TSU 14 - JSU 7 Calvin Middleton 1 yd run (Gavin Hallford kick), 7-74 1:44, TSU 14 - JSU 14 Gavin Hallford 48 yd field goal, 5-30 0:26, TSU 14 - JSU 17 Gavin Hallford 36 yd field goal, 10-33 4:12, TSU 14 - JSU 20 BELVIN,Brandon 0 yd fumble recovery (BENSON,Eric kick), 10-73 3:42, TSU 21 - JSU 20 Calvin Middleton 3 yd run (Ryan Perrilloux pass failed), 14-84 5:25, TSU 21 - JSU 26

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

TSU 20 50-177 170 23-11-0 73-347 0-0 1-42 4-57 1-18 7-33.7 3-0 7-46 35:39 7 of 17 0 of 0 2-5 1-8

JSU 16 36-174 119 22-13-1 58-293 0-0 5--5 4-106 0-0 6-39.2 4-2 4-30 24:21 6 of 13 0 of 0 3-3 5-34

RUSHING: Tennessee State-HEFFNER,Antonio 17-55; SPILLMAN,JaJuan 5-53; BROWN,Preston 9-36; THOMAS,Dante’ 15-36; BLEDSOE,Kevin 1-2; EVANS,Ronald 2-1; Team 1-minus 4; JACKSON,Javier 0-minus 2; BELVIN,Brandon 0-0. Jacksonville State-Daniel Jackson 17-105; Ryan Perrilloux 11-50; Calvin Middleton 6-20; Jeffery Cameron 1-4; TEAM 1-minus 5. PASSING: Tennessee State-HEFFNER,Antonio 11-23-0-170. Jacksonville State-Ryan Perrilloux 13-21-1-119; TEAM 0-1-0-0.

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RECEIVING: Tennessee State-SPILLMAN,JaJuan 6-104; JOHNSON,Chris 3-55; BELVIN,Brandon 1-13; EVANS,Ronald 1-minus 2. Jacksonville State-Jeffery Cameron 5-46; Calvin Middleton 3-13; Daniel Jackson 2-11; James Wilkerson 1-39; John Whiddon 1-6; Maurice Dupree 1-4. INTERCEPTIONS: Tennessee State-HALL,Marquez 1-18. Jacksonville State-None. FUMBLES: Tennessee State-HEFFNER,Antonio 1-0; THOMAS,Dante’ 1-0; Team 1-0. Jacksonville State-Ryan Perrilloux 2-1; TEAM 1-0; Maurice Dupree 1-1. Stadium: Paul Snow Memorial Attendance: 7956 Kickoff time: 2:00 pm End of Game: 5:18 pm Total elapsed time: 3:18 Officials: Referee: Ken Switzer; Umpire: Shawn Wortman; Linesman: Chris Barney; Line judge: Roy Woods; Back judge: Greg Brey; Field judge: Steve Horn; Side judge: Tom Weber; Temperature: 48 Wind: 10-15 W Weather: Windy & Cloudy


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FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty

223 108 104 11

198 87 101 10

2007 2295 288 415 4.8 182.5 23

1727 1984 257 389 4.4 157.0 20

RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing

OPP 54-2088 38.7 33.0

29:22

30:38

3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct

67/144 47%

64/164 39%

4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct

5/9 56%

8/21 38%

19-119

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MISC YARDS

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7-9

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ON-SIDE KICKS

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TIME OF POSSESSION/Game

SACKS BY-Yards

RED-ZONE SCORES

40-887

53-996

PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards

23-207

13-111

11-96

13-170

KICK RETURN AVERAGE

22.2

18.8

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE

9.0

8.5

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INT RETURN AVERAGE

PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game

13.1

17-8

27-9

66-590 53.6

62-461 41.9

44-46 96% 25-29 86%

ATTENDANCE 56406 Games/Avg Per Game 5/11281 Neutral Site Games

79245 6/13208 0/0

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Total Jacksonville State 83 110 81 75 349 Opponents 51 78 41 69 239

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RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS 33-41 80% 20-40 50%

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3899 738 5.3 354.5

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4489 727 6.2 408.1

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TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game

38-41 93% 25-40 63%

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2482 2172 312-195-13 349-194-11 8.0 6.2 12.7 11.2 225.6 197.5 22 10

JSU 54-1878 34.8 31.2

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2008 REVIEW: Final Individual Statistics RUSHING Daniel Jackson Ryan Perrilloux Brandon George Tramayne Coger Alphonso Freeney Ronald Murray Calvin Middleton Drec Lindley Maurice Dupree Jeffery Cameron Marques Ivory John Whiddon James Wilkerson TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

G 10 11 10 4 10 8 7 3 11 11 4 10 10 7 11 11

Att 128 117 32 30 29 21 16 21 4 3 6 1 1 6 415 389

PASSING Ryan Perrilloux Marques Ivory John Whiddon TEAM Daniel Jackson Total.......... Opponents......

G 11 4 10 7 10 11 11

Effic 140.88 202.23 740.80 0.00 0.00 144.26 111.02

Gain 842 570 213 192 169 91 75 80 26 14 17 4 0 2 2295 1984

Loss 27 202 7 5 0 0 0 7 0 4 8 0 7 21 288 257

Net 815 368 206 187 169 91 75 73 26 10 9 4 -7 -19 2007 1727

Avg 6.4 3.1 6.4 6.2 5.8 4.3 4.7 3.5 6.5 3.3 1.5 4.0 -7.0 -3.2 4.8 4.4

TD 3 7 2 1 2 5 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23 20

Long 55 35 59 39 45 20 27 13 11 10 13 4 0 2 59 85

Avg/G 81.5 33.5 20.6 46.8 16.9 11.4 10.7 24.3 2.4 0.9 2.2 0.4 -0.7 -2.7 182.5 157.0

Att-Cmp-Int 187-297-13 7-12-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 195-312-13 194-349-11

Pct 63.0 58.3 100.0 0.0 0.0 62.5 55.6

Yds 2318 127 37 0 0 2482 2172

TD 19 2 1 0 0 22 10

Lng 66 75 37 0 0 75 63

Avg/G 210.7 31.8 3.7 0.0 0.0 225.6 197.5

PUNT RETURNS No. Maurice Dupree 17 John Whiddon 5 James Shaw 1 Total.......... 23 Opponents...... 13

Yds 193 14 0 207 111

Avg 11.4 2.8 0.0 9.0 8.5

TD 0 0 0 0 1

Long 39 20 0 39 42

KICK RETURNS No. Maurice Dupree 19 James Shaw 11 Alphonso Freeney 6 Jeffery Cameron 2 John Whiddon 1 Cory Freeman 1 Total.......... 40 Opponents...... 53

Yds 537 212 86 28 11 13 887 996

Avg 28.3 19.3 14.3 14.0 11.0 13.0 22.2 18.8

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Long 99 38 22 16 11 13 99 77

FUMBLE RETURNS No. Carnell Clark 2 Andrew Ridgeway 0 Total.......... 2 Opponents...... 0

Yds 2 0 2 0

Avg 1.0 0.0 1.0 0.0

TD 0 1 1 0

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|——— PATs ———| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Maurice Dupree 11 0-0 0-0 0-0 Gavin Hallford 0 7-9 44-46 0-0 Ryan Perrilloux 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 Ronald Murray 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 Eric Johns 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 Daniel Jackson 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 Calvin Middleton 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 James Wilkerson 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 Alphonso Freeney 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 Jeffery Cameron 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 Brandon George 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 Andrew Ridgeway 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 Tramayne Coger 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 Deonte Carter 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 TEAM 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Carnell Clark 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Total.......... 47 7-9 44-46 0-0 Opponents...... 31 8-18 25-29 0-1

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RECEIVING Maurice Dupree James Wilkerson Jeffery Cameron Daniel Jackson Eric Johns Deonte Carter John Whiddon Anthony Jones Ronald Murray Alphonso Freeney William LaRay Justin Howard Brandon George Calvin Middleton Cory Freeman Tramayne Coger Total.......... Opponents......

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

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

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

G 11 10 11 10 10 10 10 11 8 10 7 10 10 7 10 4 11 11

Points 66 65 42 30 30 18 18 18 18 12 12 6 6 6 2 0 349 239

No. 49 32 23 20 18 11 9 6 6 6 3 3 3 3 2 1 195 194

Yds 799 516 297 148 188 146 142 72 48 23 25 22 22 13 10 11 2482 2172

Avg 16.3 16.1 12.9 7.4 10.4 13.3 15.8 12.0 8.0 3.8 8.3 7.3 7.3 4.3 5.0 11.0 12.7 11.2

TD 10 3 2 0 5 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 10

Long Avg/G 66 72.6 66 51.6 43 27.0 25 14.8 27 18.8 36 14.6 75 14.2 21 6.5 11 6.0 6 2.3 13 3.6 17 2.2 14 2.2 7 1.9 9 1.0 11 2.8 75 225.6 63 197.5


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Yds 1841 37 0 1878 2088

Avg 36.1 18.5 0.0 34.8 38.7

FIELD GOALS FGM-A Pct Gavin Hallford 7-9 77.8

Retn Net YdLn 2 2 1 5 996 37.6 32 3 887 35.8 34

TB 4 0 0 4 5

FC 16 0 0 16 15

I20 15 1 0 16 14

20-29 30-39 1-1 4-5

40-49 2-2

50-99 0-1

KOR 537 0 0 0 28 86 0 212 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 887 996

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 41 0 0 0 21 17 14 0 3 0 96 170

Blkd 1 0 0 1 1 Lg 48

Tot 1555 963 509 368 335 278 228 212 198 188 171 146 139 88 73 72 41 25 23 22 21 17 14 9 3 -19 5679 5176

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FG SEQUENCE JSU OPPONENTS Georgia Tech - 38,52 Alabama A&M (20) (26),(38) Chattanooga (35),50 (43) Eastern Illinois - (27) SE Missouri State (37) (46) Eastern Kentucky - 49,(46),43 Murray State (45) 29 UT Martin (31) 45,30 Austin Peay - (22) Tennessee Tech 30 (28) Tennessee State (48),(36) 30,39,27 Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

Avg/G 141.4 96.3 50.9 33.5 30.5 27.8 22.8 19.3 49.5 18.8 17.1 14.6 17.4 12.6 24.3 6.5 3.7 3.6 2.3 2.2 1.9 1.5 1.3 2.2 0.3 -2.7 516.3 470.5

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PR 193 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 207 111

TD Long 0 2 0 14 0 15 0 0 0 41 0 0 0 21 0 41 0 47

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Rec 799 148 516 0 297 23 22 0 11 188 142 146 48 13 0 72 0 25 10 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 2482 2172

Avg 1.0 7.0 8.5 0.0 41.0 0.0 21.0 8.7 13.1

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Rush 26 815 -7 368 10 169 206 0 187 0 4 0 91 75 73 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 -19 2007 1727

Yds 3 14 17 0 41 0 21 96 170

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ALL PURPOSE Maurice Dupree Daniel Jackson James Wilkerson Ryan Perrilloux Jeffery Cameron Alphonso Freeney Brandon George James Shaw Tramayne Coger Eric Johns John Whiddon Deonte Carter Ronald Murray Calvin Middleton Drec Lindley Anthony Jones T.J. Heath William LaRay Cory Freeman Justin Howard Michael Owens Josh Cain Carnell Clark Marques Ivory A.J. Davis TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

Long 53 31 0 53 66

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INTERCEPTIONS A.J. Davis Carnell Clark Josh Cain Jawaan Booker T.J. Heath Kenny Walker Michael Owens Total.......... Opponents......

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No. 51 2 1 54 54

Yds Avg TB 2047 58.5 2 996 52.4 3 458 45.8 0 3501 54.7 5 2742 56.0 5

Total Avg/G 2686 244.2 815 81.5 206 20.6 187 46.8 169 16.9 136 34.0 91 11.4 75 10.7 73 24.3 41 4.1 26 2.4 10 0.9 -7 -0.7 -19 -2.7 4489 408.1 3899 354.5

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PUNTING Zach Walden Gavin Hallford TEAM Total.......... Opponents......

35 19 10 64 49

Pass 2318 0 0 0 0 127 0 0 0 37 0 0 0 0 2482 2172

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KICKOFFS Gavin Hallford Al Chamanzad Zach Walden Total.......... Opponents......

Plays 414 129 32 30 29 18 21 16 21 2 4 3 1 7 727 738

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Opponent at Georgia Tech ALABAMA A&M at Chattanooga at Eastern Illinois SE MISSOURI STATE at Eastern Kentucky MURRAY STATE at UT Martin AUSTIN PEAY at Tennessee Tech TENNESSEE STATE Totals pponent O Games played: 11 Kick ret avg: 22.2

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Opponent at Georgia Tech ALABAMA A&M at Chattanooga at Eastern Illinois SE MISSOURI STATE at Eastern Kentucky MURRAY STATE at UT Martin AUSTIN PEAY at Tennessee Tech TENNESSEE STATE otals T Opponent

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|---RUSHING---| |---RECEIVING----| |--------PASSING--------| No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD Lg Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD 31 122 0 15 22 136 2 19 22-37-2 136 2 38 213 3 37 16 247 3 75 16-24-0 247 3 48 322 2 39 13 159 2 37 13-26-0 159 2 41 201 2 45 20 281 1 66 20-25-2 281 1 42 206 1 59 17 250 3 45 17-25-1 250 3 33 80 4 12 21 304 1 59 21-41-5 304 1 36 93 0 21 18 189 4 39 18-20-0 189 4 35 179 2 55 14 261 2 66 14-29-0 261 2 33 196 3 23 19 271 2 40 19-29-1 271 2 42 221 4 39 22 265 2 36 22-34-1 265 2 36 174 2 23 13 119 0 39 13-22-1 119 0 415 2007 23 59 195 2482 22 75 195-312-13 389 1727 20 85 194 2172 10 63 194-349-11 Avg per rush: 4.8 Punt ret avg: 9.0

381 399 780 72.0-255 409 386 795 65.0-289

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Pass Blkd | Kicks--XPTS-| Brk Kick Att-Made Run Rcv Saf 1 0 2-2 0 0 0 5 0 6-6 0 0 0 3 0 4-4 0 0 0 3 0 3-3 0 0 1 3 0 5-5 0 0 0 3 1 5-5 0 0 0 5 1 4-4 0 0 0 3 0 4-3 0 0 0 8 1 5-5 0 0 0 5 0 6-5 0 0 0 3 2 2-2 0 0 0 42 25

5 46-44 2 29-25

|----FIELD GOALS----| |------KICKOFFS------| TB FC 50+ I20 Att-Made Lg BlkdNo 0 3 0 0 0-0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 1-1 20 0 8 1 3 0 2 2-1 35 1 6 1 2 1 0 0-0 0 0 4 0 1 0 1 1-1 37 0 7 0 0 1 2 0-0 0 0 6 1 3 0 4 1-1 45 0 6 0 2 0 2 1-1 31 0 7 1 1 0 0 0-0 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 1-0 0 0 7 0 1 0 3 2-2 48 0 5 4 5

23 207 13 111

All Purp 258 460 481 482 456 384 282 440 467 486 293

Pass efficiency: 122.26 Total offense avg/gm: 408.1

|--SACKS--| |-FUMBLE-| No-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds QBH 2.0-5 1 2-0 0-0 0 0.0-0 0 2-0 0-0 1 3.0-33 0 0-0 5-25 0 1.0-6 1 1-1 1-0 2 3.0-15 2 1-0 1-14 3 1.0-1 1 0-0 1-41 4 0.0-0 1 1-0 1-1 5 2.0-17 0 0-0 0-0 0 0.0-0 1 1-0 1-0 3 2.0-8 2 1-1 1-15 0 5.0-34 1 0-0 0-0 4

|--------------PUNTING-------------| No Yds Avg Long Blkd 6 178 29.7 42 0 3 111 37.0 44 0 7 242 34.6 43 0 4 128 32.0 51 1 5 173 34.6 46 0 4 162 40.5 53 0 7 266 38.0 49 0 5 141 28.2 45 0 4 152 38.0 45 0 3 90 30.0 36 0 6 235 39.2 45 0 1878 2088

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Avg per catch: 12.7 All purpose avg/game: 516.3

|----------TACKLES----------| Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds 35 22 57 5.0-9 35 39 74 6.0-27 36 6 42 7.0-46 26 32 58 5.0-14 35 34 69 9.0-24 35 48 83 4.0-7 55 20 75 6.0-14 35 38 73 7.0-31 31 58 89 5.0-10 24 52 76 7.0-16 34 50 84 11.0-57

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|-----KICK RET-------| Lg No Yds TD Lg No 19 7 128 0 21 0 75 4 52 0 17 0 37 1 22 0 22 2 66 1 16 0 16 2 45 2 122 1 99 4 59 5 116 0 38 1 39 4 91 0 33 3 66 4 65 0 32 1 40 5 89 0 32 3 36 3 80 0 34 2 39 4 106 0 44 5

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at Chattanooga (Sep 20, 2008) at Chattanooga (Sep 20, 2008) at Chattanooga (Sep 20, 2008) at Eastern Kentucky (Oct 11, 2008) at Tennessee Tech (Nov 08, 2008) at Eastern Kentucky (Oct 11, 2008) at Georgia Tech (Aug 28, 2008) at Tennessee Tech (Nov 08, 2008) at Eastern Kentucky (Oct 11, 2008) at Eastern Illinois (Sep 27, 2008) vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) at Tennessee Tech (Nov 08, 2008) at Tennessee Tech (Nov 08, 2008) vs Austin Peay (Nov 01, 2008) vs Alabama A&M (Sep 06, 2008) vs Tennessee State (Nov 15, 2008) at Tennessee Tech (Nov 08, 2008) vs SE Missouri State (Oct 04, 2008) vs SE Missouri State (Oct 04, 2008) at Eastern Kentucky (Oct 11, 2008) at Chattanooga (Sep 20, 2008)

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Rushes 48 Yards Rushing 322 Yards Per Rush 6.7 TD Rushes 4 Pass attempts 41 Pass completions 22 Yards Passing 304 Yards Per Pass 11.2 TD Passes 4 Total Plays 76 Total Offense 486 Yards Per Play 7.5 Points 45 Sacks By 5 First Downs 27 Penalties 12 Penalty Yards 115 Turnovers 5 Interceptions By 5

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Ryan Perrilloux at Georgia Tech (Aug 28, 2008) Tramayne Coger at Chattanooga (Sep 20, 2008) Ronald Murray at Tennessee Tech (Nov 08, 2008) Brandon George vs SE Missouri State (Oct 04, 2008) Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Kentucky (Oct 11, 2008) Ryan Perrilloux at Georgia Tech (Aug 28, 2008) Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Kentucky (Oct 11, 2008) Ryan Perrilloux vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) Marques Ivory vs Alabama A&M (Sep 06, 2008) Maurice Dupree at Georgia Tech (Aug 28, 2008) Maurice Dupree at Eastern Kentucky (Oct 11, 2008) Maurice Dupree at Georgia Tech (Aug 28, 2008) Eric Johns vs Alabama A&M (Sep 06, 2008) Maurice Dupree at Chattanooga (Sep 20, 2008) Maurice Dupree vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) John Whiddon vs Alabama A&M (Sep 06, 2008) Gavin Hallford vs Tennessee State (Nov 15, 2008) Gavin Hallford vs Tennessee State (Nov 15, 2008) Zach Walden at Chattanooga (Sep 20, 2008) Zach Walden vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) Zach Walden at Eastern Kentucky (Oct 11, 2008) Zach Walden at Eastern Kentucky (Oct 11, 2008) Maurice Dupree vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) Maurice Dupree vs SE Missouri State (Oct 04, 2008) Alexander Henderson vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) Alexander Henderson at UT Martin (Oct 23, 2008) Jamison Wadley vs Tennessee State (Nov 15, 2008) Monte’ Lewis at Chattanooga (Sep 20, 2008) Marquise Elston at Eastern Illinois (Sep 27, 2008) Jamison Wadley vs SE Missouri State (Oct 04, 2008) Morrell Jones vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) Alexander Henderson vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) Morrell Jones at Tennessee Tech (Nov 08, 2008) T.J. Heath vs Tennessee State (Nov 15, 2008) Jamison Wadley vs Tennessee State (Nov 15, 2008) A.J. Davis at Chattanooga (Sep 20, 2008)

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Rushes 18 Yards Rushing 123 TD Rushes 3 Long Rush 59 Pass attempts 41 Pass completions 22 Yards Passing 304 TD Passes 4 Long Pass 75 Receptions 9 Yards Receiving 161 TD Receptions 2 Long Reception 75 Field Goals 2 Long Field Goal 48 Punts 7 Punting Avg 43.7 Long Punt 53 Long Punt Return 39 Long Kickoff Return 99 Tackles 21 Sacks 2.0 Tackles For Loss 2.0 Interceptions 2

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Rushes 25 Yards Rushing 117 TD Rushes 2 Long Rush 85 Pass attempts 42 Pass completions 24 Yards Passing 275 TD Passes 2 Long Pass 63 Receptions 9 Yards Receiving 116 TD Receptions 2 Long Reception 63 Field Goals 2 Long Field Goal 46 Punts 7 Punting Avg 51.0 Long Punt 66 Long Punt Return 42 Long Kickoff Return 77 Tackles 15 Sacks 2.0 Tackles For Loss 3.0 Interceptions 2

WHITE, Ryan, vs Austin Peay (Nov 01, 2008) BARNES, at UT Martin (Oct 23, 2008) Dwyer, J., at Georgia Tech (Aug 28, 2008) Nesbitt, J., at Georgia Tech (Aug 28, 2008) WALKER, C.J., at Eastern Kentucky (Oct 11, 2008) THOMAS, at UT Martin (Oct 23, 2008) EHRHARDT,Jeff, vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) EHRHARDT,Jeff, vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) THOMPSON, at UT Martin (Oct 23, 2008) THOMPSON, at UT Martin (Oct 23, 2008) CAFFEE, Trent, vs Austin Peay (Nov 01, 2008) LOWERY, Josh, at Tennessee Tech (Nov 08, 2008) HEFFNER,Antonio, vs Tennessee State (Nov 15, 2008) Clint Woods, at Chattanooga (Sep 20, 2008) DAVIS, Shannon, at Eastern Kentucky (Oct 11, 2008) HICKS, at UT Martin (Oct 23, 2008) LYLE, Jeff, vs Austin Peay (Nov 01, 2008) SPILLMAN,JaJuan, vs Tennessee State (Nov 15, 2008) LICEA,Jeremy, vs Alabama A&M (Sep 06, 2008) SPADA, Doug, vs SE Missouri State (Oct 04, 2008) LONG, Taylor, at Eastern Kentucky (Oct 11, 2008) Mike Hammons, at Chattanooga (Sep 20, 2008) CISNEROS,Taylor, vs Tennessee State (Nov 15, 2008) Blair, S., at Georgia Tech (Aug 28, 2008) CAMPBELL, Nick, at Tennessee Tech (Nov 08, 2008) JOHNSON,Chris, vs Tennessee State (Nov 15, 2008) HOLT, Terrence, vs Austin Peay (Nov 01, 2008) WILLIAMS,Nathan, vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) WILLIAMS,Nathan, vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) LANE,Austen, vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) LANE,Austen, vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) Burnett, M., at Georgia Tech (Aug 28, 2008) GATHOF, Brandon, at Eastern Kentucky (Oct 11, 2008)

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Rushes 50 Yards Rushing 349 Yards Per Rush 7.6 TD Rushes 6 Pass attempts 43 Pass completions 24 Yards Passing 311 Yards Per Pass 11.5 TD Passes 2 Total Plays 79 Total Offense 493 Yards Per Play 7.9 Points 41 Sacks By 6 First Downs 21 Penalties 8 Penalty Yards 70 Turnovers 5 Interceptions By 5

vs Tennessee State (Nov 15, 2008) at Georgia Tech (Aug 28, 2008) at Georgia Tech (Aug 28, 2008) at Georgia Tech (Aug 28, 2008) vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) vs SE Missouri State (Oct 04, 2008) at UT Martin (Oct 23, 2008) vs SE Missouri State (Oct 04, 2008) at UT Martin (Oct 23, 2008) vs Austin Peay (Nov 01, 2008) at Tennessee Tech (Nov 08, 2008) vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) at UT Martin (Oct 23, 2008) at Georgia Tech (Aug 28, 2008) at Georgia Tech (Aug 28, 2008) vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) vs Alabama A&M (Sep 06, 2008) vs Murray State (Oct 18, 2008) at UT Martin (Oct 23, 2008) vs Austin Peay (Nov 01, 2008) at Eastern Illinois (Sep 27, 2008) at Georgia Tech (Aug 28, 2008) at Chattanooga (Sep 20, 2008) at Eastern Kentucky (Oct 11, 2008


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2 1 1 1 . . . . 2 1 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . 10 5

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1.0-3 . 1.0-8 2-14 1.0-2 . . 1-41 . 3-3 0.5-6 . . 2-17 1.0-6 1-0 2.5-20 . 1.5-6 . . . 5.0-32 . . 1-0 1.0-6 . 1.0-5 . . . 1.5-12 . 2.0-13 . . . . 1-21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-119 11-96 23-172 13-170

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6.5-22 3.0-16 8.5-23 2.0-4 2.5-7 2.0-9 1.5-3 1.5-8 6.0-25 5.5-21 3.0-4 8.0-42 2.0-5 4.5-18 4.5-11 . 4.0-16 5.0-18 0.5-0 . . . . . 0.5-1 . 1.0-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72-255 -

|--Fumbles--| Blkd BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds

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48 55 103 35 31 66 26 32 58 25 17 42 27 14 41 15 26 41 16 21 37 16 19 35 17 17 34 17 15 32 15 16 31 13 17 30 18 8 26 12 13 25 9 14 23 10 10 20 9 9 18 8 10 18 1 11 12 5 6 11 4 7 11 2 7 9 3 4 7 5 1 6 2 3 5 4 1 5 3 1 4 . 4 4 1 3 4 2 1 3 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 . 2 1 . 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 381 399 780 - - -

|-Sacks-| |----Pass Def----| TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds

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10 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 11 11 11 10 11 11 9 9 10 11 6 11 11 10 10 9 4 4 7 11 11 11 10 9 11 8 11 10 10 5 7 10 1 10 7 4 11 11

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45 Alexander Henderson 26 Carnell Clark 43 Morrell Jones 15 T.J. Heath 20 A.J. Davis 34 Andrew Ridgeway 13 Josh Cain 16 Kenny Walker 92 Brandt Thomas 3 Jared Stewart 54 Antonio Bonner 93 Jamison Wadley 2 Jawaan Booker 9 Marquise Elston 90 Monte’ Lewis 23 James Shaw 63 Duane Tolbert 31 Santez Mays 58 Micheal Ellis 30 Michael Owens 48 Rylee Zalanka 35 Brenton Davenport 39 Eric Russell 22 Brandon George 91 Brett Gloyd 36 Jason Horton 49 Ellis Bennett 40 Rod Byrd 97 Antron Hart 6 Jeffery Cameron 1 Anthony Jones 41 Gavin Hallford 5 James Wilkerson 64 Reggie Wade 61 Brandon Rogers 25 Ronald Murray 11 Ryan Perrilloux 7 John Whiddon 4 Daniel Jackson 89 Al Chamanzad TM TEAM 44 Cory Freeman 38 Juan Finley 46 Alphonso Freeney 74 Justin Kay 32 Tramayne Coger Total.......... Opponents......

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL

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INDIVIDUAL GAME

MOST CARRIES 1. 66 at Arkansas State 2. 65 at Eastern Illinois 3. 64 Knoxville College 4. 63 Eastern Kentucky 5. 62 North Carolina A&T 6. 60 Emporia State 60 West Georgia 60 at Eastern Kentucky 9. 58 at Samford 10. 57 Western Illinois

Sep 22, 2001 Nov 13, 2004 Sep 30, 1995 Sep 27, 2003 Sep 23, 1995 Sep 04, 2004 Sep 09, 1995 Sep 25, 2004 Nov 08, 2003 Nov 11, 1995

MOST NET YARDS RUSHING 1. 453 Samford 2. 451 Knoxville College 3. 444 UT-Martin 4. 358 Tennessee State 5. 353 Cumberland Univ. 6. 347 at Samford 7. 346 North Carolina A&T 8. 332 Northwestern State 9. 324 at Arkansas State 10. 322 at Chattanooga

Nov 06, 2004 Sep 30, 1995 Oct 11, 2003 Oct 16, 2004 Aug 30, 2001 Nov 08, 2003 Sep 23, 1995 Nov 04, 2000 Sep 22, 2001 Sep 20, 2008

HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH (20 rushes) 1. 10.1 Cumberland Univ. Aug 30, 2001 2. 8.2 Samford Nov 06, 2004 8.2 UT-Martin Oct 11, 2003 4. 7.5 Nicholls State Sep 25, 1999 7.5 Union Sep 17, 1999 6. 7.4 Tennessee Tech Oct 27, 2005 7. 7.3 Tennessee Tech Nov 03, 2001 8. 7.2 Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 9. 7.0 Knoxville College Sep 30, 1995 10. 6.9 Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 MOST RUSHING TDS SCORED 1. 8 Cumberland Univ. 2. 6 Samford 6 at Samford 6 at Austin Peay 6 Tennessee State 6 Union 6 at Chattanooga 6 Knoxville College 9. 5 Southeast Missouri 5 Murray State 5 at Tennessee-Martin 5 Southeast Missouri 5 Eastern Kentucky

55 carries 64 carries 54 carries 50 carries 35 carries 58 carries 62 carries 49 carries 66 carries 48 carries 35-353 55-453 54-444 20-150 42-314 32-237 34-248 50-358 64-451 41-283

Aug 30, 2001 Nov 06, 2004 Nov 08, 2003 Oct 11, 2007 Oct 16, 2004 Sep 17, 1999 Sep 18, 2004 Sep 30, 1995 Nov 20, 2004 Oct 05, 2006 Oct 09, 2004 Sep 16, 2006 Sep 27, 2003

TEAM (SEASON) RUSHING YARDS 1. 3857 (703-3857) 2. 3797 (788-3797) 3. 3496 (695-3496) 4. 3477 (807-3477) 5. 3213 (661-3213) 6. 2905 (573-2905) 7. 2891 (695-2891) 8. 2863 (550-2863) 9. 2715 (602-2715) 10. 2708 (600-2708)

1991 1992 1988 1989 1990 2003 1974 2004 1970 1994

RUSHING ATTEMPTS 1. 807 (807-3477) 2. 788 (788-3797) 3. 758 (758-2560) 4. 703 (703-3857) 5. 695 (695-3496) 695 (695-2891) 7. 661 (661-3213) 8. 602 (602-2715) 9. 601 (601-2653) 10. 600 (600-2708)

1989 1992 1977 1991 1988 1974 1990 1970 1995 1994

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RUSHING TDS 1. 43 1991 2. 41 2004 3. 40 1988 4. 38 1992 5. 37 1989 6. 31 1990 31 2003 8. 29 1970 29 1982 10. 28 2005 28 1994 28 1986

THE Record BOOK / RUSHING

INDIVIDUAL (SEASON)

MOST NET YARDS RUSHING 1. 298 Kory Chapman UT-Martin Oct 11, 2003 2. 224 Rondy Rogers Northwestern State Nov 04, 2000 3. 199 Rondy Rogers Tennessee Tech Nov 03, 2001 4. 186 Oscar Bonds Samford Nov 06, 2004 5. 179 Rondy Rogers #22 Southwest Texas Oct 20, 2001 6. 175 Oscar Bonds Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 175 Kory Champman Tennessee Tech Oct 25, 2003 8. 172 Rondy Rogers at Arkansas State Sep 22, 2001 9. 167 Rondy Rogers at #23 Stephen F Austin Oct 13, 2001 10. 163 Clay Green Tennessee Tech Oct 27, 2005 163 Clay Green at Chattanooga Nov 04, 2006

29 carries 29 carries 22 carries 14 carries 18 carries 20 carries 23 carries 32 carries 32 carries 10 carries 22 carries

HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER RUSH (10 carries) 1. 16.3 Clay Green Tennessee Tech Oct 27, 2005 2. 13.3 Oscar Bonds Samford Nov 06, 2004 3. 13.2 Rondy Rogers Cumberland Univ. Aug 30, 2001 4. 12.8 Oscar Bonds Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 5. 11.1 Oscar Bonds at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 6. 10.4 Brandon George SE Missouri State Oct 04, 2008 7. 10.3 Kory Chapman UT-Martin Oct 11, 2003 8. 10.1 Daniel Jackson Austin Peay Nov 01, 2008 9. 9.9 Rogers, Rondy #22 Southwest Texas Oct 20, 2001 10. 9.7 Oscar Bonds at Furman Nov 27, 2004

10-163 14-186 10-132 10-128 10-111 11-114 29-298 11-111 18-179 12-116

MOST RUSHING TDS SCORED 1. 4 Cedric Johnson at Austin Peay Oct 11, 2007 2. 3 Oscar Bonds at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 3 Oscar Bonds at Eastern Kentucky Sep 25, 2004 3 Clay Green Murray State Oct 05, 2006 3 Clay Green Southeast Missouri Sep 16, 2006 3 Maurice Mullins at Samford Nov 08, 2003 3 Ronald Murray at Tennessee Tech Nov 08, 2008 3 Mitchell, Marcu Cumberland Univ. Aug 30, 2001 3 Rogers, Rondy at #23 Stephen F Austin Oct 13, 2001 10. 2 Calvin Middleton Tennessee State Nov 15, 2008 LONGEST RUSH FROM SCRIMMAGE 1. 81 Clay Green Tennessee Tech Oct 27, 2005 2. 80 Joey Hamilton Alabama A&M Sep 04, 1999 3. 79 Oscar Bonds Samford Nov 06, 2004 4. 77 Oscar Bonds Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 5. 74 Rondy Rogers #22 Southwest Texas Oct 20, 2001 6. 69 Cedric Johnson at Austin Peay Oct 11, 2007 7. 67 Oscar Bonds Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 8. 66 Daniel Jackson Eastern Kentucky Sep 22, 2007 9. 63 Marcus Mitchell Cumberland Univ. Aug 30, 2001 10. 62 Herman Bell Union Sep 17, 1999 MOST CONSECUTIVE 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES 1. 7 Clay Green 2005 2. 4 Oscar Bonds 2004 4 Rondy Rogers 2001

AVERAGE YARDS/RUSH 1. 5.49 (703-3857) 1991 2. 5.35 (466-2491) 2001 3. 5.21 (550-2863) 2004 4. 5.07 (573-2905) 2003 5. 5.03 (695-3496) 1988 6. 4.99 (450-2247) 1973 7. 4.92 (394-1939) 2000 8. 4.86 (661-3213) 1990 9. 4.84 (415-2007) 2008 10. 4.82 (788-3797) 1992 RUSHING YARDS/GAME 1. 260.3 (11 games) 2004 2. 246.2 (11 games) 1994 3. 242.1 (12 games) 2003 4. 241.2 (11 games) 1995 5. 226.5 (11 games) 2001 6. 215.3 (11 games) 2005 7. 193.9 (10 games) 2000 8. 182.5 (11 games) 2008 9. 170.9 (10 games) 1996 10. 169.5 (11 games) 2006

Rondy Rogers

RUSHING YARDS 1. 1417 Rondy Rogers 2. 1352 Clay Green 3. 1293 Boyce Callahan 4. 1285 Kory Chapman 5. 1263 Oscar Bonds 6. 1087 Boyce Callahan 7. 1083 Clay Green 8. 1081 Terry Thomas 9. 1051 Bill Nichols 10. 1030 Reginald Goodloe

(212-1417) (223-1352) (300-1293) (212-1285) (203-1263) (228-1087) (242-1083) (220-1081) (0-1051) (189-1030)

2001 2005 1970 2003 2004 1972 2006 1988 1958 -1982

RUSHING ATTEMPTS 1. 300 Boyce Callahan 2. 242 Clay Green 3. 228 Boyce Callahan 4. 223 Clay Green 5. 220 Terry Thomas 6. 212 Rondy Rogers 212 Kory Chapman 8. 207 Boyce Callahan 9. 203 Oscar Bbonds 10. 199 Doc Lett

(300-1293) (242-1083) (228-1087) (223-1352) (220-1081) (212-1417) (212-1285) (207-905) (203-1263) (199-157)

1970 2006 1972 2005 1988 2001 2003 1971 2004 1969

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. 19 Oscar Bonds 2. 16 David Gulledge 16 David Gulledge 4. 15 Clay Green 5. 14 Walter Broughton 6. 13 Rondy Rogers 13 Nicki Edmondson 13 Reginald Goodloe 13 David Gulledge 10. 12 Mike Hobson

2004 1988 1989 2006 1982 2001 1991 1982 1990 1975

AVERAGE YARDS/RUSH (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 11.35 Shawn Johnson (20-227) 2. 9.69 Derrick Griffie (35-339) 3. 8.41 Ralph Johnson (29-244) 4. 8.28 Shawn Johnson (71-588) 5. 8.15 Danny Lee (72-587) 6. 8.12 Carlow James (42-341) 7. 7.74 Roger Bell (38-294) 8. 7.55 Demetric Thomas (22-166) 9. 7.46 Eric Powell (46-343)

1988 1991 1988 1990 1991 2000 2000 1995 1994

RUSHING YARDS/GAME (minimum 5 games) 1. 128.8 Rondy Rogers (11 games) 2. 122.9 Clay Green (11 games) 3. 114.8 Oscar Bonds (11 games) 4. 107.1 Kory Chapman (12 games) 5. 98.5 Clay Green (11 games) 6. 82.5 Rondy Rogers (10 games) 7. 81.5 Daniel Jackson (10 games) 8. 70.2 Rondy Rogers (11 games) 9. 63.6 Jermelle Pruitt (11 games) 10. 59.7 Amel Jackson (11 games)

2001 2005 2004 2003 2006 2000 2008 2002 1994 1995


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL THE Record BOOK / Rushing

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. 48 David Gulledge 2. 40 Boyce Callahan 3. 33 Clay Green 4. 28 Rondy Rogers 5. 26 Walter Broughton 26 Terry Thomas 7. 22 Reginald Goodloe 22 Oscar Bonds 9. 21 Bubba Long 10. 20 Chuck Robinson 20 Mike Hobson

1987-90 1970-73 2003-06 1999-02 1980-83 1985-88 1980-83 2003-04 1966-69 1991-94 1971-75

Boyce Callahan

60 109 107 143 115 133 300 207 228 165 182 137 153 148 111 125 162 151 189 192 113 81 133 117 220 153 169 188 184 130 157 153 120 61 108 129 171

Kory Chapman vs UT-Martin on Oct. 11, 2003 (29 car.) Boyce Callahan vs North Alabama in 1970 Rondy Rogers vs Northwestern State, Nov. 4, 2000 (29 car.) Boyce Callahan vs Florida A&M, Orange Blossom Classic (32 car.) Boyce Callahan vs UT-Martin, Oct. 10, 1970 (22 car.) Carey Chandler at Livinston, Nov. 30, 1974 (38 car.)

100-YARD RUSHERS (FCS) 298 224 199 184 179 175 175 167 164 163 163 162 150 144 141 135 134 133 132 132 131 131 130 128 128 126 125 123 122 121 120 120 119 115 114 114 114 113 111 111 111 111 111 111 110 108 108 107 105 105 104 104 103 103 102 101 100 100

Kory Chapman (29 car.) vs UT-Martin on Oct. 11, 2003 Rondy Rogers (29 car.) vs Northwestern State, Nov. 4, 2000 Rondy Rogers (22 car.) vs Tennessee Tech, Nov. 3, 2001 Oscar Bonds (14 car.) vs Samford, Nov. 6, 2004 Rondy Rogers (18 car.) vs Southwest Texas State, Oct. 20, 2001 Oscar Bonds (20 car.) vs Tennessee State, Oct. 16, 2004 Kory Chapman (23 car.) vs Tennessee Tech, Oct. 25, 2003 Rondy Rogers (32 car.) at Stephen F. Austin, Oct. 13, 2001 Montressa Kirby (24 car.) at Northeast Louisiana, Nov. 16, 1996 Clay Green (10 car.) vs Tennessee Tech, Oct. 28, 2005 Clay Green (22 car.) at Chattanooga, Nov. 4, 2006 Kory Chapman (28 car.) at Murray State on Oct. 4, 2003 Oscar Bonds (31 car.) vs Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 25, 2004 Clay Green (21. car.) vs Eastern Kentucky, Oct. 1, 2005 Clay Green (20 car.) vs UT-Martin, Oct. 15, 2005 Clay Green (28 car.) vs Eastern Illinois, Nov. 19, 2005 Rondy Rogers (19 car.) vs Samford, Sept. 21, 2000 Oscar Bonds (18 car.) vs Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 27, 2003 Clay Green (24 car.) vs Murray State, Oct. 8, 2005 Rondy Rogers (10 car.) vs Cumberland University, Aug. 30, 2001 Tywone Dyson (24 car.) vs Alabama A&M, Sept. 5, 1998 Clay Green (24 car.) at Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 23, 2006 Demetric Thomas (7 car.) vs Knoxville College, Sept. 30, 1995 Oscar Bonds (10 car.) vs Southeast Missouri State, Nov. 20, 2004 Michael Daies (22 car.) vs Samford, Oct. 17, 1998 Clay Green (22 car.) at Southeast Missouri, Sept. 23, 2005 Clay Green (18 car.) at Tennessee State, Oct. 22, 2005 Tremayne Coger (16 car.) at Chattanooga, Sept. 20, 2008 Daniel Jackson (15 car.) vs Alabama A&M, Sept. 6, 2008 Rondy Rogers (21 car.) at Georgia Southern, Nov. 16, 2002 Clay Green (17 car.) Southeast Missouri State, Sept. 16, 2006 Amel Jackson (20 car.) vs Sam Houston State, Sept. 2, 1995 Herman Bell (30 car.) vs Southwest Texas State, Nov. 14, 1998 Clay Green (24 car.) at Samford, Nov. 12, 2005 Brandon George (11 car.) vs Southeast Missouri, Oct. 4, 2008 Roger Bell (8 car.) vs Stephen F. Austin, Oct. 26, 2000 Carlow James (5 car.) at Southwest Texas State, Oct. 21, 2000 Rondy Rogers (23 car.) vs Samford, Oct. 5, 2002 Daniel Jackson vs (11 car.) Austin Peay, Nov. 1, 2008 Daniel Jackson (17 car.) at Chattanooga, Sept. 20, 2008 Clay Green (24 car.) vs #2 Furman, Sept. 1, 2005 Oscar Bonds (27 car.) at Eastern Illinois, Nov. 13, 2004 Oscar Bonds (10 car.) at UT-Chattanooga, Sept. 18, 2004 Gabe Walton (18 car.) vs Troy State, Oct. 26, 1996 Clay Green (22 car.) vs Samford, Nov. 11, 2006 Rondy Rogers (24 car.) vs #11 McNeese State, Nov. 24, 2001 Kory Chapman (15 car.) at Alabama A&M, Aug. 30, 2003 Daniel Jackson (16 car.) at Tennessee Tech, Nov. 8, 2008 Daniel Jackson (17 car.) vs Tennessee State, Nov. 15, 2008 Clay Green (14 car.) vs Murray State, Oct. 5, 2006 Amel Jackson (19 car.) vs Northeast Louisiana, Nov. 16, 1996 Kory Chapman (17 car.) at Samford, Nov. 8, 2003 Daniel Jackson (12 car.) at Samford, Nov. 3, 2007 Marcus Mitchell (7 car.) vs Cumberland University, Aug. 30, 2001 Marcus Mitchell (12 car.) at Samford, Nov. 8, 2003 Maurice Mullins (9 car.) at Tennessee State, Oct. 18, 2003 Kory Chapman (11 car.) vs Eastern Illinois, Nov. 15, 2003 Cedric Johnson (14 car.) vs Eastern Illinois, Nov. 10, 2007

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2000-YARD CAREER RUSHERS 4237 Boyce Callahan (900-4237) 3143 Rondy Rogers (599-3143) 3034 Clay Green (334-1951) 2628 Reginald Goodloe (532-2628) 2389 David Gulledge (539-2389) 2334 Terry Thomas (497-2334) 2109 Bubba Long (498-2109) 2070 Sean Richardson (462-2070)

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RUSHING YARDS/GAME (minimum 5 games) 1. 207.0 Sean Richardson (10 games) 2. 90.0 Derrick Griffie (9 games) 3. 85.3 Oscar Bonds (19 games) 4. 75.8 Chuck Robinson (21 games) 5. 74.8 Rondy Rogers (42 games) 6. 72.5 Kory Chapman (22 games) 7. 70.6 Clay Green (43 games) 8. 62.4 Jermelle Pruitt (21 games) 9. 58.5 Eric Powell (17 games) 10. 49.3 Tywone Dyson (9 games)

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Player John Williams John Williams Terry Hodges John Krochina John Krochina Virgil Holder Virgil Holder Al Woodham Phillip Smith Billy Hicks Jerry Duke Bill Nichols Wayne Keahey Bill Kinzy Arland Carter Arland Carter Ray Vinson Bill Mills Robert Kelly Bubba Long Bubba Long Bubba Long Bubba Long Boyce Callahan Boyce Callahan Boyce Callahan Boyce Callahan Corey Chandler Mike Hobson Ken Kovacevich Pat Clements Pat Clements Wayne McCoy Cedric Brownlee Reginald Goodloe Reginald Goodloe Reginald Goodloe Hank Williams Monte Coats Terry Thomas Terry Thomas Terry Thomas David Gulledge Terence Bowens Nicki Edmondson Sean Richardson Sean Richardson Jermelle Pruitt Amel Jackson Amel Jackson Michael Daies Tywone Dyson Reggie Stancil Rondy Rogers

212 183 212 203 223 242 130 128

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RUSHING ATTEMPTS 1. 900 Boyce Callahan (900-4237) 2. 599 Rondy Rogers (599-3143) 3. 576 Clay Green (576-3034) 4. 539 David Gulledge (539-2389) 5. 532 Reginald Goodloe (532-2628) 6. 511 Doc Lett (511-255) 7. 498 Bubba Long (498-2109) 8. 497 Terry Thomas (497-2334) 9. 462 Sean Richardson (462-2070) 10. 458 Terence Bowens (458-1941)

Year 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

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RUSHING YARDS 1. 4237 Boyce Callahan (900-4237) 2. 3143 Rondy Rogers (599-3143) 3. 3034 Clay Green (576-3034) 4. 2628 Reginald Goodloe (532-2628) 5. 2389 David Gulledge (539-2389) 6. 2334 Terry Thomas (497-2334) 7. 2109 Bubba Long (498-2109) 8. 2070 Sean Richardson (462-2070) 9. 1941 Terence Bowens (458-1941) 10. 1839 Daniel Jackson (369-1839)

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Sep 25, 1999 Sep 06, 1997 Nov 13, 1999 Sep 15, 2007 Oct 11, 2008 Nov 21, 1998 Sep 22, 2007 Nov 15, 1997 Aug 28, 2008 Sep 13, 2003

MOST PASSES COMPLETED 1. 31 Nicholls State 2. 24 at Memphis 3. 23 Southwest Texas 23 Troy State 5. 22 at Georgia Tech 22 at Tennessee Tech 22 Georgia Southern 22 Eastern Kentucky 9. 21 at Eastern Kentucky 21 at UAB

Sep 25, 1999 Sep 15, 2007 Nov 15, 1997 Nov 21, 1998 Aug 28, 2008 Nov 08, 2008 Nov 13, 1999 Sep 22, 2007 Oct 11, 2008 Sep 17, 2005

HIGHEST PERCENTAGE PASSES COMPLETED (10 passes) 1. 90.0 Murray State Oct 18, 2008 18-20 2. 80.0 at Eastern Illinois Sep 27, 2008 20-25 3. 73.7 Samford Nov 11, 2006 14-19 4. 73.3 at Eastern Kentucky Sep 30, 2006 11-15 5. 72.4 at UAB Sep 17, 2005 21-29 6. 70.6 at Tennessee State Oct 18, 2003 12-17 70.6 Southeast Missouri Sep 16, 2006 12-17 70.6 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 12-17 9. 70.0 at Austin Peay Oct 11, 2007 14-20 10. 68.2 Chattanooga Sep 08, 2007 15-22 MOST PASSING YARDS 1. 456 Nicholls State 2. 417 Southwest Missouri 3. 373 Southwest Texas 4. 321 Northwestern State 5. 317 Tennessee Tech 6. 307 Nicholls State 7. 304 at Eastern Kentucky 8. 290 Georgia Southern 9. 281 at Eastern Illinois 10. 275 Southeast Missouri

Sep 25, 1999 Sep 06, 1997 Nov 15, 1997 Nov 07, 1998 Nov 03, 2001 Sep 08, 2001 Oct 11, 2008 Nov 13, 1999 Sep 27, 2008 Nov 20, 2004

MOST PASSING YARDS GAINED PER ATTEMPT (10 attempts) 1. 15.9 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 17-271 2. 13.4 Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 17-227 3. 13.3 Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 23-307 4. 11.8 Tennessee Tech Oct 27, 2005 17-201 5. 11.6 at #23 Stephen F Austin Oct 13, 2001 22-255 6. 11.5 Samford Nov 11, 2006 19-218 7. 11.4 Samford Nov 06, 2004 17-193 8. 11.3 Tennessee Tech Nov 03, 2001 28-317 9. 11.2 at Eastern Illinois Sep 27, 2008 25-281 10. 10.5 Samford Oct 17, 1998 25-263 MOST PASSING YARDS GAINED PER COMPLETION (5 completions) 1. 34.8 Sam Houston State Oct 24, 1998 5-174 2. 26.2 Knoxville College Sep 30, 1995 5-131 3. 23.6 Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 13-307 4. 22.6 at Tennessee-Martin Oct 09, 2004 10-226 22.6 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 12-271 6. 20.9 Southwest Missouri Sep 06, 1997 20-417 7. 20.6 Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 11-227 8. 19.8 Tennessee Tech Nov 03, 2001 16-317 9. 19.6 at #23 Stephen F Austin Oct 13, 2001 13-255 10. 19.3 Samford Nov 06, 2004 10-193 MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. 5 Southwest Missouri 5 Nicholls State 3. 4 Murray State 4 Union 5. 3 Northwestern State 3 at #18 Sam Houston St.

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MOST PASSING YARDS 1. 417 Montressa Kirby 2. 345 Montressa Kirby 3. 321 Montressa Kirby 4. 304 Tim Gallahan 304 Ryan Perrilloux 6. 293 Reggie Stancil 7. 281 Ryan Perrilloux 8. 275 Reggie Stancil 9. 271 Ryan Perrilloux 10. 263 Montressa Kirby

MOST PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED 1. 6 McNeese State Sep 27, 1997 2. 5 at Eastern Kentucky Oct 11, 2008 3. 4 #11 McNeese State Nov 24, 2001 4 Nicholls State Sep 25, 1999 5. 3 Eastern Kentucky Oct 01, 2005 3 at McNeese State Oct 19, 2002 3 Tennessee State Oct 21, 2006 3 Troy State Oct 26, 1996 3 Southwest Missouri Sep 06, 1997 3 Middle Tennessee St. Sep 19, 1998 HIGHEST PASSING EFFICIENCY RATING (11 attempts) 1. 262.7 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 2. 235.4 Murray State Oct 18, 2008 3. 204.8 Samford Nov 11, 2006 4. 203.0 Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 5. 196.8 Union Sep 17, 1999 6. 196.3 Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 7. 194.4 Alabama A&M Sep 06, 2008 8. 187.0 at Samford Oct 06, 2001 9. 183.6 SE Missouri State Oct 04, 2008 10. 183.4 Tennessee Tech Oct 27, 2005

INDIVIDUAL GAME MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED 1. 48 Montressa Kirby Southwest Missouri 2. 46 Tim Gallahan Nicholls State 3. 42 Reggie Stancil Georgia Southern 4. 41 Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Kentucky 5. 39 Cedric Johnson at Memphis 6. 38 Montressa Kirby Troy State 7. 37 Cedric Johnson Eastern Kentucky 37 Montressa Kirby Southwest Texas 37 Ryan Perrilloux at Georgia Tech 10. 32 Montressa Kirby Northwestern State 32 Montressa Kirby Nicholls State 32 Anthony Mayo Stephen F. Austin 32 Ryan Perrilloux at Tennessee Tech

Sep 06, 1997 Sep 25, 1999 Nov 13, 1999 Oct 11, 2008 Sep 15, 2007 Nov 21, 1998 Sep 22, 2007 Nov 15, 1997 Aug 28, 2008 Nov 07, 1998 Oct 25, 1997 Oct 26, 2002 Nov 08, 2008

MOST PASSES COMPLETED 1. 23 Cedric Johnson at Memphis 23 Montressa Kirby Troy State 3. 22 Montressa Kirby Southwest Texas 22 Ryan Perrilloux at Georgia Tech 5. 21 Tim Gallahan Nicholls State 21 Maurice Mullins at UAB 21 Ryan Perrilloux at Tennessee Tech 21 Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Kentucky 9. 20 Cedric Johnson Eastern Kentucky 20 Montressa Kirby Southwest Missouri 20 Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Illinois 20 Reggie Stancil Georgia Southern

Sep 15, 2007 Nov 21, 1998 Nov 15, 1997 Aug 28, 2008 Sep 25, 1999 Sep 17, 2005 Nov 08, 2008 Oct 11, 2008 Sep 22, 2007 Sep 06, 1997 Sep 27, 2008 Nov 13, 1999

HIGHEST PERCENTAGE PASSES COMPLETED (10 attempts) 1. 90.0 Ryan Perrilloux Murray State Oct 18, 2008 18-20 2. 80.0 Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Illinois Sep 27, 2008 20-25 3. 76.9 Cedric Johnson at Austin Peay Oct 11, 2007 10-13 4. 73.7 Matt Hardin Samford Nov 11, 2006 14-19 5. 73.3 Tim Gallahan Union Sep 17, 1999 11-15 73.3 Matt Hardin at Eastern Kentucky Sep 30, 2006 11-15 7. 72.7 Ryan Perrilloux SE Missouri State Oct 04, 2008 16-22 8. 72.4 Maurice Mullins at UAB Sep 17, 2005 21-29 9. 71.4 Maurice Mullins Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 10-14 71.4 Reggie Stancil at Samford Oct 06, 2001 10-14 MOST CONSECUTIVE PASSES COMPLETED 1. 13 Ryan Perrilloux Austin Peay Nov. 1, 2008

Southwest Missouri Southwest Texas Northwestern State Nicholls State at Eastern Kentucky Nicholls State at Eastern Illinois Tennessee Tech Austin Peay Samford

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MOST PASSING YARDS GAINED PER ATTEMPT (10 attempts) 1. 15.4 Maurice Mullins at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 12-185 2. 14.3 Maurice Mullins Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 14-200 3. 13.3 Reggie Stancil Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 22-293 4. 12.9 Maurice Mullins Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 14-180 5. 11.9 Maurice Mullins Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 12-143 6. 11.8 Tim Gallahan Union Sep 17, 1999 15-177 7. 11.5 Matt Hardin Samford Nov 11, 2006 19-218 8. 11.2 Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Illinois Sep 27, 2008 25-281 9. 10.9 Ryan Perrilloux SE Missouri State Oct 04, 2008 22-239 10. 10.7 Cedric Johnson at Austin Peay Oct 11, 2007 13-139 MOST PASSING YARDS GAINED PER COMPLETION (5 completions) 1. 34.8 Montressa Kirby Sam Houston State Oct 24, 1998 5-174 2. 24.4 Reggie Stancil Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 12-293 3. 23.1 Maurice Mullins at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 8-185 4. 22.5 Maurice Mullins Samford Nov 06, 2004 6-135 5. 20.9 Montressa Kirby Southwest Missouri Sep 06, 1997 20-417 6. 20.6 Marques Ivory Alabama A&M Sep 06, 2008 5-103 7. 20.4 Maurice Mullins Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 7-143 8. 20.0 Maurice Mullins Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 10-200 9. 19.0 Cedric Johnson at Alabama State Sep 01, 2007 5-95 10. 18.9 Montressa Kirby Northwestern State Nov 07, 1998 17-321 MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. 5 Montressa Kirby Southwest Missouri 2. 4 Tim Gallahan Union College 4 Ryan Perrilloux Murray State 4. 3 Tim Gallahan Nicholls State 3 Matt Hardin at Chattanooga 3 Montressa Kirby Northwestern State 3 Montressa Kirby Western Kentucky 3 Montressa Kirby Sam Houston State 3 Reggie Stancil Nicholls State

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MOST PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED 1. 5 Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Kentucky Oct 11, 2008 2. 4 Tim Gallahan Nicholls State Sep 25, 1999 3. 3 Brooks Barron McNeese State Sep 27, 1997 3 Matt Hardin Tennessee State Oct 21, 2006 3 Montressa Kirby Troy State Oct 26, 1996 3 Montressa Kirby Southwest Missouri Sep 06, 1997 3 Montressa Kirby Middle Tennessee St. Sep 19, 1998 3 Montressa Kirby McNeese State Sep 27, 1997 3 Reggie Stancil #11 McNeese State Nov 24, 2001 3 Reggie Stancil at McNeese State Oct 19, 2002 HIGHEST PASSING EFFICIENCY RATING (10 attempts) 1. 260.5 Tim Gallahan Union Sep 17, 1999 2. 235.4 Ryan Perrilloux Murray State Oct 18, 2008 3. 215.0 Maurice Mullins Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 4. 204.8 Matt Hardin Samford Nov 11, 2006 5. 203.0 Maurice Mullins Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 6. 202.3 Reggie Stancil Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 7. 196.2 Maurice Mullins at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 8. 184.9 Ryan Perrilloux SE Missouri State Oct 04, 2008 9. 180.8 Reggie Stancil at Samford Oct 06, 2001 10. 175.2 Matt Hardin Murray State Oct 05, 2006 LONGEST PASS COMPLETION 1. 93 Montressa Kirby Southwest Missouri Sep 06, 1997 2. 90 Chuck Robinson New Haven Dec. 5, 1992 3. 86 Doc Lett Samford Sep 21, 1968 4. 84 Maurice Mullins Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 84 Chuck Robinson Knoxville College Oct. 1, 1994 6. 82 Montressa Kirby Middle Tennessee St. Sep 19, 1998 82 David Gulledge Troy State Nov. 5, 1988 82 Bobby Ray Green Delaware Nov. 25, 1978 9. 81 Montressa Kirby Northwestern State Nov 07, 1998 10. 80 Richard Drawdy Southeast Missouri Oct. 9, 1965 80 Garey Waiters UT Martin Nov. 2, 1985 80 Reggie Stancil Troy State Nov. 20, 1999


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PASS COMPLETIONS 1. 242 (242-433-15) 2. 221 (221-429-22) 3. 217 (217-368-15) 4. 196 (196-424-18) 5. 195 (195-369-17) 195 (195-312-13) 7. 187 (187-319-15) 8. 178 (178-297-15) 9. 169 (169-320-13) 10. 156 (156-274-9)

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AVERAGE YARDS/PASS 1. 12.3 (49-83-6) 2. 8.7 (128-230-5) 3. 8.4 (129-263-13) 4. 8.0 (195-312-13) 5. 7.9 (98-197-18) 6. 7.9 (57-119-6) 7. 7.5 (187-319-15) 8. 7.5 (69-157-6) 9. 7.5 (178-297-15) 10. 7.4 (67-144-4)

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PASS COMPLETIONS 1. 218 Montressa Kirby 2. 201 Ed Lett 3. 187 Ed Lett 187 Ryan Perrilloux 5. 168 Montressa Kirby 6. 150 David Coffey 7. 141 Ed Lett 8. 138 Bobby Ray Green 138 Reggie Stancil 10. 127 Matt Hardin

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PASSING YARDS 1. 2915 (242-433-15) 2. 2897 (221-429-22) 3. 2665 (217-368-15) 4. 2598 (196-424-18) 5. 2482 (195-312-13) 6. 2404 (187-319-15) 7. 2308 (169-320-13) 8. 2218 (178-297-15) 9. 2214 (129-263-13) 10. 2174 (195-369-17)

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AVERAGE YARDS/COMPLETION 1. 20.9 (49-83-6) 1991 2. 17.2 (129-263-13) 2001 3. 17.0 (69-157-6) 1994 4. 16.4 (57-119-6) 1989 5. 15.9 (67-144-4) 1990 6. 15.9 (125-289-14) 1966 7. 15.8 (98-197-18) 1985 8. 15.7 (128-230-5) 2004 9. 15.6 (58-127-12) 1975 10. 15.2 (88-184-8) 1973

PASSING YARDS 1. 2817 Montressa Kirby 2. 2484 Ed Lett 3. 2318 Ryan Perrilloux 4. 2271 Montressa Kirby 5. 2102 Ed Lett 6. 1969 Ed Lett 7. 1937 David Coffey 8. 1915 Reggie Stancil 9. 1848 Reggie Stancil 10. 1808 Bobby Ray Green

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PASSING TDS 1. 28 2. 25 3. 22 4. 21 5. 20 6. 18 18 18 18 18

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PASSING YARDS/GAME 1. 263.4 (11 games) 2. 236.2 (11 games) 3. 225.6 (11 games) 4. 209.8 (11 games) 5. 201.3 (11 games) 6. 182.4 (11 games) 7. 172.0 (11 games) 8. 158.5 (11 games) 9. 145.1 (11 games) 10. 129.4 (11 games)

PASSING TDS 1. 22 Ed Lett 2. 20 Ed Lett 3. 19 Ryan Perrilloux 4. 18 Ed Lett 5. 17 Ralph Brock 17 Bobby Ray Green 17 Montressa Kirby 8. 15 Richard Drawdy 15 Montressa Kirby 10. 14 Reggie Stancil

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PASS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 64.6 Nicki Edmondson (42-65-3) 2. 63.0 Ryan Perrilloux (187-297-13) 3. 62.3 Maurice Mullins (94-151-4) 4. 61.5 Bobby Ray Green (123-200-9) 5. 60.0 Mike Watts (39-65-4) 6. 59.5 Ed Lett (141-237-9) 7. 58.0 Bobby Ray Green (138-238-11) 8. 57.9 Kirk Patterson (66-114-6) 9. 57.5 David Coffey (150-261-7) 10. 57.1 Cedric Johnson (120-210-5)

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PASS EFFICIENCY (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 214.2 Nicki Edmondson (42-65-3) 2. 166.8 Cecil Blount (10-21-2) 3. 149.5 Ed Lett (141-237-9) 4. 147.8 Anthony Mayo (16-34-3)

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PASS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE 1. 62.5 (195-312-13) 2008 2. 59.9 (178-297-15) 1977 3. 59.0 (49-83-6) 1991 4. 59.0 (217-368-15) 1981 5. 58.6 (187-319-15) 1978 6. 56.9 (156-274-9) 1986 7. 56.0 (153-273-7) 2007 8. 55.9 (242-433-15) 1982 9. 55.7 (128-230-5) 2004 10. 54.4 (129-237-10) 2006

PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED 1. 19 Montressa Kirby (218-418-19) 2. 17 Ed Lett (187-358-17) 3. 14 Ed Lett (201-368-14) 14 Doc Lett (100-194-14) 5. 13 Ryan Perrilloux (187-297-13) 13 David Coffey (116-250-13) 13 Richard Drawdy (77-156-13) 13 Montressa Kirby (168-318-13) 9. 12 Reggie Stancil (138-312-12) 12 Doc Lett (96-218-12) 12 Pat White (46-102-12) 12 Larry Barnes (54-121-12)

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PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED 1. 22 (145-306-22) 1983 22 (221-429-22) 1997 3. 18 (98-197-18) 1985 18 (127-302-18) 1968 18 (90-196-18) 1965 18 (196-424-18) 1999 7. 17 (195-369-17) 1980 8. 15 (187-319-15) 1978 15 (178-297-15) 1977 15 (242-433-15) 1982 15 (217-368-15) 1981

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AVERAGE YARDS PER PASS (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 13.5 Nicki Edmondson (42-65-3) 2. 12.7 Cecil Blount (10-21-2) 3. 9.5 Anthony Mayo (16-34-3) 4. 9.2 Ed Lett (34-64-2) 5. 9.1 Maurice Mullins (94-151-4) 6. 8.3 Ed Lett (141-237-9) 7. 8.2 Matt Hardin (32-71-1) 8. 8.1 Reggie Stancil (112-227-9) 9. 8.1 David Coffey (49-94-6) 10. 7.9 David Gulledge (53-111-6)

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AVERAGE YARDS PER COMPLETION (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 26.8 Richard Drawdy (55-218-10) 1966 2. 26.7 Cecil Blount (10-21-2) 1990 3. 20.8 Nicki Edmondson (42-65-3) 1991 4. 20.1 Anthony Mayo (16-34-3) 2001 5. 18.3 Matt Hardin (32-71-1) 2004 6. 17.8 Bruce Peck (28-67-4) 1966 7. 17.6 Matt Hardin (11-27-1) 2005 8. 17.4 Ed Lett (34-64-2) 1979 9. 16.6 David Gulledge (53-111-6) 1989 10. 16.5 Reggie Stancil (112-227-9) 2001 PASSING YARDS PER GAME (minimum 5 games) 1. 256.1 Montressa Kirby (11 games) 2. 210.7 Ryan Perrilloux (11 games) 3. 206.5 Montressa Kirby (11 games) 4. 174.1 Reggie Stancil (11 games) 5. 168.0 Reggie Stancil (11 games) 6. 157.1 Matt Hardin (11 games) 7. 130.4 Cedric Johnson (11 games) 8. 125.1 Maurice Mullins (11 games) 9. 124.7 Maurice Mullins (11 games) 10. 113.1 Montressa Kirby (10 games)

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PASSING TDS 1. 61 Ed Lett 2. 43 Montressa Kirby 3. 35 Reggie Stancil 4. 29 David Coffey 29 Doc Lett 29 Bobby Ray Green 7. 27 Ralph Brock 8. 26 Richard Drawdy 9. 20 Maurice Mullins 10. 19 Ryan Perrilloux

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PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED 1. 45 Doc Lett (345-750-45) 2. 43 Montressa Kirby (492-966-43) 3. 42 Ed Lett (563-1027-42) 4. 32 David Coffey (367-729-32) 32 Reggie Stancil (377-829-32) 6. 25 Larry Barnes (142-304-25) 7. 23 Richard Drawdy (132-374-23) 8. 20 Mike Watts (189-367-20) 20 Bobby Ray Green (261-438-20) 10. 18 Bruce Peck (120-321-18) PASS COMPLETION PCT (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 63.0 Ryan Perrilloux (187-297-13) 2. 62.3 Nicki Edmondson (43-69-3) 3. 59.6 Bobby Ray Green (261-438-20) 4. 58.3 Kirk Patterson (84-144-10) 5. 57.1 Cedric Johnson (120-210-5) 6. 54.8 Ed Lett (563-1027-42) 7. 53.8 Brian Mintz (21-39-4) 8. 52.8 Tim Gallahan (57-108-6) 9. 52.3 Maurice Mullins (279-533-16) 10. 52.3 Allen Porter (103-197-10)

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PASS EFFICIENCY (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 203.3 Nicki Edmondson (43-69-3) 2. 141.3 Cecil Blount (16-35-3) 3. 140.9 Ryan Perrilloux (187-297-13) 4. 137.0 Bobby Ray Green (261-438-20) 5. 124.7 Ed Lett (563-1027-42) 6. 124.4 Joe Haynie (55-115-0) 7. 120.0 Matt Hardin (202-392-14) 8. 119.2 Cedric Johnson (120-210-5) 9. 117.9 Tim Gallahan (57-108-6) 10. 117.8 Maurice Mullins (279-533-16)

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(563-1027-42) (492-966-43) (377-829-32) (345-750-45) (367-729-32) (279-533-16) (261-438-20) (202-420-14) (186-398-17) (202-392-14)

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AVERAGE YARDS/PASS (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 12.7 Nicki Edmondson (43-69-3) 2. 10.1 Cecil Blount (16-35-3) 3. 7.8 Ryan Perrilloux (187-297-13) 4. 7.7 Bobby Ray Green (261-438-20) 5. 7.6 Corky Gordon (8-24-3) 6. 7.5 Matt Hardin (202-392-14) 7. 7.4 Joe Haynie (55-115-0) 8. 7.1 David Coffey (367-729-32) 9. 7.0 Maurice Mullins (279-533-16) 10. 7.0 David Gulledge (202-420-14)

1988-91 1988-90 2008-A 1977-78 1991-94 2003-07 1964 1983-86 2002-05 1987-90

PASS COMPLETIONS 1. 563 Ed Lett 2. 492 Montressa Kirby 3. 377 Reggie Stancil 4. 367 David Coffey 5. 345 Doc Lett 6. 279 Maurice Mullins 7. 261 Bobby Ray Green 8. 202 Matt Hardin 202 David Gulledge 10. 189 Mike Watts

(563-1027-42) (492-966-43) (377-829-32) (367-729-32) (345-750-45) (279-533-16) (261-438-20) (202-392-14) (202-420-14) (189-367-20)

1979-82 1995-98 1999-02 1983-86 1968-71 2002-05 1977-78 2003-07 1987-90 1977-79

AVERAGE YARDS/COMPLETION (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 22.9 Corky Gordon (8-24-3) 2. 22.0 Cecil Blount (16-35-3) 3. 20.4 Nicki Edmondson (43-69-3) 4. 19.5 Richard Drawdy (132-374-23) 5. 16.0 Bill Henderson (23-68-3) 6. 15.5 Joe Haynie (55-115-0) 7. 15.2 Chuck Robinson (133-344-17) 8. 15.1 Jedarius Isaac (30-95-5) 9. 14.7 Corey Chandler (24-63-3) 10. 14.7 Bruce Peck (120-321-18)

1991-94 1988-90 1988-91 1965-66 1968-69 1964 1991-94 1995-96 1973-74 1964-67

PASSING YARDS 1. 7145 Ed Lett 2. 6587 Montressa Kirby 3. 5182 Reggie Stancil 4. 5145 David Coffey 5. 4625 Doc Lett 6. 3750 Maurice Mullins 7. 3372 Bobby Ray Green 8. 2950 David Gulledge 9. 2939 Matt Hardin 10. 2644 Ralph Brock

(563-1027-42) (492-966-43) (377-829-32) (367-729-32) (345-750-45) (279-533-16) (261-438-20) (202-420-14) (202-392-14) (186-398-17)

1979-82 1995-98 1999-02 1983-86 1968-71 2002-05 1977-78 1987-90 2003-07 1972-73

PASSING YARDS/GAME (minimum 5 games) 1. 210.7 Ryan Perrilloux (11 games) 2. 156.8 Montressa Kirby (42 games) 3. 130.4 Cedric Johnson (11 games) 4. 129.6 Reggie Stancil (40 games) 5. 96.0 Chuck Robinson (21 games) 6. 89.3 Maurice Mullins (42 games) 7. 83.2 Tim Gallahan (8 games) 8. 77.3 Matt Hardin (38 games) 9. 50.4 Anthony Mayo (31 games) 10. 26.7 Jedarius Isaac (17 games)

2008-A 1995-98 2007 1999-02 1991-94 2002-05 1999 2003-07 2001-03 1995-96

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Ed Lett Montressa Kirby Reggie Stancil David Coffey

(563-1027-42) (492-966-43) (377-829-32) (367-729-32)

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Reggie Stancil

Doc Lett

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David Coffey

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115 156 218 189 218 194 148 190 222 176 89 121 94 238 200 183 358 237 368 124 250 94 261 86 101 111 122 65 91 94 147 74 182 418 318 312 199 227 174 173 151 202 233 210

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Yards 241 200 348 228 242 322 210 240 412 256 236 350 389 220 749 347 480 852 1093 1475 1057 1168 1322 1020 1115 1351 1293 506 824 668 1808 1564 1027 2102 1969 2484 804 1644 760 1937 518 754 878 800 875 477 421 1025 396 1131 2817 2271 1915 995 1848 981 991 1376 1372 1728 1434

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Montressa Kirby vs Southwest Missouri, Sept. 6, 1997 Montressa Kirby vs Northwestern State, Nov. 8, 1997 Montressa Kirby vs Middle Tennessee St., Oct. 4, 1997 Montressa Kirby vs Sam Houston State, Sept. 13, 1997 Montressa Kirby vs Southwest Texas, Nov. 15, 1997 Montressa Kirby vs Northwestern State, Nov. 7, 1998 Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Kentucky, Oct. 11, 2008 Tim Gallahan vs Nicholls State, Sept. 25, 1999 Reggie Stancil vs Nicholls State, Sept. 8, 2001 Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Illinois, Sept. Sept. 27, 2008 Montressa Kirby vs Georgia Southern, Sept. 12, 1998 Reggie Stancil vs Tennessee Tech, Nov. 3, 2001 Ryan Perrilloux vs Austin Peay, Nov. 1, 2008 Montressa Kirby vs Samford, Oct. 17, 1998 Ryan Perrilloux at UT Martin, Oct. 23, 2008 Matt Hardin vs Tennessee State, Oct. 21, 2006 Maurice Mullins at UAB, Sept. 17, 2005 Montressa Kirby vs UAB, Sept. 20, 1997 Montressa Kirby vs Stephen F. Austin, Oct. 1, 1998 Reggie Stancil vs Southwest Texas State, Oct. 23, 1999 Ryan Perrilloux at Tennessee Tech, Nov. 8, 2008 Reggie Stancil vs Georgia Southern, Nov. 13, 1999 Cedric Johnson vs Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 22, 2007 Ryan Perrilloux vs Southeast Missouri, Oct. 4, 2008 Reggie Stancil vs Troy State, Nov. 20, 1999 Cedric Johnson vs Tennessee-Martin, Oct. 4, 2007 Montressa Kirby vs Nicholls State, Oct. 25, 1997 Reggie Stancil vs Stephen F. Austin, Oct. 30, 1999 Montressa Kirby vs Middle Tennessee State, Sept. 19, 1998 Matt Hardin vs Samford, Nov. 11, 2006 Cedric Johnson at Memphis, Sept. 15, 2007 Reggie Stancil vs Southwest Texas State, Oct. 20, 2001 Reggie Stancil vs at Stephen F. Austin, Oct. 13, 2001 Reggie Stancil vs at Louisiana-Lafayette, Nov. 11,2000 Reggie Stancil vs Sam Houston State, Oct. 10, 1999

Player Blackie Heath Mickey Washburn Terry Hodges John Krochina John Krochina Joe Dacus Gene Hanson Gene Hanson Freddie Casey Carl Harrison Harold Shankles Harold Shankles Harold Shankles Rayford Talley Arland Carter Arland Carter Ray Vinson Joe Haynie Richard Drawdy Richard Drawdy Bruce Peck Doc Lett Doc Lett Doc Lett Doc Lett Ralph Brock Ralph Brock Larry Barnes Larry Barnes Larry Barnes Bobby Ray Green Bobby Ray Green Mike Watts Ed Lett Ed Lett Ed Lett David Coffey David Coffey David Coffey David Coffey David Gulledge David Gulledge David Gulledge David Gulledge Nicki Edmondson Chuck Robinson Chuck Robinson Chuck Robinson Jedarius Isaac Montressa Kirby Montressa Kirby Montressa Kirby Reggie Stancil Reggie Stancil Reggie Stancil Anthony Mayo Maurice Mullins Maurice Mullins Maurice Mullins Matt Hardin Cedric Johnson Ryan Perrilloux

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417 380 379 354 345 321 304 304 293 281 279 275 271 263 261 261 259 257 254 253 252 249 245 239 237 227 224 224 219 218 214 214 211 205 203

Year 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

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MOST PASSES CAUGHT 1. 31 Nicholls State 2. 24 at Memphis 3. 23 Southwest Texas 23 Troy State 5. 22 at Georgia Tech 22 at Tennessee Tech 22 Georgia Southern 22 Eastern Kentucky 9. 21 at Eastern Kentucky 21 at UAB

Sep 25, 1999 Sep 15, 2007 Nov 15, 1997 Nov 21, 1998 Aug 28, 2008 Nov 08, 2008 Nov 13, 1999 Sep 22, 2007 Oct 11, 2008 Sep 17, 2005

MOST RECEIVING YARDS 1. 456 Nicholls State 2. 417 Southwest Missouri 3. 373 Southwest Texas 4. 321 Northwestern State 5. 317 Tennessee Tech 6. 307 Nicholls State 7. 304 at Eastern Kentucky 8. 290 Georgia Southern 9. 281 at Eastern Illinois 10. 275 Southeast Missouri

Sep 25, 1999 Sep 06, 1997 Nov 15, 1997 Nov 07, 1998 Nov 03, 2001 Sep 08, 2001 Oct 11, 2008 Nov 13, 1999 Sep 27, 2008 Nov 20, 2004

MOST RECEIVING YARDS GAINED PER ATTEMPT (10 attempts) 1. 15.9 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 17-271 2. 13.4 Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 17-227 3. 13.3 Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 23-307 4. 11.8 Tennessee Tech Oct 27, 2005 17-201 5. 11.6 at #23 Stephen F Austin Oct 13, 2001 22-255 6. 11.5 Samford Nov 11, 2006 19-218 7. 11.4 Samford Nov 06, 2004 17-193 8. 11.3 Tennessee Tech Nov 03, 2001 28-317 9. 11.2 at Eastern Illinois Sep 27, 2008 25-281 10. 10.5 Samford Oct 17, 1998 25-263 MOST RECEIVING YARDS GAINED PER COMPLETION (5 completions) 1. 34.8 Sam Houston State Oct 24, 1998 5-174 2. 26.2 Knoxville College Sep 30, 1995 5-131 3. 23.6 Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 13-307 4. 22.6 at Tennessee-Martin Oct 09, 2004 10-226 22.6 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 12-271 6. 20.9 Southwest Missouri Sep 06, 1997 20-417 7. 20.6 Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 11-227 8. 19.8 Tennessee Tech Nov 03, 2001 16-317 9. 19.6 at #23 Stephen F Austin Oct 13, 2001 13-255 10. 19.3 Samford Nov 06, 2004 10-193 MOST TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. 5 Southwest Missouri Sep 06, 1997 5 Nicholls State Sep 25, 1999 3. 4 Murray State Oct 18, 2008 4 Union Sep 17, 1999 5. 3 Northwestern State Nov 07, 1998 3 at #18 Sam Houston St. Nov 10, 2001 3 Southwest Texas Nov 15, 1997 3 SE Missouri State Oct 04, 2008 3 at Samford Oct 06, 2001 3 Western Kentucky Oct 12, 1996 3 Sam Houston State Oct 24, 1998 3 Alabama A&M Sep 06, 2008 3 Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 3 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004

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MOST PASSES CAUGHT 1. 11 Joey Hamilton 2. 9 Ronald Bonner 9 Maurice Dupree 4. 8 Joey Hamilton 8 Patrick Plott 8 Taurean Rhetta 8 James Wilkerson 8. 7 Maurice Dupree 7 Joey Hamilton 7 Joey Hamilton 7 Joey Hamilton 7 Ralph Jenkins 7 Patrick Plott 7 Yeasive Ware

THE Record BOOK / RECEIVING

RECEIVING (SEASON)

Nicholls State Sep 25, 1999 Southwest Texas Nov 15, 1997 at Georgia Tech Aug 28, 2008 SWT Oct 23, 1999 Troy State Nov 21, 1998 at UAB Sep 17, 2005 Austin Peay Nov 01, 2008 at Eastern Kentucky Oct 11, 2008 Troy State Nov 21, 1998 Stephen F. Austin Oct 01, 1998 McNeese State Oct 16, 1999 Stephen F. Austin Oct 26, 2002 Middle Tennessee St. Oct 05, 1996 Nicholls State Sep 25, 1999

MOST YARDS RECEIVING 1. 210 Ronald Bonner Southwest Texas Nov 15, 19979 receptions 2. 161 Maurice Dupree at Eastern Kentucky Oct 11, 20087 receptions 161 Joey Hamilton Nicholls State Sep 25, 199911 receptions 4. 156 Craig Agee Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 20045 receptions 5. 154 Joey Hamilton Samford Oct 17, 19986 receptions 154 Joey Hamilton Southwest Missouri Sep 06, 19975 receptions 7. 140 Joey Hamilton Nicholls State Oct 25, 19975 receptions 140 Ralph Jenkins Tennessee Tech Nov 03, 20015 receptions 9. 138 Ronald Bonner Northwestern State Nov 07, 19986 receptions 10. 137 Patrick Plott Middle Tennessee St. Oct 05, 19967 receptions HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER RECEPTION (3 receptions) 1. 44.7 Ralph Jenkins Nicholls State Sep 08, 20013-134 2. 39.7 Lewis Battle Knoxville College Sep 30, 19953-119 3. 38.0 James Wilkerson Samford Nov 11, 20063-114 4. 31.2 Craig Agee Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 20045-156 5. 31.0 Herman Bell at Louisiana-Lafayette Nov. 11,20003-93 6. 30.8 Joey Hamilton Southwest Missouri Sep 06, 19975-154 7. 30.7 Maurice Dupree SE Missouri State Oct 04, 20083-92 8. 30.0 Craig Agee at Chattanooga Sep 18, 20043-90 9. 29.7 Ronald Bonner Southwest Missouri Sep 06, 19973-89 10. 28.2 Taurean Rhetta Eastern Kentucky Oct 01, 20054-113 MOST TD RECEPTIONS 1. 3 Joey Hamilton 2. 2 Many times

Union College

Sep 17, 1999

LONGEST PASS RECEPTION 1. 93 Joey Hamilton Southwest Missouri Sep 06, 1997 2. 90 Danny Lee New Haven Dec. 5, 1992 3 86 Mike Munhall Samford Sep 21, 1968 4. 84 Craig Agee Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 84 Jason Reynolds Knoxville College Oct. 1, 1994 6. 82 Joey Hamilton Middle Tennessee St. Sep 19, 1998 82 Darrell Sanders Troy State Nov. 5, 1988 82 James Moreen Delaware Nov. 25, 1978 9. 81 Ronald Bonner Northwestern State Nov 07, 1998 10. 80 Lorenzo Banks Troy State Nov. 20, 1999 80 Derrick Thomas UT Martin Nov. 2, 1985 80 Terry Harris Southeast Missouri Oct. 9, 1965 MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A RECEPTION 1. 32 Tauren Rhetta 2. 21 Joey Hamilton

Taurean Rhetta

PASS RECEPTION YARDS 1. 2915 (242-2915) 2. 2898 (221-2898) 3. 2665 (217-2665) 4. 2598 (196-2598) 5. 2482 (195-2482) 6. 2404 (187-2404) 7. 2308 (169-2308) 8. 2218 (178-2218) 9. 2214 (129-2214) 10. 2174 (195-2174)

1982 1997 1981 1999 2008 1978 1998 1977 2001 1980

PASS RECEPTIONS 1. 242 (242-2915) 2. 221 (221-2898) 3. 217 (217-2665) 4. 196 (196-2598) 5. 195 (195-2482) 195 (195-2174) 7. 187 (187-2404) 8. 178 (178-2218) 9. 169 (169-2308) 10. 156 (156-1977)

1982 1997 1981 1999 2008 1980 1978 1977 1998 1986

PASS RECEPTION TDS 1. 28 1981 2. 25 1982 3. 22 2008 4. 21 1977 5. 20 1980 6. 18 1978 18 1999 18 2001 18 1997 18 1973 AVERAGE YARDS/CATCH 1. 20.92 (49-1025) 2. 17.16 (129-2214) 3. 17.04 (69-1176) 4. 16.42 (57-936) 5. 15.93 (67-1067) 6. 15.83 (98-1551) 7. 15.67 (128-2006) 8. 15.60 (58-905) 9. 15.24 (88-1341) 10. 15.15 (40-606)

1991 2001 1994 1989 1990 1985 2004 1975 1973 1992

RECEPTIONS/GAME 1. 20.09 (11 games) 2. 17.82 (11 games) 3. 17.73 (11 games) 4. 15.36 (11 games) 5. 13.91 (11 games) 6. 11.73 (11 games) 11.73 (11 games) 8. 11.64 (11 games) 9. 10.91 (11 games) 10. 10.82 (11 games)

1997 1999 2008 1998 2007 2001 2006 2004 2002 2005

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RECEIVING (SEASON)

RECEIVING (CAREER) 1996-99 1982-85 2000-03 1975-78 1997-98 2004-07 1980-83 1979-82 1981-84 1968-71

PASS RECEPTIONS 1. 62 Ronald Bonner 2. 60 Donald Young 3. 58 Joey Hamilton 4. 53 Butch Barker 5. 50 Joey Hamilton 6. 49 Maurice Dupree 49 Donald Young 8. 45 Joey Hamilton 9. 44 James Morren 10. 40 Butch Barker

(62-1010) (60-748) (58-796) (53-570) (50-943) (49-799) (49-613) (45-710) (44-825) (40-420)

1997 1977 1999 1978 1998 2008 1978 1997 1978 1977

PASS RECEPTIONS 1. 178 Joey Hamilton 2. 125 Donald Young 3. 120 Rusty Fuller 4. 104 Butch Barker 5. 100 Ronald Bonner 6. 98 Ralph Jenkins 7. 92 Anthony Bush 8. 91 Derrick Thomas 91 Taurean Rhetta 91 Fran Blanchard

(178-2903) (125-1650) (120-1500) (104-1180) (100-1639) (98-1738) (92-1012) (91-1976) (91-1586) (91-1223)

1996-99 1975-78 1980-83 1975-78 1997-98 2000-03 1980-82 1982-85 2004-07 1981-84

PASS RECEPTION TDS 1. 10 Maurice Dupree 2. 9 Derrick Thomas 3. 8 Ralph Jenkins 8 Joey Hamilton 8 Rusty Fuller 8 Ronald Bonner 7. 7 Ralph Jenkins 7 Rusty Fuller 7 Joe Hartsfield 7 James Coleman 7 James Morren

2008 1985 2001 1998 1981 1997 2002 1982 1982 1977 1978

PASS RECEPTION TDS 1. 23 Joey Hamilton 2. 18 Derrick Thomas 3. 17 Ralph Jenkins 17 Rusty Fuller 5. 15 Terry Owens 6. 14 Butch Barker 7. 13 Ronald Bonner 8. 12 Derick Whitely 12 Taurean Rhetta 12 Joe Hartsfield

1996-99 1982-85 2000-03 1980-83 1964-65,70-73 1975-78 1997-98 1977,79-80 2004-07 1979-82

Joey Hamilton (178-2903), 1996-99 Derrick Thomas (91-1976), 1982-85 Ralph Jenkins (98-1738), 2000-03 Donald Young (125-1650), 1975-78 Ronald Bonner (100-1639), 1997-98 Taurean Rhetta (91-1586), 2004-07 Rusty Fuller (120-1500), 1980-83

Donald Young

Player Terry Owens Ray Emanuel Bubba Long Terry Harris John Niblett Mike Munhall Bobby Marcum Bobby Marcum Terry Grammer Terry Owens Mike Hobson Terry Grammer Randy Jackson Donald Young Butch Barker Derick Whitely Derick Whitely Rusty Fuller Rusty Fuller Darry Evans Derrick Thomas Derrick Thomas Monte Coats Ronnie Oliver Darrell Sanders Shawn Johnson Henry Ray Henry Ray Tracy Pilot Tracy Pilot Tracy Pilot Patrick Plott Patrick Plott Ronald Bonner Joey Hamilton Joey Hamilton Herman Bell Ralph Jenkins Ralph Jenkins Ralph Jenkins Craig Agee Taurean Rhetta Taurean Rhetta Taurean Rhetta Maurice Dupree

Rec 14 18 34 26 37 34 30 28 27 19 16 12 17 60 53 37 36 39 38 32 28 36 28 17 13 12 13 15 14 16 34 13 39 62 50 58 23 33 32 30 21 29 30 27 49

Yards 140 249 540 448 351 479 614 385 441 348 220 225 201 748 570 619 474 525 427 480 643 823 223 297 315 137 210 401 267 273 558 237 538 1010 943 796 338 759 537 412 518 544 568 363 799

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2,903 1,976 1,738 1,650 1,639 1,586 1,500

Year 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

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1,500-YARD CAREER RECEIVERS

RECEIVING LEADERS YEAR-BY-YEAR

RECORDS

1997 1997 1999 1998 2008 1996 1999 1998 1998 2001

RECEPTIONS PER GAME (minimum 5 games) 1. 4.56 Joey Hamilton (39 games) 1996-99 2. 4.55 Ronald Bonner (22 games) 1997-98 3. 3.56 Yeasive Ware (9 games) 1999 4. 2.97 Patrick Plott (29 games) 1995-96,98 5. 2.73 Jarvis Houston (22 games) 2002,04 6. 2.65 Ralph Jenkins (37 games) 2000-03 7. 2.22 Taurean Rhetta (41 games) 2004-07 8. 2.14 Cedric Allen (36 games) 1997-00 9. 2.09 James Wilkerson (32 games) 2006-08 10. 2.09 Jeffery Cameron (11 games) 2008

Ronald Bonner vs Northwestern State, Nov. 8, 1997 (9 receptions) Ronald Bonner vs Southwest Texas, Nov. 15, 1997 (9 receptions) Lorenzo Banks vs Troy State, Nov. 20, 1999 (5 receptions) Maurice Dupree at Eastern Kentucky, Oct. 11, 2008 (7 receptions) Joey Hamilton vs Nicholls State, Sept. 25, 1999 (11 receptions) Joey Hamilton vs Samford, Oct. 17, 1998 (6 receptions) Joey Hamilton vs Southwest Missouri State, Sept. 6, 1997 (5 receptions) Joey Hamilton vs Nicholls State, Oct. 25, 1997 (5 receptions) Jenkins, Ralph vs Tennessee Tech, Nov. 3, 2001 (5 receptions) Ronald Bonner vs Sam Houston State, Sept. 13, 1997 (12 receptions) Ronald Bonner vs Northwestern State, Nov. 7, 1998 (6 receptions) Patrick Plott vs Middle Tennessee State, Oct. 5, 1996 (7 receptions) Craig Agee vs Southeast Missouri State, Nov. 20, 2004 (5 receptions) Jenkins, Ralph vs at Stephen F. Austin, Oct. 13, 2001 (5 receptions) Jenkins, Ralph vs Nicholls State, Sept. 8, 2001 (3 receptions) Taurean Rhetta at UAB, Sept. 17, 2005 (8 receptions) Joey Hamilton vs Middle Tennessee State, Sept. 19, 1998 (5 receptions) Bowie, Quincy vs Tennessee Tech, Nov. 3, 2001 (6 receptions) Joey Hamilton vs Middle Tennessee State, Oct. 4, 1997 (10 receptions) Joey Hamilton vs Sam Houston State, Sept. 13, 1997 (8 receptions) Joey Hamilton vs SW Missouri State Sept. 28, 1996 (5 receptions) James Wilkerson vs Austin Peay, Nov. 1, 2008 (8 receptions) Ronald Bonner vs Middle Tennessee St. Oct. 4, 1997 (8 receptions) Lewis Battle vs Knoxville College Sept. 30, 1995 (3 receptions) James Wilkerson vs Samford on Nov. 11, 2006 (3 receptions) Taurean Rhetta vs Eastern Kentucky, Oct. 1, 2005 (4 receptions) Joey Hamilton vs Northwestern State Nov. 7, 1998 (5 receptions) Ware,Yeasive vs Georgia Southern Nov. 13, 1999 (6 receptions) Joey Hamilton vs Georgia Southern Sept. 12, 1998 (5 receptions) Joey Hamilton vs Union Sept. 17, 1999 (5 receptions) Joey Hamilton vs UAB Sept. 20, 1997 (8 receptions) Joey Hamilton vs Northwestern State Nov. 6, 1999 (5 receptions) Ronald Bonner vs Nicholls State Sept. 26, 1998 (5 receptions) James Wilkerson vs Tennessee State on Oct. 21, 2006 (5 receptions) Ronald Bonner vs Georgia Southern Sept. 12, 1998 (5 receptions) Joey Hamilton vs Stephen F. Austin Oct. 1, 1998 (7 receptions)

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RECEPTIONS PER GAME (minimum 5 games) 1. 5.64 Ronald Bonner (11 games) 2. 5.62 Joey Hamilton (8 games) 3. 5.27 Joey Hamilton (11 games) 4. 4.55 Joey Hamilton (11 games) 5. 4.45 Maurice Dupree (11 games) 6. 3.90 Patrick Plott (10 games) 7. 3.56 Yeasive Ware (9 games) 8. 3.45 Ronald Bonner (11 games) 9. 3.40 Patrick Plott (10 games) 10. 3.30 Ralph Jenkins (10 games)

247 210 192 161 161 154 154 140 140 139 138 137 136 134 134 129 128 124 124 124 124 123 120 119 114 113 111 108 107 106 103 103 101 100 100 100

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AVERAGE YARDS PER CATCH (minimum 5 receptions) 1. 33.90 Darrell Sanders (10-339) 1989 2. 32.17 Glenn Spann (6-193) 1966 3. 26.73 Henry Ray (15-401) 1991 4. 26.55 Otis Jones (11-292) 1964 5. 24.67 Craig AGEE (21-518) 2004 6. 24.23 Darrell Sanders (13-315) 1988 7. 24.12 Jack Clark (8-193) 1969 8. 23.00 Ralph Jenkins (33-759) 2001 9. 22.96 Derrick Thomas (28-643) 1984 10. 22.86 Derrick Thomas (36-823) 1985

AVERAGE YARDS PER CATCH (minimum 5 receptions) 1. 32.17 Glenn Spann (6-193) 1966-67 2. 26.55 Otis Jones (11-292) 1964 3. 24.12 Jack Clark (8-193) 1969 4. 23.38 Darrell Sanders (45-1052) 1986-89 5. 22.20 Eric Powell (5-111) 1991-94 6. 22.06 Craig AGEE (31-684) 2003-06 7. 21.82 Henry Ray (28-611) 1990-91 8. 21.71 Derrick Thomas (91-1976) 1982-85 9. 21.23 Derrick Harris (22-467) 2005,07 10. 20.70 Danny Lee (27-559) 1990-92

(DIVISION I)

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(178-2903) (91-1976) (98-1738) (125-1650) (100-1639) (91-1586) (120-1500) (83-1452) (91-1223) (78-1191)

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PASS RECEPTION YARDS 1. 2903 Joey Hamilton 2. 1976 Derrick Thomas 3. 1738 Ralph Jenkins 4. 1650 Donald Young 5. 1639 Ronald Bonner 6. 1586 Taurean Rhetta 7. 1500 Rusty Fuller 8. 1452 Joe Hartsfield 9. 1223 Fran Blanchard 10. 1191 Bobby Marcum

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1997 1998 1978 1985 2008 1999 2001 1977 1997 1977

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(62-1010) (50-943) (44-825) (36-823) (49-799) (58-796) (33-759) (60-748) (45-710) (34-699)

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PASS RECEPTION YARDS 1. 1010 Ronald Bonner 2. 943 Joey Hamilton 3. 825 James Morren 4. 823 Derrick Thomas 5. 799 Maurice Dupree 6. 796 Joey Hamilton 7. 759 Ralph Jenkins 8. 748 Donald Young 9. 710 Joey Hamilton 10. 699 James Coleman

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Most total offense plays 1. 56 Montressa Kirby Southwest Missouri Sep 06, 1997 8 rush, 48 pass 56 Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Kentucky Oct 11, 2008 15 rush,41 pass 56 Reggie Stancil Georgia Southern Nov 13, 1999 14 rush,42 pass 4. 55 Ryan Perrilloux at Georgia Tech Aug 28, 2008 18 rush,37 pass 5. 52 Cedric Johnson at Memphis Sep 15, 2007 13 rush,39 pass 6. 48 Reggie Stancil Southwest Texas Oct 23, 1999 17 rush,31 pass 7. 47 Cedric Johnson Eastern Kentucky Sep 22, 2007 10 rush,37 pass 8. 46 Tim Gallahan Nicholls State Sep 25, 1999 0 rush,46 pass 46 Montressa Kirby Stephen F. Austin Oct 01, 1998 17 rush,29 pass 46 Montressa Kirby Nicholls State Oct 25, 1997 14 rush,32 pass

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 1. 4882 (786-4882) 1991 2. 4869 (780-4869) 2004 3. 4778 (1055-4778) 1977 4. 4765 (880-4765) 1982 5. 4705 (729-4705) 2001 6. 4489 (727-4489) 2008 7. 4413 (926-4413) 1989 8. 4403 (895-4403) 1992 9. 4280 (805-4280) 1990 10. 4278 (807-4278) 1988

MOST TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS GAINED 1. 646 Samford Nov 06, 2004 453 rush,193 pass 2. 606 Nicholls State Sep 25, 1999 150 rush,456 pass 3. 590 Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 283 rush,307 pass 4. 585 Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 358 rush,227 pass 5. 582 Knoxville College Sep 30, 1995 451 rush,131 pass 6. 565 Tennessee Tech Nov 03, 2001 248 rush,317 pass 7. 548 Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 273 rush,275 pass 8. 545 at Samford Oct 06, 2001 316 rush,229 pass 9. 532 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 261 rush,271 pass 10. 528 Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 273 rush,255 pass

Most total offense yards gained 1. 433 Montressa Kirby Southwest Missouri Sep 06, 1997 16 rush,417 pass 2. 391 Reggie Stancil Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 98 rush,293 pass 3. 343 Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Kentucky Oct 11, 2008 39 rush,304 pass 4. 340 Montressa Kirby Northwestern State Nov 07, 1998 19 rush,321 pass 5. 336 Montressa Kirby Southwest Texas Nov 15, 1997 -9 rush,345 pass 6. 323 Cedric Johnson Eastern Kentucky Sep 22, 2007 78 rush,245 pass 7. 321 Ryan Perrilloux Austin Peay Nov 01, 2008 50 rush,271 pass 8. 314 Ryan Perrilloux at UT Martin Oct 23, 2008 53 rush,261 pass 9. 307 Montressa Kirby Samford Oct 17, 1998 44 rush,263 pass 10. 305 Montressa Kirby Stephen F. Austin Oct 01, 1998 51 rush,254 pass

TDS RESPONSIBLE FOR 1. 80 2. 72 3. 69 4. 68 68 6. 64 7. 63 8. 59 59 10. 56

HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER PLAY 1. 10.9 Cumberland Univ. Aug 30, 2001 2. 9.2 Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 3. 9.1 Tennessee Tech Nov 03, 2001 4. 9.0 Samford Nov 06, 2004 5. 8.9 Tennessee Tech Oct 27, 2005 6. 8.7 Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 7. 8.3 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 8. 8.2 Union College Sep 17, 1999 9. 8.1 Knoxville College Sep 30, 1995 10. 7.7 Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004

Highest average gain per play (20 plays) 1. 11.1 Cedric Johnson at Austin Peay Oct 11, 2007 21-233 2. 10.8 Matt Hardin Samford Nov 11, 2006 20-216 3. 10.6 Stancil, Reggie Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 37-391 4. 10.3 Kory Chapman UT-Martin Oct 11, 2003 29-298 5. 9.6 Maurice Mullins Samford Nov 06, 2004 20-193 6. 9.4 Maurice Mullins at Tennessee State Oct 18, 2003 20-187 7. 9.3 Montressa Kirby Samford Oct 17, 1998 33-307 8. 9.0 Rondy Rogers Tennessee Tech Nov 03, 2001 22-199 9. 8.8 Stancil, Reggie Tennessee Tech Nov 03, 2001 30-265 8.8 Maurice Mullins Tennessee Tech Oct 27, 2005 23-203

TOTAL OFFENSE PER GAME 1. 442.6 (11 games) 2004 2. 427.7 (11 games) 2001 3. 408.1 (11 games) 2008 4. 360.4 (11 games) 2005 5. 353.1 (11 games) 1994 6. 349.6 (11 games) 1999 7. 348.5 (12 games) 2003 8. 338.5 (11 games) 2007 9. 335.4 (11 games) 1997 10. 328.0 (11 games) 2006

Most all-purpose yards gained 1. 339 Kory Chapman UT-Martin Oct 11, 2003 2. 322 Maurice Dupree at Murray State Sep 28, 2007 3. 274 Maurice Dupree SE Missouri State Oct 04, 2008 4. 268 Clay Green Furman Sep 01, 2005 268 Clay Green Furman Sep 01, 2005 6. 251 Rondy Rogers at #23 Stephen F Austin Oct 13, 2001 7. 248 Maurice Daugherty Stephen F. Austin Oct 26, 2002 8. 235 Clay Green at Eastern Illinois Nov 18, 2006 9. 234 Clay Green Eastern Kentucky Oct 01, 2005 10. 233 Rondy Rogers Northwestern State Nov 04, 2000

TOTAL OFFENSE PER PLAY 1. 14.37 (149-2141) 1964 2. 11.85 (196-2323) 1965 3. 6.45 (729-4705) 2001 4. 6.24 (780-4869) 2004 5. 6.21 (786-4882) 1991 6. 6.17 (727-4489) 2008 7. 5.66 (634-3588) 1973 8. 5.48 (673-3689) 1997 9. 5.41 (880-4765) 1982 10. 5.41 (667-3608) 2006

Most all-purpose attempts 1. 41 Clay Green at Eastern Illinois Nov 18, 2006 2. 36 Rondy Rogers at #23 Stephen F Austin Oct 13, 2001 3. 33 Oscar Bonds at Eastern Kentucky Sep 25, 2004 33 Rondy Rogers at Arkansas State Sep 22, 2001 5. 32 Clay Green Eastern Illinois Nov 19, 2005 6. 31 Kory Chapman UT-Martin Oct 11, 2003 31 Clay Green Tennessee State Oct 21, 2006 8. 30 Clay Green at Tennessee Tech Oct 28, 2006 30 Rondy Rogers Northwestern State Nov 04, 2000 10. 29 Kory Chapman at Murray State Oct 04, 2003 29 Clay Green at Murray State Oct 08, 2005

ALL PURPOSE YARDS 1. 6340 2. 6330 3. 6156 4. 6060 5. 5965 6. 5859 7. 5679 8. 5483 9. 5395 10. 5364

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Nov 13, 2004 65 rush,23 pass Sep 15, 2007 45 rush,43 pass Sep 22, 2001 66 rush,20 pass Sep 25, 1999 20 rush,66 pass Sep 22, 2007 45 rush,39 pass Sep 25, 2004 60 rush,24 pass Oct 01, 2005 50 rush,32 pass Nov 13, 1999 34 rush,46 pass Nov 19, 2005 54 rush,25 pass Sep 27, 2003 63 rush,14 pass

Most all-purpose yards gained 1. 872 Samford Nov 06, 2004 2. 824 Samford Nov 06, 2004 3. 718 Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 4. 709 Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 5. 698 Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 6. 697 Nicholls State Sep 25, 1999 7. 674 at Murray State Sep 28, 2007 8. 673 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 9. 672 SE Missouri State Oct 04, 2008 672 Union Sep 17, 1999 Most all-purpose attempts 1. 83 at Arkansas State 83 at Eastern Kentucky 3. 79 at Eastern Illinois 79 Eastern Kentucky 5. 77 Western Illinois 6. 76 at Memphis 76 Knoxville College 8. 75 at Samford 75 at Austin Peay 75 Emporia State

Sep 22, 2001 Sep 25, 2004 Nov 13, 2004 Sep 27, 2003 Nov 11, 1995 Sep 15, 2007 Sep 30, 1995 Nov 08, 2003 Oct 11, 2007 Sep 04, 2004

Most points scored 1. 72 Cumberland Univ. 2. 68 Union College 3. 67 Samford (Howard) 4. 66 Northeast Louisiana 5. 65 at Chattanooga 6. 64 Liberty 7. 63 Kentucky State 63 UT Martin 63 West Chester 63 South Georgia

Aug 30, 2001 Sep 17, 1999 1955 Nov 2, 1973 Sep 18, 2004 Oct 31, 1981 Nov 14, 1992 Oct 21, 1989 Nov 19, 1988 1954

Most touchdowns scored 1. 10 Cumberland Univ. 10 Union College 3. 9 at Chattanooga 4. 8 at Tennessee-Martin 8 Knoxville College 6. 7 Samford 7 at Samford 7 Samford 7 Southeast Missouri 7 Murray State 7 Tennessee State 7 Eastern Kentucky

Aug 30, 2001 Sep 17, 1999 Sep 18, 2004 Oct 09, 2004 Sep 30, 1995 Nov 06, 2004 Nov 08, 2003 Nov 11, 2006 Nov 20, 2004 Oct 05, 2006 Oct 16, 2004 Sep 27, 2003

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42-456 64-590 62-565 72-646 49-438 67-585 64-532 63-518 72-582 71-548

Most points scored 1. 30 Rondy Rogers 2. 24 Cedric Johnson 3. 18 Oscar Bonds 18 Oscar Bonds 18 Clay Green 18 Clay Green 18 Joey Hamilton 18 Maurice Mullins 18 Ronald Murray 18 Marcus Mitchell

at #23 Stephen F Austin Oct 13, 2001 at Austin Peay Oct 11, 2007 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 at Eastern Kentucky Sep 25, 2004 Murray State Oct 05, 2006 Southeast Missouri Sep 16, 2006 Union College Sep 17, 1999 at Samford Nov 08, 2003 at Tennessee Tech Nov 08, 2008 Cumberland Univ. Aug 30, 2001

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 1. 5 Rondy Rogers at #23 Stephen F Austin Oct 13, 2001 2. 4 Cedric Johnson at Austin Peay Oct 11, 2007 3. 3 Oscar Bonds at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 3 Oscar Bonds at Eastern Kentucky Sep 25, 2004 3 Clay Green Murray State Oct 05, 2006 3 Clay Green Southeast Missouri Sep 16, 2006 3 Joey Hamilton Union College Sep 17, 1999 3 Maurice Mullins at Samford Nov 08, 2003 3 Ronald Murray at Tennessee Tech Nov 08, 2008 3 Marcus Mitchell Cumberland Univ. Aug 30, 2001

1982 1981 2008 1991 2004 2001 1977 1973 1992 1978

1991 1992 2004 2001 1977 1982 2008 2007 2003 1990

ALL PURPOSE YARDS PER GAME 1. 559.6 (11 games) 2004 2. 550.9 (11 games) 2001 3. 516.3 (11 games) 2008 4. 498.5 (11 games) 2007 5. 478.3 (11 games) 2005 6. 469.6 (11 games) 1999 7. 449.6 (12 games) 2003 8. 441.5 (11 games) 1998 9. 439.1 (11 games) 1994 10. 426.8 (11 games) 2006


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1997 2008 1998 1982 1999 2001 1980 1986 1977 1981

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 1. 7688 Montressa Kirby (1392-7688) 1995-98 2. 6774 Ed Lett (1261-6774) 1979-82 3. 6276 Reggie Stancil (1201-6276) 1999-02 4. 5339 David Gulledge (959-5339) 1987-90 5. 5138 Maurice Mullins (813-5138) 2002-05 6. 4920 David Coffey (903-4920) 1983-86 7. 4880 Doc Lett (1261-4880) 1968-71 8. 4237 Boyce Callahan (900-4237) 1970-73 9. 3606 Chuck Robinson (749-3606) 1991-94 10. 3404 Bobby Ray Green (705-3404) 1977-78

TDS RESPONSIBLE FOR 1. 26 Ryan Perrilloux 2. 23 Bobby Ray Green 3. 22 Ralph Brock 22 Ed Lett 22 Montressa Kirby 22 Nicki Edmondson 7. 21 Ed Lett 21 David Gulledge 9. 20 David Gulledge 20 Ed Lett

2008 1977 1973 1982 1998 1991 1981 1988 1989 1980

TDS RESPONSIBLE FOR 1. 65 Ed Lett 2. 61 David Gulledge 3. 57 Montressa Kirby 4. 44 Reggie Stancil 5. 40 Boyce Callahan 6. 38 Doc Lett 38 Maurice Mullins 8. 37 Bobby Ray Green 37 Ralph Brock 10. 36 Clay Green 36 Walter Broughton

1990 2004 1991 1991 1966 1992 1995 1979 2001 1991

80-PLUS OFFENSIVE PLAY GAMES 88 at Eastern Illinois (65 rush, 25 pass), Nov. 13, 2004 86 at Arkansas State (66 rush, 20 pass), Sept. 22, 2001 86 vs Nicholls State (20 rush, 66 pass), Sept. 25, 1999 84 vs Eastern Kentucky (45 rush, 39 pass), Sept. 22, 2007 84 at Eastern Kentucky (60 rush, 24 pass), Sept. 25, 2004 83 vs Southwest Missouri State (58 rush, 25 pass), Nov. 20, 1995 82 vs Eastern Kentucky (50 rush, 32 pass), Oct. 1, 2005 80 vs Georgia Southern (34 rush, 46 pass), Nov. 13, 1999

2005 2003 1992 2006 1991 2001 2008 1982 2004 1970

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ALL PURPOSE YARDS 1. 2048 Clay Green 2. 1863 Kory Chapman 3. 1776 Danny Lee 4. 1712 Clay Green 5. 1702 Danny Lee 6. 1603 Rondy Rogers 7. 1555 Maurice Dupree 8. 1478 Reginald Goodloe 9. 1413 Oscar Bonds 10. 1293 Boyce Callahan

2008-A 1990-93 1995-98 1991-94 2007 1999-02 2002-05 1990-93 2003-04 2003-07

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TOTAL OFFENSE PER PLAY (minimum 50 plays) 1. 8.28 Shawn Johnson (71-588) 2. 8.05 Maurice Mullins (219-1764) 3. 8.04 Danny Lee (73-587) 4. 7.21 Nicki Edmondson (253-1825) 5. 6.88 Bruce Peck (92-633) 6. 6.86 Danny Lee (92-631) 7. 6.84 Anton Whitt (50-342) 8. 6.69 Ed Lett (87-582) 9. 6.65 Rondy Rogers (213-1417) 10. 6.57 Sean Richardson (87-572)

TOTAL OFFENSE PER GAME (minimum 5 games) 1. 244.2 Ryan Perrilloux (11 games) 2. 207.0 Sean Richardson (10 games) 3. 183.0 Montressa Kirby (42 games) 4. 171.7 Chuck Robinson (21 games) 5. 170.1 Cedric Johnson (11 games) 6. 156.9 Reggie Stancil (40 games) 7. 122.3 Maurice Mullins (42 games) 8. 90.0 Derrick Griffie (9 games) 9. 85.3 Oscar Bonds (19 games) 10. 76.0 Matt Hardin (38 games)

ALL PURPOSE YARDS PER GAME (minimum 5 games) 1. 212.5 Sean Richardson (10 games) 1990-93 2. 117.6 Kory Chapman (22 games) 2002-03 3. 116.6 Maurice Daugherty (5 games) 2002 4. 111.9 Clay Green (43 games) 2003-06 5. 100.8 Derrick Griffie (9 games) 1990-93 6. 93.2 Oscar Bonds (19 games) 2003-04 7. 91.6 Rondy Rogers (42 games) 1999-02 8. 87.4 Maurice Dupree (31 games) 2006-08 9. 83.0 Joey Hamilton (39 games) 1996-99 10. 81.9 Eric Powell (17 games) 1991-94

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ALL PURPOSE YARDS PER GAME (minimum 5 games) 1. 186.2 Clay Green (11 games) 2005 2. 155.6 Clay Green (11 games) 2006 3. 155.2 Kory Chapman (12 games) 2003 4. 145.7 Rondy Rogers (11 games) 2001 5. 141.4 Maurice Dupree (11 games) 2008 6. 128.5 Oscar Bonds (11 games) 2004 7. 116.6 Maurice Daugherty (5 games) 2002 8. 103.5 Eurosius Parker (11 games) 1998 9. 102.6 Joey Hamilton (11 games) 1999 10. 97.3 Rondy Rogers (10 games) 2000

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1997 2008 1998 1999 2001 2007 2004 2006 2005 1996

1979-82 1987-90 1995-98 1999-02 1970-73 1968-71 2002-05 1977-78 1972-73 2003-06 1980-83

2003-06 1970-73 1999-02 1990-92 1980-83 1966-69 1996-99 1980-83 2006-08 1994-97

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TOTAL OFFENSE PER GAME (minimum 5 games) 1. 268.5 Montressa Kirby (11 games) 2. 244.2 Ryan Perrilloux (11 games) 3. 234.6 Montressa Kirby (11 games) 4. 209.3 Reggie Stancil (11 games) 5. 191.9 Reggie Stancil (11 games) 6. 170.1 Cedric Johnson (11 games) 7. 160.4 Maurice Mullins (11 games) 8. 156.9 Matt Hardin (11 games) 9. 156.2 Maurice Mullins (11 games) 10. 151.6 Montressa Kirby (10 games)

ALL PURPOSE YARDS 1. 4811 Clay Green 2. 4396 Boyce Callahan 3. 3849 Rondy Rogers 4. 3716 Danny Lee 5. 3643 Reginald Goodloe 6. 3276 Bubba Long 7. 3238 Joey Hamilton 8. 3193 Walter Broughton 9. 2710 Maurice Dupree 10. 2626 Amel Jackson

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TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 1. 2954 Montressa Kirby (493-2954) 2. 2686 Ryan Perrilloux (414-2686) 3. 2581 Montressa Kirby (432-2581) 4. 2367 Ed Lett (430-2367) 5. 2302 Reggie Stancil (441-2302) 6. 2111 Reggie Stancil (336-2111) 7. 1934 Ed Lett (449-1934) 8. 1905 David Coffey (307-1905) 9. 1898 Bobby Ray Green (434-1898) 10. 1891 Ed Lett (295-1891)

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TOTAL OFFENSE PER PLAY (minimum 50 plays) 1. 7.53 Shawn Johnson (149-1122) 2. 7.16 Danny Lee (169-1210) 3. 7.00 Roger Bell (93-651) 4. 6.86 Derrick Griffie (118-810) 5. 6.77 Anton Whitt (69-467) 6. 6.70 Nicki Edmondson (350-2346) 7. 6.62 Carlow James (79-523) 8. 6.49 Ryan Perrilloux (414-2686) 9. 6.32 Maurice Mullins (813-5138) 10. 6.30 Cedric Johnson (297-1871)

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433 428 400 391 362 343 340 336 323 321 314 307 305 304 300

Montressa Kirby vs Southwest Missouri State, Sept. 6, 1997 (16 rush, 417 pass) Montressa Kirby vs Sam Houston State, Sept. 13, 1997 (74 rush, 354 pass) Montressa Kirby vs Middle Tennessee State, Oct. 4, 1997 (21 rush, 379 pass) Reggie Stancil vs Nicholls State, Sept. 08, 2001 (98 rush, 293 pass) Montressa Kirby vs Northwestern State, Nov. 8, 1997 (-18 rush, 380 pass) Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Kentucky, Oct. 11, 2008 (39 rush, 304 pass) Montressa Kirby vs Northwestern State, Nov. 7, 1998 (19 rush, 321 pass) Montressa Kirby vs Southwest Texas State, Nov. 15, 1997 (-9 rush, 345 pass) Cedric Johnson vs Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 22, 2007 (78 rush, 245 pass) Ryan Perrilloux vs Austin Peay, Nov. 1, 2008 (50 rush, 271 pass) Ryan Perrilloux at UT Martin on Oct. 23, 2008 (53 rush, 261 pass) Montressa Kirby vs Samford, Oct. 17, 1998 (44 rush, 263 pass) Montressa Kirby vs Stephen F. Austin, Oct. 1, 1998 (51 rush, 254 pass) Tim Gallahan vs Nicholls State, Sept. 25, 1999 (0 rush, 304 pass) Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Illinois, Sept. 27, 2008 (19 rush, 281 pass)

4,000-YARD CAREER TOTAL OFFENSE 7,688 6,774 6,276 5,339 5,138 4,920 4,880 4,237

Montressa Kirby, 1995-98 Ed Lett, 1979-82 Reggie Stancil, 1999-2002 David Gulledge, 1987-90 Maurice Mullins, 2002-05 David Coffey, 1983-86 Doc Lett, 1968-71 Boyce Callahan, 1970-73

YEAR-BY-YEAR Year 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Player John Williams John Williams Terry Hodges John Krochina Joe Dacus Joe Dacus Gene Hanson Al Woodham Philip Smith Billy Hicks Jerry Duke Bill Nichols Wayne Keahey Rayford Talley Arland Carter Arland Carter Ray Vinson Joe Haynie Richard Drawdy Richard Drawdy Bruce Peck Doc Lett Doc Lett Doc Lett Doc Lett Ralph Brock Ralph Brock Corey Chandler Larry Barnes Larry Barnes Bobby Ray Green Bobby Ray Green Mike Watts Ed Lett Ed Lett Ed Lett Reginald Goodloe David Coffey David Coffey David Coffey David Gulledge David Gulledge David Gulledge David Gulledge Nicki Edmondson Chuck Robinson Chuck Robinson Chuck Robinson Jedarius Isaac Montressa Kirby Montressa Kirby Montressa Kirby Reggie Stancil Reggie Stancil Reggie Stancil Anthony Mayo Maurice Mullins Maurice Mullins Maurice Mullins Matt Hardin Cedric Johnson Ryan Perrilloux

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David Gulledge

Total 971 630 1094 769 384 585 390 1024 871 455 436 1051 430 399 1405 912 1200 1048 1348 1583 996 1174 1165 1359 1182 1428 1285 1023 1312 835 1898 1506 963 1934 1891 2367 787 1417 892 1905 736 1681 1544 1378 1825 1109 860 1487 723 1516 2954 2581 2302 1414 2111 1238 991 1764 1718 1728 1434 2686

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196 255 108 -61 6 -157 339 67 77 -8 709 488 167 90 -58 -64 -168 -78 -117 787 -227 132 -32 218 927 666 578 950 632 439 462 327 385 137 310 387 419 263 257 612 388 346 -2 437 368

852 1093 1475 1057 1168 1322 1020 1115 1351 1293 314 824 668 1808 1564 1027 2102 1969 2484 0 1644 760 1937 518 754 878 800 875 477 421 1025 396 1131 2817 2271 1915 995 1848 981 1603 1376 1372 1726 1871 2318


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PUNT RETURNS Player

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1966 1999 1992 2008 2005 1992 1954 1956 2007 1992 2002 1992 1970

Year

75 74 73 68 65 64 63 59 55 53

Craig Agee Danny Lee Ray Gentles Wayne Keahey Bill Kinzy Lewis Battle Neika Willis Neika Willis Wayne Boyd John Krochina

Samford North Alabama La. College So. Georgia Livingston North Carolina A&T Cumberland Sam Houston State Bluefield Howard

2004 1991 1961 1956 1959 1995 2001 2001 1972 1952

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Year

RUSHING Yds.

Player

Montressa Kirby Chuck Robinson Doc Lett Maurice Mullins Chuck Robinson David Gulledge Bobby Ray Green Montressa Kirby Montressa Kirby Richard Drawdy Garey Waiters Reggie Stancil David Gulledge

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SW Missouri St. New Haven Samford Southeast Missouri Knoxville Troy State Delaware Middle Tennessee St. Northwestern State S.E. Missouri UT-Martin Troy State Troy State

Year

1997 1992 1968 2004 1994 1988 1978 1998 1998 1965 1985 1999 1989

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100 99 98 97

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Charley Harris Quintin Stevenson Eugene Griep Reggie Spenser

PASS RECEIVING Yds.

93 90 86 84 84 82 82 82 81 80 80 80

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Joey Hamilton Danny Lee Mike Munhall Craig Agee Jason Reynolds Joey Hamilton Darrell Sanders James Moreen Ronald Bonner Lorenzo Banks Derrick Thomas Terry Harris

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52 51 51 50 49 99 48 47 47 47 47 47 47 47 47

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Steven Lee Steven Lee Steven Lee Ray Vollenweider Lee Sutherland Maurice Dupree Slade Stinnett Brad Hopkins Ray Vollenweider Chris Hobbs Ronnie Lawson Danny Kemp Chris Hobbs Ashley Kay Ashley Kay

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81 75 74 71 70 68 68 68

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Zach Walden Zach Walden Richie Rhodes Zach Walden Richie Rhodes Richie Rhodes Richie Rhodes Richie Rhodes

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Year

Opponent

Year

Opponent

Year

Opponent

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N.E. Missouri UT-Martin Troy State McNeese State

1982 1981 1960 2001

SW Missouri State New Haven Samford Southeast Missouri Knoxville College Middle Tennessee St Troy State Delaware Northwestern State Troy State UT-Martin S.E. Missouri

at Murray State at Southeast Missouri at Tennessee State Troy State Middle Tennessee St Southeast Missouri Kentucky St. Sam Houston St. Mississippi College Livingston Alabama A&M UT-Chattanooga West Georgia Mississippi College Troy State

at Tennessee Tech at Eastern Kentucky at Troy State Furman Southwest Texas St. Eastern Kentucky at Sam Houston State at Georgia Southern

1997 1992 1968 2004 1994 1998 1988 1978 1998 1999 1985 1965

2003 2003 2003 1981 1994 2008 1992 1998 1981 1981 1976 1970 1984 1988 1988

2006 2006 2001 2005 2001 2003 2001 2002

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1977 1970 1987 2005 1984 1999 1988 1948 1948 1949 1950 1958 1991

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Delta State Livingston Stephen F. Austin McNeese State North Park Southeast Missouri

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Eugene Griep Lyle Darnell Marvelle Granville DeWayne Cuffie James Hicks Dexter Sistrunk

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Pat Clements Boyce Callahan Terry Thomas Clay Green Hank Williams Joey Hamilton David Gulledge Terry Hodges John Williams Rex Cassidy Bob Henderson Bill Nicholls Sean Richardson

98 87 66 56 43 42

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87 86 84 81 81 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80

1995 1989 1992 2004 1998

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1981 1964 1978 1966 1985 2006

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SW Missouri Samford New Haven Murray State Georgia Southern

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S.W. Texas Troy State Troy State Chattanooga Delta State Tennessee State

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Patrick Plott Nickey Edmondson Danny Lee Criag Agee Eurosius Parker

Ed Lett Joe Haynie Mike Watts Bobby Ray Green David Coffey Matt Hardin

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93 90 82 79 79

76 75 75 73 72 70

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Troy State Samford Delta State Southeast Missouri Furman Kentucky St. So. Georgia Troy State Murray State Livingston Southwest Texas Livingston Florence

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Ray Vinson Joey Hamilton Danny Lee Maurice Dupree Clay Green Danny Lee Freddie Casey Carl Harrison Maurice Dupree Danny Lee Maurice Daughtry Bert Flowers Wayne Landrum

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MOST POINTS SCORED 1. 72 Cumberland Univ. Aug 30, 2001 2. 68 Union College Sep 17, 1999 3. 67 Samford (Howard) 1955 4. 66 Northeast Louisiana Nov 2, 1973 5. 65 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 6. 64 Liberty Oct 31, 1981 7. 63 Kentucky State Nov 14, 1992 63 UT Martin Oct 21, 1989 63 West Chester Nov 19, 1988 63 South Georgia 1954

Most points scored 1. 30 Rondy Rogers 2. 24 Cedric Johnson 3. 18 Oscar Bonds 18 Oscar Bonds 18 Clay Green 18 Clay Green 18 Joey Hamilton 18 Maurice Mullins 18 Ronald Murray 18 Marcus Mitchell

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 1. 10 Cumberland Univ. Aug 30, 2001 10 Union College Sep 17, 1999 3. 9 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 4. 8 at UT Martin Oct 09, 2004 8 Knoxville College Sep 30, 1995 6. 7 Samford Nov 06, 2004 7 at Samford Nov 08, 2003 7 Samford Nov 11, 2006 7 Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 7 Murray State Oct 05, 2006 7 Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 7 Eastern Kentucky Sep 27, 2003

Most touchdowns scored 1. 5 Rondy Rogers at #23 Stephen F Austin Oct 13, 2001 2. 4 Cedric Johnson at Austin Peay Oct 11, 2007 3. 3 Oscar Bonds at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 3 Oscar Bonds at Eastern Kentucky Sep 25, 2004 3 Clay Green Murray State Oct 05, 2006 3 Clay Green Southeast Missouri Sep 16, 2006 3 Joey Hamilton Union College Sep 17, 1999 3 Maurice Mullins at Samford Nov 08, 2003 3 Ronald Murray at Tennessee Tech Nov 08, 2008 3 Marcus Mitchell Cumberland Univ. Aug 30, 2001 Most extra points made by kicking 1. 8 Gavin Hallford at UT Martin Oct 09, 2004 8 Gavin Hallford at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 3. 7 Gavin Hallford Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 7 Gavin Hallford Samford Nov 11, 2006 7 Gavin Hallford Murray State Oct 05, 2006 7 Steven Lee at Samford Nov 08, 2003 7 Lee Sutherland Knoxville College Sep 30, 1995 8. 6 Gavin Hallford Samford Nov 06, 2004 6 Gavin Hallford at Austin Peay Oct 11, 2007 6 Gavin Hallford Alabama A&M Sep 06, 2008 6 Steven Lee Cumberland Univ. Aug 30, 2001

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at #23 Stephen F Austin Oct 13, 2001 at Austin Peay Oct 11, 2007 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 at Eastern Kentucky Sep 25, 2004 Murray State Oct 05, 2006 Southeast Missouri Sep 16, 2006 Union College Sep 17, 1999 at Samford Nov 08, 2003 at Tennessee Tech Nov 08, 2008 Cumberland Univ. Aug 30, 2001

Sep 28, 2007 Sep 08, 2007 Nov 11, 2006 Sep 01, 2007 Oct 16, 1999 Oct 09, 2004 Sep 18, 2004 Nov 17, 2007 Oct 01, 1998 Oct 18, 2003 Sep 02, 1995 Sep 02, 1995

Most field goals attempted 1. 5 Gavin Hallford at Alabama State 5 Steven Lee at Murray State 3. 4 Gavin Hallford at Chattanooga 4 Gavin Hallford Chattanooga 4 Gavin Hallford Eastern Kentucky 4 Gavin Hallford at Murray State 4 Brad Hopkins Stephen F. Austin 4 Lee Sutherland Sam Houston State 4 Lee Sutherland at Sam Houston State

Sep 01, 2007 Oct 04, 2003 Nov 04, 2006 Sep 08, 2007 Sep 22, 2007 Sep 28, 2007 Oct 01, 1998 Sep 02, 1995 Sep 02, 1995

Most field goals made 1. 4 Gavin Hallford at Alabama State 4 Gavin Hallford Chattanooga 4 Gavin Hallford at Murray State 4. 3 Gavin Hallford at Southeast Missouri 3 Brad Hopkins Stephen F. Austin 3 Brad Hopkins McNeese State 3 Steven Lee at Murray State 3 Lee Sutherland Sam Houston State 3 Lee Sutherland at Sam Houston State

Sep 01, 2007 Sep 08, 2007 Sep 28, 2007 Nov 17, 2007 Oct 01, 1998 Oct 16, 1999 Oct 04, 2003 Sep 02, 1995 Sep 02, 1995

Most consecutive field goals made 1. 8 Gavin Hallford (first two games of 2007) 2. 7 Gavin Hallford (last five of 2007, first two of 2008) Longest field goal made 1. 52 Steven Lee at Murray State 2. 51 Steven Lee at Southeast Missouri 51 Steven Lee at Tennessee State 4. 50 Ray Vollenweider at Troy State 5. 49 Lee Sutherland at Middle Tennessee 6. 48 Gavin Hallford Tennessee State 48 Slade Stinnett Kentucky State 8. 47 Brad Hopkins Sam Houston State 47 Steven Lee at Southwest Texas 47 Steven Lee at Arkansas State 47 Ray Vollenweider at Mississippi College 47 Chris Hobbs Livingston 47 Ronnie Lawson at Alabama A&M 47 Danny Kemp at Chattanooga 47 Chris Hobbs West Georgia 47 Ashley Kay Mississippi College 47 Ashley Kay Troy State

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Most extra points attempted by kicking 1. 9 Gavin Hallford at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 2. 8 Gavin Hallford at UT Martin Oct 09, 2004 3. 7 Gavin Hallford Samford Nov 06, 2004 7 Gavin Hallford Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 7 Gavin Hallford Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 7 Gavin Hallford Samford Nov 11, 2006 7 Gavin Hallford Murray State Oct 05, 2006 7 Steven Lee at Samford Nov 08, 2003 7 Steven Lee Cumberland Univ. Aug 30, 2001 7 Brett Rushing Eastern Kentucky Sep 27, 2003 7 Lee Sutherland Knoxville College Sep 30, 1995

Most points scored by kicking 1. 16 Gavin Hallford at Murray State 2. 15 Gavin Hallford Chattanooga 3. 13 Gavin Hallford Samford 13 Gavin Hallford at Alabama State 5. 12 Hopkins,Brad McNeese State 6. 11 Gavin Hallford at UT Martin 11 Gavin Hallford at Chattanooga 11 Gavin Hallford at Southeast Missouri 9. 10 HOPKINS,Brad Stephen F. Austin 10 Steven Lee at Tennessee State 10 Lee Sutherland Sam Houston State 10 Lee Sutherland at Sam Houston State

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Darrell Malone

Oscar Bonds

Oct 04, 2003 Nov 22, 2003 Oct 18, 2003 Nov 21, 1981 Oct 29, 1994 Nov 15, 2008 Nov 14, 1992 Oct 24, 1998 Nov 02, 2002 Sep 22, 2001 Oct 17, 1981 Oct 10, 1981 Sept 11, 1976 Nov 28, 1970 Sept 23, 1984 Oct 1, 1988 Nov 5, 1988


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1991 2004 1982 1992 1989 2008 2001 1988 1981 1970 1977 2003

FIELD GOALS (SEASON)

SCORING (SEASON) 2004 2007 1982 1989 1988 2006 1992 2001 1989 1966

Touchdowns scored 1. 19 Oscar Bonds (19 rush) 2. 16 David Gulledge (16 rush) 16 David Gulledge (16 rush) 16 Walter Broughton (14 rush, 2 rcv) 16 Clay Green (15 rush, 1 ret) 6. 15 Danny Lee (7 rush, 3 rcv, 5 ret) 15 Rondy Rogers (13 rush, 2 rcv) 8. 14 Bubba Long (8 rush, 6 rcv) 9. 13 David Gulledge (13 rush) 13 Nicki Edmondson (13 rush) 13 Reginald Goodloe (13 rush)

2004 1989 1988 1982 2006 1992 2001 1966 1990 1991 1982

Field goals made 1. 22 Gavin Hallford (22-29) 2. 13 Joe Hix (13-21) 13 Gavin Hallford (13-22) 4. 12 Slade Stinnett (12-19) 5. 11 Ashley Kay (11-16) 11 Ashley Kay (11-18) 11 Steven Lee (11-19) 11 Steven Lee (11-19) 9. 10 Chris Hobbs (10-14) 10. 9 Chris Hobbs (9-13) 9 Danny Kemp (9-15) 9 Slade Stinnett (9-16) 9 Slade Stinnett (9-16) 9 Brad Hopkins (9-18)

2007 1974 2006 1989 1988 1987 2003 2001 1984 1983 1970 1990 1992 1998

Field goals attempted 1. 29 Gavin Hallford (22-29) 2. 22 Gavin Hallford (13-22) 3. 21 Joe Hix (13-21) 4. 20 Rocky Riddle (8-20) 5. 19 Steven Lee (11-19) 19 Slade Stinnett (12-19) 19 Steven Lee (11-19) 8. 18 Ashley Kay (11-18) 18 Brad Hopkins (9-18) 10. 16 Ashley Kay (11-16) 16 Joe Hix (5-16) 16 Slade Stinnett (9-16) 16 Slade Stinnett (9-16)

2007 2006 1974 1977 2003 1989 2001 1987 1998 1988 1972 1990 1992

Field goal pct (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 100.0 Bruce Peck (5-5) 2. 80.0 Rocky Riddle (8-10) 80.0 Lee Sutherland (8-10) 4. 77.8 Gavin Hallford (7-9) 77.8 Brad Hopkins (7-9) 77.8 Joe Hix (7-9) 7. 75.9 Gavin Hallford (22-29) 8. 71.4 Chris Hobbs (5-7) 71.4 Chris Hobbs (10-14) 10. 70.0 Shane Seamons (7-10)

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Total points scored 1. 114 Oscar Bonds (19 TD) 2. 99 Gavin Hallford (33 PAT, 22 FG) 3. 96 Walter Broughton (16 TD) 96 David Gulledge (16 TD) 96 David Gulledge (16 TD) 96 Clay Green (16 TD) 7. 92 Danny Lee (15 TD, 1 PAT) 8. 90 Rondy Rogers (15 TD) 9. 86 Slade Stinnett (50 PAT, 12 FG) 10. 84 Bubba Long (14 TD)

Clay Green

1981 1966 1971 1967 1965 1964 1988 1964 1982 1989

H IS T O RY

1964 1988 1982 1989 1990 2006 2007 1979 1975 2008

1964 1995 1973 2008 1999 2007 1984 1978 1996 1983

(6-6) (25-25) (32-32) (7-7) (11-11) (9-9) (46-46) (6-6) (55-55) (50-51)

RECORDS

PAT kick pct 1. 100.0 (17-17) 100.0 (46-46) 100.0 (55-55) 4. 98.1 (51-52) 5. 97.2 (35-36) 6. 97.1 (34-35) 7. 97.1 (33-34) 8. 96.3 (26-27) 9. 96.2 (25-26) 10. 95.7 (44-46)

Field goal pct 1. 100.0 (3-3) 2. 80.0 (8-10) 3. 77.8 (7-9) 77.8 (7-9) 77.8 (7-9) 6. 75.9 (22-29) 7. 71.4 (10-14) 8. 70.0 (7-10) 70.0 (7-10) 10. 69.2 (9-13)

PAT kick pct (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 100.0 Brian Krohn 100.0 Bruce Peck 100.0 Danny Kemp 100.0 Bruce Peck 100.0 Bruce Peck 100.0 Doug Wheeler 100.0 Ashley Kay 100.0 Bruce Peck 100.0 Chris Hobbs 10. 98.0 Slade Stinnett

R E V IE W

PAT kicks attempted 1. 57 (53-57) 1991 2. 56 (50-56) 2004 3. 55 (55-55) 1982 4. 52 (51-52) 1989 5. 46 (44-46) 2008 46 (46-46) 1988 7. 44 (41-44) 1992 44 (38-44) 2001 9. 42 (38-42) 1977 42 (40-42) 1981 42 (37-42) 1973

1991 2004 1982 1989 2008 1988 1992 1977 2001 2005

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1982 1991 1989 2004 1988 2008 1992 1981 1977 2001

PAT kicks attempted 1. 57 Slade Stinnett (53-57) 2. 56 Gavin Hallford (50-56) 3. 55 Chris Hobbs (55-55) 4. 51 Slade Stinnett (50-51) 5. 46 Gavin Hallford (44-46) 46 Ashley Kay (46-46) 7. 44 Slade Stinnett (41-44) 8. 41 Rocky Riddle (38-41) 9. 40 Steven Lee (34-40) 40 Brett Rushing (31-40)

Field goals attempted 1. 29 (22-29) 2007 2. 25 (13-25) 1974 3. 22 (13-22) 2006 4. 20 (8-20) 1977 5. 19 (11-19) 2003 19 (11-19) 2001 19 (12-19) 1989 8. 18 (11-18) 1987 18 (9-18) 1998 10. 16 (9-16) 1990 16 (10-16) 1981 16 (11-16) 1988 16 (5-16) 1972 16 (10-16) 1976 16 (9-16) 1992

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PAT kicks made 1. 55 (55-55) 2. 53 (53-57) 3. 51 (51-52) 4. 50 (50-56) 5. 46 (46-46) 6. 44 (44-46) 7. 41 (41-44) 8. 40 (40-42) 9. 38 (38-42) 38 (38-44)

1982 1991 2004 1989 1988 2008 1992 1977 1970 1990

COAC HE S

EXTRA POINTS (SEASON)

PAT kicks made 1. 55 Chris Hobbs (55-55) 2. 53 Slade Stinnett (53-57) 3. 50 Gavin Hallford (50-56) 50 Slade Stinnett (50-51) 5. 46 Ashley Kay (46-46) 6. 44 Gavin Hallford (44-46) 7. 41 Slade Stinnett (41-44) 8. 38 Rocky Riddle (38-41) 9. 36 Danny Kemp (36-0) 10. 35 Slade Stinnett (35-36)

2007 2006 1974 1989 1988 1987 2003 2001 1984 1976 1981

G AM ECO CK S

Touchdowns scored 1. 57 (43 rush, 11 rcv, 3 ret) 2. 56 (41 rush, 12 rcv, 3 ret) 3. 55 (29 rush, 25 rcv, 1 ret) 4. 52 (38 rush, 7 rcv, 7 ret) 5. 49 (37 rush, 4 rcv, 8 ret) 6. 47 (23 rush, 22 rcv, 2 ret) 7. 46 (26 rush, 18 rcv, 2 ret) 8. 45 (40 rush, 5 rcv) 9. 44 (14 rush, 28 rcv, 2 ret) 10. 42 (29 rush, 11 rcv, 2 ret) 42 (21 rush, 21 rcv) 42 (31 rush, 8 rcv, 3 ret)

Field goals made 1. 22 (22-29) 2. 13 (13-22) 13 (13-25) 4. 12 (12-19) 5. 11 (11-16) 11 (11-18) 11 (11-19) 11 (11-19) 9. 10 (10-14) 10 (10-16) 10 (10-16)

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1991 2004 1982 1992 1989 1988 2001 2008 1981 2003

EXTRA POINTS (SEASON)

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Total points scored 1. 421 (57 TD, 57 PAT, 6 FG) 2. 412 (56 TD, 50 PAT, 8 FG) 3. 409 (55 TD, 55 PAT, 8 FG) 4. 394 (52 TD, 48 PAT, 9 FG) 5. 393 (49 TD, 57 PAT, 12 FG) 6. 355 (45 TD, 49 PAT, 11 FG) 7. 349 (46 TD, 38 PAT, 11 FG) 349 (47 TD, 44 PAT, 7 FG) 9. 334 (44 TD, 40 PAT, 10 FG) 10. 316 (42 TD, 29 PAT, 11 FG)

FIELD GOALS (SEASON)

1965 1976 1995 2008 1999 1973 2007 1981 1984 1996

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FIELD GOALS (CAREER)

YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS Year 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Total points scored 1. 311 Gavin Hallford (161 PAT, 50 FG) 2. 290 David Gulledge (48 TD, 1 PAT) 3. 287 Slade Stinnett (179 PAT, 36 FG) 4. 240 Boyce Callahan (40 TD) 5. 226 Chris Hobbs (130 PAT, 32 FG) 6. 216 Walter Broughton (36 TD) 216 Clay Green (36 TD) 8. 200 Rocky Riddle (116 PAT, 28 FG) 9. 193 Joe Hix (103 PAT, 30 FG) 10. 180 Rondy Rogers (30 TD)

2004-08 1987-90 1989-92 1970-73 1981-84 1980-83 2003-06 1976-79 1972-75 1999-02

Field goals made 1. 50 Gavin Hallford (50-74) 2. 36 Slade Stinnett (36-65) 3. 32 Chris Hobbs (32-46) 4. 30 Steven Lee (30-50) 30 Joe Hix (30-55) 6. 28 Rocky Riddle (28-54) 7. 22 Ashley Kay (22-34) 8. 20 Lee Sutherland (20-33) 20 Brad Hopkins (20-34) 10. 14 Danny Kemp (14-15)

2004-08 1989-92 1981-84 2001-03 1972-75 1976-79 1987-88 1993-95 1998-00 1970-71

Touchdowns scored 1. 48 David Gulledge (48 rush) 2. 40 Boyce Callahan (40 rush) 3. 36 Walter Broughton (26 rush, 10 rcv) 36 Clay Green (33 rush, 3 ret) 5. 30 Rondy Rogers (28 rush, 2 rcv) 6. 29 Bubba Long (21 rush, 8 rcv) 7. 27 Danny Lee (12 rush, 8 rcv, 7 ret) 8. 26 Terry Thomas (26 rush) 9. 25 Joey Hamilton (1 rush, 23 rcv, 1 ret) 10. 24 Reginald Goodloe (22 rush, 2 rcv)

1987-90 1970-73 1980-83 2003-06 1999-02 1966-69 1990-92 1985-88 1996-99 1980-83

Field goals attempted 1. 74 Gavin Hallford (50-74) 2. 65 Slade Stinnett (36-65) 3. 55 Joe Hix (30-55) 4. 54 Rocky Riddle (28-54) 5. 50 Steven Lee (30-50) 6. 46 Chris Hobbs (32-46) 7. 34 Ashley Kay (22-34) 34 Brad Hopkins (20-34) 9. 33 Lee Sutherland (20-33) 10. 18 Brian Krohn (7-18)

2004-08 1989-92 1972-75 1976-79 2001-03 1981-84 1987-88 1998-00 1993-95 1980-81

Field goal pct (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 100.0 Bruce Peck (11-11) 2. 93.3 Danny Kemp (14-15) 3. 70.0 Shane Seamons (7-10) 4. 69.6 Chris Hobbs (32-46) 5. 67.6 Gavin Hallford (50-74) 6. 64.7 Ashley Kay (22-34) 7. 60.6 Lee Sutherland (20-33) 8. 60.0 Steven Lee (30-50) 9. 58.8 Brad Hopkins (20-34) 10. 55.4 Slade Stinnett (36-65)

1964-67 1970-71 1995-96 1981-84 2004-08 1987-88 1993-95 2001-03 1998-00 1989-92

EXTRA POINTS (CAREER) PAT kicks made 1. 179 Slade Stinnett (179-188) 2. 161 Gavin Hallford (161-171) 3. 130 Chris Hobbs (130-135) 4. 116 Rocky Riddle (116-126) 5. 103 Joe Hix (103-116) 6. 78 Steven Lee (78-96) 7. 68 Danny Kemp (68-32) 8. 63 Ashley Kay (63-66) 9. 62 Brad Hopkins (62-73) 10. 61 Lee Sutherland (61-70)

1989-92 2004-08 1981-84 1976-79 1972-75 2001-03 1970-71 1987-88 1998-00 1993-95

PAT kicks attempted 1. 188 Slade Stinnett (179-188) 2. 171 Gavin Hallford (161-171) 3. 135 Chris Hobbs (130-135) 4. 126 Rocky Riddle (116-126) 5. 116 Joe Hix (103-116) 6. 96 Steven Lee (78-96) 7. 73 Brad Hopkins (62-73) 8. 70 Lee Sutherland (61-70) 9. 66 Ashley Kay (63-66) 10. 50 Brett RUSHING (36-50)

1989-92 2004-08 1981-84 1976-79 1972-75 2001-03 1998-00 1993-95 1987-88 2003-06

PAT kick pct (minimum 15 attempts) 1. 100.0 Bruce Peck (49-49) 2. 96.3 Chris Hobbs (130-135) 3. 95.5 Ashley Kay (63-66) 4. 95.2 Slade Stinnett (179-188) 5. 94.2 Gavin Hallford (161-171) 6. 92.1 Rocky Riddle (116-126) 7. 90.5 Shane Seamons (19-21)

1964-67 1981-84 1987-88 1989-92 2004-08 1976-79 1995-96

200-point Career Scorers 311 290 287 240 226 216 216 200

Gavin Hallford, 2004-08 David Gulledge, 1987-90 Slade Stinnett, 1989-92 Boyce Callahan, 1970-73 Chris Hobbs, 1981-84 Clay Green, 2003-06 Walter Broughton, 1980-83 Rocky Riddle, 1976-79

Player John Williams John Williams John Meadows John Krochina Charles Stough Bob Henderson Virgil Holder Al Woodham Rabbitt Smith Billy Hicks Jerry McBee Frank Blackburn Bill Nichols Wayne Keahey Ray Gentles Arland Carter Arland Carter Ray Vinson Joe Haynie Bruce Peck Terry Owens Bubba Long Bubba Long Danny Camp Jack Clark Bubba Long Boyce Callahan Boyce Callahan Boyce Callahan Joe Hix Mike Hobson Joe Hix Mike Hobson Larry Barnes Rocky Riddle Rocky Riddle Rocky Riddle Cedric Brownlee Chris Hobbs Walter Broughton Walter Broughton Chris Hobbs Derrick Thomas Pat White Ashley Kay David Gulledge David Gulledge David Gulledge Nicki Edmondson Danny Lee Lee Sutherland Jermelle Pruitt Amel Jackson Shane Seamons Ronald Bonner Joey Hamilton Joey Hamilton Rondy Rogers Rondy Rogers Steven Lee Steven Lee Oscar Bonds Clay Green Clay Green Gavin Hallford Maurice Dupree

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HI S T O RY

REC ORDS

R E V IE W

O P P O NE NT S

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SCORING (CAREER)

Clay Green

150

Points 63 36 48 36 30 24 24 48 54 31 18 18 38 48 24 36 31 26 36 24 24 84 36 35 24 24 66 60 66 54 54 58 72 48 62 53 41 42 49 96 60 46 54 54 50 96 96 80 78 92 27 66 48 39 48 48 50 48 90 44 57 114 72 96 99 66

TD

XP

FG

14 6 0 4 4 11 10 11 0 9 0 12 8 0 0 0 6 0 16 10 0 9 9 0 16 16 13 13 15 0 11 8 0 8 8 8 8 15 0 0 19 12 16 0 11

0 0 20 0 0 0 0 0 33 0 19 25 0 38 32 20 3 34 0 0 16 0 0 17 0 0 1 0 1 15 0 0 18 0 0 2 0 0 20 24 0 0 0 33 0

0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 13 0 0 8 7 7 0 5 0 0 10 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 8 11 0 0 0 22 0


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL MISCELLANOUS RECORDS

Most Points by the Gamecocks

Worst Losses Margin 69 65 60 55 51

Opponent Chattanooga Mississippi Southern Spring Hill UT-Chattanooga UT-Chattanooga

Score 75-0 64-0 63-0 72-10 59-0 57-0

Year 1928 1981 1989 2001 1979 1971

Score 3-72 0-65 0-60 0-55 0-51

Year 1926 1946 1938 1958 1967

Top 10 Crowds to Watch Jax State

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

1 25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 275 300 325 350 375 400 425 450 475 480

37-0 vs Birmingham College, 1904 3-0 vs Blount County, 1916 68-0 vs Sylacauga, 1921 13-7 vs Cumberland, 1929 26-0 vs Middle Georgia, 1946 12-7 vs Livingston, 1949 39-0 vs Carson-Newman, 1955 26-0 at Livingston, 1959 24-13 at Southeast Missouri State, 1965 16-14 at UT-Martin, 1970 66-24 vs Northeast Louisiana, 1973 10-7 at Nicholls State, 1977 36-3 vs Delta State, 1980 34-14 at Delta State, 1983 38-3 vs North Alabama, 1988 38-14 vs North Alabama, 1990 12-7 vs Henderson State, 1993 36-16 vs Samford, 2000 59-12 at Tennessee-Martin, 2004 23-10 at #20 Eastern Illinois, 2008 26-21 vs Tennessee State, 2008

151

O VC

H IS T O RY

Since the NCAA established a tiebreaker system in 1995, Jax State is 1-4 in overtime contests. The Gamecocks have won the coin toss three times and chosen to play defense all three times. Date Opponent OTs Game Winning Play Score Nov. 16, 1996 at Northeast Louisiana 2 29-yd FG 28-31 Oct. 16, 1999 McNeese State 2 12-yd Pass 36-39 Oct. 13, 2001 Stephen F. Austin 2 8-yd Pass 37-44 Oct. 4, 2003 at Murray State 1 20-yd Pass 17-23 Oct. 28, 2006 at Tenn. Tech 1 17-yd Pass 17-10

Milestone Victories

RECORDS

JSU in Overtime

at Mississippi State (Sept. 14, 2002) at Georgia Tech (Aug. 28, 2008) at Mississippi State (Oct. 14, 2006) at Kansas (Sept. 20, 2003) at South Florida (Sept. 2, 2000) at Memphis (Sept. 15, 2007) at UAB (Sept. 20, 1997) at UAB (Sept. 17, 2005) at UAB (Sept. 21, 1996) at Troy State (Nov.17, 2001)

R E V IE W

Score 3-72 0-65 0-60 30-55 0-55 36-53 32-51 0-51 17-51 14-51 3-50

47,456 45,706 38,635 34,712 30,043 28,298 23,775 23,109 19,567 17,357

O P P O NE NT S

Opponent Chattanooga Mississippi Southern Spring Hill Sam Houston State UT-Chattanooga Northwestern State Georgia Southern UT-Chattanooga Sam Houston State Georgia Southern Mississippi College

Opponent Bowen Liberty Baptist UT-Martin Cumberland University Livingston Southeast Missouri State

A BO U T J S U

Season 1926 1946 1938 2001 1958 1998 1998 1967 1999 1999 1985

Margin 75 64 63 62 59 57

COAC HE S

Most Points Against the Gamecocks

Biggest Wins

G AM ECO CK S

Score 72-10 68-13 67-24 66-24 65-20 64-0 63-21 63-0 63-24 63-12 60-7 59-12 59-45 59-0 57-0 56-36 55-7 55-6 55-10 54-27 52-34 52-36 51-18 51-7 51-14 50-24 50-7

O U T LO O K

Opponent Cumberland University Union College Samford (Howard) Northeast Louisiana at Chattanooga Liberty Baptist Kentucky State UT-Martin West Chester South Georgia North Alabama at Tennessee-Martin Alcorn State Livingston Southeast Missouri State Delta State Samford Knoxville College Troy State Livingston West Georgia Mississippi College Samford Wofford Mississippi College West Georgia UT-Martin

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Season 2001 1999 1955 1973 2004 1981 1992 1989 1988 1954 1971 2004 1992 1979 1971 1982 2006 1995 1970 1992 1986 1982 2004 1991 1980 1991 1973


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MOST POINTS SCORED BY KICKING 1. 16 Gavin Hallford at Murray State 2. 15 Gavin Hallford Chattanooga 3. 13 Gavin Hallford Samford 13 Gavin Hallford at Alabama State 5. 12 Hopkins,Brad McNeese State 6. 11 Gavin Hallford at UT Martin 11 Gavin Hallford at Chattanooga 11 Gavin Hallford at Southeast Missouri 9. 10 HOPKINS,Brad Stephen F. Austin 10 Steven Lee at Tennessee State 10 Lee Sutherland Sam Houston State 10 Lee Sutherland at Sam Houston State MOST EXTRA POINTS MADE BY KICKING 1. 8 Gavin Hallford at UT Martin 8 Gavin Hallford at Chattanooga 3. 7 Gavin Hallford Tennessee State 7 Gavin Hallford Samford 7 Gavin Hallford Murray State 7 Steven Lee at Samford 7 Lee Sutherland Knoxville College 8. 6 Gavin Hallford Samford 6 Gavin Hallford at Austin Peay 6 Gavin Hallford Alabama A&M 6 Steven Lee Cumberland Univ.

Sep 28, 2007 Sep 08, 2007 Nov 11, 2006 Sep 01, 2007 Oct 16, 1999 Oct 09, 2004 Sep 18, 2004 Nov 17, 2007 Oct 01, 1998 Oct 18, 2003 Sep 02, 1995 Sep 02, 1995 Oct 09, 2004 Sep 18, 2004 Oct 16, 2004 Nov 11, 2006 Oct 05, 2006 Nov 08, 2003 Sep 30, 1995 Nov 06, 2004 Oct 11, 2007 Sep 06, 2008 Aug 30, 2001

MOST EXTRA POINTS ATTEMPTED BY KICKING 1. 9 Gavin Hallford at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 2. 8 Gavin Hallford at UT Martin Oct 09, 2004 3. 7 Gavin Hallford Samford Nov 06, 2004 7 Gavin Hallford Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 7 Gavin Hallford Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 7 Gavin Hallford Samford Nov 11, 2006 7 Gavin Hallford Murray State Oct 05, 2006 7 Steven Lee at Samford Nov 08, 2003 7 Steven Lee Cumberland Univ. Aug 30, 2001 7 Brett Rushing Eastern Kentucky Sep 27, 2003 7 Lee Sutherland Knoxville College Sep 30, 1995

Steven Lee

Sep 01, 2007 Oct 04, 2003 Nov 04, 2006 Sep 08, 2007 Sep 22, 2007 Sep 28, 2007 Oct 01, 1998 Sep 02, 1995 Sep 02, 1995

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 4 Gavin Hallford 4 Gavin Hallford 4 Gavin Hallford 4. 3 Gavin Hallford 3 Brad Hopkins 3 Brad Hopkins 3 Steven Lee 3 Lee Sutherland 3 Lee Sutherland

Sep 01, 2007 Sep 08, 2007 Sep 28, 2007 Nov 17, 2007 Oct 01, 1998 Oct 16, 1999 Oct 04, 2003 Sep 02, 1995 Sep 02, 1995

at Alabama State Chattanooga at Murray State at Southeast Missouri Stephen F. Austin McNeese State at Murray State Sam Houston State at Sam Houston State

MOST CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 8 Gavin Hallford (first two games of 2007) 2. 7 Gavin Hallford (last five of 2007, first two of 2008) LONGEST FIELD GOAL MADE 1. 52 Steven Lee at Murray State 2. 51 Steven Lee at Southeast Missouri 51 Steven Lee at Tennessee State 4. 50 Ray Vollenweider at Troy State 5. 49 Lee Sutherland at Middle Tennessee 6. 48 Gavin Hallford Tennessee State 48 Slade Stinnett Kentucky State 8. 47 Brad Hopkins Sam Houston State 47 Steven Lee at Southwest Texas 47 Steven Lee at Arkansas State 47 Ray Vollenweider at Mississippi College 47 Chris Hobbs Livingston 47 Ronnie Lawson at Alabama A&M 47 Danny Kemp at Chattanooga 47 Chris Hobbs West Georgia 47 Ashley Kay Mississippi College 47 Ashley Kay Troy State

HI S T O RY O VC

Danny Kemp

152

Oct 04, 2003 Nov 22, 2003 Oct 18, 2003 Nov 21, 1981 Oct 29, 1994 Nov 15, 2008 Nov 14, 1992 Oct 24, 1998 Nov 02, 2002 Sep 22, 2001 Oct 17, 1981 Oct 10, 1981 Sept 11, 1976 Nov 28, 1970 Sept 23, 1984 Oct 1, 1988 Nov 5, 1988

Ray Vollenweider

REC ORDS

R E V IE W

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O U T LO O K

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INDIVIDUAL GAME

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 5 Gavin Hallford at Alabama State 5 Steven Lee at Murray State 3. 4 Gavin Hallford at Chattanooga 4 Gavin Hallford Chattanooga 4 Gavin Hallford Eastern Kentucky 4 Gavin Hallford at Murray State 4 Brad Hopkins Stephen F. Austin 4 Lee Sutherland Sam Houston State 4 Lee Sutherland at Sam Houston State

Gavin Hallford

EXTRA POINTS (SEASON) PAT KICKS MADE 1. 55 (55-55) 2. 53 (53-57) 3. 51 (51-52) 4. 50 (50-56) 5. 46 (46-46) 6. 44 (44-46) 7. 41 (41-44) 8. 40 (40-42) 9. 38 (38-42) 38 (38-44)

1982 1991 1989 2004 1988 2008 1992 1981 1977 2001

PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED 1. 57 (53-57) 2. 56 (50-56) 3. 55 (55-55) 4. 52 (51-52) 5. 46 (44-46) 46 (46-46) 7. 44 (41-44) 44 (38-44) 9. 42 (38-42) 42 (40-42) 42 (37-42)

1991 2004 1982 1989 2008 1988 1992 2001 1977 1981 1973

PAT KICK PCT 1. 100.0 (17-17) 100.0 (46-46) 100.0 (55-55) 4. 98.1 (51-52) 5. 97.2 (35-36) 6. 97.1 (34-35) 7. 97.1 (33-34) 8. 96.3 (26-27) 9. 96.2 (25-26) 10. 95.7 (44-46)

1964 1988 1982 1989 1990 2006 2007 1979 1975 2008

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 22 (22-29) 2. 13 (13-22) 13 (13-25) 4. 12 (12-19) 5. 11 (11-16) 11 (11-18) 11 (11-19) 11 (11-19) 9. 10 (10-14) 10 (10-16) 10 (10-16)

2007 2006 1974 1989 1988 1987 2003 2001 1984 1976 1981

FIELD GOALS (SEASON)

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 29 (22-29) 2007 2. 25 (13-25) 1974 3. 22 (13-22) 2006 4. 20 (8-20) 1977 5. 19 (11-19) 2003 19 (11-19) 2001 19 (12-19) 1989 8. 18 (11-18) 1987 18 (9-18) 1998 10. 16 (9-16) 1990 16 (10-16) 1981 16 (11-16) 1988 16 (5-16) 1972 16 (10-16) 1976 16 (9-16) 1992 FIELD GOAL PCT 1. 100.0 (3-3) 2. 80.0 (8-10) 3. 77.8 (7-9) 77.8 (7-9) 77.8 (7-9) 6. 75.9 (22-29) 7. 71.4 (10-14) 8. 70.0 (7-10) 70.0 (7-10) 10. 69.2 (9-13)

1964 1995 1973 2008 1999 2007 1984 1978 1996 1983


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EXTRA POINTS (SEASON)

1991 2004 1982 1989 2008 1988 1992 1977 2001 2005

Total points scored by Kicking 1. 311 Gavin Hallford (161 PAT, 50 FG) 2. 287 Slade Stinnett (179 PAT, 36 FG) 3. 226 Chris Hobbs (130 PAT, 32 FG) 4. 200 Rocky Riddle (116 PAT, 28 FG) 5. 193 Joe Hix (103 PAT, 30 FG) 1972-75

EXTRA POINTS (CAREER)

1989-92 2004-08 1981-84 1976-79 1972-75 2001-03 1998-00 1993-95 1987-88 2003-06

PAT kick pct (minimum 15 attempts) 1. 100.0 Bruce Peck 2. 96.3 Chris Hobbs 3. 95.5 Ashley Kay 4. 95.2 Slade Stinnett 5. 94.2 Gavin Hallford 6. 92.1 Rocky Riddle 7. 90.5 Shane Seamons

(49-49) (130-135) (63-66) (179-188) (161-171) (116-126) (19-21)

Joe Hix

1964-67 1981-84 1987-88 1989-92 2004-08 1976-79 1995-96

Rocky Riddle

H IS T O RY

Chris Hobbs

Ashley Kay

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1964-67 1970-71 1995-96 1981-84 2004-08 1987-88 1993-95 2001-03 1998-00 1989-92

RECORDS

2007 2006 1974 1977 2003 1989 2001 1987 1998 1988 1972 1990 1992

PAT kicks attempted 1. 188 Slade Stinnett (179-188) 2. 171 Gavin Hallford (161-171) 3. 135 Chris Hobbs (130-135) 4. 126 Rocky Riddle (116-126) 5. 116 Joe Hix (103-116) 6. 96 Steven Lee (78-96) 7. 73 Brad Hopkins (62-73) 8. 70 Lee Sutherland (61-70) 9. 66 Ashley Kay (63-66) 10. 50 Brett RUSHING (36-50)

Field goal pct (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 100.0 Bruce Peck (11-11) 2. 93.3 Danny Kemp (14-15) 3. 70.0 Shane Seamons (7-10) 4. 69.6 Chris Hobbs (32-46) 5. 67.6 Gavin Hallford (50-74) 6. 64.7 Ashley Kay (22-34) 7. 60.6 Lee Sutherland (20-33) 8. 60.0 Steven Lee (30-50) 9. 58.8 Brad Hopkins (20-34) 10. 55.4 Slade Stinnett (36-65)

R E V IE W

Field goals attempted 1. 29 Gavin Hallford (22-29) 2. 22 Gavin Hallford (13-22) 3. 21 Joe Hix (13-21) 4. 20 Rocky Riddle (8-20) 5. 19 Steven Lee (11-19) 19 Slade Stinnett (12-19) 19 Steven Lee (11-19) 8. 18 Ashley Kay (11-18) 18 Brad Hopkins (9-18) 10. 16 Ashley Kay (11-16) 16 Joe Hix (5-16) 16 Slade Stinnett (9-16) 16 Slade Stinnett (9-16)

1989-92 2004-08 1981-84 1976-79 1972-75 2001-03 1970-71 1987-88 1998-00 1993-95

2004-08 1989-92 1972-75 1976-79 2001-03 1981-84 1987-88 1998-00 1993-95 1980-81

O P P O NE NT S

2007 1974 2006 1989 1988 1987 2003 2001 1984 1983 1970 1990 1992 1998

PAT kicks made 1. 179 Slade Stinnett (179-188) 2. 161 Gavin Hallford (161-171) 3. 130 Chris Hobbs (130-135) 4. 116 Rocky Riddle (116-126) 5. 103 Joe Hix (103-116) 6. 78 Steven Lee (78-96) 7. 68 Danny Kemp (68-32) 8. 63 Ashley Kay (63-66) 9. 62 Brad Hopkins (62-73) 10. 61 Lee Sutherland (61-70)

Field goals attempted 1. 74 Gavin Hallford (50-74) 2. 65 Slade Stinnett (36-65) 3. 55 Joe Hix (30-55) 4. 54 Rocky Riddle (28-54) 5. 50 Steven Lee (30-50) 6. 46 Chris Hobbs (32-46) 7. 34 Ashley Kay (22-34) 34 Brad Hopkins (20-34) 9. 33 Lee Sutherland (20-33) 10. 18 Brian Krohn (7-18)

A BO U T J S U

1981 1966 1971 1967 1965 1964 1988 1964 1982 1989

FIELD GOALS (SEASON) Field goals made 1. 22 Gavin Hallford (22-29) 2. 13 Joe Hix (13-21) 13 Gavin Hallford (13-22) 4. 12 Slade Stinnett (12-19) 5. 11 Ashley Kay (11-16) 11 Ashley Kay (11-18) 11 Steven Lee (11-19) 11 Steven Lee (11-19) 9. 10 Chris Hobbs (10-14) 10. 9 Chris Hobbs (9-13) 9 Danny Kemp (9-15) 9 Slade Stinnett (9-16) 9 Slade Stinnett (9-16) 9 Brad Hopkins (9-18)

2004-08 1989-92 1981-84 1976-79

2004-08 1989-92 1981-84 2001-03 1972-75 1976-79 1987-88 1993-95 1998-00 1970-71

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PAT kick pct (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 100.0 Brian Krohn (6-6) 100.0 Bruce Peck (25-25) 100.0 Danny Kemp (32-32) 100.0 Bruce Peck (7-7) 100.0 Bruce Peck (11-11) 100.0 Doug Wheeler (9-9) 100.0 Ashley Kay (46-46) 100.0 Bruce Peck (6-6) 100.0 Chris Hobbs (55-55) 10. 98.0 Slade Stinnett (50-51)

SCORING (CAREER)

Field goals made 1. 50 Gavin Hallford (50-74) 2. 36 Slade Stinnett (36-65) 3. 32 Chris Hobbs (32-46) 4. 30 Steven Lee (30-50) 30 Joe Hix (30-55) 6. 28 Rocky Riddle (28-54) 7. 22 Ashley Kay (22-34) 8. 20 Lee Sutherland (20-33) 20 Brad Hopkins (20-34) 10. 14 Danny Kemp (14-15)

G AM ECO CK S

PAT kicks attempted 1. 57 Slade Stinnett (53-57) 2. 56 Gavin Hallford (50-56) 3. 55 Chris Hobbs (55-55) 4. 51 Slade Stinnett (50-51) 5. 46 Gavin Hallford (44-46) 46 Ashley Kay (46-46) 7. 44 Slade Stinnett (41-44) 8. 41 Rocky Riddle (38-41) 9. 40 Steven Lee (34-40) 40 Brett Rushing (31-40)

FIELD GOALS (CAREER)

O U T LO O K

1982 1991 2004 1989 1988 2008 1992 1977 1970 1990

1965 1976 1995 2008 1999 1973 2007 1981 1984 1996

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PAT kicks made 1. 55 Chris Hobbs (55-55) 2. 53 Slade Stinnett (53-57) 3. 50 Gavin Hallford (50-56) 50 Slade Stinnett (50-51) 5. 46 Ashley Kay (46-46) 6. 44 Gavin Hallford (44-46) 7. 41 Slade Stinnett (41-44) 8. 38 Rocky Riddle (38-41) 9. 36 Danny Kemp (36-0) 10. 35 Slade Stinnett (35-36)

Field goal pct (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 100.0 Bruce Peck (5-5) 2. 80.0 Rocky Riddle (8-10) 80.0 Lee Sutherland (8-10) 4. 77.8 Gavin Hallford (7-9) 77.8 Brad Hopkins (7-9) 77.8 Joe Hix (7-9) 7. 75.9 Gavin Hallford (22-29) 8. 71.4 Chris Hobbs (5-7) 71.4 Chris Hobbs (10-14) 10. 70.0 Shane Seamons (7-10)


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Most Punts 1. 11 Western Illinois 2. 9 Nicholls State 9 at McNeese State 9 at Kansas 9 at Georgia Southern 9 Tennessee Tech

Nov 11, 1995 Oct 25, 1997 Oct 14, 2000 Sep 20, 2003 Nov 16, 2002 Oct 20, 2007

Most Yards Punting 1. 415 at Georgia Southern 2. 413 at Kansas 3. 398 Western Illinois 4. 360 at #18 Sam Houston St. 5. 353 #22 Southwest Texas 6. 344 Western Kentucky 7. 341 at Tennessee Tech 8. 334 Tennessee Tech 9. 332 at McNeese State

Nov 16, 20029 punts Sep 20, 20039 punts Nov 11, 199511 punts Nov 10, 20018 punts Oct 20, 20017 punts Oct 07, 19958 punts Oct 28, 20068 punts Oct 20, 20079 punts Oct 14, 20009 punts

HIGHEST PUNTING AVERAGE 1. 51.0 Austin Peay 2. 50.4 Southwest Texas State 3. 50.0 at Troy State 4. 50.0 at Tennessee-Martin 5. 49.7 at Tennessee State

Oct. 13, 1979 Oct. 20, 2001 Nov 17, 2001 Oct 09, 2004 Oct 18, 2003

MOST PUNTS DOWNED INSIDE 20 4 many times, last vs Murray State, Oct. 18, 2008

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MOST PUNTS 1. 11 Jason Porch 2. 9 John Howard 9 Howard, John 9 Richie Rhodes 9 Richie Rhodes 9 Zach Walden 7. 8 Howard, John 8 Jason Porch 8 Richie Rhodes 8 Richie Rhodes 8 Richie Rhodes 8 Richie Rhodes 8 Shane Seamons 8 Zach Walden

Western Illinois Nicholls State at McNeese State at Kansas at Georgia Southern Tennessee Tech at Nicholls State Western Kentucky Murray State at Murray State Northwestern State at #18 Sam Houston St. Middle Tennessee St. at Tennessee Tech

Nov 11, 1995 Oct 25, 1997 Oct 14, 2000 Sep 20, 2003 Nov 16, 2002 Oct 20, 2007 Sep 09, 2000 Oct 07, 1995 Oct 02, 2004 Oct 04, 2003 Nov 09, 2002 Nov 10, 2001 Oct 05, 1996 Oct 28, 2006

MOST YARDS PUNTING 1. 415 Richie Rhodes 2. 413 Richie Rhodes 3. 398 Jason Porch 4. 360 Richie Rhodes 5. 353 Richie Rhodes 6. 344 Jason Porch 7. 341 Zach Walden 8. 334 Zach Walden 9. 332 Howard, John

at Georgia Southern at Kansas Western Illinois at #18 Sam Houston St. #22 Southwest Texas Western Kentucky at Tennessee Tech Tennessee Tech at McNeese State

Nov 16, 2002 9 punts Sep 20, 2003 9 punts Nov 11, 1995 11 punts Nov 10, 2001 8 punts Oct 20, 2001 7 punts Oct 07, 1995 8 punts Oct 28, 2006 8 punts Oct 20, 2007 9 punts Oct 14, 2000 9 punts

HIGHEST AVERAGE YARDS PER PUNT (3 punts) 1. 55.2 Richie Rhodes at Troy State 2. 50.4 Richie Rhodes #22 Southwest Texas 3. 50.0 Richie Rhodes at Tennessee-Martin 4. 49.7 Richie Rhodes at Tennessee State 5. 49.0 John Howard Middle Tennessee St. 6. 48.5 Zach Walden Murray State 7. 48.2 Zach Walden at Southeast Missouri 8. 46.8 Zach Walden Eastern Kentucky 46.8 Howard, John Northwestern State 10. 46.7 Richie Rhodes Eastern Illinois

Nov 17, 2001 5-276 Oct 20, 2001 7-353 Oct 09, 2004 3-150 Oct 18, 2003 3-149 Sep 19, 1998 4-196 Oct 05, 2006 6-291 Nov 17, 2007 4-193 Sep 22, 2007 5-234 Nov 04, 2000 4-187 Nov 15, 2003 3-140

MOST PUNTS DOWNED INSIDE 20 1. 4 Howard, John at Nicholls State 4 Richie Rhodes North Alabama 4 Zach Walden Tennessee-Martin 4 Zach Walden Murray State 4 Zach Walden Murray State 4 Zach Walden at Tennessee Tech

Sep 09, 2000 Sep 13, 2003 Oct 04, 2007 Oct 05, 2006 Oct 18, 2008 Oct 28, 2006

LONGEST PUNT 1. 81 Zach Walden 2. 75 Zach Walden 3. 74 Richie Rhodes 4. 71 Zach Walden 5. 70 Richie Rhodes 6. 68 Richie Rhodes 68 Richie Rhodes 68 Richie Rhodes

Oct 28, 2006 Sep 30, 2006 Nov 17, 2001 Sep 01, 2005 Oct 20, 2001 Sep 27, 2003 Nov 10, 2001 Nov 16, 2002

at Tennessee Tech at Eastern Kentucky at Troy State Furman #22 Southwest Texas Eastern Kentucky at #18 Sam Houston St. at Georgia Southern

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PUNT YARDS 1. 3268 (75-3268) 2. 3204 (83-3204) 3. 3059 (80-3059) 4. 3010 (70-3010) 5. 2795 (69-2795) 6. 2752 (73-2752) 7. 2682 (76-2682) 8. 2603 (70-2603) 9. 2595 (62-2595) 10. 2550 (69-2550)

1982 1992 1989 1981 2003 1977 1980 1976 2002 1990

PUNT ATTEMPTS 1. 83 (83-3204) 2. 80 (80-3059) 3. 76 (76-2682) 4. 75 (75-3268) 5. 73 (73-2752) 6. 71 (71-2522) 7. 70 (70-2603) 70 (70-3010) 9. 69 (69-2550) 69 (69-2795)

1992 1989 1980 1982 1977 1995 1976 1981 1990 2003

PUNTS HAD BLOCKED 1. 3 (66-2238) 3 (55-2175) 3 (71-2522) 3 (60-2195) 5. 2 (57-2224) 2 (80-3059) 2 (54-1823)

2000 2007 1995 1999 1998 1989 1997

AVERAGE YARDS PER PUNT 1. 44.66 (41-1831) 2001 2. 43.57 (75-3268) 1982 3. 43.00 (70-3010) 1981 4. 41.85 (62-2595) 2002 5. 41.75 (51-2129) 1970 6. 41.11 (55-2261) 1971 7. 41.00 (61-2501) 1979 8. 40.51 (69-2795) 2003 9. 40.27 (59-2376) 2006 10. 40.27 (49-1973) 1994


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PUNT YARDS 1. 11576 Gregg Lowery (278-11576) 2. 9208 Richie Rhodes (218-9208) 3. 8359 John Howard (225-8359) 4. 8343 Garey Waiters (210-8343) 5. 8222 Zach Walden (209-8222) 6. 7841 Steve Bailey (205-7841) 7. 7528 Ray Brock (197-7528) 8. 6957 Preston Newman (168-6957) 9. 6222 Bruce Peck (171-6222) 10. 5845 Jason Porch (153-5845)

1979-82 2001-04 1997-00 1984-87 2005-08 1988-90 1976-79 1968-70 1964-67 1993-95

PUNT ATTEMPTS 1. 83 Steve Lewis (83-3204) 2. 78 Steve Bailey (78-3068) 3. 75 Gregg Lowery (75-3268) 4. 72 Ray Brock (72-2752) 72 Gregg Lowery (72-2797) 6. 70 Gregg Lowery (70-3010) 7. 68 Jason Porch (68-2522) 68 Steve Bailey (68-2550) 9. 67 Richie RHODES (67-2761) 10. 63 John Howard (63-2237) 63 Ray Brock (63-2413)

1992 1989 1982 1977 1980 1981 1995 1990 2003 2000 1978

PUNT ATTEMPTS 1. 278 Gregg Lowery (278-11576) 2. 225 John Howard (225-8359) 3. 218 Richie Rhodes (218-9208) 4. 210 Garey Waiters (210-8343) 5. 209 Zach Walden (209-8222) 6. 205 Steve Bailey (205-7841) 7. 197 Ray Brock (197-7528) 8. 171 Bruce Peck (171-6222) 9. 168 Preston Newman (168-6957) 10. 153 Jason Porch (153-5845)

1979-82 1997-00 2001-04 1984-87 2005-08 1988-90 1976-79 1964-67 1968-70 1993-95

PUNTS HAD BLOCKED 1. 3 Jason Porch (68-2522) 3 Zach Walden (50-2124) 3 John Howard (57-2195) 4. 2 John Howard (63-2237) 2 John Howard (52-1823) 2 John Howard (53-2104)

1995 2007 1999 2000 1997 1998

PUNTS HAD BLOCKED 1. 9 John Howard (225-8359) 2. 5 Jason Porch (153-5845) 5 Zach Walden (209-8222) 4. 2 Richie Rhodes (218-9208)

1997-00 1993-95 2005-08 2001-04

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2001-04 1979-82 1968-70 1971 1995-96 1984-87 2005-08

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AVERAGE YARDS PER PUNT (minimum 25 attempts) 1. 45.69 Richie Rhodes (39-1782) 2. 43.57 Gregg Lowery (75-3268) 3. 43.05 Richie Rhodes (60-2583) 4. 43.00 Gregg Lowery (70-3010) 5. 42.86 Preston Newman (56-2400) 6. 42.48 Zach Walden (50-2124) 7. 41.21 Zach Walden (57-2349)

AVERAGE YARDS PER PUNT (minimum 40 attempts) 1. 42.24 Richie Rhodes (218-9208) 2. 41.64 Gregg Lowery (278-11576) 3. 41.41 Preston Newman (168-6957) 4. 41.02 Randy Liles (41-1682) 5. 40.66 Shane Seamons (62-2521) 6. 39.73 Garey Waiters (210-8343) 7. 39.34 Zach Walden (209-8222)

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PUNT YARDS 1. 3268 Gregg Lowery (75-3268) 2. 3204 Steve Lewis (83-3204) 3. 3068 Steve Bailey (78-3068) 4. 3010 Gregg Lowery (70-3010) 5. 2797 Gregg Lowery (72-2797) 6. 2761 Richie RHODES (67-2761) 7. 2752 Ray Brock (72-2752) 8. 2583 Richie Rhodes (60-2583) 9. 2550 Steve Bailey (68-2550) 10. 2522 Jason Porch (68-2522)

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Game: Yards Penalized, 176, vs UT-Chattanooga, 1957 Season: Penalties: 104, 1992 Yards: 1,084, 1982

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Interception: 100 yards by Charley Harris vs Northeast Missouri State, 1982 Kickoff: 103 yards by Ray Vinson vs Troy State, 1966 Fumble: 98 yards by Eugene Griep vs Delta State, 1962

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MOST PUNT RETURNS 1. 8 Western Illinois 2. 7 Stephen F. Austin 7 Southeast Missouri 7 Union 7 Eastern Kentucky 6. 6 Northwestern State 6 Eastern Illinois 6 at Murray State 6 at Murray State

Nov 11, 1995 Oct 01, 1998 Sep 16, 2006 Sep 17, 1999 Sep 27, 2003 Nov 09, 2002 Nov 15, 2003 Oct 04, 2003 Sep 28, 2007

MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS 1. 149 Murray State 2. 148 Stephen F. Austin 3. 142 Union 4. 138 at Murray State 5. 107 Cumberland Univ. 6. 105 Samford 7. 93 Southeast Missouri 8. 90 Southeast Missouri 9. 81 at Eastern Illinois 10. 80 Southeast Missouri

Oct 02, 2004 Oct 01, 1998 Sep 17, 1999 Sep 28, 2007 Aug 30, 2001 Nov 06, 2004 Sep 16, 2006 Nov 20, 2004 Nov 18, 2006 Oct 04, 2008

HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER KICK RETURN (2 returns) 1. 61.0 Southeast Missouri Oct 04, 2008 2-122 2. 50.7 Furman Sep 01, 2005 3-152 3. 46.6 at Murray State Sep 28, 2007 5-233 4. 46.5 Eastern Kentucky Sep 27, 2003 2-93 5. 43.2 Samford Sep 21, 2000 4-173 6. 39.0 at Southwest Texas Nov 02, 2002 3-117 7. 36.5 at Eastern Illinois Nov 13, 2004 2-73 8. 34.3 Sam Houston State Oct 24, 1998 3-103 9. 34.0 Tennessee Tech Oct 27, 2005 3-102 10. 32.8 at Samford Nov 03, 2007 5-164

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HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER PUNT RETURN (2 returns) 1. 37.2 Murray State Oct 02, 2004 4-149 2. 35.0 Samford Nov 06, 2004 3-105 3. 23.5 Northwestern State Nov 04, 2000 2-47 23.5 at Troy State Nov 17, 2001 2-47 5. 23.0 at Samford Nov 08, 2003 2-46 23.0 at Murray State Sep 28, 2007 6-138 7. 22.5 Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 4-90 8. 22.0 at Samford Oct 06, 2001 3-66 9. 21.4 Cumberland Univ. Aug 30, 2001 5-107 10. 21.1 Stephen F. Austin Oct 01, 1998 7-148 MOST KICK RETURNS 1. 11 at Sam Houston State 2. 9 Northwestern State 3. 8 at Georgia Southern 8 at Furman 5. 7 at Georgia Tech 7 Stephen F. Austin 7. 6 Tennessee State 6 West Georgia 6 at Memphis 6 at Tennessee Tech

Nov 10, 2001 Nov 07, 1998 Nov 16, 2002 Nov 27, 2004 Aug 28, 2008 Oct 26, 2002 Oct 21, 2006 Sep 07, 1996 Sep 15, 2007 Sep 28, 2002

MOST KICK RETURN YARDS 1. 233 at Murray State 2. 226 at Sam Houston State 3. 190 Stephen F. Austin 4. 173 Samford 5. 164 at Samford 6. 156 at Alabama State 7. 152 Furman 8. 142 Tennessee State 9. 139 Northwestern State 10. 134 at Tennessee Tech

Sep 28, 2007 Nov 10, 2001 Oct 26, 2002 Sep 21, 2000 Nov 03, 2007 Sep 01, 2007 Sep 01, 2005 Oct 21, 2006 Nov 07, 1998 Sep 28, 2002

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MOST FUMBLE RETURN YARDS 1. 42 at Southeast Missouri Nov 22, 2003 2. 36 at Furman Sep 02, 2006 3. 31 North Carolina A&T Sep 23, 1995 4. 22 Tennessee Tech Oct 20, 2007 5. 16 at Eastern Kentucky Sep 25, 2004 6. 13 Sam Houston State Oct 24, 1998 7. 12 Union Sep 17, 1999 8. 11 at Tennessee Tech Oct 23, 2004 9. 10 at Alabama A&M Aug 30, 2003 MOST INTERCEPTIONS 1. 5 UT Martin 5 at Chattanooga 3. 4 at Samford 4 Southeast Missouri 4 at Louisiana-Lafayette 4 Tennessee Tech 4 Chattanooga 4 at Nicholls State

5 returns 11 returns 7 returns 4 returns 5 returns 5 returns 3 returns 6 returns 9 returns 6 returns

1 returns 1 returns 1 returns 1 returns 1 returns 1 returns 1 returns 1 returns 1 returns

Oct 15, 2005 Sep 20, 2008 Nov 12, 2005 Nov 20, 2004 Nov. 11,2000 Oct 20, 2007 Sep 08, 2007 Sep 09, 2000

MOST INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 1. 108 Chattanooga Sep 08, 2007 2. 100 McNeese State Nov 24, 2001 3. 84 at Eastern Illinois Nov 18, 2006 4. 81 at Samford Nov 12, 2005 5. 70 at Nicholls State Sep 09, 2000 6. 66 UT Martin Oct 15, 2005 7. 53 Sam Houston State Oct 12, 2002 8. 50 at Southeast Missouri Sep 24, 2005 9. 49 at Murray State Oct 08, 2005 49 Southwest Texas Oct 23, 1999

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MOST FUMBLE RETURNS 1. 2 Western Kentucky 2 at Western Kentucky 2 Western Kentucky 2 Nicholls State 2 West Georgia

4 returns 3 returns 2 returns 4 returns 4 returns 5 returns 2 returns 3 returns 2 returns 3 returns

HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER INT RETURN (2 returns) 1. 42.0 at Eastern Illinois Nov 18, 2006 2-84 2. 33.3 McNeese State Nov 24, 2001 3-100 3. 27.0 Chattanooga Sep 08, 2007 4-108 4. 26.5 Sam Houston State Oct 12, 2002 2-53 5. 24.5 at Murray State Oct 08, 2005 2-49 6. 24.0 Eastern Kentucky Sep 27, 2003 2-48 7. 21.0 Samford Sep 21, 2000 2-42 8. 20.2 at Samford Nov 12, 2005 4-81 9. 17.5 at Samford Nov 03, 2007 2-35 17.5 at Nicholls State Sep 09, 2000 4-70

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LONGEST PUNT RETURN 1. 93 Patrick Plott 2. 90 Nickey Edmondson 3. 88 Maurice Dupree 4. 82 Danny Lee 5. 79 Craig Agee 79 Eurosius Parker 7. 75 Craig Agee 8. 74 Danny Lee 9. 73 Ray Gentles 10. 68 Wayne Keahey

Southwest Missouri Samford at Murray State New Haven Murray State Georgia Southern Samford North Alabama LaGrange College South Georgia

LONGEST KICK RETURN 1. 103 Ray Vinson 2. 100 Joey Hamilton 100 Danny Lee 4. 99 Maurice Dupree 5. 96 Clay Green 6. 92 Danny Lee 7 90 Freddie Casey 90 Carl Harrison 9. 89 Maurice Dupree 10. 88 Danny Lee

Troy State Oct 15, 1966 Samford Oct. 2, 1999 Delta State 1992 Southeast Missouri Oct 04, 2008 Furman Sep 01, 2005 Kentucky State Nov 14, 1992 South Georgia 1954 Troy State 1956 at Murray State Sep 28, 2007 Livingston Nov 7, 1992

LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN 1. 100 Charely Harris Northeast Missouri 2. 99 Quintin Stevenson UT Martin 3. 98 Eugene Griep Troy State 4. 97 Reggie Spenser McNeese State 5. 83 Kenny Brown at Eastern Illinois

Nov 18, 1995 Sept 2, 1989 Sept 28, 2007 Dec. 5, 1992 Oct 02, 2004 Sept. 12, 1998 Nov 06, 2004 Oct. 13, 1991 1961 1956

Nov 27, 1982 Nov 14, 1981 1960 Nov 24, 2001 Nov 18, 2006

LONGEST FUMBLE RETURN 1. 98 Eugene Griep Delta State 1962 2. 87 Lyle Darnell Livingston 1954 3. 66 Marvelle Granville Stephen F. Austin Oct 11, 1997 4. 56 DeWayne Cuffie McNeese State Oct 26, 2002 5. 43 James Hicks North Park 1947 6. 42 Dexter Sistrunk at Southeast Missouri Nov 22, 2003 MOST PUNT RETURNS 1. 7 Eurosius Parker 7 Patrick Plott 3. 6 Maurice Daugherty 6 Delvin Hughley

Stephen F. Austin Oct 01, 1998 Western Illinois Nov 11, 1995 Northwestern State Nov 09, 2002 Union Sep 17, 1999

MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS 1. 149 Craig Agee Murray State Oct 02, 2004 4 returns 2. 148 Eurosius Parker Stephen F. Austin Oct 01, 1998 7 returns 3. 122 Delvin Hughley Union College Sep 17, 1999 6 returns 4. 105 Craig Agee Samford Nov 06, 2004 3 returns 5. 104 Maurice Dupree at Murray State Sep 28, 2007 3 returns 6. 86 Neika Willis Cumberland Univ. Aug 30, 2001 2 returns 7. 85 Craig Agee Southeast Missouri Sep 16, 2006 5 returns 8. 81 Clay Green at Eastern Illinois Nov 18, 2006 5 returns 9. 78 Lewis Battle North Carolina A&T Sep 23, 1995 4 returns 10. 68 Eurosius Parker Samford University Oct 19, 1996 4 returns HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER PUNT RETURN (2 returns) 1. 43.0 Neika Willis Cumberland Univ. Aug 30, 2001 2. 37.2 Craig Agee Murray State Oct 02, 2004 3. 35.0 Craig Agee Samford Nov 06, 2004 4. 34.7 Maurice Dupree at Murray State Sep 28, 2007 5. 30.0 Neika Willis at Samford Oct 06, 2001 6. 24.0 Maurice Dupree Murray State Oct 18, 2008 7. 23.5 Quincy Bowie at Troy State Nov 17, 2001 23.5 Delvin Hughley Northwestern State Nov 04, 2000 9. 23.0 Craig Agee at Samford Nov 08, 2003 10. 21.1 Eurosius Parker Stephen F. Austin Oct 01, 1998 MOST KICK RETURNS 1. 8 Eurosius Parker 2. 7 Maurice Daugherty 3. 6 Chapman, Kory 6 Maurice Dupree 6 Terrell Johnson 6. 5 Bell, Roger 5 Quincy Bowie 5 Maurice Dupree 5 Maurice Dupree 5 Maurice Daugherty 5 Amel Jackson

Northwestern State Nov 07, 1998 Stephen F. Austin Oct 26, 2002 at Tennessee Tech Sep 28, 2002 at Georgia Tech Aug 28, 2008 at Memphis Sep 15, 2007 McNeese State Nov 24, 2001 at Sam Houston State Nov 10, 2001 at Samford Nov 03, 2007 at Southeast Missouri Nov 17, 2007 at Georgia Southern Nov 16, 2002 Southwest Missouri Sep 06, 1997

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West Georgia Western Kentucky

Sep 07, 1996 Oct 07, 1995

PUNT RETURN TDS 1. 3 2004 2. 2 1992 2 2007 2 1991 2 1978 2 2003 2 1995 AVERAGE YARDS PER PUNT RETURN 1. 18.64 (25-466) 2004 2. 18.26 (19-347) 2001 3. 17.68 (28-495) 1972 4. 17.33 (12-208) 1975 5. 16.89 (28-473) 1991 6. 14.50 (24-348) 1973 7. 14.11 (27-381) 1999 8. 13.63 (30-409) 1992 9. 13.56 (36-488) 1998 10. 12.14 (28-340) 1983

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AVERAGE YARDS PER KICK RETURN 1. 29.12 (42-1223) 1992 2. 25.51 (49-1250) 2007 3. 22.89 (28-641) 1979 4. 22.57 (35-790) 2005 5. 22.17 (40-887) 2008 6. 22.10 (31-685) 1987 7. 21.15 (27-571) 1983 8. 20.92 (24-502) 1966 9. 20.77 (31-644) 1971 10. 20.69 (26-538) 1990

INTERCEPTION RETURNS INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 1. 644 (28-644) 1989 2. 399 (20-399) 1981 3. 359 (21-359) 1966 4. 322 (17-322) 1976 5. 301 (21-301) 1991 6. 297 (27-297) 1982 7. 295 (19-295) 1992 8. 285 (19-285) 1980 9. 261 (9-261) 1990 10. 254 (18-254) 1971 254 (18-254) 2005 INTERCEPTIONS 1. 30 (30-193) 2. 28 (28-644) 3. 27 (27-297) 4. 21 (21-359) 21 (21-301) 21 (21-227) 7. 20 (20-399) 8. 19 (19-295) 19 (19-285) 19 (19-234) 19 (19-140)

1970 1989 1982 1966 1991 1968 1981 1992 1980 1983 2000

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HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER INTERCEPTION RETURN (2 returns) 1. 100.0 Charley Harris Northeast Missouri Nov 27, 1982 2. 99.0 Quintin Stevenson UT Martin Nov 14, 1981 3. 98.0 Eugene Griep Troy State 1960 4. 54.0 Drew Robinson Chattanooga Sep 08, 2007 5. 49.5 Reggie Spenser McNeese State Nov 24, 2001 6. 25.0 Darren Williams UT Martin Oct 15, 2005 7. 21.5 Russell Green Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 8. 21.0 Eric McCollough Samford Sep 21, 2000 9. 12.0 Eddie Cole Southwest Texas Oct 23, 1999

2002 1999 2007 1997 2001 1996 1992 1986 1998 1994

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Sep 08, 2007 Nov 27, 1982 Nov 24, 2001 Nov 14, 1981 1960 Nov 18, 2006 Nov 12, 2005 Oct 12, 2002 Oct 15, 2005

KICK RETURNS 1. 50 (50-1017) 2. 49 (49-855) 49 (49-1250) 4. 45 (45-845) 45 (45-828) 6. 43 (43-782) 7. 42 (42-1223) 42 (42-852) 9. 41 (41-795) 41 (41-821)

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MOST INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 1. 108 Drew Robinson Chattanooga 2. 100 Charley Harris Northeast Missouri 3 99 Reggie Spenser McNeese State 99 Quintin Stevenson UT Martin 5 98 Eugene Griep Troy State 6. 83 Kenny Brown at Eastern Illinois 7. 54 Gavin Slaughter at Samford 8. 53 Markee Coleman Sam Houston State 9. 50 Darren Williams UT Martin

1977 2003 1998 2006 2002 1992 1995 1983 1970 1991 1972

2007 1992 2002 2008 1999 1986 1997 2001 1994 1998

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Southwest Texas Oct 23, 1999 Stephen F. Austin Oct 26, 2002 at Chattanooga Sep 20, 2008 Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 Emporia State Sep 04, 2004 UT Martin Oct 15, 2005 at Louisiana-Lafayette Nov. 11,2000 Samford Sep 21, 2000 Chattanooga Sep 08, 2007 Tennessee Tech Oct 25, 2003 McNeese State Nov 24, 2001 UT Martin Oct 15, 2005

PUNT RETURNS 1. 41 (41-275) 2. 38 (38-381) 3. 36 (36-488) 4. 35 (35-310) 5. 32 (32-182) 6. 30 (30-409) 7. 28 (28-315) 28 (28-340) 28 (28-185) 28 (28-473) 28 (28-495)

KICK RETURN YARDS 1. 1250 (49-1250) 2. 1223 (42-1223) 3. 1017 (50-1017) 4. 887 (40-887) 5. 855 (49-855) 6. 852 (42-852) 7. 845 (45-845) 8. 828 (45-828) 9. 821 (41-821) 10. 795 (41-795)

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MOST INTERCEPTIONS 1. 2 Eddie Cole 2 Markee Coleman 2 A.J. Davis 2 Russell Green 2 Russell Green 2 Mike Johnson 2 Natarsha James 2 Eric McCollough 2 Drew Robinson 2 George Summers 2 Reggie Spenser 2 Darren Williams

1972 1998 1991 2004 1992 1999 2003 1973 2001 1983

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MOST FUMBLE RETURN YARDS 1. 42 Dexter Sistrunk at Southeast Missouri Nov 22, 2003 2. 36 LeMarcus Rowell at Furman Sep 02, 2006 3. 31 Riley Reynolds North Carolina A&T Sep 23, 1995 4. 22 Devin Phillips Tennessee Tech Oct 20, 2007 5. 16 LeMarcus Rowell at Eastern Kentucky Sep 25, 2004 6. 13 Eurosius Parker Sam Houston State Oct 24, 1998 7. 12 Omar Blasingame Union Sep 17, 1999 8. 11 Leroy Clark at Tennessee Tech Oct 23, 2004 9. 10 Dexter Sistrunk at Alabama A&M Aug 30, 2003 10. 8 Eric Mims Nicholls State Oct 25, 1997

PUNT RETURN YARDS 1. 495 (28-495) 2. 488 (36-488) 3. 473 (28-473) 4. 466 (25-466) 5. 409 (30-409) 6. 381 (27-381) 381 (38-381) 8. 348 (24-348) 9. 347 (19-347) 10. 340 (28-340)

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MOST FUMBLE RETURNS 1. 2 Chris Stewart 2 Sidney Tyus

2-122 4-212 3-152 2-100 2-96 2-93 2-85 3-117 2-74

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HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER KICK RETURN (2 returns) 1. 61.0 Maurice Dupree Southeast Missouri Oct 04, 2008 2. 53.0 Maurice Dupree at Murray State Sep 28, 2007 3. 50.7 Clay Green Furman Sep 01, 2005 4. 50.0 Clay Green Samford Nov 06, 2004 5. 48.0 Bell, Herman Samford Sep 21, 2000 6. 46.5 Kory Chapman Eastern Kentucky Sep 27, 2003 7. 42.5 Bell, Roger Cumberland Univ. Aug 30, 2001 9. 39.0 Maurice Daugherty at Southwest Texas Nov 02, 2002 10. 37.0 Terrell Johnson at Alabama State Sep 01, 2007

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MOST KICK RETURN YARDS 1. 212 Maurice Dupree 2. 190 Maurice Daugherty 3. 164 Maurice Dupree 4. 152 Clay Green 6. 134 Chapman, Kory 7. 129 Eurosius Parker 8. 122 Maurice Dupree 122 Terrell Johnson 10. 117 Maurice Dupree 117 Maurice Daugherty

INTERCEPTION RETURN TDS 1. 8 1989 2. 3 2007 3 1976 3 1971

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INTERCEPTION RETURNS

FUMBLE RETURN YARDS 1. 129 (5-129) 2. 71 (3-71) 3. 58 (3-58) 4. 47 (3-47) 47 (7-47) 6. 36 (2-36) 7. 28 (3-28) 8. 27 (2-27)

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FUMBLE RETURNS 1. 20 (20-0) 2. 7 (7-47) 3. 5 (5-129) 5 (5-6) 5 (5-0)

1966 1995 1998 1996 1964

FUMBLE RETURN TDS 1. 3 3 3 4. 2

1995 2002 1998 1997

KICK RETURN YARDS 1. 619 Eurosius Parker (28-619) 2. 617 Maurice Dupree (21-617) 3. 587 Danny Lee (17-587) 4. 562 Clay Green (23-562) 5. 546 Terrell Johnson (24-546) 6. 537 Maurice Dupree (19-537) 7. 512 Kory Chapman (23-512) 8. 510 A.W. Clark (21-510) 510 A.W. Clark (22-510) 10. 488 Roger Bell (23-488)

PUNT RETURNS (SEASON) PUNT RETURN YARDS 1. 477 Eurosius Parker (34-477) 1998 2. 475 Danny Lee (27-475) 1991 3. 403 Wayne Boyd (25-403) 1972 4. 400 Danny Lee (29-400) 1992 5. 369 Craig Agee (18-369) 2004 6. 361 Delvin Hughley (26-361) 1999 7. 302 Ray Vinson (18-302) 1966 8. 281 Ray Vinson (27-281) 1965 9. 268 Craig Agee (30-268) 2003 268 Nicki Edmondson (24-268) 1990

2007 1991 1992 1978 2004

AVERAGE YARDS PER PUNT RETURN (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 24.00 Neika Willis (11-264) 2001 2. 22.40 Wayne Boyd (5-112) 1971 3. 20.50 Craig Agee (18-369) 2004 4. 17.59 Danny Lee (27-475) 1991 5. 16.78 Ray Vinson (18-302) 1966 6. 16.67 Darron Edwards (9-150) 1993 7. 16.20 Clay Green (5-81) 2006 8. 16.12 Wayne Boyd (25-403) 1972 9. 15.75 Walter Broughton (12-189) 1983 10. 14.03 Eurosius Parker (34-477) 1998

Delvin Hughley

158

KICK RETURNS 1. 28 Eurosius Parker (28-619) 1998 2. 24 Terrell Johnson (24-546) 2007 3. 23 Clay Green (23-562) 2005 23 Roger Bell (23-463) 1999 23 Roger Bell (23-488) 2001 23 Solomon Rivers (23-412) 1986 23 Kory Chapman (23-512) 2003 8. 22 A.W. Clark (22-510) 1981 9. 21 A.W. Clark (21-510) 1979 21 Demetric Thomas (21-413) 1996 21 Maurice Dupree (21-617) 2007 KICK RETURN TDS 1. 3 Danny Lee

1992

AVERAGE YARDS PER KICK RETURN (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 34.53 Danny Lee (17-587) 1992 2. 30.50 Darren Williams (6-183) 2005 3. 29.38 Maurice Dupree (21-617) 2007 4. 29.25 Joey Hamilton (8-234) 1999 5. 28.53 Danny Lee (17-485) 1991 6. 28.26 Maurice Dupree (19-537) 2008 7. 28.00 Darrell Malone (9-252) 1987 8. 25.81 Herman Bell (16-413) 2000 9. 25.80 Eric Stephens (10-258) 1993 10. 25.43 Amel Jackson (14-356) 1994

PUNT RETURNS 1. 39 Jerome Coleman (39-261) 1977 2. 34 Eurosius Parker (34-477) 1998 3. 30 Craig Agee (30-268) 2003 4. 29 Danny Lee (29-400) 1992 5. 27 Ray Vinson (27-281) 1965 27 Danny Lee (27-475) 1991 7. 26 Delvin Hughley (26-361) 1999 8. 25 Wayne Boyd (25-403) 1972 9. 24 Nicki Edmondson (24-268) 1990 10. 21 Delvin Hughley (21-158) 2000 21 Derick Whitely (21-64) 1980 21 Jerome Coleman (21-68) 1978 21 Terry Stephens (21-144) 1981 PUNT RETURN TDS 1. 2 Terrell Johnson 2 Danny Lee 2 Danny Lee 2 Rod Green 2 Craig Agee

1998 2007 1992 2005 2007 2008 2003 1979 1981 2001

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 1. 178 Ray Vinson (10-178) 1966 2. 165 Darrell Malone (3-165) 1990 3. 138 Carlos Shepard (4-138) 1992 4. 135 Darrell Malone (4-135) 1989 135 Terry Harris (4-135) 1966 135 Quintin Stevenson (2-135) 1981 7. 119 Freddy Goodwin (4-119) 1989 8. 118 Bill Williamson (5-118) 1968 9. 117 Eric Davis (6-117) 1989 10. 108 Drew Robinson (2-108) 2007 INTERCEPTIONS 1. 10 Ray Vinson (10-178) 2. 7 Gary Godfrey (7-90) 7 Tim Sudduth (7-70) 7 Terry Harris (7-61) 7 Eriles McCollough (7-55) 6. 6 Eric Davis (6-117) 6 Terry Stephens (6-101) 6 Russell Green (6-96) 6 Wayne Boyd (6-77) 6 Donald Hedden (6-77) 6 Wayne Hornbuckle (6-57) 6 Ray Vinson (6-54) 6 Wayne Carden (6-47) 6 Steve Walker (6-30) 6 Hassell Walls (6-17)

1966 1970 1992 1967 2000 1989 1981 2004 1972 1967 1970 1965 1969 1983 1970

INTERCEPTION RETURN TDS 1. 3 Freddy Goodwin 2. 2 Darrell Malone 2 Ralph Battle 2 Gary Godfrey 2 William Bell

1989 1990 1980 1970 1989


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL THE Record BOOK / RETURNS

FUMBLE RETURNS (SEASON) KICK RETURNS (CAREER) FUMBLE RETURNS

1996 1998 2003 1995 2008 1995

FUMBLE RETURN TDS 1. 2 Dewayne Cuffie 2 Riley Reynolds

2002 1995

KICK RETURNS 1. 58 Clay Green (58-1368) 2003-06 2. 52 A.W. Clark (52-1195) 1978-81 3. 47 Amel Jackson (47-910) 1994-97 4. 46 Maurice Dupree (46-1239) 2006-08 46 Roger Bell (46-951) 1999-01 6. 42 Herman Bell (42-931) 1997-00 42 Kory Chapman (42-905) 2002-03 8. 36 Eurosius Parker (36-783) 1995-98 9. 34 Danny Lee (34-1072) 1990-92 10. 33 Solomon Rivers (33-622) 1986-87 1990-92 2006-08

PUNT RETURN TDS 1. 4 Danny Lee 2. 3 Rod Green 3. 2 Clay Green 2 Craig Agee 2 Terrell Johnson

1990-92 1977-79,01-04 2003-06 2003-06 2007

1987-90 1980-83 1964-66 1965-67 1991-92 2001-04 1969-71 1986-89 1969-72 1968-69

INTERCEPTIONS 1. 16 Ray Vinson (16-232) 2. 13 Darrell Malone (13-429) 13 Terry Harris (13-230) 13 Wayne Carden (13-150) 5. 12 Doug Wheeler (12-71) 6. 13 Eurosius Parker (12-68) 7. 11 Gary Godfrey (11-156) 11 Eric Davis (11-153) 11 Wayne Boyd (11-132) 11 Ralph Battle (11-113)

1964-66 1987-90 1965-67 1969-72 1964-66 1995-98 1969-71 1986-89 1970-73 1979-83

INTERCEPTION RETURN TDS 1. 3 Freddy Goodwin 3 Gary Godfrey 3 Darrell Malone 4. 2 Ralph Battle 2 Dwayne Parker 2 William Bell

1987,89 1969-71 1987-90 1979-83 1977-79 1987-89

Terry Harris

Carlos Sheppard

159

O VC

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 1. 429 Darrell Malone (13-429) 2. 256 Quintin Stevenson (10-256) 3. 232 Ray Vinson (16-232) 4. 230 Terry Harris (13-230) 5. 172 Carlos Shepard (8-172) 6. 159 Russell Green (10-159) 7. 156 Gary Godfrey (11-156) 8. 153 Eric Davis (11-153) 9. 150 Wayne Carden (13-150) 10. 145 Bill Williamson (7-145)

Darrell Malone

H IS T O RY

AVERAGE YARDS PER PUNT RETURN (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 16.20 Clay Green (5-81) 2003-06 2. 15.62 Danny Lee (56-875) 1990-92 3. 15.40 Gary Wagner (5-77) 1974-75 4. 14.89 Wayne Boyd (54-804) 1970-73 5. 14.00 Lynn Swinford (15-210) 1967-68 14.00 Maurice Daughtry (6-84) 2001,03-04 14.00 Russel Meeks (10-140) 1993 8. 13.80 Darrell Prater (5-69) 2000-03 9. 12.96 Ray Vinson (45-583) 1964-66 10. 12.57 Taurean Rhetta (7-88) 2004-07

(CAREER)

2000-03 1995

RECORDS

INTERCEPTION RETURNS

FUMBLE RETURN TDS 1. 2 Dewayne Cuffie 2 Riley Reynolds

R E V IE W

2003-06 1976-79 1990-92 1970-73 1995-98 1996-00 1964-66 1970-71 2006-08 2000-03

1995-98 1995-96 1998 2002-04 2004,06 1995 1995-97 2006-08 1994-96

O P P O NE NT S

PUNT RETURNS 1. 86 Craig Agee (86-981) 2. 72 Jerome Coleman (72-412) 3. 56 Danny Lee (56-875) 4. 54 Wayne Boyd (54-804) 54 Eurosius Parker (54-671) 6. 49 Delvin Hughley (49-543) 7. 45 Ray Vinson (45-583) 8. 36 Hassell Walls (36-264) 9. 32 Maurice Dupree (32-401) 10. 31 Neika Willis (31-354)

FUMBLE RETURNS 1. 3 Eurosius Parker (3-19) 3 Chris Stewart (3-0) 3. 2 Mark Word (2-74) 2 Dexter Sistrunk (2-58) 2 LeMarcus Rowell (2-52) 2 Riley Reynolds (2-47) 2 Eric Mims (2-8) 2 Carnell Clark (2-2) 2 Sidney Tyus (2-0)

A BO U T J S U

PUNT RETURN YARDS 1. 981 Craig Agee (86-981) 2003-06 2. 875 Danny Lee (56-875) 1990-92 3. 804 Wayne Boyd (54-804) 1970-73 4. 671 Eurosius Parker (54-671) 1995-98 5. 583 Ray Vinson (45-583) 1964-66 6. 543 Delvin Hughley (49-543) 1996-00 7. 412 Jerome Coleman (72-412) 1976-79 8. 401 Maurice Dupree (32-401) 2006-08 9. 354 Neika Willis (31-354) 2000-03 10. 289 Walter Broughton (28-289) 1980-83

AVERAGE YARDS PER KICK RETURN (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 31.53 Danny Lee (34-1072) 1990-92 2. 30.50 Darren Williams (6-183) 2005 3. 29.50 Jason Reynolds (18-531) 1991-95 4. 29.25 Joey Hamilton (8-234) 1996-99 5. 26.93 Maurice Dupree (46-1239) 2006-08 6. 25.80 Eric Stephens (10-258) 1991-93 7. 24.73 James Landrum (11-272) 1970 8. 24.57 Darrell Malone (23-565) 1987-90 9. 24.26 Maurice Daugherty (19-461) 2002 10. 24.23 Lynn Swinford (13-315) 1967-68

1961-63 1954-56 1998 1997-98 2002-04 2004,06 1995 1947-48 1998-00 1997-00

COAC HE S

PUNT RETURNS (CAREER)

KICK RETURN TDS 1. 3 Danny Lee 2. 2 Maurice Dupree

FUMBLE RETURN YARDS 1. 98 Eugene Griep (1-98) 2. 87 Lyle Darnell (1-87) 3. 74 Mark Word (2-74) 4. 66 Marvelle Granville (1-66) 5. 58 Dexter Sistrunk (2-58) 6. 52 LeMarcus Rowell (2-52) 7. 47 Riley Reynolds (2-47) 8. 43 James Hicks (1-43) 9. 35 Marcus Blandingburg (1-35) 10. 32 Cornell Buford (1-32)

G AM ECO CK S

FUMBLE RETURNS 1. 3 Chris Stewart (3-0) 2. 2 Mark Word (2-74) 2 Dexter Sistrunk (2-58) 2 Riley Reynolds (2-47) 2 Carnell Clark (2-2) 2 Sidney Tyus (2-0)

(CAREER)

O U T LO O K

KICK RETURN YARDS 1. 1368 Clay Green (58-1368) 2003-06 2. 1239 Maurice Dupree (46-1239) 2006-08 3. 1195 A.W. Clark (52-1195) 1978-81 4. 1072 Danny Lee (34-1072) 1990-92 5. 951 Roger Bell (46-951) 1999-01 6. 931 Herman Bell (42-931) 1997-00 7. 910 Amel Jackson (47-910) 1994-97 8. 905 Kory Chapman (42-905) 2002-03 9. 783 Eurosius Parker (36-783) 1995-98 10. 629 Walter Broughton (28-629) 1980-83

INT RO

FUMBLE RETURN YARDS 1. 98 Eugene Griep (1-98) 1962 2. 87 Lyle Darnell (1-87) 1954 3. 74 Mark Word (2-74) 1998 4. 66 Marvelle Granville (1-66) 1997 5. 58 Dexter Sistrunk (2-58) 2003 6. 47 Riley Reynolds (2-47) 1995 7. 43 James Hicks (1-43) 1947 8. 36 LeMarcus Rowell (1-36) 2006 9. 35 Marcus Blandingburg (1-35) 1999 10. 32 Cornell Buford (1-32) 1998


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL

THE Record BOOK / DEFENSE

MOST TACKLES 1. 152 Middle Tennessee St. 2. 136 Western Kentucky 3. 128 Western Kentucky 4. 124 Nicholls State 124 at Nicholls State 6. 121 Stephen F. Austin 7. 117 Troy State 8. 116 Murray State MOST QUARTERBACK SACKS 1. 8.0 Samford 8.0 Tennessee State 3. 7.0 Middle Tennessee St. 4. 6.0 Knoxville College MOST TACKLES FOR LOSS 1. 17.0 at Murray State 2. 16.0 at Nicholls State 16.0 Samford 4. 15.0 Knoxville College 5. 13.0 Nicholls State 6. 12.0 Northwestern State 12.0 Georgia Southern 12.0 Southeast Missouri 9. 11.0 Tennessee State 11.0 Eastern Kentucky MOST FUMBLES FORCED 1. 6 Nicholls State 2. 4 at Louisiana-Lafayette 4 at Western Kentucky 4 Furman 4 Union 4 at Eastern Kentucky

INDIVIDUAL GAME Oct 05, 1996 Oct 12, 1996 Oct 07, 1995 Sep 14, 1996 Sep 14, 1996 Oct 26, 2000 Oct 26, 1996 Oct 02, 2004 Oct 17, 1998 Oct 16, 2004 Sep 19, 1998 Sep 30, 1995 Sep 28, 2007 Sep 09, 2000 Sep 21, 2000 Sep 30, 1995 Sep 25, 1999 Nov 04, 2000 Nov 13, 1999 Sep 16, 2006 Nov 15, 2008 Sep 22, 2007 Oct 25, 1997 Nov. 11, 2000 Oct 07, 1995 Sep 01, 2005 Sep 17, 1999 Sep 30, 2006

MOST FUMBLES RECOVERED 1. 4 Nicholls State Oct 25, 1997 4 at Nicholls State Sep 21, 2002 MOST PASS BREAKUPS 1. 15 at Louisiana-Lafayette 2. 14 North Carolina A&T 3. 11 Northwestern State 4. 10 Murray State 10 at Southeast Missouri 6. 9 Western Illinois 9 Sam Houston State 8. 8 Austin Peay 8 Murray State 8 McNeese State 8 at Nicholls State 8 Union 8 at Murray State

Nov. 11,2000 Sep 23, 1995 Nov 04, 2000 Oct 02, 2004 Sep 24, 2005 Nov 11, 1995 Oct 07, 2000 Nov 01, 2008 Oct 02, 2004 Oct 16, 1999 Sep 09, 2000 Sep 17, 1999 Sep 28, 2007

MOST BLOCKED KICKS 1. 3 Eastern Illinois 2. 2 at Eastern Illinois 2 Tennessee State 2 at Tennessee-Martin 2 Nicholls State 2 at Southeast Missouri 2 Eastern Kentucky 2 at Murray State

Nov 15, 2003 Nov 13, 2004 Nov 15, 2008 Oct 09, 2004 Oct 25, 1997 Sep 24, 2005 Sep 27, 2003 Sep 28, 2007

O VC

HI S T O RY

REC ORDS

R E V IE W

O P P O NE NT S

A BO U T J S U

COAC HE S

GAM ECO CK S

O U T LO O K

INT RO

TEAM GAME

160

92-60 75-61 74-54 70-54 70-54 53-68 70-47 76-40

MOST TACKLES 1. 33 Eric Mims (19-14) 2. 21 Alexander Henderson (16-5) 21 Alexander Henderson (8-13) 21 Eric Mims (9-12) 5. 18 James, Natarsha (13-5) 18 Eric Mims (14-4) 18 Sidney Tyus (13-5)

Nicholls State Murray State at UT Martin Southwest Texas Samford West Georgia Western Kentucky

Sep 14, 1996 Oct 18, 2008 Oct 23, 2008 Nov 15, 1997 Sep 21, 2000 Sep 07, 1996 Oct 07, 1995

MOST QUARTERBACK SACKS 1. 4.0 Mark Word 3. 3.0 Derrick Sistrunk 3.0 Devin Phillips

Middle Tennessee St. at Murray State Tennessee-Martin

Sep 19, 1998 Oct 04, 2003 Oct 04, 2007

MOST TACKLES FOR LOSS 1. 4.0 Warren Blair 4.0 Dell Gaines 4.0 Natarsha James 4.0 Devin Phillips 4.0 Derrick Sistrunk 4.0 Mark Word

Middle Tennessee St. Samford Samford Tennessee-Martin at Murray State Middle Tennessee St.

Oct 05, 1996 Sep 21, 2000 Sep 21, 2000 Oct 04, 2007 Oct 04, 2003 Sep 19, 1998

MOST FUMBLES FORCED 1. 2 Craig Agee 2 Alton Murphy 2 Taylor Mitchell 2 Eurosius Parker 2 Maxwell Thurmond 2 Neika Willis

Furman Southwest Texas at Louisiana-Lafayette at Western Kentucky Nicholls State at Stephen F Austin

Sep 01, 2005 Nov 15, 1997 Nov. 11,2000 Oct 07, 1995 Oct 25, 1997 Oct 13, 2001

Eric Mims

DEFENSE (SEASON) TOTAL TACKLES 1. 1124 (682-442) 2. 1108 (612-496) 3. 951 (631-320) 4. 938 (525-413) 5. 908 (561-347) 6. 844 (560-284) 7. 817 (556-261) 8. 804 (608-196) 9. 800 (597-203) 10. 780 (410-370)

1995 1996 1999 1997 2000 1998 2004 2007 2005 2008

UNASSISTED TACKLES 1. 682 (682-442) 2. 631 (631-320) 3. 612 (612-496) 4. 608 (608-196) 5. 597 (597-203) 6. 595 (595-179) 7. 561 (561-347) 8. 560 (560-284) 9. 556 (556-261) 10. 525 (525-413)

Yards from tackles for loss 1. 329 (70-0/329) 1998 2. 302 (78-0/302) 2007 3. 272 (62-12/272) 2004 4. 257 (87-0/257) 2000 5. 256 (59-4/256) 2006 6. 255 (56-32/255) 2008 7. 251 (74-0/251) 1999 8. 236 (70-0/236) 1997 236 (76-0/236) 1995 10. 230 (55-0/230) 2003

1995 1999 1996 2007 2005 2003 2000 1998 2004 1997

ASSISTED TACKLES 1. 496 (612-496) 2. 442 (682-442) 3. 413 (525-413) 4. 370 (410-370) 5. 347 (561-347) 6. 329 (408-329) 7. 320 (631-320) 8. 288 (454-288) 9. 284 (560-284) 10. 261 (556-261)

QUARTERBACK SACKS 1. 35.5 (33-5/249) 2. 27.0 (26-2/153) 3. 24.0 (22-4/160) 4. 22.5 (21-3/121) 5. 21.5 (20-3/150) 21.5 (19-5/140) 7. 20.0 (19-2/120) 8. 19.0 (16-6/119) 9. 17.0 (16-2/77) 10. 16.5 (15-3/129)

1998 2003 2004 1995 2007 1997 2005 2008 2001 2006

1996 1995 1997 2008 2000 2002 1999 2001 1998 2004

1998 2004 2003 2007 1997 2006 1995 2005 2008 1996

QB HURRIES 1. 84 2. 41 3. 39 4. 25 5. 24 6. 22 22

Tackles for loss 1. 87.0 (87-0/257) 2. 78.0 (78-0/302) 3. 76.0 (76-0/236) 4. 74.0 (74-0/251) 5. 72.0 (56-32/255) 6. 70.0 (70-0/329) 70.0 (70-0/236) 8. 68.0 (62-12/272) 9. 66.0 (47-38/217) 10. 61.0 (59-4/256)

YARDS FROM SACKS 1. 249 (33-5/249) 2. 160 (22-4/160) 3. 153 (26-2/153) 4. 150 (20-3/150) 5. 140 (19-5/140) 6. 129 (15-3/129) 7. 121 (21-3/121) 8. 120 (19-2/120) 9. 119 (16-6/119) 10. 86 (13-1/86)

PASS BREAKUPS 1. 68 2000 2. 66 1995 3. 50 2004 4. 47 1999 5. 42 2008 6. 35 2005 35 1996 8. 34 2007 34 2003 10. 32 1998

2000 2007 1995 1999 2008 1998 1997 2004 2002 2006

FUMBLES FORCED 1. 23 1997 2. 15 1995 15 1998 4. 13 2005 13 1999 6. 12 2007 7. 11 2001 8. 10 2000 10 2008 10 2002

FUMBLES RECOVERED 1. 24 1997 2. 17 2003 3. 16 1995 4. 15 1998 5. 13 2002 6. 12 2001 7. 11 2004 11 1999 11 2000 10. 10 2007 10 2005

1998 1997 2006 2005 2007 2000 2008

BLOCKED KICKS 1. 8 2003 2. 5 2008 5 2004 4. 4 2007 5. 3 2005 3 1999


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL THE Record BOOK / DEFENSE (SEASON)

DEFENSE (SEASON)

QUARTERBACK SACKS 1. 14.5 Mark Word (14-1/78) 2. 8.0 Riley Reynolds (7-2/52) 8.0 Warren Blair (8-0/49) 4. 7.0 Calvin Nichols (7-0/63) 7.0 Devin Phillips (7-0/59)

1998 1995 1997 1998 2007

YARDS FROM SACKS 1. 78 Mark Word (14-1/78) 2. 63 Calvin Nichols (7-0/63) 3. 59 Devin Phillips (7-0/59) 4. 52 Riley Reynolds (7-2/52) 5. 49 Warren Blair (8-0/49) 6. 33 Derrick Sistrunk (5-0/33) 7. 32 Jamison Wadley (5-0/32)

1998 1998 2007 1995 1997 2003 2008

FUMBLES FORCED 1. 4 Mark Word 4 Tony Gordon 4 Craig Agee 4 Eric Mims 5. 3 Delvin Hughley 3 Eric Mims 3 Delvin Hughley 3 Eurosius Parker 3 Taylor Mitchell

1998 1997 2005 1997 2000 1996 1997 1995 1999

1995-97 1997-00 1996-99 1997-00 2002-06 2001-04 1995-98 1999-02 2001-04 1995-97

UNASSISTED TACKLES 1. 253 Natarsha James (253-119) 2. 227 Eric Mims (227-151) 3. 176 Kenny Brown (176-62) 4. 170 Alton Murphy (170-116) 5. 156 Jonathan Crutcher (156-81) 6. 153 Eurosius Parker (153-67) 7. 150 Cornell Buford (150-97) 8. 140 Russell Green (140-73) 9. 138 Delvin Hughley (138-67) 10. 135 Haneef Haqq (135-61) 135 Sidney Tyus (135-67)

1997-00 1995-97 2002-06 1996-99 2001-04 1995-98 1997-00 2001-04 1996-00 2001-05 1994-96

ASSISTED TACKLES 1. 151 Eric Mims (227-151) 2. 119 Natarsha James (253-119) 3. 116 Alton Murphy (170-116) 4. 98 Warren Blair (113-98) 5. 97 Cornell Buford (150-97) 6. 86 Markee Coleman (130-86) 7. 81 Jonathan Crutcher (156-81) 81 David Mahaffey (88-81) 9. 77 Alexander Henderson (104-77) 10. 73 Russell Green (140-73)

1995-97 1997-00 1996-99 1995-97 1997-00 1999-02 2001-04 1995-96 2006-08 2001-04

TACKLES FOR LOSS 1. 32.0 Warren Blair (32-0/124) 2. 27.0 Devin Phillips (27-0/136) 3. 23.0 David Mahaffey (23-0/85) 4. 21.5 Derrick Sistrunk (20-3/82) 5. 21.0 Calvin Nichols (21-0/83) 21.0 Jonathan Crutcher (16-10/65) 7. 20.5 LeMarcus Rowell (20-1/78) 8. 20.0 Cornell Buford (20-0/62) 20.0 Jermaine Hoyt (19-2/64) 10. 19.0 Shelton Deramus (19-0/40)

1995-97 2005-07 1995-96 2002-05 1998-99 2001-04 2004,06 1997-00 1999-02 1995-96

YARDS FROM TACKLES FOR LOSS 1. 136 Devin Phillips (27-0/136) 2. 124 Warren Blair (32-0/124) 3. 85 David Mahaffey (23-0/85) 4. 83 Calvin Nichols (21-0/83)

2005-07 1995-97 1995-96 1998-99

FUMBLES FORCED 1. 8 Eric Mims 2. 7 Delvin Hughley 3. 6 Eurosius Parker 4. 5 Taylor Mitchell 5 Tony Gordon 5 Craig Agee 7. 4 Maxwell Thurmond 4 Devin Phillips 4 Mark Word 4 Warren Blair 4 Alton Murphy

1995-97 1996-00 1995-98 1998-00 1995-97 2003-06 1997-00 2005-07 1998 1995-97 1996-99

FUMBLES RECOVERED 1. 8 Eurosius Parker 2. 7 Alton Murphy 3. 6 Eric Mims 6 Jonathan Crutcher 5. 4 Delvin Hughley 4 Calvin Nichols 4 Cornell Buford 4 Carnell Clark 4 Dexter Sistrunk 4 Dewayne Cuffie 4 Mark Word 4 Warren Blair

1995-98 1996-99 1995-97 2001-04 1996-00 1998-99 1997-00 2006-08 2002-04 2000-03 1998 1995-97

PASS BREAKUPS 1. 34 Delvin Hughley 2. 29 Eurosius Parker 3. 24 Natarsha James 4. 17 Rod Green 17 Tony Gordon 6. 16 Carnell Clark 7. 13 Dexter Sistrunk 13 Markee Coleman 9. 12 Eric Mims 10. 11 Darron Edwards 11 T.J. Heath 11 Jarvis Smith

1996-00 1995-98 1997-00 1977-79, 01-04 1995-97 2006-08 2002-04 1999-02 1995-97 1993-95 2007-08 2005,07

QB HURRIES 1. 27 Mark Word 2. 17 Calvin Nichols 3. 15 Dedrick Riley 4. 13 Warren Blair 5. 12 Greg Green 6. 11 John Scott 7. 8 Aaron Jones 8 Zevon Garth 9. 7 Brandt Thomas 7 Gavin Davis 7 Devin Phillips

1998 1998-99 1998-99 1995-97 2003-06 2004-07 2005-07 1995-97 2006-08 1997-99 2005-07

O VC

2007 1998 1998 1997 1996 2006 2008 2003 2006 1999

TOTAL TACKLES 1. 378 Eric Mims (227-151) 2. 372 Natarsha James (253-119) 3. 286 Alton Murphy (170-116) 4. 247 Cornell Buford (150-97) 5. 238 Kenny Brown (176-62) 6. 237 Jonathan Crutcher (156-81) 7. 220 Eurosius Parker (153-67) 8. 216 Markee Coleman (130-86) 9. 213 Russell Green (140-73) 10. 211 Warren Blair (113-98)

1995-97 2005-07 1998 1998-99 2002-05 2005-07 1995 1995-96 2003-06 2004,06

BLOCKED KICKS 1. 8 Taurean Rhetta 2. 3 Darrell Prater

2004-07 2000-03

161

H IS T O RY

YARDS FROM TACKLES FOR LOSS 1. 92 Devin Phillips (17-0/92) 2. 80 Mark Word (14-0/80) 3. 64 Calvin Nichols (14-0/64) 4. 62 Warren Blair (14-0/62) 5. 52 David Mahaffey (12-0/52) 6. 46 LeMarcus Rowell (12-0/46) 7. 43 Jamison Wadley (8-1/43) 8. 40 Derrick Sistrunk (9-0/40) 9. 37 Aaron Jones (6-0/37) 37 Cornell Buford (10-0/37)

DEFENSE (CAREER)

YARDS FROM SACKS 1. 97 Warren Blair (16-0/97) 2. 91 Devin Phillips (11-2/91) 3. 78 Mark Word (14-1/78) 4. 72 Calvin Nichols (9-0/72) 5. 60 Derrick Sistrunk (10-2/60) 6. 55 Aaron Jones (6-0/55) 7. 52 Riley Reynolds (7-2/52) 8. 51 David Mahaffey (8-2/51) 9. 49 Greg Green (7-2/49) 10. 45 LeMarcus Rowell (8-0/45)

RECORDS

2007 1998 1998 1997 2006 1996 2000 1995 2000 1995

2007 2003 2001 2008 1999 2004 2004 2005 2006

1995-97 1998 2005-07 2002-05 1995-96 1998-99 2004,06 2003-06 1995 2001-05

R E V IE W

TACKLES FOR LOSS 1. 17.0 Devin Phillips (17-0/92) 2. 14.0 Calvin Nichols (14-0/64) 14.0 Mark Word (14-0/80) 14.0 Warren Blair (14-0/62) 5. 12.0 LeMarcus Rowell (12-0/46) 12.0 David Mahaffey (12-0/52) 7. 11.0 Taylor Mitchell (11-0/23) 11.0 Shelton Deramus (11-0/20) 11.0 Dell Gaines (11-0/20) 11.0 David Mahaffey (11-0/33)

BLOCKED KICKS 1. 4 Taurean Rhetta 2. 3 Darrell Prater 3. 2 Spencer Gordon 2 Monte’ Lewis 2 Delvin Hughley 2 Rod Green 2 LeMarcus Rowell 2 Taurean Rhetta 2 Taurean Rhetta

QUARTERBACK SACKS 1. 16.0 Warren Blair (16-0/97) 2. 14.5 Mark Word (14-1/78) 3. 12.0 Devin Phillips (11-2/91) 4. 11.0 Derrick Sistrunk (10-2/60) 5. 9.0 David Mahaffey (8-2/51) 9.0 Calvin Nichols (9-0/72) 7. 8.0 LeMarcus Rowell (8-0/45) 8.0 Greg Green (7-2/49) 8.0 Riley Reynolds (7-2/52) 10. 7.0 Gavin Slaughter (6-2/42)

O P P O NE NT S

1997 2008 1996 1996 1995 1996 1996 1996 2000

1998 1998 1998 1997 2006

2002-05 1998 2004,06 2003-06 2005-07 2001-04

A BO U T J S U

ASSISTED TACKLES 1. 64 Eric Mims (81-64) 2. 51 Alexander Henderson (52-51) 3. 50 Eric Mims (79-50) 4. 44 Kelcey Lucas (63-44) 5. 42 David Mahaffey (45-42) 42 Teon Knox (51-42) 7. 41 Chris Stewart (44-41) 8. 40 Warren Blair (46-40) 40 Markee Coleman (40-40)

QB HURRIES 1. 27 Mark Word 2. 17 Calvin Nichols 3. 15 Dedrick Riley 4. 13 Warren Blair 5. 10 Greg Green

Derrick Sistrunk (20-3/82) Mark Word (14-0/80) LeMarcus Rowell (20-1/78) Greg Green (18-1/69) Aaron Jones (9-0/65) Jonathan Crutcher (16-10/65)

COAC HE S

1995 1999 1997 1996 2000 1995 2000 1999 1996 2005

2000 2000 1995 1995 1996 1995 2000

82 80 78 69 65 65

G AM ECO CK S

UNASSISTED TACKLES 1. 84 Sidney Tyus (84-38) 2. 82 Natarsha James (82-28) 3. 81 Eric Mims (81-64) 4. 79 Eric Mims (79-50) 5. 73 Natarsha James (73-38) 6. 67 Eric Mims (67-37) 7. 64 Eril McCollough (64-23) 64 Cornell Buford (64-39) 9. 63 Kelcey Lucas (63-44) 10. 57 Kenny Brown (57-16)

PASS BREAKUPS 1. 14 Delvin Hughley 2. 11 Natarsha James 11 Darron Edwards 11 Eurosius Parker 11 Eurosius Parker 6. 10 Tony Gordon 10 Eriles McCollough

5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

O U T LO O K

1997 1996 1995 2000 1999 1996 1995 1999 2008

2002 1997 1997 1998

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TOTAL TACKLES 1. 145 Eric Mims (81-64) 2. 129 Eric Mims (79-50) 3. 122 Sidney Tyus (84-38) 4. 111 Natarsha James (73-38) 5. 110 Natarsha James (82-28) 6. 107 Kelcey Lucas (63-44) 7. 104 Eric Mims (67-37) 8. 103 Cornell Buford (64-39) 103 Alexander Henderson (52-51)

FUMBLES RECOVERED 1. 4 Dewayne Cuffie 4 Alton Murphy 4 Eric Mims 4 Mark Word


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JSU versus Ranked Opponents 1995 1996 1996 1996 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1998 1998 1998

#4 Troy State #9 SF Austin #4 Troy State #7 at SW Mo. St. at #2 Troy State #11 McNeese St. at #13 SF Austin #15 Nicholls State #24 SW Missouri at #1 McNeese St. #3 Ga. Southern #9 NW State

L, 35-7 L, 42-10 L, 31-21 L, 34-9 L, 49-0 L, 27-6 L, 41-15 L,16-14 L,47-42 L,30-14 L,51-32 L,53-36

Jacksonville State in the NCAA FCS Polls No. 24 No. 24 No. 22 No. 22 No. 24 No. 24 No. 25-t No. 23 No. 20 No. 21 No. 23 No. 20 No. 22 No. 24 No. 24 No. 24 No. 24 No. 20 No. 21 No. 19 No. 19 No. 17 No. 18 No. 18 No. 22 No. 15 No. 16 No. 14 No. 14 No. 12 No. 12 No. 20 No. 21 No. 15 No. 16 No. 14 No. 14 No. 14 No. 14 No. 20 No. 21 No. 21 No. 25 No. 22 No. 23 No. 18 No. 19 No. 23 No. 23 No. 20 No. 21 No. 21 No. 24 No. 22 No. 23

October 17, 1995 October 24, 1995 October 26, 1998 November 2, 1998 November 9, 1998 November 16, 1998 September 25, 2001 October 1, 2001 October 8, 2001 October 8, 2001 October 16, 2001 October 23, 2001 October 23, 2001 Pre-season, 2002 August 24, 2002 September 1, 2002 September 8, 2002 November 10, 2003 November 10, 2003 November 17, 2003 November 17, 2003 November 24, 2003 November 24, 2003 December 22, 2003 September 27, 2004 October 4, 2004 October 4, 2004 October 11, 2004 October 11, 2004 October 18, 2004 October 18, 2004 October 25, 2004 October 25, 2004 November 1, 2004 November 1, 2004 November 8, 2004 November 8, 2004 November 15, 2004 November 15, 2004 Pre-season, 2005 September 5, 2005 September 5, 2005 September 18, 2006 September 29, 2008 September 29, 2008 October 6, 2008 October 6, 2008 October 13, 2008 October 13, 2008 October 20, 2008 October 20, 2008 November 17, 2008 November 17, 2008 December 24, 2008 December 24. 2008

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1998 1999 1999 1999 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001

(Since 1995) #14 Troy State #3 Ga. Southern at #22 SF Austin at #6 Troy State at #22 McNeese #10 NW State #3 Troy State at #23 SF Austin #21 SW Texas at #15 NW State at #18 Sam Houston #11 McNeese State

L, 31-7 L,51-14 L,33-16 L,35-16 L,28-0 W,28-24 L, 28-0 L, 44-37 W, 38-17 L, 42-17 L, 55-30 L, 31-21

2002 #2 McNeese State L, 28-22 2002 #3 Northwestern State W, 19-10 2003 #8 Western Kentucky L, 45-7 2004 #2 Furman L, 49-7 2005 #2 Furman L, 37-35 2005 #22 Eastern Illinois L, 10-6

2006 2006 2007 2008 2008

#5 Furman #17 Eastern Illinois #25 Eastern Illinois at #16 Eastern Illinois #15 Tennessee State

L, 17-13 L, 28-24 L, 37-23 W, 23-10 W, 26-21

Nail-Biting Finishes The Gamecocks have recorded TEN wins in the final 2:00 of the game since the 1993 season. Here’s a breakdown of each game: Oct. 20, 1994 JSU 32, Northeast Louisiana 28 0:29 - Jermelle Pruitt 10-yard rush Nov. 11, 1995 - JSU 32, Western Illinois 27 0:00 - JeDarius Issac 42-yard pass to Patrick Plott Sept. 13, 1997 - JSU 28, Sam Houston State 21 0:49 - Montressa Kirby 13-yard pass to Ronald Bonner Sept. 26, 1998 - JSU 21, Nicholls State 20 0:03 - Montressa Kirby 13-yard pass to Ronald Bonner Aug. 31, 2002 - JSU 20, Alabama A&M 17 0:01 - Steven Lee 41-yard Fieldgoal Sept. 29, 2002 - JSU 35, Tennessee Tech 29 0:28 - Kory Chapman 7-yard rush Sept. 28, 2004 JSU 30, Eastern Kentucky 23 0:31 Maurice Mullins 3-yard pass to Jarvis Houston Oct. 28, 2006 – JSU 17, Tennessee Tech 10 (OT) OT – Matt Hardin 17-yard pass to Taurean Rhetta Oct. 4, 2007 - JSU 27, Tennessee-Martin 24 1:46- Cedric Johnson 8-yard pass to Taurean Rhetta Nov. 15, 2008 - JSU 26, Tennessee State 21 0:13- Calvin Middleton 1-yard rush


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Rhode Island Miami, Fla. Anniston, Ala. Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Huntsville, Tex. Paul Snow Stadium Florence, Ala. Florence, Ala. Florence, Ala. Cedar Falls, Iowa Paul Snow Stadium Birmingham, Ala. Paul Snow Stadium Troy, Ala. Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Birmingham, Ala. Paul Snow Stadium Troy, Ala. Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Murray, Ky. Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Greenville, SC Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Greenville, SC Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Starkville, Miss. Paul Snow Stadium Chattanooga, Tenn. Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Clarksville, Tenn. Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium Martin, Tenn. Paul Snow Stadium Paul Snow Stadium

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Network ABC Alabama Cable Network BET Cable College Sports Southeast College Sports Television Comcast-Charter Sports Southeast CSTV

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Local BET ABC ABC-TV Regional ABC-TV Regional ABC-TV Regional Cable ESPN Nationally ESPN Nationally ESPN Nationally Cable Cable Cable Fox SportsNet A.C.N. Fox SportsNet A.C.N. A.C.N. CSSE Fox SportsNet CSSE CSS CSS Fox SportsNet CSS CSS WJXS-TV 24 WJXS-TV 24 CSS CSS WJXS-TV 24 WJXS-TV 24 WJXS-TV 24 WJXS-TV 24 Fox SportsNet WJXS-TV 24 Football Network WJXS-TV 24 WJXS-TV 24 WJXS-TV 24 CSS WJXS-TV 24 WJXS-TV 24 CSS CSTV WJXS-TV 24 WJXS-TV 24 WJXS-TV 24 WJXS-TV 24 WJXS-TV 24 CSTV CSS CSS CSS CSS WJXS-TV 24 CSS CSS WJXS-TV 24 CSS ESPNU CSS CSS WJXS-TV 24 WJXS-TV 24 WJXS-TV 24 ESPNU WJXS-TV 24 WJXS-TV 24

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Result

Won 12-10 Won 21-7 Won 31-7 Won 24-14 Won 34-21 Lost 19-14 Won, 34-16 Lost, 3-0 Lost 23-6 Won 17-13 Lost 35-14 Lost 30-23 Lost 34-16 Lost 16-14 Lost 49-0 Won, 22-16 Won 21-0 Lost 31-7 Lost 34-18 Lost 45-42 Lost 35-16 Won, 36-16 Lost, 26-23 Lost, 27-21 Won - 28-24 Lost, 28-0 Won, 72-10 Won, 34-15 Won, 20-17 Won, 37-23 Won, 28-22 Lost, 27-20 Won, 19-10 Lost, 28-16 Lost, 23-17 (OT) Won, 34-24 Won, 37-20 Won, 36-24 Won, 25-16 Won, 35-14 Won, 49-35 Won, 51-18 Won, 47-9 Lost 49-7 Lost, 37-35 Lost, 21-18 Lost, 31-14 Won, 37-31 Won, 43-17 Lost, 10-6 Lost, 17-13 Won, 38-7 Won, 49-7 Lost, 35-3 Lost, 38-31 Won, 13-10 Won, 55-7 Won, 33-19 Lost, 31-20 Won, 27-24 Won, 42-9 Won, 38-10 Lost, 37-23 Won, 45-18 Won, 38-17 Won, 31-21 Lost, 31-30 Won, 35-22 Won, 26-21

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Refrigerator Bowl – Rhode Island Orange Blossom Classic – Florida A&M Grantland Rice Bowl - NDSU Alabama State NE Missouri State at SW Texas State Angelo State Div. II National Title – Mississippi College Div. II National Title – Pittsburgh State Div. II National Title at Northern Iowa Middle Tennessee State UAB Nicholls State at Troy State Stephen F. Austin Samford Troy State at Samford Nicholls State at Troy State Samford Sam Houston State Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State Troy State Cumberland University Nicholls State Alabama A&M Samford Sam Houston State Stephen F. Austin Northwestern State North Alabama Murray State UT-Martin Tennessee Tech Eastern Illinois Emporia State Murray State Tennessee State Samford Southeast Missouri State Furman Furman Chattanooga Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Martin Tennessee Tech Eastern Illinois at #5 Furman Southeast Missouri State Murray State at Mississippi State Tennessee State Chattanooga Samford Chattanooga Eastern Kentucky Tennessee-Martin at Austin Peay Tennessee Tech Eastern Illinois Alabama A&M Southeast Missouri Murray State at UT Martin Austin Peay Tennessee State

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Annual Champion-Rushing

1947-John Williams, 931 yards on 150 carries

Annual Champion-Punting

1981-Gregg Lowery, 43.5 yard avg. on 64 punts

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Annual Champion-Kickoff Returns 1992-Danny Lee, 39.4 yard avg. on 12 returns

Annual Champion-Punt Returns 2004-Craig Agee, 20.5 yard avg. on 18 returns

Annual Champion-Field Goals 2007-Gavin Hallford, 2.0 per game

Single Season Average

2nd-1992, Danny Lee, 39.4 yard avg. on 12 returns

Annual Champion-Scoring Defense

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1989-7.0 points per game

Single Season Average

2nd-1992, Danny Lee, 39.4 yard avg. on 12 returns

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Annual Champion-Punt Returns 2004-18.64 yard average on 25 returns

Career Leader – Blocked Punts 8 – Taurean Rhetta, 2004-07

JSU vs Division I-A schools 1994 at NE Louisiana, Won 32-28 1995 at Arkansas State, Lost 37-6 1996 at UAB, Lost 24-17 1996 at NE Louisiana, Lost 31-28 1997 at UAB, Lost 34-16 2000 at Louisiana-Lafayette, Won 28-14 2001 at Arkansas State, Won 31-28

All-Star Games Senior Bowl (Mobile)

1974 1979 1994

Dieter Brock, QB Jesse Baker, DL Sean Richardson, RB

Blue-Gray Classic (Montgomery, Ala.) 1955 1959 1998 2000

Al Woodham, HB Jim Glasgow, OT Mark Word, DE Delvin Hughley, DB

East West Shrine Bowl 1979

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Jesse Baker, DL

2001 2002 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008

at Troy State, Lost 21-3 at Mississippi State, Lost, 51-19 at Kansas, Lost 41-6 at UAB, Lost, 35-28 at Mississippi State, Lost 35-3 at Memphis, Lost, 35-14 at Georgia Tech, Lost 41-14


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Carnell Clark

2007

Gavin Hallford

2005

Clay Green

2005

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1998

1998

1996

1993

1993

1992

1992

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1988

1988

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Deon White

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Jeremy Sullivan

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Montressa Kirby

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Mark Word

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Darron Edwards

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Curtis McDaniel

DT

Danny Lee

RS

Richie Rhodes

Delvin Hughley

Eurosious Parker

Eric Mims

Ja’Karl Barnett

Ja’Karl Barnett

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LB

Wendell Kelley

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John Sanders

DT

Danny Lee

RS

Orlando Adams

DT

Judge Stringer

DE

Joe Billingsley

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1978

1977

1977

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1974

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1970

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1954

1953

1947

1946

Ed Lett

QB

Jesse Baker

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Jesse Baker

DT

Gary Wagner

LB

Simon Shephard

Butch Barker

Butch Barker

Calvin Word

LB

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TE

OT

Calvin Word

OT

Alan Paseur

OG

Boyce Callahan

Bruce Nichols

Jimmy Champion

Terry Harris

Ray Vinson

Al Carter

TB

OT C

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DB

HB

Bill Nichols

HB

Billy Hicks

FB

Jimmy Glasgow

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Al Woodham

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John Williams

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Jodie Connell

Blackie Heath

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Ed Lett

Gregg Lowery

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Richie Rhodes

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1982

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Oscar Bonds

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1982

Joe Billingsley

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John Pettus

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Rod Olds

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Blackie Heath 1946

Blackie Heath was the first football player to grab All-America honors at Jacksonville State under Coach Don Salls, and he set the precedent for many to follow. Known for his blazing speed, Heath played tailback on the 1946 team and led the team in rushing and total offense.

1961

Arland “Al” Carter picked up his All-American honor in 1961 after leading JSU to a 6-2-1 record. Carter led the Alabama Collegiate Conference in total offense and was named the most valuable back in the ACC. Carter played tailback in the Gamecocks’ single-wing formation.

John Williams

Ray Vinson

Fullback John Williams, a tough 185-pound bulldozer of a runner, ripped his way for 997 yards to set a new standard in modern times for yards gained at Jacksonville State. The mark stood for seven years until another Gamecock All-America came along to clip the mark. During the 1947 campaign, the Gamecocks knocked off nine-straight foes, blanking five, and it was the fine running and leadership of one John Williams who led the way. John went on to become a Lt. Commander in the U.S. Navy.

Ray Vinson earned Associated Press All-America honors in 1966 and was one of the most talented players to ever put on a Gamecock uniform. Vinson led Jax State in every offensive department as a freshman and broke records on defense as a senior. He intercepted 13 passes his senior year and, although he wasn’t drafted in the pro draft, he was signed by the San Diego Chargers. The Oxford, Ala., native finished with a total of 15 interceptions at Jacksonville State and his pass interception marks, season and career (16), will probably never be broken.

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Al Carter

1947

Jodie Connell 1953

When fans gather at Homecoming or whenever Gamecock football is the subject, the name of Jodie Connell always pops up in the conversation. Jodie, playing with only one arm, mastered everyone who dared line up in front in the 1953 season. He was a first-team Associated Press selection at the guard position.

Al Woodham 1954

Perhaps the fastest halfback to ever carry football at Jacksonville State, Al Woodham erased John Williams’ rushing record of 997 yards with a total of 1,024 yards in 1954. For his efforts, Woodham was chosen for AllAmerican honors and earned the school’s first trip to the Blue-Gray Game in Montgomery, Ala.

Billy Hicks 1955

One of the really outstanding runners in Gamecock football history is AllAmerican Billy Hicks. His finest hour came in the 1955 Refrigerator Bowl in Evansville, Ind., when he helped Jax State whip Rhode Island, 12-10, to give the Gamecocks a 10-1 record. Hicks, a giant of a man (6-2, 245), played a couple of seasons in the Canadian Football League after his career at Jacksonville State.

Jim Glasgow 1957

At 6-5 and 235 pounds, Glasgow was one of the largest, toughest and fastest tackles in the country, and his fine play earned him All-America honors. Glasgow became the second JSU player to play in the Blue-Gray Game in Montgomery, Ala., joining Al Woodham.

Bill Nichols 1958

Bill Nichols, a fellow who didn’t resemble a football player until he got the ball because of his size, outran everyone during the 1958 season to earn AllAmerica honors. Nichols became just the second player in JSU history to rush for more than 1,000 yards after gaining 1,051 yards in 1958.

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1966

Terry Harris 1967

Terry Harris, like Ray Vinson, was a versatile player who excelled on both offense and defense, but defense was where he shined the brightest. Harris’ defensive efforts earned him Little All-America recognition from the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). Terry signed with the San Diego Chargers. Terry held the record for most yards pass receiving (career) for more than 30 years and had 13 interceptions in two seasons. It was Harris’ leadership on defense in 1967 that helped Jax State intercept 23 passes in 10 games.

Jimmy Champion 1970

Jimmy Champion, Jacksonville State’s “champion” blocker at center in 1970 when the Gamecocks went 10-0-0 and won the Orange Blossom Classic, will be ranked as one of the all-time great linemen in JSU history. He was the first player to ever make first-team AP and NAIA All-America at Jacksonville State. His blocking helped the Gamecocks score 35 points per game and average close to 400 yards total offense per game. He was a four-year starter at Jacksonville State.

Bruce Nichols 1971

Bruce Nichols was deserving of Little All-America honors in two seasons but made the selection only once, his senior year. He asked not to be considered his junior year so that several outstanding seniors that year could receive more consideration. A four-year starter, Bruce signed with the Dallas Cowboys following the 1971 season. He was also a two-time all-conference pick. His blocking allowed the Gamecocks to average 34 points per game for two years.

Alan Paseur 1972

Alan Paseur’s climb to fame at Jacksonville State University is an example of what hard work and dedication can achieve. Not blessed with outstanding ability and seemingly beset with hard luck, Paseur overcame both on his way to Little All-America honors at JSU. Paseur overcame two serious knee operations and worked to support a family of two on his way to LAA honors. Not bad for a guy who weighed 170 pounds in high school and the person whose services were only wanted by the military recruiter. Paseur was named to the NAIA postseason squad.


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Boyce Callahan 1973

Calvin Word

1981 • 1982

Ed Lett garnered All-America honors in both his junior and senior seasons after guiding the Gamecocks to back-to-back Gulf South Conference titles in 1981 and 1982. In both those seasons, the quarterback was named the GSC’s Offensive Player of the Year after guiding an offense that led the GSC in rushing, total offense and scoring. His 22 touchdown passes in 1982 still stands as the school record and helped him earn “Alabama Amateur Athlete of the Year” honors. He is Jax State’s career leader in pass attempts, completions, yards, touchdowns, completion percentage and passing yards per game.

Gary Wagner

Greg Lowery received All-America honors from the Associated Press in 1982 after the punter’s leg played a key role in guiding the Gamecocks to their second-straight Gulf South championship and a trip to the semifinals of the NCAA playoffs. Rhodes punted for a total of 3,268 yards, which not only led the Gulf South Conference, but still stands as the school record. Over his fouryear career, he punted the ball 278 times, still the most in Jax State history. Following his JSU career, Lowery signed with the Atlanta Falcons.

1988

Judge Stringer was a three-year starter at defensive tackle and moved to defensive end his senior season and earned All-American honors in 1988. During his three-year tenure at tackle, Stringer garnered 95 tackles and 116 assists for a total of 211. He also caused three fumbles and tallied 12 sacks. During his junior campaign, Stringer led the team in sacks with 10 and finished with 40 tackles and 53 assists. Was named an All-Gulf South Conference candidate during his senior season.

John Sanders

1980

Simon Shephard was named to the Associated Press All-America team in 1980 after helping the Gamecocks to an 8-3 record and a berth into the NCAA Play-offs. Shephard, a native of Summerville, S.C., came to Jacksonville State without a scholarship, but led the Gamecocks with 84 tackles and eight sacks. He had three fumble recoveries and intercepted two passes for 47 yards.

1991

John Sanders helped the Gamecocks to the 1991 Gulf South Conference Title and into the NCAA Division II National Championship game after earning All-American honors. Jax State posted an 12-1 record and a perfect record in the Gulf South Conference. He was a first-team All-GSC performer at defensive tackle as the Gamecocks led the GSC in total defense (267.7 yards per game) and scoring defense, allowing just 8.7 points per game.

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1989

Orlando Adams made an impact on a national scale in 1989, when he earned All-America honors after collecting a team-high 102 tackles and guiding the Gamecocks to their second consecutive Gulf South Conference title. The defensive lineman recorded five sacks and 11 tackles for a loss in guiding a defense that led the GSC in passing defense and scoring defense. After a stellar career at JSU, Adams continued his football career at the pro level when he signed with the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Butch Barker earned consecutive All-America honors in 1977 and 1978. The Weaver, Ala., native set the school record for career touchdown receptions with 14 in addition to being honored as one of the top five student-athletes in the country by the NCAA. He finished the 1978 season by leading the Gamecocks in receptions with 53 for 570 yards and four touchdowns. He was named Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Directors of America in 1977 and 1978.

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Orlando Adams

1977 • 1978

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Judge Stringer

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1977 • 1978

Jesse Baker was a two-time All-America at Jacksonville State. The Conyers, Ga., defensive tackle led the Gamecocks to conference titles in 1977 and 1978. As a junior, Baker earned first-team Associated Press honors and was named the top defensive player after the Grantland Rice Bowl. In 1978, he was named to the Kodak All-America team after setting a school record with seven fumble recoveries. He also had 51 tackles, 20 assists and nine sacks for 65 yards in losses. He was inducted into the Jacksonville State University Hall of Fame in 1995. Baker was selected by the Houston Oilers in the second round of the 1978 NFL draft and led the league in sacks as a rookie.

1986 • 1988

Joe Billingsley continued a long tradition of dominating offensive linemen from Jax State. A 6-1, 290-pound player from Columbus, Miss., Billingsley earned first-team All-America honors from the Associated Press and second team honors from Football News as a sophomore in 1986 before garnering them again in 1988. In his senior year, he anchored an offensive line that paved the way for the Gamecocks’ Gulf South Conference leading 264 yards rushing per game and the school’s first conference title in six years.

A BO U T J S U

Jesse Baker

Joe Billingsley

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1976

Gary Wagner played linebacker well enough to make all-conference as a junior, but he really came into his own as a middle guard during his senior season. Wagner, note for his quickness and ability to block punts, field goals and extra-point attempts (17 in two years), won NAIA Little All-America honors at this position. In addition, the former Huntsville prep star was voted all-district and all-conference during the 1976 season, when Jax State did not allow a rushing touchdown in the first eight games.

1982

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Greg Lowery

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1974 • 1975

Calvin Word became the only Jacksonville State football player to earn Little All-America honors twice when he made NAIA and Associated Press teams in 1974 and 1975. The 215-pound offensive tackle signed with the Dallas Cowboys following graduation. He won most valuable offensive lineman at Jax State and was voted team captain. JSU’s 1974 team won the Gulf South Conference title.

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Boyce Callahan became Jacksonville State’s second Little All-American to make both the Associated Press and NAIA teams. Jimmy Champion (1970) was the other. Callahan, in his four-year career, broke every rushing and scoring record in JSU history. He gained 4,228 yards and scored 40 touchdowns, totaling 240 points. In addition, he set the season rushing record with 1,293 yards and the single-game mark with 275 yards against Florence State.

Ed Lett


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL Danny Lee

Mark Word

Danny Lee was named a two-time All-American as the Gamecock halfback and kick returner. In 1992, Lee rushed the ball 89 times for 631 yards and led the team with seven touchdowns. As a punt and kick returner that season, he returned 29 punts for 400 yards and two touchdowns, breaking a long return of 90 yards. As a kick returner, Lee returned 17 kickoffs for 587 yards, carrying three back for scores, including one for 100 yards. In 1991, Lee was the second-leading rusher with 587 yards, averaging 8.15 yards a carry. Lee led the GSC in both kickoff returns and punt returns and was third in the country.

Mark Word earned All-American honors for the Gamecocks in 1998 after being named to the Southland Conference defensive first-team as a lineman. He was one of the top sacks leaders in the country after leading the conference with 15 sacks in 11 games. He also finished with 52 total tackles, four fumble recoveries, 27 quarterback pressures and 14 tackles for loss. He was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the third round.

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Wendell Kelley 1992

Wendell Kelley was named an All-American in 1992. A native of Oxford, Ala., Kelley was the fifth leading tackler in ’91 with 96, including 49 solos and second in sacks with five, plus a pair of pass breakups, two recovered fumbles and four forced fumbles.

Ja’Karl Barnett 1992 • 1993

Ja’Karl Barnett was a two-time All-American in 1992 and 1993. In 1993, Barnett started in 10 games for the Gamecocks, recording three interceptions for a total of 39 yards and returned one for a touchdown. In ’92, Barnett led the team in tackles with 152, including six for a loss. Barnett also tabbed seven pass breakups and a pair of interceptions. Barnett finished his JSU career with six interceptions for 81 yards and one touchdown.

Curtis McDaniel Curtis McDaniel was named All-American in 1993 for the Gamecocks as a defensive tackle. During his junior campaign, McDaniel was fifth on the team with 112 tackles, third in sacks with three and second in quarterback pressures with 23. McDaniel earned first team All-Gulf South Conference honors. He recorded 10 or more tackles during six of 14 games, including 10 in the national championship contest against Pittsburg State.

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1993

Darron Edwards

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Darron Edwards was named All-America in 1995 after leading the Gamecock defense with four interceptions. The Pell City, Ala., native set the JSU school record by recording all four interceptions against in-state rival Samford. Edwards returned one for an 84-yard touchdown, the longest interception return in the school’s Division I-AA history. He also had 10 tackles and five pass breakups in that 35-14 JSU win. He finished his senior season with 60 tackles and a team-high 11 pass breakups after starting all 11 games in the school’s first season at the NCAA Division I-AA level.

Eric Mims 1997

Eric Mims earned All-American honors in 1997 after leading the team with 145 total tackles, including 81 solo stops. The Wellborn, Ala., native set a school record with 33 total tackles against Nicholls State, just one week after recording 19 tackles versus West Georgia. He finished his career with more than 378 total tackles and five intercepions. He also had six fumble recoveries, eight forced fumbles 17 pass breakups and one blocked kick during his Gamecock career.

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1998

Montressa Kirby 1998

Quarterback Montressa Kirby led Jacksonville State from 1995-98 and earned All-America honors in 1998 and was named the Southland Football League Offensive Player of the Year. He went 168-of-318 for 2,271 yards with 15 touchdowns also was the second leading rusher with 114 attempts for 310 yards and seven touchdowns. The Anniston, Ala. native set 14 school records including most attempts in one game (48) and in a season (418), most completions in one game (28) and in a season (218), most touchdown passes in a game (5), most passing yards in a game (417) and the longest touchdown pass (93). Kirby finished his career 492-of-966 for 6,587 yards, 45 touchdowns and 43 interceptions.

Eurosious Parker 1998

Eurosious Parker became the fourth Gamecock specialist to earn All-America honors. Parker, a native of Greenville, Ala., led the Gamecocks in all returns as a senior and was named to the Southland All-Conference team. He had 28 kickoff returns for 619 yards. He returned 34 punts for 477 yards, including a 79-yard touchdown. He also grabbed five interceptions and returned a fumble 13 yards for a touchdown. He finished his career with over 1,600 return yards.

Delvin Hughley 2000

Delvin Hughley was defensive back All-American in 2000 for JSU. In his career for the Gamecocks, Hughley posted 205 tackles, including 138 unassisted and 67 assists with six for losses of 23-yards. He recorded 41 pass deflections with seven forced fumbles and four recoveries. Hughley recorded seven interceptions for 56-yards and one touchdown. Hughley also served as a punt returner, logging 49 returns for 543-yards with a long of 40.

Jeremy Sullivan 2001

Jeremy Sullivan was named an All-American in 2001. Sullivan was named to the Southland Football League All-Conference team in 2001 and 2000. Sullivan started every game his final three seasons at JSU. In 2001, he helped anchor a offensive line that opened holes for the SLC leading rushing team that garnered 2,491-yards on the ground. During his junior season, the Gamecocks finished second in the league in rushing and 26th nationally.

Richie Rhodes

2001 • 2002 • 2003

Richie Rhodes is the Gamecocks only three-time All-American. Rhodes punted in 43 games in his JSU career with 218 punts for 9,208-yards, averaging 42.2-yards with a long of 74 in his freshman season that set a Division I-AA record. In his junior campaign, Rhodes punted in 11 games for the Gamecocks with 52 punts for 2,082-yards. In 2003, Rhodes led the OVC in punting with 67 punts for 2,761-yards. He was named All-Conference four times and Conference Player-of-the-Week seven times in his career.


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Deon White

Gavin Hallford

Deon White was named All-America in 2002 after earning first-team AllSouthland Football League honors as an offensive lineman. The Birmingham, Ala., native helped the Gamecocks roll up some impressive numbers on offense. With White anchoring the offensive line, Jax State led the Southland in rushing yards and total offense and an upset homecoming win over thirdranked Northwestern State.

Gavin Hallford was named an Associated Press All-American as a kicker in 2007. The Phenix City, Ala., native tied the Ohio Valley Conference record for field goals in a season (22) and led the NCAA with 2.00 field goals per game. He led the OVC in scoring, averaging 9.0 points per game, and finished 15th nationally in scoring. His 22 field goals in a season also broke a 33-year old school record and his 29 attempts also set a school record. The junior also set the school record by making four field goals in a game three different times during the season.

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GCarnell Clark was named an Associated Press All-American as a safety in 2008. The Birmingham, Ala., native was a first-team All-Ohio Valley Conference after finishing with 66 tackles, including 39 solo stops. He added a pair of interceptions and recovered three fumbles while forcing another. He also blocked a kick and broke up five passes after starting all 11 games for Jacksonville State as a junior in the defensive backfield to help the Gamecocks post an 8-3 overall record in 2008.

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Oscar Bonds was named to The Sports Network 2004 All-American team and The Associated Press 2004 All-American team. In the 2004 season, Bonds rushed 1,320 yards with 19 touchdowns on 203 carries. He averaged 6.2 yards a carry and 114.8 yards a game. His longest run of the season and career was for 79 yards against instate and conference rival Samford on November 6, 2004. Bonds was just as good running the ball and he was catching. During his senior season, Bonds caught 12 passes for 150 yards, setting his longest reception, of 30 yards, twice (10/9/2004 at Tennessee-Martin and 11/13/2004 at Eastern Illinois). For his career, Bonds recorded 1,683 yards on 278 carries with 22 touchdowns.

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John Pettus was named to The Sports Network 2004 All-American team and The Associated Press 2004 All-American team. Pettus started all 23 games at center during his junior and senior seasons and logged 31 career starts. In 2004, he was a key member of the JSU offense that led the OVC in rushing, with 3,061 yards and 41 touchdowns, and scoring offense with 56 touchdowns and an average of 37.5 points a game. Behind Pettus, the JSU rushing game averaged 260.3 yards a game. Pettus also anchored a JSU passing game that threw for over 2,000 yards and 12 touchdowns, averaging 182.4 yards a contest in 2004.

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Craig Agee was named an All-American during his sophomore season with the Gamecocks after leading all of NCAA Division I-AA in punt returns. In 2004, Agee accounted for 1,352 all-purpose yards, averaging 58.8 yards a game. Agee had 30 receptions for 661-yards and three touchdowns for the Gamecocks. The Taylorsville, Miss native posted 637 punt return yards on 48 receptions and had two touchdowns. In his freshman season, Agee caught nine passes for 143-yards and scored his first collegiate touchdown on October 11 with a 22-yard reception against UT-Martin. He led the team with 268 punt return yards.

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Craig Agee

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Clay Green 2005

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Clay Green was named an All-American during his junior season at running back after rushing for 1,352 yards during the 2005 season. It was the second most rushing yards in a single-season in school history. The Birmingham, Ala., native finished his four-year career 3,034 yards, which ranked as the third most career rushing yards in school history. He led the Ohio Valley Conference in scoring in 2006 and finished with 216 career points to move into fifth place on the Gamecocks all-time scoring list and is became just the eighth player to score more than 200 points. Green rushed for 1,083 yards in 2006 to become the first player in JSU’s history to rush for 1,000 yards or more in back-to-back seasons. Gavin Hallford

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Murice Dupree Taurean Rhetta Greg Green Montae Pitts Darren Williams Rod Olds Kory Chapman Reggie Poole Deon White Delvin Hughley Joey Hamilton Michael Daies Wes Mitchem Montressa Kirby Ronald Bonner Eurosious Parker Mark Word Andre Allen Ja’Karl Barnett Curtis McDaniel Sean Richardson Eric Stephens David Gulledge Darrell Malone Eric Davis Orlando Adams Garey Waiters Troy Smith Keith McKeller Chris Hobbs Derrick Thomas Alvin Wright Reginald Goodloe Ed Lett

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Jacksonville Kansas City New Orleans Hamilton Miami Tennessee Baltimore Tennessee Pittsburgh Baltimore Oakland Cleveland Birmingham Hamilton Hamilton Hamilton Kansas City Pittsburgh Miami Seattle Miami New England Washington Kansas City San Francisco Philadelphia Seattle Buffalo Buffalo Birmingham Dallas Los Angeles Baltimore Hamilton

1983 1983 1983 1982 1980 1980 1979 1978 1977 1975 1975 1975 1974 1974 1974 1973 1973 1971 1971 1970 1969 1967 1966 1966 1965 1965 1962 1959 1959 1958 1956 1956 1956 1955

Walter Broughton Buffalo Ralph Battle Cincinnati Joe Hartsfield Birmingham Gregg Lowery Atlanta Cedric Brownlee N.Y. Giants Derick Whitely Atlanta James Moreen N.Y. Giants Jesse Baker Houston Keith Martin Dallas Terry Grammer Winnipeg Calvin Word Dallas John Chaney N.Y. Giants Bobby Germany Kansas City Pat Trussell Birmingham Carey Chandler Birmingham Dieter Brock Winnipeg Gordon Knowlton Montreal Bruce Nichols Dallas Mike Webster Philadelphia David Robinson Kansas City Bubba Long Dallas Terry Harris San Diego Richard Drawdy Winnipeg Ray Vinson San Diego Terry Owens San Diego Mike Mann Houston Ray Gentles Houston Wayne Keahey Denver Jerry McGee Oakland Jim Glasgow Montreal Billy Hicks Montreal Phillip Smith Detroit Carl Harrison Chicago Dean Akin Pittsburgh

Delvin Hughley

Gregg Lowery

Reginald Goodloe

Walter Broughton

Deon White

Reggie Poole

Gamecocks in the Super Bowl Player (years lettered at JSU)

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Keith McKeller (1986) Buffalo Eric Davis (1986-88) San Francisco

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Winnipeg/Hamilton Hamilton

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Dieter Brock (1972-73) L.A. Rams Eric Davis (1986-88) San Francisco Carolina

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XXV - Jan. 27, 1991 XXVI - Jan. 25, 1992 XXVII - Jan. 31, 1993 XXIX - Jan. 29, 1995

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Jacksonville State University football players have compiled a great tradition on the field, but also have many academic accomplishments as well. Here are the Gamecocks who have been named to the Academic All-Conference teams and earned other major academic awards.

Academic All-Ohio Valley Conference

1977 1978 1991

Butch Barker, TE

Chris Kirk became JSU’s second player to be named to the American Football Coaches Association Good Works Team in 2004.

Butch Barker

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Adam Ross

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Butch Barker, TE Butch Barker, TE Paul Bishop, OL

Jeremy Sullivan

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CoSIDA Academic All-Americans

1999 1999 1999 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2002 2002

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Michael Romano Adam Ross Jeremy Sullivan Kerry Gleaton Brad Hopkins Josh Miller Adam Ross Jeremy Sullivan Haneef Haaq Richie Rhodes

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Daniel Kirkland, a native of Phenix City, became the first JSU player to be named to the American Football Coaches Association Good Works Team in 1999. Daniel is being presented his award from JSU President William A. Meehan

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Will Barden Brooks Barron Chad Caldwell Rick Carter Jr. O’Neal Chambers Ryan Freemen George Hoblitzell Joel Ingram Daniel Kirkland Angelo Pace Brad Prince Mike Romano Jason Terry Jon Whiddon Drew Coggins Ray Freeman Marvell Granville Joel Ingram David Kadle Daniel Kirkland Ryan Freemen Kerry Gleaton Bradley Hopkins Daniel Kirkland Bradley Prince

2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003

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Academic All-Southland Conference

Dusty Millican Nathan Paulk Brett Rushing Gavin Slaughter Devan Williamson Ben Atchinson Jonathan Dryer Skylar Mansfield Nathan Paulk Lance Rolax Brett Rushing Gavin Slaughter Aubrey Wakeley Bakari Young

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Robert Zalanka 2007 Josh Cain 2006 Josh Carroll 2006 Greg Green 2006 Michael Johnson 2006 Andrew Robinson 2006 Brett Rushing 2006 John Scott 2006 Zach Walden 2006 Tommy Joe Whiddon 2006 Josh Cain 2005 Skylar Mansfield 2005 Brett Rushing 2005 John Scott 2005 Zach Walden 2005 Jeremy Wilson 2005 Oscar Bonds 2004 Michael Darden 2004 Michael Johnson 2004 Skylar Mansfield 2004

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Year 1904 1905 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938

Opponent W/L JSU-OPP University High L 0-51 Howard L 0-32 Alabama Presb. L 0-11 Alabama Presb. L 0-16 Rome L 0-5 Gadsden T 0-0 Howard L 0-8 Blountsville Ag. W 27-13 Guntersville W 11-6 Alabama Presb. L 3-13 Howard L 0-27 Ft. McClellan W 27-0 Howard T 0-0 Anniston Ind. L 6-12 Centre W 35-0 Gadsden Ind. W 55-0 Marion L 7-18 Howard L 0-27 Camp McClellan W 50-0 Chattanooga L 0-50 Chattanooga L 3-72 Middle Tenn. L 0-13 Cumberland W 18-6 Tenn. Weslyan W 14-13 Sewanee L 0-25 Athens T 6-6 Cumberland W 6-0 Howard L 0-31 Tampa L 2-6 Union L 0-24 Tennessee Tech L 0-33 Middle Tenn. L 0-37 Union L 0-7

Record 0-1 0-2 0-3 0-4 0-5 0-5-1 0-6-1 1-6-1 2-6-1 2-7-1 2-8-1 3-8-1 3-8-2 3-9-2 4-9-2 5-9-2 5-10-2 5-11-2 6-11-2 6-12-2 6-13-2 6-14-2 7-14-2 8-14-2 8-15-2 8-15-3 9-15-3 9-16-3 9-17-3 9-18-3 9-19-3 9-20-3 9-21-3

Year 1939 1940 1941 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975

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Year 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978

Opponent St. Bernard Pembroke St. Bernard Athens Troy Austin Peay South Georgia West Georgia Troy Carson-Newman Troy Maryville Troy East Tenn. State Troy Austin Peay Troy Arkansas Tech Troy Delta State Troy Louisiana College Newberry College Delta State Florence Tennessee-Martin Florence NE Louisiana NW Louisiana Tennessee-Martin Delta Livingston Delta

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Result Tie W W W W Tie W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

Score 0-0 47-0 25-13 42-0 9-0 6-6 14-7 42-0 38-7 39-0 27-14 20-0 20-7 13-0 27-6 21-6 21-14 22-7 38-0 10-9 27-6 23-10 45-10 21-13 55-28 30-10 39-20 66-24 36-13 11-3 24-14 44-7 38-3

HC Record 0-0-1 1-0-1 2-0-1 3-0-1 4-0-1 4-0-2 5-0-2 6-0-2 7-0-2 8-0-2 9-0-2 10-0-2 11-0-2 12-0-2 13-0-2 14-0-2 15-0-2 16-0-2 17-0-2 18-0-2 19-0-2 20-0-2 21-0-2 22-0-2 23-0-2 24-0-2 25-0-2 26-0-2 27-0-2 28-0-2 29-0-2 30-0-2 31-0-2

Opponent Middle Tenn. Middle Tenn. Middle Georgia Middle Tenn. Gordon Gordon Florence Maryville Troy Livingston Livingston Chattanooga Chattanooga Elon Chattanooga Louisiana Coll. Lousiana Coll. Chattanooga Chattanooga Florence Florence Tampa Chattanooga Florence Florence Samford Samford Samford Livingston Nicholls Texas A&I Texas A&I Alabama A&M

W/L JSU-OPP Record T 6-6 9-21-4 L 7-46 9-22-4 W 6-0 10-22-4 L 0-21 10-23-4 W 13-0 11-23-4 W 45-0 12-23-4 W 12-7 13-23-4 W 21-7 14-23-4 W 13-7 15-23-4 L 13-20 15-24-4 L 7-18 15-25-4 L 0-24 15-26-4 W 12-0 16-26-4 W 13-12 17-26-4 L 7-15 17-27-4 L 6-26 17-28-4 W 21-6 18-28-4 L 0-35 18-29-4 L 7-13 18-30-4 T 7-7 18-30-5 T 0-0 18-30-6 W 10-8 19-30-6 L 6-14 19-31-6 W 21-0 20-31-6 W 23-14 21-31-6 L 14-20 21-32-6 W 20-10 22-32-6 W 34-9 23-32-6 L 9-10 23-33-6 W 31-0 24-33-6 W 34-14 25-33-6 L 19-20 25-34-6 W 42-0 26-34-6

Year 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

Year 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

Opponent Livingston Delta Liberty Baptist Delta Tennessee-Martin Mississippi College Tennessee-Martin North Alabama Valdosta State North Alabama Tennessee-Martin North Alabama Wofford Alcorn State Central State Central State Western Illinois Middle Tennessee Nicholls State Samford SW Texas State Northwestern State Tennessee Tech Northwestern State Tennessee Tech Samford Tennessee Tech Tennessee State Tennessee Tech Murray State

Opponent W/L JSU-OPP Record Alabama A&M W 30-7 27-34-6 West Carolina W 21-16 28-34-6 Alabama A&M W 24-23 29-34-6 Miss. College L 7-17 29-35-6 Chattanooga L 13-16 29-36-6 Alabama State L 14-20 29-37-6 Alabama A&M W 21-13 30-37-6 Chattanooga L 6-13 30-38-6 Alabama A&M T 6-6 30-38-7 Alabama A&M T 24-24 30-38-8 Newberry W 27-21 31-38-8 Newberry W 27-3 32-38-8 Samford W 36-6 33-38-8 Samford W 19-9 34-38-8 Alabama A&M W 27-7 35-38-8 Alabama A&M W 44-18 36-38-8 Alabama A&M W 7-6 37-38-8 Henderson State W 12-7 38-38-8 Sam Houston State L 10-17 38-39-8 Sam Houston State W 16-13 39-39-8 West Georgia L 10-30 39-40-8 SW Missouri L 42-47 39-41-8 Alabama A&M W 19-13 40-41-8 Alabama A&M L 20-37 41-42-8 South Florida L 40-0 41-43-8 Cumberland W 72-10 42-43-8 Alabama A&M W 20-17 43-43-8 Alabama A&M W 9-3 44-43-8 Emporia State W 25-16 45-43-8 #2 Furman L 35-37 45-44-8 #5 Furman L 17-13 45-45-8 at Alabama State L 19-24 45-46-8 at Georgia Tech L 41-14 45-47-8

Result W W W W W L W W L W W W W W L L W L L W W L L W W W W L W W

Score 59-0 36-3 64-0 56-36 31-19 0-28 19-13 29-26 10-27 38-3 63-0 41-25 51-7 59-45 0-22 17-18 32-27 23-30 14-16 21-0 17-10 28-24 35-27 19-10 37-20 51-18 43-17 38-31 38-10 31-21

HC Record 32-0-2 33-0-2 34-0-2 35-0-2 36-0-2 36-1-2 37-1-2 38-1-2 38-2-2 39-2-2 40-2-2 41-2-2 42-2-2 43-2-2 43-3-2 43-4-2 44-4-2 44-5-2 44-6-2 45-6-2 46-6-2 47-6-2 47-7-2 48-7-2 49-7-2 50-7-2 51-7-2 51-8-2 52-8-2 53-8-2


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The last Time Jacksonville State had an Overall Record of…

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

2004 2008 2006 2007 2006 2000 1993 1993

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2004 2008 2008 2007 2006 2002 2000 1994

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1991 2004 1990 2008 2003

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Had over 20 first downs...27 at Tennessee Tech on Nov. 8, 2008 Had over 25 first downs...27 at Tennessee Tech on Nov. 8, 2008 Had 400 yards rushing...vs UTC on Sept. 10, 2004 (434) Had 300 yards rushing...322 at Chattanooga on Sept. 20, 2008 (322) Had 50 or more rushing attempts...vs Samford on Nov. 11, 2006 (52) Had 6 or more rushing TD’s.....at Austin Peay on Oct. 11, 2007 (6) Had 5 or more rushing TD’s....at Austin Peay on Oct. 11, 2007 (6) Had 4 or more rushing TD’s.....27 at Tennessee Tech on Nov. 8, 2008 (4) Had 350 yards passing...vs. Nicholls State Sept 25, 1999 (456) Had 300 yards passing......at Eastern Kentucky on Oct. 11, 2008 (304) Had 50 pass attempts.....at Stephen F. Austin Nov. 6, 199 (53) Had 30 pass completions.....vs Nicholls State Sept 25, 1999 (31)

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2004 2004 1998 2008 2007 2007

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2008 2005 2005 1996 1996 1939 1939 1931 1931 never

Blocked two field goals......vs. Tennessee State Nov. 15, 2008 (Monte’ Lewis & Brandt Thomas - 2nd Quarter and 3rd Quarter) Blocked a PAT......vs Austin Peay on Nov. 1, 2008 (Brandt Thomas) Missed a PAT.....at Tennessee Tech on Nov. 8, 2008 (Gavin Hallford) Scored on a Fake FG...vs Tennessee State on Oct. 21, 2006 (Taurean Rhetta, 24 yard rush) Had a punt blocked.......at #16 Eastern Illinois on Sept. 27, 2008 (4th quarter) Had a field goal blocked......at Chattanooga on Sept. 20, 2008 Was held scoreless.......vs. Troy State Nov. 18, 2000 (28-0) Was held scoreless at Paul Snow Stadium......vs Troy State Nov. 18, 2000 (28-0) Held an opponent scoreless......at Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 23, 2006 (28-0) Held an opponent scoreless at Paul Snow Stadium.... vs. Samford Oct. 17, 1998 (21-0) Held an opponent to 10 first downs......at Chattanooga on Sept. 20, 2008 (9) Held an opponent to 300 yards total offense.....at #16 Eastern Illinois on Sept. 27, 2008 (226) Held an opponent to 200 yards.......at Chattanooga on Sept. 20, 2008 (177) Held an opponent to 150 yards.......at Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 23, 2006 (114) Held an opponent to 100 yards rushing........at Tennessee Tech on Nov. 8, 2008 (94) Held an opponent to 50 yards rushing......at #16 Eastern Illinois on Sept. 27, 2008 (20) Held an opponent to 100 yards passing........at Austin Peay on Oct. 11, 2007 (98) Recovered 5 fumbles......West Georgia on Sept. 7, 1996 (5) Recovered 4 fumbles......at Nicholls State on Sept. 21, 2002 Intercepted 5 passes......5 at Chattanooga on Sept. 20, 2008 Intercepted 4 passes.....at Chattanooga on Sept. 20, 2008 Held an opponent without a TD.....at Chattanooga on Sept. 20, 2008 Held an opponent without an offensive TD.....at #16 Eastern Illinois on Sept. 27, 2008 Scored an offensive 2-point conversion...vs. Alabama A& M Aug. 31, 2002 Scored a defensive 2-point conversion.......vs Southwest Texas State on Nov. 14, 1998 Had 10 or more penalties.....vs Southeast Missouri on Oct. 4, 2008 (12-115) Had 100 Penalty yards.......vs Southeast Missouri on Oct. 4, 2008 (12-115) Had no penalties.....vs Chattanooga on Sept. 8, 2007 Had 35 minutes time of possession......at Austin Peay on Oct. 11, 2007 (37:09) Played an overtime game......at Tennessee Tech Oct. 28, 2006 (W 17-10) Scored on first play from scrimmage ......vs. Eastern Kentucky Sept. 27, 2003 (Marcus Mitchell one-yard run) Scored on first play of the game .....vs Samford on Nov. 11, 2006 Craig Agee, 17 yard Interception return on first play of game enroute to 55-10 win Scored a safety......at #16 Eastern Illinois on Sept. 27, 2008 (1st Quarter)

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Had 5 TD’s passing.....vs. Nicholls State Sep 25, 1999 (5) Had 4 TD’s passing......vs. Murray State Oct. 18, 2008 (4) Had 3 TD’s passing......vs. Murray State Oct. 18, 2008 (4) Scored 70 points.....vs. Cumberland University Aug 30, 2001 (72) Scored 60 points..... at Chattanooga on Sept. 18, 2004 (65) Scored 50 points... vs Samford on Nov. 11, 2006 (55) Scored 40 points.....27 at Tennessee Tech on Nov. 8, 2008 (41) Had 80 total plays .... vs Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 22, 2007 (84) Had 500 yards total offense......vs Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 22, 2007 (511) Had 600 yards total offense........vs Samford on Nov. 6, 2004 (646) Had 350 yards total offense in a half........vs Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 22, 2007 (380 in first half) Had 300 yards total offense in a half.....vs Southeast Missouri on Oct. 4, 2008 (310 in first half) Had 250 yards total offense in a quarter........vs Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 22, 2007 (258 in first quarter) Did not commit a turnover.....at UT Martin, Oct. 23, 2008 Had 100 yard receiver....at Eastern Kentucky on Oct. 11, 2008 (Maurice Dupree, 7-161) Had two 100 yard receivers......vs. Tennessee Tech Nov. 3, 2001 (Ralph Jenkins 140, Quincy Bowie 124) Had nine or more receivers catch a pass....at #16 Eastern Illinois on Sept. 27, 2008 Had two 100 yard rushers...at Chattanooga on Sept. 20, 2008 (Tremayne Coger 123, Daniel Jackson 111) Returned punt for a TD......at Eastern Illinois on Nov. 18, 2006 (Clay Green, 59 yards) Returned kickoff for a TD..... vs Southeast Missouri on Oct. 4, 2008 (Maurice Dupree, 99 yards - 4th longest in school history) Returned an INT for TD.....vs UT-Martin on Oct. 4, 2007 (Kenny Walker, 35 yards) Returned fumble for TD.....vs Chattanooga on Sept. 8, 2007 (Marquise Elston 5 yards) Returned a blocked punt for TD.......at Southeast Missouri on Nov. 17, 2007 (Terrell Johnson in endzone) Returned a blocked field goal for TD.......vs. Tennessee State on Nov. 15, 2008 (Andrew Ridgeway, 72 yds.) Returned an INT for TD in consecutive games.....at Alabama State on Sept. 1, 2007 (T.J. Heath, 18); vs Chattanooga on Sept. 8, 2007 (Drew Robinson, 45) Returned an INT for TD in THREE consecutive games.....at Eastern Illinois, Nov. 18, 2006 (Kenny Brown, 83); at Alabama State on Sept. 1, 2007 (T.J. Heath, 18); vs Chattanooga on Sept. 8, 2007 (Drew Robinson, 45) Returned an INT for TD in FOUR consecutive games..... vs Samford on Nov. 11, 2006 (Craig Agee, 16); at Eastern Illinois, Nov. 18, 2006 (Kenny Brown, 83); at Alabama State on Sept. 1, 2007 (T.J. Heath, 18); vs Chattanooga on Sept. 8, 2007 (Drew Robinson, 45)**NCAA RECORD Blocked a punt..at Southeast Missouri on Nov. 17, 2007 (Taurean Rhetta) Blocked TWO punts...at Murray State on Sept. 29, 2007 (Taurean Rhetta-2) Blocked a field goal......vs. Tennessee State Nov. 15, 2008 (Monte’ Lewis & Brandt Thomas - 3rd Quarter)


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A JSU Player… Rushed 30 times in a game......Oscar Bonds, at Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 25, 2004 (31 carries) Rushed for 200 yards in a game......Kory Chapman vs. Tennessee-Martin Oct. 11, 2003 (29-298 yds.) Rushed for 150 yards in a game.....Clay Green at Chattanooga on Nov. 4, 2006 (22-163) Rushed for 100 yards in a game....Daniel Jackson (105) at Tennessee State on Nov. 15, 2008 (17 carries) Rushed for 100 yards in eight straight games.....Clay Green, 2005 Rushed for 100 yards in seven straight games.....Clay Green, 2005 Rushed for 100 yards in six straight games.....Clay Green, 2005 Rushed for 100 yards in five straight games......Clay Green, 2005 Rushed for 100 yards in four straight games......Clay Green, 2005 Rushed for 100 yards in three straight games....Daniel Jackson, 2008 Rushed for 100 yards in consecutive games....Daniel Jackson, 2008 Rushed for 150 yards in consecutive games.....Kory Chapman, 2003 Rushed for three or more TDs in a game.....Ronald Murray at Tennessee Tech on Nov. 8, 2008 (3) Rushed for three or more TDs in a Quarter.....Ronald Murray at Tennessee Tech on Nov. 8, 2008 (3 in 3rd Quarter) Passed for 400 yards in a game......Montressa Kirby vs. Southwest Missouri Sept. 6, 1997 (417 yds.) Passed for 300 yards in a game......Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Kentucky Oct. 11, 2008 (304 yds.) Attempted 50 passes in a game.......Reggie Stancil vs. Stephen F. Austin Oct. 30, 1999 (53) Attempted 40 passes in a game.......Cedric Johnson at Memphis on Sept. 15, 2007 (43) Threw five TDs in a game...........Montressa Kirby vs. Southwest Missouri Sept. 6, 1997 Threw four TDs in a game..........Ryan Perrilloux vs. Murray State on Oct. 18, 2008 (4) Threw three TDs in a game........Ryan Perrilloux vs. Murray State on Oct. 18, 2008 (4) Had 400 yards total offense in a game.......Montressa Kirby vs. Middle Tenn. St. Oct. 4, 1997 (400) Accounted for five or more TDs in a game......Rondy Rogers at Stephen F. Austin Oct. 13, 2001 (5) Accounted for four or more TDs in a game......Cedric Johnson (4 rushing) at Austin Peay on Oct. 11, 2007 (4) Accounted for three or more TDs in a game......Ryan Perrilloux (1 passing and 2 rushing) at #16 Eastern Illinois on Sept. 27, 2008 Caught 10 or more passes in a game............Joey Hamilton vs. Nicholls State Sept. 25, 1999 (11) Caught 7 or more passes in a game..............Maurice Dupree at Eastern Kentucky on Oct. 11, 2008 (6-161 yards) Had 200 or more yards receiving in a game......Ronald Bonner vs. SW Texas Nov. 15, 1997 (9-210) Had 150 or more yards receiving in a game......Maurice Dupree at Eastern Kentucky on Oct. 11, 2008 (7-161) Had 100 or more yards receiving in a game......Maurice Dupree at Eastern Kentucky on Oct. 11, 2008 (7-1610 Caught three or more TD passes in a game........Joey Hamilton vs. Union College Sept. 17, 1999

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A JSU Opponent… Scored 50 or more points......at Mississippi State on Sept. 14, 2002 (L, 13-51) Scored 40 or more points......at Furman on Nov. 27, 2004 (L, 49-7) Had 350 or more yards rushing.......at Georgia Southern on Nov. 16, 2002 (493) Had 250 or more rushing yards......vs #2 Furman on Sept. 1, 2005 (301) Had 50 or more rushing attempts.....at Murray State on Sept. 29, 2007 (54) Had 400 yards passing..........at Southeast Missouri State on Nov. 22, 2003 (407) Had 350 yards passing.......at Southeast Missouri State on Sept. 24, 2005 (355) Had 300 yards passing....... at Memphis on Sept. 15, 2007 (301) Had 40 or more pass attempts........vs Tennessee State on Oct. 16, 2004 (45) Had 30 or more pass completions.......vs. Eastern Illinois Nov. 15, 2003 (36) Had 25 or more pass completions......vs Tennessee State on Oct. 16, 2004 (27) Had 6 passes intercepted........at Samford Oct. 14 1995 (6) Had 5 passes intercepted........vs UT-Martin Oct. 15 2005 (5) Had 4 passes intercepted.....vs UT-Martin Oct. 15 2005 (5) Had 2 100-yard receivers......Mississippi State (118, 109) Had 600 yards total offense......at Kansas on Sept. 20, 2003 (641) Had 500 yards total offense......vs #2 Furman on Sept. 1, 2005 (502) Had 400 yards total offense.....vs UT-Martin on Oct. 4, 2007 (429) Returned a punt for a TD...at Mississippi State on Oct. 14, 2006 (Derek Pegues 81 yards) Returned a kickoff for a TD...vs Eastern Illinois on Nov. 10, 2007 (Quinten Ponius, 97 yards) Returned the opening kickoff for a TD...Ronald Moore, 99 yards (Pittsburg State on Dec 12 1992) Scored on the first play of the game...at Mississippi State on Oct. 14, 2006 (Derek Pegues 26 yard INT return) Returned an INT for a TD...vs Eastern Illinois on Nov. 10, 2007 (Michael Torres 40 yards) Returned a fumble for a TD...at Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 25, 2004 (Justen Rivers 32 yards) Held JSU to 300 yards total offense....at Samford on Nov. 3, 2007 (63-289 yards) Held JSU to 200 yards total offense...at Nicholls St. Sept. 9, 2000 (189)

Held JSU to 100 yards rushing.....vs Chattanooga on Sept. 8, 2007 (63) Held JSU to 50 yards rushing....at South Florida Sept 2 2000 (27) Held JSU to 100 yards passing.......at Southeast Missouri State on Nov. 22, 2003 (68) Held JSU to 10 first downs...at Nicholls St. Sep 9 2001 (8) Had 100 penalty yards...at Tennessee Tech on Sept. 28, 2002 (14-111) Did not have a turnover... vs Eastern Illinois on Nov. 10, 2007

An Opposing Player… Rushed for 300 yards in a game...vs.Southwest Texas Nov 15 1997 (Claude Mathis 308) Rushed for 200 yards in a game...at Murray State on Oct. 8, 2005 (Chad Cook, 21-213) Rushed for 100 yards in a game....at Chattanooga on Nov. 4, 2006 (Erroll Wynn, 23-131) Passed for 300 yards in a game....at Samford on Nov. 12, 2005 (J. Adcock, 23-42-4, 321) Passed for 400 yards in a game..at Southeast Missouri State on Nov. 22, 2003 (Andrew Goodenough, 407) Had 100 yards receiving in a game.....vs UT-Martin on Oct. 4, 2007 (Jessie Burton, 4-192) Had 150 yard receiving in a game...vs UT-Martin on Oct. 4, 2007 (Jessie Burton, 4-192) Had 10 receptions in a game......vs Chattanooga on Sept. 10, 2005 (Emanuel Hassell, 12-141) Threw 4 TDs in a game......vs Tennessee State on Oct. 16, 2004 (Riley Walker, 4) Threw 5 INTs in a game......vs UT-Martin on Oct. 20, 2005 (Brady Wahlberg, 5) Had 2 100 yard rushers in a game....at Georiga Southern on Nov. 16, 2002 (Mark Myres [141] and Chaz Williams [103]) Returned a fumble for a touchdown.....at Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 25, 2004 (Justen Rivers 32 yards) Returned an interception for a touchdown.....vs Eastern Illinois on Nov. 10, 2007 (Michael Torres 40 yards) Returned a punt for a TD...at Mississippi State on Oct. 14, 2006 (Derek Pegues 81 yards) Returned a kickoff for a TD...vs Eastern Illinois on Nov. 10, 2007 (Quinten Ponius, 97 yards) Returned the opening kickoff for a TD...Ronald Moore, 99 yards (Pittsburg State on Dec 12 1992) Scored on the first play of the game...at Mississippi State on Oct. 14, 2006 (Derek Pegues 26 yard INT return)


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2003 First Round at Bowling Green, Kentucky Western Kentucky 45, Jacksonville State 7

JSU 41, Savannah St. 16 JSU 14, North Alabama 12 Semifinals at Jacksonville, Ala. National Championship at Florence, Ala. JSU 17, Pittsburg St. 13

JSU 49, Winston-Salem 24 Quarterfinals at Jacksonville, Ala.

S. W. Texas 19, JSU 14 1981 First Round at San Marcos, TX S.W. Texas 38, JSU 22 1980 First Round at San Luis Obispo, CA Cal Poly, SLO 15, JSU 0 1978 First Round at Newark, DE Delaware 42, JSU 27

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FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – In Jacksonville State’s first ever NCAA playoff appearance, the Gamecocks cruised to a 35-0 romp of Northern Arizona in front of 7,584 fans.

NEWARK, Del. – Delaware scored three times in the fourth quarter to come-from-behind and defeat Jacksonville State, 42-27, in the first round of the NCAA Division II Playoffs.

Tailback Pat Clements, who finished with 106 yards on 19 carries, scored the first of JSU’s five touchdowns with 3:34 left in the first quarter on a 1-yard run to cap an 11-play, 82-yard drive. JSU never looked back.

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For the second straight week, the game belonged to the Gamecocks from the opening whistle. JSU rolled up 223 yards rushing and held NDSU to 148 while out-gaining them in the air 180 to 96. Tailback Pat Clements gained 101 yards rushing to pace the win.

Defensive tackle Jesse Baker was named the top defensive player while quarterback Bobby Ray Green was tabbed top offensive player. Wide receiver Donald Young caught five passes for 92 yards. North Dakota State Jacksonville State

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NCAA Division II Championship (Pioneer Bowl) – Dec. 10 Lehigh 33, JSU 0 WICHITA FALLS, Texas – In its first NCAA Championship Game appearance, Jacksonville State fell to Lehigh, 33-0, in sub-zero weather.

Lehigh All-American quarterback Mike Rieker passed for two touchdowns and ran for another. Rieker accounted for 305 yards of total offense. Meanwhile, JSU played without starting quarterback Bobby Ray Green for the final three quarters after he was knocked out of the game with a head injury. Lehigh Jacksonville State

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JSU drew within two points when Bobby Ray Green found Ray Brock for a three-yard touchdown pass and knotted it at 20-20 when Green converted to the two-point play to Moreen. However, Komlo added two more scoring runs and Brandt Kennedy kicked a 36-yard field goal to lift UD to the win. Delaware Jacksonville State

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After NEMU scored a touchdown on its opening drive of the game, JSU reeled off 31 points before halftime. The rally started when Benny Blair blocked punt in the end zone for a safety, followed minutes later by a 61-yard Reginald Goodloe touchdown run to give JSU its first lead at 9-7. Then early in the second quarter as NEMU was going in a score, Charles Harris picked off a pass at the goal line and

JSU’ Reginald Goodloe knotted the game at 7-7 on a 19-yard run with 6:19 left in the second quarter. The Gamecocks struck again on its next possession thanks to a 60-yard touchdown pass from Ed Lett to Joe Hartsfield. However, JSU wouldn’t find the end zone again. Southwest Texas Jacksonville State

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Quarterfinals – Portland State 20, JSU 13 PORTLAND, Ore. – Portland State quarterback Chris Crawford hooked up with Tim Corrigan for a 33-yard touchdown pass in the final minute of play Saturday to lift the Vikings to a 20-13 win over Jacksonville State in the quarterfi-

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Jocoby’s score was his second touchdown of the day as SWT out-gained JSU 289 to 79 on the ground. Just prior to halftime, Jocoby scored on a 14-yard run to cut into JSU’s lead, however the PAT was blocked and the Gamecocks carried a 14-13 lead into the half.

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SAN MARCOS, Texas – Southwest Texas’ Ron Jacoby scored on a five-yard run with 6:14 to play to lift SWTU to a 19-14 win over Jacksonville State in the NCAA Division II Semifinals.

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The Gamecocks allowed just 75 yards on the ground and picked off four passes in stifling the AAMU offense. Tracy Allen got the scoring started when he returned an interception for a touchdown with 8:04 left in the first quarter. The defense also added a two-point conversion when Darrell Malone returned a blocked PAT 90 yards. JSU scored the game’s first 21 points and added another 10 on a two-yard run from Bert Flowers and Stinnett’s 24-yard field goal. AAMU’s only touchdown came on a 79-yard kickoff return. Jacksonville State

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JSU got touchdown runs from Roy Carpenter and a pair from quarterback David Gulledge to take the 18-point advantage before Bison quarterback Chris Simdorn led his team back. Simdon scored on a 15-yard run with five minutes left in the game, then connected with Troy Stockstad from 21 yards out with 59 seconds to play. The two-point conversion failed. NDSU attempted an on-side kick, but Kevin Blue pounced on the football for the win. Jacksonville State

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Semifinals – Dec. 2, 1989 JACKSONVILLE – Jacksonville State’s offense put 26 points on the board and the defensive unit added eight points of its own as the Gamecocks advanced to its second NCAA Division II National Championship Game with a 34-16 win over Angelo State. Defensive end Randy Beck produced the day’s first points when he tackled Mickey Russell in the endzone for a safety. Quarterback David Gulledge then found Kyle Campbell for a 55-yard touchdown.

ASU came back, getting a 23-yard field goal and a touchdown pass from Russell to grab a 10-9 advantage at halftime. Slade Stinnett’s 25-yard field goal and Roy Carpenter’s 4-yard run put JSU back on to, 19-10, but it was William Bell’s 48-yard interception return late in the third that broke the Rams’ back. Jacksonville State Angelo State

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NCAA Division II National Championship Game Dec. 9, 1989 Mississippi College 3, JSU 0

Starting from its own 21-yard line, Blount directed JSU to the MC 18, but the drive stalled and Slade Stinnett’s 36-yard field goal sailed wide.

FLORENCE, Ala. – Under snow, sleet and freezing temperatures, Shane Stewart’s 19-yard field goal was the only score on the day as MC defeated JSU, 3-0, for the 1989 NCAA Division II National Championship.

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Ronald Beverly’s one-yard run with 6:45 to play in the first quarter gave WSSU a short-lived 6-0 lead. But from that point on, it was big play after big play for the Gamecocks.

Nickey Edmondson’s 55-yard run and Terrence Bowens’ 23-yard scamper put JSU up 14-6 after one quarter. Henry Ray then hauled in two scoring passes from Edmondson and Tracy Pilot caught a 52-yard touchdown pass to extend the lead to 35-7 in the third quarter. Danny Lee’s 62-yard punt return capped off the 42-point explosion.

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Reserve quarterback Cecil Blount got his team on the board first with a 10-yard scoring pass to wide out Danny Lee.

It stayed that way until Fred McAfee turned a reverse into a 32-yard touchdown romp late in the third quarter.

Four minutes into the fourth, MC quarterback Dexter Rouhlac broke numerous tackles and run 37 yards for the winning touchdown. JSU made one final attempt to tie the score.

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JSU wasted little time in disposing of the Choctows. Danny Lee took the opening kickoff 77 yards before lateralling to Fred Mack, who went the final 18 yards for the touchdown and a 7-0 lead. JSU went on to put 14 additional first half points on the scoreboard, thanks to a 10-yard run from Nickey Edmondson and a 5-yard plunge from fullback Terence Bowens, before the shell-shocked Choctows knew what hit them. MC got back in the game with 7:46 showing in the second quarter on a three-yard run by Kevin Woodson, but Sean Richardson’s touchdown runs of seven and four yards in the third quarter sealed MC’s fate. Mississippi College Jacksonville State

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Trailing for only the second time all year, Jacksonville State stormed back to post 42 unanswered points and win its NCAA Division II playoff opening round game, 49-24, against Winston-Salem State.

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JSU 27, IU-Pennsylvania 20

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JACKSONVILLE – Jacksonville State raced to a 20-6 fourth quarter lead, then hung on for a 27-20 upset win over topranked Indiana, Pennsylvania to send the Gamecocks to the Division II title game for the third time.

FLORENCE, Ala. – Playing in its third NCAA Championship Game, Jacksonville State fell for the third time, losing 23-6 to Pittsburg State.

JSU seemed to have everything well in hand from the start. Slade Stinnett’s 32-yard field goal in the first quarter started the scoring. The Indians scored a touchdown in the second quarter to go up 6-3, but the PAT was blocked and returned 78 yards by Terry White to make the score 6-5, IPU.

JSU went ahead for good midway through the second period when Nickey Edmondson hit Eric Powell with a 47-yard pass for a 13-6 lead. Edmondson’s 7-yard run two minutes later put JSU up 20-6 at the half.

The Gorillas methodically wore the Gamecocks down for the win. PSU scored first when Harlon Hill winner Ronnie West caught a 17-yard pass from Brian Hutchins with 4:40 left in the opening quarter.

JSU thought it had tied the game when Terence Bowens capped a 70-yard, 15-play drive with a 3-yard scoring run, but Slade Stinnett’s PAT missed wide. JSU wouldn’t score again as the Gorillas finished with 16 unanswered points. Pittsburg State

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Quarterback Chuck Robinson got JSU off on the right foot when he scored on a 3-yard run with 11:47 to play in the opening period. Terence Bownes’ one-yard run and a two-yard romp by fullback Sean Richardson with 3:21 to go in the initial quarter stretched the lead to 21-0.

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The JSU comeback started late in the second quarter when the Gamecocks marched on a 15-play, 78-yard drive the ended with an eight-yard run from Danny Lee to cut the Pitt State lead to 13-10. Then on the first possession of the second half, JSU drove 71 yards on eight plays, culminating in a five-yard Richardson touchdown run that proved to be the winning score.

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North Alabama

JSU spotted the Gorillas a touchdown lead on the opening kickoff when Harlon Hill winner Ronald Moore raced 99 yards for a score. Moore’s longest gain the rest of the game would be just 12 yards and he was held out of the end zone. Pitt State’s only other score came on a 38-yard Hutchins to Ray Staten pass to put Pitt up 13-3 with 9:14 left in the first half.

RECORDS

On its next possession, JSU would once again piece together an impressive drive, covering 57 yards on 15 plays. Chuck Robinson’s one-yard run with 9:23 remaining proved to the be game winner as JSU claimed a 14-6 lead.

The loss soothed the anguish of three previous losses in the Division II title game, including a loss to Pittsburg State the previous season.

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7:18. Fullback Terence Bowens finally capped the drive with a one-yard dive with 2:39 left in the first quarter. Stinnett’s PAT was good and JSU led 7-6.

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FLORENCE, Ala. – Jacksonville State linebacker Eric King batted down Pittsburg State quarterback Ron Hutchins’ fourth down pass in the end zone to preserve a 17-13 win and the Gamecocks’ first football national championship.

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NCAA Division II Championship Game Dec. 12, 1992

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0

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New Haven

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Quarterback Chuck Robinson scrambled for 13 yards on a third-and-10 to the JSU 48. Two plays later, Danny Lee danced around right end, turned the corner and flew down the sidelines for a 39-yard touchdown. The two-point conversion failed, but JSU led 40-35. The Gamecocks defense then held New Haven one final time and set up JSU’s final score of the game, a 35-yard touchdown run from Richardson.

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But the win didn’t come without a scare. The Chargers took the lead 35-34 with less than five minutes left before JSU came storming back.


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JSU’s All-Time Conference Championships 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1970 1974 1977 1978

Alabama Collegiate Conference Alabama Collegiate Conference Alabama Collegiate Conference Alabama Collegiate Conference Alabama Collegiate Conference Mid-South Conference Gulf South Conference Gulf South Conference Gulf South Conference

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JSU IN THE GSC

Gulf South Conference Titles by Teams JACKSONVILLE STATE (9)1974, 1977, 1978, 1981, 982, 1988 (T), 1989, 1991, 1992 Troy State (6) 1971 (T), 1973, 1976, 1984, 1986, 1987 North Alabama (6) 1980, 1983, 1985, 1993, 1994, 1995 Mississippi College (3)1979, 1988 (T), 1990 West Georgia (2) 1997 (T), 1998 (T) Tennessee-Martin 1988 (T) Nicholls State 1975 Northwestern State 1972 Delta State 1998 (T) Southern Arkansas 1997 (T) Valdosta State 1996 West Alabama 1971 (T)

GSC Football Champions 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992

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West Alabama (5-1-0) Troy State (5-1-0) Northwestern State (6-0-0) Troy State (6-1-0) JACKSONVILLE STATE (7-1-0) Nicholls State (7-2-0) Troy State (7-1-0) JACKSONVILLE STATE (7-1-0) JACKSONVILLE STATE (6-1-0) Mississippi College (5-1-0) North Alabama (6-0-0) JACKSONVILLE STATE (6-0-0) JACKSONVILLE STATE (7-0-0) North Alabama (8-0-0) Troy State (7-1-0) North Alabama (7-1-0) Troy State (8-0-0) Troy State (8-0-0) JACKSONVILLE STATE (7-1-0) Mississippi College (7-1-0) Tennessee-Martin (7-1-0) JACKSONVILLE STATE (8-0-0) Mississippi College (8-0-0) JACKSONVILLE STATE (6-0-0) JACKSONVILLE STATE (5-0-1)

1981 1982 1988 1989 1991 1992 2003 2004

Gulf South Conference Gulf South Conference Gulf South Conference Gulf South Conference Gulf South Conference Gulf South Conference Ohio Valley Conference Ohio Valley Conference

All-Time GSC Standings Team

Years

JAX STATE 22 Mississippi College 24 North Alabama 28 Troy State 20 Central Arkansas 6 Southern Arkansas 4 Valdosta State 17 West Georgia 16 Delta State 28 Southeastern La. 8 Northwestern State 3 West Alabama 28 Nicholls State 7 Arkansas Tech 4 Tennessee-Martin 20 Henderson State 6 Arkansas-Monticello 4

Won

167 185 193 129 38 25 109 84 136 40 15 130 31 17 80 23 11

Lost

69 105 113 75 24 16 72 88 143 43 17 158 43 24 135 40 32

Tied

6 8 8 5 1 0 3 0 11 2 0 6 1 1 2 1 0

Pct.

.702 .634 .627 .629 .611 .610 .601 .488 .488 .482 .469 .452 .420 .417 .373 .367 .25

1992 NCAA Division II National Champs.


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL CONFERENCE STATISTICAL LEADERS

Avg 100.5 108.7 105.4 98.2

TEAM LEADERS—Passing Offense Year Team Total Yds Avg 1977 JSU 1769 160.8 1978 JSU 2103 233.6 1980 JSU 2059 205.9 1981 JSU 2665 242.2 1982 JSU 2538 253.8

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—Passing Year Name Team 1972 Dieter Brock JSU 1973 Dieter Brock JSU 1977 Bobby Ray Green JSU 1978 Bobby Ray Green JSU 1980 Ed Lett JSU 1981 Ed Lett JSU 1982 Ed Lett JSU

Avg 135.1 143.6 155.5 164.2 198.7 218.7 210.7

Yds 3010 3268

Avg 43.0 43.5

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—Punt Returns Year Name Team Yds 1972 Wayne Boyd JSU 403 1973 Wayne Boyd JSU 265 1983 Walter Broughton JSU 188 1988 Nickey Edmondson JSU 133 1989 Nickey Edmondson JSU 364 1990 Nickey Edmondson JSU 270 1992 Danny Lee JSU 400

Avg 18.3 13.2 15.6 10.2 11.4 13.5 13.8

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—Kickoff Returns Year Name Team Yds 1979 AW Clark JSU 510 1987 Darrell Malone JSU 352 1989 Darrell Malone JSU 379 1992 Danny Lee JSU 587

Avg 24.8 28.0 27.1 34.5

Freshman of the Year Year Name Pos 1980 Alvin Wright NG

Team JSU

SLC Statistical Leaders TEAM LEADERS – Rushing Offense Year Team Avg. 2000 JSU 193.9 2001 JSU 226.5 TEAM LEADERS – Passing Offense Year Team Avg. 1997 JSU 263.3 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS – Rushing Offense Year Name Team Att. Yds Avg 2001 Rondy Rogers JSU 212 1417 128.8 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS – Total Offense Year Name Team TP Rush Pass Yds. 1997 Montressa Kirby JSU 490 101 2816 2917

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INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—Punting Year Name Team 1981 Gregg Lowery JSU 1982 Gregg Lowery JSU

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Avg 6.6 9.0 9.0 8.4

Team JSU JSU JSU JSU JSU JSU JSU

RECORDS

TEAM LEADERS—Scoring Defense Year Team Points Avg 1975 JSU 101 10.1 1976 JSU 98 10.8 1977 JSU 140 12.7 1988 JSU 105 10.5 1989 JSU 70 7.0 1990 JSU 122 12.2 1991 JSU 78 8.7

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—Scoring Year Name Team Points 1971 Boyce Callahan JSU 60 1975 Mike Hobson JSU 72 1982 Walter Broughton JSU 90 1988 David Gulledge JSU 84

Coach of the Year Year Name 1977 Jim Fuller 1978 Jim Fuller 1981 Jim Fuller 1982 Jim Fuller 1989 Bill Burgess 1991 Bill Burgess 1992 Bill Burgess

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TEAM LEADERS—Rushing Defense Year Team Total Yds Avg 1974 JSU 1593 144.8 1988 JSU 832 83.2 1992 JSU 1704 121.7

Avg 159.8 210.1

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TEAM LEADERS—Passing Defense Year Team Total Yds Avg 1989 JSU 1115 111.5

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—Total Offense Year Name Team Total Yds 1978 Bobby Ray Green JSU 1279 1981 Ed Lett JSU 1969

Defensive Player of the Year Year Name Pos Team 1979 Greg Robinson LB JSU 1981 Alvin Wright NG JSU

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TEAM LEADERS—Total Defense Year Team Total Yds Avg 1988 JSU 2360 236.0 1989 JSU 2338 233.8 1991 JSU 2409 267.7

Yds 539 534 619

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TEAM LEADERS—Scoring Offense Year Team Points Avg 1971 JSU 297 33.0 1973 JSU 319 35.4 1978 JSU 256 28.4 1981 JSU 335 30.5 1982 JSU 366 36.6 1989 JSU 322 32.2 1991 JSU 316 35.1

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—Pass Receiving Year Name Team Rec. 1977 Donald Young JSU 44 1978 Butch Barker JSU 47 1979 Derrick Whitely JSU 37

Offensive Player of the Year Year Name Pos Team 1978 Bobby Ray Green QB JSU 1981 Ed Lett QB JSU 1982 Ed Lett QB JSU 1989 David Gulledge QB JSU 1991 Nickey Edmondson QB JSU

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TEAM LEADERS—Rushing Offense Year Team Total Yds Avg 1971 JSU 1976 219.5 1988 JSU 2719 271.9 1989 JSU 2648 264.8 1990 JSU 2747 274.7 1991 JSU 2992 332.4

Yds 1351 1293 1555 1314 1987 1969 2107

Ed Lett

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INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—Rushing Year Name Team Yds 1971 Boyce Callahan JSU 910 1972 Boyce Callahan JSU 1087 1973 Boyce Callahan JSU 949 1976 Ken Kovacevich JSU 786

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TEAM LEADERS—Total Offense Year Team Total Yds Avg 1971 JSU 3179 353.2 1973 JSU 3588 398.5 1978 JSU 3339 371.0 1982 JSU 4196 419.6


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL ALL-SLC SELECTIONS 2002 Markee Coleman CB Jermaine Hoyt DL Richie Rhodes P Deon White OL 2001 Rondy Rogers RB Jeremy Sullivan OL Richie Rhodes P Taylor Mitchell DL Markee Coleman S 2000 Jeremy Sullivan OL Delvin Hughley DB Rondy Rogers RB Cornell Buford LB Natarsha James S

1999 Joey Hamilton Alvin Owens Calvin Nichols Delvin Hughley 1998 Joey Hamilton Montressa Kirby Eurosius Parker Joel Ingram Mark Word Calvin Nichols Alton Murphy Eurosius Parker 1997 Montressa Kirby Ronald Bonner Jason Hass

SLC OFFENSIVE PLAYER-OF-THE-YEAR, 1998 Montressa Kirby, QB

WR OL DL CB

SLC FRESHMAN-OF-THE-YEAR, 1999 Reggie Stancil, QB

WR QB RS OL DL DL LB CB QB WR OL

Reggie Stancil

NATIONAL PLAYER OF THE WEEK Reggie Stancil, Offensive, Sept. 8, 2001 Rondy Rogers, Offensive, Nov. 5, 2000 Richie Rhodes, Special Teams, Oct. 13, 2002 Markee Coleman, Defensive, Oct. 27, 2002

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SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE HONORS

SLC PLAYER OF THE WEEK Ashley Martin, Special Teams, Sept. 3, 2001 Reggie Stancil, Offensive, Sept. 10, 2001 Rondy Rogers, Offensive, Oct. 8, 2001 Reggie Stancil, Offensive, Oct. 22, 2001 Richie Rhodes, Special Teams, Nov. 18, 2001 Delvin Hughley, Defensive, Sept. 11, 2000 Natarsha James, Defensive, Sept. 25, 2000 Rondy Rogers, Offensive, Nov. 5, 2000 Reggie Stancil, Offensive, Nov. 12, 2000 Joey Hamilton, Special Teams, Oct. 4, 1999 Ronald Bonner, Offensive, Sept. 28, 1998 Montressa Kirby, Offensive, Oct. 19, 1998 Montressa Kirby, Offensive, Sept. 6, 1997 Montressa Kirby, Offensive, Sept. 13, 1997 Steven Lee, Special Teams, Sept. 1, 2002 Russell Green, Defensive, Sept. 29, 2002 Richie Rhodes, Special Teams, Oct. 6, 2002 Richie Rhodes, Special Teams, Oct. 13, 2002 Markee Coleman, Defensive, Oct. 27, 2002

GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE HONORS ALL-GSC SELECTIONS: 1992 Ja’Karl Barnett ILB Eric King OLB Carlos Shepard CB Andre Allen OG Danny Lee RS Matt Hollis C Slade Stinnett K Wendell Kelley DE Curtis McDaniel DE 1991 Nickey Edmondson QB (Offensive Player of the Year) Ken Gregory OG Danny Lee RS John Sanders DT Brian Davis LB Rodney Scott DB 1990 David Gulledge QB Jeff Williams OT Mike Allison OG Rodney Summerour LB Darrell Malone DB 1989 David Gulledge QB (Offensive Player of the Year) Nate Hawkins OL Keith Henderson OL Orlando Adams DT Freddy Goodwin OLB Eric Davis DB Slade Stinnett PLK Nickey Edmondson KR 1988

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Joe Billingsley OG Terry Thomas FB Ashley Kay PLK Orlando Adams DT Rod Williams ILB 1987 Troy Smith OLB Joe Billingsley OG 1986 Keith McKeller TE 1985 John Tucker OG Derrick Thomas WR 1984 Kyle McGovern LB Alvin Wright NG Alonzo Blackmon LB 1983 Walter Broughton RB Chris Ray OG Rusty Fuller TE Ralph Battle FS Alvin Wright NG Kyle McGovern DE 1982 Ed Lett QB (Offensive Player of the Year) Gregg Lowery P Chris Ray OG Rusty Fuller TE Ralph Battle FS Ted Watson DT Chris Hobbs K 1981 Ed Lett QB (Offensive Player of the Year)

Alvin Wright NG (Defensive Player of the Year) Jon Barefield OT Terry Stephens DB Gregg Lowery P Simon Shephard LB 1980 Mark Moore DB Tommy Phillips OG Alvin Wright NG 1979 Derick Whitely SE Greg Robinson LB (Defensive Player of the Year) Gregg Lowery P 1978 Jesse Baker DT Butch Barker TE James Moreen WB Donald Young SE Bobby Ray Green QB Randy Ragsdale OT 1977 Jesse Baker DT Mitchell Knox DE 1976 Randy Ragsdale OT Gary Wagner NG Mitchell Knox DE 1975 Mike Hobson FB Calvin Word OT Henry Studyvent DE John Beasley DT Jay Graham FS Joe Hix K

1974 Calvin Word OT Sindo Mayor LB John Beasley DT Henry Studyvent DE 1973 Boyce Callahan RB Calvin Word OT Joe Hix K Wayne Boyd DB Henry Studyvent DE Ralph Clayton OLB 1972 Boyce Callahan RB Wayne Boyd DB 1971 Bobby Marcum SE Bruce Nichols OT Boyce Callahan RB Danny Kemp K Ron Beaucham DT Ricky Weems LB GSC OFFENSIVE PLAYERS-OF-THE-YEAR Bobby Ray Green, QB Ed Lett, QB Ed Lett, QB David Gulledge, QB Nickey Edmondson, QB GSC DEFENSIVE PLAYERS-OF-THE-YEAR Greg Robinson, LB Alvin Wright, NG GSC FRESHMAN-OFTHE-YEAR Alvin Wright, NG


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE HONORS OVC FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS Year School

Kory Chapman, RB (first-team) Levet Jones, OL (first-team) Richie Rhodes, P (first-team) Mark Tibbs, DL (second-team) Jonathan Crutcher, LB (second-team) Steven Lee, PK (honorable mention)

2004

Oscar Bonds, RB (first-team) John Pettus, C (first-team) Craig Agee, RS (first-team) Russell Green, DB (first-team) Jonathan Crutcher, LB (second-team) LeMarcus Rowell, LB (second-team) Richie Rhodes, P (second-team)

2005

2007

TD AVG/G 12 120.7 14 145.5

Field Goals Year G MADE ATT 2008 11 7 9

PCT .778

Kickoff Returns Year G No. Yds 2007 11 49 1250

Td 1

Zach Walden, Special Teams, Sept. 4, 2005 Darren Williams, Newcomer, Sept. 18, 2005 Taurean Rhetta, Special Teams, Sept. 25, 2005 Darren Williams, Special Teams, Oct. 23, 2005 Clay Green, Offensive, Oct. 30, 2005 Gavin Slaughter, Defensive, Nov. 13, 2005

Total Defense Year G PLAYS YDS 2007 11 731 3897 Scoring Offense Year G Pts 2006 11 185

Avg. 25.9

Scoring Year 2007 2008

Avg. 23.4 21.7

Defense G Pts 11 257 11 239

Red Zone Offense Year G Red Zone Pct 2006 11 37-41 90.2 2008 11 38-41 92.7

Avg. 25.5

Ryan Perrilloux, Newcomer, Sept. 8, 2008 A.J. Davis, Defensive, Sept. 21, 2008 Ryan Perrilloux, Offensive, Sept. 28, 2008 Ryan Perrilloux, Newcomer, Sept. 28, 2008 Maurice Dupree, Special Teams, Oct. 5, 2008 Ryan Perrilloux, Newcomer, Oct. 5, 2008 Ryan Perrilloux, Offensive, Oct. 19, 2008 Alexander Henderson, Defensive, Oct. 19, 2008 Gavin Hallford, Special Teams, Oct. 19, 2008 Ryan Perrilloux, Newcomer, Oct. 19, 2008 Ryan Perrilloux, Offensive, Nov. 1, 2008 Andrew Ridgeway, Defensive, Nov. 16, 2008 Gavin Hallford, Special Teams, Nov. 26, 2008

TD AVG 26 354.3

Third Down Conversions Year G CON ATT 2008 11 67 144

PCT .465

Punting Year G 2003 12

Avg. 40.5

No. 69

Yds 2795

Turnover Margin Year G Fum Int Tot Fum Int Tot Mar Per Game 2003 12 17 15 32 8 12 19 +13 1.08 2004 11 11 5 16 11 16 27 +11 1.00 Kickoff Returns Year G No. 2005 11 35

Yds 790

Td 2

Avg. 22.6

Red Zone Offense Year G Red Zone Pct 2006 11 19-29 65.5 2008 11 25-40 62.5

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Pass Efficiency Defense Year G PCT YDS TD EFFIC 2008 11 55.6 2172 10 111.00

Red Zone Defense Year G Red Zone Pct 2006 11 19-29 65.5 2008 11 25-40 62.5

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INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Punting Richie Rhodes Year G No. 2003 12 67

2005 OVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

2008 OVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

RECORDS

AVG 408.1

AVG/G 242.1 260.3 215.3

Oscar Bonds, Offensive, Sept. 19, 2004 Gavin Hallford, Special Teams, Sept. 19, 2004 Oscar Bonds, Offensive, Sept. 26, 2004 LaMarcus Rowell, Defensive, Sept. 26, 2004 Antoine Bullock, Special Teams, Sept. 26, 2004 LaMarcus Rowell, Defensive, Oct. 17, 2004 Oscar Bonds, Offensive, Nov. 6, 2004 Craig Agee, Nov. 6, 2004 Craig Agee, Nov. 13, 2004 Craig Agee, Nov. 29, 2004

Gavin Hallford, Special Teams, Sept. 2, 2007 Drew Robinson, Defensive, Sept. 9, 2007 Gavin Hallford, Special Teams, Sept. 9, 2007 Carnell Clark, Defensive, Sept. 30, 2007 Maurice Dupree, co-Special Teams, Sept. 30, 2007 Gavin Hallford, co-Special Teams, Sept. 30, 2007 Cedric Johnson, Newcomer, Oct. 7, 2007 Cedric Johnson, Offensive, Oct. 14, 2007 Cedric Johnson, Newcomer, Oct. 14, 2007 Zach Walden, Special Teams, Oct. 14, 2007 Maurice Dupree, Special Teams, Nov. 4, 2007 Taurean Rhetta, Special Teams, Nov. 18, 2007

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2007 OVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

O P P O NE NT S

Total Offense Year G YDS 2008 11 4489

Richie Rhodes, Special Teams, Sept. 1, 2003 Richie Rhodes, Special Teams, Sept. 29, 2003 Kory Chapman, Offensive, Oct. 13, 2003 George Summers, Defensive, Oct. 20, 2003 Maurice Mullins, Offensive, Nov. 10, 2003 Richie Rhodes, Special Teams, Nov. 17, 2003 Richie Rhodes, Special Teams, Nov. 24, 2003

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John Scott, NG, (first-team) Gavin Hallfordk, PK (first-team) Devon May, OL (second-team) Devin Phillips, LB (second-team) Maurice Dupree, RS (second-team) Cedric Johnson, QB (newcomer)

TD 31 41 28

2003 OVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

LeMarcus Rowell, Defense, Sept. 2, 2006 Clay Green, Offense, Oct. 1, 2006 Lemarcus Rowell, Defense, Oct. 1, 2006 Zach Walden, Special Teams, Oct. 1, 2006 Zach Walden, Special Teams, Oct. 8, 2006 Zach Walden, Special Teams, Oct. 29, 2006 Kenny Brown, Defensive, Nov. 18, 2006 Clay Green, Special Teams, Nov. 18, 2006

COAC HE S

Clay Green, RB (second-team) Taurean Rhetta, WR (second-team) Keith Gergel, OG (second-team) Greg Green, DL (second-team) LeMarcus Rowell, LB (second-team) Kenny Brown, DB (second-team) Craig Agee, DB (second-team) Montae Pitts, DB (newcomer) Devon May, OL (newcomer)

Rushing Offense Year G ATT YDS 2003 12 573 2905 2004 11 550 2863 2005 11 506 2368

2004    Jack Crowe

2004 OVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

2006

TEAM Rushing Defense Year G ATT YDS 2003 12 393 1448 2007 11 426 1600

2004 OVC COACH OF THE YEAR

2006 OVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK

G AM ECO CK S

Clay Green, RB (first-team) Rod Olds, C (first-team) Kimani Brown, OG (first-team) Kenny Brown, DB (first-team) Haneef Haqq, DB (second-team) Keith Gergel, OL (newcomer) Darren Williams, DB (newcomer)

Richie Rhodes, Special Teams, Nov. 24, 2003 Drew Robinson, Defensive, Sept. 9, 2007 Maurice Dupree, Special Teams, Sept. 30, 2007

O U T LO O K

Murray State Evansville Murray State Murray State Tennessee Tech Western Kentucky Tennessee Tech Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Tech Middle Tennessee Middle Tennessee Middle Tennessee Tennessee Tech Middle Tennessee Tennessee Tech Tennessee Tech Tennessee Tech Eastern Kentucky East Tennessee Middle Tennessee Morehead State Western Kentucky Middle Tennessee Middle Tennessee Morehead State Eastern Kentucky Eastern Kentucky East Tennessee Western Kentucky Western Kentucky Tennessee Tech Western Kentucky Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Tech Eastern Kentucky Austin Peay Western Kentucky Murray State Western Kentucky Eastern Kentucky Eastern Kentucky Eastern Kentucky Eastern Kentucky Middle Tennessee Eastern Kentucky Murray State Eastern Kentucky Youngstown State Eastern Kentucky Middle Tennessee Eastern Kentucky Middle Tennessee Eastern Kentucky Middle Tennessee Eastern Kentucky Eastern Kentucky Murray State Murray State Eastern Kentucky Tennessee State Tennessee State Western Kentucky Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois Murray State Jacksonville State Jacksonville State Eastern Illinois Eastern Illinois Tennessee-Martin Eastern Kentucky Eastern Kentucky

NATIONAL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

2003

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1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

All-OVC

Yds 2761

Avg. 41.2

Passing Efficiency Name Year Effic Maurice Mullins 2004 147.72 Points Responsible For Name Year Pts Resp Avg. Ryan Perrilloux 2008 156.0 14.18

Punt Returns Name Year Craig Agee 2004 Maurice Dupree 2007

Avg. 20.5 13.9

Kickoff Returns Name Year Clay Green 2004 Maurice Dupree 2007 Maurice Dupree 2008

Scoring Name Oscar Bonds Clay Green Gavin Hallford

Year 2004 2006 2007

Avg. 10.36 8.7 9.0

Avg. 28.0 29.4 28.3

All-Purpose Name Clay Green Clay Green

Year 2005 2006

Avg. 186.2 155.6

Field Goals Name Gavin Hallford

Year 2007

Avg. 2.00

Field Goal Pct. Name Gavin Hallford

Year 2007

Avg. 75.9

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2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL COACH C.A. Holton Milton Harper G.Z. Henderson Earl Wells F.A. Harwood Ernest Jones Ben Harris J.W. Stephenson C.C. Bush Earl Wren Al Clemmons T.B. Shotts C.C. Dillon Osmo Smith Ray Wedgeworth Don Salls Jim Blevins Charley Pell Clarkie Mayfield Jim Fuller Joe Hollis Bill Burgess Mike Williams Jeff Richards Jack Crowe OVERALL

W 2 4 0 1 29 21 9 1 8 18 2 3 3 95 22 33 20 54 4 84 9 1 57 480

L T 5 0 — No Record — No Record 3 0 2 0 3 2 13 8 8 3 5 0 6 0 13 1 24 4 16 3 5 0 5 1 57 11 15 1 13 1 11 0 25 0 5 1 49 4 17 0 5 0 42 0

PCT. .666

348

.580

40

.571 .000 .500 .656 .703 .643 .143 .386 .435 .167 .375 .388 .647 .592 .713 .645 .683 .450 .628 .364 .166 .575

Coach J.W. Stephenson

Coach Jim Blevins

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YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RECORDS

Coach Bill Burgess

186

Coach Jim Fuller

Coach Clarkie Mayfield


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL JSU HEAD COACH/CAPTAINS

L

T

5

4

0

1905

C.A. Holton

1

1

0

1962

Don Salls – Lamar Caldwell, Bobby Johnson

4

3

2

1906

Milton Harper, G.Z. Henderson no record

1963

Don Salls – Ronnie Harris, Doug Wheeler

4

4

1

1907

G.Z. Henderson no record

1964

Don Salls – Gary Tucker, Bobby Welch

4

4

1

1908

Earl Wells – Paul Stevenson

4

3

0

1965

Jim Blevins – Mike Mann

7

2

0

1909

F.A. Harwood

0

2

0

1966

Jim Blevins – Anthony Emanuel, Richard Drawdy

8

2

0

1910

Ernest Jones – J.M. Cannon, G.W. Penton

1

3

2

1967

Jim Blevins – Terry Harris

4

5

1

1911

Ben Harris – James Davis, A.J. Hyde

4

1

2

1968

Jim Blevins – Allen Rhinehart, John Niblett

3

6

0

1912

Ben Harris – James Davis

2

3

0

1969

Charley Pell – Tony Tingram, Bubba Long, Bill Williamson

3

6

0

1913

Ben Harris – James Davis

4

0

1

1970

Charley Pell – Jim Champion, Mike Little

10

0

0

1914

Ben Harris –Shafer Young, A.M. Boone

3

1

0

1971

Charley Pell – Doc Lett, Ricky Weems

6

3

0

1915

Ben Harris - G.G. Lawson

5

2

0

1972

Charley Pell – Alan Paseur, Ron Beaucham, Bill Abston

7

2

1

1916

Ben Harris – B.P. Livingston

2

4

1

1973

Charley Pell – Boyce Callahan, Ralph Clayton, Ralph Brock

7

2

0

1917

Ben Harris – Robert Maxwell

9

0

1

1974

Clarkie Mayfield – Greg Mantooth, Sindo Mayor, Roy Shaddix

7

4

0

1918

Ben Harris – Downing McCullars

1

2

1

1975

Clarkie Mayfield – Mike Hobson, Calvin Word, Henry Studyvent

7

3

0

1919

Ben Harris – Thurston Powell

4

3

1

1976

Clarkie Mayfield – Robert Toney, Larry Barnes, Vince Dilorenzo

6

4

0

1920

J.W. Stephenson

7

1

1

1977

Jim Fuller – Gurley Swanigan, Mitchell Knox

11

3

0

1921

J.W. Stephenson

5

2

2

1978

Jim Fuller – Jesse Baker, Bobby Ray Green

7

3

0

1922

C.C. Bush

4

4

0

1979

Jim Fuller – Greg Robinson, Mark Huskey

4

6

0

1923

C.C. Bush

3

2

1

1980

Jim Fuller – Tommy Phillips, Mike Inman, Mark Moore

8

3

0

1924

C.C. Bush

6

3

0

1981

Jim Fuller – Frank O’Dell, Harris Montgomery

8

3

0

1925

Earl Wren – Fred Burnham

1

6

0

1982

Jim Fuller – Ed Lett, Ted Watson

10

2

0

1926

Al Clemmons – Ben Cannon, Alton Parrish

1

7

0

1983

Jim Fuller – Ralph Battle, Reginald Goodloe

6

5

0

1927

Al Clemmons – Richard Waters

2

4

1

1984

Joe Hollis – Barret Lloyd, Alvin Wright

4

5

1

1928

Al Clemmons – Richard Waters

5

2

0

1929

J.W. Stephenson – Preacher Morgan

5

3

0

1985

Bill Burgess – Chris Mayhall, Steve Walker, D.T. Thomas, Scott Keeling

3

6

1

1930

J.W. Stephenson – Richard Waters

4

3

1

1986

Bill Burgess – David Coffey, Rusty Grimmett

5

4

1

1931

T.B. Shotts – Barto Hughes

0

9

1

1987

Bill Burgess – Pat White, Troy Smith, Garey Waiters

5

4

1

1932

T.B. Shotts – Barto Hughes

2

3

1

1933

T.B. Shotts – Clyde Lusk

2

5

1

1988

Bill Burgess – Joe Billingsley, Judge Stringer, Roy Williams, Terry Thomas

10

2

0

1934

T.B. Shotts – Troy Mintz

5

4

0

1989

Bill Burgess – Orlando Adams, Freddy Goodwin, Keith Henderson, Randy Beck

13

1

0

1935

T.B. Shotts – Red Hudson

2

5

0

1936

T.B. Shotts – Johnny Baker

1

3

1

1990

Bill Burgess – David Gulledge, Reginald James, Ronnie Crutcher, Jeff Williams

9

3

0

1937

T.B. Shotts

0

5

0

1938

C.C. Dillon – Ed Colvin

1

6

1

1991

Bill Burgess – Nickey Edmondson, Jeff Smith, Brian Davis, Rodney Scott

12

1

0

1939

C.C. Dillon – Hudson Estes

0

7

2

1992

Bill Burgess – Danny Lee, Brandt Dooley, Wendell Kelley, Eric King, Carlos Shepard

12

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1940

Osmo Smith – Hudson Estes

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Bill Burgess – Matt Hollis, Ja’Karl Barnett

3

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Bill Burgess – Chuck Robinson, Mondreco Blair, Fred Mack

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1995

Bill Burgess – John Ingram, Darron Edwards,

7

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Don Salls – Elbert Couch

3

5

1

1996

Bill Burgess – David Mahaffey, Eric Mims

1

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0

1947

Don Salls – George Heath

9

0

0

1997

Mike Williams – Montressa Kirby, Eric Mims, Ronald Bonner

1

10

0

1948

Don Salls – Bill Clark

8

1

1

1998

Mike Williams - Montressa Kirby, Joel Ingram, Eurosius Parker

7

4

0

1949

Don Salls – Paul Adams

6

3

0

1950

Don Salls – Earl Roberts

6

2

1

1999

Mike Williams/Jeff Richards – Daniel Kirkland, Joey Hamilton, Calvin Nicholls

1

10

0

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4

6

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Don Salls – Whit Wyatt

3

3

2

1952

Don Salls - Bernard Hammett, Jodie Connell

3

6

0

2001

Jack Crowe - Jeremy Sullivan, Reggie Stancil, Rondy Rogers

5

6

0

1953

Ray Wedgeworth – Johnny Howell, Travis Walker

3

5

1

2002

Jack Crowe - Jermaine Hoyt, Markee Coleman, Deon White

5

6

0

1

2003

Jack Crowe – Jonathan Dryer, Levet Jones, DeWayne Cuffie

8

4

0

Jack Crowe – Jonathan Crutcher, John Pettus, Danny Tillery

9

2

0

1954

Don Salls – Paul Thompson, Harold Bentley

7

2

1955

Don Salls – Roy Bailey, Bill Clark

10

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2004

1956

Don Salls – Johnny Johnston, Bill Clark

5

3

0

2005

Jack Crowe - Rod Olds, Haneef Haqq

6

5

0

1957

Don Salls – Bud McCarty, Tom Langston

4

4

0

2006

Jack Crowe – Clay Green, Craig Agee

6

5

0

0

2007

Jack Crowe – Drew Robinson, Taurean Rhetta, John Scott

6

5

0

2008

Jack Crowe – Keith Gergel, Kenny Walker, Gavin Hallford

8

3

0

1958

Don Salls – E.G. Taylor, Jim Glasgow

5

4

1959

Don Salls – E.G. Taylor, Jim Glasgow, Bill Nichols

6

2

1

1960

Don Salls – Rayford Talley

3

6

0

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1946 Don Salls (head coach), C.C. Dillon 1947 Don Salls (head coach), C.C. Dillion, Ray Wedgeworth 1948 Don Salls (head coach), C.C. Dillion, Ray Wedgeworth, Tom Roberson 1949 Don Salls (head coach), C.C. Dillion, Ray Wedgeworth, Tom Roberson 1950 Don Salls (head coach), C.C. Dillion, Ray Wedgeworth, Tom Roberson 1951 Don Salls (head coach), Ray Wedgeworth 1952 Don Salls (head coach), Ray Wedgeworth 1953 Ray Wedgeworth (head coach), Tom Roberson 1954 Don Salls (head coach), Ray Wedgeworth 1963 Tom Roberson 1964 Don Salls (head coach), Tom Roberson, Jim Blevins 1965 Jim Blevins (head coach), Carlton Rankin, Ken Beard 1966 Jim Blevins ( head coach), Carlton Rankin, Ken Beard 1967 Jim Blevins (head coach), Carlton Rankin, Ken Beard 1968 Jim Blevins (head coach), Ken Beard, Grady Elmore, Buddy Blakenship 1969 Charley Pell (head coach), Ron Haushalter, Clarkie Mayfield, Kyle Albright, Cotton Clark 1970 Charley Pell (head coach), Clarkie Mayfield, Kyle Albright, Cotton Clark , Jim Fuller, Ray Emanuel 1971 Charley Pell (head coach), Clarkie Mayfield, Kyle Albright, Cotton Clark, Jim Fuller, Ray Emanuel 1972 Charley Pell (head coach), Clarkie Mayfield, Kyle Albright, Cotton Clark, Jim Fuller, Ray Emanuel 1973 Charley Pell (head coach), Clarkie Mayfield, Cotton Clark, Jim Fuller, Joe Kines, Ray Emanuel 1974 Clarkie Mayfield (head coach), Joe Kines, John Childress, Jimmy Champion, Tommy Simpson, Bobby Marcum 1975 Clarkie Mayfield (head coach), Jim Fuller, Tommy Simpson, Jimmy Champion, Bobby Marcum, Joe Kines 1976 Clarkie Mayfield (head coach), Jim Fuller, Watson Brown, Joe Kines, Greg Mantooth, Bobby Marcum 1977 Jim Fuller (head coach), Watson Brown, Bill Shaw, Greg Mantooth, Bobby Marcum, Grady Maddox, Johnny Sullivan 1978 Jim Fuller (head coach), Greg Mantooth, Bill Shaw, Bobby Marcum, Jerry Beach, Grady Maddox, Dyer Carlisle 1979 Jim Fuller (head coach), Jack White, Frank Vohun, Jerry Beach, Dyer Carlisle, Bubba May 1980 Jim Fuller (head coach), Jack White, Jerry Beach, Frank Vohun, Dyer Carlisle, Steve McGill, Bubba Gibson 1981 Jim Fuller (head coach), Jack White, Jerry Beach, Frank Vohun,Dyer Carlisle, Steve McGill, Bubba Gibson, Don Jacobs 1982 Jim Fuller (head coach), Jack White, Jerry Beach, Frank Vohun,Bubba Gibson, Don Jacobs, Eddie Garfinkle 1983 Jim Fuller (head coach), Bubba Gibson, Don Jacobs, Frank Vohun,Eddie Garfinkle, Jim Tompkins, Randy Ragsdale, Fred Riley 1984 Joe Hollis (head coach), Britt Williams, Jim Collins, Bubba Gibson, Eddie Garfinkle, Tim Stowers, Randy Ragsdale 1985 Bill Burgess (head coach), Charles Maniscalco, Roland Houston, Eddie Garfinkle, Bubba Gibson, David Saunders

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1986 Bill Burgess (head coach), Charles Maniscalco, Roland Houston, David Suanders, Eddie Garfinkle, Bubba Gibson 1987 Bill Burgess (head coach), Charles Maniscalco, Roland Houston, David Suanders, Eddie Garfinkle, Mark Fleetwood 1988 Bill Burgess (head coach), Charles Maniscalco, Roland Houston, David Suanders, Eddie Garfinkle, Mark Fleetwood, Richard Koehler 1989 Bill Burgess (head coach), Charles Maniscalco, Roland Houston, David Suanders, Eddie Garfinkle, Mark Fleetwood 1990 Bill Burgess (head coach), Charles Maniscalco, Roland Houston, Eddie Garfinkle, Mark Fleetwood, Greg Stewart, Jay Brown 1991 Bill Burgess (head coach), Charles Maniscalco, Roland Houston, Eddie Garfinkle, Greg Stewart, Jay Brown, David Sikes 1992 Bill Burgess (head coach), Charles Maniscalco, Roland Houston, Randy Beck, Greg Stewart, Jay Brown, David Sikes 1993 Bill Burgess (head coach), Charles Maniscalco, Roland Houston, Joe Billingsley, Greg Stewart, Jay Brown, David Sikes 1994 Bill Burgess (head coach), Charles Maniscalco, Roland Houston, Joe Billingsley, Greg Stewart, Jay Brown, Charles Kelly 1995 Bill Burgess (head coach), Charles Maniscalco, Roland Houston, Joe Billingsley, Greg Stewart, Jay Brown, Charles Kelly 1996 Bill Burgess (head coach), Patrick Nix, Roland Houston, Joe Billingsley, Greg Stewart, Charles Kelly, Wayne Lee 1997 Mike Williams (head coach), Doug Meacham, Charles Kelly, Patrick Nix, Darryl Holmes, Eddie Stephenson, Deke Adams, Greg Stewart, Jason Simpson, Josh Niblett, Ronald Jones, Brady Ackerman 1998 Mike Williams (head coach), Doug Meacham, Charles Kelly, Patrick Nix, Darryl Holmes, Jeff Richards, Eddie Stephenson, Rick Carter, Billy Matthews, Scott Shankles, Jason Simpson, Fred Tate, Josh Niblett 1999 Mike Williams (head coach), Mike Bugar, Greg Chatham, Ricky Herzog, Joel Ingram, Josh Niblett, Jeff Richards (interim head coach), Jason Simpson, Eddie Stephenson, Hayden Stockton, Fred Tate 2000 Jack Crowe (head coach), Willie Slater, Greg Stewart, Mike Bobo, Brad McAbee, Patrick McGee, Jimmy Ogle, Hayden Stockton, Matt Wannebo, Ronnie Letson, Scott Long 2001 Jack Crowe (head coach), Willie Slater, Greg Stewart, Kirk Botkin, Jimmy Ogle, Matt Wannebo, Brad McAbee, Ronnie Letson, Scott Long 2002 Jack Crowe (head coach), Willie Slater, Greg Stewart, Brad McAbee, Patrick McGee, Jimmy Ogle, Matt Wannebo, Kirk Botkin, Max Thurmond, Montressa Kirby, Scott Long 2003 Jack Crowe (head coach), Willie Slater, Greg Stewart, Brad McAbee, Patrick McGee, Jimmy Ogle, Matt Wannebo, Kirk Botkin, Scott Long, Max Thurmond, Montressa Kirby 2004 Jack Crowe (head coach) Kirk Botkin, Ronnie Letson, Brad McAbee, Jeremy Sullivan, Jimmy Ogle, Adam Ross, Greg Stewart, Maxwell Thurmond, Matt Wannebo, Montressa Kirby 2005 Jack Crowe (head coach) Kirk Botkin, Ronnie Letson, Roland Houston, Jeremy Sullivan, Jimmy Ogle, Adam Ross, Greg Stewart, Maxwell Thurmond, Matt Wannebo, Montressa Kirby 2006 Jack Crowe (head coach) Dan Augustine, Merritt Bowden, Ronnie Letson, Jimmy Ogle, Adam Ross, Jeremy Sullivan, Greg Stewart, Maxwell Thurmond, Matt Wannebo, T.D. Woods 2007 Jack Crowe (head coach) Dan Augustine, Jeff Burrow, Ronnie Letson, Toby Norwood, Jimmy Ogle, Adam Ross, Jeremy Sullivan, Greg Stewart, Maxwell Thurmond, Matt Wannebo 2008 Jack Crowe (head coach) Dan Augustine, Jeff Burrow, Ronnie Letson, Toby Norwood, Jimmy Ogle, Adam Ross, Scott Smouse, Greg Stewart, Maxwell Thurmond, Matt Wannebo


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GABERT, William (51) GABLES, Don (67,68) GABLES, Tab (67,68,69,70) GAINES, Dell (2000,01) GAINES, Jim (67) GAITHER, Pearino (46,47,48,49) GALLAHAN, Tim (99) GANN, Tim (82) GARFINKLE, Ed (77,78,79) GARNER, James (47) GARNER, L.C. (47,48,49,50) GARRETT,Snuffy (61) GARRETT, Noah (46,47,48,49) GARTH, Marcus (88) GARTH, Zevon (94,95,96,97) GASTON, Finus C. GAVIN, Scott (79) GAULDIN, Jack (60,63) GENTLE, M. Glenn (trainer 60-63) GENTLES, Ray (60,61,62,63) GEORGE, Brandon (2008) GEORGE, Jon (2007) GERGEL, Keith (2005,06,07,08) GERMANY, Bob (71,72,73,74) GIBBS, Harry (62,63) GIBSON, Mike (2004) GIBSON, Scott (90) GILLAM, Mac (67, 68) GILLILAND, James (47,48,49,50) GIOVINGO, Bernard (67) GLASGOW, Jim R. (57,58,59) GLEATON, Kerry (98,99,2000,01) GLOVER, Bill (72) GLOVER, Jim (72) GLOYD, Brett (2007,08) GOBLE, Darrell (88) GODFREY, Gary (69,70,71) GOGGANS, Ernest (51) GOODLOE, Reginald (80,81,82,83) GOODWIN, Fred (86,87,88,89) GORDON, Abram (2007) GORDON, Corky (91,92,93,94) GORDON, Spencer (2000,01) GORDON, Terry (?) GORDON, Tony (94,95,96,97) GOSA, Vincent (95,96) GOSSE, Keith (98) GOSTANIAN, Armenak (77,78,79) GOVER, Marcus (88,89) GRAHAM, Jay (75) GRAHAM, Marty (71,72) GRAMMER, Ricky (76,77,78) GRAMMER, Terry (72,73,74,75) GRANT, Brian (96) GRANT, Tim (79) GRANT, Thomas (2001, 02) GRANVILLE, Marvell (97,98,2001) GREEN, Clay (2003,04,05,06) GREEN, Bobby Ray (75,76,77,78) GREEN, Darren (88,89,90,91) GREEN, Greg (2003,04,05,06) GREEN, Rod L. (77,78,79)

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EARLY, Carroll (53) ECHOLS, Mike (71) EDMONDS, Pat (62,63) EDMONDSON, Nicki (88,89,90,91) EDWARDS, Darron (92,93,94,95) EDWARDS, Rod (79) EITSON, Louis (47,48) ELDER, Keith (73) ELKINS, Ronnie (60) ELLIS, Michael (2008) ELLIS, Roy (59) ELSTON, Marquise (2005,06,07,08) EMANUEL, Ray (65,66,67,68) EMANUEL, Tony (64,65,66,67) EMERSON, Bo (75,76,77,78) ENGLISH, Mike (80)

FARLEY, Daryl (80) FARMER, Pat (86,87,88) FARRELL, Bill (47,48) FAULKNER, Arthur E. (58) FEARBY, Leonard (79) FELGAR, Robert FERGERSON, Leslie (82,83) FINDLEY, Chris (2008) FINCH, Rodney (98,99) FINK, Nick FISHER, Barclay C. (64) FLETCHER, Thomas “Mert” FLINT, Lamont (2000,01) FLOWERS, Bert (89,90,91,92) FLOWERS, Rod (88) FLOYD, Ralph (79) FLOYD, Stoney (88) FORBES, Chris (2003,04,05,06) FORBES, Darwood (57,58) FORD, David P. (80) FORMBY, Gary (71) FOSHEE, Ron (70) FOSKEY, Elihue (91,92,93) FRADY, Ernest (50) FREEMAN, Cory (2007,08) FREEMAN, Ryan (96,97,98,99) FREENEY, Alphonso (2007,08) FULLER, James (50) FULLER, Rusty (1979,80,81,82) FULMER, Roy (57,58,59,60)

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CADE, Ken (2003) CADE, Marcus (98) CAIN, Josh (2006,07,08) CAIN, J.P. (47,48,49,50) CALDWELL, Chad (94,95,96,97) CALDWELL, Doug (53,54) CALDWELL, Lamar (61,62,63) CALLAHAN, Boyce (70,71,72,73) CALLEJA, Ken (74,75) CAMACHO, David (92) CAMERON, Jeffery (2008) CAMPBELL, Ray (51,52,53) CAMPBELL, Kyle (86,87,88,89) CANADA, Mike (71,72,73,74,75) CARDEN, A. Dewey (MGR.’49) CARDEN, Wayne (69,70,71,72) CARLISLE, Luke (2001,02) CARLTON, Jake (98,99,2000,01) CARPENTER, Roy (89,91) CARPENTER, Tommy (64) CAROTHERS, Jason (98) CARR, Reginald (86) CARROLL, Josh (2006,07,08) CARROLL, Ken (88) CARROLL, Wayne (68,69,70,71) CARSON, Mac (57,58)

DACUS, Joe (52) DAIES, Michael (97,98,99) DAILEY, Juson (2002) DANIEL, Tony (47,48,49,50) DANIELS, Kelvin (79) DANSBY, Charles (66) DANSLEY, Charles (68) DARBY, Charles (57) DARBY, Robert (57) DARBY, Sean (2004,06,07) DARNELL, Dusty (2000,01) DARNELL, Lyle K. (55,56) DAUGHERTY, John (69) DAUGHERTY, Ken (83) DAUGHERTY, Maurice (2002, 03, 04) DAVENPORT, Brenton (2005,06,07,08) DAVENPORT, George (82) DAVIDSON, Doug (57,58) DAVIS, A.J. (2008) DAVIS, Aubrey (53,54) DAVIS, Brian (88,89,90,91) DAVIS, Eric (86,87,88,89) DAVIS, Gavin (97,99) DAVIS, Jim (88,89) DAVIS, Kevin (96) DAVIS, L. Huelon (55,56) DAVIS, Larry Joe (61,62,63) DAVIS, Richard P. (82) DAVIS, Tim E. (75,76,77,78) DAVIS, Tony (80,81,82) DEAN, Frank D. (64) DEAVERS, Randa11 (71,72,73,74) DELMARTER, Derek (2001, 02) DERAMUS, Shelton (94,95,96) DERAMUS, Toren (90) DIALS, Yancey (88,89,90) DIGGS, Ned (82,83) DILLARD, Billy (79,80) DILLARD, Merrill (77,78) DILORENZO, Vince (73,74,75,76) DIXON, Marques (91) DIXON, Corey (2001) DOBBS, Robert W. (51,53) DOMIAN, Ron (83) DONAHOO, Bobby (53,54) DONALDSON, Ron (76) DOOLEY, Brandt (89,90,91) DORAN, Ray (88) DOSS, Allen (87,88,89,90) DOUGLAS, Marcus (2005) DOUGLAS, Martin (47,48) DOUTHIT, Floyd “Buster” (Mgr.) DRAGG, Gregg (87) DRAKE, Rodney (68) DRAWDY, Richard (64) DRISKILL, Clyde (38) DRIVER, Robert (80) DRYER, Jonathan (2001, 02, 03) DUDLEY, Charles (88) DUKE, Jerry (57,58) DUNCAN, Billy (73) DUNCAN, Rodger (79) DUNLAP, David (63) DUNN, Cecil E. (57,61,62,63) DUNN, John (57,58) DUPLAN, Joey (96,97) DUPREE, Maurice (2006,07,08) DURHAM, Adam (2005) DURRANT, Tim (77) DUTTON, Chad (2006) DUTTON, Dusty (86,87) DYSON, Tywone (98)

ENNIS, Roy (60) ETHERIDGE, Mitch (86) ETSON, Lewis (46) EVANS, Chriss M. (61) EVANS, Darry (82) EVANS, Roy (79)

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CUMBAA, De (71,72,73,74) CUMMINGS, J. Robert (53) CUNDIFF, David (70) CUNDIFF, Mike (69.70,71,72) CUNNINGHAM, Gary (82,83) CURNUTT, Billy (56) CURRIE, Joe L. (53,54,55,56,57) CURRY, William (98,99) CURTIS, Martin (92) CZAR, Jason (91,92)

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BACON, Don (53) BAILEY, Juan (92,93,94,95) BAILEY, Roy J. (53,54,55,56) BAILEY, Steve (87,88,89,90) BAIRD, Tony (72) BAKER, Charley (60,61) BAKER, Jesse (75,76,77,78) BAKER, Nat (80,81,82,83) BAKER, Robert (51,52) BAKER, X.L. (38) BALDING, Irvin (50) BALDWIN, Don (50) BANKS, Jeffrey (2002) BANKS, Lerenzo (99,2000,01) BARDEN, Will (97) BAREFIELD, Jon (79,80,81,82) BAREFOOT, Tony (86,87) BARKER, Butch (75,76,77,78) BARNES, Joe (47,48) BARNES, Larry (73,74,75,76) BARNETT, Ja’Karl (90,91,92,93) BARRETT, Doug (55) BARRON, Brooks (96,97,98,99) BARRON, Dwight (77) BARRON, Jerry (68) BARTON, Danny (80,81,82,83) BASS, Max (58,60) BATES, Ear1 (51) BATTLE, Lewis (95) BATTLE, Ralph (79,80,82,83) BAXTER, Mike (74,75,76,77) BEAN, Corey (95,96) BEARD, Pau1 (62,64) BEARDEN, Nevi1 (69) BEASLEY, Bobby (57) BEASLEY, Brian (79) BEASLEY, George B. (55,56) BEASLEY, John (73,74,75) BEATTY, Sloan (88) BEAUCHAM, Ron (68,69,70,71,72) BECK, ?(58) BECK, Randy (86,87,88,89) BELL, Herman (97,98,99,2000) BELL, Morris Richard (63,64) BELL, Roger (99,2000, 01) BELL, Stanley (61) BELL, William (86,87,88,89) BENNETT, Ellis (2007,08) BENNETT, Floyd (50) BENNETT, Tyson (95,96) BENTLEY, Harold (51,52,53,54,55) BENTON, Brady (95,96,97) BICE, Frank (51) BILLINGSLEY, Joe (85,86,87,88) BISHOP, Paul (88, 89,90,91) BLACK, Sam (56,57) BLACK, W. Ray (50) BLACKRURN, Frank (57,58) BLACKMON, Alonzo (83) BLACKWELL, Allen (68) BLADE, Jarrad (2004) BLAIR, Benny (80,81,82) BLAIR, Mondreco (91,92,93,94) BLAIR, Sam (2003) BLAIR, Warren (94,95,96,97) BLAKEMORE, Jake (47,48) BLANCHARD, Fran (80,81,82,83) BLANCHARD, James (83)

CARTER, Arland (61,62,63) CARTER, Deonte (2006,07,08) CARTER, Jessie Fray (47,48,49) CARTER, Jim (54) CARTER, Rick (94,95,96,97) CARTER, Robert Ear1 (79) CARTWRIGHT, Charles (2001, 02, 03) CASEY, Fred (55,56,57) CASEY, James (49,50) CASEY, William Harold (46,47,48,49) CASH, Irby “Syrupy” (47,48,49,50) CASSIDY, Bill B. (47,48,49,50) CASSIDY, Don (67,68) CASSIDY, Rex (47,48,49,50) CHAFFIN, Ken (72) CHAFIN, James (49) CHAFIN, Mike (67) CHAMANZAD, Al (2008) CHAMBERS, Neal (96,97) CHAMBERS, Odell (92,93,94,95) CHAMBERS, Tylor (2008) CHAMPION, Jim (67,68,69,70) CHANDLER, Corey (73,74) CHANEY, John (70,71,72,73) CHASE, M. Bruce (47,48) CHAPMAN, Kory (2002, 03) CHAPPELL, Mike (72,73,74,75) CHASTAINE, Bobby (62,63) CHEAVERS, Larry (68) CHILDERS, E. Earl (51) CHILDRESS, Michael (96,97,98,99) CHILDS, Greg (92,93) CHISUM, Aric (96) CLARK, A.W. (79) CLARK, Carnell (2006,07,08) CLARK, Charles F. (58,59,60) CLARK, Effram (80) CLARK, Leroy (2003,04,05) CLARK, Jack (69) CLARK, William David (53,54,55,56) CLARK, William “Tubby” (47,48,49,50) CLAYTON, Ralph (70,71,72,73) CLECKLER, Ray (88) CLEMENTS, Pat (77) CLEMONS, Isaiah (80) CLEMONS, Roy Kendal (53,54) CLEPPER, Jim (58,59,60,61) CLEVELAND, Ed (61) CLINKSCALES, Steve (72,73) COALSON, Wayne (57,58) COATS, Monte (83,84,85,86) COEFIELD, Eddie (53) COFFEE, Tommy (82) COFFEY, David (83,84,85,86) COGER, Tremayne (2008) COGGIN, Drew (97,98,99) COLE, Chris (91) COLE, Eddie (96,97,98,99) COLE, Jerry (53,54,55,56,57) COLEMAN, James (74,75,76,77) COLEMAN, Jerome (76,77,78,79) COLEMAN, Joel (83) COLEMAN, Markee (99,2000,01, 02) COLEMAN, Randy (98,99) COLEY, Ben (69) COLEY, Bob D. (51,52,53,54,55) COLLINS, Jim B. (48,49,50) COLLINS, Mike (92,93) COLLINS, Royce (71) COLLINS, Terry (69,70,71) COLQUITT, Tim (79) COLTON, Greg (77,78,79,80) CONAWAY, Kenneth E. (51) CONNELL, Jerry (53) CONNELL, Jodie (50,51,52) COOLEY, Mark (76,77,78) COOPER, John (77) COOPER, Ronald (79,80,81,82) COSBY, Rodney (86) COTNEY, Steve (70,71) COTTON, Theo (70) COUCH, Elbert (47,48) COX, Bobby (75,76) COX, Cory (95) COX, Jim (73,74,75) COX, John (70) COX, Keith (73) COXWELL, James L. (62,63) COYLE, Joe (80) CRAWFORD, Dr. Samuel CRENSHAW, Rodney (92,93,94) CROOKS, Anthony (83) CROSBY, Craig (87) CROW, Steven (79) CRUMP, Ray (90,91,92) CRUMP, Richard (73) CRUTCHER, Jonathan (2001, 02, 03, 04) CRUTCHER, Ron (86,87,88,90) CUFFIE, DeWayne (2000, 01, 02, 03) CULLIN, Mike (87,88)

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BLAND, Hugh (70) BLANDINGBURGH, Marcus (98,99,2000,01) BLANKENSHIP, Jim (69,70,71,72) BLASINGAME, Omar (98,99,01) BLOUNT, Cecil (87,88,89,90) BLUE, Kevin (86,87,88,89) BOBO, Harold (61) BOLDEN, Courtney (2002, 03) BOLDING, Erwin (?) BONDS, Oscar (2003, 04) BONNER, Antonio (2007,08) BONNER, Robert (67) BONNER, Ronald (97,98) BOOKER, Jawaan (2008) BOONE, John (58) BOOZER, Ted (58,59,60) BOWEN, Idral (80,82,83,84) BOWENS, Quinto (2002) BOWENS, Terence (89,90,91,92) BOWERS, Wes (80) BOWIE, Quincy (99,2000,01) BOWIE, William (2004,05) BOYD, C.J. (2000,01, 02) BOYD, Gresham (51) BOYD, Mike D. (82,83) BOYD, Wayne (70,71,72,73) BRANNON, Richard (70) BRAZELTON, Albines (86) BRIDGES, Marty (91,92) BRICK, Ryan (2003) BRITTON, Francia (38) BROADWAY, Allen (96) BROCK, Danny (87,88) BROCK, Ralph Dieter (72,73) BROCK, Ray (76,77,78,79) BROTHERS, Ricky (71,72,73,74) BROUGHTON, Walter (80,81,82,83) BROWN, David Wayne (83) BROWN, Jeremy (95) BROWN, Kenny (2003,04,05, 06) BROWN, Kimani (2002,03,04,05) BROWN, Milton Wayne (63) BROWN, Roderick (2000) BROWNLEE, Cedric (77,78,79,80) BRUCE, L.D. (46) BRUGGE, Hubert (47,48,49,50) BRYANT, Dacquin (2005) BRYANT, Echols (53,54) BRYANT, Larry (75) BUCHANAN, Larry (67) BUFORD, Cornell (97,98,99,2000) BULGER, Don (53,54,55) BULLARD, Car1 (79) BULLEN, Jeff (83) BULLOCK, Antoine (2003, 04) BUNCH, Randa11 (64) BURDICK, Mike (76,77) BURGER, Stan (58,59) BURGESS, Ray (55,56,57,58) BURKHALTER, Jim (82,83) BURLISON, Daryl (71,72,73,74) BURROUGHS, Tom (74) BUSBY, Charlie (80) BUSBY, Larry (64) BUSH, Anthony (80,81,82) BUTLER, Jamie (79) BUTTS, Carl (79) BUTTS, Warren (86,87,88,89) BYRD, Robert (64) BYRD, Rod (2008) BYROM, Chris (74,75) BAIN, James Paul (47,48,49,50)

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ABBOTT, Earl (57, 58) ABERNATHY, Bardy (74) ABSTON, Bill (71,72) ADAMS, Dale (75,76,77,78) ADAMS, Frank (50) ADAMS, Orlando “Cheeseburger” (86,87,88,89) ADAMS, Paul (47,48,49,50) AGEE, Craig (2003,04,05, 06) AKERMON, Jerry (69) AKIN, Dean (56,57,58) AKINS, Donnie (82,83) ALLEN, Andre (90, 91,92, 93) ALLEN, Cedric (97,98,99,2000) ALLEN, Earl (86) ALLEN, Homer (80) ALLEN, Milford (68) ALLEN, Shea (06) ALLEN, Tracy (86,87,88,89) ALLISON, B.J. (47,48,49) ALLISON, Banyon (91,92,93,94) ALLISON, Mike (87,88, 89,90) ALLMAN, Kim (72) ANDERSON Jay (86) ANDREWS, Antonio (97,98) ASH, Darrell (87,88,89,90) ATCHISON, Ben (2004,05) AUSBURN, Rocky (79) AUSTIN, Don (67,68) AUTRY, Derrick (98,99,2000) AYERS, Jake (59,60)


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GREEN, Rod (2001, 02, 03, 04) GREEN, Russell (2001, 02, 03, 04) GREEN, Shawn (2006,07) GREEN, Tyler (91,92) GREER, Henry (38) GREER, Richard (51,52) GREGG, Murray C. (47,48,49,50) GREGORY, Ken W. (88,89,90,91) GRENGA, J. Kelly (49) GRIEP, Eugene (61,62,63) GRIER, Brian (93,94,95) GRIFFIE, Derrick (90,91,92,93) GRIFFITH, Matt (88,89) GRIMMETT, Mickey J. (57,58,60,61) GRIMMETT, Rusty (86) GRIMSLEY, Chris (95,96) GRISHAM, Charlie L. (53,54,55,56) GRISWOLD, Ty (2005,06,07) GRIZZARD, Jack (53,54) GROGAN, Gerald C. (56) GRUBBS, Michael (88) GUICE, Charles (86) GUICE, Fred (63) GUIN, Jack B. (61) GULLEDGE, David (87,88,89,90) GULLION, William H.”Guinea” (46,47,48,49) GUNN, Harrison (2007) GUNTER, Hobart (49,50)

HALL, Jack (80,81,82) HALL, Jim (87,88,89) HALL, Rowe (64) HALLFORD, Gavin (2004,06,07,08) HALMARK, Randy (71,72,73) HALPIN, Gerald (58,61) HAMILTON, Joey (96,97,98,99) HAMILTON, Steve (87) HAMMETT, J. Bernard (49,50,51,52) HAMMETT, John David (75,76,77,78) HAMMETT, Ray (74,75,76) HAMMONDS, Joey (77) HAMMONDS, Tony (69) HAMNER, John W. (60) HAMPTON, Ed (88,90,91) HAMPTON, Mark (79,80,81,82,83) HANCOCK, Chris (93,94,95,96) HAND, Aaron (38) HANKS, James E. (63) HANNEN, Rick (77,78,79) HANSON, Gene (53,54,55) HANSON, Marty (75,76,77,78) HAQQ, Haneef (2002,03,04,05) HARCROW, Jessie (96) HARBIN, John (57) HARBIN, Robert (77,78,79,80) HARCROW, Jesse (96) HARDIN, Matt (2004,05,06,07) HARNEN, Rocky (77) HARDMAN, Wayne C. (51) HARDY, J. Wesley (47,48,49,50) HARMON, Jerome (56) HARPER, Jeremy (97,98,99) HARRELSON, Al (67,68) HARRIS, Bobby M. (51,52) HARRIS, Charles E. (82) HARRIS, Derrick (2005,06) HARRIS, Eddie (95,96) HARRIS, Erik (95) HARRIS, Jim (61) HARRIS, Ronnie (61,62,63) HARRIS, Terry (64,65,66,67) HARRISON, Carol G. (53,54,55,56,57) HART, Antron (2008) HARTLINE, Jerry (2000) HARTSELL, Buddy (76,79) HARTSFIELD, Byron (79) HARTSFIELD, Joe (80,81,82) HASS, Jason (94,95,96,97) HATCHER, Pete (80,81,82,83) HATFIELD, Randy (67,68,69) HAWK, James (57,58) HAWKINS, Bill H. (47) HAWKINS, Glenn (47,48,49) HAWKINS, Nate (86,87,88) HAYES, Arsenio (2007) HAYES, Robert Hal (?) HAYNES, Andy (88) HAYNIE, Joe H. (64) HAYWOOD, James B. (47,48) HEARN, C. Richard (48,49) HEATH, George “Blackie” (47,48,49) HEATH, T.J. (2007,08) HEATON, Sam (47,48) HEDDEN, Don (64,65,66,67) HELTON, Chris (77) HENDERSON, Alexander (2006,07,08) HENDERSON, Alford (79,80) HENDERSON, Bill (68,69) HENDERSON, Joe Paul (76,77,78,79) HENDERSON, Michael Keith (86,87,88,89)

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HENDERSON, Robert T. (51,52) HENDERSON, Terry (66) HENRY, Buddy (73) HERRING, Jeff (79) HIBBS, Roger (71,72,73,74) HICKS, Billy (55,56,57) HICKS, Dennis (57,58) HICKS, Ron (88,89,90) HICKS, Wilson C. (53,54,55,56) HICKS, Jr.,James M.(47,48) HIGGINS, Gary (68,69) HIGGINS, Revy (91,92) HIGHTOWER, Bob “Coon” (60) HIGHTOWER, Clyde (46,47,48,49) HIGHTOWER, David (72) HILL, Bennie (77,78,79) HILL, Ed James (83) HILL, G. Wayne (58) HILL, Jeff (86,87,88,89) HILL, Jim (38) HILL, Michael (95) HILL, Raymond (47,48) HILL, Rusty (2004) HILL, Steve (80,81,82) HILL, Vesta (38) HILYER, Chuck (47,48) HIX, Joe (72,73,74,75) HOASTER, Mike (79) HOBBS, Chris (82,83) HOBBS, Henry (68,69,70,71) HOBBS, Lee (87) HOBLITZELL, Tommy (95,96) HOBSON, Mike (73,74,75) HODGE, Marvin (67,68,69) HODGE, Scott (86) HODGES, Don (58,59) HODGES, Gerald “Duck”(?) HODGES, M.G. (61) HODGES, Terry H. (47,48,49,50) HOGAN, Jake (2000) HOLCOMB, Tom Willard (57,58) HOLCOMBE, Chad (94,95,96) HOLCOMBE, Joel (2000) HOLCOMBE, George (68) HOLDER, Jr., Virgil L. (51,52,53,54,55) HOLDERFIELD, Mike (70) HOLDERFIELD, Vance (87,88) HOLLIDAY, Daryl (86) HOLLIDAY, Jim (64) HOLLIFIELD, Jerry (62,63) HOLLINGSWORTH, E. Stan (55) HOLLIS, Matt (90,91,92,93) HOLMES, Doug (70) HOLMES,Stephen (98) HOLLOWAY, Casey (82) HOLT, Kevin (95) HOOPER, Kelly (65) HOPE, Wellington (80) HOPKINS, Brad (98,99,2000) HOPKINS, Keith (95) HORNBUCKLE, Wayne (68,69,70,71) HORNE, Ray A. (50,51,52) HORTON, Jason (2008) HORTON, Myron HORTON, Ronnie (58,60) HORTON, Vincent (90,91,92,93) HOSMER, Carlton T. (51) HOUSE, Bobby (79,80) HOUSTON, Jarvis (2002, 04) HOWARD, Carter (62) HOWARD, Jermaine (2001) HOWARD, John (97,98,99,2000) HOWARD, Justin (2008) HOWELL, Andy (79) HOWELL, Gary (57,58) HOWELL, John H. (51,52,53) HOWELL, Lamar (53,54) HOWELL, Tymichal (90) HOYT, Jermaine (99,2000,01, 02) HUBBARD, N.C. (50,51) HUBBARD, Ron (83) HUBBARD, Wendell (60,61,62,63) HUDSON, Billy H. (49,50,53,54) HUDSON, Estes (38) HUDSON, Lynn (80) HUDSON, Marvin (61) HUDSON, Tom (88) HUGHLEY, Delvin (97,98,99,2000) HUMPHREY, Jarren (2004,05) HUNT, Robin (74,75) HUNTER, Mitchell (97,98) HUSKEY, Mark (76,77,78,79) HUTCHINSON, Mike (71) HUTCHINSON, Willie (87,88,89,90) HYCHE, Jason (95) INGRAM, Joel (95,96,97,98) INGRAM, John (92,93,94,95) INGRAM, Tony (67,68,69) INMAN, Mike (80) IRBY, Monaleto (94,95,96)

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ISAAC, Jedarius (95,96,97) ISRAEL, Bob (69) IVORY, Marquis (2008)

JACKSON, Amel (94,95,96,97) JACKSON, Daniel (2005,06,07,08) JACKSON,David (69) JACKSON, Jackie (60,61,62,63) JACKSON, Jim (58,60) JACKSON, Jim (67,68) JACKSON, Ralph (46) JACKSON, Randy (73,74,75,76) JACKSON, Ray (2001) JAMES, Carlow (2000,01) JAMES, Dan (83) JAMES, Kevin (91,92,93,94) JAMES, Natarsha (97,98,99,2000) JAMES, Reginald (87,88,89,90) JARRELLS, Jeff (80) JAUDON, Stark (59) JEFFERSON, Al (2006,07,08) JENKINS, Arthur (82) JENKINS, Ralph (2000,01, 02, 03) JETT, Willie (91,92,93,94) JOHNS, Eric (2006,07,08) JOHNSON, Bill H. (75) JOHNSON, Bobby Joe (60,61,62,63) JOHNSON, Cedric (2007) JOHNSON, Clarence (47) JOHNSON, Frank (51,52) JOHNSON, Howie (82,83) JOHNSON, Jeff (89,90,91,92) JOHNSON, Jimmy (99,2000,01) JOHNSON, Larry (77) JOHNSON, Michael (2004,05,06,07) JOHNSON, Ralph (87,88, 89,90) JOHNSON, Sam (69,70,71,72} JOHNSON, Shawn (88,89,90) JOHNSON, Terrell (2007) JOHNSON, Tim (83) JOHNSTON, John B. (53,54,55,56) JOLLY, Bill (49) JOLLEY, Phil (62,63,64) JOLLEY, Venoy (56,57) JONES, Aaron (2005,06,07) JONES, Anthony (2007,08) JONES, Daniel (88,89,90) JONES, Edward (51) JONES, Jeff (2006) JONES, Levet (2001, 02, 03) JONES, Lewis “Brick” (47,48,49,50) JONES, Lonzo (2004,05) JONES, Matt (2008) JONES, Morrell (2008) JONES, Terry D. (80) JONES. Terry J. (86,87) JONES, Jr., Otis P. (64) JONES, Walter (96) JONES, Wimpy (38)

ALL-TIME LETTERMAN

KROHN, Brian (80) KUYKENDALL, Bill G. (?)

LAGOD, Randy (79,80,81,82) LAMBERT, Steven (79) LANDERS, Andy J. (64) LANDERS, Ned (58) LANDRUM, James (70) LANDRUM, Wayne (69) LANE, Bobby (80) LANE, Rodney (87) LANEY, Ray (71) LANGFORD, George (82) LANGSTON, Tom E. (57,58,61) LANKFORD, Rodney (83) LAUGHTERS, Mike (68) LAWRENCE, Dick (74) LAWRENCE, Mike (88,89,90) LAWSON, Ron (74,75,76) LEDBETTER, Bobby (51,52,53) LEE, Bobby (72) LEE, Danny (90,91,92) LEE, James O. (49,50} LEE, Jim A. (62,63) LEE, Steven (2001, 02, 03) LENDERMAN, Jim (1972,73,74) LEONARD, Maurice (73,74) LEONTIS, Andy (57) LESTER, Mike (91,92) LETT, “Doc”(68,69,70,71) LETT, Ed (79,80,81,82) LEWIS, Marcus (2002,03) LEWIS, Monte (2008) LEWIS, Steve (89,90,91,92) LILES, Randy (71) LILES, Wayne (82) LINDERMAN, Jim (72,73,74) LINDLEY, Drec (2008) LITTLE, Mike (68,69,70) LITTLE, Raymon (2000) LITTRELL, Bill (58) LIVELY, Joe (57,58) LIVELY, Marty (79) LIVINGSTON, Matt (95,96) LLOYD, Barrett (82,83) LOCKHART, Felix (83) LOCKRIDGE, Robert (48) LONG, Bubba (67,68,69) LOONEY, Jerod (97) LOOPER, Randy (72) LOUD, Delvechio (98,99,2000,01) LOVE, James (77) LOVING, Jerry W. (64,65,66,67) LOVERIDGE, Roger (80,81,82,83) LOWE, Jeremy (95) LOWERY, Greg (79,80,81,82) LUCAS, Bob J. (58,59) LUCAS, Kelcey (93,94,95,96) LUNDY, Bill (79,80) LUSK, Richard (66) LUTTRELL, David (64) LUTTRELL, Jim R. (56,57,58,59) LYLES, Mark (89,90,91) LYNCH, Bill (70,71,72)

KM

KADLE, David (98,99) KAHELE, Dana (80) KARLOSKY, Charles (76) KAY, Ashley (86,87,88) KAY, Justin (2008) KEAHEY, C. Wayne (57,58,59,60) KEE, Wayne (86) KEECH, George (53,54,55,56) KEELING, Scott (83) KELL, B. Byron (?) KELLEY, Kenton (94,95,96,97) KELLEY, Wendell (89,90,91,92) KELLY, Robert (67) KEMP, Danny (69,70,71) KEY, Tony (64) KILE, Johnny (71) KILLION, Etheridge (?) KINES, Austin Joe (64) KINES, Jack (51,52) KINES, Joe (63,64,65) KING, Dick (48) KING, Eric (89,90,91,92) KING, Eric (98) KINNARD, Keith (96) KINNIE, Rodney (86,87,88,89) KINSAUL, David (67) KINSEY, Benson (2005) KINZY, Jr., Bill C. (58,59,60,61) KIRK, Chris (2002, 03, 04) KIRBY, Montressa (95,96,97,98) KIRKLAND, Daniel (96,97,98,99) KIRKLAND, Jim H. (64) KLINNER, Brad (98, 2002) KNOPP, Billy (75,76) KNOWLTON, Gordon (70,71,72,73) KNOX, Jim (69,70,71) KNOX, Mitchell (74,75,76,77) KNOX, Teon (95,96) KOVACEVICH, Ken (76) KROCHINA, John (51) KROGER, Tim (79)

MACHEN, Lewis (38) MACHEN, Robert (51) MACK, Fred (91,92,93,94) MACON, Tom (75,76,77,78) MACTAGGART, Pat (64) MADDUX, Tommy (60,61) MAHAFFEY, David (93,94,95,96) MALLORY, Peck (?) MALONE, Darrell (87,88,89,90) MALONE, Jeffrey (79) MALSY, Kevin (96) MANDLI, Alex (53,54,55,56) MANN, Jacky (72) MANN, Mike (64) MANSFIELD, Skylar (2003,04,05) MANTOOTH, Greg (73,74) MAPLE, Keith (90, 91, 92,93) MARCUM, Robb (68,69,70) MARCUM, Scott (69,70,71,72) MARKHAM, Bob (67) MARLER, David (76) MARLER, Joe (62,63) MARSHALL, Ray (2000) MARTIN, Ashley (2001) MARTIN, Askaree (2000,01) MARTIN, Don (54) MARTIN, Douglas (46,47,48,49) MARTIN, Jim (70,71) MARTIN, Jim (96) MARTIN, Keith (75,76,77) MARTINEZ, Wayne (67) MASSEY, Shaun (86) MATHEWS, Pete (38) MATHIS, B.J. (51,52) MATSON, Randy (72) MAULDIN, Donald (51,52)

MAY, Devon (2006,07) MAYS, Santez (2008) MAYBEN, Jim H. (58,59,60) MAYHALL, Chris (83) MAYHALL, Shannon (86) MAYES, Santez (2006) MAYO, Anthony (2000,01,02,03) MAYOR, Sindo (71,72,73,74) MAYS, Santez (2007) MAZE, Hugh Lee (61) McBEE, John G. (57,58) McCAIN, Doug (58) McCALL, Rod (86,87) McCAMPBELL. Bill B. (49,50) McCANTS, Curtis (87) McCARTY, Bob (58) McCARTY, Charles “Bud” (51,53,57) McCLAIN, Carlos (82) McCLINTON, Noah (82) McCORD, Reggie (83,86) McCOY, Buddy (69,70,71,72) McCOY, Calvin (62,63) McCOY, Jimmy (2000) McCOLLOUGH, Eriles (97,98,99,2000) McCREARY, Charles (74,75,76,77) McCRIMON, Ron Fred (82,83) McDANIEL, James (46,47,48,49) McGILL, Tom (68) McGHEE, Olive (2001) McGOVERN, Kyle (80,81,82,83) McKELLER, Keith (86) McKELVEY, Terry (83,86,87) McKINNEY, Rod (79) McQUAIG, Jim (53) McROBERTS, Charley (69,70,71) MEADOWS, Bob (68) MEADOWS, Jason (83,86,87) MEADOWS, John L. (49,50,51,52) MEEKS, Russell (93) MIDDLETON, Calvin (2008) MILAM, Phil (64) MILLICAN, Dusty (2002, 03, 04) MILLICAN, Larry (69) MILLER, Calvin (92) MILLER, Jeff (82) MILLER, Josh (2000,01) MILLER, Mickey (88,89,90,91) MILLER, Mike (72) MILLER, Mike L. (64) MILLS, Bill (64) MILLS, Jim (73) MIMS, Eric (94,95,96,97) MINTZ, Brian (82,83) MITCHAM, B. Duane (60) MITCHELL, Curt (75,76) MITCHELL, DeMarcus (2001) MITCHELL, Marcus (2001,02,03,04) MITCHELL, Mike (2005) MITCHELL, Taylor (98,99,2000,01) MITCHEM, Wes (97,98,99) MIZE, Chuck (68) MIZER, Mountie (79) MONTGOMERY, Harris (79,80) MOORE, Mark (79,80) MOORE, Tom (64,66) MOORER, Maceo (95) MOREEN, James (79) MORELLI, Marty (73,74,75,76) MORLEY, Chandler (94,95,96) MORRIS, Jay (96,97) MORRISON, Jim (69,70) MORROW, Jeffrey (79) MOTEN, Josh (2004,05,06,07) MULLINS, Maurice (2002,03,04,05) MUNHALL, Mike (68,69,70,71) MURDOCK, Wayne (55) MURPHY, Alton (96,97,98,99) MURRAY, Ronald (2005,06,07,08)

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NANCE, Steve (95) NAPIER, Craig (87,88) NAUGHTER, Dennis (69) NEAL, William (57) NELSON, Frank (46,47,48,49) NEURA, Ed (58,59,60,61) NEWMAN, Ernest (47,48) NEWMAN, Johnny (67,68) NEWMAN, Preston (68,69,70) NEWTON, Trace (2001) NIBLETT, John (65,66,67,68) NICHOLS, Bill (57,58,59,60) NICHOLS, Bruce (68,69,70,71) NICHOLS,Calvin (98,99) NICHOLS, Mike (67) NICHOLS, Tim (74) NICKELSON, Barney (68) NIX, Alan (86,87,88) NORMAN, Phil (80) NUNLEY, John “Scooter” (82,83) ODOM, Ryan (2002


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL ALL-TIME LETTERMAN

UPNER, John (77) UTTER, Mike (74,75)

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ZALANKA, Rylee (2008) ZEINE, Raynodd (2003,04,05,06) ZINN, Tony (66)

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YARBROUGH, Owen (79,80) YOCUM, Jr., Harry (53,54) YOUNG, Andre (91) YOUNG, Bakari (2001,02,04,05) YOUNG, Don G. (75,76,77,78) YOUNG, Fred (88,89,90,91) YOUNG, Joe (79) YOUNG, Ron Len (75,76)

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WADE, Bill (77) WADE, Reggie (2008) WADLEY, Jamison (2008) WAGNER, Gary (73,74,75,76) WAGNON, Will (2000,01, 02) WAID, Richard (90,91,92,93) WAITERS, Garey (83,84,85,86) WAKEFIELD, LaDonn (88) WALDEN, Zach (2005,06,07,08) WALKER,? (58) WALKER, John (82) WALKER, Kenny (2005,06,07,08) WALKER, Randy F. (77) WALKER, Steve (82,83) WALKER, Travis (51,52,53,54,55) WALLACE, Brad (96,97,98,99) WALLS, Hassell (70,71,72) WALTERS, David (69) WALTON, Chuck (68) WALTON, Gabe (94,95,96) WANZER, Chris (67,68) WARD, Brett (2000) WARD, Jason (2000,01) WARE, Kevin (79,80) WARE, Yeasive (99) WARLICK, Howard (Trainer ‘49) WARREN, Corey (2001, 02) WARREN, Derek (88) WARREN, Donald (53,54) WASHBURN, Mickey (49,50,51,52) WASHINGTON, Jerry (57) WASHINGTON, Matt (2007,08) WATKINS, Theo (88) WATSON, Ted (79,80,81,82) WATTS, Greg (74,75,76) WATTS,.Mike L. (76,77,78,79) WAYTOUCH, Mike (83) WEAVER, Roger (69) WEAVER, Roland (75,76,77) WEAVER, Tim (79) WEBB, Ronnie (79) WEBSTER, Dan (67,68,69)

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VICKERS, Mickey (74,75) VICKERY, Landen (2006) VINSON, Donald (62,63) VINSON, Ray (64) V0LLENWEIDER, Ray (82,83)

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WEBSTER, David (70,71) WEDGEWORTH, Frank (57,58) WEEMS, Rick (68,69,70,71) WEESNER, Mike (73) WELCH, Bobby (64) WELDON, Arthur (64) WELDON, Howard (64) WEST, Harry (49,50,51,52) WESTER, Frank (79) WHALEY, Grover (58,59,60) WHEELER, Doug (62,63,64) WHEELER, William D. (64) WHIDDON, John (2008) WHIDDON, Jon (94,95,96) WHIDDON, Tommy Joe (2004,05,06) WHITE, C.J. (2007) WHITE, Deon (2001, 02) WHITE, James (47,48,49,50) WHITE, John (79) WHITE, Loring (75,76,77) WHITE, Luther L. “Buddy” (52) WHITE, Pat (86) WHITE, Sherry (56,57) WHITE, Terry (88,89,90,91) WHITE, Tom (38) WHITE, Jr., George O. “Shorty” (57) WHITELY, Derrick (77,78,79,80) WHITT, Anton (94,95) WHORTON, Michael (83) WIGGINS, J.W. (49,50) WIGGINS,Wallace (75,76) WILKERSON, James (2006,07,08) WILLIAMS, Andy (88) WILLIAMS, Charles L. (56,57,58) WILLIAMS, Darren (2005) WILLIAMS, Darryl (83) WILLIAMS, Donnie (67) WILLIAMS, Hank (83) WILLIAMS, Jimmy (58,59,60,61) WILLIAMS, John (47,48,49,50) WILLIAMS, Laray (2008) WILLIAMS, Mike (88) WILLIAMS, Nelson (48,49) WILLIAMS, Patrick (98,99) WILLIAMS, Ralph (38) WILLIAMS, Rod James (86) WILLIAMS, Sam (61) WILLIAMS, Seante (2003) WILLIAMS, Steven (2002) WILLIAMS, Wayne (82) WILLIAMS, Jr., James WILLIAMSON, Bill (68,69) WILLINGHAM, Terry (72,73) WILLIS, Neika (2000, 02, 03) WILSON, Barney (71) WILSON, E.C. “Baldy” (47,48) WILSON, Jeremy (2002,03,04,05) WILSON, Jim (72) WILSON, Ken (60,61) WILSON, Kenny (91,92,93) WILSON, Troy (92) WINCHES, Herb (68,69,70,71) WINCHESTER, Ernest (51) WISDOM, Harold (2000) WOFFORD, Curt (80) WOOD, Gene (47,48) WOOD, Jack (68) WOOD, Tony (93) WOODARD, Oliver WOODARD, Phil (51) WOODHAM, Al (55) WOODHAM, Gerald (54) WOODS, Tim (86) WOODSON, Marcus (2004) WOOLFORK, Josh (2004,05) WORD, Calvin (73,74,75) WORD, Mark (98) WORTHINGTON, Mike (96,97) WRIGHT, Alvin (80,81,82,83) WRIGHT, Jess (74,75,76) WRIGHT, Mike (73) WRIGHT, Terry (73) WYATT, Whitt (51,52) WYNN, Bob (50)

COAC HE S

TABLES,Carnillous (2005,06,07) TAFT, Walter (52) TALLEY, Buddy (71) TALLEY, Rayford (57,58,59,60) TALTON, Sam (72) TANNER, Mike (74) TARTER, ? (58) TARVIN, Shea (95)

T

TATE, Pat (88) TAYLOR, Bentwan (2000,01) TAYLOR, E.G. (57,58,59,60) TAYLOR, Fred (99,2000) TAYLOR, Mike (2006) TEAGUE, John (71) TERRELL, John (72,73,74,75) TERRY, Arn (61) TERRY, Gordon (49,50) THOMAS, Brandt (2006,07,08) THOMAS, Brody (2006) THOMAS, Demetrick (94,95,96) THOMAS, Derrick (82,83) THOMAS, John (84,85,86,87) THOMAS, Terry D. (86,87) THOMAS, Wayne (62) THOMPSON, Billy (62,63,64) THOMPSON, Paul R. (51,52,53,54,55) THOMPSON, Wayne (63) THORNE, Larry (86) THRASHER, Bobby THURMOND, Maxwell (96,97,99,2000) TIBBS, Mark (2001, 02, 03, 04) TIDMORE, J.C. (47,48) TIDWELL, Blane (79) TILLERY, Danny (2000, 01, 03, 04) TIMSELL, Aubrey (50) TINSLEY, Charles Aubrey (51,52) TIPLER, Steve (70) TIPTON, Johnny (61,62,63) TOLBERT, Duane (2005,06,07,08) TOMLIN, Tony (75,76) TONEY, Fred (67,68) TONEY, Robert (73,74,75,76) TOWNLEY, Robert E. (47,48) TOWNS, Bill (55) TRACY, Ron (67) TRAYLOR, Sam (57,58) TRUSSELL, Pat (73,74) TUCKER, Byrd (51) TUCKER, Gary (64) TUCKER, John (86,87) TULL, Jeremy (94,95,96) TURK, James (63,64) TURNER, Joe (62,63,64) TURNER, John W. (86,87) TURNER,Lewis (?) TYLER, Ron (73,74) TYUS, Sidney (93,94,95,96)

G AM ECO CK S

Q

QUINN, Patrick (2003) QUINN, Paul (51,52)

S

SANDERS, Camron (2000) SANDERS, Chris (2004) SANDERS, Darrell (86,87,88,89) SANDERS, John R. (88,89,90,91) SANDERS, Mike (79) SANDERS, Troy (82,83) SANDLIN, Charles (67,68) SANDS, Tyrone (79) SAVAGE, Jerry (64) SCHOMBURG, Rick (92,93,94,95) SCOTT, Joel (90,91) SCOTT, John (2004,05,06,07) SCOTT, Michael (86) SCOTT, Rod (88,89,90,91) SCREVEN, Gerry (58,59,60) SEABROOK, Larry (67) SEAMONS, Shane (95,96) SEIBOLD, Charles (47,48,49,51,52) SEPE, Mark (88) SETLIFF, Doug (88) SEWELL, Emory (47,48) SEWELL, Steve (71,72,73,74) SGAVICEHIA, Gene (49) SHADDIX, Jim (79,80) SHADDIX, Keith (93,94,95,96) SHADDIX, Robert (64) SHADDIX, Roy (71,72,73,74) SHANKLES, Harold (57,58) SHANKLES, Roy (60) SHAW, James (2008) SHAW, Josh (2001) SHELLEY, Robert (51,52,53,54) SHEPARD, Carlos (89,90,91,92) SHEPARD, Simon (80,81,82) SHERMAN, Randell (90,91,92,93) SHIPP, Byron (47,48) SHIPP, Robert (46) SHIRLEY, John (51)

SHOMBURG, Rick (92) SHORT, Gerald (64) SHUPE, Bill (77) SIEVING, Quad (92) SIMS, Guy E. “Sonny” (51,52,53,54) SIMS, Roy (64) SIRMON, Steve (69) SISSON, Mark (79) SISTRUNK, Derrick (2002,03,04,05) SISTRUNK, Dexter (2002,03,04) SIZEMORE, George (55) SKATES. Chester (55,56) SKIPPER, Adam (96,97,98,99) SLAUGHTER, Gavin (2002,03,04,05) SLOVENSKY, Ron (70) SMELLING, Andy (76) SMILEY, Jeff (96) SMITH, Adrian (2004,05,06,07) SMITH, Al (72) SMITH, Donnell (?) SMITH, D. “Whitey” (?) SMITH, Ernie (Mgr.64) SMITH, Harold “Preacher” (57,58) SMITH, Jarvis (2005,07) SMITH, Jeff (87, 89,90, 91) SMITH, John (47,48,49,50) SMITH, Ken (47,48,49,50) SMITH, Kevin (88) SMITH, Mac (2000,01, 02) SMITH, Philip (56) SMITH, Ryan (2002, 03) SMITH, Roy (49) SMITH, Scott (2000,01) SMITH, Steve (89,90,91) SMITH, Tom (?) SMITHERMAN, Ron (67) SOLLEY, Charles (53.54) SOUTHARD, Carson (61) SPANN, Ernest (53) SPANN, Glenn (67) SPARKMAN, Joe (63) SPARKS, Mike (86) SPEARMAN, Xavier (96,97) SPEAKS, Keller (2003,04,05,06) SPEARS, Tim (79) SPENSER, Reggie (2001) SPRATLIN, Charles (92) SPRAYBERRY, Charles (47,48) STANCIL, Reggie (99,2000, 01, 02) STANDRIDGE, Don (55,56,57) STANFORD, Jason (97) STANLEY, Lyle (76) STARR, Paul (48,49) STARY, John (48) STEDHAM, Gary (70,71,72,73,74) SPENSER, Reggie (2000) STEPHENS, Buddy (83) STEPHENS, Eric (91,92,93) STEPHENS, Terry D. (77,78,79,80) STEVENSON, Allen (75) STEVENSON, Brian (86,87,88,89) STEVENSON, Quintin (79,80,81,82,83) STEWART, Byron (86,87,88,89) STEWART, Chris (93,94,95,96) STEWART, Jack (53,54) STEWART, Jared (2007,08) STINNETT, Slade (89,90,91,92) STOKES, Ken (79,80,81,82) STONE, Bill (65, 66, 67,68) STONE, Richard (72,73) STONE, Virgil (69) STORY, Clifford (93,94,95,96) STOUDMIRE, Dewey (2003) STOUGH, Charles (49,50,51,52) STOVALL, Azriel (94,96,97) STOVALL, Ray (82,83) STRINGER, Judge (86,87,88) STRIPLIN, Benny (64) STRIPLING, Dale (77) STUART, Scott (2001, 02, 03) STUDDARD, Charles (79) STURDYVENT, Henry (72,73,74,75) SUDDUTH, Tim (91,92,93,94) SUGGS, Joey (2004) SULLIVAN, Jeremy (98,99,2000,01) SUMMEROUR, Rodney (87,88,89,90) SUMMERS, George (2004,05,06) SUTHERLAND, Lee (93,94,95) SWAIN, Willie (2004,05,06) SWANIGAN, Gurley (74,75,76,77) SWANSON, David (83) SWINFORD, Lynn (67,68)

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PACE, Angelo (95,96,97) PAGE, Ralph (76) PARCH,Kim (75,76) PARKER, Wayne (76,77,78,79) PARKER, Dick (76) PARKER, Eurosius (95,96,97,98) PARKER, Gary (72) PARKER, Michae1 (83) PARKER, Rod (84,85,86,87) PARRIS, Greg (71) PARRIS, Kelly (50) PARSONS, Dudley “Bubba” (79) PASS, J.L. (62,63) PASSEUR, Allen (66,71,72) PATRICK, Steve (86,87,88,89) PATTERSON, Billy (63) PATTERSON, Carey (50) PATTERSON, Greg (68) PATTERSON, Hal (96) PATTERSON, Kirk (80,83) PATTON, Louis (?) PATTON, Stacy (92,93,94) PATTY, Charles (47,48,49) PAULK, Nathan (2003, 04) PAYNE, Edgar (47,48) PEARSON, Virgil (73,74) PEAVEY, Scott (90,91,92,93) PECK, Bruce (64,65,66,67) PENNINGTON, George (67,68,69) PENNINGTON, Ralph (70,71) PEOPLES, Robert (91,92) PEPPER, Chris (80,81,82) PERRILLOUX, Ryan (2008) PERRY, “Lefty” (75,76) PERSONS, Jr., Jim (57,58) PETERS, Ben (71,72,73) PETTUS, Billy (63) PETTUS, John (2001, 02, 03, 04) PETTYJOHN, Tom (64) PHILLIPS, Devin (2005,06,07) PHILLIPS, Eric M. (86,87) PHILLIPS, Lamar (47,48) PHILLIPS, Tom D. (77,78,79,80) PHILLIPS, Tommy (53,54) PHILLIPS, Jr., John E. (58,59,60, 61) PICKETT, Wayne (80,81,82) PIERCE, Adam (99,2000) PILLITARY, Ben (49,50) PILOT, Tracy (91,92,93,94) PITTS, Montae (2006) PLEASANT, David (97,98,99) PLOTT, Patrick (95,96,98) POE, James (50) POE, Jason (2000,01) POOLE, Reggie (2002) POOLE, Tony (88) POPE, Nick (2002) PORCH, Jason (94,95) PORTER, W. Allen (80,81,82,83) PORTER, Curt (2007,08) PORTER, George (70,71,72) POSEY, Neil N. (47,48) POWELL, C. Phi1 (57,58,59) POWELL, Eric (91,92,93,94) POWELL, Nelsen (88) PRATER, Darrell (2000, 01, 02, 03) PRESKITT, Gene (69,70,71,72) PRESKITT, Howard (72,73,74,75) PRESKITT, Lowell (79) PRESLEY, J. Terry (64) PRICE, Ed (68) PRICE, Graham (58) PROCTOR, Eric L. (82,83) PRUETT, Scott (96) PRUITT, Jeh Jeh (91,92,93,94) PRUETT, H. Ross (62,63) PULLIAM, Jermal (90,92,93) PYRON, Steve (47,48)

RACKLEY, Calvin (79) RADFORD, David (69,70,71) RADFORD, Ed (70,71) RAGLAND, Adrian (2001, 02) RAGSDALE, Randy (76,77,78) RANDLE, Milas (2003) RAY, Chris (82,83) RAY, Henry (89,90,91) RAY, John (50) RAYSOR, Matt (2007) REAVES, Clint (67) REID, Tommy (60,61,62,63) REYNOLDS, Jason (91,92,94,95) REYNOLDS, Riley (92,93,94,95) REYNOLDS, Ryan (77,78,79) RHETTA, Taurean (2004,05,06,07) RHINEHART, Allen (67,68) RHINEHART, Bob (69) RHODES, Jim (67,68) RHODES, Richie (2001,02,03,04) RIALS, Ryne (2005) RICHARDSON, Sean (90,91,92,93) RICHEY, Jason (2004) RIDDLE, Rocky (76,77,78,79) RIDGEWAY, Andrew (2006,07,08) RILEY, Dedrick (98) RIVERS, Solomon (86,87) ROACH, Ronnie (64) ROBERSON, Zack (62,63) ROBERTS, Earl (47,48,49,50) ROBERTS, Eugene (79,80,81,82) ROBERTS, Joe (55,56) ROBERTS, Shenazar (93,94,95,96) ROBERTS, Tom (55) ROBINSON, Brian (95) ROBINSON, Chuck (91,92,93,94) ROBINSON, David (70) ROBINSON, Drew (2005,06,07) ROBINSON, Dr. Greg H. (76,77,78,79) ROBINSON, Loughry (82) ROBINSON, Pat (50) ROBINSON, Will (69,70,71) RODDAM, Bill (53,54,55,56) ROGERS, Brandon (2008) RODGERS, Larry (69) ROGERS, Rondy (99,2000,01, 02) ROGERS, Rusty (86,87) ROMANO, Mike (96,99) ROPER, Carter (63,64,65,66) ROPER, Dan (69) ROPER, David (79,80) ROSE, David (95) ROSS, Adam (98,99,2000,01) ROWE, Grady (77) ROWELL, Lamarcus (2004,06) RUDOLPH, Edward (94,95) RUDLEY, Eric (87,88,89,90) RUSHING, Brett (2003,04,05,06) RUSSELL, Eric (2008) RUTLAND, Joe (48,49) RUTLEDGE, Mike (73,74) RYAN, Ron (88,89)

INT RO

O R P

O’BAR, John (57,58) O’DELL, Frank (77,78,79,80) O’DELL, Herchel (53,54,57,58,59) OGBURN, Ermon (56) OGBURN, Lee (49) OGLETREE, Tyler (2007,08) OLDS, Rod (2003,04,05) OLIVER, Don (67) OLIVER, Ron (86,87) OLIVER, W. Mike (?) O’SHIELDS, Hugh (48,49,50) OTWELL, Butch (88) OVERTON, Bobby (58) OWENS, Alvin (98) OWENS, Derick (93,94,95,96) OWENS, Doug (69) OWENS, Michael (2007,08) OWENS, Terry (70,71,72,73)


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL

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JSU SERIES RECORDS

Opponent Home Away Overall First Alabama A&M 10-1-1 11-1-1 21-2-2 1975 Alabama Presbyterian 3-2 1908 Alabama State 1-0 0-2 1-2 1980 Albertville 6-3 1908 Alcorn State 1-0 0-1 1-1 1992 Angelo State 1-0 1-0 1989 Anniston 2-3 1903 Austin Peay 7-3-1 3-2-2 10-6-3 1947 Arkansas Tech 1-0 0-0-1 1-0-1 1962 Arkansas A&M 1-0 1-0 1966 Arkansas State 1-1 1-1 1995 Athens 1-0 1948 Blount College 1-7-1 1904 Bluefield 1-0 1-0 1972 Bryson 1-4-0 1924 Blountsville Ag. 3-0 1913 Bowden 2-0-1 1927 Chattanooga 3-6 7-14 10-24 1924 Carson Newman 4-1 0-1-1 4-2-1 1954 Cal Poly-SLO 0-1 0-1 1980 Central State 0-2 0-2 1993 Cumberland 3-1 1928 Delaware 0-1 0-1 1978 Delta State 12-3 11-4-1 21-8-1 1961 Etowah 4-0-1 1911 East Mississippi 1-0 1934 East Tennessee State 1-0 0-1 1-1 1956 Eastern Kentucky 1-2 2-1 3-3 2003 Eastern Illinois 1-2 2-1 3-3 2003 Elon 1-0 1-0 1956 Emporia State 1-0 1-0 2004 Florida A&M 1-0 1-0 1970 Florida State 1-0 1-0 1948 Fort McClellan 2-0-1 1917 Fort Valley State 1-0 1-0 1993 Furman 0-1 0-2 0-3 2004 Guntersville 4-0 1914 Georgia Southern 0-2 0-2 0-4 1992 Georgia State 0-1 1939 Georgia Tech 0-1 0-1 2008 Greensboro 1-1 1910 Gadsden 1-1 1908 Gordon Military 2-1 1940 Henderson State 1-0 1-0 1993 Hiwassee 1-1 1939 Huntsville College 2-1 1924 Indiana - Pa. 1-0 1-0 1991 James Madison 0-1 0-1 1993 Kansas 0-1 0-1 2003 Kentucky State 1-0 1-0 2-0 1991 Knoxville College 2-0 2-0 1994 Lehigh 0-1 0-1 1977 Liberty Baptist 1-0 1-0 2-0 1981 Lineville 2-0 1919 Livingston 19-4 13-6-1 32-10-1 1939 Louisiana- Lafayette 1-0 1-0 2000 Louisiana Tech 0-1 1939 Louisiana College 3-1 1-3 4-4 1951 Maryville 6-2 6-2 1941 McNeese State 0-4 0-3 0-7 1994 Memphis 0-1 0-1 2007 Miami 0-1 1932 Marion 14-9-4 1904 Marshall County 0-1 1916 Middle Georgia 3-2 1929 Middle Tennessee 1-4 0-5 2-17-1 1927 Mississippi College 7-2 2-6-2 9-8-2 1961 Mississippi State 0-2 0-2 2002

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Last 2008 1917 2007 1920 1993 1989 1920 2008 1963 1966 2001 1948 1933 1972 1928 1923 1930 2008 1967 1980 1994 1933 1978 1992 1917 1934 1960 2008 2008 1956 2004 1970 1948 1924 1993 2006 1920 2002 1939 2008 1912 1911 1948 1993 1940 1926 1991 1993 2003 1992 1995 1977 1982 1920 1992 2000 1939 1968 1958 2003 2007 1932 1948 1916 1946 1997 1992 2006

Result W, 45-18 W, 6-2 L, 24-19 L, 14-0 L, 41-36 W, 34-16 W, 6-0 W, 35-22 W, 22-7 W, 41-30 W, 31-28 W, 7-0 L, 0-38 W, 41-3 L, 6-7 W, 20-0 T, 0-0 W, 31-3 L, 13-23 L, 13-0 L, 17-18 L, 12-14 L, 27-42 W, 38-10 W, 13-0 W, 19-7 L, 14-20 L, 38-35 W, 23-10 W, 13-12 W, 25-16 W, 21-7 W, 7-0 W, 50-0 W, 27-13 L, 17-13 W, 37-0 L, 41-3 L, 0-7 L, 41-14 N/A W, 7-0 W, 45-0 W, 12-7 L, 6-40 W, 34-10 W, 27-10 L, 14-35 L, 41-6 W, 67-20 W, 56-6 L, 33-0 W, 42-13 W, 32-12 W, 27-17 W, 28-14 L, 14-27 W, 45-21 W, 28-8 L, 28-20 L, 35-14 L, 13-14 W, 28-0 L, 48-0 W, 26-0 L, 16-27 T, 14-14 L, 35-3

Opponent Home Away Overall First Last Murray State 3-0 2-1 5-1 2003 2008 Murfreesboro 0-0-1 1931 1931 Mississippi Southern 0-1 1946 1946 Montana 0-1 0-1 1993 1993 New Haven 1-0 1-0 1992 1992 Newberry 4-0 1-0 5-0 1967 1987 Nicholls State 5-3 5-4 10-7 1972 2002 North Alabama 19-6-1 8-12-2 27-18-3 1949 2003 N.E. Louisiana 3-0 3-0 3-3 1959 1996 North Carolina A&T 1-0 1-0 2-0 1994 1995 North Dakota State 2-0 2-0 1977 1989 North Georgia 1-0 1926 1926 North Arizona 1-0 1-0 1977 1977 Northern Iowa 0-1 0-1 1993 1993 NE Louisiana 3-3 1959 1996 NE Missouri 1-0 1-0 1982 1982 Northwestern St. (La.) 4-1 1-4 5-5 1969 2002 Norman Park 1-0 1-0 1947 1947 Oglethorpe 0-1 1939 1939 Oneonta 3-1 1916 1921 Owenton 3-0 1904 1914 Oxford 1-0 1920 1920 Pembroke 1-0 1-0 1947 1947 Pensacola Air 1-0 1934 1934 Pensacola Cards 0-1 0-1 1950 1950 Pensacola Navy 1-1 1936 1938 Pittsburg State 1-1 1-1 1991 1992 Piedmont 7-1-1 1927 1935 Quantico Marines 1-0 1-0 1972 1972 Rhode Island 1-0 1-0 1955 1955 Rome 2-1-1 1908 1911 Rollins 0-2-1 1931 1935 Samford (Howard) 13-9-1 9-12-1 22-21-2 1905 2007 Sam Houston State 2-2 2-2 4-4 1994 2002 Savannah State 1-0 1-0 1992 1992 Sewanee 0-1 1930 1930 Snead 1-2-1 1937 1940 S.E. Louisiana 3-2 3-2 6-4 1946 1978 S.E. Missouri State 5-1 4-3 9-4 1961 2008 South Georgia 3-0 2-1 5-1 1951 1955 South Florida 0-1 0-1 2000 2000 S.W. Missouri State 0-3 0-2 0-5 1993 1997 S.W. Texas State 2-1 1-4 3-5 1981 2002 Spring Hill 0-4 1924 1938 Stephen F. Austin 1-3 0-3 1-6 1996 2002 Sylacuaga 4-1 1910 1921 Talladega 1-1 1911 1917 Tampa 2-2 0-3 2-7 1934 1965 Tennessee Martin 14-1 10-5 24-6 1967 2008 Tennessee State 2-1 2-0 4-1 2003 2008 Tennessee Tech 3-2 5-3 8-4 1936 2008 Texas Lutheran 1-0 1-0 1966 1966 Troy State 16-10-1 13-13 33-29-2 1924 2001 Tuskegee 1-0 1-0 1983 1983 UAB 2-3 2-3 1994 2005 Union College 1-0 1-0 1999 1999 Union University 0-2 1935 1938 Valdosta 4-1 4-2 8-3 1982 1992 West Carolina 3-5 1934 1977 West Chester 1-0 1-0 1988 1988 West Georgia 10-0 6-0 16-0 1946 1995 Western Kentucky 1-1 0-3 1-4 1993 2003 Western Illinois 1-0 0-1 1-1 1994 1995 Wetumpka 1-0 1905 1905 William Carey 1-0 1-0 1995 1995 Win-Salem State 1-0 1-0 1991 1991 Wofford 1-0 1-0 2-0 1990 1991

Result W, 31-21 T, 7-7 L, 14-3 L, 37-7 W, 46-35 W, 27-3 L, 14-6 L, 28-16 L, 28-31 W, 21-10 W, 21-17 W, 3-0 W, 35-0 L, 35-15 L, 31-28 W, 34-21 W, 19-10 W, 45-0 L, 40-0 W, 55-0 W, 7-0 W, 28-0 W, 48-0 W, 6-0 L, 7-6 L, 0-31 W, 17-13 W, 12-6 W, 28-15 W, 12-10 W, 5-0 L, 6-8 W, 24-12 W, 28-22 W, 41-16 L, 25-0 W, 40-0 W, 10-7 W, 38-17 W, 36-12 L, 40-0 L, 42-47 L, 27-20 L, 60-0 L, 36-28 W, 30-17 W, 63-0 L, 11-30 L, 31-30 W, 26-21 W, 41-17 W, 21-3 L, 3-21 W, 30-7 L, 28-35 W, 68-13 L, 0-7 W, 20-6 W, 21-16 W, 63-24 W, 25-22 L, 45-7 W, 32-27 W, 2-0 W, 56-6 W, 49-24 W, 21-7


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL ALL-TIME SCORES

Opp 51 0 74 5 23

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1905 (1-1-0) C.A. Holton Date JSU 0 Howard 2 Wetumpka

Opp 32 0

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Att.

1924 (6-3-0) C.C. Bush Date JSU Opp 50 Camp McClellan 0 Sep. 27 14 Chattanooga 13 Oct. 4 0 Howard 35 Oct. 18 7 Spring Hill 23 Nov. 1 6 Birmingham Southern 25 12 Huntsville College 3 20 Marion 7 35 Bryson College 13 Nov. 27 14 Troy Normal 9

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Opp 0 0 14 0 0 0 0 12

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1921 (5-2-2) J.W. Stephenson Date JSU 55 Gadsden Ind. 48 Lineville Nov. 5 0 Oxford 0 Anniston Ind. Oct. 15 7 Howard 42 Blount County 0 Marion

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1927 (2-4-1) Al Clemmons Date JSU 0 Middle Tennessee 0 Piedmont College Oct. 14 0 Howard 26 Troy 0 Marion 7 Bowden 0 Bryson 1928 (5-2-0) Al Clemmons Date JSU 18 Cumberland 0 Middle Tennessee

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Opp 13 0 43 12 7 6 21

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Opp 6 6

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1920 (7-1-1) J.W. Stephenson Date JSU 35 Centre Oct. 25 12 Guntersville 0 Albertville Oct. 15 28 Oxford 82 Centre Oct. 31 6 Anniston Ind. Nov.25 0 Anniston Ind. 14 Ashland

1925 (1-6-0) Earl Wren Date JSU Opp Sep. 25 0 Chattanooga 40 Oct. 3 0 Spring Hill 7 0 Marion Institute 7 Oct. 17 0 Howard 13 Oct. 30 0 Birmingham Southern 33 12 Huntsville College 6 0 Bryson College 56 1926 (1-7-0) Al Clemmons Date JSU Opp Oct. 2 3 Chattanooga 72 0 Huntsville 13 Oct. 15 0 Howard 13 Oct. 23 7 Marion 47 6 Birmingham Southern 29 6 Bryson College 21 3 North Georgia College 0 Nov. 25 7 Spring Hill 30

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1923 (3-2-1) C.C. Bush Date JSU Opp 0 Howard 27 Sep. 29 0 Birmingham Southern 0 13 Marion 14 Nov. 3 6 Auburn (Freshman) 0 45 Ft. McClellan 0 Oct. 6 20 Blountsville 0

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RECORDS

1914 (3-1-0) Ben Harris Date JSU Opp Oct. 26 11 Guntersville 6 Nov. 18 0 Albertville 7 Nov. 26 9 Alabama Presbyterian 0 7 Owenton 0

Att.

1922 (4-4-0) C.C. Bush Date JSU Opp 7 Marion 18 Sep. 23 0 Howard 13 20 Talladega 0 20 Anniston 0 13 Alabama Presbyterian 0 Sep. 29 0 Birmingham Southern 31 14 Georgia Tech (Freshman) 7 0 Birmingham Southern 11

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1913 (5-2-1) Ben Harris Date JSU Opp 27 Blountsville Ag. 13 66 Blount Co. 0 5 Albertville 0 Oct. 11 0 Howard 0 6 Auburn JV 23 31 Etowah 0 Nov. 22 27 Alabama Presbyterian 13 0 Anniston Independents 39

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1912 (1-4-0) Ben Harris Date JSU Opp 0 Howard 8 31 Etowah 0 Oct. 14 6 Sylacauga 9 0 Albertville Ag. 36 Nov. 28 0 Alabama Presbyterian 30

Att.

1918 (1-2-1) Ben Harris Date JSU Opp 0 Howard 0 0 Ft. McClellan 39 5 Alabama Presbyterian 0 6 Auburn (Freshman) 25 1919 (3-4-1) Ben Harris Date JSU Opp Oct. 4 6 Anniston Ind. 12 Nov. 3 20 Guntersville 0 Oct. 11 0 Etowah 7 Oct. 18 0 Anniston Ind. 0 Nov. 8 49 Alabama School for Deaf 6 Nov. 14 14 Oneonta 0 Nov. 18 0 Albertville 67 Nov. 27 0 Anniston Ind. 7

Sylacauga Oneonta

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Opp 0 0 5 11 6 0

Att.

68 55

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1911 (3-2-1) Ben Harris Date JSU Oct. 7 0 Gadsden 5 Rome 11 Albertville Oct. 17 5 Sylacuaga Ag. 0 Talladega 11 Gadsden

Att.

1917 (9-0-1) Ben Harris Date JSU Opp 27 Ft. McClellan 0 34 Albertville Ag. 0 59 Lineville Ag. 0 6 Alabama Presbyterian 2 Oct. 3 13 Etowah 0 60 Virginia Artillery 0 63 Talladega 0 81 Oneonta 0 7 Alabama Presbyterian 7

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Oct. 21

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1909 (0-2-0) F. A. Harwood Date JSU Opp Oct. 9 0 Alabama Presbyterian 16 Oct. 15 0 Howard 33 1910 (1-3-2) G.W. Penton Date JSU Opp 0 Rome 5 Oct. 12 5 Greensboro 6 Nov. 15 57 Sylacauga 0 0 Marion 0 Nov. 24 0 Alabama Presbyterian 0 0 Albertville 23

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1908 (4-3-0) Earl Wells Date JSU Opp Oct. 17 0 Alabama Presbyterian 11 6 Marion 0 6 Owenton 0 7 Albertville 6 13 Rome School 6 0 Howard 7 0 Gadsden 7

1915 (5-2-0) Ben Harris Date JSU Opp Nov. 25 3 Alabama Presbyterian 13 0 Albertville Ag. 6 Oct. 18 19 Sylacauga 0 9 Etowah 6 10 Sylacauga 0 Nov. 3 9 Guntersville 6 Oct. 23 46 Piedmont 0 1916 (2-4-1) Ben Harris Date JSU Opp 0 Howard 27 Oct. 9 3 Blount County 0 6 Marshall County 12 3 Oneonta 0 Oct. 16 3 Guntersville 6 Nov. 30 0 Alabama Presbyterian 0 0 Birmingham Southern 57

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1904 (1-4-0) C. A. Holton Date JSU Oct. 15 0 University High Oct. 27 37 Birmingham College Oct. 29 0 Marion Nov. 5 0 Chattanooga Nov. 24 0 University High

193


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Bowdon Bryson Marion Troy Piedmont

0 7 6 0 0

1929 (5-3-0) J.W. Stephenson Date JSU 14 Tennessee Weslyan 13 Cumberland 7 Middle Tennessee 0 Spring Hill 6 Piedmont 7 Middle Georgia 30 Marion 14 Bowden

Opp 13 7 21 8 0 18 0 7

Att.

1930 (4-3-1) J.W. Stephenson Date JSU Sep. 20 0 Sewanee 0 Howard 0 Middle Tennessee 0 Bowden 13 Piedmont 26 Marion 25 Middle Georgia 26 Tennessee Weslyan

Opp 25 21 18 0 7 0 6 13

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1931 (0-9-1) T.B. Shotts Date JSU Opp 6 Athens 6 6 Troy 24 0 Howard 31 Sep. 19 0 Sewanee 18 Dec. 11 13 Miami 14 Nov. 7 6 Piedmont 12 14 Rollins 37 0 Birmingham Southern 40 6 Tennessee Weslyan 21 1932 (2-3-1) T.B. Shotts Date JSU Opp 6 Cumberland 0 7 Rollins 7 24 Marion 0 0 Troy 21 13 Miami 14 6 Middle Georgia 7 1933 (2-5-1) T.B. Shotts Date JSU Opp 0 Howard 31 12 Cumberland 14 0 Middle Tennessee 0 13 Marion 14 0 Birmingham Southern 38 40 Piedmont 0 7 Troy 18 1934 (5-4-0) T.B. Shotts Date JSU Opp 2 Tampa 6 20 Marion 0 0 Troy 32 0 Piedmont College 7 6 Pensacola Air Base 0 12 Pensacola 6 7 Cumberland 41 7 Western Carolina 18 19 Mississippi College 7

194

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Att.

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1935 (2-5-0) T.B. Shotts Date JSU 0 Union University 0 Middle Tennessee 30 Marion 6 Rollins 12 Piedmont College 7 Tampa 6 Spring Hill

Opp 24 20 0 18 6 9 25

Att.

Opp 33 12 20 35 7

Att.

Opp 27 6 7 58 46

Att.

1938 (1-6-1) C.C. Dillion Date JSU 0 Union 0 Middle Tennessee 0 Tennessee Tech Oct. 8 0 SpringHill 20 Marion 0 Snead 0 Pensacola Navy 6 Troy

Opp 7 13 21 60 7 6 31 6

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1939 (0-7-2) C.C. Dillion Date JSU 6 Middle Tennessee 0 Lousiana Tech 0 Georgia State 6 Marion 0 Oglethorpe 0 Snead 7 Livingston 0 Troy 6 Hiwassee

Opp 6 39 13 7 40 0 13 27 40

1940 (3-5-0) Osmo Smith Date JSU 7 Middle Tennessee Nov. 18 6 Hiwassee 2 Marion 0 Gordon Military 40 Snead 9 Troy 35 St. Bernard 2 Livingston

1936 (1-3-1) T.B. Shotts Date JSU 0 Tennessee Tech 0 Middle Tennesse 20 Marion 13 Pensacola Navy 14 Piedmont 1937 (0-5-0) T.B. Shotts Date JSU 0 Middle Tennessee 0 Marion 0 Snead 0 Mississippi Southern Oct. 29 0 Memphis

26 0 0 0 0 9 33

Middle Georgia Troy State St. Bernard at West. Carolina Marion at S.E. Louisiana at West Georgia

1947 (9-0-0) Don Salls Date JSU 13 Gordon 14 at Troy 33 at Marion 26 St. Bernard 7 Austin Peay 48 Pembroke 31 West Georgia 45 Norman Park 7 at Florida State 1948 (8-1-1) Don Salls Date JSU 45 Gordon 25 at Troy 25 St. Bernard 13 at Austin Peay 28 Marion 7 S.E. Louisiana 14 Howard 7 Athens Paper Bowl Dec. 17 19 Troy

0 12 0 13 12 39 0

Opp 0 0 13 7 6 0 12 0 0

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Opp 0 13 13 14 0 7 0 0

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0

Opp 7 14 0 0 7 14 20 0 7

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Att.

1949 (6-3-0) Don Salls Date JSU Sep. 29 12 Florence Oct. 8 7 at Livingston Oct. 15 6 at Troy Oct. 22 38 St. Bernard Oct. 27 19 Austin Peay Nov. 19 20 Maryville Nov. 12 14 at S.E. Louisiana Nov. 5 42 Athens 12 Livingston

Att.

Opp 7 7 0 0 14 13 6 7 7

Att.

Opp 46 40 6 19 0 7 7 13

1950 (6-2-1) Don Salls Date JSU 21 at Maryville 20 Tampa 9 Troy 20 St. Bernard 25 South Georgia 13 at Austin Peay 0 at Florence 28 at Howard 6 Pensacola

Att.

Opp 0 13

Att.

Opp 7 7 6 6 6 40 19 0

Opp 21 65

Att.

Opp 20 15

Att.

1941-44 (No Teams) 1945 (1-1-0) C.C. Dillion Date JSU 6 Middle Georgia 6 Marion 1946 (3-5-1) Don Salls Date JSU 0 at Middle Tenn. 0 at Miss. Southern

1951 (3-3-2) Don Salls Date JSU 13 at Troy 0 at South Georgia 13 Florence 6 Austin Peay 0 Louisiana Coll. 0 at Tampa 19 Howard 26 Maryville 1952 (3-6-0) Don Salls Date JSU 13 Livingston 7 at Maryville


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20 19 20 7 6 41 0

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Opp 15 25 0 0 0 7 28 14

Att.

1962 (4-3-2) Don Salls Alabama Collegiate Conference Champions Date JSU Opp 7 Florence 7 6 S.E. Missouri 0 13 at Delta State 41 21 Troy State 14 7 at Arkansas Tech 7 0 at Miss. College 28 23 at Austin Peay 13 7 at Louisiana Coll. 8 33 Livingston 7 1963 (4-4-1) Don Salls Alabama Collegiate Conference Champions Date JSU Opp 0 at Florence 0 7 at S.E. Missouri 10 6 Delta State 7 15 at Troy State 8 22 Arkansas Tech 7 21 Louisiana Coll. 15

Att.

Att.

1967 (4-5-1) Jim Blevins Date JSU Sep. 16 23 at Florence Sep. 23 13 Samford Sep. 30 13 at Carson-New. Oct. 7 0 UT-Martin Oct. 14 0 at Troy State Oct. 21 35 at Newberry Oct. 28 23 Louisiana Coll. Nov. 4 25 Delta State Nov. 11 7 at Livingston Nov. 18 0 at Chattanooga 1968 (3-6-0) Jim Blevins Date JSU Sep. 21 14 at Samford Sep. 28 14 Chattanooga Oct. 5 16 at UT-Martin Oct. 12 0 Troy State Oct. 19 45 Newberry Oct. 26 45 at Louisiana Coll. Nov. 2 7 at Delta State Nov. 9 0 Livingston Nov. 16 10 Florence

Opp 14 20 23 38 46 6 16 21 7 51

Att.

Opp 20 3 12 31 10 21 27 7 38

Att.

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Opp 13 13 32 21 6 6 17 21 6

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1956 (5-3-0) Don Salls Date JSU 13 Elon 0 at Chattanooga 0 Austin Peay 40 South Georgia 22 at Livingston 26 Maryville 27 Troy 14 at Florence 1957 (4-4-0) Don Salls Date JSU 7 Chattanooga 0 at Middle Tenn. 20 Maryville 13 at Troy 20 Austin Peay 19 at Livingston 0 at Carson-New. 13 Tampa

Att.

1964 (4-4-1) Don Salls Alabama Collegiate Conference Champions Date JSU Opp Att. Sep.12 10 Tampa 8 Sep. 26 0 at Delta State 13 Oct. 3 38 Troy State 0 Oct. 10 0 S.E. Missouri 24 Oct. 17 9 at Louisiana Coll. 41 Oct. 31 0 at Chattanooga 21 Nov. 7 24 at Miss. College 24 Nov. 14 40 Livingston 7 Nov. 21 28 Florence 0 1965 (7-2-0) Jim Blevins Alabama Collegiate Conference Champions Date JSU Opp Att. Sep. 18 6 at Chattanooga 14 Sep. 25 23 Samford 3 Oct. 2 9 at Troy State 7 Oct. 9 24 at S.E. Missouri 13 Oct. 23 20 Miss. College 0 Oct. 30 11 at Tampa 30 Nov. 6 10 Delta State 9 Nov. 13 21 at Livingston 14 Nov. 20 6 at Florence 0 1966 (8-2-0) Jim Blevins Alabama Collegiate Conference Champions Date JSU Opp Att. Sep. 17 21 Florence 0 Sep. 24 14 at Samford 28 Oct. 1 40 Carson-New. 13 Oct. 8 21 Texas Lutheran 3 Oct. 15 27 Troy State 6 Oct. 22 17 at Miss. College 0 Oct. 29 19 at Chattanooga 10 Nov. 5 10 at Delta State 23 Nov. 12 24 Livingston 14 Space City Classic 41 at Arkansas A&M 30 7000

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1955 (10-1-0) Don Salls Date JSU 12 at Chattanooga 7 Maryville 39 Carson-New. 13 at Livingston 12 at Troy 20 Austin Peay 36 at South Georgia 21 William Carey 7 Florence 67 Howard 12 Rhode Island

Opp 35 0 20 6 14 6 7 14 35

14 14 7

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0 6 13

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1954 (7-2-1) Don Salls Date JSU 0 at Chattanooga 14 Maryville 7 Carson-New. 46 at Livingston 38 Troy 14 at Austin Peay 37 West Georgia 63 South Georgia 0 at Florence 30 Howard

1959 (6-2-1) Don Salls Date JSU 21 Louisiana Coll. 0 at Chattanooga 20 at Middle Tenn. 13 East Tennessee 15 Austin Peay 26 at Livingston 35 at Troy 0 at Carson-New. 27 N.E. Louisiana 1960 (3-6-0) Don Salls Date JSU 0 Chattanooga 19 Middle Tenn. 14 at East Tennessee 27 Troy 8 at Austin Peay 20 Livingston 0 Carson-New. 7 Florence 0 at N.E. Louisiana 1961 (5-4-0) Don Salls Date JSU 7 at Chattanooga 12 at S.E. Missouri 15 Delta State 22 at Troy 21 Austin Peay 21 Miss. College 0 at Florence 22 Louisiana Coll. 9 at Livingston

G AM ECO CK S

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Opp 26 55 18 8 7 6 6 13 12

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1953 (3-5-1) Ray Wedgeworth Date JSU 7 at Livingston 0 Maryville 0 at Chattanooga 19 at South Georgia 7 at Troy 16 Austin Peay 40 West Georgia 0 Florence 26 Howard

1958 (5-4-0) Don Salls Date JSU 6 at Louisiana Coll. 0 at Chattanooga 6 Middle Tenn. 28 at Maryville 20 Troy 8 at Austin Peay 22 Livingston 35 Carson-New. 6 at Tampa


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1969 (3-6-0) Charley Pell Date JSU Sep. 20 20 Samford Sep. 27 13 at S.E. Missouri Oct. 4 7 West. Carolina Oct. 11 22 UT-Martin Oct. 18 6 at Troy State Oct. 25 21 N.W. Louisiana Nov. 8 21 Delta State Nov. 15 6 at Livingston Nov. 22 18 at Florence 1970 (10-0-0) Charley Pell Mid-South Conference Champions Date JSU Sep. 19 34 at Samford Oct. 3 24 at West. Carolina Oct. 10 16 at UT-Martin Oct. 17 55 Troy State Oct. 31 35 N.W. Louisiana Nov. 7 37 at Delta State Nov. 19 8 Livingston Nov. 21 55 Florence Nov. 28 40 at Chattanooga 21 Florida A&M

Opp 10 19 14 20 37 48 13 27 23

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Opp 9 10 14 10 6 7 7 28 6 7%

Att.

1971 (6-3-0) Charley Pell Gulf South Conference Champions Date JSU Sep. 11 9 Livingston Sep. 25 57 S.E. Missouri Oct. 2 41 West Carolina Oct. 9 20 at S.E. Louisiana Oct. 16 28 at Troy State Oct. 23 21 Samford Oct. 30 30 UT-Martin Nov. 13 31 Delta State Nov. 20 60 at Florence

Opp 10 0 14 14 42 31 10 14 7

Att.

1972 (7-2-1) Charley Pell Date JSU Sep. 9 31 Nicholls Sep. 23 20 at UT-Martin Sep. 30 28 Quantico Marines Oct. 7 17 at Livingston Oct. 14 10 S.E. Louisiana Oct. 21 41 Bluefield Oct. 28 12 at West. Carolina Nov. 4 27 Samford Nov.11 14 Troy State Nov. 18 39 Florence

Opp 0 6 15 21 7 3 17 6 14 20

Att.

1973 (7-2-0) Charley Pell Date JSU Sep. 8 34 Texas A&I Sep. 15 28 at Nicholls State Sep. 22 50 UT-Martin Oct. 6 20 Livingston Oct. 13 10 at S.E. Louisiana Oct. 26 31 at Delta State Nov. 2 66 N.E. Louisiana Nov. 9 38 at Troy State Nov. 16 42 at Florence 1974 (7-4-0) Sep. 14 19 Sep. 21 29 Sep. 28 17 Oct. 5 22 Oct. 19 9

196

Clarkie Mayfield at Texas A&I Nicholls State at UT-Martin S.E. Louisiana at Chattanooga

Opp 14 10 7 21 11 24 24 14 12

Att.

20 10000 0 7200 0 4500 10 8800 13 9328

Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

36 30 16 23 24 27

N.W. Louisiana Delta State at N.E. Louisiana Troy State North Alabama at Livingston

13 10125 13 9250 20 8200 12 8300 28 5500 9 4500

1975 (7-3-0) Clarkie Mayfield Date JSU Sep. 13 42 Alabama A&M Sep. 20 6 at Nicholls State Sep. 27 24 Chattanooga Oct. 4 38 at S.E. Lousiana Oct.18 11 UT-Martin Oct. 28 21 at N.W. Louisiana Nov. 1 21 at Delta State Nov. 8 17 Livingston Nov. 15 10 at Troy State Nov. 22 14 at North Alabama

Opp Att. 0 11240 18 8500 6 8950 7 8100 3 9200 0 382 7 5000 13 10830 26 7000 21 5000

1976 (6-4-0) Clarkie Mayfield Date JSU Sep. 11 30 at Alabama A&M Sep. 18 34 Nicholls State Sep. 25 24 at UT-Martin Oct. 2 3 S.E. Louisiana Oct. 9 13 at West. Carolina Oct. 16 7 at Chattanooga Oct. 30 24 Delta State Nov. 6 24 at Livingston Nov. 13 16 Troy State Nov. 20 28 North Alabama

Opp Att. 7 9800 7 8000 3 7000 13 8100 14 6500 14 7500 14 6200 7 7200 19 10000 7 5000

1977 (11-3-0) Jim Fuller Gulf South Conference Champions NCAA Runner-Up Date JSU Opp Sep. 3 21 West. Carolina 16 Sep. 10 34 Alabama A&M 0 Sep. 17 10 at Nicholls State 7 Sep. 24 36 UT-Martin 13 Oct. 1 14 at S.E. Louisiana 10 Oct. 8 20 at Tennessee Tech 27 Oct. 22 14 Chattanooga 18 Oct. 29 16 at Delta State 13 Nov. 5 44 Livingston 7 Nov. 12 17 at Troy State 9 Nov. 19 24 at North Alabama 20 NCAA first round (Flagstaff, Ariz.) Nov. 26 35 at North. Arizona 0 NCAA semi-final round (Anniston, Ala.) Dec. 3 31 at N.Dakota St. 7 NCAA National Championship (Wichita Falls, Tex.) Dec.10 0 Lehigh 33 1978 (7-3-0) Jim Fuller Gulf South Conference Champions Date JSU Sep. 9 24 at Alabama A&M Sep. 16 17 Nicholls State Sep. 23 44 at UT-Martin Sep. 30 10 S.E. Louisiana Oct. 14 21 at Chattanooga Oct. 28 38 Delta State Nov. 4 41 at Livingston Nov. 11 42 Troy State Nov. 18 19 North Alabama NCAA first round (Newark, Del.) Nov. 25 27 at Delaware

Opp 23 19 15 7 28 3 21 21 14

Att. 8200 7800 9700 10000 7500 7500 8500 1200 10000 10000 7500 7500 10000 14000

Att. 13351 12000 6814 10000 10501 11000 5500 11500 7500

42 11235

1979 (4-6-0) Jim Fuller Date JSU Sep. 8 7 at Mississippi College Sep. 20 28 Alabama A&M Sep. 22 14 UT-Martin Oct. 6 23 Tennessee Tech Oct. 13 13 Austin Peay Oct. 20 14 Newberry Oct. 27 21 at Delta State Nov. 3 59 Livingston Nov. 10 10 at Troy State Nov. 17 14 at North Alabama 1980 (8-3-0) Jim Fuller Date JSU Sep. 6 13 Chattanooga Sep. 13 51 Miss. College Sep. 20 29 at Alabama A&M Sep. 27 24 Alabama State Oct. 4 19 at Livingston Oct. 11 7 at Tennessee Tech Nov. 1 36 Delta State Nov. 8 19 at UT-Martin Nov. 15 13 Troy State Nov. 22 28 North Alabama NCAA first round (San Luis Obispo, Calif.) Nov. 29 0 at Cal Poly-SLO 1981 (8-3-0) Jim Fuller Gulf South Conference Champions Date JSU Sep. 12 14 at Alabama State Sep. 25 20 Alabama A&M Oct. 3 3 at Chattanooga Oct. 10 48 Livingston Oct. 17 40 at Miss. College Oct. 31 64 Liberty Baptist Nov. 7 28 at Delta State Nov. 14 44 UT-Martin Nov. 21 31 at Troy State Nov. 28 21 at North Alabama NCAA first round (San Marcos, Tex.) Nov. 28 22 at S.W. Texas 1982 (10-2-0) Jim Fuller Gulf South Conference Champions Date JSU Sep. 18 21 at Alabama A&M Sep. 25 42 at Liberty Baptist Oct. 2 34 at Livingston Oct. 9 52 Miss. College Oct. 16 43 Valdosta State Oct. 23 0 Chattanooga Oct. 30 56 Delta State Nov. 6 41 at UT-Martin Nov. 13 49 Troy State Nov. 20 28 North Alabama NCAA first round (Jacksonivlle, Ala.) Nov. 27 34 N.E. Missouri NCAA semi-finals (San Marcos, Tex.) Dec. 4 14 at S.W. Texas 1983 (6-5-0) Jim Fuller Date JSU Sep. 3 6 at Chattanooga Sep. 10 14 Alabama A&M Sep. 24 38 at West Georgia Oct. 1 7 Livingston Oct. 8 18 at Miss. College Oct. 15 37 at Valdosta State

Opp 17 21 15 7 21 7 38 0 12 28

Att.

Opp 16 14 28 14 0 3 3 14 8 35

Att. 12000 10000 10000 12500 3000 8000 12000 9500 13000 13300

15

4380

Opp 20 9 10 29 0 0 14 7 24 14

Att. 11900 14000 10300 12000 4000 11000 1600 11000 6000 12000

38

8000

Opp 13 13 7 36 11 28 36 13 14 10

Att. 10000 4731 8200 11000 7500 12500 12000 4000 9000 8000

21 10000 19

7500

Opp Att. 13 10234 12 13000 0 10500 16 8500 30 4000 11 3000


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1989 (13-1-0) Bill Burgess Gulf South Conference Champions NCAA Runner-Up Date JSU Opp Sep. 2 19 at Samford 9 Sep. 9 42 Alabama A&M 21 Sep.16 38 at West Georgia 6 Sep. 23 17 Valdosta State 15 Sep. 30 23 at Mississippi Coll. 3 Oct. 7 34 Delta State 10 Oct. 14 12 at North Alabama 3 Oct. 21 63 UT-Martin 0 Nov. 4 38 at Troy State 3 Nov. 11 36 Livingston 0 NCAA first round (Jacksonville, Ala.) Nov. 18 33 Alabama A&M 9 NCAA quarter-finals (Jacksonville, Ala.) Nov. 25 21 North Dakota St. 17 NCAA semi-finals (Jacksonville, Ala.) Dec. 2 34 Angelo State 16 NCAA National Championship (Florence, Ala.) Dec. 9 0 Mississippi Coll. 3 (Title has since been vacated)

1990 (9-3-0) Bill Burgess Date JSU Sep. 8 27 at Alabama A&M Sep. 15 44 West Georgia Sep. 22 17 at Valdosta State Sep. 29 7 Mississippi Coll. Oct. 6 17 at Delta State Oct. 13 41 North Alabama Oct. 20 21 at UT-Martin Oct. 27 21 at Wofford Nov. 3 21 Troy State Nov. 10 31 at Livingston NCAA first round (Jacksonville, Ala.) Nov. 17 38 North Alabama NCAA second round (Clinton, Miss.) Nov. 24 7 at Mississippi Coll.

9500 8500 6500 10538

Opp 7 9 18 17 13 25 7 7 10 9

Att. 11500 15000 5213 15000 1750 14000 3934 6796 15500 5000

14

5000

14

5100

7908 6000 13200 11682

1993 (3-7-0) Bill Burgess Date JSU Sep. 4 12 Henderson State Sep. 11 44 Alabama A&M Sep. 18 14 at Northern Iowa Sep. 25 14 at James Madison Oct. 2 7 at Western Kentucky Oct. 9 27 Fort Valley State Oct. 16 7 at Southwest Missouri Oct. 23 7 at Montana Oct. 30 36 at Alcorn State Nov. 13 0 Central State

Opp 7 18 35 35 12 13 24 37 41 22

Att. 6822 15000 11324 7000 8800 11200 10760 11561 5000 7817

Opp 17 18 12 17 26 22 28 45 42 18 19

Att. 8222 15025 17222 7512 8180 12077 17101 8000 2183 11988 7382

Opp 13 22 26 10 6 17 14 35 37 27 49

Att. 5913 13211 14127 8468 13983 5500 5400 15500 8595 7152 5004

1994 (4-7-0) Bill Burgess Date JSU Sep. 3 10 Sam Houston St. Sep. 10 12 at McNeese St. Sep. 17 28 at UAB Sep. 24 24 at NorthCarolina A&T Oct. 1 48 Knoxville College Oct. 15 20 Western Kentucky Oct. 22 32 at N.E. Louisiana Oct. 29 37 at Middle Tenn. Nov. 5 27 at Western Illinois Nov. 12 17 Central State Nov. 19 15 S.W. Missouri St. 1995 (7-4) Bill Burgess Date JSU Sep. 2 16 at Sam Houston State Sep. 9 25 West Georgia Sep. 16 28 at UAB Sep. 23 21 North Carolina A&T Sep. 30 56 Knoxville College Oct. 7 15 at Western Ky. Oct. 14 35 at Samford Oct. 21 7 #4 Troy State Oct. 28 6 at Arkansas State Nov. 11 32 Western Illinois Nov. 18 14 at S.W. Missouri 1996 (1-9) Bill Burgess Date JSU Sep. 7 10 West Geogia Sep. 14 8 at Nicholls State Sep. 21 17 at UAB Sep. 28 9 at #7 S.W. Missouri

5784 5804

Opp Att. 30 13023 21 5749 24 19567 34 13061

197

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11733

6128

H IS T O RY

1991 (12-1-0) Bill Burgess Gulf South Conference Champions NCAA Runner-Up Date JSU Opp Sep. 7 44 Alabama A&M 18 Sep. 21 50 West Georgia 24 Sep. 28 24 at Valdosta State 3 Oct. 5 17 Mississippi Coll. 6 Oct. 12 9 at Delta State 0 Oct. 19 48 North Alabama 13 Nov. 2 51 Wofford 7 Nov. 9 31 at Livingston 0 Nov. 16 42 at Kentucky State 7 NCAA first round (Winston-Salem, NC) Nov. 23 49 at Winston-Salem 24 NCAA quarter-final round (Jacksonville, Ala.) Nov. 30 35 Mississippi College 7 NCAA semi-final round (Jacksonville, Ala.) Dec. 7 27 IU-Pennsylvania 20 NCAA National Championship (Florence, Ala.) Dec. 14 6 Pittsburg State 23

Att. 10136 16000 6100 8500 7500 12500 7140 11000 8000 14500

Att. 11000 6211 12800 6145 15000 5850 16366 12100 13650 8400

RECORDS

Att. 7000 10000 12000 2000 10500 2650 14000 7000 14500

20 13210

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Opp 6 14 0 21 0 17 3 31 3

7000

O P P O NE NT S

Opp Att. 3 2000 13 9000 6 6800 27 13000 15 5000 34 10500 10 8000 28 8500 14 8000 19 5000

24

1992 (12-1-1) Bill Burgess Gulf South Conference Champions NCAA National Champions Date JSU Opp Sep. 5 7 at Alabama A&M 6 Sep.19 17 at West Georgia 10 Sep. 26 20 Valdosta State 6 Oct. 3 14 at Mississippi College 14 Oct.10 38 Delta State 10 Oct. 17 10 at North Alabama 6 Oct. 24 0 at Georgia Southern 10 Oct. 31 59 Alcorn State 45 Nov. 7 54 Livingston 27 Nov. 14 63 Kentucky State 21 NCAA first round (Jacksonville, Ala.) Nov. 21 41 Savannah State 16 NCAA quarter-final round (Jacksonville, Ala.) Nov. 28 14 at North Alabama 12 NCAA semi-final round (Jacksonville, Ala.) Dec. 5 46 New Haven 35 NCAA National Championship (Florence, Ala.) Dec. 12 17 Pittsburg State 13

A BO U T J S U

Opp 21 14 34 29 28 14 26 20 45 33

3300

COAC HE S

Opp Att. 24 13500 55 10200 14 8000 10 7000 50 4200 27 4500 23 6400 13 8000 31 7500 27 5000

10

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1987 (5-4-1) Bill Burgess Date JSU Sep. 5 27 Newberry Sep. 12 26 Alabama A&M Sep. 26 17 at West Georgia Oct. 3 10 Valdosta State Oct. 10 13 at Miss. College Oct. 17 36 Delta State Oct. 24 10 at North Alabama Oct. 31 17 UT-Martin Nov. 14 9 at Troy State Nov. 21 25 Livingston 1988 (10-2-0) Bill Burgess Gulf South Conference Champions Date JSU Sep. 3 36 Samford Sep. 10 24 at Alabama A&M Sep. 17 30 West Georgia Sep. 24 31 at Valdosta State Oct. 1 10 Mississippi College Oct. 8 24 at Delta State Oct. 15 38 North Alabama Oct. 22 24 at UT-Martin Nov. 5 31 Troy State

Opp 6 27 15 5 28 26 34 16 42 38

Nov. 12 45 at Livingston NCAA first round (Jacksonville, Ala.) Nov. 19 63 West Chester NCAA semi-finals (Portland, Ore.) Nov. 26 13 at Portland State

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1985 (3-6-1) Bill Burgess Date JSU Sep. 14 24 Alabama A&M Sep. 21 21 at Middle Tenn. Sep. 28 35 at West Georgia Oct. 5 12 Valdosta State Oct.12 3 at Miss. College Oct. 19 23 Delta State Oct. 26 10 at North Alabama Nov. 2 19 UT-Martin Nov. 16 14 at Troy State Nov. 23 24 Livingston 1986 (5-4-1) Bill Burgess Date JSU Sep. 6 27 at Newberry Sep. 13 7 at Alabama A&M Sep. 20 52 West Georgia Sep. 27 25 at Valdosta State Oct. 4 14 Miss. College Oct. 11 14 at Delta State Oct. 25 29 North Alabama Nov. 1 30 at UT-Martin Nov. 8 43 Troy State Nov. 15 38 at Livingston

7 4000 14 4000 19 10000 45 5000 24 7500

INT RO

Oct. 22 30 Tuskegee Oct. 29 34 at Delta State Nov. 5 34 UT-Martin Nov. 12 3 at Troy State Nov. 19 21 at North Alabama 1984 (4-5-1) Joe Hollis Date JSU Sept. 4 6 at Alabama A&M Sept. 11 11 Middle Tenn. Sept. 23 24 West Georgia Oct. 2 12 at Valdosta State Oct. 9 0 Miss. College Oct. 16 27 at Delta State Oct. 23 13 North Alabama Nov. 6 23 at UT-Martin Nov. 13 39 Troy State Nov. 20 35 at Livingston


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Oct. 5 23 Middle Tennessee Oct. 12 34 Western Kentucky Oct. 19 17 Samford Oct. 26 21 #4 Troy State Nov. 9 10 #9 Stephen F. Austin Nov. 16 28 at N.E. Louisiana 1997 (1-10) Mike Williams Date JSU Sep. 6 42 #24 S.W. Missouri Sep. 13 28 at Sam Houston State Sep. 20 16 at UAB Sep. 27 6 #11 McNeese State Oct. 4 16 at Middle Tenn. State Oct. 11 15 at #13 S.F. Austin Oct. 25 14 #15 Nicholls State Nov. 1 14 at Samford Nov. 8 21 at N.W. Louisiana Nov. 15 27 S.W. Texas State Nov. 22 0 at #2 Troy State

30 20 27 31 42 31

12013 4334 10334 11500 6217 10562

Opp Att. 47 14023 21 8036 34 23775 27 3787 27 6911 41 6104 16 2352 16 4040 42 5247 35 3208 49 8900

2002 (5-6) Jack Crowe Date JSU Opp Att. Aug. 31 20 Alabama A&M 17 16851 Sept. 14 13 at Mississippi State 51 47456 Sept. 21 6 at Nicholls State 14 2162 Sept. 28 35 at Tennessee Tech 29 6720 Oct. 5 37 Samford 23 8425 Oct. 12 28 Sam Houston State 22 6449 Oct. 19 20 at #2 McNeese State 28 15600 Oct. 26 28 Stephen F. Austin 36 4888 Nov. 2 20 at Southwest Texas State 27 4190 Nov. 9 19 #3 Northwestern State 10 9844 Nov. 16 3 Georgia Southern 41 8544

1998 (7-4) Mike Williams Date JSU Sep. 5 19 at Alabama A&M Sep. 12 32 #3 Georgia Southern Sep. 19 10 Middle Tenn. State Sep. 26 21 at Nicholls State Oct. 1 22 Stephen F. Austin (TV) Oct. 10 14 at #1 McNeese State Oct. 17 21 Samford Oct. 24 31 Sam Houston State Nov. 7 36 #9 Northwestern State Nov. 14 33 at S.W. Texas State Nov. 21 7 #14 Troy State

Opp 13 51 7 20 16 30 0 19 53 27 31

2003 (8-4) Jack Crowe Ohio Valley Conference Champions Date JSU Aug. 30 9 at Alabama A&M Sept. 13 16 North Alabama Sept. 20 6 at Kansas Sept. 27 49 Eastern Kentucky Oct. 4 17 at Murray State (OT) Oct. 11 34 UT-Martin Oct. 18 34 at Tennessee State Oct. 25 37 Tennessee Tech Nov. 8 49 at Samford Nov. 15 36 Eastern Illinois Nov. 22 22 at Southeast Missouri NCAA First Round Play-offs Nov. 29 7 at #8 Western Kentucky

Opp 3 28 41 14 23 24 7 20 32 24 17

Att. 13004 13662 34712 7012 2952 12483 8023 9683 10780 8674 6650

45

3573

2004 (9-2) Jack Crowe Ohio Valley Conference Champions Date JSU Sept. 4 25 Emporia State Sept. 18 65 at Chattanooga Sept. 25 30 at Eastern Kentucky Oct. 2 35 Murray State Oct. 9 59 at Tennessee-Martin Oct. 16 49 Tennessee State Oc t. 23 13 at Tennessee Tech Nov. 6 51 Samford Nov. 13 31 at Eastern Illinois Nov. 20 47 Southeast Missouri NCAA First Round Play-offs Nov. 27 7 at #2 Furman

Opp Att. 16 8212 20 6642 23 9400 14 8408 12 4426 35 14722 16 2106 18 13013 21 2019 9 6155

Att. 14673 10803 12678 2418 13027 17000 12789 5237 12779 4825 14987

1999 (1-10) Mike Williams/Jeff Richards Date JSU Opp Att. Sept. 4 20 Alabama A&M 37 16773 Sept. 17 68 Union College 13 8447 Sept. 25 42 Nicholls State 45 8353 Oct. 2 18 at Samford 34 7340 Oct. 10 17 *at Sam Houston State 51 5667 Oct. 16 36 McNeese State (OT) 39 4888 Oct. 23 17 SW Texas State 10 7439 Oct. 30 16 at #22 Stephen F. Austin 33 4133 Nov. 6 7 at Northwestern State 35 6228 Nov. 13 14 #3 Georgia Southern 51 8639 Nov. 20 16 at #6 Troy State 35 17266 *-Jeff Richards takes over and coaches final seven games of the season. 2000 (4-6) Jack Crowe Date JSU Sept. 2 0 at South Florida Sept. 9 10 at Nicholls State Sept. 21 36 Samford Oct. 7 23 Sam Houston State Oct. 14 0 at #22 McNeese State Oct. 21 24 at Southwest Texas Oct. 26 21 Stephen F. Austin Nov. 4 28 #10 Northwestern State Nov. 11 28 Louisiana-Lafayette Nov. 18 0 #3 Troy State 2001 (5-6) Jack Crowe Date JSU Aug. 30 72 Cumberland University Sept. 8 34 Nicholls State Sept. 22 31 at Arkansas State Oct. 6 39 at Samford

198

Opp 40 3 16 26 28 28 27 24 14 28

Att. 5913 13211 14127 8468 13983 5500 5400 15500 8595 7152

Opp 10 15 28 7

Att.

Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

37 38 17 27 30 3 21

at #23 Stephen F. Austin (OT) 44 #21 Southwest Texas State 17 at #15 Northwestern State 42 Tennessee Tech 35 at Sam Houston State 55 at Troy State 21 #11 McNeese State 31

2005 (6-5) Jack Crowe Date JSU Sept. 1 35 #2 Furman Sept. 10 18 Chattanooga Sept. 17 28 at UAB Sept. 24 24 at Southeast Missouri Oct. 1 14 Eastern Kentucky Oct. 8 28 at Murray State Oct. 15 37 Tennessee Martin Oct. 22 33 at Tennessee State Oct. 27 43 Tennessee Tech Nov. 12 26 at Samford Nov. 19 6 #22 Eastern Illinois

49

7051

Opp 37 21 35 10 31 23 17 3 17 20 10

Att. 13982 12862 23109 7850 8751 3275 12919 6490 12762 7643 7058

2006 (6-5) Jack Crowe Date JSU Sept. 2 13 at #5 Furman Sept. 16 38 Southeast Missouri Sept. 23 14 at Tennessee-Martin Sept. 30 28 at Eastern Kentucky Oct. 5 49 Murray State Oct. 14 3 at Mississippi State Oct. 21 31 Tennessee State Oct. 28 17 at Tennessee Tech Nov. 4 13 at Chattanooga Nov. 11 55 Samford Nov. 18 24 at #17 Eastern Illinois

Opp 17 7 24 0 17 35 38 10 OT 10 7 28

Att. 10911 13862 2017 7100 8902 38635 11800 3033 7187 7211 1224

2007 (6-5) Jack Crowe Date JSU Sept. 1 19 at Alabama State Sept. 8 33 Chattanooga Sept. 15 14 at Memphis Sept. 22 20 Eastern Kentucky Sept. 28 40 at Murray State Oct. 4 27 Tennessee-Martin Oct. 11 42 at Austin Peay Oct. 20 38 Tennessee Tech Nov. 3 24 at Samford Nov. 10 23 #25 Eastern Illinois Nov. 17 25 at Southeast Missouri

Opp 24 19 35 31 24 24 9 10 12 37 32

Att. 17316 10123 28298 12312 4555 5982 5289 12214 6273 8202 2325

2008 (8-3) Jack Crowe Date JSU Aug. 28 14 at Georgia Tech Sept. 6 45 Alabama A&M Sept. 20 31 at Chattanooga Sept. 27 27 at #20 Eastern Illinois Oct. 4 38 Southeast Missouri Oct. 11 35 at Eastern Kentucky Oct. 18 31 Murray State Oct. 23 30 at UT Martin Nov. 1 35 Austin Peay Nov. 8 41 at Tennessee Tech Nov. 15 26 #18 Tennessee State

Opp Att. 41 45706 18 16654 3 8240 10 7996 17 8917 38 6100 21 14251 31 1790 22 8628 17 9413 21 7956


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL ALL-TIME SERIES BREAKDOWNS

Angelo State 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1989 H W

Score 34-16

Anniston 3-2-4 Year Site Result 1910 T 1913 W 1919 L 1919 T 1919 L 1920 W 1920 T 1921 T 1922 W

Score 0-0 27-19 6-12 0-0 0-7 6-0 0-0 0-0 20-0

Score 14-12

Athens 2-0-0 Year Site Result 1948 H W 1949 H W

Score 7-0 42-0

Auburn (freshman) 1-1-0 Year Site Result 1918 L 1923 W

Score 6-23 6-0

Austin Peay 10-6-3 Year Site Result 1947 H W 1948 A L 1949 H W 1950 A T 1951 H T 1952 A L 1953 H L 1954 A T 1955 H W 1956 H L 1957 H W 1958 A W 1959 H W 1960 A L 1961 H W 1962 A W 1979 H L 2007 A W 2008 H W

Score 7-6 13-14 19-7 13-13 6-6 19-20 16-47 14-14 20-0 0-7 20-0 8-6 15-14 8-14 21-6 23-13 13-21 42-9 35-22

Birmingham Southern 0-4-1 Year Site Result 1922 L 1922 L 1923 T 1924 L 1925 L

Score 0-31 0-31 0-0 6-25 0-33

Blount County 4-0-0 Year Site Result 1913 W 1916 W 1919 W 1921 W

Score 66-0 3-0 7-0 42-0

Carson-Newman 4-3-1 Year Site Result 1954 H W 1955 H W 1957 A L 1958 H W 1959 A T 1960 H L 1966 H W 1967 A L

Score 7-0 39-0 0-28 35-13 0-0 0-7 40-13 13-23

Central State 0-2-0 Year Site Result 1993 H L 1994 H L

Score 0-22 17-18

Centre 2-0-0 Year Site Result 1920 W 1920 W

Score 35-0 82-0

Chattanooga 10-24-0 Year Site Result 1904 L 1924 W 1925 L 1926 L 1953 L 1954 A L 1955 A W 1956 A L 1957 H L 1958 A L 1959 A L 1960 H L 1961 A L 1963 A L 1964 A L 1965 A L 1966 A W 1967 A L 1968 H W 1970 A W 1974 A L 1975 H W 1976 A L 1977 H L 1978 A L 1980 H L 1981 A L 1982 H L 1983 A L 2004 A W 2005 H L

Score 0-5 14-13 0-40 3-72 0-39 0-24 12-0 0-26 7-15 0-55 0-19 0-35 7-13 0-14 0-21 6-14 19-10 0-51 14-3 40-6 9-13 24-6 7-14 14-18 21-28 13-16 3-10 0-28 6-13 65-20 18-21

Score 27-42

Delta State 22-8-1 Year Site Result 1961 H L 1962 A L 1963 H L 1964 A L 1965 H W 1966 A L 1967 H W 1968 A L 1969 H W 1970 A W 1971 H W 1973 A W 1974 H W 1975 A W 1976 H W 1977 A W 1978 H W 1979 A L 1980 H W 1981 A W 1982 H W 1983 A W 1984 A W 1985 H L 1986 A T 1987 H W 1988 A W 1989 H W 1990 A W 1991 A W 1992 H W

Score 15-32 13-41 6-7 0-13 10-9 10-23 25-21 7-27 21-13 37-7 31-14 31-24 30-13 21-7 24-14 16-13 38-3 21-38 36-3 28-14 56-36 34-14 27-26 23-27 14-14 36-34 24-17 34-10 17-13 9-0 38-10

East Tennessee State 1-1-0 Year Site Result 1959 H W 1960 A L

Score 13-0 14-20

Eastern Kentucky 3-3-0 Year Site Result 2003 H W 2004 A W 2005 H L 2006 A W 2007 H L 2008 A L

Score 49-14 30-23 14-31 28-0 20-31 38-35

Eastern Illinois 3-3-0 Year Site Result 2003 H W 2004 A W 2005 H L 2006 A L 2007 H L 2008 A W

Score 36-24 31-21 6-10 24-28 23-37 23-10

O VC

Score 59-45 36-41

Ashland 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1920 W

Score 50-0

Delaware 0-1-0 Year Site Result 1978 A L

H IS T O RY

Alcorn State 1-1-0 Year Site Result 1992 H W 1993 A L

Score 7-7 22-7

Camp McClellan 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1924 W

Score 18-6 13-7 6-0 12-14 72-10

RECORDS

Score 7-0 0-5 11-5 0-6 0-6 7-0 34-0 6-0 0-14

Arkansas Tech 1-0-1 Year Site Result 1962 A T 1963 H W

Score 35-13 0-56

Cumberland University 4-1-0 Year Site Result 1928 W 1929 W 1932 W 1933 L 2001 H W

R E V IE W

Albertville 5-4-0 Year Site Result 1908 W 1910 L 1911 W 1912 L 1913 L 1914 W 1917 W 1919 W 1920 L

Score 6-37 31-28

Bryson College 1-1-0 Year Site Result 1924 W 1925 L

13-10 33-19 31-3

O P P O NE NT S

Score 24-14 14-20 19-24

Arkansas State 1-1-0 Year Site Result 1995 A L 2001 A W

Score 41-3

W W W

A BO U T J S U

Alabama State 1-2-0 Year Site Result 1980 H W 1981 A L 2007 A L

Score 41-30

Bluefield 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1972 H W

A H A

COAC HE S

Score 0-11 0-30 6-2 7-0

Arkansas A&M 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1966 A W

Score 27-0 20-0

2006 2007 2008

G AM ECO CK S

Alabama Presbyterian 2-2-0 Year Site Result 1908 L 1912 L 1917 W 1917 W

Score 9-0 3-13 5-0 13-0

Blountsville 2-0-0 Year Site Result 1913 W 1923 W

O U T LO O K

Score 42-0 30-7 34-0 24-23 28-21 29-28 20-9 21-13 14-12 6-6 24-24 7-14 26-13 24-14 42-21 33-9 27-7 44-18 7-6 44-18 19-13 20-37 20-17 9-3 45-18

Anniston Pres. College 3-1-0 Year Site Result 1914 W 1915 L 1918 W 1922 W

INT RO

Alabama A&M 21-2-2 Year Site Result 1975 H W 1976 A W 1977 H W 1978 A W 1979 H W 1980 A W 1981 H W 1982 A W 1983 H W 1984 A T 1985 H T 1986 A L 1987 H W 1988 A W 1989 H W 1989 H W 1990 A W 1991 H W 1992 A W 1993 H W 1998 A W 1999 H L 2002 H W 2003 A W 2008 H W

199


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O VC

HI S T O RY

REC ORDS

R E V IE W

O P P O NE NT S

A BO U T J S U

COAC HE S

GAM ECO CK S

O U T LO O K

INT RO

Elon 1-0-0 Year 1956

Site Result H W

Score 13-12

Gordon Military 2-1-0 Year Site Result 1940 L 1947 H W 1948 H W

Score 0-19 13-0 45-0

Emporia State 1-0-0 Year Site Result 2004 H W

Score 25-16

Etowah 4-0-1 Year Site Result 1911 T 1912 W 1913 W 1915 W 1917 W

Greensboro 0-1-0 Year Site Result 1910 L

Score 5-6

Score 0-0 31-0 31-0 9-6 60-0

Guntersville 2-0-0 Year Site Result 1919 W 1920 W

Score 20-0 12-0

Florida A&M 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1970 H W

Score 21-7

Henderson State 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1993 H W

Florida State 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1947 A W

Score 7-0

Fort McClellan 3-0-2 Year Site Result 1917 W 1917 T 1918 T 1923 W 1924 W

Score 27-0 0-0 0-0 45-0 50-0

Fort Valley State 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1993 H W

Score 27-13

Furman 0-3-0 Year Site Result 2004 A L 2005 H L 2006 A L Gadsden 2-1-1 Year Site Result 1908 L 1911 T 1911 W 1921 W Georgia 0-3-0 Year 1992 1998 1999 2002

Score 7-49 35-37 13-17

Score 0-7 0-0 11-0 55-0

Southern Site Result A L A L H L A L

Georgia State 0-1-0 1939

L

Score 0-10 32-51 14-51 3-41

13-0

Georgia Tech 0-1-0 Year Site Result 2008 A L

Score 14-41

Georgia Tech Freshmen 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1922 W

Score 14-7

200

Louisiana Lafayette 1-0-0 Year Site Result 2000 A W

Score 28-14

Marion 4-4-2 Year Site Result 1908 W 1910 T 1921 T 1922 L 1923 L 1924 W 1925 L 1946 H L 1947 A W 1948 H W

Score 6-0 0-0 0-0 7-18 13-14 20-7 0-7 0-12 33-13 28-0

Score 12-7

Huntsville College 0-2-0 Year Site Result 1924 W 1925 W

Marshall County 0-1-0 Year Site Result 1916 L

Score 6-13

Score 12-3 12-6

IU-Pennsylvania 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1991 H W

Score 27-20

Maryville 8-1-1 Year Site Result 1949 H W 1950 A W 1951 H W 1952 A L 1953 H T 1954 H W 1955 H W 1956 H W 1957 H W 1958 A W

Score 20-14 21-7 26-0 7-15 0-0 14-0 7-0 26-7 20-0 28-8

James Madison 0-1-0 Year Site Result 1993 A L Kentucky State 2-0-0 Year Site Result 1991 A W 1992 H W

Score 14-35

Score 42-7 63-21

Knoxville College 2-0-0 Year Site Result 1994 H W 1995 H W

Score 48-26 56-6

Lehigh 0-1-0 Year 1977

Site Result N L

Score 0-33

Liberty Baptist 2-0-0 Year Site Result 1981 H W 1982 A W

Score 61-0 42-13

Lineville Agr. 2-0-0 Year Site Result 1917 W 1921 W

Score 59-0 48-0

Louisiana College 4-3-0 Year Site Result 1951 H L 1958 A L 1959 H W 1961 H W 1962 A L 1963 H W 1964 A L 1967 H W 1968 A W

Score 0-6 6-26 21-6 22-21 7-8 21-15 9-41 23-16 45-21

McNeese State 0-7-0 Year Site Result 1994 A L 1997 H L 1998 A L 1999 H L 2000 A L 2001 H L 2002 A L

Score 12-18 6-27 14-30 36-39 0-28 21-31 20-28

Memphis 0-1-0 Year Site Result 2007 A L

Score 14-35

Middle Georgia 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1946 H W

Score 26-0

Middle Tennessee 2-18-2 Year Site Result 1927 L 1928 L 1929 L 1930 L 1933 T 1935 L 1936 L 1937 L 1938 L 1939 T 1940 L 1946 A L 1957 A L 1958 H L 1959 A L 1960 H W 1984 H L 1985 A L

Score 0-13 0-6 7-21 0-18 0-0 0-20 0-12 0-33 0-13 6-6 7-46 0-21 0-25 6-18 20-21 19-0 11-27 21-55

1994 1996 1997 1998

A H A H

L L L W

37-45 23-30 16-27 10-7

Mississippi College 10-11-2 Year Site Result 1961 H W 1962 A L 1963 H L 1964 A T 1965 H W 1966 A W 1979 A L 1980 H W 1981 A W 1982 H W 1983 A L 1984 H L 1985 A L 1986 H L 1987 A L 1988 H W 1989 A W 1989 N L 1990 H L 1990 A L 1991 H W 1991 H W 1992 A T

Score 21-6 0-28 6-14 24-24 20-0 17-0 7-17 51-14 40-0 52-36 18-30 0-28 3-50 14-28 13-15 10-0 23-3 0-3 7-17 7-14 17-6 35-7 14-14

Southern Miss 0-1-0 Year Site Result 1946 A L

Score 0-65

Mississippi State 0-2-0 Year Site Result 2002 A L 2006 A L

Score 13-51 3-35

Montana 0-1-0 Year Site Result 1993 A L

Score 7-37

Murray State 5-1-0 Year Site Result 2003 A L (OT) 2004 H W 2005 A W 2006 H W 2007 A W 2008 H W

Score 17-23 35-14 28-23 49-17 40-24 31-21

Newberry 5-0-0 Year Site Result 1967 A W 1968 H W 1979 H W 1986 A W 1987 H W

Score 35-6 45-10 14-7 27-21 27-3

New Haven 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1992 H W

Score 46-35

Nicholls State 8-6-0 Year Site Result 1972 H W 1973 A W 1974 H W 1975 A L 1976 H W 1977 A W

Score 31-0 28-10 29-0 6-18 34-7 10-7


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL

ALL-TIME SERIES BREAKDOWNS 1978 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

H A H A H A H A

L L L W L W W L

Northern Arizona 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1977 A W

Score 35-0

Northern Iowa 0-1-0 Year Site Result 1993 A L

Score 14-35

Northwest Louisiana 3-2-0 Year Site Result 1969 H L 1970 H W 1974 H W 1975 A W 1997 A L

Score 21-48 35-6 36-13 21-0 21-42

Northwestern State 2-3-0 Year Site Result 1998 H L 1999 A L 2000 H W 2001 A L 2002 H W

Score 36-53 7-35 28-24 17-42 19-10

Oneonta 2-0-0 Year Site Result 1917 W 1921 W

Score 81-0 55-0

Owenton 2-0-0 Year Site Result 1908 W 1914 W

Score 6-0 7-0

Pembroke 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1947 H W

Score 48-0

Pensacola 0-1-0 Year Site Result 1950 H L

Score 6-7

Score 6-23 17-13

Score 13-20

Quantico Marines 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1972 H W

Score 28-15

Rhode Island 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1955 H W

Score 12-10

Score 0-32 0-7 0-33 0-8 0-0 0-27 0-0 7-39 0-12 0-23 0-24 0-13 14-0 28-7 19-19 14-0 26-13 30-0 67-24 23-3 14-28 13-20 14-20 20-10 34-9 21-31 27-6 36-6 19-9 35-14 17-27 14-16 21-0 18-34 36-16 39-7 37-23 49-32 51-18 26-20 55-7 24-12

Sam Houston State 4-4-0 Year Site Result 1994 H L 1995 A W 1997 A W 1998 H W 1999 A L 2000 H L 2001 A L 2002 H W

Score 10-17 16-13 28-21 31-19 17-51 23-26 30-55 28-22

Savannah State 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1992 H W

Score 41-16

Southeast Louisiana 6-4-1 Year Site Result 1946 A L 1948 H T 1949 A L 1971 A W 1972 H W 1973 A L 1974 H W 1975 A W 1976 H L 1977 A W 1978 H W

Score 9-39 0-0 14-20 20-14 10-7 10-11 22-10 38-7 3-13 14-10 10-7

Southeast Missouri 9-4-0 Year Site Result 1961 A W 1962 H W 1963 A L 1964 H L 1965 A W 1969 A L 1971 H W 2003 A W 2004 H W 2005 A W 2006 H W 2007 A L 2008 H W

Score 12-13 6-0 7-10 0-24 24-13 13-19 57-0 22-17 47-9 24-10 38-7 25-32 38-17

Southwest Missouri 0-5-0 Year Site Result 1993 A L 1994 H L 1995 A L 1996 A L 1997 H L

Score 7-24 15-19 14-49 9-34 42-47

Southwest Texas State 3-5-0 Year Site Result 1981 A L 1982 A L 1997 H L 1998 A W 1999 H W 2000 A L 2001 H W 2002 A L

Score 22-38 14-19 27-35 33-27 17-10 24-28 38-17 20-27

Spring Hill 0-2-0 Year Site Result 1924 L 1925 L

Score 7-23 0-7

Stephen 1-6-0 Year 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002

Score 10-42 15-41 22-16 16-33 21-27 37-44 28-36

F. Austin Site Result H L A L H W A L H L A L OT H L

201

O VC

Portland State 0-1-0 Year Site Result 1988 A L

Samford 22-21-2 Year Site Result 1905 L 1908 L 1909 L 1912 L 1913 T 1916 L 1918 T 1921 L 1922 L 1923 L 1924 L 1925 L 1948 H W 1950 A W 1951 H T 1952 A W 1953 H W 1954 H W 1955 H W 1965 H W 1966 A L 1967 H L 1968 A L 1969 H W 1970 A W 1971 H L 1972 H W 1988 H W 1989 A W 1995 A W 1996 H L 1997 A L 1998 H W 1999 A L 2000 H W 2001 A W 2002 H W 2003 A W 2004 H W 2005 A W 2006 H W 2007 A W

Score 25-14 0-7 14-7 19-7

H IS T O RY

Pittsburg State 1-1-0 Year Site Result 1991 N L 1992 N W

Score 0-0 26-7 25-13 38-0 20-0

South Georgia 3-1-0 Year Site Result 1950 H W 1951 A L 1952 H W 1953 A W

RECORDS

Score 68-0

St. Bernard 4-0-1 Year Site Result 1946 H T 1947 H W 1948 H W 1949 H W 1950 H W

Score 0-40

R E V IE W

Oxford 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1921 W

Score 13-6 0-5 5-0

South Florida 0-1-0 Year Site Result 2000 A L

O P P O NE NT S

Score 27-12 0-35 66-24 16-20 32-28

Score 34-21

Rome 2-1-0 Year Site Result 1908 W 1910 L 1911 W

A BO U T J S U

Northeast Louisiana 3-3-0 Year Site Result 1959 H W 1960 A L 1973 H W 1974 A L 1994 A W

Score 31-7 21-17

Northeast Missouri 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1982 H W

28-31

COAC HE S

North Dakota State 2-0-0 Year Site Result 1977 A W 1989 H W

Score 24-17 21-10

L

G AM ECO CK S

North Carolina A&T 2-0-0 Year Site Result 1994 A W 1995 H W

Score 12-7 0-6 13-6 14-41 0-26 0-21 7-21 14-27 7-14 0-17 7-7 0-0 28-0 6-0 21-0 23-14 10-38 18-23 55-28 60-7 39-20 42-12 24-28 14-21 28-7 24-20 19-14 14-28 28-35 21-14 28-10 21-24 13-34 10-23 29-26 10-10 38-3 12-3 41-25 38-14 48-13 10-6 14-12 16-28

A

O U T LO O K

North Alabama 23-18-3 Year Site Result 1949 H W 1950 A L 1951 H W 1952 A L 1953 H L 1954 A L 1955 H L 1956 A L 1960 H L 1961 A L 1962 H T 1963 A T 1964 H W 1965 A W 1966 H W 1967 A W 1968 H L 1969 A L 1970 H W 1971 A W 1972 H W 1973 A W 1974 H L 1975 A L 1976 H W 1977 A W 1978 H W 1979 A L 1980 H L 1981 A W 1982 H W 1983 A L 1984 H L 1985 A L 1986 H W 1987 A T 1988 H W 1989 A W 1990 H W 1990 H W 1991 H W 1992 A W 1992 A W 2003 H L

Score 45-0

1996

INT RO

Norman Park 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1947 H W

17-19 8-21 14-16 21-20 42-45 10-3 34-15 6-14


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL ALL-TIME SERIES BREAKDOWNS

O VC

HI S T O RY

REC ORDS

R E V IE W

O P P O NE NT S

A BO U T J S U

COAC HE S

GAM ECO CK S

O U T LO O K

INT RO

Sylacauga 4-1-0 Year Site Result 1910 W 1911 L 1912 W 1917 W 1921 W Talladega 2-1-0 Year Site Result 1911 L 1917 W 1922 W Tampa 2-5-0 Year 1950 1951 1952 1957 1958 1964 1965

Score 57-0 5-11 6-0 62-0 68-0

Score 0-6 63-0 20-0

Site Result H W A L H L H L A L H W A L

Score 20-7 0-40 6-20 13-14 6-12 10-8 11-30

Tennessee-Martin 25-6-0 Year Site Result 1967 H L 1968 A W 1969 H W 1970 A W 1971 H W 1972 A W 1973 H W 1974 A W 1975 H W 1976 A W 1977 H W 1978 A W 1979 H L 1980 A W 1981 H W 1982 A W 1983 H W 1984 A W 1985 H W 1986 A W 1987 H L 1988 A L 1989 H W 1990 A W 2003 H W 2004 A W 2005 H W 2006 A L 2007 H W 2008 A L

Score 0-38 16-12 22-20 16-14 30-10 20-6 50-7 17-0 11-3 24-3 36-13 44-15 14-15 19-14 44-7 41-13 34-19 23-16 19-13 30-20 17-28 24-31 63-0 21-7 34-24 59-12 37-17 14-24 27-24 30-31

Tennessee State 4-1-0 Year Site Result 2003 A W 2004 H W 2005 A W 2006 H L 2008 H W

Score 34-7 49-35 33-3 31-38 26-21

Tennessee Tech 8-4-0 Year Site Result 1936 L 1977 A L 1979 H W 1980 A W 2001 H L 2002 A W 2003 H W 2004 A L

Score 0-33 20-27 23-7 7-3 27-35 35-29 37-20 13-16

202

2005 2006 2007 2008

H A H A

W W-OT W W

43-17 17-10 38-10 41-17

Texas A&I 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1973 H W

Score 34-14

Texas Lutheran 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1966 H W

Score 21-3

Troy Normal 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1924 W

Score 14-9

Troy State 31-19-1 Year Site Result 1946 H L 1947 A W 1948 A W 1948 H W 1949 A W 1950 H W 1951 A W 1952 H W 1953 A L 1954 H W 1955 A W 1956 H W 1957 A W 1958 H W 1959 A W 1960 H W 1961 A W 1962 H W 1963 A W 1964 H W 1965 A W 1966 H W 1967 A L 1968 H L 1969 A L 1970 H W 1971 A L 1972 H T 1973 A W 1974 H W 1975 A L 1976 H L 1977 A W 1978 H W 1979 A L 1980 H W 1981 A W 1982 H W 1983 A L 1984 H L 1985 A L 1986 H L 1987 A L 1988 H W 1989 A W 1990 H W 1995 H L 1996 H L 1997 A L 1998 H L 1999 A L 2000 H L 2001 A L

Score 0-26 14-0 25-13 19-0 46-0 9-0 13-7 20-6 7-13 38-7 12-0 27-14 13-0 20-7 35-14 27-6 22-21 21-14 15-8 38-0 9-7 27-6 0-46 0-31 6-37 55-10 28-42 14-14 38-14 23-12 10-26 16-19 17-9 42-21 10-12 13-8 31-24 49-14 3-45 39-42 14-31 43-45 9-14 31-3 38-3 21-10 7-35 21-31 0-49 7-31 16-35 0-28 3-21

Tuskegee 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1983 H W

Score 30-7

UAB 2-3-0 Year 1994 1995 1996 1997 2005

Site Result A W A W A L A L A L

Score 28-12 28-26 17-24 16-34 28-35

Union 1-0-0 Year 1999

Site Result H W

Score 68-13

University High 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1904 W

Score 23-0

Valdosta State 8-3-0 Year Site Result 1982 H W 1983 A W 1984 A W 1985 H W 1986 A L 1987 H L 1988 A W 1989 H W 1990 A L 1991 A W 1992 H W

Score 43-11 37-11 12-5 12-10 25-29 10-27 31-21 17-15 17-18 24-3 20-6

Virgina Artillary 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1917 W

Score 60-0

West Alabama 32-10-1 Year Site Result 1949 A W 1949 H W 1952 H L 1953 A L 1954 A W 1955 A W 1956 A W 1957 A W 1958 H W 1959 A W 1960 H W 1961 A W 1962 H W 1963 A W 1964 H W 1965 A W 1966 H W 1967 A T 1968 H L 1969 A L 1970 H W 1971 H L 1972 A L 1973 H L 1974 A W 1975 H W 1976 A W 1977 H W 1978 A W 1979 H W 1980 A W 1981 H W 1982 A W 1983 H L 1984 A L 1985 H L 1986 A W 1987 H W 1988 A W

Score 7-1 12-7 13-20 7-18 46-0 13-0 22-0 19-7 22-6 26-0 20-6 9-6 33-7 13-7 40-7 21-14 24-14 7-7 0-7 6-27 8-7 9-10 17-21 20-21 27-9 17-13 24-7 44-7 41-21 59-0 19-0 48-29 34-7 7-16 35-38 24-27 38-33 25-19 45-10

1989 1990 1991 1992

H A A H

W W W W

36-0 31-9 31-0 54-27

West Chester 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1988 H W

Score 63-24

Western 3-4-0 Year 1946 1969 1970 1971 1972 1976 1977

Carolina Score 0-13 7-14 24-10 41-14 12-17 13-14 21-16

Western 1-1-0 Year 1994 1995

Illinois

Western 1-4-0 Year 1993 1994 1995 1996 2003

Kentucky

Site Result A L H L A W H W A L A L H W

Site Result A L H W

Score 27-42 32-27

Site Result A L H L A L H W A L

Score 7-12 20-22 15-17 34-20 7-45

West Georgia 16-1-0 Year Site Result 1946 A W 1947 H W 1952 H W 1953 H W 1954 H W 1983 A W 1984 H W 1985 A W 1986 H W 1987 A W 1988 H W 1989 A W 1990 H W 1991 H W 1992 A W 1995 H W 1996 H L

Score 33-0 31-12 40-6 40-0 37-0 38-0 24-15 35-14 52-34 17-6 30-0 38-6 44-9 50-24 17-10 25-22 10-30

Wetumpka 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1905 W

Score 2-0

William Carey 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1955 H W

Score 21-0

Winston-Salem 1-0-0 Year Site Result 1991 A W

Score 49-24

Wofford 2-0-0 Year Site Result 1990 A W 1991 H W

Score 21-7 51-7


2009 JACKSONVILLE STATE FOOTBALL GLOSSARY

O VC

H IS T O RY

R ECO RDS

R E V IE W

O P P O NE NT S

A BO U T J S U

COAC HE S

GAM ECO CK S

O U T LO O K

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The ACC

No, it’s not the Atlantic Coast Conference. At least not for this reference. It was the Alabama Collegiate Conference, which the Gamecocks competed in during the 1960’s. The four state supported colleges - Jacksonville State, Troy State, Florence State (now UNA), and Livingston (now West Alabama) - formed the ACC in 1960. The Gamecocks shared the conference football crown with Florence State in 1962 and 1963 and then won the next three football championships in 1964, 1965 and1966. The Gamecocks produced numerous All-ACC players throughout the 1960’s, but those records are incomplete. In 1969, JSU placed Bubba Long (RB) and Gary Godfrey (LB) on the AllConference squad.

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The Gamecocks have had a total of 45 players selected All-America since the modern day records begin in 1946. The school’s first All-America was halfback Blackie Heath in 1946 and the next year, John Williams earned the honor. Offensive tackle Calvin Word was the first JSU player to be named AllAmerican twice (1974 and 1975). Butch Barker and Jesse Baker each earned the honor in 1977 and 1978, while Ed Lett (QB) was a repeat All-American in 1981 and 1982. Offensive lineman Joe Billingsley was named to the squad in 1986 and 1988 and Danny Lee (Return Specialist) repeated in 1991 and 1992. Linebacker Ja’Karl Barnett was a selection in 1992 and 1993. JSU’s first All-America at the Division I level was defensive back Darron Edwards in 1995 and Eric Mims in 1996. The Gamecocks placed three members on the 1998 AllAmerica team when Mark Word (DE), Montressa Kirby (QB) and Eurosius Parker (Return Specialist) each earned the honor. Delvin Hughley (DB) was named to the 2000 All-American squad. In 2001, senior offensive lineman Jeremy Sullivan was named second team and freshman punter Richie Rhodes earned third-team honors. Rhodes was named second-team All-American in 2002 and third-team in 2003. During JSU’s second

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All-Star Games

Seven different Gamecock football players have participated in post-season allstar games. Halfback Al Woodham was the first JSU player to play in the BlueGray Classic in 1955. Four years later, Jim Glasgow (OT) played in the Classic, which is held in the City of Montgomery on Christmas Day each year. JSU’s first player to participate in the Blue-Gray Classic since moving to Division I in 1993 was defensive end Mark Word in 1998. JSU has had three players to play in the Senior Bowl, with record setting quarterback Dieter Brock playing in 1974. Defensive lineman Jesse Baker was selected to play in 1979 and runningback Sean Richardson played in 1994. Baker also played in the East-West Shine game in 1979. Delvin Hughley (DB) participated in the 2000 Blue-Gray game in Montomgery.

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At every level of play in football, there are historic rivalry games between teams. There is that certain game circled on every fans calendar and for Gamecock fans, it’s the Troy State game. The rivalry dates back to 1924 and the two teams have met a total of 62 times, with Jax State holding a 33-28-2 lead in the series. JSU owns the longest win streak in the series, winning 13-straight in the series from 1954-66.

Bowl Games

The Gamecocks have played in eight bowl games, dating back to the 1948 season. JSU has an all-time record of 6-2 in bowl games. Jax State first played in the 1948 Paper Bowl and defeated Troy State, 19-0. JSU returned to the Paper Bowl and defeated Livingston (now West Alabama), 12-7 in 1949. Jax State suffered its first loss in a bowl game after losing 7-6 to the Pensacola Cards Navy team in 1950. JSU whipped Rhode Island, 12-10, in the Refrigerator Bowl in Evansville, Ind., in 1955. In 1966, the Gamecocks defeated Arkansas A&M, 41-30, in the 1966 Space City Classic. JSU’s 21-7 victory over Florida A&M in the 1970 Orange Blossom Classic in Miami’s Orange Bowl, is one of the top victories in Gamecock history. JSU defeated North Dakota State , 31-7, in front of more than10,000 and an ABC-TV regional television audience in the Grantland Rice Bowl to advance to the NCAA Division II National Championship in 1977. The following week, the Gamecocks suffered just their second bowl loss after Lehigh claimed a 33-0 win over JSU in the Gamecocks’ first ever nationally televised football game in the Pioneer Bowl.

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One of the single most memorable plays in JSU football history came on November 11, 1996, JSU was facing Western Illinois in front of a Homecoming crowd. The Gamecocks had just :03 seconds left in the game trailing 27-26 and had the ball on the Western Illinois 42-yard line. Freshman quarterback JeDarius Issac took the snap and lobbed a “hail mary” pass on the game’s final play that somehow ended up in the hands of wide receiver Patrick Plott in the end zone as the Gamecocks grabbed victory from the jaws of defeat. JSU seemingly had the game well in hand, leading 26-13 with 10:09 to play, but the Leathernecks came storming back. A touchdown run with 4:46 remaining in the game cut the lead to 26-20, and with just 50 seconds showing on the clock, a 22-yard fourth-down scoring pass and the ensuing extra point


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had given WIU a 27-26 lead. But Issac calmly directed the Gamecocks 71 yards in 50 seconds, capping it off with the 42-yard pass to Plott for the game-winner.

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Junior placekicker Ashley Martin made NCAA history by becoming the first female to play and score a point in a NCAA college football game on August 30, 2001. With the Gamecocks scoring their second touchdown of the game, Martin trotted on the field and kicked the extra point as the Gamecocks built a 14-0 lead at the 8:31 mark of the first quarter over Cumberland University. Martin, a Ashley Martin with Regis native of Sharpsburg, and Kelly. Ga., went on to finish the game 3-for-3. She was named the Southland Football League Special Teams Player-of-the-Week and made national television appearances on Good Morning America, Live with Regis and Kelly, Pure Oxygen, CNN, ESPN and numerous local stations across the country. She was also featured in USA Today, the Boston Globe, the Washington Post, the Atlanta-Journal Constitution and several magazines including ESPN The Magazine, People, Newsweek, The Sporting News and several other periodicals. Martin, a twosport player, led the soccer team in scoring in 2001.

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Jacksonville State has been the recipient of four Chevrolet scholarships Awards. Two came in 1977 during JSU appearance in the Grantland Rice Bowl, regionally televised by ABC. The game, held in Anniston, Ala., was won by the Gamecocks 31-7 over North Dakota State. The win sent Jacksonville State to its first-ever appearance in the Division II National Championship Game. Jesse Baker and Bobby Ray Green were named Chevrolet Playersof-the-Game. Baker earned the honor on defense and Green was named for Jesse Baker the offensive Player-of-the-Game. JSU’s Joe Hartsfield earned the honor in JSU’s 24-14 win over Alabama State on Oct. 27, 1980. The Gamecocks’ last player to earn the award was Simon Shephard on December 4, 1982, when JSU lost 19-14 to Southwest Texas State in the NCAA Division II playoffs.

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Coach Mayfield, 35, died in a tragic fire accident in Southgate, Ky., on May 28, 1977. He lost his life trying to help others out of a burning club where he had gone to attend a retirement party for his mother, a school teacher retiring after 42 years. Coach Mayfield joined the JSU staff in 1969 as defensive coordinator, but moved to the offense in 1970. He became JSU’s head coach in 1974, winning the Gulf South Conference title his first season. He posted a 20-11-0 record during his three seasons as head coach. The Mayfield Room, which was named in is honor in 1978, is located in the Gamecock Field House.

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As part of the celebration of “100 Years of Gamecock Football”, 43 individuals were named to the Jacksonville State University Centennial Football team by the Football J-Club. Among those selected included seven former coaches, including J.W. Stephenson, Don Salls, Jim Blevins, Charley Pell, Clarkie Myfield, Jim Fuller and Bill Burgess. The list includes 15 former All-Americans, 19 professional football signees, eight JSU Hall of Fame Players and five Hall of Fame coaches. It includes JSU’s all-time leading rusher (Boyce Callahan), passer (Ed Lett), punter (Gregg Lowery) and receiver (Joey Hamilton). The complete team includes: Offense - Rusty Fuller, Butch Barker, Terry Owens, Calvin Word, Bruce Nichols, Tom Langston, Joe Billingsley, Jodie Connell, Jim Glasgow, Keith Henderson, Dieter Brock, Ed Lett, David Gulledge, Donald Young, Joey Hamilton, Bubba Long, Boyce Callahan, John Williams, Billy Hicks. Defense - Jesse Baker, David Radford, Ray Burgess, Sam Johnson, Keith Martin, Alvin Wright, Gary Godfrey, Ja’Karl Barnett, Eric Mims, Greg Robinson, Eric Davis, Ray Vinson, Terry Harris, Terry “Shaky” Hodges. Special Teams - Gregg Lowery, Chris Hobbs, Danny Lee.

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Gulf South Conference If there was ever a dominating team in the Gulf South Conference, Jacksonville State would lay claim to it. The GSC was born in the summer of 1970 when representative from six institutions -- Delta State, Florence State (now UNA), Livingston (now West Alabama), Tennessee-Martin, Troy State and Jacksonville State -- convened in Birmingham

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other year. The Athletic Hall of Fame is on permanent display in the Gamecock Center of Stephenson Gym.

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The Jacksonville State University Athletic Hall of Fame inducted its first members of J.W. Stephenson, Barto Hughes and Ray Wedgeworth in 1972. Sixty-two former Gamecocks are currently in the Hall of Fame, with four more former Gamecocks inducted every

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Dave Walters • Jodie Connell • Charlie Grisham Class of 1985-86

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Boyce Callahan • Buddy Cornelius Class of 1987-88

Terry Vinson • Sammy Davis Tom Roberson • Billy Hicks Class of 1988-89

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Doc Lett • Howard Waldrep Class of 1989-90

Willie “Bill” Nichols • John Williams Terry Hodges • Chuck Miller Class of 1990-91

Shag Richey • Susan Puckett Class of 1991-92

Jim Glasgow • Hugh O’Shields

Bill Brantley • Clarkie Mayfield Class of 1995-96

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Four former Jacksonville State football members have been inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame. Former JSU great Dieter Brock and former coach Don Salls became the first Jax State inductees in 1992. Former All-American Jodie Connell was inducted in 1996, while former baseball coach and sports information director Rudy Abbott was elected in 2005. Located in Birmingham, ASHOF honors the state’s sports legends.

Ice Bowl Jacksonville State vs Mississippi College in the 1989 NCAA Division II National Championship Game in Florence, Ala. On December 9, 1989, a winter storm came across the Tennessee Valley and dumped more than two inches of ice and snow the night before the Gamecocks faced GSC foe Mississippi College for the National Title on ESPN. Jax State had beaten the Choctaws 23-3 soundly earlier in the season, but Shane Stewart’s 19-yard field goal with 6:13 remaining in the third was enough to give MC the win. It was the third time in as many games that JSU had not allowed the Chocs a single TD. Snow, which fell continuously from the morning hours, turned the field into a slick maze of ice; making footing treacherous. JSU, stymied by the conditions and the 31 degree temperature, managed just 126 yards rushing. The title was vacated by the NCAA in 1992 after Mississippi College was found in violation of numerous NCAA violations.

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kickoff return gave the Gamecocks’ the spark they need to stop highly-rated Troy State 27-6. It gave the Gamecocks its 19th straight homecoming victory. Returns from the end zone now count just 100 yards. JSU’s Joey Hamilton was the last player to return a kickoff for 100 yards, vs Samford, on October 2, 1999.

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The Gamecock football program has had the chance to play for 12 in the NCAA playoffs and won its first in 1992 with a dramatic 17-13 win over Pittsburg State in the Championship Game in Florence, Alabama. Jax State has played in the championship game four times (1992, 1991, 1989, 1977). The JSU baseball team won the Division II National Championship in 1990 and in 1991, while the Gamecock Basketball team claimed the title in 1985. Jacksonville State is the only school in the history of NCAA competition on any level to have national championships in football, basketball and baseball. Only five other NCAA schools have ever even won one championship in basketball and football (Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, North Alabama and Wittenberg).

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Playing football with just one Jodie Connell arm didn’t slow down this Gamecock All-American. Jodie Connell was a four-year starter for the Gamecocks from 195052. As a ten-year old boy, Connell suffered an accident on a tire swing which resulted in his left arm being amputated just below the elbow. Connell played baseball and ran track at Gadsden High School, but it was his accomplishments on the gridiron that are best remembered. A two-time All-State selection, Connell came to JSU in 1950 and played both football and baseball. As a freshman, Connell beat out five returning lettermen for a starting position at guard, a spot that he held all four years at JSU. Connell, who rushed for several touchdowns on a guard-around play, was a threat to drop back and pass, and even on one occasion snagged an interception. His senior year, he was named co-captain of the team and earned AllAmerica honors. He went on to play for the St. Louis Knights for three years, and made the All-League team as an offensive guard. He also played defensive end. He was inducted into the JSU Athletic Hall of Fame in 1984, the Etowah County Sports Hall of Fame in 1995 and the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame in 1996.

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During the 1967 season, “Matador” was a live rooster that was kept in a cage and lived on campus. “Matador” attended all the football games during the season and would perch on a student’s arm during the games.

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The JSU Gamecocks are backed by the Marching Southerners and Ballerinas. From JSU home football games, to the 1996 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, to Alabama Governor Bob Riley’s inaugural festivities and dozens appearances at band competitions, festivals and parades last season alone, the Marching Southerners have entertained thousands since their debut in 1956. The band’s original director was John T. Finley, followed by JSU Director of Bands Emeritus David L. Walters. The 2009 season marks the 16th season of current director, Kenneth G. Bodiford.

Defensive coordinator Greg Stewart has been a part of three national championships, two as a player at Troy State in 1984 and 1987 and one as a member of the Gamecock coaching staff in 1992.

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and the first three were multiple overtimes, and the Gamecocks are 1-4 in the extra period, claiming a 17-10 win over Tennessee Tech in 2006. The Gamecocks played the first overtime game in school history on November 16, 1996, against Northeast Louisiana at Indian Stadium in Monroe, La. Each team scored a touchdown on its first possession, forcing a second overtime with the score tied at 28-28. In the second extra period, JSU’s Montressa Kirby threw his second interception of the night. That allowed NLU kicker Cory Babineaux to kick his first field goal attempt of the game, booting a 29-yarder to win the game and end the Gamecocks’ 1996 season. In 1999, JSU played its second overtime game in school history vs McNeese State on October 16. JSU held a 19-6 lead at the half, but McNeese stormed back when Shonz LaFrenz kicked a 39-yard field as time expired in regulation to tie the score at 26-26. Both teams scored a touchdown on their first possession of overtime. JSU’s Brad Hopkins kicked a 40-yard field to give the Gamecocks a 36-33 lead in the second overtime. McNeese State took over and fumbled on second down and JSU tried to pick up the ball and a MSU lineman was able to recover the fumble for the Cowboys. On the next play, Slade Nagle tossed a 12-yard touchdown pass to Jimmy Redmond to give the Cowboys a 39-36 SFL win. Jax State played its third overtime game in school history in Nacogdoches, Texas, vs Stephen F. Austin on October 13, 2001. SFA held a 17-16 lead at the half, but the Gamecocks battled back with 14 points in the third quarter to build a 30-17 lead entering the fourth quarter. The Lumberjacks tied the game at 30-30, after going 95 yards in 10 plays in the final three minutes to force overtime. Both teams scored touchdowns on their first possession of overtime. The ‘Jacks then took a 44-37 lead after scoring on a 4th and goal play from the eight yard line, a pass from Wes Pate to Courtney Garcia. The Gamecocks then took over, but was unable to score as Reggie Stancil’s pass fell incompete in the end-

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zone on 4th down. In 2003, JSU’s first season in the Ohio Valley Conference, the Gamecocks led for more than 59 minutes, but Murray State rallied from a 17-10 fourth quarter deficit and marched 71 yards in seven plays and tied the game with just :24 remaining in the game. In the game, senior kicked Steven Lee set a school record by kicking a 52-yard field goal during the second quarter, the Citronelle, Ala., native finished the game with three field goals. In the overtime period, the Gamecocks took possession and failed to gain a first down. Lee’s 39-yard field goal sailed wide right, so Murray State took over. On the second play, Ulysses ran 20 yards up the middle to score a touchdown as the Racers handed JSU its only OVC loss during the 2003 championship season. The Gamecocks picked up their firstever over-time win in 2006 with a 17-10 road win at Tennessee Tech. Junior quarterback Matt Hardin connected on a 17-yard pass to Taurean Rhetta for the JSU win. TTU tied the game at 10-10 with 4:31 left in the fourth after Derek White scored on a six-yard run and Nate Johnson kicked the point after. The Gamecocks took the ensuing kickoff and drove to the TTU 26-yard line and Gavin Hallford attempted a 43-yard field goal into a strong and gusty wind, but his attempt was just short as time expired. JSU went on offense first and Hardin completed a 12-yard pass to Rhetta down to the TTU 13. Clay Green then was hit for a four-yard loss back to the 17 before Hardin connected with Rhetta for the game winning score. The Gamecock defense then answered the call and JSU’s Devin Phillips stopped TTU’s Brent McNeal on fourth down to seal the win.

Paul Snow Memorial Stadium Since Paul Snow Stadium opened in 1946, Jacksonville State has posted an incredible 230-92-8 record at home. Under Crowe, the Gamecocks are 31-15 all-time at home. The stadium is currently in the midst of

a $47 million expansion. The new facility will consist of seven stories, with the bottom four floors dedicated to nearly 400 dorm beds. The top three floors will include 33 luxury skyboxes, a new press area, coaches booths, radio and television broadcast facilities, and a game management booth. The stadium will also include the addition of 5,258 seats and will push the capacity of Paul Snow Stadium to 24,000. The stadium underwent renovations in 1976 with the addition of the east end zone and south sideline seats. The fieldhouse also also constructed at the west end zone to enclose the stadium and then in the summer of 2005, the natural playing surface was replaced with ProGrass synthetic surface. Improvements in 2007 included two new scoreboards and the addition of “Gamecock Vision” a new video replay scoreboard. It is located in the east endzone and features a 14’ x 24’ ProStar VideoPlus Display that is one of the largest in the OVC. The video replay system utilizes the V-Link 4000 Video Processor and the Venus 7000 Controler. The scoreboard now spans 8’ by 48’ with LED Team Name Message Centers. On the Gamecock Field House, a new scoreboard was installed as Paul Snow Stadium becomes the only school in the OVC with two scoreboards. The new boards feature a state of the art control booth, located under the east end zone. Jacksonville State’s first win in renovated Paul Snow Memorial Stadium came the hard way, in 1978, but it is one Gamecock fans remember well. The Gamecocks, facing the top defensive team in the nation, came up with several clutch plays to register a 10-7 victory over Southeastern Louisiana of Hammond, Louisiana. Jax State used a touchdown pass from Mike Watts to Donald Young and a field goal by Rocky Riddle to down SLU. The first loss in the stadium came at the hands of Nicholls State earlier in the first home game , 19-17. JSU led 17-7, but two long scoring plays and a last minute touchdown cost JSU the win.


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This famous slogan is heard around the Jax State campus all year, especially during the Troy State game week. The phrase is credited to former JSU head football coach Charley Pell. The Gamecocks lost the 1969 game 37-6 to the Trojans and following the game, Coach Pell told his players in the dressing room that next season, the Gamecocks would “Whup Troy”. The following year, the Gamecocks did just that, taking the Trojans to the woodshed with a 55-10 JSU win enroute to a perfect 10-0 record and a victory in the Orange Blossom Classic.

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The Gamecocks have had numerous players drafted and signed by professional teams in the National Football League, the World Football League, the United State Football League, the Arena Football Leagues and the Canadian Football League. The most prominent have been Dieter Brock, who led the Winnapeg Blue Bombers to the CFL title and earned MVP honors, Keith McKeller, who played in four consecutive superbowls with the Buffalo Bills, Terry Owens, who signed with the San Diego Chargers in 1965 and played offensive line for many, many years and Eric Davis, who earned AllPro honors as a defensive back with the San Fransico ‘49ers and the Carolina Panthers. He was the first JSU player to earn a Super Bowl ring. Montressa

Jax State has had five individual NCAA national statistical champions. John Williams led the country in rushing in 1947 after gaining 931 yards on 150 carries. In 1981, punter Gregg Lowery led the nation with a 43.5 punting average on 64 punts. In 1992, AllAmerican Danny Lee finished the season with a 39.4 yard average per kick return on 12 returns. In the 2004 season, All-American Craig Agee led the nation in punt returns as a sophomore, finishing with 18 returns for a 20.5 yard average and two touchdowns. In 2007, junior kicker Gavin Hallford Boyce Callahan tied the OVC

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The Gamecocks have made numerous appearances on regional or national television over the years. Gamecock football games have been telecast nationally by ABC, ESPN and ESPN2, and regionally by Fox SportsNet and Comcast/ Charter Sports. The Gamecocks are scheduled to appear locally on WJXSTV 24 for all home games again this season.

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Jacksonville State has been to 12 NCAA football playoffs (1977, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004) and has a 15-11 record in post-season action. JSU advanced all the way to the NCAA Division II Championship Game at the Pioneer Bowl in Wichita Falls, Tex, in 1977. The Gamecocks also played in the title game in 1989 and 1991 before winning the schools first football championship in 1992. JSU has a perfect 11-0 record in home playoff games and is 4-11 in road playoff games.

In the history of Jacksonville State football, only two numbers have been retired - No. 33 and No. 66. Boyce Callahan (33), an Anniston native, was a Little All-American. Callahan rewrote the record books in his four years at Jacksonville. He gained 1,293 yards as a freshman, which was the standard for a single season until 2003. He is the all-time career rushing leader with 4,327 yards and has the secondbest single-gamer performance after rushing for 275 yards against North Alabama in 1970. Johnny Newman (66), a guard from Hartselle, Ala., died during spring training for the 1969 season. Newman played for the Gamecocks in 1967 and 1968 before his death. The 1969 Media Guide and season was dedicated to his memory.

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record for field goals in a season (22) and led the NCAA with 2.00 field goals per game.

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There has been a total of three in more than 105 years that Jax State has played football. The 1917 squad finished 9-0-1 and allowed just two points the entire season (JSU defeated Alabama Presbyterian, 6-2). The team posted 10 shut-outs, the most in school history. In 1947, the Gamecocks went 9-0, including a 7-0 win over Florida State. JSU was the only undefeated and untied team that season and posted five shutouts. Charley Pell and the Gamecocks finished the 1970 season with a perfect 10-0 record, including a 21-7 win over Florida A&M in the Orange Blossom Classic played in Miami’s Orange Bowl.

Kirby helped the Hamilton Tiger Cats to the 1999 Grey Cup Championship of the CFL and Delvin Hughley was a member of the Colorado Crush in 2005 that won the AFL Championship.

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The game, played in Anniston and on ABC regional television, belonged to the Gamecocks from the opening whistle. Jax State advanced to the finals of the NCAA Division II playoffs with the victory.

Jacksonville State rolled up 223 yards rushing while holding North Dakota State to 148 and had 180 yards passing to the Bisons’ 96 yards. Tailback Pat Clements gained 101 yards to pace the win.

Defensive tackles Jesse Baker was named the top defensive player while Bobby Ray Green, JSU quarterback, was tabbed as the top offensive player. Each player was rewarded with a scholarship in their name by Chevrolet and ABC. Donald Young caught five passes for 92 yards to lead all receivers.

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Jacksonville State University fought Lehigh University on even terms for three quarters, but the powerful team from Pennsylvania finally wore down the smaller Gamecocks and went on to win 33-0 in the Pioneer Bowl Game in Wichita Falls, Texas.

The game, which decided the Division II national championship, was played in sub-zero weather. Jax State also played without its starting quarterback, Bobby Ray Green, the final three quarters as he left with a head injury.

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Jacksonville State University enjoyed one of its finest moments in the school’s athletic history, when the Gamecocks defeated North Dakota State, 31-7, before a capacity crowd in the Grantland Rice Bowl.

Lehigh quarterback Mike Rieker, an All-American, showed why he made the AllAmerican squad as he passed for two touchdowns and ran for another. He amassed 305 yards of total offense for the day. Lehigh’s defense also played a fine game, forcing six turnovers.

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The victory was not an upset. If fact, the Jaxmen were favored. But, the fact it was played before 35,000 fans on television and climaxed a perfect 10-0 season, made the victory especially sweet.

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As expected, Boyce Callahan was the start of the show. The dazzling freshman won Most Valuable Player honors with a record-smashing 222 yards in 32 carries. It was not his best effort of the year, because he ran for 275 yards in the homecoming game earlier against North Alabama.

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final period to take the victory. Callahan, after a beautiful 39-yard sprint to the three-yard line, scored on a short run to make the score 14-0 following Danny Kemp’s second of three extra points.

The Gamecocks, led by the running and passing of Terry Hodges and the pass receiving of John Meadows,

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The Gamecocks, playing a fine Pensacola Cards Navy team, fell 7-6 as Jax State failed to convert its extra point attempt.

Robert Williams, Blackie Heath and Gordon Terry led the Gamecocks 77 yards early in the game for a quick 6-0 lead. Later, Heath pass six yards to L.C. Garner and John Smith returned an interception 25 yards for the final 12 points. A sellout crowd was on hand for the game.

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Jacksonville State’s first bowl trip in history was a pleasant one for the Gamecocks. Coach Don Sall’s charges whipped rival Troy State, 19-0, in the first annual Paper Bowl in Pensacola, Fla.

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Jacksonville State returned to the Paper Bowl for a third straight time in 1950, the final time as the bowl game was dropped later, but it wasn’t as successful as the first two trips to Pensacola, Fla.

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Rhode Island went into the game heavily favored to take the game, but Coach Don Salls’ charges had different ideas. Bill Clark’s interception set up the final Jax State touchdown, which began at the Rams’ nine-yard line.

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Meadows covering 38 and 35 yards. For the game, Jax State had 130 yards rushing and 120 passing as compared to Livingston’s 97 rushing and 79 passing. Jacksonville State intercepted three passes.

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The hero of the game had to be Billy Hicks. Jax State’s 235-pound fullback. Jacksonville State had to come from behind twice to take the victory, 3-0 and 10-6. Hicks accounted for 58 of the 70 yards on the first Jax State touchdown scoring drive, scoring from the one, while reserve fullback Chester Skates crashed across from the one with three minutes left in the game to give the victory to the Alabama visitors.

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Jacksonville State’s fourth trip was probably it’s finest. Jax State whipped Rhode Island, 12-10, in the Refrigerator Bowl in Evansville, Indiana.

A second trip to the Paper Bowl was extra sweet to the Gamecocks of Jacksonville State. Not only did the Gamecocks hang up their second bowl win, but in the process, avenged an early season loss to Livingston.

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1949 Paper Bowl

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The trip was very enjoyable for the Gamecocks as they took a short vacation following the game. The team was headquartered on Miami Beach.

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Florida A&M came back to close the gap to 14-7 on a 19-yard pass from Steve Scruggs to Al Sykes, but Jax State wrapped it up minutes later on an eight-yard touchdown pass from Doc Lett to Terry Owens. Jax State only attempted 11 passes, completing four for the night.

Charles Stough, Gamecock quarterback, ran 12 yards for the only Jax score, but the PAT attempt was short and in the end, it proved to be the difference in the game.


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But Jacksonville State’s Eric King stepped in front of Pitt State Quarterback Ron Hutchins pass in the end zone, swatted it to the ground to preserve a 17-13 Gamecocks victory before 11,733 fans. The name Jacksonville State will now forever be inscribed as the 1992 Division II National Champion. It’s Jacksonville State’s first title in football, soothing the anguish of the three previous futile visits to the championship game. Next season Pittsburg State, the 1991 champion from Kansas can return, but Jacksonville can not defend. The Gamecocks enter a compliance period on the way to reclassification to Division I-AA.

Chuck Robinson 29 seconds left for the defending NCAA Division II national champion Pittsburg State. But for Jacksonville States defense it was fourth and forever. There could be no next year for the Gamecocks, no second chance. There could be no more rebuild-

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“If its all right with you,” said JacksonvilleState Coach Bill Burgess, “I’m not going to talk about moving up right now. I could care less.” Jacksonville State had spotted the Gorillas a touchdown lead on the opening kickoff off Harlon Hill Trophy winner Ronald Moore raced virtually untouched 99 yards to score. “Our staff had decided not to kick to him,” Burgess said, “but to show how smart I am. I changed my mind just before kickoff.” But that was Moore’s moment of glory. After that he butted heads with Jacksonville’s defense, and was frustrated at every turn. His longest gain was just

12 yards, and he didn’t score a rushing touchdown. The Gorillas‚ other came on a 38-yard Hutchin to Ray Staten pass that gave Pitt a 13-3 lead with 9:14 left in the second quarter. The Jacksonville State defense wasn’t to be scored on again, however, and the offense did just enough to win. “Our win was a combination of things,” Burgess said. “Our offense made first downs and ran time of the clock to keep their offense off the field. And our defense made the big Plays.” At the end, Jacksonville State had posted 24 first downs, 23 of them rushing and 1 of them on a penalty. Three Jacksonville players, two of them fullbacks, had more yards than Pittsburg’s Moore. Sean Richardson had 106 yards on 23 tries and Terence Bowens had 92 on 20. Quarterback Chuck Robinson added 110 yards on 15 carries and Jacksonville’s offense had 390 yards on the ground to just 156 for Pitt as a team. Jacksonville’s Robinson only threw the ball four times and completed two for 5 yards. His last pass was an interception just before halftime. “Their ability to run the ball inside was the key,” said Pittsburg coach Chuck Broyels, “They just kept the ball away from our offense.” Moore never broke stride on the opening kickoff, and 13 seconds after the game started, Pitt led 6-0. The Gorillas decided to go for two, and that was crucial down the stretch. They missed, soon their final


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They lost to Lehigh 33-0, to Mississippi College 3-0,and to Pittsburg State 23-6. This time the tears were tears of joy, and the hugs were celebration instead of consolation.

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The Gamecocks chose to kick short this time, keeping the ball out of Moore’s hands, but gave Pitt the Ball just 52 yards from the goal. Seven Plays later

Then on the first possession of the second half the scoring ended. Jax State drove 71-yards on just 8 plays. Richardson went the final 5 and Stinnett kick to make it 17-13. Stinnett could have provided a cushion, but just missed field goal tries from 36 yards out and again from 43. Pitt got its last show with 2:41 left when Jacksonville missed by two inches on fourth down at the Pitt 23, and the defense had it’s back against forever.

So the frustration ended for Jacksonville State. In three previous championship games, dating to 1977, the Gamecocks had been shut out twice and had scored a grand total of six points in championship games.

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It was too early to panic so Jacksonville State chipped away. They drove to the Pitt 18, but two penalties stalled the drive and a Slade Stinnett field goal from 42 yards out cut the lead in half with 12:35 left in the second.

It was Jacksonville State the rest of the way, heroes divided equally between offense and defense. The Gamecocks went on a 15 play, 78-yard drive the consumed 6:51on the clock and ended just 2:23 from halftime with Danny Lee rushing in from the 8. Stinnett kicked JSU to within 3 points at 13-10.

Nine plays and 3 first downs later it was fourth down at the Jacksonville 22 with 29 seconds left Shad Klinge went into the end zone, and Jacksonville’s King went with him. “I was lucky to get to it,” King said, “I saw him (Klinge) look up for the ball, and I looked up. The quarterback kind of floated it, and I was able to get a hand on it and knock it down.”

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“We have the option of going for two if we outnumbered them on one side.” Broyels, said, “We haven’t done it since 1985, but it is the quarterback’s call.” This time the JSU defense dragged Moore down short and the comeback started. “Our players never slowed down,” Burgess said, “never gave up.”

Hutchins hit a diving Staten and it was a 13-3 game.

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THE OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE

Entering its 61st 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 2008, for only the second time in the past decade, the Conference expanded by adding Southern Illinois University Edwardsville as the league’s 11th member. The move expanded the OVC’s geographical footprint to the St. Louis market and marked the first change in membership since expanding to the state of Alabama (Jacksonville State, Samford) in 2003. The OVC’s proud 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 non-traditionally 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 60 years, 14 teams have won or shared the league’s football title. The list is led by Eastern Kentucky, winner of 19 outright or shared football crowns, including the 2007 championship when they compiled a perfect 8-0 league record. Former OVC member Middle Tennessee is next with 11, followed by Tennessee Tech with nine, and Murray State and former member Western Kentucky with eight apiece. Eastern Illinois has claimed four football crowns (including winning the title outright in 2005 and sharing the crown with UT Martin in 2006) while Jacksonville State, Morehead State, Tennessee State and former members Evansville and East Tennessee State have captured two apiece. Austin Peay, UT Martin (which captured its first crown in 2006) and former member Youngstown State have one title apiece. Murray State and Evansville tied for the initial football championship, and the Racers partici-

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pated 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 first Division I-AA 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 AllAmerica 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, a one-school tenure unmatched in Division I football. Upon retirement, he ranked sixth alltime among Division I coaches with 315 victories, earning him a spot in the College Football Hall of Fame. Eastern Kentucky appeared in its 18th NCAA Playoff in 2008, the most of any team nationally. 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, 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). 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), Ray Oldham (Middle Tennessee) and Tony Romo (Eastern Illinois). EIU also holds the unique distinction of having three alumni serving as current head coaches in the National Football League – Brad Childress (Minnesota Vikings), Sean Payton (New Orleans Saints) and Mike Shanahan (Denver Broncos). Another alum – Jerry Reese, who was both a player and coach at UT Martin – became general manager of the New York Giants in 2007 and led the franchise to a Super Bowl Championship in his first season on the job. The 2007 season marked a return to scholarship football and the Ohio Valley Conference for the Austin Peay State 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). Austin Peay returned to full OVC status in 2007 under the watch of first-year head coach Rick Christophel, who quarterbacked the Govs from 1971-75. Christophel led the team, who was picked last in a preseason poll, to a 7-4 overall and 5-3 OVC record, which was good enough for third place. The 2007 season also brought new vernacular to the Ohio Valley Conference and the division of football 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 the 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 88 NCAA national championships) as opposed to the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) which competes in an effort to participate in the postseason bowl system (the 32 NCAA-licensed events which includes the Bowl Championship Series). In 2008, the NCAA Board of Directors approved an expansion to the FCS Playoffs, increasing the playoff field to 20 teams beginning in the 2010 season. In marked the first expansion since the playoffs expanded from 12 to 16 teams in 1987.


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Austin Peay State University (1948) Eastern Illinois University (1996) Eastern Kentucky University (1948)

Brad Walker Intirim Commissioner

Morehead State University (1948) Murray State University (1948)

Tennessee State University (1948)

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Tennessee Technological University (1948) Jennifer Brost Director of Championships

Brian Pulley Assistant Commissioner for External Affairs

University of Tennessee at Martin (1992)

Saturday, November 28 FCS Playoffs First Round (campus sites)

Saturday, October 24 *Eastern Illinois at Jacksonville State, 1:00 p.m. *Southeast Missouri at Tennessee Tech, 1:30 p.m. *Eastern Kentucky at Austin Peay, 6:00 p.m. *Murray State at UT Martin, 6:00 p.m.

Saturday, December 5 FCS Playoffs Quarterfinals (campus sites)

Saturday, October 31 *Southeast Missouri at Eastern Kentucky, 12:00 p.m. *Eastern Illinois at Murray State, 1:00 p.m. *Tennessee State at Tennessee Tech, 1:30 p.m. *Jacksonville State at Austin Peay, 4:00 p.m.

Friday, December 18 FCS National Championship (Chattanooga, Tenn.)

Saturday, November 7 *Austin Peay at Murray State, 1:00 p.m. *Jacksonville State at Southeast Missouri, 1:00 p.m.

Friday, December 11/Saturday, December 12 FCS Playoffs Semifinals (campus sites)

* - Denotes OVC contest ALL TIMES CENTRAL All dates and times subject to change All Conference games and home non-conference games featuring OVC schools will be available live and on-demand at OVCSports.TV

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Saturday, September 26 Tennessee Tech at Kansas State, 1:10 p.m. Jacksonville State at Nicholls State, 3:00 p.m.

Saturday, November 21 *Eastern Kentucky at Jacksonville State, 12:00 p.m. *Austin Peay at UT Martin, 1:00 p.m. Southern Illinois at Southeast Missouri, 1:00 p.m. *Murray State at Tennessee Tech, 1:30 p.m.

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Saturday, September 19 *Eastern Illinois at Southeast Missouri, 6:00 p.m. Jacksonville State at Alabama A&M, 6:00 p.m. Murray State at Missouri State, 6:00 p.m. Tennessee State at Southern, 6:00 p.m. *Tennessee Tech at Eastern Kentucky, 6:00 p.m. Austin Peay at Illinois State, 6:30 p.m. UT Martin at Memphis, 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, October 17 *Tennessee Tech at Eastern Illinois, 1:30 p.m. *UT Martin at Eastern Kentucky, 2:00 p.m. *Murray State at Tennessee State, 6:00 p.m.

Thursday, November 19 *Tennessee State at Eastern Illinois, 5:30 (ESPNU)

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Saturday, September 12 Eastern Illinois at Indiana State, 12:05 p.m. Austin Peay at Youngstown State, 3:00 p.m. Jacksonville State at Florida State, 5:00 p.m. (ESPN360) Murray State at North Carolina State, 5:00 p.m. Tennessee State vs. Jackson State, 6:00 p.m. (Memphis, Tenn.) UT Martin at Missouri State, 6:00 p.m. Southeast Missouri at Cincinnati, 6:30 p.m. (Fox Sports Ohio)

Saturday, October 10 *Austin Peay at Southeast Missouri, 1:00 p.m. *Tennessee Tech at UT Martin, 2:00 p.m. *Jacksonville State at Murray State, 3:00 p.m. *Tennessee State at Eastern Kentucky, 5:00 p.m. Eastern Illinois at Penn State, TBA

Saturday, November 14 *Tennessee Tech at Jacksonville State, 12:00 p.m. Western Carolina at Eastern Kentucky, 12:00 p.m. *Murray State at Southeast Missouri, 1:00 p.m. *UT Martin at Eastern Illinois, 1:30 p.m. *Tennessee State at Austin Peay, 4:00 p.m.

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Thursday, September 10 Pikeville College at Tennessee Tech, 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, October 3 *UT Martin at Jacksonville State, 1:00 p.m. *Eastern Kentucky at Eastern Illinois, 1:30 p.m. *Southeast Missouri at Tennessee State, 6:00 p.m. *Austin Peay at Tennessee Tech, 7:00 p.m.

*UT Martin at Tennessee State, 5:00 p.m. Eastern Kentucky at Kentucky, TBA Tennessee Tech at Georgia, TBA

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Saturday, September 5 Jacksonville State at Georgia Tech, 12:00 p.m. Alabama A&M at Tennessee State, 6:00 p.m. Newberry at Austin Peay, 6:00 p.m.

*Eastern Illinois at Austin Peay, 6:00 p.m. *Southeast Missouri at UT Martin, 6:00 p.m. Tennessee State vs. Florida A&M, 6:00 p.m. (Atlanta, Ga.) *Eastern Kentucky at Murray State, 7:00 p.m.

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20 09 OVC COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Thursday, September 3 Iowa Wesleyan at UT Martin, 6:00 p.m. Quincy at Southeast Missouri, 6:00 p.m. Eastern Kentucky at Indiana, 7:00 p.m. (Big Ten Network) Illinois State at Eastern Illinois, 7:00 p.m. Kentucky Wesleyan at Murray State, 7:00 p.m.

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