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TEAM INFORMATION 2010 Overall Record:............................... 5 wins, 5 losses 2010 MIAA Record/Finish:.............. 4 wins, 2 losses/T-2nd Basic offense:........................................................ Multiple Basic defense:...............................................................4-4 Letterwinners returning:.............................41 (21 O, 20 D) Letterwinners lost:.....................................28 (12 O, 16 D) Starters returning:..........................................16 (8 O, 8 D) Starters lost:....................................................6 (4 O, 2 D)

SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director:.................... Ryan Thompson SID e-mail:....................................rthompson@adrian.edu SID office phone:.......................................(517) 264-3280 SID cell phone:..........................................(517) 438-0995 SID fax number:........................................(517) 264-3810 Website:......................................www.adrianbulldogs.com Press box phone:......................................(517) 438-0995

CREDITS

The 2011 Adrian College Football Media Guide was designed, written and produced by Ryan Thompson, Sports Information Director with editorial assistance from the Adrian College Public Relations Office. Photography by Dave Pearcy, ZR Photo and Mike Carter. Special Thanks to Nathan LaRiccia for editorial assistance. Cover Designs by Mike Miller. Printing done by Precision Business Solutions in Perrysburg, Ohio. Information included in this publication is current through Aug. 17, 2011.

Head Athletic Trainer:..................................................Jamie Fetter Alma Mater, Year:.......................................Defiance College, 1996 Work Phone: .................................................... (517) 264-3969 E-mail: ............................................... jfetter@adrian.edu

Table of Contents

Quick Facts.................................................................... 3 Adrian College at a Glance......................................... 4-5 Performance Stadium..................................................... 6 Season Preview............................................................. 7 Head Coach Jim Deere.................................................. 8 Assistant Coaches (T. Haines & K. Uecker)................... 9 Assistant Coaches (B. Haines & J. Chapin)................. 10 Assistant Coaches (C. Calley, H. Bailey, R.Maiuri)...... 11 2011 Numerical and Alphabetical Roster................. 12-14 Player Biographies.................................................. 15-28 2010 Team Stats and Information................................. 29 2010 Individual Stats............................................... 30-31 2010 Defensive Stats................................................... 32 MIAA Information.......................................................... 33 2010 Game Recaps................................................ 34-38

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First year of football:.................................................. 1892 All-time record:......................................382-431-20 (.471) Years in Post-season play:.........................2 (1983, 1988) Last post-season appearance:.... 1988, L 25-7 Augustana All-time playoff record:.................................................. 0-2

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HISTORY

Assistant Coaches (Responsibilities): Tyler Haines (Defiance College, ‘06).......... (517) 265-5161 x.5003 Offensive Coordinator/Assistant Head Coach Keith Uecker (Auburn University, ‘81)......... (517) 265-5161 x.5032 Offensive Line Bryant Haines (Ball State, ‘09)................... (517) 265-5161 x.5004 Defensive Line/Strength & Conditioning Jim Chapin (Univ. of Michigan, ‘09)............ (517) 265-5161 x.4006 Wide Receivers/Recruiting Coordinator/Special Teams Christon Calley (Adrian College, ‘09)......... (517) 265-5161 x.4018 Secondary/Video Coordinator Harry Bailey (Adrian College, ‘09).............. (517) 265-5161 x.5012 Outside Linebackers/JV Head Coach Ryan Maiuri (Lakeland College, ‘06) Quarterbacks/JV Offensive Coordinator Jaren Stutzman (Student Assistant) Offensive Assistant

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Head Coach:...................................................................Jim Deere Alma Mater, Year:.......................................... Adrian College, 1989 Head Coaching Record at Adrian:....................... 5-5 (2nd Season) Years at Adrian:...........................................................19th Season Football office phone number:................................ (517) 264-3995 Best time to reach Deere:................................................. Mornings

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Name of school:..........................................Adrian College City, State, ZIP:.......................................Adrian, MI 49221 Founded:.................................................................... 1859 Enrollment:................................................................ 1,650 Nickname:............................................................ Bulldogs School Colors:............................................... Black & Gold Stadium:...................................... Multi-Sport Performance Capacity:................................................................... 3,000 Surface:............................................... ProGrass Synthetic Affiliation:.................................................NCAA Division III Conference:.......... Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Assoc. President:........................................ Dr. Jeffrey R. Docking Alma Mater:................................Michigan State University Director of Athletics:.......................................... Mike Duffy Alma Mater, Year:..............................Adrian College, 1982 Athletic Department Phone:.......(517) 265-5161 ext. 4210 Athletic Department Fax:............................(517) 264-3802

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ADRIAN COLLEGE Adrian College evolved from a theological institute founded by the Wesleyan Methodist denomination at Leoni, Michigan, a small town east of Jackson, in 1845. In 1855 this institute united with the Leoni Seminary, a Methodist Protestant institution, to establish Michigan Union College.

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Legend states that members of the College became concerned about the environment at Leoni, which was nicknamed “Whiskey Town.” In 1859, this concern and other circumstances made it advisable to relocate or close. In the same year, Dr. Asa Mahan, pastor of the Plymouth Congregational Church in Adrian and a well-known educator, was encouraged by citizens of the community to establish a college. Mahan had served as the first president of Oberlin College and, before that, as an officer of Lane Theological Seminary in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Dr. Mahan and his colleagues invited the officials and supporters of the closing Michigan Union College to join in establishing the new college at Adrian. After the invitation was accepted, the story says, the library holdings were loaded on an ox-cart in March 1859, and transported 60 miles to the new campus site on the west side of Adrian.

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On March 28, 1859, Adrian College was chartered by the Michigan legislature as a degreegranting institution with Dr. Mahan as its first president. Through a series of consolidations and denomination unifications, the College has maintained its relationship with The United Methodist Church.

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For almost 100 years, the campus consisted of several brick buildings stretching along Madison Street. Most of today’s campus was woods and fields. In the mid-1950s, the College, encouraged by the generosity of Ray W. Herrick, embarked in a building program that established the basis for the current campus.

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Today, when students walk in the area bounded on the east by Madison Street and edged by Downs Hall, Valade Hall, Cornelius House and Herrick Tower, they tread on the same ground that students hurried across in 1859 as they rushed to classes, meals and social events. Now, however, the campus consists of 100 acres, over 20 academic and service buildings and 10 residence halls, plus apartments and themed housing.

ADRIAN COLLEGE RECOGNIZED AS A COLLEGE WITH THE “LEAST STUDENT DEBT LOAD” UPON GRADUATION In its 2011 edition of America’s “Best Colleges,” U.S. News & World Report ranks Adrian College as one of the top five schools in the Midwest of Regional Colleges to have the least student debt load upon graduation. This is the third consecutive year that Adrian College has been featured and singled out by U.S. News and World Report. In its 2009 edition of America’s “Best Colleges” and again in 2010, Adrian College received top billing as a school to watch and as the #1 Up-and-Coming School in the Midwest. “Affordability is the top parental concern that parents express with respect to their child’s education,” said Adrian College President Jeffrey R. Docking. “We’re extremely pleased that U.S. News and World Report ranked us in the top five Midwest colleges that have students graduating with a lower debt.”

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Facilities: Twenty-one buildings including residence halls that feature voice mail, internet and cable TV access in all student rooms; a 24-hour student center; a planetarium; an observatory; the Merillat Sport & Fitness Center; Multi-Sport Performance Stadium; Arrington Ice Arena, and Shipman Library. Student/faculty ratio: 17:1 Faculty: The faculty is dedicated to teaching excellence, and 88 percent hold the highest degree in their field.

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JEFFREY R. DOCKING PRESIDENT OF ADRIAN COLLEGE

Financial aid: More than 85 percent of students receive some form of financial aid in the form of scholarships, loans, grants, work study programs or a combination of resources. Extracurricular: Over 80 clubs, organizations and activities, including: theatre, music, performance groups, intramural athletics, student government, publications, greek life, religious groups and honorary societies.

This is a place where you will discover your potential, and where you will leave your personal mark. If you become involved in all that Adrian has to offer, I am convinced that you will not only acquire the knowledge and skills for success well beyond college, but you will also find these next four years to be the most enjoyable and gratifying in your life.”

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I invite you to discover more about what can happen for you here. Learn about our small classes, about our devoted faculty who put students first, and about our dedication to helping you prepare for success.

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“Great things are happening here, and I would love for you to become a part of it. I am a firm believer that small liberal arts colleges like this one offer the best undergraduate education available and we at Adrian are determined to achieve excellence in this endeavor.

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Dr. Jeffrey R. Docking, 17th president of Adrian College, earned a doctorate in social ethics from Boston University, a Master of Divinity degree from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, and a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University. He became president July 2005.

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Before coming to Adrian, he held positions at Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, Penn., most recently as vice president and special assistant to the president, and as vice president of student affairs and dean of student affairs. He also has experience teaching and working in residence life. He and his wife, Beth, have four children.

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PERFORMANCE STADIUM The first game at Multi-Sport Performance Stadium was Saturday, September 9, 2006 as the Bulldogs faced Defiance College. The Bulldogs have a record of 16-9 during the first five seasons playing on the FieldTurf at the stadium.

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The Adrian College Bulldogs have the “crown jewel” of Division III football stadiums. The MultiSport Performance Stadium is entering its fifth year of existence on the campus of Adrian College and is a premier facility. The $6.5 million dollar masterpiece was completed in time for the beginning of the 2006 season. The football team has enjoyed a .640 winning percentage since the stadium opened and will look to continue their success into the 2011campaign. Not only does the football team enjoy this facility, but Adrian College’s soccer and lacrosse teams also play their home games at Performance Stadium. The stadium seats approximately 3,000 fans with 2,500 chairback seats on the home side and an additional 500 bleacher seats on the visitor side. Features include state-of-the-art FieldTurf, stadium lighting, a fully-wired press box, and an end-zone section for student seating. In addition, there is the James F. Thomas Pavilion which

is used for a variety of events including alumni gatherings on football game-days. In the 1950s, the campus had a football stadium. It was located next to Caine Student Center (then called Ridge Gymnasium). It was later razed to make way for new academic buildings. The College entered a cooperative arrangement in the 1960s to use the new high school stadium, which the College helped build. The Bulldogs played their home games at Maple Stadium for over four decades before the 2006 season. “The Map” was the site for several classic battles on the gridiron over the years. The funds for the project were raised through the Adrian College Development Office. Architectural services were provided by Hastings & Chivetta, an industry leader in higher education facilities. The firm designed the Merillat Sport & Fitness Center on campus. Construction management was provided by the Douglas Company.

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SEASON PREVIEW

Special Teams The kicking duties will once again be handled by senior Logan Mitseff (Shelby Twp., Mich./Pontiac Notre Dame). Mitseff connected on 7-of-10 field goals in 2010 including a 47-yarder against Olivet, which was just two yards short of the school record. He connected on two field goals over 40 yards and made his last five attempts to end the season. The Bulldogs will look to improve in the return game this season. Adrian ranked seventh in the MIAA in punt returns a year ago (6.67 ypr) and were also fourth in kickoff returns with an average of 19.46 yards per return.

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The Bulldogs will need to win the battle up front on the defensive line and will do so without the presence of four-year starter Austin Fritz. He was a First Team All-MIAA performer a year ago and led the team with 10 tackles for loss and six sacks. The injury bug really hit this group last season, but the losses provided underclassmen an opportunity for immediate playing time. Returning after injury will be senior Steve Mauk (China, Mich./St. Clair) who was lost in the season opener at UW-Whitewater. Mauk has built up his strength in the offseason and will make a big impact at one end spot. Junior Paul Herman (Marshall, Mich.) missed the second half of the season due to injury and collected three tackles before going on the shelf. Junior Chris Janes (Howell, Mich.) played in seven games last year and missed the first three contests. He made nine tackles during his time on the defensive line. On the interior, sophomore Aaron Gray (Detroit, Mich./Martin Luther King) played in all 10 games and made five starts as a freshman. Gray finished with 28 tackles and two tackles for loss. The linebacking core lost Danny Taylor and Jarred Kwiatkowski to graduation and with it a total of 147 tackles from a season ago. They were the top two tacklers on the team with Taylor being named First Team All-MIAA and Kwiatkowski earning Second Team All-MIAA plaudits. The outside linebackers are both back in senior Darren Walter (Muskegon, Mich./Orchard View) and senior Bryan Garbarino (Shelby Twp., Mich./Utica). Walter started all 10 games for the Bulldogs in 2010 and ranked fourth on the team with 57 tackles. Garbarino played in 10 contests and made five starts. He had 35 tackles and two interceptions to his credit in 2010. The inside spots will be hotly contested as junior Kwame Cawarrie (Detroit, Mich./Dearborn Annapolis) moves over from defensive end. Cawarrie recorded 22 tackles in seven games last year. Sophomore A.J. Gill (Lake Orion, Mich.) and sophomore Hunter Juntunen (Webberville, Mich.) will push for the starting jobs once the season begins on Sept. 2. The secondary is completely back with senior Chris Cook (Hartford, Mich.) anchoring the unit. Cook has been a starter since his sophomore season and was named Second Team All-MIAA at safety a year ago. Cook ranked third on the team with 61 tackles and also led the squad with four interceptions. The cornerback spots will be filled by seniors Jeff Makowski, Jr. (Maple Heights, Ohio/Garfield Hts. Trinity) and Keman Jacobs (New Orleans, La./Hahnville). Makowski, Jr. played in all 10 games and started nine times. He tallied 28 tackles and three interceptions. Jacobs played in all 10 games during his first year with the Bulldogs and recorded 49 tackles and six pass breakups.

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The Bulldogs will certainly miss the services of Mike McGee at quarterback. McGee set several school passing records during his four years and helped the offense provide a balance between the run and pass. Junior Justin Hemm (Piqua, Ohio) did most of his work under center during the spring and has spent time at quarterback during his first two seasons at Adrian College. Hemm is a very talented athlete who was named First Team All-MIAA as a wide receiver last fall. Hemm caught 50 passes for 734 yards and nine touchdowns as a sophomore. Over the past two seasons, Hemm has also rushed for 531 yards and four scores. Through the air, Hemm has completed 42-of-71 for 494 yards and five touchdowns. He is averaging 77.7 all-purpose yards per game during his career. The backfield will be without the services of Jared Edwards who rushed for 1,011 yards and five touchdowns in 2010. Looking to replace that productivity will be senior Jeremy Southworth (Hillsdale, Mich./Reading) who rushed for 206 yards and a pair of touchdowns a year ago. Sophomore Damon Brown (Troy, Mich.) will also get carries for the Bulldogs, who need to establish a ground game in order to reach their goals for 2011. Brown rushed for 53 yards and two scores in a reserve role as a freshman. Also look for newcomer Dae’Von Robinson (Detroit, Mich./Southfield) to make an impact after getting several looks from Division I and II schools. The aerial attack welcomes back Hemm and junior Mitch Gabriele (Hillsdale, Mich.) who led the team with 63 catches for 848 yards and six touchdowns. Gabriele set the singleseason school record in receptions. Junior D’ante Thompson (Detroit, Mich./Henry Ford) caught 18 passes for 244 yards and two touchdowns in eight games a year ago. The top four wideouts all return for the Bulldogs, which gives them one of the most talented and experienced units in the MIAA. Senior Isiah Cross (Atlanta, Ga./Flowery Branch) will further bolster the receiving unit after transferring from Northwood University. The offensive line will have bookend tackles that have a proven track record as solid competitors. Seniors Spencer Whittington (Paw Paw, Mich./Lawrence) and Nick Ross (Manchester, Mich.) have been full-time starters over the past two seasons. They each will provide solid pass protection and are very competitive in the trenches. Whittington was named First Team All-MIAA a year ago while Ross was a Second Team All-MIAA selection. Senior Jared Babcock (Alma, Mich.) played on the defensive line a year ago out of necessity, but will transition back to offensive guard in 2011. Junior Nick Mighion (Sterling Heights, Mich./Warren Cousino) played in

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all 10 games and made eight starts at guard as a sophomore.

2011 Information

The first year in charge of a program can usually be a difficult process. During head coach Jim Deere’s first season at the helm of the Adrian College football team, this process manifested with a 5-5 record overall and a 4-2 mark in the MIAA. The team fought through a non-conference schedule like none other and still managed to finish in a tie for second place in the conference once that portion of the schedule began. Deere thinks that with one year under his watch, things will be expected at another level in 2011. “The coaching staff has the players believing that they can win and not just hoping,” said Deere. “The whole program has bought into what we are doing and the philosophies we want to implement. We are looking for leaders to step up this year. I believe that we need to guide these players, but they must hold each other accountable for their actions on and off the field.”

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Jim Deere

2nd Season (19th Ov.) Adrian College (1989) 517-264-3995 jdeere@adrian.edu Jim Deere was named the 24th head coach in Adrian College football history on November 15,

2009. Deere served as defensive coordinator for three years (2007-09) and has been on the coaching staff at Adrian College for the past 18 years. Deere’s first season as head coach at Adrian College featured one of the strongest schedules in school history and the team went 5-5 overall and finished in a second-place tie in the MIAA with a 4-2 league mark. The Bulldogs had four First Team All-MIAA players and five more make the Second Team All-MIAA list. The team ranked second in the MIAA in total defense yielding 308.2 yards per game. The Bulldogs also ranked second in turnover margin (+4) and rushing defense (124.5 ypg). Deere’s first win came on September 11, 2010 with a 40-14 triumph over Defiance College. Deere’s defense also pitched a shutout on October 9 at Olivet (41-0). The defensive numbers were staggering over the three-year period under coach Deere before taking over as head coach. The Bulldogs quietly became one of the more feared defensive units in Division III and the stats tell the story. In 2009, Adrian finished first in the MIAA in five different statistical categories including scoring defense (16.2 ppg), passing defense (162.3 ypg), total defense (281.6 ypg), pass efficiency defense (94.0) and sacks (26 for minus 158 yards). In addition, AC was 16th nationally in pass efficiency defense, 28th in scoring defense and 17th in tackles for loss. In 2008, Adrian finished fourth in Division III in total defense limiting their opponents to 239 yards per game. In addition, Deere’s crew ranked fourth in scoring defense (12.4), seventh in rushing defense (71.2 ypg) and fourth in tackles for loss (9.1 per game). The Bulldog defense finished 2007 as one of the best in school history. The defense ranked first in

the MIAA in nine different statistical categories and finished the year ranked sixth in total defense in Division III. The Bulldogs allowed just 74.6 yards per game on the ground (10th nationally) and 14.4 points per game (12th nationally). Along with his experience at AC, Deere coached at Sterling Heights Stevenson High School in 1993 and 1994 and Morenci High School in 1996. A 1989 graduate of Adrian College, Deere was a four-year letterwinner for the Bulldogs and was a player on the 1988 MIAA Championship team. Deere resides in Adrian and has three children Angelica, Danielle and Blake.

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Keith Uecker begins his first season at Adrian College. Uecker will be handling the offensive line and has tremendous coaching and playing experience. Uecker was an All-American at Auburn in 1981 and was a four-year starter for the Tigers, earning AllSEC honors. Serving as a 1981 team captain, he was twice the winner of the Ken Rice Award as the team’s outstanding offensive lineman. Uecker played in the NFL for 10 seasons, beginning his pro career with the Denver Broncos (1982-84) and then with Green Bay (1984-91). With the Packers, he was a four-year starter and played all five line positions. He was the 1987 recipient of the prestigious Ed Block Courage Award. After his playing days, Uecker worked with Ohio State University as offensive quality control coach (2009-10) and most recently as offensive line coach with the UFL’s Omaha Nighthawks (2010). He served as the offensive line coach at Wayne State (2004-05) and Akron (19992003) before spending several years in the automotive industry. He also did an internship with the Denver Broncos during their 2008 training camp. He earned his accounting degree from Auburn in 1988. A native of Hollywood, Fla., Uecker has four children: Victoria, Jack, Clayton and Jane.

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Tyler Haines enters his fourth season as an assistant coach for the Bulldogs and will perform the offensive coordinator duties as well as serve as assistant head coach. This is Haines’ second year as offensive coordinator. The previous two seasons he coached linebackers and special teams for Adrian College. Haines’ duties include coaching the quarterbacks and running backs and the 2010 season proved to be a record-setting year on offense. The team averaged 386 yards per game and scored 25.9 points per contest. He mentored Second Team All-MIAA tailback Jared Edwards, who rushed for 1,011 yards for the season. Haines also coached Second Team All-MIAA performer Mike McGee. McGee set the single-season school record for completions (183), passing yards (2,302) and touchdowns (19). The offense also featured a strong offensive line anchored by First Team All-MIAA tackle Spencer Whittington and Second Team All-MIAA guard Nick Ross. Haines, a two-time First-Team All-Heartland Conference linebacker, lettered for three years at DC, recording 143 tackles, 39 tackles-for-loss, 9.5 sacks, and four interceptions after transferring from Division II Ashland University. A 2006 pre-season All-American, Haines also garnered ESPN The Magazine Academic all-district honors and was named All-North Region at season’s end. Also in 2006, Haines was a semi-finalist for the Draddy Trophy, an award known as the “Academic Heisman”. He appeared on the dean’s list three times and ended college with a GPA north of 3.4. The Piqua, Ohio native was part of a Yellow Jacket defense that finished fourth in the nation in total defense and led the HCAC in rushing defense and total defense in 2005 and 2006. Haines was a team captain in both his junior and senior seasons for Defiance. At Piqua High School, Haines was a first-team AllSouthwest Ohio linebacker and quarterback. Haines spent the 2007 season coaching football at his alma mater, Piqua High School. He coached the wide receivers and defensive backs as the team compiled an 8-4 record and were regional semifinalists in Ohio’s Division II. Haines graduated from Defiance in December 2006 with a B.S. in integrated social studies. Tyler and his wife, Logan, reside in Adrian with their 3-month old daughter, Harper.

1st Season Offensive Line Auburn University (1981) 517-265-5161 ext. 5032 kuecker@adrian.edu

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Bryant Haines

2nd Season Defensive Line/Strength Ball State Univ. (2009) 517-265-5161 ext. 5004 bhaines@adrian.edu Bryant Haines returns to the Bulldog coaching staff for his second season and will once again coach the defensive linemen. Haines will also serve as the strength & conditioning coach for the Bulldogs. Haines tutored First Team All-MIAA defensive end Austin Fritz a year ago. Fritz was a two-time selection to the conference first team and ranked tied for second in the MIAA in sacks and was fifth in tackles for loss. Haines spent a one-year stint as a defensive line coach at Manchester College in 2009 prior to coming to Adrian College. Haines was part of a defensive staff that coached the Spartans’ top-ranked defense in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC). Manchester ranked first in total yards allowed per game and rushing yards allowed per game. The defensive linemen accounted for 144 tackles, 34 tackles for loss, 12.5 sacks and two interceptions. His duties included recruiting in the Dayton, Ohio area as well as western and southern Indiana. He also provided weekly game plan ideas and helped break down opponent film. Manchester compiled a 5-2 record in the HCAC. Haines graduated in May 2009 from Ball State University with a degree in general studies. He was a four-year starter at linebacker for the Cardinals and a twotime All-Mid American Conference selection. He was named a Freshman All-American in 2005 and was on the Butkus Award Watch List in 2008. He served as a student assistant for Ball State’s spring practice season before going to Manchester. Haines is a native of Piqua, Ohio.

Jim Chapin

2nd Season WR’s/ST/Recruiting Univ. of Michigan (2009) 517-265-5161 ext. 4006 jchapin@adrian.edu Jim Chapin begins his second season at Adrian College and this year will coach wide receivers and special teams. In addition, Chapin serves as the program’s recruiting coordinator. Chapin was a running backs coach during his first season with the Bulldogs. He helped mentor All-MIAA running back Jared Edwards, who rushed for 1,011 yards and five touchdowns. Chapin spent the 2009 campaign at Southern Tech Prep Academy in Charlotte, N.C. where he served as running backs coach. His duties at Southern Tech Prep included helping students with NCAA Clearinghouse issues and also coordinated operation of academic preparation and community service outreach. Prior to his time at Southern Tech Prep, Chapin was the varsity offensive coordinator and running backs coach at Dexter (Mich.) High School in 2008. He also served as varsity offensive assistant coach working with quarterbacks in 2007. Chapin worked for two years at his alma mater as the freshman assistant coach from 2005-06. He was a two-time varsity letterwinner for the Colts and was starting quarterback during his senior year. He was a Scholar Athlete for his entire prep career and also was a captain his senior year. Chapin earned his bachelor of arts degree in history from the University of Michigan in the spring of 2009. Chapin is a native of Troy, Mich. where he attended Troy High School.

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2nd Season OLB’s/Head JV Coach Adrian College (2009) 517-265-5161 ext. 5012 hbailey@adrian.edu Harry Bailey will serve as the head coach of the junior varsity team at Adrian College this fall and will also be its defensive coordinator. In addition, Bailey is the outside linebackers coach at the varsity level. Bailey is a native of nearby Hudson and was a standout at linebacker for the Bulldog football

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Ryan Maiuri enters his first season with the Adrian College Bulldog football team. Maiuri will be responsible for coaching the team’s quarterbacks and will also be the offensive coordinator of the junior varsity program. Maiuri earned his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts from Lakeland College in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. He had an emphasis in history during his undergrad days and a counseling major during his post-graduate work. He attended Lakeland College from 2002-08. Maiuri most recently worked with the La Crosse (Wis.) Spartans of the Indoor Football League as the offensive coordinator in 2010. He coordinated all facets of the offense and worked closely with quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers with the Spartans. Maiuri also has worked with the tight ends at Winona State University (Minn.) and as an assistant coach at his alma mater working with defensive backs. He helped coach seven defensive backs that received AllNAC recognition. The team was ranked third nationally in Division III in interceptions and was 15th in pass defense efficiency. Maiuri played collegiately at Lakeland College from 2002-06 as a quarterback. He led the Muskies to its first-ever NCAA Division III playoff berth in 2005 and was named Illini-Badger Conference Player of the Year. He was also named conference offensive player of the year in 2004.

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Christon Calley is back for his second year as a member of the Adrian College football coaching staff. Calley will work on the varsity level with the secondary. He was a standout cornerback for the Bulldogs and also excelled on the track at Adrian College. Calley spent the 2010 season coaching wide receivers at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. He helped produce All-American Jared Jenkins as well as two other Pointers who received First Team AllWIAC honors. Calley was a member of the MIAA champion 4x100 meter relay team in 2006-2008 and was named First Team All-MIAA in 2007 and 2008. He broke the school record in the 200 meters and also in the 4x100 meter relay during his time at Adrian. Calley was the MIAA 400 meter champion in 2008 and was also named Male Track Athlete of the Year in the MIAA. On the football field, Calley started all 10 games as a junior and senior. He recorded 20 tackles, three interceptions and five pass breakups as a junior and followed that with 22 tackles, one interception and eight pass breakups as a senior. He was named First Team All-MIAA as a senior. He graduated in 2009 from Adrian College with a bachelor of arts in international business.

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team. Bailey is the son of Greg and Kelly Bailey and has a bachelor’s degree in secondary education with an emphasis in social studies and a minor in history. Bailey guided the junior varsity program at Adrian College to an 8-2 record last season. He was a four-year letterwinner at Adrian College and a two-year starter on one of Division III’s best defenses. He was a captain during his senior season and was named First Team All-MIAA. In 2007, Bailey started all 10 games and recorded 31 tackles and ranked sixth in the MIAA with 10 tackles for loss. In 2008, he again started all 10 games and ranked first in the MIAA with 11.5 tackles for loss. He also made 78 tackles including 46 solo stops.

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2011 Information

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1 Keman Jacobs

5-9 189 DB SR

New Orleans, La./Hahnville

1 Michael Pearce

5-5 155 WR FR

Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Archbishop McCarthy

2 Joe Makowski

5-10 197 LB JR

Maple Heights, Ohio/Garfield Hts. Trinity

2 Bobby Andrus

6-0 197 TE FR

Livonia, Mich./Franklin

3 Justin Hemm

5-11 195 QB JR

Piqua, Ohio/Piqua

3 Tony Henry

5-8 161 DB FR

Lansing, Mich./Waverly

4 Darren Walter

5-9 185 LB SR

Muskegon, Mich./Orchard View

4 David Zinser

5-10 196 QB FR

Mt. Clemens, Mich./Mt. Clemens

5 Brandon Miller

6-3 207 QB JR

Rochester Hills, Mich./Avondale/SVSU

5 Nathaniel Cunningham 5-7 171 DB FR

Deerfield Beach, Fla./Deerfield Beach

6 Nick Latouche

5-10 245 LB FR

7 Chris Cook

6-1 196 DB SR

Port Orange, Fla./Atlantic Hartford, Mich./Hartford

7 Alex Carter

5-9 181 DB FR

Romulus, Mich./Romulus

8 Bryan Garbarino

5-11 193 LB SR

Shelby Twp., Mich./Utica

8 Garrett Barnes

6-2 200 QB FR

Owosso, Mich./Owosso

9 Deontae Bridgeman

5-9 208 LB SO

Warren, Mich./St. Clair Shores Lake Shore

9 Lucas Allen

5-11 169 WR FR

Gladwin, Mich./Gladwin

10 Rodney Cofield

5-11 215 QB JR

Romulus, Mich./Romulus/Hope

10 Alex Arrington

5-8 170 DB FR

Akron, Ohio/John R. Buchtel

11 Shuan Hladki

6-2 185 WR JR

Montague, Mich./Montague

11 Josh Delaney

5-11 163 DB FR

Perry, Mich./Haslett

12 Jeff Makowski, Jr.

5-10 193 DB SR

Maple Heights, Ohio/Garfield Hts. Trinity

12 Rashawn Ponder

5-7 142 WR FR

Gahanna, Ohio/Lincoln

13 Isiah Cross

6-4 229 WR SR

Atlanta, Ga./Flowery Branch/Northwood

13 Rob Reens

6-1 171 DB FR

Coopersville, Mich./Coopersville

14 Brett Pettit

5-11 180 LB SO

Portland, Mich./Portland

14 Kasey Spence

6-1 194 QB FR

Deshler, Ohio/Patrick Henry

15 Nathan Smith

5-10 171 DB SO

Hudson, Mich./Hudson

15 Kyle McRill

6-0 193 QB FR

Burton, Mich./Flint Kearsley

16 Ben Dent

5-9 165 DB FR

Toledo, Ohio/Central Catholic

16 Nolan O’Brien

6-0 160 QB SO

Berrien Springs, Mich./Berrien Springs

17 Jared Davis

6-2 182 QB SO

Taylor, Mich./Truman

17 Juwan King

5-11 202 LB FR

Hollywood, Fla./Archbishop McCarthy

18 Ryan Hall

5-7 155 DB FR

Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Fort Lauderdale

18 Aaron Tenney

6-0 205 QB FR

Gibraltar, Mich./Carlson

19 Mitch Gabriele

6-0 180 WR JR

Hillsdale, Mich./Hillsdale

19 DeAndre Prince

5-9 192 LB FR

Akron, Ohio/John R. Buchtel

20 Demetrius Moorer-Saunders 6-1 198 LB SO

Columbus, Ohio/East

20 Adrian Harris

5-5 190 RB FR

Shelby Twp., Mich./Utica

21 Sidney Coleman

5-6 151 WR SO

Farmington Hills, Mich./Harrison

21 Curtis Rhoden

5-10 171 DB FR

Plantation, Fla./Archbishop McCarthy

22 Dae’Von Robinson

5-8 210 RB FR

Detroit, Mich./Southfield

22 Brian Bush

5-11 150 DB FR

Novi, Mich./Novi

23 Jake Vanderlugt

5-9 165 DB SO

Zeeland, Mich./Holland Christian

24 Eric Tyahla

5-11 195 DB JR

South Lyon, Mich./South Lyon

24 Kevin Denis

5-6 191 RB FR

Greenacres, Fla./John I. Leonard

25 Jeremy Southworth

5-7 188 RB SR

Hillsdale, Mich./Reading

25 Christian Fair

5-7 150 DB FR

Fort Pierce, Fla./Central

26 Austin Elliott

5-10 162 WR FR

Berrien Springs, Mich./Berrien Springs

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5-9 169 DB SO

Fenton, Mich./Goodrich

29 Hunter Juntunen

5-11 205 LB SO

Webberville, Mich./Webberville

29 Marty Brown

5-5 140 WR FR

Coral Springs, Fla./Deerfield Beach

30 Danny Cobb

5-9 171 RB SO

Rochester, Mich./Stoney Creek

30 Chris Stuyfzand

5-11 220 DL FR

Marne, Mich./Coopersville

31 Travis Rubingh

6-0 216 LB SR

Jackson, Mich./Grass Lake

31 Kyle Smock

6-0 211 RB FR

St. Ignace, Mich./St. Ignace

32 Damon Brown

5-9 212 RB SO

Troy, Mich./Troy

32 Haneef Bonds

5-8 155 DB FR

Detroit, Mich./Renaissance

33 Jake Beehler

5-11 191 LB JR

Wakarusa, Ind./Mishawaka Penn

33 Angelo Lanava

6-1 190 TE FR

Plymouth, Mich./Canton

34 Ce’Juwon McFerrin

5-11 255 RB FR

Kalamazoo, Mich./Loy Norrix

34 Lamonte’ Lane

5-9 201 LB FR

Detroit, Mich./Southfield

35 Kwame Cawarrie

6-1 205 LB JR

Detroit, Mich./Dearborn Annapolis

35 Matt Williams

5-10 155 WR FR

Saginaw, Mich./Arthur Hill

36 Charles Fleck

5-10 170 DB FR

Lake Orion, Mich./Lake Orion

37 Alex Krajniak

5-10 200 RB SO

White Pigeon, Mich./White Pigeon

37 Cody Lowe

5-9 161 LB FR

West Palm Beach, Fla./Forest Hills

38 Jon Gieseler

5-10 161 DB SO

Lake Odessa, Mich./Hastings

38 Bryan McCullough

6-4 251 TE FR

Dundee, Mich./Monroe Jefferson

39 Jesse Sexton

5-9 180 RB SO

Clinton, Mich./Clinton

39 Brian Sullivan

5-8 204 LB FR

New Smyrna Beach, Fla./St. Charles North (Ill.)

40 Grant Wedgwood

6-0 212 LB FR

Jackson, Mich./Northwest

41 Eric Knoblock

6-0 197 FB SO

Lake Orion, Mich./Lake Orion

41 Keith Allen

5-8 171 LB FR

Pompano Beach, Fla./Deerfield Beach

42 Chris Janes

6-2 232 DL JR

Howell, Mich./Howell

42 J.T. Shores

5-10 230 FB FR

West Palm Beach, Fla./Forest Hills

43 Derek Shell

6-1 230 TE JR

Manitou Beach, Mich./Onsted

43 Nate Henderson

5-9 196 LB FR

Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Boyd Anderson

44 Jordan Clark

6-1 213 DL SO

Clarkston, Mich./Clarkston

45 A.J. Gill

6-0 210 LB SO

Lake Orion, Mich./Lake Orion

45 Tommy First

6-3 230 TE FR

Cassopolis, Mich./Cassopolis

46 Brian Diven

6-1 234 TE SO

Lake Orion, Mich./Lake Orion

46 Matt Sullivan

5-8 186 LB FR

Howell, Mich./Howell

47 Greg Brannan

6-0 230 FB JR

Gibraltar, Mich./Carlson

47 Mitch Osadchuk

5-8 160 DB FR

Saline, Mich./Saline

48 Jake Iverson

5-11 181 LB FR

Harbor Springs, Mich./Monticello

49 Ben Victor

5-10 183 LB SO

Kettering, Ohio/Fairmont

50 Delroy Chance

5-11 291 DL FR

Toledo, Ohio/Central Catholic

51 Bryan VanGheluwe

6-0 262 OL SO

Sterling Heights, Mich./Utica

51 Wallen Augustin

5-10 207 LB FR

Lantana, Fla./Santaluces

52 Cameron Davis

5-11 370 OL FR

Detroit, Mich./U of D Jesuit

53 Spencer Whittington 6-4 286 OL SR

Paw Paw, Mich./Lawrence

53 Cody Doan

5-10 201 RB FR

Ontonagon, Mich./ Ontonagon

54 Cameron Mitchell

6-4 245 OL SO

Redford, Mich./Thurston

54 Robert Isaac

5-9 175 LB FR

Taylor, Mich./Kennedy

56 J.J. Mendoza

6-0 214 DL FR

Cape Coral, Fla./Mariner

57 Aaron Berry

5-11 200 DL FR

Chesterfield, Mich./Anchor Bay

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28 Blake Hudak

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Westland, Mich./Gibraltar Carlson

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6-7 253 TE FR

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Monroe, Mich./Monroe

27 Austin Storm

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5-7 187 LB JR

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Ht Wt Pos Yr

27 Jake Duffey

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Ht Wt Pos Yr

Hometown/High School/College

59 Bo Pedrotti

6-2 274 OL SO

Marysville, Mich./Marysville

59 Brian Fawley

5-9 205 LB FR

Westland, Mich./John Glenn

60 Jared Babcock

6-1 250 OL SR

Alma, Mich./Alma

60 Bobby Hayes

6-0 205 LB FR

Romulus, Mich./Romulus

61 David Peters

5-9 213 LB FR

Shelby Twp., Mich./Utica

61 Tyler VanderSyde

6-3 272 OL FR

Hopkins, Mich./Hopkins

63 Brad Smith

6-3 232 OL JR

Sand Creek, Mich./Sand Creek

64 Dillon Boes

6-3 282 DL FR

Findlay, Ohio/Findlay

65 Austin Johnson

6-1 206 LB FR

AuGres, Mich./AuGres-Sims

66 Nick Urteaga

5-11 247 OL SR

Beverly Hills, Calif./Beverly Hills

67 Jason Lee

6-3 258 OL FR

Toledo, Ohio/Central Catholic

69 Derek Devee

5-9 211 OL FR

Ann Arbor, Mich./Pioneer

71 Kyle Miller

6-5 265 OL FR

Adrian, Mich./Adrian

72 Bob Eadie

5-11 277 OL SR

Michigan Center, Mich./Michigan Center

72 Ryan Teeple

5-10 256 OL FR

Grayling, Mich./Grayling

74 Jon Strain

6-3 272 OL FR

Hillsdale, Mich./Hillsdale

74 Steve McBride

5-11 201 DL FR

Hollywood, Fla./Archbishop McCarthy

75 John Rock

6-1 282 OL FR

Portland, Mich./Portland

76 Nick Ross

6-0 268 OL SR

Manchester, Mich./Manchester

77 Trevor Dobruk

5-11 216 DL JR

Columbus, Mich./Richmond

77 Brandon Walter

5-10 261 OL FR

Waterford, Mich./Clarkston

78 Nick Mighion

6-2 265 OL JR

Sterling Heights, Mich./Warren Cousino

78 Lucas Zeoli

6-1 255 DL FR

Center Line, Mich./Center Line

79 Trey Searles

6-4 273 OL SR

Tecumseh, Mich./Tecumseh

79 Kevin Jones

5-7 198 DL FR

Akron, Ohio/John R. Buchtel

80 Troy Johnson

6-2 191 WR SR

Columbus, Ohio/Africentric

81 Dustin Salliotte

6-0 172 PK SO

Brownstown, Mich./Woodhaven

81 Jimmie Benbow

5-6 151 WR FR

Deerfield Beach, Fla./Deerfield Beach

82 Sebashton Sullivan

6-0 166 WR SO

Attica, Mich./Lapeer East

83 Jake Moore

6-3 197 WR FR

Tecumseh, Mich./Tecumseh

85 D’ante Thompson

5-10 160 WR JR

Detroit, Mich./Henry Ford

86 Dalonte Blackburn

6-0 180 WR FR

Shelby Twp., Mich./Henry Ford

86 Marcus Rochelle

6-0 250 DL FR

Dearborn, Mich./Dearborn

87 Nick Moore

6-3 218 TE SO

Petoskey, Mich./Petoskey

87 Troy Rietsma

6-2 236 DL FR

Hamilton, Mich./Holland Christian

88 Jake Herman

6-4 223 DL FR

Marshall, Mich./Marshall

88 Nathan Hartline

5-11 161 WR FR

Cassopolis, Mich./Cassopolis

89 Jackson Carter

6-1 202 DL FR

Paulding, Ohio/Paulding

89 Jerry Daniels

6-2 187 WR FR

Yale, Mich./Detroit Cass Tech

90 Blake Shotwell

6-2 200 DL JR

Battle Creek, Mich./Central

91 Spencer Dennison

6-4 221 DL FR

Milan, Mich./Milan

92 Dro Clark

6-2 230 DL SO

Flint, Mich./Hamady

93 Kevin Kleine

6-1 255 DL JR

Davison, Mich./Davison/GRCC

94 Steve Mauk

6-2 215 DL SR

China, Mich./St. Clair

95 Tony Fye

6-1 190 DL SR

Lambertville, Mich./Temperance Bedford

96 Paul Herman

6-3 258 DL JR

Marshall, Mich./Marshall

97 Aaron Gray

5-9 249 DL SO

Detroit, Mich./Martin Luther King

98 Eric Hughes

6-2 228 DL SO

Jackson, Mich./Parma Western

99 Logan Mitseff

6-4 271 PK SR

Shelby Twp., Mich./Pontiac Notre Dame

99 Dionte Cox

6-1 210 DL FR

Southfield, Mich./Southfield

Alphabetical Roster Name O’Brien, Nolan Osadchuk, Mitch Pearce, Michael Pedrotti, Bo Peters, David Pettit, Brett Ponder, Rashawn Prince, DeAndre Reens, Rob Rhoden, Curtis Rietsma, Troy Robinson, Dae’Von Rochelle, Marcus Rock, John Ross, Nick Rubingh, Travis Salliotte, Dustin Searles, Trey Sexton, Jesse Shell, Derek Shores, J.T. Shotwell, Blake Smith, Brad Smith, Nathan Smock, Kyle Southworth, Jeremy Spence, Kasey Storm, Austin Strain, Jon Stuyfzand, Chris Sullivan, Brian Sullivan, Sebashton Teeple, Ryan Tenney, Aaron Thompson, D’ante Tyahla, Eric Urteaga, Nick Vanderlugt, Jake VanderSyde, Tyler VanGheluwe, Bryan Victor, Ben Walter, Brandon Walter, Darren Wedgwood, Grant Whittington, Spencer Williams, Matt Zeoli, Lucas Zinser, David

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#33 - Linebacker Junior - 5-11, 191 Wakarusa, Ind. Mishawaka Penn H.S. 2010 (So.): Played in seven games and earned his first varsity letter...recorded 10 total tackles with five unassisted and five assisted tackles...had a season-high four tackles including two solo tackles against Kalamazoo on Oct. 23...recorded a pair of tackles against Hope on Nov. 6...also had a single tackle against Defiance on Sept. 11, Olivet on Oct. 9, DePauw on Oct. 16 and Alma on Nov. 13. Personal: Majoring in Communications...son of Dennis and Rae Beehler...born in Mishawaka, Indiana on December 29, 1990...prepped at Penn High School in Mishawaka, Indiana...named First Team All-

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2010 (So.): Played in all 10 games and earned his first varsity letter...named to the MIAA All-Academic list... returned one kickoff for 13 yards against Augustana on Sept. 18...finished the season with three tackles on special teams...had an assisted tackle against Defiance on Sept. 11...recorded a pair of unassisted stops against Kalamazoo on Oct. 23. Personal: Majoring in business marketing...son of Wayne and Diane Brannan...born in Trenton, Michigan on September 20, 1990...prepped at Carlson High School in Gibraltar, Michigan...earned two varsity letters in football...named First Team Metro West for the Detroit Free Press...selected All-Region for the Monroe Evening News in 2009...named to Dream Team for News Herald in 2009...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Tigers, Tennessee Titans and Phoenix Suns...favorite athletes are Randy Johnson and Mo Vaughn...favorite TV shows are Around the Horn and Pardon the Interruption...favorite movies are We are Marshall and Inception...favorite foods are perch and barbeque wings.

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Jake Beehler

#47 - Fullback Junior - 6-0, 230 Gibraltar, Mich. Carlson H.S.

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2010 (Jr.): Earned his second varsity letter...played in nine games and made seven starts at defensive tackle...started the preseason at offensive guard and moved to defensive tackle to add depth...got the start against Augustana (Sept. 18) and made consecutive starts against Trine (Oct. 2), Olivet (Oct. 9) and DePauw (Oct. 16)... finished the season with three straight starts against Albion (Oct. 30), Hope (Nov. 6) and Alma (Nov. 13). 2009 (So.): Played in five games as a reserve offensive guard. Personal: Born November 9, 1989 in Alma, Michigan... majoring in pre-engineering with a minor in business... son of Thomas and Lisa Babcock...a native of Alma and attended Alma High School graduating in 2008... earned two varsity letters in football...team went 11-1 as a senior and advanced to regionals...won first district title as a senior...named All-Tri Valley Central Conference as a senior...named All-Area and team captain in 2007...graduated with honors...favorite sports team is the Detroit Pistons...favorite athletes are Jake Long and Rasheed Wallace...favorite TV shows are Family Guy and American Chopper...favorite movie is Black Sheep.

Greg Brannan

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#60 - Offensive Line Senior - 6-1, 250 Alma, Mich. Alma H.S.

NIC and First Team All-Area in 2008...favorite sports team is the Chicago Cubs...favorite athlete is Alfonso Soriano...favorite TV shows are Lost, Family Guy and SportsCenter...favorite movies are Anchorman, Saving Private Ryan and Step Brothers...favorite musical group is Dave Matthews Band...hobbies include golf.

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Deontae Bridgeman #9 - Linebacker Sophomore - 5-9, 208 Warren, Mich. SCS Lake Shore H.S.

2010 (Fr.): Played in all 10 games during his first season and earned first varsity letter... returned one punt for four yards at Albion on Oct. 30...finished the season with six total tackles including five solo stops...had one tackle in six different contests...recorded a sack for loss of eight yards at Olivet on Oct. 9...tallied a tackle for loss of four yards against Hope on Nov. 6...also had a tackle against UW-Whitewater on Sept. 4, Trine on Oct. 2, Kalamazoo on Oct. 23 and Alma on Nov. 13. Personal: Majoring in criminal justice...son of Terron and Kenyetta Mathes...born in Gibraltar, Michigan on January 15, 1992...earned two varsity letters in football at St. Clair Shores Lake Shore High School... set the school record with 137 tackles during the 2009 season...team advanced to the playoffs with 7-3 record in 2009...named to the Macomb All-County team twice...played in the 2009 Michigan High School All-Star Game...named to the Macomb County AllAcademic team in 2009...favorite sports team is the Los Angeles Lakers...favorite athletes are Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan and Terrell Owens...favorite TV show is Law and Order...favorite movies are Superbad, The Hangover and Law Abiding Citizen...favorite musicians are Eminem, Drake and Ludacris...favorite foods are lobster, shrimp and potatoes.

Damon Brown

#32 - Running Back Sophomore - 5-9, 212 Troy, Mich. Troy H.S. 2010 (Fr.): Played in six games and started the season opener against UW-Whitewater on Sept. 4...rushed for 53 yards on 28 carries (1.9 ypr) with two touchdowns...carried the ball 12 times for 18 yards against the Warhawks...ran the ball seven times for 17 yards against Hope on Nov. 6...had one carry for a one-yard touchdown at Alma on Nov. 13...also rushed for a score against Kalamazoo on Oct. 23. Personal: Majoring in education...son of Anita Wilson and Prentice Barnett...born in Detroit, Michigan on November 8, 1992...prepped at Troy High School and

lettered in football as a running back and linebacker... won a regional championship on the gridiron in 2008... named All-Oakland County as a junior and senior for the Colts...favorite sports teams are the Indianapolis Colts, Detroit Tigers and New York Yankees... favorite athletes are Chris Johnson, Miguel Cabrera and LeBron James...favorite TV shows are 24 and Jersey Shore...favorite movies are 300, Avatar and Braveheart...favorite musicians are Lil’ Wayne, Drake and Eminem.

Kwame Cawarrie

#35 - Linebacker Junior - 6-1, 205 Detroit, Mich. Dearborn Annapolis H.S. 2010 (So.): Played in seven games and made four starts against Augustana, DePauw, Kalamazoo and Albion...missed the final two games of the season due to injury...earned his first varsity letter on the defensive line...made at least one tackle in each contest he played...recorded a season-high six tackles against Augustana on Sept. 18 and Albion on Oct. 30...finished the season with 22 tackles including 10 unassisted stops...tied for third on the team with 5.5 tackles for loss (30 yards)...also recorded two sacks for a loss of 21 yards...forced one fumble and had three quarterback hurries...tallied five tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss against Trine on Oct. 2. Personal: Majoring in communications with a minor in physical education...son of Linda and Bruce Benson... born in Detroit, Michigan on June 29, 1990...prepped at Annapolis High School in Dearborn Heights... lettered in football, basketball and track...named AllConference for football in 2008...set the school sack record with 17...named All-State honorable mention in 2007...named 2nd Team All-Conference for basketball in 2008...favorite sports teams are the Baltimore Ravens and Detroit Tigers...favorite athletes are Ray Lewis, Georges St. Pierre and Derrick Rose...favorite TV shows are The Wayans Brothers, The Simpsons and My Wife and Kids...favorite movies are The Sandlot and Major Payne...favorite book is The Train... favorite foods are french fries and shrimp.

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#30 - Running Back Sophomore - 5-9, 171 Rochester, Mich. Stoney Creek H.S. 2010 (Fr.): Played in three games during his first season with the Bulldogs and earned a varsity letter...saw game action against Olivet on Oct. 9, DePauw on Oct. 16 and Alma on Nov. 13...toted the ball once for the season for two yards at Olivet. Personal: Majoring in psychology with a minor in computer information...son of Sean and Margaret Cobb...born in Rochester, Michigan on December 6, 1991...prepped at Stoney Creek High School...named First Team All-County as a running back as a senior... favorite sports teams are the Detroit Lions and Detroit Tigers...favorite athletes are Calvin Johnson and

#7 - Defensive Back Senior - 6-1, 196 Hartford, Mich. Hartford H.S. 2010 (Jr.): Named Second Team All-MIAA on defense in the secondary...named to the MIAA All-Academic list...enters senior season sixth all-time at Adrian College with 116 interception return yards...led the team with four interceptions for 48 return yards and tied for third in the MIAA in picks...ranked third on the team with 61 tackles including 29 unassisted stops...played and started in all 10 games running his current games started streak to 20 games...had a great all-around game against Kalamazoo on Oct. 23 with nine tackles and two interceptions...had five tackles and an interception against Augustana on Sept. 18...tallied a season-high 11 tackles (five solo) at DePauw on Oct. 16...recorded two tackles for a loss of five yards...scored a twopoint conversion returning a PAT pass and had six unassisted tackles against Defiance on Sept. 11. 2009 (So.): Played and started in all 10 games... returns as the third-leading tackler from a year ago with 46 tackles including 26 solo stops...registered four tackles, one forced fumble and one fumble return for seven yards against Capital...recorded seven

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Chris Cook

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2010 (Fr.): Played in eight games as a true freshman at wide receiver for the Bulldogs... missed the final two games of the year due to injury...named to the MIAA All-Academic list...caught four passes for 20 yards...hauled in one pass for 15 yards at Olivet on Oct. 9. Personal: Majoring in economics...son of Millard and Gloree Coleman...born in Albion, Michigan on May 25, 1992...prepped at Farmington Hills Harrison High School...earned two varsity letters in football for the Hawks...caught 19 passes for 266 yards and three touchdowns in 2009...returned eight punts for 134 yards in 2009.

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Danny Cobb

#21 - Wide Receiver Sophomore - 5-6, 151 Farmington Hills, Mich. Harrison H.S.

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2010 (Fr.): Played in four games and started in the season finale at Alma on Nov. 13...saw his action in the last four contests of the season...finished his rookie season with 10 tackles including six unassisted wrapups...had a season-high four tackles against Kalamazoo on Oct. 23 in his collegiate debut...had three solo tackles and two tackles for a loss of 14 yards at Albion on Oct. 30...posted a tackle for loss of four yards and a forced fumble at Alma on Nov. 13. Personal: Majoring in exercise science with a minor in business...son of Max and Harriet Clark...born in Clarkston, Michigan on March 6, 1992...prepped at Clarkston High School and lettered in football and basketball for the Wolves...played two years on the varsity and captured a league, district and regional title as a senior going 12-1...played forward on the basketball team advancing to the state quarterfinals in 2009 going 24-2...named All-Conference and AllArea in football as a senior...favorite sports teams are the Ohio State Buckeyes, Detroit Tigers and Detroit Lions...favorite athletes are A.J. Hawk and Michael Jordan...favorite TV shows are Pardon the Interruption and Seinfeld...favorite movie is Dumb and Dumber... favorite musicians are Eminem and Kenny Chesney.

Sidney Coleman

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#44 - Defensive Line Sophomore - 6-1, 213 Clarkston, Mich. Clarkston H.S.

LaDainian Tomlinson...favorite TV show is That 70’s Show...favorite movie is Troy...favorite musician is Blink 182...favorite food is pizza.

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tackles and two pass breakups against Lake Erie... tallied six tackles and a 68-yard interception return at Kalamazoo...had seven tackles against Albion... finished the season tied for the team lead with seven pass breakups. 2008 (Fr.): Played in seven games including the last six games of the season...recorded two tackles, two pass breakups and one interception...picked off a pass at Albion...had a half tackle for loss at Alma. Personal: Majoring in physical education...son of Fred and Lisa Cook...born in St. Joseph, Michigan on October 13, 1989...prepped at Hartford High School... standout in football, basketball and baseball...named First Team All-Southwestern Athletic Conference South in all three sports...named First Team All-State in football in 2007...named Third Team All-State in basketball in 2007...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Lions, Tigers and Pistons...favorite athletes are Tim Tebow, Troy Tulowitzki and Derek Jeter...favorite movie is Friday Night Lights...favorite musicians are Kenny Chesney and Daughtry...hobbies include snowmobiling.

Jake Duffey

#27 - Linebacker Junior - 5-7, 187 Monroe, Mich. Monroe H.S. 2010 (So.): Played in seven games earning his second varsity letter...finished the season with nine tackles including four unassisted takedowns...recorded a season-high four tackles and forced a fumble against Defiance on Sept. 11...tallied a pair of tackles against Hope on Nov. 6. 2009 (Fr.): Played in six games primarily on special teams as a freshman...recorded seven tackles including five solo stops...forced a fumble at Bluffton... had a pair of tackles against Alma and Lake Erie. Personal: Majoring in physical education...son of Michael and Janene Duffey...born in Elmhurst, Illinois on May 2, 1991 ...native of Monroe and attended Monroe High School...his father played football at Hillsdale College...six-time Golden Gloves regional champion...named All-Mega Red Conference as a junior and senior...named All-State Honorable Mention in 2007 and 2008...named All-Region in 2006 and 2008...member of the Honor Roll...favorite sports team is the Chicago Bears...favorite athletes are Brian Urlacher, Mike Tyson and Tom Zbikowski...favorite TV show is SportsCenter...favorite movie is Remember the Titans.

Mitch Gabriele

#19 - Wide Receiver Junior - 6-0, 180 Hillsdale, Mich. Hillsdale H.S. 2010 (So.): Played in all 10 games for the second straight year and started every game at wideout...set the single-season school record with 63 receptions...ranked second in the MIAA and tied for 41st in Division III with 6.3 catches per game...ranked fifth in single-season school annals with 848 receiving yards...fourth in the MIAA and 59th in Division III with 84.8 receiving yards per game...set a single-game mark at Adrian College with 15 grabs for 161 yards at Albion on Oct. 30...hauled in 12 passes a week before on Oct. 23 against Kalamazoo for 162 yards and two touchdowns...had 115 receiving yards on six catches with a score against Hope on Nov. 6... caught a season-long 77 yard pass for a touchdown against Defiance on Sept. 11...caught six passes for 98 yards and two scores against Trine on Oct. 2...32 of his 63 receptions went for a first down. 2009 (Fr.): Played in all 10 games excelling on special teams...registered six tackles including four solo stops...caught one pass for 10 yards at Bluffton... recorded two tackles each at Kalamazoo and Hope. Personal: Majoring in pre-chiropractic with a minor in business...son of John and Judy Gabriele...born in Hillsdale, Michigan on May 24, 1990...native of Hillsdale and attended Hillsdale High School...played quarterback for the Hornets winning league title as a senior...named Second Team All-State in football... named First Team All-State in basketball...named Second Team All-State in baseball...favorite sports team is the Michigan Wolverines...favorite athletes are J.J. Redick and Wes Welker...favorite movies are The Hangover and Rudy.

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2010 (Fr.): Played in all 10 games and made five starts, including five of the last six games of the season...finished the season with 28 tackles including 10 unassisted tackles on the defensive line...collected two tackles for a loss of five yards including one sack for a loss of four yards against Hope on Nov. 6...had a season-high six tackles and half a tackle for loss against Augustana on Sept. 18...recorded five tackles including three solo stops against Kalamazoo on Oct. 23...also had five tackles including four solo stops at Albion on Oct. 30. Personal: Majoring in exercise science with a minor in business management...son of Douglas Gray and Audrey Gardner...born in Detroit, Michigan on September 6, 1992...prepped at Martin Luther King High School...finished 14-0 in 2007 and won state championship in football...finished 9-2 in 2009 and won city title...named Second Team All-City as a senior... favorite sports team is the Pittsburgh Steelers...favorite athletes are Ray Lewis and DeMarcus Ware...favorite movie is Friday Night Lights...favorite food is pizza.

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2010 (Fr.): Played in seven contests and earned his first varsity letter...named to the MIAA All-Academic list...had a kick return for 10 yards against Hope on Nov. 6... recorded one tackle against Kalamazoo on Oct. 23. Personal: Majoring in criminal justice with a minor in sociology...full name is Aaron Joseph Gill...son of Russ and Mary Gill...born in Rochester, Michigan on July 21, 1990...prepped at Lake Orion High School... part of state finalist team in 2008 in football with a 12-2 record...named First Team All-League, All-County and All-North Detroit as a senior...favorite sports team is the Detroit Lions...favorite athlete is Clay Matthews... favorite TV show is SportsCenter...favorite movie is The Italian Job...hobbies include hunting and fishing.

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2010 (Jr.): Played in all 10 games and made five starts including the first three games of the season...finished the year with 35 tackles including 20 unassisted stops... recorded three tackles for a loss of eight yards...picked off a pair of passes for 14 return yards...had three pass breakups and one forced fumble...had a seasonhigh seven tackles against Defiance on Sept. 11 and Kalamazoo on Oct. 23...had two tackles for loss and an interception against the Hornets...had six tackles and an interception at Alma on Nov. 13. 2009 (So.): Played in nine games missing just the Trine game...tallied two tackles with one each at Defiance and against Lake Erie. Personal: Majoring in physical education with a minor in math...son of Tony and Krystal Garbarino...born in Royal Oak, Michigan on October 7, 1990...native of Shelby Township and attended Utica High School... earned varsity letters in football and basketball... named team MVP during senior year in football... named All-Metro East cornerback as a senior...named All-County at quarterback...named Honorable Mention All-County in basketball as a senior...favorite sports teams are the Pittsburgh Steelers and Detroit Red Wings...favorite athlete is LeBron James...favorite TV show is The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air...favorite movies are Transformers and Hitch...favorite foods are steak and ribs.

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#45 - Linebacker Sophomore - 6-0, 210 Lake Orion, Mich. Lake Orion H.S.

#8 - Linebacker Senior - 5-11, 193 Shelby Twp., Mich. Utica H.S.

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Justin Hemm

#3 - Quarterback Junior - 5-11, 195 Piqua, Ohio Piqua H.S. 2010 (So.): Played and started in all 10 games earning second letter...named First Team AllMIAA as a wide receiver...also spent some time at quarterback starting the first four games at that position...rushed for 236 yards and two touchdowns with a season-long of 60 yards...caught 50 passes for 734 yards and nine touchdowns... completed 12-of-25 passes for 64 yards with one interception...ranked tied for fifth in the MIAA with 5.0 receptions per game...ranked sixth in the league with 73.4 receiving yards per game...ranked fifth in the conference with 6.6 points per game...ranked eighth in the MIAA with 97 all-purpose yards per game... tied for fourth for a single-season at Adrian with nine touchdown catches...finished ninth in a single-season at Adrian with 734 receiving yards...rushed for 138 yards on eight carries with two touchdowns against Defiance on Sept. 11...finished the season with over 100-yard receiving games three out of four times... caught three touchdown passes against Kalamazoo on Oct. 23...hauled in a season-high 10 passes for a season-high 147 yards and two scores at Alma on Nov. 13. 2009 (Fr.): Played in all 10 games and started against Lake Erie...did a little bit of everything for the Bulldogs with 584 all-purpose yards and 72.5 yards of total offense per game...completed 30-of-46 passes for 430 yards and five touchdowns...ran the ball 69 times for 295 yards and two scores...caught 17 passes for 227 yards...had a breakout performance against Olivet tying the school record with five touchdowns passes including four in the second half...finished with 300 passing yards on 16-of-18 and also ran for 48 yards and another score...ran 12 times for 59 yards and a touchdown and also threw for 52 yards at Trine. Personal: Majoring in education...son of Doug and Shellie Hemm...Born in Piqua, Ohio on July 25, 1989... resides in Piqua and attended Piqua High School... transferred to Adrian from Ball State...won state title in Division II in 2006...also participated in basketball and track...earned a total of 10 varsity letters at Piqua... named First Team All-Conference as a junior and senior and was named conference offensive player of the year as a senior...favorite sports teams are the Cincinnati Bengals and Cincinnati Reds.

Paul Herman

#96 - Defensive Line Junior - 6-3, 258 Marshall, Mich. Marshall H.S. 2010 (So.): Played in four contests and made two starts against Trine and Olivet before missing the final five games due to injury...finished the season with three assisted tackles...had one assisted tackle against Augustana on Sept. 18 and two assisted tackles against Trine on Oct. 2. Personal: Majoring in chemistry/physics with a minor in calculus...son of Paul and Sharla Herman... born in Marshall, Michigan on January 27, 1990... prepped at Marshall High School...named First Team All-Conference in 2007 in football...named First Team All-Conference in wrestling in 2007-08...favorite sports team is Central Michigan University Varsity Wrestling... favorite athletes are Jason Taylor and Michael Jordan...favorite TV shows are CSI and House... favorite movies are Gladiator, Remember the Titans and The Dark Knight...favorite book/novel is The Da Vinci Code...favorite musical groups are ZZ Top and Breaking Benjamin...favorite foods are Mexican and buffalo wings...hobbies include wood working and hunting.

Shuan Hladki

#11 - Wide Receiver Junior - 6-2, 185 Montague, Mich. Montague H.S. 2010 (So.): Played in eight games as a wide receiver to earn first varsity letter...had two catches for seven yards against Augustana on Sept. 18...recorded one tackle at DePauw on Oct. 16. Personal: Majoring in communications...son of Roger and Sandy Stone...born in Muskegon, Michigan on November 1, 1989...prepped at Montague High School...part of successful football program that won four district and three regional championships...also lettered in basketball...named All-Conference and AllArea in football as a junior and senior...also named All-Conference and All-Area in basketball as a junior and senior...state qualifier in track and field in 200 meters and 4x100 relay...spent one year at Muskegon Community College...favorite sports teams are the

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#1 - Defensive Back Senior - 5-9, 189 New Orleans, La. Hahnville H.S. 2010 (Jr.): Played in all 10 games and started in final nine games of the season in his first year at Adrian College...finished the season with 49 tackles including 28 unassisted tackles...recorded one interception and had four tackles against Kalamazoo on Oct. 23...recorded six pass breakups with two coming at DePauw on Oct. 16 and against Hope on Nov. 6...returned 14 kickoffs for 266 yards with a long of 61 yards against Trine on Oct. 2...ranked sixth in the MIAA with a 19-yard kickoff return average...had a season-high nine tackles including six solo stops against Trine...had six tackles with a fumble recovery at Alma on Nov. 13. 2007 at Wayne State: Saw playing time in the final

2010 (So.): Played in seven games and made one start against Hope on Nov. 6...named to the MIAA All-Academic list... finished the season with nine tackles, one and a half tackles for loss and one sack...tallied a season-high four tackles with a sack for a loss of six yards against Hope on Nov. 6...had three tackles against Kalamazoo on Oct. 23. 2008 (Fr.): Played in one game and had one forced fumble and one tackle for a loss of three yards. Personal: Majoring in communications with a minor in business...son of Keith and Julie Janes...born in Farmington Hills, Michigan on April 22, 1990...prepped at Howell High School...earned varsity letters in football and wrestling...named Academic All-State in the fall of 2007...named First Team All-KVC and All-Livingston County Second Team as a senior...was a state qualifier in wrestling...holds record for second most wins in a season in wrestling...graduated with a 3.9 GPA from Howell...favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings...favorite athletes are Cael Sanderson, Steve Yzerman and Jevon Kearse...favorite TV shows are The League, The Office and Dexter...favorite movies are the James Bond series, Blazing Saddles and Anchorman...favorite foods are steak and shrimp.

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#42 - Defensive Line Junior - 6-2, 232 Howell, Mich. Howell H.S.

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2010 (Fr.): Played in five games earning his first varsity letter...named to the MIAA All-Academic list... finished the season with two tackles...had an assisted tackle against Defiance on Sept. 11...had an assisted tackle against Kalamazoo on Oct. 23. Personal: Majoring in biology...son of Steve Hudak and Lori Harman...born in Traverse City, Michigan on December 16, 1990...prepped at Goodrich High School in Goodrich, Michigan...named First Team All-League in 2009 for football...won a league championship and advanced to second round of playoffs in 2008...member of the National Honor Society...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Lions, Detroit Tigers and New York Giants...favorite athlete is Brandon Jacobs...favorite TV shows are Gold Rush Alaska and Lost...favorite movie is Avatar...favorite musicians are Third Eye Blind, Kid Cudi and Everclear.

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#28 - Defensive Back Sophomore - 5-9, 169 Fenton, Mich. Goodrich H.S.

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10 games after dressing but did not see any playing time against Michigan Tech...made collegiate debut on kickoff return and punt return teams at St. Joseph’s... recorded a career-high three tackles at Grand Valley State...had an assisted tackle at Gannon...saw special teams and defensive backfield action in 10 games. 2006 at Delta State: Redshirted. Personal: Majoring in business...son of Keman Smith and Patsy Jacobs...born in New Orleans, Louisiana on February 15, 1987...attended Hahnville High School...earned three varsity letters for coach Lou Valdin...voted Second Team All-District as a junior and First Team as a senior...recorded 73 tackles in 2005 with seven interceptions...helped the Tigers to the Louisiana State Class 5A Championship in 2003... also lettered in track where he was named All-District his sophomore through senior seasons...was named track team MVP in 2006...favorite sports teams are the Los Angeles Lakers, New Orleans Saints and New York Yankees...favorite athletes are Kobe Bryant, Ray Lewis and Champ Bailey...favorite TV shows are Everybody Hates Chris and That ‘70’s Show...favorite movies are Remember the Titans, The Program and Forrest Gump...favorite musicians are Lil’ Wayne and Juvenile...favorite foods are seafood and steak.

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Michigan Wolverines and Indianapolis Colts...favorite athletes are Charles Woodson and Bob Sanders... favorite TV shows are ESPN News, Family Guy and Swamp People...favorite movies are Hardball and Friday Night Lights...favorite musicians are Bob Marley and Lil’ Wayne.

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Troy Johnson

#80 - Wide Receiver Senior - 6-2, 191 Columbus, Ohio Africentric H.S. 2010 (Jr.): Saw action at Olivet on Oct. 9 with no stats. Personal: Majoring in business administration...son of Troy and Anna Johnson...born in Columbus, Ohio on August 14, 1990...lettered in football and wrestling at Columbus Africentric High School...named All-City in wrestling...named Honorable Mention All-Conference in football...named team MVP on the mat...member of the National Honor Society...favorite sports teams are the Atlanta Falcons, Los Angeles Lakers and New York Yankees...favorite athletes are Kobe Bryant, Derek Jeter and Michael Jenkins...favorite TV shows are The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Jamie Foxx Show and My Name is Earl..favorite movies are Cool Runnings and Blankman...favorite musicians are Young Money and Boyz II Men.

Hunter Juntunen

#29 - Linebacker Sophomore - 5-11, 205 Webberville, Mich. Webberville H.S. 2010 (Fr.): Played in five contests as a true freshman to earn first varsity letter...played primarily on special teams for the Bulldogs...tallied one tackle during the season coming against Hope on Nov. 6. Personal: Majoring in business...son of Guy and Betty Juntunen...born in Lansing, Michigan on July 8, 1992...prepped at Webberville High School...won a league championship in 2007 with a 9-1 record... compiled an 8-2 record in 2008 and advanced to the first round of the playoffs...named All-League and AllArea for three years...named Honorable Mention AllState as a senior...also ran track and was All-League in four events...set the school record in the 4x100 relay in 2008...regional champ in two events in 2009... academic honor roll every semester in high school... member of the National Honor Society...favorite sports teams are the Kansas City Chiefs, Michigan State Spartans and Detroit Tigers...favorite athletes are LeBron James, Reggie Bush and Bo Jackson... favorite TV shows are The Office, Chappelle’s Show and Seinfeld...favorite movies are Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Friday and Happy Gilmore.

Eric Knoblock

#41 - Fullback Sophomore - 6-0, 197 Lake Orion, Mich. Lake Orion H.S. 2010 (Fr.): Played in the final nine games of the season to earn his first letter...finished the season with four tackles including one solo stop...had a season-high two assisted tackles against Hope on Nov. 6...also had a tackle at Olivet on Oct. 9 and against Kalamazoo on Oct. 23. Personal: Majoring in business management... son of Edwin Knoblock and Barbara Beach...born in Royal Oak, Michigan on March 23, 1991...prepped at Lake Orion High School...won state title in baseball in 2006...named All-League as a pitcher...finished as state runner-up in football...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Tigers and Oregon Ducks...favorite athletes are Brian Cushing and Justin Verlander...favorite movies are Ace Ventura and The Waterboy...hobbies include hunting and fishing.

Jeff Makowski, Jr.

#12 - Defensive Back Senior - 5-10, 193 Maple Heights, Ohio Garfield Hts. Trinity H.S. 2010 (Jr.): Played and started in all 10 games to earn his third letter with the Bulldogs...finished the season with 28 tackles including 14 unassisted stops...recorded two fumble recoveries, two pass breakups and one tackle for loss... tallied three interceptions for 28 return yards...tied for seventh in the MIAA in interceptions per game (0.30)... registered a season-high nine tackles and had a 28yard interception return for a score against Kalamazoo on Oct. 23...had three tackles and an interception against Hope on Nov. 6...had four tackles and a fumble recovery against Augustana on Sept. 18. 2009 (So.): Played and started in all 10 games at cornerback...recorded 23 tackles including 16 solo stops...ranked second on the team with three interceptions for 41 return yards...returned an interception 41 yards for a touchdown and also had three tackles at Kalamazoo...had a season-high six tackles against Capital...had four tackles and two pass breakups at Hope...also picked off a pass against Albion and Alma...ended the year tied for the team lead

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2010 (So.): Played in all 10 games and made six starts at linebacker...started six of the last seven games for the Bulldogs... recorded 10 kickoff returns for 202 yards with a long of 29 yards at Albion on Oct. 30...finished the year with 25 tackles including 11 unassisted wrapups...boasted three and a half tackles for loss of 12 yards including one sack...had four pass breakups...had a career-high 14 tackles and 2.5 tackles for loss against Trine on Oct. 2...made two tackles and had four pass breakups at DePauw on Oct. 16...recorded five assisted tackles against Kalamazoo on Oct. 23. 2009 (Fr.): Played in six games primarily on special teams...saw action during the first six games before ending his season due to injury...recorded one tackle at Kalamazoo. Personal: Majoring in exercise science with a minor in psychology...son of Jeff and Deb Makowski...born in Garfield Heights, Ohio on June 26, 1990...resides in Maple Heights and attended Garfield Heights Trinity High School...named team defensive MVP as a senior...named All-North Coast League and AllArea as a senior...favorite sports team is the Michigan Wolverines...favorite athlete is Tom Brady...favorite TV shows are The Real World and Jersey Shore...favorite movies are Friday Night Lights and Remember the Titans.

2010 (Sr.): Granted a medical redshirt after getting a start and having a season-ending injury at UW-Whitewater on Sept. 4... named to the MIAA All-Academic list. 2009 (Jr.): Played in seven games as a sophomore... named MIAA All-Academic...registered three tackles and a half tackle for loss...had two assisted tackles at Kalamazoo. Personal: Majoring in exercise science with a minor in business administration...son of Chris and Phyllis Mauk...born in Detroit, Michigan on December 25, 1989...native of China, Michigan and attended St. Clair High School...won a district title in 2005 and were district runner-up in 2007...named First Team All-Macomb Area Conference as a senior...named AllArea and All-Metro East as a senior...received Fred H. Vincent Award for best scholar athlete in the area by Port Huron Times Herald...four-year letterwinner in hockey...member of the National Honor Society... favorite sports team is the Detroit Red Wings...favorite athlete is Barry Bonds...favorite TV show is Prison Break...favorite movie is Forrest Gump...favorite musician is Kid Rock.

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#94 - Defensive Line Senior - 6-2, 215 China, Mich. St. Clair H.S.

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with seven pass breakups...ranked sixth in the MIAA in interceptions per game and fourth in passes defended. 2008 (Fr.): Played in seven games as a freshman... recorded five tackles including two solo tackles...had two tackles at Alma. Personal: Majoring in exercise science with a minor in business...son of Jeff and Debra Makowski...born in Garfield Heights, Ohio on June 27, 1989...native of Maple Heights and attended Trinity High School... named to the Merit Roll and Second Honors for his GPA...member of the Ambassador Club...favorite sports teams are the Cleveland Indians and The Ohio State Buckeyes...favorite athletes are Chris Paul and Michael Jordan...favorite movies are The Twilight Series, The Hangover and Wedding Crashers...favorite TV shows are The Hills and Jersey Shore.

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Nick Mighion

#78 - Offensive Line Junior - 6-2, 265 Sterling Heights, Mich. Warren Cousino H.S. 2010 (So.): Played in all 10 games and made eight starts at offensive guard for the Bulldogs...earned his second varsity letter...started the last six games of the season... helped Adrian College average 144.30 yards per game on the ground, which ranked third in the MIAA. 2009 (Fr.): Played in seven games as a reserve guard as a freshman...helped Adrian average 246.3 yards passing per game ranking third in the MIAA. Personal: Majoring in pre-architecture...son of Pete and Tina Mighion...born in Mount Clemens, Michigan on May 31, 1991...native of Sterling Heights and attended Warren Cousino High School...played three years of varsity football...team went 21-3 during his sophomore and junior seasons...had an undefeated regular season in 2007 and reached state semifinals... named to the All-MAC White Academic team...named First Team All-MAC White as a senior...named AllMacomb County as a junior and senior...member of the National Honor Society.

Logan Mitseff

#99 - Kicker Senior - 6-4, 271 Shelby Twp., Mich. Pontiac Notre Dame H.S. 2010 (Jr.): Played in all 10 games as the team’s kicker... went 7-of-10 on his field goal tries with a long of 47 yards at Olivet on Oct. 9...ranked third in the MIAA with 0.70 field goals per game...scored 51 points which ranked second on the team...ranked tied for ninth in the league in scoring (5.10 ppg)...made his final five field goals to end the season...handled kickoffs with 45 attempts for 2,603 yards (57.8 ypk)...scored 11 points at Olivet with two field goals and five extra points...went 30-of-33 in extra points including 7-of-7 against Kalamazoo on Oct. 23...connected on a 45-yard field goal at DePauw on Oct. 16. 2009 (So.): Played in all 10 games to earn his second letter...handled kickoffs with 51 attempts for 2,820 yards (55.3 ypk)...had two touchbacks. 2008 (Fr.): Played in all 10 games to earn his first letter...handled kickoff duties for the Bulldogs...

recorded 54 kickoffs for 2,880 yards (53.3 ypk) with one touchback. Personal: Majoring in business administration... son of Kimberly and Randy Mitseff...born in Grand Rapids, Michigan on December 15, 1988...native of Shelby Township and attended Pontiac Notre Dame High School...previously attended Central Michigan University...earned a varsity letter during the 2006-07 season and were the Prep Bowl champions...member of MAC Champs at CMU in 2007-08 as a redshirt... favorite sports teams are the Detroit Red Wings and Detroit Lions...favorite athletes are Jason Hanson and Nicklas Lidstrom...favorite TV show is Entourage... favorite movies are Shawshank Redemption and Inception...favorite musicians are Third Eye Blind.

Nick Ross

#76 - Offensive Line Senior - 6-0, 268 Manchester, Mich. Manchester H.S. 2010 (Jr.): Played and started in all 10 games giving him 20 straight starts entering his senior season...named Second Team All-MIAA on the offensive line...named to the MIAA All-Academic list...helped the Bulldogs average 25.90 points per game, which ranked second in the MIAA. 2009 (So.): Played and started in all 10 games at tackle...helped Adrian average 382.9 yards of total offense. 2008 (Fr.): Played in five games as a reserve on the offensive line as a freshman...helped Adrian lead the MIAA in rushing offense. Personal: Majoring in biology with a minor in chemistry...son of Louie and Alisa Ross...born in Manchester, Michigan on December 29, 1989...native of Manchester and attended Manchester High School... named All-Cascades Conference on the offensive line for three years...also named All-League on defense as a senior...named to the Jackson Citizen Patriot Dream Team as a senior...also lettered in track where he was All-Conference in shot put...set school record in the discus...favorite sports teams are Michigan football and the Detroit Red Wings...favorite athletes are Jake Long, Mike Hart and Tom Brady...favorite movies are Friday Night Lights and Rocky IV.

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2010 (Jr.): Played in nine games and made three starts as a tight end...started the first three games of the season... caught one pass for three years at UW-Whitewater on Sept. 4. 2009 (So.): Played in nine games as a sophomore as a blocking tight end...helped Adrian average 136.6 yards per game on the ground. Personal: Majoring in business management with a minor in marketing...son of Will and Fay Bruce... Born in Sanford, Florida on May 7, 1990...native of Tecumseh and attended Tecumseh High School... earned varsity letters in football, basketball and track... named All-SEC on defense as a senior...school record holder in the shot put (53’ 7�)...named all-conference in track as a junior and senior...favorite sports teams are Florida State football, Maryland basketball and the Detroit Pistons...favorite athlete is Julius Peppers... favorite movies are Anchorman, Bad Boys and A Night at the Roxbury.

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2010 (Fr.): Played in all 10 games in his first season with the Bulldogs...rushed twice for eight yards with both carries coming at Olivet on Oct. 9...returned two kickoffs for 30 yards...had a 16-yard kickoff return against Hope on Nov. 6 and a 14-yard return at Alma on Nov. 13... recorded four special teams tackles including three against Defiance on Sept. 11. Personal: Majoring in business...son of Mike Sexton and Tamara Culler...born in Virginia on October 15, 1992...prepped at Clinton High School...lettered in football, wrestling and baseball for the Redskins... named team MVP as a running back in football as a junior and senior...finished third in state wrestling meet two years straight...named All-Lenawee County in baseball as a junior and senior...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Lions and Detroit Tigers...favorite athletes are Reggie Bush, LeBron James and Braylon Edwards...favorite TV shows are South Park and Family Guy...favorite movie is Law Abiding Citizen.

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2010 (Jr.): Played in eight games and earned his first varsity letter...served a reserve role on special teams and made one assisted tackle at UW-Whitewater on Sept. 4... named to the MIAA All-Academic list. Personal: Major is undecided...son of Larry and Linda Rubingh...born in Muskegon, Michigan on April 17, 1990...prepped at Grass Lake High School...earned letters in football, wrestling and baseball...named AllConference and All-Area for football in 2007...favorite TV show is King of the Hill...favorite movies are Friday Night Lights and SWAT.

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Derek Shell

#43 - Tight End Junior - 6-1, 230 Manitou Beach, Mich. Onsted H.S. 2010 (So.): Played in all 10 games and made eight starts as a fullback...named to the MIAA All-Academic list...carried the ball four times for 12 yards with most of that coming at UW-Whitewater on Sept. 4...caught six passes for 48 yards...had one catch for 17 yards at Olivet on Oct. 9... helped pave the way for third-best rushing attack in the MIAA (144.30 ypg). 2009 (Fr.): Played in eight games as a freshman at fullback...named MIAA All-Academic...caught three passes for 22 yards...had two grabs for 14 yards at Kalamazoo...had one kick return for 14 yards against Albion. Personal: Majoring in elementary education with a minor in social studies...son of William Shell and Kathy Albright...Born in Adrian, Michigan on July 20, 1990...native of Manitou Beach and attended Onsted High School...won two LCAA league titles with the Wildcats in 2006 and 2008...team went 29-5 during his varsity career...named All-LCAA for three years... named All-Area at defensive end as a junior and senior...named All-County and Defensive Player of the Year as a senior...named All-State as a senior... named Academic All-State as a senior...salutatorian of his high school...involved with Key Club, Student Council and National Honor Society...favorite sports team is the Detroit Lions...favorite athlete is Cory Schlesinger...favorite TV shows are Family Guy, The Simpsons and SportsCenter...favorite movies are Old School, Dodgeball and The Hangover.

Brad Smith

#63 - Offensive Line Junior - 6-3, 232 Sand Creek, Mich. Sand Creek H.S. 2010 (So.): Played in seven games and made two starts at offensive guard...earned his first varsity letter...started against Augustana on Sept. 18 and Trine on Oct. 2...missed the final three games of the season due to injury... looking to earn a starting spot this season. Personal: Majoring in pre-health science...son of Claude and Leslie Smith...born in Adrian, Michigan on April 23, 1991...prepped at Sand Creek High School in Sand Creek, Michigan...earned letters in football and track...named All-Conference in 2007 and 2008 for football...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Lions, Detroit Red Wings and Tampa Bay Buccaneers... favorite athletes are DeMarcus Ware, Calvin Johnson and Mike Alstott...favorite TV shows are CSI, Burn Notice and 24...favorite movies are The Patriot, 300 and Friday Night Lights...favorite musical groups are Disturbed, Nickleback and Lil’ Wayne.

Jeremy Southworth #25 - Running Back Senior - 5-7, 188 Hillsdale, Mich. Reading H.S.

2010 (Jr.): Played in all 10 games to earn his second letter...carried the ball 69 times for 206 yards and two touchdowns...caught five passes for 30 yards... recorded two tackles...had a season-high 69 rushing yards on 14 carries with a score at Olivet on Oct. 9... had 33 rushing yards on seven carries with a score against Defiance on Sept. 11...had a career-high 24 carries for 50 yards at Alma on Nov. 13. 2009 (So.): Played in four games against Defiance, Bluffton, Kalamazoo and Olivet...carried the ball 10 times for 55 yards and two touchdowns...also recorded one tackle at Kalamazoo...ran four times for 28 yards and a score at Bluffton...carried five times for 27 yards and a score at Kalamazoo. Personal: Majoring in business administration...son of Barb Southworth...born in Hillsdale, Michigan on February 26, 1990...native of Hillsdale and attended Reading High School...part of state title in baseball in 2007 as a shortstop...earned eight varsity letters including two in football, three in basketball and three

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PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES

#66 - Offensive Line Senior - 5-11, 247 Beverly Hills, Calif. Beverly Hills H.S. 2010 (Jr.): Played in three games and earned first varsity letter...looking to compete for starting center spot entering senior season...saw action against UW-Whitewater on Sept. 4, Defiance on Sept. 11 and Olivet on Oct. 9. Personal: Majoring in Journalism...son of Elmer and Jynyvy Urteaga...born in Los Angeles, California on February 19, 1990...prepped at Beverly Hills High School...named First Team All-League in 2008 for football...named 2008 Lineman of the Year at Beverly Hills High...favorite sports teams are Los Angeles Dodgers, Oakland Raiders and Los Angeles Lakers...favorite athletes are Jeff Saturday and Alex Rodriguez...favorite TV shows are SportsCenter and Monday Night Football...favorite movie is Friday Night Lights...favorite musical groups are Lil’ Wayne and T-Pain.

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2010 (So.): Played in eight games and made one start at Olivet on Oct. 9...caught 18 passes for 244 yards and two touchdowns...had a season-high five catches for 34 yards and a score at DePauw on Oct. 16...had two catches for 53 yards and a touchdown against Hope on Nov. 6...had a season-high 58 receiving yards on four grabs at Alma on Nov. 13. 2009 (Fr.): Played in six games as a freshman... caught three passes for 54 yards with one touchdown... caught a 19-yard touchdown at Defiance in first game as a collegiate player...caught a pass for 19 yards at Kalamazoo. Personal: Majoring in education...son of Sandra Thompson...born in Detroit, Michigan on April 2, 1991...native of Detroit and attended Henry Ford High School...earned All-Detroit First Team honors as a senior...team went 7-3 and won district championship in 2008...favorite sports teams are the St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Celtics and New Orleans Saints... favorite athlete is Chad Ochocinco...favorite TV shows are Jamie Foxx and The Game...favorite movie is Law Abiding Citizen.

2010 (So.): Played in four games while earning first varsity letter. Personal: Majoring in education with a minor in English...son of Mark and Marcia Tyahla...born in South Lyon, Michigan on January 29, 1991...prepped at South Lyon High School...earned two varsity letters in football...named Honorable Mention All-Conference in 2008...favorite sports team is the Cincinnati Bengals...favorite athletes are Charles Woodson and Brian Dawkins...favorite TV program is the NFL Network...favorite movies are Forrest Gump, The Blind Side and The Fighter.

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#85 - Wide Receiver Junior - 5-10, 160 Detroit, Mich. Henry Ford H.S.

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D’ante Thompson

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#24 - Defensive Back Junior - 5-11, 195 South Lyon, Mich. South Lyon H.S.

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Meet the Team

in baseball...named All-Big Eight Conference and team MVP in football as a senior...also named First Team All-State as a linebacker as a senior...favorite sports team is the New York Yankees...favorite athletes are Derek Jeter, LaDainian Tomlinson and LeBron James... favorite musicians are Lil’ Wayne and Eminem...favorite TV show is SportsCenter.

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Meet the Team

PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES Darren Walter

#4 - Linebacker Senior - 5-9, 185 Muskegon, Mich. Orchard View H.S.

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2010 (Jr.): Played and started in all 10 games at outside linebacker for the Bulldogs... finished the year with 57 tackles including 26 unassisted takedowns...ranked fourth on the team in total tackles...finished with 7.5 tackles for a loss of 29 yards, which ranked second on the team...compiled 3.5 sacks for a loss of 19 yards...had a season-high nine tackles in the season opener at UW-Whitewater on Sept. 4...tallied eight tackles and a pass breakup at DePauw on Oct. 16...recorded six tackles (five solo) with two tackles for loss and a forced fumble at Alma on Nov. 13 in the season finale. 2009 (So.): Played in nine games missing just the Trine game...served as a reserve outside linebacker... recorded seven tackles including four solo stops... had one tackle for a loss of one yard at Defiance... recorded a season-high three tackles against the Yellow Jackets...also had a tackle against Capital, Bluffton, Kalamazoo and Alma. Personal: Majoring in pre-health science with a minor in psychology...son of Richard and Sarah Walter...born in Muskegon, Michigan on May 11, 1990...resides in Muskegon and attended Orchard View High School... member of 2006 and 2007 playoff qualifier going 8-1 as a senior...named All-Conference and All-Area as a senior...member of the honor roll...favorite sports team is the Denver Broncos...favorite athletes are Antrel Rolle and Champ Bailey...favorite TV shows are Jersey Shore, The Hills and The Real World.

Spencer Whittington #53 - Offensive Line Senior - 6-4, 286 Paw Paw, Mich. Lawrence H.S.

2010 (Jr.): Played and started in all 10 games at offensive tackle...one of two players to be named First Team All-MIAA on offense for the Bulldogs...anchored an offensive line that averaged 383.40 yards per game, which ranked third in the MIAA and 60th nationally. 2009 (So.): Played in eight games as a sophomore at offensive tackle...helped lead rushing attack which averaged 136.6 yards per game. 2008 (Fr.): Played in all 10 games as a freshman... served as long snapper on punts and made one special teams tackle against Defiance. Personal: Majoring in elementary education...son of Scott and Kelli Whittington, Carrie Baker and Bob Rokos...born in Paw Paw, Michigan on August 18, 1989...native of Paw Paw and attended Lawrence High School...brother, Shayne, plays basketball at Western Michigan...advanced to the state semifinal in basketball in 2008...named First Team All-SAC three times in baseball and football...named Second Team All-State by the Associated Press in baseball in 2007...named First Team All-State by the Detroit Free Press in football in 2008...played in MHSFCA AllStar Game in football...favorite sports teams are the Green Bay Packers, Detroit Tigers and Detroit Red Wings...favorite athletes are Clay Matthews and Aaron Rodgers...favorite TV shows are Entourage, Wilfred and Dexter...favorite movies are Nacho Libre and Training Day.

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2010 STATISTICS

Score by Quarters Adrian College Opponents

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

45 61 81 72 30 73 54 49

OT

0 0

Player Jared Edwards Danny Taylor Mike McGee Jared Edwards

Team Offense Defense Offense Offense

MIAA All-Academic

Greg Brannan • Fullback • Gibraltar, Mich. Sidney Coleman • Wide Receiver • Farmington Hills, Mich. Chris Cook • Defensive Back • Hartford, Mich. Bob Eadie • Offensive Line • Michigan Center, Mich. A.J. Gill • Linebacker • Lake Orion, Mich. Blake Hudak • Defensive Back • Fenton, Mich. Chris Janes • Defensive Line • Howell, Mich. Alex Krajniak • Running Back • White Pigeon, Mich. Steve Mauk • Defensive Line • China, Mich. Nick Moore • Tight End • Petoskey, Mich. Nick Ross • Offensive Line • Manchester, Mich. Travis Rubingh • Linebacker • Jackson, Mich. Derek Shell • Fullback • Manitou Beach, Mich. Nathan Smith • Defensive Back • Hudson, Mich. Jake Vanderlugt • Defensive Back • Zeeland, Mich. (returning players from 2010 team)

MIAA All-Conference

First Team WR - Justin Hemm, SO, Piqua, Ohio H.S. OL - Spencer Whittington, JR, Lawrence H.S. DL - Austin Fritz, SR, Ayersville, Ohio H.S. LB - Danny Taylor, SR, White Lake Lakeland H.S. Second Team QB - Mike McGee, SR, Brookhaven, Ohio H.S. RB - Jared Edwards, JR, Bellbrook, Ohio H.S. OL - Nick Ross, JR, Manchester H.S. LB - Jarred Kwiatkowski, SR, Warren Cousino H.S. DB - Chris Cook, JR, Hartford H.S.

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Opponent Defiance DePauw Kalamazoo Hope

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Date Sep. 11 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Nov. 6

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MIAA Football Players of the Week

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Individual Honors

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OPP 206 20.6 168 64 85 19 1245 1494 249 362 3.4 124.5 12 1837 152-280-13 6.6 12.1 183.7 14 3082 642 4.8 308.2 45-971 18-245 8-101 21.6 13.6 12.6 14-8 56-505 50.5 56-2109 37.7 33.4 28:40 49/139 35% 4/17 24% 21-143 0 28 5-8 0-0 (24-31) 77% (20-31) 65% (21-26) 81% 12003 5/2401 0/0

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ADRIAN 259 25.9 203 81 106 16 1446 1787 341 404 3.6 144.6 13 2417 196-316-8 7.6 12.3 241.7 19 3863 720 5.4 386.3 35-681 21-140 13-123 19.5 6.7 9.5 18-9 75-715 71.5 53-1963 37.0 30.5 31:20 64/156 41% 11/24 46% 23-142 0 34 7-10 0-1 (20-27) 74% (15-27) 56% (30-33) 91% 10600 5/2120

Record • 5-5 Overall • 4-2 MIAA (T-2nd) Date Opp. Score Loc. Att. Sep. 4 at UW-Whitewater L 0-35 Whitewater, Wis. 6,041 Sep. 11 DEFIANCE W 40-14 Adrian, Mich. 2,340 Sep. 18 AUGUSTANA L 7-21 Adrian, Mich. 1,955 Oct. 2 TRINE L 16-24 Adrian, Mich. 2,705 Oct. 9 at Olivet W 41-0 Olivet, Mich. 955 Oct. 16 at DePauw L 19-23 Greencastle, Ind. 600 Oct. 23 KALAMAZOO W 58-31 Adrian, Mich. 1,800 Oct. 30 at Albion L 21-38 Albion, Mich. 3,007 Nov. 6 HOPE W 33-7 Adrian, Mich. 1,800 Nov. 13 at Alma W 24-13 Alma, Mich. 1,400

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Team Statistics SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Neutral Site Games

RESULTS

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2010 STATISTICS

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2010 Adrian College Football Adrian College Overall Individual Statistics (FINAL STATS) All games Rushing

gp-gs

Jared Edwards Justin Hemm Jeremy Southworth Damon Brown Derek Shell Jesse Sexton Danny Cobb Mike McGee TEAM Total Opponents

10-9 10-10 10-0 6- 1 10-8 10-0 3- 0 10-6 8- 0 10 10

Passing

gp-gs

Mike McGee Justin Hemm Kyle Timmis Jared Edwards Total Opponents Receiving

Mitch Gabriele Justin Hemm Kyle Timmis D'ante Thompson Jared Edwards Derek Shell Jeremy Southworth Sidney Coleman Shuan Hladki Alex Eastwood Brad Czerniak Trey Searles Mike McGee Total Opponents

att gain loss

179 55 69 28 4 2 1 55 11 404 362

1062 291 235 63 13 8 2 113 0 1787 1494

51 55 29 10 1 0 0 145 50 341 249

effic comp-att-int

10-6 148.29 10-10 61.50 10-5 -100.00 10-9 528.40 10 141.05 10 116.61

183-288-6 12-25-1 0-2-1 1-1-0 196-316-8 152-280-13

gp-gs no.

yds

10-10 10-10 10-5 8- 1 10-9 10-8 10-0 8- 0 8- 0 8- 6 9- 0 9- 3 10-6 10 10

63 50 27 18 17 6 5 4 2 1 1 1 1 196 152

848 734 275 244 163 48 30 20 7 29 13 3 3 2417 1837

avg

net avg td

1011 236 206 53 12 8 2 -32 -50 1446 1245

5.6 4.3 3.0 1.9 3.0 4.0 2.0 -0.6 -4.5 3.6 3.4

pct

5 2 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 13 12

lg avg/g

90 60 26 10 6 4 2 13 0 90 68

yds td

101.1 23.6 20.6 8.8 1.2 0.8 0.7 -3.2 -6.2 144.6 124.5

lg avg/g

63.5 2302 19 77 230.2 48.0 64 0 13 6.4 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 100.0 51 0 51 5.1 62.0 2417 19 77 241.7 54.3 1837 14 61 183.7 td

lg avg/g

13.5 6 77 14.7 9 40 10.2 1 29 13.6 2 27 9.6 1 43 8.0 0 17 6.0 0 9 5.0 0 15 3.5 0 5 29.0 0 29 13.0 0 13 3.0 0 3 3.0 0 3 12.3 19 77 12.1 14 61

84.8 73.4 27.5 30.5 16.3 4.8 3.0 2.5 0.9 3.6 1.4 0.3 0.3 241.7 183.7

Punt Returns

no.

yds avg td

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

28 5 23 5 4 3 28 77

Interceptions

no.

yds avg td

lg

Kick Returns

no.

14 10 7 2 1 1 35 45

266 202 160 30 13 10 681 971

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

61 29 41 16 12 10 61 58

Fumble Returns

no.

yds avg td

lg

Jared Edwards Keman Jacobs Chris Cook Scott Normandin Deonte Bridgeman Jeff Makowski Total Opponents Chris Cook Jeff Makowski Bryan Garbarino Keman Jacobs Danny Taylor Scott Normandin Vinnie Ives Total Opponents Keman Jacobs Joe Makowski Jared Edwards Jesse Sexton Greg Brannan A.J. Gill Total Opponents Total Opponents

10 92 9.2 5 -8 -1.6 3 44 14.7 1 5 5.0 1 4 4.0 1 3 3.0 21 140 6.7 18 245 13.6 4 48 12.0 3 28 9.3 2 14 7.0 1 0 0.0 1 21 21.0 1 12 12.0 1 0 0.0 13 123 9.5 8 101 12.6

0 0

0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 1

yds avg td

19.0 20.2 22.9 15.0 13.0 10.0 19.5 21.6

0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0

lg

19 28 13 0 21 12 0 28 62

lg

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FG Sequence

UW-Whitewater Defiance College Augustana College Trine University Olivet College DePauw University Kalamazoo College Albion College Hope College Alma College

fg

-

0-1 0-1 -

- - 66 - - 51 - - 36 - - 36 - - 12 - - 12 - - 12 - - 12 - - 6 - - 6 - - 6 - 1 2 1 - 2 1 1 259 - 1 206

pct. 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99

7-10 70.0 0-0 Adrian College

38 (31) 35 (35) 44,(25),(47) (45) (24) (27)

3-3

2-4

2-3

Opponents

(24) 39 (26),39 (30),31 (41) (20) -

0-0

lg blk

47 0

Total Offense

g plays rush pass total avg/g

Mike McGee Jared Edwards Justin Hemm Jeremy Southworth Damon Brown Derek Shell Jesse Sexton Danny Cobb TEAM Total Opponents

10 10 10 10 6 10 10 3 8 10 10

343 -32 2302 2270 180 1011 51 1062 80 236 64 300 69 206 0 206 28 53 0 53 4 12 0 12 2 8 0 8 1 2 0 2 11 -50 0 -50 720 1446 2417 3863 642 1245 1837 3082

227.0 106.2 30.0 20.6 8.8 1.2 0.8 0.7 -6.2 386.3 308.2

Punting

no. yds avg lg tb fc i20 50+ blk

Kickoffs

no. yds avg tb ob retn net ydln

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0-2

30

30-33 30-33 21-26

PAT rush rcv pass dxp saf pts

Kevin Allaer Chris Shirar TEAM Total Opponents Logan Mitseff Dustin Salliotte Kevin Allaer Total Opponents

45 2603 3 132 1 38 49 2773 44 2496

38.2 34.6 0.0 37.0 37.7

57.8 44.0 38.0 56.6 56.7

58 42 0 58 59

1 0 0 1 7

5 0 0 5 5

7 3 0 10 9

12 2 0 14 14

7 0 0 7 8

0 1 0 1 0

1 0 0 1 21.6 36.4 33 1 19.5 38.1 31

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Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made.

45 1721 7 242 1 0 53 1963 56 2109

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Logan Mitseff

11 - 7-10 6 6 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 - - 34 7-10 28 5-8

kick

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Field Goals

fg

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Justin Hemm Logan Mitseff Jared Edwards Mitch Gabriele D'ante Thompson Damon Brown Mike McGee Jeremy Southworth Jeff Makowski Kyle Timmis Scott Normandin TEAM Chris Cook Total Opponents

td

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Scoring

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2010 STATISTICS

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2010 Adrian College Football Adrian College Overall Defensive Statistics (FINAL STATS) All games # 29 40 7 4 1 97 8 96 12 2 34 49 60 41 25 33 51 5 27 42 80 37 10 39 32 46 36 47 83 19 9C TM 58 26 28 99 14 76 85 31 44 53 55 48 11 57 94

ua

Tackles a tot

Defensive Leaders

gp-gs

Danny Taylor Jarred Kwiatkowski Chris Cook Darren Walter Keman Jacobs Austin Fritz Bryan Garbarino Aaron Gray Jeff Makowski Joe Makowski Jeff Bien Kwame Cawarrie Jared Babcock Sam Pinkerton Vinnie Ives Jake Beehler Jordan Clark Scott Normandin Jake Duffey Chris Janes Michael Curry Clint Chapman Deonte Bridgeman Ryan Stamper Eric Knoblock Jesse Sexton Ben Notario Greg Brannan Brad Czerniak Mitch Gabriele Paul Herman TEAM Kevin Wengert Jeremy Southworth Blake Hudak Logan Mitseff Jared Edwards Nick Ross D'ante Thompson Travis Rubingh A.J. Gill Spencer Whittington Demetrius Jackson Jereme Chie Shuan Hladki Hunter Juntenen Steve Mauk Total Opponents

10-10 41 38 10-10 33 35 10-10 29 32 10-10 26 31 10-9 28 21 10-10 21 26 10-5 20 15 10-5 10 18 10-9 14 14 10-6 11 14 10-0 13 10 7-4 10 12 9-7 9 9 10-2 8 8 10-0 7 7 7-0 5 5 4-1 6 4 10-2 6 4 7-0 4 5 7-1 2 7 4-0 2 4 3-1 5 1 10-0 5 1 5-1 5 1 9-0 1 3 10-0 . 4 2-0 1 3 10-0 2 1 9-0 1 2 10-10 3 . 4-2 . 3 8-0 2 . 9-2 . 2 10-0 1 1 5-0 . 2 10-2 . 2 10-9 1 . 10-10 1 . 8-1 1 . 8-0 . 1 7-0 1 . 10-10 1 . 10-10 . 1 4-0 . 1 8-0 1 . 5-0 . 1 1-1 . 1 10 337 350 10 357 460

79 68 61 57 49 47 35 28 28 25 23 22 18 16 14 10 10 10 9 9 6 6 6 6 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 687 817

tfl/yds

5.5-31 4.0-6 2.0-5 7.5-29 . 10.0-51 3.0-8 2.0-5 1.0-1 3.5-12 1.5-1 5.5-30 1.0-2 2.0-11 . . 3.0-18 . . 1.5-7 . . 2.0-12 3.5-19 . . . . . . . . 0.5-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59-249 65-277

Sacks no-yds

Pass defense Fumbles blkd int-yds brup qbh rcv-yds ff kick

2.0-20 1-21 1.0-2 . . 4-48 3.5-19 . . 1-0 6.0-39 . . 2-14 1.0-4 . . 3-28 1.0-6 . . . 2.0-21 . . . 1.5-10 . . 1-0 . . 2.0-2 . . 1-12 . . 1.0-6 . . . . . 1.0-8 . 1.0-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-142 13-123 21-143 8-101

. 2 . 1 6 . 3 . 2 4 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 18

2 2 . 1 . 9 1 1 . . 2 3 . 1 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 13

. 2-0 . . 1-0 2-0 . . 2-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-0 9-0

1 . . 1 . . 1 . . . . 1 . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 9

1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 4

saf

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1

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MIAA CONFERENCE INFORMATION

Saturday, September 17 Adrian at Augustana, Ill., 1:00 p.m. Millikin, Ill., at Hope, 1:00 p.m. Wis.-River Falls at Trine, 1:00 p.m. Alma at Rockford, Ill., 2:00 p.m. Olivet at North Central, Ill., 4:00 p.m. Rose-Hulman, Ind. at Kalamazoo, 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, October 29 Alma at Kalamazoo, 1:00 p.m. Trine at Olivet, 1:00 p.m. Albion at Adrian, 4:00 p.m. Saturday, November 5 Adrian at Hope, 1:00 p.m. Olivet at Alma, 1:00 p.m. Kalamazoo at Trine, 1:00 p.m. Albion at DePauw, Ind., 1:00 p.m. Saturday, November 12 Alma at Adrian, 1:00 p.m. Trine at Albion, 1:00 p.m. Hope at Olivet, 1:00 p.m.

Saturday, September 24 Wis.-Stevens Point at Albion, 1:00 p.m. Alma at Washington & Lee, Va., 1:00 p.m. Benedictine, Ill., at Kalamazoo, 1:00 p.m. All Times are Eastern Hope at Lakeland, Wis., 2:00 p.m. Olivet at Wheaton, Ill., 2:00 p.m. Concordia, Ill. at Adrian, 4:00 p.m. (HC) Saturday, October 1 Adrian at Trine, 1:00 p.m. (HC) Albion at Kalamazoo, 1:00 p.m. Hope at Alma, 1:00 p.m.

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Saturday, October 22 Adrian at Kalamazoo, 1:00 p.m. played at Waldo Stadium (WMU) Olivet at Albion, 1:00 p.m. Hope at Trine, 1:00 p.m.

1970 - Adrian, Alma (4-1) 1971 - Adrian, Alma (4-1) 1972 - Adrian, Alma (4-1) 1973 - Hope (5-0) 1974 - Olivet (5-0) 1975 - Hope (4-0-1) 1976 - Albion (5-0) 1977 - Albion (5-0) 1978 - Hope (5-0) 1979 - Hope (4-0-1) 1980 - Adrian (5-0) 1981 - Hope (5-0) 1982 - Hope (5-0) 1983 - Adrian (5-0) 1984 - Hope (5-0) 1985 - Albion (4-0-1) 1986 - Hope (4-0-1) 1987 - Hope (5-0) 1988 - Adrian, Alma (4-1) 1989 - Adrian, Albion (4-1) 1990 - Albion (4-0-1) 1991 - Albion (5-0) 1992 - Albion (5-0) 1993 - Albion (5-0) 1994 - Albion (5-0) 1995 - Albion (5-0) 1996 - Albion (5-0) 1997 - Adrian, Hope (4-1) 1998 - Albion (6-0) 1999 - Albion, Alma, Hope (5-1) 2000 - Hope (5-0) 2001 - Albion (5-0) 2002 - Alma (6-0) 2003 - Hope (5-1) 2004 - Alma (6-1) 2005 - Albion (6-1) 2006 - Hope (7-0) 2007 - Hope, Olivet (6-1) 2008 - Trine (6-0) 2009 - Trine (6-0) 2010 - Trine (6-0)

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Saturday, September 10 Adrian at Defiance, Ohio, 1:00 p.m. Illinois Wesleyan at Alma, 1:00 p.m. Wisconsin Lutheran at Hope, 1:30 p.m. Kalamazoo at Manchester, Ind., 1:30 p.m. Bluffton, Ohio at Trine, 1:30 p.m. Olivet at Elmhurst, Ill., 3:00 p.m. Albion at Wheaton, Ill., 8:00 p.m.

Saturday, October 15 Trine at Alma, 1:30 p.m. Albion at Hope, 2:00 p.m. (HC) Kalamazoo at Olivet, 2:00 p.m.

since 1970

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Saturday, September 3 Albion at Butler, Ind., 1:00 p.m. Cornell, Iowa at Olivet, 1:00 p.m. Alma at Heidelberg, Ohio, 1:30 p.m. Hope at Illinois Wesleyan, 2:00 p.m. Kalamazoo at Bluffton, Ohio, 2:00 p.m.

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Friday, September 2 Adrian at Husson, Maine, 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, October 8 Alma at Albion, 1:00 p.m. Trine at LaGrange, Ga., 1:00 p.m. Olivet at Adrian, 6:00 p.m. Kalamazoo at Hope, 7:00 p.m.

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Thursday, September 1 Trine at Manchester, Ind., 7:00 p.m.

W L PCT. PF PA 11 1 .917 554 187 5 5 .500 259 206 5 5 .500 245 279 3 7 .300 181 217 3 7 .300 234 356 3 7 .300 192 294 0 10 .000 115 414

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W L PCT. PF PA Trine 6 0 1.000 261 73 Adrian 4 2 .667 193 113 Albion 4 2 .667 177 164 Hope 3 3 .500 118 122 Kalamazoo 2 4 .333 145 227 Alma 2 4 .333 100 158 Olivet 0 6 .000 79 216

General Information

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2010 GAME RECAPS GAME #1

Adrian at UW-Whitewater Sep. 4 • Whitewater, Wis. Perkins Stadium • Att: 6,041

GAME #2

Defiance at Adrian Sep. 11 • Adrian, Mich. Performance Stadium • Att: 2,340

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The home opener proved to be a special day as the Bulldogs defeated Defiance, 40-14, and also honored service men and women on the anniversary of the 911 attacks. Adrian did their damage on the ground with an assault on the record books. The Bulldogs rushed for 385 yards on 47 carries and Jared Edwards toted the ball 25 times for 208 yards and a score. Justin Hemm joined his teammate with an over 100-yard day on the ground. Hemm carried just eight times for 138 yards and two scores. Jeremy Southworth also had a rushing touchdown against the Yellow Jackets in the fourth quarter. Mitch Gabriele caught a 77-yard touchdown pass from Mike McGee in the third quarter for the longest pass play of the season. He finished with two catches for 92 yards. McGee needed to throw just seven times and completed three of those throws for 99 yards. The Bulldogs led 14-2 at halftime and pushed their lead to 24-2 at the end of the third quarter. Danny Taylor led the Bulldogs with 11 tackles. Jarred Kwiatkowski recorded seven tackles with three coming for a loss.

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The Bulldogs began the season with their stiffest test of the campaign at #1 Wisconsin-Whitewater, who won the 2009 national championship in Division III. The first quarter was played to a stalemate, but the Warhawks then reeled off 35 in a row for a 35-0 win. Adam Brandes and Matt Blanchard connected twice through the air. Their first hookup came early in the second quarter and the other came midway through the third quarter. Blanchard finished 19-of-25 for 289 yards and also rushed for 46 yards and a score. The Bulldogs held a strong rushing attack to 183 yards which was much lower than their previous year’s average. Adrian also held a 34:18 to 25:42 edge in time of possession but could not gain more than 162 total yards of offense against a stout Whitewater defense. The Bulldogs were led by Justin Hemm’s 47 rushing yards on 17 carries. Mitch Gabriele caught three passes for 29 yards and Kyle Timmis also had three catches for 28 yards. Adrian was 5-of-16 on third down conversions and 0-of-2 on fourth down. Mike McGee completed 9-of-11 passes for 64 yards on the afternoon. Darren Walter led the team with nine tackles.

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2010 GAME RECAPS Trine at Adrian (Homecoming) Oct. 2 • Adrian, Mich. Performance Stadium • Att: 2,705

The battle between rivals Adrian and Trine has been one of the best in the MIAA over the past couple of years and 2010 was no different. The 14th-ranked Thunder came to Performance Stadium and escaped with a 24-16 win over the Bulldogs in a highly-anticipated homecoming game. Trine led 10-0 early in the second quarter but Adrian answered on the final play of the first half as Mitch Gabriele caught a 40-yard touchdown pass from Mike McGee to make it 10-7 at the break. Adrian was trying to play catchup as Thomas Wyman caught two critical touchdown passes in the second half from Eric Watt. Gabriele also hauled in a 22-yard scoring strike in the third quarter as the teams traded touchdowns. Logan Mitseff kicked a 35-yard field goal to make it 24-16 with 1:07 left, but Adrian could not recover the onside kick. McGee finished the game with 293 passing yards and played his best career game against Trine based on the numbers. He also set the Adrian career passing mark (4,961) in the contest. Jarred Kwiatkowski and Joe Makowski each had 14 tackles with Makowski recording 2.5 tackles for loss.

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Adrian welcomed a new face to Performance Stadium in Augustana College and the visiting Vikings left with a 21-7 win over the Bulldogs on a defensive-minded afternoon. Augie gained 292 total yards and their stout defense yielded just 175 total yards for the Bulldogs. Adrian rushed for minus-four yards on 31 carries and could not get anything started on the ground after tremendous success the week before against Defiance. Augustana rushed for 192 yards on 51 carries and just pounded the ball at Adrian. They were 6-of-12 on third down conversions and kept the Adrian defense on the field too long. Mike McGee threw for 164 yards connecting on 17-of-31 passes with a score and two interceptions. McGee found Justin Hemm for a 28-yard score at the 2:58 mark of the third quarter which cut the Vikings lead to 14-7. Robert Wood plunged ahead for a one-yard score for Augustana in the opening minute of the fourth quarter to put Adrian behind by two scores. Danny Taylor and Jarred Kwiatkowski each had 11 tackles and Austin Fritz chipped in seven stops and a sack.

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Adrian at Olivet Oct. 9 • Olivet, Mich. Cutler Ath. Complex • Att: 955

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Adrian at DePauw Oct. 16 • Greencastle, Ind. Blackstock Stadium • Att: 600

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One yard is all that separated Adrian from victory at DePauw in a non-conference matchup. The Bulldogs were looking to hand the Tigers their first loss of the season, but DePauw made a goal-line stand in the final minute to preserve a 23-19 victory. Adrian took a 7-3 lead to end the first quarter as D’ante Thompson hauled in a four-yard pass from Mike McGee capping off a 5:59 drive. Taylor Wagner’s 77yard punt return for a score knotted things up at 10-10 midway through the second quarter. Alex Koors then caught back-to-back touchdowns from Michael Engle to put the Tigers up 23-10 with 14:15 left in the game. Adrian did not roll over however and Jared Edwards caught a 43-yard strike from McGee with 9:07 left to make things 23-17. AC got a safety with 2:30 left to cut the lead to 23-19 and then drove the length of the field only to come up three feet short on the winning score. AC gained 360 yards including 265 through the air. McGee went 22-of-38 for those yards and two scores with no picks. Edwards rushed for 80 yards on 22 totes. Justin Hemm caught nine balls for 93 yards. The Bulldogs struggled in the red zone scoring on 1-of-3 opportunities.

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It was one of the more dominant performances of 2010 for the Bulldogs and it came on the road at Olivet by the score of 41-0. Both sides of the ball came out to turn the tide of a two-game skid and the Comets had no answer. Logan Mitseff kicked a pair of field goals and Jeremy Southworth scored on a two-yard run to give Adrian a 13-0 lead at halftime. The Bulldogs went even further ahead with a third quarter touchdown grab by Justin Hemm and an early fourth quarter score by Kyle Timmis from Mike McGee. Scott Normandin’s 12-yard interception return for a score sealed the victory with 5:20 remaining. Jared Edwards rushed for 138 yards on a career-high 32 carries and a touchdown. Southworth finished with 69 rushing yards on 14 carries. McGee passed for 253 yards on 17-of-28 from the pocket and set the school record for completions in the process. Hemm led the squad with six grabs for 77 yards. AC went 12-of-19 on third down and 2-of-2 on fourth down to own a plus 15:08 time of possession advantage on the day. Austin Fritz finished with six tackles including three for loss.

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2010 GAME RECAPS Adrian at Albion Oct. 30 • Albion, Mich. Sprankle-Sprandel Stadium • Att: 3,007

After putting together a couple of solid wins, the Bulldogs fell 38-21 at Albion, giving the Britons their second straight win over Adrian. The Bulldogs had won the previous seven straight in the series. The legs of Clinton Orr did in Adrian as he ran for 233 yards and a pair of touchdowns averaging 7.1 yards per carry on the day. Spencer Krauss also threw for two scores and 126 yards as the Britons did not turn the ball over all game. Albion built a 17-0 lead after the first 15 minutes and Adrian was forced to put the ball in the air to come back. Mike McGee did just that to the tune of a school record 33 completions for 367 yards. He did throw three interceptions however which led to a punishing ground game by the home team. Mitch Gabriele established a new school record with 15 receptions for 161 yards. Justin Hemm went over 100 yards receiving with seven catches for 113 yards and a score. McGee also rushed for a pair of scores in the contest as the Bulldogs gained 459 total yards in 79 plays. Adrian was just 2-of-12 on third down and turned it over a total of five times. Danny Taylor made nine tackles.

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The Bulldogs lit up the scoreboard for the second straight year against Kalamazoo with a convincing 5831 win over the Hornets. Mike McGee tied a school record with five touchdown passes. He threw three of those to Justin Hemm who caught six passes for 119 yards. Mitch Gabriele hauled in the other two and finished with 12 catches for 162 yards, both career highs. Jared Edwards had a career day carrying for 250 yards, which is five short of the single game school record. He toted the ball 27 times and also had the longest play from scrimmage of the season with a 90-yard score midway through the third quarter. The Bulldogs rolled up 580 yards of total offense with 312 through the air and 268 on the ground. Kalamazoo held its own with a 24-20 lead with 2:54 left in the first half. Adrian then flexed its muscle by scoring the next 28 points with Edwards’ run capping off the onslaught. Jeff Makowski ended the scoring with a 28-yard interception return for a score with 3:49 left in the contest. The Bulldog defense tied the school record by intercepting Nick Jones six times. Both teams combined to go 9-of-9 in the red zone.

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Kalamazoo at Adrian Oct. 23 • Adrian, Mich. Performance Stadium • Att: 1,800

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Hope at Adrian Nov. 6 • Adrian, Mich. Performance Stadium • Att: 1,800

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Adrian at Alma Nov. 13 • Alma, Mich. Bahlke Field • Att: 1,400

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The Bulldogs ended the season in style with a tough road win, 24-13, at Alma College to complete the year with a 5-5, 4-2 record. Adrian led 14-7 going into the halftime locker room. Justin Hemm caught a pair of first half touchdowns from Mike McGee. Hemm’s first came with 2:59 left in the opening quarter from 30 yards out to cap off a 13-play drive which lasted 5:12. His second was from 40 yards with 1:43 left in the half to cap off an 80-yard drive in 2:51. Alma cut the lead in half, 14-7, on a 56-yard touchdown catch by Austin Montgomery with 44 seconds left until intermission. Logan Mitseff kicked a 27-yard field goal and Damon Brown followed with a one-yard touchdown run to finish the scoring in the third quarter. Adrian outgained Alma, 373-254, as both teams combined to rush for 82 yards on 70 carries. Mike McGee carried Adrian on his right arm going 28-of-40 for 327 yards and two scores with one pick. McGee set the single season mark for passing yards and touchdowns against the Scots. Mitch Gabriele also set a single season record for receptions finishing the game with nine grabs for 71 yards. Justin Hemm caught 10 balls for 147 yards.

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The Bulldogs defeated the Flying Dutchmen for the third straight season with a 33-7 win on the first Saturday in November. It was a well-balanced attack for the Bulldogs who gained an even 500 yards of total offense and limited Hope to 191 yards in one of the best defensive efforts of the season. Mike McGee tossed three touchdown passes and in the process set the career school record with 47. McGee did not have his most efficient game going 12of-23 but did throw for 160 yards with no interceptions. Mitch Gabriele caught six passes for 115 yards and a score. Justin Hemm and D’ante Thompson also caught a touchdown pass. Thompson’s 27-yarder opened the scoring with 4:22 left in the first quarter. Hemm and Gabriele’s scoring grabs both happened in the third quarter to pull away from Hope at 27-7. Jared Edwards romped for a 79-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. He finished with his third 200-yard day of the year with 248 yards on 33 carries and two scores. Hope was limited to 2-of-15 on third down and 1-of-4 on fourth down. Darren Walter collected seven tackles for the Bulldogs with a sack.

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