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GENERAL INFORMATION

2011 TUSCULUM FOOTBALL TABLE

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Table of Contents 1 Credits 1 About the Covers 1 Quick Facts 2 Media Informa�on 2 Pioneer Sports Network 2 Opponent Media Rela�ons Contacts 3 Direc�ons to Pioneer Field 3 Travel Plans 3 Media Outlets 3 4 Dr. Nancy B. Moody, President Frankie DeBusk, Director of Athle�cs 4 Athle�c Staff 5 Head Coach Frankie DeBusk 6-7 8 Associate Head Coach Marc Kolb Assistant Head Coach Kevin Weston 8-9 9 Assistant Coach Caleb Slover 9 Assistant Coach Karl Sco� Assistant Coach Steve McGill 10 Assistant Coach Spencer Riley 10 Support Staff 11 Niswonger Sports Complex/Pioneer Field 12 13 Numerical/Alphabe�cal Rosters 2011 Prospectus 14-15 SAC Preseason Coaches’ Poll 15 Preseason All-SAC Team 15 Player Profiles 16-32 Pronuncia�on Guide 24 Tusculum’s Winningest Coaches 25 Pioneer Birthdays in Season 26 30 Roster Breakdown Newcomer Roster 32 Athle�c Support Staff 33 2010 Sta�s�cs & Results 34-35

CONTENTS All-Time Le�ermen Roster 36-37 The Last Time 38 Year-by-Year Records 38 Pioneers in the Pros 39 All-Time Series Records 39 The Opposi�on 40-41 Composite Schedule 41 Year-by-Year Results 42-43 Football Honor Roll 44-45 Individual Game Records 46 Opening Games 46 One-Sided Games 46 Individual Season Records 47 Regular-Season Finales 47 Homecoming History 47 Individual Career Records 48 In 2010, the Pioneers Record When 48 Team Single-Game Records 49 Team Single-Season Records 49 2010 Tusculum Players of the Game 49 Individual Game Leaders 50-51 100-Yard Rushing Games 52 100-Yard Receiving Games 52 Football All-Americans 53 Individual Season Leaders 54 Individual Career Leaders 55-56 Tusculum Football MVP 56 Team Game Bests 57 Team Season Bests 58 Athle�c Media Rela�ons 59 Tusculum College 60 Athle�c Facili�es Inside Back Cover 2011 Schedule Back Cover

CREDITS The 2011 Tusculum College Football Media Guide is published by the TC Athle�c Media Rela�ons Office, Dom Donnelly, Assistant Athle�c Director for Media Rela�ons. Wri�en, compiled and edited by: Dom Donnelly and Jim Miller. Special thanks to athle�c director Frankie DeBusk and his football coaching staff with their assistance with this publica�on. Principal Photography by: Nathan Carver, Kendall Mathes, Phil Gentry, Joey Gregory, Dom Donnelly, WG Sportsphotos and Mike Slade. Addi�onal photography by: Travis Crabtree, Cody Greene, Jonita Ashley-Pauley, Stacy McGill, NCAA, South Atlan�c Conference and Tusculum Archives.

About the Covers: Featured on this Prin�ng by: Pulp Prin�ng, Bristol, Tenn. year’s front cover is Harlon Hill Trophy candidate Bo Cordell. Terrence Smith (le�) and Michael Rodriquez are pictured on the back cover. Preseason All-SAC honorees Deonte’ Gist, Rashaad Carter and Skylar West are highlighted on the inside front cover. Cover Designs by: Nathan Carver using Adobe Photoshop. Photography by Nathan Carver.

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TUSCULUM QUICK FACTS

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CREDENTIALS Creden�als for all Tusculum College football games are for working media only. Requests for media creden�als should be made at least five days prior to the game. Requests should be directed to Dom Donnelly, Assistant Athle�c Director for Media Rela�ons. Requests from media covering visi�ng teams will be confirmed with that school’s sports informa�on director. Spouses, dates, children and other nonworkers are not permi�ed in working media areas in compliance with the working code of the Football Writers’ Associa�on of America and the College Sports Informa�on Directors of America (CoSIDA). Creden�als can be picked up at the Will Call table located at the North gate of Pioneer Field, which will open 90 minutes prior to kickoff for all home games.

MEDIA SERVICES The Tusculum College Athle�c Media Rela�ons Office will provide rosters for both teams as well as programs, game notes, media guides, flip cards and cumula�ve sta�s�cs prior to kickoff. Sta�s�cal summaries will be distributed at the comple�on of each quarter and a complete sta�s�cal packet will be available approximately 15-20 minutes following the game. Telephones, copier and fax services are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Wireless Internet is also available throughout the press box as well as ethernet connec�ons. CONDUCT POLICY Tusculum College, the College Sports Informa�on Directors of America (CoSIDA) and the Football Writers’ Associa�on of America reminds everyone that cheering or jeering for either team from the working press areas is not permi�ed. Thank you for your coopera�on. TOBACCO POLICY In adherence with the NCAA, smoking and the use of tobacco products are not permi�ed in the press box areas. This includes smokeless and chewing tobacco. We thank you in advance for your coopera�on with this policy. PARKING Parking is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Parking is available behind the press box on the north side of the stadium, as well as the parking area south of the Indoor Prac�ce Facility.

PHOTOGRAPHERS Tusculum College will adhere to all NCAA Guidelines regarding sideline photography. Photographers and videographers are not permi�ed to shoot between the 25yard lines and must wear proper creden�als at all �mes. RADIO Ample space has been reserved for recognized radio sta�ons of visi�ng teams. ONLY ONE visi�ng radio sta�on from the visi�ng team will be allowed to broadcast as designated by their respec�ve school. Radio crews should request permission to broadcast games from Pioneer Field through the Tusculum College Athle�c Media Rela�ons Office. A courtesy line will be provided, but radio sta�ons will be responsible for all long distance calls. Only collect or credit card calls may be made using this line. INTERVIEWS Selected Tusculum College players and coaches will be available throughout the season for interviews with members of the media. Many of the TC prac�ces are open to the media, but arrangements must be made in advance. It is important however that all requests for interviews be made through the Tusculum College Athle�c Media Rela�ons Office at (423) 636-7326 or email at ddonnelly@tusculum.edu. This policy allows us to arrange a �me that will not interfere with a student-athlete’s academic schedule, which has TOP PRIORITY. Players’ phone numbers will NOT be given out. WEEKLY PRESS CONFERENCE Tusculum College head coach Frankie DeBusk will hold his weekly press conference on Wednesdays at noon during the season on the Greeneville campus. The press conference will be held in the first floor conference room of Rankin Hall. Lunch will be provided to the media. Please call in advance if you plan to a�end. POST GAME INTERVIEWS Tusculum College head coach Frankie DeBusk and selected players will be available for interviews following each game. At all home games, coach and player interviews will be held at field level behind the west end zone of Pioneer Field (field house side), weather permi�ng. In the event of inclement weather, interviews will be conducted in the press box. Each visi�ng team will set its own postgame policy and it will be announced in the press box. BOTH LOCKER ROOMS ARE CLOSED TO THE MEDIA.

PIONEER SPORTS NETWORK

The Pioneer Sports Network handles all broadcasts of Tusculum College Athle�cs on WSMG Radio (1450 AM) and on the Internet at www.tusculumpioneers.com and www.redzonemedia.com. The broadcast trio of Brian Stayton, Jus�n Jeffers and Joe Byrd will call all the ac�on. WSMG will serve as the exclusive radio sta�on for Tusculum College Football. Game-day broadcasts begin one hour prior to kickoff with the Pioneer Pre-Game Show, which includes highlights, “In Depth in the South Atlan�c Conference” and an interview with Pioneer Head Coach Frankie DeBusk. The broadcast concludes with a complete wrap-up on the Pioneer Post-Game Show including highlights, scores from around the SAC and interviews with Coach DeBusk and Pioneer players players. Stayton returns to the microphone as the “Voice of the Pioneers” for his 15th consecu�ve season. Since 1996, Stayton has served in a variety of roles in the Greeneville broadcast community. He has served as sports director, program director and on-air talent. He has also handled play-by-play du�es for the Greeneville Astros, Greene County high school sports as well as the Ladies’ Classic. Stayton also serves as host of the “Frankie DeBusk Radio Show” which airs each Tuesday night at 7 p.m. and will feature audio highlights, player interviews and a preview of next week’s game. He also serves as the host of the Coach Frankie DeBusk Television Show, which airs weekly throughout the region. Brian Stayton Prior to working at WSMG, Stayton gained experience with many radio outlets in the Southeast Begins his and the Midwest including WLW-Radio in Cincinna�, Ohio, the flagship sta�on of the Cincinna� Reds. 14th season as the The South Bend, Ind. na�ve was an All-SAC forward for the Carson-Newman College men’s soccer team. The 1995 Carson-Newman graduate is married to the former Erin Hahlen of Greeneville and they Voice of the Pioneers have two children, son Connor and daughter Gabrielle. In 2008, he was the recipient of the Tusculum Sports Benefactor Award. Jeffers is entering his ninth season on the PSN. The former All-SAC standout on the Tusculum men’s golf team serves as pre-game show host and sideline analyst. He has also handled play-by-play du�es for Tusculum women’s basketball and baseball. He is married to the former Jennifer Fansler. Jeffers, a 2004 Tusculum graduate, served as sports director at WTPL Radio, TC’s campus radio sta�on, for two years. He has also handled broadcas�ng du�es with Greene County high school basketball as well as Pioneer football, basketball and baseball. For two years, he served as a volunteer in the Pioneer athle�c media rela�ons office and was the public address announcer for TC volleyball, soccer, baseball and Greeneville High School football. Byrd begins his 10th season with the network as he con�nues to host “In Depth in the South Atlan�c Conference,” Byrd, a na�ve of Greeneville, is beginning his 17th year covering football for the Greeneville Sun. A 1997 graduate of East Tennessee State University, Byrd has served as Tusculum’s beat writer for the past 14 years with the Greeneville Sun. Byrd, the Sun’s assistant sports editor, is married to the former Suzanne McBride, who served as Tusculum’s women’s basketball coach for five seasons and is entering her second year guiding the TC cross country Joe Byrd (le�) and Brian Stayton program.

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GENERAL INFORMATION School ...........................................Tusculum College Loca�on ................................ Greeneville, TN 37743 Founded ...........................................................1794 Enrollment .......................................................2,450 President ..................................Dr. Nancy B. Moody Alma Mater .................. Eastern Kentucky, 1972 Director of Athle�cs ........................ Frankie DeBusk Alma Mater ................................. Furman, 1991 Associate A.D. (SWA) ........................ Deborah Davis Faculty Athle�c Representa�ve .......... Tom Stueber Nickname ...................................................Pioneers School Colors .......... Orange (Pantone 158) & Black Stadium ...............................................Pioneer Field Capacity ...........................................................3,500 Surface ............................................ Bermuda Grass Religious Affilia�on......... Presbyterian Church, USA Na�onal Affilia�on ......................... NCAA Division II Conference ........................................ South Atlan�c Head Athle�c Trainer ........................... Chris Lenker COACHING STAFF Head Coach .................................. Frankie DeBusk Alma Mater ................................. Furman, 1991 Record at Tusculum (yrs) ................77-64 (12 years) Career Record (yrs).........................77-64 (12 years) Assistant Coaches Marc Kolb ....................... Associate Head Coach Offensive Coordinator (QB/WR) Kevin Weston .................. Assistant Head Coach Defensive Coordinator (LB) Caleb Slover ................................ Running Backs Director of Football Opera�ons Karl Sco� .................................. Defensive Backs Recrui�ng Coordinator Steve McGill ............................... Defensive Line Coordinator of Academic Development Spencer Riley ............................... Offensive Line Equipment Coordinator Louis DeBusk ...................... Volunteer Assistant Football Office Phone ...................... (423) 636-7302 2010 Overall Record ........................................... 6-5 2010 Conference Record ............................2-5 (7th) 2011 OUTLOOK Basic Offense ................................................ Spread Basic Defense .................................................. 3-3-5 Starters Returning/Lost .................................... 20/9 Le�ermen Returning/Lost .............................. 44/16 ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS Assistant A.D. (Football Contact) .... Dom Donnelly Office Phone .............................. (423) 636-7326 Cell Phone ................................. (423) 341-0091 Email ......................... ddonnelly@tusculum.edu Assistant Director ..................................... Jim Miller Office Phoe ................................ (423) 636-7494 Cell Phone ................................. (423) 329-7650 Email ............................. jemiller@tusculum.edu Student Assistant ............................. Nathan Carver Student Assistant ................................... Tony Hight Student Assistant .......................... Michael Franklin Student Assistant ..............................Jason Gardner Pioneer Field Press Box Phone ........ (423) 636-7344


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DIRECTIONS TO TUSCULUM COLLEGE & PIONEER FIELD

OPPONENT MEDIA RELATIONS CONTACTS

From ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA Travel west on I-26 towards Johnson City; Take Exit 37 (Jonesborough/Erwin) and turn le� onto TN 81/107 West; Travel 6.5 miles and turn le� onto TN 107; Travel 16 miles and turn le� at Tusculum College sign; Go one mile and turn le� onto main campus on Shiloh Rd.; MEDIA PARKING: Turn le� a�er passing Katherine Hall. TEAM BUSES: Go past Nichols Tennis Complex and turn le� into drive; Turn le� towards Indoor Prac�ce Facility to circle drive by South entrance of Pioneer Field.

University of West Georgia Football Contact: Mitch Gray Office: (678) 839-6542 Fax: (678) 839-6543 Email: mgray@westga.edu Web Site: www.uwgsports.com

Lenoir-Rhyne University Football Contact: John Karrs Office: (828) 328-7174 Fax: (828) 328-7399 Email: karrsjd@lr.edu Web Site: www.lrbears.com

From KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE Travel east on I-40 and take I-81 North towards Bristol. Take Exit 23 (Greeneville/Bulls Gap) and turn right onto US 11E N; Travel 16 miles and turn right onto Erwin Hwy. (McDonald’s on the corner). Travel one mile and turn right onto main campus on Shiloh Rd; MEDIA PARKING: Turn le� a�er passing Katherine Hall. TEAM BUSES: Go past Nichols Tennis Complex and turn le� into drive; Turn le� towards Indoor Prac�ce Facility to circle drive by South entrance of Pioneer Field.

Georgia Southern University Football Contact: TBA Office: (912) 478-5239 Fax: (912) 478-0046 Email: TBA Web Site: www.georgiasoutherneagles.com

Newberry College Football Contact: Josh Manck Office: (803) 321-5667 Fax: (803) 321-5169 Email: josh.manck@newberry.edu Web Site: www.NewberryAthle�cSite.com

North Greenville University Football Contact: Micah Sepko Office: (864) 977-7157 Fax: (864) 977-2146 Email: msepko@ngu.edu Web Site: www.ngcrusaders.com

Mars Hill College Football Contact: Rick Baker Office: (828) 689-1535 Fax: (828) 689-1440 Email: rbaker@mhc.edu Web Site: www.mhc.edu/sports

Catawba College Football Contact: Jim Lewis Office: (704) 637-4720 Fax: (704) 637-5705 Email: jdlewis@catawba.edu Web Site: www.gocatawbaindians.com

Carson-Newman College Football Contact: Zeke Beam Office: (865) 471-3477 Fax: (865) 471-3514 Email: zbeam@cn.edu Web Site: www.cneagles.com

Brevard College Football Contact: Seth Montgomery Office: (828) 885-5137 Fax: (828) 884-8274 Email: montgosj@brevard.edu Web Site: www.bctornados.com

Wingate University Football Contact: David Sherwood Office: (704) 233-8186 Fax: (704) 233-8169 Email: dsherwod@wingate.edu Web Site: www.wingatebulldogs.com

From BRISTOL, TENNESSEE/VIRGINIA Travel south on I-81; Take Exit 57A to I-26 East (towards Johnson City); Travel 7.9 miles to Exit 17 (Jonesborough - Boones Creek Rd.). Turn right onto 354 South and go 5.9 miles to US 11E South; Travel 18.1 miles and turn le� at TN 107 East (follow Tusculum College signs); Make an immediate right onto Sam Doak Drive and go 0.7 miles; Turn le� onto main campus on Shiloh Rd. MEDIA PARKING: Turn le� a�er passing Katherine Hall. TEAM BUSES: Go past Nichols Tennis Complex and turn le� into drive; Turn le� towards Indoor Prac�ce Facility to circle drive by South entrance of Pioneer Field.

TUSCULUM MEDIA OUTLETS

PRINT Associated Press-Knoxville 2332 News Sen�nel Drive Knoxville, TN 37921 (865) 522-3963; FAX (865) 523-5904 Email: edavis@ap.org Associated Press-Nashville 215 Centerview Drive, Suite 110 Brentwood TN 37207 (615) 373-9988; FAX (615) 376-0947 Email: apnashville@ap.org Email: twalker@ap.org

Greeneville Sun 121 W. Summer Street Greeneville, TN 37745 (423) 638-4148; FAX (423) 638-3645 Email: wayne.phillips@greenevillesun.com Email: joe.byrd@greenevillesun.com www.greenevillesun.com Morristown Ci�zen Tribune P.O. Box 625 Morristown, TN 37815 (800) 624-0281, ext. 381; FAX (423) 581-8863 Email: ctsports@lcs.net www.ci�zentribune.com Knoxville News Sen�nel P.O. Box 59038 Knoxville, TN 37950-9038 (865) 342-6288; FAX (865) 342-6402 Email: sports@knews.com www.knoxnews.com Kingsport Times News P.O. Box 479 Kingsport, TN 37662 (423) 392-1323; FAX (423) 392-1385 Email: jmoorehouse@�mesnews.net www.�mesnews.net Johnson City Press P.O. Box 1717 Johnson City, TN 37605 (423) 929-3111, x-460; FAX (423) 929-7484 Email: sports@johnsoncitypress.com www.johnsoncitypress.com Bristol Herald-Courier P.O. Box 609 Bristol, VA 24203 (276) 645-2516; FAX (276) 669-3696 Email: bnews@bristolnews.com Elizabethton Star 300 Sycamore Street Elizabethton, TN 37643 (423) 542-4151; FAX (423) 542-2004 Email: sports@starhq.com www.starhq.com Cha�anooga Times-Free Press 400 East 11th Street Cha�anooga, TN 37401 (800) 733-2637; FAX 423-668-5049 Email: sports@�mesfreepress.com www.�mesfreepress.com

RADIO Radio Greeneville, Inc. WSMG-AM 1450/WGRV-AM 1340/WIKQ-FM 103.1 P.O. Box 278 Greeneville, TN 37744 (423) 638-3188; FAX (423) 638-1979 Email: voiceo�hepioneers@hotmail.com www.internetnewsroom.com/wgrv

WXSM-AM 640 (Sports Monster) P.O. Box 8668 Gray, TN 37615 (423) 477-1064; FAX (423) 477-4747 Email: SportsMonster@wxsm640.com www.640wxsm.com WTPL (Tusculum Student Radio) Tusculum College P.O. Box 5012 Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 636-7300 x-5207 TELEVISION WJHL-TV (CBS - 11) 338 East Main Street Johnson City, TN 37601-1130 (423) 434-4544; FAX (423) 926-9080 Email: khawkins@wjhl.com Email: kmarler@wjhl.com www.wjhl.com WCYB-TV (NBC - 5)/WEMT-TV (FOX - 39) 101 Lee Street Bristol, VA 24201 (276) 645-1500; FAX (276) 645-1554 Email: jconigliaro@wcyb.com Email: lruber�no@wcyb.com Email: pjohnson@wcyb.com Email: sports@wcyb.com www.wcyb.com WATE-TV (ABC - 6) 1306 North Broadway Knoxville, TN 37917 (865) 637-6397; FAX (865) 523-3561 Email: jwogan@wate.com Email: pellio�@wate.com www.wate.com WVLT-TV (CBS - 8) 6450 Papermill Road Knoxville, TN 37919 (865) 766-8139; FAX (865) 584-1978 Email: rick.russo@wvlt-tv.com Email: mark.packer@wvlt-tv.com Email: daryl.hobby@wvlt-tv.com Email: wes.boling@wvlt-tv.com Email: wvltnews@wvlt-tv.com www.volunteertv.com WBIR-TV (NBC - 10) 1513 Hutchinson Avenue Knoxville, TN 37917 (865) 541-5370; FAX (865) 522-7341 Email: stphillips@wbir.ganne�.com www.wbir.com

Newport Plain Talk 145 East Broadway Newport, TN 37821 (423) 623-6171; FAX (423) 625-1995 www.newportplaintalk.com

INTERNET TriCi�esSports.com TC Sports, LLC 1421 West Sullivan Street Kingsport, TN 37660 (423) 245-3337; FAX (423) 245-3337 Email: trici�essports@earthlink.net www.trici�essports.com

Tennessean 1100 Broadway Nashville, TN 37203 (615) 259-8299; FAX (615) 259-8826 Email: tnsports@tennessean.com www.tennessean.com

revmaMEDIA P.O. Box 5103 Kingsport, TN 37663 (423) 378-4299 Email: bcurd@revmamedia.com www.revmamedia.com

Pioneer Fron�er P.O. Box 5086 Tusculum College Greeneville, TN 37743 (423) 636-7300 x-5667 Email: fron�er@tusculum.edu

Red Zone Media 163 East Sandle Avenue Pi�sburgh, PA 15237 (724) 831-2053; FAX (412) 318-0483 Email: info@redzonemedia.com www.redzonemedia.com

University of North Carolina at Pembroke Football Contact: Todd Anderson Office: (910) 521-6371 Fax: (910) 521-6551 Email: todd.anderson@uncp.edu Web Site: www.UNCPBraves.com

PIONEER TRAVEL PLANS The Georgia Southern Game Site (Date • Time) ............................ Paulson Stadium, Statesboro, Ga. (Sept. 10 • 6 p.m.) Transporta�on .................................................................................................. Bus Charter Distance from Greeneville ....................................................................................323 miles Leave ....................................................................................................Friday, September 9 Team Headquarters ............Hampton Inn, 70 Stephen S. Green Dr., Savannah, GA, 31408 Phone ...........................................................................................................(912) 966-1240 Return ................................................................................................................ A�er game The North Greenville Game Site (Date • Time) ................................ Younts Stadium, Tigerville, S.C. (Sept. 17 • 7 p.m.) Transporta�on .................................................................................................. Bus Charter Distance from Greeneville ....................................................................................106 miles Leave ............................................................................................. Saturday, September 17 Return ................................................................................................................ A�er game The Brevard Game Site (Date • Time) ...................Brevard Memorial Stadium, Brevard, N.C. (Oct. 1 • 6 p.m.) Transporta�on .................................................................................................. Bus Charter Distance from Greeneville ....................................................................................102 miles Leave .................................................................................................... Saturday, October 1 Return ................................................................................................................ A�er game The UNC Pembroke Game Site (Date • Time) .....................Grace Johnson Stadium, Pembroke, N.C. (Oct. 8 • 2 p.m.) Transporta�on .................................................................................................. Bus Charter Distance from Greeneville ....................................................................................339 miles Leave ........................................................................................................ Friday, October 7 Team Headquarters ..................Holiday Inn, 101 Wintergreen Dr., Lumberton, NC 28351 Phone ...........................................................................................................(910) 671-1166 Return ................................................................................................................ A�er game The Newberry Game Site (Date • Time) ...................................... Setzler Field, Newberry, S.C. (Oct. 22 • 4 p.m.) Transporta�on .................................................................................................. Bus Charter Distance from Greeneville ....................................................................................178 miles Leave .................................................................................................. Saturday, October 22 Return ................................................................................................................ A�er game The Carson-Newman Game Site (Date • Time) ...................Burke-Tarr Stadium, Jefferson City, Tenn. (Nov. 5 • 1 p.m.) Transporta�on .................................................................................................. Bus Charter Distance from Greeneville ......................................................................................50 miles Leave ................................................................................................ Saturday, November 5 Return ................................................................................................................ A�er game

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COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION FRANKIE DEBUSK

DR. NANCY B. MOODY President

3rd Year

Eastern Kentucky University, 1972

Dr. Nancy B. Moody is the 27th and first female President of Tusculum College, Tennessee’s oldest College. She officially assumed the role on April 27, 2009. Dr. Moody heralds from Middlesboro, Ky. Following gradua�on from Middlesboro High School, she received associate and baccalaureate degrees in nursing from Eastern Kentucky University, a Master of Science in nursing from Texas Woman’s University and a Doctor of Science in nursing from the University of Alabama School of Nursing at Birmingham. Her professional career in higher educa�on began at Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) as an instructor of nursing. She subsequently served in several roles at LMU, culmina�ng in her appointment as the dean of the School of Professional Studies before joining the faculty at East Tennessee State University where she was tenured and served as department chair. In terms of leadership, Dr. Moody served as the inaugural Execu�ve Director of the Tennessee Center of Nursing, which was funded ini�ally through a grant from The Robert Woods Johnson Founda�on, which she coauthored. Under her leadership, the Center was incorporated, con�nuously funded by external resources from 1996-2001 and funded through licensure fees of the Tennessee Board of Nursing beginning in 2002. She was an associate professor at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville prior to returning to LMU where she served as president for eight years. Dr. Moody has taught nursing in associate, baccalaureate, masters and doctoral degree programs. She has taught in private higher educa�on, in both statewide systems of higher educa�on in Tennessee, the Tennessee Board of Regents and the University of Tennessee. Dr. Moody has published and presented widely on topics including nursing faculty job sa�sfac�on, advanced nursing prac�ce and nursing workforce development. In addi�on, she has garnered more than two million dollars in grants for program support. She has par�cipated in accredita�on ac�vi�es with the American Veterinary Medical Associa�on, the Commission on Accredita�on of Nurse Anesthesia Programs, the Commission on Athle�c Training Educa�on, the Commission on Osteopathic College Accredita�on, the Council on Social Work Educa�on, the Na�onal Accredi�ng Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences Commission on Allied Health Educa�on Accredita�on, the Na�onal League for Nursing Accredi�ng Commission, the Southern Associa�on of Colleges and Schools - Commission Colleges and the Council on Accredita�on and School Improvement. Dr. Moody is the past chair of the execu�ve commi�ee for the Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universi�es Associa�on and served on the Tennessee Student Assistance Corpora�on Board of Directors. She is a member of the NCAA Division II Presidents Council and an ac�ve par�cipant on the boards of the Appalachian College Associa�on and the Tennessee Center for Nursing, Inc. She is married to Tom Moody, a self-employed public accountant. She and Tom are proud parents of two adult children, daughter, Mykel, and son, Adam.

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Director of Athletics

5th Year

Furman University, 1991

Frankie DeBusk is entering his fi�h year as athle�c director at Tusculum College. He was named interim director of athle�cs in August, 2007 and was promoted to the full-�me post later that year. DeBusk is also beginning his 14th season at the helm of the Pioneer football program. DeBusk oversees the day-to-day opera�ons of the Tusculum athle�c department and the 14 sports that the College sponsors. In his first four years at the helm of the Pioneer Athle�c Department, DeBusk has guided Tusculum to outstanding seasons. In the last four years, TC has captured 10 South Atlan�c Conference championships, six SAC Tournament �tles and 16 NCAA Division II postseason appearances. Tusculum has finished fourth or be�er for the Doug Echols SAC Athle�c Excellence Award three �mes, including second in his first two years as athle�c director. With its outstanding na�onal postseason success during the 2008-09 campaign, Tusculum was the top league school in the NACDA Director’s Cup, finishing 58th of 272 Division II programs in the country. Tusculum student-athletes and coaches have garnered numerous individual accomplishments during DeBusk’s watch. In the last four years, 147 student-athletes have earned All-South Atlan�c Conference honors, including 69 All-Region picks and 31 All-Americans. Twelve (14) have been selected as SAC Players of the Year, including five as Region Players of the Year. Four student-athletes have also garnered Conference Freshman of the Year accolades. DeBusk has also stressed academic excellence in the department, resul�ng in 353 SAC Commissioner Honor Roll recipients over the last four years, including and a school record 29 named to the Cap�al One Academic All-District Team. Fifteen (15) Pioneers have earned the pres�gious South Atlan�c Conference Scholar Athlete Award for their respec�ve sports, including eight Capital One Academic All-Americans®, including Dus�n Morrow (baseball - 2008), Nicole Ferris (women’s soccer - 2008), Jarrell NeSmith (football - 2008, 2009), Simon Holzapfel (men’s cross country - 2009, 2010, 2011) and Chase Carroll (men’s golf - 2009). Three TC head coaches were either named Conference or Region Coach of the Year during the 2007-08 season. Tommy Arne� (men’s tennis) and Bre� Teach (men’s soccer) were named SAC Coaches of the Year, while Missy Tiber was selected as the Region Coach of the Year by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Associa�on (WBCA). In 2010-11, Michael Robinson was named the SAC Volleyball Coach of the Year. DeBusk has overseen numerous athle�c facility enhancements during his tenure as both football coach and athle�c director at Tusculum. In 2007-08, championship banners were installed in Pioneer Arena, honoring the success of Tusculum athle�cs, both past and present. The Pioneer Arena playing surface was redesigned and refinished during the summer of 2008, while historic Rankin Hall, which houses the TC athle�c department, experienced renova�ons to its main lobby area. The Pioneer football locker room also experienced a major renova�on with the installa�on of new lockers and flooring. DeBusk, the winningest football coach in Tusculum history, has built the Pioneers into year in and year out contenders in NCAA II, resul�ng in seven winning seasons in the last nine years. Over the past 11 seasons, TC has posted a 71-49 mark including a 9-4 tally sheet in 2008, while claiming the program’s second South Atlan�c Conference Championship and earning the school’s first berth to the NCAA II Football Playoffs. For his efforts, he was named Conference and AFCA Region Coach of the Year. His 77 victories on the Pioneer sidelines makes DeBusk the winningest gridrion coach in Tusculum history. His victory tally is the third most in SAC history, while his 39 league wins are the sixth most in the conference record book. In 2008, DeBusk’s team achieved success both on and off the field. The nine wins �ed a school single-season record, including victories in four of its last five games. DeBusk, a 1991 Furman University graduate, established 11 school records at quarterback for the Paladins, while compiling an impressive 31-6 record. In 1988, DeBusk led Furman to a 13-2 mark while capturing the NCAA Division I-AA Na�onal Championship. His collegiate career also included three Southern Conference �tles and three trips to the NCAA I-AA playoffs. He is not the first member of the DeBusk family to garner the TC black and orange. His brother, Doug, was a Tusculum Hall of Fame point guard for the Pioneer basketball team from 1991-95. In 2003, DeBusk was the recipient of the pres�gious Art Argauer Award, which is presented to the Tusculum coach of the year as selected by his peers. He was the co-recipient of the Argauer Award again in the 2008-09 year. Frankie DeBusk is married to the former Jennifer Coffey of Bristol, Tenn. and they have one son, Ty.


TUSCULUM ATHLETIC STAFF

Tommy Arne� M/W Tennis Head Coach

Amy Brooks Assistant Athle�c Trainer

Suzanne Byrd M/W Cross Country Head Coach

Audrey Campbell Volleyball Assistant Coach

Deborah Davis Associate Athle�c Director Compliance/SWA

Frankie DeBusk Director of Athle�cs Head Football Coach

Bob Dibble M/W Golf Head Coach

Dom Donnelly Assistant Athle�c Director Media Rela�ons

Fred Gillum So�ball Head Coach

Aubrey Gordon Cheerleading Head Coach

Kendall Grow Assistant Athle�c Trainer

Adell Harris Women’s Basketball Head Coach

Michael Hawkins Associate Head Athle�c Trainer

Julie Huebner So�ball Assistant Coach

Todd Ireland Baseball Assistant Head Coach

Ross Jolly Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Doug Jones Baseball Head Coach

Michael Jones Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Mike Joy Assistant Athle�c Director Women’s Soccer Head Coach

Marc Kolb Football Associate Head Coach

Chris Lenker Head Athle�c Trainer

Randy Loggins Assistant Athle�c Director

Mike McBride Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Steve McGill Football Assistant Coach

Jim Miller Assistant Director Media Rela�ons

Cory Pra� Athle�c Intern

Spencer Riley Football Assistant Coach

Michael Robinson Volleyball Head Coach

Karl Sco� Football Assistant Coach

Caleb Slover Football Assistant Coach

Brandon Steele Baseball Assistant Coach

Allen Vital Men’s Soccer Head Coach

Kevin Weston Football Assistant Head Coach

Tom Stueber Assistant Athle�c Trainer Faculty Athle�c Representa�ve

Keyton Wheelock Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach

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HEAD COACH FRANKIE DEBUSK Frankie DeBusk is entering his 14th season as head football coach at Tusculum College. Since taking over the TC football program, DeBusk has built the Pioneers into yearly contenders in NCAA Division II, resul�ng in winning seasons in nine of the last 11 years. He is also serving the dual role as athle�c director at Tusculum, a posi�on he assumed in August 2007. Over the past 11 seasons, TC has posted a 70-49 mark including a 9-4 tally sheet in 2008, while claiming the program’s second South Atlan�c Conference Championship and earning the school’s first berth to the NCAA II Football Playoffs. His 77 victories on the Pioneer sidelines makes DeBusk the winningest gridrion coach in Tusculum history. His victory tally is the third most in SAC history, while his 39 league wins are the sixth most in the conference record book. In 2008, DeBusk’s team achieved success both on and off the field. The nine wins �ed a school single-season record, including victories in four of its last five games. The Pioneers won its last three regular season games, including a thrilling 45-44 win over 15th-ranked Carson-Newman to claim a share of the SAC �tle. DeBusk mentored five All-Americans on the 2008 squad, including quarterback Corey Russell. Russell established 15 school, conference and NCAA II records, while finishing as a na�onal finalist for the Harlon Hill Trophy, which recognizes the Division II College Football Player of the Year. Russell was named the SAC and Region Offensive Player of the Year. He was also named Male Athlete of the Year by both Tusculum and the South Atlan�c Conference. For his efforts, DeBusk was named the SAC Coach of the Year for the first �me in his career. He led Tusculum to the second round of the NCAA Playoffs as the Pioneers ended the season ranked No. 16 in the American Football Coaches Associa�on (AFCA) poll. He was later named the AFCA Super Region 2 Coach of the Year. The 2008 club also boasted Academic All-America® �ght end Jarrell NeSmith. NeSmith was named the SAC Scholar Athlete, but he would later haul in the biggest award the league has to offer as he was named the 2008-09 recipient of the SAC Presidents Award. In his career, NeSmith earned the SAC Scholar Athlete Award three �mes (2007, 2008, 2009), a first by any league football player. He also repeated as SAC President’s Award winner in 2009-2010. On only three occasions has a football player earned the SAC Presidents Award in the 22-year history of the honor (all three were from Tusculum). NeSmith earned Academic All-America® First Team honors in 2009, was a Na�onal Football Founda�on Scholar Athlete and was one of 16 na�onal finalists for the NFF William J. Campbell Trophy, which was won by Florida’s Tim Tebow. In 2010, DeBusk’s squad posted the top passing a�ack in the country led by AllAmerican quarterback and Harlon Hill Trophy na�onal finalist Bo Cordell. Cordell was the NCAA Na�onal Sta�s�cal Champion in several categories, while garnering SAC Offensive Player of the Year honors, as well as the Tennessee College Football Player of the Year by the Tennessee Sports Writers Associa�on (TSWA). From 2000-05, the Pioneers recorded five consecu�ve winning seasons, a first in school history. In 2003, Tusculum posted a 9-2 record, including 6-1 in league play to earn the school it’s first SAC Football crown. The 2003 team finished listed in the top 50 na�onally in 10 sta�s�cal categories and finished the year ranked 19th in NCAA II. That squad also featured five All-Americans, including Harlon Hill Trophy na�onal finalist and Pi�sburgh Steelers’ second round dra� pick Ricardo Colclough. In 2001, the Pioneers posted an 8-2 record as that squad �ed for second place 2008 South Atlan�c Conference Coach of the Year in the conference and finished ranked 21st in the na�on. That team also went undefeated at home (6-0) for the first �me in the modern era of football at Tusculum. The .800 winning percentage made TC the second winningest gridiron squad of the 19 four-year ins�tu�ons that sponsor football in the state of Tennessee in 2001. Only the University of Tennessee (11-2/.846) had a be�er season. Solid special teams play has been a trademark of DeBusk’s teams as the Pioneers are consistently ranked amongst the na�on’s leaders in pun�ng, kicking and returns. In 2005, Octavius Love was the NCAA II Na�onal Sta�s�cal Champion for punt return average (20.2 ypr). For his efforts, Love garnered All-American recogni�on. The 2001 team boasted two of the best special team players in the land in All-American return specialist Donald Amaker and All-American kicker Paul Czerniak. Czerniak led the na�on in field goals, while Amaker was listed na�onally in punt and kickoff returns. Colclough also garnered All-American considera�on in 2003 as one of the top return specialists in the land. In 2008, punter John Gregory added his name to this pres�gious list earning AllAmerica recogni�on. Gregory finished third in the na�on in 2008, averaging 43.5 yards per punt, which was a new school single-season record. DeBusk’s 2000 club posted the fi�h-best win-improvement in the country by going from 2-9 in 1999 to 7-4 a year later. In 1998, the energe�c DeBusk took over a program that won only three games in its two previous seasons, becoming the third gridiron skipper since the program’s reinstatement in 1991. In 13 seasons, his teams have rewri�en the Tusculum record book by equaling or establishing over 100 team and individual marks. Since joining the South Atlan�c Conference in 1999, 70 players have earned All-Conference recogni�on, including 30 All-Region honorees and 20 All-Americans. Since his arrival at Tusculum, 25 players have con�nued their playing career at the professional ranks, including three in the Na�onal Football League. Colclough was the 38th overall pick by the Steelers, becoming the highest dra�ed player in South Atlan�c Conference history. Colclough became the third player in the history of the SAC to earn a Super Bowl ring as the Steelers defeated the Sea�le Seahawks in Super Bowl XL. Kevin Wolco�, a 2003 All-American receiver, who led the na�on in recep�ons, signed as a free agent with the Tennessee Titans. Two-�me All-American tackle Alan Dunn, The DeBusk Family the 2003 recipient of the Jim Langer Award, which is presented annually to Jennifer, Ty and Frankie the NCAA II Offensive Lineman of the Year, signed a free agent contract with

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HEAD COACH FRANKIE DEBUSK the Atlanta Falcons. In May 2010, receiver Nate Binder became the first Pioneer to sign with OACH RANKIE E USK EAR Y EAR the Canadian Football League as he was the first pick in the fourth round by the B.C. Lions. Coming home can be a dream for many members of the football coachOverall SAC SAC ing fraternity and the Greeneville na�ve took full advantage in his rookie seaW L Pct. W L Pct. Fin. Year son, guiding the Pioneers to a 5-6 record. Three of those wins came against 1998 5 6 .455 South Atlan�c Conference compe��on in TC’s first season of NCAA Division II play. The Pioneers jumped out to a 3-0 start, including victories over SAC foes 1999 2 9 .182 0 8 .000 9th Lenoir-Rhyne University and 16th-ranked Catawba College. 2000 7 4 .636 4 3 .571 4th DeBusk came to the Greeneville campus a�er five seasons as an assistant 2001 8 2 .800 5 2 .714 T2nd coach at the University of Cha�anooga. DeBusk, a 1991 Furman University graduate, established 11 school records at quarterback for the Paladins, while 2002 7 4 .636 3 4 .429 5th compiling an impressive 31-6 record. In 1988, DeBusk led Furman to a 13-2 2003 9 2 .818 6 1 .857 T1st mark while capturing the NCAA Division I-AA Na�onal Championship. His col2004 6 4 .600 4 3 .571 T2nd legiate career also included three Southern Conference �tles and three trips to the NCAA I-AA playoffs. He ended his playing career holding school records 2005 3 7 .300 1 6 .143 8th with 6,726 total yards, including 5,851 yards passing. He was also responsible 2006 6 5 .546 3 4 .429 T5th for 55 touchdowns (38 passing, 17 rushing). For his efforts, he was honored 2007 6 5 .546 4 2 .667 T3rd as Southern Conference Player of the Year in 1990. He also earned All-SoCon accolades in his final two collegiate campaigns. In 1998, DeBusk was inducted 2008 9 4 .692 5 2 .714 T1st into the Furman Athle�c Hall of Fame. 2009 3 7 .300 2 5 .286 T6th Following gradua�on, DeBusk joined the Furman coaching staff as a 2010 6 5 .546 2 5 .286 7th graduate assistant coach in 1991 and was a restricted earnings assistant coach at his alma mater in 1992. The Paladins went 13-9 during that two-year span. Totals 77 64 .546 39 45 .464 DeBusk stayed within the league as he joined the Cha�anooga staff in 1993 where he worked with the Moc receivers and quarterbacks for four seasons, before assuming the role of offensive coordinator in 1997. The Mocs posted their most successful season since 1991, with a 7-4 tally sheet in 1997. He also coached NFL standout receiver Terrell Owens, while at the Cha�anooga school. DeBusk was a two-sport star at Greeneville High School, where he guided the Greene Devils to TSSAA playoff appearances on the gridiron as well as a guard on the basketball hardwood. He is not the first member of the DeBusk family to garner the TC black and orange. His brother, Doug, was a Tusculum Hall of Fame point guard for the Pioneer basketball team from 1991-95. In 2003, DeBusk was the recipient of the pres�gious Art Argauer Award, which is presented to the Tusculum coach of the year as selected by his peers. He was the co-recipient of the Argauer Award again in the 2008-09 year. Frankie DeBusk is married to the former Jennifer Coffey of Bristol, Tenn. and they have one son, Ty.

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Overall Victories* Rk. Coach, School 1. Ken Sparks, Carson-Newman 2. Tim Cli�on, Mars Hill 3. Frankie DeBusk, Tusculum 4. Woody Fish, Gardner-Webb 5 Joe Reich, Wingate 6. David Benne�, Catawba Chip Hester, Catawba 8. John Perry, L-R, Presbyterian 9. Cally Gault, Presbyterian 10. Jerry Tolley, Elon

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SAC Victories* Rk. Coach, School 1. Ken Sparks, Carson-Newman 2. Tim Cli�on, Mars Hill 3. Cally Gault, Presbyterian 4. David Benne�, Catawba Woody Fish, Gardner-Webb 6. John Perry, Presbyterian, L-R Frankie DeBusk, Tusculum 8. Chip Hester, Catawba 9. Claude Gibson, Mars Hill Tommy Spangler, Presbyterian

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COACHING STAFF MARK KOLB Associate Head Coach (Quarterbacks/Receivers) Offensive Coordinator • Video Coordinator 5th Year • Brown University, 1994

Marc Kolb is beginning his fi�h year as offensive coordinator for the Tusculum College football team. In March 2008, he was promoted to the posi�on of Associate Head Coach, while also mentoring Tusculum’s quarterbacks, receivers and �ght ends. While at TC, he has become the chief architect of one of the most prolific offensive a�acks in the na�on. His four teams at Tusculum have led the South Atlan�c Conference in passing yards each year. Last season’s squad led the na�on (all NCAA divisions) averaging 424.8 passing yards per game, led by quarterback Bo Cordell, the 2010 SAC Offensive Player of the Year. Cordell threw for a school and SAC single-season record 4,657 yards, the third most in NCAA Division II history. Cordell garnered All-America accolades and was na�onal finalist for the Harlon Hill Trophy, which recognizes the DII na�onal player of the year. Cordell also became the first player in NCAA II history to pass for over 400 yards in nine consecu�ve games. He also mentored a pair of All-Americans in the 2010 receiving corps in wideout Deonte’ Gist and �ght end Michael Rodriquez. Gist established TC single-season records with 1,183 receiving yards on 96 recep�ons, along with a record 1,713 all-purpose yards. Rodriquez �ed a school record with nine touchdown catches, to go along with 70 recep�ons (5th in TC history) for 727 yards (7th in TC history). In 2008, Tusculum’s “Show�me” offense produced some amazing numbers that future Pioneer teams will be aiming for in years to come. The Pioneers scored a school-record 452 points, thanks to 62 touchdowns, including 37 passing scores. Tusculum also established school records in total offensive plays (917), total offensive yards (5788) and first downs (298). Kolb mentored one of the most prolific passers in school and SAC history in Corey Russell. In 2008, Russell smashed the TC and league record books, while becoming the first signal-caller in school history to garner All-America recogni�on. Russell was a na�onal finalist for the Harlon Hill Trophy and was named the Tusculum and SAC Male Athlete of the Year. Russell was also tabbed the SAC and Region Offensive Player of the Year as he established 15 Tusculum records, including a pair of NCAA II bests. He recorded 300 or more total offensive yards on 11 occasions in 2008, which are the best in DII history. Russell tallied 674 total offensive plays, which is a new NCAA II record. The All-SAC First Team signal caller established league single-season records in total offensive yards (4907) passing yards (4097) and touchdown passes (37). He also set TC season records for comple�ons (301) and pass a�empts (505). He also mentored All-America �ght end Jarrell NeSmith. NeSmith shined both on and off the field as he was named to the Cap�al One Academic All-America® Team in 2008 and 2009 and was the recipient of the pres�gious SAC Presidents’ Award his last two seasons (2008-09 & 2009-10). In 2009, Kolb guided Cordell’s rookie fortunes, who went on to garner SAC Offensive Freshman of the Year honors. Cordell passed for 3,458 yards (3rd in TC history) and tallied 3,355 total offensive yards (3rd in TC history). In the season-finale at No. 14 Carson-Newman College, Cordell threw for a school record 524 yards, which were also the second most in conference history. On the year, Cordell passed for 23 touchdowns and was named the SAC Offensive Player of the Week on two occasions. Cordell’s 3,458 passing yards and 335.5 passing yards per game are the most ever thrown by a NCAA Division II freshman signal caller. In Kolb’s four seasons at TC, the Pioneers have arisen as the top passing team in the South Atlan�c Conference. In 2007, Tusculum averaged 417.8 yards offensively (31st in NCAA II), while Russell was named NCAA Division II Na�onal Offensive Player of the Week on two occasions in Kolb’s inaugural season. In 2009, the Pioneers finished fourth in the land in passing yards per game, averaging 358.8 ypg. The Pioneers saw marked improvement offensively in 2007 as TC averaged 27.8 points per game, a nine-point increase from 2006. Tusculum also posted over 1,500 more yards of offense (4596 in 2007 vs. 3086 in 2006). Kolb came to the Greeneville, Tenn. campus a�er serving as offensive coordinator and assistant head coach at the University of Missouri at Rolla. The Seminole, Fla. na�ve spent the five seasons guiding one of the top passing a�acks in NCAA II, including two years at the assistant head coaching post. He also served as quarterback and wide receiver coach from 2002-06 at UMR. The Miners led the na�on in 2006 in passing offense, averaging 350.9 yards per game. UMR was also eighth in the country in total offense (415.7 ypg) and 16th in scoring offense (31.8 ppg). During his five years with the Miners, UMR established numerous offensive records and was one of the top passing squads in Division II over the last three seasons. Under Kolb’s watch, the Miners scored 132 touchdowns through the air since the start of the 2003 campaign. In 2006, he mentored All-American quarterback Joe Winters, who led the na�on in total offense (339.2 ypg) and passing yardage (338.5 ypg) in NCAA II. Winters went 261-for-468 and completed 35 touchdowns, while the Miners’ passing a�ack recorded comple�ons to 11 different receivers, including six with at least 20 recep�ons each during the 2006 campaign. He also mentored two-�me All-Americans Ashton Gronewold (2005, 2006) and Cole Drussa (2003, 2004), as well as Academic All-American® Phil Shin (2005). During his tenure at

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UMR, the Miners also set or �ed eight conference records and three NCAA II records. Prior to coming to the Rolla, Mo. campus, Kolb had a successful three-year s�nt as offensive coordinator at Fairfield University. He started at Fairfield as the Stags defensive line coach in 1998. He moved to the offensive side a year later as he became the offensive coordinator and the team’s assistant head coach in the 2001 season. In the three years Kolb served as offensive coordinator at Fairfield, the Stags scored 37.1 points per game in 1999, which ranked 12th in NCAA I-AA. A year later, Fairfield upped its scoring produc�on to post 38.7 ppg, which was fi�h, na�onally. His teams established numerous school records while at Fairfield. Kolb has coached offensive units that have finished among the top teams in Division I-AA in several offensive categories, including rushing, passing and total offense. The Stags averaged 406.7 yards of total offense in that span. Kolb earned his Bachelor’s degree at Brown University in 1994 and entered the coaching ranks in 1995 at Curry College in Massachuse�s. In 1997, Kolb moved onto Framingham State to serve as the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for one season before joining the Fairfield staff. Kolb and his wife Lisa are the proud parents of son, Ma�hew, 9, daughter, Hannah, 8 and son William, 6.

The Kolb Family Hannah, Lisa, William, Marc and Ma�hew

KEVIN WESTON Assistant Head Coach (Linebackers) Defensive Coordinator • Strength & Conditioning Coordinator 7th Year • Tusculum College, 2002

Kevin Weston is entering his seventh year on the coaching staff at his alma mater and second as defensive coordinator with the Pioneers. In March 2008, he was promoted to the posi�on of Assistant Head Coach, while also serving as the team’s strength and condi�oning coordinator. He also coaches the Tusculum linebackers, moving from the defensive line. While coaching the defensive line, he mentored two All-South Atlan�c Conference selec�ons in Adrian Samples and Rynel Butler. In his first season guiding the defensive front in 2006, Samples was an All-SAC First Team choice. In 2007, Samples earned All-SAC First Team recogni�on for a third straight year, while also being named to the All-Region squad. Butler was an All-SAC Second Team pick and was a force on a defense that established school singleseason records for fumbles forced and recovered in 2008. Weston, who starred on the Pioneer football field from 1999-2002, returned to the Greeneville campus in 2005 a�er serving two seasons as an assistant coach at Morgan County High School in Madison, Ga. He served as offensive coordinator for the junior varsity squad and coached the defensive ends and �ght ends for the varsity team. During his two seasons at Morgan County, the Bulldogs advanced to the state playoffs twice while pos�ng a combined 19-5 record. The 2003 Morgan County squad went 10-2 while capturing the Region 7AA �tle. The 2004 club posted a 9-3 ledger, advancing to the second round of the playoffs before falling to eventual State runner-up Buford High School. Weston’s JV team posted a perfect 6-0 record in his final season in Madison. During his two years there, three of his players garnered All-Region recogni�on. While on the Tusculum gridiron, Weston’s teams posted a 24-19 record, including a 22-10 mark in his final three campaigns. During his junior season, the Pioneers posted an impressive 8-2 season, including a 6-0 record at home. Weston originally came to Tusculum


COACHING STAFF as a �ght end in 1999, but moved to the offensive guard posi�on and started in the trenches for the next three seasons. Weston, a na�ve of Queens, N.Y. and Campbellton, Fla., played his prep career at Graceville High School in Graceville, Fla., where he earned All-State, All-Conference, All-County and All-Tri-County honors. He led his senior squad to the State semifinals while serving as team captain. He also accounted for 21 sacks in his final two seasons on the defensive side of the ball. Weston completed his Bachelor’s degree at Tusculum in 2002 with a degree in Physical Educa�on. Following gradua�on, he was signed as a free agent as a running back for the Greensboro Prowlers of the Arena2 Football League. He completed his Master’s degree from Troy University in 2005. Weston is the founder of the “Pioneers Preparing for Life” program which focuses on character and e�que�e for college students. Weston and his wife, the former Bonnie Taylor, were married in May 2010. Bonnie is a senior student life coordinator in the Tusculum College Student Affairs department.

for over 8,000 yards and 150 touchdowns. He served as a student assistant coach with the Pioneers as TC posted seasons of 7-4 in 2002 and 9-2 in 2003 while capturing the program’s first South Atlan�c Conference �tle. Slover, a 2003 graduate of Tusculum, returned to his alma mater in 2005, where he served as an admission’s counselor for one year. Slover is married to the former Jennifer Cutshall of Greeneville, Tenn. and they are the proud parents of son, Aus�n Michael, 3.

The Slover Family Jennifer, Aus�n and Caleb

KARL SCOTT The Weston Family Bonnie and Kevin

CALEB SLOVER Assistant Coach (Running Backs) Director of Football Operations 6th Year • Tusculum College, 2003 Former Tusculum College quarterback Caleb Slover is entering his sixth year as an assistant coach on the Pioneer coaching staff. Slover, a na�ve of Lake City, Tenn., mentors the Tusculum running backs. Slover also serves as TC’s Director of Football Opera�ons. Slover has coached two-�me All-South Atlan�c Conference running back Marcus Foster, who is entering his senior campaign in 2011. In 2006, he also coached the receiving corps, including two-�me All-SAC standout Jamichael Caldwell. Slover played two years at Tusculum, where he established then school single-season records for passing yardage (2,769 in 2001), comple�ons (246 in 2001), passing a�empts (412) and touchdown passes (17 in 2000 and 2001). In just two seasons, he passed for 4,973 yards and 34 touchdowns, which were both school records at the �me and currently fourth in school history. He is also fourth all-�me in pass a�empts (781), comple�ons (451), comple�on percentage (.577), total offensive yards (5,135) and total offensive a�empts (930). In 2000, he guided the Pioneers to a 7-4 record, the program’s first winning season in six years. The following season, Slover led the Pioneers to a then school record 8-2 mark, while garnering All-South Atlan�c Conference honors. He was also named the team’s most valuable player during that 2001 campaign, while also garnering NCAA Division II Na�onal Player of the Week recogni�on. His 15-6 record as a starter at Tusculum (.714) gives him the best winning percentage for a quarterback in school history. For his efforts, he was inducted into the Tusculum Sports Hall of Fame in 2010. Following his collegiate career, Slover played three professional seasons in the Arena Football League (Af2), including s�nts with the Carolina Rhinos, Greensboro Prowlers, Macon Knights and Rio Grande Valley Dorados. During his 40-game professional career, Slover pass

Assistant Coach (Defensive Backs) Recruiting Coordinator 4th Year • McMurry University, 2007

Karl Sco� is entering his fourth year on the Tusculum football staff as an assistant coach. Sco� also serves as recrui�ng coordinator for the program, while also overseeing the College’s summer football camps. Sco�, a na�ve of Houston, Texas, coaches the Pioneer defensive backs. In his previous four years in collegiate coaching at Tusculum and Delta State University, Sco� has been associated with programs that have won two conference championships, made a pair of trips to the NCAA Division II Playoffs and earned two na�onal rankings. In his first two years at Tusculum, he was responsible for the linebacker corps. Sco� made quite an impact in his first Tusculum campaign, mentoring two All-Conference and All-Region linebackers in Jus�n Sco� and Jarvis Li�lejohn. Both players each recorded over 100 tackles as the Pioneers won the South Atlan�c Conference championship. Sco� garnered All-America recogni�on, while establishing school season (22) and career (51) marks for tackles for loss. Jus�n Sco� also finished his career with seven recovered fumbles, a new school best. Coach Sco� came to Tusculum from Delta State, where he served as a graduate assistant coach for the Statesmen in 2007. In his lone season at the Cleveland, Miss. school, he helped DSU to a 10-2 record and a Gulf South Conference championship, while advancing to the second round of the NCAA Division II playoffs and earning a No. 10 na�onal ranking. Sco� helped orchestrate one of the top defenses in the na�on, while mentoring AllAmerican linebacker Michael Eubanks. Eubanks was a na�onal finalist for the Harlon Hill Trophy, which recognizes the Na�onal Player of the Year in Division II. Eubanks, who finished third in the Harlon Hill ballo�ng, ended his collegiate career as the NCAA II leader in sacks (39) and third all-�me in career tackles for loss (67.5). Sco� also coached All-Conference standouts Lardester Hicks and Anthony King in 2007, while serving on the coaching staff for DSU head coach and former Tusculum defensive coordinator Ron Roberts. The Statesmen led the na�on in pass efficiency defense (77.9) and was second in the country in total defense (227.4 yards per game), scoring defense (13.9 points per game) and team pass sacks (4.0 sacks per game). DSU was also third in the land in rushing defense, allowing just 67.3 yards per contest on the ground. Sco� played his collegiate career at McMurry University in Abilene, Texas, where he graduated in 2007 with a degree in Exercise and Sports Studies. Following his gradua�on from McMurry, he served on the coaching staff at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas where he coached the linebackers.

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COACHING STAFF STEVE MCGILL

SPENCER RILEY

Assistant Coach (Defensive Line) Coordinator of Academic Development

Assisant Coach (Offensive Line) Equipment Coordinator

8th Year • Livingston University, 1973

2nd Year • University of Tennessee, 2000

Steve McGill will be coaching in his eighth season on the Tusculum College gridiron staff. A�er a four-year hiatus, McGill returned to the Tusculum sidelines in 2010 and will be in charge of the Pioneer defensive line. He has mentored five All-South Atlan�c Conference standouts including Lebron Johnson (two-�me honoree), Mike Hobbs, Lee Hughes, Jr., Adrian Samples and Terrence Smith. He coached at Tusculum during the program’s SAC Championship run in 2003 as that team posted a 9-2 record and ended the year with a No. 19 na�onal ranking. McGill also serves as the team’s Coordinator of Academic Development. The Blue Ridge, Ga. na�ve has an extensive football background, having coached at several levels for over 30 years. Following gradua�on from Livingston University (now the University of West Alabama) in 1971, McGill coached high school football for seven seasons in Georgia and Alabama. In 1980, he began his collegiate coaching career at Auburn University where he served as assistant linebacker coach. In 1981, he went to Jacksonville State, mentoring the defensive line as the Gamecocks advanced to the NCAA Division II Playoffs. The following season, McGill returned to the Southeastern Conference as a defensive secondary assistant coach at Louisiana State University. That team boasted the top-ranked defense in the country, while the Tigers finished second in the SEC and earned a berth in the Orange Bowl. In 1983, he was tabbed as linebacker coach at Appalachian State University, beginning an associa�on with the Southern Conference that would last for 15 years. For the next nine seasons, McGill served on the coaching staff at the University of Tennessee at Cha�anooga. In his first season with the Mocs, Cha�anooga captured a conference crown and a berth in the NCAA Division IAA Playoffs. In 1993, he headed north to Johnson City to coach at East Tennessee State University where he served for the next four years. In his final season with the Bucs, ETSU advanced to the second round of the NCAA I-AA Na�onal playoffs. A�er a year in the private business sector, McGill returned to the coaching ranks where he served as offensive line coach at Middle Georgia College in Cochran, Ga. During his coaching tenure, McGill has coached 11 All-Americans, 26 All-Conference performers, including 13 individuals who played professional football. McGill le�ered on the gridiron at Livingston where he was a member of the Tigers’ 1971 Na�onal Championship team. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Physical Educa�on and Industrial Educa�on. McGill is married to the former Carol Fincher of Jonesboro, Ga. They are the parents of two children, daughter Stacey who is a graduate from ETSU and on staff at Tusculum; and son Stan who is a graduate from Tusculum. The McGill family resides in Gray, Tenn.

Spencer Riley is entering his second season on the Tusculum College football staff. Riley coaches the Tusculum offensive line, while also being in charge of the football program’s equipment procurement and upkeep. In his first Tusculum campaign, he mentored All-American Hannibal Ruiz, who became the fourth Pioneer offensive lineman to earn All-America dis�nc�on. Riley, a na�ve of New Market, Tenn., possesses a wealth of collegiate experience, having coached and played at both the NCAA Division I and II levels. His college coaching experience includes the University of Tennessee at Cha�anooga during the 2008 season and three years at the University of West Georgia. He has also coached at the prep level at Karns High School in Knoxville and Douglas County High School in Douglasville, Ga. A four-year le�erman at the University of Tennessee from 1996 to 1999, Riley has quickly built an impressive resume from the lessons he learned from his �me with the Volunteers. His coaching career began at Karns High School in 2001, where he served as the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach for three seasons (2001-03) before taking over as defensive coordinator and linebackers coach in 2004. He also coordinated the special teams. In 2005, Riley was hired to coach the offensive line at West Georgia, becoming only the fi�h coach at that posi�on in the program’s 47-year history. After two years in that role at the Gulf South Conference program, Riley was promoted to offensive coordinator while retaining his offensive line responsibili�es at the Carrollton, Ga. school. He installed the Spread offense for the Wolves in 2007 and was the run game coordinator in 2006. He also served as the team’s Pro Liaison. While at Tennessee, Riley was a versa�le member of the Volunteers’ offensive line and earned a spot on the 1996 Southeastern Conference All-Freshman Team. He lined up at guard in 1996 and 1997 before moving to center for his final two seasons. He played all four years for head coach Phillip Fulmer. During his career, he started 44 consecu�ve games and helped lead Tennessee to the 1998 Na�onal Championship. He was a key lineman on the 1998 squad, which posted an undefeated 13-0 record, including a 23-16 win over Florida State University in the inaugural BCS Na�onal Championship game to claim the Vols’ first na�onal �tle since 1967. He was also an integral part of back-to-back Southeastern Conference �tles, in 1997 and 1998, and played in four Bowl Games – the 1997 Citrus Bowl, the 1998 Orange Bowl and the 1998 and 1999 Fiesta Bowls. He was a team captain of the 1999 squad which went 9-3 and his teams forged a combined record of 43-7 during his collegiate playing career in Knoxville. Following his senior year, he was selected to play in the 1999 Senior Bowl and signed a free agent contract with the Buffalo Bills of the Na�onal Football League. He earned his degree from Tennessee in 2000 in Human Resource Development. A�er a stellar high school career at Jefferson County High School, Riley was chosen as a Parade Magazine and Max Emfinger All-America. He was a member of the BlueChip Illustrated Dream Team, a Scholas�c Coach All-America and was named Northeast Tennessee Player of the Year and an All-State selec�on. Spencer and his wife Beth are the proud parents of one daughter, Catelyn (8).

The McGill Family Carol and Steve

The Riley Family Beth, Spencer and Catelyn

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SUPPORT STAFF LOUIS DEBUSK

CHRIS LENKER

Volunteer Assistant Coach “Big Coach”

Head Athletic Trainer

14th Year

12th Year • East Carolina University, 1997

One of the most beloved members of the Tusculum College football staff is volunteer assistant coach Louis DeBusk. The Greeneville, Tenn. na�ve has served 13 seasons with the program, assis�ng the Pioneers in a variety of roles. DeBusk (affec�onately known as “Big Coach”) coordinates game-day prepara�ons for the Pioneers, especially when Tusculum is on the road. He is responsible for transpor�ng the vast amount of equipment needed on game day, to and from the site of the contest. He is usually the first at the game and the last to leave. Most recently, he is also the person responsible for leading the Pioneers onto the field before each home game with the tradi�onal Tusculum flag flying from the back of his beloved golf cart. DeBusk is married to the former Faye Stanton. They are the parents of two sons, Doug, a Tusculum Hall of Fame guard on the Pioneer basketball team. Their oldest son Frankie, is entering his 14th season as head football coach at Tusculum and fi�h as the Pioneers’ Director of Athle�cs. Louis and Faye also have three grandsons, Dylan, Ty and Connor and one granddaughter, Delana.

The DeBusk Family Louis and Faye

Chris Lenker is in his eighth year as Head Athle�c Trainer at Tusculum College a�er serving as Assistant Athle�c Trainer for four years. Lenker directs the overall opera�on and medical treatment of the student-athletes for the 14 intercollegiate sports offered by the College. His du�es include overseeing all phases of the Athle�c Training program, coordina�on of all athle�c insurance ma�ers, direc�on of the College’s athle�c drug tes�ng program, preven�on, management and rehabilita�on of athle�c injuries and the development of athle�c training room policies and procedures. This year, he will con�nue to serve the athle�c training needs of the Pioneer football and baseball programs. Since coming to the Greeneville campus, he has served as athle�c trainer for men’s and women’s soccer, men and women’s basketball and baseball. Lenker’s staff was honored by the South Atlan�c Conference as the league’s Athle�c Training Staff of the Year during the 2008-09 academic year, marking the first �me Tusculum has received that honor. Lenker, 35, joined the Tusculum staff a�er serving as a graduate assistant athle�c trainer at East Carolina University for two years. While at ECU, Lenker assisted in the management and rehabilita�on of athle�c injuries for 500 student-athletes in the 19 sports offered at the NCAA Division I program. His primary responsibili�es included men’s soccer, baseball and football, which played in the 1999 inaugural Mobile, Alabama Bowl. Prior to his s�nt at ECU, Lenker served as head athle�c trainer at White Oak High School in Jacksonville, N.C. He was responsible for the medical coverage and rehabilita�on for the student-athletes at White Oak, while also serving on the faculty. Lenker par�cipated in the United States Olympic Commi�ee’s Volunteer Medical program in July of 2003, working with athletes training at the US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. He has been a staff athle�c trainer at the Masters WaterSki and Wakeboard Tournament in Pine Mountain, Ga. since 2010. The Iowa na�ve is cer�fied by the Na�onal Athle�c Trainers Associa�on (N.A.T.A.) and is licensed through the Tennessee Board of Athle�c Training Examiners. He is a cer�fied examiner with the Na�onal Athle�c Trainers’ Associa�on Board of Cer�fica�on and is an approved clinical instructor with the Commission on Accredita�on of Athle�c Training Educa�on. He holds American Red Cross instructor cer�fica�ons for First Aid, CPR, and Oxygen Administra�on for the Professional Rescuer. Lenker earned his Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science at East Carolina in 1997, and later earned his Master’s in Health Educa�on at ECU in 2000. Lenker achieved a personal milestone by earning his pilot’s license in 2008. Lenker is married to the former Laura Sharp of Ocean City, New Jersey and they are the parents of son Addison Cade (4).

FOOTBALL STUDENT ASSISTANTS & MANAGERS

Lee Abbo� Oak Ridge, Tenn.

Jeremy Beuzieron Oak Park, Calif.

Neal Blakeney Pageland, S.C.

Calvin Bri� Augusta, Ga.

Ma� Carr Elizabethton, Tenn.

Tim Doute Morristown, Tenn.

Chris�an Harrison Greensboro, Ga.

Preston Holstead Greensboro, N.C.

Zach McCallie Lenoir City, Tenn.

Joe Passinger Greeneville, Tenn.

Brandon Priest Loganville, Ga.

John Rogers Jonesborough, Tenn.

Garet Rowlands Gareth Benllech, Wales

Ricky Williams Columbia, S.C.

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NISWONGER SPORTS COMPLEX/PIONEER FIELD Tusculum College is very fortunate to have some of the finest intercollegiate athle�c facili�es in the na�on and the Niswonger Sports Complex and Pioneer Field are no excep�on. The home of Tusculum Football since the reinstatement of the sport in 1991 and soccer since 1965, experienced major renova�ons in 2000. The result is one of the most beau�ful and func�onal athle�c venues to be found on any college campus. Tusculum College alumnus and Board of Trustee member Sco� M. Niswonger fully funded the mul�-million dollar renova�on to Pioneer Field and the construc�on of the accompanying indoor prac�ce facility and field house located behind the west end zone. Niswonger also funded the construc�on of the 2,500-seat baseball stadium, located behind the east end zone of Pioneer Field. Pioneer Park, home of Tusculum Baseball and the Greeneville Astros, has received rave reviews as one of the finest baseball venues in the na�on. J.C. “Red” Edmonds Softball Field also received renovations with a state-ofthe-art playing surface and the installation of a new lighting system. The Niswonger Sports Complex was dedicated Oct. 25, 2003 in ceremonies prior to the Tusculum. Carson-Newman football game. Renova�ons to Pioneer Field included a two-story press box, new ligh�ng, concession areas, restroom facili�es and improvements to spectator sea�ng. The press box facility consists of 8,000-square feet designed to match the architectural style of the campus’s most classic buildings. The press box can accommodate 30 members of the media as well as coaches, film crews and scouts. A President’s Suite was also constructed and is located on the second floor at midfield and can accommodate 30 fans. Restroom facili�es were also added to the second floor. Below the press box facility, on the stadium concourse are concession areas and restroom facili�es. The concession area is located facing the playing field so fans won’t miss any of the ac�on. Sea�ng for 2,500 spectators is located on the north grandstand, including 200 chair back seats. Special orange “cap seats” were added during the renova�on phase along with the addi�on of new bleachers and aisle railings. Bleachers on the “visitors’ side” were constructed providing sea�ng for 1,000 spectators, giving Pioneer Field its present sea�ng capacity of 3,500. With the addi�on of grass bern areas on the north side of the complex and behind the east end zone, Pioneer Field could accommodate 5,000 spectators. That came to pass in 2003 as over 4,100 fans packed Pioneer Field to watch Tusculum defeat archrival Carson-Newman 2718. The field house behind the west end zone features locker room facili�es that can be divided into four separate dressing areas. Also featured in the field house is a dressing area for officials, a conference room and prepara�on areas for athle�c training and medical staffs. On the roof of the field house, an end zone filming area was also constructed. Along with the field house, concession areas and restrooms were built to serve spectators in the south grandstand area. New ligh�ng and standards were added, which has greatly improved the amount of illumina�on during home events. The ligh�ng system is iden�cal to the one used at the University of Tennessee’s Neyland Stadium in Knoxville. The bermuda grass playing surface, considered one of the best in the region, also received special a�en�on. New sod on the sideline areas for soccer and in both end zones were added. New parking facili�es were added in close proximity to the stadium and the indoor prac�ce facility. In its history, Pioneer Field has hosted several tournaments and championships over the years, including the Food Lion South Atlan�c Conference Soccer Tournament three �mes (2000-02), the NCAA Division II Region Men’s Soccer Tournaments three �mes (2004, 2007, 2008) and the 2005 NCAA II Southeast Region Women’s Soccer Championship. In 2008, the facility hosted host the both the first round of the NCAA Football Playoffs and the NCAA Southeast Men’s Soccer Regional on the same weekend. Last year, TC hosted a NCAA II Men’s Soccer Na�onal Quarterfinal match.

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2011 ROSTER No. Player 1 Ramsey Iapala 2 TJ Jones 3 Michael Rodriquez 5 Brian Marshall 6 Andy Rose� 7 Luke Harris 8 Deonte’ Gist 9 Joshua McKie 10 Torrey Slaven 11 LiRonta Archie 12 Kyle Dickey 13 Rashaad Carter 14 William Pooser 15 Terrence Smith 16 Mykelle Jones 17 Raphael Finley 19 Bo Cordell 20 Jus�n Arrington 22 Orlando Price 23 Kaytron Becton 24 Marcus Foster 25 Fred Jones 26 Kent Aigbe 27 Jacob Kadel 28 Chris Burns 29 Jeffrey Booker 30 Darien Crank 32 Chad Blakely 33 John Perry 34 Blake Overton 35 Boomer Brown 36 Ashden Lynch 37 Cameron Myers 38 Brian Alexander 39 Stephen Gyebison 40 Tyler Walker 41 Josh Davis 42 DeAngelo Paschal 43 Jordan Rhinehart 44 Skylar West 45 Dominic James 46 Dus�n Lane 47 Rodney Prui� 48 Quinten Talley 49 Altoine Wilson, II 52 Lee Kizer 55 David Davis 56 Pat Aiken 60 Dameon Herring 64 Chris�an Bell 66 Chaz Moulder 71 Israel Pickens 74 Jason Wynn 75 Nate Riddle 77 Josh Stone 79 Dus�n Moorehead 80 Johnathan Diliberto 81 Xzanvion Smith 83 Kevonne Byard 84 Abram Edwards 85 Bryce Whaley 86 Zack Self 87 Virgil Fripp 88 Josh Smith 89 Jus�n Corporan-Browning 90 Fredrez Terrell 91 Nick Smith 92 Jason Muehling 93 Jackie Pa�erson 95 Fred Walker 99 Tevin Blair

NUMERICAL ROSTER Pos. LB DB TE RB P/K DB WR WR QB DB QB WR WR DL WR LB QB DB TE DB RB RB DB DB RB RB DB RB DB RB LB DB DB LB DB DB LB DB DB LS LB LB DB LB LB OL OL OL DL OL DL OL OL OL OL OL WR WR WR WR WR TE WR DB WR DL DL DL DL DL DL

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

Wt. 255 165 200 180 195 195 175 200 190 200 205 205 195 240 190 220 185 165 205 180 180 185 200 175 175 190 175 185 200 175 235 170 190 235 175 175 230 190 185 220 185 225 170 220 210 300 290 290 305 290 300 305 285 320 290 295 195 190 180 185 165 250 160 205 185 240 285 250 310 300 335

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Hometown/Previous School/High School San Diego, Calif./Southwestern CC/Sweetwater HS Duncan, S.C./James F. Byrnes HS Columbia, S.C./Hargrave Military Academy Cha�anooga, Tenn./Ooltewah HS Kenneth City, Fla./St. Petersburg HS Floyd, Va./Floyd County HS Wellford, S.C./James F. Byrnes HS Mauldin, S.C./North Carolina/Mauldin HS Winfield, Tenn./Oneida HS Fairburn, Ga./North Atlanta HS McDonough, Ga./Luella HS Stone Mountain, Ga./Stephenson HS Abbeville, S.C./Emerald HS Riverdale, Ga./North Clayton HS Spartanburg, S.C./Spartanburg HS Las Vegas, Nev./College of the Desert/Bishop Gorman Cincinna�, Ohio/Indian Hill HS Union City, Ga./Creekside HS Columbia, S.C./Airport HS Miami, Fla./Miami Jackson HS Siloam, Ga./Greene County HS Appling, Ga./Greenbrier HS An�och, Tenn./An�och HS Lexington, Ky./Tates Creek HS Social Circle, Ga./Social Circle HS Maryville, Tenn./Maryville HS Fort Campbell, Ky./Fort Campbell HS Knoxville, Tenn./Anderson County HS Branford, Fla./Branford HS Seymour, Tenn./Seymour HS Ft. Lauderdale, Fla./College of the Desert/Monarch HS Hephzibah, Ga./Cross Creek HS Conley, Ga./Mar�n Luther King, Jr. HS Union Point, Ga./Greene County HS Knoxville, Tenn./West HS North Charleston, S.C./Fort Dorchester HS Atlanta, Ga./South Atlanta HS Atlanta, Ga./McNair HS Stone Mountain, Ga./Stephenson HS Oneida, Tenn./Oneida HS St. Petersburg, Fla./St. Petersburg HS Lithonia, Ga./Mar�n Luther King, Jr. HS An�och, Tenn./An�och HS South Pi�sburg, Tenn./South Pi�sburg HS Covington, Ga./Alcovy HS Portland, Tenn./Portland HS McEwen, Tenn./The Ensworth School Greenwood, S.C./Greenwood HS Stockbridge, Ga./Mar�n Luther King, Jr. HS Madisonville, Tenn./Sequoyah HS Atlanta, Ga./North Atlanta HS Piedmont, S.C./Woodmont HS Fontana, Calif./Chaffey CC/West Valley HS Canton, Ga./Creekview HS Smithville, Tenn./DeKalb County HS Elora, Tenn./Lincoln County HS Lexington, Ky./Tates Creek HS Anderson, S.C./Westside HS Lithonia, Ga./Mar�n Luther King, Jr. HS Smithville, Tenn./DeKalb County HS Sevierville, Tenn./Sevier County HS Sarasota, Fla./Lakewood Ranch HS Miami, Fla./Miami Jackson HS Canton, Ga./Cherokee HS Riverdale, Ga./North Atlanta HS Greensboro, Ga./Greene County HS Seymour, Tenn./Seymour HS Calhoun, Ga./Calhoun HS Nashville, Tenn./Hillsboro HS Danville, Calif./Diablo Valley JC/Monte Vista HS Hartsville, S.C./Hartsville HS

ALPHABETICAL ROSTER

No. Name

No. Name

26

Kent Aigbe

52

Lee Kizer

56

Pat Aiken

46

Dus�n Lane

38

Brian Alexander

36

Ashden Lynch

11

LiRonta Archie

5

Brian Marshall

20

Jus�n Arrington

9

Joshua McKie

23

Kaytron Becton

79

Dus�n Moorehead

64

Chris�an Bell

66

Chaz Moulder

99

Tevin Blair

37

Cameron Myers

32

Chad Blakely

34

Blake Overton

29

Jeffrey Booker

42

DeAngelo Paschal

35

Boomer Brown

93

Jackie Pa�erson

28

Chris Burns

33

John Perry

83

Kevonne Byard

71

Israel Pickens

13

Rashaad Carter

14

William Pooser

19

Bo Cordell

22

Orlando Price

89

Jus�n Corporan-Browning

47

Rodney Prui�

30

Darien Crank

43

Jordan Rhinehart

55

David Davis

75

Nate Riddle

41

Josh Davis

3

Michael Rodriquez

12

Kyle Dickey

6

Andy Rose�

80

Johnathan Diliberto

86

Zack Self

84

Abram Edwards

10

Torrey Slaven

17

Raphael Finley

88

Josh Smith

24

Marcus Foster

91

Nick Smith

87

Virgil Fripp

15

Terrence Smith

Deonte’ Gist

81

Xzanvion Smith

Stephen Gyebison

77

Josh Stone

Luke Harris

48

Quinten Talley

11

Rashaun Harris

90

Fredrez Terrell

60

Dameon Herring

66

Fred Walker

1

Ramsey Iapala

40

Tyler Walker

45

Dominic James

44

Skylar West

25

Fred Jones

85

Bryce Whaley

16

Mykelle Jones

49

Al Wilson, II

TJ Jones

74

Jason Wynn

8 39 4

2 27

Jacob Kadel

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2011 PROSPECTUS With the return of nine starters from the na�on’s top passing a�ack, including the South Atlan�c Conference offensive player of the year, there is a sense of op�mism for the Tusculum Pioneers and the 2011 campaign. In all, 44 le�ermen return for head coach Frankie DeBusk, including 20 starters, highlighted by Harlon Hill Trophy candidate Bo Cordell. Five starters also return on defense and six on special teams, but TC will have to replace All-American placekicker Gareth Rowlands, the program’s all-�me leading Tusculum head coach Frankie DeBusk kick scorer (270 career points). The Pioneers posted a 6-5 record, but finished seventh in the conference with a 2-5 SAC mark. Besides boas�ng the top passing game in the land, averaging 424.82 yards per contest, the Tusculum offense finished fi�h in the country in scoring (39.91 ppg) and total offense (484.64 ypg). Cordell led all NCAA divisions (FBS, FCS, II, III) in total offensive yards per game (425.45 ypg), passing yards per game (423.36 ypg) and comple�ons per game (35.82 cpg), and points responsible for per game (26.00 ppg) last season. He was named the SAC Offensive Player of the Year and finished fourth in the vo�ng for the Harlon Hill Trophy, which recognizes the Division II Na�onal Player of the Year. This summer, he has been named the 2011 Preseason Na�onal Division II Football Most Valuable Player by Lindy’s Sports Magazine as well as to the Sporting News Preseason All-America squad. The Cincinna�, Ohio junior passed for a school and SAC single-season record 4,657 yards, which was third in NCAA II and fi�h most for all NCAA divisions. Cordell threw for 38 touchdowns, a new school single-season mark and Harlon Hill Trophy finalist the 25th most in NCAA II history. He Bo Cordell also established school and SAC records with 394 comple�ons, 605 pass a�empts and 702 total offensive a�empts. Cordell passed for over 400 yards in nine consecu�ve games last year, which was a new TC, SAC and NCAA II record. He was named SAC Offensive Player of the Week four �mes and twice honored as na�onal offensive player of the week by D2football.com and D2 Sports Insider. He was also tabbed the State’s College Football Player of the Year by the Tennessee Sports Writers Associa�on and the Tusculum Male Athlete of the Year. Also returning to the signal caller corps are sophomore Torrey Slaven (Winfield, Tenn.) and redshirt freshman Kyle Dickey (McDonough, Ga.). The Pioneers return last season’s top three receivers, including preseason All-Americans Deonte’ Gist, Rashaad Carter and Michael Rodriquez. Gist accounted for one of the greatest seasons for a receiver in SAC history a�er earning consensus AllAmerica dis�nc�on in 2010. Gist’s 1,183 receiving yards are a new school record and the third most in SAC history. The Wellford, S.C. senior also established school records with his 96 recep�ons and 1,713 all-purpose yards. His 154.64 all-purpose yards per game average was All-American Deonte’ Gist 15th in the na�on. Gist

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averaged a league-best 107.55 receiving yards per game, which were 16th in the na�on. His 8.73 recep�ons per contest were also tops in the league and fourth in the country. Gist tallied 10 or more catches in five games and posted over 100 receiving yards in seven of his 11 contests. Gist enters his final collegiate campaign with 2,732 all-purpose yards, the fourth most Preseason All-SAC receiver Rashaad Carter in TC history, including 1,640 receiving yards (8th in TC history). Carter (Stone Mountain, Ga.) recorded 1,004 receiving yards last year, which were the second most in TC history, while his 81 recep�ons were fourth-best in school history. His nine touchdown recep�ons �ed a school single-season record and accounted for 100 receiving yards on five occasions. He also scored a TD in his last four games and nine of 11 contests, while accoun�ng for 100 all-purpose yards eight �mes in 2010. Carter enters his senior year fi�h in school history with 140 career recep�ons, fi�h in career receiving yards (1,872), ninth in yards per recep�on average (13.37 ypc), fourth in career touchdown recep�ons (15) and 12th in career all-purpose yards. Sophomore Xzanvion Smith (Anderson, S.C.) returns a�er playing in all 11 ou�ngs last year both at wide out and on Tusculum’s kickoff return team. North Carolina transfer Joshua McKie (Mauldin, S.C.) will be looking to make more of an impact with this season’s squad a�er seeing ac�on in 10 games in 2010. Also back are William Pooser (Abbeville, S.C.), Mykelle Jones (RFr., Spartanburg, S.C.), Johnathan Diliberto (RFr., Lexington, Ky.), Kevonne Byard (Lithonia, Ga.), Abram Edwards (Smithville, Tenn.), Bryce Whaley (RFr., Sevierville, Tenn.), Virgil Fripp (RFr., Miami, Fla.) and Jus�n C o r p o ra n - B ro w n i n g (RFr., Riverdale, Ga.). Michael Rodriquez became the second �ght end in school history to garner All-America honors a year ago. He finished �ed for 21st in the country in recepAll-American �ght end Michael Rodriquez �ons per game, averaging seven catches per ou�ng. The Columbia, S.C. senior also posted a school single-season best nine TD recep�ons and finished with 727 yards in his 10 starts. His yardage tally was the seventh-best in school history, while his 70 recep�ons are the fi�h-most by a Pioneer, and the most ever by a �ght end. Also contribu�ng at �ght end is senior Orlando Price (Columbia, S.C.) and sophomore Zack Self (Sarasota, Fla.). Two-�me All-SAC running back Marcus Foster is slated to return for his final collegiate campaign in 2011. Foster did not play last season, but in 2009, he led the Pioneers with 1,428 all-purpose yards, the second-most in school history. Foster finished third on the team with 54 recep�ons and fourth with 554 receiving yards and five touchdowns. The Siloam, Ga. senior also Two-�me All-SAC running back Marcus Foster led Tusculum with 176 rushing yards, while accoun�ng for 32 kickoff returns for 698 yards (both 2nd in TC history).


2011 PROSPECTUS Junior Brian Marshall (Cha�anooga, Tenn.) led the Pioneers in rushing last year, with his 281 yards on 75 carries. He was also fi�h on the team in receiving with 47 catches for 486 yards and a touchdown. Also returning in the Tusculum backfield are Fred Jones and Chad Blakely. Jones (Sr., Appling, Ga.) played in only six ou�ngs last year due to injury. The team’s No. 2 rusher, Jones accounted for 140 yards on 28 carries, averaging five yards per rushing attempt, including two touchdowns. He also amassed 70 receiving yards on 14 catches. Blakely (So., Knoxville, Tenn.) enjoyed a solid rookie season in 2010 as he rushed for 137 yards on 35 carries and added 111 yards on 21 recep�ons, while playing in all 11 contests. Joining the Pioneers in the offensive backfield are Jeffrey Booker (So., Maryville, Tenn.), Chris Burns (RFr., Social Circle, Ga.) and Blake Overton (RFr., Seymour, Tenn.). Anchoring the offensive line is preseason All-SAC senior tackle Dus�n Moorehead. Returning to Top returning tackler Luke Harris the offensive trenches are is an experienced trio, including seniors Josh Stone (Smithville, Tenn.), Pat Aiken (Greenwood, S.C.) and sophomore Lee Kizer (Portland, Tenn.). Also back are Chris�an Bell (So., Madisonville, Tenn.), David Davis (So., McEwen, Tenn.) and Nate Riddle (So., Canton, Ga.). Chaffey College transfer Jason Wynn (Fontana, Calif.) will also be compe�ng for playing �me. On defense, junior defensive back Luke Harris (Floyd, Va.) is the team’s top-returning tackler. Harris finished second on the squad in 2010 with 60 tackles, including seven for loss, a sack and two intercep�ons. Also slated to return in the secondary are senior Kent Aigbe (An�och, Tenn.) and sophomore LiRonta Archie (Fairburn, Ga.). Archie posted 39 tackles, with three for loss, an intercep�on, two fumbles forced and a pair of recoveries. Aigbe accounted for 19 tackles, an intercep�on and a forced fumble. Senior Jus�n Arrington (Union City, Ga.) accounted for 36 stops and returned two fumbles for 108 yards, including a school-record 90-yard return in road win over Western Carolina. Senior TJ Jones (Duncan, S.C.) saw ac�on in all 11 contests in 2010 where he posted 23 tackles, including one for loss and five passes defended. Senior DeAngelo Paschal (Atlanta, Ga.) is also back a�er seeking All-Region defensive end spot ac�on in his nine Terrence Smith appearances. Sophomore Cameron Myers (Conley, Ga.) made a majority of his four tackles on special teams. Junior Ashden Lynch (Hephzibah, Ga.) also returns, along with sophomore Stephen Gyebison (Knoxville, Tenn.) A talented group of underclassmen are back, including Jacob Kadel (RFr., Lexington, Ky.), Darien Crank (RFr., Fort Campbell, Ky.), Tyler Walker (RFr., North Charleston, S.C.), Jordan Rhinehart (RFr., Stone Mountain, Ga.), Rodney Prui� (RFr., An�och, Tenn.)

and Josh Smith (RFr., Canton, Ga.). All-Region and All-SAC defensive end Terrence Smith (Riverdale, Ga.) anchors the defensive line for the Pioneers. Smith finished fi�h with 48 tackles, including a team-best 16 for loss and three sacks. He also broke up four passes, blocked a kick, forced a pair of fumbles and recovered another. Senior Jason Muehling (Calhoun, Ga.) is back a�er tallying 43 stops, including five for loss, two sacks and recovered a team-high three fumbles, including one for touchdown. Highly touted senior nose guard Fred Walker is slated to be in the defensive trenches a�er playing at Diablo Valley College in California. Sophomore Nick Smith (Seymour, Tenn.) is also back a�er recording 24 tackles, including four for loss and sack in his 10 ou�ngs during his rookie campaign. Sophomores Dameon Herring (Stockbridge, Ga.) and Fredrez Terrell (Greensboro, Ga.) will also be looking to make solid contribu�ons on defense. Three redshirt freshmen return, including Chaz Moulder (Atlanta, Ga.), Jackie Pa�erson (Nashville, Tenn.) and Tevin Blair (Hartsville, S.C.). Sophomore linebacker Brian Alexander (Union Point, Ga.) was fourth on the team with 53 tackles, including nine behind the line of scrimmage with three sacks, an intercep�on and a fumble recovery. Senior Boomer Brown (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.) is looking to bounce back from a mid-season injury from a year ago. In his first TC campaign, Brown tallied 37 tackles, including eight for loss, two sacks and forced a pair of fumbles in just seven contests. Junior college transfer Ramsey Iapala is slated to make a tremendous impact a�er pos�ng a solid spring camp. Iapala, who garnered All-Conference and All-Region accolades last year at Southwestern College. The San Diego, Calif. na�ve posted 92 tackles, including 14.5 behind the line of scrimmage and recorded three intercep�ons, four pass break-ups and forced a fumble. Also new at linebacker is Las Vegas, Nev. junior Raphael Finley. Finley played the two previous years at the College of the Desert where he led his squad with 67 tackles, including 12 for loss and five sacks. Sophomore Dus�n Lane (Lithonia, Ga.) is back in the linebacker corps a�er making a dozen stops a year ago, including a fumble recovery. Sophomore linebackers Josh Davis (Atlanta, Ga.), Quinten Talley (South Pi�sburg, Tenn.) and Al Wilson, II (Covington, Ga.), along with redshirt freshmen Dominic James (St. Petersburg, Fla.). With the excep�on of Rowlands, the Tusculum special teams remain intact. Sophomore Andy Rose� returns to handle the pun�ng du�es for the Pioneers. Rose� averaged 34.4 yards per punt, which was sixth in the conference, while also pinning the opposi�on inside the 20-yard line in 12 of his 43 punt a�empts on the year. Gist finished third in the league in kickoff return average (23.6 ypr), while Carter was fourth in the SAC in punt return average (6.4 ypr). Tusculum will also have the services of Marcus Foster back on special teams a�er 698 kickoff return yards on 32 a�empts, both the second most in TC history. Rounding out special teams for Tusculum is two�me All-SAC long-snapper Skylar West (Oneida, Tenn.).

2011 SAC PRESEASON POLL

Rk. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Team (1st Place Votes) Pts. Wingate (4) ................................52 Carson-Newman ....................... 49 Lenoir-Rhyne (2) ....................... 42 TUSCULUM (2) ........................ 40 Catawba .....................................38 Newberry ...................................33 Mars Hill ....................................26 Brevard ........................................ 8

2011 PRESEASON ALL-SAC TEAM First Team – Offense QB – Bo Cordell, Tusculum WR – Deonte’ Gist, Tusculum WR – Rashaad Carter, Tusculum WR – Chris Bowden, Wingate RB – Kelvin Jeter, Brevard RB – Jonas Randolph, Mars Hill RB – Nate Inman, Carson-Newman OL – Kevin Day, Carson-Newman OL – Chandler Rearden, Lenoir-Rhyne OL – Kaleb Myrick, Lenoir-Rhyne OL – Mike Arndt, Wingate OL – Lucas Mathis, Carson-Newman TE – Michael Rodriquez, Tusculum LS – Skylar West, Tusculum PK – Carlos Lopez, Carson-Newman First Team – Defense DL – Zeke Andrews, Carson-Newman DL – Brandon Mar�n, Lenoir-Rhyne DL – Damein Lee, Catawba DL – Arterio Arnold, Newberry LB – Prince Simunyu, Brevard LB – Demetrius Green, Lenoir-Rhyne LB – Rudy Cabral, Mars Hill LB – Lakeem Perry, Catawba DB – Jumal Rolle, Catawba DB – Salonik Amos, Brevard DB – Tarvin Jones, Carson-Newman DB – Robert Fletcher, Wingate P – Eric Wa�s, Brevard RS – LJ McCray, Catawba Second Team - Offense QB – Cody Haffly, Wingate WR – Brandon Bos�ck, Newberry WR – Eric Wa�s, Brevard WR – Nick Stu�s, Lenoir-Rhyne RB – Vince Jordan, Wingate RB – Brandon Baker, Carson-Newman RB – Josh Wright, Catawba OL – Caleb Campbell, Brevard OL – Tyler Hodgson, Mars Hill OL – Chase Gamble, Newberry OL – Dus�n Moorehead, Tusculum OL – Aus�n Lowe, Wingate TE – Ma� Cox, Carson-Newman LS – DJ Davis, Catawba PK – Thomas Trexler, Catawba Second Team – Defense DL – Byron Bell, Carson-Newman DL –Nelson Bullard, Lenoir-Rhyne DL – Jack Taylor, Wingate DL – Terrence Smith, Tusculum LB – Ryan Helton, Carson-Newman LB – Apollo Stretch, Newberry LB – Cory Johnson, Catawba LB – Jared Seate, Wingate DB – Michael Gist, Brevard DB – Oliver Davis, Carson-Newman DB – Jamont Jones, Lenoir-Rhyne DB – Jus�n Squirewell, Wingate P – BJ Richmond, Mars Hill RS – Max Ellio�, Newberry

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MEET

26

KENT AIGBE 6-1

DEFENSIVE BACK

200

KENT AIGBE’S CAREER STATISTICS GP 6 6 11 23

UA 1 3 15 19

A TOT 1 2 4 7 4 19 9 28

TFL-Yds 0-0 1-1 1-9 2-10

Sk-Yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

INT-Yds 0-0 0-0 1-11 1-11

TD 0 0 0 0

PD 0 1 2 3

FF 0 0 1 1

Blk 0 0 0 0

56

PAT AIKEN OFFENSIVE LINE

FR-Yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

6-1

290

Sr.

Greenwood, S.C. • Greenwood HS Business Management 2010: Started all 11 games at right guard... 2009: Garnered a start in all 10 contests... 2008: Started in all 10 games he would play in, including the last five, all at right guard... TC won four of its last five with Aiken at right guard... 2007: Redshirted... High School: Graduated from Greenwood HS in Greenwood, S.C… Coached by Shell Dula… Le�ered three years in football and track & field… Earned All-State, All-Region and All-Lakelands honors… Member of the North-South All-Star Team… Posted 65 knockdowns in 2005 and followed with 85 in 2006… Member of State and Region Championship teams… Personal: Full name is Patrick Leon Aiken… Born June 9, 1989 in Greenwood, S.C… Nickname: “Scoop” and “Boss”… Son of Patrick and Jacqueline Aiken… Brother of Jalen and Julius Aiken… Majoring in Business Management… Community service includes Adopt-a-Highway and the Lunch Buddies program… Career goal: Work at a law firm; Favorite Book: Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry; Favorite Class at Tusculum: English 110; Favorite Midnight Snack: Pizza; Favorite Movie: “Remember the Titans”; Favorite Musical Ar�sts: Kanye West and Rick Ross; Favorite Saying by Coach DeBusk: “In order for you to be a man, you have to grow up”; Favorite Song: “Flashing Lights” by Kanye West… Favorite Sports Team: Bal�more Ravens; How Pat Gets Ready for a Game: Listens to music and prays; Pat can’t imagine a week without: Money; Pat is as good as anyone at: Singing and Dancing; Least Favorite Food: Chocolate; Most impressive person Pat has ever met: Arman� Edwards – Appalachian State QB (former teammate); Most Thrilling Moment in Sports: Playing in the State HS championship game; Pat’s advice to kids: Make good grades and take the SAT as many �mes as possible; Favorite Color: Black; Favorite Food: Tomato & Rice; Favorite Sport other than Football: Basketball; Person Pat most admires: His

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38

BRIAN ALEXANDER

Antioch, Tenn. • Antioch HS Undeclared

Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

PIONEERS

mother; Shoe Size: 13; Best Advice Pat has ever been given: “Do the best that you can do”; Best thing about Pat: Nice manners; Most important thing Pat has learned at Tusculum: Not to procras�nate; The thing Pat admires most about Coach DeBusk: How he relates to his players; Toughest player Pat has ever played against: Carlos Dunlap – now plays at Florida; What people don’t know about Pat: He can sing, dance and play basketball; When Pat was a kid, he tried to be like: His father; When people first meet Pat, they think: He is non-athle�c.

Sr.

2010: Played in all 11 games where he accounted for 19 tackles, including 15 solo stops... Posted a career-best five tackles at Mars Hill (Oct. 2)... Recorded his first collegiate intercep�on against Urbana (Sept. 18)... Forced a fumble against Brevard (Oct. 30)... Added four stops, including three solo tackles at Western Carolina (Sept. 11)... Broke up a pass at Mars Hill... 2009: Appeared in six contests for the Pioneers... Recorded two tackles and a pass break-up against Wingate (Sept. 24)...Followed with a pair of stops against Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 3)... Tallied a tackle for loss against Catawba (Oct. 17)... Finished the season with two hits at No. 14 Carson-Newman (Nov. 7)... 2008: Played in six games... Recorded a solo tackle at Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 4)... Accounted for an unassisted stop in collegiate debut against Elizabeth City State (Sept. 13)... Saw ac�on in NCAA Playoff win against Albany State (Nov. 15)... High School: Graduated from An�och (Tenn.) HS... Coached by Mike Woodward... AllRegion, All-Metro Honorable Men�on... 2006 Stats: 51 tackles, 4 intercep�ons, 2 forced fumbles, 2007 Stats: 43 tackles., 4 intercep�ons, 1 forced fumble... Established school record with 100-yard intercep�on return... Led last two prep squads to second round of the playoffs... Earned the Na�onal Hall of Fame Academic Award... Personal: Full name is Kent E. Aigbe... Born Aug. 28, 1990 in Nashville, Tenn... Son of Julie Stephens... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll...Brother - Kevin Aigbe... Favorite book: “A Lesson Before Dying”; Favorite midnight snack: Lemon creme cookies; Favorite movie: “Shooter”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Lil’ Wayne, Young Jeezy, All-Star; Favorite song: “Alphabet Soup” by All-Star; Most thrilling moment in sports: 60-yard intercep�on return during his junior year; Favorite color: Black; Favorite food: Spaghe�; Person Kent most admires: His mother; Shoe size: 12; When he was a kid, Kent tried to be like: His brother.

THE

6-1

LINEBACKER

235

So.

Union Point, Ga. • Greene County HS Education 2010 Finished fourth on the team with 53 tackles... In his 11 games at linebacker, he ac2010: counted for nine tackles for loss (-14), including three sacks... Returned an intercep�on for 13 yards against Urbana (Sept. 18)... Posted a career-best 10 stops against Urbana, Urbana including a TC single-game record five for loss... Added nine hits against Carson-Newman (Nov. 13)... Recovered a fumble against Brevard (Oct. 30)... 2009: Played in two contests in his rookie Reco campaign... Tallied a tackle in a each of his appearances... Recorded a solo stop at Charleston (Aug. 29)... Posted an unassisted tackle at Urbana (Sept. 19)... High School: Graduated from Greene County School HS in Greensboro, Ga... Le�ered four years on the prep gridiron... Offensive Player of the Year (2008)... 2007 recipient of the Defensive Hustle Award... Member of two region �tle teams (2005, 2006)... Also le�ered in track and basketball four �mes... Member of back-to-back region championship track teams (2007, 2008)... 2008) Personal: Full name is Brian Jamar AlexanPersonal der... Born Dec. 26, 1990 in Greensboro, Ga... Son of Greg Alexander and Carolyn Peek... Siblings: Illysia (41), Damien (37), Jade (22), Kayla (15), Roger (12)... Majoring in Educa�on... Plans to be a middle school teacher following gradua�on... Hobbies listed include: Football, music, Internet...Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Internet... Favorite midnight snack: Peanut bu�er & jelly; Favorite movie: “Deliver Us From Eva”; Least favorite food: Sushi; Most thrilling moment in sports: His first intercep�on; Favorite color: Brown; Favorite food: Meat; Favorite sport other than football: Swimming; Person Brian most admires: His father; Shoe size: 12; Best advice Brian has ever been given: “Put God first”; Best thing about Brian: His love for God; Most important thing Brian has learned at Tusculum: Listen; The thing Brian admires most about Coach DeBusk: He’s always posi�ve; Toughest part of being a student-athlete: Balancing everything; Two words to describe the way Brian plays football: Smart, hard; When he was a kid, Brian tried to be like: His father.

Year 2009 2010 Totals

BRIAN ALEXANDER’S CAREER STATISTICS GP 2 11 13

UA A TOT 2 0 2 21 32 53 23 32 55

TFL-Yds 0-0 9-14 9-14

Sk-Yds 0-0 3-6 3-6

INT-Yds 0-0 1-13 1-3

TD 0 0 0

PD 0 1 1

FF 0 0 0

Blk 0 0 0

11

LIRONTA ARCHIE DEFENSIVE BACK

FR-Yds 0-0 1-0 1-0

6-0

200

So.

Fairburn, Ga. • North Atlanta HS Sport Management 2010: Played in all 11 games as a true freshman at the “nitro” posi�on in the TC secondary... Tallied 39 tackles, including 21 solo stops... Three tackles for loss and returned an intercep�on for a 58-yard TD against Newberry (Oct. 9) for the 8th longest INT return in school history... Tallied seven tackles in road win at Findlay (Sept. 4), including a fumble recovery... Returned a fumble for a 26-yard TD against CarsonNewman (Nov. 13)... Added five tackles each at Western Carolina (Sept. 11) and Urbana (Sept. 18)... Forced a fumble at Mars Hill (Oct. 2)... High School: Graduated from North Atlanta (Ga.) HS... Coached by Brian Montgomery and Shakorr Bryant... Le�ered in football and track... 2009 All-Region First Team... Most Outstanding Senior Award recipient... 2009 Stats: 700 receiving yards, 9 touchdowns; 67 tackles, 8 intercep�ons; 2,475 all-purpose yards... All-Region standout in track with a 40 �me of 4.49 seconds... Named Most Valuable Runner twice (2009, 2010)... Personal: Full name is LiRonta Lamont Archie... Born Nov. 29, 1991 in Atlanta, Ga... Son of Dashaye Archie... Siblings - Ryian Archie, Reagan Archie, Raven Archie... Majoring in Sport Management... Favorite book: “Importance of Being Earnest”; Favorite midnight snack: Fudge rounds; Favorite movie: “Menace to Society”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Young Dro, Lil’ Wayne, Gucci Mane; LiRonta can’t imagine a week without: Speaking to his mother; Favorite athlete: Ed Reed; Advice to kids: “Get an educa�on”;


MEET

THE

PIONEERS

Favorite color: Black; Favorite food: Cornbread; Favorite sports other than football: Track, basketball; Most famous person LiRonta has met: Jamal Lewis; When he was a kid, LiRonta tried to be like: Steven Segal.

LIRONTA ARCHIE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

GP 11 11

UA A TOT 21 18 39 21 18 39

TFL-Yds 3-1 3-1

Sk-Yds 0-0 0-0

INT-Yds 1-58 1-58

TD 1 1

PD 2 2

FF 2 2

FR-Yds 2-26 2-26

Blk 0 0

20

JUSTIN ARRINGTON 5-9

DEFENSIVE BACK

165

Sr.

Union City, Ga. • Creekside HS Sport Management 2010: Played in 10 contests where he posted 36 tackles, including six for loss and two sacks... Tied for the team lead with seven passes defended (6 PB, 1 INT)... Made a career-best six tackles at Catawba (Nov. 6), including three for loss... Returned a fumble for a 90-yard TD at Western Carolina (Sept. 11) for the longest return in TC history... Also returned a fumble 18 yards against Newberry (Oct. 9)... Tallied five tackles each at Findlay (Sept. 4) and Mars Hill (Oct. 2)... Pioneer Elite... 2009: Appeared in all 10 contests... Tallied nine tackles for a second straight year... Accounted for a career-best four tackles in road win at Newberry (Oct. 24)... Made a tackle each against Charleston (Aug. 29), Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 3), Brevard (Oct. 10), Catawba (Oct. 17) and Mars Hill (Oct. 31)... 2008: Played in 10 games where he made nine tackles... Saw ac�on at le� cornerback... Made two stops each in wins over Brevard (Oct. 11) and Mars Hill (Nov. 1)... Both tackles at Mars Hill were solo hits... Blocked a kick at Delta State (Nov. 22) in the NCAA Playoffs... High School: A�ended Creekside HS in Fairburn, Ga... Coached by Kevin Whitley... Le�ered three years in football and four �mes on the baseball diamond... 2007 Preseason All-State Honorable Men�on... 2007 All-County Honorable Men�on... Recipient of the Coaches’ Award in 2006 and 2007... 2004 Defensive Player of the Year... Led team to a pair of Region �tles (2005, 2006)... Recorded 80 tackles with three intercep�ons, blocked three kicks and forced two fumbles... Personal: Full name is Jus�n Wendel Arrington... Born Oct. 4, 1989 in East Point, Ga... Nickname: “Y-Baby”... Son of Ronnie Arrington and Vernita White... Has one older brother, Derrick White (26)... Majoring in Sport Management with a minor in Coaching... Ac�vi�es listed include: weight li�ing, going places and mee�ng new people... His brother played football at Georgia (2001-04)... Career goals: NFL or sports management; Favorite book: “Sports Ar�cles”; Favorite class at Tusculum: The Tusculum Experience; Favorite midnight snack: Candy and pizza; Favorite movie: “Next Friday”; Favorite musical ar�st: Gucci Mane; Favorite saying by Coach DeBusk: “Play big, dream big”; Favorite song: “Vetle Pass” by Gucci Mane; Favorite sports teams: Indianapolis Colts, Atlanta Braves, Philadelphia Eagles; How Jus�n gets ready for a game: Listens to his MP3 Player; Jus�n can’t imagine a week without: Ge�ng ready for next week’s game; Least favorite food: Crabs and shrimp; Most impressive person Jus�n has ever met: Thomas Davis or Eric Berry; Most thrilling moment in sports: Ge�ng his first big hit in his sophomore year against Viller Rica; Favorite color: Blue; Favorite food: Hot wings; Favorite sport other than football: Baseball; Person Jus�n most admires: His brother; Shoe size: 10½; Best advice Jus�n has been given: “Look good, play well”; Best thing about Jus�n: Wants to become a be�er person; Most important thing Jus�n has learned at Tusculum: Stay on top of everything; What Jus�n admires most about Coach DeBusk: He stays focused; Toughest part of being a student-athlete: School work and football at the same �me; Toughest player Jus�n has ever played against: Brandon Boykin; Two words to describe the way Jus�n plays football: Determined, dedicated; What people don’t know about Jus�n: He loves doing things the right way; When he was a kid, Jus�n tried to be like: Michael Jordan.

Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

JUSTIN ARRINGTON’S CAREER STATISTICS GP 10 10 10 30

UA A TOT 4 5 9 3 6 9 13 23 36 20 34 54

TFL-Yds 0-0 0-0 6-16 6-16

Sk-Yds 0-0 0-0 2-7 2-7

INT-Yds 0-0 0-0 1-7 1-7

TD 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 7 7

FF 0 0 0 0

Blk 1 0 1 2

23

KAYTRON BECTON DEFENSIVE BACK

FR-Yds 0-0 0-0 2-108 2-108

5-10

180

So.

Miami, Fla. • Miami Jackson HS Business Management 2011: His 40-yard �me of 4.38 seconds is the fastest on the team... 2010: Appeared in nine ou�ngs where he accounted for 31 tackles and a team-best seven pass break-ups... Made a season-best eight tackles and a TFL at Catawba (Nov. 6)... Also broke up three passes at Catawba... Made two break-ups against Newberry (Oct. 9)... Posted seven stops in collegiate debut against Charleston (Aug. 28)... High School: A�ended Miami (Fla.) Jackson Senior HS... Coached by Nigel Dunn, Jr... 2009 All-Dade County Second Team... Team MVP... Most Improved Award... Led prep squad to District and Regional championships... Stats: 144 tackles (36 solo), six intercep�ons, 40 passes defended... Personal: Full name is Kaytron P. Becton... Born Apr.

8, 1992 in Miami, Fla... Nickname: “Jelly”... Son of Sharlene Williams... Siblings - Eryn Granger (14), Erycka Granger (8)... Majoring in Business Management with a minor in Computer Science... Hobbies listed include track, basketball and listening to music... Cousin, Torrye Cox, Jr., played football for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers... Favorite book: “The Michael Jordan Story”; Favorite class at Tusculum: Computers; Favorite midnight snack: Gummy Bears; Favorite movie: “Power Rangers”; Favorite musical ar�st: Lil’ Wayne; Favorite song: “Complicated” by Nivea; Least favorite food: Ribs; Favorite athlete: Deion Sanders; Favorite color: Black; Favorite food: Macaroni & Cheese; Favorite sports other than football: Basketball, track; Most famous person Kaytron has ever met: Chad Johnson; Toughest player Kaytron has ever played against: Tommy Streeter; What people don’t know about Kaytron: He can sing.

KAYTRON YTRON BECTON’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

GP 9 9

UA A TOT 17 14 31 17 14 31

TFL-Yds 1-2 1-2

Sk-Yds 0-0 0-0

INT-Yds 0-0 0-0

TD 0 0

PD 7 7

FF 0 0

Blk 0 0

64

CHRISTIAN BELL OFFENSIVE LINE

FR-Yds 0-0 0-0

6-2

290

So.

Madisonville, Tenn. • Sequoyah HS Education High School: School Graduated from Sequoyah HS in Madisonville, Tenn… Two-�me All-County and All-Region selec�on (2007, 2008)… Named Lineman of the Year on two occasions (2008, 2009)… Personal: Full name is Chris�an Xavier Bell… Born July 10, 1991 in Madisonville, Tenn… Son of Jeff and Melinda Bell… Brothers – Brandon (17) and Jordan (12) Bell… Majoring in Educa�on with a minor in Coaching… Favorite class at Tusculum: Physical Educa�on; Favorite midnight snack: Oreos and milk; Favorite musical ar�st: Beas�e Boys; Favorite song: “Brass Monkey”; Chris�an can’t imagine a week without: Food; Advice to kids: “Don’t do drugs”; Favorite color: Red; Favorite food: Chicken; Favorite sport other than football: Track; Person Chris�an admires most: Eric Berry; When he was a kid, Chris�an tried to be like: His father.

32

CHAD BLAKELY RUNNING BACK

5-10

185

So.

Knoxville, Tenn. • Anderson County HS Education 2010: Played in all 11 games... Finished third on the team in rushing with 137 yards... Averaged 3.9 yards per carry...Rushed for a season-best 29 yards on eight carries at Findlay (Sept. 4)... Tallied a season-best 67 all-purpose yards at Western Carolina (Sept. 11) with 22 rushing yards and 45 receiving yards (6 recep�ons)... Rushed for 28 yards on five a�empts against Brevard (Oct. 30)... High School: Graduated from Anderson County HS in Clinton, Tenn... Coached by Davey Gillum... Le�ered four years in football and once in baseball... Played in the Border Bowl All-Star Game... Led team to third round of TSSAA Playoffs... All-State, All-County and All-District honoree... Named District Specialist of the Year... 2009 Stats: 750 rushing yards, 700 receiving yards with 15 touchdowns... 1,800 all-purpose yards... Personal: Full name is Chad Hunter Blakely... Born Mar. 2, 1992 in Knoxville, Tenn... Son of Brian Blakely and Ronda Dake... Siblings - Michael Blakely (25), Ka�e Dake (21)... Majoring in Educa�on... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Career goal: Become a high school football coach; Favorite book: “My Brother Sam is Dead”; Favorite class at Tusculum: Religion 208; Favorite midnight snack: Powdered doughnuts; Favorite movie: “Four Brothers”; Favorite musical ar�st: Akon; Favorite song: “Greatness Lie Here” by T.I.; Favorite sports teams: Ohio State Buckeyes, San Francisco 49ers, Los Angeles Lakers; Chad can’t imagine a week without: His cell phone; Chad is as good as anyone at: Cleaning; Least favorite color: Green; Favorite athlete: Ted Ginn, Jr.; Most thrilling moment in sports: Anderson County defea�ng Clinton in the 2nd round of the 2009 TSSAA Playoffs... Favorite color: Scarlet; Advice to kids: “Work hard at everything you do because you will later regret it if you don’t”; Favorite food: Mexican; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; Person Chad most admires: His uncle, Bruce Blakely; Most famous person Chad has ever met: Terrell Owens; When he was a kid, Chad tried to be like: His uncle.

2011 Tusculum Football -- 17


MEET CHAD BLAKELY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

GP 11 11

Rushing A� Yds 35 137 35 137

Avg 3.9 3.9

TD 0 0

Lng 14 14

Rec 21 21

Yds 111 111

Receiving Avg TD 5.3 0 5.3 0

Lng 16 16

29

JEFFREY BOOKER 5-10

RUNNING BACK

190

So.

Maryville, Tenn. • Maryville HS Political Science 2010: Played in nine games where he recorded five carries for 24 yards, averaging 4.8 yards per rush... Posted four rushing a�empts for 23 yards at Western Carolina (Sept. 11), including a season-long 20-yard carry... 2009: Redshirt... High School: Graduated from Maryville (Tenn.) HS... Coached by George Quarles... Le�ered three years on the gridiron and in track... Two�me All-County selec�on (2007, 2008)... 2008 All-State and All-Region honoree... 2006 Stats: 62 tackles; 2007 Stats: 114 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 punt blocked; 2008 Stats: 108 tackles, 6 sacks, 1 rushing TD... Member of three State championship teams and four Region �tle squads... Maryville HS recorded a 75-game winning streak, which Jeffrey played part of during his 3year prep career... 2007 Aubrey’s Player of the Week... Twice named Star Character Athlete of the Week (2007, 2008)... Personal: Full name is Jeffrey Lavone Booker, Jr... Born Aug. 7, 1990 in Alcoa, Tenn... Son of Jeffrey (Sr.) and Sonya Booker... Siblings - Chavon (29), Kevin (27), Elisha (19), Latrice (17)... Majoring in Poli�cal Science... Plans to be a criminal prosecutor or go into sports law following gradua�on... Hobbies listed include: sports, ea�ng, sleeping and playing the drums... Cousin, Jacques McClendon, plays football for the Indianapolis Colts... Favorite midnight snack: Ramen Noodles; Favorite musical ar�sts: Young Jeezy, Lil’ Wayne, Gucci Mane, DC Talk, Yo Go�; Favorite saying by Coach DeBusk: “Get be�er today”; Favorite song: “Standing Ova�on”; Favorite sports teams: Carolina Panthers, Philadelphia 76ers, Atlanta Braves; Jeffrey can’t imagine a week without: Sports; Least favorite food: Fish; Favorite athlete: Allen Iverson; Most thrilling moment in sports: Winning three state �tles at Maryville HS; Favorite Tusculum moment: Defea�ng Western Carolina in 2010; Favorite colors: Orange and Black; Favorite food: Pizza; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; Person Jeffrey admires most: His grandfather; Most famous people Jeffrey has ever met: John Henderson and Terrell Owens; Best thing about Jeffrey: Loves helping people; The thing Jeffrey admires most about Coach DeBusk: He cares about his players, on and off the field; Toughest player Jeffrey has ever played against: Craig Cooper; What people don’t know about Jeffrey: He plays the piano; When he was a kid, Jeffrey tried to be like: Michael Jordan; When people first meet Jeffrey, they think: “I want his good looks”; What would Jeffrey do with $1 million: Give some to his parents and save the rest.

JEFFREY BOOKER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

GP 9 9

Rushing A� Yds 5 24 5 24

Avg 4.8 4.8

TD 0 0

Lng 20 20

Rec 0 0

Yds 0 0

Receiving Avg TD 0.0 0 0.0 0

Lng -

35

BOOMER BROWN 5-11

LINEBACKER

235

Sr.

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. • College of the Desert • Monarch HS Mass Media (Film & Broadcasting) 2010: Saw ac�on in seven contests in a season that was plagued with injuries... Finished with 37 tackles, including eight for loss and two sacks... Made his Tusculum debut with 15 tackles against Charleston (Aug. 28)... Wrapped up the season with seven tackles, including five solo hits against Carson-Newman (Nov. 13)... Posted five tackles, including two sacks that forced a pair of fumbles at Findlay (Sept. 4)... Recorded three tackles for loss against Newberry (Oct. 9)... College of the Desert: Played two seasons at the Palm Desert, Calif. school... Coached by Dean Dowty... All-Conference performer and played in the 2008 JUCO All-American game... Stats: 58 tackles, 9 TFL, 6 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries... High School: Graduated from Monarch HS in Coconut Creek, Fla... Coached by Allen Jackson... BCAA All-Star and All-County selec�on... Defensive MVP and Coaches Award recipient... Stats (9 games): 76 tackles, 8 TFL, 6 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery; 16 recep�ons, 358 yards, 4 TD... Personal: Full name is Mathais Christopher Brown... Born June 3, 1989 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla... Nickname: “Boomer”... Son of Larry and Cindy Brown... Sisters Bri�ney and Lauren Brown... Majoring in Mass Media (Film & Broadcas�ng)... Plans to be a radio personality or offensive coordinator following gradua�on... Hobbies and ac�vi�es listed include: Basketball, movies, making music and entertainment... tainment... His uncle, Andre King, played wide receiver at the University of Miami and later played yed for the Cleveland Browns (2001-05).

Year 2010 Totals

BOOMER BROWN’S CAREER STATISTICS GP 7 7

UA A TOT 14 23 37 14 23 37

TFL-Yds 8-22 8-22

Sk-Yds 2-6 2-6

18 - 2011 Tusculum Football

INT-Yds 0-0 0-0

TD 0 0

PD 1 1

FF 2 2

FR-Yds 0-0 0-0

Blk 0 0

THE

PIONEERS

28

CHRIS BURNS RUNNING BACK

5-10

175 RFr.

Social Circle, Ga. • Social Circle HS Sports Science 2010: Redshirt... High School: Graduated from Social Circle (Ga.) HS... Coached by Troy Morris... Le�ered in football, basketball, track and soccer... All-Conference in football and basketball three years... Football MVP and Basketball MVP... Recipient of the Football Most Improved Award and the Basketball Coach’s Award... Personal: Full name is Christopher D. Burns... Born Oct. 21, 1990 in Rockdale, Ga... Son of Edna Jackson and Anthony Burns... Siblings - Rod (27), Val (24), Antonio (23), Shantavia (25), Crystal (18), Jeremy (15)... Majoring in Sports Science... Plans to be a personal trainer in a big gym... Community service includes volunteering at an animal shelter... Favorite class at Tusculum: Wellness; Favorite midnight snack: Chocolate frappe from McDonald’s; Favorite movie: “Love and Basketball”; Favorite musical ar�st: Usher; Favorite sports team: Miami Heat; Least favorite food: Brussel Sprouts; Favorite athlete: Dwayne Wade; Favorite Tusculum moment: Spring prac�ce; Favorite color: Red; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; Person Chris admires most: Rod Reynolds; Most famous person Chris has ever met: Travis Porter; What Chris would do for $1 million: Help out homeless shelters.

83

KEVONNE BYARD WIDE RECEIVER

6-0

180

Fr.

Lithonia, Ga. • Martin Luther King, Jr. HS Biology High School: Graduated from Mar�n Luther King, Jr. HS in Atlanta, Ga... Coached by Corey Jarvis... Le�ered two years in football and track... Led MLK HS to an 18-5 combined record (83 in 2008 and 10-2 in 2009)... Personal: Full name is Kevonne Saeed Byard... Born March 16, 1991 in Atlanta, Ga... Son of Kevin Byard and Ar�na Stanley... Siblings include three brothers (Kevin, Khaliq, Muhktar) and three sisters (Azraa, Raabiah, Hafsah)... Majoring in Biology... Plans to a�end medical school a�er Tusculum; Favorite midnight snack: Cookies and milk; Favorite musical ar�sts: Wiz Khalifa, Cassidy; Favorite song: “Thank Me Now”; Favorite movie: “Day A�er Tomorrow”; Favorite sports team: Philadelphia Eagles; Favorite athlete: Desean Jackson; Advice to kids: “Choose friends wisely”; Favorite color: Green; Favorite food: Philly Cheesesteak; Favorite sport other than football: Track & Field; Toughest player Kevonne has ever played against: Alex Algetree; When he was a kid, Kevonne tried to be like: Terrell Owens; When people first meet Kevonne, they think: He’s quiet.

13

RASHAAD CARTER WIDE RECEIVER

6-3

205

Sr.

Stone Mountain, Ga. • Stephenson HS Film & Broadcasting 2011: Consensus Dra� Services Preseason All-American... Preseason All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team... Enters his senior campaign fi�h in school history with 140 career recep�ons, fi�h in career receiving yards (1,872), ninth in yards per recep�on average (13.37 ypc), fourth in career touchdown recep�ons (15) and 12th in career all-purpose yards (2,095)... Six career games of 100-plus receiving yards are �ed for fourth most in TC history... Pioneer Elite... 2010: Recorded 1,004 receiving yards (2nd in TC history) on 81 recep�ons (4th in TC history)... 2010 Averaged 7.36 recep�ons (3rd in SAC/14th in NCAA II), 91.3 receiving yards (6th in SAC/30th in NCAA II) and 110.5 all-purpose yards per game (6th in SAC)... His nine TD recep�ons �ed a school single-season record... Accounted for 100 receiving yards on five occasions... Scored a TD in his last four games and nine of 11 contests... Posted 100 all-purpose yards in eight games... Tallied a career-high 166 yards (T8th in TC history) on 11 recep�ons (T8th in TC history) in season-opening win over Charleston (Aug. 28)... Posted 10 catches for 116 yards and a TD at Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 23)... Added 109 yards on eight recep�ons against Newberry (Oct. 9)... 2009: Recorded a recep�on in all 10 games... Finished the year with 35 catches for 510 yards and three touchdowns... Hauled in six grabs for 88 yards at No. 14 Carson-Newman (Nov. 7)... Posted five recep�ons for 67 yards at Charleston (Aug. 29)... Tallied five catches for 68 yards against Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 3)... Posted two catches for 74 yards in homecoming win over Mars Hill (Oct. 31), iincluding a career-long 65-yard TD... Made four grabs for 50 yards at Elizabeth City State (Sept. 12), including a TD... Also recorded a TD catch against Catawba (Oct. 17)... Returned two punts for 12 yards at Brevard (Oct. 10)... 2008: Appeared in 10 games in his rookie campaign... Posted 24 recep�ons for 358 yards and three touchdowns... Best game came at Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 4), where he posted three recep�ons for 148 yards, including a 64-yard TD... Made a strong impression in his collegiate debut as he posted seven catches for 76 yards in home win over Charleston (Aug. 30)... First collegiate TD was a 22-yard catch in that game... Tallied five grabs for 62 yards against Elizabeth City State (Sept. 13)... TC was 6-0 when Rashaad


MEET

THE

PIONEERS

posted 15 or more receiving yards in a game... High School: Graduated from Stephenson HS in Stone Mountain, Ga... Coached by Ron Gartnell... Le�ered twice in football and basketball... 2006 All-County and All-Region selec�on... 2006 Offensive Player of the Year... Member of two region championship teams (2006, 2007)... 2006 Stats: .604 comple�on percentage, 900 passing yards; 2007 Stats: .493 comple�on percentage, 790 passing yards... Personal: Full name is Jeremy Rashaad Carter... Born Oct. 18, 1989 in Atlanta, Ga... He is the son of David and Rhonda Carter, and LaShunda Charles... Siblings: Keon Carter (11), Jalan Carter (13), Malik Swinton (17), Dee Charles (19) and Sikerra Charles (22)... Majoring in Film & Broadcas�ng... Ac�vi�es listed include video games, bowling and basketball... Dean’s List... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Community service includes: Lunch Buddies program and Road-side clean-up... Career goal: Become a billionaire; Favorite midnight snack: Taco Bell; Favorite musical ar�st: Future; Favorite saying by Coach DeBusk: “Team with the best amount of mistakes wins”; Favorite song: “Blow it All” by Future; Favorite sports team: Atlanta Falcons; How Rashaad prepares for a game: Listens to music; Rashaad is as good as anyone at: Catching a football; Least favorite food: Pasta; Favorite athlete: DeSean Jackson; Most thrilling moment in sports: Catching his first touchdown; Favorite Tusculum moment: Winning a SAC Championship; Favorite food: Chinese; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; Most famous person Rashaad has ever met: Billy “White Shoes” Johnson; When he was a kid, Rashaad tried to be like: Deion Sanders; If Rashaad won $1 million, he would: Invest it; Two words to describe the way Rashaad plays football: Compe��ve, smart.

RASHAAD CARTER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

GP 10 10 11 31

Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

GP 10 10 11 31

Rushing A� Yds 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Punt Returns No. Yds. 0 0 2 12 17 109 19 121

Avg 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

TD 0 0 0 0

Lng -

Rec 24 35 81 140

Avg 0.0 6.0 6.4 6.4

TD 0 0 0 0

Lng 11 26 26

No. 0 0 7 7

Receiving Yds Avg TD 358 14.9 3 510 14.6 3 1004 12.4 9 1872 13.4 15 Kickoff Returns Yds Avg TD 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 102 14.6 0 102 14.6 0

Lng 28 28

19

BO CORDELL QUARTERBACK

Lng 64 65 52 65

6-0

185

Jr.

Cincinnati, Ohio • Indian Hill HS Business Administration 2011: Harlon Hill Trophy candidate... Lindy’s Football Magazine Preseason Division II Na�onal Most Valuable Player... Spor�ng News Preseason All-American... Consensus Dra� Services Preseason All-American... D2football.com Preseason Conference Offensive Player of the Year... Preseason All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team... Enters his junior campaign second all-�me in school history in career passing yards (8,115), pass a�empts (1050), comple�ons (671), TD passes (61), total offensive yards (8,035) and total offensive a�empts (1,233)... His .639 career comple�on percentage (671-of-1050) is the best in school history... His career passing yardage tally is sixth in SAC history... Owns 12 of the top-18 single-game passing yardage performances in school history, including the top five... AFCA Good Works Team nominee... 2010: South Atlan�c Conference Offensive Player of the Year... D2football. com All-America Honorable Men�on... Football Gaze�e All-America Honorable Men�on... Daktronics All-Super Region 2 First Team... Football Gaze�e All-Super Region 2 First Team... All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team... Led all NCAA divisions (FBS, FCS, II, III) in total offensive yards per game, passing yards per game and comple�ons per game... Finished fourth in the vo�ng for the Harlon Hill Trophy, which recognizes the Division II Na�onal Player of the Year... Tennessee Sports Writers Associa�on College Football Player of the Year... NCAA II Na�onal Sta�s�cal Champion for total offensive yards per game (425.45 ypg), passing yards per game (423.36 ypg), comple�ons per game (35.82 cpg) and points responsible for per game (26.00 ppg)... Passed for a school and SAC single-season record 4,657 yards, which was third in NCAA II and fi�h most for all NCAA divisions... Threw for 38 touchdowns, a new school single-season mark and the 25th most in NCAA II history... Established school and SAC records with 394 comple�ons (3rd in NCAA II history), 605 pass a�empts (3rd in NCAA II history) and 702 total offensive a�empts (3rd in NCAA II history)... Passed for over 400 yards in nine consecu�ve games, which is a new TC, SAC and NCAA II record... Named SAC Offensive Player of the Week four �mes... D2football.com Na�onal Offensive Player of the Week and D2 Sports Insider Na�onal Player of the Week... Passed for a season-high 511 yards (2nd in TC history) at Mars Hill (Oct. 2) on a school single-game record 44 comple�ons... Also passed for five TDs against MHC... Followed a week later with another 44-comple�on ou�ng against Newberry (Oct. 9) where Bo a�empted a TC game record 70 pass a�empts for 431 yards and four TDs, along with two rushing touchdowns... Passed for a TC and SAC single-game record seven TDs in home win over Brevard (Oct. 30), going 38-for-43 for 408 yards... Posted a TC single-game record 542 total offensive yards in road win at Catawba (Nov. 6)... Threw for 510 yards (3rd in TC history) and accounted for five TDs (3 pass, 2 rush)... Tusculum Male Athlete of the Year... 2009: South Atlan�c Conference Offensive Freshman of the Year... Became the first true-freshman to start at quarterback at Tusculum since 1991... Emerged as the most prolific freshman passer in the na�on... Started in all 10 games... Led the SAC with 3,458 passing yards (2nd in TC history/4th in SAC history)... The 3,458 passing yards are a new NCAA II Freshman Record... He was fourth in the na�on (NCAA II) in passing yards per game (345.8 ypg) and eighth in total passing yards (3,458)... Finished first in the SAC in total offensive yards (3,355-6th in NCAA II)... Completed at least two TD passes in eight of his 10 ou�ngs... Established the top three passing performances in TC history in his first season... Set school record with his 524 passing yards at No. 14 Carson-Newman (Nov. 7)... That tally was the second most in SAC history... Threw for 478 yards

(T7th in SAC history) and three touchdowns in road win at Urbana (Sept. 19)... Passed for 442 yards (11th in SAC history) and two TDs in collegiate debut at Charleston (Aug. 29)... In the Urbana game, he went 27-of-38 with five comple�ons of 30 or more yards... His 88-yard TD pass to Jarrell NeSmith is the longest in school history (9th in SAC history)... He also completed a 77-yard TD strike to Marcus Foster for the eighth longest pass play at TC... Named SAC Offensive Player of the Week... Established a new TC record with his 66 pass a�empts at Charleston... His 37 comple�ons each against Charleston and Carson-Newman are the third most in TC history... Set school record with 484 total offensive yards at Carson-Newman, while his 451 total yards at Urbana were third in the record book... Rushed for his first collegiate TD in the Urbana game... Went 18-for-30 for 277 yards and three TDs as the Pioneers rallied from a 14point deficit in a 34-31 road win at Newberry (Oct. 24)... Went 11-of-15 for 190 yards in the second half... For his efforts, he was named SAC Offensive Player of the Week for a second �me on the season... Cordell posted 37 comple�ons that covered 20 or more yards on the season... Passed for 366 yards and four TD in homecoming win over Mars Hill (Oct. 31)... Threw for 392 yards and four TDs on 32-of-50 passing against Catawba (Oct. 17)... Of his 23 TD passes on the year, 13 were for 20 or more yards, including six of 50 yards or more... His 23 TD tosses were third in school history... His 277 comple�ons and 445 pass a�empts are both second in TC history, while his .622 comple�on percentage is third in the TC record book... High School: Graduated from Indian Hill HS in Cincinna�, Ohio... Coached by Kevin Siple... No. 5 ranked quarterback in the State of Ohio by Rivals.com... 2008 Max Preps Na�onal Player of the Week... Two-�me All-State (2007, 2008)... Two-�me Region Player of the Year (2007, 2008)... Two-�me Southwest Ohio Player of the Year (2007, 2008)... Two-�me City Player of the Year (2007, 2008)... 2008 Tri-State Player of the Year... Three-�me All-League (2006, 2007, 2008)... 2005 Freshman of the Year... Three-�me All-Region (2006, 2007, 2008)... Three-�me All-Southwest Ohio (2006, 2007, 2008)... Led Indian Hill to four league championships and a 36-8 combined record... Three-year starter where he posted a 26-6 record... Never lost a league game as a starter (21-0)... Career Stats: Pass yds: 8271; TD - 84; Completed 598-of-900 passes (70%); Rush TD: 15; TD accounted for: 99; Led city in passing three straight years... Fourth all-�me in State of Ohio in passing TD and passing yards... Named Player of the Week by four TV outlets in Cincinna�... Also le�ered in baseball where he was a two-�me All-League standout... Scholar Athlete Award recipient... “That’s My Boy” Award nominee, which recognizes community service, academics and athle�cs)... Personal: Full name is Bo Andrew Cordell... Born Feb. 21, 1991 in Cincinna�, Ohio... Son of John and Cindy Cordell... Twin sister - Joy (20)... Majoring in Business Administra�on (with a concentra�on in Management)... Minors in Interna�onal Business, Coaching Endorsement... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Hobbies listed include baseball, golf and playing the saxophone... Career goals: Become a successful businessman and make a difference in the world; Favorite book: “They Call me Coach” by John Wooden; Favorite class at Tusculum: Human Resource Management; Favorite midnight snack: Apple Cinnamon Cheerios; Favorite movie: “Friday Night Lights”; Favorite musical artist: Lil’ Wayne; Favorite saying by Coach Marc Kolb: “You don’t have to be special to be special in this offense”; Favorite song: “Right Above It” by Lil’ Wayne; Favorite sports teams: Cincinna� Bengals, Cincinna� Reds and Indianapolis Colts; How Bo gets ready for a game: Mentally goes through the game plan; Bo can’t imagine a week without: Football; Bo chose jersey No. 19 because: Johnny Unitas; Bo is as good as anyone at: NCAA Football 2011 (XBox 360); Least favorite food: Ketchup; Favorite athlete: Peyton Manning; Bo’s most thrilling moment in sports: Throwing TD in high school playoffs as a freshman in state quarterfinal; Favorite Tusculum moment: Touchdown drive to beat Urbana in 2010; Advice to kids: “Work hard and give 110 percent effort in everything you do”; Favorite color: Orange; Favorite food: Sushi, crab legs; Favorite sports other than football; Golf, baseball; People Bo most admires: His parents; Shoe size: 12; Most famous people Bo has ever met: Drew Brees, Carson Palmer and Chad Ochocinco; Best thing about Bo: His family; Most important thing Bo has learned at Tusculum: Start every block strong; The thing Bo admires most about Coach DeBusk: His honesty and leadership quali�es; Toughest player Bo has ever played against: Paul Muldoon (Wisconsin); Two words to describe the way Bo plays football: Accurate, smart; What people don’t know about Bo: He played the saxophone in his high school jazz band; What Bo would do if he won $1 million: Save it for the future; When Bo was a kid, he tried to be like: His father; When people first meet Bo, they think: He’s very out-going; Why Bo chose Tusculum: Coaching staff.

BO CORDELL’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP 10 11 21

Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP 10 11 21

Passing A� Cmp Int Pct Yds 445 277 17 .622 3458 605 394 12 .651 4657 1050 671 29 .639 8115 Rushing A� Yds Avg TD Lng Rec 86 -103 -1.2 1 18 1 97 23 0.2 9 16 0 183 -80 -0.4 10 18 1

TD 23 38 61

Lng 88 75 88 Receiving Yds Avg 0 0.0 0 0.0 0 0.0

TD 0 0 0

Lng 0 0

30

DARIEN CRANK DEFENSIVE BACK

Avg 345.8 423.4 386.4

5-10

175 RFr.

Fort Campbell, Ky. • Fort Campbell HS Sport Management 2010: Redshirt... High School: A�ended Fort Campbell (Ky.) HS... Coached by Shawn Berner and Josh McKillip... Le�ered in football, track, basketball and wrestling... 2009 All-State Second Team... All-Western Kentucky Conference First Team... First Team All-Leaf Chronicle... 2009 Defensive MVP... Led team to District, Region and State �tles in 2008 and 2009... Two�me State Champions (2008, 2009) in track and 2007 State Champions in wrestling... 2008 Stats: 77 tackles, 6 intercep�ons with two returned for TD; 3 forced fumbles; 2009 Stats: 29 rushes, 390 yards; 16 recep�ons, 321 yards; 9 total touchdowns; 3 kickoff returns; 94 solo tackles, 51 assists, one intercep�on, 3 forced fumbles... Personal: Full name is Darien Nicholas Crank... Born March 5, 1992 in Perth Amboy, N.J... Son of Schresse and Arthur Carter... Siblings: Jahmera Turnange (18), Chanelle Crank (18), GemMecca Carter (14)... Cousin, Tyquan Dean played basketball at the University of Louisville... Favorite book: “The Well”; Favorite midnight snack: Ice cream, honey buns; Favorite movie: “Soul Men”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Fabolus, Jay-Z, Drake, Chris Brown; Favorite sports teams: Oakland Raiders, New York Giants, Bal�more Ravens, New York Yankees; Favorite athlete: Lebron James; Most thrilling moment in sports: Winning five State high school �tles; Favorite color: Yellow; Advice to kids: “Stay focused”; Favorite food: Banana pudding; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; Most famous person Darien has ever met: Darrell Green; Two words to describe the way Darien plays football: Physical, smart; What people don’t know about Darien: He cuts his own hair.

2011 Tusculum Football -- 19


MEET

55

DAVID DAVIS 6-4

OFFENSIVE LINE

290

So.

McEwen, Tenn. • The Ensworth School Accounting

41

JOSH DAVIS 6-2

230

So.

Atlanta, Ga. • South Atlanta HS Sports Science 2010: Played in five games against Charleston (Aug. 28), Western Carolina (Sept. 11), Mars Hill (Oct. 2), Newberry (Oct. 9) and Wingate (Oct. 16)... Posted a season-best three tackles against Wingate, including a pair of quarterback hurries... Tallied a tackle each against Charleston, Western Carolina and Newberry... Tackle vs. Newberry was a sack which caused a fumble and recovered, se�ng up a Tusculum field goal... Also recovered a fumble at Mars Hill... High School... High School: Graduated from South Atlanta (Ga.) HS... Personal: Full name is Joshua Harrison Davis... Born Aug. 26, 1992 in Atlanta, Ga... Nicknames: “Josh”, “J.D.”... Son of Bobby and Michelle Davis... Sister - Shan�na Davis (26); Brother - Zachary Davis (5)... Majoring in Sports Science... Plans to work on his master’s degree in Biology and become a physical therapist... Ac�vi�es include: play basketball and video games... Community service: Ne�e Day, Earth Day clean-up, community outreach program... Favorite book: “Monster”; Favorite class at Tusculum: Environmental Science; Favorite midnight snack: Hot Pocket; Favorite movie: “Scarface”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Wiz Khalifa, Gucci Mane, Lil’ Wayne, Game, Tyga, Young Dro, Twista, Young Jeezy; Favorite sports teams: Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta Hawks; How Josh gets ready for a game: Listens to music and focus on his job; Josh can’t imagine a week without: His phone; Least favorite food: Black Eyed Peas; Favorite athlete: Ray Lewis; Most thrilling moment in sports: Green Bayy Packers winning the Super Bowl; Favorite Tusculum sports moment: Sack and fumble recovery against Newberry in 2010; Favorite color: Red; Favorite food: Shrimp; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; People Josh admires most: His parents; Most famous person Josh has ever met: Terrell Owens; Two words to describe the way Josh plays football: Aggressive, fast; When he was a kid, Josh tried to be like: Kobe Bryant.

Year 2010 Totals

GP 5 5

JOSH DAVIS’ CAREER STATISTICS UA 4 4

A TOT 2 6 2 6

TFL-Yds 1-12 1-12

Sk-Yds 1-12 1-12

INT-Yds 0-0 0-0

20 - 2011 Tusculum Football

TD 0 0

PD 0 0

PIONEERS

12

KYLE DICKEY 6-3

QUARTERBACK

205 RFr.

McDonough, Ga. • Luella HS Sports Science

2010: Appeared in three contests, seeing ac�on against Charleston (Aug. 28), Newberry (Oct. 9) and Brevard (Oct. 30)... 2009: Redshirted: High School: Graduated from The Ensworth School in Nashville, Tenn... Coached by Ricky Bowers... Le�ered in football and track... 2008 All-State selec�on... Played in the East vs. West All-Star Game... Led prep team to District championship... Personal: Full name is David Christopher Davis... Born Feb. 18, 1990 in Nashville, Tenn... Son of Chris and Daphne Davis... Brother - Daniel (15); Sister - Eran (14)... His father played football at Murray State (1987-88)... His uncle, Charlie Wiles, played football at Murray State (1984-88)... Majoring in Accoun�ng... Hobbies include hun�ng and fishing... Career goals: Become a teacher and a coach following gradua�on; Favorite midnight snack: Pizza; Favorite sports team: Atlanta Braves; How David gets ready for a game: Listens to music; David can’t imagine a week without: His iPod; Advice to kids: “Don’t quit anything you start”; Favorite color: Orange; Favorite food: Mexican; Favorite sport other than football: Baseball; Person David admires the most: His father; Shoe size: 13.

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FF 1 1

FR-Yds 2-0 2-0

Blk 0 0

2010: Redshirted... High School: Graduated from Luella HS in Locust Grove, Ga... Coached by Paul Burgdorf... Le�ered in football and baseball... Played in the 2010 Southern Crescent North-South All-Star Game... 2009 All-Southern Crescent Second Team (QB)... 2008 All-Region... 2AAAAA-First Team (QB); 2009 Preseason All-State selec�on... 2009 Coca-Cola Golden Helmet Award recipient... 2008 LHS Offensive Player Award... 2009 LHS team captain... Led team to 2008 State Playoffs, first in school history... Set school records for most wins by a starting QB (15); most passing yards in season (1,956 yds.); most TD passes in a season (20) and in a game (5); Career Stats: 3,500 passing yards, 35 TDs... Personal: Full name is Kyle Lewis Dickey... Born April 18, 1992 in McDonough, Ga... Son of Hobert and Susan Dickey... Siblings - Kristen Dickey (20), Lauren Dickey (21)... Majoring in Sports Science... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Hobbies listed include: pick-up basketball and xBox... Favorite book: The Bible; Favorite class at Tusculum: Psychology; Favorite midnight snack: Cinnamon Toast Cruch; Favorite movie: “The Other Guys”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Eminem; Favorite saying by Coach DeBusk: “The team that makes the fewest mistakes, wins”; Favorite song: “No Love”; Favorite sports teams: Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons, Georgia Bulldogs; Favorite athlete: Michael Vick; Least favorite food: Green beans; Most thrilling moment in sports: 70-yard TD pass with under two minutes le� to beat No. 10 Stephenson HS; Favorite Tusculum moment: Scoring on a long TD run in the Red Hat Super Bowl; Advice to kids: “Never give up”; Favorite color: Blue; Favorite food: Steak; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; Person Kyle most admires: Tim Tebow; Most famous person Kyle has ever met: Terrell Owens; Best thing about Kyle: His an�cipa�on; Most important thing Kyle has learned at Tusculum: Always take his football to prac�ce; Toughest player Kyle has played against: Telvin Smith (Florida State); When he was a kid, Kyle tried to be like: Chipper Jones.

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JOHNATHAN DILIBERTO WIDE RECEIVER

5-10

195 RFr.

Lexington, Ky. • Tates Creek HS Sports Science 2010: Redshirt... High School: Graduated from Tates Creek HS in Lexington, Ky... Coached by Mike Harmon... 2008 Most Valuable Defensive Back... Western Hills strongman compe��on (151-180 lb - 1st place in 2009)... 2010 State track meet 100m dash - 5th place; 2010 State track meet - 4 x 100m - 2nd place... Personal: Full name is Johnathan Cye Diliberto... Born Dec. 19, 1990 in Lexington, Ky... Son of Jay Treadway (stepfather) and Julie Brock... Siblings - Chris Brock, Tyler Diliberto and Alisha Brock... Majoring in Sports Science... Favorite midnight snacks: Hot Cheetos, Sour Patch Kids, Pizza Lunchables; Favorite musical ar�sts: Lil’ Wayne, Eminem; Advice to kids: “Follow your dreams”; Favorite color: Blue; Favorite foods: Hot chicken wings, mashed potatoes; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; Person Johnathan most admires: His mother.

84

ABRAM EDWARDS WIDE RECEIVER

6-1

185 RFr.

Smithville, Tenn. • DeKalb County HS English: Creative Writing 2010 Redshirt... High School: Graduated from DeKalb County HS in Smithville, Tenn... Coached 2010: by Steve Trapp... Le�ered in football and basketball... 3A All-State in 2008 and 2009... 2009 Preseason Academic All-State (3A)... Two-�me Upper Cumberland Best Receiver Award (2008, 2009)... Led team to back-to-back State Playoff (2nd Round) appearances... Holds every receiving record at DeKalb HS... 2008 Stats: 44 recep�ons, 1,044 yards, 9 TD; 2009 Stats: 76 recep�ons, 1,376 yards, 12 TD; Top 5 in career receiving sta�s�cs for the State of Tennessee... Personal: Full name is Abraham Keith Edwards... Born June 26, 1992 in St. Cloud, Fla... see. Nickname: “Abe”... Son of Tena Edwards and the late Clay Edwards... Sister - Sarah Edwards (15)... Majoring in English: Crea�ve Wri�ng... Theater minor... Plans to a�end massage therapy school following gradua�on... Favorite book: The Bible; Favorite class at Tusculum: English; Favorite midnight snack: Zebra cakes; Favorite movie: “Lonesome Dove”; Favorite saying by Coach DeBusk: “Live and in color!”; Favorite song: “Grace that is Greater” by Building 429; Favorite sports teams: Florida Gators, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; How Abram gets ready for a game: Prays; Least favorite food: Anything with a coconut flavor; Abram is as good as anyone at: Writing; Favorite athlete: Tim Tebow; Most thrilling moment in sports: Opening kickoff of a Super Bowl; Advice to kids: “Be a friend to everyone no ma�er who they are”; Favorite color: Green; Favorite food: Cheeseburgers; Favorite sport other than football: Golf; Person Abram admires most: His father; Best thing about Abram: He’s an honest person; Toughest player Abram has ever played against: His conscience - the ba�le within yourself is o�en the toughest; When he was a kid, Abram tried to be like: Lebron James; If Abram won $1 million, he would: Pay for college; What people don’t know about Abram: He loves poetry.


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RAPHEL FINLEY LINEBACKER

5-10

220

Jr.

Las Vegas, Nev. • College of the Desert • Bishop Gorman HS Athletic Training College of the Desert: 2010: Played two seasons at the Palm Desert, Calif. college... Coached by Dean Dowty... Led the Roadrunners with 67 tackles, including 12 for loss (-51 yds.) and five sacks... Also posted two pass break-ups, recovered two fumbles and forced a pair... 2009: Tallied 24 tackles, including 13 solo stops in his first JUCO season... Two TFL... High School: Graduated from Bishop Gorman HS in Las Vegas, Nev... Coached by Bob Altshuler... All-State First Team... All-Sunset Conference... Defensive MVP... Personal: Full name is Raphel Carson Finley... Born Feb. 6, 1991 in Las Vegas, Nev... Nicknames: “Ralph”, “Finn”... Majoring in Athle�c Training... Cousin - DeAngelo Wilkinson played football at Colorado State (2006-2010); Cousin - Timothy Wilkinson, II - Plays football at Northern Arizona (2010-present)... Favorite sports team: Los Angeles Lakers; How Raphel gets ready for a game: Listens to loud music; Favorite athlete: Kobe Bryant; Favorite color: Red; Person Raphel admires most: His mother; Best thing about Raphel: His op�mism; Two words to describe the way Raphel plays football: fast, smart.

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MARCUS FOSTER RUNNING BACK

5-7

180

Sr.

Siloam, Ga. • Greene County HS Sport Management 2011: Enters his final collegiate campaign second all-�me in kickoff return yards (1044), third in kickoff returns (45), fi�h in kickoff return average (23.20 ypr) and fi�h in all-purpose yards (2570)... Pioneer Elite... 2010: Did not play... 2009: All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team... Led the team with 1,428 all-purpose yards (2nd in TC history)... Finished third on the team with 54 recep�ons and fourth with 554 receiving yards and five touchdowns... Led TC with 176 rushing yards, while accoun�ng for 32 kickoff returns for 698 yards (both 2nd in TC history)... Tallied a career-best 249 all-purpose yards (37 rush, 80 receiving, 132 kickoff return) at Elizabeth City State (Sep. 12), which is second-most in a TC single-game... His 25 all-purpose a�empts at ECSU are �ed for ninth in TC history... Hauled in a 77-yard TD catch at Urbana (Sep. 19) for the eighth longest pass play in school history... Tallied 11 recep�ons for 80 yards at ECSU... Posted a career-best 160 kickoff return yards (2nd in TC history) at CarsonNewman (Nov. 7)... Recorded 201 all-purpose yards (36 rush, 83 rec., 82 ko ret.) at Newberry (Oct. 24)... Finished the season with three straight games of over 100 all-purpose yards... 2008: All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team... Second leading rusher on the team with 368 yards on 88 carries, including four touchdowns... Sixth on the team in recep�ons (22) and receiving yards (203)... Led the team in kickoff return average (26.1 ypr)... Garnered 10 starts... Averaged 86.3 all-purpose yards per game (9th in SAC)... Missed the final three games of the regular season due to an injury suffered at Catawba (Oct. 18)... Recorded 193 all-purpose yards in road win at Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 4)... Rushed for a career-best 96 yards on 20 carries, including two TD runs... Also returned four kickoffs for 88 yards... Returned to the star�ng line-up in the NCAA Playoff opener against Albany State (Nov. 15)... Tallied 50 rushing yards on a dozen carries... Added a career-best four recep�ons for 41 yards... Pioneer Elite... 2007: Finished fourth on the team with 204 rushing yards on 38 carries… Played in eight games… Lone TD came on a 64-yard run against Saint Paul’s (Sept. 15)… Accounted for three catches for 16 yards… Posted kickoff returns of 31 and 28 yards at No. 11 Carson-Newman (Nov. 10)… Made a season-best 11 carries for 48 yards against Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 6)… Added 49 rushing yards on seven a�empts at Brevard (Oct. 13)… Had a season-best two tackles vs. No. 7 Catawba (Oct. 20)… Finished with seven tackles on the year… High School: Graduated from Greene County HS in Greensboro, Ga… Coached by Larry Milligan… Earned All-State First Team honors in 2006 and Second Team All-State in 2005… Two-�me recipient of the Most Improved Award (2004, 2005)… 2006 Offensive Back of the Year… 2005 Comeback Player of the Year… Team won back-to-back region �tles (2005, 2006)… GCHS advanced to the State semifinals… Personal: Full name is Marcus Reshawn Foster… Born Jan. 21, 1988 in Atlanta, Ga… Nickname: “Marc”… Son of Natalie Smith, and Jim & Kris�e Carpenter… Has two siblings – Artavious Slaughter and Stephanie Foster… Majoring in Sport Management... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Plans to join the Navy following gradua�on... Ac�vi�es include: cycling and hiking... Community service includes Adopt-a-Highway program... Favorite book: “Blind Side”; Favorite class at Tusculum: Sports Marke�ng; Favorite midnight snack: Oreos; Favorite movie: “The Woods”; Favorite musical ar�st: Young Jeezy; Favorite saying by Coach DeBusk: “Be special”; Favorite song: “We winnin’” by Future; Favorite sports teams: Los Angeles Lakers, Atlanta Falcons; Marcus is as good as anyone at: Cycling; Least favorite food: Brocolli; Favorite athlete: Kobe Bryant; Most thrilling moment in sports: Scoring a TD on his first collegiate carry against Saint Paul’s; Advice to kids: “Be whatever you want to be”; Favorite color: Blue; Favorite foods: French fries, Kris�e’s Famous Grill Cheese; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; Person Marcus most admires: His mentor, Jim Carpenter; Most famous person Marcus has ever met: Peyton Manning; Best thing about Marcus: He loves to make people smile; When he was a kid, Marcus tried to be like: Barry Sanders; If Marcus won $1 million, he would: Invest and help build up his community for kids.

MARCUS FOSTER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

GP 8 10 10 28

Year 2007 2008 2009 Totals

GP 8 10 10 28

Rushing A� Yds 38 204 88 368 73 176 199 748 Punt Returns No. Yds. 0 0 1 5 0 0 1 5

Avg 5.4 4.2 2.4 3.8

TD 1 4 0 5

Lng 64 22 26 64

Rec 3 22 54 79

Avg 0.0 5.0 0.0 5.0

TD 0 0 0 0

Lng 5 5

No. 2 11 32 45

Receiving Yds Avg TD 16 5.3 0 203 9.2 0 554 10.3 5 773 9.8 5 Kickoff Returns Yds Avg TD 59 29.5 0 287 26.1 0 698 21.8 0 1044 23.2 0

Lng 31 45 65 65

87

VIRGIL FRIPP WIDE RECEIVER

Lng 7 19 77 77

5-9

160 RFr.

Miami, Fla. • Jackson Senior HS Sport Management High School: Graduated from Miami (Fla.) Jackson Senior HS... Coached by Nigel Dunn and Antonio Brown... Le�ered in football and recipient of the Academic Award... Personal: Full name is Virgil Jevon Fripp, Jr... Born Nov. 9, 1991 in Miami, Fla... Son of Virgil Fripp, Sr. and grandson of Luther Cochran... Has six brothers and sisters - Brothers: Corvon (17), Luther (13), Nigel (3); Sisters: Jevon (17), Alexis (14), Ciara (4)... Majoring in Sport Management... Plans to start a business following gradua�on... Favorite book: “Harry Po�er”; Favorite midnight snack: Pineapples; Favorite movies: “Bad Boys” and “Bad Boys II”; Favorite musical ar�st: Lil’ Wayne; Favorite song: “S�ll”; Favorite athlete: Antonio Brown; Favorite color: Red; Favorite food: Seafood; Favorite sports other than football: Basketball, track; Person Virgil admires most: His grandfather; Most famous person Virgil has ever met: Chad Ochocinco.

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DEONTE’ GIST WIDE RECEIVER

5-9

175

Sr.

Wellford, S.C. • Byrnes HS Sports Science 2011: Lindy’s Sports Magazine Preseason All-America First Team... Consensus Dra� Services All-America Honorable Men�on... Preseason All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team... Enters his senior campaign with 2,732 all-purpose yards, which are the fourth most in TC history... Also ranked third in career kickoff return average (24.38 ypr), fi�h in kickoff return yards (975), sixth in kickoff returns (40), seventh in recep�ons (126), seventh in touchdown recep�ons (12), eighth in receiving yards (1640) and 10th in yards per recep�on average (13.02 ypr)... His eight career games of 100+ receiving yards are �ed for the most in TC history... 2010: Daktronics Division II All-America Second Team... Football Gaze�e All-America Honorable Men�on... Daktronics All-Super Region Two First Team... Football Gaze�e All-Region First Team... All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team... Accounted for one of the greatest seasons for a receiver in SAC history... Tallied 1,183 receiving yards for a new school record and the fourth most in SAC history... Established school records with his 96 recep�ons and 1,713 all-purpose yards... His 154.64 all-purpose yards per game average was 15th in the na�on... Averaged a league-best 107.55 receiving yards per game, which was 16th in the na�on... His 8.73 recep�ons per contest were tops in the SAC and fourth in the country... Tallied 10 or more catches in five games and posted over 100 receiving yards in seven of his 11 contests... Established a school singlegame record with 279 all-purpose yards at Catawba (Nov. 6), including a 79-yard kickoff return for a touchdown... Finished the season with nine touchdowns, including eight TD catches... 2009: Established a new school single-season record averaging 29.6 yards per kickoff return (13 ret., 385 yds.)... Played in nine games where he hauled in 17 recep�ons for 276 yards and three touchdown catches... Recorded a 91-yard kickoff return for a TD at No. 14 Carson-Newman (Nov. 7)... It was the fourth longest return in school history... His 156 yards on three returns at CarsonNewman are the third most in TC history... Hauled in six catches for 110 yards and two TDs against Catawba (Oct. 17)... His longest career recep�on came against Catawba as he hauled in a 63-yard TD strike... Tallied three catches for 70 yards at Urbana (Sept. 19), including a 49-yard TD... Accounted for a 74-yard kickoff return against Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 3)... 2008: Played in 11 games, including a pair of starts... Recorded 13 recep�ons for 181 yards and a TD... Posted three catches for 30 yards in season-opening win over Charleston (Aug. 30)... Scored on a nine-yard TD pass against the Golden Eagles... Recorded two grabs for 68 yards against Elizabeth City State (Sept. 13), including a season-long 37-yard recep�on... Tallied three catches at Catawba (Oct. 18) for 47 yards... Also shined on the kickoff return team, averaging 17.6 ypr... Accounted for 122 all-purpose yards against Catawba, including 75 on kickoff returns... Had a season-long 43-yard return against the Catawba Indians... 2007: Redshirt… High School: A�ended James F. Byrnes HS in Duncan, S.C… 2006 All-Region standout… Named Most Valuable Running Back… Member of four State �tle teams (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006)… Rushed for 839 yards, while also pos�ng 551 receiving yards… Scored 14 touchdowns in his senior campaign… Personal: Full name is Deonte’ Christopher Gist… Born Apr. 11, 1989 in Spartanburg, S.C… Nickname: “Red”... Son of Michelle Gist… Has two siblings – Ariana, Miaka and Alya… Majoring in Sports Science... Community service includes: Boys & Girls Club volunteer, cemetary clean-up, soup kitchen volunteer, Adopt-a-Highway program and Lunch Buddies program... Favorite class at Tusculum: Motor Learning; Favorite midnight

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MEET snack: So� Batch Chocolate Chip Cookies and milk or Drums�ck Ice Cream; Favorite movie: “Ong Bak”… Musical ar�sts: Lil’ Wayne, J. Cole and Wale; Favorite song: “John” by Lil’ Wayne �. Rick Ross; Favorite saying by Coach DeBusk: “Got to grow up to blow up”; Favorite sports team: Pi�sburgh Steelers; Deonte’ can’t imagine a week without: Ice cream; Favorite athlete: Hines Ward; Most impressive person Deonte’ has met: His mother; Advice to kids: “Push yourself and never give up no ma�er how many �mes someone tells you, you can’t, because nothing is impossible”; Favorite colors: Red, black; Person Deonte’ most admires: His mother, for everything she has done; Shoe size: 10 1/2; Most famous person Deonte’ has ever met: Steve Spurrier; Two words to describe the way Deonte’ plays football: Determined, quick; When he was kid, he tried to be like: Barry Sanders; What people don’t know about Deonte’: He can ride a unicycle; When people first meet Deonte’, they think: He’s shy; Toughest player Deonte’ has ever played against: Will Korn.

DEONTE’ GIST’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

GP 11 9 11 31

Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

GP 11 9 11 31

Rushing A� Yds 4 26 2 10 5 27 11 63 Punt Returns No. Yds. 0 0 0 0 6 54 6 54

Avg 6.5 5.0 5.4 5.7

TD 0 0 0 0

Lng 29 16 15 29

Rec 13 17 96 126

Avg 0.0 0.0 9.0 9.0

TD 0 0 0 0

Lng 28 28

No. 8 13 19 40

Lng 37 63 60 63

5-10

175

So.

2010: Played in seven contests where he accounted for five solo takles... Posted a pair of stops in road win at Catawba (Nov. 6)... Tallied a tackle each againt Newberry (Oct. 9), Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 23) and Carson-Newman (Nov. 13)... Also saw ac�on against Mars Hill (Oct. 2) and Brevard (Oct. 30)... High School: Played his prep career at West HS in Knoxville, Tenn... Full name is Stephen K. Gyebison.

STEPHEN GYEBISON’S CAREER STATISTICS GP 7 7

UA 5 5

A TOT 0 5 0 5

TFL-Yds 0-0 0-0

Sk-Yds 0-0 0-0

INT-Yds 0-0 0-0

TD 0 0

PD 0 0

FF 0 0

FR-Yds 0-0 0-0

Blk 0 0

7

LUKE HARRIS DEFENSIVE BACK

6-1

195

Jr.

Floyd, Va. • Floyd County HS Biology (Pre-Medicine) 2010: Finished second on the team with 60 tackles, including 32 solo hits... Seven tackles for loss (-9 yds.) and a sack... Tied for the team lead with two intercep�ons... Also had two pass break-ups... Posted 10 tackles in road win at Western Carolina (Sep. 11), including seven solo stops... Recorded eight tackles in season-opening victory over Charleston (Aug. 28), including three hits behind the line of scrimmage... Added eight stops against Brevard (Oct. 30), followed by six tackles at Catawba (Nov. 6)... Intercep�ons came against Newberry (Oct. 9) and Catawba... Lone sack came in road win at Findlay (Sep. 4), along with two TFL... Broke up a pair of passes against Charleston... 2009: Played in eight contests where he recorded 10 tackles... Posted five tackles, including four solo hits at No. 14 Carson-Newman (Nov. 7)... Accounted for two tackles at Brevard (Oct. 10)... Posted a tackle each against Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 3), Newberry (Oct. 24) and Mars Hill (Oct. 31)... In the Tusculum spring game, Harris returned a fumble 25 yards for a TD... High School: Graduated from Floyd County HS in Floyd, Va... Coached by Winfred Beale... Lettered four years in football and baseball, and three years in track... Two-�me Three Rivers District Offensive Player of the Year (2007, 2008)... VHSL Group A State Player of the Year... Two-�me First Team AllState (2007, 2008) at quarterback and defensive back... Region C Offensive Player of the Year... Region C First Team (QB & DB) Three-�me All-District (QB & DB) in 2006, 2007, 2008... Red Zone Player of the Year (2007, 2008)... WDBJ-7 Player of the Week... News Channel 10 Player of the week... Roanoke Times Offensive Player of the Year... Led Floyd County to 2008 Three Rivers District �tle, Region C championship and Group A State runner-up with a 13-1 overall record... Established a Virginia State record with 27 comple�ons in state championship game... Career Stats: 6,444 passing yards, 3,168 rushing yards, 24 TD passes and 22 rushing TD... Broke mul�ple high school records, including 294 career tackles and 11 career intercep�ons... Personal: Full name is Christopher Luke Harris... Born Aug. 16, 1991 in Salem, Va... Son of Wayne and Melinda Harris... Siblings - Ben Seales (32), Jessica Hughe�

22 - 2011 Tusculum Football

Year 2009 2010 Totals

GP 8 11 19

UA A TOT 7 3 10 32 28 60 39 31 70

TFL-Yds 1-2 7-9 8-11

Sk-Yds 0-0 1-4 1-4

INT-Yds 0-0 2-0 2-0

TD 0 0 0

PD 0 2 2

FF 0 0 0

FR-Yds 0-0 0-0 0-0

Blk 0 0 0

60

DAMEON HERRING

Lng 43 91 79 91

Knoxville, Tenn. • West HS Film & Broadcasting

Year 2010 Totals

(29), Brandon Harris (18)... Brother, Brandon is playing football at Emory & Henry... Majoring in Biology (Pre-Medicine)... Plans to a�end graduate school following Tusculum... Hobbies and ac�vi�es listed include: fishing, hun�ng, sports, four-wheeling and cars... Community service includes working with the Greeneville Rescue Squad... Favorite sports teams: Indianapolis Colts, Atlanta Braves; Favorite athletes: Brian Dawkins, Peyton Manning; Most thrilling moment in sports: Winning a state high school championship... Favorite color: Green; Favorite food: Surf & Turf; Person Luke most admires: His father; Favorite sport other than football: Baseball; Shoe size: 10 1/2; Most famous people Luke has ever met: Tiki and Rhonde Barber; Best thing about Luke: He’s humble; Most important thing Luke has learned at Tusculum: How to study; The thing Luke admires most about Coach DeBusk: He’s genuine; Toughest part of being a student-athlete: Stay�ng focused; Two words to describe the way Luke plays football: Full speed; When he was a kid, Luke tried to be like: His father; When people first meet Luke, they think: He doesn’t talk much.

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DEFENSIVE BACK

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LUKE HARRIS’ CAREER STATISTICS

Receiving Yds Avg TD 181 13.9 1 276 16.2 3 1183 12.3 8 1640 13.0 12 Kickoff Returns Yds Avg TD 141 17.6 0 385 29.6 1 449 23.6 1 975 24.4 2

STEPHEN GYEBISON

THE

305

So.

Stockbridge, Ga. • Martin Luther King, Jr. HS Film & Broadcasting 2010: Played in seven games... Accounted for 15 tackles, including three for loss (-4 yds.) and one sack... Posted a season-high six tackles against Carson-Newman (Nov. 13)... Made solo tackles at Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 23) and three more against Brevard (Oct. 30), including two for loss and a sack... Tallied a stop each against Charleston (Aug. 28) and Mars Hill (Oct. 2)... High School: Graduated from Mar�n Luther King, Jr. HS in Atlanta, Ga... Coached by Corey Jarvis... Le�ered in football three years and one year each in soccer and track & field... 2010 DeKalb All-Star... All-Conference First Team (2008, 2009) and All-County First Team (2008, 2009)... 2010 City Metro All-Star... Four-�me Defensive Lineman of the Year (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009)... 2010 Stats: 67 tackles, 24 TFL (led county), 5 sacks, 5 blocked punts... Personal: Full name is Dameon Franz Herring... Born Aug. 5, 1992 in Atlanta, Ga... Son of Sheldon and Jennifer Herring... Siblings - Darreon (17), Des�ny ( 12), Dominique (20)... Majoring in Film & Broadcasting... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Plans to work with ESPN or the Atlanta Joural Cons�tu�on... Favorite book: “Green Eggs and Ham”; Favorite class at Tusculum: English 110; Favorite midnight snack: Cereal; Favorite movies: “Friday” and “Bad Boys II”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Gucci Mane, Rich Kidz, J. Cole, Lil’ Wayne; Favorite song: “100 Dollar Autograph” by Rich Kidz; Favorite sports teams: Boston Cel�cs, Atlanta Falcons; Dameon can’t imagine a week without: Talking to his mother and father; Least favorite food: Chicken livers; Favorite athlete: Darreon Herring at Stephenson HS; Favorite Tusculum moment: First tackle at TC against Charleston (W.Va.); Advice to kids: “Live above the influence”; Favorite color: Red; Favorite food: Chicken fingers; Favorite sport other than football: Soccer; People Dameon admires most: His parents; Most famous person Dameon has ever met: Terrell Owens; When he was a kid, Dameon tried to be like: His father.

DAMEON HERRING’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

GP 7 7

UA 7 7

A TOT 8 15 8 15

TFL-Yds 3-4 3-4

Sk-Yds 1-2 1-2

INT-Yds 0-0 0-0

TD 0 0

PD 0 0

FF 0 0

FR-Yds 0-0 0-0

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RAMSEY IAPALA LINEBACKER

Blk 0 0

6-1

255

Jr.

San Diego, Calif. • Southwestern CC • Sweetwater HS Undeclared 2011: Pioneer Elite... His bench max of 410 pounds is the best on the team... Southwestern CC: Played at the Chula Vista, Calif. school... Coached by Ed Carberry... Region V All-California First Team... Southern California Football Associa�on Central Division All-East Conference First Team (unanimous selec�on)... Played in the JUCO All-America Game in Arizona... Named Defensive Player of the Game against San Diego Mesa... Played in 10 games where he posted 92 tackles (17th in CCCAA), 14.5 TFL (20th in CCCAA), 2.5 sacks, 3 intercep�ons (37 yds.), 4 pass break-ups and a forced fumble... High School: Played his prep career at Sweetwater HS.


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FRED JONES 5-7

RUNNING BACK

185

Sr.

FRED JONES’ CAREER STATISTICS GP 11 6 6 23

Avg 4.3 3.8 5.0 4.6

TD 2 0 2 4

Lng 12 6 18 18

Rec 1 0 14 15

165

Sr.

Duncan, S.C. • Byrnes HS Business

2011: Pioneer Elite... 2010: Played in six games in a season that was shortened due to injury... Team’s No. 2 rusher with 140 yards on 28 carries (5.0 ypc)... Rushed for 65 yards on 13 attempts at Catawba (Nov. 6)... First game back from injury, ran for 21 yards on five carries, including a pair of touchdowns at Wingate (Oct. 16)... Posted five recep�ons for 37 yards at Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 23)... Followed with five catches for 17 yards against Brevard (Oct. 30)... 2009: Saw ac�on in six contests... Recorded four rushes for 15 yards averaging 3.8 yards per carry... Posted his longest run of six yards against Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 3)... Pioneer Elite... 2008: Played in 11 games in the Tusculum backfield... Averaged 4.3 yards per rush... Finished the season with 77 rushing yards on 18 carries and two touchdowns... First collegiate TD came in road win at Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 4)... Followed that with 29 yards on five carries against Brevard, including a 12-yard TD run... His only recep�on came on a 16-yard comple�on at Mars Hill (Nov. 1)... Pioneer Elite... 2007: Redshirted... High School: A�ended Greenbrier HS in Evans, Ga… Coached by Sco� Chadwick… Also le�ered in football, basketball, baseball and track… 2007 First Team All-Conference and All-Region 3AAAA… Second Team All-Area selec�on… Rushed for 1,111 yards and 11 touchdowns in his senior year… Also posted 23 recep�ons for 270 yards and two TD… 2006 Columbia County Player of the Year… 2006 Team MVP and Offensive Player of the Year… Member of State and Region Championship baseball team at Greenbrier… Track team won the Region �tle twice (2004, 2005)… Personal: Full name is Fred Lee Jones, Jr… Born July 9, 1988 in Augusta, Ga… Nickname: “Prime�me”... Son of Fred Jones, Sr. and Becky & Charles Brickhouse… Siblings: Latonya Jones-Johnson (26), Shad Harris (23)... Majoring in Educa�on (K-12)… Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Plans to be a high school teacher and football coach following gradua�on… Ac�vi�es include: video games, basketball and baseball... Community service includes Lunch Buddies Program and Adopt-a-Highway… Favorite midnight snack: Ramen Noodles; Favorite musical ar�sts: Earth, Wind and Fire, Lil’ Wayne, Serg the Rapper... Favorite Movies: “Coming to America”, “Life”, Harlem Nights”; Favorite song: “L’Roy”; Favorite sports teams: Tusculum Pioneers, Kansas Jayhawks, Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Mavericks, Boston Red Sox, Texas Longhorns; Fred can’t imagine a week without: His cell phone and hot sauce; Least favorite food: Sushi; Advice for kids: “Listen to your parents”; Favorite foods: Cube steak with gravy, collard greens and hot sauce; Favorite sport other than football: Baseball; Person Fred most admires: His mother; Shoe Size: 12; Best thing about Fred: His personality; Most famous person Fred has ever met: Terrell Owens; When he was a kid, Fred tried to be like: His big sister; Most thrilling moment in sports: Tusculum winning the 2008 SAC Championship.

Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

5-9

DEFENSIVE BACK

Appling, Ga. • Greenbrier HS Education

Rushing A� Yds 18 77 4 15 28 140 50 232

2

TJ JONES

Receiving Yds Avg 16 16.0 0 0.0 70 5.0 86 5.7

Lng 16 11 16

16

MYKELLE JONES WIDE RECEIVER

TD 0 0 0 0

5-11

190 RFr.

Spartanburg, S.C. • Spartanburg HS Business 2010: Redshirt... High School: Graduated from Spartanburg (S.C.) HS... Coached by Freddie Brown... Personal: Full name is Mykelle Anthony Jones... Born Oct. 28, 1991 in Spartanburg, S.C... Son of Mike and Rebecca Jones... Brothers - Mike Jones and Kodi Davis; Sisters - Sha’quilla and Ta’quilla Thomas... Majoring in Business... Favorite book: “One Tree”; Favorite class at Tusculum: Computer as a Tool; Favorite midnight snack: Cereal; Favorite musical ar�st: Future; Favorite song: “I’m on One” by Drake Wayne and Ross; Mykelle can’t imagine a week without: His cell phone; Most thrilling moment in sports: Scoring the game winning TD against his rival team during his senior season; Advice to kids: “Stay in school; a higher educa�on is the best thing out there”; Favorite color: Green; Favorite food: Pizza; Favorite sports other than football: Tennis, basketball, gymnas�cs, baseball; People Mykelle admires most: God, his father, mother and brother; Toughest opponent Mykelle has ever played against: Marcus La�more; What people don’t know about Mykelle: He can sing.

2011: Pioneer Elite... 2010: Played in 11 games where he accounted for 23 tackles, including one for loss... Tallied eight tackles against Newberry (Oct. 9)... Recorded his lone intercep�on in season-opening win over Charleston (Aug. 28)... Also added three solo tackles against Charleston... Followed with three stops at Findlay (Sep. 4)... Made two hits each against Mars Hill (Oct. 2), Wingate (Oct. 16) and Catawba (Nov. 6)... Forced a fumble against Newberry (Oct. 9)... Broke up three passes vs. Urbana (Sep. 18)... 2009: Started in all 10 games for the Pioneers... Finished the year with 22 tackles, including 14 solo stops and a team-best six passes defended... Posted a seson-high four tackles on four occasions, including Elizabeth City State (Sept. 12), Urbana (Sept. 19) and Mars Hill (Oct. 31)... Made three solo hits each against ECSU and Mars Hill... Tallied three tackles at Brevard (Oct. 10)... Forced a fumble against Wingate (Sept. 24)... Broke up two passes each against Wingate and Newberry (Oct. 24)... Accounted for a tackle for loss against Catawba (Oct. 17)... Pioneer Elite... 2008: Played in all 13 games, including four starts... Recorded 28 tackles, including 15 solo stops and eight passes defended... Posted six tackles and a pair of intercep�ons in victory over Newberry (Oct. 25)... Tallied five solo stops in NCAA Playoff game at No. 4 Delta State (Nov. 22)... Recovered a fumble and posted two tackles against Brevard (Oct. 11)... Made two tackles in NCAA Playoff win over Albany State (Nov. 15)... Returned a kickoff for 12 yards against Elizabeth City State (Sept. 13)... Pioneer Elite... 2007: Redshirt… High School: Graduated from James F. Byrnes HS in Duncan, S.C… Coached by Bobby Bentley and Mike Schrock… Le�ered in football three years… Posted 14 intercep�ons in his last two seasons, tallying seven each in 2005 and 2006… Member of three State Championship teams… Personal: Full name is Tamajai Rashad Jones… Born June 12, 1989 in Spartanburg, S.C… Son of Robbie Jones (mother)… Majoring in Accoun�ng… Favorite book: The Greatest – Ali; Favorite class at Tusculum: Physical Educa�on 260; Favorite midnight snack: Captain Crunch cereal; Favorite movie: “Paid in Full”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Jay-Z, Lil’ Wayne, Jeezy; Favorite sports team: North Carolina Tar Heels (basketball); TJ can’t imagine a week without: His cell phone; TJ is as good as anyone at: Making people laugh; Least favorite food: Anything green; Most impressive person TJ has ever met: High school football coach Mike Shrock; Advice to kids: “Do your work”; Favorite color: Orange; Favorite food: Captain Crunch; Favorite sport other than football: Track; Person TJ most admires: His mother; Shoe size: 9; Best advice TJ has ever been given: “Be the Best”; Most important thing TJ has learned at Tusculum: Manage money; Two words to describe the way TJ plays football: Fast, aggressive; When he was a kid, TJ tried to be like: Deion Sanders.

TJ JONES’ CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

GP 13 10 11 34

UA A TOT 15 13 28 14 8 22 14 9 23 43 30 73

TFL-Yds 1-2 1-1 1-1 3-4

Sk-Yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

INT-Yds 2-0 0-0 1-1 3-1

TD 0 0 0 0

PD 8 6 6 20

FF 0 1 1 2

Blk 0 0 0 0

27

JACOB KADEL DEFENSIVE BACK

FR-Yds 1-0 0-0 0-0 1-0

5-9

175 RFr.

Lexington, Ky. • Tates Creek HS History 2010: Redshirt... High School: Graduated from Tates Creek HS in Lexington, Ky... Coached by Mike Harmon... 2008/2009 Stats: Tackles-50 assists, 39 total for loss; 11 intercep�ons for 74 yards; 1 sack, 2 fumble recoveries, 3 forced fumbles, 3 safe�es, 1 pass break-up, 9 put-downs; 2007 Will to Win Award recipient... 2008 110% Award and Strength & Desire Award... 2009 team captain... All-City Defensive Player of the Year... Le�ered in track: Won the City 4x100 relay and the Heart of the Bluegrass 4x100 relay... Finished eighth at the State 4x100 relay; Posted a 40-yard �me of 4.49 seconds with a ver�cal jump of 34”; shu�le �me - 4.08 seconds; Bench - 225 lbs; Squat - 325 lbs... Three-�me recipient of the Academic Football Award (2006, 2007, 2008 - 4.0 GPA)... Freshman of the Week Award recipient... Commodore Academy Award winner (Top Freshman in Business)... 2009 Kentucky State Boys’ Representa�ve... 2007 Advanced World Civiliza�on Award... Inducted to the Na�onal Honor Society in 2008... 2010 Na�onal American Legion Award recipient... La�n 3 School Award... AP Government School Award recipient... Performed numerous community service projects, including a�er school program for kids that need help with homework, tutoring, etc... Also par�cipated on senior ci�zen home repair projects... Personal: Full name is Jacob Floyd Kadel... Born June 3, 1991 in Des Moines, Iowa... Son of Dave and Kim Kadel... Siblings - two brothers, Jordan (23), Josh (23) and one sister, Jasmine 10)... Father played football at Nebraska-Omaha (1977-1981), brother Jordan played baseball at Transylvania University in 2007 and at Asbury College in 2009... Majoring in History with a minor in Museum Studies... SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Plans to become an archaeologist; Favorite class at Tusculum: History... Favorite book: “Lord of the Rings”; Favorite midnight snack: Hot Pockets; Favorite movie: “Gladiator”; Favorite musical ar�st: Journey; Favorite song: “Don’t Stop Believing” by Journey; Jacob can go a week without: His computer; Most thrilling moment in sports: Making a TD-saving tackle a�er three over�mes at the goal line to win a game; Advice to kids: “Never give up no ma�er what”; Favorite color: Red; Favorite food: Chicken; Favorite sport other than football: Baseball; People Jacob admires most: His parents; Toughest opponent Jacob has ever played against: Ryan Williams; What people don’t know about Jacob: He has a li�le sister from China; When he was a kid, Jacob tried to be like: A Nebraska football player.

2011 Tusculum Football -- 23


MEET

52

LEE KIZER 6-2

OFFENSIVE LINE

300

ASHDEN LYNCH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

GP 8 8

So.

46

DUSTIN LANE 5-10

LINEBACKER

225

So.

Lithonia, Ga. • Martin Luther King, Jr. HS Business Information Technology 2011: Pioneer Elite... 2010: Played in nine games where he posted a dozen tackles... Recorded his lone fumble recovery against Carson-Newman (Nov. 13)... Tallied a season-high six tackles against Brevard (Oct. 30)... Finished with four stops at Catawba (Nov. 6)... Posted a tackle vs. Urbana (Sep. 18) and Carson-Newman... Personal: Full name is Dus�n Benjamin Lane... Born Jan. 18, 1992... Majoring in Business Informa�on Technology... Computer Science minor.

DUSTIN LANE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

GP 9 9

UA 3 3

A TOT 9 12 9 12

TFL-Yds 0-0 0-0

Sk-Yds 0-0 0-0

INT-Yds 0-0 0-0

TD 0 0

PD 0 0

FF 0 0

Blk 0 0

36

ASHDEN LYNCH DEFENSIVE BACK

FR-Yds 1-0 1-0

5-9

170

2011: Pioneer Elite... 2010: Saw ac�on in eight games... Posted three tackles... Tallied two hits in home win over Brevard (Oct. 30)... Recorded a solo stop against Newberry (Oct. 9)... 2009: Did not play... 2008: Redshirt... High School: Graduated from Cross Creek HS in Hephzibah, Ga... Coached by Sco� Tate... All-Region and All-Area honoree in 2007... Team MVP in 2007... 2006 recipient of the “Hitman Award”... Recorded 291 career tackles, including 108 in his senior campaign... Tallied 11 intercep�ons in his career to go along with 41 tackles for loss, including 11 sacks, 9 forced fumbles, 6 fumble recoveries, 15 passes defended... 25 TFL in 2007... Also rushed for 174 yards and tallied 217 receiving yards... Versa�le player who saw ac�on at eight different posi�ons during his prep career... Le�ered in track, baseball and wrestling... Member of 2004 Region Championship wrestling squad at Cross Creek... Personal: Full name is Ashden Veron Lynch... Born March 6, 1990 in Augusta, Ga... Nickname: “Lynch Mob”... Son of Oscar and Claudia Lynch... His brother, Brandon Lynch is currently playing with the Saskatchewan Roughriders (2006-present) of the Canadian Football League... Brandon previously played for the Tennessee Titans (2004-05) and Indianapolis Colts (2005-06)... Ashden’s hobbies include ping-pong and poetry... Recipient of the Merrit Award at Tusculum... Favorite book: “Daily Inspira�on for the Purpose Driven Life”; Favorite midnight snack: Cereal; Favorite musical ar�st: Gucci Mane; Favorite saying by Coach DeBusk: “You see the quarterback, throw the ball, you see the receiver catch it”; Favorite sports team: Bal�more Ravens; Ashden can’t imagine a week without: Talking to his mother; Favorite athlete: Bob Sanders; Most thrilling moment in sports: Making his first big hit when he was a freshman in high school; Favorite food: Steak; Favorite sport other than football: Golf; Shoe size: 10½; Best advice Ashden has ever been given: “Be your own man”; The thing Ashden admires most about Coach DeBusk: “He gives everyone a fair chance; When he was a kid, Ashden tried to be like: Walter Payton; When people first meet Ashden, they think: “He’s mean.”

24 - 2011 Tusculum Football

A TOT 2 3 2 3

TFL-Yds 0-0 0-0

Sk-Yds 0-0 0-0

INT-Yds 0-0 0-0

TD 0 0

PD 0 0

FF 0 0

FR-Yds 0-0 0-0

5 5-7

RUNNING BACK

Blk 0 0

180

Jr.

Chattanooga, Tenn. • Ooltewah HS Information Technology of Computers/Business Mgt. 2010: Emerged as Tusculum’s No. 1 rusher with 281 yards on 75 carries (3.7 ypc)... Finished fi�h on the squad in receiving yards (486) and recep�ons (47), including a TD grab... Rushed for 85 yards on 19 carries against Newberry (Oct. 9)... Finished the game with 120 all-purpose yards... Posted 92 receiving yards on nine recep�ons against Urbana (Sep. 18)... Made five catches for 74 yards at Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 23)... Lone TD came on 13-yard recep�on vs. Newberry... Returned a kickoff for 17 yards at Wingate (Oct. 16)... Made at least two recep�ons in all 11 games... Ended the year with 784 all-purpose yards (4th on team)... 2009: Redshirt... 2008: Appeared in nine games where he recorded 28 carries for 128 rushing yards... Averaged 4.6 yards per rush... Posted a season-best six rushing a�empts in collegiate debut against Charleston (Aug. 30)... Also rushed for 29 yards against the Golden Eagles... Posted a season-best 19-yard run at Mars Hill (Nov. 1)... Posted a 14-yard kickoff return against No. 15 Carson-Newman (Nov. 8)... High School: Graduated from Ooltewah (Tenn.) HS... Coached by Benny Monroe... Le�ered four years in football, basketball and track... Two-�me All-State (2006, 2007)... Two-�me All-Region (2006, 2007)... Named Best Back in the East vs. West AllStar Game... 2007 Tennessee vs. Georgia All-State Team... 2007 team MVP... 2007 team captain... Named 2006 Best Offensive Player... Recipient of the 2005 Best Defensive Player of the Award... 2004 Mr. Assist... Three-�me track MVP... Three-�me team captain for track... 2008 State champion... Named Best of the Preps for football and track... Member of 2007 undefeated season... 2007 Stats: 15 catches, 212 rushing a�empts, 2,500 rushing yards, 26 rushing TD; 2006 Stats: 12 recep�ons, 197 carries, 1,700 yards, 12 rushing TD... Personal: Full name is Brian Jeremy Marshall... Born Nov. 18, 1989 in Brandon, Fla... Nickname: “B-Marsh”... Son of Jerry and Victoria Marshall; Siblings: Shawn Beard (29), Ian Marshall (25), Montrese Beard (25), Tiffany Roderick (33)... Majoring in Business Management (Informa�on Technology of Computers)... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll… Ac�vi�es listed include: Running, wri�ng, sleeping... Community service includes: Community garden, Adopt-aHighway program... Career goals: Be successful in life; Favorite book: “Unleash the Dragon” by Michael Johnson; Favorite midnight snack: Oreos and milk; Favorite movie: “Due Date”; Favorite musical artists: Maxwell; Favorite saying by Coach DeBusk: “Live and in color”; Favorite sports teams: Florida Gators, Tampa Bay Rays; Brian can’t imagine a week without: sleeping; Favorite athlete: Walter Payton; Most impressive person Brian has ever met: His father; Most thrilling moment in sports: Scoring a touchdown; Advice to kids: “Size is in the heart”; Favorite color: Blue; Favorite food: Shrimp; Favorite sport other than football: Baseball; Person Brian most admires: His father; Shoe size: 10½; Most important thing Brian has learned at Tusculum: Diversity; The thing Brian admires most about Coach DeBusk: His honesty; Toughest player Brian has ever played against: Tony Brisco (Urbana); Two words to describe the way Brian plays football: Calm, fast; What people don’t know about Brian: He writes poetry; When he was a kid, Brian tried to be like: His older brother; When people first meet Brian, they think: He’s very out-going; Why Brian chose Tusculum: The block schedule; What Brian would do if he won $1 million: Give it to his parents.

BRIAN MARSHALL’S CAREER STATISTICS

Jr.

Hephzibah, Ga. • Cross Creek HS Computer Programming

UA 1 1

BRIAN MARSHALL

Portland, Tenn. • Portland HS Mathematics 2010: Played in nine contests including starts at center in four of the last five games, including Wingate (Oct. 16), Brevard (Oct. 30), Catawba (Nov. 6) and Carson-Newman (Nov. 13)... Also saw ac�on against Charleston (Aug. 28), Urbana (Sep. 18), Mars Hill (Oct. 2), Newberry (Oct. 9) and LenoirRhyne (Oct. 23)... High School: Graduated from Portland (Tenn.) HS... Coached by Gary Sanders... Offensive Line Most Valuable Player... Two-�me All-County... Player of the Week recipient... Personal: Full name is Lee Allen Kizer... Born Sep. 20, 1991 in Portland, Tenn... Son of Keith and Tracy Kizer... Brother - Wesley Kizer... His uncle, David Kizer, played basketball at Union (Tenn.) University... Majoring in Mathema�cs with a minor in Chemistry and Computer Science... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Community service includes Disaster recovery efforts following April 2011 Tornado... Favorite books: The Bible, “The Hatchet”; Favorite class: Calculas; Favorite midnight snack: Popcorn; Favorite ar�st: Red Hot Chili Peppers; Lee can’t imagine a week without: Sleep; Advice to kids: “Do a good turn daily” (Boy Scouts of America slogan); Favorite color: Gray; Favorite foods: Anything his mother cooks; Favorite sport other than football: Tennis; Person Lee most admires: His grandfather; What people don’t know about Lee: He is an Eagle Scout Scout.

PIONEERS

THE

Year 2008 2010 Totals

GP 9 11 20

Year 2008 2010 Totals

GP 9 11 20

Rushing A� Yds 28 128 75 281 103 409 Punt Returns No. Yds. 0 0 0 0 0 0

Avg 4.6 3.7 4.0

TD 0 0 0

Lng 19 22 22

Rec 1 47 48

Avg 0.0 0.0 0.0

TD 0 0 0

Lng -

No. 2 1 3

Receiving Yds Avg TD 1 1.0 0 486 10.3 1 487 10.2 1 Kickoff Returns Yds Avg TD 10 5.0 0 17 17.0 0 27 9.0 0

Lng 1 47 47 Lng 14 17 17

PIONEER PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Kent Aigbe ................................ag-BEE LiRonta Archie ...................... la-ron-TA Kaytron Becton ...................... KAY-tron Head Coach Frankie DeBusk ...De-Busk Deonte’ Gist........................ DEE-on-TA Stephen Gyebison .................jib-a-son Ramsey Iapala ..................EYE-a-pall-a Mykelle Jones ......................... michael

Joshua McKie ........................mack-kee Jason Muehling ................... MULE-ing DeAngelo Paschal ................... Pass-kul Andy Rose� ..................... roh-seh-tee Torrey Slaven ...........................slave-in Xzanvion Smith ..................... ZA-VE-on Tusculum ................... tuhs-kyuh-luhm


MEET

THE

PIONEERS

9

JOSHUA MCKIE 6-1

WIDE RECEIVER

200

So.

JOSHUA MCKIE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

GP 10 10

Rushing A� Yds 1 5 1 5

Avg 5.0 5.0

TD 0 0

Lng 5 5

Rec 3 3

Yds 9 9

Receiving Avg TD 3.0 0 3.0 0

79

DUSTIN MOOREHEAD OFFENSIVE LINE

Lng 4 4

6-4

295

Jr.

Elora, Tenn. • Lincoln County HS Pre-Physical Therapy 2011: Preseason All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team... 2010: Started in all 11 games for the Pioneers... Garnered TC Offensive Player of the Game honors in road win at Findlay (Sept. 4)... Posted a solo tackle against Mars Hill (Oct. 2)... 2009: Played in seven contests on the Tusculum offensive line (most at the right guard slot), earning a start against Mars Hill (Oct. 31)... Made a solo tackle at Elizabeth City State (Sept. 12)... 2008: Made four appearances in his rookie campaign, including Urbana (Sept. 20), No. 22 Wingate (Sept. 27), Brevard (Oct. 11) and Catawba (Oct. 18)... High School: Graduated from Lincoln County HS... Coached by Louis Thompson... All-Area, All-Region, All-Mid-State... 2007 team captain... Led 2007 team to region �tle and 8-4 record... 2007 Stats: 70 tackles, 30 TFL, 10 sacks, 4 FF... Personal: Full name is Dus�n Wayne Moorehead... Born Aug. 16, 1990 in Faye�eville, Tenn... Son of Bruce and Kristy Moorehead... Sister - Renae (18)... Majoring in Pre-Physical Therapy... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Ac�vi�es include hun�ng & fishing... Favorite class at Tusculum: Rehab and Modali�es; Favorite midnight snack: Pizza; Favorite movie: “Taken”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Chamillionaire, Travis Porter, Roscoe Dash, Waka Flocka; Favorite color: Blue; Favorite sports teams: New York Yankees, Indianapolis Colts, Florida Gators; Dus�n can’t imagine a week without: Music and PS3; Least favorite food: Broccoli; Favorite athletes: Allen Iverson and Lebron James; Most thrilling moment in sports: Tusculum winning 2008 SAC �tle; Advice to kids: “Stay in school and don’t do drugs”; Favorite color: Blue; Favorite foods: Steak, crab legs; Favorite sports other than football: Basketball, baseball; Person Dus�n most admires: His father; Shoe size: 15; Most important thing Dus�n has learned at Tusculum: Hard work equals success; The thing Dus�n admires most about Coach DeBusk: “He pushes everyone to be their best”; Toughest player Dus�n has ever played against: Dave Spurlock (Florida State).

6-2

DEFENSIVE LINE

250

Sr.

Calhoun, Ga. • Calhoun HS Physical Education

Mauldin, S.C. • Univ. of North Carolina • Mauldin HS English (Creative Writing) 2010: Saw ac�on in 10 contests where he made three catches for nine yards... Posted a recep�on for four yards each vs. Charleston (Aug. 28) and Carson-Newman (Nov. 13)... Tallied a rush for five yards in the Charleston game... Also accounted for a tackle against Urbana (Sep. 18)... North Carolina: Redshirt in his lone season (2009) at the Chapel Hill, N.C. school... Coached by Butch Davis... High School: Graduated from Mauldin (S.C.) HS... Ranked among the top 75 athletes in the country by Rivals.com... Member of PrepStar’s High School All-Atlan�c Region Team... Played in the North-South All-Star Football Game in Myrtle Beach, S.C. and caught two passes for 43 yards and rushed once for 12 yards... Earned All-Region honors as a junior and senior... Passed for more than 1,300 yards and rushed for more than 700 as a junior... Coached by Doug Shaw... Personal: Born June 10, 1991... Son of James McKie and Demetra GregoryMcKie... Siblings: Ryan (26) and Jeremiah (18)... His brother, Ryan, recently graduated from Furman University (2003-2007) and his father, James, played wideout at South Carolina (19781980)... Majoring in English (Crea�ve Wri�ng)... Hobbies listed includes singing, golf, music and movies... Plans to own a clothing store following gradua�on... Favorite books: “Tears of a Tiger”, “Decoded”; Favorite class at Tusculum: Intermediate Crea�ve Wri�ng; Favorite midnight snack: Apple sauce and sal�ne crackers; Favorite movie: “American Gangster”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Jay-Z, Michael Jackson, Kanye West; Favorite song: “Find Your Love” by Drake; Favorite sports team: New York Yankees; How Joshua gets ready for a game: Listens to his JayZ playlist; Least favorite food: Fruit; Favorite athletes: Lebron James, Terrell Owens, Hakeem Nicks, Brandon Tate; Most thrilling moment in sports: Scoring his first varsity TD in 10th grade; Advice to kids: “Never let anyone out work you”; Favorite color: Black; Favorite food: Pizza; Favorite sport other than football: Baseball; People Joshua most admires: His older brothers; Most famous person Joshua has ever met: Butch Davis; Toughest player Joshua has ever played against: Marcus La�more; What people don’t know about Joshua: He can sing; When he was a kid, Joshua tried to be like: His brother, Ryan; If Joshua won $1 million: He would invest 3/4 of it and spend the rest.

92

JASON MUEHLING

2011: Pioneer Elite... Super Pioneer Award recipient (above 250 lbs)... Led team in squat (585) and power clean (390)... 2010: Led team with three fumble recoveries (0.27 avg. - 2nd in SAC/ 24th in NCAA II)... Played in 11 ou�ngs, including 10 starts... Accounted for 43 tackles, including five for loss and two sacks... Posted eight tackles against Carson-Newman (Nov. 13)... Posted seven stops each at Western Carolina (Sep. 11) and Mars Hill (Oct. 2)... 60-yard TD fumble return at WCU was the third longest in TC history... Caused the fumble with a sack... Named SAC Defensive Player of the Week... Posted two TFL at Mars Hill... Made five tackles at Wingate (Oct. 16)... 2009: Played in nine games, including starts in his last six contests... Tallied 35 tackles, including three for loss... Accounted for a career-high seven tackles, twice against Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 3) and Newberry (Oct. 24)... Made four solo stops in the Newberry game... Posted five tackles each at Charleston (Aug. 29) and Carson-Newman (Nov. 7)... Added four hits at Brevard (Oct. 10)... Recorded a quarterback hurry at Urbana (Sept. 19)... Super Pioneer Award recipient (above 250 lbs)... Pioneer Elite... One of the strongest players on the team... Posted a power clean max at 370 lbs... 2008: Made four appearances for the Pioneers... Finished with seven tackles, including two for loss, both sacks... Opened the season with three stops and a sack against Charleston (Aug. 30)... Posted three more tackles and another sack in home win over Urbana (Sept. 20)... Pioneer Elite... 2007: Redshirt… High School: Graduated from Calhoun (Ga.) HS… Coached by Tim Kremer... Le�ered three years in football… Played in the 2006 Georgia All-Star game… Two�me All-Region and All-North Georgia First Team selec�on in 2005 & 2006… First Team All-Greater Cha�anooga Area in 2006… 2005 State Championship Defensive MVP… 2006 Team MVP… Played for three Region Championship teams (2004-06)… 2006 Stats: 104 tackles, 22 TFL, six sacks, three fumble recoveries, two defensive TD… Also le�ered in wrestling… Personal: Full name is Jason Brian Muehling… Born Oct. 23, 1988 in Fort Gordon, Ga… Nickname: “Mule”… Son of Paul and Sue Muehling… Has one brother, David Muehling (25) and step-sister Rachel Whi�aker (21)… Majoring in Physical Educa�on… Plans to a�end graduate school for human resource... Hobbies include fishing, camping, hiking, mountain biking… Dean’s List... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Community service includes Lunch Buddies program... Favorite book: “Dante’s Inferno”; Favorite class at Tusculum: Exercise Physiology; Favorite movie: “Hot Rod”; Favorite musical ar�st: Josh Thompson; Favorite song: “I Always Been Me” by Josh Thompson; Jason can’t imagine a week without: Sports; Jason is as good as anyone at: Fishing; Least favorite food: Okra; Person Jason most admires: His mother; Most thrilling moment in sports: Scoring a TD vs. WCU in 2010; Advice to kids: “Chase your dreams”; Favorite color: Red; Favorite food: Anything grilled; Favorite sport other than football: Fishing; Shoe Size: 12; What people don’t know about Jason: He likes to work on car engines; When he was a kid, Jason tried to be like: Javier Lopez; When people first meet Jason, they think: He’s a country boy; Most famous person Jason has ever met: Peyton Manning. Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

JASON MUEHLING’S CAREER STATISTICS GP 4 9 11 24

UA A TOT 2 5 7 12 23 35 13 30 43 27 58 85

TFL-Yds 2-2 3-3 5-14 10-19

Sk-Yds 1-2 0-0 2-13 3-15

INT-Yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

TD 0 0 0 0

PD 0 0 0 0

FF 0 0 0 0

FR-Yds 0-0 0-0 3-60 3-60

Blk 0 0 0 0

TUSCULUM’S WINNINGEST COACHES

Head Coach Years Frankie DeBusk....... 1998Sam Doak ................ 1919-20, 1928-36 Tom Bryant .............. 1991-94 Carlton Palmer......... 1926-27 Dewayne Wells ........ 1995-97 Tom Armstrong ........ 1947-50 Thomas McCann ...... 1924 Laird Holt ................. 1940-41 J. Bruce Anderson .... 1916 Sam Graham ............ 1925 G.D. Downing .......... 1923 Marion Edens .......... 1946 Ty Disney ................. 1937 Johnny Faulds .......... 1938-39

W 77 32 15 6 6 6 4 4 2 2 1 1 0 0

L 64 37 24 8 24 26 4 13 3 5 5 7 5 15

T Pct. 0 .546 11 .481 0 .385 2 .438 0 .200 1 .197 0 .500 0 .235 0 .400 0 .286 0 .167 0 .125 3 .188 2 .059

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CAMERON MYERS 6-1

DEFENSIVE BACK

190

So.

CAMERON MYERS’ CAREER STATISTICS UA 1 1

A TOT 3 4 3 4

TFL-Yds 0-0 0-0

Sk-Yds 0-0 0-0

INT-Yds 0-0 0-0

TD 0 0

PD 0 0

FF 0 0

FR-Yds 1-0 1-0

Blk 0 0

34

BLAKE OVERTON 5-8

RUNNING BACK

175 RFr.

Seymour, Tenn. • Seymour HS Physical Education 2010: Redshirt... High School: Graduated from Seymour HS... Coached by Jim Moore... First Team All-Region running back in 2008 and 2009... Two-�me All-Conference and All-County... Tri-County News Sevier County Offensive Player of the Year (2010)... Seymour Herald Offensive Player Award (2009-10)... Seymour Player of the Week (3 �mes in 2009)... Stats: 104 carries, 744 yards, 7 TD; 10 recep�ons, 147 yards, 2 TD; Punt Returns: 4 for 77 yards (long 45, 1 TD); Kickoff returns: 10 for 235 yards (long 66)... Member of 2008 District Championship... Le�ered in basketball and baseball... Personal: Full name is Blake Clendenin Overton... Born Nov. 9, 1991 in Knoxville, Tenn... Son of Jerry and Sherry Overton... Brother - Taylor Overton... Majoring in Physical Educa�on (K-12) with a Coaching minor... Hobbies include fishing... Favorite movie: “Due Date”; Favorite musical ar�st: Zach Brown Band; Least favorite food: Beans.

42

DEANGELO PASCHAL 5-9

DEFENSIVE BACK

190

Sr.

2010: Played in nine games... 2009: Did not play... 2008: Made two appearances in his collegiate debut campaign... Recorded a tackle each in home wins over Charleston (Aug. 30) and Elizabeth City State (Sept. 13)... 2007: Redshirted… High School: Graduated from McNair HS in Atlanta, Ga… Coached by Johnny Gilbert and Roderick Moore… 2006 All-County selec�on… 2006 recipient of the Robert Mathis Award… Led the Mustangs to three Region �tles (2003, 2004, 2006)… 2006 Stats: 73 tackles, 3 intercep�ons, TD, 4 fumble recoveries, one forced fumble… Personal: Full name is DeAngelo Quintez Paschal… Born June 2, 1989 in Atlanta, Ga… Nickname: “Cat”… Son of Cheryl Paschal… Siblings – DeAundre (16), DeAnte (21)… Majoring in Sport Management… Brother, DeAnte played football at the University of Memphis… Favorite class at Tusculum: Physical Fitness and Wellness; Favorite midnight snack: Fruit cups; Favorite movies: “Life”, “Paid in Full”; Favorite musical ar�st: Young Jeezy; Favorite song: “Grown Man” by Young Jeezy; Favorite Sports Teams: Atlanta Falcons, Los Angeles Lakers; DeAngelo can’t imagine a week without: His cell phone; DeAngelo is as good as anyone at: Playing Madden Football; Favorite color: Red; Favorite food: Fried chicken; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; Person DeAngelo most admires: His mother; Shoe size: 10½; Toughest player DeAngelo has ever played against: Hunter Wolf, RB at North Hall HS; Two words to describe the way DeAngelo plays football: Awareness, determina�on.

DEANGELO PASCHAL CAREER STATISTICS GP 2 9 11

UA A TOT TFL-Yds Sk-Yds INT-Yds 0 2 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 0-0 0-0 0-0

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6-2

DEFENSIVE LINE

310 RFr.

2010 2010: Redshirt... High School: Graduated from Hillsboro HS in Nashville, Tenn... Coached by Sco� Blade Blad and Kelly Myers... Le�ered in football and wrestling... Member of 2009 4A State C Champions... Four-�me District Champions (2006-09) and two-�me Region Champions (2007, 2009)... Personal: Full name is Jackie Alonza Pa�erson, III... Born Aug. 15, 1992 in Nashville, Rex”... Son of Jack Pa�erson, Jr. and Estelle Reed... SibTenn... Nickname: “D-line-asaurous “D lings - Mawell Pa�erson (14), (1 Xavier Rueher (21), Avery Rueher (19), Brendan Seares (27)... Favorite book: “Manchild in the Promised Land”; Lan Favorite midnight snack: Hot Pockets; Favorite movie: “V for Vende�a”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Lil’ Wayne, Gucci Mane; Favorite sports teams: San Diego Chargers, New England Patriots, Patrio Manchester United, Real Madrid; Least favorite food: Fish; Favorite athletes: Wayne Rooney, Wes Welker; Most thrilling moment in tle; Advice to kids: Do your homework; Favorite color: Purple; sports: Winning the 2009 State �tle Favorite food: Lasagna; Favorite sport other than football: Soccer; Shoe size: 15; Most famous person Jackie has ever met: Dwayne Johnson; When he was a kid, Jackie tried to be like: Albert D Haynesworth.

33

JOHN PERRY 6-1

DEFENSIVE BACK

200

So.

Branford, Fla. • Branford HS Physical Education 2010: Played in all 11 games... Posted 26 tackles, including 16 solo hits... Tallied six tackles against Urbana (Sep. 18)... Posted four tackles at Western Carolina (Sep. 11) and four more at Wingate (Oct. 23)... Made three stops and an intercep�on against Brevard (Oct. 30)... Named TC Special Teams Player of the Game against Findlay (Sep. 4) and Newberry (Oct. 9)... High School: Graduated from Branford (Fla.) HS... Coached by Bill Wiles... FloridaNorth Florida All-Star... Georgia vs. Florida Football All-Star Game par�cipant... AllState, All-Area First Team... Gainesville Sun Player of the Year... Conference Player of the Year... Team MVP... Team captain... Member of 2009 Conference Champions... State Playoffs... Stats: 2,000 rushing yards, 500 receiving yards, 30 TD, 6 kickoff returns for TD... Personal: Full name is John Fitzgerald Perry... Son of John and Wendy Perry... Siblings - Whitney Perry, Michael Perry, Derrick Fulton, Billy Ray Peck... Majoring in Physical Educa�on with a Coaching minor... Brother, Derrick Fulton, played football at North Carolina... Cousin, Nick Collins, All-Pro safety with the Green Bay Packers... Favorite book: k: “The Outsiders”; Favorite class at Tusculum: Soccer 101; Favorite midnight snack: Fru�t snacks; Favorite movie: “Blind Side”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Drake, Rich Kids; Favorite song: “Take over the Works” by Kids in the Hall; Favorite sports teams: Florida Marlins, Miami Heat, Florida Gators; Least favorite food: Onions; Favorite athletes: Percy Larvin, Joe Haden; Most thrilling moment in sports: Scoring a touchdown; Favorite Tusculum moment: His intercep�on against Brevard; Advice to kids: “Do what’s in your heart”; Favorite color: Blue; Favorite food: Hot wings; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; People John admires most: His family; Most famous people John has met: Tim Tebow, Joe Haden; Two words to describe the way John plays football: Hard, physical; What people don’t know about John: He can dance; When he was a kid, John tried to be like: Michael Jordan.

JOHN PERRY’S CAREER STATISTICS

Atlanta, Ga. • McNair HS Sport Management

Year 2008 2010 Totals

93

Nashville, Tenn. • Hillsboro HS Undeclared

2010: Played in nine contests... Posted four tackles... Tallied two stops and a fumble recovery in home win at Brevard (Oct. 30)... Also made a tackle each against Catawba (Nov. 6) and Carson-Newman (Nov. 13)... High School: Graduated from Mar�n Luther King, Jr. HS in Lithonia, Ga... Coached by Corey Jarvis... Le�ered three �mes in football and twice in track... Selected to the All-Star team... All-County and All-Region honoree... Named Player of the Week five �mes... Led prep squad to Region �tle in 2007 and region runnerup three �mes (2006, 2008, 2009)... 2009 Stats: 1,400 passing yards, 800 rushing yards... Personal: Full name is Cameron Lamar Myers... Born Dec. 10, 1991 in Atlanta, Ga... Son of Russell and LaTimothy Myers... Younger brother, Russell Myers (14)... Majoring in Pre-Medicine... Favorite midnight snack: Big Texas; Favorite movie: “Pulp Fic�on”; Favorite musical ar�st: Young Dro; Favorite sports teams: Atlanta Falcons, Los Angeles Lakers; Favorite athlete: Michael Jordan; Favorite color: White; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; Most famous person Cameron has ever met: Oprah Winfrey; When he was a kid, Cameron tried to be like: Michael Jordan Jordan. GP 9 9

PIONEERS

JACKIE PATTERSON

Conley, Ga. • Martin Luther King, Jr. HS Pre-Medicine

Year 2010 Totals

THE

TD 0 0 0

PD FF 0 0 0 0 0 0

FR-Yds Blk 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0

Year 2010 Totals

GP 11 11

UA A TOT TFL-Yds 16 10 26 0-0 16 10 26 0-0

Sk-Yds INT-Yds 0-0 1-0 0-0 1-0

TD 0 0

PD FF 0 0 0 0

PIONEER BIRTHDAYS IN SEASON

A����� 26 ....................................... Josh Davis 28 ...................................... Kent Aigbe S�������� 8 .......................................Ma� Levine 20 ......................................... Lee Kizer 29 ............................... Xzanvion Smith

O������ 4 ................................ Jus�n Arrington 18 ............................... Rashaad Carter 21 ......................................Chris Burns 23 ...............................Jason Muehling 24 .................Asst. Coach Caleb Slover 31 ........... Head Coach Frankie DeBusk

FR-Yds Blk 0-0 0 0-0 0

N������� 9 ........................................ Virgil Fripp 9 ................................... Blake Overton 15 .................................. Israel Pickens 18 .................................Brian Marshall 20 ..................................... Nate Riddle 20 .......................... Michael Rodriquez 22 .....................................Al Wilson, II 24 ............................ Jordan Rhinehart 28 ................................. Mykelle Jones 29 .................................LiRonta Archie D������� 10 .............................. Cameron Myers 13 .......................................Josh Stone 2010 Game Dates in Italics Upper-classmen only


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ISRAEL PICKENS OFFENSIVE LINE

6-4

305

Jr.

6-2

TIGHT END

Piedmont, S.C. • Woodmont HS Physical Education

205

Sr.

Columbia, S.C. • Airport HS Biology

2010: Appeared in seven games, including the last five games of the year (mostly at right guard)... 2009: Played in nine games, including four starts... 2008: Redshirt... High School: Graduated from Woodmont HS in Piedmont, S.C... Coached by Richard Schraeder... Le�ered two years in football... 2007 All-Region selec�on and named Best Offensive Lineman... Le�ered in track and field, competing in the discus and shot put... Named “Best All-Around Thrower”... Personal: Full name is Israel C. Pickens... Born Nov. 15, 1989 in Greenville, S.C... Son of Annie Broughton and Ernest Pickens... Has three brothers - Beanie Thompson, Damarius Pickens and Preston Pickens... One sister - Anreale Pickens... Majoring in Physical Educa�on with a Religious Studies minor... Israel is an accomplished singer... Performed the Na�onal Anthem at two TC football games in 2008... Ac�vi�es listed includes singing, basketball and bowling... Community service includes the “Lunch Buddies” program and Adopt-a-Highway program... His nephew, Laron Dendy, played basketball at Iowa State and Middle Tennessee State... Favorite book: “The Greatest” (autobiography of Muhammad Ali); Favorite class at Tusculum: Sex, Marriage, Family ; Favorite midnight snack: Cinnamon toast Crunch; Favorite movies: “300”, “Friday Night Lights”, “Kings of Comedy”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Rick Ross, Jeezy; Favorite song: “Amazing Grace”; Favorite sports teams: Los Angeles Lakers, Bal�more Ravens; Israel can’t imagine a week without: Speaking to his mother; Israel is as good as anyone at: Singing; Least favorite food: Lima beans; Favorite athletes: Kobe Bryant, Ray Lewis; Most thrilling moment in sports: Bea�ng Carson-Newman in 2008; Advice to kids: “Have fun, enjoy being young”; Favorite color: Blue; Favorite food: Chinese food; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; Shoe size: 13; Best thing about Israel: He’s a nice person; Most important thing Israel has learned at Tusculum: Value hard work; Toughest player Israel has played against: Ben Parker of Newberry (former prep teammate); When he was a kid, Israel tried to be like: His brother, Damarius; When people first meet Israel, they think: He’s big; Why Israel chose Tusculum: Family atmosphere.

14

WILLIAM POOSER WIDE RECEIVER

22

ORLANDO PRICE

6-3

195

So.

Abbeville, S.C. • Emerald HS Mathematics 2010: Played in all 11 games, mostly on TC’s special teams... Blocked two kicks on the season... Blocked a punt in road win at Western Carolina (Sep. 11)... Blocked another punt in win at Catawba (Nov. 6)... Named TC’s Special Teams Player of the Game for his performance at Catawba... High School: Graduated from Emerald HS... Coached by Tim McMahann... Played of the Game against Ninety-Six HS in 2009... 2009 Offensive Back of the Year... Player of the Game vs. Pendleton HS and Walhalla HS... Index Journal Player of the Week (vs. Walhalla HS)... Personal: Full name is William Robert Pooser... Born Jan. 30, 1992 in Anchorage, Alaska... Son of Jason and Michelle Pooser... Brothers - Jakob and Kalob Pooser... Majoring in Mathema�cs... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll... Plans to become an engineer following gradua�on; Favorite book: “Sword of the Righ�ul King”; Favorite midnight snack: Pizza; Favorite musical ar�st: Kid Rock; Favorite song: “Lover, Lover”; Billy can’t live a week withtout: His phone; Most thrilling moment in sports: 4th and 10 in the fourth quarter and one minute le� with a linebacker rushing him at quarterback and he was able to find away around him and push himself to get a first down; Advice to kids: “Try your hardest to do what you want to do”; Favorite color: Blue; Favorite foods: Pizza, chilli and hot dogs; What people don’t know about Billy: He plays World of Warcra� game; When he was a kid, Billy tried to be like: Bre� Favre.

2010: Played in 11 games in his first season at �ght end... Made two tackles on special teams.. Posted one hit each at Western Carolina (Sep. 11) and vs. Brevard (Oct. 30)... 2009: Played in all 10 games... Tallied four tackles... Posted a solo stop at Elizabeth City state (Sept. 12)... Added two hits against Mars Hill (Oct. 31) and an unassisted tackle at Newberry (Oct. 24)... 2008: Played in seven games in his rookie season at Tusculum... Recorded four tackles, including a season-high two stops against Brevard (Oct. 11)... Tallied one hit each against LenoirRhyne (Oct. 4), and in the NCAA Playoff opener with Albany State (Nov. 15)... Also saw ac�on against Urbana (Sept. 20), Catawba and No. 15 Carson-Newman (Nov. 8)... High School: Graduated from Airport HS in West Columbia, S.C... Coached by Kirk Burne�... Three-year starter... Earned All-Region and All-Area honors in the secondary... Accounted for 58 tackles and six intercep�ons... Personal: Full name is Orlando Dejuan Price... Born July 22, 1990 in Monterey, Ariz... Son of Wendy and Willie Vinson... Brother - Willie Vinson (19); Sister - Terrica Vinson (12)... Majoring in Biology... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll… Ac�vi�es include singing and rapping; Community service includes Ne�e Day, Adopt-a-Highway program, Tornado relief; Plans to a�end graduate school; Nephew of former Auburn football standout Andre Bruce, who played for the Atlanta Falcons and Oakland Raiders... Favorite book: “Le� Behind”; Favorite class at Tusculum: Microbiology; Favorite midnight snack: Frosted Flakes; Favorite movies: “Law Abiding Ci�zen”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Michael Jackson, Kirk Franklin and the Family; Favorite songs: “Jesus Paid it All”, “Human Nature”; Favorite sports team: Carolina Panthers; Orlando can’t imagine a week without: Music; Least favorite food: Brussel sprouts; Favorite athlete: Steve Smith; Most thrilling moment in sports: Bea�ng Carson-Newman in 2008 to win SAC �tle; Advice to kids: “Don’t let anyone tell you what you can’t do”; Favorite color: Black; Favorite food: His mother’s macaroni & cheese; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; People Orlando most admires: His mother and grandfather (Rev. H.L. Price); Shoe size: 12; Most famous person Orlando has met: Leonard Li�le; Toughest player Orlando has ever played against: Jakar Hamilton; What people don’t know about Orlando: He loves to sing; When he was a kid, Orlando tried to be like: Ray Lewis.

ORLANDO PRICE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

GP 7 10 11 28

UA A TOT TFL-Yds 1 3 4 0-0 1 3 4 0-0 1 1 2 0-0 3 7 10 0-0

Sk-Yds INT-Yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

TD 0 0 0 0

PD FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

47

RODNEY PRUITT DEFENSIVE BACK

FR-Yds Blk 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 0

5-10

170 RFr.

Antioch, Tenn. • Antioch HS Sport Management 2010: Redshirt... High School: A�ended An�och (Tenn.) HS... Coached by Mike Woodward... Led team in tackles in 2009... All-District performer... Personal: Full name is Rodney Sco� Prui�, Jr... Born Dec. 4, 1991 in Nashville, Tenn... Nickname: “Hot Rod”... Son of Rodney Prui�, Sr. and Eugina Sanders... Siblings - Patrick Prui�, Daysha Prui�, Courtrell Plair... Majoring in Sport Management... Plans to be a sports director or sports agent following gradua�on... Ac�vi�es listed include: basketball and music... Rela�ve of Charles Eward Davis, who posted 2,214 poitns and 1,008 rebounds with the Washington Bullets... Favorite book: “Harry Potter”; Favorite class at Tusculum: Physiology; Favorite midnight snack: Oreos & milk; Favorite movie: “Paid in Full”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Starlito, Boosie, Drake; Favorite sports teams: Los Angeles Lakers, Green Bay Pakcers, Florida Gators; Favorite athletes: Kobe Bryant, Charles Woodson; Most thrilling moment in sports: New England vs. N.Y. Giants in the Super Bowl; Favorite colors: Red, green; Favorite food: Shrimp, steak and hot wings; Favorite sport other than football: Women’s basketball; Most famous person Rodney has ever met: Steve McNair; When he was a kid, Rodney tried to be like: Michael Jordan; If Rodney won $1 million, he would: Invest it and spend on his family.

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JORDAN RHINEHART DEFENSIVE BACK

5-9

185 RFr.

Stone Mountain, Ga. • Stephenson HS Business Information Technology 2010: Redshirt... High School: Graduated from Stephenson (Ga.) HS... Coached by Ron Gartell... Le�ered in football and track & field... Stats-90 tackles, 3 forced fumbles... Personal: Full name is Jordan Tyler Rhinehart... Born Nov. 24, 1992 in Stone Mountain, Ga... Son of James and Mollie Rhinehart... Brothers - Travis (26), Imari (31)... Majoring in Business Informa�on Technology with a Sport Management minor... Plans to work for the FBI following gradua�on... Favorite book: The Bible... Favorite class at Tusculum: Computer as a Tool; Favorite midnight snack: Gummy Bears, cereal; Favorite movies: “Transformers”, “Bad Boys II”, “Fast and the Furious”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Lil’ Wayne, T.I., Young Dro, Young Jeezy, Drake; Favorite sports teams: Miami Hurricanes, Miami Heat, Philadelphia Eagles, Florida Gators; Least favorite food: Onions; Favorite athletes: Sean Taylor, Dwayne Wade, Floyd Mayweather, Sean Spence; Advice to kids: “Don’t ever let anybody tell you that you can’t do something”; Favorite color: Red; Favorite food: Hot wings; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; People Jordan admires most: His brothers; Most famous person Jordan has ever met: Warren Sapp; What people don’t know about Jordan: He’s a comedian; When he was a kid, he tried to be like: Sean Taylor; If Jordan won $1 million: He would by a McDonald’s restaurant.

75

NATE RIDDLE OFFENSIVE LINE

6-6

320

So.

Canton, Ga. • Creekview HS English Education 2010: Saw limited ac�on in the offensive trenches, including significant reps in the Brevard game (Oct. 30)... 2009: Redshirt... High School: Graduated from Creekview HS in Canton, Ga... Coached by Al Morrell... Le�ered three years in football... Two-�me All-County and All-Area gridiron selec�on... Twice selected as team captain... His prep teams posted a combined 22-9 record during his three-year prep career (2006: 7-3; 2007: 9-1; 2008: 6-5... 2008 team advanced to the State Playoffs... Also le�ered twice in wrestling and once in track... Personal: Full name is Nathan Miles Riddle... Born Nov. 20, 1990 in Canton, Ga... Son of Jack and Emily Riddle... Siblings: Calvin (18), Jordan (15), Jackson (13), Mary-Francis (6)... Majoring in English Educa�on with a minor in Journalism... Plans to be a teacher and coach... Hobbies listed include: Hun�ng and fishing... His uncle, Jason Richards, played football at Middle Tennessee State University... Favorite book: The Bible; Favorite class at Tusculum: Environmental Science; Favorite midnight snack: Ski�les; Favorite movie: “Zombieland”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Zac Brown Band, Alan Jackson; Favorite song: “Toes” by Zac Brown Band; Favorite sports teams: Oakland A’s; Oakland Raiders, Atlanta Braves; Nate can’t imagine a week without: Music; Nate is as good as anyone at: Wii Golf; Least favorite food: Onions; Favorite athlete: Trevor Cahill; Most thrilling moment in sports: Making his collegiate debut against Brevard in 2010; Advice to kids: “Don’t ever give up”; Favorite color: Black; Favorite food: BBQ; Favorite sport other than football: Baseball; Person Nate most admires: His father; Shoe size: 17; Most famous person Nate has ever met: John Smoltz; Toughest player Nate has ever played against: Izzan Cross (Georgia Tech defensive end); What people don’t know about Nate: He’s a “beast” at Wii Golf; When he was a kid, Nate tried to be like: Chipper Jones; When people first meet Nate, they think: He’s big; If Nate won a $1 million: He would buy half of Idaho.

3

MICHAEL RODRIQUEZ TIGHT END

6-2

200

Sr.

Columbia, S.C. • Hargrave Military Academy Sport Management 2011: Spor�ng News Preseason Division II All-America Team... Preseason All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team... 2010: Football Gaze�e All-America Third Team... Daktronics AllRegion Second Team... Football Gaze�e All-Region First Team... All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team... Becomes the second �ght end in school history to garner AllAmerica honors... Finished �ed for 21st in the country in recep�ons per game, averaging seven catches per ou�ng (4th in SAC)... Posted a school single-season best nine TD recep�ons and finished with 727 yards in his 10 starts (72.7 ypg - 10th in SAC)... Yardage tally was the seventh-best in school history, while his 70 recep�ons are the fi�h-most by a Pioneer, and the most by a �ght end... Started in the first 10 games of the season...Posted a careerbest 120 receiving yards on seven catches, including two touchdowns vs. Urbana (Sep. 18)... Tally included season-best 51yard catch... Tallied second straight 100yard game with 102 yards on nine grabs at Mars Hill (Oct. 2), including a pair of TD... Hauled in 11 catches for 77 yards and a TD against Newberry (Oct. 9)... Scored two TD, along with nine recep�ons for 82 yards against Brevard (Oct. 30)... 2009: Played in nine games where he made six catches for 36 yards... Posted two recep�ons for 19 yards at Carson-Newman (Nov. 7), including a season-long catch of 17 yards... Made two grabs for 10 yards against Wingate (Sept. 24)... Scored his first collegiate rushing TD with a two-yard scamper against Wingate... Completed a two-yard pass on fourth

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down to set up a second quarter TD drive against Wingate... 2008: Appeared in 10 games as a true freshman... Posted seven recep�ons for 92 yards... Best game of the year came against Brevard (Oct. 11) as he hauled in five catches for 51 yards... Opened his collegiate career with two recep�ons for 41 yards against Charleston (Aug. 30), including a season-long 26yard catch... Also shined on special teams were he accounted for a dozen tackles, including a forced fumble at Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 4)... Posted three tackles against Brevard (Oct. 11), including two solo hits... Tallied three stop again in homecoming victory over Newberry (Oct. 25)... Added two more stops in home win over No. 15 Carson-Newman (Nov. 8)... High School: Graduated from Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham, Va... 2007 All-Conference selec�on on the gridiron... 2007 Stats: Rushing - 51-339, 7 TD, 6.6 ypc; Passing 26-75, 354 yds., 4 TD; Receiving - 9-199, 3 TD, 22.1 ypr; 900 all-purpose yards, 10 TD... 2007 Team MVP... Le�ered in football, basketball and baseball... Earned All-Conference honors for all three... Team MVP for basketball... Personal: Full name is Michael Dwayne Rodriguez... Born Nov. 20, 1989 in Virginia Beach, Va... Son of Adrain and Carmen Ellio�... Siblings: Brother - AJ Rodriguez; Sister - Casey Rodriguez... Majoring in Sport Management... Favorite book: “Monster”; Favorite class at Tusculum: Sport Management; Favorite midnight snack: Pop-tarts; Favorite movie: “Dead Presidents”; Favorite musical ar�st: Lupe Fiasco; Favorite sports team: New York Giants; How Michael gets ready for a game: Listens to his iPod; Michael can’t imagine a week without: Prac�ce; Least favorite food: Italian food; Most thrilling moment in sports: Super Bowl;Advice to kids: “Stay in school”; Favorite color: Blue; Favorite food: Taco Bell; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; Person Michael most admires: His mother; Shoe size: 11; Best thing about Michael: His charm; When he was a kid, Michael tried to be like: The Rock.

MICHAEL RODRIQUEZ’S CAREER STATISTICS Rushing A� Yds 0 0 5 10 1 7 6 17

Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

GP 10 9 10 299

Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

GP 10 9 10 29

A� 0 1 0 1

Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

GP 10 9 10 29

UA A 6 6 0 0 0 1 6 7

Receiving TD Lng Rec Yds Avg TD Lng 0 7 92 13.1 0 26 1 8 6 36 6.0 0 17 0 7 70 727 10.4 9 51 1 8 83 855 10.3 9 51 Passing Cmp Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg 0 0 .000 0 0 0.0 1 0 1.00 2 0 2 0.2 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0.1 1 0 1.00 2 0 2 Defense TOT TFL-Yds Sk-Yds INT-Yds TD PD FF FR-Yds Blk 12 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0-0 0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0 13 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0-0 0 Avg 0.0 2.0 7.0 2.8

6

ANDY ROSETTI 5-11

PUNTER

195

So.

Kenneth City, Fla. • St. Petersburg HS Sport Management 2010: Played in all 11 games... Averaged 34.4 yards per punt (6th in SAC) in his 43 a�empts... Pinned the opposi�on inside the 20-yard line on 12 occasions... Recorded four punts of 50plus yards... Averaged 42 yards per punt in his last four games... Completed a 16-yard pass on a fake punt a�empt at Lenoir-Rhyne (Oct. 23)... Boomed a season-best 52-yard punt at Findlay to earn TC Special Teams Player of the Game honors... Repeated the honor in games vs. Mars Hill (Oct. 2), Lenoir-Rhyne and Brevard (Oct. 30)... Averaged 44.3 yards per punt against Brevard and 43.3 ypp vs. Lenoir-Rhyne... 2009: Redshirt... High School: A�ended St. Petersburg (Fla.) HS... Coached by Joe Fabrizio... Le�ered two years on the prep gridiron... Two-�me First Team All-Conference and All-County selec�on (2007, 2008)... Second Team AllSuncoast (2008) and Third Team All-State (2008)... Averaged 39.2 yards per punt in his junior season and upped that average to 41.1 in 2008... 2008-09 All-County Academic Team... Led 2008 squad to a Region championship... Personal: Full name is Andrew Duncan Rose�... Born Apr. 23, 1991 in St. Petersburg, Fla... Son of Alan and Evelyn Rose�... Sister - Chris�na (17)... Majoring in Sport Management with a minor in Economics... Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll...Hobbies listed include fishing and sailing; Favorite book: “I Spy”; Favorite class at Tusculum: Sport Facility and Design; Favorite midnight snack: Apple and peanut bu�er; Favorite movie: “Na�onal Lampoon’s Animal House”; Favorite musical usical ar�st: Jimmy Buffet; Favorite song: “Margaritaville” by Jimmy Buffet; Favorite sports teams: Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tampa Bay Rays; Andrew can’t imagine a week without: His mother; Favorite athlete: Tiger Woods; Most thrilling moment in sports: A comeback win; Favorite color: Green; Favorite food: Salmon; Favorite sport other than football: Fishing; Person Andrew most admires: His father; Shoe size: 11; When he was a kid, Andrew tried to be like: Bre� Favre; Two words to describe the way Andy plays football: Batabing, bataboom; Advice to kids: “You are what you eat.”

ANDY ROSETTI’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

GP 11 11

PAT 0-0 0-0

Scoring FG 0-0 0-0

Pts 0 0

A� Yds 43 1479 43 1479

Avg 34.4 34.4

Lng 52 52

Pun�ng Blk TB 0 2 0 2

FC 10 10

50+ I20 4 12 4 12


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86

ZACK SELF 6-3

TIGHT END

250

So.

10

TORREY SLAVEN 6-1

190

So.

Winfield, Tenn. • Oneida HS Physical Education 2010: Made four appearances against Charleston (Aug. 28), Western Carolina (Sep. 11), Urbana (Sep. 18) and Brevard (Oct. 30), all Tusculum wins (4-0)... Rushed for 10 yards on two carries at WCU... 2009: Redshirt... Threw a 30-yard TD pass with 55 seconds remaining in the Tusculum Spring Football Game to lead Team Black to a 22-19 win... High School: Graduated from Oneida (Tenn.) HS... Coached by Tony Lambert... Le�ered in football and basketball... Two-�me All-Region (2007, 2008) and 2008 All-Tri-County... 2008 Region Offensive MVP... Led senior squad to State semifinals... Posted a 20-4 record as a star�ng quarterback during his prep career... Passed for 2,100 yards, while rushing for 1,200 yards... Personal: Full name is Torrey Garth Slaven... Born July 25, 1991 in Winder, Ga... Son of Barry Slaven, Jr. and Tammy Crowley... Brother - Barry Slaven, III (25)... Majoring in Physical Educa�on... Plans to become a P.E. teacher and football coach following gradua�on... Hobbies and ac�vi�es listed, include: Four-wheeling, swimming, basketball and golf... Favorite book: The Bible; Favorite class at Tusculum: Computer as a Tool; Favorite midnight snack: Taco Bell; Favorite movie: “Blow”; Favorite musical ar�st: Tupac; Favorite sports team: Atlanta Falcons; Torrey can’t imagine a week without: His cell phone; Torrey is as good as anyone at: Ea�ng hot wings; Least favorite food: Chinese; Favorite athlete: Michael Vick; Most thrilling moment in sports: Winning the 10th game in 2008 to go 10-0 and win the region; Advice to kids: “Never be sa�sfied, strive to be be�er”; Favorite color: Blue; Favorite food: Mexican; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; Person Torrey most admires: Tupac Shakur; Shoe size: 11 1/2; Most famous person Torrey has ever met: Terrell Owens; The thing Torrey admires most about Coach DeBusk: His honesty; Two words to describe the way Torrey plays football: All out; What people don’t know about Torrey: He snaps his fingers using only his middle and index fingers; When he was a kid, Torrey tried to be like: Michael Jordan.

TORREY SLAVEN’S CAREER STATISTICS GP 4 4

Year 2010 Totals

GP 4 4

Passing A� Cmp Int Pct 1 0 0 .000 1 0 0 .000 Rushing A� Yds Avg TD Lng 4 15 3.8 0 8 4 15 3.8 0 8

Yds 0 0

TD 0 0 Rec 0 0

Lng Avg 0.0 0.0 Receiving Yds Avg TD Lng 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 -

Tusculum student sec�on at Pioneer Field

285

So.

Seymour, Tenn. • Seymour HS Business Management Information Technology

2010: Played in all 11 games... High School: Graduated from Lakewood Ranch HS in Bradenton, Fla... Coached by James Williams... Le�ered four years in football... Two-�me All-Conference and All-County honoree (2008, 2009)... Led team to District and Region �tles in his last two prep campaigns (2008, 2009)... Personal: Full name is Zachary Allen Self... Born July 24, 1992 in Lexington, Ky... Nickname: “Daddy”... Majoring in Sports Science... Hobbies include: hopscotch and collec�ng leather bound books... Favorite midnight snack: Protein Bar; Favorite movie: “Quest to the Whispering Eye”; Favorite musical ar�st: Hannah Montana; Favorite saying by Coach DeBusk: “Live and in color”; Favorite song: “Kick Start my Heart” by Motley Crue; Favorite sports team: Tusculum Pioneers; Zack can’t imagine a week without: Football; Zack is as good as anyone at: Break dancing; Least favorite food: Cole slaw; Favorite athlete: James Williams; Favorite color: Blue; Favorite food: Steak; Most famous person Zack has ever met: Zack Thomas; Best thing about Zack: His “pinky” toes.

Year 2010 Totals

6-5

DEFENSIVE LINE

Sarasota, Fla. • Lakewood Ranch HS Sports Science

QUARTERBACK

91

NICK SMITH

2010: Played in 10 games and recorded a tackle in eight of the those ou�ngs... Finished the year with 24 tackles, including four for loss and a sack... Made a season-best seven tackles against Brevard (Oct. 30), including a sack... Broke up a pass each in first two contests vs. Charleston (Aug. 28) and Findlay (Sep. 4)... Recorded five stops against Carson-Newman (Nov. 13) and four at Wingate (Oct. 16)... High School: Graduated from Seymour (Tenn.) HS... Three-�me All-Conference (2007, 2008, 2009)... Played in the Border Bowl game... Personal: Full name is Nicholas William Smith... Born June 30, 1992 in Galveston, Texas... Son of Roger and Amy Smith... Brothers - Zack (20), Jacob (7)... Majoring in Business Management Informa�on Technology... Mathema�cs minor... Hobbies include working on cars, speakers and target shoo�ng... Favorite class at Tusculum: Computer as a Tool; Favorite midnight snack: Donut S�cks; Favorite movie: “Public Enemy”; Favorite musical ar�st: Wiz Khalifa; Favorite song: “Hustle Hard” remix; Favorite sports team: Los Angeles Lakers; Least favorite food: Sushi; Favorite athlete: Kobe Bryant; Advice to kids: “Don’t do drugs”; Favorite colors: Orange and Black; Favorite food: Chicken; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; Person Nick most admires: Coach Kevin Weston; Most famous person Nick has ever met: Terrell Owens; Two words to describe the way Nick plays football: Aggressive, gressive, destruc�ve; When he was a kid, Nick tried to be like: His father; What people don’t know about Nick: He’s good at dri�ing.

NICK SMITH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

GP 10 10

UA A TOT 12 12 24 12 12 24

TFL-Yds 4-4 4-4

Sk-Yds 1-2 1-2

INT-Yds 0-0 0-0

TD 0 0

PD 2 2

FF 0 0

Blk 0 0

15

TERRENCE SMITH DEFENSIVE LINE

FR-Yds 0-0 0-0

6-6

240

Sr.

Riverdale, Ga. • North Clayton HS Business Management 2011: Preseason All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team... 2010: Daktronics Division II All-Region Second Team...Football Gaze�e All-Region Third Team... All-South Atlan�c Conference Second Team... Led the Pioneers with 16 tackles for loss, which are �ed for the third most in school history... Finished with 48 tackles (5th on the team), including three sacks, four pass break-ups, forced two fumbles, recovered one and blocked an extra point... Tallied season-high eight tackles against Carson-Newman (Nov. 13)... Added seven stops vs. Brevard (Oct. 30) and six tackles against Urbana (Sep. 18), including four for loss (T5th in TC history)... Forced one fumble each against Brevard and CarsonNewman... Recovered a fumble at Findlay (Sep. 4)... Broke up a pass each vs. Charleston (Aug. 28), Findlay, Western Carolina (Sep. 11) and Brevard... Blocked an extra point vs. Carson-Newman... 2009: Saw ac�on in all 10 games, including starts in the first four games of the season... Posted a season-best seven tackles, including two sacks and three quarterback hurries in road victory at Urbana (Sept. 19)... Made five stops at No. 14 Carson-Newman (Nov. 7)... Tallied four tackles on five occasions, including games against Charleston (Aug. 29), Elizabeth City State (Sept. 12), Brevard (Oct. 10), Catawba (Oct. 17) and Mars Hill (Oct. 31)... Forced a fumble against Catawba... 2008: Played in 12 games, including six starts... Finished the season with 29 tackles, including 10 for loss (-27 yds.) and four sacks... Posted a season-best eight tackles at No. 22 Wingate (Sept. 27), including two for loss (-8 yds.) and a sack... Recorded a sack in three straight games (Sept. 20-Oct. 4)... Added four stops against Elizabeth City State (Sept. 13), including a season-best three behind the line of scrimmage (-5 yds.)... Recovered a fumble against Urbana (Sept. 20)... Forced a fumble against Brevard (Oct. 11)... Made four tackles in collegiate debut against Charleston (Aug. 30), including a sack... 2007: Redshirted… High School: Graduated from North Clayton HS in College Park, Ga… Le�ered four years on the prep gridiron… Personal: Full name is Terrence Juan Smith… Born Feb. 5, 1989 in Atlanta, Ga… Son of Charles and Brenda Smith… Two brothers – Bronston and Renaldo… Majoring in Business Management… Athle�c Director’s Honor Roll...Ac�vi�es listed include: Football and wrestling… Career goal: Plans to own a business; Favorite movie: “Taladaga Nights: The Legend of Ricky Bobby”; Favorite musical ar�st: Lil’ Wayne; Favorite song: “Ge�n’ Rich”; Favorite sports team: Philadelphia Eagles; Favorite color: Orange; Shoe size: 13.

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MEET TERRENCE SMITH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

GP 12 10 11 33

UA 10 15 22 47

A TOT TFL-Yds Sk-Yds INT-Yds 19 29 10-27 4-14 0-0 24 39 4-8 2-4 0-0 26 48 16-31 3-14 0-0 69 116 30-66 9-32 0-0

TD 0 0 0 0

PD FF 0 1 1 1 4 2 5 4

FR-Yds Blk 1-0 0 0-0 0 1-0 1 2-0 1

81

XZANVION SMITH 5-11

WIDE RECEIVER

190

So.

Anderson, S.C. • Westside HS Biology 2010: Saw ac�on in all 11 games... Made three recep�ons for 122 yards on the season, including a touchdown... First collegiate catch was a 73-yard TD recep�on at Western Carolina (Sep. 11) for the 13th longest comple�on in school history... Posted two recep�ons for 49 yards at Catawba, including a 47-yard catch... Averaged 40.7 yards per grab... Accounted for 11 kickoff returns for 132 yards... Longest return was for 21 yards at Mars Hill (Oct. 2)... Also made nine tackles on TC’s special teams, including three against Newberry (Oct. 2) and two in his collegiate debut vs. Charleston (Aug. 28)... High School: Graduated from Westside HS in Anderson, S.C... Coached by Ted Luckadoo... Le�ered four years in football and track & field... 2009 All-Conference and All-State honroee... 2009 Team MVP... Personal: Full name is Xzanvion Jamelle Smith... Born Sept. 29, 1991 in Greenwood, S.C... Son of Ralph and Jennie Haley... Nickname: “XMan”, “Zay”; Siblings - Tauras Smith (21), Daquan Smith (16)... Majoring in Biology... Ac�vi�es listed include: Singing, running, X-Box 360... Career goal: Own a law firm/ become a professional football player; Favorite book: The Bible; Favorite midnight snack: Easy Mac; Favorite musical ar�st: Marvin Sapp; Favorite song: “No Weapon” by Fred Hammond; Favorite sports teams: Miami Heat, Indianapolis Colts; Xzanvion is as good as anyone at: Running; Least favorite food: Squash; Favorite athlete: Stephen Curry; Advice to kids: “You never fail un�l you stop trying”; Favorite color: Black; Favorite sport other than football: Track & field; Most famous person Xzanvion has ever met: Nick Cannon; Toughest player Xzanvion has ever played against: Deandre Hopkins; When he was a kid, Xzanvion tried to be like: Randy Moss.

XZANVION SMITH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year 2010 Totals

GP 11 11

Year 2010 Totals

GP 11 11

Rushing A� Yds 0 0 0 0 Punt Returns No. Yds. 0 0 0 0

Year 2010 Totals

GP 11 11

UA 6 6

A TOT 3 9 3 9

Avg 0.0 0.0

TD 0 0

Lng -

Avg 0.0 0.0

Rec 3 3

TD Lng No. 0 11 0 11 Defense TFL-Yds Sk-Yds INT-Yds TD 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0

Receiving Yds Avg TD 122 40.7 1 122 40.7 1 Kickoff Returns Yds Avg TD 132 12.0 0 132 12.0 0 PD 0 0

FF 0 0

FR-Yds 0-0 0-0

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PIONEERS

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JOSH STONE OFFENSIVE LINE

Lng 21 21 Blk 0 0

30 - 2011 Tusculum Football

Sr.

2010: Played in seven games, while earning a start in six of those ou�ngs... 2009: Started in all 10 contests in his sophomore campaign... Blocked a field goal a�empt in Tusculum’s road win at Urbana (Sept. 19)... 2008: Started in all 13 games, seeing most of his ac�on at right tackle... Solid performer in his first collegiate season... 2007: Redshirt… High School: Played his prep career at DeKalb County HS in Smithville, Tenn... Coached by Steve Trapp... Le�ered four seasons... Named 2006 Region III 4A Defensive Lineman of the Year... All-Region... Team MVP... 2006 Stats: 97 tackles, 7 sacks, 4 blocked kicks (3 FG, 1 punt); Played running back in two games in 2005... Rushed for 108 yards in those two ou�ngs... Personal: Full name is Joshua Eugene Stone... Born Dec. 13, 1988 in Smithville, Tenn... Nickname: “Stone”... Son of Carlin and Sandra Stone... Has three younger brothers - Hunter (14) and twins Tyler (9) and Taylor (9)... Majoring in Sports Science with a minor in Coaching... Ac�vites include video games... Community service includes volunter work at an animal shelter, “Lunch Buddies” program and Adopta-Highway program... Favorite book: “Harry “Harry Po�er”; Favorite class at Tusculum: Environmental Science; Favorite midnight snack: Taco Bell; Favorite movie: “300”; Favorite musical ar�st: Yo Ge�, Drake; Josh is as good as anyone at: Arguing; Least favorite food: Onions; Favorite sports teams: Tennessee Titans, Atlanta Braves; Favorite athlete: Ray Lewis; Josh can’t imagine a week without: Video games; Most impressive person Josh has ever met: His Uncle Doc; Most thrilling moment in sports: Playing in the 2008 NCAA II Playoffs; Favorite color: Green; Favorite Food: Steak; Favorite sports other than football: Baseball; Shoe Size: 14; Advice to kids: “Hard work pays off ”; Toughest player Josh has ever played against: Adrian Samples; When he was a kid, Josh tried to be like: Michael Jordan.

48

QUINTEN TALLEY 6-0

220

So.

South Pittsburg, Tenn. • South Pittsburg HS Education 2010: Did not play... High School: Graduated from South Pi�sburg (Tenn.) HS... Coached by Vic Grider... Le�ered four years in football and track... All-State, All-Conference... Best of Preps and played in the Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Game in 2007 and 2008... Two-�me Best Defensive Lineman Award recipient... Personal: Full name is Quinten Lain Talley... Born May 1, 1989 in Sco�sboro, Ala... Son of Dora Fennell... Siblings: Kaitnez (21), Jiajuan (19), Keshaun (7)... Majoring in Educa�on... Plans to become a teacher... Favorite class at Tusculum: Health Issue; Favorite midnight snack: Sour Patch Kids; Favorite movie: “The Wood”; Favorite saying by Coach DeBusk: “Everything a�er 12 isn’t good”; Favorite song: “Lost My Mind” by Young Jeezy; Favorite sports team: Tampa Bay Buccaneers; How Quinten gets ready for a game: Listens to music and thinks about the game plan... Quinten can’t imagine a week without: Taking a nap; in sports: Winning State in his senior Favorite athlete: Adrian Peterson; Most thrilling moment m year; Advice to kids: kids “Don’t be like me, be be�er than me”; Favorite color: Blue; Favorite food: Mexican Mexi food; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; Person Quinten admires the most: His mother; Shoe size: 12; The thing Quinten admires most about Coach DeBusk: He’s a good man and coach; What people don’t know about Quinten: He can sing; When he was a kid, Quinten tried to be like: Batman.

ROSTER BREAKDOWN

Pioneer Marching Band performing during its inaugural season

290

Smithville, Tenn. • DeKalb County HS Sports Science

LINEBACKER Lng 73 73

6-1

B� C���� Freshmen..................................................87 Sophomores .............................................29 Juniors ........................................................9 Seniors ......................................................17 B� P������� Defensive Backs ........................................35 Wide Receivers .........................................27 Defensive Linemen ...................................20 Linebackers ...............................................18 Offensive Linemen ....................................18 Running Backs ..........................................11 Quarterbacks ..............................................5 Tight Ends ...................................................4 Placekickers/Punters ..................................3 Long Snappers ............................................1

B� S����/C������ Alabama .....................................................2 California ....................................................3 Florida ......................................................16 Georgia .....................................................54 Kentucky .....................................................3 Nevada .......................................................1 Ohio ............................................................1 South Carolina ..........................................26 Tennessee .................................................35 Virginia .......................................................1


MEET

THE

PIONEERS

95

FRED WALKER DEFENSIVE LINE

6-1

300

Sr.

Danville, Calif. • Diablo Valley JC • Monte Vista HS Psychology/Physical Education 2010: Did not play... 2009: Redshirt... Diablo Valley College: Coached by Mike Barr at the Pleasant Hill, Calif. school... Garnered Defensive Player of the Week honors at nose guard... High School: Graduated from Monte Vista HS in Danville, Calif... Coached by Craig Bergman... All-League selec�on... 2006 Defensive MVP... 2007 Most Valuable Lineman and Defensive MVP... Recorded 40 consecu�ve starts on the offensive and defensive line... Personal: Full name is Fred Sasan Walker... Born April 8, 1989 in Los Angeles, Calif... Majoring in Psychology and Physical Educa�on... Favorite midnight snack: Protein shake... Favorite movie: “Braveheart”; Favorite musical ar�st: Lil’ Wayne; Favorite song: “No Qui�er, Go Ge�er”; Favorite sports team: Pi�sburgh Steelers; How Fred gets ready for a game: Listens to speech from the movie, “Braveheart” given by Mel Gibson, portraying William Wallace; Fred can’t imagine a week without: Football; Fred is as good as anyone at: Stopping the run; Least favorite food: Brussel sprouts; Favorite athlete: Albert Haynesworth; Advice to kids: “Don’t do drugs”; Favorite color: Blue; Favorite food: Pizza; Fred’s favorite sport other than football: Tennis; Person Fred most admires: His mother; Shoe size: 14; Best advice Fred has ever been given: “Don’t ever stop”; Best thing about Fred: What he does between the lines; Most important thing Fred has learned at Tusculum: Having the responsibility of being on his own; What people don’t know about Fred: He can fix computers; When he was a kid, he tried to be like: Michael Jordan; Why Fred chose Tusculum: He saw it as a program he could thrive in.

44

SKYLAR WEST LONG SNAPPER

6-5

220

Jr.

Oneida, Tenn. • Oneida HS Sports Science 2011: Preseason All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team... 2010: All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team... Graded out at 100 percent on his 120 special team snaps as the Pioneers didn’t have a single punt, field goal or extra point blocked on the season... One of only two mul�-All-Conference long snappers in school history... 2009: All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team... Played in all 10 games at long-snapper for the Pioneers as a true freshman... Very consistent performer on the Tusculum punt coverage unit as well as the TC field goal and PAT squads... Finished the season with four tackles on special teams... First collegiate stop was a solo hit at Elizabeth City State (Sept. 19)... Tallied stops against Wingate (Sept. 24), Brevard (Oct. 10) and Catawba (Oct. 17)... High School: Graduated from Oneida (Tenn.) HS... Coached by Tony Lambert... Two-�me All-Region selec�on as a receiver... Career stats: 30 recep�ons, 750 yards, 15 TD... Led team to 2008 Region championship and State semifinals... Le�ered four seasons on the gridiron... Oneida went 13-1 in 2008 and finishing in the semifinals... Team ranked No. 2 in the state... Personal: Full name is Skylar Shay West... Born June 8, 1990 in Knoxville, Tenn... Guardians - Melvin and Carolyn Newport... Brother - Jordan West... Majoring in Sports Science... Coaching minor... Plans to join the U.S. Marine Corps following gradua�on... Ac�vi�es include hun�ng, fishing, working on cars and four-wheeling... Favorite Book: The Bible; Favorite midnight snack: Oreos; Favorite movie: “Green Street Holigans”, “Band of Brothers”; Favorite musical ar�st: Jason Aldeon; Favorite song: “Blue on Block”; Favorite sports teams: Florida Gators, Green Bay Packers, Boston Cel�cs, Boston Red Sox; Favorite athlete: Deion Sanders; Most thrilling moment in sports: Scoring game-winning TD in his junior year against Harriman; Favorite colors: Orange, Blue; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; Person Skylar admires most: His uncle, Dus�n Posey; Shoe size: 13 1/2; The thing Skylar admires most about Coach DeBusk: His honesty; Toughest player Skylar has ever played against: Ray Robinson; Two words to describe the way Skylar plays football: Wide open; When he was a kid, Skylar tried to be like: Deion Sanders; Most famous person Skylar has ever met: Terrell Owens; If Skylar won $1 million: He would by a Shelby Mustang Cobra and a big home.

85

BRYCE WHALEY WIDE RECEIVER

5-10

165 RFr.

Sevierville, Tenn. • Sevier County HS Sport Management 2010: Redshirt... High School: Graduated from Sevier County HS in Sevierville, Tenn... Coached by Steve Brewer... Le�ered three years in football and four years in track... 2009 All-Conference selec�on... Recipient of the 110% Award... Led Sevier County to 10-0 record... Stats: 33 recep�ons, 739 yards, 4 TD; 24.7 yards per recep�on... Personal: Full name is Bryce Butler Whaley... Born March 10, 1992 in Sevierville, Tenn... Son of Gregg Whaley and Troyenna Gifford... Nickname: “B. Whay”, “Wale”... Majoring in Sport Management... Plans to be a high school or college coach... Favorite book: The Bible; Favorite class at Tusculum: CPR/First Aid; Favorite midnight snack: Cereal; Favorite movie: “The Other Guys”; Favorite musical ar�sts: Gucci Mane, Soulja Boy, Waka Flocka, Future, 50 Cent, Notorious B.I.G.; Favorite song: “Racks”; Favorite saying by Coach DeBusk: “Turn your hands around”; Favorite sports teams: Tennessee Volunteers, Butler Bulldogs; Bryce can’t imagine a week without: Cell Phone, Facebook; Least favorite food: Vegetables; Favorite athlete: Kobe Bryant, Lebron James, Terrell Owens; Favorite color: Purple; Favorite food: French fries; Favorite sport other than football: Soccer; Most famous person Bryce has ever met: Relient K. Hoopz; If Bryce won $1 million: He would pay off school, buy a house/car and help his family.

49

AL WILSON, II LINEBACKER

5-10

210

So.

Covington, Ga. • Alcovy HS Film & Broadcasting 2010: Did not play... 2009: Redshirt... High School: Le�ered two years on the gridiron at Alcovy HS in Covington, Ga... Coached by Kirk Hoffmann...2008 Team captain...2008 Coaches Award recipient... Stats: 2008-60 tackles (42 solos, 18 unassisted), 3 sacks, 6 pass break-ups, 2 fumble recoveries, including a TD... Also le�ered twice in soccer... Personal: Full name is Altoine Bouvier Wilson, II... Born Nov. 22, 1991 in Miami, Fla... Nickname: “Al”; Son of Altoine and Rusio Wilson... Siblings: Brother - Alyx (16); Sister - Aleizha (14)... Majoring in Film & Broadcas�ng... Minor in Psychology... Plans to become a T.V. news anchor or radio personality... Hobbies include: Working out, playing video games, swimming... His grandfather (Allan Wilson) and father both played football at Bethune-Cookman... Favorite book: “Anthem” by Ayn Rand; Favorite class at Tusculum: Psychology 101; Favorite midnight snack: Honey Buns; Favorite movie: “Life”; Favorite musical ar�st: Wiz Khalifa; Favorite song: “Dear Mama” by Tupac; Favorite sports team: Miami Hurricanes; Altoine is as good as anyone at: Swimming; Least favorite food: Brussel Sprouts; Favorite athlete: Brian Dawkins; Most thrilling moment in sports: Scoring a defensive TD; Advice to kids: “Keep dreaming”; Favorite color: Tan; Favorite food: Steak, lobster; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; Person Altoine admires most: His cousing, Almahn; Shoe size: 11 1/2; The thing Altoine admires most about Coach DeBusk: He is always calm; Toughest part of being a student-athlete: The weight room; Two words to describe the way Altoine plays football: Smart, fast; When he was a kid, Altoine tried to be like: His father.

74

JASON WYNN OFFENSIVE LINE

6-3

285

Jr.

Fontana, Calif. • Chaffey CC • West Valley HS Exploratory Junior College: A�ended Mt. San Jacinto (2009) and Chaffey (2010) Community Colleges... Coached by Casey Mazzo�a at Mt. San Jacinto and Carl Beach at Chaffey... High School: Graduated from West Valley HS in Hemet, Calif... Coached by Sco� McRitchie and Jason Thornburg... CIF 3A Southern Sec�on Champion... Personal: Full name is Jason Michael Wynn... Born April 13, 1991 in Fontana, Calif... Son of Brian M. Wynn, Sr. and Renee’ Stephens... Grandson of Mary Taylor... Siblings - Aaron Wynn, Diamond Parker... Cousins of former Tusculum All-America point guard Jasmine Gunn... Exploratory major... Ac�vi�es include: Ea�ng, watching ESPN Sportscenter, working out and studying... Favorite midnight snack: Oreos; Favorite movie: “Friday”; Favorite sports team: Los Angeles Lakers; Favorite athlete: Kevin Garne�; Advice to kids: “Be pa�ent”; Most thrilling moment in sports: Winning a high school championship; Favorite color: Black; Favorite food: Chicken enchilladas; Favorite sport other than football: Basketball; Person Jason most admires: His grandmother; Toughest player Jason has ever played against: Kyle Pa�erson; If Jason won $1 million: He would give it all to his grandmother.

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MEET Name Irim Aiken, II Sha-Ron Anthony Cortez Beck Ethan Belasic Travius Blair Jacob Bridwell Thomas Burde�e Brandon Burkey Zachary Capehart Corey Carson DeMarcus Copeland Logan Cornelius Darius Craven Darius Cunningham Jevante Davenport CJ Dawson, II Jake Dillon Eric Dulin Dijon Elder Anthony Farley Craig Franklin Kenny Funnye Spencer Hall Christopher Harden Ikelan Helms Marquise Henderson Anthony Hillman Cornelius Hudson George Jackson, II K-Ron Jefferson Christopher Johnson Foloronshu Johnson Rocky Jones Kenneth Judson Jamian Kelly Jivonte Kemp-Davis Nick Lawson John Lucas Cashaud Lyons Johnathan Lytle Niquay Mack Steven Ma�hews Collier McConnell Stanthony Nelms Daniel Nicely Tyrell Pearson Ricardo Penn, Jr. Dekeshion Phiffer Charlie Phillips Nigel Pierre Wesley Powell Brad Reid Iziah Rutledge Jonathan Smith B.J. Spradlin Corliss Stone Chaz Story AJ Strange Wes Strong Antonio Su�on Cameron Tallent Cortney Tucker Joshua Tyler Terrence Tyson Alexander Vick Joe Wright Mykel Wyvet Cody Younce Zachary Young

Pos. WR/DB DB DB OL WR OL DB PK OL LB DB K WR OL DB WR K DB DL DB DB WR WR LB WR DL WR RB OL LB WR DB DL DL DB DL OL RB DL DL WR DB WR WR OL DB DB DB OL DB TE DL DL LB RB WR LB LB LB DB QB DB DL DB WR LB RB QB OL

32 - 2011 Tusculum Football

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

Wt. 185 160 175 300 160 275 200 200 265 230 160 190 170 275 180 185 175 175 315 155 175 185 165 190 170 210 185 165 265 190 160 175 225 190 185 175 345 185 270 235 165 170 205 185 255 170 170 170 270 175 255 230 250 190 210 175 235 180 190 165 190 175 210 185 180 230 180 160 290

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NEWCOMERS

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ATHLETIC SUPPORT STAFF DEBORAH DAVIS Associate Athletic Director NCAA Compliance • Senior Woman Administrator 16th Year • Tusculum College, 1997 Deborah Davis is in her 16th year on the Tusculum College Athle�c staff. Davis, a na�ve of Milan, Tenn., has served the Pioneer athle�cs department in a variety of roles. Davis holds the �tles of Associate Athle�c Director, Senior Woman Administrator and oversees NCAA Compliance for Tusculum’s 14 intercollegiate sports. As Associate Athle�c Director, Davis is responsible for the day-to-day opera�on of the athle�cs department. Davis is entering her seventh year as Tusculum’s NCAA Compliance Officer. She is responsible for tracking student-athlete eligibility and Tusculum’s con�nued compliance with NCAA rules and regula�ons. She is serving as chair of the South Atlan�c Conference Compliance Officers Commi�ee and the SAC Senior Woman Administrators commi�ee. She holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from Tusculum College. In 1997, she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Organiza�onal Management, gradua�ng Magna Cum Laude. Davis followed that in 1999 with her Master’s degree in the same field from Tusculum. She is married to Mr. Sco� Davis and they are the parents of two daughters, Kandice and Amber and have two grandsons, Ty and Trey.

RANDY LOGGINS

guided the Eagles to a record five NAIA regional championship appearances. Joy’s teams claimed two Mid-South Region �tles and earned back-to-back berths in the NAIA Na�onal Championships in 1994 and 1995. His squads were also ranked in the NAIA Top 20 during all five seasons, and remarkably, his teams never lost a conference match during his watch. For his efforts, the 1978 University of Kentucky graduate has earned NAIA District 32, NSCAA/Umbro Midsouth and Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year accolades. More impressively, he has been nominated three �mes for Na�onal Coach of the Year considera�on. In 1990, Joy returned to his alma mater to start the women’s soccer program at Kentucky. While compe���ng as a club team, the Lady Kats posted a 20-12-2 record during his two seasons in Lexington. Joy served double-duty on the Pioneer athle�cs staff for three years, also ac�ng as head coach of the Tusculum men and women’s tennis programs. In his successful three-year run at the net, he accounted for a combined 79-64 record for both programs. The 2000-01 season was his finest, as the men’s squad posted a 13-8 tally and finished third in the South Atlan�c Conference. The women’s team also shined that year, as the Pioneers went 13-10 and became the first Tusculum team to earn a berth in the NCAA Division II Tournament. For his efforts in the 2000-01 season, Joy was honored by his peers as the recipient of the Art Argauer Award, which recognizes the Tusculum College Coach of the Year of the school’s 14 sponsored sports. He earned the Argaurer Award again in the 2006-07 campaign. He is also the director and founder of the “Joy of Soccer” camp, which has just completed its 17th year. Joy and his wife Kathy, who is an academic advisor for the Tusculum College Graduate and Professional Studies program, are the parents of three children, Heather, Lesli, and Jus�n. Heather graduated from Tusculum in 1999 a�er two seasons as goalkeeper. Lesli is a graduate of Midway College, and Jus�n currently lives in Lexington, Ky. Coach Joy also has one grandson, Tyler and four granddaughters, Madison, Brooklynn, Jaydan, and Briana.

TOM STUEBER Faculty Athletic Representative 6th Year • Marshall University, 1989

Assistant Athletic Director 5th Year • Tusculum College, 2006

lege.

Randy Loggins is entering his fi�h year as Assistant Athle�c Director at Tusculum Col-

Loggins, a 2006 Tusculum graduate, serves as the business manager for the athle�c department, overseeing the budgets for all 14 sponsored sports. He assists with NCAA compliance, game-day opera�ons, promo�ons, football season �cket sales and support for all internal opera�ons. He also serves as the department liason for all summer sports camp and the Pioneer Student Athlete Advisory Council. Loggins came to the Greeneville campus in 2003 as a member of the Pioneer football team. The Stockton, Calif. na�ve le�ered on the offensive line for two seasons, including TC’s South Atlan�c Conference Championship campaign in 2003. The Pioneers posted a combined 15-6 record during his two years at Tusculum. In 2005, he served as a student assistant football coach, where he assisted with the defensive backs. Loggins has severed on several commi�ees, including the College’s Quality Enhancement Plan, Community Standards Board and the NCAA Division II Regional Baseball Committee. He has worked with the Greeneville Astros minor league baseball team (2006-08) and will be in his fourth year as a TSSAA football official this fall. Loggins is married to the former Brook Miller of Richmond, Ky. Brook is a 2003 graduate of Tusculum who starred on the Pioneer women’s tennis team. Randy and Brook are the proud parents of one daughter, Kamara Grace, 3.

MIKE JOY Assistant Athletic Director 16th Year • University of Kentucky, 1978 Mike Joy is beginning his first year as Assistant Athle�c Director at Tusculum College. Joy, who has been affiliated with Tusculum for the past 15 years, will also con�nue to guide the women’s soccer program, a post he has held since 1997. Joy will assist with fundraising efforts and special projects within the Tusculum Athle�c Department and its 14 intercollegiate sports. Since his arrival in Greeneville in 1997, TC women’s soccer has established itself as one of the most formidable programs in the South Atlan�c Conference and NCAA Division II. Since 2000, the Pioneers have claimed either the SAC regular season championship, the SAC Tournament �tle or advanced to the NCAA II Tournament in all but two seasons. During his storied tenure, Joy’s teams have claimed four SAC Championships and four SAC Tournament �tles in the last eight years. Tusculum has also accounted for a remarkable 12 straight winning seasons during Joy’s watch. Coach Joy’s squads have grown accustomed to facing tough compe��on, as TC tradi�onally plays a challenging schedule consis�ng of a number of Top 25 opponents. His desire to face some of Division II’s best teams makes Joy’s 181-75-18 coaching record at Tusculum all the more impressive. He is one of the winningest ac�ve coaches in NCAA Division II women’s soccer, ranking fourth with 267 total victories and 16th with a .714 career win percentage. With a 64-20-6 record (.744) against SAC opponents, Joy ranks second all-�me among SAC women’s soccer coaches in league victories (64). He also places second with 181 overall wins (since 1998). A na�ve of Dallas, Texas, Joy came to Tusculum a�er a successful five-year run at Midway College. While at the Midway, Ky. school, Joy posted an impressive 86-25-5 record, while capturing five consecu�ve Kentucky Intercollegiate Athle�c Conference (KIAC) �tles. He also

Tom Stueber is beginning his second year as the Faculty Athle�cs Representa�ve at Tusculum College and his sixth as Assistant Athle�c trainer. He is also star�ng his second year as Director of the Athle�c Training Educa�on Program at Tusculum. The faculty athle�cs representa�ve (FAR) at Tusculum is a member of the faculty or administra�ve staff who is designated by the president to represent the ins�tu�on and its faculty in the ins�tu�on’s rela�onships with the NCAA and the South Atlan�c Conference. The FAR is ac�ve in maintaining the academic integrity within the athle�cs program, assis�ng with the overall student-athlete well-being as well as assists with the ins�tu�onal control of the athle�cs program. Stueber, a na�ve of Pine Bush, N.Y, came to Tusculum from William Woods University in Fulton, Mo., where he served as Athle�c Training Educa�on Program Director since 1998. At Tusculum, he is the cer�fied athle�c trainer for the sports of men and women’s tennis, while also serving as an assistant professor in Athle�c Training Educa�on Program. While in Missouri, he also worked at the Capital Region Medical Center in Jefferson City where he provided sports medicine out-reach services. From 1994-98, he was a clinical athle�c trainer at the Healthworks division of the Audrian Medical Center in Mexico, Mo. In 1993, he was an adjunct faculty member at Shawnee State University in Portsmouth, Ohio. Prior to that, he served as a clinical athle�c trainer with the Sco� Orthopedic Center in Hun�ngton, W.Va. Stueber is a 1989 graduate of Marshall University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Athle�c Training. He followed that with a Masters degree from Ohio University in 1992. While at Ohio, he served as a graduate assistant athle�c trainer. In the summer of 1991, he was an athle�c trainer with the Newburgh Raiders Minor-Professional Football Team in New York. Stueber is cer�fied by the Na�onal Athle�c Trainers Associa�on (NATA) and is a clinical instructor educator with the NATA Educa�onal Council. He has taken American Red Cross Instructor Training in CPR for the Professional Rescuer and Community First Aid & Safety. He is a member of the Tennessee Athle�c Trainers Society and a former member of the Missouri Athle�c Trainers Associa�on. He is also a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. In 2004, he was the recipient of a Presiden�al Cita�on for significant contribu�on to academic life at William Woods University. Stueber is married to the former Rhonda “Ronnie” Brady of Weirton, W.Va. and they are the proud parents of one son Tanner, 14, and two daughters, Sydney, 14, and Zoe, 8.

CORY PRATT Athletic Intern 1st Year • Tusculum College, 2011 Cory Pra� is entering his first year as an intern in the Tusculum College Athle�cs department. He has served within the department on numerous occasions as a student at Tennessee’s oldest college, but is beginning his first year as intern. Pra� assists with game-day management, marke�ng and promo�ons, team travel and the Pioneer Student-Athlete Advisory Commi�ee. Pra� graduated from Tusculum in May 2011 where he earned his Bachelor’s degree while majoring in Sport Management. He is currently pursuing his Master’s degree in Human Resources. The Morristown, Tenn. na�ve was a wide receiver on the Morristown West High School football team during his prep career. Cory is married to the former Olivia Rhodes of Morristown and the couple resides in White Pine, Tenn. His hobbies and ac�vi�es includes sports, especially fishing.

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2010 STATISTICS 2010 TUSCULUM FOOTBALL RESULTS

Overall: 6-5 SAC: 2-5 Home: 3-2 Away: 3-3 Date Opponent W/L Score Aug. 28 CHARLESTON (W.Va.) W 24-12 Sept. 4 at Findlay W 16-3 Sept. 11 at Western Carolina W 54-30 Sept. 18 URBANA W 39-36 Oct. 2 at Mars Hill* L 39-45 Oct. 9 NEWBERRY* (HC) L 56-63 Oct. 16 at Wingate* L 27-33 Oct. 23 at Lenoir-Rhyne* L 31-34 Oct. 30 BREVARD* W 51-35 Nov. 6 at Catawba* W 54-44 Nov. 13 CARSON-NEWMAN* L 48-49 *South Atlan�c Conference Game HC - Homecoming Game

A�. 2011 1136 4471 1007 3990 2222 2367 2396 2399 2874 3298

HOME GAMES IN BOLD

Team Sta�s�cs TC Opp Scoring .......................................................................439 ............................ 384 Points Per Game ..............................................39.9 ........................... 34.9 First Downs ................................................................276 ............................ 231 Rushing ...............................................................47 ............................ 109 Passing ..............................................................203 .............................. 95 Penalty ................................................................26 .............................. 27 Rushing Yardage ........................................................658 .......................... 2109 Yards gained rushing.........................................916 .......................... 2481 Yards lost rushing .............................................258 ............................ 372 Rushing a�empts..............................................267 ............................ 468 Average per rush ...............................................2.5 ............................. 4.5 Average per game............................................59.8 ......................... 191.7 TDs rushing .........................................................11 .............................. 24 Passing Yardage .......................................................4673 .......................... 2465 A�-Comp-Int ........................................ 608-395-12 ..................315-162-8 Average per pass ...............................................7.7 ............................. 7.8 Average per catch ............................................11.8 ........................... 15.2 Average per game..........................................424.8 ......................... 224.1 TDs passing .........................................................38 .............................. 23 Total Offense ...........................................................5331 .......................... 4574 Total plays .........................................................875 ............................ 783 Average per play ................................................6.1 ............................. 5.8 Average per game..........................................484.6 ......................... 415.8 Kickoff Returns: No. – Yards............................... 64-1160 ..................... 72-1810 Punt Returns: No. – Yards .................................... 26-198 ........................... 7-26 INT Returns: No. – Yards .......................................... 8-90 ......................... 12-98 Kick Return Average .................................................18.1 ........................... 25.1 Punt Return Average ..................................................7.6 ............................. 3.7 INT Return Average ..................................................11.2 ............................. 8.2 Fumbles – Lost......................................................... 15-9 ......................... 28-14 Penal�es – Yards .................................................. 97-915 ....................... 83-714 Average Per Game ...........................................83.2 ........................... 64.9 Punts – Yards ..................................................... 43-1479 ..................... 60-2202 Average Per Punt .............................................34.4 ........................... 36.7 Net Punt Average.............................................32.9 ........................... 32.1 Time of Possession Per Game ................................28:02 ......................... 31:58 3rd-Down Conversions.......................................... 78/170 .......................54/161 3rd-Down Percentage .......................................46% ........................... 34% 4th-Down Conversions.............................................. 6/16 .........................10/16 4th-Down Percentage .......................................38% ........................... 62% Sacks By Yards...................................................... 26-168 ....................... 36-202 Miscellaneous Yards ......................................................0 ................................ 0 Touchdowns Scored.....................................................54 .............................. 50 Field Goal A�empts ............................................... 21-26 ......................... 12-15 On-Side Kicks ............................................................. 1-4 ............................. 0-1 Red-Zone Scores ............................................ 51-56/91% .................41-49/84% Red-Zone Touchdowns .................................. 36-56/64% .................30-49/61% PAT-A�empts ................................................. 48-49/98% .................40-45/89% A�endance ............................................................10937 ........................ 17234 Games/Average Per Game.......................... 5/2187 .......................6/2872 Score By Quarters 1 Tusculum ........................ 112 Opponents ...................... 118

2 135 86

3 74 75

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TOT 439 384

Rushing GP-GS Brian Marshall ......... 11Fred Jones ...................6 Chad Blakely ............ 11Deonte’ Gist......... 11-11 Jeffrey Booker ..............9 Bo Cordell ............ 11-11 Torrey Slaven ............. 4Gareth Rowlands ... 11-0 Michael Rodriquez10-10 Chad Coleman ...........10 Joshua McKie .............10 Zachary Norman .. 11-11 Team ..........................11 Total .........................11 Opponents ...............11 Passing GP-GS Bo Cordell .........11-11 Andy Rose� .......11-0 Torrey Slaven ........4-0 Total ..................... 11 Opponents ........... 11

A� 75 28 35 5 5 97 4 1 1 4 1 1 10 267 468 Eff 146.54 117.20 0.00 146.21 136.18

Gain 296 147 145 27 26 227 18 9 7 7 5 1 1 916 2481

Loss 15 7 8 0 2 204 3 0 0 1 0 0 18 258 372

Cmp 394 1 0 395 162

A� 605 2 1 608 315

Receiving GP-GS Deonte’ Gist................... 11-11 Rashaad Carter .............. 11-11 Michael Rodriquez......... 10-10 Calvin Bri� ..................... 11-11 Brian Marshall ................... 11Chad Blakely ....................... 11 Fred Jones ............................ 6 Xzanvion Smith ................... 11 Joshua McKie ...................... 10 Jonathan Lyons ..................... 8 Total .................................. 11 Opponents ........................11

No 96 81 70 59 47 21 14 3 3 1 395 162

Net 281 140 137 27 24 23 15 9 7 6 5 1 -17 658 2109

Avg. 3.7 5.0 3.9 5.4 4.8 0.2 3.8 9.0 7.0 1.5 5.0 1.0 -1.7 2.5 4.5

Int Pct 12 .651 0 .500 0 .000 12 .650 8 .514 Yds 1183 1004 727 952 486 111 70 122 9 9 4673 2465

TD 0 2 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 24

Yds 4657 16 0 4673 2465

Avg 12.3 12.4 10.4 16.1 10.3 5.3 5.0 40.7 3.0 9.0 11.8 15.2

Lng 22 18 14 15 20 16 8 9 5 4 5 1 1 22 79

TD 38 0 0 38 23

TD 8 9 9 9 1 0 0 1 0 1 38 23

Avg/G 25.5 23.3 12.5 2.5 2.7 2.1 3.8 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.1 -1.7 59.8 191.7

Lng Avg/G 75 423.4 16 1.5 0.0 75 424.8 73 224.1 Lng Avg/G 60 107.5 52 91.3 51 72.7 75 86.5 47 44.2 16 10.1 11 11.7 73 11.1 4 0.9 9 1.1 75 424.8 73 224.1

Punt Returns No Rashaad Carter ............................. 17 Deonte’ Gist.................................... 6 TJ Jones........................................... 1 Billy Pooser ..................................... 1 David Li�le...................................... 1 Total ........................................... 26 Opponents ................................... 7

Yds 109 54 0 10 25 198 26

Avg 6.4 9.0 0.0 10.0 25.0 7.6 3.7

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Lng 26 28 0 0 0 28 17

Intercep�ons No Luke Harris ...................................... 2 LiRonta Archie ................................ 1 Jus�n Arrington .............................. 1 Brian Alexander .............................. 1 TJ Jones........................................... 1 John Perry....................................... 1 Kent Aigbe ...................................... 1 Total ............................................. 8 Opponents ................................. 12

Yds 0 58 7 13 1 0 11 90 98

Avg 0.0 58.0 7.0 13.0 1.0 0.0 11.0 11.2 8.2

TD 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

Lng 0 58 7 13 1 0 11 58 44

Kickoff Returns No Deonte’ Gist.................................. 19 Jonathan Lyons ............................. 19 Xzanvion Smith ............................. 11 Rashaad Carter ............................... 7 Chad Coleman ................................ 3 Jus�n Arrington .............................. 2 TJ Jones........................................... 1 Brian Marshall ................................ 1 Fred Jones ...................................... 1 Total ........................................... 64 Opponents ................................. 72

Yds 449 418 132 102 27 15 0 17 0 1160 1810

Avg 23.6 22.0 12.0 14.6 9.0 7.5 0.0 17.0 0.0 18.1 25.1

TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2

Lng 79 81 21 28 13 13 0 17 0 81 99

Total Offense GP Bo Cordell ...................... 11-11 Brian Marshall .................... 11 Fred Jones ............................ 6 Chad Blakely ....................... 11 Deonte’ Gist........................ 11 Jeffrey Booker ....................... 9 Andy Rose� .................... 11-0 Torrey Slaven ..................... 4-0 Gareth Rowlands ............. 11-0 Michael Rodriquez.............. 10 Chad Coleman .................... 10 Joshua McKie ...................... 10 Zachary Norman ............ 11-11 Team ................................... 11 Total .................................. 11 Opponents ........................ 11

Plays 702 75 28 35 5 5 2 5 1 1 4 1 1 10 875 783

Rush 23 281 140 137 27 24 0 15 9 7 6 5 1 -17 658 2109

Pass 4657 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4673 2465

TOT 4680 281 140 137 27 24 16 15 9 7 6 5 1 -17 5331 4574

Avg/G 425.5 25.5 23.3 12.5 2.5 2.7 1.5 3.8 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.1 -1.7 484.6 415.8


2010 STATISTICS Fumble Returns No Jus�n Arrington .............................. 2 LiRonta Archie ................................ 1 Jason Muehling .............................. 1 Total ............................................. 4 Opponents ................................... 1

Yds 108 26 60 194 4

Avg 54.0 26.0 60.0 48.5 4.0

TD 1 1 1 3 0

Lng 90 26 60 90 4

All-Purpose GP Deonte’ Gist................11 Rashaad Carter ...........11 Calvin Bri� ..................11 Brian Marshall ............11 Michael Rodriquez......10 Jonathan Lyons .............8 Xzanvion Smith ...........11 Chad Blakely ...............11 Fred Jones ....................6 LiRonta Archie ............11 Chad Coleman ............10 David Li�le..................11 Jeffrey Booker ...............9 Bo Cordell ...................11 Jus�n Arrington ..........10 Torrey Slaven ................4 Joshua McKie ..............10 Brian Alexander ..........11 Kent Aigbe ..................11 Billy Pooser .................11 Gareth Rowlands ........11 TJ Jones.......................11 Zachary Norman .........11 Team ...........................11 Total ..........................11 Opponents ................11

Rush 27 0 0 281 7 0 0 137 140 0 6 0 24 23 0 15 5 0 0 0 9 0 1 -17 658 2109

Rec 1183 1004 952 486 727 9 122 111 70 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4673 2465

PR 54 109 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 198 26

KOR 449 102 0 17 0 418 132 0 0 0 27 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1160 1810

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 58 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 13 11 0 0 1 0 0 90 98

TOT 1713 1215 952 784 734 427 254 248 210 58 33 25 24 23 22 15 14 13 11 10 9 1 1 -17 6779 6508

Avg/G 155.7 110.5 86.5 71.3 73.4 53.4 23.1 22.5 35.0 5.3 3.3 2.3 2.7 2.1 2.2 3.8 1.4 1.2 1.0 0.9 0.8 0.1 0.1 -1.7 616.3 591.6

Pun�ng No Andy Rose� ...............43 Total ..........................43 Opponents ................60

Yds 1479 1479 2202

Avg 34.4 34.4 36.7

Lng 52 52 54

TB 2 2 4

FC 10 10 5

I20 12 12 10

Blkd 0 0 3

Field Goals FGM-A Gareth Rowlands ...21-26

Pct .808

01-19 1-1

20-29 9-10

30-39 5-6

40-49 6-7

50+ 0-2

Lng 47

Blkd 0

Scoring TD FGs Gareth Rowlands ..........0 21-26 Calvin Bri� ....................9 0-0 Michael Rodriguez ........9 0-0 Rashaad Carter .............9 0-0 Bo Cordell .....................9 0-0 Deonte’ Gist..................9 0-0 Fred Jones ....................2 0-0 LiRonta Archie ..............2 0-0 Brian Marshall ..............1 0-0 Xzanvion Smith .............1 0-0 Jonathan Lions ..............1 0-0 Jason Muehling ............1 0-0 Jus�n Arrington ............1 0-0 Billy Pooser ...................0 0-0 Total ..........................54 21-26 Opponents ................50 12-15

Kick 48-49 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 48-49 40-45

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

Rcv 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3

Pass 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-3 3-3

DXP 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Saf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 111 56 54 54 54 54 12 12 8 6 6 6 6 0 439 384

Defense GP Zachary Norman .......... 11 Luke Harris ................... 11 Rashaun Harris ............ 11 Brian Alexander ........... 11 Terrence Smith ............ 11 David Li�le................... 11 Jason Muehling ........... 11 Mason Fowler .............. 10 LiRonta Archie ............. 11 Boomer Brown .............. 7 Jus�n Arrington ........... 10 Kaytron Becton .............. 9 John Perry.................... 11 Nick Smith ................... 10 TJ Jones........................ 11 Darrion Ashby .............. 11 Jermaine Jennings ....... 11 Kent Aigbe ................... 11 Marcus Jackson ............. 8 Dillon Wilker ................ 11 Fetuao Mua ................. 11 Dameon Herring ............ 7 Jonathan Lyons .............. 8 Wesley Jackson, Jr........ 10 Dus�n Lane .................... 9 Chris�an Harrison ........ 11 Xzanvion Smith ............ 11 Joshua Davis .................. 5 Kris Harris .................... 11 Marcus Carroll ............... 8 Stephen Gyebison ......... 7 Cameron Myers ............. 9 Gareth Rowlands ......... 11 Ashden Lynch ................ 8 Orlando Price............... 11 Mike Fields .................... 2 Skylar West .................. 11 Joshua McKie ............... 10 Colter Adkins ................. 1 Michael Rodriquez....... 10 Dus�n Moorehead ...... 11 Calvin Bri� ................... 11 Rashaad Carter ............ 11 Deonte’ Gist................. 11 Total ........................... 11 Opponents ................. 11

UT 33 32 26 21 22 20 13 12 21 14 13 17 16 12 14 11 7 15 10 9 2 7 7 5 3 8 6 4 2 2 5 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 401 427

A� 42 28 33 32 26 26 30 29 18 23 23 14 10 12 9 11 14 4 9 10 16 8 6 8 9 3 3 2 4 3 0 3 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 477 476

TFL Sacks TOT No-Yds No-Yds PD 75 6-11 3-7 2 60 7-9 1-4 2 59 2-1 0-0 4 53 9-14 3-6 0 48 16-31 3-14 4 46 14-43 6-28 0 43 5-14 2-13 0 41 11-44 4-37 1 39 3-1 0-0 2 37 8-22 2-6 1 36 6-16 2-7 6 31 1-2 0-0 7 26 0-0 0-0 0 24 4-4 1-2 2 23 1-1 0-0 5 22 1-0 0-0 5 21 5-20 2-17 0 19 1-9 0-0 1 19 1-2 0-0 2 19 1-3 1-3 0 18 5-4 2-02 1 15 3-4 1-2 0 13 0-0 0-0 0 13 2-5 1-4 0 12 0-0 0-0 0 11 0-0 0-0 0 9 0-0 0-0 0 6 1-2 1-2 0 6 0-0 0-0 0 5 0-0 0-0 1 5 0-0 0-0 0 4 0-0 0-0 0 4 0-0 0-0 0 3 0-0 0-0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 2 0-0 0-0 0 2 1-4 1-4 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0 878 114-276 26-168 46 903 91-270 36-202 45

FF 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 9

FR-Yds 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 1-0 1-0 3-60 0-0 2-26 0-0 2-108 0-0 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 2-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 14-194 9-4

Blocked Kicks: TC 5 (Billy Pooser 2, Terrence Smith 1, David Li�le, Jus�n Arrington 1), OPP 0.

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ALL-TIME LETTERMEN

TUSCULUM FOOTBALL ALL-TIME LETTERMEN ROSTER

Please contact the Tusculum College Athle�c Media Rela�ons office for any correc�ons, addi�ons, or dele�ons to this list. The TC Athle�c Media Rela�ons office wishes to thank all past sports informa�on directors, assistants and students that have worked so hard for many hours in order to promote Tusculum athle�cs throughout the years. Thanks go out to Steve Ruthsatz, Garre� McKnight, Buddy Pearson, Jamie Hamer, Mike Maggert, Will Prewi�, Ma� Horne, Kelly Harrison, Morgan Lunsford and Whitley Noble for all their hard work.

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Abrams, Jason ................................ 1996 Adams, Hunter ............................... 2009 Adams, Josh .................................... 2007 Adcock, Maury .......................... 1992-93 Adriance, Franklin........................... 1937 Aigbe, Kent ........................2008-present Aiken, Pat...........................2008-present Akina, Danny .................................. 1991 Alexander, Brian ................2009-present Alexander, Wyndell ......................... 2003 Alford, Teron .............................. 1998-99 Allen, Stacey .............................. 1992-96 Allen, Tommy ............................ 1995-98 Allerton, Robert ......................... 1939-41 Alley, Elijah ............................ 1997-2000 Alvarez, Anthony ....................... 1949-50 Amaker, Donald ......................... 2000-03 Amison, O. Charles .................... 1932-34 Anderson, Chad ..................... 1999-2000 Anderson, Mike .............................. 1998 Anderson, Parker ............................ 2000 Anderson, Robert ...................... 1949-50 Anthony, James .............................. 2005 Aquino, George ......................... 2007-08 Aragon, Mark ............................. 1991-94 Arbuckle, Daniel ............................. 1937 Archie, LiRonta ..................2010-present Armstrong, Bill ................................ 1940 Armstrong, Tom ......................... 1931-34 Arndt, Ben ...................................... 2002 Arrington, Jus�n ................2008-present Ashby, Darrion ........................... 2009-10 Aus�n, Beau .............................. 1998-99 Aus�n, Preston ...................... 1999-2000 Ayers, William................................. 1947

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Bailey, Chauncey ........................ 2003-04 Bailey, Lee ....................................... 1937 Baker, Dan ................................. 1996-97 Baker, Effrain................................... 1999 Baker, James ................................... 1993 Baker, Ryan ................................ 1996-97 Baldwin, Pharis .......................... 2004-07 Ball, Ma� ................................... 2000-03 Barb, William .................................. 1947 Barela, Stephen ......................... 2005-06 Barker, Jack ................................ 1946-47 Barner, Josh ................................... 1997 Basemore, Jodie ............................. 2005 Bateman, Leslie ......................... 1939-41 Bates, Joe .................................. 1998-99 Ba�le, Billy................................. 2005-06 Baugh, Cody .............................. 2003-06 Baynes, Tyson ............................ 1995-98 Beam, William ................................ 1950 Bean, Jeremy .................................. 1997 Becton, Kaytron .................2010-present Begley, Shannon ............................. 1996 Behenna, Brandon ..................... 2007-08 Bell, Chris�an ....................2010-present Belton, Derrick................................ 2009 Benson, Damion ............................ 1992 Benton, Michael ............................. 1997 Bergholtz, Edgar ........................ 1948-49 Berry, Daniel ................................... 1998 Berry, George............................. 1948-49 Beverly, David ................................. 1991 Binder, Nate ............................... 2008-09 Black, Eldridge ................................ 1937 Black, Glen ................................. 2004-06 Blackburn, Joby ......................... 1994-95 Blackburn, Nicholas ........................ 2000 Blackwood, Kayum ......................... 1996 Blake, Earl .................................. 1948-50 Blakely, Chad .....................2010-present Blevins, Andy .................................. 1994 Blevins, John ................................... 1999 Bolden, Bentel ................................ 2009 Boling, Daniel ................................. 1999 Bonner, Braxton .............................. 1999 Bonner, Russell .......................... 2009-10 Bonney, Bill .................................... 1995 Booker, Jeffrey ...................2010-present Booker, Tyree ......................... 1999-2000 Booth, David .................................. 1992 Booze, Webster ........................ 1992-94 Bowen, Jason ................................. 1992 Bowen, Keddrain ....................... 2001-02 Boya�, Marc ............................. 1992-95 Boyd, Marc ............................... 1992-93 Bracchi, Andrew ........................ 1948-49 Bradley, Carson .......................... 2002-04

Bradshaw, Joe ............................ 1995-97 Branch, Robbie ............................... 1995 Branner, Tracy ........................ 1996-2000 Brewer, Jonathan ....................... 2002-04 Brinson, Lorenzo ............................. 1992 Bristol, Foster ............................ 1993-96 Bri�, Calvin ................................ 2007-10 Broadwater, Sam ....................... 2008-09 Brooks, Jerome ............................... 1995 Brown, Boomer .................2010-present Brown, Bull ..................................... 2002 Brown, Herrick B........................ 1933-34 Brown, Ma� .............................. 1992-95 Brown, Nick ............................... 1996-99 Brown, Patrick ............................... 1991 Brown, Rodney ............................... 1991 Brown, Sammy .......................... 1994-96 Brucker, Teddie ............................... 1997 Bryie, Adam ........................... 1996-2000 Bujnak, Michael ......................... 2005-06 Bullock, Jeremy.......................... 1998-99 Burch, Stan ..................................... 2000 Burke, Anthony ............................... 2005 Burns, Jason .............................. 1992-95 Burns, Michael........................... 1995-97 Burns, Mike .................................... 1998 Busch, Chad ............................... 1995-96 Butler, Aaron ............................. 1993-95 Butler, Rynell ............................. 2005-08 Byrd, Joe Henry .............................. 1948

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Caldwell, Jamichael ................... 2004-08 Caldwell, Rual ................................ 1992 Calixte, Ketler ............................ 2007-08 Cambridge, Andy ............................ 1993 Campbell, Frank.............................. 1916 Campbell, Josh........................... 2000-03 Campbell, Ralph ............................. 1941 Campbell, Ross ............................... 1999 Campbell, Vince......................... 1996-97 Cantu, Clay ................................ 1992-93 Carr, William .............................. 2006-07 Carroll, Marcus ..................2009-present Carson, Chris.............................. 2005-07 Carter, Alphonso ........................ 1994-95 Carter, Kevin ................................... 1997 Carter, Mike ............................... 1997-99 Carter, Rashaad .................2008-present Carter, Ryan .................................... 2004 Case, Joe .................................... 1991-94 Cathcart, D.C.............................. 1992-93 Caton, Bill .................................. 1946-49 Chadwell, Jonny .............................. 1996 Chamberlin, Frank ..................... 1928-32 Chancey, Graham ...................... 1994-95 Chandler, Tyler ................................ 1997 Chandless, Ralph ............................ 1950 Chester, Tim .................................... 2005 Chris�an, Joel ........................... 1992-94 Church, Jeremy ............................... 1998 Clarence George, III ........................ 2004 Claridy, Aaron ........................ 1999-2002 Claridy, Eric ............................... 1992-95 Clark, Andre .................................... 1996 Clark, Dontavious ...................... 2004-05 Cleaves, Jim .................................... 1949 Clendenen, Tyler............................. 2009 Cobb, Drew ................................ 2003-05 Cobble, Alan .............................. 1993-95 Cocula, John ................................... 1950 Cokkinias, John .......................... 1997-99 Colclough, Ricardo ..................... 2002-03 Coleman, Chad ............................... 2010 Collins, Bucky ............................ 1992-93 Collins, Travis ............................. 2005-06 Colston, Tony ............................. 2002-04 Commons, Alan ......................... 2001-02 Conner, Joe ..................................... 1940 Con�, Alex ...................................... 2005 Conway, Jesse ................................. 2000 Cook, Ma� ................................. 2000-02 Cooley, Brian................................... 1997 Cordell, Bo .........................2009-present Cornelius, Charles ...................... 2005-07 Cosby, Larry ............................. 1991-93 Cox, Adam ...................................... 2009 Cox, Kevin ...................................... 1992 Cox, Shane ...................................... 1997 Craig, Gene ..................................... 1991 Craig, Ryan ................................. 1998-99 Crane, Steve ................................... 1991 Creamer, Thad .......................... 1992-94 Creed, Emerson ..................... 1999-2001

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Cresswell, Dus�n ............................ 2001 Creutzinger, Pat .............................. 1995 Crocke�, Ricky ........................... 2003-04 Crossland, Leon ............................. 1992 Culver, Josh ..................................... 2000 Curry, Abrie .................................... 1992 Curry, Ed .................................... 1991-94 Curry, Orlando ................................ 2005 Cuseo, Tony .................................... 1998 Cuthbert, Ryan ...................... 1999-2000 Cutshall, Mike ................................. 1993 Cutshaw, Eric .................................. 1995 Czerniak, Paul ............................ 2000-01

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Dacus, Doug .............................. 1993-96 Dandy, Tory ..................................... 1998 Daniels, Joe..................................... 2003 Daughtry, Walker ....................... 1998-99 Davidson, Dexter ....................... 2003-06 Davis, Blu ................................... 2001-02 Davis, Daniel D. .......................... 1931-34 Davis, Chris ............................... 1992-93 Davis, David .......................2010-present Davis, Joshua .....................2010-present Davis, Jerod .................................... 1994 Davis, Kelvin .............................. 2000-02 Davis, Maurice ............................... 1997 Dease, Kenya .................................. 2002 DeCarlo, Mike ................................. 1949 DeFillipo, Art .............................. 1949-50 Defoor, Rob ............................... 1992-95 Dickson, Manuel ........................ 2006-07 Dickson, Troy ............................ 1992-94 Dikovicky, Tony .......................... 1949-50 Dixon, Brandon ............................... 2007 Dixon, Jason.................................... 1999 Dixon, Kendall ................................. 1999 Dixon, Marques ......................... 1992-94 Doak, Alpha .................................... 1916 Doak, M.S. ...................................... 1916 Dockery, Birdie........................... 1997-98 Dockery, Casey................................ 1995 Dooley, Joey.................................... 1997 Dotson, Alan .............................. 1991-94 Dowels, Sam .............................. 2000-01 Dowles, Brendon ............................ 2000 Downey, Bill .................................... 1949 Duffie, Sandarvis ....................... 2006-07 Dugger, Eugene .............................. 1916 Dugger, Fowler ............................... 1916 Dugger, Oscar M. ............................ 1934 Dunagan, Barry ...................... 1998-2000 Duncan, Jay................................ 2003-04 Duncan, Robert ......................... 1993-94 Dunn, Alan ................................. 2000-03 Durm, Tim....................................... 2005 Dyer, Antonio .................................. 2006 Dyer, Trent ...................................... 2002

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Earls, Quan ..................................... 2007 Elder, Carlos .................................... 1996 Ellinger, Josh ................................... 1997 Elliot, Dusty .................................... 1999 Elmore, Jurrel ................................. 2005 Emert, Howard ............................... 1940 Enriquez, Dus�n ............................. 2005 Ensor, Mike .................................... 1991 Evans, Terrance .............................. 1991 Evans, Vince .................................... 1992

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Faust, Renardo................................ 2005 Ferguson, Brian ......................... 1995-99 Ferguson, Jamar ........................ 2007-09 Fields, Ty ......................................... 2009 Fisher, Dominique........................... 2003 Fithen, George E. ....................... 1932-33 Flowers, Samuel ........................ 1996-97 Forse�, Javon ............................ 2008-09 Fortson, Aubrey ......................... 2004-08 Foster, Marcus ...................2007-present Foster, Sammy ........................... 2000-02 Fowler, Blake .................................. 2000 Fowler, Mason ........................... 2007-10 Fox, Nathan ................................... 1993 Foxx, Tommy ................................... 1940 Francisco, George ...................... 1931-34 Franklin, Tracy ........................... 2002-03 Frazier, Charles ............................... 2000 Freeland, David.......................... 1998-99 Fujah, Wally .................................... 2004 Fujihara, Brandon ........................... 1999

Fulbright, Rocky ......................... 1995-97 Funches, Kevin ................................ 2008

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Gaby, Tony ................................ 1991-94 Gaines, Dus�n ........................... 2005-07 Gandy, Romalice ........................ 1997-99 Gardner, Terry ................................ 1991 Gary, Darik ................................. 2006-07 Gaspar, Billy .................................... 1994 Geiger, Clarence Henry ................... 1948 Gendron, Robert ............................ 1992 Gentry, Rob ................................ 2000-01 Georgi�s, Sam ................................ 2007 Geter, Eddie .................................... 2004 Gibson, Garrison .................... 1999-2003 Gillespie, Broderick......................... 2006 Gillum, David .................................. 1997 Gist, Deonte’......................2008-present Glassco, Benjamin .......................... 2005 Glenn, Antwain .......................... 2000-03 Gloistein, Philip.......................... 2004-05 Godfrey, Andrew ............................ 1997 Goforth, Jamie ................................ 2000 Goode, Chris ................................... 2007 Goode, Will ................................ 2000-01 Goodman, Billy ......................... 1993-97 Grady, O. J. ...................................... 1992 Grantham, Josh .............................. 2001 Gray, Brent ................................ 1992-96 Gray, Jamaal .............................. 2003-06 Gray, Sco� ...................................... 1998 Greene, Mike .................................. 2002 Gregory, John ............................ 2006-09 Griffin, Cory ............................... 2004-05 Griffis, Erik ................................. 2004-05 Grimsley, Stan .................. 1992, 1994-96 Grove, Jason .............................. 2004-08 Grunder, Robert......................... 1995-96 Gundy, Jonathan ............................. 2005 Gunter, Chris ............................. 1993-94 Gunter, Jerrod........................ 1997-2000 Gyebison, Stephen ............2010-present

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Haggan, Sam ................................... 1949 Hague, Roger ............................. 1948-50 Haire, Michael ........................... 1995-96 Hall, Donrell ............................... 2004-05 Hall, Fess.......................... 1993-94, 1996 Hall, John ........................................ 1940 Hall, Kevin ....................................... 1994 Hall, Pate ........................................ 1998 Hamby, Mark ............................. 1994-95 Hamler, Cameron............................ 2008 Hamler, T.J. ................................ 2007-08 Hammond, William ........................ 1991 Haney, Billy ................................ 2004-08 Hankerson, Robert..................... 1991-95 Hankins, Charles ........................ 1945-49 Hankinson, John ........................ 1935-38 Hannula, Travis ............................... 2000 Harold, Willis ............................. 1948-49 Harris, Bob ...................................... 1937 Harris, Ernie .................................... 1937 Harris, Kris ...................................... 2010 Harris, Luke ........................2009-present Harris, Rashaun ......................... 2008-10 Harris, Sco� ............................... 2006-08 Harris, Shawn ............................ 2002-05 Harrison, Cameron .................... 2007-09 Harrison, Chris�an .............2010-present Harrison, John ................................ 1992 Harrison, Lyall ................................. 2009 Harrison, Michael ..................... 1992-94 Harrison, Zack ................................. 1996 Hartley, Lucas ................................. 1996 Hartsell, Charles ............................. 1941 Harvey, Craig................................... 1996 Harwood, Laddie ............................ 1947 Haskins, Harry ................................ 1940 Hatcher, Paul .................................. 2004 Hawk, Jeremy ........................... 1993-94 Hayes, Darrell ............................ 2006-07 Hayes, Kirby .................................... 1992 Heard, Richard ................................ 1998 Heartsfield, Jus�n ........................... 2000 Heinz, Eddie ............................... 1938-40 Henderson, Clifford ........................ 1991 Henderson, Lester .......................... 1992 Hendrix, Thomas ............................ 1995 Henley, Bill ...................................... 2000 Henry, Darryl .................................. 2004 Herberth, Dan................................. 2010

Herring, Dameon ...............2010-present Heyse, Gunther.......................... 1937-39 Heyse, Phillip William ..................... 1948 Higgins, Cash ............................ 1992-95 Higgins, Jus�n ............................ 2004-07 Higgins, Smith ................................. 1940 Hinson, Eric................................ 1998-99 Hladun, Paul .............................. 1996-99 Hlista, Bre� ................................ 1998-99 Hobbs, Mike .............................. 2001-03 Hodges, Mark ................................. 1996 Hoffer, David .............................. 1991-93 Hogg, Robert .................................. 2008 Hollingsworth, Todd ....................... 2009 Hollins, Larry.............................. 2003-04 Hollis, Mendez ................................ 1996 Hollows, Richard ........................ 1939-41 Holmberg, Doug ........................ 2001-02 Holmes, Gary ............................. 2000-03 Holtham, Frank ............................... 1947 Hooper, Nikia ............................. 1998-99 Horne, Terrance ......................... 2001-02 Horton, Brandon........................ 2003-05 Householder, Robert ...................... 1941 Hubbard, Josh............................ 2004-05 Hu�ines, Barry.............................. 2009 Hughes, Chris............................. 1993-96 Hughes, Damon .............................. 1997 Hughes, Lee ............................... 2002-04 Hulsey, Zach ............................... 1998-99 Humphrey, Steven .......................... 2003 Huneycu�, Jamie ....................... 1997-99 Hunter, Aus�n............................ 2002-05 Hunter, Charles .......................... 1992-95 Hurst, Bobby ................................... 2001 Hurst, Kevin .............................. 1992-93 Huskins, Jerad ............................ 1997-98 Huskins, Jeremiah...................... 1994-98 Hutchinson, Shawn ........................ 1993 Hyland, Thomas .............................. 1941

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Icangelo, Guy .................................. 1946

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Jackson, Carlos ............................... 1993 Jackson, Chris ........................ 1998-2001 Jackson, Darren ......................... 2003-05 Jackson, Darrius ......................... 2005-07 Jackson, Eddie ................................ 1999 Jackson, James ............................... 1992 Jackson, Marcus ........................ 2007-10 Jackson, Quillan .............................. 1997 Jackson, T.J. .................................... 2004 Jackson, Wes .....................2010-present Jackson, Zo ..................................... 1992 Jacobs, George ............................... 1998 Jaglinsky, TJ .................................... 1992 James, Ronald ............................ 1991-92 Jaynes, Jim ................................. 1937-40 Jefferson, Eric ............................ 2007-10 Jeffrey, David .................................. 2000 Jennings, Jermaine .................... 2007-10 Jennings, Willie ......................... 1993-94 Joachim, Robert.............................. 1950 Johnson, Adonis ............................. 2004 Johnson, Antonio....................... 2008-09 Johnson, Dave ........................... 2000-01 Johnson, Dekeetrick ....................... 2004 Johnson, Franco......................... 2004-05 Johnson, Hercules .......................... 1999 Johnson, Lebron ........................ 2001-04 Johnson, Trae.................................. 2004 Johnson, Walter......................... 2000-03 Jones, Candics ........................... 2003-06 Jones, Carroll ............................. 1946-47 Jones, Cliff ...................................... 2003 Jones, Derrick ............................ 2004-06 Jones, Erik ....................................... 1993 Jones, Fred ........................2008-present Jones, Jeremy ............................ 2006-09 Jones, Melvin............................. 1995-96 Jones, Reggie ......................... 1998-2002 Jones, Terrence ............................... 2005 Jones, TJ.............................2008-present Jordan, Hunter ................................ 1995 Jordan, John ................................... 2000 Joy, Rob........................................... 2006 Juarez, Nelson ................................ 1999 Judd, Jason ..................................... 2000 Judge, Ra-Shun ............................... 2004 Juin, Reginald ................................. 2009 Jus�ce, Greg ................................... 1998


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Kannaar, Kevin ................................ 1991 Keaton, Rusty ................................. 1997 Keen, Darrel .................................... 1998 Keene, Jeff ...................................... 1992 Keeny, Darrell ................................. 1998 Kelley, Brandon .......................... 2006-09 Kelly, Jus�n ................................ 2003-06 Kelly, Marvin .............................. 2000-03 Kelly, Robby ............................... 2004-08 Kendall, Harry ................................. 1946 Kendrick, Rivington .................... 1997-98 Kennedy, Cody ...................2008-present Key, Paul ......................................... 1991 Kilgore, Demetrius ..................... 2004-05 King, Dick ................................... 1948-49 King, Patrick ..................... 2003, 2006-08 Kirby, Blaine ............................... 1996-98 Kirkpatrick, John ............................. 1941 Kizer, Lee............................2010-present Klepper, Kevin ........................... 1992-93 Kline, Lawrence .............................. 1992 Kmetz, Andrew .......................... 1931-34 Knight, James............................. 2005-07 Kolesar, Ed ...................................... 1991 Koszela, Andrew ............................. 2004 Kowalski, John ................................ 1996 Kraskouskas, Adam ......................... 2003 Kyles, Clenzie ............................. 2000-01

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Lackey, Marcus ............................... 1997 LaFleur, Donny ........................... 2001-03 Lane, Dus�n .......................2010-present Lankford, Patrick ........................ 2004-05 Large, David ............................... 1996-97 Lawhorn, Kevin ............................... 1998 Lawrence, Cli�on ............................ 1932 Lawrie, Ma� .............................. 2006-07 Leatherwood, Billy.......................... 1991 Lee, James ...................................... 1993 Lee, Jason ....................................... 2005 Lee, Shamale ............................. 2007-08 LeFleur, Donny ................................ 2000 Leon, Mario ............................... 2003-04 Leonard, Steven .............................. 2008 Leslie, Leon James ..................... 1948-49 Lester, Ernest ............................. 1935-38 Lester, Robert ............................ 1928-32 Lester, Truan .............................. 1931-34 Letchford, James........................ 1949-50 Lewis, Marcus ................................. 1992 Lewis, Rick ................................. 2004-05 Lewis, Steven ............................. 1991-94 Lewis, Taj ............................... 1998-2000 Lewis, Thomas ................................ 1937 Lindsey, John ............................. 2004-05 Li�le, David................................ 2009-10 Li�le, Ryan ...................................... 1996 Li�lejohn, Jarvis ......................... 2006-08 Litzell, Andrew ............................... 1995 Lockerby, Gordon ........................... 1941 Loggins, Randy........................... 2003-04 London, J’Dron ............................... 1999 Long, Dominque ............................. 2000 Love, Octavius ........................... 2004-08 Lowe, JaTavis .................................. 2003 Luster, Jimmy ............................. 2004-05 Lynch, Ashden ...................2010-present Lyons, Jonathan ......................... 2009-10 Lyons, Thomas ................................ 1947

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MacAmis, Bob ................................ 1932 Mack, Horace ............................ 1993-96 Mack, Jaime ............................... 2004-05 Mack, Jermaine ........................ 1994-97 Mahelona, Steven .......................... 2004 Maines, Barry ............................ 1948-50 Malkowski, Fred ............................. 1950 Malmer, Jerry ................................. 1916 Mangione, Aurelio (manager) ........ 1937 Maples, Ryan .................................. 2000 Marion, Todd ............................. 1995-96 Marques, Joseph Anthony .............. 1948 Marsden, Jay .................................. 1995 Marshall, Brian ..................2008-present Marshall, Ted ............................. 1939-40 Mar�n, Casey ................................. 2005 Mar�n, David.................................. 1991 Mar�n, Robert ................. 1992-94, 1996 Mar�n, Tyler ................................... 2004 Mar�nez, Gilbert ............................ 2005 Masco, Junior ............................ 2002-03 Mason, Dylan ................................. 2004 Massey, Trey .............................. 1996-99 Masters, Brandon ........................... 2004 Mathes, Marcus.............................. 1992 Ma�eson, Jesse ......................... 2005-06 Mauk, Shawn ............................. 1993-96 Mauldin, Gavin .......................... 2003-06 Mays, Corey .................................... 1999

McAmis, Don ............................. 1935-38 McAmis, Robert F. ..................... 1931-34 McBride, LaBarron.......................... 2000 McCarter, Chris ..................... 1997, 1999 McCar�, Spurgeon ......................... 1941 McCauley (manager) ...................... 1937 McClain, Willie .......................... 1992-95 McClintock, Drew ...................... 2004-07 McClung, Sam............................ 2002-05 McClure, Fred ................................. 1941 McCollum, Robert .......................... 1916 McCormick, Ma� ............................ 1999 McCutcheon, Chad .................... 1993-96 McDaniel, Antrez ....................... 2005-08 McDaniel, Whitley .......................... 2006 McDaniel, Yoshah ........................... 2004 McDavid, Josh................................. 2001 McDowell, Kelly .............................. 1993 McEntyre, Will ................................ 1995 McIntyre, Eric ............................ 2003-06 McIntyre, Will ............................ 1993-94 McKay, Michael .............................. 1995 McKie, Joshua ....................2010-present McLean, Mike ................................. 1999 McMahon, Sammy ......................... 1993 McRae, Telly .............................. 1996-97 McSweeney, Nick............................ 2008 Merriman, Andy ........................ 1998-99 Metcalf, Joe ............................... 1998-99 Metzger, Ronald ............................. 1928 Miller, Eric....................................... 1997 Miller, Jovon ................................... 2007 Miller, Ma� ................................ 1992-95 Miller, Pat .................................. 1939-41 Miller, Quinton ............................... 2001 Miller, Sco� ............................... 1992-93 Minnis, Al ....................................... 1949 Mitchell, Eddie........................... 1940-41 Montgomery, Jerald ....................... 1995 Montgomery, Rashad ................ 2006-08 Montgomery, Raymond............. 1949-50 Moore, Jimbo ................................. 1997 Moore, Kendon ......................... 2000-01 Moorehead, Dus�n ...........2008-present Morgan, Harold .............................. 1940 Morrison, Cur�s ........................ 1992-94 Morton, Denis ........................... 1996-97 Mosley, Chris ............................. 2002-05 Mowery, Dale Harris ....................... 1948 Mua, Fetuao .............................. 2008-10 Muehling, Jason ................2008-present Murillo, Ramon ............................... 2003 Murrah, Carlos................................ 2005 Murvin, Travis ............................ 1996-97 Myers, Cameron ................2010-present

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Nairn, Al..................................... 1998-99 Nance, Jason................................... 2002 Napier, Kurt ............................... 2007-08 Necessary, Brian ............................. 1996 Nelms, Ma�hew ........................ 2003-05 Nelson, Jahmaal ........................ 2000-03 NeSmith, Jarrell ......................... 2006-09 Neura, Nick ................................ 2005-07 Newman, Dwight ....................... 1948-49 Newton, Cory ............................ 2002-04 Newton, Shannon ...................... 1993-94 Noe, Drew ................................. 2005-08 Noe, Dus�n ................................ 2004-07 Nolte, Brandon ............................... 1998 Norman, Zachary ....................... 2007-10 Norton, Jim ................................ 1946-50

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Odom, Brad .................................... 1996 Ogle, Robby ............................... 1994-97 Oliver, Travis .............................. 2003-06 Overstreet, Josh.............................. 2002 Overton, Burney ............................. 1938 Overton, Jamie ............................... 1993

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Palmer, Ralph.................................. 1940 Papka, Gary ............................... 1997-98 Parks, Travis .................................... 2005 Par�da, Danny ........................... 2007-08 Paschal, DeAngelo .............2010-present Pa�erson, Colby ........................ 2003-05 Paysinger, Patrick ............................ 1998 Pebley, Bo ....................................... 2003 Pebley, Jeremy ........................... 1995-98 Peebles, Rodney ........................ 2003-06 Perez, Felix................................. 2002-03 Perkins, Quintel ......................... 1995-98 Perrine, Charles J. ...................... 1932-33 Perry, John .........................2010-present Perry, Stephen ................................ 1995 Peters, Eric ...................................... 1997 Pe�y, Mardale ........................... 2006-07 Phillips, Jason ................................. 1996 Phillips, Michael ............................. 2009

Phipps, Rodney ............................... 1999 Pickens, Israel ....................2009-present Pieczonka, Carl .......................... 2000-01 Pierce, Charles Donald ................... 1948 Piercy, Stefan ............................. 1994-98 Piper, Wilbur ................................... 1916 Piserchio, Mark ................ 1991, 1993-95 Plagge, Mike .............................. 1992-93 Pleas, Marco ................................... 1998 Plummer, Tori ............................ 2000-01 Poggi, Ken ............................. 1941, 1946 Polite, Darrel.............................. 1991-94 Polk, Chris ....................................... 1998 Pollom, Jus�n ................................. 2007 Pooser, William ..................2010-present Poritzky, Herman ............................ 1948 Pound, Ma�.................................... 2004 Powell, Jesse .............................. 2005-06 Price, Orlando....................2008-present Priest, Brandon .......................... 2009-10 Pritche�, Craig ........................... 2000-03 Pugh, Donnie ................................. 1992 Puig, Joe ......................................... 1992 Purifoy, Lamar ................................ 1991 Purifoy, Mark ............................. 1992-93 Pyle, Jack ........................................ 1948

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Quillen, Josh ................................... 2001 Quinn, Billy ............................... 1991-94

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Radar, Travis .......................... 1999-2001 Rains, Raymond ..........1996-97, 1999-00 Rambo, D.J. ..................................... 1993 Ramos, Corey ................................. 2008 Ramsey, Olive ................................. 1916 Ramsey, Williams ............................ 1916 Rankin, Cyrus R. ......................... 1931-34 Rathosis, Anthony George .............. 1948 Rawlins, Jay .................................... 1999 Reed, Altorien............................ 2007-09 Reed, Jamie ............................... 1996-99 Register, Arch .................................. 1916 Reslan, Tarek.............................. 1998-99 Richard, Tagon ........................... 2005-08 Richardson, Kevin ........................... 2000 Ricker, Neal ..................................... 2003 Riggs, Ma� ................................ 2001-04 Ripley, Berthold ......................... 1938-40 Rivers, Dereck ................................. 2000 Roberson, David ............................. 2004 Roberts, Donald ......................... 2005-07 Robinson, Daris ......................... 2000-04 Robinson, Marcus ...................... 2002-05 Robinson, Travis.............................. 1997 Robinson, Wes ...................... 1997, 1999 Roderick, Jeff ............................ 1992-95 Roderick, Ron ................................. 1993 Rodgers, Tracy ................................ 1993 Rodriquez, Michael............2008-present Ross, Kenneth ............................ 1993-96 Rossi, Pete ................................. 1937-38 Rosse�, Andy .....................2010-present Rothenburger, Elmer ....... 1935, 1937-38 Rowe, Shawn ................................. 1991 Rowlands, Gareth ...................... 2007-10 Royal, Lance ............................... 1996-98 Ruiz, Hannibal............................ 2007-10 Runyan, Jus�n............................ 1993-96 Rush, Greg ............................. 1999-2002 Russell, Corey ............................ 2005-08 Russell, Kenneth ........................ 2003-05

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Salzman, Mike ................................ 1999 Samples, Adrain ......................... 2004-08 Sams, William Ralph ....................... 1938 Sanborn, Ralph .......................... 1937-39 Sanders, Ed ..................................... 2008 Sargeant, Angus .............................. 1916 Sauls, Homer .................................. 1940 Saulsberry, Chris ........................ 2003-04 Savarese, Tony ................................ 1993 Schultz, Dick ................................... 1941 Sco�, Jus�n ............................... 2005-08 Sco�, Keith .................................... 1992 Sco�, La Von .................... 1994-96, 1998 Sco�, Lamar............................... 2003-05 Screen, Arnold ................................ 2000 Self, Zack ............................2010-present Sessions, Jacques....................... 1991-94 Sexton, Llewelyn ............................. 1950 Shea, Thomas ............................ 1948-50 Sheeler, Charles .............................. 1948 Shelton, Tyler................... 1994-95, 1997 Sherer, Ned ................................ 1935-38 Shipley, Corey ............................ 2005-06 Shoun, Fil ........................................ 1947 Shults, Mark .............................. 1992-95 Shults, Ma� ............................... 1992-94 Sibernaller, Mark ............................ 2006

Simmons, Byron ........................ 2000-02 Simmons, Dike ................................ 2002 Simmons, Gary ............................... 1991 Simmons, John .......................... 1991-93 Simpson, Kesler .............................. 1950 Simpson, Mike ........................... 2003-06 Simpson, Robbie ............................. 1995 Sims, Antyone ................................. 2003 Sims, Phil ........................................ 1996 Sivert, Bre�................................ 2002-04 Sivert, Casey .............................. 2007-10 Skinner, Cory................................... 1998 Slagle, Horace ................................. 1937 Slaughter, Alan....................... 1997-2000 Slaven, Torrey ....................2010-present Slover, Caleb .............................. 2000-01 Smith, Andy ............................... 1998-99 Smith, Chad ............................... 1992-95 Smith, Jamian ................................. 2004 Smith, Jason ................................... 1998 Smith, Jeremy ............................ 1998-99 Smith, Jus�n ................................... 2006 Smith, Kenneth ............................... 1991 Smith, Kip .................................. 1992-94 Smith, Lewis .............................. 2000-03 Smith, Marc .......................... 1999, 2002 Smith, Marvin ............................ 2002-03 Smith, Nicolas ....................2010-present Smith, Radic............................... 1991-93 Smith, Terrence .................2008-present Smith, Tony ..................................... 1992 Smith, Von ................................. 2004-05 Smith, Xzanvion .................2010-present Sorrel, Mike .................................... 1999 Soto, Nick ....................................... 2003 Spamer, Jamie ........................... 1994-95 Spargo, Don .................................... 1941 Spears, James, W. ........................... 1995 Spradlen, Eddie.......................... 2000-03 Stanley, Greg.............................. 2000-02 Stansberry, Fred ........................ 1938-40 Starling, D.J. ........................... 1999-2003 Starnes, Buck ............................. 1996-99 Starnes, Harry ............................ 1940-41 Stefanick, Brice .......................... 2001-03 Stephenson, Jason .......................... 1993 Stevens, Andy ............................ 2004-05 Stewart, Marques ........................... 2007 S�nson, Derek ........................... 2000-03 S�nson, Rico ................................... 1994 Stone, Josh ........................2008-present Stra�on, Duke........................ 1999-2000 Stra�on, Mike ............................ 1995-98 Strickland, Mason ........................... 2007 Strickland, Rashaun .............. 1998-2001 Strus, Joe ........................................ 1950 Sudderth, Paul .......................... 1992-95 Sullivan, Charles ........................ 2005-07 Sullivan, Chris ................................. 1998 Sutherland, Garry ...................... 2005-08 Sutherlin, Guy ............................ 2005-06 Sutphen, Garre�............................. 2007 Su�on, Sco� ................................... 1993 Swafford, Nate ................................ 2008 Swafford, Randy ............................. 2005 Sweet, Robby .................................. 1993 Sykes, Jerlmichael ...................... 2005-06

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Tabor, Wes ...................................... 1998 Tallent, Jason ............................. 1994-95 Tallent, Ryan .............................. 2006-09 Tassell, Ryan ................................... 1995 Taylor, Anthony ............................... 1999 Taylor, Victor .............................. 1948-49 Thomas, Allen ............................ 2008-09 Thomas, Cody ................................. 2008 Thomas, Gino ............................ 2003-04 Thompson, Bobby ................. 1999-2002 Thompson, Corey ........................... 1999 Thompson, Jeremy .................... 2005-08 Thornton, James ............................. 1998 Tipton, Steve .................................. 1993 Tischbein, Alan ............................... 1950 Tomase�, Anthony ........................ 1941 Torbe�, Charley .............................. 2000 Torbe�, Ma� .................................. 2004 Towle, Sheridan .............................. 1938 Trantum, Luke ............................ 2002-03 Tremble, Marcel ........................ 1998-99 Tucker, Darrien ............................... 1994 Tuipala, Tofi ............................... 1998-99 Turner, Cur�s .................................. 1998 Turner, Maynard ................... 1940, 1946

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Valen�ne, William .......................... 2004 Van Arsdale, Evan ........................... 2000 Van Dyke, Charles ...................... 1939-41 Van Tilburg, Aaron ..................... 1996-99 Vance, Jason .............................. 1994-97 Verran, Kenneth ........................ 1949-50 Vines, Glen ................................ 1991-94

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Waddell, Phillip.......................... 2003-05 Wadley, Rob .................................... 2007 Wagner, Jeremy .............................. 2007 Walker, Chip .............................. 1991-94 Walker, Durward William................ 1948 Walker, Zach ................................... 2007 Wallace, Chad ....................... 1992, 1995 Wallace, Shay ................................. 1993 Ward, Keno ............................ 1999-2001 Warner, Jeremiah ...................... 2002-03 Warren, Peccus ............................... 1993 Washington, Baron .................... 1998-99 Washington, Jermaine .................... 1999 Washington, Kevin ..................... 1993-95 Washington, Miles ..................... 2008-09 Waskey, Stephen ............................ 1999 Watson, Frank ........................... 1993-94 Watson, Howard ........................ 1913-16 Webb, Chris .................................... 2008 Webb, Kevin ................................... 1999 Weems, C.J. .................................... 1998 Weingarten, Chris ........................... 2004 Weiss, Fred ..................................... 1950 Welborn, Ma� ................................ 2002 Wells, Brody .............................. 2005-06 Wells, Kenny ................................... 2006 West, Jason................................ 1992-93 West, Skylar .......................2009-present Wes�ield, Adrian ....................... 2000-02 Weston, Kevin........................ 1998-2002 Weyer, Larry ................................... 2007 Whetstone, James .......................... 1991 White, Eric ...................................... 2005 Whitelaw, Jack ........................... 1946-48 Whiteside, Adrian ........................... 2003 Whi�ield, Brad .......................... 1992-93 Whitlock, Shawn ............................ 1996 Whitson, Ben ............................. 2002-03 Whi�enburg, Jack...................... 1992-94 Whorton, William ...................... 1948-49 Wiber, Ralph ................................... 1916 Wigely, Collin .................................. 2009 Wiley, Jacob .................................... 1999 Wilker, Dillon .................................. 2010 Williams, Ean .................................. 1998 Williams, Randy ......................... 2005-08 Williams, Sco� ........................... 1993-94 Williams, Shawn ............................. 1999 Williams, Trevor .............................. 2005 Willis, Mel ....................................... 2000 Wills, Sco� ................................. 1991-94 Wiltrout, Todd ........................... 1993-95 Winburn, Joe .................................. 1992 Wojciechowski, Walter ................... 1950 Wolco�, Kevin ........................... 2000-03 Womack, Therron ........................... 1991 Woodard, Robbee ..................... 2006-07 Wooten, J.R. .......................... 1997-2000 Wright, Chris ............................. 1992-95 Wright, Ed ....................................... 1992 Wright, Shawn ........................... 1996-97 Wulff, Owen ............................... 1945-49 Wyckoff, Harold ......................... 1946-49

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Yates, Billy....................................... 1997 Yates, Michael ................................ 2005 Yazzie, Nick ..................................... 2009 Young, Chris ............................... 2007-09 Young, Chuck ..............1995-96, 1998-99 Young, Garre� ........................... 2003-05 Young, James .................................. 1991 Young, Joe ................................. 1946-50

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Zanders, McArthur ......................... 1993 Zifer, Alan........................................ 1991 Zura, Robert.................................... 1940

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Ueltschi, Travis................................ 2002

2011 Tusculum Football -- 37


THE LAST TIME... TUSCULUM INDIVIDUAL

Rushed for 100 yards 110, Corey Russell at Delta State, 11/22/08 (16 a�.) Rushed for 200 yards 220, Aaron Claridy vs. Jacksonville, 11/13/99 (34 a�.) Passed for 300 yards 399, Bo Cordell vs. Carson-Newman, 11/13/10 Passed for 400 yards 510, Bo Cordell at Catawba, 11/6/10 Passed for 500 yards 510, Bo Cordell at Catawba, 11/6/10 Had 100 yards Receiving 123, Calvin Bri� vs. Carson-Newman, 11/13/10 107, Rashaad Carter vs. Carson-Newman, 11/13/10 Had 150 yards Receiving 160, Deonte’ Gist at Catawba, 11/6/10 Had 200 yards Receiving 206, Antwain Glenn vs. Presbyterian, 11/4/00 Two Players had 100 yards receiving Calvin Bri� (11-123) & Rashaad Carter (10-107) vs. Carson-Newman, 11/13/10 Three Players had 100 yard receiving Calvin Bri� (6-152), Deonte’ Gist (13-129), Rashaad Carter (9-104) & Michael Rodriguez (9-102) at Mars Hill, 10/2/10 Four Players had 100 yards receiving Calvin Bri� (6-152), Deonte’ Gist (13-129), Rashaad Carter (9-104) & Michael Rodriguez (9-102) at Mars Hill, 10/2/10 Returned a punt for a touchdown Octavius Love vs. Wingate, 9/24/05 (62 yds) Returned a kickoff for a touchdown Deonte’ Gist at Catawba, 11/6/10 (79 yds) Returned an intercep�on for a touchdown LiRonta Archie vs. Newberry, 10/9/10 (58 yds) Returned a fumble for a touchdown LiRonta Archie vs. Carson-Newman, 11/13/10 (26 yds) Recovered a fumble for a touchdown Hunter Adams at Newberry, 10/24/09 Returned a blocked punt for a touchdown Jeremy Thompson vs. St. Paul’s, 9/15/07 (19 yds) Returned a blocked field goal for a touchdown Never Returned a Defensive PAT 1, Dontavious Clark at Winston-Salem St., 9/11/04 Rushed for three touchdowns 3, Corey Russell vs. Carson-Newman, 11/8/08 Threw three touchdown passes 3, Bo Cordell vs. Carson-Newman, 11/13/10 Threw four touchdown passes 7, Bo Cordell vs. Brevard, 10/30/10 Threw five touchdown passes 7, Bo Cordell vs. Brevard, 10/30/10 Caught three touchdown passes 3, Deonte’ Gist vs. Brevard, 10/30/10 Scored three touchdowns 3, Deonte’ Gist vs. Brevard, 10/30/10 Kicked three field goals 4, Gareth Rowlands at Catawba, 11/6/10 A quarterback threw three intercep�ons 3, Bo Cordell vs. Urbana, 9/18/2010 Had a 70-yard run from scrimmage 70, Patrick King at Carson-Newman, 11/10/07 Had a 70-yard pass comple�on 72, Bo Cordell to Calvin Bri� at Catawba, 11/6/10 Had an 80-yard pass comple�on 88, Bo Cordell to Jarrell NeSmith at Urbana, 9/19/09 Had 15 tackles 15, Zachary Norman at Lenoir-Rhyne, 10/23/10 Had 20 tackles 25, Alan Slaughter vs. Lenoir-Rhyne, 9/30/00 Intercepted two passes 2, Lyall Harrison vs. Mars Hill, 10/31/09 Kicked a 50-yard field goal 52, Gareth Rowlands at Elizabeth City St. Kicked a 60-yard punt 64, John Gregory vs. Albany State, 11/15/08 Kicked a 70-yard punt 71, John Gregory vs. Carson-Newman, 11/8/08

TUSCULUM TEAM Rushed for 300 yards 301 vs. Jacksonville, 11/13/99 Rushed for 500 yards 520 vs. Maryville, 11/5/94 Passed for 300 yards 510 at Catawba, 11/6/10 Passed for 400 yards 510 at Catawba, 11/6/10 Passed for 500 yards 510 at Catawba, 11/6/10 Had 500 yards total offense 638 at Catawba, 11/6/10 Had 25 first downs 28 vs. Carson-Newman, 11/13/10 Scored 50 points 54 at Catawba, 11/6/10 Scored a safety 1 vs. Elizabeth City State, 9/13/08 Scored a two-point conversion 1 vs. Newberry, 10/9/10 Posted a shutout 21-0 vs. Urbana, 9/20/08 Was shutout 38-0 vs. Carson-Newman, 10/15/05 Held an opponent under 100 yards rushing 82 at Western Carolina, 9/11/10 Held an opponent under 5 yards rushing 3 vs. Newberry, 10/25/08 Held an opponent under 100 yards passing 32 vs. Carson-Newman, 11/13/10 Held an opponent under 200 total yards 163 vs. Urbana, 9/20/08 Held an opponent under 100 total yards 95 at Brevard, 9/23/06 Blocked a punt 1 at Catawba, 11/6/10 Blocked a field goal 1 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne, 10/3/09 Blocked an extra-point 1 vs. Carson-Newman, 11/13/10

38 - 2011 Tusculum Football

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL

Rushed for 100 yards 208, Doug Belk-Carson-Newman, 11/13/10 Rushed for 200 yards 208, Doug Belk-Carson-Newman, 11/13/10 Passed for 300 yards 333, Cody Haffly-Wingate, 10/16/10 Passed for 400 yards 515, Bryan Ehrlich-Newberry, 10/9/10 Passed for 500 yards 515, Bryan Ehrlich-Newberry, 10/9/10 Had 100 yards Receiving 112, Perry Floyd-Wingate, 10/16/10 (2 rec.) Had 200 yards Receiving 322, Brandon Bos�ck-Newberry, 10/9/10 (11 rec.) Returned a punt for a touchdown Wynton Jackson-Liberty, 9/1/07 (65 yds) Returned a kickoff for a touchdown LJ McCray-Catawba, 11/6/10 (99 yds & 94 yds) Returned an intercep�on for a touchdown Josh Baker-Mars Hill, 10/2/10 (44 yds) Returned a fumble for a touchdown Derrell Mills-Newberry, 10/28/06 (40 yds.) Recovered a fumble for a touchdown Chris Almonte-Charleston, 8/29/09 Returned a blocked punt for a touchdown Never Returned a blocked field goal for a touchdown Cory Reese-Catawba, 9/11/99 (70 yds) Rushed for three touchdowns 3, Tyron Douglas-Carson-Newman, 11/13/10 Threw three touchdown passes 7, Bryan Ehrich-Newberry, 10/9/10 Caught three touchdown passes 3, Brandon Bos�ck-Newberry, 10/9/10 Kicked three field goals 4, Colin Corpe-Lenoir-Rhyne, 10/23/10 A quarterback threw three intercep�ons 3, Luis Cruz-Mars Hill, 10/31/09 Had a 70-yard run from scrimmage 79, Andrew Courman-Lenoir-Rhyne, 10/23/10 Had a 70-yard pass comple�on 73, Cody Haffly to Perry Floyd, 10/16/10 Had an 80-yard pass comple�on 84, A. Metzelaars to Dan Brooks-Wingate, 9/30/06 Had 15 tackles 16, Derrell Mills-Newberry, 10/28/06 Intercepted two passes 2, Oliver Davis-Carson-Newman, 11/13/10 Returned a defensive PAT 1, Stan Galbraith-Mars Hill, 11/3/07 Kicked a 50-yard field goal 50, Andrew Coln-Lenoir-Rhyne, 10/6/07 Kicked a 60-yard punt 64, Chris Brown-Carson-Newman, 11/10/07 Kicked a 70-yard punt 75, Eric Wa�s-Brevard, 10/10/09

OPPONENT TEAM

Rushed for 300 yards 452 by Carson-Newman, 11/13/10 Rushed for 400 yards 452 by Carson-Newman, 11/13/10 Passed for 300 yards 333 by Wingate, 10/16/10 Passed for 400 yards 515 by Newberry, 10/9/10 Had 500 yards total offense 620 by Newberry, 10/9/10 Had 25 first downs 26 by Carson-Newman, 11/13/10 Scored 50 points 63 by Newberry, 10/9/10 Scored a safety 1 by North Alabama, 9/8/07 Scored a two-point conversion 1 by Carson-Newman, 11/13/10 Scored a defensive two-point conversion 1 by Mars Hill, 11/3/07 Held Tusculum under 100 yards rushing 37 by Carson-Newman, 11/13/10 Held Tusculum under 100 yards passing 67 by Carson-Newman, 11/11/06 Held Tusculum under 200 total yards 140 by Carson-Newman, 11/11/06 Held Tusculum under 100 total yards 89 by North Alabama, 9/3/05 Blocked a punt 2 by Urbana, 9/19/09 Blocked a field goal 1 by Urbana, 9/20/07 Blocked an extra-point 1 by Delta State, 11/22/08

YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

Year W 1901 1902 0 1903 1 1904 0 1905 1 1906 1 1907 *1908 0 1909 0 1910-12 1913 1 *1914 2 1915 3 1916 2 1917 2 1918 3 1919 2 1920 1 *1921 0 1922 5 1923 1 1924 4 1925 2 1926 6 1927 0 1928 4 1929 3 1930 2 1931 6 1932 5 1933 2 1934 5 1935 2 1936 0 1937 0 1938 0 1939 0 1940 1 1941 3 1942-45 1946 1 1947 0 1948 2 1949 2 1950 2 1951-90 1991 0 1992 4 1993 5 1994 6 1995 3 1996 1 1997 2 1998 5 1999 2 2000 7 2001 8 2002 7 2003 9 2004 6 2005 3 2006 6 2007 6 2008 9 2009 3 2010 6

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T Pct. Unknown 1 0 .000 1 0 .500 2 0 .000 0 0 1.00 2 1 .375 No Team 3 1 .125 3 1 .125 No Team 2 0 .333 1 0 .667 1 1 .700 3 0 .400 2 1 .500 0 0 1.00 3 1 .417 4 0 .200 3 0 .000 3 0 .625 5 0 .167 4 0 .375 5 0 .286 3 0 .667 5 2 .143 2 2 .625 3 2 .500 5 1 .313 1 1 .813 2 0 .714 3 2 .429 2 1 .688 5 1 .313 7 0 .000 5 3 .188 8 1 .056 7 1 .063 7 0 .125 6 0 .333 No Team 7 0 .125 8 0 .000 7 0 .222 5 1 .313 6 0 .250 No Team 10 0 .000 6 0 .400 5 0 .500 3 0 .667 6 0 .333 9 0 .100 9 0 .182 6 0 .455 9 0 .182 4 0 .636 2 0 .800 4 0 .636 2 0 .818 4 0 .600 7 0 .300 5 0 .546 5 0 .546 4 0 .692 7 0 .300 5 0 .546

Head Coach Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown

Unknown Unknown Unknown J. Bruce Anderson Unknown Unknown Sam Doak Sam Doak Unknown Hal Blair G.D. Downing Thomas E. McCann Sam Graham Carlton Palmer Carlton Palmer Sam Doak Sam Doak Sam Doak Sam Doak Sam Doak Sam Doak Sam Doak Sam Doak Sam Doak Ty Disney Johnny Faulds Johnny Faulds Laird Holt Laird Holt Marion Edens Tom Armstrong Tom Armstrong Tom Armstrong Tom Armstrong Tom Bryant Tom Bryant Tom Bryant Tom Bryant Dewayne Wells Dewayne Wells Dewayne Wells Frankie DeBusk Frankie DeBusk Frankie DeBusk Frankie DeBusk Frankie DeBusk Frankie DeBusk Frankie DeBusk Frankie DeBusk Frankie DeBusk Frankie DeBusk Frankie DeBusk Frankie DeBusk Frankie DeBusk

Head Coach Years J. Bruce Anderson .. 1916 Hal Blair ................. ?-1922 G.D. Downing ........ 1923 Thomas McCann .... 1924 Sam Graham .......... 1925 Carlton Palmer....... 1926-27 Sam Doak .............. 1919-20, 28-36 Ty Disney ............... 1937 Johnny Faulds ........ 1938-39 Laird Holt ............... 1940-41 Marion Edens ........ 1946 Tom Armstrong ...... 1947-50 Tom Bryant ............ 1991-94 Dewayne Wells ...... 1995-97 Frankie DeBusk ...... 1998* Results Incomplete

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Tom Bryant

W 2 1 4 2 6 32 0 0 4 1 6 15 6 77

L T Pct. 3 0 .400 Incomplete 5 0 .167 4 0 .500 5 0 .286 8 2 .438 37 11 .481 5 3 .188 15 2 .059 13 0 .235 7 0 .125 26 1 .197 24 0 .388 24 0 .200 64 0 .546

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PIONEERS

IN THE

PIONEERS

Player Ma� Ball Tyson Baynes Nate Binder Bull Brown Aaron Claridy Ricardo Colclough

Tony Colston Ma� Cook Ryan Cuthbert Paul Czerniak Alan Dunn Birdie Dockery

Jerrod Gunter Mike Hobbs Reggie Jones Marvin Kelly Donny LaFleur Octavius Love Caleb Slover

D.J. Starling Derrick S�nson Jermaine Washington Kevin Weston Kevin Wolco�

PROS

IN THE

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Organiza�on (League) Mountain Empire Warriors (NAFL) Amiens Spar�ates (French Football League) Bri�sh Columbia Lions (CFL) Greensboro Prowlers (Arenafootball2) Mountain Empire Warriors (NAFL) Pi�sburgh Steelers (NFL) Cleveland Browns (NFL) Carolina Panthers (NFL) Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) Omaha Nighthawks (UFL) Tennessee Valley Vipers (Arenafootball2) Mountain Empire Warriors (NAFL) San Diego Rip�de (Arenafootball2) Carolina Rhinos (Arenafootball2) Louisville Fire (Arenafootball2) Atlanta Falcons (NFL) Dayton (IFL) Ohio Valley Greyhounds (NIFL) Tennessee Riverhawks (NIFL) Greenville Riverhawks (NIFL) Cape Fear Wildcats (Arenafootball2) Mountain Empire Warriors (NAFL) Columbus Wardogs (Arenafootball2) Mountain Empire Warriors (NAFL) Mountain Empire Warriors (NAFL) Greenville Prowl (Arenafootball2) Carolina Rhinos (Arenafootball2) Greensboro Prowlers (Arenafootball2) Macon Knights (Arenafootball2) Rio Grande Valley Dorados (Arenafootball2) Mountain Empire Warriors (NAFL) Mountain Empire Warriors (NAFL) Richmond Speed (Arenafootball2) Iowa Barnstormers (Arenafootball2) Greensboro Prowlers (Arenafootball2) Tennessee Titans (NFL)

Ricardo Colclough 6-Year NFL Veteran

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Opponent W-L-T Albany State ..................... 1-0-0 All-Stars ............................ 1-0-0 Appalachian State............. 1-6-0 Arkansas-Mon�cello ......... 0-1-0 Asheville School................ 0-1-0 Aus�n Peay State .............. 0-1-0 Baker Himel ...................... 1-3-0 Bethel ............................... 3-1-0 Biltmore ............................ 5-0-0 Bingham, Mass. ................ 0-2-0 Bluefield ........................... 1-2-1 Brevard ...........................6-2-0 Bristol YMCA ..................... 1-0-0 Burri� ............................... 1-0-0 California (Pa.) .................. 0-1-0 Campbellsville .................. 2-3-0 Carson-Newman ..........10-28-2 Catawba ........................5-10-0 Centre ............................... 0-3-0 Cha�anooga ..................... 1-2-0 Charleston (W.Va.) ............ 2-2-0 Charleston Southern ........ 1-3-0 Concord ............................ 3-7-1 Cumberland (Ky.) .............. 3-2-0 Cumberland (Tenn.) .......... 1-8-0 Delta State ........................ 0-1-0 East Carolina ..................... 0-1-0 East Tennessee St. .......... 5-18-3 Eastern Kentucky .............. 0-1-0

First Met 2008 1926 1930 2000 1909 1998 1903 1948 1930 1904 1927 1940 1905 1934 1996 1991 1904 1996 1947 1916 2007 1996 1924 1991 1939 2008 1941 1921 1927

Last Met 2008 1926 1938 2000 1909 1998 1908 2006 1935 1909 1939 2010 1905 1934 1996 1995 2010 2010 1950 1920 2010 2003 2005 1995 1996 2008 1941 1950 1927

Streak Won 1 Won 1 Lost 6 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 2 Won 3 Won 5 Lost 2 Lost 2 Won 1 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 2 Won 1 Lost 3 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 1 Won 2 Won 2 Lost 6 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 13 Lost 1

Opponent W-L-T Elizabeth City State ........... 1-1-0 Elon .................................. 1-0-0 Emory & Henry ............... 3-14-0 Evansville .......................... 0-2-0 Findlay .............................. 1-0-0 Gardner-Webb .................. 0-4-0 Georgetown (Ky.) .............. 2-3-0 Georgia Southern .................... Greeneville HS .................. 3-0-0 Guilford ............................ 1-0-0 Hiwassee .......................... 7-2-1 Holbrook ........................... 1-0-0 Jacksonville (Fla.) .............. 2-0-0 Johnson City AA ................ 0-1-1 King................................. 3-11-1 Knox Central HS ................ 0-1-0 Knoxville HS ...................... 1-0-1 Lambuth ........................... 1-4-0 Lenoir-Rhyne ...................9-5-0 Liberty .............................. 0-1-0 Lincoln Memorial.............. 3-2-0 Livingstone ....................... 2-0-0 Mars Hill ........................16-9-2 Maryville......................... 8-19-2 Middle Tennessee St......... 1-1-0 Miles ................................. 1-0-0 Milligan ........................... 6-15-2 Millsaps ............................ 1-0-0 Mississippi College ........... 0-2-0 Morehead State................ 2-0-0

First Last Met Met 2008 2009 2003 2003 1915 1950 1991 1992 2010 2010 1997 2008 1991 1995 First Mee�ng 1906 1917 1929 1929 1925 1950 1941 1941 1999 2000 1908 1908 1909 1937 1906 1906 1906 1914 1991 1995 1924 2010 2007 2007 1924 1931 1999 2000 1922 2010 1914 1998 1924 1938 2005 2005 1918 1950 1997 1997 1996 1997 2001 2002

Streak Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 8 Lost 2 Won 1 Lost 4 Lost 1 Won 3 Won 1 Won 3 Won 1 Won 2 Tied 1 Tied 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 3 Lost 2 Lost 1 Won 1 Won 2 Lost 1 Won 5 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 2 Won 2

First Last Opponent W-L-T Met Met Morehouse ....................... 2-0-0 2002 2003 Morristown HS ................. 1-0-0 1917 1917 Murphy ............................. 1-0-0 1922 1922 Newberry ........................8-5-0 1998 2010 North Alabama ................. 0-4-0 2004 2007 North Carolina-Pembroke ........ First Mee�ng North Dakota State ........... 0-1-0 2003 2003 North Greenville ..............2-0-0 1995 2002 Presbyterian ..................... 1-0-0 1997 2006 Roanoke ............................ 0-2-1 1919 1941 Saint Paul’s ....................... 2-0-0 2006 2007 S�llman............................. 1-0-0 2001 2001 Sue Benne� ...................... 1-0-0 1994 1994 Tennessee ......................... 0-3-0 1915 1919 Tennessee JV .................... 1-2-0 1918 1922 Tennessee-Mar�n............. 2-0-0 2001 2002 Tennessee Wesleyan ........ 1-4-0 1923 1993 Union (Ky.) ........................ 4-5-0 1922 1995 Urbana.............................. 3-0-0 2008 2010 Virginia-Wise+ .................. 3-5-0 1991 1998 Washington College .......... 0-1-0 1901 1901 Weaver ............................. 5-1-0 1923 1932 West Georgia ...................0-1-0 1995 1995 West Virginia Tech+ .......... 2-1-0 1929 2000 Western Carolina .............. 1-4-1 1937 2010 Wingate.........................5-10-0 1996 2010 Winston-Salem State ........ 1-0-0 2004 2004 2011 Opponents in Bold + School name has been changed: Virginia-Wise Valley; West Virginia Tech was New River State

Streak Won 2 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 1 Lost 4 Lost 1 Won 2 Lost 3 Lost 2 Won 2 Won 1 Won 1 Lost 3 Lost 2 Won 2 Won 1 Lost 2 Won 3 Won 1 Lost 1 Won 5 Lost 1 Won 2 Won 1 Lost 3 Won 1 was Clinch

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Loca�on ............................................ Salisbury, N.C. Founded ..........................................................1851 Enrollment ......................................................1,000 Nickname ..................................... Catawba Indians Colors ....................................... Navy Blue & White Stadium ........................................ Shuford Stadium Capacity/Surface ................................. 4,500/Grass Affilia�on ....................................... NCAA Division II Conference .................... South Atlan�c Conference President ............................ Dr. Joseph B. Oxendine Athle�c Director ........................... Dennis Davidson Head Coach .......................................... Chip Hester Alma Mater ......................................Guilford, 1992 Record at School ....................................... 57-30 (8) Career Record ........................................... 57-30 (8) Basic Offense ................................................... Pro-I Basic Defense .................................................... 4-3 2010 Record ...................................................... 6-4 2010 Conference Record (Finish) ..............4-3 (3rd) Le�ermen Returning/Lost ............................. 34/12 Starters Returning/Lost ................................... 16/8 Press Box ........................................ (704) 645-4547 Series ............................................... CAT leads 10-5

Loca�on ..............................................Brevard, N.C. Founded ..........................................................1853 Enrollment .........................................................650 Nickname ................................................. Tornados Colors .......................................Royal Blue & White Stadium ........................Brevard Memorial Stadium Capacity/Surface ................................. 7,000/Grass Affilia�on ....................................... NCAA Division II Conference .................... South Atlan�c Conference Interim President ....................... Dr. Charles Teague Athle�c Director ........................................Kim Pate Head Coach ...................................... Paul Hamilton Alma Mater ...................... Appalachian State, 1981 Record at School ....................................... 14-29 (4) Career Record ......................................... 59-86 (12) Basic Offense ......................................Triple Op�on Basic Defense .................................................... 3-4 2010 Record ...................................................... 4-7 2010 Conference Record (Finish) ..............1-6 (8th) Le�ermen Returning/Lost ................................ N/A Starters Returning/Lost ................................... 17/8 Press Box ........................................ (828) 553-0080 Series ................................................... TC leads 6-2

Loca�on .......................................... Pembroke, N.C. Founded ..........................................................1887 Enrollment ......................................................6,944 Nickname ..................................................... Braves Colors ................................................. Black & Gold Stadium ..........................Grace P. Johnson Stadium Capacity/Surface ................................. 3,000/Grass Affilia�on ....................................... NCAA Division II Conference ......................................... Independent Chancellor .................................... Dr. Kyle R. Carter Athle�c Director ...................................Dan Kenney Head Coach ....................................... Pete Shinnick Alma Mater .................................... Colorado, 1988 Record at School ....................................... 27-15 (4) Career Record ......................................... 80-37 (11) Basic Offense ................................ Mul�ple/Pro-Set Basic Defense .................................................... 4-3 2010 Record ...................................................... 5-5 2010 Conference Record (Finish) ..................... N/A Le�ermen Returning/Lost ................................ N/A Starters Returning/Lost ................................. 10/12 Press Box .......................................................... TBA Series ................................................. First Mee�ng

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Loca�on ...............................................Hickory, N.C. Founded ..........................................................1891 Enrollment ......................................................1,800 Nickname ....................................................... Bears Colors ............................................Cardinal & Black Stadium ......................................... Moretz Stadium Capacity/Surface ................................. 8,500/Grass Affilia�on ....................................... NCAA Division II Conference .................... South Atlan�c Conference President .....................................Dr. Wayne Powell Athle�c Director .............................Neill McGeachy Head Coach ...................................... Mike Houston Alma Mater .....................................Mars Hill, 1994 Record at School ........................................ 0-0 (1st) Career Record ............................................ 0-0 (1st) Basic Offense ........................................... Flex Bone Basic Defense ............................................ Mul�ple 2010 Record ...................................................... 7-4 2010 Conference Record (Finish) ............4-3 (T3rd) Le�ermen Returning ..................................... 52/37 Starters Lost................................................... 18/10 Press Box ........................................ (828) 328-7780 Series ................................................... TC leads 9-5

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Loca�on ........................................... Newberry, S.C. Founded ..........................................................1856 Enrollment ......................................................1,100 Nickname .................................................... Wolves Colors ............................................... Scarlet & Gray Stadium ............................................... Setzler Field Capacity/Surface ............................. 4,000/Ar�ficial Affilia�on ....................................... NCAA Division II Conference .................... South Atlan�c Conference President ................................. Dr. V. Sco� Koerwer Sr. VP for Inst. Adv. & Athle�cs ..........Brad Edwards Head Coach ..........................................Todd Knight Alma Mater ........................... Gardner-Webb, 1989 Record at School ....................................... 10-10 (2) Career Record ........................................... 10-10 (2) Basic Offense ................................................Spread Basic Defense ......................................... Mul�ple-8 2010 Record ...................................................... 4-6 2010 Conference Record (Finish) ............3-4 (T5th) Le�ermen Returning/Lost ............................. 60/28 Starters Returning/Lost ................................. 16/11 Press Box ........................................ (803) 947-2107 Series ................................................... TC leads 8-5

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Loca�on ............................................ Mars Hill, N.C. Founded ..........................................................1856 Enrollment ......................................................1,100 Nickname ....................................................... Lions Colors ......................................... Royal Blue & Gold Stadium ................ Ammons Family Athle�c Center Capacity/Surface ............................. 5,000/Ar�ficial Affilia�on ....................................... NCAA Division II Conference .................... South Atlan�c Conference President ...................................... Dr. Dan Lunsford Athle�c Director ................................ David Riggins Head Coach ........................................... Tim Cli�on Alma Mater ....................................... Mercer, 1976 Record at School ..................................... 98-91 (18) Career Record ......................................... 98-91 (17) Basic Offense ............................................. Mul�ple Basic Defense ............................................ Mul�ple 2010 Record ...................................................... 5-6 2010 Conference Record (Finish) ............3-4 (T5th) Le�ermen Returning/Lost ............................. 39/16 Starters Returning/Lost ................................. 14/11 Press Box ........................................ (828) 689-1376 Series .............................................. TC leads 16-9-2


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Loca�on ................................... Jefferson City, Tenn. Founded ..........................................................1851 Enrollment ......................................................2,100 Nickname ......................................................Eagles Colors ...................................Orange, Blue & White Stadium ....................................Burke-Tarr Stadium Capacity/Surface ............................. 5,500/Ar�ficial Affilia�on ....................................... NCAA Division II Conference .................... South Atlan�c Conference President ............................... Dr. J. Randall O’Brien Athle�c Director ................................. David Barger Head Coach ........................................... Ken Sparks Alma Mater ........................ Carson-Newman, 1968 Record at School ................................ 294-74-2 (31) Career Record .................................... 294-74-2 (31) Basic Offense ....................................... Veer Op�on Basic Defense .................................................... 4-3 2010 Record ...................................................... 7-4 2010 Conference Record (Finish) ............. 5-2 (2nd) Le�ermen Returning/Lost ................................ N/A Starters Returning/Lost ................................... 18/9 Press Box ........................................ (865) 471-3521 Series .......................................... C-N leads 28-10-2

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Loca�on .............................................Wingate, N.C. Founded ..........................................................1896 Enrollment ......................................................2,359 Nickname .................................................. Bulldogs Colors ................................... Navy Blue & Old Gold Stadium .....................................Irwin Belk Stadium Capacity/Surface ................................. 3,500/Grass Affilia�on ....................................... NCAA Division II Conference ....................................... South Atlan�c President ................................... Dr. Jerry E. McGee VP/Athle�c Director ............................ Steve Poston Head Coach ..............................................Joe Reich Alma Mater ................................. Ge�ysburg, 1987 Record at School ..................................... 66-43 (10) Career Record ......................................... 66-43 (10) Basic Offense ............................................. Mul�ple Basic Defense ............................................ Mul�ple 2010 Record ...................................................... 9-3 2010 Conference Record (Finish) .............. 6-1 (1st) Le�ermen Returning/Lost ............................. 39/19 Starters Returning/Lost ................................. 12/10 Press Box ....................(704) 233-8289 or 507-0056 Series ............................................... WU leads 10-5

2011 COMPOSITE SCHEDULE Thursday, September 1, 2011 Carson-Newman at Glenville State, 7 pm Saturday, September 3, 2011 Charleston (W.Va.) at Mars Hill, 1 pm West Georgia at Tusculum, 1 pm Catawba at St. Augus�ne’s, 1:30 pm Valdosta State at Wingate, 1:30 pm North Greenville at Newberry, 3 pm UNC Pembroke at Faye�eville State, 6 pm Brevard at Gardner Webb, 6 pm Lenoir-Rhyne at Concord, 7 pm Georgia Southern at Samford, TBA Thursday, September 8, 2011 Faye�eville State at Carson-Newman, 7 pm Newberry at Valdosta State, 8 pm Saturday, September 10, 2011 North Greenville at Presbyterian, 1:30 pm Johnson C. Smith at Brevard, 2 pm Tusculum at Georgia Southern, 6 pm Mars Hill at Western Carolina, 6 pm Chowan at UNC Pembroke, 6 pm Catawba at Coastal Carolina, 7 pm Lenoir-Rhyne at Davidson, 7 pm Newberry at Valdosta State, 7 pm Wingate at Albany State, 7 pm Thursday, September 15, 2011 Miles at West Georgia, 7 pm

Saturday, October 1, 2011 CARSON-NEWMAN AT WINGATE, 1:30 pm MARS HILL AT NEWBERRY, 4 pm TUSCULUM AT BREVARD, 6 pm UNC Pembroke at Catawba, 7 pm Henderson State at West Georgia, 7 pm Lenoir-Rhyne at North Greenville, TBD Georgia Southern at Elon, TBA

Saturday, November 5, 2011 TUSCULUM AT CARSON-NEWMAN, 1 pm North Greenville at Wingate, 1:30 pm CATAWBA AT BREVARD, 2 pm NEWBERRY AT LENOIR-RHYNE, 2 pm Winston-Salem State at UNC Pembroke, 2 pm The Citadel at Georgia Southern, 2 pm West Georgia at North Alabama, 7 pm

Saturday, October 8, 2011 CATAWBA AT CARSON-NEWMAN, 1 pm WINGATE AT MARS HILL, 1:30 pm North Greenville at Central State, 1:30 pm BREVARD AT LENOIR-RHYNE, 2 pm Tusculum at UNC Pembroke, 2 pm West Georgia at Harding, 7 pm Cha�anooga at Georgia Southern, TBA

Saturday, November 12, 2011 CARSON-NEWMAN AT MARS HILL, 1 pm West Liberty at UNC Pembroke, 1 pm Notre Dame College at North Greenville, 1 pm LENOIR-RHYNE AT CATAWBA, 1:30 pm WINGATE AT TUSCULUM, 1:30 pm BREVARD AT NEWBERRY, 2 pm Delta State at West Georgia, 2 pm Georgia Southern at Wofford, TBA

Saturday, October 15, 2011 UNC Pembroke at Charleston (W.Va.), 1 pm MARS HILL AT CATAWBA, 1:30 pm NEWBERRY AT WINGATE, 1:30 pm Carson-Newman at North Greenville, 2 pm St. Augus�ne’s at West Georgia, 2 pm LENOIR-RHYNE AT TUSCULUM, 2:30 pm Brevard at Southern Virginia, 4 pm Furman at Georgia Southern, 6 pm Thursday, October 20, 2011 West Alabama at West Georgia, 7 pm

Saturday, September 17, 2011 MARS HILL AT BREVARD, 2 pm CARSON-NEWMAN AT LENOIR-RHYNE, 7 pm NEWBERRY AT CATAWBA, 7 pm Wingate at UNC Pembroke, 2 pm Tusculum at North Greenville, 7 pm

Saturday, October 22, 2011 LENOIR-RHYNE AT MARS HILL, 1 pm WINGATE AT CATAWBA, 1:30 pm North Greenville at Brevard, 2 pm Presbyterian at Georgia Southern, 2 pm UNC Pembroke at Carson-Newman, 3 pm TUSCULUM AT NEWBERRY, 4 pm

Saturday, September 24, 2011 NEWBERRY AT CARSON-NEWMAN, 1 pm North Greenville at Mars Hill, 1 pm BREVARD AT WINGATE, 1:30 pm CATAWBA AT TUSCULUM, 2 pm Glenville State at UNC Pembroke, 2 pm Western Carolina at Georgia Southern, 6 pm Arkansas-Mon�cello at West Georgia, 7 pm

Saturday, October 29, 2011 BREVARD AT CARSON-NEWMAN, 1 pm MARS HILL AT TUSCULUM, 1:30 pm WINGATE AT LENOIR-RHYNE, 2 pm West Georgia at Valdosta State, 2 pm Catawba at North Greenville, 3:30 pm UNC Pembroke at Newberry, 4 pm Georgia Southern at Appalachian State, TBA

Saturday, November 19, 2011 NCAA Division II Playoffs, First Round, TBA Georgia Southern at Alabama, TBA Saturday, November 26, 2011 NCAA Division II Playoffs, Second Round, TBA Saturday, December 3, 2011 NCAA Division II Playoffs, Quarterfinals, TBA Saturday, December 10, 2011 NCAA Division II Playoffs, Semifinals, TBA Saturday, December 17, 2011 at NCAA Division II Playoffs, Championship%, TBA South Atlan�c Conference Game in ALL CAPS % Florence, Ala.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1901

1919 (2-3-1)

1927 (0-5-2)

Record and Scores Not Available

Coach: Sam Doak Date Opponent W/L Score 9/27 at Tennessee L 6-29 10/3 at Cha�anooga L 7-9 10/11 Carson-Newman W 103-0 10/18 Emory & Henry W 36-7 10/25 vs. Roanoke& L 0-19 11/1 Maryville T 0-0 & played in Bristol, Va.

Coach: Carlton Palmer Opponent W/L Bluefield T at King T Maryville L Eastern Kentucky L at Emory & Henry L Carson-Newman L at Milligan L

1902 (0-1) Date ------

Opponent Washington College

Date -----------

Opponent Baker Himel Baker Himel

W/L L

Score 0-18

1903 (1-1) W/L L W

Score 0-18 13-0

1904 (0-2) Date -----------

Opponent Bingham (Mass.) Carson-Newman

Date ------

Opponent Bristol YMCA

W/L L L

Score 0-63 0-35

1905 (1-0) W/L W

Score 16-6

1906 (1-2-1) Date ---------------------

Opponent Knox Central HS Greeneville HS Knoxville HS Baker Himel

W/L Score L 6-8 W 11-6 T 12-12 L 0-6

1907

1920 (1-4) Coach: Sam Doak Date Opponent W/L 10/2 vs. Cha�anooga% L 10/9 Carson-Newman W -----Emory & Henry L -----UT Reserves L -----Maryville L % played in Knoxville, Tenn.

Date --------------------------

Opponent Baker Himel Johnson City AA Johnson City AA Roanoke College St. Albans

Date ---------------------

Opponent King Bingham (Mass.) Asheville School King

W/L L L T ? ?

Score 5-16 0-6 0-0 ??? ???

W/L L L L T

Score 0-11 0-5 0-23 0-0

1910-1912 No Team

1913 (1-2) Opponent Greeneville HS Carson-Newman King

Date ---------------------

Opponent Knoxville HS Maryville Carson-Newman King

W/L W L L

Score 33-0 0-6 0-22

1914 �2�1�+ W/L W L W ?

Score 24-7 6-7 7-0 ???

Date 10/7 10/14 10/20 10/28 11/11 11/18 11/25 11/30

Opponent at Tennessee King Emory & Henry Maryville Carson-Newman

W/L L W W T W

Score 0-21 18-0 28-0 0-0 26-0

1916 (2-3) Date 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21

Coach: J. Bruce Anderson Opponent W/L at Tennessee L at Emory & Henry L Maryville L Carson-Newman W Cha�anooga W

Score 0-33 0-35 0-20 12-6 13-7

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Opponent Maryville Morristown HS Roanoke Greeneville HS Maryville

Date 11/2 -----------

Opponent Carson-Newman (H) Tennessee B Team Milligan

W/L L L L ? ? ? ?

Score 0-20 0-14 0-28 ??? ??? ??? ???

W/L Score L 0-13 W 81-0 T 6-6 W 51-13 L 6-32

W/L Score W 7-0 L 3-90 W 3-0 L 0-3 W 74-0 W 6-0 W 60-0 L 14-38

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Coach: G.D. Downing Opponent W/L East Tennessee State L Weaver L Mars Hill W at Milligan L at Emory & Henry L Tennessee Wesleyan L

Date ----------10/11 10/18 Oct. 11/8 11/15 11/27

Coach: Thomas E. McCann Opponent W/L Weaver W Concord L at Emory & Henry L at Lincoln Memorial W Middle Tennessee St. W at Milligan L at Lenoir-Rhyne L East Tennessee State W

Score 0-13 7-9 22-0 7-45 0-40 0-13

1924 (4-4) Score 17-7 0-21 9-14 13-0 23-6 3-33 0-6 21-7

1925 (2-5) Date 10/3 10/17 10/23 10/31 11/14 11/21 11/28

Coach: Sam Graham Opponent W/L Score Hiwassee W 6-0 Lincoln Memorial L 0-19 at Tennessee Wesleyan L 0-13 Weaver W 25-0 at Emory & Henry L 7-21 Concord L 0-21 at East Tennessee State L 13-18

1926 (6-3) Date 10/2 -----10/16 10/30 -----11/11 11/20 11/27 ------

1918 (3-0) W/L W W W

Coach: Hal Blair Opponent East Tennessee State King at Milligan UT Freshman Union (Ky.) Mars Hill Murphy College at Emory & Henry

1923 (1-5)

1915 (3-1-1) Date 10/2 ---------------------

Score 0-21 10-0 0-38 0-20 6-22

1922 (5-3)

1909 (0-3-1)

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Opponent East Tennessee State Milligan King (H) Tennessee B Team Carson-Newman Emory & Henry Tennessee Wesleyan

Score 52-0 35-0 26-0

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Score 0-0 0-0 0-19 0-13 0-6 0-6 9-12

1928 (4-2-2)

1921 (0-3)+ Date ----------10/14 ---------------------

No Team

1908 (0-2-1)+

Date 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/29 11/3 11/11 11/24

1935 (2-5-1)

Coach: Carlton Palmer Opponent W/L Score Milligan W 3-0 at Maryville L 0-27 Weaver W 13-0 at Lincoln Memorial W 17-14 at Carson-Newman L 7-35 Emory & Henry W 14-3 King L 7-13 East Tennessee State W 19-0 All-Stars W 7-0

Date -----10/12 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/12 11/17 11/26

Coach: Sam Doak Opponent W/L Score King W 6-0 Maryville L 0-18 Concord T 0-0 Mars Hill W 25-7 at Emory & Henry L 0-28 at Carson-Newman T 6-6 at Bluefield W 25-12 Milligan W 15-0

Date 9/27 10/4 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/11 11/16 11/28

Date 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/26 11/2 11/11 11/16 11/28

Date 9/24 10/3 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/11 11/21

Score 7-0 0-20 21-6 0-21 0-0 6-6 6-0 0-13

Date 9/25 10/1 10/9 10/15 10/23 10/29 11/11 11/20

1931 (6-1-1) Date 10/2 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/11 11/18 11/25

Coach: Sam Doak Opponent W/L Weaver W Maryville W Biltmore W at Carson-Newman L at King L Milligan W East Tennessee State W

Score 2-0 8-6 13-0 0-14 29-0 6-2 61-0 6-6

Score 7-0 7-0 47-0 0-6 0-19 19-6 7-6

1933 (2-3-2) Date 9/28 10/6 10/20 11/4 11/11 11/19 11/24

Coach: Sam Doak Opponent W/L Biltmore W at Maryville L Carson-Newman L King W at Milligan T Appalachian State L at East Tennessee State T

Score 0-0 0-25 0-0 0-13 0-19 0-38 6-7 7-7

Date 9/24 9/30 10/8 10/15 10/27 11/5 11/12 11/21 11/26

Coach: Johnny Faulds Opponent W/L Mars Hill T at Maryville* L vs. Hiwassee+ L at Carson-Newman* L East Tennessee State* L at Appalachian State* L at Bluefield L at Middle Tennessee St. L Milligan* L

Score 6-6 0-28 0-20 0-51 6-19 0-67 0-24 0-39 0-19

+ played in Pennington Gap, Va.

1932 (5-2) Date 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 11/4 11/11 11/25

Coach: Ty Disney Opponent W/L Mars Hill T at Maryville* L Western Carolina T Carson-Newman* L at East Tennessee State* L Appalachian State* L at Milligan* L at King* T

1938 (0-8-1)

Coach: Sam Doak Opponent W/L Score Mars Hill L 6-7 Appalachian State L 0-13 at King L 0-13 Lincoln Memorial L 6-12 Carson-Newman L 2-7 at East Tennessee State W 31-13 Biltmore W 32-0 Milligan T 0-0

Coach: Sam Doak Opponent W/L at Weaver W Hiwassee W at Lincoln Memorial W Carson-Newman L Mars Hill W at Milligan W Biltmore W at East Tennessee State T

Coach: Sam Doak Opponent W/L Score Mars Hill L 0-6 Maryville L 0-14 at Carson-Newman L 6-54 East Tennessee State L 0-13 at Appalachian State L 0-45 at Milligan L 13-27 at King L 0-45

1937 (0-5-3)

1930 (2-5-1) Date -----10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/11 11/18 11/26

Score 13-0 0-26 13-0 0-46 6-19 6-6 0-6 0-13

1936 (0-7)

1929 (3-3-2) Coach: Sam Doak Opponent W/L Mars Hill W New River State L at Concord W at King L Carson-Newman T East Tennessee State T Guilford W at Milligan L

Coach: Sam Doak Opponent W/L at Mars Hill W at Maryville L Biltmore W Carson-Newman L at East Tennessee State L at Milligan T Appalachian State L at King L

Score 32-0 0-26 7-25 9-0 0-0 3-20 6-6

1934 (5-2-1) Smoky Mountain Athle�c Conference Champions Coach: Sam Doak Date Opponent W/L Score 9/29 Mars Hill W 12-0 10/6 Maryville W 8-6 10/20 at Carson-Newman W 3-0 10/26 Burri� W 44-13 11/10 at Milligan T 7-7 11/17 at Appalachian State W 10-0 11/23 East Tennessee State L 0-6 11/29 King L 7-13

1939 (0-7-1) Date 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/25 11/4 11/10 11/18

Coach: Johnny Faulds Opponent W/L Score at Mars Hill L 0-14 Maryville* L 0-26 at Hiwassee T 12-12 Cumberland* (Tenn.) L 7-12 at East Tennessee State* L 6-13 at Milligan* L 0-19 at Bluefield L 7-34 Carson-Newman* L 0-46

1940 (1-7) Date 9/28 10/4 10/11 10/19 10/26 11/1 11/9 11/16

Coach: Laird Holt Opponent W/L Score Union (Ky.) L 6-15 Brevard W 24-0 at Cumberland* (Tenn.) L 0-34 East Tennessee State* L 0-13 at Union (Ky.) L 7-19 Milligan* L 0-20 at Emory & Henry L 0-12 at Maryville* L 18-25

1941 (3-6) Date 9/27 -----10/4 10/10 10/17 10/24 11/1 11/8 11/15

Coach: Laird Holt Opponent W/L at East Carolina L Holbrook W Hiwassee W at Roanoke College L at East Tennessee State L Union (Ky.) W at Milligan L Emory & Henry L Maryville L

* Won by forfeit

1942-1945 Football suspended -World War II

Score 0-31 1-0* 20-6 0-7 9-13 1-0* 0-33 2-12 6-14


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1993 (5-5, 3-2)

1946 (1-7) Date 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/25 11/9 11/16 11/23

Coach: Marion Edens Opponent W/L East Tennessee State L at Western Carolina L at Milligan L at Emory & Henry L Hiwassee W Carson-Newman L Brevard L at Maryville L

Score 0-14 6-33 0-12 6-27 8-0 0-21 6-25 0-41

1947 (0-8) Date 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/25 11/8 11/15 11/22 11/27

Coach: Tom Armstrong Opponent W/L Score at Centre L 6-28 Western Carolina L 6-32 Milligan L 0-40 at Hiwassee L 7-13 at Carson-Newman L 0-44 at East Tennessee State L 0-31 Maryville L 0-20 Emory & Henry L 14-21

1948 (2-7) Date 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/14 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20

Coach: Tom Armstrong Opponent W/L Score Concord L 0-27 at Western Carolina L 7-37 at Milligan L 0-7 at Cumberland (Tenn.) W 7-6 Hiwassee W 7-6 Centre L 7-27 Carson-Newman L 0-33 East Tennessee State L 0-14 at Bethel (Tenn.) L 13-14

1949 (2-5-1) Date 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/22 10/29 11/5 11/12 11/19

Coach: Tom Armstrong Opponent W/L Score at Concord L 6-13 Western Carolina L 0-20 Milligan T 7-7 vs. Hiwassee% W 34-25 Emory & Henry L 6-32 at Carson-Newman L 14-33 at East Tennessee State L 0-19 Bethel (Tenn.) W 61-0

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1950 (2-6) Date 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11 11/18

Coach: Tom Armstrong Opponent W/L Concord L at Centre L at Milligan L Hiwassee W at Emory & Henry L Carson-Newman L East Tennessee State L Maryville W

Score 6-13 0-26 0-20 14-0 0-47 0-19 6-20 7-6

1951-90 Football discon�nued

1991 (0-10, 0-7) Date 9/7 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/19 11/2 11/9 11/16

Coach: Tom Bryant Opponent W/L Score at Clinch Valley L 8-13 Lambuth* L 0-42 Tennessee Wesleyan L 0-20 Campbellsville* L 7-58 at Cumberland (Tenn.)* L 0-12 at Cumberland (Ky.)* L 14-47 Evansville* L 19-44 at Georgetown (Ky.)* L 7-70 at Maryville L 19-37 Union (Ky.)* L 20-49

1992 (4-6, 2-3) Date 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/31 11/7 11/14

Coach: Tom Bryant Opponent Clinch Valley at Lambuth* Cumberland (Tenn.) at Campbellsville* at Tennessee Wesleyan Cumberland (Ky.)* at Evansville Georgetown (Ky.)* Maryville at Union (Ky.)*

W/L W W L L L W L L W L

Score 24-13 20-13 7-13 7-27 19-33 26-16 12-13 25-35 26-19 10-33

Date 9/4 9/11 9/18 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/30 11/6 11/13

Coach: Tom Bryant Opponent at Mars Hill at Clinch Valley at Cumberland (Tenn.) Campbellsville* Tennessee Wesleyan at Cumberland (Ky.)* Lambuth* at #13 Georgetown (Ky.)* at Maryville Union (Ky.)*

W/L L L L W W L L W L W

Score 3-21 31-37 7-17 21-8 43-13 21-24 42-67 27-26 22-14 80-49

1994 (6-3, 3-2) Date 9/10 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/29 11/5 11/12

Coach: Tom Bryant Opponent #14 Clinch Valley Cumberland (Tenn.) at Campbellsville* at Sue Benne� #25 Cumberland (Ky.)* at #25 Lambuth* Georgetown (Ky.)* Maryville at Union (Ky.)*

W/L W L W W W L W W L

Score 34-31 10-27 31-0 66-6 42-28 21-44 21-13 63-22 36-58

1995 (3-6, 3-5) Date 9/9 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4

Coach: Dewayne Wells Opponent W/L at Clinch Valley L at North Greenville W Cumberland (Ky.)* W at Campbellsville* L Lambuth* L at Union (Ky.)* L Georgetown (Ky.)* L at Bethel (Tenn.) W Cumberland (Tenn.) L

Score 19-49 42-19 41-21 21-34 16-53 7-42 7-10 28-14 14-28

1996 (1-9) Date 8/31 9/5 9/14 9/21 9/28 10/5 10/19 11/2 11/9 11/16

Coach: Dewayne Wells Opponent W/L Concord L at California (PA) L Wingate L West Virginia Tech W at Catawba L at West Georgia L Mississippi College L at Cumberland (Tenn.) L at Charleston Southern L Clinch Valley L

Score 13-27 14-31 23-46 25-7 7-49 0-69 21-27 38-64 23-46 3-29

1997 (2-9) Date 9/6 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15

Coach: Dewayne Wells Opponent W/L #7 Catawba L at Mississippi College L at Charleston Southern L at Concord L Presbyterian L at Mars Hill L Millsaps W at Wingate L at Gardner-Webb L Maryville W Clinch Valley L

Score 0-48 19-26 3-12 28-58 7-49 17-44 51-34 13-51 6-66 28-14 28-31

1998 (5-6) Date 9/5 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14

Coach: Frankie DeBusk Opponent W/L Maryville W at #16 Catawba W Lenoir-Rhyne W at #10 Carson-Newman L at Presbyterian L Mars Hill L at Newberry W Wingate L Gardner-Webb L at Aus�n Peay L at Clinch Valley W

Score 24-6 23-21 20-5 21-45 6-28 24-27 31-28 14-27 10-30 7-20 30-7

2005 (3-7, 1-6)

1999 (2-9, 0-8) Date 9/2 9/11 9/18 9/23 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13

Coach: Frankie DeBusk Opponent W/L Score Livingstone W 11-9 Catawba* L 21-36 at Lenoir-Rhyne* L 14-21 at #1 Carson-Newman* L 12-49 Presbyterian* L 21-51 at Mars Hill* L 7-34 Newberry* L 20-35 at Wingate* L 14-38 at Gardner-Webb* L 21-24 at Charleston Southern L 21-35 Jacksonville W 42-36ot

2000 (7-4, 4-3) Date 8/26 9/2 9/9 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/28 11/4 11/11

Coach: Frankie DeBusk Opponent W/L West Virginia Tech+ W Arkansas-Mon�cello+ L at Livingstone W at Jacksonville W at Wingate* W Lenoir-Rhyne* W #6 Catawba* L at #7 Carson-Newman* L at Newberry* W #21 Presbyterian* L at Mars Hill* W

Score 19-17 17-23 26-0 13-6 35-18 10-9 19-24 24-77 50-37 24-27 20-7

+ played at Burley Stadium, Greeneville HS

2001 (8-2, 5-2) No. 21 NCAA II Na�onal Ranking Coach: Frankie DeBusk Date Opponent W/L 8/30 at #9 Morehead State W 9/6 Tennessee-Mar�n W 9/15 S�llman W 9/22 Wingate* W 9/29 at Lenoir-Rhyne* W 10/6 at #6 Catawba* L 10/13 #25 Carson-Newman* W 10/27 Newberry* W 11/3 at Presbyterian* L 11/10 Mars Hill* W

Score 34-27 27-16 49-21 27-15 28-23 17-21 37-36 42-12 41-48 21-14

2002 (7-4, 3-4) Date 8/29 9/5 9/14 9/21 10/5 10/12 10/19 10/26 11/2 11/9 11/16

Coach: Frankie DeBusk Opponent W/L North Greenville W at Tennessee-Mar�n W at Morehouse W #3 Morehead State W at Wingate* W Presbyterian* L at Newberry* W at #3 Carson-Newman* L #10 Catawba* L Lenoir-Rhyne* W at Mars Hill* L

Score 44-0 33-6 24-17 42-0 49-6 7-24 24-7 23-48 17-29 58-22 0-6

2003 (9-2, 6-1) South Atlan�c Conference Champions No. 19 NCAA II Na�onal Ranking Coach: Frankie DeBusk Date Opponent W/L Score 8/30 at North Dakota State L 7-28 9/6 at Elon W 17-3 9/13 Morehouse W 65-10 9/27 at Charleston Southern W 58-7 10/4 Wingate* W 55-16 10/11 at Presbyterian* W 35-27 10/18 Newberry* W 39-9 10/25 #3 Carson-Newman* W 27-18 11/1 at #7 Catawba* L 22-27 11/8 at Lenoir-Rhyne* W 28-23 11/15 Mars Hill* W 31-7

2004 (6-4, 4-3) Date 8/28 9/4 9/11 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6

Coach: Frankie DeBusk Opponent W/L at Concord W #7 North Alabama L at Winston-Salem St. W at Wingate* L Presbyterian* L at Newberry* W at #24 Carson-Newman* L #12 Catawba* W Lenoir-Rhyne* W at Mars Hill* W

Score 46-18 7-28 37-20 24-29 7-12 28-24 3-42 42-35 44-7 30-14

Date 8/25 9/3 9/17 9/24 10/1 10/8 10/15 10/22 10/29 11/5

Coach: Frankie DeBusk Opponent W/L Concord W at North Alabama L at Miles W Wingate* L at #25 Presbyterian* L Newberry* L #23 Carson-Newman* L at Catawba* L at Lenoir-Rhyne* L Mars Hill* W

Score 21-0 7-33 20-14 7-10 3-26 15-20 0-38 20-28 7-21 43-28

2006 (6-5, 3-4) Date 8/24 9/9 9/16 9/23 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/11

Coach: Frankie DeBusk Opponent W/L #17 Bethel (Tenn.) W #3 North Alabama L at Saint Paul’s W at Brevard W at Wingate* L at Lenoir-Rhyne* W Presbyterian* L at Catawba* W #15 Newberry* L at Mars Hill* W Carson-Newman* L

Score 17-10 10-22 28-0 33-0 3-21 17-10 21-30 21-20 23-27 24-17 3-23

2007 (6-5, 4-2) Date 8/25 9/1 9/8 9/15 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/27 11/3 11/10

Coach: Frankie DeBusk Opponent W/L at Charleston (W.Va.) L at Liberty L at #4 North Alabama L St. Paul’s W #18 Wingate* W Lenoir-Rhyne* W at Brevard W #7 Catawba* W at #25 Newberry* L Mars Hill* W at #11 Carson-Newman* L

Score 23-27 14-38 24-43 69-0 31-28 31-16 30-7 31-28 14-17 15-12 24-63

2008 (9-4, 5-2) South Atlan�c Conference Champions NCAA Playoffs No. 16 NCAA II Na�onal Ranking Coach: Frankie DeBusk Opponent W/L Score Date 8/30 Charleston (W.Va.) W 40-0 9/6 at Gardner-Webb L 12-31 9/13 Elizabeth City State W 32-30 9/20 Urbana W 21-0 9/27 at #22 Wingate* L 33-37 10/4 at Lenoir-Rhyne* W 48-19 10/11 Brevard* W 55-42 10/18 at Catawba* L 35-37 10/25 Newberry* W 45-33 11/1 at Mars Hill* W 33-28 11/8 #15 Carson-Newman* W 45-44 11/15 Albany State# W 34-22 11/22 at #4 Delta State! L 19-27 # NCAA Playoffs (1st Rd.), Greeneville, Tenn. ! NCAA Playoffs (2nd Rd.), Cleveland, Miss.

2009 (3-7, 2-5) Date 8/29 9/12 9/19 9/24 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7

Coach: Frankie DeBusk Opponent W/L Score at Charleston (W.Va.) L 14-31 at Elizabeth City St. L 29-49 at Urbana W 45-35 Wingate* L 31-42 Lenoir-Rhyne* L 17-38 at Brevard* L 24-27ot Catawba* L 27-41 at Newberry* W 34-31 Mars Hill* W 38-28 at #14 Carson-Newman* L 35-70

2010 (6-5, 2-5) Date 8/28 9/4 9/11 9/18 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13

Coach: Frankie DeBusk Opponent W/L Charleston (W.Va.) W at Findlay W at Western Carolina W Urbana W at Mars Hill* L Newberry* L at Wingate* L at Lenoir-Rhyne* L Brevard* W at Catawba* W Carson-Newman* L

Score 24-12 16-3 54-30 39-36 39-45 56-63 27-33 31-34 51-35 54-44 48-49

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FOOTBALL HONOR ROLL AFCA College All-America 1994 Ma� Shults, OL (NAIA) 1995 Eric Claridy, RB (NAIA) 2003 Ricardo Colclough, DB (NCAA II) NAIA Division II All-America 1994 Eric Claridy, RB (2nd Team) 1994 Ma� Shults, OL (2nd Team) 1995 Eric Claridy, RB (HM) Daktronics NCAA Division II All-America 2003 Ricardo Colclough, DB (1st Team) 2003 Kevin Wolco�, WR (2nd Team) 2008 Jarrell NeSmith, TE (1st Team) 2008 Corey Russell, QB (2nd Team) 2010 Gareth Rowlands, PK (1st Team) 2010 Deonte’ Gist, WR (2nd Team) D2football.com All-America 2000 Paul Czerniak, PK (2nd Team) 2001 Paul Czerniak, PK (2nd Team) 2002 Donald Amaker, RS (2nd Team) 2002 Alan Dunn, OL (2nd Team) 2003 Ricardo Colclough, DB (1st Team) 2003 Alan Dunn, OL (1st Team) 2003 Kevin Wolco�, WR (2nd Team) 2003 Craig Pritche�, LB (HM) 2004 Ra’Shun Judge, DB (2nd Team) 2005 Octavius Love, RS (HM) 2008 Jarrell NeSmith, TE (2nd Team) 2008 Corey Russell, QB (HM) 2010 Gareth Rowlands, PK (2nd Team) 2010 Bo Cordell, QB (HM) Football Gaze�e All-America 2000 Paul Czerniak, PK (HM) 2001 Donald Amaker, RS (2nd Team) 2002 Donald Amaker, RS (1st Team) 2002 Alan Dunn, OL (3rd Team) 2003 Ricardo Colclough, DB (1st Team) 2003 Ricardo Colclough, RS (1st Team) 2003 Alan Dunn, OL (1st Team) 2003 Felix Perez, OL (2nd Team) 2003 Kevin Wolco�, WR (HM) 2004 Ra’Shun Judge, DB (HM) 2008 Jarrell NeSmith, TE (1st Team) 2008 Corey Russell, QB (3rd Team) 2008 Jus�n Sco�, LB (3rd Team) 2008 John Gregory, P (3rd Team) 2008 Ryan Tallent, WR (HM) 2010 Gareth Rowlands, PK (1st Team) 2010 Michael Rodriquez, TE (3rd Team) 2010 Bo Cordell, QB (HM) 2010 Deonte’ Gist, WR (HM) 2010 Hannibal Ruiz, OL (HM) Associated Press Li�le All-America 2002 Alan Dunn, OL (3rd Team) 2003 Ricardo Colclough, DB (1st Team) 2009 Jarrell NeSmith, TE (2nd Team) 2010 Gareth Rowlands, PK (2nd Team) CollegeSportsReport.com All-America 2003 Ricardo Colclough, DB (1st Team) 2003 Alan Dunn, OL (2nd Team) 2003 Kevin Wolco�, WR (2nd Team) 2004 Ra’Shun Judge, DB (4th Team) 2004 Cory Newton, P (4th Team) 2005 Octavius Love, RS (4th Team) CoSIDA Academic All-America® 2006 Glen Black (2nd Team) 2008 Jarrell NeSmith (3rd Team) 2009 Jarrell NeSmith (1st Team) Football Gaze�e Defensive Back of the Year 2003 Ricardo Colclough Jim Langer Award (NCAA II Offensive Lineman of the Year) 2003 Alan Dunn NAIA Scholar Athletes 1993 Steve Lewis 1993 Cur�s Morrison 1993 Glenn Vines 1994 Steve Lewis 1994 Cur�s Morrison 1994 Mark Piserchio 1994 Glenn Vines

Daktronics Region Offensive Player of the Year 2008 Corey Russell, QB AFCA Region Coach of the Year 2008 Frankie DeBusk Daktronics NCAA Division II All-Region 1998 Bre� Hlista, DB (2nd Team) 1999 Mike McLean, P (2nd Team) 2000 Paul Czerniak, PK (1st Team) 2000 Tracy Branner, LB (2nd Team) 2000 Paul Czerniak, P (2nd Team) 2001 Donald Amaker, RS (1st Team) 2001 D.J. Starling, DB (1st Team) 2001 Paul Czerniak, P (2nd Team) 2001 Alan Dunn, OL (2nd Team) 2002 Alan Dunn, OL (1st Team) 2003 Ricardo Colclough, DB (1st Team) 2003 Alan Dunn, OL (1st Team) 2003 Kevin Wolco�, WR (1st Team) 2003 Craig Pritche�, LB (2nd Team) 2003 D.J. Starling, DB (2nd Team) 2004 Ra’Shun Judge, DB (2nd Team) 2004 Mario Leon, OL (2nd Team) 2004 Cory Newton, P (2nd Team) 2006 Michael Bujnak, OL (2nd Team) 2006 John Gregory, P (2nd Team) 2007 Adrian Samples, DL (2nd Team) 2008 Corey Russell, QB (1st Team) 2008 Jarrell NeSmith, TE (1st Team) 2008 Danny Par�da, OL (1st Team) 2008 Jarvis Li�lejohn, LB (2nd Team) 2008 Jus�n Sco�, LB (2nd Team) 2008 Jeremy Thompson, DB (2nd Team) 2008 John Gregory, P (2nd Team) 2009 Jarrell NeSmith, TE (1st Team) 2009 John Gregory, P (2nd Team) 2009 Gareth Rowlands, PK (2nd Team) 2010 Bo Cordell, QB (1st Team) 2010 Deonte’ Gist, WR (1st Team) 2010 Gareth Rowlands, PK (1st Team) 2010 Hannibal Ruiz, OL (2nd Team) 2010 Michael Rodriquez, TE (2nd Team) 2010 Terrence Smith, DL (2nd Team) Football Gaze�e All-Region 2002 Donald Amaker, RS (1st Team) 2002 Alan Dunn, OL (1st Team) 2003 Ricardo Colclough, DB (1st Team) 2003 Ricardo Colclough, RS (1st Team) 2003 Alan Dunn, OL (1st Team) 2003 Felix Perez, OL (1st Team) 2003 Kevin Wolco�, WR (2nd Team) 2003 D.J. Starling, DB (2nd Team) 2004 Shawn Harris, LB (2nd Team) 2004 Lebron Johnson, DL (3rd Team) 2004 Ra’Shun Judge, DB (2nd Team) 2004 Mario Leon, OL (2nd Team) 2004 Cory Newton, P (3rd Team) 2005 Octavius Love, RS (2nd Team) 2006 John Gregory, P (1st Team) 2006 Michael Bujnak, OL (2nd Team) 2007 Adrian Samples, DL (3rd Team) 2007 John Gregory, P (3rd Team) 2008 Corey Russell, QB (1st Team) 2008 Jarrell NeSmith, TE (1st Team) 2008 Jus�n Sco�, LB (1st Team) 2008 Jeremy Thompson, DB (1st Team) 2008 John Gregory, P (1st Team) 2008 Ryan Tallent, WR (2nd Team) 2008 Danny Par�da, OL (3rd Team) 2008 Jarvis Li�lejohn, LB (3rd Team) 2009 Jarrell NeSmith, TE (1st Team) 2009 Ryan Tallent, WR (3rd Team) 2009 Gareth Rowlands, PK (3rd Team) 2009 John Gregory, P (3rd Team) 2010 Bo Cordell, QB (1st Team) 2010 Michael Rodriquez, TE (1st Team) 2010 Hannibal Ruiz, OL (1st Team) 2010 Gareth Rowlands, PK (1st Team) 2010 Deonte’ Gist, WR (1st Team) 2010 Terrence Smith, DL (3rd Team)

CoSIDA Academic All-District IV 1999 Andy Smith, QB (2nd Team) 2002 Craig Pritche�, LB (2nd Team) 2003 Craig Pritche�, LB (1st Team) 2003 Alan Dunn, OL (3rd Team) 2006 Glen Black, PK (1st Team) 2006 Gavin Mauldin, OL (2nd Team) 2007 Jarrell NeSmith, TE (1st Team) 2007 Jus�n Higgins, PK (1st Team) 2007 John Gregory, P (2nd Team) 2007 Ryan Tallent, WR (2nd Team) 2007 Drew Noe, OL (2nd Team) 2008 Jarrell NeSmith, TE (1st Team) 2008 Drew Noe, OL (1st Team) 2008 John Gregory, P (2nd Team) 2008 Gareth Rowlands, PK (2nd Team) 2009 Jarrell NeSmith, TE (1st Team) 2009 Gareth Rowlands, PK (1st Team) 2009 John Gregory, P (2nd Team)

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D2football.com All-Region 2006 Michael Bujnak, OL (1st Team) 2006 John Gregory, P (2nd Team) NAIA All-District 24 First Team 1992 Kevin Hurst 1992 Jacques Session 1992 Ed Curry, RB 1992 Kip Smith 1993 Mark Shults, OL 1993 Chad Wallace, WR 1993 Eric Claridy, RB 1993 Chris Wright 1993 Jacques Session 1993 David Hoffer 1993 Chip Walker, QB Honorable Men�on 1992 Joel Chris�an 1992 Eric Claridy, RB 1992 Stanley Grimsley 1992 David Hoffer 1992 Glenn Vines All-South Atlan�c Conference First Team 2000 J.R. Wooten, WR 2000 Paul Czerniak, P & PK 2001 Donald Amaker, RS 2001 Aaron Claridy, RB 2001 Paul Czerniak, PK & P 2001 Alan Dunn, OL 2001 D.J. Starling, DB 2002 Donald Amaker, RS 2002 Alan Dunn, OL 2003 Ma� Ball, LS 2003 Ricardo Colclough, DB & RS 2003 Alan Dunn, OL 2003 Shawn Harris, LB 2003 Craig Pritche�, LB 2003 Kevin Wolco�, WR 2004 Ra’Shun Judge, DB 2004 Mario Leon, OL 2004 Cory Newton, P 2005 Octavius Love, RS 2005 Adrian Samples, DL 2005 Robby Kelly, LS 2006 John Gregory, P 2006 Robby Kelly, LS 2006 Adrian Samples, DL 2006 Patrick King, RB 2006 Michael Bujnak, OL 2006 Kenny Wells, DB 2007 Ryan Tallent, WR 2007 Adrian Samples, DL 2007 Jus�n Sco�, LB 2007 Jeremy Thompson, DB 2007 Robby Kelly, LS 2008 Corey Russell, QB 2008 Ryan Tallent, WR 2008 Jarrell NeSmith, TE 2008 Danny Par�da, OL 2008 Jus�n Sco�, LB 2008 Jeremy Thompson, DB 2008 John Gregory, P 2009 Ryan Tallent, WR 2009 Jarrell NeSmith, TE 2009 Gareth Rowlands, PK 2009 Skylar West, LS 2009 John Gregory, P 2010 Bo Cordell, QB 2010 Deonte’ Gist, WR 2010 Hannibal Ruiz, OL 2010 Skylar West, LS

Second Team 1999 Mike McLean, P 1999 J.R. Wooten, WR 2000 Tracy Branner, LB 2000 Ryan Cuthbert, LB 2000 Alan Slaughter, DB 2000 D.J. Starling DB 2001 Doug Holmberg, OL 2001 Caleb Slover, QB 2001 Kevin Wolco�, WR 2002 Aaron Claridy, RB 2002 Ricardo Colclough, DB 2002 Mike Hobbs, DL 2002 Lebron Johnson, DL 2002 Craig Pritche�, LB 2002 Ma� Riggs, WR 2002 Daris Robinson, LB 2003 Tony Colston, QB 2003 Mike Hobbs, DL 2003 Lee Hughes, Jr., DL 2003 Mario Leon, OL 2003 Felix Perez, OL 2003 Antyone Sims, DB 2003 D.J. Starling, DB 2004 Shawn Harris, LB 2004 Rodney Peebles, LB 2004 Ma� Riggs, WR 2004 Marcus Robinson, DB 2005 Jamichael Caldwell, WR 2005 Gavin Mauldin, OL 2005 Shawn Harris, LB 2005 Marcus Robinson, DB 2006 Jamichael Caldwell, WR 2006 Glen Black, PK 2006 Gavin Mauldin, OL 2006 Octavius Love, DB 2007 Ma� Lawrie, OL 2007 Jarvis Li�lejohn, LB 2007 John Gregory, P 2008 Marcus Foster, RB 2008 Nate Binder, WR 2008 Rynel Butler, DL 2008 Jarvis Li�lejohn, LB 2009 Marcus Foster, RB 2009 Hannibal Ruiz, OL 2010 Michael Rodriquez, TE 2010 Terrence Smith, DL SAC Male Athlete of the Year 2003-04 Ricardo Colclough 2008-09 Corey Russell South Atlan�c Conference Player of the Year 2003 Ricardo Colclough, DB (Defense) 2008 Corey Russell, QB (Offense) 2010 Bo Cordell, QB (Offense) SAC Freshman of the Year 2000 Craig Pritche�, LB (Defense) 2009 Bo Cordell, QB (Offense) South Atlan�c Conference Presidents’ Award 2006-07 Glen Black 2008-09 Jarrell NeSmith 2009-10 Jarrell NeSmith SAC Scholar Athlete of the Year 2002 Craig Pritche� 2003 Craig Pritche� 2005 Glen Black 2006 Glen Black 2007 Jarrell NeSmith 2008 Jarrell NeSmith 2009 Jarrell NeSmith Tennessee Sports Writers Associa�on College Football Player of the Year 2003 Ricardo Colclough, DB 2010 Bo Cordell, QB South Atlan�c Conference Coach of the Year 2008 Frankie DeBusk

Ma� Ball

Nate Binder

Tracy Branner

Tony Colston

Bo Cordell

Ed Curry

Michael Bujnak

Marcus Foster

Rynel Butler

Aaron Claridy

Shawn Harris

Jus�n Higgins


FOOTBALL HONOR ROLL Jacobs Blocking Trophy (SAC Offensive Blocker of the Year) 2002 Alan Dunn, OL 2003 Alan Dunn, OL AFCA Good Works Team 2003 Craig Pritche� 2006 Glen Black Na�onal Football Founda�on Scholar Athlete Team 2009 Jarrell NeSmith Na�onal Football Founda�on Hampshire Society 2009 Nate Binder 2009 John Gregory 2009 Jarrell NeSmith 2009 Ryan Tallent 2010 Gareth Rowlands All-Mid South Conference First Team 1991 Ed Curry, RB 1992 Jacques Session, LB 1993 Ma� Shults, OL 1993 Dave Hoffer 1994 Eric Claridy, RB 1994 Ma� Shults, OL 1994 Webster Booze 1994 Steve Lewis 1994 Jacques Session, LB 1995 Chad Wallace, WR

1992 1992 1992 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995

Steve Lewis Rob Defoor Chris Wright Chip Walker, QB Chad Wallace, WR Larry Cosby Webster Booze Joel Chris�an Chris Wright Kevin Washington, DB Chad Smith Joel Chris�an Jack Whi�enburg, PK Cash Higgins Kip Smith Marques Dixon Kevin Washington, DB Kenneth Ross Michael Harrison Robert Hankerson, DB Chad Smith Mark Shults, OL Will McIntyre Jay Marsden Stacey Allen, RB Jeff Roderick Kevin Washington, DB Cash Higgins Stan Grimsley Alan Cobble

D2 Sports Insider Na�onal Players of the Week 2010 Bo Cordell, QB (Off. POTW) South Atlan�c Conference Players of the Week Offense 2000 Caleb Slover, QB 2001 Aaron Claridy, RB 2001 Caleb Slover, QB 2002 Tony Colston, QB (2 �mes) 2003 Chris Mosley, RB 2003 Carson Bradley, QB 2004 Tony Colston, QB 2006 Corey Russell, QB 2007 Corey Russell, QB (2 �mes) 2008 Corey Russell, QB (6 �mes) 2009 Bo Cordell, QB (2 �mes) 2010 Bo Cordell, QB (4 �mes)

All-Smoky Mountain Conference 1940 Carlton Palmer (HM) 1940 Smi�y Higgins (HM) 1940 Teddy Marshall (HM) 1940 Robert Allerton (HM) 1940 Hal Morgan (HM) 1940 Pat Miller (1st Team)

Second Team 1991 Kip Smith 1992 Larry Cosby 1992 Thad Creamer 1992 Kevin Hurst 1992 Joel Chris�an 1992 Kip Smith 1992 Stanley Grimsley 1993 Ed Curry, RB 1993 Eric Claridy, RB 1993 Jack Whi�enburg, PK 1993 Marques Dixon 1994 Chip Walker, QB 1994 Ed Curry, RB 1994 Will McIntyre 1994 Chad Wallace, WR 1994 Rob Defoor 1994 Ma� Brown 1994 Chris Gunter 1995 Eric Claridy, RB 1995 Rob Defoor 1995 Ma� Brown 1995 Jermaine Mack, DB 1995 Chad Busch

Defense 2000 Alan Slaughter, DB 2001 Craig Pritche�, LB 2001 D.J. Starling, DB 2003 Ricardo Colclough, DB 2003 D.J. Starling, DB 2004 John Lindsey, LB 2004 Dontavious Clark, LB 2004 Ra’Shun Judge, DB 2007 Jeremy Thompson, DB (2 �mes) 2007 Jarvis Li�lejohn, LB 2008 Jus�n Sco�, LB 2008 Jeremy Thompson, DB 2009 Miles Washington, LB 2009 Lyall Harrison, DB 2010 David Li�le, LB 2010 Jason Muehling, DL

Special Teams 2000 Paul Czerniak, PK/P (3 �mes) 2001 Paul Czerniak, PK/P (2 �mes) 2001 Donald Amaker, RS 2001 Marvin Kelly, RS 2002 Donald Amaker, RS (2 �mes) 2002 Marvin Kelly, RS 2002 Brice Stefanick, P/PK 2003 Ricardo Colclough, RS (2 �mes) 2003 Brice Stefanick, P/PK (2 �mes) 2004 Ra’Shun Judge, DB 2004 Glen Black, PK 2004 Cory Newton, P (2 �mes) 2005 Octavius Love, RS 2005 Aus�n Hunter, P 2006 Glen Black, PK 2006 John Gregory, P (3 �mes) 2006 Jerlmichael Sykes, RB 2007 John Gregory, P (4 �mes) 2008 Gareth Rowlands, PK 2008 John Gregory, P 2009 Gareth Rowlands, PK 2009 John Gregory, P 2010 Gareth Rowlands, PK

Football Gaze�e Na�onal Players of the Week 2000 Alan Slaughter, DB (Def. POTW) 2002 Carson Bradley, QB (HM - 2 �mes) 2002 Craig Pritche�, LB (HM) 2002 Antyone Sims, LB (HM) 2002 Brice Stefanick, PK/P (S.T. POTW) 2003 Ricardo Colclough, RS (S.T. POTW) 2004 Tony Colston, QB (Co-Off. POTW - 2x) 2004 Ra’Shun Judge, DB (Co-Def. POTW) 2007 Corey Russell, QB (Off. POTW - 2 �mes) D2football.com Na�onal Players of the Week 2000 Caleb Slover, QB (HM) 2000 Antwain Glenn, WR (HM) 2003 Brice Stefanick, P/PK (HM - 2 �mes) 2003 Ricardo Colclough, RS (S.T. POTW) 2003 Ricardo Colclough, RS (HM) 2003 Darren Jackson, LB (HM) 2003 Carson Bradley, QB (HM) 2003 Kevin Wolco�, WR (HM) 2003 Ricardo Colclough, DB (HM) 2004 Ra’Shun Judge, DB (S.T. POTW) 2004 Cory Newton, P (HM - 3 �mes) 2004 Marcus Robinson, DB (HM) 2004 Tony Colston, QB (HM - 2 �mes) 2004 Ra’Shun Judge, DB (HM) 2005 Octavius Love, RS (HM) 2007 Jarvis Li�lejohn, LB (Def. POTW) 2009 John Gregory, P (S.T. POTW) 2010 Bo Cordell, QB (Off. POTW)

Honorable Men�on 1992 Eric Claridy, RB 1992 Ma� Shults, OL 1992 Joe Case, DB 1992 David Hoffer 1992 Michael Harrison 1992 Marques Dixon 1992 Ma� Brown 1992 Marc Boyd 1992 Kevin Klepper

Bre� Hlista

Mike Hobbs

David Hoffer

Doug Holmberg

Lee Hughes, Jr.

Kevin Hurst

Lebron Johnson

Robby Kelly

Mario Leon

Jarvis Li�lejohn

Gavin Mauldin

Mike McLean

Drew Noe

Danny Par�da

Ma� Riggs

Daris Robinson

Gareth Rowlands

Hannibal Ruiz

Adrian Samples

Jacques Sessions

Antyone Sims

Alan Slaughter

Andy Smith

Kip Smith

D.J. Starling

Caleb Slover

Jeremy Thompson

Chip Walker

Chad Wallace

Skylar West

Chris Wright

J.R. Wooten

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INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS Rushing A�empts: 34, Aaron Claridy vs. Jacksonville, 11/13/99 Yards: 245, Walter De�e vs. Biltmore, 11/18/30 Highest Average Per A�empt: 44.0, Stacey Allen vs. Maryville, 11/5/94 Rushing TD: 5, Eric Claridy vs. Maryville, 11/5/94 Longest TD Run: 87 yds., Divine Peters vs. Morehead State, 9/21/02 Passing A�empts: 70, Bo Cordell vs. Newberry, 10/9/10 Comple�ons: 44, Bo Cordell at Mars Hill, 10/2/10 & vs. Newberry, 10/9/10 Yards: 524, Bo Cordell at Carson-Newman, 11/7/09 Passing TD: 7, Bo Cordell vs. Brevard, 10/30/10 Best Comple�on Percentage (min. 5 comp.): 1.00 (5-5), Chip Walker vs. Sue Benne�, 10/1/94 Intercep�ons Thrown: 4, Caleb Slover vs. Arkansas-Mon�cello, 9/2/00; Tony Colston at Wingate, 9/24/04; Corey Russell at Liberty, 9/1/07 Longest TD Pass: 88, Bo Cordell to Jarrell NeSmith at Urbana, 9/19/09 Receiving Recep�ons: 15, Kevin Wolco� at North Dakota State, 8/30/03 Yards: 206, Antwain Glenn vs. Presbyterian, 11/4/00 TD Recep�ons (game): 4, Ma� Riggs vs. Lenoir-Rhyne, 11/9/02 TD Recep�ons (half): 3, Ma� Riggs vs. Lenoir-Rhyne, 11/9/02 Total Offense A�empts: 81, Bo Cordell vs. Newberry, 10/9/10 Yards: 542, Bo Cordell at Catawba, 11/6/10 All-Purpose A�empts: 35, Aaron Claridy vs. Jacksonville (Fla.), 11/13/99 Yards: 279, Deonte’ Gist at Catawba, 11/6/10 Scoring Touchdowns: 5, Eric Claridy vs. Maryville, 11/5/94 Points: 30, Eric Claridy vs. Maryville, 11/5/94 Kicking Points: 14, Paul Czerniak at Livingstone, 9/9/00 Extra Points: 9, Jack Whi�enburg vs. Sue Benne�, 10/1/94 & vs. Maryville, 11/5/94 Extra Point A�empts: 11, Jack Whi�enburg vs. Union (Ky.), 11/13/93 Extra Point Percentage (min. 5 a�.): 1.00 (9-9), Jack Whi�enburg at Sue Benne�, 10/1/94, vs. Maryville, 11/5/94 Field Goals: 4, Paul Czerniak at Livingstone, 9/9/00 & Gareth Rowlands at Gardner-Webb, 9/6/08 & at Catawba, 11/6/10 Field Goal A�empts: 5, Paul Czerniak at Livingstone, 9/9/00, at Jacksonville (Fla.), 9/16/00 & at Wingate, 9/23/00; Gareth Rowlands at Gardner-Webb, 9/6/08 & at Findlay, 9/4/10 Longest FG: 52 yds., Paul Czerniak at Livingstone, 9/9/00; at Jacksonville, 9/16/00; Gareth Rowlands at Elizabeth City State, 9/12/09 Pun�ng A�empts: 11, Mike Carter at Catawba, 9/6/97, Brice Stefanick at Mars Hill, 11/16/02 Yards: 424 (10 punts), John Gregory at Wingate, 9/30/06 Average: (min. 3 a�.): 53.5 (4-214), Cory Newton vs. Lenoir-Rhyne, 10/30/04 Longest Punt: 78 yds., Cory Newton at Concord, 8/28/04 Kickoff Returns A�empts: 8, Horace Mack vs. Union, 11/12/94 Returns for TD: 2, Ricardo Colclough vs. Morehouse, 9/13/03 (97, 92 yards) Yards: 189, Ricardo Colclough vs. Morehouse, 9/13/03 Longest Return: 97 yds., Ricardo Colclough vs. Morehouse, 9/13/03 Punt Returns A�empts: 7, Octavius Love vs. Wingate, 9/24/05 Yards: 132, Octavius Love vs. Wingate, 9/24/05 Longest Return: 85 yds., Ricardo Colclough at Charleston Southern, 9/27/03 Defense Tackles: 25, Alan Slaughter vs. Lenoir-Rhyne, 9/30/00 Tackles for Loss: 5, Tyree Gray at Lenoir-Rhyne, 11/8/03; Adrian Samples vs. Wingate, 9/24/05; Jarvis Li�lejohn vs. Mars Hill, 11/3/07; Brian Alexander vs. Urbana, 9/18/10 Sacks: 3, six �mes - most recently by David Li�e at Findlay, 9/4/10 Passes Defended: 5, Ricardo Colclough vs. Mars Hill, 11/15/03 Intercep�ons: 2, 16 �mes – most recently by Lyall Harrison vs. Mars Hill, 10/31/09 Intercep�on Return Yards: 106, Ra’Shun Judge vs. Lenoir-Rhyne, 10/30/04 Longest INT Return: 82 yds., Ra’Shun Judge vs. Lenoir-Rhyne, 10/30/04 Intercep�on Returns for TD: 1, 10 �mes – most recently by LiRonta Archie vs. Newberry, 10/9/10 Longest Fumble Return for TD: 90, Jus�n Arrington at Western Carolina, 9/11/10 Blocked Kicks: 4, Ra’Shun Judge at Concord, 8/28/04 Defensive PAT Returns: 2, Dontavious Clark at Concord, 8/28/04

ONE-SIDED GAMES Tusculum Victories Rk. Pts. Score 1. 103 103-0 2. 74 74-0 3. 69 69-0 4. 61 61-0 61 61-0

Opponent, Year Carson-Newman, 1919 Union (Ky.), 1922 Saint Paul’s, 2007 Biltmore, 1931 Bethel, 1949

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Tusculum Losses Rk. Pts. Score 1. 87 90-3 2. 69 69-0 3. 67 67-0 4. 63 63-0 63 70-7

Opponent, Year King, 1922 West Georgia, 1996 Appalachian St., 1938 Bingham, Mass., 1904 Georgetown (Ky.), 1991

OPENING GAMES

In the 61 football gridiron campaigns at Tusculum, the Pioneers have posted a 27-31-3 record when opening the season. Mars Hill has been the Pioneers season opener eight �mes. The Pioneers are 10-3 in opening games during the Frankie DeBusk era. Year 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910-12 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942-45 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951-90 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Opponent Results Unavailable Washington College Baker Himel Bingham, Mass. Bristol YMCA Knox Central HS No Team Baker Himel King No Team Greeneville HS Knoxville HS Tennessee Tennessee Maryville Carson-Newman Tennessee Cha�anooga East Tennessee State East Tennessee State East Tennessee State Weaver Hiwassee Milligan Bluefield King Mars Hill Appalachian State Weaver Weaver Biltmore Mars Hill Mars Hill Mars Hill Mars Hill Mars Hill Mars Hill Union (Ky.) East Carolina No Team (World War II) Carson-Newman Centre Concord Concord Concord No Team Clinch Valley Clinch Valley Mars Hill Clinch Valley Clinch Valley Concord Catawba Maryville Livingstone West Virginia Tech Morehead State North Greenville North Dakota State Concord Concord Bethel (Tenn.) Charleston (W.Va.) Charleston (W.Va.) Charleston (W.Va.) Charleston (W.Va.)

Result

Score

Lost Lost Lost Won Lost

0-18 0-18 0-63 16-6 6-8

Lost Lost

5-16 0-11

Won Won Lost Lost Lost Won Lost Lost Lost Won Lost Won Won Won Tied Won Won Lost Won Won Won Won Won Lost Tied Tied Lost Lost Lost

33-0 24-7 0-21 0-33 0-13 52-0 6-29 0-21 0-20 7-0 0-13 17-7 6-0 3-0 0-0 6-0 7-0 0-13 2-0 7-0 32-0 12-0 13-0 0-6 0-0 6-6 0-14 6-15 0-31

Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost

0-14 6-28 0-27 6-13 6-13

Lost Won Lost Won Lost Lost Lost Won Won Won Won Won Lost Won Won Won Lost Won Lost Won

8-13 24-13 3-21 34-31 19-49 13-27 0-48 24-6 11-9 19-17 34-27 44-0 7-28 46-18 21-0 17-10 23-27 40-0 14-31 24-12


INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS REGULAR-SEASON FINALES

In the final regular-season game of the year, the Pioneers have posted a 19-33-6 record, but during the Coach Frankie DeBusk era, TC has won eight of its last 13 regular-season finales. Maryville has been the Pioneers’ final opponent seven �mes. East Tennessee State has been TC’s second most frequent final opponent with six mee�ngs (Please note that there are three games where the results are unaccounted for). Year 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910-12 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942-45 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951-90 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Opponent Result Results Unavailable Washington College Lost Baker Himel Won Carson-Newman Lost Bristol YMCA Won Baker Himel Lost No Team St. Albans Unknown King Tied No Team King Lost King Unknown Carson-Newman Won Cha�anooga Won Maryville Lost Milligan Won Maryville Tied Maryville Lost Tenn. Wesleyan Unknown Emory & Henry Lost Tennessee Wesleyan Lost East Tennessee State Won East Tennessee State Lost East Tennessee State Won Milligan Lost Milligan Won Milligan Lost Milligan Tied East Tennessee State Tied East Tennessee State Won East Tennessee State Tied King Lost King Lost King Lost King Tied Milligan Lost Carson-Newman Lost Maryville Lost Maryville Lost No Team (World War II) Maryville Lost Emory & Henry Lost Bethel Lost Bethel Won Maryville Won No Team Union (Ky.) Lost Union (Ky.) Lost Union (Ky.) Won Union (Ky.) Lost Cumberland (Tenn.) Lost Clinch Valley Lost Clinch Valley Lost Clinch Valley Won Jacksonville (Fla.) Won Mars Hill Won Mars Hill Won Mars Hill Lost Mars Hill Won Mars Hill Won Mars Hill Won Carson-Newman Lost Carson-Newman Lost Carson-Newman Won Carson-Newman Lost Carson-Newman Lost

Score 0-18 13-0 0-35 16-6 0-6 0-0 0-22 26-0 13-7 6-32 26-0 0-0 6-22 14-38 0-13 21-7 13-18 19-0 9-12 15-0 0-13 0-0 6-6 7-6 6-6 7-13 0-13 0-45 7-7 0-19 0-46 18-25 6-14 0-41 14-21 13-14 61-0 7-6 20-49 10-33 80-49 36-58 14-28 3-29 28-31 30-7 42-36 OT 20-7 21-14 0-6 31-7 30-14 43-28 3-23 24-63 45-44 35-70 48-49

Rushing A�empts: 249, Birdie Dockery, 1997 Yards: 1505, Birdie Dockery, 1997 Average Per Rush: 8.1, Eric Claridy, 1994 Rushing TD: 18, Eric Claridy, 1994 Passing A�empts: 605, Bo Cordell, 2010 Comple�ons: 394, Bo Cordell, 2010 Yards: 4657, Bo Cordell, 2010 Percentage (min. 70 a�.): .708 (179-253), Tony Colston, 2003 Passing TD: 38, Bo Cordell, 2010 Intercep�ons Thrown: 19, Tony Colston, 2004; Corey Russell, 2007 Receiving Recep�ons: 96, Deonte’ Gist, 2010 Yards: 1183, Deonte’ Gist, 2010 TD Recep�ons: 9, Ryan Tallent, 2008; Nate Binder, 2008; Rashaad Carter, 2010; Calvin Bri�, 2010; Michael Rodriquez, 2010 Yards Per Recep�on (min. 20 rec.): 25.11, Calvin Bri�, 2008 Total Offense A�empts: 702, Bo Cordell, 2010 Yards: 4907, Corey Russell, 2008 All-Purpose Yards A�empts: 273, Birdie Dockery, 1997 Yards: 1713, Deonte’ Gist, 2010 Scoring Touchdowns: 18, Eric Claridy, 1994 Points: 111, Gareth Rowlands, 2010 Kicking Points: 111, Gareth Rowlands, 2010 Extra Points: 51, Gareth Rowlands, 2008 Extra Point A�empts: 61, Gareth Rowlands, 2008 Field Goals: 21, Gareth Rowlands, 2010 Field Goal A�empts: 29, Paul Czerniak, 2000 Pun�ng A�empts: 76, Aus�n Hunter, 2005 Yards: 2923, Aus�n Hunter, 2005 Average Per Punt (min. 30 a�.): 43.53, John Gregory (51-2220), 2008 Punt Returns A�empts: 31, Donald Amaker, 2001 Yards, 393, Donald Amaker, 2001 Average Per Return (min. 10 ret.): 21.10, Marvin Kelly, 2002 Kickoff Returns A�empts: 37, Jermaine Mack, 1997 Yards: 724, Jermaine Mack, 1997 Average Per Return (min. 10 a�.), 29.62, Deonte’ Gist, 2009 Defense Tackles: 132, Buck Starnes, 1997 Tackles for Loss: 22, Jus�n Sco�, 2008 Sacks: 11, Tracy Branner, 1998 Intercep�ons: 11, Ricardo Colclough, 2003 Intercep�on Return Yards: 111, Ricardo Colclough, 2003 Int. Returned for TD: 1, 10 �mes – most recently by LiRonta Archie, 2010 Fumbles Recovered: 4, Kenneth Smith, 1991; Jus�n Sco�, 2007 Fumble Return Yards: 108, Jus�n Arrington, 2010 Fumbles Forced: 6, Tracy Branner, 1998 Passes Defended: 24, Ricardo Colclough, 2003 Blocked Kicks: 5, Ra’Shun Judge, 2004

TUSCULUM HOMECOMING HISTORY

Since 1936, the Pioneers have posted an 11-17 record during Homecoming games. Georgetown (Ky.), Wingate, East Tennessee State, Cumberland (Tenn.) and Emory & Henry have been the only repeat opponents when the Pioneers play before the “old grads.” The following is a year-by-year account of Tusculum at Homecoming:

Date 10/24/36 10/15/37 10/14/39 10/19/40 11/8/41 10/30/48 10/29/49 10/21/50 10/5/91 9/19/92 10/16/93 10/29/94 10/21/95 10/19/96 11/8/97 10/24/98 10/2/99 9/30/00 9/22/01 9/21/02 10/18/03 10/23/04 9/24/05 10/14/06 10/6/07 10/25/08 10/31/09 10/9/10

Opponent East Tennessee State Carson-Newman Cumberland (Tenn.) East Tennessee St. Emory & Henry Centre Emory & Henry Hiwassee Evansville Cumberland (Tenn.) Lambuth Georgetown (Ky.) Georgetown (Ky.) Mississippi College Maryville Wingate Presbyterian Lenoir-Rhyne Wingate Morehead State Newberry Catawba Wingate Presbyterian Lenoir-Rhyne Newberry Mars Hill Newberry

Result Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Won Lost Lost Lost Won Lost Lost Won Lost Lost Won Won Won Won Won Lost Lost Won Won Won Lost

Score 0-13 0-13 7-12 0-13 2-12 7-27 6-32 14-0 19-44 7-13 42-67 21-13 7-10 21-27 28-14 14-27 21-51 10-9 27-15 42-0 39-9 42-35 7-10 21-30 31-15 45-33 38-28 56-63

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS Rushing A�empts: 545, Aaron Claridy, 1999-02 Yards: 3737, Eric Claridy, 1992-95 Highest Average Per A�empt: 6.8, Eric Claridy, 1992-95 Rushing Touchdowns: 44, Eric Claridy, 1992-95 Passing A�empts: 1382, Corey Russell, 2005-08 Comple�ons: 773, Corey Russell, 2005-08 Yards: 9887, Corey Russell, 2005-08 Passing Touchdowns: 82, Corey Russell, 2005-08 Comple�on Percentage: .639 (671-1050), Bo Cordell, 2009-present Times Intercepted: 49, Corey Russell, 2005-08 Receiving Recep�ons: 214, Ryan Tallent, 2006-09 Yards: 2449, Calvin Bri�, 2007-10 TD Recep�ons: 26, Calvin Bri�, 2007-10 Yards Per Recep�on (min. 40 rec.): 19.59, Calvin Bri�, 2007-10 Total Offense A�empts: 1853, Corey Russell, 2005-08 Yards: 11,315, Corey Russell, 2005-08 All-Purpose Yards A�empts: 657, Aaron Claridy, 1999-02 Yards: 3838, Ryan Tallent, 2006-09 Scoring Touchdowns: 45, Eric Claridy, 1992-95 Points: 278, Eric Claridy, 1992-95 Kicking Points: 270, Gareth Rowlands, 2007-10 Extra Points: 135, Gareth Rowlands, 2007-10 Extra Point A�empts: 151, Gareth Rowlands, 2007-10 Extra Point Percentage: .939 (62-66), Brice Stefanick, 2001-03 Field Goals: 45, Gareth Rowlands, 2007-10 Field Goal A�empts: 67, Gareth Rowlands, 2007-10 Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 a�.): .672 (45-67), Gareth Rowlands, 2007-10 Pun�ng A�empts: 219, John Gregory, 2006-09 Yards: 9120, John Gregory, 2006-09 Average (min. 60 a�.): 41.64, John Gregory, 2006-09 Punt Returns A�empts: 70, Donald Amaker, 2000-03 Yards: 833, Donald Amaker, 2000-03 Average Per Return (min. 20 ret.): 14.38, Richard Colclough, 2002-03 Kickoff Returns A�empts: 63, Jermaine Mack, 1994-97 Yards: 1270, Jermaine Mack, 1994-97 Average Per Return (min. 25 ret.): 27.4, Larry Cosby, 1991-93 Defense Tackles: 340, Jacques Session, 1991-94 Tackles For Loss: 51, Jus�n Sco�, 2005-08 Sacks: 24, Tracy Branner, 1997-00 Fumbles Forced: 11, Tracy Branner, 1997-00 Fumbles Recovered: 7, Jus�n Sco�, 2005-08 Intercep�ons: 15, Ricardo Colclough, 2002-03 Intercep�on Return Yards: 138, Ricardo Colclough, 2002-03 Intercep�on Returns for TD: 1, ten �mes – most recent by LiRonta Archie, 2010 Passes Defended: 37, Ricardo Colclough, 2002-03

IN 2010, THE PIONEERS’ RECORD WHEN... Playing at home ............................................................... 3-2 Playing on the road ......................................................... 3-3 Playing at night ................................................................ 1-0 Playing during the day ..................................................... 5-5 TC scores on first possession ........................................... 2-2 Opponent scores on first possession ............................... 5-4 TC scores first .................................................................. 3-2 Opponent scores first ...................................................... 3-3 TC leads a�er 1st quarter ................................................ 4-1 Opponent leads a�er 1st quarter .................................... 1-4 Score is �ed a�er 1st quarter .......................................... 1-0 TC leads at hal�ime ......................................................... 6-0 Opponent leads at hal�ime............................................. 0-5 Score is �ed at hal�ime ................................................... 0-0 TC leads a�er 3rd quarter ............................................... 6-0 Opponent leads a�er 3rd quarter ................................... 0-5 Score is �ed a�er 3rd quarter ......................................... 0-0 Over�me ......................................................................... 0-0 TC has more total yards ................................................... 5-3 Opponent has more total yards ...................................... 1-2 TC has more rushing yards .............................................. 1-1 Opponent has more rushing yards .................................. 5-4 TC has more passing yards .............................................. 6-4 Opponent has more passing yards .................................. 0-1 TC has more turnovers .................................................... 0-3 Opponent has more turnovers ........................................ 3-1 Tied in turnovers ............................................................. 3-1 TC has more penal�es ..................................................... 4-4 Opponent has more penal�es ......................................... 1-1 Tied in penal�es .............................................................. 1-0 TC has more �me of possession ...................................... 2-2 Opponent has more �me of possession.......................... 4-3 TC has a 100-yard rusher ................................................. 0-0 Opponent has a 100-yard rusher..................................... 1-4 TC scores at least 20 points ............................................. 4-5 Opponent scores at least 20 points ................................. 3-5 TC throws for 300 yards................................................... 6-5 Opponent throws for 300 yards ...................................... 1-2 Playing on natural grass................................................... 4-4 Playing on ar�ficial surface.............................................. 2-1 TC defense scores ............................................................ 1-2 Opponent defense scores................................................ 0-1 TC returns KO/Punt for touchdown ................................. 1-0 Opponent returns KO/Punt for TD .................................. 1-0 TC wins the coin toss ....................................................... 3-4 Opponent wins the coin toss ........................................... 3-1 Playing vs. WVIAC teams ................................................. 1-0 Playing vs. GLIAC teams ................................................... 1-0 Playing vs. Southern Conference teams .......................... 1-0 Playing vs. NCAA Division II teams .................................. 5-5 Playing vs. NCAA II Super Region II teams ....................... 2-5

2003 South Atlan�c Conference Champions

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Playing vs. AFCA Division II Top 25 teams ........................ 0-0


TEAM RECORDS SINGLE GAME Scoring Points Scored: 103 vs. Carson-Newman, 10/11/19 Points Allowed: 90 vs. King, 10/14/22 Points in a Quarter: 33 vs. Union (Ky.), 11/13/93 Points Allowed in a Quarter: 35 at Gardner-Webb, 11/1/97 Touchdowns: 12 vs. Union (Ky.), 11/13/93 Rushing Rushing A�empts: 75 vs. Campbellsville, 9/24/94 Rushing Yards: 530 vs. Union (Ky.), 11/13/93 Rushing Touchdowns: 10 vs. Union (Ky.), 11/13/93 Passing Pass A�empts: 70 vs. Newberry, 10/9/10 Comple�ons: 44 at Mars Hill, 10/2/10 & Newberry 10/9/10 Passing Yards: 524 at Carson-Newman, 11/7/09 Comple�on Pct. (min. 10 comp.): .796 (34-49) vs. Catawba, 10/23/04 Passing TD: 7 vs. Brevard, 10/30/10 Intercep�ons Thrown: 5 at Wingate, 9/25/04 Total Offense Total Plays: 105 vs. Newberry, 10/9/10 Total Offensive Yards: 731, Union (Ky.), 11/13/93 First Downs: 34 vs. Newberry, 10/9/10 Time of Possession: 40:02 vs. Cumberland (Ky.), 10/10/92 Fumbles Lost: 5 at Clinch Valley, 9/9/95 Turnovers: 7 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne, 10/3/09 All-Purpose All-Purpose Yards: 869 at Carson-Newman, 11/7/09 All-Purpose A�empts: 94 vs. Newberry, 10/9/10 Pun�ng Punts: 11 at Catawba, 9/6/97; at Mars Hill, 11/16/02 Pun�ng Yards: 424 at Wingate, 9/30/06 Pun�ng Average (min. 3 a�.): 50.3 at Concord, 8/28/04 Kicking Extra Points: 9 at Sue Benne�, 10/1/94; Maryville, 11/5/94 Extra Point A�empts: 11 vs. Union (Ky.), 11/13/93 Field Goals: 4 at Livingstone, 9/9/00; at Gardner-Webb, 9/6/08; at Catawba, 11/6/10 Field Goal A�empts: 5 at Livingstone, 9/9/00; at Jacksonville, 9/16/00; at Wingate, 9/23/00; at Gardner-Webb, 9/6/08; at Findlay, 9/4/10 Punt Returns Punt Return A�empts: 7 vs. Wingate, 9/24/05 Punt Return Yards: 141 at Charleston Southern, 9/27/03 Kickoff Returns Kickoff Return A�empts: 11 vs. Lambuth, 10/16/94; at Carson-Newman, 11/7/09 Kickoff Return Yards: 372 at Carson-Newman, 11/7/09 Penal�es Penal�es: 17 at Elon, 9/6/03 Penalty Yards: 169 vs. Urbana, 9/18/10 Defense Tackles: 123 at Cumberland (Tenn.), 9/18/93 Tackles For Loss: 21 vs. Urbana, 9/18/10 Sacks: 12 at Charleston Southern, 9/27/03; vs. Morehouse, 9/13/03; at Findlay, 9/4/10 Intercep�ons: 6, Cumberland (Ky.), 9/23/95 Intercep�on Return Yards: 126 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne, 10/30/04 Fumbles Recovered: 5 at Charleston Southern, 9/27/03; Brevard, 10/11/08 Fumble Return Yards: 150 at Western Carolina, 9/11/10 Passes Defended: 14 at Presbyterian, 10/11/03

2010 TUSCULUM PLAYERS OF THE GAME

Opponent Offense Charleston ............... Hannibal Ruiz Rashaad Carter Findlay ..................... Dus�n Moorehead Western Carolina ..... Bo Cordell Urbana ..................... Calvin Bri� Brian Ferguson Mars Hill .................. Bo Cordell

Defense Boomer Brown

David Li�le Jason Muehling Jus�n Arrington Mason Foster Terrence Smith

Newberry................. Brian Marshall

TJ Jones

Wingate ................... Fred Jones Brian Marshall Lenoir-Rhyne ........... Hannibal Ruiz Brevard .................... Bo Cordell Pat Aiken Catawba................... Bo Cordell Pat Aiken Deonte’ Gist Carson-Newman ...... Bo Cordell Calvin Bri�

Terrence Smith Luke Harris Zachary Norman Terrence Smith Rashaun Harris Kaytron Becton Brian Alexander Terrence Smith

Special Teams Jonathan Lyons Xzanvion Smith Andy Rose� John Perry Gareth Rowlands Gareth Rowlands Andy Rose� Jonathan Lyons Jonathan Lyons John Perry Skylar West Andy Rose� Andy Rose�

Billy Pooser Gareth Rowlands Gareth Rowlands Jonathan Lyons

SINGLE-SEASON Rushing Most A�empts: 565 in 1993 Most Yards: 3467 in 1994 Fewest A�empts: 338 in 2003 Fewest Yards: 1182 in 2000 Most Rushing TD: 37 in 1994 Fewest Rushing TD: 9 in 1991 & 2000 Passing Most A�empts: 608 in 2010 Most Comple�ons: 395 in 2010 Most Yards: 4673 in 2010 Fewest A�empts: 99 in 1992 Fewest Comple�ons: 32 in 1991 Fewest Yards Passing: 547 in 1992 Passing Percentage: .676 (325-481) in 2003 Lowest Passing Percentage: .308 (32-104) in 1991 Most Passing Touchdowns: 38 in 2010 Fewest Passing Touchdowns: 1 in 1992 Most Times Intercepted: 21 in 2004 Total Offense Most Plays: 917 in 2008 Fewest Plays: 576 in 1995 Most Yards: 5788 in 2008 Fewest Yards: 2374 in 1991 Most First Downs: 298 in 2008 Fewest First Downs: 110 in 1991 Scoring Most Points: 452 in 2008 Most Touchdowns: 62 in 2008 Consecu�ve Quarters Scored: 22 (9/27/08 - 11/1/08) Consecu�ve Shutout Quarters: 7 (9/29/94 - 10/1/94) Consecu�ve Scoreless Quarters: 8 (9/14/91 - 9/28/91) Kicking Punts: 77 in 2005 Pun�ng Yards: 2965 in 2005 Pun�ng Average: 42.69 in 2008 Field Goals: 21 in 2010 Field Goal A�empts: 29 in 2000 Extra Points: 51 in 2008 Extra Point A�empts: 61 in 2008 Punt Returns Punt Returns: 40 in 2001 Punt Return Yardage: 575 in 2002 Punt Return Average: 16.43 in 2002 Kickoff Returns Kickoff Returns: 65 in 1997 Kickoff Return Yardage: 1439 in 2009 Kickoff Return Average: 25.53 in 2001 Penal�es Most Penal�es: 117 in 2002 Most Penalty Yards: 1083 in 2002 Fewest Penal�es: 41 in 1991 Fewest Penalty Yards: 405 in 1996 Defense Tackles: 1247 in 1997 Tackles For Loss: 125 in 2002 Sacks: 47 in 1999 Intercep�ons: 23 in 2003 Intercep�on Return Yards: 315 in 2003 Most Intercep�on Returns for TD: 3 in 2002 Passes Defended: 66 in 2003 Fumbles Recovered: 19 in 2008 Fumble Return Yards: 194 in 2010 Fumbles Forced: 21 in 2008 Turnovers Caused: 36 in 2003 Best Turnover Margin: +8 in 2003 Worst Turnover Margin: -17 in 1999 Shutouts: 5 in 1922 Consecu�ve Shutouts: 3 in 1932 Miscellaneous Games Played: 13 in 2008 Wins: 9 in 2003, 2008 Losses: 10 in 1991 Ties: 3 in 1937 Home Wins: 7 in 2008 Winning Percentage: .818 (9-2) in 2003 Conference Wins: 6 in 2003 Conference Losses: 8 in 1999 Largest Win: 103 (TC 103, Carson-Newman 0), 1919 Largest Loss: 87 (King 90, TC 3), 1922 Longest Winning Streak: 7 in 2003 (Sep. 6 - Oct. 25) Longest Non-Losing Streak: 7, 1933-34, 7 in 2003 Longest Losing Streak: 12, 1946-48 Longest Non-Winning Streak: 35, 1935-39 Most Consecu�ve Games w/o being shutout: 64, 1996-2002 Most Consecu�ve Games w/o a shutout: 60, 1994-2000 Most Consecu�ve Home Wins: 12, 2007-09 First Over�me Game: 11/13/99, Tusculum 42, Jacksonville 36

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INDIVIDUAL GAME LEADERS * Touchdown Scored on Play Rushing Yards Player Walter De�e Eric Claridy Birdie Dockery Aaron Claridy Birdie Dockery Birdie Dockery Eric Claridy Birdie Dockery Stacey Allen Eric Claridy Eric Claridy Rushing A�empts Player Aaron Claridy Ed Curry Birdie Dockery Birdie Dockery Birdie Dockery Birdie Dockery Eric Claridy Eric Claridy Eric Claridy Birdie Dockery

Yds. 245 229 228 220 208 205 201 190 189 171 171

A�. — 16 20 34 30 25 18 32 24 18 19

Opponent Biltmore Maryville at Newberry Jacksonville (Fla.) Clinch Valley at Gardner-Webb Clinch Valley at Mars Hill Cumberland (Tenn.) at Sue Benne� at Clinch Valley

Date 11/18/30 11/5/94 10/17/98 11/13/99 11/15/97 11/1/97 9/10/04 10/11/97 11/2/96 10/1/94 9/9/95

A�. 34 33 32 30 27 27 25 25 25 25

Opponent Jacksonville (Fla.) Union at Mars Hill Clinch Valley Presbyterian at Wingate Georgetown (Ky.) Lambuth Cumberland (Tenn.) at Gardner-Webb

Date 11/13/99 11/16/91 10/11/97 11/15/97 10/4/97 10/25/97 10/29/94 10/7/95 11/4/95 11/1/97

Rushing Touchdowns Player TD Eric Claridy 5 Eric Claridy 4 Craig Harvey 4 Eric Claridy 3 Birdie Dockery 3 Aaron Claridy 3 Aaron Claridy 3 Chris Mosley 3 Corey Russell 3

Opponent Maryville at Sue Benne� Cumberland (Tenn.) Clinch Valley Clinch Valley Carson-Newman Morehead State Wingate Carson-Newman

Date 11/5/94 10/1/94 11/2/96 9/11/93 11/15/97 10/13/01 9/21/02 10/4/03 11/8/08

Longest Runs Player Divine Peters Sco� Miller Stacey Allen Stacey Allen Birdie Dockery Harry Starnes Rivington Kendrick Birdie Dockery Ed Curry Stacey Allen

Yds. 87* 85* 85* 84* 81* 80* 78* 77 76* 71*

Opponent Morehead State at Lambuth Maryville Georgetown (Ky.) at Catawba at Maryville at Concord at Newberry Campbellsville Mississippi College

Date 9/21/02 9/12/92 11/5/94 10/29/94 9/12/98 11/16/40 9/27/97 10/17/98 9/28/91 10/19/96

Passing A�empts Player Bo Cordell Bo Cordell Bo Cordell Bo Cordell Bo Cordell Caleb Slover Caleb Slover Tony Colston Bo Cordell Carson Bradley Bo Cordell

A�. 70 66 66 63 62 61 60 58 57 55 55

Opponent Newberry at Charleston (W.Va.) at Mars Hill at Findlay at Lenoir-Rhyne at Presbyterian Presbyterian at Carson-Newman at Carson-Newman at Carson-Newman at Wingate

Date 10/9/10 8/29/09 10/2/10 9/4/10 10/23/10 11/3/01 11/4/00 10/16/04 11/7/09 10/26/02 10/16/10

Pass Comple�ons Player Bo Cordell Bo Cordell Bo Cordell Carson Bradley Tony Colston Bo Cordell Bo Cordell Bo Cordell Bo Cordell Bo Cordell Bo Cordell

Cmp. 44 44 42 39 39 38 37 37 37 35 35

Opponent at Mars Hill Newberry at Lenoir-Rhyne at Carson-Newman Catawba Brevard at Charelston (W.Va.) at Carson-Newman Urbana at Findlay Carson-Newman

Date 10/2/10 10/9/10 10/23/10 10/26/02 10/16/04 10/30/10 8/29/10 11/7/09 9/18/10 9/4/10 11/13/10

Yds. 524 511 510 478 442 438 431 429 421 419 417 416 414 410 408 403 402

Opponent at Carson-Newman at Mars Hill at Catawba at Urbana at Charleston (W.Va.) Wingate Newberry at Findlay at Lenoir-Rhyne at Newberry Urbana Presbyterian at Carson-Newman at Western Carolina Brevard at Wingate at Catawba

Date 11/7/09 10/2/10 11/6/10 9/19/09 8/29/09 9/29/07 10/9/10 9/4/10 10/23/10 10/9/04 9/18/10 11/4/00 10/26/02 9/11/10 10/30/10 10/16/10 10/18/08

Passing Yards Player Bo Cordell Bo Cordell Bo Cordell Bo Cordell Bo Cordell Corey Russell Bo Cordell Bo Cordell Bo Cordell Tony Colston Bo Cordell Caleb Slover Carson Bradley Bo Cordell Bo Cordell Bo Cordell Corey Russell

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Passing Touchdowns Player TD Bo Cordell 7 Carson Bradley 5 Tony Colston 5 Bo Cordell 5 Bo Cordell 5 Caleb Slover 4 Carson Bradley 4 Corey Russell 4 Corey Russell 4 Corey Russell 4 Corey Russell 4 Corey Russell 4 Corey Russell 4 Corey Russell 4 Bo Cordell 4 Bo Cordell 4 Bo Cordell 4 Bo Cordell 4

Opponent Brevard Lenoir-Rhyne at Winston-Salem State Urbana at Mars Hill S�llman at Presbyterian Wingate Lenoir-Rhyne Elizabeth City State at Lenoir-Rhyne Brevard at Catawba at Mars Hill Catawba Mars Hill at Western Carolina Newberry

Date 10/30/10 11/9/02 9/11/04 9/18/10 10/2/10 9/15/01 10/11/03 9/29/07 10/6/07 9/13/08 10/4/08 10/11/08 10/18/08 11/1/08 10/17/09 10/31/09 9/11/10 10/9/10

Intercep�ons Thrown Player INT Caleb Slover 4 Tony Colston 4 Corey Russell 4 Craig Harvey 3 Tony Colston 3 Tony Colston 3 Corey Russell 3 Corey Russell 3 Corey Russell 3 Corey Russell 3 Bo Cordell 3

Opponent Arkansas-Mon�cello at Wingate at Liberty Cumberland (Tenn.) at Newberry at Mars Hill Presbyterian Wingate Lenoir-Rhyne Mars Hill Urbana

Date 9/2/00 9/25/04 9/1/07 11/2/96 10/19/02 11/6/04 10/14/06 9/29/07 10/6/07 11/3/07 9/18/10

Longest Pass Plays Player Yds. Bo Cordell to Jarrell NeSmith 88* Graham Chancey to Chad Wallace 83* Andy Smith to J.R. Wooten 81* Chip Walker to Larry Cosby 80* Caleb Slover to J.R. Wooten 80* Candics Jones to Jamichael Caldwell 80* Caleb Slover to Antwain Glenn 78* Bo Cordell to Marcus Foster 77* Bo Cordell to Calvin Bri� 75* Carson Bradley to Jonathan Brewer 74* Corey Russell to Travis Oliver 74* Bo Cordell to Nate Binder 74 Craig Harvey to Mike Carter 73* Tony Colston to Kevin Wolco� 73 Corey Russell to Calvin Bri� *73 Bo Cordell to Xzanvion Smith *73 Craig Harvey to Vincent Campbell 72 Bo Cordell to Calvin Bri� 72 Andy Smith to Nikia Hooper *71

Opponent Date at Urbana 9/19/09 Cumberland (Ky.) 9/23/95 at Lenoir-Rhyne 9/18/99 Evansville 10/19/91 West Virginia Tech 8/26/00 at Saint Paul’s 9/16/06 Presbyterian 11/4/00 at Urbana 9/19/09 Newberry 10/9/10 at Presbyterian 10/11/03 at Mars Hill 11/4/06 at Brevard 10/10/09 West Virginia Tech 9/21/96 at Wingate 10/5/02 at Catawba 10/18/08 at W. Carolina 9/11/10 West Virginia Tech 9/21/96 at Catawba 11/6/10 Catawba 9/12/98

Recep�ons Player Kevin Wolco� Kevin Wolco� Ryan Tallent Deonte’ Gist Antwain Glenn Marvin Kelly Jarrell NeSmith J.R. Wooten Kevin Wolco� Ma� Riggs Marcus Foster Rashaad Carter Deonte’ Gist Michael Rodriquez Deonte’ Gist Deonte’ Gist Calvin Bri�

No. 15 13 13 13 12 12 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

Opponent at North Dakota State at Lenoir-Rhyne at Delta State at Mars Hill Presbyterian at North Dakota State Catawba West Virginia Tech at Presbyterian Catawba at Elizabeth City State Charleston (W.Va.) Newberry Newberry at Wingate at Lenoir-Rhyne Carson-Newman

Date 8/30/03 11/8/03 11/22/08 10/2/10 11/4/00 8/30/03 10/17/09 8/26/00 10/11/03 10/23/04 9/12/09 8/28/10 10/9/10 10/9/10 10/16/10 10/23/10 11/13/10

Receiving Yards Player Antwain Glenn Calvin Bri� Eddie Jackson Kevin Wolco� Ryan Tallent Kevin Wolco� Trae Johnson Jamichael Caldwell Rashaad Carter Deonte’ Gist

Yds. 206 196 190 181 176 174 169 166 166 160

Opponent Presbyterian Wingate Catawba at Presbyterian at Delta State at Lenoir-Rhyne at Winston-Salem State at Miles Charleston (W.Va.) at Catawba

Date 11/4/00 9/29/07 9/11/99 10/11/03 11/22/08 11/8/03 9/11/04 9/17/05 8/28/10 11/6/10

Touchdown Recep�ons Player TD Ma� Riggs 4 Eddie Jackson 3 Trae Johnson 3 Nate Binder 3 Deonte’ Gist 3 Several Players 2

Opponent Lenoir-Rhyne Catawba at Winston-Salem State at Catawba Brevard

Date 11/9/02 9/11/99 9/11/04 10/18/08 10/30/10

Total Offensive A�empts Player A�. Bo Cordell 81 Bo Cordell 74 Caleb Slover 73 Bo Cordell 72 Caleb Slover 71 Bo Cordell 70 Bo Cordell 70 Andy Smith 67 Corey Russell 67 Bo Cordell 67

Opponent Newberry at Mars Hill at Presbyterian at Lenoir-Rhyne Presbyterian at Charleston (W.Va.) Catawba Catawba Carson-Newman at Findlay

Date 10/9/10 10/2/10 11/3/01 10/23/10 11/4/00 8/29/09 10/17/09 9/11/99 11/8/08 9/4/10

Total Offensive Yards Player Yds. Bo Cordell 542 Bo Cordell 503 Bo Cordell 484 Corey Russell 463 Bo Cordell 451 Carson Bradley 449 Corey Russell 447 Tony Colston 436 Bo Cordell 434 Corey Russell 433

Opponent at Catawba at Mars Hill at Carson-Newman at Wingate at Urbana at Carson-Newman Wingate at Newberry Newberry at Catawba

Date 11/6/10 10/2/10 11/7/09 9/27/08 9/19/09 10/26/02 9/29/07 19/9/04 10/9/10 10/18/08

All-Purpose A�empts Player No. Aaron Claridy 35 Ed Curry 33 Birdie Dockery 32 Birdie Dockery 30 Birdie Dockery 27 Birdie Dockery 27 Aaron Claridy 27 Aaron Claridy 26 Aaron Claridy 25 Chris Mosley 25 Marcus Foster 25

Opponent Jacksonville (Fla.) Union at Mars Hill Clinch Valley Presbyterian at Wingate at Wingate Wingate at Newberry at Elon at Elizabeth City State

Date 11/13/99 11/16/91 10/11/97 11/15/97 10/4/97 10/25/97 9/23/00 9/22/01 10/19/02 9/6/03 9/12/09

All-Purpose Yards Player Deonte’ Gist Marcus Foster Walter De�e Eddie Jackson Aaron Claridy Eric Claridy Ryan Tallent Birdie Dockery Ricardo Colclough Ryan Tallent

Opponent at Catawba at Elizabeth City State Biltmore Catawba Jacksonville (Fla.) Maryville at Delta State at Newberry Morehouse at Carson-Newman

Date 11/6/10 9/12/09 11/18/30 9/11/99 11/13/99 11/5/94 11/22/08 10/17/98 9/13/93 11/7/09

Touchdowns Scored Player Eric Claridy Eric Claridy Craig Harvey Ma� Riggs Several Players

Yds. 279 249 245 243 232 229 229 228 211 209 TD 5 4 4 4 3

Opponent Maryville at Sue Benne� Cumberland (Tenn.) Lenoir-Rhyne

Date 11/5/94 10/1/94 11/2/96 11/9/02

Points Scored Player Eric Claridy Eric Claridy Craig Harvey Ma� Riggs Several Players

Pts. 30 24 24 24 18

Opponent Maryville at Sue Benne� Cumberland (Tenn.) Lenoir-Rhyne

Date 11/5/94 10/1/94 11/2/96 11/9/02

Longest Punts Player Cory Newton Mike Carter John Gregory John Gregory Paul Czerniak John Gregory Cory Newton Brice Stefanick Mike McLean Paul Czerniak John Gregory

Yds. 78 77 76 75 71 71 68 67 64 64 64

Opponent at Concord Gardner-Webb Lenoir-Rhyne at Catawba Tennessee-Mar�n Carson-Newman at Mars Hill at Wingate at Wingate Arkansas-Mon�cello Albany State

Date 8/28/04 11/1/97 10/6/07 10/21/06 9/6/01 11/8/08 11/6/04 10/5/02 10/23/99 9/2/00 11/15/08

Punt A�empts Player Mike Carter Brice Stefanick Craig Harvey Cory Newton Aus�n Hunter John Gregory John Gregory John Gregory Cory Newton

A�. 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 9

Opponent at Catawba at Mars Hill Catawba at North Dakota State at North Alabama at Wingate at Mars Hill at Liberty North Alabama

Date 9/6/97 11/16/02 9/28/96 8/30/03 9/3/05 9/30/06 11/4/06 9/1/07 9/4/04


INDIVIDUAL GAME LEADERS Pun�ng Yards Player John Gregory John Gregory Chad Busch Cory Newton Brice Stefanick John Gregory John Gregory Craig Harvey Mike Carter Cory Newton

Yds. 424 418 402 371 369 366 359 358 355 352

Opponent at Wingate at Mars Hill at California (Pa.) at North Dakota State at Mars Hill Carson-Newman at Liberty Catawba at Catawba at Concord

Date 9/30/06 11/4/06 10/5/96 8/30/03 11/16/02 11/11/06 9/1/07 9/28/96 9/6/97 8/28/04

Kick Scoring Player Gareth Rowlands Paul Czerniak Jack Whi�enburg Gareth Rowlands Gareth Rowlands Gareth Rowlands Gareth Rowlands Paul Czerniak Gareth Rowlands Paul Czerniak Brice Stefanick Brice Stefanick Brice Stefanick Gareth Rowlands Gareth Rowlands Gareth Rowlands Gareth Rowlands

Pts. 18 14 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Opponent at Catawba at Livingstone at Sue Benne� at Gardner-Webb at Western Carolina Newberry Carson-Newman at Presbyterian at Elizabeth City State at Wingate at Morehead State North Greenville Lenoir-Rhyne Charleston (W.Va.) at Brevard at Newberry at Findlay

Date 11/6/10 9/9/00 10/1/94 9/6/08 9/11/10 10/9/10 11/13/10 11/3/01 9/12/09 9/23/00 8/30/01 8/29/02 11/9/02 8/30/08 10/10/09 10/24/09 9/4/10

Longest Punt Returns Player Yds. Ricardo Colclough 85* Donald Amaker 76* Ricardo Colclough 64* Octavius Love 62* Donald Amaker 60* Eddie Jackson 56 Donald Amaker 56 Marvin Kelly 54 Marvin Kelly 53 Marvin Kelly 50 Tyler Clendenen 50

Opponent at Charleston Southern at Tennessee-Mar�n at Wingate Wingate at Lenoir-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne at Newberry North Greenville Catawba North Greenville Wingate

Date 9/27/03 9/5/02 10/5/02 9/24/05 9/29/01 9/18/99 10/19/02 8/29/02 11/2/02 8/29/02 9/24/09

Punt Returns Player Octavius Love Vince Campbell Donald Amaker Donald Amaker Donald Amaker Donald Amaker Donald Amaker Donald Amaker Donald Amaker Ra’Shun Judge

No. 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5

Opponent Wingate at California (Pa.) at Morehead State vs. Wingate at Lenoir-Rhyne at Mars Hill at Catawba Newberry at Tennessee-Mar�n at Newberry

Date 9/24/05 9/5/96 8/31/01 9/22/01 9/29/01 11/11/00 10/6/01 10/27/01 9/5/02 10/9/04

Yds. 132 114 104 103 96 85 79 77 76 68

Opponent Wingate Newberry North Greenville at Lenoir-Rhyne at Tennessee-Mar�n at Charleston Southern Newberry Wingate Maryville at Lenoir-Rhyne

Date 9/24/05 10/8/05 8/29/02 9/29/01 9/5/02 9/27/03 10/16/99 9/22/01 11/8/97 9/18/99

Pun�ng Average (min. 3 a�.) Player Avg. Opponent Cory Newton 53.5 Lenoir-Rhyne Paul Czerniak 53.3 Tennessee-Mar�n Cory Newton 50.3 at Concord Paul Czerniak 50.2 Arkansas-Mon�cello John Gregory 49.0 Mars Hill Cory Newton 48.9 at Mars Hill John Gregory 48.8 Saint Paul’s John Gregory 48.7 Urbana John Gregory 48.2 Lenoir-Rhyne John Gregory 47.8 at Catawba

Date 10/30/04 9/6/01 8/28/04 9/2/00 10/31/09 11/6/04 9/15/07 9/20/08 10/6/07 10/21/06

Longest Field Goals Player Yds. Paul Czerniak 52 Paul Czerniak 52 Gareth Rowlands 52 Mike Carter 51 Jack Whi�enburg 49 Paul Czerniak 49 Paul Czerniak 49 Gareth Rowlands 49 Brice Stefanick 48 Garety Rowlands 48

Opponent at Livingstone at Jacksonville (Fla.) at Elizabeth City St. Livingstone at Sue Benne� Arkansas-Mon�cello at Wingate at Newberry at Morehead State at Elizabeth City St.

Date 9/9/00 9/16/00 9/12/09 9/2/99 10/1/94 9/2/00 9/23/00 10/24/09 8/30/01 9/12/09

Opponent at Livingstone at Gardner-Webb at Catawba at Wingate at Elizabeth City St. at Brevard at Findlay

Date 9/9/00 9/6/08 11/6/10 9/23/00 9/12/09 10/10/09 9/4/10

Opponent at Livingstone at Jacksonville (Fla.) at Wingate at Gardner-Webb at Findlay at Brevard at Catawba

Date 9/9/00 9/16/00 9/23/00 9/6/08 9/4/10 10/10/09 11/6/10

Punt Return Yards Player Octavius Love Octavius Love Marvin Kelly Donald Amaker Donald Amaker Ricardo Colclough Eddie Jackson Donald Amaker Mike Carter Eddie Jackson

Opponent at Sue Benne� Maryville Union (Ky.) at Charleston Southern Millsaps S�llman Lenoir-Rhyne Wingate Brevard

Date 10/1/94 11/5/94 11/13/93 9/27/03 10/18/97 9/15/01 11/9/02 10/4/03 10/11/08

Longest Kickoff Returns Player Yds. Ricardo Colclough 97* Donald Amaker 95* Ricardo Colclough 92* Deonte’ Gist 91* Larry Cosby 90* Jamichael Caldwell 90 Larry Cosby 89* Marvin Kelly 82* Johnathan Lyons 81 Deonte’ Gist 79*

Opponent Morehouse Carson-Newman Morehouse at Carson-Newman Georgetown (Ky.) Mars Hill Lambuth at Presbyterian Carson-Newman at Catawba

Date 9/13/03 10/13/01 9/13/03 11/7/09 10/31/92 11/5/05 10/16/93 11/3/01 11/13/10 11/6/10

Opponent Union (Ky.) at Sue Benne� Maryville Lenoir-Rhyne at Charleston Southern Brevard at Newberry S�llman Wingate Brevard

Date 11/13/93 10/1/94 11/5/94 11/9/02 9/27/03 10/11/08 10/28/00 9/15/01 10/4/03 10/30/10

Kickoff Returns Player Horace Mack Larry Cosby Shawn Wright Eddie Jackson Eddie Jackson Raymond Rains Deonte’ Gist Jonathan Lyons

No. 8 7 7 6 6 6 6 6

Opponent at Union at Georgetown (Ky.) at West Georgia at Carson-Newman Presbyterian at Carson-Newman Newberry at Lenoir-Rhyne

Date 11/12/94 11/2/91 10/5/96 9/23/99 10/2/99 10/14/00 10/9/10 10/23/10

Kickoff Return Yards Player Ricardo Colclough Marcus Foster Larry Cosby Deonte’ Gist Jonathan Lyons Deonte’ Gist Marvin Kelly Shawn Wright Shawn Wright Marcus Foster

Yds. 189 160 156 156 143 142 140 136 134 132

Opponent Morehouse at Carson-Newman at Georgetown (Ky.) at Carson-Newman Carson-Newman Newberry at Presbyterian at West Georgia Concord at Elizabeth City State

Date 9/13/03 11/7/09 11/2/91 11/7/09 11/13/10 10/9/10 11/3/01 10/5/96 8/31/96 9/12/09

Field Goals Player Paul Czerniak Gareth Rowlands Gareth Rowlands Paul Czerniak Gareth Rowlands Gareth Rowlands Gareth Rowlands Several Players

FG 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2

Field Goal A�empts Player FGA Paul Czerniak 5 Paul Czerniak 5 Paul Czerniak 5 Gareth Rowlands 5 Gareth Rowlands 5 Gareth Rowlands 4 Gareth Rowlands 4 Several Players 3 Extra Points Player Jack Whi�enburg Jack Whi�enburg Jack Whi�enburg Dylan Mason Mike Carter Paul Czerniak Brice Stefanick Dylan Mason Gareth Rowlands Several Players

PAT 9 9 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 6

Extra Point A�empts Player A�. Jack Whi�enburg 11 Jack Whi�enburg 9 Jack Whi�enburg 9 Brice Stefanick 8 Dylan Mason 8 Gareth Rowlands 8 Paul Czerniak 7 Paul Czerniak 7 Dylan Mason 7 Gareth Rowlands 7

Extra Point Percentage (min. 7 a�.) Player Pct. Opponent Date Jack Whi�enburg 1.00 (9-9) at Sue Benne� 10/1/94 Jack Whi�enburg 1.00 (9-9) Maryville 11/5/94 Dylan Mason 1.00 (8-8) at Charleston Southern 9/27/03 Mike Carter 1.00 (7-7) Millsaps 10/18/97 Paul Czerniak 1.00 (7-7) S�llman 9/15/01 Dylan Mason 1.00 (7-7) Wingate 10/4/03

Intercep�ons Player Kevin Washington Dave Hoffer Jermaine Mack Jermaine Mack Jermaine Mack Jermiah Huskins Sammy Foster Ricardo Colclough Ricardo Colclough Ricardo Colclough Ricardo Colclough Ra’Shun Judge Jeremy Thompson Tagon Richard TJ Jones Lyall Harrison

INT 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Opponent Campbellsville Cumberland (Ky.) at North Greenville Cumberland (Ky.) West Virginia Tech Millsaps Newberry at Morehouse Morehouse Carson-Newman Mars Hill Lenoir-Rhyne Wingate Catawba Newberry Mars Hill

Date 9/25/93 10/9/93 9/16/95 9/23/95 9/21/96 10/18/97 10/27/01 9/14/02 9/13/03 10/25/03 11/15/03 10/30/04 9/29/07 10/20/07 10/25/08 10/31/09

Opponent Lenoir-Rhyne Campbellsville at Charleston Southern Cumberland (Ky.) Tennessee Wesleyan Morehouse Lenoir-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne Newberry Wingate

Date 10/30/04 9/25/93 9/27/03 9/23/95 10/2/93 9/13/03 11/9/02 9/18/99 10/9/10 9/22/01

Longest Intercep�on Returns Player Yds. Opponent Ra’Shun Judge 82* Lenoir-Rhyne Kevin Washington 76* Campbellsville Ricardo Colclough 75* at Charleston Southern Frank Watson 68 Tennessee Wesleyan Junior Masco 64* Morehouse Jermaine Mack 60 West Virginia Tech Antyone Sims 59* Lenoir-Rhyne Rashaun Strickland 58 at Lenoir-Rhyne LiRonta Archie 58* Newberry Michael Anderson 53 Wingate

Date 10/30/04 9/25/93 9/27/03 10/2/03 9/13/03 9/21/96 11/9/02 9/18/99 10/9/10 9/22/01

Tackles Player Alan Slaughter Buck Starnes Buck Starnes Daris Robinson Cameron Hamler Jus�n Sco� Jarvis Li�lejohn Bre� Hlista D.J. Starling Cory Griffin Zachary Norman

TOT 25 20 18 18 18 18 17 16 16 16 16

Opponent Lenoir-Rhyne at Mississippi College Livingstone at Morehouse Brevard Albany State Mars Hill at Catawba Carson-Newman Carson-Newman at Carson-Newman

Date 9/30/00 9/13/97 9/2/99 9/14/02 10/11/08 11/15/08 11/3/07 9/12/98 10/13/01 10/15/05 11/7/09

Tackles For Loss Player Tyree Gray Adrian Samples Jarvis Li�lejohn Brian Alexander Tracy Branner Tracy Branner Daris Robinson Adrian Samples Javon Forse� Terrence Smith David Li�le

TFL 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Opponent at Lenoir-Rhyne Wingate Mars Hill Urbana at Jacksonville (Fla.) at Mars Hill at Mars Hill Mars Hill Elizabeth City State Urbana at Lenoir-Rhyne

Date 11/8/03 9/24/05 11/3/07 9/18/10 9/16/00 11/11/00 11/6/04 11/3/07 9/13/08 9/18/10 10/23/10

Sacks Player Jacques Session Tracy Branner Nelson Juarez Darren Jackson Shawn Harris David Li�le Several Players

Sk. 3 3 3 3 3 3 2

Opponent Tennessee Wesleyan Lenoir-Rhyne at Wingate at Charleston Southern at Mars Hill at Findlay

Date 10/2/93 9/19/98 10/23/99 9/27/03 11/6/04 9/4/10

Opponent at Western Carolina at North Alabama at Western Carolina Carson-Newman Carson-Newman Newberry Carson-Newman Carson-Newman at Wingate

Date 9/11/10 9/3/05 9/11/10 11/8/08 10/25/03 10/16/99 11/8/08 10/25/03 9/25/04

Opponent Mars Hill West Virginia Tech Georgetown (Ky.) West Virginia Tech North Greenville at Catawba

Date 11/15/03 9/21/96 10/21/95 8/26/00 8/29/02 11/1/03

Intercep�on Return Yards Player Yds. Ra’Shun Judge 106 Kevin Washington 76 Ricardo Colclough 75 Jermaine Mack 71 Frank Watson 68 Junior Masco 64 Antyone Sims 59 Rashaun Strickland 58 LiRonta Archie 58 Michael Anderson 53

Longest Fumble Returns Players Yds. Jus�n Arrington 90* Josh Hubbard 79* Jason Muehling 60* Jeremy Thompson 55* Josh Campbell 46 Ryan Cuthbert 35* Jeremy Thompson 31 Larry Hollins 28* Shawn Harris 20* Passes Defended Player Ricardo Colclough Jus�n Runyan Jus�n Runyan Rashaun Strickland Ricardo Colclough Larry Hollins Several Players

PD 5 4 4 4 4 4 3

2011 Tusculum Football -- 51


100-YARD RUSHING/RECEIVING GAMES

100-YARD RUSHING GAMES

Player Walter De�e Eric Claridy Birdie Dockery Aaron Claridy Birdie Dockery Birdie Dockery Eric Claridy Birdie Dockery Stacey Allen Eric Claridy Eric Claridy Ed Curry Eric Claridy Rivington Kendrick Aaron Claridy Eric Claridy Birdie Dockery Ed Curry Ed Curry Eric Claridy Ed Curry Eric Claridy Eric Claridy Eric Claridy Chip Walker Stacey Allen Aaron Claridy Aaron Claridy Raymond Rains Eric Claridy Stacey Allen Corey Russell Corey Russell Eric Claridy Birdie Dockery Eric Claridy Eric Claridy Chip Walker Birdie Dockery Ed Curry Eric Claridy Chris Mosley Aaron Claridy Aaron Claridy

Yds. A�. 245 — 229 16 228 20 220 34 208 30 205 25 201 18 190 32 189 24 171 18 171 19 162 33 159 22 158 13 154 24 151 9 149 23 147 13 146 19 146 25 145 17 143 21 140 25 138 25 132 14 132 3 132 14 128 21 128 5 126 7 123 16 123 18 122 19 120 23 119 18 117 8 117 21 117 15 117 18 115 14 115 15 114 20 113 12 112 20

Opponent Biltmore Maryville at Newberry Jacksonville (Fla.) Clinch Valley at Garnder-Webb Clinch Valley at Mars Hill Cumberland (Tenn.) at Sue Benne� at Clinch Valley Union (Ky.) at Union (Ky.) Millsaps at Wingate Union (Ky.) Maryville Campbellsville Cumberland (Ky.) Cumberland (Tenn.) Georgetown (Ky.) Cumberland (Ky.) Lambuth Georgetown (Ky.) Lambuth Maryville Carson-Newman at Jacksonville at Newberry Tennessee Wesleyan Mississippi College Newberry at Wingate at Campbellsville Millsaps at Cumberland (Tenn.) at Catawba at Maryville at Concord Tennessee Wesleyan at Lambuth at Elon at Wingate at Newberry

Player Antwain Glenn Calvin Bri� Eddie Jackson Kevin Wolco� Kevin Wolco� Trae Johnson Jamichael Caldwell Rashaad Carter Deonte’ Gist Kevin Wolco� Travis Oliver J.R. Wooten Kevin Wolco� Calvin Bri� Brandon Dixon Deonte’ Gist Rashaad Carter Nate Binder Ryan Tallent Deonte’ Gist Deonte’ Gist Calvin Bri� Jamichael Caldwell Antwain Glenn Jarrell NeSmith Calvin Bri� Kevin Wolco� Antwain Glenn Nate Binder Nate Binder Deonte’ Gist Trae Johnson Jamichael Caldwell Nate Binder Calvin Bri� Michael Rodriquez Trae Johnson Gilbert Mar�nez Ryan Tallent Calvin Bri� Ma� Riggs Ryan Tallent J.R. Wooten Ma� Riggs Rashaad Carter Yoshah McDaniel Ma� Riggs J.R. Wooten Jarrell NeSmith Ryan Tallent Deonte’ Gist

Yds. Rec. 206 12 196 6 190 5 181 11 174 13 169 8 166 6 166 11 160 9 158 9 158 9 155 11 155 15 152 6 151 9 151 10 148 3 145 4 141 10 141 6 140 9 139 3 135 4 133 7 132 9 132 7 131 9 131 7 131 6 129 5 129 13 128 9 125 8 123 7 123 11 120 7 119 9 119 5 119 6 119 10 118 11 118 8 116 4 116 5 116 10 115 6 114 6 113 8 112 12 110 8 110 6

Opponent Presbyterian Wingate Catawba at Presbyterian Lenoir-Rhyne at Winston-Salem State at Miles Charleston (W.Va.) at Catawba Mars Hill Presbyterian West Virginia Tech at North Dakota State at Mars Hill Charleston (W.Va.) at Findlay at Lenoir-Rhyne at Catawba at Carson-Newman at Western Carolina Brevard at Catawba at Saint Paul’s S�llman Wingate Newberry at Catawba at Morehead State at Charleston (W.Va.) at Brevard at Mars Hill Lenoir-Rhyne at Catawba Urbana Carson-Newman Urbana at Wingate Mars Hill Lenoir-Rhyne Urbana Catawba Wingate at Mars Hill Lenoir-Rhyne at Lenoir-Rhyne at Newberry North Greenville at Carson-Newman Catawba at Urbana Catawba

Date 11/18/30 11/5/94 10/17/98 11/13/99 11/15/97 11/1/97 9/10/94 10/11/97 11/2/96 10/1/94 9/9/95 11/16/91 11/12/94 10/18/97 9/23/00 11/13/93 11/8/97 9/28/91 10/10/92 11/4/95 10/31/92 10/8/94 10/7/95 10/29/94 10/16/93 11/5/94 10/13/01 9/16/00 10/28/00 10/2/93 10/19/96 10/25/08 9/27/08 9/30/95 10/18/97 9/18/93 10/9/93 11/6/93 9/27/97 10/2/93 10/15/94 9/6/03 10/23/99 10/28/00

Player Sco� Miller Birdie Dockery J’Dron London Corey Russell Eric Claridy Eric Claridy Eric Claridy Robert Hankerson Patrick King Birdie Dockery Stacey Allen Stacey Allen Marco Pleas Birdie Dockery Corey Russell Tony Colston

Yds. A�. 111 10 110 16 110 15 110 16 109 11 109 13 109 18 108 7 107 10 106 27 105 5 105 14 103 7 102 22 101 16 100 8

Opponent Date at Lambuth 9/12/92 at Catawba 9/12/98 Presbyterian 10/2/99 at Delta State 11/22/08 at Evansville 10/17/92 at North Greenville 9/16/95 Cumberland (Ky.) 9/23/95 at North Greenville 9/16/95 at Carson-Newman 11/10/07 Presbyterian 10/4/97 Georgetown (Ky.) 10/29/94 West Virginia Tech 9/21/96 at Clinch Valley 11/14/98 at Charleston Southern 9/20/97 at Mars Hill 11/1/08 Presbyterian 10/12/02

100-YARD RUSHING GAMES

Player Eric Claridy Birdie Dockery Aaron Claridy Ed Curry Stacey Allen Corey Russell Chip Walker Walter De�e Sco� Miller Robert Handerson Rivington Kendrick Marco Pleas J’Dron London Raymond Rains Tony Colston Chris Mosley Patrick King

Years 1992-95 1997-98 1999-02 1991-94 1994-96 2005-08 1991-94 1927-30 1992-93 1991-95 1997-98 1998 1999 1997-00 2002-04 2002-05 2003, 2005-07

No. 18 10 6 5 5 4 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

MULTIPLE 100-YARD RUSHING PERFORMANCES On just six occasions since the reinstatement of football at Tusculum College that two Pioneers have combined to rush for more than 100 yards each in a single game! The first occurred in 1993 when All-American Eric Claridy and Ed Curry ran for 126 and 115 yards respec�vely vs. Tennessee Wesleyan. The most recent “mul�ple 100” happened in 2000 when Raymond Rains tallied 128 yards and Aaron Claridy rushed for 112 at Newberry College. Rk. Date, Opponent (Result) Total Yards 1 Nov. 5, 1994 vs. Maryville (W 63-22) ..................... 361 Eric Claridy 16-229/Stacey Allen 3-132 2 Oct. 18, 1997 vs. Millsaps (W 51-34) ..................... 277 Rivington Kendrick 13-158/Birdie Dockery 18-119 3 Oct. 29, 1994 vs. Georgetown (W 21-13) ............... 243 Eric Claridy 25-138/Stacey Allen 5-105 4 Oct. 2, 1993 vs. Tennessee Wesleyan (W 43-13).... 241 Eric Claridy 7-126/Ed Curry 14-115 5 Oct. 28, 2000 at Newberry (W 50-37) .................... 240 Raymond Rains 5-128/Aaron Claridy 20-112 6 Sep. 16, 1995 at North Greenville (W 42-19) ......... 217 Eric Claridy 13-109/Robert Hankerson 7-108

100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES Date 11/4/00 9/29/07 9/11/99 10/11/03 11/8/08 9/11/04 9/17/05 8/28/10 11/6/10 11/15/03 10/14/06 8/26/00 8/30/03 10/2/10 8/25/07 9/4/10 10/4/08 10/18/08 11/7/09 9/11/10 10/30/10 10/18/08 9/16/06 9/15/01 9/24/09 10/9/10 10/6/01 8/30/01 8/29/09 10/10/09 10/2/10 10/30/04 10/22/05 9/20/08 11/13/10 9/18/10 9/25/04 11/5/05 10/6/07 9/18/10 10/23/04 9/29/07 11/11/00 11/9/02 10/23/10 10/9/04 8/29/02 9/23/99 10/17/09 9/19/09 10/17/09

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Player Rashaad Carter Deonte’ Gist Nate Binder Rashaad Carter Ma� Riggs Marvin Kelly Kevin Wolco� Rashaad Carter Kevin Wolco� Ma� Riggs Nate Binder Kevin Wolco� Candics Jones Michael Rodriquez Calvin Bri� Deonte’ Gist Jason Nance Calvin Bri�

Yds. Rec. 109 8 109 11 107 3 107 10 106 4 105 9 104 4 104 9 103 6 103 4 103 7 102 7 102 5 102 9 102 3 101 11 100 8 100 4

Opponent Newberry at Lenoir-Rhyne at Carson-Newman Carson-Newman at Concord at Catawba at Wingate at Mars Hill Lenoir-Rhyne at Charleston Southern at Wingate at Carson-Newman at Lenoir-Rhyne at Mars Hill at Catawba at Wingate at Presbyterian at Lenoir-Rhyne

Date 10/9/10 10/23/10 11/7/09 11/13/10 8/28/04 11/1/03 10/5/02 10/2/10 11/9/02 9/27/03 9/27/08 10/26/02 10/29/05 10/2/10 11/6/10 10/16/10 11/3/01 10/4/08

100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES

Player Kevin Wolco� Calvin Bri� Deonte’ Gist Nate Binder Rashaad Carter Ma� Riggs Ryan Tallent J.R. Wooten Antwain Glenn Trae Johnson Jamichael Caldwell Jarrell NeSmith Michael Rodriquez Eddie Jackson Travis Oliver Brandon Dixon Gilbert Mar�nez Yoshah McDaniel Marvin Kelly Candics Jones Jason Nance

Years 2000-03 2007-10 2008-present 2008-09 2008-present 2001-04 2006-09 1997-2000 2000-03 2004 2004-08 2006-09 2008-present 1999 2003-06 2007 2005 2004 2000-03 2003-06 2002

No. 8 8 8 6 6 5 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

MULTIPLE 100-YARD RECEIVING PERFORMANCES Only on 13 occasions since the reinstatement of football at Tusculum that two or more Pioneers have combined to catch for more that 100 yards in a single game. Tusculum’s all-�me leader in receiving yards and TD recep�ons, Calvin Bri�, was involved in eight of those 13 ou�ngs, including five �mes in 2010. Rk. Date, Opponent (Result) Total Yards 1 Oct. 2, 2010 at Mars Hill (L 39-45) ......................... 487 Calvin Bri� (6-152)/Deonte’ Gist (13-129)/ Rashaad Carter (9-104)/Michael Rodriquez (9-102) 2 Sep. 29, 2007 vs. Wingate (W 31-28) ..................... 314 Calvin Bri� (6-196)/Ryan Tallent (8-118) 3 Oct. 18, 2008 at Catawba (L 35-37) ........................ 284 Nate Binder (4-145)/Calvin Bri� (3-139) 4 Nov. 6, 2010 at Catawba (W 54-44) ....................... 262 Deonte’ Gist (9-160)/Calvin Bri� (3-102) T5 Oct. 4, 2008 at Lenoir-Rhyne (W 48-19)................. 248 Rashaad Carter (3-148)/Calvin Bri� (4-100) T5 Nov. 7, 2009 at Carson-Newman (L 35-70) ............ 248 Ryan Tallent (10-141)/Nate Binder (3-107) 7 Oct. 9, 2010 vs. Newberry (L 56-63)....................... 241 Calvin Bri� (7-132)/Rashaad Carter (8-109) 8 Sep. 18, 2010 vs. Urbana (W 39-36) ...................... 239 Michael Rodriquez (7-120)/Calvin Bri� (10-119) 9 Nov. 13, 2010 vs. Carson-Newman (L 48-49) ......... 230 Calvin Bri� (11-123)/Rashaad Carter (10-107) 10 Nov. 9, 2002 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne (W 58-22) ............... 229 Kevin Wolco� (6-103)/Ma� Riggs (5-116) 11 Oct. 9, 2004 at Newberry (W 28-24) ...................... 228 Yoshah McDaniel (6-115)/Jamichael Caldwell (6-113) 12 Oct. 23, 2010 at Lenoir-Rhyne (L 31-34) ................ 225 Deonte’ Gist (11-109)/Rashaad Carter (10-116) 13 Oct. 17, 2009 vs. Catawba (L 27-41)....................... 222 Jarrell NeSmith (12-112)/Deonte’ Gist (6-110)


ALL-AMERICANS

Eric Claridy Running Back

1994 NAIA II 1995 AFCA College

Kevin Wolco� Wide Receiver

Donald Amaker Return Specialist

1994 AFCA College 1994 NAIA II

2000 D2football.com 2000 Football Gaze�e 2001 D2football.com

2001 Football Gaze�e 2002 Football Gaze�e 2002 D2football.com

Craig Pritche� Linebacker

Felix Perez Offensive Lineman

Ra’Shun Judge Defensive Back

2003 NCAA II 2003 D2football.com 2003 Dopke.com

2003 D2football.com

Glen Black Placekicker

Jarrell NeSmith

2006 Academic All-American®

Paul Czerniak Placekicker

Ma� Shults Offensive Lineman

Tight End

2008 Daktronics NCAA II 2008 D2football.com 2008 Football Gaze�e 2008 Academic All-American® 2009 Football Gaze�e 2009 AP All-America 2009 Academic All-American®

Gareth Rowlands Placekicker

2010 Daktronics NCAA II 2010 AP All-America 2010 D2football.com 2010 Football Gaze�e

Ricardo Colclough Defensive Back Return Specialist

2002 D2football.com 2002 Football Gaze�e 2002 AP All-America 2003 D2football.com 2003 Football Gaze�e 2003 Dopke.com

2003 AFCA II 2003 Daktronics NCAA II 2003 D2football.com 2003 Football Gaze�e 2003 AP All-America 2003 Dopke.com

Cory Newton Punter

Octavius Love Return Specialist

2003 Football Gaze�e

2004 D2football.com 2004 Football Gaze�e

2004 Dopke.com

2005 D2football.com 2005 CollegeSportsReport.com

Corey Russell Quarterback

Jus�n Sco� Linebacker

John Gregory Punter

Ryan Tallent Wide Receiver

2008 Daktronics NCAA II 2008 D2football.com 2008 Football Gaze�e

Michael Rodriquez Tight End

Alan Dunn Offensive Lineman

2010 Football Gaze�e

2008 Football Gaze�e

Bo Cordell Quarterback

2010 D2football.com 2010 Football Gaze�e

2008 Football Gaze�e

Deonte’ Gist Wide Receiver

2010 Daktronics NCAA II 2010 Football Gaze�e

2008 Football Gaze�e

Hannibal Ruiz Offensive Lineman

2010 Football Gaze�e

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INDIVIDUAL SEASON LEADERS Yds. 1505 1319 1021 853 853 814 810 751 696 646

Year 1997 1994 1995 1993 2000 1992 2008 1998 2001 1996

Recep�ons Player Deonte’ Gist Kevin Wolco� Ryan Tallent Rashaad Carter Michael Rodriquez Jarrell NeSmith Ryan Tallent Ryan Tallent Calvin Bri� Jarrell NeSmith

No. 96 92 92 81 70 67 59 59 59 56

Year 2010 2003 2008 2010 2010 2008 2007 2009 2010 2009

Punts Player Aus�n Hunter John Gregory Paul Czerniak Mike McLean Mike Carter Mike Carter Cory Newton Chad Busch John Gregory Chad Busch

No. 76 70 66 65 64 61 60 54 54 52

Year 2005 2006 2000 1999 1997 1998 2004 1995 2007 1996

A�. 249 190 177 169 163 151 142 141 140

Year 1997 2000 1995 2008 1994 1992 1991 2002 2006

Receiving Yards Player Yds. Deonte’ Gist 1183 Kevin Wolco� 1159 Rashaad Carter 1004 Ryan Tallent 989 Calvin Bri� 952 Nate Binder 944 Michael Rodriquez 727 Calvin Bri� 703 Ryan Tallent 696 Jarrell NeSmith 678

Year 2010 2003 2010 2008 2010 2008 2010 2008 2007 2009

Pun�ng Yards Player Aus�n Hunter John Gregory Paul Czerniak Mike McLean Cory Newton John Gregory Mike Carter Mike Carter John Gregory Chad Busch

Yds. 2923 2866 2575 2550 2518 2220 2217 2207 2207 2069

Year 2005 2006 2000 1999 2004 2008 1997 1998 2007 1996

TD 18 13 12 12 11 11 11 9

Year 1994 1997 2001 2008 1993 1995 2003 2010

Yds. 4657 4097 3458 2817 2769 2509 2204 2091 1707 1575

Year 2010 2008 2009 2007 2001 2004 2000 2003 2002 2006

Passing A�empts Player Bo Cordell Corey Russell Bo Cordell Corey Russell Caleb Slover Tony Colston Caleb Slover Tony Colston Corey Russell Andy Smith

A�. 605 505 445 428 412 374 369 253 252 241

Year 2010 2008 2009 2007 2001 2004 2000 2003 2006 1999

Pass Comple�ons Player Bo Cordell Corey Russell Bo Cordell Caleb Slover Tony Colston Corey Russell Caleb Slover Tony Colston Tony Colston Carson Bradley

Cmp. 394 301 277 246 222 222 205 179 143 136

Year 2010 2008 2009 2001 2004 2007 2000 2003 2002 2003

Rushing Yards Player Birdie Dockery Eric Claridy Eric Claridy Eric Claridy Aaron Claridy Ed Curry Corey Russell Birdie Dockery Aaron Claridy Stacey Allen Rushing A�empts Player Birdie Dockery Aaron Claridy Eric Claridy Corey Russell Eric Claridy Ed Curry Ed Curry Aaron Claridy Patrick King

Rushing Touchdowns Player Eric Claridy Birdie Dockery Aaron Claridy Corey Russell Eric Claridy Eric Claridy Chris Mosley Bo Cordell Passing Yards Player Bo Cordell Corey Russell Bo Cordell Corey Russell Caleb Slover Tony Colston Caleb Slover Tony Colston Tony Colston Corey Russell

Comple�on Percentage (min. 70 a�.) Player Pct. Year Tony Colston .708 2003 Bo Cordell .651 2010 Carson Bradley .642 2003 Tony Colston .622 2002 Bo Cordell .622 2009 Caleb Slover .597 2001 Corey Russell .596 2008 Tony Colston .594 2004 Corey Russell .589 2005 Andy Smith .562 1998 Passing Touchdowns Player Bo Cordell Corey Russell Corey Russell Bo Cordell Caleb Slover Caleb Slover Tony Colston Corey Russell Carson Bradley Tony Colston

TD 38 37 24 23 17 17 15 15 14 12

Year 2010 2008 2007 2009 2000 2001 2004 2006 2003 2003

Intercep�ons Thrown Player INT Tony Colston 19 Corey Russell 19 Bo Cordell 17 Corey Russell 14 Andy Smith 12 Caleb Slover 12 Bo Cordell 12 Caleb Slover 11 Corey Russell 9 Carson Bradley 8

Year 2004 2007 2009 2008 1999 2000 2010 2006 2006 2003

Yards Per Recep�on (min. 10 rec.) Player Avg. Year Calvin Bri� 25.11 2008 Calvin Bri� 24.23 2007 Chad Wallace 21.10 1995 Vince Campbell 20.10 1996 Nate Binder 19.27 2008 Nate Binder 17.36 2009 Calvin Bri� 16.31 2009 Jason Nance 16.29 2002 Deonte’ Gist 16.24 2009 Calvin Bri� 16.14 2010

Pun�ng Average (min. 30 a�.) Player Avg. Dick Schulz 43.55 John Gregory 43.53 Cory Newton 41.97 Paul Czerniak 41.52 John Gregory 41.52 John Gregory 40.94 John Gregory 40.87 Chad Busch 39.80 Mike McLean 39.23 Paul Czerniak 39.02

Year 1941 2008 2004 2001 2009 2006 2007 1996 1999 2000

TD Recep�ons Player Nate Binder Ryan Tallent Calvin Bri� Rashaad Carter Michael Rodriquez Ma� Riggs Deonte’ Gist Jamichael Caldwell Calvin Bri� Jarrell NeSmith

No. 31 20 19 18 18 18 17 16 16 15 15

Year 2001 1997 2003 1996 1994 2000 2010 2005 2002 2006 2004

Yds. 393 324 273 270 231 211 169 142 137 109

Year 2001 2005 2002 2003 1999 2002 1994 1997 2000 2010

Points Scored Player Gareth Rowlands Eric Claridy Aaron Claridy Paul Czerniak Birdie Dockery Gareth Rowlands Eric Claridy Eric Claridy Chris Mosley Corey Russell

Pts. 111 110 84 81 78 78 72 72 72 72

Year 2010 1994 2001 2000 1997 2008 1993 1995 2003 2008

Kick Points Scored Player Gareth Rowlands Paul Czerniak Gareth Rowlands Gareth Rowlands Paul Czerniak Jack Whi�enburg Jack Whi�enburg

Pts. 111 81 78 66 61 46 45

Year 2010 2000 2008 2009 2001 1994 1993

Field Goals Player Gareth Rowlands Paul Czerniak Gareth Rowlands Gareth Rowlands Paul Czerniak Glen Black Mike Carter Tony Cuseo Brice Stefanick Jack Whi�enburg Jus�n Higgins

FG 21 19 12 9 8 7 6 6 6 5 5

Year 2010 2000 2009 2008 2001 2006 1996 1998 2002 1993 2007

Field Goal A�empts Player FGA Paul Czerniak 29 Gareth Rowlands 26 Gareth Rowlands 18 Gareth Rowlands 16 Brice Stefanick 13 Paul Czerniak 12 Mike Carter 11 Glen Black 11 Jus�n Higgins 11 Jack Whi�enburg 10

Year 2000 2010 2005 2009 2002 2001 1996 2006 2007 1994

Extra Points Player Gareth Rowlands Gareth Rowlands Paul Czerniak Jack Whi�enburg Brice Stefanick Glen Black Jack Whi�enburg Gareth Rowlands Jus�n Higgins Paul Czerniak Brice Stefanick

PAT 51 48 37 34 34 32 30 30 28 24 24

Year 2008 2010 2001 1994 2002 2004 1993 2009 2007 2000 2003

Extra Point A�empts Player Gareth Rowlands Gareth Rowlands Jack Whi�enburg Paul Czerniak Jack Whi�enburg Brice Stefanick Glen Black Jus�n Higgins Gareth Rowlands Paul Czerniak

A�. 61 49 39 38 36 36 35 31 31 27

Year 2008 2010 1994 2001 1993 2002 2004 2007 2009 2000

TD 18 14 13 12 12 12 9

Year 1994 2001 1997 1993 2003 2008

INT 11 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3

Year 2003 2000 1991 1993 1994 1995 2000 2002 2004

Intercep�on Return Yards Player Yds. Ricardo Colclough 111 Ra’Shun Judge 106 Kevin Washington 90 Jermaine Mack 88 Antyone Sims 79 Rashaun Strickland 76 D.J. Starling 65 Junior Masco 64 Antrez McDaniel 61 Rashaun Strickland 58 LiRonta Archie 58

Year 2003 2004 1995 1995 2002 2000 2003 2003 2005 1999 2010

TD 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 7 7 7

Year 2008 2008 2010 2010 2010 2002 2010 2006 2008 2008

Total Offensive Yards Player Yds. Corey Russell 4907 Bo Cordell 4680 Bo Cordell 3355 Corey Russell 3141 Caleb Slover 3007 Tony Colston 2739 Tony Colston 2219 Caleb Slover 2128 Tony Colston 2006 Corey Russell 1814

Punt Returns Player Donald Amaker Alan Slaughter Ricardo Colclough Vince Campbell Chad Wallace Taj Lewis Rashaad Carter Octavius Love Donald Amaker Ryan Tallent Ra’Shun Judge

Year 2008 2010 2009 2007 2001 2004 2003 2000 2002 2006

Total Offensive A�empts Player No. Bo Cordell 702 Corey Russell 674 Corey Russell 565 Bo Cordell 531 Caleb Slover 495 Tony Colston 478 Caleb Slover 435 Corey Russell 341 Andy Smith 340 Andy Smith 339

Punt Return Yards Player Donald Amaker Octavius Love Donald Amaker Ricardo Colclough Eddie Jackson Marvin Kelly Chad Wallace Alan Slaughter Taj Lewis Rashaad Carter

Year 2010 2008 2007 2009 2001 2004 2000 2006 1998 1999

All-Purpose Yards Player Deonte’ Gist Birdie Dockery Marcus Foster Ryan Tallent Eric Claridy Rashaad Carter Kevin Wolco� Eddie Jackson Ryan Tallent Ryan Tallent

Punt Return Average (min. 10 ret.) Player Avg. Year Marvin Kelly 21.10 2002 Octavius Love 20.25 2005 Donald Amaker 17.06 2002 Eddie Jackson 16.50 1999 Ricardo Colclough 14.21 2003 Donald Amaker 12.68 2001 Chad Wallace 9.39 1994 Mike Carter 8.14 1998 Alan Slaughter 7.71 1997 Kevin Washington 7.21 1993

Yds. 1713 1658 1428 1426 1319 1215 1159 1135 1083 1066

Year 2010 1997 2009 2008 1994 2010 2003 1999 2007 2009

Kickoff Returns Player Jermaine Mack Marcus Foster Shaun Wright Eddie Jackson Horace Mack

No. 37 32 28 28 22

Year 1997 2009 1996 1999 1994

Touchdowns Player Eric Claridy Aaron Claridy Birdie Dockery Eric Claridy Chris Mosley Corey Russell Several Players

All-Purpose A�empts Player Yds. Birdie Dockery 273 Aaron Claridy 219 Aaron Claridy 182 Eric Claridy 179 Aaron Claridy 166 Eric Claridy 163 Ed Curry 152 Rivington Kendrick 151 Birdie Dockery 138

Year 1997 2000 2002 1995 2001 1994 1992 1998 1998

Kickoff Return Yards Player Jermaine Mack Marcus Foster Shaun Wright Ricardo Colclough Eddie Jackson Deonte’ Gist Jonathan Lyons Deonte’ Gist Donald Amaker Donald Amaker

Yds. 724 698 587 552 535 449 418 385 376 363

Year 1997 2009 1996 2003 1999 2010 2010 2009 2001 2002

Intercep�ons Player Ricardo Colclough Rashaun Strickland James Whetstone David Hoffer Chris Gunter Jermaine Mack Craig Pritche� Ricardo Colclough Tim Chester Several Players

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Kickoff Return Average (min. 10 ret.) Player Avg. Year Deonte’ Gist 29.62 2009 Ricardo Colclough 29.05 2003 Donald Amaker 26.86 2001 Marcus Foster 26.09 2005 Donald Amaker 25.93 2002 Deonte’ Gist 23.63 2010

Tackles Player Buck Starnes Jus�n Sco� Jarvis Li�lejohn Bre� Hlista Alan Slaughter Jacques Sessions Kenneth Ross D.J. Starling Daris Robinson Buck Starnes

No. 132 113 105 103 103 101 100 100 92 91

Year 1997 2008 2008 1998 2000 1992 1996 2001 2002 1998

Tackles For Loss Player Jus�n Sco� Tracy Branner Craig Pritche� Daris Robinson Terrence Smith Adrian Samples Jus�n Sco� David Li�le Jacques Sessions Tofi Tuipala Ryan Cuthbert Ra’Shun Judge

TFL 22 18 17 16 16 15 14 14 13 13 13 13

Year 2008 2000 2002 2002 2010 2007 2007 2010 1993 1998 2000 2004

Sacks Player Tracy Branner Walter Johnson Kipp Smith Tracy Branner Daris Robinson Shawn Harris Jacques Sessions Aaron Van Tilburg Ryan Cuthbert Daris Robinson Lee Hughes, Jr. Adrian Samples David Li�le

Sk. 11 10 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

Year 1998 2001 1992 2000 2001 2004 1991 1997 1999 2002 2003 2007 2010

Fumbles Forced Player Tracy Branner Rodney Peebles Jus�n Sco� Cash Higgins D.J. Starling D.J. Starling Jarvis Li�lejohn

FF 6 4 4 3 3 3 3

Year 1998 2003 2008 1994 2001 2003 2008

Fumbles Recovered Player Kenneth Smith Jus�n Sco� Mark Aragon Stan Grimsley Ryan Cuthbert Ryan Cuthbert Craig Pritche� Adrian Samples Jason Muehling

FR 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Year 1991 2007 1991 1995 1999 2000 2002 2007 2010

Fumble Return Yards Player Yds. Jus�n Arrington 108 Jeremy Thompson 86 Josh Hubbard 79 Jason Muehling 60 Josh Campbell 46 Randy Williams 39 Allen Thomas 36 Ryan Cuthbert 35 Larry Hollins 28 LiRonta Archie 26

Year 2010 2008 2005 2010 2003 2008 2008 1999 2003 2010

Blocked Kicks Player Ra’Shun Judge Marques Dixon Jacques Session Brandon Kelley Tagon Richard Marc Boyd Michael Harrison Michael Harrison

BK 5 3 3 3 3 2 2 2

Year 2004 1992 1992 2008 2008 1992 1992 1993

Passes Defended Player Ricardo Colclough Rashaun Strickland Greg Rush Ricardo Colclough Greg Rush

PD 24 16 15 13 12

Year 2003 2000 2002 2002 2001


INDIVIDUAL CAREER LEADERS Rushing Yards Player Eric Claridy Aaron Claridy Ed Curry Birdie Dockery Corey Russell Robert Hankerson Stacey Allen Patrick King Chip Walker Rivington Kendrick

Years 1992-95 1999-02 1991-94 1997-98 2005-08 1991-95 1994-96 2003-07 1991-94 1997-98

Rushing A�empts Player Aaron Claridy Eric Claridy Ed Curry Corey Russell Birdie Dockery Chip Walker Patrick King Robert Hankerson Chris Mosley Tony Colston

Years 1999-02 1992-95 1991-94 2005-08 1997-98 1991-94 2003-07 1991-95 2001-05 2002-04

A�. 545 544 479 471 377 328 275 259 246 215

Rushing Touchdowns Player Years Eric Claridy 1992-95 Aaron Claridy 1999-02 Corey Russell 2005-08 Birdie Dockery 1997-98 Ed Curry 1991-94 Chip Walker 1991-94 Rivington Kendrick 1997-98 Robert Hankerson 1991-95 Chris Mosley 2001-05 Tony Colston 2002-04

TD 44 25 21 18 17 17 13 12 12 12

Passing Yards Player Corey Russell Bo Cordell Tony Colston Caleb Slover Carson Bradley Andy Smith Chip Walker Cody Baugh Ryan Baker Craig Harvey

A�. 544 545 479 377 471 259 214 275 328 210

Yds. 3737 2641 2345 2256 1428 1350 1332 1311 1223 1152

Years A�. Cmp. Int. Yds. TD 2005-08 1382 773 49 9887 82 20091050 671 29 8115 61 2002-04 857 544 28 6307 37 2000-01 781 451 23 4973 34 2001-03 438 266 14 2977 24 1998-99 435 237 20 2794 17 1991-94 273 102 15 1884 12 2003-06 189 97 7 1041 7 1996-97 231 96 9 1011 7 1996 162 70 10 955 7

Passing A�empts Player Corey Russell Bo Cordell Tony Colston Caleb Slover Carson Bradley Andy Smith Chip Walker Ryan Baker Cody Baugh Craig Harvey Pass Comple�ons Player Corey Russell Bo Cordell Tony Colston Caleb Slover Carson Bradley Andy Smith Chip Walker Cody Baugh Ryan Baker Craig Harvey

Years 2005-08 20092002-04 2000-01 2001-03 1998-99 1991-94 1996-97 2003-06 1996

Years 2005-08 20092002-04 2000-01 2001-03 1998-99 1991-94 2003-06 1996-97 1996

Comple�on Percentage (min. 100 a�.) Player Years A�. Cmp. Bo Cordell 20091050 671 Tony Colston 2002-04 857 544 Carson Bradley 2001-03 438 266 Caleb Slover 2000-01 781 451 Corey Russell 2005-08 1382 773 Andy Smith 1998-99 435 237 Jamie Reed 1997-99 118 61 Cody Baugh 2003-06 189 97 Craig Harvey 1996 162 70 Ryan Baker 1996-97 231 96

A� 1382 1050 857 781 438 435 273 231 189 162

Cmp. 773 671 544 451 266 237 102 97 96 70

Pct. .639 .635 .607 .577 .559 .545 .517 .513 .432 .416

Passing Touchdowns Player Corey Russell Bo Cordell Tony Colston Caleb Slover Carson Bradley Andy Smith Chip Walker Ryan Baker Craig Harvey Cody Baugh

Years 2005-08 20092002-04 2000-01 2001-03 1998-99 1991-94 1996-97 1996 2003-06

TD 82 61 37 34 24 17 12 7 7 7

Intercep�ons Thrown Player Years Corey Russell 2005-08 Bo Cordell 2009Tony Colston 2002-04 Caleb Slover 2000-01 Andy Smith 1998-99 Chip Walker 1991-94 Carson Bradley 2001-03 Craig Harvey 1996 Ryan Baker 1996-97 Billy Quinn 1991-93 Billy Goodman 1993-96 Cody Baugh 2003-06

INT 49 29 28 23 20 15 14 10 9 7 7 7

Recep�ons Player Ryan Tallent Kevin Wolco� Jarrell NeSmith Antwain Glenn Rashaad Carter Jamichael Caldwell Deonte’ Gist Calvin Bri� Aaron Claridy Ma� Riggs Receiving Yards Player Calvin Bri� Kevin Wolco� Ryan Tallent Jamichael Caldwell Rashaad Carter Antwain Glenn Jarrell NeSmith Deonte’ Gist Nate Binder J.R. Wooten

Years 2006-09 2000-03 2006-09 2000-03 20082004-07 20082007-10 1999-02 2001-04

No. 214 200 158 144 140 139 126 125 112 105

Years 2007-10 2000-03 2006-09 2004-07 20082000-03 2006-09 20082008-09 1997-00

Yards Per Recep�on (min. 40 rec.) Player Years No. Calvin Bri� 2007-10 125 Nate Binder 2008-09 85 Vince Campbell 1996-97 41 Chad Wallace 1992-95 79 Jamichael Caldwell 2004-07 139 Jason Nance 2001-02 51 Mike Carter 1996-99 40 J.R. Wooten 1997-00 102 Rashaad Carter 2008140 Deonte’ Gist 2008126 Touchdown Recep�ons Player Years Calvin Bri� 2007-10 Jamichael Caldwell 2004-07 Ryan Tallent 2006-09 Rashaad Carter 2008Ma� Riggs 2001-04 Nate Binder 2008-09 Bobby Thompson 1999-02 Kevin Wolco� 2000-03 Jarrell NeSmith 2006-09 Deonte’ Gist 2008-

Yds. 2449 2377 2341 2083 1872 1830 1670 1640 1569 1437

Yds. 2449 1569 716 1305 2083 757 569 1437 1872 1640

Avg. 19.59 18.46 17.46 16.52 14.99 14.84 14.23 14.09 13.37 13.02

No. 26 19 16 15 13 13 12 12 12 12

All-Purpose Yards Player Ryan Tallent Eric Claridy Aaron Claridy Deonte’ Gist Marcus Foster Jamichael Caldwell Birdie Dockery Calvin Bri� Kevin Wolco� Ed Curry Donald Amaker Rashaad Carter

Years 2006-09 1992-95 1999-02 200820072004-07 1997-98 2007-10 2000-03 1991-94 2000-03 2008-

Yds. 3838 3820 3454 2732 2570 2563 2470 2449 2429 2397 2096 2095

All-Purpose A�empts Player Years Aaron Claridy 1999-02 Eric Claridy 1992-95 Ed Curry 1991-94 Corey Russell 2005-08 Birdie Dockery 1997-98 Chip Walker 1991-94 Robert Hankerson 1991-95 Rivington Kendrick 1997-98 Stacey Allen 1993-96 Total Offensive Yards Player Corey Russell Bo Cordell Tony Colston Caleb Slover Eric Claridy Chip Walker Carson Bradley Andy Smith Aaron Claridy Ed Curry

A�. 657 549 472 471 411 328 276 238 234

Years 2005-08 20092002-04 2000-01 1992-95 1991-94 2001-03 1998-99 1999-02 1991-94

Yds. 11315 8035 6964 5135 3836 3107 3054 3047 2641 2313

Total Offensive A�empts Player Years Corey Russell 2005-08 Bo Cordell 2009Tony Colston 2002-04 Caleb Slover 2000-01 Eric Claridy 1992-95 Andy Smith 1998-99 Chip Walker 1991-94 Ed Curry 1991-94

A�. 1853 1233 1072 930 765 679 601 466

Punts Player John Gregory Mike Carter Paul Czerniak Chad Busch Brice Stefanick Aus�n Hunter Cory Newton Chip Walker Mike McLean Shannon Newton

Years 2006-09 1997-99 2000-01 1995-96 2001-03 2002-05 2002-04 1991-93 1999 1993-94

No. 219 125 114 106 91 76 75 66 65 45

Pun�ng Yards Player John Gregory Paul Czerniak Mike Carter Chad Busch Brice Stefanick Cory Newton Aus�n Hunter Mike McLean Chip Walker Shannon Newton

Years 2006-09 2000-01 1997-99 1995-96 2001-03 2002-04 2002-05 1999 1991-93 1993-94

Yds. 9120 4568 4424 4069 3346 3077 2923 2550 2193 1536

Pun�ng Average (min. 50 a�.) Player Years John Gregory 2006-09 Cory Newton 2002-04 Paul Czerniak 2000-01 Mike McLean 1999 Aus�n Hunter 2002-05 Chad Busch 1995-96 Brice Stefanick 2001-03 Mike Carter 1997-98 Chip Walker 1991-93

No. 219 75 114 65 76 106 91 125 66

Yds. 9120 3077 4568 2550 2923 4069 3346 4424 2193

Avg. 41.64 41.03 40.07 39.23 38.46 38.39 36.77 35.39 33.23

Punt Returns Player Donald Amaker Ryan Tallent Octavius Love Alan Slaughter Kevin Washington Chad Wallace Ricardo Colclough Mike Carter Taj Lewis Marvin Kelly Rashaad Carter

Years 2000-03 2006-09 2004-07 1997-00 1992-95 1992-95 2002-03 1997-98 1999-00 2000-03 2008-

No. 70 40 37 35 29 25 24 21 20 19 19

Punt Return Yards Player Donald Amaker Octavius Love Ricardo Colclough Marvin Kelly Ryan Tallent Alan Slaughter Eddie Jackson Chad Wallace Mike Carter Kevin Washington

Years 2000-03 2004-07 2002-03 2000-03 2006-09 1997-00 1999 1992-95 1997-98 1992-95

Yds. 823 448 345 322 295 257 231 212 211 210

Punt Return Average (min. 20 ret.) Player Years Ricardo Colclough 2002-03 Octavius Love 2004-07 Donald Amaker 2000-03 Mike Carter 1996-99 Chad Wallace 1992-95 Ryan Tallent 2006-09 Alan Slaughter 1997-00 Taj Lewis 1999-00 Kevin Washington 1992-95

Avg. 14.38 12.11 11.76 10.00 8.52 7.38 7.34 7.25 7.24

Kickoff Returns Player Jermaine Mack Ryan Tallent Horace Mack Marcus Foster Donald Amaker Deonte’ Gist Alan Slaughter Shaun Wright Eddie Jackson

Years 1994-97 2006-09 1993-96 20072000-03 20081997-00 1996-97 1999

No. 63 47 45 45 44 40 35 33 28

Kickoff Return Yards Player Jermaine Mack Marcus Foster Donald Amaker Ryan Tallent Deonte’ Gist Horace Mack Larry Cosby Ricardo Colclough Shaun Wright Eddie Jackson

Years 1994-97 20072000-03 2006-09 20081993-96 1991-93 2002-03 1996-97 1999

Yds. 1270 1044 1036 986 975 837 741 659 652 535

Kickoff Return Average (min. 20 ret.) Player Years Ricardo Colclough 2002-03 Larry Cosby 1991-93 Deonte’ Gist 2008Donald Amaker 2000-03 Marcus Foster 2007Marvin Kelly 2000-03 Ryan Tallent 2006-09 Jermaine Mack 1994-97 Shaun Wright 1996-97 Eddie Jackson 1999 Points Scored Player Eric Claridy Gareth Rowlands Aaron Claridy Calvin Bri� Paul Czerniak Corey Russell Jamichael Caldwell Ryan Tallent Glen Black Chip Walker

Years 1992-95 2007-10 1999-02 2007-10 2000-01 2005-08 2004-07 2006-09 2003-06 1991-94

Avg. 28.65 27.44 24.38 23.55 23.20 22.43 20.98 20.16 19.76 19.11

Pts. 278 270 168 158 142 126 114 114 111 110

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER LEADERS Touchdowns Player Eric Claridy Aaron Claridy Calvin Bri� Corey Russell Jamichael Caldwell Ryan Tallent Birdie Dockery Chip Walker Ed Curry Kevin Wolco� Rashaad Carter

Years 1992-95 1999-02 2007-10 2005-08 2004-07 2006-09 1997-98 1991-94 1991-94 2000-03 2008-

TD 45 28 26 21 19 19 18 17 17 15 15

Kick Scoring Player Gareth Rowlands Paul Czerniak Glen Black Brice Stefanick Jack Whi�enburg Mike Carter Tony Cuseo

Years 2007-10 2000-01 2004-06 2001-03 1993-94 1996-99 1998

Pts. 270 142 111 92 91 61 40

Field Goals Player Gareth Rowlands Paul Czerniak Glen Black Mike Carter Brice Stefanick Jack Whi�enburg Tony Cuseo Jus�n Higgins Ben Arndt

Years 2007-10 2000-01 2004-06 1996-99 2001-03 1993-94 1998 2004-07 2001-02

FG 45 27 14 11 10 9 6 5 3

Field Goal A�empts Player Gareth Rowlands Paul Czerniak Mike Carter Glen Black Brice Stefanick Jack Whi�enburg Jus�n Higgins

Years 2007-10 2000-01 1996-99 2004-06 2001-03 1993-94 2004-07

FGA 67 41 27 26 23 18 13

Field Goal Percentage (min. 10 a�.) Player Years Gareth Rowlands 2007-10 Paul Czerniak 2000-01 Glen Black 2004-06 Jack Whi�enburg 1993-94 Brice Stefanick 2001-03 Mike Carter 1996-99 Jus�n Higgins 2004-07

Extra Point Percentage (min. of 20 a�.) Player Years Pct. (PAT-ATT) Brice Stefanick 2001-03 .939 (62-66) Paul Czerniak 2000-01 .938 (61-65) Mike McLean 1999 .920 (23-25) Jus�n Higgins 2005-07 .909 (30-33) Glen Black 2004-06 .896 (69-77) Gareth Rowlands 2007-10 .894 (135-151) Jack Whi�enburg 1993-94 .853 (64-75) Tony Cuseo 1998 .846 (22-26) Mike Carter 1996-99 .737 (28-38) Intercep�ons Player Ricardo Colclough Jermaine Mack Kevin Washington Rashaun Strickland David Hoffer Craig Pritche� Jeremy Thompson Greg Rush Rashaun Strickland Tim Chester Octavius Love Tagon Richard

Years 2007-10 2004-06 1993-94 2001-03 2000-01 2004-07 1996-99 2003-04 1999 1998

PAT 135 69 64 62 61 30 28 23 23 22

Extra Point A�empts Player Gareth Rowlands Glen Black Jack Whi�enburg Brice Stefanick Paul Czerniak Mike Carter Jus�n Higgins Tony Cuseo Mike McLean Dylan Mason

Years 2007-10 2004-06 1993-94 2001-03 2000-01 1996-99 2004-07 1998 2009 2003-04

PAT 151 77 75 66 65 38 33 26 25 24

Years 1991-94 1996-99 1993-96 1999-03 2000-03 2005-08 2000-04 1998-01 1997-00 2005-08

TOT 340 327 310 308 277 277 245 224 222 209

Fumbles Forced Player Tracy Branner D.J. Starling Jus�n Sco� Rodney Peebles Craig Pritche� Jarvis Li�lejohn Kenneth Ross Chris Hughes Trey Massey Ma� Brown Rashaun Strickland

Years 1997-00 1999-03 2005-08 2003-06 2000-03 2005-08 1993-96 1993-96 1996-99 1992-95 1998-01

FF 11 9 8 7 5 5 4 4 3 3 3

Fumbles Recovered Player Jus�n Sco� Ryan Cuthbert Jus�n Runyan D.J. Starling Craig Pritche� Stanley Grimsley Jacques Sesssions Marc Boyd David Hoffer Rashaun Strickland

Years 2005-08 1999-00 1993-96 1999-03 2000-03 1992-96 1991-94 1992-93 1991-93 1998-01

FR 7 6 5 5 5 3 3 3 3 3

Passes Defended Player Ricardo Colclough Greg Rush Rashaun Strickland Jermaine Mack Jeremy Thompson Quintel Perkins Kevin Washington Kenneth Ross Jus�n Runyan

Years 2002-03 1999-02 1998-01 1994-97 2005-08 1995-98 1992-95 1993-96 1993-96

PD 37 35 31 25 22 19 18 16 16

Years 2002-03 1994-97 1993-95 1998-01 1992-93 2000-03 2005-08 1999-02 2000-01 2004-05 2004-07 2005-08

INT 15 11 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5

Tackles For Loss Player Jus�n Sco� Daris Robinson Tracy Branner Adrian Samples Craig Pritche� Shawn Harris D.J. Starling Terrence Smith Rynel Butler Jacques Sessions Aaron Van Tilburg

Years 2005-08 2001-04 1997-00 2004-07 2000-03 2002-05 1999-03 20082005-08 1991-94 1996-99

TFL 51 48 44 43 39 35 30 30 25 24 24

Intercep�on Return Yards Player Years Jermaine Mack 1994-97 Ricardo Colclough 2002-03 Rashaun Strickland 1998-01 Ra’Shun Judge 2004 Kevin Washington 1993-95 Antyone Sims 2002-03 D.J. Starling 1999-03 Rashaun Strickland 2000-01 Daris Robinson 2000-04 David Hoffer 1992-93

Yds. 175 138 135 106 100 84 80 76 76 73

Sacks Player Tracy Branner Daris Robinson Kip Smith Shawn Harris Adrian Samples Jacques Sessions Walter Johnson Jus�n Sco� Rob Defoor Rynel Butler

Years 1997-00 2001-04 1991-94 2002-05 2004-07 1991-94 1999-03 2005-08 1992-95 2005-08

No. 24 19 18 17 17 13 13 12 12 11

Pct. (FG-A) .672 (45-67) .659 (27-41) .538 (14-26) .500 (9-18) .435 (10-23) .407 (11-27) .385 (5-13)

Extra Points Player Gareth Rowlands Glen Black Jack Whi�enburg Brice Stefanick Paul Czerniak Jus�n Higgins Mike Carter Dylan Mason Mike McLean Tony Cuseo

Tackles Player Jacques Sessions Buck Starnes Kenneth Ross D.J. Starling Craig Pritche� Jus�n Sco� Daris Robinson Rashaun Strickland Alan Slaughter Jarvis Li�lejohn

FOOTBALL MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS Year 1991 1992 1993

Calvin Bri� 2010 Tusculum Co-MVP

Bo Cordell 2010 Tusculum Co-MVP

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1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

(since 1991) MVP Larry Cosby Jacques Session Eric Claridy Chip Walker Eric Claridy Eric Claridy Stacey Allen Birdie Dockery Rivington Kendrick Brian Ferguson Alan Slaughter Caleb Slover Aaron Claridy Ricardo Colclough Ma� Riggs Shawn Harris Travis Oliver Jeremy Thompson Corey Russell Jarrell NeSmith Bo Cordell Calvin Bri�


TEAM GAME BESTS Points Scored Pts. Opponent 103 Carson-Newman 80 Union (Ky.) 74 Union (Ky.) 69 Saint Paul’s 66 at Sue Benne� 65 Morehouse 63 Maryville 61 Biltmore 60 Murphy College 58 Lenoir-Rhyne 58 at Charleston Southern Points Allowed Pts. Opponent 90 King 77 at Carson-Newman 70 Georgetown 70 at Carson-Newman 69 at West Georgia 67 at Appalachian State 67 Lambuth 64 at Cumberland (Tenn.) 63 Bingham (Mass.) 63 at Carson-Newman Points in a Quarter Pts. Opponent 33 Union (Ky.) 28 Maryville 28 at Wingate 28 Morehouse 28 Wingate 28 Saint Paul’s

Date 10/11/19 11/13/93 11/11/22 9/15/07 10/1/94 9/13/03 11/5/94 11/18/31 11/25/22 11/9/02 9/27/03 Date 10/14/22 10/14/00 11/2/91 11/7/09 10/5/96 11/5/38 10/16/93 11/2/96 1904 11/10/07 Date 11/13/93 11/5/94 10/5/02 9/13/03 10/4/03 9/15/07

Points Allowed in a Quarter Pts. Opponent Date 35 at Gardner-Webb 11/1/97 32 Lambuth 10/16/93 30 at Wingate 10/25/97 28 at Concord 9/27/97 28 at Carson-Newman 10/14/00 Touchdowns TD Opponent Date 12 Union (Ky.) 11/13/93 9 at Sue Benne� 10/1/94 9 Maryville 11/5/94 9 Morehouse 9/13/03 9 Saint Paul’s 9/15/07 8 Lenoir-Rhyne 11/9/02 8 at Charleston Southern 9/27/03 8 Wingate 10/4/03 7 Several Times Rushing A�empts A�. Opponent 75 Campbellsville 71 at Clinch Valley 70 Cumberland (Ky.) 69 Evansville 69 Union (Ky.)

Date 9/24/94 9/11/93 10/10/92 10/19/91 11/16/91

Rushing Yards Yds. Opponent 530 Union (Ky.) 520 Maryville 435 at Sue Benne� 422 Cumberland (Ky.) 410 Georgetown (Ky.)

Date 11/13/93 11/5/94 10/1/94 10/10/92 10/29/94

Rushing Touchdowns TD Opponent 10 Union (Ky.) 9 Maryville 6 at Sue Benne� 6 Cumberland (Tenn.) 6 at North Greenville 6 Cumberland (Tenn.)

Date 11/13/93 11/5/94 10/1/94 10/8/94 9/16/95 11/2/96

Pass A�empts A�. Opponent 70 Newberry 68 at Carson-Newman 66 at Charleston (W.Va.) 66 at Mars Hill 63 at Findlay 63 at Lenoir-Rhyne 61 at Presbyterian 60 Presbyterian 58 at Carson-Newman 56 at Carson-Newman 56 North Alabama

Date 10/9/10 10/16/04 8/29/09 10/2/10 9/4/10 10/23/10 11/3/01 11/4/00 11/7/09 10/26/02 9/4/04

Pass Comple�ons Cmp. Opponent 44 at Mars Hill 44 Newberry 43 at North Dakota St. 43 at Lenoir-Rhyne 40 at Carson-Newman 39 Catawba 38 Brevard 37 at Presbyterian 37 at Carson-Newman 37 at Charleston (W.Va.) 37 at Carson-Newman 37 Urbana

Date 10/2/10 10/9/10 8/30/03 10/23/10 10/26/02 10/23/04 10/30/10 10/11/03 10/16/04 8/29/09 11/7/09 9/18/10

Passing Yards Yds. Opponent 524 at Carson-Newman 511 at Mars Hill 510 at Catawba 499 at Urbana 482 at Presbyterian 442 at Charleston (W.Va.) 437 at Lenoir-Rhyne 431 Newberry 429 at Findlay 427 at Carson-Newman

Date 11/7/09 10/2/10 11/6/10 9/19/09 10/4/03 8/29/09 10/23/10 10/9/10 9/4/10 10/26/02

Passing Percentage (min. 10 comp.) Pct. (com/a�) Opponent Date .796 (34-49) Catawba 10/23/04 .782 (43-55) at North Dakota St. 8/30/03 .757 (28-37) at Catawba 11/1/03 .755 (37-49) at Presbyterian 10/11/03 .750 (24-32) at Winston-Salem St. 9/11/04 .744 (32-43) at Catawba 11/6/10 .732 (30-41) Wingate 9/24/09 .725 (29-40) Morehouse 9/13/03 .721 (31-43) Charleston (W.Va.) 8/28/10 .718 (28-39) Urbana 9/18/10 Passing Touchdowns TD Opponent Date 7 Brevard 10/30/10 5 Lenoir-Rhyne 11/9/02 5 at Winston-Salem State 9/11/04 5 Saint Paul’s 9/15/07 5 Urbana 9/18/10 5 at Mars Hill 10/2/10 4 Several Times Times Intercepted INT Opponent 5 at Wingate 4 Arkansas-Mon�cello 4 at Lenoir-Rhyne 4 at Liberty 3 Several Times

Date 9/25/04 9/2/00 9/29/01 9/1/07

Plays No. Opponent 105 Newberry 96 at Findlay 94 Presbyterian 93 at Brevard 92 Evansville 90 at Newberry 90 Elizabeth City State 89 at Mars Hill 87 Mars Hill 87 Catawba

Date 10/9/10 9/4/10 11/4/00 10/13/07 10/19/91 10/19/02 9/13/08 10/2/10 11/15/03 10/17/09

Total Offensive Yards Yds. Opponent 731 Union (Ky.) 638 at Catawba 622 at Sue Benne� 618 at Brevard 597 Elizabeth City State 578 at Presbyterian 577 at Mars Hill 572 Newberry 571 Millsaps 562 Clinch Valley

Date 11/13/93 11/6/10 10/1/94 10/13/07 9/13/08 10/11/03 10/2/10 10/18/03 10/18/97 9/10/94

All-Purpose Yards Yds. Opponent Date 869 at Carson-Newman 11/7/09 814 Newberry 10/9/10 778 at Catawba 11/6/10 756 Morehouse 9/13/03 746 Lenoir-Rhyne 11/9/02 741 at Mars Hill 10/2/10 738 at Carson-Newman 10/26/02 732 at Charleston Southern 9/27/03 720 at Presbyterian 10/11/03 681 Jacksonville (Fla.) 11/13/99

All-Purpose A�empts No. Opponent 94 Newberry 84 at Presbyterian 82 Wingate 82 at Newberry 82 Newberry 80 Catawba 78 Catawba 77 at Mars Hill 76 Presbyterian 75 Jacksonville (Fla.) First Downs No. Opponent 34 Newberry 33 at Brevard 31 at Mars Hill 30 Elizabeth City State 29 at Carson-Newman 29 at Charleston (W.Va.) 28 at Findlay 28 Carson-Newman 27 Several Times

Date 10/9/10 10/11/03 9/24/09 10/19/02 10/18/03 10/23/04 10/17/09 10/2/10 11/4/00 11/13/99 Date 10/9/10 10/13/07 10/2/10 9/13/08 10/26/02 8/25/07 9/4/10 11/13/10

Fumbles Lost No. Opponent 5 at Clinch Valley 4 Clinch Valley 4 at Evansville 4 Lambuth 4 at Mississippi College 4 Maryville 4 at Aus�n Peay 4 at Morehead State

Date 9/9/95 9/5/92 10/17/92 10/7/95 9/13/97 11/8/97 11/7/98 8/30/01

Turnovers No. Opponent 7 Lenoir-Rhyne 6 at Clinch Valley 6 Lambuth 6 Jacksonville (Fla.) 6 Arkansas Mon�cello 6 at Wingate

Date 10/3/09 9/9/95 10/7/95 11/13/99 9/2/00 9/25/04

Punts No. Opponent 11 at Catawba 11 at Mars Hill 10 Catawba 10 at North Dakota St. 10 at North Alabama 10 at Wingate 10 at Mars Hill 10 at Liberty 9 Several Times Pun�ng Yards Yds. Opponent 424 at Wingate 418 at Mars Hill 402 at California (Pa.) 371 at North Dakota St. 369 at Mars Hill 358 Catawba 355 at Catawba 351 Cumberland (Ky.)

Date 9/6/97 11/16/02 9/28/96 8/30/03 9/3/05 9/30/06 11/4/06 9/1/07

Date 9/30/06 11/4/06 10/5/96 8/30/03 11/16/02 9/28/96 9/6/97 9/23/95

Pun�ng Average (min. 3 a�.) Avg. Opponent Date 50.3 at Concord 8/28/04 50.2 Arkansas-Mon�cello 9/2/00 47.0 at Elizabeth City St. 9/12/09 47.0 at Charleston Southern 9/27/03 46.4 at Newberry 10/24/09 46.0 at Gardner-Webb 9/6/08 Punt Returns No. Opponent 7 Wingate 6 at Cumberland (Ky.) 6 Cumberland (Tenn.) 6 at California (Pa.) 6 at Morehead State 6 Wingate 6 at Lenoir-Rhyne 6 Wingate 6 Urbana 5 Several Times

Date 9/24/05 10/9/93 11/4/95 9/5/96 8/30/01 9/22/01 9/29/01 10/4/03 9/18/10

Punt Return Yards Yds. Opponent Date 141 at Charleston Southern 9/27/03 132 Wingate 9/24/05 117 North Greenville 8/29/02 117 Newberry 10/8/05 104 at Wingate 10/5/02 103 S�llman 9/15/01 103 at Lenoir-Rhyne 9/29/01 96 at Tennessee-Mar�n 9/5/02 82 Newberry 10/16/99 77 Wingate 10/4/03

Kickoff Returns No. Opponent 11 Lambuth 11 at Carson-Newman 10 at Georgetown (Ky.) 10 at West Georgia 10 at Carson-Newman 10 at Carson-Newman 10 Newberry 9 at Concord

Date 10/16/94 11/7/09 11/2/91 10/5/96 10/14/00 11/10/07 10/9/10 9/27/97

Kickoff Return Yards Yds. Opponent 372 at Carson-Newman 211 Lambuth 199 Newberry 197 at Elizabeth City St. 193 at Carson-Newman 189 Morehouse 188 at Carson-Newman 183 at Carson-Newman 181 Jacksonville (Fla.) 179 at Presbyterian

Date 11/7/09 10/16/96 10/9/10 9/12/09 11/10/07 9/13/03 10/26/02 10/14/00 11/13/99 11/3/01

Time of Possession Time Opponent 40:02 Cumberland (Ky.) 37:55 at Cumberland (Ky.) 37:28 Newberry 36:28 at Morehouse 36:23 Evansville 35:34 at Newberry

Date 10/10/92 10/9/93 10/18/03 9/14/02 10/19/91 10/19/02

Extra Points PAT Opponent Date 9 at Sue Benne� 10/1/94 9 Maryville 11/5/94 8 Union (Ky.) 11/13/93 8 Morehouse 9/13/03 8 at Charleston Southern 9/27/03 7 Millsaps 10/18/97 7 S�llman 9/15/01 7 at Wingate 10/5/02 7 Lenoir-Rhyne 11/9/02 Extra Point A�empts A�. Opponent 11 Union (Ky.) 10 Saint Paul’s 9 at Sue Benne� 9 Maryville 9 Morehouse 8 Lenoir-Rhyne 7 Millsaps 7 at Newberry 7 S�llman 7 at Wingate 7 Brevard

Date 11/13/93 9/15/07 10/1/94 11/5/94 9/13/03 11/9/02 10/18/97 10/28/00 9/15/01 10/5/02 10/30/10

Field Goals FG Opponent 4 at Livingstone 4 at Gardner-Webb 4 at Catawba 3 at Wingate 3 North Greenville 3 at Elizabeth City St. 3 at Brevard 3 at Findlay

Date 9/9/00 9/6/08 11/6/10 9/23/00 8/29/02 9/12/09 10/10/09 9/4/10

Field Goal A�empts FGA Opponent 5 at Livingstone 5 at Jacksonville (Fla.) 5 at Wingate 5 at Gardner-Webb 5 at Findlay

Date 9/9/00 9/16/00 9/23/00 9/6/08 9/4/10

Tackles No. Opponent 123 at Cumberland (Tenn.) 119 Lenoir-Rhyne 117 at Union (Ky.) 112 Brevard 111 at Lambuth 109 Cumberland (Tenn.) 106 Carson-Newman 106 at Tennessee-Mar�n 106 Lenoir-Rhyne 105 at Wingate

Date 9/18/93 9/30/00 10/14/95 10/11/08 10/15/94 11/2/96 10/13/01 9/5/02 11/9/02 10/23/99

Tackles For Loss TFL Opponent 21 Urbana 20 at Mars Hill 19 Lenoir-Rhyne 19 Saint Paul’s 19 Mars Hill 15 at Jacksonville (Fla.) 15 Catawba 15 at Findlay 14 Mars Hill 14 at Newberry

Date 9/18/10 11/6/04 10/30/04 9/15/07 11/3/07 9/16/00 11/2/02 9/4/10 11/10/01 10/19/02

Sacks No. Opponent Date 12 Morehouse 9/13/03 12 at Charleston Southern 9/27/03 12 at Findlay 9/4/10 11 Lenoir-Rhyne 10/30/04 11 at Urbana 9/19/09 9 Tennessee Wesleyan 10/2/93 9 at Winston-Salem State 9/11/04 8 at Wingate 9/23/00 8 at Morehead State 8/30/01 7 Several Times Intercep�ons INT Opponent 6 Cumberland (Ky.) 5 Union (Ky.) 5 at North Greenville 5 Mars Hill 4 Lenoir-Rhyne 3 Several Times

Date 9/23/95 11/13/93 9/16/95 11/15/03 11/9/02

Intercep�on Return Yards Yds. Opponent Date 126 Lenoir-Rhyne 10/30/04 99 Wingate 9/22/01 90 Campbellsville 9/25/93 86 Cumberland (Ky.) 9/23/95 86 Morehouse 9/13/03 75 at Charleston Southern 9/27/03 68 Tennessee Wesleyan 10/2/93 64 at Newberry 10/28/00 62 Lenoir-Rhyne 11/9/02 58 at Lenoir-Rhyne 9/18/99 58 Newberry 10/9/10 Fumbles Recovered FR Opponent Date 5 at Charleston Southern 9/27/03 5 Brevard 10/11/08 4 at Mississippi College 9/13/97 4 Livingstone 9/2/99 4 West Virginia Tech 8/26/00 3 Several Times Fumble Return Yards Yds. Opponent 150 at Western Carolina 86 Carson-Newman 75 at North Alabama 74 Carson-Newman 35 Newberry

Date 9/11/10 11/8/08 9/3/05 10/25/03 10/16/99

Passes Defended PD Opponent 14 at Presbyterian 12 West Virginia Tech 12 at Elon 11 Union (Ky.) 11 Wingate 11 Mars Hill 10 at Wingate 10 at Newberry

Date 10/11/03 9/21/96 9/6/03 11/13/93 9/22/01 11/15/03 10/5/02 10/19/02

Penal�es No. Opponent 17 at Elon 16 Cumberland (Ky.) 16 S�llman 16 Urbana 15 at Catawba 15 at Clinch Valley 15 at Tennessee-Mar�n 15 at Newberry 15 Newberry

Date 9/6/03 9/23/95 9/15/01 9/18/10 10/6/01 11/14/98 9/5/02 10/19/02 10/25/08

Penalty Yards Yds. Opponent Date 169 Urbana 9/18/10 161 Newberry 10/18/03 143 North Greenville 8/29/02 140 at Charleston Southern 9/20/97 139 at Catawba 9/12/98 137 S�llman 9/15/01 135 at Clinch Valley 11/14/98

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TEAM SEASON BESTS Wins W Year 9 ........................................ 2003 9 ........................................ 2008 8 ........................................ 2001 7 ........................................ 2000 7 ........................................ 2002 6 ........................................ 1926 6 ........................................ 1931 6 ........................................ 1994 6 ........................................ 2004 6 ........................................ 2006 6 ........................................ 2007 6 ........................................ 2010 Losses L Year 10 1991 9 ........................................ 1997 9 ........................................ 1999 8 ........................................ 1938 8 ........................................ 1947 7 ........................................ 1936 7 ........................................ 1940 7 ........................................ 1946 7 ........................................ 1948 7 ........................................ 2009 Ties T Year 3 ........................................ 1937 2 ........................................ 1927 2 ........................................ 1928 2 ........................................ 1929 2 ........................................ 1933 Points Pts. Year 452 .................................... 2008 439 .................................... 2010 384 .................................... 2003 324 .................................... 1994 323 .................................... 2001 321 .................................... 2002 306 .................................... 2007 294 .................................... 2009 268 .................................... 2004 257 .................................... 2000 Touchdowns TD Year 62 ...................................... 2008 54 ...................................... 2010 53 ...................................... 2003 45 ...................................... 1994 42 ...................................... 2001 42 ...................................... 2002 41 ...................................... 2007 37 ...................................... 2009 36 ...................................... 2004 29 ...................................... 1999 29 ...................................... 2000 Rushing A�empts A�. Year 565 .................................... 1993 561 .................................... 1992 529 .................................... 1991 522 .................................... 1994 519 .................................... 1998 409 .................................... 1999 396 .................................... 2007 394 .................................... 2008 357 .................................... 2006 347 .................................... 2000 Rushing Yards Yds. Year 3467 .................................. 1994 2863 .................................. 1993 2777 .................................. 1996 2553 .................................. 1992 2406 .................................. 1997 1609 .................................. 2008 1534 .................................. 2007 1411 .................................. 1999 1212 .................................. 2006 1199 .................................. 2003 Rushing Touchdowns TD Year 37 ...................................... 1994 32 ...................................... 1993 23 ...................................... 2008 22 ...................................... 1992 22 ...................................... 1997 20 ...................................... 2001 18 ...................................... 2003 14 ...................................... 2002 12 ...................................... 1999 12 ...................................... 2004 Pass A�empts A�. Year 608 .................................... 2010 523 .................................... 2008 481 .................................... 2003 458 .................................... 2002 458 .................................... 2009 452 .................................... 2007 431 .................................... 2001 430 .................................... 2004 413 .................................... 2000 347 .................................... 1999

Pass Comple�ons Cmp. Year 395 .................................... 2010 325 .................................... 2003 309 .................................... 2008 285 .................................... 2009 275 .................................... 2002 256 .................................... 2001 255 .................................... 2004 237 .................................... 2007 229 .................................... 2000 178 .................................... 1999

Field Goal A�empts FGA Year 29 ...................................... 2000 26 ...................................... 2010 18 ...................................... 2002 18 ...................................... 2007 18 ...................................... 2008 16 ...................................... 2009 15 ...................................... 2001 12 ...................................... 2003 11 ...................................... 2005 11 ...................................... 2006

Kickoff Returns No. Year 65 ...................................... 1997 64 ...................................... 2010 63 ...................................... 2009 54 ...................................... 1999 51 ...................................... 1996 50 ...................................... 1991 48 ...................................... 2008 42 ...................................... 2007 36 ...................................... 2000 36 ...................................... 2005

Passing Yards Yds. Year 4673 .................................. 2010 4179 .................................. 2008 3721 .................................. 2003 3588 .................................. 2009 3170 .................................. 2002 3062 .................................. 2007 2906 .................................. 2004 2817 .................................. 2001 2473 .................................. 2000 2039 .................................. 1999

Extra Points PAT Year 51 ...................................... 2008 48 ...................................... 2003 48 ...................................... 2010 41 ...................................... 2001 38 ...................................... 2002 34 ...................................... 1994 34 ...................................... 2007 32 ...................................... 2004 30 ...................................... 2009 24 ...................................... 2000

Kickoff Return Yardage Yds. Year 1439 .................................. 2009 1160 .................................. 2010 1016 .................................. 1999 998 .................................... 1997 904 .................................... 1996 891 .................................... 2008 868 .................................... 2001 852 .................................... 2007 780 .................................... 2003 745 .................................... 2002

Comple�on Percentage Pct. Year .676 ................................... 2003 .650 ................................... 2010 .622 ................................... 2009 .600 ................................... 2002 .594 ................................... 2001 .593 ................................... 2004 .591 ................................... 2008 .555 ................................... 1998 .554 ................................... 2000 .542 ................................... 2005

Extra Point A�empts A�. Year 61 ...................................... 2008 51 ...................................... 2003 49 ...................................... 2010 42 ...................................... 2001 42 ...................................... 2002 41 ...................................... 2007 35 ...................................... 2004 31 ...................................... 2009 27 ...................................... 1999 27 ...................................... 2000

Kickoff Return Average Avg. Year 25.53 ................................. 2001 23.28 ................................. 2002 22.94 ................................. 2003 22.84 ................................. 2009 20.29 ................................. 2007 18.81 ................................. 1999 18.61 ................................. 2005 18.56 ................................. 2008 18.12 ................................. 2010 17.36 ................................. 2000

Intercep�ons Thrown By INT Year 21 ...................................... 2004 20 ...................................... 2007 17 ...................................... 1999 17 ...................................... 2009 15 ...................................... 2008 13 ...................................... 2000 13 ...................................... 2001 12 ...................................... 2006 12 ...................................... 2010 11 ...................................... 2003

Punt Returns No. Year 40 ...................................... 2001 36 ...................................... 2003 35 ...................................... 2002 32 ...................................... 1998 31 ...................................... 2000 28 ...................................... 1999 27 ...................................... 2006 26 ...................................... 2010 25 ...................................... 2007 23 ...................................... 2004 23 ...................................... 2005

Total Plays No. Year 917 .................................... 2008 875 .................................... 2010 848 .................................... 2007 819 .................................... 2003 800 .................................... 2002 760 .................................... 2000 756 .................................... 1999 755 .................................... 1998 713 .................................... 2001 712 .................................... 1997

Passing Touchdowns TD Year 38 ...................................... 2010 37 ...................................... 2008 29 ...................................... 2007 28 ...................................... 2003 24 ...................................... 2009 21 ...................................... 2002 19 ...................................... 2000 18 ...................................... 2004 17 ...................................... 2001 17 ...................................... 2006 Punts No. Year 77 ...................................... 2005 71 ...................................... 1991 71 ...................................... 2006 68 ...................................... 1997 67 ...................................... 1998 66 ...................................... 1999 66 ...................................... 2000 62 ...................................... 2004 59 ...................................... 2002 58 ...................................... 2003 Pun�ng Yards Yds. Year 2965 .................................. 2005 2899 .................................. 2006 2575 .................................. 2000 2571 .................................. 1999 2567 .................................. 2004 2220 .................................. 2007 2220 .................................. 2008 2105 .................................. 2003 2102 .................................. 2002 2079 .................................. 2001

Punt Return Yardage Yds. Year 575 .................................... 2002 500 .................................... 2001 388 .................................... 2003 347 .................................... 2005 321 .................................... 1999 263 .................................... 2000 198 .................................... 2010 172 .................................... 2004 166 .................................... 2009 154 .................................... 2006 Punt Return Average Avg. Year 16.43 ................................. 2002 15.09 ................................. 2005 12.50 ................................. 2001 11.86 ................................. 2009 11.46 ................................. 1999 10.78 ................................. 2003 8.48 ................................... 2000 8.36 ................................... 2008 7.62 ................................... 2010 7.48 ................................... 2004

Total Offensive Yards Yds. Year 5788 .................................. 2008 5331 .................................. 2010 4920 .................................. 2003 4596 .................................. 2007 4547 .................................. 2002 4229 .................................. 1994 3917 .................................. 2009 3845 .................................. 1993 3835 .................................. 2001 3755 .................................. 2004 First Downs No. Year 298 .................................... 2008 276 .................................... 2010 248 .................................... 2003 247 .................................... 2007 225 .................................... 2002 216 .................................... 1997 185 .................................... 1998 181 .................................... 1999 179 .................................... 1994 164 .................................... 1993

Penal�es No. Year 117 .................................... 2002 114 .................................... 2003 103 .................................... 2001 102 .................................... 2006 101 .................................... 2000 95 ...................................... 1998 83 ...................................... 1997 80 ...................................... 1999 Penalty Yards Yds. Year 1083 .................................. 2002 1068 .................................. 2003 874 .................................... 2001 861 .................................... 2008 855 .................................... 2000 843 .................................... 1998 762 .................................... 1997 716 .................................... 1999 Tackles No. Year 1247 .................................. 1997 1090 .................................. 2008 1041 .................................. 1996 986 .................................... 1998 979 .................................... 1992 977 .................................... 2002 911 .................................... 1999 881 .................................... 2007 878 .................................... 2010 843 .................................... 2009 Tackles For Loss TFL Year 129 .................................... 2002 122 .................................... 2003 121 .................................... 2008 117 .................................... 2004 115 .................................... 2006 115 .................................... 2007 114 .................................... 2010 91 ...................................... 2005 87 ...................................... 2000 83 ...................................... 2001 Sacks No. Year 52 ...................................... 2003 47 ...................................... 1999 42 ...................................... 1991 41 ...................................... 2004 41 ...................................... 2007 39 ...................................... 2008 36 ...................................... 2010 35 ...................................... 2001 33 ...................................... 2002 30 ...................................... 2006 Intercep�ons INT Year 23 ...................................... 2003 18 ...................................... 1995 16 ...................................... 1993 16 ...................................... 2000 16 ...................................... 2002 14 ...................................... 2004 14 ...................................... 2007 11 ...................................... 2005 11 ...................................... 2008 9 ........................................ 2009

Intercep�on Return Yards Yds. Year 315 .................................... 2003 231 .................................... 2004 218 .................................... 1993 201 .................................... 2002 170 .................................... 1995 170 .................................... 2000 126 .................................... 2001 97 ...................................... 2005 90 ...................................... 2007 90 ...................................... 2010 Passes Defended No. Year 66 ...................................... 2003 56 ...................................... 2002 48 ...................................... 2007 47 ...................................... 2000 45 ...................................... 1999 42 ...................................... 1998 39 ...................................... 1996 37 ...................................... 1994 37 ...................................... 1995 34 ...................................... 1993 Fumbles Recovered No. Year 19 ...................................... 2008 18 ...................................... 1998 15 ...................................... 1997 15 ...................................... 2000 15 ...................................... 2002 15 ...................................... 2007 14 ...................................... 1992 13 ...................................... 1991 12 ...................................... 1996 11 ...................................... 1993 Fumble Return Yards Yds. Year 194 .................................... 2010 177 .................................... 2008 89 ...................................... 2003 79 ...................................... 2005 49 ...................................... 1999 35 ...................................... 2004 9 ........................................ 2009 7 ........................................ 2001 Turnovers Caused TO Year 36 ...................................... 2003 31 ...................................... 2000 31 ...................................... 2002 29 ...................................... 2007 27 ...................................... 1993 27 ...................................... 1998 27 ...................................... 2004 26 ...................................... 1995 22 ...................................... 1992 22 ...................................... 1996 Blocked Kicks Blk. Year 17 ...................................... 2002 12 ...................................... 2008 9 ........................................ 2004 6 ........................................ 2007 5 ........................................ 1994 5 ........................................ 2005 Average Time of Possession TOP Year 30:54 ................................. 2008 30:40 ................................. 2006 30:20 ................................. 1994 30:10 ................................. 1993 29:39 ................................. 1999

Pun�ng Average Avg. Year 42.69 ................................. 2008 41.40 ................................. 2004 40.83 ................................. 2006 40.76 ................................. 2001 40.04 ................................. 2009 39.64 ................................. 2007 39.02 ................................. 2000 38.95 ................................. 1999 38.51 ................................. 2005 36.29 ................................. 2003 Field Goals FG Year 21 ...................................... 2010 19 ...................................... 2000 12 ...................................... 2009 10 ...................................... 2001 9 ........................................ 2002 9 ........................................ 2008 8 ........................................ 2007 7 ........................................ 2006 4 ........................................ 2003 4 ........................................ 2004

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2008 South Atlan�c Conference Champions NCAA Division II Playoff Par�cipants


ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS DOM DONNELLY Assistant Athletic Director for Media Relations 13th Year • Western Kentucky University, 1989 Dom Donnelly is entering his 13th year the Tusculum College Athle�cs Staff and first as Assistant Athle�c Director for Media Rela�ons. He spent the previous 12 years as Director of Athle�c Media Rela�ons at Tennessee’s oldest college. The Louisville, Ky. na�ve is responsible for all sports informa�on needs of Tusculum’s 14 intercollegiate sports. Donnelly has nearly 20 years of sports informa�on experience at both NCAA Division I and II levels. The Athle�c Media Rela�ons office is in charge of all aspects of publicity for the Tusculum Athle�cs Department. Athle�c Media Rela�ons oversees all department publica�ons, maintains the athle�c web site (TusculumPioneers.com) and helps coordinate staffing for game day opera�ons for home athle�c contests. He joined the Pioneer staff in June 1999 a�er serving one year as Assistant Sports Informa�on Director at Elon University. While at the Elon, N.C. school, Donnelly served as the primary media contact for the Phoenix’ seven women’s sports, while also assis�ng with all 14 NCAA Division I sports offered. From 1997-99, Donnelly oversaw the sports informa�on opera�on at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Prior to that, he served as SID at South Atlan�c Conference member Lenoir-Rhyne University for two seasons. While at L-R, Donnelly also served as media director for the NCHSAA Western Regional Basketball Tournament. Donnelly began his sports informa�on career at Georgia College where he served as Assistant SID and men’s golf coach. While at the Milledgeville, Ga. school, he led the Bobcats to an 88-44 record and finished third in the Peach Belt Conference, the best league finish in the program’s history to that date. He also served as media/tournament director of the NCAA Division II District Tournament in 1992. Donnelly, a Western Kentucky University graduate, has worked several na�onal events including the NCAA II women’s basketball regionals and the 2001 NCAA II Women’s Golf Na�onal Championship. In 2002, he served as media director of the inaugural NCAA II South Regional Women’s Golf Championship, which was hosted by Tusculum. He is a member of the College Sports Informa�on Directors of America (CoSIDA), the Na�onal Collegiate Baseball Writers Associa�on (NCBWA), the Tennessee Sports Writers Associa�on and the Capital One Academic All-America® Selec�on Commi�ee. He is beginning his first year as a na�onal coordinator with the Academic All-America® program. Donnelly served as chairman of the SAC Sports Informa�on Directors Commi�ee from 2005-07. He is in his sixth year as Southeast Region Chair for the Gene Upshaw Award, which recognizes the NCAA Division II Football Lineman of the Year and is chairman of the Tusculum Sports Hall of Fame Commi�ee. Donnelly has served on the regional selec�on commi�ee for the Harlon Hill Trophy, which honors the DII College Football Player of the Year. In 2009, Donnelly was the recipient of the Tusculum Sports Benefactor Award.

JIM MILLER Assistant Athletic Media Relations Director 2nd Year • Penn State University-Harrisburg, 1996 Jim Miller is in his second year as Assistant Director of Athle�c Media Rela�ons at Tusculum College. Miller, a na�ve of Lancaster, Pa., comes to Tusculum a�er a three-year s�nt as the sports informa�on director at Elizabethtown (Pa.) College and brings over 10 years of experience at the Division III level. Miller will assist in all aspects of the promo�on and media rela�ons for the College’s 14 sports and will serve as the primary media contact for men and women’s soccer, women’s basketball, men and women’s tennis and so�ball. A 1996 graduate of Penn State Harrisburg with a bachelor’s degree in communica�ons, Miller interned at the University of Delaware in 1996-97 before serving as the conference sports informa�on director for the Middle Atlan�c Conference from 1997 to 1999. He was the sports informa�on director at Susquehanna (Pa.) University from 2000 to 2007 prior to moving to Elizabethtown. Miller created the MAC’s first Web page in 1998 and helped run the conference’s indoor track & field championships from 2002 through 2010. He also spearheaded a redesign of the Elizabethtown athle�cs web site in 2009, developed social networking pages for the athle�cs program and introduced live online stats for most Elizabethtown home events. Miller is also a member of the College Sports Informa�on Directors of America and he and his wife, Kris�na, reside in Greeneville. The Millers are expec�ng their first child in September, 2011.

Bo Cordell was named the 2010 recipent of the Tennessee Sports Writers Associa�on College Football Player of the Year award. Cordell was honored at the TSWA Awards Luncheon earlier this summer in Nashville. With Cordell are associate head coach Marc Kolb (le�) and head coach Frankie DeBusk.

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TUSCULUM COLLEGE TUSCULUM HISTORY Tusculum College is the oldest college in Tennessee and the 28th oldest in the na�on. In addi�on, Tusculum is the oldest coeduca�onal ins�tu�on affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and an early na�onal pioneer in the admission of women. Tusculum accepted women students early in its history, and it is notable that by the turn of the 20th century more than half of its students were women. The roots of Tusculum College are buried deep in early American fron�er history. In 1794, George Washington was president of a young country and the state of Tennessee was s�ll two years away from becoming a reality. In what is now East Tennessee, Hezekiah Balch and Samuel Doak, Presbyterian ministers educated at the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University), were ministering to the pioneers of what was the southwestern fron�er of the United States. They also desired to meet the educa�onal needs of these Scots-lrish se�lers. Doak and Balch were visionaries ul�mately seeking the same goals through the rival colleges they established. Tusculum College as it now exists descends from two schools. The first, Greeneville College, was chartered in September 1794 by the General Assembly of the Territory of the United States South of the Ohio River, and established by Hezekiah Balch. Samuel Doak and his son Samuel Witherspoon Doak founded the second as Tusculum Academy in 1818. Tusculum Academy operated in a log cabin adjacent to the present site of Tusculum College. When the academy became Tusculum College in 1844, Andrew Johnson, who was to become 17th President of the United States, was one of its trustees. A merger in 1868 formed Greeneville and Tusculum College. In 1908, Greeneville and Tusculum College merged with Washington College, crea�ng Washington and Tusculum College. This union dissolved in 1912, and thus evolved modern-day Tusculum College. The College received formal accredita�on by the Southern Associa�on of Colleges and Schools 15 years later. The College takes its name from the ancient Roman town where the great statesman and educator Cicero had an academy at his villa. Cicero taught what are now called the liberal arts. They actually were cons�tuted by the prac�ces a ci�zen must develop to par�cipate effec�vely in leading his or her community - to play a vital role in civic affairs. TUSCULUM ACADEMICS As a Civic Arts ins�tu�on, Tusculum College prepares students to be effec�ve ci�zens, recognizing that they will need prac�cal wisdom to par�cipate in communi�es and enrich life�me experiences. Tusculum’s academic calendar is different from all but three other colleges in the country. The academic year is divided into two semesters and our students take four 3 1/2 week courses each semester, totaling eight courses for the year. Classes are taught one at a �me, with a four-day break in between. Three 3 1/2 week summer sessions are also offered. This allows our students to complete course requirements for the baccalaureate degree in four calendar years. Our unique Civic Arts program is being used as a model for other colleges and universi�es that seek to promote community, responsibility, and civic development. The Carnegie Founda�on for the Advancement of Teaching has recognized Tusculum as one of about a dozen schools (including Duke University and the University of Notre Dame) with a strong commitment to those ideals. As part of our emphasis on service-learning, we ask students to assess the needs of the community and complete a project to address those needs. Beyond helping key popula�ons, Tusculum students gain valuable experience in solving problems, apprecia�ng differences, and working with others. Tusculum College is a learning community where students and faculty members spend concentrated blocks of �me together exploring important areas of knowledge, developing and refining thinking and communica�on skills, wrestling with the �meless controversial issues that characterize the human condi�on, and applying themselves to the prac�cal solu�on of problems. Whether in the tradi�onal on-campus Bachelor of Arts programs or in the evening Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts programs for working adult-students, Tusculum College’s dis�nc�ve academic calendar lets students concentrate on learning one subject at a �me. It’s a tradi�on grounded in the belief that we best realize the poten�al of each individual when faculty members and students work closely together with the ul�mate aim of enriching the lives of our students and preparing them to contribute posi�vely to their communi�es. For many tradi�onal students, an ini�al reason for choosing Tusculum is our focused calendar, which allows students to take one course at a �me. For others, its our dis�nc�ve programs of study, from specialized areas such as Athle�c Training, Business Administra�on, and Museum Studies to strong arts and sciences areas such as Biology, English, and Psychology. Tusculum is well known throughout East Tennessee for the effec�veness of its Teacher Educa�on programs. Students are well prepared for careers in early childhood and elementary educa�on, in several secondary educa�on subject areas, in K-12 programs in Physical Educa�on and Visual Arts, and in Special Educa�on. But what o�en seals prospec�ve students’ decisions to join Tusculum’s community is the people. Tusculum a�racts topflight professors for the same reason that we a�ract students: small classes with close interac�on between professors and students, the focused calendar which allows concentrated study, and a Civic Arts curriculum that emphasizes community. Our professors are mo�vated and mo�va�ng. Excited and exci�ng. Whatever the major, you’ll find that Tusculum’s academics are innova�ve, and that our faculty is commi�ed to the success of our students. THE TUSCULUM CAMPUS Located in Greeneville, Tenn., Tusculum College lies in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains between Knoxville and the Tri-Ci�es (Bristol-Johnson City-Kingsport). Our wooded 190-acre campus has over 25 buildings, nine of which are listed on the Na�onal Register of Historic Places. The Albert Columbus Tate Library, one of our Na�onal Historic Sites, was built in 1910. The library is experiencing a major mul�-million dollar renova�on and expansion that will more than double the size of the current library facility, bringing our library space to 34,467 square feet. The Tate Library previously encompassed 12,000 square feet, and is incorporated into the expanded and renovated building. We also have two on-campus museums, one holding archives with materials da�ng to the College’s beginnings. The Andrew Johnson Presiden�al Museum and Library includes the Charles Coffin Collec�on containing materials from the Collegeís original library, the Andrew Johnson Library containing books, papers, and memorabilia from the 17th President of the United States, and the College Archives containing documents related to the history of Tusculum since its founding. Tusculum’s loca�on is convenient to shopping and entertainment, and our students enjoy access to such recrea�onal opportuni�es as backpacking, hiking, whitewater ra�ing, fishing and snow skiing. The city of Greeneville and Greene County have a combined popula�on of 65,000. Knoxville and the Tri-Ci�es are within a 70-mile radius of the campus.

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TUSCULUM ATHLETIC FACILITES PIONEER FIELD

PIONEER ARENA

NICHOLS TENNIS COMPLEX

INDOOR PRACTICE FACILITY

PIONEER PARK

EDMONDS FIELD

LINK HILLS COUNTRY CLUB



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