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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE TABLE OF CONTENTS Mid-American Conference 24 Public Square, 15th Floor, Cleveland, OH 44113 web site: www.mac-sports.com; telephone: 216-566-4622; media relations fax: 216-858-9622; administration fax: 216-696-2622 Name/Title

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Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher Commissioner

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jsteinbrecher@mac-sports.com

Bob Gennarelli Senior Associate Commissioner/COO

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bgennarelli@mac-sports.com

Jeff Bacon 316 Associate Commissioner/Championships & Sport Programs

E-Mail

jbacon@mac-sports.com

Donyale Canada 312 Associate Commissioner/SWA/Women’s Basketball

dcanada@mac-sports.com

Jackie Mynarski 318 Associate Commissioner/Institutional Services Ricky Stokes 307 Associate Commissioner/Men’s Basketball

jmynarski@mac-sports.com rstokes@mac-sports.com

Ken Mather 301 kmather@mac-sports.com Assistant Commissioner/Media & Public Relations Jeremy Guy Director of Communications

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jguy@mac-sports.com

Korinth Patterson Director of Compliance & Championships

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kpatterson@mac-sports.com

Betty Sislak Director of Finance

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esislak@mac-sports.com

Phil Burwell Associate Director/Media Relations

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pburwell@mac-sports.com

Julie Kachner Executive Assistant to the Commissioner

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jkachner@mac-sports.com

Kerri Krawczak 324 Director of Football Operations & Special Events

kkrawczak@mac-sports.com

Tori Kohl Media Relations Assistant

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tkohl@mac-sports.com

Kelsey Burglund Championships Assistant

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kburglund@mac-sports.com

Angela Palomba General Manager      

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angela.palomba@img.com

Scott Klein Senior Account Executive  

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sklein@img.com

IMG College Staff:

Visit the MAC web site www.mac-sports.com The MAC web site features the MAC Football Press Box, Gameday Central, standings and statistics, as well as the Player of the Week awards for all 23 MAC sponsored sports and the MAC Scholar Athlete of the Week. Don’t forget to follow the MAC on Twitter and Facebook! You can follow us at www.twitter.com/MACSports and search for the Mid-American Conference on Facebook. Fans are welcome to comment and interact with one another on all of our social media platforms! Credits: The 2013 Mid-American Conference football record book was produced by the MAC Media Relations staff using Adobe InDesign on Dell Latitude 100L. Design by Jeremy Guy. Editorial assistance from Ken Mather and Phil Burwell. Team information and photos provided by MAC institutions.

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Table Of Contents This Is the Mid-American Conference......... 2-3 Dr. Jon Steinbrecher............................................ 4 Media Information.............................................. 5 Composite Schedule/Non-Conference........... 6 MAC Football Notes........................................ 7-9 MAC Postseason Information......................... 10 2012 MAC Standings/2013 Breakdown..........11 2012 Postseason Awards...................................12 2012 Academic All-MAC Team.......................13 2012 Team Leaders...................................... 14-16 2012 Individual Leaders...............................17-19 2012 MAC Superlatives............................... 20-21 MAC West Division....................22-57 Ball State.............................................22-27 Central Michigan...............................28-33 Eastern Michigan...............................34-39 Northern Illinois................................ 40-45 Toledo.................................................. 46-51 Western Michigan.............................52-57 MAC East Division.................... 58-99 Akron...................................................58-63 Bowling Green.................................. 64-69 Buffalo.................................................70-75 Kent State............................................76-81 UMass................................................... 82-87 Miami...................................................88-93 Ohio..................................................... 94-99 MAC Year-By-Year Champions..................100 MAC Coaching Records........................... 101-103 MAC Players of the Year............................... 104 Vern Smith Leadership Award..................... 105 MAC Standings.......................................... 106-112 MAC Championship Games..................... 113-121 MAC Championship Game Records....122-124 MAC Bowl Results.....................................125-126 MAC Bowl Game Records...................... 127-128 MAC All-Americans...................................129-131 MAC All-Star Selections.......................... 132-133 All-MAC First Team Selections.............. 134-137 All-MAC Second Team/HM Selections....138-143 All-Time Players of the Week...............144-154 Team Year-By-Year Leaders................ 155-158 Individual Year-By-Year Leaders........159-165 Total Offense Records..............................166-167 Rushing Records.........................................168-169 Passing Records.........................................170-172 Receiving Records..................................... 173-174 Scoring Records...........................................175-178 Defensive Records.....................................179-180 Special Teams Records............................. 181-182 Miscellaneous Records.............................. 183-184 MAC in the NFL......................................... 185-188

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE THIS IS THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE Providing leadership in education and diversity, the Mid-American Conference moves into its 67th year of service to the student-athlete. Since its inception in 1946, the Mid-American Conference has progressively grown and developed into one of the most aggressive Division I conferences in the country. One of only ten football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) conferences, the MAC named Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher as its eighth commissioner in March of 2009. The league has grown its commitment to championships by expanding to seven its number of neutral site post season events – football (Ford Field, Detroit), volleyball (SPIRE Academy, Geneva, Ohio), men’s and women’s basketball (Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland), softball (Firestone Stadium, Akron) and baseball (All Pro Freight Stadium, Avon, Ohio). In addition, the SPIRE facility will also serve as the site for the 2014 women’s swimming & diving championship and 2015 men’s swimming & diving championship. In 2012, the MAC set a conference record with seven teams receiving a bowl invitation, including the first ever BCS Bowl invitation with Northern Illinois playing in the Discover Orange Bowl on Jan. 1, following a thrilling 44-37 double overtime win over Kent State in the 2012 Marathon MAC Football Championship game. The seven MAC programs that were extended bowl invitations included: Toledo (Famous Idaho Potato Bowl); Ball State (Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl St. Petersburg); Central Michigan (Little Caesars Pizza Bowl); Bowling Green (Military Bowl); Ohio (Advocare V100 Independence Bowl); Northern Illinois (Discover Orange Bowl) and Kent State (GoDaddy.com Bowl). The 2012 season witnessed four football programs ranked in the top 25 of national polls – Northern Illinois, Kent State, Toledo and Ohio—as the BCS Standings had two MAC programs in the Top 25 at the end of the regular season with No. 15 Northern Illinois and No. 25 Kent State. The MAC also set a conference record for the most wins against FBS opponents with 16 victories. MAC programs were 4-4 against the Big East Conference, including wins over Rutgers, Cincinnati, UConn and South Florida, and three wins against opponents from the Big Ten Conference, including wins over Penn State, Iowa and Indiana. The dramatic 2012 football season was capped as Central Michigan offensive tackle Eric Fisher was selected as the first overall selection by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2013 NFL Draft, becoming the first football player from the MAC with such an honor. For the first time in league history, the MAC will have seven bowl relationships--three primary and four secondary. The three primary agreements are with the Little Caesar’s Pizza Bowl (Detroit, Mich.), GoDaddy Bowl (Mobile, Ala.) and Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (Boise, Ida.). In addition, the MAC has secured secondary agreements with the BBVA Compass Bowl, the Gildan New Mexico Bowl, the Beef O’Brady’s St. Petersburg Bowl and the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl. In its partnership with ESPN, the MAC is in the fifth year of its eightyear rights agreement (through 2016-2017 academic years) for football, as well as men’s and women’s basketball. The deal is the most extensive in the 67-year history of the conference. The agreement calls for a minimum of 25 events annually to be produced and aired on an ESPN platform including the men’s and women’s basketball championships, a regular-season MAC presence on ESPN, the Marathon MAC Football Championship Game and a minimum of 11 regular-season football games. In men’s basketball, the MAC witnessed Akron reach the FirstEnergy MAC Men’s Basketball Tournament for the seventh consecutive season, as the Zips won their third title in five years. Also, Ohio University earned an invitation to the NIT, while Western Michigan reached the College Basketball Invitational Final Four after wins over North Dakota State and Wyoming. Kent State received an invitation to the CollegeInsider.com Tournament and defeated Fairfield in the opening round. Akron center Zeke Marshall and Ohio point guard D.J. Cooper were selected to play in the 2013 Reese’s Division I College All-Star Game, as Cooper garnered MVP game honors. During the 2012-13 academic year, the University of Akron men’s soccer team won its ninth MAC championship and fifth in the last six years, as the Zips advanced to their fifth consecutive NCAA Round of 16 appearance after defeating Michigan. Akron witnessed senior midfielder Scott Caldwell named as the All-America Scholar Athlete of the Year by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and a semifinalist for the Hermann Trophy. The MAC had two student-athletes selected in the first round of the 2013 Major League Soccer Supplemental Draft – No. 3 overall Akron goalkeeper David Meyes (Portland Timbers) and No. 12 overall West Virginia defender Eric Schoenle (Philadelphia Union). The MAC also welcomed the addition of West Virginia as an affiliate member in men’s soccer for the 2012-13 academic year.

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE THIS IS THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE In wrestling, the MAC welcomed Missouri, Northern Iowa and Old Dominion (2014-15) as affiliate members. Missouri won the 2013 conference tournament title as an affiliate member, snapping Central Michigan’s 11-year reign as champions. The MAC had a conference-best 40 wrestlers earn an invitation to the NCAA Division I National Championship and 11 wrestlers earned All-America status – Central Michigan seniors Ben Bennett, school’s first four-time All-American, and Jarod Trice; Kent State senior Dustin Kilgore, schools first three-time All-American; Missouri’s Alan Waters, Nathan McCormick, Drake Houdashelt, Mike Larson, and Dom Bradley, matching the schools most All-Americans in a singleseason; Northern Iowa’s David Bonin and Ryan Loder; and Ohio redshirt freshman Cody Walters. In men’s cross country, Eastern Michigan claimed its 17th conference championship, while the Eagles captured their 31st conference title in men’s swimming and diving. The 31 championship titles for Eastern Michigan in men’s swimming and diving is a conference record. In addition, Eastern Michigan won the program’s 14th conference championship in indoor track and field. Kent State won the program’s fifth consecutive and 19th overall conference title in men’s golf and received its 26th NCAA appearance. Kent State and Ball State both advanced to the NCAA Men’s Conference Championship, marking only the fifth time since 1983 the conference had two programs advance in the NCAA postseason tournament. In men’s tennis, Western Michigan won its second consecutive conference championship and tenth title in the last 15 years. In men’s outdoor track and field, Akron won its third consecutive conference title and program’s fifth championship in the last six years. In baseball, Bowling Green won the program’s first conference title since 1999 as the No. 6 seed in the conference tournament. Women’s athletics continued to shine for the MAC this past year. The MAC had a total of six women’s basketball programs invited to postseason tournaments. Central Michigan claimed the MAC tournament title for the first time since 1984 and advanced to the NCAA Tournament, while Ball State, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Miami and Toledo all received at-large invitations to the WNIT Tournament. Three MAC programs – Ball State, Bowling Green and Toledo – all reached the WNIT Sweet 16. In women’s soccer, Miami earned its fourth MAC title in program history and Central Michigan earned an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament, becoming the first team in conference history to earn an at-large bid. Central Michigan fell to Michigan in overtime, 2-1, while Miami defeated Tennessee 3-2 (OT) in the first round of the NCAA tournament and fell to Duke in the second round. Miami senior forward Jess Kodiak was named third team All-America by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). Kodiak, along with Katie Slaughter of Central Michigan and Kayla Zakrzewski of Miami, were named All-Great Lakes Region First Team by the NSCAA. In volleyball, Bowling Green claimed the MAC title for the second time since 1991 and became the first team in program history to win a NCAA Tournament match. The Falcons defeated Yale in the first round, 3-2, and fell to Penn State in the second round. In women’s cross country, Toledo claimed its fifth title in school history in record fashion. The Rockets scored a conference record-low 24 points and have now won three consecutive conference titles for the first time in school history. In field hockey, Miami won the program’s first conference title in program history, while the RedHawks won the programs 17th conference championship in women’s swimming and diving. In women’s tennis, Miami won the conference championship for the third time in the last five years. In gymnastics, Central Michigan and Western Michigan claimed share of the conference championship. For Central Michigan it claimed a share of its fourth consecutive championship and for Western Michigan was the programs fourth overall tournament title. Central Michigan and Kent State advanced to the NCAA Regionals. In women’s indoor track and field, Kent State won its fourth overall conference title and consecutive conference championships for the first time in program history, while the Golden Flashes won the women’s outdoor track and field championship for the fourth consecutive year. In women’s golf, Kent State won its 15th consecutive conference championship. In softball, Central Michigan won the conference championship for the tenth time in program history. Ball State’s Jennifer Gilbert was named NFCA All-Great Lakes Region First Team, while Macy Merchant was named NFCA All-Great Lakes Region Second Team. From two-time Super Bowl quarterback winning Ben Roethlisberger (Miami University), NFL Defensive MVP James Harrison (Kent State University), four NFL Pro Bowlers (OT Joe Staley, KR Josh Cribbs, TE Antonio Gates, LB James Harrison), British Open winner Ben Curtis (Kent State University), World Series winning manager Bob Brenly (Ohio University) and Olympic bobsled team member Brock Kreitzburgh (University of Toledo), the Mid-American Conference continues to excel in producing leaders in the world of athletics. History of the MAC Based in Cleveland since July 1999 following a 15-year stay in Toledo, Ohio, the MAC has established historic measurements in both football and men’s and women’s basketball since moving to Northeast Ohio. The MAC was founded as a five-school league on February 24, 1946 in Columbus, Ohio with Ohio, Butler, Cincinnati, Wayne State and Western Reserve admitted as charter members. The Mid-American Conference has 12 full-time schools and a 13th, UMass for football only beginning in 2012. In 1946 men’s basketball was the first competitive sport in the MAC, which now sponsors a total 23 sports. Women’s sports were brought into the conference’s structure in 1980. For men, championships (11) are sponsored in football, basketball, baseball, cross country, soccer, swimming & diving, indoor track & field, outdoor track & field, wrestling, golf and tennis. For women, championships (12) are sponsored in basketball, softball, volleyball, cross country, field hockey, golf, soccer, swimming & diving, gymnastics, indoor track & field, outdoor track & field and tennis.

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE COMMISSIONER, Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher

Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher

Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher enters his fifth year with the Mid-American Conference (MAC) after being named the league’s eighth commissioner on March 16, 2009.

Valley Conference (OVC). Prior to the OVC, Steinbrecher served as commissioner of the Mid-Continent Conference (the Summit League). He is the only person to serve as commissioner in all three NCAA Division I Subdivisions (FBS, FCS, DI).

Steinbrecher has expanded bowl opportunities for the conference and stabilized conference membership in football, increased national and regional television exposure, launched the conference’s first-ever digital network, renegotiated the conference marketing rights agreement with IMG College and enhanced neutral site conference championships in basketball, volleyball and baseball.

In six years with the OVC, Steinbrecher significantly increased the league’s exposure through additional television coverage at the regional and national level. In 2005, he negotiated a five-year contract with ESPN that secured increased exposure for the league. That included being the first conference to sign a deal to have games appear on ESPNU, the OVC had the first sporting event telecast on that network (the 2005 OVC Men’s Basketball Tournament Semifinal).

Steinbrecher played an integral role in the development of the new College Football Playoff and serves on the BCS Administrative Committee. Steinbrecher secured a one-year contract extension of the ESPN syndicated package, and developed and implemented a new MAC Coaches Orientation program. He has secured the MAC bid to host the 2015 NCAA Men’s Basketball Regional at Quicken Loans Arena and the 2014 NCAA Women’s Bowling Championship. Specifically in football, Steinbrecher has stabilized and increased conference membership with 13 programs as the MAC welcomed the addition of the University of Massachusetts (UMass) to begin as a football-only member in 2012. This provides the conference the opportunity to expand the conference footprint into New England and into the Boston and Hartford/Springfield markets. Last season, Steinbrecher witnessed Northern Illinois earn the first ever BCS bowl berth by a MAC member in the Discover Orange Bowl and a conference record seven teams receive bowl invitations – Ball State (Beef O’Brady’s St. Petersburg), Bowling Green (Military Bowl), Central Michigan (Little Caesars Pizza), Kent State (GoDaddy.com), Ohio (AdvoCare V100 Independence) and Toledo (Famous Idaho Potato). Steinbrecher has built upon the conference bowl agreements to a conference-best three primary (Little Caesars Pizza Bowl; GoDaddy Bowl and Famous Idaho Potato Bowl) and multiple secondary agreements (Gildan New Mexico Bowl, Beef O’Brady’s St. Petersburg Bowl, BBVA Compass Bowl and the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl). These bowl agreements provide the MAC the opportunity to build on relationships with multiple bowl partners, expand national television exposure and broaden geographical opportunities to perform against other FBS conferences. Steinbrecher directed a strategic planning process for the MAC, increased national exposure for the conference, as well as new opportunities for the conference in the areas of a new regional television network deal, marketing and sponsorships and securing long-term partnerships for MAC neutral site championship events. In the summer of 2010, the MAC entered into a three-year regional television deal with SportsTime Ohio to expand its television coverage in football and men’s and women’s basketball. This provides the MAC a regional television presence for programming throughout the year, and increases promotion and marketing opportunities for the conference. In 2011-12, Steinbrecher led the conference as it launched the first-ever MAC Digital Network in partnership with XOS Digital. This new initiative provided the conference with a new website, enhanced 16 x 9 video player for live streaming events and On-Demand programming, mobile platforms via the iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry, and weekly video content featuring football, basketball and championship previews. In 2011, Steinbrecher also negotiated a new marketing agreement with ISP for the conference marketing and sponsorship rights through 2019. ISP merged with IMG College and this long-term deal solidified the conference marketing partnership with the new IMG College brand. Steinbrecher negotiated a six-year contract extension with Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena to host the FirstEnergy MAC Men’s and Women’s Basketball Conference Tournament through 2017. The contract extension guarantees the continuation of the conference tournament at the same neutral site since 2000, originally Gund Arena and now named Quicken Loans Arena. Steinbrecher also announced in 2011 the MAC Women’s Volleyball Tournaments will move to SPIRE, part of the GaREAT family, located in Geneva, Ohio, a state of the art facility only 30 minutes east of Downtown Cleveland. The SPIRE facility will also serve as the site for the 2014 MAC Women’s Swimming & Diving Championship and 2015 MAC Men’s Swimming & Diving Championship. In addition, the MAC baseball tournaments in 2012-14 will be played at All Pro Freight Stadium in Avon, Ohio. He joined the MAC after serving six years as commissioner of the Ohio

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Steinbrecher secured an invitation for the OVC to participate in ESPN’s BracketBusters event. He also implemented conference merchandising and corporate partner programs and in 2008 negotiated a five-year agreement with IMG College to manage the OVC’s multimedia rights and sponsorship sales. In July 2006, Steinbrecher helped spearhead a venture into streaming video with the launch of OVCSports.TV. The multimedia platform provided live and on-demand coverage of every OVC football and men’s and women’s basketball games as well as selected other sports, coaches’ shows, press conferences and special events. In its first two years of existence, OVCSports.TV streamed over 800 events and recorded nearly 5,000 paid subscribers. Under his leadership, the OVC re-emphasized its commitment to sportsmanship by implementing a series of good sports initiatives, including sportsmanship affidavits signed by coaches and administrators, student-athlete ethical conduct orientation and an institutional and team sportsmanship awards. Steinbrecher also initiated a Conference Basketball Issues Committee and oversaw increased promotional efforts for the OVC Basketball Tournament, which resulted in an increase in ticket sales revenue. He also spearheaded the efforts in bidding for, and ultimately securing, the 2014 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Final Four for Nashville. Prior to being named Mid-Continent Conference Commissioner in Nov. 1994, Dr. Steinbrecher had previously served the league as Director of Communications, Director of Marketing and Communications and Assistant Commissioner. He joined the Mid-Con staff in 1989 after previously serving in the athletics departments at Houston Baptist University, Indiana University and Davidson College. Steinbrecher has served on a number of prominent NCAA committees, including the Division I Basketball Issues Committee, serving as a member of subcommittees for both men’s and women’s basketball, and in 1999 he became the first non-Division I-A commissioner elected as president of the Collegiate Commissioner’s Association (CCA). In June 2007, he was appointed to the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Academic Enhancement Group by the late NCAA President Myles Brand. He has served on the NCAA Division I Legislative Council, the NCAA Championship Cabinet, the NCAA Committee on Athletics Certification and the NCAA Men’s Basketball Issues Committee. Steinbrecher is currently a member of the NCAA Championships Cabinet, serves on the Board of Directors of NCAA Football, is Chair of the College Football Officiating Board of Managers and the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel. He is also the Chair of the National Letter of Intent Policy and Review Committee. Steinbrecher has also served as Division I-AAA vice president of the CCA and as a member of the National Invitation Tournament’s District IV Advisory Board. Steinbrecher is a 1983 graduate of Valparaiso University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education and journalism. In 2006, he was bestowed an Alumni Achievement Award from his alma mater. Steinbrecher graduated with a master’s degree in sports administration from Ohio University in 1984, and he was awarded the doctorate of physical education in sports administration from Indiana University in 1989. An all-conference and academic all-conference selection in football and a conference champion in tennis, Dr. Steinbrecher was named Valparaiso’s and the Heartland Collegiate Conference’s Student-Athlete of the Year in 1983. In 2006, he was inducted into the Watauga County (N.C.) Sports Hall of Fame. Steinbrecher and his wife Anne have three children, daughter Grace and twin sons Matt and Will. Steinbrecher follows Rick Chryst, who served as MAC Commissioner (1999-2009). David Reese served as the first commissioner from 1946-64, followed by Bob James (1964-71), Fred Jacoby (1971-82), Jim Lessig (198290), Karl Benson (1990-94), Jerry Ippoliti (1994-99).

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE MEDIA INFORMATION MAC Player of the Week

2013 MAC Football Coaches Weekly Teleconference

Each week, the MAC office will choose a player of the week on offense, defense and special teams from each division. The player of the week will be announced at approximately 1:00p.m. (ET) each Monday and will be posted on the league web site.

The Mid-American Conference football coaches will be available each Monday beginning Aug. 26 and running through Nov. 25 for a weekly teleconference. There will be an additional football championship teleconference Dec. 3 at 10 a.m. All times listed below are Eastern. Format: We will go immediately to questions from the media and will forego any introductory statement from each coach. Should your schedule not permit you to dial in, questions for a coach may be e-mailed to Ken Mather (kmather@mac-sports.com) and we will make every effort to ask the question. Please e-mail your question no later than 8 a.m. (ET) each Monday. Each e-mailed question must include your name and affiliation. For call in number for the media please contact the MAC media relations staff.

POSTSEASON AWARDS

Flagship Radio Stations East Division School Akron

Station WARF 1350 AM

BGSU

WFRO 99.1 FM

Buffalo

WECK 1230 AM

Kent State

WHLO 640 AM

2013 MAC Football Coaches Teleconference Schedule:

UMass

WEEI 105.5 FM (Springfield)

Full Teleconferences with all 13 Head Coaches: First Teleconference: Monday, August 26

Miami

WMOH 1450 AM

Ohio

WXTQ 105.5 FM

Last Full Teleconference: Monday, Nov. 25 Championship Teleconference: Monday, Dec. 3 with the two schools in the MAC Championship game (head coach and two student-athletes from each team), from 10:00 – 10:30a.m. (ET). WEST DIVISION 9:30-9:38

School Ball State

Station WLBC 104.1 FM

CMU

WCFX 95.3 FM

EMU

WEMU 89.1 FM

NIU P.J. Fleck, Western Michigan

9:38-9:46

Matt Campbell, Toledo

9:46-9:54

Rod Carey, Northern Illinois

9:54-10:02

Ron English, Eastern Michigan

10:02-10:10

Dan Enos, Central Michigan

10:10-10:18

West Division

Pete Lembo, Ball State

EAST DIVISION

WLBK 1360 AM (DeKalb)

WSCR 670 AM (Chicago)

Toledo

WSPD 1370 AM

WMU

WKZO 96.5 FM Press Box Numbers

EAST DIVISION Akron

(330) 972-2913

Bowling Green

(419) 372-2069

Buffalo

(716) 645-6837

10:18-10:26

Frank Solich, Ohio

10:26-10:34

Don Treadwell, Miami

Miami

(513) 529-7261

10:34-10:42

Paul Haynes, Kent State

UMass

(508) 698-1960

10:42-10:50

Jeff Quinn, Buffalo

10:50-10:58

Dave Clawson, Bowling Green

10:58-11:06

Terry Bowden, Akron

11:06-11:14

Charley Molnar, UMass

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Kent State

Ohio

(330) 672-2036

(740) 593-0050

WEST DIVISION Ball State

(765) 285-5381 or 5382

Central Michigan

(989) 774-3579 or 3594

Eastern Michigan

(734) 481-0014 or 0072

Northern Illinois

(815) 753-0609 or 0630

Toledo

(419) 530-3732

Western Michigan

(269) 387-3065

Following the conclusion of the regular season, voting is conducted on the all-conference team by league coaches, as well as several individual awards by the MAC News Media Association. The MNMA votes on the Offensive Player of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, Freshman of the Year, Special Teams Player of the Year and Coach of the Year. The coaches vote on the Vern Smith Leadership Award, honoring the league’s top football student-athlete. An Academic All-MAC team is honored in voting by the league’s faculty athletic representatives. FOLLOW US!! Don’t forget to follow the MAC on Twitter and Facebook! You can follow us at www.twitter.com/MACSports and search for the Official Fan Page of the Mid-American Conference on Facebook! MAC Media Relations Department 24 Public Square, 15th Floor Cleveland, OH 44113 (216) 566-4622 (PH)/(216) 858-9622 (FAX) www.mac-sports.com Ken Mather (football contact) Assistant Commissioner / Media & Public Relations e-mail: kmather@mac-sports.com Cell: (216) 410-5826 Jeremy Guy Director of Communications e-mail: jguy@mac-sports.com Cell: (440) 487-6915 Phil Burwell Associate Director/Media Relations e-mail: pburwell@mac-sports.com Cell: (440) 840-2120 Tori Kohl Media Relations Assistant e-mail: tkohl@mac-sports.com Cell: (440) 867-3697

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE 2013 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE/2013 NON-CONFERENCE OPPONENTS Aug. 29 – Thursday Liberty at Kent State, 6:00 pm ET (ESPN3) Akron at Central Florida, 7:00 pm ET (ESPN3) Illinois State at Ball State, 7:00 pm ET (ESPN3) Tulsa at Bowling Green, 7:00 pm ET (ESPNU)

*Western Michigan at Toledo, 3:00 pm ET *Northern Illinois at Kent State, 3:30 pm ET *UMass at Bowling Green, 3:30 pm ET Ball State at Virginia, TBA *Central Michigan at Miami, TBA

(ESPNU/ESPN3) #*UMass at Ohio, TBA (ESPNU/ESPN3) #*Miami at Ball State, TBA (ESPNU/ESPN3) #*Toledo at Akron, TBA (ESPNU/ESPN3)

Aug. 30 – Friday Western Michigan at Michigan State, 8:00 pm ET (Big Ten Network)

Oct. 12 - Saturday Eastern Michigan at Army, Noon ET (CBS Sports Network) *Buffalo at Western Michigan, 2:00 pm ET *Central Michigan at Ohio, 2:00 pm ET *Kent State at Ball State, 3:00 pm ET *Miami at UMass, 3:00 pm ET *Akron at Northern Illinois, 5:00 pm ET Bowling Green at Mississippi State, TBA

Dec. 21 – Saturday Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, 5:30 pm ET (ESPN)

Aug. 31 – Saturday Buffalo at Ohio State, Noon ET (ESPN2) UMass at Wisconsin, Noon ET (Big Ten Network) Toledo at Florida, 12:20 pm ET (SEC Network/ESPN3) Central Michigan at Michigan, 3:30 pm ET (Big Ten Network) Northern Illinois at Iowa, 3:30 pm ET (Big Ten Network) Howard at Eastern Michigan, 6:00 pm ET (ESPN3) Miami at Marshall, 7:00 pm ET (CBS Sports Network) Sep. 1 – Sunday Ohio at Louisville, 3:30 pm ET (ESPN) Sep. 7 – Saturday *Bowling Green at Kent State, Noon ET (ESPN Regional/ESPN Plus/Game Plan/ESPN3) Eastern Michigan at Penn State, Noon ET (Big Ten Network) Miami at Kentucky, Noon ET (FOX Sports Net) Army at Ball State, 1:00 pm ET (ESPN3) Maine at UMass, 2:00 pm ET (ESPN3) New Hampshire at Central Michigan, 3:00 pm ET (ESPN3) Buffalo at Baylor, 3:30 pm ET (Fox Sports Net) Toledo at Missouri, 3:30 pm ET (ESPNU) James Madison at Akron, 6:00 pm ET (ESPN3) Nicholls State at Western Michigan, 7:00 pm ET (ESPN3) North Texas at Ohio, 7:00 pm ET (ESPN3) Sep. 14 – Saturday Akron at Michigan, Noon ET (Big Ten Network) Bowling Green at Indiana, Noon ET (ESPNU) Eastern Michigan at Rutgers, 1:00 pm ET (ESPN3) Stony Brook at Buffalo, 3:30 pm ET (ESPN3) Ball State at North Texas, 4:00 pm ET (Fox Sports Net) Northern Illinois at Idaho, 5:00 pm ET Eastern Washington at Toledo, 7:00 pm ET (ESPN3) UMass at Kansas State, 7:00 pm ET Marshall at Ohio, 8:00 pm ET (ESPNews) Western Michigan at Northwestern, 9:00 pm ET (Big Ten Network) Central Michigan at UNLV, TBA Kent State at LSU, 7 pm ET (ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU) Sep. 21 - Saturday *Toledo at Central Michigan, Noon ET (ESPN Regional/ESPN Plus/Game Plan/ESPN3) Vanderbilt at UMass, Noon ET *Ball State at Eastern Michigan, 1:00 pm ET Austin Peay at Ohio, 2:00 pm ET Murray State at Bowling Green, 3:30 pm ET Louisiana-Lafayette at Akron, 6:00 pm ET Eastern Illinois at Northern Illinois, 7:00 pm ET Cincinnati at Miami, TBA Kent State at Penn State,TBA Western Michigan at Iowa, TBA Sep. 28 – Saturday Northern Illinois at Purdue, Noon ET *Toledo at Ball State, 3:00 pm ET UConn at Buffalo, 3:30 pm ET *Kent State at Western Michigan, 7:00 pm ET *Akron at Bowling Green, TBA Central Michigan at North Carolina State, TBA Miami at Illinois, TBA Oct. 5 – Saturday *Eastern Michigan at Buffalo, Noon ET (ESPN Regional/ESPN Plus/Game Plan/ESPN3) *Ohio at Akron, 2:00 pm ET

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Oct. 19 - Saturday *Ohio at Eastern Michigan, 1:00 pm ET *Ball State at Western Michigan, 2:00 pm ET *Northern Illinois at Central Michigan, 3:00 pm ET *UMass at Buffalo, 3:30 pm ET (TW Cable Sports) Navy at Toledo, 7:00 pm ET *Akron at Miami, TBA Kent State at South Alabama, TBA Oct. 26 – Saturday *Ball State at Akron, Noon ET (ESPN Regional/ESPN Plus/Game Plan/ESPN3) *Buffalo at Kent State, Noon ET *Miami at Ohio, 2:00 pm ET *Western Michigan at UMass, 3:00 pm ET *Eastern Michigan at Northern Illinois, 3:30 pm ET *Toledo at Bowling Green, TBA Nov. 2 – Saturday *Northern Illinois at UMass, Noon ET (ESPN Regional/ESPN Plus/Game Plan/ESPN3) *Kent State at Akron, 3:30 pm ET *Eastern Michigan at Toledo, 7:00 pm ET Nov. 5 – Tuesday #*Bowling Green at Miami, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU) #*Ohio at Buffalo, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU) Nov. 6 – Wednesday *Central Michigan at Ball State, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2) Nov. 9 – Saturday *Western Michigan at Eastern Michigan, 1:00 pm ET Nov. 12 – Tuesday #*Buffalo at Toledo, 7:30 pm ET (ESPNU/ESPN3) #*Ohio at Bowling Green, 7:30 pm ET (ESPNU/ESPN3) Nov. 13 – Wednesday #*Ball State at Northern Illinois, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU) #*Miami at Kent State, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU) Nov. 16 – Saturday *Central Michigan at Western Michigan, Noon ET (ESPN Regional/ESPN Plus/Game Plan/ESPN3) *Akron at UMass, 1:00 pm ET Nov. 19 – Tuesday #*Buffalo at Miami, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU) #*Kent State at Ohio, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU) Nov. 20 – Wednesday *Northern Illinois at Toledo, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2) Nov. 23 – Saturday *Bowling Green at Eastern Michigan, 1:00 pm ET *UMass at Central Michigan, 1:00 pm ET Nov. 26 – Tuesday *Western Michigan at Northern Illinois, 7:00 pm ET (ESPN2) Nov. 29 – Friday #*Bowling Green at Buffalo, TBA (ESPNU/ESPN3) #*Eastern Michigan at Central Michigan, TBA

Dec. 6 – Friday Marathon MAC Championship Game, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2) -- At Ford Field in Detroit, Mich.

Dec. 26 – Thursday Little Caesars Pizza Bowl, 6:00 pm ET (ESPN) Jan. 5 – Sunday Go Daddy Bowl, 9:00 pm ET (ESPN) # indicates an ESPN Multiple-Game Selection Date (ESPN weekday multiple-game selection date will be announced three weeks prior to the listed date).

2013 Non-Conference Opponents ACC (2) North Carolina State (Central Michigan) Virginia (Ball State) America Athletic (5) Central Florida (Akron) Cincinnati (Miami) Connecticut (Buffalo) Louisville (Ohio) Rutgers (Eastern Michigan) Big Ten (13) Illinois (Miami) Indiana (Bowling Green) Iowa (2) (Northern Illinois, Western Michigan) Michigan (2) (Akron, Central Michigan) Michigan State (Western Michigan) Northwestern (Western Michigan) Ohio State (Buffalo) Penn State (2)(Eastern Michigan, Kent State) Purdue (Northern Illinois) Wisconsin (UMass) Big 12 (2) Baylor (Buffalo) Kansas State (UMass) Conference USA (5) Marshall (2) (Ohio, Miami) North Texas (2) (Ball State, Ohio) Tulsa (Bowling Green) Mountain West (1) UNLV (Central Michigan) SEC (6) Florida (Toledo) Kentucky (Miami) LSU (Kent State) Mississippi State (Bowling Green) Missouri (Toledo) Vanderbilt (UMass) Sun Belt (2) La-Lafayette (Akron) South Alabama (Kent State) Independent (4) Army (2) (Ball State, Eastern Michigan) Navy (Toledo) Idaho (Northern Illinois) FCS Opponents (I-AA) Big Sky (1) Eastern Washington (Toldeo) Big South (2) Liberty (Kent State) Stony Brook (Buffalo) Colonial (3) James Madison (Akron) Maine (UMass) New Hampshire (Central Michigan) MEAC (1) Howard (Eastern Michigan) Missouri Valley (1) Illinois State (Ball State) Ohio Valley (3) Austin Peay (Ohio) Eastern Illinois (Northern Illinois) Murray State (Bowling Green) Southland (1) Nicholls State (Western Michigan)

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE MAC FOOTBALL NOTES MAC BOWL SYNOPSIS The MAC will have seven bowl relationships--three primary and four secondary. The three primary agreements are with the Little Caesar’s Pizza Bowl (Detroit, Mich.), GoDaddy Bowl (Mobile, Ala.) and Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (Boise, Ida.). In addition, the MAC has secured secondary agreements with the BBVA Compass Bowl, the Gildan New Mexico Bowl, the Beef O’Brady’s St. Petersburg Bowl and the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl. The Little Caesars Pizza Bowl will own the MAC’s No. 1 selection for the 2013 football season and Go Daddy Bowl will have the No. 2 selection, while the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl will own the MAC’s No. 3 selection of bowl eligible teams in 2013. NORTHERN ILLINOIS BUSTS THE BCS IN 2012 Northern Illinois became the first MAC program to receive an invitation to a BCS Bowl game as the Huskies suffered a 31-10 loss to Florida State in the Discover Orange Bowl on Jan. 1, 2013. The 2013 Discover Orange bowl between Northern Illinois and Florida State was successful from a competitive, ratings and attendance perspective. The Huskies trailed the Seminoles 17-10 entering the fourth quarter and the 31-10 final was the closest Discover Orange Bowl in three years. The game had over 10.5 million viewers and a 7.1 rating as viewership was up 47% and ratings 34% from the previous year. Also, the attendance for the Discover Orange Bowl was 72,023, the largest crowd since 2009. The Huskies earned the program’s second consecutive MAC Championship with a thrilling 44-37 double overtime win over Kent State in the Marathon MAC Championship Game and entered bowl selection Sunday with a BCS No. 15 ranking – higher than two AQ conferences--Big Ten (No. 16 Nebraska) and Big East (No. 21 Louisville). At the end of the 2012 bowl season, Northern Illinois was ranked No. 22 in the Associated Press Top 25 Poll and No. 24 in the USA Today Poll.

MAC Big Wins in 2012 Sept. 1, Ohio wins at Penn State, 24-14 Sept. 15, Northern Illinois wins at Army, 41-40 Sept. 15, Ohio wins at Marshall, 27-24 Sept. 15, Ball State wins at Indiana, 41-39 Sept. 22, Central Michigan wins at Iowa, 32-31 Sept. 22, Western Michigan defeats UConn, 30-24 Sept. 22, Ball State defeats South Florida, 31-27 Sept. 22, Northern Illinois defeats Kansas, 30-23 Oct. 13, Kent State wins at Army, 31-17 Oct. 20, Toledo defeats Cincinnati, 29-23 Oct. 20, Eastern Michigan defeats Army, 48-38 Oct. 27, Kent State wins at Rutgers, 35-23 Oct. 27, Ball State wins at Army, 30-22 MAC 2012 SEASON/BOWL NOTES • Seven MAC programs played in bowl games last season—Northern Illinois (Discover Orange Bowl), Kent State (GoDaddy.com Bowl), Ball State (Beef ‘O’ Brady’s St. Petersburg Bowl), Toledo (Famous Idaho Potato Bowl), Ohio (Advocare V100 Independence Bowl), Bowling Green (Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman), and Central Michigan (Little Caesars Pizza Bowl). • The seven bowl invitations set a conference record for bowl invitations in a single season. The previous high for the MAC was five bowl invitations on four separate occasions (2004, 2008, 2009 and 2011). • The MAC has received five or more bowl invitations in four of the last five seasons. In addition, the MAC has sent four or more schools to bowl games in seven of the last nine years. • For the first time in MAC history a member played in one of the five prestigious BCS Bowl games as MAC Champion Northern Illinois lost 3110 to Florida State in the Discover Orange Bowl on Jan. 1 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla.

MAC SPECIAL FOOTBALL SEASON IN 2012 The 2012 football season was a special one for the MAC. From opening week to the Marathon MAC Football Championship and continuing through the bowl games, the season was filled with thrilling wins over the best competition in college football, national rankings for multiple MAC programs and the conference’s first appearance in a BCS bowl as Northern Illinois received an invitation to the Discover Orange Bowl.

• The MAC tied the Big Ten for the fourth most teams in bowl games last season. Only the SEC (9), Big 12 (9) and Pac 12 (8) had more teams receive bowl invitations in 2012-13.

As the MAC football success continued throughout the ‘12 season, so did the reaction from the national polls as four different MAC teams were ranked in the Top 25 during the regular season—Northern Illinois, Kent State, Toledo and Ohio--were ranked in either the BCS Standings, Associated Press Top 25 Poll, USA Today Coaches Poll or the Harris Poll.

• Six teams from the MAC had eight wins or more in 2012 for the first time in MAC history. Those six teams (Northern Illinois 12-2, Kent State 11-3, Ball State 9-4, Toledo 9-4, Ohio 9-4 and Bowling Green 8-5) had a combined 58-22 (.725) record.

The MAC momentum began the opening week of the season as the Ohio Bobcats went on the road and defeated Penn State, 24-14. Seven days later, Ball State led a thrilling last minute win with a 41- 39 road win at Indiana. The MAC had four special wins on Sept. 22 when the conference defeated opponents from the Big Ten, Big East and Big 12. That day began with Central Michigan kicker David Harman’s 47-yard field goal to defeat Iowa (Big Ten), 32-31, while Western Michigan upset UConn (Big East), 30-24, Northern Illinois beat Kansas (Big 12), 30-23, and Ball State held off South Florida (Big East), 31-27. October witnessed two occasions where the MAC defeated a Top 25 ranked opponent from the Big East. On Oct. 20, Toledo defeated then ranked No. 20 Cincinnati, 29-23, as the Rockets improved to 5-1 in school history against Top 25 ranked opponents in home games at the Glass Bowl. One week later, Kent State went on the road to then ranked No. 15 Rutgers and came away with the program’s first win against a Top 25 ranked opponent with a 35-23 road victory. As the regular season concluded, the MAC set the conference single- season record with 16 wins against opponents from FBS conferences. With the regular season success, the MAC had two programs ranked in the Top 25 appear in the conference championship game for the first time since 2003. No. 21 ranked Northern Illinois defeated No. 17 ranked Kent State, 44-37 in double overtime. The MAC witnessed a league-record seven programs receive an invitation to a bowl game, highlighted by BCS-busting Northern Illinois in the Discover Orange Bowl on Jan. 1.

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• The MAC finished the bowl season with a 2-5 bowl record. Ohio (AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl) and Central Michigan (Little Caesars Pizza Bowl) provided the MAC with wins last bowl season.

• 2012 was a banner season for the conference as the MAC witnessed its first BCS Bowl invitation with Northern Illinois and throughout the season, four different MAC programs were ranked nationally –either in the BCS Standings, Associated Press Top 25 Poll or USA Today Coaches Poll – Northern Illinois, Kent State, Toledo and Ohio. • The MAC won a conference record 16 regular season games against non-conference FBS programs last season – including eight wins against AQ programs – Penn State, Iowa and Indiana from the Big Ten; Cincinnati, Rutgers, South Florida and UConn from the Big East; and Kansas from the Big 12. • Kent State became the first team in the MAC East to go 8-0 since the 2003 season. Kent State had a 10-game winning streak entering the Marathon MAC Football Championship game and 11 total wins last year established a new single-season record in school history. 2012-13 BOWL RESULTS Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (Dec. 15): Utah State 41 (WAC), Toledo 15 Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl (Dec. 21): UCF 38 (Conf. USA), Ball State 17 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl (Dec. 26): CMU 24, W. Kentucky 21 (Sun Belt) Military Bowl (Dec. 27): San Jose State 29 (WAC), Bowling Green 20 AdvocareV100 Independence (Dec. 28): Ohio 45, La.-Mon. 14 (Sun Belt) Discover Orange Bowl (Jan. 1): Florida St. 31 (ACC), Northern Illinois 10 GoDaddy.com Bowl (Jan. 6): Arkansas St. 17 (Sun Belt), Kent State 13

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE MAC FOOTBALL NOTES MAC PROGRAMS IN BOWL GAMES In the last four bowl seasons, ten different MAC programs have received a bowl invitation, as both Northern Illinois and Ohio lead the way with invites in each of the last four consecutive years. Toledo (2010, 2011, 2012) received three invitations, while Bowling Green (2009, 2012), Central Michigan (2009, 2012) and former member Temple (2009, 2011) received two invites. Ball State (2012), Kent State (2012), Miami (2010) and Western Michigan (2011) each received one invite in that span. HUSKIES SET SCHOOL RECORD WITH 12 WIN SEASON Northern Illinois 44-37 double-overtime win over Kent State in the Marathon MAC Championship game was a program record 12th win in 2012, which set a new school record for most wins in a single season. LYNCH AND ARCHER AMONG MAC SINGLE SEASON LEADERS The 2012 season witnessed several notable offensive achievements by Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch. His 4,953 total yards of offense in a single season set a conference record, breaking Central Michigan’s Dan LeFevour’s 4,773 yards in 2007. Lynch also had 44 touchdowns scored or passed for in a single season, which ranks third in league history (47, Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan, 2007; 45, Omar Jacobs, Bowling Green, 2004). Kent State’s Dri Archer combined for 2,577 all-purpose yards last season and his single-season total ranks third in MAC history (2,690, Dante Love, Ball State, 2007; 2,582, Antonio Brown, Central Michigan, 2009). ARCHER NAMED WALTER CAMP ALL-AMERICA FIRST TEAM Kent State’s Dri Archer was named to the Walter Camp All-America First Team as a kick returner. Although other Kent State players have earned All-America honors, Archer becomes the program’s first Walter Camp All-American, the nation’s oldest organization for such an honor. In his first five games, Archer returned three kickoffs for touchdowns, beginning with a 98-yard score in the season’s opening game. In the Golden Flashes’ very next home game, Archer had the second longest return in program history at 99 yards against Ball State. The very next week, he broke a Rynearson Stadium record with a 98-yard return against Eastern Michigan. After his first five games, opposing teams stopped using traditional kickoffs against the Golden Flashes. Archer is averaging an NCAA best 38.2 yards per kick return and his three touchdowns on kick returns are tied for the most in the nation. He was the only Mid-American Conference player selected to the All-America Team. NATIONAL HONORS FOR MAC STUDENT-ATHLETES • SI.com All-America Second Team: OL Eric Fisher (CMU). • SI.com All-America Honorable Mention: QB Jordan Lynch (NIU); RB Beau Blankenship (OU); RB David Fluellen (UT); OL Brian Winters (KSU); DL Chris Jones (BGSU); LB Khalil Mack (UB); LB Dan Molls (UT); K Steven Schott (BSU); AP Dri Archer (KSU); AP Bernard Reedy (UT). • Associated Press All-America Second Team: Jordan Lynch (NIU). • Associated Press All-America Third Team: OL Eric Fisher (CMU); DT Chris Jones (BGSU); AP Dri Archer (KSU). FISHER FIRST MAC PLAYER SELECTED NO. 1 IN NFL DRAFT Central Michigan offensive tackle Eric Fisher became the first MAC football player to be selected as the overall No. 1 selection in the NFL Draft. The Kansas City Chiefs selected Fisher as No. 1 in the 2013 NFL Draft. The previous highest player drafted from the MAC was Marshall quarterback Byron Leftwich, who was selected No. 7 overall by the Jacksonville Jaguars, in the 2003 NFL Draft. The last player from Central Michigan selected in the first round was offensive tackle Joe Staley (No. 28 overall) by the San Francisco 49ers in the 2007 NFL Draft. Staley last season was a part of the NFC Champion 49ers and started at left tackle in the Super Bowl and was selected to the Pro Bowl. Fisher was a mainstay up front starting all 13 games at left tackle last season for Central Michigan. He anchored a line that helped the Chippewas offense average 6.2 yards per play, second best in the MAC, and produce nearly 400 yards of offense per game. Central Michigan allowed just 18 sacks in 13 games in 2012, which ranked in the top 20 nationally.

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For his standout season, Fisher earned All-America recognition from SI.com (2nd team) and the Associated Press (3d team) and was named First Team All-MAC by the conference and Phil Steele. Widely considered as the top senior left tackle in the nation, Fisher was also selected to the inaugural Senior Bowl All-Futures Team, an honor presented to the nation’s top seniors based on their college careers and NFL future. Fisher becomes the third MAC athlete to be selected overall as the No. 1 selection in a professional draft. Previously, Akron forward Steve Zakuani was the first selection in the 2009 Major League Soccer’s SuperDraft by the Seattle Sounders FC on January 15, 2009. Also, Ball State all-American pitcher Bryan Bullington was the No. 1 overall pick by the Pittsburgh Pirates in Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft on June 4, 2002. MAC First-Round NFL Draft Selection History 2011, DT Muhammad Wilkerson, Temple, NY Jets (30) 2009, DE Larry English, Northern Illinois, San Diego (16) 2007, OT Joe Staley, Central Michigan, San Francisco (28) 2004, QB Ben Roethlisberger, Miami, Pittsburgh (11) 2004, DE Jason Babin, Western Michigan, Houston (27) 2003, QB Byron Leftwich, Marshall, Jacksonville (7) 2000, QB Chad Pennington, Marshall, NY Jets (18) 1999, OT L.J. Shelton, Eastern Michigan, Arizona (21) 1998, WR Randy Moss, Marshall, Minnesota (21) 1993, DE Dan Williams, Toledo, Denver (11) 1978, DB Ron Johnson, Eastern Michigan, Pittsburgh (22) 1969, LB Bob Babich, Miami, San Diego (18) 1961, B Bernie Casey, Bowling Green, San Francisco (9) SEVEN MAC RUNNING BACKS TOP 1,000 YARDS The 2012 season was highlighted by the return of the 1,000 yard rusher in MAC offenses. Seven different players recorded over 1,000 yards rushing for the first time since the 2005 season. The MAC had ten different backs top the 1,000-yard plateau during the 2002 season. Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch ranked fourth in the nation in rushing and his 1,815 yards rushing are fifth most in a single-season in conference history, however the most by a quarterback. Lynch joins MAC rushing QBs topping the 1,000-yard rushing mark in a single season: Chandler Harnish, Northern Illinois (1,379, 2011); Julian Edelman, Kent State (1,370, 2008); Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan (1,122, 2007); Joshua Cribbs, Kent State (1,057, 2002; 1,019, 2001). 2012 MAC 1,000 Yard Rushers Yards, Player, School, (carries-touchdowns) 1,815, Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois (294-19) 1,604, Beau Blankenship, Ohio (312-15) 1,498, David Fluellen, Toledo (259-13) 1,492, Zurlon Tipton, Central Michigan (252-19) 1,429, Dri Archer, Kent State (159-16) 1,410, Jahwan Edwards, Ball State (232-14) 1,316, Trayion Durham, Kent State (276-14) MAC FBS HEAD COACHES -- CURRENT AND FORMER Two more MAC football coaches have been promoted to new opportunities within FBS. Northern Illinois head coach Dave Doeren was named head coach at North Carolina State on Dec. 1 and Kent State’s Darrell Hazell was named head coach at Purdue on Dec. 5. There are 13 former head coaches from the MAC in a current FBS head coaching position– including nearly half of the Big Ten (five total) and both coaches in both the 2013 BCS Championship Game – Alabama’s Nick Saban (Toledo) and Notre Dame’s Brian Kelly (Central Michigan). For the 2013 season, 26 of the 124 FBS coaches (21%) will be either current or former MAC head coaches. Big Ten – Urban Meyer-Ohio State (Bowling Green), Brady HokeMichigan (Ball State), Jerry Kill-Minnesota (Northern Illinois), Tim Beckman-Illinois (Toledo), Darrell Hazell-Purdue (Kent State) Ind. – Brian Kelly-Notre Dame (Central Michigan) SEC-Nick Saban-Alabama (Toledo), Gary Pinkel-Missouri (Toledo), Butch Jones-Tennessee (Central Michigan) ACC-Al Golden-Miami (Temple), Steve Addazio-Boston College (Temple), Dave Doeren-North Carolina State (Northern Illinois), Jim GrobeWake Forest (Ohio).

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE MAC FOOTBALL NOTES MAC WINS OVER NON-CONFERENCE FBS OPPONENTS The MAC set the conference single season record in 2012 with 16 wins over FBS non-conference opponents. Dating back to the 2000 season, the previous mark of wins vs. opponents from other FBS conferences was 14 regular season wins during the 2008 season. The 16 non-conference regular season wins were against opponents from the other FBS conferences and independents, including wins over Big Ten, Big East, Big 12, Conference USA, Mountain West, WAC and Independent opponents. MAC Regular Season Wins vs. non-conference FBS opponents: Year: Wins; FBS Opponents Defeated: 2012: 16; Penn State; Wyoming; Idaho; New Mexico St.; Army (4); UConn; Marshall; Indiana; Iowa; South Florida; Kansas; Cincinnati; Rutgers 2011: 10; Indiana; Army (4); UConn; Idaho; New Mexico State; Marshall; Maryland 2010: 7; Minnesota; Purdue; Marshall; Colorado State; UConn; Army; Louisiana-Lafayette 2009: 9; Michigan State; Purdue; Colorado; Florida International; Troy; UTEP; North Texas; Army; Navy 2008: 14; Navy; Indiana (2); Western Kentucky; Michigan; Idaho; Illinois; Syracuse; Army (3); Pittsburgh; Wyoming; UTEP 2007: 10; Navy; Army (2); Idaho; Iowa State (2); Iowa; Minnesota; Syracuse; Louisiana-Lafayette 2006: 11; Temple (5); Kansas; Virginia; North Carolina State; North Texas; Florida International; Illinois 2005: 9; Army; Louisiana-Lafayette; Temple (4); Pittsburgh; Middle Tennessee State; Cincinnati 2004: 3; Temple (2); Kentucky 2003: 9; Kansas State; Northwestern; Colorado State; Cincinnati; Purdue; Maryland; Alabama; Iowa State; Pittsburgh 2002: 10; Rutgers; Troy; North Carolina; Cincinnati; UConn; Missouri; Kansas; Wyoming; Wake Forest; UNLV 2001: 11; UConn (2); Army; Cincinnati; Missouri; Temple (2); Minnesota; Northwestern; South Florida; Navy 2000: 9; Central Florida (2); Vanderbilt; Minnesota; UConn (2); Navy; Penn State; Iowa MAC NATIONAL RANKINGS DURING 2012 SEASON In 2012, the MAC had four different programs ranked among the national polls at during the regular season. BCS Standings: • Week 9 (Oct. 21) Ohio (No. 24); • Week 11 (Nov. 4) Toledo (No. 25); • Week 13 (Nov. 18) Kent State (No. 23); • Week 14 (Nov. 25) Kent State (No. 17), Northern Illinois (No. 21); • Week 15 (Dec. 2) Northern Illinois (No. 15), Kent State (No. 25). Associated Press Top 25: • Week 8 (Oct. 14) Ohio (No. 25); • Week 9 (Oct. 21) Ohio (No. 23); • Week 11 (Nov. 4) Toledo (No. 23); • Week 12 (Nov. 11) Kent State (No. 25); • Week 13 (Nov. 18) Kent State (No. 23), Northern Illinois (No. 24); • Week 14 (Nov. 25) Kent State (No. 18), Northern Illinois (No. 19); • Week 15 (Dec. 2) Northern Illinois (No. 16), Kent State (No. 25). USA Today Coaches Poll: • Week 9 (Oct. 21) Ohio (No. 23); • Week 11 (Nov. 4) Toledo (No. 25); • Week 13 (Nov. 18) Northern Illinois (No. 23), Kent State (No. 25); • Week 14 (Nov. 25) Northern Illinois (No. 18), Kent State (No. 19); • Week 15 (Dec. 2) Northern Illinois (No. 16). Harris Poll: • Week 9 (Oct. 21) Ohio (No. 23); • Week 13 (Nov. 18) Northern Illinois (No. 24), Kent State (No. 25); • Week 14 (Nov. 25) Kent State (Nov. 18), Northern Illinois (No. 19); • Week 15 (Dec. 2) Northern Illinois (No. 16), Kent State (No. 23). THREE NEW HEAD COACHES JOIN THE MAC IN 2013 The 2013 season will witness the transition of three new head coaches into the MAC. Northern Illinois elevated offensive coordinator Rod Carey, while Kent State named Arkansas defensive coordinator and Flashes alum, Paul Haynes, to the top post. Western Michigan named Tampa Bay wide receivers coach P.J. Fleck to lead the Broncos program.

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Paul Haynes, Kent State: Haynes was named Kent State head coach on Dec. 18, 2012 as the programs 21st head football coach. Haynes, 43, spent last season as the defensive coordinator and secondary coach at Arkansas. Haynes spent seven seasons at Ohio State (2005-11), as codefensive coordinator and safeties coach in 2011 and defensive back coach from 2005-10. Haynes also served at Kent State in 1999 as defensive backs and was promoted to assistant head coach and safeties coach in 2000 under then head coach Dean Pees. Haynes walked on at Kent State in 1987 and played four seasons for the Golden Flashes (1987-91) and ended his career with 440 tackles, seventh-best in school history. Rod Carey, Northern Illinois: Carey was named Northern Illinois head coach on Dec. 2, 2012 as the program’s 22nd head football coach, two days after Dave Doeren left the Huskies for North Carolina State. Carey was promoted from offensive coordinator and coached the Huskies in the Discover Orange Bowl. In his second season at Northern Illinois, Carey began 2012 as offensive line coach and assumed offensive coordinator duties after the first game of the year when Mike Dunbar left the team for health reasons. Carey joined the Huskies after three seasons as offensive line coach at North Dakota (2008-10) and one year at Illinois State (2007). Carey served six years as offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Wisconsin-Stout (2000-06). P.J. Fleck, Western Michigan: Fleck was named Western Michigan head coach on Dec. 18, 2012 as the programs 15th head football coach. Fleck joins the Broncos after serving as wide receivers coach last season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He was a graduate assistant at Ohio State (2006), coached three seasons at Northern Illinois (2007-09) as wide receivers coach then joined Rutgers as wide receivers coach for two seasons (2010-11). Fleck played wide receiver at Northern Illinois (19992003) and ranks third in career receptions (179) and fourth in career receiving yards (2,162) in school history. Fleck signed as a rookie free agent with San Francisco and spent two years with the 49ers (2004-05). BRONCOS HEAD COACH P.J. FLECK YOUNGEST IN COUNTRY P.J. Fleck, 32, is the youngest head coach in NCAA Division I (FBS), taking over the youngest spot over Toledo’s Matt Campbell, 33, and Texas Tech’s Kliff Klingsbury, 33. Coach P.J. Fleck, Western Michigan Matt Campbell, Toledo Kliff Klingsbury, Texas Tech Bryan Harsin, Arkansas State Willie Taggart, South Florida Justin Fuente, Memphis Lane Kiffin, USC Matt Rhule, Temple

Age (Date of Birth) 32 (11-29-80) 33 (11-29-79) 33 (8-9-79) 36 (11-1-76) 36 (8-27-76) 36 (7-30-76) 37 (5-9-75) 38 (1-31-75)

MAC HISTORY IN BCS STANDINGS The 2012 season was a historic year for the MAC within the BCS as Northern Illinois received the school and conferences first BCS appearance with an invitation to the Discover Orange Bowl. Entering the 2012 bowl season, the MAC has two programs ranked in the Top 25 of the BCS Standings -- No. 15 Northern Illinois and No. 25 Kent State. During 2012, the MAC had four separate programs ranked in the BCS Standings during the regular season -- Northern Illinois, Kent State, Toledo and Ohio. The BCS rankings for Kent State, Toledo and Ohio were the first ever in each program’s history. Ball State (8): 2008: Oct. 19 (20); Oct. 26 (16); Nov. 2 (17); Nov. 9 (14); Nov. 16 (17); Nov. 23 (15); Nov. 30 (12); Dec. 7 (22) Bowling Green (9): 2003: Oct. 27 (17); Nov. 3 (16); Nov. 10 (23); Nov. 17 (20); Nov. 24 (20); Dec. 1 (18); Dec. 7 (24). 2004: Nov. 15 (25); Nov. 22 (25) Kent State (3): 2012: Nov. 18 (23); Nov. 25 (17); Dec. 2 (25) Marshall (6): 1999: Oct. 25 (14); Nov. 1 (14); Nov. 15 (14); Nov. 22 (13); Nov. 29 (12); Dec. 5 (12) Miami (7): 2003: Oct. 27 (19); Nov. 3 (21); Nov. 10 (16); Nov. 17 (14); Nov. 24 (13); Dec. 1 (11); Dec. 7 (11) Northern Illinois (5): 2003: Oct. 20 (10); Oct. 27 (23); Nov. 3 (22); Nov. 10 (21). 2010: Nov. 28 (25). 2012: Nov. 25 (21); Dec. 2 (15) Ohio (1): 2012: Oct. 21 (24) Toledo (1): 2012: Nov. 4 (25)

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE MAC POSTSEASON INFORMATION

The 17th Marathon MAC Football Championship game will take place Friday, Dec. 6 at 8:00 p.m. at Ford Field in Detroit. The game will be televised on ESPN2. This marks the tenth time that the league’s title will be decided at the neutral site. The winners of their respective East Division and West Division will qualify for the game. Media credentials for the 2013 championship game will be available online via the MAC web site at www.macsports.com in early November. From 1997-2000, the league’s title game was held at Marshall Stadium in Huntington, W.Va. Beginning with the 2001 game, the site alternated between the West Division and East Division champion. In 2004 the MAC championship game was moved to its current neutral site at Ford Field. Previous MAC Championship Results Year Site 2012 Detroit, Mich. 2011 Detroit, Mich. 2010 Detroit, Mich. 2009 Detroit, Mich. 2008 Detroit, Mich. 2007 Detroit, Mich. 2006 Detroit, Mich. 2005 Detroit, Mich. 2004 Detroit, Mich. 2003 Bowling Green, Ohio 2002 Huntington, W.Va. 2001 Toledo, Ohio 2000 Huntington, W.Va. 1999 Huntington, W.Va. 1998 Huntington, W.Va. 1997 Huntington, W.Va.

Results Northern Illinois 44, Kent State 37 2OT Northern Illinois 23, Ohio 20 Miami 26, Northern Illinois 21 Central Michigan 20, Ohio 10 Buffalo 42, Ball State 24 Central Michigan 35, Miami 10 Central Michigan 31, Ohio 10 Akron 31, Northern Illinois 30 Toledo 35, Miami 27 Miami 49, Bowling Green 27 Marshall 49, Toledo 45 Toledo 41, Marshall 36 Marshall 19, Western Michigan 14 Marshall 34, Western Michigan 30 Marshall 23, Toledo 27 Marshall 34, Toledo 13

2013-14 COLLEGE FOOTBALL BOWL SCHEDULE: Bowl Game

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Gildan New Mexico Las Vegas Bowl Famous Idaho Potato R+L Carriers New Orleans Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl St. Petersburg Sheraton Hawaii Little Caesars Pizza San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Military Bowl pres. by Northrop Grumman Texas Bowl Kraft Fight Hunger New Era Pinstripe Belk Russell Athletic Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Franklin American Mortgage Music City Valero Alamo Holiday Bowl AdvoCare V100 Independence Hyundai Sun AutoZone Liberty Chick-Fil-A TaxSlayer.com Gator Heart of Dallas Bowl Capital One Outback Rose Bowl Game presented by Vizio Tostitos Fiesta Allstate Sugar Discover Orange AT&T Cotton BBVA Compass GoDaddy VIZIO BCS National Championship Game

Date/Time (ET)

Dec. 21/ 2:00 p.m. Dec. 21/ 3:30 p.m. Dec. 21/ 5:30 p.m. Dec. 21/ 9:00 p.m. Dec. 23/ 2:00 p.m. Dec. 24/ 8:00 p.m. Dec. 26/ 6:00 p.m. Dec. 26/ 9:30 p.m. Dec. 27/ 2:30 p.m. Dec. 27/ 6:00 p.m. Dec. 27/ 9:30 p.m. Dec. 28/ 12:00 p.m. Dec. 28/ 3:20 p.m. Dec. 28/ 6:45 p.m. Dec. 28/ 10:15 p.m. Dec. 30/ 11:45 a.m. Dec. 30/ 3:15 p.m. Dec. 30/ 6:45 p.m. Dec. 30/ 10:15 p.m. Dec. 31/ 12:30 p.m. Dec. 31/ 2:00 p.m. Dec. 31/ 4:00 p.m. Dec. 31/ 8:00 p.m. Jan. 1/ 12:00 p.m. Jan. 1/ 12:00 p.m. Jan. 1/ 1:00 p.m. Jan. 1/ 1:00 p.m. Jan. 1/ 5:00 p.m. Jan. 1/ 8:30 p.m. Jan. 2/ 8:30 p.m. Jan. 3/ TBD Jan. 3/ 7:30 p.m. Jan. 4/ 1:00 p.m. Jan. 5/ 9:00 p.m. Jan. 6/ 8:30 p.m.

MAC In the BCS The winner of the MAC Championship will receive an automatic berth into one of the five BCS bowl games if it is ranked in the top 12 of the final BCS standings, or if it is ranked in the top 16 of the final BCS standings and its ranking in the BCS standings is higher than that of a champion of a conference that has an annual automatic berth in one of the five BCS bowls. The champions of the ACC, American Athletic, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-10, and Southeastern Conferences will have automatic berths in one of the five BCS bowl games. No more than one team from the MAC, Conference USA, the Mountain West Conference and the Sun Belt Conference shall earn an automatic berth in any year. This year’s VIZIO BCS National Championship Game will be played Jan. 6 in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.

(Dates and Times are Tentative and Subject to Change)

Site

Albuquerque, N.M. Las Vegas, Nev. Boise, Ida. New Orleans, La. St. Petersburg, Fla. Honolulu, Hawaii Detroit, Mich. San Diego, Calif. Annapolis, Md. Houston, Texas San Francisco, Calif. Bronx, N.Y. Charlotte, N.C. Orlando, Fla. Tempe, Ariz. Forth Worth, Texas Nashville, Tenn. San Antonio, Texas San Diego, Calif. Shreveport, La. El Paso, Texas Memphis, Tenn. Atlanta, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. Dallas, Texas Orlando, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Pasadena, Calif. Glendale, Ariz. New Orleans, La. Miami Gardens, Fla. Arlington, Texas Birmingham, Ala. Mobile, Ala. Pasadena, Calif.

Matchup

MWC vs. PAC-12 (MAC backup) MWC vs. PAC-12 MAC vs. MWC C-USA vs. Sun Belt American vs. C-USA (MAC backup) C-USA vs. MWC Big Ten vs. MAC MWC vs. Army (MAC backup) ACC vs. C-USA Big Ten vs. Big 12 BYU vs. PAC-12 American vs. Big 12 American vs. ACC ACC vs. American Big Ten vs. Big 12 MWC vs. Navy ACC vs. SEC Big 12 vs. PAC-12 Big 12 vs. PAC-12 ACC vs. SEC ACC vs. PAC-12 C-USA/American vs. SEC ACC vs. SEC Big Ten vs. SEC Big Ten vs. C-USA Big Ten vs. SEC Big Ten vs. SEC BCS vs. BCS BCS vs. BCS BCS vs. BCS BCS vs. BCS Big 12 vs. SEC American vs. SEC (MAC backup) MAC vs. Sun Belt BCS No. 1 vs. BCS No. 2

Network

ESPN ABC ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN CBS ESPN ESPN ESPN2 ESPNU ABC ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN ESPN FOX ESPN ESPN ESPN

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE 2012 MAC Standings MAC Overall East Division

W

L

Pct.

Kent State Bowling Green Ohio Miami Buffalo UMass Akron

8 6 4 3 3 1 0

0 2 4 5 5 7 8

1.000 .750 .500 .375 .375 .125 .000

WEst Division

W L

#Northern Illinois Ball State Toledo Central Michigan Western Michigan Eastern Michigan

8 6 6 4 2 1

0 2 2 4 6 7

Overall Record OPP.

W

L

Pct.

PTS.

OPP.

292 174 195 104 221 236 214 258 153 219 126 288 169 278

PTS.

11 8 9 4 4 1 1

3 5 4 8 8 11 11

.786 .615 .692 .333 .333 .083 .083

463 298 412 280 255 152 313

343 218 332 419 342 482 428

Pct.

PTS.

OPP.

W

L

Pct.

PTS.

OPP.

1.000 .750 .750 .500 .250 .125

363 291 277 261 240 171

122 238 222 270 259 305

12 2 9 4 9 4 7 6 4 8 2 10

.857 .692 .692 .538 .333 .167

540 278 437 416 410 369 375 421 352 356 256 451

# Winner of MAC Championship game 2013 Team Breakdown/Starters & Lettermen Returning West Division Ball State Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Northern Illinois Toledo Western Michigan

Off. 7 8 7 8 9 5

Def. 6 7 5 5 4 8

Lettermen 39 51 42 55 41 36

Crossover Opp. Kent State; at Akron; Miami at Miami; at Ohio; UMass at Buffalo; Ohio; Bowling Green at Kent State; Akron; at UMass at Bowling Green; Buffalo; at Akron Kent State; Buffalo; at UMass

East Division Akron Bowling Green Buffalo Kent State UMass Miami Ohio

Off. 7 9 9 7 4 8 8

Def. 7 9 8 6 7 6 6

Lettermen 45 50 54 42 45 53 49

Crossover Opp. Non-Conference at Northern Illinois; Ball State; Toledo at UCF; James Madison; at Michigan; La-Lafayette Toledo, at Eastern Michigan Tulsa; at Indiana; Murray State; at Mississippi State Eastern Michigan; at Western Michigan; at Toledo at Ohio State; at Baylor; Stony Brook; UConn at Western Michigan; Northern Illinois; at Ball State Liberty; at LSU; at Penn State; at South Ala. Western Michigan; Northern Illinois; at Central Mich. at Wisconsin; Maine; at Kansas St.; Vanderbilt Central Michigan; at Ball State at Marshall; at Kentucky; Cincinnati; at Illinois Central Michigan; at Eastern Michigan at Louisville; North Texas; Marshall; Austin Peay

Bowl Schedule Date Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Dec. 21 *Gildan New Mexico Bowl Dec. 21 *Beef O’Brady’s Bowl St. Petersburg Dec. 23 Little Caesar’s Pizza Bowl Dec. 26 *San Diego County Credit Union Dec. 26 *BBVA Compass Bowl Jan. 5 Go Daddy Bowl Jan. 6

Site Boise, Ida. Albuquerque, N.M. St. Petersburg, Fla. Detroit, Mich. San Diego, Calif. Birmingham, Ala. Mobile, Ala.

Non-Conference Illinois State; Army; at North Texas; at Virginia at Michigan; New Hampshire; at UNLV; at NC State Howard; at Penn State; at Rutgers; at Army at Iowa; at Idaho; Eastern Illinois; at Purdue at Florida; at Missouri; Eastern Washington; Navy at Michigan State; Nicholls State; at Northwestern; at Iowa

Matchup MAC vs. MWC MWC vs. PAC-12 American vs. Conf. USA MAC vs. Big Ten Army vs. MWC American vs. SEC MAC vs. Sun Belt

*MAC has a secondary agreement with the Gildan New Mexico Bowl, BBVA Compass Bowl, Beef O’Brady’s Bowl St. Petersburg and the San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl.

Ford Field (right) will host the 2013 Marathon MAC Football Championship game on Friday, Dec. 6 and the Little Caesar’s Pizza Bowl on Thursday, Dec. 26.

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE 2012 ALL-MAC TEAMS 2012 Postseason Honors -- Specialty Award Winners

Coach of the Year Darrel Hazell Kent State

OFFENSE Position Quarterback Center Offensive Lineman Offensive Lineman Offensive Lineman Offensive Lineman Tight End Wide Receiver Wide Receiver Wide Receiver Wide Receiver Running Back Running Back Placekicker Kickoff Return Specialist Punt Return Specialist DEFENSE Position Down Lineman Down Lineman Down Lineman Down Lineman Outside Linebacker Outside Linebacker Inside Linebackers Inside Linebackers Defensive Back Defensive Back Defensive Back Defensive Back Punter & 2011 First team All-MAC + 2011 Second team All-MAC ! 2011 Third team All-MAC

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Vern Smith Award Winner Jordan Lynch Northern Illinois

Defensive Player of the Year Chris Jones Bowling Green

Offensive Player of the Year Jordan Lynch Northern Illinois

Freshman of the Year Jaime Wilson Western Michigan

Special Teams Player of the Year Dri Archer Kent State

First Team Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois Zac Kerin, Toledo + Brian Winters, Kent State +% Eric Fisher, Central Michigan ! Dann O’Neill, Western Michigan ! Austin Holtz, Ball State Zane Fakes, Ball State Martel Moore, Northern Illinois Bernard Reedy, Toledo Willie Snead, Ball State Jamill Smith, Ball State Dri Archer, Kent State David Fluellen, Toledo Steven Schott, Ball State Dri Archer, Kent State Bernard Reedy, Toledo

Second Team Keith Wenning, Ball State Skyler Allen, Ohio Eric Herman, Ohio + Josh Kline, Kent State Tyler Loos, Northern Illinois Jordan Roussos, Bowling Green Garrett Hoskins, Eastern Michigan ! Nick Harwell, Miami #& Alex Neutz, Buffalo Jaime Wilson, Western Michigan Titus Davis, Central Michigan ! Beau Blankenship, Ohio Zurlon Tipton, Central Michigan Matt Weller, Ohio ^+ Bernard Reedy, Toledo Jaime Wilson, Western Michigan

Third Team Zac Dysert, Miami Kevin Galeher, Western Michigan Greg Mancz, Toledo Dominic Flewellyn, Bowling Green Jordan Hansel, Ball State + Cam Lowry, Ball State Alex Bayer, Bowling Green Marquelo Suel, Akron Andy Cruse, Miami Cody Wilson, Central Michigan #! Alonzo Russell, Toledo Jahwan Edwards, Ball State Trayion Durham, Kent State Jeremiah Detmer, Toledo Jamill Smith, Ball State Jamill Smith, Ball State +

First Team Chris Jones, Bowling Green %& Roosevelt Nix, Kent State @& Sean Progar, Northern Illinois @+ Alan Baxter, Northern Illinois Khalil Mack, Buffalo & Gabe Martin, Bowling Green Dan Molls, Toledo Perry McIntyre, UMass Jimmie Ward, Northern Illinois + Dayonne Nunley, Miami & BooBoo Gates, Bowling Green Jermaine Robinson, Toledo Jay Karutz, Eastern Michigan

Second Team Jonathon Newsome, Ball State Freddie Bishop, Western Michigan ! Steven Means, Buffalo Andy Mulumba, Eastern Michigan Tyrone Clark, Northern Illinois Justin Cudworth, Eastern Michigan ! Travis Freeman, Ball State + Luke Batton, Kent State ! Jahleel Addae, Central Michigan %& Luke Wollet, Kent State ! Darren Thellen, UMass Justin Currie, Western Michigan Brian Schmiedebusch, Bowling Green &

Third Team Nate Ollie, Ball State + Jake Dooley, Kent State Neal Huynh, Ohio Ted Ouellet, Bowling Green C.J. Malauulu, Kent State + Alphonso Lewis, Ohio Dwayne Woods, Bowling Green #& Desmond Bozeman, Western Michigan Cam Truss, Bowling Green Eric Patterson, Ball State Cheatham Norrils, Toledo Johnnie Simon, Western Michigan + Colter Johnson, UMass

@ 2010 First team All-MAC ^ 2009 First team All-MAC # 2010 Second team All-MAC % 2010 Third team All-MAC

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE 2012 ACADEMIC ALL-MAC TEAM The Mid-American Conference announced its 2012 Football Academic All-MAC team as voted by faculty athletic representatives at MAC institutions. A total of 38 student-athletes were named to the 2012 Academic All-MAC team. The Academic All-MAC honor is for a student-athlete who has excelled in athletics and academics. To qualify, a student-athlete must have at least a 3.20 cumulative GPA and have participated in at least 50 percent of the contests for that particular sport. First-year students and junior college transfers in their first year of residence are not eligible for the award. Toledo (Jeremiah Detmer, Zac Kerin, A.J. Lindeman, Greg Mancz, Dan Molls, Ben Pike, Matt Wall) topped the 2012 Academic All-MAC squad with seven selections, followed by Northern Illinois (Alan Baxter, Nabal Jefferson, Ryan Neir, Jason Schepler, Courtney Stephen, Rob Sterling) with six selections. Ball State (Zane Fakes, Scott Kovanda, Tony Martin, Nick Miles, Jacob Richard) had five honorees, while Bowling Green (Tyler Beck, Dominic Flewellyn, Gabe Martin, Tyler Tate) and Central Michigan (Richie Hogan, Ryan Radcliff, A.J. Westendorp, Cody Wilson) both had four selections. Kent State (Jake Dooley, Spencer Keith, Anthony Meray) had three selections, while Buffalo (Alex Neutz, Colby Way), Ohio (JD Bales, Neal Huynh) and Western Michigan (Justin Currie, Chris Prom) each had two honorees. Akron (Robert Stein), Eastern Michigan (Jay Karutz) and Miami (Mason Krysinski) had one selection. Three-time selections include Scott Kovanda (Ball State), Cody Wilson (Central Michigan), Spencer Keith (Kent State), Nabal Jefferson (Northern Illinois) and Dan Molls (Toledo). Two-time selections include Alex Neutz (Buffalo), Colby Way (Buffalo), Ryan Radcliff (Central Michigan), Jay Karutz (Eastern Michigan), Mason Krysinski (Miami), Ryan Neir (Northern Illinois) and Zac Kerin (Toledo).

2012 Academic All-MAC Football Team Name, School

Year

GPA Major/Hometown

Robert Stein, Akron Zane Fakes, Ball State #& Scott Kovanda, Ball State Tony Martin, Ball State Nick Miles, Ball State Jacob Richard, Ball State Tyler Beck, Bowling Green Dominic Flewellyn, Bowling Green Gabe Martin, Bowling Green Tyler Tate, Bowling Green # Alex Neutz, Buffalo # Colby Way, Buffalo Richie Hogan, Central Michigan # Ryan Radcliff, Central Michigan A.J. Westendorp, Central Michigan #& Cody Wilson, Central Michigan # Jay Karutz, Eastern Michigan Jake Dooley, Kent State #& Spencer Keith, Kent State Anthony Meray, Kent State # Mason Krysinski, Miami Alan Baxter, Northern Illinois #& Nabal Jefferson, Northern Illinois # Ryan Neir, Northern Illinois Jason Schepler, Northern Illinois Courtney Stephen, Northern Illinois Rob Sterling, Northern Illinois JD Bales, Ohio Neal Huynh, Ohio Jeremiah Detmer, Toledo # Zac Kerin, Toledo A.J. Lindeman, Toledo Greg Mancz, Toledo #& Dan Molls, Toledo Ben Pike, Toledo Matt Wall, Toledo Justin Currie, Western Michigan Chris Prom, Western Michigan

Freshman Senior Senior Senior Sophomore Sophomore Junior Junior Sophomore Freshman Junior Junior Junior Senior Junior Senior Senior Senior Senior Sophomore Junior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Sophomore Senior Senior Sophomore Junior Senior Sophomore Senior Senior Junior Sophomore Junior

3.82 GPA 3.58 GPA 3.80 GPA 3.40 GPA 3.54 GPA 3.64 GPA 3.77 GPA 3.24 GPA 3.49 GPA 4.00 GPA 3.59 GPA 3.49 GPA 3.45 GPA 3.47 GPA 3.96 GPA 3.66 GPA 3.88 GPA 3.32 GPA 3.74 GPA 3.89 GPA 3.95 GPA 3.63 GPA 3.69 GPA 4.00 GPA 3.87 GPA 3.78 GPA 3.66 GPA 3.60 GPA 3.20 GPA 3.71 GPA 3.63 GPA 3.35 GPA 3.49 GPA 3.56 GPA 3.58 GPA 3.85 GPA 3.52 GPA 3.59 GPA

Mechanical Engineering (Cincinnati, Ohio) Exercise Science (Plainfield, Ind.) Finance (Hartland, Mich.) Physical Education (Park Hills, Mo.) Business (Burlington, N.C.) Business (Carmel, Ind.) Accounting (Wyomissing, Pa.) Accounting (Maple Heights, Ohio) Marketing (Grand Blanc, Mich.) Exercise Science (Carroll, Ohio) Business Administration (Grand Island, N.Y.) Computer Engineering (State College, Pa.) Health and Fitness (Laguna Hills, Calif.) Accounting (Sherwood, Ohio) Biomedical Sciences (Holland, Mich.) Marketing (Rochester Hills, Mich.) Individualized Studies (North Ryde, New South Wales) Business Management (Mason, Ohio) Pre-Med Biology (Little Rock, Ark.) Exercise Specialist (Spanaway, Wash.) Biochemistry (Shelby Township, Mich.) Finance (Buffalo Grove, Ill.) Accountancy (Chicago, Ill.) MBA (Roscoe, Ill.) Electrical Engineering (Sycamore, Ill.) Psychology (Brampton, Ontario, Canada) Accountancy (Lansing, Ill.) Mechanical Engineering (Beavercreek, Ohio) Health Services Administration (Altoona, Pa.) Education (Hilliard, Ohio) Civil Engineering (Delaware, Ohio) Construction Engineering (Aurora, Ill.) Finance (Cincinnati, Ohio) Exercise Science (North Royalton, Ohio) Education (Mentor, Ohio) Mechanical Engineering (Centerville, Ohio) Criminal Justice (Big Rapids, Mich.) Secondary Education (Saukville, Wis.)

#2011 Academic All-MAC selection; &2010 Academic All-MAC selection

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE 2012 Statistics -- TEAM LEADERS

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SCORING OFFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg -------------------------------------------------------------1. Northern Illinois....14 71 15 69 0 0 0 540 38.6 2. Ball State.......... 13 52 25 50 0 0 0 437 33.6 3. Kent State.......... 14 58 19 58 0 0 0 463 33.1 4. Ohio................ 13 49 23 49 0 0 0 412 31.7 5. Toledo.............. 13 49 24 44 0 0 0 410 31.5 6. Western Michigan.... 12 46 10 42 1 0 1 352 29.3 7. Central Michigan.... 13 47 15 44 1 0 1 375 28.8 8. Akron............... 12 41 9 38 1 0 0 313 26.1 9. Miami............... 12 34 15 23 4 0 0 280 23.3 10. Bowling Green...... 13 39 9 35 0 0 1 298 22.9 11. Eastern Michigan... 12 33 10 28 0 0 0 256 21.3 12. Buffalo............ 12 32 11 28 1 0 0 255 21.2 13. UMass.............. 12 18 10 14 0 0 0 152 12.7

RUSHING DEFENSE G Rushes Yards Avg. Long TD Yds/G -------------------------------------------------------------1. Bowling Green....... 13 413 1385 3.4 79 14 106.5 2. Kent State.......... 14 507 1936 3.8 68 15 138.3 3. Northern Illinois... 14 587 2049 3.5 60 21 146.4 4. Western Michigan.... 12 462 1862 4.0 53 21 155.2 5. Buffalo............. 12 501 1865 3.7 57 22 155.4 6. Ohio................ 13 467 2077 4.4 68 12 159.8 7. Toledo.............. 13 445 2370 5.3 73 19 182.3 8. Central Michigan.... 13 511 2492 4.9 55 28 191.7 9. Ball State.......... 13 522 2692 5.2 71 24 207.1 10. Akron.............. 12 517 2533 4.9 72 22 211.1 11. UMass.............. 12 513 2709 5.3 74 33 225.8 12. Miami.............. 12 529 2893 5.5 65 35 241.1 13. Eastern Michigan... 12 510 3199 6.3 87 34 266.6

SCORING DEFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg -------------------------------------------------------------1. Bowling Green....... 13 25 14 22 1 0 1 218 16.8 2. Northern Illinois... 14 34 15 27 1 0 0 278 19.9 3. Kent State.......... 14 42 16 39 1 0 1 343 24.5 4. Ohio................ 13 41 11 41 0 0 1 322 24.8 5. Toledo.............. 13 46 16 39 2 0 1 369 28.4 6. Buffalo............. 12 43 15 39 0 0 0 342 28.5 7. Western Michigan.... 12 43 19 39 1 0 0 356 29.7 8. Ball State.......... 13 53 15 43 4 0 1 416 32.0 9. Central Michigan.... 13 54 15 52 0 0 0 421 32.4 10. Miami.............. 12 55 11 52 1 0 1 419 34.9 11. Akron.............. 12 53 19 49 2 0 0 428 35.7 12. Eastern Michigan... 12 57 18 55 0 0 0 451 37.6 13. UMass.............. 12 65 9 63 1 0 0 482 40.2

PASS OFFENSE G Comp-Att-Int Pct. Yds Avg/A TD Yds/G -----------------------------------------------------------------1. Akron............... 12 364-583-18 62.4 3753 6.4 30 312.8 2. Miami............... 12 311-495-12 62.8 3584 7.2 26 298.7 3. Western Michigan.... 12 304-511-21 59.5 3477 6.8 28 289.8 4. Ball State.......... 13 319-492-10 64.8 3302 6.7 28 254.0 5. Toledo.............. 13 271-441-11 61.5 3276 7.4 19 252.0 6. Central Michigan.... 13 244-413-9 59.1 3170 7.7 23 243.8 7. Ohio................ 13 250-402-5 62.2 3139 7.8 23 241.5 8. Northern Illinois... 14 245-410-6 59.8 3239 7.9 26 231.4 9. Bowling Green....... 13 239-442-13 54.1 2757 6.2 16 212.1 10. Buffalo............ 12 196-380-10 51.6 2391 6.3 17 199.2 11. UMass.............. 12 237-444-19 53.4 2240 5.0 9 186.7 12. Eastern Michigan... 12 159-308-15 51.6 2059 6.7 19 171.6 13. Kent State......... 14 198-358-11 55.3 2275 6.4 14 162.5

TOTAL OFFENSE G Rush Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Yds/G ---------------------------------------------------------------1. Northern Illinois... 14 3335 3239 1023 6574 6.4 70 469.6 2. Ball State.......... 13 2642 3302 1035 5944 5.7 52 457.2 3. Toledo.............. 13 2512 3276 962 5788 6.0 40 445.2 4. Ohio................ 13 2643 3139 998 5782 5.8 47 444.8 5. Western Michigan.... 12 1794 3477 915 5271 5.8 45 439.2 6. Akron............... 12 1373 3753 948 5126 5.4 39 427.2 7. Central Michigan.... 13 1952 3170 828 5122 6.2 45 394.0 8. Kent State.......... 14 3161 2275 942 5436 5.8 50 388.3 9. Miami............... 12 1039 3584 834 4623 5.5 33 385.2 10. Buffalo............ 12 2119 2391 866 4510 5.2 30 375.8 11. Bowling Green...... 13 1994 2757 895 4751 5.3 35 365.5 12. Eastern Michigan... 12 1965 2059 756 4024 5.3 32 335.3 13. UMass.............. 12 1099 2240 854 3339 3.9 17 278.2

PASS DEFENSE G Comp-Att-Int Pct. Yds Avg/A TD Yds/G -----------------------------------------------------------------1. Bowling Green....... 13 238-411-10 57.9 2471 6.0 11 190.1 2. Buffalo............. 12 189-341-13 55.4 2499 7.3 18 208.2 3. Eastern Michigan.... 12 208-350-7 59.4 2548 7.3 18 212.3 4. Northern Illinois... 14 284-509-15 55.8 3121 6.1 11 222.9 5. Miami............... 12 217-356-12 61.0 2719 7.6 17 226.6 6. Ohio................ 13 267-474-13 56.3 2977 6.3 26 229.0 7. UMass............... 12 228-353-13 64.6 2817 8.0 26 234.8 8. Akron............... 12 232-380-5 61.1 2867 7.5 30 238.9 9. Central Michigan.... 13 261-420-13 62.1 3129 7.4 23 240.7 10. Western Michigan... 12 234-387-8 60.5 2889 7.5 19 240.8 11. Ball State......... 13 264-427-7 61.8 3319 7.8 28 255.3 12. Kent State......... 14 317-521-23 60.8 3808 7.3 27 272.0 13. Toledo............. 13 309-501-17 61.7 3781 7.5 26 290.8

TOTAL DEFENSE G Rush Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Yds/G ---------------------------------------------------------------1. Bowling Green....... 13 1385 2471 824 3856 4.7 25 296.6 2. Buffalo............. 12 1865 2499 842 4364 5.2 40 363.7 3. Northern Illinois... 14 2049 3121 1096 5170 4.7 32 369.3 4. Ohio................ 13 2077 2977 941 5054 5.4 38 388.8 5. Western Michigan.... 12 1862 2889 849 4751 5.6 40 395.9 6. Kent State.......... 14 1936 3808 1028 5744 5.6 42 410.3 7. Central Michigan.... 13 2492 3129 931 5621 6.0 51 432.4 8. Akron............... 12 2533 2867 897 5400 6.0 52 450.0 9. UMass............... 12 2709 2817 866 5526 6.4 59 460.5 10. Ball State......... 13 2692 3319 949 6011 6.3 52 462.4 11. Miami.............. 12 2893 2719 885 5612 6.3 52 467.7 12. Toledo............. 13 2370 3781 946 6151 6.5 45 473.2 13. Eastern Michigan... 12 3199 2548 860 5747 6.7 52 478.9

PASS EFFICIENCY G Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds Avg/G TD Effic -------------------------------------------------------------1. Ohio................ 13 250-402-5 62.2 3139 241.5 23 144.2 2. Northern Illinois... 14 245-410-6 59.8 3239 231.4 26 144.1 3. Central Michigan.... 13 244-413-9 59.1 3170 243.8 23 137.6 4. Miami............... 12 311-495-12 62.8 3584 298.7 26 136.1 5. Ball State.......... 13 319-492-10 64.8 3302 254.0 28 135.9 6. Toledo.............. 13 271-441-11 61.5 3276 252.0 19 133.1 7. Akron............... 12 364-583-18 62.4 3753 312.8 30 127.3 8. Western Michigan.... 12 304-511-21 59.5 3477 289.8 28 126.5 9. Eastern Michigan.... 12 159-308-15 51.6 2059 171.6 19 118.4 10. Kent State......... 14 198-358-11 55.3 2275 162.5 14 115.4 11. Buffalo............ 12 196-380-10 51.6 2391 199.2 17 113.9 12. Bowling Green...... 13 239-442-13 54.1 2757 212.1 16 112.5 13. UMass.............. 12 237-444-19 53.4 2240 186.7 9 93.9

RUSHING OFFENSE G Att Yds Avg Long TD Yds/G -------------------------------------------------------------1. Northern Illinois... 14 613 3335 5.4 88 44 238.2 2. Kent State.......... 14 584 3161 5.4 87 36 225.8 3. Ohio................ 13 596 2643 4.4 58 24 203.3 4. Ball State.......... 13 543 2642 4.9 75 24 203.2 5. Toledo.............. 13 521 2512 4.8 53 21 193.2 6. Buffalo............. 12 486 2119 4.4 49 13 176.6 7. Eastern Michigan.... 12 448 1965 4.4 70 13 163.8 8. Bowling Green....... 13 453 1994 4.4 55 19 153.4 9. Central Michigan.... 13 415 1952 4.7 72 22 150.2 10. Western Michigan... 12 404 1794 4.4 66 17 149.5 11. Akron.............. 12 365 1373 3.8 70 9 114.4 12. UMass.............. 12 410 1099 2.7 32 8 91.6 13. Miami.............. 12 339 1039 3.1 40 7 86.6

PASS DEF EFFICIENCY G Cmp-Att-Int Pct. Yds Avg/G TD Effic -------------------------------------------------------------1. Northern Illinois... 14 284-509-15 55.8 3121 222.9 11 108.5 2. Bowling Green....... 13 238-411-10 57.9 2471 190.1 11 112.4 3. Ohio................ 13 267-474-13 56.3 2977 229.0 26 121.7 4. Buffalo............. 12 189-341-13 55.4 2499 208.2 18 126.8 5. Kent State.......... 14 317-521-23 60.8 3808 272.0 27 130.5 6. Eastern Michigan.... 12 208-350-7 59.4 2548 212.3 18 133.6 7. Miami............... 12 217-356-12 61.0 2719 226.6 17 134.1 8. Western Michigan.... 12 234-387-8 60.5 2889 240.8 19 135.2 9. Toledo.............. 13 309-501-17 61.7 3781 290.8 26 135.4 10. Central Michigan... 13 261-420-13 62.1 3129 240.7 23 136.6 11. Ball State......... 13 264-427-7 61.8 3319 255.3 28 145.5 12. Akron.............. 12 232-380-5 61.1 2867 238.9 30 147.8 13. UMass.............. 12 228-353-13 64.6 2817 234.8 26 148.6

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE 2012 Statistics -- TEAM LEADERS KICKOFF RETURNS G Ret Yds TD Long Avg -----------------------------------------------1. Ball State.......... 13 45 1056 0 46 23.5 2. Northern Illinois... 14 38 882 1 93 23.2 3. Central Michigan.... 13 54 1214 0 69 22.5 4. Kent State.......... 14 47 1039 3 99 22.1 5. Toledo.............. 13 53 1170 3 91 22.1 6. Ohio................ 13 45 968 1 100 21.5 7. Eastern Michigan.... 12 59 1228 0 45 20.8 8. UMass............... 12 57 1133 0 61 19.9 9. Bowling Green....... 13 39 775 0 52 19.9 10. Western Michigan... 12 53 1046 0 47 19.7 11. Miami.............. 12 35 672 0 41 19.2 12. Buffalo............ 12 45 850 0 53 18.9 13. Akron.............. 12 45 745 0 41 16.6

FIELD GOALS G Made Att Pct -------------------------------------------1. Miami................ 12 15 18 .833 Eastern Michigan..... 12 10 12 .833 3. Toledo............... 13 24 29 .828 4. Northern Illinois.... 14 15 19 .789 5. Ball State........... 13 25 32 .781 6. UMass................ 12 10 13 .769 7. Central Michigan..... 13 15 20 .750 Akron................ 12 9 12 .750 9. Ohio................. 13 23 31 .742 10. Buffalo............. 12 11 15 .733 11. Kent State.......... 14 19 26 .731 12. Western Michigan.... 12 10 16 .625 13. Bowling Green....... 13 9 17 .529

PUNT RETURN AVG G Ret Yds TD Long Avg -----------------------------------------------1. Western Michigan.... 12 17 190 0 48 11.2 2. Ball State.......... 13 16 177 0 27 11.1 3. Toledo.............. 13 22 226 1 66 10.3 4. Bowling Green....... 13 27 277 1 80 10.3 5. Ohio................ 13 30 287 0 38 9.6 6. Northern Illinois... 14 32 263 0 44 8.2 7. UMass............... 12 20 154 0 29 7.7 8. Akron............... 12 24 165 0 52 6.9 9. Kent State.......... 14 9 52 0 12 5.8 10. Eastern Michigan... 12 18 94 0 24 5.2 11. Buffalo............ 12 13 66 1 33 5.1 12. Miami.............. 12 6 19 0 11 3.2 13. Central Michigan... 13 12 31 0 19 2.6

PAT KICKING G Made Att Pct -------------------------------------------1. Kent State.......... 14 58 58 1.000 Ohio................ 13 49 49 1.000 3. Northern Illinois... 14 69 70 .986 4. Ball State.......... 13 50 51 .980 5. Central Michigan.... 13 44 45 .978 6. Western Michigan.... 12 42 43 .977 7. Akron............... 12 38 39 .974 8. Buffalo............. 12 28 29 .966 9. Bowling Green....... 13 35 37 .946 10. Toledo............. 13 44 47 .936 11. Miami.............. 12 23 25 .920 12. Eastern Michigan... 12 28 32 .875 UMass.............. 12 14 16 .875

INTERCEPTIONS G No. Yds TD Long Avg -----------------------------------------------1. Kent State.......... 14 23 154 2 48 6.7 2. Toledo.............. 13 17 394 4 75 23.2 3. Northern Illinois... 14 15 187 0 44 12.5 4. UMass............... 12 13 223 1 42 17.2 5. Ohio................ 13 13 51 1 22 3.9 6. Buffalo............. 12 13 153 1 35 11.8 7. Central Michigan.... 13 13 178 2 55 13.7 8. Miami............... 12 12 85 1 25 7.1 9. Bowling Green....... 13 10 147 2 48 14.7 10. Western Michigan... 12 8 8 0 3 1.0 11. Eastern Michigan... 12 7 100 1 52 14.3 12. Ball State......... 13 7 53 0 46 7.6 13. Akron.............. 12 5 62 1 44 12.4

SACKS BY G Sacks Yards Avg./G ---------------------------------------------1. Northern Illinois... 14 40 262 2.86 2. Bowling Green....... 13 38 280 2.92 3. Kent State.......... 14 35 238 2.50 4. Buffalo............. 12 34 207 2.83 5. Ohio................ 13 25 133 1.92 Western Michigan.... 12 25 151 2.08 7. Toledo.............. 13 24 151 1.85 8. Ball State.......... 13 20 114 1.54 9. Central Michigan.... 13 18 127 1.38 10. Akron.............. 12 16 77 1.33 11. Miami.............. 12 15 109 1.25 12. UMass.............. 12 12 79 1.00 13. Eastern Michigan... 12 7 42 0.58

PUNTING G No. Yards Avg/P Ret. Avg/R TB Net/P --------------------------------------------------------------1. Kent State.......... 14 72 3065 42.6 83 1.2 5 40.0 2. Ball State.......... 13 47 1892 40.3 6 0.1 2 39.3 3. Eastern Michigan.... 12 70 2955 42.2 180 2.6 3 38.8 4. Toledo.............. 13 58 2350 40.5 108 1.9 3 37.6 5. Northern Illinois... 14 53 2059 38.8 14 0.3 3 37.5 6. Miami............... 12 60 2409 40.2 95 1.6 6 36.6 7. UMass............... 12 77 3258 42.3 412 5.4 5 35.7 8. Central Michigan.... 13 57 2361 41.4 272 4.8 3 35.6 9. Bowling Green....... 13 74 2962 40.0 111 1.5 12 35.3 10. Ohio............... 13 59 2202 37.3 59 1.0 5 34.6 11. Western Michigan... 12 57 2282 40.0 224 3.9 7 33.6 12. Akron.............. 12 68 2715 39.9 354 5.2 4 33.5 13. Buffalo............ 12 81 2828 34.9 115 1.4 3 32.8

SACKS AGAINST G Sacks Yards Avg./G ---------------------------------------------1. Ball State.......... 13 14 92 1.08 2. Central Michigan.... 13 15 101 1.15 Bowling Green....... 13 15 95 1.15 4. Northern Illinois... 14 17 81 1.21 5. Western Michigan.... 12 20 127 1.67 6. Kent State.......... 14 21 148 1.50 7. Eastern Michigan.... 12 22 146 1.83 8. Akron............... 12 24 194 2.00 9. Toledo.............. 13 26 127 2.00 10. Ohio............... 13 27 213 2.08 11. Buffalo............ 12 28 142 2.33 12. UMass.............. 12 32 206 2.67 13. Miami.............. 12 39 238 3.25

KICKOFF COVERAGE G No. Yards Avg Retn TB NetAvg -----------------------------------------------------------1. UMass................ 12 39 2366 60.7 511 10 42.4 2. Toledo............... 13 85 5234 61.6 1207 23 42.0 3. Central Michigan..... 13 73 4432 60.7 982 21 41.5 4. Northern Illinois.... 14 96 5663 59.0 1062 32 41.3 5. Kent State........... 14 90 5483 60.9 1113 34 41.0 6. Ohio................. 13 86 5348 62.2 1168 33 40.9 7. Ball State........... 13 84 5063 60.3 1223 23 40.2 8. Akron................ 12 59 3266 55.4 529 21 39.3 9. Eastern Michigan..... 12 52 3040 58.5 965 3 38.8 10. Bowling Green....... 13 61 3469 56.9 980 8 38.2 11. Western Michigan.... 12 63 3598 57.1 996 10 38.1 12. Miami............... 12 59 3211 54.4 785 15 36.0 13. Buffalo............. 12 51 2700 52.9 786 13 32.4

FIRST DOWNS G Rush Pass Pen Total Avg./G -----------------------------------------------------1. Ball State.......... 13 151 181 31 363 27.9 2. Northern Illinois... 14 163 144 19 326 23.3 3. Ohio................ 13 134 142 26 302 23.2 4. Toledo.............. 13 133 141 20 294 22.6 5. Akron............... 12 80 180 27 287 23.9 6. Western Michigan.... 12 101 161 22 284 23.7 7. Central Michigan.... 13 105 143 20 268 20.6 8. Kent State.......... 14 139 105 20 264 18.9 9. Miami............... 12 68 160 23 251 20.9 10. Bowling Green...... 13 114 115 18 247 19.0 11. Buffalo............ 12 106 107 29 242 20.2 12. UMass.............. 12 69 119 18 206 17.2 13. Eastern Michigan... 12 99 85 16 200 16.7

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE 2012 Statistics -- TEAM LEADERS OPPONENT 1ST DOWNS G Rush Pass Pen Total Avg./G --------------------------------------------------1. Bowling Green....... 13 75 104 18 197 15.2 2. Buffalo............. 12 93 119 17 229 19.1 3. Western Michigan.... 12 98 133 19 250 20.8 4. Eastern Michigan.... 12 146 111 20 277 23.1 Ohio................ 13 111 144 22 277 21.3 6. UMass............... 12 132 134 17 283 23.6 7. Central Michigan.... 13 131 141 14 286 22.0 8. Akron............... 12 137 131 27 295 24.6 9. Miami............... 12 142 139 15 296 24.7 10. Kent State......... 14 103 182 18 303 21.6 11. Toledo............. 13 108 169 31 308 23.7 12. Northern Illinois.. 14 140 145 28 313 22.4 13. Ball State......... 13 138 153 23 314 24.2 3RD-DN CONVERSIONS G Conv Att Pct ------------------------------------------1. Ball State.......... 13 89 189 47.1 2. Northern Illinois... 14 95 204 46.6 3. Western Michigan.... 12 84 182 46.2 4. Ohio................ 13 87 203 42.9 5. Toledo.............. 13 81 192 42.2 6. Akron............... 12 75 189 39.7 7. Miami............... 12 69 176 39.2 8. Central Michigan.... 13 61 156 39.1 9. Bowling Green....... 13 71 193 36.8 10. UMass.............. 12 74 204 36.3 11. Kent State......... 14 69 197 35.0 12. Buffalo............ 12 63 186 33.9 13. Eastern Michigan... 12 53 164 32.3 OPP 3RD-DN CONVERT G Conv Att Pct ------------------------------------------1. Bowling Green....... 13 52 185 28.1 2. Akron............... 12 61 170 35.9 3. Buffalo............. 12 68 184 37.0 4. Kent State.......... 14 80 207 38.6 5. Western Michigan.... 12 70 179 39.1 6. Northern Illinois... 14 90 227 39.6 7. Toledo.............. 13 73 181 40.3 8. Ohio................ 13 90 205 43.9 9. Central Michigan.... 13 84 191 44.0 10. Ball State......... 13 81 184 44.0 11. UMass.............. 12 70 153 45.8 12. Miami.............. 12 76 163 46.6 13. Eastern Michigan... 12 81 170 47.6 4TH-DN CONVERSIONS G Conv Att Pct ------------------------------------------1. Northern Illinois... 14 20 27 74.1 2. Kent State.......... 14 15 22 68.2 3. Ball State.......... 13 9 15 60.0 4. Western Michigan.... 12 6 12 50.0 Eastern Michigan.... 12 8 16 50.0 Ohio................ 13 10 20 50.0 7. Toledo.............. 13 8 17 47.1 8. Akron............... 12 9 20 45.0 9. UMass............... 12 14 32 43.8 10. Buffalo............ 12 10 23 43.5 11. Miami.............. 12 7 20 35.0 12. Bowling Green...... 13 8 23 34.8 13. Central Michigan... 13 4 13 30.8 OPP 4TH-DN CONVERT G Conv Att Pct ------------------------------------------1. Bowling Green....... 13 5 19 26.3 2. Toledo.............. 13 5 17 29.4 3. Western Michigan.... 12 6 17 35.3 4. Northern Illinois... 14 15 32 46.9 5. Kent State.......... 14 11 22 50.0 UMass............... 12 8 16 50.0 7. Akron............... 12 8 15 53.3 8. Ohio................ 13 11 19 57.9 Ball State.......... 13 11 19 57.9 10. Central Michigan... 13 17 28 60.7 11. Eastern Michigan... 12 8 13 61.5 12. Miami.............. 12 10 15 66.7 13. Buffalo............ 12 14 20 70.0

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PENALTIES G No Yds Avg/G -----------------------------------------1. Miami............... 12 57 443 36.9 2. Central Michigan.... 13 55 487 37.5 3. Kent State.......... 14 73 628 44.9 4. Ball State.......... 13 61 614 47.2 5. Ohio................ 13 69 650 50.0 6. Western Michigan.... 12 76 624 52.0 7. Eastern Michigan.... 12 71 644 53.7 8. Northern Illinois... 14 83 767 54.8 9. UMass............... 12 81 679 56.6 10. Bowling Green...... 13 92 775 59.6 11. Buffalo............ 12 73 750 62.5 12. Akron.............. 12 101 797 66.4 13. Toledo............. 13 89 884 68.0

OPPONENT PENALTIES G No Yds Avg/G -----------------------------------------1. Ball State.......... 13 96 927 71.3 2. UMass............... 12 92 778 64.8 3. Western Michigan.... 12 81 694 57.8 Miami............... 12 72 694 57.8 5. Buffalo............. 12 68 678 56.5 6. Central Michigan.... 13 84 732 56.3 7. Toledo.............. 13 73 682 52.5 8. Bowling Green....... 13 85 670 51.5 9. Akron............... 12 71 594 49.5 10. Ohio............... 13 69 640 49.2 11. Kent State......... 14 70 659 47.1 12. Northern Illinois.. 14 66 629 44.9 13. Eastern Michigan... 12 60 524 43.7 TIME OF POSSESSION G Total Time Avg/G ---------------------------------------------1. Toledo.............. 13 409:30 31:30 2. Bowling Green....... 13 405:57 31:13 3. Ball State.......... 13 405:12 31:10 4. Kent State.......... 14 434:41 31:02 5. Ohio................ 13 397:16 30:33 6. Miami............... 12 356:24 29:42 7. Central Michigan.... 13 382:24 29:24 8. Western Michigan.... 12 350:16 29:11 9. UMass............... 12 349:10 29:05 10. Eastern Michigan... 12 346:24 28:52 11. Buffalo............ 12 342:18 28:31 12. Akron.............. 12 334:46 27:53 13. Northern Illinois.. 14 380:52 27:12 |--Gained--| |---Lost---| TURNOVER MARGIN G Fum Int Tot Fum Int Tot Mar Per/G -------------------------------------------------------------1. Kent State.......... 14 15 23 38 7 11 18 +20 1.43 2. Ohio................ 13 12 13 25 5 5 10 +15 1.15 3. Toledo.............. 13 10 17 27 9 11 20 +7 0.54 4. Northern Illinois... 14 12 15 27 14 6 20 +7 0.50 5. Bowling Green....... 13 12 10 22 5 13 18 +4 0.31 6. Central Michigan.... 13 5 13 18 7 9 16 +2 0.15 7. Ball State.......... 13 7 7 14 7 10 17 -3 -0.23 8. Miami............... 12 2 12 14 7 12 19 -5 -0.42 Eastern Michigan.... 12 9 7 16 6 15 21 -5 -0.42 10. Buffalo............ 12 3 13 16 12 10 22 -6 -0.50 11. UMass.............. 12 6 13 19 9 19 28 -9 -0.75 12. Akron.............. 12 8 5 13 9 18 27 -14 -1.17 Western Michigan... 12 9 8 17 10 21 31 -14 -1.17 RED ZONE OFFENSE G RedZone Percent TDs R/P FG-AT TurnO ----------------------------------------------------------------1. Central Michigan.... 13 42-48 87.5 30 18-12 12-12 2 2. Eastern Michigan.... 12 25-29 86.2 18 7-11 7-8 2 3. Ball State.......... 13 57-68 83.8 41 18-23 16-20 2 4. Akron............... 12 36-44 81.8 29 7-22 7-9 3 5. Kent State.......... 14 44-54 81.5 30 25-5 14-16 3 6. Northern Illinois... 14 57-71 80.3 50 34-16 7-9 5 7. Toledo.............. 13 43-54 79.6 24 17-7 19-21 3 8. Ohio................ 13 49-62 79.0 33 19-14 16-22 0 9. Western Michigan.... 12 39-51 76.5 31 14-17 8-11 5 10. Miami.............. 12 34-45 75.6 23 7-16 11-14 3 11. Buffalo............ 12 25-36 69.4 19 11-8 6-9 4 12. UMass.............. 12 22-32 68.8 13 8-5 9-11 4 13. Bowling Green...... 13 31-47 66.0 23 14-9 8-14 3 RED ZONE DEFENSE G RedZone Percent TDs R/P FG-AT TurnO ----------------------------------------------------------------1. Northern Illinois... 14 35-52 67.3 23 15-8 12-16 8 2. Toledo.............. 13 33-48 68.8 23 9-14 10-15 4 3. Kent State.......... 14 39-49 79.6 26 11-15 13-14 5 4. Miami............... 12 47-59 79.7 40 29-11 7-10 3 5. Buffalo............. 12 38-47 80.9 27 18-9 11-13 2 6. Bowling Green....... 13 26-32 81.2 16 10-6 10-12 1 7. Western Michigan.... 12 42-51 82.4 30 16-14 12-13 3 8. Eastern Michigan.... 12 44-53 83.0 29 21-8 15-17 2 9. Akron............... 12 47-55 85.5 34 17-17 13-17 2 10. Central Michigan... 13 49-57 86.0 38 23-15 11-12 2 11. Ball State......... 13 44-51 86.3 35 19-16 9-12 2 12. UMass.............. 12 52-59 88.1 45 25-20 7-8 3 13. Ohio............... 13 34-38 89.5 27 10-17 7-8 2 ON-SIDE KICK BY G OnSide Percent -----------------------------------------1. Northern Illinois... 14 1 1 100.0 2. Toledo.............. 13 1 2 50.0 Central Michigan.... 13 1 2 50.0 Buffalo............. 12 1 2 50.0 5. Ball State.......... 13 1 3 33.3 6. Western Michigan.... 12 1 4 25.0 7. Miami............... 12 0 3 0.0 Eastern Michigan.... 12 0 3 0.0 UMass............... 12 0 1 0.0 Akron............... 12 0 1 0.0 Ohio; Kent State; Bowling Green -- 0 attempts

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE 2012 Statistics -- INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING Team Cl G Att Yds Avg TD Long Yds/G ----------------------------------------------------------1. LYNCH, Jordan...NIU Jr 14 294 1815 6.2 19 88 129.6 2. FLUELLEN, David.UT Jr 12 259 1498 5.8 13 53 124.8 3. BLANKENSHIP, Be.OHIO Jr 13 312 1604 5.1 15 58 123.4 4. OLIVER, Branden.UB Jr 7 148 821 5.5 5 36 117.3 5. TIPTON, Zurlon..CMU Jr 13 252 1492 5.9 19 72 114.8 6. EDWARDS, Jahwan.BSU So 13 232 1410 6.1 14 75 108.5 7. ARCHER, Dri.....KENT Jr 14 159 1429 9.0 16 87 102.1 8. DURHAM, Trayion.KENT So 14 276 1316 4.8 14 33 94.0 9. CHISHOLM, Jawon.UA So 11 180 953 5.3 5 50 86.6 10. SAMUEL, Anthon.BGSU So 12 202 998 4.9 11 55 83.2

PUNT RETURN AVG Team Cl G Ret Yds TD Long Avg --------------------------------------------------1. WILSON, Jaime...WMU Fr 10 15 204 0 48 13.6 2. REEDY, Bernard..UT Jr 13 19 210 1 66 11.1 3. BURBRINK, Ryan..BGSU Fr 12 19 170 0 24 8.9 4. DAVIS, Imani....UA Fr 12 19 168 0 52 8.8 5. ASHFORD, Perez..NIU Sr 9 9 77 0 26 8.6 6. CLARK, Ryan.....OHIO Sr 13 25 203 0 35 8.1 7. T. Dudley-Giles.UMASSFr 11 14 112 0 29 8.0 8. SEBASTIANO, A.J.NIU Fr 13 17 107 0 30 6.3 9. REED, Demarius..EMU So 10 13 72 0 24 5.5

PASSING AVG/GAME Team Cl G Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Avg/G ------------------------------------------------------1. DYSERT, Zac.....MIA Sr 12 302-480-12 3483 25 290.2 2. WILLIAMS,Dalton.UA Sr 12 326-522-16 3387 25 282.2 3. CARDER, Alex....WMU Sr 6 145-248-10 1652 13 275.3 4. WENNING, Keith..BSU Jr 12 301-460-10 3095 24 257.9 5. RADCLIFF, Ryan..CMU Sr 13 242-407-9 3158 23 242.9 6. TETTLETON, T....OHIO Jr 12 228-367-4 2844 18 237.0 7. OWENS, Terrance.UT Jr 12 215-350-8 2707 14 225.6 8. LYNCH, Jordan...NIU Jr 14 237-394-6 3138 25 224.1 9. SCHILZ, Matt....BGSU Jr 13 228-413-12 2585 14 198.8 10. Mike Wegzyn....UMASSFr 11 182-346-10 1825 6 165.9

KICK RETURN AVG Team Cl G Ret Yds TD Long Avg ----------------------------------------------------1. ARCHER, Dri.....KENT Jr 14 16 591 3 99 36.9 2. REEDY, Bernard..UT Jr 13 32 885 3 91 27.7 3. SMITH, Jamill...BSU Jr 13 33 844 0 46 25.6 4. LEWIS, Tommylee.NIU Fr 14 24 589 1 93 24.5 5. PATTERSON, Daz’.OHIO Fr 12 24 582 1 100 24.2 6. LAVALLII, S.....CMU Fr 13 29 669 0 69 23.1 7. ALLEN, Tyler....EMU So 11 46 1036 0 45 22.5 8. FIELDS, Brian...WMU Jr 11 17 380 0 32 22.4 9. Jordan Broadnax.UMASS So 11 44 932 0 61 21.2 10. PETTIGREW, John.BGSU Sr 13 15 310 0 52 20.7

TOTAL OFFENSE Team Cl G Rush Pass Plays Total Yds/G --------------------------------------------------------1. LYNCH, Jordan...NIU Jr 14 1815 3138 688 4953 353.8 2. DYSERT, Zac.....MIA Sr 12 265 3483 588 3748 312.3 3. CARDER, Alex....WMU Sr 6 88 1652 288 1740 290.0 4. WILLIAMS,Dalton.UA Sr 12 -125 3387 551 3262 271.8 5. WENNING, Keith..BSU Jr 12 105 3095 516 3200 266.7 6. OWENS, Terrance.UT Jr 12 395 2707 451 3102 258.5 7. TETTLETON, T....OHIO Jr 12 244 2844 487 3088 257.3 8. RADCLIFF, Ryan..CMU Sr 13 -32 3158 436 3126 240.5 9. SCHILZ, Matt....BGSU Jr 13 -9 2585 445 2576 198.2 10. Mike Wegzyn....UMASSFr 11 141 1825 439 1966 178.7

PUNTING Team Cl G No. Yds Lg I20 50+ TB Avg. ---------------------------------------------------------1. Colter Johnson..UMASS Jr 12 66 2880 66 16 19 5 43.6 2. KARUTZ, Jay.....EMU Sr 12 69 2949 64 24 12 3 42.7 3. MELCHIORI, A....KENT Fr 14 72 3065 75 28 16 5 42.6 4. HOGAN, Richie...CMU Jr 12 50 2088 82 15 8 2 41.8 5. PAUL, Zach......UA Fr 12 65 2659 67 18 13 4 40.9 6. SCHMIEDEBUSCH...BGSU Jr 13 72 2941 60 24 18 12 40.8 7. SCHROEDER, J....WMU Fr 11 56 2282 82 12 11 7 40.8 8. PENZA, Vince....UT Jr 13 58 2350 62 21 5 3 40.5 9. MURPHY, Zac.....MIA Jr 12 57 2309 74 12 11 6 40.5 10. KOVANDA, Scott.BSU Sr 13 47 1892 56 27 6 2 40.3

RECEPTIONS/GAME Team Cl G Rec Yds TD Long Yds/G Rec/G --------------------------------------------------------1. HARWELL, Nick...MIA Jr 9 68 870 8 68 96.7 7.6 2. SNEAD, Willie...BSU So 13 89 1148 9 52 88.3 6.8 3. REEDY, Bernard..UT Jr 13 88 1113 6 65 85.6 6.8 4. WILSON, Jaime...WMU Fr 10 67 792 6 39 79.2 6.7 5. SUEL, Marquelo..UA Sr 12 76 820 5 34 68.3 6.3 6. CRUSE, Andy.....MIA Sr 12 74 681 6 47 56.8 6.2 7. NEUTZ, Alex.....UB Jr 11 65 1015 11 55 92.3 5.9 8. WILSON, Cody....CMU Sr 13 74 840 3 45 64.6 5.7 9. Deion Walker....UMASSFr 11 59 667 3 38 60.6 5.4 10. MOORE, Martel..NIU Sr 14 75 1083 13 73 77.4 5.4

SCORING Team Cl G TD FG XPT 2XP Pts Pts/G -------------------------------------------------------1. ARCHER, Dri.....KENT Jr 14 23 0 0 0 138 9.9 2. SCHOTT, Steven..BSU Sr 13 0 25 50 0 125 9.6 3. TIPTON, Zurlon..CMU Jr 13 20 0 0 0 120 9.2 4. WELLER, Matt....OHIO Sr 13 0 23 49 0 118 9.1 5. DETMER,Jeremiah.UT So 13 0 24 44 0 116 8.9 6. SIMS, Mathew....NIU Jr 14 1 15 67 0 118 8.4 7. CORTEZ, Freddy..KENT Sr 14 0 19 58 0 115 8.2 8. LYNCH, Jordan...NIU Jr 14 19 0 0 0 114 8.1 9. BLANKENSHIP, Be.OHIO Jr 13 16 0 0 0 96 7.4 10. HARMAN, David..CMU Sr 13 0 15 43 0 88 6.8

RECEIVE YDS/GAME Team Cl G Rec Yds TD Long Avg/C Yds/G ----------------------------------------------------------1. HARWELL, Nick...MIA Jr 9 68 870 8 68 12.8 96.7 2. NEUTZ, Alex.....UB Jr 11 65 1015 11 55 15.6 92.3 3. SNEAD, Willie...BSU So 13 89 1148 9 52 12.9 88.3 4. REEDY, Bernard..UT Jr 13 88 1113 6 65 12.6 85.6 5. WILSON, Jaime...WMU Fr 10 67 792 6 39 11.8 79.2 6. SCOTT, Dawan....MIA So 11 57 851 7 58 14.9 77.4 7. MOORE, Martel...NIU Sr 14 75 1083 13 73 14.4 77.4 8. RUSSELL, Alonzo.UT Fr 13 56 960 5 66 17.1 73.8 9. DAVIS, Titus....CMU So 12 43 860 8 92 20.0 71.7 10. MONETTE, Eric..WMU Sr 9 41 629 5 48 15.3 69.9

SCORING (TDs) Team Cl G TD Run Pass Ret PAT Pts Pts/G -----------------------------------------------------------1. ARCHER, Dri.....KENT Jr 14 23 16 4 3 0 138 9.9 2. TIPTON, Zurlon..CMU Jr 13 20 19 1 0 0 120 9.2 3. LYNCH, Jordan...NIU Jr 14 19 19 0 0 0 114 8.1 4. BLANKENSHIP, Be.OHIO Jr 13 16 15 1 0 0 96 7.4 5. FLUELLEN, David.UT Jr 12 13 13 0 0 0 78 6.5 6. EDWARDS, Jahwan.BSU So 13 14 14 0 0 0 84 6.5 7. NEUTZ, Alex.....UB Jr 11 11 0 11 0 0 66 6.0 SAMUEL, Anthon..BGSU So 12 12 11 1 0 0 72 6.0 DURHAM, Trayion.KENT So 14 14 14 0 0 0 84 6.0 10. MOORE, Martel..NIU Sr 14 13 0 13 0 0 78 5.6

ALL PURPOSE Team Cl G Rush Rcv PR KR Yds Avg/G -----------------------------------------------------------1. ARCHER, Dri.....KENT Jr 14 1429 561 -4 591 2577 184.1 2. REEDY, Bernard..UT Jr 13 63 1113 210 885 2271 174.7 3. FLUELLEN, David.UT Jr 12 1498 246 0 0 1744 145.3 4. BLANKENSHIP, Be.OHIO Jr 13 1604 182 0 0 1786 137.4 5. TIPTON, Zurlon..CMU Jr 13 1492 287 0 0 1779 136.8 6. SMITH, Jamill...BSU Jr 13 55 706 152 844 1757 135.2 7. LYNCH, Jordan...NIU Jr 14 1815 0 0 0 1815 129.6 8. EDWARDS, Jahwan.BSU So 13 1410 51 0 117 1578 121.4 9. OLIVER, Branden.UB Jr 7 821 25 0 0 846 120.9 10. CHISHOLM, Jawon.UA So 11 953 310 0 21 1284 116.7

SCORING (KICK) Team Cl G PATs FGs Pts Pts/G ------------------------------------------------------1. SCHOTT, Steven..BSU Sr 13 50-51 25-32 125 9.6 2. WELLER, Matt....OHIO Sr 13 49-49 23-31 118 9.1 3. DETMER,Jeremiah.UT So 13 44-47 24-29 116 8.9 4. CORTEZ, Freddy..KENT Sr 14 58-58 19-25 115 8.2 5. SIMS, Mathew....NIU Jr 14 67-68 15-19 112 8.0 6. HARMAN, David...CMU Sr 13 43-44 15-20 88 6.8 7. HALDEMAN, A.....WMU Fr 12 42-43 10-16 72 6.0 8. PATTERSON, K....MIA Fr 12 23-25 15-18 68 5.7 9. STEIN, Robert...UA Fr 12 38-39 9-12 65 5.4 10. MULDER, Dylan..EMU Fr 10 24-27 10-11 54 5.4

PASS EFFICIENCY Team Cl G Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Eff. ------------------------------------------------------1. LYNCH, Jordan...NIU Jr 14 237-394-6 3138 25 144.9 2. TETTLETON, T....OHIO Jr 12 228-367-4 2844 18 141.2 3. POHL, Kyle......UA Fr 6 38- 58-2 366 5 140.1 4. RADCLIFF, Ryan..CMU Sr 13 242-407-9 3158 23 138.9 5. DYSERT, Zac.....MIA Sr 12 302-480-12 3483 25 136.1 6. OWENS, Terrance.UT Jr 12 215-350-8 2707 14 135.0 7. WENNING, Keith..BSU Jr 12 301-460-10 3095 24 134.8 8. VAN TUBBERGEN...WMU Jr 11 159-261-11 1825 15 130.2 9. BENZ, Tyler.....EMU Jr 10 114-212-8 1511 14 127.9 10. WILLIAMS,Dalton.UA Sr 12 326-522-16 3387 25 126.6

FIELD GOALS Team Cl G FG FGA Lg Pct. FG/G --------------------------------------------------1. SCHOTT, Steven..BSU Sr 13 25 32 52 78.1 1.92 2. DETMER,Jeremiah.UT So 13 24 29 47 82.8 1.85 3. WELLER, Matt....OHIO Sr 13 23 31 49 74.2 1.77 4. CORTEZ, Freddy..KENT Sr 14 19 25 48 76.0 1.36 5. PATTERSON, K....MIA Fr 12 15 18 45 83.3 1.25 6. HARMAN, David...CMU Sr 13 15 20 51 75.0 1.15 7. SIMS, Mathew....NIU Jr 14 15 19 54 78.9 1.07 8. Blake Lucas.....UMASSFr 7 7 8 39 87.5 1.00 MULDER, Dylan...EMU Fr 10 10 11 43 90.9 1.00 10. CLARKE, Patrick.UB So 12 11 15 49 73.3 0.92

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE 2012 Statistics -- INDIVIDUAL LEADERS FIELD GOAL PCT Team Cl G FG FGA Lg Pct. ----------------------------------------------1. DETMER,Jeremiah.UT So 13 24 29 47 82.8 2. SCHOTT, Steven..BSU Sr 13 25 32 52 78.1 3. WELLER, Matt....OHIO Sr 13 23 31 49 74.2 PAT KICKING PCT Team Cl G FGM Att Pct. -------------------------------------------1. CORTEZ, Freddy..KENT Sr 14 58 58 100.0 WELLER, Matt....OHIO Sr 13 49 49 100.0 3. SIMS, Mathew....NIU Jr 14 67 68 98.5 4. SCHOTT, Steven..BSU Sr 13 50 51 98.0 5. HARMAN, David...CMU Sr 13 43 44 97.7 6. HALDEMAN, A.....WMU Fr 12 42 43 97.7 7. STEIN, Robert...UA Fr 12 38 39 97.4 8. STEIN, Stephen..BGSU Sr 11 30 31 96.8 9. CLARKE, Patrick.UB So 12 28 29 96.6 10. DETMER,Jeremiah.UT So 13 44 47 93.6 TACKLES (All positions) Player Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Total Avg/G -----------------------------------------------------1. MOLLS, Dan......UT Sr 13 86 80 166 12.8 2. Perry McIntyre..UMASS Sr 12 LB 61 71 132 11.0 3. WADE, Chris.....MIA Jr 12 LB 75 53 128 10.7 4. BATTON, Luke....KENT Sr 14 80 63 143 10.2 5. CHEROCCI, J.....CMU So 13 LB 43 89 132 10.2 6. FREEMAN, Travis.BSU Sr 13 50 79 129 9.9 7. BENTON, Shamari.CMU Jr 13 LB 54 72 126 9.7 8. PALI, Bryan.....EMU Sr 9 33 50 83 9.2 9. MANGUM, Kurt....UA Sr 12 LB 48 62 110 9.2 10. SIMON, Johnnie.WMU Jr 12 51 52 103 8.6 11. MACK, Khalil...UB Jr 11 LB 52 42 94 8.5 12. WOLLET, Luke...KENT Jr 14 66 53 119 8.5 CUDWORTH, J....EMU Sr 10 31 54 85 8.5 14. BOZEMAN, D.....WMU Jr 11 LB 27 63 90 8.2 15. CURRIE, Justin.WMU So 12 SS 40 58 98 8.2 16. WARD, Jimmie...NIU Jr 13 DB 65 39 104 8.0 17. COLEMAN, Donald.EMU Sr 11 28 59 87 7.9 18. BELL, Robert...UT Sr 13 52 48 100 7.7 19. MOORE, Keith...OHIO Jr 13 LB 46 52 98 7.5 20. POOLE, Blake...EMU Sr 12 31 58 89 7.4 SKINNER, Lee...UB So 12 LB 36 53 89 7.4 22. Kassan Messiah.UMASS Fr 9 LB 22 43 65 7.2 23. MARTIN, Tony...BSU Sr 13 38 52 90 6.9 24. EASMON, Terry..WMU Jr 12 LB 24 59 83 6.9 25. ADDAE, Jahleel.CMU Sr 13 DB 40 49 89 6.8 26. CUNNINGHAM, A..CMU Jr 13 DB 42 46 88 6.8 27. BURRIS, Brison.MIA So 12 DB 42 39 81 6.8 BELLFY, Alex...EMU Sr 12 29 52 81 6.8 29. SHERRY, Witney.UB So 6 DB 25 15 40 6.7 30. CELISCAR, D....WMU So 12 CB 52 27 79 6.6 Darren Thellen.UMASS Sr 12 DB 45 34 79 6.6 32. MEANS, Steven..UB Sr 12 DL 40 37 77 6.4 33. GILMER, Troy...UA Sr 12 LB 37 37 74 6.2 34. CLARK, Tyrone..NIU Sr 14 LB 51 35 86 6.1 35. MULUMBA, Andy..EMU Sr 12 27 46 73 6.1 36. Christian Birt.UMASS Jr 6 DB 14 22 36 6.0 37. BASS, Jamal....NIU So 14 LB 45 38 83 5.9 38. NUNLEY, Dayonne.MIA Jr 11 DB 42 21 63 5.7 39. SAULTER, Sidney.KENT Sr 14 51 29 80 5.7 40. NORRILS, C.....UT So 13 49 25 74 5.7 41. WOODS, Dwayne..BGSU Sr 12 LB 33 35 68 5.7 42. MARCH, Justin..UA So 11 LB 35 27 62 5.6 43. STONE, Demetriu.NIU Sr 14 CB 49 28 77 5.5 COTTON, Pudge..EMU So 12 32 34 66 5.5 45. SWABY, Jarrett.BSU Jr 13 33 38 71 5.5 SACKS Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Total Avg/G -------------------------------------------------------1. JONES, Chris....BGSU Sr 13 DT 11 3 12.5 0.96 2. BAXTER, Alan....NIU Sr 14 DE 8 3 9.5 0.68 3. PROGAR, Sean....NIU Sr 14 DE 7 3 8.5 0.61 4. NEWSOME, J......BSU Jr 11 7 3 8.5 0.77 5. MACK, Khalil....UB Jr 11 LB 7 2 8.0 0.73 6. WINDSOR, Joe....NIU Jr 13 DE 6 2 7.0 0.54 DOOLEY, Jake....KENT Sr 13 5 2 7.0 0.54 8. WAY, Colby......UB Jr 12 DL 6 2 7.0 0.58 9. MEANS, Steven...UB Sr 12 DL 5 3 6.5 0.54 10. NIX, Roosevelt.KENT Jr 15 5 2 6.0 0.40 11. ELLIOTT, J.....UT Jr 13 5 2 6.0 0.46 12. GRIGGS, J.D....UA Sr 12 5 2 6.0 0.50 13. BROWN JR, Dana.KENT Sr 13 5 0 5.0 0.38 14. SKINNER, Lee...UB So 12 LB 4 2 5.0 0.42 15. GRAY, Richard..KENT Jr 12 4 1 4.5 0.38 16. MARTIN, Gabe...BGSU So 13 LB 3 3 4.5 0.35 17. LEGRIER, D.....WMU Sr 12 DE 4 1 4.5 0.38 18. BISHOP, Freddie.WMU Sr 12 DE 3 2 4.0 0.33 19. RODRIGUEZ, C...CMU Sr 13 DE 4 0 4.0 0.31 20. HAZEL, Paul....WMU Sr 12 LB 4 0 4.0 0.33

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24 NEUTZ, Alex (Buffalo) vs Morgan State (Sep 08, 2012) 24 HILL, Bronson (Eastern Michigan) vs Toledo (Oct 13, 2012) 24 TIPTON, Zurlon (Central Michigan) at UMass (Nov 23, 2012) 24 DANIELS, Akeem (Northern Illinois) at Eastern Michigan (Nov 23, 2012) 24 BLANKENSHIP, Be (OHIO) vs Louisiana-Monroe (Dec 28, 2012) Touchdowns 4 NEUTZ, Alex (Buffalo) vs Morgan State (Sep 08, 2012) 4 HILL, Bronson (Eastern Michigan) vs Toledo (Oct 13, 2012) 4 TIPTON, Zurlon (Central Michigan) at UMass (Nov 23, 2012) 4 DANIELS, Akeem (Northern Illinois) at Eastern Michigan (Nov 23, 2012) 4 BLANKENSHIP, Be (OHIO) vs Louisiana-Monroe (Dec 28, 2012) TD responsibility 6 DYSERT, Zac (Miami) at Akron (09/29/2012) [0r,6p] 6 VAN TUBBERGEN (Western Michigan) vs UMass (10/6/2012) [1r,5p] 6 LYNCH, Jordan (Northern Illinois) at Western Michigan (10/27/2012) [2r,4p] Points scored kicking 17 DETMER,Jeremiah (Toledo) vs Cin. (10/20/12) [5fg,2pat] 15 WELLER, Matt (Ohio) vs New Mexico State (Sep 08, 2012) [3fg,6pat] Total offense yards 624 DYSERT, Zac (Miami) at Akron (09/29/2012) [108r,516p] 569 LYNCH, Jordan (Northern Illinois) vs Toledo (Nov 14, 2012) [162r,407p] Total offense plays 74 WENNING, Keith (Ball State) vs NIU (10/6/12) [3r,71p] 70 LYNCH, Jordan (Northern Illinois) vs Kent State (Nov 30, 2012) [36r,34p] Total offense yards/play 27.5 GIVENS, Andre (BGSU) at Va Tech (Sep 22, 2012) [2-55] 23.5 HAMMONDS, Kyle (Ohio) vs New Mexico State (Sep 08, 2012) [2-47] Rushing yards 283 HILL, Bronson (Eastern Michigan) vs Toledo (Oct 13, 2012) 269 BLANKENSHIP, Be (Ohio) at UMass (Sep 29, 2012) Rushing attempts 43 BLANKENSHIP, Be (Ohio) at UMass (Sep 29, 2012) 37 TIPTON, Zurlon (Central Michigan) vs AKRON (Oct 27, 2012) Yards per rush 27.5 GIVENS, Andre (BGSU) at Va Tech (Sep 22, 2012) [2-55] 23.5 HAMMONDS, Kyle (Ohio) vs New Mexico Statet (Sep 08, 2012) [2-47] Rushing TDs 4 HILL, Bronson (Eastern Michigan) vs Toledo (Oct 13, 2012) 4 TIPTON, Zurlon (Central Michigan) at UMass (Nov 23, 2012) 4 DANIELS, Akeem (Northern Illinois) at Eastern Michigan (Nov 23, 2012) 4 BLANKENSHIP, Be (Ohio) vs Louisiana-Monroe (Dec 28, 2012) Longest rush 88 LYNCH, Jordan (Northern Illinois) at Army (Sep 15, 2012) 87 ARCHER, Dri (Kent State) at Army (Oct 13, 2012) Passing yards 516 DYSERT, Zac (Miami) at Akron (09/29/2012) 455 DYSERT, Zac (Miami) vs Kent State (Nov 10, 2012) Passing attempts 71 WENNING, Keith (Ball State) vs NIU (10/6/12) 57 VAN TUBBERGEN (Western Michigan) at Kent State (Oct 20, 2012) Passing TDs 6 DYSERT, Zac (Miami) at Akron (09/29/2012) 5 CARDER, Alex (Western Michigan) vs Eastern Illinois (9/8/2012) 5 WILLIAMS,Dalton (Akron) at FIU (Sep 08, 2012) 5 WENNING, Keith (Ball State) at Kent State (Sep 29, 2012) 5 VAN TUBBERGEN (Western Michigan) vs UMass (10/6/2012) 5 BENZ, Tyler (Eastern Michigan) vs Army (Oct 20, 2012) 5 DANTIN, Austin (Toledo) vs Akron (11/20/12) Longest pass 92 RADCLIFF, Ryan (Central Michigan) at NIU (Sep 29, 2012) 81 VAN TUBBERGEN (Western Michigan) at Kent State (Oct 20, 2012) 81 SCHILZ, Matt (Bowling Green) vs Kent State (Nov 17, 2012) Passes completed 42 WENNING, Keith (Ball State) vs NIU (10/6/12) 37 WILLIAMS,Dalton (Akron) vs Morgan State (09/15/2012) 37 DYSERT, Zac (Miami) vs Kent State (Nov 10, 2012) Had intercepted 4 WILLIAMS,Dalton (Akron) vs UMass (11/10/2012) 4 CARDER, Alex (Western Michigan) at Buffalo (Nov 10, 2012) Pass completion pct 100.0 FISHER, D. (Kent State) vs Towson (Aug 30, 2012) [3-3] 100.0 GILLETT, Alex (Eastern Michigan) vs NIU (Nov 23, 2012) [2-2] Pass yards/attempt 28.0 FISHER, D. (Kent State) vs Towson (Aug 30, 2012) [3-84] 18.5 GILLETT, Alex (Eastern Michigan) vs NIU (Nov 23, 2012) [2-37] Pass yards/catch 28.0 FISHER, D. (Kent State) vs Towson (Aug 30, 2012) [3-84] 18.5 GILLETT, Alex (Eastern Michigan) vs NIU (Nov 23, 2012) [2-37] Receiving yards 237 REEDY, Bernard (Toledo) at Eastern Michigan (Oct 13, 2012) 216 SNEAD, Willie (Ball State) at Kent State (Sep 29, 2012) Receptions 14 SNEAD, Willie (Ball State) at Kent State (Sep 29, 2012) 14 SMITH, Jamill (Ball State) vs NIU (10/6/12) Yards per catch 54.0 COCHRAN, Chase (Ohio) vs La-Monroe (Dec 28, 2012) [3-162] 39.5 LEWIS, Tommylee (Northern Illinois) at Army (Sep 15, 2012) [2-79] Receiving TDs 4 NEUTZ, Alex (Buffalo) vs Morgan State (Sep 08, 2012) 3 Alan Williams (UMass) vs Ohio (Sep 29, 2012) 3 HARWELL, Nick (Miami) at Buffalo (Nov 03, 2012) Longest reception 92 DAVIS, Titus (Central Michigan) at Northern Illinois (Sep 29, 2012) 81 SCHAFFER, Josh (Western Michigan) at Kent State (Oct 20, 2012) 81 GALLON, Chris (Bowling Green) vs Kent State (Nov 17, 2012) Field goal attempts 6 WELLER, Matt (Ohio) vs NORFOLK STATE (Sep 22, 2012) 5 SCHOTT, Steven (Ball State) vs NORTHERN ILLINOIS (10/6/12) 5 SIMS, Mathew (Northern Illinois) at Akron (10/20/2012) 5 DETMER,Jeremiah (Toledo) vs Cincinnati (10/20/12) Field goals made 5 DETMER,Jeremiah (Toledo) vs Cincinnati (10/20/12)

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4 HARMAN, David (Central Michigan) at Iowa (Sep 22, 2012) 4 STEIN, Robert (Akron) at Tennessee (Sep 22, 2012) Longest field goal 54 SIMS, Mathew (Northern Illinois) at Western Michigan (10/27/2012) 52 SCHOTT, Steven (Ball State) vs Eastern Michigan (8/30/12) 52 HALDEMAN, A. (Western Michigan) at Ball State (10/13/12) Field goal pct 100.0 12 tied (3 or more field goals made) PAT kicks attempted 9 STEIN, Robert (Akron) vs Morgan State (09/15/2012) 9 SIMS, Mathew (Northern Illinois) vs UMass (Nov 03, 2012) PAT kicks made 9 STEIN, Robert (Akron) vs Morgan State (09/15/2012) 9 SIMS, Mathew (Northern Illinois) vs UMass (Nov 03, 2012) PAT kicks pct 100.0 38 tied (5 or more PAT kicks made) Punts 10 Colter Johnson (UMass) vs Indiana (09/08/12) 10 PAUL, Zach (Akron) at FIU (Sep 08, 2012) 10 Colter Johnson (UMass) vs Bowling Green (Oct 20, 2012) 10 GRASSMAN, Tyler (Buffalo) vs Toledo (Oct 27, 2012) Yards punted 478 Colter Johnson (UMass) vs Bowling Green (Oct 20, 2012) [10-478] 441 Colter Johnson (UMass) vs Indiana (09/08/12) [10-441] Longest punt 82 SCHROEDER, J. (Western Michigan) vs UMass (10/6/2012) 82 HOGAN, Richie (Central Michigan) vs Western Kentucky (Dec 26, 2012) Punting avg 66.0 SCHROEDER, J. (Western Michigan) vs UMass (10/6/2012) [2-132] 57.3 HOGAN, Richie (Central Michigan) vs Western Kentucky (Dec 26, 2012) [3-172] Punt returns 5 DAVIS, Imani (Akron) at FIU (Sep 08, 2012) 5 CLARK, Ryan (Ohio) vs Norfolk State (Sep 22, 2012) 5 WILSON, Jaime (Western Michigan) vs UMass (10/6/2012) Punt return yards 107 DAVIS, Imani (Akron) at FIU (Sep 08, 2012) 107 REEDY, Bernard (Toledo) vs Central Michigan (10/06/12) Longest punt return 80 GATES, Booboo (Bowling Green) vs Rhode Island (Sep 29, 2012) 66 REEDY, Bernard (Toledo) vs Central Michigan (10/06/12) Punt return TDs 1 GATES, Booboo (Bowling Green) vs Rhode Island (Sep 29, 2012) 1 REEDY, Bernard (Toledo) vs Central Michigan (10/06/12) 1 MINNIEFIELD,Kyn (Buffalo) at UMass (Nov 17, 2012) Punt return avg 41.0 GATES, Booboo (BGSU) vs Rhode Island (Sep 29, 2012) [2-82] 34.7 WILSON, Jaime (Western Michigan) vs Eastern Illinois (9/8/2012) [3-104] Kick returns 7 Jordan Broadnax (UMass) at Western Michigan (10/6/2012) 7 ALLEN, Tyler (Eastern Michigan) vs Toledo (Oct 13, 2012) Kick return yards 192 REEDY, Bernard (Toledo) vs Utah State (Dec 15, 2012) 174 ARCHER, Dri (Kent State) vs Ball State (Sep 29, 2012) Kick return avg 77.5 ARCHER, Dri (Kent State) vs Towson (Aug 30, 2012) [2-155] 56.5 LEWIS, Tommylee (Northern Illinois) at Eastern Michigan (Nov 23, 2012) [2-113 Longest kick return 100 PATTERSON, Daz’ (Ohio) vs Buffalo (Oct 06, 2012) 99 ARCHER, Dri (Kent State) vs Ball State (Sep 29, 2012) Kick return TDs 1 ARCHER, Dri (Kent State) vs Towson (Aug 30, 2012) 1 ARCHER, Dri (Kent State) vs Ball State (Sep 29, 2012) 1 ARCHER, Dri (Kent State) at Eastern Michigan (Oct 06, 2012) 1 PATTERSON, Daz’ (Ohio) vs Buffalo (Oct 06, 2012) 1 REEDY, Bernard (Toledo) at Eastern Michigan (Oct 13, 2012) 1 REEDY, Bernard (Toledo) vs Cincinnati (10/20/12) 1 LEWIS, Tommylee (Northern Illinois) at Eastern Michigan (Nov 23, 2012) 1 REEDY, Bernard (Toledo) vs Utah State (Dec 15, 2012) Combined PR/KR yards 201 REEDY, Bernard (Toledo) vs CMU (10/06/12) [107pr-94kr] 197 REEDY, Bernard (Toledo) vs Utah State (Dec 15, 2012) [5pr-192kr] Interceptions 3 LESTER, Cortney (Buffalo) vs Western Michigan (Nov 10, 2012) Interception return yds 75 ROBINSON, J. (Toledo) vs Cincinnati (10/20/12) 71 LESTER, Cortney (Buffalo) vs Western Michigan (Nov 10, 2012) Interception return avg 24.5 HINKEL, Pat (Miami) vs Southern Illinois (Sep 08, 2012) [2-49] 23.7 LESTER, Cortney (Buffalo) vs Western Michigan (Nov 10, 2012) [3-71] Longest interception rtn 75 ROBINSON, J. (Toledo) vs Cincinnati (10/20/12) 63 HADEN, Jordan (Toledo) at Western Michigan (9/29/2012) 63 MOLLS, Dan (Toledo) at Northern Illinois (Nov 14, 2012) All-purpose yards 407 REEDY, Bernard (Toledo) at Eastern Michigan (Oct 13, 2012) 350 ARCHER, Dri (Kent State) vs Ball State (Sep 29, 2012) Tackles 19.0 COLEMAN, Donald (Eastern Michigan) at MSU (Sep 22, 2012) [5-14] 18.0 SIMON, Johnnie (Western Michigan) at Illinois (Sep 01, 2012) [10-8] 18.0 MOLLS, Dan (Toledo) at Eastern Michigan (Oct 13, 2012) [6-12] 18.0 MOLLS, Dan (Toledo) vs Akron (11/20/12) [7-11] 18.0 Perry McIntyre (UMass) vs Central Michigan (Nov 23, 2012) [6-12] Sacks 3.0 PROGAR, Sean (Northern Illinois) at Western Michigan (10/27/2012) [3-0] 3.0 DOOLEY, Jake (Kent State) at Miami (Nov 10, 2012) [3-0] 3.0 MEANS, Steven (Buffalo) at UMass (Nov 17, 2012) [2-2] Tackles for loss 4.5 CUDWORTH, J. (Eastern Michigan) vs Army (Oct 20, 2012) [4-1] 4.0 NIX, Roosevelt (Kent State) vs Towson (Aug 30, 2012) [3-2] 4.0 MACK, Khalil (Buffalo) vs Kent State (Sep 19, 2012) [4-0] 4.0 WINDSOR, Joe (Northern Illinois) vs Buffalo (Oct 13, 2012) [4-0] 4.0 BISHOP, Freddie (Western Michigan) at Buffalo (Nov 10, 2012) [4-0]

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66 Akron vs Morgan State (09/15/2012) 63 Northern Illinois vs UMass (Nov 03, 2012) 17 Toledo vs Cincinnati (10/20/12) [5fg,2pat] 15 Ohio vs New Mexico State (Sep 08, 2012) [3fg,6pat] 9 Akron vs Morgan State (09/15/2012) 9 Northern Illinois vs UMass (Nov 03, 2012) 753 Akron vs Morgan State (09/15/2012) [188r,565p] 705 Miami at Akron (09/29/2012) [189r,516p] 100 Ball State vs Northern Illinios (10/6/12) [29r,71p] 97 Akron vs Morgan State (09/15/2012) [38r,59p] 10.2 Buffalo vs Morgan State (Sep 08, 2012) [56-571] 9.7 Northern Illinois at Army (Sep 15, 2012) [53-515] 407 Northern Illinois vs Central Michigan (Sep 29, 2012) 399 Kent State at Miami (Nov 10, 2012) 58 Ball State at Miami (Nov 23, 2012) 57 Kent State at Eastern Michigan (Oct 06, 2012) 9.6 Buffalo vs Morgan State (Sep 08, 2012) [32-306] 9.2 Ball State vs Ohio (11/14/12) [39-357] 6 Northern Illinois vs Central Michigan (Sep 29, 2012) 6 Northern Illinois vs UMass (Nov 03, 2012) 88 Northern Illinois at Army (Sep 15, 2012) 87 Kent State at Army (Oct 13, 2012) 565 Akron vs Morgan State (09/15/2012) 516 Miami at Akron (09/29/2012) 71 Ball State vs Northern Illinios (10/6/12) 59 Akron vs Morgan State (09/15/2012) 6 Akron vs Morgan State (09/15/2012) 6 Miami at Akron (09/29/2012) 92 Central Michigan at Northern Illinois (Sep 29, 2012) 81 Western Michigan at Kent State (Oct 20, 2012) 81 Bowling Green vs Kent State (Nov 17, 2012) 44 Akron vs Morgan State (09/15/2012) 42 Ball State vs Northern Illinois (10/6/12) 4 UMass vs Bowling Green (Oct 20, 2012) 4 Akron vs UMass (11/10/2012) 4 Western Michigan at Buffalo (Nov 10, 2012) 4 UMass vs Central Michigan (Nov 23, 2012) 82.9 Toledo vs Akron (11/20/12) [29-35] 82.1 Western Michigan vs UMass (10/6/2012) [23-28] 14.7 Ohio vs Louisiana-Monroe (Dec 28, 2012) [23-337] 12.7 Northern Illinois at Army (Sep 15, 2012) [27-342] 22.6 Buffalo vs Kent State (Sep 19, 2012) [5-113] 22.5 Ohio vs Louisiana-Monroe (Dec 28, 2012) [15-337] 6 Ohio vs Norfolk State (Sep 22, 2012) 5 Ball State vs Northern Illinois (10/6/12) 5 Northern Illinois at Akron (10/20/2012) 5 Toledo vs Cincinnati (10/20/12) 5 Toledo vs Cincinnati (10/20/12) 4 Central Michigan at Iowa (Sep 22, 2012) 4 Akron at Tennessee (Sep 22, 2012) 54 Northern Illinois at Western Michigan (10/27/2012) 52 Ball State vs Eastern Michigan (8/30/12) 52 Western Michigan at Ball State (10/13/12) 100.0 12 tied (3 or more field goals made) 9 Akron vs Morgan State (09/15/2012) 9 Northern Illinois vs UMass (Nov 03, 2012) 9 Akron vs Morgan State (09/15/2012) 9 Northern Illinois vs UMass (Nov 03, 2012) 100.0 39 tied (5 or more PAT made) 2 Miami at Akron (09/29/2012) 2 Miami at Cincinnati (Oct 06, 2012) 2 Miami at Akron (09/29/2012) 1 Akron at FIU (Sep 08, 2012) 1 Western Michigan vs Toledo (9/29/2012) 1 Miami at Cincinnati (Oct 06, 2012) 1 Central Michigan vs Western Michigan (Nov 3, 2012) 1 Miami vs Kent State (Nov 10, 2012) 1 Buffalo at UMass (Nov 17, 2012) 11 UMass at Connecticut (Aug 30, 2012) 10 Buffalo at Georgia (Sept. 1 2012) 10 UMass vs Indiana (09/08/12) 10 Akron at FIU (Sep 08, 2012) 10 UMass vs Bowling Green (Oct 20, 2012) 10 Buffalo vs Toledo (Oct 27, 2012) 82 Western Michigan vs UMass (10/6/2012) 82 Central Michigan vs Western Kentucky (Dec 26, 2012) 478 UMass vs Bowling Green (Oct 20, 2012) [10-478] 441 UMass vs Indiana (09/08/12) [10-441] 66.0 Western Michigan vs UMass (10/6/2012) [2-132]

57.3 Central Michigan vs Western Kentucky (Dec 26, 2012) [3-172] 6 Toledo vs Coastal Carolina (09/22/12) 5 Western Michigan vs Eastern Illinois (9/8/2012) 5 Akron at FIU (Sep 08, 2012) 5 Ohio vs Norfolk State (Sep 22, 2012) 5 Western Michigan vs UMass (10/6/2012) Punt return yards 107 Akron at FIU (Sep 08, 2012) 107 Toledo vs Central Michigan (10/06/12) Punt return avg 29.3 Bowling Green vs Rhode Island (Sep 29, 2012) [3-88] 26.8 Toledo vs Central Michigan (10/06/12) [4-107] Punt return TDs 1 Bowling Green vs Rhode Island (Sep 29, 2012) 1 Toledo vs Central Michigan (10/06/12) 1 Buffalo at UMass (Nov 17, 2012) Longest punt return 80 Bowling Green vs Rhode Island (Sep 29, 2012) 66 Toledo vs Central Michigan (10/06/12) Kick returns 9 Ohio at Ball State (11/14/12) 8 Western Michigan vs Toledo (9/29/2012) 8 UMass at Western Michigan (10/6/2012) 8 UMass at Vanderbilt (Oct 27, 2012) Kick return yards 212 Kent State vs Ball State (Sep 29, 2012) 192 Toledo vs Utah State (Dec 15, 2012) Kick return avg 56.5 Northern Illinois at Eastern Michigan (Nov 23, 2012) [2-113] 51.7 Kent State vs Towson (Aug 30, 2012) [3-155] Longest kick return 100 Ohio vs Buffalo (Oct 06, 2012) 99 Kent State vs Ball State (Sep 29, 2012) Kick return TDs 1 (8 tied) Interceptions 6 Kent State at Rutgers (Oct 27, 2012) 4 Bowling Green at UMass (Oct 20, 2012) 4 UMass at Akron (11/10/2012) 4 Buffalo vs Western Michigan (Nov 10, 2012) 4 Central Michigan at UMass (Nov 23, 2012) Interception return yds 117 Toledo vs Cincinnati (10/20/12) 110 Bowling Green at UMass (Oct 20, 2012) Interception return avg 58.5 Toledo vs Cincinnati (10/20/12) [2-117] 35.0 Toledo vs Central Michigan (10/06/12) [2-70] Longest interception rtn 75 Toledo vs Cincinnati (10/20/12) 63 Toledo at Western Michigan (9/29/2012) 63 Toledo at Northern Illinois (Nov 14, 2012) Interception return TDs 2 Toledo vs Central Michigan (10/06/12) Fumbles lost 3 Akron vs UCF (08/30/2012) 3 Western Michigan vs Eastern Illinois (9/8/2012) 3 Buffalo at Ohio (Oct 06, 2012) 3 Western Michigan at Kent State (Oct 20, 2012) 3 UMass at Northern Illinois (Nov 03, 2012) Fumbles recovered 4 Kent State vs Towson (Aug 30, 2012) 3 Ohio vs Norfolk State (Sep 22, 2012) 3 Ohio vs Buffalo (Oct 06, 2012) 3 Kent State vs Western Michigan (Oct 20, 2012) 3 Northern Illinois vs UMass (Nov 03, 2012) Sacked by opp 8 UMass vs Buffalo (Nov 17, 2012) 8 Ohio at Kent State (Nov 23, 2012) QB sacks 8 Buffalo at UMass (Nov 17, 2012) 8 Kent State vs Ohio (Nov 23, 2012) Turnovers committed 6 Western Michigan at Kent State (Oct 20, 2012) 5 Eastern Michigan vs Illinois State (Sep 08, 2012) 5 Akron vs UMass (11/10/2012) 5 Western Michigan at Buffalo (Nov 10, 2012) Turnovers caused 7 Kent State at Rutgers (Oct 27, 2012) 6 Kent State vs Towson (Aug 30, 2012) 6 Kent State vs Western Michigan (Oct 20, 2012) Kicks blocked 2 Buffalo vs Toledo (Oct 27, 2012) 2 Bowling Green at Ohio (Nov 07, 2012) 2 Buffalo vs Bowling Green (Nov 23, 2012) First downs 43 Akron vs Morgan State (09/15/2012) 42 Miami at Akron (09/29/2012) 1st downs rushing 20 Northern Illinois vs Central Michigan (Sep 29, 2012) 19 Buffalo at Ohio (Oct 06, 2012) 1st downs passing 29 Akron vs Morgan State (09/15/2012) 25 Miami at Akron (09/29/2012) 1st downs by penalty 7 Akron at Toledo (11/20/12) 6 Ball State at Indiana (9/15/12) 6 Kent State at Eastern Michigan (Oct 06, 2012) Penalties 15 Bowling Green at UMass (Oct 20, 2012) 12 Bowling Green vs Idaho (Sep 08, 2012) 12 Buffalo vs Morgan State (Sep 08, 2012) 12 Akron at FIU (Sep 08, 2012) 12 Akron vs UMass (11/10/2012) Penalties yards 130 Bowling Green at UMass (Oct 20, 2012) 117 Buffalo vs Morgan State (Sep 08, 2012) Punt returns

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THE MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE 2012 MAC Top Offensive Individual Performances Top Individual Rushing Performances 283 HILL, Bronson (Eastern Michigan) vs TOLEDO (Oct 13, 2012) 269 BLANKENSHIP, Be (OHIO) at UMass (Sep 29, 2012) 243 TIPTON, Zurlon (Central Michigan) vs AKRON (Oct 27, 2012) 241 ARCHER, Dri (Kent State) at Bowling Green (Nov 17, 2012) 238 OLIVER, Branden (Buffalo) vs MORGAN STATE (Sep 08, 2012) 228 FLUELLEN, David (Toledo) at Buffalo (Oct 27, 2012) 222 ARCHER, Dri (Kent State) at Army (Oct 13, 2012) 213 FLUELLEN, David (Toledo) at Western Michigan (9/29/2012) 207 LYNCH, Jordan (Northern Illinois) at Ball State (10/6/12) 200 EDWARDS, Jahwan (Ball State) vs EASTERN MICHIGAN (8/30/12) 200 FLUELLEN, David (Toledo) vs BALL STATE (11/06/12) 199 OLIVER, Branden (Buffalo) vs MIAMI (Nov 03, 2012) 188 Michael Cox (UMass) at Miami (Sep 22, 2012) 188 FLUELLEN, David (Toledo) at Eastern Michigan (Oct 13, 2012) 185 HILL, Bronson (Eastern Michigan) vs ARMY (Oct 20, 2012) 185 TIPTON, Zurlon (Central Michigan) at UMass (Nov 23, 2012) 181 SAMUEL, Anthon (Bowling Green) at OHIO (Nov 07, 2012) 180 TIPTON, Zurlon (Central Michigan) vs SEMO (Aug 30, 2012) 177 CHISHOLM, Jawon (Akron) at OHIO (Oct 13, 2012) 172 DURHAM, Trayion (Kent State) at Miami (Nov 10, 2012) 171 SAMUEL, Anthon (Bowling Green) vs MIAMI (Oct 13, 2012) 169 EDWARDS, Jahwan (Ball State) vs OHIO (11/14/12) 168 BLANKENSHIP, Be (Ohio) vs NEW MEXICO STATE (Sep 08, 2012) 162 GILLETT, Alex (Eastern Michigan) vs CENTRAL MICHIGAN (Nov 10, 2012) 162 LYNCH, Jordan (Northern Illinois) vs TOLEDO (Nov 14, 2012) 161 FLUELLEN, David (Toledo) vs CINCINNATI (10/20/12) 161 BLANKENSHIP, Be (OHIO) at Ball State (11/14/12) 160 CAMPBELL, Devin (Buffalo) at OHIO (Oct 06, 2012) 160 LYNCH, Jordan (Northern Illinois) vs Kent State (Nov 30, 2012) 157 LYNCH, Jordan (Northern Illinois) vs UMASS (Nov 03, 2012) 156 CHISHOLM, Jawon (Akron) vs MIAMI (09/29/2012) 152 SETTLE, Leighto (Northern Illinois) vs CENTRAL MICHIGAN (Sep 29, 2012) 151 ARCHER, Dri (Kent State) at Miami (Nov 10, 2012) 148 EDWARDS, Jahwan (Ball State) at Army (Oct 27, 2012) 145 BLANKENSHIP, Be (OHIO) at Kent State (Nov 23, 2012) 144 CHANCE, Dareyon (Western Michigan) at Minnesota (Sep 15, 2012) 144 LYNCH, Jordan (Northern Illinois) vs CENTRAL MICHIGAN (Sep 29, 2012) 138 EDWARDS, Jahwan (Ball State) vs WESTERN MICHIGAN (10/13/12) 136 PETTIGREW, John (Bowling Green) vs EASTERN MICHIGAN (Oct 27, 2012) 136 LYNCH, Jordan (Northern Illinois) at Western Michigan (10/27/2012) 135 BANKS, Horactio (Ball State) vs OHIO (11/14/12) 134 LYNCH, Jordan (Northern Illinois) vs KANSAS (Sep 22, 2012) 131 LYNCH, Jordan (Northern Illinois) at Akron (10/20/2012) 131 DURHAM, Trayion (Kent State) at Rutgers (Oct 27, 2012) 129 CHISHOLM, Jawon (Akron) vs MORGAN STATE (09/15/2012) 129 LYNCH, Jordan (Northern Illinois) vs BUFFALO (Oct 13, 2012) 128 EDWARDS, Jahwan (Ball State) at Central Michigan (Oct 20, 2012) 128 BOYKIN, Ryan (OHIO) vs EASTERN MICHIGAN (Nov 01, 2012) 128 DANIELS, Akeem (Northern Illinois) vs Kent State (Nov 30, 2012) 127 ARCHER, Dri (Kent State) at Buffalo (Sep 19, 2012) 127 SAMUEL, Anthon (Bowling Green) vs URI (Sep 29, 2012) 126 TIPTON, Zurlon (Central Michigan) vs BALL STATE (Oct 20, 2012) 126 ARCHER, Dri (Kent State) vs AKRON (Nov 03, 2012) 125 LYNCH, Jordan (Northern Illinois) at Army (Sep 15, 2012) 124 DURHAM, Trayion (Kent State) vs WESTERN MICHIGAN (Oct 20, 2012) 120 BANKS, Horactio (Ball State) at Clemson (Sep 08, 2012) Number of 100-Yard Rushing Performances LYNCH, Jordan, Northern Illinois - 12 ARCHER, Dri, Kent State - 5 TIPTON, Zurlon, Central Michigan - 8 SAMUEL, Anthon, Bowling Green - 5 FLUELLEN, David, Toledo - 7 CHANCE, Dareyon, Western Michigan - 4 BLANKENSHIP, Be, OHIO - 6 OLIVER, Branden, Buffalo - 4 CHISHOLM, Jawon, Akron - 6 BLANKENSHIP, Beau, Ohio - 3 DURHAM, Trayion, Kent State - 6 CAMPBELL, Devin, Buffalo - 3 EDWARDS, Jahwan, Ball State - 6 HILL, Bronson, Eastern Michigan - 3 Top Individual Passing Performances 516 DYSERT, Zac (Miami) at Akron (09/29/2012) 455 DYSERT, Zac (Miami) vs KENT STATE (Nov 10, 2012) 446 WILLIAMS,Dalton (Akron) vs MORGAN STATE (09/15/2012) 446 WILLIAMS,Dalton (Akron) vs MIAMI (09/29/2012) 445 WENNING, Keith (Ball State) at Kent State (Sep 29, 2012) 434 WENNING, Keith (Ball State) vs NORTHERN ILLINOIS (10/6/12) 407 LYNCH, Jordan (Northern Illinois) vs TOLEDO (Nov 14, 2012) 401 OWENS, Terrance (Toledo) at Eastern Michigan (Oct 13, 2012) 383 RADCLIFF, Ryan (Central Michigan) vs WESTERN MICHIGAN (Nov 3, 2012) 373 Mike Wegzyn (UMass) vs OHIO (Sep 29, 2012) 369 BENZ, Tyler (Eastern Michigan) vs ARMY (Oct 20, 2012) 364 CARDER, Alex (Western Michigan) vs EASTERN ILLINOIS (9/8/2012) 362 VAN TUBBERGEN (Western Michigan) at Central Michigan (Nov 3, 2012)

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355 SCHILZ, Matt (Bowling Green) vs KENT STATE (Nov 17, 2012) 343 DYSERT, Zac (Miami) at Central Michigan (Nov 17, 2012) 342 LYNCH, Jordan (Northern Illinois) at Army (Sep 15, 2012) 339 RADCLIFF, Ryan (Central Michigan) vs BALL STATE (Oct 20, 2012) 337 RADCLIFF, Ryan (Central Michigan) at Toledo (10/06/12) 333 VAN TUBBERGEN (Western Michigan) at Kent State (Oct 20, 2012) 333 VAN TUBBERGEN (Western Michigan) vs NORTHERN ILLINOIS (10/27/2012) 332 RADCLIFF, Ryan (Central Michigan) at Northern Illinois (Sep 29, 2012) 332 WILLIAMS,Dalton (Akron) vs UMASS (11/10/2012) 331 TETTLETON, T (OHIO) vs Louisiana-Monroe (Dec 28, 2012) 329 WILLIAMS,Dalton (Akron) at Central Michigan (Oct 27, 2012) 328 CARDER, Alex (Western Michigan) vs EASTERN MICHIGAN (11/17/2012) 327 DANTIN, Austin (Toledo) vs AKRON (11/20/12) 324 TETTLETON, T (Ohio) at Penn State (Sep 01, 2012) 313 WILLIAMS,Dalton (Akron) at FIU (Sep 08, 2012) 312 WILLIAMS,Dalton (Akron) at Kent State (Nov 03, 2012) 311 DYSERT, Zac (Miami) vs OHIO (Oct 27, 2012) 303 DYSERT, Zac (Miami) at Ohio State (Sep 01, 2012) 303 OWENS, Terrance (Toledo) vs BOWLING GREEN (09/15/12) 303 DYSERT, Zac (Miami) at Cincinnati (Oct 06, 2012) 302 TETTLETON, T (OHIO) at Miami (Oct 27, 2012) 301 BENZ, Tyler (Eastern Michigan) vs TOLEDO (Oct 13, 2012) 300 OWENS, Terrance (Toledo) at Wyoming (09/08/12) Number of 300-Yard Passing Performances DYSERT, Zac, Miami - 6 BENZ, Tyler, Eastern Michigan - 2 WILLIAMS,Dalton, Akron - 6 CARDER, Alex, Western Michigan - 2 RADCLIFF, Ryan, Central Michigan - 4 LYNCH, Jordan, Northern Illinois - 2 OWENS, Terrance, Toledo - 3 TETTLETON, Tyler, Ohio - 2 VAN TUBBERGEN, Western Michigan - 3 WENNING, Keith, Ball State - 2 Top Individual Receiving Performances 237 REEDY, Bernard (Toledo) at Eastern Michigan (Oct 13, 2012) 216 SNEAD, Willie (Ball State) at Kent State (Sep 29, 2012) 215 HARWELL, Nick (Miami) at Central Michigan (Nov 17, 2012) 213 GALLON, Chris (Bowling Green) vs KENT STATE (Nov 17, 2012) 208 SCOTT, Dawan (Miami) at Akron (09/29/2012) 208 DAVIS, Titus (Central Michigan) vs WESTERN MICHIGAN (Nov 3, 2012) 196 MONETTE, Eric (Western Michigan) at Central Michigan (Nov 3, 2012) 164 FOSTER, Donte (OHIO) vs EASTERN MICHIGAN (Nov 01, 2012) 162 Deion Walker (UMass) vs OHIO (Sep 29, 2012) 162 COCHRAN, Chase (OHIO) vs Louisiana-Monroe (Dec 28, 2012) 158 HOSKINS, G (Eastern Michigan) vs ARMY (Oct 20, 2012) 154 NEUTZ, Alex (Buffalo) vs MORGAN STATE (Sep 08, 2012) 154 WILSON, Jaime (Western Michigan) vs EASTERN ILLINOIS (9/8/2012) 153 MOORE, Martel (Northern Illinois) vs TOLEDO (Nov 14, 2012) 152 RUSSELL, Alonzo (Toledo) vs BOWLING GREEN (09/15/12) 151 SCHAFFER, Josh (Western Michigan) at Kent State (Oct 20, 2012) 147 SNEAD, Willie (Ball State) vs WESTERN MICHIGAN (10/13/12) 146 SMITH, Jamill (Ball State) vs NORTHERN ILLINOIS (10/6/12) 142 MONETTE, Eric (Western Michigan) vs NORTHERN ILLINOIS (10/27/2012) 140 NEUTZ, Alex (Buffalo) vs WESTERN MICHIGAN (Nov 10, 2012) 139 RUSSELL, Alonzo (Toledo) vs AKRON (11/20/12) 138 HARWELL, Nick (Miami) vs OHIO (Oct 27, 2012) 135 SNEAD, Willie (Ball State) vs SOUTH FLORIDA (Sep 22, 2012) 135 NEUTZ, Alex (Buffalo) vs TOLEDO (Oct 27, 2012) 134 MOORE, Martel (Northern Illinois) at Army (Sep 15, 2012) 133 MOORE, Martel (Northern Illinois) vs BUFFALO (Oct 13, 2012) 133 FUTRELL, Tyler (OHIO) vs Louisiana-Monroe (Dec 28, 2012) 131 REEDY, Bernard (Toledo) at Northern Illinois (Nov 14, 2012) 127 Alan Williams (UMass) vs OHIO (Sep 29, 2012) 123 CRUSE, Andy (Miami) vs KENT STATE (Nov 10, 2012) 122 REEDY, Bernard (Toledo) vs COASTAL CAROLINA (09/22/12) 122 HARWELL, Nick (Miami) vs KENT STATE (Nov 10, 2012) 122 COLLINS, Justin (Western Michigan) at Buffalo (Nov 10, 2012) 120 HARWELL, Nick (Miami) at Ohio State (Sep 01, 2012) 120 MOORE, Martel (Northern Illinois) at Western Michigan (10/27/2012) 120 SCOTT, Dawan (Miami) vs BALL STATE (Nov 23, 2012) Number of 100-Yard Receiving Performances MOORE, Martel, Northern Illinois - 6 COLLINS, Justin, Western Michigan - 2 HARWELL, Nick, Miami - 5 CRUSE, Andy, Miami - 2 WILSON, Cody, Central Michigan - 5 FLORY, Andrew, Central Michigan - 2 REEDY, Bernard, Toledo - 4 FOSTER, Donte, Ohio - 2 WILSON, Jaime, Western Michigan - 4 MONETTE, Eric, Western Michigan - 2 DAVIS, Titus, Central Michigan - 3 RUSSELL, Alonzo, Toledo - 2 HOSKINS, G, Eastern Michigan - 3 SCHAFFER, Josh, Western Michigan - 2 NEUTZ, Alex, Buffalo - 3 SCOTT, Dawan, Miami - 2 SNEAD, Willie, Ball State - 3 SMITH, Jamill, Ball State - 2 SUEL, Marquelo, Akron - 2

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BALL STATE CARDINALS

Ball State senior quarterback Keith Wenning

Dr. Jo Ann Gora President

BALL STATE UNIVERSITY

Location: ............................................................................................................Muncie, Ind. President:................................................................................................Dr. Jo Ann M. Gora Director of Athletics:..............................................................................................Bill Scholl Head Coach:................................................................... Pete Lembo (Georgetown, 92) Faculty Representative:...................................................................Charlene Alexander Enrollment:.....................................................................................................................17,285 Founded:.............................................................................................................................1918 Nickname:................................................................................................................ Cardinals Colors:.....................................................................................Cardinal (PMS 185) & White Stadium: (Capacity):..................................................... Scheumann Stadium (22,500) Website:...................................................................................... www.ballstatesports.com

Bill Scholl Director of Athletics

TEAM FACTS

Offense:....................................................................................................................... Multiple Defense:................................................................................................................................4-3 2012 Record:........................................................................................................................9-4 2012 Conference Record/Finish:............................................................... 6-2/t-2nd West Last Bowl Appearance:..........................Beef O’Brady’s Bowl St. Petersburg (2012) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:....................................................................................39/24 Starters Returning/Lost:...................................................................................................13/8 All-Time Record:...................................................................................................421-378-32 All-Time MAC Record:.......................................................................................... 164-134-4 MAC Championships/Last:.........................................................................................5/1996

Pete Lembo Head Coach

SPORTS INFORMATION

Football Contact:.........................................................................................Joe Hernandez Office Phone:.....................................................................................................765.285.8242 Office Fax:..........................................................................................................765.285.8929 Cell Phone:.........................................................................................................765.730.4614 E-Mail:......................................................................................................jhernand@bsu.edu Scheumann Stadium Press Box:....................................................765.285.5381 or 5382

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Joe Hernandez 2013 MAC Football Record Book Sports Information


BALL STATE CARDINALS TEAM INFORMATION Date Opponent Thur., Aug. 29 Illinois State Sat., Sept. 7 Army Sat., Sept. 14 at North Texas Sat., Sept. 21 *at Eastern Michigan Sat., Sept. 28 *Toledo Sat., Oct. 5 at Virginia Sat., Oct. 12 *Kent State Sat., Oct. 19 *at Western Michigan Sat., Oct. 26 *at Akron Wed., Nov. 6 *Central Michigan Wed., Nov. 13 *at Northern Illinois Fri., Nov. 29 *Miami *Mid-American Conference game

Primary Media Outlets BSU Sports Information Football Contact: Joe Hernandez HP 120 Muncie, Ind. 47306-0929 Phone: 765.285.8242 Fax: 765.285.8929 jhernand@bsu.edu

Newspaper

Muncie Star Press Beat Writer: Ben Breiner 345 South High Street Muncie, IN 47307-0408 Phone: 765.213.5813 Fax: 765.213.5883 bbreiner@muncie.gannett.com Indianapolis Star Chris Wright P.O. Box 145 Indianapolis, IN 46206 Phone: 317.444.6046 Fax: 317.444.6500 chris.wright@indystar.com Daily News Sports Editor Ball State University Muncie, IN 47306 Phone: 765.285.8255 Fax: 765.285.8248 sports@bsudailynews.com

Radio

Ball State Radio Network Play-by-Play: Joel Godett Color: Mark O’Connell WLBC/WXFN-Radio 800 E. 29th Street Phone: 765.288.3539 Fax: 765.288.0429 jgodett@bsu.edu bsu18@aol.com WCRD-Radio Sports Director Letterman Communications Bldg. Muncie, IN 47306 Phone: 765.285.1467 wcrd@bsu.edu

Television

Ball State Sports Network Richard Collins WIPB-TV Production Ball State University Muncie, IN 47306 Phone: 765.285.1249 Fax: 765.285.5548 rcollins@bsu.edu

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Pos.

Jahwan Edwards Zane Fakes Jordan Hansel Connor Ryan Willie Snead Jamill Smith Keith Wenning

RB TE LG WR WR WR QB

Defense (6)

Pos.

Jeffery Garrett Nick Miles Jonathan Newsome Nathan Ollie Eric Patterson J.C. Wade

DB DE DE DT DB S

Specialists (2)

Pos.

Scott Secor Garrett Mack

Starters Lost (10)

PK LS

Offense (4)

Pos.

Defense (4)

Pos.

Austin Holtz Cameron Lowry Dan Manick Kitt O’Brien

Travis Freeman Tony Martin Brandon Newman Jarrett Swaby

Specialists (2) Scott Kovanda Steven Schott

RT LT C OG

LB LB NT FS

Pos. P PK

Time 7:00 pm ET 1:00 pm ET 4:00 pm ET 1:00 pm ET 3:00 pm ET TBA 3:00 pm ET 2:00 pm ET Noon ET 8:00 pm ET 8:00 pm ET TBA

Television ESPN3 ESPN3 Fox Sports Net TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA ESPN Regional ESPN2 ESPN2/ESPNU ESPNU/ESPN3

Series First Meeting Series tied 2-2 North Texas leads 1-0 BSU leads 31-21-2 Toledo leads 19-18-1 First Meeting BSU leads 25-20 WMU leads 21-18 Akron leads 10-91-1 BSU leads 23-21-1 BSU leads 20-18-2 Miami leads 51-36-2

2013 Squad Breakdown

Starters Returning (15) Offense (7)

2013 Schedule

2012 Statistics

232 att., 1,410 yds., 6.1 avg., 14 TDs 57 rec., 461 yds., 5 TDs Started 12 games at left guard last season 44 rec., 357 yds., 3 TDs 89 rec., 1,148 yds., 9 TDs 69 rec., 706 yds., 6 TDs Started 12 games, 301-460 passing, 3,095 yds., 24 TDs

2012 Statistics

57 tackles, 1.0 tfl, 6 passes defensed 54 tackles, 4.5 tfl, 2.0 sacks 52 tackles, 12.5 tfl, 8.5 sacks, 1 pass defensed 51 tackles, 8.0 tfl, 4.0 sacks, 1 rec. fumble 61 tackles, 4.5 tfl, 2 INT, 11 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble 51 tackles, 5 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble

2012 Statistics

84 kickoffs, 5,063 yards, 60.3 ag., 23 TB Appeared in 12 games last year

2012 Statistics

Started 12 games at right tackle last season Started 12 games at left tackle last season Started 10 games at center last season Started 10 games at right guard last season

2012 Statistics

129 tackles, 2.5 tfl, 2 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble 90 tackles, 3.5 tfl, 1.0 sack, 4 passes defensed, 1 rec. fumble 30 tackles, 5.0 tfl, 2.5 sacks, 1 INT, 1 forced fumble 71 tackles, 1.5 tfl, 3 passes defensed

2012 Statistics

47 punts, 1,892 yds., 40.3 avg., 27 In20, long of 56 25-32 FGs, 50-51 PAT, 125 total points

2012 Results (9-4, 6-2 MAC)

Date Opponent Score Total Off. August 30 *Eastern Michigan W, 37-26 596 September 8 at Clemson L, 27-52 380 September 15 at Indiana W, 41-39 440 September 22 South Florida W, 31-27 413 September 29 *at Kent State L, 43-45 557 October 6 *Northern Illinois L, 23-35 563 October 13 *Western Michigan W, 30-24 (OT) 433 October 20 *at Central Michigan W, 41-30 464 October 27 at Army W, 30-22 413 November 6 *at Toledo W, 34-27 446 November 13 *Ohio W, 52-27 588 November 23 *at Miami W, 31-24 363 December 21 vs. UCF (Beef O’Brady’s Bowl) L, 17-38 288 *Mid-American Conference game

Total Def. 366 526 558 518 461 509 424 446 379 526 483 321 494

Att. 12,725 78,000 48,186 16,397 21,657 11,238 14,192 14,081 30,010 18,211 10,097 8,154 21,759

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BALL STATE CARDINALS ROSTER INFORMATION No. Name Pos. 98 Ian Anderson OL 46 Michael Ayers * DE 26 Avery Bailey LB 4 Horactio Banks * RB 66 Steven Bell OL 82 Shane Belle WR Chris Blair DB Calvin Blank TE 42 Julian Boyd ** LB 9 Cywettnie Brown WR 85 Sam Brunner TE 21 Christopher Calloway ** FS Aaron Clay WR 20 Darius Conaway CB 22 Quintin Cooper *** CB 93 Joel Cox *** DT 13 Ian Cureton DB 40 Dylan Curry * TE 12 Cody Dickson PK Steve Drida PK/P Blake Dueitt DL 32 Jahwan Edwards ** RB 17 Alex Egan PK/P 88 Zane Fakes **** TE 49 Joseph Fazio ** FS 71 Bryan Ford OT Daniel Garces DL 83 Trey Gardner DE 24 Jeffery Garrett *** CB 55 John Godfrey DL 70 Jordan Hansel *** OG 68 Jeremiah Harvey OL 20 Curtez Hawkins S 13 Antonio Heard WR 6 Aaron Hepp WR 43 Martez Hester S 91 Chris Hinton DL 61 Taylor Hoke C 33 Tyree Holder CB 45 Dae’Shaun Hurley S 94 Osazuwamen Igbinosun * DE 19 Ben Ingle * LB Nicholas Isaacs LB 29 Brian Jones ** SS 11 Kyle Kamman QB 15 Keith Lee CB 17 Kenneth Lee * LB Jarrid Lloyd OL 30 KeVonn Mabon * WR 96 Garrett Mack ** LS Pat Maloney OL 15 Ozzie Mann QB 34 Stephan Martin LB Jack Milas QB 52 Nick Miles ** DE 78 Drake Miller OL David Moore DB 11 Jonathan Newsome * DE 35 Keenan Noel * NT 92 Nathan Ollie *** DT 87 Jacolby Owens WR

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Ht./Wt. 6-3 /282 6-1 /218 6-0 /216 5-10 /184 6-4 /290 6-2 /190 5-11 /196 6-4 /234 6-2 /220 6-1 /153 6-2 /237 5-11 /202 5-11 /201 5-11 /180 5-7 /184 6-1 /288 6-1/186 6-5 /260 5-10 /169 6-0 /187 6-1 /251 5-10 /225 5-11 /198 6-3 /237 5-11 /208 6-3 /300 6-1 /223 6-4 /216 6-0 /186 6-0 /243 6-4 /326 6-2 /300 5-10 /195 6-0 /196 6-3 /186 6-2 /188 6-1 /247 6-1 /296 5-11 /163 6-0 /198 6-2 /245 6-0 /224 6-1 /235 5-10 /195 6-2 /180 5-8 /178 6-2/224 6-5/255 6-3/208 6-3/203 6-2/274 6-1/230 5-11 /226 6-1 /199 6-2 /265 6-4 /289 5-10 /170 6-3 /236 6-1 /270 6-1 /295 6-3 /216

Yr. Hometown Jr./So. Pfafftown, N.C. Jr./So. Elks Grove, Calif. Jr./So. Cleveland, Ohio Jr./So. Chicago, Ill. So./Fr. Cincinnati, Ohio Sr./Jr. Cleveland, Ohio Fr./Fr. Winston-Salem, N.C. Fr./Fr. Terre Haute, Ind. Jr./Jr. Roswell, Ga. So./So. Chicago, Ill. So./Fr. Washington, Mich. Jr./Jr. Bradenton, Fla. Fr./Fr. Mebane, N.C. Fr./Fr. Kennesaw, Ga. Sr./Jr. Clayton, Ohio Sr./Sr. Greenwood, Ind. Jr./So. Indianapolis, Ind. Jr./So. Frankfort, Ky. Jr./Jr. Carmel, Ind. Fr./Fr. Waukesha, Wis. Fr./Fr. Cornelius, N.C. Jr./Jr. Matthews, N.C. So./Fr. Leo, Ind. 5th/Sr. Plainfield, Ind. 5th/Sr. Cedarburg, Wis. Jr./So. Southfield, Mich. Fr./Fr. Matthews, N.C. Jr./So. Petersburg, Va. Sr./Sr. Indianapolis, Ind. So./Fr. South Bend, Ind. Sr./Sr. Covington, Ky. Jr./So. Culver, Ind. Sr./Jr. St. Louis, Mo. Jr./So. Indianapolis, Ind. So./Fr. Indianapolis, Ind. So./Fr. Kennesaw, Ga. 5th/Sr. Brownstown, Ind. Sr./Jr. New Albany, Ind. So./Fr. Thonotosassa, Fla. So./Fr. Chicago, Ill. So./So. Rahway, N.J. Jr./So. West Harrison, Ind. Fr./Fr. Cincinnati, Ohio Sr./Jr. Chicago, Ill. So./So. Columbus, Ind. 5th/Sr. Walton, Ind. 5th/Sr. Indianapolis, Ind. Fr./Fr. Naperville, Ill. So./So. St. Louis, Mo. Sr./Jr. Indianapolis, Ind. Fr./Fr. Niles, Ill. So./Fr. Hartford City, Ind. Jr./Jr. Lake Alfred, Fla. Fr./Fr. Arlington Heights, Ill. Jr./Jr. Mebane, N.C. So./Fr. Sturgis, Mich. Fr./Fr. Matthews, N.C. 5th/Sr. Cleveland, Ohio Jr./So. Columbus, Ind. Sr./Sr. Chicago, Ill. Jr./So. South Holland, Ill.

No. Name Pos. 75 Matthew Page *** OT Vinnie Palazeti OL 58 Pete Parks DT 36 Eric Patterson ** CB 25 Chris Pauling * CB Damerrian Petty DL 39 Denzel Pierce RB 67 Nick Plavchak OL 7 Jason Puhr PK/P 44 Michael Raby TE 64 David Raffin OL 74 Tyler Rayburn OG 62 Jacob Richard * C 81 Connor Ryan *** WR 53 Zack Ryan LB 65 Jalen Schlachter * OG 21 Kyle Schmidt P P.J. Scott OL 38 Efe Scott-Emuakpor WR 1 Scott Secor ** PK 44 Kyle Seger DE 80 Chris Shillings * WR 95 Darnell Smith * DT 2 Jamill Smith *** WR 60 Josh Smith OL Ralph Smith DB 3 Willie Snead ** WR Stu Stanley LB 76 Connor Stefanski OL 37 Aaron Taylor S 50 Trent Toothman * LB 50 Brendon Towle LS 57 Nick Traub LS 41 Stewart Turner WR/CB Haris Vrabac OL 27 J.C. Wade ** SS 10 Keith Wenning *** QB Sean Wiggins LB 72 Javond Williams OL 31 Jordan Williams * WR 23 Teddy Williamson RB Anthony Winbush DL 54 Aaron Woosley DT 69 Carlutorbantu Zaramo DT 45 Zach Zehendner TE

Ht./Wt. 6-6 /300 6-4 /284 6-1 /286 5-10 /193 5-9 /183 6-1 /288 5-9 /190 6-4 /301 5-9 /188 6-2 /265 6-3 /305 6-3 /296 6-1 /285 6-1 /194 5-10 /212 6-6 /317 6-2 /228 6-2 /293 6-3 /183 5-8 /166 6-2 /243 6-1 /205 5-11 /275 5-8 /140 6-2 /253 5-8 /164 5-11 /193 6-0 /207 6-4 /283 5-11 /191 6-0 /236 6-0 /212 6-1 /185 5-9 /166 6-7 /337 5-10 /195 6-3 /220 6-2 /226 6-6 /280 6-2 /216 5-9 /171 6-1 /207 6-3 /295 6-3 /301 6-5 /230

Yr. Hometown 5th/Sr. East Chicago, Ind. Fr./Fr. Owosso, Mich. So./Fr. Crown Point, Ind. Jr./Jr. Tampa, Fla. So./So. High Point, N.C. Fr./Fr. Shelby, N.C. Jr./Jr. Merrillville, Ind. Jr./So. Carmel, Ind. Jr./So. Smyrna, Tenn. So./So. Sheridan, Ind. Sr./Jr. Chesterton, Ind. Jr./So. Columbus, Ind. Jr./So. Carmel, Ind. 5th/Sr. Westlake, Ohio So./Fr. Westlake, Ohio Jr./So. Corunna, Mich. So./Fr. Chesterton, Ind. Jr./Jr. Morris, Okla. So./Fr. East Lansing, Mich. Sr./Jr. New Lenox, Ill. So./Fr. Huntingburg, Ind. Jr./Jr. Columbus, Ind. So./So. Indianapolis, Ind. 5th/Sr. Muncie, Ind. So./Fr. Plainfield, Ind. Fr./Fr. Avon, Ohio Jr./Jr. Belle Glade, Fla. Fr./Fr. Indianapolis, Ind. So./Fr. Waukesha, Wis. So./Fr. Lawrenceville, Ga. Jr./So. Salem, Ohio So./Fr. Greenfield, Ind. So./So. Indianapolis, Ind. So./Fr. Orrville, Ohio Fr./Fr. Warren, Mich. Sr./Jr. Madisonville, Ky. Sr./Sr. Coldwater, Ohio Fr./Fr. Mint Hill, N.C. So./Fr. Fort Wayne, Ind. So./So. Indianapolis, Ind. Fr./Fr. O’Fallon, Mo. Fr./Fr. Indianapolis, Ind. So./Fr. Baltimore, Ohio So./Fr. Richmond Hts., Ohio So./Fr. Mishawaka, Ind.

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BALL STATE CARDINALS COACHING INFORMATION/STADIUM FACTS Coaches Information

Head Coach:............................................................................................................................................................... Pete Lembo (Third Season) Alma Mater:.................................................................................................................................................................................... Georgetown, ‘92 Hometown:...................................................................................................................................................................................Staten Island, N.Y. Overall Record:.......................................................................................................................94-46 (11 years at Lehigh, Elon and Ball State) School Record:...........................................................................................................................................................................15-10 (Third Season) MAC Record:...............................................................................................................................................................................10-6 (Third Season)

Previous Coaching Experience

Albany....................................................................................................................................................................... Graduate Assistant (1992-93) Dartmouth......................................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1994-96) Hampden-Sydney...............................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1997) Lehigh.........................................................................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1998-2000) Lehigh....................................................................................................................................................................................Head Coach (2001-05) Elon....................................................................................................................................................................................... Head Coach (2006-10) Ball State...................................................................................................................................................................... Head Coach (2011-current)

Lembo’s Year-By-Year Head Coaching Record

Year School Overall Conference Bowl 2001 Lehigh 11-1 -- -2002 Lehigh 8-4 -- -2003 Lehigh 8-3 -- -2004 Lehigh 9-3 -- -2005 Lehigh 8-3 -- -2006 Elon 5-6 -- -2007 Elon 7-4 -- -2008 Elon 8-4 -- -Lembo vs. The MAC 2009 Elon 9-3 -- -Elon 6-5 -- -vs. Akron.............................................. 0-0 2010 2011 Ball State 6-6 4-4 -vs. Bowling Green.............................. 0-0 2012 Ball State 9-4 6-2 Beef O’Brady’s Bowl, 0-1 (12 Seasons) 94-46 10-6 (MAC) 0-1 (.000) vs. Buffalo..............................................1-0 Totals vs. Central Michigan..........................2-0 Assistant Coaches vs. Eastern Michigan..........................2-0 Rich Skrosky, Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach..................................................................................................... Ramapo, ‘87 vs. Kent State........................................0-1 Jay Bateman, Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers................................................................................................... Randolph-Macon, ‘95 Joey Lynch, Recruiting Coordinator/Tight Ends Coach...........................................................................................................Ball State, ‘09 vs. Miami................................................1-0 Justin, Lustig, Special Teams Coordinator/Running Backs Coach......................................................................................... Bucknell, ‘00 vs. Northern Illinois.............................0-2 Shannon Morrison, Pass Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs Coach.............................................................................Marshall, ‘95 vs. Ohio..................................................2-0 Daryl Dixon, Outside Linebackers/Nickel Backs Coach...............................................................................................................Florida, ‘03 vs. Temple..............................................0-1 Keith Gaither, Wide Receivers Coach..................................................................................................................................................... Elon, ‘99 Nick Tabacca, Offensive Line Coach............................................................................................................................................Ball State, ‘04 vs. Toledo................................................ 1-1 Chad Wilt, Defensive Line Coach........................................................................................................................................................Taylor, ‘00 vs. Western Michigan........................... 1-1 David Feeley, Director of Strength and Conditioning/Football...............................................................................Plymouth State, ‘04 Thad Bogardus, Billy Riebock, Gerald Chatman Graduate Assistant Coaches

Ball State All-Time Coaching Records Years

Coach

1924-25

Paul Williams

2

3-13

.188

1926-27

Normann Wann

2

10-3-2

.733

1928

Paul Parker

1

3-2-2

.571

1929

Paul Williams

1

0-5

.000

1930-34

Lawrence McPhee

5

15-23-1

.397

1935-1952 John Magnabosco

18

68-46-14

.586

1953-55

3

14-9-1

.604

1956-1961 Jim Freeman

6

18-28-2

.396

1962-1967 Ray Louthen

6

37-13-3

.726

1968-1970 Wave Myers

3

15-14

.517

1971-1977

7

46-25-3

.642

1978-1984 Dwight Wallace

7

40-37

.519

1985-1994 Paul Schudel

10

60-48-4

.554

1995-2002 Bill Lynch

8

37-53

.411

2003-2008 Brady Hoke

6

34-38

.472

2008-10

Stan Parrish

2

6-19

.240

2011-12

Pete Lembo

2

15-10

.600

George Serdula

Dave McClain

Totals

Seasons Record

88

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Pct.

421-378-32 .526

Scheumann Stadium Capacity:.................................................................................................................................................22,500 Surface:................................................................................................................................................FieldTurf First Season in Stadium:...........................................................................................................................1967 Record in Stadium:............................................................................................................................134-85-4 Largest Home Crowd:....................................................................................... 23,813 vs. Indiana (2006) Largest Season Home Attendance:.................................................................................... 101,289 (1997)

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BALL STATE CARDINALS Year-By-Year Record/Bowl Records Year Coach

1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 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 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

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Paul Williams Paul Williams Norman Wann Norman Wann Paul Parker Paul Williams Lawrence McPhee Lawrence McPhee Lawrence McPhee Lawrence McPhee Lawrence McPhee John Magnabosco John Magnabosco John Magnabosco John Magnabosco John Magnabosco John Magnabosco John Magnabosco John Magnabosco No games John Magnabosco John Magnabosco John Magnabosco John Magnabosco John Magnabosco John Magnabosco John Magnabosco John Magnabosco John Magnabosco George Serdula George Serdula George Serdula Jim Freeman Jim Freeman Jim Freeman Jim Freeman Jim Freeman Jim Freeman Ray Louthen Ray Louthen Ray Louthen Ray Louthen Ray Louthen Ray Louthen Wave Myers Wave Myers Wave Myers Dave McClain Dave McClain Dave McClain Dave McClain Dave McClain Dave McClain Dave McClain Dwight Wallace Dwight Wallace Dwight Wallace Dwight Wallace Dwight Wallace Dwight Wallace Dwight Wallace Paul Schudel Paul Schudel Paul Schudel Paul Schudel Paul Schudel

MAC Finish Overall -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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

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

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- T-3rd 1st 3rd 1st T-4th T-5th 8th 8th 5th T-6th T-6th T-5th 8th T-3rd 1st

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

Bowl

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---------------------Grantland Rice -Grantland Rice ---------------------California Raisin

Year Coach

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

MAC Finish Overall

Paul Schudel 5-3 Paul Schudel 4-4 Paul Schudel 5-4 Paul Schudel 7-0-1 Paul Schudel 5-3-1 Bill Lynch 6-2 Bill Lynch 7-1 Bill Lynch 4-4 Bill Lynch 1-7 Bill Lynch 0-8 Bill Lynch 2-3 Bill Lynch 4-1 Bill Lynch 4-4 Brady Hoke 3-5 Brady Hoke 2-6 Brady Hoke 4-4 Brady Hoke 5-3 Brady Hoke 5-1 Brady Hoke/Stan Parrish 8-0 Stan Parrish 2-6 Stan Parrish 3-5 Pete Lembo 4-4 Pete Lembo 6-2

Date 12/11/65 12/9/67 12/9/90 12/17/93 12/19/96 1/5/08 1/6/09 12/21/12

T-3rd T-5th 6th 1st 5th T-3rd 1st 3rd/West 6th/West 6th/West T-3rd/West T-1st/West 4th/West 5th/West 6th/West 5th/West T-3rd/West T-1st/West 1st/West 5th/West 4th/West t-4th/West t-2nd/West

7-4 6-5 5-6 8-3-1 5-5-1 7-4 8-4 5-6 1-10 0-11 5-6 5-6 6-6 4-8 2-9 4-7 5-7 7-6 12-2 2-10 4-8 6-6 9-4

Bowl Results (0-7-1)

Bowl

Grantland Rice Grantland Rice California Raisin Las Vegas Las Vegas International GMAC Beef O’Brady’s

Opponent

Tennessee State Eastern Kentucky Fresno State Utah State Nevada Rutgers Tulsa Central Florida

Bowl

---Las Vegas --Las Vegas ----------International GMAC Beef O’Brady’s

Result

T, 14-14 L, 13-27 L, 6-27 L, 33-42 L, 15-18 L, 30-52 L, 13-45 L, 17-38

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BALL STATE CARDINALS BALL STATE SCHOOL RECORDS Game

Ball State Career Leaders

Individual

Total Offense............................................................................................... 479, Nate Davis at Nebraska (2007) Yards Rushing........................................................................ 301, MiQuale Lewis vs. Eastern Michigan (2009) Rushing Attempts........................................................................................46, Anthony Jones vs. Miami (2000) Yards Passing........................................................................................................469, Mike Neu vs. Toledo (1993) Pass Attempts............................................................................... 71, Keith Wenning vs. Northern Illinois (2012) Pass Completions........................................................................ 42, Keith Wenning vs. Northern Illinois (2012) Yards Receiving................................................................................................297, Brian Oliver vs. Toledo (1983) Receptions...................................................................................15, Kevin Canfield vs. Western Michigan (1972)

Season

Total Offense..................................................................................................................... 3,667, Nate Davis (2007) Yards Rushing..............................................................................................................1,736, MiQuale Lewis (2008) Rushing Attempts............................................................................................ 332, Marcus Merriweather (2002) Rushing Touchdowns..................................................................................................... 22, MiQuale Lewis (2008) Yards Passing.................................................................................................................... 3,667, Nate Davis (2007) Pass Attempts.......................................................................................................................478, Nate Davis (2007) Pass Completions............................................................................................................301, Keith Wenning (2012) Touchdown Passes.................................................................................................................30, Nate Davis (2007) Yards Receiving......................................................................................................1,399, Dante Ridgeway (2004) Receptions...................................................................................................................105, Dante Ridgeway (2004) Touchdown Catches................................................................................................................. 11, Darius Hill (2007) Interceptions.................................................................................... 8, Shafer Suggs (1974); Nickey Baker (1965) Points.................................................................................................................................132, MiQuale Lewis (2008)

Career

Total Offense...............................................................................................................9,732, Nate Davis (2006-08) Yards Rushing......................................................................................... 4,002, Marcus Merriweather (1999-02) Rushing Attempts........................................................................................851, Marcus Merriweather (1999-02) Rushing Touchdowns................................................................................... 34, Marcus Merriweather (1999-02) Yards Passing............................................................................................................. 9,233, Nate Davis (2006-08) Pass Attempts..........................................................................................................1,144, Keith Wenning (2010-12) Pass Completions...................................................................................................... 716, Keith Wenning (2010-12) Touchdown Passes..........................................................................................................74, Nate Davis (2006-08) Yards Receiving............................................................................................. 3,030, Dante Ridgeway (2002-04) Receptions............................................................................................................238, Dante Ridgeway (2002-04) Touchdown Catches...........................................................................................................31 Darius Hill (2005-08) Points............................................................................................................................287, Ian McGarvey (2007-10)

Game

Team

Points .......................................................................................................................66, vs. Cal Poly Pomona (1977) Total Offense......................................................................................................... 618, vs. Cal Poly Pomona (1977) Yards Rushing.......................................................................................................532, vs. Cal Poly Pomona (1977) Yards Passing............................................................................................................................469, vs. Toledo (1993) First Downs...............................................................................................................36, vs. Eastern Michigan (2012)

Season

Points.............................................................................................................................................................. 489 (2008) Total Offense..............................................................................................................................................6,195 (2008) Yards Rushing............................................................................................................................................. 2,872 (1987) Yards Passing............................................................................................................................................3,704 (2007) First Downs......................................................................................................................................................363 (2012) Fewest Points Allowed...................................................................................................................................82 (1978) Consecutive Wins................................................................................. 14, (Last six in 1948 and all eight in 1949)

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Total Offense

1. ......................................................................9,732, Nate Davis (2006-08) 2........................................................7,538, Keith Wenning (2010-present) 3................................................................ 6,484, Talmadge Hill (2000-03) 4........................................................................... 5,852, Mike Neu (1990-93) 5........................................................................5,093, David Riley (1986-89)

Passing Yards

1........................................................................9,233, Nate Davis (2006-08) 2........................................................7,254, Keith Wenning (2010-present) 3............................................................................6,271, Mike Neu (1990-93) 4................................................................5,902, Talmadge Hill (2000-03) 5........................................................................4,730, David Riley (1986-89) 6........................................................... 4,550, Wade Kosakowski (1985-87) 7....................................................................... 4,292, Joey Lynch (2003-06) 8.................................................................. 4,256, Brent Baldwin (1993-96) 9........................................................................3,710, Willard Rice (1968-70) 10............................................................................3,650, Neil Britt (1981-85)

Receiving Yards

1............................................................3,030, Dante Ridgeway (2002-04) 2...................................................................... 2,778, Dante Love (2005-08) 3.........................................................................2,473, Darius Hill (2005-08) 4..................................................................... 2,256, Deon Chester (1984-87) 5..................................................................... 2,218, Briggs Orsbon (2008-11) 6...........................................................................2,111, Brian Oliver (1991-94) 7...................................................................... 1,874, Stevie Nelson (1979-82) 8...................................................................... 1,777, Adrian Reese (1996-99) 9...................................................................... 1,736, Rick Morrison (1976-78) 10..................................................................1,678, Louis Johnson (2005-08)

Rushing

1...................................................... 4,002, Marcus Merriweather (1999-02) 2...................................................................3,748, MiQuale Lewis (2006-10) 3............................................................... 3,483, Bernie Parmalee (1987-90) 4................................................................. 3,080, LeAndre Moore (1995-98) 5....................................................................... 3,051, Michael Blair (1993-96) 6.......................................................................2,725, Corey Croom (1989-92) 7...................................................................2,209, Amos Van Pelt (1966-68) 8..........................................................................2,098, Tony Nibbs (1992-94) 9........................................................................2,013, Terry Lymon (1980-83) 10..................................................................... 2,000, Tony Schmid (1971-73)

Receptions

1................................................................238, Dante Ridgeway (2002-04) 2........................................................................ 213, Briggs Orsbon (2008-11) 3..........................................................................199, Dante Love (2005-08) 4.............................................................................158, Darius Hill (2005-08) 5......................................................................... 146, Deon Chester (1984-87) 6............................................................................ 138, Brian Oliver (1991-94) 7..........................................................................131, Adrian Reese (1996-99) 8.........................................................................120, Stevie Nelson (1979-82) 9............................................................................. 119, Mike Leuck (1982-84) t10........................................................................118, Larry Bostic (2002-06) t10........................................................................118, Rick Morrison (1975-78)

Scoring

1.......................................................................287, Ian McGarvey (2007-10) 2.......................................................................279, Kenny Stucker (1988-91) 3..................................................................... 258, Brian Jackson (2003-06) 4........................................................................253, John Diettrich (1983-86) t5..................................................222, Marcus Merriweather (1999-2002) t5....................................................................... 222, Michael Blair (1993-96) 7..................................................................... 217, Brent Lockliear (1994-97) 8...................................................................200, MiQuale Lewis (2006-10) 9.............................................................................188, Darius Hill (2006-08) t10.................................................................. 174, Mark Bornholdt (1978-81) t10...............................................................174, Bernie Parmalee (1987-90)

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CENTRAL MICHIGAN CHIPPEWAS

Central Michigan running back Zurlon Tipton

Dr. George E. Ross President

CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY

Location: ........................................................................................ Mount Pleasant, Mich. President:................................................................................................. Dr. George E. Ross Director of Athletics:........................................................................................Dave Heeke Head Coach:............................................................................................................Dan Enos Faculty Representative:....................................................................................Kevin Love Enrollment:....................................................................................................................27,693 Founded:............................................................................................................................1892 Nickname:.............................................................................................................Chippewas Colors:................................................................ Maroon (PMS 216) and Gold (PMS 116) Stadium: (Capacity):...................................................... Kelly/Shorts Stadium (30,255) Website:..................................................................................... www.cmuchippewas.com

Dave Heeke Director of Athletics

TEAM FACTS

Offense:....................................................................................................................... Multiple Defense:............................................................................................................................4-2-5 2012 Record:........................................................................................................................7-6 2012 Conference Record/Finish:................................................................... 4-4/4th West Last Bowl Appearance:............................................. Little Caesars Pizza Bowl (2012) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:......................................................................................51/19 Starters Returning/Lost:................................................................................................... 15/7 All-Time Record:...................................................................................................583-381-36 All-Time MAC Record:......................................................................................... 178-123-10 MAC Championships/Last:....................................................................................... 7/2009

Dan Enos Head Coach

SPORTS INFORMATION

Football Contact:.........................................................................................John Regenfuss Office Phone:.....................................................................................................989.774.7323 Office Fax:...........................................................................................................989.774.5391 Cell Phone:........................................................................................................ 989.400.8913 E-Mail:..................................................................................................regen1jm@cmich.edu Kelly/Shorts Stadium Press Box:................................................... 989.774.3579 or 3594

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CENTRAL MICHIGAN CHIPPEWAS TEAM INFORMATION Date Opponent Sat., Aug. 31 at Michigan Sat., Sept. 7 New Hampshire Sat., Sept. 14 at UNLV Sat., Sept. 21 *Toledo Sat., Sept. 28 at North Carolina State Sat., Oct. 5 *at Miami Sat., Oct. 12 *at Ohio Sat., Oct. 19 *Northern Illinois Wed., Nov. 6 *at Ball State Sat., Nov. 16 *at Western Michigan Sat., Nov. 23 *UMass Fri., Nov. 29 *Eastern Michigan *Mid-American Conference game

Football Contact: John Regenfuss Rose Center 100 Mount Pleasant, MI 48859 Phone: 989.774.7323 Fax: 989.774.5391 regen1jm@cmich.edu

Newspaper

Morning Sun Beat Writer: Nate Schneider 711 W. Pickard St. P.O. Box 447 Mount Pleasant, MI 48858 Phone: 989.779.6060 nschneider@michigannewspapers.com CM Life Moore Hall Mount Pleasant, MI 48859 Phone: 989.774.3493 sports@cm-life.com

Radio

CMU Radio Network Play-by-Play: Don Chiodo Color: Brock Gutierrez Rose Center, Central Michigan Univ. Mount Pleasant, MI 48859 don.chiodo@edwardjones.com

Television

WCMU Public Broadcasting Sports Producer: Kurt Wilson Public Broadcasting Center Mount Pleasant, MI 48859 Phone: 989.774.1540 wilso3kd@cmich.edu WJRT-TV (ABC - 12) Sports Producer: Greg Molzon 2302 Lapeer St. Flint, MI 48503 Phone: 810.233.3130 greg.c.molzon@abc.com WNEM-TV (CBS - 5) Sports Producer: Scot Johnson P.O. Box 531 Saginaw, MI 48068 Phone: 989.755.8191 scot.johnson@wnem.com WEYI-TV (NBC - 25) Sports Producer: Erik Columbia 2225 W. Williard Rd. Clio, MI 48420 Phone: 810.687.1000 ecolumbia@nbc25.net WWTV/WWUP-TV (CBS 9 & 10) Sports Producer: Jared Smith PO Box 627 Cadillac, MI 49601 Phone: 800.782.7910 jaredsmith@9and10news.com

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Time 3:30 pm ET 3:00 pm ET TBA Noon ET TBA TBA 2:00 pm ET 3:00 pm ET 8:00 pm ET Noon ET 1:00 pm ET TBA

Television Big Ten Network ESPN3 TBA ESPN Regional/ESPN3 TBA TBA TBA TBA ESPN2 ESPN Regional/ESPN3 TBA ESPNU/ESPN3

Series Michigan leads 3-0 CMU leads 1-0 UNLV leads 2-1 Toledo leads 20-18-3 NC State leads 1-0 Miami leads 12-11-1 CMU leads 21-5-2 CMU leads 25-22-1 Series tied 22-22-1 WMU leads 45-37-2 CMU leads 1-0 CMU leads 56-28-6

2013 Squad Breakdown

Primary Media Outlets CMU Sports Information

2013 Schedule

Starters Returning (18) Offense (8)

Pos.

Nick Beamish Titus Davis Adam Fenton Andrew Flory Jake Olson Andy Phillips Zurlon Tipton Courtney Williams

OL WR FB WR OL OL RB WR

Defense (7)

Pos.

Shamari Benton Jarret Chapman Justin Cherocci Avery Cunningham Jabari Dean Leterrius Walton Jason Wilson

LB DB LB DB DL DT DB

Specialist (3)

Pos.

Richie Hogan Connor Gagnon Mike Zenk

P L LS

Starters Lost (8) Offense (3)

Pos.

Defense (4)

Pos.

Eric Fisher Darren Keyton Ryan Radcliff Mike Repovz Cody Wilson

DB DE DE DB

Specialist (1)

Pos.

Date August 30 September 8 September 22 September 29 October 6 October 11 October 20 October 27 November 3 November 10 November 17 November 23 December 26

2012 Statistics

126 tackles, 1.5 tfl, 1 INT, 4 passes defensed, 2 rec. fumbles 51 tackles, 6 passes defensed 132 tackles, 2.5 tfl, 2 passes defensed 88 tackles, 6.0 tfl, 2.0 sacks, 2 INT, 6 passes defensed, 2 forced fumbles 28 tackles, 1.5 tfl, 1.0 sack, 1 rec. fumble 32 tackles, 3.5 tfl, 2.5 sacks, 1 pass defensed 50 tackles, 2 INT, 9 passes defensed

2012 Statistics

50 punts, 2,088 yds., 41.8 avg., 15 In20 19 kickoffs, 1,120 yards, 58.9 avg., 5 TBs Appeared in all 13 games last season

2012 Statistics

OT No. 1 overall pick in 2013 NFL Draft; Started 13 games at left tackle last season OG Started all 13 games at right guard last season QB 242-407 passing, 3,158 yds., 23 TDs, 242.9 ypg OT Started 10 games at right tackle last season WR 74 rec., 840 yds., 3 TDs

Jahleel Addae Joe Kinville Caesar Rodriquez Lorenzo White David Harman

2012 Statistics

Started all 13 games at center last season 43 rec., 860 yds., 20.0 avg., 8 TDs Played in all 13 games last season 17 rec., 340 yds., 20.0 avg., 4 TDs Missed 2013 season due to injury; has 26 career starts during his career Started all 13 games at left guard last season 252 att., 1,492 yds., 5.9 avg., 19 TDs 24 rec., 260 yds., 2 TDs

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2012 Statistics

89 tackles, 7.0 tfl, 2.0 sacks, 4 INT, 9 passes defensed 40 tackles, 5.0 tfl, 2.0 sacks, 1 pass defensed 45 tackles, 9.0 tfl, 4.0 sacks, 1 safety 27 tackles, 1 INT, 9 pbu

2012 Statistics

15-20 FGs, 43-44 PATs, 88 total points

2012 Results (7-6, 4-4 MAC)

Opponent Score Total Off. Southeast Missouri State W, 38-27 495 Michigan State L, 7-41 245 at Iowa W, 32-31 394 *at Northern Illinois L, 24-55 462 *at Toledo L, 35-50 383 Navy L, 13-31 221 *Ball State L, 30-41 446 *Akron W, 35-14 444 *Western Michigan L, 31-42 506 *at Eastern Michigan W, 34-31 403 *Miami W, 30-16 386 *at UMass W, 42-21 344 vs. W. Kentucky (Little Caesars) W, 24-21 393

Total Def. 308 495 430 622 433 372 464 492 513 414 434 317 327

Att. 15,250 35,127 70,585 16,292 19,247 15,074 14,081 10,172 15,322 4,081 7,223 6,385 23,310

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CENTRAL MICHIGAN CHIPPEWAS ROSTER INFORMATION No. 61 77 68 18 16 38 40 54 26 4 15 70 29 3 8 41 63 17 37 39 12 99 65 17 86 36 71 19 82 84 52 79 74 49 6 44 9 76 5 37 21 44 78 35 43 86 81 60 13 87 95 22 97 90 7 10 33 88 93 98 6 42 51 50 30

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Name Pos. Ht./Wt. Yr. Nick Adams LS 5-10/230 Jr./Jr. Ramadan Ahmeti OL 6-7/300 Jr./So. Dylan Anderson OL 6-3/302 So./Fr. Tony Annese DB 6-1/205 So./Fr. Stefon Armstead DB 5-10/175 Jr./So. Joe Austin TE 6-6/225 Fr./Fr. Joe Bacci LB 6-1/243 So./Fr. Nick Beamish OL 6-3/310 Jr./So. Shamari Benton LB 6-0/235 Sr./Sr. Darrien Boone QB 6-2/190 Fr./Fr. Deon Butler TE 6-3/238 Sr./Jr. Shakir Carr OL 6-4/290 Fr./Fr. Jarret Chapman DB 6-0/194 Jr./Jr. Mark Chapman WR 6-0/180 Fr./Fr. Winslow Chapman DB 6-0/193 So./Fr. Justin Cherocci LB 6-0/231 Sr./Jr. Connor Collins OL 6-3/300 So./Fr. Ron Coluzzi K 5-11/185 So./Fr. Christian Conley FB 6-2/249 Jr./So. Jadon Cook LB 5-10/212 Jr./So. Eric Cooper WR 5-11/177 Fr./Fr. Matt Cotiguala K/P 5-10/180 So./So. Alex Coty OL 6-4/305 Fr./Fr. Josh Cox DB 5-11/195 Fr./Fr. Zach Crouch TE 6-5/230 Fr./Fr. Avery Cunningham DB 6-0/203 Sr./Sr. Kevin D’Arcy OL 6-4/300 So./Fr. Cameron Davis DB 6-1/200 Jr./Jr. Defarrel Davis WR 6-2/175 Sr./Sr. Titus Davis WR 6-2/190 Jr./Jr. Jabari Dean DL 6-2/295 So./So. Austin Doan OL 6-4/296 Fr./Fr. Derek Edwards OL 6-5/282 Fr./Fr. Adam Fenton FB 6-2/246 Sr./Sr. Jordan Fields DB 5-11/180 So./Fr. Alex Fine DB 6-0/184 Jr./Jr. Andrew Flory WR 6-0/182 So./So. Jack Ford OL 6-7/301 Fr./Fr. Kavon Frazier DB 6-0/213 So./So. Connor Gagnon K 6-1/198 Sr./Sr. Jeremy Gainer DL 6-2/235 Sr./Sr. Anthony Garland RB 6-1/218 Jr./Jr. Collin Goetz OL 6-6/302 So./Fr. Brandon Greer DB 6-1/203 So./So. Tim Hamilton LB 6-1/233 Jr./So. Ryan Hansen WR 6-3/180 So./So. Jerry Harris WR 6-1/187 Sr./Sr. Kevin Henry OL 6-4/306 Sr./Jr. Richie Hogan P 6-2/207 Sr./Sr. Connor Howard WR 5-11/190 So./So. Shafer Johnson DL 6-1/300 Jr./So. Gary Jones RB 6-2/200 Fr./Fr. Mike Jorde DL 6-4/257 So./Fr. Chris Kantzavelos DL 6-3/265 Fr./Fr. Cody Kater QB 6-3/220 Sr./Jr. Kevin King DB 5-10/191 Sr./Jr. Mike Kinville TE 6-3/255 Sr./Jr. Jesse Kroll WR 6-3/214 Jr./So. Donny Kyre DL 6-2/255 Fr./Fr. Kelby Latta DL 6-4/312 So./Fr. Saylor Lavallii RB 5-9/213 So./So. Tyler Lombardo FB 6-1/248 Sr./Sr. Cody Lopez LB 6-1/225 Jr./Jr. Matt Losiniecki DL 6-3/290 Jr./Jr. Ben Masztak FB 6-1/224 Sr./Sr.

Hometown Crystal Lake, Ill. Lansing, Mich. West Bloomfield, Mich. Hartland, Mich. Southfield, Mich. Bridgeport, Mich. Romeo, Mich. Riverview, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Chicago, Ill. Detroit, Mich. South Bend, Ind. Port Huron, Mich. Port Huron, Mich. Port Huron, Mich. Rochester Hills, Mich. Millington, Mich. Naperville, Ill. Troy, Mich. Harper Woods, Mich. Flint, Mich. LaGrange, Ill South Bend, Ind. Warren, Mich. Lowell, Mich. Cincinnati, Ohio Livonia, Mich. Grand Blanc, Mich. Melvindale, Mich. Wheaton, Ill. Detroit, Mich. Romeo, Mich. Novi, Mich. Birmingham, Mich. Grand Blanc, Mich. Lake Orion, Mich. Miramar, Fla. Cadillac, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. Midland, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Ferndale, Mich. Oxford, Mich. Dolton, Ill. Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Dearborn, Mich. Delray Beach, Fla. Morris, Ill. Laguna Hills, Calif. Carmel, Ind. Southfield, Mich. Allegan, Mich. Croswell, Mich. Bartlett, Ill. Montague, Mich. Dearborn, Mich. Northville, Mich. Algoma, Wis. Olivet, Mich. Battle Creek, Mich. Mason, Mich. Harrison Township, Mich. Plainfield, Ill. Waukesha, Wis. Paw Paw, Mich.

No. 31 83 28 2 2 64 34 89 73 7 45 56 24 72 66 67 48 80 59 75 10 91 94 23 46 11 32 55 9 34 57 27 19 58 12 85 18 14 20 47 92

Name Pos. Ht./Wt. Yr. Hometown Kenny McClendon DL 6-2/250 Sr./Sr. St. Louis, Mo. Ben McCord TE 6-4/243 Jr./So. Warren, Mich. Dennis Nalor DB 6-0/178 Jr./Jr. Miami, Fla. Derrick Nash RB 5-10/195 Fr./Fr. Saginaw, Mich. Alex Niznak QB 6-3/227 Jr./So. Ithaca, Mich. Andrew Nowak OL 6-2/285 Sr./Jr. St. Joseph, Mich. Colton Odykirk DB 6-2/200 So./So. Mount Pleasant, Mich. Connor Odykirk TE 6-3/242 Sr./Sr. Mount Pleasant, Mich. Jake Olson OL 6-8/305 Sr./Sr. Hartford, Wis. Ryan Oruche DB 5-11/188 Jr./So. Downers Grove, Ill. Joe Ostman LB 6-3/235 Fr./Fr. St. Ignace, Mich. Louis Palmer DL 6-2/283 Jr./So. Detroit, Mich. Jeff Perry DB 6-2/227 Fr./Fr. Morris, Ill. Cody Pettit OL 6-3/300 Sr./Sr. Deshler, Ohio Andy Phillips OL 6-3/306 Sr./Jr. Lansing, Mich. J.P. Quinn OL 6-4/280 Fr./Fr. Naperville, Ill. Ben Randle DL 6-5/295 So./Fr. Rodney, Mich. Anthony Rice WR 6-0/178 So./Fr. Mishawaka, Ind. Nathan Ricketts LB 6-3/230 So./Fr. Holland, Mich. Kenny Rogers OL 6-6/304 Jr./So. Dimondale, Mich. Cooper Rush QB 6-3/216 So./Fr. Charlotte, Mich. Matt Russo DL 6-3/245 Sr./Jr. Caledonia, Mich. Lance Sanders DL 6-3/269 So./Fr. Chicago, Ill. Anthony Scarcelli DB 6-0/185 So./Fr. Marine City, Mich. Blake Serpa DL 6-3/255 Jr./So. Sugar Grove, Ill. Maurice Shoemaker-Gilmore DB 5-11/204 So./Fr. Kankakee, Ill. Alex Smith DL 6-3/250 Sr./Sr. Barrington, Ill. Michael Steinhauer DL 6-3/275 Fr./Fr. Chelsea, Mich. Wesley Thomas WR 6-0/195 Fr./Fr. South Bend, Ind. Zurlon Tipton RB 6-0/221 Sr./Sr. Detroit, Mich. Doug Van Elslander LB 6-0/233 Jr./Jr. Warren, Mich. Martez Walker RB 5-8/193 So./Fr. Orland Park, Ill. Tyree Waller DB 6-1/212 Fr./Fr. Ypsilanti, Mich. Leterrius Walton DL 6-5/323 Sr./Jr. Clinton Township, Mich. A.J. Westendorp TE 6-2/226 Sr./Sr. Holland, Mich. Courtney Williams WR 6-1/212 Jr./Jr. Melvindale, Mich. Corey Willis WR 5-10/170 Fr./Fr. Holland, Mich. Jason Wilson DB 6-0/185 Jr./Jr. Farmington Hills, Mich. Denzel Wimberly DB 5-10/201 Jr./So. Pompano Beach, Fla. Kyle Zelinsky LB 6-1/230 Sr./Sr. Bartlett, Ill. Mike Zenk LS 6-3/250 Jr./So. Toledo, Ohio

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CENTRAL MICHIGAN CHIPPEWAS COACHING INFORMATION/STADIUM FACTS Coaches Information

Head Coach:..................................................................................................................................................................Dan Enos (Fourth Season) Alma Mater:................................................................................................................................................................................ Michigan State, ‘91 Hometown:.......................................................................................................................................................................................Dearborn, Mich. Overall Record:...........................................................................................................................................................................13-24 (Fouth Year) School Record:........................................................................................................................................................................... 13-24 (Fourth Year) MAC Record:................................................................................................................................................................................ 8-16 (Fourth Year)

Previous Coaching Experience

Michigan State.........................................................................................................................................................Graduate Assistant (1991-93) Lakeland College................................................................................... Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers (1994-95) Northern Michigan................................................................................................................. Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Backs (1996) Southern Illinois................................................................................................................................... Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers (1997-98) Southwest Missouri State..........................................................................................................Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks (1999) Western Michigan......................................................................................................................................................... Quarterbacks (2000-02) North Dakota State................................................................................................................. Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks (2003) Cincinnati.........................................................................................................................................................................Quarterbacks (2004-05) Michigan State...................................................................................................................Quarterbacks (2006); Running Backs (2007-09)

Enos’ Year-By-Year

Year School Overall Conference Bowl 2010 Central Michigan 3-9 2-6/t-5th West -Central Michigan 3-9 2-6/6th West -vs. Akron...............................................2-0 2011 Central Michigan 7-6 4-4/4th West Little Caesars Pizza Bowl, 1-0 vs. Ball State........................................0-3 2012 (Three Seasons) 13-24 (.351) 8-16 (.333) 1-0 (1.000) vs. Bowling Green................................0-1 Totals vs. Buffalo............................................ 0-0 Assistant Coaches vs. Eastern Michigan........................... 2-1 Kyle Nystrom, Assistant Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator/Linebackers.................................................... Michigan State, ‘88 vs. Kent State........................................0-1 Mike Cummings, Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line ............................................................................................................Buffalo, ‘84 vs. Miami................................................. 1-1 Joe Tumpkin, Defensive Coordinator.................................................................................................................................. Michigan Tech, ‘94 vs. UMass................................................1-0 Morris Watts, Passing Game Coordinator/Quarterbacks.................................................................................................................Tulsa, ‘61 vs. Northern Illinois.............................. 1-2 Butch Barry, Tight Ends......................................................................................................................................................Central Michigan, ‘01 vs. Ohio...................................................0-1 Mose Rison, Wide Receivers................................................................................................................................................Central Michigan, ‘78 vs. Temple..............................................0-1 Archie Collins, Cornerbacks................................................................................................................................................... Michigan State, ‘98 vs. Toledo..............................................0-3 George Ricumstrict, Defensive Line................................................................................................................................Central Michigan, ‘90 vs. Western Michigan.................1-2 Gino Guidugli, Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator......................................................................................................... Cincinnati, ‘04

Enos vs. The MAC

CMU All-Time Coaching Records

Years Coach Seasons Record 1896 Pete McCormick 1 3-1 1897-99 Carl Pray 3 6-5 1900 Unknown 1 1-0 1902-05 Charles Tambling 4 17-2 1907 Ralph Thacker 1 2-4 1908 Hugh Sutherland 1 4-3 1909-12 Harry Helmer 4 14-7-2 1916 Blake Miller 1 1-5 1917 Fred Johnson 1 1-2 1918 Charles Tambling 1 1-0 1919 Garland Nevitt 1 2-2-3 1920 Joe Simmons 1 4-3-1 1921-23 Wallace Parker 3 18-2-5 1924-25 Lester Barnard 2 11-2-3 1926-28 Wallace Parker 3 16-8-1 1929-30 A.J. Nowak 2 7-6-2 1931-33 George Van Bibber 3 12-9-2 1934-35 Alex Yunevich 3 9-13-1 1937-46 Ron Finch 10 53-18-1 1947-49 Lyle Bennett 3 8-15-1 1950 Warren Schmakel 1 6-4 1951-66 Bill Kelly 16 91-58-2 1967-77 Roy Kramer 11 83-32-2 1978-93 Herb Deromedi 16 110-55-10 1994-99 Dick Flynn 6 30-37 2000-03 Mike Debord 4 12-34 2004-06 Brian Kelly 3 19-16 2006 Jeff Quinn -- 1-0 2007-09 Butch Jones 3 27-13 2009 Steve Stripling -- 1-0 2010-12 Dan Enos 3 13-24 Totals 112 583-381-36

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Pct. .750 .545 1.000 .895 .333 .571 .652 .167 .333 1.000 .500 .563 .759 .781 .660 .533 .565 .413 .743 .354 .600 .609 .718 .657 .448 .261 .543 1.000 .675 1.000 .333 .601

Kelly/Shorts Stadium Capacity:................................................................................................................................................. 30,255 Surface:................................................................................................................................................FieldTurf First Season in Stadium:...........................................................................................................................1972 Record in Stadium:.............................................................................................................................147-61-4 Largest Home Crowd:...........................................................................35,127 vs. Michigan State (2012) Largest Season Home Attendance, Season:.....................................................................145,273 (1984)

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CENTRAL MICHIGAN CHIPPEWAS Year-By-Year Record/Bowl Records Year Coach

1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 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 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961

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Pete McCormick Carl Pray Carl Pray Carl Pray Unknown No Varsity Team Charles Tambling Charles Tambling Charles Tambling Charles Tambling No Varsity Team Ralph Thacker Hugh Sutherland Harry Helmer Harry Helmer Harry Helmer Harry Helmer No Varsity Team No Varsity Team No Varsity Team Blake Miller Fred Johnson Charles Tambling Garland Nevitt Joe Simmons Wallace Parker Wallace Parker Wallace Parker Lester Barnard Lester Barnard Wallace Parker Wallace Parker Wallace Parker A.J. Nowak A.J. Nowak George Van Bibber George Van Bibber George Van Bibber Alex Yunewich Alex Yunewich Alex Yunewich Ron Finch Ron Finch Ron Finch Ron Finch Ron Finch Ron Finch Ron Finch Ron Finch Ron Finch Ron Finch Lyle Bennett Lyle Bennett Lyle Bennett Warren Schmakel Bill Kelly Bill Kelly Bill Kelly Bill Kelly Bill Kelly Bill Kelly Bill Kelly Bill Kelly Bill Kelly Bill Kelly Bill Kelly

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1-5 1-2 1-0 2-2-3 4-3-1 7-2-1 6-0-2 5-1-2 7-1 4-1-3 3-4-1 7-1 6-3 2-3-2 5-3 4-3 3-4-1 5-2-1 5-3 1-6 3-4-1 6-2 7-1 7-1 4-3-1 4-3 6-0 2-3 5-2 6-1 6-2 2-5-1 3-6 3-4 6-4 5-3 7-2 7-1-1 8-2 8-1 9-0 4-6 7-3 7-3 3-5 2-8

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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 2011 2012

MAC Finish Overall

Bill Kelly -- -- Bill Kelly -- -- Bill Kelly -- -- Bill Kelly -- -- Bill Kelly -- -- Roy Kramer -- -- Roy Kramer -- -- Roy Kramer -- -- Roy Kramer -- -- Roy Kramer -- -- Roy Kramer -- -- Roy Kramer -- -- Roy Kramer -- -- Roy Kramer 4-1-1 2nd Roy Kramer 4-3 5th Roy Kramer 7-1 2nd Herb Deromedi 8-1 2nd Herb Deromedi 8-0-1 1st Herb Deromedi 7-2 1st Herb Deromedi 7-2 3rd Herb Deromedi 5-3-1 4th Herb Deromedi 7-2 T-3rd Herb Deromedi 6-2-1 3rd Herb Deromedi 6-3 3rd Herb Deromedi 4-4 7th Herb Deromedi 3-4-1 T-6th Herb Deromedi 5-3 T-3rd Herb Deromedi 5-2-1 4th Herb Deromedi 7-1 T-1st Herb Deromedi 3-1-4 2nd Herb Deromedi 4-5 7th Herb Deromedi 5-4 4th Dick Flynn 8-1 1st Dick Flynn 2-6 T-7th Dick Flynn 4-4 5th Dick Flynn 1-7 5th/West Dick Flynn 5-3 3rd/West Dick Flynn 3-5 5th/West Mike DeBord 2-6 6th/West Mike DeBord 2-6 5th/West Mike DeBord 2-6 6th/West Mike DeBord 1-7 7th/West Brian Kelly 3-5 5th/West Brian Kelly 5-3 T-3rd/West Brian Kelly/Jeff Quinn 7-1 1st/West Butch Jones 6-1 T-1st/West Butch Jones 6-2 2nd/West Butch Jones/Steve Stripling 8-0 1st/West Dan Enos 2-6 t-5th/West Dan Enos 2-6 6th/West Dan Enos 4-4 4th/West

Date

12/8/90 12/15/94 12/26/06 12/26/07 12/26/08 1/06/10 12/26/12

Bowl Results (3-4-0)

Bowl

California Raisin Las Vegas Motor City Motor City Motor City GMAC Little Caesars Pizza

Bowl

6-4 -4-5-1 -4-5 -5-5 -5-5 -8-2 -7-2 -7-3 -7-3 -5-5 -5-5-1 -7-4 -12-1 -8-2-1 -7-4 -10-1 -9-2 -10-0-1 -9-2 -7-4 -6-4-1 -8-3 -8-2-1 -7-3 -5-5 -5-5-1 -7-4 -5-5-1 -8-3-1 -6-1-4 California Raisin 5-6 -5-6 -9-3 Las Vegas 4-7 -5-6 -2-9 -6-5 -4-7 -2-9 -3-8 -4-8 -3-9 -4-7 -6-5 -10-4 Motor City 8-6 Motor City 8-5 Motor City 12-2 GMAC Bowl 3-9 -3-9 -7-6 Little Caesars Pizza

Opponent

San Jose UNLV Middle Tennesse State Purdue Florida Atlantic Troy Western Kentucky

Result

L, 24-48 L, 24-52 W, 31-14 L, 48-51 L, 21-24 W, 44-41 (2OT) W, 24-21

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CENTRAL MICHIGAN CHIPPEWAS CENTRAL MICHIGAN SCHOOL RECORDS Game

Individual

Total Offense................................................................................................ 514, Dan LeFevour vs. Akron (2007) Yards Rushing.......................................................................... 377, Robbie Mixon vs. Eastern Michigan (2002) Rushing Attempts.......................................................................... 49, Eric Flowers vs. Eastern Michigan (1998) Yards Passing............................................................................................ 485, Brian Brunner vs. Indiana (2008) Pass Attempts............................................................................... 70, Kent Smith vs. Western Michigan (2005) Pass Completions......................................................................... 46, Kent Smith vs. Western Michigan (2005) Yards Receiving................................................................................................284, Norm Tellar vs. Toledo (1929) Receptions...................................................................................................... 15, Antonio Brown vs. Akron (2007)

Season

Total Offense................................................................................................................4,774, Dan LeFevour (2007) Yards Rushing....................................................................................................................1,890, Brian Pruitt (1994) Rushing Attempts................................................................................................................... 374, Billy Smith (1991) Rushing Touchdowns............................................................................................................20, Brian Pruitt (1994) Yards Passing.............................................................................................................. 3,652, Dan LeFevour (2007) Pass Attempts.................................................................................................................543, Dan LeFevour (2007) Pass Completions...........................................................................................................355, Dan LeFevour (2007) Touchdown Passes...........................................................................................................28, Dan LeFevour (2009) Yards Receiving................................................................................................................1,229, Reggie Allen (1996) Receptions....................................................................................................................... 110, Antonio Brown (2009) Touchdown Catches.....................................................................................................10, Bryan Anderson (2007) Interceptions.............................................................................................................................8, Jim Bowman (1983) Points........................................................................................................................................132, Brian Pruitt (1994)

Career

Total Offense.......................................................................................................15,853, Dan LeFevour (2006-09) Yards Rushing.............................................................................................................4,162, Curtis Adams (1981-84) Rushing Attempts.........................................................................................................761, Curtis Adams (1981-84) Rushing Touchdowns.................................................................................................... 43, Curtis Adams (1981-84) Yards Passing..................................................................................................... 12,905, Dan LeFevour (2006-09) Pass Attempts....................................................................................................... 1,763, Dan LeFevour (2006-09) Pass Completions................................................................................................... 1,171, Dan LeFevour (2006-09) Touchdown Passes..................................................................................................102, Dan LeFevour (2006-09) Yards Receiving................................................................................................3,648, Bryan Anderson (2006-09) Receptions...............................................................................................................305, Antonio Brown (2007-09) Touchdown Catches............................................................................................. 28, Bryan Anderson (2006-09) Points................................................................................................................................ 307, Jim Podoley (1953-56)

Game

Team

Points .............................................................................................................................................80, vs. Ferris (1920) Total Offense..................................................................................................................... 658, vs. Ball State (2007) Yards Rushing.............................................................................................................................551, vs. UNLV (1994) Yards Passing.........................................................................................................................485, vs. Indiana (2008) First Downs............................................................................................................ 35, vs. Western Michigan (2005) Total Defense...................................................................................................................... 16, vs. Ferris State (1934) Rushing Defense....................................................................................................0, vs. Northern Michigan (1983) Passing Defense..........................................................................................................................................0, vs. several teams

Season

Points..............................................................................................................................................................487, (2007) Total Offense............................................................................................................................................6,258, (2007) Yards Rushing................................................................................3,613, (1975); 4,113 (1974 -- includes playoffs) Yards Passing........................................................................................................................................... 3,767, (2008) First Downs................................................................................................................................................... 329, (2007) Fewest Points Allowed.................................................................................................................................. 0, (1902) Total Defense............................................................................................................................................. 1,292, (1956) Rushing Defense........................................................................................................................................... 797, (1956) Passing Defense............................................................................................................................................. 531, (1955) Consecutive Wins......................................................................................................................................15, (1956-57)

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Central Michigan Career Leaders Total Offense

1................................................................ 15,853, Dan LeFevour (2006-09) 2....................................................................9,747, Ryan Radcliff (2009-12) 3. ......................................................................... 6,518, Jeff Bender (1988-91) 4...................................................................... 6,079, Kent Smith (2002-05) t5................................................................ 5,747, Pete Shepherd (1997-00) t5.............................................................. 5,747, Derrick Vickers (2000-03) 7.................................................................... 4,925, Chad Darnell (1994-96) 8............................................................... 4,585, Joe Youngblood (1990-93) 9.......................................................................4,168, Curtis Adams (1981-84) 10............................................................. 4,167, Gary Hogeboom (1976-79)

Passing Yards

1............................................................... 12,905, Dan LeFevour (2006-09) 2.....................................................................9,917, Ryan Radcliff (2009-12) 3. ........................................................................ 6,528, Jeff Bender (1988-91) 4................................................................. 5,754, Pete Shepherd (1997-00) 5............................................................... 5,358, Derrick Vickers (2000-03) 6........................................................................5,179, Kent Smith (2002-05) 7................................................................ 4,718, Joe Youngblood (1990-93) 8....................................................................4,705, Chad Darnell (1994-96) 9.....................................................................3,699, Bob DeMarco (1981-84) 10.........................................................................3,200, Pat Boyd (1962-65)

Receiving Yards

1..............................................................3,648, Bryan Anderson (2006-09) 2...................................................................... 3,242, Reggie Allen (1995-98) 3................................................................3,199, Antonio Brown (2007-09) 4. ............................................................ 2,968, Bryan Schorman (1995-98) 5......................................................................2,729, Cody Wilson (2009-12) 6............................................................... 2,279, Damien Linson (2003-06) 7..............................................................................2,064, Ken Ealy (1988-91) 8.......................................................................2,004, Matt Means (1972-74) 9........................................................................1,975, John DeBoer (1982-85) 10.....................................................................1,908, Kito Poblah (2007-10)

Rushing Yards

1........................................................................4,162, Curtis Adams (1981-84) 2. .................................................................... 3,886, Walt Hodges (1973-76) 3.......................................................................... 3,702, Jesse Lakes (1969-71) 4....................................................................... 3,693, Brian Pruitt (1992-94) 5........................................................................ 3,122, Eric Flowers (1996-99) 6........................................................................2,968, Walt Beach (1956-59) 7................................................................ 2,948, Dan LeFevour (2006-09) 8.......................................................................... 2,928, Willie Todd (1978-81) 9................................................................ 2,863, Ontario Sneed (2006-08) 10........................................................................ 2,838, Mose Rison (1974-77)

Receptions

1...................................................................305, Antonio Brown (2007-09) 2............................................................... 290, Bryan Anderson (2006-09) 3.........................................................................230, Cody Wilson (2009-12) 4.......................................................................... 192, Reggie Allen (1995-98) 5...................................................................187, Bryan Schorman (1995-98) 6.......................................................................167, Justin Harper (2002-05) 7.....................................................................157, Ontario Sneed (2005-08) 8....................................................................155, Damien Linson (2003-06) 9...........................................................................154, Kito Poblah (2007-10) 10..........................................................................130, Matt Means (1972-74)

Scoring

1........................................................................... 307, Jim Podoley (1953-56) 2....................................................................288, Dan LeFevour (2006-09) 3.................................................................. 285, Andrew Aguila (2007-09) 4...........................................................................274, Rade Savich (1975-78) 5.........................................................................273, Kevin Nicholl (1986-89) 6...........................................................................268, Walt Beach (1956-59) 7.........................................................................264, Curtis Adams (1981-84) 8....................................................................234, Ontario Sneed (2005-08) 9...............................................................231, Mike Franckowiak (1972-74) 10...................................................................227, Chuck Selinger (1990-93)

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EASTERN MICHIGAN EAGLES

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Dr. Susan W. Martin President

EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY

Location: ...................................................................................................... Ypsilanti, Mich. President:..............................................................................................Dr. Susan W. Martin Interim Director of Athletics:.......................................................................Heather Lyke Head Coach:.........................................................................Ron English (California, ‘90) Faculty Representative:.................................................................................................TBA Enrollment:.....................................................................................................................23,341 Founded:............................................................................................................................1849 Nickname:......................................................................................................................Eagles Colors:........................................................................................ Green (PMS 349) & White Stadium: (Capacity):....................................................... Rynearson Stadium (30,200) Website:............................................................................................. www.emueagles.com

Heather Lyke Director of Athletics

TEAM FACTS

Offense:....................................................................................................................... Multiple Defense:...................................................................................................................... Multiple 2012 Record:......................................................................................................................2-10 2012 Conference Record/Finish:.....................................................................1-7/6th West Last Bowl Appearance:....................................................California Raisin Bowl (1987) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.....................................................................................42/21 Starters Returning/Lost:................................................................................................. 16/12 All-Time Record:................................................................................................. 436-545-47 All-Time MAC Record:........................................................................................... 94-196-6 MAC Championships/Last:...........................................................................................1/1987

Ron English Head Coach

MEDIA RELATIONS

Football Contact:............................................................................................. Greg Steiner Office Phone:......................................................................................................734.487.0318 Office Fax:......................................................................................................... 734.485.3840 Cell Phone:...........................................................................................................734.845.1132 E-Mail:............................................................................................ greg.steiner@emich.edu Rynearson Stadium Pressbox:...................................................... 734.481.0014 or 0072

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EASTERN MICHIGAN EAGLES TEAM INFORMATION Date Opponent Sat., Aug. 31 Howard Sat., Sept. 7 at Penn State Sat., Sept. 14 at Rutgers Sat., Sept. 21 *Ball State Sat., Oct. 5 *at Buffalo Sat., Oct. 12 at Army Sat., Oct. 19 *Ohio Sat., Oct. 26 *at Northern Illinois Sat., Nov. 2 *at Toledo Sat., Nov. 9 *Western Michigan Sat., Nov. 23 *Bowling Green Fri., Nov. 29 *at Central Michigan *Mid-American Conference game

Primary Media Outlets EMU Athletic Media Relations Football Contact: Greg Steiner Room 307, Convocation Center Ypsilanti, MI 48197 Phone: 734.487.0318 Cell: 734.845.1132 greg.steiner@emich.edu

Newspaper

Detroit Free Press Mick McCabe 600 W. Lafayette Detroit, MI 48226 Phone: 313.222.6661 Fax: 313.222.5983 sports@freep.com The Detroit News Sports Desk 615 W. Lafayette Detroit, MI 48226 Phone: 313.222.2230 Fax: 313.222.6019 sports@detnews.com Eastern Echo Sports Editor King Hall, EMU Ypsilanti, MI 48197 Phone: 734.487.1010 Fax: 734.487.1241 justin.souva@gmail.com

Radio

WEMU (89.1 FM) Play-by-Play: Matt Shepard Color: Rob Rubic King Hall, EMU Ypsilanti, MI 48197 Phone: 734.487.2229 Fax: 734.487.1015

Television

WJBK-TV 2 (FOX) Sports Desk 16550 W. 9 Mile Southfield, MI 48075 Phone: 248.557.2000 Fax: 248.557.1199 WDIV-TV 4 (NBC) Sports Desk 550 W. Lafayette Detroit, MI 48226 Phone: 313.222.0504 Fax: 313.222.0592 WXYZ-TV 7 (ABC) Sports Desk 20777 W. Ten Mile Rd. Southfield, MI 48037 Phone: 248.827.9420 Fax: 248.827.9444 E-TV John Rice 18 Welch Hall, EMU Ypsilanti, MI 48197 Phone: 734.487.1240 Fax: 734.487.3073

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Pos.

Campbell Allison Tyler Benz Dustin Creel Bronson Hill Bobby McFadden Tyreese Russell Donald Scott

OL QB WR RB OL TE WR

Defense (5)

Pos.

Donald Coleman Kalonji Kashama Travis Linser Cy Maughmer Darius Scott

FS DE DT NT DB

Specialists (4)

Pos.

Tyler Allen Kody Fulkerson Dylan Mulder Demarius Reed

Starters Lost (12)

Pos.

Defense (6)

Pos.

TE OL OL OL

Alex Bellfy Justin Cudworth Andy Mulumba Bryan Pali Blake Poole Marcell Rose

SS LB DE LB LB DB

Specialists (2)

Pos.

Jay Karutz Mike Zupancic

Television Series ESPN3 EMU leads series 2-0 Big Ten Network PSU leads series 2-0 ESPN3 First Meeting TBA BSU leads series 31-21-2 ESPN Regional EMU lead series 5-0 CBS Sports Network Army leads series 4-1 TBA Ohio leads series 17-11-1 TBA NIU leads series 27-14-2 TBA Toledo leads series 29-11 TBA WMU leads series 29-17-2 TBA BGSU leads series 24-11-1 ESPNU/ESPN3 CMU leads series 56-28-6

2012 Statistics

Started in 10 games at right guard last season Started nine games, 114-212 passing, 1,511 yds., 14 TDs 13 rec., 220 yds., 16.9 avg. 140 att., 905 yds., 6.5 avg., 6 TDs Started nine games at right tackle last season 12 rec., 196 yds., 3 TDs 19 rec., 255 yds., 3 TDs

2012 Statistics

87 tackles, 2.0 tfl 30 tackles, 4.0 tfl, 3.0 sacks, 2 forced fumbles 21 tackles, 4.5 tfl, 1.0 sack, 1 forced fumble 31 tackles, 2.0 tfl, 1 forced fumble 26 tackles, 1 INT, 4 passes defensed

2012 Statistics

KOR KO K PR

Offense (4) Garrett Hoskins Korey Neal Andrew Sorgatz Corey Watman

Time 6:00 pm ET Noon ET 1:00 pm ET 1:00 pm ET Noon ET Noon ET 1:00 pm ET 3:30 pm ET 7:00 pm ET 1:00 pm ET 1:00 pm ET TBA

2013 Squad Breakdown

Starters Returning (16) Offense (7)

2013 Schedule

P LS

46 ret., 1,036 yds., 22.5 avg. 52 kickoffs, 58.5 avg. 10-11 FGs, 24-27 PATs, 54 total points 13 ret., 72 yds., 5.5 avg.

2012 Statistics

38 rec., 542 yds., 14.3 avg., 3 TDs Started seven games at left tackle last season Started all 12 games at center last season Started all 12 games at left guard last season

2012 Statistics

81 tackles, 5.5 tfl, 1.0 sack, 4 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble 85 tackles, 8.0 tfl, 2 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble 73 tackles, 7.0 tfl, 1.0 sack, 1 pass defensed, 1 forced fumble 83 tackles, 5.0 tfl, 4 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble 89 tackles, 2.0 tfl, 1 forced fumble 57 tackles, 1.5 tfl, 2 INT, 5 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble

2012 Statistics

69 punts, 2,949 yds., 42.7 avg., 24 In20 Appeared in all 12 games last season

2012 Results (2-10, 1-7 MAC)

Date Opponent August 30 *at Ball State September 8 Illinois State September 15 at Purdue September 22 at Michigan State October 6 *Kent State October 13 *Toledo October 20 Army October 27 *at Bowling Green November 1 *at Ohio November 10 *Central Michigan November 17 *at Western Michigan November 23 *Northern Illinois *Mid-American Conference game

Score Total Off. L, 26-37 366 L, 14-31 248 L, 16-54 313 L, 7-23 198 L, 14-41 200 L, 47-52 624 W, 48-38 478 L, 3-24 178 L, 14-45 305 L, 31-34 414 W, 29-23 369 L, 7-49 227

Total Def. 596 371 576 428 467 655 577 356 559 403 443 415

Att. 12,725 7,654 40,217 74,204 6,011 2,837 4,252 13,158 16,789 4,081 10,338 1,349

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Name Pos. Ht./Wt. Yr. Nathan Adams LB 6-2/210 Fr.-Fr. Duwhan Alford TE 6-1/240 Fr.-Fr. Tyler Allen** WR/RB 5-8/171 Jr.-Jr. Campbell Allison** OL 6-6/316 Sr.-Jr. Austin Barnes P 6-2 /185 Fr.-Fr. Kenyarda Bates RB 5-6/162 Sr.-Sr. Reggie Bell QB 6-3 /180 Fr.-Fr. Tyler Benz** QB 6-3/215 Sr.-Jr. Brandon Bossard QB 6-2/200 Fr.-Fr. Dwayne Brown OL 6-3/308 Fr.-Fr. Matt Brown WR 6-1/201 Sr.-Jr. Mike Brown* DL 6-3/284 So.-So. Tim Brown LB 6-0/218 Sr.-Jr. Ryan Brumfield** RB 5-10/185 Jr.-Jr. Kirkland Bryant* DB 5-9/177 So.-So. Jaleel Canty DB 5-9/191 Fr.-Fr. Donald Coleman* DB 6-0/205 Sr.-Sr. Bilaal Collins LB 6-0/232 Jr.-So. Kent Collins OL 6-3/288 Jr.-Jr. Pudge Cotton** DB 6-1/218 Jr.-Jr. Willie Creear DB 5-9/193 Jr.-Jr. Dustin Creel* WR 6-2/205 So.-So. Michael Denson DB 5-11/195 Sr.-Jr. Owen Dubiel P 6-0/205 Sr.-Jr. Derrick Dunlap DL 6-2/290 Fr.-Fr. Jordan Erbes* OL 6-5/282 Sr.-Jr. Joe Fleming** FB 5-10/248 Sr.-Sr. Kody Fulkerson*** PK 5-11/190 Sr.-Sr. Cole Gardner TE 6-5/250 So.-Fr. Dave Gibson WR 5-11/167 Jr.-So. Ja’Ron Gillespie*** DB 5-11/175 Sr.-Sr. Javonti Greene*** WR/RB 5-10/186 Sr.-Sr. Lincoln Hansen** OL 6-6/301 Sr.-Jr. Tim Harrison RB 5-8/201 So.-Fr. Jake Haviland LB 6-3/220 So.-Fr. Bronson Hill** RB 5-10/208 Jr.-Jr. Oliver Holbrook OL 6-4/275 So. -Fr. Amos Houston DB 6-2/213 So.-Fr. Jake Hurcombe OL 6-3/302 So.-Fr. Mark Iannotti QB 6-2/218 Jr.-So. Darius Jackson* RB 6-0/215 So.-So. Kevin Johnson** DB 5-11/200 Jr.-Jr. Alex Jones DL 6-1/238 So.-Fr. Jay Jones* WR 5-10/181 Jr.-So. Quincy Jones* WR 6-3/209 So.-So. Kalonji Kashama*** DL 6-4/270 Sr.-Sr. Oliver Kathalay DB 5-11/177 Sr.-Jr. Ibe Kelechukwu LB 6-1/215 Jr.-So. Jacob King WR 6-1/185 Fr.-Fr. Sean Kurtz* LB 5-11/224 Sr.-Sr. Juwan Lewis RB 5-10/218 So.-Fr. Travis Linser* DL 6-4/288 Jr.-Jr. Alex Long WR 5-9/184 Jr.-So. Hunter Matt* LB 6-1/225 So.-So. Cy Maughmer* DL 6-2/278 Jr.-Jr. Orlando McCord** OL 6-3/310 Sr.-Sr. Bobby McFadden** OL 6-7/303 Sr.-Jr. Omar McFarlane* DL 6-1/250 Jr.-So. Darian Miles OL 6-1/307 Jr.-So. Dylan Mulder* PK 6-0/186 So.-So.

Hometown Crozier, Va. Elkhart, Ind. Lansing, Mich. Ogdensburg, N.Y. Fairview Heights, Ill. Detroit, Mich. Los Angeles, Calif. Park Ridge, Ill. Eagleville, Pa. Indianapolis, Ind. Detroit, Mich. Sandusky, Ohio Wai`anae, Oahu, Hawai’i Chester Springs, Pa. Beachwood, Ohio Lansing, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Los Alamito, Calif. Maywood, Ill. Seattle, Wash. Industry, Pa. Ann Arbor, Mich. East Jackson, Mich. Indianapolis, Ind. Kettering, Ohio Southfield, Mich. Zanesville, Ohio Batavia, Ill. Cleveland, Ohio Washington, D.C. West Palm Beach, Fla. Omaha, Neb. Cleveland, Ohio Dexter, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Lincolnshire, Ill. Schaumburg, Ill. Sparta, Ill. McKeesport, Pa. Maple Height, Ohio Palm Coast, Fla. Cleveland, Ohio Brampton, Ont., Canada Mississauga, Ont., Canada Hanover, Md. East Cleveland, Ohio Anaheim, Calif. Muskegon, Mich. Glendale, Ariz. West Bloomfield, Mich. Wyandotte, Mich. Glendale, Ariz. Detroit, Mich. Flint, Mich. Miami, Fla. Southfield, Mich. Saline, Mich.

No. Name Pos. Ht./Wt. Yr. 52 Pat O’Connor* DL 6-4/272 So.-So. 58 Chris O’Risky LS 6-0/215 Fr.-Fr. 82 Derek Owings TE 6-4/238 So.-Fr. 33 Daquan Pace CB 5-9/165 Fr.-Fr. 73 Garrett Parker OL 6-5/300 Jr.-So. 99 Arron Pipkins* DT 6-1/270 So.-So. 91 Deshai Powell DL 6-2/245 Fr.-Fr. 74 Matt Price* DL 6-2/259 Sr.-Sr. 18 David Pulliam DB 6-0/200 Fr.-Fr. 2 Demarius Reed** WR 5-10/161 Jr.-Jr. 65 Brendan Renius PK 6-2/224 So.-Fr. 92 Jacob Rich DL 6-2/238 Sr.-Jr. 4 Brogan Roback QB 6-3/185 Fr.-Fr. 45 Lavonte Robinson LB 5-10/225 Fr.-Fr. 89 Gabe Rodriguez DL /230 88 Tyreese Russell** TE 6-3/242 Jr.-Jr. 1 Darius Scott** DB 5-8/160 Jr.-Jr. 17 Donald Scott*** WR 6-0/185 Sr.-Sr. 15 Julius Shelby* WR 6-4/200 Sr.-Jr. 16 Mike Simpson QB 6-2/195 Fr.-Fr. 69 Shawn Sinawe DL/OL 6-3/305 Sr.-Sr. 19 Ike Spearman* LB 6-1/220 So.-So. 51 Mike Steals DL 6-5/259 So.-Fr. 80 Austin Stone WR 6-1/185 Fr.-Fr. 8 Kris Strange* DB 5-11/178 Jr.-So. 26 Mycal Swaim* DB 6-4/212 Sr.-Sr. 25 Mario Swann DB 6-2/205 Fr.-Fr. 71 Darien Terrell OL 6-3/332 So.-Fr. 97 Kevin Thomas DL 6-1/275 Jr..-So. 98 Joe Thompson DL 57 Matt Thornton OL 6-4/305 So.-Fr. 31 Ray Tillman WR 5-11/183 Jr.-So. 85 Jeff Walker WR 6-4/190 Sr.-Jr. 47 Derric Williams LB 6-2/210 Fr.-Fr. 29 Jalen Williams DB 5-11/194 Jr.-So. 72 Andrew Wylie OL 6-5/297 So.-Fr. 43 Anthony Zappone LB 6-1/235 So.-Fr. *Letters won

Hometown Chicago, Ill. Poseyville, Ind. Saline, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Tinley Park, Ill. Maple Heights, Ohio Indianapolis, Ind. Saline, Mich. Philadelphia, Pa. Chicago, Ill. Lambertville, Mich. Painesville, Ohio Maumee, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Melrose Park, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Apopka, Fla. Bellwood, Ill. Trotwood, Ohio Ann Arbor, Mich. Saint John, Ind. North Braddock, Pa. Palmyra, Va. Pickerington, Ohio Chico, Calif. Greenwood, Ind. Canton, Ohio Auburn Hills, Mich. Owosso, Mich. Aubrun Hills, Mich. Akron, Ohio Lake Orion, Mich. Southfield, Mich. Midland, Mich. Westlake, Ohio

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EASTERN MICHIGAN EAGLES COACHING INFORMATION/STADIUM FACTS Coaches Information

Head Coach:..................................................................................................................................................................Ron English (Fifth Season) Alma Mater:.........................................................................................................................................................................................California, ‘90 Hometown:......................................................................................................................................................................................... Pomona, Calif. Overall Record:.........................................................................................................................................................................10-38 (Fifth Season) School Record:...........................................................................................................................................................................10-38 (Fifth Season) MAC Record:................................................................................................................................................................................7-25 (Fifth Season)

Previous Coaching Experience

Mt. San Antonio College.................................................................................................................................................. Defensive Backs (1993) Arizona State..........................................................................................................................................................Graduate Assistant (1994-95) Northern Arizona......................................................................................................................Defensive Backs (1996 -- Spring season only) San Diego State............................................................................................................................................................Defensive Backs (1996-97) Arizona State.......................................................................................................................................................................... Secondary (1998-02) Michigan............................................................................................................... Defensive Coordinator (2006-07); Secondary (2003-05) Louisville..................................................................................................................................................................Defensive Coordinator (2008)

English’s Year-By-Year

Year School Overall Conference Bowl 2009 Eastern Michigan 0-12 0-8/6th West -2010 Eastern Michigan 2-10 2-6/t-5th West -vs. Akron................................................. 1-1 2011 Eastern Michigan 6-6 4-4/t-4th West -Eastern Michigan 2-10 1-7/6th West -vs. Ball State......................................... 1-3 2012 Eastern Michigan (4 Years) 10-38 7-25 (MAC) -vs. Bowling Green................................0-1 Totals vs. Buffalo.............................................2-0 vs. Central Michigan........................... 1-3 Assistant Coaches vs. Kent State.......................................0-3 Stan Parrish, Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks.............................................................................................................. Heidelberg, ‘69 vs. Miami................................................0-1 Tom Burpee, Tight Ends Coach......................................................................................................................................................Michigan, ‘05 vs. Northern Illinois.............................0-4 Doug Downing, Recruiting Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach...............................................................................................Purdue, ‘88 vs. Ohio..................................................0-2 Ken Delgado, Defensive Line Coach.................................................................................................................................... San Jose State, ‘85 vs. Temple..............................................0-1 Mike Hart, Running Backs Coach.................................................................................................................................................. Michigan, ‘07 vs. Toledo..............................................0-4 Ryan Oshnock, Special Teams Coach................................................................................................................................... Wayne State, ‘06 KiJuan Ware, Secondary Coach....................................................................................................................................................Springfield, ‘97 vs. Western Michigan......................... 2-2 Brad Wilson, Offensive Line Coach...............................................................................................................................................Ball State, ‘06

English vs. The MAC

EMU All-Time Coaching Records

Years Coach Seasons Record 1891 James M. Swift 1 0-2 1892 Deane W. Kelley 1 2-1 1893 Ernest Goodrich 1 4-2 1894 Verne S. Bennett 1 5-2 1895 Marcus Cutler 1 3-3 1896 Fred Green 1 4-1 1897 A. Bird Glaspie 1 2-3 1898 Enoch C. Thorne 1 1-5-2 1899 Dwight Watson 1 1-1-1 1900-02 Clayton T. Teetzel 3 4-14-1 1903 Hunter Forest 1 4-4-0 1904-05 Daniel H. Lawrence 2 10-6-0 1906-08 Henry F. Schulte 3 9-6-1 1909 Clare Hunter 1 2-4-0 1910 Curry Hicks 1 0-5-1 1911 Dwight Wilson 1 3-4-0 1912-13 Leroy Brown 2 6-5-2 1914 Dr. Thomas Ransom 1 3-2-1 1915-16 Elmer C. Mitchell 2 5-4-2 1917 Elton J. Rynearson 1 3-4 1918 Lynn Bell 1 1-2 1919-20 Elton J. Rynearson 2 10-4-1 1921-22 Joseph McCulloch 2 6-5-2 1923-24 James Brown 2 4-10-2 1925-48 Elton J. Rynearson 23 101-50-14 1949-51 Harry Ockerman 3 7-19 1952-64 Fred Trosko 13 50-56-4 1965-66 Jerry Raymond 2 8-7-2 1967-73 Dan Boisture 7 45-20-3 1974-75 George Mans 2 8-12-1 1976-77 Ed Chlebek 2 10-12 1978-82 Mike Stock 5 6-38-1 1982 Bob LaPointe (8g) 1 1-6-1 1983-92 Jim Harkema 10 41-57-5 1992 Jan Quarless (7g) 1 1-6 1993-94 Ron Cooper 2 9-13 1995-99 Rick Rasnick 5 20-34 1999 Tony Lombardi (1g) 1 0-1 2000-03 Jeff Woodruff 4 9-34 2003 Al Lavan (3g) 1 2-1 2004-08 Jeff Genyk 5 16-42 2009-12 Ron English 4 10-38 Totals 121 436-545-47

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Pct. .000 .667 .667 .714 .500 .800 .400 .250 .500 .236 .500 .571 .594 .333 .083 .429 .462 .500 .455 .429 .333 .700 .462 .250 .655 .269 .455 .529 .662 .381 .478 .127 .188 .422 .143 .409 .370 .000 .209 .667 .276 .208 .447

Rynearson Stadium Capacity:................................................................................................................................................30,200 Surface:................................................................................................................................................FieldTurf First Season in Stadium:.......................................................................................................................... 1969 Record in Stadium:..............................................................................................................................97-111-5 Largest Home Crowd:..................................................................... 26,188 vs. Central Michigan (2008) Largest Season Home Attendance:................................................................................... 94,756 (2008)

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EASTERN MICHIGAN EAGLES Year-By-Year Record/Bowl Records Year Coach

1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 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 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956

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James M. Swift Deane W. Kelly Ernest P. Goodrich Verne S. Bennett Marcus D. Cutler Fred W. Green A. Bird Glaspie Enoch C. Thorne Dwight G. Watson Clayton T. Teetzel Clayton T. Teetzel Clayton T. Teetzel Hunter Forest Daniel H. Lawrence Daniel H. Lawrence Henry F. Schulte Henry F. Schulte Henry F. Schulte Clare S. Hunter Curry S. Hicks Dwight L. Wilson Leroy M. Brown Leroy M. Brown Dr. Thomas Ransom Elmer D. Mitchell Elmer D. Mitchell Elton J. Runearson Lynn Bell Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Joseph McCulloch Joseph McCulloch James M. Brown James M. Brown Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson No Varsity Team Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Elton J. Rynearson Harry N. Ockerman Harry N. Ockerman Harry N. Ockerman Fred D. Trosko Fred D. Trosko Fred D. Trosko Fred D. Trosko Fred D. Trosko

MAC Finish Overall -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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

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

Bowl

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Year Coach

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 2011 2012

MAC Finish Overall

Fred D. Trosko -- Fred D. Trosko -- Fred D. Trosko -- Fred D. Trosko -- Fred D. Trosko -- Fred D. Trosko -- Fred D. Trosko -- Fred D. Trosko -- Jerry Raymond -- Jerry Raymond -- Dan Boisture -- Dan Boisture -- Dan Boisture -- Dan Boisture -- Dan Boisture -- Dan Boisture -- Dan Boisture -- George Mans -- George Mans -- Ed Chlebek 1-5 Ed Chlebek 4-3 Mike Stock 1-5 Mike Stock 1-6-1 Mike Stock 1-7 Mike Stock 0-9 Stock/Bob LaPointe 1-7-1 Jim Harkema 0-9 Jim Harkema 2-5-2 Jim Harkema 3-6 Jim Harkema 4-4 Jim Harkema 7-1 Jim Harkema 5-2-1 Jim Harkema 6-2 Jim Harkema 2-6 Jim Harkema 3-4-1 Harkema/Jan Quarless 1-7 Ron Cooper 3-5 Ron Cooper 5-4 Rick Rasnick 5-3 Rick Rasnick 3-5 Rick Rasnick 3-5 Rick Rasnick 3-5 Rasnick/Tony Lombardi 4-4 Jeff Woodruff 2-3 Jeff Woodruff 1-6 Jeff Woodruff 1-7 Jeff Woodruff/Al Lavan 2-6 Jeff Genyk 4-4 Jeff Genyk 3-5 Jeff Genyk 1-7 Jeff Genyk 3-4 Jeff Genyk 2-6 Ron English 0-8 Ron English 2-6 Ron English 4-4 Ron English 1-7

Date 12/11/71 12/12/87

Bowl

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6-3 4-5 1-7 0-8-1 0-8-1 2-5 2-6 4-3 3-4-1 5-3-1 6-3-0 8-2 5-4 7-2-1 7-1-2 6-4 6-4 4-6-1 4-6 2-9 8-3 3-7 2-8-1 1-9 0-11 1-9-1 1-10 2-7-2 4-7 6-5 10-2 6-3-1 7-3-1 2-9 3-7-1 1-10 4-7 5-6 6-5 3-8 4-7 3-8 4-7 3-8 2-9 3-9 3-9 4-7 4-7 1-11 4-8 3-9 0-12 2-10 6-6 2-10

Bowl Results (1-1-0)

Pioneer California Raisin

Opponent

Louisiana Tech San Jose State

Bowl

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Result

L, 3-14 W, 30-27

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EASTERN MICHIGAN EAGLES EASTERN MICHIGAN SCHOOL RECORDS Game

Individual

Total Offense............................................................................ 554, Andy Schmitt vs. Central Michigan (2008) Yards Rushing..............................................................................291, Larry Ratcliff vs. Eastern Kentucky (1971) Rushing Attempts....................................................................................... 43, Anthony Sherrell (2003 -- twice) Yards Passing............................................................................516, Andy Schmitt vs. Central Michigan (2008) Pass Attempts............................................................................80, Andy Schmitt vs. Central Michigan (2008) Pass Completions.........................................................................58, Andy Scmitt vs. Central Michigan (2008) Yards Receiving..........................................................................241, Ontario Prior vs. Central Michigan (1996) Receptions......................................................................................... 23, Tyler Jones vs. Central Michigan (2008)

Season

Total Offense..................................................................................................................3,390, Charlie Batch (1997) Yards Rushing...........................................................................................................1,531, Anthony Sherrell (2003) Rushing Attempts..................................................................................................... 338, Anthony Sherrell (2003) Rushing Touchdowns.............................................................................................................15, Ime Akpan (2002) Yards Passing................................................................................................................. 3,280, Charlie Batch (1997) Pass Attempts...........................................................................434, Charlie Batch (1997); Matt Bohnet (2004) Pass Completions..............................................................................................................247, Charlie Batch (1997) Touchdown Passes.............................................................................................................. 23, Charlie Batch (1997) Yards Receiving..............................................................................................................1,368, Kevin Walter (2002) Receptions............................................................................................................................93, Kevin Walter (2002) Touchdown Catches....................................................................................................... 13, Eric Deslauriers (2004) Interceptions...........................................................................................................................12, Bob Navarro (1989) Points.............................................................................................................................. 95, Andrew Wellock (2004)

Career

Total Offense8....................................................................................................... 8,628, Walter Church (1996-00) Yards Rushing.............................................................................................................3,497, Gary Patton (1984-87) Rushing Attempts........................................................................................................ 702, Gary Patton (1984-87) Rushing Touchdowns..............................................26, Gary Patton (1984-87); Anthony Sherrell (2002-05) Yards Passing.........................................................................................................9,142, Walter Church (1996-00) Pass Attempts.........................................................................................................1,441, Walter Church (1996-00) Pass Completions.................................................................................................... 807, Walter Church (1996-00) Touchdown Passes........................................................................................................53, Charlie Batch (1994-97) Yards Receiving..................................................................................................3,250, Eric Deslauriers (2003-06) Receptions............................................................................................................... 248, Eric Deslauriers (2003-06) Touchdown Catches................................................................................................27, Eric Deslauriers (2003-06) Points..................................................................................................................... 299, Andrew Wellock (2003-06)

Game

Team

Points ............................................................................................................................. 65, vs. Eastern Illinois (1956) Total Offense.............................................................................................................. 637, vs. Indiana State (2008) Yards Rushing...............................................................................................410, vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee (1970) Yards Passing....................................................................................................... 516, vs. Central Michigan (2008) First Downs..............................................................................................................38, vs. Central Michigan (2008) Rushing Defense..................................................................................................................18, vs. John Carrol (1966) Passing Defense.........................................................................................................................17, vs. Northern Illinois (1979)

Season

Points...............................................................................................................................................................363, (1995) Total Offense............................................................................................................................................5,010, (2008) Yards Rushing.............................................................................................................................................2,701, (1987) Yards Passing.............................................................................................................................................3,323, (1995) First Downs................................................................................................................................................... 276, (2008) Fewest Points Allowed..............................................................................................................6, (1925 -- 8 games) Total Defense............................................................................................................................................. 1,652, (1966) Rushing Defense...........................................................................................................................................739, (1966) Passing Defense............................................................................................................................................547, (1966) Consecutive Wins......................................................................................... 13 games -- twice (1926-27, 1970-71)

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Eastern Michigan Career Leaders Total Offense

1.................................................................. 8,628, Walter Church (1996-00) 2. ....................................................................7,715, Charlie Batch (1994-97) 3..................................................................6,745, Andy Schmitt (2006-09) 4.........................................................................6,577, Alex Gillett (2009-12) 5........................................................................ 5,259, Ron Adams (1984-87) 6....................................................................4,988, Matt Bohnet (2004-05) 7..................................................................3,558, Steve Raklovits (1973-77) 8.......................................................................3,547, Gary Patton (1984-87) 9............................................................................3,455 Scott Davis (1978-81) 10................................................................... 3,449, Tom Sullivan (1986-89)

Passing Yards

1...................................................................9,142, Walter Church (1996-00) 2. .................................................................. 7,592, Charlie Batch (1994-97) 3..................................................................5,867, Andy Schmitt (2006-09) 4....................................................................4,988, Matt Bohnet (2004-05) 5.........................................................................4,757, Ron Adams (1984-87) 6........................................................................ 4,448, Alex Gillett (2009-12) 7..................................................................... 3,647, Tom Sullivan (1986-89) 8................................................................... 3,552, Troy Edwards (1999-02) 9...........................................................................3,398, Scott Davis (1978-81) 10....................................................................3,242, Steve Coulter (1981-83)

Receiving Yards

1................................................................3,250, Eric Deslauriers (2003-06) 2. ...................................................................2,838, Kevin Walter (1999-02) 3...........................................................2,043, Jermaine Sheffield (1997-99) 4......................................................................1,851, Jacory Stone (2006-09) 5...........................................................................1,846, Steve Clay (1992-95) 6.............................................................................1,711, Tom Parm (1976-79) 7.......................................................... 1,548, Brandon Campbell (1996-99) 8.................................................................... 1,448, Ontario Pryor (1993-96) 9............................................................... 1.442, Chip Gooden (1968-70, 72) 10................................................................... 1,296, Derrin Powell (1983-84)

Rushing Yards

1........................................................................3,497, Gary Patton (1984-87) 2. ...............................................................3,234, Mike Strickland (1972-74) 3.............................................................2,888, Anthony Sherrell (2002-05) 4...................................................................... 2,848, Larry Ratcliff (1969-71) 5.................................................................. 2,665, Ricky Calhoun (1980-83) 6.................................................................2,595, Bobby Windom (1975-77) 7.........................................................................2,388, Alex Gillett (2009-12) 8..............................................................2,167, Stephen Whitfield (1991-94) 9..................................................................2,147, Savon Edwards (1994-97) 10.............................................................. 2,003, Dwayne Priest (2007-10)

Receptions

1................................................................... 248, Eric Deslauriers (2003-06) 2. ........................................................................211, Kevin Walter (1999-02) 3........................................................................180, Jacory Stone (2006-09) 4.....................................................................135, Savon Edwards (1994-97) 5.............................................................................. 133, Steve Clay (1992-95) 6............................................................... 126, Jermaine Sheffield (1997-99) 7................................................................... 124, Kenny Christian (1996-00) 8..........................................................................110, A.J. Bennett (2002-05) 9............................................................................107, Tyler Jones (2004-08) 10...........................................................105, Brandon Campbell (1996-99)

Scoring

1................................................................ 299, Andrew Wellock (2003-06) 2. .................................................................... 239, Justin Ventura (1995-98) 3..................................................................206, Tim Henneghan (1986-89) 4....................................................................... 186, Gary Patton (1984-1987) t5........................................................................ 168, Toller Starnes (1998-01) t5............................................................... 168, Anthony Sherrell (2002-05) t5.................................................................. 168, Eric Deslauriers (2003-06) 8.......................................................................... 156, Larry Ratcliff (1969-71) 9........................................................................150, Kerry Keating (1954-57) 10............................................................................ 138, Bob Foster (1986-88)

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NORTHERN ILLINOIS HUSKIES

Northern Illinois senior quarterback Jordan Lynch

Douglas D. Baker President

NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY

Location: .............................................................................................................. DeKalb, Ill. President:.................................................................................................. Douglas D. Baker Director of Athletics:........................................................................................Sean Frazier Head Coach:................................................................................Rod Carey (Indiana ‘94) Faculty Representative:.................................................................................... Matt Streb Enrollment:...................................................................................................................22,990 Founded:............................................................................................................................1895 Nickname:....................................................................................................................Huskies Colors:........................................................................................ Cardinal (200) and Black Stadium: (Capacity):............................ Brigham Field at Huskie Stadium (24,000) Website:.............................................................................................. www.niuhuskies.com

Sean Frazier Director of Athletics

TEAM FACTS

Offense:....................................................................................................................... Multiple Defense:................................................................................................................................4-3 2012 Record:...................................................................................................................... 12-2 2012 Conference Record/Finish:..................................................................... 8-0/1st West Last Bowl Appearance:...................................................Discover Orange Bowl (2013) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.....................................................................................55/16 Starters Returning/Lost:.................................................................................................. 16/11 All-Time Record:.................................................................................................. 535-465-51 All-Time MAC Record:............................................................................................ 117-90-2 MAC Championships/Last:.........................................................................................3/2012

Rod Carey Head Coach

SPORTS INFORMATION

Football Contact:.......................................................................................... Donna Turner Office Phone:.......................................................................................................815.753.9513 Cell Phone:..........................................................................................................815.793.5474 E-Mail:............................................................................................... donnaturner@niu.edu Huskie Stadium Pressbox:............................................................ 815.753.0609 or 0630

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Donna Turner 2013 MAC Football Record Book Sports Information


NORTHERN ILLINOIS HUSKIES TEAM INFORMATION 2013 Schedule

Date Opponent Sat., Aug. 31 at Iowa Sat., Sept. 14 at Idaho Sat., Sept. 21 Eastern Illinois Sat., Sept. 28 at Purdue Sat., Oct. 5 *at Kent State Sat., Oct. 12 *Akron Sat., Oct. 19 *at Central Michigan Sat., Oct. 26 *Eastern Michigan Sat., Nov. 2 *at UMass Wed., Nov. 13 *Ball State Wed., Nov. 20 *at Toledo Tue., Nov. 26 *Western Michigan *Mid-American Conference game

Primary Media Outlets NIU Media Relations

Football Contact: Donna Turner 209 Convocation Center 1525 West Lincoln Highway DeKalb, IL, 60115 Phone: 815.753.9513 donnaturner@niu.edu

Newspaper

The Daily Chronicle Beat Writer: Steve Nitz P.O. Box 587 DeKalb, IL 60115 Phone: 815.558.0660 snitz@shawmedia.com The Daily Herald 155 E. Algonquin Rd. Arlington Heights, IL 60005 Phone: 847.427.4455 sports@dailyherald.com Rockford Register Star Beat Writer: Jay Taft 99 E. State St. Rockford, IL 61104 Phone: 815.987.1203 jtaft@rrstar.com Chicago Tribune Beat Writer: Fred Mitchell 435 N. Michigan Ave. Chicago, IL 60611 312-222-3478 kick3485@aol.com Sun Times Media Beat Writer: Rick Armstrong 815-761-8610 rarmstrong@stmedianetwork.com

Radio

Huskie Radio Network Play-by-Play: Bill Baker (630-212-8685) niuradioguy@comcast.net Color: Mark Lindo (630-420-6491) minn11@aol.com

Television

Comcast SportsNet Sports Producer: Joe Collins 350 N. Orleans St. Suite S1-100 Chicago, IL 60654 Phone: 312.222.6090 jcollins@comcastsportsnet.com WIFR-TV (CBS-23) Sports Director: Scott Grodsky P.O. Box 123 Rockford, IL 61105 Phone: 815 987 5330 sports@wifr.com WREX-TV (NBC-13) Sports Director: Derek Bayne P.O. Box 530 Rockford, IL 61105 Phone: 815 335 7854 dbayne@wrex.com WTVO-TV (ABC-17) Sports Director: Scott Leber P.O. Box 470 Rockford, IL 61105 Phone: 815 963 2773 sports@wtvo.com

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Time 3:30 pm ET/2:30 pm CT 5:00 pm ET/4:00 pm CT 7:00 pm ET/6:00 pm CT Noon ET/11:00 am CT 3:30 pm ET/2:30 pm CT 5:00 pm ET/4:00 pm CT 3:00 pm ET/2:00 pm CT 3:30 pm ET/2:30 pm CT Noon ET/11:00 am CT 8:00 pm ET/7:00 pm CT 8:00 pm ET/7:00 pm CT 7:00 pm ET/6:00 pm CT

Pos.

Ryan Brown Aidan Conlon Akeem Daniels Luke Eakes Tyler Loos Jordan Lynch Andrew Ness Jared Volk

OT OG TB TE OT QB C OG

Defense (5)

Pos.

Specialists (3)

Pos.

Jamaal Bass Ken Bishop Dechane Durante Marlon Moore Jimmie Ward

LB DT S DB S

Brian Mayer Mathew Sims Tyler Wedel

LS K KO

Starters Lost (11) Offense (3)

Pos.

Defense (7)

Pos.

Perez Ashford Martel Moore Jason Schepler

Alan Baxter Tyrone Clark Victor Jacques Nabal Jefferson Rashaan Melvin Sean Progar Demetrius Stone

Specialists (1) Ryan Neir

Date September 1 September 8 September 15 September 22 September 29 October 6 October 13 October 20 October 27 November 3 November 14 November 23 November 30 January 1

WR WR TE DE LB LB NG DB DE DB

Pos. P

Series Iowa leads 8-0 Series tied 3-3 NIU leads 25-10-1 NIU leads 1-0 NIU leads 17-7 NIU leads 8-5 CMU leads 25-22-1 NIU leads 27-14-2 NIU leads 1-0 BSU leads 20-18-2 Toledo leads 29-11 WMU leads 23-15

2013 Squad Breakdown

Starters Returning (16) Offense (8)

Television Big Ten Network TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA CSN Chicago ESPN Regional ESPN2/ESPNU ESPN2 ESPN2

2012 Statistics

Started 13 games at tackle (10 at RT; 3 at LT) last season Started all 14 games at right guard last season Played in all 14 games, 68 carries for 447 yards and 9 TDs Started 11 games last season, 8 rec., 268 yds. Started 11 games at left tackle last season 1,815 yds rushing; 19 rushing TDs; 237-394 passing; 3,138 yds., 25 passing TDs Started all 14 games at center last season Started 13 games at left guard last season

2012 Statistics

83 tackles, 6.0 tfl, 1 INT, 1 forced fumble, 1 passes defensed 55 tackles, 9.5 tfl, 2.0 sacks, 2 passes defensed 38 tackles, 1.5 tfl, 1 INT, 3 forced fumbles 39 tackles, 1.0 tfl, 2 INT, 6 passes defensed 104 tackles, 1.0 tfl, 3 INT, 1 forced fumble, 14 passes defensed

2012 Statistics

Two-year starter; played in 14 games last season 15-19 FGs; 67-68 PATs; 118 points 96 kickoffs, 5,663 yds., 59.0 avg., 32 touchbacks

2012 Statistics

Played in 9 games; 34 rec., 373 yds., 1 TD Started all 14 games; 75 rec., 1,083 yds., 13 TDs Played in all 14 games with 12 starts; 3 rec., 65 yds., 1 TD

2012 Statistics

60 tackles, 11.5 tfl, 9.5 sacks, 2 passes defensed 86 tackles, 10.0 tfl, 1 INT, 1 forced fumble, 7 passes defensed 47 tackles, 2.0 tfl, 1 pass defensed 58 tackles, 6.5 tfl, 1.0 sack, 2 passes defensed 55 tackles, 1.5 tfl, 1 INT, 1 forced fumble, 18 passes defensed 49 tackles, 10.5 tfl, 8.5 sacks, 1 INT, 2 passes defensed, 2 forced fumbles 77 tackles, 1.0 tfl, 2 INT, 7 passes defensed, 3 rec. fumbles

2012 Statistics

51 punts, 1,944 yds., 38.1 avg., long of 55 yds., 24 In20

2012 Results (12-2, 8-0 MAC)

Opponent Score Total Off. Iowa (Soldier Field) L, 17-18 201 Tennessee-Martin W, 35-7 427 at Army W, 41-40 515 Kansas W, 30-23 455 *Central Michigan W, 55-24 622 *at Ball State W, 35-23 509 *Buffalo W, 45-3 460 *at Akron W, 37-7 528 *at Western Michigan W, 48-34 453 *UMass W, 63-0 610 *Toledo W, 31-24 596 *at Eastern Michigan W, 49-7 415 vs. Kent St. (Championship) W, 44-37 (2OT) 524 vs. Florida State (Disover Orange Bowl) L, 10-31 259

Total Def. 268 346 494 329 462 563 337 199 489 267 396 227 260 534

Att. 52,117 16,010 30,176 18,374 16,292 11,238 14,419 7,074 12,974 11,114 17,813 1,349 18,132 72,073

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NORTHERN ILLINOIS HUSKIES ROSTER INFORMATION No. 21 11 51 64 53 6 66 82 93 28 25 12 98 11 75 86 31 4 68 78 76 56 16 54 61 48 42 58 3 1 19 83 2 5 8 35 44 59 81 17 94 50 12 20 17 41 95 57 89 74 23 62 96 16 92 18 79 90 9 10 63 29 75 6 80 72 37

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Name Pos. Ht./Wt. Yr. Jackson Abresch DB 6-1/185 Fr. Mycial Allen DB 5-11/183 Fr. Zach Anderson DT 6-1/300 Sr.-RS Sal Arceo OL 6-1/292 Fr.-RS Matthew Baltimore DE 6-3/230 Fr.-RS Jamaal Bass LB 5-10/225 Jr.-RS Matt Battaglia OL 6-3/287 Sr.-RS Chad Beebe WR 5-9/165 Fr. Ken Bishop DT 6-1/308 Sr. Joel Bouagnon RB 6-2/225 Fr. Giorgio Bowers RB 5-8/218 Jr.-RS Josh Brebant K/P 6-0/195 Fr. Cal Breedlove DT Juwan Brescacin WR 6-4/219 So.-RS Tate Briggs OL 6-4/297 Fr. Jacob Brinlee WR 5-9/185 So. Anthony Brooks CB 5-11/175 Fr.-RS Da’Ron Brown WR 6-0/194 Jr.-RS Ron Brown OL 6-3/377 Fr.-RS Ryan Brown OL 6-6/283 Jr.-RS Nick Calhoun OL 6-5/308 Fr. Brian Canoy DL 6-5/280 Fr. Nick Cieslak QB 6-3/170 Fr. Cameron Clinton-Earl DE 6-1/244 So.-RS Aidan Conlon OL 6-3/287 So.-RS Ricky Connors FB 6-1/246 Jr.-RS Justin Corbett DB 6-2/205 Fr. Mike Cotton LB 6-1/224 So. Akeem Daniels RB 5-7/184 Sr. Dechane Durante DB 6-2/196 Jr.-RS Johnny Eagan WR 6-0/200 Fr.-RS Luke Eakes TE 6-3/250 Jr.-RS Sean Evans CB 5-10/174 Sr.-RS Jhony Faustin CB 5-8/174 Sr. Ladell Fleming LB 6-0/194 Fr.-RS Sean Folliard LB 6-2/205 Fr. Perez Ford DE 6-0/218 So. Michael Gegner C 6-3/283 Jr.-RS Clayton Glasper WR 6-4/202 Fr.-RS Zach Grant WR 5-11/191 So. Donovan Gordon DT 6-0/275 Jr.-RS Ryan Gorrell LB 6-1/225 Jr.-RS Drew Hare QB 6-1/200 Fr.-RS Keith Harris, Jr. RB 5-8/181 So. Marckie Hayes CB 5-8/176 Jr.-RS Cody Hazelett LB 6-2/198 Fr.-RS Jake Heckel TE 6-4/235 Fr. Cornelius Henry DT 6-0/250 Jr.-RS Blake Holder WR 6-2/195 Fr. Lincoln Howard OL 6-5/285 Fr.-RS Jordan Huff RB 5-11/205 Fr. Patrick Husain OL 6-7/309 Jr.-RS Michael Ippolito DT 6-3/259 Fr.-RS Charles Ivory DB 6-0/161 Fr.-RS Mario Jones DT 6-0/275 Fr.-RS Bobby Jones IV LB 6-0/210 Fr. Matt Krempel OL 6-5/307 Sr.-RS William Lee DL 6-2/280 Fr. Rasheen Lemon LB 6-0/206 So.-RS Tommylee Lewis WR 5-7/155 Jr. Larry Lloyd DE 6-0/244 Jr.-RS Paris Logan CB 5-9/179 So.-RS Tyler Loos OL 6-5/282 Jr.-RS Jordan Lynch QB 6-0/216 Sr.-RS Devonte’ Majors WR 6-1/237 So.-RS Ben Maruska OL 6-5/290 Fr. Desroy Maxwell TE 6-2/245 So.

Hometown Hartland, WI Detroit, MI Ladysmith, WI Chicago, IL Overland Park, KS Miramar, FL Chicago, IL Aurora, IL Lauderhill, FL Aurora, IL Olympia Fields, IL Akron, OH Mississauga, Ont., Canada Naperville, IL Lake Zurich, IL Detroit, MI Chicago, IL Detroit, MI Elburn, IL Oshkosh, WI Chicago, IL Waukesha, WI Milwaukee, WI Flossmoor, IL Powder Springs, GA East Frankfort, IL O’Fallon, IL Kissimmee, FL Charlotte, NC Wautoma, WI St. Marys, KS Ft. Walton Beach, FL Naples, FL Chicago, IL Crystal Lake, IL Romeoville, IL Indianapolis, IN Peoria, IL Springfield, IL Kansas City, MO Westchester, IL O’Fallon, MO Chicago, IL Sycamore, IL Inver Grove Heights, MN Waukesha, WI Chicago, IL Streamwood, IL Osceola, WI Mobile, AL Evanston, IL Naperville, IL Vero Beach, FL Chicago, IL Miami Gardens, FL Columbus, IN Indianapolis, IN Chicago, IL Riviera Beach, FL Chicago, IL Columbia, MO Sterling, IL Chicago, IL O’Fallon, MO Fond Du Lac, WI Evanston, IL

No. 84 43 45 9 39 32 49 87 30 38 71 55 89 65 33 67 46 66 19 70 7 85 88 99 47 36 34 76 40 47 42 43 52 57 84 69 14 77 15 24 26 91 22 8 35 97 27

Name Pos. Ht./Wt. Yr. Brian Mayer LS 6-2/205 Jr.-RS Brandon Mayes DB 5-11/182 Fr. Boomer Mays LB 6-0/230 So.-RS Matt McIntosh QB 6-1/197 So.-RS Zeb McLaurin CB 5-11/180 Fr. Nate McNeal DB 5-10/171 Sr.-RS Jason Meehan DE 6-1/241 Jr. Malik Mitchell WR 6-4/181 Fr. Marlon Moore CB 5-9/180 So. Alex Morrow RB 5-8/194 Fr.-RS Levon Myers OL 6-5/267 Fr.-RS Andrew Ness OL 6-3/286 So.-RS Stephen O’Neal DE 6-3/235 Sr.-RS Wes Ott OL 6-3/281 Jr.-RS Jamaal Payton LB 6-0/210 Fr. Tyler Pitt OL 6-5/292 Jr.-RS George Rainey DE 6-2/222 Sr.-RS Bobby Ramlet LS 6-3/236 Fr.-RS Octavio Renteria QB Terrance Roby WR Josh Ruka OL 6-5/296 Fr.-RS Michael Santacaterina LB 5-10/210 Jr.-RS Angelo Sebastiano WR 6-0/205 So.-RS Tim Semisch TE 6-8/266 Jr.-RS Mathew Sims K 5-9/181 Sr. Austin Smaha LB 6-1/210 Fr. Draco Smith CB 5-9/185 Fr. James Spencer RB 5-8/181 Jr.-RS Brad Steger OL 6-6/346 Fr.-RS Ryan Stendler TE 6-4/250 Fr. Rob Sterling FB 5-10/231 Jr. Cameron Stingily RB 6-1/244 Jr.-RS Jess Striedl TE 6-1/221 Jr.-RS Cody Sullivan LB 6-0/215 Fr. Scott Taylor OL 6-2/295 Fr.-RS Kevin Tennenbaum TE 6-3/239 So.-RS Corey Thomas DT 6-2/308 Fr.-RS Aregeros Turner RB 5-11/170 Fr. Jared Volk OL 6-3/315 Sr.-RS Jimmie Ward S 5-11/192 Sr. Dominique Ware S 5-11/180 Sr.-RS Tyler Wedel P/K 5-11/186 Jr. Anthony Wells DT 6-3/276 Sr.-RS Jamison Wells WR 5-11/193 Sr.-RS Matt Williams QB 6-1/188 Fr.-RS Shane Wimann TE 6-4/225 Fr. Joe Windsor DE 6-0/236 Sr. Bobby Winkel LB 6-1/227 Jr.-RS

Hometown Orland Park, IL Aurora, IL Lawrence, KS Evansville, IN Chicago, IL Chicago, IL St. Louis, MO Alpharetta, GA Mobile, AL Streamwood, IL Franklin, WI O’Fallon, MO Park Forest, IL Western Springs, IL Bellwood, IL McRae, GA Milwaukee, WI Appleton, WI Greenfield, WI Geneva, IL Coconut Creek, FL Omaha, NE Hannibal, MO Belvidere, IL Hammond, IN Fremont, OH Rock Island, IL Mequon, WI Lansing, IL Romeoville, IL St. Charles, IL Chicago, IL Marengo, IL Buffalo Grove, IL Chicago, IL Copley, OH Hartland, WI Mobile, AL Bolingbrook, IL McFarland, WI North Chicago, IL Combined Locks, WI Geneva, IL Wisconsin Dells, WI Kearney, MO Batavia, IL

RS -- Has already used a redshirt season

2013 MAC Football Record Book


NORTHERN ILLINOIS HUSKIES COACHING INFORMATION/STADIUM FACTS Coaches Information

Head Coach:.....................................................................................................................................................................Rod Carey (First Season) Alma Mater:.......................................................................................................................................................................................... Indiana, 1994 Hometown:............................................................................................................................................................................................Madison, Wis. Overall Record:..............................................................................................................................................................................0-1 (First Season) School Record:................................................................................................................................................................................0-1 (First Season) MAC Record:..................................................................................................................................................................................0-0 (First Season)

Previous Coaching Experience

Minnesota.................................................................................................................................................................Graduate Assistant (1998-99) Wisconsin-Stout....................................................................................................Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Coach (2000-06) Illinois State............................................................................................................................................................... Offensive Line Coach (2007) North Dakota.................................................................................................................................................... Offensive Line Coach (2008-10) Northern Illinois.......................................................................................................................................................................Offensive Line (2011) Northern Illinois...................................................................................................................... Offensive Line/Run Game Coordinator (2012)

Carey’s Year-By-Year

Year 2012 Totals

Carey vs. The MAC

vs. Akron.............................................. 0-0 vs. Ball State....................................... 0-0 vs. Bowling Green.............................. 0-0 vs. Buffalo............................................ 0-0 vs. Central Michigan......................... 0-0 vs. Eastern Michigan......................... 0-0 vs. Kent State...................................... 0-0 vs. UMass.............................................. 0-0 vs. Miami.............................................. 0-0 vs. Ohio................................................. 0-0 vs. Toledo............................................. 0-0 vs. Western Michigan........................ 0-0

School Northern Illinois First Year

Overall 0-1 0-1 (.000)

Conference Bowl --/ -- Discover Orange Bowl, L 10-31 0-0 (.000) 0-1 (.000)

Assistant Coaches

Jay Niemann...................................................................................................................... Defensive Coordinator/Safeties (Iowa State, ‘83) Bob Cole....................................................................................................................... Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks (Widener, ‘82) Kelton Copeland.......................................................................................................Assistant Coach/Running Backs (Emporia State, ‘03) Brett Diersen........................................................................Assistant Coach/Defensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator (Huron, S.D., ‘98) Kevin Kane................................................................................ Assistant Coach/Linebackers/Special Teams Coordinator (Kansas, ‘07) Tim Polasek............................................................................................. Assistant Coach/Tight Ends & Fullbacks (Concordia, Wisc., ‘02) Kelvin Sigler...............................................................................................................................Assistant Coach/Cornerbacks (Alabama, ‘01) Joe Tripodi......................................................................................................................Assistant Coach/Offensive Line (Northwestern, ‘06) Thad Ward................................................................................................................ Assistant Coach/Wide Receivers (Central Florida, ‘01) Pat McAvoy.....................................................................................Offensive Graduate Assistant - Offensive Line (Northern Illinois, ‘11) Olaitan Oguntodu...........................................................................................Defensive Graduate Assistant - Linebackers (Kansas, ‘09) Nick Pesik............................................................................................................................................................... Offensive Graduate Assistant Jake Von Groll.........................................................................................................................Defensive Graduate Assitant - Defensive Line Brad Ohrt............................................................................................................Director of Sports Performance (Appalachian State, ‘94)

NIU All-Time Coaching Records

Years Coach Seasons Record 1899-03 John L. Keith 5 17-7-5 1904 Dixie Fleager 1 5-0 1905 Harry Sauthoff 1 3-1-1 1906-09 Nelson A. Kellogg 4 8-17-3 1910-16 William W. Wirtz 7 33-17-9 1917-19 No Teams (WWI) 1920-22 Paul Harrison 3 11-14-1 1923-25 William Muir 3 11-9-3 1926-28 Roland Cowell 3 6-11-3 1929-54 George Evans 26 132-70-20 1955 Robert Kahler 1 0-8-1 1956-68 Howard Fletcher 13 74-48-1 1969-70 Richard Urich 2 6-14 1971-75 Jerry Ippoliti 5 25-29-1 1976-79 Pat Culpepper 4 14-29-1 1980-83 Bill Mallory 4 25-19 1984 Lee Corso 1 4-6-1 1985-90 Jerry Pettibone 6 33-32-1 1991-95 Charlie Sadler 5 18-37-0 1996-07 Joe Novak 12 63-76 2008-10 Jerry Kill 3 23-16 2010 Tom Matukewicz 1-0 2011-12 Dave Doeren 2 23-4 2013 Rod Carey 0-1 Totals 111 535-465-51

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Pct. .672 1.000 .700 .339 .636

.442 .543 .375 .640 .056 .606 .300 .464 .330 .569 .409 .508 .327 .453 .696 1.000 .852 .000 .533

Brigham Field at Huskie Stadium Capacity:................................................................................................................................................24,000 Surface:................................................................................................................................................FieldTurf First Season in Stadium:...........................................................................................................................1965 Record in Stadium:............................................................................................................................152-97-2 Largest Huskie Stadium Crowd:.................................................28,221 vs. Western Michigan (2003) Largest Season Home Attendance:.................................................................................165,026 (2003)

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NORTHERN ILLINOIS HUSKIES Year-By-Year Record/Bowl Records Year Coach

1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 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 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968

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John L Keith John L Keith John L Keith John L Keith John L Keith Dixie Fleager Harry Suthoff Nelson A. Kellogg Nelson A. Kellogg Nelson A. Kellogg Nelson A. Kellogg William W. Wirtz William W. Wirtz William W. Wirtz William W. Wirtz William W. Wirtz William W. Wirtz William W. Wirtz No Team (WWI) No Team (WWI) No Team (WWI) Paul Harrison Paul Harrison Paul Harrison William Muir William Muir William Muir Roland Cowell Roland Cowell Roland Cowell George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans George Evans Robert Kahler Howard Fletcher Howard Fletcher Howard Fletcher Howard Fletcher Howard Fletcher Howard Fletcher Howard Fletcher Howard Fletcher Howard Fletcher Howard Fletcher Howard Fletcher Howard Fletcher Howard Fletcher

MAC Finish Overall -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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

Bowl

-----------------------------------------------Turkey Refrigerator --------------Mineral Water Mineral Water ------

Year Coach

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 2011 2012

MAC Finish Overall

Richard Urich -- -- Richard Urich -- -- Jerry Ippoliti -- -- Jerry Ippoliti -- -- Jerry Ippoliti -- -- Jerry Ippoliti -- -- Jerry Ippoliti -- 2-3/7th Pat Culpepper -- 0-6/10th Pat Culpepper -- 2-5/8th Pat Culpepper -- 2-4/7th Pat Culpepper -- 3-3-1/6th Bill Mallory -- 4-3/T-3rd Bill Mallory -- 2-7/9th Bill Mallory -- 5-4/T-5th Bill Mallory -- 8-1/1st Lee Corso -- 3-5-1/5th Jerry Pettibone -- 4-4/5th Jerry Pettibone -- -- Jerry Pettibone -- -- Jerry Pettibone -- -- Jerry Pettibone -- -- Jerry Pettibone -- -- Charlie Sadler -- -- Charlie Sadler -- -- Charlie Sadler -- -- Charlie Sadler -- -- Charlie Sadler -- -- Joe Novak -- -- Joe Novak -- 0-8/6th West Joe Novak -- 2-6/5th West Joe Novak -- 5-3/T-2nd West Joe Novak -- 4-3/T-3rd West Joe Novak -- 4-3/T-1st West Joe Novak -- 7-1/T-1st West Joe Novak -- 6-2/T-2nd West Joe Novak -- 7-1/T-1st West Joe Novak -- 6-2/1st West Joe Novak -- 5-3/T-3rd West Joe Novak -- 1-6/6th West Jerry Kill 5-3 4th/West Jerry Kill 5-3 2nd/West Jerry Kill/Tom Matukewicz 8-0 1st/West Dave Doeren 7-1 1st/West Dave Doeren/Rod Carey 8-0 1st/West

Date

11/28/46 11/29/47 11/24/62 11/30/63 11/27/65 12/17/83 12/30/04 12/19/06 12/28/08 01/03/10 12/18/10 01/08/12 01/01/13

3-7 3-7 5-5-1 7-4 6-5 4-7 3-8 1-10 3-8 5-6 5-5-1 7-4 3-8 5-5 10-2 4-6-1 4-7 2-9 5-5-1 7-4 9-2 6-5 2-9 5-6 4-7 4-7 3-8 1-10 0-11 2-9 5-6 6-5 6-5 8-4 10-2 9-3 7-5 7-6 2-10 6-7 7-6 11-3 11-3 12-2

Bowl Results (5-8-0)

Bowl

Turkey Refrigerator Mineral Water Mineral Water Mineral Water California Silicon Valley Poinsettia Independence International uDrove Humanitarian GoDaddy.com Discover Orange Bowl

Opponent

Evansville Evansville Adams State Missouri State North Dakota Cal State Fullerton Troy TCU Louisiana Tech South Florida Fresno State Arkansas State Florida State

Bowl

--------------California --------------------Silicon Valley -Poinsettia -Independence International Humanitarian GoDaddy.com Discover Orange

Result

L, 7-19 L, 0-20 L, 20-23 W, 21-14 L, 20-37 W, 20-13 W, 34-21 L, 7-37 L, 10-17 L, 3-27 W, 40-17 W, 38-20 L, 10-31

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NORTHERN ILLINOIS HUSKIES NORTHERN ILLINOIS SCHOOL RECORDS Game

Individual

Total Offense..................................................................................................569, Jordan Lynch vs. Toledo (2012) Yards Rushing........................................................................................353, Garrett Wolfe vs. Ball State (2006) Rushing Attempts.................................................................. 52, Michael Turner vs. Central Michigan (2000) Yards Passing................................................................................................. 486, Phil Horvath vs. Akron (2005) Pass Attempts................................................................................68, George Bork vs. Central Michigan (1963) Pass Completions..........................................................................43, George Bork vs. Central Michigan (1963) Yards Receiving.............................................................................266, Sam Hurd vs. Central Michigan (2005) Receptions........................................................................................17, Gary Stearns vs. Central Michigan (1963)

Season Total Offense...................................................................................................................4,953, Jordan Lynch (2012) Yards Rushing............................................................................................................. 1,976, LeShon Johnson (1993) Rushing Attempts........................................................................................................ 338, Michael Turner (2002) Rushing Touchdowns.......................................................................................................... 22, Chad Spann (2010) Yards Passing............................................................................................................3,216, Chandler Harnish (2011) Pass Attempts....................................................................................................................394, Jordan Lynch (2012) Pass Completions............................................................................................................... 244, George Bork (1963) Touchdown Passes................................................................................................................32, George Bork (1963) Yards Receiving.................................................................................................................1,215, Dave Petzke (1978) Receptions............................................................................................................................... 91, Dave Petzke (1978) Touchdown Catches............................................................................................... 14, Hugh Rohrschneider (1963) Interceptions......................................................................................................................................10, Al Jones (1951) Points...................................................................................................................................... 132, Chad Spann (2010)

Career Total Offense.....................................................................................................11,927, Chandler Harnish (2008-11) Yards Rushing........................................................................................................5,164, Garrett Wolfe (2004-06) Rushing Attempts................................................................................................ 940, Michael Turner (2000-03) Rushing Touchdowns................................................................................................52, Garrett Wolfe (2004-06) Yards Passing....................................................................................................8,944, Chandler Harnish (2008-11) Pass Attempts..................................................................................................... 1,110, Chandler Harnish (2008-11) Pass Completions................................................................................................ 687, Chandler Harnish (2008-11) Touchdown Passes................................................................................................ 68, Chandler Harnish (2008-11) Yards Receiving..................................................................................................2,991, Justin McCareins (1997-00) Receptions..............................................................................................................204, Justin McCareins (1997-00) Touchdown Catches...............................................................................................29, Justin McCareins (1997-00) Points............................................................................................................................... 370, Steve Azar (2000-03)

Team

Northern Illinois Career Leaders Total Offense

1..............................................................11,927, Chandler Harnish (2008-11) 2.................................................................. 6,778, Chris Finlen (1997, 99-01) 3. ...................................................................6,402, George Bork (1960-63) 4.................................................................. 6,138, Marshall Taylor (1985-88) 5......................................................................... 5,949, Josh Haldi (2001-04) 6............................................................5,740, Jordan Lynch (2010-present 7.................................................................. 5,214, Garrett Wolfe (2004-06) 8................................................................4,941, Michael Turner (2000-03) 9................................................................... 4,827, Phil Horvath (2004-06) 10......................................................... 4,602, Bob Heimerdinger (1948-51)

Passing Yards

1..............................................................8,944, Chandler Harnish (2008-11) 2..................................................................... 6,782, George Bork (1960-63) 3. .................................................................6,551, Chris Finlen (1997, 99-01) 4........................................................................... 6,015, Josh Hadl (2001-04) 5................................................................... 4,887, Phil Horvath (2004-06) 6.................................................................. 4,167, Marshall Taylor (1985-88) 7........................................................... 4,076, Bob Heimerdinger (1948-51) 8.................................................................3,559, Dan Nicholson (2005-08) 9............................................................3,317, Jordan Lynch (2010-present) 10.....................................................................3,290, Pete Kraker (1976-78)

Receiving Yards

1................................................................ 2,991, Justin McCareins (1997-00) 2................................................................... 2,544, Martel Moore (2009-12) 3. ...................................................................... 2,322, Sam Hurd (2002-05) 4.......................................................2,224, Hugh Rohrschneider (1960-63) 5.............................................................................2,162, P.J. Fleck (1999-03) 6..................................................................... 1,986, Dan Sheldon (2001-04) 7t.....................................................................1,958, Gary Stearns (1960-63) 7t...................................................................... 1,958, Dave Petzke (1977-78) 9......................................................................1,951, Deon Mitchell (1995-98) 10........................................................................... 1,815, John Spills (1966-68)

Rushing Yards

1...................................................................5,164, Garrett Wolfe (2004-06) 2. ..............................................................4,941, Michael Turner (2000-03) 3......................................................................... 3,745, Mark Kellar (1971-73) 4...........................................................................3,500, Allen Ross (1977-80) 5........................................................................ 3,438, Adam Dach (1987-91) 6................................................................. 3,314, LeShon Johnson (1992-93) 7.....................................................................3,155, Charles Talley (1993-96) 8............................................................. 2,983, Chandler Harnish (2008-11) 9...................................................................... 2,916, Chad Spann (2007-10) 10............................................................. 2,727, Stacey Robinson (1988-90)

Receptions

Points .......................................................................................................................................114, vs. Wheaton (1912) Total Offense.................................................................................................................806, vs. Fresno State (1990) Yards Rushing................................................................................................................733, vs. Fresno State (1990) Yards Passing..................................................................................................................492, vs. Illinois State (1963) First Downs..............................................................................................................................43, vs. Ball State (2011) Total Defense............................................................................................................-40, vs. Southern Illinois (1951)

1.................................................................. 204, Justin McCareins (1997-00) 2........................................................... 183, Hugh Rohrschneider (1960-63) 3.................................................................................179, P.J. Fleck (1999-03) 4........................................................................178, Martel Moore (2009-12) 5.......................................................................... 148, Dave Petzke (1977-78) 6............................................................................146, Britt Davis (2005-08) 7t....................................................................... 143, Deon Mitchell (1995-98) 7t........................................................................... 143, Sam Hurd (2002-05) 9......................................................................... 142, Gary Stearns (1960-63) 10........................................................................... 138, John Spillos (1966-68)

Season

Scoring

Game

Points..............................................................................................................................................................540, (2012) Total Offense...............................................................................................................................................6,664 (2011) Yards Rushing............................................................................................................................................ 3,791, (1990) Yards Passing............................................................................................................................................. 3,386, (2011) First Downs......................................................................................................................................................333, (2011) Fewest Points Allowed..............................................................................................................5, (1925 -- 7 games) Total Defense..............................................................................................................................................1,455, (1959) Consecutive Wins............................................................................................................................................12, (2012)

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1...........................................................................370, Steve Azar (2000-03) 2. .................................................................. 344, Garrett Wolfe (2004-06) 3..................................................................... 332, Chris Nendick (2004-07) 4........................................................................300, Chad Spann (2007-10) 5.................................................................. 288, Michael Turner (2000-03) 6............................................................................ 253, John Ivanic (1987-90) 7..............................................................252, Mathew Sims (2010-present) 8..................................................................234, Stacey Robinson (1988-90) 9.............................................................................204, Reino Nori (1932-35) 10..........................................................................202, Mark Kellar (1971-73)

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Toledo quarterback Terrance Owens

Dr. Lloyd Jacobs President

UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO

Location: ...........................................................................................................Toledo, Ohio President:..................................................................................................... Dr. Lloyd Jacobs Director of Athletics:..................................................................................Michael O’Brien Head Coach:...........................................................Matt Campbell (Mount Union, ‘02) Faculty Representative:............................................................................Celia Regimbal Enrollment:....................................................................................................................21,500 Founded:............................................................................................................................ 1872 Nickname:................................................................................................................... Rockets Colors:................................................... Midnight Blue (PMS 280) and Gold (PMS 116) Stadium: (Capacity):..........................................................................Glass Bowl (26,248) Website:................................................................................................www.utrockets.com

Michael O’Brien Director of Athletics

TEAM FACTS

Offense:......................................................................................................................... Spread Defense:...............................................................................................................4-3/Multiple 2012 Record:........................................................................................................................9-4 2012 Conference Record/Finish:.............................................................6-2 / t-2nd West Last Bowl Appearance:........................................ Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (2012) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:......................................................................................41/18 Starters Returning/Lost:.................................................................................................16/10 All-Time Record:..................................................................................................491-405-24 All-Time MAC Record:............................................................................................241-191-7 MAC Championships/Last:..................................................................................... 10/2004

Matt Campbell Head Coach

SPORTS INFORMATION

Football Contact:............................................................................................Paul Helgren Office Phone:......................................................................................................419.530.4918 Office Fax:..........................................................................................................419.530.4428 Cell Phone:.......................................................................................................... 419.262.3861 E-Mail:.......................................................................................paul.helgren@utoledo.edu Glass Bowl Pressbox:........................................................................................ 419.530.3732

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TOLEDO ROCKETS TEAM INFORMATION Date Opponent Sat., Aug. 31 at Florida Sat., Sept. 7 at Missouri Sat., Sept. 14 Eastern Washington Sat., Sept. 21 *at Central Michigan Sat., Sept. 28 *at Ball State Sat., Oct. 5 *Western Michigan Sat., Oct. 19 Navy Sat., Oct. 26 *at Bowling Green Sat., Nov. 2 *Eastern Michigan Tue., Nov. 12 *Buffalo Wed., Nov. 20 *Northern Illinois Fri., Nov. 29 *at Akron *Mid-American Conference game

Primary Media Outlets Toledo Sports Information Football Contact: Paul Helgren 2801 W. Bancroft St. Toledo, OH 43606-3390 Phone: 419.530.4918 paul.helgren@utoledo.edu

Newspaper

Toledo Blade Sports Editor: Frank Corsoe Beat Writer: Ryan Autullo 541 Superior Toledo, OH 43604 Phone: 419.724.6115 fcorsoe@theblade.com rautullo@theblade.com The Collegian Sports Editor: TBA 3231 Dorr Street Toledo, OH 43606-3390 Phone: 419.720.6397 sports@independentcollegian.com Toledo Free Press Sports Desk 300 Madison Ave., Suite 1300 Toledo, OH 43604 Phone: 419.241.1700 mmiller@toledofreepress.com

Radio

WSPD Radio (1370 AM) Play-by-Play: Mark Beier 125 S. Superior Toledo, OH 43602 Phone: 419.244.8321 markbeier@clearchannel.com

Television

WNWO -TV (NBC) Will Kunkel 300 S. Byrne Rd. Toledo, OH 43615 Phone: 419.535.0664 wkunkel@wnwo.com WTOL-TV (CBS)/ WUPW-TV (FOX) Dan Cummins 730 N. Summit Toledo, OH 43604 Phone: 419.248.1197 dcummins@wtol.com WTVG-TV (ABC) Dave Holmes 4247 Dorr St. Toledo, OH 43607 Phone: 419.534.3865 dave.holmes@abc.com

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Pos.

David Fluellen Josh Hendershot Zac Kerin Greg Mancz Jeff Myers Justin Olack Terrance Owens Bernard Reedy Alonzo Russell

RB OL OL OL OL WR QB WR WR

Defense (4)

Pos.

Specialists (3)

Pos.

Vladimir Emilien Elijah Jones Cheatham Norrils Christian Smith

S DT DB DE

Jeremiah Detmer Vince Penza Matt Wall

PK P LS

Starters Lost (10) Offense (2)

Pos.

Defense (8)

Pos.

Cordale Scott A.J. Lindeman

Robert Bell Byron Best Hank Keighley Phil Lewis Dan Molls Ben Pike Jermaine Robinson Mark Singer

Date September 1 September 8 September 15 September 22 September 29 October 6 October 13 October 20 October 27 November 6 November 14 November 20 December 15

Time 12:20 pm ET 3:30 pm ET 7:00 pm ET Noon ET 3:00 pm ET 3:00 pm ET 7:00 pm ET TBA 7:00 pm ET 7:30 pm ET 8:00 pm ET TBA

Television Series SEC Network/ESPN3 First Meeting ESPNU First Meeting ESPN3 First Meeting ESPN Regional Toledo leads 20-18-3 TBA Toledo leads 19-18-1 TBA Toledo leads 39-28 TBA Toledo leads 2-1 TBA BGSU leads 39-34-4 TBA Toledo leads 29-11 ESPNU/ESPN3 Toledo leads 6-3 ESPN2 Toledo leads 29-11 ESPNU/ESPN3 Toledo leads 9-8

2013 Squad Breakdown

Starters Returning (16) Offense (9)

2013 Schedule

TE OL

LB DB DE DT LB DE S S

2012 Statistics

259 att., 1,498 yds., 5.8 avg., 13 TDs; 32 rec., 246 yds. Started 13 games at left tackle last season First-team All-MAC; Started 13 games at center last season Third-team All-MAC; Started 13 games at right guard last season Started 13 games at left guard last season 19 rec., 260 yds., 1 TD 215-350 passing, 2,707 yds., 14 TDs, 225.6 ypg 88 rec., 1,113 yds., 12.6 avg., 6 TDs 56 rec., 960 yds., 17.1 avg., 5 TDs

2012 Statistics

33 tackles, 0.5 tfl, 1 INT, 2 passes defensed 31 tackles, 7.5 tfl, 1.5 sacks, 1 INT, 1 pass defensed, 2 forced fumbles 74 tackles, 1.5 tfl, 2 INT, 7 passes defensed 13 tackles, 2.0 tfl, 1.0 sack, 1 pass defensed

2012 Statistics

24-29 FGs, 44-47 PATs, 116 total points 58 punts, 2,350 yds., 40.5 avg., 21 In20 Played in 13 games last season

2012 Statistics

12 rec., 148 yds., 12.3 avg., 2 TDs Started 13 games at right tackle last season

2012 Statistics

100 tackles, 3.5 tfl, 4 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble 25 tackles, 1.0 tfl, 1 INT, 6 passes defensed, 2 forced fumbles 39 tackles, 8.5 tfl, 2.0 sacks, 1 pass defensed, 2 forced fumbles 28 tackles, 2.0 tfl, 2.0 sacks, 2 passes defensed 166 tackles, 6.0 tfl, 2.5 sacks, 3 INT, 7 passes defensed, 2 rec. fumbles 35 tackles, 6.0 tfl, 3.5 sacks 70 tackles, 1.5 tfl, 4 INT, 15 passes defensed, 2 forced fumbles 54 tackles, 0.5 tfl, 2 INT, 11 passes defensed

2012 Results (9-4, 6-2 MAC)

Opponent Score Total Off. at Arizona L, 17-24 (OT) 358 at Wyoming W, 34-31 504 *Bowling Green W, 27-15 452 Coastal Carolina W, 38-28 402 *at Western Michigan W, 37-17 521 *Central Michigan W, 50-35 433 *at Eastern Michigan W, 52-47 655 Cincinnati W, 29-23 355 *at Buffalo W, 25-20 412 *Ball State L, 27-34 526 *at Northern Illinois L, 24-31 396 *Akron W, 35-23 459 vs. Utah State (Famous Idaho Potato Bowl) L, 15-41 315

Total Def. 624 526 351 432 405 383 624 478 372 446 596 332 582

Att. 48,670 21,688 28,115 19,023 15,628 19,247 2,837 24,124 10,658 18,211 17,813 14,589 29,243

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TOLEDO ROCKETS ROSTER INFORMATION No. 51 7x 37x 48 13 44 53 91 98 85 5 89 15 93 7 42x 38 22 99 8x 4x 96 25 20 56 72 35x 8 97 24 28 67 49 12 57 79 17 21 75 78 84x 64 62 19 73 34 54 22x 65 20x 11 74 14 2 35 58 68

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Name Pos. Ht./Wt. Yr. Batt, Derek LB 5-11/210 So. Blackburn, Brian QB 6-6/225 Fr. (R) Blazevich, Michael DB 6-0/180 Fr. (R) Bush, Ray* LB 6-3/245 Jr. Cole, Cameron CB 6-0/190 Jr. Coleman, Jaylen LB 6-0/235 Fr. (R) Collins, Chris* DT 6-4/290 So. Covington, Allen* DT 6-2/260 So. Cummings-Morrow, Justin DE 6-2/215 So. Detmer, Jeremiah** PK 5-8/170 Jr. Dukes, Chris* CB 5-9/185 So. Ebert, Mike TE 6-6/270 Fr. (R) Elliott, Jayrone*** DE 6-3/240 Sr. Ellis, Nick PK 5-11/170 Fr. (R) Emilien, Vladimir* DB 6-1/215 Sr. Fletcher, Alvin LB 5-10/220 Jr. Fletcher, Drake LB 6-0/230 Jr. Fluellen, David*** RB 6-0/215 Sr. Gibbs, Keenen DE 6-3/260 So. Green, James** WR 6-3/205 Sr. Haden, Jordan* DB 5-11/200 Jr. Hamidah, Ayoub DL 6-1/280 Jr. Harper, Dawalyn** RB 6-1/230 Jr. Haynes, Juwan* CB 6-0/185 So. Hendershot, Josh** OL 6-4/295 Jr. Henry, James OL 6-8/290 Fr. (R) High, Josh LB 6-0/222 Fr. (R) Jones, Elijah*** DT 6-2/305 Sr. Jones, Orion* DT 6-2/285 So. Jones-Moore, Damion RB 5-7/180 Fr. (R) Kagy, Ethan** LB 5-11/200 Sr. Kerin, Zac*** OL 6-5/300 Sr. Killebrew, Brandon LB 6-2/210 Jr. Larkins, D.J. S 5-11/190 Fr. (R) Lisowski, Robert* OL 6-4/292 Jr. Lozar, Zach LS 6-1/235 Fr. (R) Macon, Dwight** QB/WR 6-0/210 Jr. Madison, Ross*** S 6-1/200 Sr. Mancz, Greg** OL 6-5/300 Jr. Marlow, Raymond OL 6-7/310 Fr. (R) Martin, Phillip DL 6-4/290 Fr. (R) Mathews, Boston OL 6-3/245 Fr. Mattraw, Mark OL 6-3/290 Jr. McDowell, Cassius** RB/WR 5-9/180 Jr. Monarch, Stone LS 5-10/205 So. Murdock, Chase* LB 6-0/215 So. Myers, Jeff** OL 6-3/290 Jr. Nees, Travis S 5-11/195 Fr. (R) Nelson, Chase* OL 6-8/335 Jr. Neverdon, Brandon WR 5-8/170 Fr. (R) Norrils, Cheatham** CB 6-0/195 Jr. Norton, Storm OL 6-8/310 Fr. (R) Olack, Justin** WR 6-4/220 Jr. Owens, Terrance*** QB 6-4/205 Sr. Penza, Vince*** P 6-1/201 Sr. Perchinske, Collin OL 6-5/275 So. Perschon, Paul OL 6-6/310 Fr. (R)

Hometown Bowling Green, OH Detroit, MI Northwood, OH Toledo, OH-Rogers Cincinnati, OH Pittsburgh, PA Cleveland, OH Tampa, FL Cincinnati, OH Hilliard, OH Cincinnati, OH Sandusky, OH Cleveland, OH Pickerington, OH Lauderhill, FL Muskegon, MI Cincinnati, OH Lockport, NY Cincinnati, OH Miami, FL Fort Washington, MD Cleveland, OH Youngstown, OH Pittsburgh, PA Newark, OH Columbus, OH London, OH Indianapolis, IN Tulsa, OK Pittsburgh, PA Tiffin, OH Delaware, OH Washington, DC Madison Heights, MI Union, NJ Willoughby Hills, OH Steubenville, OH Leesburg, VA Cincinnati, OH Dayton, OH Chicago, IL Crystal Lake, IL Fort Recovery, OH Deerfield Beach, FL Walled Lake, MI Barrington, IL Weston, OH Piqua, OH Edina, MN Baltimore, MD Toledo, OH Toledo, OH Shadyside, OH Cleveland, OH Canfield, OH Cleveland, OH Schaumburg, IL

No. 90 36 1 21x 88 40 42 9x 94 9 70 47 33 43 45 93x 25x 6 15x 92 81

Name Pos. Ht./Wt. Yr. Pleasant, Grant DE 6-3/240 Jr. Pringle, Ricky RB 5-10/205 Jr. Reedy, Bernard*** WR 5-9/175 Sr. Remy, Marc RB 6-0/186 Fr. (R) Rogers, Zach* WR 6-2/195 So. Rosenbauer, Zac** TE 6-2/255 Jr. Runyan, Craig TE 6-4/245 Fr. (R) Russell, Alonzo* WR 6-4/190 So. Simpkins, Clay PK 5-10/165 Jr. Smith, Christian*** DE 6-2/260 Sr. Steele, Ben OL 6-4/270 Sr. Swift, Connery DB 5-9/207 Fr. (R) Sylvestre, Junior** LB 6-0/222 Jr. Voss, Trent* LB 6-3/220 So. Wall, Matt** LS 6-1/218 Sr. Ware, Jeffrey DE 6-5/234 Jr. Whittaker, Chaz* S 6-2/200 So. Wilcher, Kishon* CB 5-7/180 So. Woodside, Logan QB 6-2/210 Fr. Zimmerman, Robert DT 6-3/325 So. Zmolik, Alex* TE 6-5/245 So.

Hometown Columbus, OH Buffalo, NY St. Petersburg, FL North Olmsted, OH Elyria, OH Lima, OH Marysville, OH Washington, D.C. Wauseon, OH Oklahoma City, OK Venice, FL Waynesboro, VA Hollywood, FL East Grand Rapids, MI Centerville, OH Columbus, OH Pittsburgh, PA Detroit, MI Frankfort, KY Sumter, SC Port Huron, MI

x - duplicate number; * Letter earned

Toledo Newcomers

Player Pos. Adams, Rodney WR Allen, Liam WR Bolden, A.J. OL Buckwald, Robert* LB Cave, Victor DE Davis, Daniel DE Frazier, Kennedy DB Hester, Treyvon DT Hunt, Kareem RB Jeppesen, Nate OL Johnson, Delando DB Jones, Corey WR Julian, Michael QB Kulon, Adam DE Lewis, Douglas DB Linch, Jack LB Martin, Jordan DB Moore, Marquise DT Niswander, Austin OLB Nkansah, Elijah OL Quinn, Zach LB Richards, Darryl WR Rogers, DeJuan DB Stepec, John DE Vucelich, Sam PK Williams-Caver, Crissean WR Woodley, Ja’Wuan LB Yousey, Zach WR

Ht./Wt. 6-1/176 6-0/170 6-4/287 6-1/215 6-2/235 6-3/235 6-1/174 6-3/290 5-11/200 6-4/285 6-2/195 5-8/165 6-5/190 6-4/250 5-11/185 6-0/210 6-2/192 6-1/289 6-1/191 6-6/310 6-3/215 6-3/180 6-1/175 6-3/245 5-11/172 6-0/186 5-11/230 6-1/195

Yr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. (R) Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. (R) Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Hometown St. Petersburg, FL Toledo, OH Winchester, VA Seville, OH Cincinnati, OH Grand Blanc, MI Baltimore, MD Pittsburgh, PA Willoughby, OH Portage, MI Baltimore, MD Pittsburgh, PA Hilton Head Island, SC Algonquin, IL-H.D. Jacobs Bedford Heights, OH Toledo, OH Upper Marlboro, MD Toledo, OH Findlay, OH Mason, OH Aurora, OH Chagrin Falls, OH Detroit, MI Willoughby Hills, OH Powell, OH Cuyahoga Falls, OH Columbus, OH Columbus, OH

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TOLEDO ROCKETS COACHING INFORMATION/STADIUM FACTS Coaches Information

Head Coach:...................................................................................................................................................................................... Matt Campbell Alma Mater:.................................................................................................................................................................................. Mount Union, ‘02 Hometown:......................................................................................................................................................................................... Massillon, Ohio Overall Record:......................................................................................................................................................................10-4 (Second Season) School Record:........................................................................................................................................................................10-4 (Second Season) MAC Record:.............................................................................................................................................................................6-2 (Second Season)

Previous Coaching Experience

Bowling Green......................................................................................................................................................Graduate Assistant (2003-04) Mount Union.......................................................................................................................Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line (2004-05) Bowling Green............................................................................................................................................................... Offensive Line (2006-07) Bowling Green........................................................................................................................Run Game Coordinator/Offensive Line (2008) Toledo.......................................................................................................................................Run Game Coordinator/Offensive Line (2009) Toledo...................................................................................................................................... Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line (2010-11)

Campbell’s Year-By-Year

Campbell vs. The MAC

vs. Akron................................................1-0 vs. Ball State.........................................0-1 vs. Bowling Green................................1-0 vs. Buffalo..............................................1-0 vs. Central Michigan...........................1-0 vs. Eastern Michigan...........................1-0 vs. Kent State...................................... 0-0 vs. UMass.............................................. 0-0 vs. Miami.............................................. 0-0 vs. Northern Illinois..............................0-1 vs. Ohio................................................. 0-0 vs. Western Michigan..........................1-0

Year 2011 2012 Totals

Overall 1-0 9-4 10-4 (.714)

Conference Bowl 0-0 / -- Military Bowl, W 6-2 / t-2nd West Famous Idaho Potato, L 6-2 (.750) 1-1

Assistant Coaches

Louis Ayeni, Associate Head Coach/Run-Game Coordinator....................................................................................... Northwestern, ‘03 Tom Matukewicz, Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers...............................................................................................Fort Hays State, ‘97 Jason Candle, Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers...................................................................................................... Mount Union, ‘03 Scott Isphording, Quarterbacks........................................................................................................................................Hanover College, ‘94 Tom Manning, Offensive Line................................................................................................................................................. Mount Union, ‘05 D.K, McDonald, Cornerbacks.......................................................................................................................................................... Edinboro, ‘00 Eli Rasheed, Defensive Line.................................................................................................................................................................Indiana, ‘95 Bryce Saia, Safeties............................................................................................................................................................. Butler County CC, ‘91 Rudy Wade, Strength and Conditioning......................................................................................................................................Ball State, ‘01 Stan Watson, Special Teams Coordinator/Outside Linebackers................................................................................... Mount Union, ‘02

UT All-Time Coaching Records

Years Coach Seasons Record 1917 John Bradeberry 1 0-3 1918 James Baxter 1 1-1 1919-20 Walt Hobt 2 2-7 1921-22 Joseph Dwyer 2 5-7-3 1923-25 James Dwyer 3 12-15 1926-29 Boni Petcoff 4 13-15-1 1930-15 Jim Nicholson 5 20-16-4 1936-42 Doc Spears 7 38-26-2 1943-45 No Football 1946-47 Bill Orwig 2 15-4-2 1948-49 J.N. Stahley 2 11-10 1950 Robert Snyder 1 4-5 1951 Don Greenwood 1 4-3 1951-53 Clair Dunn 3 9-12 1954-55 Forrest England 2 9-7-2 1956 Jack Morton 1 1-7-1 1957-59 Harry Larche 3 11-15-1 1960-62 Clive Rush 3 8-20 1963-70 Frank Lauterbur 8 48-32-2 1971-76 Jack Murphy 6 35-32 1977-81 Chuck Stobart 5 24-31-1 1982-89 Dan Simrell 8 50-37-2 1990 Nick Saban 1 9-2 1991-00 Gary Pinkel 10 73-37-3 2001-08 Tom Amstutz 8 58-41 2009-11 Tim Beckman 3 21-14 2011-12 Matt Campbell 1 10-4 Totals 92 491-405-24

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School Toledo Toledo Toledo Totals

Pct. .000 .500 .222 .433 .444 .466 .550 .591 .762 .524 .444 .571 .429 .556 .167 .426 .286 .598 .522 .438 .573 .818 .659 .586 .600 .714 .546

Glass Bowl Capacity:................................................................................................................................................. 26,248 Surface:................................................................................................................................................FieldTurf First Season in Stadium:...........................................................................................................................1937 Record in Stadium:.........................................................................................................................263-120-8 Largest Home Crowd:............................................................................................36,852 vs. Navy (2001) Largest Season Home Attendance:..................................................................................180,083 (2001)

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1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 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 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985

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John Brandeberry -- James Baxter -- Walt Hobt -- Walt Hobt -- Jospeh Dwyer -- Jospeh Dwyer -- James Dwyer -- James Dwyer -- James Dwyer -- Boni Petcoff -- Boni Petcoff -- Boni Petcoff -- Boni Petcoff -- Jim Nicholson -- No team Jim Nicholson -- Jim Nicholson -- Jim Nicholson -- Jim Nicholson -- Doc Spears -- Doc Spears -- Doc Spears -- Doc Spears -- Doc Spears -- Doc Spears -- Doc Spears -- No Football No Football No Football Bill Orwig -- Bill Orwig -- J.N. Stahley -- J.N. Stahley -- Robert Snyder -- Don Greenwood/Clair Dunn -- Clair Dunn 1-4 Clair Dunn 2-3 Forrest England 3-2 Forrest England 2-4 Jack Morton 1-5 Harry Larche 3-2 Harry Larche 1-4 Harry Larche 0-6 Clive Rush 0-6 Clive Rush 2-4 Clive Rush 1-5 Frank Lauterbur 1-5 Frank Lauterbur 1-5 Frank Lauterbur 2-4 Frank Lauterbur 1-5 Frank Lauterbur 5-1 Frank Lauterbur 3-2-1 Frank Lauterbur 5-0 Frank Lauterbur 5-0 Jack Murphy 5-0 Jack Murphy 2-3 Jack Murphy 1-4 Jack Murphy 3-2 Jack Murphy 4-4 Jack Murphy 2-6 Chuck Stobart 2-7 Chuck Stobart 2-7 Chuck Stobart 7-1-1 Chuck Stobart 3-6 Chuck Stobart 8-1 Dan Simrell 5-4 Dan Simrell 7-2 Dan Simrell 7-1-1 Dan Simrell 3-6

Bowl

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

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

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-- -- -- -- -- -- T-6th 4th 4th 5th 7th 4th 6th 7th 7th 5th 6th T-6th 7th T-5th T-6th T-1st T-3rd 1st 1st 1st T-4th T-5th T-2nd 5th 7th 9th 9th 2nd T-8th 1st T-5th T-2nd 1st T-6th

6-2-2 9-2 5-6 6-4 4-5 6-4 4-5 3-6 6-2-1 3-5-1 1-7-1 5-4 4-5 2-6-1 2-7 3-7 3-6 2-7 2-8 5-5 2-7-1 9-1 5-4-1 11-0 12-0 12-0 6-5 3-8 6-5 5-6 3-8 2-9 2-9 7-3-1 4-7 9-3 6-5 9-2 9-2-1 4-7

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Year Coach

1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Dan Simrell Dan Simrell Dan Simrell Dan Simrell Nick Saban Gary Pinkel Gary Pinkel Gary Pinkel Gary Pinkel Gary Pinkel Gary Pinkel Gary Pinkel Gary Pinkel Gary Pinkel Gary Pinkel Tom Amstutz Tom Amstutz Tom Amstutz Tom Amstutz Tom Amstutz Tom Amstutz Tom Amstutz Tom Amstutz Tim Beckman Tim Beckman Tim Beckman Matt Campbell Matt Campbell

Date

12/26/69 12/29/70 12/28/71 12/19/81 12/15/84 12/14/95 12/29/01 12/26/02 12/27/04 12/21/05 12/26/10 12/28/11 12/15/12

MAC Finish Overall 5-3 3-4-1 4-4 6-2 7-1 4-3-1 5-3 3-5 4-3-1 7-0-1 6-2 7-1 6-2 5-3 6-1 5-2 7-1 6-2 7-1 6-2 3-5 3-5 2-6 3-5 7-1 7-1 0-0 6-2

T-2nd T-6th 6th T-2nd T-1st T-3rd T-3rd T-7th 6th 1st T-2nd 1st/West 1st/West T-2nd/West T-1st/West T-1st/West T-1st/West T-2nd/West T-1st/West T-1st/West 5th West T-4th West T-5th/West 4th/West 2nd/West 2nd/West -- t-2nd/West

Bowl

7-4 -3-7-1 -6-5 -6-5 -9-2 -5-5-1 -8-3 -4-7 -6-4-1 -11-0-1 Las Vegas 7-4 -9-3 -7-5 -6-5 -10-1 -10-2 Motor City 9-5 Motor City 8-4 -9-4 Motor City 9-3 GMAC 5-7 -5-7 -3-9 -5-7 -8-5 Little Caesars Pizza 8-4 -1-0 Military Bowl 9-4 Famous Ida. Potato

Bowl Results (9-4-0)

Bowl

Tangerine Tangerine Tangerine California California Las Vegas Motor City Motor City Motor City GMAC Little Caesars Pizza Military Bowl Famous Idaho Potato

Opponent

Davidson William & Mary Richmond San Jose State UNLV Nevada Cincinnati Boston College Connecticut UTEP Florida International Air Force Utah State

Result

W, 56-33 W, 40-12 W, 28-3 W, 27-25 W, 13-30* W, 40-37 (ot) W, 23-16 L, 25-51 L, 10-39 W, 45-13 L, 32-34 W, 42-41 L, 15-41

*Game forfeited to Toledo due to use of ineligible players by UNLV

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TOLEDO ROCKETS TOLEDO SCHOOL RECORDS Game

Toledo Career Leaders

Individual

Total Offense.............................................................................. 489, Bruce Gradkowski vs. Pittsburgh (20030 Yards Rushing........................................................................................330, Morgan Williams vs. Miami (2008) Rushing Attempts................................................................................................ 44, Wasean Tait vs. Ohio (1995) Yards Passing............................................................................... 461, Bruce Gradkowski vs. Pittsburgh (2003) Pass Attempts.................................................................................................67, Aaron Opelt vs. Purdue (2009) Pass Completions..........................................................................49, Bruce Gradkowski vs. Pittsburgh (2003) Yards Receiving....................................................................................233, Kenny Higgins vs. Ball State (2004) Receptions...................................................................................................... 20, Nick Moore vs. Michigan (2008)

Total Offense.....................................................................................................................3,860, Brian Jones (2002) Yards Rushing................................................................................................................. 2,090, Wasean Tait (1995) Rushing Attempts.............................................................................................................. 370, Wasean Tait (1995) Rushing Touchdowns...........................................................................................................24, Wasean Tait (1995) Yards Passing....................................................................................................... 3,518, Bruce Gradkowski (2004) Pass Attempts.................................................................................................................... 433, Chris Wallace (1997) Pass Completions.................................................................................................................297, Brian Jones (2002) Touchdown Passes........................................................... 29, Bruce Gradkowski (2005); Gradkowski (2003) Yards Receiving...............................................................................................................1,194, Lance Moore (2003) Receptions.................................................................................................................................... 125, Eric Page (2011) Touchdown Catches........................................................................................................... 14, Lance Moore (2004) Interceptions.........................................................................................................................9, Mark Brandon (1983) Points........................................................................................... 144, Chester Taylor (2001); Wasean Tait (1995)

Career

Total Offense...............................................................................................10,243, Bruce Gradkowski (2002-05) Yards Rushing.........................................................................................................4,849, Chester Taylor (1998-01) Rushing Attempts.........................................................................................................837, Wasean Tait (1993-98) Rushing Touchdowns..................................................................................................56, Chester Taylor (1998-01) Yards Passing............................................................................................... 9,225, Bruce Gradkowski (2002-05) Pass Attempts.................................................................................................1,123, Bruce Gradkowski (2002-05) Pass Completions............................................................................................766, Bruce Gradkowski (2002-05) Touchdown Passes............................................................................................ 85, Bruce Gradkowski (2002-05) Yards Receiving...............................................................................................................3,446, Eric Page (2009-11) Receptions............................................................................................................................306, Eric Page (2009-11) Touchdown Catches.................................................................................................... 25, Lance Moore (2001-04) Points............................................................................................................................ 366, Chester Taylor (1998-01)

Team

Points .............................................................................................................................. 88, vs. Davis & Elkins (1951) Total Offense........................................................................................................... 812, vs. Northern Illinois (2007) Yards Rushing........................................................................................................................496, vs. Bradley (1950) Yards Passing....................................................................................................................468, vs. Ball State (2004) First Downs............................................................................................................36, vs. Western Michigan (2004) Total Defense............................................................................................................................ 44, vs. Dayton (1970) Rushing Defense.................................................................................................... -109, vs. Northern Illinois (1967) Passing Defense................................................................. 0, (four times -- most recent vs. Northern Illinois in 1974)

Season

Points............................................................................................................................................................... 549, (2011) Total Offense..............................................................................................................................................6,611, (2002) Yards Rushing...............................................................................................................................................3,113, (1981) Yards Passing...........................................................................................................................................3,879, (2004) First Downs................................................................................................................................................... 338, (2002) Fewest Points Allowed................................................................................................................................. 32, (1935) Total Defense...............................................................................................................................................1,975, (1971) Rushing Defense.........................................................................................................................................897, (2000) Passing Defense........................................................................................................................................ 2,642, (1999) Consecutive Wins......................................................................................................................................35, (1969-71)

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1........................................................10,243, Bruce Gradkowski (2002-05) 2. ...................................................................8,465, Ryan Huzjak (1993-96) 3........................................................................ 8,083, Gene Swick (1972-75) 4....................................................................7,276, Aaron Opelt (2006-09) 5....................................................................... 7,184, Kevin Meger (1989-92) 6...................................................... 6,718, Terrance Owens (2010-present) 7.................................................................6,592, Tavares Bolden (1999-01)

Passing Yards

Season

Game

Total Offense

1..........................................................9,225, Bruce Gradkowski (2002-05) 2. .......................................................................7,266, Gene Swick (1972-75) 3.....................................................................6,926, Ryan Huzjak (1993-96) 4................................................................... 6,804, Aaron Opelt (2006-09) 5......................................................................6,023, Kevin Meger (1989-92) 6...................................................... 5,971, Terrance Owens (2010-present) 7.................................................................... 5,454, Chris Wallace (1995-98) 8..................................................................5,417, Tavares Bolden (1999-01) 9........................................................................5,275, Chuck Ealey (1969-71) 10........................................................................... 4,773, Jim Kelso (1980-83)

Receiving Yards

1.............................................................................3,446, Eric Page (2009-11) 2........................................................... 3,102, Stephen Williams (2006-09) 3.................................................................... 2,776, Lance Moore (2001-04) 4. ...................................................................2,631, Steve Odom (2003-06) 5................................................................................ 2,191, Don Fair (1969-71) 6.............................................................................2,188, Mel Long (1997-00) 7..................................................................... 2,045, Nick Moore (2005-08) 8................................................................... 1,979, Donta Greene (1999-02) 9............................................................................ 1,966, Carl Ford (1999-02) 10........................................................................ 1,939, Rick Isaiah (1987-90)

Rushing Yards

1.................................................................... 4,849, Chester Taylor (1998-01) 2. .................................................................... 4,338, Wasean Tait (1993-98) 3............................................................... 3,474, Trinity Dawson (2002-05) 4...................................................................3,119, Jalen Parmele (2004-07) 5.....................................................................2,719, Casey McBeth (1991-94) 6..............................................................2,588, DaJuane Collins (2006-09) 7.................................................................... 2,540, Steve Morgan (1981-84) 8................................................................... 2,483, Kelvin Farmer (1983-86) 9....................................................................... 2,421, Roland Moss (1966-68) 10............................................................. 2,412, Morgan Williams (2008-11)

Receptions

1................................................................................306, Eric Page (2009-11) 2..............................................................229, Stephen Williams (2006-09) 3....................................................................... 222, Lance Moore (2001-04) 4........................................................................216, Steve Odom (2003-06) 5.......................................................................188, Donta Greene (1999-02) 6.......................................................................... 182, Nick Moore (2005-08) 7................................................................................ 175, Mel Long (1997-00) 8....................................................................................171, Don Fair (1969-71) 9................................................................................149, Carl Ford (1999-02) 10................................................................134, Brock Kreitzburg (1995-98)

Scoring

1....................................................................... 366, Chester Taylor (1998-01) 2. ........................................................................ 337, Todd France (1998-01) 3..................................................................... 325, Jason Robbins (2002-05) 4........................................................................ 298, Rusty Hanna (1989-92) 5.........................................................................254, Joe Schwartz (1970-72)

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Dr. John M. Dunn President

WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY

Location: .................................................................................................Kalamazoo, Mich. President:...................................................................................................Dr. John M. Dunn Director of Athletics:............................................................................ Kathy Beauregard Head Coach:.................................. P.J. Fleck (Northern Illinois, ‘04) (@Coach_Fleck) Faculty Representative:...................................................................................Fred Sitkins Enrollment:................................................................................................................... 25,086 Founded:........................................................................................................................... 1903 Nickname:................................................................................................................... Broncos Colors:................................................................ Brown (PMS 469) and Gold (PMS 873) Stadium: (Capacity):...............................................................Waldo Stadium (30,200) Website:......................................................................................... www.wmubroncos.com

Kathy Beauregard Director of Athletics

TEAM FACTS

Offense:....................................................................................................................... Multiple Defense:................................................................................................................................4-3 2012 Record:........................................................................................................................4-8 2012 Conference Record/Finish:................................................................. 2-6 / 5th West Last Bowl Appearance:..............................................Little Caesars Pizza Bowl (2011) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.....................................................................................36/18 Starters Returning/Lost:...................................................................................................17/9 All-Time Record:..................................................................................................526-419-24 All-Time MAC Record:......................................................................................... 221-229-9 MAC Championships/Last:..........................................................................................2/1988

P.J. Fleck Head Coach

SPORTS INFORMATION

Football Contact:...................................................................... Mat Kanan (@kananmj) Office Phone:......................................................................................................269.387.4125 Office Fax:.......................................................................................................... 269.387.4139 Cell Phone:........................................................................................................269.998.2259 E-Mail:........................................................................................... mat.kanan@wmich.edu Waldo Stadium Pressbox:.............................................................................269.387.3065

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WESTERN MICHIGAN BRONCOS TEAM INFORMATION Date Opponent Fri., Aug. 30 at Michigan State Sat., Sept. 7 Nicholls State Sat., Sept. 14 at Northwestern Sat., Sept. 21 at Iowa Sat., Sept. 28 *Kent State Sat., Oct. 5 *at Toledo Sat., Oct. 12 *Buffalo Sat., Oct. 19 *Ball State Sat., Oct. 26 *at UMass Sat., Nov. 9 *at Eastern Michigan Sat., Nov. 16 *Central Michigan Tue., Nov. 26 *at Northern Illinois *Mid-American Conference game

Primary Media Outlets WMU Sports Information Football Contact: Mat Kanan 1903 West Michigan Ave. Kalamazoo, MI 49008 Phone: 269.387.4125 Fax: 269.387.4139 mat.kanan@wmich.edu

Newspaper

Kalamazoo Gazette Writers: David Drew, Scott DeCamp 401 S. Burdick St. Kalamazoo, MI 49007 Phone: 269.388.8400 Fax: 269.373.7153 ddrew1@mlive.com sdecamp1@mlive.com Western Herald Beat Writer: TBA 1517 Faunce Student Services Bldg. 1903 W. Michigan Ave. Kalamazoo, MI 49008 Phone: 269.387.2092 herald-sports@wmich.edu

Radio

Bronco Radio Network Play-by-Play: Robin Hook Color: Monty Porter 4200 W. Main St. Kalamazoo, MI 49006 Phone: 269.345.7121 robin.hook@wmich.edu

Television

WZZM-TV (ABC) Sports Producer: Tom Clyde 645 3 Mile Rd. NW Grand Rapids, MI 49544 Phone: 616.559.1433 Fax: 616.784.8367 tomclyde@wzzm13.com WWMT-TV (CBS) Sports Producer: Ed Kengerski 590 West Maple St. Kalamazoo, MI 49008 Phone: 269.388.4717 Fax: 269.388.8322 edkenger@wwmt.com WOOD-TV (NBC) Sports Producer: Jack Doles 120 College Ave, SE Grand Rapids, MI 49503 Phone: 616.235.4317 Fax: 616.456.5755 jack.doles@woodtv.com WXMI-TV (FOX) Sports Producer: Tara Miller 3117 Plaza Dr., NE Grand Rapids, MI 49525 Phone: 616.447.5127 Fax: 616.364.6018 tmiller@fox17online.com

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Offense (5)

Pos.

Defense (8)

Pos.

RB OL WR QB WR

Rontavious Atkins Travonte Boles Desmond Bozeman Donald Celiscar Justin Currie Terry Easmon Kyle Lark Johnnie Simon

SS DT LB DB FS LB LB LB

Specialists (4)

Pos.

Andrew Haldeman Kirk Nakama J. Schroeder Jaime Wilson

Starters Lost (9)

Pos.

Defense (3)

Pos.

Freddie Bishop Deauntay Legrier Lewis Toler

Television Big Ten Network ESPN3 Big Ten Network TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA ESPN Regional ESPN2

Series MSU leads 11-2 WMU leads 2-0 First Meeting WMU leads 2-0 WMU leads 33-19-1 Toledo leads 39-28 WMU leads 5-1 WMU leads 21-18 WMU leads 1-0 WMU leads 29-17-2 WMU leads 45-35-2 WMU leads 24-14

2012 Statistics

176 att., 947 yds., 5.4 avg., 4 TDs, 78.9 ypg Started 11 games at right guard last season 43 rec., 570 yds., 13.3 avg., 3 TDs, 51.8 ypg Started six games, 159-261 passing, 1,825 yds., 15 TDs, 60.9 % 67 rec., 792 yds., 11.8 avg., 6 TDs, 79.2 ypg

2012 Statistics

44 tackles, 3 pbu, 1 ff 58 tackles, 9.5 tfl, 3.5 sacks 90 tackles, 5.5 tfl, 4.0 sacks, 1 INT, 1 rec. fumble, 1 ff 79 tackles, 3.0 tfl, 2 INT, 14 pbu, 1 ff, 1 safety 98 tackles, 1.5 tfl, 3 pbu, 2 rec. fumbles, 1 ff 83 tackles, 7.0 tfl, 3.0 sacks, 1 pbu 46 tackles, 1.5 tfl, 1.0 sack, 1 pbu 103 tackles, 1.5 tfl, 1 INT, 4 pbu

2012 Statistics

K LS P PR

Offense (6)

Alex Carder John Deyo Kevin Galeher Blake Hammond Dann O’Neill Kasimili Uitalia

Time 8:00 pm ET 7:00 pm ET 9:00 pm ET TBA 7:00 pm ET 3:00 pm ET 2:00 pm ET 2:00 pm ET 3:00 pm ET 1:00 pm ET Noon ET 7:00 pm ET

2013 Squad Breakdown

Starters Returning (17) Dareyon Chance Terry Davisson Josh Schaffer Tyler Van Tubbergen Jaime Wilson

2013 Schedule

QB OL OL TE OL OL

10-16 FG, 42-43 PAT, 72 total points Appeared in all 12 games last season 56 punts, 2,282 yds., 40.8 avg., 12 In20 15 punt returns, 204 yds., 13.6 avg., long 48

2012 Statistics

Started six games, 145-248 passing, 1,652 yds., 13 TDs, 275.3 ypg Started all 12 games at offensive guard last season Started all 12 games at center last season 25 rec., 386 yds., 15.4 avg., 4 TDs, 35.1 ypg Started all 12 games at offensive tackle last season Started 11 games at offensive guard last season

2012 Statistics

DE DE DB

63 tackles, 11.5 tfl, 4.0 sacks, 2 ff, 1 blocked kick 37 tackles, 6.5 tfl, 4.5 sacks, 1 rec. fumble, 1 ff 37 tackles, 2.0 tfl, 3 INT, 10 pbu

2012 Results (4-8, 2-6 MAC)

Date Opponent September 1 at Illinois September 8 Eastern Illinois September 15 at Minnesota September 22 UConn September 29 *Toledo October 6 *UMass October 13 *at Ball State October 20 *at Kent State October 27 *Northern Illinois November 3 *at Central Michigan November 10 *at Buffalo November 17 *Eastern Michigan *Mid-American Conference game

Score L, 7-24 W, 52-21 L, 23-28 W, 30-24 L, 17-37 W, 52-14 L, 24-30 (OT) L, 24-41 L, 34-48 W, 42-31 L, 24-29 L, 23-29

Total Off. 259 631 374 330 405 551 424 476 489 513 376 443

Total Def. 248 344 397 425 521 218 433 384 453 506 453 369

Att. 43,441 22,536 44,921 10,328 15,628 15,671 14,192 16,128 12,974 15,322 11,012 10,338

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WESTERN MICHIGAN BRONCOS ROSTER INFORMATION No. 31 88 30 18 60 90 50 70 55 95 38 89 51 11 80 17 19 34 22 15 33 35 59 67 58 48 92 29 93 1 8 94 20 52 57 30 26 83 71 27 64 45 23 7 5 13 79 40 21 98 17

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Name Pos. Ht./Wt. Yr. Leo Alba • CB 5-11/161 So. Ben Arnold TE 6-5/208 Fr. Demetris Ates SS 5-11/174 So. Rontavious Atkins •• SS 6-0/194 Jr. Andrew Aurand # OL 6-3/307 So. Caleb Bailey LB 5-11/221 Fr. Khairi Bailey DE 6-3/251 Fr. Charles Barth # DT 6-1/260 RFr. Josh Bass OL 6-4/271 Fr. Jordan Bauer # LB 6-2/195 So. Willie Beavers • OL 6-4/309 So. Travonte Boles ••• DT 5-11/290 Sr. Jabarai Bothwell DT 5-11/284 RFr. Jesse Boulnemour # K 5-11/180 So. Eric Boyden • TE 6-4/243 So. Desmond Bozeman ••• LB 6-0/220 Sr. Devon Brant •• LB 5-10/230 Jr. Daniel Braverman • WR 5-10/164 So. Michael Butler SS 6-0/189 So. Courtney Bynes WR 5-9/160 So. Donald Celiscar •• CB 5-11/183 Jr. Dareyon Chance • RB 5-5/169 Sr. Justin Collins • WR 6-2/212 Sr. David Curle DL 6-2/290 Fr. Justin Currie •• SS 6-2/204 Jr. Nicholas Dance LB 5-11/211 So. Corey Davis WR 6-2/205 Fr. Ben Davisson OL 6-6/347 RFr. Terry Davisson ••• OL 6-5/301 Sr. Jackson Day OL 6-3/279 Fr. Grant DePalma LB 5-8/217 So. Manny Diaz DE 6-2/218 Jr. Roosevelt Donaldson DE 6-1/276 RFr. Tevin Drake RB 5-11/214 Sr. Mikhail Dubose DE 6-0/242 RFr. Darrin Duncan WR 5-11/197 Sr. Terry Easmon • LB 6-1/225 Sr. Junior Estelus DT 6-1/286 RFr. Brian Fields ••• RB 5-8/194 Sr. Nick Galvin LB 5-11/220 Jr. Austin Guido RB 5-11/195 Fr. Andrew Haldeman #• K 5-10/168 So. Kalvin Hall #^ RB 5-8/180 RFr. Jon Henry CB 5-11/188 Jr. Michael Henry WR 5-10/172 RFr. Jon Hoffing OL 6-4/285 Jr. Kristof Ifkovits DL 6-4/306 Fr. Trevor Ishmael •• SS 6-1/197 Jr. John Jackson OL 6-2/319 RFr. Fabian Johnson RB 5-7/192 Fr. Michael Johnson # RB 5-8/160 Jr. Jared Joyner RB 6-0/185 RFr. Tanner Kain #^ WR 5-10/179 RFr. Timmy Keith WR 6-0/203 So. A.J. King WR 5-10/165 RFr. James Kristof • OG 6-3/296 So. Kyle Lark •• LB 6-0/230 Sr. Austin Lewis LB 6-3/215 Fr. Matt Lindman #^ CB 5-7/170 RFr. Jarrell McKinney • LB 6-4/216 So. Jason Meichtry #^ QB 6-1/205 RFr.

Hometown Pembroke Pines, Fla. St. Louis, Mo. Pembroke Pines, Fla. Pahokee, Fla. Troy, Mich. Romeoville, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Homer Glen, Ill. Battle Creek, Mich. Ankeny, Iowa Lathrup Village, Mich. Vero Beach, Fla. Ocala, Fla. Portage, Mich. Hamilton Square, N.J. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Ocala, Fla. Miramar, Fla. Coral Springs, Fla. Lauderdale Lakes, Fla. Winter Haven, Fla. Lauderhill, Fla. Fairfield, Calif. Shelby Township, Mich. Big Rapids, Mich. Nashville, Tenn. Wheaton, Ill. Rensselaer, Ind. Rensselaer, Ind. Granger, Ind. Arlington Heights, Ill. Hialeah, Fla. Cutler Bay, Fla. Brooksville, Fla. Chicago, Ill. Victorville, Calif. Sacramento, Calif. West Palm Beach, Fla. New Castle, Del. Cincinnati, Ohio Naperville, Ill. Ferndale, Mich. Indian, Ill. Kentwood, Mich. Flint, Mich. Libertyville, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Miami, Fla. Detroit, Mich. West Palm Beach, Fla. Crown Point, Ind. Margate, Fla. Bay City, Mich. Manassas, Va. Seffner, Fla. Lake Barrington, Ill. Alma, Mich. Terre Haute, Ind. Wayne, Mich. Detroit, Mich. Brookfield, Wis.

No. 43 32 72 81 46 66 96 73 2 61 87 39 25 75 6 28 82 69 37 21 3 41 16 91 11 78 2 9 4 10 7

Name Pos. Ht./Wt. Yr. Jake Minster LB 6-2/235 Sr. Justin Motley CB 5-11/180 RFr. Taylor Moton OL 6-5/291 RFr. Alec Moulton # WR 6-1/189 RFr. Clark Mussman ••• TE 6-3/233 Sr. Kirk Nakama •• LS 5-8/230 Sr. Logan Oce CB 5-9/155 Fr. CJ Odegbo DE 6-3/237 Fr. Greg Peterson OL 6-5/282 Sr. Demetrius Pettway S 5-10/187 Sr. Darius Phillips WR 5-10/179 Fr. Dustin Pringle OG 6-3/292 So. Brett Quinlan # TE 6-5/225 Jr. Dan Quinn # CB 5-8/186 So. Jeremy Renda # S 5-8/177 Sr. Nick Roach C 6-3/304 RFr. Kendrick Roberts • WR 6-3/203 So. Mario Rodriguez TE 6-3/265 Jr. Edward Rolle LB 6-2/187 Fr. Jon Russell # RB 5-10/200 So. Brett Scanlon K 6-0/205 Fr. Josh Schaffer •• WR 6-2/219 Sr. Joshua Schick DL 6-4/245 Jr. J. Schroeder • P 6-0/205 So. Antoin Scriven ••• RB 5-11/216 Sr. Johnnie Simon ••• LB 6-0/197 Sr. Jamar Simpkins DL 6-2/277 Fr. Cleveland Smith • DL 6-1/233 So. Garrett Smith •• CB 5-9/170 Jr. Cory Sueing ••• DE 6-4/258 Sr. Zach Terrell ^ QB 6-1/210 RFr. Cameron Thomas QB 6-2/179 Fr. Andre Turner DE 6-3/218 Fr. Travis Turner OL 6-4/281 So. Tyler Van Tubbergen • QB 6-3/198 Sr. Tronic Williams • CB 6-1/199 Sr. Jaime Wilson • WR 5-11/196 So. Zack Wynn • QB 6-2/205 Jr. Ronald Zamort • CB 5-10/157 So.

Hometown Augoura, Calif. Virginia Beach, Va. Okemos, Mich. Midland, Mich. Ogden Dunes, Ind. Santa Clara, Calif. Opa Locka, Fla. Southfield, Mich. Waukesha, Wis. Homestead, Fla. Dearborn Heights, Mich. Beaver Falls, Pa. Davis, Calif. Grand Rapids, Mich. Portage, Mich. Schererville, Ind. Flint, Mich. Portola, Calif. Miami, Fla. Midland, Mich. Dowagiac, Mich. Naperville, Ill. St. Clair Shores, Mich. Columbus, Ohio Inverness, Fla. West Palm Beach, Fla. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Pompano, Fla. Grand Rapids, Mich. Fort Wayne, Ind. New Hudson, Mich. Harper Woods, Mich. Miami, Fla. Holland, Mich. Fort Myers, Fla. Belle Glade, Fla. Hudson, Fla. Delray Beach, Fla.

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WESTERN MICHIGAN BRONCOS COACHING INFORMATION/STADIUM FACTS Coaches Information

Head Coach:....................................................................................................................................................................... P.J. Fleck (First Season) Alma Mater:............................................................................................................................................................................. Northern Illinois, ‘04 Hometown:....................................................................................................................................................................................... Sugar Grove, Ill. Overall Record:................................................................................................................................................................................. 0-0 (First year) School Record:................................................................................................................................................................................... 0-0 (First year) MAC Record:...................................................................................................................................................................................... 0-0 (First year)

Previous Coaching Experience

Ohio State.....................................................................................................................................................................Graduate Assistant (2006) Northern Illinois...............................................................................................................................................Wide Receivers Coach (2007-08) Northern Illinois........................................................................................................Wide Receivers Coach/Recruiting Coordinator (2009) Rutgers..................................................................................................................................................................Wide Receivers Coach (2010-11) Tampa Bay Buccaneers........................................................................................................................................Wide Receivers Coach (2012)

Fleck’s Year-By-Year

Year 2013 Totals

Fleck vs. The MAC

vs. Akron.............................................. 0-0 vs. Ball State....................................... 0-0 vs. Bowling Green.............................. 0-0 vs. Buffalo............................................ 0-0 vs. Central Michigan......................... 0-0 vs. Eastern Michigan......................... 0-0 vs. Kent State...................................... 0-0 vs. UMass.............................................. 0-0 vs. Miami.............................................. 0-0 vs. Northern Illinois............................ 0-0 vs. Ohio................................................. 0-0 vs. Toledo............................................. 0-0

School Western Michigan First year

Overall 0-0 0-0 (.000)

Conference 0-0/ -- 0-0 MAC (.000)

Bowl -0-0 (.000)

Assistant Coaches

Kirk Ciarrocca, Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks.................................................................................................................Temple, ‘90 Ed Pinkham, Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs............................................................................................Allegheny College, ‘75 Brian Callahan, Assistant Coach/Offensive Line...............................................................................................................Eastern Illinois, ‘92 Luke Getsy, Assistant Coach/Wide Receivers....................................................................................................................................Akron, ‘07 J.B. Gibboney, Assistant Coach/Special Teams Coordinator/Defensive Backs................................................................ Pittsburgh, ‘05 Charles Huff, Assistant Coach/Running Backs...........................................................................................................................Hampton, ‘05 Bill Kenney, Assistant Coach/Tight Ends/Offensive Tackles........................................................................................................Norwich, ‘81 Tim McGarigle, Assistant Coach/Linebackers.................................................................................................................... Northwestern, ‘06 Vinson Reynolds, Assistant Coach/Defensive Line......................................................................................................... Northern Illinois, ‘04 Robert Arnheim, Graduate Assistant.............................................................................................................................Western Michigan, ‘12 Drew Engels, Graduate Assistant...........................................................................................................................................Hope College, ‘08 Kyle Hoke, Graduate Assistant.......................................................................................................................................................Ball State, ‘12 Rob Wenger, Graduate Assistant......................................................................................................................................................Colgate, ‘08

WMU All-Time Coaching Records

Years

Coach

Seasons Record

1906

Melvin Meyers

1907-21

William Spaulding 15

1922-23

Milton Olander

1924-28

1

Pct.

1-2

.333

62-25-3

.706

2

12-1-1

.893

Earl Martineau

5

26-10-2

.711

1929-41

Mitchell Gary

13

59-34-5

.628

1942-52

John Gill

11

50-34-1

.594

1953-56

Jack Petoskey

4

8-25-2

.257

1957-63

Merle Schlosser

7

28-33-3

.461

1964-74

Bill Doolittle

11

58-49-2

.541

1975-81

Elliot Uzelac

7

38-39

.494

1982-86

Jack Harbaugh

5

25-27-3

.482

1987-96

Al Molde

10

62-47-2

.568

1997-04

Gary Darnell

8

46-46

.500

2005-12

Bill Cubit

8

51-47

.520

Totals

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526-419-24 .555

Waldo Stadium Capacity:................................................................................................................................................30,200 Surface:................................................................................................................................................FieldTurf First Season in Stadium:...........................................................................................................................1939 Record in Stadium:......................................................................................................................... 232-144-4 Largest Home Crowd:........................................................................... 36,361 vs. Indiana State (2000) Largest Season Home Attendance:...........................................................134,368 (1999 - five games)

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1906 1907 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 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975

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MAC Finish Overall -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 3-1 2-3 1-3 1-4 1-4 0-4-1 3-4 0-5 1-4 1-4-1 2-4 3-3 2-4 4-1-1 3-3 2-4 2-4 3-2-1 5-1 4-2 2-4 1-4 2-3 2-3 2-2-1 1-4 0-5-0 0-7

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1-2 3-2-1 3-3 7-0 4-1-1 2-3 3-2-1 4-0 6-0 5-1 5-1 4-3 3-2 4-1 3-4 6-2 6-0 6-1-1 5-1-1 6-2-1 7-1 3-4 5-2 5-2-1 5-1-1 5-2 6-0-1 3-3-1 7-1 5-3 2-5 5-3 4-3 2-6-1 2-5 8-0 5-1 4-2 4-3 4-3 5-2-1 5-4 6-3 4-4 5-4 4-4 4-4 1-6-1 4-5 1-7-1 2-7 4-4-1 4-5 4-5 4-4-1 5-4-1 5-4 2-7 3-6 6-2-1 7-3 5-4 3-6 4-6 7-3 7-3 7-3-1 6-5 3-8 1-10

Bowl

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Year Coach

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 2011 2012

Elliot Uzelac Elliot Uzelac Elliot Uzelac Elliot Uzelac Elliot Uzelac Elliot Uzelac Jack Harbaugh Jack Harbaugh Jack Harbaugh Jack Harbaugh Jack Harbaugh Al Molde Al Molde Al Molde Al Molde Al Molde Al Molde Al Molde Al Molde Al Molde Al Molde Gary Darnell Gary Darnell Gary Darnell Gary Darnell Gary Darnell Gary Darnell Gary Darnell Gary Darnell Bill Cubit Bill Cubit Bill Cubit Bill Cubit Bill Cubit Bill Cubit Bill Cubit Bill Cubit

Date

12/9/61 12/10/88 1/6/07 12/30/08 12/27/11

MAC Finish Overall 6-3 4th 3-5 7th 5-4 4th 5-4 3rd 6-3 2nd 5-4 T-5th 5-2-2 2nd 4-5 6th 3-6 T-8th 4-4-1 T-4th 3-5 8th 4-4 5th 7-1 1st 3-5 6th 5-3 3rd 4-4 5th 6-3 2nd 6-1-1 2nd 5-3 T-3rd 6-2 T-3rd 2-6 9th 6-2 2nd/West 5-3 3rd/West 6-2 1st/West 7-1 1st/West 4-4 4th/West 3-5 5th/West 4-4 4th/West 0-8 7th/West 5-3 T-3rd/West 6-2 2nd/West 3-4 T-3rd/West 6-2 T-2nd/West 4-4 3rd/West 5-3 3rd/West 5-3 3rd/West 2-6 5th/West

Bowl Results (0-5-0)

Bowl

Aviation California International Texas Little Caesars Pizza

Opponent New Mexico Fresno State Cincinnati Rice Purdue

Bowl

7-4 -4-7 -7-4 -6-5 -7-4 -6-5 -7-2-2 -6-5 -5-6 -4-6-1 -3-8 -5-6 -9-3 California 5-6 -7-4 -6-5 -7-3-1 -7-3-1 -7-4 -7-4 -2-9 -8-3 -7-4 -7-5 -9-3 -5-6 -4-8 -5-7 -1-10 -7-4 -8-5 International 5-7 -9-4 Texas 5-7 -6-6 -7-6 Little Caesars Pizza 4-8 --

Result

L, 12-28 L, 30-35 L, 24-27 L, 14-38 L, 32-37

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WESTERN MICHIGAN BRONCOS WESTERN MICHIGAN SCHOOL RECORDS Game

Individual

Total Offense......................................................................................................564, Alex Carder at Toledo (2011) Yards Rushing........................................................................ 279, Lovell Coleman vs. Central Michigan (1958) Rushing Attempts................................................................................47, Shawn Faulkner vs. Ball State (1983) Yards Passing..................................................................................................... 548, Alex Carder at Toledo (2011) Pass Attempts................................................................................... 66, Tim Hiller vs. Central Michigan (2009) Pass Completions.............................................................................................. 43, Alex Carder vs. Toledo (2010) Yards Receiving............................................................................................ 265, Jordan White vs. Purdue (2011) Receptions.............................................................................. 16, 3 times: latest: Jordan White at Toledo (2011)

Season

Total Offense....................................................................................................................... 4,143, Alex Carder (2011) Yards Rushing............................................................................................................1,668, Shawn Faulkner (1983) Rushing Attempts....................................................................................................... 394, Shawn Faulkner (1983) Rushing Touchdowns.............................................................19, Sam Dunlap (1916); Jerome Persell (1976-78) Yards Passing......................................................................................................................3,873, Alex Carder (2011) Pass Attempts......................................................................................................................... 522, Tim Hiller (2008) Pass Completions................................................................................................................... 339, Tim Hiller (2008) Touchdown Passes....................................................................................................................36, Tim Hiller (2008) Yards Receiving................................................................................................................. 1,911, Jordan White (2011) Receptions............................................................................................................................ 140, Jordan White (2011) Touchdown Catches............................................................................................................. 17, Jordan White (2011) Interceptions................................................................................................................................11, Dave Kribs (1939) Points...........................................................................................................................................138, Walt Olsen (1916) Total Offensive Plays..........................................................................................................630, Alex Carder (2011)

Career

Total Offense.................................................................................................... 11,220, Tim Hiller (2005, 2007-09) Yards Rushing.......................................................................................................4,219, Robert Sanford (1997-00) Rushing Attempts......................................................................................................842, Jerome Persell (1976-78) Rushing Touchdowns.............................................................................................. 43, Robert Sanford (1997-00) Yards Passing....................................................................................................11,329, Tim Hiller (2005, 2007-09) Pass Attempts....................................................................................................1,607, Tim Hiller (2005, 2007-09) Pass Completions...............................................................................................1,013, Tim Hiller (2005, 2007-09) Touchdown Passes................................................................................................ 99, Tim Hiller (2005, 2007-09) Yards Receiving.............................................................4,187, Jordan White (2007, 2009-11) (MAC RECORD) Receptions........................................................................306, Jordan White (2007, 2009-11) (MAC RECORD) Touchdown Catches.................................................................................................. 39, Greg Jennings (2002-05) Points..................................................................................................................................333, John Potter (2008-11)

Game

Team

Points ....................................................................................................................................... 103, vs. Hillsdale (1918) Total Offense.........................................................................................................663, vs. Eastern Michigan (1998) Yards Rushing.............................................................................................................. 495, vs. Grand Rapids (1916) Yards Passing............................................................................................................................. 548, at Toledo (2011) First Downs............................................................................................................... 36, vs. Eastern Michigan (1998) Total Defense........................................................................................................................... 57, vs. Marshall (1972) Rushing Defense........................................................................................-21, vs. Southwestern Louisiana (1994) Passing Defense...............................................................................................................................................0, vs. Ohio (1997)

Season

Points............................................................................................................................................................... 459, (2011) Total Offense..............................................................................................................................................5,960, (2011) Yards Rushing.............................................................................................................................................3,136, (1976) Yards Passing............................................................................................................................................. 4,385, (2011) First Downs.....................................................................................................................................................320, (2011) Fewest Points Allowed....................................................................................................................................0 (1922) Consecutive Wins.......................................................................................................................................12, (1921-23)

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Western Michigan Career Leaders Total Offense

1............................................................. 11,220, Tim Hiller (2005, 2007-09) 2.......................................................................... 11,081, Tim Lester (1996-99) 3........................................................................ 9,116, Alex Carder (2009-12) 4........................................................................ 9,071, Brad Tayles (1989-92) 5...................................................................6,915, Jay McDonagh (1993-95) 6............................................................................4,805, Jeff Welsh (1997-01) 7......................................................................4,599, Ryan Cubit (2004-06) 8....................................................................4,190, Jerome Persell (1976-78) 9......................................................4,109, Chris Conklin (1982-83; 1985-86) 10............................................................... 4,078, Chad Munson (2002-03)

Passing Yards

1..............................................................11,329, Tim Hiller (2005, 2007-09) 2......................................................................... 11,299, Tim Lester (1996-99) 3.......................................................................8,886, Alex Carder (2009-12) 4......................................................................... 8,717, Brad Tayles (1989-92) 5..................................................................... 6,148, Jay McDonah (1993-95) 6............................................................................ 4,849, Jeff Welsh (1997-01) 7......................................................................4,699, Ryan Cubit (2004-06) 8.........................................................4,463, Chris Conklin (1982-83, 85-86)

Receiving Yards

1........................................................... 4,187, Jordan White (2007, 2009-11) 2........................................................................ 3,599, Steve Neal (1997-00) 3. ................................................................3,539, Greg Jennings (2002-05) 4......................................................... 3,019, Jamarko Simmons (2005-08) 5..................................................................... 2,456, Corey Alston (1997-00) 6.......................................................................2,337, Juan Nunez (2007-10) 7..............................................................2,042, Kendrick Mosley (1999-03) 8........................................................................1,957, Allan Boyko (1987-90) 9.............................................................................. 1,889, Josh Bush (1998-01) 10.......................................................................1,802, Bob Phillips (1979-82)

Rushing Yards

1..................................................................4,219, Robert Sanford (1997-00) 2. ..................................................................4,190, Jerome Persell (1976-78) 3..................................................................3,671, Brandon West (2006-09) 4................................................................3,341, Shawn Faulkner (1980-83) 5......................................................................3,045, Jim Vackaro (1992-95) 6................................................................ 2,608, Bobby Howard (1977-80) 7.....................................................................2,453, Mark Bonds (2004-07) 8....................................................................... 2,449, Larry Caper (1979-82) 9......................................................................... 2,384, Phil Reed (2000-03) 10...................................................................2,018, Roger Lawson (1969-71)

Receptions

1.............................................................306, Jordan White (2007, 2009-11) 2............................................................260, Jamarko Simmons (2005-08) 3..................................................................... 238, Greg Jennings (2002-05) 4. ..........................................................................235, Steve Neal (1997-00) 5.......................................................................... 190, Juan Nunez (2007-10) 6...................................................................163, Kendrick Mosley (1999-03) 7.......................................................................157, Andre Wallace (1991-94) 8.....................................................................151, Robert Arnheim (2008-11) 9............................................................................150, Josh Bush (1998-2001) 10....................................................................143, Jake Moreland (1996-99)

Scoring

1............................................................................. 333, John Potter (2008-11) 2..........................................................................307, Brad Selent (1997-00) 3. ..................................................................258, Robert Sanford (1997-00) 4..................................................................... 253, Walt Olsen (1916-17; 1919) 5...................................................................... 240, Jerome Persell (1976-78) 6.......................................................................... 239, Mike Prindle (1981-84)

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Akron junior running back Jawon Chisholm

Dr. Luis M. Proenza President

UNIVERSITY OF AKRON

Location: ............................................................................................................Akron, Ohio President:...............................................................................................Dr. Luis M. Proenza Director of Athletics:........................................................................................Tom Wistrcill Head Coach:...................................................................................................Terry Bowden Faculty Representative:.................................................................................................TBA Enrollment:................................................................................................................... 29,699 Founded:............................................................................................................................1870 Nickname:...........................................................................................................................Zips Colors:..................................................................... Blue (282 PMS) and Gold (871 PMS) Stadium: (Capacity):............................ InfoCision Stadium -- Summa Field (27,881) Website:......................................................................................................www.gozips.com

Tom Wistrcill Director of Athletics

TEAM FACTS

Offense:......................................................................................................................... Spread Defense:................................................................................................................................4-3 2012 Record:........................................................................................................................ 1-11 2012 Conference Record/Finish:.....................................................................0-8/7th East Last Bowl Appearance:............................................................ Motor City Bowl (2005) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.....................................................................................45/14 Starters Returning/Lost:...................................................................................................14/8 All-Time Record:.................................................................................................488-506-36 All-Time MAC Record:............................................................................................... 64-105 MAC Championships/Last:........................................................................................ 1/2005

Terry Bowden Head Coach

SPORTS INFORMATION

Football Contact:.............................................................................................. Gregg Bach Office Phone:.................................................................................................... 330.972.6106 Office Fax:......................................................................................................... 330.374.8844 Cell Phone:....................................................................................................... 330.760.0522 E-Mail:....................................................................................................gbach@uakron.edu InfoCision Stadium Press Box:...................................................................(330) 972-2913

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AKRON ZIPS TEAM INFORMATION Date Opponent Thur., Aug. 29 at Central Florida Sat., Sept. 7 James Madison Sat., Sept. 14 at Michigan Sat., Sept. 21 Louisiana-Lafayette Sat., Sept. 28 *at Bowling Green Sat., Oct. 5 *Ohio Sat., Oct. 12 *at Northern Illinois Sat., Oct. 19 *at Miami Sat., Oct. 26 *Ball State Sat., Nov. 2 *Kent State Sat., Nov. 16 *at UMass Fri., Nov. 29 *Toledo *Mid-American Conference game

Primary Media Outlets Akron Sports Information Football Contact: Gregg Bach Rhodes Arena, Suite 83 Akron, OH 44325-5201 Phone: 330.972.6106 Fax: 330.374.8844 gbach@uakron.edu

Newspaper

Akron Beacon Journal Beat Writer: George Thomas 44 East Exchange Akron, OH 44328 Phone: 330.996.3000 sportswriterabj@sbcglobal.net Cleveland Plain Dealer Beat Writer: Elton Alexander 1801 Superior Avenue Cleveland, OH 44114 Phone: 216.999.4370 e-mail: efasports@aol.com Canton Repository Beat Writer: Mike Popovich 500 Markey Avenue Canton, OH 44702 Phone: 330.580.8300 e-mail mike.popvich@cantonrep.com

Radio

Zips Sports Network Play-by-Play: Steve French Sports Radio 1350 AM 7755 Freedom Ave. North Canton, OH 44720 Phone: 330.836.4700 steve@wnir.com

Television

Pos.

Dylan Brumbaugh Jawon Chisholm Dee Frieson Jarrod Pughsley Keith Sconiers L.T. Smith Travis Switzer

OL RB WR OL WR WR OL

Defense (7)

Pos.

Nick Caponi Malachi Freeman Cody Grice Anthony Holmes Alfonso Horner Justin March Johnny Robinson

DL DB DL DB DL LB S

Specialists (2)

Pos.

Zach Paul Robert Stein

Starters Lost (9)

P K

Offense (4)

Pos.

Defense (4)

Pos.

Adam Bice Vinnie Rizzo Marquelo Suel Dalton Williams

OL OL WR QB

WEWS-TV (ABC - Ch. 5) Sports Director: Andy Baskin 3001 Euclid Ave. Cleveland, OH 44115 Phone: 216.431.3700 baskin@wews.com

Avis Commack Troy Gilmer J.D. Griggs Kurt Mangum

DB LB DL LB

WJW-TV (FOX - Ch. 8) Sports Director: John Telich 800 S. Marginal Rd. Cleveland, OH 44103 Phone: 216.432.4240 john.telich@channel8wjw.com

Specialists (1)

Pos.

WKYC-TV (NBC - Ch. 3) Sports Producer: Jeff Yakawiak 1333 Lakeside Ave. Cleveland, OH 44114 Phone: 216.344.3333 jyakawiak@wkyc.com WOIO-TV (CBS - Ch. 19) Sports Director: Tony Zarella 1717 E. 12th Street Cleveland, OH 44114 Phone: 216.771.1948 tzarrella@woio.com

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Adam Steiner

Time 7:00 pm ET 6:00 pm ET Noon ET 6:00 pm ET TBA 2:00 pm ET 5:00 pm ET TBA Noon ET 3:30 pm ET 1:00 pm ET TBA

Television ESPN3 ESPN3 Big Ten Network TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA ESPN Regional TBA TBA #ESPNU/ESPN3

Series Akron leads 5-3 First Meeting First Meeting First Meeting BGSU leads 12-7 Ohio leads 16-12-1 NIU leads 8-5 Miami leads 16-5-1 Akron leads 10-9-1 Akron leads 30-23-2 UMass leads 1-0 Toledo leads 9-8

2013 Squad Breakdown

Starters Returning (16) Offense (7)

2013 Schedule

2012 Statistics

Started five games at guard last season Played in 11 games, 10 starts, with 953 rushing yds., 5 TDs 48 rec., 400 yds., 4 TDs Started 10 games at guard and tackle last season 41 rec., 479 yds., 1 TD 48 rec., 509 yds., 3 TDs Started 12 games at center last season

2012 Statistics

29 tackles, 3.0 tfl, 2.0 sacks 54 tackles, 2.5 tfl, 7 passes defensed 47 tackles, 7.5 tfl 50 tackles, 1.0 tfl, 2 passes defensed 28 tackles, 2.0 tfl, 1.5 sacks, 1 pass defensed 62 tackles, 2.0 tfl, 1 INT, 3 passes defensed 61 tackles, 2.0 tfl, 1 pass defensed, 1 forced fumble

2012 Statistics

65 punts, 2,659 yds., 40.9 avg., 18 In20 9-12 FGs, 38-39 PATs, 65 points

2012 Statistics

Started 12 games at center and tackle last season Started 6 games at center and guard last season 76 rec., 820 yds., 5 TDs 326-522 passing, 3,387 yds., 25 TDs

2012 Statistics

44 tackles, 1.0 tfl, 1 INT, 3 passes defensed 74 tackles, 4.0 tfl, 3 passes defensed, 1 rec. fumble 41 tackles, 11.0 tfl, 6.0 sacks, 1 INT, 3 passes defensed 110 tackles, 5.0 tfl, 1.0 sack, 1 INT, 1 forced fumble, 1 rec. fumble

2012 Statistics

LS

Played in all 12 games last season

2012 Results (1-11, 0-8 MAC)

Date Opponent August 30 Central Florida September 8 at Florida International September 15 Morgan State September 22 at Tennessee September 29 *Miami October 6 *Bowling Green October 13 *at Ohio October 20 *Northern Illinois October 27 *at Central Michigan November 3 *at Kent State November 10 *UMass November 20 *at Toledo * Mid-American Conference game

Score Total Off. L, 14-56 325 L, 38-41 (OT) 411 W, 66-6 753 L, 26-47 344 L, 49-56 629 L, 10-24 316 L, 28-34 456 L, 7-37 199 L, 14-35 492 L, 24-35 442 L, 14-22 427 L, 23-35 332

Total Def. 386 441 200 633 705 472 441 528 444 364 327 459

Att. 12,616 15,685 9,993 81,719 8,211 10,102 25,542 7,074 10,172 18,265 7,716 14,589

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AKRON ZIPS ROSTER INFORMATION No. Name Pos. 21 Bill Alexander CB 2 Broderick Alexander RB 49 Christian Allen FB 97 Jeff Allen FB 40 Austin Bailey DL 20 Nick Bice WR Fransohn Bickley CB 77 Andrew Bohan OL 74 Cedric Brittnum OL 53 Jatavis Brown LB 75 Dylan Brumbaugh OL 58 Nico Caponi DL 62 Rodney Carroll OL 70 Michael Casimos OL 85 L.J. Chambers WR 29 Bryce Cheek CB 7 Jawon Chisholm RB Darius Copeland DL 39 Sean Crandall FB 11 Zach D’Orazio WR 12 Imani Davis WR 79 Mike Davis DL 79 Drew Deneher OL 88 Jerrod Dillard WR 32 Martel Durant CB 6 Dalton Easton QB 17 Wade Edwards WR/RB Stephen Erickson OL 54 Dylan Evans LB 18 Will Fleming TE 23 Bre’ Ford S 13 Tyler Foster QB 20 Malachi Freeman CB 83 Dee Frieson WR 63 Varnell Garrett DL Lavonne Gauthney DL 81 Tyrell Goodman WR 33 Sean Graves S 30 Bryan Green RB 36 Cody Grice DL Zach Guiser S Andrew Hauser LB Mikee Hayes CB Keontae Hollis DL 4 Anthony Holmes S 96 Alfonso Horner DE Matthew Hoyer QB 34 Conor Hundley RB 9 C.J. James DE 25 D.J. Jones RB Rob Kensinger DL Michael Kish OL Ryan Kortokrax OL Jerome Lane LB 31 Emmanuel Lartey CB 10 Hakeem Lawrence RB 73 Brett Lee OL 78 Micah Lio OL 45 Justin March LB 92 Daryan Martin DE Moses McCray DL 65 Kevin Mills OL C.J. Mizell LB Deon’Tae Moore LB 26 Devonte Morgan S Manny Morgan RB 35 Cory Morrow S

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Ht./Wt. 5-8 /171 6-0/228 6-0/246 6-2/270 5-11/273 5-8/153 5-8/145 6-3/272 6-5/324 5-11/217 6-5/303 6-3/273 6-5/305 6-2/295 5-11/195 6-0/188 6-1/200 6-1/238 5-11/229 6-2/218 5-9/172 6-0/288 6-2/281 6-5/202 5-10/165 6-0/195 5-8/170 6-4/285 6-2/206 6-4/240 5-10/208 6-1/191 5-9/178 5-8/182 6-3/227 6-2/300 6-2/202 5-11/179 5-10/197 5-11/293 6-1/205 6-1/196 5-11/180 6-2/285 6-0/191 6-3/212 6-4/195 5-10/215 6-3/250 5-8/195 6-3/260 6-5/260 6-4/285 6-4/210 5-11/185 5-7/171 6-0/288 6-8/325 6-0/226 6-0/229 6-2/318 6-3/308 6-2/230 6-4/205 5-11/193 5-9/190 6-0/204

Yr. Hometown Sr. Whigham, Ga. Sr. Covington, Ga. RFr. Morgantown, W.Va. Jr. Morgantown, W.Va. Sr. West Friendship, Md. Jr. Dresden, Ohio Fr. Akron, Ohio So. Avon Lake, Ohio Jr. Chicago, Ill. So. Belle Glade, Fla. So. Green, Ohio Sr. Sandusky, Ohio RFr. Orange, Va. RFr. Upper Saddle River, N.J. Jr. Bedford, Ohio So. Lewis Center, Ohio Jr. Harrisburg, Pa. Fr. Ft. Myers, Fla. RFr. Herkimer, N.Y. So. Avon Lake, Ohio So. Miami, Fla. So. Powell, Ohio So. Dover, Ohio Sr. Adrian, Mich. Jr. Akron, Ohio RFr. Key Biscayne, Fla. RFr. Seffner, Fla. Fr. Sherrodsville, Ohio So. Nazareth, Pa. Sr. Akron, Ohio Jr. Bethel Park, Pa. RFr. Canton, Ohio Sr. Newark, Del. Sr. Jacksonville, Fla. Jr. Cleveland, Ohio Fr. Reynoldsburg, Ohio So. Yonkers, N.Y. Sr. Akron, Ohio RFr. Farmington, Mich. So. Akron, Ohio Fr. Fayette City, Pa. Fr. Mason, Ohio Fr. Ocala, Fla. Jr. Pontiac, Mich. Sr. Harrisburg, Pa. So. Miami, Fla. So. North Olmsted, Ohio So. Hamilton, Ohio Sr. Orlando, Fla. RFr. Ravenna, Ohio Fr. Strongsville, Ohio Fr. Pittsburgh, Pa. Fr. Haviland, Ohio Fr. Akron, Ohio Sr. College Park, Ga. So. Miami, Fla. So. Canton, Ohio Jr. Butler, Pa. Jr. Danville, Ill. RFr. Cincinnati, Ohio Sr. Tampa, Fla. Fr. Canton, Ohio Jr. Tallahassee, Fla. Fr. Akron, Ohio Jr. Cleveland, Ohio Fr. Naples, Fla. RFr. Geneva, Ohio

No. Name Pos. Ryan Noland OL 71 Quaison Osborne OL 38 Zach Paul P 72 Joe Petrides OL 16 Kyle Pohl QB 80 Andrew Pratt WR 91 Albert Presley DE 76 Jarrod Pughsley OL 59 John Rachal LB 47 Gary Ransom LB 87 Anthony Ritossa TE 27 Johnny Robinson S 86 Jon Root TE 44 Nick Rossi LB 68 Sam Scifo K 35 Keith Sconiers WR 6 DeAndre Scott CB 37 Danny Seafler WR 93 Connor Seeman DE 19 John Senter CB 52 Jon Shelby LB 98 Paul Skolmutch LS Granyl Smith LB 25 Josh Smith CB 3 L.T. Smith WR 60 Robert Smith-Harris LB Christopher Spruill DL 48 Robert Stein K 67 Travis Switzer OL Mykel Traylor-Bennett WR 55 Jamel Turner LB 39 James Turner S 66 Dakota Wagner DL 48 Rufus Walls WR 26 Rayshawn Walton RB 8 Curtis Watson QB 14 Donte Williams CB 56 Isaiah Williams OL 50 Jamar Williams LB 22 Tyler Williams RB Austin Wolf WR Tommy Woodson QB

Ht./Wt. 6-4/265 6-3/297 6-3/211 6-5/300 6-3/213 6-5/213 6-2/235 6-5/319 6-2/222 5-11/220 6-4/247 5-9/188 6-6/250 6-0/233 5-7/165 6-0/181 5-11/177 5-9/169 6-3/237 5-7/161 6-1/202 6-2/257 6-0/220 6-1/191 6-0/205 5-10/214 6-2/230 5-8/169 6-2/292 6-4/200 6-3/215 5-11/202 6-3/232 5-10/193 5-10/186 6-3/227 5-10/170 6-3/284 5-10/216 5-7/160 6-4/200 6-2/225

Yr. Hometown Fr. Ravenna, Ohio So. Hudson, Ohio So. Broadview Heights, Ohio Sr. Baltimore, Md. So. Farmersville, Ohio So. North Canton, Ohio Sr. Marietta, Ga. Sr. Lima, Ohio RFr. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Jr. Zanesville, Ohio Jr. Kirtland, Ohio Jr. Cleveland, Ohio Sr. Fairview, Pa. Jr. Moosic, Pa. RFr. Pittsburgh, Pa. Sr. Calumet Park, Ill. RFr. Frederick, Md. So. Brecksville, Ohio Sr. Copley, Ohio So. Huber Heights, Ohio Jr. Brockton, Mass. Sr. Glenmont, Ohio Fr. Columbus, Ohio Fr. Cincinnati, Ohio Jr. Painesville, Ohio Sr. Youngstown, Ohio Fr. Maple Heights, Ohio So. Cincinnati, Ohio Jr. Lancaster, Pa. Fr. Reynoldsburg, Ohio So. Youngstown, Ohio So. Fairfield, Ohio RFr. Sebring, Ohio Sr. Columbus, Ohio Jr. Cincinnati, Ohio Jr. Bellevue, Ohio Jr. Green Belt, Md. Jr. Cleveland, Ohio Jr. Columbus, Ohio Jr. Cincinnati, Ohio Fr. Lebanon, Ohio Fr. Monroeville, Pa.

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AKRON ZIPS COACHING INFORMATION/STADIUM FACTS Coaches Information

Head Coach:.................................................................................................................................Terry Bowden (20th Season; 2nd at Akron) Alma Mater:................................................................................................................................................................................ West Virginia, 1978 Overall Record:.........................................................................................................................................................................141-73-2 (19 seasons) School Record/MAC Record:...................................................................................................................... 1-11 (2nd season)/0-8 (2nd season)

Previous Coaching Experience

Salem...................................................................................................................................................................................... Head Coach (1983-85) Samford............................................................................................................................................................................. Head Coach (1987-1992) Auburn...................................................................................................................................................................................Head Coach (1993-98) North Alabama...................................................................................................................................................................Head Coach (2009-11)

Bowden’s Year-By-Year

Bowden vs. The MAC

vs. Ball State....................................... 0-0 vs. Bowling Green................................0-1 vs. Buffalo............................................ 0-0 vs. Central Michigan...........................0-1 vs. Eastern Michigan......................... 0-0 vs. Kent State........................................0-1 vs. UMass................................................0-1 vs. Miami................................................0-1 vs. Northern Illinois..............................0-1 vs. Ohio...................................................0-1 vs. Toledo...............................................0-1 vs. Western Michigan..........................1-0

Year 1983 1984 1985 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 2009 2010 2011 2012 Totals

School Salem Salem Salem Samford Samford Samford Samford Samford Samford Auburn Auburn Auburn Auburn Auburn Auburn North Alabama North Alabama North Alabama Akron (19 Seasons)

Overall Conference Bowl 3-7 2-6 8-3 7-1 8-3 6-1 9-1 - 5-6 - 4-7 - 6-4-1 - 12-2 - NCAA Div. I-AA Semifinals 9-3 - NCAA Div. I-AA First Round 11-0 8-0 9-1-1 6-1-1 8-4 5-3 Outback Bowl 8-4 4-4 Independence Bowl 10-3 6-2 Peach Bowl 1-5 1-4 11-2 7-1 NCAA Div. II Quarterfinals 9-4 5-3 NCAA Div. II 2nd Round 9-3 2-2 NCAA Div. II 2nd Round 1-11 0-8 -141-73-2 --

Assistant Coaches

Chuck Amato, Associate Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator.....................................................................North Carolina State, 1969 Alan Arrington, Offensive Line.................................................................................................................................................... Mississippi, 1994 Trent Boykin, Running Backs......................................................................................................................................Youngstown State, 1995 Jeff Bowden, Special Teams Coordinator/Outside Receivers........................................................................................ Florida State, 1983 Terrell Buckley, Defensive Backs.........................................................................................................................................Florida State, 2007 A.J. Milwee, Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks.................................................................................................. North Alabama, 2009 John Pont, Recruiting Coordinator/Inside Receivers......................................................................................................Miami (Ohio), 2007 Todd Stroud, Defensive Line.................................................................................................................................................. Florida State, 1985 Mike Woodford, Safeties................................................................................................................................................................... Arizona, 1982

Akron All-Time Coaching Records Years Coach Seasons Record 1891 No Coach 1 1-3 1892 Frank Cook 1 3-4 1893-94 John W. Heisman 2 6-2 1895 No Coach 1 3-2 1896 Harry Wilson 1 0-1 1897-98 Did Not Compete 1899 Archie Eves 1 2-1 1900 No Coach 1 2-3-1 1901 Did Not Compete 1902 Forest Firestone 1 2-5 1903 Rev. Alfred W. Place 1 0-2 1904-07 Did Not Compete 1908 Dr. Dwight Bradley 1 3-4 1909 Clarance Weed 1 4-4 1910-14 Frank Haggerty 5 22-16-3 1915-23 Fred S. Sefton 9 34-33-4 1924-25 James W. Coleman 2 6-10 1926 George Babcock 1 5-2-2 1927-34 Howard “Red” Blair 9 42-30-5 1936-38 James W. Aiken 3 19-7-1 1939-40 Thomas W. Dowler 2 7-9-2 1941-42 Otis W. Douglas 2 5-10-3 1943-45 Did Not Compete 1946-47 Paul Baldacci 2 7-10 1948-51 William Hougton 4 7-27-1 1952-53 Kenneth Cochrane 2 8-9-1 1954-60 Joseph McMullen 7 30-28-3 1961-72 Gordon Larson 12 74-33-5 1973-85 Jim Dennison 13 80-62-2 1986-94 Gerry Faust 9 43-53-3 1995-03 Lee Owens 9 40-61 2004-09 J.D. Brookhart 6 30-42 2010-11 Rob Ianello 2 2-22 2012 Terry Bowden 1 1-11 Totals 112 488-506-36

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Pct. .250 .429 .750 .600 .000 .667 .417 .286 .000 .429 .500 .573 .507 .375 .667 .578 .727 .444 .361 .412 .214 .472 .516 .683 .562 .449 .396 .417 .083 .083 .491

InfoCision Stadium -- Summa Field Capacity:...................................................................................................................................................27,881 Surface:................................................................................................................................................ProGrass First Season in Stadium:.........................................................................................................................2009 Record in Stadium:.......................................................................................................... 6-18 (fifth season) Largest Home Crowd:.......................................................... 27,881 (vs. Morgan State, Sept. 12, 2009) Largest Season Home Attendance:.................................................................................104,293 (2009)

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1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 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 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956

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No Coach -- Frank Cook -- John W. Heisman -- John W. Heisman -- No Coach -- Harry Wilson -- Did Not Compete -- Did Not Compete -- Archie Eves -- No Coach -- Did Not Compete -- Forest Firestone -- Rev. Alfred W. Place -- Did Not Compete -- Did Not Compete -- Did Not Compete -- Did Not Compete -- Dr. Dwight Bradley -- Clarence Weed -- Frank Haggerty -- Frank Haggerty -- Frank Haggerty -- Frank Haggerty -- Frank Haggerty -- Fred S. Sefton -- Fred S. Sefton -- Fred S. Sefton -- Fred S. Sefton -- Fred S. Sefton -- Fred S. Sefton -- Fred S. Sefton -- Fred S. Sefton -- Fred S. Sefton -- James W. Coleman -- James W. Coleman -- George Babcock -- Howard “Red” Blair -- Howard “Red” Blair -- Howard “Red” Blair -- Howard “Red” Blair -- Howard “Red” Blair -- Howard “Red” Blair -- Howard “Red” Blair -- Howard “Red” Blair -- Howard “Red” Blair -- James W. Aiken -- James W. Aiken -- James W. Aiken -- Thomas W. Dowler -- Thomas W. Dowler -- Otis W. Douglas -- Otis W. Douglas -- No Games Played -- No Games Played -- No Games Played -- Paul Baldacci -- Paul Baldacci -- William “Bud” Houghton -- William “Bud” Houghton -- William “Bud” Houghton -- William “Bud” Houghton-- Kenneth “Red” Cochrane -- Kenneth “Red” Cochrane-- Joseph H. McMullen -- Joseph H. McMullen -- Joseph H. McMullen --

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1-3 3-4 5-2 1-0 3-2 0-1 -- -- 2-1 2-3-1 -- 2-5 0-2 -- -- -- -- 3-4 4-4 7-2 3-4-1 5-2-1 3-4 4-4-1 1-7 2-7 5-3 2-2-1 6-1-1 4-4 5-3 5-3 4-3-1 5-3 1-7 5-2-2 5-3 5-3 9-1 7-1 1-7 2-4-3 5-3-1 3-4-1 6-3 6-2-1 7-2 6-3 5-4 2-5-2 5-3-1 0-7-2 -- -- -- 5-4 2-6 2-6 2-6-1 2-7 1-8 2-6-1 6-3 3-5 6-2 3-5-1

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Year Coach

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 2011 2012

Joseph H. McMullen Joseph H. McMullen Joseph H. McMullen Joseph H. McMullen Gordon K. Larson Gordon K. Larson Gordon K. Larson Gordon K. Larson Gordon K. Larson Gordon K. Larson Gordon K. Larson Gordon K. Larson Gordon K. Larson Gordon K. Larson Gordon K. Larson Gordon K. Larson Jim Dennison Jim Dennison Jim Dennison Jim Dennison Jim Dennison Jim Dennison Jim Dennison Jim Dennison Jim Dennison Jim Dennison Jim Dennison Jim Dennison Jim Dennison Gerry Faust Gerry Faust Gerry Faust Gerry Faust Gerry Faust Gerry Faust Gerry Faust Gerry Faust Gerry Faust Lee Owens Lee Owens Lee Owens Lee Owens Lee Owens Lee Owens Lee Owens Lee Owens Lee Owens J.D. Brookhart J.D. Brookhart J.D. Brookhart J.D. Brookhart J.D. Brookhart J.D. Brookhart Rob Ianello Rob Ianello Terry Bowden

Date

12/26/05

MAC Finish Overall -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 5-3 4-4 1-8 2-6 3-5 2-6 2-6 5-3 5-1 4-4 3-5 5-3 6-2 5-3 3-5 3-5 3-5 2-6 1-7 0-8 0-8

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- T-3rd 5th 9th T-7th T-6th 6th/East 5th/East T-3rd/East T-1st/East T-4th/East 5th/East 3rd/East 2nd/East T-1st/East T-3rd/East 6th/East 4th/East 6th/East t-6th/East 7th/East 7th/East

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

Bowl Results (0-1-0)

Bowl

Motor City

Opponent Memphis

Bowl

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Result

L, 31-38

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Akron Career Leaders

Individual

Total Offense.............................................................................. 460, Charlie Frye vs. Central Michigan (2003) Yards Rushing........................................................................................ 295, James Black vs. Austin Peay (1983) Rushing Attempts....................................................................................52, James Black vs. Austin Peay (1983) Rushing Touchdowns.......................5, Bobby Hendry vs. EMU (2001); Terry Cameron vs. N. Iowa (1978) Yards Passing............................................................................................... 455, Luke Getsy vs. Memphis (2005) Pass Attempts................................................................................................ 59, Luke Getsy vs. Memphis (2005) Pass Completions..........................................................................37, Dalton Williams vs. Morgan State (2012) Passing Touchdowns........................5, Dalton Williams vs. Morgan St (2012); Luke Getsy vs. NIU (2005) Yards Receiving...................................................................... 223, Jabari Arthur vs. Western Michigan (2007) Receiving Touchdowns.......................................................................................4, Dan Ruff vs. Ball State (1969) Receptions....................................................................................15, Jabari Arthur vs. Western Michigan (2007) Interceptions.........................................................................................6, Dick Miller vs. Baldwin-Wallace (1937)

Season

Total Offense....................................................................................................................3,837, Charlie Frye (2003) Yards Rushing.......................................................................................................................1,786, Mike Clark (1986) Rushing Attempts.................................................................................................................351, James Black (1983) Rushing Touchdowns....................................................................................................17, Dennis Kennedy (2008) Yards Passing.................................................................................................................. 3,549, Charlie Frye (2003) Pass Attempts.......................................................................................................................525, Luke Getsy (2005) Pass Completions.........................................................................................................326, Dalton Williams (2012) Touchdown Passes......................................................................................................... 25, Dalton Williams (2012) Yards Receiving.........................................................................................................1,210, Domenik Hixon (2005) Receptions............................................................................................................................86, Jabari Arthur (2007) Touchdown Catches......................................................................................................................11, Dan Ruff (1968) Interceptions................................................................................................................................13, Dick Miller (1937) Points...............................................................................................................................110, Dennis Kennedy (2008)

Career

Total Offense............................................................................................................. 11,478, Charlie Frye (2001-04) Yards Rushing............................................................................................................... 4,257, Mike Clark (1984-86) Rushing Attempts...........................................................................................................804, Mike Clark (1984-86) Rushing Touchdowns..............................................................................................39, Brandon Payne (1999-02) Yards Passing........................................................................................................... 11,049, Charlie Frye (2001-04) Pass Attempts............................................................................................................ 1,436, Charlie Frye (2001-04) Pass Completions..........................................................................................................913, Charlie Frye (2001-04) Touchdown Passes.........................................................................................................64, Charlie Frye (2001-04) Yards Receiving......................................................................................................2,653, Jabari Arthur (2004-07) Receptions....................................................................................................................184, Jabari Arthur (2004-07) Touchdown Catches............................................................................................................. 27, Dan Ruff (1967-70) Points....................................................................................................................................... 266, Zac Derr (1998-01) Interceptions.......................................................................................................................... 18, Gary Tyler (1985-87)

Game

Team

Points ............................................................................................................................. 66, vs. Morgan State (2012) Total Offense............................................................................................................... 753, vs. Morgan State (2012) Yards Rushing.......................................................................................................503, vs. Northern Arizona (1991) Yards Passing..............................................................................................................565, vs. Morgan State (2012) First Downs..................................................................................................................... 43, vs. Morgan State (2012) Total Defense..........................................................................................................................-5, at Otterbien (1955) Rushing Defense.................................................................................................-50, vs. Western Kentucky (1984) Passing Defense.............................................................................................................................-7, vs. Mount Union (1957)

Season

Points............................................................................................................................................................. 435, (2003) Total Offense............................................................................................................................................5,643, (2003) Yards Rushing.............................................................................................................................................3,193, (1976) Yards Passing.............................................................................................................................................3,753, (2012) First Downs...................................................................................................................................................295, (2003) Fewest Points Allowed................................................................................................................................7.1 , (1929) Total Defense.....................................................................................................................1,523 (in 9 games), (1958) Rushing Defense..................................................................................................................897 (in 11 games), (1968) Passing Defense...................................................................................................................322 (in 9 games), (1958) Consecutive Wins...........................................................................................................11 (1969-70) and (1929-30)

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Total Offense

1. .....................................................................11,478, Charlie Frye (2001-04) 2..........................................................7,024, James Washington (1997-00) 3...................................................................... 5,946, Luke Getsy (2005-06) 4.................................................................4,735, Vernon Stewart (1983-86) 5.....................................................................4,649, Mike Johnson (1988-89) 6...........................................................4,373, Chris Jacquemain (2007-09) 7..........................................................................4,257, Mike Clark (1984-86) 8.............................................................................4,171, Eric Schoch (1971-73) 9...................................................................3,866, Marcel Weems (1991-93) 10...................................................................... 3,565, Don Zwisler (1965-68)

Passing Yards

1......................................................................11,049, Charlie Frye (2001-04) 2..........................................................6,699, James Washington (1997-00) 3........................................................................ 6,117, Luke Getsy (2005-06) 4............................................................4,371, Chris Jacquemain (2007-09) 5..................................................................... 3,989, Mike Johnson (1988-89) 6................................................................ 3,945, Vernon Stewart (1983-86) 7....................................................................... 3,387 Dalton Williams (2012) 8....................................................................3,358, Patrick Nicely (2009-11) 9........................................................................ 3,297, Don Zwisler (1965-68) 10.........................................................................3,142, Mic Hutton (1969-71)

Receiving Yards

1....................................................................2,653, Jabari Arthur (2004-07) 2...................................................................... 2,577, Lavel Bailey (1997-00) 3..............................................................................2,531, Dan Ruff (1967-70) 4............................................................. 2,092, Domenik Hixon (2002-05) 5..................................................................... 1,997, Matt Cherry (2000-03) 6....................................................................... 1,986, Jake Schifino (1998-01) 7....................................................................... 1,738, Mac Thomas (1970-73) 8...........................................................................1,718, Willie Davis (1983-85) 9............................................................................. 1,531, Ron Fuller (1974-77) 10................................................................1,414, Jack Beidleman (1967-70)

Rushing Yards

1...........................................................................4,257, Mike Clark (1984-86) 2...................................................................... 3,054, James Black (1980-83) 3............................................................... 3,032, Jack Beidleman (1967-70) 4................................................................ 2,861, Brandon Payne (1999-02) 5................................................................2,847, Bobby Hendry (2000-03) 6.............................................................................. 2,816, Billy Mills (1973-76) 7.......................................................................2,613, Paul Winters (1976-79) 8............................................................. 2,552, Dennis Kennedy (2005-08) 9................................................................2,314, Dennis Brumfield (1979-81) 10...................................................................... 2,101, Brett Biggs (2004-05)

Receptions

1........................................................................184, Jabari Arthur (2004-07) 2........................................................................ 149, Matt Cherry (2000-03) 3................................................................... 141, Domenik Hixon (2002-05) 4.......................................................................... 138, Lavel Bailey (1997-00) 5............................................................................131, Jake Schifino (1998-01) 6................................................................................. 127, Dan Ruff (1967-70) 7.........................................................................110, Marquelo Suel (2011-12) 8............................................................................106, James White (1977-81) 9............................................................................ 104, Willie Davis (1983-85) 10.......................................................................103, Miquel Irvin (2002-03)

Scoring

1.................................................................................. 266, Zac Derr (1998-01) 2..................................................................260, Brandon Payne (1999-02) 3....................................................................253, Bob Dombroski (1986-89) 4....................................................................... 229, Jason Swiger (2002-05) 5...................................................................226, Jack Beidleman (1967-70) 6.............................................................................. 212, Igor Iveljic (2007-10) 7.........................................................................199, Daron Alcorn (1989-92) 8....................................................................198, Bobby Hendry (2000-03) 9.................................................................................176, Dan Ruff (1967-70) 10................................................................176, Dennis Kennedy (2005-08)

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Bowling Green linebacker Gabe Martin

Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey President

BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY

Location: ........................................................................................... Bowling Green, Ohio President:...........................................................................................Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey Director of Athletics:....................................................Chris Kingston (Central Florida) Head Coach:.........................................Dave Clawson (Williams College (Mass.), ‘89) Faculty Representative:................................................................................. Lee Meserve Enrollment:.....................................................................................................................17,234 Founded:............................................................................................................................ 1910 Nickname:....................................................................................................................Falcons Colors:......................................................... Orange (PMS 4625) and Brown (PMS 172) Stadium: (Capacity):..................................................Doyt L. Perry Stadium (24,000) Website:............................................................................................www.bgsufalcons.com

Chris Kingston Director of Athletics

TEAM FACTS

Offense:....................................................................................................................... Multiple Defense:............................................................................................................................4-2-5 2012 Record:........................................................................................................................8-5 2012 Conference Record/Finish:....................................................................6-2/2nd East Last Bowl Appearance:....................................................................Military Bowl (2012) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.................................................................................... 50/14 Starters Returning/Lost:................................................................................................. 20/5 All-Time Record:...................................................................................................505-351-51 All-Time MAC Record:......................................................................................... 259-161-13 MAC Championships/Last:....................................................................................... 10/1992

Dave Clawson Head Coach

SPORTS INFORMATION

Football Contact:..............................................................................................Dave Meyer Office Phone:......................................................................................................419.372.7077 Office Fax:...........................................................................................................419.372.6015 Cell Phone:.........................................................................................................419.265.0284 E-Mail:......................................................................................................meyerd@bgsu.edu Perry Stadium Press Box:..............................................................................419.372.2069

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BOWLING GREEN FALCONS TEAM INFORMATION Date Opponent Thur., Aug. 29 Tulsa Sat., Sept. 7 *at Kent State Sat., Sept. 14 at Indiana Sat., Sept. 21 Murray State Sat., Sept. 28 *Akron Sat., Oct. 5 *UMass Sat., Oct. 12 at Mississippi State Sat., Oct. 26 *Toledo Tue., Nov. 5 *at Miami Tue., Nov. 12 *Ohio Sat., Nov. 23 *at Eastern Michigan Fri., Nov. 29 *at Buffalo *Mid-American Conference game

Primary Media Outlets BGSU Sports Information Football Contact: Dave Meyer 245 Perry Stadium East Bowling Green, OH 43403 Phone: 419.372.7077 Fax: 419.372.6015 meyerd@bgsu.edu

Newspaper

The Sentinel-Tribune Beat Writer: Jack Carle P.O. Box 88 Bowling Green, OH 43402 Phone: 419.352.4611 Fax: 419.354.0314 sports@sentinel-tribune.com Toledo Blade Beat Writer: John Wagner 541 Superior Street Toledo, OH 43660 Phone: 419.245.6114 Fax: 419.724.6116 jwagner@theblade.com The BG News Sports Editor: TBA 210 West Hall, BGSU Bowling Green, OH 43403 Phone: 419.372.9891 Fax: 419.372.6967 e-mai: editor@bgsu.edu

Radio

BGSU Radio Network Play-by-Play: Todd Walker Clear Channel Lima 667 Market Street Lima, OH 45801 Phone: 419.223.2060 toddwalker@clearchannel.com

Television

WNWO-TV (NBC - Ch. 24) Sports Director: Eric Haubert 300 S. Byrne Rd. Toledo, OH 43615 Phone: 419.535.0664 Fax: 419.535.8936 ehaubert@raycommedia.com WTVG-TV (ABC - Ch. 13) Sports Director: Dave Holmes 4247 Dorr Street Toledo, OH 43607 Phone: 419.534.3865 Fax: 419.534.3898 dave.holmes@13abc.com WTOL-TV (CBS - Ch. 11) Sports Director: Dan Cummins P.O. Box 715 Toledo, OH 43601 Phone: 419.248.1197 Fax: 419.244.7104 dcummins@wtol.com

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Defense (9)

Pos.

Specialists (2)

Pos.

TE WR OL OL WR OL WR OL QB

BooBoo Gates Darrell Hunter Gabe Martin Ted Ouellet Paul Swan Bryan Thomas Cameron Truss Charlie Walker Ryland Ward

DB DB LB DL LB DE DB DE DB

Tyler Tate Brian Schmiedebusch

PK P

Starters Lost (5) Offense (2)

Pos.

Defense (2)

Pos.

Specialists (1)

Pos.

Jordan Roussos Anthon Samuel

Chris Jones Dwayne Woods

Cory Johnson

Date September 1 September 8 September 15 September 22 September 29 October 6 October 13 October 20 October 27 November 7 November 17 November 23 December 27

Time 7:00 pm ET Noon ET Noon ET 3:30 pm ET TBA 3:30 pm ET TBA TBA 8:00 pm ET 7:30 pm ET 1:00 pm ET TBA

Television ESPNU ESPN Regional ESPNU TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA ESPN2/ESPNU ESPNU/ESPN3 TBA ESPNU/ESPN3

Series Tulsa leads series 3-0 BGSU leads 55-19-6 First Meeting First Meeting BGSU leads 12-7 BGSU leads 1-0 First Meeting BGSU leads 39-34-4 Miami leads 42-22-5 BGSU leads 37-25-2 BGSU leads 24-11-1 BGSU leads 7-3

2013 Squad Breakdown

Starters Returning (20) Alex Bayer Ryan Burbrink Fahn Cooper Dominic Flewellyn Chris Gallon Alex Huettel Shaun Joplin Chief Kekuewa Matt Schilz

2013 Schedule

OL RB

DT LB

2012 Statistics

Started all 13 games, 36 rec., 410 yds., 3 TDs Played in 12 games, 39 rec., 351 yds. Started all 13 games at left tackle last season Started all 13 games at left guard last season Played in all 13 games, 54 rec., 720 yds., 6 TDs Started all 13 games at right guard last season Started 12 games, 40 rec., 639 yds., 4 TDs Started all 13 games at center last season Started all 13 games, 228 comp., 413 att., 2,585 yds., 14 TDs

2012 Statistics

47 tackles, 1.5 tfl, 2 INT, 3 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble 24 tackles, 1 INT, 2 passes defensed 70 tackles, 8.5 tfl, 4.5 sacks, 1 INT, 6 passes defensed, 2 forced fumbles 35 tackles, 6.0 tfl, 3.0 sacks 65 tackles, 6.5 tfl, 1.0 sack, 1 forced fumble 33 tackles, 8.0 tfl, 3.5 sacks 63 tackles, 0.5 tfl, 5 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble 34 tackles, 6.0 tfl, 2.5 sacks, 2 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble 57 tackles, 1.0 tfl, 4 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble

2012 Statistics

7-10 FGs, 5-6 PATs, 26 points 72 punts, 2,941 yds., 40.8 avg., long of 60 yards, 24 In20

2012 Statistics

Started all 13 games at right tackle last season Played in 12 games, 202 att., 998 yds., 4.9 avg., 11 TDs

2012 Statistics

MAC Defensive Player of the Year, 42 tackles, 19 tfl, 12.5 sacks 68 tackles, 8.5 tfl, 2.0 sacks, 1 INT, 5 passes defensed

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2012 Results (8-5, 6-2 MAC)

2012 Statistics

Appeared in all 13 games last season

Opponent Score Total Off. at Florida L, 14-27 327 Idaho W, 21-13 373 *at Toledo L, 15-27 351 at Virginia Tech L, 0-37 266 Rhode Island W, 48-8 538 *at Akron W, 24-10 472 *Miami W, 37-12 486 *at UMass W, 24-0 282 *Eastern Michigan W, 24-3 356 *at Ohio W, 26-14 288 *Kent State L, 24-31 438 *Buffalo (at Columbus) W, 21-7 310 Military Bowl vs. San Jose St. L, 20-29 264

Total Def. 365 358 452 396 171 316 256 118 178 244 425 197 380

Att. 84,704 16,591 28,115 65,632 15,338 10,102 17,071 10,846 13,158 19,122 16,002 11,846 17,835

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Name Pos. Ht./Wt. Yr. Jude Adjei-Barimah DB 5-10/205 R-Jr. Bryan Baird DE 6-3/237 R-So. Zac Bartman LB 5-11/215 R-Fr. Alex Bayer TE 6-4/253 R-Sr. Tyler Beck TE 6-2/259 Sr. J.J. Beggan OL 6-2/294 R-Fr. Jacob Bennett OL 6-4/307 R-Fr. Coy Brown III LB 5-11/214 So. Patrick Brown QB 5-11/182 R-Sr. Ryan Burbrink WR 5-8/181 R-So. Terrance Bush DL 6-2/223 R-Fr. Spencer Cairo OL 6-2/289 R-So. Jairus Campbell DT 6-5/310 R-Sr. Dalton Chapman OL 6-5/302 R-Fr. Clark Clancy OL Fr. Herve Coby WR 5-11/177 R-So. Jared Cohen WR 6-1/189 R-Jr. Kevin Collins WR 6-2/205 R-Fr. Zach Colvin DE 6-2/268 Jr. Fred Coppet RB Fr. Jhalil-Nashid Croley DL 6-1/251 R-Fr. Joe Davidson P Fr. Scott Davis TE 6-4/239 R-Fr. Darion Delaney OL 6-3/303 R-Jr. Diontre Delk WR 5-9/177 R-So. Gehrig Dieter WR So. Nolan Dieter QB Fr. Logan Dietz OL 6-5/285 R-Fr. Anthony Farinella K 6-3/180 So. Nick Fields K Fr. Dominic Flewellyn OL 6-3/293 Sr. Hunter Folkertsma TE Fr. Justin Ford DB 6-1/210 R-Jr. Aaron Foster DB 5-10/202 Sr. Johnathan Fry DL 6-3/274 R-Jr. Chris Gallon WR 6-4/221 R-So. Jerry “BooBoo” Gates DB 5-11/213 Sr. Andre Givens RB 5-9/190 R-So. Ronnie Goble DE 6-2/247 R-Sr. Isaiah Gourdine DB Fr. Travis Greene RB 5-10/176 R-So. Nick Hager OL 6-2/307 R-Jr. Patric Hannon LB Fr. Eric Harrell RB Fr. Greg Hohenstein LS 6-3/195 R-Fr. Darius Holiday DL Fr. Jordan Hopgood RB 5-11/215 R-Sr. Jermal Hosley WR 5-8/183 So. Alex Huettel OL 6-3/291 R-So. Darrell Hunter II DB 5-8/177 Jr. Ryan Hunter OL Fr. Heath Jackson WR 5-11/180 R-Jr. Terrell Jackson DL Fr. Matt Johnson QB 6-0/210 R-So. Shaun Joplin WR 6-2/197 R-Sr.

Hometown Columbus, Ohio Spring Valley, Ohio Mansfield, Ohio Pickerington, Ohio Wyomissing, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Lebanon, Ohio Wakcarusa, Ind. Liberty Center, Ohio Shady Side, Md. South Bend, Ind. Rochester, Mich. Pickerington, Ohio Grove City, Ohio Troy, Mich. Delray Beach, Fla. Cypress, Calif. New Albany, Ohio Shorewood, Ill. Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. Cincinnati, Ohio Findlay, Ohio Richmond, Va. Dayton, Ohio Cleveland Heights, Ohio South Bend, Ind. South Bend, Ind. Pittsburgh, Pa. Woodridge, Ill. Laura, Ohio Maple Heights, Ohio Grand Rapids, Mich. Grand Rapids, Mich. Bloomfield, Mich. Huntington, WV Orlando, Fla. Middletown, Ohio Youngstown, Ohio Plymouth, Mich. Farminton, Mich. Carol City, Fla. Wapakoneta, Ohio South Euclid, Ohio Orlando, Fla. Warrenville, Ill. Miramar, Fla. Cincinnati, Ohio Highland Park, Mich. Pickerington, Ohio West Palm Beach, Fla. North Bay, Ontario Ada, Ohio

No. 38 65 25 3 86 14 27 58 50 7 26 11 37 71 12 54 88 5 95 34 93 22 22 74 18 32 42 19 31 75 81 51 35 7 95 63 30 94 72 3 33 98 43 8 16 46 15 21 80 26 66

Name Pos. Ht./Wt. Yr. Evan Karchner LB 5-9/223 R-Fr. David “Chief” Kekuewa OL 6-2/308 Sr. John Klingerman WR Fr. James Knapke QB 6-2/205 R-Fr. Logan Larson TE Fr. Marcus Levy RB Fr. Nate Locke LB Fr. Tim Love LB 6-0/192 R-Jr. Izaah Lunsford DL 6-3/262 R-Fr. D.J. Lynch LB 5-11/242 R-Jr. Alphonso Mack DB 6-0/160 R-Fr. Gabe Martin LB 6-1/224 R-Jr. Jamel Martin RB 5-10/194 R-Jr. Tim McAuliffe OL Fr. DeVon McKoy DB 5-10/178 R-Jr. Mike Minns DL 5-10/317 So. Kendall Montgomery DL 6-5/268 R-Jr. Ronnie Moore WR Fr. Jake Nachtrab DL Fr. Victor Osborne DB 5-10/182 R-Jr. Ted Ouellet DT 6-3/282 R-Sr. Josh Pettus DB 5-9/203 Sr. Monti Phillips RB Fr. Christian Piazza OL 6-7/281 R-So. Omar Pierre-Louis DB Fr. Ryan Pitts DB Fr. Chris Pohlman TE/FB 6-1/253 Jr. Teo Redding WR Fr. Matt Robinson DB Fr. Clay Rolf OL 6-6/278 R-Jr. Trevor Roop WR Fr. Taylor Royster DL 5-9/252 R-So. James Sanford DB 6-1/186 R-Fr. Matt Schilz QB 6-2/210 R-Sr. Brian Schmiedebusch P 6-3/226 R-Sr. Gus Schwieterman DL Fr. Paul Senn LB Jr. Jason Shepherd DL Fr. Ben Steward OL 6-5/296 R-Fr. Brian Sutton DB 6-0/190 Jr. Paul Swan LB 6-0/230 R-Sr. Tyler Tate K 5-11/175 R-So. Bryan Thomas DE 6-2/260 R-Jr. Cameron Truss DB 5-10/182 R-Sr. Austin Valdez QB Fr. Charlie Walker DL 6-2/238 R-Jr. Ryland Ward DB 5-10/198 R-Jr. Will Watson DB 5-11/175 So. James White WR 5-10/187 R-Fr. DanQuis Woods RB Fr. Geno Zappa OL Fr.

Hometown Maumee, Ohio Keaau, Hawaii Bloomsburg, Ohio Fort Wayne, Ind. Springfield, Ill. Fort Pierce, Fla. Canton, Ohio Maple Heights, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Pontiac, Mich. South Bend, Ind. Grand Blanc, Mich. Bolingbrook, Ill. Lemont, Ill. Columbus, Ohio West Palm Beach, Fla. Miami, Fla. Sanford, Fla. Sylvania, Ohio West Palm Beach, Fla. Sherborn, Mass. Detroit, Mich. Oakland, Calif. Ann Arbor, Mich. Loxahatchee, Fla. Lima, Ohio Delphos, Ohio Warren, Mich. Mansfield, Ohio Pemberville, Ohio Convoy, Ohio Lima, Ohio Xenia, Ohio Arcadia, Calif. Ottawa, Ohio Tipp City, Ohio Norco, Calif. Loxahatchee, Fla. Holt, Mich. Fishers, Ind. Nashotah, Wisc. Carroll, Ohio Washington, Pa. Warren, Ohio Sylvania, Ohio Sterling Heights, Mich. Columbus, Ohio Tampa, Fla. Southfield, Mich. Lima, Ohio / Perry

Harrisburg, Pa. Sylvania, Ohio

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BOWLING GREEN FALCONS COACHING INFORMATION/STADIUM FACTS Coaches Information

Head Coach:........................................................................................................................................................... Dave Claswson (Fifth Season) Alma Mater:.............................................................................................................................................................. Williams College (Mass.), ‘89 Hometown:....................................................................................................................................................................................Youngstown, N.Y. Overall Record:.................................................................................................................................................................................80-77 (13 years) School Record:..............................................................................................................................................................................22-28 (Four years) MAC Record:..................................................................................................................................................................................16-16 (Four years)

Previous Coaching Experience

Albany........................................................................................................................Quarterback/Running Backs (1989); Secondary (1990) Buffalo.......................................................................................................................Secondary (1991); Quarterbacks/Runnings Back (1992) Lehigh.......................................................................................................................Running Backs (1993); Offensive Coordinator (1994-95) Villanova............................................................................................................................................................ Offensive Coordinator (1996-98) Fordham............................................................................................................................................................................... Head Coach (1999-03) Richmond............................................................................................................................................................................Head Coach (2004-07) Tennessee................................................................................................................................................................ Offensive Coordinator (2008)

Clawson’s Year-By-Year

Clawson vs. The MAC

vs. Akron...............................................2-0 vs. Ball State.........................................1-0 vs. Buffalo.............................................. 3-1 vs. Central Michigan............................ 1-1 vs. Eastern Michigan...........................1-0 vs. Kent State........................................ 1-3 vs. UMass................................................1-0 vs. Miami................................................ 3-1 vs. Northern Illinois..............................0-1 vs. Ohio................................................... 1-3 vs. Temple............................................... 1-1 vs. Toledo............................................... 1-3 vs. Western Michigan..................0-2

Year 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009 2010 2011 2012 Totals

School Fordham Fordham Fordham Fordham Fordham Richmond Richmond Richmond Richmond Bowling Green Bowling Green Bowling Green Bowling Green (13 Seasons)

Overall 0-11 3-8 7-4 10-3 9-3 3-8 9-4 6-5 11-3 7-6 2-10 5-7 8-5 80-77 (.510)

Conference Bowl 0-6/7th Patriot -1-5/6th Patriot -5-2/3rd Patriot -6-1/T-1st Patriot -4-3/T-3rd Patriot -2-6/5th CAA South -7-1/1st CAA South -3-5/T-4th CAA South -7-1/1st CAA South -6-2/3rd East (L, Humanitarian Bowl) 1-7/t-5th East -3-5/t-4th East -6-2/2nd East (L, Military Bowl) 16-16 (MAC) 0-2

Assistant Coaches

Mike Elko, Defensive Coordinator/Safeties.........................................................................................................................................Penn, ‘99 Warren Ruggiero, Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks....................................................................................................... Delaware, ‘88 Adam Scheier, Special Teams/Tight Ends................................................................................................................................ Dartmouth, ‘95 Mark Carney, Wide Receivers.........................................................................................................................................................Fordham, ‘02 John Hunter, Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator....................................................................................................Bowling Green, ‘88 Bill Durkin, Offensive Line........................................................................................................................................................ Massachusetts, 93 Nick Monroe, Secondary.................................................................................................................................................................... St. Cloud, ‘01 Larry McDaniel, Defensive Line......................................................................................................................................................... Indiana, ‘93 Rob Neviaser, Linebackers..................................................................................................................................................Williams College, ‘93

BGSU All-Time Coaching Records Years

Coach

1919

John Stitt

Seasons Record 1

1920

Walter Jean

1921

Earl Krieger

Pct.

0-3

.000

1

1-4

.200

1

3-1-1

.700

1922

Allen Snyder

1

4-2-1

.643

1923

R.B. McCandless

1

3-5

.375

1924-34

Warren Steller

11

40-21-19

.619

1935-40

Harry Ockerman

6

20-19-9

.510

1941-54

Robert Whittaker

14

66-50-7

.565

1955-64

Doyt Perry

10

77-11-5

.855

1965-67

Bob Gibson

3

19-9

.679

1968-76

Don Nehlen

9

53-35-4

.598

1977-85

Denny Stolz

9

56-45-1

.553

1986-90

Mie Ankney

5

20-31-3

.398

1991-2000 Gary Blackney

10

60-50-2

.540

2001-02

Urban Meyer

2

17-6

.739

2003-07

Gregg Brandon

5

44-30

.613

2009-12

Dave Clawson

4

22-28

.440

Totals

93

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505-351-51 .585

Doyt L. Perry Stadium Capacity:................................................................................................................................................24,000 Surface:................................................................................................................................................FieldTurf First Season in Stadium:.......................................................................................................................... 1966 Record in Stadium:............................................................................................................................147-72-6 Largest Home Crowd:.......................................................................................... 33,527 vs. Toledo (1983) Largest Season Home Attendance:.................................................................................... 114,802 (1985)

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1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 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 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984

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John Stitt Walter Jean Earl C. Krieger Allen Snyder R.B. McCandless Warren E. Steller Warren E. Steller Warren E. Steller Warren E. Steller Warren E. Steller Warren E. Steller Warren E. Steller Warren E. Steller Warren E. Steller Warren E. Steller Warren E. Steller Harry Ockerman Harry Ockerman Harry Ockerman Harry Ockerman Harry Ockerman Harry Ockerman Robert Whittaker Robert Whittaker Robert Whittaker Robert Whittaker Robert Whittaker Robert Whittaker Robert Whittaker Robert Whittaker Robert Whittaker Robert Whittaker Robert Whittaker Robert Whittaker Robert Whittaker Robert Whittaker Doyt L. Perry Doyt L. Perry Doyt L. Perry Doyt L. Perry Doyt L. Perry Doyt L. Perry Doyt L. Perry Doyt L. Perry Doyt L. Perry Doyt L. Perry Bob Gibson Bob Gibson Bob Gibson Don Nehlen Don Nehlen Don Nehlen Don Nehlen Don Nehlen Don Nehlen Don Nehlen Don Nehlen Don Nehlen Denny Stolz Denny Stolz Denny Stolz Denny Stolz Denny Stolz Denny Stolz Denny Stolz Denny Stolz

MAC Finish Overall -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 2-2 0-4 0-6 4-1-1 5-0-1 3-1-2 4-2 6-0 5-1 5-1 5-0-1 4-2 5-1-0 5-1-0 4-2 2-4 3-2-1 4-1 1-4 4-1 3-1-1 2-3 2-3 4-2 4-3 4-3 3-5 3-5 4-4 5-3-1 7-2 7-2 7-2

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- T-4th 7th 8th T-2nd 1st T-2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 1st 1st 3rd 1st T-1st 3rd 5th T-3rd 2nd T-5th 2nd 2nd T-3rd T-4th T-3rd T-5th T-4th T-5th 8th 7th 4th 1st T-2nd 2nd

0-3 1-4 3-1-1 4-2-1 3-5 3-4 3-1-3 4-3-1 5-1-1 5-0-2 4-2-1 6-0-2 3-1-4 3-3-1 2-3-2 2-3-2 1-6 4-2-3 3-4-1 3-2-3 6-1-1 3-4-1 7-1-1 6-2-1 5-3-1 5-3 4-3 5-3 5-5 8-0-1 4-5 3-4-2 4-4-1 7-2 1-8 2-7 7-1-1 8-0-1 6-1-2 7-2 9-0 8-1 8-2 7-1-1 8-2 9-1 7-2 6-3 6-4 6-3-1 6-4 2-6-1 6-4 6-3-1 7-3 6-4-1 8-3 6-5 5-7 4-7 4-7 4-7 5-5-1 7-5 8-3 8-3

Bowl

------------------------------------------Mercy --------------------California ---

Year Coach

1985 Denny Stolz 1986 Moe Ankney 1987 Moe Ankney 1988 Moe Ankney 1989 Moe Ankney 1990 Moe Ankney 1991 Gary Blackney 1992 Gary Blackney 1993 Gary Blackney 1994 Gary Blackney 1995 Gary Blackney 1996 Gary Blackney 1997 Gary Blackney 1998 Gary Blackney 1999 Gary Blackney 2000 Gary Blackney 2001 Urban Meyer 2002 Urban Meyer 2003 Gregg Brandon 2004 Gregg Brandon 2005 Gregg Brandon 2006 Gregg Brandon 2007 Gregg Brandon 2008 Gregg Brandon 2009 Dave Clawson 2010 Dave Clawson 2011 Dave Clawson 2012 Dave Clawson

Date

11/23/61 12/18/82 12/14/85 12/14/91 12/18/92 12/26/03 12/22/04 1/6/08 12/30/09 12/27/12

MAC Finish Overall 9-0 5-3 5-3 1-6-1 5-3 2-4-2 8-0 8-0 5-1-2 7-1 3-5 3-5 3-5 5-3 3-5 1-5 4-2 6-2 7-1 6-2 5-3 3-5 4-2 4-4 6-2 1-7 3-5 6-2

1st T-2nd T-2nd 8th 5th 6th 1st 1st 3rd 2nd 6th T-6th T-4th/East T-3rd/East 5th/East 6th/East T-2nd/East 3rd/West 1st/West 3rd/West T-1st/East T-3rd/East T-1st/East T-2nd/East 3rd/East t-5th/East t-4th/East 2nd/East

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

Bowl Results (4-6-0)

Bowl

Opponent

Mercy Fresno State California Fresno State California Fresno State California Raisin Fresno State Las Vegas Nevada Motor City Northwestern GMAC Memphis GMAC Tulsa Roady’s Humanitarian Idaho Military Bowl San Jose State

Bowl

California -----California Raisin Las Vegas ----------Motor City GMAC --GMAC -Humanitarian --Military

Result

L, 6-36 L, 28-29 L, 7-51 W, 28-21 W, 35-34 W, 28-24 W, 52-35 L, 7-63 L, 42-43 L, 20-29

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BOWLING GREEN FALCONS BOWLING GREEN SCHOOL RECORDS Game

Individual

Bowling Green Career Leaders

Total Offense..................................................................................... 527, Josh Harris vs. Northern Illinois (2003) Yards Rushing.............................................................................................225, Darryl Story vs. Ball State (1983) Rushing Attempts...................................................................................... 46, Bryant Jones vs. Kent State (1981) Yards Passing...................................................................................... 505, Tyler Sheehan at Kent State (2009) Pass Attempts........................................................................................63, Tyler Sheehan at Kent State (2009) Pass Completions..................................................................................44, Tyler Sheehan at Kent State (2009) Yards Receiving................................................................................. 278, Freddie Barnes at Kent State (2009) Receptions............................................................................................. 22, Freddie Barnes at Kent State (2009)

1................................................................10,465, Tyler Sheehan (2006-09) 2. ..................................................................... 9,976, Josh Harris (2000-03) 3................................................................9,775, Brian McClure (1982-1985) 4....................................................................7,389, Omar Jacobs (2003-05) 5........................................................................6,527, Rich Dackin (1986-89) 6.........................................................................6,329, Mark Miller (1974-77) 7..........................................................................6,226, Erik White (1989-92)

Season

Passing Yards

Total Offense.......................................................................................................................4,643, Josh Harris (2003) Yards Rushing........................................................................................................................1,444, Fred Durig (1951) Rushing Attempts.............................................................................................................324, Dave Preston (1974) Rushing Touchdowns.............................................................................................................20, Josh Harris (2002) Yards Passing...............................................................................................................4,051, Tyler Sheehan (2009) Pass Attempts.................................................................................................................575, Tyler Sheehan (2009) Pass Completions...........................................................................................................373, Tyler Sheehan (2009) Touchdown Passes.............................................................................................................. 41, Omar Jacobs (2004) Yards Receiving......................................................................................................... 1,770, Freddie Barnes (2009) Receptions.......................................................................................................................155, Freddie Barnes (2009) Touchdown Catches.......................................................................................................19, Freddie Barnes (2009) Interceptions............................................................................................................................12, Max Minnich (1948) Points.........................................................................................................................................134, Josh Harris (2002)

Career

Total Offense.......................................................................................................10,465, Tyler Sheehan (2006-09) Yards Rushing...........................................................................................................3,424, Dave Preston (1973-76) Rushing Attempts.......................................................................................................830, Dave Preston (1973-76) Rushing Touchdowns......................................................................................................43, Josh Harris (2000-03) Yards Passing........................................................................................................10,280, Brian McClure (1982-85) Pass Attempts....................................................................................................... 1,494, Tyler Sheehan (2006-09) Pass Completions................................................................................................... 966, Tyler Sheehan (2006-09) Touchdown Passes........................................................................................................71, Omar Jacobs (2003-05) Yards Receiving..................................................................................................3,450, Charles Sharon (2002-05) Receptions...............................................................................................................297, Freddie Barnes (2006-09) Touchdown Catches................................................................................................34, Charles Sharon (2002-05) Points......................................................................................................................... 361, Shaun Suisham (2001-04)

Team

Total Offense

1.................................................................. 10,280, Brian McClure (1982-85) 2.................................................................10,117, Tyler Sheehan (2006-09) 3............................................................... 7,832, Matt Schilz (2010-present) 4....................................................................... 7,503, Josh Harris (2000-03) 5................................................................... 6,938, Omar Jacobs (2003-05) 6....................................................................... 6,862, Rich Dackin (1986-89) 7..........................................................................6,072, Erik White (1989-92)

Receiving Yards

1................................................................3,450, Charles Sharon (2002-05) 2.............................................................. 3,290, Freddie Barnes (2006-09) 3......................................................................2,726, Robert Redd (1998-02) 4.......................................................................2,679, Stan Hunter (1982-85) 5..................................................................2,507, Mark Szlachcic (1989-93) 6....................................................................2,491, Ronald Heard (1986-89) 7.....................................................................2,385, Cole Magner (2001-04) 8................................................................. 2,324, Steve Sanders (2002-05) 9.............................................................................2,268, Jeff Groth (1975-78) 10..............................................................2,231, Reggie Thornton (1986-89) 11.....................................................................2,198, Kamar Jorden (2008-11)

Rushing Yards

1........................................................................3,423, Dave Preston (1973-76) 2..............................................................................3,239, Paul Miles (1971-73) 3.............................................................................. 3,116, P.J. Pope (2002-05) 4...........................................................................2,564, Fred Durig (1950-52) 5......................................................................... 2,473, Josh Harris (2000-03)

Receptions

Points .......................................................................................................................................... 151, vs. Findlay (1921) Total Offense................................................................................................................ 706, vs. Grand Valley (1978) Yards Rushing....................................................................................................................... 496, vs. Marshall (1968) Yards Passing................................................................................................................................479, vs. Ohio (1985) First Downs..................................................................................................................................... 37, vs. Ohio (2002) Total Defense........................................................................................................................... 15, vs. Defiance (1956) Rushing Defense...................................................................................................................... -64, vs. Miami (2005) Passing Defense........ 0, vs. Kent State (1988), UT-Arlington (1975), Dayton (1965), Baldwin-Wallace (1954)

1................................................................... 297, Freddie Barnes (2006-09) 2...................................................................232, Charles Sharon (2002-05) 3.........................................................................215, Cole Magner (2001-04) 4...........................................................................211, Robert Redd (1998-02) 5t..................................................................... 182, Mark Szlachcic (1989-92) 5t.................................................................. 182, Corey Patridge (2005-08) 7........................................................................... 176, Stan Hunter (1982-85) 8........................................................................174, Kamar Jorden (2008-11) 9...................................................................158, Reggie Thornton (1986-89) 10................................................................... 156, Steve Sanders (2002-05)

Season

Scoring

Game

Points............................................................................................................................................................. 532, (2004) Total Offense.............................................................................................................................................6,956 (2003) Yards Rushing.............................................................................................................................................2,875 (1956) Yards Passing........................................................................................................................................... 4,206 (2003) First Downs.................................................................................................................................................... 375 (2003) Total Defense................................................................................................................................................1,151, (1983) Rushing Defense........................................................................................................................................... 788, (1962) Passing Defense............................................................................................................................................ 553, (1955) Consecutive Wins......................................................................................18 games (Nov. 8, 1958 - Nov. 5, 1960)

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1.....................................................................361, Shaun Suisham (2001-04) 2...........................................................................284, Josh Harris (2000-03) 3.................................................................. 248, Freddie Barnes (2006-09) 4......................................................................... 247, Brian Leaver (1991-94) 5........................................................................246, Dave Preston (1973-76) 6..............................................................................246, P.J. Pope (2002-05) 7........................................................................231, Gehad Youssef (1981-84) 8........................................................................ 216, Jason Strasser (1996-99) 9....................................................................212, Charles Sharon (2002-05) 10...................................................................204, Bernard White (1984-85)

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Buffalo senior linebacker Khalil Mack

Satish K. Tripathi President

UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO

Location: ...........................................................................................................Buffalo, N.Y. President:....................................................................................................Satish K. Tripathi Director of Athletics:.......................................................................................Danny White Head Coach:...........................................................................................................Jeff Quinn Faculty Representative:.................................................................................. Jim Atwood Enrollment:....................................................................................................................28,952 Founded:............................................................................................................................1846 Nickname:......................................................................................................................... Bulls Colors:.......................................................................................Blue (293 PMS) and White Stadium: (Capacity):....................................................................... UB Stadium (29,013) Website:........................................................................................... www.buffalobulls.com

Danny White Director of Athletics

TEAM FACTS

Offense:....................................................................................................................... Multiple Defense:...................................................................................................................... Multiple 2012 Record:........................................................................................................................4-8 2012 Conference Record/Finish:..................................................................3-5/t-4th East Last Bowl Appearance:........................................................International Bowl (2009) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:.....................................................................................54/17 Starters Returning/Lost:...................................................................................................17/6 All-Time Record:.................................................................................................345-490-28 All-Time MAC Record:..................................................................................................27-85 MAC Championships/Last:........................................................................................ 1/2008

Jeff Quinn Head Coach

SPORTS INFORMATION

Football Contact:...................................................................................................Jon Fuller Office Phone:..................................................................................................... 716.645.6762 Office Fax:..........................................................................................................716.645.6840 Cell Phone:..........................................................................................................716.359.2728 E-Mail:...................................................................................................jfuller3@buffalo.edu UB Stadium Press Box:....................................................................................716.645.6837

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BUFFALO BULLS TEAM INFORMATION Date Opponent Sat., Aug. 31 at Ohio State Sat., Sept. 7 at Baylor Sat., Sept. 14 Stony Brook Sat., Sept. 28 UConn Sat., Oct. 5 *Eastern Michigan Sat., Oct. 12 *at Western Michigan Sat., Oct. 19 *UMass Sat., Oct. 26 *at Kent State Tue., Nov. 5 *Ohio Tue., Nov. 12 *at Toledo Tue., Nov. 19 *at Miami Fri., Nov. 29 *Bowling Green *Mid-American Conference game

Primary Media Outlets UB Sports Information Football Contact: Jon Fuller 28 Alumni Arena Buffalo, NY, 14260 Phone: 716.645.6762 jfuller3@buffalo.edu

Newspaper

The Buffalo News Beat Writer: Bob DiCesare One News Plaza Buffalo, NY 14240 Phone: 716.849.4463 bdicesare19@yahoo.com Tonawanda News Beat Writer: Matt Parrino 435 River Road North Tonawanda, NY 14120 Phone: 716.693.1000 matt.parrino@tonawanda-news.com The Spectrum University at Buffalo Student Activity Center Buffalo, NY 14260 Phone: 716.645.2468 spectrum-news@buffalo.edu

Radio

WHLD-AM (1270 AM) Director: John Hager john.hager@cumulus.com Play-by-Play: Paul Peck pdpspts@gmail.com 50 James E. Casey Drive Buffalo, NY 14206 Phone: 716.888.9718 WECK-AM (1230 AM) Director: Scott Wilson 2900 Genesee Street Cheektowaga, NY 14225 Phone: 716.783.9210

Television

WGRZ-TV Sports Producer: Adam Benigni 259 Delaware Ave. Buffalo, NY 14202 Phone: 716.849.2219 abenigni@wgrz.gannett.com WIVB-TV Sports Producer: Steve Vesey 2077 Elmwood Ave. Buffalo, NY 14202 Phone: 716.879.4994 steve.vesey@wivb.com WKBW-TV Sports Producer: Jeff Russo 7 Broadcast Plaza Buffalo, NY 14202 Phone: 716.840.7799 jrusso@wkbw.com Time Warner 13 Sports Producer: Rick Karnath 795 Indian Church Rd. West Seneca, NY 14224 Phone: 716.558.8270 rick.karnath@twcable.com

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Pos.

Jasen Carlson Andre Davis Cordero Dixon Jimmy Gordon Fred Lee Joe Licata Alex Neutz Branden Oliver Trevor Sales

OL OL WR TE WR QB WR RB OL

Defense (8)

Pos.

Okoye Houston Najja Johnson Cortney Lester Khalil Mack Witney Sherry Lee Skinner Jake Stockman Colby Way

S DB DB LB S LB LB DE

Specialists (2)

Pos.

Patrick Clarke Tyler Grassman

Starters Lost (6)

Pos.

Defense (4)

Pos.

Wyatt Cahill Steve Means Isaac Baugh Willie Moseley

Television Series ESPN2 First Meeting FOX Sports Net Baylor leads series 2-0 ESPN3 Buffalo leads series 1-0 TBA UConn leads 16-4-0 ESPN Regional EMU leads series 5-0 TBA WMU leads 5-1 TW Cable Sports Series tied 5-5 TBA Kent State leads series 10-9 ESPN2/ESPNU Ohio leads 12-7 ESPNU/ESPN3 Toledo leads 6-2 ESPN2/ESPNU Miami leads 12-3 ESPNU/ESPN3 BGSU leads 7-3

2012 Statistics

Started all 12 games at left guard last season Started all 12 games at left tackle last season 10 rec. 96 yards, 9.6 avg. Started 10 games, 17 rec., 162 yds., 2 TDs 17 rec., 261 yds., 15.4 avg., 1 TD 86-163 passing, 1,045 yds., 7 TDs 65 rec., 1,015 yds., 15.6 avg., 11 TDs 148 att., 821 yds., 5.5 avg., 5 TDs Started all 12 games at center last season

2012 Statistics

27 tackles, 3.0 tfl, 1.0 sack, 1 INT, 1 pass defensed 43 tackles, 0.5 tfl, 5 INT, 11 passes defensed 39 tackles, 4 INT, 10 passes defensed 94 tackles, 21.0 tfl, 8.0 sacks, 2 passes defensed, 4 forced fumbles 40 tackles, 3 passes defensed 89 tackles, 8.5 tfl, 5.0 sacks, 1 pass defensed, 1 forced fumble 59 tackles, 4.0 tfl, 2.5 sacks, 2 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble 58 tackles, 10.5 tfl, 7.0 sacks, 1 INT, 3 passes defensed

2012 Statistics

PK P

Offense (2)

Gokhan Ozkan Graham Whinery

Time Noon ET 3:30 pm ET 3:30 pm ET 3:30 pm ET Noon ET 2:00 pm ET 3:30 pm ET Noon ET 8:00 pm ET 7:30 pm ET 8:00 pm ET TBA

2013 Squad Breakdown

Starters Returning (19) Offense (9)

2013 Schedule

OL OL

DT DE LB LB

11-15 FGs, 28-29 PATs, 61 points 80 punts, 2,828 yds., 35.3 avg., 19 In20

2012 Statistics

Started all 12 games at right tackle last season Started all 12 games at right guard last season

2012 Statistics

27 tackles, 0.5 tfl, 1 pass defensed 77 tackles, 11.0 tfl, 6.5 sacks, 2 passes defensed, 3 blocked kicks 37 tackles, 21 solo, 1.5 tfl, 2 pbu 51 tackles, 25 solo, 5.5 tfl, 2.5 sacks, INT, 4 qbh

2012 Results (4-8, 3-5 MAC)

Date Opponent September 1 at Georgia September 8 Morgan State September 19 *Kent State September 29 at UConn October 6 *at Ohio October 13 *at Northern Illinois October 20 Pittsburgh October 27 *Toledo November 3 *Miami November 10 *Western Michigan November 17 *at UMass November 23 *at Bowling Green *Mid-American Conference game

Score Total Off. L, 23-45 347 W, 56-34 571 L, 7-23 281 L, 17-24 361 L, 31-38 501 L, 3-45 337 L, 6-20 334 L, 20-25 372 W, 27-24 352 W, 29-24 453 W, 29-19 405 L, 7-21 197

Total Def. 485 366 404 360 333 460 254 412 340 376 264 310

Att. 92,446 15,570 14,373 34,666 20,044 14,419 17,021 10,658 10,817 11,012 12,649 11,846

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Name Pos. Yr. Natey Adjei* WR Sr. Okezie Alozie* DB So. Jessie Back OL So. Beau Bachtelle DL Sr. Marqus Baker* DB R-Fr. Gabriel Barbe** OL Jr. Dalton Barksdale** DL Jr. Blake Bean LB Jr. Tomarris Bell DB Sr. Brandon Berry DB R-Fr. Robert Blodgett OL So. Andrew Borruso OL R-Fr. Patrick Brennan RB Sr. Derek Brim** DB Sr. Boomer Brock FB Sr. Devin Campbell RB So. Jasen Carlson*** OL Sr. Patrick Clarke** K Jr. Dan Collura OL R-Fr. Jaden Cotton OL R-Fr. James Coleman RB Fr. Brandon Crawford LB LB Andrew Dadeboe DB Fr. Tony Daniel* QB So. Andre Davis** OL Jr. Xavier Davis DL Fr. Alex Dennison*** TE Sr. Cordero Dixon** WR Jr. John Dunmore* WR Jr. Jamarl Eiland WR Fr. Waylon Fink LB R-Fr. Chris Ford DL Fr. Jarrett Franklin LB Fr. Nick Gilbo LB So. Houston Glass DB Fr. Jimmy Gordon*** TE Sr. Corbin Grassman LS Fr. Tyler Grassman* P So. Dillon Guy** OL Jr. Ed Harof TE Sr. Okoye Houston*** DB Sr. Devon Hughes** WR Jr. Jordon Johnson RB R-Fr. Najja Johnson** DB Sr. Rudy Johnson** WR So. John Kling* OL So. Carlos Lammons*** DB Sr. Fred Lee*** WR Sr. Cortney Lester** DB Jr. Joe Licata* QB So. Greg Lis LB Fr. Tedroy Lynch DE Fr. Khalil Mack*** LB Sr. Brandon Manosalvas OL Fr. Jacob Martinez WR Fr. Albert McCoy DL R-Fr. Marcus McGill* WR So.

Ht./Wt. 6-0/180 6-0/200 6-4/294 6-5/272 5-10/177 6-6/298 6-3/297 6-1/232 5-11/185 6-0/205 6-5/306 6-2/292 5-9/200 6-0/188 5-10/250 5-11/195 6-1/301 6-1/197 6-6/272 6-5/329 6-1/200 6-2/235 5-11/180 6-5/203 6-4/303 6-2/280 6-1/246 5-11/186 6-0/177 6-1/185 6-5/230 6-3/300 6-3/205 6-1/240 6-2/185 6-5/260 6-2/215 6-1/190 6-4/318 6-0/238 6-0/201 6-0/190 6-0/213 6-0/182 6-1/186 6-7/315 5-8/176 6-2/201 6-0/179 6-2/217 6-1/220 6-2/245 6-3/245 6-4/280 6-0/180 6-4/276 6-1/211

Hometown Mississauga, Ontario Bethlehem, PA Cincinnati, OH Tuolumne, CA Tampa, FL Montreal, Quebec Detroit, MI Wichita, KS Rochester, NY Detroit, MI Lima, NY Oceanside, NY Staten Island, NY Buffalo, NY Elma, NY Youngstown, OH Jamestown, NY New Castle, DE Elkridge, MD Depew, NY Queens Village, NY Madison, FL York, PA Hiram, GA Cheektowaga, NY Atlanta, GA Irwin, PA Suwanee, GA Syracuse, NY Canton, MI Greensburg, PA Medina, OH St. Charles, MO Port Henry, NY Kentwood, MI Patchogue, NY Alexander, OH Columbus, OH Hamilton, Ontario Williamsville, NY Greenville, SC Tyrone, GA Amherst, NY Atlanta, GA Owings Mills, MD Cheektowaga, NY Pahokee, FL Chester, SC Miramar, FL Williamsville, NY Lincoln Park, NJ Shiremanstown, PA Fort Pierce, FL Paramus, NJ South Port, FL St. Petersburg, FL Rochester, NY

No. 6 26 19 32 87 57 42 66 60 52 1 29 54 35 47 80 87 71 40 85 11 10 67 24 26 97 90 38 9 28 49 51 14 52 34 72 89 86 98 15

Name Pos. Yr. Collin Michael QB R-Fr. Brandon Murie*** RB Sr. Alex Neutz*** WR Sr. Branden Oliver*** RB Sr. Brian Orzechowski P Jr. Kendall Patterson DL So. Ryan Paxson LB Jr. Max Perisse DL R-Fr. Jake Pickett OL So. Travis Pitzonka* LB So. James Potts* RB Jr. Adam Redden** DB Sr. Robert Reiss OL R-Fr. William Rembert DB R-Fr. Kendall Roberson** LB Jr. Malcolm Robinson WR R-Fr. Boise Ross WR Fr. Trevor Sales* OL Jr. Joe Schillace RB Fr. Mason Schreck TE R-Fr. Jordan Shay WR R-So. Witney Sherry** DB Jr. Jake Silas** OL Jr. Lee Skinner** LB Jr. Alexander Small DB R-Fr. Zach Smekal DL Fr. Kristjan Sokoli** DL Jr. C.J. Stancil DB R-Fr. Jake Stockman** LB Jr. Dwellie Striggles** DB Jr. Keith Takeh DB Jr. Brandon Tammaro LB So. Anthone Taylor* RB So. Todd Therrien DL So. Colby Way*** DL Sr. Lance Weaver OL Sr. Matt Weiser* TE So. Ron Willoughby* WR So. Kyle Winfield DL Sr. Alex Zordich*** QB Sr.

Ht./Wt. 6-5/224 5-9/186 6-3/205 5-8/202 6-3/222 6-0/254 6-6/230 6-4/252 6-0/273 6-1/220 5-11/196 6-1/193 6-2/280 6-1/175 6-2/227 6-1/189 5-11/180 6-2/318 6-1/230 6-5/231 6-0/185 6-0/185 6-7/316 6-2/226 5-11/195 6-4/255 6-5/287 5-11/184 6-2/235 5-10/185 5-9/183 6-3/225 5-10/204 6-1/301 6-4/276 6-3/266 6-5/244 6-4/202 6-0/285 6-3/222

Hometown Lexington, OH Elma, NY Grand Island, NY Miami, FL Lockport, NY Abingdon, MD Brighton, MI Downingtown, PA Owego, NY Lancaster, NY Boynton Beach, FL Amherst, NY Weehawken, NJ Southfield, MI Decatur, GA Canton, OH Bethlehem, PA La Porte, IN Auburn, NY Medina, OH Elmira, NY Miami, FL Portland, MI Dayton, OH Reseda, CA Medford, NJ Bloomfield, NJ Chesterfield, VA Joliet, IL Lauderhill, FL Hollywood, FL Plymouth, MI Huber Heights, OH Williamsville, NY State College, PA Adams Center, NY Womelsdorf, PA Avon Lake, OH Amherst, NY Youngstown, OH

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BUFFALO BULLS COACHING INFORMATION/STADIUM FACTS Coaches Information

Head Coach:.................................................................................................................................................................Jeff Quinn (Fourth Season) Alma Mater:............................................................................................................................................................................Elmhurst College, ’84 Hometown:.................................................................................................................................................................................................Berwyn, Ill. Overall Record:.........................................................................................................................................................................10-28 (Fourth Year) School Record:.............................................................................................................................................................................9-27 (Fourth Year) MAC Record:................................................................................................................................................................................ 6-18 (Fourth Year)

Previous Coaching Experience

DePauw.....................................................................................................................................................................Graduate Assistant (1984-85) Ohio Northern...................................................................................................................................................................Offensive Line (1986-88) Grand Valley........................................................................... Associate Head Coach/Offensive Line/Recruiting Coordinator (1989-03) Central Michigan............................................................................................................... Associate Head Coach/Offensive Line (2004-05) Central Michigan..................................................................................... Associate Head Coach/Offensive Coord./Offensive Line (2006) Cincinnati.................................................................................................................... Offensive Coordinator and Offensive Line (2007-09)

Quinn’s Year-By-Year

Year School Overall Conference Bowl 2006 Central Michigan (Interim H.C.) 1-0 0-0 1-0 (Motor City Bowl) 2009 Cincinnati (Interim H.C.) 0-1 0-0 0-1 (AllState Sugar Bowl) 2010 Buffalo 2-10 1-7/t-5th East -Quinn vs. The MAC 2011 Buffalo 3-9 2-6/6th East -Buffalo 4-8 3-5/t-4th East -vs. Akron................................................. 1-1 2012 (3 Years) 10-28 (.263) 6-18 (.250) 1-1 (.500) vs. Ball State........................................0-2 Totals vs. Bowling Green................................ 1-2 Assistant Coaches vs. Central Michigan......................... 0-0 Alex Wood, Offensive Coordinator/Wide Receivers...........................................................................................................................Iowa, ‘79 vs. Eastern Michigan..........................0-2 Lou Tepper, Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers..........................................................................................................................Rutgers, ‘67 vs. Kent State........................................0-1 Adam Shorter, Offensive Line / Run Game Coordinator...................................................................................................... Cincinnati, ‘04 vs. Miami................................................ 1-2 Jappy Oliver, Asst. Head Coach / Defensive Line / Pro Liaison.................................................................................................Purdue, ‘78 vs. UMass................................................1-0 vs. Northern Illinois.............................0-3 Don Patterson, Quarterbacks.................................................................................................................................................................Army, ‘73 vs. Ohio................................................... 1-2 Marty Spieler, Tight Ends / Special Teams Coordinator.........................................................................................Allegheny College, ‘04 vs. Temple.............................................0-2 Mike Dietzel, Safeties / Co-Special Teams Coordinator...........................................................................................................Otterbein, ‘85 vs. Toledo...............................................0-1 Matt Simon, Running Backs....................................................................................................................................... Eastern New Mexico, ‘76 Maurice Linguist, Cornerbacks.............................................................................................................................................................Baylor, ‘06 vs. Western Michigan................1-0

Buffalo All-Time Coaching Records

Years Coach Seasons Record Pct. 1894-96 No Coach 3 1-2-4 .429 1897 C.W. Dibble 1 7-0 1.000 1898-1902 No Coach 5 17-8-3 .661 1903 Ray Turnbull 1 3-3 .500 1904-1914 No Varsity Teams 1915 Frank Pleasant 1 3-3 .500 1916-21 Art Powell 6 13-22-5 .388 1922 Jim Batterson 1 1-5 .167 1923 James Bond 1 2-5-1 .313 1924-28 Russ Carrick 5 5-30-2 .162 1929-30 Jay “Biffy” Lee 2 8-7 .533 1931 Bill Pritchard 1 2-6 .250 1932-33 Jim Wilson 2 3-8-3 .321 1934-35 George Van Bibber 2 4-10-1 .409 1936-47 Jim Peele 9 38-34-1 .527 1948-49 Frank Clair 2 12-4-1 .735 1950-51 Jim Wilson 2 12-15-3 .450 1952-54 Fritz Febel 3 4-19-1 .188 1955-65 Dick Offenhamer 11 58-37-5 .605 1966-68 Doc Urich 3 18-12-0 .600 1969-70 Dob Deming 2 8-12 .400 1971-76 No Football 1977-89 Bill Dando 13 59-64-1 .480 1990-91 Sam Sanders 2 5-15 .250 1992-94 Jim Ward 3 8-24 .250 1995-00 Craig Cirbus 6 19-47 .288 2001-05 Jim Hofher 5 8-49 .140 2005-09 Turner Gill 4 20-30 .400 2010-12 Jeff Quinn 3 9-27 .250 Totals 99 345-490-28 .416

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UB Stadium Capacity:..................................................................................................................................................29,013 Surface:........................................................................................................................ Sportexe Momentum First Season in Stadium:...........................................................................................................................1993 Record in Stadium:.................................................................................................................................. 33-71 Largest Home Crowd:...................................................................................... 29,795 vs. Temple (2006) Largest Season Home Attendance:.................................................................................. 101,545 (2008)

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BUFFALO BULLS Year-By-Year Record/Bowl Records Year Coach

1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 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 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959

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No Coach -- No Coach -- No Coach -- C.W. Dibble -- No Coach -- No Coach -- No Coach -- No Coach -- No Coach -- Raymond Turnbull -- No Official Varisty Team No Official Varisty Team No Official Varisty Team No Official Varisty Team No Official Varisty Team No Official Varisty Team No Official Varisty Team No Official Varisty Team No Official Varisty Team No Official Varisty Team No Official Varisty Team Frank Pleasant -- Art Powell -- Art Powell -- Art Powell -- Art Powell -- Art Powell -- Art Powell -- Jim Batterson -- James Bond -- Russ Carrick -- Russ Carrick -- Russ Carrick -- Russ Carrick -- Russ Carrick -- Jay “Biffy” Lee -- Jay “Biffy” Lee -- Bill Pritchard -- Jim Wilson -- Jim Wilson -- George Van Bibber -- George Van Bibber -- Jim Peelle -- Jim Peelle -- Jim Peelle -- Jim Peelle -- Jim Peelle -- Jim Peelle -- Jim Peelle -- No Games Played No Games Played No Games Played Jim Peelle -- Jim Peelee -- Frank Clair -- Frank Clair -- Jim Wilson -- Jim Wilson -- Fritz Febel -- Fritz Febel -- Fritz Febel -- Dick Offenhamer -- Dick Offenhamer -- Dick Offenhamer -- Dick Offenhamer -- Dick Offenhamer --

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

0-1-1 0-1-1 0-2-2 7-0-0 4-1 6-1-1 3-2-2 4-2 1-4-1 4-4

Bowl

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

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

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Year Coach

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 2011 2012

Dick Offenhamer Dick Offenhamer Dick Offenhamer Dick Offenhamer Dick Offenhamer Dick Offenhamer Doc Urich Doc Urich Doc Urich Bob Deming Bob Deming No Varsity Football No Varsity Football No Varsity Football No Varsity Football No Varsity Football No Varsity Football Bill Dando Bill Dando Bill Dando Bill Dando Bill Dando Bill Dando Bill Dando Bill Dando Bill Dando Bill Dando Bill Dando Bill Dando Bill Dando Sam Sanders Sam Sanders Jim Ward Jim Ward Jim Ward Craig Cirbus Craig Cirbus Craig Cirbus Craig Cirbus Craig Cirbus Craig Cirbus Jim Hofher Jim Hofher Jim Hofher Jim Hofher Jim Hofher Turner Gill Turner Gill Turner Gill Turner Gill Jeff Quinn Jeff Quinn Jeff Quinn

Date

01/03/09

MAC Finish Overall -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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4-6 4-5 6-3 5-3-1 4-4-1 5-3-2 5-5 6-4 7-3 6-3 2-9

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

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 7th/East 5th/East 6th/East 7th/East T-6th/East 6th/East 5th/East 6th/East 3rd/East 1st/East 5th/East t-5th/East 6th/East t-4th/East

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

Bowl Results (0-1-0)

Bowl

International

Opponent Connecticut

Bowl

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Result L, 20-38

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BUFFALO BULLS BUFFALO SCHOOL RECORDS Game

Buffalo Career Leaders

Individual

Total Offense............................................................................................... 536, Cliff Scott vs. New Haven (1992) Yards Rushing...................................................................................................266, Alan Bell vs. Duquesne (1991) Rushing Attempts................................................................................. 43, James Starks vs. Connecticut (2008) Yards Passing............................................................................................. 490, Cliff Scott vs. New Haven (1992) Pass Attempts...........................................................................................................58, Cliff Scott vs. Maine (1993) Pass Completions........................................................................................34, Drew Willy vs. Kent State (2007) Yards Receiving..............................................................................................218, Joe D’Amico vs. Cortland (1981) Receptions...................................... 13, Chaz Ahmed vs. Mercyhurst (1990); James Starks vs. Arkon (2008)

Season

Total Offense.......................................................................................................................3,189, Drew Willy (2008) Yards Rushing...............................................................................................................1,395, Branden Oliver (2011) Rushing Attempts......................................................................................................... 306, Branden Oliver (2011) Rushing Touchdowns................................................................ 16, Leeland Jones (1966); James Starks (2008) Yards Passing.................................................................................................................... 3,304, Drew Willy (2008) Pass Attempts.......................................................................................................................468, Drew Willy (2008) Pass Completions.................................................................................................................304, Drew Willy (2008) Touchdown Passes................................................................................................................. 25, Drew Willy (2008) Yards Receiving................................................................................................. 1,402, Naaman Roosevelt (2008) Receptions.............................................................................................................. 104, Naaman Roosevelt (2008) Touchdown Catches............................................................................................... 13, Naaman Roosevelt (2008) Interceptions...........................................................................................................................13, Steve Nappo (1986) Points.................................................................................................................................... 102, James Starks (2008)

Career

Total Offense...............................................................................................................8,639, Drew Willy (2005-08) Yards Rushing..........................................................................................................3,140, James Starks (2006-pr.) Rushing Attempts..................................................................................................... 812, Anthony Swan (1994-97) Rushing Touchdowns..................................................................................................34, James Starks (2006-pr.) Yards Passing.............................................................................................................. 8,748, Drew Willy (2005-08) Pass Attempts..............................................................................................................1,322, Drew Willy (2005-08) Pass Completions.......................................................................................................... 849, Drew Willy (2005-08) Touchdown Passes...........................................................................................................52, Drew Willy (2005-08) Yards Receiving...........................................................................................3,551, Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09) Receptions.......................................................................................................268, Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09) Touchdown Catches....................................................................................... 27, Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09) Points...............................................................................................................................265, A.J. Principe (2007-10)

Game

Team

Points .............................................................................................................................................81, vs. Hobert (1918) Total Offense...........................................................................................................................628, vs. Canisius (1998) Yards Rushing.........................................................................................................................486, vs. Canisius (1998) Yards Passing.................................................................................................................490, vs. New Haven (1992) First Downs...........................................................................................................................32, vs. Mercyhurst (1990) Total Defense.............................................................................................................................84, vs. Hofstra (1992) Rushing Defense..................................................................................................................... -40, vs. Hofstra (1992) Passing Defense..............................................................................................................................................2, vs. Ohio (2001)

Season

Points.............................................................................................................................................................424, (2008) Total Offense.............................................................................................................................................5,184, (2008) Yards Rushing............................................................................................................................................2,463, (1998) Yards Passing............................................................................................................................................3,326 (2008) First Downs................................................................................................................................................... 279, (2008) Total Defense.............................................................................................................................................. 2,717, (1984) Rushing Defense.........................................................................................................................................1,224, (1986) Passing Defense..........................................................................................................................................1,245, (1988) Consecutive Wins........................................................................................................................................8, (1897-98)

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Total Offense

1........................................................................ 8,639, Drew Willy (2005-08) 2. ...........................................................................8,479, Cliff Scott (1991-94) 3...................................................................6,466, Marty Barrett (1980-83) 4...........................................................................5,573, Joe Freedy (1998-01) 5..................................................................4,879, Chad Salisbury (1997-98) 6........................................................................4,186, Frank Reilly (1988-90) 7..............................................................................3,345, Ken Hyer (1981-84) 8................................................................... 3,320, Jim Rodriguez (1978-80) 9...................................................................3,149, Anthony Swan (1994-97) 10...................................................................3,145, James Starks (2006-08)

Passing Yards

1.........................................................................8,748, Drew Willy (2005-08) 2............................................................................. 7,578, Cliff Scott (1991-94) 3................................................................... 6,945, Marty Barrett (1980-83) 4...................................................................... 5,912, Joe Freedy (1998-2001) 5..................................................................4,947, Chad Salisbury (1997-98) 6.......................................................................4,255, Frank Reilly (1988-90) 7.............................................................................3,420, Ken Hyer (1981-84) 8....................................................................3,401, Jim Rodriguez (1978-80) 9...................................................................3,154, Randall Secky (2001-04) 10..................................................................... 3,143, Mark Taylor (1993-96)

Receiving Yards

1.........................................................3,551, Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09) 2................................................................. 3,409, Drew Haddad (1996-99) 3.................................................................... 2,331, Chris D’Amico (1980-84) 4..................................................................... 2,260, Kail Watkins (1995-98) 5...................................................................2,190, Brett Hamlin (2005-09) 6..................................................................... 2,105, Rusty Knapp (1990-93) 7..............................................................2,070, Alex Neutz (2010-present) 8..........................................................................1,810, Frank Price (1977-80) 9.......................................................................1,775, Andre Forde (1999-02) 10.....................................................................1,716, Chaz Ahmed (1987-90)

Rushing Yards

1..................................................................... 3,140, James Starks (2006-08) 2...................................................................3,103, Anthony Swan (1994-97) 3............................................................................ 3,022, Alan Bell (1989-92) 4....................................................... 2,514, Branden Oliver (2010-present) 5..............................................................2,062, O.D. Underwood (1986-87) 6............................................................................. 1,570, Lee Jones (1965-67) 7.........................................................................1,559, Willie Evans (1957-59) 8.................................................................. 1,528, Derrick Gordon (1998-01) 9............................................................................. 1,488, Josh Roth (1996-99) 10................................................................ 1,439, Aaron Leeper (2002-04)

Receptions

1...........................................................268, Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09) 2.....................................................................240, Drew Haddad (1996-99) 3.......................................................................185, Brett Hamlin (2005-09) 4.......................................................................... 145, Kali Watkins (1995-98) 5........................................................................143, Chris D’Amico (1980-84) 6...................................................................134, Alex Neutz (2010-present) 7.........................................................................129, Rusty Knapp (1990-93) t-8......................................................................... 125, Frank Price (1977-80) t-8.......................................................................125, Andre Forde (1999-02) 10.................................................................... 119, Matt Knueven (2001-04)

Scoring

1.......................................................................... 224, A.J. Principe (2007-10) 2.......................................................................222, James Starks (2006-08) 3................................................................................. 184, Alan Bell (1989-92) 4......................................................................180, Anthony Swan (1994-97) t-5........................................................ 174, Naaman Roosevelt (2006-09) t-5........................................................................... 174, Lee Jonesa (1965-67) 7...................................................................152, O.D. Underwood (1986-87) 8...........................................................................147, Dallas Pelz (2000-03) 9..........................................................................135, Mark Mozrall (1991-94) 10...................................................................134, Pat Whitehead (1980-82)

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KENT STATE GOLDEN FLASHES

Kent State senior wide receiver/running back Dri Archer

Dr. Lester A. Lefton President

KENT STATE UNIVERSITY

Location: ...............................................................................................................Kent, Ohio President:...............................................................................................Dr. Lester A. Lefton Director of Athletics:.......................................................................................... Joel Nielsen Head Coach:..................................................................... Paul Haynes (Kent State, ‘93) Faculty Representative:.....................................................................Dr. Kathryn Wilson Enrollment:.................................................................................................................. 42,000 Founded:............................................................................................................................ 1910 Nickname:......................................................................................................Golden Flashes Colors:.......................................................... Navy Blue (PMS 281) and Gold (PMS 124) Stadium: (Capacity):.....................................................................Dix Stadium (20,500) Website:.....................................................................................www.kentstatesports.com

Joel Nielsen Director of Athletics

TEAM FACTS

Offense:....................................................................................................................... Multiple Defense:................................................................................................................................4-3 2012 Record:....................................................................................................................... 11-3 2012 Conference Record/Finish:...................................................................... 8-0/1st East Last Bowl Appearance:...................................................... GoDaddy.com Bowl (2013) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:..................................................................................... 41/19 Starters Returning/Lost:..................................................................................................15/13 All-Time Record:.................................................................................................326-509-28 All-Time MAC Record:..........................................................................................153-286-4 MAC Championships/Last:.......................................................................................... 1/1972

Paul Haynes Head Coach

SPORTS INFORMATION

Football Contact:...................................................................................... Aaron Chimenti Office Phone:.................................................................................................... 330.672.8468 Office Fax:...........................................................................................................330.672.2112 Cell Phone:........................................................................................................ 330.807.5789 E-Mail:...................................................................................................achiment@kent.edu Dix Stadium Pressbox:...................................................................................330.672.2036

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KENT STATE GOLDEN FLASHES TEAM INFORMATION Date Opponent Thur., Aug. 29 Liberty Sat., Sept. 7 *Bowling Green Sat., Sept. 14 at LSU Sat., Sept. 21 at Penn State Sat., Sept. 28 *at Western Michigan Sat., Oct. 5 *Northern Illinois Sat., Oct. 12 *at Ball State Sat., Oct. 19 at South Alabama Sat., Oct. 26 *Buffalo Sat., Nov. 2 *at Akron Wed., Nov. 13 *Miami Tue., Nov. 19 *at Ohio *Mid-American Conference game

Primary Media Outlets KSU Sports Information

Football Contact: Aaron Chimenti 106 M.A.C. Center P.O. Box 5190 Kent, OH 44242 Phone: 330.672.8468 Fax: 330.672.2112 achiment@kent.edu

Newspaper

Akron Beacon Journal Beat Writer: Stephanie Storm 44 East Exchange Akron, OH 44328 Phone: 330.996.3800 Fax: 330.996.3629 sstorm@thebeaconjournal.com Cleveland Plain Dealer Beat Writer: Elton Alexander 1801 Superior Avenue Cleveland, OH 44114 Phone: 216.999.4370 Fax: 216.999.6276 e-mail: efasports@aol.com Record-Courier Beat Writer: Allen Moff 1050 West Main Street Kent, OH 44240 Phone: 330.541.9400 amoff@recordpub.com

Radio

Kent State Radio Play-by-Play: Ty Linder 1982 Mohawk Place Kent, OH 44240 Phone: 419.217.1718 linder_17@yahoo.com

Television

WEWS-TV (ABC - Ch. 5) Sports Director: Andy Baskin 3001 Euclid Ave. Cleveland, OH 44115 Phone: 216.431.3700 Fax: 216.431.3666 baskin@wews.com WJW-TV (FOX - Ch. 8) Sports Director: John Telich 800 S. Marginal Rd. Cleveland, OH 44103 Phone: 216.432.4240 Fax: 216.391.9559 john.telich@channel8wjw.com WKYC-TV (NBC - Ch. 3) Sports Producer: Jeff Yakawiak 1333 Lakeside Ave. Cleveland, OH 44114 Phone: 216.344.3333 Fax: 216.344.3314 jyakawiak@wkyc.com WOIO-TV (CBS - Ch. 19) Sports Director: Tony Zarrella 1717 E. 12th Street Cleveland, OH 44114 Phone: 216.771.1948 Fax: 216.436.5460 tzarrella@woio.com

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Offense (7)

Pos.

Defense (6)

Pos.

Specialists (2)

Pos.

RB/WR RB FB/TE WR WR C OL

Mark Fackler Roosevelt Nix Darius Polk DeVante’ Strickland Calvin Tiggle Luke Wollet

DE DT DB LB S S

Chad Bushley Anthony Melchiori

LS P

Starters Lost (13) Offense (5)

Kent Cleveland Matt Hurdle Spencer Keith Josh Kline Brian Winters

Defense (7) Luke Batton Dana Brown Jake Dooley Leon Green C.J. Malauulu Sidney Saulter Norman Wolfe

Specialists (1) Freddy Cortez

Date August 30 September 8 September 19 September 29 October 6 October 13 October 20 October 27 November 3 November 10 November 17 November 23 November 30 January 6

Time 6:00 pm ET Noon ET 7:00 pm ET TBA 7:00 pm ET 3:30 pm ET 3:00 pm ET TBA TBA 3:30 pm ET 8:00 pm ET 8:00 pm ET

Television Series ESPN3 Kent State leads 1-0 ESPN Regional BGSU leads 55-19-6 ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU First Meeting TBA Penn State leads 3-0 TBA WMU leads 33-19-1 TBA Northern Illinois leads 17-7 TBA Ball State leads 19-7 TBA Kent State leads 1-0 TBA Kent State leads 10-9 TBA Akron leads 30-23-2 ESPN2/ESPNU Miami leads 46-14 ESPNU/ESPN3 Ohio leads 39-24-2

2013 Squad Breakdown

Starters Returning (15) Dri Archer Trayion Durham Tim Erjavec Chris Humphrey Tyshon Goode Phil Huff Pat McShane

2013 Schedule

Pos.

OL WR QB OL OL

Pos. LB DL DE S LB DB DB

Pos. K

2012 Statistics

159 att., 1,429 rush yds., 9.0 avg., 16 TDs, 39 rec., 561 yds., 14.4 avg., 4 TDs 276 att., 1,316 yds., 4.8 avg., 14 TDs, 94.0 ypg 19 rec., 181 yds., 1 TD 26 rec., 319 yds., 12.3 avg. Injured last season; In 2011 had 24 rec., 316 yds., and 2 TDs Started all 14 games at center last season Started all 14 games at right guard last season

2012 Statistics

25 tackles, 5.0 tfl, 1.5 sacks, 3 INT, 3 passes defensed 59 tackles, 15.0 tfl, 6.0 sacks, 2 passes defensed, 3 forced fumbles 58 tackles, 3.0 tfl, 3.0 sacks, 2 INT, 11 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble 18 tackles, 2.0 tfl, 1.0 sack, 1 pass defensed 34 tackles, 0.5 tfl, 1 INT, 3 passes defensed 119 tackles, 6.0 tfl, 1.0 sack, 4 INT, 8 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble

2012 Statistics

Appeared in 13 games last season 72 punts, 3,065 yds., 42.6 avg., long of 75, 28 In20

2012 Statistics

Started all 14 games at right tackle last season 35 rec., 333 yds., 9.5 avg., 1 TD 183-333 passing, 2,021 yds., 12 TDs, 144.4 ypg Started all 14 games at left guard last season Started all 14 games at left tackle last season

2012 Statistics

143 tackles, 8.0 tfl, 3.5 sacks, 2 INT, 7 passes defensed, 4 rec. fumbles 50 tackles, 9.0 tfl, 5.0 sacks, 1 INT, 4 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble 45 tackles, 9.0 tfl, 7.0 sacks 39 tackles, 3 INT, 7 passes defensed 72 tackles, 2.5 tfl, 1 INT, 4 passes defensed, 2 forced fumbles 80 tackles, 4.0 tfl, 1 INT, 6 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble 44 tackles, 1.0 tfl, 2 INT, 8 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble

2012 Statistics

19-25 FGs, 58-58 PATs, 115 total points

2012 Results (11-3, 8-0 MAC)

Opponent Score Total Off. Towson W, 41-21 267 at Kentucky L, 14-47 409 *at Buffalo W, 23-7 404 *Ball State W, 45-43 461 *at Eastern Michigan W, 41-14 467 at Army W, 31-17 367 *Western Michigan W, 41-24 384 at Rutgers W, 35-23 355 *Akron W, 35-24 364 *at Miami W, 48-32 546 *at Bowling Green W, 31-24 425 *Ohio W, 28-6 377 Championship (vs. Northern Illinois) L, 37-44 2OT 260 GoDaddy.com Bowl (vs. Akransas State) L, 13-17 350

Total Def. 316 539 281 557 200 457 476 409 442 481 438 339 524 285

Att. 15,121 48,346 14,373 21,657 6,011 30,022 16,128 49,345 18,265 13,301 16,002 18,230 18,132 37,913

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KENT STATE GOLDEN FLASHES ROSTER INFORMATION No. 1 68 18 19 22 12 98 20 80 80 85 37 32 90 35 34 42 13 47 50 14 7 64 5 91 34 58 41 5 75 6 23 67 44 61 83 22 14 50 14 21 85 52 63 5 2 84 88 74 77 11 7 66 10 55 13 12 29 55 11 12 18 31

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Name Yr. Pos. Dri Archer** 5th/Sr. RB/WR Jason Bitsko Jr./So. OL Tristin Boykin Jr./So. RB Josh Boyle So./So. WR C.J. Brathwaite So./Fr. RB James Brooks So./Fr. WR Chad Bushley Jr./So. LS Ernest Calhoun So./Fr. WR Charles Chandler So./Fr. WR Andrew Christopher* 5th/Sr. DE Kyle Crum So./Fr. TE Nick Cuthbert So./Fr. S Matt Dellinger So./So. LB Xavier Douglas Sr./Jr. TE Julian Durden So./So. RB Trayion Durham* Jr./Jr. RB Tim Erjavec** 5th/Sr. TE/FB Brice Fackler So./Fr. TE Mark Fackler** Sr./Sr. DE Chris Fairchild So./So. DT Dylan Farrington* Sr./Jr. DB David Fisher 5th/Sr. QB Tad France So./Fr. OL Tyshon Goode*** 5th/Sr. WR April Goss Jr./So. K Richard Gray* Sr./Sr. DE Danny Gress** 5th/Sr. LB Zack Hitchens** Sr./Sr. DE Andrew Horning Sr./Jr. P Phil Huff* Sr./Sr. OL Chris Humphrey* Jr./Jr. WR Jordan Italiano So./So. S Terrell Johnson* Sr./Jr. OL Jake Kincaid So./Fr. DE Josh Kline*** 5th/Sr. OL Mike Levandowski 5th/Sr. TE Adam Maxie So./Fr. DB Brett Maxie Jr./So. QB Pat McShane 5th/Sr. OL Anthony Melchiori So./So. K/P Anthony Meray* Jr./Jr. RB Brad Miller So./Fr. PK Clay Miller Jr./So. DL Alex Nielsen So./Fr. OL Roosevelt Nix** Sr./Sr. DL Malcolm Pannell Sr./Sr. CB Kyle Payton* Jr./Jr. TE Casey Pierce* Sr./Jr. TE Tom Pizzurro* Sr./Jr. OL Max Plunkett* 5th/Sr. OL Darius Polk 5th/Sr. CB Fabrice Pratt* 5th/Sr. DB Anthony Pruitt* Jr./So. OL Colin Reardon So./So. QB Reno Reda So./Fr. OL Kerrick Rhone So../Fr. CB Jamal Roberts So./Fr. CB Joe Rogers Jr. Jr./So. RB Elias Sayre Sr./Jr. DL Evan Shimensky Jr./So. WR Luke Smurthwaite Jr./So. QB Keenan Stalls So./So. CB Devante’ Strickland* Jr./Jr. S/LB

Ht/Wt. 5-8/175 6-3/280 6-0/200 5-9/173 5-6/180 5-9/195 6-1/220 5-6/150 6-2/197 6-4/270 6-4/230 6-0/208 6-1/219 6-2/230 5-7/170 6-0/248 6-2/250 6-3/230 6-3/255 6-2/312 6-0/192 6-1/220 6-4/288 6-0/183 5-5/121 6-2/255 6-0/238 6-1/241 6-1/205 6-3/290 6-1/194 5-10/201 6-4/302 6-1/240 6-3/310 6-5/237 6-1/172 6-2/211 6-5/230 5-11/186 5-8/186 5-10/187 6-4/258 6-4/280 5-11/267 5-10/172 6-3/247 6-4/230 6-2/297 6-8/314 5-11/190 6-2/186 6-2/315 6-1/202 6-5/275 5-10/180 5-10/186 5-9/213 6-5/250 5-9/175 6-1/200 6-0/185 6-1/231

Hometown Laurel, Fla. Huber Heights, Ohio Centerville, Ohio Venice, Fla. West Bloomfield, Mich. Groveland, Fla. Berea, Ohio Akron, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Chardon, Ohio Minerva, Ohio Chesterland, Ohio Clarkston, Mich. Akron, Ohio McKees Rock, Pa. Cincinnati, Ohio Willowick, Ohio Kenton, Ohio Kenton, Ohio Oak Hill, Ohio Chapel Hill, N.C. Oceanside, Calif. Elyria, Ohio Syracuse, N.Y. Aliquippa, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Englewood, Ohio Canal Winchester, Ohio Stow, Ohio Hilliard, Ohio Solon, Ohio Canfield, Ohio Pasadena, Md. Pickerington, Ohio Mason, Ohio Stow, Ohio Westlake, Texas Westlake, Texas Stow, Ohio Aurora, Ohio Spanaway, Wash. Germantown, Ohio Maple Hts., Ohio Amherst, Ohio Reynoldsburg, Ohio Pickerington, Ohio Dublin, Ohio Parma, Ohio Armonk, N.Y. Dayton, Ohio Lynchburg, Va. Miami, Fla. Columbus, Ohio Poland, Ohio Pataskala, Ohio Pflugerville, Texas Dale City, Fla. Barberton, Ohio Lebanon, Ohio Kent, Ohio/Roosevelt Grove City, Ohio Tampa, Fla. Columbus, Ohio

No. 69 8 26 48 23 81 16 73 39 17 54 15

Name Yr. Nate Terhune Jr./So. Calvin Tiggle* Sr./Jr. Justin Tress Jr./So. Nate Vance Sr./Jr. Demetrius Walton So./Fr. Kris White Fr./Fr. Jack Williams So./Fr. Jake Witucki So./Fr. Luke Wollet** Sr./Sr. William Woods So./Fr. Marcus Wright Sr./Jr. Joe Ziccardi So./So.

Pos. DE DB S DE/LS WR WR QB OL S WR DE WR

Ht./Wt. 6-4/261 5-10/190 5-7/182 6-1/230 6-0/185 6-1/210 6-4/213 6-5/284 6-0/198 5-9/179 6-4/258 5-11/185

Hometown Chagrin Falls, Ohio Ellenwood, Ga. Beaver Falls, Pa. Stow, Ohio Elyria, Ohio Clermont, Fla. Moscow, Pa. Natrona Hts., Pa. Poland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Kent, Ohio Chesterland, Ohio

** Letters earned

Kent State Newcomers Player Kevin Bourne Jontey Byrd Eric Church Roman Clay Nate Holley Nick Holley Brock Macaulay Ryan Malone Jake McVay Demetrius Monday Dusty Moore Chris Overton Darius Redmond Elcee Refuge Tyson Reinke Wayne Scott Ryan Seibert Nathan Strock Kentrell Taylor Terence Waugh Kris White

Yr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr. Fr./Fr.

Pos. S DT CB RB LB/DB WR/RB TE TE S CB LB WR LB ATH DT OL LB QB LB DE WR

Ht./Wt. 5-10/180 5-11/280 5-9/170 5-11/210 6-0/180 6-0/175 6-7/240 6-2/220 5-11/180 5-11/185 6-1/220 5-10/160 6-1/205 5-11/220 6-3/260 6-3/320 6-4/200 6-3/200 6-0/230 6-3/225 6-1/210

Hometown Newark, Ohio Daytona Beach, Fla. Pennsauken, N.J. Lancaster, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Toledo, Ohio Big Prarie, Ohio New Orleans, La. Aurora, Ohio Douglasville, Ga. Stockbridge, Ga. Richmond Hts., Ohio Miami, Fla. New Orleans, La. Eden Prarie, Minn. Daytona Beach Fla. Columbus, Ohio Zanesville, Ohio Canton, Ohio Atlanta, Ga. Clermont, Fla.

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KENT STATE GOLDEN FLASHES COACHING INFORMATION/STADIUM FACTS Coaches Information

Head Coach:.................................................................................................................................................................Paul Haynes (First Season) Alma Mater:........................................................................................................................................................................................Kent State, ‘93 Hometown:....................................................................................................................................................................................... Columbus, Ohio Overall Record:.............................................................................................................................................................................0-0 (First Season) School Record:...............................................................................................................................................................................0-0 (First Season) MAC Record:..................................................................................................................................................................................0-0 (First Season)

Previous Coaching Experience

Bowling Green.............................................................................................................................................................. Graduate Assistant (1994) Ferris State.................................................................................................................................................................. Secondary Coach (1995-96) Northern Iowa..............................................................................................................................Running Backs/Secondary Coach (1997-98) Kent State..........................................................................................................................................................................Secondary Coach (1999) Kent State..................................................................................................................................Assistant Head Coach/Safeties Coach (2000) Jacksonville Jaguars........................................................................................................................................Defensive Quality Control (2001) Louisville...........................................................................................................................................................................Secondary Coach (2002) Michigan State......................................................................................................................................................... Secondary Coach (2003-04) Ohio State.................................................................................................................................................................. Secondary Coach (2005-10) Ohio State.............................................................................................................................Co-Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Coach (2011) Arkansas................................................................................................................................ Defensive Coordinator/Secondary Coach (2012)

Haynes’ Year-By-Year Record

Haynes vs. The MAC

vs. Akron.............................................. 0-0 vs. Ball State....................................... 0-0 vs. Bowling Green.............................. 0-0 vs. Buffalo............................................ 0-0 vs. Central Michigan......................... 0-0 vs. Eastern Michigan......................... 0-0 vs. Miami.............................................. 0-0 vs. UMass.............................................. 0-0 vs. Northern Illinois............................ 0-0 vs. Ohio................................................. 0-0 vs. Toledo............................................. 0-0 vs. Western Michigan........................ 0-0

Year 2013 Totals

School Kent State (First Season)

Overall 0-0 0-0 (.000)

Conference -- 0-0 (.000)

Bowl ---

Assistant Coaches

Brian Rock....................................................................................................... Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks (Bowling Green, ‘85) Brian George..................................................................................................................... Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line (Ohio ‘94) Dave McMichael...........................................................................................Special Teams Coordinator/Tight Ends (Bowling Green, ‘74) Jeff Burrow....................................................................................................................................................................... Safeties (Cincinnati, ‘99) Ben Needham..........................................................................................................Recruiting Coordinator/Linebackers (Ohio State, ‘07) Amp Campbell.............................................................................................................................................Cornerbacks (Michigan State, ‘99) Doc Gamble........................................................................................................................................Wide Receivers (Tennessee-Martin, ‘94) Shawn Clark.........................................................................................Run Game Coordinator/Offensive Line (Appalachian State, ‘98) Ted Bahhur........................................................................................................................................................Running Backs (Kent State, ‘92) Antoine Sharp................................................................................................................................... Strength & Conditioning (Louisville, ‘05)

KSU All-Time Coaching Records

Years

Coach

1920-22

Paul G. Chandler

Seasons Record 3

1-11-1

Pct. .115

1923-24

Frank Harsh

2

0-9-0

.000

1925-32

Merle E. Wagoner

8

15-33-9

.342

1933-34

Joe Begala

2

4-5-6

.467

1935-42

G. Donald Starn

8

34-28-3

.546

1946-63

Trevor J. Rees

18

92-63-5

.591

1964-67

Leo Strang

4

16-21-2

.436 .300

1968-70

Dave Puddington

3

9-21-0

1971-74

Don James

4

25-19-1

.567

1975-77

Dennis Fitzgerald

3

18-16

.529

1978-80

Ron Blackledge

3

8-25

.242

1981-82

Ed Chlebek

2

4-18

.182

1983-85

Dick Scesniak

3

8-25

.242

1986-87

Glen Mason

2

12-10

.545

1988-90

Dick Crum

3

7-26

.212

1991-93

Pete Cordelli

3

3-30

.091

1994-97

Jim Corrigall

4

8-35-1

.193

1998-03

Dean Pees

6

17-51

.250

2004-10

Doug Martin

7

29-53

.354

2011-12

Darrell Hazell

16-10

.615

Totals

2 90

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326-509-28 .394

Dix Stadium Capacity:................................................................................................................................................25,000 Surface:................................................................................................................................................FieldTurf First Season in Stadium:.......................................................................................................................... 1969 Record in Stadium:............................................................................................................................... 99-126 Largest Home Crowd:........................................................................................... 27,363 vs. Miami (1973)

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1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 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 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985

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Paul G. Chandler Paul G. Chandler Paul G. Chandler Frank Harsh Frank Harsh Merle E. Wagoner Merle E. Wagoner Merle E. Wagoner Merle E. Wagoner Merle E. Wagoner Merle E. Wagoner Merle E. Wagoner Merle E. Wagoner Joe Begala Joe Begala G. Donald Starn G. Donald Starn G. Donald Starn G. Donald Starn G. Donald Starn G. Donald Starn G. Donald Starn G. Donald Starn No Teams No Teams No Teams Trevor J. Rees Trevor J. Rees Trevor J. Rees Trevor J. Rees Trevor J. Rees Trevor J. Rees Trevor J. Rees Trevor J. Rees Trevor J. Rees Trevor J. Rees Trevor J. Rees Trevor J. Rees Trevor J. Rees Trevor J. Rees Trevor J. Rees Trevor J. Rees Trevor J. Rees Trevor J. Rees Leo Strang Leo Strang Leo Strang Leo Strang Dave Puddington Dave Puddington Dave Puddington Don James Don James Don James Don James Dennis Firzgerald Dennis Firzgerald Dennis Firzgerald Ron Blackledge Ron Blackledge Ron Blackledge Ed Chlebek Ed Chlebek Dick Scesniak Dick Scesniak Dick Scesniak

MAC Finish Overall -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 2-1 2-2 3-1 4-1 4-1-1 4-2 1-5 5-1 3-3 4-2 1-5 2-4 1-5 1-4-1 3-2-1 2-4 1-5 1-5 1-4 1-4 0-5 4-1 4-1 2-3 1-6 6-2 5-4 2-6 1-8 3-6 3-6 0-9 1-8 3-6 2-6

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 3rd T-4th 3rd 2nd T-2nd 3rd 7th 2nd T-4th 3rd 7th 5th T-6th 6th T-3rd 5th 6th 6th 6th T-5th 6th 1st 2nd T-4th 8th T-2nd 6th 8th 10th T-8th 7th 10th 9th T-8th 9th

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

Bowl

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Year Coach

1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

MAC Finish Overall

Glen Mason Glen Mason Dick Crum Dick Crum Dick Crum Pete Cordelli Pete Cordelli Pete Cordelli Jim Corrigall Jim Corrigall Jim Corrigall Jim Corrigall Dean Pees Dean Pees Dean Pees Dean Pees Dean Pees Dean Pees Doug Martin Doug Martin Doug Martin Doug Martin Doug Martin Doug Martin Doug Martin Darrell Hazell Darrell Hazell

Date 12/5/54 12/29/72 1/6/2013

5-3 5-3 3-5 0-8 2-6 1-7 2-7 0-9 2-7 0-7-1 1-7 3-5 0-8 2-6 1-7 5-3 1-7 4-4 4-4 0-8 5-3 1-7 3-5 4-4 4-4 4-4 8-0

T-2nd T-2nd 7th 9th T-7th 9th 8th 10th 8th 10th 10th T-4th/East 6th/East 6th/East 7th/East T-4th/East 6th/East 4th/East T-4th/East 6th/East 2nd/East 7th/East T-4th/East 4th/East 4th/East 3rd/East 1st/East

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

Bowl Results (0-3-0)

Bowl

Refrigerator Tangerine GoDaddy.com

Opponent

vs. Delaware vs. Tampa vs. Arkansas State

Bowl

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Result L, 7-19 L, 18-21 L, 13-17

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Kent State Career Leaders

Individual

Total Offense.........................................................................................534, Jose Davis vs. Central Florida (1997) Yards Rushing........................................................................ 373, Astron Whatley vs. Eastern Michigan (1997) Rushing Attempts...................................................................47, Don Fitzgerald vs. Western Michigan (1966) Yards Passing.........................................................................................551, Jose Davis vs. Central Florida (1997) Pass Attempts..................................... 59, Jose Davis vs. Akron (1997); 59, Spencer Keith vs. Akron (2009) Pass Completions.................................................................................................... 34, Jose Davis vs. Akron (1997) Yards Receiving......................................................................243, Eugene Baker vs. Western Michigan (1996) Receptions............................................................................................................ 15, Eugene Baker -- Three times

Season

Total Offense..............................................................................................................3,190, Julian Edelman (2008) Yards Rushing................................................................................................................1,669, Eugene Jarvis (2007) Rushing Attempts..........................................................................................................296, Don Fitzgerald (1966) Rushing Touchdowns..............................................................................................................18, Larry Poole (1973) Yards Passing.........................................................................................................................2,707, Jose Davis (1997) Pass Attempts.................................................................365, Jose Davis (1997); 365, Michael Matchen (2005) Pass Completions.............................................................................................................216, Joshua Cribbs (2004) Touchdown Passes..................................................................................................................... 32, Jose Davis (1997) Yards Receiving.............................................................................................................1,549, Eugene Baker (1997) Receptions..........................................................................................................................103, Eugene Baker (1997) Touchdown Catches...........................................................................................................18, Eugene Baker (1997) Interceptions.................................................................................8, Andrew Logan (1988); Cedric Brown (1975) Points...........................................................................................................................................138, Dri Archer (2012)

Career

Total Offense......................................................................................................... 10,839, Joshua Cribbs (2001-04) Yards Rushing...................................................................................................... 3,989, Astron Whatley (1994-97) Rushing Attempts...................................................................................................878, Astron Whatley (1994-97) Rushing Touchdowns..................................................................................................38, Joshua Cribbs (2001-04) Yards Passing......................................................................................................... 8,062, Spencer Keith (2009-12) Pass Attempts...........................................................................................................1,316, Spencer Keith (2009-12) Pass Completions...................................................................................................... 732, Spencer Keith (2009-12) Touchdown Passes...............................................................................................................57, Jose Davis (1997-99) Yards Receiving.......................................................................................................3,513, Eugene Baker (1995-98) Receptions...................................................................................................................229, Eugene Baker (1995-98) Touchdown Catches................................................................................................... 35, Eugene Baker (1995-98) Points...........................................................................................................................299, Freddy Cortez (2009-12)

Game

Team

Points .....................................................................................................................69, vs. Eastern Michigan (2004) Total Offense.................................................................................................................... 741, vs. Connecticut (1948) Yards Rushing........................................................................................................ 555, vs. Western Reserve (1954) Yards Passing.............................................................................................................551, vs. Central Florida (1997) Total Defense............................................................................................................................81, vs. Marshall (1967) Rushing Defense..........................................................................................................-65, vs. Murray State (2010) Passing Defense.......................................................................................................0, (Three times -- last vs. Ohio 2002)

Season

Points.............................................................................................................................................................. 463, (2012) Total Offense............................................................................................................................................. 5,436, (2012) Yards Rushing............................................................................................................................................3,392, (1954) Yards Passing.............................................................................................................................................3,243, (1997) First Downs.................................................................................................................................................... 264, (2012) Fewest Points Allowed................................................................................................................................. 47, (1946) Total Defense..............................................................................................................................................1,879, (1953) Rushing Defense........................................................................................................................................... 825, (1953) Passing Defense............................................................................................................................................408, (1958) Consecutive Wins........................................................................................................................................... 10, (2012)

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Total Offense

1...................................................................10,839, Joshua Cribbs (2001-04) 2.................................................................. 8,409, Spencer Keith (2009-12) 3............................................................................7,576, Jose Davis (1997-99) 4...............................................................7,576, Julian Edelman (2006-08) 5......................................................................... 6,238, Greg Kokal (1972-75) 6.................................................................4,310, Astron Whatley (1994-97) 7...................................................................3,993, Todd Goebbel (1995-97) 8....................................................................3,864, Eric Wilkerson (1985-88) 9................................................................... 3,796, Kevin Shuman (1991-93) 10......................................................................... 3,756, Joe Dalpra (1988-91)

Passing Yards

1................................................................... 8,062, Spencer Keith (2009-12) 2.................................................................... 7,169, Joshua Cribbs (2001-04) 3........................................................................... 6,722, Jose Davis (1997-99) 4......................................................................... 5,587, Greg Kokal (1972-75) 5...............................................................4,997, Julian Edelman (2006-08) 6....................................................................3,747, Todd Goebbel (1995-97) 7................................................................... 3,483, Kevin Shuman (1991-93) 8............................................................................2,991, Joe Dalpra (1988-91) 9........................................................................2,886, Tim Phillips, (1984-87) 10.....................................................................2,842, Stu Rayborn (1983-84)

Receiving Yards

1..................................................................... 3,513, Eugene Baker (1995-98) 2...................................................................2,131, Najah Pruden (2003-06) 3..............................................................1,931, Darrel Dowery Jr. (2001-04) 4..........................................................1,814, Tyshon Goode (2009-present) 5......................................................................... 1,703, Jurron Kelly (1998-01) 6....................................................................1,663, Todd Feldman (1981-84) 7...................................................................... 1,662, Kim Featsent (1974-77) t8................................................................... 1,402, Shawn Barnes (1989-91) t8.............................................................................. 1,402, Eric Dye (1984-87) 10.................................................................1,312, Jason Gavadza (1996-99)

Rushing Yards

1................................................................. 3,989, Astron Whatley (1994-97) 2....................................................................3,830, Eric Wilkerson (1985-88) 3...................................................................3,720, Eugene Jarvis (2006-10) 4...................................................................3,670, Joshua Cribbs (2001-04) 5........................................................................ 2,668, Larry Poole (1972-74) 6.............................................................. 2,515, Don Nottingham (1968-70) 7...............................................................2,483, Julian Edelman (2006-08) 8........................................................................2,255, Jack Mancos (1949-51) 9...................................................................2,231, Don Fitzgerald (1965-67) 10......................................................................... 2,146, Jim Cullom (1951-53)

Receptions

1....................................................................... 229, Eugene Baker (1995-98) 2. ............................................................152, Darrell Dowery Jr., (2001-04) 3.............................................................................143, Jurron Kelly (1998-01) 4............................................................136, Tyshon Goode (2009-present) 5...........................................................................118, Kim Featsent (1974-77) t6........................................................................ 113, Sam Kirkland (2008-11) t6.....................................................................113, Najah Pruden (2003-06) 8....................................................................... 105, Derrick Bush (2002-05) 9...........................................................................101, Brian Dusho (1990-93) 10........................................................................96, James Kilbane (1981-85)

Scoring

1......................................................................299, Freddy Cortez (2009-12) 2...................................................................... 246, Joshua Cribbs (2001-04) 3....................................................................... 238, Travis Mayle (2002-05) 4t...................................................................... 228, Eric Wilkerson (1985-88) 4t...........................................................................228, Larry Poole (1972-74) 6......................................................................206, Eugene Baker (1995-98) 7....................................................................200, Michael Norcia (1952-55) 8...........................................................................188, Dave Pavich (1998-01) 9......................................................................... 182, Eugene Jarvis (2006-10 10...................................................................174, Dri Archer (2010-present)

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Senior defensive back Dayonne Nunley

Dr. David Hodge President

MIAMI UNIVERSITY

Location: .......................................................................................................... Oxford, Ohio President:.............................................................................................. Dr. David C. Hodge Director of Athletics:....................................................................................... David Sayler Head Coach:..........................................................................Don Treadwell (Miami, ‘82) Faculty Representative:.......................................................................... Susan Lipnickey Enrollment:...................................................................................................................16,000 Founded:........................................................................................................................... 1809 Nickname:............................................................................................................. RedHawks Colors:.........................................................................................Red (PMS 186) and White Stadium: (Capacity):................................................................. Yager Stadium (24,286) Website:.........................................................................................www.muredhawks.com

David Sayler Director of Athletics

TEAM FACTS

Offense:....................................................................................................................... Multiple Defense:................................................................................................................................4-3 2012 Record:........................................................................................................................4-8 2012 Conference Record/Finish:..................................................................3-5/t-4th East Last Bowl Appearance:....................................................... GoDaddy.com Bowl (2011) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:....................................................................................53/27 Starters Returning/Lost:...................................................................................................19/9 All-Time Record:................................................................................................. 668-410-44 All-Time MAC Record:.........................................................................................266-142-11 MAC Championships/Last:.......................................................................................14/2010

Don Treadwell Head Coach

SPORTS INFORMATION

Football Contact:.............................................................................................................TBA Office Phone:..................................................................................................... 513.529.4329 Cell Phone:.........................................................................................................................TBA E-Mail:.................................................................................................................................TBA Yager Stadium Pressbox:................................................................................ 513.529.7261

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MIAMI REDHAWKS TEAM INFORMATION 2013 Schedule

Date Opponent Sat., Aug. 31 at Marshall Sat., Sept. 7 at Kentucky Sat., Sept. 21 Cincinnati Sat., Sept. 28 at Illinois Sat., Oct. 5 *Central Michigan Sat., Oct. 12 *at UMass Sat., Oct. 19 *Akron Sat., Oct. 26 *at Ohio Tue., Nov. 5 *Bowling Green Wed., Nov. 13 *at Kent State Tue., Nov. 19 *Buffalo Fri., Nov. 29 *at Ball State *Mid-American Conference game

Time 7:00 pm ET Noon ET TBA TBA TBA 3:00 pm ET TBA 2:00 pm ET 8:00 pm ET 8:00 pm ET 8:00 pm ET TBA

Primary Media Outlets Miami Sports Information Football Contact: TBA 230 Millett Hall Oxford, OH 45056 Phone: 513.529.4329 Fax: 513.529.6729 TBA

Newspaper

Hamilton-Journal News Beat Writer: Rick Cassano 228 Court St. Hamilton, OH 45012 Phone: 513.315.0973 rcassano1@fuse.net Cincinnati Enquirer Beat Writer: Rory Glynn 312 Elm St. Cincinnati Enquirer Phone: 859.816.4024 rory.glynn@gmail.com Dayton Daily News Beat Writer: Tom Archdeacon 45 Ludloaw St. Dayton, OH 45402 Phone: 937.478.7334 tarchdeacon@coxohio.com

Radio

Miami Sports Network Play-by-Play: Steve Baker Color: Tim Bray Terry Bridge 230 Millett Hall Oxford, OH 45056 Phone: 513.529.7288 bakersa@muohio.edu tbray4@cinci.rr.com

Television

WCPO-TV (ABC - Ch. 9) Sports Producer: John Popovich 1720 Gilbert Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45202 Phone: 513.852.4077 Fax: 513.651.9990 jpopovich@wcpo.com WKRC-TV (CBS - Ch. 12) Sports Producer: Brad Johansen 1906 Highland Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45219 Phone: 513.763.5452 bjohansen@wkrc.com WLWT-TV (NBC - Ch. 5) Sports Producer: George Vogel 1700 Young St. Cincinnati, OH 45210 Phone: 513.412.5088 gvogel@channelcincinnati.com WXIX-TV (FOX - Ch. 19) Sports Producer: Brian Giesenschlag 635 W. Seventh St. Cincinnati, OH 45203 Phone: 513.421.0119 19sports@raycommedia.com

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Television CBS Sports Network FOX Sports Net TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA ESPN2/ESPNU ESPN2/ESPNU ESPN2/ESPNU ESPNU/ESPN3

Series Miami leads 30-10-1 Kentucky leads 7-4-1 Miami leads 59-51-7 Illinois leads 2-0 Miami leads 12-11-1 Miami leads 1-0 Miami leads 16-5-1 Miami leads 52-35-2 Miami leads 42-22-5 Miami leads 46-14 Miami leads 12-3 Miami leads 51-36-2

2013 Squad Breakdown Starters Returning (16) Offense (6)

Pos.

Defense (6)

Pos.

Specialists (4)

Pos.

John Anevski Zach Lewis Steve Marck Marcus Matthews Dawan Scott Jamire Westbrook

OL OL TE OL WR RB

Austin Brown Brison Burris Dayonne Nunley Chris Wade Mwanza Wamulumba Wes Williams Mason Krysinski Bryce Lehwald Zac Murphy Kaleb Patterson

DT FS DB LB DT DE

KO LS P PK

Starters Lost (9) Offense (4)

Pos.

Defense (5)

Pos.

Brad Bednar Andy Cruse Zac Dysert Nick Harwell

D.J. Brown Pat Hinkel Mike Johns Jason Semmes Jaytee Swanson

Date September 1 September 8 September 15 September 22 September 29 October 6 October 13 October 27 November 3 November 10 November 17 November 23

OL WR QB WR DB LB DT DE LB

2012 Statistics

Started five games at left guard in 2011 Started 11 games at tackle last season 27 rec., 299 yds. Started 10 games at left guard last season 57 rec., 851 yds., 7 TDs 92 att., 362 yds., 2 TDs

2012 Statistics

4 tackles 81 tackles, 1.5 tfl, 3 INT, 8 passes defensed 63 tackles, 4.0 tfl, 3 INT, 11 passes defensed 128 tackles, 8.0 tfl, 1 pass defensed, 1 forced fumble 39 tackles, 5.0 tfl, 2.5 sacks, 1 pass defensed 65 tackles, 6.0 tfl, 2.5 sacks, 1 INT

2012 Statistics

53 kickoffs, 2,908 yds., 54.9 avg., 15 touchbacks Appeared in all 12 games last season 57 punts, 2,309 yds., 40.5 avg., 12 In20 15-18 FGs, 23-25 PATs, 68 total points

2012 Statistics

Started 12 games at center last season 74 rec., 681 yds., 6 TDs 302-480 passing, 3,483 yds., 25 TDs, 290.2 ypg 68 rec., 870 yds., 8 TDs

2012 Statistics

58 tackles, 1 INT, 5 passes defensed 65 tackles, 5.0 tfl, 1.0 sack, 3 INT, 7 passes defensed 17 tackles, 6.0 tfl, 1.0 sack 45 tackles, 5.5 tfl, 3.0 sacks 52 tackles, 4.0 tfl, 0.5 sack, 1 pass defensed, 2 forced fumbles

2012 Results (4-8, 3-5 MAC)

Opponent at Ohio State Southern Illinois at Boise State *UMass *at Akron at Cincinnati *at Bowling Green *Ohio *at Buffalo *Kent State *at Central Michigan *at Ball State

Score Total Off. L, 10-56 312 W, 30-14 336 L, 12-39 227 W, 27-16 408 W, 56-49 705 L, 14-52 379 L, 12-37 256 W, 23-20 424 L, 24-27 340 L, 32-48 481 L, 16-30 434 L, 24-31 321

Total Def. 538 349 599 471 629 429 486 464 352 546 386 363

Att. 105,039 17,725 34,178 15,159 8,211 35,097 17,071 19,326 10,817 13,301 7,223 8,154

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MIAMI REDHAWKS ROSTER INFORMATION No. 95 67 21# 1 16 44 90 56 65 35 70 34 73 12 77 17 53 59 51 31 48# 80 11 47 78 23# 89 64 85 69 24# 97 27 43 57# 39 9# 71 79 87 14# 75 22# 20 18 45 3 13 23# 57# 98 25 60 10 24# 74 26 21# 22# 38 2 48# 92 5

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Name Pos. Ht./Wt. Yr. Albright, Bryson * DL 6-5/213 So. Anevski, John *** OL 6-3/283 Sr. Becker, Garret RB 5-10/187 So. Bey, Orne ** DB 5-8/181 Sr. Boucher, Austin *** QB 6-1/214 Sr. Boucher, Collin ** LB 6-2/221 Sr. Brown, Austin *** DL 6-2/274 Sr. Brown, J’Terius DL 6-3/233 So. Brown, Trevan * OL 6-4/295 So. Burris, Brison ** DB 5-10/179 Jr. Callen, Ryan OL 6-5/275 So. Clifton, Tre * LB 6-2/215 Jr. Cook, Brandyn OL 6-2/291 So. Culpepper, Willie ** WR 5-9/164 Sr. Custer, Nick OL 6-4/277 So. David, Orlando * TE 6-3/237 So. Davis, Terry OL 6-4/318 So. Donlan, Joe * LB 6-1/219 Jr. Dooley, Josh * LB 6-0/201 So. Dupuy, Chrishawn ** DB 5-9/178 Jr. Fox, Tucker TE 6-1/220 So. Frazier, David * WR 6-0/167 Jr. Gearing, Austin QB 6-5/202 So. Gerbus, Nate LB 6-1/220 So. Green, Julian * OL 6-4/303 Sr. Greenwood, JJ * WR 5-10/178 Sr. Gudeman, Andrew * TE 6-3/243 Jr. Harvey, Josh *** OL 6-5/355 Sr. Jenkins, Alvonta * WR 6-0/215 Jr. Johnson, Jalen DL 6-8/225 Jr. Johnson, Kevin DB 6-1/190 So. Johnson, Tim * DL 6-2/228 Jr. Jones, Jarrell ** DB 5-10/174 Jr. Kern, Kent * LB 6-1/224 So. Koch, Christian P 6-1/165 So. Krysinski, Mason *** PK 6-3/200 Sr. Kummer, Drew * QB 6-3/219 Jr. Lewis, Zach ** OL 6-6/282 Jr. Lehwald, Bryce * LS 6-0/215 So. Marck, Steve *** TE 6-3/237 Sr. Mastin, Jay DB 6-1/217 So. Matthews, Marcus ** OL 6-3/280 Jr. McCafferty, Joey DB 5-11/180 So. McInnis, Spencer RB 5-9/180 So. McRae, Fred WR 5-9/157 So. Murphy, Zac *** P 6-0/199 Sr. Nunley, Dayonne *** DB 5-8/181 Sr. Patterson, Kaleb * PK 5-9/161 So. Payne, Trey ** DB 5-8/168 Sr. Phillips, Albert DL 6-2/223 Jr. Rousher, Jimmy DL 6-3/240 So. Scott, Dawan ** WR 6-1/176 Jr. Scott, Wesley * DL 6-3/245 So. Shisso, Sam WR 6-5/196 So. Snowball, Jack RB 6-0/211 So. Tanner, Jeff * OL 6-3/290 Sr. Taylor, Dante ** DB 6-3/191 Sr. Taylor, Marshall * DB 6-4/172 So. Treadwell, Spencer * RB 5-10/201 Jr. Tucker, Tyler * LB 6-2/223 Jr. Veazie, Allen ** WR 5-11/162 Sr. Wade, Chris *** LB 6-1/219 Sr. Wamulumba, Mwanza ** DL 6-3/261 Sr. Westbrook, Jamire * RB 5-9/214 So.

Hometown Cincinnati, OH Cincinnati, OH Aurora, IL Monroeville, PA Kettering, OH Kettering, OH Woodbridge, VA Milledgeville, GA Florence, KY Humble, TX Hinsdale, IL South Bend, IN Cincinnati, OH San Antonio, TX Cincinnati, OH Miami, FL Cincinnati, OH River Forest, IL Mason, OH New Orleans, LA Cincinnati, OH Columbia, SC Franklin, OH Cincinnati, OH Centreville, MD Middletown, OH Greenwood, IN Columbia, MO Camden, SC Columbus, OH Cincinnati, OH New Orleans, LA Columbus, OH Toledo, OH Bluffton, OH Shelby Twp., MI Cincinnati, OH Mt. Prospect, IL Hilliard, OH Newtown, PA Centerville, OH Manassas, VA Eaton, OH Comm. Twp., MI Miami, FL Cincinnati, OH Monroeville, PA Duncan, SC Spring, TX Holland, OH Canfield, OH Columbia, SC Ridgeland, SC Charlotte, NC Wadsworth, OH Cincinnati, OH Springfield, VA Cordele, GA East Lansing, MI East Lansing, MI Houston, TX Slidell, LA Fort Meade, MD South Lebanon, OH

No. 84 28 81 9# 99

Name Pos. Ht./Wt. Yr. White, Dustin *** TE 6-2/253 Sr. Williams, Robert * RB 5-9/198 Sr. Williams, Rokeem WR 6-1/189 So. Williams, Wes *** DL 6-3/242 Sr. Winters, Mitch * DL 6-5/255 So.

Hometown Lake Charles, LA Cincinnati, OH Williston, SC Houston, TX Mississauga, ONT

* Letters earned

Miami Newcomers Player Pos. Randy Anderson DB Bert Birdsall DB Collin Buchanan OL AJ Burdine DE/ATH Kris Davis DL Jake Giordano LB Heath Harding DB/RB Randy Heideman OL Carson Hicks OL/DT Jake Hilvert OL Airion Kosak DB/WR Falon Lee RB Jared Murphy WR Grant Niemiec LB Buchi Okafor DB Matt Smallbone DE/LB Zach Smerciak DE/LB Xavier Swinton DB Tom Tupa QB Nick Walter OC/LS Damon Washington DB/ATH Parker White DL TJ Williams LB

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

Wt. 190 160 305 270 275 220 178 290 252 300 185 180 170 220 190 225 210 195 220 265 185 230 210

Hometown Mason, OH Chesterfield, MO Southfield, MI Cincinnati, OH Indianapolis, IN Wellington, FL Englewood, OH Bloomington, IL Syracuse, NY Cleves, OH Vandalia, OH Macclenny, FL Columbia City, IN Commerce, MI Lewis Center, OH Granger, IN Aurora, OH West Palm Beach, FL Brecksville, OH Pickerington, OH Kirtland, OH Bellaire, TX Creve Coeur, MO

2013 MAC Football Record Book


MIAMI REDHAWKS COACHING INFORMATION/STADIUM FACTS Coaches Information

Head Coach:...........................................................................................................................................................Don Treadwell (Third Season) Alma Mater:................................................................................................................................................................................................Miami, ‘82 Hometown:............................................................................................................................................................................................ Oberlin, Ohio Overall Record:.......................................................................................................................................................................... 8-16 (Third Season) School Record:............................................................................................................................................................................ 8-16 (Third Season) MAC Record:...............................................................................................................................................................................6-10 (Third Season)

Previous Coaching Experience

Youngstown State...............Quarterbacks (1986); Receivers (1987); Running Backs (1988-89); Offensive Coordinator (1990-91) Miami..............................................................................................................................................................................Receivers Coach (1992-93) Cincinnati.............................................................................................................................................................................Receivers Coach (1994) Stanford...............................................................................................................................................................Running Backs Coach (1995-96) Boston College............................................................................................................................................Co-Offensive Coordinator (1997-98) North Carolina State............................................................................................................................................. Running Backs Coach (1999) Michigan State...........................................................................................................................................................Receivers Coach (2000-02) Ball State..........................................................................................................................Offensive Coordinator/Receivers Coach (2003-04) Cincinnati......................................................................................................................................................... Offensive Coordinator (2005-06) Michigan State................................................................................................................................................. Offensive Coordinator (2007-10)

Treadwell vs. The MAC

Treadwell’s Year-By-Year

Year School Overall Conference Bowl vs. Akron...............................................2-0 2011 Miami 4-8 3-5 -Miami 4-8 3-5 -vs. Ball State.........................................0-1 2012 -- 8-16 6-10 -vs. Bowling Green...............................0-2 Totals vs. Buffalo............................................... 1-1 Assistant Coaches vs. Central Michigan...........................0-1 John Klacik......................................................................................................Offensive Coordinator/Tight Ends Coach (Lock Haven, ‘88) vs. Eastern Michigan......................... 0-0 Jay Peterson........................................................................................................... Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Coach (Miami, ‘85) vs. Kent State......................................... 1-1 Andrew Marlatt................................................................................................................................Special Teams Coordinator (Miami, ‘88) vs. UMass................................................1-0 Mike Bath.........................................................................................................................Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers Coach (Miami, ‘01) vs. Northern Illinois............................ 0-0 Ron Carpenter.......................................................................................................................................... Defensive Backs Coach (Miami, ‘92) vs. Ohio.................................................... 1-1 Nick Siatras............................................................................................ Defensive Ends Coach/Recruiting Coordinator (Ohio State, ‘06) vs. Temple..............................................0-1 Mark Spencer..................................................................................................................................................Running Backs Coach (Ohio, ‘95) vs. Toledo...............................................0-1 Ed Stults...................................................................................................................................................... Offensive Line Coach (Bluffton, ‘80) Robert Lee...............................................................................................................................................Defensive Tackles Coach (IUPUI, ‘90) vs. Western Michigan................0-1

Miami All-Time Coaching Records

Years Coach Seasons Record Pct. 1888-94 No Coach 6 11-5-1 .676 1895 C.K. Fauver 1 3-0 1.000 1896 Ernest Merrill 1 3-1 .750 1897 Herbert McIntyre 1 2-4-1 .357 1898-99 No Coach 2 1-7 .125 1900 Alonzo Branch 1 0-2 .000 1901 Thomas Hazzard 1 1-3-1 .300 1902-03 Peter McPherson 2 6-6-1 .500 1904 Arthur Smith 1 1-5 .167 1905 No Coach 1 4-3 .571 1906 Arthur Parmalee 1 1-5-1 .214 1907-08 Amos Foster 2 13-1 .929 1909-10 Harold Iddings 2 5-8-1 .393 1911 Edwin Sweetland 1 2-4-2 .375 1912-14 James Donnelly 3 14-8-2 .625 1915 C.J. Roberts 1 6-2 .750 1916 George Little 1 7-0-1 .938 1916-17 George Rider 2 11-0-3 .893 1918 No Coach 1 5-0-1 .917 1919-21 George Little 2 12-3-1 .781 1922-23 Harry Ewing 2 7-7-2 .500 1924-31 Chester Pittser 8 41-25-2 .618 1932-41 Frank Wilton 10 44-39-5 .528 1942-43 Stu Holcomb 2 10-8-1 .553 1944-47 Sid Gillman 4 31-6-1 .829 1948 George Blackburn 1 7-1-1 .833 1949-50 Woody Hayes 2 14-5 .737 1951-55 Ara Parseghian 5 39-6-1 .859 1956-62 John Pont 7 43-22-2 .657 1963-68 Bo Schembechler 6 40-17-3 .692 1969-73 Bill Mallory 5 39-12 .765 1974-77 Dick Crum 4 34-10-1 .767 1978-82 Tom Reed 5 34-19-2 .636 1983-89 Tim Rose 7 31-44-3 .417 1990-98 Randy Walker 9 59-35-5 .621 1999-04 Terry Hoeppner 6 48-25 .658 2005-08 Shane Montgomery 4 17-31 .354 2009-10 Mike Haywood 2 11-15 .423 2011-12 Don Treadwell 2 8-16 .333 Totals 123 668-410-44 .615

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Yager Stadium Capacity:................................................................................................................................................. 24,286 Surface:................................................................................................................................................FieldTurf First Season in Stadium:...........................................................................................................................1983 Record in Stadium:............................................................................................................................. 83-53-4 Largest Home Crowd:......................................................................................30,087 vs. Marshall (1999) Largest Season Home Attendance:.................................................................................... 128,878 (1983)

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1888 1889 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 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 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957

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No Coach No Coach No Games Played No Coach No Coach No Coach No Coach C.K. Fauver Ernest Merrill Herbert McIntyre No Coach No Coach Alonzo Branch Thomas Hazzard Peter McPherson Peter McPherson Arthur Smith No Coach Arthur Parmalee Amos Foster Amos Foster Harold Iddings Harold Iddings Edwin Sweetland James Donnelly James Donnelly James Donnelly C.J. Roberts George Little George Rider George Rider George Little George Little George Little Harry Ewing Harry Ewing Chester Pittser Chester Pittser Chester Pittser Chester Pittser Chester Pittser Chester Pittser Chester Pittser Chester Pittser Frank Wilton Frank Wilton Frank Wilton Frank Wilton Frank Wilton Frank Wilton Frank Wilton Frank Wilton Frank Wilton Frank Wilton Stu Holcomb Stu Holcomb Sid Gillman Sid Gillman Sid Gillman Sid Gillman George Blackburn Woody Hayes Woody Hayes Ara Parseghian Ara Parseghian Ara Parseghian Ara Parseghian Ara Parseghian John Pont John Pont

MAC Finish Overall -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 4-0 3-1 9-1 3-1 4-1 3-0-1 4-0 5-0 4-0-1 5-0

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1st 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 1st

0-0 4-0 -- 1-1 2-2 3-0 1-2 3-0 3-1 2-4-1 0-2 1-5 0-2 1-3-1 5-2-1 1-4 1-5 4-3 1-5-1 6-1 7-0 3-4 2-4-1 2-4-2 3-3-2 6-2 5-3 6-2 7-0-1 6-0-2 5-0-1 7-1 5-2-1 8-0 4-3-1 3-4-1 2-6 5-3 5-2-1 8-1 6-2 7-2 4-4-1 4-5 7-1 7-2 5-4 5-3-1 7-1-1 4-4-1 6-3 1-7-1 0-7-1 2-7 3-6 7-2-1 8-1 7-2 7-3 9-0-1 7-1-1 5-4 9-1 7-3 8-1 7-1-1 8-1 9-0 7-1-1 6-3

Bowl

-----------------------------------------------------------Sun --Salad --------

Year Coach

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 2011 2012

John Pont John Pont John Pont John Pont John Pont Bo Schembechler Bo Schembechler Bo Schembechler Bo Schembechler Bo Schembechler Bo Schembechler Bill Mallory Bill Mallory Bill Mallory Bill Mallory Bill Mallory Dick Crum Dick Crum Dick Crum Dick Crum Tom Reed Tom Reed Tom Reed Tom Reed Tom Reed Tim Rose Tim Rose Tim Rose Tim Rose Tim Rose Tim Rose Tim Rose Randy Walker Randy Walker Randy Walker Randy Walker Randy Walker Randy Walker Randy Walker Randy Walker Randy Walker Terry Hoeppner Terry Hoeppner Terry Hoeppner Terry Hoeppner Terry Hoeppner Terry Hoeppner Shane Montgomery Shane Montgomery Shane Montgomery Shane Montgomery Mike Haywood Mike Haywood Don Treadwell Don Treadwell

Date

1/1/48 1/1/51 12/22/62 12/22/73 12/21/74 12/20/75 12/13/86 12/18/03 12/28/04 1/6/11

MAC Finish Overall 5-0 1st 3-2 3rd 2-3 4th 3-2 3rd 3-1-1 3rd 4-1-1 2nd 4-2 T-2nd 5-1 T-1st 5-1 T-1st 4-2 T-3rd 5-1 2nd 2-3 T-3rd 3-2 T-2nd 2-3 T-3rd 2-3 T-4th 5-0 1st 5-0 1st 6-0 1st 2-4 7th 5-0 1st 5-2 3rd 3-4 7th 4-3 T-3rd 6-1-1 2nd 5-3 3rd 3-5 7th 3-5 T-6th 7-1-1 2nd 6-2 1st 5-3 T-2nd 0-7-1 9th 2-5-1 7th 4-3-1 5th 4-3-1 T-3rd 5-3 T-3rd 3-6 9th 5-3 T-3rd 6-1-1 2nd 6-2 T-2nd 6-2 T-2nd/East 7-1 T-1st/East 6-2 2nd/East 5-3 T-3rd/East 6-2 T-2nd/East 5-3 3rd/East 8-0 1st/East 7-1 1st/East 5-3 T-1st/East 2-6 5th/East 5-2 T-1st/East 1-7 7th/East 1-7 7th/East 7-1 1st/East 3-5 t-4th/East 3-5 t-4th/East

6-3 5-4 5-5 6-4 8-2-1 5-3-2 6-3-1 7-3 9-1 6-4 7-3 7-3 7-3 7-3 7-3 11-0 10-0-1 11-1 3-8 10-1 8-2-1 6-5 5-6 8-2-1 7-4 4-7 4-7 8-2-1 8-4 5-6 0-10-1 2-8-1 5-5-1 6-4-1 6-4-1 4-7 6-4-1 8-2-1 6-5 8-3 10-1 7-4 6-5 7-5 7-5 13-1 8-5 7-4 2-10 6-7 2-10 1-11 10-4 4-8 4-8

Bowl Results (7-3-0)

Bowl

Sun Salad Tangerine Tangerine Tangerine Tangerine California GMAC Independence GoDaddy.com

Opponent

Texas Tech Arizona State Houston Florida Georgia South Carolina San Jose State Louisville Iowa State Middle Tennessee State

Bowl

----Tangerine ----------Tangerine Tangerine Tangerine ----------California ----------------GMAC Independence -----GoDaddy.com ---

Result

W, 13-12 W, 34-21 L, 21-49 W, 16-7 W, 21-10 W, 20-7 L, 7-37 W, 49-28 L, 13-17 W, 35-21

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MIAMI REDHAWKS MIAMI SCHOOL RECORDS Game

Miami Career Leaders

Individual

Total Offense.........................................................................................................624, Zac Dysert at Akron (2012) Yards Rushing.............................................................................................. 376, Travis Prentice vs. Akron (1999) Rushing Attempts....... 45, Bob Hitchens vs. South Carolina (1972); Greg Jones vs. Bowling Green (1981) Yards Passing....................................................................525, Ben Roethlisberger vs. Northern Illinois (2002) Pass Attempts.......................................................................................................65, Mike Bates vs. Toledo (1987) Pass Completions............................................................................. 42, Zac Dysert vs. Western Michigan (2011) Yards Receiving.............................................................................................229, Nick Harwell vs. Temple (2011) Receptions..........................................................................................................15, Nick Harwell vs. Temple (2011)

Season

Total Offense.......................................................................................................4,597, Ben Roethlisberger (2003) Yards Rushing................................................................................................................1,787, Travis Prentice (1998) Rushing Attempts.......................................................................................................... 365, Travis Prentice (1998) Rushing Touchdowns.......................................................................................................25, Travis Prentice (1997) Yards Passing......................................................................................................4,486, Ben Roethlisberger (2003) Pass Attempts........................................................................................................495, Ben Roethlisberger (2003) Pass Completions..................................................................................................342, Ben Roethlisberger (2003) Touchdown Passes.................................................................................................. 37, Ben Roethlisberger (2003) Yards Receiving............................................................................................................ 1,498, Martin Nance (2003) Receptions...............................................................................................................................97, Nick Harwell (2011) Touchdown Catches..........................................................................................................14, Martin Nance (2003) Interceptions......................................................................7, Seven times (Ron Carpenter in 1991 most recent) Points..................................................................................................................................150, Travis Prentice (1997)

Career

Total Offense................................................................................................................12,678, Zac Dysert (2009-12) Yards Rushing....................................................................................................... 5,596, Travis Prentice (1996-99) Rushing Attempts...................................................................................................1,138, Travis Prentice (1996-99) Rushing Touchdowns................................................................................................ 73, Travis Prentice (1996-99) Yards Passing............................................................................................................... 12,013, Zac Dysert (2009-12) Pass Attempts................................................................................................................ 1,672, Zac Dysert (2009-12) Pass Completions......................................................................................................... 1,066, Zac Dysert (2009-12) Touchdown Passes............................................................................................ 84, Ben Roethlisberger (2001-03) Yards Receiving...................................................................................................3,697, Ryne Robinson (2003-06) Receptions................................................................................................................258, Ryne Robinson (2003-06) Touchdown Catches.................................................................................................32, Michael Larkin (2001-04) Points...........................................................................................................................468, Travis Prentice (1996-99)

Game

Team

Points ............................................................................................................................................ 81, vs. Toledo (1953) Total Offense..............................................................................................................................705, at Akron (2012) Yards Rushing....................................................................................................... 478 vs. Western Michigan (1975) Yards Passing.........................................................................................................525, vs. Northern Illinois (2002) First Downs.................................................................................................................................... 42, at Akron (2012) Total Defense.......................................................................................................................... -18, vs. Marshall (1967) Rushing Defense.................................................................................................................... -36, vs. Marshall (1967) Passing Defense.......................................................................................................................................18, vs. Marshall (1967)

Season

Points.............................................................................................................................................................602, (2003) Total Offense............................................................................................................................................ 7,016, (2003) Yards Rushing............................................................................................................................................ 3,109, (1975) Yards Passing........................................................................................................................................... 4,772, (2003) First Downs...................................................................................................................................................370, (2003) Fewest Points Allowed................................................................................................................................. 47, (1955) Total Defense..................................................................................................................................... 165.8 ypg. (1954) Rushing Defense...........................................................................................................................................98.1, (1954) Passing Defense........................................................................................................................................... 67.7, (1954) Consecutive Wins........................................................................................................................... 13 (1972-74; 2003)

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Total Offense

1......................................................................... 12,678, Zac Dysert (2009-12) 2........................................................ 11,075, Ben Roethlisberger (2001-03) 3. ....................................................................... 7,089, Josh Betts (2002-05) 4......................................................................... 7,010, Mike Bath (1997-00) 5........................................................................6,331, Sam Rickets (1994-97) 6................................................................. 5,596, Travis Prentice (1996-99) 7....................................................5,304, Daniel Raudabaugh (2006-09) 8......................................................................4,588, Larry Fortner (1975-78) 9....................................................... 4,368, Deland McCullough (1992-95) 10.................................................................. 4,172, George Swarn (1983-86)

Passing Yards

1......................................................................... 12,013, Zac Dysert (2009-12) 2....................................................... 10,829, Ben Roethlisberger (2001-03) 3. ....................................................................... 7,029, Josh Betts (2002-05) 4......................................................................... 6,524, Mike Bath (1997-00) 5..................................................................... 5,870, Sam Ricketts (1994-97) 6.....................................................5,352, Daniel Raudabaugh (2006-09) 7................................................................. 4,074, Neil Dougherty (1991-95) 8........................................................................3,836, Terry Morris (1985-86) 9..................................................................... 3,667, Larry Fortner (1975-78) 10..................................................................... 3,173, Mike Kokal (2004-07)

Receiving Yards

1.................................................................3,697, Ryne Robinson (2003-06) 2...................................................................... 3,166, Nick Harwell (2010-12) 3. ..................................................................3,131, Martin Nance (2002-05) 4.................................................................2,772, Michael Larkin (2001-04) 5.......................................................... 2,550, Armand Robinson (2007-10) 6..................................................................... 2,131, Trevor Gaylor (1996-99) 7..........................................................................2,121, Chris Givens (2007-11) 8.................................................................................1,778, Jay Hall (1995-98) 9.................................................................. 1,730, Dustin Woods (2005-09) 10...................................................................... 1,662, Andy Cruse (2009-12)

Rushing Yards

1.................................................................. 5,596, Travis Prentice (1996-99) 2. ...................................................... 4,368, Deland McCullough (1992-95) 3.................................................................... 4,172, George Swarn (1983-86) 4.........................................................................3,118, Bob Hitchens (1971-73) 4.......................................................................2,874, Jay Peterson (1980-83) 6............................................................................2,839, Greg Jones (1978-81) 7.................................................................. 2,789, Rob Carpenter (1973-76) 8............................................................................ 2,457, John Pont (1949-51) 9.....................................................................2,400, Terry Carter (1990-94) 10................................................................... 2,396, Mark Hunter (1976-79)

Receptions

1.................................................................... 258, Ryne Robinson (2003-06) 2........................................................................ 229, Nick Harwell (2010-12) 3.............................................................. 210, Armand Robinson (2007-10) 4. .................................................................. 208, Martin Nance (2002-05) 5...................................................................200, Michael Larkin (2001-04) 6............................................................................ 157, Chris Givens (2007-11) 7........................................................................ 134, Jamal Rogers (2007-10) 8........................................................................128, Trevor Gaylor (1996-99) 9..........................................................................121, Jason Branch (1999-02) 10.................................................................................. 121, Jay Hall (1995-98)

Scoring

1......................................................................468, Travis Prentice (1996-99) 2. ................................................................... 306, Gary Gussman (1984-87) 3............................................................... 262, Jared Parseghian (2001-04) 4............................................................................. 238, Chad Seitz (1992-95) 4........................................................... 226, Deland McCullough (1992-95) 6......................................................................... 204, Bob Hitchens (1971-73) 7...............................................................................199, John Scott (1996-98) 8...................................................................... 198, Luke Clemens (2001-04) 9.................................................................... 192, Michael Larkin (2001-04) 10...................................................................... 177, Robert Jencks (1960-62)

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Ohio senior quarterback Tyler Tettleton

Dr. Roderick J. McDavis President

OHIO UNIVERSITY

Location: ...........................................................................................................Athens, Ohio President:........................................................................................Dr. Roderick J. McDavis Director of Athletics:............................................................................................Jim Schaus Head Coach:.....................................................................Frank Solich (Nebraska, 1966) Faculty Representative:.....................................Ann Gabriel and Patrick Washburn Enrollment:.................................................................................................................. 35,000 Founded:............................................................................................................................1804 Nickname:...................................................................................................................Bobcats Colors:....................................................................Hunter Green (PMS 342) and White Stadium: (Capacity):...............................................................Peden Stadium (24,000) Website:...........................................................................................www.ohiobobcats.com

Jim Schaus Director of Athletics

TEAM FACTS

Offense:....................................................................................................................... Multiple Defense:................................................................................................................................4-3 2012 Record:........................................................................................................................9-4 2012 Conference Record/Finish:.....................................................................4-4/3rd East Last Bowl Appearance:........................ Advocare V100 Independence Bowl (2012) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:................................................................................... 49/22 Starters Returning/Lost:.................................................................................................16/10 All-Time Record:................................................................................................. 525-529-48 All-Time MAC Record:......................................................................................... 217-246-11 MAC Championships/Last:......................................................................................... 5/1968

Frank Solich Head Coach

SPORTS INFORMATION

Football Contact:.......................................................................................... Tom Symonds Office Phone:.....................................................................................................740.593.1298 Office Fax:.......................................................................................................... 740.597.1838 Cell Phone...........................................................................................................330.283.8581 E-Mail:..................................................symondst@ohio.edu ; Twitter: @Tom_Symonds Peden Stadium Pressbox:............................................................................740.593.0500

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OHIO BOBCATS TEAM INFORMATION Date Opponent Sat., Sept. 1 at Louisville Sat., Sept. 7 North Texas Sat., Sept. 14 Marshall Sat., Sept. 21 Austin Peay Sat., Oct. 5 *at Akron Sat., Oct. 12 *Central Michigan Sat., Oct. 19 *at Eastern Michigan Sat., Oct. 26 *Miami Tue., Nov. 5 *at Buffalo Tue., Nov. 12 *at Bowling Green Tue., Nov. 19 *Kent State Fri., Nov. 29 *UMass *Mid-American Conference game

Primary Media Outlets Ohio Sports Information Football Contact: Tom Symonds 211 Convocation Center Athens, OH 45701 Phone: 740.593.1298 Fax: 740.597.1838 symondst@ohio.edu

Newspaper

Athens Messenger Beat Writer: Jason Arkley 9300 Johnson Rd. Athens, OH 45701 Phone: 740.592.6612 Fax: 740.592.4647 jarkley@athensmessenger.com The Post Ohio University Baker University Center Athens, OH 45701 Phone: 740.593.4011 Fax: 740.593.0561 thepost.baker.ohiou.edu Columbus Dispatch Beat Writer: Mark Znidar 34 South 3rd Street Columbus, OH 43215 Phone: 800,282,0263 Fax: 614.461.8798 mznidar@dispatch.com

Radio

Ohio Bobcat Sports Network Play-by-Play: Russ Eisenstein Color: Rob Cornelius Color: TBD 300 Columbus Rd. Athens, OH 45701 Phone: 740.593.6651

Television

Ohio News Network 770 Twin Rivers Drive Phone: 614.280.6319 onnsports@onnewsnow.com WBNS-TV (Ch. 10) 770 Twin Rivers Drive Phone: 614.280.6319 Phone: 614.460.3962 Fax: 614.460.2891 tina.commodore@10tv.com WCMH-TV (NBC - Ch. 4) 3165 Olentangy River Rd. Columbus, OH 43202 Phone: 614.263.555 Fax: 614.263.0166 sports@nbc4i.com WSYX-TV (ABC - Ch. 6) 1261 Dublin Rd. Columbus, OH 43215 Phone: 614.481.6666 Fax: 614.481.6624 cmorton@sbgnet.com

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Offense (8)

Pos.

Defense (6)

Pos.

Specialists (2)

Pos.

Nic Barber Keith Moore Travis Carrie Larenzo Fisher Ian Wells Josh Kristoff

Grant Venham Miles Chapman

Starters Lost (10)

QB RB TE WR WR LG RT LT DE LB CB CB CB SS P LS

Offense (4)

Pos.

Defense (5)

Pos.

Jordan Thompson Eric Herman Skyler Allen Vince Carlotta Neal Huynh Carl Jones Jelani Woseley Alphonso Lewis Gerald Moore

Specialists (1) Matt Weller

Time 3:30 pm ET 7:00 pm ET 8:00 pm ET 2:00 pm ET 2:00 pm ET 2:00 pm ET 1:00 pm ET 2:00 pm ET 8:00 pm ET 7:30 pm ET 8:00 pm ET TBA

Television ESPN ESPN3 ESPNews TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA ESPN2/ESPNU ESPNU/ESPN3 ESPN2/ESPNU ESPNU/ESPN3

Series Series tied 2-2 Ohio leads leads 1-0 Ohio leads 31-19-6 First Meeting Ohio leads 16-12-1 CMU leads 21-5-2 Ohio leads 17-11-1 Miami leads 52-35-2 Ohio leads 12-8 BGSU leads 37-25-2 Ohio leads 39-24-2 Ohio leads 1-0

2013 Squad Breakdown

Starters Returning (16) Tyler Tettleton Beau Blankenship Troy Hill Donte Foster Chase Cochran Jon Lechner Ryan McGrath John Prior

2013 Schedule

TE RG C LG DL DL LB LB FS

Pos. PK

2012 Statistics

Independence Bowl Co-Offensive MVP; 228-367 passing, 2,844 yards, 18 TDs Second Team All-MAC, single season record 1,604 yards, 16 TDs Led all tight ends with 3 TDs, 14 rec., 169 yards Posted single season career highs of 659 yards receiving, 8 TDs 22 rec., 377 yards and 4 TD Recorded 46 pancakes, five decleaters, and 51 knockdowns Started in 11 games, 78 pancakes, 17 decleaters, and 95 knockdowns Recorded 51 pancakes, 24 decleaters (team high), and 75 knockdowns

2012 Statistics

Started in seven games, tallied 12 tackles, 2.0 tfl 98 tackles, 5.5 tfl, 2.0 sacks, 2 INT Missed 2012 (injury); 2011 Second Team All-MAC, 49 tackles, 1.5 TFL, 4 INT 50 tackles, 8 pbu, 1 forced fumble and 1 fumble recovery 45 tackles, 1.0 tfl, 7 pbu and 1.0 sack Totaled 10 starts, 60 tackles, 2.5 TFL

2012 Statistics

55 punts, 2,174 yards, 39.5 avg., 68 long Appeared in all 13 games

2012 Statistics

8 rec., 95 yards, 1 TD Second Team All-MAC, started all 13 games, drafted in 7th rd by N.Y. Giants Second Team All-MAC, started in all 13 games, Started in 10 games, with 65 pancakes, two decleaters, and 77 knockdowns

2012 Statistics

Third Team All-MAC, 29 tackles, 8.0 tfl, 2.5 sacks Totaled 11 starts, 58 tackles, 7.5 tfl, 3.0 sacks, 1 forced fumble Started all 13 games, 59 tackles, 1.5 tfl, led the team with 4 INT Third Team All-MAC, second on the team with 61 tackles, 1.5 tfl, 2 pbu 45 tackles, 2.5 tfl, 1 INT, 4 pbu

2012 Statistics

Second Team All-MAC, 49-49 PATs, 23-31 field goal attempts, 118 total points

2012 Results (9-4, 4-4 MAC)

Date Opponent Score Total Off. September 1 at Penn State W, 24-14 499 September 8 New Mexico State W, 51-24 584 September 15 at Marshall W, 27-24 399 September 22 Norfolk State W, 44-10 378 September 29 *at UMass W, 37-34 503 October 6 *Buffalo W, 38-31 333 October 13 *Akron W, 34-28 441 October 27 *at Miami L, 20-23 464 November 1 *Eastern Michigan W, 45-14 559 November 7 *Bowling Green L, 14-26 244 November 14 *at Ball State L, 27-52 483 November 23 *at Kent State L, 6-28 339 December 28 vs. La-Monroe (Independence Bowl) W, 45-14 556 *Mid-American Conference game

Total Def. 352 206 491 241 511 501 456 424 305 288 588 377 314

Att. 97,186 25,893 33,436 23,673 8,321 20,044 25,542 19,326 16,789 19,122 10,097 18,230 41,853

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OHIO BOBCATS ROSTER INFORMATION No. 3 92 31 17 21 97 93 37 55 22 20 73 33 11 28 5 35 18 47 8 85 91 72 98 24 61 2 19 31 58 45 3 78 56 10 46 53 81 11 12 23 25 51 63 43 13 44 9 99 65 66 67 27 82 60 94 75 38 86 69 24 7 32 54 54 59 74 95

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Name Pos. Ht./Wt. Yr. Alexander, Leon S 6-2/190 FR Aloese, Cleon DL 6-1/290 FR Amicone, Matt K 5-5/176 RS FR Anderson, C.J. DB 6-1/196 JR Atwell, Brandon LB 6-2/225 RS JR Barber, Nic DL 6-3/230 RS SR Basham, Tarrell DL 6-4/248 FR Bass, Devin CB 5-9/179 RS SO Bennett, Andrew DL 6-5.5/257 RS SO Blankenship, Beau RB 5-8/202 RS SR Boykin, Ryan RB 6-0/224 RS SR Branz, Ty DE 6-2/242 RS SR Brown, Blair LB 5-11/220 RS FR Brown, Cedric WR 6-1/185 FR Brown, Dorian RB 5-11/195 FR Brown, Jarid CB 6-0/185 FR Carpenter, Nathan S 5-9/200 RS JR Carrie, Travis CB 5-11/212 RS SR Chapman, Miles LS 6-0/202 RS SO Cochran, Chase WR 6-2/185 RS JR Cope, Brendan WR 6-3/185 FR Crutcher, Antwan DL 6-1/308 JR Curtis, Michael OL 6-4/295 RS SO Davis, Tony DL 6-3/282 JR Davis, Toran S 6-0/210 RS FR Dietz, Bryce OL 6-5/313 RS JR Dixon, Ian WR 5-6/167 RS SO Dovell, Mario WR 5-11/210 RS SR Edmond, Tim LB 5-11/237 JR Everhart, Seth OL 6-4/316 RS SO Fisher, Larenzo CB 5-11/174 JR Foster, Donte WR 6-1/200 RS SR Gibbons, Nick OL 6-4/308 RS FR Gilbert, Wesley DL 6-2.5/296 RS FR Grady, Jr., A.J. LB 6-1/215 RS JR Green, Matt K 6-1/223 RS SO Haser, Justin DL 6-5.5/276 RS SO Henry, Davon TE 6-2.5/231 RS FR Hill, Troy TE 6-4/238 RS SR Holloway, Calvin S 6-0/203 RS FR Hughes, Xavier S 6-0/168 RS SR Ingol, Thad S 6-0/223 RS JR Johnson, Jovon LB 5-11/224 RS SO Johnson, Sam OL 6-3/313 RS SR Johnson, William LB 6-1/218 RS FR Jones, Devin S 6-0/203 RS SO Knight, Tyler TE 6-3/247 RS SR Kristoff, Josh S 6-0/195 RS JR Laseak, Kurt DE 6-3.5/231 RS FR Leavitt, Tate OL 6-6/300 FR Lechner, Jon OL 6-5/332 RS SR Lucas, Mike OL 6-3/311 RS SO Macer, Aaron S 5-11/191 RS SO Mangen, Troy TE 6-5/237 FR McGrath, Ryan OL 6-6/298 RS SR McLeod, Cameron DL 6-3/285 JR McQueen, Mike OL 6-5/313 RS SO Moore, Keith LB 5-11/220 RS SR Morgan, Mason TE 6-5/230 FR Murdock, Zach OL 6-4/285 FR Palermo, Brian RB 5-8/215 RS SO Patterson, Daz’mond RB 5-6/180 SO Poling, Quentin LB 6-0/215 FR Porter, Tony DL 6-4/280 FR Powell, Lucas OL 6-2.5/287 RS SO Price, Eric DL 6-4/246 RS SO Prior, John OL 6-6/303 RS SR Purdum, Brandon DL 6-2.5/264 RS SO

Hometown Detroit, Mich. Pago Pago, A.S. Zanesville, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Wythville, Va. Newark, Ohio Rocky Mount, Va. Omaha, Neb. Erie, Pa. Norman, Okla. Woodstock, Ga. York, Neb. Moreno Valley, Calif. Martinsburg, W. Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Huntingtown, Md. Lancaster, Ohio Antioch, Calif. Tiffin, Ohio Lebanon, Ohio Warren, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Mishawaka, Ind. Wyoming, Ohio Lithonia, Ga. Lincoln, Neb. Athens, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Carlisle, Ohio Washington, D.C. Guthrie, Okla. Stone Mountain, Ga. Defiance, Ohio Woodbridge, Va. Lexington, Ky. Pittsburgh, Pa. Round Rock, Texas New Kensington, Pa. Cincinnati, Ohio Germantown, Md. Barberton, Ohio Solon, Ohio Baltimore, Ohio Compton, Calif. Sandusky, Ohio Leesburg, Ga. Pickerington, Ohio Mentor, Ohio Thornville, Ohio Omaha, Neb. Chicago, Ill. Twinsburg, Ohio Union, Ohio Duncansville, Pa. McLain, Miss. Garfield Heights, Ohio Grove City, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Dublin, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pa. Plant City, Fla. Spencerville, Ohio Lawrenceville, Ga. Edgerton, Kan. Cincinnati, Ohio Portsmouth, Ohio London, Ohio

No. 26 42 12 5 36 84 56 30 42 2 90 96 87 52 6 18 20 89 83 34 40 21 4 29 48 15 80 79 41 68 71 14 57 16 39

Name Pos. Ht./Wt. Yr. Quallen, Corey S 6-2/205 FR Ray, James S 5-9/188 RS JR Reid, Jordan WR 6-2/195 RS FR Rodriguez, Malik WR 6-2/204 RS FR Russell, Ben LB 6-0/232 RS SO Sawyer, Kawmae WR 5-11.5/194 RS SO Sayles, Casey DL 6-3/260 FR Schany, Jake LB 6-2/205 RS FR Scipio, Blake DB 5-11/184 SO Shaw, Jamil CB 6-0/196 RS SR Smart, Trent DE 6-3/240 FR Smith, Kendric DL 6-3/261 RS JR Smith, Landon WR 5-10.5/184 JR Smith, Mark OL 6-3/277 RS JR Smith, Sebastian ATH 6-3/176 RS FR Sprague, JD QB 6-1/188 RS FR Stewart, Dyquan CB 5-9/175 FR Talbert, Anthony TE 6-4/245 RS SR Tanner, John TE 6-4/250 RS FR Tautuiaki, Watson DL 6-2/290 SO Teipel, Nieco LB/P 6-1/224 RS SR Terpin, Mike CB 5-9/160 RS SO Tettleton, Tyler QB 6-0/198 RS SR Timson, Storm LB 5-10/206 RS JR Venham, Grant P 6-2/210 RS SO Vick, Derrius QB 6-0/195 RS SO Waters, Matt WR 6-0/201 RS SR Watson, Troy OL 6-5.5/282 RS FR Wells, Ian CB 5-11/197 RS SO Welter, Jacob OL 6-3.5/296 RS SO Williams, Bubba OL 6-1/272 RS JR Windham, Greg QB 6-1/218 RS FR Wood, Durrell OL 6-3/325 FR Wyatt, Justin WR 6-1/185 FR Yazdani, Josiah K 5-10/197 RS SO

Hometown Mason, Ohio Akron, Ohio Stone Mountain, Ga. Brooklyn, N.Y. Cincinnati, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Omaha, Neb. Blair, Neb. Hilliard, Ohio Alexandria, Va. Wilmington, Ohio Harker Heights, Texas Girard, Ohio Sarasota, Fla. Columbus, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Stafford, Va. Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Sacramento, Calif. Ft. Mitchell, Ky. Pittsburgh, Pa. Norman, Okla. Columbus, Ohio Belpre, Ohio Lincoln, Neb. Council Bluffs, Iowa Aurora, Ohio Dayton, Ohio Danville, Ca. Loveland, Ohio Tampa, Fla. Columbus, Ohio Lawrenceville, Ga. Albany, Ohio

2013 MAC Football Record Book


OHIO BOBCATS COACHING INFORMATION/STADIUM FACTS Coaches Information

Head Coach:...............................................................................................................................................................Frank Solich (Ninth Season) Alma Mater:...................................................................................................................................................................................... Nebraska, 1966 Hometown:....................................................................................................................................................................................... Cleveland, Ohio Overall Record:.................................................................................................................................................................................117-63 (14 years) School Record:............................................................................................................................................................................ 59-44 (Eight years) MAC Record:...............................................................................................................................................................................40-25 (Eight years)

Previous Coaching Experience

Holy Name (Neb.) HS.......................................................................................................................................................Head Coach (1966-67) Lincoln (Neb. Southeast HS............................................................................................................................................. Head Coach (1968-78) Nebraska............................................................................................................................Assistant Coach (1979-97); Head Coach (1998-03)

Solich’s Year-By-Year

Year School Overall Conference Bowl 1998 Nebraska 9-4 5-3/T-2nd North Holiday 1999 Nebraska 12-1 7-1/Big 12 Champ Tostitos 2000 Nebraska 10-2 6-2/T-1st North Alamo 2001 Nebraska 11-2 7-1/T-1st North Rose 2002 Nebraska 7-7 3-5/4th North Independence 2003 Nebraska 9-3 5-2/2nd North Alamo 2005 Ohio 4-7 3-5/4th East -2006 Ohio 9-5 7-1/1st East GMAC 2007 Ohio 6-6 4-4/T-4th East -2008 Ohio 4-8 3-5/T-4th East -2009 Ohio 9-5 7-1/T-1st East Little Caesar’s Pizza 2010 Ohio 8-5 6-2/2nd East R+L Carriers New Orleans Solich vs. The MAC 2011 Ohio 10-4 6-2/1st East Famous Idaho Potato vs. Akron............................................... 6-2 2012 Ohio 9-4 4-4/3rd East Advocare V100 Independence vs. Ball State........................................ 2-2 Totals (14 years) 117-63 (.650) 40-27 MAC Only (.597) 4-6 (.400) vs. Bowling Green............................... 4-4 vs. Buffalo............................................. 5-3 Assistant Coaches vs. Central Michigan........................... 1-4 Tim Albin, Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator/Running Backs.................................Northwestern Oklahoma State, ‘89 vs. Eastern Michigan..........................4-0 Jimmy Burrow, Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Safeties............................................................................. Nebraska, ‘76 Gerry Gdowski, Assistant Head Coach/Quarterbacks.............................................................................................................Nebraska, ‘90 vs. Kent State....................................... 4-4 Ron Collins, Linebackers.................................................................................................................................................... Washington State, ‘87 vs. Miami............................................... 6-2 Dwayne Dixon, Wide Receivers...........................................................................................................................................................Florida, ‘85 vs. UMass................................................1-0 Brian Haines, Recruiting Coordinator/Tight Ends/Special Teams Coordinator..................................................................Marietta, ‘04 vs. Northern Illinois.............................. 2-1 Keven Lightner, Offensive Line......................................................................................................................................................Nebraska, ‘96 vs. Temple.............................................. 4-1 James Ward, Cornerbacks.........................................................................................................................................................Puget Sound, ‘96 vs. Toledo..............................................0-3 Jesse Williams, Defensive Line.................................................................................................................................................Sonoma State, ‘88 vs. Western Michigan..................1-1 Jason Grooms, Assistant AD for Football Operations.......................................................................................................................... Ohio, 01

Ohio All-Time Coaching Records

Years Coach Seasons Record 1894 No Coach 1 0-1 1895 Harvey Deme 1 2-3 1896 Frank Remsburg 1 4-2-1 1897 Warwick Ford 1 7-2 1898 Pete McLaren 1 1-2-1 1899 Fred Sullivan 1 2-2 1900 Karl Core 1 2-4-1 1901 Art Jones 1 6-1-2 1902 Harold Monosmith 1 0-5-1 1903 Fred Sullivan 1 2-4 1904 Henry Hart 1 2-4-1 1905 Joseph Railsbeck 1 2-5-2 1906-08 Art McFarland 3 13-10-1 1909-10 Robert Woods 2 2-10-3 1911-12 Arthur Hinaman 2 4-10-3 1913-17 Mark Banks 5 22-17-2 1918-19 Fran Gullum 2 7-5-1 1920-22 Russ Finsterwald 3 13-10-1 1923 F.B. Heldt 1 3-5-1 1924-46 Don Peden 23 121-46-11 1947-48 Harold Wise 2 6-11-1 1949-57 Carroll Widdoes 9 42-36-5 1958-77 Bill Hess 20 108-91-4 1978 Bob Kappes 1 3-8 1979-84 Brian Burke 6 31-34-1 1985-89 Cleve Bryant 5 9-44-2 1990-94 Tom Lichtenberg 5 8-45-2 1995-00 Jim Grobe 6 33-33-1 2001-04 Brian Knorr 4 11-35 2005-pr. Frank Solich 8 59-44 Totals 119 525-529-48

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Pct. .000 .400 .643 .778 .375 .500 .357 .778 .083 .333 .357 .333 .562 .233 .323 .561 .577 .562 .389 .711 .361 .536 .542 .273 .478 .182 .145 .500 .239 .573 .498

Peden Stadium Capacity:................................................................................................................................................24,000 Surface:................................................................................................................................................FieldTurf First Season in Stadium:...........................................................................................................................1929 Largest Home Crowd:....................................................................25,893 vs. New Mexico State (2012)

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OHIO BOBCATS Year-By-Year Record/Bowl Records Year Coach

1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 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 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963

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No Coach Harvey Deme Frank Remsburg Warwick Ford Peter McLaren Fred Sullivan Karl Cole Art Jones Harold Monosmith Fred Sullivan Henry Hart Joseph Railsback Arthur McFarland Arthur McFarland Arthur McFarland Robert Woods Robert Woods Arthur Hinaman Arthur Hinaman Mark Banks Mark Banks Mark Banks Mark Banks Mark Banks Frank Gullum Frank Gullum Russ Finsterwald Russ Finsterwald Russ Finsterwald F.B. Heldt Don Peden Don Peden Don Peden Don Peden Don Peden Don Peden Don Peden Don Peden Don Peden Don Peden Don Peden Don Peden Don Peden Don Peden Don Peden Don Peden Don Peden Don Peden Don Peden No Games (WWII) No Games (WWII) Don Peden Don Peden Harold Wise Harold Wise Harold Wise Carrol Widdoes Carrol Widdoes Carrol Widdoes Carrol Widdoes Carrol Widdoes Carrol Widdoes Carrol Widdoes Carrol Widdoes Bill Hess Bill Hess Bill Hess Bill Hess Bill Hess Bill Hess

MAC Finish Overall -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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0-1 2-3 4-2-1 7-2 1-2-1 2-2 2-4-1 6-1-2 0-5-1 2-4 2-4-1 2-5-2 7-1 3-4-1 3-5 2-4-2 0-6-1 3-3-2 1-7-1 2-5-1 4-4 8-1 5-2-1 3-5 4-0-1 3-5 4-3 4-4-1 5-3 3-5-1 4-4 6-2 5-2-1 4-2-2 6-3 9-0 8-0-1 7-1 7-2 6-2-1 4-4-1 8-0 5-2-1 5-3-1 7-2 6-3 5-2-2 5-2-1 5-3

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

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

3-4 6-3 3-5-1 3-6 4-4-1 6-4 5-4-1 6-2-1 6-2-1 6-3 5-4 2-7 2-6-1 5-4 7-2 10-0 5-3-1 8-3 6-4

Bowl

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Year Coach

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 2011 2012

Bill Hess Bill Hess Bill Hess Bill Hess Bill Hess Bill Hess Bill Hess Bill Hess Bill Hess Bill Hess Bill Hess Bill Hess Bill Hess Bill Hess Bob Kappes Brian Burke Brian Burke Brian Burke Brian Burke Brian Burke Brian Burke Cleve Bryant Cleve Bryant Cleve Bryant Cleve Bryant Cleve Bryant Tom Lictenberg Tom Lictenberg Tom Lictenberg Tom Lictenberg Tom Lictenberg Jim Grobe Jim Grobe Jim Grobe Jim Grobe Jim Grobe Jim Grobe Brian Knorr Brian Knorr Brian Knorr Brian Knorr Frank Solich Frank Solich Frank Solich Frank Solich Frank Solich Frank Solich Frank Solich Frank Solich

Date

12/31/62 12/28/68 1/7/07 12/26/09 12/18/10 12/17/11 12/28/12

Bowl

MAC Finish Overall 3-2-1 0-6 3-3 5-1 6-0 2-3 3-2 2-3 1-4 2-3 3-2 3-3-1 6-2 0-8 3-5 4-4 5-4 5-4 5-4 3-6 4-4-1 2-7 0-8 0-8 4-3-1 1-6-1 0-7-1 1-6-1 1-7 4-5 0-9 1-6-1 5-3 6-2 5-3 5-3 5-3 1-7 4-4 1-7 2-6 3-5 7-1 4-4 3-5 7-1 6-2 6-2 4-4

4th 7th 4th T-1st 1st T-3rd T-2nd T-3rd 6th T-3rd T-2nd 6th T-2nd 10th T-5th T-4th T-5th T-5th T-5th 8th 4th 10th 9th 9th 5th T-7th 9th 8th T-9th 6th 10th 9th 4th T-2nd/East T-3rd/East T-3rd/East T-3rd/East 7th/East 4th/East T-6th/East T-5th/East 4th/East 1st/East T-4th/East T-4th/East T-1st/East 2nd/East 1st/East 3rd/East

Bowl Results (2-5) Opponent

Bowl

5-4-1 -0-10 -5-5 -6-4 -10-1 Tangerine 5-4-1 -4-5 -5-5 -3-8 -5-5 -6-5 -5-5-1 -7-4 -1-10 -3-8 -6-5 -6-5 -5-6 -6-5 -4-7 -4-6-1 -2-9 -1-10 -1-10 -4-6-1 -1-9-1 -1-9-1 -2-8-1 -1-10 -4-7 -0-11 -2-8-1 -6-6 -8-3 -5-6 -5-6 -7-4 -1-10 -4-8 -2-10 -4-7 -4-7 -9-5 GMAC 6-6 -4-8 -9-5 Little Caesar’s Pizza 8-5 R+L Carriers 10-4 Famous Idaho 9-4 Independence

Sun West Texas State Tangerine Richmond GMAC Southern Miss Little Caesar’s Pizza Marshall R+L Carriers Troy Famous Idaho Potato Utah State Advocare V100 Independence Louisiana-Monroe

Result L, 14-15 L, 42-49 L, 7-28 L, 17-21 L, 21-48 W, 24-23 W, 45-14

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OHIO BOBCATS OHIO SCHOOL RECORDS Game

Ohio Career Leaders

Individual

Total Offense................................................................................413, Boo Jackson vs. Central Michigan (2008) Yards Rushing............................................................................. 282, Kareem Wilson vs. Bowling Green (1996) Rushing Attempts.............................................................................................43, Bill Gary vs. Kent State (1970) Yards Passing.....................................................................................409, Donny Harrison vs. Kent State (1983) Pass Attempts...............................................................................64, Donny Harrison vs. Bowling Green (1983) Pass Completions..........................................................................35, Bruce Porter vs. Central Michigan (1986) Yards Receiving.........................................................................................214, Todd Snyder vs. Richmond (1968) Receptions......................................................................................................14, Taylor Price vs. Wyoming (2008)

Season Total Offense................................................................................................................ 3,960, Tyler Tettleton (2011) Yards Rushing....................................................................................................... 1,604, Beau Blankenship (2012) Rushing Attempts.......................................................................................................... 294, Kalvin McRae (2007) Rushing Touchdowns........................................................................................................19, Kalvin McRae (2007) Yards Passing................................................................................................................3,302, Tyler Tettleton (2011) Pass Attempts................................................................................................................... 415, Tyler Tettleton (2011) Pass Completions............................................................................................................ 267, Tyler Tettleton (2011) Touchdown Passes.............................................................................................................28, Tyler Tettleton (2011) Yards Receiving................................................................................................................1,146, LaVon Brazill (2011) Receptions..............................................................................................................................74, LaVon Brazill (2011) Touchdown Catches..............................................................................................................11, LaVon Brazill (2011) Interceptions..................................................................................................................................9, Joe Callan (1979) Points.........................................................................................................................................123, Matt Weller (2011)

Career Total Offense................................................................................................7,152, Tyler Tettleton (2009-present) Yards Rushing....................................................................................................... 4,398, Kalvin McRae (2004-07) Rushing Attempts................................................................................................... 903, Kalvin McRae (2004-07) Rushing Touchdowns................................................................................................49, Kareem Wilson (1995-98) Yards Passing..............................................................................................6,274, Tyler Tettleton (2009-present) Pass Attempts....................................................................................................889, Anthony Thornton (1987-90) Pass Completions......................................................................................... 504, Tyler Tettleton (2009-present) Touchdown Passes..........................................................................................46, Tyler Tettleton (2009-present) Yards Receiving..........................................................................................................2,511, LaVon Brazill (2007-11) Receptions......................................................................................................................189, LaVon Brazill (2007-11) Touchdown Catches..............................................................................................19, Terrence McCrae (2007-10) Points...............................................................................................................................409, Matt Weller (2009-12)

Game

Team

Points ................................................................................................................................... 89, vs. Wittenberg (1916) Total Offense........................................................................................................ 662, vs. Eastern Michigan (1980) Yards Rushing........................................................................................................612, vs. Eastern Michigan (1997) Yards Passing....................................................................................................................409, vs. Kent State (1983) First Downs.................................................................................................................38, vs. Tennessee Tech (2000)

Season Points................................................................................................................................................................427, (2011) Total Offense...............................................................................................................................................6,241, (2011) Yards Rushing..........................................................................................................................................3,553, (2000) Yards Passing............................................................................................................................................. 3,482, (2011) First Downs.................................................................................................................................................. 246, (2000) Fewest Points Allowed....................................................................................................................................7. (1929) Consecutive Wins......................................................................................................................................12, (1928-30)

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Total Offense

1.........................................................7,152, Tyler Tettleton (2009-present) 2...........................................................6,753, Anthony Thornton (1987-90) 3. .................................................................... 6,262, Sammy Shon (1978-81) 4................................................................. 5,702, Kareem Wilson (1995-98) 5.......................................................................5,145, Boo Jackson (2008-10) 6.....................................................................4,946, Cleve Bryant (1967-69) 7...............................................................4,653, Dontrell Jackson (1999-02) 8..................................................................4,398, Kalvin McRae (2004-07) 9...............................................................4,372, Austen Everson (2003-06) 10.................................................................4,317 Donny Harrison (1979-83)

Passing Yards

1........................................................6,274, Tyler Tettleton (2009-present) 2....................................................................... 5,412, Sammy Shon (1978-81) 3............................................................5,199, Anthony Thornton (1987-90) 4......................................................................4,446, Boo Jackson (2008-10) 5.................................................................3,856, Donny Harrison (1979-83) 6...............................................................3,586, Austen Everson (2003-06) 7...........................................................3,475, Dennis Swearingen (1982-85) 8...................................................................... 3,414, Cleve Bryant (1967-69) 9........................................................................3,359, Theo Scott (2007-09) 10......................................................................... 2,873, Rich Bevly (1972-74)

Receiving Yards

1...................................................................2,511, LaVon Brazill (2007-2011) 2.......................................................................2,241, Todd Snyder (1967-69) 3..................................................................... 2,019, Taylor Price (2006-09) 4. .....................................................................1,847, Scott Mayle (2002-06) 5............................................................. 1,761, Eddie Washington (1980-83) 6............................................................ 1,620, Tom Compernolle (1983-86) 7............................................................................. 1,459, Bob Allen (1969-71) 8...............................................................1,374, Courtney Burton (1990-93) 9......................................................................1,365, LaVon Brazill (2007-11) 10........................................................................1,288, Mike Green (1972-75)

Rushing Yards

1...................................................................4,398, Kalvin McRae (2004-07) 2. .........................................................3,972, Steveland Hookfin (1995-98) 3..................................................................3,597, Kareem Wilson (1995-98) 4.......................................................................... 2,995, Tim Curtis (1990-93) 5....................................................................2,826, Chad Brinker (1999-02) 6.....................................................................2,614, Kevin Babcok (1976-79) 7................................................................. 2,525, Arnold Welcher (1974-77) 8........................................................................2,364, Bob Brooks (1958-60) 9...............................................................2,201, Dontrell Jackson (1999-02) 10................................................2,066, Beau Blankenship (2011-present)

Receptions

1..........................................................................189, LaVon Brazill (2007-11) 2.........................................................................145, Taylor Price (2006-09) 3................................................................ 144, Tom Compernolle (1983-86) 4. ........................................................................140, Todd Snyder (1967-69) 5................................................................127, Eddie Washington (1980-83) 6......................................................................... 107, Scott Mayle (2002-06) 7.......................................................................... 105, Mark Geisler (1976-79) 8................................................................................ 103, Bob Allen (1969-71) 9................................................................. 102, Courtney Burton (1990-93) 10..............................................................98, Donte’ Foster (2010-present)

Scoring

1.....................................................................409, Matt Weller (2009-2012) 2.................................................................... 302, Kareem Wilson (1995-98) 3.....................................................................296, Kalvin McRae (2004-07) 4.............................................................................229, Kevin Kerr (1999-02) 5........................................................................ 184, Chad Brinker (1999-02) t6..............................................................176, Steveland Hookfin (1995-98) t6.......................................................................... 176, Steve Green (1976-79) 8...................................................................... 162, Bob Houmard (1966-68) 9.......................................................................... 160, Gary Homer (1972-75) 10..........................................................................152, Andy Vetter (1974-77)

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UMass senior tight end Rob Blanchflower

Dr. Kumble Subbaswamy Chancellor

UNIVERSITY of MASSACHUSETTS

Location: .......................................................................................................Amherst, Mass. Chancellor:.......................Dr. Kumble R. Subbaswamy (Bangalore University, ‘69) Director of Athletics:........................................... John McCutcheon (Indiana, Pa., ‘75) Head Coach:............................................................. Charley Molnar (Lock Haven, ‘84) Faculty Representative:....................................Rebecca Spencer (Hope College ‘97) Enrollment:....................................................................................................................28,236 Founded:............................................................................................................................1863 Nickname:............................................................................................................Minutemen Colors:......................................................Maroon (PMS 506), White, Cool Grey, Black Stadium: (Capacity):..............................................Gillette Stadium (68,756, fieldturf) Website:...................................................................................... www.umassathletics.com

John McCutcheon Director of Athletics

TEAM FACTS

Offense:......................................................................................................................... Spread Defense:................................................................................................................................4-3 2012 Record:........................................................................................................................ 1-11 2012 Conference Record/Finish:......................................................................1-7/6th East Last Bowl Appearance:............................................1972 Boardwalk Bowl (W, 35-14) Letterwinners Returning/Lost:................................................................................... 45/30 Starters Returning/Lost:...................................................................................................17/11 All-Time Record:...................................................................................................557-537-51 All-Time MAC Record:.......................................................................................................1-7 MAC Championships/Last:.......................................................................................NA/NA

Charley Molnar Head Coach

MEDIA RELATIONS

Football Contact:..........................................................John Sinnett (Wake Forest, ‘01) Office Phone:..................................................................................................... 413-545-1774 Office Fax:..........................................................................................................413-545-1556 Cell Phone:........................................................................................................ 413-687-2237 E-Mail:.......................................................................................jsinnett@admin.umass.edu Gillette Stadium Pressbox:..........................................................................508-698-1960

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UMASS MINUTEMEN TEAM INFORMATION Date Opponent Sat, Aug. 31 at Wisconsin Sat., Sept. 7 Maine Sat., Sept. 14 at Kansas State Sat., Sept. 21 Vanderbilt Sat., Oct. 5 *at Bowling Green Sat., Oct. 12 *Miami Sat., Oct. 19 *at Buffalo Sat., Oct. 26 *Western Michigan Sat., Nov. 2 *Northern Illinois Sat., Nov. 16 *Akron Sat., Nov. 23 *at Central Michigan Fri., Nov. 29 *at Ohio *Mid-American Conference game

Primary Media Outlets UMass Athletic Communications

Football Contact: John Sinnett 290 Boyden Building Amherst, MA 01003 Phone: 413-687-2237 jsinnett@admin.umass.edu

Newspaper

Springfield Republican Beat writer: Jeff Thomas, Harry Plumber 1860 Main Street,Springfield, MA 01102 Phone: 413-788-1210 email: sports@repub.com Daily Hampshire Gazette Beat writer: Matt Vautour 115 Conz Street Northhampton, MA 01060 Phone: 413-585-5245 email: sports@gazettenet.com Boston Globe Beat writer: Joe Sullivan, Editor 135 Morrissey Blvd., Boston, MA 02107 Phone: 617-929-2860 email: sports@globe.com Boston Herald Beat writer: John Connolly 451 D Street, Boston, MA 02210 Phone: 617-619-6410 email: sports@bostonherald.com Worcester Telegram & Gazette Beat writer: Kerri Fleming Box 15012, Worcester, MA 01615 Phone: 508-793-9100 email: sports@telegram.com Massachusetts Daily Collegian Beat writer: TBA 113 Campus Center, Amherst, MA 01003 Phone: 413-545-1762 email: sports@dailycollegian.com

Radio

UMass Sports Network 105.5 FM WEEI Springfield Play-by-Play: Josh Maurer Color: Matt Goldstein

Offense (4)

Pos.

Defense (7)

Pos.

TE OL WR QB

Stanley Andre Khary Bailey-Smith Kevin Byrne Trey Dudley-Giles Randall Jette Kassan Messiah Jovan Santos-Knox

DL DB DL DB DB LB LB

Specialists (6)

Pos.

Vance Barton Jordan Broadnax Colter Johnson Brendan Levengood Blake Lucas Jeff Strait

Starters Lost (11) Offense (7)

2012 Statistics

43 rec., 464 yds., 2 TDs Started in nine games at right tackle last season 20 rec., 206 yds. 1,825 yards passing, 6 TDs, 10 INT, 52.6%

2012 Statistics

41 tackles, 4.0 tfl, 1.0 sack 45 tackles, 2 INT, 2 rec. fumbles, 1 ff 27 tackles, 4.0 tfl, 2.0 sacks 43 tackles, 4 pbu 53 tackles, 2 INT, 4 pbu 65 tackles, 3.0 tfl, 1.0 sack 32 tackles, 4.0 tfl, 1 ff

2012 Statistics

LS KR P KO K H

Pos.

Mike Cox Marken Michel Stephan Milhim Quinton Sales Nick Speller Deion Walker Alan Williams

RB WR OL OL OL WR WR

Defense (4)

Pos.

Perry McIntyre Darren Thellen Chaz Thompson Hafis Williams

Time Television Series Noon ET Big Ten Network First Meeting 2:00 pm ET ESPN3 UMass leads 41-16-1 7:00 pm ET Kansas State leads 2-0 Noon ET Vanderbilt leads 1-0 3:30 pm ET BGSU leads 1-0 3:00 pm ET Miami leads 1-0 3:30 pm ET TW Cable Sports Series tied 5-5 3:00 pm ET WMU leads 1-0 Noon ET ESPN Regional/ESPN3 NIU leads 1-0 1:00 pm ET UMass leads 1-0 1:00 pm ET CMU leads 1-0 TBA TBA Ohio leads 1-0

2013 Squad Breakdown

Starters Returning (17) Rob Blanchflower Anthony Dima Tajae Sharpe Mike Wegzyn

2013 Schedule

Appeared in all 12 games last season 21.1 avg., long of 61 yards 43.8 avg., 19 punts 50+ yds. 60.7 avg., 10 TB 7-8 FG, 8-9 PAT Appeared in all 12 games last season

2012 Statistics

715 yds rushing, 3.6 avg., 5 TDs 28 rec., 229 yds. Started in all 12 games at left tackle last year Started in all 12 games at center last year Started in eight games at right guard last year 59 rec., 667 yds., 3 TDs 42 rec., 438 yds., 4 TDs

LB DB DL DL

2012 Statistics

132 tackles, 7.5 tfl, 3.0 sacks, 4 pbu 79 tackles, 3 INT, 3 pbu 38 tackles, 6.0 tfl, 0.5 sack 50 tackles, 4.0 tfl, 1 ff

Television

WSHM-TV 3 (CBS) Sports Director: TBA 1 Monarch Place, Suite 300 Springfield, MA 01144 Phone: 413-736-4333 email: sports@cbs3springfield.com WGGB-TV 40 (ABC) Sports Director: Mike Leslie 1300 Liberty Street Springfield, MA 01102 Phone: 413-785-1914 email: mleslie@wggb.com WWLP-TV 22 (NBC) Sports Director: TBA P.O. Box 2210 Phone: 413-377-1193 WFXT-TV (Fox) Sports Director: Sean Thorp 25 Fox Drive, Dedham, MA 02027 Phone: 781-467-1344

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2012 Results (1-11, 1-7 MAC)

Date Opponent Score Total Off. Total Def. August 30 at UConn L, 0-37 62 375 September 8 Indiana L, 6-45 264 596 September 15 at Michigan L, 13-63 236 562 September 22 *at Miami L, 16-27 471 408 September 29 *Ohio L, 34-37 511 503 October 6 *at Western Michigan L, 14-52 218 551 October 20 *Bowling Green L, 0-24 118 282 October 27 at Vanderbilt L, 7-49 264 443 November 3 *at Northern Illinois L, 0-63 267 610 November 10 *at Akron W, 22-14 327 427 November 17 *Buffalo L, 19-29 264 405 November 23 *Central Michigan L, 21-42 317 344

Att. 35,270 16,304 110,708 15,159 8,321 15,671 10,846 32,227 11,114 7,716 12,649 6,385

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UMass Roster No. 35 21 12 48 14 89 23 73 87 37 28 42 93 34 49 46 39 86 88 70 15 20 31 85 17 91 8 75 57 52 64 96 80 3 98 97 59 90 33 45 60 95 18 77 43 6 50 54 1 26 69 78 41 2 11 13 22

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Name Pos. Yr. Ht./Wt. Stanley Andre DL/LB SR 6-2/240 Khary Bailey-Smith DB SO 6-2/190 Elijah Barrows DB RS FR 6-1/180 Vance Barton LS RS SR 6-2/236 Dalvin Battle WR RS FR 5-10/175 Derek Beck WR/TE SO 6-4/225 Stacey Bedell RB RS FR 5-10/180 John Bieren DL RS FR 6-3/225 Rob Blanchflower TE RS SR 6-4/250 Tom Brandt LB RS SR 6-1/215 Jordan Broadnax RB JR 5-9/175 Devin Brown DB SR 5-10/185 Kevin Byrne DL RS SR 6-3/290 Matt Carini RB RS JR 5-10/200 Galen Clemons DL RS SR 6-2/275 Joe Colton DB SO 5-8/188 Eduardo Cruz DB SR Nevin Cyr TE RS FR 6-3/230 Bernard Davis WR SO 6-1/180 Anthony Dima OL RS SR 6-7/302 A.J. Doyle QB SO 6-3/226 Trey Dudley-Giles DB SO 5-11/170 Iric Harris WR RS SO 5-8/175 Brandon Howard TE RS SO 6-5/250 Randall Jette DB RS SO 5-11/175 Colter Johnson P SR 6-4/200 Jaurice Jones DB SO 6-1/180 Robert Kitching DL SO 6-1/300 Leo Krizanovic LB RS FR 6-2/235 Vondell Langston LB RS FR 6-0/210 Al Leneus OL SO 6-2/295 Brendon Levengood K/P RS SR 6-1/197 Elgin Long WR RS SO 5-10/189 Kevin Lovaincy WR RS FR 6-4/198 Blake Lucas K SO 5-8/166 Daniel Maynes DL RS JR 6-2/230 Michael McKenna LB RS SO 6-1/215 Kassan Messiah LB SO 6-4/225 Rodney Mills WR SO 6-1/205 Greg Orekoya RB RS JR 5-10/177 Femi Oyewole OL Brandon Potvin DL RS SR 6-1/262 Matthew Quinn QB RS JR 6-3/210 Adam Richard DL RS FR 6-3/220 John Robinson LB SO 6-2/225 Ed Saint-Vil DB RS JR 5-11/190 Jovan Santos-Knox LB SO 6-2/235 Trey Seals DL RS SO 6-4/231 Tajae Sharpe WR SO 6-2/175 Quayshun Smith DB JR 5-9/160 Tyrell Smith OL RS FR 6-5/285 Matt Sparks OL SO 6-4/275 Jeff Strait P RS SR 6-0/197 Antoine Tharpe DB SR 5-10/190 Mike Wegzyn QB RS SO 6-5/215 D’Metrius Williams DB SO 5-11/170 Jamal Wilson RB RS SO 5-10/190

Hometown Dorchester, Mass. Weymouth, Mass. Springfield, Mass. Albany, N.Y. Fort Myers, Fla. Bridgewater, N.J. Mastic Beach, N.Y. Nashua, N.H. Leominster, Mass. Natick, Mass. Virginia Beach, Va. Piedmont, Calif. Mashpee, Mass. Franklin, Mass. Danielsville, Pa. Norwood, Mass. New Bedford, Mass. Pelham, N.H. Lake Worth, Fla. Centereach, N.Y. Lakeville, Mass. Dade City, Fla. Woodbridge, Va. Wrentham, Mass. Oak Bluffs, Mass. Warren, Pa. Linden, N.J. Brooklyn, N.Y. Clifton, N.J. Everett, Mass. Nanuet, N.Y. Lebanon, Pa. Arlington, Texas Cambridge, Mass. Cochran, Ga. Waltham, Mass. Vernon Valley, N.J. Orange, N.J. Gainsville, Fla. Malden, Mass. Los Angeles, Calif. Worcester, Mass. Seekonk, Mass. Milton, Mass. Springfield, Mass. Miramar, Fla. Middletown, Conn. Columbia, S.C. Piscataway, N.J. Tallahassee, Fla. Lanoka Harbor, N.J. Mililani, Hawaii Manheim, Pa. Lauderhill, Fla, Knoxville, Tenn. Virginia Beach, Va. Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Player Klysmann Afonso Justin Anderson Peter Angeh Enock Asante DuVaughn Beckford E.J. Burston Josh Bruns Hunter Burlinson Steve Casali Matt Chase Terrel Correia Nate Crutchfield Sharif Custis Derek Dussault Shaquille Harris Tyshon Henderson Fabian Hoeller Shane Huber Daquan Mack Ricardo Miller Cameron Mock Peter Ngobidi Chibuese Nwokeji Jordan Page Jackson Porter Rich Queen Todd Stafford Nick Valles Elijah Wilkinson Arthur Williams Lorenzo Woodley D.J. Woods Sam Zeff

Pos. Yr. Ht./Wt. WR FR 5-9/175 DL GR 6-5/280 DL FR 6-2/245 DL FR 6-2/260 DB JR 6-0/180 WR FR 6-3/170 OL FR 6-5/285 DB SO LB FR 6-2/225 WR FR OL/DL FR 6-7/280 QB FR 6-2/200 TE FR 6-3/215 LB FR WR FR 6-2/206 OL FR 6-7/315 OL FR 6-3/301 LB FR 6-3/235 RB FR 6-1/247 TE/WR GR 6-4/226 OL FR 6-7/305 LB/DL FR 6-2/260 LB OL FR 6-5/300 DB FR 6-1/185 OL FR 6-3/275 QB FR 6-7/250 RB FR 5-10/200 DL FR 6-4/310 DB FR 6-3/185 RB FR 6-0/210 WR FR 5-9/170 OL FR 6-5/275

Hometown Medford, Mass. Blythewood, S.C. Silver Spring, Md. Trenton, N.J. Nantucket, Mass. Bradenton, Fla. Bullhead City, Ariz. Worcester, Mass. Farmingville, N.Y. Brooklyn, N.Y. Nantucket, Mass. Montclair, N.J. Philadelphia, Pa. Woodstock, Conn. Palmetto, Fla. Newark, N.J. Cologne, Germany Basking Ridge, N.J. Levitttown, Pa. Orlando, Fla. Clayton, N.M. Hyde Park, Mass. Lynn, Mass. Ewing, N.J. Ellicott City, Md. Alendale, N.J. Riverside, Conn. Danvers, Mass. Downingtown, Pa. Sebring, Fla. Miami, Fla. Coral Springs, Fla. Montclair, N.J.

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UMASS MINUTEMEN COACHING INFORMATION/STADIUM FACTS Coaches Information

Head Coach:......................................................................................................................................................Charley Molnar (Second Season) Alma Mater:..................................................................................................................................................................................Lock Haven, 1984 Hometown:........................................................................................................................................................................................Morristown, N.J. Overall Record:.........................................................................................................................................................................1-11 (Second Season) School Record:...........................................................................................................................................................................1-11 (Second Season) MAC Record:..............................................................................................................................................................................1-7 (Second Season)

Previous Coaching Experience

Virginia.......................................................................................................................................................................Graduate Assistant (1987-88) Western Carolina.......................................................................................................................................................Quarterbacks Coach (1989) Illinois State..............................................................................................Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers (1990-93) Kent State.......................................................................................... Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks/Wide Recievers (1994-2000) Eastern Illinois.......................................................................................................................................................... Wide Receivers Coach (2001) Eastern Michigan......................................................................................................................................................Quarterbacks Coach (2002) Western Michigan.............................................................................................................................................Quarterbacks Coach (2003-04) Indiana State............................................................................................................. Associate Head Coach/Offensive Coordinator (2005) Central Michigan....................................................................................................................... Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers Coach (2006) Cincinnati.....................................................................................................Passing Game Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach (2007-09) Notre Dame...............................................................................................................Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach (2010-11)

Molnar vs. The MAC

Molnar’s Year-By-Year

Year School Overall Conference Bowl UMass 1-11 1-7/6th East -vs. Akron................................................1-0 2012 (First Year) 1-11 (.083) 1-7 (.125) 0-0 vs. Ball State....................................... 0-0 Totals vs. Bowling Green................................0-1 vs. Buffalo..............................................0-1 Assistant Coaches vs. Central Michigan...........................0-1 Dave Sollazzo, Assistant Head Coach / Defensive Line................................................................................................................Citadel, ‘77 vs. Eastern Michigan......................... 0-0 John Bond, Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks Coach.......................................................................................................Arkansas, ‘85 Phil Elmassian, Defensive Coordinator / Linebackers Coach.....................................................................................William & Mary, ‘74 vs. Kent State...................................... 0-0 Dave Johnson, Run Game Coordinator / Offensive Line Coach.....................................................................................West Virginia, ‘83 vs. Miami................................................0-1 Shane Waldron, Recruiting Coordinator / Tight Ends Coach......................................................................................................... Tufts, ‘02 vs. Northern Illinois..............................0-1 Allen Suber, Wide Receivers Coach / Pro Liaison...................................................................................................Bethune Cookman, ‘03 vs. Ohio...................................................0-1 Roderick Plummer, Special Teams / Running Backs Coach...................................................................................Washington State, ‘93 vs. Toledo............................................. 0-0 Greg Burns, Defensive Backs Coach..............................................................................................................................Washington State, ‘95 vs. Western Michigan..........................0-1 Ted Daisher, Linebackers Coach..................................................................................................................................... Western Michigan, ‘77 Ryan Gold (offensive), Charley Molnar III (Recruiting/Operations), Graduate Assistants.......................................................................

UMass All-Time Coaching Records

Years Coach Seasons Record 1879-97 No Coach 19 30-58-6 1898 Doctor Weeks 1 1-4-1 1899-1900 Fred W. Murhpy Brown 2 12-8-0 1901-03 James Halligan 3 16-8-2 1904, 07-08 Matthew Bullock 3 13-8-5 1905 Walter Craig 1 3-7-0 1906 George O’Hearn 1 1-7-1 1909 J.W. Gage 1 1-6-2 1910 W. Gildersleeve 1 1-6-2 1911 John Hubbard 1 2-7-0 1912-15 Dr. Arthur Brides 4 12-15-4 1916 George Melican 1 2-4-2 1917-18 No Varsity Team 2 -- 1919-27 Harold Gore 9 33-32-5 1928-30 Charles McGeoch 3 6-17-2 1931-35 Mel Taube 5 29-13-2 1936-40 Elbert Carraway 5 9-32-3 1941-42, 46 Walter Hargsheimer 3 11-11-1 1943-44 No Varsity Team 2 -- 1945, 47-51 Thomas Eck 6 17-23-4 1952-59 Charles O’Rourke 8 21-39-4 1960 Charles Studley 1 7-2-0 1961-70 Vic Fusia 10 59-32-2 1971-77 Dick MacPherson 7 45-27-1 1978-83 Bob Pickett 6 36-28-0 1984-85 Bob Stull 2 10-12-0 1986-91 Jim Reid 6 36-29-2 1992-97 Mike Hodges 6 35-30-0 1998-2003 Mark Whipple 6 49-26-0 2004-08 Don Brown 5 43-19-0 2009-11 Kevin Morris 3 16-17-0 2012 Charley Molnar 1 1-11-0 Totals 130 557-537-51

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Pct. .351 .250 .600 .653 .596 .300 .167 .222 .222 .222 .452 .375 -.507 .280 .682 .239 .500 -.432 .359 .778 .645 .623 .563 .455 .552 .538 .629 .693 .485 .083 .509

Gillette Stadium Capacity:..................................................................................................................................................68,756 Surface:.............................................................................................................................................. Field Turf First Season in Stadium:.......................................................................................................................... 2012 Record in Stadium:..................................................................................................................................... 0-7 Largest Home Crowd:........................................................24,022 vs. New Hampshire (Oct. 22, 2011)

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1879 1880 1881 1882 1883 1884 1885 1886 1887 1888 1889 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 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 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953

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No Coach No Coach No Coach No Coach No Coach No Coach No Coach No Coach No Coach No Coach No Coach No Coach No Coach No Coach No Coach No Coach No Coach No Coach No Coach Doctor Weeks Fred W. Murphy Brown Fred W. Murphy Brown James Halligan James Halligan James Halligan Matthew Bullock Walter Craig George O’Hearn Matthew Bullock Matthew Bullock J. W. Gage W. Gildersleve John Hubbard Dr. Arthur Brides Dr. Arthur Brides Dr. Arthur Brides Dr. Arthur Brides George Melican No Varsity Team No Varsity Team Harold Gore Harold Gore Harold Gore Harold Gore Harold Gore Harold Gore Harold Gore Harold Gore Harold Gore Charles McGeoch Charles McGeoch Charles McGeoch Mel Taube Mel Taube Mel Taube Mel Taube Mel Taube Elbert Carraway Elbert Carraway Elbert Carraway Elbert Carraway Elbert Carraway Walter Hargsheimer Walter Hargsheimer No Varsity Team No Varsity Team Thomas Eck Walter Hargsheimer Thomas Eck Thomas Eck Thomas Eck Thomas Eck Thomas Eck Charlie O’Rourke Charlie O’Rourke

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1-0 0-1-1 2-1-1 0-2-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 3-2-1 2-1-0 2-3-0 2-4-0 2-0-0 1-4-0 2-5-0 4-6-2 1-9-0 3-3-0 1-5-0 0-4-0 2-5-1 1-4-1 7-3-0 5-5-0 9-1-0 2-3-2 5-4-0 5-2-1 3-7-0 1-7-0 5-3-1 3-3-3 1-6-2 1-6-2 2-7-0 2-5-2 4-3-0 2-5-0 4-2-2 2-4-2 -- -- 5-2-1 5-2-1 3-4-1 5-3-0 2-5-0 6-1-1 6-2-0 1-6-0 0-7-1 2-5-1 3-4-1 1-8-0 7-1-1 7-2-0 5-3-0 5-3-1 5-4-0 2-6-0 1-7-1 3-6-0 2-5-2 1-8-0 3-4-1 2-5-0 -- -- 2-1-1 6-2-0 3-4-1 3-4-1 3-5-0 3-5-0 3-4-1 4-3-1 1-7-0

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Year Coach

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 2011 2012

MAC Finish Overall

Charlie O’Rourke -- -- Charlie O’Rourke -- -- Charlie O’Rourke -- -- Charlie O’Rourke -- -- Charlie O’Rourke -- -- Charlie O’Rourke -- -- Charles Studley -- -- Vic Fusia -- -- Vic Fusia -- -- Vic Fusia -- -- Vic Fusia -- -- Vic Fusia -- -- Vic Fusia -- -- Vic Fusia -- -- Vic Fusia -- -- Vic Fusia -- -- Vic Fusia -- -- Dick MacPhearson -- -- Dick MacPhearson -- -- Dick MacPhearson -- -- Dick MacPhearson -- -- Dick MacPhearson -- -- Dick MacPhearson -- -- Dick MacPhearson -- -- Bob Pickett -- -- Bob Pickett -- -- Bob Pickett -- -- Bob Pickett -- -- Bob Pickett -- -- Bob Pickett -- -- Bob Stull -- -- Bob Stull -- -- Jim Reid -- -- Jim Reid -- -- Jim Reid -- -- Jim Reid -- -- Jim Reid -- -- Jim Reid -- -- Mike Hodges -- -- Mike Hodges -- -- Mike Hodges -- -- Mike Hodges -- -- Mike Hodges -- -- Mike Hodges -- -- Mark Whipple -- -- Mark Whipple -- -- Mark Whipple -- -- Mark Whipple -- -- Mark Whipple -- -- Mark Whipple -- -- Don Brown -- -- Don Brown -- -- Don Brown -- -- Don Brown -- -- Don Brown -- -- Kevin Morris -- -- Kevin Morris -- -- Kevin Morris -- -- Charley Molnar

Date 12/12/64 12/9/72

Bowl

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

Bowl Results (1-1)

Tangerine Boardwalk

Opponent

East Carolina California-Davis

Bowl

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Result L, 13-14 W, 35-14

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UMASS MINUTEMEN UMASS SCHOOL RECORDS Game

UMass Career Leaders

Individual

Total Offense.................................................................................................419, Liam Coen vs. Fordham (2007) Yards Rushing.............................................................................337, Frank Alessio vs. Boston University (1995) Rushing Attempts..........................................................45, Garry Pearson vs. American International (1982) Yards Passing............................................................................... 450, Kyle Havens vs. New Hampshire (2010) Pass Attempts................................................................................... 63, Matt Guice vs. New Hampshire (2001) Pass Completions.....................................................................................33, Jeff Krohn vs. Northeastern (2002) Yards Receiving................................................................................262, Victor Cruz vs. James Madison (2008) Receptions.......................................................................13 (3x), last by Victor Cruz vs. James Madison (2008)

Season Total Offense.............................................................................................................. 3756, Todd Bankhead (1998) Yards Rushing...................................................................................................................2542, Marcel Shipp (1998) Rushing Attempts..............................................................................................................428, Marcel Shipp (1998) Rushing Touchdowns..........................................................................................................24, Marcel Shipp (1999) Yards Passing..............................................................................................................3919, Todd Bankhead (1998) Pass Attempts...............................................................................................................525, Todd Bankhead (1998) Pass Completions........................................................................................................303, Todd Bankhead (1998) Touchdown Passes.........................................................................................................34, Todd Bankhead (1998) Yards Receiving................................................................................................................1494, Jimmy Moore (1998) Receptions............................................................................................................................. 92, Jimmy Moore (1998) Touchdown Catches............................................................................................................ 16, Jimmy Moore (1998) Interceptions..............................................................................................................................21, Matt Guice (2001) Points.....................................................................................................................................150, Marcel Shipp (1999)

Career Total Offense................................................................................................................10871, Liam Coen (2005-08) Yards Rushing...........................................................................................................6250, Marcel Shipp (1997-00) Rushing Attempts........................................................................................................1215, Marcel Shipp (1997-00 Rushing Touchdowns...................................................................................................58, Marcel Shipp (1997-00) Yards Passing............................................................................................................... 11031, Liam Coen (2005-08) Pass Attempts...............................................................................................................1303, Liam Coen (2005-08) Pass Completions..........................................................................................................830, Liam Coen (2005-08) Touchdown Passes..........................................................................................................90, Liam Coen (2005-08) Yards Receiving..........................................................................................................2892, Adrian Zullo (1998-02) Receptions........................................................................................................................187, Adrian Zullo (1998-02) Touchdown Catches.......................................................................................................32, Adrian Zullo (1998-02) Points..............................................................................................................................378, Marcel Shipp (1997-00)

Game

Team

Points..................................................................................................................................77 vs. Northeastern (1999) Total Offense.......................................................................................................................649 vs. Fordham (2007) Yards Rushing.............................................................................................................................515 vs. Lehigh (1995) Yards Passing......................................................................................................... 450 vs. New Hampshire (2010) First Downs............................................................................................................... 34 vs. Boston University (1990)

Season Points...............................................................................................................................................................524, (1998) Total Offense...............................................................................................................................................7074, (1998) Yards Rushing.............................................................................................................................................3329, (1995) Yards Passing.............................................................................................................................................4050, (1998) First Downs.....................................................................................................................................................354, (1998)

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Total Offense

1.........................................................................10871, Liam Coen (2004-08) 2.................................................................6821, Todd Bankhead (1998-99) 3...................................................................... 6725, Dave Palazzi (1985-88) 4.....................................................................6250, Marcel Shipp (1997-00) 5................................................................. 5350, Steve Baylark (2003-06) 6.......................................................................4907, J. Pennington (1971-73) 7...........................................................................4816, Jeff Krohn (2002-03) 8....................................................................... 4763, Greg Landry (1965-67) 9.....................................................................4623, Rene Ingoglia (1992-95) 10..................................................................3859, Garry Pearson (1979-82)

Passing Yards

1........................................................................ 11,031, Liam Coen (2004-08) 2................................................................7,018, Todd Bankhead (1998-99) 3...................................................................... 5,461, Dave Palazzi (1985-88) 4.........................................................................4,993, Jeff Krohn (2002-03) 5...................................................................... 4,687, J. Pennington (1971-73) 6. . ................................................................. 3,786, Kyle Havens (2009-10) 7............................................................................3,334, Tim Day (2002-05) 8........................................................................ 3,131, Greg Landry (1965-67) 9....................................................................... 2,742, Jim Simeone (1982-85) 10.................................................................. 2,627, Mike McEvilly (1976-79)

Receiving Yards

1....................................................................... 2,892, Adrian Zullo (1998-02) 2............................................................................2,420, JJ Moore (2003-07) 3...................................................................2,395, Jason Peebler (2001-04) 4......................................................................2,090, Julian Talley (2008-11) 5...........................................................2,022, Brandon London (2003-06) 6........................................................................1,958, Victor Cruz (2005-09) 7............................................................1,794, Rasheed Rancher (2003-07) 8...................................................................... 1,684, Chip Mitchell (1986-89) 9........................................................................ 1,571, Bob Simeone (1981-84) 10..........................................................................1,494, Jimmy Moore (1998)

Rushing Yards

1.....................................................................6,250, Marcel Shipp (1997-00) 2.................................................................5,332, Steve Baylark (2003-06) 3....................................................................4,623, Rene Ingoglia (1992-95) 4...................................................................3,859, Garry Pearson (1979-82) 5..................................................................... 2,887, Frank Alessio (1993-96) 6..................................................................... 2,787, Tony Nelson (2005-09) 7...................................................... 2,627, Jonathan Hernandez (2008-11) 8..................................................................... 2,228, Kevin Smellie (1985-88) 9...................................................................2,216, Jerome Bledsoe (1988-91) 10...................................................................2,053, John Johnson (1990-93)

Receptions

1............................................................................187, Adrian Zullo (1998-02) 2.................................................................................185, JJ Moore (2003-07) 3........................................................................... 162, Julian Talley (2008-11) 4................................................................148, Brandon London (2003-06) 5............................................................................131, Victor Cruz (2005-09) 6.........................................................................126, Marcel Shipp (1997-00) 7....................................................................... 123, Jason Peebler (2001-04) 8..........................................................................108, Bob Simeone (1981-84) 9......................................................................... 103, Chip Mitchell (1986-89) 10........................................................................100, Kerry Taylor (1995-98)

Scoring

1......................................................................... 378, Marcel Shipp (1997-00) 2....................................................................... 332, Rene Ingoglia (1992-95) 3.................................................................... 282, Steve Baylark (2003-06) 4.................................................................................270, Lou Bush (1931-33) 5...................................................................... 228, Garry Pearson (1979-82) 6......................................................................... 199, Silvio Bonvini (1985-88) 7.......................................................................... 198, Adrian Zullo (1998-02) 8..................................................................196, Armando Cuko (2005-09) t9................................................................... 180, Chris Koepplin (2006-07) t9......................................................... 180, Jonathan Hernandez (2008-11)

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HISTORY AND RECORDS YEAR -BY-YEAR CHAMPIONS Divisional Champions (SINCE 1997)

Mid-American Conference Champions 2012 2011

Northern Illinois

(12-2) !

1966

Miami

(5-1)

Northern Illinois

(11-3) !

1965

Bowling Green/Miami

(5-1)

2010

Miami

(10-4) !

1964

Bowling Green

(5-1)

2009

Central Michigan

(8-0) !

1963

Ohio

2008

Buffalo

(5-3) !

1962

Bowling Green

2007

Central Michigan

(7-1) !

1961

Bowling Green

(5-1)

Central Michigan

(7-1) !

1960

Ohio

(6-0)

2005

Akron

(5-3) !

1959

Bowling Green

(6-0)

2004

Toledo

(7-1) !

1958

Miami

(5-0)

2003

Miami

(8-0) !

1957

Miami

2002

Marshall

(7-1) !

1956

Bowling Green

2001

Toledo

(5-2) !

1955

Miami

(5-0)

2000

Marshall

(5-3) !

1954

Miami

(4-0)

1999

Marshall

(8-0) !

1953

Ohio

1998

Marshall

(7-1) !

1952

Cincinnati

(3-0)

1951

(5-0) (5-0-1)

1997

Marshall

(7-1) !

Cincinnati

(3-0)

Ball State

(7-1)

1950

Miami

(4-0)

1995

Toledo

(7-0-1)

1949

Cincinnati

(4-0)

1994

Central Michigan

(8-1)

1948

Miami

(4-0)

1993

Ball State

(7-0-1)

1947

Cincinnati

(3-1)

1992

Bowling Green

(8-0)

1991

Bowling Green

(8-0)

Central Michigan Toledo

(7-1) * (7-1)

1989

Ball State

1988

Western Michigan

(6-1-1) (7-1)

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

(5-0-1)

1996

! won MAC Championship game

West Division Champions

Northern Illinois Northern Illinois/Toledo Northern Illinois Central Michigan Ball State C. Michigan/Ball State Central Michigan NIU/UT Toledo/NIU Bowling Green Toledo/NIU UT/NIU/BSU WMU/Toledo WMU Toledo Toledo

East Division Champions

Kent State Ohio Miami Ohio/Temple Buffalo Miami/BGSU/Buffalo Ohio Akron/Miami/BGSU Miami Miami Marshall Marshall Marshall/Akron Marshall Marshall/Miami Marshall

(8-0) (7-1) (8-0) (8-0) (8-0) (4-1) (7-1) (6-2) (7-1) (7-1) (7-1) (4-1) (4-1) (6-2) (6-2) (7-1)

(8-0) (6-2) (7-1) (7-1) (5-3) (4-2) (7-1) (5-3) (7-1) (8-0) (7-1) (6-0) (5-1) (8-0) (7-1) (7-1)

All-Time MAC Standings

* represented MAC in bowl game

MAC Only School

All-time

Pct.

As a MAC Member All-time

Pct.

Overall All-time

Pct.

East Division

1987

Eastern Michigan

(7-1)

1986

Miami

(6-2)

Bowling Green

1985

Bowling Green

(9-0)

Buffalo

1984

Toledo

(7-1-1)

Kent State

Akron

64-105

.378

84-152-1

.356

488-506-36

.491

259-161-13

.613

378-262-15

.589

505-350-52

.585

27-85

.241

39-125

.236

345-490-28

.416

153-286-4

.350

245-407-8

.377

326-509-28

.394

1983

Northern Illinois

(8-1)

UMass

1-7

.125

1-11

.083

557-537-51

.509

1982

Bowling Green

(7-2)

Miami

269-147-11

.643

419-258-18

.616

668-410-64

.613

1981

Toledo

(8-1)

Ohio

217-246-11

.469

310-383-16

.449

531-529-48

.501

West Division Ball State

162-133-3

.549

210-212-4

.498

421-381-32

.524

178-123-10

.588

238-186-11

.560

583-381-36

.601

1980

Central Michigan

(7-2)

1979

Central Michigan

(8-0-1)

1978

Ball State

(8-0)

Central Michigan

1977

Miami

(5-0)

Eastern Michigan

94-196-6

.328

125-282-7

.310

436-545-47

.447

(4-1)

Northern Illinois

115-90-2

.560

159-155-2

.506

535-464-51

.534

243-196-7

.553

364-290-9

.556

491-404-24

.547

221-226-9

.495

339-332-12

.505

526-419-24

.555

1976

100

(5-1) (5-0-1)

2006

1990

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997

Ball State

1975

Miami

(6-0)

Toledo

1974

Miami

(5-0)

Western Michigan

1973

Miami

(5-0)

Former Members*

1972

Kent State

(4-1)

Butler (1947-49)

1-10

.091

10-14-1

1971

Toledo

(5-0)

Cincinnati (1947-52)

19-3

.864

43-19-2

.688

Marshall (1954-68, 1977-2004)

77-73-1

.513

126-116-4

.520

1970

Toledo

(5-0)

1969

Toledo

(5-0)

1968

Ohio

(6-0)

1967

Toledo

(5-1)

MAC Only

as a MAC member

.420

UCF (2002-04)

8-16

.333

10-25

.286

Temple (2007-11)

25-15

.625

35-27

.565

10-23-2

.314

26-43-5

.385

Western Reserve (1947-54) *( ) years competed in MAC

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC COACHING RECORDS All-Time MAC Coaching Records (current league schools)

Akron Coach Years Gerry Faust 1992-94 Lee Owens 1995-2003 J. D. Brookhart 2004-09 Rob Ianello 2010-11 Terry Bowden 2012

MAC Record Pct. 10-15 .400 31-39 .443 22-26 .458 1-15 .063 0-8 .000

Overall Record Pct. 13-19-1 .409 40-61 .396 30-42 .417 2-22 .083 1-11 .083

Ball State Coach Years Dave McClain 1975-77 Dwight Wallace 1978-84 Paul Schudel 1985-94 Bill Lynch 1995-2002 Brady Hoke 2003-08 Stan Parrish 2008-10 Pete Lembo 2011-12

MAC Record Pct. 13-4 .764 30-27 .526 47-33-3 .606 28-30 .483 27-20 .574 5-11 .313 10-6 .625

Overall Record Pct. 26-7 .788 40-37 .519 60-48-4 .553 37-53 .411 34-38 .472 6-19 .240 15-10 .600

Bowling Green Coach Years Robert Whittaker 1952-54 Doyt Perry 1955-64 Bob Gibson 1965-67 Don Nehlen 1968-76 Denny Stolz 1977-85 Mo Ankney 1986-90 Gary Blackney 1991-2000 Urban Meyer 2001-02 Gregg Brandon 2003-08 Dave Clawson 2009-12

MAC Record Pct. 2-12 .143 46-9 .836 11-7 .611 27-20 .574 49-26 .653 18-19 .486 47-31 .603 11-5 .688 31-17 .646 16-16 .500

Overall Record Pct. 10-17 .370 77-11-5 .855 19-9 .679 53-35-4 .598 56-45-1 .553 20-31-3 .398 60-50-2 .545 17-6 .739 44-30 .595 22-28 .440

Buffalo Coach Craig Cirbus Jim Hofher Turner Gill Jeff Quinn

MAC Record Pct. 2-14 .125 5-35 .125 14-18 .438 6-18 .250

Overall Record Pct. 2-20 .091 8-49 .140 20-30 .400 9-27 .250

Central Michigan Coach Years Roy Kramer 1975-77 Herb Deromedi 1978-93 Dick Flynn 1994-99 Mike DeBord 2000-03 Brian Kelly 2004-06 Jeff Quinn • 2006 Butch Jones 2007-09 Steve Stripling • 2009 Dan Enos 2010-12

MAC Record Pct. 15-5 .750 90-39-4 .692 23-26 .469 7-25 .219 15-9 .625 0-0 .000 20-3 .870 0-0 .000 8-16 .333

Overall Record Pct. 25-7-1 .772 110-55-10 .657 30-37 .448 12-34 .261 19-16 .543 1-0 1.000 27-13 .675 1-0 1.000 13-24 .351

Eastern Michigan Coach Years Ed Schlebek 1976-77 Mike Stock 1978-82 Bob LaPointe • 1982 Jim Harkema 1983-92 Jan Quarless • 1992 Ron Cooper 1993-94 Rick Rasnick 1995-99 Tony Lombardi • 1999 Jeff Woodruff 2000-2003 Al Lavan • 2003 Jeff Genyk 2004-08 Ron English 2009-12

MAC Record Pct. 5-8 .385 3-30 .091 1-6-1 .188 32-41 .438 1-5 .167 8-9 .471 15-21 .417 0-1 .000 4-23 .148 2-1 .667 13-26 .333 7-25 .219

Overall Record Pct. 10-12 .456 6-38-1 .144 1-6-1 .188 41-57-5 .422 1-6 .143 9-13 .409 20-34 .370 0-1 .000 9-34 .209 2-1 .667 16-42 .276 10-38 .208

Years 1999-2000 2001-05 2006-09 2010-12

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Kent State Coach Years Trevor J. Rees 1951-63 Leo Strange 1964-67 Dave Puddington 1968-70 Don James 1971-74 Dennis Fitzgerald 1975-77 Ron Blackledge 1978-80 Ed Chlebeck 1981-82 Dick Scesniak 1983-85 Glen Mason 1986-87 Dick Crum 1988-90 Pete Cordelli 1991-93 Jim Corrigall 1994-97 Dean Pees 1998-2003 Doug Martin 2004-10 Darrell Hazell 2011-12

MAC Record Pct. 36-33-1 .514 7-15-2 .333 3-13 .187 10-10 .500 12-12 .500 6-20 .230 3-15 .167 6-20 .230 10-6 .625 5-19 .208 3-23 .115 6-26-1 .196 13-35 .270 21-35 .375 12-4 .750

Miami Coach George Blackburn Woody Hayes Ara Parseghian John Pont Bo Schembechler Bill Mallory Dick Crum Tom Reed Tim Rose Randy Walker Terry Hoeppner Shane Montgomery Mike Haywood Lance Guidry • Don Treadwell

Record 4-0 7-1 19-2-1 25-8-2 27-8-1 14-11 18-4 23-13-1 23-23-3 46-24-3 37-11 13-18 8-8 0-0 6-10

MAC Years 1948 1949-50 1951-55 1956-62 1963-68 1969-73 1974-77 1978-82 1983-89 1990-98 1999-04 2005-08 2009-10 2011 2011-12

Overall Record Pct. 66-48-4 .576 16-21-2 .435 9-21 .300 25-19-1 .567 18-16 .529 8-25 .242 4-18 .181 8-25 .242 12-10 .545 7-26 .212 3-30 .090 8-35-1 .193 17-51 .250 29-53 .354 16-10 .615

Overall Pct. Record Pct. 1.000 7-1-1 .833 .875 14-5 .737 .886 39-6-1 .859 .743 43-22-2 .657 .734 40-17-3 .692 .560 39-12 .765 .818 34-10-1 .767 .635 34-19-2 .636 .500 31-44-3 .417 .650 59-35-5 .621 .771 48-25 .658 .419 17-31 .354 .500 10-15 .400 .000 1-0 1.000 .375 8-16 .333

Northern Illinois Coach Years Jerry Ippoliti 1975 Pat Culpepper 1976-79 Bill Mallory 1980-83 Lee Corso 1984 Jerry Pettibone 1985 Joe Novak 1997-07 Jerry Kill 2008-10 Tom Matukewicz • 2011 Dave Doeren 2011-12 2013 Rod Carey •

MAC Record Pct. 2-3 .400 7-18-1 .288 19-15 .559 3-5-1 .389 4-4 .500 47-38 .552 18-6 .750 0-0 .000 15-1 .938 0-0 .000

Overall Record Pct. 3-8 .273 14-29-1 .330 25-19 .568 4-6-1 .409 4-7 .364 62-65 .488 23-16 .590 1-0 1.000 23-4 .852 0-1 .000

Ohio Coach Years Harold Wise 1947-48 Carroll Widdoes 1949-57 Bill Hess 1958-77 Bob Kappes 1978 Brian Burke 1979-84 Cleve Bryant 1985-89 Tom Linchtenberg 1990-94 Jim Grobe 1995-2000 Brian Knorr 2001-04 Frank Solich 2005-12

MAC Record Pct. 3-6 .333 27-21 .562 64-53 .547 3-5 .375 26-26 .500 7-32 .179 6-34 .150 27-20 .574 8-24 .250 40-24 .625

Overall Record Pct. 6-11-1 .361 42-36 .538 108-92 .540 3-8 .273 31-34 .477 9-44 .169 8-45 .150 33-33 .500 11-35 .239 59-44 .573

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC COACHING RECORDS All-Time MAC Coaching Records

MAC Coaches of the Year

(current league schools) Toledo Coach Years Clair Dunn 1952-53 Forrest England 1954-55 Jack Morton 1956 Harry Larche 1957-59 Jack Cliverush 1960-62 Frank Lauterbur 1963-70 Jack Murphy 1971-76 Chuck Stobart 1977-81 Dan Simrell 1982-89 Nick Saban 1990 Gary Pinkel 1991-2000 Tom Amstutz 2001-08 Tim Beckman 2009-11 Matt Campbell 2011-12

MAC Record Pct. 3-7 .300 5-6 .455 1-5 .167 4-12 .250 3-15 .167 23-22-1 .511 17-19 .472 22-22-1 .500 40-26-2 .603 7-1 .875 53-23-3 .690 39-24 .619 17-7 .708 6-2 .750

Overall Record Pct. 9-12 .429 9-7-2 .556 1-7-1 .167 11-15-1 .426 8-20 .286 48-32-2 .598 35-32 .522 24-31-1 .438 50-37-2 .573 9-2 .818 73-37-3 .659 58-41 .586 21-16 .568 10-4 .714

UMASS Coach Charlie Molnar

MAC Record Pct. 1-7 .125

Overall Record Pct. 1-11 .083

MAC Record Pct. 6-15 .286 4-17-1 .205 17-23-2 .429 24-34-2 .417 30-30 .500 16-17-3 .486 48-32-1 .599 35-29 .547 36-27 .571

Overall Record Pct. 23-19 .548 8-25-2 .257 28-33-3 .461 58-49-2 .541 38-39 .494 25-27-3 .482 62-47-2 .568 46-46 .500 51-47 .520

Years 2012

Western Michigan Coach Years John Gil 1948-52 Jack Petoskey 1953-56 Merle Schlosser 1957-63 Bill Doolittle 1964-74 Elliot Uzelac 1975-81 Jack Harbaugh 1982-86 Al Molde 1987-96 Gary Darnell 1997-2004 Bill Cubit 2005-12

All-Time MAC Coaching Records (former league schools) BUTLER MAC OVERALL Coach Years Record Pct. Record Tony Hinkle 1947-49 1-10 .091 10-14-1 Cincinnati Coach Ray Nolting      Sid Gillman      

MAC Years 1947-48 1949-52

Record 6-2 13-1

Pct.    .420

Overall Pct. Record Pct. .750 10-9-1 .525 .929 34-7-1 .821

Marshall Coach Years Herb Royer 1954-58 Charles Snyder 1959-67 Perry Moss 1968 Bob Pruett 1997-2004

MAC Record Pct. 10-21 .323 13-36-1 .270 0-6 .000 54-10 .844

Overall Record Pct. 19-26 .422 28-58-3 .331 0-9-1 .050 79-23 .775

Temple Coach Al Golden Steve Addazio

Years 2007-10 2011

MAC Record Pct. 20-12 .625 5-3 .625

Overall Record Pct. 26-23 .531 9-4 .692

UCF Coach Years Mike Kruczek 2002-03 Alan Gooch (Interim) 2003 George O’Leary 2004

MAC Record Pct. 8-5 .615 0-3 .000 0-8 .000

Overall Record Pct. 10-11 .476 0-3 .000 0-11 .000

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Selected by the MAC News Media Association 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 2011 2012

Bo Schembechler, Miami Bill Doolittle, Western Michigan Frank Lauterbur, Toledo Bill Hess, Ohio Frank Lauterbur, Toledo Frank Lauterbur, Toledo Jack Murphy, Toledo Don James, Kent State Bill Mallory, Miami Dick Crum, Miami Dave McClain, Ball State Elliot Uzelac, Western Michigan Ed Chlebek, Eastern Michigan Dwight Wallace, Ball State Chuck Stobart, Toledo Herb Deromedi, Central Michigan Chuck Stobart, Toledo Denny Stolz, Bowling Green Bill Mallory, Northern Illinois Dan Simrell, Toledo Denny Stolz, Bowling Green Glen Mason, Kent State Jim Harkema, Eastern Michigan Al Molde, Western Michigan Paul Schudel, Ball State Herb Deromedi, Central Michigan Gary Blackney, Bowling Green Gary Blackney, Bowling Green Paul Schudel, Ball State Dick Flynn, Central Michigan Gary Pinkel, Toledo Jim Grobe, Ohio Gary Pinkel, Toledo Bob Pruett, Marshall Bob Pruett, Marshall Gary Darnell, Western Michigan Urban Meyer, Bowling Green Joe Novak, Northern Illinois Terry Hoeppner, Miami J.D. Brookhart, Akron Bill Cubit, Western Michigan Frank Solich, Ohio Turner Gill, Buffalo Brady Hoke, Ball State Al Golden, Temple Mike Haywood, Miami Ron English, Eastern Michigan Darrell Hazell, Kent State

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC COACHING RECORDS Top 20 by Wins 1.

4. 5. 6.

79 Bob Pruett, Marshall 1997-03 77 Doyt Perry, BGSU, 1955-64 73 Gary Pinkel, Toledo, 1991-00 66 Trevor Rees, KSU, 1951-63

7.

64 Bill Mallory, Miami, 1969-73/NIU, 1980-83

8.

62 Al Molde, WMU, 1987-96 62 Joe Novak, NIU, 1997-2007

10.

(minimum four years)

110 Herb Deromedi, CMU, 1978-93

2. 108 Bill Hess, Ohio, 1958-77 3.

by Winning Percentage (Top 20)

60 Paul Schudel, BSU, 1985-94

1. .859 2. .821 3. .817 4. .775 5. .767 6. .692 7. .674

60 Gary Blackney, BGSU, 1991-00 12. 14.

59 Frank Solich, Ohio, 2005-12

8. .659

59 Randy Walker, Miami, 1990-98

9. .658

58 Bill Doolittle, WMU, 1964-74 58 Tom Amstutz, UT, 2001-08

10. .6577

16.

56 Denny Stolz, BGSU, 1977-85

11. .6571

17.

53 Don Nehlen, BGSU, 1968-76

12. .636

18.

51 Bill Cubit, WMU, 2005-12

19.

49 Dan Simrell, Toledo, 1982-89

20.

48 Terry Hoeppner, Miami, 1999-2004

22.

13. .621 14. .604

48 Frank Lauterbur, Toledo, 1963-70

15. .598

46 Gary Darnell, WMU, 1997-2004

16. .595

Active MAC coaches are bolded.

17. .586 18. .576 19. .573 20. .573 21. .568 22. .531 23. .520

Ara Parseghian, Miami, 1951-55 39-6-1 Sid Gillman, Cincinnati, 1949-52 34-7-1 Doyt Perry, BGSU, 1955-64 49-9-5 Bob Pruett, Marshall, 1997-04 79-23 Dick Crum, Miami, 1974-77 34-10-1 Bo Schembechler, Miami, 1963-68 40-17-3 Bill Mallory, Miami, 1969-73, 39-12; and NIU, 1980-83, 25-19; 64-31 overall. Gary Pinkel, Toledo, 1991-00 73-37-3 Terry Hoeppner, Miami, 1999-04 48-25 John Pont, Miami, 1956-62 43-22-2 Herb Deromedi, CMU, 1978-93 110-55-10 Tom Reed, Miami, 1978-82 34-19-1 Randy Walker, Miami, 1990-98 59-35-5 Don Nehlen, BGSU, 1968-76 53-34-4 Frank Lauterbur, Toledo, 1963-70 48-32-2 Greg Brandon, BGSU, 2003-08 44-30 Tom Amstutz, Toledo, 2001-08 58-41 Trevor Reese, Kent State, 1951-63 66-48-4 Frank Solich, Ohio, 2005-12 59-44 Dan Simrell, Toledo, 1982-89 50-37-2 Al Molde, Western Michigan, 1987-96 62-47-2 Al Golden, Temple, 2007-10 26-23 Bill Cubit, Western Michigan, 2005-12,

MAC Only Wins 1. 90

Herd Deromedi, CMU, 1978-93

2.

64

Bill Hess, Ohio, 1958-77

3.

54

Bob Pruett, Marshall, 1997-04

4.

53

Gary Pinkel, Toledo, 1991-00

t-5.

49

Doyt Perry, BGSU, 1955-64

49

Denny Stolz, BGSU, 1977-85

48

Al Molde, WMU, 1987-96

7. t-8.

11.

47

Paul Schudel, BSU, 1985-94

47

Gary Blackney, BGSU, 1991-99

47

Joe Novak, NIU, 1997-2007

46

t-12. 40

Randy Walker, Miami, 1990-98 Frank Solich, Ohio, 2005-12

40

Dan Simrell, Toledo, 1982-89

39

Tom Amstutz, Toledo, 2001-08

15.

37

Terry Hoeppner, Miami, 1999-03

t-16.

36

Bill Cubit, WMU, 2005-10

36

Trevor Rees, KSU, 1951-63

14.

18.

35

Gary Darnell, WMU, 1997-03

19.

33

Bill Mallory, Miami, 1969-73/

t-20.

31

Gregg Brandon, BGSU, 2003-08

31

Lee Owens, Akron, 1995-2003

NIU, 1980-83

22. 30 t-23.

Bill Lynch, BSU, 1995-02

27

Bo Schembechler, Miami, 1963-68

27

Carroll Widdoes, Ohio, 1949-57

27

Don Nehlen, BGSU, 1968-76

27

Brady Hoke, BSU, 2003-08

Active coaches are bolded.

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC PLAYERS OF THE YEAR Year

Offense

Defense

1965

Willie Asbury (KSU)

Bob Rowe (WMU)

Freshman

1966

Bruce Matte (MIA)

Bob Rowe (WMU)

1967

John Schneider (UT)

Tom Beutler (UT)

1998

Brad Selent (Western Michigan)

1968

Cleve Bryant (OU)

Bob Babich (MIA)

1999

Dave Zastudil (Ohio)

1969

Chuck Ealey (UT)

Joe Green (BGSU)

2000

Justin McCareins (Northern Illinois)

2001

Dave Zastudil (OU)/Steve Azar (NIU)

2002

Dan Sheldon (Northern Illinois)

2003

Steve Azar (Northern Illinois)

Special Teams Player of the Year

1970

Chuck Ealey (UT)

Dick Adams (MIA)

1971

Chuck Ealey (UT) Phil Villapiano (BGSU)

Mel Long (UT)

1972

Bob Hitchens (MIA)

Jack Lambert (KSU)

2004

Ryne Robinson (Miami)

1973

Paul Miles (BGSU)

Brad Cousino (MIA)

2005

Jason Robbins (Toledo)

1974

Gene Swick (UT)

Brad Cousino (MIA)

2006

Brian Jackson (Ball State)

1975

Gene Swick (UT)

Shafer Suggs (BSU)

2007

Brett Kern (Toledo)

1976

Jerome Persell (WMU)

Aaron Bivins (UT)

2008

Antonio Brown (Central Michigan)

1977

Jerome Persell (WMU)

Jack Glowik (MIA)

2009

Antonio Brown (Central Michigan)

1978

Jerome Persell (WMU) Dave Petzke (NIU)

Ken Kremer (BSU)

2010

Eric Page (Toledo) Matt Weller (Ohio) Dri Archer (Kent State)

1979

Gary Hogeboom (CMU)

Frank Lewandowski (NIU)

2011

1980

Mark O’Connell (BSU)

Kent McCormick (MIA) Mike Terra (NIU)

2012

1981

Sam Shon (OU)

John Zupancic (MIA)

1982

Curtis Adams (CMU)

Ray Bentley (CMU)

Brian McClure (BGSU)

1983

Brian McClure (BGSU)

Brian Pillman (MIA)

Kelly Spielmaker (WMU)

1984

Brian McClure (BGSU)

Mark Brandon (UT)

Pete Genatempo (NIU)

1985

Brian McClure (BGSU)

John Offerdahl (WMU)

Marshall Taylor (NIU)

1986

Terry Morris (MIA)

Mark Garalczyk (WMU)

Patrick Young (KSU)

1987

Eric Wilkerson (KSU)

Greg Garnica (BSU)

Bernie Parmalee (BSU)

1988

Tony Kimbrough (WMU)

Greg Garnica (BSU)

Jeff Bender (CMU)

1989

David Riley (BSU)

Greg Garnica (BSU)

Brad Tayles (WMU)

1990

Jeff Bender (CMU)

Sean Mulhearn (WMU)

Troy Parker (UT)

1991

Erik White (BGSU)

Curt McMillan (MIA)

Morrey Norris (KSU)

1992

Erik White (BGSU)

Curt McMillan (MIA)

Deland McCullough (MIA)

1993

Mike Neu (BSU)

Vince Palko (BGSU)

Michael Blair (BSU) Astron Whatley (KSU)

1994

Brian Pruitt (CMU)

Vince Palko (BGSU)

1995

Wasean Tait (UT)

Johnnie Williams (MIA)

Silas Massey III (CMU)

1996

Kareem Wilson (OU)

Brad Maynard (BSU)

Walt Church (EMU) Tim Lester (WMU)

1997

Randy Moss (MAR)

JoJuan Armour (MIA)

Robert Sanford (WMU)

1998

Travis Prentice (MIA)

JoJuan Armour (MIA)

Kurt Gerling (BGSU)

1999

Chad Pennington (MAR)

Dustin Cohen (MIA)

Brandon Payne (UA)

2000

Robert Sanford (WMU

Dwight Smith (Akron)

Talmadge Hill (BSU)

2001

Byron Leftwich (MAR)

Max Yates (MAR)

Ben Roethlisberger (MIA)

2002

Byron Leftwich (MAR)

Jason Babin (WMU)

Aaron Leeper (UB)

2003

Ben Roethlisberger (MIA)

Jason Babin (WMU)

Jerry Seymour (CMU)

2004

Omar Jacobs (BGSU)

Jonathan Goddard (MAR)

Adell Givens (BSU)

2005

Greg Jennings (WMU)

Dan Bazuin (CMU)

Tim Hiller (WMU)

2006

Garrett Wolfe (NIU)

Ameer Ismail (WMU)

Dan LeFevour (CMU)

2007

Dan LeFevour (CMU)

Clayton Mullins (MIA)

Antonio Brown (CMU)

2008

Nate Davis (BSU)

Larry English (NIU)

Sean Baker (BSU)

2009

Dan LeFevour (CMU)

Adrian Robinson (Temple)

Bernard Pierce (Temple)

2010

Chad Spann (NIU)

Roosevelt Nix (KSU)

Roosevelt Nix (KSU)

2011

Chandler Harnish (NIU)

Drew Nowak (WMU)

Anthon Samuel (BGSU)

2012

Jordan Lynch (NIU)

Chris Jones (BGSU)

Jaime Wilson (WMU)

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HISTORY AND RECORDS VERN SMITH LEADERSHIP AWARD Each year since 1987, the Mid-American Conference’s top football player has been presented with with the Vern Smith Leadership Award. The award, initiated by the Downtown Athletic Club of Toledo in 1987, re-named after former University of Toledo Athletics Director Vern Smith in 1987, was originally started in 1982 by the Downtown Athletic Club of Toledo as the Jefferson Award. The winner of the Vern Smith Leadership Award is selected from a pool of one nominee from each school. Each nominee is placed on a ballot to be voted on by the head coaches. Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch, a junior from Chicago, Ill., was tabbed as the winner of the 31st Vern Smith Leadership Award. Lynch led the Huskies to a perfect 8-0 conference record and the program’s second consecutive MAC Championship. Northern Illinois became the first MAC program selected to a BCS Bowl game as the Huskies fell, 31-10, to Florida State in the 2013 Discover Orange Bowl. Northern Illinois finished with a 12-2 overall record and finished No. 22 in the Associated Press Top 25 Poll and No. 24 in the USA Today Coaches Poll. Lynch rushed for 1,815 yards and 19 touchdowns, threw for 3,138 yards and 25 touchdowns for 4,953 yards of total offense (353.8 ypg). Lynch, a first year starter at quarterback for the Huskies, ranked second in the country in total offense with 4,953 yards, fourth in the nation in rushing with 1,815 yards and ninth in the country in points responsible for with 264 points (18.8 ppg). Lynch led a Huskies team that won 11 consecutive games, eight consecutive road games, 16 consecutive conference games and 21 consecutive home games. Lynch became the first player in FBS history to pass for more than 400 yards and rush for more than 150 in a game (vs. Toledo, 11/14), the second player ever to pass for more than 2,500 and run for more than 1,500 yards in a season and holds the NCAA record for most consecutive 100-yard rushing games by a quarterback (9).

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Vern Smith Leadership Award Winners (Jefferson Award from 1982-86)

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 2011 2012

Ray Bentley (CMU) Tim Tyrrell (NIU) Brian McClure (BGSU) Brian McClure (BGSU) Terry Morris (MIA) Eric Wilkerson (KSU) Tony Kimbrough (WMU) David Riley (BSU) Jeff Bender (CMU) Erik White (BGSU) Erik White (BGSU) Mike Neu (BSU) Brian Pruitt (CMU) Wasean Tait (TOL) Brad Maynard (BSU) Randy Moss (MAR) Travis Prentice (MIA) Chad Pennington (MAR) Robert Sanford (WMU) Byron Leftwich (MAR) Byron Leftwich (MAR) Ben Roethlisberger (MIA) Charlie Frye (UA) Bruce Gradkowski (UT) Greg Jennings (WMU) Garrett Wolfe (NIU) Larry English (NIU) Larry English (NIU) Dan LeFevour (CMU) Chad Spann (NIU) Chandler Harnish (NIU) Jordan Lynch (NIU)

LB QB QB QB QB TB QB QB QB QB QB QB TB TB P WR TB QB TB QB QB QB QB QB WR RB DE DE QB RB QB QB

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC STANDINGS 1947 Cincinnati Western Reserve Butler Ohio

Conference Games W

L

T

Pct.

3 2 1 1

1 1 3 3

0 0 0 0

.750 .667 .250 .250

1948 Miami Western Michigan Cincinnati Ohio Western Reserve Butler

L

T

Pct.

4 3 3 2 1 0

0 1 1 3 4 4

0 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 .750 .750 .400 .200 .000

L

T

Pct.

4 3 2 2 1 0

0 1 2 3 3 3

0 0 0 0 1 0

1.000 .750 .500 .400 .300 .000

1950 Miami Cincinnati Ohio Western Reserve Western Michigan

W

L

T

Pct.

4 3 2 1 1

0 1 2 3 3

0 0 0 0 0

1.000 .750 .500 .250 .250

W

L

T

Pct.

3 3 2 2 1 1

0 1 1 2 3 4

0 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 .750 .667 .500 .250 .200

63 14 66 82

7 4 5 3

3 5 3 5

0 0 1 1

.700 .444 .611 .611

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct.

Pt. Opp.

46 48 76 83 138 56

7 6 3 3 1 3

1 3 6 6 8 5

1 0 1 0 1 0

.833 .667 .350 .333 .150 .375

249 90 199 106 106 193 98 170 47 243 122 90

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct.

Pt. Opp.

109 112 50 93 69 12

7 5 4 4 4 2

4 4 4 4 5 6

0 0 1 0 1 0

.636 .556 .500 .500 .450 .250

237 181 251 163 114 120 148 123 225 183 80 148

74 32 47 21

147 114 79 71 26 20

W

L

T

Pct.

3 4 5 2 2 1 1 1

0 1 2 2 2 4 4 4

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 .800 .714 .500 .500 .250 .250 .250

182 88 150 150

168 86 78 78

All Games

All Games 38 54 73 97 101 82

All Games

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct.

160 98 65 46 13

9 8 6 2 5

1 4 4 8 4

0 0 0 0 0

.900 356 100 .667 258 169 .600 165 161 .200 117 331 .556 188 163

34 40 58 152 98

Pt. Opp.

All Games

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct.

Pt. Opp.

100 89 117 41 54 86

10 7 4 5 2 4

1 3 3 4 6 4

0 0 2 1 1 0

.909 .700 .555 .550 .278 .500

345 112 225 159 241 162 167 141 102 238 164 160

14 53 67 74 143 128

Conference Games

1953 Ohio Miami Kent State Toledo Western Reserve Western Michigan Bowling Green

Pct. Pts. Opp.

Conference Games

1952 Cincinnati Miami Ohio Bowling Green Kent State Western Michigan Western Reserve Toledo

T

Conference Games

1951 Cincinnati Miami Kent State Ohio Western Reserve Western Michigan

L

Conference Games W

1954

W

Conference Games W

1949 Cincinnati Miami Ohio Western Michigan Western Reserve Butler

All Games

Pts. Opp.

116 153 139 94 84 64 53 76

18 60 106 115 103 133 111 106

W

L

T

Pct.

8 8 6 7 5 4 5 4

1 1 2 2 4 4 4 5

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

.850 275 72 .889 284 108 .722 180 133 .778 257 155 .556 204 109 .500 154 159 .556 198 161 .444 132 151

Conference Games

Pt. Opp.

All Games

W

L

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

5 3 3 2 1 0 0

0 0 1 3 2 4 4

1 1 0 0 1 1 0

.917 .875 .750 .400 .375 .100 .000

201 187 129 59 35 39 40

6 7 7 3 5 1 1

2 1 2 6 3 6 8

1 .722 1 .833 0 .778 0 .333 1 .611 1 .188 0 .111

54 13 47 154 100 192 130

Pct.

T

Pct.

4 4 5 3 3 2 2 0

0 1 2 2 4 3 5 6

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 .800 .714 .600 .428 .400 .285 .000

1955 Miami Bowling Green Kent State Ohio Toledo Marshall Western Michigan

Bowling Green Miami Kent State Marshall Ohio Western Michigan Toledo

L

T

Pct.

5 4 4 3 2 1 0

0 1 1 3 4 5 5

0 1 1 0 0 0 0

1.000 .750 .750 .500 .333 .166 .000

Pt. Opp.

245 327 250 113 137 66 119

86 52 103 305 225 238 252

Miami Kent State Bowling Green Ohio Western Michigan Toledo Marshall

L

T

186 161 150 111 110 33 159 87

20 72 131 75 155 167 193 184

8 8 6 6 4 3 4 2

1 2 3 2 5 4 5 7

0 .889 294 82 0 .800 331 131 0 .667 175 158 1 .722 205 113 0 .444 136 186 1 .438 86 220 0 .444 203 214 0 .222 125 196

Pts. Opp.

W

L

Pct.

Pt. Opp.

T

153 120 124 114 46 93 28

21 39 59 100 160 152 134

9 7 6 5 3 3 1

0 1 2 4 5 6 7

0 1.000 226 47 1 .833 151 53 1 .722 184 87 0 .556 166 134 1 .389 77 206 0 .333 159 192 1 .167 80 200

All Games

Conference Games

Pct.

Pt. Opp.

All Games

L

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

5 4 4 2 2 1 1

0 0 2 4 4 4 5

1 1 0 0 0 0 0

.917 .900 .667 .333 .333 .200 .166

160 91 136 78 103 52 79

71 42 70 109 108 109 190

8 7 7 3 2 2 1

0 1 2 6 7 7 7

1 .944 1 .833 0 .778 0 .333 0 .222 0 .222 1 .167

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct.

Pt. Opp.

34 48 87 72 112 102 105

6 6 6 5 4 2 3

3 1 3 4 4 6 6

0 2 0 0 1 1 0

.667 .778 .667 .556 .500 .278 .333

163 167 120 136 150 134 114

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

137 110 146 71 89 61 66

44 54 71 88 165 117 135

6 7 7 5 4 4 3

3 2 2 4 5 5 6

0 .667 0 .778 0 .778 0 .556 0 .444 0 .444 0 .333

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

207 124 92 82 92 48 69

61 67 54 98 81 182 170

9 7 5 5 4 1 2

0 2 4 3 5 8 6

0 1.000 274 83 0 .778 215 101 0 .556 158 94 0 .625 144 124 0 .444 185 116 0 .111 72 343 1 .277 123 200

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

10 8 6 5 4 2 2

0 1 3 5 4 7 7

0 1.000 269 34 0 .889 196 61 0 .667 118 129 0 .500 139 159 1 .500 173 106 1 .250 58 160 0 .222 130 192

Conference Games W

L

T

Pct.

5 3 4 3 1 1 1

0 1 2 2 4 4 5

0 2 0 0 1 1 0

1.000 .667 .667 .600 .250 .250 .166

111 84 87 69 72 70 68

L

T

Pct.

5 5 4 2 2 1 1

0 1 2 4 4 4 5

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 .833 .667 .333 .333 .200 .166

L

T

Pct.

6 4 3 3 3 1 0

0 2 2 3 3 4 6

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 .667 .600 .500 .500 .200 .000

1960

L

T

Pct.

6 5 4 2 2 1 0

0 1 2 3 4 4 6

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 .833 .667 .400 .333 .200 .000

151 98 80 76 71 39 43

331 99 159 83 208 82 122 185 136 211 114 168 118 253

137 55 112 147 126 156 138

Pct.

Pt. Opp.

193 96 137 89 218 91 159 102 188 200 122 168 111 165

All Games

Conference Games W

Pt. Opp.

All Games

Conference Games W

Pct.

All Games

Conference Games W

1959 Bowling Green Ohio Miami Kent State Western Michigan Marshall Toledo

W

W

1957 Miami Bowling Green Marshall Toledo Western Michigan Ohio Kent State

All Games

Pts. Opp.

Conference Games W

1956

Ohio Bowling Green Kent State Miami Western Michigan Marshall Toledo

106

L

1958

All Games

Pts. Opp.

Miami Kent State Ohio Toledo Western Michigan Western Reserve Marshall Bowling Green

Conference Games W

Pct.

Pt. Opp.

All Games 22 49 94 91 78 89 131

Pct.

Pt. Opp.

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC STANDINGS 1961 Bowling Green Western Michigan Miami Ohio Toledo Marshall Kent State

Conference Games W

L

T

Pct.

5 4 3 3 2 1 1

1 1 2 2 4 4 5

0 1 0 1 0 0 0

.833 .750 .600 .583 .333 .200 .166

1962 Bowling Green Ohio Miami Western Michigan Kent State Toledo Marshall

T

Pct.

8 5 6 5 3 2 2

2 4 4 3 7 7 8

0 .800 1 .550 0 .600 1 .611 0 .200 1 .250 0 .200

Pt. Opp.

194 78 143 179 153 115 129 116 146 150 62 183 126 181

All Games

L

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

5 5 3 3 2 1 0

0 1 1 3 4 5 5

1 0 1 0 0 0 0

.917 .833 .700 .500 .333 .166 .000

162 137 91 81 70 85 32

7 8 8 5 3 3 4

1 3 2 4 6 6 6

1 .833 204 91 0 .727 261 112 1 .773 231 175 0 .556 158 112 0 .333 108 185 0 .333 133 176 0 .400 137 237

61 29 69 65 140 133 160

Conference Games W

L

T

Pct.

5 4 4 3 2 1 1

1 1 2 2 4 5 5

0 1 0 1 0 0 0

.833 .750 .667 .583 .333 .166 .166

Pt. Opp.

All Games

Pts. Opp.

110 142 89 81 90 53 71

Pct.

W

L

T

Pct. Pts. Opp.

41 74 81 85 109 108 136

6 5 8 5 2 3 2

5 3 2 4 7 5 7

0 2 0 1 0 1 0

.545 135 103 .600 208 178 .800 201 116 .550 139 139 .222 111 201 .389 109 222 .222 118 176

Conference Games

All Games

W

L

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

5 4 4 3 2 1 1

1 2 2 2 4 4 5

0 0 0 1 0 1 0

.833 .667 .667 .583 .333 .250 .166

149 51 133 63 53 47 72

61 63 59 45 117 96 127

9 7 6 5 3 3 2

1 3 3 4 6 5 8

0 .900 275 0 .700 120 1 .650 209 1 .550 122 0 .333 77 1 .389 87 0 .200 127

1965 Bowling Green Miami Western Michigan Kent State Toledo Marshall Ohio

L

W

1964 Bowling Green Marshall Miami Ohio Western Michigan Kent State Toledo

25 44 54 81 102 115 118

W

Conference Games

1963 Ohio Miami Bowling Green Marshall Western Michigan Kent State Toledo

112 68 89 95 90 27 59

1967

All Games

Pts. Opp.

Conference Games

Pct. Pts. Opp.

87 93 142 99 185 121 218

All Games

W

L

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

5 5 3 3 2 2 0

1 1 2 2 4 4 6

0 0 1 1 0 0 0

.833 .833 .583 .583 .333 .333 .000

93 154 73 103 58 83 14

7 7 6 5 5 5 0

2 3 2 4 5 5 10

0 .778 123 107 0 .700 247 137 1 .722 128 127 1 .550 144 114 0 .500 104 96 0 .500 150 168 0 .000 77 210

73 63 87 60 68 112 145

Pct. Pts. Opp.

Toledo Ohio Miami Western Michigan Bowling Green Kent State Marshall

Conference Games W

L

T

Pct.

5 5 4 4 2 1 0

1 1 2 2 4 5 6

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.833 .833 .667 .667 .333 .166 .000

1968 Ohio Miami Bowling Green Toledo Western Michigan Kent State Marshall

L

T

Pct.

6 5 3 3 2 1 0

0 1 2 2 4 5 6

0 0 1 1 0 0 0

1.000 .833 .583 .583 .333 .166 .000

L

T

Pct.

5 4 2 2 1 1

0 1 3 3 4 4

0 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 .800 .400 .400 .200 .200

L

T

Pct.

5 3 3 2 1 1

0 2 2 3 4 4

0 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 .600 .600 .400 .200 .200

L

T

Pct.

5 4 2 2 2 0

0 1 3 3 3 5

0 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 .800 .400 .400 .400 .000

Miami Western Michigan Bowling Green Ohio Kent State Toledo Marshall

Conference Games

All Games

W

L

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

5 5 4 3 2 1 1

1 1 2 3 4 5 5

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.833 .833 .667 .500 .333 .166 .166

116 115 99 87 100 87 58

9 7 6 5 4 2 2

1 3 3 5 6 7 8

0 .900 229 78 0 .700 175 194 0 .667 187 124 0 .500 149 183 0 .400 211 161 1 .250 137 162 0 .200 113 210

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Pct. Pts. Opp.

Miami Kent State Bowling Green Ohio Western Michigan Toledo

1 4 4 4 4 6 10

0 .900 266 83 0 .600 210 152 0 .600 181 114 0 .556 156 164 0 .600 131 130 0 .400 195 144 0 .000 72 311

Pct. Pts. Opp.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

205 157 135 141 97 62 72

107 48 104 91 121 140 259

10 7 6 5 3 1 0

1 3 3 4 6 9 9

0 .909 418 228 0 .700 240 99 1 .650 267 147 1 .550 230 156 0 .333 160 191 0 .100 101 231 1 .050 129 358

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

156 80 72 103 47 93

75 53 75 78 132 118

11 6 7 5 5 4

0 4 3 4 5 6

0 1.000 385 160 0 .600 179 146 0 .700 231 139 1 .550 256 202 0 .500 166 197 0 .400 216 203

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

130 75 111 109 64 57

37 60 137 94 134 84

12 7 4 7 3 2

0 3 5 3 7 6

0 1.000 384 88 0 .700 187 112 0 .444 178 261 0 .700 277 132 0 .300 161 222 1 .278 118 178

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

176 129 50 95 101 60

71 89 87 79 100 185

12 6 7 7 5 3

0 4 3 3 5 8

0 1.000 383 96 0 .600 263 207 0 .700 207 117 0 .700 228 114 0 .500 240 173 0 .272 169 304

All Games Pct. Pts. Opp.

All Games Pct. Pts. Opp.

All Games Pct. Pts. Opp.

All Games

Conference Games

Pct. Pts. Opp.

All Games

W

L

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct. Pts. Opp.

4 3 2 2 2 1

1 1 2 3 3 4

0 1 1 0 0 0

.800 .700 .500 .400 .400 .200

111 75 81 107 94 76

56 42 100 87 118 141

6 6 7 7 6 3

5 3 3 3 5 8

1 1 1 0 0 0

.542 .650 .682 .700 .545 .272

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

101 156 118 61 68 108

11 9 7 5 6 3

0 2 3 5 5 8

0 1.000 207 69 0 .818 299 131 0 .700 266 209 0 .500 156 231 0 .545 190 218 0 .273 229 287

1973 1966

9 6 6 5 6 4 0

Conference Games W

1972 Kent State Bowling Green Western Michigan Miami Toledo Ohio

T

63 67 83 92 96 74 202

134 135 128 111 36 95 46

Conference Games W

1971 Toledo Bowling Green Miami Western Michigan Ohio Kent State

L

Conference Games W

1970 Toledo Miami Ohio Western Michigan Kent State Bowling Green

W

Conference Games W

1969 Toledo Bowling Green Miami Ohio Kent State Western Michigan

All Games

Pts. Opp.

Conference Games W

L

T

Pct.

5 4 2 2 1 1

0 1 3 3 4 4

0 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 .800 .400 .400 .200 .200

191 196 184 127 229 201 232 116 196 210 185 321

All Games 33 65 131 103 132 148

Pct. Pts. Opp.

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC STANDINGS 1974 Miami Toledo Ohio Kent State Bowling Green Western Michigan

Conference Games W

L

T

Pct.

5 3 3 2 2 0

0 2 2 3 3 5

0 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 .600 .600 .400 .400 .000

1975 Miami Central Michigan Ball State Bowling Green Toledo Ohio Northern Illinois Kent State Western Michigan

L

T

Pct.

6 4 4 4 4 3 2 1 0

0 1 2 2 4 3 3 6 7

0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

1.000 .750 .667 .667 .500 .500 .400 .143 .000

108

52 133 75 85 114 137

10 6 6 7 6 3

0 5 5 4 4 8

1 .955 0 .545 0 .545 0 .636 1 .591 0 .273

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

104 64 106 90 208 87 111 190 197

11 8 9 8 5 5 3 4 1

1 2 2 3 6 5 8 7 10

0 .917 306 141 1 .773 309 102 0 .818 244 171 0 .727 278 166 0 .455 244 277 1 .500 164 143 0 .273 193 230 0 .364 202 289 0 .091 119 297

153 110 98 90 98 46

178 173 112 153 189 99 87 111 55

Pct. Pts. Opp.

303 86 262 270 249 211 254 161 249 203 148 278

All Games Pct. Pts. Opp.

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

4 6 6 6 4 4 2 2 1 0

1 2 2 3 3 3 4 6 5 6

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.800 .750 .750 .667 .571 .571 .333 .250 .167 .000

145 218 208 229 146 191 86 138 78 39

54 120 102 160 151 159 106 179 224 223

8 7 8 7 7 6 3 3 2 1

3 4 4 4 4 5 8 8 9 10

0 .727 0 .636 0 .667 0 .636 0 .636 0 .545 0 .273 0 .273 0 .189 0 .091

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct. Pts. Opp.

127 233 188 126 155 167 191 100 103 159

48 127 80 112 148 185 175 181 241 252

10 10 9 8 5 6 5 3 2 1

1 1 2 3 7 5 6 8 9 10

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.909 262 173 .939 317 155 .818 377 169 .757 239 195 .417 275 296 .545 200 241 .455 261 231 .273 138 249 .182 112 287 .091 241 361

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct. Pts. Opp.

223 271 154 169 179 113 116 94 132 54

58 88 121 129 191 163 179 202 201 172

10 9 8 7 4 3 5 4 2 3

1 2 2 4 7 8 6 7 9 7

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.909 251 82 .818 331 119 .773 228 161 .636 220 152 .364 277 267 .273 122 246 .455 232 284 .364 158 248 .182 144 256 .300 120 238

Conference Games W

L

T

Pct.

5 7 5 4 4 5 3 2 2 0

0 1 1 3 3 4 5 5 7 8

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 .875 .833 .571 .571 .556 .375 .286 .222 .000

L

T

Pct.

8 8 5 5 3 3 2 2 2 1

0 1 2 4 5 5 4 6 7 5

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 .889 .714 .556 .375 .375 .333 .250 .222 .167

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct. Pts. Opp.

7 6 4 4 5 5 4 3 3 1

2 3 3 3 4 4 4 6 6 7

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.778 .667 .571 .571 .556 .556 .500 .333 .333 .125

185 195 145 167 204 180 131 132 149 64

127 129 107 99 153 138 122 160 231 286

9 7 7 5 6 6 4 4 3 1

2 4 4 6 5 5 7 7 8 9

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.818 .636 .636 .455 .545 .545 .364 .364 .273 .100

1981 Toledo Miami Central Michigan Bowling Green Western Michigan Ohio Kent State Ball State Northern Illinois Eastern Michigan

All Games

L

Conference Games

218 127 233 179 216 175 241 192 239 198 222 196 189 186 187 180 159 279 81 322

All Games

W

L

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct. Pts. Opp.

8 6 7 5 5 5 3 2 2 0

1 1 2 3 4 4 6 6 7 9

0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

.889 .813 .778 .611 .556 .556 .333 .250 .222 .000

213 152 197 148 182 202 108 122 113 74

86 88 95 81 146 219 138 156 193 294

9 8 7 5 6 5 4 4 3 0

3 2 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 11

0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

.750 .773 .636 .500 .545 .455 .364 .364 .273 .000

270 199 223 155 206 228 144 157 160 88

170 154 131 132 170 257 172 218 217 338

Pct. Pts. Opp.

262 253 280 270 223 292 160 205 132 56

124 175 216 202 220 249 208 232 355 366

All Games

Conference Games W

Central Michigan Western Michigan Northern Illinois Miami Ball State Ohio Bowling Green Toledo Kent State Eastern Michigan

Conference Games W

All Games

L

1979 Central Michigan Toledo Western Michigan Ohio Ball State Northern Illinois Miami Bowling Green Eastern Michigan Kent State

T

Conference Games

1978 Ball State Central Michigan Miami Western Michigan Bowling Green Ohio Northern Illinois Kent State Toledo Eastern Michigan

L

W

1977 Miami Central Michigan Ball State Eastern Michigan Bowling Green Kent State Western Michigan Northern Illinois Toledo Ohio

1980

W

Conference Games W

1976 Ball State Ohio Kent State Western Michigan Central Michigan Bowling Green Miami Toledo Eastern Michigan Northern Illinois

All Games

Pts. Opp.

All Games

Conference Games

All Games

W

L

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

8 7 5 4 4 3 3 3 1 1

0 1 4 4 4 3 4 5 6 8

1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

.944 .833 .556 .500 .500 .500 .427 .375 .188 .111

229 199 142 166 200 109 132 139 65 100

10 7 6 6 6 5 6 4 2 1

0 3 5 5 5 5 5 7 8 10

1 .955 1 .682 0 .545 0 .545 0 .545 1 .500 0 .545 0 .364 1 .227 0 .091

101 110 103 143 152 155 90 180 181 266

Pct. Pts. Opp.

291 213 186 238 272 177 223 194 113 127

133 190 127 174 191 206 142 265 236 298

1982 Bowling Green Western Michigan Miami Central Michigan Ohio Toledo Northern Illinois Ball State Eastern Michigan Kent State

Conference Games L

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct. Pts. Opp.

7 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 1 0

2 2 3 3 4 4 4 4 7 9

0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

.778 .667 .625 .611 .556 .556 .556 .500 .167 .000

216 124 123 187 134 140 131 105 66 86

113 75 71 165 188 117 105 140 142 196

7 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 1 0

5 2 4 4 5 5 5 6 9 11

0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

.583 265 199 .727 186 78 .636 195 121 .591 228 199 .545 160 259 .545 184 162 .500 137 136 .455 177 207 .136 85 205 .000 114 270

1983 Northern Illinois Toledo Central Michigan Bowling Green Ball State Western Michigan Miami Ohio Kent State Eastern Michigan

Conference Games

All Games

W

L

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct. Pts. Opp.

8 7 7 7 4 4 3 3 1 0

1 2 2 2 4 5 5 6 8 9

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.889 .445 .778 .778 .500 .444 .375 .333 .111 .000

248 200 206 214 166 144 118 143 141 127

119 148 90 152 220 181 107 205 225 260

10 9 8 8 6 6 4 4 1 1

2 2 3 3 5 5 7 7 10 10

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.833 .818 .727 .727 .545 .545 .364 .364 .091 .091

1984 Toledo Bowling Green Central Michigan Ohio Northern Illinois Miami Ball State Western Michigan Kent State Eastern Michigan

All Games

W

Conference Games

314 276 277 277 247 179 152 163 157 134

203 167 242 242 302 208 189 270 260 276

All Games

W

L

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct. Pts. Opp.

7 7 6 4 3 3 3 3 3 2

1 2 2 4 5 5 5 6 6 5

1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2

.833 .778 .722 .500 .389 .375 .375 .333 .333 .333

130 258 220 128 99 120 104 151 111 127

9 8 8 4 4 4 3 5 4 2

2 3 2 6 6 7 8 6 7 7

1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2

.792 .727 .773 .409 .409 .364 .273 .454 .364 .273

82 139 107 183 128 112 199 192 140 166

187 164 327 198 282 141 134 264 153 188 175 221 134 275 234 213 135 199 151 221

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC STANDINGS 1985 Bowling Green Miami Central Michigan Western Michigan Northern Illinois Eastern Michigan Ball State Toledo Kent State Ohio

Conference Games W

L

T

Pct.

9 7 6 4 4 3 3 3 2 2

0 1 3 4 4 6 6 6 6 7

0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 .833 .667 .500 .500 .333 .333 .333 .250 .222

1986 Miami Toledo Kent State Bowling Green Ball State Eastern Michigan Central Michigan Western Michigan Ohio

T

291 240 167 173 121 149 156 103 161 161

11 8 7 4 4 4 4 4 3 2

1 2 3 6 7 7 7 7 8 9

0 .917 355 223 1 .773 166 211 0 .700 194 143 1 .409 182 212 0 .364 174 259 0 .364 188 252 0 .364 203 283 0 .364 135 187 0 .273 212 177 0 .182 181 305

124 156 133 157 135 214 219 149 195 240

Pct. Pts. Opp.

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

6 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 0

2 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 8

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.750 .625 .625 .625 .500 .500 .500 .375 .000

260 157 151 133 160 166 218 143 148

8 7 5 5 6 6 5 3 1

4 4 6 6 5 5 5 8 10

0 .667 346 228 0 .636 216 197 0 .455 178 289 0 .455 148 222 0 .545 199 201 0 .545 222 228 0 .500 258 284 0 .273 183 257 0 .091 196 329

128 132 182 127 168 169 221 149 260

Conference Games

Pct. Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct. Pts. Opp.

7 5 5 5 4 3 3 3 0

1 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 8

0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

.875 .625 .625 .625 .500 .438 .438 .375 .000

230 170 141 172 174 141 134 148 101

142 144 126 139 167 137 167 484 205

10 7 5 5 5 5 3 4 1

2 4 6 6 6 5 7 7 10

0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

.833 343 .636 223 .455 180 .455 215 .455 218 .500 222 .318 165 .364 226 .091 127

Conference Games

237 212 235 249 240 203 245 255 271

All Games

L

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

7 5 5 5 4 4 3 1 0

1 2 3 3 3 4 5 6 7

0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1

.875 .688 .625 .625 .563 .500 .375 .188 .063

249 156 200 205 153 154 176 113 126

159 133 126 132 198 141 197 206 240

9 6 8 7 4 6 5 2 0

3 3 3 4 6 5 6 8 10

0 .750 1 .650 0 .727 0 .636 4 .409 0 .545 0 .455 1 .227 1 .045

Conference Games

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct. Pts. Opp.

7 7 5 5 4 2 2 2 0

1 1 3 3 3 4 6 6 7

0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1

.875 .875 .625 .625 .563 .375 .250 .250 .063

218 208 178 142 177 97 119 149 117

112 122 160 94 144 122 228 199 248

8 9 7 7 5 3 2 2 1

3 2 4 4 5 5 9 9 9

1 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1

.667 .828 .636 .636 .500 .400 .182 .182 .136

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

192 127 138 145 161 96 121 114 134

88 101 110 94 173 108 146 211 198

11 6 5 6 6 6 3 2 1

1 1 5 4 5 5 7 8 10

0 .916 362 147 4 .727 205 157 1 .500 187 209 1 .591 214 140 0 .545 218 253 0 .545 159 150 1 .318 144 232 1 .227 176 308 0 .091 159 307

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

212 167 155 162 164 151 209 123 76 92

111 153 139 116 145 157 129 219 196 155

10 7 7 8 6 5 5 2 1 1

2 3 3 3 4 6 6 9 10 10

0 .833 1 .682 1 .682 0 .727 1 .591 0 .455 0 .455 0 .182 0 .091 0 .091

Conference Games W

L

T

Pct.

8 3 4 4 4 4 3 1 1

0 1 3 3 4 4 4 6 7

0 4 1 1 0 0 1 1 0

1.000 .625 .563 .563 .500 .500 .438 .187 .125

L

T

Pct.

8 6 5 5 4 5 4 2 1 1

0 3 3 3 2 4 5 7 7 7

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1.000 .667 .625 .625 .625 .556 .444 .222 .125 .125

359 173 286 287 195 244 256 159 167

232 200 170 176 288 221 250 333 361

All Games

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct. Pts. Opp.

6 6 6 5 5 3 1 1 0

1 2 2 2 3 5 6 6 8

1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0

.813 .750 .750 .688 .625 .375 .188 .188 .000

193 179 205 179 193 155 172 172 129

7 7 6 5 5 5 1 1 0

3 3 5 5 6 6 9 9 11

2 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0

.667 .682 .545 .500 .455 .455 .136 .136 .000

274 252 254 228 233 210 191 191 179

239 196 272 182 319 210 348 348 377

Ball State Western Michigan Bowling Green Central Michigan Akron Ohio Toledo Eastern Michigan Miami Kent State

146 178 121 235 225 163 328 301 342

Pct. Pts. Opp.

All Games

Conference Games

Pct. Pts. Opp.

324 197 218 269 210 171 247 133 117 144

235 177 186 153 204 243 170 301 336 253

All Games

W

L

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct. Pts. Opp.

7 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 0

0 1 1 4 4 5 5 5 6 9

1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.938 .813 .750 .556 .500 .444 .375 .375 .333 .000

199 190 211 221 147 124 179 113 134 132

114 135 106 163 161 197 184 127 190 273

8 7 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 0

3 3 3 6 6 7 7 7 7 11

1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.708 .682 .636 .455 .455 .364 .364 .364 .364 .000

1994 Central Michigan Bowling Green Western Michigan Miami Ball State Toledo Eastern Michigan Kent State Akron Ohio

283 284 204 249 200 138 177 179 162

All Games

Conference Games W

1993

L

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Pct. Pts. Opp.

W

119 133 178 103 195 143 209 209 267

Bowling Green Central Michigan Toledo Miami Western Michigan Ball State Eastern Michigan Ohio Kent State

All Games

L

1992

All Games

W

Central Michigan Toledo Ball State Western Michigan Miami Bowling Green Kent State Eastern Michigan Ohio

Conference Games W

1991

All Games

L

1989 Ball State Eastern Michigan Toledo Central Michigan Bowling Green Western Michigan Miami Ohio Kent State

L

W

1988 Western Michigan Eastern Michigan Ball State Cental Michigan Ohio Toledo Kent State Bowling Green Miami

1990

W

Conference Games

1987 Eastern Michigan Kent State Miami Bowling Green Western Michigan Central Michigan Toledo Ball State Ohio

All Games

Pts. Opp.

Conference Games

301 236 268 275 192 134 252 163 186 149

265 187 173 244 222 282 270 220 248 357

All Games

W

L

T

Pct.

Pts. Opp.

W

L

T

Pct. Pts. Opp.

8 7 5 5 5 4 5 2 1 0

1 1 3 3 3 3 4 7 8 9

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

.889 .875 .625 .625 .611 .563 .556 .222 .111 .000

320 279 194 221 241 268 244 120 131 66

9 9 7 6 5 6 5 2 1 0

3 2 4 4 5 4 6 9 10 11

0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

.750 .818 .636 .591 .500 .591 .455 .182 .091 .000

188 133 146 163 231 219 212 237 331 224

400 391 274 262 276 352 247 140 145 82

325 174 189 260 296 324 285 293 404 259

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC STANDINGS 1995 W Toledo 7 Miami 6 Ball State 6 Western Michigan 6 Eastern Michigan 5 Bowling Green 3 Central Michigan 2 Akron 2 Ohio 1 Kent State 0

Conference Games L T Pct. Pts. Opp. 0 1 .938 236 141 1 1 .813 254 83 2 0 .750 169 109 2 0 .750 202 112 3 0 .625 258 211 5 0 .375 151 157 6 0 .250 151 189 6 0 .250 104 260 6 1 .187 126 216 7 1 .062 91 254

W 11 8 7 7 6 5 4 2 2 1

L 0 2 4 4 5 6 7 9 8 9

All Games T Pct. Pts. Opp. 1 .958 411 264 1 .772 326 165 0 .636 204 187 0 .636 253 190 0 .545 363 335 0 .455 226 228 0 .363 250 275 0 .181 141 432 1 .227 161 320 1 .136 128 390

1999 East Division W 8 6 5 5 3 2 0

Conference Games L Pct. Pts. Opp. 0 1.000 298 91 2 .750 238 166 3 .625 231 200 3 .625 227 178 5 .375 213 237 6 .250 159 257 8 .000 96 333

All Games W L Pct. Pts. Opp. 13 0 1.000 462 133 7 4 .636 335 264 7 4 .636 315 314 5 6 .454 271 287 5 6 .454 296 312 2 9 .182 213 376 0 11 .000 130 426

W Western Michigan 6 Toledo 5 Northern Illinois 5 Eastern Michigan 4 Central Michigan 3 Ball State 0

Conference Games L Pct. Pts. Opp. 2 .750 237 177 3 .625 240 157 3 .625 237 204 4 .500 216 211 5 .375 173 222 8 .000 117 249

W L 7 5 6 5 5 6 4 7 4 7 0 11

Conference Games L Pct. Pts. Opp. 3 .625 221 208 3 .625 240 181 3 .625 208 184 3 .625 253 152 6 .250 149 306 6 .250 137 182 7 .125 91 258

All Games W L Pct. Pts. Opp. 8 5 .615 367 297 6 5 .545 333 295 6 5 .545 272 286 7 4 .636 343 208 2 9 .182 177 452 2 9 .182 174 289 1 10 .091 128 359

Marshall Miami Akron Ohio Bowling Green Kent State Buffalo West Division

*Includes a 40-37 overtime win against Nevada in Las Vegas Bowl IV.

1996

Conference Games L Pct. Pts. Opp. 1 .875 217 1121 2 .750 229 90 2 .750 153 134 3 .625 209 107 4 .500 251 239 5 .375 130 176 5 .375 119 190 5 .375 186 185 6 .250 151 200 7 .125 171 365

All Games W L Pct. Pts. Opp. 8 4* .667 296 210 6 5 .545 273 168 7 4 .636 190 198 6 6 .500 302 237 5 6 .455 351 353 4 7 .364 179 240 4 7 .364 168 266 3 8 .273 210 291 2 9 .182 208 304 2 9 .182 255 492

W 7 6 6 3 3 2

Conference Games L Pct. Pts. 1 .875 305 2 .750 319 2 .750 210 5 .375 242 5 .375 155 6 .250 204

Opp. 137 161 140 325 209 275

W 10 8 8 3 3 2

L 3 3 3 8 8 9

All Games Pct. Pts. Opp. .769 484 259 .727 412 226 .727 301 177 .273 337 490 .273 191 341 .182 218 435

W Toledo 7 Western Michigan 6 Ball State 4 Eastern Michigan 3 Central Michigan 1 Northern Illinois 0

Conference Games L Pct. Pts. 1 .875 258 2 .750 225 4 .500 195 5 .375 250 7 .125 204 8 .000 101

Opp. 165 190 193 281 315 277

W 9 8 5 4 2 0

L 3 3 6 7 9 11

All Games Pct. Pts. Opp. .750 356 268 .727 301 265 .455 239 260 .364 329 352 .182 282 479 .000 129 382

W Ball State 7 Miami 6 Toledo 6 Ohio 5 Central Michigan 4 Bowling Green 3 Akron 3 Eastern Michigan 3 Western Michigan 2 Kent State 1 1997 East Division Marshall Miami Ohio Kent State Bowling Green Akron West Division

1998 East Division Marshall Miami Bowling Green Ohio Akron Kent State

W 7 7 5 5 2 0

West Division W Toledo 6 Western Michigan 5 Central Michigan 5 Eastern Michigan 3 Northern Illinois 2 Ball State 1

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Conference Games L Pct. Pts. Opp. 1 .875 239 130 1 .875 249 119 3 .625 258 189 3 .625 224 203 6 .250 206 215 8 .000 112 336 Conference Games L Pct. Pts. Opp. 2 .750 164 101 3 .625 276 229 3 .625 187 163 5 .375 165 213 6 .250 126 194 7 .125 116 230

W 12 10 5 5 4 0

All Games L T Pct. Pts. 1 0 .923 405 1 0 .909 317 6 0 .455 292 6 0 .455 269 7 0 .364 265 11 0 .000 454

Opp. 236 142 312 303 299 149

All Games W L Pct. Pts. Opp. 7 5 .583 229 216 7 4 .636 360 212 6 5 .545 229 253 3 8 .273 216 309 2 9 .182 160 329 1 10 .091 150 343

All Games Pct. Pts. Opp. .583 373 342 .545 293 229 .454 289 289 .364 239 338 .364 229 344 .000 157 361

2000 East Division Marshall ** Akron * Miami Ohio Buffalo Bowling Green Kent State

W 5 5 5 5 2 2 1

West Division

Conference Games W L Pct. Pts. Opp. Western Michigan ** 7 1 .875 255 80 Toledo * 6 1 .857 259 79 Ball State 4 3 .571 150 209 Northern Illinois 4 3 .571 286 194 Eastern Michigan 2 5 .286 121 204 Central Michigan 2 6 .250 117 250

W L 9 3 10 1 5 6 6 5 3 8 2 9

All Games Pct. Pts. Opp. .750 359 139 .909 400 115 .455 212 349 .545 409 280 .273 209 350 .182 137 376

** Divisional Co-Champion, won tie-breaker for berth in MAC Championship game; * Divisional Co-Champion, lost tie-breaker for berth in MAC Championship game; 2001 East Division Marshall Miami Bowling Green Kent State Akron Buffalo Ohio

W 8 6 5 5 4 1 1

Conference Games L Pct. Pts. Opp. 0 1.000 311 174 2 .750 215 168 3 .625 228 137 3 .625 196 179 4 .500 236 242 7 .125 127 216 7 .125 170 236

All Games W L Pct. Pts. Opp. 11 2 .846 512 366 7 5 .583 319 309 8 3 .727 343 214 6 5 .545 248 281 4 7 .273 205 286 3 8 .273 205 286 1 10 .091 198 323

W 5 4 4 4 2 1

Conference Games L Pct. Pts. Opp. 2 .714 251 207 3 .571 195 204 3 .571 199 191 4 .500 198 190 6 .250 188 257 6 .143 164 254

W L 10 2 6 5 5 6 5 6 3 8 2 9

West Division Toledo * Northern Illinois * Ball State * Western Michigan Central Michigan Eastern Michigan

All Games Pct. Pts. Opp. .833 407 293 .545 303 292 .455 268 294 .455 257 266 .273 251 338 .182 197 356

* Tri-Champions, Toledo wins tie-breaker for MAC Championship Game berth.

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC STANDINGS 2002 MAC Standings East Division Marshall UCF Miami Ohio Akron Kent State Buffalo

W 7 6 5 4 3 1 0

Conference Games L Pct. Pts. Opp. 1 .875 275 184 2 .750 271 187 3 .625 295 216 4 .500 260 245 5 .375 212 209 7 .125 93 269 8 .000 134 303

Conference Games W L Pct. PF PA Toledo# 7 1 .875 303 173 Northern Illinois 7 1 .875 280 167 Bowling Green 6 2 .750 352 223 Ball State 4 4 .500 218 220 Western Michigan 3 5 .375 219 220 Central Michigan 2 6 .250 171 272 Eastern Michigan 1 7 .125 193 388

2005 MAC Standings Overall Record Pct. Pts. .846 457 .583 391 .583 384 .333 299 .333 325 .250 202 .083 214

W 11 7 7 4 4 3 1

L 2 5 5 8 8 9 11

W 9 8 9 6 4 4 3

Overall Record L Pct. PF 5 .645 495 4 .667 375 3 .750 490 6 .500 278 8 .333 303 8 .333 267 9 .250 286

West Division

East Division Opp. 315 315 325 374 379 424 416

Miami Marshall Akron Kent State UCF Ohio Buffalo

W 8 6 5 4 2 1 1

Conference Games L Pct. Pts. Opp. 0 1.000 374 124 2 .750 230 170 3 .625 257 246 4 .500 261 274 6 .250 131 221 7 .125 192 244 7 .125 138 289

Conference Games W L Pct. Pts. Opp. Bowling Green 7 1 .875 246 165 Northern Illinois 6 2 .750 281 196 Toledo 6 2 .750 280 181 Western Michigan 4 4 .500 211 220 Ball State 3 5 .375 173 249 Eastern Michigan 2 6 .250 145 240 Central Michigan 1 7 .125 154 246

Conference Games L Pct. Pts. Opp. 3 .625 204 174 3 .625 272 194 3 .625 240 193 5 .375 162 243 7 .125 107 241 8 .000 102 236

West Division PA 378 298 304 333 330 384 566

Conference Games W L Pct. Pts. Opp. Northern Illinois* 6 2 .750 263 169 Toledo 6 2 .750 266 173 Western Michigan 5 3 .625 282 267 Central Michigan 5 3 .625 230 190 Ball State 4 4 .500 230 259 Eastern Michigan 3 5 .375 183 202

W 7 7 6 4 1 1

Overall Record L Pct. Pts. 6 .538 307 4 .636 371 5 .545 372 7 .364 192 10 .091 110 10 .091 180

Overall Record W L Pct. Pts. 7 5 .583 389 9 3 .750 429 7 4 .636 354 6 5 .545 260 4 7 .364 233 4 7 .364 240

Opp. 318 258 304 336 327 331 Opp. 274 261 342 260 416 295

*Won the tiebreaker 2006 MAC Standings

2003 MAC Standings East Division

Akron* Miami Bowling Green Ohio Buffalo Kent State

W 5 5 5 3 1 0

East Division

W 13 8 7 5 3 2 1

Overall Record L Pct. Pts. 1 .929 602 4 .667 350 5 .583 435 7 .417 321 9 .250 224 10 .167 263 11 .083 177

Opp. 272 278 353 396 373 372 445

W 11 10 8 5 4 3 3

Overall Record L Pct. Pts. 3 .786 470 2 .833 386 4 .667 389 7 .417 331 8 .333 261 9 .250 205 9 .250 277

Opp. 304 258 285 370 386 371 428

West Division

Ohio Kent State Akron Bowling Green Miami Buffalo

W 7 5 3 3 2 1

Conference Games L Pct. Pts. Opp. 1 .875 197 119 3 .625 172 140 5 .375 153 187 5 .375 166 214 6 .250 164 187 7 .125 201 314

West Division

Conference Games W L Pct. Pts. Opp. Central Michigan 7 1 .875 235 145 Western Michigan 6 2 .750 177 148 Northern Illinois 5 3 .625 207 144 Ball State 5 3 .625 225 184 Toledo 3 5 .375 157 204 Eastern Michigan 1 7 .125 106 174

W 9 6 5 4 2 2

Overall Record L Pct. Pts. 5 .643 276 6 .500 214 7 .417 236 8 .333 234 10 .167 222 10 .167 131

Overall Record W L Pct. Pts. 10 4 .714 416 8 5 .615 299 7 6 .538 331 5 7 .417 326 5 7 .417 281 1 11 .083 167

Opp. 253 241 271 340 304 486 Opp. 312 259 275 309 332 322

2007 MAC Standings 2004 MAC Standings East Division East Division Miami Akron Marshall Kent State Ohio Buffalo UCF

Conference Games W L Pct. Pts. Opp. 7 1 .875 282 158 6 2 .750 237 217 6 2 .750 238 180 4 4 .500 269 186 2 6 .250 148 217 2 6 .250 167 247 0 8 .000 136 246

Conference Games W L Pct. Pts. Opp. Toledo* 7 1 .875 307 195 Northern Illinois 7 1 .875 303 190 Bowling Green 6 2 .750 337 181 Eastern Michigan 4 4 .500 249 333 Central Michigan 3 5 .375 199 286 Ball State 2 6 .250 207 279 Western Michigan 0 8 .000 179 343 *Won the tiebreaker

W 8 6 6 5 4 2 0

Overall Record L Pct. Pts. 5 .615 407 5 .545 271 6 .500 291 6 .455 335 7 .364 221 9 .182 197 11 .000 175

Opp. 298 347 266 264 271 351 362

W 9 9 9 4 4 2 1

Overall Record L Pct. Pts. 4 .692 432 3 .750 421 3 .750 532 7 .364 328 7 .364 260 9 .182 225 10 .091 248

Opp. 404 304 282 458 378 405 446

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W 5 6 5 4 4 3 1

Conference Games L Pct. Pts. Opp. 2 .714 165 130 2 .750 271 219 3 .625 231 194 4 .500 259 260 4 .500 140 195 5 .375 196 231 7 .125 175 225

Conference Games W L Pct. Pts. Opp. Central Michigan * 6 1 .857 300 222 Ball State 5 2 .714 233 166 Eastern Michigan 3 4 .429 206 243 Toledo 3 4 .429 287 304 Western Michigan 3 4 .429 169 163 Northern Illinois 1 6 .143 126 206

W 6 8 5 6 4 4 3

L 7 5 7 6 8 8 9

Overall Record Pct. Pts. .462 250 .615 392 .417 291 .500 366 .333 197 .333 254 .250 259

Overall Record W L Pct. Pts. 8 5 .615 487 7 6 .538 409 4 8 .333 290 5 7 .417 395 5 7 .417 323 2 10 .167 229

Opp. 333 417 331 359 315 350 350 Opp. 517 368 374 470 347 370

* Advanced to MAC Championship Game via tie-breaker criteria.

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC STANDINGS 2008 MAC Standings East Division Buffalo Bowling Green Temple Akron Kent State Ohio Miami

W 5 4 4 3 3 3 1

Conference Games L Pct. Pts. Opp. 3 .625 256 223 4 .500 236 183 4 .500 270 180 5 .375 264 289 5 .375 229 264 5 .375 196 233 7 .125 144 270

West Division

Conference Games W L Pct. Pts. Opp. Ball State 8 0 1.000 303 136 Western Michigan 6 2 .750 219 187 Central Michigan 6 2 .750 253 235 Northern Illinois 5 3 .625 220 154 Eastern Michigan 2 6 .250 210 317 Toledo 2 6 .250 170 236

2011 MAC Standings

W 8 6 5 5 4 4 2

Overall Record L Pct. Pts. 6 .571 424 6 .500 332 7 .417 281 7 .417 360 8 .333 308 8 .333 289 10 .167 221

Overall Record W L Pct. Pts. 12 2 .857 489 9 4 .692 372 8 5 .615 384 6 7 .462 314 3 9 .250 309 3 9 .250 269

East Division Opp. 395 278 277 375 380 327 392 Opp. 287 324 393 234 427 327

2009 MAC Standings East Division Ohio Temple Bowling Green Kent State Buffalo Akron Miami

W 7 7 6 4 3 2 1

Conference Games L Pct. Pts. Opp. 1 .875 222 160 1 .875 279 165 2 .750 253 207 4 .500 177 170 5 .375 182 188 6 .250 148 258 7 .125 168 267

West Division

Conference Games W L Pct. Pts. Opp. Central Michigan 8 0 1.000 318 137 Northern Illinois 5 3 .625 249 164 Western Michigan 4 4 .500 232 217 Toledo 3 5 .375 230 293 Ball State 2 6 .250 157 217 Eastern Michigan 0 8 .000 115 297

Ohio Temple Kent State Bowling Green Miami Buffalo Akron

W 6 5 4 3 3 2 0

Conference Games L Pct. Pts. Opp. 2 .750 239 192 3 .625 229 124 4 .500 153 161 5 .375 191 235 5 .375 192 174 6 .250 202 253 8 .000 103 321

West Division

Conference Games W L Pct. Pts. Opp. Northern Illinois 7 1 .875 330 234 Toledo 7 1 .875 382 249 Western Michigan 5 3 .625 321 241 Ball State 4 4 .500 216 276 Eastern Michigan 4 4 .500 191 211 Central Michigan 2 6 .250 206 284

W 10 9 5 5 4 3 1

L 4 4 7 7 8 9 11

Overall Record Pct. Pts. .714 427 .692 398 .417 205 .417 318 .333 256 .250 266 .083 170

Overall Record W L Pct. Pts. 11 3 .786 536 9 4 .692 549 7 6 .538 459 6 6 .500 304 6 6 .500 255 3 9 .250 271

Opp. 310 181 291 346 275 353 462 Opp. 424 412 373 416 292 400

2012 MAC Standings

W 9 9 7 5 5 3 1

L 5 4 6 7 7 9 11

Overall Record Pct. Pts. .643 347 .692 384 .538 370 .417 231 .417 289 .250 231 .083 187

Overall Record W L Pct. Pts. 12 2 .857 475 7 6 .538 372 5 7 .417 296 5 7 .417 356 2 10 .167 230 0 12 .000 197

East Division Opp. 298 290 357 269 285 345 410 Opp. 265 281 330 452 338 459

Kent State Bowling Green Ohio Miami Buffalo UMass Akron West Division

W 8 6 4 3 3 1 0

Conference Games L Pct. Pts. Opp. 0 1.000 292 174 2 .750 195 104 4 .500 221 236 5 .375 214 258 5 .375 153 219 7 .125 126 288 8 .000 169 278

Conference Games W L Pct. Pts. Opp. Northern Illinois 8 0 1.000 363 122 Ball State 6 2 .750 291 238 Toledo 6 2 .750 277 222 Central Michigan 4 4 .500 261 270 Western Michigan 2 6 .250 240 259 Eastern Michigan 1 7 .125 171 305

W 11 8 9 4 4 1 1

L 3 5 4 8 8 11 11

Overall Record Pct. Pts. .786 463 .615 298 .692 412 .333 280 .333 255 .083 152 .083 313

Overall Record W L Pct. Pts. 12 2 .857 540 9 4 .692 437 9 4 .692 410 7 6 .538 375 4 8 .333 352 2 10 .167 256

Opp. 343 218 322 419 342 482 428 Opp. 278 416 369 421 356 451

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W 7 6 5 4 1 1 1

Conference Games L Pct. Pts. Opp. 1 .875 182 143 2 .750 235 153 3 .625 184 132 4 .500 174 170 7 .125 143 247 7 .125 117 272 7 .125 102 231

Conference Games W L Pct. Pts. Opp. Northern Illinois 8 0 1.000 382 127 Toledo 7 1 .875 269 199 Western Michigan 5 3 .625 292 157 Ball State 3 5 .375 201 259 Central Michigan 2 6 .250 177 199 Eastern Michigan 2 6 .250 154 323

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Overall Record L Pct. Pts. 4 .714 302 5 .615 357 4 .667 300 7 .417 256 10 .167 255 11 .083 187 10 .167 170

Overall Record W L Pct. Pts. 11 3 .786 532 8 5 .615 363 6 6 .500 388 4 8 .333 264 3 9 .250 293 2 10 .167 228

Opp. 325 309 229 275 403 421 334 Opp. 265 371 286 365 312 527

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES Year-by-Year Results 1997 Marshall 34, Toledo 13 (Huntington, W.V.);

28,021

1998 Marshall 23, Toledo 17 (Huntington, W.V.);

28,085

1999 (11/11) Marshall 34, WMU 30 (Huntington, W.V.); 28,069 2000 Marshall 19, WMU 14 (Huntington, W.V.);

24,816

2001 Toledo 41, (20/18) Marshall 36 (Toledo, Ohio);

20,025

2002 Marshall 49, Toledo 45 (Huntington, W.V.);

24,582

2003 (14/15) Miami 49, (20/25) BGSU 27 (Bowling Green, Ohio); 2004 Toledo 35, Miami 27 (Detroit, Mich.);

24,813 12,051

2006 Central Michigan 31, Ohio 10 (Detroit, Mich.);

25,483

2007 Central Michigan 35, Miami 10 (Detroit, Mich.); 25,013 2008 Buffalo 42, (12/13) Ball State 24 (Detroit, Mich.); 12,871 23,714

2010 Miami 26, (24/-) Northern Illinois 21 (Detroit, Mich.); 2011 Northern Illinois 23, Ohio 20 (Detroit, Mich.):

12,031 13,052

2012 (19/18) Northern Illinois 44, (18/19) Kent State 37 2OT (Detroit, Mich): 18,132 ( ) Rankings listed reflect AP/ESPN Polls

MVP East Division 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Marshall: Randy Moss, WR Marshall: Chad Pennington, QB Marshall: Chad Pennington, QB Marshall: Byron Leftwich, QB Marshall: Denero Marriott, WR Marshall: Byron Leftwich, QB Miami: Ben Roethlisberger, QB Miami: Michael Larkin, WR Akron: Luke Getsy, QB Ohio: Jameson Hartke, DL Miami: Clayton Mullins, LB Buffalo: Mike Newton, DB Ohio: Noah Keller, LB Miami: Thomas Merriweather, RB Ohio: Noah Keller, LB Kent State: Darius Polk, DB

1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008: 2009: 2010: 2011: 2012:

Toledo: Dwayne Harris, RB Toledo: Gregg King, DL Western Michigan: Tim Lester, QB Western Michigan: Steve Neal, WR Toledo: Chester Taylor, RB Toledo: Trinity Dawson, RB BGSU: Josh Harris, QB Toledo: Bruce Gradkowski, QB Northern Illinois: Garrett Wolfe, TB Central Michigan: Damien Linson, WR Central Michigan: Dan LeFevour, QB Ball State: Nate Davis, QB Central Michigan: Dan LeFevour, QB Northern Illinois: Chandler Harnish, QB Northern Illinois: Nathan Palmer, WR Northern Illinois: Jordan Lynch, QB

MVP West Division

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The Mid-American Conference will hold its 15th football championship game at the site of Ford Field in downtown Detroit – a premiere sports venue that hosted the 2006 Super Bowl and 2009 Men’s Basketball Final Four. The MAC has long been associated with the Detroit area and played in the first ever college football game at Ford Field as Toledo faced Boston College in the 2003 Motor City Bowl. This year’s event will be played Friday, December 2 at 7:00 pm ET and marks the eighth year of a neutral site championship game for the MAC.

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2005 Akron 31, Northern Illinois 30 (Detroit, Mich.);

2009 Central Michigan 20, Ohio 10 (Detroit, Mich.);

MAC Championship Football Game History

1997 Game Recap Marshall 34, Toledo 14 (ESPN) Buoyed by three Chad Pennington to Randy Moss touchdown passes, Marshall University fought off a challenge from West Division champion Toledo to win the inaugural Mid-American Conference football championship game. Billy Malashevich gave the Herd a 3-0, first-quarter lead with a 22-yard field goal. Toledo took its first lead at 7-3 when Ray Curry hauled in a 56-yard pass from Chris Wallace. That lead stood until the 6:46 mark of the third quarter when Moss grabbed a four-yard TD pass from Pennington. Three minutes later Moss showed his speed with an 86-yard score via a Pennington pass. Malashevich knocked down a 25-yard field goal in the fourth quarter before the Pennington-Moss connection encored with a 20-yard hookup. Doug Chapman added a five-yard run to boost Marshall to a 34-7 advantage. A Wallace to Mel Long touchdown pass from 33 yards closed out the scoring. Pennington completed 20-of-34 passesfor 322 yards and three touchdowns while Chapman added 117 rushing yards. Wallace completed 12-of-28 passes for 246 yards and two touchdowns while Dwayne Harris contributed 105 rushing yards for the Rockets.

Game Summary Toledo Marshall Scoring

1st

0 3

2nd

7 0

3rd

4th

0 14

7 17

Final

14 34

First Quarter MAR-Malashevich 22 field goal, 10:51

Second Quarter UT-Curry 56 pass from Wallace (Merrick kick) 13:16

Third Quarter MAR-Moss 4 pass from Pennington (Malashevich kick) 6:46 MAR- Moss 86 pass from Pennington (Malashevich kick) 3:48

Fourth Quarter MAR-Malashevich 25 field goal, 10:42 MAR-Moss 20 pass from Pennington (Malashevich kick) 7:01 MAR-Chapman 5 run (Malashevich kick) 6:24 UT-Long 33 pass from Wallace (Merrick kick) 3:02

Team Statistics First Downs Rushing Attempts-Net yards Passes Att.-Comp. -Int. Passing Yards Total Offense Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Average Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By-Yards

UT

MAR

16 42-73 28-12-1 246 319 2-1 8-60 6-44.5 29:44 4-15 0 of 4 0-0

24 29-120 34-20-1 322 442 4-3 8-61 3-47.0 30:16 4-10 0 of 0 5-50

Individual Statistics RUSHING UT: Harris 30-105; MAR: Chapman 20-115.

PASSING UT: Wallace 28-12-1-246; MAR: Pennington 34-20-1-322.

RECEIVING UT: Kreitzberg 3-65; Curry 2-61; Long 2-42; D. Harris 2-42; M. Bilik 2-17; MAR: Moss 7-170; Colclough 4-52; Wikes 3-37; Poole 2-40; Chapman 2-12; Long 2-11.

TACKLES UT: Herndon 8; Matthews 6; Rollins 6; Love 5; Vailant 5; MAR: McCloud 14; Hall 7; Grace 7; Summers 6; Maxwell 6; Barber 6; Moore 5; Cohen 5; Mercer 5.

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES 1998 Game Recap Marshall 23, Toledo 17 (ESPN2)

1999 Game Recap Marshall 34, WMU 30 (ESPN2)

Down 10-6 early in the fourth quarter, Marshall struck quickly with two touchdowns in a span of 2:23 to take control of the game at 20-10. A Chris Hanson nine-yard run on a fake field goal gave Marshall a 6-0 lead in the first quarter. Toledo, however, answered minutes later when Wasean Tait scored from a yard out and Todd France’s PAT gave the Rockets a 7-6 lead. Following a 30-yard France field goal 20 seconds into the fourth quarter, Herd quarterback Chad Pennington hit Nate Poole from 19-yards out for a 13-10 lead. Daninelle Derricott scooped up a Rocket fumble and scampered 21 yards for a 20-10 Marshall cushion. Toledo closed to within 23-17 with a minute left on a Chris Wallace to Mike Bilik one-yard pass. Pennington, who overcame a third-quarter groin injury, completed23-of-38 passes for 249 yards and one touchdown while Toledo’s Wallace was good on 30-of-54 passes for 337 yards and one touchdown.

Marshall won its third consecutive MAC title with a thrilling 34-30 triumph over Western Michigan Dec. 3 in the MAC championship game. Marshall quarterback Chad Pennington tossed a one-yard touchdown pass to Eric Pinkerton with four seconds left for the victory. Western Michigan’s Tim Lester had given his team a 23-0 third-quarter lead before Marshall stormed back. The Bronco’s Robert Sanford set a championship game record with 163 rushing yards. Lester completed 27-of-41 passes for 282 yards and two TDs while Pennington was successful on 20-of-31 passes for 284 yards and three touchdowns. The Broncos’ huge lead came courtesy of Brad Selent field goals from 31, 32 and 36 yards, a Lester to Corey Alston 16-yard pass and a one-yard scoring run by Sanford. Marshall’s 27-0 run included Pennington’s touchdown passes to Nate Poole (38 yards) and James Williams (16) and touchdown runs of 2 and 24 yards by Doug Chapman. Lester’s four-yard scoring pass to Jake Moreland with 7:30 left gave WMU the lead at 30-27 until the final seconds.

Game Summary Toledo Marshall

1st

7 6

2nd

0 0

3rd

4th

0 0

10 17

Final

17 23

Scoring

WMU Marshall

First Quarter MAR-Hanson 9 run, Malashevich rush failed, 11:26 UT-W. Tait 1 run (France kick) 5:48 UT-France 33 field goal, 14:40 MAR-Poole 19 pass from Pennington (Malashevich kick) 13:55 MAR- Derricott 21 fumbles recovery (Malashevich kick) 11:32 MAR-Malashevich 32 field goal, 9:08 UT-Bilik 1 pass from Wallace (France kick) 1:03 First Downs Rushing Attempts-Net Yards Passes Att.-Comp.-Int. Passing Yards Total Offense Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Average Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By-Yards

1st

10 0

2nd

3rd

10 0

3 20

4th

7 14

Final

30 34

Scoring

Fourth Quarter

Team Statistics

Game Summary

UT

MAR

22 35-90 54-30-2 337 427 3-2 4-29 5-39.6 30:36 5-18 3-4 1-7

17 35-120 39-23-1 249 369 0-0 8-70 6-46.0 29:24 4-15 1-2 2-5

Individual Statistics RUSHING UT: Tait 16-60; Taylor 11-30; MAR: Chapman 23-106; Hanson 1-9.

PASSING UT: Wallace 54-30-2-337; MAR: Pennington 38-23-0-249; Leftwich 1-0-1-0.

RECEIVING UT: Curry 8-87; Bilik 8-59; Freeman 5-47; Taylor 3-73; Kreitzburg 2-29; Tait 2-22; Long 2-20; MAR: Poole 5-61; Cooper 5-32; Washington 4-70; Long 4-56; Chapman 4-18; Turner 1-12.

TACKLES UT: Singleton 12; Beckwith 9; Turner 6; Herndon 6; King 5; Travis 5; Rollins 5; Lamar 5; Marshall: Beckett 11; Grace 8; Derricott 8; Hodges 8; O’Neal 7; Yates 7; Hines 6.

First Quarter WMU-Alston 16 pass from Lester (Selent kick) 6:47 WMU-Selent 31field goal, 00:37 Second Quarter WMU-Sanford 1 run (Selent kick) 10:48 WMU-Selent 32 field goal, 00:00 Third Quarter WMU- Selent 36 field goal, 8:34 MAR-Poole 38 pass from Pennington (Malashevich kick) 5:56 MAR-Chapman 24 run (Pennington pass failed) 3:37 MAR-Williams 16 pass from Pennington (Jenkins kick) 2:13 Fourth Quarter MAR-Chapman 2 run (Jenkins kick) 12:36 WMU-Moreland 4 pass from Lester (Selent kick) 7:20 MAR-Pinkerton 1 pass from Pennington (Jenkins kick) 00:04 Team Statistics First Downs Rushing Attempts-Net Yards Passes Att.-Comp.-Int. Passing Yards Total Offense Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Average Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By-Yards

WMU 30 45-171 41-27-2 282 453 4-0 14-109 4-37.3 37:11 9-17 0-0 3-14

MAR 19 26-114 31-20-1 284 398 2-1 9-95 3-47.7 22:49 5-12 1-3 2-8

Individual Statistics RUSHING WMU: Sanford 32-163; Lester 7-11; MAR: Chapman 17-75; Pennington 7-31. PASSING WMU-Lester 41-27-2-282; MAR: Pennington 31-20-1-284. RECEIVING WMU: Neal 8-105; Moreland 7-56; Zuhl 3-53; Afariogun 3-4; Alston 2-27; MAR: Williams 7-94; Poole 5-86; Chapman 3-39. TACKLES WMU: McDade 7; Evans 7; Niles 6; Nunlee 5; Harig 4; Marshall: Beckett 14; Hodges 11; O’Neal 10; Hines 8; Derricott 7; Toviessi 7; Grace 7; Mercer 6.

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES 2000 Game Recap Marshall 19, WMU 14 (ABC)

2001 Game Recap Toledo 41, Marshall 36 (ESPN2)

Marshall won its fourth consecutive MAC championship by scoring the gamewinning points with just over six minutes left in the fourth quarter. Both teams featured first-year starters at quarterback. The Herd’s Byron Leftwich led his team to a 13-0 halftime lead, largely on a 44-yard scoring pass to Darius Watts with 97 seconds left in the second quarter. J.R. Jenkins booted field goals from 20 and 30 yards for an early 6-0 margin. WMU fought back, scoring with 47 seconds left in the third quarter when Jeff Welsh passed to Steve Neal for a 22-yard touchdown. On its next possession, WMU took its only lead at 14-13 on Welsh’s 41yard TD strike to Josh Bush and Brad Selent’s PAT. Leftwich’s 29-yard TD pass to John Cooper with 6:14 on the clock re-claimed the lead for Marshall. The Broncos chances for victory were thwarted when their next drive stalled at the Marshall 37-yard line with 3:36 on the clock and their last grasp was ended with 1:21 on the clock when Danny Derricott intercepted a Welsh pass attempt.

Chester Taylor provided the heroics as his MAC Championship game record 188 rushing yards paced the Rockets’ comeback from a 23-0 deficit to a 41-36 championship game win. The UT triumph dethroned the four-time defending champion Thundering Herd and gave the Rockets their first MAC title since 1995. Two Byron Leftwich to Denero Marriott touchdown passes boosted the Herd to a 13-0 advantage 7:34 into the game. Franklin Wallace added a 62-yard scoring run and Curtis Head a FG prior to the Rockets’ rally. UT started its comeback with a Tavares Bolden to Carl Ford TD pass from 26 yards with 5:35 left in the first half. Taylor and Antwon McCray added scoring runs for UT, sandwiched around Marriott’s third TD catch for a 29-24 Marshall lead. UT drove the ball and lined up for a field goal, only to have PK Todd France take the snap and run up the middle 16 yards for UT’s first lead with 1:09 left in the third quarter. Marshall fought back and took a 36-35 margin at 11:56 left in the fourth quarter. Following an exchange of punts, Toledo’s next drive resulted in an eight-yard TD run by Taylor for the game winning points.

Game Summary

Game Summary 1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Final

3 0

10 0

0 7

6 7

19 14

Marshall WMU

Scoring

Marshall Toledo

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Final

20 0

3 10

6 25

7 6

36 41

Scoring First Quarter MAR-Marriott 14 pass from Leftwich (Head kick) 11:03

First Quarter MAR-Jenkins 20 field goal, 9:41

MAR-Marriott 15 pass from Leftwich,(Head kick failed) 8:26 MAR-Wallace 62 run (Head kick) 6:30

Second Quarter MAR-Jenkins 30 field goal, 4:51

Second Quarter MAR-Head 28 field goal, 14:57

MAR-Watts 44 pass from Leftwich (Jenkins kick) 1:37 Third Quarter WMU-Neal 22 pass from Welsh (Selent kick) 00:47

UT-Ford 26 pass from Bolden (France kick) 5:35

Fourth Quarter WMU-Bush 41 pass from Welsh (Selent kick) 12:52

Third Quarter UT-Taylor 17 run (France kick) 11:19

MAR-Cooper 29 pass from Leftwich (Leftwich pass failed) 6:14

MAR-Marriott 68 pass from Leftwich (Leftwich pass failed) 11:05

Team Statistics First Downs Rushing Attempts-Net Yards

MAR 23

UT-France 23 field goal, 1:44

WMU 18

UT-McCray 5 run (France kick) 9:38 UT-France 16 run (Bolden rush) 4:28 UT-France 28 field goal, 1:09

31-70

32-86

45-29-0

34-23-1

Passing Yards

358

264

Fourth Quarter MAR-Marriott 18 pass from Leftwich (Head kick) 11:56

Total Offense

428

350

UT-Taylor 8 run (Bolden pass failed) 6:34

Fumbles-Lost

3-1

3-1

Penalties-Yards

6-30

3-15

Punts-Average

Passes Att.-Comp.-Int.

6-37.2

6-35.2

Time of Possession

31:13

28:47

Third Down Conversions

8-17

3-14

Fourth Down Conversions

0-0

1-3

Sacks By-Yards

3-10

1-9

Individual Statistics RUSHING MAR: Wallace 19-79; WMU: Sanford 19-67. PASSING MAR: Leftwich 45-29-0-358; WMU: Welsh 34-23-1-264. RECEIVING MAR: Poole 7-58; Foye 6-74; Watts 4-94; Washington 4-29; Cooper 3-63; WMU: Neal 10-93; Alston 4-32; Bush 3-58; Afariogun 2-51. TACKLES MAR: Owens 10; Hines 9; Miller 9; Hodges 7; Crocker 7; WMU: Lewis 11; Brown 9; Evens 8; Babin 6; Ballard 5; Soldano 5.

Team Statistics First Downs Rushing Attempts-Net Yards Passes Att.-Comp.-Int. Passing Yards Total Offense Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Punts-Average Time of Possession Third Down Conversions Fourth Down Conversions Sacks By-Yards

MAR 28 21-120 52-32-1 421 541 2-2 6-50 3-63.0 26:26 6-14 1-2

UT 25 56-288 25-16-0 175 463 2-1 6-41 3-48.7 33:34 7-16 2-3

1-13

2-16

Individual Statistics RUSHING MAR: Wallace 12-99; Carey 4-22; UT: Taylor 32-188; McCray 14-80; France 1-16. PASSING MAR: Leftwich 52-32-1-421; UT: Bolden 25-16-0-175. RECEIVING MAR: Marriott 10-179; Watts 9-101; Davis 5-74; Wallace 4-15; UT: Greene 7-45; Taylor 4-64; Ford 3-43. TACKLES MAR: Yates 14; Tarpley 9; Smith 8; Street 8; Owens 8; Crocker 7; Terrell 6; Washington 5; Satterwhite 5; UT: Ward 10; Morris 7; Boyd 7; Gardner 6; Hefflin 6; Daniels 6; Anderson 5.

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES 2002 Game Recap – Marshall 49, Toledo 45 (ESPN2)

2003 Game Recap – Miami 49, Bowling Green 27 (ESPN2)

Another down-to-the-wire game had football fans on the edge of their seats until the last play of the game – a Toledo pass broken up in the end zone as time expired. Marshall jumped to a first-quarter 14-0 lead and had a 28-17 margin at halftime. Toledo kept it close and grabbed its first lead at 39-35 with 9:59 left in the fourth quarter. The teams again traded touchdowns for a 45-42 Rocket lead at the 3:24 mark. Marshall responded with a 6-play, 73-yard drive that took just 49 seconds and culminated in a Byron Leftwich to Darius Watts 40-yard scoring strike. Leftwich completed a championship game-record 76.2% (32-of-42) of his pass attempts for 404 yards and four touchdowns. UT’s Trinity Dawson rushed for a title game record four touchdowns (37, 2, 10 and 2 yards) and 130 yards on 21 attempts. The Rockets’ rushing attack produced six touchdowns, another title game record.

In the first MAC Championship game played on grass, Miami quarterback Ben Roethlisberger continued his mastery with a game record 440 passing yards, completing 26-of-35 pass attempts with four of his aerials resulting in touchdowns. His counterpart, Falcon signalcaller Josh Harris, performed very well also, passing for 260 yards and two touchdowns and rushing for a gamehigh 83 yards and a score. Three touchdowns in the final nine minutes of the third quarter gave the RedHawks a 42-20 advantage following a tight first half. Miami became the first road team to emerge victorious in the league title game. The 22-point margin of victory and 576 yards of total offense by Miami also set championship game records.

Game Summary

Game Summary

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Final

0 14

17 14

15 7

13 14

45 49

Toledo Marshall

Scoring

2nd

3rd

4th

Final

7 7

14 10

21 3

7 7

49 27

Scoring

First Quarter MAR-Marriott 12 pass from Leftwich (Head kick) 11:26

First Quarter BG-Harris 6 run (Suisham kick) 11:46

MAR-Wallace 1 run (Head kick) 3:57

MIA-Robinson 53 pass from Roethlisberger (Parseghian kick) 9:46

Second Quarter UT-Dawson 37 run (Robbins kick) 13:19

Second Quarter BG-Sharon 7 pass from Harris, Suisham kick, 10:45

UT-Robbins 37 field goal, 7:45

MIA-Brandt 21 pass from Roethlisberger (Parseghian kick) 8:56

MAR-Carey 9 run (Head kick) 5:24

MIA-Larkin 16 pass from Roethlisberger (Parseghian kick) 4:36

MAR-Smith 36 fumble recovery (Head kick) 3:02

BG-Suisham 42 field goal, 00:00

UT-Martin 1 run (Robbins kick) 00:11

Third Quarter MU-Murray 1 run, Parseghian kick, 9:00

Third Quarter UT-Dawson 2 run (Jones pass from Jones), 13:18

MU-Smith 13 run, Parseghian kick (4:57)

UT-Dawson 10 run (Robbins kick) 4:08

BG-Suisham 29 field goal, 2:39

MAR-Marriott 28 pass from Leftwich (Head kick) 2:47

MU-Murray 55 pass from Roethlisberger (Parseghian kick) 00:17

Fourth Quarter UT-Dawson 2 run (Robbins kick) 9:59

Fourth Quarter MU-Smith 8 run (Parseghian kick) 14:02

MAR-Watts 16 pass from Leftwich (Head kick) 7:51

BG-Jarrett 3 pass from Harris (Suisham kick) 5:17

UT-Jones 1 run (Robbins kick failed (Head kick) 00:49 Team Statistics First Downs Rushing Attempts-Net Yards

UT 22

MAR 20

47-217

18-46

Team Statistics First Downs

MIA 25

Rushing Attempts-Net Yards Passes Att.-Comp.-Int.

BG 23

31-136

35-142

35-26-0

49-30-1

37-23-1

42-32-1

Passing Yards

440

260

Passing Yards

221

404

Total Offense

576

402

Total Offense

438

450

Fumbles-Lost

0-0

2-2

Fumbles-Lost

2-1

2-2

Penalties-Yards

5-44

5-53

Punts-Average

3-22.0

3-28.3

30:57

29:03

Third Down Conversions

6-11

7-15

Fourth Down Conversions

0-1

1-4

Sacks By-Yards

1-9

0-0

Passes Att.-Comp.-Int.

Penalties-Yards

5-42

7-60

Punts-Average

4-39.0

4-31.5

32:00

26:07

Time of Possession Third Down Conversions

5-15

4-9

Fourth Down Conversions

2-5

1-1

Sacks By-Yards

0-0

1-12

Individual Statistics RUSHING UT: Dawson 21-130; Martin 17-75; Marshall: Carey 9-37; Wallace 7-19. PASSING UT: Jones 36-23-1-221; Marshall: Leftwich 42-32-1-404. RECEIVING UT: Greene 6-59; Ford 5-50; Johnson 3-32; Dawson 3-9; Marshall: Watts 9-135; Marriott 7-87; Davis 6-99; Wallace 4-24; Carey 3-31. TACKLES UT: Dodrill 11; Anderson 7; Hefflin 7; Body 6; Jackson 6; Ward 6; Marshall: Satterwhite 13; Tynes 12; Tarpley 12; Martin 9; Goddard 8; Smith 8; Terrell 6; Crocker 6; Brown 5.

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Miami BGSU

Time of Possession

Individual Statistics RUSHING MIA: Murray 16-80; Smith 12-44; BG: Harris 18-83; Pope 9-22; Lane 4-16. PASSING MIA: Roethlisberger 35-26-0-440; BG: Harris 49-30-1-260. RECEIVING MIA: Larkin 7-91; Nance 5-71; Murray 4-83; Robinson 2-97; Corbin 2-40; BG: Pope 8-59; Sanders 5-45; Magner 5-37; Sharon 4-60. TACKLES MIA: Busing 9; Rehage 9; Redd 7; Jones 6; Smith 6; Nande 5; BG: Morton 11; Newson 6; Carswell 6; Burkes 5.

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES 2004 Game Recap – Toledo 35, Miami 27 (ESPN 2)

2005 Game Recap – Akron 31, Northern Illinois 30 (ESPN 2)

In the first MAC Championship played at Ford Field in Detroit, MI, Toledo quarterback Bruce Gradkowski went 18-of-24 for 251 yards, threw three of his four touchdown passes to Lance Moore, leading Toledo to a 35-27 win over Miami. It’s the fourth year in a row, that a quarterback threw four TDs in the MAC title game. Moore had five receptions for 118 yards and caught three touchdown passes for the third time in his career. The Rockets trailed 14-7 at halftime and rallied with three TDs in the third quarter. Toledo went ahead 35-20 early in the fourth on Moore’s third score. Miami pulled within eight points when Josh Betts followed up a 57-yard pass to Michael Larkin with a 13-yard TD pass to Josh Williams with 4:13 left. Toledo sealed the win with two third-down conversions on the final drive. Betts finished the game 20-of-33 for 304 yards with three TDs and two interceptions. Larkin had nine receptions for 131 yards and a score. Toledo took the lead for good when Keon Jackson returned a Betts pass attempt 31 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter. Jackson’s pick was the first interception ever returned for a score in a MAC Championship game.

Game Summary 1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Final

7 14

0 0

21 6

7 7

35 27

Toledo Miami

Akron junior quarterback Luke Getsy found senior wide receiver Domenik Hixon on a 36-yard touchdown pass with 10 seconds left and senior placekicker Jason Swiger hit the game — winning extra point to give the Zips their first ever MAC Championship title, 31-30. Getsy was named East Division Player of the Game after completing 30-of-50 passes for 413 yards and one touchdown. Hixon finished the game with 8 receptions for 144 yards and the game-winning touchdown. NIU junior running back Garrett Wolfe finished the game with a MAC championship game record 270 rushing yards. Wolfe topped Toledo’s Chester Taylor, who rushed for 188 yards in 2001. In addition, Wolfe rushed for more yards than anyone has in a Division I conference championship game. Only two other running backs have topped the 200-yard mark as Kansas State’s Darren Sproles rushed for 235 yards against Oklahoma in the 2003 Big 12 championship game and LSU’s Justin Vincent rushed for 201 yards against Georgia in the 2003 SEC championship. Wolfe was named West Division Player of the Game for his outstanding performance. Akron senior nose guard Kiki Gonzalez made a key play when he blocked a 49-yard Chris Nendick field goal attempt with 4:42 to go in the first quarter. The block set up a 3-yard rushing touchdown by freshman running back Dennis Kennedy that gave the Zips an early 10-0 lead. Down 24-10 at the start of the fourth quarter, Akron’s game winning drive started with 1:41 and covered 81 yards. It marked the seventh time in nine championship games that the margin has been decided by eight points or less.

Game Summary

Scoring

Akron NIU

FIRST QUARTER UT – Odom 33 pass from Gradkowski (Robbins kick) 10:54

Scoring

MIA – Clemens 6 run (Parseghian kick) 8:13 MIA – Larkin 3 pass from Betts (Soderquist kick) 1:43 THIRD QUARTER UT – Moore 22 pass from Gradkowski (Robbins kick) 7:31 UT – Jackson 31 interception return (Robbins kick) 5:54 MIA – R.Busing 8 pass from Betts (Parseghian kick blocked) 3:32 UT – Moore 28 pass from Gradkowski (Robbins kick) 00:22 FOURTH QUARTER UT - Moore 29 pass from Gradkowski (Robbins kick) 11:54 MIA – Williams 13 pass from Betts (Soderquist kick) 4:13 TEAM STATISTICS First Downs

UT 21

MIA 19

Rushing Attempts–Net Yards

46-186

28-58

Passes Att.- Comp. – Int.

25-18-1

33-20-2

Passing Yards

251

304

Total Offense

437

362

3-43.0

5-44.2

Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost. Penalties-Yards Possession Time

1-0

0-0

4-21

3-15

33:15

26:45

Third-Down Conversions

7 of 16

5 of 12

Fourth-Down Conversions

2 of 4

0 of 1

Red-Zone Scores-Chances

0 of 1

4 of 4

Sacks By: Number-Yards

3-22

1-1

Individual Statistics RUSHING UT: McDougle 35-167; Gradkowski 5-11; Parmele 2-10; MIA: Clemens 20-69 PASSING UT: Gradkowski 24-18-1-251; Council 1-0-0-0; MIA: Betts 33-20-2-304 RECEIVING UT: Odom 6-78; Moore 5-118; McDougle 4-23; Holmes 3-32; MIA: Larkin 9-131; Williams 4-78; Robinson 2-51; Tyler 2-13; Kirkpatrick 1-12; Corbin 1-11; Busing 1-8 TACKLES UT: Thomas 9; Jackson 8; Body 7; Malone 6; Alston 5; Jordan 5; MIA: Pusateri 15; Busing 9; Nande 8; Rehage 8; Burke 5

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10 0

2nd

0 10

3rd

0 14

4th

21 6

Final

31 30

FIRST QUARTER UA - Swiger 47 field goal, 11:54 UA – Kennedy 3 run (Swiger kick), 2:55 Second Quarter NIU – Wolfe 1 run (Nendick kick), 11:14 NIU - Nendick 21 field goal, 2:21 THIRD QUARTER NIU - Wolfe 11 run (Nendick kick), 5:03 NIU - Hurd 19 pass from Nicholson (Nendick kick), 1:43 FOURTH QUARTER UA - Biggs run (Swiger kick), 13:53 NIU – Nendick 52 field goal, 10:49 UA – Getsy 7 run (Swiger kick), 7:35 NIU - Nendick 46 field goal, 3:28 UA – Hixon 36 pass from Getsy (Swiger kick), :10 TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushing Attemps-Net Yards Passes Att-Comp-Int Passing Yards Total Offense Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost. Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

UA 27 32-105 52-30-1 413 518 5-38.0 1-1 8-70 26:56 6 of 14 1 of 1 3-3 3-27

NIU 19 52-250 17-7-0 110 360 5-46.6 0-0 3-10 33:04 6 of 15 0 of 0 4-4 2-16

Individual Statistics RUSHING UA: Biggs 20-70; Hixon 1-20; Kennedy 3-8; NIU: Wolfe 42-270; Davis 4-10. PASSING UA: Getsy, 30-50-1-413; NIU: Nicholson, 7-17-0-110 RECEIVING UA: Hixon 8-144; Kasparek 6-81; Montgomery 6-69; Biggs 4-53; Long 3-20; Arthur 2-26; Kennedy 1-20; NIU: Davis 2-41; Hurd 2-26; Nordin 2-22; Raleigh 1-21 TACKLES UA: Rohr 9; Mackey 9; Stokes 8; NIU: Smith 11; Hansbro 10; Blalark 9

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES 2006 Game Recap – Central Michigan 31, Ohio 14 (ESPN)

2007 Game Recap – Central Michigan 35, Miami 10 (ESPN)

Central Michigan won its first MAC Championship since 1994 with a fourth-quarter blitz highlighted by a 96-yard touchdown run by Ontario Sneed. Sneed's lengthy dash confirmed the Chippewas dominance in the game and set a championship game record.

Central Michigan captured its second consecutive MAC Championship game with a solid 35-10 triumph over Miami. Led by Dan LeFevour’s 170 rushing yards and 185 passing yards, the Chippewas put the game away with three fourthquarter touchdowns.

MAC Freshman of the Year, CMU quarterback Dan LeFevour, completed 22of-30 attempts for 314 yards and three scores, including a 71-yard hookup with Damien Linson that snapped a 7-7 second quarter tie and gave CMU the lead for good. Linson grabbed seven balls for 191 yards. Linson's 191 receiving yards and 27.3 yards per reception set championship game records.

The Chippewas averaged 6.1 yards per rush, the best ground performance in MAC Championship Game history. Four of the five CMU touchdowns came via the ground with two of those from outside the red zone (21 and 28 yards, both by LeFevour).

It was a game the matched up the league's top scoring offense (CMU 29 ppg) and scoring defense (OU 18 ppg allowed). Ohio starting QB Austen Everson left the game early with an injury and was limited to five pass attempts. Linson grabbed MVP honors for CMU. Ohio defensive lineman Jameson Hartke was tabbed the Bobcats' MVP for his two sacks and four tackles for a loss. Hartke's 30 yards in tackles for a loss set a championship game record. Both teams were playing in their first ever MAC Championship game.

Game Summary 1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Final

7 0

10 7

0 3

14 0

31 10

CMU Ohio

Scoring FIRST QUARTER CMU – Cetoute 6 pass from LeFevour (Albreski kick) 7:10 SECOND QUARTER OU – McRae 2 run (Lasher kick) 11:10 CMU – Linson 71 pass from LeFevour (Albreski kick ) 9:56 CMU – Albreski 27 field goal, 3:04

CMU 17 21-143

39-87

30-22-1

27-17-1

314

137

457

224

5-36.6

7-44.1

0-0

2-1

2-20

4-35

Penalties-Yards Possession Time

23:54

36:06

Third-Down Conversions

2 of 9

5 of 15

Fourth-Down Conversions

0 of 0

1 of 1

Red-Zone Scores-Chances

3 of 4

2 of 2

Sacks By: Number-Yards

4-34

4-34

Individual Statistics RUSHING CMU-Sneed 9-130; OU-McRae 20-76. PASSING CMU: LeFevour 30-22-1-314; OU-Bower 19-13-2-122; Everson 5-3-0-14 RECEIVING CMU-Linson 7-191; Anderson 6-70; Cetoute 6-41; OU-Sylvan 4-11; Garrett 3-39 TACKLES CMU-Droscha 10, Ogle 8, Keith 8; Kress 8; Lapsley 7; OU-Parson 6; Mitchell 6; Hartke 5; Wright 5.

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2nd

3rd

4th

0 7

0 0

3 7

7 21

Miami CMU

Final

10 35

Scoring FIRST QUARTER CMU – Poblah 3 pass from LeFevour (Aguila kick) 1:28 THIRD QUARTER MIA - N. Parseghian 38 FG 6:23

CMU - LeFevour 28 run (Aguila kick) 4:48 OU 16

Total Offense Fumbles-Lost.

Game Summary

MIA - Robinson 12 pass from Raudabaugh (N. Parseghian kick) 9:09

Passing Yards Punts (Number-Avg)

LeFevour became the second quarterback to win back-to-back MAC Championships (Chad Pennington, Marshall – 1997-99).

CMU – Sneed 7 run (Aguila kick) 7:10

CMU – Sneed 96 run (Albreski kick) 6:07

Passes Att.- Comp. – Int.

LeFevour was named CMU’s MVP while Miami LB Clayton Mullins nabeed honors for the RedHawks. Mullins was credited with 14 tackles, one shy of the championship game record.

FOURTH QUARTER CMU – Sneed 1 run (Aguila kick) 12:43

FOURTH QUARTER CMU – Sneed 4 pass from Linson (Albreski kick) 13:03

Rushing Attempts–Net Yards

The CMU defense had eight tackles for a loss and held Miami to just 52 net rushing yards on 25 attempts.

CMU - LeFevour 21 run (Aguila kick) 5:03

THIRD QUARTER OU – Lasher 33 field goal, 7:36

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs

The RedHawk defense was sturdy, allowing just seven first-half points to the league’s top scoring offense. The Miami offense, however, never got into the end zone until mid way through the fourth quarter.

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs

MIA 19

Rushing Attempts–Net Yards Passes Att.- Comp. – Int.

CMU 23

25-52

44-267

50-29-2

34-24-2

Passing Yards

254

185

Total Offense

306

452

5-45.4

4-35.8

Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost. Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions

1-0

0-0

3-20

6-54

31:01

28:59

7 of 18

9 of 14

Fourth-Down Conversions

1 of 3

0 of 1

Red-Zone Scores-Chances

2 of 3

3 of 4

2-17

1-6

Sacks By: Number-Yards

Individual Statistics RUSHING MIA: Raudabaugh 4-21, Jones 10-19; CMU-LeFevour 20-170, Sneed 17-67, A. Brown 1-23. PASSING MIA: Raudabaugh 50-29-2-254; CMU: LeFevour 34-24-2-185. RECEIVING MIA: Harris 6-41, Robinson 4-51; CMU-A. Brown 6-30, Anderson 5-34. TACKLES MIA: Mullins 14, Hudson 9, Botic 9, Thompson 9; CMU-West 10, Fraser 10, Keith 10, I. Brown 9.

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES 2008 Game Recap – Buffalo 42, Ball State 24 (ESPN2)

2009 Game Recap – Central Michigan 20, Ohio 10 (ESPN2)

In less than a four-minute span, Buffalo returned two Ball State fumbles for touchdowns, grabbing the lead and momentum as the Bulls stunned the No. 12 ranked and preivously undefeated Cardinals.

Dan LeFevour had a pair of record-breaking touchdown passes in the first half and Central Michigan beat Ohio 20-10 for the Mid-American Conference championship.

The 12-0 Cardinals were leading 17-14 late in the third quarter when Mike Newton returned a Nate Davis fumble (forced on a hit by Josh Thomas) 92 yards for a 21-17 UB lead. Just minutes later Sherrod Lott scooped up an errant snap and rambled 74 yards for a 28-17 Bulls’ margin. Ball State never recovered as the Bulls went on to claim their first-ever MAC football championship.

LeFevour set a major college football mark for combined touchdowns passing, rushing and receiving in the first quarter with his 147th. He threw for another score late in the first half to break Chad Pennington’s MAC record and give the Chippewas a 17-7 lead.

UB forced and recovered four fumbles by the Cardinals and also had an interception by Domonic Cook for five takeaways. Ball State came into the game with +11 turnovers on the season and had lost only four total fumbles in its 12 game regular season.

Game Summary 1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Final

0 7

10 0

7 21

7 14

24 42

Ball State Buffalo

Scoring

Central Michigan held on to win the conference title for the third time in four years and MAC-best seventh since 1975. LeFevour was 28 of 39 for 255 yards with two TDs and an interception. The shifty senior also ran for 51 yards. Theo Scott was 10 of 23 for 138 yards for the Frank Solich-led Bobcats, who had a chance to win their first MAC title since 1968. Terrence McCrae had seven receptions for 141 yards and caught a 29-yard pass from wide receiver Taylor Price on a trick play that pulled Ohio within three late in the first half. Ohio’s Noah Keller had 16 tackles, setting a MAC championship game record.

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2nd

3rd

4th

Final

7 10

0 7

3 3

0 0

10 20

Ohio CMU

FIRST QUARTER UB – Roosevelt 2 pass from Willy (Principe kick) 1:58 SECOND QUARTER BSU – M. Lewis 4 run (McGarvey kick) 7:49

Scoring FIRST QUARTER CMU – Wilson 14 pass from LeFevour (Aguila kick) 5:22

BSU – McGarvey 47 FB 0:00 THIRD QUARTER UB – Roosevelt 39 pass from Willy (Principe kick) 11:24

CMU – Aguila 25 FG 1:26 OU – McCrae 29 pass from Price (Weller kick) 0:04

BSU – M. Lewis 1 run (McGarvey kick) 8:07

SECOND QUARTER CMU – Anderson 8 pass from LeFevour (Aguila kick) 0:17

UB – Newton 92 fumble return (Principe kick) 3:52 UB – Lott 74 fumble return (Principe kick) 0:19

THIRD QUARTER CMU – Aguila 19 FG 9:01

FOURTH QUARTER UB – Roosevelt 8 pass from Willy (Principe kick) 6:06 BSU – L. Johnson 22 pass from Davis (McGarvey kick) 4:17

OU – Weller 36 FG 5:36

UB – Starks 1 run (Principe kick) 2:53 TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushing Attempts–Net Yards

BSU 30

UB 18

41-152

26-95

48-31-1

29-19-0

Passing Yards

351

206

Total Offense

503

301

4-38.5

5-43.2

4-4

2-2

Passes Att.- Comp. – Int.

Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost. Penalties-Yards

6-45

5-40

Possession Time

34:18

25:42

Third-Down Conversions

7 of 16

3 of 9

Fourth-Down Conversions

1 of 3

0 of 0

Red-Zone Scores-Chances

2 of 4

3 of 3

1-8

1-10

Sacks By: Number-Yards

Individual Statistics RUSHING BSU: M. Lewis 30-131, Davis 8-36; UB-Starks 19-81, Thermilus 5-24 PASSING BSU: Davis 48-31-1-351; UB Willy 28-19-0-206 RECEIVING BSU-Orsbon 13-141; Lewis 9-77, D. Hill 4-80, Johnson 3-32, Ifft 1-14, Grant 1-7; UBRoosevelt 10-116, Starks 4-45, Hamlin 3-29, Rice 1-10, Thermilus 1-6. TACKLES BSU-B.J. Hill 7, Haines 6, T. Lewis 4, Knipp 4; UB-Shannon 9, Newton 9, Akobundu 8,

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Ohio 16

CMU 28

Rushing Attempts–Net Yards

29-108

41-126

Passes Att.- Comp. – Int.

27-11-0

39-28-1

Passing Yards

167

255

Total Offense

275

381

4-35.2

3-35.0

Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost. Penalties-Yards Possession Time

1-1

0-0

6-60

9-80

23:18

36:42

4 of 13

10 of 17

Fourth-Down Conversions

1 of 2

0 of 0

Red-Zone Scores-Chances

1 of 2

4 of 6

Sacks By: Number-Yards

2-16

3-25

Third-Down Conversions

Individual Statistics RUSHING CMU: Schroeder 16-72, LeFevour 17-51; OU: Garrett 8-42, Scott 9-36. PASSING CMU: LeFevour 38-29-1-255; OU: Scott 23-10-0-138, Price 1-1-0-29, Tettleton 0-3-0-0. RECEIVING CMU: Brown 8-66, Anderson 7-54, Schroeder 5-53, Poblah 4-44, Wilson 3-27, Blackburn 1-11; OU: McCrae 7-141, Brazill 1-19, Goulet 1-5, Price 1-2, Garrett 1-0. TACKLES CMU: Berning 11, Edwards 6, Bellore 6, Seay 5; OU: Keller 16, Renfro 12, Moore 9, Tafua 7.

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES 2010 Game Recap – Miami 26, Northern Illinois 21 (ESPN2)

2011 Game Recap – Northern Illinois 23, Ohio 20 (ESPN2)

Austin Boucher threw a touchdown pass to Armand Robinson with 33 seconds left and Miami (Ohio) won the Mid-American Conference championship with a 26-21 victory over No. 24 Northern Illinois on Friday night.

Mathew Sims kicked a 33-yard field goal on the final play to cap a furious comeback that gave Northern Illinois a 23-20 victory over Ohio in the Mid-American Conference title game Friday. The win marked the first time the Huskies have won the MAC title since 1983.

The RedHawks (8-4) won the MAC for the first time since 2003 and their conferencebest 15th title overall a season after they finished 1-11.

Ohio opened the scoring following interceptions on the first drive’s for both teams. Following a Noah Keller interception off Chandler Harnish, Matt Weller knocked a 30-yard field goal to give the Bobcats an early 3-0 advantage. The Bobcats extended their lead to 10-0 with some trickery. With backup quarterback Phil Bates lined up as a receiver, Tettleton took the snap and flipped it to LaVon Brazill. Brazill then reversed it to Bates who found Donte Foster for the easy 24-yard touchdown.

Boucher, a freshman making his third start of the season, finished the game 29 for 46 for 333 yards. The decisive touchdown came six plays after the RedHawks forced Northern Illinois to punt from its end zone. The Huskies drove past midfield in the closing seconds, but the RedHawks’ sideline emptied after Chandler Harnish was sacked as time expired. Harnish threw three touchdowns for the Huskies (10-3), who had won eight in a row. Trailing 14-13 at halftime, Miami went on top early in the half when Thomas Merriweather scored the second of his two touchdowns rushing. The Redhawks reached the Huskies’ 1-yard line after recovering a fumble but came up empty when a fake field-goal failed. Willie Clark caught a 39-yard touchdown pass on the first play of the fourth quarter to give Northern Illinois a lead that lasted until the final minute. The RedHawks got the game’s first touchdown when Merriweather ran in from a yard out but the kick was blocked by Mike Krause. The Huskies answered with a 69-yard TD catch by Martel Moore. Miami retook the lead with Tracy Woods’ 7-yard touchdown late in the first but fell behind minutes later when Moore caught a 27-yard score from Harnish.

Matt Weller opened the Bobcats lead to 13-0 with his second field goal of the game, from 21 yards out. The key play of the drive was a long 19 yard run by Donte Harden to give the Bobcats a first-and-goal at the NIU 5 yard line and set up the eventual Weller field goal. Off a turnover, Ohio marched right down the field and following a 16 yard completion to Mario Dovell, Tettleton capped off yet another drive. With pressure coming from the right end, Tettleton scrambled up the middle bouncing off defenders and diving into the endzone with 2:35 remaining to open up a 20-0 halftime lead. Chandler Harnish finally got the Huskies on the scoreboard with 6:19 remaining in the third quarter, capped off by a 39 yard touchdown strike from Harnish to Nathan Palmer for a 20-7 deficit. Halfway through the fourth quarter, Harnish found wide receiver Martel Moore inside the five yard line. Moore was able to spin off a defender and lunge into the end zone to cut into the Bobcat lead. A missed extra point by Sims kept it a 20-13 game. Palmer was on the receiving end of his second touchdown pass from Harnish with 2:52 left in the game. Harnish orchestrated a 6 play, 1:44 drive that allowed Sims to even the score with the extra point at 20-20.

Huskies tailback Chad Spann, the MAC’s rushing leader, finished with 54 yards on 17 tries. Moore had 110 yards on four catches.

A three-and-out by the Bobcats gave the ball back to Harnish and the Huskies with 1:18 left at their own 36. On the first play, Harnish found Perez Ashford for 27 yards along the sideline. Harnish then found Moore across the middle for 15 yards getting the Huskies into field goal range. After Hopkins rushed the ball to the middle of the hashes, Mathew Sims kick curled just inside the left upright and gave the Huskies the 23-20 victory. The Huskies 20 point comeback is the largest in MAC Championship history since 1999, when Marshall came back from 23 down in the third quarter.

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Game Summary

Robinson tied a Miami record with 14 catches for 176 yards and Merriweather ended the night with 85 yards on 11 carries.

NIU Miami

1st

14 13

2nd

0 0

3rd

0 7

4th

7 6

Final

21 26

Scoring FIRST QUARTER MIA – T. Merriweather 1 yd run (Cook kick blocked) 8:02 NIU – M. Moore 69 yd pass from Harnish (Cklamovski kick) 6:33 MIA -- T. Woods 7 yd run (Cook kick) 3:46 NIU – M. Moore 27 yd pass from Harnish (Cklamovski kick) 1:17

Ohio NIU

1st

10 0

2nd

10 0

3rd

0 7

4th

0 16

Final

20 23

Scoring FIRST QUARTER Ohio – Weller, Matt 30 yd field goal 1o:33 Ohio– Foster, Donte 24 yd pass from Bates, Phil (Weller kick) 4:05 SECOND QUARTER Ohio – Weller, Matt 21 yd field goal 11:03 Ohio - Tettleton, Tyler 18 yd run (Weller kick) 2:35

Third QUARTER MIA – T. Merriweather 1 yd run (Cook kick) 9:52

Third QUARTER NIU – Palmer, Nathan 39 yd pass from Harnish, Chandler (Sims kick) 6:19

FOURTH QUARTER NIU – Clark 39 yd pass from Harnish (Cklamovski kick) 14:54 MIA – Robinson 33 yd pass from Boucher (Boucher drop kick failed) 0:33

FOURTH QUARTER NIU - Moore, Martel 32 yd pass from Harnish, Chandler (Sims kick failed) 7:36 NIU - Palmer, Nathan 22 yd pass from Harnish, Chandler (Sims kick) 2:52 NIU - Sims, Mathew 33 yd field goal 0:00

TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushing Attempts–Net Yards Passes Att.- Comp. – Int. Passing Yards Total Offense Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost. Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

NIU 18 32-92 29-15-0 281 373 6-45.2 2-1 3-15 26:30 6 of 13 0 of 1 0 of 0 5-29

MIA 19 26-99 46-29-0 333 432 6-38.0 0-0 1-5 33:30 6 of 16 2 of 3 3 of 4 3-28

Individual Statistics RUSHING NIU: Spann 17-54, Lynch 5-26, Crider 1-9, Harnish 8-3, ; MIA: Merriweather 11-85-2, Woods 5-26-1, Scherpenberg 1-3, Boucher 9- -15. PASSING NIU: Harnish 28-15-3-281, Lynch 1-0-0-0; MIA: Boucher 46-29-1-333. RECEIVING NIU: Moore 4-110-2, Clark 4-70-1, Palmer 3-56, Schepler 2-22, Ashford 1-13, Cox 1-10; MIA: Robinson 14-176-1, Harwell 5-66, Woods 3-33, Givens 2-38, Cruse 2-9, Paine 2-9. TACKLES NIU: Kube 9, C. Smith 8, Coffman 8; MIA: Wedge 9, Hinkel 8, Stephens 5.

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TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushing Attempts–Net Yards Passes Att.- Comp. – Int. Passing Yards Total Offense Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost. Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

Ohio 21 39-130 32-19-3 242 372 4-34.8 1-0 5-45 33:59 7 of 18 1 of 1 3 of 4 1-10

NIU 19 36-155 26-16-1 250 405 5-39.2 4-3 4-30 26:01 6 of 13 0 of 0 1 of 2 2-16

Individual Statistics RUSHING Ohio: Harden 19-73, Tettleton 18-51-1, Brazil 1-6, Bates 1-0; NIU: Hopkins 11-60, Harnish 13-31, Ashford 1-19, Palmer 4-17, Clark 2-10, Womble 2-10, Daniels 2-6, Lynch 1-2. PASSING Ohio: Tettleton 31-18-0-218, Bates 1-1-1-24; NIU: Harnish 26-16-3-250. RECEIVING Ohio: Brazill 8-124, Dunlop 4-31, Foster 2-30-1, Thompson 2-27, Harden 2-14, Dovell 1-16; NIU: Palmer 4-115-2, Moore 3-59-1, Ashford 3-45, Hopkins 3-8, Brown 2-6, Wells 1-17. TACKLES Ohio: Keller 13, Kristoff 7, Lewis 5, Huynh 5; NIU: Faustin 9, Progar 7, Bass 7, Ward 6.

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES 2012 Game Recap – Northern Illinois 44, Kent State 37 2OT (ESPN2) Northern Illinois won its second consecutive Marathon MAC Football Championship with a thrilling 44-37 win in double overtime over Kent State. In overtime, Kent State took the first possession and kicker Fred Cortez nailed a 33-yard field goal. Northern Illinois had to settle for a Mathew Sims 40-yard field goal to knot the score, 37-37. In the second overtime period, the Huskies scored in two plays as Jordan Lynch scored from six yards for a touchdown for the 44-37 lead. Kent State could not convert on a fourth and eight from the nine-yard line as the Huskies celebrated the victory. Special teams for Kent State made the first big play as Huskies punt returner Angelo Sebastiano fumbled at his 22-yard line and Kent State’s Darius Polk recovered. Three plays later running back Dri Archer ran right for a 15 yard touchdown run for the early 7-0 lead. On the Flashes next possession, Kent State senior kicker Fred Cortez nailed a 37-yard field goal for the early 10-0 lead with 5:06 left in the opening frame. Northern Illinois responded with the next 17 consecutive points. The Huskies scored late in the first quarter with a 14-play, 65 yard drive capped by a 27-yard field goal by Mathew Sims to cut the Flashes lead to 10-3. The Huskies added a touchdown on their next possession as quarterback Jordan Lynch orchestrated a seven play, 89-yard drive capped with a 14-yard touchdown pass to Martel Moore to tie the contest, 10-10. The momentum continued with a one-yard touchdown plunge by Akeem Daniels to give the Huskies their first lead of the night, 17-10, at the 5:53 mark of the second quarter. Kent State opened the second half scoring with a 24-yard field goal by Cortez to cut the Huskies lead to 17-13 with 10:46 in the third quarter. Northern Illinois responded with a one-yard touchdown run by Lynch to extend the lead, 24-13. The Huskes added another Sims field goal from 29 yards to open a 27-13 lead. Kent State rallied late in the fourth quarter with two touchdowns in 15 seconds to tie the game, 27-27, with 4:38 left in the fourth quarter. Quarterback Spencer Keith scored from five-yards with 4:53 left in regulation, then right end Zach Hitchens picked up a fumble and ran 22-yard for a touchdown to tie the game with 4:38 left. The Huskies answered with a scoring drive that took only 1:26 with a nine-yard touchdown run by Lynch to regain a 34-27 lead with 3:12 left in the fourth quarter. The Flashes weren’t finished as Keith found fullback Tim Erjavec for a 19-yard touchdown pass to tie the game, 34-34, with 44 seconds left in regulation.

Game Summary 1st

NIU 3 Kent State 10

2nd

14 0

3rd

10 3

4th

7 21

OT1 OT2

3 3

7 0

Final

37 44

Scoring FIRST QUARTER KSU – Dri Archer 15 yd run (Cortez kick) 8:57 KSU – Freddy Cortez 37 yd field goal 5:06 NIU – Mathew Sims 27 yd field goal 0:14 SECOND QUARTER NIU – Martel Moore 14 yd pass from Jordan Lynch (Sims kick) 11:03 NIU – Akeem Daniels 1 yd run (Sims kick) 5:53 Third QUARTER KSU – Freddy Cortez 24 yd field goal 10:46 NIU – Jordan Lynch 1 yd run (Sims kick) 7:26 NIU – Mathew Sims 29 yd field goal 2:38 FOURTH QUARTER KSU – Spencer Keith 5 yd run (Cortez kick) 4:53 KSU – Zack Hitchens 22 yd fumble recovery (Cortez kick) 4:38 NIU – Jordan Lynch 9 yd run (Sims kick) 3:12 KSU – Tim Erjavec 19 yd pass from Spencer Keith (Cortez kick) 0:44 OVERTIME KSU – Freddy Cortez 33 yd field goal 15:00 NIU – Mathew Sims 40 yd field goal 15:00 NIU – Jordan Lynch 2 yd run (Sims kick) 15:00 TEAM STATISTICS First Downs Rushing Attempts–Net Yards Passes Att.- Comp. – Int. Passing Yards Total Offense Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost. Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

NIU 25 56-312 34-19-1 212 524 4-37.8 2-2 8-62 32:27 10 of 19 2 of 2 7 of 7 4-30

KENT 17 42-70 37-15-2 190 260 5-47.6 1-0 0-0 27:33 8 of 19 0 of 2 6 of 8 4-22

Individual Statistics RUSHING NIU: Lynch 36-160-3, Daniels 17-128-1; KENT: Durham 20-72, Archer 12-15-1, Keith 8- -10-1. PASSING NIU: Lynch 34-19-1-212; KENT: Keith 36-15-1-190. RECEIVING NIU: Daniels 4-67, Moore 4-39-1, Ashford 4-38 KENT: Archer 5-81, Humphrey 3-36. TACKLES NIU: N. Jefferson 9, K. Bishop 8, J. Bass 8; KENT: L. Batton 13, D. Polk 10, S. Saulter 9.

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME RECORDS Team Records

Turnovers

Punting

Points: 49, Marshall, 2002; Miami 2003

Interceptions by Defense: 3, Northern Illinois, 2011

Most Punts: 7, Matt Lasher, OU, 2006

Touchdowns: 7, Marshall, 2002; Miami 2003

Int. Return Yards: 45, Central Michigan, 2007

Yards: 309, Matt Lasher, OU, 2006

Field Goals: 3, Western Michigan, 1999; Akron 2005; Kent State 2012

Touchdowns: 1, Toledo, 2004

Avg. (min. 3): 63.0 (3-for-189) Curtis Head, MAR, 2001

PAT (kicking): 7, Marshall, 2002; Miami 2003

Fumbles: 4, Marshall, 1997; Ball State, 2008; Northern Illinois, 2011

2-Pt. PAT: 1, Toledo, 2001 and 2002

Fumbles Lost: 4, Ball State, 2008

Defensive PAT: None

Fumble Return Yards: 166, Buffalo, 2008

Total Offense Total Offense Yards: 576, Miami, 2003 First Downs: 30, WMU, 1999; BSU, 2008 First Downs by Passing: 20, Akron, 2005 First Downs by Rushing: 14, Northern Illinois, 2012 First Downs by Penalty: 5, Marshall, 1997 Offensive Plays: 90, Northern Illinois, 2012 Time of Possession: 37:11, WMU, 1999

Passing

Fumbles Returned for Touchdowns: 2, Buffalo, 2008

Third Down Conversions Most: 10, Central Michigan, 2009; Northern Illinois, 2012 Best Pct.: .643 (9-of-14) Central Michigan, 2007 Lowest Pct.: .215 (3-of-14) WMU, 2000

Fourth Down Conversions Most: 3, Toledo, 1998 Best Pct.: (min. 2 att.) 1.000 (2-of-2) Northern Illinois, 2012

Passing Attempts: 54, Toledo, 1998

Lowest Pct.: .000 (0-of-4) Toledo, 1997

Passing Yards: 440, Miami, 2003

Sacks By: 5 (-50 yards) Marshall, 1997; 5 (-29 yards) Northern Illinois, 2010

Completions: 32, Marshall, 2001, 2002 Completion Pct. (highest): .762 (32-of-42) Marshall, 2002 Completion Pct. (low): .405 (15-of-37), Kent State, 2012 Int. Pct. (lowest): .000 (0 of 45), Marshall, 2000

Individual Records Rushing Attempts: 42, Garrett Wolfe, NIU, 2005

Passing Touchdowns: 4, Marshall, 2001, 2002; Miami 2003, Toledo 2004

Yards: 270, Garrett Wolfe, NIU, 2005 Avg.: 20-plus attempts: 8.5, Dan LeFevour, CMU, 2007 (20-170); 19-fewer attempts: 14.4 Ontario Sneed, CMU, 2006 (9-130).

Rush Attempts: 56, Toledo, 2001; Northern Illinois, 2012

Touchdowns: 4, Trinity Dawson, UT, 2002

Rush Yards: 312, Northern Illinois, 2012

Longest Run: 96, Ontario Sneed, CMU, 2006.

Yards per Attempt: 6.1, Central Michigan (44-267), 2007 Rushing Touchdowns: 6, Toledo, 2002

Punting/Returns Most Punts: 7, Ohio, 2006 Fewest Punts: 3, Toledo, 1997, 2001 and 2004; Miami and BGSU, 2003; Marshall, 1999; Central Michigan, 2009 Best Average: 63.0 (3-for-189) Marshall, 2001 Most Yards: 309, Ohio, 2006 Punt Returns: 4, Toledo, 2002 Yards: 37, Toledo, 2002 Avg.: 13.5, Toledo, 1997 Touchdowns: None

Kickoff Returns

Punt Returns Most: 3, Lance Moore, UT, 2004; 3, Joshua Bush, WMU, 1999; 3, Donta Greene, UT, 2002; 3, AJ Sabastiano, NIU, 2012 Yards: 35, AJ Sabastiano, NIU, 2012 Avg. (min 2): 13.5 (2-for-27) Randy Moss, MAR, 1997 Longest Ret.: 30, AJ Sabastiano, NIU, 2012 Touchdowns: None

Kickoff Returns Most: 7, B.J. Hill, Ball State, 2008 Yards: 189, B.J. Hill, Ball State, 2008 Avg. (Min. 2): 35.0 (2-for-70), James Williams, MAR, 1998 Longest Ret.: 45, Eric Adeyami, KSU, 2012 Touchdowns: None

Int. Pct. (highest): .080 (2-of-25), Miami, 2004

Rushing

Long Punt: 75, Curtis Head, MAR, 2001

Passing Attempts: 54, Chris Wallace, UT, 1998 Completions: 32, Byron Leftwich, MAR, 2001, 2002

Interceptions Most: 1, on 31 occasions Yards: 36, Eric Fraser, Central Michigan, 2007 Longest: 36, Eric Fraser, Central Michigan, 2007 Touchdowns: 1, Keon Jackson, UT, 2004

Field Goals Field Goals: 3, Brad Selent, WMU, 1999; Chris Nendick, NIU, 2005; Mathew Sims, NIU, 2012; Freddy Cortez, Kent State, 2012 Field Goal Attempts: 4, Chris Nendick, NIU, 2005 Longest FG: 52, Chris Nendick, NIU, 2005

Total Defense

Yards: 440, Ben Roethlisberger, MIA, 2003

Tackles: 16, Noah Keller, Ohio, 2009

Touchdowns: 4, Bruce Gradkowski, UT, 2004; Byron Leftwich, MAR, 2001, 2002; Ben Roethlisberger, MIA, 2003

Tackles for a loss: 4, Girardie Mercer, MAR, 1999

Int. Pct. (lowest): .000 (0 in 45 att.) Byron Leftwich, MAR, 2000; .000 (0 in 46 att.) Austin Boucher, MIA, 2010; .000 (0 in 28 att.) Chandler Harnish, NIU, 2010 Completion Pct.: .762 (32-of-42) Byron Leftwich, MAR, 2002 Longest Pass: 86, Chad Pennington to Randy Moss, MAR, 1997

Receptions

Kickoff Returns: 8, BGSU, 2003

Most: 14, Armand Robinson, Miami, 2010

Yards: 192, BGSU, 2003

Yards: 191 (7 rec.) Damien Linson, CMU, 2006

Avg. (min. 3): 27.0 (7 for 189) Ball State 2008

Touchdowns: 4, Denero Marriott, MAR, 2001

Touchdowns: None

Longest Rec.: 86, Randy Moss from Chad Pennington, MAR, 1997

QB Sacks: 2, Jake Coffman, NIU, 2010; Mike Alston, UT, 2004; B.J. Cohen, MAR, 1997; John Grace, MAR, 1999; Jason Hartke, OU, 2006 Total Yards for a Loss: 30, Jason Hartke, OU, 2006 Pass Breakups: 4, B.J. Summers, MAR, 1997

Attendance Attendance (Campus Site): 28,085, 1998 at Huntington, WV Attendance (Neutral Site): 25,483, 2006 at Detroit, Mich.

Yards Per Rec.: (min. 4 rec.): 28.7 (4-for-115) Nathan Palmer, NIU, 2011

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME TEAM RECORDS Points 49, Miami, 2003 49, Marshall, 2002 45, Toledo, 2002 44, Northern Illinois, 2012 42, Buffalo, 2008 41, Toledo, 2001 37, Kent State, 2012 36, Marshall, 2001 35, Toledo, 2004 35, Central Michigan, 2007 34, Marshall, 1999 34, Marshall, 1997

Touchdowns 7, Miami, 2003 7, Marshall, 2002 6, Toledo, 2002 6, Buffalo, 2008 5, Marshall, 1999 5, Toledo, 2001 5, Toledo, 2004 5, Central Michigan, 2007 5, Northern Illinois, 2012

Field Goals 3, Western Michigan, 1999 3, Northern Illinois, 2005 3, Northern Illinois, 2012 3, Kent State, 2012

Total Offense Yards 576, Miami, 2003 541, Marshall, 2001 524, Northern Illinois, 2012 518, Akron, 2005 503, Ball State, 2008 463, Toledo, 2001 457, Central Michigan, 2006 453, Western Michigan, 1999 452, Central Michigan, 2007 450, Marshall, 2002 438, Toledo, 2002

First Downs 30, Western Michigan, 1999 28, Central Michigan, 2009 28, Marshall, 2001 27, Akron, 2005 25, Miami, 2003 25, Toledo, 2001 25, Northern Illinois, 2012

First Downs by Passing 20, Akron, 2005 19, Ball State, 2008 18, Miami, 2003 17, Marshall, 2001 17, Marshall, 2000

First Downs by Rushing 15, Toledo, 2001 14, Northern Illinois, 2012 13, Central Michigan, 2007 12, Northern Illinois, 2005 12, Toledo, 2004 12, Western Michigan, 1999

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First Downs By Penalty 5, Marshall, 1997 4, Western Michigan, 1999 4, Miami, 2007 3, Ohio, 2009 3, Bowling Green, 2003 3, Marshall, 2001

Offensive Plays 90, Northern Illinois, 2012 89, Toledo, 1998 89, Ball State, 2008 86, Western Michigan, 1999 84, Northern Illinois, 2005 84, Bowling Green, 2003 84, Toledo, 2002

Time of Possession 37:11, Western Michigan, 1999 36:42, Central Michigan, 2009 36:06, Ohio, 2006 34:18, Ball State, 2008 33:59, Ohio, 2011 33:34, Toledo, 2001 33:30, Miami, 2010 33:15, Toledo, 2004 33:04, Northern Illinois, 2005

Completion Pct. (lowest) .405, Kent State (15-37), 2012 .407, Ohio (11-27), 2009 .411, Northern Illinois (7-17), 2005 .429, Toledo (12-28), 1997 .517, Northern Illinois (15-29), 2010

Passing Touchdowns 4, Marshall, 2001 4, Marshall, 2002 4, Miami, 2003 4, Toledo, 2004

Rushing Rushing Attempts 56, Northern Illinois, 2012 52, Northern Illinois, 2005 47, Toledo, 2002 46, Toledo, 2004 45, Western Michigan, 1999 44. Central Michigan, 2007 42, Toledo, 1997 42, Kent State, 2012 41, Central Michigan, 2009 41, Ball State, 2008

Passing Passing Attempts 54, Toledo, 1998 52, Marshall, 2001 52, Akron, 2005 50, Miami, 2007 49, Bowling Green, 2003

Passing Yards 440, Miami, 2003 421, Marshall, 2001 413, Akron, 2005 404, Marshall, 2002 358, Marshall, 2000 351, Ball State, 2008 337, Toledo, 1998 333, Miami, 2010 322, Marshall, 1997 314, Central Michigan, 2006 304, Miami, 2004

Completions 32, Marshall, 2002 32, Marshall, 2001 31, Ball State, 2008 30, Akron, 2005 30, Bowling Green, 2003 30, Toledo, 1998

Rushing Yards 312, Northern Illinois, 2012 288, Toledo, 2001 267, Central Michigan, 2007 250, Northern Illinois, 2005 217, Toledo, 2002 186, Toledo, 2004 171, Western Michigan, 1999 155, Northern Illinois, 2011 152, Ball State, 2008 143, Central Michigan, 2006

Yards Per Attempt 6.8, Central Michigan (21-143), 2006 6.1, Central Michigan (44-267), 2007 5.7, Marshall (21-120), 2001 5.6, Northern Illinois (56-312), 2012 5.1, Toledo (56-288), 2001 4.8, Northern Illinois (52-250), 2005

Rushing Touchdowns 6, Toledo, 2002 4, Toledo, 2001 4, Northern Illinois, 2012 3, Miami, 2010 3, Miami, 2003

Completion Pct. (highest) .762, Marshall, (32-42), 2002 .743, Miami (26-35), 2003 .733, Central Michigan (22-30), 2006 .720, Toledo (18-25), 2004

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Rushing

Longest Run 96,

Ontario Sneed, Central Michigan, 2006

Garrett Wolfe, Northern Illinois, 2005

65,

Chester Taylor, Toledo, 2001

35,

Scooter McDougle, Toledo, 2004

62,

Franklin Wallace, Marshall, 2001

36,

Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois, 2012

62,

Garrett Wolfe, Northern Illinois, 2005

32,

Chester Taylor, Toledo, 2001 Robert Sanford, Western Michigan, 1999

47,

Thomas Merriweather, Miami, 2010

44,

Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois, 2012

37,

Trinity Dawson, Toledo, 2002

33,

Chad Pennington, Marshall, 1999

Rushing Attempts 42,

30,

Dwayne Harris, Toledo, 1997

30,

MiQuale Lewis, Ball State, 2008

23,

Doug Chapman, Marshall, 1998

21,

Trinity Dawson, Toledo, 2002

Touchdowns 4,

Bruce Gradkowski, Toledo, 2004 Ben Roethlisberger, Miami, 2003 Byron Leftwich, Marshall, 2002 Byron Leftwich, Marshall, 2001

3,

Chandler Harnish, Northern Illinois, 2011 Drew Willy, Buffalo, 2008 Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan, 2006 Josh Betts, Miami, 2004 Chad Pennington, Marshall, 1999 Chad Pennington, Marshall, 1997

Receptions Passing Attempts

Rushing Yards

Most 14,

Armand Robinson, Miami, 2010

13,

Briggs Orsbon, Ball State, 2008

10,

Denero Marriott, Marshall, 2001 Steve Neal, Western Michigan, 2000 Naaman Roosevelt, Buffalo, 2008

9,

Michael Larkin, Miami, 2004 Darius Watts, Marshall, 2002 Darius Watts, Marshall, 2001 MiQuale Lewis, Ball State, 2008

8,

LaVon Brazill, Ohio, 2011 Antonio Brown, Central Michigan, 2009 Domenik Hixon, Akron, 2005 P.J. Pope, Bowling Green, 2003 Steve Neal, Toledo, 1999 Ray Curry, Toledo, 1998 Mike Bilik, Toledo, 1998

Damien Linson, Central Michigan, 2006

270, Garrett Wolfe, Northern Illinois, 2005

54,

Chris Wallace, Toledo, 1998

188, Chester Taylor, Toledo, 2001

52,

Byron Leftwich, Marshall, 2001

170, Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan, 2007

50,

Luke Getsy, Akron, 2005

167, Scooter McDougle, Toledo, 2004

50,

Dan Raudabaugh, Miami, 2007

163, Robert Sanford, Western Michigan, 1999

49,

Josh Harris, Bowling Green 2003

160, Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois, 2012

48,

Nate Davis, Ball State, 2008

131,

46

Austin Boucher, Miami, 2010

130, Trinity Dawson, Toledo, 2002

45,

Byron Leftwich, Marshall, 2000

130, Ontario Sneed, Central Michigan, 2006

42,

Byron Leftwich, Marshall, 2002

32,

Byron Leftwich, Marshall, 2002 Byron Leftwich, Marshall, 2001

31,

Nate Davis, Ball State, 2008

30,

Luke Getsy, Akron, 2005 Josh Harris, Bowling Green, 2003 Chris Wallace, Toledo, 1998

191,

29,

Austin Boucher, Miami, 2010

176, Armand Robinson, Miami, 2010

29,

Dan Raudabaugh, Miami, 2007

170, Randy Moss, Marshall, 1997

29,

Byron Leftwich, Marshall, 2000

144, Domenik Hixon, Akron, 2005

28,

Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan, 2009

141,

Terrance McCrae, Ohio, 2009

27,

Tim Lester, Western Michigan, 1999

141,

Briggs Orsbon, Ball State, 2008

26,

Ben Roethlisberger, Miami, 2003

135, Darius Watts, Marshall, 2002

MiQuale Lewis, Ball State, 2008

128, Akeem Daniels, Northern Illinois, 2012 115,

Doug Chapman, Marshall, 1997

Yards per Attempt 14.4 (9-130), Ontario Sneed, Central Michigan, 2006 8.5 (20-170), Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan, 2007

Completions

8.3 (12-99), Franklin Wallace, Marshall, 2001 7.7 (11-85), Thomas Merriweather, Miami, 2010 7.5 (17-128), Akeem Daniels, Northern Illinois, 2012 6.4 (42-270), Garrett Wolfe, Northern Illinois, 2005 6.2 (21-130), Trinity Dawson, Toledo, 2002 5.9 (32-188), Chester Taylor, Toledo, 2001 5.8 (20-115), Doug Chapman, Marshall, 1997

Rushing Touchdowns 4,

Trinity Dawson, Toledo, 2002

3,

Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois, 2012

2,

Thomas Merriweather, Miami, 2010

2,

MiQuale Lewis, Ball State, 2008

2,

Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan, 2007

2,

Garrett Wolfe, Northern Illinois, 2005

2,

Mike Smith, Miami, 2003

2, 2,

Chester Taylor, Toledo, 2001 Doug Chapman, Marshall, 1999

Yards

179, Denero Marriott, Marshall, 2001

131,

Michael Larkin, Miami, 2004

440, Ben Roethlisberger, Miami, 2003

124, LaVon Brazill, Ohio, 2011

421, Byron Leftwich, Marshall, 2001

118,

Lance Moore, Toledo, 2004

413, Luke Getsy, Akron, 2005

116,

Naaman Roosevelt, Buffalo, 2008

404, Byron Leftwich, Marshall, 2002

115,

Nathan Palmer, Northern Illinois, 2011

358, Byron Leftwich, Marshall, 2000

110,

Martel Moore, Northern Illinois, 2010

351, Nate Davis, Ball State, 2008

105, Steve Neal, Western Michigan, 1999

337, Chris Wallace, Toledo, 1998 333, Austin Boucher, Miami, 2010 322, Chad Pennington, Marshall, 1997 314,

Dan LeFevour, Central Michigan, 2006

304, Josh Betts, Miami, 2004

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Yards

Touchdowns 4,

Denero Marriott, Marshall, 2001

3,

Lance Moore, Toledo, 2004 Randy Moss, Marshall, 1997 Naaman Roosevelt, Buffalo, 2008

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC BOWL RESULTS MAC Member

Dec. 26, 2005 Memphis, Motor City (Detroit)

MAC Member

Dec. 9, 1989 Dec. 17, 1993 Dec. 19, 1996 Jan. 5, 2008 Jan. 6, 2009 Dec. 21, 2012

MAC Member

Nov. 23, 1961 Dec. 18, 1982 Dec. 14, 1985 Dec. 14, 1991 Dec. 18, 1992 Dec. 26, 2003 Dec. 22, 2004 Jan. 6, 2008 Dec. 30, 2009 Dec. 27, 2012

MAC Member

Jan. 3, 2009

MAC Member

Dec. 8, 1990 Dec. 15, 1994 Dec. 26, 2006 Dec. 26, 2007 Dec. 26, 2008 Jan. 6, 2010 Dec. 26, 2012

MAC Member

Dec. 12, 1987

Current Members

AKRON (0-1) L, 31-38

L, 6-27 L, 33-42 L, 15-18 L, 30-52 L, 13-45 L, 17-38

Bowling Green (4-6) Fresno State, Mercy (Los Angeles) L, 6-36 Fresno State, California Raisin (Fresno) L, 28-29 Fresno State, California Raisin (Fresno) L, 7-51 Fresno State, California Raisin (Fresno) W, 28-21 Nevada, Las Vegas (Las Vegas) W, 35-34 Northwestern, Motor City (Detroit) W, 28-24 Memphis, GMAC (Mobile) W, 52-35 Tulsa, GMAC (Mobile) L, 7-63 Idaho, Roady’s Humanitarian (Boise) L, 42-43 San Jose State, Military Bowl (Washington, DC) L, 20-29

BUFFALO (0-1) Connecticut, International (Toronto)

L, 20-38

Central Michigan (3-4) San Jose State, California (Fresno) L, 24-48 UNLV, Las Vegas (Las Vegas) L, 24-52 Middle Tenn. State, Motor City (Detroit) W, 31-14 Purdue, Motor City (Detroit) L, 48-51 FAU, Motor City (Detroit) L, 21-24 Troy, GMAC Bowl (Mobile, Ala.) W, 44-41 (2OT) Western Kentucky, Little Caesars (Detroit) W, 24-21

Eastern Michigan (1-0) San Jose State, California Raisin (Fresno)

Team

W

Ball State

0

BGSU

4

Buffalo

0

CMU

3

EMU

Akron

Ball State (0-6) Fresno State, California Raisin (Fresno) Utah State, Las Vegas (Las Vegas) Nevada, Las Vegas (Las Vegas) Rutgers, International (Toronto) Tulsa, GMAC (Mobile) UCF, Beef O’Brady’s (St. Petersburg)

Totals do not include appearances prior to joining the MAC. 0

Dec. 5, 1954 Dec. 29, 1972 Jan. 6, 2013

MAC Member

Jan. 1, 1948 Jan. 1, 1951 Dec. 22, 1962 Dec. 22, 1973 Dec. 21, 1974 Dec. 20, 1975 Dec. 13, 1986 Dec. 18, 2003 Dec. 28, 2004 Jan. 6, 2011

MAC Member

Dec. 17, 1983 Dec. 30, 2004 Dec. 19, 2006

Delaware, Refrigerator (Evansville, Ind.) Tampa, Tangerine (Orlando) Arkansas State, GoDaddy.com (Mobile)

L, 7-19 L, 18-21 L, 13-17

Miami (7-3) TX Tech, Sun (El Paso) Arizona State, Salad (Phoenix) Houston, Tangerine (Orlando) Florida, Tangerine (Gainesville) Georgia, Tangerine (Orlando) South Carolina, Tangerine (Orlando) San Jose State, California Raisin (Fresno) Louisville, GMAC (Mobile) Iowa State, Independence (Shreveport) Middle Tennessee St., GoDaddy.com, (Mobile)

W, 13-12 W, 34-21 L, 21-49 W, 16-7 W, 21-10 W, 20-7 L, 7-37 W, 49-28 L, 13-17 W, 35-21

Northern Illinois (4-4) Cal State Fullerton, California (Fresno) Troy, Silicon Valley Football Classic (San Jose) TCU, Poinsettia (San Diego)

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T

Pct.

Last Appearance

0

.000

2005 Motor City Bowl

6

0

.000

2012 Beef O’Brady’s Bowl

6

0

.400

2012 Military Bowl

1

0

.000

2009 International Bowl

4

0

.429

2012 Little Caesars Bowl

1

0

0

1.000

1987 California Raisin Bowl

3

0

.000

2013 GoDaddy.com Bowl

Miami

7

3

0

.700

2011 GoDaddy.com Bowl

NIU

4

4

0

.500

2013 Discover Orange Bowl

Ohio

2

5

0

.286

2012 Independence Bowl

Toledo

9

4

0

.692

2012 Famous Idaho Bowl

WMU

0

5

0

.000

2011 Little Caesars Bowl

Cincinnati Marshall Temple

1 5 1

1 3 1

0 0 0

Past Members .500 .625 .500

1951 Sun Bowl 2004 PlainsCapitol 2011 New Mexico Bowl

Totals Team

Current Members Former Members Overall

W

30 7 37

L

42 5 47

T

0 0 0

Pct.

.417 .583 .440

Northern Illinois (continued)

MAC Member

Dec. 28, 2008 Jan. 2, 2010 Dec. 18, 2010 Jan. 8, 2012 Jan. 1, 2013

W, 30-27

Kent State (0-3)

1

Kent State 0

MAC Member MAC Member

L

Dec. 31, 1962 Dec. 27, 1968 Jan. 7, 2007 Dec. 26, 2009 Dec. 18, 2010 Dec. 17, 2011 Dec. 28, 2012

La. Tech., Independence (Sherevport) South Florida, International (Toronto) Fresno State, uDrove Humanitarian (Boise) Arkansas State, GoDaddy.com (Mobile) Florida State, Discover Orange Bowl (Miami)

L, 10-17 L, 3-27 W, 40-17 W, 38-20 L, 10-31

Ohio (2-5) West TX State, Sun (El Paso) Richmond, Tangerine (Orlando) Southern Miss, GMAC (Mobile) Marshall, Little Caesar’s Pizza (Detroit) Troy, R+L Carriers (New Orleans) Utah State, Famous Idaho Potato (Boise) La.-Monroe, Independence (Shreveport)

L, 14-15 L, 42-49 L, 7-28 L, 17-21 L, 21-48 W, 24-23 W, 45-14

Toledo (9-4) MAC Member Dec. 26, 1969 Davidson, Tangerine (Orlando,) W, 56-33 Dec. 28, 1970 William & Mary, Tangerine (Orlando) W, 40-12 Dec. 28, 1971 Richmond, Tangerine (Orlando) W, 28-3 Dec. 19, 1981 San Jose State, California (Fresno) W, 27-25 Dec. 15, 1984 UNLV, California (Fresno) L, 13-30* Dec. 14, 1995 Nevada, Las Vegas (Las Vegas) W, 40-37 (OT) Dec. 29, 2001 Cincinnati, Motor City (Pontiac) W, 23-16 Dec. 26, 2002 Boston College, Motor City (Detroit) L, 25-51 Dec. 27, 2004 Connecticut, Motor City (Detroit) L, 10-39 Dec. 21, 2005 UTEP, GMAC Bowl (Mobile) W, 45-13 Dec. 26, 2010 Florida International, Little Caesars (Detroit) L, 32-34 Dec. 28, 2011 Air Force, Military Bowl (Washington, DC) W, 42-41 Dec. 15, 2012 Utah State, Famous Idaho Potato (Boise) L, 15-41 * Game later forfeited to UT because of the use of ineligible players by UNLV.

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Western Michigan (0-5)

MAC Member Dec. 9, 1961 New Mexico, Aviation Dec. 10, 1988 Fresno State, California Raisin (Fresno) Jan. 6, 2007 Cincinnati, International (Toronto) Dec. 30, 2008 Rice, Texas (Houston) Dec. 27, 2011 Purdue, Little Caesars Pizza (Detroit)

L, 12-28 L, 30-35 L, 24-27 L, 14-38 L, 32-37

Bowl Games - Former MAC Members Cincinnati (1-1) MAC Member Jan. 1, 1947 Virginia Tech, Sun (El Paso, TX) Jan. 1, 1951 West Texas, Sun (El Paso, TX) Marshall (5-3 Overall, 5-2 MAC) Prior to MAC Membership Jan. 1, 1947 Catawba, Tangerine (Orlando, FL)

W, 18-6 L, 13-14

L, 0-7

MAC Member Dec. 27, 1997 Mississippi, Motor City (Pontiac, MI) L, 31-34 Dec. 23, 1998 Louisville, Motor City (Pontiac, MI) W, 48-29 Dec. 27, 1999 BYU, Motor City (Pontiac, MI) W, 21-3 Dec. 27, 2000 Cincinnati, Motor City (Pontiac, MI) W 25-14 Dec. 19, 2001 East Carolina, GMAC (Mobile, AL) W, 64-61 (2OT) Dec. 18, 2002 Louisville, GMAC (Mobile, AL) W, 38-15 Dec. 23, 2004 Cincinnati, PlainsCapital (Ft. Worth, TX) L, 14-32 TEMPLE (1-1 as a MAC member) Prior to MAC membership Jan. 1, 1935 Tulane, Sugar (New Orleans) L, 14-20 W, 28-17 Dec. 15, 1979 California, Garden State (East Rutherford) MAC Member Dec. 29, 2009 UCLA, EagleBank (Washington, D.C.) L, 21-30 Dec. 17, 2011 Wyoming, Gildan New Mexico (Albuquerque) W, 37-15

MAC Year By Year Major Bowl Results 1947 1948 1950 1951 1961 1961 1962 1962 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975

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Sun - Cincinnati 18, Virginia Tech 8 Sun - Miami 13, Texas Tech 12 Salad - Miami 34, Arizona State 21 Sun - West Texas State 14, Cincinnati 13 Mercy - Fresno State 36, Bowling Green 6 Aviation - New Mexico 28, Western Michigan 12 Tangerine - Houston 49, Miami 21 Sun - West Texas State 15, Ohio 14 Tangerine - Richmond 49, Ohio 42 Tangerine - Toledo 56, Davidson 33 Tangerine - Toledo 40, William & Mary 12 Tangerine - Toledo 28, Richmond 3 Tangerine - Tampa 21, Kent State 18 Tangerine - Miami 16, Florida 7 Tangerine - Miami 21, Georgia 10 Tangerine - Miami 20, South Carolina 7

1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2013 2013

California Raisin - Toledo 27, San Jose State 25 California Raisin - Fresno State 29, BGSU 28 California Raisin - NIU 20, Cal State Fullerton 13 California Raisin - UNLV 30, Toledo 13* California Raisin - Fresno State 51, BGSU 7 California Raisin - San Jose State 37, Miami 7 California Raisin - EMU 30, San Jose State 27 California Raisin - Fresno State 35, WMU 30 California Raisin - Fresno State 27, Ball State 6 California Raisin - San Jose State 48, CMU 24 California Raisin - BGSU 28, Fresno State 21 Las Vegas - BGSU 35, Nevada 24 Las Vegas - Utah State 42, Ball State 33 Las Vegas - UNLV 52, CMU 24 Las Vegas - Toledo 40, Nevada 37 OT Las Vegas - Nevada 18, Ball State 15 Motor City - Ole Miss 34, Marshall 31 Motor City - Marshall 48, Louisville 29 Motor City - Marshall 21, BYU 3 Motor City - Marshall 25, Cincinnati 14 GMAC - Marshall 64, East Carolina 61 2OT Motor City - Toledo 23, Cincinnati 16 GMAC - Marshall 38, Louisville 15 Motor City - Boston College 51, Toledo 25 GMAC - Miami 49, Louisville 28 Motor City - BGSU 28, Northwestern 24 Motor City - Connecticut 39, Toledo 10 GMAC - Bowling Green 52, Memphis 35 Silicon Valley Football Classic - NIU 34, Troy 21 Independence Bowl - Iowa State 17, Miami 13 PlainsCapital Forth Worth Bowl Cincinnati 32, Marshall 14 Motor City Bowl - Memphis 38, Akron 31 GMAC - Toledo 45, UTEP 13 Motor City - Central Michigan 31, MTSU 14 Poinsettia - TCU 37, Northern Illinois 7 GMAC - Southern Miss 28, Ohio 7 International - Cincinnati 27, Western Michigan 24 Motor City - Purdue 51, Central Michigan 48 International Bowl - Rutgers 52, Ball State 30 GMAC - Tulsa 63, Bowling Green 7 Motor City - FAU 24, Central Michigan 21 Independence - La. Tec. 17, Northern Illinois 10 Texas - Rice 38, Western Michigan 14 International - Connecticut 38, Buffalo 20 GMAC - Tulsa 45, Ball State 13 Little Caesar’s Pizza - Marshall 21, Ohio 17 EagleBank - UCLA 30, Temple 21 Roady’s Humanitarian - Idaho 43, BGSU 42 International - South Florida 27, NIU 3 GMAC - Central Michigan 44, Troy 41 (2OT) uDrove Humanitarian - Northern Ill. 40, Fresno St. 17 R+L Carriers New Orleans - Troy 48, Ohio 21 Little Caesars Pizza - Florida Int. 34, Toledo 32 GoDaddy.com - Miami 35, Middle Tennessee State 21 Gildan New Mexico - Temple 37, Wyoming 15 Famous Idaho Potato - Ohio 24, Utah State 23 Little Caesars Pizza - Purdue 37, Western Michigan 32 Military Bowl - Toledo 42, Air Force 41 GoDaddy.com - Northern Illinois 38, Arkansas State 20 Famous Idaho Potato - Utah State 41, Toledo 15 Beef O’Brady’s Bowl - UCF 38, Ball State 17 Little Caesars - Central Michigan 24, W. Kentucky 21 Military Bowl - San Jose State 29, Bowling Green 20 Independence Bowl - Ohio 45, La.-Monroe 14 Discover Orange Bowl - Florida State 31, NIU 10 GoDaddy.com Bowl - Arkansas State 17, Kent State 13

*1984 game was later forfeited to Toledo because of the use of ineligible players by UNLV

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Total Offense Individual Records

70

Total offensive yards

576

Byron Leftwich (MAR) Bowl (East Carolina)

2001 GMAC

Dan LeFevour (CMU) City Bowl (Purdue)

2007 Motor

Marshall

2001 GMAC Bowl (East Carolina)

1

Miami

1973 Tangerine Bowl (Florida)

576 Marshall

2001 GMAC Bowl (East Carolina)

Touchdown passes

Plays in game

Marshall

Field goal attempts

Completions

41

2001 GMAC Bowl (East Carolina)

5

BGSU

2004 GMAC Bowl (Memphis)

Total offensive yards

649 Marshall

2001 GMAC Bowl (East Carolina)

33

265

Dan LeFevour (CMU) City Bowl (Purdue)

2007 Motor 3

Adonis Thomas (UT) 2010 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl (Florida International)

2009 Roady’s

Bernard Reedy (UT) Bowl (Air Force)

2011 Military

4

Beau Blankenship (Ohio)

2012

3

V100 Advocare Independence Bowl 87

Doug Chapman (MAR) City Bowl (BYU)

87

Adonis Thomas (UT) 2010 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl (Florida International)

3

1999 Motor

6

Central Michigan 2010 GMAC Bowl (Troy)

5

Central Michigan 2010 GMAC Bowl (Troy)

PAT attempts

8

Toledo

8

Toledo

17

1975 Tangerine Bowl (South Carolina)

24

Beau Blankenship (Ohio) Advocare Independence Bowl

2012 V100

Tackles for loss

5

4

Beau Blankenship (Ohio) Advocare Independence Bowl

2012 V100

64

Attempts

Byron Leftwich (MAR) Bowl (East Carolina)

2001 GMAC

Completions

Byron Leftwich (MAR) Bowl (East Carolina)

2001 GMAC

Yards

Byron Leftwich (MAR) Bowl (East Carolina)

2004 GMAC

5

Bruce Gradkowski (UT) Bowl (UTEP)

2005 GMAC

1969

28

Marshall Bowl (East Carolina)

2001 GMAC

28

Central Michigan Motor City Bowl (Purdue)

2007

2001 GMAC

Points, losing team

Completion percentage

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Toledo Tangerine Bowl (Davidson)

Marshall Bowl (East Carolina)

48

Central Michigan City Bowl (Purdue)

John Busing (MIA) Bowl (Louisville)

2009 Little

2003 GMAC

Rogers Beckett (MAR) City Bowl (BYU)

1999 Motor

56

Doug Kress

2006

Motor City Bowl (Middle Tenn. State)

28

43

Omar Jacobs (BGSU) Bowl (Memphis)

Noah Keller (Ohio) Caesar’s Pizza Bowl (Marshall)

Interception return yards

2001 GMAC

Longest interception return

56

2007 Motor

Doug Kress (CMU) City Bowl (Middle Tenn. State)

2006 Motor

Sacks (3)

3

Jake Coffman (NIU) 2010 uDrove Humanitarian Bowl (Fresno State)

3

Frank Zombo (CMU) Bowl (Troy)

2010 GMAC

3

Mike Alston (UT) Bowl (UTEP)

2005 GMAC

Points, one half

5

(19 of 24) Terrance Owens (UT) Bowl (Air Force)

Marshall Bowl (East Carolina)

Points, one quarter

2001 GMAC

Touchdown passes

1969 Tangerine Bowl (Davidson)

5 Individuals Tied, Most Recently:

2

Points team

Individual Records

1969 Tangerine Bowl (Davidson)

Interceptions

Team Records

Passing

1969

Field goals made

1995 Las Vegas

1995 Las Vegas

.792

Ken Crots (UT) Tangerine Bowl (Davidson)

Wasean Tait (UT) Bowl (Nevada)

Wasean Tait (UT) Bowl (Nevada)

576

PAT makes

24

1995 Las Vegas Bowl (Nevada)

1969

Tackles

4

41

Ken Crots (UT) Tangerine Bowl (Davidson)

Individual Records

Individual Records Points

Rushing touchdowns

1962 Sun Bowl

Defense

369 Cincinnati 1947 Sun Bowl (Virginia Tech)

70

Jim McKee (Ohio) (West Texas State)

Scoring

Touchdowns

Toledo

52

PAT makes

Most rushing yards

6

Longest make

Team Records Most attempts

Miami

1968 Tangerine

Freddie Barnes (BGSU) Humanitarian Bowl (Idaho)

1995

Longest rush from scrimmage

Todd Snyder (OU) Bowl (Richmond)

2007

Wasean Tait (UT) Las Vegas Bowl (Nevada)

2010 GMAC

Team Records

Bryan Anderson (CMU) Motor City Bowl (Purdue)

4

Andrew Aguila (CMU) Bowl (Troy)

Field goal attempts

Ken Ealy (CMU) 1990 California Bowl (San Jose State)

3

5

2011 Little

3

Rushing touchdowns

60

Jordan White (WMU) Caesars Pizza Bowl (Purdue)

2010 GMAC

Field goal makes

8

Touchdown Receptions

Rushing yards

193

2009 Roady’s

Yards Gained

Indiviual Records Most attempts

Andrew Aguila (CMU) Bowl (Troy)

8

Receptions

Freddie Barnes (BGSU) Humanitarian Bowl (Idaho)

6

PAT attempts

Receiving 17

Rushing

Individual Records

2001 GMAC Bowl (East Carolina)

Yards

TEAM RECORDS 104

Marshall

Fewest passes completed

Most touchdowns scored or passed

6

Kick Scoring

Attempts

Touchdowns

2011 Military

9

Marshall Bowl (East Carolina)

2001 GMAC

127


HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC BOWL GAME RECORDS First downs

Team Records Fewest plays

46

Total gained

Toledo

1971 Tangerine Bowl (Richmond)

36

Marshall

Penalties Most committed

2001 GMAC Bowl (East Carolina)

14

Marshall

1998 Motor City Bowl (Louisville)

Fewest rushing yards allowed

Fewest total allowed

Most yards penalized (100)

-16

5

123

Marshall

1999 Motor City Bowl (BYU)

Miami

1948 Sun Bowl (Texas Tech)

Marshall

Fewest passing yards allowed

Fumbles

24

7

Toledo

1971 Tangerine Bowl (Richmond)

Toledo

Fewest total offensive yards allowed

Fumbles lost (4)

119

5

Cincinnati 1947 Sun Bowl (Virginia Tech)

BGSU

1998 Motor City Bowl (Louisville) 1981 California Bowl (San Jose State) California Bowl (Fresno State)

Fewest points allowed

3

Toledo

1971 Tangerine Bowl (Richmond)

3

Marshall

1999 Motor City Bowl (BYU)

Dec. 14, 1995 Sept. 28, 1996 Oct. 26, 1996 Nov. 9, 1996 Oct. 18, 1997 Oct. 25, 1997 Oct. 18, 1998 Oct. 9, 1999 Nov. 20, 1999 Oct. 7, 2000 Nov. 4, 2000 Nov. 24, 2001 Dec. 19, 2001 Aug. 29, 2002 Sep. 28, 2002 Sep. 28, 2002 Oct. 19, 2002 Aug. 28, 2003 Oct. 4, 2003 Oct. 18, 2003

Toledo 40, UNLV 37 (Las Vegas Bowl) @Cincinnati 30, Miami 23 - 3 ot @Toledo 10, WMU 7 Western Michigan 16, @BGSU 13 @Ball State 37, CMU 34 Cincinnati 34, @Miami 31 - 2 ot Central Michigan 36, @EMU 23 Western Michigan 40, @Eastern Michigan 37 BGSU 33, @Central Florida 30 Kent State 24, @CMU 21 - 2ot @Buffalo 20, Kent State 17 @Akron 65, EMU 62 - 3ot Marshall 64, East Carolina 61 - 2ot (GMAC Bowl) @Northern Illinois 42, Wake Forest 41 @Eastern Michigan 48, Southern Illinois 45 - 2ot Ball State 24, @Connecticut 21 @Bowling Green 48, Western Michigan 45 @Northern Illinois 20, Maryland 13 @Northern Illinois 30, Ohio 23 Connecticut 34, @ Kent State 31

Oct. 30, 2004 Oct. 30, 2004 Nov. 6, 2004 Nov. 6, 2004 Sep. 9, 2005

Northern Illinois 38, @Ball State 31 @Central Michigan 24, Western Michigan 21 EMU 61, CMU 58 - 4 ot (@Ford Field) Ohio 17, @UCF 16 @Ohio 16, Pittsburgh 10

Sep. 24, 2005 Sep. 24, 2005 Oct. 8, 2005 Nov. 19, 2005 Nov. 22, 2005

Eastern Michigan 23, @Central Michigan 20 @Akron 48, Northern Illinois 42 Ball State 60, @Western Michigan 57 - 5 OT Central Michigan 31, @Ball State 24 Toledo 44, @Bowling Green 41 - 2OT

2009

Aug. 31, 2006 Aug. 31, 2006 Sep. 9, 2006 Sep. 9, 2006 Sep. 9, 2006

@Buffalo 9, Temple 3 @Iowa State 37, Toledo 43 - 3OT @Bowling Green 48, Buffalo 40 - 3OT @Army 17, Kent State 14 @Purdue 38, Miami 31

1972

Sep. 15, 2006 Sep. 23, 2006 Sep. 1, 2007 Sep. 8, 2007 Sep. 15, 2007

@Toledo 37, Kansas 31 - 2OT Central Michigan 24, @Eastern Michigan 17 Bowling Green 32, @Minnesota 31 @Minnesota 41, Miami 35 - 3OT Ball State 34, @ Navy 31

Nov. 24, 2007 Sept. 6, 2008 Sept. 20, 2008 Oct. 4, 2008 Oct. 11, 2008

Buffalo 30, @Kent State 23 Connecticut 12, @Temple 9 Fresno State 55, @Toledo 54 - 2OT Akron 30, @ Kent State 27 - 2OT Western Michigan 34, @ Buffalo 28

Oct. 18, 2008 Nov. 1, 2008 Nov. 12, 2008 Nov. 13, 2008 Nov. 21, 2008

@Buffalo 27, Army 24 @Navy 33, Temple 27 Central Michigan 33, @Northern Illinois 30 Buffalo 43, @Akron 40 - 4OT Buffalo 40, @Bowling Green 34 - 2OT

Sept. 12, 2009 Oct. 24, 2009 Jan. 6, 2010

Ohio 31, @North Texas 30 - 2OT Buffalo 31, @Western Michigan 34 Central Michigan 44, Troy 41 (2010 GMAC BOWL) 2 OT

Sept. 9, 2010 Sept. 11, 2010 Oct. 16, 2010 Nov. 6, 2010

@Temple 13, Central Michigan 10 - OT Gardner-Webb 38, @Akron 37 - OT @Eastern Michigan 41, Ball State 38 - OT @Ball State 37, Akron 30 - 2OT

Sept. 24, 2011

@Syracuse 33, Toledo 30 - OT

Sept. 1, 2012 Sept. 8, 2012 Oct. 13, 2012 Nov. 30, 2012

@Arizona 24, Toledo 17 - OT @Florida International 41, Akron 38 - OT @Ball State 30, Western Michigan 24 - OT Northern Illinois 44, Kent State 37 - 2OT (MAC Championship)

Interceptions Four Teams Tied With 4, Most Recently:

4

Miami

2011 GoDaddy.com Bowl (Middle Tennessee State)

Interception return yards

112

Miami

2011 GoDaddy.com Bowl (Middle Tennessee State)

Sacks team

10

Marshall

1999 Motor City Bowl (BYU)

Punting/Kickoffs Individual Records Punts individual

10

Chuck Varner (MIA) Tangerine Bowl (Florida)

1973

10

Brad Maynard (BSU) Las Vegas Bowl (Nevada)

1996

10

Peter Fardon (UB)

2009

International Bowl (Connecticut) Punt Yards individual

435

Peter Fardon (UB) International Bowl (Connecticut)

Longest punt return

78

Renard Harmon (KSU) Tangerine Bowl (Tampa)

Punt return yards

78

Renard Harmon (KSU) Tangerine Bowl (Tampa)

1972

Kickoff returns

8

Donte Harden (Ohio) 2010 R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl (Troy)

Kickoff returns (yards)

203

Antonio Brown (CMU) GMAC Bowl (Troy)

2010

Longest kickoff return

95t

Antonio Brown (CMU) GMAC Bowl (Troy)

2010

Punts team

12

Ball State 1996 Las Vegas Bowl (Nevada)

Punt Yards team

435 Buffalo

2009 International Bowl (Connecticut)

Kickoff returns

10

Bowling Green 2008 GMAC Bowl (Tulsa)

Kickoff return yards

221

128

All-Time MAC Overtime Games : (58 Games)

Bowling Green 2008 GMAC Bowl (Tulsa)

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC ALL-AMERICANS (Includes only honors earned while a member of the Mid-American Conference) Akron

Brian Wagner

LB 2009

Sporting News (Freshman 1st Team), Phil Steele (2nd Team), College Football News (3rd team)

Almondo Sewell DE 2007

Sporting News (Freshman Honorable Mention), Scout.com (Freshman Honorable Mention)

Jabari Arthur

WR 2007

AP (Honorable Mention 4th team)

David Harvey WR 2006

Sporting News (Freshman 1st team), Scripps/FWAA

Kevin Grant

LB 2005

College Football News (Freshman 3rd team), Sporting News (Freshman 3rd Team)

Dwight Smith

DB 2000

AP (1st team), AFCA (1st team), FWAA (1st team), Football News (1st team), Sporting News (3rd team); Walter Camp (1st team)

Daron Alcorn PK/P

1992

Central Michigan Eric Fisher

OT

2012

Titus Davis

WR

2011

College Football News (Honorable Mention)

Nick Bellore

Phil Steele (4th team)

Phil Steele (4th team) LB 2009

Antonio Brown PR 2009

Sporting News (1st team)

Antonio Brown WR 2009

College Football News.com (Honorable Mention)

Jake Olson

College Football News.com

OL 2009

(Freshman Honorable Mention)

AP (Honorable Mention)

K

Chris Miller

P 2007

2012

P

K

SI.com All-America (Honorable Mention)

Phil Steele (4th team)

AFCA (first team)

Nick Bellore

Walter Camp (2nd team), CNNSI.COM (Honorable Mention)

Dan LeFevour QB 2007

College Football News.com (Honorable Mention)

1996

Walter Camp (1st team), AFCA (1st team), Football News (1st team), American FB Quarterly (1st team), Sporting News (2nd team)

Colin Miller

Sporting News (Freshman Honorable Mention)

Antonio Brown WR 2007

1995

AP (1st team), UPI (1st team), Football News (1st team), Walter Camp (1st team), AFCA (1st team), Coll. Sports Magazine (1st team), American FB Quarterly (1st team)

Antonio Brown KR 2007

Scout.com (Freshman 1st team)

1994

AP (2nd team), Football News (2nd team)

Bryan Anderson WR 2006

Sporting News (Freshman 1st team)

1986

AP (3rd team), Sporting News (2nd team)

Dan LeFevour QB 2006

Sporting News (Freshman Honorable Mention)

1985

AP (2nd team)

Calvin Hissong

DB 2006

Sporting News (Freshman Honorable Mention)

Dante RidgewayWR 2004

John Diettrich

College Football News.com (1st team) SI.com (Honorable Mention)

Steven Schott

Brad Maynard

Phil Steele (Freshman 1st team)

Dan LeFevour QB 2009

Antonio Brown PR 2008

Ball State

SI.com All-America (Second Team); Associated Press All-America (Third Team)

LB 2008 OL 2007

SI.com (Honorable Mention)

FWAA (Freshman 1st team) Sporting News (Freshman 2nd team) Rivals.com (Freshman 2nd team)

Rush Brown

Pos.

1979

Newspaper Enterprise Association (2nd team)

Dan Bazuin

DE 2005

SI.com (Honorable Mention)

Ken Kremer

DT

1978

AP (3rd team)

Ontario Sneed

RB 2005

Sporting News (Freshman 2nd team)

Mitch Hoban

OG

1976

AP (3rd team)

Andrew Hartline OL 2005

Sporting News (Freshman Honorable Mention)

Shafer Suggs

DB

1975

AP (2nd team)

Red Keith

LB 2004

College Sports Report (Freshman 3rd team)

Terry Schmidt

DB

1973

Kodak (1st team), Football News (1st team)

Jerry Seymour

RB 2003

Sporting News (Freshman 1st team)

Dan Bazuin

DE 2003

Bowling Green Chris Jones

2012

Sporting News (Freshman 2nd team) Sporting News (Freshman 1st team)

FWAA (First Team); SI.com All America Honorable Mention; Associated Press All-America (Third Team)

James King

DB 2001

Sporting News (Freshman 4th team)

Freddie Barnes WR 2009

FWAA (1st team)

Tory Humphrey TE 2001

Sporting News (Freshman 2nd team)

Omar Jacobs

CNNSI.COM (Honorable Mention)

Brian Pruitt

TB

1994

AP (1st team), UPI (2nd team)

Sporting News (4th team)

Curtis Adams

TB

1984

UPI (2nd team)

DB

1984

AP (3rd team)

SE

1984

Football News (3rd team)

Brandon Hicks

DT

Mike Gruzwalski K 2002

QB 2004 DL 2001 PK

1994

Football News (1st team), AP (1st team)

Jim Bowman

P

1990

AFCA (1st team), AP (1st team), UPI (2nd team), Sporting News (2nd team)

John DeBoer

Martin Bayless DB

1983

AP (3rd team)

Andre Young

DT

1982

Division I-AA (1st team)

Eastern Michigan

Dave Preston

HB

1975

Churchman’s (2nd team)

Mike Weger

DB

1965

AP (3rd team)

Bob Zimpfer

T

1959

College Division

Bernie Casey

HB

1959

College Division

Brian Leaver Cris Shale

Tim Murnen

G

1957

College Division

Jack Giroux

FB

1956

College Division

Jack Hecker

E

1955

College Division

James Ladd

E

1953

College Division

FB

1952

College Division

Fred Durig

BUFFALO Khalil Mack Khalil Mack

Zach Johnson

2006

FWAA (1st-team Fr.); Sporting News (3rd-team Fr.); College Football News (3rd-team Fr.)

Andrew Wellock PK 2004

CNNSI.COM (2nd team)

Eric Deslauriers WR 2004

CNNSI.COM (Honorable Mention)

L.J. Shelton

Football News (3rd Team)

1998

Ron Adams

1987

AP (Honorable Mention)

Brian Clouse

1987

AP (Honorable Mention)

1987

AP (Honroable Mention)

Charles Gordon Gary Patton

TB

1987

AP (Honorable Mention)

Gary Patton

TB

1986

AP (Honorable Mention)

1986

AP (Honorable Mention)

Brett Petersmark LB LB

2012 2011

Sporting News (Honorable Mention Freshman)

Daniel Holtzclaw LB 2005

SI.com All-America (Honorable Mention)

Tom Parm

SE

1979

AP (Honorable Mention)

SI.com All-America (Honorable Mention)

Ron Johnson

DB

1977

AP (3rd team)

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129


HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC ALL-AMERICANS Kent State Dri Archer

KR

2012

Brian Winters

OT

2012

Roosevelt Nix

DT 2010

Walter Camp First Team (KR); SI.com All-America Honorable Mention; Associated Press All-America Third Team (AP); Football Writers Association (FWAA) of America First Team SI.com All-America (Honorable Mention)

Miami

Nick Harwell

WR

Martin Nance

WR 2005

2011

Ben RoethlisbergerQB 2003

SI.com All America (Honorable Mention) Sports Illustrated (3rd team) AP (3rd team)

Freshman All-American by FWAA, Sporting News, Rivals.com, Phil Steele and College Football News

Ben RoethlisbergerQB 2001

FWAA (1st team-Fr.), Sporting News (3rd team-Fr.)

Matt Pusateri

DB 2001

Sporting News (3rd team-Fr.)

Eugene Baker WR

1997

Football News (3rd team)

Terrell Jones

LB 2000

Sporting News (3rd team-Fr.)

Eric Wilkerson

RB

1988

AP (Honorable Mention)

Travis Prentice

TB

1998

Bert Weidner

DT

1988

AP (Honorable Mention)

Sporting News (2nd team), AP (3rd team), Football News (3rd team), Sports Network (1st team), Sports Weekly Journal (2nd team)

Jamie Howell

DB

1988

AP (Honorable Mention)

Dustin Cohen

LB

1998

Football News (3rd team)

C

1988

AP (Honorable Mention)

JoJuan Armour

LB

1998

AP (3rd team)

1987

AP (Honorable Mention)

Kent McCullough

P

1997

Sporting News (1st team - Fr.)

Chip Curtis Eric Wilkerson

RB

1987

AP (Honorable Mention)

Deland McCulloughRB

1992

Football News (1st team - Fr.)

Eric Dye

WR

1987

AP (Honorable Mention)

Gary Layton

P

1992

Football News (3rd team - Fr.)

Stuart Sims

DB

1986

AP (Honorable Mention)

Curt McMillian

LB

1992

Lee Bullington

DT

1985

AP (Honorable Mention)

Gannett News (1st team), UPI (2nd team), Football News (2nd team), AP (3rd team)

WR

1985

AP (Honorable Mention)

Derrick Samuels DB

1984

AP (Honorable Mention)

Russ Hedderly

1981

AP (Honorable Mention)

Charles GrandjeanDB 1981

AP (Honorable Mention)

Mike Zele

1978

AP (Honorable Mention)

1977

AP (3rd team)

Jim Kilbane

Jack Lazor

LB DT LB

1977

AP (Honorable Mention)

Kim Featsent

WR

1977

AP (Honorable Mention)

Cedric Brown

DB

1975

AP (Honorable Mention)

Gary Gussman

K

1987

AP (2nd team), Football News (3rd team)

Brian Pillman

MG

1983

AP (2nd team)

Kirk Springs

DB

1979

AP (Honorable Mention)

Doug Lantz

C

1979

AP (Honorable Mention)

DE

1978

AP (Honorable Mention)

Greg Sullivan Greg Sullivan

DE

1977

AP (Honorable Mention)

Brad Cousino

MG

1974

FWAA (1st team), AP (2nd team), UPI (3rd team)

Doug Krause

MG

1971

AP (2nd team)

Dick Adams

DB

1970

AP (2nd team)

Bob Babich

LB

1968

AFCA (1st team), Time (1st team), Playboy (1st team), Sporting News (1st team)

C

1947

AFCA (1st team)

Larry Faulk

DL

1974

AP (Honorable Mention)

Larry Poole

RB

1973

AP (Honorable Mention)

Paul Dietzel

Gary Pinkel

TE

1973

AP (Honorable Mention)

Northern Illinois

Jack Lambert

LB

1973

AP (3rd team)

1972

AP (Honorable Mention)

Jim Corrigall

LB

1969

Newspapers Enterprise Association (1st team)

Jordan Lynch

QB

2012

SI.com All-America (Honorable Mention); Associated Press All-America (Second Team)

Chandler HarnishQB 2011

SI.com All-America (Honorable Mention)

Scott Wedige

CBS Sports.com All-America (2nd Team)

C

2011

Pat Gucciardo

RB

1965

AP (Honorable Mention)

Bill Asbury

RB

1965

AP (Honorable Mention)

Jon Brooks

OG

1965

AP (Honorable Mention)

Dick Merschman FB

1962

Williamson (1st team)

Geno Gioia

SE

1956

UPI

Luke Owens

DT

1956

Int. News Service (1st team), Williamson (1st team)

Dan Sheldon

PR 2002

Football Digest (2nd team)

C

1956

UPI

Ryan Diem

OL 2000

Football News (3rd team)

OG

1952

International News Service

Doug Bartlett

NG

1985

AP (Honorable Mention)

Todd Peat

OT

1985

AP (Honorable Mention)

Scott Kellar

DT

1984

AP (Honorable Mention)

OT

Rudy Libertini Penfield Tate

Marshall

Garrett Wolfe

RB 2004 2006

CNNSI.COM (Honorable Mention) AP (3rd Team)

Michael Turner RB 2003

Sporting News (2nd team)

Michael Turner RB 2002

Football Digest (2nd team), Sporting News (3rd team)

Jonathan GoddardDE2004

FWAA, Walter Camp (2nd), CNNSI.COM (2nd)

Scott Bolzan

1983

AP (Honorable Mention)

Steve Sciullo

OL 2002

Playboy

Darryl RichardsonTB 1983

AP (Honorable Mention)

Darius Watts

WR 2001

Sporting News (4th team)

Vince Scott

PK

1983

AP (Honorable Mention)

Chad PenningtonQB 1999

GTE-CoSIDA Academic; Player of the Year AP (3rd)

Jeff Sanders

CB

1983

AP (Honorable Mention)

Rogers Becket

DB

1999

AP (3rd team)

Rich Barrent

OG

1982

AP (Honorable Mention)

Randy Moss

WR

1997

AP (1st team), Walter Camp (1st team), Football News (1st team), FWAA (1st team), Detroit Free Press (1st team), ESPN (1st team), Sport Magazine (1st team)

Max Gill

DT

1982

AP (Honorable Mention)

Brian Glasgow

TE

1982

AP (Honorable Mention)

Pete Roth

TB

1982

AP (Honorable Mention)

Mike Chelovich OG

1981

AP (Honorable Mention)

130

Mike Terna

LB

1980

AP (Honorable Mention)

Dave Petway

SS

1980

AP (Honorable Mention)

Frank LewandoskiLB 1979

AP (Honorable Mention)

Randy Clark

OT

1979

AP (Honorable Mention)

Steve Claussen

DE

1979

AP (Honorable Mention)

Dave Petzke

SE

1978

AP (3rd team)

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Matt Meares

Beau BlankenshipRB 2012

SI.com All-America (Honorable Mention)

Joe Flading

SI.com All-America (Honorable Mention)

OL

2011

Jerome Persell

C

1982

TB

1977

AFCA (1st team) AP (2nd team)

1976

AP (3rd team)

LaVon Brazill

PR 2009

Sporting News (2nd team), Phil Steele (4th team)

Larry Ulmer

G

1972

AP (3rd team)

Dion Byrum

DB 2005

AFCA, AP(2nd team), Sports Illustrated (2nd team)

Bob Rowe

DT

1966

AP (2nd team)

AP (2nd team), FWAA (1st), Sporting News (3rd)

Lovell Coleman FB

1959

Williamson

Clarence CheathamT

1958

Williamson

Dave Zastudil Cleve Bryant

P 2001 QB

1968

Todd Snyder

E

1968

Ken Carmon

OT

1968

John Frick

OT

1966

Skip Hoovler

C

1963

Dick Grecni

LB

1960

Vince Costello

LB

1952

Al Scheider

OT

John Kerns

1951 1946

TEMPLE

2011

SI.com All-America (Honorable Mention)

Brandon McManus P 2011

Bernard Pierce RB

SI.com All-America (Honorable Mention)

Toledo

David Fluellen

RB

2012

SI.com All-America (Honorable Mention)

Dan Molls

LB

2012

SI.com All-America (Honorable Mention)

Bernard Reedy WR

2012

SI.com All-America (Honorable Mention)

Eric Page

PR

2011

SI.com All-America (Honorable Mention)

Eric Page

WR

2011

SI.com All-America (Honorable Mention)

Eric Page

KR 2010

Walter Camp (1st Team), Sporting News (1st Team), Phil Steele (1st Team), Sports Illustrated.com (2nd)

Bruce GradkowskiQB 2004

CNNSI.COM (Honorable Mention)

Chester Taylor

AP (3rd team), Sporting News (4th team)

RB 2001

DeJuan Goulde DL 2000

Football News (3rd team)

Wasean Tait

AP (3rd team), UPI (2nd team)

RB

1995

S

1986

AP (3rd team)

Mike Kennedy

DB

1981

Newspapers Enterprise Association (2nd team)

Gene Swick

QB

1975

UPI (1st team), AP (3rd team)

Chuck Ealey

QB

1971

Football News (1st Team), UPI (1st team), AP (3rd)

Mel Long

DT

1971 1970

AP (1st team), UPI (1st team), FWAA (1st team) Newspapers Enterprise Association (1st team), Newspapers Enterprise Association (1st team), AP (2nd team), Central Press (3rd team)

Harold McGuire

Curtis Johnson

CB

1969

Newspapers Enterprise Association (1st team), AP (2nd team), Central Press (2nd team)

Tom Buetler

MG

1967

AP (1st team), Central Press (1st team), Newspapers Enterprise Association (2nd team)

Western Michigan Jordan White

WR

2011

Walter Camp All America (2nd Team); SI.com All- America (2nd Team); AP All-America (3rd Team); AFCA All-America

Drew Nowak

DL

2011

Phil Steele (3rd Team)

Louis Delmas

DB 2008

Phil Steele (4th Team)

Jamarko Simmons WR ‘08

Sports Illustrated (Honorable Mention), Phil Steele’s (3rd Team)

Ameer Ismail

LB 2006

AP (2nd team)

Greg Jennings

WR 2005

Sports Illustrated (2nd team), AP (3rd team), College Football News (3rd team)

Tony Scheffler

TE 2005

College Football News (Honorable Mention)

Jason Babin

DE 2003

Sporting News (2nd team)

Kevin Haverdink T

1988

AP (3rd team)

John Offerdahl

1985

AP (2nd), Newspapers Enterprise Association (2nd)

1984

AP (3rd team)

LB

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HISTORY AND RECORDS MAC ALL-STAR SELECTIONS 1992 1990

All-American Bowl Victor Green (UA) Bruce Keys (UA) Jerry Evans (UT)

1977

Ken Moore (NIU)

1976

Sherman Smith (MIA) John Neuman (CMU) Art Best (KSU)

Paul Hutchins (WMU) 1990

Shawn Purter (OU)

1988

Kevin Haverdink (WMU)

1987

Phil Zielinski (CMU)

1986

Jerry Bayless (BGSU)

1983

Martin Bayless (BGSU)

1982

Rod Achter (UT)

1979

Frank Lewandoski (NU) Jeff Hrenya (KSU)

Jon Brooks (KSU) Bob Rowe (WMU)

1963

Bob Jencks (MIA)

1962

Bob Reynolds (BGSU)

1961

1998

JoJuan Armour (MIA)

1997

Charlie Batch (EMU)

1996

Scott Rehberg (CMU) Matt Cravens (MIA)

Dick Grecni (OU)

1995

Tom Nutten (WMU) Brian Pritt (CMU)

1960

Bernie Casey (BGSU) Walt Beach (CMU)

1992

Dan Williams (UT) Daron Alcorn (UA)

1954

Mel Triplett (UT)

1990

Jerry Evans (UT)

1988

Eric Wilkerson (KSU)

1986

Brian Williams (CMU) John Dietrich (BSU)

1985

John Offerdahl (WMU) Brian McClure (BGSU)

1980

Brian Cotton (EMU)

1979

Kirk Springs (MIA)

Freddie Barnes (BGSU) Barry Church (UT) Naaman Roosevelt (UB) Thad Turner (OHIO)

1978

Jeff Groth (BGSU)

1977

Maurice Harvey (BSU) Ron Johnson (EMU)

2008

Augustus Parrish (KSU) Jake Richardson (MIA)

1976

Rob Carpenter (MIA)

2007

Brett Kern (UT) John Greco (UT)

1975

Steve Studer (BGSU) Shafer Suggs (BSU) Mike Green (OU) Gene Swick (UT)

2007

Brett Kern (UT) John Greco (UT) Nate Robinson (UA)

1975

Mike Biehle (MIA)

1971

John Saunders (UT)

1974

Jack Lambert (KSU) Mel Long (UT) Chuck Ealey(UT) Bob Houmard (OU)

1974

John Ross (UT)

East-West Shrine Game 2012 Jahleel Addae (CMU) Alex Carder (WMU) Dann O’Neill (WMU)

1973

Gerald Tinker (KSU)

2011

Bob Babich (MIA) Todd Snyder (OU)

1970

Phil Villapiano (BGSU)

Chandler Harnish (NIU) Brandon Brooks (MIA) Evan Rodriquez (Temple) Derek Dennis (Temple)

1968

Roland Moss (UT) Gene Hamlin (WMU)

2010

Nick Bellore (CMU) Brian Lainhart (KSU) Josh Thomas (UB)

1969 1967

Tom Beutler (UT)

1964

Jim Gray (UT)

1967

John Schneider (UT)

1962

Ed Chlebek (WMU) Bob Reynolds (BGSU)

1966

Mike Weger (BGSU)

1961

Pete Joliff (UT)

1961

Jerry Croft (BGSU)

1957

Jim Podoley (CMU) Dave Thelen (MIA)

2009

1960

Joe Dean (OU) Bob Brooks (OU)

1959

Bob Zimpfer (BGSU)

1958

Jerry Colaner (BGSU)

1955

Jack Hecker (BGSU)

Blue-Gray Game Steve Azar (NIU) Michael Gaines (UCF) Luke Salmons (MAR) Butchie Wallace (MAR) Nate McPeek (MAR) Randee Drew (NIU)

1949

Mel Olix (MIA)

2006

Dan Bazuin (CMU) Doug Free (NIU)

1979

Can-Am Bowl Dave Petzke (NIU) Dirk Abernathy (BGSU)

2005

Bruce Gradkowski (UT) Greg Jennings (WMU) Dion Byrum (OU)

1978

Mark Miller (BGSU)

2004

Reggie Hodges (BSU) Nick Kaczur (UT) Scott Mruczkowski (BGSU) Josh Davis (MAR)

2003

1999

Tim Lester (WMU) Charlie Knapp (WMU)

1998

L.J. Shelton (EMU)

1998

Jon McCall, (CMU)

1997

Damian Vaughn (MIA)

1996

O.J. Santiago (KSU) Jason Taylor (UA)

1956

1995

Vashone Adams (EMU) Brian Leaver (BGSU) Rich Yurkiewicz (KSU)

Jack Giroux (BGSU) Tom Dimitroff (MIA)

Coaches’ All-American Game 1975 Mike Franckowiak (CMU)

Greg Kokal (KSU) Larry Faulk (KSU) Darwin Ashley (KSU) 1974

Don Seymour (UT) Mike Franckowiak (CMU) Larry Poole (KSU)

1973

Tony Bell (BGSU) Terry Schmidt (BSU)

2003

David Ashkinaz (UCF) Darius Watts (MAR) Todd Ghilani, (NIU) Jason Babin (WMU)

1969

Mike Siwek (WMU)

1967

Tom Beutler (UT)

2002

Dennis Wendell (BGSU) Chris Crocker (MAR)

1966

Bob Rowe (WMU)

CoLlege All-Star Game 1976 Shafer Suggs (BSU)

2001

Brandon Hicks (BGSU) Max Yates (MAR)

1964

John Frick (OU)

1974

Tony Bell (BGSU)

1999

Dustin Cohen (MIA)

1962

Dick Schulz (OU)

1960

Bernie Casey (BGSU) Dick Grecni (OU)

1946

John Kerns (OU)

1974

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Terry Schmidt (BSU)

1993

Steve Hawkins (WMU)

1971

Phil Villapiano (BGSU)

1999

Jason Strasser (BGSU)

1992

Blaine Bishop (BSU) Mark Szlachicic (BGSU) Lamar Sally (CMU)

1969

John Spilis (NU)

1999

Rogers Beckett (MAR)

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2011

Jordan White (WMU)

1969

Bob Babich (MIA) Todd Snyder (OU)

1969

Ken Crots (UT)

2010

Jaiquawn Jarrett (Temple) Kevin Kowalski (Toledo)

1968

Roland Moss (UT)

1961

Bill Triplett (MIA)

2009

Dan LeFevour (CMU) Taylor Price (OHIO)

1967

Bob Rowe (WMU) John Schneider (UT)

1989

King Classic Kevin Nicholl (CMU)

2008

Larry English (NIU) Louis Delmas (WMU)

1966

Mike Weger (BGSU)

LAS VEGAS CLASSIC 2006 Andy Alleman (UA) Tim Crouch (UA) Luke Getsy (UA) Phil Horvath (NIU)

2007

Kory Lichtensteiger (BGSU) Jason Jones (EMU)

1964

Skip Hoovler (OU) John Frick (OU)

2006

Joe Staley (CMU) Garrett Wolfe (NIU)

1963

Bob Jencks (MIA) Tom Nomina (MIA)

Dustin Cohen (MIA) James Williams (MAR)

2005

Andre Kirkland (KSU)

2005

Martin Nance (MIA) Darrell Hunter (MIA)

1962

Dick Schulz (OU)

1998

L.J. Shelton (EMU)

2004

1961

Jerry Croft (BGSU) JohnLomokowski (WMU)

1998

Steveland Hookfin (OU)

Kent Smith (CMU) Steve Sanders (BG) Charles Sharon (BG) Brian VanAcker (NIU)

2006 2003 2002

Gridiron Classic Chad Upshaw (UB) Mark Graham (UB) Jason Rader (MAR) Jimmy Fryzel (UCF) Elton Patterson (UCF) Asante Samuel (UCF) Mobolaji Afariogun (WMU)

2001

Darnell Hill (NIU)

2000

Robert Sanford (WMU) Cameron Saulsby (NIU)

1999

2007

Hula Bowl Jalen Parmele (UT) Jamey Richard (UB) James Blair (WMU) Jabari Arthur (UA) Kalvin McRae (OU)

2004

Jonathan Goddard (MAR) Nick Kaczur (UT) Adam Kieft (CMU) Dan Sheldon (NIU) Justin Riley (BSU) Adam Johnson (UB) Ryan Schneider (UCF) Jacob Bell, (MIA) Steve Azar (NIU) Chester Taylor (UT) -North Team MVP

2000

Lavel Bailey (UA) Steve Neal (WMU) Kevin Rollins (UT) Robert Sanford (WMU) Alex Sulfsted (MAR) Paul Toviessi (MAR

1999

Doug Chapman (MAR) Dustin Cohen (MIA) Jason Gavadza (KSU)

1998

JoJuan Armour, (MIA)

1998

Eugene Baker (KSU)

1998 1997

1960

Joe Dean (OU) John Murray (UT)

2003

Josh Harris (BG) Jacob Bell (MIA) Michael Turner (NIU)

1956

Roger Siesel (MIA) Tom Troxell (MIA) Jim Podoley (CMU)

2002

Steve Sciullo (MAR) Doug Gabriel (UCF)

1955

Dick Chorovich (MIA)

2000

Ryan Diem (NIU) Sly Johnson (MIA) Dwight Smith (UA)

North-South Shrine Game 1976 Art Best (KSU)

1999

Chad Pennington, (MAR)- MVP Trevor Gaylor (MIA) Travis Prentice (MIA)

1974

Jack Lambert (KSU)

1998

L.J. Shelton (EMU) Jon McCall, (CMU)

1970

Gary Arthur (MIA)

1997

John Wade (MAR)

1969

Jim Corrigall (KSU) Bob Babich (MIA) Todd Snyder (OU)

1996

Jason Taylor (UA) -Def. MVP

1967

Dale Livingston (WMU)

1992

Blaine Bishop (BSU)

1965

Jim Todd (BSU)

1989

Joel Smeenge (WMU)

1959

Bob Zimpfer (BGSU)

1988

Kevin Haverdink (WMU)

1956

Tom Troxell (MIA)

1987

Terry Moss (BSU)

2001

Charlie Frye (UA) Alphonso Hodge (MIA)

2004

2006

2003

2004

2003

Stan Hill (MAR) Joshua Cribbs (KSU) Eric Mahl (KSU) Eugene Childs (WMU) Justin Beriault (BSU) Matt Cherry (UA) Randee Drew (NIU) Brandon Hefflin (UT) Erik Faasen (UT)

North-South classic 2006 Luke Getsy (UA) Chad Upshaw (UB) Jake Nordin (NIU)

Mike Cipa (CMU) Charlie Batch (EMU) Lionel Dalton (EMU) Clarence Love (UT) Jamie Reader (UA)

1996

O.J. Santiago (KSU) Scott Rehberg (CMU)

1995

Tom Nutten (WMU) Brian Pruitt (CMU)

1992

Dan Williams (UT)

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2012

Paradise Bowl Matt Robillard (MIA) Milt Bowen (MIA) Ryan Terry (MIA) Brian Jones (UT) William Bratton (UT) Jermaine Lewis (WMU) Senior Bowl Zac Dysert (MIA) Eric Fisher (CMU) Brian Winters (KSU)

Texas vs. the nation all-star game 2012 Josh Kline (KSU) 2009

Brett Hamlin (UB) Tim Hiller (WMU) Alex Joseph (Temple) Steve Maneri (Temple) Andre Neblett (Temple) Stephen Williams (UT)

2008

Robert Brewster (BSU) Chris Miller (BSU) Drew Willy (UB) Andrew Hartline (CMU) Thomas Lang (EMU) Mark Parson (OU) Terrance Knighton (TU) Tyrell Herbert (UT) Nick Moore (UT) Branden Ledbetter (WMU) Londen Fryar (WMU) Jamarko Simmons (WMU)

Sheldon White (MIA)

2007

James Blair (WMU) Trevor Scott (UB)

1986

Mark Garalczyk (WMU)

2006

T.J. Wright (OU)

1985

John Offerdahl (WMU)

1984

Kim Bowman (CMU)

1981

Mike Hirn (CMU)

1977

Ron Johnson (EMU)

1975

Gene Swick (UT) Shafer Suggs (BSU)

1971

Phil Villapiano (BGSU)

1970

Tom Duncan (UT)

VILLEGAS GRIDIRON CLASSIC 2004

James King (CMU) Chase Blackburn (UA) Brian Atkinson (NIU) Jim Borrieci (UA) Kevin Carberry (OU) Johnathan Goddard (MAR) Alex Haynes (UCF) Kevin Atkins (MAR) Nate Griffin (MAR) Chad Bandiera (KSU)

2003

Steve Azar (NIU) Todd Ghilani, (NIU) Akil Grant (NIU)

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HISTORY AND RECORDS ALL-MAC FIRST TEAM SELECTIONS Akron Brian Wagner, lb, 2011 Chris Kemme, ol, 2008 Jabari Arthur, wr, 2007 Reggie Corner, cb, 2007 Konrad Dean, ol, 2001 Dwight Smith, db, 2000 Kevin Kuntz, ol, 1998 Jason Taylor, lb, 1996 Daron Alcorn, p-pk, 1992 Vic Green, db, 1992

Ball State Zane Fakes, te, 2012 Austin Holtz, ol, 2012 Steven Schott, k, 2012 Jamill Smith, wr, 2012 Willie Snead, wr, 2012 Sean Baker, db, 2011 Aaron Morris, lb, 2011 B.H. Hill, db, 2008 MiQuale Lewis, rb, 2008 Nate Davis, qb, 2008 Dan Gerberry, c, 2008 Robert Brewster, ol, 2007-08 Andre Ramsey, ol, 2008 Darius Hill, te, 2007-08 Dante Love, wr, 2007 Chris Miller, p, 2005-06-07 Dante Ridgeway, wr, 2004 Adell Givens, rb, 2004 Reggie Hodges, p, 2004 Lorenzo Scott, olb, 2003 Justin Beriault, db, 2003-04 Marcus Merriweather, rb, 2001-02 Tony Roush, ol, 1996-95 Brent Locklear, pk, 1996 Aaron Gralak, lb, 1996 Raphael Ball, db, 1996 Cory Gilliard, db, 1996-95 Brad Maynard, p, 1996-94 Damon Hummel, dl, 1996 Keith McKenzie, dl, 1995 Tony Nibbs, rb, 1994 Brian Oliver, wr, 1993 Ted Freeman, te, 1993 Jose Munoz, ol, 1993 Mike Neu, qb, 1993 Mike Blair, tb, 1993 Corey Croom, rb, 1992-91 Henry Hall, ob, 1992-91 Mark Parris, ilb, 1991 Damon Keller, p, 1991 Kenny Stucker, pk, 1991-90 Toby Beegle, olb, 1990 Todd Wright, og, 1990-89 David Riley, qb, 1989 Ralph Wize, dl, 1989 Greg Garnica, lb, 1989 David Haugh, db, 1989 Eugene Riley, te, 1989-88 Bernie Parmalee, rb, 1990-88 Mose Carter, dl, 1988 Tim Walton, lb, 1986 Ron Duncan, te, 1987-86 Ricky George, wr, 1986 Troy Schultz, dt, 1986 John Diettrich, pk, 1986-85 Craig Kantner, c, 1987-85 Rick Chitwood, c, 1983 Dave Naumcheff, wr, 1983 Kelly George, de, 1982 Sel Drain, db, 1982 Craig Newburg, int, 1981 Stevie Nelson, wr, 1981-80 Don Petrosius, g, 1980 Ray Hinton, te, 1980-78 Mark O’Connell, qb, 1980-77-76 Ken Kremer, dt, 1978-77 Rush Brown, dt, 1979-78

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Bill Stahl, db, 1978 Rick Morrison, wr, 1977-76 Maurice Harvey, db, 1977-76 Mitch Hoban, og, 1976-75 Art Yaroch, qb, 1976 Art Stringer, de, 1975 Shafer Suggs, db, 1975 Jim Neddeff, pk, 1975

Bowling Green BooBoo Gates, db, 2012 Gabe Martin, lb, 2012 Chris Jones, dl, 2011-12 Brian Schmeidebusch, p, 2011 Dwayne Woods, lb, 2011 Kamar Jordan, wr, 2010-11 Freddie Barnes, wr, 2009 Dirayl Briggs, dl, 2007-08 Kory Lichtensteiger, c, 2006-07 Devon Parks, dl, 2006 Rob Warren, ol, 2004 Omar Jacobs, qb, 2004 Jovan Burkes, ilb, 2004 Keon Newson, db, 2004 Janssen Patton, db, 2003 P.J.Pope, rb, 2003 Scott Mruczkowski, c, 2003 Robert Redd, wr, 2001-02 Brandon Hicks, dl, 2001 Kevin O’Neill, lb, 1997-96 Derek Schorejs, pk, 1995 Jason Woullard, olb, 1995 Chad Bukey, ol, 1995-94 Greg Cepek, dl, 1995-94 Ronnie Redd, wr, 1994 Ryan Henry, qb, 1994 Brian Leaver, pk, 1994 George Johnson, db, 1994 Vince Palko, ilb, 1994-93 Rameir Martin, wr, 1993 Matt Foley, c, 1993 Zeb Jackson, rb, 1993 Bob Dudley, dl, 1993 Clint Frazier, dl, 1993 Kevin O’Brein, 1992 Artie Mangham, ilb, 1992 Joe Bair, db, 1992 Joe Wyse, ot, 1993-92 Mark Szlachcic, wr, 1992-91 Erik White, qb, 1992-91 Brett Landman, te, 1991 Mark Ross, dl, 1991-90 Terry Wilson, db, 1991-90 Ron Heard, wr, 1989 Cris Shale, p, 1990-89 Reggie Thornton, wr, 1988 Kyle Kramer, db, 1988-87 Joe Foley, de, 1987 John Hunter, olb, 1987-86 Greg Johnson, dt, 1986 Paul Schweitzer, lb, 1986 Mike Estep, og, 1986-85 Greg A. Johnson, p, 1986-85 Stan Hunter, wr, 1985-84 Brian Johnson, c, 1984 Bernard White, rv, 1985-84 Melvin Marshall, db, 1985-84 Mark Dowdell, te, 1984-83 Mark Emans, lb, 1983-82 Martin Bayless, db, 1983-82 Shawn Potts, wr, 1982 Brian McClure, qb, 1985-84-83-82 Andre Young, db, 1982 Jim Phelps, p, 1983-82-81 Bryant Jones, rb, 1981 John Spengler, pk, 1980-79 Todd Gates, dt, 1980 Jeff Groth, wr, 1978 Mike Wright, qb, 1978 John Obrock, ot, 1976

Steve Studer, c, 1975 Dave Preston, rb, 1974 Paul Miles, rb, 1973-72-71 Phil Polak, fb, 1973 John Czerwinski, t, 1972-71 Fred Sturt, g, 1972 Tom Hall, dt, 1972 Dennis Maupin, c, 1971 Phil Villapiano, de, 1970-69 Dave Finley, g, 1970 Joe Green, mg, 1969-68 Bob Zimpfer, fl, 1969 Honester Davidson, db, 1969 Eddie Jones, se, 1968 Charles Burley, lb, 1967 Jamie Rivers, e, 1966-65-64 Dick Wagoner, db, 1966 Mike Weger, db, 1966-65 Heath Wingate, c, 1966-65-64 Tony Fire, t, 1965 Joe Souliere, hb, 1965 Stew Williams, fb, 1965-64 Jay Cunningham hb, 1964-63 Jerry Jones, t, 1964 Tom Reicosky, hb, 1964-63 Jim Wisser, fb, 1964 Bob Reynolds, t, 1962 Gary Sherman, g, 1962-61 Ed Bettridge, c, 1962 Don Lisbon, hb, 1962 Asa Elsea, k, 1962 Dick Newsome, e, 1961 Jerry Croft, t, 1961-60 Jerry Colaner, g, 1960 Ron Blackledge, e, 1959 Bob Zimpfer, t, 1959-56 Bob Colburn, qb, 1959 Bernie Casey, hb, 1959 Ray Reese, g, 1958-57 Tom Colaner, e, 1958 Tim Murnen, g, 1957-56 Larry Baker, t, 1957 Kenneth Russell, t, 1956-55 Harold Peek, c, 1956 Vic DeOrio, hb, 1956 Jack Giroux, fb, 1956 Jack Hecker, e, 1955-54 Fred Koch, t, 1955 Jim Ladd, e, 1953-52 Fred Durig, fb, 1952

BUFFALO Khalil Mack, lb, 2011-12 Branden Oliver, rb, 2011 Domonic Cook, db, 2010 Terrell Jackson, pr sp, 2010 Jesse Rack, te, 2009 Naaman Roosevelt, wr, 2008-09 James Starks, rb, 2008 Davonte Shannon, db, 2007-10

Central Michigan Eric Fisher, ol, 2012 Jahleel Addae, db, 2011 Matt Berning, lb, 2010 Allen Ollenburger, ol, 2009 Antonio Brown, pr, 2008-09 Nick Bellore, ilb, 2008-10 Frank Zombo, dl, 2008-09 Andrew Hartline, ol, 2008 Antonio Brown, wr, 2008-09 Antonio Brown, kr, 2007-08 Ike Brown, olb, 2007 Joe Staley, ol, 2006 Bryan Anderson, wr, 2006, 08 Dan LeFevour, qb, 2006-07, 2009 Red Keith, ilb, 2006-07 Adam Kieft, ol, 2004 Dan Bazuin, dl, 2004-05 Kyle Croskey, ol, 2002

Tedaro France, db, 2001 Reggie Allen, wr, 1998 Jon McCall, dl, 1998 Adam Simonson, te, 1996 Scott Rehberg, ol, 1996 Chad Darnell, qb, 1996 Silas Massey, tb, 1996 Brock Gutierrez, c, 1995 Quincy Writh, db, 1995-94 Jerremy Dunlap, te, 1994 Matt Nastally, ol, 1994 Chris O’Brien, ol, 1994 Brian Pruitt, rb, 1994 Darrell McCaul, ol, 1993 Chuck Selinger, pk, 1993 Mike Kyler, olb, 1993 Marty Malcom, og, 1992 Art Droski, c, 1992 Mike Nettie, dl, 1992-91 James Wyatt, ot, 1991 Ken Ealy, wr, 1990 Paul Jacobson, og, 1990 Jeff Bender, qb, 1990 Billy Smith, tb, 1991-90 Rich Curtiss, lb, 1990 Ken Strong, db, 1990 Ralph Newland, c, 1989 Kevin Nicholl, pk, 1989 J.J. Wierenga, dl, 1990-89 David Johnson, db, 1990-89 Chuck Pellegrini, og, 1988 Donnie Riley, rb, 1989-88 Mark Dennis, olb, 1989-88 Scott Alferink, dl, 1988 John Hood, tb, 1987 Joe Churches, ot, 1987 Chris Wise, lb, 1987 Phil Zielinski, olb, 1987 Howard Young, db, 1987 Brian Williams, ot, 1986 Rodney Stevenson, tb, 1986 Rick Poljan, og, 1986-85 Carl Kloosterman, db, 1985 John DeBoer, wr, 1984 Steve Sklenar, de, 1985-84 Mike Bevier, lb, 1984 Mike Mills, dt, 1983 Kevin Egnatuk, lb, 1983 Pat Brackett, dl, 1984-83 Jim Bowman, db, 1984-83 Chris McKay, og, 1983-82 Curtis Adams, rb, 1984-83-82 Ray Bentley, lb, 1982-81 Mike Hirn, te, 1981 Tony Vitale, t, 1981 Reggie Mitchell, rb, 1981 Bruce Brownie, db, 1981 Kurt Dobronski, de, 1981-80 Robert Jackson,db, 1980-79-78 Marty Smallbone, ot, 1980-79 Joe Maiorana, og, 1980 Chuck Stiver, dl, 1980 Gary Hogeboom, qb, 1979 Mike Ball, wr, 1979 Willie Todd, rb, 1979 Bill White, int, 1979 Tim Hollandsworth, lb, 1979 Tim Sopha, og, 1978-77 Rade Savich, pk, 1978 Wayne Schwalbach, te, 1977-76 Mose Rison, lb, 1977 Vondell Robertson, db, 1977 John Wunderlich, dt, 1976 Ed Rykulski, db, 1976 Mike Szymarek, ot, 1975 Walt Hodges, rb, 1975 John Neuman, dt, 1976 Bill Schmidt, lb, 1975 Jimmy Jones, db, 1975

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HISTORY AND RECORDS ALL-MAC FIRST TEAM SELECTIONS Eastern Michigan Jay Karutz, p, 2012 Daniel Holtzclaw, ilb, 2007 Jason Jones, dl, 2007 Eric Deslauriers, wr, 2006 Andrew Wellock, k, 2004-05-06 David Lusky, ilb, 2003 Anthony Sherrell, rb, 2003 Kevin Walter, wr, 2002 Donald McCall, db, 1999 L.J. Shelton, ol, 1998-97 Lincoln Dupree, dl, 1998 Lional Dalton, dl, 1997-96 Steve Clay, wr, 1995 Barry Stokes, ol, 1995 Charlie Batch, qb, 1995 Yusef Dibbles, olb, 1994 Ron Rice, db, 1994 Walter Campbell, dl, 1993 Richard Palmer, db, 1993-91 Bobby Pandelidis, og, 1991 Steve Brockelbank, ot, 1989 Perry Foster, rb, 1989 Bob Navarro, db, 1989 Tom Menard, db, 1988 Charles Gordon, db, 1987 Ron Adams, qb, 1987 Brian Clouse, og, 1987 Brett Petersmark, c, 1986 Gary Patton, tb, 1987-86 Mike Skiver, db, 1986 Tom Parm, wr, 1979 Ron Johnson, db, 1977-76 Rollie Hanson, og, 1977 Bobby Windom, tb, 1977 Tom Williams, de, 1977

Kent State Dri Archer, rb, 2012 Dri Archer, kor, 2012 Brian Winters, ol, 2012 Roosevelt Nix, dt, 2010-11-12 Brian Lainhart, s, 2009 Cobrani Mixon, lb, 2009-10 Matt Rinehart, p, 2009-10 Colin Ferrell, dl, 2007 Eugene Jarvis, rb, 2007 Dan Muir, dl, 2006 Justin Parrish, dl, 2005 Brian Hallett, ol, 2001 James Harrison, olb, 2001 Jason Gavadza, te, 1999 Astron Whatley, tb, 1997-1996-95 Eugene Baker, wr, 1997 Steve Zahursky, t, 1997 Bob Hallen, g, 1997 Rich Yurkiewicz, olb, 1993 Andy Harmon, dl, 1990 Bert Weidner, dl, 1988 Jamie Howell, db, 1988 Eric Wilkerson, tb, 1988-87 Chip Curtis, c, 1988-87 Eric Dye, wr, 1987 Stuart Sims, db, 1986 Jim Kilbane, wr, 1985 Lee Bullington, dt, 1985 Derrick Samuels, db, 1984 Russ Hedderly, lb, 1981 Charlie Grandjean, db, 1981-80 Jeff Morrow, p, 1979 Mike Zele, dt, 1978-77 Mike McKibben, de, 1978 Tom Jesko, ot, 1977

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Kim Featsent, wr, 1977-76 Paul Marchese, pk, 1977-76 Jack Lazor, lb, 1978-77-76 Glenn Deadmon, dt, 1976 Cedric Brown, db, 1975-74 Larry Poole, rb, 1974-73 Henry Waszczuk, c, 1974 Larry Wiggins, og, 1974 Ken Dooner, te, 1974 Marvin Elliott, de, 1974 Larry Faulk, dt, 1974-73 Garry Pinkel, te, 1973-72 Gerald Tinker, se, 1973 Greg Kokal, qb, 1973 Walt Vrabel, dt, 1973 Jack Lambert, lb, 1973-72 Bernard Harmon, db, 1973 Fred Blosser, c, 1970-69 Jim Corrigall, dt, 1969-68-67 Don Nottingham, hb, 1969 Don Fitzgerald, fb, 1967-66 Lou Harris, db, 1966-67 Bill Landis, 1966 Jon Brooks, g, 1966-65 Pat Gucciardo, db, 1965-64 Willie Asbury, fb, 1965 Ed Musbach, g, 1965 Booker Collins, g, 1964 Dick Merschman, fb, 1962 Bob Gusbar, e, 1960 Dick Mostardo, qb, 1958 Gino Gioia, e, 1956 Luke Owens, t, 1956 Mike Norcia, rb, 1955 Joe Barbee, t, 1954 Jim Cullom,fb, 1953 Al Kilgore, t, 1953-52

UMASS Perry McIntyre, lb, 2012

Miami Nick Harwell, wr, 2011 Dayonne Nunley, db, 2011-12 Trevor Cook, k, 2010 Joe Hudson, ilb, 2008 Jake Richardson, p, 2008 Nate Parseghian, pk, 2008 Clayton Mullins, olb, 2007-08 Ryne Robinson, wr, 2006 Joey Card, db, 2006 Darrell Hunter, db, 2005 Nate Bunce, ol, 2005 Martin Nance, wr, 2005 John Busing, olb, 2005 Terna Nande, olb, 2004 Marcus Johnson, dl, 2004-05 Phil Smith, dl, 2003 Ben Roethlisberger, qb, 2003 Jacob Bell, ol, 2003 Jared Parseghian, pk, 2002 Terrell Jones, ilb, 2001, 2003 Matt Robillard, olb, 2001-02 Paul Thaler, c, 2001 Andy Aracri, dl, 1999 Dustin Cohen, olb, 1998-99 Jay Baker, db, 1998 Mike Bird, ol, 1997-96-95 Damian Vaughn, te, 1997 Travis Prentice, rb, 1997-98-99 Chad Brightman, dl, 1997 JoJuan Armour, lb, 1997-98 Paris Johnson, db, 1997 Jamie Taylor, db, 1997

Kent McCullough, p, 1997 John Scott, k, 1997 Ty King, tb, 1996 Matt Cravens, c, 1996 Dee Osborne, lb, 1996-95-94 Jamie Taylor, db, 1996 Kenyon Harper, ilb, 1995 Johnnie Williams, db, 1995 Deland McCullough, rb, 1995-92 Jeff Chabot, c, 1994 Bill Atha, dl, 1994 Jason Phillips, dl, 1994 David Thomas, db, 1994-93 Gary Layton, p, 1994-93 James Patton, te, 1992 Curt McMillan, ilb, 1992-91 Ron Carpenter, db, 1992-91-90 Jon Wauford, dl, 1991-90 Andy Billman, c, 1990 Chuck Konrad, p, 1988 Gary Gussman, pk, 1987 Pete Mather, lb, 1987 Terry Morris, qb, 1986 Andy Schillinger, wr, 1986 Dave Brown, olb, 1986 Andy Marlatt, dt, 1987-86 Sheldon White, db, 1987-86 Dan Dalrymple, ot, 1986-85 Glen Hirschfeld, te, 1985 George Swarn, rb, 1985 Dave Williams, db, 1982 Jay Peterson, rb, 1981 Brian Pillman, int, 1982-83 Dave Pyles, I, 1981 John Lyons, e, 1981 John Zupancic, int, 1981 Greg Jones, rb, 1981-80 Kent McMcromick, lb, 1980 Don Treadwell, wr, 1980 Dave Crowder, og, 1979 Doug Lantz, c, 1979 Kirk Springs, db, 1978-77 Jack Streicher, ot, 1978-77 Mark Hunter, rb, 1978 Greg Sullivan, de, 1978-77 Jack Glowik, mg, 1977-76 Rob Carpenter, rb, 1976-75 Chuck Benjamin, ot, 1975 Ricky Taylor, te, 1975 Sherman Smith, rb, 1975 Mel Edwards, de, 1975 Jim Feucht, dt, 1975 Ron Zook db, 1975 Mike Biehle, ot, 1974-73 Pat Kief, og, 1974 Dave Druadt, pk, 1974 Brad Cousino, mg, 1974-73 Jay Fry, de, 1974 Chuck Varner, lb, 1974 John Mcvay, db, 1974 Joe Spicer, db, 1974 Jeff Rowlands, p, 1974 Dan Cunningham, c, 1973 Herman Jackson, de, 1973 Bill Blind, de, 1973 Mike Monos, lb, 1973 Dan Rebsch, db, 1973-72 Bob Hitchens, rb, 1972-71 Steve Kovacs, dt, 1972 Doug Krause, mg, 1971 Marc Smith, lb, 1971-70 Tim Raybuck, db, 1971 Mike Palija, e, 1970 Tim Foutney, tb, 1970

Dick Adams, db, 1970-69 Dick Dougherty, dt, 1970 Gary Arthur, e, 1969-68-67 Dave Hutchins, t, 1969-68 Larry Thompson, g, 1969-68 Bob Babich, lb, 1968-67 Dick Boron, db, 1968 Errol Kahoun, dt, 1968 Merv Nugent, dt, 1968 Bob Reiber, lb, 1968 Dave Tsaloff, g, 1967-66 Paul Krasula, c, 1967 Al Moore, hb, 1967-65 Bob Smith, db, 1967-66 Bruce Matte, qb, 1966-65 Joe Kozar, fb, 1966 John Erisman, e, 1966-65 John Shafer, t, 1966 Tom Stillwagon, c, 1965 Gary Durchik, e, 1965 Ed Philpott, t, 1965 Jim Bright, lb, 1965 Ernie Kellerman, qb, 1964-63 Dave Mallory, g, 1963 Tom Longsworth, fb, 1963 Bob Jencks, e, 1962 Tom Nomina, t, 1962-61 Scott Tyler, hb, 1962 Bill Triplett, fb, 1961 John Moore, hb, 1960 Jerry Nowell, e, 1958 Gary Cobb, g, 1959-58 Ron Kackc, t, 1958 Ed Hill, g, 1958 Harold Williams, hb, 1958 Mack Yoho, e, 1957 Pat Orloff, g, 1957 Jim Wahlke, c, 1957 Dave Thelen, fb, 1957-56 Bill Mallory, e, 1956 Tom Dimitroff, qb, 1956-55 Dean Porter, fb, 1956 Pres Bliss, e, 1955 Roger Siesel, t, 1955 Russ Giganti, g, 1955 Dick Mattern, c, 1955 Tirrel Burton, hb, 1955 Mel Baker, e, 1954 Tom Jones, t, 1954-53-52 Stan Jones, g, 1954 Dick Hunter, qb, 1954 Bob Wallace, hb, 1954 Ralph Zurbrugg, g, 1953 Tom Pagna, hb, 1953-52 John Mcvay, c, 1952 Al Sanders, g, 1952 Lloyd Williams, g, 1952 John Pont, hb, 1951-50-49 Jay Fry, g, 1951 Clive Rush, e, 1951 Don Green, t, 1951-50 Jim Bailey, e, 1951-50 Doc Urich, e, 1950-49-48 Dale Doland, g, 1950 Ernie Plank, t, 1949 Jack Bickel, hb, 1949 John Weaver, t, 1948-47 Mel Olix, qb, 1948-47 Paul Shoults, hb, 1948 Bill Hoover, e, 1947 Paul Dietzel, c, 1947 Ara Parseghian, hb, 1947

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HISTORY AND RECORDS ALL-MAC FIRST TEAM SELECTIONS Northern Illinois Alan Baxter, dt, 2012 Jordan Lynch, qb, 2012 Martel Moore, wr, 2012 Jimmie Ward, db, 2012 Mathew Sims, k, 2011 Chandler Harnish, qb, 2010-11 Trevor Olson, ol, 2010-11 Sean Progar, dl, 2010, 2012 Chris Smith, db, 2010 Scott Wedige, c, 2010-11 Eddie Adamski, c, 2009 Jason Onyebuagu, ol, 2009 Chad Spann, rb, 2009-10 Larry English, dl, 2006-07-08 Ray Smith, db, 2005 Quince Holman, 2005 Sam Hurd, wr, 2005 Ben Leuck, ol, 2005 Doug Free, ol, 2005-06 Javan Lee, ib, 2004 Garrett Wolfe, rb, 2004-05-06 Brian VanAcker, c, 2004-05 Linonel Hickenbottom, db, 2004 Brad Cieslak, te, 2004 Jake VerStraete, ol, 2003-04 P.J. Fleck, wr, 2003 Brian Atkinson, olb, 2003-04 Vinson Reynolds, dl, 2003 Tim Vincent, ol, 2002 Michael Turner, rb, 2002-03 Travis Moore, dl, 2002, 2004 Randee Drew, db, 2002-03 Steve Azar, pk, 2001, 2003 Vince Thompson, db, 2001-02 McCallister Collins, c, 2000 Justin McCareins, wr, 2000 Thomas Hammock, rb, 2000-01 Larry Williams, olb, 2000-02 Jermaine Hampton, db, 2000 Kent Baker, pk, 1999 Ryan Diem, ol, 1999-00 Doug Bartlett, dt, 1985 Scott Kellar, dt, 1984 Todd Peat, og, 1985-84 Todd Van Keppel, p, 1984 Scott Bolzan, ot, 1983 Darryl Richardson, rb, 1983 Vince Scott, pk, 1983 Jeff Sanders, db, 1983 Brian Glasgow, te, 1982 Rich Barrent, og, 1982 Pete Roth, rb, 1982 Max Gill, int, 1982 Mike Chelovich, g, 1981 Mike Terna, lb, 1980 Dave Petway, db, 1980 Steve Claussen, de, 1979 Frank Lewandoski, lb, 1979-77 Randy Clark, c, 1979-78 Dave Petzke, wr, 1978 Jim Hannula, p, 1978 Bob Gregolunas, lb, 1975

Ohio Joe Flading, ol, 2010-11 Chris Garrett, kr sp, 2009 Lee Renfro, lb, 2009 Matt Weller, pk, 2009 Michael Braunstein, pk, 2007 Matt Miller, ol, 2007 Matt Coppage, ol, 2006 T.J. Wright, db, 2006 Dion Byrum, db, 2005

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Vince Costello, lb, 1952 John Turk, lb, 1952 Tom Asani, db, 1952 Al Schneider, t, 1951-50-49 Ed Roberts, hb, 1951 Milt Taylor, g, 1949 John Marco, e, 1948 Ed Zednik, g, 1947

Toledo David Fluellen, rb, 2012 Zac Kerin, c, 2012 Dan Molls, lb, 2012 Bernard Reedy, wr, 2012 Bernard Reedy, pr, 2012 Jermaine Robinson, db, 2012 Eric VanDerMeulen, ol, 2011 Desmond Marrow, db, 2011 Eric Page, pr sp., 2011 Eric Page, wr, 2010-11 Eric Page, kr sp., 2010-11 Stephen Williams, wr, 2009 Chris Hopkins, wr, 2006 Jalen Parmele, rb, 2006-07 Keon Jackson, db, 2005 Barry Chruch, db, 2006-07-08-09 Mike Alston, olb, 2005-06 Trinity Dawson, rb, 2005 Bruce Gradkowski, qb, 2005 John Greco, ol, 2005-06-07 Patrick Body, db, 2004 Lance Moore, wr, 2003-04 Andrew Clarke, te, 2003 Chris Tuminello, ol, 2002 Nick Kaczur, ol, 2002-04 Tom Ward, ilb, 2002 David Gardner, ilb, 2002 David Bockmore, dl, 2001 Jim Harding, ol, 2000 Tavares Bolden, qb, 2000 DeJuan Goulde, dl, 1999-00 Todd France, pk, 2000 Ira Singleton, olb, 2000 Chester Taylor, rb, 1999-00-01 Colin Westrich, ol, 1998-99 Jason Lamar, ilb, 1998-99 Dwayne Harris, rb, 1997 Jason Richards, dl, 1997 Marcus Matthews, lb, 1997 Clarence Love, db, 1997 Mark Heron, db, 1996 Steve Rosi, te, 1995 Wausean Tait, rb, 1995 Steve Haynes, dl, 1995 Casey McBeth, rb, 1994-92 Maurice Bulls, dl, 1992 Marcus Goodwin, wr, 1992-91 Andy McCollum, og, 1992-91 Dan Williams, dl, 1992-91 Darren Anderson, db, 1991 Albert Thigpen, c, 1991 Matt Eberflus, olb, 1991-90 Jerry Evans, te, 1990 Craig Kuligowski, ot, 1990-89 George Linberger, og, 1988 Rick Isaiah, wr, 1990-89 Roland Tatum, olb, 1989 Doug Spidel, dl, 1989 Todd Olson, og, 1988 Mlks McCreary, olb, 1988 Bruce Nichols, pk, 1988 Ken Moyer, ot, 1988-87 Paul Sandor, dt, 1987 Kelvin Farmer, tb, 1986

Steve Huffman, lb, 1986 Harold McGuire, db, 1986-85 Bob Beemer, de, 1985 Tim Inglis, lb, 1985 Steve Morgan, rb, 1984 Brent Williams, dt, 1985 Steve Hoyt, de, 1984 Brian Vehar, ot, 1984-83 John Berlan, og, 1984-83 Mike Russell, de, 1983 Mark Brandon, db, 1984-83 Chuck Towland, ot, 1982 Tony Lee, pk, 1982 Darryl Meadows, de, 1982 Kavid Menefee, g, 1981 Mike Kennedy, db, 1981-80 Jim Conroy, de, 1978 Dave Hausfeld, db, 1977 Gene Swick, qb, 1975-74-73 Don Seymour, te, 1974 John Ross, se, 1974 Ed Scott, lb, 1974 Keith Young, g, 1973 Randy Whately, wr, 1973 Jeff Calabrese, wr, 1972 Bruce Arthur, qb, 1972 Joe Schwartz, rb, 1972-71 Willie Duke, dt, 1972 Pete Alsup, db, 1972 Chuck Ealey, qb, 1971-70-69 Don Fair, wr, 1971-70 Al Baker, e, 1971 Bob Rose, de, 1971-70 Mel Long, dt, 1971-70-69 John Niezgoda, lb, 1971-70-69 Gary Hinkson, db, 1971-70 John Saunders, db, 1971 Charlie Cole, fb, 1970 Bob Caverly, g, 1970 Ken Wilson, t, 1970 Steve Schnitkey, mg, 1970 Tom Duncan, db, 1970 Jim Rance, t, 1969 Tony Harris, hb, 1969 Ken Crots, k, 1969-68 Jim Tyler, de, 1969 Curtis Johnson, db, 1969-68 Roland Moss, hb, 1968-67 Mel Miller, g, 1968 Mel Tucker, de, 1968-67 Tom Beutler, mg, 1967-66-65 John Schneider, qb, 1967 Paul Elzey, lb, 1967 Ray Hayes, dt, 1967 Pete Kramer, e, 1967 John Brown, g, 1967 Don Wyper, t, 1967 John Flynn, db, 1967 Barry Sneed, lb, 1966 Steve Erickson, g, 1965 Fred Zimmerman, de, 1965 Jim Gray, db, 1964 Wynn Lembright, t, 1963 Frank Baker, hb, 1961 Bob Smith, e, 1960 Occie Burt, hb, 1958 Frank Haladik, e, 1958 Gene Cook, e, 1957 Roy Hodge, e, 1957 Clayton Umbles, g, 1956 George Machoukas, c, 1954 Mel Triplett, fb, 1954 Dick Gordon, t, 1952 Rick Kaser, hb, 1952

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George Bullock, db, 1980 Alton Laupp, p, 1980 Mark Lootens, og, 1979 Matt Murphy, int, 1979 Eric Manns, lb, 1979-78 Jerome Persell, tb, 1978-77-76 Dave Bordine, og, 1978 Pat Hume, db, 1978 Rocco Moore, ot, 1976 Mike Sitko, c, 1976 Dave Gapinski, db, 1976 Dom Riggio, lb, 1973-72 Mike Carter, db,. 1973 Ron Karlis, db, 1972 Dan Arbour, de, 1972 Fred Hicks, c, 1972 Larry Cates, hb, 1972-71 Larry Ulmer, g, 1972-71 Bernard Thomas, dt, 1972-71 Bill Slater, de, 1971 Tom Elias, lb, 1971-70 Vern Davis, db, 1970 Roger Lawson, fb, 1970 Greg Flaska, e, 1970 Keith Volk, g, 1969 Mike Siwek, dt, 1969 Dave Hudson, db, 1968-67 Jerry Collins, de, 1968-67 Gene Hamlin, c, 1967 Dale Livingston, k, 1967-66 Bob Rowe, dt, 1966 Marty Barski, db, 1965 Ken Moon, d, 1964 Chuck Liedtke, g, 1963 Ed Chlebek, qb, 1961 Dennis Holland, e, 1961 John Lomokowski, t, 1960 Lovell Coleman, hb, 1958 Floyd Stollsteimer, db, 1952-51 Tom Morris, db, 1951 Pat Clysdale, e, 1949 Chuck Schoolmaster, c, 1949-48

Former MAC Members All-MAC First Team Selections Butler Jack Murhpy, t, 1948 Francis Moriarty, hb, 1948

Cincinnati Bill Shalosky, g, 1950-52 Don Grammer, t, 1952 Gene Rossi, qb, 1950-52 Dom DelBene, hb, 1952 Terry Boyle, dg, 1952 Don Fritz, de, 1952 Dick Goist, db, 1952 Glenn Sample, db, 1951-52 Dick Jarvis, e, 1951 Frank Middendorf, c, 1950-51 Andy Matto, t, 1951 Jim Dougherty, fb, 1948-51 Bob Stratton, db, 1950-51 Jim Kelly, e, 1949-50 Lee Hasinger, g, 1949 Tom O’Mailey, qb, 1949 John Vilkowski, g, 1947-48 Dick Langenbeck, t, 1947 Roger Stephens, hb, 1947

Marshall Jamus Martin, dl, 2003 Curtis Head, p, 2002 Chris Crocker, db, 2001 Josh Davis, wr, 2001 Greg Kellett, te, 2001 Byron Leftwich, qb, 2001-02 Nathan McPeek, ol, 2001, 2003 Steve Sciuilo, ol, 2001-02 Ralph Street, dl, 2001 Darius Watts, wr, 2001-03 Jimmy Parker, dl, 2000 Max Yates, ilb, 2000-01 Maurice Hines, db, 1999-2000 Paul Toviessi, dl, 1999-00 John Grace, lb, 1999 Jimmy Cabellos, ol, 1999-2000 Nate Poole, wr, 1999-2000 James Williams, wr, 1999 Jason Starkey, c, 1999 Mike Guilliams, ol, 1998-99 Doug Chapman, tb, 1998-99 Girardie Mercer, dl, 1998-99 Ricky Hall, dl, 1998 Rogers Beckett, db, 1998-99 Daninelle Derricott, db, 1998-2000 John Wade, c, 1997 Lavorn Colclough, wr, 1997-98

Randy Moss, wr, 1997 Chad Pennington, qb, 1997-98-99 B.J. Cohen, dl, 1997 Larry McCloud, lb, 1997 Andy Socha, rb, 1966 Tom Good, lb, 1964-65 Jim Cure, e, 1962-64 Jack Mahone, rb, 1964 Bill Winter, lb, 1964 Larry Coyer, db, 1964 Mike Hicks, t, 1963 Rucker Wickline, c, 1961 Millard Fleming, rb, 1961 Bob Wagner, qb, 1957 Cagle Curtis, hb, 1957 Bob McCollins, g, 1955 Len Hellyer, hb, 1955 Albie Maier, g, 1954

TeMPLE Pat Boyle, ol, 2011 Bernard Pierce, rb, 2011 Elisha Joseph, dl, 2010 Evan Rodriquez, te, 2010-11 Jaiquawn Jarrett, db, 2009-10 Elijah Joseph, lb, 2009 Colin Madison, ol, 2009-10 Darrius Morris, ol, 2009-10 Andre Neblett, dl, 2009 Bernard Pierce, rb, 2009-10 Adrian Robinson, dl, 2009-10-11 Muhammad Wilkerson, dl, 2009-10 Terrance Knighton, dl, 2008

University of Central Florida Elton Patterson, dl, 2002 Asante Samuel, db, 2002 Atari Bigby, db, 2002-03

Western Reserve Dick Delaney, e, 1952 Al Feeney, de, 1951-52 Harold Carroll, db, 1952 Len Corbin, db, 1952 Ed Lewis, g, 1948 Cass Sisler, e, 1947 Warren Lahr, hb, 1947

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HISTORY AND RECORDS ALL-MAC SECOND TEAM & THIRD TEAM/HONORABLE MENTION SELECTIONS Akron All-MAC Second Team Shawn Lemon, dl, 2010 Miguel Graham, db, 2009 Brian Wagner, lb, 2009 Kevin Grant, ilb, 2008 Almondo Seweell, dl, 2007 Brion Stokes, olb, 2007 Chris Kemme, ol, 2006-07 David Harvey, wr, 2006 Dennis Kennedy, rb, 2006, 08 Kiki Gonzalez, dl, 2005 Brion Stokes, olb, 2005 Domenik Hixon, wr, 2005 Charlie Frye, qb, 2004 Brett Biggs, rb, 2004-05 Matt Cherry, wr, 2003 Rickey McKenzie, db, 2003 Jason Swiger, pk, 2003 Chase Blackburn, lb, 2003 Zac Derr, pk, 2001 Lavel Bailey, wr, 2000 Konrad Dean, ol, 2000 Brandon Payne, rb, 2000 James Washington, qb, 2000 Dan Wessman, ol, 1999 Ron Smith, dt, 1999 Dwight Smith, db, 1999 Greg Lomax, rb, 1998 Dan Wessman, ol, 1998 Andre McCray, fs, 1996 Bruce Keys, ilb, 1992 Chris Owens, db, 1992 All-MAC THIRD Team Marquelo Suel, wr, 2012 Jalil Carter, db, 2009 Dashan Miller, kr sp., 2009 Almondo Sewell, dl, 2009 Corey Woods, dl, 2009 Bryan Williams, db, 2008 Andre Jones, wr, 2008 Deryn Bowser, wr, 2008 Almondo Sewell, dl, 2008-09 Bryan Williams, kr, 2007-08 Bryan Williams, rb, 2007 Kevin Grant, ilb, 2007 John Mackey, db, 2007 All-MAC Honorable Mention Luke Getsy, qb, 2006 Jay Rohr, ilb, 2005 Mike Brake, te, 2003 Nate Boyd, lb, 1996-97 Lew Lawhorn, wr, 1995 Symeon Floyd, lb, 1994 Brett Hrvinak, te, 1993 Morris Cosey, dl, 1993 Eric Agosti, c, 1993

Ball State All-MAC Second Team Jonathon Newsome, de, 2012 Keith Wenning, qb, 2012 Travis Freeman, lb, 2011-12 Jordan Hansel, ol, 2011 Nate Ollie, dl, 2011 Briggs Orsbon, wr, 2011 Jalil Smith, pr sp., 2011 Sean Baker, db, 2010 Ian McGarvey, k, 2010 Eric Williams, kr sp., 2010 Robert Eddins, lb, 2009-10 MiQuale Lewis, rb, 2009 B.J. Hill, pr, 2008 Chris Miller, p, 2008 Brandon Crawford, dl, 2008-09 Nate Davis, qb, 2007 Bryant Haines, ilb, 2007

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Art Yaroch, qb, 1975 Mike Lecklider, db, 1975 Kurt Humes, lb, 1975 All-MAC THIRD Team Jahwan Edwards, rb, 2012 Jordan Hansel, ol, 2012 Cam Lowry, ol, 2012 Nate Ollie, dt, 2012 Eric Patterson, db, 2012 Jamill Smith, kor, 2012 Jamill Smith, pr, 2012 Scott Kovanda, p, 2011 Jason Pinkston, db, 2010 Michael Switzer, ol, 2010 Eric Williams, rb, 2010 Trey Buice, db, 2008 Bryant Haines, ilb, 2008 Brandon Crawford, dl, 2007 Alex Knipp, db, 2007 All-MAC Honorable Mention Darius Hills, te, 2006 LeAndre Moore, rb, 1998 Dane Wheeler, te, 1996 Brent Baldwin, qb, 1996 Brian Williams, dl, 1996 Grant Gray, db, 1996 Jeff Phelps, olb, 1996 Grant Gray, db, 1995 Mike LeSure, wr, 1991 Carl Kendrick, dl, 1991 Frank Barnes, te, 1990 Robert Glover, db, 1990 Sean Jones, wr, 1989 Ted Ashburn, c, 1988 Todd Wright, og, 1988 Ted Ashburn, c, 1987 Greg Garnica, lb, 1987 Dominique Galloway, olb, 1986 Wade Kosakowski, qb, 1986 Steve Dennis, og, 1985 Brad Saar, lb, 1984 Jay Neal, rb, 1984 Reid Willen, db, 1983 Reid Willen, db, 1983

Bowling Green All-MAC Second Team Jordan Roussos, ol, 2012 Brian Schmiedebusch, p, 2012 BooBoo Gates, kr sp., 2011 Eugene Cooper, pr sp., 2010 Dwayne Woods, lb, 2010 Bryan Wright, p, 2010 Jimmy Scheidler, te, 2009 Drew Nystrom, ol, 2007 P.J. Mahone, db, 2007 Terrel White, ilb, 2006 Omar Jacobs, qb, 2005 Terrill Mayberry, db, 2005 Charles Sharon, wr, 2005 Derrick Markay, ol, 2005 P.J. Pope, rb, 2004 Scott Mruczkowski, c, 2004 Kory Lichtensteiger, ol, 2004-05 Shaun Suisham, pk, 2004 Josh Harris, qb, 2003 Mitchell Crossley, de, 2003-04 Dennis Wendel, ol, 2002 Chris Haneline, lb, 2002 Alex Glantzis, dl, 2002 Janssen Patton, cb, 2002 Khary Campbell, lb, 2001 Janssen Patton, cb, 2001 Brandon Hicks, dl, 2000 Rob Fehrman, ol, 1999 Joe O’Neill, lb, 1999 Kurt Gerling, wr, 1998 Andy Pollock, p, 1998

Damron Hamilton, wr, 1997 Courtney Davis, rb, 1996 Dan King, dl, 1996 Rameir Martin, wr, 1994 Trevor Stover, te, 1994 Jason Peters, ol, 1994 Charlie Williams, db, 1994 Lee Boyer, olb, 1993 Steve Rodriguez, db, 1993 Brad Long, te, 1992 LeRoy Smith, rb, 1992 Bob Dudley, dl, 1992 Carlos Brooks, db, 1992 Ken Burress, db, 1992 Nick Sims, og, 1991 LeRoy Smith, rb, 1991 Kevin O’Brien, lb, 1991 Paul Harris, dl, 1991 Carlos Brooks, db, 1991 Pat Jackson, te, 1990 Keith Pace, lb, 1990 Duane Crenshaw, lb, 1990 Rich Dackin, qb, 1989 Reggie Thornton, wr, 1989 Cris Shale, p, 1988 Rich Dackin, qb, 1987 Mike Otten, rb, 1987 Ray Redd, db, 1987 Reggie Thornton, wr, 1987 Mark Nelson, ot, 1986 Joe Foley, lb, 1986 Kyle Kramer, db, 1986 Greg Meehan, wr, 1985 Mark Nelson, ot, 1985 Dave Bittner, og, 1985 Eric Helgesen, c, 1985 George Schmelzle, rb, 1985 Paul Silvi, pk, 1985 Chris Hartman, lb, 1985 Vince Villanucci, dl, 1985 Mike Foor, dl, 1985 Troy Dawson, lb, 1985 Dean Bryson, db, 1985 Greg King, og, 1984 Shawn Simms, de, 1984 Joe Prchlik, mg, 1984 Troy Dawson, lb, 1984 Greg A. Johnson, p, 1984 Stan Hunter, wr, 1983 Melvin Marshall, db, 1983 Greg King, og, 1982 John Meek, te, 1982 Chip Otten, tb, 1982 Greg Taylor, wr, 1982 Stu Tolle, dt, 1982 Pat Kennedy, de, 1981 Jac Tomasello, db, 1981 Craig Valentine, dt, 1981 Martin Bayless, db, 1980 Dean Hull, og, 1980 Dan Shetler, wr, 1980 Bob Harris, ot, 1979 Dan Shetler, wr, 1979 Tim Ross, de, 1979 Dirk Abernathy, db, 1978 Greg Kampe, db, 1977 Jack Williams, dt, 1977 Doug Smith, og, 1977 Jeff Groth, wr, 1977 Jeff Groth, se, 1976 Mark Miller, qb, 1976 Dave Preston, rb, 1976 Alex Prosak, dt, 1976 Greg Kampe, db, 1976 Dan Saleet, fb, 1975 Dave Preston, tb, 1975 Gene Jones, ot, 1975 Dave Brown, mg, 1975

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HISTORY AND RECORDS ALL-MAC SECOND TEAM & THIRD TEAM/HONORABLE MENTION SELECTIONS Sherrill Jackson, db, 1975 Steve Studer, c, 1974 Dave Kulik, g, 1974 Gene Jones, t, 1974 Dave Brown, mg, 1974 Bill Whidden, de, 1974 Jim Reynolds, lb, 1974 Art Thompson, db, 1974 Roger Wallace, se, 1973 John Jacquot, t, 1973 Kevin Taylor, de, 1973 Tom Hall, dt, 1973 John Villapiano, lb, 1972 Earl Hargrove, mg, 1972 Myron Wilson, db, 1972 Bill Pittman, wb, 1972 Phil Polak, fb, 1972 Greg Meczka, te, 1972 Jerry Fields, fb, 1971 Fred Sturt, g, 1971 Larran Meador, dt, 1971 Julius Livas, db, 1971 Bob Simmons, lb, 1970 Tom Merlitti, lb, 1970 Lawrence Kelly, s, 1970 Carl Battershell, t, 1969 Dave Finley, g, 1969 Vern Wireman, qb, 1969 Tom Lloyd, t, 1969 Bob Simmons, lb, 1969 Larry Watson, c, 1968 Tom Standring, e, 1968 Dave Reese, t, 1968 Dennis Zolciak, lb, 1968 Dave Polak, lb, 1968 Jerry Machovina, hb, 1968 Joe Green, mg, 1967 Dennis Zolciak, lb, 1967 Eddie Jones, e, 1966 Henry Orr, t, 1966 Roger Schmidt, g, 1966 Joe Siesel, lb, 1966 Dave Seiter, e, 1966 Joe Souliere, s, 1966 Tom Sims, e, 1963 Bill Violet, g, 1963 Jim Wisser, fb, 1963 Jay Cunningham, hb, 1962 Bob Reynolds, t, 1961 Jim Potts, qb, 1961 Russ Hepner, hb, 1961 Roger Reynolds, hb, 1961 Lou Youskievicz, c, 1961 Bob Bird, t, 1960 Jim Potts, qb, 1960 Don Lisbon, hb, 1960 Chuck Ramsey, g, 1959 Russ Hepner, hb, 1959 Jerry Dianiska, fb, 1959 Jerry Roberts, e, 1958 Bob Colburn, qb, 1958 Bob Ramlow, hb, 1958 Harold Furcron, hb, 1958 Don Nehlen, qb, 1957 Vic DeOrio, hb, 1957 Bob Ramlow, hb, 1957 Don Nehlen, qb, 1956 Tim Murnen, g, 1955 Jim Bryan, qb, 1955 Carlos Jackson, hb, 1955 Tom Kisselle, e, 1955 Tom Kisselle, e, 1954 Bill Bradshaw, qb, 1953 All-MAC THIRD Team Alex Bayer, te, 2012 Dominic Flewellyn, ol, 2012 Ted Ouellet, dl, 2012 Cam Truss, db, 2012

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Dwayne Woods, lb, 2012 Ben Bojicic, c, 2011 Willie Geter, rb, 2010 Chris Jones, dl, 2010 Shane Steffy, ol, 2009 Nick Iovinelli p, 2008 Tyler Sheehan, qb, 2007, 2009 Freddie Barnes, wr, 2007 Sinisa Vrvilo, pk, 2007 Antonio Smith, db, 2007 All-MAC Honorable Mention Daniel Sayles, olb, 2004 Tony Holcomb, te, 1998 Doug Dorley, c, 1998 Andy Pollack, p, 1996 Keylan Cates, rb, 1995 Trevor Stover, te, 1995 Kevin O’Neill, ilb, 1995 Andy Tracy, p, 1995 Brian Leaver, pk, 1992 Brian Sherman, c, 1991 Mike Calcagno, ilb, 1991 Dave Dielinski, db, 1990-91 Kyle Hockman, te, 1989 Jack Coppess, dl, 1987 Gerald Bayless, te, 1985-86 Brian Johnson, c, 1983 Darryl Story, rb, 1983 Gehad Youssef, pk, 1983 Troy Dawson, de, 1983 Shawn Potts, wr, 1981 John Park, te, 1980 Mark Prchlik, c, 1980

Buffalo All-MAC Second Team Steven Means, dl, 2012 Alex Neutz, wr, 2012 Marcus Rivers, wr, 2011 Paul Bittner, ol, 2009 Jeff Niedermier, ol, 2008 Mike Newton, db, 2008-09 Jamey Richard, c, 2007 Trevor Scott, dl, 2007 James Starks, rb, 2006-07 Drew Haddad, wr, 1999 Brandon Shaughnessy, te, 2000 Craig Rohlfs, fs, 2001 Mark Graham, db, 2003 All-MAC THIRD Team Terrell Jackson, pr sp., 2011 Brett Hamlin, wr, 2009 Justin Winters, olb, 2008 Jeff Niedermier, ol, 2007 Naaman Roosevelt, wr, 2007 Kareem Byrom, olb, 2007 Larry Hutchinson, olb, 2007 All-MAC Honorable Mention Chad Bartoszek, te, 2001 Duane Williams, olb, 2000

Central Michigan All-MAC Second Team Jahleel Addae, db, 2012 Titus Davis, wr, 2012 Zurlon Tipton, rb, 2012 David Blackburn, te, 2011 Jeff Maddux, ol, 2010 Cody Wilson, wr, 2010 Josh Gordy, db, 2009 Colin Miller, c, 2009-10 Dan LeFevour, qb, 2008 Bryan Anderson, wr, 2007, 2009 Antonio Brown,wr, 2007 Drew Mormino, c, 2006 Andrew Hartline, ol, 2006-07 Eric Tunney, ol, 2006 Steve Friend, dl, 2006

Tony Mikulec, p, 2006 Doug Kress, ilb, 2006 Isaac Brown, olb, 2005 Thomas Keith, ilb, 2005 Jeff Jenerou, ol, 2005 James King, olb, 2004 Jerry Seymour, hb, 2003 James King, db, 2003 Adam Kieft, ot, 2003 Robbie Mixon, hb, 2002 Terrence Jackson, hb, 2001 Anders Hill, c, 2001 Brian Leigeb, db, 2000 Eric Flowers, tb, 1999 Tedaro France, cb, 1998 Eric Flowers, tb, 1998 Reggie Allen, fl, 1997 Rollie Ferris, og, 1997 Jonathan McCall, dt, 1997 Rollie Ferris, og, 1996 Calvin Massenberg, mg, 1996 Brad Blasy, pk, 1995 Bryan Carpenter, og, 1995 Silas Massey, tb, 1995 Scott Rehberg, ot, 1995 Erik Timpf, qb, 1994 Tim Banks, db, 1994 D.J. Reid, wr, 1993 Joe Youngblood, qb, 1993 Brian Pruitt, rb, 1993 Tim Banks, db, 1993 Greg Sherwin, ot, 1992 Brian Pruitt, rb, 1992 Mike Kyler, olb, 1992 Ken Ealy, wr, 1991 Art Droski, c, 1991 Chuck Selinger, pk, 1991 Kevin Rich, olb, 1991 Todd Reynolds, ilb, 1991 Darrall Stinson, db, 1991 Dennis Nicholl, p, 1991 Joe Connolly, fb, 1990 Jason Wilkie, dl, 1990 Art Droski, c, 1990 Clarence Rose, ilb, 1990 Todd Winters, p, 1989 Rich Curtiss, ilb, 1989 Mark Hopkins, te, 1989 David Basirico, og, 1989 Durand Robinson, db, 1988 David Johnson, db, 1988 George Ricumstrict, ilb, 1988 Craig Allen, olb, 1988 John Hood, tb, 1988 Mark Hopkins, te, 1988 Mike Dillon, og, 1987 Bob Stebbins, te, 1987 Kevin Nicholl, pk, 1987 Scott Alferink, dl, 1987 Brian Williams, ot, 1985 Mike Kenealy, db, 1984 Bob DeMarco, qb, 1984 Terry Goodell, og, 1984 Dean Darby, ot, 1983 Terry Goodell, og, 1983 Ray Bowles, db, 1983 Jim Bowman, db, 1982 John Johnson, ng, 1982 Mike Fitzsimmons, de, 1982 Paul Fate, c, 1982 Joe Maiorana, og, 1981 Bret Hyble, lb, 1981 Willie Todd, 1980 Michael Simpson, db, 1980 Rick Waters, db, 1979 Darryl Tucker, tb, 1979 Kurt Cheesbro, og, 1979 Bryan Gross, lb, 1978

Bill White, dt, 1978 Willie Todd, rb, 1978 Brian Blank, se, 1978 Chuck Harbin, ot, 1978 Denny Starnes, lb, 1977 Larry Hall, de, 1977 Rade Savich, pk, 1977 Mike Gray, rb, 1977 Bob Crowell, ot, 1977 John Kloc, og, 1976 Mike Gray, rb, 1976 Rade Savich, pk, 1976 Steve Knickerbocker, de, 1976 Wes Gamble, c, 1975 John Kloc, og, 1975 All-MAC THIRD Team Cody Wilson, wr, 2012 Titus Davis, wr, 2011 Eric Fisher, ol, 2011 Cody Wilson, wr, 2011 Jahleel Addae, db, 2010 Vince Agnew, db, 2010 Cody Wilson, pr sp, 2010 Larry Knight, dl, 2009 Greg Wojt, ol, 2008 Andrew Aguila, pk, 2008 Sean Murnane, dl, 2008-10 Eric Tunney, ol, 2007 Justin Hopkins, rb, 2007 Steven Friend, dl, 2007 All-MAC Honorable Mention Ontario Sneed, rb, 2005 Darvin Lewis, ilb, 2000 Mike Cipa, c, 1998 Jason Gold, ilb, 1998 Jim Kozlowski, c, 1996 Lamar Sally, dl, 1992 Joe Youngblood, qb, 1992 Darian McKinney, te, 1991 Greg Sherwin, ot, 1991 Jeff Bender, qb, 1991 Jason Wilkie, dl, 1991 Art Droski, c, 1990 Clarence Rose, ilb, 1990 Jeff Bender, qb, 1988 J.J. Wierenga, dl, 1988 Joe Kellogg, db, 1987 Eric Reed, wr, 1987 Scott Alferink, dl, 1986 Chris Wise, ilb, 1986 Rich Baskins, te, 1985 Kevin Northup, qb, 1980 Novo Bojovic, k, 1980

Eastern Michigan All-MAC Second Team Justin Cudworth, lb, 2012 Garrett Hoskins, te, 2012 Andy Mulumba, dl, 2012 Brad Ohrman, dl, 2011 Zach Johnson, p, 2009 Daniel Holtzclaw, ilb, 2008 T.J. Lang, ol, 2008 Jacory Stone, wr, 2008 Pierre Walker, rb, 2007 Jason Jones, dl, 2006 Kevin Howe, dl, 2005 Rontrell Woodruff, db, 2005 Eric Deslauriers, wr, 2004 Anthony Sherrell, rb, 2004 Kevin Harrison, ilb, 2004 Ime Akpan, 2002 David Rysko, 2002 Kenny Philpot, 2001 Scott Russell, 2001 Kenny Christian, 2000 Nick Avondet, 2000 Jermaine Sheffield, 1999

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Kent State All-MAC Second Team Luke Batton, lb, 2012 Josh Kline, ol, 2012 Luke Wollet, db, 2012 C.J. Malauulu, lb, 2011 Josh Pleasant, db, 2011 Brian Winters, ol, 2011 Tyshon Goode, wr, 2010 Monte Simmons, dl, 2009 Eugene Jarvis, rb, 2008 Derek Burrell, olb, 2008 Brian Lainhart, db, 2008, 2010 Augustus Parrish, ol, 2007-08 Jack Williams, db, 2007 Julian Edelman, qb, 2006 Najah Pruden, wr, 2006 Usama Young, db, 2006 Andre Kirkland, db, 2006 Danny Muir, dl, 2005 Justin Parrsih, lb, 2004 Eric Mahl, ilb, 2004 David Alston, rb, 2001 Eugene Baker, wr, 1998 Matt Groff, p, 1997 O.J. Santiago, te, 1996 Mike Barry, de, 1995 Vance Benton, db, 1994 Rich Yurkiewicz, olb, 1994 Raeshuan Jernigan, rb, 1993 Brian Dusho, wr, 1993 Jimmie Woody, wr, 1992 Ryan Creed, ol, 1991 Paul Haynes, db, 1991 Brad Smith, rb, 1991 Paul Haynes, db, 1990 John Massimiani, lb, 1989 Andy Logan, dl, 1988 Terry Crawley, dl, 1987 Jamie Howell, db, 1987 Mike Paschall, ot, 1987 Tony Stephens, olb, 1987 Derrick Nix, 1984 Mike Percher, dl, 1986 Tony Stephens, lb, 1986 Eric Wilkerson, tb, 1986 Ken Hughes, wr, 1984 Russ Hedderly, lb, 1983 Mike McGruder, db, 1983 Tony DeLeone, p, 1982 Russ Hedderly, lb, 1980 Sam Sopp, db, 1980 Bob Wallace, dl, 1979 Tom Jesko, ot, 1978 Daryl Hoyett, db, 1977 Jim Posipanka, p, 1977 Art Best, rb, 1976 Mike McKibben, dl, 1976 Mike Zele, dl, 1976 Glenn Deadmond, dl, 1975 Tom Buchheit, db, 1974 Walt Vrabel, dl, 1974 Cedric Brown, db, 1973 Dave Korns, ot, 1973 Bob Miller, lb, 1973 Alonzo Curry, db, 1972 Mike Perlin, db, 1972

Larry Poole, rb, 1972 Gary Turner, og, 1972 Walt Vrabel, dl, 1972 Don Nottingham, rb, 1970 Nelson Bobb, og, 1969 Jerry Clemens, db, 1969 Vern King, db, 1968 Don Abbott, de, 1967 Will Perry, ol, 1967 Nick Zuj, lb, 1967 Charles Stikes, db, 1966 Steve Tarle, ot, 1966 Bob Harrison, e, 1963 Bob Alford, og, 1961 Bob Alford, ot, 1959 Bob Hall, ot, 1959 Dick Mostardo, qb, 1959 Will Saenger, g, 1959 Bob Hall, t, 1958 Gerald King, og, 1958 Marion Pisanelli, t, 1958 Jerry King, og, 1957 Ken Redlin, e, 1957 Rudy Libertini, oc, 1956 Ken Redlin, e, 1956 Rudy Libertini, oc, 1955 Luke Owens, ol, 1954 Jack Rittichier, hb, 1954 Lou Mariano, hb, 1953 Dick Raidel, t, 1953 All-MAC THIRD Team Jake Dooley, dl, 2012 Trayion Durham, rb, 2012 C.J. Malauulu, lb, 2012 Luke Batton, lb, 2011 Luke Wollet, db, 2011 Chris Anzevino, c, 2010 Sam Kirkland, wr, 2010 Brian Winters, ol, 2010 Dorian Wood, lb, 2010 Derek Burrell, ilb, 2007 All-MAC Honorable Mention Joshua Cribbs, qb, 2004 Eric Mahl, lb, 2003 Jason Hupp, ol, 1999 Eugene Baker, wr, 1996 Matt Jenne, dl, 1994 Steve Koproski, te, 1993 Sean Patterson, ilb, 1993 John Lorentz, ol, 1992 Rich Yurkiewicz, lb, 1992 Andy Harmon, lb, 1988 Brien Naylon, ol, 1988 Leroy Edmonds, tb, 1987 Jim Klohn, og, 1987 Tony Martino, p, 1987 Chip Curtis, c, 1986 Eric Dye, wr, 1986 Tony DeLeone, p, 1983 Lou Caracci, pk, 1981 Kevin Kuhar, ot, 1980

UMASS All-MAC Second Team Darren Thellen, db, 2012 All-MAC THIRD Team Colter Johnson, p, 2012

Miami All-MAC Second Team Austin Brown, dl, 2010 Zac Dysert, qb, 2010 Nick Harwell, wr, 2010, 2012 Armand Robinson, wr, 2010 Brandon Brooks, ol, 2009-10-11 Joe Coniglio, dl, 2008 Robbie Wilson, db, 2008

Dave DiFranco, ol, 2007 Joey Hudson, ilb, 2006-07 Joey Card, db, 2005 Todd Soderquist, pk, 2005 Brandon Murphy, rb, 2005 Ryne Robinson, wr, 2005 Mark Kracium, ol, 2005 Alphonso Hodge, db, 2004 Matt Pusateri, db, 2004 Darrell Hunter, db, 2004 Todd Londot, c, 2003-04-05 Ben Herrell, ol, 2003 Matt Brandt, te, 2003 Martin Nance, wr, 2003 Terna Nande, olb, 2003 Ben Roethlisberger, qb, 2002 Luke Clemens, rb, 2002 Ben Roethlisberger, qb, 2001 Sly Johnson, wr, 2000 Alex Sulfsted, ol, 2000 Trevor Gaylor, wr, 1999 John Scott, pk, 1998 Drew Purcell, ilb, 1998 Dustin Cohen, ilb, 1997 Tremayne Banks, wr, 1996 John Scott, pk, 1996 JoJuan Armour, olb, 1996 Tremayne Banks, wr, 1995 Matt Cravens, c, 1995 Gene Guidry, og, 1995 Jason Holmes, de, 1995 Jamie Taylor, db, 1995 Deland McCullough, tb, 1994 Johnnie Williams, ilb, 1994 Chris Allen, dt, 1993 Nick Frantz, c, 1993 Chad Seitz, pk, 1993 Jeff Chabot, ot, 1992 Gary Layton, p, 1992 Mark Staten, dt, 1992 John Healy, ot, 1991 Scott Frazier, dl, 1990 Shawn Reilley, c, 1987 Todd Snyder, db, 1987 Shawn Reilley, c, 1986 George Swarn, tb, 1986 Gary Gussman, pk, 1985-86 Andrew Marlatt, dl, 1985 Terry Morris, qb, 1985 Tim Colleran, ilb, 1984 George Swarn, tb, 1984 Jay Peterson, rb, 1983 Dave Pyles, ot, 1982 Steve Bumpass, p, 1981 Mike Kiebach, pk, 1981 Mark Mather, c, 1981 Bill Newman, og, 1981 Dave Williams, db, 1981 John McCafferty, mg, 1979-80 John Zupancic, de, 1979 Mike Rosenberger, dt, 1977 Randy Gunlock, c, 1976 Jeff Rowlands, p, 1976 Mike Felton, og, 1975 Mark Hatgas, lb, 1975 Jeff Kelly, mg, 1975 Rob Carpenter, fb, 1974 Jeff Kelly, dt, 1974 Jack Shulte, wr, 1974 Randy Walker, tb, 1974 Bob Hitchens, tb, 1973 Pat Kief, og, 1973 Jerald Tillman, db, 1973 Chuck Varner, fb, 1973 John Wiggins, fl, 1973 Mike Biehle, ot, 1972 Denny Costello, db, 1972 Paul Mollmann, og, 1972

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HISTORY AND RECORDS ALL-MAC SECOND TEAM & THIRD TEAM/HONORABLE MENTION SELECTIONS Mike Monos, lb, 1972 Mike Poff, c, 1972 John Saccomen, dt, 1972 John Viher, fl, 1972 Dan Willging, ot, 1972 Steve Kovacs, dt, 1971 Paul Mollmann, ot, 1971 Mike Poff, c, 1971 Bob Williams, lb, 1971 Jerry Angelo, dt, 1970 Mike Flaig, ot, 1970 Doug Krause, mg, 1970 Al Maghes, de, 1970 Mike Poff, c, 1970 Cleve Dickerson, fb, 1969 Larry Draper, mg, 1969 Jeff Lieberman, s, 1969 Merv Nugent, de, 1969 Don Wade, fb, 1969 Larry Draper, mg, 1968 Bob Glover, hb, 1968 Kent Thompson, qb, 1968 Dick Boron, db, 1967 Dave Hutchins, ot, 1967 Ken Root, dt, 1967 Jim Shaw, hb, 1967 Al Moore, hb, 1966 Wayne Warden, lb, 1966 Bob Jencks, e, 1961 Joe Galat, g, 1960 Bill Triplett, fb, 1960 Dave Girbert, hb, 1959 Gary Huber, c, 1959 John Drew, g, 1958 Ed Hill, t, 1957 Harold Williams, hb, 1957 Ron Pawlowski, c, 1956 Don Smith, t, 1956 Bill Mallory, e, 1955 Bob Bronston, fb, 1954 Dick Mattern, c, 1954 Ed Merchant, hb, 1954 Roger Siesel, t, 1954 Jay Ansel, e, 1953 Jerry Beckrest, hb, 1950 Jake Ellison, c, 1950 Tom Pequignot, e, 1950 Bill McCormick, t, 1949 Mel Olix, qb, 1949 Joe Quattrone, g, 1949 Bill McCormick, t, 1948 Hal Paul, e, 1948 Ernie Plank, t, 1948 Sam Wippel, fb, 1948 All-MAC THIRD Team Andy Cruse, wr, 2012 Zac Dysert, qb, 2012 Austin Brown, dl, 2011 Ryan Kennedy, lb, 2011 Jerrell Wedge, lb, 2011 Bob Gulley, ol, 2010 Zac Murphy, p, 2010 Anthony Kokal, db, 2009 Armand Robinson, wr, 2009 Eugene Harris, pr, 2008 Joe Coniglio, dl, 2007 Jake Richardson, p, 2007 All-MAC Honorable Mention Luke Clemens, rb, 2004 John Busing, olb, 2004 Kent McCullough, p, 2000 Versellias Hammond, db, 1999 Ernest Perry, db, 1995 Chris Brenner, og, 1992 John Cannon, og, 1991 Kevin Ellerbe, rb, 1991 Barry Renfro, olb, 1991 Shean Williams, db, 1991

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Terry Carter, rb, 1990 Curt McMillan, ilb, 1990 Rob Reedy, ot, 1990 Milt Stegall, wr, 1990 Jerry Prochko, ilb, 1989 Mike Bates, qb, 1987 Tom Graham, rb, 1986 Dave Brown, olb, 1985 Troy White, db, 1985 Steve Dailey, 1984 Gary Gussman, pk, 1984 Bob Smith, ot, 1984 Randy Sullivan, c, 1984 Tom Murphy, wr, 1983 Ken Smith, t, 1981 Jay Peterson, rb, 1981 Rick Neal, db, 1981 Kaiser Holman, rb, 1980

Northern Illinois All-MAC Second Team Tyrone Clark, lb, 2012 Tyler Loos, ol, 2012 Perez Ashford, wr, 2011 Jasmin Hopkins, rb, 2011 Sean Progar, dl, 2011 Jimmie Ward, db, 2011 Joe Pawlak, ol, 2010 Brandon Bice, dl, 2009 Jake Coffman, dl, 2009-10 Mike Salerno, pk, 2008-09 Justin Anderson, rb, 2007 Dustin Utschig, db, 2006 Jake Nordin, te, 2005 Doug Free, ol, 2004 Ben Lueck, ol, 2004 Dan Sheldon, wr, 2004 Akil Grant, ss, 2003 Todd Ghilani, c, 2002 Matt Dunker, te, 2002 Nick Duffy, lb, 2002 Steve Azar, pk, 2002 Brian Atkinson, lb, 2002 Akil Grant, ss, 2001 Tim Vincent, ot, 2001 Darrell Hill, flk, 2001 Buster Sampson, fs, 2000 Jermaine Hampton, ss, 1999 Donnavan Carter, fs, 1999 William Andrews, tb, 1999 Duane Hawthorne, cb, 1998 Ryan Diem, ot, 1998 Donnavan Carter, fs, 1998 Scott Kellar, dt, 1985 Lee Hicks, ss, 1984 Doug Bartlett, ng, 1984 Todd Van Keppel, p, 1983 Tim Tyrrell, qb, 1983 Gary Schlinger, de, 1983 Todd Peat, og, 1983 Steve Hirsch, db, 1983 Scott Bolzan, ot, 1982 Rich Barrent, ot, 1981 Max Gill, dt, 1980 Allen Ross, rb, 1980 Mike Pinckney, wr, 1980 Mike Chelovich, og, 1980 Jim Hannula, ot, 1980 Jim Latanski, te, 1980 Jim Hannula, p, 1979 Allen Ross, rb, 1979 Mark Skowronski, c, 1979 Pete Kraker, qb, 1978 Scott Crooks, og, 1978 Jack Wilson, cb, 1977 Allen Ross, rb, 1977 Sam Boskovich, de, 1977 Don Palochko, og, 1976

Frank Lewandoski, lb, 1976 Ken Moore, te, 1975 All-MAC THIRD Team Nathan Palmer, wr, 2011 Devon Butler, lb, 2010 Landon Cox, wr, 2010 Tommy Davis, kr sp, 2010 Alex Kube, lb, 2010 Jason Schepler, te, 2010 Me’co Brown, rb, 2009 Tommy Davis, pr sp, 2009 Jon Brost, ol, 2007-08 Eddie Adamski, c, 2008 Jason Onyebuagu, ol, 2008 Tim McCarthy, ilb, 2008 Brandon Bice, dl, 2008 All-MAC Honorable Mention Chris Nendick, pk, 2004, 2006 Britt Davis, wr, 2006 Tim McCarthey, ilb, 2006 Todd Ghilani, c, 2003 Nick Duffy, lb, 2003 Larry Williams, lb, 2001 Steve Azar, pk, 2000 Benji Peacock, cb, 1999 Curt Pardridge, se, 1985 Mike Kent, p, 1985 Tim Griffin, lb, 1985 Carl Aikens, se, 1984 Reggie Sims, te, 1983 Todd Van Keppel, p, 1982 Larry Alleyne, de, 1982 Vince Scott, pk, 1982 Bob Morgan, dt, 1981 Mike Pinckney, flk, 1979

Ohio All-MAC Second Team Skyler Allen, c, 2012 Beau Blankenship, rb, 2012 Travis Carrie, db, 2011 Eric Herman, ol, 2011-12 Tremayne Scott, dl, 2011 Matt Weller, k, 2011-12 Donovan Fletcher, db, 2010 Steven Jackson, db, 2010 Stafford Gatling, dl, 2010 A.J. Strum, ol, 2010 Jordan Thompson, te, 2010 LaVon Brazill, wr, pr, 2009, 2011 Taylor Price, wr, 2009 Thad Turner, db, 2009 Josh Leuck, ol, 2008 Noah Keller, olb, 2008-09-11 Andrew Mooney, te, 2007 Tyler Russ, olb, 2006 Landon Cohen, dl, 2006-07 Jameson Hartke, dl, 2006, 08 Kevin Carberry, dl, 2004 Bop White, db, 2002 Chad Brinker, rb, 2000 Zach Holt, ol, 2000 Damion Washington, dl, 2000 Matt Weikert, lb, 2000 Mike Varone, c, 1999 Nick Glowacki, ol, 1999 Leigh Barbour, lb, 1998 Geno Walsh, dl, 1998 Dennis Fitzgerald, fs, 1997 Steve Hookfin, fb, 1997 Andre Jackson, olb, 1997 Dennis Fitzgerald, fs, 1996 Steve Hookfin, fb, 1996 Damiso Johnson, db, 1995 Benny King, lb, 1995 Andy Canter, ol, 1994 Mario Daniel, dl, 1994 Brian Jepson, te, 1993

Tony Poole, db, 1993 Dale Leisenheimer, c, 1992 Tim Curtis, rb, 1992 Jason Carthen, lb, 1991 Richard Hill, wr, 1991 Don Shimek, ot, 1988 Dean Nance, og, 1988 John Evangelista, dt, 1988 John Caldwell, rb, 1987 Tom Compernolle, wr, 1986 Jesse Owens, rb, 1986 Shawn Bonner, db, 1986 Brian Bertoia, ot, 1984 Glenn Hunter, rb, 1984 Sherman Carter, dt, 1983 Greg Bryne, ng, 1981 Frank Komar, lb, 1981 Ray Bloch, ot, 1980 Sammy Shon, qb, 1980 Greg Byrne, ng, 1980 Frank Komar, lb, 1980 Don Puthoff, c, 1978 Jim Givens, db, 1978 Mark Geisler, te, 1978 Mark Geisler, te, 1977 Nigel Turpin, wr, 1977 Tom Kauffman, ot, 1976 Lyle Govert, db, 1976 Joe Callan, db, 1976 Arnold Welcher, hb, 1975 Steve Miller, de, 1975 Rich Bevly, qb, 1974 Wally Sonnie, de, 1974 Roger Koepfle, lb, 1974 Ed Madison, og, 1973 Dave Houseton, hb, 1973 Gary Dourm, dt, 1973 Mike Nugent, s, 1973 Jeff Beams, dt, 1972 Rich Bevly, qb, 1972 Steve Skiver, qb, 1971 Norm Koury, og, 1971 Bill Gary, tb, 1971 Larry Fields, de, 1971 Rick Hawkins, hb, 1971 Dave Juenger, e, 1971 Dave Juenger, e, 1970 Don Caldwell, ot, 1970 Dave LeVeck, hb, 1969 Tom James, dt, 1969 Mike Schott, db, 1969 Phil Swindell, te, 1968 Frank Peters, ot, 1968 Craig Rader, db, 1968 Todd Snyder, e, 1967 Frank Spolrich, og, 1967 Cleve Bryant, qb, 1967 Bob Beach, de, 1967 Jim Brown, dt, 1967 Bob Jackson, db, 1967 Frank Peters, ot, 1967 Frank Spolrich, og, 1966 Bill Biggs, e, 1966 Charles Williams, db, 1966 Ron Stepsis, ot, 1963 John Trevis, e, 1962 Chuck Nichoson, ot, 1962 Jim Albert, hb, 1962 Ted Stute, ot, 1961 Jim Pugh, og, 1961 Ted Stute, ot, 1960 George Belu, e, 1960 Jim Massarelli, e, 1960 Jim Massarelli, e, 1959 Paul Gallagher, e, 1957 Larry Buckles, fb, 1957 Paul Gallagher, e, 1956 Ron Fenik, ot, 1956

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Toledo All-MAC Second Team Bernard Reedy, kor, 2012 Zac Kerin, c, 2011 Archie Donald, lb, 2010 Adonis Thomas, rb, 2010-11 Eric Page, wr, 2009 Nick Moore, wr, 2008 Stephen Williams, wr, 2007-08 Alex Steigerwald, pk, 2007 Brett Kern, p, 2007 Anthony Jordan, ilb, 2005 Jason Robbins, pk, 2005 Chris Hopkins, te, 2005 Keon Jackson, olb, 2004 Chris Holmes, te, 2004 Erik Faasen, ot, 2003 Trinity Dawson, rb, 2003 Frank Ofili, de, 2003 Brock Dodrill, lb, 2003 Erik Faasen, ot, 2002

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Mike Alston, tb, 1979 Virgil Williams, db, 1979 Aaron Bivins, lb, 1977 Aaron Bivins, lb, 1976 Jeff Hepinstall, wr, 1975 Gary Zolciak, ot, 1975 Larry Macek, de, 1975 Dave Hausfeld, s, 1975 Randy Whately, e, 1974 Keith Young, og, 1974 Steve Rawlik, s, 1974 Don Seymour, te, 1973 Ed Scott, lb, 1973 Mark Hurt, cb, 1973 Don Seymour, te, 1972 Steve Donahue, dt, 1972 Jim Milinix, db, 1972 Ron Roberts, de, 1971 Steve Schnitkey, mg, 1971 Leon Campbell, og, 1971 Glyn Smith, wr, 1971 Al Baker, te, 1970 Don Hotz, dt, 1970 Steve Banks, db, 1970 Al Baker, te, 1969 Don Fair, e, 1969 Bob Caverly, og, 1969 Ed Davis, de, 1969 Dennis Tobias, e, 1968 Ed Davis, de, 1968 Jim Rance, og, 1968 John Schneider, qb, 1966 Ray Hayes, dt, 1966 Bob Wozniak, t, 1963 Frank Baker, hb, 1962 Pete Jolliff, e, 1961 Occie Burt, hb, 1959 Sam Tisci, qb, 1957 Don Wright, hb, 1956 Clayton Umbles, og, 1954 Charles Barcelona, og, 1953 George Machoukas, c, 1953 Julius Taormina, hb, 1953 All-MAC THIRD Team Jeremiah Detmer, k, 2012 Greg Mancz, ol, 2012 Cheatham Norrils, db, 2012 Alonzo Russell, wr, 2012 T.J. Fatinikun, dl, 2010-11 Dan Molls, lb, 2010 Mike VanDerMeulen, ol, 2010 Archie Donald, lb, 2009 Alex Steigerwald, pk, 2009 DuJuane Collins, rb, 2008-09 Nick Moore, wr, 2007 All-MAC Honorable Mention Keon Jackson, olb, 2002 Todd France, pk, 2001 Nick Otterbacher, c, 2000 Todd France, pk, 1998 Jamie Johnson, ilb, 1996 Pete Stone, c, 1995 Steve Cowan, rb, 1991 Brian Borders, p, 1990 Jeff Lamb, olb, 1990 Andy McCollum, og, 1990 Kevin Meger, qb, 1990 Brian Borders, p, 1989 Romauldo Brown, wr, 1989 Ton Hirsel, dl, 1989 Al Thigpen, c, 1989 Tom Gruno, ilb, 1988 Neil Trotter, rb, 1988 Bruce Nichols, pk, 1986-87 Clayton Moore, lb, 1985 Jerome Stephens, rb, 1984 John Berlan, g, 1982 Steve Morgan, rb, 1982

Joe Yanowsky, g, 1981 Chris Hohenberger, c, 1981 Mike Russell, de, 1981 Emmanuel Cole, int, 1981 Jack Laraway, lb, 1981 Jack Laraway, lb, 1980

Western Michigan All-MAC Second Team Freddie Bishop, dl, 2012 Justin Currie, db, 2012 Jaime Wilson, wr, 2012 Jaime Wilson, pr, 2012 Alex Carder, qb, 2011 Johnnie Simon, db, 2011 Tim Hiller, qb, 2009 Anthony Parker, dl, 2009 Austin Pritchard, lb, 2009 E.J. Biggers, db, 2008 Londen Fryar, db, 2008 Brandon West, rb, 2007, 2009 Brandon West, kr, 2007 Boston McCornell, olb, 2007 Zach Davidson, dl, 2007-08 Dominic Moran, ol, 2006 Brandon Ledbetter, te, 2006, 08 Mark Bonds, rb, 2006 Louis Delmas, db, 2005, 2007 Trovon Riley, rb, 2005 Adam Anderson, p, 2004 Jack Gitler, de, 2003 Greg Jennings, wr, 2003 Josh Bush, wr, 2001 Jason Babin, de, 2001 Mobolaji Afariogun, te, 2001 Jermaine Lewis, ss, 2001 Brad Selent, k, 2000 Ronald Rogers, cb, 2000 Terrence Moore, lb, 2000 Jermaine Lewis, ss, 2000 Colin Greczek, c, 2000 Mario Evans, lb, 2000 Chris Browning, de, 2000 Jake Moreland, te, 1999 Robert Sanford, fb, 1999 Charlie Knapp, ol, 1999 Tim Lester, qb, 1999 Tim Lester, qb, 1998 Charlie Knapp, ol, 1998 Darnell Fields, rb, 1998 Robert Sanford, fb, 1997 Joe Lewandowski, ot, 1997 Dan Falcon, dt, 1997 Ryan Bauer, de, 1997 Joe Lewandowski, ot, 1996 Rick Lucas, olb, 1995 Dean Polce, olb, 1995 Chris Rawson, dt, 1995 Jay McDonagh, qb, 1995 Joe Lewandowski, ot, 1995 Jim Vackaro, tb, 1995 Dean Polce, olb, 1994 Jim Vackaro, tb, 1994 Tony Tiefenback, de, 1994 Kevin Knope, k, 1994 Jason Biddle, ot, 1993 Michael Coleman, te, 1992 Dave Cutlip, de, 1992 Scott Fleming, ot, 1992 Ulric King, se, 1992 Carl Lopez, olb, 1992 Brad Tayles, qb, 1992 Dave Van Dale, og, 1992 Greg Kelley, lb, 1991 Paul Johnson, dt, 1991 Corey Sylve, rb, 1991 Dave Van Dale, og, 1991 Paul Agema, wr, 1990

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Larry Ulmer, og, 1970 Bill Slater, de, 1970 Greg Igaz, lb, 1970 Vern Brown, dhb, 1970 Greg Flaska, te, 1969 Al Bush, c, 1969 Paul Minnis, og, 1969 Paul Minnis, og, 1968 Mike Siwek, dt, 1968 Jim Rutledge, ot, 1968 Ken Woodside, hb, 1968 Pete Wysocki, lb, 1968 Tim Majerle, fb, 1967 Pete Mitchell, OG, 1967 Gary Rowe, dhb, 1967 Gary Crain, e, 1966 Torre Ossmo, ot, 1966 Gene Hamlin, e, 1966 Tim Majerle, fb, 1966-67 Dan Sopha, mg, 1966 Dave Hudson, dhb, 1966 Troy Allen, qb, 1963 Pat Emerick, og, 1962 Allen Schau, e, 1962 Francis LeRoue, ot, 1962 Mike Maul, c, 1962 Roger Theder, qb, 1962 John Lomakoski, ot, 1961 Pat Emerick, og, 1961 Bob White, fb, 1961 Henry Mugg, e, 1959 Bill Watkinson, ot, 1958 Lovell Coleman, hb, 1957 James Walker, ot, 1955 Jerry Ganzel, qb, 1954 James Walker, ot, 1954 All-MAC third Team Desmond Bozeman, lb, 2012 Kevin Galeher, c, 2012 Johnnie Simon, db, 2012 Freddie Bishop, dl, 2011 Dann O’Neill, ol, 2011 Chleb Ravenell, wr, 2011 Jamail Berry, db, 2010 Alex Carder, qb, 2010 Paul Hazel, dl, 2010 John Potter, k, 2010-11 Ben Armer, p, 2009 Robert Arnheim, wr, 2009 Tim Hiller, qb, 2008 Phillips Swanson, ol, 2008 Juan Nenez, wr, 2008-09 Brandon West, rb, 2008 Boston McCornell, olb, 2008 Robbie Krutilla, c, 2007 Branden Ledbetter, te, 2007 All-MAC Honorable Mention Kendrick Mosley, wr, 2003 Bryan Lape, ilb, 2002 Brian Lape, ilb, 2001 Jeff Welsh, qb, 2000 Ronald Rogers, db, 1999 Jeremy Johnson, dl, 1999 Rich Kaiser, dl, 1995 Steve Hawkins, db, 1992 Jim Vackaro, rb, 1992 Paul DeVries, olb, 1989 Bruce Boyko, wr, 1988 John Creek, pk, 1988 Sam Culbert, og, 1986 Jim Klapthor, p, 1985 Steve Hoffman, qb, 1984 Kelly Spielmaker, te, 1984 Tom Toth, ot, 1983 Jack Giarmo, dl, 1983 Dave Knapp, int, 1982 John Schuster, lb, 1981 Reggie Hinton, wr, 1980

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Matt Prater, p, 2003 Ryan Flinn, p, 2002 Jimmy Fryzel, wr, 2002 Doug Gabriel, wr, 2002

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Curtis Keyes, db, 2004 Josh Davis, wr, 2004 Toriano Brown, 2003 Earl Charles, 2003 Jason Rader, 2003 Charles Tynes, 2003 Toriano Brown, 2002 Chris Crocker, 2002 Josh Davis, 2002 Jamus Martin, 2002, 04 Steve Perretta, 2002 Duran Smith, 2002 Orlando Washington, 2002 Sam Goines, 2001 Curtis Head, 2001 Dereno Marriott, 2001 Steve Perretta, 2001 Franklin Wallace, 2001 Orlando Washington, 2001 Jimmy Cabellos, 1999 Curtis Head, 1999 Andre O’Neal, 1999 Jimmy Parker, 1999 Ron Puggi, 1999 Max Yates, 1999 John Grace, 1998 Ron Puggi, 1998 Jamie Rodgers, 1998 Jason Starkey, 1998 Rogers Beckett, 1997 Doug Chapman, 1997 Larry Moore, 1997 Brian Reed, 1997 George Riggs, 1967 John DeMarco, 1966 Victor Ferrari, 1966 George Hummel, 1966 Mickey Jackson, 1966 Dennis Parker, 1966 George Riggs, 1966 Richie Robb, 1966 Tom Wilkinson, 1966 David Arritt, 1965 Victor Ferrari, 1965 Ray Henderson, 1965

Mickey Jackson, 1965 Gary Marvin, 1965 Howie Lee Miller, 1965 Ken Simpson, 1965 Bill Bobbitt, 1964 Bobby Pruett, 1964 Jim Perry, 1964 Tom Good, 1963 Jack Mahone, 1963 Bill Winter, 1963 Clyde Pierce, 1962 Wilson Lathan, 1959 Rucker Wickline, 1959 Larry Jarrett, 1958 Fred Limscomb, 1958 Sonny Sirianni, 1958 Dick Allen, 1957 Todd Fugate, 1957 Jim O’Conner, 1957 Jim Simpson, 1957 George Templin, 1956 Irvin Wilson, 1956 All-MAC Honorable Mention

Jason Rader, te, 2003 Josh Davis, wr, 2002 Duran Smith, ilb, 2002

TEMPLE All-MAC Second Team Brandon McManus, p, 2011 Tahir Whitehead, lb, 2011 Matt Brown, rb, 2010 Elijah Joseph, lb, 2010 James Nixon, kr sp, 2009 Devin Tyler, ol, 2009 Travis Shelton, kr, 2008 Alex Derenthal, c, 2008 Andre Neblett, dl, 2007-08 All-MAC THIRD Team Matt Brown, rb, 2011 Morkeith Brown, dl, 2011 Kevin Kroboth, db, 2011 Wayne Tribue, ol, 2011 Michael Campbell, wr, 2010 Alex Joseph, lb, 2009 Amara Kamara, lb, 2009 Steve Maneri, te, 2009 John Palumbo, c, 2009 Bruce Francis, wr, 2008 Dominique Harris, db, 2007, 2009

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Defense

1971

Offense

Defense

Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Dick Conley, RB, OU Stew Williams, RB, BGSU Bob Smith, DB, MIA Don Fitzgerald, RB, KSU Bruce Matte, QB, MIA Paul Nyitray, QB, BGSU Tim Majerle, RB, WMU Andy Socha, RB, MAR Dick Conley, RB, OU

Gary Crain, DE, WMU Bill Biggs, DE, OU Bob Rowe, DT, WMU Barry Sneed, LB, UT John Erisman, DE, MIA Steve Mitchell, DT, WMU Bob Babich, LB, MIA Ed Philpott, DT, MIA Jamie Rivers, DE, BGSU

Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6

John Niezgoda, LB, UT Mel Long, DT, UT Jack LeVeck, LB, OU Gary Hinkson, DB, UT Ron Karlis, DB, WMU Julius Livas, DB, BGSU Mel Long, DT, UT Doug Krause, MG, MIA

1967

Offense

Defense

Nov. 13

Reid Lamport, QB, BGSU Larry Cates, RB, WMU Don Fair, WR, UT Paul Miles, RB, BGSU Chuck Ealey, QB, UT Dave Juenger, TE, OU Larry Cates, RB, WMU Paul Miles, RB, BGSU Bob Hitchens, RB, MIA Bob Hitchens, RB, MIA

Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28

Rolf Strout, LB, WMU Tom Beutler, LB, UT Bruce Wallace, DE, MAR Errol Kahoun, DT, MIA Mel Tucker, DE, UT Paul Elzey, LB, UT John Schneider, DB, UT

Offense

Defense

Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

Dick Conley, RB, OU Bob Glover, RB, MIA Don Fitzgerald, RB, KSU Cleve Bryant, QB, OU John Schneider, QB, UT Al Moore, RB, MIA Tom Beutler, LB, UT Marty Barski, OE, WMU Cleve Bryant, QB, OU Dick Conley, RB, OU Don Wade, RB, MIA

1972 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct.14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4

Dave Juenger, TE, OU Bob Hitchens, RB, MIA Greg Kokal, QB, KSU Tim Worner, WR, OU Rich Bevly, QB, OU Steve Williams, QB, MIA Bruce Arthur, QB, UT Paul Miles, RB, BGSU George Keim, RB, UT

Dom Riggio, LB, WMU Tom Fisher, DE, BGSU John Villapiano, LB, BGSU Ron Karlis, DB, WMU Pete Alsup, DB, UT Brad Cousino, MG, MIA Willie Duke, DL, UT Dan Rebsch, DB, MIA Jack Lambert, LB, KSU

1973

Offense

Defense

1968

Offense

Defense

Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 4

Ronald Moss, RB, UT Steve Jones, QB, UT P.J. Nyitray, QB, BGSU Cleve Bryant, QB, OU

Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25

Kent Thompson, QB, MIA Cleve Bryant, QB, OU Todd Snyder, WR, OU Kent Thompson, QB, MIA Ronald Moss, RB, UT Mark Bordeaux, QB, WMU Cleve Bryant, QB, OU

Dave Siwek, DT, WMU Don Lewis, MG, WMU Merv Nugent, DE, MIA Bob Babich, LB, MIA Joe Green, MG, BGSU Steve Beier, LB, UT Greg McKenzie, DT, OU Sam Antonazzo, DB, WMU

Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

Paul Jorgensen, QB, WMU Paul Miles, RB, BGSU Greg Kokal, QB, KSU Paul Miles, RB, BGSU Larry Poole, RB, KSU Larry Poole, RB, KSU Mark Kellar, RB NIU Mark Kellar, RB NIU Greg Kokal, QB, KSU Steve Sanna, QB, MIA Phil Polak, RB, BGSU

Robert Evans, DT, NIU John Villapiano, LB, BGSU Bill Blind, DE, MIA Brad Cousino, MG, MIA Brad Cousino, MG, MIA Mike Monos, LB, MIA Jim Feucht, DT, MIA Carl Jones, DT, UT Bill Centa, MG, BGSU Mike Monos, LB, MIA Bill Blind, DE, MIA

1974

Offense

Defense

Sept. 9 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

Greg Kokal, QB, KSU Larry Poole, RB, KSU L.C. Lyons, RB, OU Mark Miller, QB, BGSU Gene Swick, QB, UT Rick Scott, QB, BSU Rich Bevly, QB, OU Rob Carpenter, RB, MIA Rich Bevly, QB, OU Gene Swick, QB, UT Dave Preston, RB, BGSU

Cedric Brown, DB, KSU Bob Miller, LB, KSU Brad Cousino, MG, MIA Wally Sonnie, DE, OU Brad Cousino, MG, MIA Joe Hasenohrl, DT, MIA Ed Scott, LB, UT Jim Feucht, DT, MIA Cedric Brown, DB, KSU Larry Faulk, MG, MIA Roger Koepfle. LB, OU

1975

Offense

Defense

Sept. 9 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15

Gene Swick, QB, UT Earl Taylor, RB, BSU Mark Miller, QB, BGSU Mike Green, WR, OU Ken Moore, TE, NIU Dan Saleet, RB, BGSU Art Yaroch, QB, BSU Gene Swick, QB UT Arnold Welcher, RB, OU Sherman Smith, QB, MIA Dan Matthews, RB, WMU

Jerry Hodges, MG, CMU Steve Groves, DE, OU Walt Vrabel, DT, KSU Steve Miller, DE OU Bob Young, DB, MIA Sherrill Jackson, DB, BGSU Rod Day, MG, OU Aaron Bivins, MG, UT Mel Edwards, DE, MIA Dave Hausfeld, DB, UT Dave Gapinski, DB, WMU

Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15

Tom Beutler, MG, UT Gerry Collins, DE, WMU Paul Elzey, LB, UT

Steve Robinson, LB, OU Dave Polak, LB, BGSU Nelson Bobb, OG, KSU

1969

Offense

Defense

Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11

Joe Green, MG, BGSU Todd Snyder, DB, OU John Niezgoda, LB, UT Joe Green, MG, BGSU

Oct. 18 Oct. 25

Tony Harris, RB, UT Cleve Bryant, QB, OU Chuck Ealey, QB, UT Don Nottingham, RB, KSU Ken Crots, RB, UT Kent Thompson, QB, MIA Charlie Cole, RB, UT

Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15

Phil Witherspoon, TB, KSU Dick Adams, RB, MIA Ted Grignon, QB, WMU

Don Wade, LB, MIA Joe Green, MG, BGSU Steve Schnitkey, LB, UT Jim Tyler, DE, UT Jim Corrigall, LB, KSU Don Fair, DB, UT

1970

Offense

Defense

Sept. 12

Chuck Ealey, QB, UT Steve Skiver, QB, OU Don Fair, TE, UT Mike Palija, WR, MIA Gordon Ober, RB, KSU Julius Livas, RB, BGSU Tim Fortney, RB, MIA Bill Pitman, WR, BGSU Bill Gary, RB, OU Roger Lawson, RB, WMU

Vern Brown, DB, WMU

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

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Bob Rose, DE, UT

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Offense

Defense

1980

Offense

Defense

Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15

Jack Glowik, MG, MIA Mike Zele, DT, KSU Toddy Harvey, LB, UT Aaron Bivins, LB, UT Greg Lockett, LB, OU Glenn Deadmond, DT, KSU Frank Lewandoski, LB, NIU Mike Lecklider, DB, BSU Dave Gapinski, DB, WMU Steve Groves, DE, OU Dave Gapinski, DB, WMU

Nov. 22

Arnold Welcher, RB, OU Dave Preston, RB, BGSU Art Yarouch, QB, BSU Tim Young, OT, BSU Jerome Persell, RB, WMU Mark Miller, QB, BGSU Andy Vetter, QB, OU Rob Carpenter, RB, MIA John Kloc, OG, CMU Bobby Windom, RB, WMU Jerome Persell, RB, EMU Jeff Hepinstall, QB, UT Andy Vetter, QB, OU

Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 25

Reggie Hinton, RB, WMU Mark O’Connell, QB, BSU Tony Carifa, RB, OU Darryl Tucker, RB, CMU Willie Todd, RB, CMU Sam Shon, RB, OU John Gibbons, QB, NIU Craig Morrow, RB, WMU Greg Taylor, QB, BGSU Mark O’Connell, QB, BSU Kevin Northup, QB, CMU Jeff Morrow, QB, KSU

Max Gill, DT, NIU Michael Simpson, DB, CMU Jim Hinkle, DE, WMU Frank Komar, LB, OU Todd Gates, DT, BGSU Terry Gyetvai, LB, BGSU Kent McCormick, LB, MIA Russ Hedderly, LB, KSU Mike Terna, LB, NIU Ray Bentley, LB, CMU Jack Laraway, LB, UT Frank Komar, LB, OU

1977

Offense

Defense

1981

Offense

Defense

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 31 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Craig Motzer, K, EMU Andy Vetter, QB, OU Steve Raklovits, QB, EMU Mose Rison, RB, CMU Andy Vetter, QB, OU Steve Raklovits, QB, EMU Jeff Groth, WR, BGSU Jeff Hepinstall, QB, UT Ron Rummel, QB, CMU Mark Miller, QB, BGSU Rick Morrison, WR, BSU Allen Ross, RB, NIU

Vondell Robertson, DB, CMU Morris Davenport, S, WMU Frank Lewandoski, LB, NIU Jack Glowik, MG, MIA Bob Wallace, DT, KSU Mike Rosenberger, DT, MIA Mike Zele, DT, KSU Greg Sullivan, DE, MIA Ken Kremer, DT, BSU Jack Glowik, MG, MIA Jack Lazor, DB, KSU Jon Hoke, DB, BSU

Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

Doug Freed, QB, BSU Sam Shon, RB, OU Sam Shon, RB, OU Jim Kelso, QB, UT Greg Jones, RB, MIA Ricky Calhoun, RB, EMU Jay Peterson, RB, MIA Bryant Jones, RB, BGSU Arnold Smiley, RB, UT Arnold Smiley, RB, UT Tom George, QB, WMU

Mike Mangen, LB, OU Les Garrett, LB, WMU Craig Newberg, NT, BSU Russ Hedderly, LB, KSU John Schuster, LB, WMU Mike Kennedy, DB, UT Shawn Simms, DB, BGSU Les Garrett, LB, WMU Steve Cole, DB, MIA Brian Pillman, MG, MIA Ray Bentley, LB, CMU

1982

Offense

Defense

Sept. 8 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 27 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

Steve Morgan, RB, UT Capus Robinson, WR, UT Jay Peterson, RB, MIA Shawn Faulkner, RB, WMU Donny Harrison, QB, OU Ricky Calhoun, RB, EMU Curtis Adams, RB, CMU Donny Harrison, QB, OU Curtis Adams, RB, CMU Vince Scott, PK, NIU Chip Otten, RB, BGSU Jay Peterson, RB, MIA

Max Gill, DT, NIU Demetrius Jones, DB, WMU Martin Bayless, DL, BGSU Dave Williams, DB, MIA Andre Young, DT, BGSU Charles Browntie, DB, CMU Mark Kujacznski, DB, WMU Kelly George, LB, BSU Mark Emans, LB, BGSU Kevin Carlin, LB, MIA Ray Bentley, LB, CMU Russ Graham, LB, NIU

1983

Offense

Defense

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1

Jeff Sanders, DB, NIU Parris Boyer, LB, WMU Mike Gary, FS, WMU Pat Brackett, DL, CMU Bob Beemer, DE, UT

Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

Neil Britt, QB, BSU Andre Jackson, RB, BGSU Tony Bonanno, RB, BSU Steve Morgan, RB, UT Brian McClure, QB, BGSU Darryl Richardson, RB, NIU Tim Tyrrell, QB, NIU Curtis Adams, RB, CMU Donny Harrison, QB, OU Stu Rayburn, QB, KSU Darryl Story, RB BGSU Vince Scott, P/K, NIU

Nov. 19

Darryl Richardson, RB, NIU

Mike Zele, DT, KSU

1978

Offense

Defense

Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

Dave Wilson, QB, BSU Mike Wright, QB, BGSU Jerome Persell, RB, WMU Jerome Persell, RB, WMU Mike Wright, QB, BGSU Jeff Groth, WR, BGSU Maurice Hall, QB, UT Kevin Babcock, RB, OU Mark O’Connell, QB, BSU Mark Hunter, RB, MIA Greg Jones, RB, MIA

Larry Williams, MG, BSU Frank Lewandoski, LB, NIU Joe Farais, LB, MIA Mike Zele, DT, KSU Mike Zele, DT, KSU Mark Stuart, FS, NIU Greg Sullivan, DE, MIA Jim Givens, SS, OU John Gamble, LB, OU Eric Manns, LB, WMU Ken Kremer, DT, BSU

1979

Offense

Defense

Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

Mike Wright, QB, BGSU Maurice Hall, QB, UT Albert Little, RB, WMU Gary Hogeboom, QB, CMU Dave Wilson, QB, BSU Steve Green, PK, OU Scott Davis, RB, EMU Butch Hunyadi, WR, UT Kevin Folkes, RB, BGSU John Gibbons, RB, NIU Sam Shon, RB, OU

Dan Williams, DE, MIA Joe Callan, DB, OU John McCaffrty, MG, MIA Frank Lewandoski, LB, NIU Bob Wallace, DT, KSU Mike Kennedy, DB, UT Robert Jackson, DB CMU Brady Hoke, DB, BSU Mike Kennedy, DB, UT Joe Callan, DB, OU Jim Hinkle, DE, WMU

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Mike Russell, DE, UT Mike McGruder, FS, KSU Tim Colleran, LB, MIA Steve Hirsch, DB NIU Mike Mangen, LB, OU Jim Bowman, DB, CMU Jerry Alford, LB, WMU Kevin Egnatuk, DE, CMU Mark Emans, LB, BGSU

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Offense

Defense

1988

Offense

Defense

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29

Darryl Taylor, QB, NIU Otis Cheathem, RB, WMU Dennis Swearingen, QB, OU Brian McClure, QB, BGSU Mike Prindle, K/P, WMU Robert Adams, QB, BSU Mario Ferretti, K, EMU Brian McClure, QB, BGSU Steve Morgan, RB, UT Curtis Adams, RB, CMU Glenn Hunter, RB, OU John DeBoer, WR, CMU Bernard White, RB, BGSU

Greg Powell, DB, KSU Mark Brandon, DB, UT Pat Brackett, DL, CMU Lee Hicks, SS, NIU Mike Bevier, LB, CMU

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29

Eric Hoffman, LB, WMU Tim Walton, LB, BSU Tom Menard, FS, EMU Paul Haynes, DT, EMU Bill Garrett, LB, OU Scott Alferimk, NG, CMU Jamie Howell, DB, KSU Greg Garnica, LB, BSU David Terry, LB, OU

Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19

Patrick Young, QB, KSU Robert Davis, RB, WMU Donnie Riley, RB, CMU Alan Smiley, RB, UT Tony Kimbrough, QB, WMU Eric Smith, QB, BGSU Andrew Greer, RB, OU Allan Boyko, WR, WMU Neil Trotter, RB, UT Tony Kimbrough, QB, WMU Donnie Riley, RB, CMU Eric Wilkerson, RB, KSU Jeff Bender, QB, CMU

Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17

Tim Colleran, LB, MIA Derrick Samuels, DB, KSU Thomas Howard, DB, BSU Ken Luckett, DB, WMU Scott Kellar, DT, NIU Roy Swoape, LB, WMU Harold McGuire, DB, UT

Willie Berrios, SS, WMU Jon Bowsher, DB, UT Sean Mulhearn, LB, WMU

1985

Offense

Defense

1989

Offense

Defense

Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21

Gary Patton, RB, EMU Brian McClure, QB, BGSU Kelvin Farmer, RB, UT Rick Nieman, QB, BGSU Ricky George, WR, BSU George Swarn, RB, MIA Jim Kilbane, WR, KSU

Melvin Marshall, DB, BGSU Pete Mather, LB, MIA Brent Williams, DT, UT

Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28

Dwayne Smith, LB, UT Brian Johnson, DB, WMU Bob Navarro, DB, EMU Mark Ross, NG, BGSU Jerry Smith, DB, EMU Greg Garnica, LB, BSU J.J. Wierenga, DT, CMU Jon Wauford, DE, MIA Scott Barnett, DB, MIA

Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

Brad Tayles, QB, WMU Adam Wilson, RB, BSU David Riley, QB, BSU Mark Melfi, QB, UT Donnie Riley, RB, CMU Tom Sullivan, QB, EMU Rich Dackin, QB, BGSU Anthony Thorton, QB, OU Kevin Meger, QB, UT Donnie Riley, RB, CMU Rich Dackin, QB, BGSU Joe Dalpra, QB, KSU David Riley, QB, BSU

Shawon Respress, LB, BSU Greg Garnica, LB, BSU Tony Borgerding, LB, UT

1990

Offense

Defense

Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3

Rich Curtiss, LB, CMU David Walkosky, DB, UT Craig Petersmark, DE, EMU Brian Johnson, DB, WMU David Johnson, DB, CMU Jon Wauford, DE, MIA Don Stonefield, LB, BSU Mark Rhea, DE, UT Andy Harmon, DT, KSU Toby Beegle, DE, BSU

Nov. 10 Nov. 17

LeRoy Smith, RB, BGSU Jeff Bender, QB, CMU Troy Parker, RB, UT Anthony Thorton, QB, OU Kenny Stucker, PK, BSU Paul Agema, WR, WMU Terry Carter, RB, MIA Joe Dalpra, QB, KSU Mike Neu, QB, BSU Kevin Meger, QB, UT Jim Clement, QB, MIA Jeff Bender, QB, CMU Bernie Parmalee, RB, BSU

1991

Offense

Defense

Sept. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18

LeRoy Smith, RB, BGSU Corey Croom, RB, BSU Billy Smith, RB, CMU Corey Croom, RB, BSU Brad Tayles, QB, WMU Erik White, QB, BGSU Brian Sherman, C, BGSU Keivn Meger, QB, UT Tim Curtis, RB, OU Kevin Shuman, QB, KSU Mark Szlachcic, WR, BGSU Jeff Bender, QB, CMU

Curt McMillan, LB, MIA Dave Bielinski, RB, BGSU Lamar Sally, DT, CMU Dan Williams, DE, UT Ron Carpenter, DB, MIA Matt Eberflus, LB, UT Curt McMillan, LB, MIA Richard Palmer, DB, EMU Mike Nettie, DT, CMU Curt McMillan, LB, MIA Blaine Bishop, DB, BSU Mark Ross, NG, BGSU

Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23

Eric Wilkerson, RB, KSU Chris Conklin, QB, WMU Jesse Owens, RB, OU John Diettrich, K/P, BSU George Swarn, RB, MIA George Swarn, RB, MIA Stan Hunter, DE, BGSU

Roy Swoape, LB, WMU Brad Saar, LB, BSU Carl Kloosterman, DB, CMU John Offerdahl, LB, WMU Steve O’Malley, DT, NIU Vince Villanucci, DT, BGSU Mark Garalcyzk, DT, WMU Steve Huffman, LB, UT Chris Hartman, DE, BGSU Bryant Jones, DB, UT

1986

Offense

Defense

Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4

Eric Wilkerson, RB, KSU Ron Adams, QB, EMU Rodney Stevenson, RB, CMU Melvin Houston, RB, CMU Kelvin Farmer, RB, UT Pat Young, QB, KSU Wade Kosakowski, QB, BSU Gary Patton, RB, EMU Kelvin Farmer, RB, UT Wade Kosakowski, QB, BSU Terry Morris, QB, MIA Pat Young, QB, KSU Terry Morris QB, MIA Rodney Stevenson RB, CMU

Sheldon White, DB, MIA Harold McGuire, DB, UT Dave Brown, LB, MIA Greg Garnica, LB, BSU John Hunter, DE, BGSU

1987

Offense

Defense

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17

Gary Gussman, P/K, MIA John Hood, RB, CMU Eric Wilkerson, RB, KSU Gary Patton, RB, EMU Eric Dye, WR, KSU Mike Bates, QB, MIA John Hood, RB, CMU Gary Patton, RB, EMU Eric Wilkerson, RB, KSU Bernie Parmalee, RB, BSU Ron Adams, QB, EMU Bernie Parmalee, RB, BSU Jamie Hence, WR, WMU

Steve Huffman, LB, UT Roger Smith, WR, OU John Humter, DE, BGSU Eric Hoffman, LB, WMU Joel Smeenge, LB, WMU Grag Garnica, LB, BSU Howard Young, DB, CMU

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

Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21

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Mike Bruns, LB, CMU Bert Henderson, LB, WMU Eric Miller, DE, EMU Tim Inglis, DE, UT Kyle Kremer, DB, BGSU Shawn Bonner, DB, OU

Steve Huffman, LB, UT Pete Mather, LB, MIA Charles Gordon, DB, EMU Charles Gordon, DB, EMU John Massimiani, LB, KSU

Andy Howard, DE, MIA Scott Frazier, DT, MIA

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1996

Offense

Defense

Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10

Mark Szlachcic, WR, BGSU Joe Youngblood, QB, CMU Kevin Merger, QB, UT Corey Croom, RB, BSU Deland McCullough, RB, MIA Deland McCullough, RB, MIA

Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7

Joe Youngblood, QB, CMU Mike Neu, QB, BSU LeRoy Smith, RB, BGSU Erik White, QB, BGSU

Aug. 31 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2

Ty King, RB, MIA Steve Hookfin, RB, OU Astron Whatley, RB, UA Reggie Allen, WR, CMU Chad Darnell, QB, CMU Justin Wooley. RB, UT Silas Massey, RB, CMU Silas Massey, RB, CMU Kareem Wilson, RB, OU Yasin Reeder, RB, UA Ty King, RB, MIA

Joe O’Neill, LB, BGSU Jason Taylor, DE, UA Brad Maynard, P, BSU Kevin O’Neill. LB, BGSU Joe O’Neill, LB, BGSU Dennis Fitzgerald, FS, OU Dee Osborne, LB, MIA Nate Boyd, LB, UA Jeff Phelps, LB, BSU Nate Boyd, LB, UA Jeff Cheeks, DB, MIA

Nov. 14

Jim Vackaro, RB, WMU

Terry Jackson, DT, UT Phil Dunn, LB, UA Mark Parris, LB, BSU Mike Kyler, LB, CMU Joe Bair, SS, BGSU Chad Brown, DB, UT Rich Yukiewicz, LB, KSU Vic Green, DB, UA Steve Hawkins, SS, WMU Chris Owens, DB, UA John Formentin, LB, UT Curt McMillan, LB, MIA Dan Williams, DE, UT

1997

Offense

Defense

Aug. 31 Sept. 7

JoJuan Armour, LB, MIA Kevin O’Neill, LB, BGSU

Oct. 11

Travis Prentice, RB, MIA Randy Moss, WR, MAR Dwayne Harris, RB, UT Chris Wallace, QB, UT Astron Whatley, RB, KSU Randy Moss, WR, MAR Sam Ricketts, QB, MIA Steve Hookfin, RB, OU Dwayne Harris, RB, UT

Oct. 18

Travis, Prentice, RB, MIA

Jabar Thompson, LB, OU

Oct. 25

Kevin Johnson, LB, BSU Pierre Hixon, DB, WMU

Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16

Jose Davis, QB, KSU Chris Wallace, QB, UT Chris Wallace, QB, UT Corey Alston, WR, WMU Travis Prentice, RB, MIA Travis Prentice, RB, MIA

1998

Offense

Defense

Sept. 5 Sept. 12

Travis Prentice, RB, MIA Eric Flowers, RB, CMU Chad Pennington, QB, MAR Chris Wallace, QB, UT Travis Prentice, RB, MIA Chad Pennington, QB, MAR Godfrey Lewis, RB, BGSU Eric Flowers, RB, CMU Tim Lester, QB, WMU Steve Holmes, RB, BGSU Bob Niemet, QB, BGSU Travis Prentice, RB, MIA Darnell Fields, RB, WMU Steveland Hookfin, RB, OU Tim Lester, QB, WMU Eric Flowers, RB, CMU

JoJuan Armour, LB, MIA Goerge Germany, DB, UA

1993

Offense

Defense

Sept. 4 Sept. 11

Marcel Weems, QB, UA Jeremy Patterson, WR, MIA

Sept. 18

Casey McBeth, RB, UT Jay McDonagh, QB, WMU Erik Timpf, QB, CMU

Ken Williams, DE, UA Vince Palko, LB, BGSU David Thomas, DB, MIA Kevin Johnson, LB, BSU

Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 30

Tony Nibbs, RB, BSU Mike Neu, QB, BSU Brian Oliver, WR, BSU Ryan Henry, QB, BGSU Danny Smith, QB, MIA Wasean Tait, RB, UT

Jim Gant, LB, UT Peter Tuffo, LB, WMU Richard Palmer, DB, EMU Tim Banks, DB, CMU

1994

Offense

Defense

Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17

Jay McDonagh, QB, WMU Brian Pruitt, RB, CMU Ryan Henry, QB, BGSU

Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8

Nov. 19

Michael Blair, RB, BSU Casey McBeth, RB, UT Brian Pruitt, RB, CMU Neil Dougherty, QB, MIA Ryan Henry, QB, BGSU Ryan Henry, QB, BGSU Casey McBeth, RB, UT Michael Armour, QB, EMU Brian Pruitt, RB, CMU Brian Pruitt, RB, CMU Wasean Tait, RB, UT Charlie Batch, QB, EMU

Jack Haworth, DL, BSU Willie Gibson, LB, BGSU Vance Benton, DB, KSU Peter Tuffo, LB, WMU Marvin Reynolds, SS, WMU Bill Atha, DT, MIA Vince Palko, LB, BGSU

1995

Offense

Defense

Sept. 4 Sept. 11

Astron Whatley, RB, KSU Deland McCullough, RB, MIA Damon Tolbert, RB, CMU Kareem Wilson, QB, OU Sam Ricketts, QB, MIA Charlie Batch, QB, EMU Ryan Huzjak, QB, UT Jay McDonagh, QB, WMU Charlie Batch, QB, EMU Silas Massey III, RB, CMU Steve Clay, WR, EMU Wasean Tait, RB, UT Wasean Tait, RB, UT Deland McCullough, RB, MIA Easean Tait, RB, UT Deland McCullough, RB, MIA Wasean Tait, RB, UT

Kwesi Ramsey, LB, EMU Kenyon Harper, LB, MIA

Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12

Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

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Keith McKenzie, LB, BSU Gerald Washington, DE, KSU Craig Donaldson, DB, UT Kevin O’Neill, LB, BGSU Johnnie Williams, LB, MIA Kevin Johnson, LB, BSU Dion Powell, DT, WMU

Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 4

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

Ricky Hall, DT, MAR Kevin O’Neill, LB, BGSU Jeff Cheeks, DB, MIA Paris Johnson, SS, MIA DeMarrio Jones, DB, MIA Marcus Matthews, LB, UT Dustin Cohen, LB, MIA Keyon Laws, SS, BSU Larry McCloud, LB, MAR Jameel Turner, DB, UT Howard Simms, LB, BSU Marshall Defense

John Grace, LB, MAR Brian Leigeb, DB, CMU Rogers Beckett, DB, MAR Dan Falcon, DT, WMU Benji Peacock, DB, NIU Jay Baker, DB, MIA Junior Williams, DB, BGSU Dustin Cohen, LB, MIA Jason Lamar, LB, UT Jay Baker, DB, MIA

Dee Osborne, LB, MIA Craig Dues, LB, UT Nate Boyd, LB, UA Dee Osborne, LB, MIA JoJuan Armour, LB, MIA Damiso Johnson, SS, OU Johnnie Williams, SS, MIA Marcus Matthews, LB, UT Heron O’Neal, DB, WMU Miami University’s defense

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HISTORY AND RECORDS ALL-TIME PLAYERS OF THE WEEK 1999 Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept, 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 2000 Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 2001 Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20

Offense Tim Lester, QB, WMU Travis Prentice, RB, MIA Brandon Payne, RB, UA Jose Davis, QB, KSU Andy Sahm, QB, BGSU Eric Flowers, RB, CMU Chad Pennington, QB, MAR Justin McCareins, WR, NIU Tim Lester, QB, WMU Raynald Ray, RB, OU Travis Prentice, RB, MIA Chad Pennington, QB, MAR Pete Shepherd, QB, CMU Chester Taylor, RB, UT Offense Mike Bath, QB, MIA Chester Taylor, RB, UT Chad Brinker, RB, OU Mike Bath, QB, MIA Kenny Christian, WR, EMU Brandon Payne, RB, UA Robert Sanford, RB, WMU Thomas Hammock, RB, NIU Sean Schembra, WR, BSU Bryon Leftwich, QB, MAR Chester Taylor, RB, UT Walter Church, QB, EMU Michael Turner, RB, NIU Offense Chester Taylor, RB, UT Carl Ford, WR, UT Chester Taylor, RB, UT Terrence Jackson, RB, CMU Tavares Bolden, QB, UT Jeff Welsh, QB, WMU Thomas Hammock, RB, NIU Chris Roberson, RB, EMU Talmadge Hill, QB, BSU Chester Taylor, RB, UT Terrence Jackson, RB, CMU Chris Finlen, QB, NIU Kainoa Akina, QB, EMU

Defense John Grace, LB, MAR George Cameron, LB, UA Kevin Rollins, LB, UT Dustin Cohen, LB, MIA Danny Derricott, DB, MAR Jermaine Hampton, FS, NIU Donald McCall, DB, EMU

Special Teams Julian Goodman, LB, MIA Rashad McDade, FS,WMU Jason Strasser, PK, BGSU Brad Selent, K, WMU William Andrews, RB, NIU Andrew Wilson, WR, UA Kent McCullough, P, MIA

Benji Peacock, DB, NIU Craig Rohlfs, DB, UB Dustin Cohen, LB, MIA John Kraus, NG, OU

Brandon Payne, RB, UA Brad Selent, K, WMU Todd France, K, UT Will Sullivan, DB, BGSU

Joe Adam, DT, CMU Defense Garrett Soldano, LB, WMU

Joe Alls, RB, BGSU Special Teams Milt Bowen, DB, MIA

Demerist Whitfield, DB, NIU Dwight Smith, DB, UA Duane Williams, LB, UB Janssen Patton, DB, BGSU Buster Sampson, DB, NIU DeJuan Goulde, DL, UT Ralph Street, DE, MAR Vincent Thompson, DB, NIU Terrell Jones, LB, MIA Brian Leigeb, FS, CMU Dwight Smith, DB, UA Defense Larry Williams, LB, NIU Lionel Hickenbottom, SS, NIU Vince Thompson, DB, NIU Tom Ward, LB, UT Brian Lape, LB, WMU Rachman Crable, DE, BSU Lorenzo, Scott, LB, BSU Jason Babin, DE, WMU Nick Duffy, LB, NIU David Gardner, LB, UT

Eddie Tillitz, WR, MIA Todd France, K, UT Zac Derr, PK, UA Brad Selent, K, WMU David Pavich, PK, KSU Kent McCullough, P, MIA Kevin Kerr, PK, OU Curtis Jones, WR, MAR Maurice Hines, DB, MAR Raynald Ray, ZB, OU Justin McCareins, WR, NIU Special Teams Steve Azar, PK, NIU James King, DB, CMU Nick Melcher, DE, WMU Ronald Rogers, KR, WMU Todd France, PK, UT Michael Turner, KR, NIU Corey Parchman, KR, BSU Darrell Hill, KR, NIU Steve Azar, PK, NIU Todd France, PK, UT

Lionel Hickenbottom, SS, NIU Mark Zackery, DT, BSU

Robert Menchinger, PK, WMU James King, LB, CMU

2002-West Division Players of the Week Date Aug. 29 Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

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Offense Thomas Hammock, RB, NIU Derrick Vickers, QB, CMU Robert Redd, WR, BGSU Joe Alls, RB, BGSU Michael Turner, RB, NIU Ime Akpan, RB, EMU Josh Harris, QB, BGSU Michael Turner, RB, NIU Josh Harris, QB, BGSU Phil Reed, RB, WMU Robbie Mixon, RB, CMU Michael Turner, RB, NIU Michael Turner, RB, NIU Andy Roesch, QB, BSU Brian Jones, QB, UT Brian Jones, QB, UT

Defense Jason Feldpausch, DB, WMU David Gardner, LB, UT Larry Williams, LB, NIU Alex Glantzis, NG, BGSU

Special Teams Steve Azar, PK, NIU Mike Gruzwalski, PK, CMU Reggie Hodges, P, BSU Pat Fleming, P, BGSU

Justin Dole, SS, NIU Jerry Gaines, DB, EMU Randee Drew, DB, NIU Tom Ward, LB, UT Patrick Body, FS, UT Mitch Hewitt, LB, BGSU Steve Monson, DB, BSU Tony Carr, DB, WMU Phil Alexander, DL, UT

Dan Sheldon, PR, NIU Kendrick Mosley, PR, WMU B.J. Lane, PB, BGSU Alex Glantzis, PB, BGSU Kursten Strothman, PB, NIU Reggie Hodges, P, BSU Tyrone Walker, KOR, WMU Donta Greene, PR, UT

Jason Babin, DE, WMU Keon Jackson, FS, UT

Dan Sheldon, PR, NIU Donta Greene, PR, UT

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Offense Cal Murray, RB, MIA Andre Forde, WR, UB Josh Cribbs, QB, KSU Brandon Carey, RB, MAR Luke Clemens, RB, MIA Dontrell Jackson, QB, OU Frankiln Wallace, RB, MAR Byron Leftwich, QB, MAR Ben Roethlisberger, QB, MIA Freddie Ray, QB, OU Byron Leftwich, QB, MAR

Defense Ryan Sprague, DB, MIA Dahnel Singfield, DB, UB Nashville Dyer, DB, KSU Asante Samuel, DB, UCF

Special Teams Andre Forde, KR, UB Mike Wafzig, P, MIA Kevin Kerr, P, OU Curtis Head, P/PK, MAR

Eric Mahl, LB, KSU Milt Bowen, S, MIA Asante Samuel, DB, UCF

Kevin Kerr, PK/P, OU Josh Betts, Holder, MIA Stafford Owens, PR, OU

Duran Smith, LB, MAR Ryan Terry, DT, MIA Elton Patterson, DE, UCF Rickey McKenzie, DB, UA Rob Stover, LB, OU Milt Brown, DB, MIA Duran Smith, LB, MAR Stanford, LB, UCF

Curtis Head, P/PK, MAR Ben Roethlisberger, P, MIA

Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

Bob Hendry, RB, UA Ryan Schnieder, QB, UCF Stan Hill, QB, MAR Jimmy Fryzel, WR, UCF Byron Leftwich, QB, MAR Doug Gabriel, WR, UCF

Date Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27

Offense Defense P.J. Fleck, WR, NIU Vinson Reynolds, DE, NIU Josh Harris, QB, BGSU Keon Newson, DB, BGSU Trinity Dawson, RB, UT Patrick Body, FS, UT Team awards to Northern Illinois and Toledo Michael Turner, RB, NIU Jason Babin, DE, WMU Phil Reed, RB, WMU P.J. Fleck, WR, NIU Lorenzo Scott, LB, BSU Cole Magner, WR, BGSU Janssen Patton, DB, BGSU Michael Turner, RB, NIU Anthony Sherell, RB, EMU Brian Atkinson, LB, NIU Josh Harris, QB, BGSU Janssen Patton, DB, BGSU Bruce Gradkowski, QB, BGSU Lionel Kickenbottom, FS, NIU Jerry Seymour, RB, CMU Jon Drach, QB, WMU David Lusky, LB, EMU Bruce Gradkowski, QB, UT Jason Babin, DE, WMU Michael Turner, RB, NIU Michael Broussard, LB, UT Josh Harris, QB, BGSU Keon Newson, SS, BGSU

Jason Casear, KOR, OU Chip Cox, DB, OU Matt Prater, PK, UCF Patrick Holland, FS, UCF Jeff Mullins, LS, MAR

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Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 28

Special Teams Steve Azar, PK, NIU Lance Moore, PR, UT Lance Moore, PR, UT Brandon Hannum, P, UT David Gater, BSU, PB Steve Azar, NIU, PK Steve Azar, PK, NIU Charles Sharon, PR, BGSU Adam Anderson, P, WMU Steve Azar, PK, NIU Adam Anderson, P, WMU Steve Azar, PK, NIU Shaun Suisham, PK, BGSU

2003-East Division Players of the Week Date Aug. 30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29

Offense Defense Josh Cribbs, QB, KSU Dennis Chukwuemeka, LB, OU Stan Hill, QB, MAR Roberto Terrell, DB, MAR Ben Roethlisberger, QB, MIA Chase Blackburn, LB, UA Team Awards to Marshall and Miami Bobby Hendry, RB, UA Usama Young, DB, KSU Ben Roethlisberger, QB, MIA Dennis Chukwuemeka, LB, OU Austen Evereson, QB, OU Derek Rehage, LB, MIA Charlie Frye, QB, UA Darrell Hunter, DB, MIA Darius Watts, WR, MAR Mark Graham, DB, UB Butchie Wallace, RB, MAR Gladstone Coke, LB, MAR Charlie Frye, QB, UA Terna Nande, LB, MIA Joshua Cribbs, QB, KSU Ben Roethlisberger, QB, MIA Terna Nande, LB, MIA Joshua Cribbs, QB, KSU Jamus Martin, LB, MAR Ben Roethlisberger, QB, MIA Jonathan Goddard, DE, MAR

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Special Teams Travis Mayle, PK, KSU Matthew Miller, P, OU Matt Cherry, PR, UA Mike Wfzig, P, MIA Tavaris Capers, PR, UCF Ryne Robinson, PR, MIA Ryne Robinson, PR, MIA Dalls Pelz, PK, UB Dallas Pelz, PK, UB Ryne Robinson, PR, MIA Ben Lewis, P, MAR Ryne Robinson, PR, MIA Jareg Parseghian, PK, MIA

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Offense Anthony Sherrell, EMU, rb Jerry Seymour, CMU, rb Bruce Gradkowski, UT, qb Dante Ridgeway, BSU, wr Garrett Wolfe, NIU, tb Kenny Higgins, UT, wr Omar Jacobs, BG, qb Garrett Wolfe, NIU, tb Josh Haldi, NIU, qb Kent Smith, CMU, qb Garrett Wolfe, NIU, tb P.J. Pope, BG, rb Eric Deslauriers, EMU, wr Omar Jacobs, BG, qb Garrett Wolfe, NIU, rb Lance Moore, UT, wr

Defense Keon Newson, BG, ss Ray Smith, NIU, ss Paul Tithof, WMU, lb Javan Lee, NIU, lb

Special Teams Andrew Wellock, EMU, pk Charles Sharon, BG, pr Dan Sheldon, NIU, pr Chris Nendek, NIU, pk

James King, CMU, lb Jerry Gaines, EMU, s Kevin Harrison, EMU, lb Phil Alexander, UT, de Mitch Crossley, BG, de

Dan Bauzin, CMU, p Chris Nendek, NIU, pk B.J. Lane, BG, kor Lance Moore, UT pr/kor Ronald Budd, CMU, pk

Keon Newson, BG, ss

Andrew Wellock, EMU, pk

Erik Keys, BSU, s Patrick Body, UT, fs

Terrel White, BG, KO team James King, CMU, punt team

2004-East Division Players of the Week Date S 2, 4

Offense Charlie Frye, UA, qb

Defense Aaron Sanders, UB, de

S 11 S 18 S 23-25 S 29, O 2 O9 O 16

Josh Betts, MIA, qb Darrel Dowery, KSU, wr Domenik Hixon, UA, wr Scott Mayle, OU, wr Michael Larkin, MIA, wr Josh Betts, MIA, qb

O 23 O 30 N 2, 5, 6 N 9, 13 N 20

Brett Briggs, UA, rb Joshua Cribbs, KSU, qb Charlie Frye, UA, qb Joshua Cribbs, KSU, qb Luke Clemens, MIA, qb

Jonathan Goddard, MAR,de Marcus Johnson, MIA, dl Matt Muncy, OU, lb Jonathan Goddard, MAR, de Jonathan Goddard, MAR, de Kiki Gonzalez, UA, dt James Evans, UB, cb Jonathan Goddard, MAR, de Chris Royal, MAR, db Justin Parrish, KSU, lb Dwayne LeFall, UA, dl John Glavin, MIA, dl Charlie Frye, UA, qb

DATE S 1-3 S 10 S 17 S 24 S 27, O 1 O 5, 8 O 15 O 22 O 29 N 4, 5 N 12 N 15, 16, 19

Offense Garrett Wolfe, NIU, tb Kent Smith, CMU, qb Bruce Gradkowski, UT, qb Phil Horvath, NIU, qb Ontario Sneed, CMU, rb Greg Jennings, WMU, wr Kent Smith, CMU, qb Adrian Davis, NIU, tb Tim Hiller, WMU, qb Kent Smith, CMU, qb Sam Hurd, NIU, wr Greg Jennings, WMU, wr Garrett Wolfe, NIU, tb

N 21-24

Garrett Wolfe, NIU, tb

Date S 1-3 S 9-10 S 17 S 24 S 28, O 1 O 5, 8 O 15 O 22 O 29

Offense Omar Jacobs, BG, qb Omar Jacobs, BG, qb Brandon Murphy, MIA, rb Luke Getsy, UA, qb Martin Nance, MIA, wr Charles Sharon, BG, wr Brandon Murphy, MIA, rb Kavlin McRae, OU, rb Brett Biggs, UA, rb Kalvin McRae, OU, rb Josh Betts, MIA, qb Jared Patterson, UB, rb Brett Biggs, UA, tb Brett Biggs, UA, tb

Special Teams Ian O’Connor, MAR, pk, p Jack Williams, KSU, db Brett Briggs, UA, kor Ryne Robinson, MIA, pr Matthew Miller, OU, p Ben Woods, UB, p Ian O’Connor, MAR, pk, p Emanual Spann, MAR, kr Ivan Clark, MAR, punt team Ian O’Connoer, MAR pk, p Jason Swiger, UA, pk Bryan Cummimgs, UB, pr Brandon Murphy, MIA, kor

2005-West Division Players of the Week Defense Dan Bazuin, CMU, de Anthony Jordan, UT, lb Dustin Duclo, WMU, lb Ameer Ismail, WMU, lb Daniel Holtzclaw, EMU, lb Mike Alston, UT, olb Anthony Jordan, UT, lb Ammer Ismail, WMU, lb

Special Teams Nate Meyer, WMU, pk Blake Smith, EMU, punt team Jim Laney, WMU, p Andrew Wellock, EMU, pk Jim Laney, WMU, p Brian Jackson, BSU, pk Damien Linson, CMU, pr Shatone Powers, NIU, pr

Joshua Taylor, BSU, cb Anthony Jordan, UT, lb Brad Seiss, BSU, lb Justin Utschig, NIU, db Dan Bazuin, CMU, dl Tyrell Herbert, UT, fs

Jim Lanet, WMU, p B.J. Hill, BSU, pr Andrew Wellock, EMU, pk Ryan Strehl, CMU, db Jason Robbins, UT, pk

2005-East Division Players of the Week

N 4, 5 N 12 N 15, 19 N 21-24

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Defense Matt Muncy, OU, lb Dion Byrum, OU, cb John Busing, MIA, lb Dion Byrum, OU, cb Jelani Jordan, BG, db Devon Parks, BG, de Terrill Mayberry, BG, db Matt Muncy, OU, lb Jay Rohr, UA, lb

Special Teams Matt Miller, OU, p Domenik Hixon, UA, kor Jason Swiger, UA, pk Jay Rohr, UA, kick team Todd Soderquist, MIA, pk Jordan Meyers, OU, kick team Matt Miller, OU, p Ryan Redd, MIA, cb Ben Woods, UB, p

Brian White, UA, dl Rob Schroeder, UB, dt Brad Williams, BG, dl Brion Stokes, UA, lb

Todd Soderquist, MIA, pk Travis Mayle, KSU, pk Charles, Sharon, CMU, pr Jay Rohr, UA, lb

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Date Sep. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16

Offense Garrett Wolfe, RB, NIU Mark Bonds, RB, WMU Garrett Wolfe, RB, NIU

Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21

Brian Brunner, QB, CMU Garrett Wolfe, RB, NIU Garrett Wolfe, RB, NIU Dan LeFevour, QB, CMU Andy Schmitt, QB, EMU Ryan Cubit, QB, WMU Jalen Parmele, RB, UT Ontario Sneed, RB, CMU Marcel Archer, RB, CMU Garrett Wolfe, RB, NIU Larry Bostic, RB, BSU

Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 24 Date Sep. 2 Sept. 9 Sept. 16

Offense Freddie Barnes, QB, BGSU Dennis Kennedy, RB, UA Austen Everson, QB, OU Julian Edelman, QB, KSU

Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 24

Luke Getsy, QB, UA Julian Edelman, QB, KSU Kalvin McRae, RB, OU Eugene Jarvis, TB, KSU Dennis Kennedy, RB, UA Kalvin McRae, RB, OU James Sparks, RB, UA Luke Getsy, QB, UA Kalvin McRae, RB, OU Corey Partridge, WR, BGSU Kalvin McRae, RB, OU

Date Sep. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13

Offense Jamarko Simmons, WR, WMU Ontario Sneed, RB, CMU MiQuale Lewis, HB, BSU Nate Davis, QB, BSU Mark Bonds, RB, WMU Dan LeFevour, QB, CMU Dan LeFevour, QB, CMU

Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24

Jalen Parmele, RB, UT Aaron Opelt, QB, UT Jalen Parmele, RB, UT Dan LeFevour, QB, CMU Tim Hiller, QB, WMU Dan LeFevour, QB, CMU

Date Sep. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6

Offense Tyler Sheehan, QB, BGSU Kalvin McRae, RB, OU Drew Willy, QB, UB Tyler Sheehan, QB, BGSU Eugene Jarvis, TB, KSU Jabari Arthur, WR, UA James Starks, RB, UB James Starks, RB, UB Adam DiMichele, QB, TU Willie Geter, RB, BGSU Kalvin McRae, RB, OU Miami’s offensive line Alex Allen, RB, UA Tyler Sheehan, QB, BGSU Drew Willy, QB, UB

Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 23

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2006-West Division Players of the Week Defense Erik Keys, SS, BSU Ameer Ismail, LB, WMU Josh Gordy, DB, CMU Barry Chruch, S, UT Londen Fryar, DB, WMU Tim McCarthy, MLB, NIU Dan Bazuin, DL, CMU Ameer Ismail, LB, WMU Ameer Ismail, LB, WMU

Special Teams Tony Mikulec, P, CMU Brandon West, KR, WMU Jim Laney, P, WMU

Ameer Ismail, LB, WMU Ameer Ismail, LB, WMU Dan Bazuin, DL, CMU Wendell Brown, LB, BSU Cortlan Booker, DE, CMU

Brian Jackson, PK, BSU Nate Myer, PK, WMU Brett Kern, PK, UT Brian Jackson, PK, BSU Time Brazzel, PK, CMU

Chris Nendick, PK, NIU Eric Fraser, KR, CMU Tony Mikulec, P, CMU Nate Myer, PK, WMU Chris Nendick, PK, NIU

2006-East Division Players of the Week Defense Ramon Guzman, DB, UB Joey Hudson, DB, MIA

Special Teams Matt Lasher, PK, OU Naaman Roosevelt, KR, UB

Jerrett Sanderson, FS, BGSU Barry Chruch, S, UT Andre Kirkland, DB, KSU Diyral Briggs, DE, BGSU Tyler Russ, OLB, OU Jack Williams, DB, KSU Davanzo Tate, DB, UA Eric Hodge, DE, OU Mike Newton, DB, UB Brion Stokes, LB, UA Joey Hudson, DB, MIA T.J. Wright, CB, OU

Chris Garrett, PR, OU David Harvey, KR, UA Ryne Robinson, PR, MIA Chris Garrett, PR, OU Matt Lasher, PK, OU Matt Lasher, PK, OU Matt Lasher, PK, OU Scott Mayle, KR, OU David Harvey, KR, UA Kenny Lewis, CB, BGSU Matt Lasher, PK, OU

2007-West Division Players of the Week Defense Austin Pritchard, LB, WMU Bryant Haines, LB, BSU Daniel Holtzclaw, LB, EMU Larry English, DE, NIU Red Keith, LB, CMU Ryan Downard, S, EMU Josh Gordy, CB, CMU Dustin Dolco, LB, WMU Brandon Crawford, DE, BSU Ryan Downard, S, EMU Barry Church, S, UT Brandon Bice, DE, NIU Alex Knipp, DB, BSU Brandon Crawford, DE, BSU

Special Teams Brett Kern, P, UT / Jim Laney, P, WMU Brandon West, KR, WMU Brandon Crawford, BSU Jalen Parmele, KR, UT Antonio Brown, KR, CMU Brandon West, KR, WMU Mike Jones, P, WMU

Chris Miller, P, BSU Zach Johnson, P, EMU Andrew Hawkins, KR, UT Andrew Aguila, PK, CMU Brandon West, KR, WMU Andy Dittbenner, P, NIU / Jim Laney, P, WMU

2007-East Division Players of the Week Defense Reggie Corner, CB, UA Larry Hutchinson, OLB, UB John Mackey, DB, UA Brion Stokes, LB, UA Joey Hudson, LB, MIA Terrance Knighton, DT, TU Joey Hudson, LB, MIA Junior Galetet, DE, TU Mike Newton, FS, UB P.J. Mahone, DB, BGSU Glenn Stanley, LB, BGSU Clayton Mullins, LB, MIA P.J. Mahone, DB, BGSU

Special Teams Joshua Adams, OU Simon Manka, UB Shawn Bayes, KR, KSU Michael Braunstein, PK, OU Jake Richardson, P, MIA Andre Jones, KR, UA Jake Brownell, PK, TU Michael Braunstein, PK, OU A.J. Principe, PK, UB Vinced Davidson, KR, OU Sinisa Vrvilo, PK, BGSU Bryan Williams, KR, UT Delano Green, PR, TU Nate Parseghian, PK, MIA Joshua Adams, OU

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Date Aug. 28-30 Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 28 Date Aug. 28-30

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Offense Chandler Harnish, QB, NIU Dante Love, WR, BSU Tim Hiller, QB, WMU MiQuale Lewis, RB, BSU Dan LeFevour, QB, CMU Tyler Jones, WR, EMU Nick Moore, WR, TOL Tim Hiller, QB, WMU Brian Brunner, QB, CMU Nate Davis, QB, BSU Brain Brunner, QB, CMU Nate Davis, QB, BSU Jamarko Simmons, WR, WMU Dan LeFevour, QB, CMU MiQuale Lewis, RB, BSU Chandler Harnish, QB, NIU Andy Schmitt, QB, EMU

Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 28

Offense Jimmy Scheidler, TE, BGSU Drew Willy, QB, Buffalo Chris Jacquemain, QB, Akron Naaman Roosevelt, WR, UB Andre Jones, WR, Akron Tyler Sheehan, QB, BGSU Deryn Bowser, WR, Akron Tyler Sheehan, QB, BGSU Dennis Kennedy, RB, Akron Eugene Jarvis, RB, KSU James Starks, RB, UB Akron’s Offensive Line James Starks, RB, UB Drew Willy, QB, UB Julian Edelman, QB, KSU

Date Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

Offense Aaron Opelt, QB, Toledo Aaron Opelt, QB, Toledo Me’co Brown, RB, NIU Dan LeFevour, QB, CMU Stephen Williams, WR, Toledo Brandon West, RB, WMU Dan LeFevour, QB, CMU MiQuale Lewis, RB, BSU Chad Spann, RB, NIU Chad Spann, RB, NIU Dan LeFevour, QB, CMU Dan LeFevour, QB, CMU Bryan Schroeder, RB, CMU

Date Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 21 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Nov. 9 Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30

Offense Freddie Barnes, WR, BGSU Zach Maynard, QB, Buffalo Tyler Sheehan, QB, BGSU Theo Scott, QB, Ohio Bernard Pierce, RB, Temple Freddie Barnes, WR, BGSU Tyler Sheehan, QB, BGSU Bernard Pierce, RB, Temple Bernard Pierce, RB, Temple Tyler Sheehan, QB, BGSU Naaman Roosevelt, WR, UB Theo Scott, QB, Ohio Theo Scott, QB, Ohio

2008-West Division Players of the Week Defense Frank Zombo, DE, CMU Louis Delmas, DB, WMU Sean Baker, DB, MIA Derrick Henry, FS, BSU B. McCornell, LB, WMU Larry English, DE, NIU Tyrell Herbert, FS, TOL

Special Teams B.J. Hill, PR, BSU Alex Steigerwald, PK, TOL Antonio Brown, PR, CMU Alex Steigerwald, PK, TOL A. Dittbenner, P, NIU Brandon West, KOR, WMU Alex Steigerwald, PK, TOL

Alex Kube, LB, NIU Craig Rusch, DE, NIU Mark Dietz, DT, CMU E.J. Biggars, DB, WMU Louis Delmas, FS, WMU

Andrew Aguila, PK, CMU Mike Salerno, PK, NIU Bret Hartmann, P, CMU

Davyd Jones, LB, BSU Larry English, DE, NIU

Aaron Winchester, PK, WMU Ian McGarvey, PK, BSU

Trey Lewis, DB, BSU

Patrick Preppa, P, EMU

John Potter, PK, WMU

2008-East Division Players of the Week Defense Kenny Lewis, DB, BGSU

Special Teams Tommie Williams, Temple

Lee Renfro, LB, Ohio Ben Bennett, DB, MIA Steven Jackson, FS, Ohio Cody Basler, LB, BGSU Brian Lainhart, FS, KSU Lee Renfro, LB, Ohio Davonte Shannon, SS, UB Brian Lainhart, FS, KSU P.J. Mahone, DB, BGSU Erique Dozier, LB, BGSU Rico Murray, DB, KSU Mike Newton, S, UB Diyral Briggs, DL, BGSU

Jake Richardson, P, MIA Eugene Harris, PR, MIA Ernest Jackson, KOR, UB Jeff Wathne, P/PK, Temple Igor Iveljic, PK, Akron Barrett Way, PK, Ohio Nate Parseghian, PK, MIA Jeff Wathne, P/PK, Temple Andrae Smith, UB Peter Fardon, P, UB A.J. Principe, PK, UB Chris Garrett, KOR, Ohio Barrett Way, PK, Ohio

2009-West Division Players of the Week Defense Cory Hanson, LB, NIU Austin Pritchard, LB, WMU Jamail Berry, S, WMU Austin Pritchard, LB, WMU Jake Coffman, DE, NIU Nick Bellore, LB, CMU Brandon Bice, DE, NIU Larry Knight, DE, CMU Justin Braska, DE, WMU Cory Hanson, LB, NIU Jamail Berry, S, WMU Jake Coffman, DE, NIU Archie Donald, LB, Toledo

Special Teams Mike Salerno, PK, NIU Andrew Aguila, PK, CMU Antonio Brown, KOR, CMU Alex Steigerwald, PK, Toledo Brett Hartmann, P, CMU Antonio Brown, KOR, CMU Barry Church, S, Toledo Brandon West, KOR, WMU Mike Salerno, PK, NIU Brandon West, KOR, WMU Brandon West, KOR, WMU Alex Steigerwald, PK, Toledo Ben Armer, P, WMU

2009-East Division Players of the Week Defense Cobrani Mixon, LB, KSU Brian Wagner, LB, Akron Brian Lainhart, S, KSU Elijah Joseph, LB, Temple Dak Notestine, DL, Ohio Jaiquawn Jarrett, S, Temple Mike Newton, S, Buffalo Kevin Hogan, DE, KSU Monte Simmons, DE, KSU Miguel Graham, DB, Akron Jerett Sanderson, LB, BGSU Muhammad Wilkerson, DT, Temple Roger Williams, DB, BGSU

Special Teams Matt Weller, PK, Ohio Jerry Phillips, PK, BGSU Brandon McManus, PK, Temple Freddy Cortez, PK, KSU Jerry Phillips, PK, BGSU Melvin Payne, LB, Ohio Chad Clemens, LB, Ohio Dashan Miller, KOR, Akron Matt Weller, PK, Ohio Brandon McManus, PK, Temple Matt Weller, PK, Ohio LaVon Brazill, PR, Ohio A.J. Principe, PK, Buffalo

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Date Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29

Offense Dwayne Priest, RB, EMU Alex Carder, QB, WMU Paris Cotton, RB, CMU Chad Spann, RB, NIU Chandler Harnish, QB, NIU Chandler Harnish, QB, NIU Alex Gillett, QB, EMU Juan Nunez, WR, WMU Jordan White, WR, WMU Jack Tomlinson, WR, BSU Chandler Harnish, QB, NIU Dwayne Priest, RB, EMU Terrance Owens, QB, Toledo

Date Sept. 6 Sept. 13 Sept. 20 Sept. 27 Oct. 4 Oct. 11 Oct. 18 Oct. 25 Nov. 1 Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 22 Nov. 29

Offense Spencer Keith, QB, KSU Thomas Merriweather, RB, MIA Bernard Pierce, RB, Temple Terrence McCrae, WR, Ohio Matt Brown, RB, Temple Phil Bates, QB, Ohio Boo Jackson, QB, Ohio Tyshon Goode, WR, KSU Nick Harwell, WR, Miami Mike Gerardi, QB, Temple Nick Harwell, WR, Miami Vince Davidson, RB, Ohio Thomas Merriweather, RB, MIA

Date Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26

Nov. 21 Nov. 28

Offense Chandler Harnish, QB, NIU Eric Page, WR, Toledo Jordan White, WR, WMU co-Jordan White, WR, WMU co-Eric Page, WR, Toledo Alex Carder, QB, WMU Jordan White, WR, WMU Chandler Harnish, QB, NIU Javonti Greene, RB, EMU Jordan White, WR, WMU Chandler Harnish, QB, NU co-Alex Carder, QB, WMU co-Jordan White, WR, WMU Chandler Harnish, QB, NIU Eric Page, WR, Toledo

Date Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Nov. 28

Offense Bernard Pierce, RB, Temple Eugene Cooper, WR, BGSU Tyler Tettleton, QB, Ohio Bernard Pierce, RB, Temple Tyler Tettleton, QB, Ohio Branden Oliver, RB, Buffalo Bernard Pierce, RB, Temple Chazz Anderson, QB, Buffalo Zac Dysert, QB, Miami Donte’ Harden, RB, Ohio Matt Brown, RB, Temple Branden Oliver, RB, Buffalo Bernard Pierce, RB, Temple

Oct. 3 Oct. 10 Oct. 17 Oct. 24 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14

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2010-West Division Players of the Week Defense Nick Bellore, LB, CMU Dan Molls, LB, Toledo Desmond Marrow, DB, Toledo Archie Donald, LB, Toledo Robert Eddins, DE, BSU Lewis Toler, DB, WMU T.J. Fatinikun, DE, Toledo Tyrone Clark, LB, NIU Jake Coffman, DE, NIU Armond Staten, LB, CMU Sean Baker, S, BSU Jamail Berry, DB, WMU Jake Coffman, DE, NIU

Special Teams Ben Armer, P, WMU Jay Karutz, P, EMU Josh Wilber, P, NIU Jimmie Ward, DB, NIU Ben Armer, P, WMU John Potter, PK, WMU Jimmie Ward, DB, NIU Isaiah Ballard, KOR, Toledo Vince Penza, P, Toledo Ian McGarvey, PK, BSU Ian McGarvey, PK, BSU Jordan Delegal, LB, NIU Eric Page, KR, Toledo

2010-East Division Players of the Week Defense Keith Morgan, DB, BGSU Muhammad Wilkerson, DL, Temple Dwayne Woods, LB, BGSU Jaiquawn Jarrett, DB, Temple Khalil Mack, LB, Buffalo Roosevelt Nix, DT, KSU Evan Harris, LB, Miami Muhammad Wilkerson, DL, Temple Chris Jones, DT, BGSU Stafford Gatling, DL, Ohio Dwayne Woods, LB, BGSU Brandon Stephens, DB, Miami Cobrani Mixon, LB, KSU

Special Teams Brandon McManus, PK, Temple Freddy Cortez, PK, KSU Paul Hershey, P, Ohio Paul Hershey, P, Ohio Trevor Cook, PK, Miami Matt Rinehart, P, KSU Adrian Robinson, DE, Temple Freddy Cortez, PK, KSU Matt Rinehart, P, KSU Matt Rinehart, P, KSU Trevor Cook, PK, Miami Eugene Cooper, PR, BGSU Paul Hershey, P, Ohio

2011-West Division Players of the Week Defense Nathan Ollie, DT, BSU Marcus English, LB, EMU Travis Freeman, LB, BSU Sean Baker, S, BSU

Special Teams Ryan Casano, K, Toledo John Potter, K, WMU John Potter, K, WMU Jeremiah Detmer, K, Toledo

Robert Bell, LB, Toledo Ron Newcomb, DT, NIU Desmond Marrow, DB, Toledo Desmond Marrow, DB, Toledo Johnnie Simon, R, WMU Dan Molls, LB, Toledo Brad Ohrman, DL, EMU

David Harman, K, CMU Eric Page, PR, Toledo Scott Kovanda, P, BSU Jalill Smith, KR, BSU David Harman, K, CMU Tommylee Lews, KR, NIU John Potter, PK, WMU

Drew Nowak, DL, WMU Sean Progar, DE, NIU

Demarius Reed, KR, EMU John Potter, K, WMU

2011-East Division Players of the Week Defense Chris Jones, DT, BGSU Khalil Mack, LB, Buffalo Dwayne Woods, LB, BGSU Luke Wollet, S, KSU C.J. Malauulu, LB, KSU Stephen Johnson, LB, Temple Roosevelt Nix, DT, KSU Chris Jones, DT, BGSU Luke Batton, LB, KSU Jerrell Wedge, LB, Miami Roosevelt Nix, DT, KSU Stephen Johnson, LB, Temple Keith Moore, LB, Ohio

Special Teams Travis Carrie, PR, Ohio Matt Weller, PK, Ohio Matt Weller, PK, Ohio Ray Hutson, WR, BGSU BooBoo Gates, PR, BGSU Matt Weller, PK, Ohio BooBoo Gates, PR, BGSU Matt Weller, PK, Ohio Freddy Cortez, PK, KSU Rob Hollomon, KR, KSU Paul Hershey, P, Ohio Matt Weller, PK, Ohio Matt Brown, KR, Temple

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Date Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24

2012-West Division Players of the Week

Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

Offense Defense Jahwan Edwards, RB, Ball State Sean Progar, DE, Northern Illinois Terrance Owens, QB, Toledo Jimmie Ward, S, Northern Illinois Jordan Lynch, QB, NIU Cheatham Norrils, DB, Toledo co-Ryan Radcliff, QB, CMU Desmond Bozeman, LB, WMU co-Keith Wenning, QB, Ball State co-Jordan Lynch, QB, NIU Keith Wenning, QB, Ball State Dan Molls, LB, Toledo Jordan Lynch, QB, NIU Freddie Bishop, DL, Western Michigan Bronson Hill, RB, EMU Marlon Moore, DB, Northern Illinois Tyler Benz, QB, EMU Nathan Ollie, DT, Ball State Zurlon Tipton, RB, CMU Sean Progar, DE, Northern Illinois Eric Monette, WR, WMU Ken Bishop, DT, Northern Illinois David Fluellen, RB, Toledo Nick Miles, DE, Ball State Jordan Lynch, QB, NIU Jahleel Addae, DB, Central Michigan Zurlon Tipton, RB, CMU Trent Voss, LB, Toledo

Date Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26

Offense Tyler Tettleton, QB, Ohio Dalton Williams, QB, Akron Tyler Tettleton, QB, Ohio Zac Dysert, QB, Miami Zac Dysert, QB, Miami Trayion Durham, RB, Kent State Dri Archer, RB, Kent State Trayion Durham, RB, Kent State Nick Harwell, WR, Miami Branden Oliver, RB, Buffalo Anthon Samuel, RB, BGSU Dri Archer, RB, Kent State John Pettigrew, RB, BGSU

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Special Teams Vince Penza, P, Toledo Andrew Haldeman, K, Western Michigan Steven Schott, K, Ball State David Harman, K, Central Michigan Mathew Sims, K, Northern Illinois Bernard Reedy, KR, Toledo Bernard Reedy, KR, Toledo Bernard Reedy, KR, Toledo Mathew Sims, K, Northern Illinois Richie Hogan, P, Central Michigan Jeremiah Detmer, K, Toledo Dylan Mulder, K, Eastern Michigan Tommylee Lewis, KR, Northern Illinois

2012-East Division Players of the Week Defense Colby Way, DE, Buffalo Chris Jones, DT, Bowling Green Chris Jones, DT, Bowling Green Darius Polk, DB, Kent State Khalil Mack, LB, Buffalo Ryland Ward, DB, Bowling Green Chris Jones, DT, Bowling Green Dwayne Woods, LB, Bowling Green Luke Batton, LB, Kent State Roosevelt Nix, DL, Kent State Cortney Lester, DB, Buffalo Khalil Mack, LB, Buffalo C.J. Malauulu, LB, Kent State

Special Teams Dri Archer, KR, Kent State Matt Weller, K, Ohio Matt Weller, K, Ohio Robert Stein, K, Akron Dri Archer, KR, Kent State Daz’ Patterson, KR, Ohio Matt Weller, K, Ohio Freddie Cortez, K, Kent State Kaleb Patterson, K, Miami Patrick Clarke, K, Buffalo Colter Johnson, P, UMass Anthony Melchiori, P, Kent State Matt Weller, K, Ohio

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HISTORY AND RECORDS TEAM YEAR-BY-YEAR LEADERS

YEAR SCHOOL 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948

Northern Illinois Temple Northern Illinois Northern Illinois Kent State Toledo Bowling Green Toledo Northern Illinois Marshall Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio Toledo Central Michigan Akron Akron Central Michigan Toledo Central Michigan Kent State Eastern Michigan Central Michigan Northern Illinois Central Michigan Central Michigan Northern Illinois Toledo Western Michigan Central Michigan Central Michigan Central Michigan Western Michigan Central Michigan Miami Kent State Miami Western Michigan Western Michigan Toledo Miami Miami Kent State Miami Bowling Green Ohio Miami Bowling Green Bowling Green Ohio Miami Miami Miami Miami Kent State Kent State Miami Kent State Miami Miami Miami

RUSHING OFFENSE

PASSING OFFENSE

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YARDS

YPC

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YEAR SCHOOL G ATT COMP INT PCT YARDS TD YPG

613 636 581 531 527 505 505 490 550 499 649 567 646 624 680 649 685 564 571 552 556 507 596 501 624 551 590 567 565 591 542 633 579 741 698 731 677 740 612 593 683 618 558 527 625 608 562 547 492 469 496 524 503 462 493 431 488 430 483 477 504 535 389 402 398

3335 3335 3645 2537 2767 2510 2120 2602 2858 2356 2878 2641 3553 2888 3044 3321 3289 2690 3132 2103 2181 1808 2474 1871 3073 2489 2798 2020 2557 3050 2017 2892 2614 3183 3018 3213 3136 3613 2565 2301 2806 2607 2631 2292 2550 2253 2258 2071 2398 2061 2262 2126 2431 2241 2355 2083 2312 2507 3392 2635 2801 2535 2166 2246 2058

5.4 5.2 6.3 4.8 5.3 5.0 4.2 5.3 5.2 4.7 4.4 4.7 5.5 4.6 4.5 5.1 4.8 4.8 5.5 3.8 3.9 3.6 4.2 3.7 4.9 4.5 4.7 3.6 4.5 5.2 3.7 4.6 4.5 4.3 4.3 4.4 4.6 4.9 4.2 3.9 4.1 4.3 4.7 4.3 4.1 3.8 4.0 3.8 4.9 4.4 4.6 4.1 4.8 4.9 4.8 4.8 4.7 5.8 7.0 6.0 5.5 4.7 5.6 5.5 5.2

238.2 256.5 260.4 195.2 230.6 209.2 176.7 216.8 238.2 196.3 239.8 240.1 323.0 262.5 276.7 301.9 274.1 244.5 284.7 191.2 198.3 164.4 224.9 170.1 279.4 226.3 279.8 183.7 232.1 277.3 201.7 262.9 237.6 289.4 274.4 292.1 285.1 328.5 256.5 209.2 280.6 260.7 263.1 229.2 255.0 225.3 225.8 207.1 239.8 206.1 226.2 236.2 270.1 249.0 261.7 231.4 256.9 278.6 376.9 292.8 311.2 281.7 240.7 249.6 228.7

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950 1949 1948

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12 13 12 13 13 13 12 11 12 14 13 12 12 12 11 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 10 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 10 9 9 9

583 554 475 596 535 483 373 455 472 535 575 477 483 427 409 450 369 441 393 319 392 333 363 415 397 463 428 394 416 480 285 332 303 272 296 276 263 312 309 303 259 257 292 294 281 264 280 146 150 159 142 162 124 156 124 142 111 123 156 166 134 184 170 190 138

364 369 298 381 346 273 232 254 313 363 383 319 293 206 238 264 198 254 227 186 190 189 182 223 221 213 232 239 265 305 176 179 176 136 161 155 132 190 187 165 132 128 164 150 149 131 132 70 89 68 69 84 59 83 66 62 55 68 60 66 80 90 85 85 58

18 16 12 7 10 6 11 14 4 11 15 7 10 11 16 13 12 19 13 17 15 12 12 13 18 26 22 16 13 17 18 17 10 17 14 14 14 12 13 17 14 15 12 12 11 12 16 10 4 16 7 15 7 9 2 10 6 8 18 18 7 15 5 9 15

.624 .667 .627 .639 .647 .565 .622 .571 .663 .679 .666 .639 .607 .670 .582 .587 .537 .576 .578 .583 .485 .568 .501 .537 .557 .460 .542 .607 .637 .635 .618 .539 .581 .500 .544 .585 .502 .609 .605 .545 .520 .498 .562 .520 .530 .496 .471 .479 .593 .430 .486 .519 .476 .532 .532 .437 .495 .553 .385 .398 .597 .489 .500 .447 .420

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