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Tarleton State Football LSC Champions 2001, 2009

LSC Division Champions 2001, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2009

114 All-LSC Selections Since 2005

70 All-Americans Three Academic All-Americans


Contents

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Quick Facts LSC Preseason Info 2013 Rosters/Pronunciation Guide 2013 Depth Chart

8 9 10 11 12

Texan Offense Texan Defense Texan Special Teams Team Information 2013 Opponent Information

The Coaches

The Players 32 48

Returning Player Profiles Incoming Player Profiles

2012 Team Statistics 2012 Individual Statistics 2012 Scoring Statistics 2012 Defensive Statistics 2012 Game-by-Game Statistics 2012 Season Superlatives Tarleton Scoring Opponent Scoring Participation The Last Time/Record When 2012 Game-by-Game Reviews LSC Wrap-Up NCAA Wrap-Up

Printing: Printed by Cockrell Enovation, Fort Worth, Texas.

138 Excitement 140 Tarleton Athletic Performance 142 Individual Development 144 Home Field Advantage 146 Winning Percentage 148 Playing Up a Level 149 Cowboys Stadium in Arlington 150 Texans in the Pros 152 Texan Football Facilities 154 Media Coverage 156 In the Spotlight

The University 158 159 160 162 163 164 165 166 168 169 170

President Dr. F. Dominic Dottavio University Administration Tarleton State University On Campus Athletic Facilities Texan Weight Room Athletics Directore Lonn Reisman Athletics Administration Head Coaches Assistant Coaches and Staff Covering the Texans

TarletonSports.com

Credentials Credentials for Tarleton State home games are issued to working media only. Due to limitations and work space in the press box, game day credentials must be requested one week prior to the date of the game. Game Notes Media and fans can access the current media guide, updated statistics and game notes all at www.TarletonSports.com. Each category is updated throughout the season. Images Members of the media can obtain photos on all Tarleton State coaches and athletes as well as official Tarleton State logos by contacting Dameon Myres (dmyres@tarleton.edu) or Nathan Bural (bural@tarleton.edu).

Photography

Photos provided by Tarleton State University news and publications offices, Nathan Bural, Dameon Myres, Jeremy, Enlow, Bud Jones, Russell Huffman and TSU athletics communication archives.

On the Covers

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The University

The 2013 Tarleton State University Football Media Guide was designed, written and edited by director of athletic communications Dameon Myres. Additional research provided by assistant director of athletic communications Nathan Bural, and student assistants Jeff Smith and Tom Frazier.

This is Texan Football

Athletics Department: 254.968.9178 • 254.968.9674 (FAX) Tarleton Football Office: 254.968.9518 Tarleton Athletic Communications: 254.968.1803

Texan Football

Credits

The Lone Star Conference LSC Championship History LSC Individual Records LSC Team Records All-Time LSC Final Standings All-Time LSC Award Winners LSC Hall of Honor

Phone Directory

The LSC

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122 123 124 126 128 131 135

Location: Stephenville, Texas Founded: 1899 Enrollment: 10,279 Nickname: Texans Colors: Purple & White Print Specs: Purple - PMS 268 Stadium: Tarleton Memorial Capacity: 7,500 Surface: Field Turf Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Lone Star

History/Records

2012 Review

The Lone Star Conference

University

2012 Review

Head Coach Cary Fowler Henry Cofer Justin Carrigan Chris Mineo Jacob Martin Jonathan Beasley Josh Martin Mike Hernandez Student Coaches Football Operations

Team History Texan Award Winners Tarleton Athletics Hall of Fame Lettermen Individual Records Single-Game Highs Team Records Yearly Statistical Leaders All-Time Scores All-Time Series Results Texan Playoff History Texan Playoff Records

The Players

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78 80 82 84 88 92 95 99 102 110 115 120

The Coaches

2013 Season Preview

History and Records

2013 Preview

Contents

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Quick Facts

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2013 Texan Football Schedule Date

Opponent Site Series Record

Sept. 14 vs. Midwestern State* ! Arlington Sept. 21 at Angelo State* San Angelo Sept. 28 vs Abilene Christian* ^ Frisco Oct. 5 at Eastern New Mexico* Portales, N.M. Oct. 12 West Texas A&M* (FW) Stephenville Oct. 19 at Delta State Cleveland, Miss. Oct. 26 A&M-Commerce* (HC) Stephenville Nov. 2 at Texas A&M-Kingsville* Kingsville Nov. 9 Southwestern Okla. Stephenville Nov. 16 North Alabama Stephenville

TSU leads 16-7 TSU leads 15-14 ACU leads 14-8 ENMU leads 13-8 WT leads 13-9 DSU leads 1-0 TSU leads 12-10 TAMUK leads 20-6 TSU leads 14-10 TSU leads 1-0

2012 Texan Football Results Overall Record: 6-4 • LSC Record: 5-3 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

Opponent

Midwestern State* vs. Abilene Christian* ! Eastern New Mexico* at West Texas A&M* Delta State at A&M-Commerce* Texas A&M-Kingsville* at Incarnate Word* at North Alabama Angelo State*

W-L/Score

W, 20-17 L, 31-34 W, 35-23 L, 21-41 L, 35-38 W, 43-10 L, 23-35 W, 45-20 W, 38-28 W, 54-37

Attendance

6,027 19,134 6,437 7,825 2,218 2,105 6,216 2,069 9,067 6,348

Position

Head Coach Defensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Defensive Line Defensive Backs Wide Receivers Offensive Line Running Backs Wide Receivers Tight Ends Offensive Line Sideline Coordinator

Alma Mater

Rod Cole Assistant AD for Athletic Performance Adam Biehl Assistant Head Trainer Tanner Maher Graduate Assistant David Padilla Graduate Assistant Cole Martin Undergraduate Intern

Athletic Training Staff Dr. Steve Simpson Assistant AD for Sports Medicine Jacob Fain Head Athletic Trainer, Memorial Stadium Annie Nalepa Assistant Athletic Trainer, Memorial Stadium

2013 Texan Football Media Guide

Dr. F. Dominic Dottavio Dr. Steve Crews

Athletics Department

Years

Murray State, ‘94 Sam Houston St., ‘97 Angelo State, ‘03 Texas-El Paso, ‘06 Midwestern St., ‘09 Kansas St., ‘01 Tarleton St., ‘11 Tarleton St., ‘10 N/A N/A N/A Tarleton St., ‘84

Athletic Performance Staff

First Season (as Senior College) 1961 All-Time Record* 255-279-3 (.477) All-Time LSC Record 93-133 (.412) Overall Record 446-453-33 (.496) Years in Playoffs 7 (78, 87, 89, 01, 03, 09) All-Time Playoff Record 3-4 NAIA; 2-3 NCAA Division II Last Playoff Appearance 2009 1st Rnd: W @ TAMUK, 57-56 (2-OT) 2nd Rnd: L @ Central Washington, 6-27

President Faculty Representative

Texan Football Coaching Staff Name

Cary Fowler 15-17 (3 Years) 15-17 (3 Years) 6-4 5-3 (T-3rd) 47/28 20 (9/9/2) 8 (4/4/0) Air Raid 4-2-5

University Administration

! - LSC Football Festival at Cowboys Stadium

Cary Fowler Henry Cofer Justin Carrigan Chris Mineo Jacob Martin Jonathan Beasley Josh Martin Mike Hernandez Trenton Kirklin Jason Crawford A.J. Gutierrez Rusty Jergins

Head Coach Career Record Tarleton Record 2012 Record LSC Record Letterwinners Returning/Lost Starters Returning (O/D/ST) Starters Lost (O/D/ST) Offensive Formation Defensive Formation

Program History

! - LSC Football Festival at Cowboys Stadium ^ - at FC Dallas Stadium (FW) - Family Weekend (HC) - Homecoming

Date

Football Facts

4th 8th 4th 6th 4th 2nd 2nd 3rd 2nd 1st 1st 19th

Athletics Director Associate AD/Senior Women’s Advisor Assistant AD/Game Day Operations Assistant AD/Development Assistant AD/Sports Medicine Assistant AD/Athletic Performance Compliance Officer Assistant to the AD Athletics Secretary

Lonn Reisman Susan Burton Troy Jones Casey Hogan Dr. Steve Simpson Rod Cole Cheri Spellmeier Terri Hardcastle Cathey Doyle

Athletic Communications Director (Football Contact) Assistant Director Student Coordinator Student Intern

Dameon Myres Nathan Bural Tom Frazier Jeff Smith

Radio Director of Broadcasting/Play-by-Play Color Commentary Sideline Reporter

Casey Hogan Mike Young Joanna Hensley

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Preseason Information

Offense Dustin Vaughan, West Texas A&M (QB, Sr.) Defense Ethan Westbrook, West Texas A&M (DE, Sr.)

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The University

LSC Preseason Players of the Year

Others receiving votes: Harding, 106; Winona State (Minn.), 77; Albany, 51; North Alabama, 39; Michigan Tech, 38; Central Washington, 34; Central Missouri, 31; St. Cloud St., 30; Delta State, 26; American International, 21; Charleston (W.Va.), 21; Ferris State, 21; Emporia State, 20; West Chester, 20; Hillsdale, 14; Miles, 14; Colorado Mines, 11; Elizabeth City State, 11; Mercyhurst, 11; Washburn, 8; Ohio Dominican, 6; Fort Valley State, 4; Tarleton State, 3; California (Pa.), 2; Missouri S&T, 2; New Mexico Highlands, 2; North Carolina-Pembroke, 2; Southern Arkansas, 2; Texas A&M-Kingsville, 2; Wayne State (Mich.), 1.

Texan Football

Total 141 124 99 82 69 39 34

The LSC

1st 16 3 1 1

History/Records

Team West Texas A&M Midwestern State Tarleton State Texas A&M-Kingsville Angelo State Eastern New Mexico Texas A&M-Commerce

Dropped out: No. 19 Harding, No. 22 Emporia State, No. 24 Missouri S&T

2012 Review

Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

2012 2012 Rank School (1st-Place votes) Record Points Rank 1. Valdosta State (26) 12-2 766 1 2. Minnesota State-Mankato (3) 13-1 726 3 3. West Texas A&M (1) 12-3 707 4 4. Northwest Missouri State (1) 10-3 616 10 5. Winston-Salem State 14-1 599 2 6. Missouri Western State 12-2 586 5 7. Shippensburg 11-2 559 14 8. Colorado State-Pueblo 12-1 522 6 9. Ashland 11-1 506 9 10. Indiana (Pa.) (1) 12-2 416 7 11. Minnesota-Duluth 10-2 410 12 12. New Haven 10-1 407 8 13. Henderson State 10-1 371 11 14. Grand Valley State 8-3 361 NR 15. Midwestern State 9-2 319 16 16. West Alabama 9-4 297 21 17. Carson-Newman 9-3 290 13 18. Bloomsburg 10-2 227 17 19. Indianapolis 10-3 212 15 20. Chadron State 9-3 195 18 21. Pittsburg State 7-3 165 NR 22. Saginaw Valley State 8-3 141 NR 23. Lenoir-Rhyne 9-3 140 20 24. Tuskegee 10-2 124 23 25. Shepherd 8-3 108 25

The Players

2013 LSC Preseason Poll

2013 AFCA Preseason Poll

The Coaches

The Lone Star Conference held its annual LSC Football Media Day at the Embassy Suites in Fort Worth on Tuesday and announced the preseason poll and players of the year for the upcoming 2013 football season. Tarleton State was picked to finish third in the conference after receiving one first-place vote for a total of 99 points. West Texas A&M is the top choice to repeat as LSC football champion according poll that reflects the opinions of LSC head coaches and sports information directors, plus various media representatives from throughout the region. “I am very excited about the team that we have and the team that we are going to put on the field this year,” Fowler said after addressing the media. “We have 27 players that have started at least three games over the past couple of years and over 40 lettermen, so I think that we have a team that can make a run in the conference for sure.” WTAMU, which earned a share of the 2012 LSC title with a 7-1 mark, earned first-place votes on 16 of the 21 ballots to finish with 141 total points. Midwestern State, the 2012 co-LSC champion, was second in the poll with 124 points and three firstplace nods, and the Texans came in right behind the Mustangs in third. Texas A&M-Kingsville was fourth with 82 points and the remaining first-place vote, followed by Angelo State in fifth (69), Eastern New Mexico sixth (39) and A&M-Commerce seventh (34). WTAMU quarterback Dustin Vaughan was named LSC Preseason Offensive Player of the Year, while teammate Ethan Westbrooks was tabbed the Preseason Defensive Player of the Year. All of the head coaches spoke about the upcoming season and LSC Commissioner Stan Wagnon discussed the upcoming changes to football in the conference, including the new rules that will be incorporated into this coming season, especially the highly talked about “targeting rule”. Media members from all seven LSC football institutions were on hand to meet with coaches, players, and other conference personnel to discuss the upcoming season. Tarleton senior defensive back Dashaun Phillips (Duncanville) and junior wide receiver Clifton Rhodes III (Fort Worth) met with the media and talked about the growth of Tarleton football in 2013.

2013 Preview

Texans Picked to Finish Third in LSC

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2013 Roster

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# Name 2 Jerome Regal 3 Bubba Tandy Pos. 4 Dashaun Phillips DB 5 Jeken Frye DB 6 Collin Strahan DE 7 Aaron Doyle DT 8 Marquis Wadley OL 9 Charles Moore LB 10 Brandon Moore RB 11 Zed Woerner DS 12 Clifton Rhodes III Blake Barnes K/P 13 14 Julius Hurndon RB 15 Jake Fenske DB 16 Robert Adkinson DT 17 Dominique Martin OL 18 Alex Sanchez DE 19 Kason Fornes DB 20 Chance Wallace DE 21 Daniel Adams DT 22 Zach Henshaw DB 23 Jeremy Louis WR 24 Cody Burtscher DB 25 Chase Varnado RB 26 Desmond Jackson OL 27 Glenn Roberts DB 28 Ty Branch TE 29 Keenan Blair LB 30 Isaac Arellano DB 31 Dan Jackson QB 32 Savion Washington 33 Marc Martinez OL 35 Jake Blount DT 36 Devin Figures OL 37 Jeff Azubuike OL 38 Darren Wicker OL 39 Will Clark QB 40 Trent Gow WR 42 Andre Allen DT 43 Jade Grant QB 44 Brian Ngwa LB 45 Alex Anderson DB 46 Damien Ward LB 47 Juan Gonzalez WR 48 Torean Sheppard WR 49 Anthony Lee TE 50 Ronnie Faimoa DT/TE 51 Jarrett Bopp DT 52 Kade Cole DS 53 Nick Perez 57 Anthony Landry DE 59 Jarett Alvarado DB 60 Latham Johnson OL 62 Spencer Harvey RB Robert Hinton LB/RB 64 65 Spencer Deal OL 67 Eddie Day LB 70 Dalyn Bearden 71 Kody Travis 72 Lucas Love 74 Aaron Arbuckle 75 John O’Brien 77 Chris Burnett

Alphabetical Roster No. Name

21 16 42 59 78 45 -- 74 30 37 13 99 70 96 29 35 51 28 -- -- 24 77 39 -- 52 87 -- 79 93 67 -- 65 7 82 50 15 -- 36 -- 19 5 -- -- 47 40 43 -- 62 22 -- 64 14

Daniel Adams Robert Adkinson Andre Allen Jarett Alvarado Armando Alvarez Alex Anderson Jabari Anderson Aaron Arbuckle Isaac Arellano Jeff Azubuike Blake Barnes Keivaughn Barrett Dalyn Bearden Patrick Bettiol Keenan Blair Jake Blount Jarrett Bopp Ty Branch Jermiah Brown Preston Brown Cody Burtscher Chris Burnett Will Clark Cooper Cole Kade Cole Brayden Coverdale Alex Craig Stuart Cram Jeremy Davis Eddie Day Kevin Day Spencer Deal Aaron Doyle Nnamdi Egbuonu Ronnie Faimoa Jake Fenske Cayden Ferrill Devin Figures Sadarius Figures Kason Fornes Jeken Frye Alex Gallegos Ernest Gonzales Juan Gonzalez Trent Gow Jade Grant Elliott Hart Spencer Harvey Zach Henshaw Dakota Hesskew Robert Hinton Julius Hurndon

2013 Texan Football Media Guide

Pos. RB WR DB WR QB QB LB DB DB QB WR K/P ROV QB DB WR WR WR DB DB RB DB RB DE DB RB DB DB K/P ROV LB LB DE DB RB FB RB DS DE DE DE LB DE DT LB LB DT DT LB OL DS DT OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL DS OL OL

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

Wt. 195 190 180 185 180 215 215 190 185 200 195 170 210 220 175 165 180 175 190 180 200 180 185 235 200 180 180 175 185 200 205 220 225 185 185 250 185 235 235 215 230 235 225 285 205 215 300 275 215 290 220 245 290 255 285 275 305 295 270 280 235 290 280

Yr-Exp So-1L Fr-TR Sr-3L Sr-2L So-1L Sr-3L Sr-2L Jr-2L So-1L Fr-RS Jr-2L So-1L Sr-3L Sr-3L Fr-RS Fr.-RS Fr-HS Fr-RS So-1L Fr-RS So-1L So-1L Fr-HS Fr-HS Sr-2L Fr-HS Fr-HS Fr-HS Jr-1L Sr-1L So-1L Jr-2L Fr-RS Jr-2L So-TR So-1L Jr-TR Fr-HS Jr-2L So-1L Jr-2L Jr-2L Fr-RS Jr-2L Fr-HS So-1L Sr-1L Fr-HS So-1L So-1L So-TR So-1L So-TR So-1L So-1L Fr-RS Fr-HS Fr-HS So-1L Jr-2L Jr-2L Jr-TR Sr-3L

Hometown (High School / Previous School) Dallas, Texas (Namaan Forest HS) Hopkinsville, Ky. (Christian County HS) Duncanville, Texas (Duncanville HS) El Paso, Texas (Irvin HS / Texas-El Paso) Mesquite, Texas (Horn HS) Evant, Texas (Evant HS) Dallas, Texas (Mesquite HS / Central Arkansas) Carrollton, Texas (R.L. Turner HS) Carrollton, Texas (R.L. Turner HS) Marble Falls, Texas (Marble Falls HS) Fort Worth, Texas (Southwest HS) Stephenville, Texas (Stephenville HS) Daingerfield, Texas (Daingerfield HS) Round Rock, Texas (McNeil HS) Corsicana, Texas (Corsicana HS) Lancaster, Texas (Lancaster HS) Stephenville, Texas (Stephenville HS) Kerrville, Texas (Kerrville Tivy HS) Canton, Texas (Canton HS) Houston, Texas (Waltrip HS) Canyon Lake, Texas (Canyon Lake HS) Euless, Texas (Trinity HS) Glen Rose, Texas (Glen Rose HS) Stephenville, Texas (Stephenville HS) Arlington, Texas (Seguin HS / Oklahoma) Winnie, Texas (East Chambers HS) San Antonio, Texas (Reagan HS) Duncanville, Texas (Duncanville HS) Euless, Texas (Trinity HS / Tyler CC) Mansfield, Texas (Mansfield HS / Trinity Valley CC) Garland, Texas (North Garland HS) Waco, Texas (Midway HS) Flower Mound, Texas (Marcus HS) Jefferson, Texas (Jefferson HS) Arlington, Texas (Seguin HS / Lon Morris JC) Garland, Texas (Namaan Forest HS) Denton, Texas (Guyer HS / Cisco JC) Mansfield, Texas (Mansfield HS) Killeen, Texas (Ellison HS) Richardson, Texas (Berkner HS) Mansfield, Texas (Timberview HS) Wills Point, Texas (Wills Point HS) Dallas, Texas (Skyline HS) Arlington, Texas (Seguin HS) Longview, Texas (Longview HS) Cedar Hill, Texas (Trinity Christian HS) Pago Pago, American Samoa (Samoana HS / West Hills CC) Magnolia, Texas (Magnolia HS) Stephenville, Texas (Mineral Wells Comm. Christian Stephenville, Texas (Stephenville HS) Ganado, Texas (Ganado HS / Blinn JC) Rowlett, Texas (Rowlett HS) Aledo, Texas (Aledo HS / Lindenwood) McKinney, Texas (McKinney HS) Rockwall, Texas (Rockwall HS) Ponder, Texas (Ponder HS) Dallas, Texas (Hillcrest HS) Lubbock, Texas (Wolfforth Frenship HS) Stephenville, Texas (Stephenville HS) Van Alstyne, Texas (Van Alstyne HS) Canadian, Texas (Canadian HS) Fontana, Calif. (Fontana HS / Riverside CC) North Richland Hills, Texas (Birdville HS)


2013 Roster

Wt. Yr-Exp 180 Fr-HS 175 Fr-HS 175 Fr-HS 210 Fr-HS 215 Fr-HS 330 Fr-RS 210 Fr-HS 210 Fr-HS 205 Fr-HS 270 Fr-HS 170 Fr-HS 200 Fr-HS 220 Jr-TR 175 Fr-HS 190 Fr-HS 185 Fr-HS 155 Fr-HS 170 Fr-HS 175 Fr-HS 195 Fr-HS 190 Fr-HS 170 Fr-HS

Hometown (High School / Previous School) Wylie, Texas (Wylie East HS) Dallas, Texas (Carter HS) Stephenville, Texas (Stephenville HS) Fairfield, Texas (Fairfield HS) Dallas, Texas (Dallas Christian HS) Dallas, Texas (Woodrow Wilson HS) Hallsville, Texas (Hallsville HS) Jefferson, Texas (Jefferson HS) Dallas, Texas (Grady Spruce HS) New Braunfels, Texas (Canyon HS) Tyler, Texas (John Tyler HS) Canton, Texas (Canton, HS) Florence, Texas (Florence HS) Grand Prairie, Texas (Grand Prairie HS) Longview, Texas (Longview HS) Stephenville, Texas (Stephenville HS Wichita Falls, Texas (Wichita Falls HS) Comanche, Texas (Comanche HS) Stephenville, Texas (Stephenville HS) Fort Worth, Texas (North Crowley HS) Canton, Texas (Canton HS) Grand Prairie, Texas (Grand Prairie HS)

Pronunciation Guide

Duh-shawn juh-Kin mar-Keese Wahd-lee fen-Ski burt-Chur varn-uh-Doh Air-ee-ahno Say-vee-on Blunt ah-Zuh-boo-key Gwa Tore-ee-uhn Fuh-moe-uh Bop Lay-thum Dow-len

74 78 79 80 82 85 86 96 97 98 99 -- --

Aaron Arbuckle Armando Alvarez Stuart Cram Le’Nard Meyers Nnamdi Egbuonu Andre Plata Jonathan VanLiew Patrick Bettiol Cole Vitolo Jared Thames Keivaughn Barrett Ben Katzenmeyer Sadarius Figures

Are-buck-uhl Are-mon-doh Al-vuh-res Sounds like “scram” Lin-urd Nom-dee eb-uh-Wah-new ahn-Dray Plah-tuh Van-loo Bet-ee-ohl vee-Toh-low Sounds like “flames” Key-vawn Bare-it cat-Zin-mye-er suh-Dare-ee-us

Pos.

LB DB DE DE OL LB DB DS DE LB DB OL ROV WR LB WR TE WR DB DB DE OL OL DT DB DB WR DE RB WR RB WR WR LB WR QB LB WR DT LB WR DE DT LB DB DE LB WR WR FB QB WR

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The University

Dashaun Phillips Jeken Frye Marquis Wadley Jake Fenske Cody Burtscher Chae Varnado Isaac Arellano Savion Washington Jake Blount Jeff Azubuike Brian Ngwa Torean Sheppard Ronnie Faimoa Jarrett Bopp Latham Johnson Dalyn Bearden

Dan Jackson Desmond Jackson Brandon Johnson Colby Johnson Latham Johnson Ben Katzenmeyer Ivan King Anthony Landry Demarkus Lathan Anthony Lee Jeremy Louis Lucas Love Sam Macklin Dominique Martin Marc Martinez Kedric “Bubba” Mathis Will McLane Le’Nard Meyers Brandon Moore Charles Moore Brian Ngwa John O’Brien Nick Perez Ethan Perkins Tyler Pettit Dashaun Phillips Andre Plata Justin Rayside Jerome Regal Clifton Rhodes III Glenn Roberts Jaylon Roberts Alex Sanchez Torean Sheppard EJ Speed Collin Strahan Reece Sumner Bubba Tandy Jared Thames Kody Travis Jonathan VanLiew Chase Varnado Cole Vitolo Marquis Wadley Chance Wallace Damien Ward Savion Washington Auston Watts Tate Whitten Darren Wicker Zed Woerner Tyler Wright

Texan Football

4 5 8 15 24 25 30 32 35 37 44 48 50 51 60 70

No. Name

31 26 94 92 60 -- -- 57 -- 49 23 72 -- 17 33 -- 84 80 10 9 44 75 53 90 -- 4 85 95 2 12 27 -- 18 48 -- 6 -- 3 98 71 86 25 97 8 20 46 32 -- 88 38 11 89

The LSC

SQUAD MEMBERS # Name Pos. Ht. -- Jabari Anderson RB 5-8 -- Jermiah Brown WR 5-10 -- Preston Brown DB 5-10 -- Cooper Cole TE 6-0 -- Alex Craig QB 6-5 -- Kevin Day OL 6-5 -- Cayden Ferrill LB 5-10 -- Sadarius Figures LB 6-1 -- Alex Gallegos TE 6-3 -- Ernest Gonzales DT/TE 6-3 -- Elliott Hart DB 5-11 -- Dakota Hesskew LB/RB 6-1 -- Ben Katzenmeyer LB 5-10 -- Ivan King DB 5-10 -- Demarkus Lathan LB 5-9 -- Sam Macklin ROV 6-1 -- Kedric “Bubba” Mathis WR 5-7 -- Jaylon Roberts WR 5-10 -- Tyler Pettit DB 5-10 -- EJ Speed WR 6-5 -- Reece Sumner LB 6-0 -- Auston Watts WR 5-9

Alphabetical Roster

History/Records

Hometown (High School / Previous School) Houston, Texas (North Shore HS / Blinn JC) San Antonio, Texas (Clark HS) Gatesville, Texas (Gatesville HS) Houston, Texas (Cypress Ridge HS / Coffeyville CC) San Antonio, Texas (Smithson Valley HS) Dallas, Texas (Woodrow Wilson HS) Lampasas, Texas (Lampasas HS) Stephenville, Texas (Stephenville HS) Frisco, Texas (Heritage HS) Granbury, Texas (Granbury HS) Nacadoches, Texas (Nacadoches HS / Kilgore JC) Texas City, Texas (Texas City HS) Fort Worth, Texas (Dunbar HS / Long Beach Coll.) Evans, Ga. (Westside HS / El Camino College) Corona, Calif. (Roosevelt HS / Riverside CC) College Station, Texas (A&M Consolidated HS) Wichita Falls, Texas (Rider HS) Glen Rose, Texas (Glen Rose HS) Oak Grove, Calif. (Sacramento HS / Sacramento CC)

2012 Review

Wt. Yr-Exp 315 Sr-1L 285 Fr-HS 185 So-1L 205 So-TR 260 Sr-3L 180 So-1L 175 Sr-2L 210 Fr-RS 160 Fr-RS 220 So-1L 300 Jr-TR 270 Fr-HS 280 Jr-TR 280 Jr-TR 250 Jr-TR 250 So-1L 265 Sr-3L 260 Fr-HS 285 Jr-TR

The Players

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

The Coaches

Pos. OL OL WR WR TE WR WR TE WR WR DT DE DT DE DE DE DT DT DT

2013 Preview

# Name 78 Armando Alvarez 79 Stuart Cram 80 Le’Nard Meyers 82 Nnamdi Egbuonu 84 Will McLane 85 Andre Plata 86 Jonathan VanLiew 87 Brayden Coverdale 88 Tate Whitten 89 Tyler Wright 90 Ethan Perkins 92 Colby Johnson 93 Jeremy Davis 94 Brandon Johnson 95 Justin Rayside 96 Patrick Bettiol 97 Cole Vitolo 98 Jared Thames 99 Keivaughn Barrett

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Offense

Defense

Quarterback 7 Aaron Doyle 6-2 218 Sr-3L Evant 15 Jake Fenske 6-4 220 Sr-3L Round Rock Running Back 2 Jerome Regal 5-10 195 So-1L Dallas 22 Zach Henshaw 5-10 200 So-1L Canyon Lake Fullback 38 Darren Wicker 6-1 250 So-1L Garland Wide Receiver (X) 16 Jeken Frye 5-10 175 Sr-2L El Paso 17 Dominique Martin 5-10 165 Fr-RS Lancaster Wide Receiver (H) 3 Bubba Tandy 6-1 190 Fr-TR Hopkinsville, Ky. 85 Andre Plata 5-10 180 So-1L Dallas Wide Receiver (Y) 12 Clifton Rhodes III 6-1 195 Jr-2L Fort Worth 18 Alez Sanchez 5-10 180 Fr-HS Stephenville Wide Receiver (Z) 80 Le’Nard Meyers 6-0 185 So-1L Gatesville 19 Kason Fornes 5-11 175 Fr-RS Kerrville Tight End OR 84 Will McLane 6-4 260 Sr-3L San Antonio 87 Brayden Coverdale 6-2 210 Fr-HS Stephenville Left Tackle 72 Lucas Love 6-4 280 Jr-2L Van Alstyne 71 Kody Travis 6-4 270 So-1L Gatesville Left Guard 53 Nick Perez 6-4 290 So-1L Stephenville 64 Robert Hinton 6-4 280 So.-1L Rockwall Center 77 Chris Burnett 6-0 280 Sr.-3L N. Richland Hills 60 Latham Johnson 6-2 290 So-TR Aledo Right Guard 78 Armando Alvarez 6-3 315 Sr-1L Houston 65 Spencer Deal 6-2 275 Fr-RS Ponder Right Tackle 75 John O’Brien 6-7 290 Jr-TR Fontana, Calif. 62 Spencer Harvey 6-5 255 So-1L McKinney

Defensive End 95 Justin Rayside 6-3 35 Jake Blount 6-4 Defensive Tackle 47 Juan Gonzalez 6-3 99 Keivaughn Barrett 6-3 Defensive Tackle 50 Ronnie Faimoa 6-3 90 Ethan Perkins 5-10 Defensive End 56 Patrick Bettiol 6-3 46 Damien Ward 6-3 Linebacker 8 Marquis Wadley 5-9 32 Savion Washington 5-11 Linebacker (MIKE) 33 Marc Martinez 6-0 45 Alex Anderson 6-2 Rover 14 Julius Hurndon 5-10 31 Dan Jackson 6-0 Cornerback (Field) 36 Devin Figures 5-10 23 Jeremy Louis 5-9 FREE Safety 26 Desmond Jackson 6-0 10 Brandon Moore 5-10 WHIP 9 Charles Moore 5-10 20 Chance Wallace 6-0 Cornerback (Boundary) 4 Dashaun Phillips 5-11 16 Robert Adkinson 5-9

250 Jr-TR 225 Fr-RS

Corona, Calif. Flower Mound

285 285

Jr-2L Jr-TR

Arlington Oak Grove, Calif.

300 300

Sr-1L Pago Pago, Am. Samoa Jr-TR Nacadoches

250 So-1L 225 Fr-RS

College Station Dallas

215 Sr-2L 205 So-1L

Mesquite Garland

220 235

Jr-2L Jr-2L

Waco Wills Point

210 200

Sr-3L Sr-1L

Daingerfield Mansfield

185 Jr-2L 180 So-1L

Jefferson Euless

210 Sr-2L 185 So-1L

Arlington Carrollton

190 Jr-2L 190 So-1L

Carrollton Canton

180 Sr-3L 175 Fr-RS

Duncanville Corsicana

5-10 170 So-1L 5-11 185 Jr-1L

Stephenville Euless

Special Teams FG/PAT 13 Blake Barnes 30 Isaac Arellano Holder 20 Chance Wallace 11 Zed Woerner Punter 30 Isaac Arellano 13 Blake Barnes Deep Snapper 56 Patrick Bettiol 40 Trent Gow

5-10 170 So-1L 5-11 185 Jr-1L 6-0 6-2

190 So-1L 200 Fr-RS

5-11 185 Jr-1L 5-10 170 So-1L 6-3 6-3

250 So-1L 235 Fr-HS

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190 Fr-TR 175 Fr-RS

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The Texan Offense Tarleton returns 10 players that started for the Texans last season - including both quarterbacks and three running backs from last years squad that won its final three games of the season. The Texans averaged 176.1 yards per game on the ground and 286.4 yards per game through the air in 2012, ranking second in the Lone Star Conference in passing and third in rushing. Tarleton’s passing attack ranked 26th in the nation last season, while its total offense of 462.5 yards per game ranked 20th nationally. Tarleton’s 4,625 yards of total offense ranks fifth all-time in school history and were the most total yards gained since 2009 (5,021). The Tarleton offense averaged 34.5 points per game (third in the LSC) last season, but managed to post scores of 40 points or more in three of its final five games - including a 54-point effort against Angelo State in the regular-season finale. The Texans will look to improve its third-down percentage in2013 after converting 41 percent (61-147) of its third-down efforts last season, which ranked second in the LSC. The Texans also ranked third in the LSC in fourth-down percentage (63 percent), converting 12 of 19 fourth downs. Tarleton averaged 25.8 first downs per game last season and ranked second in the league with 258 total first downs on the season.

QUARTERBACKS The Texans have the luxury of returning a pair of quarterbacks on the roster with game experience heading into the 2013 season. Aaron Doyle (6-2, 215, Sr.) returns to the squad after throwing for a team-leading 1,579 yards in eight games for the Texans last year. Doyle completed 153 of his 244 passes for 10 touchdowns with nine interceptions on the year. Doyle was the primary starter for the Texans before an injury against Texas A&MKingsville sidelined him. He did however see action in the final game against Angleo State. Jake Fenske (6-4, 220, Sr.) was forced into the starting role following the injury to Doyle last season, and all he did was throw five touchdowns in his first career start and set three different school records over the final three games. Fenske tossed a school record 99-yard pass against North Alabama and then closed out the year with a 460-yard passing performance against the Rams at home. The 460 yards set a new single-game school record for most passing yards in a contest. He finished the season completing 102 of his 154 passes for 1,285 yards. His 66.2 completion percentage also set a new school record. He tallied 11 touchdowns and had just six picks on the season. Both quarterbacks are likely to see action in 2013 and will be backed up by Collin Strahan (6-0, 180, So.), and Zed Woerner (6-2, 190, R-Fr.).

to be the featured back after playing just two games before going out with a season-ending injury in 2012. Before the injury, Regal averaged 127.5 yards per game with a pair of touchdowns. He tallied 255 yards on 46 carries, losing just two yards total in two contests. Henshaw were each named Second Team All-LSC selections following the regular season. A trio of freshmen will join the mix as well this season, as the coaching staff added Cody Burtscher (5-11, 185, Fr.), Glenn Roberts (5-7, 180, Fr.) and Jabari Anderson (5-8, 180, Fr.) to the roster this offseason.

Jerome Regal added a lot of depth to the receiving corps, bringing back three redshirt freshmen and adding seven true freshmen to the squad.

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One of the more experienced units on the field for the Texans in 2013 will be the offensive line as Tarleton returns three starters from last season’s team. Nick Perez (6-4, 290, So.), Lucas Love (6-4, 280, Jr.) and Chris Burnett (6-0, 290, Sr.) each started all 10 games for the Texans last season. They helped anchor an offense that rushed for 1,761 yards (third in the Lone Star Conference) Tight Ends and tallied 2,864 yards through the air (second in Honorable Mention All-LSC selection Will McLane the LSC). Tarleton’s offense averaged 34.5 yards (6-4, 260, Sr.) started six games for the Texans in per game as well, which ranked third in the LSC. 2012 and saw action in all 10 games. He returns A pair of Texans, Kody Travis (6-4, 270, So.) and as a key component to the Texan offense after Armando Alvarez (6-3, 315, Sr.), will make the catching four passes for 52 yards last season. He transition to starter on the offensive line after will be backed up by three freshmen in 2013, with appearing in a total of 15 games combined last Cooper Cole (6-0, 210, Fr.), Ernest Gonzales (6-3, season. The offensive line will be backed up by four returning Texans and an incoming junior270, Fr.) and Alex Gallegos (6-3, 205, Fr.) each transfer. John O’Brien (6-7, 290, Jr.) will back up looking to make a spot in the depth chart. Travis at the tackle position after transferring into Tarleton from Riverside Community College, while Wide Receivers Spencer Harvey (6-5, 255, So.) backs up Love at Clifton Rhodes III (6-1, 190, Jr.) and Jeken Frye (5-10, 185, Sr.), Tarleton’s top two receivers from the other tackle position. Ryan Martin (6-2, 280, Jr.) and Spencer Deal (6-2, 275, R-Fr.) will be back 2012, return to the offensive line-up for the ups at the guard positions, while Robert Hinton Texans in 2013. Rhodes III led the way last year (6-4, 280, So.) backs up Burnett at center. in both receptions (56) and yards (694). He also Running BACKS managed to find the end zone four times as well. Tarleton returns a group of running backs that Frye had 674 yards receiving on 46 receptions netted over 1,700 yards on the ground last season in 2012. He had a season-long pass reception and a player earning All-Lone Star Conference of 75 yards and scored three touchdowns. Also honors as well. Zach Henshaw (5-10, 200, So.), returning to the squad are Andre Plata (5-10, who rushed for 562 yards (62.4/game) with seven 180, So.) and Le’Nard Meyers (6-0, 185, So.). touchdowns as a true freshman, returns to the Plata tallied 51 yards and one touchdown, while team, as does Jerome Regal (5-10, 195, So.) looks Meyers registered 60 yards. The coaching staff 2013 Texan Football Media Guide


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The Texans lost just one starter from last year’s defensive backfield and return experienced starters Dashaun Phillips (5-11, 180, Sr.), Ramonte Harris (5-11, 180, Sr.), Desmond Jackson (6-0, 200, Sr.), Charles Moore (5-10, 190, Jr.), Devin Figures (5-10, 180, Jr.) and Julius Hurndon (5-10, 210, Sr.) which all have a combined 28 starts between them last season. Harris led the way last season with 33 tackles, while Hurndon followed right behind with 32 total tackles. Figures led the Texans having picked off two of Tarleton’s six interceptions last season. Jackson returns to the lineup in 2013 after playing in just two games and recording four tackles last season. Jackson had 64 tackles and

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Having a pair of experienced linebackers in Marquis Wadley (5-9, 215, Sr.) and Marc Martinez (6-0, 220, Jr.) return to the squad will be beneficial to head coach Cary Fowler’s defense this season. Both defenders played in all 10 games last season and Wadley has started in 13 of the last 21 games for the Texans.

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three interceptions for the Texans in 2011. Phillips will try and return to the 2011 season form where he tallied 50 tackles and picked off seven passes. He also had a defensive backs-high 3.5 TFL and a sack. Redshirt freshmen Robert Adkinson (5-9, 175, R-Fr.) and Daniel Adams (6-0, 180, R-Fr.) will serve as primary back-ups at the cornerback position, while Brandon Moore (5-10, 185, So.) and Chance Wallace (6-0, 190, So.) each backup the safety positions. Jeremy Louis (5-9, 180, So.) and Brayden Coverdale (6-2, 210, R-Fr.) will also see time in the defensive backfield as well in 2013.

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Tarleton lost nearly 35 percent of its tackles for loss and over 40 percent of its sacks in 2012 with the departures of Rufus Johnson and Brian Ford, but Patrick Bettiol ((6-3, 240, So.) returns to the fold after starting seven of the eight games and collecting 31 total tackles, 5.0 TFL and 2.0 sacks. He was second on the team with three quarterback hurries as well. Andre Allen (6-3, 235, Jr.) returns as well and will be in the rotation after finishing 2012 with 23 total tackles. He tallied 6.0 TFL and 1.5 sacks. Juan Gonzalez (6-3, 275, Jr.) and Ronnie Faimoa (6-3, 300, Sr.) have 15 starts and over 30 games played between them on the defensive line. Gonzalez has played in all 21 games since his freshman season and finished the 2012 campaign with 15 tackles and 1.5 sacks. Faimoa tallied 16 tackles and 1.5 sacks as well. Justin Rayside (6-3, 250, Jr.), Keivaughn Barrett (6-3, 285, Jr.), Ethan Perkins (5-10, 300, Jr.) and Brandon Johnson (6-6, 280, Jr.) all transfered into Tarleton back in the spring and will each be major contributors on the defensive line depth chart. Returners Jade Grant (6-1, 215, So.) and Brian Ndwa (6-2, 230, Jr.), along with redshirt freshmen Damien Ward (6-3, 225, R-Fr.) and Jake Blount (6-4, 225, R-Fr.) will also look to make an impact at the defensive end position. Returning to the team at the tackle position are Jarett Alvarado (6-3, 245, So.) and Cole Vitolo (5-11, 265, Sr.). Incoming freshmen Jarrett Bopp (6-4, 275, Fr.) and Jared Thames (6-0, 260, Fr.) could also see reps on the defensive front early as well.

Wadley has led the Texan defense in total tackles the past two years, collecting 83 in 2012 and 119 in 2011. In his two seasons with the Texans, Wadley has over 13 TFL and seven defensive breakups. He has a career total six forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries. Martinez was second on the team last season with 55 tackles. He recorded 8.5 TFL and had 1.0 sack. Tyrone Melton (6-0, 245, Jr.) will make the transition from defensive end to linebacker this season. In 2012, he tallied seven tackles, which included 3.0 sacks. Savion Washington (5-11, 205, So.) is also making the move to linebacker after spending the 2012 season as mostly an offensive weapon at fullback. Dan Jackson (6-0, 200, Sr.) received a medical reshirt in 2012 and returns to the squad after finishing second on the team with 74 total tackles in 2011. He tallied 8.0 TFL and 1.0 sack as well. Anthony Lee (6-0, 215, So.), Kade Cole (5-11, 215, So.) and Alex Anderson (6-2, 235, Jr.) all return to the team after seeing action in nine games between them. Newcomers will include transfer player Ben Katzenmeyer (5-10, 220, Jr.), and incoming freshmen Torean Shepard (5-10, 205, Fr.) and Reece Sumner (6-0, 190, Fr.).

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The Tarleton State defense lost four starters, but returns seven players that started at least seven games last season, along with another three players that have starting experience. The defense finished the 2012 regular season ranked 65th in the nation and fourth in the Lone Star Conference in total defense, yielding 360.4 yards per games to opponents. Despite only ranking 50th in the nation in rushing defense (137.8/game), the Texans did have a couple of great games throughout the season, limiting Abilene Christian to just 55 yards on the ground and then going into to A&M-Commerce and keeping the Lion offense in check with just 20 yards rushing on 25 attempts. The Texans will look to improve a passing defense that ranked 89th in the nation and fifth in the LSC after giving up 222.6 yards per game through the air. Tarleton did however limit four teams to 200 yards or less, which included a season-low 149 yards through the air against Incarnate Word. Tarleton will also focus on its scoring defense that finished 86th in the nation, giving up 28.3 points per game. Last season’s bests included giving up just 17 points to then No. 4-ranked Midwestern State in the season-opener and allowing just 10 points to the Lions in Commerce.

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The Texan Special Teams The Tarleton State special teams will be in good hands as it returns a pair of All-Lone Star Conference honorees and a veteran deep snapper. The special teams will have a new holder for the first time in four years and will also have new players at both the kick and punt return positions. The Texans averaged 33.5 net punting yards last season, which ranked 67th in the nation. The Texans ranked 64th in punt returns, averaging 10.4 yards per attempt. The kicking game was one of the best in the nation last year as true freshman Blake Barnes averaged a nation’s best 1.8 field goals per game.

Placekicker Tarleton’s Blake Barnes (5-10, 170, So.) returns to the team following an outstanding 2012 season where he averaged a nation-leading 1.8 field goals per game as well as converting a nation’s best 90 percent field goal percentage. He made 18 of his 20 field goal attempts and was a perfect 38-for-38 in point-after-attempts. He scored 92 points on the year and his 9.2 points per game average ranked 19th in the nation. He also tied a school record after making five field goals in a game against A&M-Commerce. He heads into the 2013 season having made his last eight field goal attempts.

Punter Isaac Arellano (5-11, 180, Jr.) finished the 2012 season averaging 42.17 yards per punt, which ranked him not only 13th in the nation, but it gave him the secondbest per punt average in school history. An honorable mention all-conference selection, Arellano had 13 kicks inside the 20-yard line and eight punts booted for 50

yards or more. He had just three touch backs in his 38 attempts in 2012.

Return Specialist The Texans will have new specialists at both the punt return and kick return this season after losing its primary returners to graduation last year. Transfer freshman Bubba Tandy (6-1, 190, Fr.) will be the primary kick returner for the Texans in 2013 while backing up Andre Plata (5-10, 180, So.) at the punt return position. Robert Adkinson (5-9, 175, R-Fr.) will backup Tandy as secondary kick returner as well. Plata had 15 yards in the kick return last season. Dashaun Phillips (5-11, 180, Sr.) could also see some time at both returner positions after collecting 34 yards in punt returns and 106 yards in kick returns in 2012.

2013 Preseason All-Americans D2Football.com 1ST TEAM DEFENSE

DB Dashaun Phillips (5-11, 180, Sr.)

3RD TEAM SPECIAL TEAMS

PK Blake Barnes (5-10, 170, So.)

4TH TEAM DEFENSE

LB Marquis Wadley (5-9, 215, Sr.)

USA College Football 2ND TEAM OFFENSE

RB Jerome Regal (5-10, 195, So.) RB Vaughn Smith (5-10, 190, Sr.)

2ND TEAM DEFENSE

LB Marquis Wadley (5-9, 215, Sr.)

2ND TEAM SPECIAL TEAMS

PK Blake Barnes (5-10, 170, So.)

3RD TEAM OFFENSE

RB Zach Henshaw (5-10, 200, So.)

HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE OT Lucus Love (6-4, 280, Jr.) OG Nick Perez (6-4, 290, So.) WR Clifton Rhodes III (6-1, 190, Jr.)

HONORABLE MENTION DEFENSE CB Dashaun Phillips (5-11, 180, Sr.) CB Desmond Jackson (6-0, 200, Sr.)

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Team Breakdown Letterwinners Starters Returning 47 Lost 31 Returning Offense 19 Offense 17 Offense Defense 26 Defense 14 Defense Special Teams 2 Special Teams 0 Special Teams

20 Lost 8 9 Offense 4 9 Defense 4 2 Special Teams 0

Starters Returning Starters Lost Offense (4) WR Jamal Mays (5-9, 165, Sr.) WR Arthur Buckingham (6-1, 190, Sr.) OT Adrian Campbell (6-6, 310, Sr.) OG Xavier Ruben (6-4, 300, So.)

Texas............................................101 California.........................................3 Georgia............................................1 American Samoa.............................1

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Avg/G 62.4 127.5

GP Effic 8 123.21 5 152.10

Cmp-Att-Int 153-244-9 102-154-6

Pct 62.7 66.2

Yds 1579 1285

TD Lng 10 50 11 99

Avg/G 197.4 257.0

RECEIVING Clifton Rhodes III Jeken Frye

GP No. 10 56 10 46

Yds 694 674

TD Long 4 66 3 75

Avg/G 69.4 67.4

Defense Marquis Wadley Marc Martinez Charles Moore Dashaun Phillips Julius Hurndon Patrick Bettiol

GP 10 10 10 10 10 8

PBU 4 1 5 8 1 --

QBH 1 1 -- -- -- 3

FF-FR 2-2 -- 0-1 1-0 -- 1-1

UA-A-Tot 40-43-83 25-30-55 28-24-52 19-13-32 17-15-32 11-20-31

TFL Sacks INT 6.5-9 -- 1-20 8.5-22 1.0-3 -- 4.0-23 1.0-11 -- 0.5-2 -- 1-1 1.5-5 -- -- 5.0-10 2.0-3 --

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TD Long 7 43 2 62

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Avg 5.3 5.5

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Gain Loss Net 582 20 562 257 2 255

Avg 12.4 14.7

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PASSING Aaron Doyle Jake Fenske

Texans By State

Senior............................................17 Junior.............................................21 Sophomore....................................22 Freshman.......................................46

Returner........................................51 Transfer..........................................12 Red-Shirt Freshman.......................12 True Freshman...............................31

Returning Statistical Leaders Att 106 46

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Special Teams (2) K Blake Barnes (5-10, 170, So.) P Isaac Arellano (5-11, 185, Jr.)

GP 9 2

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Defense (4) DE Rufus Johnson (6-5, 260, Sr.) DT Brian Ford (6-1, 280, Sr.) LB Matt Knicky (6-1, 225, Sr.) S Blair Johnson (6-1, 200, Sr.)

Defense (9) DE Patrick Bettiol (6-3, 250, So.) DT Juan Gonzalez (6-3, 285, Jr.) LB Marc Martinez (6-0, 220, Jr.) LB Marquis Wadley (5-9, 215, Sr.) CB Dashaun Phillips (5-11, 180, Sr.) CB Desmond Jackson (6-0, 200, Sr.) S Charles Moore (5-10, 190, Jr.) ROV Devin Figures (5-10, 185, Jr.) ROV Julius Hurndon (5-10, 210, Sr.)

RUSHING Zach Henshaw Jerome Regal

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Offense (9) QB Aaron Doyle (6-2, 215, Sr.) QB Jake Fenske (6-4, 220, Sr.) RB Jerome Regal (5-10, 195, So.) WR Clifton Rhodes III (6-1, 195, Jr.) WR Jeken Frye (5-10, 175, Sr.) TE Will McLane (6-4, 260, Sr.) OT Lucas Love (6-4, 280, Jr.) OG Nick Perez (6-4, 290, So.) OG Nick Perez (6-4, 290, So.) C Chris Burnett (6-0, 280, Sr.)

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VS. Midwestern State Sept. 14 • 4 p.m. Cowboys Stadium Arlington, Texas

at Angelo State Sept. 21 • 7 p.m. Angelo Stadium San Angelo, Texas

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ...............................................................................Wichita Falls, Texas Founded: .................................................................................................... 1922 Enrollment: ................................................................................................ 6,400 Nicknames: ..........................................................................................Mustangs Colors: .................................................................................... Maroon and Gold Conference: ......................................................................................... Lone Star Stadium (Capacity): ................................................ Memorial Stadium (14,362) Surface: ............................................................................................... Astro Play

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ................................................................................. San Angelo, Texas Founded: .................................................................................................... 1928 Enrollment: ................................................................................................ 7,048 Nicknames: .................................................................................................Rams Colors: ..........................................................................................Blue and Gold Conference: ......................................................................................... Lone Star Stadium (Capacity): .....................................................Angelo Stadium (17,500) Surface: ..........................................................................................Safe Play Plus

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: ...................................................................................... Bill Maskill Overall Record: ....................................................................... 101-42 (13 Years) Record at MSU: ..........................................................................82-34 (11 Years) 2012 Record: ................................................................................... 9-2, 7-1 LSC Starters Returning (O/D/ST): ..................................................................... 3/7/2

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:.....................................................................................Will Wagner Overall Record: ............................................................................10-12 (2 Years) Record at ASU: .............................................................................10-12 (2 Years) 2012 Record: ................................................................................... 5-6, 4-4 LSC Starters Returning (O/D/ST): ..................................................................... 7/8/0

SERIES INFORMATION All-Time Series: .........................................................................Texans lead 16-7 In Stephenville: .........................................................................Texans lead 10-2 In Wichita Falls: ..........................................................................Texans lead 6-5 Last Played: ............................................................. 9/8/12 (at TSU 20, MSU 17)

SERIES INFORMATION All-Time Series: .......................................................................Texans lead 15-14 In Stephenville: ...........................................................................Texans lead 9-4 In San Angelo: .............................................................................Rams lead 10-6 Last Played: .......................................................... 11/10/12 (at TSU 56, ASU 34)

Media Relations Information Football Contact: .................................................................................Trey Reed Phone: .......................................................................................... 940.397.4818 Email: ................................................................................trey.reed@mwsu.edu Website: ...................................................................... www.msumustangs.com

Media Relations Information Football Contact: ........................................................................ Brandon Ireton Phone: .......................................................................................... 325.942.2378 Email: .....................................................................brandon.ireton@angelo.edu Website: ....................................................................... www.angelosports.com

2013 Schedule Sept. 14 vs. Tarleton State (Arlington) Sept. 21 at West Georgia Sept. 28 at A&M-Commerce Oct. 5 Texas A&M-Kingsville Oct. 12 McMurry Oct. 19 West Alabama Oct. 26 at Angelo State Nov. 2 Menlo College (Calif.) Nov. 9 at Eastern New Mexico Nov. 16 West Texas A&M

2013 Schedule Sept. 5 Black Hills State (S.D.) Sept. 14 vs. Colorado St.-Pueblo (Arlington) Sept. 21 Tarleton State Sept. 28 at Valdosta State Oct. 5 at McMurry Oct. 12 Eastern New Mexico Oct. 19 at West Texas A&M Oct. 26 Midwestern State Nov. 2 at A&M-Commerce Nov. 9 Texas A&M-Kingsville Nov. 16 at Incarnate Word

4 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m.

7 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m.

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. Keidrick Jackson 195 1354 6.9

TD Long 21 73

Avg./G 123.1

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. TD Long Avg./G Jermie Calhoun 89 341 3.8 2 21 37.9

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Yds. 115

TD Long 0 20

Avg./G 23.0

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Avg.G 19.9

Receiving Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long Avg.G Dakarai Pecikonis 50 513 10.3 5 43 51.3

A-C-I 12-28-1

Receiving Rec. Kendall Wrenn 11

Yds. 139

Avg. 12.6

TD Long 0 25

Defense Solo Taiyon Jackson 44

Ast. 27

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Defense Solo Rush Seaver 43

Ast. 37

Yds. TD Long 1,704 14 89

Total 80

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SERIES INFORMATION All-Time Series: ................................................................ Wildcats lead 19-11-4 In Stephenville: ........................................................................Wildcats lead 7-4 In Abilene: ...............................................................................Wildcats lead 6-4 Last Played: .............................. 9/15/12 (ACU 34, TSU 31 at Cowboys Stadium)

SERIES INFORMATION All-Time Series: ................................................................ Greyhounds lead 13-8 In Stephenville: .................................................................. Greyhounds lead 5-4 In San Angelo: .................................................................... Greyhounds lead 5-4 Last Played: ........................................................ 9/22/12 (at TSU 35, ENMU 23)

Media Relations Information Football Contact: ......................................................................... Lance Fleming Phone: .......................................................................................... 325.674.2693 Email: ..................................................................................... flemingl@acu.edu Website: .............................................................................www.acusports.com

Media Relations Information Football Contact: ...................................................................... Adam Pitterman Phone: .......................................................................................... 505.562.4309 Email: .................................................................... adam.pitterman@enmu.edu Website: ...............................................................www.goeasternathletics.com

2013 Schedule Aug. 31 Concordia College (Ala.) Sept. 7 McMurry Sept. 14 New Mexico Highlands Sept. 21 at Illinois State Sept. 28 vs. Tarleton State (Frisco) Oct. 5 at Pittsburg State Oct. 12 at Houston Baptist Oct. 19 Incarnate Word Oct. 26 at New Mexico State Nov. 9 at Incarnate Word Nov. 16 at Prairie View A&M

2013 Schedule Sept. 7 New Mexico Highlands Sept. 13 vs. Sul Ross State (Arlington) Sept. 28 at Incarnate Word Oct. 5 Tarleton State Oct. 12 at Angelo State Oct. 19 at Northeastern State Oct. 26 Texas A&M-Kingsville Nov. 2 at West Texas A&M Nov. 9 Midwestern State Nov. 16 at A&M-Commerce

7 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. TBA 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. TBA

8 p.m. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m.

Avg./G 42.3

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. Christian Long 90 400 4.4

TD Long 3 32

Avg./G 44.4

Passing John David Baker

Yds. 15

TD Long 0 9

Avg./G 5.0

Passing Jeremy Buurma

TD Long 0 5

Avg./G 1.2

Avg.G 62.2

Receiving Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long Avg.G Jacob Johnson 23 330 14.3 3 54 33.0

A-C-I 2-2-0

Receiving Rec. Taylor Gabriel 52

Yds. 684

Avg. 13.2

TD Long 7 46

Defense Solo Justin Stephens 45

Ast. 43

Total 88

TFL Sack INT 6.5 2.0 1

A-C-I 1-4-0

Defense Solo Seth Bailey 34

Yds. 5

Ast. 50

Total 84

TFL Sack INT 5.0 2.0 0

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TD Long 6 18

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Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. Charcandrick West 98 423 4.3

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FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:......................................................................................... Josh Lynn Overall Record: ................................................................................. 3-7 (1 Year) Record at ENMU: ............................................................................ 3-7 (1 Year1) 2012 Record: ................................................................................... 3-7, 2-6 LSC Starters Returning (O/D/ST): ..................................................................... 8/6/0

History/Records

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: ....................................................................................Ken Collums Overall Record: ................................................................................. 7-4 (1 Year) Record at ACU: ................................................................................. 7-4 (1 Year) 2012 Record: ................................................................................... 7-4, 4-4 LSC Starters Returning (O/D/ST): ..................................................................... 7/7/1

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ...................................................................................... Portales, N.M. Founded: .................................................................................................... 1934 Enrollment: ................................................................................................ 5,080 Nicknames: ...................................................................................... Greyhounds Colors: ...................................................................................... Green and Silver Conference: ......................................................................................... Lone Star Stadium (Capacity): ................................................ Greyhound Stadium (6,100) Surface: ..........................................................................................Natural Grass

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location: .......................................................................................Abilene, Texas Founded: .................................................................................................... 1906 Enrollment: ................................................................................................ 4,800 Nicknames: ............................................................................................Wildcats Colors: .................................................................................... Purple and White Conference: .....................................................................Southland (NCAA FCS) Stadium (Capacity): .................................................. Shotwell Stadium (15,000) Surface: .......................................................................................... Safe Play Turf

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at Eastern New Mexico Oct. 5 • 3 p.m. Greyhound stadium Portales, N.M.

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West Texas A&M Oct. 12 • 7 p.m. Tarleton Memorial Stadium Stephenville, Texas

at Delta State Oct. 19 • 6 p.m. McCool Stadium Cleveland, Miss.

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ....................................................................................... Canyon, Texas Founded: .................................................................................................... 1910 Enrollment: ................................................................................................ 7,843 Nicknames: .......................................................................................... Buffaloes Colors: .................................................................................. Maroon and White Conference: ......................................................................................... Lone Star Stadium (Capacity): ..............................Kimbrough Memorial Stadium (20,000) Surface: ................................................................................................ Field Turf

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ................................................................................... Cleveland, Miss. Founded: .................................................................................................... 1924 Enrollment: ................................................................................................ 4,091 Nicknames: ........................................................................................ Statesmen Colors: ..................................................................................... Green and White Conference: ....................................................................................... Gulf South Stadium (Capacity): ..............................Parker Field at McCool Stadium (8,125) Surface: ..........................................................................................Natural Grass

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: .................................................................................... Don Carthel Overall Record: .................................................................... 125-68-1 (17 Years) Record at WTAMU: ......................................................................79-22 (8 Years) 2012 Record: ................................................................................. 12-3, 7-1 LSC Starters Returning (O/D/ST): ..................................................................... 7/9/3

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:.....................................................................................Todd Cooley Overall Record: .............................................................................. 0-0 (1st Year) Record at DSU: ............................................................................... 0-0 (1st Year) 2012 Record: ................................................................................................. 3-7 Starters Returning (O/D/ST): ..................................................................... 7/9/0

SERIES INFORMATION All-Time Series: ........................................................................... Buffs lead 13-9 In Stephenville: ............................................................................. Buffs lead 6-5 In Canyon: ..................................................................................... Buffs lead 7-4 Last Played: ......................................................9/29/12 (at WTAMU 41, TSU 21)

SERIES INFORMATION All-Time Series: .................................................................... Statesmen lead 1-0 In Stephenville: .................................................................... Statesmen lead 1-0 In Cleveland: ................................................................................ Series Tied 0-0 Last Played: ............................................................ 10/6/12 (at TSU 35, DSU 38)

Media Relations Information Football Contact: ...................................................................................Kit Strief Phone: .......................................................................................... 806.651.4430 Email: .................................................................................. kstrief@wtamu.edu Website: ............................................................................ www.gobuffsgo.com

Media Relations Information Football Contact: ...............................................................................Matt Jones Phone: .......................................................................................... 662.846.4297 Email: ............................................................................... matt @deltastate.edu Website: ........................................................................www.gostatesmen.com

2013 Schedule Sept. 7 at Western State (Colo.) Sept. 12 vs. Chadron State (Neb.) (Arlington) Sept. 21 A&M-Commerce Sept. 28 at Texas A&M-Kingsville Oct. 5 Central State (Ohio) Oct. 12 at Tarleton State Oct. 19 Angelo State Oct. 26 at McMurry Nov. 2 Eastern New Mexico Nov. 9 West Georgia Nov. 16 at Midwestern State

2013 Schedule Sept. 7 at Mississippi Valley State Sept. 13 vs. A&M-Commerce (Arlington) Sept. 21 at North Alabama Sept. 28 Florida Tech Oct. 5 at West Alabama Oct. 19 Tarleton State Oct. 24 at Shorter Nov. 2 Valdosta State Nov. 9 Concordia College (Ala.) Nov. 16 at West Georgia

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. Geremy Alridge 34 225 6.6 Passing Dustin Vaughan

2 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m.

TBA 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m.

TD Long 4 23

Avg./G 15.0

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. Justin McArthur 48 204 4.2

TD Long 1 18

Avg./G 20.4

A-C-I Yds. TD Long 359-555-13 4,712 45 77

Avg./G 314.1

Passing Spencer Van Brunt

Yds. 353

TD Long 2 35

Avg./G 58.8

Avg.G 102.1

Receiving Rec. Patrick Bethley 16

Yds. 27

Avg. 17.2

TD Long 2 75

Avg.G 25.0

Defense Solo Roy Island 23

Ast. 33

Total 56

TFL Sack INT 6.5 2.0 0

Receiving Rec. Torrence Allen 87

Yds. Avg. 1,430 16.4

TD Long 12 77

Defense Solo Taylor McCuller 73

Ast. 91

TFL Sack INT 11.5 3.5 0

Total 164

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SERIES INFORMATION All-Time Series: .........................................................................Texans lead 11-9 In Stephenville: ...........................................................................Texans lead 6-4 In Wichita Falls: ........................................................................... Series Tied 5-5 Last Played: ..................................................... 10/13/12 (at A&M-C 10, TSU 43)

SERIES INFORMATION All-Time Series: ..................................................................... Javelinas lead 20-6 In Stephenville: ..................................................................... Javelinas lead 10-3 In San Angelo: ....................................................................... Javelinas lead 10-3 Last Played: ..................................................... 10/20/12 (at TSU 23, TAMUK 35)

Media Relations Information Football Contact: .......................................................................Rand Champion Phone: .......................................................................................... 903.886.5131 Email: ..................................................................... rand.champion@tamuc.edu Website: .........................................................................www.lionathletics.com

Media Relations Information Football Contact: .............................................................................Aaron Ames Phone: .......................................................................................... 361.593.2870 Email: ...........................................................................aaron.ames@tamuk.edu Website: .................................................................. www.javelinaathletics.com

2013 Schedule Sept. 7 Sul Ross State Sept. 14 vs. Delta State (Arlington) Sept. 21 at West Texas A&M Sept. 28 Midwestern State Oct. 5 at Southeastern Oklahoma Oct. 12 at Texas A&M-Kingsville Oct. 19 McMurry Oct. 26 at Tarleton State Nov. 2 Angelo State Nov. 9 at Houston Baptist Nov. 16 Eastern New Mexico

2013 Schedule Sept. 5 at Central Washington 1 p.m. Sept. 14 vs. Monterrey Tech (Arlington) Noon Sept. 21 McMurry 7 p.m. Sept. 28 West Texas A&M 7 p.m. Oct. 5 at Midwestern State 7 p.m. Oct. 12 A&M-Commerce 7 p.m. Oct. 19 at North Alabama 6 p.m. Oct. 26 at Eastern New Mexico 3 p.m. Nov. 2 Tarleton State 7 p.m. Nov. 9 at Angelo State 4 p.m. Nov. 16 Valdosta State 7 p.m.

6 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m.

Avg./G 7.9

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. Robert Armstrong 8 4 2.0

TD Long 0 8

Avg./G 0.31

Passing Deric Davis

Yds. 976

TD Long 6 61

Avg./G 122.0

Passing Angel Millan

Yds. 0

TD Long 0 0

Avg./G 0.0

Avg.G 58.1

Receiving Rec. Robert Armstrong 67

Yds. 849

Avg. 12.7

TD Long 11 94

Avg.G 70.8

Defense Solo Anthony Forker 46

Ast. 29

Total 75

TFL Sack INT 3.0 0.5 1

A-C-I 94-179-6

Receiving Rec. Garrett Smith 51

Yds. 581

Avg. 11.4

TD Long 2 61

Defense Solo Joel Wren 32

Ast. 35

Total 67

TFL Sack INT 2.5 0.0 0

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FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:................................................................................ David Calloway Overall Record: .............................................................................. 0-0 (1st Year) Record at TAMUK: ......................................................................... 0-0 (1st Year) 2012 Record: ................................................................................... 6-6, 5-3 LSC Starters Returning (O/D/ST): ..................................................................... 4/7/2

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FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: ..................................................................................Colby Carthel Overall Record: .............................................................................. 0-0 (1st Year) Record at A&M-C: .......................................................................... 0-0 (1st Year) 2012 Record: ................................................................................... 1-9, 1-7 LSC Starters Returning (O/D/ST): ..................................................................... 7/7/0

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location: .................................................................................... Kingsville, Texas Founded: .................................................................................................... 1925 Enrollment: ................................................................................................ 6,610 Nicknames: ........................................................................................... Javelinas Colors: ..........................................................................................Blue and Gold Conference: ......................................................................................... Lone Star Stadium (Capacity): ................................................... Javelina Stadium (15,000) Surface: ..........................................................................................Natural Grass

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ................................................................................. Commerce, Texas Founded: .................................................................................................... 1889 Enrollment: .............................................................................................. 11,000 Nicknames: ................................................................................................. Lions Colors: ..........................................................................................Blue and Gold Conference: ......................................................................................... Lone Star Stadium (Capacity): ................................................ Memorial Stadium (10,000) Surface: ........................................................................................... Pro Play Turf

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at Texas A&M-Kingsville Nov. 2 • 7 p.m. Javelina Stadium Kingsville, Texas

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Southwestern Oklahoma Nov. 9 • 2 p.m. Tarleton Memorial Stadium Stephenville, Texas

North Alabama Nov. 16 • 2 p.m. Tarleton Memorial Stadium Stephenville, Texas

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ...............................................................................Weatherford, Okla. Founded: .................................................................................................... 1901 Enrollment: ................................................................................................ 8,844 Nicknames: ............................................................................................Bulldogs Colors: ..................................................................................Blue, White & Grey Conference: ............................................................................... Great American Stadium (Capacity): ........................................................ Fast Lane Field (9,000) Surface: ............................................................................................... Astro Play

GENERAL INFORMATION Location: ........................................................................................Florence, Ala. Founded: .................................................................................................... 1830 Enrollment: ................................................................................................ 7,300 Nicknames: ................................................................................................. Lions Colors: ...................................................................................... Purple and Gold Conference: ....................................................................................... Gulf South Stadium (Capacity): ........................................................Braly Stadium (14,215) Surface: ................................................................................................ Field Turf

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach: .............................................................................Dan Cocannauer Overall Record: ............................................................................12-31 (4 Years) Record at SWOSU: .......................................................................12-31 (4 Years) 2012 Record: ................................................................................................. 3-7 Starters Returning (O/D/ST): ..................................................................... 6/8/0

FOOTBALL INFORMATION Head Coach:.................................................................................Bobby Wallace Overall Record: .................................................................. 132-142-1 (24 years) Record at UNA: ...................................................................... 87-41-1 (11 years) 2012 Record: ................................................................................................. 5-5 Starters Returning (O/D/ST): ..................................................................... 6/8/2

SERIES INFORMATION All-Time Series: .......................................................................Texans lead 14-10 In Stephenville: .........................................................................Texans lead 10-3 In Weatherford: .......................................................................Bulldogs lead 6-4 Last Played: .........................................................9/26/09 (at TSU 66, SWOSU 3)

SERIES INFORMATION All-Time Series: ...........................................................................Texans lead 1-0 In Stephenville: ............................................................................ Series Tied 0-0 In Florence: .................................................................................Texans lead 1-0 Last Played: .............................................................11/3/12 (at UNA 28, TSU 38

Media Relations Information Football Contact: ................................................................................. Doug Self Phone: .......................................................................................... 580.774.7162 Email: ............................................................................... doug.self@swosu.edu Website: .....................................................................www.swosuathletics.com

Media Relations Information Football Contact: .............................................................................. Jeff Hodges Phone: .......................................................................................... 256.765.4595 Email: .....................................................................sportsinformation@una.edu Website: .............................................................................. www.roarlions.com

2013 Schedule Sept. 5 Harding Sept. 14 at Arkansas Tech Sept. 21 at Southern Arkansas Sept. 28 Arkansas-Monticello Oct. 5 Ouachita Baptist Oct. 12 at Henderson State Oct. 18 at Southeastern Oklahoma Oct. 26 East Central Nov. 2 Southern Nazarene Nov. 9 at Tarleton State Nov. 16 at Northwestern Oklahoma

2013 Schedule Sept. 7 Miles College Sept .14 at Jacksonville State Sept. 21 Delta State Oct. 5 at Shorter Oct. 12 West Georgia Oct. 19 Texas A&M-Kingsville Oct. 26 Valdosta State Nov. 2 West Alabama Nov. 9 at Florida Tech Nov. 16 at Tarleton State

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. D.C. Walker 93 333 3.6 Passing Dustin Stena

6:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m.

6 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 2 p.m.

TD Long 4 22

Avg./G 33.3

Returning Statistical Leaders Rushing Att. Yds. Avg. TD Long Avg./G Lamonte Thompson 130 690 5.3 5 79 69.0

A-C-I Yds. TD Long 190-366-15 2,157 11 79

Avg./G 215.7

Passing Luke Wingo

Avg.G 64.3

Receiving Rec. Yds. Avg. TD Long Avg.G Jason Smith 22 319 14.5 1 46 31.9

Receiving Rec. Brad Smithey 36

Yds. 386

Avg. 10.7

TD Long 2 42

Defense Solo Ryan Feller 41

Ast. 45

Total 86

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Defense Solo Tavarius Wilson 41

Ast. 71

Yds. 845

Total 112

TD Long 3 46

Avg./G 84.5

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Head coach Cary Fowler will be looking to carry the momentum of 2012’s final three games into the 2013 campaign as he heads into his fourth season at the helm of the Tarleton Texan Football program. Fowler guided the Texans to a 3-0 mark in the final third of the regular-season last year and will look to continue that winning success and Tarleton football back into the postseason. Despite having one of the youngest teams in the Lone Star Conference last season and also working through a depleted squad due to injuries, Fowler still managed to guide the Texans to a 6-4 overall record and a 5-3 mark in conference play. Tarleton finished the 2012 season in a tie for third place with the 5-3 mark, giving Fowler back-to-back winning records against conference opponents. The 2012 squad collected a total of 4,625 yards on the offensive side of the ball, notching 2,864 yards through the air and 1,761 yards on the ground. The Texans averaged 462.5 yards per game, which ranked second in the LSC – just a little under 13 yards less than LSC co-champions West Texas A&M. Tarleton ranked among the top three LSC teams in many statistical categories on both offense and defense and that helped lead to 20 Texan players earning allconference recognition. Overall, Fowler had three players earn first team honors, eight second team selections and nine more honorable mention honorees. He was also very inspirational in Rufus Johnson earning LSC Defensive Lineman of the Year honors and then becoming the 183rd


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Texas A&M. Coach Fowler had six The Fowler File players earn all-conference honors, two Position...................................... Head Coach players all-region, and a pairYear, of Coachingnamed Experience.....................19th all-American performers 6th at Tarleton State (4thin aslinebacker Head Coach) Marquis Wadley and defensive back Ky. Hometown. ..........................Hopkinsville, Dashaun Phillips. High School. .......................Hopkinsville High Mater..Fowler .......................Murray State Alma In 2010, completed his first‘94 Birthdate. . ............................... April 22, season in charge of the Texans, who1971 Family......................... Wife, Shanan Fowler; went 3-8 on the season. Injuries on Daughters, Sophi and Bella both sides of the ball and a very tough scheduleLedger caused problems for the first Fowler’s Coaching year head coach, but it was just the beginning of the transition Year School Position Record into a winning program 1995 Murray State that found success CB last season. 11-1 1996 In 2009, Fowler helped guide the Texans to the second 11-2 Murray State CB 1997 of the Murray State DB to a share of both 7-4 round NCAA Division II playoffs and 1998 Murray State DB/OLB the LSC Championship and the LSC South Division title. The 7-4 1999 Murray State DB/OLB Texan defense led the conference for most of the season and7-4 2000 third Murray State finished in the LSC in total defenseOLB/ST (323.4) and scoring 6-5 2001 Midwestern State Int-HC/DC 7-4 defense (20.9). Tarleton was second in pass defense (21.61) 2002 Midwestern State DC 7-4 and in interceptions wasDC first in the league in 7-3 2003 Midwestern(20). Tarleton State opponents’ fourth-down conversions (22.2 2004 Midwestern State DC percent) and second 8-3 in2005 opponents’ third-down Midwestern State conversions (30.2 DC percent). 6-4 2006 In 2008, the Texan defensive coordinator directed a defense Midwestern State DC 10-3 2007 Midwestern State in scoring defense, DC that was No. 1 in the league allowing just8-3 2008 Tarleton State DC 21.8 points per game. The Texans were second overall in total8-3 2009 with Tarleton DC the pass defense10-3 defense 319.3State yards per outing while 2010 Tarleton State 3-8 topped the LSC after allowing just 196.9HC yards through the air. 2011 Tarleton State HC 6-5 In 2007 at MSU, Fowler led the No. 1 total defense in the 2012 Tarleton State HC 6-4 LSC, allowing just 294.2 yards per game.Asst The Mustangs had the Total 18 Years 102-44 top-ranked 3 rushing Years defense, allowing just HC 93.9 yards rushing 15-17 per outing, and the third-ranked passing defense, giving up just Fowler’s Coaching 200.3 yards per contest through Tree the air. MSU was also the best PLAYEDdefense FOR scoring in the LSC, allowing just 18.6 points per game. (HC) - Arkansas, Miss, Fowler Murray State, Houston PriorNutt to joining the staff Ole at MSU, spentCBS nineAnalyst, years of learned from Barry Switzer, Jimmy Johnson, Lou Holtz, Eddie Sutton, association with the Murray State University football program. and Frank Broyles Fowler, who has made a name for himself by annually Denver Johnson (HC) - Oklahoma State, Murray State, Illinois State, constructing one of the top defenses in the LSC, was selected Oklahoma, Colorado, and Tulsa asJoe the NCAA Division II Assistant the Year Auburn, in 2005.and Pannunzio (HC) - Murray State, Coach Miami,of Mississippi, The award, which was first presented in 1997, honors assistant Alabama coaches that excel in community to the Chester Caddus - Pacific, Vanderbilt,service, Coloradocommitment St., Purdue, mentored Pete Carroll student-athlete, on-field coaching success and AFCA professional Boddy Allen -involvement. Arkansas, Murray Statehas been in tune with each organization Fowler Linwood Ferguson Illinois, Murray St., Midwestern State during his collegiate coaching career. Randle McCray Wisconsin, Pittsburgh, State While on the Texan staff, Fowler Murray has spent time speaking to Rick Cartwright - Arizona Cardinals, St. Louis Rams community groups such as the Kiwanis and Optimist Clubs. He Kim Dameron - Cornell, Murray State has also spent time helping the football team with community Andre Haley - Austin Peay, LSU service such as Meals on Wheels, Foster Home events Charlie projects Wiles - Virginia Tech, Murray State and been involved COACHED WITH with Refuge – a weekly Bible study at Harvey Baptist Church. Mark Hutson - Midwestern State, Oakland Raiders Jones - Murray Derrick In Wichita Falls, heState, was Duke very involved in the community as Dan Werner Murray State, Miami, Madison, and Ole well, but his -accomplishments on James the field have been justMiss, as coached Heisman winner Ken Dorsey noteworthy. - Murray State, Tennessee, Miss as a four-year MattAsLuke a prep athlete, heDuke, earned all-stateOle honors Vance Vice - Murray State, Illinois State, Louisiana-Monroe Memphis letter winner on the gridiron while also participating in track and Lee Hays - Houston, Tarleton baseball. Marcus White - Houston, Tarleton

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overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, going to the New Orleans Saints in the sixth round. When it comes to the fourth year head coach, there is not a shortage for people to contact regarding advice. The Texans’ leader is going into his sixth season with the Texans overall and he feels that it has been a process of learning, growing, and communicating expectations with his fellow coaches and the players. He has used his coaching connections and mentors in order to better understand what it means to be a head coach of a football program. “I have been involved in college football for the past 24 years of my life,” said Fowler. “I have seen a lot of things and coached a lot of players, but here at Tarleton, I am able to fully appreciate the coaching experience. We have the facilities, the staff, and the university that makes Tarleton football one of the premier programs in all of Division II.” Coach Fowler has high expectations, not only for himself, but also for the players and the university as a whole. The 2013 squad could be one of Fowler’s most talented teams that he has assembled since taking over the program and with his leadership the Texans could prove to be a major player in the LSC this season. Through the early part of the century, Tarleton was the most successful program in the Lone Star Conference. Since then, the rest of the league has caught up in terms of recruiting and success on the field. It is a critical time for the Texans to maintain their hold on the forefront of the conference landscape. Fowler has spent 20 years in coaching at all only three schools, which is surprising considering the number of Division I coaches he has worked with, under, and over in his time in college football. With names like Houston Nutt, Denver Johnson, and Joe Pannunzio as influences, Fowler has plenty of sounding boards to bounce ideas off of. “The best thing that has happened to me is that Coach Nutt is not coaching anymore,” said Fowler. “Now I have unlimited access to him. I really use these coaches as guides and examples of coaching the right way. They have meant so much to me in my development as a coach and as a human being.” At the end of the day for Fowler, only one thing matters, and it isn’t necessarily winning games. “The most rewarding part of coaching is watching these kids graduate,” said Fowler. “We have a lot of first generation college students, as I was myself. My mom and dad influenced me more than anyone else and I haven’t missed a day of school or work my entire life. I want to set an example for these young men and show them that dedication and a drive to succeed are all you need to be something in life.” The 2011 team was Fowler’s real beginning as a head coach because he was able to play the players he recruited. With that squad, Tarleton overcame a 1-5 start to finish 6-5 on the year with five straight victories, including big conference wins over Incarnate Word, Texas A&M-Kingsville, and Angelo State. At 5-3 in league play, the Texans finished fourth overall behind ranked teams like Midwestern St., Abilene Christian, and West

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After two seasons at Austin Peay State in Clarksville, Tenn., Fowler transferred to Murray (Ky.) State to begin what would be a nine-year relationship with the Racers’ football program. In 1993 and 1994, he was a safety and standout special teams performer before moving into a graduate assistant role from 1995-96. Fowler’s role would grow into his first full-time coaching job in 1997 when he was put in charge of the Murray State secondary. He became recruiting coordinator later that year before becoming the linebackers and free safety coach in 1999. During his four seasons as a full-time coach at Murray State, Fowler coached two All Americans in cornerback Willie Hampton (1998) and safety Beau Guest (2000). Fowler continued his coaching successes at Midwestern State as the defensive coordinator in 2001 where he coached a pair of All-Americans including linebacker Columbus Wooley and safety Germont Jackson. Fowler earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Murray State in 1994. Fowler married the former Shanan Dunn in June of 2002. The couple are the proud parents of two daughters: Sophi and Bella.

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Head Coaching Records As a Junior College

COACH (YEARS) Johnny Dunn (1961-66) Hobart Lytal (1967-69) Lloyd Taylor (1970-72) Buddy Fornes (173-82) Bobby Fox (1983-84) Bill Pringle (1985-87) Hal McAfee (1988-92) Ronnie Roemisch (1993-95) Todd Whitten (1996, 2000-04) Craig Wederquist (1997-99) Sam McElroy (2005-09) Cary Fowler (2010-Present) ALL-TIME SENIOR COLLEGE RECORD OVERALL RECORD

PCT. .382 .143 .172 .399 .400 .652 .667 .306 .662 .364 .727 .469 .477 .496

Top-10 Winningest Coaches (Pct.) W-L-T 40-15-0 36-18-0 5-2-2 45-23-0 21-11-1 71-35-15 18-10-1 25-15-4 9-7-2 11-9-0

Top-10 Winningest Coaches (WINS) COACH (YEARS) W.J. Wisdom (1920-22, 24-28, 30-35) Todd Whitten (1996, 2000-04) Sam McElroy (2005-09) Buddy Fornes (173-82) Hal McAfee (1988-92) H.A. “Sandy” Sanford (1951-59) A.B. Hays (1913-20) Bill Pringle (1985-87) Johnny Dunn (1961-66) Ear Rudder (1938-40)

W-L-T 71-35-15 45-23-0 40-15-0 39-59-1 36-18-0 33-46-3 25-15-4 21-11-1 21-34-0 18-10-1

PCT. .648 .662 .727 .399 .667 .420 .613 .652 .382 .637

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PCT. .727 .667 .667 .662 .652 .648 .637 .613 .555 .550

Div. II Playoffs Div. II Playoffs Div. II Playoffs First year in D- II NAIA playoffs NAIA playoffs NAIA playoffs Sunflower Bowl Aztec Bowl NAIA playoffs Forfeit win not included Aztec Bowl First year Senior College

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COACH (YEARS) Sam McElroy (2005-09) Hal McAfee (1988-92) T.G. Fields (1941) Todd Whitten (1996, 2000-04) Bill Pringle (1985-87) W.J. Wisdom (1920-22, 24-28, 30-35) Ear Rudder (1938-40) A.B. Hays (1913-20) H.J. “Choc” Sanders (1936-37) Willie Zapalac (1949-50)

PCT. .600 .545 .273 .769 .727 .818 .600 .700 .636 .667 .818 .769 .545 .455 .273 .364 .500 .091 .350 .500 .600 .300 .917 .750 .700 .750 .864 .300 .545 .222 .500 .600 .300 .600 .850 .700 .222 .091 .091 .100 .100 .300 .111 .100 .222 .111 .700 .300 .333 .333 .222 .375

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W-L-T 21-34-0 4-24-0 5-24-0^ 39-59-1 8-12-0 21-11-1 36-18-0 9-21-1 45-23-0 12-21-0 40-15-0 15-17 255-279-3 446-453-33

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COACH (YEARS) 2012 Cary Fowler 2011 Cary Fowler 2010 Cary Fowler 2009 Sam McElroy 2008 Sam McElroy 2007 Sam McElroy 2006 Sam McElroy 2005 Sam McElroy 2004 Todd Whitten 2003 Todd Whitten 2002 Todd Whitten 2001 Todd Whitten 2000 Todd Whitten 1999 Craig Wederquist 1998 Craig Wederquist 1997 Craig Wederquist 1996 Todd Whitten 1995 Ronnie Roemisch 1994 Ronnie Roemisch 1993 Ronnie Roemisch 1992 Hal McAfee 1991 Hal McAfee 1990 Hal McAfee 1989 Hal McAfee 1988 Hal McAfee 1987 Bill Pringle 1986 Bill Pringle 1985 Bill Pringle 1984 Bobby Fox 1983 Bobby Fox 1982 Buddy Fornes 1981 Buddy Fornes 1980 Buddy Fornes 1979 Buddy Fornes 1978 Buddy Fornes 1977 Buddy Fornes 1976 Buddy Fornes 1975 Buddy Fornes 1974 Buddy Fornes 1973 Buddy Fornes 1972 Lloyd Taylor 1971 Lloyd Taylor 1970 Lloyd Taylor 1969 Hobart Lytal 1968 Hobart Lytal 1967 Hobart Lytal 1966 Johnny Dunn 1965 Johnny Dunn 1964 Johnny Dunn 1963 Johnny Dunn 1962 Johnny Dunn 1961 Johnny Dunn

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PCT. .613 .648 .375 .222 .555 .637 .667 .111 .312 .241 .550 .420 .555 .521

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W-L-T 25-15-4 71-35-15 3-5-0 1-6-2 9-7-2 18-10-1 5-2-2 1-8-0 2-5-1 7-22-0 11-9-0 33-46-3 5-4-0 191-174-30

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COACH (YEARS) A.B. Hays (1913-20) W.J. Wisdom (1920-22, 24-28, 30-35) Davis R. Pena (1923) W.A. Hall (1929) H.J. “Choc” Sanders (1936-37) Ear Rudder (1938-40) T.G. Fields (1941) Jimmie Marshall (1944) Marshall Hughes (1945) C.M. “Dutch” Flory (1946-48) Willie Zapalac (1949-50) H.A. “Sandy” Sanford (1951-59) Johnny Dunn (1960) ALL-TIME JUNIOR COLLEGE RECORD

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Henry

Cofer

Assistant Head Coach/ Defensive Coordinator Eighth Season Hometown......................... Dallas, Texas High School........................Kimball High Alma Mater.......Sam Houston State ‘97 Family................... Daughter, Krysilynne

Cofer’s Coaching Ledger

Year School 2006 Tarleton State 2007 Tarleton State 2008 Tarleton State 2009 Tarleton State 2010 Tarleton State 2011 Tarleton State 2012 Tarleton State Total 7 Years

Position Record LB 6-4 LB 9-2 LB 8-3 LB 10-3 DC 3-8 DC 6-5 DC 6-4 Asst 52-29

Henry Cofer enters his eighth season at Tarleton where he will serve as the linebackers’ mentor and the defensive coordinator. This will be his fourth year as defensive coordinator for the purple and white. Prior to his full-time stint for the Texans, Cofer spent two seasons as a graduate assistant coach at Tarleton. Cofer came to Tarleton with several years of high school experience. In 2012, Cofer was inspirational in the Texan defense earning seven all-conference honors, including three first team selections (Rufus Johnson, Marquis Wadley and Dashaun Phillips), a second team selection (Brian Ford) and three honorable mention selections (Matt Knicky, Blair Johnson, Charles Moore). The 2011 season saw the emergence of a young core of linebackers Cofer groomed for success. Wadley, a sophomore at the time finished with 119 tackles, which led the LSC. In his first season as the coordinator in 2010, the Texans played many young players all over the field, and the coach mentored a defense that was led by Damian Perkins with 99 tackles and Brandon Johnson with 86 total stops. In 2009, Cofer coached Marcus Phillips to an All-LSC First Team pick in his second season as a full-time coach. In 2007, Cofer coached the All-LSC First Team selection Vernon Smith after mentoring 2006 LSC South Division Linebacker of the Year Erick Smith who led the team, and was second in the conference, in tackles with 99. The linebacking corps was a huge part of a strong defense that was No. 1 in rushing defense and No. 2 in total defense. “When I came to Tarleton, I really wanted to gain experience at the collegiate coaching level, and I had a prior relationship with former Head Coach Sam McElroy from Sam Houston State,” Cofer said. “I have a passion 2013 Texan Football Media Guide

for the game of football, and I jumped at the chance to work at a family-oriented institution. This was, and continues to be, a great opportunity for me.” After attending the University of Arizona for one year, Cofer transferred to Sam Houston State where he lettered three seasons for the Bearkats and graduated in 1997 with a degree in kinesiology. He received all-conference honors while at SHSU. Cofer served as the defensive coordinator at Austin Johnston High School for four years (1997-2000) before coaching at Pflugerville High School for the next five seasons. While at Pflugerville, he helped coached the 2004 and 2005 Bi-District Champions and area runner-ups. In his five years there, Pflugerville claimed three district championships and he worked with four Division I signees at the runningback position. They made the playoffs all five seasons. Cofer, who completed his master’s degree at Tarleton in December of 2007, also serves as the professional football contact for the Texan coaching staff. Cofer has a 13-year-old daughter, Krysilynne.


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Carrigan Offensive Coordinator Fourth Season

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After spending the 2009 season at Texas-El Paso, Justin Carrigan came to Tarleton as the quarterbacks coach and the passing game coordinator. Now in his fourth year as an assistant coach with the Texans, Carrigan moves into his second season as the offensive coordinator. In his first year as offensive coordinator in 2012, Carrigan helped the Texan offense amass 4,625 yards and 41 touchdowns last season averaging 462.5 yards per game. Having to use two quarterbacks throughout the season due to injury Carrigan helped them combine for 255-of-399 with 15 interceptions and 21 touchdowns, including a school record 99-yard touchdown from Jake Fenske to Cordell Valentine in a win over North Alabama. Under the direction of Carrigan seven Texans earned Second Team All-LSC honors while three earned Honorable Mention All-LSC. As the wide receivers coach in 2011, Carrigan coached a squad of wide outs that combined for 3,197 yards on 258 receptions, including 21 touchdowns. Tarleton averaged 290.6 yards through the air each game last season. In 2010, Carrigan helped coach quarterbacks Nick Stephens and Aaron Doyle who combined for 2,256 yards through the air and 12 touchdowns while both were fighting through injuries. In 2009 at UTEP, Carrigan helped the Miner offense average 428.7 yards per game, including 277.6 yards through the air as he worked with the passing game at UTEP. The starting quarterback had a 130.1 efficiency rating and threw for over 3,300 yards and 17 touchdowns. Carrigan spent four years at Lone Star Conference South Division rival Midwestern State prior to his stint at UTEP. He was a graduate assistant at MSU in 2005 before being promoted to strength and conditioning/receivers coach. He also served as passing game coordinator for the Mustangs. At Midwestern State, Carrigan coached one of the most

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Position Record WR/S&C 10-3 WR/Pass Coord. 8-3 WR/Pass Coord. 6-4 Off. Assist. 4-8 QB/Pass Coord. 3-8 WR 6-5 OC 6-4 Asst 43-35

The Players

Year School 2006 Midwestern State 2007 Midwestern State 2008 Midwestern State 2009 Texas-El Paso 2010 Tarleton State 2011 Tarleton State 2012 Tarleton State Total 7 Years

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Hometown...................Carrollton, Texas High School....................R.L. Tuner High Alma Mater.................Angelo State ‘03 Family..............................Wife, Heather

prolific offenses in the Lone Star Conference at the time, including quarterback Daniel Polk. In 2008, MSU averaged 319.2 yards per game while the Mustangs averaged 549.4 yards per game in 2007. Polk averaged 322.6 yards per game on his own as a duel-threat quarterback. The previous season under a two-quarterback system, MSU averaged 436.5 yards per game, including 194.5 yards passing and 242.0 yards per game on the ground. Carrigan played at Angelo State, where he was a two-time All-LSC safety. He received the school’s Greg Stokes Award in 2000. As a senior, Carrigan recorded two interceptions, scored a touchdown, recorded 65 total tackles, five tackles for a loss of minus-15 yards, had three pass breakups and receovered two fumbles for 18 yards with two forced fumbles. He earned his degree in kinesiology in 2003 and has received a master’s degree in sports administration. Carrigan is married to the former Heather West, who also works on campus in the graduation office.

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Chris

Mineo

Defensive Line/ Recruiting Coordinator Sixth Season Hometown....................... Odessa, Texas High School...................... Permian High Alma Mater................ Texas-El Paso ‘06 Family...............................Wife, Crystal, Children, Cayden, Bailey and Cai

Mineo’s Coaching Ledger

Year School 2008 Tarleton State 2009 Tarleton State 2010 Tarleton State 2011 Tarleton State 2012 Tarleton State Total 5 Years

Position Record DL 8-3 DL 10-3 DL 3-8 DL 6-5 DL 6-4 Asst 33-23

Chris Mineo enters his sixth season at Tarleton and third year as a full-time coach after serving as a graduate assistant coach for the Texans for two seasons. He will be in charge of the defensive line for the fifth straight year. In 2012 Mineo coached a defensive line that helped the Texan defense hold opponents to just 3.9 yards per rush and 137.8 rushing yards per game. His defensive line accounted for 18.5 of the 29 total sacks the defense had. The 2011 season saw Mineo’s crew make a statement as his line combined for 20 sacks and 48.5 tackles for loss. Rufus Johnson finished No. 2 in the LSC with 15.5 tackles for loss while Logan Johnson finished No. 3 in the LSC with eight sacks. In 2010, he mentored a defensive line that averaged 24 tackles per game among the top seven players on the line. In 2009, he coached one of the best defensive lines in the Lone Star Conference. He coached Second Team All-LSC South Division selections Ben Taifane and Alonzo Horton and honorable mention members Bryant Bray and Jamaal Steamer. In 2008, he helped direct Second Team All-LSC South Division selection Jamaal Steamer and honorable mention selection Alonzo Horton. In 2008, the Texan defensive line tallied 56.5 tackles for loss while the overall defense had 24 sacks. A four-year defensive lineman at the University of TexasEl Paso, Mineo signed as a free agent with the Washington Redskins after college before returning to UTEP as a student assistant in 2006. He became a graduate assistant for the Miners in the spring of 2007 before coming to Tarleton in January of this year. While at UTEP, Mineo recorded 188 tackles for the Miners, including 84 solo stops. In 2005, Mineo tallied 20 tackles, including 13 solo stops. He had eight tackles for a loss of minus-48 yards, including six sacks for minus-42 yards for the Miners in only five games as a senior. As a junior, the Odessa native was named First Team All-Western Athletic Conference as a defensive tackle after collecting 50 stops, including 39 solo 2013 Texan Football Media Guide

tackles, leading the defensive line in total stops. He tied for the team lead with eight sacks (minus-34 yards), and he was named the WAC Defensive Player of the Year against San Jose State. In 2003, Mineo led all Miner defensive linemen with 70 tackles, including 20 solo tackles. As a redshirt freshman in 2002, he played in all 12 games while making three starts. He was named to the All-WAC Freshman Team chosen by The Sporting News. He was the sixth-leading tackler with 48 stops, including five tackles for a loss of minus-14 yards. Mineo was a First Team All-District 4-5A offensive tackle and second team all-district defensive end as a senior at Permian High School. The 2001 graduate of PHS was a three-year varsity letterwinner for the Panthers, and a four-year baseball letterman at pitcher and first base. Mineo and his wife, Crystal, have three children, Cayden, Brailey and Cai.


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Defensive Backs/ Camp Director Fourth Season

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Hometown.........................Celina, Texas High School.......................... Celina High Alma Mater.........Midwestern State ‘10 Family.................................... Wife, Kari

is working on his master’s degree in kinesiology. While in high school, he helped his team to state championships in 2001 and 2002 with perfect 16-0 records each season.

 Martin married his wife, Kari, last summer.

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Martin’s Coaching Ledger

Position Record DE 3-8 DE 6-5 DB 6-4 Asst 15-17

The Players

Year School 2010 Tarleton State 2011 Tarleton State 2012 Tarleton State Total 3 Years

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Jacob Martin returns to the Texan coaching staff for the fourth season Tarleton. He will coach the defensive backs for the purple and white in 2013. Martin coached a group of rovers that were part of a defense that held opponents to 3.9 yards per rush and 137.8 rushing yards per game. The Texan defense totaled 29 sacks with 10 of them coming from senior defensive end Rufus Johnson who in became the highest draft pick in Tarleton history by being selected in the sixth round of the NFL draft by the New Orleans Saints. Martin joined the Texan staff in 2010 and helped the Texan rovers in his first as a graduate assistant.

 Martin came to Tarleton from Midwestern State where he played for two seasons. As a senior in 2008, Martin was named honorable mention All-Lone Star Conference as an inside linebacker for the Mustangs. He also was named honorable mention as a junior for MSU. 

 As a senior for the Mustangs, Martin was second on the team with 63 total tackles, just two behind the leader. Martin had 20 solo and 43 assisted stops, including two and a half tackles for a loss of minus-four yards. He also had a forced fumble.

 In his junior season, Martin was second on the team in tackles with 64, including 27 solo and 37 assisted tackles. He had three tackles for a loss of minus-18 yards, including one and a half sacks for minus-14 yards. He also had five breakups and a recovered fumble.

 Martin played for Tarleton head coach Cary Fowler when Fowler was the defensive coordinator at MSU.

 Martin transferred to MSU from Trinity Valley Community College where he played the 2004 and 2005 seasons. He was a preseason JUCO AllAmerican and was selected to the all-conference team both years.

 A 2004 graduate of Celina High School, Martin

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Jonathan

Beasley

Wide Receivers/ Academic Coordinator Second Season Hometown......................Glendale, Ariz. High School......................... Cactus High Alma Mater................. Kansas State ‘01 Family................................. Son, Tanner

Beasley’s Coaching Ledger

Year School Position Record 2007 Montana State Assistant 6-5 2008 Montana State Assistant 7-5 2009 Kansas State Assistant 6-6 2010 Kansas State Assistant 7-6 2011 Kansas State Assistant 11-2 2012 Tarleton State WR 6-4 Total 6 Years Asst 43-28 Jonathan Beasley enters his second season as a member of the Texan coaching staff, where he will serve as the wide receivers coach for the 2013 season. In 2012 Beasley helped the Texan receivers combine for over 2,500 yards and 18 touchdowns with two receivers amassing more than 670 yards individually. Beasley coached sophomore Clifton Rhodes III to a Second Team All-LSC selection while senior Arthur Buckingham earned Honorable Mention All-LSC honors. Beasley, a former quarterback at Kansas State, came to Tarleton after serving three years at his alma mater as an offensive assistant coach. Beasley returned to his alma mater and served as the wide receivers coach after werving as an assistant coach at Montana State in 2007 and 2008. The Bobcats went 7-5 in 2008 and 6-5 in Beasley’s first season on staff. As part of the Bobcat coaching staff, Beasley also assisted with the weekly implementation of the offensive game plan and served as the MSU Community Service Coordinator. Before arriving at Montana State, Beasley served as a graduate assistant at Emporia State as well as quarterbacks and running backs coach at Wichita North High (2006) and JV and freshman quarterbacks coach at Cactus High in Glendale, Ariz. (2003). Beasley played professionally for the Wichita Aviators in the APFL (2005), the Wichita Stealth in Arena II (2004), the NFL Jacksonville Jaguars (2003), the NFL Detroit Lions (2003), and NFL Green Bay Packers (2001). He also played for the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League (2001-02). A native of Glendale, Ariz., Beasley was a Third Team All-Big 12 selection at quarterback for K-State in 2000, and earned MVP honors in the 2001 Cotton Bowl and 1999 Holiday Bowl. He also earned MVP and team captain honors for the 2001 Hula Bowl, and was team captain for the 2001 East-West Shrine Game. Beasley was a two-year starter at Kansas State, compiling a 132.7 pass efficiency rating in 2000, the top mark in school history to that point. He threw for over 30 touchdowns in his career and finished

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with 4,642 career passing yards. He holds the school record for most yards per completion for a game (23.9), season (20.1) and career (17.9) while also compiling a 21-4 record in two seasons as the Wildcat starting quarterback. He led K-State to a Big 12 Championship Game appearance against Oklahoma as a senior, and led the Wildcats to a win over Nebraska that same season by throwing a game-winning 12-yard scoring strike in the game’s final three minutes. Beasley currently resides in Stephenville and has a three-year old son, Tanner.


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Martin

Offensive Line Second Season

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Hometown............ Spring Branch, Texas High School.......... Smithson Valley High Alma Mater...............Tarleton State ‘11 Family................................Wife, Lauryn

Martin’s Coaching Ledger

Position Record OL 6-4 Asst 6-4

The Players

Year School 2012 Tarleton State Total 1 Year

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Josh Martin has returned to Tarleton as a coach in 2012 after playing for the Texans from 2007-10. He will coach the offensive line for the Texans. Martin coached an offensive line that helped the Texan offensive pile up 1,982 yards on the ground and blocked for two quarterbacks that threw for 2,864 through the air in 2012. The 2012 season saw three offensive linemen earn Second Team All-LSC and one earn Honorable Mention All-LSC under the direction of Martin. Martin started on the offensive line for three years as a Texan, including the 2009 season which Tarleton earned a Lone Star Conference Championship and advanced to the second round of the NCAA playoffs. After receiving his bachelor¹s degree in Kinesiology from Tarleton in 2011, Martin headed north to Texas Tech to earn his master¹s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. While at Texas Tech, Martin was a graduate assistant and worked under former Tarleton head coach Sam McElroy and current TCU coach Chad Glasgow in the fall of 2011. In the spring of 2012, Martin coached alongside Former Texas Tech and current University of Kentucky offensive coordinator Neal Brown. Martin is the son of Joe and Peggy Martin. His father, Joe, coached Garland High School to the 1999 5A state championship and is the current assistant executive director of the Texas High School Coaches Association. Martin married the former Lauryn Turner in the summer of 2013. Lauryn¹s father Brad Turner is the head football coach at Springtown High School. Josh also has a brother on the Texan football team, Ryan.

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Mike

Trenton

Running Backs Second Season

Wide Receivers Second Season

Hometown............... San Antonio, Texas High School.......... Smithson Valley High Alma Mater...............Tarleton State ‘11 Family.......................................... Single

Hometown........................ Borger, Texas High School......................... Borger High Alma Mater...............Tarleton State ‘14 Family.......................................... Single

Hernandez

Hernandez’s Coaching Ledger

Year School 2011 Tarleton State 2012 Tarleton State Total 1 Year

Position Record RB 6-5 RB 6-4 Asst 6-4

Mike Hernandez returns for his third season with the Texans and will assist in the day-to-day operations of the Tarleton running backs corps. As an assistant for the Texans last season, Hernandez helped guide the running game to accumulate over 1,600 yards on the ground and score 14 touchdowns. He was instrumental in both Vaughn Smith and Zach Henshaw earning All-LSC honors following the regular season. 
 Hernandez moved to the coaching ranks after playing for the Texans during the 2010 season where he started on the offensive line. 
 
 He missed the 2009 season with an injury after transferring to Tarleton from Cisco Junior College. He was a unanimous first team all-conference selection at CJC. He was also named a first team AllAmerican. 
 
 A 2003 graduate of Smithson Valley High School in San Antonio, Hernandez received his degree from Tarleton in 2011.

Kirklin

Trenton Kirkland joined the Texans coaching staff as a student assistant for the 2012 season.
The second year student assistant will help with the wide receivers for the 2013 season. Kirkland had a hand in a pair of Texan wide receivers earning allconference honors in 2012. Texan receivers combined to accumulate over 2,500 yards and had 18 touchdowns on the year. Kirkland is currently an undergraduate student at Tarleton in the kinesiology program.
 The Borger native signed on to play quarterback for Tarleton following his high school graduation in 2010, but an ankle injury suffered prior to graduation ended his playing career.

 After two years of rehab, “Coach Fowler has blessed me with the opportunity to join the staff and get a head start in my coaching career,” said Kirkland.

 Kirkland was academic all-state, an all-state honorable mention quarterback and all-district in four sports during his career at Borger High School.

 He is the son of Irvin and Sherry Kirkland and has a brother, Tyler.

Jason

crawford Tight Ends First Season

Hometown...............Stephenville, Texas High School................ Stephenville High Alma Mater...............Tarleton State ‘14 Family................................ Wife, Rachel Sons, Robert and Ian Jason Crawford is in his first season with the Texans and his third season overall as a coach. Crawford is currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in kinesiology from Tarleton State and has an anticipated graduation date of 2014. A native of Stephenville, Crawford graduated from Stephenville High School in 2001 and then served four years as a machine gunner and team leader in the United State Marine Corps. Crawford currently resides in Stephenville with his wife Rachel and their two children, Robert and Ian.

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Defensive Line First Season

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Gutierrez

Robert Pettit is in his first season with the Texans and will serve as an assistant coach with the defensive line unit. Pettit played on the offensive line at McMurry for three seasons and lettered two years in track & field at Hardin Simmons. A native of Grandview, Pettit is currently residing in Stephenville with his wife Misty and their son Keagan.

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The University

Ryan Martin will serve as a student assistant coach for the Texans after playing offensive line for Tarleton the past two seasons. Martin started all 11 games as a redshirt freshman in 2011 and was forced to sit out the 2012 season due to an injury. After further evaluation of his injury, he decided to move into a coaching role with the Texans. Martin is the brother of assistant coach Josh Martin. The San Antonio native resides in Stephenville.

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Travis McClain is in his first season with the Texan Football coaching staff. McClain will work with the Texan defensive backfield in 2013. McLain was a three-year letterwinner under head coach Art Briles at Baylor from 2007-2011. While playing for the Bears, McClain was named to the Big 12 Commissioners Honor Roll list. McLain graduated from Weatherford High School in 2007. He currently resides in Stephenville.

Hometown............... San Antonio, Texas High School.......... Smithson Valley High Alma Mater...............Tarleton State ‘13 Family.......................................... Single

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Hometown.............. Weatherford, Texas High School............... Weatherford High Alma Mater........................... Baylor ‘12 Family.......................................... Single

Martin

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McClain

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A.J. Gutierrez moves from the playing field to the sidelines after competing for the Texans the past three seasons. Gutierrez played on the offensive line for Tarleton from 2010-12 and will now serve as an assistant coach on the defensive line in 2013. A native of Fort Worth, Gutierrez graduated from Saginaw High School in 2010 before transitioning to the college game with the Texans. His parents, Linda and Alfredo Sr., continue to live in Fort Worth. Gutierrez is currently majoring in kinesiology and is scheduled to graduate in 2014.

Hometown..................Grandview, Texas High School.................. Grandview High Alma Mater.......Hardin Simmons ‘2010 Family..................................Wife, Misty Son Keagan

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Hometown.................Fort Worth, Texas High School.......................Saginaw High Alma Mater...............Tarleton State ‘14 Family.......................................... Single

Pettit

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Rusty

Jacob

Travel/Sideline Coordinator Nineteenth Season

Head Athletic Trainer Memorial Stadium Fourth Season

Jergins

Entering his 19th season of assisting the football coaching staff is Rusty Jergins, Tarleton’s Vice President for Student Life. Jergins, who travels with the team to every game, is responsible for coordinating the Texans’ travel arrangements, and he also organizes the sideline during games. As Vice President of Student Life, Rusty and his staff are responsible for planning, coordinating and implementing a variety of programs and services which are designed to provide students with the opportunity to reach their full potential academically and personally. Jergins was hired as a graduate assistant for the Division of Student Services in May of 1984 and was named the Peer Advisor Coordinator just one year later. He served in that capacity through June 1988, when his title was changed to Director of Student Activities. He was named Dean of Students in November 1989 and that title was changed again to Dean of Student Life in May 2000. He assumed the VP role in the spring of 2011. Jergins earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Tarleton. Rusty and his wife, Deslys, were married November 2001, and the couple spent part of their honeymoon at the Texans’ playoff game in Davis, Calif. They have a daughter, Adyson, and two sons, Austin and Adan.

Cheryl

Spellmeier

Football Secretary Sixteenth Season

Cheryl Spellmeier is in her 16th year as secretary for the Texan football program, and the coaches would probably tell much of the success is due to the unending help of “Miss Cheryl.” In addition to her daily secretarial duties, Spellmeier assists the coaching staff with the coordination of team travel and the organization of recruiting visits. She provides daily support and is the football players’ “mother” away from home - something in which she takes great pride. Spellmeier also assists the athletics department with individual travel coordination for all athletics department personnel as well as helping with the corporate sponsorship program. Originally from Atchinson, Kan., she has been in Stephenville for 24 years and previously worked for the City Water Department. Spellmeier, and her husband, Robert, have two daughters, Amanda and Cheri. She also has one grandson, C.J., and a granddaughter, Charidee.

Fain

Jacob Fain is in his fourth season working as the head athletic trainer for Memorial Stadium, which includes working with the Texan Football team as well as track & field and tennis teams. Fain has been a part of the Tarleton Sports Medicine staff since graduating from Tarleton State in 2008, having also worked with the men’s basketball team. A native of Brock, Fain is a licensed athletic trainer, who joined the staff on a full-time basis in August 2008. He and his wife, Jody, a December 2007 Tarleton graduate, reside in Stephenville with their two sons, Kenson and Kolsten.

Annie

Nalepa

Grad. Assistant Trainer Memorial Stadium Second Season Annie Nalepa is in her second year as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Tarleton State where she works with the football, cross-country, and track & field teams. She is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Sports Medicine, with an anticipated graduation date of May 2014. She completed her undergraduate studies at Chapman University (Orange, Calif.) in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training. Upon graduation, Nalepa passed her national athletic training board of certification. Nalepa has had experience working with collegiate level athletes for two years prior to joining the TSU Sports Medicine staff. She grew up in Austin where she graduated from St. Stephen’s Episcopal School. Nalepa, who currently resides in Stephenville, is the daughter of Karl and Martha Nalepa. She has one sibling, Kyle.

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21 Daniel Adams Defensive Back 6-0 • 180 • Fr-RS Houston, Texas (Waltrip) 2012: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2012. High School: Graduated from Waltrip High School in Houston in 2012… Named captain of his team as a senior… Received honorable mention All-State as a defensive back and kick returner in 2012… Named first team All-District 21-4A in three positions as a senior… Lettered in football for three years... Played for Head Coach Daily.

2011… Was a two-sport letter winner… Received honorable mention All-District 12-5A as a junior… Named Academic AllDistrict in 2009… Named second team All-District as a senior… Played for Head Coach Buddy McBryde. Personal: Son of Darlene Chopshi… Has one sibling, Stanley… Majoring in business management… Born on June 29, 1993.

59 Jarett Alvarado Defensive Tackle 6-3 • 245 • So-1L Rowlett, Texas (Rowlett)

Personal: Son of Daniel Adams and Tara Dimmer… Has two 2012: Served as a backup defensive tackle… Did not see any siblings, Daylen and Layla… Majoring in business administration… action in 2012. His father Daniel played college football at the University of Houston... Born on Dec. 29, 1993. 2011: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2011.

Robert Adkinson

High School: Graduated from Rowlett High School in 2011… Led his team to the Bi-District Championship in 2009 and 2010… Named second team All-District as a senior… Played for Head Coach Kiff Hardin.

Defensive Back 5-9 • 175 • Fr-RS Corsicana, Texas (Corsicana)

Personal: Son of Michelle and Frank Alvarado… Majoring in business management… Born on Jan. 27, 1993.

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2012: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2012. High School: Graduated from Corsicana High School in 2012… Named first team All-District as a senior… Named Athlete of the Year for Track in 2010… Won the state championship in the 100-meter dash as a junior and a senior. Personal: Majoring in kinesiology… Born on Aug. 3, 1992.

42 Andre Allen Defensive End 6-3 • 235 • Jr-2L Killeen, Texas (Ellison) 2012: Played in 10 games… Recorded 23 tackles, 12 of which were unassisted… Also recorded one forced fumble, one pass breakup, and 1.5 sacks. 2011: Appeared in 10 games for the Texans... Recorded six tackles from the defensive end position, three unassisted and three assisted. High School: Graduated from Ellison High School in Killeen in 2013 Texan Football Media Guide

78 Armando Alvarez Offensive Line 6-3 • 315 • Sr-1L Houston, Texas (North Shore/Blinn JC) 2012: Played in eight games for the Texans on the offensive line... Helped guide the Texan offense to 34.5 points per game. Previous College: Played at Blinn Junior College in 2011... Earned SWJC All-American honors in 2011.

 High School: Graduated from North Shore High School in Houston in 2008... Earned All-Conference honors... Helped team to State Semi-finals and a 14-1 record... Played for Head Coach Aymond.

 Personal: Son of Justa Ruiz... Has two siblings, Barbie and Bryan... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on March 25, 1990.


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Alex Anderson

Isaac Arellano

Linebacker 6-2 • 235 • Jr-2L Wills Point, Texas (Wills Point)

Kicker/Punter 5-11 • 185 • Jr-1L Euless, Texas (Trinity)

2011: Played in nine games as a redshirt freshman… Tallied eight total tackles with four of them going unassisted… Had a pair of pass breakups.

High School: Three-time all-district, 2009 smoaky.com all-state linebacker… East Texas Top Prospect Award… district defensive MVP in 2008… district linebacker of the year in 2009… 2009 Academic All-State.

74 Offensive Line 6-3 • 235 • Jr-2L Canadian, Texas (Canadian) 2012: Served as the backup deep snapper for the Texans... Did not see any action in 2012.

2010: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2010.

Blake Barnes Kicker/Punter 5-10 • 170 • So-1L Stephenville, Texas (Stephenville) 2012: Connected on 18-of-20 field goal attempts, with a season long of 47 yards coming in the final game against Angelo State… Converted a perfect 38-of-38 PAT’s... Tied a school record with five field goals made against A&M-Commerce... Recorded a combined 96.5 percent on kicking attempts, the highest in the nation... Second Team All-LSC and a Daktonics All-Super Region Four selection.

Personal: Son of Justin and Lori Barnes… Has two siblings, Tanner and Taylor… Majoring in wildlife management… Played with fellow Texans Nic Perez, Kody Travis, and Brayden Coverdale in high school... Born on Jan. 27, 1994. WWW.TARLETONSPORTS.COM

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High School: Graduated from Stephenville High School in 2012… Helped his team to the state quarterfinals as a junior and a senior… Received All-District honorable mention as a junior… Named first team All-District as a senior… Named Academic All-District in both football and soccer as a junior… Named Personal: Son of Kathy and Roger Arbuckle... Has two siblings, Academic All-State as a senior in football and soccer… Received Randall and Benjamin... Majoring in liberal studies... Born on Jan. honorable mention All-State in soccer as a senior… Played for 27, 1992. Head Coach Joseph Gillespie.

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High School: Graduated from Canadian High School in 2010... Named Academic All-District as a senior... Won state championship in 2007 and 2008... Lettered three years in football, one year in basketball and one year in golf... Named team captain as a senior... Won district championship in golf in 2010... Played for Head Coach Kyle Lynch



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2011: Appeared in one game as a redshirt freshman.

Personal: Son of Pedro and Maria Arellano… Has two siblings, Angel and Ada… Majoring in kinesiology-cardiac rehab… Born on Aug. 16, 1991.

History/Records

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High School: Graduated from Euless Trinity High School in 2009… Helped team win state championship in 2007… Led his team to a regional championship in 2008… Named first team All-District punter as a senior… Named second team All-District as a kicker in 2008… Received Academic All-State honorable mention as a senior… Played for Head Coach Steve Lineweaver.

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Personal: 2010 graduate of Wills Point High School... Son of Kyle and Jennifer Anderson... Major is industrial engineering... Birthdate is December 6, 1991.

Previous School: Played at Tyler Junior College in 2011… Named honorable mention All-Conference as a kicker and a punter.

The Players

2010: Received as a true freshman for the Texans in 2010.

2012: Punted 38 times for 1,587 yards…Averaged 41.8 yards per punt, which ranks second in school history…Had eight 50+ yard punts with a season long of 59 yards... Was a Honorable Mention All-LSC selection.

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2012: Served as a backup linebacker for the Texans… Did not see any action in 2012.

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Chris Burnett

Defensive End 6-3 • 250 • So-1L College Station, Texas (A&M Consolidated)

Offensive Line 6-0 • 280 • Sr-3L North Richland Hills, Texas (Birdville)

2012: Started in seven of the eight games that he played in... Recorded 11 solo tackles and 31 total tackles on the year... Had five tackles for a loss and a pair of sacks... Third on the team with three QB hurries... Earned Honorable Mention All-LSC honors.

2012: Started all 10 games for the Texans in his sophomore season... Helped anchor an offensive line that guided the offense to 462.5 yards per game... Helped guide the offense to 41 touchdowns on the season and averaged 34.5 points per game... Named to Second Team All-LSC.

2011: Appeared in six games for the Texans... Recorded one tackle... Saw time at defensive end and long snapper.



2011: Appeared in three games for the Texans.



2010: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2010.



2010: Played in four games on the offensive line for the Texans.

High School: Graduated from A&M-Consolidated High School in 2009... Member of Co-District Champions in 2009... Named first team All-District 12-5A as offensive lineman and long snapper in 2009... Earned third team TWA All-State honors as a senior... Named second team All-District 12-5A as a junior... Made the State Farm Academic All-State team... Lettered two years in football... Named team captain... Played for Head Coach Jim Slaughter.



2009: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2009.

Personal: Son of Sheila and David Bettiol... Has three siblings, Andrew, Kristen, and Christopher... Majoring in biomedical sciences... Born on Feb. 16, 1992.

High School: Graduated from Birdville High School in North Richland Hills in 2009… Named captain of his team as a senior... Named District 6-4A Sophomore of the Year in 2006… Named first team All-District as a junior… Named first team All-District as an Offensive Lineman and second team All-District as a Defensive Lineman in 2008… Named DFW second team AllRegion as a senior… Played for Head Coach Jim Skinner. Personal: Son of Carolyn Burnett… Has two siblings, Cecilia and Lauren… Majoring in kinesiology… Born on Dec. 27, 1990.

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Kade Cole

Defensive End 6-4 • 225 • Fr-RS Flower Mound, Texas (Marcus)

Linebacker 5-11 • 215 • So-1L Stephenville, Texas (Mineral Wells Christian)

2012: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2012. High School: Graduated from Marcus High School in Flower Mound in 2012... Named All-District in 2010 and 2011... Received the Courage Award and the Fred Jones Award... Lettered two years in football... Helped team to district championship in 2011 with a 10-2 record... Played for Head Coach Bryan Erwin. Personal: Son of Melissa Hasson and Corry Blount... Has two siblings, Dylan and Halle... Majoring in general business... Born on Dec. 22, 1993.

2012: Played in three games… Recorded five tackles and one sack. 2011: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2011. High School: Graduated first in his class from Community Christian in Mineral Wells in 2011... Member of State RunnersUp in 2009 with a 10-3 record... Named All-State linebacker as a sophomore, junior, and senior... Earned first team All-State honors as a quarterback in 2010 and 2011... Named first team All-District in 2010 and 2011 as a linebacker and quarterback... Earned invite to Texas Private Six-man All-Star Game... Lettered all four years in football... Spent two years as team captain... Played for Head Coach Bryan Horton.

 Personal: Son of Stacey and Rod Cole... Has six siblings, Aubrey, Kressyn, Delaney, Charlsey, Zane and Shadd... His father Rod is

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2012: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2012.

Kevin Day Offensive Line 6-5 • 330 • Fr-RS Dallas, Texas (Woodrow Wilson) 2012: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2012.

7 Aaron Doyle Quarterback 6-2 • 215 • Sr-3L Evant, Texas (Evant) 2012: Started in seven games for the Texans at quarterback… Finished the season 153-for-244 with 1,579 yards, ten touchdowns, and nine interceptions…Threw for a 62.7 completion percentage and a 123.21 efficiency rating… 2011: Played in six games as a sophomore... Finished the year 14-for-27 with 145 yards, one touchdown, and no interceptions... Threw for a 51.9 completion percentage and a 109.19 efficiency rating... Had a breakout performance against A&M-Commerce where he went 5-for-5 with a touchdown.

 2010: Played in four games... Rushed for 49 yards on 19 carries... Completed 42 of 81 passes for 482 yards and only two interceptions.

 2009: Redshirted due to an injury as a freshman.



Personal: Son of Tony Doyle and Sharon Nabors... Has two siblings, Tony and Chris... Majoring in criminal justice... Born on February 1, 1991. WWW.TARLETONSPORTS.COM

The University

High School: Graduated in 2009 from Evant High School... Named first team all-state as a senior at the quarterback position... Was named the district Most Valuable Player... Threw for 2,400 yards with 33 touchdowns... Rushed for 1,300 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior as well... Recorded 178 tackles... Named team captain... Named District Offensive MVP and All-State honorable mention as a junior... Named District Offensive MVP and first team All-State as a defensive back as a sophomore... Lettered in football for four years and baseball, basketball and track for two years each... Played for Head Coach Keith Stifflemire.



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Personal: Son of Jacqueline Fields… Majoring in kinesiology… Born on Jan. 6, 1994.

Personal: Son of Deanna and Kevin Deal... Has two sisters, Emily and Amanda... Majoring in agriculture.

The LSC

High School: Graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas in 2012… Led his team to District and Bi-District Championships as a senior… Named first team All-District as a junior… Named second team All-District as a senior.

High School: Graduated from Ponder High School in 2012... Alldistrict and all-state offensive lineman as a senior... Lettered in power lifting as well.

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2012: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2012.

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Personal: Son of Nicki Colbert and Leroy Coverdale... Has two siblings, Makinzi and Kallie... High school teammates of fellow Texans Nic Perez, Blake Barnes, and Kody Travis... Born on March 23, 1994.

Offensive Line 6-2 • 275 • Fr-RS Ponder, Texas (Ponder)

The Players

High School: Graduated from Stephenville High School in 2012... Helped team to regional finals as a junior and senior... Named to DFW Super Team first team as a senior... Earned Padilla Poll first team All-State, THSCA second team All-State and THSWA honoroable mention All-State honors in 2011... Named to THSCA Academic All-State team in football and baseball... Lettered in fooball, baseball, track, and golf... Played for Head Coach Joseph Gillespie.



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Defensive Back 6-2 • 210 • Fr-RS Stephenville, Texas (Stephenville)

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50 Ronnie Faimoa Defensive Tackle 6-3 • 300 • Sr-1L Pago Pago, American Samoa (Samoana) 2012: Played in 10 games… Recorded 16 tackles, three of which were unassisted… Also had one fumble recovery, 1.5 sacks, and 4.5 tackles for loss.

Bailey, Colton, Dayne, and Major... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on Oct. 23, 1989.

36 Devin Figures Defensive Back 5-10 • 185 • Jr-2L Jefferson, Texas (Jefferson)

Previous College: Played two years at West Hills Junior College... Named All-Conference Defensive Player of the Week once.



2012: Recorded 26 tackles, 18 of which were unassisted… Also recorded two interceptions, two pass breakups, and one sack.

High School: Graduated from Samoana High School in Pago Pago, A.S. in 2009... Was a two year letter winner and captain of the football team... Named Defensive Lineman of the Year in 2009... Played for Head Coach Pepine Lauvao.



2011: Sat out the season due to an injury.



Personal: Son of Leti and Talofa Faimoa... Has four siblings, Talofa, Feagai, Fofoga, and Ann... Majoring in criminal justice... Born on June 6, 1991 in American Samoa.

15 Jake Fenske QuarterBack 6-4 • 220 • 3L Round Rock, texas (McNeil) 2012: Saw action in 5 games for the Texans… Finished the season 102-for-154 with 1,285 yards with eleven touchdowns and six interceptions… Threw for a school record 66.2 completion percentage and had a 152.10 efficiency rating… Longest completion of the season was a school record 99 yard touchdown pass to Cordell Valentine in a 38-28 win over North Alabama... Set a new school record with 460 passing yards against Angelo State... Was named an All-State Good Works Team nominee. 2011: Appeared in three games... Went 1-for-3 in his appearance against Millsaps College as part of a 44-3 victory. 2010: Was back-up quarterback. 2009: Was back-up quarterback... Appeared in one game. 2008: Redshirted his first year at Tarleton.

2010: Appeared in two games for the Texans. High School: Graduated from Jefferson High School in 2010… Lettered in five sports: football, baseball, basketball, track and field, and cross country… Named first team All-District from 2007-2010… Qualified for state in track as a senior… Member of Bi-District Champions in 2010... Named team captain in football... Played for Head Coach Scott Hale. Personal: Son of Sarah and Rickie Figures… Has two siblings, Rickie and Sadarius… Majoring in kinesiology… Born on Sept. 4, 1992.

19 Kason Fornes Wide Receiver 5-11 • 175 • Fr-RS Kerrville, texas (Kerrville Tivy) 2012: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2012. High School: Graduated from Tivy High School in 2012... Lettered three years in football and named team captain... Named second team All-State, first team All-District, first team All-Area as a senior... Named second team All-District as a junior... Made Academic All-State in 2011... Member of Regional Champions in 2011, Area Champions in 2010, and made the quarterfinals in 2009... Helped team to 20-11 record in three years on varsity... Played for Head Coach Mark Smith.


Personal: Son of Kim and Kobe Fornes... Has two siblings, Keaton and Keller... Grandson of former Tarleton Athletic Director and High School: Graduated from McNeil High School in 2008... football head coach Buddy Fornes... Major is undecided... Born Named team captain as a senior... Played football for two years... on June 7, 1994. Played for Head Coach Robert Wilcox. Personal: Son of Becki Russell... Has six siblings, Zach, Nick, 2013 Texan Football Media Guide


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Jade Grant

Wide Receiver 5-10 • 185 • Sr-2L El Paso, Texas (Irvin/Texas-El Paso)

Defensive End 6-1 • 215 • So-1L Richardson, Texas (Berkner)

2011: Sat out the season due to injury.



Personal: Son of Nanette and William Randall… Has three siblings, Kennetha, Shante, and William… Majoring in kinesiology… Born on June 13, 1990.

Juan Gonzalez Defensive Tackle 6-3 • 285 • Jr-2L Arlington, Texas (Seguin)

2011: Recorded eight tackles in 11 appearances... Had a seasonhigh two tackles against Midwestern St.



High School: Graduated from Seguin High School in Arlington... Named All-District in football... Was team captain... Member of Bi-District Champions... Lettered two years in football... Played for Head Coach Carlos Lynn.



Offensive Line 6-5 • 255 • So-1L McKinney, Texas (McKinney) 2012: Saw action in three games for the Texans in his reshirt season with the Texans. 2011: Appeared in one game, against Angelo State... Earned redshirt freshman status. High School: Graduated from McKinney High School in 2011... Named honorable mention in 2010... Earned second team AllDistrict honors as a senior... Lettered three years in football... Played for Head Coach Jeff Smith.

 Personal: Son of Melissa Rudd and Mike Harvey... Has two siblings, Tyler and Collin... Born on Dec. 17, 1992.


22 Zach Henshaw Running Back 5-10 • 200 • So-1L Canyon Lake, Texas (Canyon Lake) 2012: Played in nine games… Rushed 106 times for 562 yards and a team high seven rushing touchdowns… Averaged 62.4 yards per game... Rushed for a career-high 119 yards against WWW.TARLETONSPORTS.COM

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Personal: Son of Jackie and Juan Gonzalez... Has three siblings, Seymour, Igor, and Gabby... Majoring in business administration... Born on Feb. 13, 1992.

Spencer Harvey

Texan Football

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2012: Started all 10 games for the Texans... Recorded seven solo tackles and was in on 15 total tackles... Tallied four tackles for a loss and 1.5 sacks on the season.

Personal: Son of Danielle Greer... Has six siblings, Julian, Kyra, E.J., Jordan, Shariel, and Jor-El... Majoring in biology.

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High School: Graduated from Lloyd V. Berkner High School in Richardson in 2011... Earned second team All-District honors in 2010... Named second team All-City and second team AllAcademic as a senior... Received the Leadership Award and 110% Effort Award... Named team captain... Played for Head Coach Jim Leadford.



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High School: Graduated from Irvin High School in El Paso in 2008… Was a two-time letter winner in football… Named captain of his team as a senior… Won District Championship in track as a junior and a senior… Played for Head Coach Mark Torrez.

2011: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2011.



The Players

2010: Led team with 44 catches for 704 yards and six touchdowns... Averaged 16.0 yards per catch... Averaged 70.4 yards per game, which was No. 9 in the conference. Previous School: Attended University of Texas at El Paso from 2008 to 2010.

2012: Served as a backup linebacker for the Texans… Did not see any action in 2012.

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2012: Recorded 46 receptions for 674 yards and three touchdowns… Averaged 67.4 yards per game…Averaged 14.7 yards per catch.

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A&M-Commerce... Recorded a career-high three touchdowns against the Lions as well. Was a second Team All-LSC selection. High School: Graduated from Canyon Lake High School in Fischer in 2012… Was a three year letterman… Named captain of his team as a senior… Named first team All-District, Academic AllDistrict, and first team All-County as a sophomore… Led team to Bi-DIstrict Championship in 2010... Named first team All-District, Academic All-District, and County Offensive MVP in 2010… Named second team All-State in two different polls as a senior… Named second team Academic All-State, third team All-Centex, first team All-District, and first team All-County in 2011… Played for Head Coach Monzingo. Personal: Son of Sherri Henshaw… Has one sibling, Ashley… Majoring in communications… Born on Nov. 30, 1993.

64 Robert Hinton Offensive Line 6-4 • 285 • So-1L Rockwall, Texas (Rockwall) 2012: Played in one game for the Texans in 2012. 2011: Played in six games as a freshman, started in one... Part of the No. 4-scoring offense in the LSC... Team averaged 120 yards rushing in the six contests played in... Team allowed just three sacks in the six games as well.

 High School: Graduated from Rockwall High School in 2011... Named honorable mention all-academic in 2010... Made second team all-district offensive and defensive line for two years... Played center... Was part of district championship team in 2010 with 45-4 record... Lettered three years in football, four years in wrestling and two years in track... Played for Head Coach Scott Smith.

 Personal: Son of Robert and Tammi Hinton... Has three siblings, Brandon, Danielle, and Kaylee... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on August 10, 1993.

2011: Played in all 11 games for Tarleton... Recorded 41 tackles, 22 of which were solo... Had 1.5 tackles for loss, two pass breakups, and two passes defended.

 2010: Appeared in 10 games... Totaled 45 tackles... Recorded 21 unassisted and 24 assisted tackles... Broke up two passes and had two quarterback hits... Had six tackles for loss. High School: Graduated from Daingerfield High School in 2009… Was a three-time letter winner… Named captain of his team as a senior… Led his team to a State Championship as a senior with a 15-1 record… Named District Defensive MVP as a Junior… Named All-State as a junior and a senior… Named first team All-District in 2007 and 2008… Played for Head Coach Barry Bowman. Personal: Son of Johnie and Bridgette Hurndon… Has three siblings, Billy, Johnie, and Feclite… Majoring in kinesiology… Born on May 11, 1991.

31 Dan Jackson Linebacker 6-0 • 200 • Sr-1L Mansfield, Texas (Mansfield/TVCC) 2012: Received a medical redshirt in 2012. 2011: Finished second on the team with 74 total tackles, which included 33 solo tackles... Notched eight tackles for a loss and one sack on the year... Recorded five pass breakups and five pass deflections. Previous College: Played at Trinity Valley Community College in 2008 and 2009, Was first team all-conference freshman and sophomore years. High School: Named all-district in football for four years and allstate in football and power lifting his senior, Also participated in track and power lifting. Personal
: 2008 graduate of Mansfield High School, Son of Don and Gayle Jackson, Has four siblings, Major is kinesiology, Birthdate is March 17.

14 Julius Hurndon Rover 5-10 • 210 • Sr-3L Daingerfield, Texas (Daingerfield) 2012: Played in 10 games… Recorded 32 tackles, 17 of which were solo… Had one pass breakup and 1.5 tackles for loss. 2013 Texan Football Media Guide

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2012: Played in six games… Recorded three tackles.

72 Lucas Love Offensive Line 6-4 • 280 • Jr-2L Van Alstyne, Texas (Van Alstyne) 2012: Started all 10 games for the Texans in his sophomore season... Helped anchor an offensive line that guided the offense to 462.5 yards per game... Helped guide the offense to 41 touchdowns on the season and averaged 34.5 points per game... Named to Second Team All-LSC. 2011: Appeared in 10 games for the Texans and started all 10 games on the offensive line... Helped protect quarterback Nick Stephens for nine 250+ yard passing games.

 2010: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2010. High School: Graduated from Van Alstyne High School in 2010... Led team to District Championship in 2010 with a 10-1 record... Named All-District offensive tackle and defensive end... Named second team All-Texoma Land defensive end... Lettered two years in football and baseball... Named team captain... Played for Head Coach Mikeal Miller.

 Personal: Son of Robin Gade and Allen Love... Has seven siblings, Ty, Brent, Amanda, Karson, Megan, Sydney, and Samantha... Majoring in animal production... Born on June 24, 1992. WWW.TARLETONSPORTS.COM

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High School: Graduated from Trinity Christian High School in 2012… Named captain of his team… Helped his team reach the state semi-finals in 2008… Named second team All-District in 2010… Named first team All-District and second team All-State as a senior… Was a four-year letter winner... Was an honor roll student in 2011 and 2012... Played for Head Coach Mike Helmer.

Personal: Son of Kemp and Charlene Louis… Has two siblings, Graham and Ashlyn… Majoring in kinesiology… Born on March 11, 1994.

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Linebacker 6-0 • 215 • So-1L Cedar Hill, Texas (Trinity Christian)

High School: Graduated from Euless Trinity High School in 2012… Named captain as a senior… Helped his team win the district championship in 2011 and the state championship in 2009… Named first team All-District 6-5A as a senior… Named Academic All-District in 2011… Made state semi-finals in 2010... Played for Head Coach Steve Lineweaver.

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Personal: Son of Deshawn Jackson, Grandson of Melanie Boone... Majoring in business... Born on April 3, 1989.

Defensive Back 5-9 • 180 • So-1L Euless, Texas (Trinity)

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High School: Graduated from Seguin High School in 2007... Recorded 86 tackles and three interceptions as a senior... Had three kickoff returns for touchdowns as well as two punt returns... Recorded eight receptions for 210 yards and a score on offense... Selected to play in the Lone Star Arena Football Classic and selected for Oil Bowl... Had seven interceptions, six taken back for touchdowns as a junior... Named All-San Antonio selection as a junior... Member of District and Area Champions as a sophomore and junior... Named All-American... Earned AllDistrict honors three years in a row... Lettered in basketball as well... Named team captain as a senior... Played for Head Coach Clint Hartman.



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The Players

Previous College: Transferred to Tarleton from Oklahoma... Played in five games in 2009... Recorded four assisted tackles... Was named All-Big 12 Academic second team in 2008... Named Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week three times... Played in nine games as a member of the special teams and reserve in the secondary... Registered a season-high three tackles against Chattanooga... Broke up first career pass against Washington... Redshirted in 2007



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2011: Played in all 11 games... Started in 10 games... Named second team All-Lone Star Conference... Recorded 64 tackles, which was fourth on the team... Recorded 42 solo tackles... Had a career-high 14 tackles against Midwestern State... Totaled three tackles for loss... Second on team with three interceptions... Led Tarleton with 137 interception return yards and one touchdown... Recorded two pass break-ups, five passes defended, and two fumble recoveries... Returned fumble for touchdown against Eastern New Mexico... Returned punts and kicks... Totaled 131 return yards (80 on punts, 51 on kickoffs).

Personal: Son of Natasha and William Lee… Majoring in psychology… Born on Nov. 18 1993.

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Dominique Martin

2011: Started all 11 games in the tight end position... Caught six passes for 73 yards... Averaged 12.2 yards per catch.



Wide Receiver 5-10 • 165 • Fr-RS Lancaster, Texas (Lancaster) 2012: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2012. High School: Graduated from Lancaster High School in 2012… Named captain of his team… Named honorable mention as a senior… Lettered two years in football... Earned Community Service Award… Played for Head Coach Christopher Gilbert. Personal: Son of Money Martin and Erika Murphy… Has three siblings, Money, Marcie, and Marcus… Majoring in Communications… Born on Nov. 25, 1993.

33 Marc Martinez Linebacker 6-0 • 220 • Jr-2L Waco, Texas (Midway) 2012: Started and played in 10 games… Recorded 55 tackles, 25 of which were unassisted… Also recorded 8.5 tackles for loss, one sack, and one pass breakup. 2011: Played in five games before an injury ended his season.

 High School: Graduated from Waco Midway High School in 2011... Was a four-year letter winner in football... Earned Academic All-State honors... Named first team All-District as a sophomore, junior, and senior... Named Super Cen-Tex second team running back as a junior and honorable mention linebacker as a senior... Made Super Cen-Tex All-Academic Team in 2010... Was team captain... Member of District Champions in 2009 and 2010... Helped team to 33-6 record his last three years of school... Also lettered in baseball... Played for Coach Gambill.

 Personal: Son of Lisa and Roger Martinez... Has two siblings, Max and Matt... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on Oct. 19, 1992.


2010: Started seven of the nine games he appeared in. High School: Graduated from Smithson Valley High School in Spring Branch in 2009… Was a three-sport letter winner… Led team to area championship in 2008 and state semi-finals in 2009… Named second team All-District in 2008… Named first team All-District, first team All-County, first team AllSan Antonio, and second team All-State as a senior… Earned Academic All-District honors in 2008 and 2009... Played for Head Coach Larry Hill. Personal: Son of Brenda McLane… Has one sibling, Stephanie… Majoring in kinesiology… Born on Dec. 22, 1990.

80 Le’Nard Meyers Wide Receiver 6-0 • 185 • So-1L Gatesville, texas (Gatesville) 2012: Played in five games… Recorded four catches for 60 yards… Longest catch of the season was 43 yards. 2011: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2011.
 High School: Graduated from Gatesville High School in 2011... Played football, basketball, ran track and cross country... Named first team All-District and first team All-Area in football... Named track MVP as a sophomore, junior, and senior... Earned first team All-District honors and was named MVP in basketball... Named cross country MVP all four years of school... Was a four-year letter winner... Played for Head Coach Kyle Cooper.

 Personal: Son of Robiena Sanders and Ron Ford... Has three siblings, Krista, Lacee, and Tre’senda... Majoring in business management... Born on Dec. 18, 1992.

10 84 Will McLane Tight End 6-4 • 260 • Sr-3L San Antonio, texas (Smithson Valley) 2012: Started six games this past season and saw action in all 10 games for the Texans… Recorded four catches for 52 yards... 2013 Texan Football Media Guide

Brandon Moore Defensive Back 5-10 • 185 • So-1L Carrollton, Texas (Carrollton) 2012: Played in 7 games… Recorded 4 tackles, 2 of which were unassisted. 2011: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2011.


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Charles Moore Defensive Back 5-10 • 190 • Jr-2L Carrollton, Texas (Carrollton)

2011: Appeared in all 11 games for Tarleton... Recorded 24 tackles, 16 of which were solo... Had one fumble recovery, one pass break-up, and one pass defended.



Offensive Line 6-4 • 290 • So-1L Stephenville, Texas (Stephenville) 2012: Started all 10 games for the Texans a a redshirt freshman... Anchored an offensive line that helped the team pass for 2,864 yards and rush for 1,761 yards... Was named a Second Team AllLSC selection. 2011: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2011. High School: Graduated from Stephenville High School in 2011… Helped his team win the regional championship as a senior… Contended in state in powerlifing in 2011… Named first team AllState in 2010… Played for Head Coach Joseph Gillespie.

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Defensive Back 5-10 • 180 • Sr-3L Duncanville, Texas (Duncanville)

2011: Named Second Team All-American by Beyond College 2011: Played in 10 games as a freshman... Recorded 15 tackles, Sports Network... Received Lone Star Conference Defensive seven of which were solo... Had two tackles for loss and one sack Player of the Year award... Led conference and team with seven for minus-5 yards. interceptions and 15 passes defended... Named First Team All-

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2012: Recorded 32 tackles, 19 of them unassisted…Had eight pass breakups…Recorded one interception and one forced fumble... Named First Team All-LSC... Don Hansen First Team AllSuper Region Four selection.

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High School: Graduated from R.L. Turner High School in Carrollton in 2010... Named second team All-District as a senior and honorable mention as a sophomore and junior... Received Player of the Week honors... Named Academic All-State... Personal: Son of Nick and Suzanne Perez… Has one sibling, Lettered in football, track, and wrestling... Played for Head Coach Noah… Majoring in pre-physical therapy… Teammate of fellow Larking.

 Texans Kody Travis, Blake Barnes, and Brayden Coverdale... Born on Aug. 25, 1993. Personal: Son of Rochell Boyd and Charles Moore... Has two siblings, Brandon and Tiara... Brother Brandon is a redshirtfreshman defensive back for the Texans... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on Sept. 19, 1991.

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2012: Saw action in 10 games… Recorded 52 tackles, 28 of them unassisted… Has five pass breakups and one fumble recovery... Honorable Mention All-LSC selection.

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Personal: Son of Mathias and Irene Ngwa… Has two siblings, Chantal and Nancy… Majoring in kinesiology, pre-physical therapy… Born on Nov. 14, 1992.

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Personal: Son of Charles Moore and Roshell Boyd… Has two siblings, Charles and Tiara… His brother Charles is a junior defensive back for the Texans... Majoring in kinesiology.

High School: Graduated from Mansfield Timberview High School in 2010… Named All-Academic in 2008 and in 2009… Received honorable mention in 2009… Qualified for the regional power lifting meet in 2008 and in 2009… Named to the Student Athletic Leadership Council from 2008 to 2010… Lettered two years in football and two in power lifting... Played for Head Coach Mark Walker.

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High School: Graduated from R.L. Turner High School in Carrollton in 2011… Named team captain as a senior… Received second team All-District honors as a junior… Named first team All-District as a senior… Was a regional qualifier in power lifting as a senior… Lettered three years in football... Played for Head Coach Tyrone Larkins.

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LSC... Named Rirst Team All-Super Region Four... Season tied for No. 3 all-time in school history with most interceptions... Recorded 50 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss, and eight pass breakups.

 2010: Recorded 44 tackles, 26 of them unassisted... Had a teamhigh three interceptions for 26 return yards... Recorded five pass breakups and one forced fumble.

 2009: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2009.
 High School: Graduated from Duncanville High School in 2008... Named high school’s Most Valuable Player as a defensive back... Led the team in interceptions as a junior with six... Named Academic All-District... Named first team All-District as a junior and senior... Tabbed as Defensive Back of the Year in District 8-5A in 2008... Member of District Championship team in 2008... Lettered three years in both football and track... Named team captain as a senior... Played for Head Coach Dicus.



two touchdowns with the longest coming on a 62 yard run… Averaged 127.5 yards per game before a season ending injury… Received a medical redshirt 2011: Sat out the 2011 season. 2010: Played in 10 games... Rushed 72 times for 316 yards, both second on the team... Led Tarleton with seven rushing touchdowns... Averaged 4.4 yards per carry... Caught six passes for 104 yards... Averaged 17.3 yards per catch... Returned one kick for 12 yards... Had a season-high 113 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries against Midwestern State... Scored two touchdowns the following week against Incarnate Word.



High School: Graduated from Naaman Forest High School in Garland in 2010... Member of District Champions in 2009... Named first team All-District, first team All-Area, MVP of the District, and Offensive MVP of the team as a senior... Set record for rushing yards in a season... Earned trip to state in 4x100meter relay and 4x200-meter relay in track... Lettered all four years in football... Named team captain... Played for Head Coach Personal: Son of Cassandra Phillips... Has four siblings, Zion, Asia, Elam

 Tara, and Jack... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on Jan. 3, 1991. Personal: Son of Sheniqua Prince... Has four siblings, Shambre, Nick, Maurice, and Victoria... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on Nov. 6, 1991.

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Andre Plata Wide Receiver 5-10 • 180 • So-1L Dallas, Texas (Woodrow Wilson) 2012: Played in 10 games… Recorded five catches for 51 yards and one touchdown. High School: Graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas in 2012… Lettered in two sports, football and baseball… Led his team to an area championship as a senior… Named District 12-4A Sophomore of the Year in 2009… Named first team All-District as a junior and a senior… Named first team All-District in Baseball for three straight years… Named team captain... Played for Head Coach Bobby Estes. Personal: Son of Phillip Brown and Angela Plata… Has three siblings, Landon, Zander, and Jax… Majoring in Kinesiology… Born on Dec. 10, 1993.

2 Jerome Regal Running Back 5-10 • 195 • So-1L Dallas, Texas (Namaan Forest) 2012: Played in 2 games…Rushed 46 times for 255 yards...Scored 2013 Texan Football Media Guide

12 Clifton Rhodes III Wide Receiver 6-1 •195 • Jr-2l Fort Worth, Texas (Southwest) 2012: Recorded 56 receptions for 694 yards, both led the team… Finished the season with four touchdowns… Averaged 69.4 yards per game, also a team high… Second Team All-LSC selection. 2011: Named second team All-Conference... Led team with 837 receiving yards, three touchdowns and 52 receptions... Recorded four 100-yard games in the first five games of the season... Averaged 75.2 receiving yards per game, which ranked 4th in the LSC... Had a season high nine catches for 147 yards against West Alabama. High School: Graduated from Southwest High School in 2007... Helped his team to an 11-1 record in 2008... Was named the school’s Most Valuable Player and Mr. Southwest High School... Named honorable mention all-state as a junior and senior... Was an all-district selection as a sophomore, junior and senior... Ran track for two years and went to state as a freshman... Played basketball and helped team to runner-up in 4A in 2008... Played for Head Coach Lanny Trammel. Personal: Son of Reginald and Laura Rhodes... Has three siblings,


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2012: Served as a backup quarterback for the Texans… Did not see any action in 2012.

Jonathan VanLiew Wide Receiver 5-10 • 175 •Sr-2L Lampasas, Texas (Lampasas) 2012: Served as a backup wide receiver for the Texans… Did not see any action in 2012. 2011: Played in two games for the Texans against Incarnate Word and Millsaps College.



Kody Travis Offensive Line 6-4 • 270 • So-1L Stephenville, Texas (Stephenville)

2011: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2011.


2011: Appeared in three games on the defensive line.

 2010: Appeared in five games and made two starts for the Texans... Had seven tackles, three unassisted, and one forced fumble.

 2009: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2009. High School: Graduated from S.H. Rider High School in Wichita Falls in 2009… Helped lead his team to the state quarterfinals as a junior… Named honorable mention All-District 5-4A as a senior… Member of district championship team in 2008... Received the Huffer-Landry Award and the Marine Honor Commitment Award as a senior. Personal: Son of Tina and Al Vitolo… Has one sibling, Alex… Majoring in kinesiology… Born on Feb. 2, 1991.

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Personal: Son of Judy and Kerry Travis... Has four siblings, Susan, Cody, Casey, and Lauren... Majoring in business administration... High school teammates of Tarleton’s Nic Perez, Brayden Coverdale, and Blake Barnes... Born on Nov. 18, 1992.

2012: Recorded one tackle in the two games that he appeared in... Notched 0.5 tackles for a loss as well.

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High School: Graduated from Stephenville High School in 2011... Helped team to State semi-finals in 2010... Named Academic All-State, honorable mention All-State, and second team AllDistrict as a senior... Earned second team All-District honors as a junior... Made first team All-State as a sophomore at DeLeon... Named first team All-District and Defensive Player of the Year as a freshman... Lettered all four years in football... Named team captain as a senior... Played for Head Coach Joseph Gillespie.



Defensive Tackle 5-11 • 265 • Sr-3L Wichita Falls, Texas (Rider)

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2012: Played in seven games for the Texans in 2012... Played on an offensive line that helped guide the offense to 462.5 yards per game.

Cole Vitolo

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siblings, Weston, Tanner, and Paden... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on March 17, 1993.

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2010: Redshirted his first year at Tarleton.

 High School: Graduated from Lampasas High School in 2009... 2011: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2011. Named team captain... Earned Academic All-District and AllDistrict 25-4A as a junior and senior... Named honorable mention High School: Graduated from Mesquite Horn High School All-District as a sophomore... Lettered three years in football, in 2011... Named third team All-State quarterback as a two years in basketball and two years in baseball... Played for senior... Was team captain as a senior... Member of Regional Championship team in 2010... Lettered all four years... Played for Head Coach Ryan Bailey.

 Head Coach Rodney Webb.

 Personal: Son of Judy and Don VanLiew... Majoring in geoscience... Born on Dec. 2, 1990. Personal: Son of Nona Kingrey and Scott Strahan... Has three

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Reginald, Robert and Laquita... Majoring in kinesiology... Birthdate is May 4, 1991.

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8 Marquis Wadley Linebacker 5-9 • 215 •Sr-2L Dallas, Texas (Mesquite/C. Arkansas) 2012: Played in 10 games… Recorded a team high 83 tackles, 40 of them unassisted… Also had 6.5 tackles for loss... First Team All-LSC selection. 2011: Named Beyond College Sports Network second team AllAmerican... Led conference and team with 119 tackles... Named second team all-conference and second team all-region... Recorded seven tackles for loss... Finished in top 10 in nation in total tackles, solo tackles, and tackles per game. 2010: Recorded six solo and five assisted tackles for a total of 11 stops... Had one sack for minus-five yards. Previous College: Transferred to Tarleton from Central Arkansas. High School: Graduated in 2008 from Mesquite High School... Played football, baseball and track... Named honorable mention all-district in football in 2008... Named to Academic All-State team... Named defensive district MVP as a senior... Was team captain... Played for Head Coach Steve Halpin. Personal: Son of Madalyn Wadley... Has two siblings, Nikko and Pooh... Majoring in business management... Birthdate is September 21, 1989

in 2010… Lettered all four years in both football and track... Played for Head Coach Wes Rhoten. Personal: Son of Tommy and Richelle Wallace… Has two Siblings, Jake and Seth… Born on June 16, 1992.

46 Damien Ward Defensive End 6-3 • 225 • Fr-RS Dallas, Texas (Skyline) 2012: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2012. High School: Graduated from Skyline Dallas High School in 2012… Helped lead his team to the State Championship semifinals as a senior… Named first team All-District in 2009… Named All-Area MVP in 2009… Played for Head Coach Samples. Personal: Son of Cynthia White… Majoring in kinesiology… Born on June 10, 2012.

32 Savion Washington Linebacker 5-11 • 205 • So-1L Garland, Texas (North Garland)

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Chance Wallace

2011: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2011.

Defensive Back 6-0 • 190 • So-1l Canton, tExas (Canton) 2012: Played in six games…recorded nine tackles, four of which were unassisted…Also recorded 0.5 sacks. 2011: Redshirted his first year at Tarleton... Joined the Texans as a quarterback and will be switching to defensive back this year. High School: Graduated from Canton High School in 2011… Led his team to the Bi-District Championship in 2010… A four-year letter winner in both football and track… Named Academic All-District as a freshmen… Named Newcomer of the Year for his District in 2008… Received All-State honorable mention as a sophomore… Named Academic All-District in 2008… Named second team All-District, Academic All-District, and Player of the Week as a junior… Named District Player of the Year, second team All-State, second team All-District, and Player of the Week 2013 Texan Football Media Guide

High School: Graduated from North Garland High School in 2011... Earned first team All-District honors in 2010... Lettered three years in football... Named team captain... Named first team All-District in soccer and led team to two playoff appearances... Played for Head Coach David Farris.

 Personal: Son of Nycole Washington... Has four siblings, Dee, Nari, Moeisha, and R’mani... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on July 13, 1992.


2013 Texan Returners Tate Whitten Wide Receiver 5-11 • 160 • Fr-RS Frisco, texas (Heritage)

High School: Graduated from Heritage High School in Frisco in 2012… Named captain of his team as a senior… Received honorable mention as a senior… Lettered two years in football... Played for Head Coach Che Hendrix.

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2012: Played in seven games… Recorded a pair of receptions for 24 yards.

Personal: Son of Stefanie Hicks and Eddie Wicker... Has one sibling, Shelbie... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on Dec. 15, 1992.

2012: Served as a backup wide receiver for the Texans… Did not see any action in 2012. 2011: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2011. High School: Graduated from Granbury High School in 2011... Named team captain of football and track teams... Named second team All-State, first team Fort Worth Star Telegram Super Team, THSCA All-State, and first team All-District as a senior wide receiver... Earned first team All-District defensive back honors as a junior and sophomore... Made second team All-District as a wide receiver in 2009... Part of Area Champions in 2008 and 2009... Member of Regional Champions in 2009 and 2010 for track... Lettered three years in football, three years in basketball, four years in track, and four years in golf... Played for Head Coach Scotty Pugh.

 Personal: Son of Wendy Gandy and Kevin Wright... Has two siblings, Brady and Cooper... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on Sept. 15, 1992.

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High School: Graduated from Naaman Forest High School in 2011... Was a three-year letter winner in football... Named honorary captain... Earned All-District honors as a tight end in 2011... Member of District Champions in 2007 and 2008... Also competed in track and made regionals as a junior and senior... High school teammate of Tarleton running back Jerome Regal... Played for Head Coach Mark Elam.



Wide Receiver 6-2 • 220 • So-1L Granbury, Texas (Granbury)

History/Records

2011: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2011.



Tyler Wright

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Personal: Son of Jennifer and Todd Whitten… Has one sibling, Maddie… Majoring in kinesiology… Born on April 1, 1994.

Personal: Son of Kimberly and Cord Woerner... Has two siblings, Thor (linebacker at Abilene Christian) and Aspen... Born on May 27, 1993.

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2012: Redshirted as a true freshman for the Texans in 2012.

team All-District as a linebacker/safety and as quarterback in 2011... Named Newcomer of the Year in 2009... Made Academic All-District in multiple sports, multiple years... Made Academic All-State in football as a senior...Played for Head Coach Cord Woerner.

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11 Zed Woerner Quarterback 6-2 • 200 • Fr-RS Marble Falls, Texas (Marble Falls)

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Jabari Anderson

Dalyn Bearden

Running Back 5-8 • 180 • Fr-HS Wylie, Texas (Wylie East)

Offensive Line 6-4 • 295 • Fr-HS Lubbock, Texas (Wolfforth Frenship)

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Previous School: Attended Navarro Junior College in 2008 and Lon Morris College in 2011.

Keenan Blair Defensive Back 6-1 • 175 • Fr-HS Duncanville, Texas (Duncanville) High School: Graduated from Duncanville High School in 2013... Was an all-district selection and was named district’s MVP as a senior... Named district Defensive Player of the Year... Tallied 73 total tackles in 2012 and also recorded a pair of sacks and one fumble recovery.

Personal: Son of Patricia Azubuike... Has two siblings Maurice and Veronica... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on May 23, 1990.

Keivaughn Barrett Defensive tackle 6-3 • 285 • Jr-TR Oak Grove, Calif. (Sacramento CC)

Defensive Tackle 6-4 • 275 • Fr-HS Magnolia, Texas (Magnolia) High School: Graduated from Magnolia High School in 2013... Was a first team all-academic team selection... Lettered three years under head coach Sexton. Personal: Son of Annette and Robert Bopp... Has one brother, Craig... Undecided on a major... Born Sept. 23, 1994.

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High School: Graduated from Sacramento High School in 2009... Was a three-star Rival player.

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Previous School: Attended Sacramento City College from 201012... Was named conference’s defensive player of the year... First team all-conference selection... Led Mid-Empire League in tackles for loss and posted 66 total tackles, 7.5 sacks and three fumble recoveries.

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High School: Graduated from Seguin High School in 2008... Personal: Son of Jamie Blair... Has two siblings Jaydea and Tre... Played prep football with current Tarleton Texan Juan Gonzalez. Majoring in criminal justice.

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Running Back 6-0 • 185 • So-TR Arlington, Texas (Lon Morris JC)

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Personal: Son of Shelia Noble... Has three siblings, James, Jamey and Jimmy... Majoring in biomedicine... Born on April 19, 1995.

High School: Graduated from Frenship High School in 2013... Was a two-star Rivals prospect... Key component in helping the Tigers reach the class 4A quarterfinals... Two-time first team all-district selection... Two-time first team all-South Plains honoree... Class 4A Honorable Mention All-State selection as a senior.

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High School: Graduated from Wylie East High School in 2013... Top-30 rated running back by Dave Campbell’s Magazine... Carried the ball 49 times for 385 yards and two touchdowns in 64-56 playoff win over Whithouse... District 13-4A First Team AllDistrict selection and Honorable Mention All-State as a senior... District 10-4A Offensive Co-MVP as a junior.

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Defensive Back 6-0 • 180 • Fr-HS San Antonio, Texas (Reagan)

Running Back 5-11 • 185 • Fr-HS Glen Rose, Texas (Glen Rose)

High School: Graduated from Reagan High School in 2013... Was a two-star rivals prospect... Led his team with three interceptions and 16 pass break-ups... Tallied 52 total tackles as a senior and was a two-time first team all-district selection. Personal: Son of Gigi and Wyman Branch... Has three siblings, Tripp, Chase and Lance... Majoring in kinesiology... Born Jan. 18, 1995.

SQ Jeremiah Brown Wide Receiver 5-10 • 175 • Fr-HS Dallas, Texas (Carter) High School: Graduated from Carter High School in 2013... Recorded 29 catches for over 550 yards as a senior... Led the team with eight touchdowns in 2012... All-district selection his final year at Carter High. Personal: Son of Veda Brown... Has five siblings, Frankie, Ytisha, Edrick, Tikila and Frankie... Born on Oct. 24, 1994.

SQ Preston Brown Defensive Back 5-10 • 175 • Fr-HS Stephenville, Texas (Stephenville)

High School: Graduated from Glen Rose High School in 2013... Recorded 163 carries for over 1,400 yards and 22 touchdowns on the ground his senior season... Tallied 39 receptions for 718 yards and six TD’s as well... Played both ways and recorded 51 tackles, a pair of sacks and two interceptions on defense... His awards include being named 7-3A Offensive MVP (2011 and 2012) and a Second Team All-District selection as a defensive back... THSCA Academic All State and APSE 3A Honorable Mention All-State selection. Personal: Son of Shelly and Robert Burtscher... Has four siblings, Lacy, Kelly, Amy and Robert... Undecided on a major... Born Dec. 18, 1994.

39 Will Clark Running Back 5-10 • 185 • Jr-TR Denton, Texas (Cisco JC) Previous College: Attended Cisco Junior College from 2011-12 and Abilene Christian from 2010-11. High School: Graduated from Denton Ryan High School in 2010... Lettered three years in football and four years in track & field. Personal: Son of Dawn and Howard Clark... Has two sisters Halee and Amaris... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on March 10, 1992.

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High School: Graduated from Stephenville High School in 2013... Cooper Cole Member of the 2012 Class 3A State Championship team... Tallied Tight End 19 kickoff returns for over 540 yards and three touchdowns... 6-0 • 210 • Fr-HS Recorded 43 tackles, one interception and eight pass breakFairfield, Texas (Fairfield) ups... Named District 7-3A First Team All-District selection as both a cornerback and kick returner... APSE Second Team AllHigh School: Graduated from Fairfield High School in 2013... State honoree as a senior and 4A Honorable Mention All-State TWSA First Team All-State selection as a senior... Two-time first selection as a junior. team all-district selection... All-district selection in basketball and an all-region qualifier in track & field. Personal: Son of Angie and Darrell Brown... Has one sister Sydney... Majoring in kinesiology. Personal: Son of Karla and Russell Keaton... Has one sister, Lauren... Majoring in biomedical science... Born on Mar. 3, 1995.

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2013 Texan Newcomers Alex Craig Quarterback 6-5 • 215 • Fr-HS Dallas, Texas (Dallas Christian)

Personal: Son of Robyn and Jeff Craig... Has one sister, Haley... Majoring in business... Born on Oct. 3, 1994.

Stuart Cram Offensive Line 6-5 • 285 • Fr-HS San Antonio, Texas (Clark)

67 Eddie Day Offensive Line 6-2 • 305 • Fr-HS Dallas, Texas (Hillcrest)

Nnamdi Egbuonu Wide Receiver 6-4 • 205 • So-TR Houston, tExas (Coffeyville CC)

High School: Graduated from Cypress Ridge High School in 2009... Lettered in both football and basketball.

Sadarius Figures Linebacker 6-1 • 210 • Fr-HS Jefferson, Texas (Jefferson) High School: Graduated from Jefferson High School in 2013... Three-time all-district selection... Honorable Mention All-State selection his senior season. Personal: Son of Sarah and Rickie Figures... Has tow brothers, Devin and Rickie... Brother Devin plays defensive back for the Texans... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on Oct. 25, 1994.

SQ Allex Gallegos Tight End 6-3 • 205 • Fr-HS Dallas, Texas (Grady Spruce) High School: Graduated from Grady Spruce High School in 2013... Led his team averaging over 12 yards per catch as a senior... Earned all-district honors after recording over 360 yards receiving with six touchdowns. Personal: Son of Patrica and Francisco Gallegos.

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Previous College: Attended Coffeyville Community College in 2011-12.

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Personal: Son of Lisa Wingfield and Sammy Ferrill... Has four siblings, Cassidy, Chloe, Jerad and Justin... Majoring in engineering technology... Born on Oct. 25, 1994.

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High School: Graduated from Hillcrest High School in 2013... First team all-district selection as a senior... Named a top scholar athlete.

High School: Graduated from Hallsville High School in 2013... Four-year starter at both running back and linebacker... Named All-East Texas three times... APSE Honorable Mention All-State selection on defense.

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Personal: Son of Kim and Gary Cram... Has two brothers, Stephen and George... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on June 4, 1994.

Linebacker 5-10 • 210 • Fr-HS Hallsville, Texas (Hallsville)

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High School: Graduated from San Antonio Clark High School in 2012... Lettered in both football and track & field.

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High School: Graduated from Dallas Christian School in 2013... Threw for over 4,500 yards and 49 touchdowns in his career... Led DCS to a 12-1 recrd as a senior.

Personal: Son of Agbonma and Ralph Egbuonu... Brother Chuck played football for the Texans... Majoring in business... Born on July 9, 1991.

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Brandon Johnson

TE/DE 6-3 • 265 • Fr-HS New Braunfels, Texas (Canyon)

Defensive End 6-6 • 280 • Jr-TR Evans, Ga. (El Camino College)

High School: Graduated from Canyon High School in 2013... Earned first team all-district honors as a tight end and honorable mention honors as a defensive end. Personal: Son of Sally and Ernie Gonzales... Has one brother, Nathan... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on Nov. 15, 1993.

SQ Elliott Hart Defensive Back 5-11 • 170 • Fr-HS Tyler, Texas (John Tyler) High School: Graduated from John Tyler High School in 2013... First team all-district and all-region selection as a senior... Totaled 68 tackles and six interceptions. Personal: Son of Gracie Vargas and Ellious Hart... Has two siblings, Taylea and Christina... Majoring in marketing... Born on July, 26, 1995.

Previous College: Three-star rivals prospect out of El Camino College. High School: Graduated from Westside High School (Ga.) in 2011.

92 Colby Johnson Defensive End 6-0 • 270 • Fr-HS Texas City, Texas (Texas City) High School: Graduated from Texas City High School in 2013... Lettered in both football and baseball.. Named 24-4A First Team All-District at both defensive end and tight end... THSCA Honorable Mention Academic All-State selection. Personal: Son of Suezanne and Brent Johnson... Has one sister, Kiley... Majoring in nursing... Born on Oct. 6, 1994.

60 SQ Dakota Hesskew Linebacker/Running Back 6-1 • 200 • Fr-HS Canton, Texas (Canton) High School: Graduated from Canton High School in 2013... Lettered in football, track & field, and tennis... Three-time alldistrict selection... Defensive Newcomer of the Year in 2011... Earned offensive and defensive Player of the Year honors as a senior. Personal: Son of Amber and Justin Hesskew... Has three siblings... Majoring in biomedical science... Born on June 27, 1995.

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LathaM Johnson Defensive Tackle 6-2 • 290 • So-TR Aledo, Texas (Lindenwood University) Previous College: Attended Lindenwood University in 2011-12... Was a honorable mention all-conference selection. High School: Graduated from Aledo High School in 2012... AllState selection as a senior. Personal: Son of Karen and David Johnson... Has two siblings, Preston and Truen... Majoring in agriculture business... Born on Oct. 27, 1993.


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Demarkus Lathan

Linebacker 5-10 • 220 • Jr-TR Florence, Texas (Texas State)

linebacker 5-9 • 195 • Fr-HS Longview, Texas (Longview)

High School: Graduated from Florence High School in 2009... Alldistrict running back and defensive end his senior season... State qualifier in track & field.

High School: Graduated from Longview High School in 2013... District 11-5A Defensive Newcomer of the Year in 2010... Named Texas 5A Defensive Player of the Year as a junior... Two-time all-state selection... Finished his career with over 400 tackles, 10 sacks and 14 pass break-ups.

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High School: Graduated from Grand Prairie High School in 2013... All-district selection as a senior.

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Rover 6-1 • 185 • Fr-HS Stephenville, TExas (Stephenville) High School: Graduated from Stephenville High School in 2013... Member of the Class 3A State Championship team... Recorded 76 tackles, two sacks and three forced fumbles... District 7-3A Honorable Mention selection as a linebacker and Second Team All-District as a member of the offensive line. Personal: Son of Kim and Ben Macklin... Has two siblings, Sarah and Joe... Majoring in environmental engineering... Born on Feb. 1, 1995.

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Personal: Son of Katea King and Ron Robinson... Has two siblings, Kenneth and Rontia... Majoring in nursing... Born on June 21, 1995.

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Defensive Back 5-10 • 175 • Fr-HS Grand Prairie, Texas (Grand Prairie)

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Personal: Son of Stephanie and Mark Katzenmeyer... Has on Personal: Son of Ladonna and Dewayne Heckard... Has two brother, David... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on Feb. 23, 1991. sisters, Megan and D’zine... Majoring in communications... Born on Sept. 18, 1995.

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Previous College: Attended Texas State from 2010-11.

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Anthony Landry

Personal: Son of Missie and Robert Landry... Majoring in industrial technologies... Born on April 6, 1994.

Kedric “Bubba” Mathis Wide Receiver 5-7 • 155 • Fr-HS Wichita Falls, Texas (Wichita Falls) High School: Graduated from Wichita Falls High School in 2013... Recorded 36 catches for over 550 yards and three touchdowns as a senior... Second team all-district and Offensive MVP.

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Personal: Son of Cynthia Williams... Has six siblings, BeeJay, Missy, Aubrey, Maghen, Kyle and April... Majoring in business management... Born on Aug. 4, 1995.

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High School: Graduated from Ganado High School in 2012... Two-time first team all-district selection... Also lettered in baseball.

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Deep Snapper 5-10 • 220 • S0-TR Ganado, Texas (Blinn JC)

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Justin Rayside

Offensive Line 6-7 • 290 • Jr-TR Fontana, Calif. (Riverside CC)

Defensive End 6-3 • 250 • Jr-TR Corona, Calif. (Riverside CC)

Previous College: Attended Riverside City College from 201011... All-conference selection. High School: Graduated from Jurupa Valley in 2010... Second team all-conference selection. Personal: Son of Tracy and John O’Brien... Has two sisters, Amanda and Alexis... Majoring in criminal justice... Born on Jan. 13, 1992.

90 Ethan Perkins Defensive Tackle 5-10 • 300 • Jr-TR Nacadoches, Texas (Kilgore JC) Previous College: Attended Kilgore Junior College 2011-12... Sophomore season he recorded 35 tackles and two sacks... Named to all-conference honorable mention team. High School: Graduated from Nacadoches High School in 2011... Was a two-time first team all-district selection. Personal: Son of Anedra and Hugh Perkins... Has two brothers, Joseph and Benjamin... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on Nov. 2, 1992.

Previous College: Played two seasons for head coach Tom Craft at Riverside Community College in California... Recorded 45 tackles, 6.5 sacks, 12 tackles for loss, one fumble recovery, and one forced fumble in 2011. High School: Attended Roosevelt High School (Calif.). Personal: Son of Tammy and Rickey Williams... Has one sister, Gabrielle... Majoring in communications... Born on Nov. 18, 1992.

SQ Jaylon Roberts Wide Receiver 5-10 • 170 • Fr-HS Comanche, Texas (Comanche) High School: Graduated from Comanche High School in 2013... Tallied 19 catches for 280 yards and five touchdowns... Two-time all-district selection. Personal: Son of Rhonda and Marty Roberts... Has two brothers, Jerick and Jaron... Majoring in biomedical science... Born on Jan. 3, 1994.

27 SQ Tyler Pettit Defensive Back 5-10 • 175 • Fr-HS Stephenville, Texas (Stephenville) High School: Graduated from Stephenville High School in 2013... Member of the Class 3A State Championship team... Named District 7-3A Second Team as a defensive back... THSCA Honorable Mention Academic All-State. Personal: Son of Vickie and Cliff Pettit... Has two siblings, Kristen and Cole... Majoring in business... Born on Aug. 9, 1994.

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Glenn Roberts Wide Receiver 5-10 • 170 • Fr-HS Comanche, Texas (Comanche) High School: Graduated from Comanche High School in 2013... Tallied 19 catches for 280 yards and five touchdowns... Two-time all-district selection. Personal: Son of Rhonda and Marty Roberts... Has two brothers, Jerick and Jaron... Majoring in biomedical science... Born on Jan. 3, 1994.


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Alex Sanchez

Reece Sumner

Wide Receiver 5-10 • 180 • Fr-HS Stephenville, TExas (Stephenville)

Linebacker 6-0 • 190 • Fr-HS Canton, Texas (Canton)

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3 Bubba Tandy Wide Receiver 6-1 • 190 • Fr-HS Hopkinsville, Ky. (Christian County)

Personal: Son of Sarah and James Sheppard... Has one sister, Zoey... Undecided on a major... Born on Jan. 31, 1995.

Personal: Son of Rhonda Tandy and Corey Quarles... Has one sister, Marquetta... Majoring in kinesiology.

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Jared Thames

Wide Receiver 6-5 • 195 • Fr-HS Fort Worth, Texas (North Crowley)

Defensive Tackle 6-0 • 260 • Fr-HS Glen Rose, Texas (Glen Rose)

Personal: Son of Patricia Thames... Has five siblings, Miguel, Brynn, Logan, Garrett and Alexis... Has not decided on a major... Born on Apr. 1, 1995.

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Personal: Son of Lisa and Elbert Speed... Has three siblings, Paul, Tyana, and Travis... Majoring in kinesiology... Born on June 1, 1995.

High School: Graduated from Glen Rose High School in 2013... Two-star rivals prospect... Recorded 75 total tackles, 7.5 sacks and 17 quarterback hurries as a senior... Named 7-3A Defensive Lineman of the Year... Was an Academic All-State selection.

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High School: Graduated from North Crowley High School in 2013... Two-star rivals prospect... Top-30 prospect in Dave Campbell’s Magazine... Passed for over 300 yards... Rushed for over 350 yards with three touchdowns... Caught 30 passes for nearly 400 yards with two touchdowns... First team all-district selection.

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History/Records

High School: Graduated from Longview High School in 2013... Recorded a team-record 138 tackles his senior year... Named a THSCA Academic All-State selection... Finished his career with over 220 tackles and 17 tackles for loss.

High School: Graduated from Christian County High School in 2011... Was a three-star rivals prospect coming out of HS in 2011... Named Kentucky Class 5A Player of the Year... Career totals include 102 receptions for 1,615 yards and 14 touchdowns, rushed for nearly 1,000 yards and 14 TD’s, returned six punts for touchdowns and tied a state record with four punt return TD’s in one game.

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Linebacker 5-10 • 205 • Fr-HS Longview, Texas (Longview)

Personal: Son of Dawn and Reagan Sumner... Has one brother, Randen... Born on March 9, 1994.

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Personal: Son of Mollie and Stevie Sanchez... Has three siblings, Christopher, Austin and Madylyn... Undecided on a major... Born on Dec. 2, 1994.

High School: Graduated from Canton High School in 2013... Three-time all-district selection.

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High School: Graduated from Stephenville High School in 2013... Member of the Class 3A State Championship team... Had 11 carries for 188 yards and recorded 51 catches for 735 yards and five touchdowns as a senior... Two-time all-district utility player.

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Chase Varnado

Auston Watts

Defensive End 6-1 • 235 • Fr-HS Stephenville, TExas (Stephenville)

Wide Receiver 5-9 • 170 • Fr-HS Grand Prairie, Texas (Grand Prairie)

High School: Graduated from Stephenville High School in 2013... Member of the Class 3A State Championship team... Recorded 130 total tackles, 14 sacks, 44 tackles for loss and had one interception as a senior... Named MaxPreps Second Team AllAmerican... &-3A Defensive MVP... THSCA All-State Honorable Mention selection... APSE First Team All-State honoree. Personal: Son of Afton Varnado... Has three siblings, Kyle, T.R. and Sierra... Undecided on a major.

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High School: Graduated from Grand Prairie High School in 2013... Earned honorable mention all-district accolades. Personal: Son of Keesha and Calvin Watts... Has one brother, Aaron... Undecided on a major.


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2012 Schedule & Results Date *Sep 08 *Sep 15 *Sep 22 *Sep 29 Oct 06 *Oct 13 *Oct 20 *Oct 27 Nov. 3 *Nov 10

Opponent #4 Midwestern State #20 Abilene Christian+ Eastern New Mexico at #23 West Texas A&M Delta State at A&M-Commerce Texas A&M-Kingsville at Incarnate Word at North Alabama Angelo State

W/L Score W 20-17 L 31-34 W 35-23 L 21-41 L 35-38 W 43-10 L 23-35 W 45-20 W 38-28 W 54-37

Att. Record 6027 1-0, 1-0 19134 1-1, 1-1 437 2-1, 2-1 7825 2-2, 2-2 2218 2-3, 2-2 2105 3-3, 3-2 6216 3-4, 3-3 2069 4-4, 4-3 9067 5-4, 4-3 6348 6-4, 5-3

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Score by Quarters Tarleton State Opponents

1st 86 38

2nd 88 79

3rd 74 75

4th 97 91

OT Total - 345 - 283

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Team Statistics Tarleton State Opponent SCORING 345 283 Points Per Game 34.5 28.3 FIRST DOWNS 258 200 Rushing 101 82 Passing 132 93 Penalty 25 25 RUSHING YARDAGE 1761 1378 Yards gained rushing 1982 1672 Yards lost rushing 221 294 Rushing Attempts 401 352 Average Per Rush 4.4 3.9 Average Per Game 176.1 137.8 TDs Rushing 20 16 PASSING YARDAGE 2864 2226 Comp-Att-Int 255-399-15 189-326-6 Average Per Pass 7.2 6.8 Average Per Catch 11.2 11.8 Average Per Game 286.4 222.6 TDs Passing 21 17 TOTAL OFFENSE 4625 3604 Total Plays 800 678 Average Per Play 5.8 5.3 Average Per Game 462.5 360.4 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 32-650 38-747 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 23-239 16-169 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 6-67 15-247 KICK RETURN AVERAGE 20.3 19.7 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 10.4 10.6 INT RETURN AVERAGE 11.2 16.5 FUMBLES-LOST 10-3 16-9 PENALTIES-Yards 81-731 77-660 Average Per Game 73.1 66.0 PUNTS-Yards 41-1604 52-2088 Average Per Punt 39.1 40.2 Net punt average 33.5 34.8 KICKOFFS-Yards 67-3713 57-3434 Average Per Kick 55.4 60.2 Net kick average 44.7 38.8 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 30:25 29:28 3RD-DOWN Conversions 61/147 51/139 3rd-Down Pct 41% 37% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 12/19 6/14 4th-Down Pct 63% 43% SACKS BY-Yards 29-140 15-99 MISC YARDS 0 -18 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 41 36 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS 18-22 12-16 ON-SIDE KICKS 0-1 0-1 RED-ZONE SCORES (41-48) 85% (33-40) 82% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (27-48) 56% (22-40) 55% PAT-ATTEMPTS (39-39) 100% (27-32) 84% ATTENDANCE 27246 21066 Games/Avg Per Game 5/5449 4/5266 Neutral Site Games 1/19134


Individual Statistics Punt Returns

Passing

Receiving

TD Long Avg/G 4 66 69.4 3 75 67.4 7 45 39.6 1 50 22.2 1 18 14.2 2 99 26.1 1 31 17.8 1 27 34.5 1 23 5.1 0 14 4.6 0 43 12.0 0 21 5.2 0 21 3.4 0 4 0.4 0 13 1.4 0 5 1.7 21 99 286.4 17 80 222.6

Interceptions

No. Yds Avg TD Long D. Figures 2 25 12.5 0 24 M. Wadley 1 20 20.0 0 20 B. Johnson 1 0 0.0 0 0 D. Phillips 1 1 1.0 0 1 J. Hale 1 21 21.0 0 21 Total.......... 6 67 11.2 0 24 Opponents...... 15 247 16.5 1 49

Kick Returns

No. J. Mays 16 C. Valentine 7 D. Phillips 4 J. Regal 2 A. Plata 1 C. Bridgewater 1 D. Wicker 1 Total.......... 32 Opponents...... 38

Yds 347 130 106 35 15 9 8 650 747

Avg 21.7 18.6 26.5 17.5 15.0 9.0 8.0 20.3 19.7

TD Long 0 39 0 25 0 40 0 20 0 15 0 9 0 8 0 40 1 93

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Avg 12.4 14.7 9.9 9.7 6.5 13.1 10.0 8.6 10.2 7.4 15.0 13.0 12.0 2.0 13.0 5.0 11.2 11.8

Avg/G 197.4 257.0 0.0 286.4 222.6

TD Long 0 51 0 0 0 34 0 0 0 51 1 54

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Yds 694 674 396 222 142 261 160 69 51 37 60 52 24 4 13 5 2864 2226

TD Lng 10 50 11 99 0 0 21 99 17 80

Avg 8.9 12.0 34.0 14.0 10.4 10.6

History/Records

G No. C. Rhodes III 10 56 J. Frye 10 46 A. Buckingham 10 40 J. Mays 10 23 V. Smith 10 22 C. Valentine 10 20 Z. Henshaw 9 16 J. Regal 2 8 A. Plata 10 5 D. Gray 8 5 L. Meyers 5 4 W. McLane 10 4 D. Wicker 7 2 S. Washington 10 2 L. Ernst 9 1 C. Osunde 3 1 Total.......... 10 255 Opponents...... 10 189

Pct Yds 62.7 1579 66.2 1285 0.0 0 63.9 2864 58.0 2226

Yds 179 12 34 14 239 169

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G Eff. Cmp-Att-Int A. Doyle 8 123.21 153-244-9 J. Fenske 5 152.10 102-154-6 A. Buckingham 10 0.00 0-1-0 Total.......... 10 134.05 255-399-15 Opponents...... 10 128.86 189-326-6

No. A.Buckingham 20 J. Mays 1 D. Phillips 1 C. Bridgewater 1 Total.......... 23 Opponents...... 16

The Players

Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G 154 816 22 794 5.2 5 69 79.4 106 582 20 562 5.3 7 43 62.4 46 257 2 255 5.5 2 62 127.5 56 192 86 106 1.9 4 27 13.2 5 53 0 53 10.6 0 32 5.3 4 32 0 32 8.0 0 25 3.2 1 8 0 8 8.0 0 8 0.8 5 10 4 6 1.2 1 7 0.6 1 3 0 3 3.0 0 3 0.3 1 0 13 -13 -13.0 0 0 -1.3 17 29 62 -33 -1.9 1 16 -6.6 5 0 12 -12 -2.4 0 0 -1.7 401 1982 221 1761 4.4 20 69 176.1 352 1672 294 1378 3.9 16 66 137.8

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GP V. Smith 10 Z.Henshaw 9 J. Regal 2 A. Doyle 8 J. Mays 10 S. Washington 10 M. Wadley 10 A. Plata 10 C. Valentine 10 I. Arellano 10 J. Fenske 5 TEAM 7 Total.......... 10 Opponents...... 10

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|-------------- PATs ----------------| TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points B. Barnes - 18-20 38-38 - - - - - 92 Z. Henshaw 8 - - - - - - - 48 A. Buckingham 7 - - - - - - - 42 V. Smith 6 - - - - - - - 36 A. Doyle 4 - - - - 1-1 - - 24 C. Rhodes III 4 - - - - - - - 24 J. Frye 3 - - - 1 - - - 20 J. Regal 3 - - - - - - - 18 C. Valentine 2 - - - - - - - 12 A. Plata 2 - - - - - - - 12 J. Fenske 1 - - - - 1-1 - - 6 J. Mays 1 - - - - - - - 6 W. McLane - - - - 1 - - - 2 I. Arellano - 0-2 1-1 - - - - - 1 TEAM - - - - - - - 1 2 Total.......... 41 18-22 39-39 - 2 2-2 - 1 345 Opponents.. 36 12-16 27-32 1-2 1 1-2 - - 283

All-Purpose Yards

G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G V. Smith 10 794 142 0 0 0 936 93.6 Z. Henshaw 9 562 160 0 0 0 722 80.2 C. Rhodes III 10 0 694 0 0 0 694 69.4 J. Frye 10 0 674 0 0 0 674 67.4 J. Mays 10 53 222 12 347 0 634 63.4 A. Buckingham 10 0 396 179 0 0 575 57.5 C. Valentine 10 3 261 0 130 0 394 39.4 J. Regal 2 255 69 0 35 0 359 179.5 D. Phillips 10 0 0 34 106 1 141 14.1 A. Doyle 8 106 0 0 0 0 106 13.2 A. Plata 10 6 51 0 15 0 72 7.2 L. Meyers 5 0 60 0 0 0 60 12.0 W. McLane 10 0 52 0 0 0 52 5.2 D. Gray 8 0 37 0 0 0 37 4.6 S. Washington 10 32 4 0 0 0 36 3.6 D. Wicker 7 0 24 0 8 0 32 4.6 M. Wadley 10 8 0 0 0 20 28 2.8 D. Figures 8 0 0 0 0 25 25 3.1 C. Bridgewater 10 0 0 14 9 0 23 2.3 J. Hale 10 0 0 0 0 21 21 2.1 L. Ernst 9 0 13 0 0 0 13 1.4 C. Osunde 3 0 5 0 0 0 5 1.7 I. Arellano 10 -13 0 0 0 0 -13 -1.3 J. Fenske 5 -33 0 0 0 0 -33 -6.6 TEAM 7 -12 0 0 0 0 -12 -1.7 Total.......... 10 1761 2864 239 650 67 5581 558.1 Opponents...... 10 1378 2226 169 747 247 4767 476.7

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G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G A. Doyle 8 300 106 1579 1685 210.6 J. Fenske 5 171 -33 1285 1252 250.4 V. Smith 10 154 794 0 794 79.4 Z. Henshaw 9 106 562 0 562 62.4 J. Regal 2 46 255 0 255 127.5 J. Mays 10 5 53 0 53 5.3 S. Washington 10 4 32 0 32 3.2 M. Wadley 10 1 8 0 8 0.8 A. Plata 10 5 6 0 6 0.6 C. Valentine 10 1 3 0 3 0.3 I. Arellano 10 1 -13 0 -13 -1.3 TEAM 7 5 -12 0 -12 -1.7 Total.......... 10 800 1761 2864 4625 462.5 Opponents...... 10 678 1378 2226 3604 360.4

Punting

No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd I. Arellano 38 1587 41.8 59 3 4 13 2 TEAM 3 17 5.7 17 0 0 0 1 Total.......... 41 1604 39.1 59 3 4 13 3 Opponents.. 52 2088 40.2 87 2 10 8 2

Field Goals

FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk I. Arellano 0-2 0.0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 B. Barnes 18-20 90.0 1-1 10-10 3-4 4-5 0-0 47 0

Field Goal Sequence

Tarleton State Opponents Midwestern State 35,37,(25),(25) (37) Abilene Christian (28),(41),(25) (27),(30) Eastern New Mexico 40 40,(33) West Texas A&M - (22),(30) Delta State - 41,(33) A&M-Commerce (18),(31),(20),(29),(38) (42),46 Texas A&M-Kingsville 36 (27) Incarnate Word (29) (28),(45) North Alabama (24),(35),(29) - Angelo State (24),(40),(41),(47) (25),40 Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was missed.


Defensive Statistics

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|---------Tackles---------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| GP-GS Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yds Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF blk Saf M. Wadley 10-2 40 43 83 6.5-9 - 1-20 4 1 2-0 2 1 - M. Martinez 10-10 25 30 55 8.5-22 1.0-3 - 1 1 - - - - M. Knicky 10-8 34 20 54 5.0-13 2.0-6 - 2 - 1-0 1 - - B. Johnson 10-10 30 23 53 1.5-4 - 1-0 2 - - - - - C. Moore 10-9 28 24 52 4.0-23 1.0-11 - 5 - 1-0 - - - R. Johnson 9-9 28 22 50 17.5-65 10.0-48 - 2 7 - 1 - - B. Ford 9-5 21 14 35 4.5-7 1.0-2 - - 5 1-0 - - - R. Harris 10-4 24 9 33 1.0-4 - - 3 - - 1 - - D. Phillips 10-9 19 13 32 0.5-2 - 1-1 8 - - 1 1 - J. Hurndon 10-9 17 15 32 1.5-5 - - 1 - - - - - P. Bettiol 8-7 11 20 31 5.0-10 2.0-3 - - 3 1-0 1 - - D. Figures 8-5 18 8 26 3.5-13 1.0-6 2-25 2 - - 1 - - A. Allen 10-3 12 11 23 6.0-25 1.5-4 - 1 2 - 1 - - C. Bridgewater 10-0 10 12 22 2.0-8 1.5-8 - - 2 1-0 - 1 - R. Faimoa 10-5 3 13 16 4.5-20 1.5-13 - - 1 1-0 - - - J. Gonzalez 10-10 7 8 15 4.0-13 1.5-8 - - - - - - - C. Wallace 6-0 4 5 9 0.5-2 0.5-2 - - - - - - - T. Melton 10-1 3 4 7 2.5-17 3.0-17 - - 2 - - - - S. Washington 10-1 3 3 6 - - - - - - - - - J. Hale 10-0 5 1 6 2.5-2 - 1-21 - - 1-0 - - - J. Louis 9-1 1 4 5 - - - 1 - - - - - K. Cole 3-0 1 4 5 1.0-5 1.0-5 - - - - - - - C. Bowers 6-0 - 5 5 - - - - - - - - - B. Moore 7-0 2 2 4 - - - - - - - - - A. Plata 10-0 2 2 4 0.5-1 - - - - - - - - D. Jackson 2-2 3 1 4 - - - - 1 - - - - A. Lee 6-0 2 1 3 - - - - - - - - - J. Fenske 5-3 3 - 3 - - - - - - - - - C. Jackson 4-0 1 2 3 0.5-4 0.5-4 - - - - - - - C. Rhodes III 10-8 1 2 3 - - - - - - - - - B. Ngwa 7-0 1 2 3 - - - - - - - - - D. Gray 8-0 2 - 2 - - - - - - - - - C. Kendrick 10-0 1 1 2 - - - - - - - - - C. Valentine 10-0 - 2 2 - - - - - - - - - B. Davis 2-0 1 - 1 1.0-4 - - - - - - - - A. Campbell 10-10 - 1 1 - - - - - - - - - N. Perez 10-10 - 1 1 - - - - - - - - - J. Reed 6-1 - 1 1 - - - - - - - - - W. McLane 10-6 1 - 1 - - - - - - - - - L. Meyers 5-0 - 1 1 - - - - - - - - - C. Vitolo 2-0 - 1 1 0.5-1 - - - - - - - - J. Mays 10-9 - 1 1 - - - - - - - 1 - J. Frye 10-10 - 1 1 - - - - - - - - - V. Smith 10-8 1 - 1 - - - - - - - - - TEAM 7-0 - - - - - - - - - - - 1 Total.......... 10-0 365 333 698 84-279 29-140 6-67 32 25 9-0 9 4 1 Opponents...... 10-0 422 440 862 51.0-191 15-99 15-247 41 22 3-0 5 3 -

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Team Statistics |---RUSHING---| |---RECEIVING---| Opponent No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD Lg MIDWESTERN STATE 54 217 2 27 18 137 0 31 vs Abilene Christian 30 179 1 62 39 377 2 27 EASTERN NEW MEXICO 48 324 3 69 19 240 2 50 at West Texas A&M 47 193 2 18 15 196 1 45 DELTA STATE 36 92 1 22 27 293 4 43 at A&M-Commerce 39 200 3 43 22 224 1 34 TEXAS A&M-KINGSVILLE 30 93 2 21 34 346 1 43 at Incarnate Word 28 117 1 25 26 280 5 75 at North Alabama 49 226 2 26 31 311 2 99 ANGELO STATE 40 120 3 16 24 460 3 66 Totals 401 1761 20 69 255 2864 21 99 Opponent 352 1378 16 66 189 2226 17 80

|-------PASSING-------| |---KICK RET---| |--PUNT RET--| Tot C-A-I Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg off 18-26-1 137 0 31 3 56 0 25 2 19 0 7 354 39-52-1 377 2 27 6 106 0 20 2 11 0 11 556 19-34-2 240 2 50 5 108 0 30 4 16 0 11 564 15-27-0 196 1 45 1 22 0 22 3 22 0 16 389 27-39-2 293 4 43 3 54 0 22 2 -3 0 0 385 22-42-1 224 1 34 1 34 0 34 4 112 0 51 424 34-59-3 346 1 43 3 66 0 24 2 39 0 34 439 26-38-3 280 5 75 4 107 0 40 2 18 0 4 397 31-42-1 311 2 99 1 23 0 23 1 9 0 9 537 24-40-1 460 3 66 5 74 0 39 1 -4 0 0 580 255-399-15 2864 21 99 32 650 0 40 23 239 0 51 4625 189-326-6 2226 17 80 38 747 1 93 16 169 1 54 3604

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Kicking (FG-FG Att.) (Long) • (PAT)

Smith Henshaw Doyle Regal Midwestern State 6-19-0 2-4-0 10-46-0 33-152-2 Abilene Christian 7-1-0 1-21-0 9-34-1 13-103-0 Eastern New Mexico 16-167-2 21-113-1 6-27-0 DNP West Texas A&M 24-134-1 10-64-0 13-(-5)-1 DNP Delta State 17-45-0 12-68-1 6-(-19)-0 DNP A&M-Commerce 14-44-0 18-119-3 5-7-0 DNP Texas A&M-Kingsville 22-103-1 DNP 6-13-1 DNP Incarnate Word 17-83-0 0-0-0 DNP DNP North Alabama 19-126-0 23-101-1 DNP DNP Angelo State 12-52-1 19-72-1 DNP DNP

Midwestern State Abilene Christian Eastern New Mexico West Texas A&M Delta State A&M-Commerce Texas A&M-Kingsville Incarnate Word North Alabama Angelo State

Barnes 2-2 (25) • 2-2 3-3 (41) • 2-2 0-1 • 5-5 0-0 • 3-3 0-0 • 5-5 5-5 (38) • 4-4 0-1 • 2-2 1-1 (29) • 6-6 3-3 (35) • 3-3 4-4 (47) • 6-6

Arellano 0-2 • 0-0 0-0 • 0-0 0-0 • 0-0 0-0 • 0-0 0-0 • 0-0 0-0 • 0-0 0-0 • 0-1 0-0 • 0-0 0-0 • 0-0 0-0 • 0-0

Passing (Comp.-Att.-Int.-yards-td) (long) Punting Midwestern State Abilene Christian Eastern New Mexico West Texas A&M Delta State A&M-Commerce Texas A&M-Kingsville Incarnate Word North Alabama Angelo State

Doyle 18-26-1-137-0 (31) 39-52-1-377-2 (27) 19-34-2-240-2 (50) 15-27-0-196-1 (45) 27-39-2-293-4 (43) 22-42-1-224-1 (34) 13-24-2-112-0 (16) DNP DNP DNP

Fenske DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 21-35-1-234-1 (43) 26-38-3-280-5 (75) 31-41-1-311-2 (99) 24-40-1-460-3 (66)

No. Yds Avg Lg Blk TB FC 50+ I-20 Midwestern State 3 147 49.0 54 0 1 0 1 1 Abilene Christian 2 71 35.5 37 0 0 0 0 0 Eastern New Mexico 1 40 40.0 40 0 0 0 0 0 West Texas A&M 7 330 47.1 55 1 1 1 3 3 Delta State 4 146 36.5 42 1 0 1 0 1 A&M-Commerce 5 212 42.4 58 0 1 0 1 2 Texas A&M-Kingsville 5 202 40.4 59 0 0 0 1 1 Incarnate Word 4 185 46.2 50 0 0 0 1 1 North Alabama 5 185 37.0 49 0 0 2 0 3 Angelo State 2 69 34.5 51 0 0 0 1 1

Receiving (Rec.-Yards-TD) Rhodes III Midwestern State 4-47-0 Abilene Christian 9-106-0 Eastern New Mexico 10-111-1 West Texas A&M 1-23-0 Delta State 8-73-0 A&M-Commerce 4-63-1 Texas A&M-Kingsville 10-117-0 Incarnate Word 3-40-1 North Alabama 6-48-0 Angelo State 1-66-1

Frye Buckingham Valentine Mays 2-35-0 5-32-0 1-8-0 3-8-0 10-92-0 4-35-0 2-16-0 1-5-0 2-24-0 0-0-0 2-23-0 1-50-1 2-10-0 4-69-1 2-17-0 1-14-0 3-68-1 3-33-1 5-53-1 3-18-0 8-103-0 4-34-0 1-2-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 6-57-1 1-5-0 7-75-0 4-114-1 7-45-2 1-3-0 5-35-0 8-48-0 5-46-1 3-107-1 2-17-0 7-180-1 2-14-1 2-27-0 0-0-0

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Henshaw Smith Regal 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-7-0 0-0-0 5-24-1 5-62-1 0-0-0 3-19-0 DNP 1-22-0 1-15-0 DNP 2-5-1 1-18-0 DNP 3-10-0 0-0- DNP DNP 3-55-0 DNP 0-0-0 3-8-0 DNP 4-28-0 2-12-0 DNP 6-95-0 4-35-0 DNP

Plata 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-13-0 1-3-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-35-1 0-0-0 0-0-0


Game-By-Game Starters WR Frye Frye Frye Frye Frye Ernst Frye Frye Ernst Frye

TE LT LG McLane Campbell Perez McLane Campbell Perez McLane Campbell Perez McLane Campbell Perez Buckingham Campbell Perez McLane Campbell Perez Washington Campbell Perez Buckingham Campbell Perez McLane Campbell Perez Buckingham Campbell Perez

C RG RT Burnett Ruben Love Burnett Ruben Love Burnett Ruben Love Burnett Ruben Love Burnett Ruben Love Burnett Ruben Love Burnett Ruben Love Burnett Ruben Love Burnett Ruben Love Burnett Ruben Love

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DE LB LB Rov Bettiol Knicky Martinez Hurndon Bettiol Knicky Martinez Hurndon Bettiol Knicky Martinez Hurndon Bettiol Knicky Martinez Hurndon Allen Knicky Martinez Hurndon Allen Wadley Martinez Hurndon Allen Knicky Martinez Hurndon Bettiol Knicky Martinez Hurndon Bettiol Wadley Martinez Hurndon Bettiol Knicky Martinez Figures

CB S S Louis Johnson C. Moore Harris Johnson C. Moore Jackson Johnson C. Moore Jackson Johnson C. Moore Harris Johnson C. Moore Figures Johnson C. Moore Harris Johnson Reed Figures Johnson C. Moore Figures Johnson C. Moore Harris Johnson C. Moore

CB Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Phillips Figures Phillips Phillips Phillips

KO Arellano Arellano Arellano Arellano Arellano Arellano Arellano Arellano Arellano Arellano

PK Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes Barnes

P Arellano Arellano Arellano Arellano Arellano Arellano Arellano Arellano Arellano Arellano

H Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham

KR LS -- McLane Regal McLane -- McLane -- McLane -- McLane -- McLane Phillips McLane Phillips McLane -- McLane Phillips McLane

Specialists Midwestern State Abilene Christian Eastern New Mexico West Texas A&M Delta State A&M-Commerce Texas A&M-Kingsville Incarnate Word North Alabama Angelo State

PR Mays Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham

KR Valentine Valentine Mays Mays Mays Mays Mays Mays Mays Mays

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DT Raimoa Raimoa Raimoa Raimoa Raimoa Ford Ford Ford Ford Raimoa

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DT Gonzalez Gonzalez Gonzalez Gonzalez Gonzalez Gonzalez Gonzalez Gonzalez Gonzalez Gonzalez

History/Records

DE Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Melton Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson

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Midwestern State Abilene Christian Eastern New Mexico West Texas A&M Delta State A&M-Commerce Texas A&M-Kingsville Incarnate Word North Alabama Angelo State

The Players

Defense

The Coaches

QB RB WR WR Midwestern State Doyle Regal Rhodes III Mays Abilene Christian Doyle Regal Buckingham Mays Eastern New Mexico Doyle Smith Rhodes III Mays West Texas A&M Doyle Smith Rhodes III Mays Delta State Doyle Smith Rhodes III Mays A&M-Commerce Doyle Smith Rhodes III Frye Texas A&M-Kingsville Doyle Smith Rhodes III Mays Incarnate Word Fenske Smith Rhodes III Mays North Alabama Fenske Smith Mays Frye Angelo State Fenske Smith Rhodes III Mays *-Started Four WR’s, ^-Started Two TE’s, !-Started a FB

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Opponent Score Midwestern State 20-17 Abilene Christian 31-34 Eastern New Mexico 35-23 West Texas A&M 21-41 Delta State 35-38 A&M-Commerce 43-10 Texas A&M-Kingsville 23-35 Incarnate Word 45-20 North Alabama 38-28 Angelo State 54-37 Totals 345-283

First Downs Total Rush Pass Pen Rushes-Yards Comp-Att-Int 23/21 16/11 6/7 1/3 54-217/35-146 18-26-1/16-32-2 30/21 8/6 22/12 0/3 30-179/28-55 39-52-1/27-42-0 30/18 16/9 12/6 2/3 48-324/40-139 19-34-2/11-21-0 23/27 8/9 10/15 5/3 47-193/30-171 15-27-0/23-37-0 26/21 9/12 13/9 4/0 36-92/41-188 27-39-2/12-18-0 24/11 8/2 14/7 2/2 39-200/25-20 22-42-1/20-40-2 30/20 8/9 17/7 5/4 30-93/43-183 34-59-3/15-27-0 18/15 6/6 11/7 1/2 28-117/39-114 26-38-3/20-37-1 26/19 12/8 12/10 2/1 49-226/38-223 31-42-1/18-29-0 28/27 10/10 15/13 3/4 40-120/33-139 24-40-1/27-43-1 258/200 101/82 132/93 25/25 401-1761/352-1378 255-399-15/189-326-6

3rd Down 4th Down Time of TOP Opponent Conversions Conversions Possession Margin Midwestern State 7-16/5-12 2-2/1-2 33:44/26:16 7:28 Abilene Christian 9-16/7-15 0-1/1-1 28:09/31:51 -3:42 Eastern New Mexico 6-12/7-15 2-3/0-0 30:32/29:28 1:04 West Texas A&M 4-14/1-8 0-1/0-0 32:06/27:54 4:12 Delta State 5-11/3-10 0-1/0-0 31:54/28:06 3:48 A&M-Commerce 5-17/4-17 2-2/0-2 30:30/29:24 1:06 Texas A&M-Kingsville 8-16/6-15 1-2/0-2 27:33/32:27 -4:54 Incarnate Word 4-12/6-20 2-3/3-4 24:54/35:06 -10:12 North Alabama 8-18/6-13 2-2/0-1 33:37/25:18 8:19 Angelo State 5-15/6-14 1-2/1-2 31:13/28:47 2:26 Totals 61-147/51-139 12-19/6-14 304:12/294:37 9:35

Avg Yds/Rush 4.0/4.2 6.0/2.0 6.8/3.5 4.1/5.7 2.6/4.6 5.1/0.8 3.1/4.3 4.2/2.9 4.6/5.9 3.0/4.2 4.4/3.9

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Total Pass Yards Plays-Yards Ret-Yards TO 137/173 80-354/67-319 96/79 1/3 377/279 82-556/70-334 117/145 1/0 240/247 82-564/61-386 124/63 2/0 196/331 74-389/67-502 44/157 1/1 293/223 75-385/59-411 51/74 2/2 224/185 81-424/65-205 191/62 1/2 346/182 89-439/70-365 105/160 4/0 280/149 66-397/76-263 125/193 3/3 311/212 91-537/67-435 32/146 1/2 460/245 80-580/76-384 71/84 2/2 2864/2226 800-4625/678-3604 956/1163 18/15

Avg Yds/Pass 5.3/5.4 7.2/6.6 7.1/11.8 7.3/8.9 7.5/12.4 5.3/4.6 5.9/6.7 7.4/4.0 7.4/7.3 11.5/5.7 7.2/6.8

Avg Punting Penalties Yds/Play Number-Avg Number-Yards 4.4/4.8 3-49.0/3-29.0 10-86/3-30 6.8/4.8 3-29.3/4-41.5 11-110/7-50 6.9/6.3 1-40.0/5-35.0 9-75/6-31 5.3/7.5 8-41.2/5-47.2 12-108/12-120 5.1/7.0 5-29.2/5-47.0 2-10/8-54 5.2/3.2 5-42.4/8-44.9 4-45/7-78 4.9/5.2 5-40.4/6-44.0 8-70/10-80 6.0/3.5 4-46.2/7-31.1 4-39/6-50 5.9/6.5 5-37.0/5-42.6 11-100/10-98 7.2/5.1 2-34.5/4-33.8 10-88/8-69 5.8/5.3 41-39.1/52-40.2 731/660


Season Superlatives

Texan Football

43, vs Texas A&M-Kingsville 223, at North Alabama 5.9, at North Alabama 3, Two Teams 43, vs Angelo State 27, Two Teams 331, at West Texas A&M 12.4, vs Delta State 4, at West Texas A&M 76, Two Teams 502, at West Texas A&M 7.5, at West Texas A&M 41, at West Texas A&M 4, at West Texas A&M 27, Two Teams 12, at West Texas A&M 120, at West Texas A&M 3, Two Teams 3, Two Teams 8, at A&M-Commerce 47.2, at West Texas A&M 87, vs Texas A&M-Kingsville 3, at West Texas A&M 54, vs Abilene Christian

The LSC

Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return

History/Records

54, vs Midwestern State 324, vs Eastern New Mexico 6.8, vs Eastern New Mexico 3, Three Games 59, vs Texas A&M-Kingsville 39, vs Abilene Christian 460, vs Angelo State 11.5, vs Angelo State 5, at Incarnate Word 91, at North Alabama 580, vs Angelo State 7.2, vs Angelo State 54, vs Angelo State 6, Twice 30, Three Times 12, at West Texas A&M 110, vs Abilene Christian 4, vs Texas A&M-Kingsville 2, Twice 8, at West Texas A&M 49.0, vs Midwestern State 59, vs Texas A&M-Kingsville 3, Twice 51, at A&M-Commerce

21, Two Players 135, Anthony Johnson, vs Texas A&M-Kingsville 2, Two Players 66, Chris Alexander, at North Alabama 42, Two Players 27, Two Players 331, Dustin Vaughan, at West Texas A&M 4, Dustin Vaughan, at West Texas A&M 80, Wesley Wood, vs Eastern New Mexico 8, Four Players 131, Dillon Metzger, vs Eastern New Mexico 2, Three Players 80, Dillon Metzger, vs Eastern New Mexico 2, Three Players 45, Saul Meza, at Incarnate Word 8, Cameron Frosch, at A&M-Commerce 51.0, Greg Saladino, vs Midwestern State 87, Angel Millan, vs Texas A&M-Kingsville 3, Kevin VanVoris, at West Texas A&M 54, Taylor Gabriel, vs Abilene Christian 93, J. Woodson, vs Texas A&M-Kingsville 16, Tavarius Wilson, at North Alabama 2.0, E. Westbrooks, at West Texas A&M 3.0, E. Westbrooks, at West Texas A&M 2, Two Players

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Opponent Team Highs

Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return

Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

The Players

Tarleton Team Highs

33, Jerome Regal vs Midwestern State 167, Vaughn Smith vs Eastern New Mexico 3, Zach Henshaw at A&M-Commerce 69, Vaughn Smith vs Eastern New Mexico 52, Aaron Doyle vs Abilene Christian 39, Aaron Doyle vs Abilene Christian 460, Jake Fenske vs Angelo State 5, Jake Fenske at Incarnate Word 99, Jake Fenske at North Alabama 10, Jeken Frye vs Abilene Christian Clifton Rhodes III (Twice) 180, Jeken Frye vs Angelo State 2, Arthur Buckingham at Incarnate Word 99, Cordell Valentine at North Alabama 5, Blake Barnes at A&M-Commerce 47, Blake Barnes vs Angelo State 7, Isaac Arellano at West Texas A&M 49.0, Isaac Arellano vs Midwestern State 59, Isaac Arellano vs Texas A&M-Kingsville 3, Isaac Arellano (Twice) 51, Arthur Buckingham at A&M-Commerce 40, Dashaun Phillips at Incarnate Word 16, Marquis Wadley vs Texas A&M-Kingsville 3.0, Rufus Johnson vs Abilene Christian 3.0, Rufus Johnson (Three Times) 1, Six Players

The Coaches

Opponent Individual Highs

Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass attempts Pass completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Punts inside 20 Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

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Opponent Midwestern State Midwestern State Midwestern State Midwestern State Abilene Christian Abilene Christian Abilene Christian Abilene Christian Abilene Christian Abilene Christian Eastern New Mexico Eastern New Mexico Eastern New Mexico Eastern New Mexico Eastern New Mexico West Texas A&M West Texas A&M West Texas A&M Delta State Delta State Delta State Delta State Delta State A&M-Commerce A&M-Commerce A&M-Commerce A&M-Commerce A&M-Commerce A&M-Commerce A&M-Commerce A&M-Commerce A&M-Commerce Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas A&M-Kingsville Incarnate Word Incarnate Word Incarnate Word Incarnate Word Incarnate Word Incarnate Word Incarnate Word North Alabama North Alabama North Alabama North Alabama North Alabama North Alabama North Alabama Angelo State Angelo State Angelo State Angelo State Angelo State Angelo State Angelo State Angelo State Angelo State Angelo State

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

Time Scoring play 12:53 J. Regal 3 yd run 05:21 J. Regal 1 yd run 01:21 B. Barnes 25 yd field goal 09:30 B. Barnes 25 yd field goal 05:26 J. Regal 16 yd pass from A. Doyle 00:27 V. Smith 10 yd pass from A. Doyle 12:17 B. Barnes 28 yd field goal 04:24 B. Barnes 41 yd field goal 09:35 B. Barnes 25 yd field goal 01:02 A. Doyle 1 yd run 11:51 V. Smith 13 yd run 04:14 C. Rhodes III 31 yd pass from A. Doyle 00:48 J. Mays 50 yd pass from A. Doyle 11:21 Z. Henshaw 3 yd run 05:09 V. Smith 69 yd run 08:19 V. Smith 15 yd run 12:41 A. Buckingham 45 yd pass from A. Doyle 04:51 A. Doyle 6 yd run 05:20 C. Valentine 4 yd pass from A. Doyle 00:31 Z. Henshaw 7 yd pass from A. Doyle 13:02 J. Frye 43 yd pass from A. Doyle 03:37 Z. Henshaw 6 yd run 02:58 A. Buckingham 27 yd pass from A. Doyle 09:03 B. Barnes 18 yd field goal 00:00 C. Rhodes III 34 yd pass from A. Doyle 05:24 Z. Henshaw 15 yd run 02:37 B. Barnes 31 yd field goal 00:00 B. Barnes 20 yd field goal 11:51 B. Barnes 29 yd field goal 02:26 B. Barnes 38 yd field goal 10:49 Z. Henshaw 25 yd run 04:58 Z. Henshaw 2 yd run 05:52 V. Smith 6 yd run 04:59 A. Doyle 1 yd run 05:38 A. Buckingham 11 yd pass from J. Fenske 00:31 TEAM safety 13:01 C. Rhodes III 5 yd pass from J. Fenske 06:31 A. Buckingham 13 yd pass from J. Fenske 01:40 B. Barnes 29 yd field goal 07:59 A. Buckingham 9 yd pass from J. Fenske 00:17 J. Frye 75 yd pass from J. Fenske 08:05 J. Fenske 1 yd run 03:09 A. Plata 8 yd pass from J. Fenske 06:20 A. Plata 3 yd run 06:37 C. Valentine 99 yd pass from J. Fenske 00:04 B. Barnes 24 yd field goal 08:40 B. Barnes 35 yd field goal 06:01 Z. Henshaw 15 yd run 01:23 A. Buckingham 22 yd pass from J. Fenske 00:20 B. Barnes 29 yd field goal 11:20 B. Barnes 24 yd field goal 03:16 C. Rhodes III 66 yd pass from J. Fenske 12:53 Z. Henshaw 1 yd run 00:21 B. Barnes 40 yd field goal 13:42 J. Frye 53 yd pass from J. Fenske 07:36 B. Barnes 41 yd field goal 01:03 B. Barnes 47 yd field goal 13:49 V. Smith 16 yd run 09:39 A. Doyle 3 yd run 06:40 A. Buckingham 35 yd pass from J. Fenske

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Conversion B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick W. McLane pass B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick I. Arellano kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick J. Frye pass B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick B. Barnes kick

Plays-Yards 12-70 2-4 5-11 12-78 9-82 10-53 11-68 11-53 6-73 10-85 13-77 9-71 3-70 13-71 5-95 6-52 6-75 10-77 11-79 7-72 5-76 6-58 9-75 11-57 11-79 2-17 5-28 9-36 9-62 7-50 3-32 3-16 12-72 10-75 7-75 1-5 11-70 6-36 9-66 4-91 10-55 4-45 16-65 1-99 11-52 14-57 2-17 10-75 4-2 5-56 1-66 10-36 13-67 4-61 6-12 8-43 3-32 8-76 2-46

TOP Score 4:08 7-0 0:34 14-10 2:03 17-10 5:30 20-10 3:12 7-7 3:46 14-7 2:32 17-7 3:29 20-7 2:25 23-27 2:10 31-34 4:29 7-0 3:39 14-7 0:20 21-10 4:49 28-17 2:45 35-23 1:58 7-0 2:19 14-24 4:41 21-27 4:50 7-8 3:08 14-8 1:51 21-15 2:46 28-15 3:15 35-35 4:52 3-0 4:30 10-0 0:39 17-10 1:44 20-10 0:54 23-10 3:09 26-10 2:23 29-10 0:48 36-10 1:00 43-10 4:16 7-0 4:11 14-9 1:56 21-28 23-35 0:04 7-0 4:05 14-0 2:54 17-0 4:14 24-3 0:33 31-3 3:37 38-13 1:21 45-13 6:36 7-0 0:11 14-14 4:35 17-14 6:20 20-14 0:36 27-14 3:14 35-28 0:16 38-28 2:16 3-3 0:10 10-3 4:07 17-3 4:55 20-9 1:12 27-9 1:43 30-16 2:09 33-23 0:23 40-23 2:29 47-23 0:32 54-31


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History/Records The LSC Texan Football

TOP Score 5:35 7-7 4:45 10-7 2:52 17-20 4:45 0-7 2:31 20-10 1:56 20-17 2:10 20-24 4:43 20-27 6:23 23-34 0:13 7-7 2:55 14-10 4:13 21-17 3:20 28-23 0:05 7-7 0:10 7-14 4:44 7-17 0:11 7-24 3:01 14-27 4:42 21-34 2:22 21-41 0-8 0:09 14-15 3:49 28-21 1:10 28-28 2:47 28-35 0:53 35-38 4:06 10-3 10-10 2:23 7-6 5:05 7-9 4:13 14-15 1:23 14-22 0:53 14-28 21-35 4:09 17-3 2:52 31-10 5:57 31-13 2:50 45-20 2:56 7-7 2:54 7-14 2:59 27-21 2:23 27-28 0:56 3-3 3:41 17-9 1:50 27-16 0:12 30-23 2:12 47-31 3:16 54-37

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Conversion Plays-Yards Greg Saladino kick 13-89 10-42 Greg Saladino kick 9-75 M. Lineberry kick 11-48 7-46 M. Lineberry kick 5-36 M. Lineberry kick 4-25 10-54 M. Lineberry kick 14-79 Dylan Baca kick 1-80 9-53 Dylan Baca kick 9-77 Wesley Wood rush failed 8-86 Sergio Castillo kick 1-15 Sergio Castillo kick 1-56 11-75 Sergio Castillo kick 2-14 9-62 Sergio Castillo kick 9-77 Sergio Castillo kick 5-93 Trevor Wooden rush Andrew Jones kick 1-50 Andrew Jones kick failed 10-75 Andrew Jones kick 3-72 Andrew Jones kick 6-74 4-5 8-42 Jacob O’Neil kick Matt Stoll kick failed 5-69 10-52 Matt Stoll kick blockd 8-74 Matt Stoll kick 3-80 Matt Stoll kick failed 3-48 Matt Stoll kick 13-50 Saul Meza kick 7-42 14-37 Saul Meza kick 9-65 Taylor Pontius kick 5-48 Taylor Pontius kick 7-91 Taylor Pontius kick 9-93 Taylor Pontius kick 6-57 4-1 Jarred Martin kick failed 9-65 Jarred Martin kick 5-75 Jarred Martin kick 2-5 Excelle Osborne pass 7-56 K. Washington pass failed 10-64

The Players

Time Scoring play 02:20 Kei. Jackson 1 yd run 08:37 Greg Saladino 37 yd field goal 06:30 Brandon Kelsey 6 yd run 08:38 C. West 1 yd run 01:53 M. Lineberry 27 yd field goal 08:29 T. Tarver II 7 yd run 04:03 Taylor Gabriel 6 yd pass from Mitchell Gale 12:00 M. Lineberry 30 yd field goal 03:12 Taylor Gabriel 16 yd pass from Mitchell Gale 07:59 Dillon Metzger 80 yd pass from Wesley Wood 01:13 Dylan Baca 33 yd field goal 01:15 Wesley Wood 21 yd run 07:56 D. Thomas 8 yd pass from Wesley Wood 08:00 T. Hammargren 15 yd pass from Dustin Vaughan 10:32 Torrence Allen 56 yd pass from Dustin Vaughan 04:22 Sergio Castillo 22 yd field goal 02:28 Khiry Robinson 14 yd pass from Dustin Vaughan 09:40 Sergio Castillo 30 yd field goal 00:03 Geremy Alridge 1 yd run 07:12 Torrence Allen 35 yd pass from Dustin Vaughan 10:16 R. Truesdale 0 yd blocked punt return 00:03 Erick Clayton 50 yd pass from Trevor Wooden 14:48 Trevor Wooden 13 yd run 11:37 R. Truesdale 34 yd run 06:13 Trevor Wooden 2 yd run 00:00 Andrew Jones 33 yd field goal 10:48 Jacob O’Neil 42 yd field goal 09:21 Pablo Vasquez 43 yd interception return 00:14 J. Woodson 26 yd run 09:10 Matt Stoll 27 yd field goal 00:42 Clyde Lee 5 yd pass from Nate Poppell 09:09 R. Armstrong 26 yd pass from Bryan Ehrlich 07:34 Shane Prater 51 yd pass from Bryan Ehrlich 05:22 J. Woodson 93 yd kickoff return 12:22 Saul Meza 28 yd field goal 06:13 Kent Hadnot 10 yd pass from Taylor Woods 11:50 Saul Meza 45 yd field goal 00:19 Taylor Woods 4 yd run 03:24 Lee Mayhall 33 yd pass from Luke Wingo 11:50 Chris Alexander 2 yd run 09:00 Luke Wingo 19 yd run 04:37 Luke Wingo 9 yd run 03:34 Jarred Martin 25 yd field goal 09:11 Excelle Osborne 8 yd pass from K. Washington 11:52 Donavan Roberts 41 yd run 03:18 K. Washington 2 yd run 07:22 Excelle Osborne 4 yd pass from K. Washington 03:17 Joey Knight 5 yd pass from K. Washington

The Coaches

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Opponent Midwestern State Midwestern State Midwestern State Abilene Christian Abilene Christian Abilene Christian Abilene Christian Abilene Christian Abilene Christian Eastern New Mexico Eastern New Mexico Eastern New Mexico Eastern New Mexico West Texas A&M West Texas A&M West Texas A&M West Texas A&M West Texas A&M West Texas A&M West Texas A&M Delta State Delta State Delta State Delta State Delta State Delta State A&M-Commerce A&M-Commerce Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas A&M-Kingsville Incarnate Word Incarnate Word Incarnate Word Incarnate Word North Alabama North Alabama North Alabama North Alabama Angelo State Angelo State Angelo State Angelo State Angelo State Angelo State

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Name A. Allen A. Alvarez I. Arellano B. Barnes P. Bettiol C. Bowers C. Bridgewater A. Buckingham C. Burnett A. Campbell K. Chandler K. Cole B. Davis M. Di Domenico A. Doyle L. Ernst R. Faimoa J. Fenske D. Figures B. Ford J. Frye J. Gonzalez J. Grant D. Gray J. Hale R. Harris S. Harvey Z. Henshaw R. Hinton E. Horton G. Hughes J. Hurndon C. Rhodes III C. Jackson De. Jackson B. Johnson R. Johnson J. Jones C. Kendrick M. Knicky A. Lee J. Louis L. Love M. Martinez J. Mays W. McLane T. Melton L. Meyers B. Moore C. Moore B. Ngwa C. Osunde N. Perez D. Phillips A. Plata J. Reed J. Regal X. Ruben V. Smith C. Strahan K. Travis C. Valentine C. Vitolo M. Wadley C. Wallace S. Washington D. Wicker

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The Last Time/Texans’ Record When... Tarleton State Individual Misc. KR for a Touchdown PR for a Touchdown Punted the Ball 60+ Yards Punted the Ball 70+ Yards Kicked a 40+ Yard FG Kicked a 50+ Yard FG Made 4+ FG

87 yards, Cordell Valentine vs. A&M-Commerce, 10-15-11 57 yards, Devin Guinn vs. Abilene Christian, 10-24-09 60, Jerry Owens at West Texas A&M, 10-9-10 76, Scott Smith vs. Austin College, 11-12-83 47, Blake Barnes vs. Angelo State, 11-10-12 64, Garrett Lindholm at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 11-14-09 4, Blake Barnes vs. Angelo State, 11-10-12

Opponent Team 50+ Points 60+ Points 70+ Points Shutout TSU in Stephenville Shutout TSU on the road 300+ Yards Rushing Less than 100 Yards Rushing 50+ Rushing Attempts 300+ Passing Yards 400+ Passing Yards Less than 100 Yards Passing 50+ Passing Attempts 500+ Yards Total Offense Less than 200 Yards Total Offense

56, at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 11-14-09 (L, 56-57 2-OT) 70, vs. Abilene Christian, 10-27-07 (W, 70-63) 70, vs. Abilene Christian, 10-27-07 (W, 70-63) vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 10-7-06 (23-0) at West Texas A&M, 11-8-08 (51-0) 370 vs. Abilene Christian, 10-27-07 20 at A&M-Commerce, 10-13-12 51 at Midwestern State, 10-8-11 331 at West Texas A&M, 9-29-12 536 vs. West Texas A&M, 11-7-09 69 vs. East Central, 9-12-09 50 vs. Angelo State, 11-12-11 502 vs. West Texas A&M, 9-29-09 185 at A&M-Commerce, 10-13-12

The Players

54 vs. Angelo State, 11-10-12 66 vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, 9-26-09 70 at Prairie View A&M, 11-12-94 vs. Eastern New Mexico, 10-21-06 (48-0) at Northeastern State, 9-5-09 (6-0) at Northeastern State, 9-5-09 (6-0) at Northeastern State, 9-5-09 (6-0) at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 11-14-09 (W, 57-56 2-OT) 324 vs. Eastern New Mexico, 9-22-12 406 vs. New Mexico Highlands, 8-26-04 93 vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 10-20-12 9 vs. Angelo State, 11-12-11 460 vs. Angelo State, 10-10-12 460 vs. Angelo State, 10-10-12 97 at Midwestern State, 10-8-11 580 vs Angelo State, 11-10-12 602 vs. Abilene Christian, 10-27-07 179 at Midwestern State, 10-8-11 No. 4 Midwestern State, 9-8-12 (20-17) No. 4 Midwestern State, 9-8-12 (20-17) No. 4 Midwestern State, 9-8-12 (20-17) No. 4 Midwestern State, 9-8-12 (20-17) No. 4 Midwestern State, 9-8-12 (20-17) No. 13 Texas A&M-Kingsville, 11-14-09 No. 13 Texas A&M-Kingsville, 11-14-09 No. 13 Texas A&M-Kingsville, 11-14-09 No. 3 Chadron State, 11-17-01 No. 3 Chadron State, 11-17-01

The Coaches

50+ Points 60+ Points 70+ Points Shut a team out at home Shut out LSC opponent at home Shut a team out on the road Shut out LSC opponent on the road Overtime game 300+ Yards Rushing 400+ Yards Rushing Less than 100 Yards Rushing Less than 25 Yards Rushing 300+ Yards Passing 400+ Yards Passing Less than 100 Yards Passing 500+ Yards Total Offense 600+ Yards Total Offense Less than 200 Yards Total Offense Beat a Top 25 team at home Beat a Top 20 team at home Beat a Top 15 team at home Beat a Top 10 team at home Beat a Top 5 team at home Beat a Top 25 team on the road Beat a Top 20 team on the road Beat a Top 15 team on the road Beat a Top 10 team on the road Beat a Top 5 team on the road

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Opponent Individual Rushing

Tarleton State Individual Passing

460, Jake Fenske vs. Angelo State, 11-10-12 460, Jake Fenske vs. Angelo State, 11-10-12 39, Aaron Doyle vs. Abilene Christian, 9-15-12 40, Jake Fenske vs. Angelo State, 11-10-12 52, Aaron Doyle vs. Abilene Christian, 9-15-12 60, Dan Garrett vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 1970 3, Jake Fenske vs. Angelo State, 11-10-12 5, Jake Fenske at Incarnate Word, 10-27-13 5, Jake Fenske at Incarnate Word, 10-27-13

Tarleton State Individual Receiving

Tarleton State Individual Defense

16, Marquis Wadley vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 10-20-12 2, Dashaun Phillips vs. Millsaps, 11-5-11 3, Richard Chambers vs Midwestern State, 10-8-05 88 yards, Desmond Jackson at Angelo State, 11-12-11 34 yards, Desmond Jackson at Eastern N.M., 9-24-11 6, Rufus Johnson vs. A&M-Commerce, 10-15-11 3, Rufus Johnson at Incarnate Word, 10-27-12 Cameron Bridgewater at Incarnate Word, 10-27-12 Gaston Benson at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 10-22-11 Dashaun Phillips vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 10-20-12 Team at Texas State, 9-17-11

331, Dustin Vaughan at West Texas A&M, 9-29-12 536, Taylor Harris vs. West Texas A&M 11-7-09 3, Kyle Washington vs. Angelo State, 11-10-12

Opponent Individual Receiving

Caught 10+ Passes 10, Darian Dale at Eastern New Mexico 9-24-11 100+ Yards Receiving 104, Torrence Allen at West Texas A&M, 9-29-12 200+ Yards Receiving 201, Brittan Golden vs. West Texas A&M, 11-7-09 Two Players with 100+ Yards Receiving 201, Brittan Golden -and 148, Tyson Williams vs. West Texas A&M, 11-7-09 Had 3+ TD Catches 3, Jarrod Fuller at Sam Houston State, 10-7-04

Opponent Individual Defense

Had 15+ Tackles 16, Tavarius Wilson at North Alabama, 11-3-12 Had 2+ INT 2, Mark Savere vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 10-20-12 INT Return for a Touchdown 43 yards, Paplo Vasquez at A&M-Commerce, 10-13-12 Fumble Return for a Touchdown 26 yards, Delra Glover at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 11-14-09 Had 5+ Tackles for Loss 5.0, Clayton Farrell vs. Abilene Christian 10-22-05 Had 3+ Sacks 3, R. Smith vs. Abilene Christian 9-1-11 Blocked a Punt Rondreas Truesdale vs. Delta State, 10-6-12 Blocked a FG Team vs. Southern Arkansas, 9-4-03 Blocked a PAT Fred Thompson vs. Abilene Christian, 10-24-09 Recorded a Safety Team vs. Midwestern State, 10-8-11

Opponent Individual Misc.

KR for a Touchdown 97 yards, Jonathan Woodson vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 10-20-12 PR for a Touchdown 79 yards, Patrick Weaver vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, 9-30-06 Punted the Ball 60+ Yards 87, Angel Millan vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 10-20-12 Punted the Ball 70+ Yards 87, Angel Millan vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 10-20-12 Kicked a 40+ Yard FG 45, Saul Meza at Incarnate Word, 10-27-12 Kicked a 50+ Yard FG 55, Jared Homer vs. Northeastern State, 9-6-08 Made 4+ FG 4, Brett Sowers vs Northeastern State, 9-17-05

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Had 15+ Tackles Had 2+ INT Had 3+ INT INT Return for a Touchdown Fumble Return for a Touchdown Had 5+ Tackles for Loss Had 3+ Sacks Blocked a Punt Blocked a FG Blocked a PAT Recorded a Safety

300+ Yards Passing 400+ Yards Passing Had 3+ TD Passes

Texan Football

Caught 10+ Passes 10, Clifton Rhodes III vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 10-20-12 100+ Yards Receiving 180, Jeken Frye vs. Angelo State, 11-10-12 200+ Yards Receiving 215, Jeken Frye vs. Northeastern State, 9-2-10 Two Players with 100+ Yards Receiving 161, Devin Guinn -and 109, Jahmeel Hobson vs. West Texas A&M, 11-7-09 Had 3+ TD Catches 3, Devin Guinn vs. East Central, 8-25-07 Had 4+ TD Catches 4, Dustin Pleasant at Midwestern State, 10-14-06

Opponent Individual Passing

The LSC

300+ Yards Passing 400+ Yards Passing Had 30+ Completions Had 40+ Attempts Had 50+ Attempts Had 60+ Attempts Had 3+ TD Passes Had 4+ TD Passes Had 6+ TD Passes

100+ Yards Rushing 135, Anthony Johnson, vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 10-20-12 200+ Yards Rushing 223, Fred Winborn, vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 11-14-09 Two Players with 100+ Yards Rushing 128, Keith Flemming -and 103, Wayne McKnight, vs. West Texas A&M, 11-8-08 3+ Rushing Touchdowns 3, Terrence Franks, at Texas State, 9-17-11

History/Records

100+ Yards Rushing 126, Vaughn Smith at North Alabama, 11-3-12 200+ Yards Rushing 204, Roderick Smith vs. East Central, 9-12-09 Two Players with 100+ Yards Rushing 126, Vaughn Smith -and 101, Zach Henshaw at North Alabama, 11-3-12 Had 30+ Rushing Attempts 33, Jerome Regal vs. Midwestern State, 9-8-12 Had 35+ Rushing Attempts 36, Derrick Ross vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 10-16-04 Had 40+ Rushing Attempts 40, Ricky Bush vs. Lubbock Christian, 1980 3+ Rushing Touchdowns 3, Zach Henshaw at A&M-Commerce, 10-13-12 4+ Rushing Touchdowns 4, Derrick Ross at Northeastern State, 10-23-04

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2012 Game-by-Game Review 6 9 All-A meric an s | T hree Acade mic All-A m er ic a n s | F o ur - T im e L S C Div ision C h a m p ion shi p s | LS C C ha mpion s 2 0 0 1 , 2 0 0 9

Sept. 8 • Tarleton Memorial Stadium (6,027) • Stephenville, Texas

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Midwestern State

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Tarleton State

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Tarleton State

20

Abilene Christian

34

STEPHENVILLE - The Texans upset the No. 4-ranked Mustangs, 20-17, to open up the 2012 season. Tarleton will travel to Cowboys Stadium next week to face Abilene Christian in the LSC Football Festival. MSU will play A&M-Commerce at Cowboys Stadium as well. Score by Quarters Midwestern State Tarleton State

1 0 0

2 7 7

3 3 10

4 Score 7 17 3 20

Record: (0-1, 0-1 LSC) Record: (1-0, 1-0 LSC)

Scoring Summary: 2nd Quarter 12:53 TSU Regal 3 yd run (Barnes kick), 12-70 4:08, MSU 0 - TSU 7 02:20 MSU Jackson 1 yd run (Saladino kick), 13-89 5:35, MSU 7 - TSU7 3rd Quarter 08:37 MSU Saladino 37 yd field goal, 10-42 4:45, MSU 10 - TSU 7 05:21 TSU Regal 1 yd run (Barnes kick), 2-4 0:34, MSU 10 - TSU 14 01:21 TSU Barnes 25 yd field goal, 5-11 2:03, MSU 10 - TSU 17 4th Quarter 09:30 TSU Barnes 25 yd field goal, 12-78 5:30, MSU 10 - TSU 20 06:30 MSU Kelsey 6 yd run (Saladino kick), 9-75 2:52, MSU 17 - TSU 20 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

Sept. 15 • Cowboys Stadium (19,134) • Arlington, Texas

MSU 21 35-146 173 32-16-2 67-319 0-0 2-13 4-66 1-0 3-29.0 1-1 3-30 26:16 5 of 12 1 of 2 3-3 2-9

TSU 23 54-217 137 26-18-1 80-354 0-0 2-19 3-56 2-21 3-49.0 0-0 10-86 33:44 7 of 16 2 of 2 4-6 0-0

RUSHING: Midwestern State-Brandon Kelsey 13-71; Jimmy Pipkin 8-40; Keidrick Jackson 13-32; Peter Smith 1-3. Tarleton-Jerome Regal 33-152; Aaron Doyle 10-46; Vaughn Smith 6-19; Zach Henshaw 2-4; Jamal Mays 1-2; TEAM 2-minus 6. PASSING: Midwestern State-Brandon Kelsey 16-32-2-173. Tarleton-Aaron Doyle 18-26-1-137. RECEIVING: Midwestern State-Jared Freeman 4-83; Kendall Wrenn 4-53; Ricky Collins 4-23; Keivin Swanson 2-11; Jimmy Pipkin 1-4; Thomas Carper 1-minus 1. Tarleton-Arthur Buckingham 5-32; Clifton Rhodes III 4-47; Jamal Mays 3-8; Jerome Regal 3-7; Jeken Frye 2-35; Cordell Valentine 1-8. INTERCEPTIONS: Midwestern State-Ricardo Riascos 1-0. Tarleton-Marquis Wadley 1-20; Dashaun Phillips 1-1. FUMBLES: Midwestern State-Kendall Wrenn 1-1. Tarleton-None. SACKS (UA-A): Midwestern State-Vernon Brooks 1-0; Donald Napoleon 1-0. Tarleton-None. TACKLES (UA-A): Midwestern State-Gadrian Muse 6-6; Antoine Morris 4-5; Dayvyon Henry 4-4; Matt Ellerbrock 5-2; Donald Napoleon 3-2; Coryan Briggs 3-2; Teeh Uelese 2-3; Dalton Etimani 3-1; Cameron Williams 3-1; Pat Gardner 2-2; Justin Flowers 2-2; Taiyon Jackson 3-0; Seth Crumpton 2-1; Daniel Laudermilk 2-1; Vernon Brooks 2-1; Dominique Williams 1-1; Elijah Winston 1-1; Torrey Dickey 0-2; Armanti Yharbrough 0-2; Ricardo Riascos 1-0; Chase Hooper 1-0; Thomas Carper 1-0; Christian Mejia 1-0; Garrett Rhodes 0-1; Tyler Tackett 0-1; Marcus Lafaele 0-1. Tarleton-Marquis Wadley 7-5; Marc Martinez 4-5; Brian Ford 6-1; Blair Johnson 4-2; Charles Moore 3-2; Dashaun Phillips 3-1; Patrick Bettiol 1-3; Rufus Johnson 3-0; Matt Knicky 2-1; Chase Bowers 0-3; Juan Gonzalez 2-0; Julius Hurndon 1-1; Ronnie Faimoa 0-2; Ramonte Harris 1-0; Savion Washington 1-0.

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ARLINGTON - The No. 20-ranked Abilene Christian Wildcats outscored the Texans 24-11 in the second half to down Tarleton 34-31 in Saturday’s second game of the LSC Football Festival held at Cowboys Stadium in Arlinton. Quarterback Aaron Doyle set a new school single-game record with 39 completions and passed for a career-high 377 yards in the loss. Score by Quarters Tarleton State Abilene Christian

1 14 7

2 6 3

3 0 14

4 Score 11 31 10 34

Record: (1-1,1-1 LSC) Record: (2-1,1-1 LSC)

Scoring Summary: 1ST Quarter 08:38 ACU West 1 yd run (Lineberry kick), 11-48 4:45, TSU 0 - ACU 7 05:26 TSU Regal 16 yd pass from Doyle (Barnes kick), 9-82 3:12, TSU 7 - ACU 7 00:27 TSU Smith 10 yd pass from Doyle (Barnes kick), 10-53 3:46, TSU 14 - ACU 7 2nd Quarter 12:17 TSU Barnes 28 yd field goal, 11-68 2:32, TSU 17 - ACU 7 04:24 TSU Barnes 41 yd field goal, 11-53 3:29, TSU 20 - ACU 7 01:53 ACU Lineberry 27 yd field goal, 7-46 2:31, TSU 20 - ACU 10 3rd Quarter 08:29 ACU Tarver II 7 yd run (Lineberry kick), 5-36 1:56, TSU 20 - ACU 17 04:03 ACU Gabriel 6 yd pass from Gale (Lineberry kick), 4-25 2:10, TSU 20 - ACU 24 4th Quarter 12:00 ACU Lineberry 30 yd field goal, 10-54 4:43, TSU 20 - ACU 27 09:35 TSU Barnes 25 yd field goal, 6-73 2:25, TSU 23 - ACU 27 03:12 ACU Gabriel 16 yd pass from Gale (Lineberry K), 14-79 6:23, TSU 23 - ACU 34 01:02 TSU Doyle 1 yd run (McLane pass from A. Doyle), 10-85 2:10, TSU 31 - ACU 34 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

TSU 30 30-179 377 52-39-1 82-556 0-0 2-11 6-106 0-0 3-29.3 0-0 11-110 28:09 9 of 16 0 of 1 5-6 4-20

ACU 21 28-55 279 42-27-0 70-334 0-0 1-54 4-75 1-16 4-41.5 0-0 7-50 31:51 7 of 15 1 of 1 6-6 0-0

RUSHING: Tarleton-Jerome Regal 13-103; Aaron Doyle 9-34; Vaughn Smith 7-21; Zach Henshaw 1-21. Abilene Christian-T. Tarver II 6-29; Mitchell Gale 11-18; C. West 3-10; Marcel Threat 2-6; D.C.Harkless 2-0; Team 4-minus 8. PASSING: Tarleton-Aaron Doyle 39-52-1-377. Abilene Christian-Mitchell Gale 27-42-0-279. RECEIVING: Tarleton-Jeken Frye 10-92; Clifton Rhodes III 9-106; Jerome Regal 5-62; Vaughn Smith 5-24; Arthur Buckingham 4-35; Cordell Valentine 2-16; Will McLane 1-18; Devon Gray 1-14; Jamal Mays 1-5; Courtney Osunde 1-5. Abilene Christian-Darian Hogg 8-67; Taylor Gabriel 5-50; D. Thompson 4-57; T. Tarver II 4-56; D.C.-Harkless 3-21; Elton Crochran 2-21; Marcel Threat 1-7. INTERCEPTIONS: Tarleton-None. Abilene Christian-Thor Woerner 1-16. FUMBLES: Tarleton-None. Abilene Christian-None. SACKS (UA-A): Tarleton-Rufus Johnson 3-0; Ty Melton 1-0. Abilene Christian-None. TACKLES (UA-A): Tarleton-Charles Moore 6-4; Blair Johnson 5-2; Marquis Wadley 3-3; Julius Hurndon 2-4; Matt Knicky 2-3; Rufus Johnson 4-0; Ramonte Harris 3-1; Marc Martinez 0-4; Dashaun Phillips 2-1; Cameron Bridgewater 2-0; Andre Allen 1-1; Ty Melton 1-1; Patrick Bettiol 1-1; Jeremy Louis 0-2; Brandon Moore 1-0; Juan Gonzalez 0-1; Adrian Campbell 0-1; Savion Washington 0-1; Clifton Rhodes III 0-1; Brian Ngwa 0-1. Abilene Christian-L.B. Suggs 6-5; Angel Lopez 5-5; Justin Stephens 5-5; Thor Woerner 5-5; Caleb Withrow 4-4; Mike Wallace 5-2; Nick Richardson 3-3; Steven Ford 3-2; Justin Stewart 2-2; Ryan Smith 0-4; Kolby Rowe 2-0; Rob Boyd 1-1; Melvin Shead 0-2; Jesse Harper 0-2; V.C.-Harkless 1-0; C. West 1-0; Candon Canady 1-0; Derek Morrow 1-0; Torren Davis 1-0; David Guinn 0-1; Brandon Dornak 0-1; Noah Cheshier 0-1; Jace Hudson 0-1; Eric Frain 0-1; Nick Finney 0-1.


2012 Game-by-Game Review Sept. 29 • Kimbrough Memorial Stadium (7,825) • Canyon, Texas

Eastern New Mexico

23

Tarleton State

21

Tarleton State

35

West Texas A&M

41

CANYON - West Texas A&M’s Dustin Vaughan had 331 yards and recorded four touchdowns through the air as the Buffs downed Tarleton 41-21 at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium in Canyon. Tarleton’s Vaughn Smith tallied 134 yards on the ground and scored a touchdown, but WT’s defense limited the Texan passing game to just 196 yards to improve to 3-0 in LSC play.

Score by Quarters Eastern New Mexico Tarleton

Score by Quarters Tarleton State West Texas A&M

1 0 0

2 10 21

3 7 0

4 Score 6 23 14 35

Record: (2-2,1-1 LSC) Record: (2-1,1-1 LSC)

TSU 30 48-324 240 34-19-2 82-564 0-0 4-16 5-108 0-0 1-40.0 0-0 9-75 30:32 6 of 12 2 of 3 2-3 1-2

PASSING: Eastern New Mexico-Wesley Wood 10-20-0-242; Jeremy Buurma 1-1-0-5. TarletonAaron Doyle 19-34-2-240. RECEIVING: Eastern New Mexico-Chase Kyser 4-68; Dillon Metzger 2-131; De’Coreyon Thomas 2-14; Adrian Horton 1-28; Jacob Johnson 1-5; Christian Long 1-1. Tarleton-Clifton Rhodes III 10-111; Vaughn Smith 3-19; Jeken Frye 2-24; Cordell Valentine 2-23; Jamal Mays 1-50; Andre Plata 1-13.

FUMBLES: New Mexico-Wesley Wood 3-0; Jayson Serda 1-0. Tarleton-None. SACKS (UA-A): Eastern New Mexico-None. Tarleton-Patrick Bettiol 1-0.

FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

WT 23 47-193 196 27-15-0 74-389 0-0 3-22 1-22 0-0 8-41.2 2-1 12-108 32:06 4 of 14 0 of 1 2-2 1-4

TSU 27 30-171 331 37-23-0 67-502 0-0 4-46 3-111 0-0 5-47.2 1-1 12-120 27:54 1 of 8 0 of 0 5-5 4-16

RUSHING: Tarleton-Vaughn Smith 24-134; Zach Henshaw 10-64; Aaron Doyle 13-minus 5. West Texas A&M-Khiry Robinson 18-125; Geremy Alridge 6-25; Dustin Vaughan 5-25; Calvin Burns 1-minus 4. PASSING: Tarleton-Aaron Doyle 15-27-0-196. West Texas A&M-Dustin Vaughan 23-37-0-331. RECEIVING: Tarleton-Arthur Buckingham 4-69; Cordell Valentine 2-17; Jeken Frye 2-10; Clifton Rhodes III 1-23; Zach Henshaw 1-22; Will McLane 1-21; Vaughn Smith 1-15; Jamal Mays 1-14; Andre Plata 1-3; Devon Gray 1-2. West Texas A&M-Khiry Robinson 6-90; N. Slaughter 6-63; Torrence Allen 5-104; T. Hammargren 4-37; Lance Ratliff 2-37. INTERCEPTIONS: Tarleton-None. West Texas A&M-None. FUMBLES: Tarleton-Aaron Doyle 2-1. West Texas A&M-Torrence Allen 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Tarleton-Rufus Johnson 1-0. West Texas A&M-E. Westbrooks 2-0; Curtis Slater 1-0; David Christmas 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Tarleton-Matt Knicky 5-3; Cameron Bridgewater 4-4; Charles Moore 2-6; Marquis Wadley 2-5; Ramonte Harris 4-2; Rufus Johnson 3-3; Patrick Bettiol 0-6; Blair Johnson 1-4; Marc Martinez 2-2; Dashaun Phillips 2-2; Desmond Jackson 2-1; Ronnie Faimoa 0-3; Andre Allen 0-3; Savion Washington 0-2; Brian Ford 1-0; Julius Hurndon 1-0. West Texas A&M-Kyle Voss 7-7; Taylor McCuller 3-7; Tyrell Higgins 3-6; Curtis Slater 4-4; E. Westbrooks 4-4; Bryan Johnson 3-4; Torian Oakley 4-2; John McSheffery 2-1; Dwight Morrison 1-2; L. Mosley 0-3; Jordan Smith 2-0; Chris Olson 1-1; Jacob Laguna 0-2; Chris Metcalf 0-2; Deone Bondurant 0-2; Chris Ceazer 1-0; David Christmas 1-0; Calvin Burns 1-0; Nick Whitt 0-1; Shane Sobnosky 0-1; Sidney Parker 0-1; Randy George 0-1; Torrence Allen 0-1.

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TACKLES (UA-A): Eastern New Mexico-Seth Bailey 9-6; Jayson Serda 8-5; Perron Sellers 7-5; Wade Bounds 3-5; David Tulikihihifo 1-7; Linvel Mosby 5-2; Willie Grant 3-3; Noah Brown 2-3; Donavan Amituanai 1-3; Jamal Candley 2-1; Willie Riley 1-1; Kilisi Suai 1-1; Saufeni Fuahala 1-0; Lane Wood 1-0; Dylan Baca 1-0; Josh Schroeder 0-1; Marcos Hinojos 0-1. Tarleton-Marc Martinez 5-4; Marquis Wadley 3-4; Ramonte Harris 6-0; Matt Knicky 4-1; Patrick Bettiol 2-3; Charles Moore 2-3; Julius Hurndon 3-1; Dashaun Phillips 2-2; Blair Johnson 2-2; Brian Ford 2-2; Rufus Johnson 2-1; Andre Allen 2-1; Ronnie Faimoa 0-3; Chase Bowers 0-2; Jamel Hale 1-0; Desmond Jackson 1-0; Andre Plata 1-0; Juan Gonzalez 1-0.

Scoring Summary: 1ST Quarter 08:19 TSU Smith 15 yd run (Barnes kick), 6-52 1:58, TSU 7 - WT 0 08:00 WT Hammargren 15 yd pass from Vaughan (Castillo kick), 1-15 0:05, TSU 7 - WT7 2nd Quarter 10:32 WT Allen 56 yd pass from Vaughan (Castillo kick), 1-56 0:10, TSU 7 - WT 14 04:22 WT Castillo 22 yd field goal, 11-75 4:44, TSU 7 - WT 17 02:28 WT Robinson 14 yd pass from Vaughan (Castillo kick), 2-14 0:11, TSU 7 - WT 24 3rd Quarter 12:41 TSU Buckingham 45 yd pass from Doyle (Barnes kick), 6-75 2:19, TSU 14 - WT 24 09:40 WT Castillo 30 yd field goal, 9-62 3:01, TSU 14 - WT 27 04:51 TSU Doyle 6 yd run (Barnes kick), 10-77 4:41, TSU 21 - WT 27 00:03 WT Alridge 1 yd run (Castillo kick), 9-77 4:42, TSU 21 - WT 34 4th Quarter 07:12 WT Allen 35 yd pass from Vaughan (Castillo kick), 5-93 2:22, TSU 21 - WT 41

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INTERCEPTIONS: Eastern New Mexico-Willie Riley 2-2. Tarleton-None.

Record: (2-2,2-2 LSC) Record: (4-1,3-0 LSC)

The LSC

RUSHING: Eastern New Mexico-Christian Long 10-55; Wesley Wood 16-44; De’Coreyon Thomas 7-24; Kyle Stephens 6-17; Dillon Metzger 1-minus 1. Tarleton-Vaughn Smith 16-167; Zach Henshaw 21-113; Aaron Doyle 6-27; Andre Plata 1-7; Jamal Mays 1-6; Savion Washington 1-3; Cordell Valentine 1-3; TEAM 1-minus 2.

4 Score 0 21 7 41

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ENMU 18 40-139 247 21-11-0 61-386 0-0 0-0 4-61 2-2 5-35.0 4-0 6-31 29:28 7 of 15 0 of 0 2-3 0-0

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Scoring Summary: 2nd Quarter 11:51 TSU Smith 13 yd run (Barnes kick), 13-77 4:29, ENMU 0 - TSU 7 07:59 ENMU Metzger 80 yd pass from Wood (Baca kick), 1-80 0:13, ENMU 7 - TSU 7 04:14 TSU Rhodes III 31 yd pass from Doyle (Barnes kick), 9-71 3:39, ENMU 7 - TSU 14 01:13 ENMU Baca 33 yd field goal, 9-53 2:55, ENMU 10 - TSU 14 00:48 TSU Mays 50 yd pass from Doyle (Barnes kick), 3-70 0:20, ENMU 10 - TSU 21 3rd Quarter 01:15 ENMU Wood 21 yd run (Baca kick), 9-77 4:13, ENMU 17 - TSU 21 4th Quarter 11:21 TSU Henshaw 3 yd run (Barnes kick), 13-71 4:49, ENMU 17 - TSU 28 07:56 ENMU Thomas 8 yd pass from Wood (Wood rush failed), 8-86 3:20, ENMU 23 - TSU 28 05:09 TSU Smith 69 yd run (Barnes kick), 5-95 2:45, ENMU 23 - TSU 35

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STEPHENVILLE - The Tarleton Texans bounced back from last week’s loss with a 12-point win over visiting Eastern New Mexico, downing the Greyhounds 35-23 at Tarleton Memorial Stadium in Stephenville. The Texans racked up 500-plus total yards in consecutive games with both running backs, Vaughn Smith (167) and Zach Henshaw (113) , each going over the 100-yard rushing mark.

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STEPHENVILLE - Delta State’s Andrew Jones converted a 33-yard field goal as time expired and the Delta State Statesmen came back to defeat the Tarleton Texans 38-35 at Tarleton Memorial Stadium in Stephenville. DSU scored 23 points in the fourth quarter, which included 20 unanswered points after Tarleton had taken a 28-15 lead late in the third quarter.

COMMERCE - The Texan defense held A&M-Commerce to just 20 yards rushing and kicker Blake Barnes tied a school record with five field goals as the Texans defeated the Lions 46-10 in LSC action at Memorial Stadium in Commerce. The game was delayed for more than one hour and 40 minutes due to lightning in the area.

Score by Quarters Delta State Tarleton State

Score by Quarters Tarleton State A&M-Commerce

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2 7 0

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4 Score 23 38 7 35

Record: (2-3) Record: (2-3)

Scoring Summary: 1st Quarter 10:16 DSU Truesdale 0 yd blocked punt return (Wooden rush), , DSU 8 - TSU 0 05:20 TSU Valentine 4 yd pass from Doyle (Barnes kick), 11-79 4:50, DSU 8 - TSU 7 00:31 TSU Henshaw 7 yd pass from Doyle (Barnes kick), 7-72 3:08, DSU 8 - TSU 14 2nd Quarter 00:03 DSU Clayton 50 yd pass from Wooden (Jones kick), 1-50 0:09, DSU 15 - TSU 14 3rd Quarter 13:02 TSU Frye 43 yd pass from Doyle (Barnes kick), 5-76 1:51, DSU 15 - TSU 21 03:37 TSU Henshaw 6 yd run (Barnes kick), 6-58 2:46, DSU 15 - TSU 28 4th Quarter 14:48 DSU Wooden 13 yd run (Andrew Jones kick failed), 10-75 3:49, DSU 21 - TSU 28 11:37 DSU Truesdale 34 yd run (Andrew Jones kick), 3-72 1:10, DSU 28 - TSU 28 06:13 DSU Wooden 2 yd run (Andrew Jones kick), 6-74 2:47, DSU 35 - TSU 28 02:58 TSU Buckingham 27 yd pass from Doyle (Barnes kick), 9-75 3:15, DSU 35 - TSU 35 00:00 DSU Jones 33 yd field goal, 4-5 0:53, DSU 38 - TSU 35 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

MSU 21 41-188 223 18-12-0 59-411 0-0 1-29 1-9 2-36 5-47.0 2-2 8-54 28:06 3 of 10 0 of 0 3-4 3-29

TSU 26 36-92 293 39-27-2 75-385 0-0 2--3 3-54 0-0 5-29.2 1-0 2-10 31:54 5 of 11 0 of 1 3-4 4-27

RUSHING: Delta State-Trevor Wooden 21-87; Rondreas Truesdale 5-56; Erick Clayton 1-22; Justin McArthur 7-16; Patrick Bethley 1-10; Brant Botill 4-6; Richard Freelon 1-minus 1; Lavon Downs 1-minus 8. Tarleton-Zach Henshaw 12-68; Vaughn Smith 17-45; TEAM 1-minus 2; Aaron Doyle 6-minus 19. PASSING: Delta State-Trevor Wooden 12-18-0-223. Tarleton-Aaron Doyle 27-39-2-293. RECEIVING: Delta State-Kevin Jackson 4-63; Lavon Downs 3-44; Erick Clayton 2-84; Patrick Bethley 2-25; Brant Botill 1-7. Tarleton-Clifton Rhodes III 8-73; Cordell Valentine 5-53; Jeken Frye 3-68; Arthur Buckingham 3-33; Jamal Mays 3-18; Zach Henshaw 2-5; Darren Wicker 1-21; Vaughn Smith 1-18; Will McLane 1-4.

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4 Score 14 43 0 10

Record: (3-3,3-2 LSC) Record: (1-5,1-3 LSC)

Scoring Summary: 1ST Quarter 09:03 TSU Barnes 18 yd field goal, 11-57 4:52, TSU 3 - A&M-C 0 00:00 TSU Rhodes III 34 yd pass from Doyle (Barnes kick), 11-79 4:30, TSU 10 - A&M-C 0 2nd Quarter 10:48 A&M-C O’Neil 42 yd field goal, 8-42 4:06, TSU 10 - A&M-C 3 09:21 A&M-C Vasquez 43 yd interception return (O’Neil kick), , TSU 10 - A&M-C 10 05:24 TSU Henshaw 15 yd run (Barnes kick), 2-17 0:39, TSU 17 - A&M-C 10 02:37 TSU Barnes 31 yd field goal, 5-28 1:44, TSU 20 - A&M-C 10 00:00 TSU Barnes 20 yd field goal, 9-36 0:54, TSU 23 - A&M-C 10 3rd Quarter 11:51 TSU Barnes 29 yd field goal, 9-62 3:09, TSU 26 - A&M-C 10 02:26 TSU Barnes 38 yd field goal, 7-50 2:23, TSU 29 - A&M-C 10 4th 10:49 TSU Henshaw 25 yd run (Barnes kick), 3-32 0:48, TARLETON 36 - A&M-C 10 04:58 TSU Henshaw 2 yd run (Barnes kick), 3-16 1:00, TSU 43 - A&M-C 10 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

A&M-C 24 39-200 224 42-22-1 81-424 0-0 4-112 1-34 2-45 5-42.4 0-0 4-45 30:30 5 of 17 2 of 2 6-6 6-31

TSU 11 25-20 185 40-20-2 65-205 0-0 2-6 2-13 1-43 8-44.9 1-0 7-78 29:24 4 of 17 0 of 2 0-2 1-10

RUSHING: Tarleton-Zach Henshaw 18-119; Vaughn Smith 14-44; Jamal Mays 1-32; Aaron Doyle 5-7; TEAM 1-minus 2. A&M-Commerce-Wayne Chapman 4-16; Marcus French 3-8; Kevin Vye 3-5; Salim Zongo 1-2; Jamar Mosley 3-2; Darryl Thompson 1-minus 5; Deric Davis 10-minus 8. PASSING: Tarleton-Aaron Doyle 22-42-1-224. A&M-Commerce-Deric Davis 13-29-2-116; Kevin Vye 7-10-0-69; Blake Ohm 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: Tarleton-Jeken Frye 8-103; Clifton Rhodes III 4-63; Arthur Buckingham 4-34; Zach Henshaw 3-10; Devon Gray 2-12; Cordell Valentine 1-2. A&M-Commerce-Garrett Smith 4-50; Tyler Rawlings 4-50; Salim Zongo 3-37; Jamar Mosley 3-4; Tevin Godfrey 2-35; Blake Ohm 1-12; K. Alexander 1-4; Seth Smith 1-minus 1; Darryl Thompson 1-minus 6.

INTERCEPTIONS: Delta State-Kenny Barnes 1-36; Montavious Hill 1-0. Tarleton-None.

INTERCEPTIONS: Tarleton-Devin Figures 1-24; Jamel Hale 1-21. A&M-Commerce-Pablo Vasquez 1-43.

FUMBLES: Delta State-Rondreas Truesdale 1-1; Lavon Downs 1-1. Tarleton-Aaron Doyle 1-0.

FUMBLES: Tarleton-None. A&M-Commerce-Darryl Thompson 1-0.

SACKS (UA-A): Delta State-Derrien Covington 1-0; C.J. Lester 1-0; Diego Lubin 1-0. Tarleton-Ronnie Faimoa 1-1; Andre Allen 0-1; Ty Melton 1-0; Juan Gonzalez 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Delta State-Rory Island 7-6; Ixavier Triplett 4-4; Montavious Hill 5-2; Diego Lubin 5-2; C.J. Lester 3-4; Kenny Barnes 1-6; T.J. West 1-4; Trenton Warren 2-2; Trent Dunne 1-3; Dandrick Jackson 1-3; Mario Owens 1-3; Marvin Clayton 2-1; Eric Williams 1-2; D.J. Holley 1-1; Chad Jones 1-0; Caleb Smith 1-0; Derrien Covington 1-0; Lavon Downs 1-0; Jeremy Boyd 1-0; Brant Botill 0-1; Jamison Goins 0-1; Jasper Williams 0-1; Lucas Shipman 0-1; Joseph Smith 0-1. Tarleton-Matt Knicky 3-7; Marquis Wadley 2-5; Ronnie Faimoa 2-4; Ramonte Harris 3-2; Brian Ford 1-4; Blair Johnson 4-0; Dashaun Phillips 2-2; Andre Allen 2-2; Julius Hurndon 2-2; Marc Martinez 2-1; Charles Moore 2-0; Brian Ngwa 1-1; Ty Melton 1-0; Jamel Hale 1-0; Juan Gonzalez 1-0; Bo Davis 1-0; Jeken Frye 0-1; Jamal Mays 0-1; Cory Jackson 0-1; Cole Vitolo 0-1.

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SACKS (UA-A): Tarleton-Rufus Johnson 1-1; Cameron Bridgewater 1-1; Ty Melton 0-2; Cory Jackson 0-1; Brian Ford 1-0; Kade Cole 0-1. A&M-Commerce-Brandon Turner 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Tarleton-Rufus Johnson 2-7; Cameron Bridgewater 3-4; Jamel Hale 3-1; Charles Moore 1-3; Blair Johnson 1-3; Brian Ford 2-1; Juan Gonzalez 1-2; Kade Cole 0-3; Matt Knicky 2-0; Devin Figures 2-0; Cory Jackson 1-1; Anthony Lee 1-1; Dashaun Phillips 1-1; Andre Allen 1-1; Brandon Moore 0-2; Marquis Wadle 0-2; Ty Melton 0-2; Chance Wallace 1-0; Josh Reed 0-1; Nic Perez 0-1; Cordell Valentine 0-1; Julius Hurndon 0-1; Ramonte Harris 0-1; Jeremy Louis 0-1. A&MCommerce-Danny Mason 2-13; Tristian Davis 0-8; J.T. Bates 5-2; Ricky Berroa 3-3; Marcus Fore 3-2; Robert Wheeler 3-2; Marlin Terrell 2-3; K. Woods 2-3; O. Simmons 1-3; Matt Claggett 0-4; Tevin Moore 0-4; Brandon Turner 1-2; Alan Beatty 0-3; Joel Wren 0-3; Stephen Ford 1-1; Aaron Wingfield 1-0; Jamar Mosley 1-0; Garrett Smith 1-0; Tyler Rawlings 1-0; B. Hinnrichs 1-0; Jeremy Dotson 0-1; Sam Shearin 0-1; Jaylyn McDuffie 0-1; Khari Ferrell 0-1.


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Tarleton State

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Tarleton State

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Incarnate Word

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Record: (4-4,3-3 LSC) Record: (3-4,3-3 LSC)

TSU 30 30-93 346 59-34-3 89-439 0-0 2-39 3-66 0-0 5-40.4 3-1 8-70 27:33 8 of 16 1 of 2 3-5 3-10

PASSING: Texas A&M-Kingsville-Nate Poppell 9-16-0-82; Bryan Ehrlich 6-11-0-100. Tarleton-Jake Fenske 21-35-1-234; Aaron Doyle 13-24-2-112.

INTERCEPTIONS: Texas A&M-Kingsville-Mark Savere 2-51; Steve Harris 1-0. Tarleton-None. FUMBLES: Texas A&M-Kingsville-None. Tarleton-Aaron Doyle 1-0; Jake Fenske 1-0; Vaughn Smith 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Texas A&M-Kingsville-Robert Williams 1-0; Steve Harris 1-0. Tarleton-Andre Allen 1-0; Matt Knicky 1-0; Rufus Johnson 0-1; Juan Gonzalez 0-1.

Record: (4-4,4-3 LSC) Record: (2-7,1-5 LSC)

Scoring Summary: 1ST Quarter 13:01 TSU Rhodes III 5 yd pass from Fenske (Barnes kick), 1-5 0:04, TSU 7 - UIW 0 06:31 TSU Buckingham 13 yd pass from Fenske (Barnes kick), 11-70 4:05, TSU 14 - UIW 0 01:40 TSU Barnes 29 yd field goal, 6-36 2:54, TSU 17 - UIW 0 2nd Quarter 12:22 UIW Meza 28 yd field goal, 13-50 4:09, TSU 17 - UIW 3 07:59 TSU Buckingham 9 yd pass from Fenske (Barnes kick), 9-66 4:14, TSU 24 - UIW 3 00:17 TSU Frye 75 yd pass from Fenske (Barnes kick), 4-91 0:33, TSU 31 - UIW 3 3rd Quarter 06:13 UIW Hadnot 10 yd pass from Woods (Meza kick), 7-42 2:52, TSU 31 - UIW 10 4th Quarter 11:50 UIW Meza 45 yd field goal, 14-37 5:57, TSU 31 - UIW 13 08:05 TSU Fenske 1 yd run (Barnes kick), 10-55 3:37, TSU 38 - UIW 13 03:09 TSU Plata 8 yd pass from Fenske (Barnes kick), 4-45 1:21, TSU 45 - UIW 13 00:19 UIW Woods 4 yd run (Meza kick), 9-65 2:50, TSU 45 - UIW 20 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

UIW 18 28-117 280 38-26-3 66-397 0-0 2-18 4-107 1-0 4-46.2 1-0 4-39 24:54 4 of 12 2 of 3 6-6 6-19

TSU 15 39-114 149 37-20-1 76-263 0-0 1-1 7-120 3-72 7-31.1 3-2 6-50 35:06 6 of 20 3 of 4 4-4 1-9

RUSHING: Tarleton-Vaughn Smith 17-83; Savion Washington 3-29; Marquis Wadley 1-8; Andre Plata 2-0; Jake Fenske 5-minus 3. Incarnate Word-Taylor Woods 16-42; Trent Rios 11-39; Matt Bass 3-13; Joseph Sadler 1-13; Marcus Wright 3-11; Zach Rhodes 3-8; TEAM 2-minus 12. PASSING: Tarleton-Jake Fenske 26-38-3-280. Incarnate Word-Taylor Woods 18-35-1-145; Zach Rhodes 2-2-0-4. RECEIVING: Tarleton-Arthur Buckingham 7-45; Jamal Mays 5-35; Jeken Frye 4-114; Clifton Rhodes III 3-40; Andre Plata 3-35; Vaughn Smith 3-8; Cordell Valentine 1-3. Incarnate Word-Trent Rios 8-9; D. Hamilton 5-64; Andrew Mocio 4-51; Kent Hadnot 2-19; Clint Killough 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: Tarleton-Blair Johnson 1-0. Incarnate Word-Devin Haywood 1-36; Chaz Pavliska 1-20; Robert Williams 1-16. FUMBLES: Tarleton-Jake Fenske 1-0. Incarnate Word-TEAM 1-0; Taylor Woods 1-1; Matt Bass 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Tarleton-Rufus Johnson 2-0; Chance Wallace 0-1; Marc Martinez 1-0; Kade Cole 0-1; Matt Knicky 1-0; Devin Figures 1-0. Incarnate Word-Robby Horton 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Tarleton-Marquis Wadley 7-5; Blair Johnson 4-3; Rufus Johnson 5-1; Marc Martinez 3-3; Brian Ford 4-1; Julius Hurndon 3-0; Matt Knicky 3-0; Andre Allen 3-0; Patrick Bettiol 2-1; Dashaun Phillips 2-1; Devin Figures 1-2; Devon Gray 2-0; Jake Fenske 2-0; Kade Cole 1-1; Andre Plata 1-1; Ty Melton 1-1; Charles Moore 1-1; Cameron Bridgewater 1-1; Savion Washington 1-0; Clifton Rhodes III 1-0; Jeremy Louis 1-0; Anthony Lee 1-0; Ramonte Harris 1-0; Ronnie Faimoa 0-1; Chance Wallace 0-1. Incarnate Word-Juan Asencio 3-4; Chaz Pavliska 5-1; Aaron Willis 2-4; B. Tanksley 3-1; Chavis Barron 3-1; Nick Ginn 2-2; Kobie Douglas 2-2; Padyn Giebler 2-2; Dakota Mawyer 1-3; Derek Pierce 2-1; Robby Horton 2-1; Michael Tate 1-2; Devin Haywood 0-3; Kielyn Lewis 2-0; Juston Edwards 1-1; Devan Avery 1-1; Nick Morrow 0-2; Johnny Sanders 1-0; Robert Moorman 0-1; Grady Achilles 0-1; Robert Williams 0-1.

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TACKLES (UA-A): Texas A&M-Kingsville-Anthony Forker 9-3; Jeremy Aguilar 8-2; T.J. McCullough 4-2; Mark Savere 3-3; Rockeem Collins 4-1; Robert Williams 4-1; Steve Harris 3-2; Anthony Washington 3-0; Quincy Williams 3-0; Zane Brown 2-1; Henry Greathouse 2-1; Angelo Looney 1-2; Cornelius Shackelfor 2-0; Ricky Marshall 1-1; Clay Mazoch 1-0; James Gilbert 1-0; Kerry Wheatfall 1-0; DeAndre Savage 0-1; Trevor Pesek 0-1; Ronnie Ford 0-1. Tarleton-Marquis Wadley 7-9; Blair Johnson 4-4; Marc Martinez 3-5; Rufus Johnson 2-6; Brian Ford 3-3; Devin Figures 3-2; Dashaun Phillips 3-1; Matt Knicky 3-1; Julius Hurndon 1-3; Andre Allen 1-2; Charles Moore 1-2; Patrick Bettiol 0-3; Juan Gonzalez 0-2; Brandon Moore 1-0; Ronnie Faimoa 1-0; Vaughn Smith 1-0; Will McLane 1-0; Cameron Bridgewater 0-1.

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RECEIVING: Texas A&M-Kingsville-Robert Armstrong 6-65; Christian Taylor 2-31; Shane Prater 1-51; Anthony Johnson 1-8; Randall Toney 1-7; Jonathan Woodson 1-6; Jake Willingham 1-5; Clyde Lee 1-5; Derek Tesch 1-4. Tarleton-Clifton Rhodes III 10-117; Jamal Mays 7-75; Arthur Buckingham 6-57; Le’Nard Meyers 3-55; Vaughn Smith 3-11; Savion Washington 2-4; Lou Ernst 1-13; Devon Gray 1-9; Cordell Valentine 1-5.

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The LSC

RUSHING: Texas A&M-Kingsville-Anthony Johnson 21-135; Jonathan Woodson 5-35; Randall Toney 8-12; Bryan Ehrlich 4-3; Nate Poppell 3-1; Shane Prater 1-0; TEAM 1-minus 3. Tarleton-Vaughn Smith 22-103; Aaron Doyle 6-13; Jake Fenske 2-minus 23.

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MSU 20 43-183 182 27-15-0 70-365 0-0 2-14 2-95 3-51 6-44.0 0-0 10-80 32:27 6 of 15 0 of 2 2-3 2-10

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FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

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The Players

Scoring Summary: 1st Quarter 05:52 TSU Smith 6 yd run (Barnes kick), 12-72 4:16, TAMUK 0 - TSU 7 00:14 TAMUK Woodson 26 yd run (Stoll kick failed), 5-69 2:23, TAMUK 6 - TSU 7 2nd Quarter 09:10 TAMUK Stoll 27 yd field goal, 10-52 5:05, TAMUK 9 - TSU 7 04:59 TSU Doyle 1 yd run (Barnes kick), 10-75 4:11, TAMUK 9 - TSU 14 00:42 TAMUK Lee 5 yd pass from Poppell (Stoll kick blockd), 8-74 4:13, TAMUK 15 - TSU 14 3rd Quarter 09:09 TAMUK Armstrong 26 yd pass from Ehrlich (Stoll kick), 3-80 1:23, TAMUK 22 - TSU 14 07:34 TAMUK Prater 51 yd pass from Ehrlich (Stoll kick failed), 3-48 0:53, TAMUK 28 - TSU 14 05:38 TSU Buckingham 11 yd pass from Fenske (Arellano kick), 7-75 1:56, TAMUK 28 - TSU 21 05:22 TAMUK Woodson 93 yd kickoff return (Stoll kick), , TAMUK 35 - TSU 21 4th Quarter 00:31 TSU TEAM safety, , TAMUK 35 - TSU 23

SAN ANTONIO - Tarleton’s Jake Fenske completed his first 13 passes on the evening, threw five touchdowns and ran for one score while passing for 280 yards in Tarleton’s 45-20 win over Incarnate Word at Gayle and Tom Benson Stadium in San Antonio. The Texans reached the 40-point mark for a second time this season and posted its largest score in a game since putting up 48 points against UIW in Stephenville last season.

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STEPHENVILLE - After taking a 14-9 lead late in the second quarter, the Tarleton Texans were outscored 26-9 over the final 30:42 in the contest en route to a 35-23 defeat to Texas A&MKingsville at Tarleton Memorial Stadium. Starting quarterback Aaron Doyle was injured in the contest and backup Jake Fenske completed 21 passes for a career-high 234 yards. Score by Quarters Texas A&M-Kingsville Tarleton State

Oct. 27 • Benson Stadium (2,069) • San Antonio, Texas

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Angelo State

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North Alabama

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Tarleton State

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FLORENCE, Ala. - Tarleton’s Jake Fenske found Arthur Buckingham with 1:23 left to play and completed a come-from-behind victory over North Alabama, 38-28, in front of 9,067 fans at Braly Stadium in Florence, Ala. on Saturday. Fenske hooked up with Cordell Valentine earlier in the day for a 99-yard touchdown pass, setting a school record and tying the LSC mark for longest play from scrimmage. Score by Quarters Tarleton State North Alabama

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4 Score 11 38 14 28

Record: (5-4) Record: (5-4)

Scoring Summary: 1st Quarter 06:20 TSU Plata 3 yd run (Barnes kick), 16-65 6:36, TSU 7 - UNA 0 03:24 UNA Mayhall 33 yd pass from Wingo (Pontius kick), 5-48 2:56, TSU 7 - UNA 7 2nd Quarter 11:50 UNA Alexander 2 yd run (Pontius kick), 7-91 2:54, TSU 7 - UNA 14 06:37 TSU Valentine 99 yd pass from Fenske (Barnes kick), 1-99 0:11, TSU 14 - UNA 14 00:04 TSU Barnes 24 yd field goal, 11-52 4:35, TSU 17 - UNA 14 3rd Quarter 08:40 TSU Barnes 35 yd field goal, 14-57 6:20, TSU 20 - UNA 14 06:01 TSU Henshaw 15 yd run (Barnes kick), 2-17 0:36, TSU 27 - UNA 14 4th Quarter 09:00 UNA Wingo 19 yd run (Pontius kick), 9-93 2:59, TSU 27 - UNA 21 04:37 UNA Wingo 9 yd run (Pontius kick), 6-57 2:23, TSU 27 - UNA 28 01:23 TSU Buckingham 22 yd pass from Fenske (Frye pass from Fenske), 10-75 3:14, TSU 35 - UNA 28 00:20 TSU Barnes 29 yd field goal, 4-2 0:16, TSU 38 - UNA 28 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

TSU 26 49-226 311 42-31-1 91-537 0-0 1-9 1-23 0-0 5-37.0 0-0 11-100 33:37 8 of 18 2 of 2 5-5 2-9

UNA 19 38-223 212 29-18-0 67-435 0-0 2-0 7-138 1-8 5-42.6 3-2 10-98 25:18 6 of 13 0 of 1 3-3 1-6

RUSHING: Tarleton-Vaughn Smith 19-126; Zach Henshaw 23-101; Jamal Mays 1-4; Andre Plata 2-minus 1; Jake Fenske 4-minus 4. North Alabama-Chris Alexander 6-83; L. Thompson 8-65; Luke Wingo 13-36; Chris Coffey 4-19; Lamar Smith 4-18; J. Goodloe 2-2; Diamond Simmons 1-0. PASSING: Tarleton-Jake Fenske 31-41-1-311; Arthur Buckingham 0-1-0-0. North Alabama-Luke Wingo 15-26-0-187; Chris Alexander 3-3-0-25. RECEIVING: Tarleton-Jeken Frye 8-48; Clifton Rhodes III 6-48; Arthur Buckingham 5-46; Zach Henshaw 4-28; Cordell Valentine 3-107; Jamal Mays 2-17; Vaughn Smith 2-12; Le’Nard Meyers 1-5. North Alabama-B. Sutherland 5-66; Lee Mayhall 4-68; Jason Smith 3-30; Melvin Harris 2-23; Mabry Cook 1-9; Lamar Smith 1-9; Brandon Warren 1-6; L. Thompson 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS: Tarleton-None. North Alabama-Tavarius Wilson 1-8. FUMBLES: Tarleton-None. North Alabama-Luke Wingo 2-2; Eddrick Harris 1-0. SACKS (UA-A): Tarleton-Rufus Johnson 1-0; Patrick Bettiol 1-0. North Alabama-Richie Mataafa 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Tarleton-Matt Knicky 7-2; Devin Figures 6-3; Marquis Wadley 5-3; Charles Moore 3-3; Rufus Johnson 3-3; Chance Wallace 2-4; Marc Martinez 2-3; Patrick Bettiol 2-1; Julius Hurndon 2-1; Blair Johnson 2-1; Ramonte Harris 1-2; Andre Allen 2-0; Juan Gonzalez 1-1; Brian Ford 1-1; Dashaun Phillips 0-2; Savion Washington 1-0; Clifton Rhodes III 0-1; Cameron Bridgewater 0-1; Le’Nard Meyers 0-1; Cordell Valentine 0-1; Jeremy Louis 0-1; Cameron Kendrick 0-1. North Alabama-Tavarius Wilson 4-12; Cedrick Wilcox 7-4; Floyd Jones 7-3; Brian Allen 2-7; Brion James 4-4; Caleb Massey 2-5; Richie Mataafa 4-2; Dimitri Benoit 4-2; Delvin Ervin 3-2; Dimitri Orr 2-3; Seth Alexander 1-4; Jalen Reedus 3-1; Rod Byrd 2-1; Taylor Carney 0-2; Lamar Smith 1-0; Cartez Pickett 1-0; Josh Roberts 1-0; Brian Barnett 0-1; Jeremiah Booth 0-1.

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STEPHENVILLE - Making just his third collegiate start at quarterback, Jake Fenske set a school record for passing yards in a game as he torched the Angelo State defense for 460 yards through the air in Tarleton’s 54-37 win over the Rams. Fenske had three touchdown passes on the day with two of them going for 50 yards or more. Score by Quarters Angelo State Tarleton State

1 3 10

2 6 10

3 14 13

4 Score 14 37 21 54

Record: (5-6,4-4 LSC) Record: (6-4,5-3 LSC)

Scoring Summary: 1st Quarter 11:20 TSU Barnes 24 yd field goal, 5-56 2:16, ASU 0 - TSU 3 03:34 ASU Martin 25 yd field goal, 4-1 0:56, ASU 3 - TSU 3 03:16 TSU Rhodes III 66 yd pass from Fenske (Barnes kick), 1-66 0:10, ASU 3 - TSU 10 2nd Quarter 12:53 TSU Henshaw 1 yd run (Barnes kick), 10-36 4:07, ASU 3 - TSU 17 09:11 ASU Osborne 8 yd pass from Washington (Martin kick failed), 9-65 3:41, ASU 9 - TSU 17 00:21 TSU Barnes 40 yd field goal, 13-67 4:55, ASU 9 - TSU 20 3rd Quarter 13:42 TSU Frye 53 yd pass from Fenske (Barnes kick), 4-61 1:12, ASU 9 - TSU 27 11:52 ASU Roberts 41 yd run (Martin kick), 5-75 1:50, ASU 16 - TSU 27 07:36 TSU Barnes 41 yd field goal, 6-12 1:43, ASU 16 - TSU 30 03:18 ASU Washington 2 yd run (Martin kick), 2-5 0:12, ASU 23 - TSU 30 01:03 TSU Barnes 47 yd field goal, 8-43 2:09, ASU 23 - TSU 33 4th Quarter 13:49 TSU Smith 16 yd run (Barnes kick), 3-32 0:23, ASU 23 - TSU 40 09:39 TSU Doyle 3 yd run (Barnes kick), 8-76 2:29, ASU 23 - TSU 47 07:22 ASU Osborne4ydpassfromWashington(OsbornepassfromWashington),7-562:12,ASU31-TSU47 06:40 TSU Buckingham 35 yd pass from Fenske (Barnes kick), 2-46 0:32, ASU 31 - TSU 54 03:17 ASU Knight 5 yd pass from Washington (Washington pass failed), 10-64 3:16, ASU 37 - TSU 54 FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

ASU 27 33-139 245 43-27-1 76-384 0-0 1-6 4-59 1-19 4-33.8 1-1 8-69 28:47 6 of 14 1 of 2 5-7 1-10

TSU 28 40-120 460 40-24-1 80-580 0-0 1--4 5-74 1-1 2-34.5 3-1 10-88 31:13 5 of 15 1 of 2 5-5 2-18

RUSHING: Angelo State-Donavan Roberts 13-79; Kyle Washington 10-46; Samir Baker 3-16; Blake Smith 5-1; Joseph Pickett 1-minus 1; TEAM 1-minus 2. Tarleton-Zach Henshaw 19-72; Vaughn Smith 12-52; Jamal Mays 1-9; Aaron Doyle 1-3; Jake Fenske 6-minus 3; Isaac Arellano 1-minus 13. PASSING: Angelo State-Kyle Washington 27-42-1-245; Michael Cochran 0-1-0-0. Tarleton-Jake Fenske 24-40-1-460. RECEIVING: Angelo State-Excelle Osborne 8-90; Joey Knight 8-84; Antwon Williams 3-24; Blake Smith 2-14; Alex Young 2-13; Donavan Roberts 2-1; Samir Baker 1-13; Talon Smith 1-6. TarletonJeken Frye 7-180; Zach Henshaw 6-95; Vaughn Smith 4-35; Arthur Buckingham 2-45; Cordell Valentine 2-27; Clifton Rhodes III 1-66; Will McLane 1-9; Darren Wicker 1-3. INTERCEPTIONS: Angelo State-Courtney Moore 1-19. Tarleton-Devin Figures 1-1. FUMBLES: Angelo State-Kyle Washington 1-1. Tarleton-Jake Fenske 2-0; Isaac Arellano 1-1. SACKS (UA-A): Angelo State-Clayton Callicutt 1-0. Tarleton-Rufus Johnson 1-0; Charles Moore 1-0. TACKLES (UA-A): Angelo State-Courtney Moore 7-4; Clayton Callicutt 5-4; Alvin Johnson 4-4; Riley Davis 6-1; Joey Searcy II 1-5; Matthew Gholston 1-4; Nekechie Miller 3-0; Austin Sparks 2-1; Austin Benson 2-1; Wayne Blackwell 1-2; Shiloh Hickman 1-2; Chris DiClemente 0-3; Jarred Ross 2-0; Jeremy Johnson 1-1; TJ Jackson 1-0; Talon Smith 1-0. Tarleton-Charles Moore 7-0; Devin Figures 6-1; Marc Martinez 4-3; Ramonte Harris 5-1; Marquis Wadley 4-2; Rufus Johnson 4-1; Matt Knicky 3-2; Blair Johnson 3-2; Patrick Bettiol 3-2; Julius Hurndon 2-2; Juan Gonzalez 1-2; Dashaun Phillips 2-0; Brian Ford 1-1; Cameron Kendrick 1-0; Chance Wallace 1-0; Jake Fenske 1-0; Andre Allen 0-1; Andre Plata 0-1; Cameron Bridgewater 0-1.


2012 LSC Wrap-Up

FIRST TEAM - OFFENSE

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

SECOND TEAM - DEFENSE

TAMUK Sr. TSU Sr. TAMUK Jr. WTAMU Jr. TAMUK Sr. ASU So. WTAMU Jr. ACU Sr. ENMU Sr. MSU Sr. UIW Sr. WTAMU So. TAMUK Sr. ASU Sr. ENMU Jr. TAMUK Jr. WTAMU Jr. MSU Sr.

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DT Darnell Hicks DT Brian Ford DT Zane Brown DE Bryan Johnson DE Marquis Singleton ILB Rush Seaver ILB Taylor Mcculler OLB Mike Wallace OLB Perron Sellers CB Coryan Briggs CB Devan Avery CB Torian Oakley S Steve Harris S Alvin Johnson S Jayson Serda P Angel Millan DS Ramon Lopez DS Randall Arbuckle

Texan Football

WTAMU Sr. ASU Jr. WTAMU Jr. TSU Sr. TAMUK Sr. TSU Jr. A&M-C Sr. MSU So. TSU Jr. ACU Jr. ACU Sr. WTAMU Jr. MSU Jr. ACU Sr. ASU Sr.

MSU Jr. WTAMU Jr. TSU Fr. TSU Sr. TSU So. WTAMU Sr. ASU Jr. ASU Sr. ASU Sr. TSU So. WTAMU Jr. ACU Jr. MSU Sr. TAMUK Sr. TSU Jr. TSU Fr. ACU R-Fr. TSU Fr. MSU Jr. ACU Jr.

The LSC

DT Tyrell Higgins DT Joey Searcy DE Ethan Westbrooks DE Rufus Johnson ILB Jeremy Aguilar ILB Marquis Wadley OLB Danny Mason OLB Donald Napoleon CB Dashaun Phillips CB Steven Ford S L.B Suggs S Curtis Slater S Taiyon Jackson P Spencer Covey DS Avery Rigg

OG Tino Tuilata OG Craig Watts OG Nick Perez OT Adrian Campbell OT Lucus Love C Casey O’Conner C Isi Cocker TE Antwan Williams WR CJ Akins WR Clifton Rhodes III WR Lance Ratliff WR Darrell Cantu-Harkless QB Brandon Kelsey RB Anthony Johnson RB Vaughn Smith FB Zach Henshaw FB Elton Crochran PK Blake Barnes PK Greg Saladino RS Taylor Gabriel

History/Records

FIRST TEAM - DEFENSE

SECOND TEAM - OFFENSE

ACU Jr. TAMUK Sr. TSU So. ENMU Jr. MSU Jr. ACU Jr. WTAMU Jr. ASU Jr. TAMUK Jr. TAMUK Sr. UIW So. ENMU Sr. MSU Jr. TSU Jr. TAMUK Jr. WTAMU Jr. ASU Jr. WTAMU Jr. MSU Sr. TSU Sr. A&M-C Jr. ENMU Sr. ACU Sr. MSU So. UIW Sr. TAMUK Jr. TSU Sr. TAMUK Sr. ACU Jr. TAMUK Sr. WTAMU Sr. ACU Jr. TAMUK Sr. ACU So. ASU Sr. ASU Fr. TAMUK Jr. WTAMU Jr. MSU Sr. ACU Jr. ENMU So. TSU Sr. WTAMU Jr. TAMUK Jr. WTAMU Jr. ENMU Fr. TAMUK So. UIW Sr. MSU Sr. TSU Sr. ACU So. TSU So. WTAMU Sr. WTAMU Jr. TSU So. UIW Jr. ACU Jr. TAMUK Jr. TSU So.

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MSU WTAMU WTAMU MSU MSU UIW TAMUK ACU WTAMU TAMUK WTAMU WTAMU MSU ASU WTAMU WTAMU

H A N Streak 4-0 4-2 1-0 Lost 1 3-1 8-2 1-0 Lost 1 3-2 3-1 0-1 Won 3 4-2 2-2 0-2 Lost 1 3-2 3-2 1-0 Won 3 4-2 1-3 0-1 Lost 1 2-2 0-5 1-0 Lost 1 2-4 0-4 0-1 Lost 5 1-4 0-4 0-1 Lost 6

OG Josh Perez OG Lee Mattingly OB Xavier Ruben OG John Mendoza OT Bryan Keith OT Blake Spears OT Patrick Ward OT Trent Davis OT Tommy Parsons OT Chris Hudgins OT Devin Threatt C Ricky Padilla TE Brad Dittmar TE Will McLane TE Jake Willingham TE Trevor Hammergren WR Dakarai Pecikonis WR Nathan Slaughter WR Jared Freeman WR Arthur Buckingham WR Garrett Smith QB Wes Wood QB Mitchell Gale RB Chauncey Harris RB Trent Rios PK Matt Stoll RS Arthur Buckingham RS Jonathan Woodson RS Darrell Cantu-Harkless RS Joseph Vela DT Aaron Wampler DT Melvin Shead DT Bobbie Hampton DE Nick Richardson DE Austin Benson DE Clayton Callicutt DE Ricky Marshall ILB Kyle Voss ILB Matt Ellerbrock ILB Thor Woerner ILB Seth Bailey OLB Matt Knicky OLB Chris Olson OLB Trevor Pesek CB Dwight Morrison CB Willie Riley CB TJ McCullough S Chaz Pavliska S Pat Gardner S Blair Johnson S Angel Lopez S Charles Moore S Jordan Smith P Kevin VanVoris P Isaac Arellano P Manny Nunez DS Brent Schroeder DS Derek Tesch DS Patrick Bettiol

The Players

OG Ken Van Heule OG Aaron Mullane OT Manase Foketi OT Joe Unga C Justen Tyler TE Andrew Mocio WR Robert Armstrong WR Taylor Gabriel WR Torrence Allen WR Sherman Batiste QB Dustin Vaughan RB Khiry Robinson RB Keidrick Jackson FB Blake Smith PK Sergio Castillo, Jr. RS Khiry Robinson

OVERALL W-L Pct. PF PA 9-2 .818 425 279 12-3 .800 579 331 6-4 .600 345 283 6-6 .500 310 304 7-4 .636 315 236 5-6 .455 286 313 3-7 .300 214 375 2-9 .182 178 322 1-9 .100 126 304

The Coaches

LSC W-L Pct. PF PA Midwestern State 7-1 .875 334 204 West Texas A&M 7-1 .875 313 127 Tarleton State 5-3 .625 272 217 Texas A&M-Kingsville 5-3 .625 190 193 Abilene Christian 4-4 .500 208 192 Angelo State 4-4 .500 227 237 Eastern New Mexico 2-6 .250 162 298 Incarnate Word 1-7 .125 132 228 A&M-Commerce 1-7 .125 104 246

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2012 LSC Special Awards

2012 LSC Weekly Award Selections

Offensive Player of the Year (J.W. Rollins award): Dustin Vaughan, West Texas A&M

Offense

Offensive Back of the Year: Khiry Robinson, West Texas A&M Receiver of the Year: Torrence Allen, West Texas A&M Robert Armstrong, Texas A&M-Kingsville Taylor Gabriel, Abilene Christian Offensive Lineman of the Year: Ken Van Heule, Midwestern State Freshman of the Year: Clayton Callicutt, Angelo State Defensive Player of the Year (J.V. Sikes award): Ethan Westbrooks, West Texas A&M Defensive Lineman of the Year: Rufus Johnson, Tarleton State Linebacker of the Year: Danny Mason, A&M-Commerce Defensive Back of the Year: LB Suggs, Abilene Christian Coach of the Year: Bill Maskill, Midwestern State Don Carthel, West Texas A&M Bo Atterberry, Texas A&M-Kingsville

LSC Defensive Lineman of the Year Rufus Johnson

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S-4 S-10 S-17 S-24 O-1 O-8 O-15 O-22 O-29 N-5 N-12

Torrence Allen, WTAMU Jerome Regal, TARLETON Taylor Gabriel, ACU Keidrick Jackson, MSU Khiry Robinson, WTAMU Keidrick Jackson, MSU Dustin Vaughan, WTAMU Brandon Kelsey, MSU Khiry Robinson, WTAMU Dustin Vaughan, WTAMU Brandon Kelsey, MSU Mitchell Gale, ACU Jake Fenske, TARLETON Chauncey Harris, MSU

Defense S-4 Nick Richardson, ACU S-10 Marquis Wadley, TARLETON Marquis Singleton, TAMUK S-17 Taylor McCuller, WTAMU Neiko Conway, MSU S-24 Rush Seaver, ASU O-1 Danny Mason, A&M-C O-8 Curtis Slater, WTAMU O-15 Ethan Westbrooks, WTAMU O-22 Ethan Westbrooks, WTAMU Mark Savere, TAMUK O-29 Taylor McCuller, WTAMU N-5 Matt Ellerbrock, MSU N-12 Justin Stephens, ACU

Special Teams S-4 S-10 S-17 S-24 O-1 O-8 O-15 O-22 O-29 N-5 N-12

Nathan Slaughter, WTAMU Matt Stoll, TAMUK Marcus Wright, UIW Greg Saladino, MSU Greg Saladino, MSU Cade Stone, ACU Blake Barnes, TARLETON Sergio Castillo, Jr., WTAMU Jonathan Woodson, TAMUK Matt Stoll, TAMUK Marqui Christian, MSU Blake Barnes, TARLETON


2012 NCAA Wrap-up American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) School Rec Pts LW 1. Valdosta State (30) 12-2 750 17 2. Winston-Salem State 14-1 719 2 3. Minnesota State-Mankato 13-1 674 5 4. West Texas A&M 12-3 596 16 5. Missouri Western State 12-2 578 9 6. Colorado St.-Pueblo 12-1 575 1 7. Indiana (Pa.) 12-2 545 11 8. New Haven 10-1 496 3 9. Ashland 11-1 480 4 10. Northwest Missouri State 10-3 446 13 11. Henderson State 10-1 408 6 12. Minnesota-Duluth 10-2 407 7 13. Carson-Newman 9-3 406 22 14. Shippensburg 11-2 349 15 15. Indianapolis 10-3 288 18 16. Midwestern State 9-2 284 8 17. Bloomsburg 10-2 263 10 18. Chadron State 9-3 231 20 19. Harding 9-2 219 12 20. Lenoir-Rhyne 9-3 195 NR 21. West Alabama 9-4 189 NR 22. Emporia State 10-2 110 24 23. Tuskegee 10-2 97 14 24. Missouri S&T 10-1 95 19 25. Shepherd 8-3 84 T25

Shippensburg 58, Bloomsburg 20 Indiana (PA) 27, Shepherd 17 Indianapolis 31, Midwestern State 14 Chadron 30, West Texas A&M 38 West Alabama 41, Miles 7 Lenoir-Rhyne 21, Fort Valley State 6 Northwest Missouri State 35, Harding 0 Missouri Western State 57, Minnesota Duluth 55 (3-OT)

Second Round • Nov. 24, 2012

Semifinals • Dec. 8, 2012 Winston-Salem 41, West Texas A&M 18 Valdosta State 35, Minnesota State-Mankato 19

Ncaa Division II Championship • Dec. 15, 2012 Winston-Salem 7, Valdosta State 35

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rec LW 12-2 17 13-1 2 14-1 3 12-2 8 12-3 13 12-2 12 11-1 7 10-3 10 12-1 1 10-1 4 10-2 5 10-1 9 11-2 14 10-2 23 9-3 21 10-3 18 9-2 6 9-3 16 8-3 NR 10-2 NR 9-4 20 10-2 11 9-2 15 9-3 22 10-2 19

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1. Valdosta State 2 Minnesota State-Mankato 3 Winston-Salem State 4 Missouri Western State 5 West Texas A&M 6 Indiana (Pa.) 7 Ashland 8 Northwest Missouri 9 Colorado State-Pueblo 10 New Haven 11 Minnesota-Duluth 12 Henderson State 13 Shippensburg 14 Winona State 15 Carson-Newman 16 Indianapolis 17 Midwestern State 18 Chadron State 19 Saginaw Valley 20 Emporia State 21 West Alabama 22 Bloomsburg 23 Harding 24 Lenoir-Rhyne 25 Tuskegee

History/Records

Winston-Salem 21, Indiana (PA) 17 Colorado State-Pueblo 13, West Texas A&M 34 Valdosta State 49, Carson-Newman 26 Minnesota State-Mankato 17, Missouri Western State 10

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The Players

Winston-Salem 37, Shippensburg 14 New Haven 14, Indiana (PA) 17 Colorado State-Pueblo 28, Indianapolis 7 Ashland 28, West Texas A&M 33 Valdosta State 49, West Alabama 21 Carson-Newman 38, Lenoir-Rhyne 35 Minnesota State-Mankato 38, Northwest Missouri 35 Missouri Western State 45, Henderson State 21

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2012 NCAA Division II Final Standings

First Round • Nov. 17, 2012

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Daktronics All-Super Region Four Team Don Hansen All-Super Region Four Team First Team Offense TE OL OL OL OL OL WR WR QB RB RB RS PK

David Pawelek Tim Lelito Ryan Jensen Ken Van Heule Matt Armstrong Manase Foketi Jeff Janis Mar’Quone Edmonds *Taylor Housewright Joe Glendening Keidrick Jackson Christian Jessie Sergio Castillo, Jr.

First Team Offense Colorado Mines Grand Valley State Colorado State-Pueblo Midwestern State Grand Valley State West Texas A&M Saginaw Valley State Indianapolis Ashland Hillsdale Midwestern State Northern Michigan West Texas A&M

Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

West Texas A&M Jr. Ferris State Sr. Tarleton State Sr. Texas A&M-Commerce Sr. Chadron State Sr. New Mexico Highlands Sr. Central State Sr. Ashland Jr. Chadron State Jr. Colorado State-Pueblo So. New Mexico Highlands Sr. Colorado Mines Sr.

Second Team Offense TE OL OL OL OL OL WR WR QB RB RB RS PK

Roger Pfannenschmid Bryce Givens Aaron Mullane Iain Smith Garrett Gilkey Jonathan Jones Charles Johnson Torrence Allen Dustin Vaughan Klay Fiechter Montarae Williams Carlton Westbrook Blake Barnes

Taylor Housewright Steve Nagy Joe Glendening Jeff Janis Torrence Allen David Pawelek Jonathan Jones Tim Lelito Tino Tuilata Manase Foketi Ryan Jensen Kyler Stoker Sergio Castillo

Ashland Ashland Hillsdale Saginaw Valley State West Texas A&M Colorado Mines CSU-Pueblo Grand Valley State Midwestern State West Texas A&M CSU-Pueblo Ferris State West Texas A&M

Colorado State-Pueblo Colorado State-Pueblo West Texas A&M Colorado Mines Chadron State Colorado State-Pueblo Grand Valley State West Texas A&M West Texas A&M Indianapolis Findlay Missouri S&T Tarleton State

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

Ferris State Chadron State Ashland West Texas A&M Colorado Mesa Ferris State Ashland Adams State Saginaw Valley State Wayne State Incarnate Word Colorado State-Pueblo

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

DE Rufus Johnson DE Ethan Westbrooks G/T Tyrell Higgins G/T Jamie Meder LB Max Davis LB Kevin Lindholm LB Darius Wilson CB Gerren DuHart CB Dashaun Phillips S Brian Gamble S Trelan Taylor RS Khiry Robinson RS Josh Sandoval P Taylor Accardi

Tarleton State West Texas A&M West Texas A&M Ashland Indianapolis Chadron State Central State Wayne State Tarleton State Ashland Chadron State West Texas A&M CSU-Pueblo Colorado Mines

Don Hansen All-America Team Second Team Defense DE Rufus Johnson

Tarleton State Sr.

Beyond Sports Network All-America Team Second Team Defense DE Rufus Johnson

Tarleton State Sr.

D2Football.com All-America Team Honorable Mention Defense DE Rufus Johnson

Tarleton State Sr.

Second Team Defense DL DL DL LB LB LB LB S S CB CB P

Brad Iskow Keifer Burke Jamie Meder Taylor McCuller Jake Edmiston Tayo Moss Cody Bloom James Ackel Jeff Heath Gerren DuHart Devan Avery Brandon Kliesen

First Team Defense

First Team Defense DL ^Ethan Westbrooks DL Jordan Morgan DL Rufus Johnson LB Danny Mason LB Kevin Lindholm LB Jordan Campbell LB Darius Wilson S Brian Gamble S Trelan Taylor CB C.J. Roberts CB Abdul Kenneh P Taylor Accardi

QB FB RB WR WR TE C G G T T AP K

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The football program has long played an important role on the campus of Tarleton State University, with records showing that Tarleton fielded a football team as early as 1904. The following story will take you on the journey of football at Tarleton, starting with the early days of junior college competition and continuing with the move to senior college level in 1961. It recaps the Texans’ dominance on the NAIA Division II scene and tells of TSU’s recent accomplishments as a member of NCAA Division II. Finally, this story ends by assuring you that Tarleton’s best days on the football field are still ahead. Football began at Tarleton almost from the start of the college. Records indicate that Tarleton fielded a team as early as 1904. However, scores of Tarleton’s games are available only starting in 1915. When Tarleton first began collegiate play, it was known as John Tarleton College but it became a junior college in 1906 and affiliated with the Texas A&M University System in 1917. It was know as John Tarleton Agricultural College (JTAC) until 1949 when it became Tarleton State College. In 1961, Tarleton began four-year competition and in 1973 became Tarleton State University. Tarleton enjoyed great success on the gridiron after World War I, going 52-16-6 over an eight-year span under the direction of W.J. Wisdom, who would later gain greater fame as a basketball coach. Included in the span was an 8-0-1 record in 1925 when Tarleton outscored its opponents 276 to 25 and was tied only by Baylor University’s freshman team. Wisdom also coached the 1935 team to a 9-2 mark, losing the last two games of the season after shutting out eight of the first nine opponents and outscoring opponents 235 to 6. Among the early luminaries of the game were Tarleton Hall of Famers Leslie “Al” Jennings, Max Menzies, Paul “Duck” Marr, Jess “Ironhead” Davis, Hugh Wolfe, Henry Todd, and Clifford Funderburk. During World War II, Tarleton did not field a team in 1942 or 1943 and played mostly military and academy teams in 1944 and 1945. In 1950, Tarleton posted a 7-3 record with what many consider its best team. Seven players from that team are Hall of Fame Al Jennings (1922-26) members, including quarterback Pence Dacus, rushing champion Marvin Brown, and receiver Jack Jones. Brown would later play professionally for the Detroit Lions. In the mid-50’s, led by stars Webb Bishop, Leon Blakeney and Jerry Flemmons, Tarleton would field strong teams, including a 7-11 record in 1956. Tarleton made its difficult transition from two-year to four-year competition in 1961 and also changed its team nickname from the “Plowboys” to the “Texans” by student vote. Though the team suffered through seven straight losing seasons – that did not keep John Riggs from becoming one of the most heralded defensive players in school history. The linebacker is one of just two players to have had his jersey (No. 63) retired. In 1966, Tarleton posted a 7-3 record behind a team that also boasts Hall of Famers. That squad defeated a team of Mexico All-Stars in the Aztec Bowl. Giant defensive tackle Randy Winkler would later play professional football. Between 1966 and 1968 Tarleton was entertained by magical quarterback, J.D. McMahon, throwing to receivers Pat Ballow, Harlan Wunsch and Jody Worsham. Between 1968 and 1975, Tarleton competed as a member of the Lone Star Conference. Over that eight-year span, the team recorded 2013 Texan Football Media Guide

just 12 wins while losing 68. One of the few highlights in that span was the opening in 1974 of Memorial Stadium as the football team’s new playing site. In 1976, the University left the LSC and helped form the nonscholarship Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Over the next 15 years, Tarleton would win six TIAA titles, with back-to-back crowns in 1977 and 1978, 1986 and 1987, and 1989 and 1990. The 1978 team was the first to go to postseason play, finishing with an 8-0-1 record during the J.D. McMahon ranks as one of the regular season. All-American top Texan quarterbacks of all-time, linebacker and Tarleton Athletics having completed 389 passes for Hall of Famer Tally Neal led that 5,684 yards and 38 TD’s. team and his No. 34 jersey would later became retired for just the second time in school history. From 1979 to 1982, Ricky Bush would become Tarleton’s career rushing champion and the only Texan football player ever to be selected to four consecutive all-America teams, as he thrilled Tarleton fans at the turn of the decade. During a five-year span from 1986 to 1990, Tarleton went 4511-1, won the Sunflower Bowl in 1986, and advanced to the NAIA quarterfinals in 1987, 1989 and 1990. The 1990 team is the only Tarleton team to have an undefeated and untied regular season, going 10-0, before losing in the quarterfinals to eventual national champion Westminster College. That playoff loss to Westminster is remembered as one of the most thrilling games ever to be played at Memorial Stadium. Because of its domination of the league, Tarleton was requested to leave the TIAA and played as an independent from 1991 to 1994. In 1994 the school was accepted for membership to NCAA Division II, and rejoined the Lone Star Conference, first competing for a league title in 1995. Tarleton’s 10-3 record in 2001 is by far the top single season mark during the scholarship era. In 2002, the Texans finished 9-2 for the second best mark since beginning scholarships. Former head coach Todd Whitten played a key role in Tarleton’s recent success, averaging seven wins per season in his five years at the helm. He and his staff set out to make Texan football a consistent winner, and it appears they are well on their way to doing just that. In 2001, Tarleton earned a share of both the LSC overall championship and LSC South Division crown for the first time in school history. The Texans, John Riggs (1960-63) who closed the regular season with six straight wins, made their first-ever appearance in the NCAA Division II playoffs and advanced to the national quarterfinals. Tarleton placed 17 players on the All-LSC teams in 2002, including an amazing eight first team selections.


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quarterback Scott Grantham scored from 20 yards out before punching in the two-point conversion for the victory. Tarleton finished the season 10-3 and claimed a share of the LSC championship and the LSC South Division title. Tarleton advanced to the second round of the playoffs for the second time in the program’s history. In 2010, head coach Cary Fowler took over a rebuilding program in his first year at the helm of the Texans. Tarleton struggled through injuries and inexperience, limping to a 3-8 record, but it gave the Steve Kelly (1999-2001) is Tarleton’s all-time passing younger players an opportunity to gain leader having passed for 8,203 valuable experience. The 2011 season was the most yards in 35 games played. successful under Coach Fowler after finishing the season on a five-game winning streak. Tarleton got off to a rough start, but faced very tough competition. In fact, the Texans’ losses came against ranked opponents, including No. 1 Midwestern State and No. 2 Abilene Christian. Tarleton rebounded though and finished the season as the hottest team in the conference. At 6-5 on the year, the Texans showed they were growing into a force to be reckoned with in the LSC. It showed a change of pace from the past few years and that the Texans were on the rise. The Texans opened the 2012 campaign upsetting nationally ranked Midwestern State, 20-17, and the team looked poised for greatness. After downing the No. 4-ranked team in the nation, Tarleton would hit the road for a neutral contest against Abilene Christian that would be played at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Tarleton took a three-point lead into the locker room, but the Wildcats came back with a stifling defense and defeated the Texans 3431. The team would battle back the next week with a win over Eastern New Mexico, but Tarleton would not win back-to-back contests until late October and early November. The Texans managed to go on the road and upset Gulf South Conference super-team North Alabama on the second to final week of the season and then defeat Angelo State in the season finale to earn wins in its final three games. Quarterback Jake Fenske set a school record with a 99-yard touchdown toss against UNA and then set the new school record for yards passing in a game against ASU, collecting 460 yards on the evening. Tarleton finished the season 6-4 overall and 5-3 in the LSC. After nearly 100 years of Tarleton football action, including 48 as a senior college, the Texans have never been stronger over a longer period of time. Clearly, the best is yet to come for the Proud Defenders of the Purple and White. The 2013 campaign will be another exciting chapter in the annals of Tarleton football history.

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The Texans returned to the playoffs for the second time in three years in 2003 and finished the season 8-4 overall. Tarleton won its third straight LSC division title by taking the North trophy after going 4-1 in North Division play. Seventeen Texan players made the All-LSC teams in 2003, including an astounding 11 players as first team selections. The Texans now have totaled 34 first team All-LSC players since 1996. The 2004 season was another strong year, despite a four-game losing skid in the middle of the season. However, the Texans put together four straight wins to end the season. The Texans missed a share of the Lone Star Conference Championship and the school’s fourth LSC division title with a loss to end the 2005 season. The Texans could have been ranked No. 1 in the South Central Region, but the loss knocked the Texans out of the playoffs for the second straight season. Tarleton finished the 2005 campaign under new Derrick Ross (2004-05) gained 3,072 yards in two seasons with the head coach Sam McElroy with a Texans, including a school record 7-3 overall record. In 2006, the Texans shared the 269 yards in a single game. LSC South Division crown with West Texas A&M after losing to the Buffaloes in the final game. The defeat kept Tarleton out of the playoffs for the third straight season. The Texans opened the season 0-3 before rattling through the South Division 6-0 before the loss at WTAMU, ending the year 6-4 overall. In 2007, the Texans had a great season, finishing 9-2 overall, including a 27-24 overtime victory at NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision member Stephen F. Austin. However, the Texans were left out of the playoffs once again after dropping two of the last three contests. Senior defensive back Ranardrick Phillips became the first player in the LSC South Division to earn the Defensive Back of the Year Award three consecutive times (2005, 2006 and 2007). The Texans won the first five games of the 2008 season before dropping a close game at home to resurgent Texas A&M-Kingsville. The Texans finished 8-3 after dropping two of their last three games. Tarleton was featured on national television on CBS College Sports Network on Thursday, Oct. 30 when the Texans hosted Angelo State, winning 31-24. The 2009 season was one for the record books as the season was highlighted by a double-overtime NCAA Division II playoff victory at Buddy Fornes (1973-82) was Texas A&M-Kingsville in the first head coach of the Texans in round. Kicker Garrett Lindholm 1977 when Tarleton claimed nailed a division playoff record its first ever TIAA 64-yard field goal to tie the game Conference Championship. as time expired, and Tarleton’s

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1982 Ricky Bush Floyd Beasley 2nd Team, HM (NCAA II) Lary Fowler Honorable Mention (NCAA II) Craig Wright 1st Team, 3rd Team (NCAA II) Mike Dolloff 1st Team (NCAA II) 1981 Ricky Bush 1st Team, 2nd Team (NCAA II) Tony Martinez Honorable Mention (NCAA II) 1980 Ricky Bush 2nd Team (NCAA II) 1979 Tony Tuck 2nd Team (NCAA II) Ricky Bush Honorable Mention (NCAA II) 1978 Tally Neal 2nd Team (NCAA II) Steve Fieszel 2nd Team (NCAA II) Wayne Schumacher Honorable Mention (NCAA II) Garry Wright 2nd Team (NCAA II) 1977 Tally Neal 3rd Team (NCAA II) 1968 Richard Smith Honorable Mention (NCAA II) 1967 Richard Smith Honorable Mention (NCAA II) 1966 J.D. McMahon Honorable Mention (NCAA II) Pat Ballow 2nd Team (NCAA II) 1965 Randy Winkler 3rd Team (NCAA II) 1963 John Riggs Honorable Mention (NCAA II) Honorable Mention (NCAA II) 2nd Team (NCAA II) 2nd Team (NCAA II) 2nd Team (NCAA II) Honorable Mention (NAIA) Honorable Mention (NAIA) John Steve Honorable Mention (NAIA) Riggs Fieszel 2nd Team (NAIA)

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1972 Willie Stafford OT Olney 1971 Johnny Weaver TB Gatesville Year Player Pos. Hometown 1969 Harlan Wunsch WR Rosebud 2012 Blair Johnson S Dallas 1968 J.D. McMahon QB Fort Worth 2011 Jason Billings DL Nocona 1967 James Medley C Odessa 2010 Brandon Johnson DB Giddings 1966 J.D. McMahon QB Fort Worth 2009 Jacob Rowe DE Alvarado 1965 Randy Winkler T Belton 2008 Devin Livingston OL San Antonio 1964 Irling Smith G Hurst 2007 Mike Jones OL Houston 1963 John Riggs G Galena Park 2006 Jeremy Madkins WR Stephenville 1962 Dick Rogers RB Breckenridge 2005 Jeff Parker OL Belton 1961 Jimmy Eden G San Saba 2004 Kelby Ledbetter DL Wheeler 1960 Dee Stokes C Austin 2003 Joe Morrison RB San Francisco, Calif. 1959 Bob Barnett E Hico 2002 Derek Thomas DB Jewett 1958 Jerry Massingill G Hamilton 2001 Alester Givens RB Los Angeles, Calif. 1957 Bobby Walls RB Big Lake 2000 Scott Rawlings DT Boyd 1956 Leon Blakeney G Kermit 1999 Chris Chambers WR Hitchcock 1955 Jerry Flemmons QB Stephenville 1998 Wade Tanner DE Morton 1954 Webb Bishop C Hearne 1997 Ryan Seward C Goldthwaite 1953 Laudie Bitner G Waco 1952 Franklin Earney HB Breckenridge Higgs Mvp Award 1951 Charles Goff T McAllen Year Player Pos. Hometown 1950 Jack Jones E Breckenridge 2012 Arthur Buckingham WR Pilot Point 2011 Dashaun Phillips DB Duncanville Zach Shaver Award 2010 Robert Payne RB San Angelo Year Player Pos. Hometown 2009 Arthur Buckingham WR Pilot Point 2012 Patrick Bettiol DE College Station 2008 George Murray FB Stephenville 2011 Cole Vitolo DL Wichita Falls 2007 Ranardrick Phillips DB Madison, Fla. Cory Jackson DL Allen 2006 Erick Smith LB Waco 2010 Jason Billings DL Nocona 2005 Ranardrick Phillips DB Madison, Fla.

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The football program is well represented in Tarleton’s Athletics Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame, which was debuted in 1980, currently consists of 143 former Tarleton athletic greats, including 64 former football players and two former football coaches. Here’s a listing (sorted by years inducted) of the inductees with ties to the football program: Years Played/ Year player Coached Inducted T-Bone Winters 1913-15 1980 Roy Hudspeth 1917-22 1980 Al Jennings 1922-26 1980 Duck Marr 1925-26 1980 Jess Davis 1925-29 1980 Jude Smith 1934-37 1980 Pence Dacus 1949-50 1980 Jack Jones 1949-50 1980 Webb Bishop 1953-55 1980 Jerry Flemmons 1954-56 1980 Leon Blakeney 1955-56 1980 John Riggs 1960-63 1980 Pat Ballow 1963-66 1980 Richard Dale Smith 1965-68 1980 J.D. McMahon 1966-68 1980 Bunt Adams 1917-21 1981 W.J. Wisdom (Coach) 1920-35 1981 Max Menzies 1923-26 1981 Hugh Wolfe 1931-33 1981 Clifford Funderburk 1935-36 1981 Lloyd Corder 1949-50 1981 Randy Winkler 1962-66 1981 Monty Montgomery 1917-21 1982 Henry Todd 1933-35 1982 Ed Pettitt 1964-65 1982 Harlan Wunsch 1965-69 1982 Zelna Compton 1919-23 1983 Ernie Pannell 1935-36 1983 James Coble 1949-50 1983 Theon Thetford 1955-56 1983 Tally Neal 1975-78 1983 Bobby Cavazos 1949-50 1984 Clyde Noonkester 1956-58 1984 Rob Barnett 1958-59 1984 Walter Moegelin 1964-67 1985 Charles High 1975-78 1985 Charles Grooms 1975-78 1985 Ricky Bush 1979-82 1986 Gene Ward 1953-55 1987 Taylor Virdell 1974-77 1987 Tommy Tinkler 1936-38 1990 Wayne Schumacher 1975-78 1990 Carleton “Gene” Hardin 1950-51 1993 Johnny Gann 1974-77 1994 Joe Worsham 1967-70 1996 Billy Joe Easter 1975-78 1997 2013 Texan Football Media Guide

Years Played/ Year Player Coached Inducted Steve Fieszel 1975-78 1997 Terry Gambill 1980-83 1998 Gaylon Bowser 1984-87 1999 Joe Gillespie (Coach) 1973-82 2000 Danny David 1986-87 2001 Mike Baskin 1983-86 2002 Eric Lugo 1987-90 2004 Dan Smalley 1975-78 2005 Carl Pleasant 1974-78 2006 Dennis Estelle 1983-84 2006 Robert Ivey 1986-88 2007 Rodney Webb 1986-89 2007 Kevin Vickers 1995-97 2008 Chad Cole 1995-98 2011 Craig Hancock 1984-86 2011 Mike A. Myres 1956-58 2012 Mike Myres 1984-88 2012 James Dearth 1995-98 2012 Krayles Banks 1975-78 2013 J.W. Boren 1999-2002 2013

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The Tarleton Athletics Department honored five new members into the Athletics Hall of Fame on Jun. 1 as part of Tarleton’s Hall of Fame Weekend. Former letterwinners J.W. Boren, Krayles Banks and Tracy Guy will be honored along with the 1992 Tarleton TexAnn Basketball team and Tarleton supporter David Tomlinson. The induction dinner was held on the Tarleton State campus inside the Barry B. Thompson Student Center. The athletics department also hosted a reception for the honorees on Friday evening as well as a breakfast Saturday morning. Boren became the 63rd Texan Football player to be inducted into the Tarleton Athletics Hall of Fame. Boren was a four-year letterwinner for the Texans, donning the purple and white from 1999 to 2002. He was an All-Lone Star Conference selection all four years, earning secondteam honors his freshman year and first-team honors as a sophomore, junior and senior. A Stephenville native, Boren owns the school record having made five field goals in one game and he ranks second in school history in field goals made during a single-season after making 17 field goals his senior season in 2002. He ranked third in the LSC in points scored his senior year, scoring 90 points that season. Boren still holds the LSC career-record for field goals in a career, having kicked 59 field goals in his four-year stretch with the Texans. He is a two-time All-American selection, earning the honor in both 2000 and 2002. Banks was the 140th member and 64th Texan Football player to be inducted into the Tarleton Athletics Hall of Fame. Banks played for the Texans under legendary head coach Buddy Fornes and was a member of the defensive backfield that was coach by current Tarleton Athletics Hall of Fame member, Joe Gillespie. Banks helped lead Tarleton to a 15-4-1 record over his final two seasons with the team and was a part of Tarleton’s first ever TIAA conference championship in 1977. The Texans went on to win the TIAA conference title again during Banks’ senior season in 1978 as well. A native of San Marcos, Banks was known to be very deadly when coming up to play run-sweeps. The Texan coaches also acknowledged that Banks was a very good tackler and that he loved to play the game of football. During his senior season, Banks recorded more than 20 tackles, had six pass deflections and recovered a fumble as well. Guy entered the Tarleton Athletics Hall of Fame as the 50th basketball member to be inducted. A two-year starter for the Texans under head coach Lonn Reisman, Guy scored over 950 points while playing at Tarleton and helped lead the Texans to back-to-back TIAA

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conference championships during the 1988-89 and 1989-90 seasons. Guy made 122 three-pointers his senior season with the Texans, which ranks second most in school history for a single-season. He made 210 three-pointers during his career and set the single-game school record with 10 three-pointers back on Dec. 5, 1988 against Pual Quinn. An Itasca native, Guy finished his career with over 300 assists and was a two-time all-conference selection and a two-time all-district 8 selection as well. Tomlinson became the third Tarleton supporter to be inducted into the Athletics Hall of Fame behind Dr. Lamar Johanson and Perry Elliott. A proud supporter of Tarleton Athletics, Tomlinson has served on the Texan Club Advisory Board of over 20 years and during that time has served as Texan Club President, twice. He first served as president from 1994 to 1996 and then served again from 2008 to 2010. In 1997, Tomlinson received the distinguished All-Purple Award, an award established in 1989 to recognize individuals who have demonstrated outstanding support of the Tarleton Athletics Program, the athletes and the university. He was also recognized in the spring of 2008 for his unresolved concessions service during athletic events, when the athletic department honored him with the naming of Tarleton’s Memorial Stadium Purple and White Pavilion area. The 1991-92 Tarleton TexAnn women’s basketball team returned five starters from a 1990-91 team that went 21-9 and just missed making the national playoffs after going 1-1 in the District 8 tournament. The TexAnns began the season ranked No. 7 in the nation and went 8-4 in the fall semester schedule. The team then won 22 games in the 1992 portion of the schedule and moved up to as high as No. 4 in the nation, while going 8-0 in District 8. The TexAnn squad defeated St. Joseph’s 81-70 in the first round of the NAIA Division II national tournament and then downed Pacific 68-66 in overtime of the second round. As an underdog, Tarleton then defeated Mount St. Joseph’s of Ohio 91-72 to make it to the championship game. Despite the season coming to an end in a 73-56 loss to Northern State College of South Dakota in the national title game, the TexAnns would end the year with a 30-8 overall record which still ranks as the most single-season victories in school history. The 1991-92 squad became only the second team in school history to compete for a national title and the first such team to do so since Tarleton had become a four-year university in 1962. Post season honors for the team included Kristen Curtis earning all-district and first team all-American honors; Helena Smith earning alldistrict and second team all-American honors and both Karla Dick and Julie Mata earning NAIA All-American Scholar Athlete honors. The Tarleton Athletics Hall of Fame now has 143 members.

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Lettermen listed are from rosters 1994-present Yusef Abdur-Razzaaq.........2006 Alan Abel..................1994-1995 Russell Abubo...........2004-2005 Robert Aikens....................2007 Dayne Albright..........1997-1998 Wyman Alexander.............2007 Andre Allen...............2011-2012 Nehemiah Allen.................2005 Randone Allen...................2007 Jarett Alvarado.........2011-2012 Armando Alvarez...............2012 Javun Amao.......................2007 Alex Anderson..........2010-2011 Aaron Arbuckle.........2010-2012 Isaac Arellano....................2012 Jonathan Arnold.......2008-2011 Stephen Arnold........2007-2009 Pete Arteaga.............2000-2001 Coron Arterberry...............2004 Zach Ashley...............2000-2002 Ito Atafua...........................1999 Blake Atnip........................2012 Chance Aven......................2011 Chris Bacak...............2003-2007 Ryland Bailey.....................1994 Eric Balch...........................1994 Tory Baldwin......................1994 Jamarcus Ballard................2009 T.J. Barber..........................2003 Blake Barnes......................2012 Addrian Barnett.................2000 Jimmy “J.J.” Barnett..2000-2003 Jon Barrett................1999-2000 Dwayne Bartek..................1998 Richard Bartel...........2005-2006 Brian Bartels.............1995-1996 Brandon Bartlett................1995 J.J. Barton.................1996-1997 Jon Basham..............2001-2002 Dustin Baumann................2005 Steven Beaird....................2000 Justin Becker......................1998 Dontreyl Beckham.............2010 Eric Bell..............................1994 Jerry Bell...................2006-2008 Hunter Belomy..................2010 Gatson Benson..................2011 Phil Bensing..............2004-2006 Stephen Bethea........1995-1998 Bret Bethke...............1998-2000 Patrick Bettiol...........2010-2012 Jason Billings............2008-2011

Matthew Bishop................2012 Chris Blackmon.........1995-1995 Bryan Blake...............1994-1996 Jordan Blankenship..1996-1998 Mike Bolding......................2002 Brad Booth........................1999 J.W. Boren.................1999-2002 Randall Bowen...................2004 Chase Bowers...........2011-2012 Gary Bowers.............1999-2001 Dustin Bowlin....................1998 Jamey Boyd.......................1994 Cassius Bradely..................2010 Marshall Bradley................1996 Nick Brady................2005-2006 Keith Brakens............1996-1997 Michael Brand..........1996-1999 Dwayne Brandon...............2004 Bryant Bray...............2006-2009 Nick Bridgefarmer....1996-1999 Cameron Bridgewater.......2012 David Brister.............1994-1996 Antonio Brown..................2007 Eddie Brown.............2008-2010 Fletcher Brown..................2005 O’Lindsey Brown...............2008 Josh Bryant........................2001 Freddie Buchanan.............1994 Lonnie Buchanan......2009-2010 Arthur Buckingham..2008-2012 Blake Bueltel......................2007 Bradley Bullitt....................2009 Chris Burnett............2010-2012 Donald Burrell...................2005 John Burrows............2001-2002 Keith Bush................2003-2004 Torrin Bush...............2006-2007 Casey Butard.....................1996 Dwain Butler.............2004-2005 Bob Buxton........................1996 Jeremy Caka..............2003-2004 Gary Calhoun.....................1994 Keeneth Calhoun......2001-2002 Adrian Cambell.........2009-2012 Bryan Camp..............1997-2000 Michael Cannings.....2008-2010 Paul Cannings....................2003 Ernie Cantrell.....................2001 Eric Caraway.............2000-2002 Jody Caraway.....................1994 De’Andre Carey..................2002 Scott Carey...............1995-1997 Alejandro Carillo................1998 Josh Carrol.........................1995 R.L. Carter III......................1999

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Trey Casaubon...................1994 J.J. Castillo................1995-1996 Grady Caywood........1994-1995 Kellan Cervetto..................2005 Marcus Chalk.....................2002 Chris Chambers........1999-2000 Lamonte Chambers...........1995 Richard Chambers....2005-2006 J.B. Chaney........................1994 Kyle Chandler.....................2012 D.J. Charnick.............1998-1999 RJ Chisum..........................2006 Jonathan Chitty..................2007 Jerrick Clark.......................2005 Lance Clark...............2009-2011 Russell Clark......................1999 Dwayne Cleavers...............2007 Dustin Clements................2002 Tyler Coates.......................2007 Jerod Cochran....................2010 Brian Coker...............1996-1998 Chad Cole.................1995-1998 Josh Cole............................1997 Kade Cole..................2011-2012 Matt Cole...........................2010 Sam Cole...................2009-2010 Dexter Coleman.................2004 Olan Coleman...........2001-2002 Casey Coley..............1996-1999 Daniel Collins.....................2008 Dee Collins.........................2007 Jason Collins......................1999 Michael Conner.................1995 Brandon Cooper................2006 Jeff Corbitt.........................2005 Logan Cordes............2005-2007 Marcus Cossey..........1999-2000 Brad Couch...............1995-1997 Brian Cox...........................1998 Clint Craft...........................1995 Greg Cranfill.......................1994 Patrick Crawford................1995 Sam Crawford....................2003 Jackson Crawley.................2010 Brad Croak.........................2011 Josh Crocker......................2005 Mitch Crossland.................2001 Miran Cullom.....................2010 Thomas Curry....................2010 Clinton Curtis.....................2002 Ben Dambold............2006-2009 Chis Daniels..............2003-2005 Deshon Daniels..................2009 Keaton Daniels..........2006-2007 Adam Davidson........2000-2001

Bo Davis....................2011-2012 Brent Davis...............2005-2007 Charles Davis............2001-2002 Dustin Davis.......................2006 Jake Davis..........................2006 Jeff Davis...................1995-1996 Lattrell Davis.............2001-2003 Trayveon Davis..........2009-2010 Travis Day.................2000-2002 Deaveron Dean..................2012 James Dearth Jr.........1996-1998 John Dearth..............1997-1998 Jesse DeLuna.....................1997 Keith Demby.............2008-2009 Keith Denton.....................2000 Derek Diaz.........................2006 Jeremy Dickey....................2010 Brandon Dickinson............2003 Michael Dickinson....1994-1995 Michael Di Domenico...2011-12 Gary Dix.............................1996 Montoi Dixon.....................1998 Greg Dolan................2007-2008 Devon Dorris.............1997-1998 Malcom Dotson.................2002 Josh Douglas.............2008-2009 Samson Douglas.......2004-2005 T.J. Douglas...............2002-2004 Aaron Doyle..............2009-2012 Earnest Duncan.................2002 Vincent Duncan........2003-2005 Shane Dunn..............2000-2004 John Durant..............1998-2000 David Durell..............2003-2007 Teavis Durgin.....................2010 Cord Dyson...............1999-2000 Spencer Edmonds..............2012 Englund Edwards...............2008 Jamol Edwards..........2001-2002 Chuck Egbuonu.........2006-2007 Sam Edison........................1996 Charles Eisenhart...............1997 Michael Elders..........1999-2001 Chuck Elliott..............1996-1998 Justin Ellison......................1997 Justin Else..........................2008 Duane Emery.....................2006 Michael Enriquez...............1995 Billy Ensey.................1997-1998 Russell Ensey............1997-1998 Cameron Epple..................2008 Lou Ernst...................2010-2012 Darin Etter................1995-1996 Chris Evans...............2006-2007 David Evans.......................1994


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Desmond Jones.................2006 Dre Jones...........................2009 Chad Jones........................1999 Chris Jones.........................2004 Jerell Jones...............2008-2012 Joe Jones...........................2011 Ken Jones..................2003-2004 Levi Jones..........................2003 Lonnie Jones......................1999 Michael Jones...........2006-2007 Russell Jones......................1995 Blake Jordan......................2010 Terrance Joyner.................2009 Ty Justice...........................1994 Jeff Kahlden.......................1995 Steve Kelly................1999-2001 Sims Kemp................2003-2004 Steven Kendall..........1996-1998 Cameron Kendrick.............2012 K.J. Kennard..............1998-2001 Doug Kent.................1996-1997 Kevin Kilgo.........................1996 Corey Kimbrough...............1997 Chad Kirby................1996-1997 John Kirk...................2004-2005 Levi Kirkland.............2008-2011 Michael Kirksey.................2001 Matt Knicky...............2008-2012 Brad Kramer.............1994-1995 Landon Kribbs...........1997-1999 Ben Kunze.................2004-2006 Tie Lasater.........................2003 Jim Last..............................1998 Kevin Lawson............2002-2004 Shawn Lawson..........2009-2011 Yamil Lebron.............2004-2005 Kelby Ledbetter........2001-2004 Adam Lee...........................1997 Anthony Lee......................2012 Cody Lee...................2001-2005 Mike Lee............................1995 Lincoln LeMere..................1995 Ricky Lenoir..............1996-1997 John Leven.........................1999 Corey Lewis..............2007-2009 John Lewis................2000-2002 Melvin Lewis......................1994 Trey Lewis.................2004-2007 Andy Linder..............2004-2005 Garrett Lindholm......2006-2009 Mark Lister...............1996-1998 Devin Livingston.......2005-2008 Raymond Long..........2006-2007 Jeremy Louis......................2012 Brian Love..........................2005

The Players

Roy Holme................2009-2011 Matt Holson.......................2005 Kanta Hooper....................1995 Kyle Hopf..................2007-2009 D.T. Hopkins..............2000-2002 Alonzo Horton..........2008-2009 Ethan Horton.....................2012 Chris Howell......................1997 Geoffrey Huff............1994-1995 Dustin Hughes..........2006-2007 Garrett Hughes.........2010-2012 John Hughes......................1995 Brent Humphries...............1998 Lester Hundley..................2009 Brandon Hurley.................1998 Julius Hurndon..........2010-2012 Payton Hurst......................1995 Kevin Hutchins...................1996 David Hutyra.............1994-1995 Luke Hyde..........................2010 Vance Ibewuike........2007-2009 Victor Ibewuike.........2006-2007 Regis Idemudia..................2008 Chris Irvin..........................2003 Billy Ray Jack......................1995 Brett Jackson.....................2004 Cory Jackson.............2010-2012 Damien Jackson........2001-2002 Dan Jackson.......................2011 Darron Jackson..................1994 Desmond Jackson.....2011-2012 Fred Jackson.............2004-2005 Gabe Jackson.....................2006 Gabriel Jackson..................2002 Jayme Jackson..........2004-2005 Michael Jackson.......1998-2001 Derrick Jacobs...........2005-2006 Harold Jeffrey...........2005-2006 Adam Johnson...................2004 Blair Johnson............2009-2012 Brandon Johnson......2007-2010 Dan Johnson......................2001 Dairy Johnson....................2003 Justin Johnson..........1999-2002 Lester Johnson...................2004 Logan Johnson..........2010-2011 Stephen Johnson...............2003 Reginald Johnson...............1999 Rit Johnson........................1999 Rufus Johnson..........2011-2012 Kole Johnston...........2011-2012 Joshua Jolivette.................2006 Andre Jones.......................2009 Bryan Jones..............1996-1997 Bryan Jones.......................2001

The Coaches

Rusty Gortmaker......1994-1996 Justin Grady.......................2004 Brent Graham....................2000 Calvin Graham...................2006 Jade Grant.........................2012 Roger Grant..............1995-1997 Scott Grantham........2007-2009 Joshua Graves...........2008-2010 Gary Green........................2008 Jessie Green..............2009-2011 Matt Green...............2011-2012 Roddy Green......................2011 Terrence Greene ...............1994 Donnell Greer....................2008 Devon Grey...............2009-2012 Derek Grimes............1999-2000 Justin Grisham...................2010 Trent Grona..............1997-1999 Jamie Guin.........................2003 Devin Guinn..............2006-2009 Gary Gutierez....................1998 AJ Gutierrez Jr....................2012 Dusty Hafer........................1998 Saalim Hakim.....................2010 Jamel Hale.........................2012 Aaron Hamilton.................1995 Darron Hamilton................2004 Derrick Hamilton...............1994 Donnie Hamilton...............1998 Robert Hand.............2005-2006 Derrick Harden.........1998-2000 John Harrell..............2005-2006 Beau Harris........................1994 Ramonte Harris.................2012 Spencer Harvey........2011-2012 J.T. Haun.............................1995 Cody Hayes........................1998 Will Hedrick..............2005-2008 Randall Henderson...2010-2011 Jeremy Henry...........1994-1996 Terrence Henry.........2010-2011 Zach Henshaw...................2012 Mike Hernandez.......2008-2010 Brock Hesse.......................2008 Lonnie Hewitt...........2008-2009 Jameon Hicks.....................2006 Chad Hierholzer........1996-1998 John Hill....................1994-1995 LeThaddeus Hill.................2011 Omar Hill..................2006-2007 Robert Hinton...........2011-2012 Jahmeel Hobson.......2008-2009 Bob Hodges.......................1994 Nick Hoffman.....................2004 Jacob Holbrook.........1998-2001

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Johnny Evans Jr.........1997-2001 Justin Evans.......................1996 Richard Evans....................2006 Travis Evans..............2007-2008 Chris Evatt.................2001-2002 Eric Ezar....................1994-1995 Josh Fahy...........................1994 Ronnie Faimoa...................2012 Jared Farrell.......................1999 Mike Faurie...............1996-1998 Tom Field...........................2008 Jake Fenske...............2008-2012 Stephen Ferguson..............2002 Jay Fischer.........................1999 Devin Figures............2010-2012 Anthony Fletcher...............2008 Eric Foreman.....................2008 Brian Ford.................2010-2012 Joseph Foster............1998-1999 Jimmy Fox.................2005-2008 Truxton Fox........................2011 Taylor Franco.....................2011 Brylon Franklin..................1996 Dakadro Franklin...............1999 Steven Frazier....................2005 Colt Fredrich......................2010 Alfred Freeman..................1997 James Freeman..................2010 Shawn Freeman.................2005 Jeken Frye.................2010-2012 Joshua Gaines....................2007 Timothy Galvan.................2007 Charlie Gann.................1996-97 Mike Gann.........................1995 Stephen Gann....................1998 Adrian Garcia.....................2001 Brad Gardner.....................2004 Clint Gardner............2000-2001 Tom Garrett.......................2007 Ray Gates..................2003-2004 Scott Gaudet.............1995-1997 Shawn Gaudet..........1997-1998 Treeo Gibson.....................2005 Eric Gidley..........................1998 Jon Giles...................1998-1999 Adam Gilles.......................2005 Alester Givens...........2000-2001 Brandon Glazier.................2003 Cody Gobin........................2006 Nate Golden.............2008-2009 Anthony Gonzalez.............2010 Juan Gonzalez...........2010-2012 Lee Gonzalez......................2007 Chris Goodson...................2008 Jeff Goodwin......................1995

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Lucas Love................2010-2012 Matt Lovorn.......................2005 Brandon Lowery.......2010-2011 Nick Lubrich.......................2005 Aaron Lucas..............1999-2002 Brian Lucas...............1999-2002 Nick Lucero...................1995-96 Dustin Luensmann.............1999 Kelan Luker...............2008-2009 Adam Lybrand...................2001 Jeremy Madkins.......2003-2006 Tanner Maher...........2008-2010 Anthony Malbrough.2004-2005 Paul Mansfield...................2010 Michael Marchetti.............2001 Alan Martin..............1994-1995 Jamie Martin............1994-1996 Josh Martin...............2007-2010 Ryan Martin..............2010-2012 Marc Martinez..........2011-2012 Chad Martinka..........1994-1996 Ryan Mask.........................1994 Kyle Masters.............2000-2004 Chad Matheny..........1997-1998 Jason Mathis.............2003-2007 Derek Maupin....................2000 Jeffrey Mayberry...............1996 Jamal Mays...............2009-2012 Ross McAngus..........2005-2007 Matt McBride....................2010 Doug McCarty....................2001 Craig McCawley........1999-2002 Anthony McCloud..............2002 Bryson McCollister...2006-2007 Charles McCollister............1999 Chavis McCollister....2001-2002 Kyle McCoy........................2000 Justin McDaniel........1996-1998 Devin McDowell.......2010-2011 Matt McGilvary.........1999-2000 Justin McGuire...................2007 Case McKenna..........2009-2011 Kevin McKinley.........1999-2002 Travis McKinney........2008-2009 Will McLane..............2009-2012 Billy McLeod......................2001 Russell McQuiston.............1998 Stephen Medeiros.............2002 Ty Melton.................2011-2012 Daniel Mena.............2010-2011 B.J. Mercer........................2000 John Metzger............1996-2000 Danny Meuth.....................1995 Le’Nard Meyers.................2012 Patrick Miller............1994-1996

Chris Milton.......................1994 Terrell Mingo.....................2003 Brandon Mitchell...............2007 Carl Mitchell.............2006-2008 Kevin Mohr........................2002 Matt Monogomery............1995 Tim Montgomery..............1994 Sheldon Monsegue............2008 Will Moody...............2000-2003 Brandon Moore.................2012 Charles Moore..........2010-2012 Gabe Moore.............1996-1999 Lawerence Moore.............1994 Eddie Moran......................1995 Mike Morris.......................2000 Tim Morrison.....................1996 Joey Moss.................2000-2003 Joe Morrison............2002-2003 Tim Morrison............2001-2002 Sanford Mouton................1994 Kendrick Muckelroy...........2005 Ryan Mueller.....................2001 Zac Munro................2009-2010 George Murray.........2005-2008 Monkarrio Murray....2006-2008 Steven Murray...................1997 Tywain Myles............2003-2007 Phillip Neal...............1996-1997 Ty Neatherlin.....................2003 Ben Needham...........1999-2002 Brandon Newsome............1994 Jeremy Newton........2004-2005 Ryan Newton.....................1994 Brian Ngwa...............2010-2012 Luis Nieto III..............1996-1998 Josh Norris.........................2006 R.D. Norris.........................1999 Ty Nesekhe........................2005 Lin Nunn...................2005-2006 Bill O’Dell...........................1997 Steven Oliver............1994-1995 Chris Oguayo............2008-2009 Segun Olomojobi...............2009 Bola Omisanya...................2010 Kevin O’Neal......................2010 Toby O’Neal.......................2000 Isaiah Oputa.............2007-2008 Curtis Ormond..........1995-1996 Soloman Orr.............2010-2011 Christian Osborn................2012 Courtney Osunde..............2012 Jerry Owens..............2010-2011 Marshall Owens.................1997 Wyatt Padgett....................1996 Casey Page................2007-2010

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Bongkuk Pak......................2001 Jeff Parker.................2001-2005 Justin Parson.............2002-2004 Jeff Patterson.....................1997 Kevin Patterson.........1997-2000 Ty Pattrick.................1997-2000 Jason Payne..............2001-2004 Robert Payne............2006-2009 Damian Perkins..................2010 Zeke Peak..................1998-2000 Dashon Peck......................2001 J.D. Perkins........................2009 Nic Perez...................2011-2012 Seth Perez..........................1995 Keon Perry.........................2008 Bradley Peschke........2008-2010 Chris Peters...............2000-2002 Chris Peterson...................2003 David Petroff.............1994-1995 Dashaun Phillips.......2010-2012 Marcus Phillips.........2006-2009 Ranardrick Phillips....2005-2007 Ray Phillips........................2000 Roosevelt Pierce.......1998-2000 Kyle Piercefield.........2008-2009 Nick Pike............................2010 Jess Pitt.....................1996-1998 Wendell Pitt.......................1996 Andre Plata........................2012 Dustin Pleasant.........2005-2006 Tyson Poindexter...............2000 Melvin Porter....................2004 Jason Poston......................1994 Chris Poux.................2004-2005 Lucas Prater.......................2001 Shamarr Prentice......2007-2008 Thomas Puskarich..............2009 Jonathan Rabe...................1994 Michael Rabe.....................1997 Shaun Ragon.............2005-2009 Craig Ragsdale..........1994-1995 Demonte Randle................2011 Lamont Randle.........1996-1997 Will Randle........................2010 Calvin Rankin............2005-2006 Lance Ransberger..............1996 Scott Rawlings..........1998-2000 Chad Raymond.........1999-2000 Christopher Redman.........2006 Blayne Reed.......................1994 Jerome Regal............2010-2012 Chris Reid...........................1995 Clarke Renfro.....................2010 Ford Renfro........................2011 Tim Renfro.........................1994

Clifton Rhodes III......2011-2012 James Richey.....................1996 Tommy Riddle....................1999 Nathan Rider............1998-2001 Michael Ridge....................2008 Blake Rives................2000-2003 Blake Robertson.......2002-2004 Evan Robertson........2009-2011 Mike Roberson..................1996 Nathan Robinson...............1997 Nathan Robinson...............2007 Sam Robinson...........2002-2005 Teddy Robinson.................1998 Ross Roby.................2005-2007 Robert Rogers...........2004-2005 William Rogers...................2000 Garrett Roget.....................2012 Paul Rosas..........................2003 Derrick Ross..............2004-2005 Todd Rothfuss....................1998 Jacob Rowe...............2007-2010 Xavier Ruben.....................2012 Kenny Rudd.......................1999 Seth Rutland......................1997 Antoine Saad.....................2004 Homar Saenz............2008-2009 Michael Sampson.....2006-2008 Clayton Sanders.................1995 Courtenay Sanders...2003-2004 Antone Saulsberry....2008-2009 Greg Schaefer...........2000-2004 Mario Scott........................2000 Opie Scott..........................1994 Tyler Seale.........................2011 Shawn Sebesta..................2002 Shane Sebesta..........2001-2002 Curt Sessoms.....................1997 Ryan Seward.............1998-2001 Jose Serrano......................2011 Macie Shaw..............2001-2002 Joshua Shelman........2001-2002 David Sheppard.................2006 Jarrod Sheppard.......2005-2008 Jason Shields.....................1998 Rob Shipley...............2001-2005 Dustin Shores...........2001-2002 Jeremy Sifford....................2009 Jason Sigler........................2008 Timothy Siler.....................1996 Jarred Simmons........2003-2006 Torrie Simmons..................1999 Kyle Simpson.....................2006 Rob Sipll.............................1995 Sam Skidmore...........2001-2005 Jamarcus Skillern...............2006


All-Time lettermen Colin Yocom..............1994-1996 Brandon Young.........2001-2002 John Zammat.....................1997 Jerry Zepka........................1995

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The Players

Brandon Washington.........2009 Michael Washington.2010-2011 Savion Washington............2012 Bryant Waters...........2007-2008 Cliff Watkins.............2002-2003 Ryan Watkins ....................2012 Tony Watkins.....................2007 Colton Watson...................2011 Derrick Watson.........2000-2001 Jason Webster...................1994 Steve Welch.......................2008 Donald Wenslow......2001-2003 Craig West................1994-1995 Stacey Whitaker.......2010-2011 Corey White..............2009-2010 Dustin White......................1995 Dernard Whitfield..............2003 Darren Wicker...................2012 Jim Last..............................1998 Blake Wiest...............2010-2011 Petrocelli Wilder................1998 Kyle Wilkins.......................2005 Alexander Williams...2005-2006 Brooke Williams........1994-1995 Dorian Williams.................2008 Michael Williams ..............1998 Michael Williams...............2001 Paul Williams............2004-2006 Steve Williams..........2000-2004 Tim Williams.............2004-2005 Torian Williams.........2005-2008 Tracy Williams..........1999-2002 Warren Wills.............1994-1997 Chip Wilson.......................1997 Chris Wilson..............1996-1997 Devin Wilson............2004-2007 Dewal Wilson............1996-1997 Grant Wilson............1997-1998 Kevin Wilson.............1996-2000 Lane Wilson.......................1994 Lydell Wilson............1996-1997 Rondal Wilson...................2007 Trampas Wilson.................1994 Drew Wilton......................1994 Tre’ Wingfield...........2001-2004 Chris Winn................2003-2006 Drew Womble..........2004-2005 Matt Wright.......................2005 Tramaine Wright.......2005-2008 Tyler Wright.......................2011 DeNarian Wrighter............2008 Michael Wunsch................2000 Shawn Wyatt............2010-2011 William Wyrick Jr...............1998 Derrion Yates............2000-2001

The Coaches

Jerry Tennell......................2009 Adrian Thomas..................2003 Derek Thomas..........2000-2003 O’Chea Thomas.................2010 Kenray Thompson..............1999 Kenyin Thompson..............2010 Martin Thompson.....2005-2007 Ryon Thompson.................1997 Judd Thrash..............2001-2004 Cole Thurman...........2005-2006 Michael Tittor....................1996 Victor Tokunboh................2006 Kelly Tomlinson..................1995 Paul Torres................1997-2001 Brandon Towbridge...........2007 Blaise Trahan.....................2005 Kenneth Travis..........2006-2010 Kody Travis................2011-2012 Fidel Trevino......................1998 Jeremy Troupe...................2002 Tanielu Tuiesosopo...2001-2003 Aaron Tunnell...........1996-1997 Blake Turner......................2011 Carl Turner................2002-2004 Joel Turner.........................1997 Kert Turner........................2003 Trenzio Turner..........1997-1999 David Turpin......................1996 Brian Tyree...............1994-1996 Tim Tyree...........................1996 McNeal Uwajeh........2008-2009 Cordell Valentine......2011-2012 Jason Valantine.........1995-1996 Donny Vandagriff...............1994 Jonathan VanLiew..............2012 Courtney Vaughn...............2011 Ron Veal.............................2002 Kevin Vickers......................1994 Rufino Villa...............1994-1995 Jesus Villasenor........2005-2006 Courtney Vincent...............2008 Cole Vitolo................2010-2012 Tyler Wade...............2008-2010 Marquis Wadley.......2011-2012 Bubba Wagner..........2009-2010 Tyra Waits..........................2011 Tyrone Wall..............1996-1998 Chad Walling.....................1994 Chance Wallace........2011-2012 Casey Walraven.................1997 Clint Wammack........1996-1998 Damien Ward....................2012 Jammel Ward.....................2001 John Warner.............1996-1997 Dustin Washburn......2005-2009

2013 Preview

Brandon Slay.............2006-2009 Brad Smith................1994-1998 Derrick Smith............2003-2007 Dominic Smith..........2008-2009 Donald Smith.....................2000 Erick Smith................2003-2006 Jake Smith................1997-1999 Jeffrey Smith.............1997-1998 Jerome Smith.....................1996 Jerome Smith.....................1999 Justin Smith..............2002-2003 Kyle Smith..........................2008 Lawerence Smith......2005-2006 Micah Smith.............1996-2000 Roderick Smith.........2006-2009 Scott Smith........................1995 Vaughn Smith....................2012 Vernon Smith............2006-2007 Grady Speaks............1994-1997 Kent Speer.........................1997 Rob Spells..........................2004 Emeri Spence.....................2009 Bobby Spradley..................1995 Jimmy Spradely..................1995 Wryn Standmire................2007 Jamaal Steamer........2005-2010 Sam Steeley.......................1994 Clint Stephens..........2000-2001 James Stephens........1998-1999 Nick Stephens...........2010-2011 Charles Stermer.................2010 Corey Sterling....................2005 James Stevenson...............1998 Willie Stevenson................1998 Carl Steward.............2003-2004 Brandon Stewart...............2003 Stetson Stockard................2010 Cole Stokes........................2010 Hunter Storm............2005-2007 Collin Strahan...........2011-2012 Travis Strasser....................2000 Scott Streich.............2006-2009 Nate Stringfellow...............2009 Jason Stuart..............1996-1999 Justin Sturns......................2011 Chase Sugarek..........2000-2002 Korey Sutton......................2006 Kyle Swift..................2002-2004 Justin Swindell...................2002 Loften Swint III..........1996-1998 Dustin Tabor.............2003-2004 Ben Taifance.............2008-2009 Wade Tanner............1996-2000 Anthony Tate.....................1995 Vincent Taylor....................1994

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Total Offense

CAREER:

Total PLAYS GAME:

1. 720 Ricky Bush....................................1979-82 2. 490 Derrick Ross.................................2004-05 3. 475 Roderick Smith............................2006-09

SEASON:

YARDS GAME:

1. 71

1. 495 2. 487 3. 485 4. 479 5. 453 6. 442 7. 430 8. 402 9. 370 10. 367

J.D. McMahon vs. Angelo State...... 1967

Steve Kelly........................................ 2001 Kevin Vickers.................................... 1994 Nick Stephens................................... 2011 Cliff Watkins..................................... 2003 Scott Grantham................................ 2009 Steve Kelly........................................ 1999 Steve Kelly........................................ 2000 Chad Cole......................................... 1997 J.D. McMahon.................................. 1966 Scott Grantham................................ 2007

CAREER:

1. 1,367 Steve Kelly...............................1999-2001 2. 1,156 Chad Cole....................................1995-98 3. 1,149 Scott Grantham...........................2007-09

TOTAL YARDS GAME:

1. 477 Kevin Vickers vs. Ouachita Baptist.. 1994

SEASON:

1. 3,567 Steve Kelly (274.4/game)................ 2001 2. 3,533 Cliff Watkins (321.2/game)............. 2003 3. 3,232 Kevin Vickers (323.2/game)............ 1994 4. 3,046 Scott Grantham (234.3/game)........ 2009 5. 2,943 Scott Grantham (267.5/game)........ 2007 6. 2,872 Nick Stephens (261.1/game)........... 2011 7. 2,782 Steve Kelly (252.9/game)................ 2000 8. 2,582 Chad Cole (234.7/game).................. 1997 9. 2,282 Eric Lugo (190.2/game)................... 1990 10. 2,272 Steve Kelly (206.5/game)................ 1999

CAREER:

1. 8,621 Steve Kelly...............................1999-2001 2. 8,031 Scott Grantham...........................2007-09 3. 7,026 Chad Cole....................................1995-98

Rushing Attempts GAME: 1. 40

Ricky Bush vs. Lubbock Christian.... 1980

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

269 260 223 210 206

Derrick Ross vs. Western NM.......... 2005 Derrick Ross vs. NM Highlands........ 2004 Gaylon Bowser vs. Bethany............. 1987 Gaylon Bowser vs. Benedictine....... 1986 Ricky Bush vs. Sul Ross State........... 1980

SEASON:

1. 1,560 Derrick Ross (156.0/game).............. 2004 2. 1,512 Derrick Ross (151.2/game).............. 2005 3. 1,221 Ricky Bush (122.1/game)................. 1981 4. 1,085 Lamont Randle (108.5/game)......... 1996 5. 1,024 Roderick Smith (93.1/game)........... 2008 6. 984 Ricky Bush (98.4/game)................... 1980 7. 969 Alfred Knox (96.9/game)................. 1972 8. 920 Robert Simpson (76.7/game).......... 1990 9. 902 Justin McDaniel (82.0/game).......... 1998 10. 894 Evan Robertson (68.8/game).......... 2009

CAREER:

1. 3,389 Ricky Bush....................................1979-82 2. 3,183 Roderick Smith............................2006-09 3. 3,072 Derrick Ross.................................2004-05

Yards per game SEASON:

1. 156.0 Derrick Ross...................................... 2004 2. 151.2 Derrick Ross...................................... 2005 3. 122.1 Ricky Bush......................................... 1981 4. 112.7 Michael Simpson.............................. 2006 5. 108.5 Lamont Randle................................. 1996 6. 98.4 Ricky Bush......................................... 1980 7. 96.9 Alfred Knox....................................... 1972 8. 93.1 Roderick Smith................................. 2008 9. 82.4 Roderick Smith................................. 2006 10. 82.0 Justin McDaniel................................ 1998

CAREER:

1. 153.6 Derrick Ross.................................2004-05 2. 94.1 Ricky Bush....................................1979-82

100-Yard Rushing Games (Since 1978)

SEASON:

1. 254 2. 249 3. 243 4. 236 5. 232 6. 213 7. 201 8. 192 9. 174 10. 172

Derrick Ross...................................... 2004 Ricky Bush......................................... 1981 Justin McDaniel................................ 1998 Derrick Ross...................................... 2005 Jerome Smith................................... 1999 Robert Simpson................................ 1990 Ricky Bush......................................... 1980 Evan Robertson................................ 2010 Lamont Randle................................. 1997 Ricky Bush......................................... 1979

Career:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

14 13 12 10 7

Roderick Smith............................2006-09 Derrick Ross.................................2004-05 Ricky Bush....................................1979-82 Gaylon Bowser............................1986-87 Lamont Randle............................1996-97

Passing Attempts GAME: 1. 60

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Dan Garrett vs TAMUK.................... 1970

SEASON:

1. 437 2. 429 3. 416 4. 398 5. 381 6. 371 7. 367 8. 339 9. 316 10. 313

Cliff Watkins..................................... 2003 Nick Stephens................................... 2011 Steve Kelly........................................ 2001 Scott Grantham................................ 2009 Steve Kelly........................................ 2000 Kevin Vickers.................................... 1994 Chad Cole......................................... 1997 Steve Kelly........................................ 1999 Scott Grantham................................ 2007 Eric Lugo........................................... 1990

CAREER:

1. 1,136 Steve Kelly...................................1999-01 2. 1,039 Chad Cole....................................1995-98 3. 997 Scott Grantham...........................2007-09

Completions GAME: 1. 39

Aaron Doyle vs. ACU........................ 2012

SEASON:

1. 276 2. 265 3. 249 4. 242 5. 220 6. 205 7. 191 8. 189 189 10. 176

Richard Bartel................................... 2006 Cliff Watkins..................................... 2003 Steve Kelly........................................ 2001 Nick Stephens................................... 2011 Steve Kelly........................................ 2001 Chad Cole......................................... 1996 Scott Grantham................................ 2007 Chad Cole......................................... 1997 Kevin Vickers.................................... 1994 Chase Sugarek.................................. 2002

CAREER:

1. 622 Steve Kelly...............................1999-2001 2. 550 Scott Grantham...........................2007-09 3. 546 Chad Cole....................................1995-98

YARDS GAME: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

460 448 435 420 417

Jake Fenske vs. Angelo State........... 2012 Cliff Watkins vs. NSU........................ 2003 Kevin Vickers vs. Ouachita Baptist.. 1994 Chad Cole vs. TAMUC....................... 1997 Chase Sugarek vs. NSU.................... 2002

SEASON:

1. 3,547 Cliff Watkins (295.6/game)............. 2003 2. 3.411 Steve Kelly (262.4/game)................ 2001 3. 3,008 Kevin Vickers (300.8/game)............ 1994 4. 3.005 Nick Stephens (273.2/game)........... 2011 5. 2,985 Scott Grantham (229.6/game)........ 2009 6. 2,882 Scott Grantham (262.0/game)........ 2007 7. 2,675 Chad Cole (243.2/game).................. 1997 8. 2,638 Steve Kelly (239.8/game)................ 2000 9. 2,399 Eric Lugo (199.9/game)................... 1990 10. 2,232 Chase Sugarek (202.9/game).......... 2002


Individual Records CAREER:

Yards per game SEASON:

Interceptions Thrown GAME:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

300.8 Kevin Vickers.................................... 1994 295.6 Cliff Watkins..................................... 2003 273.2 Nick Stephens................................... 2011 262.4 Steve Kelly........................................ 2001 262.0 Scott Grantham................................ 2007

CAREER:

Completion Percentage GAME:

1. 83.3 Steve Kelly vs. ACU (20-24).............. 2001

J.D. McMahon vs. SHSU................... 1968

SEASON:

1. 2. 3. 4.

21 18 16 15 15 15

CAREER:

1. 52

J.D. McMahon.................................. 1968 Kevin Vickers.................................... 1994 Chad Cole......................................... 1997 Greg Edwards................................... 1979 Shelby Wright................................... 1980 Kevin Petty........................................ 1983 J.D. McMahon.............................1966-68

300-Yard Passing Games (Since 1978)

Jake Fenske (102-154)..................... 2012 Chase Sugarek (176-278)................. 2002 Aaron Doyle (153-244).................... 2012 Cliff Watkins (265-437).................... 2003 Richard Bartel (153-253)................. 2005 Scott Grantham (191-316).............. 2007 Steve Kelly (249-416)....................... 2001 Richard Bartel (161-276)................. 2006 David Durell (107-184)..................... 2004 Steve Kelly (220-381)....................... 2000

CAREER:

1. 63.9 Chase Sugarek (191-299)............2000-02 2. 60.2 Cliff Watkins (281-467)...............2002-03 3. 59.4 Richard Bartel (314-529)............2005-06

1. 7

Kevin Vickers vs. SW Kansas........... 1994

SEASON:

Cliff Watkins..................................... 2003 Steve Kelly ....................................... 2001 Kevin Vickers.................................... 1994 Scott Grantham................................ 2007 Nick Stephens................................... 2011 Eric Lugo........................................... 1990 Scott Grantham................................ 2009 Steve Kelly........................................ 2000 J.D. McMahon.................................. 1968 Chad Cole......................................... 1997 Jimmy Hering................................... 1992 Richard Bartel................................... 2006

Steve Kelly...............................1999-2001 Chad Cole....................................1995-98 Scott Grantham...........................2007-09 Cliff Watkins................................2002-03 Kevin Vickers.................................... 1994

Receiving Receptions GAME: 1. 16 2. 15 15

SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

70 69 64 61 61 60 59 58 57 57

Ryland Bailey vs. WTAMU................ 1994 Harlan Wunsch vs. Ark. Tech........... 1967 Alester Givens vs. MSU.................... 2001

Devin Guinn...................................... 2010 Will Moody....................................... 2003 Harlan Wunsch................................. 1968 Chris Chambers................................ 2000 Will Moody....................................... 2002 Ryland Bailey.................................... 1994 Jeremy Madkins............................... 2003 Alester Givens.................................. 2001 Jahmeel Hobson............................... 2009 Devin Guinn...................................... 2007

CAREER:

1. 188 Harlan Wunsch............................1967-69

Receiving Yards GAME: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

234 229 227 215 208

Colin Yocom vs. Ouachita Baptist... 1994 Will Moody vs. So. Arkansas........... 2003 Ryland Bailey vs. WTAMU............... 1994 Jeken Frye vs. NSU........................... 2010 Jeremy Madkins vs. NSU................. 2003

Yards Per Game SEASON:

1. 105.5 Harlan Wunsch................................. 1968 2. 99.6 Ryland Bailey.................................... 1994 3. 95.4 Colin Yocum...................................... 1994 4. 95.0 Will Moody....................................... 2003 5. 94.5 Devin Guinn...................................... 2007 6. 86.5 Jeremy Madkins............................... 2003 7. 81.9 Shamarr Prentice............................. 2007 8. 80.5 Jahmeel Hobson............................... 2009 9. 78.4 Devin Guinn...................................... 2009 10. 76.8 Bobby Sutton.................................... 1990

CAREER:

1. 95.6 Harlan Wunsch............................1967-69

Touchdown Receptions GAME: 1. 4

Dustin Pleasant vs. MSU.................. 2006

SEASON:

1. 3. 6.

12 12 10 10 10 8 8 8 8

Ryland Bailey.................................... 1994 Devin Guinn...................................... 2007 Damien Jackson............................... 2001 Will Moody....................................... 2003 Jeremy Madkins............................... 2006 Pat Bollow........................................ 1966 Bobby Sutton.................................... 1990 Dustin Pleasant................................ 2006 Devin Guinn...................................... 2009

Devin Guinn.................................2006-09 Will Moody..................................2000-03

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1. 29 2. 27 3. 24 24 5. 20 20 7. 19 8. 18 9. 17 10. 16 16 16

22 20 20 10 9

2,613 Devin Guinn.................................2006-09 2,582 Harlan Wunsch............................1967-69 2,566 Will Moody..................................2000-03 2,441 Jeremy Madkins..........................2003-06

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Devin Guinn.................................2006-09 Jeremy Madkins..........................2003-06 Will Moody..................................2000-03

100-Yard RECEIVING Games (Since 1978) CAREER: 1. 10 2. 7

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Touchdown Passes GAME:

1. 2. 4. 5.

1. 1. 2. 4.

History/Records

1. 66.2 2. 63.3 3. 62.7 4. 60.6 5. 60.5 6. 60.4 7. 59.9 8. 58.3 9. 58.2 10. 57.7

CAREER:

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SEASON:

1. 1,140 Will Moody (95.0/game)................. 2003 2. 1,049 Jahmeel Hobson (80.5/game)......... 2009 3. 1,039 Devin Guinn (94.5/game)................ 2007 4. 1,019 Devin Guinn (78.4/game)................ 2009 5. 996 Ryland Bailey (99.6/game).............. 1994 6. 954 Colin Yocom (95.4/game)................ 1994 7. 952 Jeremy Madkins (86.5/game)......... 2003 8. 950 Harlan Wunsch (105.5/game)......... 1968 9. 921 Bobby Sutton (76.8/game).............. 1990 10. 827 Clifton Rhondes III (75.2/game)...... 2011

The Players

1. 251.5 Nick Stephens..............................2010-11 2. 234.4 Steve Kelly...............................1999-2001 3. 224.6 Scott Grantham...........................2007-09

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SEASON:

The Coaches

1. 622 Steve Kelly...............................1999-2001 2. 550 Scott Grantham...........................2007-09 3. 546 Chad Cole....................................1995-98

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CAREER:

1. 8,203 Steve Kelly...............................1999-2001 2. 7,860 Scott Grantham...........................2007-09 3. 7,267 Chad Cole....................................1995-98


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Clifton Rhodes III................ 2011-Present Colin Yocom...................................... 1994 Jeremy Madkins..........................2003-06 Jeken Frye........................... 2011-Present Loften Swint................................1995-98 Bobby Sutton...............................1989-90 Jahmeel Hobson............................... 2009 Shamarr Prentice............................. 2007

Scoring Points GAME: 1. 24 24 24

SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 6. 7. 8.

134 94 90 90 90 88 86 84

Gaylon Bowser vs. Austin College... 1987 Derrick Ross vs. NSU........................ 2004 Dustin Pleasant vs. MSU.................. 2006

Derrick Ross...................................... 2004 J.W. Boren........................................ 2001 Roderick Smith................................. 2008 J.W. Boren........................................ 2002 Gaylon Bowser................................. 1987 Garrett Lindholm ............................. 2009 Robert Simpson................................ 1990 Derrick Ross...................................... 2005

CAREER:

1. 313 J.W. Boren...............................1999-2002 2. 218 Derrick Ross.................................2004-05

Touchdowns QUARTER: 1. 3

GAME: 1.

4 4 4 4

SEASON: 1. 22 2. 15 15

CAREER: 1. 39 2. 33

Pat Ballow vs. SHSU......................... 1966 Gaylon Bowser vs. Austin College... 1987 Steve Kelly vs. Eastern N.M............. 2001 Derrick Ross vs. NSU........................ 2004 Dustin Pleasant vs. MSU.................. 2006 Derrick Ross...................................... 2004 Roderick Smith................................. 2008 Gaylon Bowser................................. 1987

Derrick Ross.................................2006-09 Gaylon Bowser............................1984-87

Field Goals Attempted GAME: 6 5 5 5

SEASON: 1. 25

21 20 20 19 19 18 18 18 18

CAREER: 1. 83 2. 47

J.W. Boren vs. ACU (5-6).................. 2000 Gale Grant vs. Trinity (1-5)............... 1978 Trampus Wilson vs. ECU (5-5)......... 1993 Blake Barnes vs. TAMUC (5-5)......... 2012 J.W. Boren (made 17)...................... 2002

Gale Grant (made 8)........................ 1978 J.W. Boren (made 16)...................... 2000 Blake Barnes (made 18)................... 2012 J.W. Boren (made 12)...................... 1999 J.W. Boren (made 14)...................... 2001 Bryan Jones (made 9)...................... 1997 Jamie Guin (made 15)...................... 2003 Paul Williams (made 14).................. 2006 Garrett Lindholm (made 15)........... 2009 J.W. Boren (made 59).............1999-2002 Paul Williams (made 40).............2004-06

Field Goals Made GAME: 1. 5 5 5

SEASON: 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8.

18 18 17 16 15 14 14 12 12 12 12 12

CAREER:

Placekicking 1. 2.

2. 3. 5. 7.

1. 59 2. 40

Trampus Wilson vs. ECU (att. 5)...... 1993 J.W. Boren vs. ACU (att. 6)............... 2000 Blake Barnes vs. TAMUC (att. 5)...... 2012

Blake Barnes (att. 20/)..................... 2012 Paul Williams (att. 18)...................... 2005 J.W. Boren (att. 25).......................... 2002 J.W. Boren (att. 20).......................... 2000 Garrett Lindholm (att. 18)............... 2009 J.W. Boren (att. 19).......................... 2001 Paul Williams (att. 18)...................... 2006 Garrett Lindholm (att.19)................ 2008 J.W. Boren (att. 19).......................... 1999 Trampus Wilson (att. 15)................. 1993 Shawn Minor (att. 15)...................... 1990 Blake Wiest (att.17)......................... 2010 J.W. Boren (att. 83).................1999-2002 Paul Williams (att. 47).................2004-06

Consecutive FG’s Made 1. 26

Paul Williams..............10/16/04 – 9/2/06

PAT’s Attempted GAME: 1.

8 8 8 8

SEASON: 1. 57 2. 48 3. 45 4. 43 43 6. 41 7. 38 38 9. 37 10. 36

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Trampus Wilson vs. Praire View A&M (made 8)........................................... 1994 J.W. Boren vs. WTAMU (made 8)... 2001 J.W. Boren vs. SWAGU (made 8).... 2002 J.W. Boren vs. SOSU (made 8)......... 2002

J.W. Boren (made 52)...................... 2001 Jamie Guin (made 43)...................... 2003 Garrett Lindholm (made 43)........... 2009 J.W. Boren (made 39)...................... 2002 Garrett Lindholm (made 43)........... 2008 Stephen Arnold (made 41).............. 2007 Paul Williams (made 37).................. 2004 Blake Barnes (made 38)................... 2012 Mike Myers (made 37).................... 1987 Trampus Wilson (made 35)............. 1994

CAREER:

1. 148 J.W. Boren (made 136)...........1999-2002 2. 94 Paul Williams (made 89).............2004-06

PAT’s Made GAME: 1.

8 8 8 8

SEASON: 1. 52 2. 48 3. 43 4. 42 5. 41 6. 39 7. 38 8. 37 37 10. 35

Trampus Wilson vs. Prarie View A&M (att. 8)............................................... 1994 J.W. Boren vs. WTAMU (att. 8)....... 2001 J.W. Boren vs. SWAGU (att. 8)........ 2002 J.W. Boren vs. SOSU (att. 8)............. 2002

J.W. Boren (att. 57).......................... 2001 Jamie Guin (att. 48).......................... 2003 Garrett Lindholm (att. 45)............... 2009 Garrett Lindholm (att. 43)............... 2008 Stephen Arnold (att. 41).................. 2007 J.W. Boren (att. 43).......................... 2002 Blake Barnes (att. 38)....................... 2012 Mike Myers (att. 37)........................ 1987 Paul Williams (att. 38)...................... 2004 Trampas Wilson (att. 36)................. 1994

CAREER:

1. 136 J.W. Boren (att. 148)...............1999-2002 2. 89 Paul Williams (att. 94).................2004-06

Punting Punts GAME: 1. 12 12

SEASON: 1. 78 2. 75 3. 71 4. 69 5. 64 6. 63 63 8. 61 9. 60 10. 57 57

Gale Grant vs. Sul Ross (523 yds).... 1978 Andy Bell vs. McMurry (340 yds).... 1981

Gale Grant (2,975 yds)..................... 1978 Ronnie Heller (2,855 yds)................ 1980 Kyle Hopf (2,795 yds)....................... 2009 Brad Couch (2,363 yds).................... 1995 Scott Smith (2,575 yds).................... 1985 Kyle Allred (2,288 yds)..................... 1991 Brad Couch (2,132 yds).................... 1997 Scott Smith (2,370 yds).................... 1984 Paul Williams (2,251 yds)................. 2004 Scott Smith (2,145 yds).................... 1983 Kyle Allred (2,268 yds)..................... 1992

CAREER:

1. 240 Scott Smith (9,460 yds)...............1983-86

Yards GAME:

1. 523 Gale Grant vs. Sul Ross (att. 12)...... 1978

SEASON:

1. 2,975 Gale Grant (att. 78).......................... 1978 2. 2,885 Ronnie Heller (att. 75)...................... 1980


Individual Records

1. 9,460 Scott Smith (att. 240)..................1983-86

Average SEASON:

CAREER:

1. 39.4 Scott Smith (240-9,460)..............1983-86

Punt Returns 1. 117 Sam Scott (att. 4).............................. 1979

SEASON:

1. 2. 3. 4.

858 550 415 391

Aaron Lucas (att. 111).............1999-2002 Bobby Sutton (att. 71)................1988-90 Devin Dorris (att. 44)...................1997-98 Robert “boo” Jones (att. 30).......1986-87

Punt Returns GAME: 1. 9

SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

32 31 30 29 27

Aaron Lucas (66 yds.)....................... 1999 Aaron Lucas (282 yds)...................... 1999 Ryland Bailey (198 yds).................... 1994 Bobby Sutton (244 yds)................... 1988 Aaron Lucas (222 yds)...................... 2000 Aaron Lucas (234 yds)...................... 2002

1. 195 Ricky Bush vs. Austin Coll. (att. 5)... 1979

SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

730 623 620 598 584 570 562 556 528

Mike Schuelke.................................. 1973 Bobby Sutton.................................... 1988 Chad Martinka................................. 1993 Travis Evans...................................... 2008 Olan Coleman................................... 2001 Robert “boo” Jones.......................... 1986 Evan Robertson................................ 2009 Alester Givens.................................. 2000 Chad Martinka................................. 1995

1. 1,607 Chad Martinka (att. 66)..............1992-96

Kick Returns GAME:

SEASON: 1. 3. 4. 6. 7. 9.

29 29 27 25 25 24 23 23 22 22

CAREER: 1. 66

Bobby Sutton vs. Austin College .... 1988 Alester Givens vs. Angelo State....... 2000 Alester Givens (556 yds).................. 2000 Aaron Lucas (222 yds)...................... 2000 Bobby Sutton (623 yds)................... 1988 Chad Martinka (620 yds)................. 1993 Olan Coleman (584 yds).................. 2001 Ryland Bailey (417 yds).................... 1992 Jeffrey Hess (491 yds)...................... 1993 Travis Evans (598 yds)...................... 2008 Chad Martinka (528 yds)................. 1995 Evan Robertson (562 yds)................ 2009 Chad Martinka (1,607 yds).........1992-96

Interceptions GAME:

SEASON: 1. 8 8

Total Tackles GAME: 1. 29

Tally Neal vs. TAMUK....................... 1975

SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

170 138 128 127 119 113 112 111 111 111

Tally Neal (in 10 games)................... 1978 Clint Jentsch (in 10 games).............. 1993 Eddie Stiggers (in 10 games)........... 1984 Larry Fowler (in 10 games).............. 1982 Marquis Wadley (in 11 games)....... 2011 Tony Tuck (in 10 games).................. 1979 Larry Fowler (in 9 games)................ 1981 Dave Ryan (in 10 games)................. 1980 Dusty Hafer (in 11 games)............... 1997 Ken Jones (in 12 games).................. 2003

1. 613 Tally Neal ................................1975-1978

Quarterback Sacks GAME: 1. 6

Jeff Edwards vs. Howard Payne...... 1987

SEASON: 1. 23 2. 19 3. 13 13 13 6. 12.5 7. 12 12 9. 11.5 10. 11

CAREER: 1. 36

Defense 1. 3 3 3

Lance Trinque..............................1979-82 Michael Dube..............................1989-92

CAREER:

CAREER:

1. 7 7

1. 14 14

Craig Wright vs. Sul Ross State........ 1982 Michael Dube vs. East Central......... 1990 Chad Martinka vs. WTAMU............. 1996 Walter Moeglin................................ 1966 Craig Wright..................................... 1982

Eddie Washington............................ 1990 Terry Gambill.................................... 1982 Steve Watson................................... 1981 Terry Gambill.................................... 1981 Eddie Washington............................ 1991 Jeffrey Smith..................................... 1998 Steve Kennedy................................. 1981 Stephen Moseley............................. 1994 Aaron Hamilton................................ 1995 John Paul Rodriguez......................... 1987 Eddie Washington.......................1990-91

Blocked Kicks SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 6.

5 4 3 3 3 2

Steven Sikes (in 10 games).............. 1992 Steven Sikes (in 10 games).............. 1994 Mark Nelson (in 10 games)............. 1979 Kerry Modawell (in 10 games)........ 1987 Damien Jackson (in 13 games)........ 2001 11 Players

CAREER: 1. 14

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Nathan Robinson (att. 24)............... 2007 Devon Dorris (att. 26)...................... 1998 Aaron Lucas (att. 32)........................ 1999 Treeo Gibson (att. 20)...................... 2005 Lonnie Jones (att. 15)....................... 1999 Aaron Lucas (att. 27)........................ 2002 Sam Scott (att. 14)............................ 1979 Aaron Lucas (att. 29)........................ 2000 Mike Lanzalaco (att. 20).................. 1981 Devin Guinn (att. 25)........................ 2009

Yards Returned GAME:

CAREER:

The LSC

1. 340 2. 290 3. 282 4. 267 5. 237 6. 234 7. 229 8. 222 9. 209 10. 206

Kickoff Returns

Lance Trinque................................... 1982 Kevin Pope........................................ 1984 Dashaun Phillips............................... 2011 Michael Dube................................... 1990 Five Players

History/Records

Yards Returned GAME:

1. 111 Aaron Lucas (858 yds).............1999-2002 2. 71 Bobby Sutton (550 yds)..............1988-90

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Todd Sells (43-1,809)....................... 1988 Isaac Areallano (38-1,587)............... 2012 Scott Smith (48-1,946)..................... 1986 Kyle Hopf (38-1,534)........................ 2007 Harland Wunsch (64-2576)............. 1968 Scott Smith (64-2,575)..................... 1985 Chris Evant (49-1,971)..................... 2002 Kyle Allred (57-2,268)...................... 1992 Jerry Owens (29-1,156)................... 2011 Kyle Hopf (38-1,510)........................ 2008

CAREER:

3. 6. 7.

The Players

1. 42.0 2. 41.8 3. 40.5 4. 40.4 5. 40.2 40.2 7. 40.0 8. 39.8 39.8 10. 39.7

Ryland Bailey (172 yds).................... 1993 Devon Dorris (290 yds).................... 1998 Bobby Sutton (158 yds)................... 1990 Devin Guinn (260 yds)..................... 2009 Nathan Robinson (340 yds)............. 2007

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CAREER:

6. 26 26 8. 25 25 10. 24

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3. 2,795 Kyle Hopf (att. 71)............................ 2009 4. 2,575 Scott Smith (att. 64)......................... 1985 5. 2,574 Todd Sells (att.65)............................ 1989 6. 2,370 Scott Smith (att. 61)......................... 1984 7. 2,363 Brad Couch (att. 69)......................... 1995 8. 2,288 Kyle Allred (att. 63).......................... 1991 9. 2,268 Kyle Allred (att. 57).......................... 1992 10. 2,251 Paul Williams (att. 60)...................... 2004

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200-Yard Rushing Games YDS NAME (OPPONENT) DATE 269 Derrick Ross vs. Western New Mexico.............9-10-05 260 Derrick Ross vs. N.M. Highlands.......................8-26-04 223 Gaylon Bowser vs. Bethany............................11-21-87 212 Derrick Ross vs. Eastern New Mexico.............10-15-05 210 Gaylon Bowser vs. Benedictine......................11-22-86 206 Derrick Ross vs. Northeastern State.................9-17-05 206 Ricky Bush vs. Sul Ross State............................11-1-80 204 Roderick Smith vs. East Central........................9-12-09 201 Ricky Bush vs. Lubbock Christian......................11-8-80

100-Yard Rushing Games YDS NAME (OPPONENT) DATE 199 Ricky Bush vs. McMurry.................................10-24-81 195 Justin McDaniel vs. A&M-Commerce.............11-14-98 193 Ricky Bush vs. Lubbock Christian....................11-14-81 190 Derrick Ross vs. Abilene Christian....................9-18-04 188 Lamont Randle vs. Angelo State.......................11-2-96 187 Roderick Smith vs. Northeastern State..............9-6-08 185 Ricky Bush vs. Lubbock Christian......................10-4-80 182 Roderick Smith vs. Southeastern Oklahoma......9-9-06 182 Derrick Ross vs. Northeastern State...............10-23-04 179 Derrick Ross vs. Southwestern Oklahoma........11-6-04 177 Derrick Ross vs. A&M-Commerce.......................9-4-04 175 Ricky Bush vs. Lubbock Christian....................10-27-79 171 Lamont Randle vs. East Central........................9-21-96 170 Olan Coleman vs. New Mexico Highlands..........9-5-02 169 Will Rogers vs. West Texas A&M......................10-7-00 168 Chuck High vs. Austin College.............................9-9-78 167 Vaughn Smith vs. Eastern New Mexico............9-22-12 167 Michael Sampson vs. Midwestern State........10-14-06 165 Lamont Randle vs. West Texas A&M..............10-12-96 165 Ricky Bush vs. Trinity........................................11-3-79 159 Derrick Ross vs. West Texas A&M..................10-30-04 157 Michael Sampson vs. Abliene Christian..........10-28-06 154 Olan Coleman vs. Angelo State........................9-14-02 153 Lamont Randle vs. Midwestern State...............11-8-97 152 Jerome Regal vs. Midwestern State....................9-8-12 148 Tyrone Wall vs. Abilene Christian...................10-24-98 144 Roderick Smith at East Central.........................9-13-08 144 Lamont Randle vs. Midwestern State.................9-5-96 143 Roderick Smith vs. A&M-Commerce................9-23-06 143 Lamont Randle vs. Abilene Christian..............10-26-96 141 Michael Sampson at Texas A&M-Kingsville....... 10-6-07 141 Jerome Smith vs. West Texas A&M..................10-9-99 141 Ricky Bush vs. Austin College.........................10-31-81 140 Ricky Bush vs. McMurry...................................9-19-81 139 Henry Mills vs. Trinity.........................................9-6-80 136 Michael Sampson vs. Eastern N.M.................11-21-06 134 Vaughn Smith vs. West Texas &M.....................9-29-12 133 Roderick Smith at Southeastern Oklahoma.......9-8-07 133 Derrick Ross vs. Southeastern Oklahoma.......10-16-04 133 Tyrone Foster vs. Sul Ross State.......................9-17-83 132 Justin McDaniel vs. Abilene Christian.............10-24-98

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Evan Robertson at Texas A&M-Kingsville.......11-14-09 Henry Mills vs. Trinity.......................................9-29-79 Michael Sampson vs. Angelo State...................11-4-06 Ricky Bush vs. Sul Ross State............................11-7-81 Robert Simpson vs. Austin College...................9-29-90 Gaylon Bowser vs. Austin College..................11-14-87 Gaylon Bowser vs. Austin College..................10-24-87 Vaughn Smith vs. North Alabama.....................11-3-12 Ricky Bush vs. McMurry...................................10-6-79 Travis Evans vs. West Texas A&M..................11-10-07 Roderick Smith at Southwestern Oklahoma....9-27-08 Lamont Randle vs. Angelo State.......................11-1-97 Olan Coleman vs. East Central..........................10-5-02 Kevin Haynes vs. McMurry...............................9-10-88 Zach Henshaw vs. A&M-Commerce...............10-13-12 Robert Simpson vs. Langston.........................10-13-90 Kenneth Bush vs. Austin College....................10-24-87 Jimmy Hering vs. Hardin-Simmons.................10-19-91 Robert Simpson vs. Austin College.................11-11-89 Alester Givens vs. Angelo State......................10-27-01 Eric Shine vs. East Central.................................9-25-99 Chuck High vs. Austin College.........................10-14-78 Shelby Wright vs. Austin College........................9-9-78 Evan Robertson vs. East Central.......................9-12-09 Travis Evans vs. Northeastern State...................9-6-08 Gaylon Bowser vs. Austin College....................11-8-86 Ricky Bush vs. Trinity..........................................9-6-80 Roderick Smith vs. Eastern New Mexico........10-18-08 Roderick Smith vs. East Central........................8-25-07 Jerome Smith vs. Abilene Christian................10-23-99 Zach Henshaw vs. Eastern New Mexico...........9-22-12 Jerome Regal at Midwestern State................10-30-10 Roderick Smith vs. Southwestern Oklahoma...9-30-06 Tyrone Wall vs. Prairie View A&M...................9-23-95 Roderick Smith vs. Angelo State.....................10-30-08 Jerome Smith vs. Northwestern St. (La.)..........9-18-99 Evan Robertson vs. Incarnate Word.................11-6-10 Tyrone Wall vs. West Texas A&M....................10-7-95 Gaylon Bowser vs. Austin College..................10-18-86 Gaylon Bowser vs. McMurry..........................10-11-86 Roderick Smith at Stephen F. Austin..................9-1-07 Jerome Smith vs. Southwestern Oklahoma......9-11-99 Robert Simpson vs. Sul Ross State....................9-23-89 Chuck High vs. McMurry..................................10-7-78 Derrick Ross vs. East Central............................10-2-04 Robert Simpson vs. McMurry.............................9-9-89 Gaylon Bowser vs. Sul Ross State...................10-31-87 Gaylon Bowser vs. McMurry............................11-1-86 Stacy Gilliam vs. McMurry................................11-6-82 Travis Evans at Midwestern State..................10-11-08 Olan Coleman vs. SW Assemblies of God.........8-29-02 Craig West vs. Prairie View A&M.....................9-23-95 Roderick Smith vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville.........10-7-06 Derrick Ross vs. Texas A&M-Commerce.............9-3-05 Roderick Smith at Angelo State......................10-31-09

Jake Fenske set the school’s single-game record for passing with 460 yards against Angelo State on Nov. 10, 2012. 104 104 103 103 103 102 102 102 101 101 101 100 100 100

Evan Robertson vs. Southwestern Oklahoma..9-26-09 Travis Evans vs. Midwestern State...................8-13-07 Vaughn Smith vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville.........10-20-12 Jerome Regal vs. Abilene Christian...................9-15-12 Justin McDaniel vs. Southeastern Oklahoma...9-13-97 Justin McDaniel vs. Stephen F. Austin..............9-12-98 Deral Henderson vs. Sul Ross State................10-25-86 Tyrone Foster vs. Tabor......................................9-8-84 Zach Henshaw vs. North Alabama....................11-3-12 Olan Coleman vs. Central Oklahoma..............11-16-02 Tyrone Foster vs. Colorado Mines....................9-15-84 Derrick Ross vs. Central Oklahoma...................9-25-04 Jimmy Hering vs. Cameron...............................9-12-92 Gaylon Bowser vs. McMurry............................11-7-87

400-Yard Passing Games YDS NAME (OPPONENT) DATE 460 Jake Fenske vs. Angelo State..........................11-10-12 448 Cliff Watkins vs. Northeastern State...............10-25-03 435 Kevin Vickers vs. Ouachita Baptist....................9-24-94 420 Chad Cole vs. A&M-Commerce......................11-15-97 417 Chase Sugarek vs. Northeastern State............10-26-02 412 Kevin Vickers vs. Southwestern Oklahoma.....11-12-94


Single-Game Highs Nick Lucero vs. Prairie View A&M....................9-23-95 David Zunker vs. East Central.............................9-4-93 Scott Grantham at Stephen F. Austin..................9-1-07 Chad Cole vs. Southeastern Oklahoma............9-13-97 Kevin Vickers vs. Hardin-Simmons..................10-18-93 Steve Bean vs. Lubbock Christian.....................9-18-82 Steve Kelly vs. Southwestern Oklahoma...........9-16-00 Scott Grantham vs. Angelo State....................10-30-08 Cliff Watkins vs. Abilene Christian....................9-20-03 Cliff Watkins vs. A&M-Kingsville.....................11-22-03 Steve Kelly vs. West Texas A&M.......................10-9-99 Kevin Dorn vs. Austin College...........................11-9-85 Scott Grantham at Midwestern State.............10-11-08 Richard Bartel vs. Angelo State.......................10-29-05 Eric Lugo vs. East Central....................................9-1-90 Scott Grantham at Angelo State.....................10-31-09 Chad Cole vs. New Mexico Highlands.................9-3-98 Greg Edwards vs. Lubbock Christian.................9-22-79 Kevin Talley vs. Austin College..........................10-8-88 Kevin Dorn vs. Sul Ross State..........................10-27-84 Bill Bayless vs. Austin College.........................10-31-81 Chase Sugarek vs. Angelo State........................9-14-02 Richard Bartel vs. Eastern New Mexico..........10-15-05 David Zunker vs. Abilene Christian.................10-23-93

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YDS NAME (OPPONENT) DATE 188 Jahmeel Hobson at Texas A&M-Kingsville.......... 11-14-09 187 Colin Yocom vs. Prairie View A&M...................11-5-94 180 Jeken Frye vs. Angelo State............................11-10-12 180 Shamarr Pretnice vs. Abilene Christian..........10-27-07 179 Dana Holcomb vs. Austin College.....................10-8-88 178 Colin Yocom vs. Central Oklahoma...................11-9-96 170 Jahmeel Hobson at Eastern New Mexico......... 10-17-09 166 Salim Hakim vs. Angelo State...........................10-2-10 162 Shamarr Prentice at Southeastern Oklahoma....9-8-07 162 Colin Yocom vs. Angelo State............................10-1-94 161 Devin Guinn vs. West Texas A&M.....................11-7-09 158 Bobby Sutton vs. Howard Payne.....................10-27-90 152 Ryland Bailey vs. Southwestern......................11-12-94 150 Chris Chambers vs. Harding................................9-2-00 149 Loften Swint vs. A&M-Commerce..................11-15-97 147 Clifton Rhodes III at West Alabama..................9-10-11 147 Jeremy Madkins vs. Northeastern State...........9-17-05 146 Devin Guinn vs. Southwestern Oklahoma........9-29-07 146 Will Moody vs. Sam Houston State..................10-9-03 145 Colin Yocom vs. Southeastern Oklahoma.........9-14-96

History/Records

YDS NAME (OPPONENT) DATE 234 Colin Yocom vs. Ouachita Baptist.....................9-24-94 229 Will Moody vs. Southern Arkansas.....................9-6-03 227 Ryland Bailey vs. West Texas A&M.................10-29-94 215 Jeken Frye vs Northeastern State.......................9-2-10 208 Jeremy Madkins vs. Northeastern State.........10-25-03

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YDS NAME (OPPONENT) DATE 298 Steve Kelly vs. A&M-Commerce.....................11-13-99 296 Scott Grantham at Texas A&M-Kingsville.......10-14-09 295 Cliff Watkins vs. Southwestern Oklahoma........11-8-03 294 Nick Stephens at Texas A&M-Kingsville..........10-22-11

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The Players

200-Yard Passing Games

Kevin Vickers vs. West Texas A&M..................10-29-94 Aaron Doyle vs. Delta State..............................10-6-12 Scott Grantham at Southeastern Oklahoma.......9-8-07 Scott Grantham vs. Eastern New Mexico........10-18-08 Chase Sugarek vs. West Texas A&M.................11-2-02 Chad Cole vs. Eastern New Mexico.................10-19-96 Eric Lugo vs. West Texas A&M..........................9-15-90 Chad Cole vs. Southeastern Oklahoma............9-14-96 Nick Stephens at Eastern New Mexico.............9-24-11 Scott Grantham vs. Southwestern Oklahoma...9-29-07 Nick Stephens at A&M-Commerce.................10-16-10 Jake Fenske vs. Incarnate Word......................10-27-12 Chad Cole vs. Harding.......................................9-19-98 Chad Cole vs. East Central................................9-21-96 Steve Kelly vs. Southeastern Oklahoma...........9-23-00 Steve Kelly vs. Abilene Christian.....................10-20-01 Chad Cole vs. Midwestern State.......................11-7-98 Steve Kelly vs. Midwestern State......................11-6-99 Richard Bartel vs. Midwestern State..............10-14-06 Steve Kelly vs. Langston......................................9-1-01 Nick Stephens vs. Millsaps College...................11-5-11 Nick Stephens vs. Northeastern State................9-2-10 Eric Lugo vs. Sul Ross State...............................9-23-89 Nick Stephens at Texas State............................9-17-11 Nick Stephens vs. A&M-Commerce................10-15-11 Scott Grantham at Texas A&M-Kingsville.........10-3-09 Chad Cole vs. Central Oklahoma......................9-26-98 Chad Cole vs. Abilene Christian......................10-25-97 Eric Lugo vs. Midwestern State.........................11-4-89 Scott Grantham vs. A&M-Commerce...............9-22-07 David Durell vs. Northeastern State...............10-23-04 Steve Kelly vs. Abilene Christian.....................10-21-00 Chase Sugarek vs. Southwestern Oklahoma.....11-9-02 Chad Cole vs. Angelo State.............................10-31-98 Steve Kelly vs. Angelo State............................10-27-01 Eric Lugo vs. St. Mary’s...................................11-17-90 Aaron Doyle vs. Eastern New Mexico...............9-22-12 Steve Kelly vs. Eastern New Mexico...............10-14-00 David Druell vs. West Texas A&M...................10-30-04 Scott Grantham vs. Central Oklahoma.............9-20-08 Jake Fenske vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville.............10-20-12 Chad Cole vs. Eastern New Mexico.................10-18-97 Scott Grantham vs. West Texas A&M.............11-10-07 Richard Bartel vs. Midwestern State................10-8-05 Steve Kelly vs. A&M-Commerce.....................11-10-01 Jimmy Hering vs. East Central.............................9-5-92 Eric Lugo vs. Sul Ross State.............................11-10-90 Nick Stephens at Midwestern State...............10-30-10 David Durell vs. Southwestern Oklahoma........11-6-04 Steve Kelly vs. A&M-Kingsville..........................9-30-00 Steve Kelly vs. Angelo State............................10-30-99 Scott Grantham vs. Midwestern State............10-13-07 Aaron Doyle vs. A&M-Commerce...................10-13-12 Chad Cole vs. Midwestern State.........................9-5-96 Cliff Watkins vs. Southern Arkansas...................9-6-03

The Coaches

YDS NAME (OPPONENT) DATE 394 Steve Kelly vs. Harding........................................9-2-00 393 Cliff Watkins vs. West Texas A&M....................11-1-03 392 Nick Stephens vs. Angelo State.........................10-2-10 387 Nick Stephens at. Angelo State.......................11-12-11 384 Scott Grantham vs. Abilene Christian.............10-27-07 382 Cliff Watkins vs. Southeastern Oklahoma.......10-18-03 380 Cliff Watkins vs. East Central............................10-4-03 377 Aaron Doyle vs. Abilene Christian....................9-15-12 374 Kevin Vickers vs. Angelo State..........................10-1-94 370 Richard Bartel vs. West Texas A&M................11-11-06 370 Steve Kelly vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville................9-29-01 365 Steve Kelly vs. Southeastern Oklahoma...........9-22-01 358 Chad Cole vs. Central Oklahoma......................11-9-96 356 Cliff Watkins vs. Sam Houston State.................10-9-03 353 Scott Grantham vs. Midwestern State............10-10-09 353 Steve Kelly vs. Western New Mexico..................9-9-00 352 Scott Grantham at Eastern New Mexico.........10-17-09 348 Richard Bartel vs. Texas State.............................9-2-06 345 Scott Grantham at Eastern New Mexico.........10-20-07 345 Steve Kelly vs. Midwestern State......................11-3-01 342 Chad Cole vs. Angelo State...............................11-2-96 341 Steve Kelly vs. Eastern New Mexico...............10-13-01 339 Nick Stephens vs. Abilene Christian....................9-1-11 336 Steve Kelly vs. Angelo State............................11-18-00 332 Steve Kelly vs. California-Davis.......................11-23-01 332 Chad Cole vs. Harding.......................................9-20-97 331 Scott Grantham at Angelo State.......................11-3-07 330 Steve Kelly vs. East Central...............................9-25-99 325 Nick Stephens vs. Incarnate Word..................10-29-11 324 Chad Cole vs. Central Oklahoma......................9-27-97 323 Chad Cole vs. A&M-Commerce......................11-14-98 320 Kevin Vickers vs. Prairie View A&M..................11-5-94 317 Scott Grantham vs. West Texas A&M...............11-7-09 316 Chad Cole vs. West Texas A&M......................10-12-96 313 Chad Cole vs. Midwestern State.......................11-8-97 312 Kevin Vickers vs. Southern Arkansas................9-17-94 311 Jake Fenske vs. North Alabama........................11-3-12 310 Nick Stephens at West Alabama.......................9-10-11 310 Scott Grantham at Central Oklahoma...............9-19-09 308 Richard Bartel vs. Northeastern State..............9-17-05 307 Cliff Watkins vs. A&M-Kingsville.......................9-27-03 307 Jimmy Hering vs. Ark.-Monticello.....................11-7-92 306 Eric Lugo vs. Howard Payne............................10-27-90 303 Chase Sugarek vs. East Central.........................10-5-02 303 Kevin Vickers vs. Midwestern State..................9-10-94 300 Kevin Vickers vs. Southeastern Oklahoma..........9-3-94

294 293 293 292 292 287 287 286 285 282 280 280 280 280 278 277 275 270 268 267 265 265 263 256 256 256 255 255 255 253 253 251 249 244 243 243 240 240 237 236 234 232 231 230 230 230 229 226 226 226 226 225 224 223 222

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145 144 143 141 141 139 137 135 133 133 132 131 131 131 131 130 130 129 128 127 125 124 123 123 123 122 122 121 120 119 117 117 117 116 116 115 114 114 114 114 113 112 112 111 111 111 110 110 110 108 109 108 107 107 107

Boo Jones vs. McMurry....................................11-1-86 Jahmeel Hobson vs. Abilene Christian............10-24-09 Blake Bryant vs. Austin College.........................10-8-88 Devin Guinn vs. East Central.............................8-25-07 Bobby Sutton vs. East Central.............................9-1-90 Colin Yocom vs. Prairie View A&M...................9-23-95 Jamie Martin vs. Southwestern Oklahoma.....11-12-94 Will Moody vs. Southeastern Oklahoma........10-19-02 Shamarr Prentice vs. Southwestern Oklahoma.9-29-07 Jeremy Madkins vs. Abilene Christian............10-28-06 Devin Guinn vs. Abilene Christian..................10-27-07 Devin Guinn vs. A&M-Commerce.....................9-22-07 Jeremy Madkins vs. West Texas A&M...............11-1-03 K.J. Kennard vs. Harding.....................................9-2-00 Melvin Modesty vs. Sul Ross State.................10-27-84 Clifton Rhodes III at Eastern New Mexico.........9-24-11 Will Moody vs. West Texas A&M......................11-2-02 Devin Guinn at Angelo State...........................10-31-09 Jeremy Madkins vs. Southeastern Oklahoma.10-18-03 Eric Foreman vs. Eastern New Mexico............10-18-08 Will Moody vs. Northeastern State................10-26-02 Chris Chambers vs. Midwestern State..............11-6-99 James Dearth vs. Angelo State.......................10-31-98 Roddy Green at Texas State..............................9-17-11 Jason Poston vs. Northwestern Oklahoma.....10-24-92 Jeremy Madkins vs. West Texas A&M...............11-5-05 Boo Jones vs. Evangel.......................................10-3-87 Eric Foreman vs. Angelo State........................10-30-08 Steven Kendall vs. Abilene Christian...............10-25-97 Devin Guinn at Texas A&M-Kingsville...............10-3-09 Clifton Rhodes III vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville....10-20-12 Jamie Martin vs. East Central...........................9-21-96 Bobby Sutton vs. Midwestern State.................11-4-89 Devin Guinn at Central Oklahoma....................9-19-09 Alester Givens vs. Midwestern State................11-3-01 K.J. Kennard vs. Abilene Christian...................10-21-00 Jeken Frye vs. Incarnate Word........................10-27-12 Jahmeel Hobson at Central Oklahoma.............9-19-09 Dustin Pleasant vs. Midwestern State............11-14-06 Bobby Sutton vs. Langston.............................10-13-90 Saalim Hakim at A&M-Commerce..................10-16-10 Clifton Rhodes III vs. West Texas A&M.............10-1-11 James Dearth vs. Midwestern State.................11-7-98 Clifton Rhodes III vs. Eastern New Mexico........9-22-12 Steven Kendall vs. Harding...............................9-20-97 Rush Shirley vs. Howard Payne.......................10-27-90 Damien Jackson vs. West Texas A&M...............10-6-01 Dayne Albright vs. Harding...............................9-19-98 Kevin Vickers vs. Arkansas-Monticello..............11-7-92 Jeken Frye at Midwestern State.....................10-30-10 Jahmeel Hobson vs. West Texas A&M..............11-7-09 Will Moody vs. Central Oklahoma..................11-15-03 Cordell Valentine vs. North Alabama................11-3-12 Clifton Rhodes III vs. Abilene Christian...............9-1-11 Shamarr Prentice at Eastern New Mexico......10-20-07

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K.J. Kennard vs. Western New Mexico...............9-9-00 Derek Grimes vs. East Central...........................9-25-99 Clifton Rhodes III vs. Abilene Christian.............9-15-12 Loften Swint vs. Midwestern State...................11-8-97 Melvin Modesty vs. Austin College...................11-9-85 Dustin Pleasant vs. Texas State...........................9-2-06 Derek Grimes vs. Angelo State.......................10-30-99 Arthur Buckingham vs. Midwestern State....... 10-10-09 Devin Guinn vs. Arkansas-Monticello...............8-27-09 Lattrell Davis, vs. A&M-Kingsville.....................9-27-03 Chris Chambers vs. A&M-Commerce.............11-13-99 Ryland Bailey vs. Eastern New Mexico...........10-15-94 Jeken Frye vs. A&M-Commerce......................10-13-12 Jeken Frye vs. Central Oklahoma......................9-11-10 Devin Guinn vs. West Texas A&M...................11-10-07 Loften Swint vs. Eastern New Mexico.............10-17-98 Bobby Sutton vs. Midwestern State.................11-3-90 Chris Daniels vs. Midwestern State..................9-11-04 Loften Swint vs. East Central............................9-21-96 Dorian Williams vs. Central Oklahoma.............9-20-08 Will Moody vs. West Texas A&M......................11-1-03 Loften Swint vs. Angelo State...........................11-2-96 Kevin Benjamin vs. Northeastern State............9-11-93

All-Time Longest Plays Run

85 YDS Ricky Bush vs. Lubbock Christian Oct. 10, 1981

Pass 99 YDS Jake Fenske vs. North Alabama Nov. 3, 2012

Field Goal

54 YDS Vince Oldag vs. Eastern New Mexico Oct. 29, 1983

Punt

76 YDS Scott Smith vs. Austin College Nov. 12, 1983

Kickoff Return 99 YDS

Rick Bush vs. Austin College Oct. 13, 1979 Olan Coleman vs. SE Oklahoma Sept. 22, 2001

Punt Return 100 YDS Justin Parson vs. Central Oklahoma Nov. 15, 2003

Interception Return 88 YDS Charles Davis vs. Central Oklahoma Nov. 16, 2002 Fumble Return 85 YDS Ken Jones vs. Sam Houston State Oct. 9, 2003

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Team Records Total Plays GAME: 1.

102 vs. West Texas A&M.....................10-12-96

SEASON:

1.

648 vs. Angelo State..............................11-2-96

SEASON:

Rushing Attempts GAME: 1.

74 vs. Austin College.............................. 9-9-78

SEASON:

1.

406 vs. New Mexico Highlands................8-26-04

SEASON: 1. 2. 3.

2,361 ........................................................... 1989 2,190 ........................................................... 2004 2,182 ........................................................... 1986

SEASON:

1. 482 ........................................................... 2003 2. 463 ........................................................... 1969 3. 462 ........................................................... 2011 4. 439 ........................................................... 2001 5. 430 ........................................................... 1994 6. 417 ........................................................... 2009 7. 399 ........................................................... 2012 8. 390 ........................................................... 2000 9. 382 ........................................................... 1997 10. 369 ........................................................... 1995 11. 359 ........................................................... 2010

Passing Yards GAME: 1.

475 vs. Ouachita Baptist........................9-24-94

SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

3,996 ........................................................... 2003 3,659 ........................................................... 2001 3,424 ........................................................... 1994 3,197 ........................................................... 2011 3,158 ........................................................... 2009 3,043 ........................................................... 2007 2,802 ........................................................... 1997 2,723 ........................................................... 2000 2,624 ........................................................... 1991 2,570 ........................................................... 1996

Passing Yards per game SEASON:

1. 342.4 ........................................................... 1994 2. 333.0 ........................................................... 2003 3. 290.6 ........................................................... 2011 4. 286.4 ........................................................... 2012 5. 281.5 ........................................................... 2001 6. 276.6 ........................................................... 2007 7. 254.7 ........................................................... 1997 8. 247.5 ........................................................... 2000 9. 242.9 ........................................................... 2009 10. 231.5 ........................................................... 2002

1. 290 ........................................................... 2003 2. 264 ........................................................... 2001 3. 258 ........................................................... 2011 4. 255 ........................................................... 2012 5. 225 ........................................................... 2000 6. 214 ........................................................... 1994 7. 213 ........................................................... 2009 8. 200 ........................................................... 2002 9. 197 ........................................................... 1997 197 ........................................................... 2007

Completion Percentage SEASON:

1. 63.9 ........................................................... 2012 2. 62.3 ........................................................... 2002 3. 60.2 ........................................................... 2007 60.2 ........................................................... 2003 5. 60.1 ........................................................... 2001 6. 58.9 ........................................................... 2005 7. 57.7 ........................................................... 2000 8. 56.5 ........................................................... 1987 9. 55.8 ........................................................... 2011 10. 54.8 ........................................................... 2004 54.8 ........................................................... 1991

Touchdowns SEASON:

1. 32 ........................................................... 2003 2. 31 ........................................................... 2001 3. 27 ........................................................... 1994 4. 25 ........................................................... 2007 5. 23 ........................................................... 1991 6. 21 ........................................................... 2011 21 ........................................................... 2012 8. 19 ........................................................... 2000 19 ........................................................... 2009 10. 18 ........................................................... 1992

Scoring Points GAME: 1.

70

vs. Prairie View A&M (W, 70-20).........11-5-94

SEASON:

1. 478 ........................................................... 2001 2. 409 ........................................................... 2007 3. 406 ........................................................... 2009 4. 403 ........................................................... 2003 5. 402 ........................................................... 2002 6. 362 ........................................................... 2011 7. 345 ........................................................... 2012 8. 336 ........................................................... 2008 9. 335 ........................................................... 1991 10. 325 ........................................................... 1994

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Rushing Yards GAME:

61 vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville..............10-31-70

SEASON:

The LSC

1. 549 ........................................................... 1991 2. 547 ........................................................... 1989 3. 493 ........................................................... 1979 4. 484 ........................................................... 2004 5. 477 ........................................................... 1987 6. 462 ........................................................... 2001 7. 461 ........................................................... 1988 8. 452 ........................................................... 1999 9. 443 ........................................................... 1986 10. 440 ........................................................... 1985 440 ........................................................... 2009

1.

39 vs. Abilene Christian.......................9-15-12

History/Records

5,659 ........................................................... 2003 5,432 ........................................................... 2001 5,021 ........................................................... 2009 4,634 ........................................................... 1990 4,625 ........................................................... 2012 4,416 ........................................................... 2000 4,364 ........................................................... 1994 4,341 ........................................................... 2002 4,311 ........................................................... 2011 4,263 ........................................................... 1995

Attempts GAME:

1.

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Passing

Completions GAME:

The Players

Total Yards GAME:

2,153 ........................................................... 1987 2,059 ........................................................... 2008 2,010 ........................................................... 1991 1,956 ........................................................... 2005 1,931 ........................................................... 2007 1,863 ........................................................... 2009 1,831 ........................................................... 1988

The Coaches

1. 901 ........................................................... 1991 901 ........................................................... 2001 901 ........................................................... 2003 4. 857 ........................................................... 2009 5. 835 ........................................................... 1989 6. 800 ........................................................... 2012 7. 785 ........................................................... 2004 8. 783 ........................................................... 2011 9. 774 ........................................................... 2000 10. 766 ........................................................... 1998

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BOTH TEAMS: 1. 123 vs. Abilene Christian (L, 63-70).........10-27-07 MARGIN OF VICTORY: 1.

62 vs. SW Assemblies of God (W, 62-0)..8-29-02

Touchdowns GAME: 1.

10

vs. Prairie View A&M........................11-5-94

SEASON:

1. 63 ........................................................... 2001 2. 54 ........................................................... 2003 3. 52 ........................................................... 2007 4. 51 ........................................................... 1994 51 ........................................................... 2009 6. 49 ........................................................... 2002 7. 45 ........................................................... 1993 45 ........................................................... 2011 9. 43 ........................................................... 1991 43 ........................................................... 2008

Placekicking Field Goals Attempted GAME: 1.

6

vs. Abilene Christian........................... 10-21-00

SEASON:

1. 25 ........................................................... 2002 2. 23 ........................................................... 2011 3. 22 ........................................................... 1997 22 ........................................................... 2005 22 ........................................................... 2007 22 ........................................................... 2012 7. 20 ........................................................... 1999 20 ........................................................... 2000 20 ........................................................... 2009 10. 19 ........................................................... 2001 19 ........................................................... 2008

Field Goals Made GAME: 1.

5 5 5

SEASON:

vs. East Central.................................9-4-93 vs. Abilene Christian.....................10-21-00 vs. A&M-Commerce.....................10-13-12

1. 20 ........................................................... 2005 2. 18 ........................................................... 2012 3. 17 ........................................................... 2002 17 ........................................................... 2005 5. 16 ........................................................... 2000 16 ........................................................... 2009 7. 15 ........................................................... 2007 15 ........................................................... 2011 9. 14 ........................................................... 2001 10. 13 ........................................................... 2004

PAT’s Attempted GAME: 1.

9

vs. Prairie View A&M......................11-5-94

SEASON:

1. 57 ........................................................... 2001 2. 52 ........................................................... 2007 3. 48 ........................................................... 2003 4. 45 ........................................................... 2011 5. 43 ........................................................... 2002 43 ........................................................... 2003 43 ........................................................... 2008 8. 39 ........................................................... 2012 9. 38 ........................................................... 1994 38 ........................................................... 2004 10. 37 ........................................................... 1987

PAT’s Made GAME: 1.

8 8 8 8

vs. Prairie View A&M......................11-5-94 vs. West Texas A&M.......................10-6-01 vs. SW Assemblies of God..............8-29-02 vs. Southeastern Oklahoma.........10-19-02

SEASON:

1. 52 ........................................................... 2001 2. 50 ........................................................... 2007 3. 46 ........................................................... 2009 4. 43 ........................................................... 2003 43 ........................................................... 2011 6. 42 ........................................................... 2008 7. 39 ........................................................... 2002 39 ........................................................... 2012 9. 37 ........................................................... 1987 37 ........................................................... 2004 10. 32 ........................................................... 2005

Punting Punts GAME: 1.

12

vs. Eastern New Mexico (469 yds)....10-15-94

SEASON:

1. 84 ........................................................... 1998 2. 75 ........................................................... 1980 3. 74 ........................................................... 2009 4. 72 ........................................................... 1995 5. 70 ........................................................... 1981 6. 69 ........................................................... 1979 7. 65 ........................................................... 1999 8. 64 ........................................................... 1985 64 ........................................................... 1991 10. 63 ........................................................... 1997 63 ........................................................... 2004

Yards GAME: 1.

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SEASON: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

2,855 ........................................................... 1980 2,814 ........................................................... 1998 2,812 ........................................................... 2009 2,575 ........................................................... 1985 2,574 ........................................................... 1989 2,481 ........................................................... 2007 2,439 ........................................................... 1979 2,419 ........................................................... 1981 2,404 ........................................................... 1995 2,370 ........................................................... 1984

AVERAGE GAME: 1. 50.2 vs. McMurry (5 punts for 251 yds).....10-12-85 SEASON:

1. 41.0 ........................................................... 1988 2. 40.9 ........................................................... 1986 3. 40.5 ........................................................... 1986 4. 40.4 ........................................................... 2007 5. 40.2 ........................................................... 1985 40.2 ........................................................... 2002 7. 39.7 ........................................................... 2008 8. 39.6 ........................................................... 1989 9. 39.1 ........................................................... 2012 10. 38.8 ........................................................... 1984

Returns Punt Return Yards GAME: 1.

125 vs. Southern Arkansas....................... 9-4-03

SEASON:

1. 464 ........................................................... 1979 2. 405 ........................................................... 2002 3. 370 ........................................................... 2005 4. 366 ........................................................... 2007 5. 298 ........................................................... 2003 6. 294 ........................................................... 1999 7. 290 ........................................................... 1998 8. 288 ........................................................... 2009 9. 281 ........................................................... 1994 10. 273 ........................................................... 1995

Kickoff Return Yards GAME: 1.

201 vs. West Texas A&M.......................10-9-10

SEASON:

1. 1,312 ........................................................... 1995 2. 1,244 ........................................................... 1993 3. 1,168 ........................................................... 2010 4. 1,138 ........................................................... 2011 5. 1,112 ........................................................... 2007 6. 935 ........................................................... 2008 7. 903 ........................................................... 2009 8. 814 ........................................................... 2001 9. 811 ........................................................... 2004 10. 736 ........................................................... 1986


Team Records Fewest Total Yards Allowed GAME: 1.

(-)38 vs. Baptist Christian........................9-14-74

SEASON:

1. 4.4 ........................................................... 1978

SEASON:

1.

466 vs. Sam Huston State.......................... 1974

BY PASS: 1.

473 vs. West Texas A&M........................... 1994

1.

674 vs. Abilene Christian............................. 1975

Most Yards Allowed SEASON:

4,533 ........................................................... 2011 4,477 ........................................................... 2009 4,403 ........................................................... 1997 4,230 ........................................................... 2010 4,204 ........................................................... 2001 4,179 ........................................................... 1995 4,166 ........................................................... 1993 4,132 ........................................................... 1994 4,011 ........................................................... 2003 3,998 ........................................................... 2004

1.

8 (13 games)................................................ 2001

Rushing Defense Fewest Yards Allowed GAME: 1.

(-)75 vs. West Texas A&M.....................10-31-92

SEASON:

1. 158 ........................................................... 1978 2. 705 ........................................................... 1982 3. 950 ........................................................... 1988 4. 1,065 ........................................................... 2005 5. 1,137 ........................................................... 1983 1,137 ........................................................... 1981 7. 1,184 ........................................................... 1991 8. 1,194 ........................................................... 1987 9. 1,232 ........................................................... 1979 10. 1,284 ........................................................... 1986

Passing Defense Fewest Yards Allowed GAME: 1.

19 Southwest Assemblies of God........8-29-02

SEASON:

1. 830 ........................................................... 1978 2. 1,124 ........................................................... 1979 3. 1,141 ........................................................... 1980 4. 1,264 ........................................................... 1991 5. 1,337 ........................................................... 1983 6. 1,366 ........................................................... 1981 7. 1,369 ........................................................... 1982 8. 1,462 ........................................................... 1984 9. 1,492 ........................................................... 1989 10. 1,495 ........................................................... 1988

Interceptions Interceptions By GAME: 1. 2.

7 6

1. 59 ........................................................... 1981 2. 55 ........................................................... 1991 3. 44 ........................................................... 1986 4. 40 ........................................................... 1991 5. 39 ........................................................... 1992 6. 38 ........................................................... 1998 38 ........................................................... 1982 8. 37 ........................................................... 1979 9. 36 ........................................................... 1985 10. 34 ........................................................... 2002 34 ........................................................... 1980

Miscellaneous Most Penalties GAME: 1.

18 vs. Sul Ross State......................................... 1990

SEASON: 1.

104 (1,006 yds in 11 games)............................. 2011

First Downs GAME: 1.

33 33

vs. West Texas A&M......................10-12-96 (14 rush, 16 pass, 3 penalty) vs. Northeastern State.................10-23-04 (16 rush, 15 pass, 2 penalty)

SEASON:

1. 283 ........................................................... 2003 2. 278 ........................................................... 2001 3. 258 ........................................................... 2012 4. 253 ........................................................... 1991 5. 243 ........................................................... 2007 6. 238 ........................................................... 2011 7. 237 ........................................................... 2004 8. 231 ........................................................... 2009 9. 217 ........................................................... 1994 10. 214 ........................................................... 2000 214 ........................................................... 1989

vs. West Texas A&M.......................10-6-01 vs. Sul Ross State............................10-6-84

SEASON:

1. 23 ........................................................... 1987 2. 22 ........................................................... 1984 22 ........................................................... 1982 22 ........................................................... 1981 22 ........................................................... 1979 6. 20 ........................................................... 2009 20 ........................................................... 2001 WWW.TARLETONSPORTS.COM

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Total Sacks SEASON:

425 (11 games)............................................ 1995

The LSC

TOTAL:

Blocked Punts SEASON:

vs. Valdosta State (L, 10-68)................10-9-93

History/Records

Most Yards Allowed in a Game BY RUSH:

Sacks

1.

68

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1. 40 ........................................................... 1978 2. 123 ........................................................... 1988 3. 130 ........................................................... 1982 4. 136 ........................................................... 1984 5. 149 ........................................................... 1979 6. 150 ........................................................... 1987 7. 156 ........................................................... 1983 8. 162 ........................................................... 1991 9. 171 ........................................................... 1986 10. 173 ........................................................... 1980

SEASON:

1.

The Players

Fewest Points Allowed PER GAME:

18 ........................................................... 1991 18 ........................................................... 1986 10. 17 ........................................................... 1989

The Coaches

1. 988 ........................................................... 1978 2. 2,101 ........................................................... 1982 3. 2,356 ........................................................... 1979 4. 2,445 ........................................................... 1988 5. 2,474 ........................................................... 1983 6. 2,503 ........................................................... 1981 7. 2,608 ........................................................... 1980 8. 2,771 ........................................................... 1984 9. 2,983 ........................................................... 2008 10. 3,014 ........................................................... 1991

Most Points Allowed GAME:

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Individual Rushing 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977

Vaughn Smith Courtney Vaughn Evan Robertson Evan Robertson Roderick Smith Roderick Smith Michael Sampson Derrick Ross Derrick Ross Joe Morrison Olan Coleman Alester Givens Will Rogers Jerome Smith Justin McDaniel Lamont Randle Lamont Randle Craig West Craig West Lonzo Anderson Jimmy Hering Robert Simpson Robert Simpson Robert Simpson Kelvin Haynes Gaylon Bowser Gayon Bowser Deral Henderson Tyrone Foster Tyrone Foster Ricky Bush Ricky Bush Ricky Bush Ricky Bush Chuck High Mark Elam

794 yards 669 yards 844 yards 894 yards 1,024 yards 642 yards 789 yards 1,512 yards 1,560 yards 644 yards 883 yards 492 yards 598 yards 878 yards 902 yards 741 yards 1,085 yards 367 yards 282 yards 387 yards 585 yards 416 yards 920 yards 790 yards 583 yards 1,078 yards 1,028 yards 402 yards 664 yards 361 yards 374 yards 1,221 yards 984 yards 810 yards 746 yards 674 yards

Individual Passing 154 carries, 5 TDs, 5.2 YPC 139 carries, 7 TDs, 4.8 YPC 192 carries, 6 TDs, 4.4 YPC) 170 carries, 7 TDs, 5.3 YPC 137 carries, 13 TDs, 7.5 YPC 100 carries, 6 TDs, 6.4 YPC 146 carries, 10 TDs, 5.4 YPC 236 carries, 13 TDs, 6.4 YPC 254 carries, 22 TDs, 6.1 YPC 122 carries, 8 TDs, 5.3 YPC 148 carries, 8 TDs, 6.0 YPC 107 carries, 3 TDs, 4.6 YPC 127 carries, 5 TDs, 4.7 YPC 232 carries, 1 TD, 3.8 YPC 243 carries, 6 TDs, 3.7 YPC 174 carries, 4 TDs, 4.3 YPC 218 carries, 8 TDs, 5.0 YPC 98 carries, 2 TDs, 3.7 YPC 65 carries, 4 TDs, 4.3 YPC 99 carries, 3 TDs, 3.9 YPC 143 carries, 1 TD, 4.1 YPC 102 carries, 6 TDs, 4.1 YPC 213 carries, 13 TDs, 4.3 YPC 149 carries, 4 TDs, 5.3 YPC 102 carries, 5 TDs, 5.7 YPC 217 carries, 16 TDs, 4.9 YPC) 172 carries, 13 TDs, 5.9 YP 79 carries, 1 TD, 5.0 YPC) 143 carries, 3 TDs, 4.6 YPC 95 carries, 1 TD, 3.7 YPC 100 carries, 5 TDs, 3.7 YPC 249 carries, 9 TDs, 4.9 YPC 201 carries, 7 TDs, 4.9 YPC 172 carries, 7 TDs, 4.7 YPC 205 carries, 3 TDs, 3.6 YPC 172 carries, 3 TDs, 3.9 YPC

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1,579 yards 3,005 yards 1,774 yards 2,985 yards 1,993 yards 2,882 yards 2,023 yards 1,883 yards 1,257 yards 3,547 yards 2,232 yards 3,411 yards 2,638 yards 2,154 yards 1,779 yards 2,675 yards 2,503 yards 767 yards 3,008 yards 906 yards 1,651 yards 981 yards 2,399 yards 1,472 yards 733 yards 1,251 yards 1,357 yards 938 yards 779 yards 999 yards 1,140 yards 960 yards 646 yards 939 yards 867 yards 1,112 yards

153 of 244, 9 INTs, 10 TDs 242 of 429, 8 INTs, 20 TDs 132 of 258, 12 INTs, 9 TDs 205 of 398, 12 INTs, 19 TDs 154 of 283, 11 INTs, 14 TDs 191 of 316, 12 INTs, 24 TDs 161 of 276, 5 INTs, 16 TDs 153 of 253, 11 INTs, 12 TDs 107 of 184, 4 INTs, 6 TDs 265 of 437, 11 INTs, 29 TDs 176 of 278, 7 INTs, 13 TDs 249 of 416, 10 INTs, 27 TDs 220 of 381, 12 INTs, 18 TDs 153 of 339, 13 INTs, 6 TDs 131 of 263, 14 INTs, 9 TDs 189 of 367, 16 INTs, 16 TDs 205 of 355, 16 INTs, 18 TDs 53 of 142, 10 INTs, 1 TD 189 of 371, 18 INTs, 24 TDs 67 of 154, 8 INTs, 3 TDs 118 of 255, 9 INTs, 16 TDs 84 of 186, 8 INTs, 8 TDs 174 of 313, 10 INTs, 20 TDs 114 of 221, 11 INTs, 8 TDs 57 of 104, 9 INTs, 5 TDs 85 of 167, 8 INTs, 9 TDs 78 of 168, 11 INTs, 11 TDs 60 of 151, 11 INTs, 4 TDs 50 of 107, 6 INTs, 4 TDs 73 of 160, 15 INTs, 3 TDs 88 of 180, 8 INTs, 8 TDs 60 of 167, 11 INTs, 9 TDs 62 of 172, 17 INTs, 2 TDs 60 of 136, 15 INTs, 7 TDs 57 of 174, 14 INTs, 10 TDs 76 of 174, 10 INTs, 14 TDs


Yearly Statistical Leaders Individual Scoring Blake Barnes Courtney Vaughn Blake Wiest Garrett Lindholm Roderick Smith Devin Guinn Paul Williams Derrick Ross Derrick Ross Jamie Guin J.W. Boren, J.W. Boren J.W. Boren Steve Kelly Brad Couch Bryan Jones Lamont Randle Brad Couch Ryland Bailey Trampas Wilson Steve Pinnell Robert Simpson Robert Simpson Robert Simpson Shawn Minor Gaylon Bowser Gaylon Bowser Mike Myers Vince Oldag Vince Oldag Wade Wilson Ricky Bush Ricky Bush Ricky Bush Gale Grant Gale Grant

92 points 54 points 60 points 88 points 90 points 72 points 69 points 84 points 134 points 73 points 90 points 94 points 78 points 54 points 40 points 56 points 60 points 26 points 74 points 58 points 38 points 36 points 86 points 36 points 48 points 108 points 84 points 29 points 46 points 22 points 42 points 68 points 54 points 48 points 48 points 50 points

38 PATs, 18 FGs 9 TDs 24 PATs, 12 FGs 43 PATs, 15 FGs 15 TDs 12 TDs 30 PATs, 13 FGs 14 TDs 22 TDs, 1 two-point conversion 43 PATs, 10 FGs 39 PATs, 17 FGs 52 PATs, 14 FGs 30 PATs, 16 FGs 9 TDs 19 PATs, 7 FGs 29 PATs, 9 FGs 10 TDs 11 PATs, 5 FGs 12 TDs, 1 two–point conversion 22 PATs, 12 FGs 6 TDs, 1 two–point conversion 6 TDs 14 TDs, 1 two-point conversion 6 TDs 24 PATs, 8 FGs 18 TDs 14 TDs 11 PATs, 6 FGs 22 PATs, 8 FGs 10 PATs, 4 FGs 7 TDs 11 TDs, 1 two–point conversion 8 TDs, 3 two–point conversions 8 TDs 18 PATs, 10 FGs 20 PATs, 10 FGs

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56 catches, 4 TDs, 12.4 YPC 52 catches, 3 TDs, 15.9 YPC 44 catches, 6 TDs, 16 YPC 57 catches, 7 TDs, 18.4 YPC 40 catches, 3 TDs, 16.5 YPC 57 catches, 12 TDs, 18.2 YPC 49 catches, 5 TDs, 14.7 YPC 51 catches, 7 TDs, 13.6 YPC 26 catches, 1 TD, 14.2 YPC 69 catches, 10 TDs, 16.5 YPC 61 catches, 7 TDs, 12.4 YPC 31 catches, 10 TDs, 24.5 YPC 61 catches, 5 TDs, 12.0 YPC 41 catches, 3 TDs, 15.6 YPC 35 catches, 3 TDs, 15.2 YPC 44 catches, 6 TDs, 16.3 YPC 40 catches, 5 TDs, 17.1 YPC 30 catches, 2 TDs, 12.9 YPC 60 catches, 12 TDs, 16.6 YPC 39 catches, 4 TDs, 13.3 YPC 32 catches, 3 TDs, 15.2 YPC 29 catches, 2 TDs, 11.8 YPC 51 catches, 8 TDs, 18.1 YPC 33 catches, 3 TDs, 15.3 YPC 18 catches, 3 TDs, 16.0 YPC 33 catches, 4 TDs, 15.6 YPC 25 catches, 3 TDs, 21.1 YPC 15 catches, 2 TDs, 17.2 YPC 12 catches, 1 TD, 22.8 YPC 27 catches, 1 TD, 15.7 YPC 24 catches, 7 TDs, 20.6 YPC 23 catches, 2 TDs, 16.6 YPC 15 catches, 2 TDs, 17.8 YPC 33 catches, 1 TD, 15.5 YPC 15 catches, 6 TDs, 23.2 YPC 15 catches, 5 TDs, 22.4 YPC

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694 yards 827 yards 704 yards 1,046 yards 661 yards 1,039 yards 720 yards 693 yards 370 yards 1,140 yards 759 yards 758 yards 729 yards 640 yards 533 yards 717 yards 686 yards 386 yards 996 yards 517 yards 487 yards 341 yards 921 yards 504 yards 289 yards 515 yards 528 yards 259 yards 274 yards 424 yards 495 yards 383 yards 268 yards 512 yards 349 yards 336 yards

The Players

Clifton Rhodes III Clifton Rhodes III Jeken Frye Jahmeel Hobson Eric Foreman Devin Guinn Jeremy Madkins Jeremy Madkins Chris Daniels Will Moody Will Moody Damien Jackson Chris Chambers Derek Grimes Steven Kendall Steven Kendall Colin Yocom Colin Yocom Ryland Bailey Kevin Benjamin Kevin Vickers Walter Favors Bobby Sutton Bobby Sutton Paul Allison Boo Jones Melvin Modesty Vic Routh Vic Routh Darrell Piske Wade Wilson Darrell Piske Dave Riegel Sam Scott Joseph Gossett Carl Pleasant

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Individual Punting 2012 Isaac Arellano 2011 Jerry Owens 2010 Jerry Owens 2009 Kyle Hopf 2008 Kyle Hopf 2007 Kyle Hopf 2006 Paul Williams 2005 Drew Womble 2004 Paul Williams 2003 Chris Peterson 2002 Chris Evatt 2001 Chris Evatt 2000 Bryan Camp 1999 Bryan Camp 1998 Brian Cox 1997 Brad Couch 1996 Brad Couch 1995 Brad Couch 1994 Brad Couch 1993 Kyle Allred 1992 Kyle Allred 1991 Kyle Allred 1990 Lee Neef 1989 Todd Sells 1988 Todd Sells 1987 Todd Sells 1986 Scott Smith 1985 Scott Smith 1984 Scott Smith 1983 Scott Smith 1982 Steve Bean 1981 Clyde Steelman 1980 Ronnie Heller 1979 Ronnie Heller 1978 Gale Grant 1977 Mark Elam

41.8 average 39.9 average 36.9 average 39.4 average 39.7 average 40.4 average 38.7 average 37.5 average 37.5 average 36.4 average 40.2 average 35.2 average 34.0 average 35.6 average 34.2 average 33.8 average 36.2 average 34.2 average 39.0 average 36.0 average 39.8 average 36.3 average 36.9 average 39.6 average 42.0 average 37.5 average 40.9 average 40.2 average 38.8 average 37.6 average 35.3 average 37.1 average 38.0 average 36.6 average 38.1 average 36.1 average

Individual Tackles 38 punts, 1,587 yards 29 punts, 1,156 yards 55 punts, 2,029 yards 71 punts, 2,795 yards 38 punts, 1,510 yards 38 punts, 1,534 yards 39 punts, 1,508 yards 48 punts, 1,799 yards 60 punts, 2,251 yards 38 punts, 1,383 yards 49 punts, 1,971 yards 50 punts, 1,762 yards 54 punts, 1,837yards 46 punts, 1,639 yards 50 punts, 1,709 yards 63 punts, 2,132 yards 48 punts, 1,738 yards 69 punts, 2,363 yards 48 punts, 1,873 yards 49 punts, 1,763 yards 57 punts, 2,268 yards 63 punts, 2,288 yards 56 punts, 2,067 yards 65 punts, 2,574 yards 43 punts, 1,809 yards 49 punts, 1,839 yards 58 punts, 2,370 yards 64 punts, 2,575 yards 61 punts, 2,370 yards 57 punts, 2,145 yards 51 punts, 1,800 yards 33 punts, 1,224 yards 75 punts, 2,855 yards 49 punts, 1,797 yards 78 punts, 2,975 yards 41 punts, 1,480 yards

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83 tackles 119 tackles 99 tackles 98 tackles 66 tackles 66 tackles 91 tackles 99 tackles 98 tackles 95 tackles 111 tackles 85 tackles 100 tackles 69 tackles 68 tackles 104 tackles 111 tackles 105 tackles 105 tackles 103 tackles 138 tackles 16 tackles 93 tackles 33 tackles 110 tackles 96 tackles 109 tackles 99 tackles 92 tackles 128 tackles 104 tackles 112 tackles 127 tackles 111 tackles 113 tackles 192 tackles 33 tackles

40 solo, 43 assisted 75 solo, 44 assisted 30 solo, 69 assisted 36 solo, 62 assisted 33 solo, 33 assisted 28 solo, 38 assisted 47 solo, 44 assisted 42 solo, 57 assisted 42 solo, 56 assisted 33 solo, 62 assisted 42 solo, 69 assisted 34 solo, 51 assisted 46 solo, 54 assisted 36 solo, 33 assisted 28 solo, 40 assisted 55 solo, 49 assisted 38 solo, 73 assisted 38 solo, 67 assisted 38 solo, 67 assisted 75 solo, 28 assisted 107 solo, 31 assisted 10 solo, 6 assisted 59 solo, 34 assiste 25 solo, 8 assisted 84 solo, 26 assisted 64 solo, 32 assisted 69 solo, 40 assisted 58 solo, 41 assisted 66 solo, 26 assisted 86 solo, 42 assisted 64 solo, 40 assisted 67 solo, 45 assisted 65 solo, 62 assisted 61 solo, 50 assisted 64 solo, 49 assisted 136 solo, 56 assisted 19 solo, 14 assisted


Yearly Statistical Leaders Team Total Defense 3,604 yards 4,533 yards 4,230 yards 4,204 yards 3,512 yards 4,011 yards 2,637 yards 3,665 yards 3,249 yards 3,872 yards 2,982 yards 4,477 yards 3,467 yards 3,092 yards 3,840 yards 4,403 yards 3,638 yards 4,179 yards 4,132 yards 4,166 yards 3,346 yards 3,014 yards 3,015 yards 3,655 yards 2,445 yards 3,242 yards 3,303 yards 3,749 yards 2,771 yards 2,474 yards 2,101 yards 2,503 yards 2,599 yards 2,812 yards

1,378 rushing, 2,226 passing 1,632 rushing, 2,901 passing 1,581 rushing, 2,649 passing 1,395 rushing, 2,809 passing 1346 rushing, 2,166 passing 1,508 rushing, 2,503 passing 905 rushing, 1,732 passing 1,766 rushing, 1,899 passing 1,065 rushing, 2,184 passing 1,607 rushing, 2,265 passing 1,430 rushing, 1,553 passing 2,028 rushing, 2,449 passing 1,550 rushing, 1,917 passing 1,539 rushing, 1,553 passing 1,464 rushing, 2,376 passing 2,173 rushing, 2,230 passing 1,671 rushing, 1,967 passing 2,385 rushing, 1,794 passing 2,101 rushing, 2,031 passing 2,310 rushing, 1,856 passing 1,536 rushing, 1,810 passing 1,750 rushing, 1,264 passing 1,184 rushing, 1,831 passing 2,163 rushing, 1,492 passing 950 rushing, 1,495 passing 1,194 rushing, 2,048 passing 1,284 rushing, 2,019 passing 1,881 rushing, 1,868 passing 1,309 rushing, 1,462 passing 1,137 rushing, 1,337 passing 705 rushing, 1,396 passing 1,137 rushing, 1,366 passing 1,648 rushing, 948 passing 1,458 rushing, 1,141 passing

360.4 YPG 412.1 YPG 384.5 YPG 323.4 YPG 319.3 YPG 364.6 YPG 263.7 YPG 366.5 YPG 295.4 YPG 322.7 YPG 271.2 YPG 344.4 YPG 315.2 YPG 281.1 YPG 349.1 YPG 400.3 YPG 363.8 YPG 379.9 YPG 413.2 YPG 416.6 YPG 334.6 YPG 301.4 YPG 251.3 YPG 304.6 YPG 244.5 YPG 324.2 YPG 330.3 YPG 374.9 YPG 277.1 YPG 274.9 YPG 262.6 YPG 250.3 YPG 259.6 YPG 259.9 YPG

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462.5 YPG 391.9 YPG 324.8 YPG 386.2 YPG 375.5 YPG 452.2 YPG 370.6 YPG 383.4 YPG 380.5 YPG 471.6 YPG 394.6 YPG 417.8 YPG 401.5 YPG 331.8 YPG 317.7 YPG 383.6 YPG 407.3 YPG 243.5 YPG 436.4 YPG 315.5 YPG 327.7 YPG 262.0 YPG 386.2 YPG 334.3 YPG 339.0 YPG 340.0 YPG 352.1 YPG 246.2 YPG 236.0 YPG 242.0 YPG 292.9 YPG 306.3 YPG 259.6 YPG 281.2 YPG

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1,761 rushing, 2,864 passing 1,114 rushing, 3,197 passing 1,238 rushing, 2,335 passing 1,863 rushing, 2,178 passing 2,059 rushing, 2,072 passing 1,931 rushing, 3,043 passing 1,537 rushing, 2,169 passing 1,921 rushing, 1,913 passing 2,190 rushing, 1,996 passing 1,663 rushing, 3,996 passing 1,974 rushing, 2,547 passing 1,773 rushing, 3,659 passing 1,693 rushing, 2,723 passing 1,496 rushing, 2,154 passing 1,235 rushing, 2,260 passing 1,418 rushing, 2,802 passing 1,503 rushing, 2,570 passing 913 rushing, 1,765 passing 940 rushing, 3,424 passing 1,308 rushing, 1,847 passing 1,398 rushing, 1,879 passing 1,212 rushing, 1,408 passing 2,010 rushing, 2,624 passing 2,045 rushing, 1,966 passing 1,831 rushing, 1,559 passing 2,153 rushing, 1,247 passing 2,182 rushing, 1,339 passing 1,351 rushing, 1,111 passing 1,294 rushing, 1,066 passing 947 rushing, 1,231 passing 950 rushing, 1,393 passing 1,675 rushing, 1,388 passing 1,648 rushing, 948 passing 1,692 rushing, 1,120 passing

The Players

4,625 yards 4,311 yards 3,573 yards 5,021 yards 4,131 yards 4,974 yards 3,706 yards 3,834 yards 4,186 yards 5,659 yards 4,341 yards 5,432 yards 4,416 yards 3,650 yards 3,495 yards 4,220 yards 4,073 yards 2,678 yards 4,364 yards 3,155 yards 3,277 yards 2,620 yards 4,634 yards 4,011 yards 3,390 yards 3,400 yards 3,521 yards 2,462 yards 2,360 yards 2,178 yards 2,343 yards 3,063 yards 2,596 yards 2,812 yards

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As a Junior College (1915-1960) As a Senior College (1961-Present) Although records indicate Tarleton began playing football as early as 1904, no scores for games exist until 1915.

1915 Record: 3-4-1 Coach A.B. Hayes -- Comanche -- Daniel Baker -- Britton (Cisco) -- Thorp Springs -- Meridian College -- Comanche -- Howard Payne -- Fort Worth YMCA

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1916 Record: 2-3-2 Coach A.B. Hayes -- Trinity -- Britton (Cisco) -- Stamford -- Daniel Baker -- Fort Worth YMCA -- Thorp Springs -- Meridian College

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1919 Record: 6-1 Coach A.B. Hayes -- Meridian College -- Taliaferro -- Daniel Baker -- Dallas University -- Thorp Springs -- Simmons -- Simmons *No Score Available

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1921 Record: 8-1-1 Coach W.J. Wisdom -- Weatherford -- Baylor Freshmen -- Daniel Baker -- Clifton -- Denton Normal -- Meridian College -- Decatur -- Baylor Freshmen -- Clarendon -- N.T.A.C.

49-6 0-35 13-7 47-0 13-0 21-0 38-0 20-6 34-3 7-7

Record: 7-3 Coach W.J. Wisdom -- Cisco Christian -- Clifton -- S.M.U. Freshmen -- Dallas University -- So’western Texas Normal -- Meridian College -- Decatur -- Baylor Freshmen -- Alexander College -- N.T.A.C.

1923

1918 Record: N/A Coach N/A -- Did Not Play

Record: 7-3-1 Coach W.J. Wisdom -- Comanche -- Howard Payne -- Baylor Ineligibles -- Meridian College -- Simmons -- Abilene Christian -- Denton Normal -- Decatur -- Abilene Christian -- Baylor Freshmen -- N.T.A.C.

1922

1917 Record: 5-4 Coach A.B. Hayes -- Howard Payne -- Carlisle -- Howard Payne -- Granbury H.S. -- Weatherford -- Thorp Springs -- Meridian College -- De Leon H.S. -- Simmons *No Score Available

1920

Record: 3-5 Coach Davis R. Pena -- Clifton -- N.T.A.C. -- Weatherford -- S.M.U. Freshmen -- Decatur -- Abilene Christian -- UT Freshmen -- Meridian College

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Record: 8-0-1 Coach W.J. Wisdom -- Clifton -- McMurry College -- Randolph (Cisco) -- Weatherford -- Wichita Falls -- Westminster -- Baylor Freshmen -- N.T.A.C. -- Burleson

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1925

1926 Record: 6-2 Coach W.J. Wisdom -- Baylor Freshmen -- Meridian College -- Hillsboro -- Wichita Falls -- McMurry College -- Wesley College -- N.T.A.C -- Clifton

1927 Record: 6-1-1 Coach W.J. Wisdom -- Abilene Christian -- McMurry College -- Hillsboro -- Wesley College -- Gainesville -- Ranger -- N.T.A.C. -- Clifton

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1924 Record: 4-3-2 Coach W.J. Wisdom -- Randolph (Cisco) -- UT Freshmen -- A&M Freshmen

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Record: 7-3 Coach W.J. Wisdom 1928 (7-3) -- Abilene Christian W -- 12-6 -- Decatur L -- 7-19 -- Clifton W -- 70-0 -- Wesley College W -- 14-7 -- Hillsboro W -- 29-0 -- Gainesville W -- 13-12 -- McMurry College L -- 0-32 -- Sul Ross State L -- 7-27 -- Randolph (Cisco) W -- 13-6 -- Ranger W -- 21-0


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1930

Record: 5-3-1 Coach W.J. Wisdom -- A&M “B” Team -- Abilene Christian -- Hillsboro -- Marshall -- Daniel Baker -- Westminster -- TCU Freshmen -- Jefferson Law School -- Amarillo

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7-21 0-13 13-0 7-7 13-7 45-0 13-0 34-0 0-12

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1932 Record: 4-4-2 Coach W.J. Wisdom -- Abilene Christian -- Weatherford -- Daniel Baker -- Marshall -- Ranger -- Schreiner Institute -- TCU Freshmen -- Hillsboro -- Decatur Baptist -- Warner Memorial U.

1933 Record: 1-6-3 Coach W.J. Wisdom -- Cox’s of Waco -- Howard Payne -- Decatur Baptist -- Abilene Christian -- TCU Freshmen -- Schreiner Institute

18-0 0-20 0-7 0-7 0-7 0-0

Record: 5-1-4 Coach W.J. Wisdom -- Abilene Christian -- Clifton -- Daniel Baker -- Decatur Baptist -- Dixie University -- TCU Freshmen -- Weatherford -- Texas Military Institute -- Ranger -- N.T.A.C.

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24-0 19-0 3-0 19-0 40-0 7-6 14-0 14-0 92-0 3-16 0-7

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1934

1935 Record: 9-2 Coach W.J. Wisdom -- Westmoreland -- Clifton -- Daniel Baker -- Decatur Baptist -- Hillsboro -- Texas Wesleyan -- Weatherford -- Texas Military Institute -- Ranger -- N.T.A.C. -- Hillsboro

1936 Record: 3-5 Coach H.J. Sanders -- Altus (Okla.) -- Cameron (Okla.) -- Decatur Baptist -- A&M “B” Team -- Texas Military Institute -- Texas Wesleyan -- Weatherford -- N.T.A.C.

1937 Record: 6-2-2 Coach H.J. Sanders -- Abilene Christian -- Cameron (Okla.) -- H.S.U. Freshmen -- Decatur Baptist -- H.P.U. “B” Team -- Hillsboro -- Schreiner Institute -- Weatherford -- N.T.A.C. -- Weatherford

1938 Record: 4-4-1 Coach Earl Rudder -- Abilene Christian -- Cameron (Okla.) -- Sul Ross State -- Decatur Baptist -- Hillsboro -- Schreiner Institute -- Weatherford -- Clifton -- N.T.A.C.

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1939 Record: 6-4 Coach Earl Rudder -- Paris -- Cameron (Okla.) -- Kilgore -- Decatur Baptist -- San Angelo -- Schreiner Institute -- Weatherford -- Hillsboro -- Murray State -- N.T.A.C.

1940 Record: 8-2 Coach Earl Rudder -- H.S.U. Freshmen -- San Angelo -- Kilgore -- Decatur Baptist -- Schriener Institute -- Lamar -- Weatherford -- Hillsboro -- Paris -- N.T.A.C.

1941 Record: 5-2-2 Coach T.J. Fields -- Cameron (Okla.) -- San Angelo -- Kilgore -- Decatur Baptist -- Schreiner Institute -- Weatherford -- Hillsboro -- H.S.U. Freshmen -- N.T.A.C.

1942 Record: N/A Coach N/A -- Did Not Play

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Record: 1-6-2 Coach W.A. Hall -- Daniel Baker -- Abilene Christian -- S.M.U Freshmen -- Gainesville -- Randolph (Cisco) -- Wichita Falls -- Hillsboro -- T.C.U. Freshmen -- Howard Payne

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1948

Record: N/A Coach N/A -- Did Not Play

Record: 2-7 Coach C.M. “Dutch” Flory -- Clifton W -- Tyler L -- A&M Freshmen L -- Kilgore L -- Schreiner Institute W -- Lamar L -- San Angelo L -- Paris L -- N.T.A.C. L

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1944 Record: 1-8 Coach Jimmie Marshall -- Blackland AFB -- Bergstrom AFB -- Southwestern -- Eagle Mountain Marines -- N.T.A.C. -- Abilene Collegians -- Blackland AFB -- Galveston AFB -- Hondo AFB

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0-24 0-33 0-19 0-7 0-12 13-0 0-27 0-40 6-47

1945 Record: 2-5-1 Coach Marshal Hughes -- Camp Hood -- Camp Hood -- N.T.A.C. -- Allen Academy -- A&M “B” Team -- Allen Academy -- S.M.U. “B” Team -- Abilene Christian

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0-12 0-20 0-19 6-6 0-53 20-0 7-40 19-0

1946 Record: 3-7 Coach C.M. “Dutch” Flory -- Clifton W -- Decatur Baptist W -- Hardin College L -- Kilgore L -- Schreiner Institute L -- Lamar L -- San Angelo L -- Paris L -- Hillsboro W -- N.T.A.C. L

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7-0 20-0 0-19 0-20 0-6 7-19 0-18 0-7 20-0 6-7

1947 Record: 2-8 Coach C.M. “Dutch” Flory -- Clifton W -- Tyler L -- Weatherford W -- Kilgore L -- Schreiner Institute L -- Lamar L -- San Angelo L -- Paris L -- Hillsboro L -- N.T.A.C. L

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13-6 0-26 25-0 0-44 6-19 0-14 0-35 7-13 0-19 0-7

-- 13-0 -- 7-19 -- 7-12 -- 12-33 -- 7-0 -- 19-26 -- 0-25 -- 13-27 -- 0-6

1949 Record: 4-6 Coach Willie Zapalac -- Ranger -- Paris -- Arlington State -- Clifton -- Lamar -- Tyler -- Kilgore -- Schreiner Institute -- San Angelo -- McNeese State

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27-0 12-28 26-0 34-0 0-7 0-41 14-20 12-0 12-37 14-20

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-- 54-6 -- 40-0 -- 6-7 -- 22-0 -- 28-13 -- 20-0 -- 6-32 -- 26-13 -- 14-33 -- 31-7

Record: 3-5-1 Coach H.A. “Sandy” Sanford -- Cisco W -- Blinn W -- Paris L -- Cameron (Okla.) L -- Kilgore L -- Ranger W -- Schreiner Institute L -- San Angelo L -- Arlington State T

-- 13-0 -- 12-6 -- 0-28 -- 7-33 -- 14-47 -- 12-6 -- 8-14 -- 6-28 -- 20-20

1950 Record: 7-3 Coach Willie Zapalac -- Cisco -- Blinn -- Ranger -- H.S.U. Freshmen -- Cameron (Okla.) -- Midwestern “B” Team -- Kilgore -- Schreiner Institute -- San Angelo -- Arlington State

1951

1952 Record: 6-3 Coach H.A. “Sandy” Sanford -- Cisco W -- Paris L -- LIttle Rock (Ark.) W -- East Texas State “B” Team L

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-- 13-7 -- 7-6 -- 9-6 -- 14-26 -- 0-14

1953 Record: 3-6 Coach H.A. “Sandy” Sanford -- Cisco W -- Paris L -- A&M Freshmen L -- T.C.U. Freshmen L -- Kilgore L -- Ranger L -- Schreiner Institute W -- San Angelo L -- Arlington State L

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20-12 13-13 40-13 27-0 45-26 32-0 27-0 28-48 30-7

1954 Record: 5-3-1 Coach H.A. “Sandy” Sanford -- Cisco W -- Paris L -- Allen Academy W -- Kilgore L -- H.S.U. Freshmen L -- Ranger W -- Schreiner Institute W -- San Angelo T -- Arlington State W

1955 Record: -4 Coach H.A. “Sandy” Sanford -- Allen Academy W -- Paris W -- Kilgore L -- Texarkana W -- H.S.U. Freshmen W -- Ranger L -- Schreiner Institute W -- San Angelo L -- Arlington State L

1956 Record: 7-1-1 Coach H.A. “Sandy” Sanford -- Allen Academy W -- Paris T -- Kilgore W -- Texarkana W -- H.S.U. Freshmen W -- Ranger W -- Schreiner Institute W -- San Angelo L -- Arlington State W


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1958 6-13 32-19 6-8 0-8 12-48 14-24 6-20 13-24 15-26 0-34

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0-22 41-14 13-14 6-46 19-30 7-19 0-14 27-34 12-13

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1961 Record: 3-5 Coach Johnny Dunn -- Southwestern Okla. -- Southwest Texas -- Texas Lutheran -- Eastern New Mexico -- Henderson State (Ark.)

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20-14 20-21 0-35 20-42 21-14

Record: 2-7 Coach Johnny Dunn -- Southwestern Okla. -- Texas Lutheran -- Eastern New Mexico -- Southwest Texas -- Northwestern State (La.) -- Henderson State (Ark.) -- East Central (Okla.) -- McMurry -- Corpus Christi

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13-20 14-34 7-13 0-29 6-31 21-14 3-13 12-33 20-0

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1963 Record: 3-6 Coach Johnny Dunn -- Southwestern Okla. -- Sam Houston State -- Stephen F. Austin -- Eastern New Mexico -- Texas Lutheran -- Henderson State (Ark.) -- Corpus Christi -- McMurry -- East Central (Okla.)

1964 Record: 3-6 Coach Johnny Dunn -- East Central (Okla.) -- Sam Houston State -- Stephen F. Austin -- Texas Lutheran -- Henderson State (Ark.) -- Arkansas Tech -- McMurry -- Southwestern Okla. -- Corpus Christi

0-14 8-10 3-17 8-24 21-7 7-16 7-12 31-0 7-0

1965 Record: 3-7 Coach Johnny Dunn -- Howard Payne -- Eastern New Mexico -- Sam Houston State -- Corpus Christi -- Arkansas Tech -- McMurry -- East Central (Okla.) -- Angelo State -- Southwestern Okla. -- Texas Lutheran

1966 Record: 6-3 Coach Johnny Dunn -- Howard Payne

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13-35 0-36 6-23 28-26 7-37 19-27 20-34 0-28 16-24

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7-58 14-28 7-28 20-23 21-44 14-17 24-10 42-28 20-54

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6-24 19-17 7-52 14-40 16-34 10-30 15-38 7-29 19-28 21-41

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1967 Record: 1-8 Coach Hobart Lytal -- Howard Payne -- McMurry -- Sam Houston State -- Texas Lutheran -- UT-Arlington -- Arkansas Tech -- Angelo State -- East Central (Okla.) -- Southwestern Okla.

1968 Record: 2-7 Coach Hobart Lytal -- McMurry -- Howard Payne -- Sam Houston State -- Texas Lutheran -- Cameron (Okla.) -- Arkansas Tech -- Angelo State -- Southwestern Okla. -- East Central (Okla.)

1969 Record: 1-9 Coach Hobart Lytal -- Texas Lutheran -- Arkansas Tech -- Southwestern Okla. -- Angelo State -- East Central (Okla.) -- Howard Payne -- McMurry -- Sam Houston State -- Stephen F. Austin -- Sul Ross State

1970 Record: 1-8, 1-8 LSC Coach Lloyd Taylor -- Sul Ross State -- Angelo State -- Southwest Texas -- Sam Houston State -- Howard Payne -- Texas A&M-Kingsville -- McMurry

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1960

8-42 29-8 6-21

History/Records

Record: 1-8 Coach H.A. “Sandy” Sanford -- Henderson County L -- H.S.U. Freshmen W -- Kilgore L -- Del Mar L -- Wharton L -- San Angelo L -- Victoria L -- Cameron (Okla.) L -- Arlington State L

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Record: 1-9 Coach H.A. “Sandy” Sanford -- Henderson County L -- H.S.U. Freshmen W -- Texarkana L -- Kilgore L -- Del Mar L -- Wharton L -- San Angelo L -- Victoria L -- Cameron (Okla.) L -- Arlington State L

McMurry Corpus Christi East Central (Okla.)

The Coaches

Record: 2-7 Coach H.A. “Sandy” Sanford -- Abilene Christian L -- Kilgore L -- Texarkana L -- H.S.U. Freshmen L -- Cameron (Okla.) L -- Ranger W -- Henderson County W -- San Angelo L -- Arlington State L

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1971 Record: 3-7, 2-7 LSC Coach Lloyd Taylor -- Bishop -- Sul Ross State -- Angelo State -- Southwest Texas -- Sam Houston State -- Howard Payne -- Texas A&M-Kingsville -- McMurry -- Stephen F. Austin -- Texas A&M-Commerce

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33-6 24-21 13-42 7-51 0-16 14-29 7-13 24-21 7-42 10-24

1972 Record: 2-8, 1-8 LSC Coach Lloyd Taylor -- McMurry W -- -- Bishop W* -- -- Sul Ross State L -- -- Angelo State L -- -- Southwest Texas L -- -- Sam Houston State L -- -- Howard Payne L -- -- Texas A&M-Kingsville L -- -- Stephen F. Austin L -- -- Texas A&M-Commerce L -- *Bishop later forfeited this game

24-14 14-19 7-18 7-28 14-50 0-16 16-20 7-33 7-42 10-24

1973 Record: 1-9, 1-8 LSC Coach Buddy Fornes -- Harding (Ark.) -- Sul Ross State -- Angelo State -- Southwest Texas -- Sam Houston State -- Howard Payne -- Texas A&M-Kingsville -- Abilene Christian -- Stephen F. Austin -- Texas A&M-Commerce

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7-21 10-13 6-32 7-33 6-7 0-31 34-33 7-49 28-49 13-42

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-- 0-30 -- 43-0 -- 22-33 -- 7-55 -- 0-35 -- 0-35 -- 6-41 -- 7-51 -- 14-56 -- 7-35 -- 7-45

1974 Record: 1-10, 0-9 LSC Coach Buddy Fornes -- Texas Lutheran -- Baptist Christian (La.) -- Sul Ross State -- Angelo State -- Southwest Texas -- Sam Houston State -- Howard Payne -- Texas A&M-Kingsville -- Abilene Christian -- Stephen F. Austin -- Texas A&M-Commerce

1975

1979

Record: 1-10, 1-8 LSC • H: 0-5 • A: 1-5 Coach Buddy Fornes 9-6 at Texas Lutheran L A 6-42 9-13 Bishop L H 2-27 9-27 Sul Ross State L H 7-10 10-4 at Angelo State L A 10-36 10-11 at Southwest Texas L A 6-42 10-18 Sam Houston State L H 16-40 10-25 at Howard Payne L A 6-7 11-1 Texas A&M-Kingsville L H 0-28 11-8 Abilene Christian L H 21-35 11-15 at Stephen F. Austin W A 15-14 11-22 at Texas A&M-Commerce L A 13-49

Record: 6-4 • H: 3-2 • A: 3-2 Coach Buddy Fornes 9-8 at Austin College L 9-15 Sul Ross State W 9-22 at Lubbock Christian W 9-29 at Trinity W 10-6 McMurry W 10-13 Austin College L 10-20 at Sul Ross State W 10-27 Lubbock Christian W 11-3 Trinity L 11-10 at McMurry L

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13-17 15-8 55-0 19-9 20-14 20-34 18-15 36-6 24-34 10-14

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21-14 11-21 13-23 0-12 31-0 0-10 0-28 7-23 33-35 28-7

Record: 6-4 • H: 3-2 • A: 3-2 Coach Buddy Fornes 9-12 at Trinity W 9-19 McMurry W 9-26 at Austin College L 10-3 Sul Ross State L 10-10 at Lubbock Christian W 10-17 Trinity W 10-24 at McMurry W 10-31 Austin College L 11-7 at Sul Ross State L 11-14 Lubbock Christian W

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20-0 22-12 7-50 14-21 18-11 34-32 21-10 21-30 17-30 26-0

1980 1976 Record: 2-7 • H: 2-2 • A: 0-5 Coach Buddy Fornes 9-4 Texas Lutheran 9-11 at Bishop 9-18 at Trinity 9-25 Northwestern Okla. 10-2 at Southwestern Okla. 10-16 at Southeastern Okla. 10-23 Howard Payne 10-30 at Harding (Ark.) 11-6 Sul Ross State

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9-21 0-7 0-7 15-14 0-10 17-33 38-21 7-24 29-33

Record: 3-7 • H: 2-3 • A: 1-4 Coach Buddy Fornes 9-6 Trinity 9-13 at McMurry 9-20 Austin College 9-27 at Sul Ross State 10-4 Lubbock Christian 10-11 at Trinity 10-18 McMurry 10-25 at Austin College 11-1 Sul Ross State 11-8 at Lubbock Christian

1981 1977 TIAA Champions Record: 7-3, 4-0 TIAA • H: 3-2 • A: 4-1 Coach Buddy Fornes 9-3 at Texas Lutheran W A 17-7 9-10 at Sul Ross State W A 32-20 9-17 Trinity W H 17-13 9-24 at Northwestern Okla. L A 22-42 10-1 Southwestern Okla. L H 14-17 10-8 at Austin College W A 21-13 10-15 Southeastern Okla. L H 10-19 10-29 Harding W H 12-7 11-5 Sul Ross State W H 32-8 11-12 at McMurry W A 27-14

1978 TIAA Champions Record: 8-1-1, 7-0-1 TIAA • H: 4-0 • A: 4-1-1 Coach Buddy Fornes 9-9 Austin College W H 24-7 9-16 at Sul Ross State W A 13-3 9-23 at Arkansas-Monticello W A 10-7 9-30 Trinity W H 17-2 10-7 at McMurry W A 21-6 10-14 at Austin College W A 3-0 10-21 Sul Ross State W H 35-3 11-4 at Trinity T A 6-6 11-11 McMurry W H 29-6 11-18 # at Findlay (Ohio) L A 6-13 #NAIA Quarter Finals

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1982 Record: 4-4 • H: 2-2 • A: 2-2 Coach Buddy Fornes 9-11 at Sul Ross State 9-18 Lubbock Christian 10-2 at McMurry 10-9 at Austin College 10-16 Sul Ross State 10-23 at Lubbock Christian 11-6 McMurry College 11-13 Austin College

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A 6-33 H 31-0 A 21-7 A 18-28 H 9-35 A 37-14 H 12-3 H 7-10

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H 14-10 A 7-9 H 3-7 H 3-17

1983 Record: 2-7 • H: 2-3 • A: 0-4 Coach Bobby Fox 9-17 Sul Ross State 9-24 at Georgia Southwestern 10-1 McMurry 10-8 Austin College


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A 10-34 H 42-7 H 6-21 A 0-17 A 0-34

1984

Record: 3-7 • H: 2-3 • A: 1-4 Coach Bill Pringle 9-7 Okla. Panhandle State 9-14 at Howard Payne 9-21 Henderson State (Ark.) 9-28 at Texas Lutheran 10-5 Sul Ross State 10-12 at McMurry 10-19 Austin College 10-26 at Sul Ross State 11-2 McMurry 11-9 at Austin College

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0-12 9-20 6-26 3-21 10-13 18-15 24-21 7-48 44-19 3-23

1986 TIAA Champions

1987 TIAA Champions Record: 9-3-1, 6-0 TIAA • H: 5-2 • A: 4-1 Coach Bill Pringle 9-12 at Howard Payne W A 16-6 9-19 Harding (Ark.) L H 14-21 9-26 at Texas Lutheran L A 6-27

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24-0 21-3 20-17 41-6 17-23 35-7 31-14 30-0 17-20 15-33

1992

1988 Record: 7-3 • H: 4-1 • A: 3-2 Coach Hal McAfee 9-10 McMurry W 9-17 at Howard Payne W 9-24 Sul Ross State W-OT 10-1 Midwestern State W 10-8 at Austin College L 10-15 at McMurry W 10-22 Howard Payne W 10-29 at Sul Ross State W 11-5 at Midwestern State L 11-12 Austin College L

1989 TIAA Champions Record: 9-3, 8-2 TIAA • H: 5-1 • A: 4-2 Coach Hal McAfee 9-9 at McMurry W A 37-10 9-16 Howard Payne W H 26-20 9-23 at Sul Ross State L A 22-24 9-30 at Midwestern State W A 20-6 10-7 Austin College W H 20-6 10-14 McMurry W H 28-10 10-21 at Howard Payne L A 7-44 10-28 Sul Ross State W H 14-9 11-4 Midwestern State W H 49-11 11-11 at Austin College W A 16-10 11-18 #at St. Mary’s (Kan.) W A 16-6 11-25 #Westminister (Pa.) L H 0-34 #NAIA Playoffs

1990 TIAA Champions Record: 11-1, 6-0 TIAA • H: 5-0 • A: 6-1 Coach Hal McAfee 9-1 at East Central (Okla.) W A 21-14 9-15 at West Texas A&M W A 16-15 9-22 Howard Payne W H 36-22 9-29 Austin College W H 20-17 10-6 at McMurry W A 42-7 10-13 Langston (Okla.) W H 22-21 10-20 Hardin-Simmons W H 27-7 10-27 at Howard Payne W A 40-19 11-3 Midwestern State W H 35-0 11-10 at Sul Ross State W A 35-7 11-17 #at St. Mary’s (Kan.) W A 24-14 11-24 #at Westminister (Pa.) L A 17-19 #NAIA Playoffs

Record: 3-7 • H: 1-3 • A: 2-4 Coach Hal McAfee 9-7 East Central (Okla.) 9-14 Cameron (Okla.) 9-21 at Northwestern Okla. 9-28 at Austin College 10-5 Southwestern (Kan.) 10-12 at Wilmington (Ohio) 10-19 at Hardin-Simmons 11-2 at Midwestern State 11-9 Arkansas-Monticello 11-16 at Western New Mexico

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24-21 16-38 34-31 23-49 7-12 10-68 44-37 15-57 28-27 31-14

Record: 3-6-1 • H: 2-3 • A: 1-3-1 Coach Ronnie Roemisch 9-3 Southeastern Okla. L 9-10 Midwestern State W 9-17 at Southern Arkansas T 9-24 Ouachita Baptist (Ark.) L 10-1 at Angelo State L 10-15 at Eastern New Mexico L 10-22 at Texas A&M-Kingsville L 10-29 West Texas A&M L 11-5 at Prairie View A&M W 11-12 Southwestern College W

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22-36 45-21 21-21 12-42 42-52 7-10 24-61 33-59 70-20 49-30

Record: 6-4 • H: 4-1 • A: 2-3 Coach Hal McAfee 9-5 at East Central (Okla.) 9-12 at Cameron (Okla.) 9-19 Okla. Panhandle State 9-26 Ouachita Baptist (Ark.) 10-3 at Southwestern Okla. 10-17 at Hardin-Simmons 10-24 Northwestern Okla. 10-31 West Texas A&M 11-7 at Arkansas-Monticello 11-14 Langston (Okla.)

1993 Record: 5-5 • H: 4-1 • A: 1-4 Coach Ronnie Roemisch 9-4 East Central (Okla.) 9-11 at Northeastern Okla. 9-18 Southern Arkansas 9-25 at Ouachita Baptist (Ark.) 10-2 Southwestern Okla. 10-9 at Valdosta State (Ga.) 10-16 Hardin-Simmons 10-23 at Abilene Christian 10-30 at West Texas A&M 11-6 Lindenwood (Mo.)

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1991

The LSC

Record: 9-1-1, 6-0 TIAA H: 5-0 • A: 1-0 • N: 1-0 Coach Bill Pringle 9-6 at Okla. Panhandle State L A 9-13 Howard Payne W H 9-20 at Harding (Ark.) T A 9-27 Texas Lutheran W H 10-4 at Sul Ross State W A 10-11 McMurry W H 10-18 at Austin College W A 10-25 Sul Ross State W H 11-1 at McMurry W A 11-8 Austin College W H 11-22 *Benedictine (Kan.) W N *Sunflower Bowl (Winfield, Kan.)

35-22 41-15 45-20 42-0 20-16 37-6 35-17 38-26 12-13

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H A H A H A H A H A

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Evangel (Mo.) Sul Ross State at McMurry Austin College at Sul Ross State McMurry at Austin College #Bethany (Kan.) #Baker (Kan.) #NAIA Playoffs

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Record: 6-5 • H: 3-2 • A: 3-3 Coach Bobby Fox 9-8 Tabor (Kan.) W 9-15 at Colorado Mines W 9-22 at Henderson State (Ark.) L 9-29 Texas Lutheran L 10-6 at Sul Ross State W 10-13 McMurry W 10-20 at Austin College L 10-27 Sul Ross State W 11-3 at McMurry W 11-10 Austin College L 11-17 %Mexico All-Stars L %Aztec Bowl

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2000 Record: 6-5, 5-4 LSC • H: 5-1 • A: 1-4 Coach Todd Whitten 9-2 at Harding (Ark.) L A 9-9 Western New Mexico W H 9-16 at Southwestern Okla. W A 9-23 Southeastern Okla. W H 9-30 at Texas A&M-Kingsville L A 10-7 West Texas A&M W H 10-14 at Eastern New Mexico L A 10-21 Abilene Christian W H 10-28 at Angelo State L A 11-4 Midwestern State L H 11-11 A&M-Commerce W H

38-52 45-7 27-22 41-0 19-31 43-19 27-34 15-13 25-45 23-44 9-7

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1995

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Record: 1-10, 0-7 LSC • H: 1-4 • A: 0-6 Coach Ronnie Roemisch 9-2 East Central (Okla.) L H 12-35 9-9 at Midwestern State L A 35-44 9-16 at Southeastern Okla. L A 0-47 9-23 Prairie View A&M W H 44-6 9-30 Texas A&M-Kingsville L H 0-51 10-7 at West Texas A&M L A 23-46 10-14 Eastern New Mexico L H 7-28 10-21 at Abilene Christian L A 18-38 10-28 at Angelo State L A 7-35 11-4 Central Oklahoma L H 0-47 11-11 at A&M-Commerce L A 3-48

1996 Record: 5-5, 2-5 LSC • H: 4-2 • A: 1-3 Coach Todd Whitten 9-5 Midwestern State W H 9-14 Southeastern Okla. W H 9-21 at East Central (Okla.) W A 10-5 at Texas A&M-Kingsville L A 10-12 West Texas A&M W H 10-19 at Eastern New Mexico L A 10-26 Abilene Christian L H 11-2 Angelo State W H 11-9 at Central Oklahoma L A 11-16 A&M-Commerce L H

23-10 31-25 45-35 10-40 27-17 17-24 10-20 42-38 14-17 17-56

1997 Record: 4-7, 2-5 LSC • H: 2-3 • A: 2-4 Coach Craig Wederquist 9-4 New Mexico Highlands L H 9-13 at Southeastern Okla. W A 9-20 Harding (Ark.) W H 9-27 at Central Oklahoma L A 10-4 Texas A&M-Kingsville L H

29-34 31-22 49-46 19-28 14-43

10-11 10-18 10-25 11-1 11-8 11-15

at West Texas A&M Eastern New Mexico at Abilene Christian at Angelo State Midwestern State at A&M-Commerce

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17-31 20-26 17-23 13-47 29-28 49-21

1998 Record: 3-8, 3-6 LSC • H: 2-4 • A: 1-4 Coach Craig Wederquist 9-3 New Mexico Highlands L H 14-21 9-12 at Stephen F. Austin L A 3-28 9-19 at Harding (Ark.) L-OT A 21-28 9-26 Central Oklahoma L H 17-31 10-3 at Texas A&M-Kingsville L A 7-42 10-10 West Texas A&M L H 6-35 10-17 at Eastern New Mexico L A 7-42 10-24 Abilene Christian W H 33-31 10-31 Angelo State L H 16-41 11-7 at Midwestern State W A 37-16 11-14 A&M-Commerce W H 35-30

1999 Record: 5-6, 5-4 LSC • H: 2-3 • A: 3-3 Coach Craig Wederquist 9-4 Harding (Ark.) L H 16-44 9-11 Southwestern Okla. W H 7-3 9-18 at Northwestern State(La) L A 6-52 9-25 at East Central (Okla.) W A 33-31 10-2 Texas A&M-Kingsville W H 23-7 10-9 at West Texas A&M L A 6-7 10-16 Eastern New Mexico L H 13-27 10-23 at Abilene Christian W A 14-9 10-30 at Angelo State L A 17-27 11-6 Midwestern State L H 3-21 11-13 at A&M-Commerce W A 27-23

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LSC Champions Record: 10-3, 8-1 LSC • H: 4-1 • A: 6-2 Coach Todd Whitten 9-1 Langston (Okla.) W H 47-13 9-8 at Sam Houston State L A 10-61 9-15 Southwestern Okla. W H 21-20 9-22 at Southeastern Okla. W A 39-32 9-29 Texas A&M-Kingsville L H 20-23 10-6 at West Texas A&M W A 62-3 10-13 Eastern New Mexico W H 55-14 10-20 at Abilene Christian W A 52-7 10-27 Angelo State W H 41-7 11-3 at Midwestern State W A 44-37 11-10 at A&M-Commerce W A 34-24 11-17 ^at Chadron State (Neb.) W A 28-24 11-24 ^at UC Davis L A 25-42 ^NCAA Playoffs

2002 LSC North Division Champions Record: 9-2, 6-2 LSC • H: 6-0 • A: 3-2 Coach Todd Whitten 8-29 SW Assemblies of God W H 62-0 9-5 New Mexico Highlands W H 53-7 9-14 at Angelo State W A 38-0 9-21 Abilene Christian W H 12-9 9-28 at Texas A&M-Kingsville L A 3-16 10-5 East Central (Okla.) W H 35-26 10-19 Southeastern Okla. W H 62-31 10-26 at Northeastern (Okla.) L-OT A 28-29 11-2 at West Texas A&M W A 42-17 11-9 Southwestern Okla. W H 33-30 11-16 at Central Oklahoma W A 34-27

2003 LSC North Division Champions Record: 8-4, 6-2 LSC • H: 4-2 • A: 4-2 Coach Todd Whitten 9-4 Southern Arkansas L H 24-27 9-13 Angelo State W H 40-9 9-20 at Abilene Christian W A 41-7 9-27 Texas A&M-Kingsville L H 15-23 10-4 at East Central (Okla.) W A 42-14 10-9 at Sam Houston State W A 39-20 10-18 at Southeastern Okla. W A 42-28


All-Time Scores Northeastern (Okla.) W-OT West Texas A&M W at Southwestern Okla. L Central Oklahoma W ^at Texas A&M-Kingsville L ^NCAA Playoffs

H H A H A

48-44 47-27 17-21 38-23 10-34

10-13 10-20 10-27 11-3 11-10

Midwestern State W at Eastern New Mexico W Abilene Christian L at Angelo State W West Texas A&M L

H A H A H

51-10 38-10 38-6 42-17 24-21 16-27 37-16 42-21 17-37 31-24 0-51

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2008 2004 Record: 7-4, 6-3 LSC • H: 3-2 • A: 6-3 • N: 1-0 Coach Todd Whitten 8-26 *New Mexico Highlands W N 35-7 9-4 A&M-Commerce W H 42-16 9-11 at Midwestern State W A 19-3 9-18 Abilene Christian L H 14-31 9-25 at Central Oklahoma L A 17-42 10-2 East Central (Okla.) L H 17-21 10-7 at Sam Houston State L A 14-44 10-16 Southeastern Okla. W H 32-27 10-23 at Northeastern (Okla.) W A 52-14 10-30 at West Texas A&M W A 34-14 11-6 Southwestern Okla. W H 46-12 *UTA Stadium (Arlington, Texas)

2005

2006

Record: 9-2, 7-2 LSC • H: 4-2 • A: 5-0 Coach Sam McElroy 8-25 East Central (Okla.) W H 44-7 9-1 at Stephen F. Austin W A 27-24 9-8 at Southeastern Okla. W A 41-17 9-22 A&M-Commerce W H 24-7 9-29 Southwestern Okla. W H 43-19 10-6 at Texas A&M-Kingsville W A 31-21

Record: 3-8, 3-7 LSC • H: 2-3 • A: 1-5 Coach Cary Fowler 9-2 Northeastern (Okla.) L H 9-11 at Central Oklahoma L A 9-18 at Northwestern (La.) L A 9-25 at Abilene Christian L A 10-2 Angelo State W H 10-9 at West Texas A&M L A 10-16 at A&M-Commerce W A 10-23 Texas A&M-Kingsville L H 10-30 at Midwestern State L A 11-6 Incarnate Word W H 11-13 Eastern New Mexico L H

23-31 21-37 14-17 3-65 37-34 17-48 34-31 10-13 26-31 41-27 10-35

2011 Record: 6-5, 5-3 LSC • H: 3-2 • A: 3-3 Coach Cary Fowler 9-1 Abilene Christian L H 24-27 9-10 at West Alabama L A 35-42 9-17 at Texas State L A 28-38

Record: 6-4, 5-3 LSC • H: 3-2 • A: 3-1 N: 0-1 Coach Cary Fowler 9-8 Midwestern State W H 20-17 9-15 !Abilene Christian L N 31-34 9-22 Eastern New Mexico W H 35-23 9-29 at West Texas A&M L A 21-41 10-6 Delta State L H 35-38 10-13 at A&M-Commerce W A 43-10 10-20 Texas A&M-Kingsville L H 23-35 10-27 at Incarnate Word W A 45-20 11-3 at North Alabama W A 38-28 11-10 Angelo State W H 54-37 !LSC Festival at Cowboy’s Stadium

Texan Milestones Victories 1st 1915 50th 1925 100th 1936 150th 1950 200th 1964 250th 9/19/81 300th 10/28/89 350th 9/9/00 400th 10/21/06

vs. Thorp Springs (39-7) vs. Wichita Falls (55-0) vs. Decatur Baptist (35-0) vs. Schiener Institute (26-13) vs. Corpus Christi (7-0) vs. McMurry (22-12) vs. Sul Ross (14-9) vs. Western N.M. (45-7) vs. Eastern N.M. (48-0)

LSC Victories 1st 1970 vs. Stephen F. Austin (21-13) 50th 9/3/05 vs. A&M-Commerce (17-7)

Highest Scoring Games* Opponent Prairie View A&M Southwestern Okla. Abilene Christian West Texas A&M SW Assemblies of God Southeastern Okla. Texas A&M-Kingsville Lubbock Christian Eastern New Mexico A&M-Commerce Angelo State

70-20 66-3 63-70 62-3 62-0 62-31 57-56 2OT 55-0 55-14 54-27 54-37

11/5/94 9/26/09 10/27/07 10/6/01 8/29/02 10/19/02 11/14/09 9/22/79 10/13/01 10/15/11 11/10/12

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Texan Football The University

2007

2010

34-28 13-44 13-44 54-27 41-34 48-10 44-3 28-23

The LSC

LSC South Division Co-Champions Record: 6-4, 6-3 LSC • H: 3-1 • A: 3-3 Coach Sam McElroy 9-2 at Texas State L A 23-27 9-9 Southeastern Okla. L H 30-37 9-23 at A&M-Commerce L A 13-14 9-30 at Southwestern Okla. W A 21-19 10-7 Texas A&M-Kingsville W H 23-0 10-14 at Midwestern State W A 38-17 10-21 Eastern New Mexico W H 48-0 10-28 at Abilene Christian W A 37-36 11-4 Angelo State W H 41-10 11-11 at West Texas A&M L A 16-21

LSC Co-Champions Record: 10-3, 7-2 LSC • H: 5-1 • A: 5-2 Coach Sam McElroy 8-27 Arkansas-Monticello W H 45-16 9-5 at Northeastern (Okla.) W A 6-0 9-12 East Central (Okla.) W H 41-2 9-19 at Central Oklahoma W A 35-17 9-26 Southwestern Okla. W H 66-3 10-3 at Texas A&M-Kingsville L A 20-34 10-10 Midwestern State W H 31-28 10-17 at Eastern New Mexico W A 30-20 10-24 Abilene Christian W H 13-6 10-31 at Angelo State W A 21-14 11-7 West Texas A&M L H 35-49 11-14 ^at Texas A&M-Kingsville W-2OT A 57-56 11-21 ^at Central Washington L A 6-27 ^NCAA Playoffs

A H A H A H H A

History/Records

17-7 45-21 34-25 16-9 21-24 37-7 34-27 7-18 30-17 26-30

2009

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Record: 7-3, 6-3 LSC • H: 3-2 • A: 4-1 Coach Sam McElroy 9-3 at A&M-Commerce W A 9-10 Western New Mexico W H 9-17 Northeastern (Okla.) W H 9-24 at Southwestern Okla. W A 10-1 at Texas A&M-Kingsville L A 10-8 Midwestern State W H 10-15 at Eastern New Mexico W A 10-22 Abilene Christian L H 10-29 at Angelo State W A 11-6 West Texas A&M L H

Record: 8-3, 6-3 LSC • H: 5-1 • A: 3-2 Coach Sam McElroy 8-28 Southeastern Okla. W H 9-6 Northeastern (Okla.) W H 9-13 at East Central (Okla.) W A 9-20 Central Oklahoma W H 9-27 at Southwestern Okla. W A 10-4 Texas A&M-Kingsville L H 10-11 at Midwestern State W A 10-18 Eastern New Mexico W H 10-25 at Abilene Christian L A 10-30 Angelo State W H 11-8 at West Texas A&M L A

at Eastern New Mexico West Texas A&M at Midwestern State A&M-Commerce at Texas A&M-Kingsville Incarnate Word Millsaps at Angelo State

The Players

9-24 10-1 10-8 10-15 10-22 10-29 11-5 11-12

The Coaches

44-32 40-10 63-70 38-10 14-39

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Abilene Christian

(11-19-4)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. N 9/15/12 L 31-34 6,027 H 9/1/11 L 24-27 6,412 A 9/25/10 L 3-65 7,836 H 10/24/09 W 13-6 7,326 A 10/25/08 L 17-37 10,585 H 10/27/07 L 63-70 6,412 A 10/21/06 W 37-36 9,000 H 10/22/05 L 7-18 4,762 H 9/18/04 L 14-31 6,018 A 9/20/03 W 41-7 6,500 H 9/21/02 W 12-9 6,200 A 10/20/01 W 52-7 9,672 H 10/21/00 W 15-13 3,700 A 10/23/99 W 14-9 8,500 H 10/24/98 W 33-31 4,800 A 10/15/97 L 17-23 8,000 H 10/26/96 L 10-20 5,150 A 10/21/95 L 18-38 8,450 A 10/23/93 L 15-57 9,500 H 11/8/75 L 21-35 -A 11/9/74 L 14-56 -H 11/3/73 L 7-49 --- 1938 L 6-21 --- 1937 W 7-6 --- 1934 T 6-6 --- 1933 L 0-19 --- 1932 T 6-6 --- 1931 L 0-13 --- 1930 L 0-18 --- 1929 L 0-19 --- 1928 W 12-6 --- 1927 T 6-6 --- 1923 W 7-3 --- 1920 T 0-0 --

Angelo State

(15-14)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 11/10/12 W 54-37 6,348 A 11/12/11 W 28-23 4,721 H 10/2/10 W 37-34 6,832 A 10/31/09 W 21-14 5,432 H 10/30/08 W 31-24 6,314 A 11/3/07 W 38-10 6,500 H 11/4/06 W 41-10 5,763 A 10/29/05 W 30-17 8,594 H 9/13/03 W 40-9 3,248 A 9/14/02 W 38-0 6,200 H 10/27/01 W 41-7 4,000 A 11/18/00 L 25-45 2,750 A 10/30/99 L 17-25 5,000 H 10/31/98 L 16-24 1,200 A 11/1/97 L 13-47 8,000 H 11/2/96 W 42-38 1,800 A 10/28/95 L 7-35 7,850 A 10/1/94 L 42-52 6,000 A 10/4/75 L 10-36 -H 10/5/74 L 7-55 -A 9/29/73 L 6-32 -H 9/30/72 L 7-28 --

A H A H A H A

10/2/71 10/3/70 1/1/69 11/2/68 10/28/67 11/12/66 11/13/65

L L L W L W W

13-42 0-43 14-40 24-10 20-34 44-8 54-14

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Arkansas-Monticello (2-2) H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 8/27/09 W 45-16 5,348 A 11/7/92 L 32-39 1,750 H 11/9/92 L 21-35 3,100 A 9/23/78 W 10-7 -

Arkansas Tech

(2-4)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. N/A 1969 W 19-17 -N/A 1968 L 14-17 -N/A 1967 L 19-27 -N/A 10/22/66 W 7-21 -N/A 1965 L 0-10 -N/A 1964 L 7-16 --

Austin College

(11-16)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 9/28/91 L 7-10 2,100 H 9/29/90 W 20-17 4,050 A 11/11/89 W 16-10 3,500 H 10/7/89 W 20-6 3,218 H 11/12/88 L 15-33 4,100 A 10/8/88 L 17-32 3,596 A 11/14/87 W 35-17 -H 10/24/87 W 42-0 4,000 H 11/8/86 W 38-21 3,300 A 10/18/86 W 27-10 14,869 A 11/9/85 L 3-23 -H 10/19/85 W 24-21 1,500 H 11/10/84 L 19-20 2,000 A 10/20/84 L 0-24 1,669 A 11/12/83 L 0-34 -H 10/8/83 L 3-17 200 H 11/13/82 L 7-10 -A 10/9/82 L 18-28 -H 10/31/81 L 21-30 -A 9/26/81 L 7-50 -A 10/25/80 L 7-23 -H 9/20/80 L 13-23 -H 10/13/79 L 20-34 -A 9/8/79 L 13-17 -A 10/14/78 W 3-0 -H 9/8/78 W 24-7 -A 10/8/77 W 21-13 --

Baker (Kan.)

(0-1)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 11/28/87 L 12-13 --

Baptist Christian (La.) (1-0) H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 9/14/74 W 43-0 --

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Benedictine (Kan.)

(1-0)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 11/22/86 W 40-38 --

Bethany (Kan.)

(1-0)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 11/21/87 W 38-26 --

Bishop College

(2-2)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 9/11/76 L 0-7 -H 9/13/75 L 2-27 -A 9/16/72 L 14-19* -H 9/18/71 W 33-6 -* Bishop later forfeited this game

California-Davis (0-1) H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 11/24/01 L 25-42^ 5,377 ^ NCAA Playoffs

Cameron (Okla.)

(1-2)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 9/12/92 W 17-6 2,150 H 9/14/91 L 7-24 2,750 -- 1968 L 21-44 --

Central Oklahoma

(4-6)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 9/11/10 L 21-37 3,200 A 9/19/09 L 17-35 4,108 H 9/20/08 W 42-17 5,618 A 9/25/04 L 17-42 6,648 H 11/15/03 W 38-23 3,218 A 11/16/02 W 34-27 2,300 H 9/26/98 L 17-31 4,000 A 9/27/97 L 19-28 3,800 A 11/9/96 L 14-17 1,800 H 11/4/95 L 0-47 1,200

Central Washington

(0-1)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 11/21/09 L 6-27^ 6,162 ^ NCAA Playoffs

Chadron State (Neb.) (1-0) H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 11/17/01 W 28-24^ 5,400 ^ NCAA Playoffs

Colorado Mines

(1-0)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 9/15/84 W 21-14 1,196

Corpus Christi

(5-0)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 10/16/65 W 7-6 --- 1964 W 7-0 --- 1963 W 21-0 --- 1962 W 20-0 --


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29-8

Delta State (Miss.)

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(0-1)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 10/6/12 L 35-38 2,218

East Central (Okla.)

(10-12)

Langston (Okla.)

Harding (Ark.)

Lubbock Christian

(2-1)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 9/1/01 W 47-13 3,100 11/14/92 L 16-43 1,200 Hardin-Simmons H H 10/13/90 W 22-21 2,500 (3-1) H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 10/16/93 W 44-37 9,850 Lindenwood (Mo.) A 10/17/92 L 14-24 3,750 (1-0) A 10/19/91 W 35-0 2,000 H/A Date W/L Score Att. 11/6/93 W 31-14 500 H 10/20/90 W 27-7 4,800 H

(2-6-1)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 9/2/00 L 38-52 4,700 H 9/4/99 L 16-44 3,200 A 9/19/98 L 21-28-OT 4,800 H 9/20/97 W 49-46 4,850 H 9/19/87 L 14-21 5,000 A 9/20/86 T 17-17 -H 10/22/77 W 12-7 -A 10/30/76 L 7-24 -H 9/8/73 L 7-21 --

Henderson State (Ark.) (3-3) H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 9/21/85 L 6-26 1,000 A 9/22/84 L 7-34 -N/A 1964 W 21-7 -N/A 1963 L 0-3 -H 1962 W 14-12 -N/A 1961 W 21-14 --

Howard Payne

(8-13)

McMurry

(25-13)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 10/6/90 W 42-7 1,000 H 10/14/89 W 28-10 4,382 A 9/9/89 W 37-10 3,250 A 10/15/88 W 35-7 -H 9/8/88 W 24-0 3,200 H 11/7/87 W 37-6 2,500 A 10/17/87 W 45-20 -A 11/1/86 W 21-14 5,000 H 10/11/86 W 21-14 5,000 H 11/2/85 W 44-19 5,100 A 10/12/85 W 18-15 2,500 A 11/3/84 W 7-0 1,500 H 10/13/84 W 20-3 1,800 A 11/5/83 L 0-17 1,500 H 10/1/83 L 3-7 2,000 H 11/6/82 W 12-3 -A 10/2/82 W 21-7 -A 10/24/81 W 21-10 -H 9/19/81 W 22-12 -H 10/18/80 L 0-28 -A 9/13/80 L 11-21 -A 11/8/79 L 10-14 -H 10/6/79 W 20-14 -H 11/11/78 W 29-6 -A 10/7/78 W 21-6 -A 11/12/77 W 27-14 -A 9/9/72 W 24-14 -H 11/6/71 W 24-21 --- 1970 L 14-19 --- 1969 L 15-38 --- 1968 L 7-58 --- 1967 L 0-36 -WWW.TARLETONSPORTS.COM

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H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 10/27/90 W 40-19 4,125 H 9/22/90 W 36-22 3,850 A 10/21/89 L 7-44 6,127 H 9/16/89 W 21-3 4,100 H 10/22/88 W 31-14 5,500 A 9/17/88 W 21-3 1,100 A 9/12/87 W 16-6 -H 9/13/86 W 21-2 5,000 A 9/14/85 L 9-20 1,200 H 10/23/76 W 38-21 -A 10/25/75 L 6-7 -H 10/26/74 L 6-41 -A 10/20/73 L 0-31 -H 10/21/72 L 16-20 -A 10/23/71 L 14-29 --- 1970 L 21-38 --- 1969 L 10-30 --- 1968 L 14-28 --- 1967 L 13-35 --- 9/16/66 L 0-7 --- 1965 L 0-6 --

(8-0)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 10/23/82 W 37-14 -H 9/18/82 W 31-0 -H 11/14/81 W 26-0 -A 10/8/81 W 18-11 -A 11/8/80 W 28-7 -H 10/4/80 W 31-0 -H 10/27/79 W 36-6 -A 9/22/79 W 55-0 --

The LSC

(1-0)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 10/3/87 W 35-22 3,300

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 9/24/83 L 7-9

History/Records

Evangel (Mo.)

(0-1)

(3-0)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 10/27/12 W 45-20 2,069 H 10/29/11 W 48-10 5,517 H 11/6/10 W 41-27 4,960

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H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 9/22/12 W 35-23 6,437 A 9/24/11 W 34-28 2,313 H 11/13/10 L 10-35 4,026 A 10/17/09 W 30-20 3,285 H 10/18/08 W 42-21 5,348 A 10/20/07 W 40-10 3,400 H 10/21/06 W 48-0 5,787 A 10/15/05 W 34-27 800 H 10/13/01 W 55-14 4,800 A 10/14/00 L 27-34 2,000 H 10/17/99 L 13-27 5,300 A 10/17/98 L 6-35 2,000 H 10/18/97 L 20-26 5,200 A 10/19/96 L 17-24 625 H 10/14/95 L 7-28 750 A 10/15/94 L 7-10 750 H 10/29/83 L 6-21 2,800 A 9/25965 L 12-20 --- 1963 L 6-33 --- 1962 L 7-13 --- 1961 L 20-42 --

Georgia Southwestern)

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Eastern New Mexico (8-13)

(0-1)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 11/18/78 L 6-13

The Coaches

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 9/12/09 W 41-2 1,248 A 9/13/08 W 38-6 900 H 8/25/07 W 44-7 5,618 H 10/2/04 L 17-21 3,156 A 10/4/03 W 42-14 2,800 H 10/5/02 W 35-26 3,100 A 9/25/99 W 33-31 2,500 A 9/21/96 W 45-35 2,600 H 9/2/95 L 12-35 3,200 H 9/4/93 W 24-21 1,800 A 9/5/92 W 33-26 2,300 H 9/7/91 L 0-16 2,500 H 9/1/90 W 21-14 2,250 -- 1969 L 16-34 -A 11/16/68 L 54-20 -H 11/11/67 L 0-28 -A 11/5/66 L 13-35 --- 1965 L 0-28 --- 1964 L 0-14 --- 1963 L 13-44 --- 1962 L 3-13 -A 1961 L 6-21 --

Findlay (Ohio)

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12-7 0-3 7-12 29-13 12-33 8-42

Midwestern State

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(16-7)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 9/8/12 W 20-17 6,027 A 10/8/11 L 3-44 2,017 A 10/30/10 L 26-31 8,532 H 10/10/09 W 31-28 4,682 A 10/11/08 W 37-16 7,752 H 10/13/07 W 44-35 5,712 A 10/14/06 W 38-17 6,138 H 10/8/05 W 37-7 4,136 A 9/11/04 W 19-3 9,500 A 11/3/01 W 44-37 4,500 H 11/4/00 L 23-44 2,800 H 11/6/99 L 3-21 2,800 A 11/8/98 W 37-16 900 H 11/8/97 W 29-28 1,800 H 9/5/96 W 23-10 3,850 A 9/9/95 L 35-44 3,800 H 9/8/94 W 45-21 3,300 A 11/2/91 L 14-41 1,000 H 11/3/90 W 35-0 2,100 H 11/4/89 W 49-11 2,200 A 9/30/89 W 20-6 8,707 A 11/5/88 L 17-20 7,500 H 10/1/88 W 41-6 3,800

Millsaps College (Miss.) (1-0) H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 11/5/11 W 44-3 2,017

New Mexico Highlands

(2-2)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 8/26/04 W 35-7 2,538 H 9/5/02 W 53-7 2,400 H 9/3/98 L 14-21 4,200 H 9/4/97 L 29-34 4,000

North Alabama

(1-0)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 11/3/12 W 38-28 9,067

Northeastern State (Okla.) (5-3) H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 9/2/10 L 23-31 5,824 A 9/5/09 W 6-0 2,500 H 9/6/08 W 38-10 4,928 H 9/17/05 W 34-25 5,352 A 10/23/04 W 52-14 1,500 H 10/25/03 W 48-44-OT 4,382 A 10/26/02 L 28-29-OT 200 A 9/11/93 L 16-38 6,300

Northwestern Oklahoma

(2-2)

H/A Date W/L Score Att.

H A A H

10/24/92 9/21/91 9/24/77 9/25/76

W L L W

35-17 21-27 22-42 15-14

4,800 2,850 ---

Northwestern State (La.) (0-3) H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 9/18/10 L 14-17 7,056 A 9/18/99 L 6-52 14,450 H 1962 L 6-31 --

Oklahoma Panhandle State (1-2) H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 9/19/92 W 31-7 3,200 A 9/6/86 L 12-27 -H 9/7/85 L 0-12 2,000

Ouachita Baptist (Ark.) (1-2) H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 9/24/94 L 12-42 3,500 A 9/26/93 L 23-49 100 H 9/26/92 W 21-8 2,600

Prairie View A&M (2-0)

H A H A H A H H A

10/19/02 9/22/01 9/23/00 9/13/97 9/14/96 9/16/95 9/3/94 10/15/77 10/16/76

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62-31 39-32 41-0 31-22 31-25 0-47 22-36 10-19 17-33

Southern Arkansas

4,000 2,457 4,100 4,100 3,300 3,100 2,300 ---

(1-1-1)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 9/4/03 L 24-27 3,853 A 9/17/94 T 21-21 4,000 H 9/18/93 W 34-34 1,200

Southwest Baptist (Mo.) (1-0) H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 10/22/83 W 42-7 --

Southwestern (Kan.) (2-0) H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 11/12/94 W 49-30 1,400 H 10/5/91 W 18-7 4,250

SW Assembiles of God

(1-0)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 9/23/95 W 44-6 3,300 A 9/23/95 W 70-20 11,000

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 8/29/02 W 62-0 3,000

St. Mary’s of the Plains (Kan.) (2-0)

Southwestern Oklahoma (14-10)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 11/17/90 W 24-14# 2,393 A 11/18/89 W 16-6# 2,500 # NAIA Playoffs

Sam Houston State

(2-14)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 10/7/04 L 14-44 6,144 A 10/9/03 W 39-20 1,420 A 9/8/01 L 10-61 7,000 H 10/18/75 L 16-40 -A 10/19/74 L 0-35 -H 10/13/73 L 6-7 -A 10/14/72 L 13-17 -H 10/16/71 L 0-16 --- 1970 L 7-48 --- 1969 L 7-29 --- 1968 L 7-28 --- 1967 L 6-23 -A 10/1/66 W 19-13 --- 1965 L 3-14 --- 1964 L 8-10 --- 1963 L 0-21 --

Southeastern Oklahoma

(9-5)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 8/28/08 W 51-10 5,314 A 9/8/07 W 41-17 2,067 H 9/9/07 L 30-37 5,326 H 10/16/04 W 32-27 4,318 A 10/18/03 W 42-28 2,100

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H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 9/26/09 W 66-3 6,248 A 9/27/08 W 24-21 2,000 H 9/29/07 W 43-19 5,862 A 9/30/06 W 21-19 3,500 A 9/24/05 W 16-9 5,000 H 11/6/04 W 46-12 2,836 A 9/8/03 L 17-21 763 H 9/9/02 W 33-30 3,000 H 9/15/01 W 21-20 2,900 A 9/16/00 W 27-22 5,217 H 9/11/99 W 7-3 1,200 H 10/2/93 L 7-12 1,050 A 10/3/92 L 0-27 6,500 H 10/1/77 L 14-17 -A 10/2/76 L 0-10 -A 11/8/69 L 7-52 -H 11/9/98 W 42-28 -A 11/18/67 L 16-24 -H 11/19/66 W 42-7 -A 11/20/65 L 7-43 -H 11/21/64 W 31-0 --- 1963 L 7-14 -H 1962 L 13-20 -H 9/16/61 W 20-14 --

Stephen F. Austin

(3-8)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 9/1/07 W 27-24-OT 8,192 A 9/12/98 L 3-28 6,300 A 11/15/75 W 15-14 --


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L L L L W L L L

7-35 28-49 18-40 7-42 21-13 19-28 3-17 0-28

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34-31 24-7 13-14 17-7 42-16 34-24 9-7 27-23 35-30 49-21 17-56 3-48 13-49 7-45 13-42 6-27 10-24 0-41

Texas A&M-Kingsville

1,815 3,112 1,789 2,530 4,216 7,021 2,400 4,617 500 1,150 1,500 2,200 -------

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(6-11)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 9/26/87 L 6-27 -9/27/86 W 21-16 4,500 Texas-Arlington H H 9/28/85 L 3-21 -(0-2) H 9/29/84 L 10-13 3,000 H/A Date W/L Score Att. 9/3/77 W 17-7 -H 10/14/67 L 7-37 -- A 9/4/76 L 9-21 -N/A 10/29/66 L 15-46 8,500 H H 9/6/75 L 6-42 -H 9/7/74 L 0-30 -A&M-Commerce (11-9) -- 1969 L 6-24 -H/A Date W/L Score Att. 19668 L 20-23 -A 10/13/12 W 43-10 2,105 -- 1967 W 28-26 -H 10/15/11 W 41-34 4,753 --

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28-6 27-0 8-24 31-0 34-14 0-35

Texas State

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(0-10)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 9/17/11 L 2-38 15,800 A 9/2/06 L 20-27 15,388 A 10/11/75 L 6-42 -H 10/12/74 L 0-35 -A 10/6/73 L 7-33 -H 10/7/72 L 14-50 -A 10/9/71 L 7-51 -H 10/10/70 L 7-41 -A 1962 L 0-29 -A 1961 L 20-21 --

Trinity

(6-3-1)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 10/17/81 W 34-32 -A 9/12/81 W 20-0 -A 10/11/80 L 0-10 -H 9/6/80 W 21-14 -H 11/3/79 L 24-34 -A 9/29/79 W 19-9 -A 11/4/78 T 6-6 -H 9/30/78 W 17-2 -H 9/17/77 W 17-13 -A 9/18/76 L 0-7 --

Valdosta State (Ga.)

(0-1)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 10/9/93 L 10-68 3,215

West Alabama

(0-1)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 9/10/11 L 35-42 5,827

West Texas A&M

(9-13)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 9/29/12 L 21-41 7,825 H 10/1/11 L 13-44 7,534 A 10/9/10 L 17-48 16,218 H 11/7/09 L 35-49 7,038 A 11/8/08 L 0-51 9,416 H 11/10/07 L 14-39 2,068 A 11/11/06 L 16-21 10,647 H 11/6/05 L 26-30 4,684 A 10/30/04 W 34-14 2,068 H 11/1/03 W 47-27 3,728 A 11/2/02 W 42-17 775 A 10/6/01 W 62-3 7,200 H 10/7/00 W 42-19 1,800 A 10/9/99 L 6-7 11,250 H 10/8/98 L 7-42 2,400 A 10/11/97 L 17-31 9,300 H 10/12/96 W 27-17 3,650 A 10/7/95 L 23-46 10,201 WWW.TARLETONSPORTS.COM

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Texas Lutheran

10/8/66 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961

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H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 10/20/12 L 23-35 6,216 A 10/22/11 W 41-34 11,100 H 10/23/10 L 10-13 5,812 A 11/14/09 W 57-56-2OT^ 13,352 A 10/3/09 L 20-34 13,211 H 10/4/08 L 16-27 4,832 A 10/6/07 W 31-21 5,200 H 10/7/06 W 23-0 5,287 A 10/1/05 L 21-24 7,577 A 11/22/03 L 10-34^ 9,500 H 9/27/03 L 15-23 4,268 A 9/28/02 L 3-16 13,000 H 9/29/01 L 20-23 4,300 A 9/30/00 L 6,500 -H 10/2/99 W 23-7 3,200 A 10/3/98 L 7-42 8,500 H 10/4/97 L 14-43 3,000 A 10/5/96 L 10-40 4,000 H 9/30/95 L 0-51 1,000 H 10/22/94 L 24-61 10,750 H 11/1/75 L 0-28 -A 11/2/74 L 7-51 -H 10/27/73 W 34-33 -A 10/28/72 L 7-33 -H 10/30/71 L 7-13 -A 10/31/70 L 20-37 --

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(1-0)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 9/18/84 W 34-0 1,500

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10/16/10 9/22/07 9/23/06 9/3/05 9/4/04 11/10/01 11/11/00 11/13/99 11/14/98 11/15/97 11/16/96 11/11/95 11/22/75 11/23/74 11/17/73 11/18/72 11/20/71 11/21/70

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H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 11/10/90 W 35-7 2,100 H 10/28/89 W 14-9 3,200 A 9/23/89 L 22-24 2,800 A 10/29/88 W 30-0 -H 9/24/88 W 21-17-OT 3,300 A 10/31/87 W 20-16 -H 10/8/87 W 41-15 5,000 H 10/25/86 W 27-14 2,500 A 10/4/86 W 14-6 2,500 A 10/26/885 L 7-48 -H 10/5/85 L 10-13 2,000 H 10/27/84 W 37-14 5,000 A 10/6/84 W 30-14 -H 10/15/83 L 10-34 -H 9/17/83 W 14-10 2,500 H 10/16/82 L 9-35 -A 9/11/82 L 6-33 -A 11/7/81 L 17-30 -H 10/3/81 L 14-21 -H 11/1/80 L 33-35 -A 9/27/80 L 0-12 -A 10/20/79 W 18-15 -H 9/15/79 W 15-8 -H 10/21/78 W 35-3 -A 9/16/78 W 13-3 -H 11/5/77 W 32-8 -A 9/10/77 W 32-20 -H 11/6/76 L 29-33 -A 9/27/75 L 7-10 -A 9/28/74 L 22-33 -H 9/22/73 L 10-13 -A 9/23/72 L 7-18 -H 9/25/71 W 24-24 -A 1970 L 6-21 --- 1969 L 21-41 --

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10/29/94 10/30/93 10/31/92 9/15/90

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44-59 28-27 36-7 16-15

Western new Mexico

5,850 1,950 2,000 2,850

(2-1)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 9/10/05 W 45-21 3,854 H 9/9/00 W 45-7 3,200 A 11/14/91 L 7-14 350

Westminister (Pa.)

(0-2)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. H 12/1/90 L 17-19# 2,401 H 12/2/89 L 17-19# 3,650 # NAIA Playoffs

Willmington (Ohio)

(1-0)

H/A Date W/L Score Att. A 10/12/91 W 44-14 1,800

All-Time Series Records Opponent Record Abilene Christian (11-19-4) Angelo State (15-14) Arkansas-Monticello (2-2) Arkansas Tech (2-4) Austin College (11-16) Baker (Kan.) (0-1) Baptist Christian (La.) (1-0) Benedictine (Kan.) (1-0) Bethany (Kan.) (1-0) Bishop College (2-2) California-Davis (0-1) Cameron (Okla.) (1-2) Central Oklahoma (4-6) Central Washington (0-1) Chadron State (Neb.) (1-0) Colorado Mines (1-0) Corpus Christi (5-0) East Central (Okla.) (10-12) Eastern New Mexico (8-13) Evangel (Mo.) (1-0) Findlay (Ohio) (0-1) Georgia Southwestern) (0-1) Hardin-Simmons (3-1) Harding (Ark.) (2-6-1) Henderson State (Ark.) (3-3) Howard Payne (8-13) Incarnate Word (3-0) Langston (Okla.) (2-1) Lindenwood (Mo.) (1-0) Lubbock Christian (8-0) McMurry (25-13) Midwestern State (16-7)

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Opponent Record Millsaps College (Miss.) (1-0) New Mexico Highlands) (2-2) North Alabama (1-0) Northeastern State (Okla.) (5-3) Northwestern Oklahoma (2-2) Northwestern State (La.) (0-3) Oklahoma Panhandle State (1-2) Ouachita Baptist (Ark.) (1-2) Prairie View A&M (2-0) St. Mary’s of the Plains (Kan.) (2-0) Sam Houston State (2-14) Southeastern Oklahoma (9-5) Southern Arkansas (1-1-1) Southwest Baptist (Mo.) (1-0) Southwestern (Kan.) (2-0) SW Assembiles of God (1-0) Southwestern Oklahoma (14-10) Stephen F. Austin (3-8) Sul Ross State (18-17) Tabor (Kan.) (1-0) Texas-Arlington (0-2) A&M-Commerce (11-9) Texas A&M-Kingsville (6-20) Texas Lutheran (6-11) Texas State (0-10) Trinity (6-3-1) Valdosta State (Ga.) (0-1) West Alabama (0-1) West Texas A&M (9-13) Western new Mexico (2-1) Westminister (Pa.) (0-2) Willmington (Ohio) (1-0)


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1st Round • November 17, 2001 Beebe, Elliott Field • Chadron, Neb. (5,400)

Texans down No. 3-ranked Chadron State 28-24 for school’s first-ever NCAA Division II playoff victory

Score by Quarters Tarleton State Chadron State

1 2 3 4 Score 0 14 7 7 28 7 14 3 0 24

14-24 21-24 28-24

RUSHING: Tarleton State-C. McCollister 7-51; Alester Givens 10-44; Olan Coleman 2-22; D.T. Hopkins 1-4; Team 2-minus 1; Steve Kelly 10-minus 38. Chadron State Peter Holak 21-121; Matt Strand 11-43; Travis Covey 4-18; Marc Kaminski 1-9. PASSING: Tarleton State-Steve Kelly 27-41-1-185; C. McCollister 2-2-0-76. Chadron State-Matt Strand 21-34-1-185; Zac Jones 1-1-0-9. RECEIVING: Tarleton State-Alester Givens 6-27; K.J. Kennard 4-57; Will Moody 4-27; Brian Lucas 3-38; Latrell Davis 3-27; Kyle Masters 3-15; Damien Jackson 2-50; C. McCollister 2-16; Olan Coleman 2-4. Chadron State-Mike Wahlstrom 8-70; Jeremy Shedeed 3-26; Peter Holak 3-25; Travis Covey 2-22; Jason Carnahan 1-18; Marc Kaminski 1-12; Matt Strand 1-9; Brandon Soden 1-5; Beau Sheets 1-5; Dusty Deterding 1-2.

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CSC 23 37-191 194 35-22-1 72-385 1-5 3-33 4-47 1-5 3-32.3 0-0 11-68 30:59 4 of 14 2 of 5 6-43

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TSU 23 32-82 261 43-29-1 75-343 0-0 1-0 5-92 1-3 4-47.0 1-1 4-26 29:01 9 of 16 1 of 1 2-10

7-7 7-14 7-21 14-21

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FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

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Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 04:09 CSC Matt Strand 1 yd run (Ryan Larson kick) 2nd Quarter 07:40 TSU A. Givens 4 yd pass from Steve Kelly (Boren kick) 04:29 CSC Matt Strand 12 yd run (Ryan Larson kick) 04:14 CSC Aric Lopez 5 yd fumble recovery (Ryan Larson kick) 00:30 TSU Kyle Masters 3 yd pass from Steve Kelly (Boren kick) 3rd Quarter 07:05 CSC Ryan Larson 24 yd field goal 01:45 TSU C. McCollister 5 yd run (Boren kick) 4th Quarter 09:46 TSU D.T. Hopkins 4 yd run (Boren kick)

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CHADRON, Neb. - Tarleton State’s defense limited a high-powered Chadron State offense to just three points in the second half as the Texans rallied past the Eagles 28-24 in first-round action of the NCAA Division II football playoffs. The Texans trailed 21-7 late in the first half after quarterback Steve Kelly fumbled and Chadron’s Aric Lopez returned it five yards for a touchdown. That play seemingly gave the Eagles all the momentum heading to halftime. Kelly and Texans came right back and managed to cut their deficit to 21-14 with a quick 11-play drive that culminated with a 3-yard touchdown catch by tight end Kyle Masters, slicing the Chadron lead to seven points with 30 seconds left in the half. Chadron upped its lead to 24-14 with Ryan Larson’s 24-yard field goal on the Eagles’ first second-half possession, but the Texans’ defense would dominate from there, allowing Chadron to only 77 yards in their final four drives. The Texans limited Chadron to 0-for-4 on 3rd-down conversions and 0-for-2 on 4th-down tries in the final quarter. Tarleton squelched the Eagles’ fake punt attempt on 4th-and-1 at the Tarleton 44-yard line with 6:20 left, and the Texans stopped Chadron on a 4th-and-3 at the CSC 26 with 2:12 to play. Tarleton’s offense managed two lengthy scoring drives to complete the rally, first going 72 yards in 12 plays to score on running back Chavis McCollister’s 5-yard run late in the third quarter. D.T. Hopkins plowed up the middle from four yards out with 9:46 left in the game to put the Texans ahead 28-24, with that short touchdown run being set up by a 42-yard halfback pass from McCollister to wide receiver Damien Jackson.

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Quarterfinals • November 24, 2001 Toomey Field • Davis, Calif. (5,377)

Aggies outscore Texans 21-8 in fourth quarter; Tarleton’s season ends in 42-25 loss

DAVIS, Calif. - Glenn Adriatico of UC Davis returned a fourthquarter kickoff 66 yards for a touchdown and scored again less than two minutes later on a 55-yard reception as the Aggies pulled away from Tarleton State for a 42-25 victory in the NCAA Division II quarterfinals. UC Davis overcame Tarleton leads of 7-0 and 17-14 to pick up the win. The Aggies took a 21-17 lead in the third quarter as RB Sean Holleman scored his third TD of the game, then Davis got the ball right back after a Tarleton punt and pushed its edge to 28-17 on the first play of the fourth quarter with Mike Oliva’s 19-yard TD catch. The Texans answered as Tarleton QB Steve Kelly completed 5 of 7 passes on a 9-play drive that ended with Kelly hitting Aaron Lucas on a 14-yard TD pass. Chavis McCollister then scored on a 2-point conversion run, cutting the UC Davis lead to just 28-25 with 11:40 left in the game. Tarleton was flagged for an offsides penalty on the ensuing kickoff, and after being forced to kickoff again, Adriatico gathered the ball at his own 34-yard line and raced unscathed in front of the Tarleton bench for the game-breaking TD. The Texans picked up one first down on the next possession before turning the ball over on downs at the UC Davis 45-yard line. That’s where QB J.T. O’Sullivan delivered the knockout punch, hitting Adriatico in stride over the middle for a 55-yard TD toss at the 9:28 mark. The score was tied 14-14 at halftime, with Tarleton turning the ball over twice in UC Davis territory, including a D.T. Hopkins fumble at the Aggies 1-yard line. Tarleton gained 489 yards on 76 plays but was just 2 of 13 on 3rddown conversions, compared to an 8 for 11 effort by the Aggies

Score by Quarters Tarleton State California-Davis

1 2 3 4 Score 7 7 3 8 25 0 14 7 21 42

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 04:10 TSU C. McCollister 8 yd run (Boren, J.W. kick) 2nd Quarter 10:50 UCD S. Holleman 1 yd run (Williams kick failed) 03:12 UCD S. Holleman 4 yd run (Bandel pass) 00:37 TSU S. Kelly 1 yd run (Boren kick) 3rd Quarter 10:15 TSU Boren 39 yd field goal 06:01 UCD S. Holleman 5 yd run (Williams kick) 4th Quarter 14:53 UCD M. Oliva 19 yd pass from O’Sullivan (Williams kick) 11:40 TSU Lucas 14 yd pass from Kelly (McCollister. rush) 11:21 UCD Adriatico 66 yd kickoff return (WILLIAMS kick) 09:28 UCD Adriatico 55 yd pass from O’Sullivan (Williams kick) FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Sacks By: Number-Yards

TSU 24 26-170 332 50-26-0 76-489 1-12 1-0 6-85 1-5 3-41.3 3-2 8-62 25:59 2 of 13 3 of 5 0-0

7-0 7-6 7-14 14-14 17-14 17-21 17-28 25-28 25-35 25-42

UCD 30 48-266 252 29-20-1 77-508 0-0 0-0 5-109 0-0 2-34.0 1-1 3-24 34:01 8 of 11 0 of 0 1-10

RUSHING: Tarleton State-Alester Givens 7-68; Steve Kelly 8-43; C. McCollister 7-33; Coleman 2-11; Moody 1-0. UC-Davis-Holleman 27-153; Massari 13-56; O’Sullivan 6-50. PASSING: Tarleton State-Steve Kelly 26-49-0-332. UC-Davis-O’Sullivan 20-29-1-252. RECEIVING: Tarleton State-Will Moody 7-78; Latrell Davis 5-95; Brian Lucas 5-77; Damien Jackson 2-21; C. McCollister 2-14; Alester Givens 2-1; Kyle Masters 1-22; Lucas 1-18; Kernard 1-6. UC-Davis-Oliva 6-82; Massari 4-37; Adriatico 3-73; Holleman 3-21; Bandel 2-19; Saysette 1-11; Bergstrom 1-9.

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1st Round • November 22, 2003 Javelina Stadium • Kingsville, Texas (9,500)

Turnovers, Javelina Defense Doom Texans in first round of Playoffs

Score by Quarters Tarleton State Texas A&M-Kingsville

1 2 3 4 Score 0 7 3 0 10 10 7 0 17 34

TAMUK 14 45-129 158 23-13-0 68-287 0-0 1-32 0-0 1-68 6-31.3 0-0 7-59 37:17 4-19

PASSING: Tarleton State-Cliff Watkins 16-36-1-212. Texas A&M-Kingsville-Daniel Taylor 13-23-0-158. RECEIVING: Tarleton State-Justin Tabor 7-97; Will Moody 3-64; Sims Kemp 2-38; Joe Morrison 2-9; Carl Steward 2-4. Texas A&M-Kingsville-M. Washington 4-21; Brent Holmes 3-62; Derrick Harding 2-22; Todd Knutson 1-19; Robert Jones 1-18; Zach Moore 1-10; Errick Lewis 1-6.

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RUSHING: Tarleton State-Joe Morrison 16-73; Chris Winn 1-3; Carl Steward 2-0; Cliff Watkins 6-minus 10. Texas A&M-Kingsville-Larry Williams 28-108; Daniel Taylor 13-16; Ryan Beard 3-4; Brent Holmes 1-1.

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TSU 16 25-66 212 36-16-1 61-278 0-0 2-11 2-34 0-0 6-32.8 2-1 1-5 20:07 1-7

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FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Sacks By: Number-Yards

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Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 04:11 TAMUK R.Hammond 44 yd field goal 0-3 00:33 TAMUK L. Williams 4 yd run (R. Hammond kick) 0-10 2nd Quarter 08:16 TSU C. Watkins 9 yd run (J. Guin kick) 7-10 01:05 TAMUK B. Holmes 15 yd pass from D. Taylor (R. Hammond kick) 7-17 3rd Quarter 11:50 TSU J. Guin 48 yd field goal 10-17 4th Quarter 08:07 TAMUK R. Hammond 23 yd field goal 10-20 05:25 TAMUK B. Holmes 27 yd pass from D. Taylor (R. Hammond kick) 10-27 02:36 TAMUK L. Williams 2 yd run (R. Hammond kick) 10-34

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KINGSVILLE, Texas - The Tarleton State football team offered too many chances to Texas A&M-Kingsville on Saturday and lost 34-10 in the first round of the NCAA Division II playoffs. The No. 21 Texansʼ Justin Parson fumbled the opening kickoff to put the Javelinas at the Texansʼ 37-yard line. The other problem with the ballgame for the Texans was the time of possession. The Javelinas won that stat 37:21 to 22:29. The Texans (8-4) also lost the turnover battle, giving up the fumble and a 68-yard interception return by TAMUKʼs Micahel Bragg. Bragg intercepted Tarleton quarterback Cliff Watkins at the goaline and returned it to the Tarleton 32. Problem No. 4 was the TAMUK defense. The Javelinas held the Texans 202 yards below their season offensive output, including 132 yards below the average passing game. TAMUK (10-1) got on the board first when Richard Hammond nailed a 44-yard field goal with 4:11 on the clock, capping a six-play, 12 yard drive that took 2:39 off the clock. A seven-yard Texan punt put TAMUK in good field position. Larry Williams put the Javelinas on the scoreboard again when he punched it in from four yards out. That capped a five-play, 25 yard drive that was set up when Chris Peterson, the Texan punter, had just a 19yard punt. Watkins scored his first rushing touchdown of the season when he ran a bootleg in from nine yards out. Jamie Guin added the kick with 11:50 left in the game to move the Texans within three, 10-7. The Javelinas got on the board with 1:05 left in the first half when Brent Holmes caught a 15-yard pass from Daniel Taylor. That play was set up by a 32- yard punt return by Eddie Moten to the Tarleton 19. Guin added a 48-yard field goal for the last Texan score with 11:50 left in the third quarter. TAMUK score three more times in the ballgame. Richard Hammond hit a 23-yard field goal with 8:07 left in the game to cap a 15-play, 51-yard drive. Holmes caught a 27-yard pass from Taylor with 5:25 left in the contest. That drive was set up by the Bragg interception. Williams put the final nail in the coffin when he punched it in from two yards out with 2:36 remaining. The Texans turned the ball over on downs in the middle of the field for the second time in the game. Williams ran for 36 yards on the play before the touchdown to set up the score. TAMUK defeated the Texans on Sept. 27, 23-15. Tarleton gained only 287 yards in the contest, including just 66 yards rushing. Watkins was 16-36 for 212 yards and no touchdowns. He had the one interception. TAMUK gained 287 yards of total offense, including 129 yards on the ground and 159 yards through the air. Leading the Texans in rushing was Joe Morrison with 16 carries for 73 yards. Justin Tabor had seven receptions for 97 yards, while Will Moody had just three catches for 64 yards. Ken Jones led the team with 18 total tackles, including four solo and 14 assisted tackles. He had three tackles for a loss of four yards and half a sack for four yards. Erick Smith was second with seven solo and nine assisted tackles. On the bright side, Watkins set a new school record for passing yards in a season with 5,547 this season. He also set a new record for attempts in a season with 437 attempts. The senior also set a new record for completions in a season with 264.

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1st Round • November 14, 2009 Javelina Stadium • Kingsville, Texas (13,352)

Texans Move on to second round; upset Javelinas 57-56 in Double Overtime Thriller

KINGSVILLE, Texas – In one of the most dramatic games in school and NCAA history, the No. 12 Tarleton Texans needed a come-frombehind victory and double overtime to advance to the second round of the NCAA Division II playoffs with a 57-56 win at No. 13 Texas A&MKingsville Saturday in front of a crowd of over 13,000 people. Tarleton improved to 10-2 on the season after quarterback Scott Grantham scored on a 20-yard run in the second overtime to pull Tarleton within one before running the two-point conversion in by himself to give the Texans the win. Overtime was set up with a 64-yard field goal by Tarleton’s Garrett Lindholm to tie the game as time expired after the Javelinas had scored with under a minute left in regulation. The kick was the second longest field goal in NCAA Division II history. Another record was set in the game when Devin Guinn set a new school mark for career receiving touchdowns with 26, passing Jeremy Madkins who earned 25 in 2003-06. With the Javelinas driving, Dominic Smith recovered a Javelina fumble at the Tarleton 23-yard line with just seconds left in the third quarter. The Texans then drove 77 yards over 14 plays and 6:59 and took the lead when Roderick Smith put the ball into the end zone from 11 yards out. Lindholm’s kick was good, and with 8:22 left in the contest, Tarleton led 43-39. Tarleton had three third-down conversions and one fourth-down conversion during the scoring drive. The Javelinas got the ball back with 4:56 left in the game and drove 61 yards on nine plays and scored the go-ahead touchdown. Brom’s kick put the score at 46-43 with 45 seconds left on the clock. Tarleton started at its own 26 with a false start penalty. Facing fourth and 18, Grantham hit Arthur Buckingham on a 35-yard pass for a first down. Then, facing a third and 10 from the Kingsville 47, Lindholm hit the kick that tied the game at 46 from 64 yards out as time expired. Buckingham had the hold, Kyle Piercefield the snap. Tarleton loss the coin toss in overtime and had the ball first. The Texans got to the eight, but Lindholm was forced to kick a 27-yard field goal after a delay of game penalty to go ahead 49-46. TAMUK then drove to the Tarleton two, but the Javelinas also had to kick, Brom’s good from 19 yards. The Javelinas then got the ball first in the second overtime, and TAMUK scored on a two-yard run from Winborn. The kick by Brom made it 56-49 and forced the Texans to do the same. Robertson started from the 25 and gained five yards before two incomplete passes forced the Texans into a fourth and five from the 20. Grantham scrambled to the right and saw an opening, and after breaking several tackles and spinning into the end zone, the Texans trailed by just one point. The Tarleton coaches called for the two-point conversion, and Grantham again went to the right side on a keeper and found the winning two-point conversion to give the Texans the 57-56 double overtime victory. Tarleton finished the afternoon with 530 yards of total offense, including 234 yards rushing and 296 yards through the air. The Javelinas had 402 yards of offense, including 238 yards on the ground and 164 yards passing. Robertson has 19 carries for 131 yards and a touchdown while Roderick Smith had 13 carries for 67 and a score. Grantham had five rushes for 35 yards and a score while Demby had two carries for one yard and a touchdown. Grantham threw for 296 yards and three touchdowns and was 20of-40 with one interception. Hobson had 10 receptions for 188 yards and two touchdowns while Guinn had four catches for 27 yards and a score.

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Score by Quarters Tarleton State Texas A&M-Kingsville

1 2 3 4 OT 2OT Score 14 7 15 10 3 8 57 7 24 8 7 3 7 56

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 12:24 TSU Hobson 51 yd pass from Grantham (Lindholm kick) 08:39 TSU Demby 1 yd run (Lindholm kick) 00:19 TAMUK Winborn 1 yd run (Brom kick) 2nd Quarter 08:19 TAMUK Glover 26 yd fumble recovery (Brom kick) 03:14 TAMUK Winborn 36 yd run (Brom kick) 02:47 TAMUK Glover 40 yd interception return (Brom kick) 01:54 TSU Hobson 62 yd pass from Grantham (Lindholm kick) 00:00 TAMUK Brom 45 yd field goal 3rd Quarter 10:12 TSU Robertson 30 yd run (Lindholm kick) 07:18 TAMUK Winborn 1 yd run (Roberson pass from Brom) 01:29 TSU Guinn 3 yd pass from Grantham (Peschke pass from Grantham) 4th Quarter 08:22 TSU Smith 11 yd run (Lindholm kick) 00:49 TAMUK Garza 1 yd run (Brom kick) 00:00 TSU Lindholm 64 yd field goal Overtime 15:00 TSU G. Lindholm 27 yd field goal 15:00 TAMUK Brom 19 yd field goal 15:00 TAMUK Winborn 2 yd run (Brom kick) 15:00 TSU Scott Grantham 20 yd run (Grantham rush) FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

TSU 24 39-234 296 41-20-2 80-530 0-0 3-41 4-89 2-0 4-40.0 2-1 19-160 30:19 9 of 18 4 of 4 4-4 0-0

7-0 14 - 0 14 - 7 14 - 14 14 - 21 14 - 28 21 - 28 21 - 31 28 - 31 28 - 39 36 - 39 43 - 39 43 - 46 46 - 46 49 - 46 49 - 49 49 - 56 57 - 56

TAMUK 29 43-238 164 31-20-2 74-402 1-26 1-7 3-73 2-40 4-41.0 1-1 5-43 29:41 5 of 12 0 of 0 5-5 0-0

RUSHING: Tarleton-Evan Robertson 19-131; Roderick Smith 13-67; Scott Grantham 5-35; Keith Demby 2-1. Texas A&M-Kingsville-Fred Winborn 35-223; Billy Garza 5-16; E.J. LeBlanc 1-1; Ryan Lincoln 1-1; Connell Davis 1-minus 3. PASSING: Tarleton-Scott Grantham 20-40-1-296; Kelan Luker 0-1-1-0. Texas A&MKingsville-Billy Garza 20-31-2-164. RECEIVING: Tarleton-Jahmeel Hobson 10-188; Devin Guinn 4-27; Devon Gray 3-33; A. Buckingham 1-35; Keith Demby 1-7; Shaun Ragon 1-6. Texas A&M-KingsvilleRyan Lincoln 6-38; Chris Taylor 3-32; Damian Couthren 3-30; E.J. LeBlanc 3-17; Sherman Batiste 2-24; Connell Davis 1-8; Fred Winborn 1-8; Darry Malone 1-7.


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Quarterfinals • November 21, 2009 Tomlinson Stadium • Ellensburg, Wash. (5,400)

Texan offense limited to just three field goals as CWU wins second round playoff game 27-6

Score by Quarters Tarleton State Central Washington

1 2 3 4 Score 3 3 0 0 6 7 10 3 7 27

6 - 20 6 - 27

RUSHING: Tarleton-Evan Robertson 10-26; Keith Demby 1-2; Roderick Smith 5-minus 6; Scott Grantham 8-minus 36. Central Washington-Eldridge 18-101; Kelly 8-24; Morris 6-8; TEAM 4-minus 4; Morgan 3-minus 7. PASSING: Tarleton-Scott Grantham 14-33-0-192; Keith Demby 0-1-0-0. Central Washington-Morgan 21-31-1-287. RECEIVING: Tarleton-Devin Guinn 3-45; A. Buckingham 3-34; Evan Robertson 2-14; Jahmeel Hobson 1-59; Devon Gray 1-23; Roderick Smith 1-10; Shaun Ragon 1-4; Keith Demby 1-3; Bradley Peschke 1-0. Central Washington-Spevak 5-97; Eldridge 5-68; Weems 4-43; Helwege 3-32; Westmoreland 2-26; Smith,Ch. 1-16; Waller,M. 1-5.

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CWU 17 39-122 287 31-21-1 70-409 0-0 6-88 2-80 0-0 4-41.2 0-0 8-73 35:58 5 of 14 0 of 0 4-7 2-17

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TSU 9 24--14 192 34-14-0 58-178 0-0 0-0 6-137 1-58 8-40.2 3-2 6-54 24:02 3 of 16 0 of 1 2-2 1-7

3 - 14 6 - 14 6 - 17

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FIRST DOWNS RUSHES-YARDS (NET) PASSING YDS (NET) Passes Att-Comp-Int TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS Fumble Returns-Yards Punt Returns-Yards Kickoff Returns-Yards Interception Returns-Yards Punts (Number-Avg) Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Possession Time Third-Down Conversions Fourth-Down Conversions Red-Zone Scores-Chances Sacks By: Number-Yards

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Scoring Summary 1st Quarter 04:07 TSU G. Lindholm 39 yd field goal 02:33 CWU Spevak 48 yd pass from Morgan (Rolsma kick) 2nd Quarter 10:16 CWU Eldridge 2 yd run (Rolsma kick) 06:03 TSU G. Lindholm 31 yd field goal 01:39 CWU Rolsma 27 yd field goal 3rd Quarter 08:07 CWU Rolsma 30 yd field goa. 4th Quarter 07:57 CWU Eldridge 3 yd run (Rolsma kick)

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ELLENSBURG, Wash. - The No. 12 Tarleton Texans had a hard time running the ball Saturday in the second round of the NCAA Division II playoff against No. 1 Central Washington, and just nine first downs were logged by the Texans in a 27-6 loss in Ellensburg, Wash. Tarleton’s season closed with the loss as the Texans finished 11-3 overall. The Texans handed the ball over on two fumbles, and the Wildcats scored 10 points off of those turnovers, while the Texans had an interception and had just three points. One of the Texan turnovers was deep into Wildcat territory. The Texans gained just 178 yards of total offense, Tarleton’s second worse out of the season after Abilene Christian held Tarleton to 172 total yards. On Saturday, Tarleton gained 192 yards through the air, but the Texans were limited to minus-17 yards on the ground. Bradley Bullitt intercepted a Cole Morgan pass and then lateralled the ball to Jeremy Sifford who returned it to the CWU 39-yard line to set up the first score of the game when Garrett Lindholm made a 39-yard field goal with 4:07 left in the first quarter. The score came after six plays and Tarleton covered just four yards in the scoring drive to make it 3-0 Texans. On the next drive for the Wildcats, Morgan hit Johnny Spevak for a 48yard touchdown. Garrett Rolsma had the extra point to put the home team ahead 7-3 with 2:33 left in the opening quarter. The drive took three plays to cover 50 yards. The Wildcats stretched the lead to 14-3 with 10:16 left in the first half when Randall Eldridge punched it in from two yards away. Rolsma added the kick to cap the two-play 15-yard drive that was set up by a Roderick Smith fumble at the Tarleton 22-yard line. The ball was scooped up by Taylor Breitzman and returned to the Tarleton 15. The Texans took the next drive 48 yards on 10 plays in 4:03 to set up a 31-yard field goal by Lindholm. The Texans trailed 14-6 with 6:03 on the clock. CWU then added a field goal with 1:39 remaining in the second quarter when Rolsma connected on a 27-yard attempt to close an eight-play, 71-yard drive that took 4:24 off the clock. The Wildcats led 17-6 at the half. The Texans stopped the Wildcats’ first drive of the second half, and the offense was driving down the field when Roderick Smith caught a screen pass from Scott Grantham, but the senior running back again fumbled – this time at the CWU 23-yard line. The home team then took the ball 69 yards on six plays to stretch its lead to 20-6 when Rolsma hit a 30-yard field goal with 8:07 left in the third quarter. Neither team scored again until the Wildcats put the last point of the game on the board. Eldridge punched the ball in from three yards out to end a nine-play, 67-yard drive. The kick by Rolsma put the final tally on the board with CWU winning, 27-6. Evan Robertson had 26 yards to lead the Texans’ rushing game on 10 carries. Keith Demby had one carry for two yards while Smith had five carries for minus-six yards and both fumbles. Grantham was 14-of-33 for 192 yards and was sacked twice. Devin Guinn led the team with three catches for 45 yards while Arthur Buckingham had three receptions for 34 yards. The Wildcats totaled 409 yards of total offense, including 122 yards on the ground and 287 yards through the air. Morgan was 21-of-31 for 287 yards and a touchdown with one sack and one interception. Spevak led the squad with five catches for 97 yards and a score while Eldridge had 18 carries for 101 yards and two touchdowns. Tarleton is now 2-3 all-time in Division II playoff games.

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Individual Records Rushing Attempts - GAME 19 Evan Robinson vs. TAMUK (Nov. 14, 2009) Attempts - CAREER 29 Evan Robinson (2009) Yards - GAME 131 Evan Robinson vs. TAMUK (Nov. 14, 2009) Yards - Career 137 Evan Robinson (2009) Touchdowns - Game 1 Eight Players Touchdowns - CAREER 2 Chavis McCollister (2001) Longest Run 31 Alester Givens vs. Chadron (Nov. 17, 2001)

Passing Attempts - GAME 49 Steve Kelly vs. UC-Davis (Nov. 24, 2001) Attempts - CAREER 100 Steve Kelly (2001) Completions - GAME 27 Steve Kelly vs. Chadron (Nov. 17, 2001) Completions - CAREER 53 Steve Kelly (2001) Yards - GAME 332 Steve Kelly vs. UC-Davis (Nov. 24, 2001) Yards CAREER 517 Evan Robinson (2009) Touchdowns - Game 3 Scott Grantham vs. TAMUK (Nov. 14, 2009) Touchdowns - CAREER 3 Steve Kelly (2001) Scott Grantham (2009) Longest Pass 62 Scott Grantham vs. TAMUK (Nov. 14, 2009)

Passing

Touchdowns - Game 2 Jahmeel Hobson vs. TAMUK (Nov. 14, 2009) Touchdowns - Career 2 Jahmeel Hobson (2009)

Field Goals Attempts - Game 2 Garrett Lindholm vs. TAMUK (Nov. 14, 2009) and vs. Central Washington (Nov. 21, 2009) Attempts - Career 4 Garrett Lindholm (2009) Made - Game 2 Garrett Lindholm vs. TAMUK (Nov. 14, 2009) and vs. Central Wash. (Nov. 21, 2009) Made - Career 4 Garrett Lindholm (2009)

Sacks - Game 1 Derek Thomas vs. Chadron (Nov. 17, 2001) Mike Jackson vs. Chadron (Nov. 17, 2001) Marcus Phillips vs. C. Wash (Nov. 21, 2009) Sacks - Career 1 Derek Thomas vs. Chadron (Nov. 17, 2001) Mike Jackson vs. Chadron (Nov. 17, 2001) Marcus Phillips vs. C. Wash (Nov. 21, 2009) Interceptions - Game 1 Five Players Average - Career 1 Five Players

Team Records Rushing Attempts 39 vs. TAMUK (Nov. 14, 2009)

Longest Field Goal 64 Garrett Lindholm vs. TAMUK (Nov. 14, 2009)

Yards 234 vs. TAMUK (Nov. 14, 2009)

Punting

Passing

Punts - Game 8 Kyle Hopf vs. Central Wash. (Nov. 21, 2009) Attempts - Career 12 Kyle Hopf (2009) Yards - Game 322 Kyle Hopf vs. Central Wash. (Nov. 21, 2009) Yards- Career 482 Kyle Hopf (2009) Average - Game 47.0 Chris Evatt vs. Chadron (Nov. 17, 2001) Average - Career 47.0 Chris Evatt vs. Chadron (Nov. 17, 2001) Longest Punt 53 Chris Peterson vs. TAMUK (Nov. 22, 2003)

Defense Tackles - Game 18 Brandon Young vs. Chadron (Nov. 17, 2001) Ken Jones vs. TAMUK (Nov. 22, 2003) Tackless - Career 22 Brandon Young (2001)

Receptions - Game 10 Jahmeel Hobson vs. TAMUK (Nov. 14, 2009) Tackles for Loss - Game Receptions - Career 3.0 Jacob Rowe vs. Central Wash. (Nov. 21, 2009) 11 Jahmeel Hobson (2009) Tackles for loss- Career 3.0 Derek Thomas (2001) Yards - Game 188 Jahmeel Hobson vs. TAMUK (Nov. 14, 2009) 3.0 Jacob Rowe (2009) Yards - Career 247 Jahmeel Hobson (2009) 2013 Texan Football Media Guide

Attempts 50 vs. UC-Davis (Nov. 24, 2001) Completions 29 vs. Chadron (Nov. 17, 2001) Yards 332 vs. UC-Davis (Nov. 24, 2001)

Total Offense Plays 80 vs. TAMUK (Nov. 14, 2009) Yards 530 vs. TAMUK (Nov. 14, 2009) Average Per Play 6.6 vs. TAMUK (Nov. 14, 2009)


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Long known as a leader in intercollegiate athletics, the Lone Star Conference (LSC) is an innovative athletics conference that aims to provide a superior competitive experience for member institutions and to allow for comprehensive development of student-athletes through academic services and life skills programming. The LSC continues to build upon its proud history while intending to be recognized as the premier NCAA Division II conference in the nation. The league’s mission is to foster student participation and success among member institutions in Division II intercollegiate athletics as an integral part of each institution’s total educational program. The LSC strives for academic excellence, stresses involvement within the community, and prides itself in upholding traditions while continually seeking new opportunities to provide student-athletes with a unique and superior experience. The LSC - founded on April 25, 1931 - has developed from a fiveteam conference of Texas-based schools to a nine-member league that spans three states (Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico). The league continues to assist its member institutions in the maintenance of intercollegiate athletic programs that are compatible with the highest standards of education and competitive sports. Throughout the league’s 82-year history, various institutions have competed under the LSC banner. Today, only Texas A&M UniversityCommerce (then East Texas State) remains from the original group that was formed in 1931 when North Texas State, Southwest Texas State, Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin withdrew from the old Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association. The membership alignment has changed over the years, with current members having been added from 1954 to 1995. Texas A&MKingsville (formerly Texas A&I) joined in 1954, and Angelo State in 1968. Conference membership remained within the Texas borders until 1984 when Eastern New Mexico was admitted. Since then, the LSC has included members from Arkansas and Oklahoma. Cameron (1988, 1996) was added near the outset of an expansion phase, while Texas Woman’s (1989) and previous members West Texas A&M (1986, 1993) and Tarleton State (1968, 1994) joined the league soon after. Midwestern State was admitted early in 1995, while Harding reconnected with the league as an affiliate member in track and field in 2013. Past members of the LSC include Trinity, Houston, Lamar, Howard Payne, Sul Ross State, McMurry, Harding, Ouachita Baptist, Central Oklahoma, East Central (Okla.), Northeastern State (Okla.), Southeastern Oklahoma, Southwestern Oklahoma, Abilene Christian and Incarnate Word.

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While the LSC has maintained a long-standing tradition of competitive athletic programs for its members, many teams and individuals have gone on to distinguish themselves on the national stage. Entering 2013-14, LSC member institutions have collected 74 NCAA national championships since the league joined the Division II membership in 1982. The LSC conducts conference championships in 16 sports (seven men and nine women). Men’s championships include football, cross country, basketball, baseball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field and golf. Women’s titles are determined in volleyball, soccer, cross country, basketball, softball, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, tennis and golf. The conference office is located in Richardson, Texas, a northern suburb of Dallas. Stan Wagnon serves as Commissioner, with assistance from Jay Poerner (Compliance) Melanie Robotham (Media Relations) and Tommy Wright (Corporate Sales and Marketing).

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LSC Championship History LSC Division Champions

2012 Review History/Records The LSC

YEAR Division School 2010 North East Central Northeastern State South Abilene Christian 2009 North A&M-Commerce South Tarleton State Midwestern State Texas A&M-Kingsville West Texas A&M 2008 North Central Oklahoma South Abilene Christian 2007 North Southwestern Oklahoma A&M-Commerce Central Oklahoma Southeastern Oklahoma Northeastern State South West Texas A&M 2006 North Southeastern Oklahoma South West Texas A&M 2005 North Southeastern Oklahoma South West Texas A&M 2004 North Southeastern Oklahoma Central Oklahoma South Texas A&M-Kingsville Midwestern State 2003 North Tarleton State South Texas A&M-Kingsville 2002 North Tarleton State South Texas A&M-Kingsville Abilene Christian 2001 North Midwestern State South Texas A&M-Kingsville Tarleton State 2000 North Northeastern State South Eastern New Mexico Angelo State 1999 North Southeastern Oklahoma South Angelo State Eastern New Mexico 1998 North Central Oklahoma South Texas A&M-Kingsville 1997 North Central Oklahoma Southwestern Oklahoma South Texas A&M-Kingsville

The Players

YEAR SCHOOL 1963 Southwest Texas State 1962 Texas A&I 1961 Sam Houston State 1960 Texas A&I 1959 East Texas State Texas A&I 1958 East Texas State 1957 East Texas State Lamar 1956 Sam Houston State 1955 Sam Houston State Southwest Texas State East Texas State 1954 Southwest Texas State East Texas State 1953 East Texas State 1952 East Texas State 1951 East Texas State 1950 Sul Ross State 1949 East Texas State 1948 Southwest Texas State 1947 North Texas State 1946 North Texas State 1945 No Champion (WWII) 1944 No Champion (WWII) 1943 No Champion (WWII) 1942 East Texas State 1941 North Texas State 1940 North Texas State 1939 North Texas State 1938 East Texas State 1937 East Texas State 1936 North Texas State 1935 East Texas State North Texas State Stephen F. Austin 1934 East Texas State 1933 East Texas State 1932 North Texas State

The Coaches Texan Football The University

YEAR SCHOOL 2012 Midwestern State West Texas A&M 2011 Midwestern State 2010 Abilene Christian 2009 Tarleton State Midwestern State Texas A&MKingsville 2008 Abilene Christian 2007 West Texas A&M 2006 West Texas A&M 2005 West Texas A&M 2004 Texas A&M-Kingsville 2003 Texas A&M-Kingsville 2002 Texas A&M-Kingsville 2001 Tarleton State Texas A&MKingsville 2000 Northeastern State 1999 Northeastern State Central Oklahoma Southeastern Oklahoma 1998 Central Oklahoma 1997 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1996 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1995 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1994 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1993 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1992 Texas A&I 1991 Eastern New Mexico 1990 East Texas State 1989 Texas A&I 1988 Texas A&I 1987 Angelo State, Texas A&I 1986 West Texas State 1985 Texas A&I 1984 Angelo State 1983 Southwest Texas State East Texas State 1982 Southwest Texas State 1981 Southwest Texas State 1980 Southwest Texas State 1979 Texas A&I 1978 Angelo State 1977 Abilene Christian Texas A&I 1976 Texas A&I 1975 Texas A&I 1974 Texas A&I 1973 Abilene Christian 1972 East Texas State 1971 Southwest Texas State Howard Payne 1970 Texas A&I 1969 Texas A&I East Texas State 1968 Texas A&I 1967 Texas A&I 1966 East Texas State 1965 Sul Ross State 1964 Sam Houston State

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RUSHING ATTEMPTS

TOUCHDOWN PASSES

GAME SEASON CAREER

GAME SEASON CAREER

49 317 885

Kenneth Parks, A&M-C vs. Carson Newman.............. 1972 Gerome Castleberry, East Central............................... 2002 Johnny Bailey, Texas A&M-Kingsville.................1986-1989

RUSHING YARDS GAME SEASON

342 Carlton Booe, Northeastern State vs. SE Okla............ 1998 2,165 Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian................................. 2007

7 7 41 114

Keith Null, West Texas A&M at Abilene Christian...... 2008 Wesley Wood, Eastern N.M. vs. So. Nazarene........... 2010 Keith Null, West Texas A&M........................................ 2007 Billy Malone, Abilene Christian..........................2005-2008

MOST 200 YARD PASSING GAMES SEASON

13 13

Billy Malone, Abilene Christian................................... 2007 Keith Null, West Texas A&M....................................... 2008

SEASON AVERAGE

TOTAL PLAYS

PER CARRY 11.7 Jimmy Pipkin, Midwestern State................................. 2011 PER GAME 182.2 Johnny Bailey, Texas A&M-Kingsville.......................... 1986 CAREER 6,320 Johnny Bailey, Texas A&M-Kingsville.................1986-1989

GAME SEASON CAREER

CAREER AVERAGE

TOTAL YARDS

PER CARRY 8.4 Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian........................2007-2008 PER GAME 172.8 Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian........................2007-2008

GAME SEASON

MOST 100 YARD GAMES RUSHING

SEASON AVERAGE

SEASON CAREER

PER GAME 436.7 JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico...................................... 2009 CAREER 12,080 Billy Malone, Abilene Christian..........................2005-2008

12 36

Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian................................. 2008 Johnny Bailey, Texas A&M-Kingsville.................1986-1989

102 JJ Harp, Eastern N.M. vs. Southeastern Okla.............. 2009 734 JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico ..................................... 2009 1,821 Ned Cox, Angelo State........................................1983-1986

681 JJ Harp, Eastern N.M. vs. Southeastern Okla.............. 2009 4,979 Keith Null, West Texas A&M........................................ 2008

MOST 200 YARD GAMES RUSHING

CAREER AVERAGE

SEASON CAREER

PER GAME 298.5 Keith Null, West Texas A&M...............................2005-2008

5 13

Johnny Bailey, Texas A&M-Kingsville.......................... 1986 Johnny Bailey, Texas A&M-Kingsville.................1986-1989

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS SEASON

35

Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian................................. 2007

PASSES ATTEMPTED GAME SEASON CAREER

94 JJ Harp, Eastern N.M. vs. Southeastern Okla.............. 2009 647 JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico...................................... 2009 1,320 Billy Martin, Abilene Christian............................2005-2008

PASSES COMPLETED GAME SEASON CAREER

64 404 818

JJ Harp, Eastern N.M. vs. Southeastern Okla.............. 2009 JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico...................................... 2009 Billy Malone, Abilene Christian..........................2005-2008

RECEPTIONS GAME SEASON CAREER

15 15 96 244

Alester Givens, Tarleton State vs. Midwestern St....2001 Cory Sims, A&M-Commerce vs. Midwestern St........ 2002 Tyson Williams, West Texas A&M............................... 2010 Charly Martin, West Texas A&M........................2004-2008

RECEIVING YARDS GAME SEASON

323 Charly Martin, West Texas A&M at Abilene Christian..... 2008 1,469 Dee Dee Carter, Central Oklahoma............................. 2001

SEASON AVERAGE PER GAME 143.6 Charly Martin, West Texas A&M................................. 2008 CAREER 3,357 Dee Dee Carter, Central Oklahoma....................2000-2003

SEASON AVERAGE

CAREER AVERAGE

PER GAME 32.9

PER GAME 97.8

Derek Maupin, West Texas A&M................................ 2004

Charly Martin, West Texas A&M........................2004-2008

PASSING COMPLETION PERCENTAGE

CAREER YARDS

SEASON CAREER

PER CATCH 23.2

68.5% Dalton Bell, West Texas A&M...................................... 2005 67.5 Keith Null, West Texas A&M...............................2005-2008

Romar Crenshaw, Southeastern Okla................2000-2003

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS PASSING YARDS GAME 5 Charly Martin, West Texas A&M at Abilene Christian..... 2008 GAME SEASON

695 JJ Harp, Eastern N.M. vs. Southeastern Okla.............. 2009 5,097 Keith Null, West Texas A&M........................................ 2008

SEASON CAREER

22 45

Charly Martin, West Texas A&M................................. 2008 Charly Martin, West Texas A&M........................2004-2008

PUNTS SEASON AVERAGE PER GAME 437.3 JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico...................................... 2009 CAREER 12,012 Billy Malone, Abilene Christian..........................2005-2008

GAME SEASON

32 89

Jan Jones, Sam Houston vs. A&M-Commerce........... 1946 Rick Kinsey, Stephen F. Austin..................................... 1978

PUNTING YARDS CAREER AVERAGE PER GAME 305.3 Keith Null, West Texas A&M...............................2005-2008 2013 Texan Football Media Guide

GAME SEASON

1,203 Jan Jones, Sam Houston vs. A&M-Commerce 1946 3,509 Dan Robertson, A&M-Commerce............................... 1986


LSC Individual Records TOUCHDOWNS

SEASON CAREER

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46.8 43.2

Bill Huffman, Sul Ross.................................................. 1960 Bill Dement, Angelo State...................................1968-1971

PUNT RETURNS 9 9 9 9 35

Gary Peoples, SW Texas vs. Howard Payne................ 1981 Pinkey Hurley, Central Okla. vs. Cal State-Northridge....1990 Aaron Lucas, Tarleton State vs. Abilene Christian....1999 Brandon Smith, Central Okla. vs. Emporia State........ 2007 Jonnie Jones, Central Oklahoma................................. 1998

Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M.... 2008 Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian................................. 2007 Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian........................2007-2008

KICKING POINTS SCORED GAME SEASON CAREER

21 117 339

Taylor Cannon, Eastern N.M. vs. Southeastern Okla..2009 Matt Adams, Abilene Christian................................... 2008 Matt Adams, Abilene Christain..........................2005-2008

PAT’S MADE PUNT RETURN YARDS GAME SEASON CAREER

224 Bobby Menchaca, Angelo State vs. McMurry............ 1969 526 Bryson Shaw, Texas A&M-Kingsville............................ 1973 1,212 Larry Pullin, Texas A&M-Kingsville.....................1965-1968

GAME SEASON CAREER

11 11 82 213

Matt Adams, Abilene Christian................................... 2008 Todd Phillips, West Texas A&M................................... 2010 Matt Adams, Abilene Christian................................... 2007 Matt Adams, Abilene Christian..........................2005-2008

PAT’S ATTEMPTED GAME SEASON CAREER

SEASON Curtis Guyton, A&M-Commerce 1965 18.5 Curtis Guyton, A&M-Commerce........................1965-1966

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 218 Kenzee Jackson, A&M-Commerce vs. Eastern N.M... 2010 975 Jerome Hewitt, Southeastern Oklahoma................... 2009 1,517 Jerry Clement, Stephen F. Austin.......................1962-1965

Jack Kyle, Sam Houston vs. Brooke Army................... 1949 Matt Adams, Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M.... 2008 Todd Phillips, West Texas A&M at SW Okla................ 2010 Matt Adams, Abilene Christian................................... 2007 Matt Adams, Abilene Christian..........................2005-2008

CONSECUTIVE PAT’S MADE

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE

SEASON CAREER

SEASON CAREER

FIELD GOALS MADE

38.0 25.3

David Hurst, A&M Commerce..................................... 1949 Jerry Clement, Stephen F. Austin.......................1962-1965

GAME SEASON

8 8 8 8 36

Sam Tarrant, A&M-Commerce vs. SW Texas.............. 1979 Brandon Williams, Midwestern St. at Abilene Christian.... 2008 Kenzee Jackson, A&M-Commerce at Eastern N.M.... 2010 Tommy Hampton, West Texas A&M at Central Mo... 2010 Jonathan Woodson, Texas A&M-Kingsville................ 2011

ALL PURPOSE YARDS 409 Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M.. 2008 2,982 Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian................................. 2008 7,803 Johnny Bailey, Texas A&M-Kingsville.................1986-1989

Taylor Cannon, Eastern N.M. vs. Southeastern Okla..2009 Morgan Lineberry, Abilene Christian.......................... 2010 J.W. Boren, Tarleton State...............................1999-2002

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED GAME SEASON CAREER

7 30 84

Taylor Cannon, Eastern N.M. vs. Southeastern Okla..2009 Jared Homer, Northeastern State............................... 2008 Billy Watkins, A&M-Commerce.........................1990-1993

CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS MADE SEASON CAREER

15 26

Paul Williams, Tarleton State...................................2005 Paul Williams, Tarleton State..........................2004-2006

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INTERCEPTIONS

FIELD GOAL ACCURACY

GAME SEASON CAREER

SEASON

5 14 36

Alfredo Avila, Sul Ross vs. A&M Commerce............... 1966 Alfredo Avila, Sul Ross.................................................. 1966 Alfredo Avila, Sul Ross.........................................1963-1966

Texan Football The University

100% Paul Williams, Tarleton State...................................2005

The LSC

GAME SEASON CAREER

6 21 59

Sergio Castillo, Jr., West Texas A&M............................ 2011 Bryan Thompson, Angelo State..........................1987-1990

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS GAME SEASON CAREER

122 318 535

Autry Beamon, A&M-Commerce vs. East Central..... 1972 Autry Beamon, A&M-Commerce............................... 1972 Autry Beamon, A&M-Commerce......................1971-1974

POINTS SCORED GAME SEASON CAREER

42 234 438

History/Records

KICKOFF RETURNS

GAME SEASON CAREER

48 76

2012 Review

GAME SEASON CAREER

11 11 11 86 222

The Players

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE 22.1 CAREER

The Coaches

GAME SEASON

7 39 73

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PUNTING AVERAGE

Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian 2008 Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian................................. 2007 Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian........................2007-2008


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RUSHING ATTEMPTS

PUNTING YARDS

GAME SEASON

GAME SEASON

96 689

Texas A&M-Kingsville vs. Angelo State....................... 1982 Texas A&M-Kingsville................................................... 1986

1,203 Sam Houston vs. A&M-Commerce 1946 3,630 A&M-Commerce.......................................................... 1986

RUSHING YARDS PUNTS (BOTH TEAMS) GAME SEASON

586 Southwest Texas vs. Prairie View A&M 1978 4,342 Texas A&M-Kingsville................................................... 1986

GAME

63

Sam Houston vs. A&M-Commerce............................. 1946

PUNTING YARDS (BOTH TEAMS) PASSES ATTEMPTED GAME SEASON

95 749

Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Okla............... 2009 Eastern New Mexico.................................................... 2009

PASSES COMPLETED GAME SEASON

64 460

Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Okla. ............. 2009 Eastern New Mexico.................................................... 2009

SEASON AVERAGE PER GAME 34.3

West Texas A&M.......................................................... 2007

GAME

POINTS GAME SEASON

SEASON AVERAGE PER GAME 448

Eastern New Mexico.................................................... 2009

Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M....................... 2008 Abilene Christian.......................................................... 2007

SEASON AVERAGE Abilene Christian.......................................................... 2008

KICKING POINTS GAME

595 West Texas A&M vs. Abilene Christian 2008 5,155 West Texas A&M.......................................................... 2007

93 639

PER GAME 52.3

PASSING YARDS SEASON GAME SEASON

2,390 Sam Houston vs. A&M-Commerce............................. 1946

21 128

Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Okla............... 2009 Abilene Christian.......................................................... 2010

TOUCHDOWNS GAME

13

Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M....................... 2007

PAT’S MADE TOUCHDOWN PASSES GAME SEASON

7 7 7 7 7 51

West Texas A&M vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville................ 1986 West Texas A&M at Adams State................................ 2007 East Central at Angelo State........................................ 2007 West Texas A&M at Abilene Christian........................ 2008 Eastern New Mexico vs. Southern Nazarene............. 2010 West Texas A&M.......................................................... 2007

PASSING COMPLETION PERCENTAGE SEASON

71.8% Midwestern State........................................................ 2009

TOTAL PLAYS GAME SEASON

121 Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Okla. ............. 2009 1,024 West Texas A&M.......................................................... 2007

TOTAL YARDS GAME SEASON

810 Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M....................... 2008 7,082 Abilene Christian.......................................................... 2007

PUNT RETURNS GAME

12

A&M-Commerce vs. North Texas................................ 1933

PUNT RETURN YARDS GAME

224

Angelo State vs. McMurry .......................................... 1969

KICKOFF RETURNS GAME

13

A&M-Commerce vs. Arkansas State........................... 1987

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS GAME

248

Southeastern Oklahoma vs. Midwestern................... 2000

PUNTS GAME SEASON

32 98

Sam Houston vs. A&M-Commerce............................. 1946 Stephen F. Austin......................................................... 1978

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GAME

11 11 11

West Texas A&M vs. New Mexico Highlands 2005 Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M....................... 2008 West Texas A&M at Southeastern Okla...................... 2010

PAT’s ATTEMPTED GAME

12 12

A&M-Commerce vs. NW Oklahoma........................... 1953 West Texas A&M vs. New Mexico Highlands............. 2005

FIELD GOALS MADE GAME

6

Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Okla.

2009

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED GAME

7

Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Okla............... 2009

INTERCEPTIONS GAME SEASON

9 37

Stephen F. Austin vs. Sam Houston............................. 1949 Texas A&M-Kingsville................................................... 1970

INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS GAME

188

Abilene Christian vs. Stephen F. Austin....................... 1982

FEWEST TOTAL PLAYS ALLOWED GAME 30 Howard Payne vs. Stephen F. Austin........................... 1959 SEASON 427 Lamar............................................................................ 1958

FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED GAME SEASON

-38 Tarleton State vs. Baptist Christian..........................1974 1,329 Sam Houston.......................................................1956,1964

FEWEST CARRIES ALLOWED GAME SEASON

12 12 12 12 289

Texas A&M-Kingsville vs. Tarleton State..................... 1970 A&M-Commerce vs. West Texas A&M....................... 2005 Northeastern State vs. West Texas A&M.................... 2006 Eastern New Mexico vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville.......... 2011 A&M-Commerce.......................................................... 2006


LSC Team Records FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED

GAME SEASON

GAME SEASON

-77 485

McMurry vs. Abilene Christian.................................... 1968 A&M-Commerce.......................................................... 1952

SEASON AVERAGE PER GAME 48.5

A&M-Commerce ......................................................... 1952

FEWEST PASS COMPLETIONS ALLOWED

SEASON AVERAGE PER GAME 49.2

Sam Houston ............................................................... 1956

FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED SEASON

34

Southwest Texas .......................................................... 1948

TURNOVERS SEASON

52

A&M-Commerce.......................................................... 1990

SEASON AVERAGE PER GAME 4.7

A&M-Commerce.......................................................... 1970

WINS SEASON

14 14

Angelo State................................................................. 1978 Southwest Texas........................................................... 1982

LONGEST WIN STREAK 42

Texas A&M-Kingsville.......................................................1973-1977

ATTENDANCE GAME

24,837 Lone Star Football Festival........................................... 2011

2012 Review

A&M-Commerce vs. Sam Houston............................. 1946 Sam Houston vs. A&M-Commerce............................. 1946 Howard Payne vs. East Central.................................... 1959 SW Texas vs. Texas Lutheran........................................ 1965 Howard Payne vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville.................... 1959 SW Texas vs. Howard Payne........................................ 1965 Stephen F. Austin vs. NW Louisiana............................ 1971 A&M-Commerce vs. Angelo State.............................. 1971 Texas A&M-Kingsville vs. SW Texas............................. 1974 Texas A&M-Kingsville vs. Livingston............................ 1978 Sam Houston vs. Stephen F. Austin............................. 1980 Texas A&M-Kingsville vs. Howard Payne.................... 1986 Cameron vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville............................. 1990 A&M-Commerce vs. Henderson................................. 1993 Eastern New Mexico vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville.......... 1999 Southwestern Oklahoma vs. A&M-Commerce.......... 2006 Angelo State vs. Eastern New Mexico........................ 2007 Abilene Christian vs. Eastern New Mexico................. 2007 Northeastern State at Eastern New Mexico............... 2007

The Players

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

All Games Above Angelo State vs. Central Oklahoma............................. 1973 Southwestern Oklahoma vs. Panhandle State........... 2001 Midwestern State vs. Western New Mexico.............. 2001 Sam Houston................................................................ 1956

The Coaches

GAME

0 0 0 0 443

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FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED

History/Records The LSC

Alester Givens holds the LSC record for most pass receptions in a game (15). WWW.TARLETONSPORTS.COM

Texan Football The University

Paul Williams is the LSC record holder for consecutive field goals made in a season (15) and a career (26).

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2012 LSC Over T1. T1. T3. T3. T5. T5. 7. T8. T8.

Midwestern State West Texas A&M Tarleton State Texas A&M Kingsville Abilene Christian Angelo State Eastern New Mexico Incarnate Word A&M Commerce

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

9-2 12-3 6-4 6-6 7-7 5-6 3-7 2-9 1-9

2011 LSC Over 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. T6. T6. T8. T8.

Midwestern State Abilene Christian West Texas A&M Tarleton State Texas A&M Kingsville Angelo State Incarnate Word Eastern New Mexico A&M Commerce

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

10-1 8-3 8-3 6-5 6-5 2-8 2-8 2-9 1-9

2010 Over LSC 1. Abilene Christian 2. Texas A&M Kingsville 3. West Texas A&M 4. Midwestern State 5. Northeastern State T6. East Central T6. Angelo State 8. Eastern New Mexico T9. Southeastern Oklahoma T9. Tarleton State T9. Southwestern Oklahoma T9. Incarnate Word T13. Central Oklahoma T13. A&M Commerce T1. T1. T3. T3. 5. 6. 7.

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

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

LSC North

Div.

Northeastern State East Central Eastern New Mexico Southwestern Okla. Southeastern Okla. A&M Commerce Central Okla.

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

LSC South

Div.

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

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

Abilene Christian Texas A&M Kingsville West Texas A&M Midwestern State Tarleton State Angelo State Incarnate Word

2009 Over LSC T1. T1. T1. T4.

Tarleton State Midwestern State Texas A&M Kingsville Abilene Christian

10-3 9-3 9-3 9-4

7-2 7-2 7-2 6-3

T4. West Texas A&M T6. Southeastern Oklahoma T6. Angelo State T6. A&M Commerce 9. Central Oklahoma T10. Eastern New Mexico T10. Northeastern State 12. Southwestern Oklahoma 13. East Central 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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

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

LSC North

Div.

A&M Commerce Southeastern Okla. Central Oklahoma Northeastern State Southwestern Okla. East Central

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

LSC South

Div.

T1. T1. T1. T1. 5. 6. 7.

4-2 4-2 4-2 4-2 3-3 2-4 0-6

Tarleton State Midwestern State Texas A&M Kingsville West Texas A&M Abilene Christian Angelo State Eastern New Mexico

2008

over LSC

1. Abilene Christian 2. West Texas A&M T3. Tarleton State T3. Texas A&M Kingsville T3. Central Oklahoma T3. Southeastern Oklahoma T7. Midwestern State T7. A&M Commerce 9. Angelo State 10. East Central T11. Southwestern Oklahoma T11. Eastern New Mexico 13. Northeastern State

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

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

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

LSC North

Div.

Central Oklahoma Southeastern Okla. A&M Commerce East Central Southwestern Okla. Northeastern State

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

1. 2. T3. T3. T3. 6. 7.

Abilene Christian West Texas A&M Tarleton State Texas A&M Kingsville Midwestern State Angelo State Eastern New Mexico

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LSC South Over Div.

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

2007 Over LSC 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

West Texas A&M Abilene Christian Tarleton State Midwestern State A&M Commerce Southwestern Oklahoma Central Oklahoma Eastern New Mexico Southeastern Oklahoma Northeastern State Texas A&M Kingsville Angelo State East Central

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

T1. T1. T1. T1. T1. 6.

LSC North

Div.

Southwestern Okla. A&M Commerce Southeastern Okla. Central Oklahoma Northeastern State East Central

3-2 3-2 3-2 3-2 3-2 0-5

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

LSC South

Div.

West Texas A&M Abilene Christian Tarleton State Midwestern State Texas A&M Kingsville Angelo State Eastern New Mexico

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

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

2006

over LSC

1. West Texas A&M T2. Midwestern State T2. Abilene Christian 4. Tarleton State 5. Southeastern Oklahoma T6. Central Oklahoma T6. Southwestern Oklahoma T6. Northeastern State T6. A&M Commerce T10. Texas A&M Kingsville T10. East Central T10. Eastern New Mexico T10. Angelo State

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

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

1. T2. T2. T4. T4. 6.

LSC North

Div.

Southeastern Okla. Southwestern Okla. Northeastern State A&M Commerce Central Oklahoma East Central

4-1 3-2 3-2 2-3 2-3 1-4

T1. T1. T3. T3. 5.

LSC South

Div.

West Texas A&M Tarleton State Midwestern State Abilene Christian Angelo State

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


All-Time Final LSC Standings

1-5 0-6

1. West Texas A&M T2. Southeastern Oklahoma T2. Angelo State 4. Tarleton State T5. Midwestern State T5. A&M Commerce T5. Texas A&M Kingsville T8. Abilene Christian T8. Eastern New Mexico 10. Central Oklahoma T11. East Central T11. Northeastern State 13. Southwestern Oklahoma

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

Div. 5-0 4-2 2-3 2-3 2-3 0-5

LSC South

Div.

West Texas A&M Angelo State Tarleton State Midwestern State Texas A&M Kingsville Eastern New Mexico Abilene Christian

6-1 4-2 3-3 3-3 2-4 2-4 2-4

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

T1. T1. T3. T3. 5. 6.

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

LSC North

Div.

Southeastern Okla. Central Okla. Tarleton State East Central Southwestern Okla. Northeastern State

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

LSC South Over Div. T1. Texas A&M Kingsville 9-2 5-1 T1. Midwestern State 8-3 5-1

8-0 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-2 5-3 3-5 3-5 3-5 2-6 2-6 2-6 0-8

LSC North Over Div.

1. T2. T2. T4. T4. 6.

Tarleton State Southeastern Okla. Central Oklahoma Northeastern State East Central Southwestern Okla.

1. 2. 3. T4. T4. T4. 7.

Texas A&M Kingsville Abilene Christian Midwestern State Eastern New Mexico West Texas A&M Angelo State A&M Commerce

8-4 7-3 9-3 3-7 3-8 5-6

4-1 3-2 3-2 2-3 2-3 1-4

LSC South Over Div. 11-2 6-4 7-3 6-5 3-8 3-8 1-10

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

2002

over LSC

1. Texas A&M Kingsville T2. Tarleton State T2. Abilene Christian T2. Midwestern State T5. Eastern New Mexico T5. Southeastern Oklahoma T5. Southwestern Oklahoma 8. Central Oklahoma 9. East Central T10. Northeastern State T10. Angelo State T10. A&M Commerce 13. West Texas A&M

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

1. T2. T2. T4. T4. 6.

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

LSC North Over Div. Tarleton State Southeastern Okla. Southwestern Okla. Central Oklahoma Northeastern State East Central

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

4-1 3-2 3-2 2-3 2-3 1-4

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

2001

over LSC

T1. Tarleton State T1. Texas A&M Kingsville 3. Angelo State 4. East Central 5. Midwestern State 6. A&M Commerce T7. Eastern New Mexico T7. Northeastern State 9. Abilene Christian T10. Southeastern Oklahoma T10. Southwestern Oklahoma 12. Central Oklahoma 13. West Texas A&M

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

LSC North 1. Midwestern State T2. East Central T2. Northeastern State T4. Southeastern Okla. T4. Southwestern Okla. 6. Central Oklahoma

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

Div. 4-1 3-2 3-2 2-3 2-3 1-4

LSC South

Div.

T1. T1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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

Texas A&M Kingsville Tarleton State Angelo State A&M Commerce Eastern New Mexico Abilene Christian West Texas A&M

2000

over LSC

1. Northeastern State T2. Central Oklahoma T2. Midwestern State T2. Eastern New Mexico T2. East Central 6. Tarleton State T7. Southwestern Oklahoma T7. West Texas A&M T7. Angelo State T10. A&M Commerce T10. Texas A&M Kingsville 12. Abilene Christian 13. Southeastern Oklahoma

9-1 5-5 7-4 6-4 6-5 6-5 6-4 5-6 6-4 5-6 4-7 1-9 1-9

1. T2. T2.

7-1 5-3 5-3 5-3 5-3 5-4 4-4 4-4 4-4 4-5 4-5 1-7 0-7

LSC North

Div.

Northeastern State Midwestern State Central Oklahoma

5-0 3-2 3-2

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Texan Football The University

over LSC

1. Texas A&M Kingsville T2. Southeastern Oklahoma T2. Central Oklahoma T2. Midwestern State 5. Tarleton State T6. Abilene Christian T6. East Central T6. Eastern New Mexico 9. A&M Commerce T10. Angelo State T10. West Texas A&M 12. Southwestern Oklahoma 13. Northwestern State

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

10-3 6-4 8-3 7-4 2-8 2-8 0-11

The LSC

2004

over LSC

1. Texas A&M Kingsville T2. Southeastern Oklahoma T2. Central Oklahoma T2. Midwestern State T2. Tarleton State 6. Abilene Christian T7. Angelo State T7. East Central T7. Eastern New Mexico T10. Northeastern State T10. Southwestern State T10. West Texas A&M 13. A&M Commerce

LSC South Over Div. Texas A&M Kingsville Abilene Christian Eastern New Mexico Midwestern State Angelo State A&M Commerce West Texas A&M

History/Records

1. 2. T3. T3. T5. T5. T5.

LSC North Southeastern Okla. A&M Commerce Central Oklahoma East Central Northeastern State Southwestern Okla.

2003

T1. T1. T3. T3. 5. 6. 7.

2012 Review

1. 2. T3. T3. T3. 6.

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

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

The Players

over LSC

6-5

The Coaches

2005

3. Eastern New Mexico 4. Abilene Christian 5. A&M Commerce T6. West Texas A&M T6. Angelo State

2013 Preview

6. Eastern New Mexico 7. Texas A&M Kingsville

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T4. Southwestern Okla. T4. East Central 6. Southeastern Okla.

2-3 2-3 0-5

LSC South

Div.

T1. T1. T3. T3. T3. T3. 7.

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

Eastern New Mexico Angelo State Tarleton State West Texas A&M A&M Commerce Texas A&M Kingsville Abilene Christian

1999

over LSC

T1. Southeastern Oklahoma T1. Northeastern State T1. Central Oklahoma T4. Eastern New Mexico T4. Angelo State T6. Texas A&M Kingsville T6. Tarleton State T8. Southwestern Oklahoma T8. Abilene Christian T8. A&M Commerce T11. Harding T11. East Central 13. Midwestern State 14. West Texas A&M 15. Ouachita Baptist

7-4 10-4 8-3 8-3 8-3 5-6 5-6 5-5 4-6 4-7 5-5 3-7 4-7 3-8 3-7

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

LSC North

Div.

T1. T1. T1. 4. T5. T5. 7.

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

Southeastern Okla. Northeastern State Central Oklahoma Southwestern Okla. Harding East Central Ouachita Baptist

LSC South

Div.

T1. T1. T3. T3. T5. T5. 7. 8.

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

Angelo State Eastern New Mexico Texas A&M Kingsville Tarleton State Abilene Christian A&M Commerce Midwestern State West Texas A&M

1998 OVER LSC 1. Central Oklahoma 2. Texas A&M Kingsville 3. West Texas A&M 4. Northeastern State T5. Eastern New Mexico T5. Angelo State 7. Harding 8. Southeastern Oklahoma 9. Ouachita Baptist T10. Tarleton State T10. Abilene Christian T10. A&M Commerce

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

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

13. East Central 2-8 14. Midwestern State 2-9 15. Southwestern Oklahoma 0-10 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

1-7 1-8 0-9

LSC North

Div.

Central Oklahoma Northeastern State Harding Southeastern Okla. Ouachita Baptist East Central Southwestern Okla.

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

LSC South

Div.

1. 2. T3. T3. T5. T5. T5. 8.

8-1 7-2 6-3 6-3 3-6 3-6 3-6 1-8

Texas A&M Kingsville West Texas A&M Eastern New Mexico Angelo State Abilene Christian A&M Commerce Tarleton State Midwestern State

1997

over LSC

1. Texas A&M Kingsville 2. Angelo State 3. Central Oklahoma 4. West Texas A&M T5. Southwestern Oklahoma T5. Abilene Christian 7. Northeastern State T8. Southeastern Oklahoma T8. Harding T8. Ouachita Baptist T11. A&M Commerce T11. Eastern New Mexico T11. Midwestern State T11. Tarleton State 15. East Central

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

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

LSC North

Div.

T1. T1. 3. T4. T4. 6. 7.

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

Central Oklahoma Southwestern Okla. Northeastern State Harding Ouachita Baptist Southeastern Okla. East Central

LSC South

Div.

1. 2. T3. T3. T5. T5. T5. 8.

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

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1996 Over LSC 1. 2. T3. T3. T3. T6. T6. 8.

Texas A&M Kingsville Central Oklahoma A&M Commerce Angelo State Abilene Christian Tarleton State Eastern New Mexico West Texas A&M

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

7-0 5-2 4-3 4-3 4-3 2-5 2-5 0-7

1995 Over LSC 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Texas A&M Kingsville A&M Commerce Angelo State Central Oklahoma Eastern New Mexico Abilene Christian West Texas A&M Tarleton State

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

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


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Offensive Player of the Year 2012 Dustin Vaughan, West Texas A&M 2011 Brandon Kelsey, Midwestern State

Offensive Lineman of the Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007

Ken Van Heule, Midwestern State Amini Silatolu, Midwestern State *Carlos Savala, East Central ^Royland Tubbs, Abilene Christian ^Amini Silatolu, Midwestern State *Luke Sapolu, Central Oklahoma *R.J. Brisbon, A&M-Commerce ^Tony Washington, Abilene Christian *Dustin Flinn, Central Oklahoma *R.J. Brisbon, Texas A&M-Commerce ^Tony Washington, Abilene Christian *Austin Ellis, Southwestern Okla. *Darron Sheppard, A&M-Commerce ^Nathan Young, Abilene Christian

2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 ville 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984

*Rayshaun Hollings, Southeastern Okla. ^Nathan Young, Abilene Christian *Ryan Graves, A&M-Commerce ^Sam Skidmore, Tarleton State *Sam Skidmore, Tarleton State ^Pat McCoy, West Texas A&M *Kert Turner, Tarleton State ^Kevin Palmer, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Micah Lomas, Northeastern State ^Walter Wigfall, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Micah Lomas, Northeastern State ^Ryan Seward, Tarleton State *Joe Jones, Southeastern Okla. ^Robert Garza, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Joe Jones, Southeastern Okla. *Chris Meredith, Northeastern State ^Robert Garza, Texas A&M-Kingsville * John Fitzgerald, Central Oklahoma ^James Dearth, Tarleton State *Dustin McNeal, Central Oklahoma ^Trent Dagen, Texas A&M-Commerce Todd Perkins, Texas A&M-Kingsville Jermane Mayberry, Texas A&M-KingsKevin Dogins, Texas A&M-Kingsville Keith Wagner, Abilene Christian Earl Dotson, Texas A&M-Kingsville Brian Nielsen, Texas A&M-Kingsville Keithen Degrate, Texas A&M-Kingsville John Randle, Texas A&M-Kingsville Rod Mounts, Texas A&M-Kingsville Moses Horn, Texas A&M-Kingsville Moses Horn, Texas A&M-Kingsville Pat Graves, Angelo State Dam Remsberg, Abilene Christian

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Torrence Allen, West Texas A&M Robert Armstrong, Texas A&M-Kingsville Taylor Gabriel, Abilene Christian David Little, Midwestern State *Trey McVey, Northeastern State ^Edmund Gates, Abilene Christian *Daniel Nichols, Southeastern Okla.

^Andy Tanner, Midwestern State *Willie Thornton, A&M-Commerce ^Charly Martin, West Texas A&M *JaMichael Palmer, A&M-Commerce ^Johnny Knox, Abilene Christian *Jarrett Byers, Northeastern State ^Jerale Badon, Abilene Christian *Jeremie Berry, Southeastern Okla. *Danny Howards, Southwestern Okla. ^Tonae Martin, West Texas A&M *Zach Edwards, Central Oklahoma ^Maurice Washington, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Romar Crenshaw, Southeastern Okla. ^Anthony Armstrong, West Texas A&M *Dee Dee Carter, Central Oklahoma ^Gary Lusk, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Dee Dee Carter, Central Oklahoma ^Eric Spencer, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Shevron Glover, Southwestern Okla. ^Chris Chambers, Tarleton State

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2012 2011 2010 2009

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

History/Records

Wide Receiver of the Year

2006 LSC South Division Offensive Back of the Year Michael Sampson

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Khiry Robinson, West Texas A&M Mitchell Gale, Abilene Christian *Wes Wood, Eastern New Mexico *Baylen Laury, Southeastern Okla. ^Mitchell Gale, Abilene Christian *Jason Palmer, Central Oklahoma ^Zack Eskridge, Midwestern State ^Keithon Flemming, West Texas A&M *Marcus Johnson, East Central ^Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian *Marcus Johnson, East Central *Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian *Justin Pitrucha, Southeastern Okla. *Cliff Edwards, A&M-Commerce ^Michael Sampson, Tarleton State *Cliff Edwards, A&M-Commerce ^Derrick Ross, Tarleton State *Drew Beard, Southeastern Okla. ^Daniel Taylor, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Drew Beard, Southeastern Okla. ^Daniel Taylor, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Gerome Castleberry, East Central ^Abel Gonzales, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Brett Manning, Central Oklahoma ^Steve Kelly, Tarleton State *Damian Everett, Northeastern State ^Steve Kelley, Tarleton State *Carlton Booe, Northeastern State ^Bobby Rodriguez, Eastern New Mexico *Reggie Donner, Central Oklahoma ^Bryan Gilmore, Midwestern State *Chris Pierson, Harding ^Erik Hartman, Angelo State Jubarko Gaines, Central Oklahoma Derrick Johnson, Eastern New Mexico Joe Aska, Central Oklahoma Rex Lamberti, Abilene Christian Anthony Brooks, A&M-Commerce Bobby Bounds, A&M-Commerce Bobby Bounds, A&M-Commerce Heath Sherman, Texas A&M-Kingsville Johnny Bailey, Texas A&M-Kingsville Heath Sherman, Texas A&M-Kingsville

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Freshman of the Year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995

Clayton Callicutt, Angelo State Jimmy Pipken, Midwestern State *Josh Birmingham, Central Oklahoma ^Daryl Cantu-Harkless, Abilene Christian *Michael Yoder, Northeastern State ^Dakarai Pecikonis, Angelo State *Luke Lundy, Southwestern Okla. ^Aston Whiteside, Abilene Christian *Jake Olivarez, Southwestern Okla. *Chris Miller, A&M-Commerce *Jon Evans, Northeastern State ^Keithon Flemming, West Texas A&M *Daniel Nichols, Southeastern Okla. ^Tony Harp, Abilene Christian ^Roderick Smith, Tarleton State *Justin Pitrucha, Southeastern Okla. ^Kyle Fox, Angelo State *Tywain Myles, Tarleton State *Drew Rigsby, Southwestern Okla. ^Daniel Polk, Midwestern State *Jeremy Madkins, Tarleton State ^Danieal Manning, Abilene Christian *Willie Lane, East Central ^Dwayne Davis, Eastern New Mexico *Jim Jenkins, Southwestern Okla. ^Kyle Masters, Tarleton State *Donald Ponds, Northeastern State ^Eric Mims, Eastern New Mexico *Micah Lomas, Northeastern State *Nathan Syer, Ouachita Baptist ^Adrian Barnes, A&M-Commerce *Claude Davis, Central Oklahoma ^Kiah Johnson, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Brad Shea, Central Oklahoma ^DeWayne Miles, West Texas A&M Reggie Durden, Texas A&M-Kingsville David Dell, A&M-Commerce

1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971

Richard Wooten, Abilene Christian Larry Young, Texas A&M-Kingsville Greg Stokes, Angelo State Brian Barnett, Eastern New Mexico Ethan Sheffield, Abilene Christian Billy Watkins, A&M-Commerce Michael Ivory, Cameron Rich Stephens, West Texas A&M Johnny Eaton, Texas A&M-Kingsville Jarrod Owens, A&M- Commerce Johnny Bailey, Texas A&M-Kingsville Heath Sherman, Texas A&M-Kingsville Mike Dyal, Texas A&M-Kingsville Tollie Royal, Sam Houston State Melvin White, Stephen F. Austin Loyal Proffitt, Abilene Christian Willie Kerley, Abilene Christian Norris Powell, Southwest Texas State Tony January, Sam Houston State Mike Miller, Southwest Texas State Danny Kirk, A&M-Commerce Elvis Shaw, Southwest Texas State Jerry Aldridge, Angelo State Larry Collins, Texas A&M-Kingsville Wilbert Montgomery, Abilene Christian Larry Mayer, Stephen F. Austin Charley Franklin, Angelo State

Defensive Player of the Year 2012 Ethan Westbrookss, West Texas A&M 2011 Aston Whiteside, Abilene Christian

Defensive Lineman of the Year 2012 Rufus Johnson, Tarleton State 2011 Aston Whiteside, Abilene Christian 2010 *Armonty Bryant, East Central ^Aston Whiteside, Abilene Christian

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

*William Green, A&M-Commerce ^Eugene Sims, West Texas A&M *Ricky Hope, A&M-Commerce ^Aston Whiteside, Abilene Christian, ^Jimmy Saddler-McQueen, Texas A&MKingsville ^Eugene Sims, West Texas A&M *Marcus Smith, A&M- Commerce ^Brandon Swain, West Texas A&M *Brad Hill, Southeastern Okla. *Sean McKinney, A&M-Commerce ^Tywain Myles, Tarleton State *Terrance Smith, A&M-Commerce ^Clayton Farrell, Abilene Christian * Justin Brown, East Central ^Clayton Farrell, Abilene Christian ^Wilbert Martin, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Reggie Johnson, Southeastern Okla. ^Derrick Crawford, A&M-Commerce *Kevin Mohr, Tarleton State ^Mike Clay, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Michael Matthew, Northeastern State ^Mike Clay, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Rod Kelly, Northeastern State ^Curry Dawson, Angelo State *Claude Davis, Central Oklahoma ^Antonio Wilson, A&M-Commerce *Johnny Luter, Central Oklahoma ^Michael Walton, Eastern New Mexico *Chad Gruver, Central Oklahoma ^Junior Filikitonga, Abilene Christian Johnny Luter, Central Oklahoma Greg Stokes, Angelo State Greg Stokes, Angelo State Moke Simon, Texas A&M-Kingsville J.D. Garland, Angelo State Terry Tilton, Angelo State Michael Sinclair, Eastern New Mexico John Randle, Texas A&M-Kingsville John Randle, Texas A&M-Kingsville Pierce Holt, Angelo State

Linebacker of the Year

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2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

Danny Mason, A&M-Commerce Jeremy Aguilar, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Johnny Evans, Northeastern State ^Tressor Baptiste, Texas A&M- Kingsville *Cory Whitfield, A&M- Commerce ^Marcus Phillips, Tarleton State *K.C. Asiodu, Central Oklahoma *Ruzell McCoy, Southwestern Okla. ^Jared Brock, West Texas A&M *Will Clewis, Central Oklahoma ^Jared Brock, West Texas A&M *Will Clewis, Central Oklahoma ^Erick Smith, Tarleton State *J.D. Hearn, A&M-Commerce ^Deandrae Fillmore, Texas A&MKingsville *Ken Jones, Tarleton State *Chris Sawyer, Southeastern Okla. ^Deandrae Fillmore, Texas A&M- Kingsville ^James Williamson, Angelo State


All-Time LSC Award Winners *Derek Thomas, Tarleton State ^Jarred Williams, A&MCommerce *Kwame Ferguson, East Central ^Chaun Thompson, West Texas A&M *Columbus Wooley, Midwestern State ^Kiah Johnson, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Van Cleave, Northeastern State ^Kiah Johnson, Texas A&M-Kingsville

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2003 2002 2001 2000

The Coaches

Defensive Back of the Year

2005, 2006, 2007 Defensive Back of the Year Renardrick Phillips

Coach of the Year

Ron Harms, Texas A&M-Kingsville Bob Strader, Abilene Christian Ron Harms, Texas A&M-Kingsville Don Carthel, Eastern New Mexico Eddie Vowell, A&M-Commerce Ron Harms, Texas A&M-Kingsville Eddie Vowell, A&M-Commerce Jerry Vandergriff, Angelo State Bill Kelly, West Texas A&M Ron Harms, Texas A&M-Kingsville Jerry Vandergriff, Angelo State Ernest Hawkins, A&M-Commerce Jim Wacker, Southwest Texas State Ted Sitton, Abilene Christian Jim Wacker, Southwest Texas State Charles Simmons, Stephen F. Austin Melvin Brown, Sam Houston State Jim Hess, Angelo State Gil Steinke, Texas A&M-Kingsville Gil Steinke, Texas A&M-Kingsville Gil Steinke, Texas A&M-Kingsville Wally Bullington, Abilene Christian Ernest Hawkins, A&M-Commerce James Cameron, Angelo State Gil Steinke, Texas A&M-Kingsville Ernest Hawkins, A&M-Commerce Buddy Fornes, McMurry Gil Steinke, Texas A&M-Kingsville Ernest Hawkins, A&M-Commerce David Slaughter, Sul Ross State David Slaughter, Sul Ross State Milton Jowers, Southwest Texas State

Outstanding Back of the Year 1990 Gary Compton, A&M-Commerce 1989 Johnny Bailey, Texas A&M-Kingsville 1988 Johnny Bailey, Texas A&M-Kingsville

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1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1962

The LSC

Bill Maskill, Midwestern State Don Carthel, West Texas A&M Bo Atterberry, Texas A&M-Kingsville Bill Maskill, Midwestern State *Tim McCarty, East Central ^Chris Thomsen, Abilene Christian *Guy Morriss, A&M-Commerce ^Bill Maskill, Midwestern State ^Dale Carr, Angelo State *Tracy Holland, Central Oklahoma ^Chris Thomsen, Abilene Christian *John Horner, Northeastern State ^Don Carthel, West Texas A&M, ^Sam McElroy, Tarleton State ^Chris Thomsen, Abilene Christian *Ryan Held, Southwestern Okla. ^Chris Thomsen, Abilene Christian *Ray Richards, Southeastern Okla. ^Don Carthel, West Texas A&M *Keith Baxter, Southeastern Okla. ^Richard Cundiff, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Todd Whitten, Tarleton State ^Richard Cundiff, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Todd Whitten, Tarleton State ^Bud Elliott, Eastern New Mexico *Dennis Darnell, East Central ^Todd Whitten, Tarleton State *Tom Eckert, Northeastern State ^Bud Elliott, Eastern New Mexico *Morris Sloan, Southeastern Okla. ^Bud Elliott, Eastern New Mexico *Gary Howard, Central Oklahoma ^Bud Elliott, Eastern New Mexico *Gary Howard, Central Oklahoma ^Jerry Vandergriff, Angelo State Todd Whitten, Tarleton State Ron Harms, Texas A&M-Kingsville

History/Records

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995

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LB Suggs, Abilene Christian Deshaun Phillips, Tarleton State *Tillman Stevens, Eastern New Mexico ^Tae Evans, West Texas A&M *Giorgio Durham, Central Oklahoma ^Tony Harp, Abilene Christian ^Micah Hill, Midwestern State *Broderick Mondy, Northeastern State ^Jabir Perkins, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Broderick Mondy, Northeastern State ^Renardrick Phillips, Tarleton State *Darvin Peterson, A&M-Commerce ^Renardrick Phillips, Tarleton State *Norman Dawson, Southeastern Okla. ^Renardrick Phillips, Tarleton State *Courtenay Sanders, Tarleton State ^Danieal Manning, Abilene Christian *Terry Grayson, Northeastern State ^Eddie Moten, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Brandon Young, Tarleton State ^Nicholas Davis, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Germont Jackson, Midwestern State ^Charles Davis, Tarleton State *Cecil Deckard, Southwestern Okla. ^J.R. Turner Texas A&M-Kingsville *Itis Atkinson, Northeastern State ^Kareem Larimore, West Texas A&M *Brandon Carder, Central Oklahoma ^Cedric Johnson, Texas A&M-Kingsville *Landon Curtis, Southwestern Okla. ^Victor Curke, Abilene Christian Kevin Mathis, A&M-Commerce Conrad Hamilton, Eastern New Mexico Conrad Hamilton, Eastern New Mexico Tyrone Marshall, Texas A&M-Kingsville Elton Rhoades, Central Oklahoma Anthony Phillips, Texas A&M-Kingsville Eric Turner, A&M-Commerce Eric Turner, A&M-Commerce Anthony Pertile, Eastern New Mexico Anthony Pertile, Eastern New Mexico Anthony Pertile, Eastern New Mexico Rickey Collins, Texas A&M-Kingsville Mike Wallace, Eastern New Mexico Gregg Fisher, Howard Payne James Jefferson, Texas A&M-Kingsville Glenn Saterfield, Angelo State

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1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964

Johnny Bailey, Texas A&M-Kingsville Johnny Bailey, Texas A&M-Kingsville Tod Mayfield, West Texas A&M Ned Cox, Angelo State Anthony Thomas, Abilene Christian Kyle Mackey, A&M-Commerce Darrell Green, Texas A&M-Kingsville Mike Miller, Southwest Texas State Wade Wilson, A&M-Commerce Paul Hood, Stephen F. Austin Jerry Aldridge, Angelo State Larry Collins, Texas A&M-Kingsville Richard Ritchie, Texas A&M-Kingsville Richard Ritchie, Texas A&M-Kingsville Don Hardeman, Texas A&M-Kingsville Wilbert Montgomery, Abilene Christian Kenneth Parks, A&M-Commerce Ronnie Colliflower, Howard Payne Jerry Austin, Angelo State Robert Pearce, Stephen F. Austin Arthur James, A&M-Commerce Jesse Perkins, Southwest Texas State David Morrison, Southwest Texas State Luz Pedraza, Sul Ross State Randy Johnson, Texas A&M-Kingsville

OutstandingLinemanoftheYear

1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966

Michael Sinclair, Eastern New Mexico Terry Bagsby, A&M-Commerce John Randle, Texas A&M-Kingsville John Randle, Texas A&M-Kingsville Pierce Holt, Angelo State Pierce Holt, Angelo State Henry Jackson, Angelo State Steven Ford, Angelo State Cyril Friday, Southwest Texas State Tim Staskus, Southwest Texas State Clayton Weishuhn, Angelo State Clayton Weishuhn, Angelo State Andy Hawkins, Texas A&M-Kingsville Clay Lowry, Sam Houston State Glenn Starks, Texas A&M-Kingsville Larry Grunewald, Texas A&M-Kingsville Johnny Perkins, Abilene Christian Jerry Janik, Texas A&M-Kingsville Leroy Johnson, A&M-Commerce Curtis Wester, A&M-Commerce Ken Sanders, Howard Payne Claude McMillon, Texas A&M-Kingsville Robert Young, Texas A&M-Kingsville David Munden, Sam Houston State George Wright, Sam Houston State James Greer, Stephen F. Austin Wilbur Aylor, Southwest Texas State Frank Lane, Stephen F. Austin

2007 LSC South Division Coach of the Year Sam McElroy

2005 LSC South Division Offensive Back of the Year Derrick Ross

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Established in 1996 Name, School Sport/Role (Year Inducted) Johnny Bailey......................................... Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football (2000) Autry Beamon.............................................. A&M-Commerce, Football (2012) Amy Bippert Bohensky................................ Angelo State, Track & Field (2010) Sid Blanks.............................................. Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football (2002) Delmer Brown.................................... A&M-Commerce, Coach/Trainer (2000) Wally Bullington........Abilene Christian, Football/Coach/Administrator (1999) Sarah Butler Carthel...................................West Texas A&M, Volleyball (2008) Jennifer Clarkson.......................................Abilene Christian, Basketball (2002) Dr. Bill Crabtree................................................. East Texas State, Coach (2007) James Dearth................................................Tarleton State, Football (2013) Karl Douglas........................................... Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football (2009) Kyle Freeman............................................. Angelo State, Football/Track (2003) Roberto Garza................. Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football/Track & Field (2011) Phil George............................................................. Angelo State, Coach (1996) Darrell Green......................................... Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football (1998) Ron Harms.........................Texas A&M-Kingsville, Coach/Administrator (2003) Ernest Hawkins................................................ A&M-Commerce, Coach (2004) Jesse Hawthorne.................................A&M-Commerce, Administrator (1996) Pierce Holt...........................................................Angelo State, Football (2000) Fred Jacoby..................................Lone Star Conference, Commissioner (2007) Arthur James................................................ A&M-Commerce, Football (2008) Wes Kittley................................. Abilene Christian, Track & Field/Coach (2006) Jo Kuhn...................................................Texas Woman’s, Administrator (2002) B.B. Lees............................. Eastern New Mexico, Coach/Administrator (1998) Delloreen Ennis-London....................... Abilene Christian, Track & Field (2012) Harvey Martin.............................................. A&M-Commerce, Football (2010) Sam McCord................................................... East Texas State, Football (2006) Ed Messbarger...................................... Angelo State, Basketball/Coach (2006) Wilbert Montgomery...................................Abilene Christian, Football (1996) Shirley Morton...........................................Angelo State, Administrator (1997) David Noble............................................................ Angelo State, Coach (2004) Fred Nuesch................................. Texas A&M-Kingsville, Administrator (2005) Julie Myatt O’Dell.......................................West Texas A&M, Volleyball (2005) Billy Olson......................................................... Abilene Christian, Track (1997) Joshua K. Owusu.......................................... Angelo State, Track & Field (2009) Dr. Don “Doc” Parham....................SE Oklahoma, Coach/Administrator (2007) Jennifer Goble Poyer.......... Eastern New Mexico, Volleyball/Basketball (2011) John Randle........................................... Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football (2008) Richard Ritchie....................................... Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football (1999) Garner Roberts..............Abilene Christian, Sports Information Director (2013) Claudia Schleyer........................................Abilene Christian, Basketball (1998) Lewis Ingraham “L.I.” Smith.................A&M-Commerce, Administrator (2005) Gil Steinke................................................. Texas A&M-Kingsville, Coach (1996) Gene Upshaw........................................ Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football (1997) Lloyd Vincent..............................................Angelo State, Administrator (1999) John “Skip” Wagnon...............Central Oklahoma, Administrator/Coach (2004) Clayton Weishuhn...............................................Angelo State, Football (2013) Dwight White............................................... A&M-Commerce, Football (2011)

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Former Tarleton State football standout James Dearth has been named one of three inductees into the Lone Star Conference Hall of Honor, the league office announced in early August. Along with Dearth, the 2013 inductees also includes another football standout in Angelo State’s Clayton Weishuhn and a previous sports information director, Garner Roberts from Abilene Christian. These former players and administration staff make up the 2013 class of inductees for the LSC Hall of Honor, which recognizes outstanding individuals who have brought pride and honor to the conference through their contributions as an athlete or who have demonstrated a longterm commitment to the betterment of the conference as a coach or administrator. The inductees were chosen by a panel of athletic administrators throughout the league. “This year’s class is very deserving and seems to represent the contrasting ways people have been associated with our league over the years. You have a guy like James, who accomplished a whole lot in a very brief period of time, and then a guy like Garner, who really has made lifelong contributions to the conference. And, of course, Clayton’s experience of achieving individual success while also helping his team to accomplish national prominence is to be celebrated. These three truly speak to the tradition of our conference and are joining their rightful place among other Lone Star Conference greats,” said LSC Commissioner Stan Wagnon. Each of the inductees will receive the LSC’s signature Hall of Honor award, a 15-inch custom-sculpted eagle figurine mounted on a cherry wood base. The awards for Dearth, Roberts and Weishuhn are to be presented this fall. Here is a closer look at each of the 2013 inductees to the LSC Hall of Honor: James Dearth, Tarleton State, Football: Dearth, who is TSU’s first LSC Hall of Honor inductee, was a two-time second team All-American in football and an All-American in the shot put. Drafted in 1996 in the sixth round by the Cleveland Browns, he is a 12-year veteran of the NFL as a deep snapper. Dearth played for the Texans from 1996-98, tallying 77 catches for 992 yards and nine TDs in three seasons. He actually started at quarterback in TSU’s opening game in 1996 before moving to tight end, where he twice was named first team All-LSC South Division and second team NCAA Division II All-America. The Scurry, Texas, native was named the 1998 LSC South Offensive Lineman of the Year as he finished his senior season with 19 catches for 333 yards in the final four games. He also earned All-America honors in the shot put in 1998 while competing for Tarleton’s track and field team. Dearth was inducted into the TSU Hall of Fame in 2012. Dearth was enshrined into the Tarleton Athletics Hall of Fame Garner Roberts, Abilene Christian, Sports Information Director: Roberts served ACU as its Sports Information Director for 25 years from 1973-98, watching the Wildcats win 41 national championships and 89 Lone Star Conference titles, and then worked at the university in various marketing roles until 2004. He also served as the LSC media relations director from 1984-95, while still performing his duties at ACU. Roberts was inducted into the ACU Sports Hall of Fame in October 1999 as the 11th recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award. A 1970 ACU graduate, he has worked at athletics events all over the globe, including track and field opening and closing ceremonies at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. In 1987, Roberts received CoSIDA’s Warren Berg Award and is a member of the CoSIDA Hall of Fame.

Clayton Weishuhn, Angelo State, Football: Weishuhn was a threetime first team All-LSC selection during his career from 1978-81 and one of the top defensive players to wear an ASU uniform. He played during the most successful era in Ram football as ASU posted a 39-8-1 record during his four years with the program. Weishuhn was a part of Ram teams that made three-straight postseason appearances, the only such streak in school history. As a freshman, he was a member of the ASU football team that won the 1978 NAIA national championship, going 14-0, the program’s only undefeated season. Weishuhn ended his playing career as the Rams’ all-time leading tackler with 523 stops, a record that he still holds to this day. After earning second team All-American honors as a junior, he was a consensus first team All-American pick after his senior season in 1981 after setting the school record with 173 tackles. Weishuhn earned first team All-LSC acclaim after each of his three final seasons (1979-81) and was a two-time selection for the J.V. Sikes Award (1980-81) given to the outstanding lineman in the LSC. He is one of nine former ASU players to go on to a playing career in the NFL as he was drafted by the New England Patriots in the third round of the 1982 draft.

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Name, School, Sport/Role 2013 (announced August 5, 2013) James Dearth, Tarleton State, Football Garner Roberts, Abilene Christian, Sports Information Director Clayton Weishuhn, Angelo State, Football 2012 (announced June 25, 2012) Autry Beamon, Texas A&M-Commerce, Football Delloreen Ennis-London, Abilene Christian, Track & Field 2011 (announced June 30, 2011) Roberto Garza, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football/Track & Field Jennifer Goble Poyer, Eastern New Mexico, Volleyball/Basketball Dwight White, Texas A&M-Commerce, Football 2010 (announced June 17, 2010) Amy Bippert Bohensky, Angelo State, Track & Field Harvey Martin, Texas A&M-Commerce, Football 2009 (announced July 8, 2009) Karl Douglas, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football Joshua K. Owusu, Angelo State, Track & Field 2008 (announced July 7, 2008) Sarah Butler Carthel, West Texas A&M, Volleyball Arthur James, Texas A&M-Commerce, Football John Randle, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football 2007 (announced August 7, 2007) Dr. Bill Crabtree, Texas A&M-Commerce, Coach Fred Jacoby, Lone Star Conference, Commissioner Dr. Don “Doc” Parham, Southeastern Oklahoma, Coach/Administrator 2006 (announced September 28, 2006) Wes Kittley, Abilene Christian, Track & Field/Coach Sam McCord, Texas A&M-Commerce, Football Ed Messbarger, Angelo State, Basketball/Coach 2005 (announced July 12, 2005) Fred Nuesch, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Administrator Julie Myatt O’Dell, West Texas A&M, Volleyball Lewis Ingraham “L.I.” Smith, Texas A&M-Commerce, Administrator 2004 (announced July 22, 2004) Ernest Hawkins, Texas A&M-Commerce, Coach David Noble, Angelo State, Coach John “Skip” Wagnon, Central Oklahoma, Administrator/Coach 2003 (announced June 6, 2003) Kyle Freeman, Angelo State, Football/Track Ron Harms, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Coach/Administrator Wade Wilson, Texas A&M-Commerce, Football 2002 (announced January 2002) Sid Blanks, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football Jennifer Clarkson, Abilene Christian, Basketball Jo Kuhn, Texas Woman’s, Administrator 2001 No inductees 2000 (announced Fall 2000) Johnny Bailey, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football Pierce Holt, Angelo State, Football Delmer Brown, Texas A&M-Commerce, Coach/Trainer 1999 (announced July 1, 1999) Wally Bullington, Abilene Christian, Football/Coach/Administrator Richard Ritchie, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football Lloyd Vincent, Angelo State, Administrator 1998 (announced Fall 1998) Darrell Green, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football B.B. Lees, Eastern New Mexico, Coach/Administrator Claudia Schleyer, Abilene Christian, Basketball 1997 (announced Fall 1997) Shirley Morton, Angelo State, Administrator Billy Olson, Abilene Christian, Track Gene Upshaw, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football 1996 (announced Oct. 10, 1996) Phil George, Angelo State, Coach Jesse Hawthorne, Texas A&M-Commerce, Administrator Wilbert Montgomery, Abilene Christian, Football Gil Steinke, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Coach

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Inductees Listed By School

Abilene Christian (8): Wally Bullington, Abilene Christian, Football/Coach/Administrator (1999) Jennifer Clarkson, Abilene Christian, Basketball (2002) Wes Kittley, Abilene Christian, Track & Field/Coach (2006) Delloreen Ennis-London, Abilene Christian, Track & Field (2012) Wilbert Montgomery, Abilene Christian, Football (1996) Billy Olson, Abilene Christian, Track (1997) Garner Roberts, Abilene Christian, Sports Information Director (2013) Claudia Schleyer, Abilene Christian, Basketball (1998) Angelo State (10): Amy Bippert-Bohensky, Angelo State, Track & Field (2010) Kyle Freeman, Angelo State, Football/Track (2003) Phil George, Angelo State, Coach (1996) Pierce Holt, Angelo State, Football (2000) Ed Messbarger, Angelo State, Basketball/Coach (2006) Shirley Morton, Angelo State, Administrator (1997) David Noble, Angelo State, Coach (2004) Joshua K. Owusu, Angelo State, Track & Field (2009) Lloyd Vincent, Angelo State, Administrator (1999) Clayton Weishuhn, Angelo State, Football (2013) Central Oklahoma (1): John “Skip” Wagnon, Central Oklahoma, Administrator/Coach (2004) Eastern New Mexico (2): B.B. Lees, Eastern New Mexico, Coach/Administrator (1998) Jennifer Goble Poyer, Eastern New Mexico, Volleyball/Basketball (2011) Lone Star Conference (1): Fred Jacoby, Lone Star Conference, Commissioner (2007) Southeastern Oklahoma (1): Dr. Don “Doc” Parham, Coach/Admin., Southeastern Oklahoma (2007) Tarleton State (1): James Dearth, Tarleton State, Football (2013) Texas A&M-Commerce (11): Autry Beamon, Texas A&M-Commerce, Football (2012) Delmer Brown, Texas A&M-Commerce, Coach/Trainer (2000) Dr. Bill Crabtree, Coach, Texas A&M-Commerce (2007) Ernest Hawkins ,Texas A&M-Commerce, Coach (2004) Jesse Hawthorne, Texas A&M-Commerce, Administrator (1996) Lewis Ingraham “L.I.” Smith, Texas A&M-Commerce, Administrator (2005) Arthur James, Texas A&M-Commerce, Football (2008) Harvey Martin, Texas A&M-Commerce, Football (2010) Sam McCord, Texas A&M-Commerce, Football (2006) Dwight White, Texas A&M-Commerce, Football (2011) Wade Wilson, Texas A&M-Commerce, Football (2003) Texas A&M-Kingsville (11): Johnny Bailey, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football (2000) Sid Blanks, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football (2002) Karl Douglas, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football (2009) Roberto Garza, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football/Track & Field (2011) Darrell Green, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football (1998) Ron Harms, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Coach/Administrator (2003) Fred Nuesch, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Administrator (2005) John Randle, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football (2008) Richard Ritchie, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football (1999) Gil Steinke, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Coach (1996) Gene Upshaw, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Football (1997) Texas Woman’s (1): Jo Kuhn, Texas Woman’s, Administrator (2002) West Texas A&M (2): Sarah Butler Carthel, West Texas A&M, Volleyball (2008) Julie Myatt O’Dell, West Texas A&M, Volleyball (2005)


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The Tarleton Texan football team has established itself as a national contender on a yearly basis. The Texans have claimed four division titles in the last 12 seasons while claiming two Lone Star Conference Championships (2001 and 2009). Fans flock to the excitement in Memorial Stadium, averaging more than 5,500 fans at each contest last season. There were over 6,500 fans that attended last season’s home-opening win over No. 4-ranked Midwestern State last season. The Texans have a 45-19 record in Memorial Stadium since 2001, and the program has received national attention in the national polls over the last several seasons. Winning is no longer a phenomenon, it’s a tradition. And it’s something to get EXCITED about!

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Tarleton Athletic Performance

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In gaining the competitive edge, the Tarleton Strength and Conditioning program is much more than a weight room. The program encompasses all of the components of movement involved in speed, agility and quickness. Athletes are monitored and given specific exercises with instructions for movements needed to improve. The staff educates athletes regarding the importance of nutritionto-athletic performance, healthy eating habits, achieving a proper bodyweight and much more. Head Strength and Conditioning Coach, Rod Cole, leads the way in providing his athletes with an intense workout specifically aimed at maximizing potential and gaining competitive edge. The focus and intensity in the weight room is targeted to be the same as in a game; thus, athletes attack the weights with high intensity, replicating movements of the sport.

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The Texans open up training camp August 14th in preparation for the upcoming 2013 season. Tarleton will have exactly one month to prepare for its first game when the season kicks off on Sept. 14, against Midwestern State at the Lone Star Football Festival. The Texans and Mustangs will clash at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, as part of a three-day event. Kickoff is set for 4 p.m.

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Home Field Advantage

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The Texans are 45-19 at Memorial Stadium since 2001.

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Last season, the Texans had a total of 27,246 fans in five home games - over 1,000 more fans than the 2011 season.

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In Texans have averaged over 6,000 fans in home-openers since the 2001 season.

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Winning Percentage

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The Texans have the second best winning percentage in the Lone Star Conference since 2000. Tarleton is 76-38 (.666) in conference matchups over the past 13 seasons.

Tarleton’s 94-49 (.657) overall record since 2000 also ranks second best among current LSC member teams.

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Midwestern State

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Tarleton State

.657

.666

A&M-Kingsville

.628

.666

West Texas A&M

.587

.607

Eastern New Mexico .431

.366

Angelo State

.381

.415

A&M-Commerce

.338

.377


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From the marching band to the full stands to the smell of the concession stand, the game day excitement is in the air every time the Texans line up and snap the ball. Join the fun at Texan Alley before the game where fans can eat with the campus clubs, fraternities and sororities in the tailgate area. Find a washer game to join or send the kids to the blowup games. See how good of an arm-chair quarterback you are. Listen to the live music, sing and dance. Most of all, just have lots of FUN!

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Playing up a Level

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The Texans have played NCAA Division I Championship Subdivision members (formerly NCAA I-AA) five times since 2003. Tarleton has won two of those contests, including 2007’s 27-24 overtime victory at Stephen F. Austin.

The Texans have played NCAA Division I Championship Subdivision members (formerly NCAA I-AA) five times since 2003. Tarleton has won two of those contests, including 2007’s 27-24 overtime victory at Stephen F. Austin.

The Texans played at Texas State in San Marcos in 2011 and at Northwestern State (La.) in 2010. The Texans will face former LSC foe and new Southland Conference member Abilene Christian in 2013. 2013 Texan Football Media Guide


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The Texans played on one of the biggest stages in the world, facing Abilene Christian last year in the Lone Star Conference Football Festival at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. Tarleton will return to AT&T Stadium again this season in an early LSC clash against Midwestern State.

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Following his career at Tarleton, Richard Bartel signed a free agent deal with the Dallas Cowboys. Bartel served on the practice squad for the Cowboys in 2007 before serving another practice squad stint with the Cleveland Browns in 2008 and then the Washington Redskins in 2009. Bartel spent the 2010-11 seasons serving as a backup with the Arizona Cardinals, where he had one touchdown and passed for 236 yards in three games.

Saalim Hakim was a standout wide receiver for the Texans in 2010. He was signed by the Dallas Cowboys in 2012. Hakim played in one preseason for the Cowboys last season, catching one pass for 15 yards against the Miami Dolphins.

Dearth AT TARLETON 1996 3 catches, 36 yards 1997 43 catches, 528 yards, 6 TD 1998 31 catches, 428 yards, 3 TD

Bartel AT TARLETON 2005 153-253-11, 1,883 yards, 12 TD 60.5 percent, 129.95 efficiency 2006 161-276-5, 2,023 yards, 16 TD 58.3 percent, 135.41 efficiency

Tally Neal played for the USFL’s San Antonio Gunslingers from 1984-85. Neal saw action in all 15 games for the Gunslingers in 1984 and another five games in 1984. Neal played for the Texans from 1975-78. He still owns school records for most tackles in a game (29), tackles in a season (170) and career tackles (613).

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James Dearth became the first Tarleton player to be drafted in the modern-day NFL Draft, going in the sixth-round to the Cleveland Browns in 1999. Dearth spent the 2000 season on the practice squad for the Tennessee Titans before signing a free agent contract with the New York Jets in 2001. Dearth played in 144 consecutive games as the starting deep snapper for the Jets from 2001-09. He retired from the NFL in 2011.

Garrett Lindholm signed with the Atlanta Falcons as an undrafted free agent in 2010 and was on the St. Louis Rams preseason roster in 2012. Lindholm has also worked out for the Carolina Panthers, San Francisco 49ers and Chicago Bears. The former Texan kicker hit a school-record 64-yard field goal during a 2009 NCAA Playoff game against Texas A&M-Kingsville.

Tywain Myles originally signed as an undrafted free agent with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2008. He was waived by the Jags after training camp, but then signed a contract with the Atlanta Falcons in January 2009.


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Stephens AT TARLETON 2010 132-258-12, 1,774 yards, 9 TD 51.2 percent, 111.1 efficiency 2011 242-429-8, 3,005 yards, 20 TD 65.4 percent, 126.6 efficiency

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Derrick Ross played in six games during the regular season for the Kansas City Chiefs after starting in the preseason in 2006. He had three rushes for eight yards and one punt return. The following summer, Ross was named the NFL Europe Most Valuable Player. He started 16 games and crushed the AFL record books in 2012 with the Philadelphia Soul; set league single-season record with 645 rushing yards, franchise single-season record with 146 rushing attempts, franchise single-season record with 32 rushing touchdowns, and franchise single-game record with 84 rushing yards. He was then named the league’s Offensive Player of the Year.

Nick Stephens was signed as an undrafted free agent for the Tennessee Titans in 2012. He played in one preseason game for the Titans, completing four passes for 24 yards. Stephens was waived by the Titans following the preseason, but signed a free agent deal with the Dallas Cowboys following the 2012 season. He heads into the 2013 campaign as one of four quarterbacks on the Cowboys roster.

Ross AT TARLETON 2004 254 rushes, 1,560 yards, 22 TD 2005 236 rushes, 1,512 yards, 13 TD

Other NFL Players

Camp Wilson, FB • 1946-49, Detroit Lions Wilson played in 44 games in his career, rushing 378 times for 1,453 yards and six touchdowns. He also recorded 20 receptions for 198 yards, an average of 9.9 yards per catch, and punted the ball 22 times as a rookie in 1946 for 868 yards, an average of 39.5 yards per kick. He had a long of 69 yards. He was from El Paso and went on to play at Hardin-Simmons and Tulsa. Randy Winkler, G/T • 1967-68, ‘71, Detroit, Atlanta, Green Bay Winkler played in eight games for the Lions in 1967, 12 games for the Falcons in 1968 and five games for the Packers in 1971. He was from Belton.

Rufus Johnson became just the second Tarleton player to ever be selected in the modern-day NFL Draft, going in the sixthround to the New Orleans Saints in April 2013. Johnson signed a four-year deal with the Saints and worked out in the Saints’ rookie mini-camp this past May. He is listed as one of 15 linebackers on the Saints roster heading into training camp this season. Johnson was a two-time All-LSC selection for the Texans and earned All-American honors following his senior season at Tarleton. Johnson AT TARLETON 2011 46 tackles, 15.5 TFL, 5.5 sacks 2012 50 tackles, 17.5 TFL, 10.0 sacks