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Media Information

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Player Profiles ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 32

Meet the Coaches

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HISTORY OVC

Austin Peay / Chattanooga ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 110 Eastern Illinois / Eastern Kentucky ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 111 Georgia State / Kentucky ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 112 Murray State / Southeast Missouri State ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 113 Tennessee State / Tennessee Tech ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 114 Tennessee Martin / 2011 Travel Headquarters~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 115 Series Scores~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 116

RECORDS

Meet the Opponents

REVIEW

The History ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 99 President Dr. William A. Meehan~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 100 Athletics Director Oval Jaynes ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 102 Board of Trustees ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 103 Strength & Conditioning Facilities and Staff ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 104 Sports Medicine Facilities and Staff ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 105 Support Staff~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 106 JSU Athletic Directory ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 107 Traditions ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 108

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Jacksonville State University

ABOUT JSU

Head Coach Jack Crowe~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Assistant Coaches ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Support Personnel~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ A Championship Staff ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

Rushing Records ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 136 Passing Records~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 138 Receiving Records~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 142 Total Offense Records ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 144 Long Scoring Plays ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 147 Scoring Records~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 148 Miscellaneous Records ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 151 Kicking Records~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 152 Punting Records ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 154 Return Records ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 156 Defensive Records~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 160 Miscellaneous Records ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 162 JSU on Television ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 163 NCAA Records/FBS Schools ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 164 JSU All-Americans~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 165 Pro Signees/Super Bowl Players ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 170 Academic Excellence~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 171 Gamecock Season Openers ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 172 Homecoming Records ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 172 The Last Time… ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 173 Post Season Appearances~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 175 Gulf South Conference Statistical Leaders ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 176 SFL Honors / GSC Honors ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 177 OVC Honors ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 178 Year-by-Year Coaching Records ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 180 JSU Head Coaches / Captains ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 181 JSU Coaching Staffs ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 182 All-time Lettermen ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 183 JSU Series Records~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 186 All-time Scores ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 187 All-time Series Breakdowns~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 193 Glossary~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 197 Gamecock Bowl History~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 204 1992 NCAA Division II National Champs ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 206

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Meet the Gamecocks

The Records Section

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Coach Crowe’s Outlook~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 2011 Gamecock Roster~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Depth Chart ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Geographical Roster ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

Game Summaries~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 117 Final Team Statistics~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 129 Final Individual Statistics ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 130 Defensive Leaders~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 132 Game Highs (Individual/Team)~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 133 Game-by-Game Statistics~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 134

OUTLOOK

The 2011 Outlook

2010 in Review

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Gameday at Jacksonville State~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 2 Gamecocks Serve Others ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 4 A Championship Tradition ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 6 2003-04 Ohio Valley Conference Champions ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 8 Gamecocks in the Pros ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 10 First-Rate Facilities ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 12 Exposure ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 13 2011 JSU Football Schedule~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 14 Media Policies ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 15 Quick Facts~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 18 All-OVC Team ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 20 JSU Sports Network ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 21 Getting to JSU ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 22

Credits: The 2011 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 Tony Schmidt, with assistance from Colton Brown and Amy Gilmore-Lee. All photographs by JSU Photographer Steve Latham, with additional action shots by Steve Gross and David Lann. A special thank you to Wray Dillard of Wray Graphics in Florence, Alabama, for his design and layout. Printing by Jacksonville State University Print Shop. © 2011 Jacksonville State University Athletic Department. All Rights Reserved. JSU is an EO/AA Employer.

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Game Day at Ja l Jacksonville State ranked No. 7 nationally in attendance in 2010 as the Gamecocks averaged 17,330 fans per game and drew 103,977 fans during the season.

l JSU drew more than 20,000 fans twice last season at Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium.


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l The Gamecocks hosted a NCAA second-round playoff game in 2010. l Since JSU joined the Ohio Valley Conference in 2003, the Gamecocks have posted a 48-15 and is the winningest team in the OVC.


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Jacksonville State athletics continued to dominate on the field of competition as the Gamecocks won numerous Ohio Valley Conference Championships and advanced to NCAA Championships, while also excelling in the classroom, during the 2010-11 year. The Gamecocks won a total of five Ohio Valley Conference Championships and posted their best finish ever in the OVC Commissioner’s Cup at second and was just two points shy of winning the award. The Jax State women’s tennis team won the regular-season and the OVC Tournament, while the men’s golf and softball teams also advanced to the NCAA Regionals after winning conference tournament titles. The rifle team advanced to the NCAA National Championships and finished fourth, while the football team advanced into the second round of the NCAA playoffs as the Gamecocks hosted their first home playoff game in more than 18 years. Jacksonville State had five OVC Player or Most Valuable Player of the Year Awards, one NCAA All-Americans, 61 OVC All-Conference honorees, two teams claimed All-Academic honors, one OVC Scholar-Athlete of the Year and one OVC Coach of the Year.

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Conference Championships (82)

Rifle (6): 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009

Football (11): 1974, 1977, 1978, 1981, 1982, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 2003, 2004

Baseball (13): 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1983, 1988, 1989, 2004*, 2005, 2006*, 2008, 2010*

Men’s Basketball (6): 1975, 1980, 1985, 1989, 1990, 1992

Volleyball (7): 1991, 1992, 2005*, 2006, 2006*, 2007, 2009, 2009*

Men’s Tennis (8): 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 2005*, 2007, 2007, 2009 *

Women’s Tennis (10): 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 2010, 2011, 2011* Men’s Golf (6): 1997, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2011 Women’s Golf (4): 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008

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Women’s Basketball (2): 1991, 1993

Softball (9): 1990, 1996, 2001, 2005, 2008, 2008, 2009*, 2010*, 2011*

RECORDS HISTORY OVC

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Since joining the Ohio Valley Conference in 2003-04, Jacksonville State has solidified itself as the preeminent athletic program in the conference. The Gamecocks have won 46 OVC Championships over the last seven years, which is 12 more than the next OVC school. JSU has seen nine of its 15 programs bring home various titles and combine for 24 trips to the NCAA post-season play.

OPPONENTS

OVC Championships Since 2003-04 Jacksonville State 46 Eastern Illinois 34 Eastern Kentucky 28 Southeast Missouri 19 Murray State 18 Tennessee Tech 14 Austin Peay 13 Morehead State 9 UT Martin 6

ABOUT JSU

1992 1985 1990, 1991 1984, 1985

Jacksonville State is the only school in the nation to lay claim to NCAA 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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National Championships (6) Football: Men’s Basketball: Baseball: Gymnastics:

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BACK-TO-BACK CHA l Jacksonville State claimed the 2003 and 2004 Ohio Valley Conference Football Championships l Jacksonville State has made 13 NCAA Playoff Appearances l Jacksonville State has claimed 17 Conference Championships l Since 1996, the Gamecocks have appeared on television 74 times l Under Jack Crowe, JSU has been ranked 58 times in the Top 25 l The Gamecocks have had a total of 49 players selected All-Americans l Ten different Gamecock football players have participated in post-season allstar games l Former Gamecock Players in the Pros have won the Super Bowl, Grey Cup Championship and Arena Football League Championship


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GAMECOCKS IN THE PROS

Gamecocks in the Pros INTRO

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 1991-1994, 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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Exposure!


2011 Gamecock Football Schedule

*Ohio Valley Conference Game All Times CENTRAL

Sept. 17 vs Georgia State Burgess-Snow Field l 2:30 p.m.

Oct. 15 *at Austin Peay Clarksville, Tenn. l 6 p.m.

Nov. 5 vs *Eastern Kentucky Burgess-Snow Field l 3 p.m.

Sept. 1 vs *UT Martin Burgess-Snow Field l 6 p.m.

Sept. 24 vs *Eastern Illinois Burgess-Snow Field l 6 p.m.

Oct. 22 at Kentucky Lexington, Ky. l TBA

Nov. 12 *at Southeast Missouri State Cape Girardeau, Mo. l 1 p.m.

Sept. 10 at Chattanooga Chattanooga, Tenn. l 5 p.m

Oct. 1 *at Murray State Murray, Ky. l 6 p.m.

Oct. 29 vs *Tennessee Tech (HC) Burgess-Snow Field l 3 p.m.

Nov. 19 *at Tennessee State Nashville, Tenn. l 2 p.m.


2011 Media Information

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ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

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The 2011 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 Associate 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) 453-3377 (cell). 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.

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

Call Opens/Announcements Chris Hatcher, Murray State Watson Brown, Tennessee Tech Bob Spoo, Eastern Illinois Jack Crowe, Jacksonville State Tony Samuel, Southeast Missouri Rick Christophel, Austin Peay Jason Simpson, UT Martin Rod Reed, Tennessee State Dean Hood, Eastern Kentucky

9:55 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:07 a.m. 10:14 a.m. 10:21 a.m. 10:28 a.m. 10:35 a.m. 10:42 a.m. 10:49 a.m. 10:56 a.m

Sports Information Department:

(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 2011 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.

Greg Seitz

Associate AD / Football Contact

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

PRACTICE ATTENDANCE—Practice times for the 2011 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 south side of Burgess-Snow Field on the sixth floor. Please take any of the four elevators to the sixth floor to access the press area, coaches booths, radio booths and television booth. 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 wireless and hard-wired internet throughout the sixth floor of the press area. 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 game day 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.

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Josh Underwood

Assistant SID

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

Tony Schmidt

Assistant SID

(256) 782-5377 (256) 689-8524 (cell) aschmidt@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.


2011 Media Information CREDENTIALS—Press credentials for working media and photographers for Jax State’s home football games against UT Martin, Georgia State, Eastern Illinois, Tennessee Tech and Eastern Kentucky will be handled by Greg Seitz, Sports Information Director.

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#JSUGamecocks

REVIEW

Facebook.com/JSUGamecocks

OPPONENTS

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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assignment will be given sideline passes. 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

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Spouses, dates and minors will not be permitted in the Press Box or the sidelines of Burgess-Snow Field at JSU 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 Burgess-Snow Field. The visitors dressing room is located in the northeast corner of Burgess-Snow Field. 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 Burgess-Snow Field. 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 Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium is available on a limited basis. Media parking is located in the Gamecock Club Lot, which is accessible via Mountain Street. Access is by parking pass only. Please display the hang tag on your mirror. A press credential does not guarantee parking. The Gamecock Club Lot is first-come, firstserved parking lot.

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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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Quick Facts Name of School: City/Zip: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: School Colors: Stadium: Capacity: Surface: Affiliation: Conference: President: Athletic Director: Athletic Dept. Phone: Athletic Ticket Office:

Jacksonville State University Jacksonville, Alabama 36265 1883 9,504 Gamecocks Red and White Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium 24,000 Pro Grass Artificial NCAA Division I-AA Ohio Valley Conference Dr. William A. Meehan Warren Koegel (256) 782-5365 (256) 782-8144

HISTORY

First Year of Football: Bowl/Playoff Record: Years in Postseason: Last Appearance: Result: All-Time Record:

1903 17-12 14 2010 FCS Playoffs Lost, 17-14 481-331-40

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Sports Information Dir. SID Office Phone: Cell Phone: SID Email: Assistant SID: Office Phone: Assistant SID: Office Phone: SID Fax: Press Box Phone: SID Mailing Address: Overnight Address: Web Site:

Greg Seitz (256) 782-5279 (256) 453-3377 gseitz@jsu.edu Josh Underwood (256) 782-5915 Tony Schmidt (256) 782-5377 (256) 782-5958 (256) 782-5585 or 5586 700 Pelham Road North Jacksonville, AL 36265 Gamecock Field House 700 Pelham Rd North Jacksonville, AL 36265 www.JSUGamecockSports.com

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COACHING STAFF

Head Coach: Jack Crowe Alma Mater: UAB (1970) Record at JSU (yrs): 74-48 (10 years) Career record (yrs): 88-78 (12 years) Football Secretary: Joy Brindle Football Office Phone: (256) 782-5365 Best Time to call: Mornings Assistant Coaches (Alma Mater) Position Chris Boone (Southern Miss, 1996) Defensive Coordinator Brandon Cooper (UT Martin, 2006) Corners Ronnie Letson (Ole Miss, 1999) Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Jimmy Ogle (Tennessee, 1999) Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator Adam Ross (Jacksonville State, 2003) Offensive Line Max Thurmond (Jacksonville State, 2002) Receivers/Special Teams Matt Wannebo (Hamline, 1982) Safeties Tommy Joe Whiddon (Jacksonville State, 2009) Tight Ends Davern Williams (Troy, 2002) Defensive Line Athletic Trainer: Jim Skidmore (256) 782-5369 Video Coordinator: Tommy Joe Whiddon (256) 782-5371 Equipment Manager: Matt Wannebo (256) 782-5066

TEAM INFORMATION

2010 Overall Record: 9-3 Conference Finish: 6-2 (Second) Basic Offense: Multiple Basic Defense: 5-2 Letterwinners Returning Offense: 24 Defense: 25 Specialty: 2 TOTAL: 51 Letterwinners Lost Offense: 12 Defense: 7 Specialty: 0 TOTAL: 19 Starters Returning/Lost Offense: 6/5 Defense: 7/4 Specialty: 4/0 TOTAL: 16/10


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RETURNING SPECIALTY STARTERS (Pos/Ht/Wt/Cl) Coty Blanchard (P, 6-0, 180, SO) James Esco (PK, 6-2, 175, JR) Griffin Thomas (PK, 5-11, 170, SO) Brandon Rogers (LS, 6-2, 205, JR)

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RETURNING DEFENSIVE STARTERS (Pos/Ht/Wt/Cl) Monte’ Lewis (DT, 6-3, 251, SR) Jamison Wadley (DE, 6-3, 260, SR) A.J. Davis (CB, 6-0, 183, SR) Jason Horton (SAF, 6-0, 202, SR) Rodney Garrott (BAN, 6-1, 255, SR) Marquis George (DE, 6-4, 242, SR) Keginald Harris (SAF, 6-3, 200, JR)

RETURNING OFFENSIVE STARTERS (Pos/Ht/Wt/Cl) Marques Ivory (QB, 6-1, 224, SR) Odie Rush (OT, 6-3, 292, SR) Tori Mobley (OL, 6-3, 280, JR) Calvin MIddleton (TB, 5-11, 220, JR)

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RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS Yards 514

Avg. 57.1

TD 7

PASSING Marques Ivory Coty Blanchard

G 12 12

Com-Att-Int 181-309-9 27-41-2

Yards 2248 296

Pct. 58.6 65.9

TD 18 8

RECEIVING James Shaw Alan Bonner

G 12 12

Rec 25 17

Yards 316 245

Avg./Gm 26.3 20.4

TD 6 5

TACKLES Jason Horton Rodney Garrott

G 12 12

Tackles 65 61

For Loss 0-0 13-58

Sacks 0-0 2-15

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2011 Gamecock football schedule Last Year

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Sept. 1

*UT Martin

JACKSONVILLE

6 p.m.

W, 30-20

JSU leads 26-6-0

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at Chattanooga

Chattanooga, Tenn.

5 p.m

W, 21-17

UTC leads 24-11

Sept. 17

Georgia State

JACKSONVILLE

2:30 p.m.

W, 34-27

JSU leads 1-0

Sept. 24

*Eastern Illinois

JACKSONVILLE

6 p.m.

W, 28-23

Tied at 4-4-0

Oct. 1

*at Murray State

Murray, Ky.

6 p.m.

W, 40-34

JSU leads 7-1-0

Oct. 9

OPEN

Oct. 15

*at Austin Peay

Clarksville, Tenn.

6 p.m

W, 56-3

JSU Leads 11-6-3

Oct. 22

at Kentucky

Lexington, Ky.

TBA

DNP

First Meeting

Oct. 29

*Tennessee Tech (HC)

JACKSONVILLE

3 p.m.

L, 35-24

JSU leads 9-6-0

Nov. 5

*Eastern Kentucky

JACKSONVILLE

3 p.m.

L, 49-37

Tied at 4-4-0

Nov. 12

*at Southeast Missouri State

Cape Girardeau, Mo.

1 p.m.

W, 29-27

JSU leads 10-5-0

Nov. 19

*at Tennessee State

Nashville, Tenn.

2 p.m.

W, 24-0

JSU leads 5-1

*Ohio Valley Conference Game • All Times CENTRAL

OVC

Time

HISTORY

Site

RECORDS

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REVIEW

Date

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Preseason Football All-OVC TeaM/Predicted Order 2011 Preseason All-OVC Team

OUTLOOK

INTRO

OFFENSE

SPECIAL TEAMS

K – Kienan Cullen, Murray State P – Jordan Berry, Eastern Kentucky RS – Dontrell Johnson, Murray State

Odie Rush

DEFENSE

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

Monte Lewis

REVIEW

Keginald Harris

DL – Monte Lewis, Jacksonville State DL – Emory Attig, Eastern Kentucky DL – Jamison Wadley, Jacksonville State DL – Artavious Dowdell, Eastern Illinois DL – Anthony Brown, Eastern Kentucky LB – Rico Council, Tennessee State LB – Tyson Patrick, Eastern Kentucky LB – Rodney Garrott, Jacksonville State DB – Jeremy Caldwell, Eastern Kentucky DB – Keginald Harris, Jacksonville State DB – Tylor Brock, Southeast Missouri DB – Patrick McClellan, Eastern Kentucky DB – Dontrell Johnson, Murray State DB – Kendal Harper, UT Martin

Preseason Offensive Player of the Year Casey Brockman, Murray State Rodney Garrott

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

QB – Matt Scheible, Southeast Missouri QB – Casey Brockman, Murray State RB – Mike Harris, Murray State RB – Ryan White, Austin Peay RB – Dante’ Thomas, Tennessee State WR – Tim Bedford, Tennessee Tech WR – Orlandus Harris, Eastern Kentucky TE – Kenny Jones, UT Martin C – Tim Schmid, Austin Peay OG – Eric Zink, Eastern Illinois OG – Kadeem Edwards, Tennessee State OG – Scott Schweitzer, Tennessee Tech OT – Evan Conrad, Southeast Missouri OT – Odie Rush, Jacksonville State

Co-Preseason Defensive Player of the Year Monte Lewis, Jacksonville State

Co-Preseason Defensive Player of the Year Rico Council, Tennessee State

Predicted Order of Finish 1. Jacksonville State 2. Murray State 3. Eastern Kentucky 4. Southeast Missouri 5. Tennessee Tech 6. UT Martin 7. Eastern Illinois 8. Tennessee State 9. Austin Peay

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

COACHES ABOUT JSU

The Jacksonville State broadcast team will be led by one of the most The Glencoe, Ala., native holds several school records, including experienced crews in the Ohio Valley Conference. career records in passing yards (7,145), attempts (1,027), completions The “Voice of the Gamecocks” is Mike Parris, who called his first (563), touchdowns (61) and he finished his career with 6,774 yards JSU contest in 1983, enters his 29th year as the lead announcer of of total offense. Jacksonville State sports. He handles all the play-by-play duties of Jacksonville State athletics radio broadcasts.

GAMECOCKS

Ed Lett begins his sixth season of providing color commentary on the Gamecock Football Network. Ed Lett 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.

OUTLOOK

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.

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

INTRO

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.

OPPONENTS REVIEW RECORDS HISTORY OVC

www.JSUGamecockSports.com

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Getting to Jacksonville State DIRECTIONS FROM BIRMINGHAM, ALA., TO JACKSONVILLE

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

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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OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

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

TIGHT ENDS

“We are very fortunate to have quantity and quality at this position. It starts with Marques Ivory, who has played in just about every game since he arrived on campus. Last year, I thought he had a good season, but didn’t finish as strong as he began the season. He has taken on a different approach for his senior season and is going to try to be a more complete player at the position. He will be backed up by Coty Blanchard, who will continually compete at that position. Coty has the talent to make a difference in Marques Ivory any game, as it was obvious last year. He has come back this year more comfortable with our entire offense and able to make more of a contribution. After that, we have two people in Thomas Darrah and Steven Coates – neither of which have played. I thought Thomas (Darrah) had a pretty good spring after coming off shoulder surgery. Steven (Coates) has missed a lot of time with injuries, but both of them are credible and are capable of seeing action this year if the opportunity was there.”

“We have a couple of players with playing time in Justin Howard and Denzel Cheeks. Justin has certainly played enough football to be considered the starter at that position and he is going to be capable of bringing some plays to that position that we may not have had before. He is extremely athletic and still possesses the ability to block the line of scrimmage. He could become a feature player and is as talented of a player that we have ever had at that position. Denzel is still a developing player, but has a very unique skill set with his size and speed to make plays at that position. Behind those two are a couple of transition players that are new to our program. Jerry Slota will be working at the both the fullback spot and tight end and could Justin Howard really help us in this position. Jordan Jackson is a player that is capable of being a combination player like Slota at fullback and tight end. Both of those guys give us some diversity at the position. Rod Byrd will see some time at tight end as well as at fullback. Brandon Rodgers, whose primary role is in the kicking game, will see some playing time here. We have a fifth-year senior in Chris Nesbitt. He has developed himself into a role player who could give us a point of attack player at that position. We have a lot of versatility at this position and a lot of role players.”

RUNNING BACKS

“Running back is a position that is in a state of flux. It seems like we have had a run of really special running backs here. We have gone to more of a rotation style for that position and I would like to develop a feature player at that position. Calvin Middleton is a young man that really brings the most experience and consistency to the position. He can do it all – block, run, and catch. He has been here long enough that he can provide leadership. We have a new player that we have given a lot confidence in with Washaun Calvin Middleton Ealey. Washaun is a proven Southeastern Conference starter and he takes that position likewise. I think he and Calvin give us a starting place for a very good backfield and possibly as good as you could have anywhere. We have some developing players and all would fit into the category as young and talented. DeMarcus James was a much heralded recruit, as was Rashod Byers. They are different kinds of backs – Marcus is the big back and very complete back that can do it all. Rashod is the breakaway player, who may be as fast and quick as anyone on our football team. Still in the mix is Rayce Whiddon, a role player looking for an opportunity this fall to make more of a contribution. Other role players in the backfield include Rod Byrd, a very talented young man that has played a lot of positions and looks to contribute this season. Cole Doolittle is a role player going into his final year. He has primarily become a blocker for us and has seen a lot of action on special teams. I do expect him to make a contribution in the backfield.”

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OFFENSIVE LINE

“This is an area that could undergo the most development or change as we go into the preseason. We have a couple of players who have played good football for us in this group. One is coming back from injury and everything else is going to be new. The two tackles, Odie Rush and Tori Mobley, both played considerable football last year. Matt Jones is coming back from an ACL injury and brings us two years of experience as a previous starter. That is where the offensive line starts – the development Odie Rush of the right guard and the center are going to be paramount. Max Holcombe is a player who redshirted last year and has created some expectations of himself at center. Michael Ellis at right guard brings maturity and playing experience, but it’s a new playing position for him. We will see how the development of those two players leads the way in simulating a starting unit. There is plenty of competition. It is the one area that has to redefine itself. We have had a couple of years that we haven’t been consistent running the football and that starts up front, so we will be targeting that.”


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

DEFENSIVE LINE

James Esco

www.JSUGamecockSports.com

OVC

“We open with a conference football game that creates some urgency. You can’t win (the OVC) if you don’t win early. I’m glad its that way and I think we need that urgency. I think it gives us an August focus that we haven’t had since we are usually opening up against a BCS school. It should make us a better football team at the end, which we weren’t last year. I do like our schedule, and I don’t think there is anyone on our football schedule that we can’t beat. We just have to develop our team past the inexperience and our weaker areas, so we aren’t vulnerable to match ups that can get us in tight games. History has proven that there are a lot of tight games out there. We have to make sure that we don’t have a breaking point on our team in those close situations.”

HISTORY

On the Schedule

RECORDS

“James Esco returns as our kicker with competition from Griffin Thomas. James had an inconsistent year last year, but his training and routine have been so much better that I look for his consistency to emerge. The punting is handled by Coty Blanchard as well as Rod Byrd, who is very capable at that position. I think we have returners and I like our snappers. This should be a year that we finally have a complete kicking game that will give us an advantage in every football game we play.”

REVIEW

“We have a young but extremely talented group. There is one older player in the mix and that is Brannon Byrd. His leadership there will be critical. With him are a lot of sophomores that have had playing time and have the talent to play really good football. We have added along with James Powell, Rashad Smith and Laquintez Reynolds. We have added two transfer talents in Tanner Robertson and Clarence Jackson. Both will look to add to the ability of the linebackers to match up and run to play physical football.”

Kicking game

OPPONENTS

Linebackers

“Cornerbacks is always a catch-up situation. We are just very blessed to have two senior starting corners in A.J. Davis, who is going into his fourth year as a player and third as a starter, and you have Jawaan Booker. Both have played a lot of football and are very savvy football players. We are very fortunate to have that kind of experience and talent at this position. We are working to develop depth for the future and for this season. Francis Duncan is a player that has been emerging along with two freshman signees, who bring some talent. Brandon Bender and Denzel Bynum are both talented enough to play the position and hopefully there will be some rotation there and keep our ability to defend against the pass.”

ABOUT JSU

“The defensive line has become the strongest part of our football team as a unit. It starts with Monte Lewis, who has fully developed into a player that stands alone on our football field in terms of his size and speed and shear determination. He appears to have some football in him after his senior year. Along with him is Jamison Wadley, who probably brings more leadership than any one player we’ve had on defense in several years. Rodney Garrott is the third senior in that group and likewise, his quickMonte Lewis ness and skills standalone. Any of these three would be the best that we have had in their positions. The fourth one in that front four is DiMetrio Tyson, who we thought we were playing out of position by playing him on the inside, but we found out in the spring that he has a real knack for playing by the kind of blocks that he gets at this position. With three seniors and a junior and all of them with multiple years of experience, it’s the best unit on this football team and the best single unit we have had in the years since I have been here.”

Cornerbacks

COACHES

“Safety is a position that we have made the most improvement, partly because we have gotten older and we have added some extremely talented young men. It starts with our senior Jason Horton, who is a dynamic leader on our whole football team. Keginald Harris has a year under his belt and will be a junior this season. Brooks Robinson, who is probably our best special teams football player, and then you add Jason Horton Robert Gray, a very talented young man, and then two other first-year talents with Pierre Warren and Jamaal Johnson. It appears that this position has come along further than where we were this time last year.

GAMECOCKS

“Wide receiver is a position that is emerging as a strong area based on the development of three experienced players and some emerging young talent. Senior James Shaw and juniors Alan Bonner and Kevyn Cooper are three guys that have seen a lot of action and have made big catches to win games. All three of them have made critical winning catches in critical situations for us in the past. All of them are different. Allen and James Shaw James have the pure open-field talent to return kicks and run with the ball. Kevyn has the ability to get open and all three of them should be better this season. I think we will be better at this position because of them. We add to that with Trey Smith, who gives us a big position type receiver that we haven’t had in a long time. Gabriel Chambers will be a first-year player for us and the fall camp will be important for him. Both of these guys are one-of-a-kind in our recruiting because of speed and size and both bring a dimension that should make our receiving corp as good or better than its ever been.”

OUTLOOK

Safeties

INTRO

WIDE RECEIVERS

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2011 Rosters Alphabetical No. Name 42

23

11

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

16

Jordan Allen

Brandon Bender

Coty Blanchard

Alan Bonner

2

Jawaan Booker

72

Blake Burks

85 8

21

45

Mike Bradford, II Rashod Byers

Denzel Bynum

Brannon Byrd

19

Rod Byrd

84

Denzel Cheeks

70

Ricky Clemons

82 77 13

Gabriel Chambers Michael Clark Steven Coates

NO NAME

Pos. RB

CB

QB/P WR DB

WR OL RB

CB LB

TE

WR TE

DL

OL

QB

6

Kevyn Cooper

WR

5

Thomas Darrah

QB

91

Kyle Couhlahan

20

A.J. Davis

41

Cole Doolittle

80

38

Andrew Dean

DL

DB

LS

FB

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

Francis Duncan

CB

25

67

Michael Ellis

OL

27

49

Rodney Garrott

OLB

29

53

Marquis George

DE

7

87 55 18

30

76

28 64 59

Washaun Ealey

James Esco

Dustin Gayton Robert Gray

Daniel Hammett Tristian Hardin

Keginald Harris

Preston Hatcher

37

32 26

24

68

SS

OL DB

OL

DB

Martez House

35

DB

Jason Horton

94

12

LB

NG

Max Holcombe

81

PK

Bryant Hawkins

62 9

RB

Justin Howard

Marques Ivory

Clarence Jackson

Jordan Jackson

DeMarcus James Jamaal Johnson Nick Johnson

Taylor Johnstone

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IK

DL TE

QB LB

TE RB

DB

SAF OL

26

28

30

31

32

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

47

48

49

Trey Smith

Jawaan Booker

Calvin Middleton

POS

HT

WT

DB

5-11

180

WR RB

5-11

QB

6-6

James Shaw

WR

Kevyn Cooper

WR

Rashod Byers

RB

Thomas Darrah

Washaun Ealey

Jason Horton

Coty Blanchard

Marques Ivory

RB

DB

QB/P QB

Steven Coates

QB

Pierre Warren

SAF

Brooks Robinson

Alan Bonner

Rayce Whiddon

DB

WR RB

Robert Gray

DB

A.J. Davis

DB

Jerry Slota

FB

Rod Byrd

Denzel Bynum

Brandon Bender

Nick Johnson

Tiger Williams

Jamaal Johnson

TE

CB

CB

SAF CB

DB

Jordan Simmons

SAF

Jeremy Nicholson

WR

Keginald Harris

Daniel Hammett

Aries Lockhart

DeMarcus James

DB SS

CB RB

Mikel Whittier

OLB

Brenton Tolson

LB

Clarence Jackson

Jordan Jackson

LB

TE

Francis Duncan

CB

Lequintez Reynolds

LB

Jordan Allen

RB

Kyle Pope

LB

Andreas Lewis

Cole Doolittle

Tanner Robertson

Brannon Byrd

LB FB

LB

LB

James Powell

OLB

Rodney Garrott

OLB

Jewon Williams

6-5

ILB

6-0

6-1

5-11 5-8

6-0

6-0

6-1

6-2

6-2

6-1

5-11

5-10

5-11 6-0

6-0

5-11 6-3

5-9

5-11 5-7

6-0

6-0

6-3

5-10 5-9

6-1

5-10 6-3

6-2

6-0

6-3

5-11 6-2

5-11

5-10 5-8

6-3

6-1

6-2

6-1

6-0

6-1

220

220

190

CL

SO SR

SR

SR

212

SR

215

JR

197

JR

170

FR

185

SO

190

FR

195

FR

180

SO

202

224

201

168

195

230

183

160

SR

SR JR

JR

SO SR

SR

FR

220

SO

185

JR

165

FR

175

SO

195

JR

180

200

172

FR JR

SO

165

SO

220

FR

175

212

JR

SO

220

SO

240

FR

191

FR

195

167

JR

JR

225

FR

201

SR

235

FR

210

SO

230

225

243

212

255

SR JR

SR

SO SR

HOMETOWN

Perry, Ga.

Lanett, Ala.

Acworth, Ga.

Odenville, Ala.

Newnan, Ga.

Warner Robins, Ga.

Stillmore, Ga.

Jacksonville, Fla.

Birmingham, Ala.

Leesburg, Ala.

Warner Robins, Ga.

Decatur, Ga.

Opelika, Ala.

Prattville, Ala.

Newnan, Ga.

Niceville, Fla.

Collinsville, Ala.

Tanner, Ala.

Birmingham, Ala.

Bridgeport, Ala.

Golden, Col.

McCalla, Ala.

Fort Payne, Ala.

Lincoln, Ala.

Piedmont, Ala.

Riverdale, Ga.

Town Creek, Ala.

Brewton, Ala.

Piedmont, Ala.

St. Louis, Mo.

Demopolis, Ala.

St. Louis, Mo.

Atlanta, Ga.

Anniston, Ala.

Tallahassee, Fla.

Cartersville, Ga.

Thomasville, Ala.

Troy, Ala.

Jacksonville, Fla.

Roswell, Ga.

Jackson, Miss.

Sylcaulga, Ala.

Lucedale, Miss.

Lawrenceville, Ga.

Birmingham, Ala.

Huntsville, Ala.


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50

51

52

53

54

55

57

58

60

61

63

64

65

67

69

70

72

73

74

77

78

80

81

83

84

87

88

90

92

93

94

95

96

97

98

99

Dustin Gayton

LB

Will Koran

Tarik Milner

Jakari Kinnie

Odie Rush

LB

OL DL

OL

6-4

6-3

6-3

6-3

6-1

6-3

Bryant Hawkins

NG

5-11

Sean Watson

OL

6-2

Adam Wright

DL

Clay Squires

Max Holcombe

Preston Hatcher

Matt Jones

Michael Ellis

Taylor Johnstone

Tori Mobley

Ricky Clemons

Johnny Ubi

Blake Burks

Colt Kennedy

Terrence Pendleton

Thomas Williams

OL C

OL

OL

OL

OL

OL

OL

OL

OL

OL

OL

OL

Tristian Hardin

OL

Caleb Lawrence

DL

Michael Clark

DL

Jordan Smith

OL

Justin Howard

TE

Andrew Dean

Gabriel Chambers

Brandon Rodgers

Denzel Cheeks

Mike Bradford, II

James Esco

Griffin Thomas

Monte Lewis

Kyle Couhlahan

Barry Stafford

Jamison Wadley

Martez House

David Maness

DiMetrio Tyson

Armani Williams

Michael Lewis

Chris Nesbitt

LS

WR LS

TE

WR PK

6-1

6-3

6-2

6-4

6-3

6-2

6-3

6-3

6-5

6-6

6-2

6-6

6-3

6-5

6-6

6-2

6-0

6-5

5-10 6-3

5-10 6-2

6-6

6-1

6-2

PK

5-11

DL

6-4

DE NG DE DL

DL

DE DL

DL TE

6-3

6-0

6-3

6-2

6-3

6-2

6-2

6-4

6-2

235

225

240

FR

SO FR

FR

350

FR

295

SO

290

FR

292

280

271

270

290

305

285

SR

FR

FR

FR

FR JR

SR

312

SO

288

SO

310

FR

280

302

300

329

302

JR

FR

SO FR

FR

291

FR

270

FR

270

SR

295

SO

235

SR

225

157

205

215

FR

FR SR JR

195

SO

170

SO

310

SR

175

251

295

282

260

JR

SR

FR SR

FR

250

SO

277

SO

265

SR

275

237

JR

FR

No. Name

Elsner, Del.

73

Cumming, Ga.

54

Gadsden, Ala.

39

Rainbow City, Ala.

65

Matt Jones

Newnan, Ga.

57

Jakari Kinnie

Powder Springs, Ga.

78

Starkville, Miss.

Guntersville, Ala.

Satsuma, Ala.

Panama City, Fla.

Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Centerpoint, Ala.

Dothan, Ala.

Hoover, Ala.

Ashland, Ala.

Douglasville, Ga.

Columbus, Ga.

Flint, Mich.

Meridianville, Ala.

Hoover, Ala.

Nicholls, Ga.

Athens, Ala.

Chickawsaw, Ala.

Birmingham, Ala.

Smyrna, Ga.

Opelika, Ala.

Birmigham, Ala.

Atlanta, Ga.

98

90

Colt Kennedy Will Koran

Pos. OL OL DL LB

Caleb Lawrence

DL

Michael Lewis

DL

Andreas Lewis

LB

Monte Lewis

DE

95

David Maness

DL

56

Tarik Milner

OL

31 3

69 99 29

Aries Lockhart Calvin Middleton Tori Mobley

Chris Nesbitt

Jeremy Nicholson

74

Terrence Pendleton

47

James Powell

43

Tanner Robertson

83

Brandon Rodgers

44 40 14

Kyle Pope

Lequintez Reynolds

CB RB

OL

TE

WR OL

LB

OLB

LB

LB

Brooks Robinson

DB

Odie Rush

OL

4

James Shaw

WR

22

Jerry Slota

58 52 27 79

51

Brewton, Ala.

1

Opelika, Ala.

92

Snellville, Ga.

36

Chad Sharp

Jordan Simmons

LS

LB

SAF FB

Jordan Smith

OL

Trey Smith

WR

Barry Stafford

NG

Rashad Smith

Centre, Ala.

60

Swainsboro, Ga.

88

Griffin Thomas

96

DiMetrio Tyson

DE

Jamison Wadley

DE

Leesburg, Ga.

Snellville, Ga.

Abbeville, Ala.

Pensacola, Fla.

Atlanta, Ga.

Gadsden, Ala.

Crestview, Fla.

Rainbow City, Ala.

Elba, Ala.

Navarre, Fla.

Ocoee, Fla.

Marietta, Ga.

71

93 15

Clay Squires

LB

Brenton Tolson Johnny Ubi

Pierre Warren

OL PK LB

OL

SAF

61

Sean Watson

34

Mikel Whittier

OLB

50

Chase Williams

LB

17 97

Rayce Whiddon Armani Williams

48

Jewon Williams

25

Tiger Williams

75 63

Thomas Williams Adam Wright

OL

OVC

91

DE

205

Ft. Walton Beach, Fla.

HISTORY

85

SR

Marquis George

6-2

Alphabetical

RECORDS

82

242

LB

Boaz, Ala.

REVIEW

79

SO

SO

OPPONENTS

75

76

210

212

ABOUT JSU

71

6-1

6-0

HOMETOWN

COACHES

68

LB

LB

CL

GAMECOCKS

62

Chad Sharp

WT

OUTLOOK

59

Rashad Smith

HT

INTRO

56

Chase Williams

POS

RB

DL

ILB OL CB

DL

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2011 Spring Depth Chart

Defense

Wide Receiver (X) 4 James Shaw 1 Trey Smith

6-0 6-5

190 220

SR SO

Right Corner 20 A.J. Davis 38 Francis Duncan

6-0 5-11

183 167

SR JR

Left Tackle 58 Odie Rush 73 Colt Kennedy

6-3 6-6

292 300

SR SO

Free Safety 9 Jason Horton 18 Robert Gray

6-0 5-11

202 195

SR SO

Left Guard 65 Matt Jones 64 Preston Hatcher

6-3 6-4

305 290

SR FR

Slash 47 24

James Powell Nick Johnson

6-1 5-11

210 185

SO JR

Center 62 Max Holcombe 60 Clay Squires

6-3 6-1

271 280

FR FR

Will 51 36

Rashad Smith Brenton Tolson

6-1 6-0

210 195

SO JR

Right Guard 67 Michael Ellis 70 Ricky Clemons

6-2 6-5

285 288

SR SO

Defensive End 90 Monte Lewis 53 Marquis George

6-3 6-4

251 242

SR SR

Right Tackle 69 Tori Mobley 56 Tarik Milner

6-3 6-3

280 240

JR FR

Nose 96 92

DiMetrio Tyson Barry Stafford

6-2 6-0

275 295

JR FR

Tight End 81 Justin Howard 84 Denzell Cheeks

6-3 6-6

235 215

SO JR

Dog 93 98

Jamison Wadley Michael Lewis

6-3 6-4

282 237

SR FR

Wide Receiver (Z) 16 Alan Bonner 6 Kevyn Cooper

5-11 6-1

168 197

JR JR

Mike 45 35

Brannon Byrd Clarence Jackson

6-2 6-2

243 220

SR SO

Quarterback 12 Marques Ivory 11 Coty Blanchard

6-1 6-0

235 185

SR SO

Bandit 49 Rodeny Garrott 43 Tanner Robertson

6-1 6-3

255 225

SR JR

A-Back 7 Washaun Ealey 3 Calvin Middleton

5-11 5-11

215 220

JR SR

Jack 28 14

6-3 6-2

200 201

JR JR

B-Back 3 Calvin Middleton 41 Cole Doolittle

5-11 5-10

220 230

SR SR

Left Corner 2 Jawaan Booker 38 Francis Duncan

5-11 5-11

180 167

SR JR

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

Offense

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Keginald Harris Brooks Robinson

Special TEAMs Kicker 87 James Esco 88 Griffin Thomas

6-2 5-11

175 170

JR SO

Punter 11 Coty Blanchard 19 Rod Byrd

6-0 6-0

185 230

SO SR

Long Snapper 83 Brandon Rogers 80 Andrew Dean

6-2 5-10

205 225

SR FR


2011 Geographic Distribution Alabama (50)

Martez House Rashad Smith Rashod Byers Cole Doolittle Armani Williams Rayce Whiddon Michael Lewis Shaw Watson Kyle Couhlahan Jordan Jackson

Colorado (1) Jerry Slota

Golden

Delaware (1) Marquis Geroge

Elsner

Michigan (1)

Ricky Clemons Flint Brannnon Byrd Tanner Robertson Odie Rush

Kansas City St. Louis

ABOUT JSU

Arias Lockhart Mikel Whittier

Lucedale Jackson Starkville

COACHES

Mississippi (4)

Missouri (2)

OPPONENTS

1 1

HISTORY

2

RECORDS

1

REVIEW

4 50 27

OVC

Acworth Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Cartersville Cumming Columbus Decatur Douglasville Lawrenceville Leesburg Marietta Newnan Newnan Newnan Nichollas Perry Powder Springs Riverdale Roswell Stillmore Smyrna Snellville Snellville Swainsboro Warner Robins Warner Robins

Crestview Ft. Walton Beach Jacksonville Jacksonville Navarre Niceville Ocoee Panama City Pensacola Tallahassee

GAMECOCKS

Calvin Middleton Andrew Dean Clarence Jackson Barry Stafford Francis Duncan Dustin Gayton Tori Mobley Steven Coates Taylor Johnstone James Powell James Esco Chris Nesbitt Alan Bonner Thomas Darrah Will Koran Colt Kennedy Trey Smith Tarik Milner Jordan Simmons Jordan Allen Washaun Ealey Michael Clark Mike Bradford, II Griffin Thomas Denzel Cheeks Kevyn Cooper Marques Ivory

Florida (10)

OUTLOOK

Georgia (27)

Abbeville Anniston Ashland Athens Birmingham Birmingham Birmingham Birmingham Birmingham Boaz Brewton Brewton Bridgeport Centerpoint Centre Chickawsaw Collinsville Demopolis Dothan Elba Fort Payne Gadsden Gadsden Guntersville

Hoover Hoover Huntsville Lanett Leesburg Lincoln McCalla Meridianville Odenville Opelika Opelika Opelika Piedmont Piedmont Prattville Riverdale Rainbow City Rainbow City Sylacauga Satsumsa Tuscaloosa Tanner Thomasville Town Creek Troy

INTRO

Monte Lewis Brenton Tolson Michael Ellis Terrence Pendleton A.J. Davis Treston Hardin Jason Horton Jewon Williams Jordan Smith Chase Williams Jeremy Nicholson Justin Howard Denzel Bynum Adam Wright Gabriel Chambers Thomas Williams Robert Gray DeMarcus James Preston Hatcher DiMetrio Tyson Nick Johnson Jakari Kinnie Jamison Wadley Bryant Hawkins

Blake Burks Matt Jones Rodney Garrott Jawaan Booker Coty Blanchard Tiger Williams Brandon Bender Johnny Ubi James Shaw Caleb Lawrence Brandon Rodgers Brooks Robinson Jamaal Johnson Daniel Hammett Pierre Warren Jordan Simmons Chad Sharp David Maness Kyle Pope Clay Squires Max Holcombe Rod Byrd Andreas Lewis Keginald Harris Lequintez Reynolds

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Name

POS HT

WT

Hometown

Previous School

Brandon Bender

5-9

165

CB

McCalla, Ala.

McAdory HS

Blake Burks

6-2

310

OL

Hoover, Ala.

Hoover HS

Rashod Byers

5-8

170

RB

Jacksonville, Fla.

First Coast HS

Denzel Bynum

5-11 160

CB

Bridgeport, Ala.

North Jackson HS

Dustin Gayton

6-3

225

LB

Cumming, Ga.

West Forsyth HS

Jordan Jackson

6-3

240

TE

Tallahassee, Fla.

Florida High HS

DeMarcus James

5-10 220

RB

Demopolis, Ala.

Demopolis HS

Jamaal Johnson

6-0

185

ATH

Piedmont, Ala.

Piedmont HS

Jakari Kinnie

6-1

350

DL

Gadsden, Ala.

Gadsden HS

Caleb Lawrence

6-0

270

DL

Opelika, Ala.

Opelika HS

Andreas Lewis

6-2

191

LB

Thomasville, Ala.

Coffeeville HS

Jerry Slota

6-3

220

ATH

Golden, Col.

DeAnza CC

Thomas Williams

6-5

302

OL

Chickasaw, Ala.

Vigor HS

Adam Wright

6-3

295

DL

Centerpoint, Ala.

Clay-Chalkville HS

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

2011 Jacksonville State Football Signees

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS Jordan

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5-8 • 185 • Senior Runningback Roswell, Ga. • Roswell HS

JSU CAREER

2010: Has been a member of the practice squad for the last three years. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Roswell High School for Tim McFarlin…was a three-year starter…named the Player of the Year after rushing for more 1,100 yards and seven touchdowns to lead Hornets to the Class AAAAA State Championship in 2006...team finished with a 13-1 record…as a junior, helped team win the Region Championship with a 9-3 record.

PERSONAL: Full name is Jordan Michael Allen…son Kenneth Allen…has two brothers, Josh and Zach…his older brother, Josh, played football at Vanderbilt…born on September 17, 1989…majoring in management at JSU.

Brandon

Bender

OPPONENTS REVIEW RECORDS HISTORY OVC

Blanchard

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5-9 • 165 * Freshman Signee Cornerback McCalla, Ala. * McAdory HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for David Powell at McAdory High School…was a first-team All-State selection in 2009 and secondteam All-State in 2010…was a two-time first-team All-District and All-Region selection…finished his four-year career with more than 150 tackles, 15 interceptions and 10 forced fumbles on defense, while accounting for 58 touchdowns on offense…helped the Yellow Jackets post an 11-2 record in 2009 and the Region Championship…team went 11-3 in 2010 and advanced to the state semifinals…was team captain…honor student…also recruited by Southern Illinois, Texas State and Pittsburgh.

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6-0 • 185 • Sophomore Quarterback/Punter Leesburg, Ala. • Cherokee County HS

• 2010 OVC Freshman of the Year • 2010 OVC All-Newcomer Team • OVC Co-Offensive Player of the Week (9/6/10) • OVC Newcomer of the Week (9/6/10) • OVC Newcomer of the Week (9/12/10) • OVC Newcomer of the Week (10/3/10) • 2011 Baseball Freshman All-American (Louisville Slugger) • 2011 OVC All-Newcomer Baseball Team JSU OUTLOOK: Will enter the fall as the No. 1 punter and the No. 2 quarterback behind Marques Ivory…looks to expand on last season’s accomplishments. JSU CAREER

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

Allen

Coty

2010: Played in all 12 games for the Gamecocks as a true freshman, serving as the team’s starting punter and backup quarterback…had a stellar debut season, earning OVC Freshman of the Year honors and OVC All-Newcomer honors…under center, was 27-for-41 passing for 296 yards, eight touchdowns and two interceptions, while rushing 58 times for 380 yards and two touchdowns…averaged 5.0 yards per carry…as the team’s punter, averaged 39.5 yards per kick on 42 punts, 20 of which were pinned inside the 20 yard line…stormed onto the scene in his debut, garnering national recognition for his 30-yard touchdown pass to Kevyn Cooper and two-point conversion to Calvin Middleton in double-overtime to stun Ole Miss…his game-winner was No. 2 on ESPN’s Sportscenter Top 10 Plays and his performance earned he and starting quarterback Marques Ivory OVC Co-Offensive Player of the Week honors and him OVC Newcomer of the Week honors…against the Rebels, threw for 126 yards and two scores on 9-of-13 passing…also carried the ball four times for 16 yards and punted four times for an average of 45.5 yards…posted two touchdowns against Chattanooga, one rushing and one passing, and connected on a 51-yard punt to garner OVC Newcomer of the Week honors…scored a touchdown in his third-straight game with a four-yard run against Georgia State…gained 42 yards on eight carries against EIU but was held without a touchdown for the first time in the season…passed for 68 yards and one touchdown, rushed for 28 yards, and averaged 39.4 yards on seven punts against Murray State to earn his third OVC Newcomer of the Week Award…also had a fake punt run of 27 yards to set up a Jax State TD drive and pinned MSU deep in its own territory to help preserve the win…completed a 4-yard TD pass to Denzel Cheeks versus UT Martin and ran for 42 yards… established a new season-long punt with a 55-yard effort inside the 10 against Tennessee State…tossed his sixth touchdown of the season versus the Tigers and finished with 32 yards on four completions…


Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS 20 touchdowns as a senior…was named to The Birmingham News Super 12, the Anniston Star Dandy Dozen, The Gadsden Times Dirty Dozen and the ABC 33/40 Friday Night Blitz Quarterback of the Year…helped team post a 14-1 record his junior year…played in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic…also lettered in baseball and basketball…was an all-area selection for basketball, where he has scored more than 1,000 points…was a three-time team Most Valuable Player in baseball, and also played in the Lions Club North-South game.

Date

Opponent Comp-Att-Int

9-13-1 2-3-1 0-0-0 1-2-0 3-4-0 1-7-1 4-4-0 4-4-0 3-3-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0

126 14 0 6 68 4 32 25 21 0 0 0

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

30 9 0 6 65 4 18 15 14 0 0 0

4-14 8-7 5-21 8-42 4-28 7-42 3-28 9-82 3- -18 1--1 2-37 4-9

0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 12 11 13 27 27 24 46 4 0 38 4

No.

Opponent

9 13 126 2 1 9 82 1

Date

at Ole Miss at Ole Miss at Ole Miss 2x; Last vs. Austin Peay Chattanooga vs. Austin Peay vs. Austin Peay 2x; Last at Georgia State

9/4/10 9/4/10 9/4/10 10/23/10 9/11/10 10/23/10 10/23/10 9/18/10

BLANCHARD’S CAREER STATS (OFFENSIVE) Att

PASSING G

Att Cmp Int

2010 2010

40

Yds

TD

289

Lg

2

27

Avg/C Avg/G

46

5.0

Yds TD Lg

2

296

8

24.1

Pct Avg/P Avg/G EFF.

65 67.5 11.1

BLANCHARD’S CAREER STATS (PUNTING) PUNTING

2010

G

11

No.

40

Yards

1579

Lg

57

29.6 185.6

Avg

39.5

BLANCHARD’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS (PUNTING)

Punts Punting Avg. Long Punt

No.

7 45.5 57

Opponent

Date

Murray State at Ole Miss at Tennessee Tech

10/2/10 9/4/10 11/20/10

Date

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/4/10

Opponent

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

No.

4 3 2 3 7 6 5 2 4 1 3 2

YDS

182 117 73 123 276 250 191 84 138 20 125 82

AVG. LNG

45.5 39.0 36.5 41.0 39.4 41.7 38.2 42.0 34.5 20.0 41.7 41.0

49 51 51 46 50 53 55 45 40 20 57 42

I-20

1 2 1 2 1 4 2 2 1 0 2 2

TB

OVC

BLANCHARD’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME (PUNTING)

HISTORY

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Cherokee County High School for Tripp Curry…led the Warriors to the Class 4A State Championship and a perfect 15-0 record…was named Alabama Mr. Football by the Alabama’s Sports Writers Association…was named the Class 4A Back of the Year as a senior and was a two-time first-team All-State selection by the Alabama Sports Writers Association…passed for more than 2,900 yards with 35 touchdowns and rushed for 1,160 yards with

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RECORDS

threw two TDs and finished the Austin Peay contest 4-for-4 with 25 yards, his second game of the season with a pair of TD passes…carried the ball a season-high nine times for a season-best 82 yards against APSU, including a season-long rush of 46 yards and punted just twice in the game, pinning both inside the 20…a perfect 3-for-3 for 21 yards passing against Eastern Kentucky, with 14 of the 21 yards coming on a fourth-down pass to extend JSU’s second scoring drive…carried the ball twice for 37 yards, including a run of 38 yards against Tennessee Tech…punted three times vs. TTU for an average of 41.7 yards, which was aided by a season-best 57-yard boot…was a Freshman AllAmerica selection by Louisville Slugger and an OVC All-Newcomer pick for the JSU baseball team in the spring.

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REVIEW

RUSHING G

OPPONENTS

Completions Pass Attempts Pass Yards Pass TD’s Interceptions Rush Attempts Rush Yards Rush TD’s

ABOUT JSU

BLANCHARD’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS (OFFENSIVE)

COACHES

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

RUSHING No.-Yds TD Lg

GAMECOCKS

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/4/10

PASSING Yds TD Lg

OUTLOOK

BLANCHARD’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME (OFFENSIVE)

INTRO

PERSONAL: Full name is Coty Blanchard…son of Fran and Tara Blanchard…has one younger sister, Candace…his father, Fran, played football for Jacksonville State from 1980-83…major is undeclared at JSU.

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS ALAN

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

Bonner

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5-11 • 168 • Junior Wide Receiver Newnan, Ga. • McEachern HS

2009 All-OVC Newcomer Team OVC Special Teams Player of the Week (Sept. 27, 2009) JSU OUTLOOK: A very explosive player that has the ability to score with every touch…has improved on his route running and is expected to have a great year in the return game. JSU CAREER:

2010: Saw action in all 12 games for the Gamecocks as a sophomore, serving as a backup receiver and the team’s primary return man… reeled in 17 catches for 245 yards and five touchdowns, which was second-most on the team…averaged 14.4 yards per catch and 20.4 yards per game…was second in the OVC with 25.9 yards per kickoff return and third with 10.8 yards per punt return…returned 25 kicks for 648 yards and a score, a 92-yard TD against Murray State on Oct. 2…had 28 punt returns for 302 yards with a long of 37 yards against Austin Peay on Oct. 23…had five punt returns and seven kick returns of 20 yards or longer…hauled in a career-best two touchdowns in JSU’s win over Ole Miss, including the touchdown grab to give the Gamecocks a chance to send the game into OT with a 2-pt conversion…snagged JSU’s first touchdown of the overtime session…finished with 56 yards on three catches…finished with 60 all-purpose yards against Chattanooga…tallied 27 yards on a pair of punt returns against Georgia State…returned a kickoff 92 yards against Murray State, ties for the seventh-longest in school history…also had one catch for five yards…returned three punts for 47 yards, including 25-yard versus UT Martin…caught three passes for 46 yards against Austin Peay…tallied 90 yards on six punt returns versus APSU…hauled in his first touchdown since the Ole Miss game with a 14-yard catch in the 3rd quarter of the Eastern Kentucky game…finished with a career-best five catches for 63 yards…only had one catch against Southeast Missouri, but it was a big one - a 17-yard TD catch to win the game…totaled 119 yards on kickoff returns against Tennessee Tech…had four catches for 58 yards and a score, a six-yard pass from Marques Ivory in the fourth quarter, against Wofford in the playoffs. 2009: Stormed onto the scene as a true freshman, appearing in all 11 games for the Gamecocks…an OVC All-Newcomer selection after leading the OVC and ranking ninth nationally in punt return average at 13.9 yards…also reeled in 14 catches for 300 yards and four touchdowns, an average of 27.3 yards per game and 21.4 yards per catch… totaled 375 punt return yards on 27 returns…made his JSU debut against Georgia Tech (9/5), catching two passes for 26 yards, including a seven-yard touchdown…caught two passes for a career-high 69 yards, including a 57-yard touchdown at Alabama A&M (9/19)… returned four punts for 92 yards that included a 64-yard return for a touchdown in the fourth quarter versus AAMU to earn OVC Special

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Team Player of the Week honors…had two receptions for 48 yards and returned three punts for 26 yards at Nicholls State (9/26)…hauled in a 54-yard touchdown pass to give JSU a 21-0 lead in the first quarter at Southeast Missouri State (11/7)…had two receptions for 26 yards with a long of 24 yards against Tennessee Tech (11/14)…hauled in three passes for 47 yards, including a 15-yard touchdown, in the season finale against Eastern Kentucky (11/21), a game in which he also returned two punts for 19 yards and his first kickoff of the year for 15. 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…majoring in math education. BONNER’S CAREER STATS REC

G

Rec

Yds

TD

Lg

2009 2010 TOTALS

10 12 23

14 17 31

300 245 545

4 5 5

57 30 57

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G

1.1 1.4 1.3

21.4 14.4 17.6

27.3 20.4 23.7

BONNER’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

No.

Receptions Receiving Yards Receiving TDs Long Play

5 69 2 57

Opponent

BONNER’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Date

Opponent

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/4/10

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

Opponent

9/5/09 9/12/09 9/19/09 9/26/09 10/3/09 10/10/09 10/24/09 10/31/09 11/7/09 11/14/09 11/21/09

@Georgia Tech @Florida State @Alabama A&M @Nicholls State UT Martin @Murray State Eastern Illinois @Austin Peay @SEMO Tenn. Tech Eastern Kentucky

11/6/10 9/19/09 9/4/10 9/19/09

REC

YDs

LNG

AVG

3 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 5 1 0 4

56 0 0 0 5 0 0 46 63 17 0 58

30 0 0 0 5 0 0 19 24 17 0 24

18.6 0 0 0 5.0 0 0 15.3 12.6 17.0 0.0 14.5

REC

YDs

LNG

AVG

TD

2 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 1 2 3

26 0 69 48 17 13 0 0 54 26 47

19 0 57 27 17 13 0 0 54 24 19

13.0 0.0 34.5 24.0 17.0 13.0 0.0 0.0 54.0 13.0 23.0

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

BONNER’S 2009 GAME-BY-GAME Date

Date

at Eastern Kentucky at Ala. A&M at Ole Miss at Ala. A&M

TD

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


Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS

INTRO OUTLOOK GAMECOCKS COACHES ABOUT JSU OPPONENTS

Blake

JSU CAREER:

2010: Saw limited action on special teams as a freshman. 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at South Gwinnett High School for John Small…was a four-year letterman...played with JSU teammate Griffin Thomas.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Josh Niblett at Hoover High School… was a first-team All-State selection as a senior after leading the Bucs in both pancake blocks and knockdowns…was also a first-team All-Region and All-District lineman…named to The Birmingham News All-Metro team after helping the Bucs to a 14-1 record as a senior…team went 14-1 his junior year and won the Class 6A State Championship…named to the Top 5 in the national underclassmen combine top prospects…won the Fellowship of Christian Athlete Award in 2010 and was the Hoover Athlete of the Year in 2010.

OVC

JSU OUTLOOK: Had a good spring and will play a key role on special teams.

Burks

6-2 • 310 * Freshman Signee Outside Linebacker Hoover, Ala. * Hoover HS

HISTORY

85

6-1 • 195 • Sophomore Wide Receiver Snellville, Ga. • South Gwinnett HS

RECORDS

Bradford

REVIEW

MIKE

PERSONAL: Full name is Michael Bradford, II…son of Michael and Michelle Bradford…born on September 27, 1990…majoring in business management at JSU.

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS Jawaan

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

BoOKer

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5-11 • 180 • Senior Defensive Back Lanett, Ala. • Lanett HS

OVC Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 12, 2009) JSU OUTLOOK: Enters the fall camp No. 1 on the depth chart at corner. JSU CAREER:

2010: Saw action In all 12 games for the Gamecocks as a junior, earning the start in the defensive backfield in four…had 36 tackles, 27 solo, out of the backfield, which was ninth on the team and was third among JSU defensive backs…recorded one sack and two tackles for a loss, while also notching a quarterback hurry…posted four stops against Ole Miss, including three solo tackles…registered a pass break up in the season opener…recorded four stops and broke up a pass against Chattanooga…recovered the fumble on the kick off after JSU took a 21-17 lead late in the 4th quarter against UTC…credited with a trio of tackles against Georgia State…totaled five solo stops against Eastern Illinois, including a tackle for loss…recorded a pass break up against EIU…assisted on a pair of tackles against Murray State… tallied five stops against UT Martin, including his first career sack… registered one stop against Tennessee State…finished the Austin Peay contest with a pair of solo stops…made a pair of stops against Tennessee Tech…in the playoffs against Wofford, had four solo tackles and one of his four pass break-ups on the year.

2009: Appeared in all 11 games for the Gamecocks as a sophomore… was second on the team and in the OVC in fumbles recovered at .27 per game…racked up 26 tackles, 14 solo, out of the defensive backfield, while breaking up three passes…credited with two tackles, one solo, and had a fumble recovery in the season opener against Georgia Tech (9/5)…registered a season and career-high eight tackles, four solo, with two fumble recoveries against Florida State (9/12) to earn OVC Defensive Player of the Week honors…had five tackles, one solo, versus Alabama A&M (9/19)…registered three tackles, one solo, and a pass break up at Murray State (10/10)…had a solo tackle and a pass deflection against Eastern Illinois (10/24)…had two tackles and broke up a pass against Eastern Kentucky (11/21).

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 solos, 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 Eastern Kentucky game (10/11)…had four tackles, two solos, 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

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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).

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. 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 NFL with the Atlanta Falcons…majoring in technology at JSU. BOOKER’S Career Stats Tackles

G

UA

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

11 11 12 34

18 14 28 60

8 26 2.0 12 26 0.0 8 36 2.0-13 28 88 4.0-18

INT

G

No.

Yds

TD

Lg

1 0 0 1

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

2008 11 2009 10 2010 12 TOTAL 34

A

Total

TFL

Yds

PD

FF

FR

5 0 0 5

8 3 4 15

0 0 0 0

0 3 1 4

Avg/R Avg/G

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

BOOKER’S Career High Stats

Tackles Tackles for loss Sacks PBU INT FR

No.

8 1 1 3 1 2

Opponent

Date

vs. Florida State 5x; last vs. UT Martin vs. UT Martin 2x; last vs. Eastern Illinois Chattanooga vs. Florida State

9/12/09 10/9/10 10/9/10 9/25/10 9/20/08 9/12/09

BOOKER’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Date

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/4/10

Opponent

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds Brk

3 2 3 5 0 4 1 2 2 1 0 4

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

4 4 3 5 2 5 1 2 2 2 2 4

0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 1 -8 0 -0 1 -5 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0-0

0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 1 -5 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0-0

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

1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

BOOKER’S 2009 GAME-BY-GAME Date

Opponent

9/5/09 9/12/09 9/19/09 9/26/09 10/3/09 10/10/09 10/24/09 11/14/09 11/21/09

@Georgia Tech (s) @Florida State @Alabama A&M @Nicholls State (s) UT Martin @Murray State (s) Eastern Illinois Tenn. Tech Eastern Kentucky

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds Brk

1 4 1 2 1 1 1 0 1

1 4 4 0 1 2 0 1 1

2 8 5 2 2 3 1 1 2

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

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

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

0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0


Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS

SENIOR

INTRO OUTLOOK GAMECOCKS COACHES ABOUT JSU OPPONENTS REVIEW RECORDS HISTORY OVC

BOOKER’S 2008 GAME-BY-GAME Date

Opponent

9/20/08 9/27/08 10/4/08 10/11/08 10/18/08 10/23/08 11/1/08 11/8/08 11/15/08

@Chattanooga @Eastern Illinois SEMO @Eastern Ky. Murray State @UT-Martin Austin Peay (s) @Tenn. Tech Tenn. State (s)

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds Brk

4 0 2 1 0 1 4 2 1

0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 0

4 1 3 2 0 2 4 3 1

1 - 3 0 - 0 1 - 1 0 - 0 0 -0 1 --1 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0

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

1-0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0

0 0 0 0 2 1 3 0 0

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS BRANNON

Byrd

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

6-2 • 243 • Senior Linebacker Lucedale, Miss.. • George County HS Gulf Coast CC

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OVC Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 24, 2010) JSU OUTLOOK: Spring was cut short by injury…enters the fall battling at the Mike Linebacker position. JSU CAREER:

2010: Appeared in all 12 games for the Gamecocks as a junior, earning the start against Murray State on Oct. 2…was fifth on the team in tackles with 53, 34 of which were solo and five behind the line of scrimmage…notched a pair of quarterback hurries and picked off one pass and registered seven tackles against Austin Peay on Oct. 23 to earn OVC Defensive Player of the Week honors…totaled six tackles against Ole Miss in his first action as a Gamecock...finished with seven tackles against Chattanooga, including a key third-down stop behind the line of scrimmage, one of two tackles for a loss against the Mocs...registered four tackles against Georgia State... earned his first career start against Murray State and finished with five stops and a quarterback hurry...turned in four solo stops and a quarterback hurry against UT Martin...made three stops in the shutout of Tennessee State... finished with three tackles against Eastern Kentucky...turned in seven tackles, including one for a loss, against SEMO...turned in two tackles against Tennessee Tech in the regular-season finale before notching four tackles in the playoff game vs. Wofford. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played at Gulf Coast Community College for Steve Campbell…was a second-team All-State selection after recording 120 tackles and five sacks in 2009… helped the Bulldogs to a 9-3 record

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and the South Division Championship…named team defensive captain in 2009.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at George County High School for Al Jones…was a first-team All-State selection at middle linebacker as a senior…led the team with 193 tackles and had four interceptions…was team captain as a junior and senior…won the district championship for three-straight years. PERSONAL: Full name is Brannon Columbus Byrd…son of Cammie Byrd and Stance and Cammie Byrd…has one younger brother, Braden…born on May 4, 1989…majoring in Business Management at JSU.

SENIOR


Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS BYRD’S CAREER STATS Tackles

G

UA

A

Total

TFL

Yds

PD

FF

FR

2010

12

32

21

53

5.0-9

7

1

0

0

INT

G

No.

Yds

TD

Lg

2010

12

1

7

0

7

No.

7.0

0.6

BYRD’S CAREER STATS Tackles Date

2x; Last vs. Austin Peay Chattanooga - vs. Austin Peay -

10/23/10 9/11/10 - 10/23/10 -

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds Brk

3 1 3 1 1 4 1 3 3 2 0 3

3 6 1 0 4 0 2 4 0 5 2 1

6 7 4 1 5 4 3 7 3 7 2 4

0-0 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 1-2 0.5-1 0-0 0-0

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

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

TFL

Yds

PD

FF

FR

4 3 7

0.0 0.0 0.0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

1 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Tackles Tackles for loss Sacks PBU Punts Average LNG Punt

No.

1 -- -- -- 1 52.0 52

Opponent

Date

3x, last vs. UT Martin -- -- -- 2x last vs. Tenn. Tech vs. UT Martin vs. UT Martin

10/3/09 -- -- -- 11/14/09 10/3/09 10/3/09

BYRD’S 2009 GAME-BY-GAME Date

9/19/09 9/26/09 10/3/09 10/10/09 11/14/09 11/21/09

Opponent

@Alabama A&M @Nicholls State UT Martin @Murray State Tenn. Tech Eastern Kentucky

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds Brk

1 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 0

1 1 1 0 0 0

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

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

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

ABOUT JSU

ROD

BYRD

6-0 • 230 • Senior Running Back Tanner, Ala. • Tanner HS

OPPONENTS REVIEW

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0 0 0 0 0 0

COACHES

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

Total

4 1 5

GAMECOCKS

Opponent

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/4/10

A

0 2 2

BYRD’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

BYRD’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Date

UA

OUTLOOK

7 2 - 1 -

Opponent

G

2008 4 2009 6 TOTAL 10

INTRO

Tackles Tackles for loss PBU INT FR

PERSONAL: Full name is Roderick Cordell Byrd…born Nov. 9, 1988…son of Willie and Mary Byrd…has a sister, Candace…undeclared major at JSU.

Avg/R Avg/G

BYRD’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

posted a 10-3 record his junior season and 10-2 his senior year.

JSU OUTLOOK: Had a good spring and is expected to add depth to the running game.

RECORDS

JSU CAREER:

2010: Did not play as a junior.

HISTORY

2009: Saw action in six of the Gamecocks’ 11 games as a sophomore… recorded three tackles on the year, two of which were solo…registered one tackle at Alabama A&M (9/19) and at Nicholls State (9/26)…registered one tackle and punted one time for 52 yards versus UT Martin (10/3)…punted one time for 42 yards against Tennessee Tech (11/14).

OVC

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). 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 All-County 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

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS Rashod

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

Byers

5-8 • 170 • Freshman Signee Runningback Jacksonville, Fla. • First Coast HS

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a season and career with 203 career catches and amassing over 2,800 yards in four seasons on the prep level…also participated in basketball and track at CCHS…Named Who’s Who Among American High School Students.

PERSONAL: Full name Gabriel Chambers…son of Peter and Carol Chambers…born Oct. 14, 1991…majoring in physical education at JSU.

DENZEL

Cheeks

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Mardy Lee at First Coast High School…finished his senior season with more than 930 rushing yards and 17 touchdowns…had his best game with 103 yards on eight carries with three touchdowns against Ed White…was selected for the Shrine Bowl…was named Florida Times-Union Player of the Week during his senior year…also recruited by Appalachian State, Southern Miss and UMass.

DENZEL

Bynum

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5-11 • 160 • Freshman Signee Cornerback Bridgeport, Ala. • North Jackson HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Shawn Peck at North Jackson High School…was named All-Region as a senior after helping team to a 13-1 record…finished season with 56 tackles, including 37 solo, and seven pass breakups…had three interceptions and returned two for touchdowns…added 241 yards on 10 kickoff returns, including a 89 yard return for a touchdown…owns the school record for most kickoff returns for touchdown with five …finished with a four-year career record of 45-8 and four straight trips to the playoffs…also lettered in track and field, where he was a state champion in 100m as a freshman with a time of 10.94, and was state runner-up both his sophomore and junior years.

GABRIEL

CHAMBERS

5-10 • 157 • Freshman Wide Receiver Centre, Ala. • Cherokee County HS

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2010: Sat out the 2010 season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Cherokee County High School under head coach Tripp Curry…led the Warriors to the Class 4A State Championship and a perfect 15-0 in 2009…teammate of JSU quarterback Coty Blanchard …named Second Team All-State as a sophomore and junior at CCHS and tabbed to the First Team after his senior season…established a new Warrior record for receiving yards in

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6-6 • 215 • Junior Tight End Swainsboro, Ga. • Swainsboro HS

JSU OUTLOOK: Had a good spring and worked hard to improve each day…is expected to add valuable snaps to the team this fall. JSU CAREER:

2010: Saw action in 10 of the Gamecocks’ 12 games as a sophomore, earning the start at tight end at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 6…made the most of his first start, hauling in two catches for 14 yards…on the year, had four catches for 21 yards and two touchdowns…scored his first career touchdown on Oct. 9 at UT Martin on a four-yard pass from Coty Blanchard…caught his second two weeks later, a threeyard pass from Blanchard, against Austin Peay. 2009: Appeared in nine games as a reserve as a true freshman for the Gamecocks.

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. CHEEKS’ CAREER STATS REC

G

Rec

Yds

TD

Lg

2009 2010 TOTALS

9 10 19

0 4 4

0 21 21

0 2 2

0 7 7

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G

0.0 0.4 0.2

CHEEKS’ CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

Receptions Receiving Yards Receiving TDs Long Play

No.

2 14 1 7

Opponent

at Eastern Kentucky at Eastern Kentucky 2x last vs. Austin Peay at Eastern Kentucky

0.0 5.2 5.2

0.0 2.1 1.1

Date

11/6/10 11/6/10 10/23/10 11/6/10


Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS CHEEKS’ 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Date

Opponent

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

REC

DNP 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0

YDs

LNG

AVG

TD

0 0 0 4 0 3 14 0 0 0

0 0 0 4 0 3 7 0 0 0

0.0 0.0 0.0 4.0 0.0 3.0 7.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

RICKY

Clemons

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6-5 • 288 • Sophomore Offensive Lineman Flint, Mich. • Carman Ainsworth

JSU CAREER:

2010: Saw limited action as a redshirt freshman.

STEVEN

2010: Saw limited action as a junior

2008: Did not see action as a freshman. 2007: Sat out the season as 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.

JSU OUTLOOK: Saw limited action in the spring due to injury, but looks to add depth to the quarterback position this fall. JSU CAREER:

2010: Sat out the 2010 season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Southwest Dekalb High School for Buck Godfrey…helped the Panthers to a 10-2 record as a senior and the Region Championship…was 38-for-66 for 352 yards and nine touchdowns and added four rushing touchdowns…had his best game after going 10-for-14 for 151 yards and three touchdowns in a 26-0 win over Tucker.

OVC

2009: Did not see action as a sophomore.

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6-2 • 190 • RS-Freshman Quarterback Decatur, Ga. • Southwest Dekalb HS

HISTORY

JSU CAREER:

Coates

RECORDS

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6-2 • 270 • Senior Defensive Lineman Smyrna, Ga. • Campbell HS

REVIEW

Clark

OPPONENTS

MICHAEL

ABOUT JSU

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…majoring in physical therapy at JSU.

COACHES

HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped for Nate Williams at Carman-Ainsworth High School in Flint, Mich., for Nate Williams…was a first-team All-State 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 strongest lineman award as a junior… also lettered in track and field, competing in the shot put and discus, where he was an All-State selection…won the state championship as a senior in 2008 and was regional champion his junior year.

GAMECOCKS

2009: Sat out the 2009 season as a redshirt.

OUTLOOK

JSU OUTLOOK: Improved his run and pass blocking during the spring…will help add depth to the offensive line.

INTRO

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/4/10

PERSONAL: Full name is Steven Coates…son of Antionette Coates…has two younger brothers, Antonio and Ansel, and one younger sister, Charmarne…major is undeclared at JSU.

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS KEVYN

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

COOPER

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6-1 • 197 • Junior Wide Receiver Warner Robins, Ga. • Northside HS

JSU OUTLOOK: He became a consistent play maker during the spring…enters the fall as a starter…is expected to be a key member of the kicking game. JSU CAREER:

2010: Appeared in all 12 games as a sophomore for the Gamecocks as a wide receiver…hauled in 13 catches for 225 yards and two touchdowns, while averaging 17.3 yards per catch…his first touchdown was the 30-yard snag on fourth down in double-overtime at Ole Miss that set up the Gamecocks’ upset…caught a pair of passes for 48 yards, 30 of those yards coming on JSU’s touchdown in the second overtime at Ole Miss...grabbed two catches for 34 yards against Georgia State... had one catch for two yards at Eastern Illinois...hauled in one catch for 21 yards versus Murray State...finished with 62 yards on a season-best three catches, including a 10-yard TD grab from Thomas Darrah, against Austin Peay...had one grab for 25 yards against Eastern Kentucky...credited with two catches for 20 yards against SEMO. 2009: Saw action in seven of the Gamecocks’ 11 games as a redshirt freshman…caught four passes for 47 yards and one score…had one catch for 18 yards in his JSU debut against Alabama A&M (9/19)… caught his first career touchdown with a five-yard reception against Nicholls State (9/26)…had one catch for nine yards, marking his third straight game with a reception…caught one pass for 15 yards at Southeast Missouri State (11/7). 2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt

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-Disrict 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. PERSONAL: Full name is Kevyn Doniell Cooper…son of LaShan Cooper…born on October 16, 1989…played high school football with JSU teammate and cousin Marques Ivory…major is  exercise science at JSU.

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COOPER’S CAREER STATS Year

G

2009 7 2010 12 TOTAL 19

Rec

TD

Lg

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G

4 47 1 13 225 2 17 272 3

Yds

18 40 40

0.6 11.8 6.7 1.1 17.3 18.8 0.9 16.0 14.3

COOPER’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

Receptions Yards Touchdowns

No.

3 62 1

Opponent

COOPER’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Date

Opponent

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/4/10

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

Opponent

9/19/09 9/26/09 10/3/09 10/10/09 10/31/09 11/7/09

@Alabama A&M @Nicholls State UT Martin @Murray State @Austin Peay @SEMO

10/23/10 10/23/10 10/23/10

REC

YDs

LNG

AVG

TD

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

48 0 34 10 21 0 0 62 25 20 5 0

30 0 20 10 21 0 0 40 25 16 5 0

24.0 0.0 17.0 10.0 21.0 0.0 0.0 20.6 25.0 10.0 5.0 0.0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

COOPER’S 2009 GAME-BY-GAME STATS Date

Date

vs. Austin Peay vs. Austin Peay 3x last vs. Austin Peay

REC

YDs

LNG

AVG

TD

1 1 1 0 0 1

18 5 9 0 0 15

18 5 9 0 0 15

18.0 5.0 9.0 0.0 0.0 15.0

0 1 0 0 0 0


Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS THOMAS

DARRAH

JSU CAREER:

GAMECOCKS

2010: Saw action against Austin Peay as a reserve on Oct. 23… completed his lone three pass attempts of the season, all to Kevyn Cooper, for 62 yards and a touchdown, a 10-yard strike… also found Cooper on a 40-yard pass and a 12-yard pass to set up the score.

OUTLOOK

JSU OUTLOOK: Had a good spring and worked hard to improve at quarterback…will help to add depth and experience to the quarterback position.

INTRO

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6-6 • 212 • Senior Quarterback Newnan, Ga. • Newnan HS

COACHES ABOUT JSU RECORDS HISTORY OVC

HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Robert Herring at Newnan High School…was name the Region Player of the Year in 2007 after passing for more than 2,300 yards and 22 touchdowns as a senior…led the team to a 10-0 regular-season record and a berth to the state playoffs as a senior and was named All-State…was team most valuable player as a junior and senior…threw for 2,870 yards and 23 touchdowns as a junior in 2005, completing 62 percent of his passes to earn AllState honors… rated No. 76 on Max Emfinger’s 2006 Georgia Elite 80 Playmakers..also lettered in basketball and baseball, where he was an All-Region selection as a senior…also helped teams to a pair of Region Championships in both baseball and basketball.

REVIEW

SENIOR

OPPONENTS

PRIOR TO JSU: Spent three seasons as a backup quarterback at the University of Alabama for Nick Saban…sat out as a redshirt in 2007…was a squad player on the team’s 2009 National Championship team…earned the Bear Bryant Scholarship for Most Outstanding Player during the A-Day Spring Game.

PERSONAL: Full name is Thomas Darrah…son of Tommy and Becky Darrah…born on August 5, 1988…has two sisters, Megan and Mackenzie…majoring in sociology/criminal justice at JSU. www.JSUGamecockSports.com

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS A.J.

DAVIS

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

6-0 • 183 • Senior Defensive Back Birmingham, Ala. • Clay-Chalkville HS

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2008 OVC All-Newcomer Team OVC Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 21, 2008) JSU OUTLOOK: Finished the spring as a 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: 2010: Started the final 11 games of the season after missing the opener at Ole Miss due to injury…recorded 34 tackles, 29 solo, out of the backfield for the JSU defense, while recording four pass break-ups…notched three tackles for a loss and one sack…tied for the team lead in tackles with eight, establishing a new career mark, in the Chattanooga game…seven of the eight were solo stops… posted two tackles against Georgia State - a sack and a tackle for loss…both stops combined for eight yards lost…the sack was his first of his career and fist tackle behind the line since the Southeast Missouri game in 2009…tallied five tackles against Eastern Illinois and broke up a trio of passes against EIU…finished with eight tackles against Murray State, including one and a half stops for a loss… turned in three stops against Tennessee State…credited with a pair of stops against Austin Peay…credited with a blocked punt versus Southeast Missouri and three stops in the Gamecocks’ 29-27 win. 2009: Played in 10 of the Gamecocks’ 11 games as a sophomore, earning the starting nod in eight…recorded 23 tackles, 11 solo, while intercepting one pass and returning it 55 yards for a score… also picked up a fumble and defended five passes…made one tackle and recovered a fumble to stop a Georgia Tech (9/5) drive in JSU territory…recorded three tackles, two solo, against Florida State (9/12)…had two tackles and a pass breakup at Nicholls State (9/26)…credited with four tackles, two solo, versus UT Martin (10/3)…recorded two solo tackles against Eastern Illinois (10/24)… intercepted a pass and returned it 55 yards for a touchdown and had three tackles and two pass breakups versus Austin Peay (10/31)… had five tackles, three solo, and a tackles for loss against Southeast Missouri State (11/7)…notched three solo tackles in the season finale against Eastern Kentucky (11/21). 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

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assists against Tennessee State (11/15)…had three tackles, two solos, and had one pass break up at Tennessee Tech (11/8)…credited with six tackles, five solos, 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 solos, 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 career-high 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 solos, and recovered a fumble. 2007: Sat out the season with a redshirt. 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. PERSONAL: Full name is Adrian Jarrell Davis…son of Angela Davis…major is exercise science at JSU. DAVIS’ CAREER STATS Tackles

G

UA

TFL

Yds

PD

FF

FR

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

11 10 10 31

30 42 28 69

11 41 11 23 6 34 29 98

2.5 0.5 3.0 6.0

7 2 4 27

9 5 0 14

0 0 0 0

1 1 1 2

G

No.

Yds

TD

Lg

Avg/R Avg/G

3 1 0 4

3 55 0 58

0 1 0 1

2 55 0 55

1.0 55.0 0.0 14.5

INT

2008 11 2009 9 2010 10 TOTAL 31

A

Total

DAVIS’ CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

No.

Opponent

Tackles Tackles for loss Sacks INT PBU

8 1.5 1 2 3

2x; last vs. Murray State vs. Murray State at Georgia State Chattanooga at Eastern Illinois

0.3 7.9 0.0 1.8

Date

10/2/10 10/2/10 9/18/10 9/20/08 9/25/10


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INTRO OUTLOOK GAMECOCKS COACHES ABOUT JSU

UT

AT

TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds Brk

- 7 2 5 6 1 1 0 1 0 1

- 1 0 0 2 2 1 0 2 0 1

- - 8 - 2 1-4 5 0-0 8 1.5-14 3 0-0 2 0-0 0 0-0 3 0-0 0 0-0 2 0-0

Date

Opponent

9/5/09 9/12/09 9/19/09 9/26/09 10/3/09 10/24/09 10/31/09 11/7/09 11/14/09 11/21/09

@Georgia Tech @Florida State (s) @Alabama A&M (s) @Nicholls State UT Martin (s) Eastern Illinois (s) @Austin Peay (s) @SEMO (s) Tenn. Tech (s) Eastern Kentucky

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

0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

UT

AT

TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds Brk

0 2 0 2 2 2 1 3 0 3

1 1 0 0 2 0 2 2 0 0

1 3 0 2 4 2 3 5 0 3

0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 1 -4 0 -0 0 - 0

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

0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 1 -55 0 -0 0 -0 0-0

0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0

DAVIS’ 2008 GAME-BY-GAME Date

Opponent

8/28/08 9/6/08 9/20/08 9/27/08 10/4/08 10/11/08 10/18/08 10/23/08 11/1/08 11/8/08 11/15/08

@Georgia Tech (s) Alabama A&M (s) @Chattanooga (s) @Eastern Illinois (s) SEMO (s) @Eastern Ky. (s) Murray State (s) @UT-Martin (s) Austin Peay @Tenn. Tech (s) Tenn. State

UT

AT

TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds Brk

3 4 1 0 6 3 6 2 5 2 0

1 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 1 2

4 4 1 2 7 4 6 2 6 3 0

0-0 0-0 0 - 0 0-0 1 - 0 1 - 1 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0

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

0 - 0 0 - 0 2 - 2 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 1 - 1 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0

0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 2 1 0

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DAVIS’ 2009 GAME-BY-GAME

- - 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

HISTORY

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

RECORDS

Opponent

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/4/10

REVIEW

Date

OPPONENTS

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COLE

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JSU OUTLOOK: Had a good spring as a long snapper and looks to give depth to special teams this season. JSU CAREER:

2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Whitewater High School for Amos McCreary…was a three-time All-Region selection as long snapper… was a four-year letterman…team posted a 9-3 record his sophomore season and a berth into the state playoffs.

PERSONAL: Full name is Andrew David Dean…son of David and Debra Dean…born on May 18, 1991…has one sister, Lea, and one brother, Parker…major is undeclared at JSU.

OPPONENTS REVIEW RECORDS

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

JSU OUTLOOK: Had a good spring and is expected to add depth to the running game. JSU CAREER:

2010: Played in 11 games as a junior, keying the Gamecock rushing attack at the fullback spot … Had one carry for eight yards Austin Peay (10/23).

2009: Saw action in all 11 games as a reserve for the Gamecocks as a sophomore…had one carry on the year, a three-yard gain at Nicholls State (9/26). 2008: Saw limited action…had his best game versus Eastern Kentucky, where he blocked a punt that led to a Gamecock touchdown.

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

TRIPP

DODD

6-2 • 227 • Freshman Defensive End Marietta, Ga. • Marietta HS

HISTORY OVC

DOOLITTLE

2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

DEAN

5-11 • 235 • RS Freshman Long Snapper Fayetteville, Ga. • Whitewater HS

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. DOOLITTLE’S CAREER STATS (OFFENSIVE) RUSHING G

Att

Yds

TD

Lg

Avg/C Avg/G

2009 11 2010 11 TOTAL 22

1 1 2

3 8 11

0 0 0

3 8 8

3.0 0.3 8.0 0.09 5.5 0.5

DOOLITTLE’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS (PUNTING) HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Marietta High School for James Richards and Scott Burton…was a four-year letterman for the Blue Devils…was an All-District selection…was selected for the Cobb AllStar Senior Bowl as a senior.

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Rush Attempts Rush Yards Rush TD’s Long Rush Receptions Rec. Yards Rec. TD’s

No.

1 8 -- 8 -- -- --

Opponent

Date

2x; Last vs. Austin Peay vs. Austin Peay -- vs. Austin Peay -- -- --

10/23/10 10/23/10 -- 10/23/10 ----


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INTRO

OUTLOOK

GAMECOCKS COACHES

ABOUT JSU

OPPONENTS

REVIEW

RECORDS

HISTORY

OVC

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS FRANCIS

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

DUNCAN

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5-11 • 167 • Junior Defensive Back Cartersville, Ga. • Cartersville HS

JSU OUTLOOK: Worked extremely hard in the spring and will push Jawaan Booker and A.J. Davis for a starting spot…will add depth to the defensive backfield. JSU CAREER:

2010: Appeared in 11 of the Gamecocks’ 12 games as a sophomore… recorded six solo tackles…credited with a solo tackle in the season opener at Ole Miss...finished with a pair of tackles in the UT Martin contest...made one tackle against Tennessee State…notched a seasonhigh two tackles in the Gamecocks’ playoff game vs. Wofford. 2009: Was used primarily on special teams as a true freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Cartersville High School…was a fouryear letterman…was an All-County selection…finished his senior season with 56 tackles and a pair of interceptions…won the area championship as a sophomore, as the Hurricanes finished 10-2…also lettered in track and basketball. PERSONAL: Full name is Francis Lamon Duncan, Jr…son of Francis Duncan, Sr., and Ernestine Davia…has one younger brother, Brandon and one younger sister, Tia…his father played football at Louisiana Tech…majoring in Accounting at JSU. DUNCAN’S CAREER STATS Year

UA

A

Total

TFL

Yds

PD

FF

FR

2009 4 0 2010 11 5 TOTAL 15 5

G

0 1 1

0 6 6

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

DUNCAN’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

Tackles Tackles for loss Sacks INT PBU

No.

Opponent

Date

2 -- -- -- --

at UT Martin -- -- -- --

10/9/10 -----

DUNCAN’S 2008 GAME-BY-GAME Date

Opponent

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/4/10

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds Brk

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

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0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

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

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

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS Washaun

Ealey

EALEY’S CAREER HIGHS

*28 carries at Kentucky in 2010 *183 rushing yards at No. 7 Ga. Tech in 2009 *Long rush of 58 yards vs. Vanderbilt in 2010 *5 rushing TDs at Kentucky in 2010 *Long TD rush of 44 yards vs. Tenn. Tech in 2009 *2 receptions (2x), last vs. Tenn. in 2010 *31 receiving yards at Miss. St. in 2010 *Long reception of 20 yards (2x), last at Miss. St. in 2010

COACHES ABOUT JSU OPPONENTS REVIEW RECORDS HISTORY OVC

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Emanuel County Institute for Milan Turner…was a Parade Magazine All-American…also a SuperPrep All-America and All-Dixie teams…PrepStar All-America Team…2008 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11, All-Class Player of the Year, Georgia 150, Super Southern 100, Class A Offensive Player of the Year, Class A All-State First Team...2008 Georgia High School All-Star Game participant...2007 Atlanta Journal-Constitution All-Class Player of the Year...2008 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class A Offensive Player of the Year...2008 Georgia Sports Writers Association All-State First Team...2007 Georgia Sports Writers Association Class A All-State First Team... No. 78 on Athlon Consensus 100...2008 WTOC (Savannah, Ga.) Offensive

PERSONAL: Full name is Washaun Kameron Ealey…born on June 1, 1989…majoring in Sociology at JSU.

GAMECOCKS

PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Played two seasons at the University of Georgia for Mark Richt before transferring to Jacksonville State on June 2, 2011…led the Bulldogs in rushing for two years…as a sophomore in 2010, appeared in 12 games and started seven…finished the season with 811 yards and 11 touchdowns on 157 carries…also had eight pass receptions for 85 yards…ranked 10th in the SEC in rushing yards per game at 67.5…named preseason All-SEC first team by Athlon Sports and second team by Lindy’s and Phil Steele… named to watch list for the Maxwell Award…had his best game of the season and was named the CFPA National Running Back of the Week at Kentucky, where he carried a career-high 28 times for 157 yards and a Georgia school-record five rushing touchdowns (which tied Robert Edwards for the school-record for the most TDs scored in a game)…led the Bulldogs with 17 carries for 123 yards, including a career-long 58, with one touchdown against Vanderbilt…had 118 yards and scored tow touchdown on 13 carries versus Georgia Tech… also scored a single rushing touchdown at No. 2 Auburn, versus Florida and vs No. 12 Arkansas…as a true freshman in 2009, earned one of team’s Newcomer of the Year awards for offense after rushing for a team-high 717 yards on 125 carries and three touchdowns… played in nine games and started two…named All-SEC fourth team by Phil Steele…named SEC Freshman of the Week twice…made his Bulldog debut versus No. 4 LSU, carrying eight times for 33 yards… made his first-career start at Vanderbilt and led team in rushing with 71 yards on 13 carries…against No. 1 Florida, carried 17 times for 70 yards and made first-career reception (20 yards)…had a team-best 89 yards and two touchdowns on seven carries against Tennessee Tech… named SEC Freshman of the Week after rushing for 98 yards on 18 carries and a touchdown against No. 25 Auburn…named SEC Freshman of the Week after rushing for 183 yards on 20 carries at No. 7 Georgia Tech.

OUTLOOK

JSU OUTLOOK: Enrolled at Jacksonville State on June 2, 2011… was a standout runningback at the University of Georgia over the last two seasons and is expected to compete for a starting job at the A-Back position at JSU.

INTRO

7

5-11 • 215 • Junior Running Back Stillmore, Ga. • Georgia Emanuel County HS

Player of the Year...Under Armour All-American... No. 35 on ESPN 150...Ranked as fourth best tailback in the country by ESPN.com... Rivals.com #11 RB in the country, #7 prospect in Georgia...Scout.com four star prospect ranked #37 in the South, #10 in Georgia, and #15 RB in the country....set Georgia high school single season record with 58 touchdowns in 2007...finished career with 8,108 rushing yards and a state record 133 touchdowns, 22 more than the previous record... rushed for 2,285 yards and 41 touchdowns on 305 carries and caught 13 passes for 166 yards and five touchdowns in 2008 while leading the Bulldogs in scoring with 290 points...helped guide Emanuel County to a 14-1 record and an appearance in the 2008 class A state finals... helped lead the Bulldogs to their first state title in 2007...rushed for 2,982 yards on 272 carries in 2007 with 58 touchdowns, breaking the state record previously held by Darius Walker

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS ELLIS’ 2009 GAME-BY-GAME

MICHAEL

Date

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

ELLIS

9/5/09 9/12/09 9/19/09 9/26/09 10/3/09 10/10/09 10/24/09 10/31/09 11/7/09 11/14/09 11/21/09

6-2 • 285 • Senior Offensive Lineman Ashland, Ala. • Ashland HS

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JSU OUTLOOK: Was moved to the offensive line from defensive line in the spring and continues to improve each day…ended the spring as a starter. JSU CAREER:

2010: Played in nine games as a junior, earning the starting nod in the first four games season at nose guard…tallied 11 tackles, including a stop for a loss against Georgia State on Sept. 18…posted a seasonbest four tackles versus Eastern Illinois on Sept. 25.

2009: Saw action in the final 10 games as a sophomore for the Gamecocks…after being moved from the offensive to defensive line, recorded 17 tackles, including 3.5 behind the line of scrimmage… was also credited with one pass broken up…did not play in the season opener against Georgia Tech (9/5)…made his JSU debut at Florida State (9/12)…credited with a tackle against Alabama A&M (9/19)… credited with three tackles, one solo, versus Nicholls State (9/26)… recorded five solo tackles, including one tackle for loss in the UT Martin game (10/3)…had four tackles, three solo, and a tackle for loss at Austin Peay (10/31). 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. ELLIS’ CAREER STATS Year

G

UA

A

Total

TFL

Yds

PD

FF

FR

2009 2010 Career

10 9 19

12 6 18

5 5 10

17 11 28

4.0 1.0 5.0

6 3 9

1 0 1

0 0 0

0 0 0

ELLIS’ CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

Tackles Tackles for loss Sacks INT PBU

No.

5 1 0 0 1

Opponent

Date

vs. UT Martin 4x last vs. Tenn. Tech

10/3/09 11/14/09

vs. UT Martin

10/3/09

ELLIS’ 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Date

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/20/10

Opponent

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Tennessee Tech

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds Brk

1 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0

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1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

2 3 1 4 0 0 0 1 0

0-0 0-0 1.-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Opponent

@Georiga Tech @Florida State @Alabama A&M @Nicholls State UT Martin @Murray State Eastern Illinois @Austin Peay @SEMO Tenn. Tech Eastern Kentucky

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds Brk

DNP 0 0 1 5 0 0 3 1 2 0

0 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

0 1 3 5 1 0 4 1 2 0

0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 1 -1 0 -0 0 -0 1 -1 1 -2 1 -2 0 - 0

SENIOR

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

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

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0


Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS Ben

Endress

6-1 • 200 • Freshman Signee Outside Linebacker Ashland, Ala. • Clay County

OVC Special Teams Player of the Week (11/14/10)

JSU CAREER:

2010

11

TD

-

Rush Pass

-

Retn

PAT

2PAT

FG

-

41

-

13

-

FG

G

Att Made Lg

Pct

2010

11

20

68.4

13

45

ESCO’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

FG Attempts FG Made Long Points

No.

3 3 45 11

Total Avg/G

80

7.3

Opponent

Date

2x; Last vs. Tennessee Tech vs. Southeast Missouri at Ole Miss vs. Southeast Missouri

11/20/10 11/13/10 9/4/10 11/13/10

Date

Opponent

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

FGM FGA LNG FG Seq.

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

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

45 45,44 - 46 27 20,27 49 49,44 41 35,41 22 22 27 27 - 27 27 42 34,42,25 37 38,36,3 - 37

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9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 11/20/10

HISTORY

ESCO’S 2010 Field Goal Sequence (Made/Missed)

RECORDS

2010: Served as the team’s placekicker in all 12 games as a sophomore for the Gamecocks…a Second Team All-OVC selection, led the team and was second in the OVC in scoring with 80 points, thanks to a 41-for-43 success rate on extra points and 13 field goals in 20 attempts…was the team’s secondary kickoff specialist and booted 11 kickoffs… was named the OVC Special Teams Player of the Week on Nov.

SCORING G

REVIEW

JSU OUTLOOK: Worked very hard during the Spring and made great improvements with his extra point and field goal accuracy.

ESCO’S JSU CAREER STATS

OPPONENTS

2010 OVC Second Team Specialists

PERSONAL: Full name is James Esco…born May 30, 1990…James is the son of Susan and Jim Esco…an accomplished soccer player who began playing the sport when he was eight years old…major is public relations.

ABOUT JSU

2010 Second Team All-OVC

COACHES

87

6-2 • 175 • Junior Place Kicker Leesburg, Ga. • Lee County HS Florida State

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Lee County High School in 2008… earned all-region honors as a senior…longest career field goal of 57 yards came during his freshman season…made 11-of-12 extra point attempts and kicked a season-best 47-yard field goal as a senior during the 2007 season…began playing football during his sophomore season in high school…named the TAG Sports Radio Impact Player of the Year in 2008…earned all-region and allarea honors as a sophomore, junior and senior…named to the all-region and all-metro teams as a sophomore and a junior…earned varsity letters in football, track and field and soccer during his high school athletic career.

GAMECOCKS

ESCO

AT FLORIDA STATE: Was a walk-on kicker for Bobby Bowden at Florida State and was the starting kicker as a true freshman in 2008…had 48 kickoffs for 2,858 yards, an average of 59.5 yards with two touchbacks… also was a perfect 1-for-1 on point after kicks…sat out the 2009 season as a redshirt.

OUTLOOK

JAMES

PRIOR TO JSU:

INTRO

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Clay County High School for Kris Herron and Danny Horn…was an first-team All-State selection as a senior…was an All-Region selection…led the Panthers to the region championship in 2009 and was the State Runner-up after posting a 13-2 record…team claimed region title and finished with a 13-1 record his junior year, advancing to the state semi-finals…team won the region championship and went 14-1 and was the State Runner-up in 2007…was selected for the North-South All-Star game.

14 after making a trio of field goals in JSU’s win over Southeast Missouri, a game that saw him connect from 34, 42 and 15 yards to turn in a season-best 11 points…drilled a pair of field goals in JSU’s win over Ole Miss…connected on a career-best 45 yard FG in the first half and posted a 44 yard FG in the second half..the 45-yarder was the longest by a Gamecock since Nov. 15, 2008 (Gavin Hallford - 48 yds. vs. Tenn. State)…kicked off twice for 106 yards and averaged 53 yards per kick…nailed two field goals from 20 and 27 yards out - his first attempts from inside the 30 yard line on the season, at Georgia State… turned in two field goals from 35 and 41 yards against Murray State… drilled eight PATs against Austin Peay, the only game in which he did not attempt a field goal.

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS Rodney

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

Garrott

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6-1 • 255 • Senior Outside Linebacker Huntsville, Ala. • Sparkman HS

• 2011 CFPS Linebackers Awards Watch List • OVC Defensive Player of the Week (9/6/10) JSU OUTLOOK: Had a good spring and enters the fall as the No. 1 at his position. JSU CAREER:

2010: Started all 12 games at linebacker for the Gamecocks as a junior…was fourth on the team in tackles with 61, 45 solo, while leading the team and ranking second in the OVC with 13 tackles for a loss…forced six fumbles, twice as many as any other OVC player and enough to rank him second nationally with 0.5 forced fumbles per game…had two sacks, five quarterback hurries and one fumble recovery…in the season opener at Ole Miss, played every snap and tied for the team lead with 13 tackles to earn OVC Defensive Player of the Week honors… recorded 2.5 tackles for loss for 13 yards in the season opener and eight if his 13 stops were solo…forced a Rebel fumble that led to JSU’s first points of the game on Jamison Wadley’s rumble return…finished with three tackles against Chattanooga along with a pass break-up…made three tackles against Georgia State along with a tackle for loss…credited with five tackles against Eastern Illinois, while carding a tackle for loss along with three quarterback hurries… turned in five tackles, two for a loss and forced a fumble against Murray State…registered three tackles in broke up a pass versus UT Martin…notched six tackles against Tennessee State, two for a loss and one sack…wreaked havoc on the Austin Peay offense as he finished with just five tackles, but posted 1.5 stops for a loss and a sack… forced a fumble and a quarterback hurry versus APSU…turned in six tackles, including 1.5 for three yards against Eastern Kentucky…finished with six tackles and a pair of forced fumbles against Tennessee Tech, while also recovering a fumble and breaking up a pass…forced a fumble and tallied five tackles, four solo in JSU playoff game vs. Wofford.

2009: Played in all 11 games for the Gamecocks as a sophomore, earning his first career start at Florida State (9/12/10)…recorded 14 tackles, 10 solo, on the year, including 7.0 for a loss…his tackles for a loss combined for a team-high 32 yards…was credited with four sacks and one QB hurry, while also forcing and recovering a fumble…made his JSU debut, recording one assisted tackle against Georgia Tech (9/5)… registered one sack and recovered a fumble on the opening second half kickoff against Alabama A&M (9/19)…had two tackles at Nicholls State (9/26)…posted a sack for loss of six yards against Eastern Illinois (10/24)…had two tackles for loss against Austin Peay (10/31)…credited with two solo tackles against Southeast Missouri State (11/7)…in the season finale against Eastern Kentucky (11/21), had four tackles, including three for a loss and one sack, and a forced fumble. 2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

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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. 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. GARROTT’S CAREER STATS Tackles

G

UA

A

2009 2010 TOTAL

11 12 23

11 39 49

3 22 26

Total

TFL

Sacks

G

UA

A

Total

Yds

2009 2010 TOTAL

11 12 23

4 2 6

0 0 0

4.0 2 6

24 15 39

14 7.0 61 13.5-59 75 20.5-91

Yds

PD

FF

FR

32 15 47

0 3 3

1 6 7

1 1 2

GARROTT’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

No.

Opponent

Tackles Tackles for loss Sacks FR

13 3 2 1

at Ole Miss vs. Eastern Kentucky vs. Eastern Kentucky 2x last at Ole Miss

Date

9/4/10 11/21/09 11/21/09 9//4/10

GARROTT’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Date

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/4/10

Opponent

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds PBU

8 1 3 3 3 1 4 1 4 0 2 4

5 2 0 2 2 2 2 4 2 1 4 1

13 2.5 -13 3 0-0 3 1-2 5 0.5-1 5 2.0-12 3 0-0 6 2.0-7 5 1.5-8 6 1.5-3 1 0-0 6 1.0-4 5 1.0-5

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0.5-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

GARROTT’S 2009 GAME-BY-GAME Date

9/5/09 9/12/09 9/19/09 9/26/09 10/3/09 10/10/09 10/24/09 10/32/09 11/3/09 11/14/09 11/21/09

Opponent

@Georiga Tech (s) @Florida State (s) @Alabama A&M @Nicholls State UT Martin @Murray State Eastern Illinois @Austin Peay @SEMO Tenn. Tech Eastern Kentucky

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds PBU

0 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 2 0 3

1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

1 0 1 2 0 0 1 2 2 0 4

0 -0 0 -0 1 -8 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 1 -6 2 -4 0 -0 0 -0 3 - 14

0 -0 0 -0 1 -8 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 1 -6 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 2 - 10

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS

SENIOR

INTRO

OUTLOOK

GAMECOCKS COACHES

ABOUT JSU

OPPONENTS

REVIEW

RECORDS

HISTORY

OVC

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS Dustin

COACHES ABOUT JSU OPPONENTS REVIEW RECORDS HISTORY OVC

6-3 • 225, • Freshman Signee Linebacker Cumming, Ga. • West Forsyth HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Wes Hepler at West Forsyth High School…was a first-team All-Region selection for three straight years…played in the Rotary Bowl All-Star game…also recruited by Appalachian State, Wofford, Georgia State and Georgia Southern.

Marquis

George

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

Gayton

6-4 • 242 • Senior Defensive End Elsner, Del. • Deleastle Technical HS

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Dodge City (Kan.) CC

- 2010 OVC All-Newcomer Team JSU OUTLOOK: Was very impressive during the spring and worked hard to improve his game…is expected to battle for a starting job this fall…will certainly see a lot of playing time this season. JSU CAREER:

2010: Saw action in all 12 games for the Gamecocks as a junior, starting at defensive end in three of them…was named to the OVC’s AllNewcomer Team after notching 33 tackles, 18 of which were solo, one sack and six tackles for a loss…also recorded one quarterback hurry and broke up a pass…earned his first career start in the home opener vs. Chattanooga…in his JSU debut, pulled in five tackles, two for a loss, in the win at Ole Miss…had five tackles twice more, at Eastern Illinois on Sept. 25 and vs. Tennessee State on Oct. 16…had four stops vs. Austin Peay on Oct. 23…recorded his only sack at UT Martin on Oct. 9, a tackle that pinned the Skyhawks 11 yards behind the line of scrimmage. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played two seasons at Dodge City Community College in Kansas…as a sophomore in 2009, racked up 48 tackles, 27 solo, including 6.5 sacks and 5.0 more behind the line of scrimmage…his sacks combined for a loss of 46 yards by opposing quarterbacks…as a freshman in 2008, was credited with 54 tackles, an average of 7.7 per game…played with former JSU linebacker Kevin Dix at DCCC.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Deleastle Technical High for Mike Pietlock and Paul Lasorssa…was named team MVP as a junior and senior…earned second-team All-State honors in 2008 as a senior after finishing with 73 tackles and eight sacks…was a two-time first-team All-Conference player in 2007 and 2008…selected to play in the Delaware Blue-Gold All-Star game in 2008…also lettered in basketball, where he averaged 12 points and 10 rebounds per game.

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS PERSONAL: Full name is Marquis George…son of Andrew and Sherry Donald…born on March 5, 1990…majoring in Education at JSU. GEORGE’S CAREER STATS

2009: Sat out the 2009 season as a redshirt.

Tackles

G

UA

A

Total

TFL

Yds

PD

FF

FR

2010

12

18

15

33

6.0-19

0

2

0

0

GEORGE’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS Opponent

5 2.0 1 - 2

3x last vs. Tennessee State at Ole Miss at UT Martin -- at UT Martin

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.

Date

10/16/10 9/4/10 10/9/10 -10/9/10

GRAY’S CAREER STATS

GEORGE’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME 3 1 1 2 2 1 4 2 0 0 0 2

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

3 2 2 5 3 2 5 4 1 0 2 2

2-3 0-0 1-1 1-2 0-0 1-11 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-11 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

Robert

A

Total

TFL

Yds

PD

FF

FR

24

7

31

0.5-1

39

5

0

1

INT

G

No.

Yds

TD

Lg

Avg/R

Avg/G

2010

10

2

39

0

20

19.5

3.5

GRAY’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

No.

Opponent

Tackles Tackles for loss Sacks INT PBU

10 1 -- 1 1

at Southeast Missouri State at Georgia State -- 3x Last at Eastern Illinois 3x Last vs. Tennessee State

Date

10/10/09 9/18/10 -- 9/25/10 10/16/10

GRAY’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Date

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/14/10

Opponent

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds PBU

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

0 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 4 0

0 0 3 2 1 5 4 6 3 0 6 1

0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0-0 1-19 0-0 1-20 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

HISTORY

JSU CAREER:

0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

RECORDS

JSU OUTLOOK: A very athletic player that has great upside…had a very good spring and is expected to battle for a starting position this fall.

UA

11

REVIEW

18

G

2010

OPPONENTS

Gray

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

Tackles

ABOUT JSU

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds PBU

COACHES

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 010/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12//4/10

Opponent

GAMECOCKS

Date

OUTLOOK

No.

Tackles Tackles for loss Sacks INT PBU

INTRO

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 TimesJournal Offensive Player of the Year…named to the WAFF television Elite 11 Team.

OVC

2010: Saw action in 11 of the Gamecocks’ 12 games as a redshirt freshman, starting three in the team’s defensive backfield…totaled 31 tackles, 26 solo and one for a loss…was second on the team with two interceptions and added three pass break-ups…saw his first action as a Gamecock in the win over Ole Miss...had an interception return return for 19 yards against Chattanooga and broke up a UTC pass attempt...made three stops against Georgia State, including his first career stop behind the line of scrimmage...snagged his second interception of the year against Eastern Illinois, setting up JSU for a scoring opportunity with a 20-yard return... made a solo stop against Murray State...turned in a season-best five solo tackles against UT Martin...finished with four tackles against Tennessee State, along with a pass break-up...posted six tackles versus Austin Peay...finished with three tackles and a QB hurry at EKU...finished with six tackles and recovered a fumble at Tennessee Tech. www.JSUGamecockSports.com

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS Daniel

KeGinald

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REVIEW RECORDS HISTORY OVC

5-9 • 165 • Sophomore Safety Piedmont, Ala. • Piedmont HS

JSU OUTLOOK: Local product that looks to add depth in the defensive secondary. JSU CAREER:

2010: Did not see action as a freshman. 2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Piedmont High School for Steve Smith…was a four-year letterman…was named to the Alabama Sports Writers Association All-State First-Team as a linebacker…was a finalist for the ASWA Class 3A Lineman of the Year…helped the Bulldogs post back-to-back 10-3 seasons and appearances in the Class 3A state quarterfinals as a junior and senior.

PERSONAL: Full name is John Daniel Hammett…son of Dr. Johnny Hammett and Karen Kisor…born on July 3, 1990…his father, Dr. Hammett, was a four-year letterman for the Gamecocks from 1975-78, and is currently the Dean of Education and Professional Studies at Jax State…has one younger brother, Adam, and one older sister, Pamela…major is undeclared at JSU.

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

Hammett

Tristian

Hardin

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6-6 • 291 • Freshman Offensive Lineman Birmingham, Ala. • Erwin HS

JSU OUTLOOK: Has the size and physical ability to play as a freshman…will compete for a starting job this fall. JSU CAREER:

2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Erwin High School for Willie Miller… considered one of the top offensive lineman in Alabama…was a fouryear letterman…was named All-State by the Alabama Sports Writers Association…helped the Eagles to a 6-4 record his senior year. PERSONAL: Full name is Tristan Ryan Hardin…son of Leisa Hardin-Amos…born on July 17, 1992…has one younger sister, Kyndall…major is exercise science at JSU.

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6-3 • 200 • Junior Defensive Back Town Creek, Ala. • Hazlewood HS

• 2011 CFPA Defensive Awards Watch List • 2010 First Team All-OVC JSU OUTLOOK: Had an excellent spring and enters the fall as a starter…one of team’s top play makers on on the defensive side of the ball JSU CAREER:

2010: Appeared in all 12 games for the Gamecocks as a sophomore, starting the first 11at safety…earning First Team All-OVC honors, was sixth on the team in tackles with 49 and led the Gamecocks with five interceptions…his interception total was good enough to rank second in the OVC and 32nd in the nation…35 of his tackles were solo stops, while two of them were behind the line of scrimmage…opened the season with 10 tackles in JSU’s double-overtime win at Ole Miss… finished the win over the Rebels with eight solo stops and a tackle for loss...intercepted a Jeremiah Masoli pass and returned it 24 yards in the third quarter to spark JSU’s comeback...posted his second interception of the season against Georgia State along with a pair of pass break-ups and four tackles...set up a JSU touchdown with a 24-yard interception return against Eastern Illinois...finished with four tackles in the win over EIU...finished with seven tackles, including one behind the line of scrimmage, and a pass break-up against Murray State...picked off a UT Martin pass for 45 yards to set up JSU’s final TD of the opening half... finished with four tackles and broke up a Skyhawk pass...turned in his OVC-leading fifth interception of the season against Tennessee State, while also recording three solo stops in the shutout...made four stops, including a tackle for a loss against Southeast Missouri...registered six tackles at Tennessee Tech. 2009: Appeared in 10 of the Gamecocks’ 11 games as a redshirt freshman, earning his first career start at Southeast Missouri (11/3)… notched 25 tackles, 15 solo, while intercepting a pass, breaking up one and forcing a fumble…credited with a solo tackle in his JSU debut against Georgia Tech (9/5)…recorded two tackles at Florida State (9/12)…had a solo tackle against UT Martin (10/3)…had three tackles, one solo, against Murray State (10/10)…recorded first career interception versus EIU…recorded a season-high 10 tackles, five solo, and forced a fumble in his first career start against Southeast Missouri State (11/3)…had six solo tackles against Tennessee Tech (11/14). 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.


Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS PERSONAL: 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. HARRIS’ CAREER STATS

HARRIS’ CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

G

UA

A

Total

TFL

Yds

PD

FF

FR

2009 2010 TOTAL

10 12 22

15 33 47

10 49 27

25 49 74

0.5 1.5-2 2.0-4

2 97 99

2 10 12

1 0 1

0 0 0

INT

G

No.

Yds

TD

Lg

Avg/R

Avg/G

2009 2010 TOTAL

10 12 22

1 5 7

1 97 98

0 0 0

1 45 45

1.0 19.4 16.3

0.1 8.1 4.5

No.

Opponent

Tackles Tackles for loss Sacks INT PBU

10 1.5 -- 1 2

2x last at Ole Miss vs. Murray State -- 6x last at Tennessee State at Georgia State

Date

9/4/10 10/2/10 -- 10/16/10 9/18/10

INTRO

Year

OUTLOOK

HARRIS’ 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Opponent

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds PBU

7 1 4 3 3 4 3 0 1 1 4 0

3 1 0 1 4 0 0 1 2 3 2 0

10 2 4 4 7 4 3 1 3 4 6 0

0.5-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1.0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0.5-0 0-0 0-0

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

1-24 0-0 1-0 1-24 0-0 1-45 1-4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

ABOUT JSU

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

COACHES

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12//4/10

GAMECOCKS

Date

HARRIS’ 2009 GAME-BY-GAME Date

Opponent

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds PBU

0 1 0 0 2 0 0 5 0 0

1 2 1 1 3 0 0 10 6 1

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

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

0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 1 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 - 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

RECORDS

1 1 1 1 1 0 0 5 6 1

REVIEW

@Georgia Tech @Florida State @Nicholls State UT Martin @Murray State Eastern Illinois @Austin Peay @SEMO (s) Tenn. Tech (s) Eastern Kentucky

OPPONENTS

9/5/09 9/12/09 9/26/09 10/3/09 10/10/09 10/24/09 10/31/09 11/7/09 11/14/09 11/21/09

HISTORY OVC

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS Preston

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OPPONENTS REVIEW RECORDS HISTORY OVC

6-4 • 290 • Freshman Offensive Lineman Dothan, Ala. • Northview HS

Holcombe

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6-3 • 271 • Freshman Center Tuscaloosa, Ala. • Hillcrest HS

JSU OUTLOOK: Showed he has the ability to be a productive player during the spring…will compete for a starting position this fall.

JSU OUTLOOK: Has the toughness and work ethic to be a solid player…will compete for a starting job this fall.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Northview High School for Wayne White…was a three-year starter for the Cougars…was named the team’s offensive lineman of the year in 2008 and 2009…was team captain in 2009…had his best game of the year against Wetumpka… was an honor student.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Hillcrest High School for Johnny Wright…was team captain as a senior after helping team to a 7-4 record…was a three-year letterman, posting a career 21-9 record… was named to the Tuscaloosa News All-Star team…an honor student… named Who’s Who Among American High School Students… Ambassador for school…member of the BETA club.

2010: Sat out the 2010 season as a redshirt.

PERSONAL: Full name is Preston Robert Hatcher…son of Stan and Laura Hatcher…has a sister, Laura Beth…born on March 5, 1992…major is undeclared at JSU.

2010: Sat out the 2010 as a redshirt freshman.

PERSONAL: Full name is Maxwell Cooper Holcombe…son of Danny and Kendra Holcombe…born on December 10, 1991…major is exercise science at JSU.

Jason

Horton

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

Hatcher

Max

Bryant

Hawkins

5-11 • 295 • Sophomore Noseguard Guntersville, Ala. • Guntersville HS

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JSU OUTLOOK: Had a good spring and caught the coaches eye…is expected to see playing time this seaosn. JSU CAREER: Played in three games as a true freshman, including action in the season opener at Ole Miss On Sept. 4…also saw action against Chattanooga on Sept. 11 and Southeast Missouri on Nov. 13.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Phil Isom at Guntersville High School…helped the Wildcats post an 8-3 record in 2008 and advance to the first round of the state playoffs after finishing the regular season ranked No. 10…team went 9-4 in 2007 and was ranked as high as No. 1 during the season…finished second in the region after averaging 32 points and allowing just 12 points per game…lost in the third round of the state playoffs, 41-38 to Brooks…team won the 2006 Class 4A State Championship after posting a 14-1 record after beating Thomasville 28-27 in the finals…team set a school record by scoring 540 points during the season. PERSONAL: Full name is Bryant Hawkins…son of Willie and Priscilla Hawkins…born on December 17, 1990…has one younger brother, Brandan…major is undeclared at JSU.

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6-0 • 202 • Senior Defensive Back Birmingham, Ala. • Huffman HS

JSU OUTLOOK: Enters the fall as the starter at safety…the team’s leading returning tackler from the secondary. JSU CAREER:

2010: Appeared in all 12 games for the Gamecocks as a junior, starting all but one in the defensive backfield…was third on the team in tackles and first amongst JSU’s defensive backs with 65 stops, 42 solo… broke up three passes…was named the OVC’s Defensive Player of the Week on Nov. 14 after recording 11 tackles, one behind the line of scrimmage, JSU’s win over SEMO in a battle of Top 10 teams…tied for the team lead in tackles at Ole Miss with a career-high 13…carded four tackles and one of six JSU pass break ups against Chattanooga… added two tackles against Georgia State, while also being credited with four tackles along with a pass break-up…turned in five tackles against Murray State…posted five tackles against UT Martin along with a pass break up…credited with three tackles against Tennessee State… turned in a team-best 10 tackles against Tennessee Tech. 2009: Appeared in all 11 games for the Gamecocks as a sophomore… notched 15 tackles as a reserve, with one coming behind the line of scrimmage…broke up one pass and recovered a pair of fumbles… notched two solo tackles and recovered a fumble in the season opener at Georgia Tech (9/5)…had three tackles, two solo, and recovered a fumble at Nicholls State (9/26)…posted three tackles, two solo, and a


Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS tackle for loss against UT Martin (10/3)…had two tackles and a pass breakup at Murray State (10/10)…had two tackles against Eastern Kentucky (11/21) in the season finale.

SENIOR

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).

INTRO

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 SecondTeam All-State and First-Team All-Region and All-District his senior year…named Second-Team All-District as a junior.

OUTLOOK

HORTON’S CAREER STATS A

Total

Yds

PD

FF

FR

9 11 12 32

4 9 28 48

1 6 8 37

5 15 36 85

0.0 1.0 0.0-0 1.0-1

TFL

0 1 0 1

0 1 5 4

0 0 0 0

0 2 0 2

INT

G

No.

Yds

TD

Lg

Avg/R

Avg/G

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

9 11 10 31

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

ABOUT JSU

UA

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

No.

13 1 1 1

Opponent

Date

at Ole Miss vs. UT Matin at Nicholls St. 3x Last vs. UT Martin

9/4/10 10/3/09 9/26/09 10/9/10

REVIEW

Tackles Tackles for loss FR PBU

OPPONENTS

HORTON’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

COACHES

TACKLES G

GAMECOCKS

PERSONAL: Full name is Jason Horton…son of Gregory and JoAnn Horton…born July 11, 1989…has majoring in pre-business.

HORTON’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Date

Opponent

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds PBU

8 1 0 1 4 2 1 0 0 8 6 0

13 4 2 4 5 5 3 2 0 11 10 3

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

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

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

0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

OVC

5 3 2 3 1 3 2 2 0 3 4 3

HISTORY

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

RECORDS

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/4/10

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS Marques

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

IVORY

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6-1 • 224 • Senior Quarterback Warner Robins, Ga. • Northside HS

• 2011 CFPA Quarterback Awards Watch List

• OVC Co-Offensive Player of the Week (9/6/10) JSU OUTLOOK: Had a solid spring and improved both as a passer and a runner and enters the fall as the returning starting quarterback… coaches have high expectations from this senior leader. JSU CAREER:

2010: Started all 12 games as the Gamecocks’ quarterback as a junior…was third in the OVC in total offense with 196.6 yards per game, passing with 187.3 ypg, and passing efficiency with 133.1… completed 181 of his 309 passes for a league-best 18 touchdowns… threw for 2,248 yards, sixth-most in JSU history, and ranked 30th nationally in that category…ranked in the top 10 in JSU’s singleseason record books in several categories: attempts (309-9th), completions (181-8th), passing TDs (18-7th), completion pct (58.6-6th), efficiency (133.1-7th), yds/game (187.3-7th)…also ran 59 times for 118 yards and two touchdowns…threw for a school-record 444 yards at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 6, a game that also saw him break school records with 30 completions and 49 passing attempts…his three touchdown passes in the EKU game were the sixth-most in a game in school history…the 444 yards was one of just three times all season an OVC player threw for 400 yards in a game…earned the starting nod in JSU’s win over Ole Miss and orchestrated the Gamecocks’ game-tying touchdown drive at the end of regulation…tossed two touchdowns to Alan Bonner in the final moments of regulation and in the first overtime period against the Rebels…tied the contest with a two-point conversion pass to La’Ray Williams…finished 13-of-23 for 126 yards in the air against Ole Miss to share Co-OVC Offensive Player of the Week honors with fellow QB Coty Blanchard…finished the Chattanooga game 18-for-33 for 226 yards, including the game-winning 72-yard touchdown strike to James Shaw with just over two minutes to play…in his return to the Georgia Dome to face Georgia State, he threw for 283 yards and a score on 24 completions and scored the game-winning TD in overtime on a two-yard plunge, his first career rushing touchdown…against Eastern Illinois, threw for 122 yards and two scores…against UT Martin, completed just seven passes but threw for 161 yards and two touchdowns, his sixth-straight game with over 100 yards passing…recorded a pair of TD passes against Austin Peay, a game that saw him complete his first 10 passes in a 10-for-12 game…ended the Peay contest with 145 passing yards while rushing for 41 yards on six carries…orchestrated JSU’s gamewinning drive against SEMO that concluded with a 17-yard TD strike to Alan Bonner with less than a minute to play….finished the game vs. the Redhawks with 222 yards passing on 18 completions… finished the Tennessee Tech contest 17-of-35 for 191 yards and a pair of TDs…in the playoffs vs. Wofford, completed 15 of his 30 passes for 170 yards and a touchdown, while also throwing two interceptions.

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2009: Saw action in nine of the Gamecocks’ 11 games as a sophomore, mostly as the team’s backup quarterback…threw for 315 yards and four touchdowns, while just throwing one interception…completed 39 of his 60 pass attempts on the year and ran for 50 yards on 24 carries… made his first collegiate start in the season opener against Georgia Tech (9/5)…completed 23-of-38 passes for 193 yards and two touchdowns passes versus GT, all career highs…completed 2-of-4 passes for 32 yards and tossed a five-yard touchdown pass to Kevyn Cooper in the fourth quarter at Nicholls State (9/26)…completed 2 of 2 passes for eight yards and a touchdown and rushed three times for 23 yards versus Murray State (10/10)…completed 1-of-2 passes for nine yards and rushed three times for 25 yards at Austin Peay (10/31)…went 2-for-2 with 10 yards passing and rushed two times for eight yards against Tennessee Tech (11/14). 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 football 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. 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 Kevyn Cooper…undeclared major. IVORY’S CAREER STATS RUSHING G

Att

Yds

TD

Lg

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

6 24 59 89

9 50 118 177

0 0 2 2

13 14 26 26

4 9 11 24

PASSING G

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

Att Cmp Int

4 12 7 0 9 60 39 1 12 181 309 9 25 227 381 10

Avg/C Avg/G

1.5 2.1 2.0 2.0

2.2 5.6 9.8 7.1

Yds TD Lg

Pct Avg/P Avg/G EFF.

127 315 2248 2690

58.3 10.6 31.8 65.0 5.2 35.0 58.6 7.3 187.3 59.6 7.1 107.6

2 4 18 24

75 21 72 75

202.2 127.8 133.1 134.4


Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS IVORY’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

No.

Opponent

Completions Pass Attempts Pass Yards Pass TD’s Interceptions Rush Attempts Rush Yards Rush TD’s

30 44 444 3 2 14 41 1

at Eastern Kentucky at Eastern Kentucky at Eastern Kentucky at Eastern Kentucky 2x; Last: Tennessee State at Eastern Kentucky vs. Austin Peay 2x; Last at Eastern Kentucky

at Eastern Kentucky (11/6/10) at Georgia State (9/18/10) vs. Chattanooga (9/1/10) vs. Southeast Missouri (11/13/10) at Tennessee Tech (11/10/10) vs. Geogia Tech (9/5/09)

Date

IVORY’S 2009 GAME-BY-GAME Date

Opponent Comp-Att-Int

23-38-1 2-4-0 4-6-0 5-6-0 2-2-0 1-2-0 0-0-0 2-2-0

IVORY’S 2008 GAME-BY-GAME Alabama A&M @Chattanooga Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech

5-7-0 0-0-0 1-3-0 1-2-0

193 24 32 39 8 9 0 10

2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

20 18 21 11 5 9 0 6

PASSING Yds TD Lg

103 0 11 13

1 0 1 0

75 0 11 13

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

No.-Yds TD

9 - -12 2 - 0 2 - 7 4 - 1 3 - 23 3 -25 1-1 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8

0 8 14 8 6 18 3 26 7 11 5 24 Lg

5 5 4 7 14 12 1 7

RUSHING No.-Yds TD Lg

3 - 13 0 - 0 1 - 3 1

0 0 0 -2

13 0 3 0

OVC

9/6/08 9/20/08 10/4/08 11/8/08

Opponent Comp-Att-Int

Yds TD Lg

0-0 5-2 5-21 3-19 5--11 3-11 2-5 6-41 14-7 5-16 7-10 0-0

HISTORY

Date

19 72 21 21 60 22 21 49 51 29 31 24

RECORDS

@Georgia Tech (s) @Alabama A&M @Nicholls State UT Martin @Murray State @Austin Peay @SEMO Tenn. Tech

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

REVIEW

9/5/09 9/19/09 9/26/09 10/3/09 10/10/09 10/31/09 11/7/09 11/14/09

126 226 283 122 161 91 67 145 444 222 191 170

OPPONENTS

13-23-0 18-33-2 24-32-0 14-22-1 7-17-0 7-12-0 8-19-2 10-12-0 30-44-1 18-26-1 17-35-0 15-30-2

RUSHING RUSHING No.-Yds TD Lg

ABOUT JSU

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

PASSING PASSING Yds TD Lg

COACHES

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/410

Opponent Comp-Att-Int

vs. Wofford (12/4/10) vs. Murray State (10/2/10 vs. Austin Peay (10/23/10) at Eastern Kentucky (9/25/10) vs. Ole Miss (9/4/10) vs. Alabama A&M (9/6/08)

GAMECOCKS

IVORY’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME

170 161 145 122 126 103

OUTLOOK

444 283 226 222 191 193

INTRO

100-yard Passing Games by Ivory:

SENIOR

Date

11/6/10 11/6/10 11/6/10 11/6/10 10/16/10 11/6/10 10/23/10 11/6/10

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS HOWARD’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

Justin

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

Howard

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

No.

Opponent

Receptions Yards Touchdowns

3 62 2

at Georgia State at Georgia State at Nicholls St.

Date

9/18/10 9/18/10 9/26/09

HOWARD’S 2010 Game-By-Game Date

JSU OUTLOOK: After having a great spring, enters the fall as the No. 1 tight end. JSU CAREER

2010: Saw action in 10 of the Gamecocks’ 12 games as a junior, earning the start in three of them…was the team’s leading receiver from the tight end position with 12 catches for 157 yards and a touchdown…averaged 13.1 yards per catch…saw action in the seasonopening win at Ole Miss with a 19-yard reception...hauled in an eight-yard catch against Chattanooga...posted career numbers against Georgia State with 62 yards on three receptions...caught a pair of passes for ten yards against Eastern Illinois...Grabbed one catch for 22 yards against UT Martin...caught a pair of passes for 16 yards vs. Tennessee State...caught one pass, his lone touchdown catch of the year, for 13 yards at Tennessee Tech.

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/4/10

Opponent

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

Rush YDS AVG

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

19 8 62 10 0 22 16 0 0 0 13 9

19 8 20 7 0 22 9 0 0 0 13 9

TD

19.0 8.0 20.6 5.0 0.0 22.0 8.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 13.0 9.0

2009: Appeared in nine of the Gamecocks’ 11 games as a sophomore and finished with 42 knockdowns and nine pancake blocks…caught 15 passes for 148 yards and four touchdowns, including a season-long 26-yard grab at SEMO (11/7)…hauled in his first career touchdown pass at Nicholls State on Sept. 26, a game in which he actually caught two TD passes…also scored at Murray State (10/10) and at SEMO (11/7)…totaled a career-high 42 yards on two catches against Eastern Illinois (10/24). 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. 2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

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. 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. HOWARD’S CAREER STATS REC

G

Rec

Yds

TD

Lg

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

10 9 10 29

3 15 23 30

22 148 157 327

0 4 1 5

17 26 22 26

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Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G

0.3 1.7 1.2 1.0

7.3 9.9 13.1 10.9

2.2 16.4 15.7 11.3

SENIOR

TD Runs

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS Clarence

Demarcus

6-2 • 220 • Sophomore Linebacker Atlanta, Ga. • Mississippi North Clayton HS

5-10 • 220 • Freshman Signee Running Back Demopolis, Ala. • Demopolis HS

JaCKson

JSU OUTLOOK: A player that could have an immediate impact.

HISTORY

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RECORDS

6-3 • 240 • Freshman Signee Tight End Tallahassee, Fla. • Florida High HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Steve Smith at Piedmont High School…was a first-team All-State selection both his junior and senior years…led the Bulldogs to the state semi-finals as a senior after finishing with 98 tackles and five interceptions, while scoring 19 touchddowns (nine as a receiver) in 2010…helped the Bulldogs win the State Championship his junior year…recorded 19 interceptions during his career and more than 200 tackles…was named to The Gadsden Times Dirty Dozen…named to The Anniston Star Dandy Dozen…named Calhoun County Most Valuable Player by The Anniston Star…also lettered in basketball, where he was named Offensive Most Valuable Player at the Calhoun County Basketball Championship…also helped the Bulldogs win the NE Regional Championship and advance to the Final 4 as a senior in 2010 in basketball.

REVIEW

JACKson

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6-0 • 185 • Freshman Signee Defensive Back Piedmont, Ala. • Piedmont HS

OPPONENTS

Jordan

Johnson

ABOUT JSU

PERSONAL: Majoring in Exercise Science.

jamaal

COACHES

HIGH SCHOOL: A SuperPrep All-Region pick and rated the No. 66 player in Georgia...named to the PrepStar and SuperPrep Preseason All-Region teams...listed as the No. 16 athlete in the country by ESPN.com...earned first team All-Region 4-4A and Player of the Year honors from the league’s coaches as a junior and senior...named first team Class 4A All-State by The Atlanta JournalConstitution as a senior and listed as the No. 50 player in Georgia by the paper...rated the No. 73 player in Georgia and the No. 74 LB in the nation by Rivals.com...ranked the No. 56 player in Georgia and the No. 85 LB in the country by Scout.com...rushed for 1,954 yards and 31 TD’s as a senior...ran for 1,800 yards and 32 TD’s as a junior... posted 58 tackles and 15 QB sacks on defense during junior season... also played basketball in high school...coached in high school by Rodney Hackeney.

GAMECOCKS

PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Played linebacker in four games as a freshman for Ole Miss in 2010, including seeing his first action in JSU’s 49-48 double-overtime win over the Rebels…had a pair of solo tackles on the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Tom Causey at Demopolis High School…was a four-year letterman…was a first-team All-State selection by the Alabama Sports Writers Association…rushed for 1,828 yards as a senior and had his best game of the year with 328 yards on 25 carries in 2010…set a Class 5A state finals record with 293 yards rushing on 42 carries as a junior…finished his career with 6,956 rushing yards…named team Most Valuable Player and Back of the Year.

OUTLOOK

JSU CAREER:

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INTRO

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James

OVC

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Jarrod Hickman at Florida High School…named first-team All-District and All-Region as a senior… named team Defensive Player of the Year…had 10 catches for more than 200 yards and a touchdown in 2010…team won back-to-back District Championships in 2008 and 2009…was Region Champions in 2008…an honor student…a scholar-athlete…also recruited by Elon, Samford and Florida A&M.

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS Nick

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

Johnson

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5-11 • 185 • Junior Defensive Back Fort Payne, Ala. • Fort Payne HS

JSU OUTLOOK: Moved from safety to slash this spring…finished the spring as the No. 2 slash.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Chapel High School in Douglasville, Ga., for Chris Parker…helped the Panthers to back-to-back Class 5A state playoff appearances…team posted a 7-4 record his senior year, including a 6-3 mark in region play…helped team to first playoff appearance his junior year and team was named the Top Turnaround Program in the State of Georgia by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

PERSONAL: Full name is Michael Taylor Johnstone…son of Forrest and Dani Johnstone…born on September 19, 1990…has one younger brother, Logan…his father, Forrest, played basketball at Pfieffer… major is undeclared at JSU.

JSU CAREER:

2010: Appeared in all 12 games as a reserve for the Gamecocks as a sophomore…recorded nine tackles and one pass break-up…assisted on a tackle at Ole Miss in the season opener...had one tackle against Murray State...credited with one tackle against Austin Peay...added a pair of tackles against Eastern Kentucky...turned in a pair of tackles against Tennessee Tech and had another in the Gamecocks’ playoff game vs. Wofford. 2009: Saw action as a reserve in all 11 games for the Gamecocks as a redshirt freshman…recorded 10 tackles, one for a loss…had three tackles in a game twice, at Murray State (10/10) and vs. Tennessee Tech (11/14)…notched two tackles against UT Martin (10/3). 2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

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 1,487 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…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…majoring in sociology at JSU.

Taylor

Johnstone

6-3 • 295 • Sophomore Offensive Lineman Douglasville, Ga. • Doughlasville HS

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JSU OUTLOOK: Is expected to be in the mix to provide depth at offensive guard or offensive tackle. 2010: Sat out the 2010 season as a redshirt.

2009: Played at Garden City Community College

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Matt

JONES

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

JSU OUTLOOK: Brings a tremendous amount of leadership and knowledge to the team…can play several positions on the offensive line. JSU CAREER:

2010: Brings a tremendous amount of leadership and knowledge to the team…can play several positions on the offensive line.

2009: Played in all 11 games at left guard for the Gamecocks as a sophomore and was in the starting lineup in nine of them…was a big part in guiding the JSU to lead the OVC in total offense and rushing yards per game…was on the field for 358 plays and graded out at 63 percent… recorded 46 knockdowns and 11 pancake blocks, while giving up just one sack.

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 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.


Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS Colt

Kennedy

2010: Saw limited action as a redshirt freshman. 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.

Kinnie

Previous School: Saw limited action in 2010 at New Haven…attended Georgia Southern in 2009.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Newnan High School for Robert Herring…was a two-time All-Region 4-AAAAA selection…helped team to the 2007 and 2008 regional championship team…team went

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6-4 • 237 • Freshman Defensive Lineman Ocoee, Fla. • Ocoee HS

JSU OUTLOOK: Expected to add depth to the defensive line. JSU CAREER

OVC

6-3 • 235 • Sophomore Linebacker Newnan, Ga. • Newnan HS

Lewis

HISTORY

Koran

Michael

RECORDS

Will

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Brian Stovall at Coffeeville High School…led team with 1,268 rushing yards as a senior to earn honorable-mention All-State honors…had 602 passing yards…finished with 768 receiving yards in 2010…was an honor student…was Class President and also Class Valedictorian.

REVIEW

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Joe Billingsley at Gadsden City High School…helped the Titans to a 9-4 record in 2010 and into the quarterfinals of the state playoffs…team won the Region Championship his senior year…was a four-year letterman, where he finished his career with 198 tackles…had seven sacks for 68 yard loss…caused three fumbles and had one pass breakup…named to The Gadsden Times Dirty Dozen.

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OPPONENTS

6-1 • 350 • Freshman Signee Defensive Lineman Gadsden, Ala. • Gadsden City HS

Lewis

6-2 • 191 • Freshman Signee Linebacker Thomasville, Ala. • Coffeeville HS

ABOUT JSU

Jakari

Andreas

COACHES

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…majoring in Criminal Justice at JSU.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Spence McCracken and Brian Blackmon at Opelika High School…was a first-team All-Region selection as a senior…played in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game…was a four-year letterman for the Bulldogs.

GAMECOCKS

2009: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

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6-0 • 270 • Freshman Signee Defensive Lineman Opelika, Ala. • Opelika HS

OUTLOOK

JSU CAREER

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Caleb

Lawrence

JSU OUTLOOK: Has the ability to be a solis player, but has battled injuries during his career...will be able to compete for a position this fall.

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PERSONAL: Full name is Will Koran…son of David and Gay Koran…born on January 15, 1991…majoring in history at JSU.

INTRO

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

11-2 his junior year and finished 13-1 his senior year…also lettered in baseball.

2010: Sat out the 2010 season with a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Ocoee High School for Clint Moles… was a three-year letterman…helped the Knights to a 7-4 record as a senior after finishing with 54 tackles, eight sacks and one interception…was an All-Metro selection…selected to play in the Orange County Senior Bowl…member of the Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society.

PERSONAL: Full name is Michael Lewis…born on June 28, 1992… was an honor student in high school…major is undeclared at JSU. www.JSUGamecockSports.com

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS MONTE’

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

LEWIS

90

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

• 2011 Preseason OVC co-Defensive Player of the Year • 2011 Preseason All-Ohio Valley Conference • 2011 First Team Preseason All-America (Lindy’s) • 2010 First Team All-OVC JSU OUTLOOK: Is one of the leaders on the defensive side of the ball…enters the fall as the starter at defensive end…showed great improvement throughout spring practice…is a leader both on and off the field. JSU CAREER

2010: Started all 12 games at defensive end for the Gamecocks as a junior…a First Team All-OVC selection, recorded 37 tackles, 24 of which were solo, including 6.5 for a loss…led the team and was 15th in the OVC with four sacks, while also recording a quarterback hurry and one fumble recovery…opened the season with five tackles and a sack against Ole Miss, while also posting a tackle for a loss of six yards in the overtime win...finished the Murray State game with three tackles, including a stop behind the line of scrimmage...made four stops against Tennessee State...assisted on one tackle and a sack against Austin Peay...tallied five tackles along with a stop for a loss and recovered a fumble against SEMO...tallied a career-high seven tackles, including 3.5 stops for a loss and a pair of sacks at Tennessee Tech… capped the year with a season-high eight tackles, six solo and one for a loss, in the Gamecocks’ playoff game vs. Wofford. 2009: Played in all 11 and started five of the Gamecocks’ games as a sophomore…ranked third in the OVC and tied for 22nd nationally with .27 fumbles forced per game…totaled 21 tackles on the year, including 5.5 for a loss and 1.5 sacks…forced a total of three fumbles and was credited with three QB hurries…had an assisted tackle in the season opener against Georgia Tech (9/5)…credited with two tackles, a sack and two fumbles forced at Florida State (9/12)…had three tackles, two for loss, and a quarterback hurry in his first career start at Alabama A&M (9/19)…recorded four tackles that included three solo and one behind the line in the Eastern Illinois game (10/24)…had six tackles, three solo, and a tackle for loss at Austin Peay (10/31)…had three tackles and a tackle for loss against Tennessee Tech (11/14). 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).

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2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

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.

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

UA

A

Total

TFL

Yds

PD

FF

FR

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

11 11 12 34

9 11 17 36

14 10 20 44

23 21 37 81

5 5.5 6.0 16.5

11 28 24 63

0 0 0 0

1 3 0 4

0 0 0 0

SACKS

G

UA

A

Total

Yds

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

11 11 12 234

1 1 2 4

0 1 2 3

1.0 1.5 4.0 6.5

5 19 17 41

LEWIS’ CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

No.

Opponent

Tackles Tackles for loss Sacks FF

7 3.5 2 2

at Tennessee Tech at Tennessee Tech at Tennessee Tech at Florida State

Date

11/20/10 11/20/10 11/20/10 9/12/09

LEWIS’ 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Date

9/5/09 9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/4/10

Opponent

@Georgia Tech @Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds PBU

0 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 6

1 3 0 0 0 3 0 3 2 1 4 3 2

1 5 0 1 0 3 1 4 2 1 5 6 8

0 -0 1-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0.5-6 0-0 0-0 0.5-4 0-0 0.5-2 3.4-14 1.0-5

0 -16 1-0.5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0.5-4 0-0 0-0 2-12 0-0

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

LEWIS’ 2009 GAME-BY-GAME Date

9/5/09 9/12/09 9/19/09 9/26/09 10/3/09 10/10/09 10/24/09 10/31/09 11/7/09 11/14/09 11/21/09

Opponent

@Georgia Tech @Florida State @Alabama A&M (s) @Nicholls State UT Martin (s) @Murray State Eastern Illinois (s) @Austin Peay @SEMO (s) Tenn. Tech (s) Eastern Kentucky

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds PBU

0 2 1 0 1 0 3 3 2 1 1

1 0 2 0 0 1 1 3 0 2 0

1 2 3 0 1 1 4 6 2 3 1

0 -0 1 -16 2 -3 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 1 -7 1 -2 0 -0 1 -4 0-0

0 -16 1 -16 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 - 0

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


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Opponent

@Georgia Tech Alabama A&M @Chattanooga @Eastern Illinois Southeast Missouri @Eastern Kentucky Murray State @UT Martin Austin Peay @Tennessee Tech Tennessee State

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds PBU

1 0 2 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 2 4 3

1 0 2 1 2 4 3 0 0 4 4

0-0 0-0 2-4 0-0 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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middleton

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

JSU OUTLOOK: Worked hard in the spring to improve and will be looked upon to help lead the Gamecock running game…one of the strongest players on the team. JSU CAREER:

2010: Appeared in nine games at tailback for the Gamecocks as a junior, earning the start in five…was the team’s leading rusher and was seventh in the OVC with 57.1 yards per game, thanks to 514 yards on a team-high 118 carries…averaged 4.4 yards per carry and led the Gamecocks and was sixth in the OVC with seven rushing touchdowns…reeled in 11 passes for 85 receiving yards…led the Gamecock rushing attack against Ole Miss with 67 yards on 17 carries to average 3.9 yards per rush...scored JSU’s first of six touchdowns in the second half and overtime with a two-yard plunge...converted the game-winning two-point conversion after catching a Coty Blanchard shuttle pass, which was No. 2 on the Plays of the Day on ESPN... established new career highs in catches and receiving yards with five for 38 yards against the Rebels...accounted for 53 of JSU’s 96 total yards rushing against Chattanooga and caught a pair of passes for 23 yards, including a 14-yard reception...did not play against Georgia State and Eastern Illinois due to injury and saw limited action against Murray State with one carry for three yards...returned to the backfield in the UT Martin contest, leading the ground attack for JSU with 97 yards on 15 touches, including a 31-yard TD run in the third quarter...led the JSU ground attack against Tennessee State with 86 yards on 12 rushes, including a 32-yard touchdown run...sat out the Austin Peay contest and then only had one carry for three yards in the next week vs. Eastern Kentucky…against Southeast Missouri, ran for 26 yards on 12 attempts and turned in a pair of TD runs from inside the twoyard line...led the Jax State ground attack against Tennessee Tech with 120 yards and a score on a career-best 26 carries...had 17 carries for 59 yards in JSU’s playoff matchups with Wofford. 2009: Played in all 11 games, starting five, at running back for the Gamecocks as a sophomore… ranked ninth in the OVC and 76th nationally in rushing (57.2), while his 57.18 yards per game ranked 15th in the league in total offense…ran for six touchdowns out of the backfield, tying him for third on the team in scoring with 42 points… only lost six total yards on 126 carries…led JSU with 11 carries for 59 yards in the Georgia Tech game (9/5)…rushed 10 times for 40 yards with a long run of 12 yards against Alabama A&M (9/19)… had 13 rushing attempts, gaining 53 yards and scoring on a one-yard run to give JSU a 14-0 lead against Nicholls State (9/26)…also caught two passes for 21 yards against Nicholls…had 13 rushes and ran for a career high 121 yards and a 43-yard touchdown against UT Martin (10/3)…had nine carries for 38 yards against Murray State (10/10)… rushed 11 times for 53 yards and a touchdown that cut JSU’s deficit

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to 28-20 against Eastern Illinois (10/24)…had 10 carries for 29 yards and one catch for 34 yards and a touchdown at Austin Peay (10/31)… led JSU with nine rushes for 45 yards and caught one a pass for eight yards at Southeast Missouri State (11/7)…rushed 11 times for 49 yards and a four-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter against Tennessee Tech (11/14)…scampered for 98 yards and a pair of touchdowns on a season-high 16 carries in the season finale against Eastern Kentucky (11/21).

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). 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. PERSONAL: Full name is Calvin Middleton…son of Calvin and April Middleton…born May 19, 1990…majoring in criminal justice at JSU.

MIDDLETON’S CAREER STATS RUSHING G

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

Yds

TD

Lg

7 16 75 11 126 629 9 118 514 27 206 1218

Att

3 6 7 16

27 43 32 43

Avg/C Avg/G

4.7 5.0 4.4 4.7

10.7 57.2 57.1 45.1

MIDDLETON’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

No.

Opponent

Rush Attempts Rush Yards Rush TD’s Receptions Rec. Yards Rec. TD’s

26 121 2 5 38 1

at Tennessee Tech vs. UT Martin 3x last vs. SE Missouri at Ole Miss at Ole Miss at Austin Peay

Date

11/20/10 10/3/09 11/13/10 9/4/10 9/4/10 10/31/09

MIDDLETON’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Date

9/4/10 9/11/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/4/10

Opponent

@Ole Miss Chattanooga Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

Rush YDS AVG

17 17 1 15 12 1 12 26 17

67 53 3 97 86 3 26 120 59

3.9 3.1 3.0 6.5 7.2 3.0 2.2 4.6 3.5

TD

TD Runs

1 0 0 1 1 1 2 1 0

2 -0 31 32 3 1,2 2 0


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Rush YDS AVG

11 0 10 13 13 9 11 10 9 11

59 0 40 53 121 38 53 29 45 49

5.4 0.0 4.0 4.1 9.3 4.2 4.8 2.9 5.0 4.5

MIDDLETON’S 2008 GAME-BY-GAME Date

8/28/08 9/6/08 10/11/08 10/23/08 11/1/08 11/8/08 11/15/08

TD

TD Runs

0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1

---1 yd. 43 yds. --2 yds. -- -4

Opponent

Rush YDS AVG

TD

TD Runs

@Georgia Tech (s) Alabama A&M (s) @Eastern Ky. @UT-Martin Austin Peay @Tenn. Tech Tenn. State (s)

1 1 1.0 1 2 2.1 2 1 0.5 0 0 0.0 2 14 7.0 4 37 8.1 6 20 3..3

0 0 0 0 0 0 2

--- ----1, 3 yds.

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@Georgia Tech @Florida State (s) @Alabama A&M @Nicholls State (s) UT Martin (s) @Murray State Eastern Illinois (s) @Austin Peay (s) @SEMO Tenn. Tech

HISTORY

9/5/09 9/12/09 9/19/09 9/26/09 10/3/09 10/10/09 10/24/09 10/31/09 11/7/09 11/14/09

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Tarik

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6-1 • 175 • Junior Cornerback Kansas City, Mo. • Highland CC

PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Played at Highland Community College for Mike Beagle…started every game during his two-year career…played in all nine games as a sophomore and had 36 tackles, including 20 solo stops…finished second on the team with two interceptions and had five pass breakups…also recovered one fumble and forced a fumble…as a freshman in 2009, played in all nine games and had 33 tackles, including 20 solo stops…also tied for team lead with four pass breakups. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Shining Mission East High School for Travis Stillmer…was a four-year lettermen…made All-Conference as a senior. PERSONAL: Full Arias Demarco Lockhart…son Tracy Cheatham and Mark McIntyre…born on December 29, 1990…has one older brother, Cameron, and two older sisters, Candice and Brandy…majoring in exercise science at JSU.

MIlner

6-3 • 240 • Freshman Offensive Lineman Powder Springs, Ga. • McEachern HS

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JSU OUTLOOK: Has developed strength and continues to develop…will compete for a starting jobs this fall. 2010: Sat out the 2010 season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at McEachern High School for Jim Dorsey and Kyle Hochman…was named team Offensive Lineman of the Year as a senior after helping the Indians to a 10-1 record…was a first-team All-County selection…also lettered in track.

PERSONAL: Full name is Tarik Milner…son of Hobson and Wanda Milner…has two sisters, Amber and Akilah…born on May 30, 1992… his father, Hobson, played football at the University of Cincinnati…major is undeclared at JSU.

TORI

MOblEY

Ty

Martin

5-9 • 160 • Sophomore Wide Receiver, Oxford, Ala. •Oxford HS

JSU OUTLOOK: Played on the scout team in 2010 after sitting out the 2009 season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Oxford High School for John Grass and Josh Niblett…helped the Yellow Jackets to an 8-3 record an into the state playoffs as a senior in 2008…had 40 catches for 757 yards with nine touchdowns…the Yellow Jackets also advanced to the playoffs in 2005 and 2006.

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LOCKHART

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

JSU OUTLOOK: Enters the 2011 season slated as the starter at right tackle after starting all 12 games as a sophomore last season...brings a large frame and good athleticism to the group. JSU CAREER:

2010: A mainstay for the Jax State offensive line, starting all 12 games as a junior…helped guide the Gamecocks to a top-five spot in the OVC in rush offense along with guiding an offense that was listed third overall in the league in total offense…a member of an offensive line that allowed just ten sacks all season long…recorded seven pancake blocks and 67 knockdowns…graded out the season at 60%, including a 72% grade in the season opener at Ole Miss. 2009: Saw action in eight of the Gamecocks’ 11 games as a redshirt freshman…made his collegiate debut in the third game of the season at Alabama A&M (Sept. 19) and played in all but one game from that point…helped lead a Gamecock offense that was tops in the OVC in total offense and rushing offense…graded out at 67 percent, while recording 17 knockdowns and one pancake block. 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.

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Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS 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.

CHRIS

NESBITT

NICHOLSON

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5-10 • 172 • Sophomore Wide Receiver Brewton, Ala. • W.S. Neal HS

JSU OUTLOOK: Will help add depth to the tight end position.

pendleton

6-3 • 329 • Freshman Offensive Lineman Athens, Ala. • Tanner High School

JSU CAREER: Improved this spring and is working on his skill set to become a better player.

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PERSONAL: Full name is Terrence Carver Pendleton…son of Tara Malone (step-father Donald) and Rhynia Pendleton…has five brothers...majoring in physical education at JSU.

RECORDS

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Tanner High School for Laron White…was a three-year starter on both the offensive and defensive lines…was a three-time All-County selection at defensive line and two-time selection on offensive line…won senior award…named team Most Valuable Lineman…earned team Defensive Rookie of the Year and Most Improved Offensive Lineman awards.

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PERSONAL: Full name is Christopher Alan Nesbitt…is the son of Chuck and Kay Nesbit…has one older brother, Will, and one older sister, Janice…born on October 4, 1988…majoring in Physical Education at JSU.

Terrence

ABOUT JSU

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Wheeler High School for Chuck Goddard and Paul Lombardo…was a four-year letterman...was a first-team all-State selection as a senior in 2006…helped the Wildcats to back-to-back Region 6 Class 5A Championships…was named to the Marietta Daily Journal Cobb Super 11 team…was selected for the North-South Georgia All-Star game.

PERSONAL: Full name is Jeremy Antwan Nicholson…son of Betty Nicholson and Keith Goodbolt…born on March 23, 1992…major is undeclared at JSU.

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PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Played for Todd Vasey at Dean College in both 2007 and 2008…helped team to a 10-1 record as a freshman, finishing with 32 solo tackles, three sacks and one forced fumble… team was a perfect 10-0 his sophomore year, where he finished with 42 solo stops and seven sacks…won back-to-back Northeast Football Conference Championships.

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2010: Sat out the 2010 season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at W. S. Neal High School for Blaine Hathcock and Kevin Jordan…was an honorable mention All-State selection by the Alabama Sports Writers Association…had 75 rushes for 752 yards with 11 touchdowns…had his best game of the year against Monroeville, he had 362 all-purpose yards and three touchdown…also lettered in track and basketball.

OUTLOOK

JSU OUTLOOK: Became a very physical player during the spring… will help add depth to the wide receiver position.

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6-2 • 250 • Senior Tight End Marietta, Ga. • Wheeler HS

JEREMY

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6-3 • 215 • Sophomore Tight End Grayson, Ga. • Grayson HS

and recorded a tackle in the win…had a season-high six tackles in the regular-season finale at Tennessee Tech on Nov. 20…had a tackle for a loss in three-straight games, vs. Tennessee State, vs. Austin Peay and at Eastern Kentucky, picking up his lone sack in the TSU matchup, one that saw him force his second fumble of the season…recorded four tackles at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 6.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Mill Creek High School for Shannon Jarvas…was a four-year letterman for the Hawks. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Grayson High School for Mickey Conn…helped lead the Rams to a 12-1 record as a senior and into the quarterfinal round of the state playoffs…team went 13-1 his junior year in 2008 and lost in double-overtime in the state semifinals 13-10 to Peachtree Ridge…his sophomore team finished 10-3 and advanced to the quarterfinals of the state playoffs.

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Pope

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6-1 • 230 • Freshman Linebacker Sylcaulga, Ala. • Sylcaulga HS

PERSONAL: Full name is James Emmanuel Powell…born on September 7, 1990…son of James and June Powell…has one younger sister, Cari…majoring in physical education at JSU.

Lequintez

Reynolds

5-11 • 225 • Sophomore Linebacker Troy, Ala. • Charles Henderson HS

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JSU CAREER: Did not participate in spring drills because of injury…was moved to Will Linebacker and is expected to help add depth at his position. JSU CAREER:

HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped Sylacauga High School for under the guidance of coach Matt Griffith … A four-year member of the Aggie football squad…member of the All-County team after his senior season at SHS … helped SHS to a 7-3 mark in 2010…also participated in basketball on the prep level, averaging 15 points, ten rebounds per game…named to the Marble City Classic First Team…a stellar student in the classroom at SHS with a 3.0 grade point average and was named to the Who’s Who Among American High School Students.

PERSONAL: Full name is Kyle Pope…son of James Carter and Risa Pope…has four siblings, three brothers: Kelsey, Keaton and Derrick, and one sister, Aaliyah…major is undeclared at JSU.

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Powell

6-1 • 210 • Sophomore Outside Linebacker Lawrenceville, Ga. • Mill Creek HS

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JSU OUTLOOK: Finished the spring as the starter as slash. JSU CAREER:

2010: Appeared in 11 of the Gamecocks’ 12 games as a true freshman, earning his first career start against Austin Peay on Oct. 23…finished the season with 25 tackles, 18 solo, including ne sack and three stops for a loss…forced two fumbles and notched one quarterback hurry… made his JSU debut in its home opener vs. UTC and forced a fumle

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2010: Saw action in eight games, including his first action on the collegiate level against Chattanooga on September 11. 2009: Sat out the 2009 season as a redshirt. HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Charles Henderson High School for Hugh Fountain…was team captain as a sophomore, junior and senior…was a two-time All-Region selection… finished his junior season with 101 tackles, seven sacks and three forced fumbles… had 75 tackles, five forced fumbles and seven tackles for loss as a senior…was named the Defensive Player of the Year. PERSONAL: Full name is Lequintez Reynolds… son of Larry Reynolds and Ginessa Scott…has two brothers…born on July 31, 1991…majoring in physical education at JSU.


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JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played for Danny Robertson at Holmes (Miss.) Junior College…was a first-team All-State selection in 2010… named team Most Valuable Player as a sophomore and was selected to play in the Mississippi JUCO All-Star Game…was an All-District selection in both 2009 and 2010.

PERSONAL: Full name is Tanner Roberson…son of Tim and Jill Roberson…has one younger sister, Chloe…born on July 18, 1990… majoring in exercise science at JSU.

OUTLOOK

JSU OUTLOOK: A junior college transfer that had a good spring… enters the fall as No. 2 at Bandit and is expected to see playing time.

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6-3 • 225 • Junior Linebacker Jackson, Miss. • Holmes JC

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Jimmy Corden at East Webster High School…was a four-time All-State selection…was a four-time AllRegion and All-District honoree…led the State of Mississippi in sacks both as a junior and senior, where he had more than 35…helped the Wolvernines post a 35-4 record his last three years, including state runner-up his sophomore season…was team Most Valuable Defensive Lineman as a junior and senior…selected to play in the Mississippi North-South football all-star game…also lettered in baseball and basketball, where he earned two state championships in baseball and one in basketball…was an honor student…was selected Who’s Who Among American High School Students.

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robinson

6-2 • 201 • Junior Defensive Back Opelika, Ala. • Opelika HS

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2010: Appeared in all 12 games for the Gamecocks as a sophomore and earned his first career start in the defensive backfield against Murray State on Oct. 2…was a key member of the Gamecocks’ special teams unit, serving as the team’s holder…finished the year with 17 tackles, 12 solo and one interception, a pick against Eastern Illinois on Sept. 25…saw action on the special teams unit in the season opener at Ole Miss...played on special teams vs UTC and Georgia State...secured the JSU win over Eastern Illinois with his first career interception in the closing seconds at EIU...also turned in a tackle at EIU...finished with four stops in his first career start in the secondary against Murray State...carded a pair of tackles against UT Martin... made two solo stops against Tennessee State...credited with a tackle at Tennessee Tech.

2009: Saw action in 10 of the Gamecocks’ 11 games as a redshirt freshman, mostly on special teams…did see limited action on offense…made his Gamecock debut as a reserve quarterback against Georgia Tech (9/5), catching a touchdown pass from Marques Ivory…recovered a fumble on special teams against Florida State (9/12)…saw action on special teams, recording one tackle on the kickoff cover team against Alabama A&M (9/19)…had a pair of tackles on special teams in the season finale vs. Eastern Kentucky (11/21). 2008: Sat out the 2008 season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Opelika High School for Spence McCracken…was a four-year lettermen…passed for more than 1,200 yards as 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. 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 retired NBA referee…major is socialogy at JSU. TACKLES G

UA

A

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TFL

Yds

PD

FF

FR

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

0 1 12 16

0 1 5 9

0 2 17 25

0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

0 0 0 1

0 0 1 0

0 0 0 0

0 1 0 1

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No.

Yds

TD

Lg

Avg/R

Avg/G

1 11 12

0 1 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

0.0 0.0 0.0

0.0 0.0 0.0

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1 1 12 23

G

2009 2010 TOTAL

ROBINSON’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

JSU OUTLOOK: Continued to show improvement throughout spring workouts…expected to compete for a starting role at safety this fall.

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INT

No.

Tackles Tackles for loss FR PBU INT

Opponent

4 - - - 1

Date

vs. Murray State - - - at Eastern Illinois

10/2/10 - - 9/25/10

ROBINSON’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Date

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/4/10

Opponent

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

UT

AT

TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds

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

0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 4 2 2 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

ROBINSON’S 2009 GAME-BY-GAME Date

9/5/09 9/12/09 9/19/09 9/26/09 10/3/09 10/10/09 10/24/09 10/32/09 11/3/09 11/14/09 11/21/09

Opponent

@Georiga Tech @Florida State @Alabama A&M @Nicholls State UT Martin @Murray State Eastern Illinois @Austin Peay @SEMO Tenn. Tech Eastern Kentucky

UT

AT

TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

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

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

Int-Yds PBU

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

Int-Yds PBU

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS Brandon

Rogers

JSU CAREER:

PERSONAL: Full name is Brandon Michael Rogers…son 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.

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2010: Served as the team’s long snapper in all 12 games as a junior… notched a pair of solo tackles on special teams…saw action as a reserve on offense.

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.

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JSU OUTLOOK: Enters the fall as the starting long snapper…also expected to add depth at the tight end position.

2008: Played in all 11 games as a true freshman and served as the long snapper in every game.

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6-2 • 205 • Senior Long Snapper/Tight End Opelika, Ala. • Opelika HS

2009: Was the Gamecocks’ starting long snapper in all 11 games as a sophomore…recorded two solo tackles on special teams…also saw limited action at tight end for the JSU offense.

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Salomonsky

JSU CAREER: Sat out the 2010 season as a redshirt.

PERSONAL: Full name is Alshey Brandt Salomosky…son of Mike and Beth Salomonsky…has one older sister, Alex…born on June 11, 1992…majoring in criminal justice at JSU.

Jake

Scott

5-10 • 170 • Freshman Punter Piedmont, Ala. • Spring Garden

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PERSONAL: Full name is Chad Sharp…son of William and Kay Sharp…born Oct. 12, 1992…has a younger sister, Kendall.

PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Played at Hazel Green High School for Alvin Palmer…was named to the All-Region team as a senior…was named to the Huntsville Times All-Area team…played with JSU teammate Johnny Ubi…also lettered in soccer.

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6-5 • 310 • Freshman Offensive Lineman New Market, Ala. • Hazel Green HS

Westbrook Christian to a 10-1 mark as a senior and capture the region crown in 2009 and 2010 … nominated to the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award list in the state of Alabama…served as team captain as a senior for Westbrook Christian…also played on the baseball diamond for the Warriors and was tabbed All-Region as a junior…member of the four-time region champion Warrior baseball club…Served as Student Government President, an honor student at named to the National Honor Society a Westbrook Christian.

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2010: Sat out the season as a redshirt

PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Played at Spring Garden High School for Jason Howard…was a two-time first-team All-State selection by the Alabama Sports Writers Association, and was honorable mention as a junior…made 48-of-50 extra points as a senior, while averaging almost 40 yards per punt…was a All-District and All-Region selection for three years…finished his career 115-of-130 extra points and 7-of-14 on field goals…team captain in 2009…named to the Gadsden Times Dandy Dozen…also lettered in basketball and baseball…was an honor student. PERSONAL: Full name is Jake Douglas Scott…son of Rhonda DeHaven and Doug Scott…born on September 1, 1991…has one younger sister, Rachel…major is undeclared at JSU.

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SHARP

6-2 • 205 • Freshman Linebacker Rainbow City, Ala. • Westbrook Christian

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PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Attended Westbrook Christian in Rainbow City, Ala….played for Tony Osborne at WC… a three-time AllDistrict and All-Region performer for the Warriors…helped lead

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6-3 • 292 • Senior Offensive Lineman Starkville, Miss. • East Mississippi CC Starkville HS

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JSU OUTLOOK: Enters the season as the starting left tackle…is very athletic and looks to have a tremendous senior season. JSU CAREER:

2010: Made an immediate impact to the JSU offensive line after a twoyear junior college career…started all 12 games in the trenches at the left tackle spot…tallied eight pancakes and 48 knockdowns as a junior… graded out at 69% for the season, including a season-best 76% in JSU’s thumping of Austin Peay. PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Played at East Mississippi Community College for Buddy Stephens…helped team to the most successful football season in school history with an 11-1 record as a sophomore…team claimed a 27-24 win over Arizona Western College in the Mississippi Bowl…team was ranked as high as No. 5 nationally and set school records for most wins in a season after helping team to first bowl appearance in 46 years…Lions claimed school’s first-ever Mississippi Association of Community & Junior College championship in 2009.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Starkville High School for Bill Lee… was a four-year lettermen…was a second-team All-State as a senior… helped the Yellow Jackets to an 9-2 record his senior year and into the second round of the state playoffs…also lettered in track and field, finished seventh in the state in the discus.

PERSONAL: Full name is Odie Rush, II…son of Brenda Rush and Benjamin Rush…has two brothers, Marcus and Ben, and one sister, Ashley…born on February 15, 1990…his brother, Ben, played football at Murray State from 2004-08…majoring in Exercise Science at JSU.


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SHAW

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

JSU OUTLOOK: Finished the spring very strong…will be a versatile player with his size and speed. JSU CAREER:

2010: Saw action at wide receiver in all 12 of the Gamecocks’ games a s junior, earning a start in two games…was third on the team with 25 catches for 316 yards and led the squad with six receiving touchdowns… averaged 26.3 yards per game and 12.6 yards per catch…was JSU’s No. 2 kickoff return man with 11 returns for a team-best average of 26.6 yards, while also returning three punts for an average of 11.3 yards per return… hauled in a four-yard touchdown catch in JSU’s win over Ole Miss and finished the season opener with three catches for 23 yards...caught the 72-yard game-winning touchdown from Marques Ivory with 1:16 remaining against Chattanooga, the longest catch of his career...finished the UTC game with two receptions for 85 yards and forced a fumble in the come-from-behind win...collected four catches for 30 yards, including a 14-yard catch against Georgia State, while totaling 110 yards on four kickoff returns...returned three kickoffs for 50 yards against Eastern Illinois, including a 27-yard return in the contest...had three rushes for 11 yards against Murray State...caught three passes for 32 yards, including a 12-yard strike from Marques Ivory to put JSU on the board against UT Martin, and amassed 94 yards on two kickoff returns in the contest...hauled in three catches for 40 yards against Tennessee State, including an 18-yard TD grab...recorded a pair of touchdown catches (13 and 3 yds) against Austin Peay, finishing the day with three catches for 24 yards...posted a pair of catches for 38 yards against Eastern Kentucky...caught three passes for 34 yards versus Southeast Missouri… ran the ball twice for 22 yards in the regular-season finale at Tennessee Tech. 2009: Moved to wide receiver in the spring after playing in the JSU Secondary in 2008…saw action in the first 10 games of the season as a sophomore…was third on the team in both receptions (19) and receiving yards (281) for an average of 28.1 yards per game…averaged 14.8 yards per catch and found the end zone twice…also served as a threat on special teams, returning 10 kickoffs for an average of 22.5 yards per return…recorded six tackles and recovered a fumble on special teams… had three receptions for 12 yards with a long of eight in his first game as a receiver against Georgia Tech (9/5)…caught an 18-yard pass at Florida State (9/12)…set career highs with four catches for 71 yards, including a 34-yard reception that set up a Ryan Perrilloux one-yard touchdown run against Alabama A&M (9/19)…had one rush for 10 yards at Nicholls State (9/26)…caught four passes for 37 yards, including a 16-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Perrilloux against UT Martin (10/3)… had two receptions for a career-high 93 yards that included a 66-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Perrilloux at Murray State (10/10)…caught two passes for 16 yards versus Eastern Illinois (10/24)…had one reception for nine yards against Austin Peay (10/31)…caught one pass for 16 yards and recovered a fumble and returned it 29 yards for a touchdown

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at Southeast Missouri State (11/7)…had one catch for nine yards and rushed one time for 15 yards against Tennessee Tech (11/14).

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). 2007: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

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 the County Championships. PERSONAL: Full name is James Napoleon Shaw…son of Napoleon and Michelle Shaw…born Feb. 27, 1989…majoring in exercise science and wellness. SHAW’S CAREER STATS REC

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

G

11 10 12 33

Rec

0 19 25 9

Yds

TD

0 281 316 0

Lg

0 2 6 8

0 66 72 1

Rec/G Avg/C Avg/G

0.0 1.9 2.1 1.3

0.0 14.8 12.6 13.6

0.0 28.1 3.0 18.1

SHAW’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

Receptions Receiving Yards Receiving TDs Long Play

No.

4 93 2 34

Opponent

Date

3x last at Georgia State at Murray State vs. Austin Peay at Alabama A&M

9/18/10 10/10/09 10/23/10 9/19/09

SHAW’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Date

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/4/10

Opponent

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

REC YDs LNG AVG

3 2 4 0 0 3 3 3 2 3 1 1

23 85 30 0 0 32 40 24 38 34 7 3

13 72 14 0 0 12 21 13 21 15 7 3

7.7 42.5 7.5 0.0 0.0 10.7 12.3 8.0 19.0 11.3 7.0 3

TD

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

SHAW’S 2009 GAME-BY-GAME Date

9/5/09 9/12/09 9/19/09 9/26/09 10/3/09 10/10/09 10/24/09 10/32/09 11/3/09 11/14/09 11/21/09

Opponent

@Georiga Tech @Florida State @Alabama A&M @Nicholls State UT Martin @Murray State Eastern Illinois @Austin Peay @SEMO Tenn. Tech Eastern Kentucky

REC YDs LNG AVG

3 1 4 0 4 2 2 1 1 1 DNP

12 18 71 0 37 93 16 9 16 9

8 18 34 0 16 66 9 9 16 9

4.0 18.0 17.7 0.0 9.3 46.5 8.0 9.0 16.0 9.0

TD

0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0


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6-3 • 220 • Sophomore Fullback Golden, Colo. • DeAnza CC

JSU OUTLOOK: Will help add depth to the tight end position.

PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Played at DeAnza Community College for Dan Atlerio…was a first-team all-conference quarterback after leading team with more than 1,500 passing yards and more than 500 rushing yards…was named team’s Offensive Most Valuable Player…was a 2009 graduate of Chaparral High School and signed with the University of Colorado out of high school…won a National Championship in powerlifting and two state championships. HIGH SCHOOL: Prepped at Chaparral High School in the Denver, Colo., area.

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Trey

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JSU OUTLOOK: Continues to improve run and pass blocking…will compete for playing time this fall. 2010: Saw limited action as a freshman.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Erwin High School for Willie Miller… was a four-year letterman…helped the Eagles to a 6-4 record his senior season as team averaged 28.1 points per game…team posted a 7-4 record in 2007 and advanced to the state playoffs, dropping a 35-13 decision to Russellville in the first round of the playoffs…team set the single-game school record by beating Hayden 61-6 and also the margin of victory record with the 55 point win. PERSONAL: Full name is Jordan Alan Smith…son of Robert and Shelia Smith…has one older brother, Julian, and one older sister, Kamala…his brother, Julian, played at UAB from 2005-07…his father attended Alabama A&M University and was the roommate of John Stallworth, who went on to win four Super Bowls and is in the NFL Hall of Fame…majoring in Communications at JSU.

6-5 • 220 • Junior Wide Receiver Perry, Ga. • Western Michigan

JSU OUTLOOK: A mid-year transfer from Western Michigan and shows the ability to be a dominant blocking wide receiver…led all wide receivers in spring game with 12 catches for 120 yards and two touchdowns.

PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Played two seasons at Western Michigan… appeared in 11 games with one start…made collegiate debut at Michigan (9/5/09)…earned only start at Kent State (10/31/09)… registered first career reception and touchdown vs Central Michigan (10/17/09)…season high 57 yards receiving vs Buffalo (10/24/09)…as a sophomore in 2010, had four receptions for 48 yards.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Perry High School for Andy Scott… earned first team All-Region and All-County honors as a senior… member of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Georgia Top 50 and Georgia Top 10 Wide Receivers…was school’s leading receiver for three-straight years…holds school records for career receptions (1076), receiving yards (1,215) and touchdown receptions (16)…a three-sport athlete lettering four years in football, three years in basketball and two years in track. PERSONAL: Full name is Trey Smith…son of Alma Fleming and Kirkland Smith, Jr…born on March 2, 1991…major is undeclared at JSU.

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6-5 • 295 • Freshman Offensive Lineman Birmingham, Ala. • Erwin HS

Rashad

smith

6-1 • 210 • Sophomore Linebacker Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. • Ft. Walton High School

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Mike Owens at Ft. Walton High School…was a third-team All-State selection his junior and senior seasons…was a two-time Defensive Player of the Year…was named first-team All-Region and All-District…finished his senior season with 129 tackles, 11 pass break-ups and a pair of sacks… had his best game vs Mobley, where he recorded 21 tackles…helped the Vikings to the Region Championship…was selected to the East-West All-Star game…finished with more than 270 tackles, eight sacks and three interceptions during his career. PERSONAL: Full name is Rashad Detwan Smith…son of Mike and Latina Smith…born on July 3, 1990…has one brother, Dominique, and ony younger sister, Taj…major is undeclared at JSU.


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simmons

PERSONAL: Full name is Barry Lee Stafford, Jr…son of Barry Lee Stafford, Sr. and Michelle Gary…majoring in physical education at JSU.

Griffin

JSU CAREER:

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Riverdale High School for Nick Davis, Jamie Reed and Kevin Jones…was team captain his senior year in 2008…was a four-year letterman…team went 7-3 his sophomore year and was 8-3 his freshman season as team advanced into the first round of the state playoffs.

6-0 • 295 • Freshman Nose Guard Atlanta, Ga. • Chamblee Charter HS

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JSU OUTLOOK: Is expected to help add depth to the defensive line this fall. HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Chamblee Charter High School in Atlanta, Ga...played for Brent Miller at CCHS…named Second

SCORING G

2010

12

FG

G

2010

12

TD Rush Pass

0

0

Att Made

2

Retn

PAT

2PAT

FG

0

0

0

2

0 Lg

Pct

40

100.0

2

Total Avg/G

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0.5

No.

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2 2 40 6

vs. Wofford vs. Wofford vs. Wofford vs. Wofford

12/04/10 12/04/10 12/04/10 12/04/10

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barry

PERSONAL: Full name is Griffin Keith Thomas…is the son of Greg Thomas and Lisa Hall…born on July 5, 1991…major is undeclared at JSU.

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PERSONAL: Full name is William Clay Squires, IV…son of Clay and Loretta Squires…born on January 29, 1992…has one younger brother, Timothy…his father played football at Mississippi College… major is undeclared at JSU.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at South Gwinnett for John Small… played only one year of football, his senior season…was named the Gwinnett County Special Teams Player of the Week three times during the season…was selected to play in the Gwinnett County All-Star game…played four years of soccer.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Satsuma High School for Lonnie Rawlins…was a four-year lettermen…voted team’s top offensive lineman as a senior…was an honorable mention All-State selection… named team Most Valuable Player.

2010: Saw action in all 12 games for the Gamecocks as a true freshman, primarily as the team’s kickoff specialist…handled the kickoff duties in all 12 games and served as the team’s placekicker in the playoff game vs. Wofford…against the Terriers, went 2-for-2 on field goals of 35 and 40 yards and missed his lone PAT attempt of the year…had one punt on the year, a 31-yarder in the season opener at Ole Miss that pinned the Rebels deep in their own territory.

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JSU OUTLOOK: Sat out the 2010 season as a redshirt.

JSU OUTLOOK: Had a great spring and really focused on his mechanics.

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6-1 • 280 • Freshman Offensive Lineman Satasuma, Ala. • Satsuma, HS

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squires

5-11 • 170 • Sophomore Place Kicker Snellville, Ga. • South Gwinnett HS

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THomas

2010: Did not see any action.

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6-0 • 195 • Junior Safety Riverdale, Ga. • Riverdale HS

Team All-Region as a senior and selected to the North Georgia AllStar squad after his senior season…helped the CCHS Bulldogs to 25 wins over three seasons…tabbed the team’s Rookie of the Year as a sophomore and defensive honors as a freshman…also participated in track and field on the prep level…earned All-District and All-State First Team honors on the track as a junior and senior…named a Student of Distinction by the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

THOMAS’ 2010 Field Goal Sequence (Made/Missed) Date

12/4/10

Opponent

Wofford

FGM

FGA

LNG

FG Seq.

2

2

40

40, 35

THOMAS’ 2009 Field Goal Sequence (Made/Missed) Date

9/4/10

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@Ole Miss

No.

YDS

AVG.

LNG

1

31

31.0

31

I-20 TB

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6-0 • 195 • Sophomore Linebacker Anniston, Ala. • Anniston HS

JSU OUTLOOK: Moved to Mike Linebacker in the spring…a very smart defensive player that can play more than one position…worked hard in the spring to improve his game. JSU CAREER:

2010: Appeared in all 12 games for the Gamecocks as a redshirt freshman and earned the start at linebacker in the regular-season finale at Tennessee Tech…finished the year with 29 tackles, 24 solo, including two for a loss...notched a season-high 10 stops, all solo and one for a loss, on Oct. 2 against Murray State…recorded five tackles in that start at Tennessee Tech…picked up four against Austin Peay on Oct. 23. 2009: Sat out the 2009 season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Anniston High School for Alex Wilson…was a four-year letterman for the Bulldogs.

PERSONAL: Full name is Brenton Tolson…son of Erica Tolson… born on March 24, 1991…has one younger brother, Mauriceco and two sisters, Shamika and Jessica…major is undeclared at JSU.

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

JSU OUTLOOK: Had a very good spring and ended the workouts as the starter at nose...is expected to be one of the leaders on the defensive side of the ball. JSU CAREER:

2010: Appeared in the final 10 games of the season for the Gamecocks as a sophomore, starting four of them…recorded 31 tackles, 22 solo, for the Gamecocks, while picking up one sack and 4.0 tackles for a loss…added one quarterback hurry and one forced fumble…saw his first action of the season against Georgia State, carding a tackle in the win...posted his first sack of the season for an eight-yard loss against Eastern Illinois...finished the Murray State contest with five tackles, including 1.5 stops for a loss, and a forced fumble...carded four tackles, including a tackle for a loss against Tennessee State...tallied five tackles against Austin Peay...carded four tackles versus Eastern Kentucky... assisted on five tackles against SEMO along with a stop for a one-yard loss…tied his season high against Wofford with his fourth-five-tackle performance, one that also saw him notch his first quarterback hurry of the year.

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2009: Saw action as a reserve in nine of the Gamecocks’ 11 games in his freshman season…recorded 20 tackles, 11 solo, including a sack and 4.0 more behind the line of scrimmage…was credited with one pass defended…had one tackle for a loss in his JSU debut versus Georgia Tech (9/5)…credited with two tackles, one solo, a tackle for a loss and a pass deflection against Florida State (9/12)…had three tackles at Alabama A&M (9/19)…had a season-high six tackles and a sack at Nicholls State (9/26)…recorded two tackles, one solo, and a tackle for loss of 12 yards at Murray State (10/10)…had three tackles, two solo, at Austin Peay (10/31). 2008: Sat out the season as a redshirt.

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 Dimetrio Martinez Tyson…son of Junior and Bridgett Tyson…born on Oct. 10, 1989…has one older brother, Demetrious…majoring in biology. TYSON’S CAREER STATS TACKLES G

2008 2010 TOTAL

9 10 19

UA

13 21 32

A

7 10 19

Total

TFL

SACKS

G

UA

A

Total

Yds

2009 2010 TOTAL

9 10 19

1 1 2

0 0 0

20 31 51

4.0 4.0 8.0

1 1 2

Yds

17 25 43

PD

1 0 1

FF

0 1 1

Tackles Tackles for loss Sacks

No.

6 1 1

0 0 0

1 8 9

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FR

Opponent

Date

at Nicholls St. 5x last vs. Tennessee State 2x; last at Eastern Kentucky

9/26/09 10/16/10 9/25/10

TYSON’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Date

9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/4/10

Opponent

@Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds PBU

1 1 3 0 2 3 3 0 0 2

0 0 2 1 2 2 1 5 0 3

1 1 5 1 4 5 4 5 0 5

0-0 1-8 1.5-15 0-0 1.0-2 0-0 0-0 0.5-1 0.0 0.0

0-0 1-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TYSON’S 2009 GAME-BY-GAME Date

9/5/09 9/12/09 9/19/09 9/26/09 10/3/09 10/10/09 10/31/09 11/7/09 11/14/09

Opponent

@Georgia Tech @Florida State @Alabama A&M @Nicholls State UT Martin @Murray State @Austin Peay @SEMO Tenn. Tech

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds PBU

1 1 3 4 1 1 2 0 0

0 1 0 2 1 1 1 1 0

1 2 3 6 2 2 3 1 0

1 - 1 1 -3 0 -0 1 -1 0 -0 1 -12 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0

0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 1 -1 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0

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

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Ubi

6-6 • 302 • Freshman Offensive Lineman Meridianville, Ala. • Hazel Green HS

JSU CAREER:

2010: Sat out the 2010 season as a redshirt.

Pierre

6-3 • 185 • Freshman Wide Receiver Montgomery, Ala. • Marbury HS

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Warren

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Marbury High School for Kyle Glover…was a two-time All-Metro selection and was an AllCounty selection as a senior…was a four-year letterman and a three-year starter…helped the Bulldogs advance to the state playoffs…also lettered in basketball, where he was named team’s Most Valuable Player and was an all-area selection.

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6-1 • 195 • Freshman Signee Safety Prattville, Ala. • Prattville HS

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Warren

COACHES

PERSONAL: Full name is Johnny Ubi, Jr….son of Grace Ubi…born on April 1, 1992…major is undeclared at JSU.two sisters, Shamika and Jessica…major is undeclared at JSU.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Hazel Green High School for Alvin Palmer…was a three-year starter on the offensive line…graded out better than 90 percent on the season…voted top offensive lineman on the team.

OUTLOOK

JSU OUTLOOK: Continues to develop and improve…will compete for playing time this season.

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JSU CAREER: Did not see any action in 2010.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Marbury High School for Kyle Glover…was a first-team All-State selection by the Alabama Sports Writers Association as a senior in 2008…helped the Bulldogs to a 10-2 record as a junior as team set a school record by winning 10 games…advanced to the second round of the state playoffs…team made back-to-back state playoff appearances…also lettered in basketball, where he was named to the All-Metro team. www.JSUGamecockSports.com

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6-3 • 282 • Senior Defensive End Gadsden, Ala. • Southern Miss

• 2011 Preseason All-Ohio Valley Conference • 2010 Second Team All-OVC JSU OUTLOOK: Had a great spring and is a leader both on and off the field…finished the spring as a starter on the defensive line. JSU CAREER:

2010: Started all 12 games up front for the Gamecock defense as a junior…earned Second Team All-OVC honors after recording 46 tackles, 29 solo, three sacks and 6.5 stops for a loss…also recovered a fumble and returned it for a score in JSU’s upset of Ole Miss to open the season, his first career touchdown and fumble recovery…finished the Ole Miss win with four tackles, including a sack and a tackle for a loss...posted five tackles against Chattanooga...had a sack and a tackle for a loss in JSU’s win at Georgia State, his only two tackles in the game...registered six tackles, including a tackle for loss, in the Murray State contest...tied for the team lead with six tackles at UT Martin, while also recording a sack and two tackles for a loss...turned in four tackles versus Eastern Kentucky before notching six, including three for a loss, the next week vs. SEMO...finished with four tackles, including one for a loss, against Tennessee Tech…totaled a season-high seven stops, six solo and one for a loss, in the Gamecocks’ playoff game vs. Wofford. 2009: Saw action in seven of the Gamecocks’ 11 games, starting four at defensive end…recorded 30 tackles, 1.0 for a loss, while also being credited with two QB hurries…recorded a career-high six tackles in the season opener against Georgia Tech (9/5)...recorded six tackles, three solo, in his return against Eastern Illinois (10/24) after missing the previous four games due to an injury...recorded a career-high eight tackles, seven solo, at Austin Peay (10/31)...had three solo tackles against Southeast Missouri State (11/7)...had one solo tackle and two quarterback hurries (11/14)...in the season finale vs. Eastern Kentucky (11/21), assisted on six tackles, including one for a loss.

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 teambest five sacks and nine tackles behind the line of scrimmage…picked up two quarterback hurries…tied a career-high with four tackles, three solos, and had career-high two sacks against Tennessee State (11/5)...had one tackle assist versus Tennessee Tech (11/8)...recorded four tackles, two solos, 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 solos, and a tackle for loss against Southeast Missouri (10/4)...recorded two tackles, one solo, against Eastern Illinois (9/27)...

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had three tackles, two solo, against Alabama A&M (9/6)...made his JSU debut against Georgia Tech (8/28) after transferring from Southern Miss...recorded two tackles, one solo, and had one sack for a loss of three yards. OTHER COLLEGES: Sat out the 2007 season as a redshirt at Southern Miss.

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. 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. WADLEY’S CAREER STATS TACKLES G

UA

15 8 23 46

15 13 22 59

A

Total

30 30 45 105

8.5- 2.0 7.5 17.0

SACKS

UA

A

Total

Yds

2008 2009 2010 TOTAL 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

11 7 12 29 G

11 7 12 30

5 0 1 6

0 0 2 2

TFL

5.0 0.0 3.0 8.0

Yds

PD

43 5 0 73

0 0 0 0

FF

0 0 1 0

Tackles Tackles for loss Sacks Fumble Recovery

No.

8 2 2 1

0 0 1 1

32 0 15 47

WADLEY’S CAREER HIGH GAME STATS

FR

Opponent

Date

at Austin Peay vs. Tennessee State vs. Tennessee State vs. Ole Miss

10/31/09 11/15/08 11/15/08 9/4/10

WADLEY’S 2010 GAME-BY-GAME Date

9/4/10 9/11/10 9/18/10 9/25/10 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/6/10 11/13/10 11/20/10 12/4/10

Opponent

@Ole Miss Chattanooga @Georgia State @Eastern Illinois Murray State @UT Martin Tennessee State Austin Peay @Eastern Kentucky Southeast Missouri @Tennessee Tech Wofford

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds PBU

1 1 0 0 3 5 0 0 3 1 1 6

3 4 2 0 3 1 0 1 1 5 3 1

4 5 2 0 6 6 0 1 4 6 4 7

1.0-5 0-0 1-2 0-0 0.5-2 1.5-10 0-0 0-0 0-0 2.0-4 0.5-2 1.0-5

0 0.5-4 0.5-2 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 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


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INTRO OUTLOOK GAMECOCKS COACHES ABOUT JSU OPPONENTS REVIEW

WADLEY’S 2009 GAME-BY-GAME Date

Opponent

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds PBU

1 2 0 3 7 3 1 0

0 4 0 3 1 0 0 6

1 6 0 6 8 3 1 6

1 - 1 0 -0 0 -0 0 -0 1 -4 0 -0 0 -0 0.5-1

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

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Date

8/28/07 9/6/08 9/20/08 9/27/08 10/4/08 10/11/08 10/18/08 10/23/08 11/1/08 11/8/08 11/15/08

Opponent

@Georgia Tech Alabama A&M @Chattanooga (s) @Eastern Illinois (s) SEMO @Eastern Ky. (s) Murray State (s) @UT-Martin (s) Austin Peay (s) @Tenn. Tech (s) Tenn. State

UT AT TT TFL-Yds Scks-Yds Int-Yds PBU

1 2 2 1 3 0 4 0 2 0 3

1 1 0 1 1 3 0 0 2 1 1

2 3 2 2 4 3 4 0 4 1 4

1 - 0 0 - 0 1-9 0 - 0 1 - 3 0 - 0 1 - 1 0-0 1 - 2 0 - 0 2 - 16

1.0 - 3 0.0 - 0 1.0 - 9 0.0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 2 - 16

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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WADLEY’S 2008 GAME-BY-GAME

HISTORY

@Georgia Tech @Georiga Tech (s) @Florida State (s) Eastern Illinois @Austin Peay @SEMO (s) Tenn. Tech Eastern Kentucky

RECORDS

9/5/09 9/5/09 9/12/09 10/24/09 10/32/09 11/3/09 11/14/09 11/21/09

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Rayce

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HISTORY

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REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

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6-3 • 295 • Freshman Defensive Lineman Panama City, Fla. • Baylor

PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Sat out as a redshirt at Baylor in 2010.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Rutherford High School for Greg Rivers…was a ranked No. 28 by Rivals.com, No. 105 by Scout. com nationally among defensive linemen…named 82nd ranked player in state of Florida by Rivals.com…earned All-State secondteam honors by SunStateFootball.com…was a first-team AllDistrict 2 and first-team All-Bay County defense…played both sides of ball for Rutherford, recording 65 tackles, eight sacks, two forced fumbles and one pass breakup as senior…had 68 tackles, including 12 tackles for loss, and seven sacks as a junior in 2008… was a three-sport standout, playing football, basketball and track… threw discus for RHS track and field team. PERSONAL: Full name is Sean Patrick Watson, Jr…son of Charlene Lamar and Roswell Lamar…born on April 24, 1991… majoring is undeclared at JSU.

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5-11 • 180 • Freshman Signee Quarterback St. Augustine, Fla. • St. Augustine HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at St. Augustine High School for Joey Wiles…was a three-year starter and never lost a regular-season game while posting a 34-3 record as a starter…was an All-State selection after throwing for more than 1,700 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior…helped team to a No. 3 ranking an into the Class 3A semi-finals…led the Yellow Jackets to two district championships…holds the school record for most wins by a quarterback…had his best game as a senior after going 16-for-24 for 244 yards and three touchdowns in a 29-3 win over Matanzas…was selected to play in the Florida Shrine Bowl as a senior...emerged as the starter during his sophomore season when he guided team from a 19-0 deficit to defeat Bartram Trail 22-19 in just his second varsity game as he threw three touchdowns and completed a twopoint conversion pass.

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5-10 • 180 • Sophomore Runningback Niceville, Fla. • Niceville HS

JSU OUTLOOK: Was moved to runningback during the Spring and is expected to add depth to this position…is expected to see action on special teams again this season. JSU CAREER:

2010: Garnered playing time on special teams in all 12 games last season as a redshirt freshman…tallied three tackles on the season. 2009: Sat out the 2009 season as a redshirt.

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. 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.


Meet the 2011 GAMECOCKS MiKel

Whittier

JSU CAREER:

2010: Sat out the 2010 season as a redshirt.

JSU CAREER:

2010: Sat out the 2010 season as a redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Boaz High School for Drew Noles… helped the Pirates to four-straight playoff appearances…named region Most Valuable Player as a senior after recording 128 tackles, 22 tackles for loss, nine sacks and 10 hurries as a senior to earn honorablemention All-State honors…was named county Most Valuable Player. PERSONAL: Full name is Timothy Chase Williams…son of Tim and Amy Williams…born on April 13, 1992…major is undeclared at JSU.

2010: Did not see action as a freshman last season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Navarre High School for Chad Lashley…finished his senior year with 55 tackles, four tackles for loss, four caused fumbles, three blocked kicks and was named to the Northwest Florida Daily News first-team defense…was selected to the Pensacola Sports Association All-Star game, where he won the game’s Most Valuable Defensive Player Award.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Cedric Blair at Parker High School in Birmingham…was a four-year letterman for the Thundering Herd… helped the team advance to the state playoffs in 2006 as team went 6-4 during the regular-season…also ran track, where he had a person best of 54.66 in the 400-meter dash.

PERSONAL: Full name is Jewon Williams…son of Jeffery and Angela Williams…born on November 15, 1990…has three brothers, Bo, Jeff and Jerrell, and one younger sister, Jayla…major is undeclared at JSU.

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JSU CAREER:

2010: Saw limited action in three of the Gamecocks’ 12 games as a true freshman…made his debut in the season opener at Ole Miss… had two tackles, one at Georgia State and another at Eastern Illinois.

HISTORY

JSU OUTLOOK: Is expected to add depth to the defensive line.

JSU CAREER:

RECORDS

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6-2 • 277 • Sophomore Defensive Lineman Navarre, Fla. • Navarre HS

REVIEW

Williams

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6-0 • 212 • Sophomore Linebacker Birmingham, Ala. • Parker HS

OPPONENTS

Armani

Williams

ABOUT JSU

Jewon

PERSONAL: Full name is Mikel Deloch Whittier…son of Cynathia Ingram and Michael Whittier…born on January 25, 1990… has one younger brother, Johnny, and two younger sister, Jolissa and Jakini…majoring in Biology and Chemistry at JSU.

COACHES

HIGH SCHOOL: Played at Webster Groves High School in St. Louis for Cliff Ice, where he earned all-Metro and all-State honors after throwing for 2,299 yards and 19 touchdowns with just three interceptions as a senior in 2007…passed for more than 6,150 yards and 57 passing touchdowns, along with 20 rushing touchdowns… also earned all-conference honors on a state championship basketball team…was an honor roll student and academic award winner.

JSU OUTLOOK: Will help add depth to the Will Linebacker position.

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PREVIOUS SCHOOL: Played at Air Force Prep School, where he passed for more than 1,800 yards and 16 touchdowns as a freshman and also rushed for more than 600 yards and eight touchdowns.

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6-0 • 212 • Freshman Linebacker Boaz, Ala. • Boaz HS

OUTLOOK

JSU OUTLOOK: Moved from linebacker to defensive end during the spring…has great leadership skills and will push for playing time on special teams.

Williams

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6-3 • 221 • Sophomore Defensive End St. Louis, Mo. • Webster Groves HS Air Force Prep

Chase

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HISTORY OVC

6-5 • 302 • Freshman Signee Outside Linebacker Chickasaw, Ala. • Vigor HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Kerry Stevenson at Vigor High School…helped team to a perfect 15-0 record his sophomore year and a State Championship…team posted an 8-4 record his junior year and 9-4 his senior year after advancing to the state playoffs both years.

Tiger

Williams

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

JSU OUTLOOK: Is expected to add depth at corner this season. JSU CAREER:

2010: Did not see action during the 2010 season. 2009: Sat out the 2009 season as a redshirt.

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

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

Williams

Adam

Wright

6-2 • 270 • Freshman Signee Defensive Lineman Centerpoint, Ala. • Clay-Chalkville HS

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HIGH SCHOOL: Played for Jerry Hood at Clay-Chalkville High School…helped the Cougars to a 9-4 record and into the quarter-final round of the state playoffs…lettered three years…was a first-team All-Region selection after recording 117 tackles, 24 tackles for loss and 16 sacks as a senior…had his best game against Pell City, where he had 17 tackles, two sacks and four tackles for loss…also lettered in wrestling, where he is the 6A State Heavyweight Champion…posted a 109-3 record over his last two years.

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MEET HEAD COACH JACK CROWE

Jack Crowe

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

There have been many successful coaches in the 64-year history of the Ohio Valley Conference. Among those include Eastern Kentucky’s Roy Kidd, MTSU’s Boots Donnelly, and EIU’s Bob Spoo, who all three coaches have combined to win 559 games.

You can count Jack Crowe among that elite group as his 76.2 percent winning percentage in conference games is tops among all active coaches in the league. He has guided the Gamecocks to an eight-year mark of 48-15, while posting the best record in the OVC in 2003, 2004 and 2009. Crowe, who begins his 12th season leading Jax State, has guided the Gamecocks to eight consecutive winning seasons, which is the longest such streak in almost 20 years. The 2010 senior class left as the winningest four-year class since the Gamecocks left the Division II ranks in 1993. The senior class finished with a four-year record of 31-13, which is the most wins of any other four-year class since JSU moved to Division I. The Gamecocks enter the 2011 preseason having been ranked in the football polls for 30 consecutive weeks, which is the longest such stretch in the school’s 108-year football history. Jax State is the winningest team, by percentage, in the Ohio Valley Conference and in all of FCS football since joining the league in 2003. The Gamecocks have won 76.6 percent of their conference games, posting a 48-15 record, while Eastern Kentucky is second with a 70.6 all-time winning percentage. 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. 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 Football Championship Subdivision playoff berth. 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 also posted the best record in the Ohio Valley Conference in 2009 with a 9-3 mark and was just 53 seconds away from upsetting BCS national power Florida State. In 2010, Crowe led the Gamecocks to one of the most successful seasons in the school’s Division I history, posting a 9-3 overall record,

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and was ranked as high as No. 2 during the season. JSU also advanced to the second round of the NCAA playoffs and hosted its first home playoff game in 18 years at the newly renovated Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium while also claiming one of the biggest wins in school history with a 49-48 double-overtime thriller at Ole Miss. A native of Birmingham, Crowe has coached over 35 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 I-A level and also has college coaching stints at North Alabama and Livingston (now West Alabama). 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 Southwest conference championship. 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 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. 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 (1974-76) 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 he led the Yellow Jackets to a 21-11 record and two conference titles. Crowe is married to the former LeAnn Gaines of Anniston.


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Nicholls State North Alabama Northwestern State Ole Miss Rice SMU Samford Sam Houston State South Florida Southeast Louisiana Southeast Missouri State Southwest Texas Stephen F. Austin Tennessee-Martin Tennessee State Tennessee Tech Texas Texas A&M Texas A&I Texas Christian University Texas Tech Troy State Tulsa Tuskegee UAB Western Kentucky Wofford TOTAL

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

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Active Winningest Coaches in Ohio Valley Conference (All games)* 1. Jack Crowe, Jax State 60-30 .667 2. Jason Simpson, UTM 32-25 .561 3. Dean Hood, EKU 19-15 .559 4. Bob Spoo, EIU 90-73 .552 5. Watson Brown (APSU/TTU) 32-35 .478

OVC

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

4-0 0-2 1-0 4-1 0-2 5-1 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-2 4-4 4-4 1-0 0-1 0-3 0-1 0-1 1-0 0-2 1-1 0-2 0-1 2-0 0-3 0-1 0-1 1-1 0-2 7-1

HISTORY

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

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

RECORDS

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

(Head Coaching Record)

REVIEW

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

Crowe vs All Opponents

OPPONENTS

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

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ABOUT JSU

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

TOTAL

COACHES

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

9-3 8-3 8-3 6-5 6-5 6-5 9-2 8-4 5-6 5-6 4-6 0-1 6-6 3-8 3-7 2-8

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

Jacksonville State Jacksonville State Jacksonville State Jacksonville State Jacksonville State Jacksonville State Jacksonville State Jacksonville State Jacksonville State Jacksonville State Jacksonville State Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas Livingston Livingston

OUTLOOK

2000-A: Jacksonville State University Head Football Coach Record: 74-48 – 2003, 2004 OVC Champs

2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1992 1991 1990 1978 1977

INTRO

Jack Crowe File The

Crowe’s Year-by-Year Record

Active Winningest Coaches in Ohio Valley Conference (OVC-only games) 1. Jack Crowe, Jax State 48-15 .762 2. Dean Hood, EKU 17-6 .739 3. Bob Spoo, EIU 67-37 .644 4. Jason Simpson, UTM 25-14 .641 *Only includes games as a member of the OVC www.JSUGamecockSports.com

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MEET THE COACHES

Ronnie Letson Assistant Coach

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

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INTRO

Offensive Coordinator /Quarterbacks Ronnie Letson begins his eighth season coordinating the Gamecocks offense and will also coach quarterbacks for JSU head coach Jack Crowe for the 2011 season.

Last season, the Gamecocks posted one of the most successfual seasons in the school’s Division I history, finishing with a 9-3 overall record, and was ranked as high as No. 2 during the 2010 season.

JSU also advanced to the second round of the NCAA playoffs and hosted its first home playoff game in 18 years at the newly renovated BurgessSnow Field at JSU Stadium, while also claiming one of the biggest wins in school history with a 49-48 double-overtime thriller at Ole Miss. Jax State led the Ohio Valley Conference in passing efficiency with a 140.39 rating, which also ranked 17th nationally. The Gamecocks also ranked among the conference leaders in total offense (384.17), passing offense (217.7) and was ranked 12th nationlly with 32.17 points per game. Letson also coached OVC Freshman of the Year Coty Blanchard, who will be remembered for his 30-yard touchdown pass to Kevyn Cooper on fourth down in the second overtime to tie the game at Ole Miss and his two-point conversion pass to Calvin Middleton to give the Gamecocks the win over the Rebels. In 2009, the Gamecocks once again led the Ohio Valley Conference in total offense, averaging 431.1 yards per game, which ranked eighth nationally. Under Letson, the Gamecocks also led the OVC in rushing offense (188.8), scoring offense (35.0), and passing efficiency (161.2) in 2009 as JSU posted the best record in the OVC with an 8-3 mark.

Letson also coached OVC Player of the Year in Ryan Perrilloux, who went on to earn All-America honors after leading the conference in passing efficiency (172.58) and ranked fourth nationally in points responsible for (18.6 points/game).

The senior quarterback also set several other single-season school records, including touchdowns responsible for (31), total offense per game (279.3) and total offense per play (8.36). He finished his two-year career as Jax State’s career leader in passing yards per game (222.3) and total offense per game (260.9) and had a career passing efficiency of 154.9. The LaPlace, La., native finished the 2009 season with 2,350 yards, which was the third best in school history, and his 42 career passing touchdowns is third, while his 61.0 completion percentage is also third in school history. The senior signal caller won Offensive Player of the Week honors seven times in 2009, which is an OVC record, and he claimed the honor nine times during his two-year career to tie for the most-ever in the league’s 61-year history.

In 2008, the Gamecocks led the OVC in total offense, averaging 408.1 yards per game, and finished 15th nationally in that category. The Gamecocks posted an 8-3 record in 2008 and was the last team left out of the NCAA playoffs. 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.

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The year before in 2005, the JSU rushing offense led the conference for the third-straight 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 2000-01, 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 last-second win over Oklahoma. Letson was also a member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll and the University of Mississippi Athletic Academic Honor Roll.

Letson, 34, is married to the former Vanessa Deliso, and the couple has one son, Tripp.

PERSONAL Full Name: Family: Born:

Ronald Irvin Letson, Jr. Wife (former Vanessa Deliso) ); Children – son, Tripp September 26, 1976

EDUCATION High School: College:

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

PLAYING EXPERIENCE University of Mississippi (1995-99)

Played for three straight bowl championship teams for the Rebels, including a lastsecond win over Oklahoma in the 1999 Independence Bowl.

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2000-01 2002 2003 2004 2005-07 2008-A

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) Jacksonville State University (Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks)


MEET THE COACHES

Chris Boone Assistant Coach

Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Chris Boone begins his first season coordinating the Gamecock defense for head coach Jack Crowe and will also coach linebackers.

Nationally, the Skyhawk defense was ranked among the top 20 in the same five categories: rushing defense (17), pass efficiency defense (2), total defense (6), scoring defense (13) and pass defense (7).

Boone had five players earn All-Ohio Valley Conference honors during the 2006 season, Joel Kilpatrick, Markeseo Jackson, Kevin Rondo, Nate Wilson and Dontrell Miller.

High School: College:

West Jones High School (1991) Southern Miss (1997)

Southern Miss (1994-95) Jones Junior College (1991-92)

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

COACHING EXPERIENCE 1996-97 1997 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2002-03 2004-05 2006-07 2008-10 2011-A

OVC

Statistically, Boone’s defense was ranked No. 1 in the Ohio Valley Conference in five categories: rushing defense, pass efficiency defense, total defense, scoring defense and pass defense.

EDUCATION

Christopher S. Boone Wife (former Coco Walker); Children – daughters (Cameron and Casidee); son (Colton) May 2, 1973

HISTORY

The Skyhawks finished their 2006 campaign with a 9-3 overall record and a 6-1 Ohio Valley Conference record and championship. The team was ranked 13th in the nation and advanced to the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs for the first time in school history.

Full Name: Family: Born:

RECORDS

The team finished the season with a 4-7 overall record and a 4-4 mark in the OVC. Linebacker Josh Yarbrough led the team in tackles and earned All-OVC honors and honorable mention All-America honors from the Sports Network.

PERSONAL

REVIEW

In 2007, the Skyhawks closed out the season by winning four of their last five games.

Boone is married to the former Coco Walker, and the couple has two daughters and a son.

OPPONENTS

Boone had two first team All-OVC selections including defensive lineman Ray Williams and defensive back Dontrell Miller that season. Miller earned All-America honors from the Associated Press, the AFCA and the Sports Network. He was also included in CSN’s Fabulous 50 team. Miller led the nation and set school records, scoring five defensive touchdowns.

Boone played at Jones County Junior College from 1991-93 before finishing at the University of Southern Miss from 1995-96.

ABOUT JSU

In 2008, Boone’s defense led the OVC and finished sixth in the nation in fumbles recovered as his team posted an 8-4 record and ranked 21st nationally. The UT Martin defense led the OVC in sacks (31), as 17 different players recorded at least one sack, and ranked 19th in the nation in that category. The UT Martin defense also led the OVC and finished seventh nationally in tackles for loss.

From 1998-99, Boone coached the linebackers and special teams at Wayne County High School in Mississippi, helping lead them to the state playoffs for the first time in school history and Boone also coached the linebackers and special teams at Pearl River Community College in 1997. From 1996-97, Boone was the defensive student assistant at Southern Miss, where the Golden Eagles won the Conference USA Championship with an 8-3 record.

COACHES

In 2009, Boone led the Skyhawks to a season-opening 56-0 shutout over Iowa Wesleyan. It was the Skyhawks’ third shutout since 2006, Boone’s first year on the staff. The Skyhawks finished fourth in total defense that season.

From 2000-02, Boone coached the defensive line and served as the recruiting coordinator at the University of Arkansas at Monticello, where the team posted an 8-3 record and was nationally ranked during the 2000 season. He served as the defensive graduate assistant at UAB from 1999-00.

GAMECOCKS

The Skyhawks led the Ohio Valley Conference in total defense, passing defense, passing efficiency defense, first-down and third-down defense in 2010. UT Martin had three defensive players earn AllOVC honors, including Josh Bey, who was an All-America selection as a junior in 2009.

OUTLOOK

In addition to serving as defensive coordinator, Boone also served as the Skyhawks’ assistant head coach and coached the safeties from the he joined the team in 2006. His teams have been ranked in the top 4 in total defense in four of the five years.

Boone coached linebackers and served as the pro liaison from 2002-04 at Nicholls State University, where he helped lead the Colonels to their first Southland Conference championship appearance in 2003 while coaching All-Southland Conference players Penn Morris, Torrian Thomas and James Miller. In 2002, Nicholls State led the Southland Conference in scoring defense, giving up only 17 points per game as the Colonels finished with a 7-4 record.

INTRO

Boone has a wealth of experience in the Ohio Valley Conference, serving as the defensive coordinator at UT Martin for the last five years. The Skyhawks ranked near the top of the OVC in total defense during his tenure, including leading the league in total defense in 2010 after allowing just 299.3 yards per game to rank 12th nationally.

Before working at UT Martin, Boone served as the secondary coach and defensive coordinator at East Central Community College for two seasons (2004-05). His defense was ranked No. 1 in Mississippi in forcing turnovers (27) and was second in the state and 23rd in the nation in total defense (allowing 258 yards per game). The defense was also second in the state and ninth in the nation in rush defense, giving up 87 yards per game.

Southern Miss (Defensive Student Assistant) Pearl River Community College (Linebackers/Special Teams) Wayne County (Miss.) High School (Linebackers/Special Teams) UAB (Defensive Graduate Assistant) Arkansas-Monticello (Defensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator) Nicholls State (Linebackers) East Central Community College (Defensive Coordinator/Secondary) UT Martin (Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers) UT Martin (Defensive Coordinator/Safeties) Jacksonville State University (Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers)

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MEET THE COACHES

Jimmy Ogle

Brandon Cooper Assistant Coach Cornerbacks

Cooper spent the last three years at UT Martin coaching corners with current Gamecock Defensive Coordinator Chris Boone, where the Skyhawks ranked near the top of the Ohio Valley Conference during his tenure. Tennessee-Martin led the league in total defense in 2010 after allowing just 299.3 yards per game, and also led the conference in total defense, passing defense, passing efficiency defense, first down and third down defense in 2010. UT Martin had three defensive players earn All-OVC honors, including Josh Bey, who was an All-America selection as a junior in 2009.

In 2009, the Skyhakws posted a 56-0 shutout over Iowa Wesleyan to open the season, which marked the third shutout for UTM since 2006.

As a defensive graduate assistant in 2008, UTM led the OVC and finished sixth in the nation in fumbles recovered while also leading the league in sacks (31) and finished 19th in the nation in that category. The UT Martin defense also led the OVC and finished seventh nationally in tackles for loss. Cooper was a four-year letterman for the Skyhawks and helped lead UT Martin to its first-ever Ohio Valley Conference Championship as a senior in 2006. He finished with 36 total tackles and five pass breakups to help UTM post a 9-3 record and into the NCAA playoffs.

The Cincinnati, Ohio, native played running back and cornerback for four years at Aiken High School, where he was an All-State selection as a junior and senior. He also earned All-State honors in baseball, while also running in track as a freshman and sophomore. Cooper, 26, earned his bachelor’s degree in health and human performance from Tennessee-Martin.

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

Brandon Cooper begins his first season on Jack Crowe’s staff and will coach cornerbacks for the 2011 season.

Assistant Coach Runningbacks/Recruiting

Jimmy Ogle begins his 12th season on head coach Jack Crowe’s staff, and the 2011 season marks his 11th coaching the Gamecock running backs. Ogle has established the Gamecock running attack as one of the best in the Ohio Valley Conference after leading the league in rushing four times, including a 188.8 average in 2009 (15th nationally), 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, the Gamecocks posted one of the most successfual seasons in the school’s Division I history, finishing with a 9-3 overall record, and was ranked as high as No. 2 during the season. JSU also advanced to the second round of the NCAA playoffs and hosted its first home playoff game in 18 years at the newly renovated Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium, while also claiming one of the bibest wins in school history with a 49-48 double-overtime thriller at Ole Miss. Jax State led the Ohio Valley Conference in passing efficiency with a 140.39 rating, which also ranked 17th nationally. The Gamecocks also ranked among the conference leaders in total offense (384.17), passing offense (217.7) and was ranked 12th nationlly with 32.17 points per game. Calvin Middleton has led the team in rushing the last two years, finishing with 514 yards and seven touchdowns last season, and 629 yards and sixth touchdowns in 2009. Additionally, freshman Darius Barksdale rushed for 389 yards to earn OVC All-Newcomer honors. 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 singleseason 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. Ogle is married to the former Kaci Smith and the couple has one daughter, Abbie, and one son, Jim.

PERSONAL Full Name: Family:

PERSONAL Full Name: Family: Born:

EDUCATION

Born: Brandon Rashaun Cooper Single October 28, 1984.

High School: College:

Aiken High School (2003) UT Martin (2007)

UT Martin (2003-06)

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2007-08 2009-10 2011-A

UT Martin (Graduate Assistant/Linebackers) UT Martin (Cornerbacks) Jacksonville State University (Cornerbacks)

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EDUCATION High School: College:

James M. Ogle, Jr. Wife (former Kaci Smith); Children daughter Abbie (12); son Jim (6) August 7, 1973 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.

COACHING EXPERIENCE 1994-97 1998-99 2000 2001-03 2004-07 2008-A

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)


MEET THE COACHES

Maxwell Thurmond

Adam Ross

Wide Receivers/ Special Teams

Assistant Coach Offensive Line

Adam Ross begins his eighth season on the Gamecock coaching staff and will coach the offensive line for the first time for Jack Crowe in 2011.

Max Thurmond begins his 10th season on the Gamecock coaching staff and his first on the offensive side of the ball by coaching wide receivers for Jack Crowe in 2011.

JSU also advanced to the second round of the NCAA playoffs and hosted its first home playoff game in 18 years at the newly renovated Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium, while also claiming one of the bibest wins in school history with a 49-48 double-overtime thriller at Ole Miss.

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.

Ross, 32, earned his B.S. in special education from Jax State in 2002 and a Master’s in Educational Administration from the University in 2003.

Full Name: Family: Born:

High School: College:

Thurmond, 33, holds a degree in Exercise Science. He is married to the former Gresha Johnson and he has a son, Maxwell Thurmond, Jr. (14) and a daughter, Asha Thurmond (14).

PERSONAL Adam Hunt Ross Single August 8, 1979 Marietta High School (1997) Jacksonville State University (2002) Special Education Jacksonville State University (2003) Masters Educational Administration

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Jacksonville State University (1998-2001) COACHING EXPERIENCE 2002 2003 2004-07 2008-10 2011-A

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.

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

Full Name: Family: Born:

EDUCATION

Maxwell Thurmond Married to the former Gresha Johnson, son Maxwell Sidney-George Thurmond, Jr. (15) and daughter, Asha Myel Thurmond (15) March 1, 1978

High School: College:

Worth County High School (1996) Jacksonville State University (2001)

Jacksonville State (1996-2000)

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EDUCATION

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.

HISTORY

PERSONAL

JSU led the OVC in scoring defense for the third straight year in 2009, allowing just 17.09 points per game. The Gamecocks also led the OVC in total defense (304.82), pass defense (154.91) and pass efficiency defense (103.99).

RECORDS

The Marietta, Ga., native was an All-Academic performer for Jax State and was a threeyear starter on the Gamecock offensive line. JSU led the Southland in rushing his senior season and finished ninth nationally.

In 2008, 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.

REVIEW

In 2009, the Gamecocks once again led the Ohio Valley Conference in total offense, averaging 431.1 yards per game, which ranked eighth nationally. Under Letson, the Gamecocks also led the OVC in rushing offense (188.8), scoring offense (35.0), and passing efficiency (161.2) in 2009 as JSU posted the best record in the OVC with an 8-3 mark.

The Gamecocks joined the OVC in 2003 and immediately led the Ohio Valley Conference in rushing defense for the first 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.

OPPONENTS

In 2008, Jax State averaged 408.1 yards per game to lead the OVC in total offense and finished the season 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).

With Thurmond helping on defense, the Gamecocks have been one of the most dominating defenses in the Ohio Valley Conference since joining the league in 2003.

ABOUT JSU

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 led 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 led the Ohio Valley Conference in passing efficiency with a 140.39 rating, which also ranked 17th nationally. The Gamecocks also ranked among the conference leaders in total offense (384.17), passing offense (217.7) and was ranked 12th nationlly with 32.17 points per game.

COACHES

Ross, a four-year letterman for the Gamecocks from 1998-2001, worked with the offensive line as a student assistant in 2002 before coaching tackles and tight ends as a graduate assistant in 2003.

JSU also advanced to the second round of the NCAA playoffs and hosted its first home playoff game in 18 years at the newly renovated Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium, while also claiming one of the bibest wins in school history with a 49-48 double-overtime thriller at Ole Miss.

GAMECOCKS

Jax State led the Ohio Valley Conference in passing efficiency with a 140.39 rating, which also ranked 17th nationally. The Gamecocks also ranked among the conference leaders in total offense (384.17), passing offense (217.7) and was ranked 12th nationlly with 32.17 points per game.

Last season, the Gamecocks posted one of the most successfual seasons in the school’s Division I history, finishing with a 9-3 overall record, and was ranked as high as No. 2 during the season.

OUTLOOK

Last season, the Gamecocks posted one of the most successfual seasons in the school’s Division I history, finishing with a 9-3 overall record, and was ranked as high as No. 2 during the season.

Thurmond, who spent the last seven years with the outside linebackers and two years coaching cornerbacks, will also coordinate the Gamecock special teams this season.

INTRO

Ross spent the last seven years coaching tight ends and also coordinated the Gamecock recruiting efforts for the past three seasons.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2001 2002-03 2004-05 2006-10 2011-A

Jacksonville State (Graduate Assistant/Secondary) Jacksonville State (Outside Linebackers) Jacksonville State (Cornerbacks) Jacksonville State (Outside Linebackers) Jacksonville State (Wide Receivers/Special Teams)

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MEET THE COACHES

Matt Wannebo

Tommy Joe Whiddon

Safeties

Assistant Coach Tight Ends

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

One of the most experienced coaches on the staff, Matt Wannebo enters his 12th season on Jack Crowe’s staff and he will coach safetites for the 2011 season.

Tommy Joe Whiddon begins his first season on the Gamecock coaching staff, but is no stranger to Jacksonville State after spending four years as a player and three years as a student assistant coach for Jack Crowe.

Wannebo returns to the defensive side of the ball this year after spending the last two seasons coaching wide receivers. Prior to that, he coached on the defensive side for nine seasons for the Gamecocks.

Last season, the Gamecocks posted one of the most successfual seasons in the school’s Division I history, finishing with a 9-3 overall record, and was ranked as high as No. 2 during the season.

JSU also advanced to the second round of the NCAA playoffs and hosted its first home playoff game in 18 years at the newly renovated Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium, while also claiming one of the bibest wins in school history with a 49-48 double-overtime thriller at Ole Miss. Jax State led the Ohio Valley Conference in passing efficiency with a 140.39 rating, which also ranked 17th nationally. The Gamecocks also ranked among the conference leaders in total offense (384.17), passing offense (217.7) and was ranked 12th nationlly with 32.17 points per game.

The 2009 Gamecock offense once again led the Ohio Valley Conference in total offense, averaging 431.1 yards per game, which ranked eighth nationally. Jax State also led the OVC in rushing offense (188.8), scoring offense (35.0), and passing efficiency (161.2) in 2010 as JSU posted the best record in the OVC with an 8-3 mark. With Wannebo helping on defense, the Gamecocks began their domination on that side of the ball, where the Gamecocks led the OVC in defense for four straight years. In 2008, 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. 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.

Whiddon served as a student assistant for the Gamecocks for three years, working with tight ends in 2007, working with quarterbacks in 2008 and with receivers in 2009. In 2008, Whiddon worked with former Gamecock All-American quarterback Ryan Perrilloux, who led the team with 2,318 passing yards and led the OVC with 14.16 points responsible for as a junior. In 2009, he coached first-team All-OVC receiver James Wilkerson, who led the Gamecocks with 716 yards on 36 receptions as the Gamecocks posted the best record in the Ohio Valley Conference with an 8-3 record. Whiddon served as defensive quality control at Auburn University last season as the Tigers posted a perfect 14-0 record and claimed the BCS National Championship. He worked primarily with the defensive line with Tracy Rocker and coached Nick Fairley, who went on to win the Lombardi Award. Whiddon was a four-year letterman for the Gamecocks from 2003-07 and was a member of both the 2003 and 2004 Ohio Valley Conference Championship teams. He finished with a four-year record of 29-16, including an 8-4 record in 2003 and 9-2 in 2004. A native of Niceville, Fla., Whiddon prepped at Niceville High School for John Hicks. He has two younger brothers, John Houston, who was a three-year letterwinner for the Gamecocks from 2008-10, and Rayce, will be a sophomore on this year’s team. Whiddon, 26, is married to the former Kristen Hicks.

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.. 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.

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

PERSONAL Full Name: Family: Born:

EDUCATION

Matt Wannebo Single May 14, 1959

High School: College:

Cooper High School (1977) Hamline University (1981)

Hamline University

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

COACHING EXPERIENCE 1982 1983-86 1986-88 1988-90 1990-92 1992-96 1996-98 2000-08 2009-10 2011-A

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) Jacksonville State University (Wide Receivers) Jacksonville State University (Safeties)

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PERSONAL

Full Name: Thomas Joseph Whiddon Family: Married (Kristen Hicks) Born: January 28, 1985

EDUCATION

High School: Niceville High School (2003) College: Jacksonville State University (2007) M.P.A. Jacksonville State University (2010)

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Jacksonville State (2003-07)

2003 and 2004 Ohio Valley Conference Championship

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011-A

Jacksonville State (student assistant/tight ends) Jacksonville State (student assistant/quarterbacks) Jacksonville State (student assistnat/wide receivers) Auburn University (defensive quality control/ defensive line) Jacksonville State (Tight Ends)


MEET THE COACHES

Davern Williams Assistant Coach Defensive Line

Support Staff

Davern Williams, who was a seventh-round draft pick of the Miami Dolphins, begins his third season on the Gamecock coaching staff and will coach the defensive line for Jack Crowe in 2011.

Aaron Dobbins Student Assistant

Kortne Gosha Student Assistant

Shea Monroe Student Assistant

Mike Johnson Student Assistant

Will Stansell Student Assistant

Kane Wommack Student Assistant

GAMECOCKS

The Gamecocks have been one of the most dominating defenses in the Ohio Valley Conference over the last five years.

Last season, the Gamecocks had four players on the defensive side of the ball earned AllOVC honors, including first-team selections Monte Lewis (DL) and Keginald Harris. Jaminson Wadley (DL) and Antonio Bonner (LB) each earned second-team honors.

COACHES

JSU led the OVC in scoring defense for the third-straight year in 2009, allowing just 17.09 points per game. The Gamecocks also led the OVC in total defense (304.82), pass defense (154.91) and pass efficiency defense (103.99). Jax State also had three players named to the All-OVC first-team defense with Brandt Thomas (DL), Alexander Henderson (LB) and T.J. Heath (DB) leading the way. Carnell Clark (DB) was a second-team selection for the Gamecocks in 2009. Heath also garnered All-America honors from his defensive back position by several national publications.

OPPONENTS

Williams coached the defensive line at Huntingdon College for two years before joining Mike DuBose at Millsaps for the 2008 season.

REVIEW

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

RECORDS

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 Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Football Classic. He also participated in basketball and track and field at Jefferson Davis.

Full Name: Family: Born:

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)

OVC

EDUCATION

Davern L. Williams Single February 13, 1980

HISTORY

PERSONAL

ABOUT JSU

Williams spent the 2008 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.

OUTLOOK

JSU also advanced to the second round of the NCAA playoffs and hosted its first home playoff game in 18 years at the newly renovated Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium, while also claiming one of the bibest wins in school history with a 49-48 double-overtime thriller at Ole Miss.

INTRO

Last season, the Gamecocks posted one of the most successfual seasons in the school’s Division I history, finishing with a 9-3 overall record, and was ranked as high as No. 2 during the season.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2006-07 2008 2009-A

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

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Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium The Jacksonville State University Board of Trustees approved to name its football field Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium in the summer of 2010 and the Gamecocks will play their 64th season in the facility this year.

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.

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, was renamed in 1961 to honor longtime JSU supporter Paul Snow. Then in July of 2010, the stadium was renamed Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium.

The stadium got a facelift 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 opening in 1946, Jacksonville State has posted an incredible 23994-8 record at home. Under Crowe, the Gamecocks are 39-17 all-time at home.

JSU Stadium just completed a $47 million expansion just in time for the 2010 season. The new facility consists 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

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

The football playing facility has been called Paul Snow Stadium since the 1961 season, but will now also honor former coach Bill Burgess, who led the Gamecocks to the 1992 NCAA Division II National Championship.

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television broadcast facilities, and a game management booth. The stadium was also expanded and now includes 24,000 seats.

The natural playing surface 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 months 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 Burgess-Snow Field is the only on-campus facility in the OVC to feature two scoreboards. Jacksonville State’s first win in renovated Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium came the hard way, in 2010, but it is one Gamecock fans remember well.

After a lightning delay that pushed kickoff back 86 minutes, the 22,186 in attendance saw the fifth-ranked Jacksonville State football team score 21 unanswered points to pull of its second fourth-quarter come-frombehind win, a 21-17 thriller over Chattanooga.

One week after the second-largest crowd to ever watch JSU play saw the Gamecocks rally for a double-overtime win over Ole Miss, the largest home crowd in Gamecock history saw junior Marques Ivory find junior James Shaw for a 72-yard touchdown strike with 1:16 remaining and hand the Mocs (0-2) their second heartbreaking loss in as many weeks.

The record for a single-game crowd for a football game at Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium was set in stadium dedication game of 2010 versus Chattanooga when 22,186 fans witnessed the Gamecocks claim a 21-17 win over the Mocs.


The History

Fight Song

Fight on, fight on for ole Jax State

We’re proud that we’re 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!

The Alma Mater

REVIEW

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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Alma Mater, Alma Mater, Grateful voices raise A song of tribute and devotion, 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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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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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

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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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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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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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Dr. William A. Meehan President

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r. William A. Meehan begins his 13th 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 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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Dr. Meehan is well aware of the benefits of college athletics and what athletics adds to the college experience.

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“I’m very proud of the fact that we have won 46 Ohio Valley Conference Championships and two Women’s All-Sports 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 post-season competition in many of our sports, which brings national exposure and prestige to our University. “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 student-athletes with a 3.0 grade point average or higher.” In 2012 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. His vision for the future is based on the philosophy that higher education is an engine for economic development serving society and the individual. Dr. Meehan began a five-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. Dr. Meehan began a two-year term on the NCAA Executive


Committee in May of 2011 and is just one of four non-FBS President’s selected for this prestigious honor. In his new role on the NCAA Executive Committee, Dr. Meehan will play a part in the final approval and oversight of the NCAA’s budget; provide strategic planning for the NCAA as a whole; and act on behalf of the NCAA by adopting and iplementing policies to resolve core issues and other NCAA matters.

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The NCAA Executive Committee consists of 20 members, including 12 members of the Division I Board, two members of the Division II Presidents Council, two members of the Division III Presidents Council, the president of the NCAA and the chairs of the divisional councils.

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Dr. Meehan was also selected by his Presidential peers to serve as the chairman of the NCAA President’s Advisory Group for 201213. This advisory group’s primary role is to provide the perspective of the 20 conferences that do not have permanent seats on the NCAA Board of Directors. The group also reviews NCAA Division I Leadership Council and Legislative Council recommendations, provides direction on academic policies and suggests implementation methods of any appointed task force group reports.

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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. 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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Warren D. “Moose” Koegel

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arren D. “Moose” Koegel begins his first season as Athletics Director at Jacksonville State University after being named as the school’s sixth full-time Athletics Director on June 1, 2011. Warren D. “Moose” Koegel begins his first season as Athletics Director at Jacksonville State University after being named as the school’s sixth full-time Athletics Director on June 1, 2011. Koegel brings a wealth of experience to Jacksonville State, including a 10-year stint as Director of Athletics at Coastal Carolina University.

“We are very excited to have someone with the experience of Mr. Koegel to lead our athletics department,” said University President Dr. William A. Meehan. “His experience in athletic fundraising and facility upgrades was an overwhelming factor in my decision. He has outstanding credentials and contacts, which should only enhance our entire athletics department.” During his tenure at Coastal Carolina, the Chanticleers made 56 NCAA Championship appearances, won 48 Big South Conference Championships and won five Sasser Cups, which is awarded to the top athletic program in the Big South Conference.

“I’m very excited about the opportunity to serve as the Athletic Director at Jacksonville State,” Koegel said. “As we move forward, I want to continue the success that JSU has experienced over the last eight years by winning 46 OVC Championships. I look forward to working with the University community, including the faculty, staff, students, alumni, former athletes and friends of the University.” Koegel was named the 2008 NACDA

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Southeast Region Division I FCS Athletic Director of the Year. He also experience on the NCAA level, having served on the Football Championship Subdivision Committee, Football Issues Committee, and the Football Academic Working Group.

“We are extremely delighted that Mr. Koegel will be leading our athletics department,” Mr. Jim Bennett, Chairman of the Jacksonville State Board of Trustees, said. “We were very impressed with his fundraising experience at Coastal Carolina and with all of the facility upgrades that were completed under his leadership. He certainly brings a wealth of experience that we feel will only continue to move our athletics department forward.”

While at Coastal, Koegel was responsible for the addition of football to the Chanticleers’ athletic department in 2003. The team won its first of four Big South Championships in 2004 and advanced to the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs twice during his tenure. Koegel oversaw the completion of a 10,000-seat state-of-the-art stadium in 2003, a new athletic facility that houses the football program and includes an expanded weight room, training room, team meeting rooms, locker rooms for football, offices for all football coaches and staff and several conference rooms.

He also added new dugouts and seats for baseball and softball, upgraded and built new locker rooms, a new open-air roofed hitting facility for baseball and softball, was involved in the planning and design of a new convocation center currently under construction, and made numerous other facility improvements to baseball, softball, track, golf, tennis and soccer.

“We are very pleased to welcome Mr. Koegel to the Gamecock family,” said Mr. Jim Folsom, Chairman of the Jacksonville State Board of Trustees’ Athletics Committee. “We are very confident that he will continue to lead our athletic

department in a positive direction.”

Koegel went to Coastal Carolina from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where he had served as an associate athletic director from 1998-2000 under former JSU Athletics Director Oval Jaynes.

At Chattanooga, Koegel helped manage a $6.2 million budget for 16 NCAA Division I sports. His other administrative responsibilities included business operations, athletic scholarships, marketing and serving as the liaison to the coaching staff. He also served on the steering committee for the NCAA I-AA National Championship Football Game. Prior to his stint at Chattanooga, he had served on the football coaching staffs at the University of Connecticut, Rutgers University and the University of Wyoming. During his tenure on the football coaching staff at the University of Connecticut from 1992 to 1997, he was recruiting coordinator and defensive line coach as well as interim head coach in 1993. Koegel was an assistant football coach at Rutgers University from 1984 to 1990 and Wyoming University from 1977 to 1983. Koegel played in the National Football League from 1971 to 1975, spending time with the Oakland Raiders, St. Louis Cardinals and New York Jets. He starred at Penn State University under legendary football coach Joe Paterno, where he earned All-American honors. He was co-captain of the Nittany Lions his senior season and earned a bachelor’s degree in 1971. During his college career, he was a Third Team All-American as a senior and played on two Orange Bowl championship teams. He also played in the Hula Bowl, East-West Shrine Game and the College All-State Game. Koegel received Penn State’s Dedicated Player and Outstanding Senior Awards. Koegel and his wife Elaine have one daughter, Kathryn.


Jacksonville State University

Board of Trustees

Governor Dr. Robert Bentley

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Governor of Alabama

Dr. Joseph B. Morton

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

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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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State Superintendent of Education

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District 6-Birmingham, AL

Dr. Robert Bentley

District 7, Tuscaloosa, AL

Governor

Dr. Joseph B. Morton State Superintendent of Education

Jim Coxwell

District 3-Anniston, AL

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Jim Bennett

Thomas W. Dedrick, Sr.

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District 1-Gulf Shores, AL

Jim Folsom

District 4-Cullman, AL

Randy Jones

District 5-Guntersville, AL

Randy Owen

Member at Large-Ft. Payne, AL

G. Mack Roberts

District 2-Montgomery, AL

Ronald Smith

District 3-Jacksonville, AL

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The William Taylor Stewart Strength and Conditioning Center is located in Kennamer Hall and is located in Kennamer Hall and is widely regarded as one of the top training facilities in the Ohio Valley Conference. With more than 6,000 square feet, it is home to a wide array of strength building machines that has played a large role in JSU’s 46 Conference Championships over the last eight years.

The strength and conditioning staff is headed by Scott Austin, who enters his 10th season at JSU in 2011-12. 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 State Military and served 19 months in Iraq, beginning in 2006 and ending in the fall of 2007.

Also playing a vital role in the JSU Strength and Conditioning department is Ricky Rutledge, a former head football coach at Jacksonville High School. Rutledge enters his sixth season with the Gamecocks. Former All-American kicker Gavin Hallford is in his first season working in the Strength and Conditioning department. He is JSU’s all-time leading scorer in football with 311 career points.

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Scott Austin

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Gavin Hallford

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Ricky Rutledge

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Sports Medicine Facilities and Staff

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Primary Care

Dr. Bruce E. Cunningham, DMD Team Dentist

Stephen Wallace DMD Team Dentist

Dr. Lawrence J. Lemak

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Dr. Michael Herndon

Orthopedics

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Gynecologist

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.

Eric Johnson

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Jim Skidmore

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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.

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Skidmore has more than 35 years experience in the field and is assisted by Eric Johnson, who has 18 years experience of his own, and Sara Mullinax enters her second year at JSU.

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Support Staff

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Carl Brady PA Announcer

Joy Brindle Football Secretary

Greg Bonds Associate AD/Internal Affairs

Tracy Broom Academic Advisor/SWA

Misty Cassell Compilance

Mike Davis Academic Advisor

Karen Dean Coliseum Secretary

Jan Evans Athletics Secretary

David Farrar Associate AD/External Affairs

Steve Latham University Photographer

Greg Seitz Associate AD/Media Relations

Doug Phillips Tickets

Mike Parris Assistant AD/Marketing

Tony Schmidt Assistant Sports Information Director

Josh Underwood Assistant Sports Information Director


JSU Athletic Directory All Area Code (256) 782-5279 gseitz@jsu.edu 453-3377 782-5915 underwood@jsu.edu 453-0545 782-5377 tschmidt@jsu.edu 782-5958 www.JSUGamecockSports.com sid@jsu.edu

782-5417 awatts@jsu.edu 782-5494 dkbell@jsu.edu 782-8066 mcouvillion@jsu.edu

Rifle Ron Frost Head Coach

782-5185 rfrost@jsu.edu

Women’s Volleyball Joseph Goodson Head Coach TBA Assistant Coach

782-5521 jgoodson@jsu.edu 782-5754 ashowers@jsu.edu

Cross Country/Track and Field Steve Ray Head Coach Asha Gibson Assistant Coach Women’s Soccer Julie Davis-Carlson Head Coach Andy Swift Assistant Coach Cheerleading Misty Holmes Coordinator

782-8068 sray@jsu.edu 782-5520 782-5679 davis@jsu.edu 782-5695 atswift@jsu.edu 782-8345 jsucheer@jsu.edu

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782-5369 jskidmore@jsu.edu 782-5369/5539 ejohnson@jsu.edu 782-5369/5539 smullinax@jsu.edu

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Athletic Training Staff Jim Skidmore Sports Medicine Eric Johnson Sports Medicine Sara Mullinax Sports Medicine

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

Women’s Basketball Annett Watts Head Coach Dee Bell Assistant Coach Matt Couvillion Assistant Coach

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782-5365 jcrowe@jsu.edu 782-5371 bcooper@jsu.edu 782-5936 rletson@jsu.edu 782-5378 jogle@jsu.edu 782-5375 aross@jsu.edu 782-5376 cboone@jsu.edu 782-5089 twhiddon@jsu.edu 782-8252 mthurmond@jsu.edu 782-5134 mwannebo@jsu.edu 782-5374 dwilliams@jsu.edu

782-5539 tschubert@jsu.edu

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Football Jack Crowe Head Coach Brandon Cooper Cornerbacks Ronnie Letson Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Jimmy Ogle Running Backs Adam Ross Offensive Line Chris Boone Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Tommy Joe Whiddon Offensive Line Max Thurmond Receivers/Special Teams Matt Wannebo Safeties Davern Williams Defensive Line

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

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Baseball Coaching Staff Jim Case Head Coach Steve Gillispie Assistant Coach Mike Murphree Assistant Coach

Men’s Basketball James Green Head Coach TBA Assistant Coach TBA Assistant Coach Tom Schubert Assistant Coach

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

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782-5368 wkoegel@jsu.edu 782-8101 cdfarrar@jsu.edu 782-5988 gbonds@jsu.edu 782-5890 mparris@jsu.edu 782-5368 jevans@jsu.edu 782-8101 lmcfall@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

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

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

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Sports Information Staff Greg Seitz Associate AD/Media Relations Cell Josh Underwood Assistant SID Cell Tony Schmidt Assistant SID SID FAX Number Internet: Email:

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

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

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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

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

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

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

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

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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Austin Peay

Chattanooga

Oct. 15 at 6:00 p.m. Governors Stadium (10,000) Clarksville, Tennessee

Sept. 10 at 5:00 p.m. Finley Stadium (20,668) Chattanooga, Tenn.

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General Information

General Information

Location:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clarksville, TN Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1927 Enrollment: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,723 President:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Timothy Hall Athletics Director:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dave Loos Affiliation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA/FCS Conference: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ohio Valley Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Governors

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

Colors:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Red and White Stadium:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Governors Stadium Capacity:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,000 Press Box Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (931) 221-7191 Playing Surface: . . . . . . . . . . . . Polytan Mega Grass Series vs. Jax State:. . . . . . . . . . . . JSU leads 11-6-3 First Meeting: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1947: W, 7-6 Last Meeting:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010: W, 28-10

Location:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chattanooga, Tenn. Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1838 Enrollment:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,781 President:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Roger Brown Athletics Director:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rick Hart Affiliation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Div. I Conference:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Southern Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mocs Colors:. . . . . . . . . . . . . Navy, Old Gold, and Silver

HEAD COACH Head Coach:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rick Christophel Alma Mater:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Austin Peay, 1975 Record at School: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-29 (5th year) Career Record:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same Football Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . (931) 221-7905

Media Information Football SID: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jay Blackman Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (423) 425-5292 Cell Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (423) 598-6953 Email: jay-blac. . . . . . . jay-blackman@utc.edu SID: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jay Blackman SID Mailing Address: N/A SID Fax Number: . . . . . . . . . . . . . (423) 425-4610

Assistant Coaches, Position: Tyler Trent – Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line Granville Eastman – Def. Coordinator/ Linebackers Ryan Taylor – Def. Line/Strength and Conditioning Dainon Sidney – Secondary Marcus Gildersleeve – Wide Receivers/ Special Teams TBA – Running Backs Seth Billings – Athletic Trainer

2011 Outlook Basic Offense: Basic Defense: 2010 Record: Lettermen Returning: Lettermen Lost: Starters Returning: Starters Lost:

2011 Schedule

Sep. 03 Sep. 17 Sep. 24 Oct. 01 Oct. 08 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 05 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

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

2011 Outlook Basic Offense: Basic Defense: 2010 Record: Lettermen Returning: Lettermen Lost: Starters Returning: Starters Lost:

2010 Results

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HEAD COACH Head Coach:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Russ Huesman Alma Mater:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chattanooga, 1983 Record at School:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12-10 (3rd Year) Career Record:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same

Assistant Coaches, Position: Marcus Satterfield – Offensive Coordinator Adam Fuller – Defensive Coordinator Russ Ehrenfeld – Tight Ends Jimmy Lindsey – Defensive Line Geep Wade – Offensive Line Marcus West – Defensive Line Jamaal Fobbs – Running Backs Tony Coode – Linebackers Will Healy – Wide Receivers B. J. Hogan – Defensive Backs

Pro Spread 4-2-5 1-7 47 18 18 7

Sep. 02 Sep. 11 Sep. 18 Sep. 25 Oct. 09 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 06 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

Stadium: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Finley Stadium Capacity:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20,668 Press Box Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . (423) 757-9332 Playing Surface: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Natural Grass Series vs. Jax State:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1 First Meeting: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003: W, 34-7 Last Meeting:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2006: L, 31-38

Cumberland at Middle Tennessee at Tennessee State at Wisconsin Tennessee Tech Southeast Missouri Jacksonville State at Eastern Illinois UT Martin Murray State Eastern Kentucky

W, 38 - 6 L, 33 - 56 W, 26 - 23 L, 3 - 70 L, 21 - 34 L, 24 - 41 L, 3 - 56 L, 10 - 28 L, 12 - 28 L, 35 - 61 L, 3 - 17

2011 Schedule Sep. 03 Sep. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 01 Oct. 08 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 05 Nov. 19

Nebraska Jacksonville State Eastern Kentucky Appalachian State The Citadel Georgia Southern Western Carolina. Elon Furman Samford Wofford

Multiple Multiple 6-5 44 16 19 7

2010 Results Sep. 04 Sep. 11 Sep. 18 Sep. 25 Oct. 09 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 06 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

Appalachian State Jacksonville State Eastern Kentucky Western Carolina The Citadel Georgia Southern Furman Elon Auburn Samford Wofford

41 - 42 (L) 17 - 21 (L) 42 - 24 (W) 27 - 21 (W) 28 - 10 (W) 35 - 27 (W) 36 - 28 (W) 35 - 49 (L) 24 - 62 (L) 48 - 14 (W) 14 - 48 (L)


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Eastern Kentucky

EASTERN ILLINOIS

Nov. 5 at 3:00 p.m. (Marching Southerners Reunion) Burgess Snow Field (24,000) Jacksonville, Alabama

Sep. 24 at 6:00 p.m. (Preview Day) Burgess Snow Field (24,000) Jacksonville, Alabama

General Information

General Information

Iowa City, Iowa Central Arkansas UT Martin Jacksonville State Southeast Missouri Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Tech Murray State Austin Peay Tennessee State Illinois State

L 7-37 L 7-37 L 10-20 L 23-28 L 13-28 L 7-35 L 20-34 L 28-38 W 28-10 W 31-28 L 23-27

2011 Schedule

Sep. 03 Sep. 10 Sep. 17 Sep. 24 Oct. 08 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

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

2010 Results

Sep. 03 Sep. 11 Sep. 18 Oct. 02 Oct. 09 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 06 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

Missouri State Louisville Chattanooga Kentucky State Eastern Illinois UT Martin Southeast Missouri Murray State Jacksonville State Tennessee Tech Austin Peay

L 9-31 L 13-23 L 24-42 W 58-7 W 35-7 L 7-10 L 21-40 W 28-21 W 49-37 W 42-29 W 17-3

OVC

Sep. 4 Sep. 11 Sep. 18 Sep. 25 Oct. 02 Oct. 09 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

HISTORY

2010 Results

Multiple 4-3 6-5 39 15 16 6

RECORDS

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

Basic Offense: Basic Defense: 2010 Record: Lettermen Returning: Lettermen Lost: Starters Returning: Starters Lost:

REVIEW

Sep. 01 Sep. 10 Sep. 17 Sep. 24 Oct. 01 Oct. 08 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 26

2011 Outlook

Spread 4-3 2-6 36 18 17 10

OPPONENTS

2011 Schedule

ABOUT JSU

Basic Offense: Basic Defense: 2010 Record: Lettermen Returning: Lettermen Lost: Starters Returning: Starters Lost:

HEAD COACH Head Coach:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean Hood Alma Mater:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ohio Wesleyan ‘ 86 Record at School: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-15 (4th year) Career Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same

Assistant Coaches, Position: Dane Damron – Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks Garry Fisher – Linebackers Tony Hatmaker – Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs Ben Hodges – Special Teams Carson Jeffers – Offensive Line Jake Johnson – Defensive Line Klay Koester – Wide Receivers John Revere – Runningbacks Jon-Michael Davis – Strength and Conditioning Tim Pike – Athletic Trainer

Assistant Coaches, Position: Brian Callahan – Offensive Line Mike Lynch – Wide Receivers Roy Wittke – Quarterbacks/Offensive Coordinator Roc Bellantoni – Linebackers/ Defensive Coordinator Brian Strandley – Defensive Line TBA – Defensive Backs Matthew Smiley – Special Teams Jason Fisher – Tight Ends Chad Cleveland – Safeties Bodie Reeder – Defensive Assistant

2011 Outlook

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

COACHES

HEAD COACH Head Coach:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bob Spoo Alma Mater:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Purdue, 1960 Record at School:. . . . . . . . . . . 142-122-1 (24th year) Career Record:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same Football Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . (217) 581-5031

Stadium:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Roy Kidd Stadium Capacity:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20,000 Press Box Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (859) 622-2226 Playing Surface: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Natural Grass Series vs. Jax State:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tied at 4-4 First Meeting: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003: W, 49-14 Last Meeting:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010: L, 27-49

GAMECOCKS

Media Information Football SID: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rich Moser Office Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (217) 581-7480 Cell Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (217) 508-8317 Email:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . rlmoser@eiu.edu SID:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rich Moser SID Mailing Address: 600 Lincoln Avenue Lantz Arena Charleston, IL 61920 SID Fax Number:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (217) 581-6434

Location:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Richmond, Ky. Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1906 Enrollment:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16,515 President:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Doug Whitlock Athletics Director: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mark Sandy Affiliation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA/FCS Conference:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ohio Valley Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Colonels Colors:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maroon and White

OUTLOOK

Colors:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue, Grey and White Stadium:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O’Brien Field Capacity:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,000 Press Box Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (217) 581-7770 Playing Surface:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pro-Grass Series vs. Jax State:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tied at 4-4 First Meeting: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003: W, 36-24 Last Meeting:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010: W, 28-23

INTRO

Location:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Charleston, IL Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1895 Enrollment:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11,630 President:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. William L. Perry Athletics Director:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Barbara Burke Affiliation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA/FCS Conference:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ohio Valley Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Panthers

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Kentucky

Georgia State

Oct. 22 at TBA Commonwealth Stadium (67,942) Lexington, Ky.

Sept. 17 at 2:30 p.m. Burgess Snow Stadium (24,000) Jacksonville, Ala.

General Information Colors:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue & White Stadium:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Georgia Dome Capacity:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28,155 Press Box Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A Playing Surface:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Field Turf Series vs. Jax State:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-1 First Meeting: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1936 0-13 (L) Last Meeting:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same

Media Information Football SID: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Allison George Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (404) 413-4032 Home Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (678) 595-7728 Email: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ageorge@gsu.edu SID: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Allison George SID Mailing Address: 125 Decatur Street Atlanta, GA 30303

HEAD COACH Head Coach:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bill Curry Alma Mater: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Georgia Tech, 1965 Record at school:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-5 (2nd season) Career Record:. . . . . . . . . . . . 89-110-4 (19th season) Football Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A

Assistant Coaches, Position: George Pugh – Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Inside Linebackers John Thompson – Assistant Head Coach/Recruiting/Receivers John Bond – Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Jason French – Outside Linebackers Craig Harmon – Tight Ends Anthony Midget – Special Teams/Defensive Backs Todd Perry – Running Backs Mike Riddle – Offensive Line Chris Ward – Defensive Line Ryan Zimmerman – Specialists/Defensive Assistant

Location:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lexington, Ky. Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1865 Enrollment: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27,000 President:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Lee T. Todd, Jr. Athletics Director:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mitch Barnhart Affiliation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Division I Conference: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SEC East Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wildcats Colors:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue & White

Media Information Football SID: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tony Neely Office Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (859) 257-3838 Home Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (859) 224-9493 Email:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . tneely@email.uky.edu SID:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same SID Mailing Address: University of Kentucky Athletics Joe Craft Center 338 Lexington Ave. Lexington, KY 40506-0604 SID Fax Number: . . . . . . . . . . . . . (859) 323-4310

Stadium:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Commonwealth Stadium Capacity:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67,942 Press Box Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A Playing Surface: . . . . . . . . . . . Bermuda Tifway 419 Series vs. Jax State:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None First Meeting: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None Last Meeting:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A

HEAD COACH Head Coach:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joker Phillips Alma Mater:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kentucky, 1985 Record at School:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-7 (2nd season) Career Record:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same Football Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . (859) 257-3611

Assistant Coaches, Position: Steve Brown – Co-Defensive Coordinator/Defensive backs Tommy Cook – GA/Offense Jonathan Martin – GA/Defense Tee Martin – Passing Game Coordinator/Wide Receivers Rick Minter/Co-Defensive Coordinator Greg Nord – Special Teams Coordinator/Tight Ends Steve Pardue – Running Backs Randy Sanders – Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Chuck Smith – Linebackers, Recruiting Coordinator Mike Summers – Offensive Line David Turner – Asst. Head Coach/Defensive Line

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

General Information Location:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Atlanta, Ga. Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1913 Enrollment:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31,000 President:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Mark P. Becker Athletics Director:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cheryl L. Levick Affiliation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Division 1 Conference:. . . . . . . . Colonel Athletic Association Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Panthers

2011 Outlook Basic Offense: Basic Defense: 2010 Record: Lettermen Returning: Lettermen Lost: Starters Returning: Starters Lost:

OVC

2011 Schedule

Sep. 02 Sep. 10 Sep. 17 Sep. 24 Oct. 08 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 05 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Clark Atlanta Old Dominion Jacksonville State Houston Murray State South Carolina State South Alabama UTSA St. Francis West Alabama Campbell

2011 Outlook Basic Offense: Basic Defense: 2010 Record: Lettermen Returning: Lettermen Lost: Starters Returning: Starters Lost:

6-5 56 8 21 3

2010 Results

Sep. 02 Sep. 11 Sep. 18 Sep. 25 Oct. 02 Oct. 09 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 06 Nov. 18

112 2011 Gamecocks Football

Shorter Lambuth Jacksonville State Campbell Morehead State Savannah State North Carolina Cntrl. Old Dominion South Alabama Lamar Alabama

41 - 7 (W) 14 - 23 (L) 27 - 34 (L) OT 24 - 21 (W) 37 - 10 (W) 55 - 21 (W) 20 - 17 (W) OT 20 - 34 (L) 34 - 39 (L) 23 - 17 (W) 7 - 63 (L)

2011 Schedule

Sep. 01 Sep. 10 Sep. 17 Sep. 24 Oct. 01 Oct. 08 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 05 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

Western Kentucky Central Michigan Louisville Florida LSU South Carolina Jacksonville State Mississippi State Ole Miss Vanderbilt Georgia Tennessee

Multiple 4-3. 3-4 6-7 53 20 15 7

2010 Results

Sep. 04 Sep. 11 Sep. 18 Sep. 25 Oct. 02 Oct. 09 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 06 Nov. 13 Nov. 27

at Louisville Western Kentucky Akron at Florida at Ole Miss Auburn South Carolina Georgia at Mississippi State Charleston Southern Vanderbilt at Tennessee

W, 23-16 W, 63-28 W, 47-10 L, 48-14 L, 42-35 L, 37-34 W, 31-28 L, 44-31 L, 24-17 W, 49-21 W, 38-20 L, 24-14


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Murray State

Southeast Missouri State

Oct. 1 at 6:00 p.m. Roy Stewart Stadium (16,800) Murray, Ky.

Nov. 12 at 1:00 p.m. Houck Stadium (10,000) Cape Girardeau, Missouri

General Information

General Information

Location:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Murray, KY Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1922 Enrollment:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,500 President:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Randy J. Dunn Athletics Director:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Allen Ward Affiliation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA/FCS Conference:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ohio Valley Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Racers Colors:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Navy and Gold

Location:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cape Girardeau, Mo. Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1873 Enrollment:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,859 President: . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Kenneth W. Dobbins Athletics Director: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . John Shafer Affiliation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Division I Conference:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ohio Valley Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Redhawks

Assistant Coaches, Position: Tim McGuire – Offensive Coordinator/Asst. Head Coach Brian Mohnsen – Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Chris Norris – Runningbacks/Special Teams Brian Boerboom – Offensive Line TBA – Wide Receivers Justin Kramer – Tight Ends/Offensive Tackles/Recruiting Cherokee Valeria – Cornerbacks Nick Stauffer – Safeties Salim Powell – Defense/Special Teams Assistant Tyler Hennes – GA/Quarterbacks Marvin Anderson – Director of Football Operations Jeff Lee – Strength Coach Equipment Manager – Robbie Rasco Alfred Castillo – Athletic Trainer

REVIEW RECORDS

Multiple 4-3 9-3 40 20 8 14

HISTORY

Basic Offense: Basic Defense: 2010 Record: Lettermen Returning: Lettermen Lost: Starters Returning: Starters Lost:

OPPONENTS

2011 Outlook

Multiple 4-3 6-5 17 11 19 3

ABOUT JSU

Basic Offense: Basic Defense: 2010 Record: Lettermen Returning: Lettermen Lost: Starters Returning: Starters Lost:

COACHES

2011 Outlook

HEAD COACH Head Coach:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tony Samuel Alma Mater:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nebraska Record at School:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-35 (6th year) Career Record:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56-92 (14th year) Football Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . (573) 651-2110

2011 Schedule

at Louisville at Mississippi Valley State Tennessee State at UT Martin Jacksonville State at Georgia State Eastern Illinois Eastern Kentucky at Tennessee Tech Austin Peay at Southeast Missouri

2010 Results

Sep. 2 Sep. 11 Sep. 18 Sep. 25 Oct. 02 Oct. 09 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 06 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

at Kent State Southeast Missouri at Central Arkansas UT Martin at Jacksonville State Missouri State at Eastern Illinois at Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Tech at Austin Peay at Tennessee State

2011 Schedule

L, 10-41 L, 17-30 L, 20-21 W, 52-16 L, 34-40 W, 72-59 W, 38-28 L, 21-28 W, 44-13 W, 61-35 W, 61-35

Sep. 03 Sep. 17 Sep. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 05 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

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

2010 Results

Sep. 02 Sep. 11 Sep. 18 Sep. 25 Oct. 02 Oct. 09 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 06 Nov. 13 Dec. 04

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

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

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Sep. 01 Sep. 10 Sep. 17 Sep. 22 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

GAMECOCKS

Assistant Coaches, Position: Shawn Bostick – Assistant Head Coach/ Offensive Line Ashley Anders – Defensive Coordinator/ Linebackers Mitch Stewart – Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks Keith Hatcher – Secondary/ Recruiting Coordinator Kenny Parker – Defensive Line/ Director of Player Development Sean Dawkins – Running Backs/ Run-Game Coordinator Mike Polly – Offensive Tackles/ Special Teams Coordinator Cornelius Williams – Wide Receivers Chris Burnette – Safeties Steve Adams – Defensive Quality Control/ Asst. Recruiting Coordinator Matt Forrest – Offensive Quality Control/ Director of Football Operations

Media Information Football SID: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeff Honza Home Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N/A Cell Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (618) 593-7281 Email:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . jhonza@semo.edu SID:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jeff Honza SID Mailing Address: Southeast Missouri State One University Plaza Cape Girardeau MO 63701 SID Fax Number: . . . . . . . . . . . . . (573) 651-2810

OUTLOOK

HEAD COACH Head Coach:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chris Hatcher Alma Mater: Record at School:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-5 (2nd season) Career Record:. . . . . . . . . . . . . 100-32 (11th season) Football Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . (270) 809-6181

Colors:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Red and Black Stadium:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Houck Stadium Capacity:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,000 Press Box Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (573) 651 2191 Playing Surface: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Field Turf Series vs. Jax State:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . JSU leads 10-5 First Meeting: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1961: L, 13-12 Last Meeting:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010: W, 29-27

INTRO

Media Information Football SID: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . John Brush Office Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (270) 809-7044 Email: . . . . . . . . . . . . . john.brush@murraystate.edu SID: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David Snow SID Mailing Address: Murray State Sports Information 217 Roy Stewart Stadium Murray, KY 42071 SID Fax Number: . . . . . . . . . . . . . (270) 762-6814

Stadium:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Roy Stewart Stadium Capacity:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16,800 Press Box Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (270) 809-6811 Playing Surface:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Field Turf Series vs. Jax State:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . JSU leads 7-1 First Meeting: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003: L, OT 17-23 Last Meeting:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010: W, 40-34

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TENNESSEE STATE

Tennessee Tech

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RECORDS

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ABOUT JSU

COACHES

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OUTLOOK

INTRO

Nov. 19 at 2:00 p.m. P. L. Field (15,000) Nashville, Tenn. .

Oct. 29 at 3:00 p.m. (Homecoming) Burgess Snow Field (24,000) Jacksonville, Alabama

General Information

General Information

Location:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Nashville, Tenn. Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1912 Enrollment:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9,024 President:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Melvin Johnson Athletics Director:. . . . . . . . . . . . . Teresa L. Phillips Affiliation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Division I Conference:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ohio Valley Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tigers Colors:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Royal Blue and White

Stadium:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LP Field Capacity:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67,800 Press Box Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (615) 565-4450 Playing Surface: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Natural Grass Series vs. Jax State: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . JSU, 5-1-0 First Meeting: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2003: W, 34-7 Last Meeting:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010: W, 24-0

Location:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cookeville, Tenn. Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1915 Enrollment:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11,385 President:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Robert “Bob” Bell Athletics Director: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mark Wilson Affiliation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA/FCS Conference:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ohio Valley Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Golden Eagles Colors:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Purple and Gold

Media Information Football SID: . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wallace Dooley, Jr. Office Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (615) 963-5674 Cell Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (615) 566-5026 Email: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . wdooley@tnstate.edu SID Mailing Address: 3500 John Merritt Blvd. Nashville, TN 37209 SID Fax Number: . . . . . . . . . . . . (615) 963-7589

HEAD COACH Head Coach:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . James Webster, Jr. Alma Mater:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . North Carolina, 1972 Record at School:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-20 (3rd Year) Career Record:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same

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

Assistant Coaches, Position: Fred Kaiss –Offensive Coordinator Rod Reed – Defensive Coordinator Russ Ehrenfeld – Offensive Line Charles Huff, Jr. – Tight Ends Alex Baraka – Running Backs Shannon Harris – Wide Receivers Justin Roberts – Defensive Tackles John Parker – Defensive Backs Lee Calland – Safeties John Polite – Outside Linebackers Chuck Losey – Strength and Conditioning Sharrod Everett – Director of Football Operations

2011 Outlook Basic Offense: Basic Defense: 2007 Record: Lettermen Returning: Lettermen Lost: Starters Returning: Starters Lost:

2011 Schedule

Sep. 03 Sep.10 Sep. 17 Sep. 24 Oct. 01 Oct. 08 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Nov. 05 Nov.12 Nov. 19

Southern Jackson State Murray State Air Force Austin Peay Southeast Missouri State Tennessee Tech Eastern Kentucky Eastern Illinois Tennessee Martin Jacksonville State

Stadium:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tucker Stadium Capacity:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16,500 Press Box Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (931) 372-6030 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . or 372-6031 Playing Surface: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Turf 24/7 Series vs. Jax State:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . JSU leads 9-5 First Meeting: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1936: L, 33-0 Last Meeting:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010: L, 24-35

HEAD COACH Head Coach:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Watson Brown Alma Mater:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vanderbilt, 1973 Record at School: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-27 (5th Year) Career Record:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111-178 (24th year) Football Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . (931) 372-3930

Assistant Coaches, Position: Billy Taylor – Associate Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Will Holthouser – Assistant Head Coach/Special Teams Steven Brown – Runningbacks/Quarterbacks Thomas Cox – Offensive Line/Tight Ends Sidney Powell - Secondary Ron Sigler – Assistant Coach/Receivers Sam Williamson – Defensive Line Chris Grimes – (GA) Nickels/Bandits Lee Sweeney – (GA) Quarterbacks

2011 Outlook Basic Offense: Basic Defense: 2010 Record: Lettermen Returning: Lettermen Lost: Starters Returning: Starters Lost:

Pro-Style 4-3 multiple 5-6 64 21 20 6

2010 Results

Sep. 04 Sep. 11 Sep. 18 Sep. 25 Oct. 02 Oct. 09 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Nov. 06 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

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Alabama A&M Jackson State Austin Peay State Florida A&M North Carolina A&T Southeast Missouri State Jacksonville State Tennessee Tech Eastern Illinois Tennessee Martin Murray State

2011 Schedule

27 - 14 (W) 26 - 33 (L) 23 - 26 (L) 29 - 18 (W) 37 - 7 (W) 17 - 19 (L) 0 - 24 (L) 10 - 21 (L) 28 - 31 (L) OT 0 - 37 (L) 23 - 28 (L)

Sep. 3 Sep. 8 Sep. 17 Sep. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 15 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

at Iowa Maryville (Tenn.) at Eastern Ill. Southeast Mo. St. at Tenn.-Martin Tennessee St. at Jacksonville St. Murray St. at Eastern Ky. Austin Peay

Multiple Spread Multiple 3-4 5-6 52 12 24 3

2010 Results Sep. 04 Sep. 11 Sep. 16 Sep. 25 Sep. 30 Oct. 09 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Nov. 06 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

Arkansas TCU Lane Southeast Missouri UT Martin Austin Peay Eastern Illinois Tennessee State Murray State Eastern Kentucky Jacksonville State

3-44 (L) 7-62 (L) 43-0 (W) 21-23 (L) 24-27 (L) 34-21 (W) 34-20 (W) 21-10 (W) 13-44 (L) 29-42 (L) 24-35 (L)


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Tennessee MARTIN

Travel Headquarters

Sep. 1 at 6:00 p.m. Burgess Snow Field (24,000) Jacksonville, Alabama

Chattanooga Day of game trip

General Information

HEAD COACH Head Coach: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jason Simpson Alma Mater: . . . . . . . . . . Southern Mississippi, 1995 Record at school:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32-25 (6th season) Career Record: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same Football Office Phone: . . . . . . . . . . . . (731) 881-7670

RECORDS HISTORY

2010 Results

Sep. 4 Sep. 11 Sep. 18 Sep. 25 Sep. 30 Oct. 09 Oct. 16 Oct. 21 Oct. 30 Nov. 06 Nov. 13

@ Tennessee @ Southeastern La. Eastern Illinois Murray State Tennessee Tech Jacksonville State Eastern Kentucky Lambuth Southeast Missouri Austin Peay Tennessee State

OVC

@ Jacksonville State Union College Murray State Tennessee Tech Austin Peay @ South Alabama @ Eastern Illinois Southeast Missouri State @ Mississippi State @ Tennessee State @ Eastern Kentucky

REVIEW

Sep. 1 Sep. 15 Sep. 22 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Pro Set 4-4 6-5 41 15 18 7

OPPONENTS

2011 Schedule

Tennessee State Millennium Maxwell House Hotel 2025 Rosa L. Parks Boulevard Nashville, TN 37228-1505 Phone: (615) 259-4343

ABOUT JSU

Basic Offense: Basic Defense: 2010 Record: Lettermen Returning: Lettermen Lost: Starters Returning: Starters Lost:

Southeast Missouri State Victorian Inn & Suites 3265 William Street Cape Girardeau, MO 63703 Phone: (573) 651-4486

COACHES

Kentucky Marriott Lexington Griffin Gate 1800 Newtown Pike Lexington, KY 40511 Phone (859) 231-5100

Assistant Coaches, Position: Mac Bryan – Co-Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line Nathan Burton - Linebackers Carmen Felus – Co-Offensive Coordinator, Wide Receivers Nick Glenn – Defensive Assistant Coach, Recruiting Coordinator Jordon Hankins – Associate Head Coach, Running Backs Coach/ Strength and Conditioning Kyle Manley - Quarterbacks Lytrel Pollard – Defensive Coordinator Bernard Riley – Defensive Line

2011 Outlook

Austin Peay Radisson Hotel Nashville Airport 1112 Airport Center Drive Nashville, TN 37214 Phone: (615) 889-9090

GAMECOCKS

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

Murray State Kenlake State Resort Park 542 Kenlake Road Hardin, KY 42048 Phone: (270) 474-

OUTLOOK

Stadium:. . . . . . . . . . . Hardy M. Graham Stadium (H.K. Grantham Field) Capacity:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,500 Press Box Phone:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (731) 881-7694 or 7632 Playing Surface:. . . . . . . . . Hybrid Bermuda Grass Series vs. Jax State:. . . . . . . . . . . . . JSU leads 27-6 First Meeting: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1967: L, 38-0 Last Meeting:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010: W, 30-20

INTRO

Location:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Martin, Tenn. Founded: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1900 Enrollment:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8,400 Chancellor:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Thomas Rakes Athletics Director:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Phil Dane Affiliation: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA/FCS Conference:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ohio Valley Nickname: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Skyhawks Colors:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Navy Blue & Orange

0-50 (L) 10-24 (L) 20- 10 (W) 16-52 (L) 27-24 (W) 20-30 (L) 10-7 (W) 52-21 (W) 17-24 (L) 28-12 (W) 37-0 (W)

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Austin Peay

Eastern Illinois

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INTRO

JSU leads 12-6-3 Year 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1979 2007 2008 2009 2010

Site H A H A H A H A H H H A H A H A H A H A H

Result W L W T T L L T W L W W W L W W L W W W 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 28-10 40-34

Chattanooga Result L W L L L L W L L L L L L L L L W L W W L W L L L L L L L W L W W W W

Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Site H A H A H A H A

Result W W L L L W L W

JSU leads 5-1-0 Score 36-24 31-21 6-10 24-28 23-37 23-10 20-28 28-23

Eastern Kentucky Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Site H A H A H A H A

Result W W L W L L W 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 13-10 33-19 31-3 17-21

Score 49-14 30-23 14-31 28-0 20-31 38-35 34-26 37-49

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JSU leads 1-0 Year 2010

Site Result A W

Score 34-28

Kentucky Murray State JSU leads 7-1-0

Site Result A L (OT) H W A W H W A W H W A W H W

Score 17-23 35-14 28-23 49-17 40-24 31-21 41-7 40-34

Southeast Missouri JSU leads 11-4-0

Year 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1969 1971 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

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 A W H W

Site A H A H H H

Result W W W L W W

Score 34-7 49-35 33-3 31-38 26-21 24-0

Tennessee Tech 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 2009 H W 2010 A L

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 55-28 24-35

Tennessee-Martin JSU leads 27-6-0

First Meeting

Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2010

JSU leads 9-5-0

Tied 4-4-0

Georgia State

UTC leads 24-11-0 Year Site 1904 1924 1925 1926 1953 1954 A 1955 A 1956 A 1957 H 1958 A 1959 A 1960 H 1961 A 1963 A 1964 A 1965 A 1966 A 1967 A 1968 H 1970 A 1974 A 1975 H 1976 A 1977 H 1978 A 1980 H 1981 A 1982 H 1983 A 2004 A 2005 H 2006 A 2007 H 2008 A 2010 A

Tennessee State

EIU leads at 4-4-0

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 24-3 29-27

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 2009 2010

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 H W A 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 52-7 30-20


2 0 1 0 Final R esult s Date Sep 04, 2010 Sep 11, 2010 Sep 18, 2010

Opponent

Score Overall Conference

at Ole Miss WOT 49-48

Time

Attend

1-0-0

0-0-0

3:40

55768

W 21-17

2-0-0

0-0-0

3:02

22186

at Georgia State WOT 34-27

3-0-0

0-0-0

3:26

16128

UT CHATTANOOGA

*Sep 25, 2010

at Eastern Illinois

W 28-23

4-0-0

1-0-0

3:05

4311

*Oct 02, 2010

MURRAY STATE

W 40-34

5-0-0

2-0-0

3:23

14812

*Oct 09, 2010

at UT Martin

W 30-20

6-0-0

3-0-0

3:01

3913

*Oct 16, 2010

TENNESSEE STATE

W 24-0

7-0-0

4-0-0

2:55

15218

*Oct 23, 2010

AUSTIN PEAY

W 56-3

8-0-0

5-0-0

2:46

19707

at Eastern Kentucky 37-49 L

8-1-0

5-1-0

3:07

3300

W 29-27

9-1-0

6-1-0

2:45

20237

*Nov 20, 2010

at Tennessee Tech 24-35 L

9-2-0

6-2-0

3:02

4576

^Dec 04, 2010

#7 WOFFORD 14-17 L

9-3-0

6-2-0

3:00

11817

*Nov 06, 2010 *Nov 13, 2010

#7 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI

* indicates Ohio Valley Conference game


2010 Game Summaries

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

Jacksonville State • • • • • • • • • 49 Ole Miss• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 48

07:00

UM

September 4, 2010 Vaught-Hemmingway Stadium - Oxford, Miss.

3rd 4th

00:29 05:07 14:56 06:17

UM JSU JSU JSU

OXFORD, Miss. - On the final crazy play of a crazy game, Jacksonville State running back Calvin Middleton found himself in the middle of a mass of bodies as quarterback Coty Blanchard lofted a 2-point conversion pass toward the end zone.

02:55 00:18

UM JSU

Somehow, through the arms and legs, Middleton came down with the football as the Gamecocks celebrated a stunning 49-48 victory over Mississippi in double overtime.

OT

15:00

JSU

“The coaches called a shovel pass,” Middleton said. “I don’t even know if (Blanchard) saw me, but I knew if I could catch it I was deep enough in the end zone to score.

15:00 15:00 15:00

UM UM JSU

“This means everything.” Blanchard threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to Kevyn Cooper on fourth-and-15 to pull within 48-47 in the second overtime. It looked like the two teams might play all night, but then Gamecocks coach Jack Crowe made the call to go for the win in the season opener for both teams. “I just didn’t think we could play defense again,” Crowe said. Crowe, who had tears in his eyes during the postgame press conference, was fired as coach at Arkansas in 1992 after his team lost to The Citadel - which was also a lower-level program.

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“If you stay in this long enough, it goes both ways,” Crowe said. Jacksonville State, a Football Championship Subdivision team from the Ohio Valley Conference, trailed 31-10 at halftime but outscored Ole Miss 21-3 in the fourth quarter to force overtime. “Without a doubt, it’s the worst loss of my career,” Ole Miss coach Houston Nutt said. It’s the first time Jacksonville State has beaten a Football Bowl Subdivision team since Sept. 27, 2001, when the Gamecocks beat Arkansas State. The 21-point deficit was the largest Jacksonville State has overcome in school history. Jeremiah Masoli made his much-anticipated debut for Mississippi after being cleared by the NCAA on Friday. He completed 7 of 10 passes for 109 yards and one interception and led the Rebels on both of their touchdown drives in overtime. Like the rest of his teammates, he had a hard time explaining the collapse. “Crazy stuff happens sometimes,” Masoli said. “I never expected us to be in overtime.” Ole Miss is 6-6 all-time in overtime games. It was the school’s first loss to an FCS opponent. The Ole Miss offense, which debuted eight new starters, scored on five of six first-half possessions, including four touchdowns. After that, Jacksonville State rolled. The Gamecocks scored on their final six possessions, including touchdowns on the last five. The Ole Miss defense, which returned six starters, ranked in the top half of the Southeastern Conference in most major categories last season, but had no answer for the Gamecocks. Ole Miss kicker Bryson Rose made a 35-yard field goal to extend the Rebels’ lead to 34-26 with 2:55 left in regulation, but Jacksonville State drove the field for a touchdown to pull within 34-32 with 18.9 seconds left. Marques Ivory threw a 2-yard pass to La’Ray Williams for the twopoint conversion to tie the game at 34 and send it to overtime. Middleton rushed for 67 yards and a touchdown. The Gamecocks had no turnovers. Using a two-quarterback system with Blanchard and Ivory, the duo combined to complete 22 of 36 passes for 252 yards and four touchdowns. Mississippi’s Brandon Bolden rushed for 104 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries. Sophomore Nathan Stanley threw for 133 yards and three touchdowns. Score by Quarters 1 Jacksonville State 7 Ole Miss 14 Scoring Summary: 1st 13:38 UM

09:25

UM

2nd

02:30 13:01 09:01

JSU UM JSU

2 3 17

3 3 0

4 21 3

Score 15 14

49 Record: (1-0) 48 Record: (0-1)

Melvin Harris 41 yd pass from Nathan Stanley (Bryson Rose kick), 3-57 1:22, JSU 0 UM 7 Jesse Grandy 31 yd pass from Nathan Stanley (Bryson Rose kick), 5-56 2:21, JSU 0 UM 14 Jamison Wadley 15 yd fumble recovery (James Esco kick), , JSU 7 - UM 14 Bryson Rose 24 yd field goal, 9-52 4:22, JSU 7 - UM 17 James Esco 45 yd field goal, 8-38 3:54, JSU 10 - UM 17

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M. Summers 18 yd pass from Nathan Stanley (Bryson Rose kick), 4-73 1:56, JSU 10 UM 24 Enrique Davis 1 yd run (Bryson Rose kick), 10-73 5:26, JSU 10 - UM 31 James Esco 44 yd field goal, 7-32 2:20, JSU 13 - UM 31 Calvin Middleton 2 yd run (James Esco kick), 8-59 3:36, JSU 20 - UM 31 James Shaw 4 yd pass from Coty Blanchard (Coty Blanchard pass failed), 11-67 5:38, JSU 26 - UM 31 Bryson Rose 35 yd field goal, 6-34 3:14, JSU 26 - UM 34 Alan Bonner 19 yd pass from Marques Ivory (La’Ray Williams pass from IVORY,Marques), 9-71 2:31, JSU 34 - UM 34 Alan Bonner 7 yd pass from Marques Ivory (James Esco kick), 5-25 0:00, JSU 41 - UM 34 Brandon Bolden 2 yd run (Bryson Rose kick), 5-25 0:00, JSU 41 - UM 41 Enrique Davis 2 yd run (Bryson Rose kick), 5-25 0:00, JSU 41 - UM 48 Kevyn Cooper 30 yd pass from Coty Blanchard (Calvin Middleton pass from BLANCHARD,Coty), 4-25 0:00, JSU 49 - UM 48

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

JSU UM 17 23 33-103 52-237 252 242 36-22-0 20-13-1 69-355 72-479 2-21 0-0 0-0 1-0 5-118 7-123 1-24 0-0 5-42.6 1-31.0 1-0 2-2 7-35 0-0 29:36 30:24 8 of 17 5 of 12 2 of 2 1 of 2 4-4 6-6 1-9 2-13

RUSHING: Jacksonville State-Calvin Middleton 17-67; Darius Barksdale 6-27; Coty Blanchard 4-16; TEAM 1-minus 1; Jamal Young 1-minus 3; Marques Ivory 4-minus 3. Ole Miss-Brandon Bolden 17-104; Enrique Davis 17-61; Jeremiah Masoli 5-29; Jesse Grandy 2-24; Jeff Scott 3-19; Rodney Scott 3-9; J. Whitehead 1-4; Devin Thomas 1-0; Nathan Stanley 3-minus 13. PASSING: Jacksonville State-Marques Ivory 13-23-0-126; Coty Blanchard 9-13-0-126. Ole Miss-Nathan Stanley 6-10-0-133; Jeremiah Masoli 7-10-1-109. RECEIVING: Jacksonville State-La’Ray Williams 6-60; Calvin Middleton 5-38; Alan Bonner 3-56; James Shaw 3-23; Kevyn Cooper 2-48; Jamal Young 2-8; Justin Howard 1-19. Ole Miss-Ferbia Allen 2-37; M. Summers 2-32; Ja-Mes Logan 2-31; Jesse Grandy 2-31; Melvin Harris 1-41; Brandon Bolden 1-34; Enrique Davis 1-16; Lionel Breaux 1-16; J. Whitehead 1-4. INTERCEPTIONS: Jacksonville State-Keginald Harris 1-24. Ole Miss-None. FUMBLES: Jacksonville State-Coty Blanchard 1-0. Ole Miss-Jesse Grandy 1-1; Nathan Stanley 1-1. Stadium: Vaught-Hemingway Attendance: 55768 Kickoff time: 2:35pm End of Game: 6:10p.m. Total elapsed time: 3:40 Officials: Referee: Marc Curles; Umpire: Jeff Roberson; Linesman: W. R. Kizer; Line judge: D. LaFontaine; Back judge: Stan Murray; Field judge: Greg Thomas; Side judge: Andy Britton; Scorer: Stacy Holmes; Temperature: 77 Wind: Calm Weather: Sunny and Clear

Jacksonville State • • • • • • • • • 21 Chattanooga • • • • • • • • • • • • 17

September 11, 2010 Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium - Jacksonville, Ala. JACKSONVILLE – The first game in the newly remodeled and newly named Burgess-Snow Field was worth the wait. After a lightning delay that pushed kickoff back 86 minutes, the 22,186 in attendance saw the fifth-ranked Jacksonville State football team score 21 unanswered points to pull of its second fourth-quarter come-from-behind win, a 21-17 thriller over Chattanooga. One week after the second-largest crowd to ever watch JSU play saw the Gamecocks (2-0) rally for a double-overtime win over Ole Miss, the largest home crowd in Gamecock history saw


2010 Game Summaries junior Marques Ivory find junior James Shaw for a 72-yard touchdown strike with 1:16 remaining and hand the Mocs (0-2) their second heartbreaking loss in as many weeks. JSU, who added hall of fame coach Bill Burgess’ name to its improved home in a pregame ceremony, got off to a slow start, turning the ball over three times in the first half and mustering just 93 yards of total offense before taking a 10-0 deficit into the locker room at the half.

Senior John Houston Whiddon led the Gamecock offense with a career-high seven catches for 68 yards, while senior Alphonso Freeney led the ground attack with 54 yards on just seven touches.

Junior corner A.J. Davis and senior linebacker Antonio Bonner each recorded eight tackles to lead the JSU defense, while junior Brannon Byrd added seven tackles and two sacks.

UTC’s defense put points on the board itself with 6:20 left in the first half, when a Chaz Moore hit knocked the ball from Jamal Young’s hands. Jaron Norfleet scooped up the loose ball and went uncontested into the endzone to put the Mocs up 10-0.

The Mocs took the ensuing possession down to the Gamecocks’ 10 yard line but turned it over on downs instead of attempting a 29-yard field goal on fourth and four from the 12. JSU took over with 2:20 to play and worked their magic, when the sixth play of the drive saw Ivory find Shaw for the winner. Griffin Thomas pooched the ensuing kickoff and watched it slip through Shane Heatherly’s hands. Jawaan Booker recovered the loose ball, and JSU ran all but six seconds off the clock, not enough for the Mocs to make a last attempt. Score by Quarters UT Chattanooga Jacksonville State

1 3 0

2 7 0

3 7 7

4 0 14

Score 17 21

Record: (0-2) Record: (2-0)

September 18, 2010 Georgia Dome - Atlanta, Ga.

ATLANTA – The Jacksonville State football team needed overtime to escape the Georgia Dome with a hard-fought 34-27 win over upstart Georgia State. In a game that saw three ties and three lead changes, the No. 4 Gamecocks (3-0) pulled another one out of their hats, thanks to a touchdown run from Marques Ivory and a defensive stop in overtime. The win is JSU’s third win in the final two minutes this season and puts its record at 3-0 for the first time since the 2004 season.

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JSU cut the Mocs’ lead to three midway through the final quarter, thanks to a 17-play, 97-yard scoring drive that was capped by a nine-yard pass from Blanchard to Jeffrey Cameron with 7:50 on the clock. The Esco point after put JSU within a field goal at 17-14.

Jacksonville State • • • • • • • • • 34 Georgia State• • • • • • • • • • • • • 27

HISTORY

The drive stalled when Blanchard was sacked for a loss of 12 on third down that forced James Esco to attempt a 46-yard field goal. His first unsuccessful attempt as a Gamecock missed left and gave UTC the ball back with just over three minutes remaining in the third quarter.

Stadium: Burgess-Snow Field Attendance: 22186 Kickoff time: 6 p.m. End of Game: 10:28 pm Total elapsed time: 3:02 Officials: Referee: Ken Stovall; Umpire: John Short; Linesman: David Seewe; Line judge: John E. Smoot; Back judge: Paul Schardein; Field judge: Bart Horne; Side judge: Al Studstill; Temperature: 82 Wind: SSW 3mph Weather: Partly Cloudy

RECORDS

The Gamecock offense finally put together a scoring drive on its first possession of the second half. Blanchard used a three-yard scoring keeper to cap a 69-yard drive that took 15 plays and 6:21 off of the clock. The Gamecocks finally forced a Mocs turnover on the ensuing kick, one that ended with James Powell stripping the ball from returner Brian Sutherland and James Shaw coming up with it at the bottom of a pile on the UTC 32.

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UTC struck early to start the second half, when Coleman found Joel Bradford on a 14-yard slant route that put the Mocs up 17-0 with 12:19 remaining in the third. They needed just 54 yards to score, after a personal foul on the Gamecocks after the kickoff set up UTC with a short field.

RUSHING: UT Chattanooga-Errol Wynn 13-98; Keon Williams 10-33; B. Sutherland 2-17; B.J. Coleman 4-13; J.J. Jackson 4-10; Chris Awuah 3-9; Chris Pitchford 1-4; Joel Bradford 1-minus 10. Jacksonville State-Alphonso Freeney 7-54; Calvin Middleton 17-53; Coty Blanchard 8-7; Richard Freelon 2-5; Marques Ivory 5-2; Darius Barksdale 2-1; TEAM 1-minus 3; Jamal Young 2-minus 8; James Shaw 1-minus 15. PASSING: UT Chattanooga-B.J. Coleman 10-22-1-149; Chris Awuah 0-1-0-0. Jacksonville State-Marques Ivory 18-33-2-226; Coty Blanchard 2-3-1-14. RECEIVING: UT Chattanooga-Joel Bradford 6-76; B. Sutherland 3-48; Garrett Hughes 1-25. Jacksonville State-John Houston Whiddon 7-68; Jamal Young 3-20; James Shaw 2-85; Calvin Middleton 2-23; Jeffrey Cameron 2-14; La’Ray Williams 1-13; Cory Freeman 1-8; Justin Howard 1-6; Alphonso Freeney 1-3. INTERCEPTIONS: UT Chattanooga-Jordan Tippit 1-21; Kadeem Wise 1-0; Ryan Consiglio 1-0. Jacksonville State-Robert Gray 1-19. FUMBLES: UT Chattanooga-B.J. Coleman 2-0; B. Sutherland 1-1; Louis Gibson 1-1. Jacksonville State-Jamal Young 1-1; Alan Bonner 1-0; James Shaw 1-0.

OPPONENTS

The Mocs were only able to parlay those picks into three points, a 27-yard Jeff Veres field goal with 11:37 remaining in the first quarter. Veres was set up for a 26 yarder later in the quarter, but his attempt sailed left.

JSU 22 45-96 240 36-20-3 81-336 0-0 2-10 4-96 1-19 3-39.0 3-1 4-35 34:20 10 of 17 0 of 1 2-3 0-0

ABOUT JSU

Turnovers proved to be the Gamecocks’ achilles heel early in the game, as their first three possessions ended in an interception. Ivory, who entered the game without throwing a pick since the 2009 season opener at Georgia Tech (50 attempts), threw the first two, while Blanchard tossed the second.

Team Statistics UTC FIRST DOWNS 18 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 38-174 PASSING YDS (NET) 149 Passes Att-Comp-Int 23-10-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 61-323 Fumble Returns-Yards 1-26 Punt Returns-Yards 1-6 Kickoff Returns-Yards 4-75 Interception Returns-Yards 3-21 Punts (Number-Avg) 3-47.0 Fumbles-Lost 4-2 Penalties-Yards 4-30 Possession Time 25:40 Third-Down Conversions 6 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions 0 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances 2-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards 0-0

COACHES

UTC quarterback B.J. Coleman’s stats went in the opposite direction as Ivory’s. The junior from Chattanooga went 10-for-22 on the night with all but 27 of his 149 passing yards coming before the half. Tailback Errol Wynn ran for 98 yards against the JSU defense on 13 carries.

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His freshman backup, Coty Blanchard, was 2-for-3 with an interception and a touchdown pass, a nine-yard strike to senior Jeffrey Cameron that cut the UTC lead to three with just under eight minutes to play. The Centre, Ala., native also ran for 45 yards and a score on seven carries before a 12-yard loss to run the clock on the Gamecocks’ final play left him with 33 yards on the night.

01:16

OUTLOOK

Thur winning toss from Ivory put a sweet cap on what had been a sour statistical night early on for the Warner Robins, Ga., native. After a pair of interceptions on the team’s first two possessions led to a 4-for-10 first half, Ivory completed 14 of his final 23 passes for 181 second-half yards and his lone touchdown pass.

Jeff Veres 27 yd field goal, 7-38 2:08, UTC 3 - JSU 0 Jaron Norfleet 26 yd fumble recovery (Jeff Veres kick), , UTC 10 - JSU 0 Joel Bradford 14 yd pass from B.J. Coleman (Jeff Veres kick), 6-54 2:35, UTC 17 - JSU 0 Coty Blanchard 3 yd run (James Esco kick), 15-69 6:21, UTC 17 - JSU 7 Jeffrey Cameron 9 yd pass from Coty Blanchard (James Esco kick), 17-97 6:55, UTC 17 - JSU 14 James Shaw 72 yd pass from Marques Ivory (James Esco kick), 6-89 1:05, UTC 17 JSU 21 INTRO

After a pair of touchdown drives that cut a 17-0 UTC lead to just a three-point advantage, JSU got the stop it needed on defense and then used its longest scoring play of the season to provide the fireworks. The scoring drive was the Gamecocks’ seventh-straight possession in the fourth quarter or later that resulted in a touchdown and gave Jax State its first 2-0 start since the 2004 season.

Scoring Summary: 1st 11:37 UTC 2nd 06:20 UTC 3rd 12:19 UTC 05:59 JSU 4th 07:50 JSU

JSU needed four rushing plays, the last a four-yard scoring run from Ivory, to drive the 25 yards on its overtime possession. Clinging to the seven-point lead, the Gamecock defense forced a fourth-and-goal from the two for the Panthers (1-2). At the end of a night that saw JSU flagged 13 times to GSU’s four, one official signaled a touchdown after watching Emmanuel Ogbuehi haul in a Kelton Hill pass with his leg lying out of bounds. As the Panthers and most of the 16,128 in attendance erupted in celebration, the call was corrected and the Gamecocks celebrated their seventh-straight win. www.JSUGamecockSports.com

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2010 Game Summaries Ivory, a junior from Warner Robins, Ga., completed a career-high 24 passes in 32 attempts for 283 yards, also a career-best. He connected with Jamal Young for a touchdown pass and ran for 21 yards and a score on five carries.

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HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

Young, a senior from Jackson, Miss., led the JSU rushing attack with 64 yards on nine carries, thanks to 58 yards on six carries after the third quarter. In the absence of leading rusher Calvin Middleton to a foot injury, the Gamecocks spread 39 carries among five players and totaled 167 of their 450 yards on the ground. Freshman Darius Barksdale ran for 37 yards and his first career touchdown on 14 carries. The Panthers, in their third game in program history, put the ball in the air 40 times to account for 227 of their 339 yards of total offense. Quarterback Drew Little completed 25 of his 28 pass attempts for 227 yards and an interception, while tailback Travis Evans ran for 54 yards on seven carries to led the GSU ground game. Sophomore Keginald Harris got the Gamecocks’ interception and broke up a pair of passes, the latter being on the final play of the game. He added four tackles, three behind a threeway tie between Antonio Bonner, T.J. Heath and Morrell Jones for the team lead on the afternoon. The Gamecocks took the opening kickoff and drove down the field before stalling inside the Panthers’ 10-yard line. James Esco, capped the 13-play, 69-yard drive with a 20-yard field goal that gave the Gamecocks an early 3-0 lead. That lead would be short-lived, as the Panthers would use a good return on the ensuing kick to set up a 41-yard score on a reverse by Darren McCray that gave them a 7-3 lead with 6:23 on the first quarter clock. Jax State answered with the next possession, driving 78 yards in 11 plays to close the first quarter, setting up a four-yard touchdown pass from Ivory to Jamal Young. The Gamecocks’ first offensive touchdown in the first half this season put them back on top 10-7 with 14:54 remaining in the half. The Panthers started their next drive at their own 39 and took it into Gamecock territory before stalling. Iain Vance picked up the slack for the GSU offense, sneaking a 39-yard field goal just over the crossbar and tying the game at 10-10 with 10:38 to play. JSU would use a late drive to reclaim the lead before the half. Blanchard scampered in from four yards out to finish off the 49-yard drive and give the Gamecocks a 17-10 half time advantage, their first lead at the intermission this season. The Panthers started the second half with a drive, but the Gamecock defense wouldn’t break once the ball got deep in their territory. Vance put three points on the board from 25 yards out, cutting the JSU lead to 17-13 with 8:34 to play in the third. The Gamecocks answered with a field goal of their own after a penalty stalled their drive inside the 10. Esco’s 27 yarder was true and gave the Gamecocks a 20-13 lead with 12 seconds left in the third. The Gamecocks couldn’t wrap up GSU running back Travis Evans on the Panthers’ next drive, one that was capped by a 46-yard scoring run that tied the game at 20-20 with 13:26 remaining in the game. They did answer again, thanks to a 69-yard drive that was capped by Darius Barksdale’s first career touchdown run. The one-yard plunge gave JSU its fourth lead of the afternoon, a 27-20 advantage with 9:38 remaining on the clock. The Panthers dealt the next blow in the slugfest, a 13-plat, 75-yard drive that was aided by a few timely penalties and a pair of key third-down conversions. Little pushed it in from the one with 3:57 to play and Vance’s kick tied it at 27-27, the third tie of the day. The Gamecocks got the ball back with a little under four minutes to play, but they couldn’t stop the clock from running out before attempting a field goal, sending the game into overtime. Score by Quarters Jacksonville State Georgia State

1 3 7

2 14 3

3 3 3

4 7 14

OT 7 0

Score 34 Record: (3-0) 27 Record: (1-2)

Scoring Summary: 1st 07:57 JSU James Esco 20 yd field goal, 13-69 7:03, JSU 3 - GSU 0 06:23 GSU McCray, Darren 41 yd run (Vance, Iain kick), 3-56 1:26, JSU 3 - GSU 7 2nd 14:54 JSU Jamal Young 4 yd pass from Marques Ivory (James Esco kick), 11-82 6:23, JSU 10 - GSU 7 10:38 GSU Vance, Iain 39 yd field goal, 8-39 4:16, JSU 10 - GSU 10 00:50 JSU Coty Blanchard 4 yd run (James Esco kick), 7-49 1:13, JSU 17 - GSU 10 3rd 08:34 GSU Vance, Iain 25 yd field goal, 14-77 5:51, JSU 17 - GSU 13 00:12 JSU James Esco 27 yd field goal, 7-21 3:21, JSU 20 - GSU 13 4th 13:26 GSU Evans, Travis 46 yd run (Vance, Iain kick), 5-69 1:40, JSU 20 - GSU 20 09:38 JSU Darius Barksdale 1 yd run (James Esco kick), 9-69 3:42, JSU 27 - GSU 20 03:57 GSU Little, Drew 1 yd run (Vance, Iain kick), 13-75 5:29, JSU 27 - GSU 27 OT 00:00 JSU Marques Ivory 2 yd run (James Esco kick), 4-25 0:00, JSU 34 - GSU 27

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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

JSU 24 39-167 283 32-24-0 71-450 0-0 2-27 4-110 1-0 2-36.5 3-1 13-121 48:09 7 of 12 0 of 0 6-6 2-8

GSU 19 22-112 227 40-25-1 62-339 0-0 0-0 4-92 0-0 2-42.0 1-0 4-35 26:51 7 of 13 0 of 2 2-3 0-0

RUSHING: Jacksonville State-Jamal Young 9-64; Darius Barksdale 14-37; Alphonso Freeney 6-26; Marques Ivory 5-21; Coty Blanchard 5-19. Georgia State-Evans, Travis 7-54; McCray, Darren 1-41; Hill, Kelton 4-11; Lee, Parris 5-7; Burkhalter, Sam 1-6; Williams, Danny 1-minus 1; Watson, R. 1-minus 3; Little, Drew 2-minus 3. PASSING: Jacksonville State-Marques Ivory 24-32-0-283. Georgia State-Little, Drew 25-38-1-227; Schlechter, Bo 0-1-0-0; Hill, Kelton 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Jacksonville State-John Houston Whiddon 6-69; Jeffrey Cameron 4-58; James Shaw 4-30; Justin Howard 3-62; Kevyn Cooper 2-34; Cory Freeman 2-13; Jamal Young 2-7; Alphonso Freeney 1-10. Georgia State-Williams, Danny 7-78; Schlechter, Bo 5-64; Evans, Travis 4-23; Ogbuehi, E. 3-29; Lee, Parris 2-14; Haynes, Sidney 1-14; Williams, A. 1-10; Watson, R. 1-5; Burkhalter, Sam 1-minus 10. INTERCEPTIONS: Jacksonville State-Keginald Harris 1-0. Georgia State-None. FUMBLES: Jacksonville State-Justin Howard 1-1; Coty Blanchard 1-0; Cory Freeman 1-0. Georgia State-Ogbuehi, E. 1-0. Stadium: Georgia Dome Attendance: 16128 Kickoff time: 1:06 pm End of Game: 4:32 pm Total elapsed time: 3:26 Officials: Referee: Mike Sechrist; Umpire: William O’Brien; Linesman: John Schmid; Line judge: Baron Ballester; Back judge: Peter Shafer; Field judge: Milton Britton; Side judge: Frank D’Angelo; Temperature: Wind: Weather:

Jacksonville State • • • • • • • • • 28 Eastern Illinois• • • • • • • • • • • 23 September 25, 2010 O’Brien Stadium - Charleston, Ill.

CHARLESTON, Ill. – Senior Jamal Young rushed for a career-high 162 yards and three touchdowns to lead No. 4 Jacksonville State to a 28-23 Ohio Valley Conference win over Eastern Illinois. Jax State, 4-0 for the first time since 2004, extended its winning streak to eight straight games, dating back to the final four wins of 2009. It was also the Gamecocks eighth straight road win, which is the longest FCS road winning streak in the country. The Gamecocks rolled up 392 yards of total offense as Marques Ivory finished the game 14-for-22 for 122 yards through the air. John Houston Whiddon had 38 yards on three catches to lead the receivers for the third straight game. The Panthers took the lead midway through the first quarter after intercepting a Gamecock pass on the 18 yard line and Cameron Berra kicked a 22-yard field goal with 6:33 left in the first quarter. Eastern Illinois extended the lead on its next possession after Jimmy Potempa scored on a 14-yard run up the middle. The Panthers missed the extra point, but held a 9-0 lead with 2:23 left in the first quarter. The Gamecocks answered by going 81 yards in 14 plays and Young scored his first touchdown on a one-yard run. James Esco kicked the point after to cut the lead to 9-7 with 10:38 left in the second quarter. Jax State took the lead with 2:35 left in the first half after Young raced 76 yards for his second touchdown of the quarter. Esco added the point after to give the Gamecocks a 14-9 lead. JSU’s Keginald Harris then intercepted an EIU pass and returned it to the Panther 8-yard line.


2010 Game Summaries Two plays later, Young scored on a 5-yard run and Esco added the point after to give Jax State a 21-9 lead at the half. Jax State tacked on another touchdown midway through the fourth quarter after Alphonso Freeney scored on a nine-yard run with 6:28 left. The touchdown was setup by an interception by Robert Gray, who returned it to the Panthers 18-yard line. The Panthers cut the lead to 28-17 with 5:13 left after Potempa scored on a 7-yard run and Lorence Ricks caught the 2-point conversion. EIU then recovered the onside kick and drove down to the Gamecock 25-yard line, but Brooks Robinson intercepted the Panther pass at the two-yard line to seal the win for the Gamecocks.

2 21 0

3 0 0

4 7 14

Score 28 23

Record: (4-0,1-0) Record: (0-4,0-2)

The Racers outgained the Gamecocks with 397 yards to JSU’s 380, the second time in as many league games they have been outgained. Casey Brockman threw for 197 yards on 23-for-36 passing, while Jeff Ehrhardt went 13-for-18 for 87 yards. Brockman ran 17 times for 65 yards and two scores, while Arthur Brackett’s 13 catches for 96 yards led the Racers’ receiving corps. MSU raced out to a 14-0 lead after a pair of one-yard touchdown runs, the first by Casey Brackman and the second by Mike Harris. The Gamecocks finally found an answer towards the end of the first quarter, when Blanchard and Cameron hooked up for a 65-yard scoring pass over the middle. A career long for both Blanchard and for Cameron, the strike cut the deficit to 14-7 with 35 seconds to play ion the quarter. Sophomore DiMetrio Tyson sacked Ehrhardt inside the MSU five on the first play of the ensuing drive, forcing the Racers to punt out of their own end zone. The Gamecocks used the short field to set up a 35-yard field goal by James Esco. The sophomore’s kick cut the Racers’ lead to 14-10 with 12:45 on the first-quarter clock. After a defensive stop forced the Racers to punt, the Gamecock offense continued to roll. Ivory found Cameron from 60 yards out with 6:45 to play in the half to give JSU its first lead of the night. Esco’s attempts was blocked to leave the score at 16-14, but the Gamecocks attempted an onside kicks and recovered it. On the next play, Ivory connected with Jamal Young for a 34-yard touchdown pass. Esco’s kick was true on this one, eight seconds after his previous attempt, giving the Gamecocks a 23-14 lead.

The Gamecocks stretched the lead to 33-14 on their first possession of the second half, thanks to a 41-yard field goal by Esco with 10:50 remaining in the third.

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On the Gamecocks’ next possession, they used a little trickery to set up a score. On fourth and 11, Blanchard kept the ball on a fake punt attempt and scampered 27 yards to the Racers’ 47. On the next play, Young ran 47 yards to the end zone, giving JSU a 30-14 lead it would take into the halftime locker room.

HISTORY

Stadium: O’Brien Field Attendance: 4311 Kickoff time: 1:35 pm End of Game: 4:40 pm Total elapsed time: 3:05 Officials: Referee: Ken Stovall; Umpire: John Short; Linesman: David Seewer; Line judge: John Smoot; Back judge: Paul Schardein; Field judge: Bart Horne; Side judge: Al Studstill; Scorer: EIU Sports Info; Temperature: 72 deg Wind: 6 NNW Weather: Sunny, Clear

Their were no turnovers on either side of the ball in the game, snapping a streak of 25 games in which the JSU defense has forced at least one turnover. The last time the Gamecocks didn’t force at least one was on Aug, 28, 2008 at Georgia Tech.

RECORDS

RUSHING: Jacksonville State-Jamal Young 18-162; Coty Blanchard 8-42; Darius Barksdale 10-30; Marques Ivory 3-19; Alphonso Freeney 3-12; Lequintez Reynolds 1-2; Richard Freelon 2-0; TEAM 2-minus 3. Eastern Illinois-POTEMPA 13-101; LARGE 3-48; LORA 2-21; WILLIAMS, M. 9-1; GAROPPOLO 6-minus 6. PASSING: Jacksonville State-Marques Ivory 14-22-1-122; Coty Blanchard 1-2-0-6. Eastern Illinois-GAROPPOLO 8-19-2-106; LARGE 10-19-1-126. RECEIVING: Jacksonville State-John Houston Whiddon 3-38; Jeffrey Cameron 3-35; Darius Barksdale 2-11; Justin Howard 2-10; Alphonso Freeney 2-5; Cory Freeman 1-13; Kevyn Cooper 1-10; Jamal Young 1-6. Eastern Illinois-LORA 7-86; WHITTAKER 4-40; WISE 3-59; POTEMPA 2-8; WRIGHT 1-25; BRUNS 1-14. INTERCEPTIONS: Jacksonville State-Keginald Harris 1-24; Robert Gray 1-20; Brooks Robinson 1-0. Eastern Illinois-MARTINEZ 1-0. FUMBLES: Jacksonville State-TEAM 1-1; Marques Ivory 1-0; Darius Barksdale 1-0. Eastern Illinois-WILLIAMS, M. 1-0; GAROPPOLO 1-0.

Freshman Brenton Tolson led the Gamecocks defense with 10 tackles on the night, six of which were solo. The Anniston, Ala., native entered the night with just four career tackles.

REVIEW

EIU 26 33-165 232 38-18-3 71-397 0-0 0-0 4-82 1-0 5-46.0 2-0 6-26 24:55 4 of 11 0 of 0 4-5 0-0

Senior tailback Jamal Young ran for 60 yards and a touchdown on nine carries, while catching five passes for 59 yards and a touchdown in the game. It was the first time a Gamecock caught and ran for a touchdown in the same game since Young did it against the Racers in 2009.

OPPONENTS

JSU 20 47-264 128 24-15-1 71-392 0-0 3-5 4-50 3-44 3-41.0 3-1 7-73 35:04 8 of 16 0 of 1 3-4 2-17

Senior wide receiver Jeffrey Cameron caught two touchdown passes, a 65- and 60-yarder, making him the Gamecocks’ first 100-yard receiver in their last 11 games. Junior Marques Ivory found him on one of his seven completions, while freshman Coty Blanchard connected with him for the other. Ivory went 7-for-17 for 161 yards and two scores on the night, and Blanchard went 3-for-4 for 68 yards and a score. The native of Centre, Ala., also ran for 28 yards on four carries and punted seven times for a 39.4 yard average.

ABOUT JSU

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

Murray would battle back to cut the deficit to six in the final minutes, but a defensive stand by JSU gave the Gamecocks a 5-0 record for the first time since 2004. It also extended the nation’s longest FCS winning streak and the fifth-longest in school history to nine games.

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BERRA 22 yd field goal, 5-13 2:05, JSU 0 - EIU 3 POTEMPA 14 yd run (BERRA kick failed), 6-82 2:47, JSU 0 - EIU 9 Jamal Young 1 yd run (James Esco kick), 14-81 6:39, JSU 7 - EIU 9 Jamal Young 76 yd run (James Esco kick), 5-88 2:02, JSU 14 - EIU 9 Jamal Young 5 yd run (James Esco kick), 2-8 0:51, JSU 21 - EIU 9 Alphonso Freeney 8 yd run (James Esco kick), 3-16 1:29, JSU 28 - EIU 9 POTEMPA 7 yd run (RICKS pass from LARGE), 6-54 1:09, JSU 28 - EIU 17 LORA 2 yd pass from LARGE (LARGE pass failed), 13-98 1:27, JSU 28 - EIU 23

The Racers (1-4, 1-2 Ohio Valley Conference) jumped on the Gamecocks (5-0, 2-0 OVC) early, putting up 14 points and 146 yards on their first two possessions. The Gamecocks took over for a while from that point, rolling off 33 unanswered points in a stretch that saw them gain 304 yards while holding their visitors to just nine yards of total offense.

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Scoring Summary: 1st 06:33 EIU 02:23 EIU 2nd 10:38 JSU 02:35 JSU 01:35 JSU 4th 06:28 JSU 05:13 EIU 00:38 EIU

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JACKSONVILLE – One dominating stretch in the middle of the game proved to be the difference for the No. 4 Jacksonville State football team held on for a 40-34 win over Murray State at Burgess-Snow Field.

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Score by Quarters Jacksonville State Eastern Illinois

October 2, 2010 Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium - Jacksonville, Ala.

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Antonio Bonner led the Gamecock defense with six tackles and two for loss, while A.J. Davis, Jawaan Booker, Rodney Garrott and Marquis George each had five tackles.

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The Racers moved the football again in the third quarter, putting together a 67-yard drive that was capped by a one-yard run by Brockman. A failed two-point attempt put the score at 33-20 with 1:49 remaining in the quarter. After the two exchanged possessions, the Gamecocks punted it away to Dontrell Johnson, who returned the kick 70 yards for a score. The punt return for a touchdown was the first against the Gamecocks since the 2009 season opener at Georgia Tech and cut its lead to 33-27 with 8:44 to play.

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2010 Game Summaries JSU’s Alan Bonner answered on the ensuing kick, taking it 92 yards to stretch the lead back to 13 at 40-27. It was JSU’s first kickoff return for a score since Young’s 95-yard return at Nicholls State on Sept. 26, 2009.

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The Racers cut the lead to 40-34 with just under six minutes to play on a Duane Brady TD run, and then got the ball back on the Gamecock 47 yard line with 3:02 to play. After a holding penalty and a 12-yard loss set up a fourth and 23 for the Racers, Brockman found Arthur Brackett for 22 yards, turning it over on downs. They stopped JSU on three plays and forced the Gamecocks to punt. Blanchard booted a 50-yard punt that went out of bounds at the four, leaving the Racers with 96 yards between them and the end zone.

MARTIN, Tenn. – The Jacksonville State football team jumped out to an early lead and never looked back as the Gamecocks went wire-to-wire for a 30-20 win at UT Martin.

The Gamecocks defense held on to their fifth single-digit win of the season. Score by Quarters 1 Murray State 14 Jacksonville State 7

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Record: (1-4,1-2) Record: (5-0,2-0)

Scoring Summary: 1st 09:21 MUR BROCKMAN, Casey 1 yd run (CULLEN, Kienan kick), 12-66 4:32, MUR 7 - JSU 0 02:38 MUR HARRIS, Mike 1 yd run (CULLEN, Kienan kick), 11-80 3:50, MUR 14 - JSU 0 00:35 JSU Jeffrey Cameron 65 yd pass from Coty Blanchard (James Esco kick), 4-76 1:57, MUR 14 JSU 7 2nd 12:45 JSU James Esco 35 yd field goal, 5-15 1:27, MUR 14 - JSU 10 06:45 JSU Jeffrey Cameron 60 yd pass from Marques Ivory (James Esco kick blockd), 5-81 2:30, MUR 14 - JSU 16 06:37 JSU Jamal Young 34 yd pass from Marques Ivory (James Esco kick), 1-34 0:08, MUR 14 - JSU 23 02:33 JSU Jamal Young 47 yd run (James Esco kick), 5-73 2:02, MUR 14 - JSU 30 3rd 10:50 JSU James Esco 41 yd field goal, 7-25 3:08, MUR 14 - JSU 33 01:49 MUR BROCKMAN, Casey 1 yd run (ROTHMAN, Marshy rush failed), 9-67 2:44, MUR 20 - JSU 33 4th 08:44 MUR JOHNSON, Dontre 70 yd punt return (CULLEN, Kienan kick), , MUR 27 - JSU 33 08:31 JSU Alan Bonner 92 yd kickoff return (James Esco kick), , MUR 27 - JSU 40 05:46 MUR BRADY, Duane 1 yd run (CULLEN, Kienan kick), 8-52 2:37, MUR 34 - JSU 40 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 26 38-113 284 54-36-0 92-397 0-0 3-107 6-119 0-0 6-34.7 2-0 5-44 34:25 6 of 19 3 of 6 4-6 1-9

JSU 15 36-151 229 21-10-0 57-380 0-0 5-23 5-164 0-0 7-39.4 1-0 6-55 25:35 3 of 12 1 of 1 2-2 0-0

RUSHING: Murray State-BROCKMAN, Casey 17-65; HARRIS, Mike 15-47; HARRIS, Marcus 1-11; BARNETT, Dexter 2-6; BRADY, Duane 1-1; EHRHARDT, Jeff 2-minus 17. Jacksonville State-Jamal Young 9-60; Darius Barksdale 8-33; Coty Blanchard 4-28; Alphonso Freeney 4-28; James Shaw 3-11; Calvin Middleton 1-3; TEAM 2-minus 1; Marques Ivory 5-minus 11. PASSING: Murray State-BROCKMAN, Casey 23-36-0-197; EHRHARDT, Jeff 13-18-0-87. Jacksonville State-Marques Ivory 7-17-0-161; Coty Blanchard 3-4-0-68. RECEIVING: Murray State-BRACKETT, Arthu 13-96; HARRIS, Marcus 8-99; BARNETT, Dexter 6-41; DANIELS, Rashad 4-51; HARRIS, Mike 4-minus 10; DURRANTE, Dexte 1-7. Jacksonville State-Jamal Young 5-59; Jeffrey Cameron 2-125; Kevyn Cooper 1-21; Alphonso Freeney 1-19; Alan Bonner 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: Murray State-None. Jacksonville State-None. FUMBLES: Murray State-BROCKMAN, Casey 1-0; EHRHARDT, Jeff 1-0. Jacksonville State-Marques Ivory 1-0. Stadium: Burgess-Snow Field Attendance: 14812 Kickoff time: 6 pm End of Game: 9:23 pm Total elapsed time: 3:23 Officials: Referee: Jason McArthur; Umpire: Brian Davis; Linesman: Tom Danner; Line judge: Jeff Irwin; Back judge: Gregory Brey; Field judge: Burney Jenkins; Side judge: Chip Shields; Temperature: 73 Wind: 6 - NNW Weather: Sunny

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October 9, 2010 Hardy M. Graham Stadium – Martin, Tenn.

The third-ranked Gamecocks (6-0, 3-0 Ohio Valley Conference) never trailed for the first time in six games before stretching their winning streak to 10 games and claiming their ninthstraight win on the road. The 10-game stretch is the longest in the nation at the FCS level and ties for the fourth-longest in school history. The win also improved JSU to 26-6 all-time against the Skyhawks (2-4, 2-2 OVC) and 11-3 in Martin. JSU turned its attention to the ground as they improved to 6-0 for the first time since 2004 and extended the OVC’s longest win streak since 1999. The Gamecocks ran for 172 yards on 38 carries, led by junior Calvin Middleton’s 97 yards on 15 touches. The native of Acworth, Ga., also scored his first touchdown since the season opener, a 31-yard run up the middle in the third quarter. Senior Jamal Young ran for 24 yards on eight carries and caught one pass for a 12-yard touchdown. The Jackson, Miss., native’s catch from junior Marques Ivory was his third in 2010, the most by a JSU running back since the Gamecocks moved to Division I in 1995. The Gamecocks got 91 yards and a score on 7-of-12 passing from Ivory, while freshman Coty Blanchard completed one of his seven passes for a four-yard touchdown pass to sophomore Denzel Cheeks. The catch was the first of Cheeks’ career and made him the 13th Gamecock to catch a pass this season. Junior James Shaw hauled in a team-high three catches for 32 yards and a score. The Skyhawks used 338 passing yards by Derek Carr to outgain the Gamecocks, 427-267. Carr completed 31 of his 50 passes for two scores and an interception, as JSU was outgained for the third-straight week. Jason McNair was Carr’s favorite target, as the two connected on nine passes for 57 yards, but Jarvis Perry made the most out of his six catches. The junior’s career-high in receptions led to 122 yards, also a career best. Junior Jamison Wadley and senior Antonio Bonner each recorded six tackles to lead the Gamecock defense. Wadley, a native of Gadsden, Ala., had a sack and another tackle for a loss to spark a JSU front that recorded three sacks and six tackles in the backfield on the afternoon. Sophomore Keginald Harris had an interception that he returned 45 yards, the fourth pick of the season for the native of Town Creek, Ala. Josh Bey’s 12 tackles led the Skyhawks’ defense. The Gamecocks jumped out to an unusual early lead, thanks to a 12-yard screen pass from Ivory to Shaw that gave JSU a 7-0 advantage. Jax State’s first touchdown of the season on its opening possession capped a seven-play, 55-yard drive and came just 3:35 into the game. They added three more just five minutes later on a 22-yard field goal by James Esco. The sophomore from Leesburg, Ga., split the uprights with 6:18 on the first-quarter clock to polish off a 47-yard drive that took eight plays and ate just under four minutes off of the clock. UTM used a 42-yard kick from Cody Sandlin on the first play of the second quarter to cut the JSU lead to 10-3. After a defensive stop on the ensuing possession, the Skyhawks got three more on a 21-yard field goal by Sandlin with 9:28 to play in the half. The drive, which was started by a 61-yard pass from Carr to Perry, stalled at the JSU two after a defensive stand by the Gamecocks. The Gamecocks stretched the lead to 16-6 on their next drive, one that started with a 27-yard run by Blanchard and ended with a four-yard pass form Blanchard to Cheeks. The first career reception by the sophomore from Swainsboro, Ga., was the seventh play of the 62-yard scoring drive. UTM’s Karlos Jones blocked the Esco point after attempt to leave the deficit at 16-6 with 6:46 to play in the half. Harris set up JSU’s next score with a interception of Carr that he returned 45 yards to the Skyhawks’ 27. A Personal foul on UTM set the Gamecocks up at the 12-yard line, from where Ivory found Young three-plays later in the back of the end zone. Esco’s kick gave JSU a 23-6 lead with just 41 seconds to play before the half. JSU picked up where it left off in the second half, using a three-play stop on defense to set up a 31-yard touchdown run up the middle by Middleton. The run capped a three-play drive that covered 40 yards and gave the Gamecocks a 30-6 lead with 11:41 to play in the third. The Skyhawks used a big play to cut into the JSU lead late in the third, thanks to a 42-yard pass from Carr to Bryant Milligan. UTM’s first touchdown of the day cut the JSU lead to 30-13 with 3:03 remaining in the quarter.


2010 Game Summaries UTM got another score with 5:39 to play on a Daniel Chamberlain catch from six yards out. Carr’s second touchdown pass of the day went through linebacker Rodney Garrott’s hands and found Chamberlain’s in the end zone to cut the JSU lead to 30-20. UTM would get a stop and force the Gamecocks to punt, but its offense couldn’t put together another drive.

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Score by Quarters 1 Jacksonville State 10 UT Martin 0

JACKSONVILLE – The third-ranked Jacksonville State football team dominated in all phases, when the Gamecocks won their 11th-straight game with a 24-0 shutout of Tennessee State at Burgess-Snow Field.

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Record: (6-0,3-0) Record: (2-4,2-2)

James Shaw 12 yd pass from Marques Ivory (James Esco kick), 7-55 3:35, JSU 7 UTM 0 James Esco 22 yd field goal, 8-47 3:40, JSU 10 - UTM 0 SANDLIN, Cody 42 yd field goal, 6-14 2:15, JSU 10 - UTM 3 SANDLIN, Cody 21 yd field goal, 10-92 4:08, JSU 10 - UTM 6 Denzel Cheeks 4 yd pass from Coty Blanchard (James Esco kick blockd), 7-62 2:37, JSU 16 - UTM 6 Jamal Young 12 yd pass from Marques Ivory (James Esco kick), 3-12 0:15, JSU 23 UTM 6 Calvin Middleton 31 yd run (James Esco kick), 3-40 1:25, JSU 30 - UTM 6 MILLIGAN, Bryan 42 yd pass from CARR, Derek (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 2-55 0:38, JSU 30 - UTM 13 CHAMBERLAIN, Da 6 yd pass from CARR, Derek (SANDLIN, Cody kick), 9-74 3:11, JSU 30 - UTM 20

Blanchard’s punt team was also a catalyst for the Gamecocks on Saturday. His fake set up JSU’s first score of the day, while a TSU fumble on his next punt was recovered inside the 20 and set up Blanchard’s scoring pass. Junior James Shaw led the JSU receiving corps with three catches for 40 yards and his touchdown, an 18-yard haul from Blanchard. Senior John Houston Whiddon also had three catches for 23 yards, while Justin Howard and Jamal Young each had a pair of receptions. The Tigers’ Dante’ Thomas ran for 94 yards on 18 carries, while Perry tossed for 65 yards and was sacked three times. Junior Rodney Garrott had one of those sacks to pace his six-tackle afternoon. He was one off of the team lead of seven by senior Antonio Bonner. Sophomore Keginald Harris intercepted his fifth pass of the season, a category he led the OVC in entering Saturday. The Gamecocks made a total of seven stops behind the line of scrimmage, two of which were in the arms of Garrott. The Gamecocks pulled a little trickery out of their bag on their first drive of the game. Facing a three-and-out, punter Coty Blanchard kept the ball and scampered 24 yards for a first down to the Tigers’ 30-yard line. Two plays later, Middleton found a crease off left tackle and took it 32 yards to the endzone to give the Gamecocks a 7-0 lead with 9:29 remaining in the first quarter.

Score by Quarters Tennessee State Jacksonville State Scoring Summary: 1st 09:29 JSU 2nd 02:04 JSU 3rd

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The Gamecocks pushed the lead to 24-0 on their first possession of the second half, thanks to a nine-yard scoring pass from Ivory to Cameron that capped a six-play, 64-yard drive that took less than three minutes to complete.

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A 25-yard Shaw return of a Tiger punt on the next drive set up the Gamecocks’ final score of the half, a 27-yard field goal by James Esco. His first successful kick of the day gave Jax State a 17-0 advantage at the half.

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Late in the second quarter, special teams set up another score for the Gamecocks. Blanchard’s 46-yard punt was knocked from Julian Mallory’s hands by Jeffery Cameron and recovered by Kevyn Cooper to set the Gamecocks up at the Tigers’ 18 yard line. On the first play of the extended drive, Blanchard found James Shaw in the end zone to put JSU up 14-0 with 2:03 remaining in the half.

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Stadium: Graham Stadium Attendance: 3913 Kickoff time: 1 p.m. End of Game: 4:01 pm Total elapsed time: 3:01 Officials: Referee: Todd Dunaway; Umpire: Steve Joest; Linesman: Chris Barney; Line judge: Steve Horn; Back judge: Brandon Harris; Field judge: Mike Boshers; Side judge: Kirk Paitsel; Scorer: Ryne Rickman; Temperature: 85 Wind: No wind Weather: Sunny, slight breeze

Junior Marques Ivory was 7-for-17 through the air for 67 yards. The native of Warner Robins, Ga., threw two interceptions and one touchdown, while freshman Coty Blanchard was 4-for4 for 32 yards and a touchdown. Blanchard, of Leesburg, Ala., also ran for 28 yards on three carries, 24 of which came on a fake punt in the first quarter.

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RUSHING: Jacksonville State-Calvin Middleton 15-97; Coty Blanchard 7-42; Jamal Young 8-24; Marques Ivory 3-11; Alphonso Freeney 1-2; TEAM 1-minus 1; James Shaw 3-minus 3. UT Martin-MCNAIR, Jason 10-48; BARKSDALE, Tevi 9-42; CARR, Derek 9-minus 1. PASSING: Jacksonville State-Marques Ivory 7-12-0-91; Coty Blanchard 1-7-1-4. UT Martin-CARR, Derek 31-50-1-338. RECEIVING: Jacksonville State-James Shaw 3-32; John Houston Whiddon 2-25; Justin Howard 1-22; Jamal Young 1-12; Denzel Cheeks 1-4. UT Martin-MCNAIR, Jason 9-57; PERRY, Jarvis 6-122; CHAMBERLAIN, Da 4-36; SHIVER, Stephen 3-26; BARKSDALE, Tevi 3-12; MILLIGAN, Bryan 2-53; EVERETT, Ben 2-13; JONES, Kenny 1-17; TAYLOR, Maurice 1-2. INTERCEPTIONS: Jacksonville State-Keginald Harris 1-45. UT Martin-NWANKWO, Obi 1-0. FUMBLES: Jacksonville State-None. UT Martin-None.

The Tigers managed just 65 passing yards after completing only seven of their 17 pass attempts. The Gamecocks intercepted a pair of quarterback Jeremy Perry’s passes and recovered one of TSU’s two fumbles.

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JSU UTM 12 22 38-172 28-89 95 338 19-8-1 50-31-1 57-267 78-427 0-0 0-0 3-47 2-28 5-119 4-87 1-45 1-0 6-41.7 6-38.0 0-0 0-0 2-10 4-36 26:55 33:05 5 of 14 6 of 16 0 of 1 0 of 2 4-4 2-2 3-25 1-8

The JSU offense was as effective as it needed to be, picking up 174 yards on the ground and 99 more through the air. Junior Calvin Middleton’s 86 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries led the Jax State ground game, a key on a day that saw the Gamecocks outgain an OVC foe for the first time this season.

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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

The Gamecocks (7-0, 4-0 Ohio Valley Conference) improved to 7-0 for the first time since 1991 and extended the OVC’s longest winning streak since 1999 in convincing fashion. The shutout was the first by a JSU defense since 2006 and snapped a streak of 51-straight games in which the Tigers (3-4, 0-3 OVC) had scored.

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RUSHING: Tennessee State-THOMAS, Dante’ 18-94; WRIGHT, Terranc 9-47; WILSON, Bryce 1-14; PERRY, Jeremy 11-0; TEAM 1-minus 1. Jacksonville State-Calvin ,Middleton 12-86; Darius Barksdale 12-33; Coty Blanchard 3-28; Richard Freelon 5-13; Jamal Young 3-6; Marques Ivory 2-5; Alphonso Freeney 1-3. PASSING: Tennessee State-PERRY, Jeremy 7-17-2-65. Jacksonville State-Marques Ivory 8-18-2-67; Coty Blanchard 4-4-0-32. RECEIVING: Tennessee State-GLEAVES, Johnta 2-25; HILLS, Joseph 1-12; PRYOR, Jeremy 1-11; McNAIRL, Calvin 1-6; THOMAS, Dante’ 1-6; WRIGHT, Terranc 1-5. Jacksonville State-James Shaw 3-40; John Houston Whiddon 3-23; Justin Howard 2-16; Jamal Young 2-7; Jeffrey Cameron 1-9; La’Ray Williams 1-4. INTERCEPTIONS: Tennessee State-BATHER, Justin 1-16; CLIFFORD, Eugen 1-10. Jacksonville State-T.J. Heath 1-40; Keginald Harris 1-4. FUMBLES: Tennessee State-PERRY, Jeremy 1-0; MALLORY, Julian 1-1. Jacksonville State-Coty Blanchard 1-0. Stadium: Burgess-Snow Field Attendance: 15218 Kickoff time: 3:05 pm End of Game: 6:00 Total elapsed time: 2:55 Officials: Referee: Jason McArthur; Umpire: Brian Davis; Linesman: Michael Salas; Line judge: Jeff Irwin; Back judge: Gregory Brey; Field judge: Burney Jenkins; Side judge: Chip Shields; Temperature: 77 Wind: 4 from N Weather: Sunny

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October 23, 2010 Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium – Jacksonville, Ala. JACKSONVILLE – The third-ranked Jacksonville State football team put on a show for its largest Homecoming crowd ever by rolling to a 56-3 win over Austin Peay at Burgess-Snow Field. The Gamecocks (8-0, 5-0 Ohio Valley Conference) ran the longest winning streak in the nation and their longest since 1991 to 12 games and did so in convincing fashion. The win was the most lopsided in JSU’s OVC history and was the biggest on Homecoming since 1989. The dozen wins in a row is the longest streak by an OVC team since Eastern Kentucky’s 12 in a row in 1991 and ties for the third longest in the Gamecocks’ 107-year football history. The 19,707 fans in attendance saw the Gamecocks dominate from start to finish, outgaining the Govs (2-5, 1-3 OVC), 539-157. They ran for a season-high 332 yards and threw for 232 more, while Peay managed just 67 on the ground and 90 through the air. The Govs did score first, on a field goal less than three minutes in, but watched Jax State rattle off then next 56 en route to the rout. The run was the largest stretch of unanswered points by the Gamecocks in their Division I history. For the first time in school history, three JSU players threw for a touchdown. Junior Marques Ivory completed his first 10 attempts of the day to lead the trio and finished 10-for-12 for 145 yards and two touchdowns, while freshman Coty Blanchard was 4-for-4 for 25 yards and a pair of scores. Junior Thomas Darrah orchestrated the final drive of the game and completed all three attempts for 62 yards and his first career touchdown. Senior Jamal Young led eight Gamecocks with at least one carry on the ground with 105 yards on eight rushes. Senior Alphonso Freeney scored a career-high three touchdowns on a night that saw him run seven times for 47 yards. Blanchard scampered for 82 yards on nine rushes,

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thanks to a 46-yard run in the second quarter. Junior James Shaw ended up in the end zone on two of his three catches, while sophomores Alan Bonner and Kevyn Cooper also hauled in three catches, apiece. Cooper had 62 yards and a score, while senior Jeffrey Cameron led all players with 64 yards on two catches. Young had two catches for 11 yards and a score, extending his school record for touchdown catches in a season by a running back to four. The Gamecock defense also shined on Saturday, limiting a Govs offense that entered the day averaging 152 yards rushing per game to minus-11 yards in the first half and 67 in the game. JSU has now held its foes without a touchdown for eight-straight quarters, a stretch that dates back to the final six minutes of the UT Martin game two weeks ago. Junior Brannon Byrd led the JSU defense with seven tackles, one for a loss, and the first interception of his career. The Lucedale, Miss., native picked off a Jake Ryan pass in the third quarter and tripped in the open field seven yards into his return. Ryan completed 12 of his 20 pass attempts for 90 yards and one interception, while Ryan White, the OVC’s fourth-leading rusher, managed just 18 yards on 10 carries. The Gamecocks dominated the first half, outgaining the Govs 362-53 to take a 35-3 lead into the locker room. The 32-point advantage is the largest at the half in JSU’s Division I history, while the 35 points were the most in a half since the Gamecocks scored 35 at Murray State on Oct. 5, 2006. JSU’s quarterbacks combined to go 13-for-13 for 165 yards and four touchdown passes in the first 30 minutes. Ivory was 10-for-10 for 145 yards and two scores, while Blanchard’s two touchdowns and 20 yards came on 3-for-3 passing. JSU’s ground game churned up 195 yards before the half, while the Gamecock defense held APSU to minus-11 yards on the ground on 10 carries. Young got 76 of his yards in the first half, while Blanchard ran for 56. Freeney ran for a score on one of his four first-half carries. Shaw had two touchdown passes and 64 yards receiving before the break. The Gamecocks continued their dominance into the second half and Freeney scored the final two of his trio of touchdowns in the third quarter. Darrah, a transfer from Alabama and native of Newnan, Ga., made his quarterback debut on the Gamecocks’ final drive and marched them 78 yards on six plays for the last score of the day. He found Cooper across the middle from 10 yards out to cap the scoring. Score by Quarters 1 Austin Peay 3 Jacksonville State 14 Scoring Summary: 1st 12:24 APSU 07:18 JSU 2nd

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Score 3 56

Record: (2-5,1-3) Record: (8-0,5-0)

STANSELL, Steph 50 yd field goal, 6-10 2:36, APSU 3 - JSU 0 Denzel Cheeks 3 yd pass from Coty Blanchard (James Esco kick), 10-80 5:06, APSU 3 - JSU 7 Alphonso Freeney 1 yd run (James Esco kick), 6-72 2:52, APSU 3 - JSU 14 James Shaw 13 yd pass from Marques Ivory (James Esco kick), 8-91 4:19, APSU 3 - JSU 21 Jamal Young 2 yd pass from Coty Blanchard (James Esco kick), 7-65 3:51, APSU 3 - JSU 28 James Shaw 3 yd pass from Marques Ivory (James Esco kick), 7-60 0:50, APSU 3 - JSU 35 Alphonso Freeney 1 yd run (James Esco kick), 5-34 1:57, APSU 3 - JSU 42 Alphonso Freeney 30 yd run (James Esco kick), 4-39 1:58, APSU 3 - JSU 49 Kevyn Cooper 10 yd pass from Thomas Darrah (James Esco kick), 6-78 3:10, APSU 3 - JSU 56

Team Statistics APSU FIRST DOWNS 11 RUSHES-YARDS (NET) 35-67 PASSING YDS (NET) 90 Passes Att-Comp-Int 20-12-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS 55-157 Fumble Returns-Yards 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards 0-0 Kickoff Returns-Yards 7-143 Interception Returns-Yards 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg) 6-44.2 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 Penalties-Yards 8-50

JSU 24 42-307 232 20-17-0 62-539 0-0 6-90 1-22 1-7 2-42.0 2-1 5-53


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30:54 3 of 12 0 of 2 0-1 0-0

29:06 6 of 9 1 of 1 7-7 1-9

The Colonels then took their first lead of the game after Pryor connected with Harris on a 44-yard scoring pass with 3:57 left in the second quarter. EKU extended the lead to 21-10 after Justin Williams threw a 76-yard touchdown pass to Harris with just :50 left in the second quarter.

Eastern Kentucky extended the lead on its first drive of the second half after H.B. Banjoman scored on a 3-yard run with 11:04 left in the third quarter and then Robert Knowles returned a fumble 34 yards to give EKU a 35-17 lead with 10:47 remaining in the quarter. The Gamecocks answered when Ivory completed a 3-yard touchdown pass to Cameron with 7:25 left, but EKU’s Jeremy Caldwell returned the ensuing kickoff 86 yards for a Colonel touchdown and make the score 42-24.

JSU EKU EKU

07:25

JSU

07:13 05:21

EKU JSU

4th

07:09 05:14

EKU JSU

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

JSU 27 31-28 465 52-33-1 83-493 0-0 1-4 7-122 0-0 4-34.5 4-1 7-55 29:04 6 of 15 2 of 3 6-6 0-0

EKU 16 48-178 244 11-6-0 59-422 1-34 1-2 6-225 1-24 6-37.0 0-0 6-50 30:56 6 of 13 1 of 1 3-3 4-25

RUSHING: Jacksonville State-Jamal Young 7-37; Marques Ivory 14-7; Alphonso Freeney 2-6; Calvin Middleton 1-3; Darius Barksdale 2-3; TEAM 2-minus 10; Coty Blanchard 3-minus 18. Eastern Kentucky-PRYOR, T.J. 18-77; FRIESON, Bruce 5-33; DENHAM, Matt 3-21; RUSSELL, Jacob 3-21; BANJOMAN, H.B. 14-19; WILLIAMS, Ju. 4-6; LETCHER, Ronnie 1-1. PASSING: Jacksonville State-Marques Ivory 30-49-1-444; Coty Blanchard 3-3-0-21. Eastern Kentucky-PRYOR, T.J. 5-9-0-168; WILLIAMS, Ju. 1-1-0-76; RUSSELL, Jacob 0-1-0-0.. RECEIVING: Jacksonville State-Jeffrey Cameron 10-190; Alan Bonner 5-63; La’Ray Williams 5-46; Jamal Young 3-38; John Houston Whiddon 3-33; James Shaw 2-38; Cory Freeman 2-18; Denzel Cheeks 2-14; Kevyn Cooper 1-25. Eastern Kentucky-HARRIS, O. 4-205; GOARD, Tyrone 1-20; WILLIAMS, Ju. 1-19. INTERCEPTIONS: Jacksonville State-None. Eastern Kentucky-CALDWELL, J. 1-24. FUMBLES: Jacksonville State-TEAM 2-0; Marques Ivory 1-1; Coty Blanchard 1-0. Eastern Kentucky-None.

OVC

Jax State answered and marched 76 yards in six plays as Ivory scored on a one-yard run with just :04 left to cut the lead to 21-17 at the half.

00:04 11:04 10:47

HISTORY

Eastern Kentucky tied the game at 7-7 after Pryor tossed a 20-yard touchdown pass to Tyrone Goard with 8:55 left in the first, but the Gamecocks fought back to take the lead on a 27-yard field goal by James Esco with 2:08 remaining in the first.

3rd

RECORDS

Jax State took a 7-0 lead on its opening drive after Calving Middleton scored on a one-yard run with 11:22 left in the first quarter after the Gamecocks went 61 yards in four plays.

EKU

REVIEW

Jax State quarterback Marques Ivory had a record-setting game after throwing for a school record 444 yards, while also setting school records for passes completed (30) and attempted (49). He accounted for 63 offensive plays for 451 yards of total offense, which were both also school records. Jeffrey Cameron finished with 190 yards on 10 catches, both rank as the second most in school history.

00:50

Calvin Middleton 3 yd run (James Esco kick), 4-61 1:39, JSU 7 - EKU 0 GOARD, Tyrone 20 yd pass from PRYOR, T.J. (O’CONNOR, Logan kick), 6-87 2:27, JSU 7 - EKU 7 James Esco 27 yd field goal, 13-51 6:47, JSU 10 - EKU 7 HARRIS, O. 44 yd pass from PRYOR, T.J. (O’CONNOR, Logan kick), 7-76 3:22, JSU 10 - EKU 14 HARRIS, O. 76 yd pass from WILLIAMS, Ju. (O’CONNOR, Logan kick), 3-79 0:58, JSU 10 - EKU 21 Marques Ivory 1 yd run (James Esco kick), 6-76 0:46, JSU 17 - EKU 21 BANJOMAN, H.B. 3 yd run (O’CONNOR, Logan kick), 7-32 3:29, JSU 17 - EKU 28 KNOWLES, Robert 34 yd fumble recovery (O’CONNOR, Logan kick), , JSU 17 - EKU 35 Jeffrey Cameron 3 yd pass from Marques Ivory (James Esco kick), 12-80 3:22, JSU 24 - EKU 35 CALDWELL, J. 86 yd kickoff return (O’CONNOR, Logan kick), , JSU 24 - EKU 42 Alan Bonner 14 yd pass from Marques Ivory (James Esco kick), 7-59 1:52, JSU 31 EKU 42 PRYOR, T.J. 2 yd run (O’CONNOR, Logan kick), 13-88 7:29, JSU 31 - EKU 49 La’Ray Williams 5 yd pass from Marques Ivory (Marques Ivory pass failed), 9-54 1:55, JSU 37 - EKU 49

OPPONENTS

The loss snapped several streaks by the Gamecocks, including the longest active winning streak in the FCS, longest road winning streak and it also snapped the third longest winning streak in school history.

Record: (8-1,5-1) Record: (4-5,3-2)

ABOUT JSU

RICHMOND, Ky. – T.J. Pryor threw for 168 yards and rushed for 77 more, while Orlandius Harris had 205 receiving yards and a pair of touchdowns to lead Eastern Kentucky to a 49-37 upset of No. 2 Jacksonville State at Roy Kidd Stadium.

JSU EKU

Score 37 49

COACHES

November 6, 2010 Roy Kidd Stadium – Richmond, Ky.

02:08 03:57

4 6 7

GAMECOCKS

Eastern Kentucky• • • • • • • • • • 49 Jacksonville State • • • • • • • • • 37

2nd

3 14 21

OUTLOOK

Stadium: Burgess-Snow Field Attendance: 19707 Kickoff time: 3:07 pm End of Game: 5:53 pm Total elapsed time: 2:46 Officials: Referee: Matt Young; Umpire: John Graham; Linesman: Steve Swift; Line judge: Craig Dunn; Back judge: Drew Myers; Field judge: Pat Pownall; Side judge: Greg Koerner; Temperature: 80 Wind: 9mph SE Weather: Partly Cloudy

Scoring Summary: 1st 11:22 JSU 08:55 EKU

2 7 14

INTRO

RUSHING: Austin Peay-KITTS, Wesley 12-39; HOLT, Terrence 8-31; WHITE, Ryan 10-18; HASKINS, Patric 2-5; RYAN, Jake 3-minus 26. Jacksonville State-Jamal Young 8-105; Coty Blanchard 9-82; Alphonso Freeney 7-47; Marques Ivory 6-41; Darius Barksdale 6-24; Cole Doolittle 1-8; Richard Freelon 4-2; James Shaw 1-minus 2. PASSING: Austin Peay-RYAN, Jake 12-20-1-90. Jacksonville State-Marques Ivory 10-12-0-145; Coty Blanchard 4-4-0-25; Thomas Darrah 3-3-0-62; TEAM 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Austin Peay-HOLT, Terrence 3-8; STARK, Devin 2-26; WHITE, Ryan 2-22; JOHNSON, Kamron 2-16; LEMON, Robert 1-7; THOMAS, Scott 1-6; MINES, Adrian 1-5. Jacksonville State-Kevyn Cooper 3-62; Alan Bonner 3-46; James Shaw 3-24; Jeffrey Cameron 2-64; La’Ray Williams 2-17; Jamal Young 2-11; Richard Freelon 1-5; Denzel Cheeks 1-3. INTERCEPTIONS: Austin Peay-None. Jacksonville State-Brannon Byrd 1-7. FUMBLES: Austin Peay-RYAN, Jake 2-0. Jacksonville State-Coty Blanchard 1-1; Richard Freelon 1-0.

Score by Quarters 1 Jacksonville State 10 Eastern Kentucky 7

Stadium: Roy Kidd Stadium Attendance: 3300 Kickoff time: 7:07 pm End of Game: 10:14 Total elapsed time: 3:07 Officials: Referee: Jason McArthur; Umpire: Brian Davis; Linesman: Tom Danner; Line judge: Jeff Irwin; Back judge: Gregory Brey; Field judge: Burney Jenkins; Side judge: Chip Shields; Scorer: www.WLStats.net; Temperature: 40 wc 36 Wind: 5 NNW Weather: fair 50% humidity

Ivory tossed a 14-yard touchdown pass to Alan Bonner with 5:21 left in the third and a 5-yard touchdown to La’Ray Williams, while EKU’s Pryor scored on a two-yard run as EKU claimed the win. www.JSUGamecockSports.com

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Jacksonville State • • • • • • • • • 29 Southeast Missouri• • • • • • • • • 27 November 13, 2010 Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium – Jacksonville, Ala.

In the first Top 10 matchup between two Ohio Valley Conference Schools in 15 years, the Gamecocks (9-1, 6-1 Ohio Valley Conference) got a 17-yard pass from junior Marques Ivory to sophomore Alan Bonner with 11 seconds to play, erasing a five-point deficit and capping a drive that looked like it was doomed just five plays earlier. With a first down play at the SEMO (9-2, 7-1 OVC) 37-yard line, the Gamecocks snapped the ball past Ivory and sophomore Calvin Middleton fell on it at JSU’s 42. Facing a second-and-31 with a minute to play and no time outs remaining, Ivory found senior Jeffrey Cameron on a 29-yard strike across the middle then kept the third-down snap and picked up the first down to keep the drive alive. Middleton took the quarterback’s shuttle pass for nine yards on the next play, setting up the winning score. Ivory, a native of Warner Robins, Ga., found a diving Bonner just inside the right side of the end zone, putting the Gamecocks up and securing their seventh come-from behind win of the season. The fourth win in JSU’s final possession this season also keeps the Gamecocks’ OVC title hopes alive heading into next week’s season finale at Tennessee Tech. Ivory finished the day with 222 yards and a score on 18-of-26 passing. He also threw one interception. His favorite target was Cameron, who hauled in five catches for 80 yards in his home finale. Middleton ran for two scores but freshman Darius Barksdale carried the load of JSU’s 170 rushing yards. The transfer from Ole Miss and native of Batesville, Miss., ran for a career-high 113 yards on a career-high 20 carries, mostly after starting tailback Jamal Young went down with a first-half knee injury. The OVC’s leading rusher, Henry Harris, ran for 134 yards on 21 carries for the Redhawks, while quarterback Matt Scheible ran for 60 yards and two scores on 12 rushes. Scheible also passed for 145 yards and a touchdown on a 13-for-22 night. Junior Jason Horton led the Gamecock defense with 11 tackles, one for a loss. JSU got six tackles in the Redhawks’ backfield, two by junior Jamison Wadley.

REVIEW

JSU answered on the ensuing possession, a 10-play, 74-yard drive that ended with a Middleton touchdown run from one yard out. James Esco followed the 4:30 drive with the extra point to tie that game at 7-7 with 14:14 to play in the opening half.

RECORDS

Esco would account for the Gamecocks’ next six points, thanks to a 34-yard field goal with 10:06 to play in the second quarter and a 42-yard kick with 11:10 to play in the third. The Redhawks reclaimed the lead with just over three minutes left in the third on Scheibel’s second scoring run, His seven-yard scamper capped an 11-play, 80-yard drive that gave SEMO a 14-13 advantage that it took into the fourth quarter.

HISTORY

The Redhawks took advantage of a 20-yard punt from Coty Blanchard that set SEMO up at the Gamecocks’ 30-yard line late in the first quarter. A 25-yard pass from Scheible to Miles Edwards on the drive’s first play set up the game’s first score, a one-yard Scheible run that gave the Redhawks a 7-0 lead with 3:49 to play in the quarter.

JSU answered again to take back the lead early in the fourth. Middleton’s second touchdown run of the day, a two-yard push, gave the Gamecocks a 19-14 lead with 13:18 remaining in the game. An Ivory pass attempt on the two-point conversion missed La’Ray Williams on the goal line, leaving the JSU advantage at five.

OVC

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

JACKSONVILLE – In a season of unbelievable comebacks, the No. 6 Jacksonville State football team may have pulled of the most improbable one of the year in a 29-27 win over No. 7 Southeast Missouri at Burgess-Snow Field.

The Gamecock defense got a stop on SEMO’s ensuing possession but a fumble by Bonner on the punt return put the Redhawks in business at the Gamecocks’ 23-yard line. They would take advantage of their second drive starting inside the JSU 30, using a 19-yard pass from Scheibel to D.J. Foster to put them up 21-19 with 10:46 to play. Bonner got a bit of redemption on the ensuing kick, returning it 54 yards to the Redhawks’ 40. The return set up a 25-yard field goal by Esco, his third of the day, with 6:43 to play that put a 22-21 lead on JSU’s side of the scoreboard. The Redhawks needed just 2:37 to answer, thanks in large part to a 41-yard run by Harris on the first play of their next drive. He finished the five-play, 64-yard drive with a one-yard run, and SEMO’s two-point attempt failed to leave it with a 27-22 lead with 4:06 remaining in the game. SEMO punched the ensuing kickoff up the middle, allowing the Gamecocks to start their game-winning drive at their own 43-yard line.

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

06:43 JSU 04:06 SEMO 00:11 JSU

1 7 0

2 0 10

3 7 3

4 13 16

Score 27 29

Record: (9-2,7-1) Record: (9-1,6-1)

SCHEIBLE, Matt 1 yd run (GELDBACH, Drew kick), 3-30 1:02, SEMO 7 - JSU 0 Calvin Middleton 1 yd run (James Esco kick), 10-74 4:30, SEMO 7 - JSU 7 James Esco 34 yd field goal, 8-43 2:52, SEMO 7 - JSU 10 James Esco 42 yd field goal, 8-30 0:39, SEMO 7 - JSU 13 SCHEIBLE, Matt 7 yd run (GELDBACH, Drew kick), 11-80 5:33, SEMO 14 - JSU 13 Calvin Middleton 2 yd run (Marques Ivory pass failed), 10-75 4:51, SEMO 14 - JSU 19 FOSTER, D.J. 19 yd pass from SCHEIBLE, Matt (GELDBACH, Drew kick), 3-23 1:20, SEMO 21 - JSU 19 James Esco 25 yd field goal, 9-32 3:54, SEMO 21 - JSU 22 HARRIS, Henry 1 yd run (SCHEIBLE, Matt pass failed), 5-64 2:30, SEMO 27 - JSU 22 Alan Bonner 17 yd pass from Marques Ivory (James Esco kick), 11-57 3:49, SEMO 27 JSU 29

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

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

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

RUSHING: Southeast Missouri-HARRIS, Henry 21-134; SCHEIBLE, Matt 12-57; JONES, Mike 3-4; EDWARDS, Miles 1-1. Jacksonville State-Darius Barksdale 20-113; Calvin Middleton 12-26; Jamal Young 7-21; Alphonso Freeney 3-16; Marques Ivory 5-16; Coty Blanchard 1-minus 1; TEAM 1-minus 21. PASSING: Southeast Missouri-SCHEIBLE, Matt 13-22-0-145. Jacksonville State-Marques Ivory 18-26-1-222. RECEIVING: Southeast Missouri-AHAMEFULE, C. 5-33; EDWARDS, Miles 4-56; FOSTER, D.J. 2-25; KING, Aaron 1-22; GRASS, Nathan 1-9. Jacksonville State-Jeffrey Cameron 5-80; James Shaw 3-34; Kevyn Cooper 2-20; John Houston Whiddon 2-16; La’Ray Williams 1-26; Alan Bonner 1-17; Cory Freeman 1-10; Calvin Middleton 1-9; Jamal Young 1-6; Alphonso Freeney 1-4. INTERCEPTIONS: Southeast Missouri-WOODLIEF, J. 1-14. Jacksonville State-None. FUMBLES: Southeast Missouri-FOSTER, D.J. 1-0; AHAMEFULE, C. 1-1. Jacksonville State-Alan Bonner 1-1; Coty Blanchard 1-1; TEAM 1-0; Calvin Middleton 1-0; Marques Ivory 1-0. Stadium: Burgess-Snow Field Attendance: 20237 Kickoff time: 3:05 pm End of Game: 5:50 pm Total elapsed time: 2:45 Officials: Referee: Ken Switzer; Umpire: Rodney Lawary; Linesman: Michael Salas; Line judge: Philip DeWitt; Back judge: Tom Hahs; Field judge: Rod Whittier; Side judge: Tim Fetsch; Temperature: 70 Wind: S 6mph Weather: Sunny

Tennessee Tech• • • • • • • • • • • • 35 Jacksonville State • • • • • • • • • 24 November 20, 2010 Tucker Stadium – Cookeville, Tenn.

COOKEVILLE, Tenn. – The fourth-ranked Jacksonville State football team let the Ohio Valley Conference title slip away, when Tennessee Tech overcame a 17-point fourth-quarter to claim a 35-24 upset win at Tucker Stadium. The Gamecocks (9-2, 6-2 OVC) put together a 21-play, 95-yard drive late in the third quarter


2010 Game Summaries that put them up 24-7 with 13:40 to play and seemed to put the game away. However, the Golden Eagles (5-6, 4-4 OVC) went to work and scored 28 fourth-quarter points to keep JSU from claiming its first conference title since 2004. Sophomore Calvin Middleton ran for 120 yards and a score on a career-high 26 carries to lead a Gamecock offense that rolled up 408 yards, 346 of which came in the first three quarters. TTU gained 258 of its 455 total yards in the final quarter.

Junior Jason Horton tallied 10 tackles for the JSU defense, while junior Rodney Garrott forced two fumbles and recovered one of them. TTU was led on defense by Jake McIntosh’s 15 tackles, the most among four Golden Eagles players with double-digits in the tackles category.

Esco stretched the lead back to two possessions with just 41 seconds before the intermission with a 37-yard field goal that split the uprights. The score finished an 11-play, 49-yard drive that took 1:55 off of the clock.

Jax State turned the ensuing possession over on downs, giving Tech the ball at the JSU 11 with just under three minutes remaining. They scored again with 1:46 to play to seal the game, a four-yard run by Crawford.

4th

02:41 00:41 13:40

TTU JSU JSU

11:33 06:27

TTU TTU

03:04 01:46

TTU TTU

2 17 7

3 0 0

4 7 28

Score 24 35

Record: (9-2,6-2) Record: (5-6,4-4)

Calvin Middleton 2 yd run (James Esco kick), 9-80 3:27, JSU 7 - TTU 0 Cory Freeman 6 yd pass from Marques Ivory (James Esco kick), 1-6 0:05, JSU 14 TTU 0 CRAWFORD, Jocqu 5 yd run (BARKER, Matthew kick), 7-80 2:43, JSU 14 - TTU 7 James Esco 37 yd field goal, 11-49 1:55, JSU 17 - TTU 7 Justin Howard 13 yd pass from Marques Ivory (James Esco kick), 21-95 10:34, JSU 24 - TTU 7 CRAWFORD, Jocqu 7 yd run (BARKER, Matthew kick), 7-80 2:07, JSU 24 - TTU 14 ZIEGLER, Zack 16 yd pass from BARNES, Cass (BARKER, Matthew kick), 8-84 2:31, JSU 24 - TTU 21 FORBES, Cody 2 yd run (BARKER, Matthew kick), 7-88 1:48, JSU 24 - TTU 28 CRAWFORD, Jocqu 4 yd run (BARKER, Matthew kick), 3-11 0:52, JSU 24 - TTU 35

The Gamecocks, who lost two of their final three regular-season games after an 8-0 start and settled for an at-large bid into the Football Championship Subdivision playoff field, fell to Wofford 17-14 in a second-round game before a crowd of 11,817 at Burgess-Snow Field. JSU finishes 9-3, its most wins since 2004. No. 7 Wofford (10-2) moves into the FCS quarterfinals and will host Georgia Southern, which defeated William & Mary in another second-round game. Wofford junior fullback Eric Breitenstein ran for touchdowns of 36 and 3 yards and Christian Reed added a 28-yard field goal that proved to be the difference. Breitenstein finished with 178 yards on 28 attempts for the FCS’ top-ranked rushing offense, the most yardage the Gamecocks’ defense had allowed an opposing back to gain in four years.

OVC

Scoring Summary: 2nd 14:56 JSU 09:30 JSU

1 0 0

JACKSONVILLE – Jacksonville State’s November swoon unfortunately carried over into December.

HISTORY

Score by Quarters Jacksonville State Tennessee Tech

December 4, 2010 Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium – Jacksonville, Ala.

RECORDS

The Golden Eagle rally continued with another defensive stop that set up an 88-yard touchdown drive that gave TTU a 28-24 lead. Cody Forbes punched it in from two yards out with 3:04 on the clock to give the Golden Eagles their first lead of the game.

Wofford • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 17 Jacksonville State • • • • • • • • • 14

REVIEW

TTU answered and did so quickly, going 80 yards in just seven plays and 2:07. Crawford finished it off with a seven-yard scoring scamper that cut JSU’s lead to 24-14 with 11:33 remaining. After forcing a JSU punt, the Golden Eagles got another score on a quick drive. This one went 84 yards in eight plays and cut the JSU lead to 42-21 with 6:27 to play. The score came on a 16-yard pass from Barnes to Zack Ziegler.

Stadium: Tucker/Overall Field Attendance: 4576 Kickoff time: 4:07 pm End of Game: 7:09 Total elapsed time: 3:02 Officials: Referee: Matt Young; Umpire: John Graham; Linesman: Steve Swift; Line judge: Craig Dunn; Back judge: Drew Myers; Field judge: Pat Pownall; Side judge: Greg Koerner; Scorer: Rob Schabert; Temperature: 72 Wind: Slight Weather: Clear

OPPONENTS

After a scoreless third quarter, the Gamecocks pushed the lead to 24-7 with 13:40 to play. They put together a masterful 95-yard scoring drive that stretched over 21 plays and 10:34 and was capped by a 12-yard pass from Ivory to Howard. The drive was the longest of the year by the JSU offense in yards and in plays.

ABOUT JSU

The Golden Eagles cut the JSU lead in half on their next drive, a 70-yard possession that took seven plays and was aided by three JSU personal fouls. Crawford capped the drive with a fiveyard touchdown run with 2:41 on the second quarter clock.

COACHES

JSU used its defense to set up the second score of the game. Garrott forced a Barnes fumble and recovered it at the Tech six. Ivory found Freeman on the drive’s first play to give JSU a 14-0 lead with 9:30 to play in the half. Garrott knocked the ball from Barnes’ hands again on the second play of the ensuing drive, but James Esco’s 36-yard field goal attempt missed to the left.

RUSHING: Jacksonville State-Calvin Middleton 26-120; Coty Blanchard 2-37; James Shaw 2-22; Darius Barksdale 9-21; Marques Ivory 7-10; Alphonso Freeney 1-7. Tennessee Tech-BARNES, Cass 18-88; CRAWFORD, Jocqu 14-54; SAILES, Henry 2-30; ZIEGLER, Zack 4-10; FORBES, Cody 1-2; Team 2-0. PASSING: Jacksonville State-Marques Ivory 17-35-0-191. Tennessee Tech-BARNES, Cass 19-28-0-271; ZIEGLER, Zack 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Jacksonville State-Jeffrey Cameron 5-96; Cory Freeman 4-26; La’Ray Williams 3-30; Calvin Middleton 2-14; Justin Howard 1-13; James Shaw 1-7; Kevyn Cooper 1-5. Tennessee Tech-BENFORD, Tim 8-114; ZIEGLER, Zack 5-77; GARRETT, Demetr 2-28; SAILES, Henry 2-25; PAGE, Doug 1-19; OLVERSON, Alden 1-8. INTERCEPTIONS: Jacksonville State-None. Tennessee Tech-None. FUMBLES: Jacksonville State-Calvin Middleton 1-0. Tennessee Tech-BARNES, Cass 2-2.

GAMECOCKS

The Gamecocks got on the board first on the opening play of the second quarter. Middleton finished off an 80-play drive that ate the last 3:21 of the first quarter with a two-yard scoring run with 14:46 remaining in the half.

TTU 30 41-184 271 29-19-0 70-455 0-0 0-0 3-60 0-0 2-43.0 2-2 4-25 26:02 4 of 8 0 of 1 5-7 1-3

OUTLOOK

JSU junior Marques Ivory was 17-of-35 for 191 yards and two touchdowns, with senior Jeffrey Cameron finishing as his top target. Cameron caught five passes for 96 yards, while junior Cory Freeman caught four passes for 26 yards and a score, while junior Justin Howard caught the Gamecocks’ other touchdown pass.

JSU 22 47-217 191 35-17-0 82-408 0-0 1-2 6-119 0-0 4-38.2 1-0 12-130 33:58 8 of 18 1 of 3 4-6 2-12

INTRO

Quarterback Cass Barnes led the Golden Eagles rally, throwing for 271 yards and a touchdown on 19-for-28 passing and running 18 times for 88 yards. The senior was 10-of-11 for 164 yards and ran for 49 yards on six carries in the fourth quarter alone. Fellow senior Jocques Crawford scored three touchdowns on his 14 rushes and 54 yards on the ground.

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

Jacksonville State was hurt by kicking game breakdowns, missing a 37-yard field goal in the first quarter and an extra point after trimming the deficit to 17-14 late in the fourth quarter. The 14 points scored by the Gamecocks was their fewest of the 2010 season. The previous low total came in a 21-17 home victory over Chattanooga on September 11. JSU entered its first postseason game since 2004, and its first at home since ’92, averaging 33.8 points per game. The Gamecocks marched from their 15 to the Wofford 20 on their second possession of the game, but came away empty-handed when James Esco barely missed a 37-yard field goal. Wofford responded by moving 80 yards in only six plays, finished by Breitenstein’s 36-yard run. www.JSUGamecockSports.com

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2010 Game Summaries Reed’s extra point made it with 2:55 left in the first quarter. Freshman kicker Griffin Thomas drew JSU to within 7-3 with a 40-yard field goal at the 10:30 mark in the second quarter. Thomas’ kick – the first of his collegiate career – capped an 11-play, 52-yard JSU drive. A 48-yard Breitenstein run moved the Terriers into JSU territory just before halftime. Reed wrapped up the 71-yard drive with his 28-yard kick that sent Wofford to the locker room with a 10-3 halftime edge. Rodney Garrott forced an errant pitchout by Wofford quarterback Mitch Allen that went out the back of the end zone. The safety was the Gamecock’s first this season and narrowed the Terrers’ lead to 10-5 with 9:58 left in the third. Thomas added his second career field goal, a 35-yarder, as Jacksonville State closed the gap to 10-8 early in the fourth. But Wofford immediately regained control, moving 69 yards in 10 plays with Breitenstein finding the end zone on a 3-yard run with 9:14 remaining. JSU’s only touchdown came on Marcus Ivory’s 6-yard touchdown pass to Alan Bonner with just under four minutes left to play. Ivory finished the afternoon by completing 15-of-30 passes for 170 yards. He also was intercepted twice. Morrell Jones had a team-high 13 tackles to lead the Gamecock defense. Score by Quarters Wofford Jacksonville State Scoring Summary: 1st 00:33 WOF 2nd 10:30 JSU 00:05 WOF 3rd 09:58 JSU 4th 13:14 JSU 09:14 WOF 03:51 JSU

1 7 0

2 3 3

3 0 2

4 7 9

Score 17 14

Record: (10-2) Record: (9-3)

E. Breitenstein 36 yd run (Christian Reed kick), 6-80 2:55, WOF 7 - JSU 0 Griffin Thomas 40 yd field goal, 11-52 4:55, WOF 7 - JSU 3 Christian Reed 28 yd field goal, 9-71 2:09, WOF 10 - JSU 3 TEAM safety, , WOF 10 - JSU 5 Griffin Thomas 35 yd field goal, 9-33 4:07, WOF 10 - JSU 8 E. Breitenstein 3 yd run (Christian Reed kick), 10-69 4:37, WOF 17 - JSU 8 Alan Bonner 6 yd pass from Marques Ivory (Griffin Thomas kick failed), 6-52 1:05, WOF 17 - JSU 14

Stadium: Burgess-Snow Field Attendance: 11817 Kickoff time: 11 a.m. End of Game: 2:05 pm Total elapsed time: 3:00 Officials: Referee: AnthonyMarcella; Umpire: John Shigo; Linesman: Lyndell Shelton; Line judge: Tracy Lynch; Back judge: Tim Gallagher; Field judge: Alan Russell; Side judge: Frank D’Angelo; Temperature: 55 Wind: SW 9mph Weather: Mostly Cloudy

REVIEW RECORDS HISTORY OVC

Jacksonville State recognized former football coach Bill Burgess during a pregame ceremony on Sept. 11, 2010, by renaming the football facility Burgess-Snow Field at JSU Stadium.

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JSU 18 53-269 86 15-8-0 68-355 0-0 0-0 4-75 2-2 5-40.4 1-0 6-64 31:31 7 of 16 2 of 3 2-2 0-0

TTU 20 37-155 170 31-15-2 68-325 0-0 2-32 4-78 0-0 3-41.3 0-0 1-5 28:29 5 of 13 1 of 2 2-4 0-0

RUSHING: Wofford-E. Breitenstein 28-178; Mike Rucker 5-36; Mitch Allen 12-27; D. Johnson 4-16; Jeremy Marshall 3-13; TEAM 1-minus 1. Jacksonville State-Darius Barksdale 11-67; Calvin Middleton 17-59; Richard Freelon 3-11; Coty Blanchard 4-7; Alphonso Freeney 1-6; James Shaw 1-5. PASSING: Wofford-Mitch Allen 8-15-0-86. Jacksonville State-Marques Ivory 15-30-2-170; Coty Blanchard 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Wofford-Brenton Bersin 6-70; Devin Reed 2-16. Jacksonville State-Jeffrey Cameron 5-57; Alan Bonner 4-58; Richard Freelon 1-21; Cory Freeman 1-12; John Houston Whiddon 1-9; Justin Howard 1-9; James Shaw 1-3; Calvin Middleton 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS: Wofford-P. Roseboro 1-2; Jamar Reaves 1-0. Jacksonville State-None. FUMBLES: Wofford-Mitch Allen 1-0. Jacksonville State-None.

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

JSU appeared to seize the momentum early in the second half.

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


2010 REVIEW: Final TEAM Statistics SCORING Points Per Game

2077 2337 260 435 4.8 188.8 20

1649 1907 258 436 3.8 149.9 14

PASSING YARDAGE Att-Comp-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing

2665 177-299-4 8.9 15.1 242.3 27

1704 138-272-9 6.3 12.3 154.9 6

30-752

64-1329

PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards

30-391

22-207

9-137

4-19

KICK RETURN AVERAGE

25.1

20.8

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE

13.0

9.4

INT RETURNS: #-Yards

15.2

4.8

FUMBLES-LOST

16-8

29-18

PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game

80-651 59.2

63-561 51.0

4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct

4/8 50%

5/19 26%

20-111

24-152

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TOUCHDOWNS SCORED

53

24

FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS

7-11

8-10

0-1

1-1

RED-ZONE SCORES

(35-40) 88%

(24-29) 83%

RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS

(28-40) 70%

(18-29) 62%

PAT-ATTEMPTS

(46-51) 90%

(20-23) 87%

ATTENDANCE 46007 Games/Avg Per Game 4/11502 Neutral Site Games

140418 7/20060 0/0

SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS

ON-SIDE KICKS

SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st Jacksonville State 104 Opponents 41

2nd 112 61

3rd 95 34

4th 74 52

Total 385 188

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INT RETURN AVERAGE

48/154 31%

HISTORY

KICK RETURNS: #-Yards

60/138 43%

RECORDS

3353 708 4.7 304.8

3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct

REVIEW

4742 734 6.5 431.1

30:17

OPPONENTS

TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game

29:29

TIME OF POSSESSION/Game

ABOUT JSU

RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing

OPP 65-2544 39.1 31.6

COACHES

171 83 73 15

JSU 55-2105 38.3 32.3

GAMECOCKS

239 119 107 13

FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty

PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average

OUTLOOK

OPP 188 17.1

INTRO

JSU 385 35.0

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2010 REVIEW: Final Individual Statistics RUSHING Calvin Middleton Jamal Young Darius Barksdals Coty Blanchard Alphonso Freeney Marques Ivory Richard Freelon James Shaw Cole Doolittle Lequintez Reynolds TEAM JSU Total.......... Opponents......

G 9 10 12 12 12 12 6 12 11 8 11 12 12

Att 118 72 100 58 36 59 16 11 1 1 10 482 465

Gain 534 492 414 380 208 193 41 38 8 2 0 2310 2256

Loss 20 24 25 91 1 75 10 20 0 0 40 306 318

Net 514 468 389 289 207 118 31 18 8 2 -40 2004 1938

Avg 4.4 6.5 3.9 5.0 5.8 2.0 1.9 1.6 8.0 2.0 -4.0 4.2 4.2

TD 7 4 1 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 20 23

Long 32 76 22 46 30 26 7 23 8 2 0 76 48

Avg/G 57.1 46.8 32.4 24.1 17.2 9.8 5.2 1.5 0.7 0.2 -3.6 167.0 161.5

PASSING Marques Ivory Coty Blanchard Thomas Darrah TEAM JSU Total.......... Opponents......

G 12 12 2 11 12 12

Effic 133.08 181.13 383.60 0.00 140.40 122.99

Att-Cmp-Int 181-309-9 27-41-2 3-3-0 0-1-0 211-354-11 198-339-10

Pct 58.6 65.9 100.0 0.0 59.6 58.4

Yds 2248 296 62 0 2606 2373

TD 18 8 1 0 27 12

Lng 72 65 40 0 72 76

Avg/G 187.3 24.7 31.0 0.0 217.2 197.8

PUNT RETURNS Alan Bonner James Shaw A.J. Davis JSU Total.......... Opponents......

No. 28 3 1 32 10

Yds 302 34 17 353 124

Avg 10.8 11.3 17.0 11.0 12.4

TD 0 0 0 0 1

Long 37 24 0 37 70

KICK RETURNS Alan Bonner James Shaw Jamal Young Cory Freeman Kevin Dix Alphonso Freeney Cole Doolittle La’Ray Williams TEAM Justin Howard JSU Total.......... Opponents......

No. 25 11 7 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 51 60

Yds 648 293 162 27 -1 11 18 0 0 13 1171 1249

Avg 25.9 26.6 23.1 13.5 -1.0 11.0 18.0 0.0 0.0 13.0 23.0 20.8

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

Long 92 51 29 22 0 11 18 0 0 13 92 86

FUMBLE RETURNS Jamison Wadley T.J. Heath JSU Total.......... Opponents......

No. 1 1 2 2

Yds 15 6 21 60

Avg 15.0 6.0 10.5 30.0

TD 1 0 1 2

Long 15 6 15 34

|——— PATs ———| SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush James Esco 0 13-20 41-43 0-0 Jamal Young 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 Calvin Middleton 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 James Shaw 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 Alan Bonner 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 Jeffrey Cameron 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 Alphonso Freeney 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 Denzel Cheeks 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 Marques Ivory 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 Kevyn Cooper 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 Coty Blanchard 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 La’Ray Williams 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 Griffin Thomas 0 2-2 0-1 0-0 Justin Howard 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 Darius Barksdals 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 Cory Freeman 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 Jamison Wadley 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 TEAM 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 JSU Total.......... 49 15-22 41-44 0-0 Opponents...... 39 10-17 34-35 0-1

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Rcv 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1

RECEIVING Jeffrey Cameron John Houston Whiddon James Shaw Jamal Young La’Ray Williams Alan Bonner Kevyn Cooper Justin Howard Cory Freeman Calvin Middleton Alphonso Freeney Denzel Cheeks Richard Freelon Darius Barksdals JSU Total.......... Opponents......

Pass 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-5 1-3

DXP 0 0 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 0 0 0 1 1 0

Points 80 48 44 36 36 30 24 12 12 12 12 8 6 6 6 6 6 2 386 300

G 12 12 12 10 11 12 12 10 12 9 12 10 6 12 12 12

No. 39 27 25 22 19 17 13 12 12 11 6 4 2 2 211 198

Yds 728 281 316 174 196 245 225 157 100 85 41 21 26 11 2606 2373

Avg 18.7 10.4 12.6 7.9 10.3 14.4 17.3 13.1 8.3 7.7 6.8 5.2 13.0 5.5 12.4 12.0

TD 5 0 6 4 1 5 2 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 27 12

Long 65 21 72 34 26 30 40 22 13 15 19 7 21 6 72 76

Avg/G 60.7 23.4 26.3 17.4 17.8 20.4 18.8 15.7 8.3 9.4 3.4 2.1 4.3 0.9 217.2 197.8


2010 REVIEW: Final Individual Statistics G 12 12 9 10 12 12 2 6 12 11 8 11 12 12

Plays 368 99 118 72 100 36 3 16 11 1 1 11 836 804

Rush 118 289 514 468 389 207 0 31 18 8 2 -40 2004 1938

Pass 2248 296 0 0 0 0 62 0 0 0 0 0 2606 2373 TB 4 1 5 5

PUNTING Coty Blanchard Marques Ivory Griffin Thomas JSU Total.......... Opponents......

No. 42 3 1 46 56

Yds 1661 106 31 1798 2200

Avg 39.5 35.3 31.0 39.1 39.3

Long 57 42 31 57 58

FIELD GOALS James Esco Griffin Thomas

FGM-A Pct 13-20 65.0 2-2 100.0

01-19 20-29 30-39 0-0 6-6 3-6 0-0 0-0 1-1

40-49 4-8 1-1 IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 97 0 40 39 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 183 87

I20 20 1 1 22 15 50-99 0-0 0-0

Blkd 0 0 0 0 1 Lg 45 40

Tot 1195 804 728 661 599 400 289 281 259 225 196 170 127 118 97 57 40 39 26 21 17 7 2 -1 -40 6317 5771

Blk 2 0 Avg/G 99.6 80.4 60.7 55.1 66.6 33.3 24.1 23.4 21.6 18.8 17.8 17.0 10.6 9.8 8.1 9.5 3.3 3.5 2.4 2.1 1.5 0.6 0.2 -0.1 -3.6 526.4 480.9

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KOR 648 162 0 293 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 13 27 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 0 0 0 -1 0 1171 1249

32 33

FG SEQUENCE JSU OPPONENTS Ole Miss (45),(44) (24),(35) UT Chattanooga 46 (27),26 Georgia State (20),(27) (39),(25) Eastern Illinois 49,44 (22),29 Murray State (35),(41) 43 UT Martin (22) (42),(21) Tennessee State 49,(27) 45 Austin Peay - (50) Eastern Kentucky (27) Southeast Missouri (34),(42),(25) 38 Tennessee Tech 38,36,(37) 32,49 Wofford 37,(40),(35) (28) Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

HISTORY

PR 302 0 0 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 0 0 0 0 353 124

YdLn

RECORDS

Rec 245 174 728 316 85 11 0 281 41 225 196 157 100 0 0 26 0 0 0 21 0 0 0 0 0 2606 2373

Long 45 20 0 40 7 45 24

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Rush 0 468 0 18 514 389 289 0 207 0 0 0 0 118 0 31 0 0 8 0 0 0 2 0 -40 2004 1938

FC 8 0 0 8 6

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

OPPONENTS

ALL PURPOSE G Alan Bonner 12 Jamal Young 10 Jeffrey Cameron 12 James Shaw 12 Calvin Middleton 9 Darius Barksdals 12 Coty Blanchard 12 John Houston Whiddon 12 Alphonso Freeney 12 Kevyn Cooper 12 La’Ray Williams 11 Justin Howard 10 Cory Freeman 12 Marques Ivory 12 Keginald Harris 12 Richard Freelon 6 T.J. Heath 12 Robert Gray 11 Cole Doolittle 11 Denzel Cheeks 10 A.J. Davis 11 Brannon Byrd 12 Lequintez Reynolds 8 Kevin Dix 8 TEAM 11 JSU Total.......... 12 Opponents...... 12

OB Retn Net 2 1 3 1249 37.3 3 1171 36.8 TB 0 2 0 2 4

Avg 19.4 19.5 0.0 40.0 7.0 18.3 7.9

ABOUT JSU

Avg 56.1 55.8 56.0 58.7

Yds 97 39 0 40 7 183 87

COACHES

Yds 3421 614 4035 3405

No. 5 2 1 1 1 10 11

GAMECOCKS

No. 61 11 72 58

INTERCEPTIONS Keginald Harris Robert Gray Brooks Robinson T.J. Heath Brannon Byrd JSU Total.......... Opponents......

OUTLOOK

KICKOFFS Griffin Thomas James Esco JSU Total.......... Opponents......

Total Avg/G 2366 197.2 585 48.8 514 57.1 468 46.8 389 32.4 207 17.2 62 31.0 31 5.2 18 1.5 8 0.7 2 0.2 -40 -3.6 4610 384.2 4311 359.2

INTRO

TOTAL OFFENSE Marques Ivory Coty Blanchard Calvin Middleton Jamal Young Darius Barksdals Alphonso Freeney Thomas Darrah Richard Freelon James Shaw Cole Doolittle Lequintez Reynolds TEAM JSU Total.......... Opponents......

Jamal Young

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HISTORY

RECORDS

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OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

Antonio Bonner Morrell Jones Jason Horton Rodney Garrott Brannon Byrd Keginald Harris Jamison Wadley Monte Lewis T.J. Heath Jawaan Booker A.J. Davis Marquis George Robert Gray DeMitrio Tyson Brenton Tolson James Powell Rashad Smith Tim McGee Kevin Dix Brooks Robinson Michael Ellis Nick Johnson Jeffrey Cameron Francis Duncan Barry Stafford Rayce Whiddon Justin Kay Jewon Williams Alphonso Freeney Brandon Rogers Joel Smith Darius Barksdals Odie Rush Griffin Thomas La’Ray Williams Kevyn Cooper James Shaw Shawn McAlister Marques Ivory Cory Freeman TM TEAM JSU Total.......... Opponents......

| -----Tackles-----| Solo Ast Total

49 31 33 32 24 32 18 11 25 26 24 11 20 14 18 10 9 5 10 10 5 4 2 5 4 1 1 2 1 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 . . 445 -

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32 38 32 29 29 17 27 26 11 10 10 22 11 17 11 15 15 13 7 7 6 5 4 1 2 2 1 . 1 1 . 1 . . 1 . . . . 1 . 405 -

81 69 65 61 53 49 45 37 36 36 34 33 31 31 29 25 24 18 17 17 11 9 6 6 6 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 850 -

|-Sacks-| |----Pass Def----| TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds

8.5-15 8.5-43 1.0-0 13.0-55 4.5-9 2.0-2 7.5-26 6.5-33 . 2.0-13 2.5-18 6.0-19 0.5-1 4.0-26 1.5-4 3.0-16 1.0-2 1.0-1 6.0-23 . 2.0-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81-310 -

. . 1.0-9 . . . 1.5-11 . . 1-7 . 5-97 2.0-15 . 3.0-21 . . 1-40 1.0-5 . 1.0-4 . 1.0-11 . . 2-39 1.0-8 . . . 1.0-4 . . . . . 1.5-9 . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-97 10-183 9-58 11-87

|--Fumbles--| Blkd BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds

1 4 3 3 . 5 . . 4 4 4 2 3 . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 30

1 1 . 5 2 . . 1 . . . 1 1 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 16

. . . 1-0 . . 1-15 1-0 1-6 1-0 . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 1-0 . . . . 8-21 6-60

FF

Kick

Saf

. . . 6 . . . . 1 . . . . 1 . 2 . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 9

. . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 4

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2010 Individual Game Highs

OUTLOOK GAMECOCKS COACHES ABOUT JSU

A.J. Davis

OPPONENTS

Calvin Middleton at Tennessee Tech (Nov 20, 2010) Jamal Young at Eastern Illinois (Sep 25, 2010) Jamal Young at Eastern Illinois (Sep 25, 2010) Alphonso Freeney vs Austin Peay (Oct 23, 2010) Jamal Young at Eastern Illinois (Sep 25, 2010) Marques Ivory at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 06, 2010) Marques Ivory at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 06, 2010) Marques Ivory at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 06, 2010) Marques Ivory at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 06, 2010) Marques Ivory vs UT Chattanooga (Sep 11, 2010) Jeffrey Cameron at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 06, 2010) Jeffrey Cameron at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 06, 2010) Alan Bonner at Ole Miss (Sep 04, 2010) Jeffrey Cameron vs Murray State (Oct 02, 2010) James Shaw vs Austin Peay (Oct 23, 2010) James Shaw vs UT Chattanooga (Sep 11, 2010) James Esco vs Southeast Missouri (Nov 13, 2010) James Esco at Ole Miss (Sep 04, 2010) Coty Blanchard vs Murray State (Oct 02, 2010) Coty Blanchard at Ole Miss (Sep 04, 2010) Coty Blanchard at Tennessee Tech (Nov 20, 2010) Alan Bonner vs Austin Peay (Oct 23, 2010) Alan Bonner vs Murray State (Oct 02, 2010) Jason Horton at Ole Miss (Sep 04, 2010) Rodney Garrott at Ole Miss (Sep 04, 2010) Morrell Jones vs Wofford (Dec 04, 2010) Monte Lewis at Tennessee Tech (Nov 20, 2010) Monte Lewis at Tennessee Tech (Nov 20, 2010) Keginald Harris at Ole Miss (Sep 04, 2010) Robert Gray vs UT Chattanooga (Sep 11, 2010) Keginald Harris at Georgia State (Sep 18, 2010) Brooks Robinson at Eastern Illinois (Sep 25, 2010) Robert Gray at Eastern Illinois (Sep 25, 2010) Keginald Harris at Eastern Illinois (Sep 25, 2010) Keginald Harris at UT Martin (Oct 09, 2010) T.J. Heath vs Tennessee State (Oct 16, 2010) Keginald Harris vs Tennessee State (Oct 16, 2010) Brannon Byrd vs Austin Peay (Oct 23, 2010)

INTRO

Rushes 26 Yards Rushing 162 TD Rushes 3 Long Rush 76 Pass attempts 49 Pass completions 30 Yards Passing 444 TD Passes 3 Long Pass 72 Receptions 10 Yards Receiving 190 TD Receptions 2 Long Reception 72 Field Goals 3 Long Field Goal 45 Punts 7 Punting Avg 45.5 Long Punt 57 Long Punt Return 37 Long Kickoff Return 92 Tackles 13 Sacks 2.0 Tackles For Loss 3.5 Interceptions 1

REVIEW

JSU Team Game Highs

HISTORY OVC

vs Southeast Missouri (Nov 13, 2010) vs Austin Peay (Oct 23, 2010) vs Austin Peay (Oct 23, 2010) at Eastern Illinois (Sep 25, 2010) at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 06, 2010) at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 06, 2010) at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 06, 2010) vs Austin Peay (Oct 23, 2010) vs Austin Peay (Oct 23, 2010) at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 06, 2010) vs Austin Peay (Oct 23, 2010) vs Austin Peay (Oct 23, 2010) vs Austin Peay (Oct 23, 2010) at UT Martin (Oct 09, 2010) vs Tennessee State (Oct 16, 2010) at Eastern Kentucky (Nov 06, 2010) at Georgia State (Sep 18, 2010) at Tennessee Tech (Nov 20, 2010) vs UT Chattanooga (Sep 11, 2010) at Eastern Illinois (Sep 25, 2010)

RECORDS

Rushes 49 Yards Rushing 307 Yards Per Rush 7.3 TD Rushes 4 Pass attempts 52 Pass completions 33 Yards Passing 465 Yards Per Pass 11.6 TD Passes 5 Total Plays 83 Total Offense 539 Yards Per Play 8.7 Points 56 Sacks By 3 First Downs 27 Penalties 13 Penalty Yards 130 Turnovers 4 Interceptions By 3

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2010 REVIEW: GAME-BY-GAME STATS |---RUSHING---| |---RECEIVING----| |--------PASSING--------| Date/Opponent No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD Lg Att-Cmp-Int Yds TD Sep 04, 2010/at Ole Miss 33 103 1 19 22 252 4 30 22-36-0 252 Sep 11, 2010/UT CHATT 45 96 1 17 20 240 2 72 20-36-3 240 Sep 18, 2010/at Georgia State 39 167 3 15 24 283 1 21 24-32-0 283 Sep 25, 2010/at Eastern Illinois 47 264 4 76 15 128 0 21 15-24-1 128 Oct 02, 2010/MURRAY STATE 36 151 1 47 10 229 3 65 10-21-0 229 Oct 09, 2010/at UT Martin 38 172 1 31 8 95 3 22 8-19-1 95 Oct 16, 2010/TENN STATE 38 174 1 32 12 99 2 21 12-22-2 99 Oct 23, 2010/AUSTIN PEAY 42 307 3 46 17 232 5 49 17-20-0 232 Nov 06, 2010/at Eastern Kentucky 31 28 2 19 33 465 3 51 33-52-1 465 Nov 13, 2010/SE MISSOURI 49 170 2 22 18 222 1 29 18-26-1 222 Nov 20, 2010/at Tennessee Tech 47 217 1 38 17 191 2 31 17-35-0 191 Dec 04, 2010/WOFFORD 37 155 0 15 15 170 1 24 15-31-2 170 Totals 482 2004 20 76 211 2606 27 72 211-354-11 2606 Opponent 465 1938 23 48 198 2373 12 76 198-339-10 2373 Games played: 12 Kick ret avg: 23.0

Avg per rush: 4.2 Punt ret avg: 11.0

Date/Opponent Sep 04, 2010/at Ole Miss Sep 11, 2010/UT CHATT Sep 18, 2010/at Georgia State Sep 25, 2010/at Eastern Illinois Oct 02, 2010/MURRAY STATE Oct 09, 2010/at UT Martin Oct 16, 2010/TENN STATE Oct 23, 2010/AUSTIN PEAY Nov 06, 2010/at Eastern Kentucky Nov 13, 2010/SE MISSOURI Nov 20, 2010/at Tennessee Tech Dec 04, 2010/WOFFORD Totals Opponent

|----------TACKLES----------| Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds 41 44 85 9.0-32 35 30 65 4.0-18 40 14 54 9.0-33 40 18 58 9.0-38 44 50 94 9.0-57 46 18 64 6.0-29 37 29 66 7.0-23 32 38 70 5.0-20 42 24 66 5.0-15 22 54 76 6.0-9 30 42 72 7.0-23 36 44 80 5.0-13 445 405 850 81.0-310 454 463 917 67.5-234

Date/Opponent Sep 04, 2010/at Ole Miss Sep 11, 2010/UT CHATTANOOGA Sep 18, 2010/at Georgia State Sep 25, 2010/at Eastern Illinois Oct 02, 2010/MURRAY STATE Oct 09, 2010/at UT Martin Oct 16, 2010/TENN STATE Oct 23, 2010/AUSTIN PEAY Nov 06, 2010/at Eastern Kentucky Nov 13, 2010/SE MISSOURI Nov 20, 2010/at Tennessee Tech Dec 04, 2010/WOFFORD Totals Opponent

Avg per catch: 12.4 All purpose avg/game: 526.4

|-----PUNT RET-----| Yds TD Lg 29 0 0 0 25 2 10 0 31 2 27 0 27 3 5 0 92 5 23 0 51 3 47 0 26 4 69 0 22 6 90 0 25 1 4 0 54 3 44 0 22 1 2 0 22 2 32 0 92 32 353 0 86 10 124 1

0 10 20 3 10 25 35 37 4 27 2 16 37 70

All Purp 355 336 450 392 380 267 273 539 493 392 408 325 4610 4311

Pass efficiency: 140.40 Total offense avg/gm: 384.2

|--SACKS--| |-FUMBLE-| No-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds QBH 1.0-9 2 2-21 1-24 0 0.0-0 1 2-0 1-19 0 2.0-8 0 0-0 1-0 0 2.0-17 0 0-0 3-44 3 0.0-0 2 0-0 0-0 1 3.0-25 0 0-0 1-45 2 3.0-17 2 1-0 2-44 1 1.0-9 1 0-0 1-7 2 0.0-0 0 0-0 0-0 4 0.0-0 0 1-0 0-0 0 2.0-12 2 2-0 0-0 0 0.0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 14.0-97 11 8-21 10-183 14 9.0-58 9 6-60 11-87 16

|--------------PUNTING-------------| No Yds Avg Long Blkd 5 213 42.6 49 0 3 117 39.0 51 0 2 73 36.5 51 0 3 123 41.0 46 0 7 276 39.4 50 0 6 250 41.7 53 0 5 191 38.2 55 0 2 84 42.0 45 0 4 138 34.5 40 0 2 56 28.0 36 0 4 153 38.2 57 0 3 124 41.3 42 0 46 1798 39.1 57 0 56 2200 39.3 58 1

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|-----KICK RET-------| Lg No Yds TD Lg No 30 5 118 0 72 4 96 0 21 4 110 0 21 4 50 0 65 5 164 1 22 5 119 0 21 1 26 0 49 1 22 0 51 7 122 0 29 5 147 0 31 6 119 0 24 4 78 0 72 51 1171 1 76 60 1249 1

|----FIELD GOALS----| TB FC 50+ I20 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 4 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 2 0 1 0 3 2 8 6 22 4 6 8 15

Pass Blkd | Kicks--XPTS-| Brk Kick Att-Made Run Rcv Saf 1 0 3-3 0 2 0 6 0 3-3 0 0 0 3 0 4-4 0 0 0 7 0 4-4 0 0 0 4 0 5-4 0 0 0 5 0 4-3 0 0 0 1 0 3-3 0 0 0 0 0 8-8 0 0 0 0 0 4-4 0 0 0 1 1 2-2 0 0 0 3 0 3-3 0 0 0 3 0 1-0 0 0 1 34 1 44-41 0 2 1 30 4 35-34 0 1 0

|------KICKOFFS------| Att-Made Lg BlkdNo 2-2 45 0 7 1-0 0 0 4 2-2 27 0 6 2-0 0 0 5 2-2 41 0 7 1-1 22 0 6 2-1 27 1 5 0-0 0 0 9 1-1 27 0 7 3-3 42 0 7 3-1 37 1 5 3-2 40 0 4 22-15 45 2 72 17-10 50 0 58

Yds 336 206 317 316 369 389 279 493 385 409 282 254 4035 3405

Avg 48.0 51.5 52.8 63.2 52.7 64.8 55.8 54.8 55.0 58.4 56.4 63.5 56.0 58.7

Pts 49 21 34 28 40 30 24 56 37 29 24 14 386 300

TB OB 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 5 3 5 3


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RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

TEAM GAME

MOST NET YARDS RUSHING 1. 298 Kory Chapman 2. 224 Rondy Rogers 3. 199 Rondy Rogers 4. 186 Oscar Bonds 5. 179 Rondy Rogers 6. 175 Oscar Bonds 175 Kory Champman 8. 172 Rondy Rogers 9. 167 Rondy Rogers 10. 163 Clay Green 163 Clay Green

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. 351 Tennessee Tech 7. 347 at Samford 8. 346 North Carolina A&T 9. 332 Northwestern State 10. 324 at Arkansas State

Nov 06, 2004 Sep 30, 1995 Oct 11, 2003 Oct 16, 2004 Aug 30, 2001 Nov 14, 2009 Nov 08, 2003 Sep 23, 1995 Nov 04, 2000 Sep 22, 2001

55 carries 64 carries 54 carries 50 carries 35 carries 45 carries 58 carries 62 carries 49 carries 66 carries

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. 7.8 Tennessee Tech Nov 14, 2009 5. 7.5 Nicholls State Sep 25, 1999 7.5 Union Sep 17, 1999 7. 7.4 Tennessee Tech Oct 27, 2005 8. 7.3 Austin Peay Oct 23, 2010 7.3 Tennessee Tech Nov 03, 2001 10. 7.2 Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004

35-353 55-453 54-444 45-351 20-150 42-314 32-237 42-307 34-248 50-358

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 Tennessee Tech 5 Southeast Missouri 5 Murray State 5 at Tennessee-Martin 5 Southeast Missouri 5 Eastern Kentucky

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 14, 2009 Nov 20, 2004 Oct 05, 2006 Oct 09, 2004 Sep 16, 2006 Sep 27, 2003

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

UT-Martin Northwestern State Tennessee Tech Samford #22 Southwest Texas Tennessee State Tennessee Tech at Arkansas State at #23 Stephen F Austin Tennessee Tech at Chattanooga

Oct 11, 2003 Nov 04, 2000 Nov 03, 2001 Nov 06, 2004 Oct 20, 2001 Oct 16, 2004 Oct 25, 2003 Sep 22, 2001 Oct 13, 2001 Oct 27, 2005 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 2. 13.3 Oscar Bonds Samford 3. 13.2 Rondy Rogers Cumberland Univ. 4. 12.8 Oscar Bonds Southeast Missouri 5. 11.1 Oscar Bonds at Chattanooga 6. 10.4 Brandon George SE Missouri State 7. 10.3 Kory Chapman UT-Martin 8. 10.1 Daniel Jackson Austin Peay 9. 9.9 Rogers, Rondy #22 Southwest Texas 10. 9.7 Oscar Bonds at Furman

Oct 27, 2005 Nov 06, 2004 Aug 30, 2001 Nov 20, 2004 Sep 18, 2004 Oct 04, 2008 Oct 11, 2003 Nov 01, 2008 Oct 20, 2001 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 2. 3 Alphonso Freeney 3 Jamal Young 3 Oscar Bonds 3 Oscar Bonds 3 Clay Green 3 Clay Green 3 Maurice Mullins 3 Ronald Murray 3 Mitchell, Marcu 3 Rondy Rogers

Oct 11, 2007 Oct 23, 2010 Sep 25, 2010 Sep 18, 2004 Sep 25, 2004 Oct 05, 2006 Sep 16, 2006 Nov 08, 2003 Nov 08, 2008 Aug 30, 2001 Oct 13, 2001

at Austin Peay Austin Peay at Eastern Kentucky at Chattanooga at Eastern Kentucky Murray State Southeast Missouri at Samford at Tennessee Tech Cumberland Univ. at #23 Stephen F Austin

LONGEST RUSH FROM SCRIMMAGE 1. 81 Clay Green Tennessee Tech 2. 80 Joey Hamilton Alabama A&M 3. 79 Oscar Bonds Samford 4. 77 Oscar Bonds Southeast Missouri 5. 76 Jamal Young at Eastern Illinois 6. 74 Rondy Rogers #22 Southwest Texas 7. 69 Cedric Johnson at Austin Peay 8. 67 Oscar Bonds Tennessee State 9. 66 Daniel Jackson Eastern Kentucky 10. 63 Marcus Mitchell Cumberland Univ. MOST CONSECUTIVE 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES 1. 7 Clay Green 2. 4 Oscar Bonds 4 Rondy Rogers

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)

INDIVIDUAL (SEASON)

INDIVIDUAL GAME

RUSHING TDS 1. 43 2. 41 3. 40 4. 38 5. 37 6. 31 31 8. 29 29 10. 28 28 28

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AVERAGE YARDS/RUSH 1. 5.49 (703-3857) 2. 5.35 (466-2491) 3. 5.21 (550-2863) 4. 5.07 (573-2905) 5. 5.03 (695-3496) 6. 4.99 (450-2247) 7. 4.92 (394-1939) 8. 4.86 (661-3213) 9. 4.84 (415-2007) 10. 4.82 (788-3797)

1991 2001 2004 2003 1988 1973 2000 1990 2008 1992

RUSHING YARDS/GAME 1. 260.3 (11 games) 2. 246.2 (11 games) 3. 242.1 (12 games) 4. 241.2 (11 games) 5. 226.5 (11 games) 6. 215.3 (11 games) 7. 193.9 (10 games) 8. 188.8 (11 games) 9. 182.5 (11 games) 10. 170.9 (10 games)

2004 1994 2003 1995 2001 2005 2000 2009 2008 1996

Oct 27, 2005 Sep 04, 1999 Nov 06, 2004 Nov 20, 2004 Sep 25, 2010 Oct 20, 2001 Oct 11, 2007 Oct 16, 2004 Sep 22, 2007 Aug 30, 2001 2005 2004 2001

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)

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1970-73 1999-02 2003-06 1987-90 1980-83 1968-71 1966-69 1985-88 1990-93 1989-92

1970-73 1999-02 2003-06 1980-83 1987-90 1985-88 1966-69 1990-93

OVC

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)

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 Jamal Young (18 car.) at Eastern Illinois, Sept. 25, 2010 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 Calvin Middleton (13 car.) vs UT Martin, Oct. 3, 2009 Rondy Rogers (21 car.) at Georgia Southern, Nov. 16, 2002 Calvin Middleton (26 car.) at Tennessee Tech, Nov. 20, 2010 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 Ryan Perrilloux (9 car.) vs Eastern Kentucky, Nov. 21, 2009 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 Darius Barksdale (20 car.) vs #7 Southeast Missouri State, Nov. 13, 2010 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 Jamal Young (8 car.) vs Austin Peay, Oct. 23, 2010 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 Ryan Perrilloux (8 car.) vs Tennessee Tech, Nov. 14, 2009 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

HISTORY

1990-93 1990-93 2003-04 1991-94 1999-02 2002-03 2003-06 1990,92-94 1991-94 1998

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 61 108 129 171 212 183 212 203 223 242 130 128 126 118

298 224 199 184 179 175 175 167 164 163 163 162 162 150 144 141 135 134 133 132 132 131 131 130 128 128 126 125 123 122 121 121 120 120 120 119 115 115 114 114 114 113 113 111 111 111 111 111 111 110 108 108 107 105 105 105 104 104 103 103 103 102 101 100 100

RECORDS

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)

100-YARD RUSHERS (FCS)

REVIEW

1983-85 1988-90 1990-92 1999-01 1971 1990-93 1993,95 2000-01 2008

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.)

OPPONENTS

AVERAGE YARDS/RUSH (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 18.03 Hank Williams (39-703) 2. 7.53 Shawn Johnson (149-1122) 3. 7.33 Danny Lee (165-1210) 4. 7.00 Roger Bell (93-651) 5. 6.97 Ray Laney (32-223) 6. 6.92 Derrick Griffie (117-810) 7. 6.87 Anton Whitt (68-467) 8. 6.62 Carlow James (79-523) 9. 6.44 Brandon George (32-206)

Att

ABOUT JSU

1987-90 1970-73 2003-06 1999-02 1980-83 1985-88 1980-83 2003-04 1966-69 1991-94 1971-75

Yards 971 630 646 541 430 331 329 1024 871 455 436 1051 430 250 656 515 720 226 440 568 559 427 555 1293 905 1087 952 709 501 786 955 524 461 609 811 1030 787 529 427 610 538 1081 666 775 950 753 486 700 657 487 231 444 387 825 1417 772 1285 1263 1352 1083 509 815 635 514

COACHES

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

298 275 224 224 201 207

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 Rondy Rogers Rondy Rogers Kory Chapman Oscar Bonds Clay Green Clay Green Daniel Jackson Daniel Jackson Calvin Middleton Calvin Middleton

GAMECOCKS

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 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

OUTLOOK

1970-73 1999-02 2003-06 1980-83 1987-90 1985-88 1966-69 1990-93 1989-92 2005-08

200-YARD RUSHERS

INTRO

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)

YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS

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REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

TEAM GAME MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED 1. 66 Nicholls State 2. 52 at Eastern Kentucky 3. 48 Southwest Missouri 4. 46 Georgia Southern 5. 43 at Memphis 6. 41 at Eastern Kentucky 7. 39 Troy State 39 Eastern Kentucky 9. 38 Southwest Texas 10. 37 at Georgia Tech

Sep 25, 1999 Nov 6, 2010 Sep 06, 1997 Nov 13, 1999 Sep 15, 2007 Oct 11, 2008 Nov 21, 1998 Sep 22, 2007 Nov 15, 1997 Aug 28, 2008

MOST PASSES COMPLETED 1. 33 at Eastern Kentucky 2. 31 Nicholls State 3. 24 at Georgia State 24 at Memphis 5. 23 at Georgia Tech 23 Southwest Texas 23 Troy State 8. 22 at Ole Miss 22 at Georgia Tech 22 at Tennessee Tech 22 Georgia Southern 22 Eastern Kentucky

Nov 6, 2010 Sep 25, 1999 Sep 18, 2010 Sep 15, 2007 Sep 5, 2009 Nov 15, 1997 Nov 21, 1998 Sep 4, 2010 Aug 28, 2008 Nov 08, 2008 Nov 13, 1999 Sep 22, 2007

HIGHEST PERCENTAGE PASSES COMPLETED (10 passes) 1. 90.0 Murray State Oct 18, 2008 2. 86.4 UT Martin Oct 3, 2009 3. 85.0 Austin Peay Oct 23, 2010 4. 80.0 at Eastern Illinois Sep 27, 2008 5. 75.0 at Georgia State Sep 18, 2010 6. 73.7 Samford Nov 11, 2006 7. 73.3 at Eastern Kentucky Sep 30, 2006 8. 72.4 at UAB Sep 17, 2005 9. 70.6 at Tennessee State Oct 18, 2003 70.6 Southeast Missouri Sep 16, 2006 70.6 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 MOST PASSING YARDS 1. 465 at Eastern Kentucky 2. 456 Nicholls State 3. 417 Southwest Missouri 4. 373 Southwest Texas 5. 331 at Murray State 6. 321 Northwestern State 7. 317 at Alabama A&M 317 Tennessee Tech 9. 307 Nicholls State 10. 304 at Eastern Kentucky

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18-20 19-22 17-20 20-25 24-32 14-19 11-15 21-29 12-17 12-17 12-17

17-271 17-227 23-307 26-317 17-201 20-232 22-255 19-218 17-193 28-317

MOST PASSING YARDS GAINED PER COMPLETION (5 completions) 1. 34.8 Sam Houston State Oct 24, 1998 2. 26.2 Knoxville College Sep 30, 1995 3. 23.6 Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 4. 22.9 Murray State Oct 2, 2010 5. 22.6 at Tennessee-Martin Oct 09, 2004 22.6 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 7. 21.1 at Alabama A&M Sep 19, 2009 8. 20.9 Southwest Missouri Sep 06, 1997 9. 20.6 Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 10. 19.8 Tennessee Tech Nov 03, 2001

5-174 5-131 13-307 10-229 10-226 12-271 15-317 20-417 11-227 16-317

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Sep 27, 1997 Oct 11, 2008 Nov 24, 2001 Sep 25, 1999 Sep 11, 2010 Oct 01, 2005 Oct 19, 2002 Oct 21, 2006 Oct 26, 1996 Sep 06, 1997 Sep 19, 1998

HIGHEST PASSING EFFICIENCY RATING (11 attempts) 1. 264.9 Austin Peay Oct 23, 2010 2. 262.7 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 3. 239.5 UT Martin Oct 3, 2009 4. 235.4 Murray State Oct 18, 2008 5. 207.8 at Nicholls State Sep 26, 2009 6. 204.8 Samford Nov 11, 2006 7. 203.0 Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 8. 198.2 at Alabama A&M Sep 19, 2009 9. 196.8 Union Sep 17, 1999 10. 196.3 Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004

Nov 6, 2010 Sep 25, 1999 Sep 06, 1997 Nov 15, 1997 Oct 10, 2009 Nov 07, 1998 Sep 19, 2009 Nov 03, 2001 Sep 08, 2001 Oct 11, 2008

Oct 23, 2010 Sep 25, 2009 Sep 06, 1997 Sep 25, 1999

at Ole Miss UT Martin at Murray State Murray State Union

MOST PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED 1. 6 McNeese State 2. 5 at Eastern Kentucky 3. 4 #11 McNeese State 4 Nicholls State 5. 3 UT Chattanooga 3 Eastern Kentucky 3 at McNeese State 3 Tennessee State 3 Troy State 3 Southwest Missouri 3 Middle Tennessee St.

MOST PASSING YARDS GAINED PER ATTEMPT (10 attempts) 1. 15.9 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 2. 13.4 Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 3. 13.3 Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 4. 12.2 at Alabama A&M Sep 19, 2009 5. 11.8 Tennessee Tech Oct 27, 2005 6. 11.6 Austin Peay Oct 23, 2010 11.6 at #23 Stephen F Austin Oct 13, 2001 8. 11.5 Samford Nov 11, 2006 9. 11.4 Samford Nov 06, 2004 10. 11.3 Tennessee Tech Nov 03, 2001

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. 5 Austin Peay 5 at Nicholls State 5 Southwest Missouri 5 Nicholls State

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INDIVIDUAL GAME MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED 1. 444 Marques Ivory 2. 417 Montressa Kirby 3. 345 Montressa Kirby 4. 323 Ryan Perrilloux 5. 321 Montressa Kirby 6. 304 Tim Gallahan 304 Ryan Perrilloux 8. 293 Ryan Perrilloux 293 Reggie Stancil 10. 283 Marques Ivory

at Eastern Kentucky Southwest Missouri Southwest Texas at Murray State Northwestern State Nicholls State at Eastern Kentucky at Alabama A&M Nicholls State at Georgia State

Nov 6, 2010 Sep 06, 1997 Nov 15, 1997 Oct 10, 2009 Nov 07, 1998 Sep 25, 1999 Oct 11, 2008 Sep 19, 2009 Sep 08, 2001 Sep 18, 2010

MOST PASSES COMPLETED 1. 30 Marques Ivory 2. 23 Marques Ivory 23 Marques Ivory 23 Cedric Johnson 23 Montressa Kirby 6. 22 Montressa Kirby 22 Ryan Perrilloux 8. 21 Tim Gallahan 21 Maurice Mullins 21 Ryan Perrilloux 21 Ryan Perrilloux

at Eastern Kentucky at Georgia State at Georgia Tech at Memphis Troy State Southwest Texas at Georgia Tech Nicholls State at UAB at Tennessee Tech at Eastern Kentucky

Nov 6, 2010 Sep 18, 2010 Sep 5, 2009 Sep 15, 2007 Nov 21, 1998 Nov 15, 1997 Aug 28, 2008 Sep 25, 1999 Sep 17, 2005 Nov 08, 2008 Oct 11, 2008

HIGHEST PERCENTAGE PASSES COMPLETED (10 attempts) 1. 90.0 Ryan Perrilloux Murray State Oct 18, 2008 2. 87.5 Ryan Perrilloux UT Martin Oct 3, 2009 3. 83.3 Marques Ivory Austin Peay Oct 23, 2010 4. 80.0 Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Illinois Sep 27, 2008 5. 76.9 Cedric Johnson at Austin Peay Oct 11, 2007 6. 75.0 Marques Ivory at Georgia State Sep 18, 2010 7. 73.7 Matt Hardin Samford Nov 11, 2006 8. 73.3 Tim Gallahan Union Sep 17, 1999 73.3 Matt Hardin at Eastern Kentucky Sep 30, 2006 10. 72.7 Ryan Perrilloux SE Missouri State Oct 04, 2008 MOST CONSECUTIVE PASSES COMPLETED 1. 13 Ryan Perrilloux Austin Peay 2. 12 Ryan Perrilloux Murray State

Nov. 1, 2008 Oct 18, 2008

MOST PASSING YARDS 1. 417 Montressa Kirby 2. 345 Montressa Kirby 3. 323 Ryan Perrilloux 4. 321 Montressa Kirby 5. 304 Tim Gallahan

Sep 06, 1997 Nov 15, 1997 Oct 10, 2009 Nov 07, 1998 Sep 25, 1999

Southwest Missouri Southwest Texas at Murray State Northwestern State Nicholls State

18-20 14-16 17-20 20-25 10-13 24-32 14-19 11-15 11-15 16-22

304 293 293 281 275

Ryan Perrilloux Ryan Perrilloux Reggie Stancil Ryan Perrilloux Reggie Stancil

at Eastern Kentucky at Alabama A&M Nicholls State at Eastern Illinois Tennessee Tech

Oct 11, 2008 Sep 19, 2009 Sep 08, 2001 Sep 27, 2008 Nov 03, 2001

MOST PASSING YARDS GAINED PER ATTEMPT (10 attempts) 1. 15.4 Maurice Mullins at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 2. 14.3 Maurice Mullins Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 3. 13.3 Ryan Perrilloux at Alabama A&M Sep 19, 2009 13.3 Reggie Stancil Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 5. 12.9 Maurice Mullins Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 6. 12.8 Ryan Perrilloux UT Martin Oct 3, 2009 7. 12.1 Marques Ivory Austin Peay Oct 23, 2010 8. 11.9 Maurice Mullins Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 9. 11.8 Tim Gallahan Union Sep 17, 1999 10. 11.5 Matt Hardin Samford Nov 11, 2006

12-185 14-200 22-293 22-293 14-180 14-205 12-145 12-143 15-177 19-218

MOST PASSING YARDS GAINED PER COMPLETION (5 completions) 1. 34.8 Montressa Kirby Sam Houston State Oct 24, 1998 2. 24.4 Reggie Stancil Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 3. 23.1 Maurice Mullins at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 4. 23.0 Marques Ivory Murray State Oct 2, 2010 5. 22.5 Ryan Perrilloux at Alabama A&M Sep 19, 2009 22.5 Maurice Mullins Samford Nov 06, 2004 7. 20.9 Montressa Kirby Southwest Missouri Sep 06, 1997 8. 20.6 Marques Ivory Alabama A&M Sep 06, 2008 9. 20.4 Maurice Mullins Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 10. 20.0 Maurice Mullins Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004

5-174 12-293 8-185 7-161 13-293 6-135 20-417 5-103 7-143 10-200

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. 5 Montressa Kirby 2. 4 Ryan Perrilloux 4 Ryan Perrilloux 4 Ryan Perrilloux 4 Tim Gallahan 6. 3 Marques Ivory 3 Ryan Perrilloux 3 Ryan Perrilloux 3 Ryan Perrilloux 3 Tim Gallahan 3 Matt Hardin 3 Montressa Kirby 3 Montressa Kirby 3 Montressa Kirby 3 Reggie Stancil

Southwest Missouri UT Martin at Nicholls State Murray State Union College at Eastern Kentucky Tennessee Tech at Murray State at Alabama A&M Nicholls State at Chattanooga Northwestern State Western Kentucky Sam Houston State Nicholls State

Sep 06, 1997 Oct 3, 2009 Sep 26, 2009 Oct 18, 2008 Sep 17, 1999 Nov 6, 2010 Nov 14, 2009 Oct 10, 2009 Sep 19, 2009 Sep 25, 1999 Sep 18, 2004 Nov 07, 1998 Oct 12, 1996 Oct 24, 1998 Sep 08, 2001

MOST PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED 1. 5 Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Kentucky 2. 4 Tim Gallahan Nicholls State 3. 3 Brooks Barron McNeese State 3 Matt Hardin Tennessee State 3 Montressa Kirby Troy State 3 Montressa Kirby Southwest Missouri 3 Montressa Kirby Middle Tennessee St. 3 Montressa Kirby McNeese State 3 Reggie Stancil #11 McNeese State 3 Reggie Stancil at McNeese State

Oct 11, 2008 Sep 25, 1999 Sep 27, 1997 Oct 21, 2006 Oct 26, 1996 Sep 06, 1997 Sep 19, 1998 Sep 27, 1997 Nov 24, 2001 Oct 19, 2002

HIGHEST PASSING EFFICIENCY RATING (10 attempts) 1. 277.6 Ryan Perrilloux UT Martin 2. 260.5 Tim Gallahan Union 3. 239.8 Marques Ivory Austin Peay 4. 235.4 Ryan Perrilloux Murray State 5. 219.1 Ryan Perrilloux at Nicholls State 6. 216.0 Ryan Perrilloux at Alabama A&M 7. 215.0 Maurice Mullins Southeast Missouri 8. 204.8 Matt Hardin Samford 9. 203.0 Maurice Mullins Southeast Missouri 10. 202.3 Reggie Stancil Nicholls State

Oct. 3, 2009 Sep 17, 1999 Oct 23, 2010 Oct 18, 2008 Sep 26, 2009 Sep 19, 2009 Nov 20, 2004 Nov 11, 2006 Nov 20, 2004 Sep 08, 2001

LONGEST PASS COMPLETION 1. 93 Montressa Kirby 2. 90 Chuck Robinson 3. 86 Doc Lett 4. 84 Maurice Mullins 84 Chuck Robinson 6. 82 Montressa Kirby 82 David Gulledge 82 Bobby Ray Green 9. 81 Montressa Kirby 10. 80 Richard Drawdy 80 Garey Waiters 80 Reggie Stancil

Sep 06, 1997 Dec. 5, 1992 Sep 21, 1968 Nov 20, 2004 Oct. 1, 1994 Sep 19, 1998 Nov. 5, 1988 Nov. 25, 1978 Nov 07, 1998 Oct. 9, 1965 Nov. 2, 1985 Nov. 20, 1999

Southwest Missouri New Haven Samford Southeast Missouri Knoxville College Middle Tennessee St. Troy State Delaware Northwestern State Southeast Missouri UT Martin Troy State


THE Record BOOK / PASSING

TEAM (SEASON)

1983 1997 1985 1968 1965 1999 1980 1978 1977 1982 1981

PASS EFFICIENCY 1. 192.0 (49-83-6) 2. 161.2 (177-299-4) 3. 144.3 (195-312-13)

1991 2009 2008

PASSING YARDS 1. 2817 Montressa Kirby 2. 2484 Ed Lett 3. 2350 Ryan Perrilloux 4. 2318 Ryan Perrilloux 5. 2271 Montressa Kirby 6. 2248 Marques Ivory 7. 2102 Ed Lett 8. 1969 Ed Lett 9. 1937 David Coffey 10. 1915 Reggie Stancil

(218-418-19) (201-368-14) (138-236-2) (187-297-13) (168-318-13) (181-309-9) (187-358-17) (141-237-9) (150-261-7) (138-312-12)

1997 1982 2009 2008 1998 2010 1980 1981 1986 1999

PASSING TDS 1. 23 Ryan Perrilloux 2. 22 Ed Lett 3. 20 Ed Lett 4. 19 Ryan Perrilloux 5. 18 Marques Ivory 18 Ed Lett 7. 17 Ralph Brock 17 Bobby Ray Green 17 Montressa Kirby 10. 15 Richard Drawdy 15 Montressa Kirby

2009 1982 1981 2008 2010 1980 1973 1977 1997 1966 1998

PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED 1. 19 Montressa Kirby 2. 17 Ed Lett 3. 14 Ed Lett 14 Doc Lett 5. 13 Ryan Perrilloux 13 David Coffey 13 Richard Drawdy 13 Montressa Kirby 9. 12 Reggie Stancil 12 Doc Lett 12 Pat White 12 Larry Barnes

(218-418-19) (187-358-17) (201-368-14) (100-194-14) (187-297-13) (116-250-13) (77-156-13) (168-318-13) (138-312-12) (96-218-12) (46-102-12) (54-121-12)

PASS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 65.9 Coty Blanchard (27-41-2) 2. 65.0 Marques Ivory (39-60-1) 3. 64.6 Nicki Edmondson (42-65-3) 4. 63.0 Ryan Perrilloux (187-297-13) 5. 62.3 Maurice Mullins (94-151-4) 6. 61.5 Bobby Ray Green (123-200-9) 7. 60.0 Mike Watts (39-65-4) 8. 59.5 Ed Lett (141-237-9) 9. 58.6 Marques Ivory (181-309-9) 10. 58.5 Ryan Perrilloux (138-236-2)

1997 1980 1982 1969 2008 1984 1965 1998 1999 1968 1985 1975 2010 2009 1991 2008 2004 1978 1977 1981 2010 2009

OVC

PASS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE 1. 62.5 (195-312-13) 2008 2. 59.9 (178-297-15) 1977 3. 59.6 (211-354-11) 2010 4. 59.2 (177-299-4) 2009 5. 59.0 (49-83-6) 1991 6. 59.0 (217-368-15) 1981 7. 58.6 (187-319-15) 1978 8. 56.9 (156-274-9) 1986 9. 56.0 (153-273-7) 2007 10. 55.9 (242-433-15) 1982

1997 1982 1980 2008 2010 1998 1986 1981 2009 1977 1999

HISTORY

PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED 1. 22 (145-306-22) 22 (221-429-22) 3. 18 (98-197-18) 18 (127-302-18) 18 (90-196-18) 18 (196-424-18) 7. 17 (195-369-17) 8. 15 (187-319-15) 15 (178-297-15) 15 (242-433-15) 15 (217-368-15)

1997 2009 1999 2008 2010 1998 2001 2004 2007 2006

(218-418-19) (201-368-14) (187-358-17) (187-297-13) (181-309-9) (168-318-13) (150-261-7) (141-237-9) (138-236-2) (138-238-11) (138-312-12)

RECORDS

1981 2010 2009 1982 2008 1977 1980 1978 1973 1997 2001 1999

PASSING YARDS/GAME 1. 263.4 (11 games) 2. 242.3 (11 games) 3. 236.2 (11 games) 4. 225.6 (11 games) 5. 217.2 (12 games) 6. 209.8 (11 games) 7. 201.3 (11 games) 8. 182.4 (11 games) 9. 172.0 (11 games) 10. 158.5 (11 games)

PASS COMPLETIONS 1. 218 Montressa Kirby 2. 201 Ed Lett 3. 187 Ed Lett 187 Ryan Perrilloux 5. 181 Marques Ivory 6. 168 Montressa Kirby 7. 150 David Coffey 8. 141 Ed Lett 9. 138 Ryan Perrilloux 138 Bobby Ray Green 138 Reggie Stancil

REVIEW

PASSING TDS 1. 28 2. 27 27 4. 25 5. 22 6. 21 7. 20 8. 18 18 18 18 18

1991 2001 1994 1989 1990 1966 1985 2004 1975 1973

1997 1982 1980 1998 1999 2010 2008 1986 1984 1977

OPPONENTS

1982 1997 2009 1981 2010 1999 2008 1978 1998 1977

AVERAGE YARDS/COMPLETION 1. 20.9 (49-83-6) 2. 17.2 (129-263-13) 3. 17.0 (69-157-6) 4. 16.4 (57-119-6) 5. 15.9 (67-144-4) 6. 15.9 (125-289-14) 7. 15.8 (98-197-18) 8. 15.7 (128-230-5) 9. 15.6 (58-127-12) 10. 15.2 (88-184-8)

(218-418-19) (201-368-14) (187-358-17) (168-318-13) (138-312-12) (181-309-9) (187-297-13) (150-261-7) (116-250-13) (138-238-11)

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PASSING YARDS 1. 2915 (242-433-15) 2. 2897 (221-429-22) 3. 2665 (177-299-4) 2665 (217-368-15) 5. 2606 (211-354-11) 6. 2598 (196-424-18) 7. 2482 (195-312-13) 8. 2404 (187-319-15) 9. 2308 (169-320-13) 10. 2218 (178-297-15)

1991 2009 2004 2001 2008 1985 1989 1978 1994 1977

PASS ATTEMPTS 1. 418 Montressa Kirby 2. 368 Ed Lett 3. 358 Ed Lett 4. 318 Montressa Kirby 5. 312 Reggie Stancil 6. 309 Marques Ivory 7. 297 Ryan Perrilloux 8. 261 David Coffey 9. 250 David Coffey 10. 238 Bobby Ray Green

COACHES

1982 1997 1981 2010 1999 1980 2008 1978 1977 2009

AVERAGE YARDS/PASS 1. 12.3 (49-83-6) 2. 8.9 (177-299-4) 3. 8.7 (128-230-5) 4. 8.4 (129-263-13) 5. 8.0 (195-312-13) 6. 7.9 (98-197-18) 7. 7.9 (57-119-6) 8. 7.5 (187-319-15) 9. 7.5 (69-157-6) 10. 7.5 (178-297-15)

INDIVIDUAL (SEASON)

GAMECOCKS

PASS COMPLETIONS 1. 242 (242-433-15) 2. 221 (221-429-22) 3. 217 (217-368-15) 4. 211 (211-354-11) 5. 196 (196-424-18) 6. 195 (195-369-17) 195 (195-312-13) 8. 187 (187-319-15) 9. 178 (178-297-15) 10. 177 (177-299-4)

2004 2010 1981 1977 1973 2001 1978

OUTLOOK

1982 1997 1999 1980 1981 2010 1998 1978 2008 1983

141.8 (128-230-5) 140.4 (211-354-11) 136.8 (217-368-15) 135.9 (178-297-15) 132.6 (88-184-8) 132.5 (129-263-13) 131.1 (187-319-15)

INTRO

PASS ATTEMPTS 1. 433 (242-433-15) 2. 429 (221-429-22) 3. 424 (196-424-18) 4. 369 (195-369-17) 5. 368 (217-368-15) 6. 354 (211-354-11) 7. 320 (169-320-13) 8. 319 (187-319-15) 9. 312 (195-312-13) 10. 306 (145-306-22)

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HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

THE Record BOOK / PASSING PASS EFFICIENCY (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 214.2 Nicki Edmondson (42-65-3) 2. 181.1 Coty Blanchard (27-41-2) 3. 172.6 Ryan Perrilloux (138-236-2) 4. 166.8 Cecil Blount (10-21-2) 5. 149.5 Ed Lett (141-237-9) 6. 147.8 Anthony Mayo (16-34-3) 7. 146.6 Maurice Mullins (94-151-4) 8. 140.9 Ryan Perrilloux (187-297-13) 9. 139.4 Matt Hardin (32-71-1) 10. 138.0 Bobby Ray Green (123-200-9)

1991 2010 2009 1990 1981 2001 2004 2008 2004 1978

AVERAGE YARDS PER PASS (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 13.5 Nicki Edmondson (42-65-3) 2. 12.7 Cecil Blount (10-21-2) 3. 10.0 Ryan Perrilloux (138-236-2) 4. 9.5 Anthony Mayo (16-34-3) 5. 9.2 Ed Lett (34-64-2) 6. 9.1 Maurice Mullins (94-151-4) 7. 8.3 Ed Lett (141-237-9) 8. 8.2 Matt Hardin (32-71-1) 9. 8.1 Reggie Stancil (112-227-9) 10. 8.1 David Coffey (49-94-6)

1991 1990 2009 2001 1979 2004 1981 2004 2001 1985

AVERAGE YARDS PER COMPLETION (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 26.8 Richard Drawdy (55-218-10) 2. 26.7 Cecil Blount (10-21-2) 3. 20.8 Nicki Edmondson (42-65-3) 4. 20.1 Anthony Mayo (16-34-3) 5. 18.3 Matt Hardin (32-71-1) 6. 17.8 Bruce Peck (28-67-4) 7. 17.6 Matt Hardin (11-27-1) 8. 17.4 Ed Lett (34-64-2) 9. 17.0 Ryan Perrilloux (138-236-2) 10. 16.6 David Gulledge (53-111-6)

1966 1990 1991 2001 2004 1966 2005 1979 2009 1989

PASSING YARDS PER GAME (minimum 5 games) 1. 256.1 Montressa Kirby (11 games) 2. 235.0 Ryan Perrilloux (11 games) 3. 210.7 Ryan Perrilloux (11 games) 4. 206.5 Montressa Kirby (11 games) 5. 187.3 Marques Ivory (12 games) 6. 174.1 Reggie Stancil (11 games) 7. 168.0 Reggie Stancil (11 games) 8. 157.1 Matt Hardin (11 games) 9. 130.4 Cedric Johnson (11 games) 10. 125.1 Maurice Mullins (11 games)

1997 2009 2008 1998 2010 1999 2001 2006 2007 2004

INDIVIDUAL (CAREER) PASS ATTEMPTS 1. 1027 Ed Lett 2. 966 Montressa Kirby 3. 829 Reggie Stancil 4. 750 Doc Lett 5. 729 David Coffey 6. 533 Ryan Perrilloux 533 Maurice Mullins 8. 438 Bobby Ray Green 9. 420 David Gulledge 10. 398 Ralph Brock

(563-1027-42) (492-966-43) (377-829-32) (345-750-45) (367-729-32) (325-533-15) (279-533-16) (261-438-20) (202-420-14) (186-398-17)

1979-82 1995-98 1999-02 1968-71 1983-86 2008-09 2002-05 1977-78 1987-90 1972-73

PASS COMPLETIONS 1. 563 Ed Lett 2. 492 Montressa Kirby 3. 377 Reggie Stancil 4. 367 David Coffey 5. 345 Doc Lett 6. 325 Ryan Perrilloux 7. 279 Maurice Mullins 8. 261 Bobby Ray Green 9. 227 Marques Ivory 10. 202 Matt Hardin 202 David Gulledge

(563-1027-42) (492-966-43) (377-829-32) (367-729-32) (345-750-45) (325-533-15) (279-533-16) (261-438-20) (227-381-10) (202-392-14) (202-420-14)

1979-82 1995-98 1999-02 1983-86 1968-71 2008-09 2002-05 1977-78 2008-A 2003-07 1987-90

PASSING YARDS 1. 7145 Ed Lett 2. 6587 Montressa Kirby 3. 5182 Reggie Stancil 4. 5145 David Coffey 5. 4668 Ryan Perrilloux

(563-1027-42) (492-966-43) (377-829-32) (367-729-32) (325-533-15)

1979-82 1995-98 1999-02 1983-86 2008-09

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(345-750-45) (279-533-16) (261-438-20) (202-420-14) (202-392-14)

1968-71 2002-05 1977-78 1987-90 2003-07

PASSING TDS 1. 61 Ed Lett 2. 43 Montressa Kirby 3. 42 Ryan Perrilloux 4. 35 Reggie Stancil 5. 29 David Coffey 29 Doc Lett 29 Bobby Ray Green 8. 27 Ralph Brock 9. 26 Richard Drawdy 10. 24 Marques Ivory

1979-82 1995-98 2008-09 1999-02 1983-86 1968-71 1977-78 1972-73 1965-66 2008-10

PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED 1. 45 Doc Lett 2. 43 Montressa Kirby 3. 42 Ed Lett 4. 32 David Coffey 32 Reggie Stancil 6. 25 Larry Barnes 7. 23 Richard Drawdy 8. 20 Mike Watts 20 Bobby Ray Green 10. 18 Bruce Peck

(345-750-45) (492-966-43) (563-1027-42) (367-729-32) (377-829-32) (142-304-25) (132-374-23) (189-367-20) (261-438-20) (120-321-18)

1968-71 1995-98 1979-82 1983-86 1999-02 1973-76 1965-66 1977-79 1977-78 1964-67

PASS COMPLETION PCT (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 65.9 Coty Blanchard (27-41-2) 2. 62.3 Nicki Edmondson (43-69-3) 3. 61.0 Ryan Perrilloux (325-533-15) 4. 59.6 Marques Ivory (227-381-10) 59.6 Bobby Ray Green (261-438-20) 6. 58.3 Kirk Patterson (84-144-10) 7. 57.1 Cedric Johnson (120-210-5) 8. 54.8 Ed Lett (563-1027-42) 9. 53.8 Brian Mintz (21-39-4) 10. 52.8 Tim Gallahan (57-108-6)

2010-A 1988-91 2008-09 2008-A 1977-78 1980-81,83 2007 1979-82 1982-83 1999

PASS EFFICIENCY (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 203.3 Nicki Edmondson (43-69-3) 2. 181.1 Coty Blanchard (27-41-2) 3. 154.9 Ryan Perrilloux (325-533-15) 4. 141.3 Cecil Blount (16-35-3) 5. 137.0 Bobby Ray Green (261-438-20) 6. 134.4 Marques Ivory (227-381-10) 7. 124.7 Ed Lett (563-1027-42) 8. 124.4 Joe Haynie (55-115-0) 9. 120.0 Matt Hardin (202-392-14) 10. 119.2 Cedric Johnson (120-210-5)

1988-91 2010-A 2008-09 1988-90 1977-78 2008-A 1979-82 1964 2003-07 2007

AVERAGE YARDS/PASS (minimum 20 attempts) 1. 12.7 Nicki Edmondson (43-69-3) 2. 10.1 Cecil Blount (16-35-3) 3. 8.8 Ryan Perrilloux (325-533-15) 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. 7.2 Coty Blanchard (27-41-2) 9. 7.1 Marques Ivory (227-381-10) 7.1 David Coffey (367-729-32) 11. 7.0 Maurice Mullins (279-533-16) 7.0 David Gulledge (202-420-14)

1988-91 1988-90 2008-09 1977-78 1991-94 2003-07 1964 2010-A 2008-A 1983-86 2002-05 1987-90

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/GAME (minimum 5 games) 1. 222.3 Ryan Perrilloux (21 games) 2. 156.8 Montressa Kirby (42 games) 3. 130.4 Cedric Johnson (11 games) 4. 129.6 Reggie Stancil (40 games)

2008-09 1995-98 2007 1999-02


THE Record BOOK / PASSING 5. 107.6 6. 96.0 7. 89.3 8. 83.2 9. 73.3 10. 50.4

Marques Ivory Chuck Robinson Maurice Mullins Tim Gallahan Matt Hardin Anthony Mayo

(25 games) (21 games) (42 games) (8 games) (38 games) (31 games)

2008-A 1991-94 2002-05 1999 2003-07 2001-03

5,000-YARD CAREER PASSERS Ed Lett Montressa Kirby Reggie Stancil David Coffey

(563-1027-42) (492-966-43) (377-829-32) (367-729-32)

1979-82 1995-98 1999-2002 1983-86

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REVIEW RECORDS

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HISTORY OVC

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 74 182 418 318 312 199 227 174 173 151 202 233 210 297 236 309

OPPONENTS

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 2318 2350 2248

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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 Ryan Perrilloux Marques Ivory

COACHES

Marques Ivory at Eastern Kentucky, Nov 6, 2010 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 Murray State, Oct. 10, 2009 Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Kentucky, Oct. 11, 2008 Tim Gallahan vs Nicholls State, Sept. 25, 1999 Ryan Perrilloux at Alabama A&M, Sept. 19, 2009 Reggie Stancil vs Nicholls State, Sept. 8, 2001 Marques Ivory at Georgia State, Sept. 18, 2010 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 Ryan Perrilloux at Nicholls State, Sept. 26, 2009 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 Ryan Perrilloux vs Eastern Illinois, Oct. 24, 2009 Cedric Johnson vs Tennessee-Martin, Oct. 4, 2007 Marques Ivory vs UT Chattanooga, Sept. 11, 2010 Montressa Kirby vs Nicholls State, Oct. 25, 1997 Reggie Stancil vs Stephen F. Austin, Oct. 30, 1999 Ryan Perrilloux vs Tennessee Tech, Nov. 14, 2009 Marques Ivory vs #6 Southeast Missouri, Nov. 13, 2010 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 Ryan Perrilloux at Florida State, Sept. 12, 2009 Reggie Stancil vs at Stephen F. Austin, Oct. 13, 2001

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 2009 2010

GAMECOCKS

444 417 380 379 354 345 321 318 304 304 293 293 283 281 279 275 271 263 261 261 259 257 254 253 252 250 249 245 239 237 236 227 226 224 224 223 222 219 218 214 214 213 211

PASSING LEADERS YEAR-BY-YEAR OUTLOOK

200-YARD PASSING GAMES (DIVISION I)

Ryan Perrilloux at Austin Peay, Oct. 31, 2009 Ryan Perrilloux at Southeast Missouri State, Nov. 7, 2009 Ryan Perrilloux vs UT Martin, Oct. 3, 2009 Reggie Stancil vs at Louisiana-Lafayette, Nov. 11,2000 Reggie Stancil vs Sam Houston State, Oct. 10, 1999

INTRO

7,145 6,587 5,182 5,145

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THE Record BOOK / RECEIVING

INDIVIDUAL GAME

MOST PASSES CAUGHT 1. 33 at Eastern Kentucky 2. 31 Nicholls State 3. 24 at Memphis 4. 23 at Georgia Tech 23 Southwest Texas 23 Troy State 7. 22 at Georgia Tech 22 at Tennessee Tech 22 Georgia Southern 22 Eastern Kentucky

Nov 6, 2010 Sep 25, 1999 Sep 15, 2007 Sep 5, 2009 Nov 15, 1997 Nov 21, 1998 Aug 28, 2008 Nov 08, 2008 Nov 13, 1999 Sep 22, 2007

MOST RECEIVING YARDS 1. 465 at Eastern Kentucky 2. 456 Nicholls State 3. 417 Southwest Missouri 4. 373 Southwest Texas 5. 331 at Murray State 6. 321 Northwestern State 7. 317 Tennessee Tech 8. 307 Nicholls State 9. 304 at Eastern Kentucky 10. 290 Georgia Southern

Nov 6, 2010 Sep 25, 1999 Sep 06, 1997 Nov 15, 1997 Oct 10, 2009 Nov 07, 1998 Nov 03, 2001 Sep 08, 2001 Oct 11, 2008 Nov 13, 1999

MOST PASSES CAUGHT 1. 11 Joey Hamilton 2. 10 Jeffrey Cameron 3. 9 Ronald Bonner 9 Maurice Dupree 5. 8 Joey Hamilton 8 Patrick Plott 8 Taurean Rhetta 8 James Wilkerson 9. 7 John Houston Whiddon 7 Maurice Dupree 7 Joey Hamilton 7 Joey Hamilton 7 Joey Hamilton 7 Ralph Jenkins 7 Patrick Plott 7 Yeasive Ware

MOST RECEIVING YARDS GAINED PER ATTEMPT (10 attempts) 1. 15.9 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 2. 13.4 Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 3. 13.3 Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 4. 12.2 at Alabama A&M Sep 19, 2009 5. 11.8 Tennessee Tech Oct 27, 2005 6. 11.6 Austin Peay Oct 23, 2010 11.6 at #23 Stephen F Austin Oct 13, 2001 8. 11.5 Samford Nov 11, 2006 9. 11.4 Samford Nov 06, 2004 10. 11.3 Tennessee Tech Nov 03, 2001

17-271 17-227 23-307 26-317 17-201 20-232 22-255 19-218 17-193 28-317

MOST RECEIVING YARDS GAINED PER COMPLETION (5 attempts) 1. 34.8 Sam Houston State Oct 24, 1998 1. 34.8 Sam Houston State Oct 24, 1998 2. 26.2 Knoxville College Sep 30, 1995 3. 23.6 Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 4. 22.9 Murray State Oct 2, 2010 5. 22.6 at Tennessee-Martin Oct 09, 2004 22.6 at Chattanooga Sep 18, 2004 7. 21.1 at Alabama A&M Sep 19, 2009 8. 20.9 Southwest Missouri Sep 06, 1997 9. 20.6 Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 10. 19.8 Tennessee Tech Nov 03, 2001

5-174 5-174 5-131 13-307 10-229 10-226 12-271 15-317 20-417 11-227 16-317

MOST TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. 5 Austin Peay 5 at Nicholls State 5 Southwest Missouri 5 Nicholls State 5. 4 at Ole Miss 4 UT Martin 4 at Murray State 4 Murray State 4 Union

MOST YARDS RECEIVING 1. 210 Ronald Bonner 2. 190 Jeffrey Cameron 3. 161 Maurice Dupree 161 Joey Hamilton 5. 156 Craig Agee 6. 154 Joey Hamilton 154 Joey Hamilton 8. 140 Joey Hamilton 140 Ralph Jenkins 10. 138 Ronald Bonner

RECEIVING (SEASON)

Nicholls State at Eastern Kentucky Southwest Texas at Georgia Tech Southwest Texas Troy State at UAB Austin Peay UT Chattanooga at Eastern Kentucky Troy State Stephen F. Austin McNeese State Stephen F. Austin Middle Tennessee St. Nicholls State

Southwest Texas at Eastern Kentucky at Eastern Kentucky Nicholls State Southeast Missouri Samford Southwest Missouri Nicholls State Tennessee Tech Northwestern State

Sep 25, 1999 Nov 6, 2010 Nov 15, 1997 Aug 28, 2008 Oct 23, 1999 Nov 21, 1998 Sep 17, 2005 Nov 01, 2008 Sep 11, 2010 Oct 11, 2008 Nov 21, 1998 Oct 01, 1998 Oct 16, 1999 Oct 26, 2002 Oct 05, 1996 Sep 25, 1999 Nov 15, 1997 Nov 6, 2010 Oct 11, 2008 Sep 25, 1999 Nov 20, 2004 Oct 17, 1998 Sep 06, 1997 Oct 25, 1997 Nov 03, 2001 Nov 07, 1998

9 receptions 10 receptions 7 receptions 11 receptions 5 receptions 6 receptions 5 receptions 5 receptions 5 receptions 6 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 LONGEST PASS RECEPTION 1. 93 Joey Hamilton 2. 90 Danny Lee 3 86 Mike Munhall 4. 84 Craig Agee 84 Jason Reynolds 6. 82 Joey Hamilton 82 Darrell Sanders 82 James Moreen 9. 81 Ronald Bonner 10. 80 Lorenzo Banks 80 Derrick Thomas 80 Terry Harris

Oct 23, 2010 Sep 25, 2009 Sep 06, 1997 Sep 25, 1999 Sep 4, 2010 Oct 3, 2009 Oct 10, 2009 Oct 18, 2008 Sep 17, 1999

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

TEAM GAME

Union College

Sep 17, 1999

Southwest Missouri New Haven Samford Southeast Missouri Knoxville College Middle Tennessee St. Troy State Delaware Northwestern State Troy State UT Martin Southeast Missouri

Sep 06, 1997 Dec. 5, 1992 Sep 21, 1968 Nov 20, 2004 Oct. 1, 1994 Sep 19, 1998 Nov. 5, 1988 Nov. 25, 1978 Nov 07, 1998 Nov. 20, 1999 Nov. 2, 1985 Oct. 9, 1965

1982 1997 2009 1981 2010 1999 2008 1978 1998 1977

PASS RECEPTIONS 1. 242 (242-433-15) 2. 221 (221-429-22) 3. 217 (217-368-15) 4. 211 (211-2606) 5. 196 (196-424-18) 6. 195 (195-369-17) 195 (195-312-13) 8. 187 (187-319-15) 9. 178 (178-297-15) 10. 177 (177-299-4)

1982 1997 1981 2010 1999 1980 2008 1978 1977 2009

PASS RECEPTION TDS 1. 28 1981 2. 27 2010 27 2009 4. 25 1982 5. 22 2008 6. 21 1977 7. 20 1980 8. 18 1978 18 1973 18 1997 18 2001 18 1999 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. 17.58 (12 games) 5. 16.09 (11 games) 6. 15.36 (11 games) 7. 13.91 (11 games) 8. 11.73 (11 games) 11.73 (11 games) 10. 11.64 (11 games)

1997 1999 2008 2010 2009 1998 2007 2001 2006 2004

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MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITH A RECEPTION 1. 32 Tauren Rhetta 2. 21 Joey Hamilton

PASS RECEPTION YARDS 1. 2915 (242-433-15) 2. 2897 (221-429-22) 3. 2665 (177-299-4) 2665 (217-368-15) 5. 2606 (211-2606) 6. 2598 (196-424-18) 7. 2482 (195-312-13) 8. 2404 (187-319-15) 9. 2308 (169-320-13) 10. 2218 (178-297-15)

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RECEIVING (CAREER)

1997 1977 1999 1978 1998 2008 1978 1997 1978 1977

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

1996-99 1982-85 2006-09 2000-03 1975-78 1997-98 2004-07 1980-83 1979-82 1981-84

PASS RECEPTIONS 1. 178 Joey Hamilton 2. 125 Donald Young 3. 120 Rusty Fuller 4. 104 Butch Barker 5. 100 James Wilkerson 100 Ronald Bonner 7. 98 Ralph Jenkins 8. 92 Anthony Bush 9. 91 Derrick Thomas 91 Taurean Rhetta 91 Fran Blanchard

(178-2903) (125-1650) (120-1500) (104-1180) (100-1780) (100-1639) (98-1738) (92-1012) (91-1976) (91-1586) (91-1223)

1996-99 1975-78 1980-83 1975-78 2006-09 1997-98 2000-03 1980-82 1982-85 2004-07 1981-84

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

1997 1997 1999 1998 2008 1996 1999 1998 1998 2001

RECEPTIONS PER GAME (minimum 5 games) 1. 4.56 Joey Hamilton (39 games) 2. 4.55 Ronald Bonner (22 games) 3. 3.56 Yeasive Ware (9 games) 4. 2.97 Patrick Plott (29 games) 5. 2.73 Greg Smith (11 games) 2.73 Jarvis Houston (22 games) 7. 2.65 Ralph Jenkins (37 games) 8. 2.33 James Wilkerson (43 games) 9. 2.22 Taurean Rhetta (41 games) 10. 2.14 Cedric Allen (36 games)

2,903 1,976 1,780 1,738 1,650 1,639 1,586 1,500

Joey Hamilton Derrick Thomas James Wilkerson Ralph Jenkins Donald Young Ronald Bonner Taurean Rhetta Rusty Fuller

(178-2903) (91-1976) (100-1780) (98-1738) (125-1650) (100-1639) (91-1586) (120-1500)

1996-99 1982-85 2006-09 2000-03 1975-78 1997-98 2004-07 1980-83

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 James Wilkerson Jeffrey Cameron

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 36 39

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 943 796 338 759 537 412 518 544 568 363 799 716 728

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1,500-YARD CAREER RECEIVERS

1996-99 1997-98 1999 1995-96,98 2009 2002,04 2000-03 2006-09 2004-07 1997-00

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 2009 2010

HISTORY

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)

1966-67 1964 1969 1986-89 1991-94 2003-06 1990-91 1982-85 2009-A 2005,07

RECORDS

AVERAGE YARDS PER CATCH (minimum 5 receptions) 1. 32.17 Glenn Spann (6-193) 2. 26.55 Otis Jones (11-292) 3. 24.12 Jack Clark (8-193) 4. 23.38 Darrell Sanders (45-1052) 5. 22.20 Eric Powell (5-111) 6. 22.06 Craig Agee (31-684) 7. 21.82 Henry Ray (28-611) 8. 21.71 Derrick Thomas (91-1976) 9. 21.43 Alan Bonner (14-300) 10. 21.23 Derrick Harris (22-467)

RECEIVING LEADERS YR-BY-YR

REVIEW

1989 1966 1991 1964 2004 1988 1969 2001 1984 1985

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) Jeffrey Cameron at Eastern Kentucky, Nov. 11, 2010 (10 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) James Wilkerson vs UT Martin, Oct. 3, 2009 (6 receptions) Taurean Rhetta at UAB, Sept. 17, 2005 (8 receptions) Joey Hamilton vs Middle Tennessee State, Sept. 19, 1998 (5 receptions) Jeffrey Cameron vs Murray State, Oct. 2, 2010 (2 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)

OPPONENTS

AVERAGE YARDS PER CATCH (minimum 5 receptions) 1. 33.90 Darrell Sanders (10-339) 2. 32.17 Glenn Spann (6-193) 3. 26.73 Henry Ray (15-401) 4. 26.55 Otis Jones (11-292) 5. 24.67 Craig AGEE (21-518) 6. 24.23 Darrell Sanders (13-315) 7. 24.12 Jack Clark (8-193) 8. 23.00 Ralph Jenkins (33-759) 9. 22.96 Derrick Thomas (28-643) 10. 22.86 Derrick Thomas (36-823)

247 210 192 190 161 161 154 154 140 140 139 138 137 136 134 134 133 129 128 125 124 124 124 124 123 120 119 114 113 111 108 107 106 103 103 101 100 100 100

ABOUT JSU

(62-1010) (60-748) (58-796) (53-570) (50-943) (49-799) (49-613) (45-710) (44-825) (40-420)

(178-2903) (91-1976) (100-1780) (98-1738) (125-1650) (100-1639) (91-1586) (120-1500) (83-1452) (91-1223)

COACHES

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

PASS RECEPTION YARDS 1. 2903 Joey Hamilton 2. 1976 Derrick Thomas 3. 1780 James Wilkerson 4. 1738 Ralph Jenkins 5. 1650 Donald Young 6. 1639 Ronald Bonner 7. 1586 Taurean Rhetta 8. 1500 Rusty Fuller 9. 1452 Joe Hartsfield 10. 1223 Fran Blanchard

GAMECOCKS

1997 1998 1978 1985 2008 1999 2001 1977 2010 2009

OUTLOOK

(62-1010) (50-943) (44-825) (36-823) (49-799) (58-796) (33-759) (60-748) (39-728) (36-716)

INTRO

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. 728 Jeffrey Cameron 10. 716 James Wilkerson

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ABOUT JSU

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GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

TEAM GAME MOST TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS 1. 88 at Eastern Illinois 88 at Memphis 3. 86 at Arkansas State 86 Nicholls State 5. 84 Eastern Kentucky 84 at Eastern Kentucky 7. 83 at Eastern Kentucky 8. 82 Eastern Kentucky 9. 80 Georgia Southern 10. 79 at Murray State 79 Eastern Illinois

INDIVIDUAL GAME Nov 13, 2004 Sep 15, 2007 Sep 22, 2001 Sep 25, 1999 Sep 22, 2007 Sep 25, 2004 Nov 6, 2010 Oct 01, 2005 Nov 13, 1999 Oct 10, 2009 Nov 19, 2005

MOST TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS GAINED 1. 646 Samford Nov 06, 2004 2. 606 Nicholls State Sep 25, 1999 3. 590 Nicholls State Sep 08, 2001 4. 585 at Murray State Oct 10, 2009 585 Tennessee State Oct 16, 2004 6. 584 Tennessee Tech Nov 14, 2009 7. 582 Knoxville College Sep 30, 1995 8. 565 Tennessee Tech Nov 03, 2001 9. 548 Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 10. 545 at Samford Oct 06, 2001 HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER PLAY 1. 10.9 Cumberland Univ. 2. 9.2 Nicholls State 3. 9.1 Tennessee Tech 4. 9.0 Samford 5. 8.9 Tennessee Tech 6. 8.7 Austin Peay 8.7 Tennessee State 8. 8.3 Tennessee Tech 8.3 at Chattanooga 10. 8.2 Union College

Aug 30, 2001 Sep 08, 2001 Nov 03, 2001 Nov 06, 2004 Oct 27, 2005 Oct 23, 2010 Oct 16, 2004 Nov 14, 2009 Sep 18, 2004 Sep 17, 1999

Most all-purpose yards gained 1. 872 Samford 2. 824 Samford 3. 727 Tennessee Tech 4. 718 Southeast Missouri 5. 709 Nicholls State 6. 702 at Alabama A&M 7. 698 Southeast Missouri 8. 697 Nicholls State 9. 674 at Murray State 10. 673 at Chattanooga

Nov 06, 2004 Nov 06, 2004 Nov 14, 2009 Nov 20, 2004 Sep 08, 2001 Sep 19, 2009 Nov 20, 2004 Sep 25, 1999 Sep 28, 2007 Sep 18, 2004

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 #7 Southeast Missouri 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 13, 2010 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 Nicholls State 9 at Chattanooga 5. 8 Austin Peay 8 Tennessee Tech 8 at UT Martin 8 Knoxville College 9. 7 UT Martin 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 26, 2009 Sep 18, 2004 Oct 23, 2010 Nov 14, 2009 Oct 09, 2004 Sep 30, 1995 Oct 03, 2009 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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65 rush, 23 pass 45 rush, 43 pass 66 rush, 20 pass 20 rush, 66 pass 45 rush, 39 pass 60 rush, 24 pass 31 rush, 52 pass 50 rush, 32 pass 34 rush, 46 pass 48 rush, 31 pass 54 rush, 25 pass

Most total offense plays 1. 63 Marques Ivory at Eastern Kentucky 2. 56 Montressa Kirby Southwest Missouri 56 Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Kentucky 56 Reggie Stancil Georgia Southern 5. 55 Ryan Perrilloux at Georgia Tech 6. 52 Cedric Johnson at Memphis 7. 48 Reggie Stancil Southwest Texas 8. 47 Cedric Johnson Eastern Kentucky 9. 46 Tim Gallahan Nicholls State 46 Montressa Kirby Stephen F. Austin 46 Montressa Kirby Nicholls State

453 rush, 193 pass 150 rush, 456 pass 283 rush, 307 pass 254 rush, 331 pass 358 rush, 227 pass 351 rush, 233 pass 451 rush, 131 pass 248 rush, 317 pass 273 rush, 275 pass 316 rush, 229 pass

Most total offense yards gained 1. 451 Marques Ivory at Eastern Kentucky 2. 433 Montressa Kirby Southwest Missouri 3. 391 Reggie Stancil Nicholls State 4. 373 Ryan Perrilloux at Murray State 5. 343 Ryan Perrilloux at Eastern Kentucky 6. 340 Montressa Kirby Northwestern State 7. 336 Montressa Kirby Southwest Texas 8. 326 Ryan Perrilloux Tennessee Tech 9. 323 Cedric Johnson Eastern Kentucky 10. 321 Ryan Perrilloux Austin Peay

42-456 64-590 62-565 72-646 49-438 62-539 67-585 70-584 64-532 63-518

Nov 6, 2010 Sep 06, 1997 Oct 11, 2008 Nov 13, 1999 Aug 28, 2008 Sep 15, 2007 Oct 23, 1999 Sep 22, 2007 Sep 25, 1999 Oct 01, 1998 Oct 25, 1997

14 rush, 49 pass 8 rush, 48 pass 15 rush,41 pass 14 rush,42 pass 18 rush,37 pass 13 rush,39 pass 17 rush,31 pass 10 rush,37 pass 0 rush,46 pass 17 rush,29 pass 14 rush,32 pass

Nov 6, 2010 Sep 06, 1997 Sep 08, 2001 Oct 10, 2009 Oct 11, 2008 Nov 07, 1998 Nov 15, 1997 Nov 14, 2009 Sep 22, 2007 Nov 01, 2008

7 rush, 444 pass 16 rush,417 pass 98 rush,293 pass 50 rush, 323 pass 39 rush,304 pass 19 rush,321 pass -9 rush,345 pass 103 rush, 223 pass 78 rush,245 pass 50 rush,271 pass

Highest average gain per play (20 plays) 1. 11.1 Cedric Johnson at Austin Peay 2. 10.9 Ryan Perrilloux Tennessee Tech 3. 10.8 Matt Hardin Samford 4. 10.6 Ryan Perrilloux at Nicholls State 10.6 Stancil, Reggie Nicholls State 6. 10.3 Kory Chapman UT-Martin 7. 10.1 Ryan Perrilloux UT Martin 8. 9.8 Ryan Perrilloux at Alabama A&M 9. 9.6 Maurice Mullins Samford 10. 9.4 Maurice Mullins at Tennessee State

Oct 11, 2007 Nov 14, 2009 Nov 11, 2006 Sep 26, 2009 Sep 08, 2001 Oct 11, 2003 Oct 03, 2009 Sep 19, 2009 Nov 06, 2004 Oct 18, 2003

21-233 21-225 20-216 27-307 37-391 29-298 20-222 22-305 20-193 20-187

Most all-purpose yards gained 1. 339 Kory Chapman UT-Martin 2. 322 Maurice Dupree at Murray State 3. 274 Maurice Dupree SE Missouri State 4. 268 Clay Green Furman 268 Clay Green Furman 6. 251 Rondy Rogers at #23 Stephen F Austin 7. 248 Maurice Daugherty Stephen F. Austin 8. 235 Clay Green at Eastern Illinois 9. 234 Clay Green Eastern Kentucky 10. 233 Rondy Rogers Northwestern State

Oct 11, 2003 Sep 28, 2007 Oct 04, 2008 Sep 01, 2005 Sep 01, 2005 Oct 13, 2001 Oct 26, 2002 Nov 18, 2006 Oct 01, 2005 Nov 04, 2000

Most all-purpose attempts 1. 41 Clay Green 2. 36 Rondy Rogers 3. 33 Oscar Bonds 33 Rondy Rogers 5. 32 Clay Green 6. 31 Kory Chapman 31 Clay Green 8. 30 Clay Green 30 Rondy Rogers 10. 29 Kory Chapman 29 Clay Green

at Eastern Illinois at #23 Stephen F Austin at Eastern Kentucky at Arkansas State Eastern Illinois UT-Martin Tennessee State at Tennessee Tech Northwestern State at Murray State at Murray State

Nov 18, 2006 Oct 13, 2001 Sep 25, 2004 Sep 22, 2001 Nov 19, 2005 Oct 11, 2003 Oct 21, 2006 Oct 28, 2006 Nov 04, 2000 Oct 04, 2003 Oct 08, 2005

Most points scored 1. 30 Rondy Rogers 2. 24 Cedric Johnson 3. 18 Alphonso Freeney 18 Jamal Young 18 Jamal Young 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 at Austin Peay Austin Peay at Eastern Illinois at Murray State at Chattanooga at Eastern Kentucky Murray State Southeast Missouri Union College at Samford at Tennessee Tech Cumberland Univ.

Oct 13, 2001 Oct 11, 2007 Oct 23, 2010 Sep 25, 2010 Oct 10, 2009 Sep 18, 2004 Sep 25, 2004 Oct 05, 2006 Sep 16, 2006 Sep 17, 1999 Nov 08, 2003 Nov 08, 2008 Aug 30, 2001

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 1. 5 Rondy Rogers at #23 Stephen F Austin 2. 4 Cedric Johnson at Austin Peay 3. 3 Alphonso Freeney Austin Peay 3 Jamal Young at Eastern Illinois 3 Oscar Bonds at Chattanooga 3 Oscar Bonds at Eastern Kentucky 3 Clay Green Murray State 3 Clay Green Southeast Missouri 3 Joey Hamilton Union College

Oct 13, 2001 Oct 11, 2007 Oct 23, 2010 Sep 25, 2010 Sep 18, 2004 Sep 25, 2004 Oct 05, 2006 Sep 16, 2006 Sep 17, 1999

3 Maurice Mullins 3 Ronald Murray 3 Marcus Mitchell

at Samford at Tennessee Tech Cumberland Univ.

TEAM (SEASON) TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 1. 4882 (786-4882) 2. 4869 (780-4869) 3. 4778 (1055-4778) 4. 4765 (880-4765) 5. 4742 (734-4742) 6. 4705 (729-4705) 7. 4610 (836-4610) 8. 4489 (727-4489) 9. 4413 (926-4413) 10. 4403 (895-4403)

1991 2004 1977 1982 2009 2001 2010 2008 1989 1992

TDS RESPONSIBLE FOR 1. 80 80 3. 76 4. 72 5. 69 6. 68 68 8. 64 9. 63 10. 59 59

2009 1982 2010 1981 2008 1991 2004 2001 1977 1973 1992

TOTAL OFFENSE PER GAME 1. 442.6 (11 games) 2. 431.1 (11 games) 3. 427.7 (11 games) 4. 408.1 (11 games) 5. 384.2 (12 games) 6. 360.4 (11 games) 7. 353.1 (11 games) 8. 349.6 (11 games) 9. 348.5 (12 games) 10. 338.5 (11 games)

2004 2009 2001 2008 2010 2005 1994 1999 2003 2007

TOTAL OFFENSE PER PLAY 1. 14.37 (149-2141) 2. 11.85 (196-2323) 3. 6.46 (734-4742) 4. 6.45 (729-4705) 5. 6.24 (780-4869) 6. 6.21 (786-4882) 7. 6.17 (727-4489) 8. 5.66 (634-3588) 9. 5.51 (836-4610) 10. 5.48 (673-3689)

1964 1965 2009 2001 2004 1991 2008 1973 2010 1997

ALL PURPOSE YARDS 1. 6340 2. 6330 3. 6317 4. 6156 5. 6060 6. 6022 7. 5965 8. 5859 9. 5679 10. 5483

1991 1992 2010 2004 2001 2009 1977 1982 2008 2007

ALL PURPOSE YARDS PER GAME 1. 559.6 (11 games) 2004 2. 550.9 (11 games) 2001 3. 547.5 (11 games) 2009 4. 526.4 (12 games) 2010 5. 516.3 (11 games) 2008 6. 498.5 (11 games) 2007 7. 478.3 (11 games) 2005 8. 469.6 (11 games) 1999 9. 449.6 (12 games) 2003 10. 441.5 (11 games) 1998

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TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 1. 7688 Montressa Kirby (1392-7688) 2. 6774 Ed Lett (1261-6774) 3. 6276 Reggie Stancil (1201-6276) 4. 5479 Ryan Perrilloux (748-5479) 5. 5339 David Gulledge (959-5339) 6. 5138 Maurice Mullins (813-5138) 7. 4920 David Coffey (903-4920) 8. 4880 Doc Lett (1261-4880) 9. 4237 Boyce Callahan (900-4237) 10. 3606 Chuck Robinson (749-3606)

TDS RESPONSIBLE FOR 1. 29 Ryan Perrilloux 2. 26 Ryan Perrilloux 3. 23 Bobby Ray Green 4. 22 Ralph Brock 22 Ed Lett 22 Montressa Kirby 22 Nicki Edmondson 8. 21 Ed Lett 21 David Gulledge 10. 20 Marques Ivory 20 David Gulledge 20 Ed Lett

2009 2008 1977 1973 1982 1998 1991 1981 1988 2010 1989 1980

TDS RESPONSIBLE FOR 1. 65 Ed Lett 2. 61 David Gulledge 3. 57 Ryan Perrilloux 57 Montressa Kirby 5. 44 Reggie Stancil 6. 40 Boyce Callahan 7. 38 Doc Lett 38 Maurice Mullins 9. 37 Bobby Ray Green 37 Ralph Brock

2009 1990 2004 1991 1991 1966 1992 1995 1979 2001

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1990-93 2002-03 2002 2003-06 1990-93 2003-04 1999-02 2006-08 1996-99 2009-10

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 at Eastern Kentucky (31 rush, 52 pass), Nov 6, 2010 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

REVIEW

2005 2003 1992 2006 1991 2001 2008 1982 2004 1970

HISTORY

2005 2006 2003 2001 2008 2004 2002 1998 1999 2010

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ALL PURPOSE YARDS PER GAME (minimum 5 games) 1. 186.2 Clay Green (11 games) 2. 155.6 Clay Green (11 games) 3. 155.2 Kory Chapman (12 games) 4. 145.7 Rondy Rogers (11 games) 5. 141.4 Maurice Dupree (11 games) 6. 128.5 Oscar Bonds (11 games) 7. 116.6 Maurice Daugherty (5 games) 8. 103.5 Eurosius Parker (11 games) 9. 102.6 Joey Hamilton (11 games) 10. 99.6 Alan Bonner (12 games)

RECORDS

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

(334-2793) (71-588) (219-1764) (73-587) (253-1825) (92-633) (92-631) (50-342) (87-582) (213-1417)

2008-09 1990-93 1995-98 1991-94 2007 1999-02 2002-05 2008-A 1990-93 2003-04

ALL PURPOSE YARDS PER GAME (minimum 5 games) 1. 212.5 Sean Richardson (10 games) 2. 117.6 Kory Chapman (22 games) 3. 116.6 Maurice Daugherty (5 games) 4. 111.9 Clay Green (43 games) 5. 100.8 Derrick Griffie (9 games) 6. 93.2 Oscar Bonds (19 games) 7. 91.6 Rondy Rogers (42 games) 8. 87.4 Maurice Dupree (31 games) 9. 83.0 Joey Hamilton (39 games) 10. 82.8 Alan Bonner (23 games)

OPPONENTS

TOTAL OFFENSE PER PLAY (minimum 50 plays) 1. 8.36 Ryan Perrilloux 2. 8.28 Shawn Johnson 3. 8.05 Maurice Mullins 4. 8.04 Danny Lee 5. 7.21 Nicki Edmondson 6. 6.88 Bruce Peck 7. 6.86 Danny Lee 8. 6.84 Anton Whitt 9. 6.69 Ed Lett 10. 6.65 Rondy Rogers

TOTAL OFFENSE PER GAME (minimum 5 games) 1. 260.9 Ryan Perrilloux (21 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. 114.7 Marques Ivory (25 games) 9. 90.0 Derrick Griffie (9 games) 10. 85.3 Oscar Bonds (19 games)

2003-06 1970-73 1999-02 1990-92 1980-83 1966-69 1996-99 1980-83 2006-08 1994-97

ABOUT JSU

2009 1997 2008 1998 1999 2010 2001 2007 2004 2006

1979-82 1987-90 2008-09 1995-98 1999-02 1970-73 1968-71 2002-05 1977-78 1972-73

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

1988-90 2008-09 1990-92 1999-01 1990-93 1993,95 1988-91 2000-01 2002-05 2007

COACHES

TOTAL OFFENSE PER GAME (minimum 5 games) 1. 279.3 Ryan Perrilloux (10 games) 2. 268.5 Montressa Kirby (11 games) 3. 244.2 Ryan Perrilloux (11 games) 4. 234.6 Montressa Kirby (11 games) 5. 209.3 Reggie Stancil (11 games) 6. 197.2 Marques Ivory (12 games) 7. 191.9 Reggie Stancil (11 games) 8. 170.1 Cedric Johnson (11 games) 9. 160.4 Maurice Mullins (11 games) 10. 156.9 Matt Hardin (11 games)

1995-98 1979-82 1999-02 2008-09 1987-90 2002-05 1983-86 1968-71 1970-73 1991-94

(149-1122) (748-5479) (169-1210) (93-651) (118-810) (69-467) (350-2346) (79-523) (813-5138) (297-1871)

GAMECOCKS

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 1. 2954 Montressa Kirby (493-2954) 2. 2793 Ryan Perrilloux (443-2350) 3. 2686 Ryan Perrilloux (414-2686) 4. 2581 Montressa Kirby (432-2581) 5. 2367 Ed Lett (430-2367) 6. 2366 Marques Ivory (430-2366) 7. 2302 Reggie Stancil (441-2302) 8. 2111 Reggie Stancil (336-2111) 9. 1934 Ed Lett (449-1934) 10. 1905 David Coffey (307-1905)

TOTAL OFFENSE PER PLAY (minimum 50 plays) 1. 7.53 Shawn Johnson 2. 7.32 Ryan Perrilloux 3. 7.16 Danny Lee 4. 7.00 Roger Bell 5. 6.86 Derrick Griffie 6. 6.77 Anton Whitt 7. 6.70 Nicki Edmondson 8. 6.62 Carlow James 9. 6.32 Maurice Mullins 10. 6.30 Cedric Johnson

OUTLOOK

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451 433 428 400 391 368 362 343 340 336 336 323 321 314 307 307 306 305 304 304 304 300

Marques Ivory at Eastern Kentucky, Nov 6, 2010 (7 rush, 444 pass) 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) Ryan Perrilloux at Murray State on Oct. 10, 2009 (50 rush, 318 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) Ryan Perrilloux vs Tennessee Tech, Nov. 14, 2009 (103 rush, 223 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) Ryan Perrilloux at Nicholls State, Sept. 26, 2009 (57 rush, 250 pass) Montressa Kirby vs Samford, Oct. 17, 1998 (44 rush, 263 pass) Ryan Perrilloux vs Eastern Kentucky, Nov. 21, 2009 (115 rush, 191 pass) Montressa Kirby vs Stephen F. Austin, Oct. 1, 1998 (51 rush, 254 pass) Marques Ivory at Georgia State, Sept. 18, 2010 (21 rush, 283 pass) Ryan Perrilloux at Florida State, Sept. 12, 2009 (11 rush, 293 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 5,479 5,339 5,138 4,920 4,880 4,237

Montressa Kirby, 1995-98 Ed Lett, 1979-82 Reggie Stancil, 1999-2002 Ryan Perrilloux, 2008-09 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 2009 2010

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 Ryan Perrilloux Marques Ivory

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

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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 2793 2366

Rush

Pass

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 -2 437 368 443 118

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 2350 2248


LONG SCORING PLAYS KICKOFF RETURNS

Opponent

Year

103 100 100 99 96 92 90 90 89 88 87 86 85

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

Troy State Samford Delta State Southeast Missouri Furman Kentucky St. So. Georgia Troy State Murray State Livingston Southwest Texas Livingston Florence

1966 1999 1992 2008 2005 1992 1954 1956 2007 1992 2002 1992 1970

PUNT RETURNS

Year

93 90 82 79 79 75 74 73 68 65 64 63 59 55 53

Patrick Plott Nickey Edmondson Danny Lee Criag Agee Eurosius Parker Craig Agee Danny Lee Ray Gentles Wayne Keahey Bill Kinzy Lewis Battle Neika Willis Neika Willis Wayne Boyd John Krochina

SW Missouri Samford New Haven Murray State Georgia Southern Samford North Alabama La. College So. Georgia Livingston North Carolina A&T Cumberland Sam Houston State Bluefield Howard

1995 1989 1992 2004 1998 2004 1991 1961 1956 1959 1995 2001 2001 1972 1952 Year

Livingston Florence UT-Martin Tennessee Tech Valdosta Alabama A&M Samford Howard Austin Peay St. Bernard Maryville Maryville Livingston

1977 1970 1987 2005 1984 1999 1988 1948 1948 1949 1950 1958 1991

PASSES

Player

Opponent

Year

93 90 86 84 84 82 82 82 81 80 80 80 78 76

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 Ed Lett

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 S.W. Texas

1997 1992 1968 2004 1994 1988 1978 1998 1998 1965 1985 1999 1989 1981

1962 1954 1997 2002 1947 2003

PASS INTERCEPTIONS Yds.

Player

Opponent

Year

100 99 98 97

Charley Harris Quintin Stevenson Eugene Griep Reggie Spenser

N.E. Missouri UT-Martin Troy State McNeese State

1982 1981 1960 2001

PASS RECEIVING Yds.

Player

Opponent

Year

93 90 86 84 84 82 82 82 81 80 80 80

Joey Hamilton Danny Lee Mike Munhall Craig Agee Jason Reynolds Joey Hamilton Darrell Sanders James Moreen Ronald Bonner Lorenzo Banks Derrick Thomas Terry Harris

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

1997 1992 1968 2004 1994 1998 1988 1978 1998 1999 1985 1965

FIELD GOALS Yds.

Player

Opponent

Year

52 51 51 50 49 99 48 47 47 47 47 47 47 47 47

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

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

2003 2003 2003 1981 1994 2008 1992 1998 1981 1981 1976 1970 1984 1988 1988

PUNTS (Division I) Yds.

Player

Opponent

Year

81 75 74 71 70 68 68 68

Zach Walden Zach Walden Richie Rhodes Zach Walden Richie Rhodes Richie Rhodes Richie Rhodes Richie Rhodes

at Tennessee Tech at Eastern Kentucky at Troy State Furman Southwest Texas St. Eastern Kentucky at Sam Houston State at Georgia Southern

2006 2006 2001 2005 2001 2003 2001 2002

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Yds.

Year

Delta State Livingston Stephen F. Austin McNeese State North Park Southeast Missouri

HISTORY

Opponent

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

Opponent

Eugene Griep Lyle Darnell Marvelle Granville DeWayne Cuffie James Hicks Dexter Sistrunk

RECORDS

Player

87 86 84 81 81 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80

Player

98 87 66 56 43 42

REVIEW

Yds.

Yds.

OPPONENTS

RUSHING

1964 1978 1966 1985 2006

ABOUT JSU

Opponent

FUMBLES

Troy State Troy State Chattanooga Delta State Tennessee State

COACHES

Player

Joe Haynie Mike Watts Bobby Ray Green David Coffey Matt Hardin

GAMECOCKS

Yds.

75 75 73 72 70

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Player

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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 Nicholls State 9 at Chattanooga 5. 8 Austin Peay 8 Tennessee Tech 8 at UT Martin 8 Knoxville College 9. 7 UT Martin 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 26, 2009 Sep 18, 2004 Oct 23, 2010 Nov 14, 2009 Oct 09, 2004 Sep 30, 1995 Oct 03, 2009 Nov 06, 2004 Nov 08, 2003 Nov 11, 2006 Nov 20, 2004 Oct 05, 2006 Oct 16, 2004 Sep 27, 2003

Most points scored 1. 30 Rondy Rogers 2. 24 Cedric Johnson 3. 18 Alphonso Freeney 18 Jamal Young 18 Jamal Young 18 Oscar Bonds 18 Oscar Bonds 18 Clay Green 18 Clay Green 18 Joey Hamilton 18 Maurice Mullins 18 Ronald Murray 18 Marcus Mitchell

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

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at #23 Stephen F Austin at Austin Peay Austin Peay at Eastern Illinois at Murray State at Chattanooga at Eastern Kentucky Murray State Southeast Missouri Union College at Samford at Tennessee Tech Cumberland Univ.

Most touchdowns scored 1. 5 Rondy Rogers at #23 Stephen F Austin 2. 4 Cedric Johnson at Austin Peay 3. 3 Alphonso Freeney Austin Peay 3 Jamal Young at Eastern Illinois 3 Jamal Young at Murray State 3 Oscar Bonds at Chattanooga 3 Oscar Bonds at Eastern Kentucky 3 Clay Green Murray State 3 Clay Green Southeast Missouri 3 Joey Hamilton Union College 3 Maurice Mullins at Samford 3 Ronald Murray at Tennessee Tech 3 Marcus Mitchell Cumberland Univ. Most extra points made by kicking 1. 8 James Esco Austin Peay 8 Gavin Hallford at UT Martin 8 Gavin Hallford at Chattanooga 4. 7 Patrick Tatum Tennessee Tech 7 Patrick Tatum UT Martin 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 Patrick Tatum at Alabama A&M 6 Patrick Tatum at Nicholls State 6 Gavin Hallford Samford 6 Gavin Hallford at Austin Peay 6 Gavin Hallford Alabama A&M 6 Steven Lee Cumberland Univ.

Oct 13, 2001 Oct 11, 2007 Oct 23, 2010 Sep 25, 2010 Oct 10, 2009 Sep 18, 2004 Sep 25, 2004 Oct 05, 2006 Sep 16, 2006 Sep 17, 1999 Nov 08, 2003 Nov 08, 2008 Aug 30, 2001 Oct 23, 2010 Oct 09, 2004 Sep 18, 2004 Nov 14, 2009 Oct 03, 2009 Oct 16, 2004 Nov 11, 2006 Oct 05, 2006 Nov 08, 2003 Sep 30, 1995 Sep 19, 2009 Sep 26, 2009 Nov 06, 2004 Oct 11, 2007 Sep 06, 2008 Aug 30, 2001 Sep 18, 2004 Oct 23, 2010 Nov 14, 2009 Sep 26, 2009 Oct 09, 2004 Oct 03, 2009 Nov 06, 2004 Nov 20, 2004 Oct 16, 2004 Nov 11, 2006

7 7 7 7 7

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Oct 05, 2006 Nov 08, 2003 Aug 30, 2001 Sep 27, 2003 Sep 30, 1995 Sep 28, 2007 Sep 08, 2007 Nov 11, 2006 Sep 01, 2007 Oct 16, 1999 Nov 13, 2010 Oct 09, 2004 Sep 18, 2004 Nov 17, 2007 Oct 2, 2010 Sep 18, 2010 Nov 21, 2009 Oct 03, 2009 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 4 Gavin Hallford 4 Gavin Hallford 4. 3 James Esco 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 13, 2010 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 #7 Southeast Missouri 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 2. 51 Steven Lee 51 Steven Lee 4. 50 Ray Vollenweider 5. 49 Lee Sutherland 6. 48 Gavin Hallford 48 Slade Stinnett 8. 47 Brad Hopkins

OVC

Gavin Hallford

Murray State at Samford Cumberland Univ. Eastern Kentucky Knoxville College

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 Brad Hopkins McNeese State 6. 11 James Esco #7 Southeast Missouri 11 Gavin Hallford at UT Martin 11 Gavin Hallford at Chattanooga 11 Gavin Hallford at Southeast Missouri 10. 10 James Esco Murray State 10 James Esco at Georgia State 10 Patrick Tatum Eastern Kentucky 10 Patrick Tatum UT Martin 10 Brad Hopkins Stephen F. Austin 10 Steven Lee at Tennessee State 10 Lee Sutherland Sam Houston State 10 Lee Sutherland at Sam Houston State

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

Most extra points attempted by kicking 1. 9 Gavin Hallford at Chattanooga 2. 8 James Esco Austin Peay 8 Patrick Tatum Tennessee Tech 8 Patrick Tatum at Nicholls State 8 Gavin Hallford at UT Martin 3. 7 Patrick Tatum UT Martin 7 Gavin Hallford Samford 7 Gavin Hallford Southeast Missouri 7 Gavin Hallford Tennessee State 7 Gavin Hallford Samford

Oct 13, 2001 Oct 11, 2007 Oct 23, 2010 Sep 25, 2010 Oct 10, 2009 Sep 18, 2004 Sep 25, 2004 Oct 05, 2006 Sep 16, 2006 Sep 17, 1999 Nov 08, 2003 Nov 08, 2008 Aug 30, 2001

Oscar Bonds

at Murray State at Southeast Missouri at Tennessee State at Troy State at Middle Tennessee Tennessee State Kentucky State Sam Houston State

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47 47 47 47 47 47 47 47 47

Steven Lee Steven Lee Ray Vollenweider Chris Hobbs Ronnie Lawson Danny Kemp Chris Hobbs Ashley Kay Ashley Kay

at Southwest Texas at Arkansas State at Mississippi College Livingston at Alabama A&M at Chattanooga West Georgia Mississippi College Troy State

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

TEAM (SEASON)

1964 1988 1982 1989 1990 2006 2007 1979 1975 2008

1981 1966 1971 1967 1965 1964 1988 1964 1982 1989

FIELD GOALS (SEASON)

SCORING (SEASON) 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)

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 James Esco (13-20) 13 Joe Hix (13-21) 13 Gavin Hallford (13-22) 5. 12 Slade Stinnett (12-19) 6. 11 Ashley Kay (11-16) 11 Ashley Kay (11-18) 11 Steven Lee (11-19) 11 Steven Lee (11-19) 10. 10 Chris Hobbs (10-14)

2007 2010 1974 2006 1989 1988 1987 2003 2001 1984

Field goals attempted 1. 29 Gavin Hallford (22-29) 2. 22 Gavin Hallford (13-22) 3. 21 Joe Hix (13-21) 4. 20 James Esco (13-20) 20 Rocky Riddle (8-20) 6. 19 Steven Lee (11-19) 19 Slade Stinnett (12-19) 19 Steven Lee (11-19) 9. 18 Ashley Kay (11-18) 18 Brad Hopkins (9-18)

2007 2006 1974 2010 1977 2003 1989 2001 1987 1998

Field goal pct (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 100.0 Bruce Peck 2. 80.0 Rocky Riddle 80.0 Lee Sutherland 4. 77.8 Gavin Hallford 77.8 Brad Hopkins 77.8 Joe Hix 7. 75.9 Gavin Hallford 8. 71.4 Chris Hobbs 71.4 Chris Hobbs 10. 70.0 Shane Seamons

(5-5) (8-10) (8-10) (7-9) (7-9) (7-9) (22-29) (5-7) (10-14) (7-10)

1965 1976 1995 2008 1999 1973 2007 1981 1984 1996

OVC

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 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)

HISTORY

1991 2004 1982 1989 2009 2008 1988 2010 1992 2001

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

RECORDS

PAT kicks attempted 1. 57 (53-57) 2. 56 (50-56) 3. 55 (55-55) 4. 52 (51-52) 5. 51 (46-51) 6. 46 (44-46) 46 (46-46) 8. 44 (41-44) 44 (41-44) 44 (38-44)

2007 1974 2010 2006 1977 2003 2001 1989 1987 1998

1991 2004 1982 2009 1989 2008 1988 1992 2010 1977

REVIEW

1982 1991 1989 2004 2009 1988 2008 2010 1992 1981

Field goals attempted 1. 29 (22-29) 2. 25 (13-25) 3. 22 (15-22) 22 (13-22) 5. 20 (8-20) 6. 19 (11-19) 19 (11-19) 19 (12-19) 9. 18 (11-18) 18 (9-18)

PAT kicks attempted 1. 57 Slade Stinnett (53-57) 2. 56 Gavin Hallford (50-56) 3. 55 Chris Hobbs (55-55) 4. 51 Patrick Tatum (46-51) 51 Slade Stinnett (50-51) 6. 46 Gavin Hallford (44-46) 46 Ashley Kay (46-46) 8. 44 Slade Stinnett (41-44) 9. 43 James Esco (41-43) 10. 41 Rocky Riddle (38-41)

OPPONENTS

PAT kicks made 1. 55 (55-55) 2. 53 (53-57) 3. 51 (51-52) 4. 50 (50-56) 5. 46 (46-51) 46 (46-46) 7. 44 (44-46) 8. 41 (41-44) 41 (41-44) 10. 40 (40-42)

1982 1991 2004 1989 2009 1988 2008 2010 1992 1977

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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 Patrick Tatum (46-51) 46 Ashley Kay (46-46) 7. 44 Gavin Hallford (44-46) 8. 41 James Esco (41-43) 41 Slade Stinnett (41-44) 10. 38 Rocky Riddle (38-41)

COACHES

1991 2004 1982 2009 1992 2010 1989 2008 2001 1988

2007 2010 2006 1974 1989 1988 1987 2003 2001 1984 1976 1981

GAMECOCKS

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. 53 (20 rush, 27 rcv, 6 ret) 5. 52 (38 rush, 7 rcv, 7 ret) 6. 49 (20 rush, 27 rcv, 2 ret) 49 (37 rush, 4 rcv, 8 ret) 8. 47 (23 rush, 22 rcv, 2 ret) 9. 46 (26 rush, 18 rcv, 2 ret) 10. 45 (40 rush, 5 rcv)

Field goals made 1. 22 (22-29) 2. 15 (15-22) 3. 13 (13-22) 13 (13-25) 5. 12 (12-19) 6. 11 (11-16) 11 (11-18) 11 (11-19) 11 (11-19) 10. 10 (10-14) 10 (10-16) 10 (10-16)

OUTLOOK

1991 2004 1982 1992 1989 2010 2009 1989 1988 2001 2008

EXTRA POINTS (SEASON)

INTRO

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. 386 (49 TD, 43 PAT, 15 FG) 7. 385 (53 TD, 46 PAT, 11 FG) 8. 383 (49 TD, 47 PAT, 12 FG) 9. 355 (45 TD, 49 PAT, 11 FG) 10. 349 (46 TD, 38 PAT, 11 FG) 349 (47 TD, 44 PAT, 7 FG)

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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 2009 2010

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)

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. 20 James Esco (13-20)

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. 51 Patrick Tatum (45-51)

1989-92 2004-08 1981-84 1976-79 1972-75 2001-03 1998-00 1993-95 1987-88 2009

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

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HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

SCORING (CAREER)

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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. 63.6 Patrick Tatum (7-11) 8. 60.6 Lee Sutherland (20-33) 9. 60.0 Steven Lee (30-50) 10. 58.8 Brad Hopkins (20-34)

200-point Career Scorers 311 290 287 240 226 216 216 200

Gavin Hallford David Gulledge Slade Stinnett Boyce Callahan Chris Hobbs Clay Green Walter Broughton Rocky Riddle

2004-08 1989-92 1981-84 2001-03 1972-75 1976-79 1987-88 1993-95 1998-00 1970-71

2004-08 1987-90 1989-92 1970-73 1981-84 2003-06 1980-83 1976-79

1964-67 1970-71 1995-96 1981-84 2004-08 1987-88 2009 1993-95 2001-03 1998-00

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 Patrick Tatum James Esco

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 67 80

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

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 46 41

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 7 13


MISCELLANOUS RECORDS

Most Points by the Gamecocks

Biggest Wins Margin 75 64 63 62 59 57 53

Worst Losses Margin 69 65 60 55 51

71,420 55,768 47,456 46,131 45,706 38,635 34,712 30,043 28,298 23,775

Sept. 12, 2009 Sept. 4, 2010 Sept. 14, 2002 Sept. 5, 2009 Aug. 28, 2008 Oct. 14, 2006 Sept. 20, 2003 Sept. 2, 2000 Sept. 15, 2007 Sept. 20, 1997

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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, 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 29-27 Southeast Missouri State, 2010

HISTORY

1 25 50 75 100 125 150 175 200 225 250 275 300 325 350 375 400 425 450 475 497

RECORDS

Score 28-31 36-39 37-44 17-23 17-10 49-48 34-27

REVIEW

Game Winning Play 29-yd FG 12-yd Pass 8-yd Pass 20-yd Pass 17-yd Pass 30-yd Pass (2-pt Con) 2-yd Rush

at Florida State at Ole Miss at Mississippi State at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Mississippi State at Kansas at South Florida at Memphis at UAB

OPPONENTS

OTs 2 2 2 1 1 2 1

Year 1926 1946 1938 1958 1967

Milestone Victories

Score 3-72 0-65 0-60 30-55 0-55 36-53 32-51 0-51 17-51 14-51 3-50

Since the NCAA established a tiebreaker system in 1995, Jax State is 3-4 in overtime contests and has won three straight. The Gamecocks have won the coin toss three times and chosen to play defense all three times. Opponent NE Louisiana McNeese St. SF Austin Murray St. at Tenn. Tech at Ole Miss at Georgia St.

Score 3-72 0-65 0-60 0-55 0-51

ABOUT JSU

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

JSU in Overtime Date 11/16/96 10/16/99 10/13/01 10/4/03 10/28/06 9/4/10 9/23/10

Year 1928 1981 1989 2001 1979 1971 2010

COACHES

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 Chattanooga Mississippi Southern Spring Hill UT-Chattanooga UT-Chattanooga

Score 75-0 64-0 63-0 72-10 59-0 57-0 56-3

Top 10 Crowds to Watch Jax State

Most Points Against the Gamecocks Season 1926 1946 1938 2001 1958 1998 1998 1967 1999 1999 1985

Opponent Bowen Liberty Baptist UT-Martin Cumberland University Livingston Southeast Missouri State Austin Peay

GAMECOCKS

Score 72-10 68-13 67-24 66-24 65-20 64-0 63-21 63-0 63-24 63-12 60-10 60-7 59-12 59-45 59-0 57-0 56-3 56-36 55-7 55-6 55-10 55-28 54-27 52-34 52-36 51-18 51-7 51-14 50-24 50-7

OUTLOOK

Opponent Cumberland University Union College Samford (Howard) Northeast Louisiana at Chattanooga Liberty Baptist Kentucky State UT-Martin West Chester South Georgia at Nicholls State North Alabama at Tennessee-Martin Alcorn State Livingston Southeast Missouri State Austin Peay Delta State Samford Knoxville College Troy State at Tennessee Tech Livingston West Georgia Mississippi College Samford Wofford Mississippi College West Georgia UT-Martin

INTRO

Season 2001 1999 1955 1973 2004 1981 1992 1989 1988 1954 2009 1971 2004 1992 1979 1971 2010 1982 2006 1995 1970 2009 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 Brad Hopkins McNeese State 6. 11 James Esco Southeast Missouri 11 Gavin Hallford at UT Martin 11 Gavin Hallford at Chattanooga 11 Gavin Hallford at Southeast Missouri

Sep 28, 2007 Sep 08, 2007 Nov 11, 2006 Sep 01, 2007 Oct 16, 1999 Nov. 13, 2010 Oct 09, 2004 Sep 18, 2004 Nov 17, 2007

MOST EXTRA POINTS MADE BY KICKING 1. 8 James Esco Austin Peay 8 Gavin Hallford at UT Martin 8 Gavin Hallford at Chattanooga 4. 7 Patrick Tatum Tennessee Tech 7 Patrick Tatum UT Martin 7 Gavin Hallford Tennessee State 7 Gavin Hallford Samford 7 Gavin Hallford Murray State 7 Steven Lee at Samford 7 Lee Sutherland Knoxville College

Oct 23, 2010 Oct 09, 2004 Sep 18, 2004 Nov 11, 2009 Oct 3, 2009 Oct 16, 2004 Nov 11, 2006 Oct 05, 2006 Nov 08, 2003 Sep 30, 1995

MOST EXTRA POINTS ATTEMPTED BY KICKING 1. 9 Gavin Hallford at Chattanooga 2. 8 James Esco Austin Peay 8 Patrick Tatum Tennessee Tech 8 Patrick Tatum at Nicholls State 8 Gavin Hallford at UT Martin 6. 7 Gavin Hallford Samford 7 Gavin Hallford Southeast Missouri 7 Gavin Hallford Tennessee State 7 Gavin Hallford Samford 7 Gavin Hallford Murray State 7 Steven Lee at Samford 7 Steven Lee Cumberland Univ. 7 Brett Rushing Eastern Kentucky 7 Lee Sutherland Knoxville College 7 Patrick Tatum UT Martin

Sep 18, 2004 Oct 23, 2010 Nov 14, 2009 Sep 26, 2009 Oct 09, 2004 Nov 06, 2004 Nov 20, 2004 Oct 16, 2004 Nov 11, 2006 Oct 05, 2006 Nov 08, 2003 Aug 30, 2001 Sep 27, 2003 Sep 30, 1995 Oct 3, 2009

MOST FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 5 Gavin Hallford 5 Steven Lee 3. 4 Gavin Hallford 4 Gavin Hallford 4 Gavin Hallford 4 Gavin Hallford 4 Brad Hopkins 4 Lee Sutherland 4 Lee Sutherland

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

at Alabama State at Murray State at Chattanooga Chattanooga Eastern Kentucky at Murray State Stephen F. Austin Sam Houston State at Sam Houston State

Steven Lee

MOST FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 4 Gavin Hallford 4 Gavin Hallford 4 Gavin Hallford 4. 3 James Esco 3 Gavin Hallford 3 Brad Hopkins 3 Brad Hopkins 3 Steven Lee 3 Lee Sutherland 3 Lee Sutherland

at Alabama State Chattanooga at Murray State Southeast Missouri at Southeast Missouri Stephen F. Austin McNeese State at Murray State Sam Houston State at Sam Houston State

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Sep 01, 2007 Sep 08, 2007 Sep 28, 2007 Nov 13, 2010 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 2. 51 Steven Lee 51 Steven Lee 4. 50 Ray Vollenweider 5. 49 Lee Sutherland 6. 48 Gavin Hallford 48 Slade Stinnett 8. 47 Brad Hopkins 47 Steven Lee 47 Steven Lee 47 Ray Vollenweider 47 Chris Hobbs 47 Ronnie Lawson 47 Danny Kemp 47 Chris Hobbs 47 Ashley Kay 47 Ashley Kay

at Murray State at Southeast Missouri at Tennessee State at Troy State at Middle Tennessee Tennessee State Kentucky State Sam Houston State at Southwest Texas at Arkansas State at Mississippi College Livingston at Alabama A&M at Chattanooga West Georgia Mississippi College Troy State

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) 46 (46-51) 7. 44 (44-46) 8. 41 (41-44) 41 (41-44) 10. 40 (40-42)

1982 1991 1989 2004 1988 2009 2008 2010 1992 1981

Ray Vollenweider

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

PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED 1. 57 (53-57) 2. 56 (50-56) 3. 55 (55-55) 4. 52 (51-52) 5. 51 (46-51) 6. 46 (44-46) 46 (46-46) 8. 44 (41-44) 44 (41-44) 44 (38-44)

1991 2004 1982 1989 2009 2008 1988 2010 1992 2001

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 (SEASON) FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 22 (22-29) 2. 15 (15-22) 3. 13 (13-22) 13 (13-25) 5. 12 (12-19) 6. 11 (11-16) 11 (11-18) 11 (11-19) 11 (11-19)

2007 2010 2006 1974 1989 1988 1987 2003 2001

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 29 (22-29) 2. 25 (13-25) 3. 22 (15-22) 22 (13-22) 5. 20 (8-20) 6. 19 (11-19) 19 (11-19) 19 (12-19) 9. 18 (11-18) 18 (9-18)

2007 1974 2010 2006 1977 2003 2001 1989 1987 1998

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

EXTRA POINTS (SEASON)

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

INDIVIDUAL GAME

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Gavin Hallford

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 Patrick Tatum (46-51) 46 Ashley Kay (46-46) 7. 44 Gavin Hallford (44-46) 8. 41 James Esco (41-43) 41 Slade Stinnett (41-44) 10. 38 Rocky Riddle (38-41)

1982 1991 2004 1989 2009 1988 2008 2010 1992 1977

PAT kicks attempted 1. 57 Slade Stinnett (53-57) 2. 56 Gavin Hallford (50-56) 3. 55 Chris Hobbs (55-55) 4. 51 Patrick Tatum (46-51) 51 Slade Stinnett (50-51)

1991 2004 1982 2009 1989


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46 46 44 43 41

Gavin Hallford (44-46) Ashley Kay (46-46) Slade Stinnett (41-44) James Esco (41-43) Rocky Riddle (38-41)

(6-6) (25-25) (32-32) (7-7) (11-11) (9-9) (46-46) (6-6) (55-55) (50-51)

1981 1966 1971 1967 1965 1964 1988 1964 1982 1989

Field goal pct (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 100.0 Bruce Peck 2. 80.0 Rocky Riddle 80.0 Lee Sutherland 4. 77.8 Gavin Hallford 77.8 Brad Hopkins 77.8 Joe Hix 7. 75.9 Gavin Hallford 8. 71.4 Chris Hobbs 71.4 Chris Hobbs 10. 70.0 Shane Seamons

(5-5) (8-10) (8-10) (7-9) (7-9) (7-9) (22-29) (5-7) (10-14) (7-10)

1965 1976 1995 2008 1999 1973 2007 1981 1984 1996

(50-74) (36-65) (30-55) (28-54) (30-50) (32-46) (22-34) (20-34) (20-33) (13-20)

2004-08 1989-92 1972-75 1976-79 2001-03 1981-84 1987-88 1998-00 1993-95 2010-A

Field goals attempted 1. 74 Gavin Hallford 2. 65 Slade Stinnett 3. 55 Joe Hix 4. 54 Rocky Riddle 5. 50 Steven Lee 6. 46 Chris Hobbs 7. 34 Ashley Kay 34 Brad Hopkins 9. 33 Lee Sutherland 10. 20 James Esco

(50-74) (36-65) (30-55) (28-54) (30-50) (32-46) (22-34) (20-34) (20-33) (13-20)

2004-08 1989-92 1972-75 1976-79 2001-03 1981-84 1987-88 1998-00 1993-95 2010-A

Chris Hobbs

Joe Hix

Rocky Riddle

Ashley Kay

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2004-08 1989-92 1981-84 1976-79 1972-75

Field goals made 1. 74 Gavin Hallford 2. 65 Slade Stinnett 3. 55 Joe Hix 4. 54 Rocky Riddle 5. 50 Steven Lee 6. 46 Chris Hobbs 7. 34 Ashley Kay 34 Brad Hopkins 9. 33 Lee Sutherland 10. 20 James Esco

HISTORY

(161 PAT, 50 FG) (179 PAT, 36 FG) (130 PAT, 32 FG) (116 PAT, 28 FG) (103 PAT, 30 FG)

1964-67 1981-84 1987-88 1989-92 2004-08 1976-79 1995-96

FIELD GOALS (CAREER)

SCORING (CAREER) Total points scored by Kicking 1. 311 Gavin Hallford 2. 287 Slade Stinnett 3. 226 Chris Hobbs 4. 200 Rocky Riddle 5. 193 Joe Hix

(49-49) (130-135) (63-66) (179-188) (161-171) (116-126) (19-21)

RECORDS

2007 2006 1974 1977 2003 1989 2001 1987 1998 1988 1972 1990 1992

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

REVIEW

(22-29) (13-22) (13-21) (8-20) (11-19) (12-19) (11-19) (11-18) (9-18) (11-16) (5-16) (9-16) (9-16)

1989-92 2004-08 1981-84 1976-79 1972-75 2001-03 1998-00 1993-95 1987-88 2003-06

OPPONENTS

Field goals attempted 1. 29 Gavin Hallford 2. 22 Gavin Hallford 3. 21 Joe Hix 4. 20 Rocky Riddle 5. 19 Steven Lee 19 Slade Stinnett 19 Steven Lee 8. 18 Ashley Kay 18 Brad Hopkins 10. 16 Ashley Kay 16 Joe Hix 16 Slade Stinnett 16 Slade Stinnett

(179-188) (161-171) (130-135) (116-126) (103-116) (78-96) (62-73) (61-70) (63-66) (36-50)

ABOUT JSU

2007 2010 1974 2006 1989 1988 1987 2003 2001 1984

PAT kicks attempted 1. 188 Slade Stinnett 2. 171 Gavin Hallford 3. 135 Chris Hobbs 4. 126 Rocky Riddle 5. 116 Joe Hix 6. 96 Steven Lee 7. 73 Brad Hopkins 8. 70 Lee Sutherland 9. 66 Ashley Kay 10. 50 Brett Rushing

COACHES

(22-29) (13-20) (13-21) (13-22) (12-19) (11-16) (11-18) (11-19) (11-19) (10-14)

1989-92 2004-08 1981-84 1976-79 1972-75 2001-03 1970-71 1987-88 1998-00 1993-95

1964-67 1970-71 1995-96 1981-84 2004-08 2010-A 1987-88 1993-95 2001-03 1998-00

GAMECOCKS

Field goals made 1. 22 Gavin Hallford 2. 13 James Esco 13 Joe Hix 13 Gavin Hallford 5. 12 Slade Stinnett 6. 11 Ashley Kay 11 Ashley Kay 11 Steven Lee 11 Steven Lee 10. 10 Chris Hobbs

(179-188) (161-171) (130-135) (116-126) (103-116) (78-96) (68-32) (63-66) (62-73) (61-70)

(11-11) (14-15) (7-10) (32-46) (50-74) (13-20) (22-34) (20-33) (30-50) (20-34)

OUTLOOK

FIELD GOALS (SEASON)

PAT kicks made 1. 179 Slade Stinnett 2. 161 Gavin Hallford 3. 130 Chris Hobbs 4. 116 Rocky Riddle 5. 103 Joe Hix 6. 78 Steven Lee 7. 68 Danny Kemp 8. 63 Ashley Kay 9. 62 Brad Hopkins 10. 61 Lee Sutherland

Field goal pct (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 100.0 Bruce Peck 2. 93.3 Danny Kemp 3. 70.0 Shane Seamons 4. 69.6 Chris Hobbs 5. 67.6 Gavin Hallford 6. 65.0 James Esco 7. 64.7 Ashley Kay 8. 60.6 Lee Sutherland 9. 60.0 Steven Lee 10. 58.8 Brad Hopkins

INTRO

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

EXTRA POINTS (CAREER)

2008 1988 1992 2010 1977

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INDIVIDUAL GAME

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, 2002 Sep 20, 2003 Nov 11, 1995 Nov 10, 2001 Oct 20, 2001 Oct 07, 1995 Oct 28, 2006 Oct 20, 2007 Oct 14, 2000

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

9 punts 9 punts 11 punts 8 punts 7 punts 8 punts 8 punts 9 punts 9 punts

MOST PUNTS DOWNED INSIDE 20 4 many times, last at UT Martin, Oct. 9, 2010

John Howard

Richie Rhodes

PUNTING (SEASON)

MOST PUNTS 1. 11 Jason Porch 2. 9 John Howard 9 Howard, John 9 Richie Rhodes 9 Richie Rhodes 9 Zach Walden 7. 8 Patrick Tatum 8 John Howard 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 Florida State 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 Sept. 12, 2009 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 Oct 20, 2001 Oct 09, 2004 Oct 18, 2003 Sep 19, 1998 Oct 05, 2006 Nov 17, 2007 Sep 22, 2007 Nov 04, 2000 Nov 15, 2003

MOST PUNTS DOWNED INSIDE 20 1. 4 Coty Blanchard at UT Martin 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

Nov 9, 2010 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

5-276 7-353 3-150 3-149 4-196 6-291 4-193 5-234 4-187 3-140

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REVIEW

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INTRO

TEAM GAME

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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 (55-2105) 2 (57-2224) 2 (80-3059) 2 (54-1823)

2000 2007 1995 1999 2009 1998 1989 1997

AVERAGE YARDS PER PUNT 1. 44.66 (41-1831) 2. 43.57 (75-3268) 3. 43.00 (70-3010) 4. 41.85 (62-2595) 5. 41.75 (51-2129) 6. 41.11 (55-2261) 7. 41.00 (61-2501) 8. 40.51 (69-2795) 9. 40.27 (59-2376) 10. 40.27 (49-1973)

2001 1982 1981 2002 1970 1971 1979 2003 2006 1994


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PUNTING (SEASON)

PUNTING (CAREER)

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

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)

Ray Brock

2001-04 1979-82 1968-70 1971 1995-96 1984-87 2005-08

OPPONENTS

2001 1982 2002 1981 1969 2007 2006

1979-82 1997-00 2001-04 1984-87 2005-08 1988-90 1976-79 1964-67 1968-70 1993-95

ABOUT JSU

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)

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)

COACHES

1992 1989 1982 1977 1980 1981 1995 1990 2003 2000 1978

1979-82 2001-04 1997-00 1984-87 2005-08 1988-90 1976-79 1968-70 1964-67 1993-95

GAMECOCKS

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)

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)

OUTLOOK

1982 1992 1989 1981 1980 2003 1977 2002 1990 1995

INTRO

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)

Gregg Lowery

REVIEW RECORDS

First Downs

Penalties:

Game: Yards Penalized, 176, vs UT-Chattanooga, 1957 Season: Penalties: 104, 1992 Yards: 1,084, 1982

OVC

Game: 32, vs Livingston, 1978 Season: 244, 1982 By Rushing: 187, 1992 By Passing: 129, 1982 By Penalty: 28, 1997

HISTORY

MISCELLANOUS RECORDS

Longest Returns for a TD

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. 92 at Alabama A&M 9. 90 Southeast Missouri 10. 81 at Eastern Illinois

Oct 02, 2004 Oct 01, 1998 Sep 17, 1999 Sep 28, 2007 Aug 30, 2001 Nov 06, 2004 Sep 16, 2006 Sep 19, 2009 Nov 20, 2004 Nov 18, 2006

HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER PUNT RETURN (2 returns) 1. 37.2 Murray State Oct 02, 2004 2. 35.0 Samford Nov 06, 2004 3. 23.5 Northwestern State Nov 04, 2000 23.5 at Troy State Nov 17, 2001 5. 23.0 at Alabama A&M Sep 19, 2009 23.0 at Samford Nov 08, 2003 23.0 at Murray State Sep 28, 2007 8. 22.5 Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 9. 22.0 at Samford Oct 06, 2001 10. 21.5 Tennessee Tech Nov 14, 2009 MOST KICK RETURNS 1. 11 at Sam Houston State 2. 9 Northwestern State 3. 8 at Georgia Southern 8 at Furman 5. 7 at Eastern Kentucky 7 at Georgia Tech 7 at Georgia Tech 7 Stephen F. Austin 9. 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 Nov 6, 2010 Sep 5, 2009 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 Murray State 164 at Samford 7. 156 at Alabama State 8. 152 Furman 9. 147 Southeast Missouri 10. 142 Tennessee State

Sep 28, 2007 Nov 10, 2001 Oct 26, 2002 Sep 21, 2000 Oct 2, 2010 Nov 03, 2007 Sep 01, 2007 Sep 01, 2005 Nov 13, 2010 Oct 21, 2006

HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER KICK RETURN (2 returns) 1. 61.0 Southeast Missouri Oct 04, 2008 2. 50.7 Furman Sep 01, 2005 3. 46.6 at Murray State Sep 28, 2007 4. 46.5 Eastern Kentucky Sep 27, 2003 5. 45.3 at Nicholls State Sep 26, 2009 6. 43.2 Samford Sep 21, 2000 7. 39.0 at Southwest Texas Nov 02, 2002 8. 36.5 at Eastern Illinois Nov 13, 2004 9. 34.3 Sam Houston State Oct 24, 1998 10. 34.0 Tennessee Tech Oct 27, 2005

4 returns 7 returns 7 returns 6 returns 5 returns 3 returns 7 returns 4 returns 4 returns 5 returns 4-149 3-105 2-47 2-47 4-92 2-46 6-138 4-90 3-66 2-43

5 returns 11 returns 7 returns 4 returns 5 returns 5 returns 5 returns 3 returns 5 returns 6 returns

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

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OUTLOOK

INTRO

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MOST FUMBLE RETURNS 1. 2 at Southeast Missouri 2 Eastern Kentucky 2 at Georgia Tech 2 Western Kentucky 2 at Western Kentucky 2 Western Kentucky 2 Nicholls State 2 West Georgia

Nov 7, 2009 Nov 21, 2009 Sep 5, 2009 Oct 07, 1995 Oct 07, 1995 Oct 12, 1996 Oct 25, 1997 Sep 07, 1996

MOST FUMBLE RETURN YARDS 1. 43 at Southeast Missouri 2. 42 at Southeast Missouri 3. 36 at Furman 4. 31 North Carolina A&T 5. 22 Tennessee Tech 6. 21 at Ole Miss 16 at Eastern Kentucky 8. 13 Eastern Kentucky 13 Sam Houston State 10. 12 Union 12 at Nicholls State

Nov 07, 2009 Nov 22, 2003 Sep 02, 2006 Sep 23, 1995 Oct 20, 2007 Sep 4, 2010 Sep 25, 2004 Nov 21, 2009 Oct 24, 1998 Sep 17, 1999 Sep 26, 2009

MOST INTERCEPTIONS 1. 6 at Samford 2. 5 UT Martin 3. 5 at Chattanooga 4. 4 at Samford 4 Southeast Missouri 4 at Louisiana-Lafayette 4 Tennessee Tech 4 Chattanooga 4 at Nicholls State

Oct 14, 1995 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. 96 at Samford Oct 14, 1995 4. 84 at Eastern Illinois Nov 18, 2006 5. 81 UT Martin Oct 3, 2009 81 at Samford Nov 12, 2005 7. 70 at Nicholls State Sep 09, 2000 8. 66 UT Martin Oct 15, 2005 9. 55 at Austin Peay Oct 31, 2009 10. 53 Sam Houston State Oct 12, 2002 HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER INT RETURN (2 returns) 1. 42.0 at Eastern Illinois Nov 18, 2006 2. 33.3 McNeese State Nov 24, 2001 3. 27.5 at Austin Peay Oct 31, 2009 4. 27.0 UT Martin Oct 03, 2009 27.0 Chattanooga Sep 08, 2007 6. 26.5 Sam Houston State Oct 12, 2002 7. 24.5 at Murray State Oct 08, 2005 8. 24.0 Eastern Kentucky Sep 27, 2003 9. 22.0 Tennessee State Oct 16, 2010 10. 21.0 Samford Sep 21, 2000

Maurice Dupree

2-122 3-152 5-233 2-93 3-136 4-173 3-117 2-73 3-103 3-102

2 returns 1 return 1 return 1 return 1 return 1 return 1 return 1 return 1 return 1 return 1 return

4 returns 3 returns 6 returns 2 returns 2 returns 4 returns 4 returns 5 returns 2 returns 2 returns 2-84 3-100 2-55 3-81 4-108 2-53 2-49 2-48 2-44 2-42

INDIVIDUAL GAME 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

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

LONGEST KICK RETURN 1. 103 Ray Vinson 2. 100 Joey Hamilton 100 Danny Lee 4. 99 Maurice Dupree 5. 96 Clay Green 6. 95 Jamal Young 7. 92 Alan Bonner 92 Danny Lee 9. 90 Freddie Casey 90 Carl Harrison 11. 89 Maurice Dupree

Troy State Samford Delta State Southeast Missouri Furman at Nicholls State Murray State Kentucky State South Georgia Troy State at Murray State

Oct 15, 1966 Oct. 2, 1999 1992 Oct 04, 2008 Sep 01, 2005 Sep 26, 2009 Oct 2, 2010 Nov 14, 1992 1954 1956 Sep 28, 2007

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 27, 1982 Nov 14, 1981 1960 Nov 24, 2001 Nov 18, 2006

LONGEST FUMBLE RETURN 1. 98 Eugene Griep 2. 87 Lyle Darnell 3. 66 Marvelle Granville 4. 56 DeWayne Cuffie 5. 43 James Hicks 6. 42 Dexter Sistrunk

Delta State Livingston Stephen F. Austin McNeese State North Park at Southeast Missouri

1962 1954 Oct 11, 1997 Oct 26, 2002 1947 Nov 22, 2003

MOST PUNT RETURNS 1. 7 Eurosius Parker 7 Patrick Plott 3. 6 Alan Bonner 6 Maurice Daugherty 6 Delvin Hughley

Stephen F. Austin Western Illinois Austin Peay Northwestern State Union

Oct 01, 1998 Nov 11, 1995 Oct 23, 2010 Nov 09, 2002 Sep 17, 1999

MOST PUNT RETURN YARDS 1. 149 Craig Agee 2. 148 Eurosius Parker 3. 122 Delvin Hughley 4. 105 Craig Agee 5. 104 Maurice Dupree 6. 92 Alan Bonner 7. 90 Alan Bonner 8. 86 Neika Willis 9. 85 Craig Agee 10. 81 Clay Green

Murray State Stephen F. Austin Union College Samford at Murray State at Alabama A&M Austin Peay Cumberland Univ. Southeast Missouri at Eastern Illinois

Oct 02, 2004 Oct 01, 1998 Sep 17, 1999 Nov 06, 2004 Sep 28, 2007 Sep 19, 2009 Oct 23, 2010 Aug 30, 2001 Sep 16, 2006 Nov 18, 2006

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HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER PUNT RETURN (2 returns) 1. 43.0 Neika Willis Cumberland Univ. 2. 37.2 Craig Agee Murray State 3. 35.0 Craig Agee Samford 4. 34.7 Maurice Dupree at Murray State 5. 30.0 Neika Willis at Samford 6. 24.0 Maurice Dupree Murray State 7. 23.5 Quincy Bowie at Troy State 23.5 Delvin Hughley Northwestern State 9. 23.0 Craig Agee at Samford 10. 23.0 Alan Bonner at Alabama A&M

Aug 30, 2001 Oct 02, 2004 Nov 06, 2004 Sep 28, 2007 Oct 06, 2001 Oct 18, 2008 Nov 17, 2001 Nov 04, 2000 Nov 08, 2003 Sep 19, 2009

2-86 4-14 3-105 3-104 2-60 2-48 2-47 2-47 2-46 4-92

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

Nov 07, 1998 Oct 26, 2002 Sep 28, 2002 Aug 28, 2008 Sep 15, 2007 Nov 24, 2001 Nov 10, 2001 Nov 03, 2007 Nov 17, 2007 Nov 16, 2002 Sep 06, 1997

Northwestern State Stephen F. Austin at Tennessee Tech at Georgia Tech at Memphis McNeese State at Sam Houston State at Samford at Southeast Missouri at Georgia Southern Southwest Missouri


THE Record BOOK / RETURNS MOST KICK RETURN YARDS 1. 212 Maurice Dupree 2. 190 Maurice Daugherty 3. 164 Maurice Dupree 4. 152 Clay Green 5. 142 Alan Bonner 6. 134 Chapman, Kory 7. 130 Jamal Young 8. 129 Eurosius Parker 9. 122 Maurice Dupree 122 Terrell Johnson

at Murray State Stephen F. Austin at Samford Furman Southeast Missouri at Tennessee Tech at Nicholls State Northwestern State Southeast Missouri at Memphis

Nov 21, 2009 Sep 07, 1996 Oct 07, 1995

MOST FUMBLE RETURN YARDS 1. 42 Dexter Sistrunk 2. 36 LeMarcus Rowell 3. 31 Riley Reynolds 4. 29 James Shaw 5. 22 Devin Phillips 6. 16 LeMarcus Rowell 7. 15 Jamison Wadley 8. 14 Alexander Henderson 9. 13 Alexander Henderson 13 Eurosius Parker

at Southeast Missouri at Furman North Carolina A&T at Southeast Missouri Tennessee Tech at Eastern Kentucky at Ole Miss at Southeast Missouri Eastern Kentucky Sam Houston State

Nov 22, 2003 Sep 02, 2006 Sep 23, 1995 Nov 7, 2009 Oct 20, 2007 Sep 25, 2004 Sep 4, 2010 Nov 7, 2009 Nov 21, 2009 Oct 24, 1998

MOST INTERCEPTIONS 1. 4 Darron Edwards 2. 3 T.J. Heath 3. 2 T.J. Heath 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

at Samford UT Martin at Murray State Southwest Texas Stephen F. Austin at Chattanooga Southeast Missouri Emporia State UT Martin at Louisiana-Lafayette Samford Chattanooga Tennessee Tech McNeese State UT Martin

Oct 14, 1995 Oct 03, 2009 Oct 10, 2009 Oct 23, 1999 Oct 26, 2002 Sep 20, 2008 Nov 20, 2004 Sep 04, 2004 Oct 15, 2005 Nov. 11,2000 Sep 21, 2000 Sep 08, 2007 Oct 25, 2003 Nov 24, 2001 Oct 15, 2005

AVERAGE YARDS PER KICK RETURN 1. 29.12 (42-1223) 1992 2. 25.51 (49-1250) 2007 3. 25.07 (30-752) 2009 4. 22.96 (51-1171) 2010 5. 22.89 (28-641) 1979 6. 22.57 (35-790) 2005 7. 22.17 (40-887) 2008 8. 22.10 (31-685) 1987 9. 21.15 (27-571) 1983 10. 20.92 (24-502) 1966

INTERCEPTION RETURNS INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 1. 644 (28-644) 2. 399 (20-399) 3. 359 (21-359) 4. 322 (17-322) 5. 301 (21-301) 6. 297 (27-297) 7. 295 (19-295) 8. 285 (19-285) 9. 261 (9-261) 10. 254 (18-254) 254 (18-254)

1989 1981 1966 1976 1991 1982 1992 1980 1990 1971 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

OVC

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. 27.0 T.J. Heath UT Martin Oct 03, 2009 7. 25.0 Darren Williams UT Martin Oct 15, 2005 8. 21.8 Darron Edwards at Samford Oct 15, 1995 21.5 Russell Green Southeast Missouri Nov 20, 2004 10. 21.0 Eric McCollough Samford Sep 21, 2000

2004 2001 1972 1975 1991 1973 1999 1992 1998 2009

1992 2005

HISTORY

Sep 08, 2007 Nov 27, 1982 Nov 24, 2001 Nov 14, 1981 1960 Nov 18, 2006 Nov 18, 2006 Oct 31, 2009 Nov 12, 2005 Oct 12, 2002

AVERAGE YARDS PER PUNT RETURN 1. 18.64 (25-466) 2. 18.26 (19-347) 3. 17.68 (28-495) 4. 17.33 (12-208) 5. 16.89 (28-473) 6. 14.50 (24-348) 7. 14.11 (27-381) 8. 13.63 (30-409) 9. 13.56 (36-488) 10. 13.03 (30-391)

KICK RETURN TDS 1. 5 2. 2

RECORDS

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. 83 Kenny Brown at Eastern Illinois 8. 81 T.J. Heath at Austin Peay 9. 54 Gavin Slaughter at Samford 10. 53 Markee Coleman Sam Houston State

PUNT RETURN TDS 1. 3 2004 2. 2 1992 2 2007 2 1991 2 1978 2 2003 2 1995

2010 2002 1999 2007 1997 2001 1996 1992 1986 1998 1994

REVIEW

Eastern Kentucky West Georgia Western Kentucky

1977 2003 1998 2006 2010 2002 2009 1992 1995 1983 1970 1991 1972

KICK RETURNS 1. 51 (51-1171) 2. 50 (50-1017) 3. 49 (49-855) 49 (49-1250) 5. 45 (45-845) 45 (45-828) 7. 43 (43-782) 8. 42 (42-1223) 42 (42-852) 10. 41 (41-795) 41 (41-821)

OPPONENTS

MOST FUMBLE RETURNS 1. 2 Alexander Henderson 2 Chris Stewart 2 Sidney Tyus

PUNT RETURNS 1. 41 (41-275) 2. 38 (38-381) 3. 36 (36-488) 4. 35 (35-310) 5. 32 (32-353) 32 (32-182) 7. 30 (30-391) 30 (30-409) 9. 28 (28-315) 28 (28-340) 28 (28-185) 28 (28-473) 28 (28-495)

2007 1992 2010 2002 2008 1999 1986 1997 2001 1994

ABOUT JSU

2-130 2-122 4-212 3-152 2-100 2-96 2-94 2-93 2-85 3-117

1972 1998 1991 2004 1992 2009 1999 2003 2010 1973

KICK RETURN YARDS 1. 1250 (49-1250) 2. 1223 (42-1223) 3. 1171 (51-1171) 4. 1017 (50-1017) 5. 887 (40-887) 6. 855 (49-855) 7. 852 (42-852) 8. 845 (45-845) 9. 828 (45-828) 10. 821 (41-821)

COACHES

Sep 26, 2009 Oct 04, 2008 Sep 28, 2007 Sep 01, 2005 Nov 06, 2004 Sep 21, 2000 Oct 9, 2010 Sep 27, 2003 Aug 30, 2001 Nov 02, 2002

PUNT RETURN YARDS 1. 495 (28-495) 2. 488 (36-488) 3. 473 (28-473) 4. 466 (25-466) 5. 409 (30-409) 6. 391 (30-391) 7. 381 (27-381) 381 (38-381) 9. 353 (32-353) 10. 348 (24-348)

KICK RETURNS

GAMECOCKS

HIGHEST AVERAGE GAIN PER KICK RETURN (2 returns) 1. 65.0 Jamal Young at Nicholls State 2. 61.0 Maurice Dupree Southeast Missouri 3. 53.0 Maurice Dupree at Murray State 4. 50.7 Clay Green Furman 5. 50.0 Clay Green Samford 6. 48.0 Bell, Herman Samford 7. 47.0 James Shaw at UT Martin 8. 46.5 Kory Chapman Eastern Kentucky 9. 42.5 Bell, Roger Cumberland Univ. 10. 39.0 Maurice Daugherty at Southwest Texas

RETURNS (SEASON) PUNT RETURNS

OUTLOOK

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INTRO

Sep 28, 2007 Oct 26, 2002 Nov 03, 2007 Sep 01, 2005 Nov 13, 2010 Sep 28, 2002 Sep 26, 2009 Nov 07, 1998 Oct 04, 2008 Sep 15, 2007

INTERCEPTION RETURN TDS 1. 8 1989 2. 3 2009 3 2007 3 1976 3 1971

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COACHES

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OUTLOOK

INTRO

THE Record BOOK / RETURNS

FUMBLE RETURNS (SEASON)

KICK RETURNS (SEASON)

FUMBLE RETURN YARDS 1. 129 (5-129) 2. 73 (8-73) 3. 71 (3-71) 4. 58 (3-58) 5. 47 (3-47) 47 (7-47) 7. 36 (2-36) 8. 28 (3-28) 9. 27 (2-27) 10. 21 (2-21)

1998 2009 1997 2003 1999 1995 2006 2004 2007 2010

KICK RETURN YARDS 1. 648 Alan Bonner (25-648) 2. 619 Eurosius Parker (28-619) 3. 617 Maurice Dupree (21-617) 4. 587 Danny Lee (17-587) 5. 562 Clay Green (23-562) 6. 546 Terrell Johnson (24-546) 7. 537 Maurice Dupree (19-537) 8. 512 Kory Chapman (23-512) 9. 510 A.W. Clark (21-510) 510 A.W. Clark (22-510)

2010 1998 2007 1992 2005 2007 2008 2003 1979 1981

FUMBLE RETURNS 1. 20 (20-0) 2. 8 (8-73) 3. 7 (7-47) 4. 5 (5-129) 5 (5-6) 5 (5-0)

1966 2009 1995 1998 1996 1964

FUMBLE RETURN TDS 1. 3 3 3 4. 2

1995 2002 1998 1997

KICK RETURNS 1. 28 Eurosius Parker (28-619) 2. 25 Alan Bonner (25-648) 3 24 Terrell Johnson (24-546) 4. 23 Clay Green (23-562) 23 Roger Bell (23-463) 23 Roger Bell (23-488) 23 Solomon Rivers (23-412) 23 Kory Chapman (23-512) 9. 22 A.W. Clark (22-510) 10. 21 A.W. Clark (21-510) 21 Demetric Thomas (21-413) 21 Maurice Dupree (21-617)

1998 2010 2007 2005 1999 2001 1986 2003 1981 1979 1996 2007

KICK RETURN TDS 1. 3 Danny Lee

1992

PUNT RETURNS (SEASON) PUNT RETURN YARDS 1. 477 Eurosius Parker (34-477) 2. 475 Danny Lee (27-475) 3. 403 Wayne Boyd (25-403) 4. 400 Danny Lee (29-400) 5. 375 Alan Bonner (27-375) 6. 369 Craig Agee (18-369) 7. 361 Delvin Hughley (26-361) 8. 302 Alan Bonner (28-302) 302 Ray Vinson (18-302) 10. 281 Ray Vinson (27-281)

1998 1991 1972 1992 2009 2004 1999 2010 1966 1965

PUNT RETURNS 1. 39 Jerome Coleman (39-261) 2. 34 Eurosius Parker (34-477) 3. 30 Craig Agee (30-268) 4. 29 Danny Lee (29-400) 5. 28 Alan Bonner (28-302) 6. 27 Alan Bonner (27-375) 27 Ray Vinson (27-281) 27 Danny Lee (27-475) 9. 26 Delvin Hughley (26-361) 10. 25 Wayne Boyd (25-403)

1977 1998 2003 1992 2010 2009 1965 1991 1999 1972

PUNT RETURN TDS 1. 2 Terrell Johnson 2 Danny Lee 2 Danny Lee 2 Rod Green 2 Craig Agee

2007 1991 1992 1978 2004

AVERAGE YARDS PER PUNT RETURN (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 24.00 Neika Willis (11-264) 2. 22.40 Wayne Boyd (5-112) 3. 20.50 Craig Agee (18-369) 4. 17.59 Danny Lee (27-475) 5. 16.78 Ray Vinson (18-302) 6. 16.67 Darron Edwards (9-150) 7. 16.20 Clay Green (5-81) 8. 16.12 Wayne Boyd (25-403) 9. 15.75 Walter Broughton (12-189) 10. 14.03 Eurosius Parker (34-477)

AVERAGE YARDS PER KICK RETURN (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 34.53 Danny Lee (17-587) 2. 30.50 Darren Williams (6-183) 3. 29.38 Maurice Dupree (21-617) 4. 29.25 Joey Hamilton (8-234) 5. 28.53 Danny Lee (17-485) 6. 28.26 Maurice Dupree (19-537) 7. 28.00 Darrell Malone (9-252) 8. 26.64 James Shaw (11-293) 9. 25.92 Alan Bonner (25-648) 10. 25.81 Herman Bell (16-413)

2001 1971 2004 1991 1966 1993 2006 1972 1983 1998

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1992 2005 2007 1999 1991 2008 1987 2010 2010 2000

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS 1. 178 Ray Vinson (10-178) 2. 165 Darrell Malone (3-165) 3. 138 Carlos Shepard (4-138) 4. 135 Darrell Malone (4-135) 135 Terry Harris (4-135) 135 Quintin Stevenson (2-135) 7. 119 Freddy Goodwin (4-119) 8. 118 Bill Williamson (5-118) 9. 117 Eric Davis (6-117) 10. 108 Drew Robinson (2-108)

1966 1990 1992 1989 1966 1981 1989 1968 1989 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 T.J. Heath (6-81) 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 2009 1989 1981 2004 1972 1967 1970 1965 1969 1983 1970

INTERCEPTION RETURN TDS 1. 3 Freddy Goodwin 2. 2 T.J. Heath 2 Darrell Malone 2 Ralph Battle 2 Gary Godfrey 2 William Bell

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1962 1954 1998 1997 2003 1995 1947 2006 1999 1998

KICK RETURN YARDS 1. 1368 Clay Green (58-1368) 2. 1239 Maurice Dupree (46-1239) 3. 1195 A.W. Clark (52-1195) 4. 1072 Danny Lee (34-1072) 5. 951 Roger Bell (46-951) 6. 931 Herman Bell (42-931) 7. 910 Amel Jackson (47-910) 8. 905 Kory Chapman (42-905) 9. 783 Eurosius Parker (36-783) 10. 730 James Shaw (32-730)

2003-06 2006-08 1978-81 1990-92 1999-01 1997-00 1994-97 2002-03 1995-98 2008-A

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)

1961-63 1954-56 1998 1997-98 2002-04 2004,06 1995 1947-48 1998-00 1997-00

FUMBLE RETURNS 1. 3 Alexander Henderson (3-27) 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)

2009 1996 1998 2003 1995 2008 1995

FUMBLE RETURN TDS 1. 2 Dewayne Cuffie 2 Riley Reynolds

2002 1995

KICK RETURNS 1. 58 2. 52 3. 47 4. 46 46 6. 42 42 8. 36 9. 34 10. 33

2003-06 1978-81 1994-97 2006-08 1999-01 1997-00 2002-03 1995-98 1990-92 1986-87

FUMBLE RETURNS 1. 3 Alexander Henderson 3 Eurosius Parker (3-19) 3 Chris Stewart (3-0) 3. 2 Carnell Clark (2-2) 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)

2006-09 1995-98 1995-96 2006-09 1998 2002-04 2004-06 1995 1995-97 2006-08 1994-96

FUMBLE RETURN TDS 1. 2 Dewayne Cuffie 2 Riley Reynolds

2000-03 1995

KICK RETURN TDS 1. 3 Danny Lee 2. 2 Maurice Dupree

PUNT RETURNS (CAREER)

1990-92 1977-79,01-04 2003-06 2003-06 2007 2003-06 1990-92 1974-75 1970-73 1967-68 2001,03-04 1993 2009-A 2000-03 1964-66

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. 175 T.J. Heath (9-175) 6. 172 Carlos Shepard (8-172) 7. 159 Russell Green (10-159) 8. 156 Gary Godfrey (11-156) 9. 153 Eric Davis (11-153) 10. 150 Wayne Carden (13-150)

1987-90 1980-83 1964-66 1965-67 2007-A 1991-92 2001-04 1969-71 1986-89 1969-72

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 T.J. Heath 3 Freddy Goodwin 3 Gary Godfrey 3 Darrell Malone 4. 2 Ralph Battle 2 Dwayne Parker 2 William Bell

2007-A 1987-89 1969-71 1987-90 1979-83 1977-79 1987-89

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AVERAGE YARDS PER PUNT RETURN (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 16.20 Clay Green (5-81) 2. 15.62 Danny Lee (56-875) 3. 15.40 Gary Wagner (5-77) 4. 14.89 Wayne Boyd (54-804) 5. 14.00 Lynn Swinford (15-210) 14.00 Maurice Daughtry (6-84) 14.00 Russel Meeks (10-140) 8. 13.89 Alan Bonner (27-375) 9. 13.80 Darrell Prater (5-69) 10. 12.96 Ray Vinson (45-583)

INTERCEPTION RETURNS (CAREER)

HISTORY

PUNT RETURN TDS 1. 4 Danny Lee 2. 3 Rod Green 3. 2 Clay Green 2 Craig Agee 2 Terrell Johnson

Darrell Malone

RECORDS

2003-06 1976-79 1990-92 2009-A 1970-73 1995-98 1996-00 1964-66 1970-71 2006-08

1990-92 2009-10 2005 1991-95 1996-99 2006-08 1991-93 2009-A 1970 1987-90

REVIEW

PUNT RETURNS 1. 86 Craig Agee (86-981) 2. 72 Jerome Coleman (72-412) 3. 56 Danny Lee (56-875) 4. 55 Alan Bonner (55-677) 5. 54 Wayne Boyd (54-804) 54 Eurosius Parker (54-671) 7. 49 Delvin Hughley (49-543) 8. 45 Ray Vinson (45-583) 9. 36 Hassell Walls (36-264) 10. 32 Maurice Dupree (32-401)

AVERAGE YARDS PER KICK RETURN (minimum 5 attempts) 1. 31.53 Danny Lee (34-1072) 2. 30.82 Jamal Young (11-339) 3. 30.50 Darren Williams (6-183) 4. 29.50 Jason Reynolds (18-531) 5. 29.25 Joey Hamilton (8-234) 6. 26.93 Maurice Dupree (46-1239) 7. 25.80 Eric Stephens (10-258) 8. 25.50 Alan Bonner (26-663) 9. 24.73 James Landrum (11-272) 10. 24.57 Darrell Malone (23-565)

OPPONENTS

2003-06 1990-92 1970-73 2009-A 1995-98 1964-66 1996-00 1976-79 2006-08 2000-03

1990-92 2006-08

ABOUT JSU

PUNT RETURN YARDS 1. 981 Craig Agee (86-981) 2. 875 Danny Lee (56-875) 3. 804 Wayne Boyd (54-804) 4. 677 Alan Bonner (55-677) 5. 671 Eurosius Parker (54-671) 6. 583 Ray Vinson (45-583) 7. 543 Delvin Hughley (49-543) 8. 412 Jerome Coleman (72-412) 9. 401 Maurice Dupree (32-401) 10. 354 Neika Willis (31-354)

Clay Green (58-1368) A.W. Clark (52-1195) Amel Jackson (47-910) Maurice Dupree (46-1239) Roger Bell (46-951) Herman Bell (42-931) Kory Chapman (42-905) Eurosius Parker (36-783) Danny Lee (34-1072) Solomon Rivers (33-622)

COACHES

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. 47 Riley Reynolds (2-47) 7. 43 James Hicks (1-43) 8. 36 LeMarcus Rowell (1-36) 9. 35 Marcus Blandingburg (1-35) 10. 32 Cornell Buford (1-32)

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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

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

MOST FUMBLES FORCED 1. 6 Nicholls State 2. 4 at Florida State 4 at Louisiana-Lafayette 4 at Western Kentucky 4 Furman 4 Union 4 at Eastern Kentucky

Oct 25, 1997 Sept. 12, 2009 Nov. 11, 2000 Oct 07, 1995 Sep 01, 2005 Sep 17, 1999 Sep 30, 2006

MOST FUMBLES RECOVERED 1. 4 Nicholls State 4 at Nicholls State

Oct 25, 1997 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 at Austin Peay 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 Oct. 31, 2009 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

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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 Monte Lewis 2 Craig Agee 2 Alton Murphy 2 Taylor Mitchell 2 Eurosius Parker 2 Maxwell Thurmond 2 Neika Willis

at Florida State Furman Southwest Texas at Louisiana-Lafayette at Western Kentucky Nicholls State at Stephen F Austin

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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. 850 (539-311) 7. 844 (560-284) 8. 817 (556-261) 9. 813 (482-331) 10. 804 (608-196)

1995 1996 1999 1997 2000 2010 1998 2004 2009 2007

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. 247 (61-22/247) 2009 9. 236 (70-0/236) 1997 236 (76-0/236) 1995

FUMBLES RECOVERED 1. 24 1997 2. 18 2009 3. 17 2003 4. 16 1995 5. 15 1998 6. 13 2002 7. 12 2001 8. 11 2004 11 1999 11 2000

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. 539 (539-311)

1995 1999 1996 2007 2005 2003 2000 1998 2004 2010

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 (16-10/111) 20.0 (19-2/120) 9. 19.0 (16-6/119) 10. 17.0 (16-2/77)

1998 2003 2004 1995 2007 1997 2009 2005 2008 2001

ASSISTED TACKLES 1. 496 (612-496) 2. 442 (682-442) 3. 413 (525-413) 4. 370 (410-370) 5. 347 (561-347) 6. 331 (482-331) 7. 329 (408-329) 8. 320 (631-320) 9. 311 (539-311) 10. 288 (454-288)

2000 1995 2004 1999 2008 2005 1996 2010 2009 2007 2003

1996 1995 1997 2008 2000 2009 2002 1999 2010 2001

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 2. 66 3. 50 4. 47 5. 42 6. 35 35 8. 34 34 34 34

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

1998 1997 2006 2005 2007 2000 2008

Tackles for loss 1. 87.0 (87-0/257) 2. 81.0 (81.0/310) 3. 78.0 (78-0/302) 4. 76.0 (76-0/236) 5. 74.0 (74-0/251) 6. 72.0 (61-22/247) 72.0 (56-32/255) 8. 70.0 (70-0/329) 70.0 (70-0/236) 10. 68.0 (62-12/272)

2000 2010 2007 1995 1999 2009 2008 1998 1997 2004

FUMBLES FORCED 1. 23 1997 2. 15 1995 15 1998 4. 14 2009 5. 13 2005 13 1999 7. 12 2007 8. 11 2010 11 2001 10. 10 2000 10 2008 10 2002

BLOCKED KICKS 1. 8 2. 5 5 4. 4 5. 3 3

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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. 59 Rodney Garrott (12-3/59) 6. 52 David Mahaffey (12-0/52) 7. 46 LeMarcus Rowell (12-0/46) 8. 43 Jamison Wadley (8-1/43) 9. 40 Derrick Sistrunk (9-0/40) 10. 37 Aaron Jones (6-0/37) 37 Cornell Buford (10-0/37)

2007 1998 1998 1997 2010 1996 2006 2008 2003 2006 1999

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 Kevin Dix (5-0/32) 32 Jamison Wadley (5-0/32)

1998 1998 2007 1995 1997 2003 2009 2008

FUMBLES FORCED 1. 6 Rodney Garrott 2. 4 Mark Word 4 Tony Gordon 4 Craig Agee 4 Eric Mims 6. 3 Monte Lewis 3 Delvin Hughley 3 Eric Mims 3 Delvin Hughley 3 Eurosius Parker 3 Taylor Mitchell

2010 1998 1997 2005 1997 2009 2000 1996 1997 1995 1999

1995-97 1997-00 2006-09 1996-99 1997-00 2002-06 2001-04 1995-98 1999-02 2001-04

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. 168 Alexander Henderson (168-121) 6. 156 Jonathan Crutcher (156-81) 7. 153 Eurosius Parker (153-67) 8. 150 Cornell Buford (150-97) 9. 140 Russell Green (140-73) 10. 138 Delvin Hughley (138-67)

1997-00 1995-97 2002-06 1996-99 2006-09 2001-04 1995-98 1997-00 2001-04 1996-00

ASSISTED TACKLES 1. 151 Eric Mims (227-151) 2. 121 Alexander Henderson (168-121) 3. 119 Natarsha James (253-119) 4. 116 Alton Murphy (170-116) 5. 98 Warren Blair (113-98) 6. 97 Cornell Buford (150-97) 7. 86 Markee Coleman (130-86) 8. 81 Jonathan Crutcher (156-81) 9. 81 David Mahaffey (88-81) 10. 77 Alexander Henderson (104-77)

1995-97 2006-09 1997-00 1996-99 1995-97 1997-00 1999-02 2001-04 1995-96 2006-08

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 Brandt Thomas (18-6/85) 21.0 Calvin Nichols (21-0/83) 21.0 Jonathan Crutcher (16-10/65) 8. 20.5 Rodney Garrott (19-3/91) 20.5 LeMarcus Rowell (20-1/78) 10. 20.0 Cornell Buford (20-0/62) 20.0 Jermaine Hoyt (19-2/64)

1995-97 2005-07 1995-96 2002-05 2006-09 1998-99 2001-04 2009-A 2004,06 1997-00 1999-02

YARDS FROM TACKLES FOR LOSS 1. 136 Devin Phillips (27-0/136) 2. 124 Warren Blair (32-0/124) 3. 91 Rodney Garrott (19-3/91)

2005-07 1995-97 2009-A

FUMBLES FORCED 1. 8 Eric Mims 2. 7 Rodney Garrott 7 Delvin Hughley 4. 6 Eurosius Parker 5. 5 Taylor Mitchell 5 Tony Gordon 5 Craig Agee 8. 4 Maxwell Thurmond 4 Devin Phillips 4 Mark Word 4 Warren Blair 4 Alton Murphy

1995-97 2009-A 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 7 Alexander Henderson 4. 6 Eric Mims 6 Jonathan Crutcher 6. 4 Jawaan Booker 4 Carnell Clark 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 2006-09 1995-97 2001-04 2008-A 2006-09 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. 25 T.J. Heath 4. 24 Natarsha James 5. 18 Carnell Clark 6. 17 Tony Gordon 7. 13 Dexter Sistrunk 13 Markee Coleman 9. 12 Eric Mims

1996-00 1995-98 2007-10 1997-00 2006-09 1995-97 2002-04 1999-02 1995-97

QB HURRIES 1. 27 2. 17 3. 15 4. 13 5. 12 6. 11 7. 8 8 9. 7 7 7

1998 1998-99 1998-99 1995-97 2003-06 2004-07 2005-07 1995-97 2006-08 1997-99 2005-07

Mark Word Calvin Nichols Dedrick Riley Warren Blair Greg Green John Scott Aaron Jones Zevon Garth Brandt Thomas Gavin Davis Devin Phillips

BLOCKED KICKS 1. 8 Taurean Rhetta 2. 3 Darrell Prater 3. 2 several, last by T.J. Heath

OVC

1998 1995 1997 1998 2007

TOTAL TACKLES 1. 378 Eric Mims (227-151) 2. 372 Natarsha James (253-119) 3. 289 Alexander Henderson (168-121) 4. 286 Alton Murphy (170-116) 5. 247 Cornell Buford (150-97) 6. 238 Kenny Brown (176-62) 7. 237 Jonathan Crutcher (156-81) 8. 220 Eurosius Parker (153-67) 9. 216 Markee Coleman (130-86) 10. 213 Russell Green (140-73)

1995-97 2005-07 1998 1998-99 2002-05 2005-07 1995 2006-09 2003-06 2007-09

HISTORY

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)

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) 51 Brandt Thomas (6-4/51) 10. 49 Greg Green (7-2/49) 49 Santez Mays (6-4/49)

RECORDS

2007 1998 1998 1997 2010 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 2007-09 2004-06 2003-06 1995

REVIEW

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. 13.5 Rodney Garrott (12-3/59) 6. 12.0 LeMarcus Rowell (12-0/46) 12.0 David Mahaffey (12-0/52) 8. 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 Santez Mays (6-4/49) 8.0 LeMarcus Rowell (8-0/45) 8.0 Greg Green (7-2/49) 8.0 Riley Reynolds (7-2/52)

OPPONENTS

1997 2008 1996 1996 1995 1996 1996 1996 2000

1998 1998 1998 1997 2006

Mark Word Calvin Nichols Dedrick Riley Warren Blair Greg Green

1995-96 2006-09 1998-99 2002-05 1998 2004,06 2008-A

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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 2. 17 3. 15 4. 13 5. 10

David Mahaffey (23-0/85) Brandt Thomas (18-6/85) Calvin Nichols (21-0/83) Derrick Sistrunk (20-3/82) Mark Word (14-0/80) LeMarcus Rowell (20-1/78) Morrell Jones (18-3/76)

COACHES

1995 1999 1997 1996 2000 1995 2009 2000 1999 1996

2000 2000 1995 1995 1996 2009 1995 2000

85 85 83 82 80 78 76

GAMECOCKS

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. 66 Alexander Henderson (66-49) 8. 64 Eril McCollough (64-23) 64 Cornell Buford (64-39) 10. 63 Kelcey Lucas (63-44)

PASS BREAKUPS 1. 14 Delvin Hughley 2. 11 Natarsha James 11 Darron Edwards 11 Eurosius Parker 11 Eurosius Parker 6. 10 T.J. Heath 10 Tony Gordon 10 Eriles McCollough

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1997 1996 1995 2009 2000 1999 1996 1995 1999 2008

2009 2002 1997 1997 1998

INTRO

TOTAL TACKLES 1. 145 Eric Mims (81-64) 2. 129 Eric Mims (79-50) 3. 122 Sidney Tyus (84-38) 4. 115 Alexander Henderson (66-49) 5. 111 Natarsha James (73-38) 6. 110 Natarsha James (82-28) 7. 107 Kelcey Lucas (63-44) 8. 104 Eric Mims (67-37) 9. 103 Cornell Buford (64-39) 103 Alexander Henderson (52-51)

FUMBLES RECOVERED 1. 5 Alexander Henderson 2. 4 Dewayne Cuffie 4 Alton Murphy 4 Eric Mims 4 Mark Word

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JSU versus Ranked Opponents (Since 1995) Year 1995 1996 1996 1996 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1998 1998 1998 1998

Opponent #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 #14 Troy State

Result 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 L, 31-7

Year 1999 1999 1999 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2002 2002

Opponent #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 #2 McNeese State #3 Northwestern State

Result 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 L, 28-22 W, 19-10

Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2008 2008 2009 2010 2010

Opponent #4 Georgia Southern at #8 Western Kentucky at #2 Furman #2 Furman #22 Eastern Illinois at #5 Furman at #17 Eastern Illinois #25 Eastern Illinois at #16 Eastern Illinois #15 Tennessee State #24 Eastern Illinois #7 Southeast Missouri State #7 Wofford

Result L, 41-3 L, 45-7 L, 49-7 L, 37-35 L, 10-6 L, 17-13 L, 28-24 L, 36-23 W, 23-10 W, 26-21 L, 28-20 W, 29-27 L, 17-14

Jacksonville State in the Polls Division II No. 8 No. 12 No. 9 No. 8 No. 7 No. 4 No. 4 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 4 No. 6 No. 6 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 5 No. 14 No. 10 No. 9 No. 6 No. 3 No. 3 No. 8 No. 8 No. 7 No. 4 No. 4 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 3 No. 2 No. 2 No. 2 No. 4 No. 3 No. 9 No. 20 No. 13 No. 12 No. 10 No. 5 No. 5 No. 3 No. 3

1970 Final Poll 1973 Final Poll 1977 Final Poll Sept. 30, 1980 Oct. 7, 1980 Oct. 14, 1980 Oct. 21, 1980 Oct. 28, 1980 Nov. 4, 1980 Nov. 11, 1980 Nov. 18, 1980 1980 Final Poll Nov. 9, 1981 Nov. 16, 1981 1981 Final Poll Oct. 30, 1982 1982 Final Poll Sept. 15, 1987 Sept. 29, 1987 Sept. 26, 1988 Oct. 3, 1988 Oct. 10, 1988 Oct. 17, 1988 Oct. 24, 1988 Oct. 31, 1988 1988 Final Poll 1989 Preseason Poll Sept. 11, 1989 Sept. 18, 1989 Sept. 25, 1989 Oct. 2, 1989 Oct. 9, 1989 Oct. 16, 1989 Oct. 23, 1989 Oct. 30, 1989 Nov. 6, 1989 1990 Preseason Poll Sept. 17, 1990 Sept. 24, 1990 Oct. 15, 1990 Oct. 22, 1990 Oct. 29, 1990 1990 Final Poll 1991 Preseason Poll Sept. 16, 1991 Sept. 23, 1991 Sept. 30, 1991

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Oct. 7, 1991 Oct. 14, 1991 Oct. 21, 1991 Oct. 28, 1991 Nov. 4, 1991 1991 Final Poll 1992 Preseason Poll Sept. 14, 1992 Sept. 21, 1992 Sept. 28, 1992 Oct. 5, 1992 Oct. 12, 1992 Oct. 19, 1992 Oct. 26, 1992 Nov. 2, 1992 1992 Final Poll

NCAA FCS 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

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

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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 Preseason, 2009 Preseason, 2009 September 7, 2009 September 7, 2009 September 14, 2009 September 14, 2009 September 21, 2009 September 21, 2009 September 28, 2009 September 28, 2009 October 5, 2009 October 5, 2009 October 12, 2009 October 12, 2009 October 19, 2009 October 19, 2009 October 26, 2009 October 26, 2009 November 1, 2009 November 1, 2009 November 9, 2009 November 9, 2009 November 16, 2009 November 16, 2009

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November 23, 2009 November 23, 2009 December 21, 2009 December 21, 2009 Preseason, 2010 Preseason, 2010 September 6, 2010 September 6, 2010 September 13, 2010 September 13, 2010 September 20, 2010 September 20, 2010 September 27, 2010 September 27, 2010 October 4, 2010 October 4, 2010 October 11, 2010 October 11, 2010 October 18, 2010 October 18, 2010 October 25, 2010 October 25, 2010 November 1, 2010 November 1, 2010 November 8, 2010 November 8, 2010 November 15, 2010 November 15, 2010 November 21, 2010 November 21, 2010 January 10, 2011

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Nail-Biting Finishes The Gamecocks have recorded 13 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

Oct. 28, 2006 - JSU 17, Tennessee Tech 10 (OT) OT - Matt Hardin 17-yard pass to Taurean Rhetta

Nov. 15, 2008 - JSU 26, Tennessee State 21 0:13- Calvin Middleton 1-yard rush

OVC

Sept. 4, 2010 - JSU 49, Ole Miss 48 2 OT- Coty Blanchard 30-yard pass to Kevyn Cooper Coty Blanchard 2-point conversion pass to Calvin Middleton

HISTORY

Oct. 4, 2007 - JSU 27, Tennessee-Martin 24 1:46- Cedric Johnson 8-yard pass to Taurean Rhetta

RECORDS

Sept. 28, 2004 - JSU 30, Eastern Kentucky 23 0:31 - Maurice Mullins 3-yard pass to Jarvis Houston

REVIEW

Sept. 29, 2002 - JSU 35, Tennessee Tech 29 0:28 - Kory Chapman 7-yard rush

OPPONENTS

1-0 2-0 3-0 4-0 5-0 5-1 6-1 6-2 6-3 7-3 7-4 7-5 7-6 7-7 7-8 8-8 9-8 9-9 9-10 9-11 9-12 10-12 10-13 10-14 11-14 11-15 12-15 13-15 14-15 15-15 16-15 16-16 17-16 17-17 17-18 18-18 19-18 20-18 21-18 22-18 23-18 24-18 25-18 25-19 25-20 25-21 25-22 26-22 27-22 27-23 27-24 28-24 29-24 29-25 29-26 30-26 31-26 32-26 32-27 33-27 34-27 35-27 35-28 36-28 37-28 38-28 38-29 39-29 40-29 40-30 40-31 41-31 41-32 42-32 43-32 44-32 45-32 46-32 47-32 48-32 49-32 49-33 50-33 50-34 50-35

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COACHES

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GAMECOCKS

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 Lost, 37-17 Lost, 19-9 Won, 52-7 Lost, 28-20 Won, 55-28 Won, 34-26 Won, 49-48 (2OT) Won, 21-17 Won, 34-27 (OT) Won, 40-34 Won, 24-0 Won 56-3 Lost, 49-37 Won, 29-27 Lost, 35-24 Lost, 17-14

OUTLOOK

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 Mississippi College (DII Champ) Pittsburgh State (DII Champ) Pittsburgh State (DII Champ) 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 at Georgia Tech at Florida State UT Martin Eastern Illinois Tennessee Tech Eastern Kentucky at Ole Miss UT Chattanooga at Georgia State Murray State Tennessee State Austin Peay at Eastern Kentucky #7 Southeast Missouri at Tennessee Tech #7 Wofford

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Sept. 11, 2010 - JSU 21, UT Chattanooga 17 1:16 - Marques Ivory 72-yard pass to James Shaw Sept. 23, 2010 - JSU 34, Georgia State 28 OT - Marques Ivory 2-yard rush Nov. 13, 2010 - JSU 29, Southeast Missouri State 27 0:11 - Marques Ivory 17-yard pass to Alan Bonner

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Annual Champion-Rushing 1947-John Williams, 931 yards on 150 carries

Annual Champion-Punting 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

2007-Gavin Hallford, 2.0 per game

Annual Champion-Scoring Defense

OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

GAMECOCKS

Annual Champion-Field Goals

COACHES

OUTLOOK

INTRO

1981-Gregg Lowery, 43.5 yard avg. on 64 punts

Single Season Average

2nd-1992, Danny Lee, 39.4 yard avg. on 12 returns

1989-7.0 points per game

Single Season Average

2nd-1992, Danny Lee, 39.4 yard avg. on 12 returns

Annual Champion-Punt Returns 2004-18.64 yard average on 25 returns

Career Leader – Blocked Punts 8 – Taurean Rhetta, 2004-07

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

Jesse Baker, DL

Texas vs the Nation 2009 2010

Ryan Perrilloux, QB Curt Porter, OL

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JSU vs Division I-A schools 1994 1995 1996 1996 1997 2000 2001 2001 2002 2003 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2009 2010

at NE Louisiana, Won 32-28 at Arkansas State, Lost 37-6 at UAB, Lost 24-17 at NE Louisiana, Lost 31-28 at UAB, Lost 34-16 at Louisiana-Lafayette, Won 28-14 at Arkansas State, Won 31-28 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 at Georgia Tech, Lost 37-17 at Florida State, Lost 19-9 at Ole Miss, Won, 49-48 (2OT)


JSU ALL-AMERICANS

OPPONENTS

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ABOUT JSU

Joe Billingsley Judge Stringer Joe Billingsley Gregg Lowery Ed Lett Ed Lett Simon Shephard Jesse Baker Butch Barker Jesse Baker Butch Barker Gary Wagner Calvin Word Calvin Word Boyce Callahan Alan Paseur Bruce Nichols Jimmy Champion Terry Harris Ray Vinson Al Carter Bill Nichols Jimmy Glasgow Billy Hicks Al Woodham Jodie Connell John Williams Blackie Heath

COACHES

1988 1988 1986 1982 1982 1981 1980 1978 1978 1977 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1967 1966 1961 1958 1957 1955 1954 1953 1947 1946

GAMECOCKS

OL QB DB OL DB PK C RB OL RB P OT P OL DB QB RS DE DB DQ LB DT LB RS DE RS DT DT

OUTLOOK

Curt Porter Ryan Perrilloux T.J. Heath Tylor Chambers Carnell Clark Gavin Hallford Rod Olds Clay Green John Pettus Oscar Bonds Richie Rhodes Deon White Richie Rhodes Jeremy Sullivan Delvin Hughley Montressa Kirby Eurosious Parker Mark Word Eric Mims Darron Edwards Ja’Karl Barnett Curtis McDaniel Ja’Karl Barnett Danny Lee Wendell Kelley Danny Lee John Sanders Orlando Adams

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2010 2009 2009 2009 2008 2007 2005 2005 2004 2004 2003 2002 2001 2001 2000 1998 1998 1998 1996 1995 1993 1993 1992 1992 1992 1991 1991 1989

REVIEW RECORDS HISTORY OVC

Ed Lett

Ray Vinson with Coach Jim Blevins.

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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.

OVC

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RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

John Williams 1947

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.

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 All-American 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 All-American 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 BlueGray 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 All-America 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.

Al Carter 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.

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Ray Vinson 1966

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.

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.

Boyce Callahan 1973

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.

Calvin Word 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.


JSU ALL-AMERICANS

Gary Wagner 1976

Judge Stringer 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.

Jesse Baker

Orlando Adams

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.

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.

1977 • 1978

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.

COACHES

Danny Lee 1991 • 1992

Ed Lett

Wendell Kelley

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.

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.

Greg Lowery

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.

1980

1992 • 1993

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1986 • 1988

Joe Billingsley continued a long tradition of dominating offensive linemen from Jax State. A 6-1, 290pound 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.

Ja’Karl Barnett

HISTORY

Joe Billingsley

RECORDS

1982

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 four-year career, he punted the ball 278 times, still the most in Jax State history. Following his JSU career, Lowery signed with the Atlanta Falcons.

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1981 • 1982

OPPONENTS

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.

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.

ABOUT JSU

Simon Shephard

John Sanders

GAMECOCKS

1977 • 1978

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.

1989

OUTLOOK

Butch Barker

INTRO

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.

Curtis McDaniel 1993

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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Darron Edwards 1995

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ABOUT JSU

COACHES

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OUTLOOK

INTRO

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 instate 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.

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 AllConference four times and Conference Player-of-the-Week seven times in his career.

Eric Mims

Deon White

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.

Deon White was named All-America in 2002 after earning first-team All-Southland 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 third-ranked Northwestern State.

1997

Mark Word 1998

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.

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 AllConference 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.

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2002

Oscar Bonds 2004

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.

John Pettus 2004

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.

Craig Agee 2004

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.

Clay Green 2005

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.


JSU ALL-AMERICANS

Rod Olds

Curt Porter

Rod Olds was named All-American after his senior season after helping the Gamecocks lead the Ohio Valley Conference in rushing with 215.3 yards per game. Olds started every game at center and anchored a Gamecock offensive line that produced All-American Clay Green, who rushed for 1,352 yards in a season. The Panama City, Fla. native help the Gamecocks roll up 3,964 yards of total offense, an average of 360.4 yards per game. Jax State also scored 41 touchdowns and finished the season with 292 points for an average of 26.5 per game.

Curt Porter was named All-American by both The Associated Press and The Sports Network in 2010 after helping the Gamecocks to a 9-3 overall record, including a thrilling 49-48 double-overtime win at Ole Miss to open the season. The Fayette, Ala., native was a first-team All-Ohio Valley Conference selection after helping the Gamecocks into the second round of the NCAA playoffs. The senior lineman graded out at 92 percent for the season, and led the team with 81 knockdowns from his offensive tackle position. He was first on the team with 761 snaps, 24 pancakes and finished with 293 bonus points. Porter was also one of four captains on the 2010 Gamecock team. He was named first-team All-America by the Associated Press and second-team by The Sports Network and he was also selected to play in the Texas vs the Nation All-Star game.

2005

2007

OUTLOOK

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.

INTRO

Gavin Hallford

2010

GAMECOCKS

Carnell Clark 2008

COACHES

Carnell 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.

ABOUT JSU

Tylor Chambers 2009

OPPONENTS

Tylor Chambers was named All-American as a sophomore in 2009 after grading better than 88 percent at his offensive guard position. The Hixson, Tenn., native finished with 103 knockdowns, 42 pancake blocks and more than 210 bonus points for the Gamecocks after playing 586 snaps this season. He helped the Gamecocks lead the Ohio Valley Conference in rushing offense (188.82), total offense (431.09), passing efficiency (161.19) and scoring offense (35.0) and was an All-OVC selection.

REVIEW

T.J. Heath 2009

RECORDS

T.J. Heath was named All-American by both the Associated Press and The Sports Network in 2009 after leading the Ohio Valley Conference in passes defended. He led the Gamecocks with six interceptions, including returning two for touchdowns against UT Martin, to set a Gamecock school record. The junior defensive back also led the team with 10 pass break-ups and also forced a fumble and blocked a kick. He recorded 34 total tackles on the season, including 20 solo stops. He was named second-team All-America by the Associated Press and third-team by The Sports Network.

HISTORY

Ryan Perrilloux 2009

OVC

Ryan Perrilloux earned All-American third-team honors by The Sports Network in 2009 after being named the Ohio Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Year. The senior quarterback led the conference in passing efficiency (172.58) and ranked fourth nationally in points responsible for (18.6 points/game). He also set several single-season school records, including touchdowns responsible for (31), total offense per game (279.3) and total offense per play (8.36). He finished his two-year career as Jax State’s career leader in passing yards per game (222.3) and total offense per game (260.9) and had a career passing efficiency of 154.9. The LaPlace, La., native finished the season with 2,350 yards, which was the third best in school history, and won Offensive Player of the Week honors seven times in 2009, which is an OVC record, and he claimed the honor nine times during his two-year career to tie for the most-ever in the league’s 61-year history.

Curt Porter www.JSUGamecockSports.com

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Curt Porter T.J. Heath Ryan Perrilloux Torey Davis Maurice 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

Denver Jacksonville Minnesota Tampa Bay 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

Reginald Goodloe Ed Lett Walter Broughton Ralph Battle Joe Hartsfield Gregg Lowery Cedric Brownlee Derick Whitely James Moreen Jesse Baker Keith Martin Terry Grammer Calvin Word John Chaney Bobby Germany Pat Trussell Carey Chandler Dieter Brock Gordon Knowlton Bruce Nichols Mike Webster David Robinson Bubba Long Terry Harris Richard Drawdy Ray Vinson Terry Owens Mike Mann Ray Gentles Wayne Keahey Jerry McGee Jim Glasgow Billy Hicks Phillip Smith Carl Harrison Dean Akin

Baltimore Hamilton Buffalo Cincinnati Birmingham Atlanta N.Y. Giants Atlanta N.Y. Giants Houston Dallas Winnipeg Dallas N.Y. Giants Kansas City Birmingham Birmingham Winnipeg Montreal Dallas Philadelphia Kansas City Dallas San Diego Winnipeg San Diego San Diego Houston Houston Denver Oakland Montreal Montreal Detroit Chicago Pittsburgh

Delvin Hughley

Gregg Lowery

Reginald Goodloe

Walter Broughton

Deon White

Reggie Poole

Gamecocks in the Super Bowl Player (years lettered at JSU)

NFL Team

Keith McKeller (1986) Buffalo Eric Davis (1986-88) San Francisco

Super Bowl

XXV - Jan. 27, 1991 XXVI - Jan. 25, 1992 XXVII - Jan. 31, 1993 XXIX - Jan. 29, 1995

HISTORY

1984 1984 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

Gamecocks in the Grey Cup Player (years lettered at JSU)

CFL Team

Grey Cup

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RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

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OUTLOOK

INTRO

PRO SIGNEES

Dieter Brock (1972-73) Montressa Kirby (1995-98)

Winnipeg/Hamilton Hamilton

1984 1999

Pro Bowl Selections Player (years lettered at JSU)

Team

Dieter Brock (1972-73) L.A. Rams Eric Davis (1986-88) San Francisco Carolina

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1980 1981 1982 1995 1996


ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE 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 2005 2005 2005 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003 2003

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

ABOUT JSU

John Scott Zach Walden Jeremy Wilson Oscar Bonds Michael Darden Michael Johnson Skylar Mansfield 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

COACHES

2008 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2005

Academic All-Southland Conference Jeremy Sullivan Kerry Gleaton Brad Hopkins Josh Miller Adam Ross Jeremy Sullivan Haneef Haaq Richie Rhodes

Butch Barker, TE

FCS ADA Scholar Athlete of the Year Josh Cain, DB

OVC

NCAA Post Graduate Scholarship Winners

1977 1978 1991 2009

HISTORY

Butch Barker, TE Butch Barker, TE Paul Bishop, OL Josh Cain, DB

RECORDS

CoSIDA Academic All-Americans

1999 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2002 2002

REVIEW

1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999

OPPONENTS

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 Michael Romano Adam Ross

GAMECOCKS

Robert Zalanka Ellis Bennett Joshua Cain Joshua Carroll Chris Findley Gavin Hallford Al Jefferson Justin Kirby Chris Lovett Zach Walden Robert Zalanka Josh Cain Josh Carroll Greg Green Michael Johnson Andrew Robinson Brett Rushing John Scott Zach Walden Tommy Joe Whiddon Josh Cain Skylar Mansfield Brett Rushing

OUTLOOK

2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008

INTRO

Cole Doolittle Jason Horton Monte Lewis Jamison Wadley Laray Williams Josh Cain Josh Carroll Justin Kirby Michael Owens Curt Porter Greg Smith Jamison Wadley La’Ray Williams Steven Beegle Josh Cain Joshua Carroll Tylor Chambers Michael Ellis Marques Ivory Matthew Jones Justin Kirby Chris Lovett Curt Porter

1977

2010

Josh Cain became the first Ohio Valley Conference player to be named the FCS ADA Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2010. He is pictured with NACDA’s Pat Manik. www.JSUGamecockSports.com

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GAMECOCK SEASON OPENERS 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 University High Howard Alabama Presb. Alabama Presb. Rome Gadsden Howard Blountsville Ag. Guntersville Alabama Presb. Howard Ft. McClellan Howard Anniston Ind. Centre Gadsden Ind. Marion Howard Camp McClellan Chattanooga Chattanooga Middle Tenn. Cumberland Tenn. Weslyan Sewanee Athens Cumberland Howard Tampa Union Tennessee Tech Middle Tenn. Union

W/L JSU-OPP Record L 0-51 0-1 L 0-32 0-2 L 0-11 0-3 L 0-16 0-4 L 0-5 0-5 T 0-0 0-5-1 L 0-8 0-6-1 W 27-13 1-6-1 W 11-6 2-6-1 L 3-13 2-7-1 L 0-27 2-8-1 W 27-0 3-8-1 T 0-0 3-8-2 L 6-12 3-9-2 W 35-0 4-9-2 W 55-0 5-9-2 L 7-18 5-10-2 L 0-27 5-11-2 W 50-0 6-11-2 L 0-50 6-12-2 L 3-72 6-13-2 L 0-13 6-14-2 W 18-6 7-14-2 W 14-13 8-14-2 L 0-25 8-15-2 T 6-6 8-15-3 W 6-0 9-15-3 L 0-31 9-16-3 L 2-6 9-17-3 L 0-24 9-18-3 L 0-33 9-19-3 L 0-37 9-20-3 L 0-7 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 1976

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 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 W 30-7 27-34-6

Year 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Opponent W/L JSU-OPP Record 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 at Georgia Tech L 37-17 45-48-8 at Ole Miss W 49-48 (20T) 46-48-8

HOMECOMING RECORDS 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

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

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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

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 2009 2010

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 Eastern Illinois Austin Peay

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 L 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 28-20 56-3

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 53-9-2 54-9-2


THE LAST TIME... 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

2010 2008 2009 2007 2006 2000 1993 1993

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

2010 2008 2009 2009 2006 2002 2000 1994

7-0 7-1 7-2 7-3 7-4

2010 2004 1990 2009 1998

8-0 8-1 8-2 8-3 8-4

2010 2010 1990 2009 2003

9-0 9-1 9-2 9-3

1991 2010 2010 2010

10-0 10-1 10-2

1991 1992 1988

11-0 11-1 11-2 11-3

1991 1992 1977 1977

12-0 12-1

1991 1992

13-0 13-1

1989 1989

14-0

never

www.JSUGamecockSports.com

OVC

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. TennesseeMartin Oct. 11, 2003 (29-298 yds.) Rushed for 150 yards in a game.....Jamal Young at Eastern Illinois on Sept. 25, 2010 (18-162) Rushed for 100 yards in a game....Calvin Middleton at Tennessee Tech on Nov. 20, 2010 (26-120) 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,

HISTORY

A JSU Player…

RECORDS

Had over 20 first downs...vs #7 SEMO on Nov. 3, 2010 (22) Had over 25 first downs...at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (27) Had over 30 first downs...at Murray State on Oct. 10, 2009 (33) Had 400 yards rushing...vs UTC on Sept. 10, 2004 (434) Had 300 yards rushing...vs Austin Peay on Oct. 23, 2010 (307) 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....vs Tennessee Tech on Nov. 11, 2009 (5) Had 4 or more rushing TD’s.....vs Tennessee Tech on Nov. 11, 2009 (4) Had 450 yards passing.....at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (465) Had 400 yards passing.....at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (465) Had 350 yards passing...at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (465) Had 300 yards passing......at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (465) Had 50 pass attempts.....at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (52) Had 30 pass completions...at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (33) Had 5 TD’s passing.....at Nicholls State on Sept. 26, 2009 (5) Had 4 TD’s passing......vs Austin Peay on Oct. 23, 2010 (4) Had 3 TD’s passing......at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (3) Scored 70 points.....vs. Cumberland University Aug 30, 2001 (72) Scored 60 points..... at Nicholls State on Sept. 26, 2009 (60) Scored 50 points... vs Austin Peay on Oct. 23, 2010 (56) Scored 40 points.....vs Austin Peay on Oct. 23, 2010 (56)

REVIEW

A JSU Team…

OPPONENTS

2010 2008 2009 2007 2005 2000 1952

2010 2004 1998 2009 2007 2007

ABOUT JSU

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

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

COACHES

2010 2008 2009 2007 2005 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999

2010 2001 2008 2009 2006 2002 2002

GAMECOCKS

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

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

OUTLOOK

2009 2009 2005 1996 1996 1939 1939 1931 1931 never

Held an opponent scoreless......vs Tennessee State on Oct. 16, 2010 (24-0) Held an opponent scoreless at JSU Stadium....vs Tennessee State on Oct. 16, 2010 (24-0) Held an opponent to 10 first downs.....at Nicholls State on Sept. 26, 2009 (10) Held an opponent to 300 yards total offense.....vs Austin Peay on Oct. 23, 2010 (157) Held an opponent to 200 yards.......vs Austin Peay on Oct. 23, 2010 (157) Held an opponent to 150 yards.......at Austin Peay on Oct. 31, 2009 (129) Held an opponent to 100 yards rushing........vs Austin Peay on Oct. 23, 2010 (67) Held an opponent to 50 yards rushing......at #16 Eastern Illinois on Sept. 27, 2008 (20) Held an opponent to 100 yards passing........vs Austin Peay on Oct. 23, 2010 (90) Held an opponent to 50 yards passing........at Austin Peay on Oct. 31, 2009 (23) Recovered 5 fumbles......West Georgia on Sept. 7, 1996 (5) Recovered 4 fumbles......at Nicholls State on Sept. 21, 2002 Intercepted 5 passes......at Chattanooga on Sept. 20, 2008 (5) Intercepted 4 passes.....at Chattanooga on Sept. 20, 2008 (5) Held an opponent without a TD.....vs Austin Peay on Oct. 23, 2010 Held an opponent without an offensive TD.....vs Austin Peay on Oct. 23, 2010 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.....at Tennessee Tech on Nov. 20, 2010 (12130) Had 100 Penalty yards.......at Tennessee Tech on Nov. 20, 2010 (12-130) Had no penalties.....vs Chattanooga on Sept. 8, 2007 Had 35 minutes time of possession......at Eastern Illinois on Sept. 25, 2010 (35:05) Had 40 minutes time of possession......at Georgia State on Sept. 26, 2010 (48:09) Had 45 minutes time of possession......at Georgia State on Sept. 26, 2010 (48:09) Played an overtime game......at Georgia State on Sept. 26, 2010 (W 34-27) 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 defensive TD on opponents first two drives of the game ..... vs UT Martin on Oct. 3, 2009 (T.J. Heath 26-yard INT return with 13:30; T.J. Heath 55-yard INT return with 8:55 left in first quarter enroute to 52-7 win Scored a safety......at #16 Eastern Illinois on Sept. 27, 2008 (1st Quarter)

INTRO

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

Had 80 total plays .....at Tennessee Tech on Nov. 20, 2010 (82) Had 500 yards total offense....vs Austin Peay on Oct. 23, 2010 (539) Had 600 yards total offense........vs Samford on Nov. 6, 2004 (646) Had 350 yards total offense in a half........vs Austin Peay on Oct. 23, 2010 (38-362 in first half) Had 300 yards total offense in a half.....vs Austin Peay on Oct. 23, 2010 (38-362 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 Tennessee Tech on Nov. 20, 2010 Had 100 yard receiver....at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (Jeffrey Cameron, 10-190) 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 Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (9) Had 10 or more receivers catch a pass....at Nicholls State on Sept. 26, 2009 (10) Had a 100 yard rusher...vs #7 SEMO on Nov. 3, 2010 (Darius Barksdale, 20-113) Had two 100 yard rushers...at Chattanooga on Sept. 20, 2008 (Tremayne Coger 123, Daniel Jackson 111) Returned punt for a TD......at Alabama A&M on Sept. 19, 2009 (Alan Bonner, 64 yards) Returned kickoff for a TD..... vs Murray State on Oct. 2, 2010 (Alan Bonner, 92 yards - t-7th longest in school history) Returned an INT for TD.....at Austin Peay on Oct. 31, 2009 (A.J. Davis, 55 yards - 4th quarter) Returned Two INTs for TD.....vs UT Martin on Oct. 3, 2009 (T.J. Heath, 55 yards and 26 yards) Returned fumble for TD.....at Ole Miss on Sept. 4, 2010 (Jamison Wadley 15 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. 7, 200 (T.J. Heath - 1st quarter) Blocked TWO punts...at Murray State on Sept. 29, 2007 (Taurean Rhetta-2) Had a Fake Punt..... at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (1st Quarter/3rd Quarter) Blocked a field goal......vs. Tennessee State Nov. 15, 2008 (Monte’ Lewis & Brandt Thomas - 3rd Quarter) 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 UT Martin on Oct. 9, 2010 (James Esco-blocked) Had a PAT blocked.....at UT Martin on Oct. 9, 2010 Scored on a Fake FG...vs Tennessee State on Oct. 21, 2006 (Taurean Rhetta, 24 yard rush) Had a punt blocked.......at Austin Peay on Oct. 31, 2009 (2nd quarter) Had a field goal blocked......at Tennessee Tech on Nov. 20, 2010 (1st quarter) Was held scoreless.......vs. Troy State Nov. 18, 2000 (28-0) Was held scoreless at JSU Stadium......vs Troy State Nov. 18, 2000 (28-0)

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OUTLOOK

INTRO

THE LAST TIME... 2008 Rushed for 100 yards in consecutive games....Daniel Jackson, 2008 Rushed for 150 yards in consecutive games.....Kory Chapman, 2003 Rushed for five or more TDs in a game....Rondy Rogers at Stephen F. Austin Oct. 13, 2001 (5) Rushed for four or more TDs in a game....Cedric Johnson at Austin Peay on Oct. 11, 2007 (4) Rushed for three or more TDs in a game.....Alphonso Freeney vs Austin Peay on Oct. 23, 2010 (3) Rushed for three or more TDs in a Quarter.....Jamal Young at Eastern Illinois on Sept. 25, 2010 (18-162) (3 in 2nd Quarter) Passed for 400 yards in a game......Marques Ivory at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 6, 2010 (444 yds) Passed for 300 yards in a game......Marques Ivory at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 6, 2010 (444 yds) Attempted 50 passes in a game.......Reggie Stancil vs. Stephen F. Austin Oct. 30, 1999 (53) Attempted 40 passes in a game.......Marques Ivory at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 6, 2010 (49) Threw five TDs in a game...........Montressa Kirby vs. Southwest Missouri Sept. 6, 1997 Threw four TDs in a game..........Ryan Perrilloux vs UT Martin on Oct. 3, 2009 (4) Threw four TDs in consecutive games..........Ryan Perrilloux vs UT Martin on Oct. 3, 2009 (4); vs Nicholls State on Sept. 26, 2009 (4) Threw three TDs in a game........Marques Ivory at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 6, 2010 (3) Threw three TDs in FOUR consecutive games........Ryan Perrilloux at Murray State on Oct. 10, 2009 (3); vs UT Martin on Oct. 3, 2009 (4); at Nicholls State on Sept. 26, 2009 (4); at Alabama A&M on Sept. 19 (3) Threw three TDs in THREE consecutive games........Ryan Perrilloux at Murray State on Oct. 10, 2009 (3); vs UT Martin on Oct. 3, 2009 (4); at Nicholls State on Sept. 26, 2009 (4) Threw three TDs in consecutive games........Ryan Perrilloux at Murray State (3) on Oct. 10, 2009; vs UT Martin on Oct. 3, 2009 (4); Had 400 yards total offense in a game.......Marques Ivory at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 6, 2010 (465) Accounted for five or more TDs in a game......Ryan Perrilloux vs Tennessee Tech on Nov. 11, 2009 (3 passing, 2 rushing) Accounted for five or more TDs in consecutive games......Ryan Perrilloux at Alabama A&M (3 passing, 2 rushing) on Sept. 19, 2009; at Nicholls State (4 passing, 1 rushing) on Sept. 26, 2009 Accounted for four or more TDs in a game......Marques Ivory at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 6, 2010 (3 passing, 1 rushing) Accounted for four or more TDs in consecutive games......Ryan Perrilloux at Alabama A&M (3 passing, 2 rushing) on Sept. 19, 2009; at Nicholls State (4 passing, 1 rushing) on Sept. 26, 2009 Accounted for four or more TDs in THREE consecutive games...... Ryan Perrilloux at Alabama A&M (3 passing, 2 rushing) on Sept. 19, 2009; at Nicholls State (4 passing, 1 rushing) on Sept. 26, 2009; vs UT Martin (4 passing) on Oct. 3, 2009 Accounted for three or more TDs in a game......Marques Ivory at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 6, 2010 (3 pass/1 rushing) Caught 10 or more passes in a game............Jeffrey Cameron at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (10-190 yards) Caught 7 or more passes in a game..............Jeffrey Cameron at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (10-190 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......Jeffrey Cameron at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (10-190) Had 100 or more yards receiving in a game......Jeffrey Cameron at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (10-190) Caught three or more TD passes in a game........Joey Hamilton vs. Union College Sept. 17, 1999 (3) Had three interceptions in a game......T.J. Heath vs UT Martin on Oct. 3, 2009 (3) Had two interceptions in a game......T.J. Heath vs UT Martin on Oct. 3, 2009 (3)

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Returned an interception for a TD in a game......A.J. Davis at Austin Peay on Oct. 31, 2009 (55 yards in 4th qtr.) Returned two interceptions for a TD in a game......T.J. Heath vs UT Martin on Oct. 3, 2009 (2) (55 yards and 27 yards in 1st qtr.) Recovered two fumbles in a game......Jonathan Crutcher vs. Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 27, 2003 Scored two defensive TDs in a game......T.J. Heath vs UT Martin on Oct. 3, 2009 (2 interceptions) Blocked a punt.....T.J. Heath at Southeast Missouri State on Nov. 7, 2009 Blocked two punts...Taurean Rhetta at Murray St. on Sept. 29, 2007 Blocked a punt in two consecutive games...Taurean Rhetta at UTM and at EKU in 2006 Had 15 or more tackles...Alexander Henderson at Southeast Missouri State on Nov. 1, 2009 (17 tackles) Had 20 or more tackles...Alexander Henderson vs Murray State on Oct. 18, 2008 (21 tackles, 21 solo) Had 20 or more tackles in back-to-back Games...Alexander Henderson [2008 vs Murray State (21) & UTM (21)]. Recovered TWO fumbles in a game...Jawaan Booker at Florida State on Sept. 12, 2009

2009 (Jonathan Dwyer 74 yard run) 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 Nov. 4, 2010 (Robert Knowles, 34 yards - 3rd quarter) Held JSU to 300 yards total offense....at Georgia Tech on Sept. 5, 2009 (71-291) Held JSU to 200 yards total offense...at Nicholls St. Sept. 9, 2000 (189) Held JSU to 100 yards rushing.....at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (28) Held JSU to 50 yards rushing....at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (28) 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 (14111) Did not have a turnover... at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (28) Scored a safety... at UT Martin on Oct. 23, 2008 (team, 2nd Qtr, JSU snaps punt out of endzone)

A JSU Opponent…

An Opposing Player…

Scored 50 or more points......at Mississippi State on Sept. 14, 2002 Scored 50 or more points......at Mississippi State on Sept. 14, 2002 (L, 13-51) Scored 40 or more points......at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (L, 49-37) Had 350 or more yards rushing.......at Georgia Southern on Nov. 16, 2002 (493) Had 300 or more yards rushing....... at Georgia Tech on Sept. 5, 2009 (335) Had 250 or more rushing yards......at Georgia Tech on Sept. 5, 2009 (335) Had 50 or more rushing attempts.....at Georgia Tech on Sept. 5, 2009 (50) 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 UT Martin on Oct. 9, 2010 (338) Had 50 or more pass attempts........at UT Martin on Oct. 9, 2010 (50) Had 40 or more pass attempts........at UT Martin on Oct. 9, 2010 (50) Had 30 or more pass completions.......at UT Martin on Oct. 9, 2010 (31) Had 25 or more pass completions......at UT Martin on Oct. 9, 2010 (31) 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.....at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (59-422) Had 90 or more plays of total offense.......vs Murray State on Oct. 2, 2010 (92) Had 85 or more plays of total offense.......vs Murray State on Oct. 2, 2010 (92) Had 80 or more plays of total offense.......vs Murray State on Oct. 2, 2010 (92) Returned a punt for a TD....vs Murray State on Oct. 2, 2010 (Dontrell Johnson, 70 yards-4th Qtr.) Returned a kickoff for a TD...at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (Justin Caldwell, 84 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 Georgia Tech on Sept. 5,

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...vs #7 SEMO on Nov. 13, 2010 (Henry Harris, 21-134) 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.....at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 6, 2010 (49) (Tim Benford, 8-114) Had 150 yard receiving in a game...at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (Orlandus Harris, 4-205) Had 200 yard receiving in a game....at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (Orlandus Harris, 4-205) 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 Georgia Southern on Nov. 16, 2002 (Mark Myres [141] and Chaz Williams [103]) Returned a fumble for a touchdown......vs UT Chattanooga on Sept. 11, 2010 (Jaron Norfleet, 26 yards) Returned a blocked punt for a TD...at #16 Eastern Illinois on Sept. 27, 2008 (Arrington 16 yards - 4th Qtr) Returned an interception for a touchdown.....vs Eastern Illinois on Nov. 10, 2007 (Michael Torres 40 yards) Returned a punt for a TD...vs Murray State on Oct. 2, 2010 (Dontrell Johnson, 70 yards-4th Qtr.) Returned a kickoff for a TD...at Eastern Kentucky on Nov. 4, 2010 (Justin Caldwell, 84 yards - 3rd Qtr.) 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 Georgia Tech on Sept. 5, 2009 (Jonathan Dwyer 74 yard run)


JSU POST-SEASON APPEARANCES 2010 Second Round at Jacksonville, Ala.

Mississippi College 3, JSU 0

Wofford 17, JSU 14

(Title has since been vacated)

2004 First Round at Greenville, SC

1988 First Round at Jacksonville, Ala.

Furman 49, Jacksonville State 7

JSU 63, West Chester 24 Quarterfinals at Portland, OR Portland State 20, JSU 13

INTRO

2003 First Round at Bowling Green, Kentucky Western Kentucky 45, Jacksonville State 7

JSU 41, Savannah St. 16

JSU 34, N.E. Missouri 21 Semifinals at San Marcos, TX S. W. Texas 19, JSU 14

JSU 14, North Alabama 12 Semifinals at Jacksonville, Ala.

1981 First Round at San Marcos, TX

JSU 46, New Haven 35

S.W. Texas 38, JSU 22

JSU 17, Pittsburg St. 13

JSU 49, Winston-Salem 24 Quarterfinals at Jacksonville, Ala.

Cal Poly, SLO 15, JSU 0 1978 First Round at Newark, DE Delaware 42, JSU 27

Semifinals at Jacksonville, Ala.

1977 First Round at Flagstaff, AZ

JSU 27, Indiana-Pennsylvania 20

JSU 35, Northern Arizona 0

Pittsburg State 23, JSU 6

JSU 31, North Dakota St. 7 National Championship at Wichita Falls, TX

RECORDS

1990 First Round at Jacksonville, Ala.

Semifinals at Anniston, Ala. (Grantland Rice Bowl)

REVIEW

National Championship at Florence, Ala.

OPPONENTS

JSU 35, Mississippi College 7

ABOUT JSU

1991 First Round at Winston-Salem, NC

1980 First Round at San Luis Obispo, CA

COACHES

National Championship at Florence, Ala.

GAMECOCKS

Quarterfinals at Florence, Ala.

1982 First Round at Jacksonville, Ala.

OUTLOOK

1992 First Round at Jacksonville, Ala.

Lehigh 33, JSU 0

JSU 38, North Alabama 14 Quarterfinals Clinton, MS

HISTORY

Mississippi College 14, JSU 7

OVC

1989 First Round at Jacksonville, Ala. JSU 33, Alabama A&M 9 Quarterfinals Jacksonville, Ala. JSU 21, North Dakota State 17 Semifinals Jacksonville, Ala. JSU 34, Angelo State 16 Finals Florence, Ala.

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Gulf South CONFERENCE STATISTICAL LEADERS Avg 353.2 398.5 371.0 419.6

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

OPPONENTS

TEAM LEADERS—Total Defense Year Team Total Yds Avg 1988 JSU 2360 236.0 1989 JSU 2338 233.8 1991 JSU 2409 267.7 TEAM LEADERS—Passing Defense Year Team Total Yds Avg 1989 JSU 1115 111.5 TEAM LEADERS—Rushing Defense Year Team Total Yds Avg 1974 JSU 1593 144.8 1988 JSU 832 83.2 1992 JSU 1704 121.7

OVC

HISTORY

COACHES ABOUT JSU

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

REVIEW

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

RECORDS

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

TEAM LEADERS—Total Offense Year Team Total Yds 1971 JSU 3179 1973 JSU 3588 1978 JSU 3339 1982 JSU 4196

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

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INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—Rushing Year Name Team 1971 Boyce Callahan JSU 1972 Boyce Callahan JSU 1973 Boyce Callahan JSU 1976 Ken Kovacevich JSU

Yds 910 1087 949 786

Avg 100.5 108.7 105.4 98.2

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

Yds 1351 1293 1555 1314 1987 1969 2107

Avg 135.1 143.6 155.5 164.2 198.7 218.7 210.7

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—Pass Receiving Year Name Team 1977 Donald Young JSU 1978 Butch Barker JSU 1979 Derrick Whitely JSU

Rec. 44 47 37

Yds 539 534 619

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—Total Offense Year Name Team Total Yds 1978 Bobby Ray Green JSU 1279 1981 Ed Lett JSU 1969

Avg 159.8 210.1

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—Scoring Year Name Team 1971 Boyce Callahan JSU 1975 Mike Hobson JSU 1982 Walter Broughton JSU 1988 David Gulledge JSU

Points 60 72 90 84

Avg 6.6 9.0 9.0 8.4

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—Punting Year Name Team 1981 Gregg Lowery JSU 1982 Gregg Lowery JSU

Yds 3010 3268

Avg 43.0 43.5

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—Punt Returns Year Name Team 1972 Wayne Boyd JSU 1973 Wayne Boyd JSU 1983 Walter Broughton JSU 1988 Nickey Edmondson JSU 1989 Nickey Edmondson JSU 1990 Nickey Edmondson JSU 1992 Danny Lee JSU

Yds 403 265 188 133 364 270 400

Avg 18.3 13.2 15.6 10.2 11.4 13.5 13.8

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—Kickoff Returns Year Name Team 1979 AW Clark JSU 1987 Darrell Malone JSU 1989 Darrell Malone JSU 1992 Danny Lee JSU

Yds 510 352 379 587

Avg 24.8 28.0 27.1 34.5

Ed Lett

Offensive Player of the Year Year Name Pos 1978 Bobby Ray Green QB 1981 Ed Lett QB 1982 Ed Lett QB 1989 David Gulledge QB 1991 Nickey Edmondson QB

Team JSU JSU JSU JSU JSU

Defensive Player of the Year Year Name Pos 1979 Greg Robinson LB 1981 Alvin Wright NG

Team JSU JSU

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

Team JSU JSU JSU JSU JSU JSU JSU

Freshman of the Year Year Name 1980 Alvin Wright

Pos 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


SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE HONORS

SLC FRESHMAN-OF-THE-YEAR, 1999 Reggie Stancil, QB

WR QB RS OL DL DL LB CB QB WR Reggie Stancil

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

GAMECOCKS

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

SLC OFFENSIVE PLAYER-OF-THE-YEAR, 1998 Montressa Kirby, QB

WR OL DL CB

OUTLOOK

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 OL

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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

COACHES OVC

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HISTORY

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

RECORDS

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

REVIEW

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)

OPPONENTS

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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OVC

HISTORY

RECORDS

REVIEW

OPPONENTS

ABOUT JSU

COACHES

GAMECOCKS

OUTLOOK

INTRO

Year School 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 2009 2010

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 Eastern Illinois Southeast Missouri

All-OVC 2003 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 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) 2006 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) 2007 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) 2008 Maurice Dupree, WR (first-team) Alexander Henderson, LB (first-team Ryan Perrilloux, QB (second-team) Daniel Jackson, RB (second-team) Keith Gergel, OG, (second-team) Gavin Hallford, PK (second-team) Maurice Dupree, RS (second-team) A.J. Davis, DB (newcomer) Ryan Perrilloux, QB (newcomer) 2009 Ryan Perrilloux, Offensive Player of the Year Ryan Perrilloux, QB (first-team) James Wilkerson, WR (first-team) Tylor Chambers, OL (first-team) Brandt Thomas, DL (first-team) Alexander Henderson, LB (first-team) T.J. Heath, DB (first-team) Cory Freeman, TE (second-team) Reggie Wade, C (second-team) Curt Porter, OT (second-team) Carnell Clark, DB (second-team) Alan Bonner, RS/WR (newcomer) Torrey Davis, DL (newcomer) Greg Smith, WR (newcomer) Jamal Young, RB (newcomer)

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2010 Coty Blanchard, Freshman of the Year Curt Porter, OT (first-team) Cory Freeman, TE (firsst-team) Monte Lewis, DL (first-team) Keginald Harris, DB (first-team) Tyler Ogletree, C (second-team) Justin Kay, OG (second-team) Jamison Wadley, DL (second-team) Antonio Bonner, LB (second-team) James Esco, PK (second-team) Darius Barksdale, RB (newcomer) Coty Blanchard, P/QB (newcomer) Marquis George, DL (newcomer) 2004 OVC COACH OF THE YEAR 2004    Jack Crowe NATIONAL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK Richie Rhodes, Special Teams, Nov. 24, 2003 Drew Robinson, Defensive, Sept. 9, 2007 Maurice Dupree, Special Teams, Sept. 30, 2007 Ryan Perrilloux, Offensive, Sept. 27, 2009 T.J. Heath, Defensive, Oct. 5, 2009 Ryan Perrilloux, Offensive, Nov. 16, 2009 Alexander Henderson, Defensive, Nov. 23, 2009 Coty Blanchard, Offensive, Sept. 4, 2010 2003 OVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK 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 2004 OVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK 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 2005 OVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK 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 2006 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

2007 OVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK 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 2008 OVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK 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 2009 OVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK Ryan Perrilloux, Newcomer, Sept. 8, 2008 Ryan Perrilloux, Offensive, Sept. 12, 2009 Jawaan Booker, Defensive, Sept. 12, 2009 Ryan Perrilloux, Offensive, Sept. 20, 2009 Alan Bonner, Special Teams, Sept. 20, 2009 Ryan Perrilloux, Offensive, Sept. 27, 2009 Patrick Tatum, Special Teams, Sept. 27, 2009 Jamal Young, Newcomer, Sept. 27, 2009 Ryan Perrilloux, Offensive, Oct. 4, 2009 T.J. Heath, co-Defensive, Oct. 4, 2009 Patrick Tatum, Special Teams, Oct. 4, 2009 Ryan Perrilloux, Offensive, Nov. 1, 2009 Alexander Henderson, co-Defensive, Nov. 8, 2009 Ryan Perrilloux, Offensive, Nov. 23, 2009 Alexander Henderson, Defensive, Nov. 23, 2009 2010 OVC PLAYER OF THE WEEK Marques Ivory, co-Offensive, Sept. 4, 2010 Coty Blanchard, co-Offensive, Sept. 4, 2010 Rodney Garrott, Defensive, Sept. 4, 2010 Coty Blanchard, Newcomer, Sept. 4, 2010 Coty Blanchard, Newcomer, Sept. 11, 2010 Jamal Young, tri-Offensive, Sept. 26, 2010 Coty Blanchard, co-Newcomer, Oct. 3, 2010 Brannan Byrd, Defensive, Oct. 24, 2010 Jason Horton, Defensive, Nov. 13, 2010 James Esco, Special Team, Nov. 13, 2010 Darius Barksdale, co-Newcomer, Nov. 13, 2010 OVC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2009 Ryan Perrilloux OVC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR 2010 Coty Blanchard


OHIO VALLEY CONFERENCE HONORS TEAM

YDS 1448 1600

TD 12 14

AVG/G 120.7 145.5

Rushing Offense Year G 2003 12 2004 11 2005 11 2009 11

ATT 573 550 506 435

YDS 2905 2863 2368 2077

TD 31 41 28 20

AVG/G 242.1 260.3 215.3 188.8

Pass Efficiency Year G 2009 11

PCT 59.2

YDS 2665

TD 27

EFFIC 161.2

AVG 408.1 431.1

G YDS 11 4489 11 4742

TD 45 47

First Downs Year 2009

G 11

AVG 21.7

Field Goals Year 2008

G MADE 11 7

Yds 1250 752

Td 1 1

TD 6

AVG 154.9

YDS 2172 1704

TD 10 6

G YDS 11 1704

Pass Efficiency Defense Year G PCT 2008 11 55.6 2009 11 50.7 G 11 11

PLAYS 731 708

YDS 3897 3353

Pts 185 385

Avg. 25.9 35.0

Scoring Defense Year 2007 2008 2009

G 11 11 11

Pts 257 239 188

Avg. 23.4 21.7 17.1

Opponent First Downs Year G 2009 11

FD 171

AVG 15.5

CON 67 60

ATT 144 138

PCT .465 .435

Opponent Third Down Conversions Year G CON 2009 11 48

ATT 154

PCT .312

Opponent Fourth Down Conversions Year G CON 2009 11 5

ATT 19

PCT .263

Punting Year 2003

Yds 2795

Avg. 40.5

G 12

No. 69

Turnover Margin Year G Fum Int Tot Fum Int 2003 12 17 15 32 8 12 2004 11 11 5 16 11 16 2009 11 18 9 27 8 4

Avg. 25.5 25.1

Kickoff Returns Year 2005

G 11

No. 35

Tot 19 27 12

Mar Per Game +13 1.08 +11 1.00 +15 1.36

Yds 790

Td 2

Yds 2761

Avg. 41.2

Avg. 22.6

Year 2004 2006 2007

Avg. 10.36 8.7 9.0

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

Tackles Name Alexander Henderson

Year 2009

Total 115

Avg. 10.5

Passes Defended Name T.J. Heath

Year 2009

Total 16

Avg. 1.45

G 11

Total 5

Fumbles Recovered Name Alexander Henderson

Year 2009

INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Punting Richie Rhodes Year G 2003 12

EFFIC 111.00 104.0 TD 26 20

AVG 354.3 304.8

Passing Efficiency Name Maurice Mullins Ryan Perrilloux Points Responsible For Name Ryan Perrilloux Total Offense Ryan Perrilloux Punt Returns Name Craig Agee Maurice Dupree Alan Bonner

No. 67 Year 2004 2009 Year 2008

Effic 147.72 172.6 Pts Resp 156.0

Avg. 14.18

Year Rush-Pass Plays-Total 2009 445-2350 334-2793 Year 2004 2007 2009

Avg. 279.3

Avg. 20.5 13.9 13.9

RECORDS

G 11 11

Third Down Conversions Year G 2008 11 2009 11

Scoring Name Oscar Bonds Clay Green Gavin Hallford

REVIEW

Scoring Offense Year 2006 2009

Pct 65.5 62.5

Avg. 28.0 29.4 28.3

OPPONENTS

Total Defense Year 2007 2009

PCT .778

Red Zone 19-29 25-40

Year 2004 2007 2008

ABOUT JSU

Pass Defense Year 2009

No. 49 30

ATT 9

Red Zone Defense Year G 2006 11 2008 11

Kickoff Returns Name Clay Green Maurice Dupree Maurice Dupree

HISTORY

1992 NCAA Division II National Champs.

OVC

JSU’s All-Time Conference Championships 1962 �������������Alabama Collegiate Conference 1963 �������������Alabama Collegiate Conference 1964 �������������Alabama Collegiate Conference 1965 �������������Alabama Collegiate Conference 1966 �������������Alabama Collegiate Conference 1970 �������������Mid-South Conference 1974 �������������Gulf South Conference 1977 �������������Gulf South Conference 1978 �������������Gulf South Conference

COACHES

Kickoff Returns Year G 2007 11 2009 11

FD 239

Pct 90.2 92.7

GAMECOCKS

Total Offense Year 2008 2009

Red Zone 37-41 38-41

OUTLOOK

ATT 393 426

Red Zone Offense Year G 2006 11 2008 11

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Rushing Defense Year G 2003 12 2007 11

1981 �������������Gulf South Conference 1982 �������������Gulf South Conference 1988 �������������Gulf South Conference 1989 �������������Gulf South Conference 1991 �������������Gulf South Conference 1992 �������������Gulf South Conference 2003 �������������Ohio Valley Conference 2004 �������������Ohio Valley Conference

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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

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4 0 1 29 21 9 1 8 18 2 3 3 95 22 33 20 54 4 84 9 1 74 497

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 48 0

PCT. .666

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40

.571 .000 .500 .656 .703 .643 .143 .386 .435 .167 .375 .388 .647 .592 .713 .645 .683 .450 .628 .364 .166 .612

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Coach Jim Blevins

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REVIEW

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ABOUT JSU

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OUTLOOK

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YEAR BY YEAR COACHING RECORDS

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Coach Clarkie Mayfield


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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

1

1

1940

Osmo Smith – Hudson Estes

3

5

0

1993

Bill Burgess – Matt Hollis, Ja’Karl Barnett

3

7

0

1994

Bill Burgess – Chuck Robinson, Mondreco Blair, Fred Mack

4

7

0

1941-44 – No team 1

1

0

1995

Bill Burgess – John Ingram, Darron Edwards,

7

4

0

1946

Don Salls – Elbert Couch

3

5

1

1996

Bill Burgess – David Mahaffey, Eric Mims

1

9

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

2

2000

Jack Crowe - Delvin Hughley, Notarsha James, Jeremy Sullivan

4

6

0

0

2001

Jack Crowe - Jeremy Sullivan, Reggie Stancil, Rondy Rogers

5

6

0

1

2002

Jack Crowe - Jermaine Hoyt, Markee Coleman, Deon White

5

6

0

Jack Crowe – Jonathan Dryer, Levet Jones, DeWayne Cuffie

8

4

0

1951 1952 1953

Don Salls – Whit Wyatt Don Salls - Bernard Hammett, Jodie Connell Ray Wedgeworth – Johnny Howell, Travis Walker

3 3 3

3 6 5

1954

Don Salls – Paul Thompson, Harold Bentley

7

2

1

2003

1955

Don Salls – Roy Bailey, Bill Clark

10

1

0

2004

Jack Crowe – Jonathan Crutcher, John Pettus, Danny Tillery

9

2

0

1956

Don Salls – Johnny Johnston, Bill Clark

5

3

0

2005

Jack Crowe - Rod Olds, Haneef Haqq

6

5

0

0

2006

Jack Crowe – Clay Green, Craig Agee

6

5

0

0

2007

Jack Crowe – Drew Robinson, Taurean Rhetta, John Scott

6

5

0

1

2008

Jack Crowe – Keith Gergel, Kenny Walker, Gavin Hallford

8

3

0

0

2009

Jack Crowe – James Wilkerson, Brandt Thomas, Alexander Henderson

8

3

0

2010

Jack Crowe – Curt Porter, T.J. Heath, Tyler Ogletree, Jamison Wadley

9

3

0

1957 1958 1959 1960

Don Salls – Bud McCarty, Tom Langston Don Salls – E.G. Taylor, Jim Glasgow Don Salls – E.G. Taylor, Jim Glasgow, Bill Nichols Don Salls – Rayford Talley

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4 4 2 6

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1961

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JSU COACHING STAFFS 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969

Don Salls (head coach), C.C. Dillon Don Salls (head coach), C.C. Dillion, Ray Wedgeworth Don Salls (head coach), C.C. Dillion, Ray Wedgeworth, Tom Roberson Don Salls (head coach), C.C. Dillion, Ray Wedgeworth, Tom Roberson Don Salls (head coach), C.C. Dillion, Ray Wedgeworth, Tom Roberson Don Salls (head coach), Ray Wedgeworth Don Salls (head coach), Ray Wedgeworth Ray Wedgeworth (head coach), Tom Roberson Don Salls (head coach), Ray Wedgeworth Tom Roberson Don Salls (head coach), Tom Roberson, Jim Blevins Jim Blevins (head coach), Carlton Rankin, Ken Beard Jim Blevins ( head coach), Carlton Rankin, Ken Beard Jim Blevins (head coach), Carlton Rankin, Ken Beard Jim Blevins (head coach), Ken Beard, Grady Elmore, Buddy Blakenship 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 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

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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 2009 Jack Crowe (head coach) Ronnie Letson, Toby Norwood, Jimmy Ogle, Adam Ross, Scott Smouse, Greg Stewart, Maxwell Thurmond, Matt Wannebo, Davern Williams 2010 Jack Crowe (head coach) Ronnie Letson, Jimmy Ogle, Toby Norwood, Adam Ross, Scott Smouse, Greg Stewart, Maxwell Thurmond, Matt Wannebo, Davern Williams


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E

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 (2008,09,10) ELLIS, Roy (59)

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) GARROTT, Rodney (2009,10) 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 (2008,09) GEORGE, Jon (2007) GEORGE, Marquis (2010) 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)

OPPONENTS

C

F D

ABOUT JSU

CADE, Ken (2003) CADE, Marcus (98) CAIN, Josh (2006,07,08,09) 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 (2008,10) 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)

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 (2008,09) 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) FREELON, Richard (2010) FREEMAN, Cory (2007,08,09,10) FREEMAN, Ryan (96,97,98,99) FREENEY, Alphonso (2007,08,10) FULLER, James (50) FULLER, Rusty (1979,80,81,82) FULMER, Roy (57,58,59,60)

COACHES

B

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) DARRAH, Thomas (2010) 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. (2008,09,10) 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