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2011 Season Outlook

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Tribe Coaching Staff

Head Coach Jimmye Laycock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Assistant Coaches. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Support Staff. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

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Tribe Player Profiles

Top Returning Player Bios . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

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Review

2010 Season Recap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Game-by-Game Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Statistics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62

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History and Records

Tribe in the Pros. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 All-Americans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 All-Time Honors and Awards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Record Book. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Individual Single-Season Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Career Records. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 Top Performances. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 The Last Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 All-Time Coaches and Captains. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Coaching Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 All-Time Series Results. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Year-by-Year Results. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90

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Sports Information Staff and Policies. . . . . . . . . . . . 98

Program History First year of football. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1893 Seasons of football . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117th Bowl/Playoff record . . . . . . . . . . .10-11 (6-9 in FCS) Years in postseason play. . . . . . . . . . . 16 (11 in FCS) Last playoff appearance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2010 Results . . . L, 31-15, vs. Ga. Southern, Second Round All-time record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 542-517-41 (.511) All-time CAA Football record . . . . . . . . .88-58 (.603) Tribe Coaching Staff Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jimmye Laycock Alma Mater, Year. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W&M, 1970 Record at W&M/Years. . . . . . . . . . . . 208-145-2 / 31 Career Record/Years . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Same Football Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . (757) 221-3337 Best time to reach. . . . . . . . Call Sports Information Assistant Coaches Offensive Coordinator/WR. . . . . . . . . . Zbig Kepa Defensive Coordinator/LB. . . . . . . . Scott Boone Assistant Head Coach/OL . . . . . . .Bob Solderitch Recruiting Coordinator/DL.. . . . . Trevor Andrews Quarterbacks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David Corley, Jr. Defensive Backs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D.K. McDonald Video Coord./DB. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trey Henderson Offensive Assistant/RB. . . . . . . Brendan Nugent Defensive Assistant/DB . . . . . . . . . . . John Bowes Offensive Assistant/TE. . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Godsil Dir. of Speed, Strength and Cond. . . . John Sauer Dir. of Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jonathan Small

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Team Information Affiliation . . . .NCAA Championship Subdivision (FCS) Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CAA Football 2010 Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4 Conference Finish . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2, CAA Champions NCAA Playoffs . . . . . . . . . No. 2 Seed, Second Round Final National Ranking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10th/8th Offensive Starters Returning/Lost. . . . . . . . . . . . 7/4 Defensive Starters Returning/Lost. . . . . . . . . . . . 7/5 Special Teams Starters Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . 1/1

CONTENTS & QUICK FACTS

Contents. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Quick Facts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2011 Preview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Roster. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Pronunciation Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Roster Breakdown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Depth Chart. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Start Chart. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 2011 Opponent All-Time Series Results . . . . . . . . . . 12 2011 CAA Football Composite Schedule. . . . . . . . . . 14

General Information Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Williamsburg, Va. Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1693 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,800 Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tribe School Colors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Green, Gold and Silver Stadium. . . . . Walter J. Zable Stadium at Cary Field Opened . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1935 Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12,259 Surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FieldTurf Pro President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . W. Taylor Reveley, III Chancellor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sandra Day O’Connor Athletics Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Terry Driscoll Athletic Department Phone. . . . . . . (757) 221-3400 Ticket Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (757) 221-3340

Sports Information Web site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TribeAthletics.com Office phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (757) 221-3344 Office fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (757) 221-2989 Press Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (757) 221-3414 Assistant AD for Media Relations, Primary Football Contact. . . . . . . . Pete Clawson Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (757) 221-3369 E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .pmclaw@wm.edu Associate Director, Secondary Football Contact. . . . . . . . Rob Turner Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(757) 221-3370 E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . rrturn@wm.edu Associate Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kris Sears Associate Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jake Skipper Assistant Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scott Burns Assistant Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Julia Martin Mailing Address. . . . . . . . .W&M Sports Information . . . . . . . . . . PO Box 399, Williamsburg, VA 23187 Shipping Address . . . . . . . W&M Sports Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . William and Mary Hall . . . . . . 751 Ukrop Way, Williamsburg, VA 23185

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2011 SEASON OUTLOOK

With its 41-3 victory against Richmond in the 2010 regularseason finale at Zable Stadium, the Tribe secured the program’s eighth conference championship and the No. 2 seed in the NCAA Playoffs.

The numbers speak for themselves – 208 career wins, nine NCAA Playoff appearances, four conference titles and a graduation rate that consistently measures among the top programs in the nation. Simply put, in his 32 seasons on the sideline at his alma mater, William and Mary Head Coach Jimmye Laycock has created an unsurpassed STANDARD OF SUCCESS for the Tribe program. In 2011, this standard will be put to the test against the high expectations that come with the return of 13 starters from a unit that captured the Colonial Athletic Association title a year ago. The squad will enter the fall as the preseason selection to defend its CAA crown, according to a vote of the league’s coaches and media, while nearly every preseason publication has the Tribe tabbed in its national top five among the FCS ranks. These lofty expectations are founded in the fact that the core of the Tribe’s returnees have been battle tested after earning back-to-back NCAA Playoff appearances. In fact, the rising senior class has already put together 26 wins in the last three years, equaling the most successful three-year run in school history (1992-94). The College’s four-year record for wins stands at 34, set by a Darren Sharper-led group from 1993-96. Clearly, the team’s most visible returnee is two-time Payton Award candidate, senior tailback Jonathan Grimes. He comes into the season as the Preseason CAA Offensive Player of the Year and is looking to put an exclamation point on a career that has already seen him earn a league-record tying eight all-conference honors. Returning first-team all-conference tight end Alex Gottlieb also figures to have a significant impact on the offensive side of the ball and joins Grimes as a serious contender for All-America honors. Senior center and team quad-captain James Pagliaro also comes into the year as a preseason all-conference selection and will look to key what promises to be a standout front five for the Tribe. When it comes to orchestrating the attack, all eyes will be looking towards supremely talented se2

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nior quarterback Michael Paulus. After a year shortened by injuries, Paulus will come into the fall healthy and looking to place himself among the elite players in the nation. While the offense has traditionally been the signature of Laycock’s long and successful tenure, the Tribe’s defense has been in the headlines of late. The College figures to have reloaded at the top position with the promotion of long-time assistant Scott Boone to defensive coordinator, as he replaces the author of the unit’s recent run of success, Bob Shoop. Beyond Boone, one of the team’s other most noticeable additions is the return of former all-conference middle linebacker Jake Trantin. His addition moves Dante Cook (second-team All-CAA linebacker in ‘10) back to his more natural outside position playing alongside junior Jabrel Mines. The trio will bring both experience and athleticism to the field and should give the Tribe one of the top linebacker corps in the conference. The same will be true for the defensive backfield, which will have three of the four starters returning, anchored by returning first-team allconference cornerback B.W. Webb. Webb, who has earned a total of five all-conference honors in just two years, has the potential to be one of the top cover corners in the FCS world. The College will rely on the return of the seasoned senior duo of defensive end Marcus Hyde and tackle Harold Robertson to hold down a talented, but youth dominated, front four. Hyde, a team quad-captain, is a returning all-conference selection with the ability to become one the league’s premier rush ends. The late-season emergence of sophomore Drake Kuhn in 2010 as a consistent placekicker gives the special teams area a needed boost heading into the fall. One priority for the staff in the preseason camp will be identifying a replacement for All-American punter, David Miller. W&M should be outstanding at both return specialist positions, as Webb (punt) and Grimes (kick) both come back as multiple time all-conference honorees. WWW.TRIBEATHLETICS.COM


The following is a position-by-position look at the players who figure to make an impact for W&M this fall:

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The return of senior signal caller Michael Paulus (6-4, 220) will be a plus for the program, as he comes into fall camp as the team’s starter. Paulus’ size, strength and accuracy are all at an elite level and ideally suit him for the Tribe’s prostyle offense. Despite missing all of spring drills with a shoulder injury, Paulus has taken maximum advantage of the spring and summer months to rehab and study the Tribe attack on film. A year ago he showed glimpses of his potential, completing All-CAA Candidate 62 percent of his passes Michael Paulus, QB (88-of-142 attempts) for 883 yards and four touchdowns. He started Tribe wins over then-No. 1 Villanova and No. 2 Delaware and turned in a signature performance in the team’s hard-fought loss at North Carolina, completing 13 of his first 14 attempts. He finished the game against the Tar Heels throwing for a career-best 209 yards, with two touchdowns and no interceptions. Paulus’ first meaningful snaps of the season came in a relief effort at Maine, where he led a frenetic second-half comeback against the Black Bears by engineering a pair of fourth-quarter scoring drives. He capped off the game-winning drive with a 21-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Chase Hill with just 20 seconds remaining in the Tribe’s 24-21 win. Without Paulus participating in the spring, second-year William and Mary quarterback coach David Corley, Jr., was able to focus his efforts on developing some of the program’s younger talent. One needs look no further than last season to see the need for depth at the position, as the College started three different quarterbacks through the course of 12 games, and only had the same quarterback start and finish a game a total of seven times. Sophomore Brent Caprio (6-1, 212) comes into the season listed as the top reserve and has one career start to his credit (at No. 8 New Hampshire last fall). He finished the ’10 season with five completions (in 12 attempts) and one touchdown. Caprio brings a good work ethic to the field and film room, while he has continued to develop his arm strength in his time on campus. Sophomore Michael Graham (6-4, 224) and redshirt freshman Raphael

Ortiz (6-3, 226) also figure to push for reps throughout the fall camp. Graham had an effective spring and showed a growing comfort in the Tribe attack, while Ortiz is a raw athletic talent with outstanding arm strength. Additionally, strong-armed senior Terrance Schmand (6-3, 215) worked with the travel squad extensively for each of the past two seasons and has seen limited game reps.

Running Back All discussions of Tribe running backs coach Brendan Nugent’s unit begin with senior team quad-captain, tailback Jonathan Grimes (5-10, 201). Grimes returns for his senior season as a Sports Network Preseason All-American tailback and the Preseason CAA Offensive Player of the Year. The Palmyra, N.J., native enters the fall on the Payton Award Watch List as an eight-time all-conference honoree (a figure that ties him with former New Hampshire quarterback Ricky Santos as the most-decorated player in league history). Grimes enters the fall just 635 yards shy of the school rushing record with 3,110 career yards (on 648 attempts) and is already the Tribe’s career leader in all-purpose yardage, as his total of 5,445 ranks as the top returning mark in the FCS and ninth best in CAA history. While the numbers alone speak for themselves, what allows Grimes to continually improve is his work ethic. Already a proven workhorse carrying the football, this spring he concentrated on improving his route running and overall grasp of the offense, which will position him to become an even greater threat in the Tribe attack. Grimes brings the complete package to the backfield, as he is capable of doing the rugged work between the tackles and is equally adept at making plays in the open field.

One of the nation’s top players, senior running back Jonathan Grimes enters the 2011 campaign as the Preseason CAA Offensive Player of the Year and as a Walter Payton Award candidate.

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Junior Meltoya Jones (5-9, 215) and a talented trio of youngsters in Darnell Laws (6-0, 215), Jarrell Cooper (5-8, 185) and Navy transfer Keith McBride (6-0, 210) will provide depth at the position. Jones is the most experienced of the group, as he has shown flashes of big-play potential in limited game reps (he brings a 5.1 yds/att career average into the season – 169 yards on 33 career attempts). Laws was arguably the most productive tailback in the spring session, as he showed great physicality and good burst at the line of scrimmage. Cooper gradually improved throughout the spring and used his tremendous speed to showcase his big-play potential. McBride is capable of making an immediate impact, as he has outstanding athleticism and good speed. An illness kept him from competing during the last several spring practice sessions, so he will continue to gain valuable experience in the fall. The fullback position will be held down by a trio of hardnosed veterans, led by junior John Ribble (6-2, 230). He has seen action in each of the last two seasons as a key reserve at the position and secured the starting role entering the fall with an excellent spring showing. Solid in his alignments and assignments, Ribble will have an impact in all phases of the team’s attack. Fellow junior T.J. Ptachick (6-2, 225) is the most athletic option among the fullbacks and brings a tireless work ethic to the position. He missed most of last season with an leg injury and will look to continue his development this fall. Fifth-year senior Kyle O’Brien (6-0, 240) will make his collegiate debut at the position, after spending the previous four seasons on the defensive side of the ball (most recently as a defensive lineman). One of the team’s most tenacious competitors, O’Brien has all the intangibles to excel in the role.

freshman Baron Goodman (64, 290). Donker has outstanding size and strength, and could also move out to tackle, while Goodman has used his tremendous work ethic to make a positive impression in his short time on campus. He will need to continue his development this fall but has the potential to contribute at either guard or center. All-CAA Candidate At the tackle spot, seaJames Pagliaro, OL soned junior Mike Salazar (6-5, 296) is in line to move from the right tackle role (which he started all 12 games a year ago) to left tackle. He is a player the staff projects to have great potential in the new role and his continued development this summer and fall will be crucial to the team’s success. Junior Robert Gumbita (6-5, 300) will add to the physical presence up front, as he will enter the year as the starting right tackle. He saw spot action at both guard and tackle last fall and has started two career games at guard (both during the ’09 season). Depth will be provided by redshirt freshmen Alex Berry (6-4, 290) and Jake Franklin (6-5, 280). Neither were able to participate in spring drills, so each will be looking to gain valuable experience this fall. Berry has a good grasp of his alignments and assignments for a young player, while Franklin is a raw, physical talent.

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Tight End

Despite the loss of graduated All-American left tackle Keith Hill, Jr., long-time William and Mary offensive line coach Bob Solderitch has reason to be excited about the prospects for his front five for 2011. Returning all-conference senior center James Pagliaro (6-2, 288) leads the unit, as he brings tremendous leadership and a physical presence to the middle of the Tribe offense. An athletic lineman with good feet, Pagliaro enters the year as a preseason All-CAA selection and will be counted on to be one of the league’s top centers. The Tribe figures to have a productive combination on either side of Pagliaro, as rising sophomores Matt Crisafi (6-4, 302) and James Johnson (6-2, 290) saw significant playing time at guard in 2010. Crisafi earned the starting nod at left guard with a solid spring and is versatile enough to move to center if necessary. Johnson plays with an aggressive style, but was hampered some this spring with nagging injuries. This left the door open for sophomore Trevor Springman, a 6-4, 283-pound specimen, to take advantage of the increased playing time this spring and he stepped up and turned in one of the finest practice sessions of any lineman. He will come into the fall listed at the top of the depth chart at right guard, but expect him to continue to compete throughout camp for starting duties. Additional depth will come from senior Dan Donker (6-3, 311) and redshirt

Supplementing the offensive front will be one the squad’s premier weapons, returning All-American Alex Gottlieb, who established himself as one of the nation’s premier pass-catching tight ends in 2010 during his first full season as the starter. Gottlieb has worked closely with Tribe tight ends coach Mike Godsil to continue to improve on nearly every facet of his game. The complete physical package, Gottlieb is a 6-4, 255-pound athlete with good hands and great toughness. Playing behind graduated two-time allconference tight end Rob Varno his first two years on campus, he was given the opportunity to focus on refining his blocking technique. Moving into his senior season, look for him to be a major force along the line of scrimmage. Last season, Gottlieb seamlessly expanded his role in the passing attack and showed a great knack for working under coverages. This fall, the staff will challenge him further with more opportunities to have an even larger impact. Beyond Gottlieb, Godsil has the luxury of talented depth provided by athletic junior Nolan Kearney. The 6-4, 246-pound converted quarterback has outstanding size and hands, which earned him significant playing time last fall. Kearney made great strides this spring in his overall knowledge of the position and will be a key contributor this fall. Sophomore Robert Asmar (6-4, 240) and redshirt freshman Bo Revell (6-6, 220) will also add depth.

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Defensive Line

Wide Receiver One area that has been hit hard by graduation and injury is receivers coach Zbig Kepa’s unit, as the group has All-America Candidate sustained a big loss in Chase Alex Gottlieb, TE Hill, who graduated with 19 career touchdown receptions and more than 1,390 career-receiving yards. Additionally, returning allconference wide receiver Ryan Moody (5-11, 175) was poised to be the top target (as he had 47 receptions for 731 yards and two touchdowns in ‘10), but will miss a significant portion of the fall due to a knee injury sustained during spring drills. Developing depth at the off-the-ball positions is a priority for the staff, as the pair of seniors in D.J. Mangas (6-1, 194) (28 receptions, 233 yards in ‘10) and Ryan Woolfolk (5-11, 200) (13 receptions, 142 yards in ‘10) have experience, but most of it has come in the slot position. Mangas spent the entire spring working as a quarterback, but he will be moved back to the more familiar receiver role for the fall. Mangas saw significant action as the third receiver last season and was solid in working underneath coverages out of the slot. He has good hands and toughness and should be able to apply his overall knowledge of the Tribe’s attack to have an expanded role. Woolfolk, who has also seen action as a defensive back and tailback in his career, quietly became a legitimate receiving threat as the 2010 season played out, as he contributed at least one catch in six of the last eight games. He possesses outstanding speed and can make a play after the catch. His ability to continue to progress and mature into a consistent big-play threat will be critical to the team’s attack. Junior C.J. Thomas has an imposing 6-3, 215-pound athletic frame and the potential to be an impact player. He will be given an increased opportunity early in fall to compete for reps and will be a top candidate for the third receiver position. Another strong candidate to push for playing time will be speedy senior Nick Downey. Primarily a special teams contributor the past two seasons, Downey showed playmaking ability when he was given extended reps this spring. What he may lack in size (5-10, 186) he makes up for with outstanding quickness and a tireless work ethic. Junior Joey Brady leads a group of players currently just off the two deep who will be pushing for playing time through fall drills and into the season. At 6-3, 205-pounds, Brady has good size and a proven willingness to work.

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Developing talent to compensate for the loss of all-conference defensive tackle Mike Stover and starting defensive end Brian Jean-Pierre was one of the key focuses for the defensive staff this spring. Fortunately for the Tribe faithful, defensive line coach Trevor Andrews brings a wealth of proven experience in maximizing available talent. Andrew’s charges have been among the most productive in the league for the last three seasons and his units have earned a total of six all-conference honors in that span. This season is likely to continue that trend, as senior quad-captain, defensive end Marcus Hyde returns after earning second-team All-CAA honors in 2010. It would be easy to argue that Hyde was one of the most productive down lineman in the league last season (63 TT, 12.5 TFLs/5.5 sacks/four QB hurries and two PD and a blocked kick) and he is poised to put himself among the national elite this fall. Hyde has a 6-3 frame that carries nearly 250 pounds, and he blends that with good strength and outstanding speed and athleticism. His versatility will allow the staff to use him in a variety of schemes to attack the backfield. Beyond Hyde, only fellow senior, defensive tackle Harold Robertson returns with significant starting experience (28 career starts). A quiet but steady force in the middle of the Tribe defense for the last three years, Roberston’s 6-2, 300-pound frame is ideally suited for the one technique. One of the team’s strongest players, Robertson has always been a solid run stopper. This spring he steadily improved his pass rush skills and will look to be a force on every snap this fall. Robertson will line up beside rising sophomore George Beerhalter (6-3, 265), who saw significant time at tackle last fall as a true freshman. A steady performer, Beerhalter recorded 28 total tackles in 2010 and has picked up on his alignments and assignments very quickly and will look to build on his debut performance.

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Asmar showed promise early in fall camp a year ago, before missing significant time with an injury, while Revell is a converted QB with a the size and strength to be an impact player.

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Rising sophomore Brian Stinnie comes into fall as the starter opposite Hyde at defensive end. Like Beerhalter, he saw extended reps mixing into the rotation at end last fall (13 total tackles, 0.5 sack). At 6-4, 245 pounds, he has greatly improved his overall strength and will look to be an impact player. Stinnie, the defensive MVP of the team’s spring ending scrimmage, can also move over to the tackle position if necessary. Sophomore Stephen Sinnott and redshirt freshman Mike Reilly (6-4, 260) provide quality depth at the end position. Both displayed flashes of potential in the spring and will be counted on to build on their performances in the fall. Reilly has the size, strength and versatility to move over the tackle position if necessary. Junior Chris Johnson (6-2, 240) will also challenge for reps in the fall after missing the spring with a shoulder injury. Junior Nick Zaremba (6-2, 265) is the primary depth for the tackle role heading into fall. He has an unquestioned desire to maximize his potential and plays with tremendous motor on every rep.

Linebacker Despite the departure of two outstanding senior contributors in Wes Steinman and Evan Francks, William and Mary Defensive Coordinator and linebackers coach Scott Boone will bring an impressive unit to the field this fall. The return of senior linebacker Jake Trantin to the middle of the College’s defense is a tremendous boost for the entire unit, as the returning all-conference performer from 2009 is one of the team’s best leaders on the field. Beyond being an athletic 6-1, 240-pound physical force, Trantin’s knowledge of the team’s defensive schemes and ability to get the entire defense organized might be his greatest asset. He returned for the spring after missing the entire 2010 season for family reasons and did not appear to miss a beat. Look for him to challenge for national honors this fall. Possibly equally as exciting as Trantin’s return is the move of returning all-conference linebacker Dante Cook (5-11, 213) to the perimeter of the defense. Cook made a huge impact on the team last season playing middle backer (111 total tackles, nine TFLs, four PD, a forced and recovered fumble and two interceptions returned for TDs), but his speed and athleticism is ideally suited for bringing pressure off the edge. He has the versatility to be a threat from multiple positions on the field and the desire to maximize his considerable talents. He has the potential to be one the league’s premier playmakers. Junior Jabrel Mines (6-0, 212) comes into the fall as the starter opposite Cook. He has seen playing time in his previous two seasons on campus (80 career total tackles, 2.5 sacks and five PD) and will get his first opportunity at extended reps this fall. A great effort player, All-America Candidate he will be an excellent compliJake Trantin, LB 6

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ment to Cook and Trantin and should complete what will likely be one of the league’s top linebacker units. Quality depth is provided at the middle backer position by sophomore Ben Casper, who saw spot action a season ago. He has steadily grown more comfortable with the schemes and improved all phases of his play this spring. Rangy sophomore Quincy September (6-3, 222) and redshirt freshman Alex Goodman (6-0, 225) are the top reserves on the outside. Both have the potential to emerge as impact players with continued development.

Defensive Backs Tribe defensive backfield coach D.K. McDonald inherited a veteran unit for his first season on campus. He will be working with a crew that returns three of the four starters from a season ago, including returning first-team all-league cornerback B.W. Webb (5-11, 175). McDonald will count on Webb continuing to build a career that has already seen him earn a total of five all-conferences honors in just two seasons. All signs point to the junior from Newport News, Va., doing just that, as he is coming off a productive spring and will look to challenge as one the nation’s premier cover corners. A gifted athlete, with outstanding speed and quickness, Webb is an aggressive and confident player at field corner who excels at man coverage. Senior Terrell Wells (5-10, 185) will line up opposite Webb at boundary corner, after starting last season at free safety. Wells had an excellent spring at his more natural corner position and displayed excellent cover skills. He is one of the team’s more physical defensive backs and he has the potential to be an all-conference caliber performer.

All-America Candidate B.W. Webb, CB

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Special Teams Traditionally an area of strength, the Tribe’s placekicking role appears to be on solid ‘footing’ with the return of sophomore Drake Kuhn (5-10, 185). After a shaky start to his career (started by missing four of his first nine career attempts), Kuhn did a remarkable job of refocusing and finished the season hitting on his last nine attempts (including three in the NCAA Playoffs). He continued the steady work into the spring, where he was very consistent in his ball striking and accuracy. Kuhn concentrated his offsea-

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son conditioning drills on increasing his leg strength, which should pay the greatest dividends when he is handling the team’s kickoff duties. In addition to his game experience from a year ago, another big plus for Kuhn will be the return of his long snapper, junior Andy Topping, and holder, Brent Caprio. Topping is a proven commodity in the role and will also handle the deep snapping duties. As the team heads into fall camp, a major question remains in replacing three-time all-conference punter David Miller. One of the best punters in Tribe history, Miller finished his career by averaging more than 40 yds/ attempt (202 career punts), including averaging 43.0 yds/punt last fall, earning him All-America honors. Redshirt freshman John Carpenter (6-1, 190) currently sits at the top of the depth chart, as he came to campus off a stellar scholastic career that saw him earn first-team all-state honors in Maryland as a senior. He is a great talent with an electric leg but will concentrate on developing more consistency this fall. Junior Tyler Bailey (6-1, 195) returns as the only player on the roster who has punted in a collegiate game. He did a credible job as the starting punter during two games last season (averaging more than 38 yds/punt on five attempts) and will press for starting duties throughout the fall. The return of both Webb and Grimes to the punt and kick return duties, respectively, will make both areas a strength. Webb has been named to the all-conference team as a return specialist in each of his first two seasons in the role. He averages 8.8 yds/attempt with 49 career returns. Last year on 19 returns, the explosive junior averaged a career best 9.8 yds, including a 64-yard touchdown punt return versus VMI. Grimes returns as the reigning CAA Special Teams Player of the Year and has earned three-career all-conference honors. Last season, Grimes averaged a career best 24.9 yd/ return (19 attempts) and has a career average of 22.3 ypr in 66 attempts. With the heavy workloads that both Webb and Grimes carries over the course of a season, depth at both return positions is crucial. While there are a host of candidates, Terrell Wells will likely fill in at the punt return position, while both Ryan Woolfolk and Meltoya Jones are able replacements at the kick return spot.

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Junior strong safety Brian Thompson (5-11, 210) also comes into the fall poised to challenge for postseason recognition. He followed a solid debut season as a starter with an outstanding spring drills session and will look to carry that progress into the fall as one the team’s leaders in the secondary. The staff will look to him as one of the team’s key playmakers this fall, as he has outstanding athleticism and an aggressive style of play. Senior Jake O’Connor (6-0, 195) emerged from the spring as the starter at free safety, but he will continue to battle for the spot throughout the fall with sophomore Jerome Couplin (6-2, 202). O’Connor is a heady veteran who has seen significant playing time at both safety and special teams in his career. He is an extremely consistent performer with a high football IQ and a fearless style of play. Couplin had a productive spring cut short by an injury, but he has the size, speed and coverage skills to be a significant contributor. Depth at the strong safety position will be provided by Ivan Tagoe (6-1, 220), a hard-hitting redshirt freshman with good size and speed. Junior Ethan Lee (5-11, 182) will challenge for reps at free safety, after converting from cornerback this spring. He saw some spot action last season. Both Tagoe and Lee are expected to make contributions on special teams this as well. Takeo Hester (5-10, 180) is the top reserve at corner and has the ability to play either the boundary or field positions. He is a physical player with good athleticism who will contribute on the special teams while gaining more experience this fall.

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NUMERICAL ROSTER

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NO. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8b 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 28b 29 30 31 31 32 32b 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 40b 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

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NAME B.W. Webb Tre McBride D.J. Mangas Tyler Bailey Michael Paulus Mikal Abdual-Saboor Terrell Wells William Haskins Ryan Moody Jabrel Mines Michael Graham Brent Caprio C.J. Thomas Christian Brumbaugh Zack Fetters Raphael Ortiz Anthony Johnson Terrance Schmand Evan McGill Bo Revell Jarrell Cooper Jerome Couplin III Jaquay Hall Keith McBride Darnell Laws Ryan Smith Brian Thompson Ryan Woolfolk Andrew Weidinger Takeo “TK” Hester Andy Topping Jake O’Connor Will Thompson Jake Trantin Kedric Solomon Jared Velasquez Jonathan Grimes Dante Cook DeAndre Houston-Carson Kelly FitzGerald Levi Cohen John Ribble Kyle O’Brien Ian Haislip Quincey September Ivan Tagoe T.J. Ptachick Meltoya Jones Spencer Bopp Moyosore Oluleye Ethan Lee Sean Ballard Matthew Pocta Brennen Glover

POS. CB WR WR P QB QB CB TE WR LB QB QB WR QB S QB WR QB TE TE RB S RB RB RB DB S WR LB CB LB S TE LB WR S RB LB CB WR FB FB FB LB LB S FB RB DE S DB WR LB DT

ELG. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. RFr. Fr. Sr. Fr. RFr. RFr. So. Fr. RFr. RFr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Jr. RFr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. RFr. Jr. Jr. Fr. RFr. Jr. RFr. RFr. So.

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

WT. 175 184 194 195 220 214 185 222 175 212 224 212 215 191 195 226 167 215 235 220 185 202 200 210 215 180 210 200 220 180 225 195 240 240 160 195 201 213 171 171 218 230 240 200 222 220 225 215 220 200 182 180 230 295

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ALPHABETICAL ROSTER HOMETOWN (HIGH/PREP SCHOOL) Newport News, Va. (Warwick) McDonough, Ga. (Ola) Chantilly, Va. (Paul VI) Abingdon, Va. (Abingdon) Syracuse, N.Y. (UNC/Christian Brothers) Alpharetta, Ga. (Alpharetta) Louisa, Va. (Louisa County) Poquoson (Poquoson) Ashburn, Va. (Stone Bridge) Doswell, Va. (Caroline) Charlottesville, Va. (Monticello) Somers Point, N.J. (Mainland) Mount Airy, Md. (Linganore) McDonald, Pa. (South Fayette) Montgomery Village, Md. (Gaithersburg) Rahway, N.J. (St. Peter’s Prep – New Jersey) Fredericksburg, Va. (Mountain View) Buffalo, N.Y. (St. Joseph’s Collegiate) Richmond, Va. (Trinity Episcopal) Haymarket, Va. (Battlefield) Newport News, Va. (Woodside) Upper Marlboro, Md. (Bishop McNamara) Norfolk, Va. (Atlantic Shores) Collierville, Tenn. (Navy/Memphis Univ. School) Sicklerville, N.J. (Augustine Prep) King George, Va. (The Blue Ridge School) Somerset, N.J. (Franklin) Atlanta, Ga. (Holy Innocents) Burke, Va. (Lake Braddock) Richmond, Va. (Varina) Suffolk, Va. (Nansemond River) Richmond, Va. (Douglas S. Freeman) La Crosse, Va. (Park View) Odenton, Md. (Archbishop Spalding) Newport News, Va. (Woodside Fairfax, Va. (Robinson) Palmyra, N.J. (Paul VI) Fredericksburg, Va. (Stafford) Woodford, Va. (Massaponax) Springfield, Va. (Robert E. Lee) Bedford, N.Y. (Paramus Catholic) Salem, Va. (Salem) Cockeysville, Md. (McDonogh) Yorktown, Va. (Tabb) Kwazula Natal, South Africa (Saint Anne’s Belfield) Burtonsville, Md. (Paint Branch) Williamsburg, Va. (Lafayette) Hampton, Va. (Tabb) Fredericksburg, Va. (Stafford) Lititz, Pa. (Manheim Township) Buckingham, Va. (Buckingham-County) Plano, Texas (Plano West) Hanover, Va. (Hanover) Charlotte, N.C. (Ardrey Kell)

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NAME Mikal Abdual-Saboor Robert Asmar Tyler Bailey Sean Ballard George Beerhalter Alex Berry Spencer Bopp Dalton Boyd Joey Brady Christian Brumbaugh Brent Caprio John Carpenter Ben Casper Levi Cohen Jasper Coleman Dante Cook Jarrell Cooper Jerome Couplin III Matt Crisafi Dan Donker Nick Downey Nick Easter Connor Farrell Zack Fetters Kelly FitzGerald Jake Franklin Brennen Glover Alex Goodman Baron Goodman Alex Gottlieb Michael Graham Jonathan Grimes Robert Gumbita Ian Haislip Jaquay Hall William Haskins Takeo “TK” Hester Braxton Hicks DeAndre Houston-Carson Marcus Hyde Anthony Johnson Chris Johnson James Johnson III Samuel Johnson II Andrew Jones Meltoya Jones Nolan Kearney Jordan King Sean Kroeger Drake Kuhn Callen Larus Darnell Laws Ethan Lee Preston Lyon

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POS. QB TE P WR DL OL DE WR WR QB QB K/P LB FB DT LB RB S OL OL WR OL WR S WR OL DT LB OL TE QB RB OL LB RB TE CB DE CB DE WR DE OL DE OL RB TE WR P K OL RB DB K


Callen Larus Marcus Hyde Jasper Coleman Ben Casper Alex Goodman Terrence Mack Luke Rhodes Jared Templeton Robert Gumbita Trevor Springman Jake Franklin Nick Easter Zach Mahfood Baron Goodman James Pagliaro Andrew Jones Alex Berry Dan Donker James Johnson III Mike Salazar Matt Crisafi Lou Petrocelli John Carpenter Nick Downey Robert Asmar Preston Lyon Dalton Boyd Nolan Kearney Alex Gottlieb Braxton Hicks Joey Brady Jordan King Bryan Stinnie Chris Johnson George Beerhalter Kadeem Lyttle Samuel Johnson II Mike Reilly Stephen Sinnott Drake Kuhn Nick Zaremba Harold Robertson II Connor Farrell Sean Kroeger Troy Scharfen

OL DE DT LB LB LB LB DT OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL OL K/P WR TE K WR TE TE DE WR WR DL DE DL DE DE DL DL K DL DT WR P WR

So. Sr. Fr. So. RFr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. RFr. Fr. Fr. RFr. Sr. Fr. RFr. Sr. So. Jr. So. Fr. RFr. Sr. So. Fr. RFr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. RFr. So. Jr. So. RFr. So. RFr. RFr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr.

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

282 242 271 225 225 205 225 284 300 283 280 286 280 290 288 270 290 311 290 296 302 305 190 186 240 175 177 250 255 215 205 190 250 240 265 240 270 260 240 185 265 300 190 175 170

Midlothian, Va. (Midlothian) Manassas, Va. (Osbourn) Richmond, Va. (James River) Centreville, Va. (Westfield) Fredericksburg, Va. (Brooke Point) Hampton, Va. (Hampton) Hollidaysburg, Pa. (Hollidaysburg Area) Tyrone, Pa. (Tyrone Area) Mount Pleasant, Pa. (Mount Pleasant) Lansdowne, Va. (Stone Bridge) New Bern, N.C. (New Bern) Stafford, Va. (Colonial Forge) Lighthouse Pt., Fla. (Pine Crest) Smithfield, Va. (Nansemond-Suffolk Academy) Schnecksville, Pa.(Parkland) Naples, Fla. (Naples) Roanoke, Va. (Cave Spring) Gibbsboro, N.J. (Eastern) Covington, Ga. (Eastside) Lawrenceville, N.J. (The Hun School) Marietta, Ga. (Blessed Trinity) Norwood, N.J. (Old Tappan) Cumberland, Md. (Allegany) Lancaster, Pa. (Lancaster Catholic) Alexandria, Va. (St. Stephens & St. Agnes) Alamo, Calif. (De La Salle) Winchester, Va. (Sherando) Glenmoore, Pa. (Downingtown West) Delray Beach, Fla. (American Heritage School) Charlotte, N.C. (Berry Academy) Pembroke Pines, Fla. (Everglades) Stafford, Va. (Mountain View) Troy, Va. (Saint Anne’s Belfield) Virginia Beach, Va. (Tallwood) Pittsburgh, Pa. (Montour) Brooklyn, N.Y. (Lawrenceville Prep) Fredericksburg, Va. (Courtland) Old Tappan, N.J. (Northern Valley Regional) Lansdale, Pa. (La Salle) Williamsburg, Va. (Lafayette) Fredericksburg, Va. (Stafford) Richmond, Va. (Hermitage) Princeton Junction, N.J. (W. Windsor Plainsboro So.) New Providence, N.J. (New Providence) McLean, Va. (Langley)

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Christian Brumbaugh............................................................................broom-baw Jerome Couplin III................................................................................... cope-lynn Matt Crisafi.......................................................................................... chris-ah-fee Cameron Dohse................................................................................................dohs Alex Gottlieb..............................................................................................got-leeb Robbie Gumbita................................................................................... gum-bee-ta Sean Kroeger...............................................................................................craig-er Drake Kuhn.....................................................................................................kewn

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Kadeem Lyttle Terrence Mack Zach Mahfood D.J. Mangas Keith McBride Tre McBride Evan McGill Jabrel Mines Ryan Moody Kyle O’Brien Jake O’Connor Moyosore Oluleye Raphael Ortiz James Pagliaro Michael Paulus Lou Petrocelli Matthew Pocta T.J. Ptachick Mike Reilly Bo Revell Luke Rhodes John Ribble Harold Robertson II Mike Salazar Troy Scharfen Terrance Schmand Quincey September Stephen Sinnott Ryan Smith Kedric Solomon Trevor Springman Bryan Stinnie Ivan Tagoe Jared Templeton C.J. Thomas Brian Thompson Will Thompson Andy Topping Jake Trantin Jared Velasquez B.W. Webb Andrew Weidinger Terrell Wells Ryan Woolfolk Nick Zaremba

DE LB OL WR RB WR TE LB WR FB S S QB OL QB OL LB FB DL TE LB FB DT OL WR QB LB DL DB WR OL DL S DT WR S TE LB LB S CB LB CB WR DL

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James Pagliaro.................................................................................pag-lee-air-oh D.J. Mangas.............................................................................................. main-gus Jabrel Mines................................................................................................juh-brel Moyosore Oluleye.................................................... moy-oh-sore-ay oh-lu-eh-lay T.J. Ptachick.......................................................................................puh-tah-chick Terrance Schmand.......................................................................................shmond Stephen Sinnott.............................................................................................. sin-it Andrew Weidinger.............................................................................. wide-een-er Nick Zaremba......................................................................................... zur-em-ba

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Roster by State/Country

2011 ROSTER BREAKDOWN

California (1) 83 Lyon, Preston Florida (4) 88 Brady, Joey 86 Gottlieb, Alex 69 Jones, Andrew 66 Mahfood, Zach

Alamo Pembroke Pines Delray Beach Naples Lighthouse

Georgia (5) 7 Abdual-Saboor, Mikal Alpharetta 75 Crisafi, Matt Marietta 73 Johnson III, James Covington 3 McBride, Tre McDonough 28 Woolfolk, Ryan Atlanta Maryland (7) 80 Carpenter, John Cumberland 22 Couplin III, Jerome Upper Marlboro 15 Fetters, Zach Montgomery Village 40 O’Brien, Kyle Cockeysville 42 Tagoe, Ivan Burtonsville 13 Thomas, C.J. Mount Airy 32 Trantin, Jake Odenton New Jersey (11) 12 Caprio, Brent Somers Point 71 Donker, Dan Gibbsboro -- Farrell, Connor Princeton Junction 34 Grimes, Jonathan Palmyra -- Kroeger, Sean New Providence 25 Laws, Darnell Sicklerville 78 Petrocelli, Lou Norwood 16 Ortiz, Raphael Rahway 95 Reilly, Mike Old Tappan 74 Salazar, Michael Lawrenceville 27 Thompson, Brian Somerset

New York (4) 38 Cohen, Levi 93 Lyttle, Kadeem 6 Paulus, Michael 18 Schmand, Terrance

Bedford Brooklyn Syracuse Buffalo

North Carolina (3) 62 Franklin, Jake 50 Glover, Brennen 87 Hicks, Brandon

New Bern Charlotte Charlotte

Pennsylvania (10) 92 Beerhalter, George Pittsburgh 14 Brumbaugh, Christian McDonald 81 Downey, Nick Lancaster 60 Gumbita, Robert Mount Pleasant 85 Kearney, Nolan Glenmoore 46 Oluleye, Moyosore Lititz 68 Pagliaro, James Schecksville 58 Rhodes, Luke Hollidaysburg 96 Sinnott, Stephen Lansdale 59 Templeton, Jared Tyrone Tennessee (1) 24 McBride, Keith

Collierville

Texas (1) 48 Ballard, Sean Virginia (51) 82 Asmar, Robert 5 Bailey, Tyler 70 Berry, Alex 45 Bopp, Spencer 84 Boyd, Dalton 54 Casper, Ben 53 Coleman, Jasper 35 Cook, Dante 21 Cooper, Jarrell 63 Easter, Nick

Plano Alexandria Bristol Roanoke Fredericksburg Winchester Centreville Richmond Fredericksburg Newport News Stafford

Starters Returning

Offense (7): Ryan Moody, Jr., WR; Alex Gottlieb, Sr., TE; James Johnson III, So., LG; James Pagliaro, Sr., C; Matt Crisafi, So., RG; Mike Salazar, Jr., RT; Jonathan Grimes, Sr., RB Defense (7): Marcus Hyde, Sr., DE; Harold Robertson, Sr., DT; Jake Trantin, Sr., LB; Dante Cook, Jr., LB; B.W. Webb, Jr., CB; Terrell Wells, Sr., CB; Brian Thompson, Jr., SS Special Teams (1): Drake Kuhn, So., PK

Starters Lost

Offense (4): Chase Hill, WR; Keith Hill, LT; Mike Callahan, QB; Jimmy Hobson, FB Defense (5): Mike Stover, DT; Bryan Jean-Pierre, DE; West Steinman, LB; Evan Francks, LB; Ben Cottingham, CB

Lettermen Returning

Offense (15): QB Brent Caprio, OL Matt Crisafi, TE Alex Gottlieb, RB Jonathan Grimes, OL James Johnson III, RB Meltoya Jones, TE Nolan Kearney, WR D.J. Mangas, WR Ryan Moody, FB Kyle O’Brien, C James Pagliaro, QB Michael Paulus, FB John Ribble, OL Michael Salazar, WR Ryan Woolfolk Defense (13): DT George Beerhalter, LB Dante Cook, S Jerome Couplin III, DE Marcus Hyde, DB Ethan Lee, LB Jabrel Mines, S Jake O’Connor, DT Harold Robertson II, DL Bryan Stinnie, S Brian Thompson, LB Andy Topping, CB B.W. Webb, CB Terrell Wells Special Teams (1): K Drake Kuhn

Lettermen Lost

Offense (10): QB Mike Callahan, WR Cameron Dohse, WR Chase Hill, OL Keith Hill, Jr., TE Garreth Hisson, FB Jimmy Hobson, RB Courtland Marriner, FB Terrence Riggins, OL Chris Sutton, OL Derek Toon Defense (7): CB Ben Cottingham, LB Evan Francks, LB Airek Green, DE Byran Jean-Pierre, DE Ravi Pradhanang, LB Wes Steinman, DL Anthony Tyrkala Special Teams (1): P David Miller

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37 55 67 11 40 23 8 29 36 52 17 91 94 44 89 97 51 47 56 19 18 10

Fitzgerald, Kelly Springfield Goodman, Alex Fredericksburg Goodman, Baron Smithfield Graham, Michael Charlottesville Haislip, Ian Yorktown Hall, Jaquay Norfolk Haskins, William Poquoson Hester, Takeo “TK” Richmond Houston-Carson, DeAndre Woodford Hyde, Marcus Manassas Johnson, Anthony Fredericksburg Johnson, Chris Virginia Beach Johnson III, Samuel Fredericksburg Jones, Meltoya Hampton King, Jordan Stafford Kuhn, Drake Williamsburg Larus, Callen Midlothian Lee, Ethan Buckingham Mack, Terrence Hampton Mangas, D.J. Chantilly McGill, Evan Richmond Mines, Jarbel Doswell

9 31 49 43 19 39 99 -- 26 32 61 90 31 30 33 2 28 8 98

Moody, Ryan Ashburn O’Connor, Jake Richmond Pocta, Matthew Hanover Ptachick, T.J. Williamsburg Revell, Bo Haymarket Ribble, John Salem Robertson, Harold Richmond Scharfen, Troy McLean Smith, Ryan King George Solomon, Kedric Newport News Springman, Trevor Lansdowne Stinnie, Bryan Troy Thompson, Will La Crosse Topping, Andy Suffolk Velasquez, Jared Fairfax Webb, B.W. Newport News Weidinger, Andrew Burke Wells, Terrell Louisa Zaremba, Nick Fredericksburg

South Africa (1) 41 September, Quincey Kwazula Natal

Roster by Class Seniors (16) - Brady, Donker, Downey, Gottlieb, Grimes, Hyde, Mangas, O’Brien, O’Connor, Pagliaro, Paulus, Robertson II, Schmand, Trantin, Wells, Woolfolk Juniors (19) - Bailey, Cook, Fitzgerald, Gumbita, Johnson (Chris), Jones (Meltoya), Kearney, Kroeger, Lee, Mines, Moody, Ptachick, Ribble, Salazar, Thomas, Thompson (Brian), Topping, Webb, Zaremba Sophomores (18) - Asmar, Beerhalter, Caprio, Casper, Couplin, Crisafi, Farrell, Glover, Graham, Hester, Johnson III (James), Johnson II (Samuel), Kuhn, Larus, September, Smith, Springman, Stinnie Redshirt Freshmen (20) - Ballard, Berry, Boyd, Carpenter, Cohen, Cooper, Franklin, Goodman (Alex), Goodman (Baron), King, Laws, Lyttle, McBride (Keith), Oluleye, Ortiz, Pocta, Reilly, Revell, Sinnott, Tagoe Freshmen (26) - Abdual-Saboor, Bopp, Brumbaugh, Coleman, Easter, Fetters, Haislip, Hall, Haskins, Hicks, Houston-Carson, Johnson (Anthony), Jones (Andrew), Lyon, Mack, Mahfood, McBride (Tre), McGill, Petrocelli, Rhodes, Scharfen, Solomon, Templeton, Thompson (Will), Velasquez, Weidinger

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Preseason Offensive Depth Chart

TB FB

No. Name 4 D.J. Mangas 13 C.J. Thomas 28 Ryan Woolfolk 81 Nick Downey 86 Alex Gottlieb 85 Nolan Kearney 74 Mike Salazar 70 Alex Berry 75 Matt Crisafi 71 Dan Donker 68 James Pagliaro 51 Callen Larus 61 Trevor Springman 73 James Johnson III 60 Robert Gumbita 67 Baron Goodman 6 Michael Paulus

12 Brent Caprio 34 44 24 39 43 40

Jonathan Grimes Meltoya Jones Keith McBride John Ribble TJ Ptachick Kyle O’Brien

Elg. SR JR SR SR SR JR JR RFR SO SR SR SO SO SO JR RFR SR

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

Wt. 194 215 200 186 255 250 296 290 302 311 288 282 283 290 300 290 220

SR JR RFR JR JR SR

5-10 5-9 6-0 6-2 6-2 6-0

201 215 210 230 225 240

SO 6-1 212

Preseason Defensive Depth Chart Pos. DE DT DT DE OLB MLB OLB CB SS FS CB

No. Name 52 Marcus Hyde 95 Mike Reilly 92 George Beerhalter 98 Nick Zaremba 99 Harold Robertson II 98 Nick Zaremba 90 Bryan Stinnie 96 Stephen Sinnott 35 Dante Cook 41 Quincy September 32 Jake Trantin 54 Ben Casper 10 Jabrel Mines 55 Alex Goodman 2 B.W. Webb 29 Takeo Hester 27 Brian Thompson 42 Ivan Tagoe 31 Jake O’Connor 22 Jerome Couplin III 8 Terrell Wells 29 Takeo Hester

Elg. SR RFR SO JR SR JR SO RFR JR SO SR SO JR RFR JR SO JR RFR SR SO SR SO

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

Wt. 242 260 265 265 300 265 250 240 213 222 240 225 212 225 175 180 210 220 195 202 185 180

Preseason Special Teams Depth Chart Pos. No. Name KR 34 Jonathan Grimes 28 Ryan Woolfolk PR 2 B.W. Webb 8 Terrell Wells PK/KO 97 Drake Kuhn P 80 John Carpenter H 12 Brent Caprio LS/SS 30 Andy Topping

Elg. SR SR JR SR SO RFR SO JR

Ht. 5-10 5-11 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-2

Wt. 201 210 175 185 758 190 212 225

Notes Converted QB who totaled 28 catches for 233 yds in ‘10 Reserve who appeared in nine games last season Totaled 13 catches for 142 yds in ‘10 Reserve who saw action in nine games on special teams last season Preseason First Team AA (Athlon/Lindy’s); Preseason All-CAA Reserve who recorded 7 catches for 58 yds in ‘10 Started all 12 games at RT last season Scout team offensive lineman last season Earned 3 starts at LG last season and appeared in 11 games Reserve who saw action in all 12 games last season Preseason All-CAA; Started all 12 games & All-CAA selection in ‘10 Appeared in 5 games as a reserve last season Reserve who saw action in 8 games last season Started 9 games at LG last season Appeared in 5 games as a reserve in ‘10 Scout team offensive lineman last season Completed 88-of-142 passes for 883 yds with 4 TDs last season

CAA Academic All-Conference selection in ‘10

CAA Preseason Offensive Co-Player of the Year; Payton Award W.L. Saw action in 10 games last season; Totaled 88 yds on 14 carries Transfered from Navy; Joined team in the spring Appeared in 10 games on special teams Missed nearly all of last season with an injury Played in just 2 games in ‘10 before suffering season-ending injury

Notes Preseason All-CAA; 12.5 TFL and 5.5 sacks last season Scout team defensive lineman last season W&M QB Club ROY in ‘10; 1st W&M true freshman DL to play since 2007 Reserve who saw action in 2 games 28 career starts; Totaled 34 tackles in ‘10 Reserve who saw action in 2 games Reserve who appeared in 10 games; Totaled 13 tackles Scout team defensive lineman Preseason All-CAA; Ranked 4th in CAA with 10.1 tpg last season Reserve who appeared in three games last season All-CAA Second Team in ‘09; Led team with 90 tackles in ‘09 2009 W&M QB Club Scout Team Defensive POY; Reserve in ‘10 Played in all 12 games with 3 starts in ‘10; Totaled 65 tackles Scout team linebacker last season Preseason All-CAA; 9 career INTs ranks just outside W&M top 10 Appeared in 8 games as a reserve in ‘10 Started all 12 games at SS in ‘10; 3rd on team with 80 tackles Scout team defensive back last season Appeared in all 12 games with 1 start; Had 11 tackles with an INT Saw action in 11 games as a reserve in ‘10; Had a pick-six vs. VMI Moves to CB after starting 11 games at FS in ‘10; Totaled 63 tackles Appeared in 8 games as a reserve in ‘10 Notes 2010 CAA Special Teams Player of the Year; 1,472 career return yds Averaged 20.9 yds per return last season All-CAA Second Team as a punt returner in ‘10 Starting cornerback Converted 13-of-18 FG attempts last season Scout team punter last season Split placeholding duties last season with B.W. Webb Enters 2nd season as starting SS

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Start Chart Offense 2010 Streak Career Grimes (TB) 11 3 33 Gottlieb (TE) 11 3 18 Pagliaro (C) 12 12 12 Salazar (RT) 12 12 12 Moody (WR) 8 8 10 Johnson (LG) 9 2 9 Crisafi (RG) 7 7 7 Paulus (QB) 3 - 4 Gumbita (RT) 1 1 2 Donker (LT) 1 - 1 Caprio (QB) 1 - 1 Kearney (TE) 1 - 1 Jones (RB) 1 - 1 Defense 2010 Streak Career Robertson II (DT) 11 6 28 Webb (CB) 12 26 26 Trantin (LB) - - 25 Hyde (DE) 12 12 12 Thompson (SS) 12 12 12 Wells (CB) 11 1 11 Cook (LB) 10 10 11 Mines (LB) 3 - 3 O’Connor (FS) 1 - 1

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Pos. WR WR TE LT LG C RG RT QB

Longest Active Streaks B.W. Webb (CB). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Marcus Hyde (DE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 James Pagliaro (C). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Mike Salazar (RT). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Brian Thompson (SS). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Dante Cook (LB). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Most Career Starts (Active) Jonathan Grimes (RB). . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Harold Robertson II (DT). . . . . . . . . . . 28 B.W. Webb (CB). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Jake Trantin (LB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Alex Gottlieb (TE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Marcus Hyde (DE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 James Pagliaro (C). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Mike Salazar (RT). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Brian Thompson (SS). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

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Virginia Series Record: Virginia leads, 26-6-1 Series in Williamsburg: Virginia leads, 4-1-1 Series in Charlottesville: Virginia leads, 20-4 Series at Neutral Sites: Virginia leads, 2-1 1908.....S 26...........L...........11..........0..........Charlottesville 1909.....S 25...........L...........30..........0..........Charlottesville 1910.....S 24...........L...........10..........0..........Charlottesville 1911.....S 30...........L...........81..........0..........Charlottesville 1912.....S 29...........L...........60..........0..........Charlottesville 1920.....S 25...........L...........27..........0..........Charlottesville 1935.....S 21...........T............0...........0........... Williamsburg 1936.....O 3............L............7...........0..............Norfolk, Va. 1937.....O 30..........L............6...........0..........Charlottesville 1938.....O 29..........L...........34..........0..........Charlottesville 1939.....O 28..........L...........26..........6..............Norfolk, Va. 1940.....O 26.........W...........6..........13.......... Williamsburg 1950.....N 11..........L...........13..........0..........Charlottesville 1951.....N 24..........L...........46..........0..........Charlottesville 1952.....N 29..........L...........20.........13.......... Williamsburg 1959.....S 19..........W...........0..........37.........Charlottesville 1960.....S 24..........W..........21.........41.............Norfolk, Va. 1961.....S 23...........L...........21..........6..........Charlottesville 1962.....S 22...........L...........19..........7........... Williamsburg 1963.....N 9............L............9...........7..........Charlottesville 1964.....N 7............L...........14.........13.......... Williamsburg 1969.....O 4............L...........28.........15.......... Williamsburg 1970.....O 24..........L...........33..........6..........Charlottesville 1974.....S 21...........L...........38.........28.........Charlottesville 1976.....S 18..........W...........0..........14.........Charlottesville 1986.....N 1...........W..........37.........41.........Charlottesville 1988.....S 3.............L...........31.........23.........Charlottesville 1989.....S 30...........L...........24.........12.........Charlottesville 1990.....S 29...........L...........63.........35.........Charlottesville 1992.....O 24..........L...........33..........7..........Charlottesville 1994.....O 1............L...........37..........3..........Charlottesville 1995.....S 2.............L...........40.........16.........Charlottesville 2009.....S 5............W..........14.........26.........Charlottesville VMI Series Record: W&M leads, 52-33-2 Series in Williamsburg: W&M leads, 24-9 Series in Lexington: W&M leads, 17-16-1 Series at Neutral Sites: W&M leads, 11-8-1 1905.....O 28..........L...........23..........0..........Lexington, Va. 1907.....O 5............L...........58..........0..........Lexington, Va. 1908.....O 3............L...........21..........0..........Lexington, Va. 1909.....O 9............L............6...........0..........Lexington, Va. 1910.....O 15..........L...........55..........0..........Lexington, Va. 1913.....O 4............L...........33..........3..........Lexington, Va. 1914.....O 10..........L...........38..........0..........Lexington, Va. 1915.....O 2............L...........19..........6..........Lexington, Va. 1916.....O 7............L...........66..........0..........Lexington, Va. 1917.....O 7............L...........53..........0..........Lexington, Va. 1919.....O 10..........L...........21..........3..........Richmond, Va. 1932.....N 5...........W...........7..........20.............Norfolk, Va. 1933.....N 4...........W...........0..........14.............Norfolk, Va. 1934.....N 3............L...........13..........6..............Norfolk, Va. 1935.....N 2............L...........19..........0........... Williamsburg 1936.....N 7............L...........21..........0........... Williamsburg 1937.....O 2............L...........20..........9..............Norfolk, Va. 1938.....O 22..........L...........14..........0........... Williamsburg 1940.....N 2............T............0...........0..........Lexington, Va. 1941.....N 8...........W...........0..........21.........Lexington, Va. 1942.....N 14.........W...........6..........27.............Norfolk, Va. 1944.....N 18.........W...........0..........26......Portsmouth, Va. 1945.....O 20.........W...........9..........13.........Richmond, Va. 1946.....O 26.........W...........0..........41.......... Williamsburg 1947.....N 8...........W..........20.........28.......... Williamsburg 1948.....O 9...........W...........0..........31...........Norfolk, Va.1 1949.....O 8...........W...........6..........54.......... Williamsburg 1950.....S 23...........L...........25.........19........... Roanoke, Va. 1951.....O 6............L...........20..........7........... Williamsburg

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1952.....S 20..........W..........13.........34........... Roanoke, Va. 1953.....N 7............L...........20.........19........... Roanoke, Va. 1954.....N 6............L...........21..........0............ Roanoke, Va. 1955.....O 29.........W..........13.........20.......... Williamsburg 1956.....N 3............L...........20..........6......... Lynchburg, Va. 1957.....O 19..........L...........14.........13.......... Williamsburg 1958.....O 11..........T............6...........6...........Bluefield, WV 1959.....O 17..........L...........26..........7............Norfolk, Va.1 1960.....S 17...........L...........33.........21.......... Williamsburg 1961.....O 28..........L...........14..........7........... Williamsburg 1962.....O 27..........L............6...........0..........Lexington, Va. 1963.....N 2............L...........26..........6........... Williamsburg 1964.....S 19..........W..........12.........14.........Lexington, Va. 1965.....S 18..........W..........21.........32.......... Williamsburg 1966.....O 29.........W..........15.........22.........Lexington, Va. 1967.....O 7...........W..........28.........33.......Richmond, Va.2 1968.....O 26.........W..........10.........20.........Lexington, Va. 1969.....O 25.........W..........17.........25.......... Williamsburg 1970.....O 17.........W..........10.........24.........Lexington, Va. 1971.....O 23.........W...........7..........12.......... Williamsburg 1972.....O 21.........W...........3..........31.........Lexington, Va. 1973.....O 27.........W..........14.........45.......... Williamsburg 1974.....O 26..........L...........31.........20.........Lexington, Va. 1975.....N 11.........W...........7..........13.........Lexington, Va. 1976.....S 11..........W..........20.........34.......... Williamsburg 1977.....S 10...........L...........23.........13.........Lexington, Va. 1978.....S 9............W...........3..........10.......... Williamsburg 1979.....S 8.............L............7...........3..........Lexington, Va. 1980.....S 13...........L...........13.........10.......... Williamsburg 1981.....S 26...........L...........31.........14.........Lexington, Va. 1982.....S 18..........W..........12.........24.......... Williamsburg 1983.....S 10..........W..........14.........28.........Lexington, Va. 1984.....S 8............W..........13.........24.......... Williamsburg 1985.....O 26..........L...........39.........38.........Lexington, Va. 1986.....S 13..........W..........22.........37.......... Williamsburg 1987.....O 31.........W...........6..........17...........Norfolk, Va.1 1988.....S 10..........W...........7..........30.......... Williamsburg 1989.....S 16..........W..........17.........24.........Lexington, Va. 1990.....O 13.........W..........47.........59...........Norfolk, Va.1 1991.....O 12.........W..........26.........40.........Lexington, Va. 1992.....S 12..........W..........16.........21.......... Williamsburg 1993.....O 2...........W...........6..........49...........Norfolk, Va.1 1994.....S 24..........W...........7..........45.......... Williamsburg 1995.....S 30..........W...........7..........27.........Lexington, Va. 1996.....S 14..........W..........21.........40.......... Williamsburg 1997.....S 13..........W..........12.........41........Lexington, Va.. 1998.....S 12..........W...........0..........49.......... Williamsburg 1999.....O 23.........W..........14.........35.........Lexington, Va. 2000.....S 9............W..........15.........55.......... Williamsburg 2001 ....S 8............W...........0..........34.........Lexington, Va. 2002.....S 14..........W..........31.........62.......... Williamsburg 2003.....S 13..........W..........24.........34.........Lexington, Va. 2004.....S 25..........W...........6..........42.......... Williamsburg 2005.....S 10..........W...........7..........41.........Lexington, Va. 2006.....S 23..........W...........6..........38.......... Williamsburg 2007.....S 8............W..........16.........63.........Lexington, Va. 2008.....S 13..........W..........17.........52.......... Williamsburg 2010.....S 11..........W...........0..........45.......... Williamsburg

1985.....S 28..........W..........14.........31.......... Williamsburg 1986.....O 25..........L...........42.........33.... Harrisonburg, Va. 1987.....O 24..........L...........28.........22.......... Williamsburg 1988.....S 24..........W...........3..........10.... Harrisonburg, Va. 1989.....N 11.........W..........21.........24.......... Williamsburg 1990.....N 10.........W..........21.........31.... Harrisonburg, Va. 1991.....S 28...........L...........29.........28.......... Williamsburg 1992.....O 31..........L...........21.........14.... Harrisonburg, Va. 1993.....O 30.........W..........26.........30.......... Williamsburg 1994.....O 22..........L...........33..........7..... Harrisonburg, Va. 1995.....S 9.............L...........24.........17.......... Williamsburg 1996.....O 12..........L...........26.........21.... Harrisonburg, Va. 1997.....O 11.........W..........25.........38.......... Williamsburg 1998.....O 17.........W..........12.........24.... Harrisonburg, Va. 1999.....O 16..........L...........30.........20.......... Williamsburg 2000.....O 21..........L...........28.........14.... Harrisonburg, Va. 2001.....N 10.........W..........10.........17.......... Williamsburg 2002.....N 16......L (OT).......34.........31.... Harrisonburg, Va. 2003.....O 18..........L...........24.........17.......... Williamsburg 2004.....N 13.........W..........24.........27.... Harrisonburg, Va. *2004...Dec. 10......L...........48.........34.......... Williamsburg 2005.....N 5............L...........30.........29.......... Williamsburg 2006.....O 21..........L...........31.........17.... Harrisonburg, Va. 2007.....N 10..........L...........55.........34.......... Williamsburg 2008.....N 15..........L...........48.........24.... Harrisonburg, Va. 2009.....O 24.........W...........3..........24.......... Williamsburg 2010.....N 13..........L...........30.........24.... Harrisonburg, Va.

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Villanova Series Record: W&M leads, 15-13-1 Series in Williamsburg: W&M leads, 11-3-1 Series in Villanova: Villanova leads, 10-4 1966.....O 8...........W..........14.........34.......... Williamsburg 1968.....N 2...........W..........12.........33.......... Williamsburg 1969.....N 15..........L...........35.........21.......... Villanova, Pa. 1972.....S 23...........L...........20.........17.......... Villanova, Pa. 1973.....O 6...........W..........21.........33.......... Williamsburg 1977.....O 1...........W...........8..........28.......... Williamsburg 1978.....S 23..........W..........17.........21.......... Villanova, Pa. 1988.....O 22..........T...........14.........14.......... Williamsburg 1989.....O 21..........L...........20.........17.......... Villanova, Pa. 1990.....S 15..........W..........14.........37.......... Williamsburg 1991.....O 26..........L...........35.........21.......... Villanova, Pa. 1993.....O 23.........W..........17.........51.......... Williamsburg 1994.....O 29.........W..........28.........53.......... Villanova, Pa. 1995.....O 28.........W..........15.........18.......... Williamsburg 1996.....O 19.........W..........21.........30.......... Villanova, Pa. 1997.....O 25..........L...........20.........13.......... Williamsburg 1998.....S 26...........L...........45.........28.......... Villanova, Pa. 1999.....O 9...........W..........10.........45.......... Williamsburg 2000.....N 11..... W (OT)......41.........48.......... Villanova, Pa. 2001.....S 15..........W..........44.........47.......... Williamsburg 2002 ....N 2............L...........41.........20.......... Villanova, Pa. 2004.....N 6...........W..........29.........37.......... Williamsburg 2005.....O 29..........L...........35.........21.......... Villanova, Pa. 2006.....O 28..........L...........35.........31.......... Williamsburg 2007.....O 6............L...........63.........24.......... Villanova, Pa. 2008.....O 4............L...........38.........28.......... Williamsburg 2009.....O 3............L...........28.........17.......... Villanova, Pa. *2009...D 11..........L...........14.........13.......... Villanova, Pa. 2010.....O 2...........W..........24.........30.......... Williamsburg

James Madison Series Record: JMU leads, 18-15 Series in Williamsburg: W&M leads, 10-8 Series in Harrisonburg: JMU leads, 10-5 1978.....O 14.........W...........7..........32.......... Williamsburg 1979.....O 6...........W...........0..........33.......... Williamsburg 1981.....O 31.........W..........19.........31.......... Williamsburg 1982.....O 23..........L...........24.........18.... Harrisonburg, Va. 1983.....O 15.........W..........21.........24.......... Williamsburg 1984.....S 29..........W..........10.........20.... Harrisonburg, Va.

Delaware Series Record: UD leads, 20-15 Series in Williamsburg: W&M leads, 10-9 Series in Newark: Delaware leads, 11-5 1915.....N 25..........L...........93..........0............ Newark, Del. 1923.....N 10.........W...........0..........14.......... Williamsburg 1976.....O 9............L...........15.........13.......... Williamsburg 1979.....O 27..........L...........40..........0............ Newark, Del. 1980.....O 25..........L............7...........3........... Williamsburg 1982.....O 30..........L...........62.........21........... Newark, Del.

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New Hampshire Series Record: W&M leads, 12-2 Series in Williamsburg: W&M leads, 7-1 Series in Durham: W&M leads, 5-1 1988.....O 15.........W..........31.........33.......... Williamsburg 1993.....S 4............W..........14.........27.......... Williamsburg 1995.....S 23..........W...........0..........39..........Durham, N.H. 1996.....O 5...........W...........7..........31.......... Williamsburg 1997.....S 20...........L...........24.........22......... Durham, N.C.. 1998.....O 24..........L...........31.........19.......... Williamsburg 2001.....S 29..........W..........28.........38.......... Williamsburg 2002.....O 19.........W..........27.........34.........Durham, N.H.. 2003.....N 15.........W..........28.........38.......... Williamsburg 2004.....S 18..........W...........7...........9..........Durham, N.H.. 2005.....O 8...........W..........10.........42.......... Williamsburg 2008.....O 11.........W..........34.........38..........Durham, N.H. 2009.....N 14.........W..........17.........20.......... Williamsburg 2010.....N 6...........W...........3..........13..........Durham, N.H. Towson Series Record: W&M leads, 7-0 Series in Williamsburg: W&M leads, 4-0 Series in Towson: W&M leads, 3-0 1992.....O 17.........W..........15.........43.......... Williamsburg 2004.....O 30.........W..........16.........41........... Towson, Md. 2005.....O 22.........W..........13.........44.......... Williamsburg 2006.....N 4 ..........W..........28.........29........... Towson, Md. 2007.....S 29..........W..........22.........27.......... Williamsburg 2008.....N 1...........W..........14.........34........... Towson, Md. 2009.....N 7...........W...........0..........31.......... Williamsburg Rhode Island Series Record: W&M leads, 12-2 Series in Williamsburg: W&M leads, 6-1 Series in Kingston: W&M leads, 6-1 1994.....S 4............W..........17.........38.......... Kingston, R.I. 1995.....O 7...........W..........14.........23.......... Williamsburg 1996.....S 7............W..........16.........23.......... Kingston, R.I. 1998.....S 5............W..........13.........21.......... Kingston, R.I. 1999.....N 6...........W...........6..........24.......... Kingston, R.I. 2000.....O 7...........W..........16.........26.......... Williamsburg 2001.....O 13..........L...........34.........31.......... Kingston, R.I. 2002.....N 9...........W...........6..........44.......... Williamsburg

2003.....O 25.........W..........24.........37.......... Kingston, R.I. 2004.....O 16.........W..........24.........31.......... Williamsburg 2005.....S 17...........L...........48.........29.......... Kingston, R.I. 2008.....O 25.........W..........24.........34.......... Williamsburg 2009.....O 31.........W..........14.........39.......... Kingston, R.I. 2010.....O 9...........W...........7..........26.......... Kingston, R.I. Old Dominion Series Record: W&M leads, 1-0 Series in Williamsburg: 0-0 Series in Norfolk: W&M leads, 1-0 2010.....S 18..........W..........17.........21.............Norfolk, Va. Richmond Series Record: W&M leads, 60-55-5 Series in Williamsburg: W&M leads, 21-17 Series in Richmond: W&M leads, 39-34-5 Series at Neutral Sites: Richmond leads, 4-0 1898.....N 19..........L...........15..........0..........Richmond, Va. 1899.....O 21..........L...........14..........0..........Richmond, Va. 1901.....N 9............L...........27.........11.......... Williamsburg 1903.....N 14..........L...........24..........0..........Richmond, Va. 1904.....N 4...........W...........6..........15.......... Williamsburg 1905.....O 11..........T............0...........0..........Richmond, Va. 1905.....O 18.........W...........0...........4..........Richmond, Va. 1905.....N 8............L...........23..........4..........Richmond, Va. 1906.....N 3............L...........24..........0........... Williamsburg 1906.....N 28..........L............6...........0.....Newport News, Va. 1907.....N 28..........L...........48..........0.....Newport News, Va. 1908.....N 21.........W..........18.........21.........Richmond, Va. 1909.....N 20.........W...........0..........15.........Richmond, Va. 1910.....N 19.........W...........6..........18.........Richmond, Va. 1911.....N 11.........W...........0...........3........... Williamsburg 1912.....N 9............L...........20..........0..........Richmond, Va. 1913.....N 8............L...........23.........13.....Newport News, Va. 1913.....N 22..........L...........20.........13.......... Williamsburg 1914.....O 24..........L............7...........3........... Williamsburg 1914.....N 21..........L...........32..........0..........Richmond, Va. 1915.....O 23..........L...........28..........0........... Williamsburg 1915.....N 20..........L...........40..........0..........Richmond, Va. 1916.....O 28..........T............0...........0..........Richmond, Va. 1916.....N 18..........L...........48..........0........... Williamsburg 1917.....O 13..........L...........19..........0..........Richmond, Va. 1917.....N 17..........L...........28..........0........... Williamsburg 1918.....N 30..........L............7...........0........... Williamsburg 1919.....O 18.........W...........0...........7........... Williamsburg 1919.....N 8............L...........17..........0..........Richmond, Va. 1919.....N 28..........L...........21..........0..........Richmond, Va. 1920.....O 20..........L...........13..........0..............Norfolk, Va. 1921.....N 24..........L...........17..........7..........Richmond, Va. 1922.....N 30..........L...........13..........3........... Williamsburg 1923.....N 29.........W...........6..........27.........Richmond, Va. 1924.....N 27.........W...........6..........20.........Richmond, Va. 1925.....N 25.........W...........0..........14.........Richmond, Va. 1926.....N 25.........W...........0..........14.........Richmond, Va. 1927.....N 23..........T............0...........0..........Richmond, Va. 1928.....N 19.........W...........0...........7..........Richmond, Va. 1929.....N 28.........W...........0..........25.........Richmond, Va. 1930.....N 24.........W...........0..........19.........Richmond, Va. 1931.....N 26..........L............6...........2..........Richmond, Va. 1932.....N 24..........L...........18..........7..........Richmond, Va. 1933.....N 26.........W...........0...........6..........Richmond, Va. 1934.....N 29..........L............6...........0..........Richmond, Va. 1935.....N 28..........T............6...........6..........Richmond, Va. 1936.....N 26..........L............7...........0..........Richmond, Va. 1937.....N 25..........L............6...........0..........Richmond, Va. 1938.....N 24..........L...........10..........7..........Richmond, Va. 1939.....N 25.........W...........0...........7..........Richmond, Va. 1940.....N 21.........W...........0..........16.........Richmond, Va. 1941.....N 20.........W...........3..........33.........Richmond, Va. 1942.....N 26.........W...........0..........10.........Richmond, Va. 1944.....N 30.........W...........0..........40.........Richmond, Va. 1945.....N 22.........W...........0..........33.........Richmond, Va.

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1983.....S 17...........L...........30.........13.......... Williamsburg 1984.....S 15..........W..........21.........23........... Newark, Del. 1985.....S 21..........W..........16.........17.......... Williamsburg 1986.....O 18.........W..........18.........24........... Newark, Del. *1986...N 29..........L...........51.........17.......... Williamsburg 1987.....O 17..........L...........38.........14.......... Williamsburg 1988.....O 8............L...........38.........35........... Newark, Del. 1989.....O 7...........W..........24.........27.......... Williamsburg 1990.....O 6...........W..........12.........22........... Newark, Del. 1991.....S 14...........L...........28.........21.......... Williamsburg 1993.....S 11...........L...........42.........35........... Newark, Del. 1994.....S 10..........W...........7..........31.......... Williamsburg 1995.....N 4............L...........23.........20........... Newark, Del. 1996.....O 19..... W (OT).......7..........10.......... Williamsburg 1997.....N 1............L...........14..........0............ Newark, Del. 1998.....O 10.........W..........45.........52.......... Williamsburg 1999.....S 2........L (2 OT).....34.........27........... Newark, Del. 2000.....O 14..........L...........28.........17.......... Williamsburg 2001.....O 21.........W..........17.........21........... Newark, Del. 2002.....S 28..........W..........42.........45.......... Williamsburg 2003.....O 4............L...........41.........27........... Newark, Del. 2004.....O 23..........L...........31.........28........... Newark, Del. *2004...D 4......W (2 OT).....38.........44.......... Williamsburg 2005.....N 12..........L...........22.........21.......... Williamsburg 2006.....N 11..........L...........28.........14........... Newark, Del. 2007.....A 30..........L...........49.........31.......... Williamsburg 2008.....O 18.........W...........3..........27........... Newark, Del. 2009.....S 26..........W..........20.........30.......... Williamsburg 2010.....O 23.........W..........16.........17.......... Williamsburg

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2011 CAA COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

Thursday, September 1 Massachusetts at Holy Cross New Hampshire at Toledo Villanova at Temple Saturday, September 3 Delaware at Navy James Madison at North Carolina Bryant at Maine Campbell at Old Dominion Richmond at Duke Morgan State at Towson William and Mary at Virginia Saturday, September 10 *Villanova at Towson West Chester at Delaware Central Connecticut State at James Madison Maine at Pittsburgh New Hampshire at Lehigh Old Dominion at Georgia State Rhode Island at Syracuse Wagner at Richmond William and Mary at VMI Saturday, September 17 *Rhode Island at Massachusetts Delaware State at Delaware James Madison at Liberty Maine at Albany Hampton at Old Dominion VMI at Richmond Monmouth at Villanova New Haven at William and Mary Saturday, September 24 *Old Dominion at Delaware *James Madison at William and Mary *New Hampshire at Richmond Massachusetts at Boston College Fordham at Rhode Island Colgate at Towson Villanova at Penn

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Saturday, October 1 *Delaware at Maine *Richmond at James Madison *William and Mary at Villanova *Massachusetts at Old Dominion Holy Cross at New Hampshire Rhode Island at Brown Towson at Maryland Saturday, October 8 *William and Mary at Delaware *Maine at James Madison *Villanova at New Hampshire *Old Dominion at Rhode Island *Richmond at Towson Central Connecticut State at Massachusetts Saturday, October 15 *Massachusetts at Delaware *Villanova at James Madison *Rhode Island at Maine *New Hampshire at William and Mary *Towson at Old Dominion Saturday, October 22 *Delaware at Rhode Island *Maine at Richmond *New Hampshire vs UMass *Old Dominion at Villanova *Towson at William and Mary Saturday, October 29 *Delaware at Towson *James Madison at Old Dominion *Maine at Villanova *Massachusetts at Richmond *Rhode Island at New Hampshire

Saturday, November 12 *Richmond at Delaware *Rhode Island at James Madison *Massachusetts at Maine *New Hampshire at Towson *Old Dominion at William and Mary Saturday, November 19 *Delaware at Villanova *James Madison at Massachusetts *Maine at New Hampshire *Towson at Rhode Island *William and Mary at Richmond Saturday, November 26 NCAA Division I Football Championship First Round Saturday, December 3 NCAA Division I Football Championship Second Round Saturday, December 10 NCAA Division I Football Championship Quarterfinals Friday & Saturday, December 16 & 17 NCAA Division I Football Championship Semifinals Tuesday or Wednesday, December 6 or 7 NCAA Division I Football Championship Title Game (Pizza Hut Park; Frisco, Texas)

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Head Coach HEAD COACH JIMMYE LAYCOCK

Jimmye Laycock 32nd Season • 208-145-2 Few

schools feature a better match at the helm of its program than the College of William and Mary has with Jimmye Laycock. In a tenure that now stretches into its fourth decade, Laycock has worked hand-in-hand with the College’s world-class academic tradition to fashion a program that is a point of pride for the campus, alumni and community. Laycock is one of the nation’s longest tenured and most respected head coaches. He has authored a school-record 208 wins (against 145 losses and two ties) and 21 winning ledgers since first taking over the program in 1980. The Tribe has also appeared in 17 postseason contests with Laycock at the helm and advanced to the NCAA Semifinals twice in the last seven years. While consistent success is the trademark of the Laycock era, the current class of seniors has put together 26 wins in the last three years, tying it for the most successful three-year run in program history (with the 1992-94 group). Laycock has guided the current group of student-athletes to backto-back NCAA Playoff appearances. Additionally, William and Mary is coming off a 2010 season that saw the College capture its fourth conference crown since 1996. On June 21, 2008, the College dedicated the $11 million Jimmye Laycock Football Center with a ceremony that featured more than 500 friends and alumni of the program. While the building carries his name and stands as a strong symbol of what Laycock has meant to the Tribe, it makes a stronger statement about the school’s commitment to football and the program’s proud tradition. The state-of-the-art center provides the College with one of the finest facilities in the Football Championship Subdivision and, paired with Laycock’s steady leadership, gives the Tribe the necessary resources to compete at the highest level. As the architect of what is easily the most extended run of success in William and Mary’s 116-year football history, Laycock has never compromised academic standards for athletic success, as his program earned recognition from the NCAA in each of the first seven seasons the organization has awarded outstanding academic achievement. When Laycock, a 1970 grad, returned to coach his alma mater prior to the 1980 season, he inherited a program that had won six or more games in a season just four times in the previous 25 years. Few could have predicted that the College would produce four times that amount of seven-win seasons over the next 30-plus seasons. The accumulated successes, both on and off the field, have led to an era of unprecedented interest and support for his program. Evidence of this is provided in the fact the Tribe averaged more than 10,000 fans per game over the last five seasons. During Laycock’s tenure, the fans at Zable have consistently been treated to a winner on the field, as the program’s mentor ranks in the top 10 of all active FCS head coaches in terms of career wins. Laycock is also second among active conference head coaches in career league wins with 88. “William and Mary sets the stage to Laycock has made the home turf in Zable Stadium into unfriendly territory for address the challenges you face. Coach opponents as the Tribe has won 72.1 per- Jimmye Laycock has been the blueprint cent of its games (112-43-1) in Williams- for me. He is what the job of coaching burg in the last 27 years. Including last season, W&M has turned in nine undefeated is all about.” regular season home campaigns. Individual accomplishments under Mike Tomlin ‘95 Laycock have been plentiful, as he has also Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach tutored 36 players to 92 All-America honors from the William and Mary ranks and has coached 11 Academic All-Americans. Former quarterback Lang Campbell is the most decorated of all, as the 2004 season saw him earn the prestigious Payton Award, given annually to the nation’s top offensive player in the FCS ranks, consensus first team All-America honors, as well as the A-10’s Offensive Player of the Year and Scholar-Athlete of the Year. With a school-record tying 15 total all-conference recognitions in 2010, the Tribe has produced an astounding 176 all-conference selections since 1993. Aside from the individual accolades, the 2010 season was especially remarkable for several reasons, not the least of which is that the team finished the regular season as CAA Co-Champions and earned the nation’s No. 2 overall seed for the NCAA Playoffs. Additionally, the squad defeated three top 10 teams in the regular season (including knocking off No. 1, No. 2 and No. 8 in the span of five weeks). It reached a school-record No. 1 national ranking on the November 8th Sports Network Poll and went on to finish in the top 10 in the final poll. All of this success came despite the fact William and Mary was forced to shuffle THREE different QBs into the starting line-up, due to injury. For his efforts, Laycock was named as the AFCA Region I Coach of the Year.

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Laycock by the Numbers

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Laycock has led W&M to the FCS Semifinals twice in the last seven seasons. W&M recorded a school-record 11 wins during both campaigns, while it also finished the year ranked No. 3 in the nation in 2010. Under Laycock’s watch, the Tribe has recorded nine playoff appearances. The College has advanced at least as far as the quarterfinals in four of those trips.

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The 2009 campaign was exceptionally remarkable journey for the College’s faithful, as well. The Tribe equaled a school record with 11 victories and advanced to the NCAA Semifinals for the second time in school history. En route to being ranked as high as third nationally in the final polls, the College led the nation in rushing defense by surrendering just 61.14 yards per game – a school record. Additionally, W&M ranked second nationally in total defense (229.79) and scoring defense (12.07), while it ranked third in sacks (3.43) and eighth in tackles for a loss (8.00). Laycock also became part of the exclusive 200-win club as he became just the 13 FCS head coach to reach the milestone with the NCAA Quarterfinal victory at top-ranked Southern Illinois. Prior to the ’09 season, the 2004 campaign highlighted Laycock’s resume as W&M established the school record for wins (11), won the Atlantic 10 Football Conference’s (now CAA) automatic NCAA bid, hosted a NCAA semifinal game before a standing room only crowd at Zable Stadium in front of a national television audience and finished the year with a school-record No. 3 final national ranking. Along the way, a bevy of school single-season records fell; total points (486), total yards (6,044) and home wins (seven), to name just a few. But, none of these achievements spoke more succinctly to Laycock’s approach than the program’s 100 percent official NCAA graduation-rate report for all student-athletes receiving athletics aid in 2004. This showed W&M graduated all of its scholarship football players who entered the program as freshmen during the 1997-98 school year. The Tribe not only carried the highest graduation rate in the conference, but also was far and away the top figure of any team ranked in the final national top 25 for that season. To prove this lofty number was no fluke, the team repeated the feat just two years later, as the 1999-2001 cohort also graduated at 100 percent. When looking at the NCAA Division I FCS ranks, the Tribe’s stellar 193-92-2 (.676) record against fellow Championship Division foes during Laycock’s career also confirms the success of his formula. The College also boasts an 88-58 mark in league play.

Having produced three NFL Draft picks - and three free agent signees - during the past four years, Laycock has now helped 28 Tribe players earn contracts with NFL teams. Thirty-six players have earned 92 All-America honors during Laycock’s tenure at the College. Highlighting the long list of honorees is Lang Campbell (‘05), who won the prestigious Payton Award in 2004. Since 1993, Laycock has helped Tribe players garner 176 all-conference honors. The past two seasons have been especially impressive, with 12 players earning a school-record 15 all-league honors both years.

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Laycock enters his 32nd season at the helm of the William and Mary football program with 208 career victories - an impressive total that ranks him as the sixth-winningest active FCS coach. Additionally, only Joe Paterno (Penn State, 46) and Bob Ford (Albany, 39) have longer tenures at their respective schools than Laycock.

Jimmye Laycock Year-by-Year Season 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

Overall Conference W L T Pct. Pts Opp W L T Pct. Pts Opp Finish Postseason 2 9 0 .182 117 254 5 6 0 .455 192 278 3 8 0 .273 204 333 6 5 0 .545 259 320 6 5 0 .545 261 285 7 4 0 .636 276 287 9 3 0 .750 352 297 NCAA First Round 5 6 0 .455 232 272 6 4 1 .591 260 230 Epson Ivy Bowl 8 3 1 .773 286 261 NCAA First Round 10 3 0 .769 467 322 NCAA Quarterfinals 5 6 0 .455 343 320 9 2 0 .818 328 205 Epson Ivy Bowl 9 3 0 .750 442 220 7 1 0 .875 320 173 First^ NCAA First Round 8 3 0 .727 274 210 6 2 0 .750 198 140 Tied-1st^ 7 4 0 .636 276 184 5 3 0 .625 185 103 Tied-3rd^ 10 3 0 .769 394 214 7 1 0 .875 194 110 First^/A-10 Champs NCAA Quarterfinals 7 4 0 .636 254 203 4 4 0 .500 153 157 Tied-4th^ 7 4 0 .636 346 315 4 4 0 .500 211 243 Tied-2nd^ 6 5 0 .545 295 266 5 3 0 .625 245 162 Tied-4th 5 6 0 .455 268 314 4 4 0 .500 196 213 Tied-4th 8 4 0 .667 362 295 7 2 0 .778 278 217 Tied-1st/A-10 Champs NCAA First Round 6 5 0 .545 326 284 5 4 0 .556 247 187 Fifth 5 5 0 .500 287 299 4 4 0 .500 229 219 Sixth 11 3 0 .786 486 373 7 1 0 .875 249 180 First*/A-10 Champs NCAA Semifinals 5 6 0 .455 358 283 3 5 0 .375 237 240 Tied-3rd* 3 8 0 .273 209 283 1 7 0 .125 143 237 Sixth* 4 7 0 .364 319 427 2 6 0 .250 205 326 Fifth* 7 4 0 .636 361 264 5 3 0 .625 243 201 Third* 11 3 0 .786 366 169 6 2 0 .750 205 109 Third* NCAA Semifinals 8 4 0 .667 297 200 6 2 0 .750 199 131 Tied-1st/CAA Champs NCAA Second Round 208 145 2 .589 88 58 0 .603 4 A-10/CAA Titles 9 NCAA Playoff Berths

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The 2001 campaign stood as a testament to Laycock’s program’s stability, as the team rebounded from a then nine-year low 5-6 record in 2000 to post an 8-4 mark, claiming a share of the Atlantic 10 Crown and earning a spot in the NCAA Division I-AA Playoffs. The 1996 campaign is another prime example of how Laycock has perpetuated a winning tradition within W&M’s rigorous classroom standards, as he led a youth-laden squad to a quarterfinal showing in the NCAA playoffs, a 10-3 overall record (7-1 in league play), the Tribe’s first Yankee Conference Championship (now CAA), and a fifth-place national ranking. One trademark of a Laycock-coached team is a prolific and intricate offensive attack. The Tribe offense has averaged nearly 400 yards a game over Laycock’s 31 previous years in the program. Prior to the deep playoff runs in recent years, the 1990 season stood as the benchmark for the Tribe program. That season, Laycock was honored by his peers as Coach of the Year in Region II and the state of Virginia for guiding the Tribe to 10 wins and an appearance in the quarterfinals of the Division I-AA playoffs. That 1990 squad, ranked No. 7 in the final NCAA poll, refashioned many pages in the school record book. W&M led the country in total offense by averaging almost 500

Winningest Active NCAA FCS Coaches

(By Victories - Through 2010) 1. Bob Ford (Albany, 42) 2. Jerry Moore (Appalachian State, 29) 3. Joe Taylor (Florida A&M, 28) 4. Al Bagnoli (Penn, 29) 5. Andy Talley (Villanova, 31) 6. Jimmye Laycock (W&M, 31) 7. Walt Hameline (Wagner, 30) 8. Rob Ash (Montana St., 31) 9. Mike Ayers (Wofford, 26) 10. K.C. Keeler (Delaware, 18)

247 226 219 217 216 208 200 195 165 162

Division I Coaches Most Years at Current Schools 1. Joe Paterno (Penn State, 1966-2011) 46 2. Bob Ford (Albany, 1973-2011) 39 3. Jimmye Laycock (W&M, 1980-2011) 32

Career CAA Football Coaching Victories

1. Andy Talley* (VU, 1985- ) 112 2. Bill Bowes (UNH, 1972-98) 97 3. “Tubby” Raymond (UD, 1966-01) 89 4. Jimmye Laycock* (W&M, 1993- ) 88 5. Jim Reid (UMass, 1986-91, UR, 95-03) 61 Jack Cosgrove* (UM, 1993- ) 61 7. Mickey Matthews* (JMU, 1999- ) 58 8. Sean McDonnell* (UNH, 1999- ) 53 9. Don Brown (NU, 2000-03, UMass, 2003-08) 47 10. K.C. Keeler* (UD, 2002- ) 42 Tom Jackson (UC, 1983-93) 42 *Active CAA Football Coaches

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yards per game and claimed the Lambert Cup for I-AA su- for 1,366 yards. premacy in the East. Even the Virginia General Assembly Laycock’s first full-time coaching position came at The passed a resolution commending Laycock’s accomplish- Citadel as the offensive backfield coach under Bobby Ross, ments. The Tribe’s 1996 squad led the conference in both who went on to coach the NFL’s San Diego Chargers and Detotal offense and defense en route to earning its own Lam- troit Lions. In 1975, Memphis State tabbed Laycock as its bert Cup and ECAC Team of the Year honors. quarterback’s coach and he helped the Tigers to consecutive After some lean years early in his tenure, Laycock’s 7-4 records. teams began building respectability among all opponents. In 1977, Laycock traveled to Clemson to serve as ofAfter a pair of 6-5 seasons, W&M carved out a 7-4 mark in fensive coordinator for three years. During his tenure, he 1985 and a national ranking of No. 16. The winning ways helped the Tigers fashion records of 8-3-1, 11-1 and 8-4. continued in 1986 with a 9-3 record and an eighth-place Clemson played bowl games in each year, defeating Ohio final ranking. In that season, the Tribe advanced to the I-AA State 17-15 in the 1978 Gator Bowl. At that time, Laycock playoffs for the first time and had three players drafted by coached two-time All-ACC performer Steve Fuller, the Tiger the NFL. quarterback who later played in the NFL, and Dwight Clark, Although William and Mary dipped to a 5-6 slate in an All-Pro receiver for the San Francisco 49ers. 1987, the Tribe recovered to post a 6-4-1 overall record in A native Virginian, Laycock played football, basketball 1988. That memorable season climaxed with a trip to Ja- and baseball at Loudoun Valley High School, where he won pan and a 73-3 victory over the Japanese College All-Stars 12 letters and has since had his number retired and been in the first Epson Ivy Bowl. The Tribe returned to the NCAAs inducted into the school’s Athletics Hall of Fame. Laycock in 1989 with an 8-2-1 regular season record. was also inducted into the Hampton Roads Sports Hall of The Tribe is well represented in the pro ranks, as the Fame in the fall of 2010. He was inducted alongside local 2010 squad produced two draft picks (Adrian Tracy, sixth- boxing legend, Pernell “Sweat Pea” Whitaker and NFL Allround to New York Giants and Sean Lissemore, seventh- Pro defensive back Kenny Easley, among others. Laycock is married to Deidre Connelly, a sports psyround to Dallas Cowboys) and three additional free agent signees (R.J. Archer, Minnesota; David Caldwell, Indianapo- chology consultant at the College. They have three children: lis; and D.J. McAulay, New York Giants). One-year earlier, Michael, Mimi and James. 2008 team captain Derek Cox was drafted in the third round Laycock’s daughter Melanie is married to Doug Johnof the 2009 NFL Draft by the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Col- son and is a school administrator in Atlanta, Ga. The couple lege is also represented in the NFL by four-time Pro Bowl has a 1-year-old daughter, Grail. free safety Darren Sharper (New Orleans Saints), a second round draft pick of the Green Bay in 1997, and Mike Leach (Arizona Cardinals). The College has had a total of 11 players sign free agent contracts after their senior season since the end of the 2004; Lang Campbell (2005, Cleveland Browns), Laycock At a Glance Dominique Thomspon (2005, St. Louis Rams), Adam O’Connor Personal (2007, Carolina Panthers), Drew Birth Date: February 6, 1948 Atchison (2008, Dallas Cowboys) Hometown: Hamilton, Va. and Mike Potts (2008, Pittsburgh Alma Mater: William and Mary (1970) Steelers). Former all-conference Graduate Degree: Clemson (1972) defensive back Billy Parker conWife: Deidre Connelly tinues to play professionally, as Children: Melanie, Michael, Mimi, James he is a starting cornerback for Grand Child: Grail two-time defending Canadian League Football Champion MonPlaying Career treal Alouettes. Michael Clem1962-66 Loudoun Valley High School ons (Class of 1987) had been 12 varsity letters (football, basketball, baseball) one of the CFL’s most explosive players after joining the Toronto 1966-69 College of William and Mary Argonauts in 1989, and now Lettered at both defensive back and quarterback serves as the team’s Vice Chair. As a 1970 graduate of the Coaching Career College, Laycock played football 1970 Offensive coach, Newport News High School under two gurus of the game. 1971-72 Graduate Assistant, Clemson University For three years, he learned the 1973-74 Offensive Backfield Coach, The Citadel details under the watchful eyes 1975-76 Quarterbacks Coach, Memphis State of Marv Levy, the legendary 1977-79 Offensive Coordinator, Clemson University Gator Bowl (1977, 1978), Peach Bowl (1979) former head coach of the Buffalo 1980- Head Coach, College of William and Mary Bills. In his last season, Hall of NCAA Playoffs (1986, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1996, 2001, 2004, 2009, 2010) Fame coach Lou Holtz schooled Lambert Cup (1990, 1996) Laycock in the finer aspects ECAC Team of the Year (1990, 1996) of psyche and motivation. As Epson Ivy Bowl (1988, 1992) a sophomore, Laycock was a Region II Coach of the Year (1990) starter in the defensive second Virginia Coach of the Year (1990) ary, but he was soon switched Richmond Touchdown Club Coach of the Year (2001, 2009) to quarterback where he com AFCA FCS Region 1 Coach of the Year (2010) pleted 96 of 218 career passes

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Laycock Era Highlights ...

Laycock vs. The Nation

• Jimmye Laycock enters his 32nd season as the Tribe’s head coach in 2011. The school’s all-time winningest coach, Laycock has compiled a 208-145-2 career record at W&M. • Among active Division I (FBS and FCS) head coaches, Laycock’s 208 victories rank 11th. The total also ranks inside the top 20 of active coaches in all divisions. Among only active FCS head coaches, Laycock’s total is sixth.

• In 2010, W&M earned the program’s first No. 1 national ranking en route to making its second consecutive NCAA Playoff appearance • In 2009, W&M equaled school records with 11 wins and a No. 3 final national ranking, made its 10th postseason appearance under Laycock, and advanced to the NCAA Semifinals for the second time in six seasons. • In 2004, W&M set a school record with 11 victories and advanced to the NCAA Semifinals for the first time in school history en route to earning a No. 3 final national ranking. • The Tribe has posted winning ledgers in 21 of the past 28 seasons under Laycock. • Laycock has guided the Tribe to a total of 57 career 40-plus point outings in his 355 games as the College’s head coach, a number that represents more than 16 percent of his total games. By comparison, the College had seen only 12 total 40-plus point outings in the 30 seasons prior to Laycock taking the reigns of the program in 1980. • Since joining what is now the CAA Football conference in 1993, a William and Mary quarterback has earned all-conference honors in 12 of the 18 seasons, including seven-straight campaigns from 1998 to 2004. Going hand-in-hand with the postseason honors is the fact that in seven of the 17 seasons in league play, a Tribe quarterback has turned in the conference’s top passer efficiency rating. • The College has earned 176 total all-conference citations under Laycock. • The Tribe has posted a 115-45-1 record (.714) at Zable Stadium under Laycock, which includes nine undefeated regular seasons in Williamsburg. In Laycock’s 31 seasons, the College has failed to post a .500 or better record at home just four times (1980, 1999, 2006, 2007). • Since joining the CAA Football Conference, W&M has gone 130-72 (.644) against FCS opponents. • During Laycock’s 30-year tenure, 27 Tribe players have gone on to sign with NFL teams, including five-time Pro Bowl selection Darren Sharper. • Laycock has mentored 37 student-athletes to All-America honors at the College, including a career-high four in 2004 that earned either Sports Network or Associated Press All-America citations (Lang Campbell, Dominique Thompson, Greg Kuehn, Adam O’Connor). Campbell was a consensus First Team All-American (AFCA, Walter Camp, AP, Sports Network) and was also the winner of the 2004 Walter Payton Award. • Since the NCAA began its academic reform with graduation rates surveys and APR rankings in 2004, the Tribe football program has posted a 100 percent graduation rate three times (2004, 2006, 2007). • Under Laycock, 11 Tribe football players have been named Academic All-Americans, including the most recent selection of Bryce Lee in 2001. • W&M has had 65 players earn academic all-conference honors since 1997 under Laycock, including a career-high tying seven in 2007, and one conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year (Lang Campbell, 2004).

Laycock in NCAA FCS Playoffs 1986 1989 1990 1993 1996 2001 2004 2009 2010

Delaware, 17-51 (L), First Round Furman, 10-24 (L), First Round Massachusetts, 38-0 (W), First Round Central Florida, 38-52 (L), Quarterfinals McNeese State, 28-34 (L), First Round Jackson State, 45-6 (W), First Round Northern Iowa, 35-38 (L), Quarterfinals Appalachian State, 27-40 (L), First Round Hampton, 42-35 (W), First Round Delaware, 44-38, 2 OT (W), Quarterfinals James Madison, 34-48 (L), Semifinals Weber State, 38-0 (W), First Round So. Illinois, 24-3 (W), Quarterfinals Villanova, 13-14 (L), Semifinals Ga. Southern, 15-31 (L), Second Round

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• Laycock ranks fourth on the all-time CAA Football career victories list with 88. Among active coaches, Laycock trails only Villanova’s Andy Talley (112).

Opponent Appalachian State Boston U Brown Bucknell C. Connecticut State Central Florida Citadel, The Colgate Connecticut Dartmouth Delaware East Carolina East Tennessee State Furman Georgia Georgia Southern Hampton Harvard Hofstra Holy Cross Indiana Jackson State James Madison Lehigh Liberty Maine Marshall Maryland Massachusetts McNeese State Miami (FL) Miami (OH) Navy New Hampshire Norfolk State North Carolina N.C. State Northern Iowa Northeastern Old Dominion Pennsylvania Penn State Princeton Rhode Island Richmond Rutgers Samford Southern Illinois Temple Towson Tulane Villanova Virginia Virginia Tech VMI Wake Forest Weber State Western Michigan Wofford Yale

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Coming into his 28th season on the Tribe sidelines, Zbig Kepa brings the College one of the nation’s most experienced and accomplished offensive coordinators. Evidence of this can be found in the fact that the school’s career leaders in rushing yards, passing yards, total offense, receiving yards, touchdown passes and receptions, to name a few, have all played during Kepa’s tenure running the Tribe’s offense. Kepa’s time with the College began in 1984, when he arrived as a part-time assistant and worked primarily with the defense. The following year he became a full-time assistant and moved to offense where he took charge of the receivers, a position he will have specific oversight of this season. Kepa primarily recruits eastern Pennsylvania. He also recruits western New York, Michigan, Indiana and Illinois. Since joining the offensive staff, Kepa has helped develop one of the most productive offenses in FCS football. The 1996 team led the conference in total offense, while the 1993 unit finished sixth in the nation in total yards with the second-highest total (5,504) in school history. Overall, the Tribe is averaging nearly 400 yards of total offense per game during Kepa’s 19-year stint as the offensive coordinator. He oversaw the most prolific singleseason receiving performance in school history by Dominique Thompson (1,585 yards; 79 receptions; 13 TDs) in 2004. Kepa also developed the school’s all-time leading receiver, Rich Musinski (‘04), who became just the third player in Championship Subdivision history to surpass the 4,000-yard career receiving mark. Kepa’s receivers dominate the W&M record book, as nine of the top 10 all-time career receiving yardage leaders were developed under his mentorship. Prior to Musinski, the most prolific of the group was 2000 graduate Dave Conklin (1996-99), who left the College as the all-time leader in receiving yards (3,269), catches (190) and touchdown catches (27). Harry Mehre (1985-89) was the first to etch his name into the archives, as he set a then career receiving yardage mark (2,748) and earned AP All-America honors as a senior. Kepa has also groomed a pair of student-athletes to conference Rookie of the Year honors (Conklin, 1996; Musinski, 2000). In his 27 seasons at W&M, Kepa has tutored 13 receivers to 16 all-conference citations, including four first-team honorees. Most recently, current wide out Ryan Moody and ‘10 graduate Chase Hill both earned All-CAA distinction last season. The mostdecorated of all Kepa’s receivers is Musinski, who graduated as the school’s all-time leader in receiving yards (4,168), receptions (223) and touchdown catches (31), and was a three-time first-team all-league pick from 2001 to 2003. Kepa grew up in northern Indiana and attended Bishop Noll Institute, where he lettered four years in football. After graduation in 1975, he accepted a football scholarship at St. Joseph’s College in Indiana. He led the Pumas at quarterback and defensive back before a knee injury ended his playing career. He continued at St. Joseph’s as a student assistant coach and graduated in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education and health. Kepa stayed on the Pumas’ staff for the 1979 and 1980 seasons, while working on his master’s degree in health and physical education at Purdue. Kepa earned his master’s degree in 1981 and went onto become an assistant with the offense and defense at Fenwick High School in Chicago. In 1983, he returned to his undergraduate alma mater for one year as a full-time offensive assistant before joining W&M in 1984. He and his wife, the former Mary Cappuccilli from Indiana, have three children, Christina, Nathanial and Nicholas.

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After serving as the Tribe’s linebackers coach for the past four seasons, Scott Boone was promoted to the position of defensive coordinator during the spring of 2011. In addition to assuming the new role leading W&M’s defense, he will continue to serve as the linebackers coach. An excellent recruiter and developer of talent, Boone has more than 25 years of coaching experience, which includes a seven-year stretch as head coach at RandolphMacon College (Va.). Boone joined the Tribe staff as an offensive assistant in 2004, while he also worked with the team’s secondary before taking over the linebackers duties in 2007. Boone handles the Tribe’s recruiting efforts in northern Virginia and southern New Jersey. In his four seasons as W&M’s linebackers coach, he consistently produced one of the conference’s top units. Among the list of standouts Boone has groomed are current allconference honorees Jake Trantin and Dante Cook, as well as former All-CAA standout Josh Rutter (2008). As a defensive backs coach, Boone helped mentor two-time AllAtlantic 10 cornerback Stephen Cason (2004-2005). In his seven seasons leading Randolph-Macon, Boone compiled a record of 37-33, including a 22-18 ledger in conference action. In 1997, Boone guided the Yellow Jackets to a share of the ODAC title, going 4-1 in league play and 8-2 overall, and garnered Richmond Touchdown Club and VaSID Small College Coach of the Year honors. While at RMC, Boone coached 34 players to First-Team All-ODAC honors in his seven seasons. Also, 14 team and individual school records were broken under Boone. Prior to his stint at RMC, Boone was an assistant coach at his alma mater, Wabash College in Crawfordsville, Ind., from 1983 to 1996. In Boone’s 14 years as an assistant, Wabash posted an 81-38-2 record. In addition to his football duties, Boone was the head baseball coach at Wabash from 1986 to 1997, compiling a career record of 231219 on the diamond, which ranks him as the school’s all-time coaching wins leader. Boone is a member of the Wabash College Athletic Hall of Fame and was honored this past summer for his outstanding contribution to the program. In addition to his bachelor’s degree from Wabash, Boone holds a Master’s of Science - Education in Higher Education Administration from Purdue University, which he received in 1999. He was married to the former Jessica Spadafora in 2010, and the couple resides in Williamsburg. Boone has two children, Nathan, 16, and Delaney, 11.

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One of the most accomplished defensive line coaches in the FCS ranks, Trevor Andrews has consistently developed elite players and helped the Tribe field some of its best defensive units in school history. In addition to overseeing the on-field development of W&M’s defensive front four, Andrews, an 11-year member of the Tribe staff, also has the responsibilities of coordinating the program’s recruiting efforts - a position he has held for the last eight years. In addition to coordinating the Tribe’s recruiting, Andrews also serves as W&M’s chief recruiter in Washington, D.C., eastern Maryland, north New Jersey and the New Jersey shore. He also recruits in eastern New York and New England. Prior to assuming his current responsibilities, Andrews worked as a defensive assistant for three seasons. Andrews assisted with the Tribe cornerbacks in 2003 and helped groom first-team all-league selection Billy Parker, who signed as a free agent with the Carolina Panthers upon graduation. Highlighting the list of players Andrews has mentored along the defensive line is a pair of 2010 NFL Draft picks - defensive end Adrian Tracy (New York Giants, sixth round) and tackle Sean Lissemore (Dallas Cowboys, seventh round). Both players garnered multiple All-America honors during their careers and joined former Tribe standout Adam O’Connor as players who have earned national distinction under Andrews’ tutelage. Like Tracy and Lissemore, O’Connor signed an NFL contract when he inked a free agent deal with the Minnesota Vikings in the summer of 2007. Andrews has helped mentor five Tribe standouts to six all-conference honors during the last three seasons, as Mike Stover and Marcus Hyde became the most recent selections last fall. Andrews came to the College after spending the 2000 season as an assistant at Randolph-Macon College, where he worked as the secondary coach and special teams coordinator. As a three-year letterwinner at defensive back for the University of Dayton, Andrews was a member of three conference championship teams with the Flyers and played on Dayton’s undefeated 1996 squad (11-0). After earning his B.S. in physical education from Dayton in 1998, Andrews accepted a graduate position at Illinois Wesleyan University and coached the secondary while working towards his graduate degree in athletic administration. Andrews married the former Danielle Weinlein this past summer and resides in Williamsburg.

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In his 16 seasons on campus, William and Mary assistant head coach and offensive line mentor Bob Solderitch has made a positive impact on several generations of Tribe linemen, maintaining a legacy of success he helped create as an all-conference center for the College. A 1986 graduate of W&M, Solderitch returned to Williamsburg in 1996 to take over the offensive line and eventually assumed the duties of assistant head coach in 2000. In what is a tribute to his dedication to the program, a private donor provided funding to have the staff room in the Laycock Football Center named in his honor. In addition to overseeing the Tribe’s offensive front, Solderitch acts as the program’s liaison in a wide-ranging list of administrative duties, such as compliance and summer camp director, to name a few. Solderitch recruits the Tidewater area for the Tribe, as well as North Carolina, the northern Atlanta area and handling transfer students. During his time as an assistant, Solderitch has helped four Tribe standouts garner All-America honors - the most recent of which was Keith Hill, Jr., last fall. In his first season as a full-time assistant (1996), Solderitch groomed guard Josh Beyer to consensus first-team All-America honors, while Matt Mazefsky (200) and Dwight Beard (2001, 2002) also garnered national distinction. In all, Solderitch has seen 18 players earn 22 all-conference awards on his watch, including a pair last season in Keith Hill, Jr., and James Pagliaro. After a brief stint in pursuing a professional playing career with the Indianapolis Colts (in 1986), Solderitch returned to his alma mater as a graduate assistant from 1986 to 1990. While earning his MBA at the College, his responsibilities included tight ends, long snappers and organizing the scout team. He also assisted with the offensive line and helped prepare Tribe All-America linemen Scott Perkins and Reggie White. After receiving his MBA from the College, Solderitch was named as the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach at Newport News Apprentice School. He helped guide the team to a 17-9-1 overall record between the 1991 and 1993 seasons. While earning his B.A. in economics as an undergraduate at the College, Solderitch was a three-year starter at offensive center and earned all-state and All-East Coast Athletic Conference honors his junior and senior seasons. In 1985, he was named team captain and won the Tribe’s outstanding lineman award. In 1990, he was named to William and Mary’s 100 Years All-Time squad. Prior to his return to Williamsburg, Solderitch had a two-year stint at the Virginia Military Institute, where he coached both the offensive and defensive lines over two seasons (1994-95) under then head coach Bill Stewart. His offensive lines paved the way for standout Keydet tailback Thomas Haskins, who would graduate as the NCAA’s all-time leading rusher among the Football Championship Series ranks. Solderitch graduated from Whitehall High School in 1982, where he was an alldistrict lineman and member of two East Penn Conference championship teams (198081). Solderitch and his wife, Karen, reside in the Williamsburg area.


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One of the greatest players ever to wear the Green and Gold, David Corley, Jr., comes into his fourth season on the Tribe’s staff and his second as the quarterbacks coach. A 2002 graduate of the College, Corley finished his career as the program’s all-time leading passer and brings a wealth of perspective and playing experience to his coaching duties. Corley’s primary recruiting areas include the Richmond area, southern Atlanta and South Carolina. He also recruits Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas and Alabama. After joining the W&M staff in 2008, Corley spent two seasons working with the team’s running backs before becoming the quarterbacks coach. He made an immediate impact working with the running backs as he groomed tailback Jonathan Grimes into one of the most decorated athletes in the history of the conference. Grimes set the Tribe’s freshman records for both rushing and all-purpose yards and was named as a honorable mention All-American as a return specialist. Grimes follow-up sophomore campaign established him as one of the country’s top running backs, as the Palmyra, N.J., native moved into the program’s career top-10 lists in rushing yards and rushing touchdowns. Grimes earned first-team all-conference honors in 2010 after leading the league with 1,294 rushing yards, a figure that ranks third on W&M’s single-season list. Additionally, he ranked second in the conference and 13th nationally with 145.9 all purpose yards per game while finding the end zone 10 times. In addition to leading the Tribe’s ground attack, Grimes also distinguished himself on special teams and earned third-team All-CAA honors as a kick returner. Corley returned to the College where he excelled as a four-year starter and multiple-time allconference quarterback from 1999 through 2002. He wrote his name in nearly every significant passing record for the school, including graduating as the Tribe’s all-time leader in passing yards (9,805), total offense (10,948) and touchdown passes (73). He remains one of only two quarterbacks (the other being Stan Yagiello, 1981-85) to be a four-year starter during the Laycock era. Corley began his playing career by earning the league’s Rookie of the Year honors after the 1999 season, where he started the final eight games of the Tribe’s schedule. He twice led the league in passing efficiency (1999 and 2002) and earned post-season honors in each of his final four years on campus. Corley played an important role in helping lead the team to a conference title in 2001 and was selected as the squad’s captain for the 2002 season. The native of Columbia, S.C., was named as the College’s Outstanding Senior Athlete for the 2002-03 school year and was a two-time runner up for the prestigious Dudley Award, presented annually to the outstanding collegiate player in the state of Virginia. Corley is able to draw on a wide-range of playing experience he gathered in professional playing stints in the Canadian Football League with the Hamilton Tiger Cats (2003) and Calgary Stampeders (2006). He also was as a member of the Arena Football League’s New York Dragons (2005). Corley met his wife, Brianne, while playing professional football in the Canadian Football League. They reside in Williamsburg and welcomed their first child, a daughter, Charlie Grace Corley, on Nov. 26, 2010.

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After joining the Tribe staff in March, D.K. McDonald, Jr., enters his first season as the program’s defensive backs coach. McDonald handles recruiting in northwestern Virginia and western Pennsylvania. McDonald comes to W&M after serving as the secondary coach at Indiana University of Pennsylvania for the past five seasons. During his tenure with the Crimson Hawks, McDonald worked under head coach Lou Tepper and mentored a pair of All-Americans and five all-conference performers. Highlighting those standouts was Akwasi OwusuAnsah, a fourth-round draft pick by the Dallas Cowboys last spring. In addition to his coaching duties with the defense, McDonald also served as IUP’s recruiting coordinator. “D.K. will be a fine addition to our staff,” stated Laycock at the time of McDonald’s hiring. “He has learned the game under some quality head coaches and brings a great work ethic to our program. I am confident he will be an excellent fit with our defensive coaching staff.” Prior to his stint at IUP, McDonald coached and coordinated the defensive secondary at his alma mater, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, from 2003-06. During that time, he developed an All-American and four all-conference honorees. Additionally, in 2005 the Fighting Scots led the nation in scoring, rushing and total defense and ranked third in passing efficiency defense. McDonald was a four-year starter at cornerback at Edinboro from 1997-2000. He was a first team All-PSAC West selection as a junior when he totaled 29 tackles and a teamhigh 11 pass breakups. A native of Orrville, Ohio, McDonald finished his career with 108 tackles, four interceptions and 34 breakups. McDonald graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History in 2001 and was a scholar-athlete all four years. He served as the president of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and was an Erie area representative for that organization after his graduation.

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One of the staff’s hardest working and brightest young coaching minds, Brendan Nugent has also proven to be one the program’s most versatile. Nugent has overseen three position groups during his five seasons with the Tribe and will continue working with the running backs for the second-consecutive year during the 2011 campaign. Nugent recruits the Virginia peninsula and northern neck areas, as well as South Florida and Texas. In his first year mentoring the running backs last season, he helped a pair of W&M standouts garner first-team all-conference honors as tailback Jonathan Grimes and fullback Jimmy Hobson both earned the distinction. The duo added to a rapidly growing list of players who have benefited from Nugent’s tutelage, as former wide receiver D.J. McAulay (2008) and former tight end Rob Varno (2009) also earned all-league accolades. In his first year at the College, he helped groom All-American tight end Drew Atchison (2007), who went on to ink an NFL free agent deal. Nugent was exposed to the collegiate coaching game by working as the offensive undergraduate assistant on Kirk Ferentz’s staff at the University of Iowa during the 2005 and 2006 seasons. In this position, Nugent worked directly with Iowa offensive coordinator, Ken O’Keefe, assisting him with day-to-day and game day operations. Aside from his on-field work with Iowa’s offense and the defensive scout teams, some of his additional responsibilities included playbook and opponent scouting preparation and extensive work with editing instructional footage on the team’s XOS Sagio Video System. His first job in the coaching ranks came at Archbishop Stepinac High School in his hometown of White Plains, N.Y., where he served as the Crusaders’ linebacker coach for the 2004 season. As a player, Nugent lettered three seasons at linebacker at Catholic University of America. He went onto earn his undergraduate degree in political science from the University of Iowa in December of 2006. Nugent is single and resides in Williamsburg.

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A six-year veteran of the Tribe’s program, Trey Henderson has proven to be an invaluable resource for the staff, both on the field as an assistant and in the state-of-the-art Laycock Football Center as the team’s video coordinator. After working with the defensive backs last season, he will assist with the Tribe’s linebacking corps this year. Henderson’s primary recruiting areas include southwestern Virginia and western Maryland. He also recruits West Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, New York and New England. In his time on campus, Henderson has gathered a wide-range of experience in working with both sides of the ball and has been heavily involved in collecting, editing and preparing practice and game footage for the staff, using the team’s DVSport software editing system. He also played a lead role in helping to organize and implement the program’s brand-new, networked video editing suite in the Jimmye Laycock Football Center. On the field, Henderson has been equally instrumental on the player development side, as he has helped mentor a pair of all-conference cornerbacks, in Derek Cox (now with the Jacksonville Jaguars) and B.W. Webb, the 2009 CAA Defensive Player of the Year. Henderson came to Williamsburg in 2006 after working for Overhead Door Company of Central Va., where he arranged more than $180,000 in sales. While working in sales, Henderson also coached football at Hopewell High School, where he served as the defensive backs and wide receivers coach for the previous three seasons and helped guide the Blue Devils to the 2003 AAA State Championship. Henderson also spent time as an assistant wrestling coach at Benedictine High School in Richmond, sending two wrestlers to the Prep National Tournament. A four-year letterwinning defensive back at Randolph-Macon College, Henderson started three years in the secondary and was the Yellow Jackets’ co-captain in 2001, while also spending three seasons on the baseball team. He received his Bachelor of Arts in economics and business from RMC in 2002 and completed a Master’s of Science in Sport Leadership at Virginia Commonwealth University in December of 2006. Henderson, whose complete name Herman Allen Henderson, III, is an active member of American Football Coaches Association and the Virginia High School League. He enjoys fishing, golfing and spending time at Claytor Lake. Henderson resides in Williamsburg with his wife, Summers, and their two-year old son, Claytor.


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John Bowes has made himself a valued asset to the Tribe’s program during his four years in Williamsburg with his unmatched work ethic. After assisting with the defensive line and linebackers during his first three seasons, he will mentor the Tribe’s defensive backs this year. Bowes is responsible for recruiting northern Florida, Philadelphia, northern and western Maryland and Delaware. In addition to the on-field responsibilities, Bowes plays a large role in helping organize the team’s video needs working under video coordinator Trey Henderson. Tribe players have benefited from Bowes’s coaching, as he has helped a pair of current standouts earn all-conference honors during the past two seasons. Jake Trantin garnered all-league distinction in 2009, while Dante Cook earned All-CAA accolades last fall. Bowes joined the Tribe after spending the previous two seasons as the defensive graduate assistant at Clarion University of Pennsylvania, a NCAA Division II school in western Pennsylvania. Bowes was responsible for the secondary and conducting the scout team during practices. On game day, he assisted with player substitutions, opponent tendencies and special teams. Bowes also supported the Golden Eagles recruiting efforts evaluating high school prospects in Philadelphia, Washington D.C. and New Jersey. Bowes was a starter in Catholic’s defensive backfield during the 2003-2005 seasons, and spent the 2006 season as a defensive intern for the Cardinals. Bowes holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Catholic University.

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After a successful first season with Tribe, Mike Godsil enters his second year on W&M’s staff and works primarily with the tight ends. Godsil’s primary recruiting area is Ohio, while he also recruits the U.S. Western states. Godsil helped develop Alex Gottlieb into one of the nation’s premier tight ends last season, as the Tribe standout garnered All-America honors from The Sports Network and was a first-team all-conference selection. Godsil joined the Tribe coaching staff after serving as a graduate assistant at Liberty in 2009. He worked primarily with the offensive line and helped the Flames post an 8-3 record en route to winning the program’s third-consecutive league title. During his one-year stint with LU, he also worked as an assistant strength and conditioning coach. In that role, he was responsible for assisting with the design and implementation of all football workouts. Prior to beginning his coaching career, Godsil was a four-year starter at Liberty where he earned All-America honors as a senior. A two-time all-conference selection, he helped lead the Flames to back-to-back league titles and earn a national ranking as high as 13th. Godsil served as a captain during his senior season and set a school record with a 550-pound bench press. Following his collegiate career, Godsil was a captain and starting center for the Colorado Ice of the IFL. A four-time Big South Conference All-Academic Team selection, Godsil earned a degree in sports management from LU in 2009. Godsil and his wife, Nikki, have a one-year-old daughter, Kaylee.

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Jonathan Small enters his second year as Director of Football Operations with the Tribe football staff. Among his numerous responsibilities are assisting in the coordination of travel, meals, housing, recruiting, and other logistics pertaining to the football program. Prior to coming to the College, Small worked as an assistant coach at Charleston Southern University from 2006-07. While with the Buccaneers, he served as the Quarterbacks Coach and Video Coordinator. Most recently, Small held the position of New Business Development Intern with at ESPN Wide World of Sports at Disney World. In addition to creating and implementing new events for the organization, he served as an assistant project manager for ESPN RISE Games and was the project manager and creator of the Premiere 7’s High School Football Passing Camp. While earning a master’s degree in sport business at Georgia State University from 2007-09, Small served as the Sales and Marketing Intern for The PGA TOUR’s Tour Championship in Atlanta, Ga. Small has also worked as an intern and Game Day Operations Assistant with the Charleston Riverdogs, the Class A affiliate of the New York Yankees. In addition to earning a master’s degree in sport business management from Georgia State in 2009, he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Charleston Southern University in 2006. His father, Hank Small, is the Athletics Director at Charleston Southern University and spent over thirty years as a college football coach.

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Head speed, strength and conditioning coach John Sauer is now in his 24th year as the director at William and Mary. He is responsible for all aspects of strength and conditioning for the Tribe’s 23 varsity sports. In July of 2010, Sauer was honored for his service at the College when the Tribe’s new training area was named in his honor at the conclusion of the annual football alumni banquet. The John Sauer Speed and Conditioning Room, located within the Montgomery Strength Training Center on the lower level of William and Mary Hall, is a 2,500-square foot training area that was brought on-line this spring and expands the Tribe’s total training area to approximately 8,500-square feet. Under his guidance, the College has had a football player earn AllAmerica strength honors for the past 22 seasons, including the recent selections of NFL draft picks Adrian Tracy (‘10), Sean Lissemore (‘10) and Derek Cox (‘09) as All-American Strength and Conditioning Athletes of the Year by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). During the summer of 2005, Sauer was one of seven coaches nationwide recognized as a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach (MSCC). The title of MSCC is the highest honor that can be achieved as a strength and conditioning coach. It represents professionalism, knowledge, experience, expertise, as well as longevity in the field. For these reasons, all applicants must be a full-time collegiate and/or professional strength and conditioning coach for a minimum of 12 years in order to be considered for this distinction. In 1995, Sauer designed the Joseph W. Montgomery Strength Training Center located in the lower level of William and Mary Hall. This 5,500 square-foot facility was upgraded in the spring of 2006, primarily with new Power Lift and Sorinex equipment. The room now contains 16,000 pounds of free weights, over 7,500 pounds of dumbbells and 6,000 pounds of rubber bumper plates. In addition, it has 18 custom-built Olympic platforms, 18 multipurpose power racks and a fully-equipped plyometric area. Sauer came to William and Mary from Clemson where he was an assistant strength and conditioning coach. At Clemson, he assisted in the development, coordination and implementation of strength and conditioning programs for more than 450 varsity athletes. Before Clemson, Sauer held assistant coaching positions at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City and at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. He earned his bachelor of science degree in health and physical education from the University of Montana in 1984. In 1985, he received his master’s in health and physical education from Delta State University, where he was the head coach of strength and conditioning in charge of all varsity sports. Sauer is also Strength and Conditioning Coach Certified through the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association. Additionally, he is a Master Strength and Conditioning Coach through the CSCCA. He is also certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and was recently Certified with Distinction. A member of the U.S.A. Weightlifting Federation, he is certified as a Level I Club Coach & Level II Senior Coach. He is also a Certified Specialist in Speed and Explosion by the National Association of Speed and Explosion. Additionally, he has achieved Level I Coaches certification from the USAT&F. From 1996-98, Sauer was honored as Strength and Conditioning Professional of the Year in the CAA through the NSCA.


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A William and Mary alumnus and former Tribe student athletic trainer, Andy Carter returns to the Tribe sidelines for his eighth year as the Head Football Athletic Trainer, overseeing the sports medicine services for the team. Carter received his B.S. in Kinesiology from the College of William and Mary in 1998. He then attended Illinois State University where he earned his M.S. in Health, Physical Education, and Recreation with an emphasis in Sports Management. Carter joined the Tribe sports medicine staff in 2000. In addition to his clinical responsibilities at the College, Carter is also involved in sports medicine education on many levels. Since 2000, he has been an instructor for the ACES Preparatory Workshop, a course designed to prepare athletic training students to take the national board exam. He developed and continues to coordinate the Sports Medicine rotation for the Riverside Family Medicine Residency Program and has also served as an instructor in the SMART (Sideline Management Assessment Response Techniques) Workshop for physicians. He coordinates the Athletic Training Aide program in which pre-med and pre-physical therapy students work alongside the staff in the clinic and on the field. Carter serves a Clinical Instructor for the Post-Professional Athletic Training Educational program at Old Dominion University, and, each spring, he teaches a course on the evaluation and treatment of the spine. Originally from Fieldale, Va., Carter resides in Williamsburg with his wife, Kristina, who is a physical therapist at the Advanced Specialty Center of Williamsburg Physical Therapy, and their son, Spencer.

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Bryce Mueller joined the staff of the Division of Sports Medicine in July of 2008. Prior to coming to W&M, he completed his undergraduate work in athletic training at the University of Northern Iowa and his master’s degree in athletic training at West Virginia University. While at West Virginia University, he worked as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer for a local high school. Mueller primarily works with the football and baseball teams at William and Mary. Mueller is originally from New London, Iowa and currently resides in Williamsburg.

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football at the University of Vermont (1946-50) ... Enjoys FIFA Soccer, sand volleyball, golf and bike riding.

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Member of the travel squad for the North Carolina and New Hampshire games ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Scout team tight end ... HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner as a tight end and defensive back for head coach David Holm at St. Stephens and St. Agnes School ... Earned first-team all-state and garnered all-district honors ... Selected as All-DC Sports Fan honoree ... Totaled 15 receptions for 275 yards and four touchdowns as a senior ... Also earned four letters in track and field and was a letterwinner as a center on the basketball team ... Member of the Dean’s List and served as the vice president ... PERSONAL Son of Joseph and Tina Asmar ... Majoring in kinesiology ... Born on October 18, 1990 in Brooklyn, N.Y.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Saw action in 11 games ... Became the first true freshman defensive lineman to play for the Tribe since Michael Stover (2007) ... Finished the season with 28 tackles, 3.5 tackles for a loss and a sack ... Made an impressive collegiate debut against VMI, totaling a pair of tackles and a TFL ... Finished the season with his best performance of the year, recording seven tackles (five solo) in the NCAA Playoff game against Georgia Southern ... Lone sack of the season came in the win at New Hampshire ... Also posted a TFL in the win against Delaware ... HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner for head coach Lou Cerro at Montour High School ... Earned second-team all-state honors as a senior after garnering third-team distinction as a junior ... Will participate in the Pennsylvania Senior East vs. West Game ... Reserve for the Big 33 Pennsylvania vs. Ohio Game ... Participant at the 2009 Army National Combine in San Antonio ... Selected to the all-conference team as both an offensive and defensive lineman following his junior and senior seasons ... Served as a team captain in ‘09 ... Member of the Honor Roll ... Volunteered with the Interact Club ... PERSONAL Son of George and Connie Beerhalter ... Born on March 11, 1992. Beerhalter’s Career Defensive Stats Year G/S T A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU QBH Blk 2010 11/0 15 13 28 3.5/13 1.0/10 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Scout team wide receiver ... HIGH SCHOOL Two-year letterwinner for head coach Mike Hughes at Plano West High School ... Served as a team captain in 2009 and earned third-team all-state honors ... Also garnered first-team all-county and first-team all-district honors ... Finished his senior season with 19 touchdowns (14 rushing) and rushed for 823 yards on 101 carries ... Also totaled 29 receptions for 539 yards while recording 1,928 all-purpose yards ... Chosen as the Texas player of the week on Oct. 4, 2009 after totaling 517 all-purpose yards and six touchdowns ... Garnered offensive player of the week honors five times ... Earned first-team all-district distinction as a junior ... Lettered once in track as a sprinter ... PERSONAL Son of Jason and Barb Ballard ... Born on March 2, 1992 in Plano, Texas ... Father played football at Wittenberg University (1977-80) ... Grandfather, John, played

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REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Member of the travel squad for three games but did not see any game action ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Member of the practice squad at the Air Force Academy HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner as a wide receiver for head coaches Mike Palmieri and Josh Shapiro at Everglades ... Garnered honorable mention all-state (6-A) honors as a senior after recording 21 receptions for 419 yards and three touchdowns ... Earned Sun Sentinel All-Broward accolades ... Also a Miami Herald All-Broward honoree ... Chosen to play in the Broward County All-Star Game ... Nominee for south Florida’s Brian Piccolo Award ... Received team’s Gator Award ... BCAA Scholar Athlete ... Voted as best all-around by his class ... Member of Best Buddies and Gator Fraternity ...

PERSONAL Son of Mark and Brenda Caprio ... Majoring in business with a minor in kinesiology ... Born on November 4, 1990 in Somers Point, N.J. Caprio’s Career Quarterbacking Stats Year G/S Eff. At-Co-In Pct. Yds TD Lg Av/G Rush Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G 2010 7/1 73.5 12-5-1 41.7 30 1 19 4.3 6 -2 -0.3 0 11 -0.3

PERSONAL Son of Joe and Jodi Brady ... Father played football at Clemson ... Majoring in process management and consulting and kinesiology ... Born on September 23, 1989 in Pembroke Pines, Fla.

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) Member of the travel squad for all 14 games ... Earned first career start in the win at New Hampshire ... Completed 5-of-10 passes for 30 yards with a touchdown against UNH before being knocked out of the game with an injury midway through the third quarter ... Also earned reserve action as a quarterback against VMI and North Carolina ... Chosen to the CAA Academic All-Conference Team ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Member of the travel squad for all 14 games but did not see any game action ...

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SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) Saw action on special teams against Richmond and Georgia Southern ... Also a member of the travel squad for the James Madison game ...

HIGH SCHOOL Three-year starter at Mainland High School for head coach Bob Coffey ... Compiled a 27-7 record and finished career with school records in passing yards (4,298), passing touchdowns (46) and rushing touchdowns (42) ... Totaled 1,888 rushing yards during his career ... Earned a Mini-Maxwell Award in ‘08 ... Won the Jim Henry Award, honoring the area’s top high school player, as a senior ... Served as a team captain as a senior and was selected first-team all-state and first-team all-league after leading Mainland H.S. to an undefeated season and a South Jersey Section IV title ... Selected first-team all-state by the Newark Star-Ledger ... Garnered firstteam Atlantic City Press honors ... Completed 140-of-223 passes for a school-record 2,065 yards and 27 touchdowns as a senior ... Also rushed for 890 yards on 159 carries with 21 touchdowns ... Completed 94-of-176 passes for 1,297 yards and threw 13 touchdowns as a junior ... Also totaled 474 yards and 12 touchdowns on the ground ... Selected to the Atlantic City Press First Team in ‘07 ... Also second-team All-Cape-Atlantic League honoree and earned second-team South Jersey Group IV honors ... As a sophomore, he passed for 911 yards and seven touchdowns while rushing for 534 yards and nine touchdowns ... Named second-team all-league in ‘06 and was an honorable mention selection by the Press of Atlantic City ... Also lettered twice in baseball and once in basketball ... Member of the National Honor Society and D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) ...


helped the team finish as the state runner-up in 2007 ... Earned honor roll distinction numerous times ...

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PERSONAL Son of Steve and Sylvie Casper ... Majoring in economics ... Born on October 9, 1990 in Hinsdale, Ill. Year G/S 2010 8/0

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Scout team kicker/punter ... HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner for head coach Tom Preaskorn at Allegany H.S. ... Associated Press Consensus All-State First Team selection as a kicker in ‘09 ... Also earned first-team all-state honors from Rivals.com ... Chosen first-team all-area as a kicker and a punter as a senior ... Selected to play in the Maryland Crab Bowl and captained the Washington, D.C. team ... Connected on all eight of his field goal attempts with a long of 43 yards as a senior ... Also recorded 50 touchbacks, converted 60-of-64 extra-point attempts and averaged 40.3 yards per punt with a long of 57 ... Chosen first-team all-state (small schools) and first-team all-area as a junior ... Was 6-of-9 on field goal attempts with a long of 48 yards, while converting 42-of-43 extra point attempts ... Registered 26 touchbacks ... Played varsity baseball for three years as a first baseman and a pitcher ... Served as a Cumberland Rotary Club Student Representative as a senior ... Volunteered with Net-Aid (a service organization) as both a junior and a senior ... PERSONAL Son of Robert and Judith Carpenter, both of whom graduated from W&M in 1983 ... Born on Dec. 15, 1991.

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Saw action in eight games as a reserve linebacker and member of special teams ... Finished the season with five tackles and a PBU ... Totaled two tackles in the win against VMI ... Also made a pair of stops at James Madison ... 2009 FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Honored as Scout Team Defensive Player of the Year ... HIGH SCHOOL Two-year starter as a linebacker and fullback at Westfield for head coach Tom Verbanic ... Served as a captain during senior season and totaled 125 tackles ... Helped team win the Virginia AAA Division 6 State Championship in 2007 ... Received the 2009 Bulldog Award ... Also earned a pair of letters as a midfielder in lacrosse and

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Emerged as one of league’s elite defensive playmakers in first season as starter ... Returning all-conference linebacker, who enters junior year as a preseason All-CAA selection ... Made switch back to outside linebacker after spending 2010 season in middle of Tribe defense ... Explosive player who has strength and experience to be game-changing style player ... Move back to outside will allow him to use speed in space ... Very dedicated player, both in the film and weight rooms, with a tremendous drive to excel ... SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) Posted a breakout sophomore season, leading the team with 111 tackles en route to earning second-team all-conference honors ... Ranked fourth in the CAA with 10.1 tackles per game ... Also recorded 9.0 tackles for a loss, 4.0 sacks, two interceptions, a forced fumble, a fumble recover and six PBUs ... Returned both of his interceptions for touchdowns, logging 134 interception return yards ... Best performance of the season came in the win against Delaware when he registered 16 tackles (10 solo), 2.0 sacks and 3.0 tackles for a loss ... Equaled his season-high 16-tackle total versus Georgia Southern in the NCAA Playoffs ... Recorded eight stops and returned an interception 84 yards for a touchdown in the triumph against Villanova ... Selected as a College Sporting News National All-Star and the Co-CAA Defensive Player of the Week following his effort against VU ... Also registered a pick-six, going 50 yards for a touchdown, the previous week in the fourth quarter comeback victory at Maine ... Also had 12 stops and a TFL versus the Black Bears ... Notched 12 tackles, a forced fumble and 0.5 TFL in the victory against Rhode Island ... Made 11 stops (eight solo) with a TFL at North Carolina ... Totaled 11 tackles with a

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forced fumble and 0.5 TFL in the win at Old Dominion ... Registered a sack at James Madison and in the victory against Richmond ... Also excelled in the classroom, earning Dean’s List honors ...

PERSONAL Son of Daryl and Elisa Cooper ... Enjoys playing Scrabble and is a fan of the Raiders and Lakers.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Scout team ... HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner as a running back, defensive back and linebacker at Stafford ... Earned First-Team All-Commonwealth District as both a running back and kick returner as a senior ... Also earned all-county honors at the same positions ... Ended his senior season with 865 rushing yards and eight touchdowns on 123 carries and contributed an additional 328 yards and three TDs on 19 receptions ... Defensively, he collected 72 total tackles as senior, including five sacks and one INT ... Second-Team All-Commonwealth District selection at both running back and defensive back as a junior ... Finished junior campaign with 563 rushing yards (on 98 attempts), 187 receiving yards (on 15 catches) and seven total TDs (five rushing, two receiving) ... Added three interceptions and 63 total tackles as a junior ... Three-year letterwinner in basketball at guard ... PERSONAL Son of Michelle and David Cook ... Member of Generation Church and SERViTUDE ... Majoring in business ... Heavily involved in the community and is a small group leader for college students and high school sophomores ... Born on May 5, 1990. Year 2009 2010 Totals

G/S 14/1 11/10 25/11

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Cook’s Career Defensive Stats Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU QBH Blk 28 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 1 0 0 111 9.0/32 4.0/22 1 1/0 2/134 4 6 0 139 9.0/32 4.0/22 1 1/0 2/134 5 6 0

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Saw action in 11 games as a reserve defensive back and as a member of special teams ... Finished the season with six tackles and an interception, which he returned for a touchdown ... His pick-six, which went for 22 yards, came in the fourth quarter of the victory against VMI ... Tallied a pair of tackles at James Madison ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Scout team defensive back ... HIGH SCHOOL Two-year letterwinner as a wide receiver and safety for head coach Bryce Bevill at Bishop McNamara ... Earned all-state honorable mention accolades at wide receiver in ‘08 ... Also garnered first-team all-county and all-conference honors as a senior ... Washington Post All-Met Honorable Mention selection ... Also earned honorable mention honors from The Capital Newspaper (Annapolis, Md.) ... Chosen to the All-DCSportsfan First Team ... Registered 685 receiving yards and six touchdowns in ‘08 ... Also totaled 67 tackles, two sacks and an interception as a defensive back ... Member of the nationally-ranked Bishop McNamara basketball team ... Earned all-conference honors with the track team as a triple jumper ... Member of the National Honor Society, the Science National Honor Society and the FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) ... Recipient of the University of Rochester George Eastman Young Leaders Award ... Won the Outstanding Achievement Award in Sports Medicine ... Served as a student ambassador and is a peer minister ... PERSONAL Son of Jerome Couplin Jr., and Adrienne Montague ... Majoring in kinesiology and health science ... Born on August 31, 1991 in Washington, D.C.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Scout team running back ... HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner as a running back and defensive back for head coach Danny Dodson at Woodside High School ... Served as a team captain during his ju-

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REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Appeared in 14 games and earned a start in the win versus New Hampshire ... Recorded 28 total tackles, a fumble recovery and a pass breakup ... Earned a seasonhigh five tackles (four solo) and a fumble recovery in the win at Virginia ...Tallied four tackles in the victory against James Madison ... Made three stops in the wins against Delaware and Southern Illinois ... Honored as the QB Club Special Teams Player of the Week following the victory against the Salukis ...

nior and senior years ... First-team all-district running back and honorable mention all-district defensive back as a senior ... Earned All-Daily Press second team honors as a kick returner ... Helped team post an 11-2 record during his senior season, the best mark in school history ... Earned a one letter on the basketball team as a point guard ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Made the A/B Honor Roll every year ...


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REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Saw action in 11 games and earned seven starts at left guard ... Chosen to the CAA Academic All-Conference Team ... Honored with the Provost’s Award ... FRESHMAN SEASON (2009) Scout team offensive lineman ... HIGH SCHOOL Three-year starter as an offensive and defensive lineman at Blessed Trinity High School for head coach Rick Turner ... Played for the North squad in the GACA NorthSouth Georgia High School All-Star Game as a senior ... Earned first-team all-state (Class AA) honors by the Atlanta Journal Constitution ... Selected first-team AllNorth Fulton County as a junior and a senior ... Second-team All-North Fulton County as a sophomore ... Served as a team captain as a senior Beaconcast.com All-County accolades as senior ... Totaled 33 pancake blocks and graded out at 90 percent as a senior ... Recipient of the team’s St. Sebastian Award as a senior ... Was a 2008 Georgia High School Football Magazine Preseason All-State selection ... Recorded 30 pancake blocks in ‘07 ...Member of the National Honor Society ... Earned the Theology Award as a sophomore and garnered the Best Business Project Award as a junior ... PERSONAL Son of Frank and Diane Crisafi ... Grandfather, Frank Crisafi played D-I football at Western Reserve University ... Majoring in finance with a minor in kinesiology ... Member of SAAC and the Sports Business Club ... Born on October 4, 1990 in Atlanta, Ga.

JUNIOR YEAR (2010) Reserve offensive lineman who saw action in all 12 games ... SOPHOMORE YEAR (2009) Scout team offensive lineman ... REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Missed the season for personal reasons ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2007) Scout team offensive lineman ... HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner and starter under coach Dan Spittal ... Named First-Team All-South Jersey by Philadelphia Inquirer and Courier Post after anchoring an offensive line that helped Eastern post a 6-4 record and win a share of the Burlco/ Olympic American title as a senior ... Also earned all-conference and All-Group IV honors as a senior ... Named to the list of Top 100 Players by the New Jersey Coaches Association ... Member of the 2003 state championship team ... Holds school records in the bench press and squat ... Also earned two letters in wrestling and was named the team’s co-MVP in 2005 and most-improved in 2004 ... Served as a FCA leader for three years and participated in the FCA leadership camp ... PERSONAL Son of John and Beverly Donker ... Grandfather, Fred Donker, played football at Upsala ... Enjoys art and drawing, archery and paintball ... Majoring in government ... Born on December 31, 1988 in Willingboro, N.J.

JUNIOR YEAR (2010) Reserve wide receiver who saw action in nine games on special teams ... Finished the season with a pair of tackles ... REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Alternated between the travel squad and the scout team as a wide out ...

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FRESHMAN YEAR (2007) Scout team defensive back ...

PERSONAL Son Nick and Sharon Downey ... Sister, Maura, was an all-region field hockey player at Gettysburg College ... Uncle, Bryan Tenney, played baseball at Duke ... Majoring in history ... Enjoys spending time with family and friends ... Born on March 11, 1989 in Lancaster, Pa.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Scout team linebacker ... HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner for head coach Jeff Berry at Brooke Point High School ... Selected to the VHSCA All-State Team as a senior ... Honored as the 2009 District Co-Defensive Player of the Year ... Also garnered all-region, all-district and all-area accolades as a linebacker ... Helped lead team to a pair of district championships ... Also eared a pair of letters in basketball and lacrosse ... PERSONAL Son of Alex Goodman and Cynthia Howard ... Born on May 17, 1992.

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Enters year listed as pre-season All-American by the Sports Network ... Returning first-team all-conference tight end with the potential to play at next level ... Will be strong candidate to earn Tribe’s fourth-consecutive all-conference honor at TE this season ... Showcased tremendous hands by leading conference TEs in catches (34) and receiving yards (350) ... Seen significant playing time since true freshman year (2008) and will be expected to be one of team’s top playmakers ... Complete package, as his size, speed and strength also make him asset along line of scrimmage ... Very physical player who is effective in both pass protection and run blocking ... Solid routes and outstanding coverage recognition give him ability to find holes underneath defenses ... Physical skills and game experience will allow staff to use him in multiple formations .... Didn’t play position until mid-way through junior year of high school (after starting playing career as QB) ... Enters year with 42 career receptions for 481 yards and four TDs ... Has played in a total of 34 career games ... Spent first two seasons on squad as the team’s second TE, playing behind two time all-conference performer Rob Varno ... JUNIOR YEAR (2010) One of the nation’s top tight ends, he garnered second-team All-America honors from The Sports Network ... First-team all-conference selection after leading the league among tight ends with 34 catches for 350 yards and three touchdowns ... Hauled in a touchdown catch in three of the final five games ... Recorded a careerhigh seven catches for 70 yards in the season opener at UMass ... Totaled five catches for 57 yards in the win at Old Dominion ... Posted five grabs for 44 yards in the first half at North Carolina before sitting out the second half with an injury ... Registered touchdown catches against Delaware, James Madison and Richmond ... SOPHOMORE YEAR (2009) Appeared in all 14 games and earned six starts ... Recorded three catches for 47 yards and a touchdown ... Totaled two catches, including an 18-yard touchdown reception, for 41 yards in the win against James Madison ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Saw action in nine games ... Recorded five catches for 84 yards ... Registered a pair of catches for 29 yards at James Madison ... Made one grab for 30 yards in the victory at Rhode Island ... Recorded a reception for 22 yards in the triumph versus Northeastern ...

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HIGH SCHOOL Earned four letters and was a three-time First-Team All-Lancaster-Lebanon League Section 3 selection at quarterback and defensive back for coach Bruce Harbach ... Named the L-L League Section 3 Player of the Year as a senior after the leading team to its second-straight L-L League Section 3 title ... Earned AP Second-Team All-State (AA) honors at defensive back ... Also gained second-team all-state honors at DB from EasternPAFootball.com and Pennsylvania Football News ... Led team to a district championship in 2005 ... Selected to play in the Pennsylvania East-West All-Star Game ... Compiled a 33-3 career record as a starting quarterback ... Broke or tied 11 school records as a senior, including career passing yards, completions and touchdown passes among others ... Completed 93 of 144 attempts for 1,389 yards and 24 touchdowns during senior season, while rushing for 555 yards and 10 touchdowns ... Collected 12 interceptions on defense during senior campaign as well ... Member of National Honor Society, a student council senator and chairperson for Relay for Life ...


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HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner at quarterback and tight end for American Heritage School ... Co-captain of squad that captured the Florida 1A State Championship ... Earned a bid to the prestigious Outback Bowl All-Star Game ... Earned honorable mention all-area honors from the Palm Beach Post ... Ended the season as team’s third-leading receiver with 250 yards and one touchdown on 13 receptions ... Started scholastic playing career as a quarterback ... Member of school’s Dean’s List ... Lettered in lacrosse and baseball ... PERSONAL Son of Gary Gottlieb and the late Deborah Gottlieb ... Majoring in economics ... Born on July 4, 1990. Year G/S Rec 2008 9/0 5 2009 14/6 3 2010 11/11 34 Totals 34/17 42

Gottlieb’s Career Offensive Stats Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G Rush Yds 84 16.8 0 30 9.3 0 0 47 15.7 1 23 3.4 0 0 350 10.3 6 24 31.8 0 0 481 11.5 7 30 14.1 0 0

Avg. 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

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REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Scout team quarterback who was a member of the travel squad for the New Hampshire game ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Honored as Scout Team Offensvie Player of the Year ... HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner as a quarterback, wide receiver and defensive end at Monticello for head coach Brad Bicknell ... Earned first-team all-district and secondteam all-region honors ... Served as a team captain as a senior and was selected as the team’s MVP and the CVA Offensive Player of the Year ... Finished his career with 4,500 yards passing and 47 touchdowns ... Also rushed for 12 scores ... Holds the school’s career record for best completion percentage and fewest interceptions in a season ... Earned three letters in basketball as a power forward and one letter in track and field ... Member of the National Honor Society and the Sport Management Honor Society ... PERSONAL Son of Steve Graham and Maryann Gregg ... Father played basketball for North Carolina State ... Brother, Daniel Graham, played basketball at Stony Brook ... Majoring in kinesiology ... Born on November 11, 1990 in Port Charlotte, Fla.

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Returns for his senior season as a Sports Network Pre-Season All-American tailback and the CAA Preseason Offensive Player of the Year selection ... Enters year on the Payton Award Watch List ... Team captain ... Has earned a total of eight all-conference honors in career, tying him with former UNH QB Ricky Santos as the most decorated player in league history (Rookie of the Year (2008); Special Teams Player of the Year (2010); three honors as tailback (first-team twice - 2009–10, second team in 2008); three honors as kick–returner (first-team twice 2008-09, second team in 2010)... Has rushed for 3,110 career yards (on 648 attempts), the secondhighest returning total in the FCS world (trailing only Colgate’s Nate Eachus, 3,722) ... Needs 635 rushing yards to pass Derek Fitzgerald’s (1992-95) school career rushing record of 3,744 ... Tribe’s career leader in all-purpose yardage, with 5,445, the top returning mark in the FCS world and ninth best in CAA history ... Seeking to be 10th player in the history of CAA to rush for 4,000, or more, career yards ... Averages 84.1 rush yds and 147.2 all-purpose yds/gm for his career (37 games) ... Third in school history with 1,472 kick return yards (on 66 attempts), 301 yards shy of Komlan Lonergan’s (1998-01) school record of 1,772 ... Averages 22.3 yds/return for his career ... Has scored total of 28 career TDs (24 rushing, three receiving and one on a kick-return) ... His 24 rushing TDs rank fifth all-time at W&M ... Has scored via run, kick and reception, while also throwing a TD pass (in team’s 2010 win vs. Delaware) ... Collected 113 career receptions for 863 yards ... In four career postseason contests, Grimes has averaged 107.8 yds/game (89 attempts for 431 yards) ... Tribe is 15-2 all-time in games where Grimes rushes for 90, or more, yards and 9-1 when he rushes for 100, or more (lone loss came last season vs. Georgia Southern in NCAA playoffs) ... Saw action as a true freshman during the 2008 season, starting the final eight games of the year ... JUNIOR YEAR (2010) One of the nation’s top running backs, he was selected to the Walter Payton Award Watch List ... Honored as the CAA Special Teams Player of the Year ... Garnered first-team all-league accolades as a running back and second-team distinction on special teams ... Led the CAA and ranked 24th nationally with 135.0 all-purpose yards per game ... Ranked fourth in the conference with 73.9 rushing yards per game ... Finished the year with 887 rushing yards on 207 carries (4.3 ypc) with eight touchdowns ... Hauled in 28 catches for 260 yards ... Averaged 24.9 yards per kickoff return ... Finished his junior year as W&M’s all-time leader with 5,445 allpurpose yards, a figure that ranks ninth all-time in the CAA ... Also ranks among the College’s career top-10 lists in rushing yards (3,110 - third), rushing touchdowns (24 - fifth), rushing attempts (648 - second) and kickoff return yards (1,472 - third) ... Recorded three 100-yard rushing efforts in 2010, increasing his career total to 10 ... Totaled a season-high 230 all-purpose yards with 124 rushing yards and a touchdown in the win against Old Dominion ... Rushed for 83 yards with three touchdowns in the triumph versus Villanova ... Tallied 111 yards with a score in the victory at New Hampshire ... Piled up 100 yards on just 14 carries in the NCAA Playoff game against Georgia Southern ... Logged 194 yards of total offense in the win versus Delaware en route to being selected as the CAA Offensive Player of the

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Week ... Found the end zone three times in the triumph against VMI ... Rushed for 73 yards and registered four catches for a season-high 86 yards in the victory against Richmond ... A preseason All-America selection by the College Sporting News, The Sports Network and Phil Steele ...

HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterman at tailback and defensive back at Paul VI for Head Coach John Doughtery ... Named to All-State squad as a running back and was also honored as the All-South Jersey Running Back of the Year ... First-Team All-Patriot Conference and All-Parochial League running back ... Ran for a single-season school record 1,925 yards and 33 touchdowns as a senior ... Named to the All-South Jersey squad by the Philadelphia Inquirer ... Brooks Irvine Scholar-Athlete ... Maxwell Club MiniMax Scholar-Athlete awardee ... Three-year letterwinner as a forward in basketball ... Four-year letterwinner in track as a triple-jumper and high-hurdler ... Also an accomplished pianist ... Member of the National Honor Society ... PERSONAL Son of Nancy and Gregory Grimes ... Majoring in music ... Born on December 21, 1989 in Willingboro, N.J. Grimes’ Career Offensive Stats Year G/S Att Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G Rec Yds 2008 11/8 164 929 5.7 7 67 84.5 39 314 2009 14/14 277 1294 4.7 9 61 92.4 46 289 2010 11/12 207 887 4.3 8 30 73.9 28 260 Totals 36/34 648 3110 4.8 24 67 84.1 113 863

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FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Selected as a College Sporting News Honorable Mention National Rookie of the Year ... Chosen as an honorable mention all-America kick returner by The Sports Network ... Tabbed as the CAA Offensive Rookie of the Year and the ECAC Rookie of the Year ... Fourth Tribe player to earn conference Rookie of the Year honors ... Earned first-team all-conference distinction as a kick returner and second-team all-league accolades as a running back ... Led the CAA and ranked 12th nationally with 162 all-purpose yards per game, a school record and leading the nation among freshmen ... Established a W&M freshman rushing record with 929 yards on 164 carries ... Ranked fourth in the CAA with 84.5 yards rushing per game, a figure that ranked third nationally among all freshmen ... Scored seven rushing touchdowns ... Also hauled in a pair of touchdown receptions to go with 39 catches for 314 yards receiving ... Led the conference with 24.5 yards per kickoff return ... Honored as The Sports Network Special Teams Player of the Week as well as the CAA Rookie of the Week and Special Teams Player of the Week following the Villanova game in which he piled up 324 all-purpose yards, coming just one yard shy of equaling the school record ... Totaled 161 return yards, six catches for 105 yards receiving and 58 rushing yards versus the Wildcats ... Highlighting the effort was a 97-yard kickoff return for a touchdown ... Totaled 282 all-purpose yards, the fourth most in school history, the following weekend in the win at New Hampshire ... Racked up 144 rushing yards with a score, caught eight passes for 47 yards and recorded 91 return yards versus UNH ... Selected as the CAA Rookie of the Week after piling up 130 yards rushing on 16 carries in the win against Northeastern ... Tabbed as the CAA Rookie of the Week after rushing for 97 yards on just five carries with

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SOPHOMORE YEAR (2009) Selected to the All-CAA First Team as a running back while garnering third-team all-league honors as a kick returner ... Garnered first-team VaSId All-State honors ... Became the fastest player in school history to rush for 1,000 career yards, reaching the milestone in just 13 games (coming in the Week 2 win against Central Connecticut State) ... Led the conference with 1,294 rushing yards, a figure that ranks third on W&M’s single-season list ... Impressive total ranked eighth nationally ... Ranked 18th in the country with 92.4 rushing yards per game ... Ranked second in the league and 13th nationally with 145.9 all-purpose yards per game ... Rushed for nine touchdowns ... Hauled in 46 catches for 289 yards with a score ... Rushed for more than 130 yards four times ... Honored as the CAA Offensive Co-Player of the Week after rushing for 158 yards with a touchdown in the win against James Madison ... Broke off a season-long 61-yard run against the Dukes ... Rushed for 133 yards with a career-high three touchdowns in the NCAA quarterfinal win at No. 1 Southern Illinois ... Totaled 139 rushing yards to go with four catches for 66 yards the previous week in the opening-round playoff win against Weber State ... Registered 136 rushing yards and five receptions for 21 yards in the victory against New Hampshire ... Tallied 98 rushing yards and a pair of touchdowns in the triumph versus Delaware ... Also found the end zone twice in the win at Northeastern, totaling 91 yards rushing (including a 55-yard touchdown scamper) to go with five catches ... Rushed for 95 yards and hauled in seven grabs for 51 yards in the regular-season game at Villanova ... Piled up 91 yards on the ground with a score in the triumph against Towson ... Chosen as a College Sporting News Preseason All-American ... Tabbed to the Preseason All-CAA Team ... Also garnered preseason all-conference distinction by Phil Steele ...

a pair of touchdowns against VMI ... Posted 111 yards rushing with a touchdown in the win versus Rhode Island ... Registered 96 yard rushing with a score in the victory at Towson ... Also had five catches for 23 yards versus the Tigers ... Tallied 92 yards rushing with a touchdown in the victory at Delaware ... Rushed for 71 yards on nine carries with a touchdown in the win against Norfolk State ... Also hauled in a 20-yard touchdown reception versus the Spartans ... Had a 16-yard touchdown grab at James Madison ...


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back at Varina High School for head coach Stu Brown ... Garnered first-team allregion honors as a senior after earning second-team distinction as a junior ... Twotime first-team all-district honoree ... Named second-team All-Metro as a senior ... Served as team captain and garnered team MVP honors as a senior ... Recipient of the Rivalry Series U.S. Marine Scholarship Award ... Totaled 82 tackles, five sacks and four interceptions (all returned for touchdowns) in ‘08 ... Recorded two interceptions as a junior ... Helped lead team to a pair of district and regional championships during his career ... Helped team earn a 31-5 record during his three seasons as a starter ... Also earned four letters in track and one in basketball ... Honor Roll student ... Served as the Forensics Club President from 2006-09 and was a journalist for the school newspaper ...

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) Appeared in five games as a reserve offensive lineman ... REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Appeared in eight games and earned a pair of starts against Rhode Island and New Hampshire ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Redshirted as a scout team offensive lineman ... HIGH SCHOOL Two-year letterwinner at defensive end, tackle and offensive tackle at Mount Pleasant for Head Coach Mark Lyons ... Captained squad in senior season ... Selected to participate in the Pennsylvania Big 33 football game ... First-team All-Keystone Conference offensive tackle in 2006 and 2007 ... Named to second-team AAA all-state squad as a senior after earning third-team honors as a junior ... Named squad’s outstanding lineman after both junior and senior seasons ... Named team MVP as a senior ... Rated a two-star recruit by both Scout.com and Rivals.com ... Started the final 22 games of his scholastic career ... A member of SADD (students against destructive decisions) and Quiz Bowl ... PERSONAL Son of Dawn and Robert Gumbita, Sr. ... Majoring in kinesiology ... Father played football at California University of Pa ... Born on May 5, 1990 in Pittsburgh, Pa.

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Appeared in eight games as a reserve cornerback and as a member of special teams ... Finished the season with six tackles, all solo stops, and a PBU ... Recorded multitackle efforts in the wins against VMI and Richmond ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Practice squad defensive back ... HIGH SCHOOL Three-year starter and four-year letterwinner as a wide receiver and defensive

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Elected as one of five team captains for 2011 season ... Returning All-Conference defensive end ... Preseason All-CAA selection ... Speed, strength and game experience position him to be one of league’s top defensive players ... Plays with tremendous motor ... Brings 22 career TFLs into senior season, including 12 sacks ... JUNIOR YEAR (2010) One of the Tribe’s top defensive players, he garnered second-team all-conference honors as a defensive end ... Ranked tied for second in the CAA with 5.5 sacks and tied for sixth with 12.5 tackles for a loss ... Ranked third in the league among defensive linemen with 5.2 tackles per game ... Posted his best performance of the season in the win at New Hampshire, totaling eight tackles (seven solo), 3.0 sacks and 4.0 tackles for a loss ... Also came up huge in the triumph against VMI, recording a season-high nine tackles with a sack and 2.0 TFLs ... Recorded a sack at North Carolina ... Tallied seven stops and 1.5 TFLs in the NCAA Playoff game versus Georgia Southern ... Registered seven tackles and a TFL in the season opener at UMass ... Notched six tackles and 0.5 TFL in wins against Richmond and Old Dominion ... SOPHOMORE YEAR (2009) Appeared in all 14 games as a reserve defensive end ... Recorded 18 tackles, 7.0 tackles for a loss, 4.5 sacks and a forced fumble ... Posted a huge game in the win at Rhode Island, totaling 3.0 TFLs, 2.0 sacks and a forced fumble ... Recorded a season-high five tackles with 1.5 TFLs at Richmond ... Tallied a sack and a fumble recovery in the win against James Madison ... Posted a sack versus Weber State ... Added a half sack in the victory against Delaware ...

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FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Redshirted as a scout team defensive end ... HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner at defensive end, tight end and offensive tackle at Tallwood for Head Coach Thad Harold ... Earned First-Team All-Beach and honorable mention All-Tidewater honors as a senior ... Named both team captain and team MVP for senior season that saw him record 14 sacks and an amazing 63 TFLs ... Also recorded 12 forced fumbles and 17 QB hurries ... Ended career with 169 total tackles ... Second-Team All-Beach as a junior and a honorable mention All-Beach District performer as a sophomore ... Male Athlete of the Year at Tallwood in 2008 ... Three-year letterwinner in track and field as both a shot-putter and sprint hurdler ... Won a district championship in lone year of wrestling in 2004 ...Voted as King of Tallwood’s Homecoming Court ... Also a mentor and tutor at school ...

FRESHMAN YEAR (2007) Scout team linebacker ... HIGH SCHOOL Named the AAA State Defensive Player of the Year by the Virginia High School League Coaches Association as a senior after leading Osbourn to a perfect 14-0 record and the AAA State Championship ... Tallied 181 tackles, 10 sacks, eight forced fumbles and two blocked punts to also earn first-team all-state honors under head coach Steve Schultz ... Named a Second-Team All-Met selection by the Washington Post and the Northwest Region Defensive Player of the Year ... Recorded three quarterback sacks and forced two fumbles that led to touchdowns in the state championship game ... Collected 149 tackles as a junior and 67 as a sophomore ... Also lettered three years in track and field and earned two letters in lacrosse ... PERSONAL Son of Gary D. Hyde, Jr. and Vivien Hyde ... Enjoys training and working with computers ... Majoring in sociology ... Born on October 24, 1988 in Cape Coral, Fla. Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

G/S 6/0 14/0 12/12 32/12

T 7 13 33 53

A 4 5 30 39

Hyde’s Career Defensive Stats Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU QBH Blk 11 2.5/15 2.0/15 0 0/0 0/0 0 1 0 18 7.0/33 4.5/29 1 1/0 0/0 1 2 0 63 12.5/46 5.5/30 0 0/0 0/0 2 4 1 92 22.0/94 12.0/74 1 1/0 0/0 3 7 0

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) Saw action in two games as a reserve defensive end ... Totaled a pair of tackles with 0.5 TFL at James Madison ... REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Appeared in two games as a reserve defensive end ...

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PERSONAL Son of Kristine Johnson and Melvin Reese ... Majoring in marketing ... Born on July 15, 1989 in Temple Hills, Md.

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) Started nine games at left guard ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Reserve offensive lineman who was on the travel squad for all 14 games but did not see any game action ... HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner as an offensive and defensive lineman at Eastside for head coach Rick Hurst ... Earned all-region, all-county and all-area honors as a senior after totaling 40 pancake blocks ... Selected as the team’s most valuable offensive lineman in 2008 ... Chosen as the Atlanta Touchdown Club Lineman of the Week once as a senior ... Garnered all-county accolades in ‘07 after recording 33 pancake blocks ... Elected as president of student government in 2008-09 ... Also served as the treasurer of student government the prior academic year ... DECA vice president, member o Men of Distinction, concert band and an honor roll student ... PERSONAL Son of Horace and Michelle Johnson ... Majoring in economics ...Member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. ... Member of NAACP, AAMC and LIVE ... Born on February 3, 1991 in Atlanta, Ga.

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REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Appeared in the first six games at defensive end before suffering a seasonending injury ... Recorded 11 tackles, 2.5 tackles for a loss and 2.0 sacks ... Tallied a pair of tackles and a sack against Villanova ... Also posted a pair of tackles with a sack in the win at Delaware ... Registered two tackles with 0.5 tackles for a loss in the win at New Hampshire ... Earned a season-high three stops in the victory against VMI ...


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SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) Saw action in 10 games and earned a start in the victory at New Hampshire ... Finished the season with 88 rushing yards on 14 carries ... Best effort of the season came in the win against Richmond when he rushed for 54 yards on five carries ... Recorded 24 rushing yards on five carries in the victory against VMI ...

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) Appeared in 11 games as a reserve tight end ... Finished the season with seven catches for 58 yards ... Totaled two receptions for 16 yards in the win at Old Dominion ... Also had catches against Maine, New Hampshire, James Madison and Georgia Southern ...

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Appeared in 12 games as a reserve running back ... Rushed 19 times for 81 yards ... Totaled a season-high 33 rushing yards on three carries in the win against Central Connecticut State ... Recorded 17 yards on the ground and hauled in a catch in the opening-round playoff victory against Weber State ... Posted 16 rushing yards in the win versus James Madison ...

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Saw action in three games as a reserve tight end ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Redshirted as the scout team quarterback ...

HIGH SCHOOL A two-year letterwinner at running back for Tabb ... An honorable mention alldistrict choice as a senior ... Named Region I Player of the Week during the 2007 season ... Rushed for 1,018 yards as a senior and averaged 8.6 yards per carry ... Had 13 rushing touchdowns and one receiving ... Defensively, finished with 30 tackles and four sacks ... Also lettered in basketball and track at Tabb ... Earned the Coaches Award in track in 2007 ... A member of the National Honor Society, Boys State and the U.S. Achievement Academy ...

HIGH SCHOOL Three-year starter at quarterback at Downingtown West for Head Coach Michael Milano ... A three-time all-league and all-area selection ... Garnered all-state accolades as a senior ... Led his team to a 10-2 record and the third round of the state playoffs in 2007 ... Completed 145-of-238 passes for 21 touchdowns (with just three interceptions) as a senior ... Also contributed 555 yards and nine touchdowns rushing ... Threw for 1,500 yards and 14 TDs as a junior, completing 99 passes in 148 attempts and ran for an additional 447 yards ... Passed for 1,305 yards while running for 355 yards during sophomore season ... Set every passing record at Downingtown West ...Also a starter on Downingtown West’s baseball and basketball teams ... Averaged 10 points per game in basketball as a senior ... An honor roll student in high school ...

PERSONAL Son of DeWayne and Pamela Richard ... Majoring in economics ... Father was a four-year starter in basketball at Xavier University of Louisiana ... Born on April 2, 1990 in San Antonio, Texas.

PERSONAL Son of Robin and Thomas Kearney ... Father played center and nose tackle at Pennsylvania, while his uncle, Kevin Nolan, played guard at North Carolina ... Majoring in economics ... Born on December 8, 1989 in Chester County, Pa.

Jones’ Career Offensive Stats Year G/S Att Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G Rec Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G 2010 10/1 14 88 6.3 0 49 8.8 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0

Kearney’s Career Offensive Stats Year G/S Rec Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G Rush Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G 2010 11/1 7 58 8.3 0 18 5.3 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0

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FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Member of the travel squad for all three playoff games but did not see any game action ... HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner as a kicker and punter at Lafayette for head coach Paul Wheeler ... First-team all-state and all-region selection as a punter ... Two-time alldistrict selection as a kicker and punter ... Chosen to the Daily Press All-Star Team ... Also named to the All-Virginia Gazette Team ... Averaged 42 yards per punt ... Earned four letters in soccer as a goalkeeper and a pair of letters in indoor track as a sprinter ... Garnered all-state accolades in soccer twice ... Honored as the 2009 Lafayette H.S. Outstanding Male Athlete of the Year ... Selected to the Athletic Honor Roll 10 times ... Served as high school class president twice and was the Student Body President as a senior ... Extracurricular activities included the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta National Math Honor Society, Project Out Reach (Club Reporter) and Key Club ... Earned Principal’s Leadership Award ... Active in Boy Scouts and was an Eagle Scout and Troop Leadership Award Winner ...

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Scout team offensive lineman ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Redshirted as a scout team offensive lineman ... HIGH SCHOOL Three-year starter as a center at Midlothian for head coach Dave Cooper ... Earned all-district honors and was a academic all-district selection ... Honored as the team’s most outstanding lineman ... Was named Most Outstanding Male Athlete as a senior ... Also earned two letters in wrestling and ranked No. 1 in the region and No. 8 in the state ... Five-time school scholar-athlete ... Richmond Times-Dispatch scholar-athlete nominee ... Member of the National Honor Society ... PERSONAL Son of Steven and Corinne Larus ... Father was a D-III All-American at Emory and Henry College and signed as a free agent with the New England Patriots ... Sister plays softball at Virginia ... Majoring in history ... Born on January 29, 1991 in King of Prussia, Pa.

PERSONAL Son of C. William and Kathy Kuhn ... Majoring in finance ... Born on October 29, 1990 in Williamsburg, Va. Kuhn’s Career Stats Year PAT FGM-FGA 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ Lng Pts Blk 2010 17-19 13-18 5-6 6-8 1-3 0-0 42 56 0

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Scout team running back ... HIGH SCHOOL Earned second-team all-conference honors in ‘09 after rushing for 731 yards on 114 carries (6.4 ypc) with six touchdowns ... Also hauled in six catches for 105 yards with a touchdown ... Rushed for 519 yards on just 59 carries with nine touchdowns as a junior ... Two-star recruit by Rivals.com and Scout.com ... PERSONAL Son of Darnell Laws Sr. ... Born on Dec. 19, 1991.

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REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Converted 13-of-18 field goal attempts and 17-of-19 extra-point attempts during his first season as the Tribe’s place kicker ... Connected on his final nine field goal attempts to close the season ... Went 3-for-3 on field goal attempts at James Madison and in the NCAA Playoff game versus Georgia Southern ... Made both his field goal attempts in the win against Richmond ... Connected on a pair of field goals in the triumph versus Rhode Island ...


REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Member of the travel squad who saw limited reps at wide out ...

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FRESHMAN YEAR (2007) Scout team quarterback/athlete ...

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) Appeared in 11 games as a reserve cornerback and as a member of special teams ... Finished the season with 11 tackles ... Posted three-tackle performances in wins against VMI and Maine ... Recorded a pair of stops in the triumph against Richmond ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Appeared in 11 games on special teams ...Finished the season with three solo tackles ...Honored as the QB Club Special Teams Player of the Week following the NCAA opening-round win against Weber State ... High School Three-year letterwinner as a quarterback and free safety at Buckingham County ... Earned second-team all-district honors as a quarterback twice ... Finished his career with 2,300 yards passing and 15 touchdowns ... Also rushed for 20 touchdowns ... Also garnered four letters in baseball as a centerfielder and two letters in basketball as a point guard ... A second-team all-district honoree in baseball in ‘08 ... Led basketball team to the state quarterfinals in ‘08 ... Member of the National Honor Society, Future Business Leaders of America, BETA Club and was a SCA Senior Class Representative.

HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner and two-time First-Team All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference quarterback for coach Pat McGroarty ... Passed for 2,007 yards and 21 touchdowns, completing 143 of 270 attempts as a senior ... Finished career with 4,176 yards and 36 touchdowns, having completed 298 of 595 career attempts ... Two-time honorable mention All-Met selection by the Washington Post ... Also lettered two years in basketball and one year in track ... Member of FCA and a student ambassador ... Served as a United States Senate page summer of 2005 ... PERSONAL Son of Robert and Patricia Mangas ... Majoring in kinesiology with a minor in economics ... Father played football at Kentucky (1978-82) ... Enjoys basketball and golf and is a general sports enthusiast ... Born on February 22, 1989 in Arlington, Va. Mangas’ Career Offensive Stats Year G/S Rec Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G Rush Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G 2010 12/0 28 233 8.3 0 22 19.4 3 8 2.7 0 4 0.7

Personal Son of Larry Lee and Carolyn Smith-Lee ... Uncle Donald lee Played football at Norfolk State ... Enjoys swimming, playing piano and playing drums ... Majoring in public policy ... Member of 1 in 4 ... Born on June 25, 1990 in Buckingham, Va.

NAVY (2010) Redshirted ...

JUNIOR YEAR (2010) Converted from quarterback to wide receiver and finished the year with 28 receptions for 233 yards ... Best performance of the season came at North Carolina when he recorded a career-high seven catches for 53 yards ... Totaled five receptions for 43 yards in the season opener at UMass ... SOPHOMORE YEAR (2009) Appeared in the victory against Central Connecticut State ...

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HIGH SCHOOL A 2010 graduate of Memphis University School, McBride earned letters in football (3) and track & field (3) ... His high school football team posted a combined 26-0 record over his final two seasons, winning state titles ... Two-time all-county running back, he served as the team captain his senior year ... Track team won the state title in 2009 ... Claimed the 200 meter crown at the state championship with a time of 21.9 ... PERSONAL Full name is Keith Bernard McBride II ... Born Aug. 28, 1992, in Memphis, Tenn. ... Member of the Tribe Fellowship ... Son of Keith and Geraldine McBride.

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REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Appeared in 13 games as a reserve linebacker ... Finished the season with 15 tackles, 0.5 tackle for a loss and a pass breakup ... Recorded a season-high four tackles in the victory at Towson ... Tallied two stops with a 0.5 TFL in the win at Rhode Island ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Redshirted as a scout team linebacker ... HIGH SCHOOL A three-year letterwinner at running back and linebacker at Caroline for Head Coach Robert Jenkins ... A three-time first-team all-district, all-region and all-area choice at both running back and linebacker ... A first-team all-state linebacker as a senior ... Old Spice Red Zone Player of the Year (top 50 in the nation) as a junior ... Graduated as Caroline’s all-time leading tackler ... President of the National Honor Society and his high school class as a sophomore, junior and senior ... A member of the BETA Club and FCA ... PERSONAL Son of Alvin and Elaine Mines ... Majoring in kinesiology and health sciences ... Member of Ebony Expressions Gospel Choir, LIVE Awareness Group, 1 in 4 and Generation Church ... Born on February 8, 1990 in Richmond, Va. Year 2009 2010 Totals

G/S 13/0 12/3 15/3

T 10 29 39

A 5 36 41

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) One of the top receivers in the CAA, earning second-team all-conference honors ... Led the team with 47 catches for 731 yards with two touchdowns ... Ranked fifth in the league with 60.9 receiving yards per game ... Recorded three 100-yard receiving games ... Posted best performance of the season at James Madison, totaling a career-best eight receptions for 122 yards with a touchdown ... Caught five passes for 101 yards in the following week’s victory against Richmond ... Tallied four catches for 110 yards, with a season-long reception of 47 yards, in the win versus VMI ... Registered four catches for 73 yards with a touchdown in the triumph against URI ... Posted back-to-back six-catch efforts versus Delaware and UNC ... REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Earned starts in the opening two games before suffering a season-ending injury in the win against Central Connecticut State ... Hauled in three catches for 70 yards, including a 48-yard grab, in the season-opening win at Virginia ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Redshirted as scout team wide receiver ... Honored as the W&M QB Club Scout Team Offensive Player of the Year ... HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at wide receiver at Stone Bridge for Head Coach Mickey Thompson ... Helped Stone Bridge to the Virginia AAA Division 5 State Championship in 2007 ... Tied the state record for touchdowns in the championship game with three to go along with 158 yards receiving ... As a senior, earned first-team all-state, all-region and all-district honors ... Broke the Stone Bridge school records for receiving yards in a season with 1199, receiving touchdowns with 19 and receptions with 59 ... Also lettered in basketball at Stone Bridge ... Was an SCA Rep and a member of DECA and FBLA ... PERSONAL Son of Gill Moody and Hiedi Portalatin ... Uncle, Keith Moody, played basketball at the University of Nebraska ... Majoring in kinesiology ... Member of SAAC ... Born on July 10, 1990 in Fairfax, Va.

Mines’ Career Defensive Stats Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU QBH Blk 15 0.5/1 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 1 0 0 65 2.0/6 0.0/0 1 2/0 1/-7 4 0 0 80 2.5/7 0.0/0 1 2/0 1/-7 5 0 0

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SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) Posted a breakout sophomore season in which he ranked fourth on the team with 65 tackles ... Also recorded 2.0 tackles for a loss, an interception, a forced fumble and two fumble recoveries ... Played in all 12 games and earned three starts ... Earned first career start in season opener at UMass and totaled a career-high 16 tackles with 0.5 TFL ... Made eight stops with a TFL, forced fumble and interception in the following week’s win against VMI ... Registered seven tackles in the win at Old Dominion ... Recovered fumbles in successive weeks at North Carolina and at New Hampshire, with both recoveries coming on special teams coverage units ...


SOPHOMORE YEAR (2009) Appeared in four games and made a tackle in the win at Norfolk State ...

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REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Saw action in seven games primarily on special teams ... Registered a tackle in the win at New Hampshire ... SENIOR YEAR (2010) Played in just two games before suffering a season-ending injury ...

FRESHMAN YEAR (2007) Scout team defensive back ...

JUNIOR YEAR (2009) Appeared in all 14 games as a reserve defensive end and fullback ... Finished the season with 13 tackles, a sack and a safety ... Registered two tackles and a safety in the win at Rhode Island ... Honored as the QB Club Special Teams Player of the Week in the victory against Towson and in the NCAA Semifinal game versus Villanova ...

HIGH SCHOOL Two-year varsity letterwinning running back and defensive back for coach Bob Brinkley ... Earned All-Colonial District honors at running back as a junior ... Served as team captain as a senior ... Lettered four years running hurdles in outdoor track and two years of indoor track ... Twotime team captain (2005, 2006) for both indoor and outdoor track and field teams ... Also lettered one season in wrestling ... Vice President of National Honor Society as a senior ... Latin Club President as a senior and Interact Club President as a junior and senior ... Beta Club member ...

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2008) Key reserve at defensive end who appeared in all 11 games ... Finished the year with 18 tackles ... Recorded a career-high six tackles (three solo) in the victory against Norfolk State ... Made three stops in the season opener at N.C. State ... Totaled a pair of tackles versus New Hampshire, Towson and James Madison ... REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2007) Missed season due to ACL surgery ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2006) Joined the program as a walk-on in the fall and redshirted as a scout team linebacker ... HIGH SCHOOL Played under coach Dom Damico ... Earned all-county honors at linebacker and was named honorable mention all-state for big schools in Maryland ... PERSONAL Son of Terry and Susan O’Brien ... Enjoys lacrosse, fishing and water sports ... Majoring in economics ... Born on April 15, 1988 in Baltimore, Md.

JUNIOR YEAR (2010) Appeared in all 12 games and earned a start in the regular-season finale against Richmond ... Finished the year with 11 tackles and an interception ... Recorded a career-high five tackles (four solo) and an interception in the win at New Hampshire ... His interception came in the end zone and halted a UNH scoring opportunity just before halftime ... Made a pair of solo stops at North Carolina ...

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PERSONAL Son of John and Suzy O’Connor ... Father played baseball at Richmond (1977-80) ... Enjoys guitar, snowboarding and reading ... Majoring in English with a economics minor ... Born on January 25, 1989 in Blacksburg, Va. Year 2009 2010 Totals

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O’Connor’s Career Defensive Stats A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU QBH Blk 0 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 3 11 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0/0 1/0 1 0 0 3 12 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0/0 1/0 1 0 0

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Scout team quarterback ... HIGH SCHOOL Served as a team captain during his senior year ... Threw for 1,610 yards and 18 touchdowns as a senior ... Three-time participant in NJSIAA Non-Public, Group IV

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15 sacks and eight fumble recoveries ... Also lettered two years in basketball as a power forward and was named to the conference all-star team as a senior ... Member of National Honor Society and Latin Club ... PERSONAL Son of Mike and Cheryl Pagliaro ... Enjoys basketball, listening to music, video games, ping-pong and spending time with friends ... Majoring in kinesiology .. Born on January 10, 1989 in Allentown, Pa.

PERSONAL Son of Rafael and Allison Ortiz ... Older brother of five sisters ... Born on Feb. 11, 1992.

Comes into fall as the Tribe’s starting quarterback ... Missed entire spring season with shoulder injury but is expected back at full strength for fall drills ... Complete package for Tribe’s pro-style offense, with outstanding size and arm strength and has mobility to extend plays ... Potential to be one of elite quarterbacks in FCS ... Strong senior season could position him for opportunity at next level ... Transferred into the College from North Carolina in January of 2010 ... Elected as one of five team captains for 2010 season ... Enters year as returning allconference performer and a preseason All-CAA selection ... Earned all-conference honors in first full season as starter in 2010 ... Possesses tremendous work ethic and leadership skills ... Potential to be one of league’s top linemen ... JUNIOR YEAR (2010) Earned starts in all 12 games at center ... JUNIOR YEAR (2009) Saw action in five games as a reserve ...

JUNIOR YEAR (2010) Appeared in six games and earned three starts before suffering a season-ending injury at North Carolina ... Completed 88-of-142 passes for 883 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions ... Keyed a fourth quarter comeback at Maine, completing 9-of-16 passes for 104 yards and a game-winning touchdown after entering the game as a reserve with less than 15 minutes remaining ... Completed 5-of-8 passes for 59 yards, while rushing for 13 more, on the game-winning drive that culminated with a 21-yard touchdown pass to Chase Hill with just 20 seconds left on the clock ... Completed 24-of-35 passes for 209 yards with two touchdowns in the near upset at North Carolina ... Was especially effective in the first half against UNC, completing 13-of-14 passes for 118 yards and two touchdowns to help give W&M a 17-7 advantage at halftime ... Earned the start in W&M’s win against top-ranked Villanova, completing 20-of-28 passes for 211 yards with a pair of interceptions ...

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2008) Appeared in two games at defensive tackle ... Registered a tackle in the win against VMI ... Also made a stop the following week in the victory against Norfolk State ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2007) Scout team defensive lineman ... HIGH SCHOOL Two-year letterwinner and team captain as a senior under head coach Jim Morgans ... Earned first-team all-conference and second-team all-area honors at defensive end ... Selected to play in the Pennsylvania East-West All-Star Game ... Named team’s defensive MVP both as a junior and senior ... Tallied nine sacks, an interception and scored two defensive touchdowns in 2006 ... Finished career with

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Title games ... Earned The Star Ledger first-team All-State honors ... All-Non-Public Group IV First Team Offense ... First-team All-Hudson ... Hudson County Player of the Year ... HCV All-County Team ... NJTCC Division IV All Conference First Team on offense ... Named to the 2009 Super 100 All-State Football Team ... MSG High School Game of the Week MVP (9/26/2009) ... Bigtime Positional Finalist at the 2009 Chuck Mound Bigtime High School Football Awards ... Hudson Reporter Athlete of the Week (11/29/09) ... Invited to play in the New Jersey vs. New England Senior Bowl ... Finished his SPP Varsity Football Career with an impressive No. 3 Final State Ranking for 2009 ... Four-year varsity basketball player under Coach Mike Kelly ... Back-to-back county champions ... Earned Academic First Honors for all four years ...


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AT UNC (2007-09) Played in four games and was 4-for-13 for 33 yards with two interceptions ... Saw action on the final series in the win over No. 23 Boston College ... Made first career start at Miami and was 1-for-4 for 10 yards ... Entered the Virginia Tech game for an injured T.J. Yates and was 3-for-8 for 23 yards and two picks ... Saw first career action in the fourth quarter at Rutgers and was 0-for-1 passing ... Redshirted in 2007 ... HIGH SCHOOL SuperPrep All-America ... Ranked the No. 1 player in New York by SuperPrep ... Ranked the No. 4 pro-style quarterback in the country by Rivals.com ... Considered the No. 7 quarterback in the country by PrepStar ... Named the New York state Gatorade Player of the Year ... Member of Tom Lemming’s All-America team ... Ranked the No. 10 quarterback in the country by Scout.com ... Considered the No. 15 quarterback in the country by SuperPrep ... Completed 58 percent of his passes for 2,304 yards and 29 touchdowns as a senior ... Led team to an 11-1 record as a junior, falling in the state semifinals ... Completed 131 of 234 attempts for 2,084 yards and 23 touchdowns and nine interceptions ... Earned third-team all-state honors as a junior ... Coached by Joe Casamente ... PERSONAL Son of Denise and David Paulus ... Majoring in kinesiology with a business minor ... His brother, Greg, played point guard for Duke’s basketball team, then started a season at quarterback for Syracuse ... Brothers David, Matt, Danny and Chris played football at Georgetown ... His sister, Sarah, is a basketball player at Fairfield ... Born October 12, 1988. Paulus’ Career Quarterbacking Stats (at W&M) Year G/S Eff. At-Co-In Pct. Yds TD Lg Av/G Rush Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G 2010 6/3 120.7 142-88-2 62.0 883 4 36 147.2 14 -24 -1.7 0 10 -4.0

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) Missed much of the year due to injury, but played on special teams in the NCAA Playoff game ... REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Saw action in six games on special teams coverage ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Redshirted as scout team linebacker ... Honored as the W&M QB Club Scout Team Defensive Player of the Year ... HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at Lafayette for Head Coach Paul Wheeler ... Named the Bay Rivers District Defensive Player of the Year ... The Region I Player of the Year

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FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Scout team defensive lineman ... HIGH SCHOOL Earned first-team all-county and first-team all-league honors as a senior ... Recorded 23 sacks during a two-year span, which was a school record ... Served as a team captain ... Honored as the Athlete of the Month for Northern Valley Old Tappan ... Selected as the Combine King MVP at the National Underclassmen Combine New Jersey ... Garnered the “Best Lineman” team award ... Represented OTHS as the league sportsmanship conference ... Chosen as the Defensive Player of the Week to Watch as a junior ... Member of the Half Ton Lifting Club as a senior ... PERSONAL Son of Terence and Betty Reilly ... Born on Dec. 14, 1991.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Scout team quarterback ... HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner as a quarterback at Battlefield High School for head coach Mark Cox ... Earned all-state honorable mention distinction as a senior ... Finished career as the school’s all-time passing leader with more than 3,200 yards ... Also owns the school record for most victories as a quarterback, posting a 25-2 mark ... Finished his career with a 58 percent completion percentage, 30 touchdown passes and 14 rushing touchdowns ... All-Cedar Run selection and chosen as the Offensive Player of the Year ... Garnered All-Northwest Region and Region Player of the Year honors ... Earned Washington Post All-Met honorable mention distinction

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... All-Prince William County selection ... 2010 Virginia Coaches Association All-Star Game Northwest Region Offensive MVP Award ... Fairfax County Youth Association 2009/10 High School Player of the Year Honoree ... Served as a team captain ... Also earned three letters in basketball as a center/forward ... Garnered all-district honors as a senior ... Principal Honor Roll member ... Graduated with a GPA of better than 4.0 and was a Summa Cum Laude Honor Graduate ...

Comes into season as one of league’s most experienced defensive lineman, with 27 career starts (in 34 appearances) ... Great size and outstanding strength make him an ideal fit as one technique ... His combination of physical skills and game experience will position him to challenge for postseason honors ... Staff will rely on his leadership among down lineman ... JUNIOR YEAR (2010) Appeared in all 12 games and earned 11 starts ... Finished the season with 34 tackles, 1.5 tackles for a loss and a fumble recovery ... Totaled a career-high five tackles and 0.5 TFL in the win at Old Dominion ... Equaled his career-best tackle total with five stops at North Carolina and in the NCAA Playoff game against Georgia Southern ... Recovered a fumble in the win against Richmond ...

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) Appeared in 10 games on special teams ... REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Saw action in six games as a reserve fullback ... Recorded a pair of catches for 13 yards ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Redshirted as scout team linebacker ... HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner as a linebacker at Salem ... First-team all-region and alldistrict selection as a senior ... Also named as the CRUNCH Defensive Player of the Year ... An AllTimesland selection ... Honored as the Sportch Bell Award Winner ... Served as a team captain ... Averaged more than 10 tackles per game in 2007 and set a singleseason school record for assisted tackles ... Finished career with 275 tackles ... Garnered all-district distinction as a junior ... Member of the National Honor Society, Key Club and was an Eagle Scout ...

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2009) Appeared in all 11 regular-season contests and earned six starts before missing the playoffs with an injury suffered in the Richmond game ... Registered 20 total tackles, 2.0 tackles for a loss and a half sack ... Recorded a season-high four tackles with a quarterback hurry in the win against New Hampshire ... Posted a TFL in the triumph versus James Madison ... Tallied three tackles and a half sack in the victory at Northeastern ... REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Started all 11 games at defensive tackle ... Totaled 26 tackles and 0.5 tackles for a loss ... Recorded a career-high five tackles in the win at New Hampshire ... Made four stops in the victory against VMI ... Tallied three tackles (all solo) in the win at Delaware ... Registered three tackles in the season finale versus Richmond ... Earned half tackle for a loss in the win at Towson ...

PERSONAL Son of Stephen and Diane Ribble ... Majoring in finance with a minor in psychology ... W&M Sports Business Club President ... W&M Finance Academy CFA Ambassador ... Volunteers with Big Brothers and Big Sisters ... Born on January 31, 1990 in Roanoke, Va.

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PERSONAL Son of Bill and Troi Revell ... Father played football at Virginia ... Grandfather played basketball at Clemson ... Maternal grandfather played baseball at Michigan State ... Majoring in kinesiology ... Enjoys reading and golf ... Born on Nov. 24, 1991 in Fairfax, Va.


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FRESHMAN YEAR (2007) Scout team defensive lineman ... HIGH SCHOOL Three-year starter at offensive guard and defensive tackle for head coach Patrick Kane ... First-Team All-Colonial District pick at guard and First-Team All-Metro at defensive tackle by Richmond Times-Dispatch in 2006 ... Recorded 108 total tackles as a senior, the second-most in school history, to earn Second-Team All-Central Region honors ... Also named team MVP ... Earned Second-Team All-Colonial District honors on both offense and defense as a junior in 2005 ... Received team’s Panther Award as a junior ... Three-time all-district qualifying thrower in track and field ... Named all-region in 2005 and 2006 in track ... Also a three-time all-district academic team selection ...

Packet ... Trenton Times also selected him to Second-Team All-Prep Honors as a defensive lineman ... Also a three-year letterwinner as a member of the tennis squad ... PERSONAL Son of Kim Dean and Dan Salazar ... Father played hockey at Princeton ... Majoring in kinesiology and health sciences ... Member of Tribe Fellowship ... Born on November 28, 1990 in Overland Park, Kan.

PERSONAL Son Harold and Willnette Robertson ... Cousin, Devin Allen, played semi-pro football for the Virginia Ravens ... Enjoys basketball, music, playing the drums and video games ... Majoring in kinesiology ... Born on December 7, 1988 in Richmond, Va. Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

G/S 11/11 11/6 12/11 34/28

T 11 8 7 26

Robertson’s Career Defensive Stats A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU QBH Blk 15 26 0.5/0 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 1 0 0 12 20 2.0/6 0.5/4 0 0/0 0/0 0 1 0 27 34 1.5/2 0.0/0 0 1/0 0/0 0 1 0 54 80 4.0/8 0.5/4 0 0/0 0/0 1 2 0

JUNIOR YEAR (2010) Saw action as a reserve during the second half in the win at New Hampshire but did not throw a pass ... SOPHOMORE YEAR (2009) Saw action in four games as a reserve quarterback ... Finished the season competing 4-of-7 passes for 57 yards ... Completed 3-of-4 passes four 43 yards in the win against Towson ... REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Member of the travel squad for the N.C. State game ...

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) Earned starts in all 12 games at right tackle ...

FRESHMAN YEAR (2007) Scout team quarterback ...

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Appeared in eight games as a reserve offensive lineman ...

HIGH SCHOOL Named All-Western New York and a Fourth-Team All-State (AA) selection at quarterback by the New York State Sportswriters Association ... Led St. Joseph’s to second-straight Monsignor Martin League title after passing for a school-record 2,212 yards and 30 touchdowns under head coach Bob O’Connor ... Completed 160-of261 passing attempts in nine games, which included five 300-yard games and two games with six touchdown tosses ... Passed for a school-record 349 yards and four touchdowns in league championship victory and earned the game’s offensive MVP award ... Named to the Towanda News and Greater Niagara First-Teams ... Invited to play in the Governor’s Bowl at Rutgers and selected to the New York state ?Golden 50? ... Connolly Cup finalist, given to the western New York player of the year ... Also a two-time team MVP in lacrosse ... Student council representative, Kairos retreat leader and member of Philosophy and French clubs ...

FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Redshirted as scout team offensive lineman ... HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner at offensive and defensive tackle at The Hun School for Head Coach Dave Dudeck ... First-Team All-Mid Atlantic Prep League performer at both offensive and defensive tackle as a senior ... Selected to play in both the New Jersey North/South All-Star game and the Governor’s Bowl (a game featuring top players from New York vs. New Jersey) ... Helped team to 9-0 record and the New Jersey Prep State Title and the Mid-Atlantic Prep League Championship as a senior ... Finished senior season with 21 total tackles, five tackles for losses, a blocked kick and one interception returned for a touchdown ... Named to First-Team All-Prep honors as an offensive lineman by the Trenton Times, Star Ledger and Princeton

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... Enjoys football and photography ... Major is undecided ... Born on December 1, 1988 in Buffalo, N.Y. G/S 4/0 1/0 5/0

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Schmand’s Career Quarterbacking Stats At-Co-In Pct. Yds TD Lg Av/G Rush Yds 7-4-0 57.1 57 0 23 14.2 1 -5 0-0-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 7-4-0 57.1 57 0 23 14.4 1 -5

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Lg Av/G 0 -1.2 0 0.0 0 -1.0 FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Scout team defensive lineman ...

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Reserve linebacker who saw action in three games on special teams ... Finished the year with a pair of tackles, coming in wins against Villanova and Rhode Island ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Scout team wide receiver ... HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner at St. Anne’s Belfield School for head coach John Blake ... Played linebacker, wide receiver, running back and kick returner ... Earned FirstTeam All-State honors as a senior and was chosen as the State Defensive Player of the Year ... Also chosen as the Daily Progress All-Central Virginia Defensive Player of the Year and the ODFC Defensive Player of the Year in ‘08 ... Earned first-team All-ODFC honors ... Totaled 133 tackles, 23 tackles for a loss, six sacks and an interception as a senior ... Chosen as the ODFC Defensive Player of the Year in ‘07 after registering 85 tackles, 10 tackles for a loss and eight sacks ... All-State honoree in ‘07 ... Helped lead team to the state finals in ‘08 and claim back-to-back state titles in ‘06 and ‘07 ... Earned letters with the basketball and track teams ... PERSONAL Son of Angela September ... Majoring in economics ... Born on Sept. 26, 1990.

HIGH SCHOOL Three-year starter for Gordon at La Salle High School ... Earned first-team all-state honors and garnered first-team All-Southeastern Pennsylvania distinction in ‘09 in helping his team to the 2009 State Championship ... Two-time All-Catholic selection ... Earned all-city honors twice ... Team’s leading tackler as a senior with seven tackles per game ... Also registered nine sacks, three forced fumbles and five defended passes ... PERSONAL Son of Robert and Trish Sinnott ... Born on June 27, 1992.

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Reserve offensive lineman who saw action in eight games ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Scout team offensive lineman ... Honored with Provot’s Award ... HIGH SCHOOL Two-year letterman as an offensive and defensive lineman at Stone Bridge for head coach Mickey Thompson ... Selected to the all-state first team by the VHSL and the Associated Press as a senior ... Also garnered first-team all-district and all-region accolades in ‘08 ... Washington Post All-Met Honorable Mention and Washington Post All-Extra First Team honoree ... Named to the TCC Gameday All-Star Team ... Chosen as the team’s offensive lineman of the year ... Helped SBHS average more than 40 points a game in ‘08 ... Helped team post a 13-0 record during senior season before losing in the state semifinals ... Three-year letterwinner in track in field and owns the school record in shot put ... Earned the SBHS Student-Athlete Award multiple times ... Co-founder of the Psychology Club ... PERSONAL Son of Michael and Tracey Springman ... Majoring in applied mathematics ... Treasurer of 1 in 4 ... Sister, Haley, is a member of the track and field team at the University of Pittsburgh ... Born on July 19, 1991 in Torrance, Calif.

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REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Reserve defensive end who appeared in 10 games ... Finished the year with 13 tackles and 0.5 TFL ... Posted multi-tackle efforts four times ... Registered the 0.5 TFL in the win against Delaware ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Scout teamd defensive lineman ... HIGH SCHOOL Three-year starter as a defensive and offensive lineman at St. Anne’s Belfield School for head coach John Blake ... A First-Team Virginia Independent Schools selection in ‘08 as a defensive end and offensive tackle ... Also earned first-team all-conference honors on both sides of the ball as a senior ... First-team all-region on defense and second-team all-region on offense in ‘08 ... Played in nine of 11 games as a senior, totaling 72 tackles, eight tackles for a loss and seven sacks ... Also registered 60 pancake blocks as an offensive lineman ... Led team to DII state title game in ‘08 ... Selected first-team all-state, all-region and all-district as both a defensive end and offensive tackle in ‘07 ... Recorded 65 tackles, 10 tackles for a loss, six sacks and an interception as a junior ... Helped team win back-to-back state championships in 2006 and 2007 ... Named to the All-Combine team at an event held in North Carolina ... Had an offer from Duke and was recruited by numerous D-I programs ... Earned two letters on the basketball team ...

FRESHMAN YEAR (2010) Scout team defensive back ... HIGH SCHOOL Chosen to the DCSportsFan Super 60 Team as a senior ... Honored as the 2009 DCSportsFan Defensive Player of the Year ... Garnered first-team All-Met accolades as a defensive back from the Washington Post ... Selected to the All-Gazette First Team as a wide receiver by the Montgomery Gazette ... Named to the 2009 Maryland High School Consensus All-State Team ... Chosen as the 2009 Division 4A Player of the Year ... Earned Montgomery County 4A all-league accolades ... Member of the Washington Team in the Maryland Crab Bowl ... Finished senior season with 63 tackles, nine sacks and a pair of interceptions ... Also totaled 54 receptions for 807 yards and 11 touchdowns as a wide receiver ... PERSONAL Son of Ivan Tagoe and Francess Tagoe ... Born on Oct. 19, 1992.

PERSONAL Son of Phil and Julia Stinnie ... Father was a third-round draft pick by the New York Knicks ... Majoring in kinesiology ... Born on January 18, 1990 in Charlottesville, Va. Stinnie’s Career Defensive Stats Year G/S T A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU QBH Blk 2010 10/0 3 10 13 0.5/1 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) Reserve wide receiver who appeared in nine games ... REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) On the travel squad for 12 games but did not see any game action ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Redshirted as scout team wide receiver ... HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner as a wide receiver at Linganore for Head Coach Rick Conner ... First-team all-state selection as a senior ... Named the Frederick Area’s Offensive Player of the Year after senior season saw him bring down 50 catches for 867 yards and 19 touchdowns ... Ended career with 104 catches for 1722 yards and 26 TDs ... Three-time first-team all-area and all-county selection (2005-07) ... Second-team All-Met squad in 2007 ... Holds league records for most regular season receiving TDs (25) and career receptions (104) ... Also holds the Maryland Scholastic State record for single-season touchdown receptions (19) ... His 1722 career receiving

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PERSONAL Son of Peta and Calvin Thomas ... Majoring in art with a concentration in architecture ... Plays the saxophone in the W&M Ebony Choir ... Father ran track at Michigan State ... Played the saxophone in his high school’s marching and jazz bands ... Born on October 17, 1990 in Rockville, Md.

HIGH SCHOOL Three-year letterwinner as a defensive back and wide receiver at Franklin for Head Coach Louis Soloman ... Two-time First-Team Skyland Conference selection as defensive back (2006-07) ... Also two-time first-team all-county selection on defense (2006-07) ... Two-time second-team all-area selection as defensive back (200607) ... First-Team All-Somerset selection as defensive back (2007) ... First-Team All-Skyland Conference (East Division) Offensive (2007) ... Ended senior season with 896 rushing yards (on 182 attempts) and 11 TDs ... Had seven career INTs, including four in senior season ... Recorded a pair of INT returns for TDs in career ... Contributed 67 total tackles as a senior, with one sack ... Had 39 career receptions for 490 yards and two scores ... Also returned punts and kicks for squad ... Earned additional letters in track and basketball ... PERSONAL Son of Jackie and Chuck Thompson ... Majoring in sociology ... Member of 1 in 4 ... Member of Generation Church ... Volunteers with the kids church at the Christian Live Center ... Born on June 17, 1990 in New Brunswick, N.J. Year 2009 2010 Totals

G/S 13/0 12/12 15/12

T 5 43 48

Thompson’s Career Defensive Stats A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU QBH Blk 4 9 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 0 0 0 37 80 7.5/16 0.0/0 1 1/0 2/49 4 0 0 41 89 7.5/16 0.0/0 1 1/0 2/49 4 0 0

Comes off his first season as team’s starting strong safety poised to challenge for all-league honors in 2011 ... Great quickness and knowledge of the defensive scheme ... Staff will rely on his strength and speed to be a dual threat at both line of scrimmage and in coverage ... Outstanding leader in the backfield ... Has seen 25 games of playing experience, starting the last 11 (all last season) ... SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) Earned starts in all 12 games at strong safety ... Ranked third on the team with 80 tackles, while also totaling 7.5 tackles for a loss, two interceptions, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery ... Ranked tied for fourth in the conference among defensive backs with 6.7 tackles per game ... Recorded four double-digit tackle efforts ... Totaled a career-high 12 tackles (nine solo) with a TFL in the win at Maine ... Intercepted two passes, and piled up 49 interception return yards, in the win against VMI ... Registered 10 tackles in the season opener against UMass ... Also posted 10-tackle performances in the win at Old Dominion and at James Madison ... Tallied a TFL against both the Monarchs and the Dukes ... Made eight stops with a TFL in the victory at New Hampshire ... REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Appeared in 13 games as a reserve safety ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Redshirted as scout team defensive back ...

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SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) Reserve linebacker who served as the team’s starting short snapper ... Chosen to the CAA Academic All-Conference Team ... Member of Dean’s List ... REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Reserve tight end and short snapper who appeared in four contests ...Honored as the QB Club Special Teams Player of the Week following the win against New Hampshire ... Academic All-Conference ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Redshirted as scout team defensive lineman ... HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner at tight end, defensive end and long snapper at Nansemond River for Head Coach Tracy Parker ... A two-time All-Southeastern District selection ... Lettered in baseball as well ... Named Second-Team All-Southeastern District as a designated hitter in 2007 ... A member of the Beta Club ... A Virginian Pilot Scholastic Achievement Award winner ... Received VHSL Academic Excellence Award and NRHS certificate of Academic Excellence ... Graduated fourth in his high school class ...

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yards is second all-time in league history ... Selected to the Baltimore TD Club’s Super 22 squad ... Six-time Scholar-Athlete Awardee at school ... Nominated as Scholar-Athlete of the Year for the Baltimore Chapter of the National Football Foundation College Football Hall of Fame ... Also started for three years on the basketball squad (freshman through junior seasons) and is a two-year letterwinner in indoor track ... Earned Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. award and was a member of the National Society of High School Scholars ...


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PERSONAL Son of Jim and Debbie Topping ... Brother, Justin, is currently playing baseball at VMI ... Majoring in finance ... Member of SAAC and Tribe Tutors ... Born on March 31, 1990 in Portsmouth, Va. Year 2009 2010 Totals

G/S 4/0 11/0 15/0

T 0 0 0

Topping’s Career Defensive Stats A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU QBH Blk 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 0/0 0 1 0 1 1 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 0/0 0/0 0 1 0

Returns to the middle of Tribe defense after missing entire 2010 season ... Team captain ... Had a standout spring drills session ... Gained nearly 15 pounds of strength since being an all-conference level linebacker for Tribe in 2009 (was 230, currently above 245 pounds) ... Great instincts for game and in-depth knowledge of Tribe schemes, will be “coach on the field” for Tribe ... Good speed, outstanding strength and great toughness ... Physical player who has the quickness to be effective in coverage ... Has potential to be one of nation’s premier middle linebackers ... JUNIOR YEAR (2010) Missed the season for family reasons ... SOPHOMORE YEAR (2009) Earned All-CAA Second Team honors ... Also selected to the VaSID All-State Second Team ... Started all 14 games at middle linebacker ... Led the team with 90 total tackles ... Also finished the season with 2.5 sacks, 10.0 tackles for a loss, three interceptions, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and three pass breakups ... Recorded a season-high 11 tackles with a sack, two TFLs, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in the win at Virginia ... Honored as the QB Club Defensive Player of the Week following his effort against UVA ... Posted 10 tackles with 1.5 TFLs the following week in the triumph versus Central Connecticut State ...Tallied 10 stops in the victory at Northeastern ... Honored as the CAA Defensive Player of the Week after totaling eight tackles, a sack and an interception in the victory against Towson ... Registered nine tackles, a sack, and 1.5 TFLs at Richmond ... Made six tackles and returned an interception 60 yards for a touchdown in the NCAA opening round win against Weber State ... Totaled a pair of TFLs in the NCAA quarterfinal victory at Southern Illinois ... Recorded seven tackles (six solo) with a TFL versus Villanova in the NCAA semifinals ... Posted an interception in the win at Norfolk State ... REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Started all 11 games, seven at outside linebacker and the other four at inside linebacker ... Ranked second on the team with 76 tackles ... Also finished the year with 6.5 tackles for a loss, 0.5 sacks, an interception, four pass breakups and two forced fumbles ... Led the conference in tackles among freshmen with 6.9 per game ... Figure ranked 10th in the league among all linebackers ... Recorded a season-high

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13 tackles (nine solo), a tackle for a loss, a forced fumble and an interception in the victory against Rhode Island ... Honored as the CAA Rookie of the Week following the effort versus the Rams ... Equaled a season-high with 13 tackles (12 solo) in the win against Northeastern ... Posted nine tackles (seven solo) with 1.5 tackles for a loss versus Villanova ... Also registered nine tackles at James Madison ... Tallied six tackles (five solo) and forced a fumble in the triumph against Norfolk State ... Had 1.5 tackles for a loss and a half sack in the victory versus VMI ... Recorded tackles for a loss at N.C. State and against Richmond ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2007) Scout team linebacker ... HIGH SCHOOL Led head coach Mike Whittles’ squad to an undefeated 11-0 season and No. 4 state ranking as a senior ... Named First-Team All-Met linebacker by the Washington Post and First-Team All-Met tailback by the Baltimore Sun ... Earned county defensive player of the year honors by the Washington Post and offensive player of the year honors by the Baltimore Sun ... Named best player in the county by Anne Arundel coaches with the Rhodes Memorial Trophy and a consensus all-state pick at linebacker ... Recorded 117 total tackles with three forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries, including one returned 68 yards for a touchdown ... Rushed for 1,096 yards and 11 touchdowns ... Earned MIAA B First-Team All-Conference honors and Baltimore Sun and Washington Post all-county honors as both a junior and senior ... Named best player in the county, offensive player of the year and first-team allcounty honors by the Capital-Gazette ... PERSONAL Son of Robert and Lisa Trantin ... Father played football and was a member of the track team at Coe College ... Nephew of former NFL head coach Marty Schottenheimer and current Green Bay assistant coach Kurt Schottenheimer ... Cousin, Kurt Kittner, played quarterback at Illinois ... Enjoys working out and hanging out with friends ... Majoring in kinesiology ... Born on December 12, 1988 in Fort Campbell, Ky. Year 2008 2009 2010 Totals

G/S 11/11 14/14 DNP 25/25

Trantin’s Career Defensive Statistics T A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU QBH Blk 48 28 76 6.5/17 0.5/4 2 0/0 1/0 4 1 0 49 41 90 10.0/36 2.5/19 1 1/0 3/66 3 3 0 97 69 166 16.5/53 3.0/23 3 1/0 4/66 7 4 0

Returns as one of league’s premier cover corners ... Has potential to challenge for the highest national honors this season ... Enters junior year having earned five career all-league honors, including first-team accolades as a cornerback in 2010 ... Preseason All-CAA selection at cornerback ... Tremendous speed and quickness ... Outstanding ball skills ... Also dangerous as punt returner, with a career aver-

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three for scores ... Tabbed as team’s ‘shut-down’ corner ... First-Team All-Peninsula District as a defensive back (2007) ... Earned honorable mention distinction as a junior ... Also a standout track athlete at Warwick with a career best time of 6.6 in the 55m dash ... Excelled in triple jump and long jump as well ... Named to the All-America Team in track ... Letterman in basketball ...

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) Selected to the All-CAA First Team as a cornerback and garnered second-team honors as a punt returner ... Finished the season with 42 tackles, 0.5 TFL, an interception and six PBUs ... Ranked second in the conference with 9.8 yards per punt return ... Recorded his interception at Old Dominion, halting the Monarchs’ final drive ... Also equaled a career-high six tackles versus ODU ... Posted a six-tackle performance in the season opener at UMass ... Registered five tackles and a PBU at North Carolina ... Made four stops on a pair of occasions, coming against Delaware and James Madison ... Honored as the CAA Special Teams Player of the Week after his impressive performance in the win against VMI ... Returned two punts for 73 yards, which included a 64-yard touchdown return, versus the Keydets ...

PERSONAL Son of Avis and William Webb ... Majoring in kinesiology and health sciences ... Member of Omega Psi Phi ... Born on May 3, 1990 in Newport News, Va. Year 2009 2010 Totals

G/S 14/14 12/12 26/26

T 16 24 40

Webb’s Career Defensive Statistics A Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU QBH Blk 7 23 3.0/16 0.0/0 0 0/0 8/160 3 0 0 18 42 0.5/2 0.0/0 0 0/0 1/0 6 0 0 25 65 3.5/18 0.0/0 0 0/0 9/160 9 0 0

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Honored as the CAA Defensive Rookie of the Year and the ECAC Rookie of the Year ... Selected to the All-CAA Second Team as a cornerback and to the all-league third team as a punt returner ... Named an ECAC All-Star and earned first-team VaSID All-State honors ... Ranked tied for second nationally with eight interceptions ... The impressive total set a single-season freshman school record and ranked tied for third on W&M’s single-season list ... Posted a pair of pick-sixes and totaled 160 interception return yards ... Ranked second in the conference with 8.2 yards per punt return ... Became the first FCS player honored as the FWAA Bronko Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week after intercepting three passes, one of which he returned 50 yards for a touchdown, in the win at Virginia ... Also added to the Bronko Nagurski Trophy Watch List and was selected as the Sports Network National Player of the Week, a College Sporting News National All-Star and the CAA Defensive Player of the Week following his performance at UVA ... Chosen as the CAA Special Teams Player of the Week the following week after returning three punts for 89 yards in the victory against Central Connecticut State ... Also made five stops and a TFL against the Blue Devils ... Intercepted two passes, one of which he returned 58 yard for a score, and notched a TFL in the NCAA opening round victory against Weber State ... Also registered interceptions in wins versus Northeastern and New Hampshire, as well as the NCAA quarterfinal victory at top-ranked Southern Illinois ... Tallied a TFL in the triumph against Delaware ...

One of team’s most experienced defensive players, who brings 37 games of playing experience into his senior season ... Currently listed as team’s starting boundary corner after starting 11 games at free safety in 2010 ... Move back to corner is more natural position, as he was key reserve at position in both 2007 and 2009 ... Played as a true freshman (in 2007), then missed most of 2008 with elbow injury ... Squad’s most physical defensive back ... Good quickness and man coverage skills ... Has the ability to play at an all-conference level ...

FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Member of travel squad but did not see any game action ... HIGH SCHOOL Two-year starter at defensive back and wide receiver at Warwick for Head Coach Stan Sexton ... Played safety and corner during scholastic career ... Also was team’s return specialist ... Had seven career interceptions, two of which were returned for scores ... Averaged 18.2 yards/attempt on punt returns as a senior and returned

REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Appeared in three games before receiving redshirt with season-ending elbow injury ... Finished the season with three tackles, a tackle for a loss and a pass breakup ... Made a solo tackle in games against N.C. State, VMI and Norfolk State ...

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JUNIOR YEAR (2010) Played in all 12 games and earned 11 starts at free safety ... Ranked sixth on the team with 63 tackles, while also totaling 3.5 tackles for a loss and an interception ... Recorded a career-high 10 tackles and a TFL in the NCAA Playoff game against Ga. Southern ... Tallied nine tackles with 1.5 TFLs in the win at Maine ... Recorded eight stops in the season opener at UMass ... Posted seven tackles and a TFL at JMU ... Also logged seven stops in the win versus Rhode Island ... SOPHOMORE YEAR (2009) Saw action in 12 games as a reserve cornerback ... Finished the season with 25 total tackles (20 solo), an interception, a tackle for a loss and two pass breakups ... Recorded an interception and returned it 20 yards in the win against Towson ... Totaled a career-high five tackles at Richmond ... Posted a TFL in the victory at Northeastern ... Tallied a pair of pass breakups in the triumph versus Rhode Island ...

FRESHMAN YEAR (2007) Saw action in all 11 games as a reserve cornerback and special teams performer ...

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Contributed 13 total tackles ... Had a career-high three solo tackles vs. Towson ... Scored a touchdown after 28-yard fumble recovery return in first career game vs. Delaware ... HIGH SCHOOL Earned AP First-Team All-state and all-region honors under head coach Mark Fischer after leading Louisa to a 13-1 record, its first Region II Championship and first appearance in the AA state title game ... Named all-area cornerback by Free Lance-Star ... Tallied 38 total tackles with six interceptions and 11 pass break-ups ... Rushed for 549 yards and nine touchdowns and hauled in 12 catches for 254 yards and another score ... Totaled 68 points in 14 games ... Also earned all-district honors and was an all-region selection as a junior ... Four-year letterwinner and three-time all-district and all-region selection in track ... Served as vice president of National Honor Society ... Member of athletic council, Interact, student council and FCA ... PERSONAL Son of Janice and Curtis Wells ... Enjoys playing basketball and spending time with friends ... Majoring in kinesiology with a minor in process management and consulting ... Member of the Black Student Leadership Development Conference, Live Interest Group ... An Aroma’s restaurant consultant ... Born on December 11, 1988 in Charlottesville, Va. Year 2007 2008 2009 2010 Totals

G/S 11/0 3/0 12/0 12/11 38/11

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FRESHMAN YEAR (2007) Scout team tailback ... HIGH SCHOOL Two-year team captain and letterwinner for head coach Ryan Livezey ... Voted team’s most outstanding running back ... Named the Northside Fulton Prep Club offensive player of the year ... All-Northside selection by the Atlanta JournalConstitution ... Honor roll student-athlete ... Holds the school records in the 100m, 200m and 400m and ran on the school-record holding 4x100 and 4x400 sprint medley teams ... Also lettered two years in baseball ... Member of Model UN and the Peoples Club and served as a student guide ... PERSONAL Son of Ralph and Margul Woolfolk ... Brother, Ralph, is a catcher at Morehouse College ... Enjoys playing video games … Majoring in kinesiology with a minor in anthropology … Born on June 8, 1989 in Atlanta, Ga. Woolfolk’s Career Offensive Stats Year G/S Rec Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G Rush Yds Avg. TD Lg Av/G 2010 12/0 13 142 10.9 0 23 11.8 3 8 2.7 0 7 0.7

Well’s Career Defensive Stats Total TFL/Yds Sacks/Yds FF FR/Yds INT/Yds PBU QBH Blk 13 0.0/0 0.0/0 0 1/28 0 0 0 0 3 1.0/1 0.0/0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 25 1.0/1 0.0/0 0 0/0 1/20 2 1 0 63 3.5/11 0.0/0 0 0/0 1/0 2 0 0 104 5.5/0 0.0/0 0 1/28 2/20 5 1 0 SOPHOMORE YEAR (2010) Reserve defensive lineman who saw action in two games ... REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2009) Scout team defensive lineman ... FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Redshirted as scout team defensive lineman ...

JUNIOR YEAR (2010) Appeared in all 12 games as a reserve wide receiver ... Finished the season with 13 receptions for 142 yards ... Returned 12 kickoffs for an average of 20.9 yards per return ... Totaled three receptions for 50 yards in the win against Richmond ... Hauled in two catches for 28 yards in the victory against Old Dominion ... Recorded two receptions for 22 yards in the NCAA Playoff game against Georgia Southern ... SOPHOMORE YEAR (2009) Appeared in 12 games as a reserve, playing primarily on special teams ... Finished the season with five tackles, all solo stops ... REDSHIRT FRESHMAN YEAR (2008) Appeared in eight games and totaled a rush for two yards and one catch for three yards ... Both the carry and reception came in the season opener at N.C. State ...

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HIGH SCHOOL Prep: Two-year letterwinner as a defensive and offensive lineman at Stafford for head coach Chad Lewis ... Served as a captain during senior season ... Garnered Outstanding Lineman Award ... Earned Commonwealth District All-Academic Award ... Finished the ‘08 season with 59 tackles ... Played three years of varsity baseball as a first baseman and an outfielder ... Also competed in track and field ... Served as a Committee Chair with the National Honor Society ... Other extracurricular activities included the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, DECA and various church activities ... Enjoys fishing and boating ... PERSONAL Son of Richard and Amelia Zaremba ... Majoring in government ... Member of Coast Guard Auxiliary, W&M Detachment ... Volunteers with Tribe Tutors ... Born on March 20, 1990 in Fredericksburg, Va.

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Associated Press All-America Team David Miller, P (Second Team) Sports Network All-America Team Alex Gottlieb, TE (Second Team) Keith Hill, Jr., OL (Second Team) David Miller, P (Third Team) American Football Coaches Association AllAmerica Team David Miller, P Phil Steele All-America Team David Miller, P (First Team)

A LOOK BACK 2010 SEASON REVIEW 2010 Tribe Football Results Overall: 8-4 CAA: 6-2 Home: 5-1 Final National Ranking: No. 10/8 Date Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Dec. 4

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Opponent at Massachusetts VMI at Old Dominion at Maine #1 Villanova Rhode Island #2 Delaware at North Carolina at #8 New Hampshire at James Madison #18 Richmond #20 Ga. Southern

Away: 3-3 Location Amherst, Mass. Williamsburg, Va. Norfolk, Va. Orono, Maine Williamsburg, Va. Williamsburg, Va. Williamsburg, Va. Chapel Hill, N.C. Durham, N.H. Harrisonburg, Va. Williamsburg, Va. Williamsburg, Va.

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Result L, 27-23 W, 45-0 W, 21-17 W, 24-21 W, 31-24 W, 26-7 W, 17-16 L, 21-17 W, 13-3 L, 30-24 W, 41-3 L, 31-15

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Attendance 10,072 11,475 19,782 5,990 12,259 8,196 12,259 51,000 6,008 16,733 12,259 8,243

All-Colonial Athletic Association Jonathan Grimes, RB (First Team), KR (Second Team), Special Teams Player of the Year Alex Gottlieb, TE (First Team) Keith Hill, Jr., OL (First Team) Jimmy Hobson, FB (First Team) David Miller, P (First Team) B.W. Webb, CB (First Team), PR (Second Team) Dante Cook, LB (Second Team) Marcus Hyde, DE (Second Team) Ryan Moody, WR (Second Team) Mike Stover, DT (Second Team) Chase Hill, WR (Third Team) James Pagliaro, OL (Third Team) All-ECAC Keith Hill, Jr., OL VaSID All-State Team Alex Gottlieb, TE (First Team) Keith Hill, Jr., OL (First Team) Dante Cook, LB (Second Team) Jonathan Grimes, LB (Second Team) Marcus Hyde, DE (Second Team) David Miller, P (Second Team) B.W. Webb (Second Team) CAA Football Academic All-Conference Team Brent Caprio, QB Matt Crisafi, OL Andrew Topping, LS/LB Walter Payton Award Watch List Jonathan Grimes, RB

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CAA Offensive Player of the Week Jonathan Grimes, RB - Oct. 25 Mike Callahan, QB - Nov. 22 CAA Defensive Player of the Week Dante Cook, LB - Oct. 4 CAA Special Teams Player of the Week B.W. Webb - Sept. 13 College Sporting News National All-Star Dante Cook, LB - Oct. 4 College Sporting News Preseason All-America Jonathan Grimes, RB (Second Team) Mike Stover, DT (Second Team) B.W. Webb (Third Team) The Sports Network Preseason All-America Jonathan Grimes (Second Team) Jake Trantin (Third Team) Phil Steele Preseason All-America Jonathan Grimes, RB (Second Team) Jake Trantin, LB (Second Team) Preseason All-CAA Jonathan Grimes, RB Keith Hill, Jr., OL David Miller, P Jake Trantin, LB Phil Steele Preseason All-CAA Jonathan Grimes, RB Keith Hill, Jr., OL David Miller, P Mike Stover, DT Jake Trantin, LB B.W. Webb, CB/PR FCS Senior Bowl Preseason All-America Keith Hill, Jr., OL (Second Team) Mike Stover, DT (Honorable Mention) AFCA Region 1 Coach of the Year Jimmye Laycock

Tight end Alex Gottlieb was a first-team All-CAA selection and garnered All-America accolades from the Sports Network last season after totaling 34 receptions for 350 yards with three touchdowns.

2010 W&M Quarterback Club Players of the Week Massachusetts O: M. Callahan, QB D: B. Thompson, SS ST: David Miller, P

Rhode Island O: C. Marriner, RB D: B. Cottingham, CB ST: T. Riggins, RB

Richmond O: M. Callahan, QB D: E. Francks, LB ST: B. Cottingham, CB

VMI O: R. Moody, WR D: M. Hyde, DE ST: B.W. Webb, PR

Delaware O: C. Hill, WR D: D. Cook, LB ST: B. Thompson, SS

Georgia Southern O: J. Grimes, RB D: E. Francks, LB ST: D. Miller, P

Old Dominion O: J. Grimes, RB D: W. Steinman, LB ST: J. Mines, LB

North Carolina O: M. Paulus, QB D: M. Stover, DT ST: J. Mines, LB New Hampshire O: J. Grimes, RB D: M. Hyde, DE ST: D. Miller, P

O: Offense D: Defense ST: Special Teams

Maine O: A. Gottlieb, TE D: D. Cook, LB ST: D. Kuhn, PK Villanova O: J. Grimes, RB D: D. Cook, LB ST: C. Marriner, RB

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No. 4 William & Mary 23 Massachusetts 27

VMI 0 No. 11/14 William & Mary 45

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Sept. 4, 2010 McGuirk Stadium • Amherst, Mass.

Sept. 11, 2010 Zable Stadium • Williamsburg, Va.

AMHERST, Mass. (9/4/10) -- The fourth-ranked Tribe fell at conference foe Massachusetts, 27-23, in both teams’ season opener in Amherst, Mass. Trailing 23-14 in the fourth quarter, UMass put together a pair of touchdown drives in the final 10 minutes to rally back for the victory. The outcome snapped the Tribe’s 14-game winning streak against unranked FCS opponents. UMass utilized a balanced attack, totaling 215 rushing yards and 223 passing yards, en route to outgaining the College, 438-334. The effort snapped a 15-game streak in which W&M had outgained the opposition. Making his first collegiate start, quarterback Mike Callahan completed 21-of-35 passes for 221 yards with two touchdowns and an interception. The Mountville, Pa., native also rushed for 39 yards and found the end zone on a 28-yard scamper. After forcing a punt on UMass’ initial possession, the Tribe got on the scoreboard first when Callahan connected with senior fullback Jimmy Hobson on a 5-yard touchdown pass with 4:53 remaining in the first quarter. Callahan completed all five of his pass attempts on the 12-play, 50-yard drive that took 6:09. While the Minutemen later evened the score early in the second quarter on a 36-yard touchdown strike from Kyle Havens to Anthony Nelson, W&M responded with a 28-yard touchdown run by Callahan on a fourth-and-eight situation. A 4-yard touchdown run by John Griffin with 1:36 remaining in the half briefly gave UMass the lead, but David Miller capped off an 11-play, 79 yard drive with a 17-yard field goal as the first half clcok expired. Neither team put any points on the board in the third quarter, but a 34-yard touchdown strike from Callahan to wideout Cameron Dohse put the Tribe ahead, 23-14, early in the fourth. However, touchdown runs by Jon Hernandez and Griffin in the final 10 minutes put the Minutemen ahead for good, as W&M’s final drive ended with an interception by linebacker Tyler Holmes off a pass Jonathan Grimes was unable to handle.

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (9/11/10) -- The No. 11/14 Tribe extended its winning streak against VMI to 24 games with a 45-0 victory in its 2010 home opener at Zable Stadium. In addition to winning its seventh consecutive home game, the Tribe posted its third shutout in its last four games played at Zable Stadium. Additionally, W&M pushed its winning streak against non-conference FCS opponents to 18 games. The College outgained VMI, 391-239, and allowed the Keydets inside the red zone just once. Additionally, W&M limited VMI to just 1-of-19 on third and fourth down situations. W&M’s defensive unit also registered five interceptions – the most by a Tribe team since equaling the feat against Penn in 1995. Sophomore safety Brian Thompson led the individual efforts with a pair of interceptions and a TFL, while junior defensive end Marcus Hyde totaled a team-high nine tackles with a sack and a pair of TFLs. Despite playing just two and a half quarters, senior quarterback Mike Callahan posted some impressive numbers, completing 12-of-17 passes for 234 yards and a touchdown. Junior running back Jonathan Grimes, a 2010 Payton Award candidate, rushed for 71 yards and scored three touchdowns as he moved into the program’s all-time top-10 list for rushing touchdowns (19). Sophomore wideout Ryan Moody led the receiving corps with four catches for 110 yards, all of which he recorded in the first half. The Tribe piled up a 31-0 lead by halftime, as it dominated all areas of the game. A 64-yard punt return for a touchdown by B.W. Webb put W&M on the scoreboard first, while Grimes rushed for a pair of scores and Chase Hill snared a 23-yard touchdown catch. Miller also added a 30-yard field goal in the opening 30 minutes of play. Grimes found the end zone for the third time of the night late in the third quarter, while redshirt freshman Jerome Couplin returned an interception 22 yards for a touchdown midway through the fourth quarter.

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Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st W&M 2nd UMass 2nd W&M 2nd UMass 2nd W&M 4th W&M 4th UMass 4th UMass First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

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Score Hobson 5 pass from Callahan (Miller kick) Nelson 36 pass from Havens (Violette kick) Callahan 28 run (failed kick) Griffin 4 run (Violette kick) Miller 17 field goal Dohse 34 pass from Callahan (Miller kick) Hernandez 2 run (Violette kick) Griffin 5 run (2-point conversion failed) W&M 22 28-113 35-21-1 221 334 63 1-0 6-13 1-10 2-14 26:19

Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st W&M 1st W&M 2nd W&M 2nd W&M 2nd W&M 3rd W&M 4th W&M

Time 4:53 13:14 6:27 1:36 0:00 14:27 9:40 3:23

First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

UMass 23 52-215 24-15-0 223 438 76 5-1 8-16 8-81 0-0 33:41

Rushing - W&M: Grimes 18-67, Callahan 4-39 (TD), Marriner 4-6, Riggins 2-1. UMass: Hernandez 25-132 (TD), Griffin 21-80 (2 TD), Nelson 1-11, Sheeran 1-10, Team 2-<4>, Havens 2-<14>. Passing - W&M: Callahan 35-21-1, 221 (2 TD). UMass: Havens 24-15-0, 223 (TD). Receiving - W&M: Gottlieb 7-70, Mangas 5-43, Grimes 4-26, Dohse 3-70 (TD), Moody 1-7, Hobson 1-5 (TD). UMass: Nelson 5-78 (TD), Igwenagu 5-58, Hernandez 2-69, Talley 2-9, Blanchflower 1-9. Defense - W&M: Mines 16 (5 solo, 0.5 TFL), Francks 12 (0.5 TFL), Thompson 10 (0.5 TFL, FR), Cottingham 7 (FF), Pradhanang 4 (sack). Attendance: 10,072; Time: 3:05; Weather: 81, Cloudy

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Score Webb 64 punt return (Miller kick) Miller 30 field goal Grimes 1 run (Miller kick) Hill 23 pass from Callahan (Miller kick) Grimes 4 run (Miller kick) Grimes 1 run (Miller kick) Couplin 22 interception return (Miller kick) VMI 14 33-113 39-12-5 126 239 72 1-0 1-16 6-30 1-8 28:44

Time 9:55 2:56 14:24 5:18 1:30 3:54 6:50

W&M 18 47-157 23-12-0 234 391 70 1-1 6-14 1-10 1-6 31:16

Rushing - W&M: Grimes 15-71 (3 TD), Riggins 8-31, Marriner 10-24, Jones 5-24, Woolfolk 1-7, Hobson 2-4, Paulus 1-2, Callahan 4-<5>. VMI: Itoka 21-85, Jones 2-14, Bowers 8-13, Morgan 1-7, Kordenbrock 1-<6>. Passing - W&M: Callahan 17-12-1, 234 (TD), Paulus 5-0-0, Caprio 1-0-0. VMI: Jones 19-5-3, 60, 12-5-2, 47, Morgan 8-2-0, 12. Receiving - W&M: Moody 4-110, Grimes 3-12, Dohse 2-60, Hill 2-40 (TD), Riggins 1-12. VMI: Scott 3-38, Barnson 2-23, Talley 2-20, Itoka 2-17, Hairston 2-12, Favaro 1-11, Lucas 1-5. Defense - W&M: Hyde 9 (sack, 2 TFL), Mines 8 (INT, TFL, FF, PBU), Francks 7 (3 PBU), Thompson 4 (2 INT, TFL), Wells 3 (INT), Couplin (INT, TD). Attendance: 11,475; Time: 2:47; Weather: 72, Cloudy

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William and Mary Old Dominion Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st ODU 2nd W&M 2nd ODU 3rd W&M 4th ODU 4th W&M First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

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Score Blanco 4 pass from DeMarco (Brown kick) Grimes 30 run (Miller kick) Goodwyn 41 run (Brown kick) Hill 55 pass from Callahan (Miller kick) Brown 20 field goal Hissong 4 pass from Callahan (Miller kick) W&M 24 39-134 31-21-1 290 424 70 1-1 6-14 8-55 0-0 32:39

Time 5:40 6:23 3:06 14:38 9:38 4:45

Rushing - W&M: Grimes 27-124 (TD), Marriner 3-13, Riggins 1-1, Callahan 6-1, Team 1-<2>, Hobson 1-<3>. ODU: Goodwyn 3-42 (TD), DeMarco 13-34, Crawford 7-19, Mayers 3-18, Williams 3-16, Gill 1-2. Passing - W&M: Callahan 31-21-1, 290 (2 TD). ODU: DeMarco 40-21-1, 186 (TD). Receiving - W&M: Gottlieb 5-57, Grimes 3-41, Moody 3-32, Woolfolk 2-28, Dohse 2-26, Kearney 2-16, Hill 1-55 (TD), Mangas 1-22, Hobson 1-9, Hisson 1-4 (TD). ODU: Crawford 7-44, Mayers 4-27, Thomas 3-66, Blanco 3-15 (TD), Evans 2-10, Gill 1-17, Goodwyn 1-7. Defense - W&M: Cook 11 (6 solo, 0.5 TFL, FR), Thompson 10 (TFL, 2 PBU), Steinman 9 (PBU), Stover 7 (2 TFL), Webb 6 (INT). Attendance: 19,782; Time: 3:14; Weather: 75, Clear

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ORONO, Maine (9/25/10) -- Junior quarterback Michael Paulus connected with senior wide receiver Chase Hill on a 21-yard touchdown pass with 20 seconds remaining to help the eighth-ranked William and Mary football team earn a thrilling 24-21 victory at Maine. Trailing 14-3 midway through the fourth quarter, the Tribe scored 21 points in the final 7:09. With 10 minutes remaining, Paulus entered the game as a reserve and engineered a 10-play, 76-yard drive that ended with a 10-yard touchdown run by senior Courtland Marriner. W&M took its first lead of the contest on the second play of Maine’s ensuing drive when sophomore linebacker Dante Cook intercepted quarterback Warren Smith at midfield and raced 50 yards down the Black Bears’ sideline and into the end zone with 6:46 remaining. After recovering a W&M muffed punt at W&M’s 20-yard line with 4:40 on the clock, Maine retook the lead, 21-17, on 3-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Warren Smith to Desmon Randall with 2:46 remaining. Paulus then led the College down the field on the game-winning drive, as he completed 5-of-8 passes for 59 yards, while rushing for 13 more. After being outgained by 158 yards during the first three quarters, the Tribe outgained Maine, 135-62, in the final 15 minutes. With the win, W&M extended its winnings streak to three games and has won 15 of its last 16 games against non-ranked FCS teams. Although Maine outgained the Tribe, 365-280, and controlled the time of possession by more than 10 minutes (35:04-24:56), the Black Bears were whistled for 11 penalties for 134 yards. Paulus completed 9-of-16 passes for 104 yards in the fourth quarter, while Hill finished the game with four catches for 67 yards. In addition to his electric fourth quarter pick-six, Cook totaled a game-high 12 tackles. Sophomore safety Brian Thompson also totaled 12 stops, while senior linebacker Evan Francks recorded 11.

Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st UM 2nd W&M 2nd UM 4th W&M 4th W&M 4th UM 4th W&M First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

ODU 15 31-129 40-21-1 186 315 71 2-1 3-16 8-100 3-28 27:21

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Score Pushaun 1 run (Harvey kick) Miller 22 field goal Pushaun 8 run (Harvey kick) Marriner 10 run (Miller kick) Cook 50 interception return (Kuhn kick) Randall 3 pass from Smith (Harvey kick) Hill 21 pass from Paulus (Kuhn kick) W&M 24 28-75 33-18-1 205 280 61 2-1 5-15 5-47 1-3 24:56

Time 1:59 8:31 2:04 7:09 6:46 2:46 0:20

UM 21 34-108 41-29-1 257 365 75 1-0 6-17 11-134 3-15 35:04

Rushing - W&M: Marriner 10-36 (TD), Riggins 5-21, Grimes 5-14, Paulus 2-13, Callahan 6-<9>. UM: Brown 30-104 (2 TD), Boone 1-4, Smith 3-0. Passing - W&M: Callahan 9-17-1, 101, Paulus 9-16-0, 104 (TD). UM: Smith 29-40-1, 257 (TD), Treister 0-1-1, 0. Receiving - W&M: Hill 4-67 (TD), Dohse 4-49, Mangas 3-24, Gottlieb 2-20. UM: Buttles 7-64, Session 6-60, Jones 6-44, Randall 5-53. Defense - W&M: Cook 12 (INT, TD, TFL), Thompson 12 (9 solo, TFL), Francks 11, Wells 9 (5 solo, 1.5 TFL). Attendance: 5,990; Time: 3:00; Weather: 71, Cloudy

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NORFOLK, Va. (9/18/10) -- Senior quarterback Mike Callahan connected with senior tight end Gareth Hissong on a 4-yard go-ahead touchdown pass with 4:45 remaining to help lift the No. 12/13 William and Mary football team to a 21-17 victory at Old Dominion on Saturday night. The reception was the first of Hissong’s career and gave the Tribe its 19th consecutive victory against a non-conference FCS opponent. After trailing 14-7 at halftime, the Tribe (2-1, 0-1) outgained Old Dominion (1-2) by more than a 100 yards of total offense in the second half (225-123) en route to claiming victory in the teams’ initial meeting. Payton Award candidate running back Jonathan Grimes rushed for a game-high 124 yards and a touchdown, while Callahan completed 21-of-31 passes for 290 yards and a pair of scores. ODU provided the game’s first score when quarterback Thomas DeMarco found Kai Blanco on a 4-yard touchdown strike with 5:40 remaining in the opening quarter. W&M missed a pair of field goal attempts before a 30-yard touchdown run down the Tribe sideline evened the score at 7-7 with 6:23 remaining in the second quarter. Old Dominion answered with a touchdown on its next drive when Colby Goodwyn scored on a 41-yard scamper with 3:06 remaining in the opening half. W&M wasted little time getting on the scoreboard in the second half, as Callahan connected with senior wide receiver Chase Hill on a 55-yard touchdown strike on the opening play from scrimmage to knot the score at 14-14 just 22 seconds into the third quarter. Two other scoring chances came up short when fullback Jimmy Hobson fumbled at the goal line and ODU recovered the ball in the end zone, while Miller missed a 46-yard field goal attempt. A 20-yard field goal by Jarod Brown with 9:38 remaining gave the Monarchs a 17-14 advantage. The College then responded with an 8-play, 65-yard drive that culminated with Callahan’s go-ahead 4-yard touchdown pass to Hissong with 4:45 remaining. The scoring drive was aided by a pair of 15-yard penalties on ODU. ODU later failed to convert a fourth-and-4 from W&M’s 38, while a interception near midfield with 5 seconds remaining sealed the Tribe victory.

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Oct. 2, 2010 Zable Stadium • Williamsburg, Va.

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (10/2/10) -- After jumping out to a 21-0 lead midway through the second quarter, the seventh-ranked Tribe held off top-ranked Villanova’s second half comeback bid to earn a 31-24 victory in front of a sold-out Zable Stadium. The victory was W&M’s third win against the nation’s top-ranked team since 2005 (New Hampshire in 2005 and Southern Illinois in 2009). The triumph also extended the Tribe’s home game winning streak to eight games. Walter Payton Award Watch List honoree Jonathan Grimes recorded his second threetouchdown performance of the season while totaling a game-high 83 rushing yards. W&M got on the scoreboard first when Grimes capped off a 13-play, 86-yard drive with an 8-yard touchdown run late in the first quarter. The Tribe pushed the lead to 14-0 early in the second quarter on a 4-yard scamper by Grimes. The touchdown was set up on the preceding play when Paulus connected with Moody for a 36-yard completion deep down the middle. Facing a fourth-and-2 from the Tribe’s 17-yard line, Villanova (3-2, 1-1) quarterback Chris Whitney lofted a short pass to the right side that Cook intercepted and returned 84-yards down the Tribe sideline for a touchdown with 5:03 left in the second quarter. Villanova put its first points on the board when placekicker Nick Yako kicked a 26-yard field goal with 7 seconds remaining in the half. Grimes third touchdown of the day, a 6-yard run with 7:13 showing in the third quarter, gave the College its biggest lead at 28-3. W&M later answered Villanova’s first touchdown, a 3-yard run by Whitney, with a 42-yard field goal by Drake Kuhn. Villanova responded with a 4-yard touchdown run by Whitney, and Norman White made a leaping 47-yard touchdown catch (on a fourth-and-28) with 2:10 remaining. However, Grimes came up with the ensuing onside kick, and W&M was able to pick up a first down and run out the clock. Villanova William and Mary Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st W&M 2nd W&M 2nd W&M 2nd VU 3rd W&M 3rd VU 4th W&M 4th VU 4th VU First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

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Score Grimes 8 run (Kuhn kick) Grimes 4 run (Kuhn kick) Cook 84 interception return (Kuhn kick) Yako 26 field goal Grimes 6 run (Kuhn kick) Whitney 3 run (Yako kick) Kuhn 42 field goal Whitney 4 run (Yako kick) White 47 pass from Whitney (Yako kick) VU 13 25-62 35-20-1 235 297 60 0-0 3-15 6-55 1-1 24:51

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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (10/9/10) -- The No. 4/5 William and Mary football team extended its winning streak to five games with a 26-7 victory against Rhode Island at Zable Stadium. In addition to allowing just one score, the Tribe outgained the Rams, 370-233, and forced three turnovers en route to securing its ninth consecutive win at home. Payton Award candidate junior running back Jonathan Grimes became the program’s career record holder for all-purpose yards (4,658) with a 163 output against the Rams. The Tribe took a 3-0 lead when redshirt freshman placekicker Drake Kuhn capped off a 9-play, 59-yard drive with a 37-yard field goal from the left hash early in the second quarter. Grimes keyed the drive with 24 yards on three carries. After holding URI to a three-and-out on its next possession, the Tribe took a 10-0 lead when Paulus connected with Moody on a 17-yard touchdown strike with 5:44 remaining in the half. Cook forced a fumble on Rhode Island’s ensuing kickoff return, and freshman Airek Green returned it 19 yards to the Rams’ 2-yard line. Although W&M was unable to get in the end zone, Kuhn made a 19-yard field goal to push the advantage to 13-0. Rhode Island responded on its next possession, however, and cut the margin to 13-7 when running back Ayo Isijola scored on a 20-yard touchdown run with just 0:58 remaining in the half. Despite taking over inside its own 20, Rhode Island marched to the Tribe’s 3-yard line but failed to convert a fourth-and-goal when senior cornerback Ben Cottingham broke up a pass in the right side of the end zone intended for Isijola. After seeming to hold the Tribe to a 3-and-out on the ensuing drive, URI was whistled for a roughing the punter penalty that enabled the Tribe to post a 19-play, 97-yard drive that lasted 8:15 and culminated with a 3-yard touchdown run by Marriner to put the College ahead, 19-7. W&M’s two-point conversion attempt failed. On the first play of the next series, Francks intercepted URI quarterback Steve Probst at the Rams’ 29-yard line and Riggins scored on a 9-yard scamper five plays later. W&M’s defensive unit held Rhode Island to just 29 yards of total offense in the fourth quarter to help preserve the victory. Rhode Island William and Mary Scoring Summary Qtr Team 2nd W&M 2nd W&M 2nd W&M 2nd URI 4th W&M 4th W&M First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

W&M 21 39-148 28-20-2 211 359 67 0-0 6-13 5-43 1-8 35:09

Rushing - W&M: Grimes 21-83 (3 TD), Marriner 10-38, Riggins 5-24, Paulus 2-4, Team 1-<1>. VU: Whitney 12-37 (2 TD), Doss 1-13, Ball 8-5, Babbaro 3-4, Reynolds 1-3. Passing - W&M: Paulus 20-28-2, 211. VU: Whitney 20-35-1, 235 (TD). Receiving - W&M: Moody 5-61, Hill 5-55, Gottlieb 4-45, Mangas 3-28, Hobson 1-15, Dill 1-5, Woolfolk, 1-2. VU: White 7-110 (TD), Wells 4-68, Reynolds 3-27, Doss 2-0, Price 1-29, Farmer 1-3, Ball 1-2, Babbaro 1-<4>. Defense - W&M: Cottingham 11 (6 solo, 2 TFL, PBU), Cook 8 (INT, TD, 0.5 TFL), Jean-Pierre 2 (sack). Attendance: 12,259; Time: 2:51; Weather: 70, Clear

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1 0 0

2 7 13

3 4 Final 0 0 7 0 13 26

Score Kuhn 37 field goal Moody 17 pass from Paulus (Kuhn kick) Kuhn 19 field goal Isijola 20 run (Feinstein kick) Marriner 3 run (Paulus pass failed) Riggins 9 run (Kuhn kick) URI 12 117 22-13-1 116 233 51 2-2 4-11 8-84 0-0 21:33

Time 9:41 5:44 4:12 0:58 10:16 7:29

W&M 25 177 31-21-0 193 370 77 0-0 8-17 5-41 0-0 38:27

Rushing - W&M: Grimes 20-77, Marriner 10-53 (TD), Riggins 10-37 (TD), Paulus 3-6, Jones 2-5, Team 1-<1>. URI: Isijola 15-56 (TD), Probst 8-34, Hurd 3-27, Ferrer 2-1, Team 1-<1>. Passing - W&M: Paulus 21-31-0, 193 (TD). URI: Probst 13-22-1, 116. Receiving - W&M: Moody 4-73 (TD), Gottlieb 4-27, Marriner 4-8, Grimes 3-20, Woolfolk 1-16, Conyers 1-15, Kearney 1-12, Mangas 1-9, Riggins 1-8, Hill 1-5. URI: Baskerville 4-51, Johnson-Farrell 4-35, Isijola 2-13, Morgan 1-6, Hurd 1-6, Bynum 1-5. Defense - W&M: Cook 12 (6 solo, FF, 0.5 TFL), Wells 7, Thompson 3 (FF, TFL), Green 3 (FR), Francks (INT, FR). Attendance: 8,196; Time: 2:34; Weather: 68, Clear

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No. 2 Delaware 16 No. 4/5 William & Mary 17

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Oct. 23, 2010 Zable Stadium • Williamsburg, Va.

Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st W&M 1st UD 2nd UD 2nd UD 3rd W&M 4th UD 4th W&M First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

1 3 3

2 10 0

3 4 Final 0 3 16 7 7 17

Score Kuhn 39 field goal Perry 19 field goal White 51 pass from Devlin (Perry kick) Perry 40 field goal Gottlieb 15 pass from Callahan (Kuhn kick) Perry 20 field goal Hill 6 pass from Grimes (Kuhn kick) UD 18 31-59 34-23-0 293 352 65 0-0 4-13 6-62 2-18 29:58

Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st W&M 2nd UNC 2nd W&M 2nd W&M 4th UNC 4th UNC

W&M 20 34-85 38-22-0 265 350 72 1-1 7-15 5-37 5-36 30:02

Rushing - W&M: Grimes 21-77, Marriner 6-28, Woolfolk 1-2, Hobson 2-1, Team 1-<1>, Paulus 3-<22>. UD: Pierce 23-55, Devlin 8-4. Passing - W&M: Paulus 14-27-0, 166, Callahan 7-10, 93 (TD), Grimes 1-1, 6 (TD). UD: Devlin 23-32-0, 293 (TD), Team 0-2-0, 0. Receiving - W&M: Hill 6-92 (TD), Moody 6-87, Grimes 3-22, Mangas 3-19, Gottlieb 2-34 (TD), Woolfolk 2-11. UD: White 10-146 (TD), Crosby 4-25, Thaxton 3-28, Jones 2-46, Schenauer 2-29, Pierce 2-19. Defense - W&M: Cook 15 (9 solo, 2 sacks, 3 TFL), Steinman 9 (0.5 TFL), Francks 7, Stover 4 (2 sacks), Jean-Pierre 4 (sack). Attendance: 12,259; Time: 3:02; Weather: 65, Sunny

2010 CAA CHAMPIONS

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (10/30/10) -- The No. 3/4 William and Mary football team held a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter, but North Carolina rallied back with a pair of touchdowns in the final 10 minutes to edge the Tribe, 21-17, at Kenan Stadium in Chapel Hill, N.C. The loss snapped W&M’s six-game winning streak. Junior quarterback Michael Paulus threw a pair of touchdown passes to senior wide receiver Chase Hill, and redshirt freshman placekicker Drake Kuhn kicked a 28-yard field goal to help the Tribe take a 17-7 lead at halftime. Despite being held scoreless in the third quarter, North Carolina outgained the Tribe, 280-94, during the final 30 minutes en route to rallying back to earn the narrow victory. After missing a 23-yard field goal on its opening possession, the Tribe got on the scoreboard moments later on a 6-yard touchdown pass from Paulus to Hill to give the College a 6-0 lead with 4:37 showing. The Tribe failed to convert the extra point. The short 3-play, 18-yard drive was set up following an interception by linebacker Wes Steinman at the UNC 32-yard line that he returned 14 yards. After UNC scored on a 1-yard quarterback sneak by T.J. Yates late in the second quarter, Paulus connected with Hill on a 9-yard touchdown strike with just 0:23 remaining in the half. Paulus then found Alex Gottlieb on a successful 2-point conversion, as the tight end stretched across the goal line to put W&M ahead, 14-7. Paulus completed all seven of his passing attempts during the drive, totaling 70 yards through the air. Sophomore linebacker Jabrel Mines recovered a UNC fumble on the ensuing kickoff, and Kuhn kicked a 28-yard field goal four plays later as the second quarter clock expired to extend the margin to 17-7 at the half. A 3-yard touchdown pass from Yates to Ryan Taylor with 8:32 remaining cut the deficit to 17-14, and the Tar Heels took the lead on a 67-yard touchdown run by Johnny White with 5:27 left to play. W&M marched to the UNC 34 on its next drive, but an 11-yard sack on third down forced a fourth-and-17 that the Tribe was unable to convert. W&M’s final drive stalled near midfield. William and Mary North Carolina

Time 6:33 2:18 2:25 0:00 3:51 10:49 6:25

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First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

1 6 0

2 11 7

3 4 Final 0 0 17 0 14 21

Score Hill 6 pass from Paulus (Kuhn kick failed) Yates 1 run (Barth kick) Hill 9 pass from Paulus (Gottlieb pass from Paulus) Kuhn 28 field goal Taylor 3 pass from Yates (Barth kick) White 67 run (Barth kick) W&M 20 26-51 40-26-1 235 286 66 1-0 5-13 6-27 1-7 27:34

Time 4:37 5:34 0:23 0:00 8:32 5:27

UNC 19 37-183 33-23-1 238 421 70 1-1 9-16 8-86 3-27 32:26

Rushing - W&M: Marriner 13-34, Grimes 6-23, Riggins 3-18, Hill 1-3, Paulus 3-<27>. UNC: White 29-164 (TD), Yates 5-14 (TD), Draughn 3-5. Passing - W&M: Paulus 24-35-0, 209 (2 TD), Mike Callahan 2-3-0, 26, Team 0-1-0, Caprio 0-1-1. UNC: Yates 23-33-1, 238 (TD). Receiving - W&M: Mangas 7-53, Moody 6-72, Hill 6-59 (2 TD), Gottlieb 5-44, Riggins 1-5, Conyers 1-2. UNC: Jones 9-107, Barham 3-38, Taylor 3-19 (TD), White 2-23, Byrd 2-14, Adams 1-23, Harrelson 1-13, Highsmith 1-2, Boyd 1-<1>. Defense - W&M: Cook 11 (8 solo, TFL), Francks 8 (5 solo, 0.5 TFL), Steinman 7 (5 solo, INT), Hyde 4 (sack). Attendance: 51,000; Time: 2:56; Weather: 62, Fair

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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (10/23/10) -- The No. 4/5 William and Mary football team rallied back from a 10-point halftime deficit to earn a thrilling 17-16 victory against No. 2 Delaware in front of a sold-out homecoming crowd at Zable Stadium. The Blue Hens had a chance to retake the lead with less than a minute remaining, but placekicker Mike Perry’s 42-yard field goal attempt from the right hash missed wide to the left as the Tribe held on for the one-point triumph. After missing the previous two games with an injury, senior quarterback Mike Callahan returned midway through the third quarter and engineered a pair of touchdown drives. He finished the contest completing 7-of-10 passes for 93 yards with a touchdown. Payton Award candidate running back Jonathan Grimes also came up big with a game-high 77 yards rushing and threw a go-ahead 6-yard touchdown pass to senior wideout Chase Hill midway through the fourth quarter. After both teams kicked field goals in the first quarter, UD looked as if they might score again early in the second, but linebackers Dante Cook and Evan Francks stopped running back Andrew Pierce for no gain on a fourth-and-goal from the 1-yard line. A 51-yard touchdown pass from Pat Devlin to Nihja White and a 40-yard field goal by Mike Perry as the first half clock expired gave Delaware a 13-3 advantage at the break. After entering the game midway through the third quarter, Callahan led the Tribe on a seven-play, 70-yard drive that ended with a 15-yard touchdown pass to junior tight end Alex Gottlieb. Although Delaware answered with a field goal, W&M responded with the go-ahead touchdown on Grimes’ 6-yard pass to Hill in the back right corner of the end zone with 6:25 remaining. After Perry’s 42-yard field goal missed wide left with 25 seconds remaining, the Tribe was able to kneel on the ball and run out the clock. Delaware William and Mary

No. 3/4 William & Mary 17 North Carolina 21


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Nov. 6, 2010 Cowell Stadium • Durham, N.H.

DURHAM, N.H. (11/6/10) -- The No. 4/5 William and Mary football team snapped No. 8 New Hampshire’s school-record 12-game home winning streak with a 13-3 victory at Cowell Stadium in Durham, N.H. The Tribe posted one of its best efforts of the season defensively, as it held UNH to just 275 total yards. W&M was especially effective against the run and allowed just 39 yards (on 31 carries) on the ground. Although the Tribe totaled just 171 yards of total offense, Payton Award candidate running back Jonathan Grimes rushed for a game-high 111 yards with a touchdown. Eighty-seven of Grimes’ yards, as well as his touchdown, came in the second half. While neither team was able to score during the opening quarter, UNH took a 3-0 lead when Mike MacArthur kicked a 40-yard field goal with 14:57 showing in the second quarter. W&M answered two possessions later when redshirt freshman quarterback Brent Caprio connected with senior wide receiver Chase Hill on a 19-yard touchdown pass in the left side of the end zone midway through the second quarter. The extra-point attempt was unsuccessful. Caprio, who was making his first collegiate start, completed all three of his pass attempts on the seven-play, 51-yard drive. After taking possession at its own 37-yard line with 1:02 remaining in the half, UNH quickly drove to the Tribe’s 21- and appeared in position to score. However, junior safety Jake O’Connor intercepted a pass by quarterback R.J. Toman in the end zone to halt the drive. After Caprio was forced out of the game due to injury midway through the third quarter, the Tribe offense began to utilize its rushing attack. Grimes was a significant contributor in that effort down the stretch, and his 1-yard touchdown run with 0:56 remaining in the third quarter gave W&M at 13-3 lead. The short three-play, 35-yard drive was set up when Jabrel Mines recovered a fumble on punt coverage. UNH had a pair of scoring opportunities in the fourth quarter, but neither yielded any points. Beerhalter came up with a huge stop on a fourth-and-1 at W&M’s 23 midway through the quarter, while MacArthur missed a 41-yard field goal with 2:49 remaining. William and Mary New Hampshire Scoring Summary Qtr Team 2nd UNH 2nd W&M 3rd W&M First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

1 0 0

2 6 3

W&M 9 47-141 5-10-0 30 171 57 0-0 2-15 7-70 4-31 30:53

Time 14:57 7:41 0:56

UNH 18 31-39 27-45-1 236 275 76 1-1 4-18 8-70 3-15 29:07

Rushing - W&M: Grimes 29-111, Marriner 6-24, Jones 2-5, Hobson 2-6, Woolfolk 1-<1>, Caprio 6-<2>, Team 1-<2>. UNH: Toman 13-14, Jellison 5-12, Fox 2-11, Peters 10-11, Decker 1-<9>. Passing - W&M: Caprio 5-10-0, 30. UNH: Toman 26-44-1, 232, Decker 1-1-0, 4. Receiving - W&M: Hill 1-19 (TD), Mangas 1-5, Hobson 1-5, Kearney 1-2, Marriner 1-<1>. UNH: Fox 8-70, Mason 7-65, Jellison 4-27, Cullen 3-28, Peters 2-11, Orlando 1-20, Greene 1-9, Chandler 1-6. Defense - W&M: Francks 10 (6 solo), Hyde 8 (7 solo, 3 sacks, 4 TFL, PBU), Cook 8, Thompson 8 (TFL), O’Connor 5 (4 solo, INT), Steinman 5 (sack), Mines 4 (FR), Beerhalter 3 (sack). Attendance: 6,008; Time: 2:32; Weather: 50, Overcast

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Nov. 13, 2010 Bridgeforth Stadium • Harrisonburg, Va.

HARRISONBURG, Va. (11/13/10) -- The top-ranked William and Mary football team fell at James Madison, 30-24. James Madison (5-5, 2-5) recorded just 266 yards of total offense – all coming on the ground – as the Dukes attempted just one pass. W&M capped off the contest’s opening drive with a 3-yard touchdown pass from Callahan to junior tight end Alex Gottlieb. The Tribe extended its lead to 10-0 with a 22-yard field goal by Drake Kuhn with 4:26 remaining in the second quarter. James Madison answered with a touchdown on its following drive when Scott found the end zone on a 16-yard run. After forcing a three-and-out on W&M’s next possession, the Dukes took their first lead of the game, 14-10, when Josh Roach blocked David Miller’s punt and D.J. Bryant returned it 2 yards for a touchdown with just 0:24 remaining in the half. The Dukes opened the second half with a 14-play, 71-yard drive that lasted 8:25 and culminated with a 3-yard touchdown run by Scott. The Tribe answered with a scoring drive of its own, as Kuhn kicked a 31-yard field goal with 2:47 left in the third quarter to cut the margin to 21-13. After B.W. Webb recovered the ensuing onsides kick attempt, the Tribe found the end zone moments later on a 17-yard pass from Callahan to Moody over the middle. Callahan then connected with D.J. Mangas on the two-point conversion to even the score at 2121. After a 30-yard touchdown run by Scott, the Tribe answered with a 20-yard field goal by Kuhn to cut the margin to 28-24 with 7:08 remaining. After forcing JMU to a three-and-out on its following possession, the Tribe took over inside its own 1-yard line with 4:40 remaining but was unable to get a first down. Miller then took a safety on the fourth down, which put JMU ahead, 30-24, with 3:26 left to play. William and Mary James Madison Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st W&M 2nd W&M 2nd JMU 2nd JMU 3rd JMU 3rd W&M 4th W&M 4th JMU 4th W&M 4th JMU

3 4 Final 7 0 13 0 0 3

Score MacArthur 40 field goal Hill 19 pass from Caprio (Kuhn kick failed) Grimes 1 run (Kuhn kick)

No. 1/2 William & Mary 24 James Madison 30

First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

1 7 0

2 3 14

3 4 Final 3 11 24 7 9 30

Score Gottlieb 3 pass from Callahan (Kuhn kick) Kuhn 22 field goal Scott 16 run (Wright kick) Bryant 2 blocked pun (Wright kick) Scott 3 run (Wright kick) Kuhn 31 field goal Moody 17 pass from Callahan (Kuhn kick) Scott 30 run (Wright kick) Kuhn 20 field goal Team safety W&M 23 32-86 40-24-0 250 336 72 0-0 7-15 3-13 2-10 30:53

Time 10:02 4:26 1:00 0:24 6:30 2:47 14:55 12;09 7:08 3:26

JMU 15 48-266 1-0-0 0 266 49 0-0 3-9 4-40 3-24 29:07

Rushing - W&M: Grimes16-70, Marriner 8-25, Mangas 2-7, Team 1-<3>, Callahan 5-<13>. JMU: Scott 21-125, Sullivan 17-121, Noble 3-12, Dudzik 4-12, Team 1-<1>, Seaton 1-<3>. Passing - W&M: Callahan 24-40-0, 250 (2 TD). JMU: Dudzik 0-1-0, 0. Receiving - W&M: Moody 8-122 (TD), Grimes 5-35, Mangas 3-24, Hill 2-30, Woolfolk 2-13, Gottlieb 2-5 (TD), Kearney 1-18, Hissong 1-3. JMU: None. Defense - W&M: Thompson 10 (TFL), Cook 8 (Sack), Stover 7 (Sack). Attendance: 16,733; Time: 2:40; Weather: 65, Sunny

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No. 18/20 Richmond 3 No. 6 William & Mary 41

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Nov. 20, 2010 Zable Stadium • Williamsburg, Va.

Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st UR 1st W&M 2nd W&M 2nd W&M 3rd W&M 3rd W&M 4th W&M 4th W&M First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

1 3 7

2 3 4 Final 0 0 0 3 14 10 10 41

Score Kamin 22 field goal Marriner 5 run (Kuhn kick) Marriner 18 run (Kuhn kick) Hill 23 pass from Callahan (Kuhn kick) Kuhn 28 field goal Gottlieb 20 pass from Callahan (Kuhn kick) Riggins 1 run (Kuhn kick) Kuhn 26 field goal UR 13 26-106 17-39-1 157 263 65 2-1 7-18 3-29 1-6 26:22

W&M 26 45-285 17-22-0 331 616 67 0-0 9-14 5-32 2-33 33:38

Rushing - W&M: Riggins 10-78 (TD), Grimes 15-73, Marriner 10-60 (2 TD), Jones 5-54, Callahan 3-16, Hobson 1-3, Mangas 1-1. UR: Laub 12-75, Kirchoff 7-17, Wilkins 1-6, Smith 2-4, Gaskins 2-4, White 2-0. Passing - W&M: Callahan 17-22-0, 331 (2 TD). UR: Laub 14-32-1, 120, White 1-5-0, 3, Smith 1-2-0, 12, Rogers 1-1-0, 22 . Receiving - W&M: Moody 5-101, Grimes 4-86, Woolfolk 3-50, Hill 2-46 (TD), Gottlieb 2-44 (TD), Hobson 1-4. UR: Finney 5-46, Kirchoff 3-28, Boston 3-28, Gaskins 2-7, Smith 1-22, Rogers 1-12, Gray 1-8, Edwards 1-6. Defense - W&M: Francks 8 (INT, 0.5 TFL), Cook 6 (6 solo, Sack, PBU, 3 QBH), Cottingham 5 (2 PBU), Stover 3 (2 TFL, FF), Steinman 3 (Sack, PBU), Robertson 1 (FR). Attendance: 12,259; Time: 2:53; Weather: 55, Clear

2010 CAA CHAMPIONS

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (12/4/10) -- The fourth-ranked and second-seeded William and Mary football team fell to No. 20/22 Georgia Southern, 31-15, in the second round of the NCAA Playoffs at Zable Stadium. The loss snapped W&M’s11-game home winning streak, as the Tribe last lost at Zable Stadium in the 2008 season finale against Richmond. Georgia Southern utilized at balanced rushing attack, as four players rushed for at least 60 yards and the squad combined to total 423 yards on the ground. It marked the most rushing yards recorded against the Tribe since Furman posted 509 in 1999. After forcing W&M to a three-and-out on the contest’s opening possession, the Eagles got on the scoreboard first with a 6-yard touchdown run by Robert Brown. A pair of field goals by Drake Kuhn cut the deficit to 7-6 before GSU’s quarterback Jaybo Shaw scored on a 1-yard touchdown with 9:29 showing in the second quarter. A 48-yard interception return by Francks with 6:25 remaining in the second quarter cut the margin to 14-12, but W&M was unable to convert the two-point conversion. After holding GSU to a three-and-out on its next possession, the Tribe took its first lead of the game, 15-14, on a 33-yard field goal by Kuhn, his third successful kick of the half. Georgia Southern retook the lead, 21-15, when Shaw punctuated the opening drive of the second half with an 18-yard touchdown run. After forcing a punt on the College’s initial possession of the second half, GSU’s Adrian Mora kicked a 21-yard field goal to put the Eagles ahead, 24-15. Shaw’s third rushing touchdown of the game, a 3-yard carry with 11:26 remaining, proved to be the contest’s final score. The pivotal 13-play drive consumed 7:36. The Tribe marched to GSU’s 20-yard line on its next possession, but the drive stalled when Callahan was sacked on fourth-and-5 with 5:49 remaining. GSU then picked up three first downs and was able to run out the clock. Georgia Southern William and Mary

Time 5:32 0:37 7:04 1:24 8:26 4:49 12:39 1:39

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1 7 6

2 3 4 Final 7 10 7 31 9 0 0 15

Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st GSU 1st W&M 1st W&M 2nd GSU 2nd W&M 2nd W&M 3rd GSU 3rd GSU 4th GSU

Score Brown 6 run (Mora kick) Kuhn 32 kick Kuhn 36 kick Shaw 1 run (Mora kick) Francks 48 interception return Kuhn 33 field goal Shaw 18 run (Mora kick) Mora 21 field goal Shaw 3 run (Mora kick)

First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

GSU 24 59-423 7-3-1 31 454 66 0-0 7-12 8-80 4-33 33:49

Time 11:38 6:49 0:05 9:27 6:25 1:13 12:59 3:59 11:26 W&M 16 26-101 34-16-0 113 214 60 0-0 8-16 8-54 0-0 26:11

Rushing - W&M: Grimes 14-100, Marriner 3-14, Riggins 1-0, Callahan 8-<13>. GSU: Brown 24-178 (TD), Shaw 18-87 (3 TD), Wilcox 7-68, Robinson 3-60, Akinniranye 4-23, Wilcher 1-9, Team 2-<2>. Passing - W&M: Callahan 16-34-0, 113. GSU: Shaw 3-6-1, 31. Receiving - W&M: Moody 4-31, Hill 3-22, Grimes 3-18, Woolfolk 2-22, Kearney 1-9, Mangas 1-6, Gottlieb 1-4, Marriner 1-1. GSU: Wilcox 1-129, Brown 1-8, Williford 1-4. Defense - W&M: Cook 16 (10 solo), Wells 10 (5 solo, TFL), Hyde 7 (5 solo, 1.5 TFL, PBU), Francks 6 (INT, TD). Attendance: 8,243; Time: 2:44; Weather: 43, Partly Cloudy

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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (11/20/10) -- The sixth-ranked William and Mary football team claimed the CAA title with a 41-3 victory against No. 18/20 Richmond in front of a sold-out crowd at Zable Stadium on senior day. In addition to claiming the league championship, W&M recorded it second-consecutive undefeated season at home and earned its 11thstraight win in Williamsburg. En route to claiming the Capital Cup, which is awarded annually to the winner of the W&M-UR game, the Tribe outgained the Spiders, 616-219. Senior quarterback Mike Callahan was honored as the Capital Cup Most Outstanding Player, as he completed 17-of-22 passes for a career-high 331 yards with two touchdowns. Four W&M players rushed for more than 50 yds. Although UR scored first on a Will Kamin 22-yard field goal midway through the first quarter, the Tribe responded with 21 unaswered points to end the half. Two of the touchdowns came on runs by senior running back Courtland Marriner (5 yds, 18 yds), while Callahan connected on a 23-yard scoring strike to senior wide receiver Chase Hill. A 28-yard field goal by Drake Kuhn capped off the initial drive of the second half and extended the Tribe’s lead to 24-3. After an interception by senior linebacker Evan Francks gave the Tribe possession at UR’s 41-yard line moments later, W&M put together a six-play drive that ended with a 20-yard touchdown pass from Callahan to junior tight end Alex Gottlieb. The Tribe tacked on another touchdown to go ahead, 38-3, on a 1-yard run by senior running back Terrence Riggins, while a. 26-yard field goal by Kuhn with 1:39 remaining was the contest’s final score.

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No. 20/22 Georgia Southern 31 No. 4 William & Mary 15


2010 TEAM STATISTICS

All-conference center James Pagliaro helped the Tribe average nearly 25 points per game last season. TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE 62

W&M 297 24.8 239 82 129 28 1550 1805 255 437 3.5 129.2 15 2578 223-365-6 7.1 11.6 214.8 16 4128 802 5.1 344.0 40-873 20-188 13-276 21.8

OPP 200 16.7 202 93 100 9 1764 2047 283 437 4.0 147.0 18 2098 203-360-13 5.8 10.3 174.8 6 3862 797 4.8 321.8 58-1242 15-190 6-40 21.4

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PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS PAT-ATTEMPTS ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game Score By Quarters William and Mary Opponents

1st 53 27

9.4 21.2 6-4 59-439 36.6 56-2324 41.5 36.3 30:40 75/174 43% 4/14 29% 19-123 0 36 16-24 1-1 (39-47) 83% (24-47) 51% (29-31) 94% 64691 6/10782 2nd 110 79

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12.7 6.7 17-7 84-839 69.9 67-2721 40.6 35.4 29:20 59/177 33% 13/26 50% 24-175 0 25 8-12 1-2 (25-35) 71% (18-35) 51% (24-24) 100% 109585 6/18264 4th 86 70

Total 297 200


Quarterback Michael Paulus earned three starts last season and completed 62.0 percent of his passes.

All-CAA wide receiver Ryan Moody led the Tribe with 47 catches for 731 yards last fall.

B.W. Webb earned all-conference honors as a punt returner in 2010 after averaging nearly 10 yards per return.

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PASSING M. Callahan M. Paulus B. Caprio TEAM J. Grimes Total Opponents

GP 9 6 7 10 12 12 12

GP 12 12 11 10 9 12 12 12 12 7 10 6 12 12

Att Gain Loss Net 207 914 27 887 93 376 21 355 45 213 2 211 14 88 0 88 36 140 124 16 8 14 3 11 3 9 1 8 3 8 0 8 1 3 0 3 6 14 16 -2 7 0 11 -11 14 26 50 -24 437 1805 255 1550 437 2047 283 1764

Effic 141.3 120.7 73.5 0.0 480.4 131.6 103.6

Avg 4.3 3.8 4.7 6.3 0.4 1.4 2.7 2.7 3.0 -0.3 -1.6 -1.7 3.5 4.0

Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds 129-209-3 61.7 1659 88-142-2 62.0 883 5-12-1 41.7 30 0-1-0 0.0 0 1-1-0 100.0 6 223-365-6 61.1 2578 203-360-13 56.4 2098 No. 47 34 33 28 28 13 11 7 7 5 5 2 2 1 223 203

Yds Avg 731 15.6 350 10.3 490 14.8 260 9.3 233 8.3 142 10.9 205 18.6 58 8.3 18 2.6 38 7.6 24 4.8 17 8.5 7 3.5 5 5.0 2578 11.6 2098 10.3

TD Long Avg/G 8 30 73.9 4 21 29.6 2 40 19.2 0 49 8.8 1 28 1.8 0 3 0.9 0 7 0.7 0 4 0.7 0 3 0.2 0 11 -0.3 0 0 -1.1 0 10 -4.0 15 49 129.2 18 67 147.0 TD 10 4 1 0 1 16 6

Avg/G 184.3 147.2 4.3 0.0 0.5 214.8 174.8

RECEIVING Ryan Moody Alex Gottlieb Chase Hill Jonathan Grimes D.J. Mangas Ryan Woolfolk Cameron Dohse Nolan Kearney C. Marriner Jimmy Hobson T. Riggins Terreon Conyers Gareth Hissong Marshall Dill Total Opponents

GP 12 11 12 12 12 12 4 11 12 12 11 5 12 7 12 12

PUNT RETURNS B.W. Webb T. Riggins Total Opponents

No. 19 1 20 15

Yds 187 1 188 190

Avg 9.8 1.0 9.4 12.7

TD 1 0 1 1

Long 64 1 64 34

KICK RETURNS Jonathan Grimes Ryan Woolfolk T. Riggins Meltoya Jones Total Opponents

No. 19 12 6 3 40 58

Yds 473 251 115 34 873 1242

Avg 24.9 20.9 19.2 11.3 21.8 21.4

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 43 41 23 15 43 46

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Lng 64 36 19 0 6 64 64

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RUSHING Jonathan Grimes C. Marriner T. Riggins Meltoya Jones Mike Callahan Jimmy Hobson Ryan Woolfolk D.J. Mangas Chase Hill Brent Caprio TEAM Michael Paulus Total Opponents

Long Avg/G 47 60.9 24 31.8 55 40.8 64 21.7 22 19.4 23 11.8 34 51.2 18 5.3 10 1.5 15 3.2 12 2.2 15 3.4 4 0.6 5 0.7 64 214.8 64 174.8

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All-CAA running back Jonathan Grimes led the conference with 135.0 allpurpose yards per game last season. SCORING Drake Kuhn Jonathan Grimes Chase Hill C. Marriner David Miller Alex Gottlieb Ryan Moody Dante Cook T. Riggins Cameron Dohse B.W. Webb Jerome Couplin Gareth Hissong Mike Callahan Jimmy Hobson Evan Francks D.J. Mangas Michael Paulus Total Opponents

TD 0 8 8 4 0 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 36 25

TOTAL OFFENSE Mike Callahan Jonathan Grimes Michael Paulus C. Marriner T. Riggins Meltoya Jones Brent Caprio Jimmy Hobson D.J. Mangas Ryan Woolfolk Chase Hill TEAM Total Opponents

G 9 12 6 12 11 10 7 12 12 12 12 10 12 12

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Rush 16 887 -24 355 211 88 -2 11 8 8 3 -11 1550 1764

Pass 1659 6 883 0 0 0 30 0 0 0 0 0 2578 2098

DXP Saf Pts 0 0 56 0 0 48 0 0 48 0 0 24 0 0 21 0 0 20 0 0 12 0 0 12 0 0 12 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 297 0 1 200

Total 1675 893 859 355 211 88 28 11 8 8 3 -11 4128 3862

Avg/G 186.1 74.4 143.2 29.6 19.2 8.8 4.0 0.9 0.7 0.7 0.2 -1.1 344.0 321.8

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No. 49 5 2 56 67

ALL PURPOSE Jonathan Grimes Ryan Moody Chase Hill Ryan Woolfolk C. Marriner T. Riggins Alex Gottlieb D.J. Mangas Cameron Dohse B.W. Webb Dante Cook Meltoya Jones Evan Francks Nolan Kearney B. Thompson Jimmy Hobson Jerome Couplin Terreon Conyers Mike Callahan Wes Steinman Gareth Hissong Marshall Dill Brent Caprio Jabrel Mines TEAM Michael Paulus Total Opponents

Yds 2109 194 21 2324 2721 G 12 12 12 12 12 11 11 12 4 12 11 10 12 11 12 12 11 5 9 12 12 7 7 12 10 6 12 12

Avg 43.0 38.8 10.5 41.5 40.6 Rush 887 0 3 8 355 211 0 8 0 0 0 88 0 0 0 11 0 0 16 0 0 0 -2 0 -11 -24 1550 1764

Long 70 53 21 70 75 Rec 260 731 490 142 18 24 350 233 205 0 0 0 0 58 0 38 0 17 0 0 7 5 0 0 0 0 2578 2098

TB 4 1 0 5 8

FC 20 1 0 21 11

PR KOR 0 473 0 0 0 0 0 251 0 0 1 115 0 0 0 0 0 0 187 0 0 0 0 34 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 188 873 190 1242

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50+ 13 1 0 14 10

Blkd 1 0 0 1 0

IR Tot Avg/G 0 1620 135.0 0 731 60.9 0 493 41.1 0 401 33.4 0 373 31.1 0 351 31.9 0 350 31.8 0 241 20.1 0 205 51.2 0 187 15.6 134 134 12.2 0 122 12.2 64 64 5.3 0 58 5.3 49 49 4.1 0 49 4.1 22 22 2.0 0 17 3.4 0 16 1.8 14 14 1.2 0 7 0.6 0 5 0.7 0 -2 -0.3 -7 -7 -0.6 0 -11 -1.1 0 -24 -4.0 276 5465 455.4 40 5334 444.5


|-----------------Tackles-----------------| GP Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds 11 57 54 111 9.0 - 32 12 29 53 82 2.5 - 7 12 43 37 80 7.5 - 16 12 29 36 65 2.0 - 6 12 30 35 65 5.5 - 25 12 31 32 63 3.5 - 11 12 33 30 63 12.5 - 46 12 30 22 52 3.5 - 10 12 24 26 50 12.0 - 45 12 24 18 42 0.5 - 2 12 7 27 34 1.5 - 2 12 13 17 30 4.5 - 18 11 15 13 28 3.5 - 13 6 8 15 23 4.0 - 22 10 3 10 13 0.5 - 1 12 8 3 11 . 11 7 4 11 . 10 5 2 7 . 8 6 . 6 . 10 3 3 6 . 11 2 4 6 . 8 3 2 5 . 12 3 . 3 . 3 1 1 2 . 9 2 . 2 . 10 2 . 2 1.0 - 4 9 2 . 2 . 12 2 . 2 . 2 . 2 2 0.5 - 1 2 . 1 1 . 11 1 . 1 . 9 1 . 1 . 12 . 1 1 . 12 1 . 1 . 12 1 . 1 . 11 . 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 . 4 1 . 1 . 11 . 1 1 . 12 428 450 878 74 - 261 12 428 458 886 58 - 240 2010 CAA CHAMPIONS

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|-Sacks-| |----------Passes Def--------| No-Yds Int-Yds PBU QBH 4.0 - 22 2 - 134 2 6 . 3 - 64 3 . . 2 - 49 2 . . 1 - -7 3 . 2.0 - 16 1 - 14 7 1 . 1-0 1 . 5.5 - 30 . 2 4 . . 9 . 3.5 - 24 . . 2 . 1-0 5 . . . . 1 2.0 - 11 . . 2 1.0 - 10 . . . 1.0 - 10 . . 1 . . . . . 1 - 0 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . 1 - 22 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 19 - 123 13 - 276 36 18 24 - 175 6 - 40 57 11

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Defensive Leaders Dante Cook Evan Francks B. Thompson Jabrel Mines Wes Steinman Terrell Wells Marcus Hyde B. Cottingham Michael Stover B.W. Webb H. Robertson B. Jean-Pierre G. Beerhalter Ravi Pradhanang Bryan Stinnie Jake O’Connor Ethan Lee Airek Green T.K. Hester David Miller Jerome Couplin Ben Casper Ryan Woolfolk Q. September C.J. Thomas TEAM Nick Downey Jimmy Hobson Chris Johnson Kyle O’Brien T. Riggins Drake Kuhn C. Marriner Chase Hill Jonathan Grimes Nolan Kearney Ryan Smith Cameron Dohse Andy Topping Total Opponents

|---Fumbles---| Blkd Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf 1-0 1 . . 1 - 0 . . . 1-0 1 . . 2-0 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . . 1 - 0 . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 - 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 - 19 7 1 . 4 - 11 3 2 1

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2010 Game-by-Game Starters UMass QB Callahan TB Grimes FB Hobson WR Dohse WR Hill, C. TE Gottlieb LT Hill, K. LG Johnson C Pagliaro RG Toon RT Salazar

VMI Callahan Grimes Marriner* Dohse Hill, C. Gottlieb Hill, K. Johnson Pagliaro Toon Salazar

ODU Callahan Grimes Marriner* Dohse Hill, C. Gottlieb Donker Johnson Pagliaro Toon Salazar

Maine Callahan Grimes Marriner* Dohse Hill, C. Gottlieb Hill, K. Johnson Pagliaro Toon Salazar

Villanova Paulus Grimes Hobson Moody Hill, C. Gottlieb Hill, K. Johnson Pagliaro Sutton Salazar

R. Island Paulus Grimes Marriner* Moody Hill, C. Gottlieb Hill, K. Johnson Pagliaro Crisafi Salazar

Delaware Paulus Grimes Marriner* Moody Hill, C. Gottlieb Hill, K. Crisafi Pagliaro Toon Salazar

UNC Callahan Grimes Marriner* Moody Hill, C. Gottlieb Hill, K. Johnson Pagliaro Crisafi Salazar

New Hamp. Caprio Jones Hobson Moody Hill, C. Kearney Hill, K. Crisafi Pagliaro Toon Salazar

JMU Callahan Grimes Hobson Moody Hill, C. Gottlieb Hill, K. Crisafi Pagliaro Toon Salazar

Richmond Callahan Grimes Hobson Moody Hill, C. Gottlieb Hill, K. Johnson Pagliaro Crisafi Salazar

GSU Callahan Grimes Hobson Moody Hill, C. Gottlieb Hill, K. Johnson Pagliaro Crisafi Salazar

DE DT DT DE OLB MLB OLB SS FS CB CB

Hyde Stover Robertson Jean-Pierre Steinman Francks Mines Thompson Wells Cottingham Webb

Hyde Stover Robertson Jean-Pierre Steinman Cook Francks Thompson Wells Cottingham Webb

Hyde Stover Robertson Jean-Pierre Steinman Cook Francks Thompson Wells Cottingham Webb

Hyde Stover Robertson Pradhanang Steinman Cook Mines Thompson Wells Cottingham Webb

Hyde Stover Jean-Pierre Pradhanang Steinman Cook Francks Thompson Wells Cottingham Webb

Hyde Stover Robertson Jean-Pierre Steinman Cook Francks Thompson Wells Cottingham Webb

Hyde Stover Robertson Jean-Pierre Steinman Cook Francks Thompson Wells Cottingham Webb

Hyde Stover Robertson Jean-Pierre Steinman Cook Francks Thompson Wells Cottingham Webb

Hyde Stover Robertson Jean-Pierre Steinman Cook Francks Thompson Wells Cottingham Webb

Hyde Stover Robertson Jean-Pierre Steinman Cook Francks Thompson Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connor Cottingham Webb

Hyde Stover Robertson Jean-Pierre Steinman Cook Francks Thompson Wells Cottingham Webb

Hyde Stover Robertson Pradhanang Steinman Francks Mines Thompson Wells Cottingham Webb

* Lined up as a second running back

2010 Top Offensive Performances Top Passing Performances 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

331 290 250 234 221 211 209

Mike Callahan vs. Richmond Mike Callahan at ODU Mike Callahan at JMU Mike Callahan vs. VMI Mike Callahan at UMass Michael Paulus vs. Villanova Michael Paulus at North Carolina

Nov. 20 Sept. 18 Nov. 13 Sept. 11 Sept. 4 Oct. 2 Oct. 30

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

124 111 100 83 78 77 77 73 71 70

Jonathan Grimes at ODU Jonathan Grimes at N. Hampshire Jonathan Grimes vs. Ga. Southern Jonathan Grimes vs. Villanova Terrence Riggins vs. Richmond Jonathan Grimes vs. Delaware Jonathan Grimes vs. URI Jonathan Grimes vs. Richmond Jonathan Grimes vs. VMI Jonathan Grimes at JMU

300-yard Passing Games 1 (1) - Mike Callahan 100-yard Rushing Games 3 (10) - Jonathan Grimes

200-yard Passing Games 5 (5) - Mike Callahan 2 (2) - Michael Paulus

Top Receiving Performances

Top Rushing Performances Sept. 18 Nov. 6 Dec. 4 Oct. 2 Nov. 20 Oct. 23 Oct. 9 Nov. 20 Sept. 11 Nov. 13

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

122 110 101 92 87 86 73 72 70 70

Ryan Moody at JMU Ryan Moody vs. VMI Ryan Moody vs. Richmond Chase Hill vs. Delaware Ryan Moody vs. Delaware Jonathan Grimes vs. Richmond Ryan Moody vs. URI Ryan Moody at North Carolina Alex Gottlieb at UMass Cam Dohse at UMass

100-yard Receiving Games (4) - Cameron Dohse 3 (3) - Ryan Moody (2) - Chase Hill (1) - Jonathan Grimes

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2010 W&M Superlatives

2010 W&M Opponent Superlatives

Highs

Highs

Lows

Lows

Individual

Individual

Points Scored. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10) Total Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 454 vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10) Rushing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 423 vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10) Rushing Attempts. . . . . . . . . . 59 vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10) Rushing TDs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10) Passing Yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 293 vs. Delaware (10/23/10) Passes Completed. . . . . . . . . . 29 at Maine (9/25/10) Passes Attempted. . . . . . . . . . 45 at New Hampshire (11/6/10) Passing TDs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1, six times, last at North Carolina (10/30/10) Passes Intercepted . . . . . . . . . 5 vs. VMI (9/11/10) First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10) Penalties. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, at Maine (9/25/10) Penalty Yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134, at Maine (9/25/10) Sacks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10)

Points Scored. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13, at New Hampshire (11/6/10) Total Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171, at New Hampshire (11/6/10) Rushing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 at North Carolina (10/30/10) Rushing Attempts. . . . . . . . . . 26, twice, last vs. Ga. Southern (12/4/10) Rushing TDs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0, four times, last vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10) Passing Yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30, at New Hampshire (11/6/10) Passes Completed. . . . . . . . . . 5, at New Hampshire (11/6/10) Passes Attempted. . . . . . . . . . 10, at New Hampshire (11/6/10) Passing TDs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0, vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10) Passes Intercepted . . . . . . . . . 0, seven times, last vs. Ga. Southern (12/4/10) First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9, at New Hampshire (11/6/10) Penalties. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1, twice, last vs. VMI (9/11/10) Penalty Yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, twice, last vs. VMI (9/11/10) Sacks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0, three times, last vs. Ga. Southern (12/4/10)

Points Scored. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 vs. VMI (9/11/10) Total Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Rushing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 at New Hampshire (11/6/10) Rushing Attempts. . . . . . . . . . 25 vs. Villanova (10/2/10) Rushing TDs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0, four times, last vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Passing Yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 at JMU (11/13/10) Passes Completed. . . . . . . . . . 0 at JMU (11/13/10) Passes Attempted. . . . . . . . . . 1 at JMU (11/13/10) Passing TDs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0, four times, last at JMU (11/13/10) Passes Intercepted . . . . . . . . . 0, three times, last at JMU (11/13/10) First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, vs. URI (10/9/10) Penalties. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Penalty Yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 vs. VMI (9/11/10) Sacks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0, twice, last vs. URI (10/9/10)

All-Purpose Yards . . . . . . . . . . 230, Jonathan Grimes at ODU (9/18/10) Rushing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124, Jonathan Grimes at ODU (9/18/10) Rushing Carries. . . . . . . . . . . . 29, Jonathan Grimes at New Hampshire (11/6/10) Rushing TDs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, twcie, last by Jonathan Grimes vs. Villanova (10/2/10) Longest Rush. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49, Meltoya Jones vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Longest Rushing TD . . . . . . . . 30, Jonathan Grimes at ODU (9/18/10) Passing Yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 331, Mike Callahan vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Passing Completions. . . . . . . .24, twice, last by Mike Callahan at JMU (11/13/10) Passing Attempts . . . . . . . . . . 40, Mike Callahan at JMU (11/13/10) Passes Intercepted . . . . . . . . . 2, Michael Paulus vs. Villanova (10/2/10) Passing TDs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2, four times, last by Mike Callahan vs. UR (11/20/10) Longest Pass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64, Mike Callahan vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Longest Passing TD. . . . . . . . . 55, Mike Callahan at ODU (9/18/10) Receivng Yards. . . . . . . . . . . . .122, Ryan Moody at JMU (11/13/10) Receptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, Ryan Moody at JMU (11/13/10) Receiving TDs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, Chase Hill at North Carolina (10/30/10) Longest Reception . . . . . . . . . 64, Jonathan Grimes vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Longest Receiving TD. . . . . . . 55, Chase Hill at ODU (9/18/10) FGs Made. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3, twice, las by Drake Kuhn vs. Ga. Southern (12/4/10) FGs Attempted. . . . . . . . . . . . .5, Drake Kuhn vs. URI (10/9/10) Longest FG Made. . . . . . . . . . .42, Drake Kuhn vs. Villanova (10/2/10) PATs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, David Miller vs. VMI (9/11/10) Punts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11, David Miller at New Hampshire (11/6/10) Punts Average. . . . . . . . . . . . . 53.0, Tyler Bailey vs. URI (10/9/10) Longest Punt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70, David Miller at UMass (9/4/10) Longest Punt Return. . . . . . . .64, B.W. Webb vs. VMI (9/11/10) KO Return Yards . . . . . . . . . . . .95, Jonathan Grimes vs. Delaware (10/23/10) Longest KO Return . . . . . . . . . 43, Jonathan Grimes at UMass (9/4/10) Total Tackles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16, three times, last by Dante Cook vs. Ga. Southern (12/4/10) Tackles for Loss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.0, Marcus Hyde at New Hampshire (11/6/10) Sacks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.0, Marcus Hyde at New Hampshire (11/6/10) Interceptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2, Brian Thompson vs. VMI (9/11/10) Int. Return Yards . . . . . . . . . . . 84, Dante Cook vs. Villanova (10/2/10)

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Points Scored. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 vs. VMI (9/11/10) Total Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 616 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Rushing Yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . 285 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Rushing Attempts. . . . . . . . . . 47, twice, last at New Hampshire (11/6/10) Rushing TDs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 twice, last vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Passing Yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 331 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Passes Completed. . . . . . . . . . 26 at North Carolina (10/30/10) Passes Attempted. . . . . . . . . . 40, twice, last at James Madison (11/13/10) Passing TDs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2, six times, last vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Passes Intercepted . . . . . . . . . 2 vs. Villanova (10/2/10) First Downs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Penalties. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8, twice, last vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10) Penalty Yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 at New Hampshire (11/6/10) Sacks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5, twice, last at New Hampshire (11/6/10)

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Yards 50 82 79 96 - 58 66 70 52 48 - 84 55 65 72 75 - 70 86 67 - 47 55 59 47 0 97 29 64 70 71 18 83 21 51 35 51 74 59 58 67 75 86 82 32 41 92 61 45 58 - 60

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Play Hobson 5-yard pass from Callahan Callahan 28-yard run Miller 17-yard field goal Dohse 34-yard pass from Callahan Webb 64-yard punt return Miller 30-yard field goal Grimes 1-yard run Hill 23-yard pass from Callahan Grimes 4-yard run Grimes 1-yard run Couplin 22-yard interception return Grimes 30-yard run Hill 55-yard pass from Callahan Hissong 4-yard pass from Callahan Miller 22-yard field goal Marriner 10-yard run Cook 50-yard interception return Hill 21-yard pass from Paulus Grimes 8-yard run Grimes 4-yard run Cook 84-yard interception return Grimes 6-yard run Kuhn 42-yard field goal Kuhn 37-yard field goal Moody 17-yard pass from Paulus Kuhn 19-yard field goal Marriner 3-yard run Riggins 9-yard run Kuhn 39-yard field goal Gottlieb 15-yard pass from Callahan Hill 6-yard pass from Grimes Hill 6-yard pass from Paulus Hill 9-yard pass from Paulus Kuhn 28-yard field goal Hill 19-yard pass from Caprio Grimes 1-yard run Gottlieb 3-yard pass from Callahan Kuhn 22-yard field goal Kuhn 31-yard field goal Moody 17-yard pass from Callahan Kuhn 20-yard field goal Marriner 5-yard run Marriner 18-yard run Hill 23-yard pass from Callahan Kuhn 28-yard field goal Gottlieb 20-yard pass from Callahan Riggins 1-yard run Kuhn 26-yard field goal Kuhn 32-yard field goal Kuhn 36-yard field goal Francks 48-yard interception return Kuhn 33-yard field goal

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TRIBE IN THE PROS

David Caldwell

Derek Cox

Indianapolis Colts Name R.J. Archer Drew Atchison Bill Bowman Tom Brown Russ Brown Todd Bushnell David Caldwell Dennis Cambal Lang Campbell John Cannon Stephen Cason Winston Charles Steve Christie Michael Clemons Flyinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Jack Cloud John Clowes Mike Cook

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Pro Team Minnesota Milwaukee Mustangs Dallas Cowboys Detroit Lions Pittsburgh Steelers Pittsburgh Steelers Honolulu Hawaiians New York Giants Washington Redskins Baltimore Colts Indianapolis Colts New York Jets Cleveland Browns Berlin Thunder Austin Wranglers Arizona Rattlers Tampa Bay Buccaneers Green Bay Blizzard Georgia Force Richmond Revolution Dayton Triangles Tampa Bay Buccaneers Buffalo Bills San Diego Chargers New York Giants Toronto Argonauts Kansas City Chiefs Tampa Bay Buccaneers Toronto Argonauts Green Bay Packers Washington Redskins Detroit Lions Cleveland Browns

Jacksonville Jaguars Years 2010 2011 2008 1954, 1956 1957 1942 1974 1974 1975 1973 20101973 2005 -06 2006 2007-08 2008 1983-89 2007 2008-09 2010 1928 1990-91 1992-2001 2001 - 2003 2004 2007 1987 1988 1989-2000 1950-51 1952-53 1951 1999

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Name Dave Corley, Jr. Derek Cox Lou Creekmur Dan Darragh Otis Douglas Nick Forkovitch Chris Garrity Robert Green Chris Hakel Isham Hardy Archie Harris Ron Harrison Dan Henning George Hughes Harvey Johnson Mark Kelso David Knight Shawn Knight John Kreamcheck Ken Lambiotte Mike Leach Buddy Lex Sean Lissemore Corey Ludwig Bob Lusk Art Matsu

Mike Leach

Arizona Cardinals Pro Team Hamilton Tiger-Cats Calgary Stampeders Jacksonville Jaguars Detroit Lions Buffalo Bills Philadelphia Eagles Brooklyn Dodgers Washington Federals Washington Redskins Chicago Bears Minnesota Vikings Washington Redskins Atlanta Falcons Akron Indians Denver Broncos Jacksonville Jaguars San Diego Chargers Pittsburgh Steelers New York Yankees Buffalo Bills New York Jets Toronto Argonauts Chicago Bears Philadelphia Eagles Tennessee Titans Chicago Bears Denver Broncos Arizona Cardinals Hamilton Tiger Cats Dallas Cowboys Calgary Stampeders Detroit Lions Dayton Triangles

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Darren Sharper

Dallas Cowboys

Name Ed Mioduszewski Melvin Martin Tom Mikula Joe Montgomery Rich Musinski Adam Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connor Scot Osborne Billy Parker Rick Pawlewitz Mike Potts Vito Ragazzo Garrard Ramsey Knox Ramsey Chris Rosier

Pro Team Baltimore Colts Saskatchewan Brooklyn Dodgers Philadelphia Eagles Charlotte Hornets Tennessee Titans Nashville Kats New England Patriots Berlin Thunder San Diego Chargers Scranton Wilkes-Barre Pioneers Carolina Panthers Minnesota Vikings Seattle Seahawks Buffalo Bills New Orleans Saints Cleveland Browns Miami Dolphins Carolina Panthers New York Dragons2005, 2007-08 Montreal Alouettes New York Jets Pittsburgh Steelers Manchester Wolves Tulsa Talons Hamilton Tiger Cats Chicago Cards L.A. Dons Chicago Cardinals Philadelphia Eagles Washington Redskins Cincinnati Bengals

New Orleans Saints Years 1953 1979 1948 1974 1975 2004 2004 2005-06 2006 2007 2008-09 2006 2007 2000-01 2001 2003 2004 2005 2005-06

Name Tom Rozantz Jim Ryan John Sapinsky Jerry Sazio Ralph Sazio Darren Sharper Steve Shull Bob Soleau Brett Sterba Mike Stover Charlie Sumner Dominique Thompson Tommy Thompson Adrian Tracy Al Vandeweghe Jude Waddy Tex Warrington Ed Weber Stan Yagiello

20091977 2008 2009 2010 1953-54 1947-49 1948-51 1950-51 1952 1952-53 2000

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Sean Lissemore

Adrian Tracy

New York Giants Pro Team Saskatchewan Roughriders Hamilton Tiger Cats Toronto Argonauts Chicago Blitz Pittsburgh Maulers Birmingham Stallions Denver Broncos Oakland Raiders Hamilton Tiger Cats Brooklyn Dodgers Hamilton Tiger Cats Green Bay Packers Minnesota Vikings New Orleans Saints Miami Dolphins Pittsburgh Steelers Green Bay Packers Virginia Destroyers Chicago Bears Minnesota Vikings St. Louis Rams Carolina Panthers Orlando (UFL) Cleveland Browns New York Giants Buffalo Bisons Green Bay Packers Denver Broncos San Diego Chargers Brooklyn Dodgers LA Rams Pittsburgh Gladiators New York Knights

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ALL-AMERICANS

Buddy Lex (‘50) 1930 1933 1934 1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 1951 1952 1953 1955 1956 1957 1959

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Hap Halligan, (Hon. Mention) Bill Palese, HB (All-American Board) Melville Bryant (AP - Hon. Mention) Garrard “Buster” Ramsey, G (AP - First) Knox Ramsey, G (Deke Houlgate - First; UP - Second) Jack Cloud, FB (AP - Hon. Mention) Bob Steckroth, E (Hon. Mention) Tommy Korczowski, TB (Hon. Mention) Jack Cloud, FB (N.Y. Sun - First; AP - Third) Knox Ramsey, G (UP - Second; Deke Houlgate - First) Harry Caughron, OT (AP - Hon. Mention) Bob Steckroth, E (AP -Hon. Mention) Tommy Thompson, C (AP Hon. Mention) Jack Cloud, FB (N.Y. Sun - First; UP - Second; Deke Houlgate - Second) Tommy Thompson, C (AP - Third) Harry Caughron, OT (AP - Hon. Mention) Lou Hoitsma, E (AP - Hon. Mention) Jim McDowell, OL (AP - Hon. Mention) Vito Ragazzo, E (UP - Second) Buddy Lex, TB John Kreamcheck, T (AP, Hon. Mention) Dickie Lewis, B (UP - Hon. Mention) Sam Lupo, G (AP - Hon. Mention) Ed Mioduszewski, B (AP - Hon. Mention) George Parozzo, T (UP - Hon. Mention) Sam Lupo, G (UP - Hon. Mention) Ed Mioduszewski, B (AP - Second) Tom Keller, B (AP/UP - Hon. Mention) Linwood Cox, G (AP - Hon. Mention) John Kreamcheck (UP - Hon. Mention) Bill Bowman, FB (AP/UP - Hon. Mention) John Bednarik (UP - Hon. Mention) Bob Lusk, T (Williamson’s - Third) Walter Brodie, E (AP - Second) Charlie Sidwell (AP - Hon. Mention) Larry Peccatiello (AP - Hon. Mention) Elliott Schaubach (AP - Hon. Mention) Mike Lashley, T (AP - Hon. Mention)

Bob Soleau (‘64) 1962 1963 1965 1970 1973 1974 1976 1977 1983 1984 1986 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

Bob Soleau, G (AP/UP - Hon. Mention) Bob Soleau, G (AP - First) George Pearce, E (AP - Second) Bob Herb, C (AP - Second) Joe Montgomery, OL (Football News - Third; AP - Hon. Mention) Dick Pawlewicz, TE (AP - Third, Recap - Second) Tom Rozantz, QB (AP - Hon. Mention) Jim Kruis, TB (AP - Hon. Mention) Tom Rozantz, QB (AP - Hon. Mention) Hank Zimmerman, C (AP) Mario Shaffer, OG (AP - First; Kodak - First) Mark Kelso, DB (AP - Hon. Mention) Michael Clemons, TB (Kodak - First) Scott Perkins, OL (AP - Second) Steve Christie, PK (AP - Hon. Mention) Harry Mehre, WR (AP - Hon. Mention) Steve Christie, P/PK (Kodak - First; SN, AP - Second) Reggie White, OG (SN - Second) Reggie White, OG (SN, AP, WC, Kodak - First) Robert Green, TB (AP - Third) Peter Reid, OT (SN - Hon. Mention) Tom Walters, OG (SN - Hon. Mention) Craig Staub, DT (SN, WC, FG - First; AP - Second) Tom Walters, OG (SN, AP - Second; FG - Third) Shawn Knight, QB (SN - Hon. Mention) Darren Sharper, FS (SN - Hon. Mention) Greg Applewhite, LB (SN - Hon. Mention) Darren Sharper, FS (SN, Football Almanac - First) Josh Beyer, OG (SN - Third) Darren Sharper, FS (SN, FG, AFCA, AP, WC – First) Josh Beyer, OG (SN, AFCA, AP, WC, FG - First) Brian Shallcross, PK (SN – Third)

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Mike Cook (‘99) 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2007 2008 2009 2010

Luke Cullinane, DL (AP – Third) Mike Cook, QB (AP, ESPN, SN – Second) Mike Leach, TE (AP, SN – Second) Raheem Walker, DL (SN – Third) Brett Sterba, K (AFCA, SN, Burger King - First) Mike Leach, TE (Walter Camp - First) Todd Greineder, LB (FG - Hon. Mention) Matt Mazefsky, OT (FG - Second) Chris Rosier, WR (FG - Hon. Mention) Raheem Walker, DT (SN - First; FG - Second) Rich Musinski, WR (FG - Third; FG - Hon. Mention) Dwight Beard, OT (FG - Hon. Mention) Dwight Beard, OL (AFCA- First; AP- First) Rich Musinski, WR (AFCA – First) Lang Campbell, QB (AFCA, AP, SN, WC, FG - First) Greg Kuehn, PK (SN - Second; AP, FG - Third) Adam O’Connor, DE (AP - Third) Dominique Thompson, WR (AP, SN, FG - Second) Drew Atchison, TE (SN - Hon. Mention) Adrian Tracy, DE (SN, CSN - Hon. Mention) Jonathan Grimes, KR (SN - Hon. Mention; CSN - Hon. Mention ROY) Adrian Tracy, DE (WC, AFCA, CSN - First; AP, SN - Second) Sean Lissemore, DT (SN, CSN - First) David Miller, P (AFCA, PS - First; AP - Second; SN - Third) Alex Gottlieb, TE (SN - Second) Keith Hill, Jr., OL (SN - Second)

KEY: AP - Associated Press; UP - United Press; SN - Sports Network; FG - Football Gazette; WC - Walter Camp Foundation; AFCA - American Football Coaches Association CSN - College Sporting News PS - Phil Steele

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Team Accomplishments CAA Championships (1) 2010

Southern Conf. Championships (4) 1942, 1947, 1966, 1970 NCAA Playoff Appearances (9) 1986, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1996 2001, 2004, 2009, 2010 Bowl Game Appearances (5) 1947 - Dixie Bowl 1948 - Delta Bowl 1970 - Tangerine Bowl 1988 - Epson Ivy Bowl 1992 - Epson Ivy Bowl

Player Awards Walter Payton Award 2004 Lang Campbell, QB A-10 Offensive Player of the Year 2004 Lang Campbell, QB A-10/CAA Special Teams Player of the Year 2004 Greg Kuehn, PK 2010 Jonathan Grimes, KR Yankee/Atlantic 10 Conference Defensive Player of the Year 1993 Craig Staub, DT 1995 Jason Miller, LB 1996 Darren Sharper, FS Yankee/A- 10/CAA Rookie of the Year 1996 David Conklin, WR 1999 David Corley, Jr., QB 2000 Rich Musinski, WR 2008 Jonathan Grimes, RB 2009 B.W. Webb, CB ECAC Player of the Year 2004 Lang Campbell, QB Southern Conf. Player of the Year 1956 Walt Brodie, E 1962 Bob Soleau, G 1965 George Pearce, E 1970 Phil Mosser, FB Southern Conf. Athlete of the Year 1966 Chuck Albertson 1971 Phil Mosser

1994

Darren Sharper, S - 1st Shawn Knight, QB - 2nd Greg Applewhite, LB - 2nd Mike Tomlin, WR - 2nd Troy Keen, RB - 2nd Josh Beyer, G - 2nd Jude Waddy, LB - 3rd

1995

Derek Fitzgerald, RB -1st Jason Miller, LB - 1st Josh Beyer, OG - 1st Darren Sharper, S - 1st Jim Simpkins, DT - 2nd Charlie White, C - 2nd Stefon Moody, LB - 2nd Troy Keen, TB - 3rd Pete Coyne, DT - 3rd Mark McCain, KR - 3rd Brian Shallcross, K - 3rd Jude Waddy, LB - 3rd Terry Hammons, WR - 3rd

1996

Darren Sharper, S - 1st Josh Beyer, OG - 1st Mike Bertoni, DE - 1st Luke Cullinane, DE - 1st Alvin Porch, RB - 1st Mike Cook, QB - 1st Brian Giamo, DT - 2nd Mike McGowan, LB - 2nd Stefon Moody, LB - 2nd Jude Waddy, LB - 2nd Dan Rossentini, OG - 2nd Peter Coyne, DT - 3rd

Raheem Walker, DL - 1st Mike Leach, TE - 2nd Hameen Ali, RB - 3rd Sean Reid, OT - 3rd Brett Sterba, K - 3rd

1999

Brett Sterba, K - 1st Mike Leach, P - 1st Mike Beverly, CB - 2nd Khari Reynolds, CB - 2nd Dave Conklin, WR - 2nd Chris Morris, C - 2nd Justin Solomon, DE - 2nd Chris Stahl, DE - 3rd Matt Mazefsky, OT - 3rd

2000

Matt Mazefsky, OT - 1st Brett Sterba, K - 1st Raheem Walker, DT - 1st Jimmy Cerminaro, FS - 2nd Todd Greineder, LB - 2nd Chris Rosier, WR - 2nd Chris Stahl, DE - 2nd David Corley, QB - 3rd M. Youssofi, LB - 3rd

2001

Dwight Beard, OT - 1st Rich Musinski, WR - 1st David Corley, QB - 2nd Marty Magerko, LB - 2nd Rich Musinski- RS - 2nd Mike Nagelin, PK - 2nd Chris Stahl, DE - 2nd Scott Tompkins, C - 2nd Marques Bobo, S - 3rd Brandon Johnson, TE - 3rd Chad Richards, DT - 3rd

2002

Dwight Beard, OT - 1st Rich Musinski, WR - 1st Billy Parker, CB - 1st David Corley, Jr., QB - 2nd

Greg Kuehn, K - 2nd Corey Paxton, TE - 2nd M. Youssofi, LB - 2nd Marques Bobo, S - 3rd Paul Carpenter, LB - 3rd Ray Loffredo, OG - 3rd Jon Smith, RB - 3rd M. Washington, DL - 3rd

2003

Rich Musinski, WR - 1st Billy Parker, CB - 1st Marques Bobo, S - 2nd Paul Carpenter, LB - 2nd Greg Kuehn, K - 2nd Steve Stocki, OG - 2nd Lang Campbell, QB - 3rd Travis McLaurin, LB - 3rd Mike Mesi, P - 3rd

2004

Lang Campbell, QB - 1st Greg Kuehn, PK - 1st Stephen Cason, DB - 2nd Cody Morris, OL - 2nd Adam O’Connor, DE - 2nd D. Thompson, WR - 2nd Mike Mesi, P - 3rd Jon Smith, RB - 3rd Chris Ndubueze, LB - 3rd

2005

Elijah Brooks, RB - 2nd Pat Mulloy, C - 2nd Matt Trinkle, FB - 2nd Adam Bratton, TE - 2nd Greg Kuehn, PK - 2nd Cody Morris, OG - 3rd Stephen Cason, CB - 2nd Adam O’Connor, DE - 3rd

2006

Elijah Brooks, RB - 2nd Cody Morris, OL - 2nd Joe Nicholas, WR - 3rd Chris Ndubueze, LB - 2nd

HONORS & AWARDS

Atlantic 10 Championships (3) 1996, 2001, 2004

All-Yankee Conference 1993 Craig Staub, DT - 1st Wally Vale, OT - 1st Tom Walters, OG - 1st Chris Dawson, P - 1st Greg Applewhite, LB - 2nd Derek Fitzgerald, RB - 2nd Shawn Knight, QB - 2nd Corey Ludwig, WR - 2nd Tony Tomich, C - 3rd Mike Bertoni, DE - 3rd Eric Lambert, LB - 3rd

All-Atlantic 10 Conference 1997 Ron Harrison, CB - 1st Dan Rossentini, OG - 1st Jude Waddy, LB - 1st Brian Shallcross, PK - 1st Luke Cullinane, DE - 1st Alvin Porch, RB - 2nd Greg Whirley, OT - 2nd Pete Coyne, DT - 2nd Sean McDermott, S - 3rd Kendrick Ashton, CB - 3rd 1998 Mike Cook, QB - 1st Greg Whirley, OL - 1st Mike Leach, P - 1st

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All-Colonial Athletic Association 2007 Jake Phillips, QB - 3rd Elliott Mack, WR - 3rd Brad Stewart, OL - 3rd Derek Cox, CB - 3rd 2008

Adrian Tracy, DE - 1st Brian Pate, PK - 1st J. Grimes, KR - 1st, RB - 2nd Derek Cox, CB - 2nd Rob Varno, TE - 2nd Jake Phillips, QB - 3rd D.J. McAulay, WR - 3rd Josh Rutter, LB - 3rd David Miller, P - 3rd

2009

David Caldwell, S - 1st J. Grimes, RB - 1st, KR - 3rd Sean Lissemore, DT - 1st Adrian Tracy, DE - 1st David Miller, P - 1st R.J. Archer, QB - 2nd D.J. McAulay, WR - 2nd C.J. Muse, OL - 2nd Rob Varno, TE - 2nd Jake Trantin, LB - 2nd B.W. Webb, CB - 2nd, PR - 3rd Brian Pate, PK - 2nd

2010 Jonathan Grimes, RB - 1st, KR - 2nd Alex Gottlieb, TE - 1st Keith Hill, Jr., OL - 1st Jimmy Hobson, FB - 1st David Miller, P - 1st B.W. Webb, CB - 1st, PR - 2nd Dante Cook, LB - 2nd Marcus Hyde, DE - 2nd Ryan Moody, WR - 2nd Mike Stover, DT - 2nd Chase Hill, WR - 3rd James Pagliaro , OL - 3rd All-ECAC 1973 Joe Montgomery, C 1976 Jim Kruis, TB Hank Zimmerman, C 1977 Joe Manderfield, WR 1980 Steve McNamee, FS Kurt Wrigley, WR (Rookie of the Year) 1985

Stan Yagiello, QB Michael Clemons, RB Archie Harris, OT Bob Solderitch, C

1986

Michael Clemons, RB Ken Lambiotte, QB Archie Harris, OT Dave Pocta, LB

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1987 Steve Christie, PK John Menke, OL

2000 Matt Mazefsky, OT Brett Sterba, PK

1988 Steve Christie, PK Scott Perkins, OL Harry Mehre, WR

2001 Rich Musinski, WR - 1st

1989 Steve Christie, PK/P Reggie White, OG Alan Garlic, DE

2004 Lang Campbell, QB - 1st

2002 Rich Musinski, WR - 1st

2008 Adrian Tracy, DE - 1st Jonathan Grimes, RB (Rookie of the Year)

1990 Reggie White, OG Tyrone Shelton, RB Alan Garlic, DE

2009 Adrian Tracy, DE - 1st B.W. Webb, CB/PR (Rookie of the Year)

1991 Greg Kalinyak, OC Mark Tyler, DT 1992

Tom Walters, OG Palmer Scarritt, CB Derek Fitzgerald, TB (Rookie of the Year)

1993

Craig Staub, DT Wally Vale, OT Shawn Knight, QB Eric Lambert, LB Marc Richards, CB

2010 Keith Hill, Jr., OL - 1st All-Southern Conference 1941 Garrard Ramsey, G Harvey Johnson, B 1942

1944 John Clowes, G

1994 Darren Sharper, S Shawn Knight, QB Greg Applewhite, LB

1945 Knox Ramsey, T

1995

Josh Beyer, OG Jason Miller, LB Darren Sharper, S Jim Simpkins, DT

1996

Darren Sharper, S Josh Beyer, OG Mike Cook, QB Luke Cullinane, DE Brian Giamo, DT Mike McGowan, LB Alvin Porch, RB

1997

Pete Coyne, DT Dan Rossettini, OG Jude Waddy, LB Luke Cullinane, DL Sean McDermott, SS

1998

Mike Cook, QB Greg Whirley, OT Raheem Walker, DT Mike Leach, P

1999

Mike Leach, TE Matt Mazefsky, OT Brett Sterba, K Chris Stahl, DE

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Garrard Ramsey, G Marvin Bass, T Glenn Knox, E Harvey Johnson, B

1946 Knox Ramsey, G Jack Cloud, B 1947

Bob Steckroth, E Knox Ramsey, G Tommy Thompson, C Jack Cloud, B Harry Caughron, T Ralph Sazio, T

1948

Tommy Thompson, C Jack Cloud, B Harry Caughron, T Lou Hoitsma, E Jack McDowell, G Lou Creekmur, T

1955 Walt Brodie, E Bob Lusk, T 1956 Walt Brodie, E Charlie Sidwell, B 1957 Elliott Schaubach, T Bill Rush, C Larry Peccatiello, E 1959 Mike Lashley, T 1961 Eric Erdossy, G 1962 John Sapinsky, T Bob Soleau, G 1963 Bob Soleau, G 1964

Scot Swan, DB George Pearce, DE Craig Smith, OG Jeff Craig, OT

1965

George Pearce, OE Tom Feola, C Tony Buccino, DT Jim LoFrese, DHB Bob Gadkowski, LB

1966

Chuck Albertson, E Bob Gadkowski, DE Adin Brown, LB Joe Nielson, DT

1967

Bob Gadkowski, DE Adin Brown, LB Chip Young, DB Brad Cashman, T Jim Cavanaugh, E

1968

Bob Herb, C Ralph Beatty, T Terry Morton, HB Jim Barton, S Burt Waite, LB

1949 Vito Ragazzo, E George Hughes, G Buddy Lex, B

1969 Bob Herb, C Tom Duffey, S

1951

1970

Phil Mosser, FB Paul Scolaro, S Wally Ake, LB Jackson Neall, G Bob Herb, C

1971

Phil Mosser, FB Paul Scolaro, S David Knight, E Jackson Neall, G

Ed Mioduszewski, B Sam Lupo, G Ted Filer, C Jerry Sazio, LB

1952 Linwood Cox, G Ed Mioduszewski, B 1953 George Parazzo, T Bill Bowman, B

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1972

Joe Montgomery, C Terry Regan, K Ron Chappell, DE Stan Victor, OG Paul Scolaro, S David Knight, E

1951 Vito Ragazzo, E 1953 Ed Mioduszewski, B

1986 William “Pappy” Gooch

College-NFL All-Star Game 1943 Garrard Ramsey, G Harvey Johnson, HB

1989 Lou Creekmur

1946 Garrard Ramsey, G

1990 Steve Christie, PK

1990 S.B. Eason

1948 Knox Ramsey, G

1993 Vito Ragazzo Paul Webb

1949 Tommy Thompson, C

Rotary Gridiron Classic 2002 Dwight Beard, OL

1986 Buddy Lex

1974 Bill Deery, QB Dick Pawlewicz, TE Mike Stewart, SS Tom Rozantz, QB Ken Cloud, TE Jim Kruis, TB Bruno Schmalhofer, DE

Sports Illustrated Silver Anniversary All-America Team 1931 John W. Tuthill, E 1936 Dan Edmondson, HB

1950 Lou Creekmur, T

2007 Charlie Sumner

1950 George Hughes, G

2009 Harry “Red” Caughron

North-South Shrine Game 1951 Ed Weber, HB Vito Ragazzo, E

2010 Larry Peccatiello NFL Hall of Fame 1996 Lou Creekmur

1962 Bob Soleau, G

“Teddy” Award-NCAA’s Highest Honor 1987 Walter J. Zable ’37 The Theodore Roosevelt Award is presented annually to a distinguished citizen of national reputation and outstanding accomplishment who has earned a varsity award.

1963 Bob Soleau, G

W&M Players in Bowl Games

1970 Bob Herb, C

Las Vegas All-American Classic 2004 Lang Campbell, QB

1937 Walter Zable, E 1940 Col. Seymour Schwiller, G Jacobs Blocking Trophy 1950 Lou Creekmur, T

1971 Jackson Neall, G

2005 Stephen Cason, CB

All-South - First Team 1980 Doug Martini, OG

Magnolia Grid-Iron Classic 2005 Stephen Cason, CB

1981 Steve Dowdy, LB Doug Martini, OG Jerome Watters, DB

Texas vs. The Nation All-Star Game 2009 Sean Lissemore, DT Adrian Tracy, DE

Academic Awards Academic All-America 1974 John Gerdelman, FB -1st 1975 Ken Smith, DB - 1st

1964 Bob Soleau, G

1976 Ken Smith, DB - 1st

1965 George Pearce, E

1977 Ken Smith, DB - 1st

1972 David Knight, FL

1978 Rob Muscalus, TE - 1st

1973 Joe Montgomery, C

1979 Clarence Gains, TB - 2nd

1991 Chris Hakel, QB

1981 Steve Dowdy, LB - 2nd

East-West Shrine Game 2007 Drew Atchison, TE

1983 Mark Kelso, FS - 1st 1984 Mark Kelso, FS - 1st 1986 Ken Lambiotte, QB - 2nd

Blue-Gray All-Star Football Classic 1942 Harvey Johnson, B Garrard Ramsey, G

1982 Steve Zeuli, DT Virginia Sports Hall of Fame 1974 Gerrard S. Ramsey 1975 Tommy Thompson

1964 T.W. Alley, T

1953 Bill Bowman, FB

All-American Bowl 1974 Rick Pawlewicz 1990 Reggie White, OG

HONORS & AWARDS

1999 Scot Osborne, TE

1984 Jack Cloud Meb Davis

1973 Joe Montgomery, C Russell Brown, P Dick Pawlewicz, TE

1976

1991 Chris Hakel, QB

Senior Bowl 1950 Jack Cloud, FB Lou Creekmur, T

1986 Archie Harris, T

1983 H. Lester Hooker, Jr. George S. Hughes

1945 Doc Holloway, G 1946 Mel Wright, T

1978 Eric Tipton Dr. John B. Todd

1949

George Hughes, G Jack Cloud, FB Buddy Lex, B Lou Creekmur, T

1979 Otis W. Douglas

1952 Ed Mioduszewski, B

1981 Marvin Bass

1974 Dick Pawlewicz, TE

1982 Glenn Knox

1978 Tom Rozantz, QB

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1988 Chris Gessner, CB - 1st 1990 Jeff Nielsen, LB - 1st Greg Kalinyak, C - 2nd

HONORS & AWARDS

1991 Jeff Nielsen, LB - 2nd 1992 Craig Staub, DT - 2nd 1993 Craig Staub, DT - 1st 2001 Bryce Lee, WR - 2nd A-10 Academic Team 1997 Brian Shallcross, PK Pete Coyne, DT Sean McDermott, S Sean Reid, OT Justin Solomon, DE 1998

Mike Leach, P/TE Matt Mazefsky, OT Sean Reid, OT Greg Whirley, OL Mike Beverly, CB Justin Solomon, DE

1999 Mike Leach, P/TE Matt Mazefsky, OT Justin Solomon, DE 2000

Martin Magerko, DB Matt Mazefsky, OT Corey Paxton, HB Daron Pope, QB/P Matt Sanger, HB

2001

Eric Bengaard, DT Bryce Lee, WR Martin Magerko, LB Marc Matthie, LB Mike Nagelin, PK Corey Paxton, TE

2002 Corey Paxton, TE Lang Campbell, QB Corey Patterson, DB 2003 Lang Campbell, QB Corey Patterson, DB 2004

Lang Campbell, QB Corey Davis, WR Ryan Nickell, LB Corey Patterson, DB Craig Patterson, DB Jon Shaw, SS Matt Trinkle, TE

2005

Brian Neely, DT Ryan Nickell, LB Jon Shaw, SS Matt Trinkle, TE

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2006

Sheldon Alexander, DB Drew Atchison, TE Corey Davis, WR Luke Hiteshew, OL Eric O’Brien, OL Zach Stout, DB Matt Trinkle, TE

1990 Reggie White (NFF) 1993 Craig Staub (NFF) NFF = National Football Foundation Disney Spirit Award 2000 Hameen Ali III

Atlantic 10 Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2004 Lang Campbell, QB CAA Academic Team 2007 Graham Falbo, FB Luke Hiteshew, OL Tim Kelley, OL Eric O’Brien, OL Brian Pate, PK Tom Schonder, RB 2008

Sean McDermott (‘98) earned A-10 Academic Team honors in 1997. McDermott is currently the Carolina Panthers’ defensive coordinator.

Luke Hiteshew, OL Eric O’Brien, OL Brian Pate, PK Thomas Schonder, RB

2009 Sheldon Alexander, LB Chase Hill, WR Andy Topping, TE/LS 2010 Brent Caprio, QB Matt Crisafi, OL Andrew Topping, LS/LB All-Southern Scholastic Team 1955 Denys Grant, G 1956 Denys Grant, G Charlie Sidwell, HB 1957 Denys Grant, G Bill Rush, C

In addition to winning the Payton Award, Lang Campbell (‘05) earned A-10 All-Academic Team honors three times.

1959 Ben Johnson, E Laurent Kardatzke, FB 1960 Bob Stoy, QB Loye Bechtold, T Joe Poist, E 1962 Dennis O’Toole, E 1963 Bill Corley, E Postgraduate Scholarship Winners 1978 Ken Smith (NCAA) 1980 Clarence E. Gaines (NCAA) 1985 Mark Kelso (NCAA) 1986 Ken Lambiotte (NFF)

Hameen Ali III (‘01) was awarded the prestigious Disney Spirit Award following his senior season in 2000.

1988 Chris Gessner (NFF)

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RECORDS

Robert Green (‘92) established a single-season school record with 19 touchdowns as a senior in 1991. Scoring Most Points Game: 36, Bill Palese vs. Bridgewater, 1931 Season: 114, Greg Kuehn, 2004 114, Robert Green, 1990 Career: 343, Greg Kuehn (PK), 2002-05 279, Steve Christie (PK), 1985-89 272, Brian Shallcross (PK), 1994-97 270, Jack Cloud (RB), 1946-49 Most Touchdowns Game: 6, Bill Palese vs. Bridgewater, 1931 Season: 19, Robert Green, 1991 Career: 45, Jack Cloud, 1946-49 Most PATs Game: 9, Brian Pate at VMI, 2007 Season: 57, Greg Kuehn, 2004 Career: 166, Greg Kuehn, 2002-05 128, Brian Shallcross, 1994-97 Consecutive Made: 99, Greg Kuehn, 2002-04 Most Field Goals Game: 4, Brian Pate at Virginia, 2009 4, Brett Sterba vs. Northeastern, 2000 4, Brian Shallcross vs. Villanova, 1995 4, Chris Dawson vs. Lehigh, 1992 Season: 23, Brian Pate, 2009 Career: 59, Greg Kuehn, 2002-05 57, Steve Christie, 1986-89 Total Offense Most Yards Game: 462, Jake Phillips vs. Delaware, 2007 Season: 4305, Lang Campbell, 2004 Career: 10948, Dave Corley, 1999 - 2002

David Corley, Jr., (‘03) threw a school-record 73 touchdown passes during his illustrious career with the Tribe.

Rushing Rushing Attempts Game: 37, Wes Meeteer vs. Davidson, 1969 37, Troy Keen, vs. Northeastern, 1994 37, Derek Fitzgerald vs. Penn, 1995 Season: 277, Jonathan Grimes, 2009 Career: 720, Derek Fitzgerald, 1995-98 Rushing Yards Game: 257, Phil Mosser vs. Ohio Wesleyan, 1970 Season: 1408, Robert Green, 1990 Career: 3744, Derek Fitzgerald, 1995-98 Passing Attempts Game: 55, R.J. Archer at Villanova, 2009 Season: 455, Lang Campbell, 2004 Career: 1246, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 Completions Game: 35, R.J. Archer at Villanova, 2009 35, Dave Murphy vs. Rutgers, 1983 Season: 298, Lang Campbell, 2004 Career: 737, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 Passing Yards Game: 433, Jake Phillips vs. Delaware, 2007 Season: 3988, Lang Campbell, 2004 Career: 9805, Dave Corley, 1999-2002 Completion Percentage Season: 69.4, Shawn Knight, 1993 Career: 65.5, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 Pass Efficiency Season: *204.6, Shawn Knight, 1993 Career: *170.77, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 * NCAA FCS records

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Touchdown Passes Game: 6, Shawn Knight vs. Maine, 1993 Season: 30, Lang Campbell, 2004 Career: 73, Dave Corley, 1999-2002 Receiving Receptions Game: 13, Glen Bodnar vs. Colgate, 1984 13, Rich Musinski vs. URI, 2003 Season: 79, Dominique Thompson, 2004 Career: 223, Rich Musinski, 2000-2003 Receiving Yards Game: 244, D. Thompson, vs. UD, 2004 Season: 1585, Dominique Thompson, 2004 Career: 4168, Rich Musinski, 2000-2003 Yards per Catch (500-yd. min.) Season: 25.5, Mike Tomlin, 1992 Career: 20.1, Mike Tomlin, 1991-1994 TD Receptions Game: 4, Dom. Thompson, vs. Delaware, 2004 4, Corey Ludwig vs. Maine, 1993 4, Vito Ragazzo vs. WFU, 1949 Season: 15, Vito Ragazzo, 1947 Career: 31, Rich Musinski, 2000-03 Defense Sacks Game: 6.0, Walt Brodie vs. VMI, 1955 3.5, Luke Cullinane vs. VU, 1996 Season: 12, Adrian Tracy, 2009 12, Luke Cullinane, 1996 Career: 31, Adrian Tracy, 2006-09 Interceptions Game: 4, Jack Bruce vs. Richmond, 1947 Season: 10, Jack Bruce, 1947 10, Darren Sharper, 1996 Career: 24, Darren Sharper, 1993-96

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RECORDS Cameron Dohse’s 98-yard touchdown catch in the 2009 NCAA Semifinals at Villanova set an NCAA Playoff and school record. • Individual Long Plays • Rush from Scrimmage 95 yds John Truehart vs. E&H, 1934 Pass Completion 98 yds R.J. Archer to Cameron Dohse at Villanova, 2004 (NCAA Semifinals) Punt 77 yds Russell Brown, 1972 Joe Agee, 1975 Jack Freeman, 1942 Punt Return 101 yds Dale Worrall vs. Bridgewater, 1932 Kickoff Return 100 yds Dick Pawlewicz vs. UVa, 1974 Run with Fumble 91 yds Meb Davis vs. Columbia, 1926 Run with Interception 93 yds Marvin Graham vs. Va Tech, 1946 Field Goal 53 yds Steve Christie vs. ETSU, 1987 Steve Christie vs. UVa, 1988 Brett Sterba vs. Delaware, 2000 • Team Records • Most Points Scored Game: 95, vs. Bridgewater, 1931 Season: 486, 2004 Most Points Allowed Game: 93, by Delaware, 1915 Season: 427, 2007 78

Steve Christie (‘90) shares the school record for the longest made field goal made (53 yards) with Brett Sterba (‘01).

Most Yards Gained Game: 681, vs. Richmond, 1991 Season: 6438, 1990 Most Plays Game: 100 vs. Virginia Tech, 1971 Season: 1004, 1990 Rushing Yards Game: 453 vs. Ohio Wesleyan, 1970 Season: 3024, 1990 Pass Attempts Game: 55 at Villanova, 2009 and vs. Virginia Tech, 1982 Season: 473, 2004 Pass Completions Game: 35 at Villanova, 2009 and vs. Rutgers, 1983 Season: 305, 2004 Passing Yards Game: 498 vs. VMI, 1997 Season: 4,072, 2004 First Downs Game: 36 vs. VMI, 1991; vs. VMI, 1993 Season: 324, 1990 Most Interceptions Game: 7 vs. George Washington, 1942 Season: 25, 1972 Team Passing Yards 1. 498 yds. vs. VMI, 1997 2. 433 yds. vs. Delaware, 2007 3. 426 yds. vs. Northeastern, 2000 4. 421 yds at Towson, 2007 5. 414 yds. vs. Miami (Ohio), 1982

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Team Rushing Yards 1. 453 yds. vs. Ohio Wesleyan, 1970 2. 433 yds. vs. Villanova, 1993 3. 419 yds. vs. Delaware, 1973 4. 417 yds. vs. Richmond, 1974 5. 413 yds. vs. VMI, 1993 Best Defense Vs. The Run 1. -46 yds. at Rhode Island, 2009 2. -39 yds. vs. Colgate, 1988 -39 yds. vs. Villanova, 1996 4. –11 yds. vs. Quantico, 1967 5. -6 yds. vs. Weber State, 2009 -6 yds vs. Liberty, 2005 -6 yds. vs. Villanova, 1993 8. -2 yds. vs. Delaware, 2009 Best Defense Vs. The Pass 1. 0 yds. vs. James Madison, 2010 2. 9 yds. vs. Massachusetts, 1995 9 yds. vs. East Carolina, 1980 9 yds. vs. Appalachian St., 1976 5. 10 yds. vs. Furman, 1999 6. 11 yds. vs. VMI, 1993 Consecutive ... Victories: 9, 1985-86 Losses: 9, 1956-57 Shutouts: 5, 1923; 1930-31; 1941 Shutouts in one season: 7, 1928 Southern Conference wins: 7, 1970-71 Yankee Conference wins: 9, 1993-94 A-10 wins: 7, 2003-2004 CAA wins: 5, 2008; 2009 Games scored: 151, 1997Games without a victory: 12, 1955-57

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PASSING YARDS 1. 3988, Lang Campbell, 2004 2. 3414, Chris Hakel, 1990 3. 3166, Mike Cook, 1996 4. 3028, Mike Cook, 1998 5. 2974, Chris Hakel, 1991 6. 2962, Stan Yagiello, 1985 7. 2808, Dave Corley, Jr., 2001 8. 2801, Jake Phillips, 2007 2801, Stan Yagiello, 1984 10. 2778, R.J. Archer, 2009 PASSES ATTEMPTED 1. 455, Lang Campbell, 2004 2. 433, R.J. Archer, 2009 3. 428, Stan Yagiello, 1984 4. 414, Chris Hakel, 1990 5. 413, Stan Yagiello, 1985 6. 385, Ken Lambiotte, 1986 7. 370, Mike Cook, 1998 8. 362, Mike Cook, 1996 9. 357, Chris Hakel, 1991 10. 336, Jake Phillips, 2007 PASSES COMPLETED 1. 298, Lang Campbell, 2004 2. 261, R.J. Archer, 2009 3. 261, Stan Yagiello, 1984 4. 246, Mike Cook, 1998 5. 245, Chris Hakel, 1990 6. 240, Stan Yagiello, 1985 7. 233, Ken Lambiotte, 1986 8. 232, Chris Hakel, 1991 9. 210, Mike Cook, 1996 10. 200, Dave Corley, Jr., 2002

Dominique Thompson (‘05) set single-season school records for receptions (79) and receiving yards (1,585) in 2004.

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. 30, Lang Campbell, 2004 2. 26, Mike Cook, 1998 26, Mike Cook, 1996 4. 23, Kenny Lambiotte, 1986 23, Stan Yagiello, 1985 6. 22, Shawn Knight, 1993 22, Chris Hakel, 1990 22, Lang Campbell, 2003 9. 21, Jake Phillips, 2008 21, Dave Corley, Jr., 2002 21, Dave Corley, Jr., 2001 COMPLETION PERCENTAGE 1. .694, Shawn Knight, 1993 2. .665, Mike Cook, 1998 3. .655, Lang Campbell, 2004 4. .650, Chris Hakel, 1991 5. .644, Shawn Knight, 1994 6. .641, Jake Phillips, 2005 7. .639, Lang Campbell, 2003 8. .636, Shawn Knight, 1993 .636, Dave Murphy, 1983 10. .620, Michael Paulus, 2010 TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. 15, Vito Ragazzo, 1949 2. 13, Dominique Thompson, 2004 3. 12, Rich Musinski, 2001 12, Josh Whipple, 1996 5. 10, Ned Carr, 1966 6. 9, Rich Musinski, 2002 9, Chris Rosier, 1998 9, Dave Conklin, 1996 9, Corey Ludwig, 1993 10. 8, D.J. McAulay, 2008 8, Joe Nicholas, 2006 8, Mark Compher, 1990 8, Harry Mehre, 1987 8, Harry Mehre, 1986

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RECEIVING YARDS 1. 1585, Dominique Thompson, 2004 2. 1393, Rich Musinski, 2001 3. 1180, Mark Compher, 1990 4. 1140, Rich Musinski, 2002 5. 1110, Ron Gillam, 1985 6. 1096, Josh Whipple, 1996 7. 950, Corey Ludwig, 1993 8. 930, Mike Sutton, 1983 9. 925, David Conklin, 1998 10. 911, Kurt Wrigley, 1982 RECEPTIONS 1. 79, Dominique Thompson, 2004 2. 73, Michael Clemons, 1986 3. 70, Michael Clemons, 1985 4. 69, Ron Gillam, 1985 69, Glen Bodnar, 1984 6. 67, Chuck Albertson, 1966 7. 66, Joe Nicholas, 2004 66, Mike Sutton, 1983 9. 65, Josh Whipple, 1996 10. 64, Mark Compher, 1990 RUSHING YARDS 1. 1408, Robert Green, 1990 2. 1316, Alvin Porch, 1997 3. 1294, Jonathan Grimes, 2009 4. 1286, Phil Mosser, 1970 5. 1223, Derek Fitzgerald, 1995 6. 1210, Alvin Porch, 1996 7. 1175, Troy Keen, 1994 8. 1164, Jim Kruis, 1976 9. 1118, Michael Clemons, 1986 10. 1101, Derek Fitzgerald, 1993

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SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS

Alvin Porch (‘98) rushed for 1,316 yards as a senior in 1997, which is the second best single-season total in school history.


SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS

RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. 19, Robert Green, 1990 2. 15, Jon Smith, 2004 3. 14, Troy Keen, 1993 4. 13, Jon Smith, 2001 13, Robert Green, 1991 6. 12, Troy Keen, 1994 7. 11, Derek Fitzgerald, 1992 11, Chris Hakel, 1990 9. 10, Derek Fitzgerald, 1993 10, Troy Keen, 1995 10, Michael Clemons, 1986 10, John Gerdelman, 1974 10, Phil Mosser, 1971 ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 1. 2043, Jonathan Grimes, 2009 2. 1953, Michael Clemons, 1986 3. 1880, Michael Clemons, 1985 4. 1782, Jonathan Grimes, 2008 5. 1763, Robert Green, 1999 6. 1620, Jonathan Grimes, 2010 7. 1595, Dave Scanlon, 1983 8. 1520, Alvin Porch, 1997 9. 1453, Alvin Porch, 1996 10. 1404, Derek Fitzgerald, 1995 TOTAL OFFENSE 1. 4305, Lang Campbell, 2004 2. 3466, Chris Hakel, 1990 3. 3159, Mike Cook, 1996 4. 3143, David Corley, Jr., 2001 5. 3057, Mike Cook, 1998 6. 3033, R.J. Archer, 2009 7. 3013, Stan Yagiello, 1985 8. 2993, Jake Phillips, 2007 9. 2950, Chris Hakel, 1991 10. 2939, David Corley, Jr., 2000 SCORING 1. 114, Greg Kuehn, 2004 114, Robert Green, 1990 3. 108, Brian Pate, 2009 4. 102, Jack Cloud, 1947 5. 99, Red Maxey, 1930 6. 96, Michael Clemons, 1986 7. 90, Steve Christie, 1989 90, Vito Ragazzo, 1949 9. 89, Dan Mueller, 1990 10. 86, Brett Sterba, 1999 FIELD GOALS 1. 23, Brian Pate, 2009 2. 21, Steve Christie, 1989 3. 19, Greg Kuehn, 2004 4. 18, Brett Sterba, 1999 5. 17, Brett Sterba, 2000 6. 15, Brian Shallcross, 1997 15, Steve Christie, 1998 8. 14, Brian Shallcross, 1995 14, Greg Kuehn, 2002 14, Dan Mueller, 1990

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PUNTING AVERAGE 1. 44.4, Mike Leach, 1998 2. 43.0, David Miller, 2010 3. 42.8, Russell Brown, 1971 42.8, Buddy Lex, 1942 5. 42.4, Steve Christie, 1988

KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE 1. 28.4, Dick Pawlewicz, 1974 2. 25.5, Michael Clemons, 1985 3. 24.9, Jonathan Grimes, 2010 4. 24.6, James Blocker-Bodley, 1990 5. 24.5, Jonathan Grimes, 2008

TACKLES 1. 244, Dave Pocta, 1986 2. 190, Dave Pocta, 1985 3. 146, Jim McHeffey, 1984 4. 144, Owen Costello, 1981 5. 143, Kerry Gray, 1988 143, Jeff Hosmer, 1976 7. 141, Mark Kelso, 1983 8. 139, Jim Ryan, 1976 9. 138, Brad Uhl, 1987 138, Karl Wernecke, 1984

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 1. 743, Komlan Lonergan, 1999 2. 617, Phil Mosser, 1971 3. 587, Dave Scanlon, 1982 4. 584, Dick Pawlewicz, 1973 5. 572, Eddie Davis, 1987

PUNT RETURN AVERAGE (Minimum 10 Returns) 1. 21.3, Jack Yohe, 1953 2. 19.2, Tommy Korczowki, 1948 3. 18.7, Chip Young, 1966 4. 17.1, Rich Musinski, 2001 5. 16.4, Derek Cox, 2008 6. 13.5, Buddy Lex, 1947 7. 13.2, Komlan Lonergan, 1998 8. 13.0, Charlie Sidwell, 1955 9. 12.2, Palmer Scarritt, 1992 10. 11.8, Jack Bruce, 1947

INTERCEPTIONS 1. 10, Darren Sharper, 1996 10, Jack Bruce, 1947 3. 8, B.W. Webb, 2009 8, Steve McNamee, 1980 8, Dick Kern, 1963 5. 7, Ron Harrison, 1997 7, Darren Sharper, 1995 7, Darren Sharper, 1994 7, Mark Kelso, 1983 7, Paul Scolaro, 1972 10. 6, Six players, last - Kelso, 1981

PUNT RETURN YARDS 1. 500, Darren Sharper, 1996 2. 415, Palmer Scarritt, 1992 3. 333, Darren Sharper, 1995 4. 330, Michael Clemons, 1986 5. 317, Jack Bruce, 1947

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RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS 1. 42, Troy Keen, 1992-95 2. 40, Robert Green, 1988-90 3. 39, John Smith, 2001-04 4. 32, Derek Fitzgerald, 1992-95 5. 24, Jonathan Grimes, 20086. 22, Elijah Brooks, 2004-06 7. 20, Michael Clemons, 1983-86 8. 19, David Corley, Jr., 1999-02 19, Bill Deery, 1972-74 19, Phil Mosser, 1970-71 ALL-PURPOSE YARDS 1. 5445, Jonathan Grimes, 20082. 4613, Robert Green, 1988-90 3. 4535, Derek Fitzgerald, 1992-95 4. 4448, Michael Clemons, 1983-86 5. 4124, Troy Keen, 1992-95 6. 3215, Alvin Porch, 1994-97 7. 2985, Tyrone Shelton, 1987-80 PASSING YARDS 1. 9805, David Corley, Jr., 1999-02 2. 8249, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 3. 7371, Jake Phillips, 2005-08 4. 7295, Mike Cook, 1995-98 5. 7025, Chris Hakel, 1988-91 6. 6494, Lang Campbell, 2001-04 7. 5705, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 8. 4536, Chris Garrity, 1979-81 9. 4019, Tom Rozantz, 1975-78 10. 3361, Dan Darragh, 1965-67 TOTAL OFFENSE 1. 10948, David Corley, Jr., 1999-02 2. 8168, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 3. 7983, Jake Phillips, 2005-08 4. 7245, Mike Cook, 1995-98 5. 7149, Lang Campbell, 2001-04 6. 7058, Chris Hakel, 1988-91 7. 6408, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 8. 5385, Tom Rozantz, 1975-78 9. 4589, Bill Deery, 1972-74 10. 4320, Chris Garrity, 1979-81 PASS ATTEMPTS 1. 1246, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 2. 1168, David Corley, Jr., 1999-02 3. 972, Jake Phillips, 2005-08 4. 913, Chris Garrity, 1979-81 5. 872, Mike Cook, 1995-98

6. 869, Chris Hakel, 1988-91 7. 763, Lang Campbell, 2001-04 8. 696, Tom Rozantz, 1975-78 9. 580, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 10. 535, Dan Darragh, 1965-67 PASS COMPLETIONS 1. 737, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 2. 676, David Corley, Jr., 1999-02 3. 568, Jake Phillips, 2005-08 4. 540, Mike Cook, 1995-98 5. 523, Chris Hakel, 1988-91 6. 495, Lang Campbell, 2001-04 7. 407, Chris Garrity, 1979-81 8. 380, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 9. 315, Tom Rozantz, 1975-78 10. 289, R.J. Archer, 2006-09

8. 145, Glenn Bodnar, 1982-84 9. 141, Kurt Wrigley, 1980-82 10. 140, Terry Hammons, 1991, 1993-95 140, Corey Ludwig, 1990-93 RECEIVING YARDS 1. 4168, Rich Musinski, 2000- 03 2. 3269, Dave Conklin, 1996-99 3. 2884, Chris Rosier, 1997-00 4. 2748, Harry Mehre, 1985-88 5. 2352, Jeff Sanders, 1981-84 6. 2349, Corey Ludwig, 1990-93 7. 2278, Joe Nicholas, 2004-07 8. 2134, Terry Hammons, 1991, 1993-95 9. 2123, Dominique Thompson, 2001-04 10. 2054, Mike Tomlin, 1991-94

COMPLETION PERCENTAGE 1. 65.5, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 2. 64.9, Lang Campbell, 2001-04 3. 61.9, Mike Cook, 1995-98 4. 60.5, Kenny Lambiotte, 1985-86 5. 60.2, Chris Hakel, 1988-91 6. 59.9, Dave Murphy, 1980-83 7. 59.5, R.J. Archer, 2006-09 8. 59.1, Stan Yagiello, 1981-85 9. 58.4, Jake Phillips, 2005-08 10. 57.9, David Corley, Jr., 1999-02 57.9, John Brosnahan, 1987-88

INTERCEPTIONS* 1. 24, Darren Sharper, 1993-96 2. 20, Mark Kelso, 1982-84 3. 17, Ron Harrison, 1994-97 4. 15, Paul Scolaro, 1970-72 15, Jack Bruce, 1946-48 6. 13, Steve McNamee, 1978-80 7. 12, Greg Wharton, 1985-87 8. 11, Billy Parker, 1999-03 11, Palmer Scarritt, 1989-92 11, Mike Stewart, 1972-74 11, Chip Young, 1965-67 *Interception records incomplete prior to 1957

TOUCHDOWN PASSES 1. 73, David Corley, Jr., 1999-02 2. 62, Mike Cook, 1995-98 3. 57, Jake Phillips, 2005-08 4. 54, Lang Campbell, 2001-04 5. 51, Stan Yagiello, 1982-85 6. 46, Shawn Knight, 1991-94 7. 43, Chris Hakel, 1988-91 36, Buddy Lex, 1946-49 9. 30, Dan Darragh, 1965-67 10. 27, Chris Garrity, 1979-81

FIELD GOALS 1. 59, Greg Kuehn, 2002-05 2. 57, Steve Christie, 1986-89 3. 55, Brian Pate, 2006-2009 4. 48, Brian Shallcross, 1994-97 5. 46, Brett Sterba, 1998-00 6. 30, Brian Morris, 1982-85 7. 26, Steve Libassi, 1976-79 8. 22, Chris Dawson, 1991-93 9. 17, Terry Regan, 1972-74 10. 14, Dan Mueller, 1988-91

TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 1. 31, Rich Musinski, 2000-03 2. 27, Dave Conklin, 1996-99 3. 26, Harry Mehre, 1985-88 4. 20, Mike Tomlin, 1991-94 20, Joe Nicholas, 2004-07 6. 19, Chase Hill, 2006-10 19, Chris Rosier, 1997-00 8. 18, Vito Ragazzo, 1948-50 9. 17, Josh Whipple, 1994-96 10. 16, Dominique Thompson, 2001-04

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE 1. .807, Brett Sterba, 1998-00 2. .778, Dan Mueller, 1988-91 3. .687, Steve Christie, 1986-89 4. .672, Brian Pate, 2006-09 5. .667, Brian Morris, 1982-85

RECEPTIONS 1. 223, Rich Musinski, 2000-03 2. 190, Dave Conklin, 1996-99 3. 175, Jeff Sanders, 1981-84 4. 174, Chris Rosier, 1997-00 5. 172, Michael Clemons, 1983-86 6. 166, Joe Nicholas, 2004-07 7. 161, Harry Mehre, 1985-88

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CAREER RECORDS

RUSHING YARDS 1. 3744, Derek Fitzgerald, 1992-95 2. 3543, Robert Green 1988-90 3. 3110, Jonathan Grimes, 20084. 2949, Troy Keen, 1992-95 5. 2750, Alvin Porch, 1994-97 6. 2546, Jon Smith, 2001-04 7. 2536, Elijah Brooks, 2004-06 8. 2534, Tyrone Shelton, 1987-90 9. 2404, Jim Kruis, 1975-77 10. 2401, Bill Deery, 1972-74

KICKOFF RETURN YARDS 1. 1772, Komlan Lonergan, 1998-01 2. 1600, James Blocker-Bodley, 1990-93 3. 1472, Jonathan Grimes, 20084. 1419, Dave Scanlon, 1980-83 5. 1292, Ron Harrison, 1994-97 PUNT RETURN YARDS 1. 1027, Darren Sharper, 1993-96 2. 797, Palmer Scarritt, 1989-92 3. 521, Chip Young, 1965-67 4. 508, Jack Bruce, 1947-48 5. 495, Charlie Sidwell, 1955-57

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ALL-TIME TOP PERFORMANCES

Top Passing Performances 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 20.

433, Jake Phillips vs. Delaware, 8/30/07 426, David Corley, Jr. vs. Northeastern, 10/28/00 409, Mike Potts at Towson, 11/4/06 406, Stan Yagiello vs. JMU, 9/28/85 401, David Murphy at Marshall, 11/5/83 399, Chris Garrity at ECU, 11/14/81 385, Greg DeGennaro at Bucknell, 9/20/86 383, Kenny Lambiotte vs. Colgate, 9/6/86 381, Mike Cook at N. Iowa, 12/7/96* 378, Lang Campbell vs. Northeastern, 10/2/04 373, Mike Cook vs. UNH, 10/24/98 368, Lang Campbell at Liberty, 10/9/04 360, Dave Murphy vs. Rutgers, 10/22/83 355, Lang Campbell at Delaware, 10/23/04 354, R.J. Archer at Villanova, 10/3/09 352, Mike Cook at Ga. Southern, 9/6/97 346, David Corley, Jr. vs. VMI, 9/14/02 345, Chris Hakel vs. Delaware, 9/14/91 345, Stan Yagiello vs. Norfolk St., 9/14/85 342, Jake Phillips at Richmond, 11/16/07

Top Rushing Performances 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 14. 15. 17. 18. 19.

257, Phil Mosser at Ohio Wes., 10/3/70 219, Derek Fitzgerald vs. Penn., 10/14/95 201, Alvin Porch at UConn., 10/18/97 198, Jon Smith at UNH, 10/19/02 189, Derek Fitzgerald at NU, 9/16/95 189, Derek Fitzgerald vs. Villanova, 10/23/93 186, Alvin Porch vs. Boston, 9/27/97 183, Alvin Porch vs. Delaware, 11/2/96 181, Robert Green at Navy, 9/21/91 180, Terrence Riggins vs. VMI, 9/13/08 180, Robert Green at Citadel, 9/8/90 177, Tyrone Shelton vs. ETSU, 11/4/89 177, Hameen Ali vs. Delaware, 10/10/98 173, Alvin Porch vs. Richmond, 11/15/97 172, Todd Bushnell at Ohio Wes., 10/3/70 172, Bill Bowman vs. WFU, 9/19/53 171, Jim Kruis vs. Navy, 10/16/76 170, Troy Keen at Furman, 9/17/94 165, Elijah Brooks at Towson, 11/4/06 165, Robert Green vs. VMI, 10/13/90

16. 17. 19. 20.

164, Rich Musinski vs. UNH, 9/29/01 162, D.J. McAulay vs. Delaware, 8/30/07 162, Dave Conklin vs. UConn., 11/14/98 161, Rich Musinski at UMass, 9/1/01 158, Harry Mehre vs. Lehigh, 9/17/88

Top All-Purpose Performances 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

325, Komlan Lonergan vs. Villanova, 11/24/01 324, Jonathan Grimes vs. Villanova, 10/4/08 296, Dominque Thompson at Delaware, 10/23/04 283, Jonathan Grimes at New Hampshire, 10/11/08 274, Komlan Lonergan vs Furman, 9/18/99 257, Phil Mosser at Ohio Wes., 10/3/70 248, Rich Musinski at Rhode Island, 11/25/03 244, Dominique Thompson at Liberty, 10/9/04 237, Dominique Thompson vs. Hampton, 11/27/04* 240, David Conklin at VMI, 9/13/97 231, Rich Musinski vs. Delaware, 9/28/02 230, Jonathan Grimes at Old Dominion, 9/18/11 226, Mike Sutton at Marshall, 11/5/83 226, Jonathan Grimes vs. Weber State, 11/28/09* 225, Jonathan Grimes vs. Northeastern, 11/8/08 219, Komlan Lonergan at VMI, 10/23/99

*NCAA Playoff Game

Most Receptions 1. 3. 6.

13, Rich Musinski, URI, 2003 13, Glenn Bodnar, Colgate, 1984 12, Chuck Albertson, Virginia Tech, 1966 12, George Pearce, Navy, 1965 12, Jeff Sanders, Miami, 1982 11, Joe Nicholas, Delaware, Dec. 4, 2004 11, Marcus Howard, Villanova, 2000 11, Harry Mehre, Lehigh, 1988 11, Dave Szydlik, Bucknell, 1986 11, Mike Sutton, Marshall, 1983 11, Kurt Wrigley, Richmond, 1981 11, Chuck Albertson, Villanova, 1966

Most 200-Yard Passing Games 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 10.

31 24 22 20 20 18 13 7 7 6 6

David Corley, Jr. Chris Hakel Mike Cook Jake Phillips Stan Yagiello Lang Campbell Shawn Knight Kenny Lambiotte David Murphy R.J. Archer Craig Argo

Most 100-Yard Rushing Games 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 10.

19 15 14 11 10 10 9 7 7 5 5 5

Derek Fitzgerald Robert Green Alvin Porch Jim Kruis Troy Keen Jonathan Grimes Tyrone Shelton Michael Clemons Todd Bushnell Elijah Brooks Jon Smith Hameen Ali, III

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244, Dominique Thompson at Delaware, 10/23/04 240, David Conklin at VMI, 9/13/97 226, Mike Sutton at Marshall, 11/5/83 221, Dominique Thompson at LU, 10/9/04 211, Kurt Wrigley vs. Richmond, 11/21/81 201, Elliott Mack at Richmond, 11/16/07 198, Ron Gilliam vs. JMU, 9/28/85 195, Chris Rosier at UConn., 10/18/97 194, Rich Musinski vs. Delaware, 9/28/02 191, Rich Musinski at URI, 10/25/03 185, Dominique Thompson vs. UD, 12/4/04* 184, Chris Rosier at URI, 10/7/00 183, Glenn Bodnar at Colgate, 11/10/84 182, Dave Szydlik vs. JMU, 9/28/85 168, Chris Rosier at JMU, 10/28/00

1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 10.

21 12 8 8 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 5

Rich Musinski David Conklin Chris Rosier Mark Compher Joe Nicholas Josh Whipple Ron Gilliam Corey Ludwig Dominique Thompson Elliott Mack Terry Hammons Mike Sutton

Derek Fitzgerald (â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;96) rushed for at least 100 yards 19 times during his career.

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Scoring Scored 30 or more points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Scored 40 or more points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Scored 50 or more points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52 vs. VMI (9/13/08) Scored 60 or more points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63 at VMI (9/8/07) Scored 70 or more points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .73 at Japan All-Stars (1/9/89 - Epson Ivy Bowl) Consecutive 40+ point games. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vs. VMI (52), vs. Norfolk State (42) (2008) Consecutive 50+ point games. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Northeastern (53), vs. Villanova (51) (1993) Was shutout. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Delaware, 0-14 (11/1/97) Total Offense Had more than 400 total yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 616 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Had more than 450 total yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 616 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Had more than 500 total yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 616 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Had more than 550 total yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 616 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Had more than 600 total yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 616 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Had more than 650 total yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 651 vs. VMI (10/2/93) Had less than 100 total yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None post 1981 Rushing Offense Rushed for 150 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 285 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Rushed for 200 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 285 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Rushed for 250 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 285 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Rushed for 300 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 398 vs. VMI (9/13/08) Rushed for 350 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 398 vs. VMI (9/13/08) Rushed for 400 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 433 vs. Villanova (10/23/93) Rushed for 450 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 453 vs. Ohio Wesleyan (10/3/70) Rushed for less than 50 yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 vs. Richmond (11/22/08) Passing Offense Passed for 250 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .331 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Passed for 300 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .331 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Passed for 350 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .354 at Villanova (10/4/09) Passed for 400 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .433 vs. Delaware (8/30/07) Passed for 450 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .498 at VMI (9/13/97) Passed for less than 50 yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 vs. New Hampshire (11/6/10) Rushing/Passing Offense Rushed/Passed for 200+ yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vs. Richmond (11/20/10) (285 rush/331 pass) Score Defense Allowed 0 points. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 vs. VMI (9/11/10) Allowed 3 or fewer points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Allowed 7 or fewer points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Allowed 10 or fewer points. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Allowed 14 or fewer points. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Consecutive Shutouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .at Northeastern (32-0), at New Hampshire (39-0) (1995) Total Defense Allowed fewer than 100 total yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 at Bucknell (9/20/96) Allowed fewer than 125 total yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 at Bucknell (9/20/96) Allowed fewer than 150 total yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 at Rhode Island (10/31/09) Allowed fewer than 175 total yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161 vs. Weber State (11/28/09 - NCAA First Round) Allowed fewer than 200 total yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 187 at Southern Illinois (12/5/09 - NCAA Quarterfinals) Allowed fewer than 250 total yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219 vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Rushing Defense Allowed -40 or fewer yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -46 at Rhode Island (10/31/09) Allowed -30 or fewer yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -46 at Rhode Island (10/31/09) Allowed -20 or fewer yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -46 at Rhode Island (10/31/09) Allowed -10 or fewer yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -46 at Rhode Island (10/31/09) Allowed 0 or fewer yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -6 vs. Weber State (11/28/09 - NCAA First Round) Allowed 10 or fewer yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -6 vs. Weber State (11/28/09 - NCAA First Round) Allowed 20 or fewer yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -6 vs. Weber State (11/28/09 - NCAA First Round) Allowed 10 or fewer yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -6 vs. Weber State (11/28/09 - NCAA First Round) Allowed 20 or fewer yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -6 vs. Weber State (11/28/09 - NCAA First Round) Allowed 30 or fewer yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -6 vs. Weber State (11/28/09 - NCAA First Round) Allowed 40 or fewer yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 vs. New Hampshire (11/6/10) Allowed 50 or fewer yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 vs. New Hampshire (11/6/10) Passing Defense Allowed 25 or fewer yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 at James Madison (11/13/10) Allowed 50 or fewer yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10) Allowed 100 or fewer yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10) Allowed 150 or fewer yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10)

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Individual Rushing Had a player rush for 100 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 by Jonathan Grimes vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10) Had a player rush for 150 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 by Jonathan Grimes vs. James Madison (10/24/09) Had a player rush for 200 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 by Alvin Porch at Connecticut (10/18/97) Had a player rush for 250 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 257 by Phil Mosser vs. Ohio Wesleyan (10/3/70) Had a player rush for 2 or more TDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 by Courtland Marriner vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Had a player rush for 3 or more TDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 by Jonathan Grimes vs. Villanova (10/2/10) Had a player rush for 4 or more TDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 by Elijah Brooks vs. New Hampshire (10/8/05) Had a TD rushing/receiving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jonathan Grimes (1 rush, 1 receiving) vs. Norfolk State (9/20/08) Rushed for consecutive 100+ yard games. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jonathan Grimes vs. Weber State (11/28/09 - NCAA First Round) and at Southern Illinois (12/5/09 - NCAA Quarterfinals) Had two players rush for 100+ yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Troy Keen (158) and Derek Fitzgerald (140) vs. Rhode Island (10/7/95) Had a player with 30+ carries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 by Jonathan Grimes at Southern Illinois (12/5/09 - NCAA Quarterfinals) Individual Passing Had a player pass for 250 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 313 by Mike Callahan vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Had a player pass for 300 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 313 by Mike Callahan vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Had a player pass for 350 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 354 by R.J. Archer at Villanova (10/3/09) Had a player pass for 400 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 433 by Jake Phillips vs. Delaware (10/30/07) Had a player pass for 3 or more TDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 by R.J. Archer at Norfolk State (9/19/09) Had a player pass for 4 or more TDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 by Jake Phillips at New Hampshire (10/11/08) Had a player pass for 5 or more TDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 by Mike Cook at Northern Iowa(12/7/96 - NCAA Quarterfinals) Had a player pass for 6 or more TDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 by Shawn Knight at Maine (11/6/93) Had a player complete 25 or more passes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 by R.J. Archer at Villanova (10/3/09) Had a player complete 30 or more passes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 by R.J. Archer at Villanova (10/3/09) Had a player complete 35 or more passes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 by R.J. Archer at Villanova (10/3/09) Had a player throw 35 or more passes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 by Mike Callahan at James Madison (11/13/10) Had a player throw 40 or more passes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 by Mike Callahan at James Madison (11/13/10) Had a player throw 45 or more passes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 by R.J. Archer at Villanova (10/3/09) Had a player throw 50 or more passes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 by R.J. Archer at Villanova (10/3/09) Had a player throw 55 or more passes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 by R.J. Archer at Villanova (10/3/09) Had a player pass/rush for 100 or more yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David Corely (247 pass, 107 rush) at Villanova (11/11/00) Had a player pass/rush for 2 TDs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lang Campbell (2 pass, 2 rush) at North Carolina (9/4/04) Individual Receiving Had a player with 10 or more receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 by Elliott Mack at Richmond (11/16/07) Had a player with 11 or more receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 by Joe Nicholas vs Delaware (12/4/04 - NCAA Quarterfinals) Had a player with 12 or more receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 by Rich Musinski at Rhode Island (10/25/03) Had a player with 13 or more receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 by Rich Musinski at Rhode Island (10/25/03) Had a player with 100 or more receiving yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 by Ryan Moody vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Had a player with 150 or more receiving yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 by Elliott Mack at Richmond (11/16/07) Had a player with 200 or more receiving yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 by Elliott Mack at Richmond (11/16/07) Had a player with 2 or more TD receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 by Chase Hill at North Carolina (10/30/10) Had a player with 3 or more TD receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 by Dominique Thompson at Delaware (10/23/04) Had a player with 4 or more TD receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 by Dominique Thompson at Delaware (10/23/04) Had two players with 100 receiving yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elliott Mack (119) and Chase Hill (105) at Delaware (10/18/08) Individual All-Purpose Had a player with 300+ all-purpose yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 324 by Jonathan Grimes vs. Villanova (10/4/08) Special Teams/Special Situation/Defense Returned a kickoff for a TD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 yards by Jonathan Grimes vs. Villanova (10/4/08) Returned a punt for a TD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 yards by B.W. Webb vs. VMI (9/11/10) Returned a blocked punt for a TD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 yards by Sean McDermott at Rhode Island (9/7/96) Returned a blocked field goal for a TD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 yards by David Caldwell vs. Norfolk State (9/20/08) Returned a fumble for a TD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 yards by Michael Pigram vs. Massachusetts (10/27/07) Returned an interception for a touchdown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 yards by Evan Francks vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10) Blocked a field goal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sean Lissemore (47-yard att.) at Norfolk State (9/19/09) Blocked a punt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marcus Hyde at Old Dominion (9/18/10) Had 2 interceptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brian Thompson vs. VMI (9/11/10) Had 3 or more interceptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 by B.W. Webb at Virginia (9/5/10) Had 15 or more tackles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 by Dante Cook vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10) Made 4 field goals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brian Pate at Virginia (9/5/09) Made a 50+ yard field goal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 yards by Greg Kuehn at Rhode Island (9/17/05) Converted 2-point run . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lang Campbell vs. James Madison (12/10/04) Converted 2-point reception. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D.J. Mangas at James Madison (11/13/10) Intercepted 4 passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 vs. Weber State (11/28/09 - NCAA First Round) Intercepted 5 passes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 vs. VMI (9/11/10) Had 5 or more passes intercepted. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 vs. Richmond (11/22/08) Scored a defensive touchdown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INT Ret. vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10) Scored 2 defensive touchdowns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 INT Ret. vs. Weber State (11/28/09 - NCAA First Round) Allowed a defensive touchdown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INT Ret. vs. Richmond (11/22/08) Scored a special teams touchodown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Punt Ret. vs. VMI (9/11/10) Allowed a special teams touchdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blocked Punt Ret. at James Madison (11/13/10) Scored a defensive and special teams touchdown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Punt Ret. and Int. Ret. vs. VMI (9/11/10) Recorded a safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at Rhode Island (10/31/09) Surrendered a safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at James Madison (11/13/10) Won in overtime. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (2 OT) 48-41 vs. Liberty (9/15/07) Lost in overtime. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-20 vs. Richmond (11/22/08) Tied an opponent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31-31 at Princeton (9/23/89)

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Team Offense Scored 40 or more points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 at James Madison (11/15/08) Scored 50 or more points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 vs. James Madison (11/10/07) Scored 60 or more points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 at Villanova (10/6/07) Scored 70 or more points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 at North Carolina A&E (State) (11/6/20) Scored 80 or more points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 at North Carolina A&E (State) (11/6/20) Scored 90 or more points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 at Delaware (11/25/15) Had 500 or more total yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 540 at James Madison (11/15/08) Had 600 or more total yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 638 at Western Michigan (9/6/03) Rushed for 400 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 423 vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10) Rushed for 500 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 509 vs. Furman (9/18/99) Passed for 300 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 vs. Delaware (9/26/09) Passed for 400 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 489 at Western Michigan (9/5/03) Team Defense Posted a shutout. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at Delaware, 14-0 (11/1/97) Allowed less than 100 total yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . None post 1981 Allowed less than 50 yards rushing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 vs. Richmond (11/22/08) Allowed less than 50 yards passing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 at New Hampshire (11/6/10) Intercepted 5 or more passes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 vs. Richmond (11/22/08) Scored a defensive touchdown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INT Ret. vs. Richmond (11/22/08) Recorded a safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at James Madison (11/13/10) Team Special Teams Scored a special teams touchdown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blocked punt return at James Madison (11/13/10) Blocked a field goal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . at Virginia (9/5/09) Blocked a punt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vs. Richmond (11/20/10) Individual Offense Rushed for 100 yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 178 by Robert Brown vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10) Rushed for 200 yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 244 by Omar Cuff vs. Delaware (8/30/07) Had two players rush for 100 or more yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 by D. Scott and 121 by J. Sullivan at James Madison (11/13/10) Rushed for 3 or more touchdowns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 by Jaybo Shaw vs. Georgia Southern (12/4/10) Rushed for 4 or more touchdowns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 by Omar Cuff vs. Delaware (8/30/07) Had 30 or more carries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 by Pushaun Brown at Maine (9/25/10) Had a rushing/receiving touchdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Broomfield (1 rush, 1 receiving) vs. Northeastern (11/8/08) Passed for 300 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 by Pat Devlin vs. Delaware (9/26/09) Passed for 400 or more yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 450 by C. Munson at Western Michigan (9/6/03) Threw 4 or more touchdown passes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, by Antwan Young at Villanova (10/6/07) Threw 6 touchodown passes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Munson at Western Michigan (9/6/03) Completed 30 or more passes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 by Pat Devlin vs. Delaware (9/26/09) Passed/Ran for 100 yards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rodney Landers (212 pass, 145 rush) at James Madison (11/15/08) Passed/Ran for 2 touchdowns. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R.J. Toman (2 pass, 2 rush) at New Hampshire (10/11/08) Had 100 receiving yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 by Dwight Jones at North Carolina (10/30/10) Had 200 receiving yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206 by C. Adams vs. Hofstra (10/6/01) Had two players with 100 receving yards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D. boler (155) and J. Long (108) at Delaware (10/23/04) Had 10 or more receptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 by N. White vs. Delaware (10/23/10) Had 3 or more touchdown receptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 by T. Hinshaw at Central Florida (9/23/00) Had a rushing/receiving touchdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A. Broomfield (1 rush, 1 receiving) vs. Northeastern (11/8/08) Individual Defense Had 20 or more tackles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 by Matt Evans at New Hampshire (11/6/10) Had 15 or more tackles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 by Matt Evans at New Hampshire (11/6/10) Had 2 or more interceptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 by Justin Rigers vs. Richmond (11/22/08) Returned an interception for a touchdown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 yards by D. Hatcher vs. Richmond (11/22/08) Returned a fumble for a touchdown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 yards by J. Couch vs. Marshall (9/1/05) Individual Special Teams Returned a kickoff for a touchdown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 yards by J. Mathis vs. Hampton (11/27/04) Returned a punt for a touchdown. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 yards by Eddie Royal at Virginia Tech (9/22/07) Returned a blocked punt for a touchdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 yards by D.J. Bryant at James Madison (11/13/10) Made 4 field goals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Husted at Virginia (10/24/92) Kicked a 50+ yard field goal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 by C. McCormack vs. New Hampshire (10/15/03) Converted a 2-point run. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C. Cross vs. Villanova (11/27/01) Converted a 2-point pass. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Jennings vs. Liberty (9/15/07)

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ALL-TIME COACHES & CAPTAINS

The 1948 team, led by Rube McCray and captains Harry Caughron (left) and Lou Hoitsma (right), defeated Oklahoma State, 20-0, in the Delta Bowl. Year Record Coach 1893 2-1-0 None 1894 0-1-0 None 1895 None None 1896 0-2-0 R. Armstrong 1897 0-1-0 W.J. King 1898 1-1-0 W.J. King 1899 2-3-0 W.H. Burke 1900 1-2-0 W.J. King 1901 2-1-1 None 1902 1-1-1 None 1903 1-3-0 H.J. Duvall 1904 3-3-0 J.M. Blanchard 1905 2-4-1 J.M. Blanchard 1906 3-7-0 H.W. Withers 1907 6-4-0 James H. Barry 1908 4-6-1 G.E. O’Hearn 1909 6-4-0 G.E. O’Hearn 1910 1-7-1 J.M. Blanchard 1911 1-5-2 W.J. Young 1912 0-7-0 W.J. Young 1913 0-5-1 D.W. Draper 1914 1-7-0 D.W. Draper 1915 0-9-1 D.W. Draper 1916 2-5-2 S.H. Hubbard 1917 3-5-0 H.J. Young 1918 0-2-0 V.M. Geddy 1919 2-6-1 J.G. Driver 1920 4-5-0 J.G. Driver 1921 4-3-1 W.E. Fincher 1922 6-3-0 Bill Ingram 1923 7-3-0 J.W. Tasker 1924 5-2-1 J.W. Tasker 1925 7-4-0 J.W. Tasker 1926 7-3-0 J.W. Tasker 1927 4-5-1 J.W. Tasker 1928 6-3-2 Branch Bocock 1929 8-2-0 Branch Bocock 1930 7-2-1 Branch Bocock 1931 5-2-2 John Kellison 1932 8-4-0 John Kellison 1933 6-5-0 John Kellison 1934 2-6-0 John Kellison 1935 3-4-3 Tommy Dowler 1936 1-8-0 Branch Bocock 1937 4-5-0 Branch Bocock H. McGowan 1938 2-7-0 Branch Bocock 1939 6-2-1 Carl M. Voyles 1940 6-2-1 Carl M. Voyles 1941 8-2-0 Carl M. Voyles 1942 9-1-1 Carl M. Voyles (SoCon Champs) 1944 5-2-1 Rube McCray 1945 6-3-0 Rube McCray 1946 8-2-0 Rube McCray 1947 9-2-0 Rube McCray (Dixie Bowl, SoCon Champs)

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Current NFL Hall-of-Famer Marv Levy led W&M to the 1966 Southern Conference Championship.

Captain H.G. Humphreys R.K. Slaughter Ralph Leigh W.P. Cole P.B. Jones J.E. Elliott F.S. McCandish C.J. Corbitt O.L. Shewmake O.L. Shewmake S.C. Blackiston H. Blankenship C.E. Johnson G.G. Hankins G.A. Dovell C.A. Taylor, Jr. J.G. Driver W.B. Lee W.B. Lee R.C. Tilley Jack Wright S.L. Bertschley C.R. Heflin J.F. Wilson W.K. Close --- R.W. Copeland W.K. Close J.F. Wilson F. Chandler John Todd John Todd F. Elliott Art Matsu Meb Davis W. Carmichael Ted Bauserman Jim Murphy Otis Douglas Hap Halligan Gerald Quirk Joe Bridgers M. Bryant Joe Marino John Coiner

1948 7-2-2 Rube McCray (Delta Bowl) 1949 6-4-0 Rube McCray 1950 4-7-0 Rube McCray 1951 7-3-0 Marvin Bass 1952 4-5-0 Marvin Bass 1953 5-4-1 Jack Freeman 1954 4-4-2 Jack Freeman 1955 1-7-1 Jack Freeman 1956 0-9-1 Jack Freeman 1957 4-6-0 Milt Drewer 1958 2-6-1 Milt Drewer 1959 4-6-0 Milt Drewer 1960 2-8-0 Milt Drewer 1961 1-9-0 Milt Drewer 1962 4-5-1 Milt Drewer 1963 4-6-0 Milt Drewer 1964 4-6-0 Marv Levy 1965 6-4-0 Marv Levy 1966 5-4-1 Marv Levy (SoCon Champs) 1967 5-4-1 Marv Levy 1968 3-7-0 Marv Levy 1969 3-7-0 Lou Holtz 1970 5-7-0 Lou Holtz (Tangerine Bowl) (SoCon Champs) 1971 5-6-0 Lou Holtz 1972 5-6-0 Jim Root 1973 6-5-0 Jim Root 1974 4-7-0 Jim Root 1975 2-9-0 Jim Root 1976 7-4-0 Jim Root 1977 6-5-0 Jim Root

Herb Krueger John Dillard Lloyd Phillips Charles Gondak Bill Goodlow Marvin Bass John Clowes Eugene Holloway Denver Mills Bob Steckroth Ralph Sazio

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Lou Holtz and the 1970 Tribe claimed the Southern Conference Championship and a berth in the Tangerine Bowl.

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Harry Caughron Lou Hoitsma George Hughes Jack Cloud Vito Ragazzo Joe Mark Dickie Lewis George Zupko Jack Freeman Ed Miodusewski John Flanagan Tommy Martin Steve Milkovich Charlie Sumner Jerry Sazio Al Grieco Bill Marfizo Jack Yohe Bill Rush Larry Peccatiello Dan Plummer Tom Secules Gray Lynn Lauren Kardatzke Jim Porach Wayne Woolwine Roger Hale Eric Erdossy Stan Penkunas Dennis O’Toole Bob Soleau Scott Swan Tom Feola Jim Dick Chuck Albertson Bill Conaway Adin Brown Mike Madden Jim Barton Burt Waite Dave Holland Jim Cavanaugh Joe Pilch Bob Herb Bruce Hanson Jackson Neall Paul Scolaro Todd Bushnell Joe Montgomery Randy Rovesti Mike Stewart Dick Pawlewicz Craig McCurdy Paul Kruis Jack Kroeger Jeff Hosmer Joe Agee Keith Fimian


Melvin Martin Jim Ryan Tom Rozantz Steve Shull Bill Scott Steve McNamee Dennis Fitzpatrick Owen Costello Chris Garrity Wayne MacMasters Kurt Wrigley Steve Zeuli Bernie Marrazzo Mark Kelso Bobby Wright Bobby Crane Lee Glenn Bob Solderitch Todd Leeson Graeme Miller Dave Pocta Dave Szydlik Michael Clemons Joe Monaco Dave Szydlik Dave Wiley John Brosnahan Dave Wiley Craig Argo Greg Kimball Alan Garlic Brad Uhl Mac Partlow Reggie White Tyrone Shelton Tom Dexter Robert Green Chris Hakel Jeff Nielsen Joe Person Palmer Scarritt Alex Utecht

1993 9-3 Jimmye Laycock (NCAA Playoffs) 1994 8-3 Jimmye Laycock 1995 7-4 Jimmye Laycock

Todd Durkin Eric Lambert Craig Staub Tom Walters Greg Applewhite Mike Tomlin Terry Hammons Jim Simpkins

1996 10-3 Jimmye Laycock (NCAA Playoffs, A-10 Champs) 1997 7-4 Jimmye Laycock 1998 7-4 Jimmye Laycock 1999 6-5 Jimmye Laycock 2000 5-6 Jimmye Laycock 2001 8-4 Jimmye Laycock (NCAA Playoffs, A-10 Champs) 2002 6-5 Jimmye Laycock 2003 5-5 Jimmye Laycock 2004 11-3 Jimmye Laycock (NCAA Playoffs, A-10 Champs) 2005 5-6 Jimmye Laycock 2006 3-8 Jimmye Laycock 2007 4-7 Jimmye Laycock 2008 7-4 Jimmye Laycock 2009 11-3 Jimmye Laycock (NCAA Playoffs) 2010 8-4 Jimmye Laycock (NCAA Playoffs

ALL-TIME W&M COACHES AND RECORDS

R. Armstrong, 1896. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-2

W.J. King, 1897-98; 1900. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4 W.H. Burke, 1899. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3 H.J. Duvall, 1903. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3 J.M. Blanchard, 1904-05; 1910. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-14-1 H.W. Withers, 1906. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7 James Barry, 1907 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4 G.E. O’Hearn, 1908-09 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-10-1 W.J. Young, 1911-12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-12-2 D.W. Draper, 1913-15. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-21-2 S.H. Hubbard, 1916. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5-2 H.J. Young, 1917 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-5 V.M. Geddy, 1918. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-2 J.G. Driver, 1919-20. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-11-1 W.E. Fincher, 1921. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3-1 Bill Ingram, 1922. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3 J.W. Tasker, 1923-27. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-17-2 Branch Bocock, 1928-30; 1936-38. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-29-3 John Kellison, 1931-34 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-17-2 Tommy Dowler, 1935 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4-3

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Josh Beyer Stefon Moody Mike McGowan Sean McDermott Pete Coyne Dan Rossettini Jude Waddy Sean Reid Mike Cook Greg Whirley Tim Engel Chris Morris Raheem Walker Ed Zaptin Todd Greineder Matt Mazefsky Chris Rosier Raheem Walker Nick Gilliland Marc Matthie Mohammed Youssofi Dwight Beard David Corley, Jr. Mohammed Youssofi Marques Bobo Rich Musinski Lang Campbell Wade Harrell Josh Lustig Travis McLaurin Pat Mulloy Adam O’Connor Elijah Brooks Trevor McLaurin Cody Morris Alan Wheeling Derek Cox Brad Stewart Derek Cox Elliott Mack Jake Phillips Josh Rutter R.J. Archer David Caldwell Sean Lissemore Adrian Tracy Rob Varno Ben Cottingham Evan Francks Keith Hill, Jr. Courtland Marriner Jake Trantin

ALL-TIME COACHES & CAPTAINS

1978 5-5-1 Jim Root 1979 4-7-0 Jim Root 1980 2-9-0 Jimmye Laycock 1981 5-6-0 Jimmye Laycock 1982 3-8-0 Jimmye Laycock 1983 6-5-0 Jimmye Laycock 1984 6-5-0 Jimmye Laycock 1985 7-4-0 Jimmye Laycock 1986 9-3-0 Jimmye Laycock (NCAA Playoffs) 1987 5-6-0 Jimmye Laycock 1988 6-4-1 Jimmye Laycock (Epson Ivy Bowl Win) 1989 8-3-1 Jimmye Laycock (NCAA Playoffs) 1990 10-3 Jimmye Laycock (NCAA Playoffs) 1991 5-6 Jimmye Laycock 1992 9-2 Jimmye Laycock (Epson Ivy Bowl Win)

Carl Voyles, 1939-42. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29-7-3 Rube McCray, 1944-50. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45-22 Marvin Bass, 1951. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3 Jack Freeman, 1952-56. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-29-5 Milt Drewer, 1957-63. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-48-2 Marv Levy, 1964-68 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-25-2 Lou Holtz, 1969-71. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-20 Jim Root, 1972-79. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39-48-1 Jimmye Laycock, 1980-Present . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .208-145-2

TRIBE HEAD COACHING RECORDS COACHING VICTORIES 1. Jimmye Laycock 2. Rube McCray 3. Jim Root 4. J.W. Tasker 5. Carl Voyles

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COACHING WIN PCT. 1. Carl Voyles .782 2. Rube McCray .671 3. J.W. Tasker .622 4. Jimmye Laycock .589 5. John Kellison .537

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LONGEST TENURE 1. Jimmye Laycock 31 2. Jim Root 8 3. Rube McCray 7 4. Milt Drewer 6 5. Marv Levy 5 J.W. Tasker 5 Jack Freeman 5

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Dante Cook totaled a career-high 16 tackles with two sacks and three tackles for a loss in last seasonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s thrilling 17-16 win against Delaware on Homecoming.

Teams W L T Albright 2 0 0 American 1 0 0 Appalachian State 2 1 0 Arkansas 2 1 0 Army 0 4 0 Baltimore City College 1 0 0 Boston College 0 3 1 Boston University 7 4 1 Bowling Green 1 0 0 Brambleton AC 1 0 1 Bridgewater 5 0 0 Brown 1 1 0 Bucknell 4 0 0 Capitol City AC 1 0 0 Catawba 1 0 0 Catholic University 1 3 0 Central Connecticut St. 1 0 0 Central Florida 0 3 0 Chattanooga 1 1 0 Cincinnati 1 3 0 The Citadel 18 7 0 Colgate 6 3 0 Columbia 0 1 0 Concord State 1 0 0 Connecticut 4 1 0 Dartmouth 6 1 0 Davidson 9 4 1 Delaware 15 20 0 Duke (Trinity) 6 1 0 East Carolina 4 12 1 East Tennessee 1 1 0 Emory & Henry 7 2 0 Episcopal High 1 0 0 Florida State 1 1 0 Fort McClellan 1 0 0 Fort Monroe 3 0 0

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W&M Points 54 38 59 48 19 6 60 298 20 10 380 73 153 6 19 61 33 78 16 55 520 273 10 13 143 112 377 761 123 251 59 131 9 9 61 66

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Jonathan Grimes rushed for a career-high 158 yards with a touchdown in the Tribeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 24-3 win against James Madison in Williamsburg during the 2009 campaign.

Teams W L T Fredericksburg 1 0 1 Furman 7 8 0 Galludet 2 0 0 Georgetown 1 2 0 George Washington 12 9 2 Georgia 0 1 0 Georgia Southern 1 1 0 Georgia Tech 0 1 0 Guilford 10 0 0 Hampden-Sydney 16 22 0 Hampton AC 1 0 0 Hampton HS 1 0 0 Hampton University 3 0 0 Harvard 4 4 2 Haskell 0 1 0 Hofstra 2 3 0 Holy Cross 0 2 0 Houston 1 1 0 Indiana 0 1 0 James Madison 15 18 0 Jackson State 1 0 0 *Japan All-Stars 1 0 0 King 1 0 0 Lehigh 8 1 0 Lenoir-Rhyne 2 0 0 Liberty 4 0 0 Louisville 1 1 0 Loyola (Baltimore) 1 0 0 Lynchburg 3 1 1 Maine 7 2 0 Marshall 2 1 1 Maryland 2 1 0 Maryland Ag. College 0 1 0 Massachusetts 4 8 0 McNeese State 0 1 0 Merchant Marines 1 0 0

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W&M Points 6 254 59 12 377 24 44 7 409 421 5 41 124 187 13 95 14 32 17 801 45 73 27 297 63 141 42 19 125 250 110 88 0 277 28 25

Opp Points 0 302 7 75 258 59 59 33 13 546 0 0 75 155 14 62 71 49 25 801 6 3 0 216 0 71 40 0 13 172 67 58 17 295 34 7


This season’s contest against Richmond on Nov. 19 will mark the 121st meeting between W&M and UR – “The Oldest Rivalry in the South.”

Teams W L T Miami (Florida) 0 2 0 Miami (Ohio) 0 2 0 Michigan State 0 2 0 Mississippi State 0 1 0 Navy 6 35 1 New Hampshire 12 2 0 Newport News 1 0 0 Newport News Apprentice 3 1 0 *Nihon University 1 0 0 Norfolk Navy Base 0 0 1 Norfolk Blues 1 2 0 Norfolk Collegians 1 0 0 Norfolk Fire Dept. 1 0 0 Norfolk H.S. 4 0 1 Norfolk State 4 0 0 Norfolk YMCA 0 1 0 North Carolina 0 13 2 N.C. A&M 0 1 0 N.C. Pre-Flight 0 1 0 N. C. State 8 12 0 Northeastern 12 2 0 Northern Iowa 0 1 0 Ohio University 2 2 0 Ohio Wesleyan 1 0 0 Oklahoma 1 1 0 Oklahoma A&M 1 0 0 Old Dominion 1 0 0 Old Dominion Club 1 0 0 Old Point Comfort 3 1 0 Penn State 0 4 0 Pennsylvania 4 1 0 Pittsburgh 0 5 0 Portsmouth AC 1 1 0 Princeton 2 1 1 Quantico Marines 2 1 0 Randolph-Macon 22 19 1

Teams W L T Rhode Island 12 2 0 Richmond 60 55 5 Richmond AB 1 0 0 Richmond Blues 0 1 2 Roanoke 11 3 1 Rutgers 4 6 0 St. Bonaventure 0 1 0 St. John’s 1 0 0 St. Vincent’s Academy 1 1 1 Samford 0 1 0 Southern Illinois 1 0 0 Southern Miss. 1 0 0 Syracuse 0 7 0 Temple 2 4 1 Tennessee 0 1 0 Toledo 0 1 0 Towson 7 0 0 Tulane 1 2 0 Union Theological 3 1 0 University Col. of Med. 0 2 1 Vanderbilt 0 4 0 Villanova 15 13 1 Virginia 6 26 1 Virginia Medical 2 2 0 Virginia Tech 18 40 4 VMI 52 33 2 Wake Forest 9 10 1 Washington & Lee 4 6 1 Weber State 1 0 0 West Virginia 0 15 1 Western Michigan 0 1 0 Wofford 2 0 0 Yale 1 1 0 Totals 527 509 41

W&M Points 17 31 27 7 277 403 5 142 35 13 3 3 21 59 124 0 222 0 0 258 425 35 53 33 21 20 21 14 33 61 116 23 36 103 65 580

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W&M Opp Points Points 426 263 1852 1714 39 0 9 13 219 79 173 199 6 7 19 0 12 23 13 35 24 3 3 0 10 236 117 198 13 48 12 40 249 108 22 53 117 7 3 25 44 77 807 693 369 839 25 72 803 1186 1936 1465 289 399 130 139 38 0 188 470 24 56 49 14 60 54 18,790 18,540

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B.W. Webb recorded three interceptions, the last of which he returned 50 yards for a touchdown, in the Tribe’s 26-14 win at Virginia in 2009.


ALL-TIME RESULTS

1893 Record: 2-1 Coach: None 4 @ Norfolk YMCA 14 Old Dominion Club 8 @ Capital City A.C. (Richmond, VA) 26 Totals 1894 Record: 0-1 Coach: None 0 Hampden-Sydney 1895 - no team 1896 Record: 0-2 Coach: R. Armstrong 0 Randolph-Macon 0 @ Randolph-Macon 0 Totals

16 4 4 24

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10 4 14

1897 Record: 0-1 Coach: W.J. King 0 @ George Washington

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1898 Record: 1-1 Coach: W. J. King 5 Randolph-Macon 0 @ Richmond 5 Totals 1899 Record: 2-3 Coach: W.H. Burke 0 @ Richmond 5 Hampden-Sydney 0 Portsmouth AC 41 Hampton AC 6 vs. Baltimore CC (Newport News, VA) 52 Totals

0 15 15

14 10 6 0 5 35

1900 Record: 1-2 Coach: W.J. King 5 Newport News AC 0 Hampden-Sydney 0 @ Randolph-Macon 5 Totals

0 17 11 28

1901 Record: 2-1-1 Coach: None 11 Old Point Comfort 0 Randolph-Macon 11 Richmond 6 Fredericksburg 28 Totals

6 0 27 0 33

1902 Record: 1-1-1 Coach: None 6 Old Point Comfort 0 0 @ Hampden-Sydney 42 0 vs. St. Vincent’s H.S. (Newport News, VA) 0 6 Totals 42

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1903 Record: 1-3 Coach: H.J. Duvall 15 Norfolk H.S. 0 Old Point Comfort 0 vs. Randolph-Macon (Richmond, VA) 0 @ Richmond 15 Totals

0 23 39 24 86

1904 Record: 3-3 Coach: J.M. Blanchard 18 Norfolk H.S. 36 Portsmouth AC 0 @ Virginia Tech 5 @ Roanoke 15 Richmond 0 Randolph-Macon 69 Totals

0 0 30 6 6 6 48

1905 Record: 2-4-1 Coach: J.M. Blanchard 6 Hampton AC 0 @ Richmond 4 @ Richmond 0 @ VMI 0 Maryland A&M (Maryland) 5 @ Richmond 0 vs. Randolph-Macon (Richmond, VA) 15 Totals 1906 Record: 2-6 Coach: H.W. Withers 0 vs. Virginia Tech (Roanoke, VA) 0 @ Virginia Tech 10 Norfolk H.S. 0 @ N.C. State 10 Brambleton 0 Richmond 4 Randolph-Macon 0 vs. Richmond (Newport News, VA) 30 Totals 1907 Record: 6-3 Coach: James H. Barry 0 @ VMI 4 vs. Randolph-Macon (Norfolk, VA) 0 @ North Carolina 16 Old Point Comfort 19 vs. Med. College of VA (Petersburg, VA) 15 Ft. Monroe 12 @ Randolph-Macon 4 @ Hampden-Sydney 0 vs. Richmond (Newport News, VA) 70 Totals

0 0 0 23 17 23 27 90

12 28 0 40 0 24 6 6 160

58 0 14 6 0 0 4 0 48 143

1908 Record: 4-6-1 Coach: G.E. O’Hearn 0 @ Virginia 0 @ VMI 0 @ N.C. State 0 vs. Randolph-Macon (Petersburg, VA) 0 Brambleton 0 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Petersburg, VA) 5 Ft. Monroe 0 @ Randolph-Macon 21 @ Richmond 17 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Newp. News, VA) 6 vs. St. Vincent’s Acad. (Newp. News, VA) 49 Totals

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1909 Record: 6-4 Coach: G.E. O’Hearn 0 @ Virginia 3 Norfolk Collegians 0 @ VMI 6 Medical College of Virginia 9 Episcopal H.S. 3 vs. Randolph-Macon (Richmond, VA) 3 @ Hampden-Sydney 11 @ Norfolk H.S. 15 @ Richmond 15 @ Hampden-Sydney 65 Totals 1910 Record:1-7-1 Coach: J.M. Blanchard 0 @ Virginia 3 Univ. Col. of Medicine 5 Norfolk H.S. 0 @ VMI 0 @ Norfolk Collegian 6 Hampden-Sydney 2 Randolph-Macon 6 St. Vincent’s Acad. 18 @ Richmond 40 Totals

30 0 6 0 0 15 22 0 0 8 81

10 5 5 33 41 17 11 18 6 115

1911 Record: 1-5-2 Coach: W.J. Young 0 @ Virginia 81 0 @ Georgetown 66 0 Univ. Col. of Medicine 0 0 Fredericksburg College 0 0 Va. Medical 6 11 vs. Randolph-Macon (Newp. News, VA) 14 3 Richmond 0 0 @ Hampden-Sydney 19 14 Totals 186 1912 Record: 0-7 Coach: W.J. Young 0 @ Virginia 60 0 @ Norfolk Academy 13 0 Univ. Col. of Medicine 20 0 Va. Medical 66 0 Randolph-Macon 20 0 @ Richmond 20 0 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Petersburg, VA) 27 0 Totals 226 1913 Record: 0-5-1 Coach: D.W. Draper 3 @ VMI 33 0 Richmond Blues 0 3 @ Randolph-Macon 37 13 vs. Richmond (Newport News, VA) 20 0 @ Hampden-Sydney 32 13 Richmond 20 51 Totals 157

1914 Record: 1-7 Coach: D.W. Draper 9 Richmond Blues 0 @ VMI 10 Randolph-Macon 3 Richmond 0 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Newp. News, VA) 0 @ Randolph-Macon 0 Hampden-Sydney 0 @ Richmond 22 Totals

13 38 7 7 19 63 41 32 220

1915 Record: 0-9-1 Coach: D.W. Draper 0 Union Theo. Sem. 6 @ VMI 0 Richmond Blues 0 @ Hampden-Sydney 0 Richmond 7 @ Randolph-Macon 0 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Newp. News, VA) 7 Randolph-Macon 0 @ Richmond 0 @ Delaware 20 Totals

7 19 0 28 28 34 38 15 45 93 306

1916 Record: 2-5-2 Coach: S.H. Hubbard 7 Union Theo. Sem. 0 @ VMI 13 @ Portsmouth Naval 0 Randolph-Macon 0 @ Richmond 0 Hampden-Sydney 14 @ Randolph-Macon 0 Richmond 0 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Norfolk, VA) 34 Totals

0 66 13 17 48 31 7 0 9 191

1917 Record: 3-5 Coach: H.J. Young 0 @ VMI 53 0 @ Richmond 28 13 Randolph-Macon 0 0 @ Hampden-Sydney 21 7 @ Emory & Henry 0 21 @ Randolph-Macon 6 0 Richmond 19 0 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Newp. News, VA) 32 41 Totals 159 1918 Record: 0-2 Coach: V.M. Geddy 0 @ Lynchburg College 0 Richmond 0 Totals

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1920 Record: 4-5 Coach: J.G. Driver 0 @ Virginia 0 @ Virginia Tech 14 vs. Galludet (Richmond, VA) 36 Lynchburg College 34 Union Theo. Sem. 0 vs. Richmond (Norfolk, VA) 0 @ N.C. A and E 34 vs. Randolph-Macon (Richmond, VA) 7 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Newp. News, VA) 125 Totals

0 21 0 0 7 17 7 7 21 80

27 21 7 0 0 13 81 0 14 163

1921 Record: 4-3-1 Coach: W.E. Fincher 0 @ Virginia Tech 12 @ Trinity (Duke) 7 vs. George Washington (Norfolk, VA) 21 vs. Wake Forest (Norfolk, VA) 35 Randolph-Macon 13 vs. Catholic (Newport News, VA) 76 Union Theo. Sem. 7 @ Richmond 171 Totals

14 0 7 14 0 27 0 17 79

1922 Record: 6-3 Coach: Bill Ingram 7 @ Penn State 6 @ Virginia Tech 33 Randolph-Macon 13 vs. Trinity (Duke) (Norfolk, VA) 32 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Richmond, VA) 18 vs. Wake Forest (Norfolk, VA) 14 Roanoke 45 vs. Gallaudet (Newport News, VA) 3 Richmond 171 Totals

27 20 7 7 6 0 0 0 13 80

1923 Record: 6-3 Coach: J.W. Tasker 10 @ Navy 39 3 @ Syracuse 63 74 Guilford 0 21 vs. Trinity (Duke) (Rocky Mount, NC) 0 27 Randolph-Macon 0 20 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Norfolk, VA) 0 14 Delaware 0 7 @ Roanoke 9 27 @ Richmond 6 224 Totals 115

1924 Record: 5-2-1 Coach: J.W. Tasker 7 @ Navy 7 @ Syracuse 27 Randolph-Macon 21 vs. Trinity (Duke) (Norfolk, VA) 27 vs. King (Richmond, VA) 27 Albright 7 vs. Roanoke (Newport News, VA) 20 @ Richmond 170 Totals

14 24 7 3 0 0 7 6 61

1925 Record: 6-4 Coach: J.W. Tasker 44 Lenoir-Rhyne 0 @ Navy 0 @ Syracuse 54 vs. Randolph-Macon (Richmond, VA) 35 vs. Duke (Norfolk, VA) 7 @ Harvard 27 Albright 13 vs. Haskell (Richmond, VA) 23 @ Roanoke 14 @ Richmond 230 Totals

0 25 33 0 0 14 0 14 0 0 86

1926 SOUTHERN TITLE Record: 7-3 Coach: J.W. Tasker 35 Randolph-Macon 19 Loyola 0 @ Syracuse 7 @ Harvard 14 George Washington 48 vs. Lynchburg (Newport News, VA) 10 @ Columbia 13 vs. Wake Forest (Norfolk, VA) 14 @ Richmond 9 @ Chattanooga 169 Totals

0 0 35 27 0 0 13 6 0 6 87

1927 Record: 4-5-1 Coach: J.W. Tasker 0 Catholic University 0 @ Syracuse 19 Lenoir-Rhyne 14 vs. Quantico (Newport News, VA) 13 Concord St. 7 @ Princeton 7 vs. Chattanooga (Newport News, VA) 18 @ Roanoke 33 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Norfolk, VA) 0 @ Richmond 111 Totals

12 18 0 20 7 35 12 7 7 0 118

1928 Record: 6-3-2 Coach: Branch Bocock 41 Lynchburg 0 0 Marshall 0 0 @ Syracuse 32 0 Wake Forest 0 12 Catholic University 13 0 Emory & Henry 3 24 @ George Washington 0 32 vs. Roanoke (Richmond, VA) 6 68 Bridgewater 0 34 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Newp. News, VA) 0 7 @ Richmond 0 218 Totals 54

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1929 Record: 8-2 Coach: Branch Bocock 19 St. John’s 0 @ Navy 7 @ Emory & Henry 14 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 59 Bridgewater 51 George Washington 19 @ Roanoke 36 Catholic University 25 @ Richmond 20 @ Hampden-Sydney 250 Totals 1930 Record: 7-2-1 Coach: Branch Bocock 24 Guilford 6 @ Navy 19 Wofford 6 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 81 Bridgewater 13 @ Harvard 39 Roanoke 27 Emory & Henry 19 @ Richmond 13 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Richmond, VA) 247 Totals 1931 Record: 5-2-2 Coach: John Kellison 32 Guilford 6 @ Navy 9 Randolph-Macon 6 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 95 Bridgewater 0 vs. Washington & Lee (Norfolk, VA) 13 @ Roanoke 24 @ Emory & Henry 2 @ Richmond 187 Totals 932 Record: 8-4 Coach: John Kellison 6 Roanoke 27 Randolph-Macon 6 @ Navy 47 Guilford 0 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 7 vs. Washington & Lee (Norfolk, VA) 0 @ Army 77 Bridgewater 20 vs. VMI (Norfolk, VA) 6 @ George Washington 18 Emory & Henry 7 @ Richmond 221 Totals

0 15 6 25 0 6 6 13 0 6 77

0 19 0 7 0 13 0 0 0 0 39

0 13 2 6 0 0 6 0 6 33

0 13 0 0 7 0 33 0 7 12 6 18 96

1933 Record: 6-5 Coach: John Kellison 7 Roanoke 12 Randolph-Macon 0 @ Navy 0 @ Washington & Lee 7 Virginia Tech 37 Guilford 12 @ Georgetown 14 vs. VMI (Norfolk, VA) 6 @ Emory & Henry 7 Davidson 6 @ Richmond 108 Totals

6 0 12 7 13 7 6 0 25 12 0 88

1934 Record: 2-6 Coach: John Kellison 7 @ Navy 20 Emory & Henry 0 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 0 @ Georgetown 15 Roanoke 6 vs. VMI (Norfolk, VA) 0 Washington & Lee 0 @ Richmond 48 Totals

20 8 6 3 6 13 7 6 69

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1919 Record: 2-6-1 Coach: J. G. Driver 0 @ Lynchburg College 3 vs. VMI (Richmond, VA) 7 Richmond 3 Randolph-Macon 3 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Norfolk, VA) 0 @ Richmond 6 vs. Randolph-Macon (Richmond, VA) 6 Hampden-Sydney 0 @ Richmond 28 Totals

1935

••• CARY FIELD OPENS ••• Record: 3-4-3 Coach: Tommy Dowler 0 Virginia 0 @ Navy 0 @ Army 0 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 44 Guilford 14 Roanoke 0 VMI 0 @ Dartmouth 22 Emory & Henry 6 @ Richmond 86 Totals

0 30 14 0 0 7 19 34 0 6 110

1936 Record: 1-8 Coach: Branch Bocock 6 @ Navy 0 vs. Virginia (Norfolk, VA) 0 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 38 Guilford 0 Roanoke 0 Hampden-Sydney 0 VMI 7 vs. Washington & Lee (Norfolk, VA) 0 @ Richmond 51 Totals

18 7 14 0 13 19 21 13 7 112

1937 Record: 4-5 Coach: Branch Bocock 0 @ Navy 9 vs. VMI (Norfolk, VA) 12 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 37 Guilford 38 American 0 @ Virginia 21 Hampden-Sydney 12 Washington & Lee 0 @ Richmond 129 Totals

45 20 0 0 0 6 12 14 6 103

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1938 Record: 2-7 Coach: Branch Bocock 0 @ Navy 26 8 Apprentice School (Newport News) 9 0 @ Virginia Tech 27 45 Guilford 0 0 VMI 14 0 @ Virginia 34 18 Hampden-Sydney 7 0 @ Washington & Lee 27 7 @ Richmond 10 78 Totals 154 1939 Record: 6-2-1 Coach: Carl M. Voyles 31 Guilford 6 @ Navy 39 @ Apprentice School (Newport News) 6 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 26 Hampden-Sydney 6 vs. Virginia (Norfolk, VA) 19 Randolph-Macon 18 Washington & Lee 7 @ Richmond 158 Totals 1940 Record: 6-2-1 Coach: Carl M. Voyles 0 vs. N.C. State (Norfolk, VA) 7 @ Navy 42 Apprentice School (Newport News) 20 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 41 Hampden-Sydney 13 Virginia 0 VMI 46 Randolph-Macon 16 @ Richmond 185 Totals

6 31 6 6 0 26 6 14 0 95

16 19 0 13 0 6 0 6 0 60

1941 Record: 8-2 Coach: Carl M. Voyles 53 Apprentice School (Newport News) 0 0 @ Navy 34 57 Randolph-Macon 7 16 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 7 28 @ Hampden-Sydney 0 48 vs. George Washington (Norfolk, VA) 0 3 @ Dartmouth 0 21 VMI 0 33 @ Richmond 3 0 N.C. State 13 259 Totals 64 1942

Southern Conference Champions Record: 9-1-1 Coach: Carl M. Voyles 27 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Norfolk, VA) 0 3 @ Navy 0 21 @ Virginia Tech 7 7 @ Harvard 7 61 George Washington 0 35 Dartmouth 14 40 Randolph-Macon 0 27 vs. VMI (Norfolk, VA) 6 0 N.C. Pre-Flight 14 10 @ Richmond 0 14 @ Oklahoma 7 245 Totals 55 1943 - no team

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1944 Record: 5-2-1 Coach: Rube McCray 46 Fort Monroe 0 38 vs. Hampden-Sydney (Richmond, VA) 0 0 @ Pennsylvania 46 39 Richmond AB 0 2 vs. N.C. State (Norfolk, VA) 19 0 @ North Carolina 0 26 vs. VMI (Portsmouth, VA) 0 40 @ Richmond 0 191 Totals 65 1945 Record: 6-3 Coach: Rube McCray 19 Catawba 13 @ Tennessee 38 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 13 vs. VMI (Richmond, VA) 6 vs. N.C. State (Norfolk, VA) 33 @ Maryland 0 vs. North Carolina (Norfolk, VA) 25 Merchant Marine 33 @ Richmond 180 Totals

6 48 0 9 20 14 6 7 0 110

1946 Record: 8-2 Coach: Rube McCray 61 Fort McClelland 3 @ Miami (Fla.) 51 @ The Citadel 49 Virginia Tech 34 vs. Washington & Lee (Roanoke, VA) 41 VMI 41 Maryland 7 vs. North Carolina (Richmond, VA) 20 @ George Washington 40 @ Richmond 347 Totals

0 13 12 0 18 0 7 21 0 0 71

1947

Southern Conference Champions DIXIE BOWL Record: 9-2 Coach: Rube McCray 21 vs. Davidson (Norfolk, VA) 56 The Citadel 21 vs. Virginia Tech (Richmond, VA) 7 North Carolina 47 @ Boston University (Fenway Park) 21 Wake Forest 28 VMI 45 vs. Washington & Lee (Roanoke, VA) 20 Bowling Green 35 @ Richmond DIXIE BOWL (Birmingham, AL) 19 Arkansas 320 Totals

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1948 DELTA BOWL Record: 7-2-2 Coach: Rube McCray 14 @ Davidson 12 Wake Forest 31 vs. VMI (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 30 @ Virginia Tech 6 @ St. Bonaventure 14 Richmond 7 @ North Carolina 14 @ Boston College (Braves Field) 26 N.C. State 9 @ Arkansas DELTA BOWL (Memphis, TN) 20 Oklahoma A&M (State) 163 Totals

6 21 0 0 7 6 7 14 6 0 0 67

1949 Record: 6-4 Coach: Rube McCray 14 @ Houston 7 @ Pittsburgh 39 Virginia Tech 54 VMI 13 @ Michigan State 28 @ Wake Forest 34 @ Richmond 14 North Carolina 20 @ Arkansas 33 N.C.State 256 Totals

13 13 13 6 42 55 0 20 0 7 169

1950 Record: 4-7 Coach: Rube McCray 19 vs. VMI (Roanoke, VA) 20 Cincinnati 0 Wake Forest 14 @ Michigan State 54 @ Virginia Tech 7 @ North Carolina 14 @ Boston University 0 @ Virginia 18 @ Houston 34 N.C. State (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 40 Richmond 210 Totals

25 14 47 33 0 40 16 13 36 0 6 230

1951 Record: 7-3 Coach: Marvin Bass 34 Boston University 7 @ Oklahoma 7 VMI 7 vs. Wake Forest (Tobac. Bowl - Ric., VA) 35 @ N.C. State 20 @ Richmond 20 @ Pennsylvania 28 Virginia Tech 14 Duke 0 @ Virginia 172 Totals

25 49 20 6 28 14 12 7 13 46 220

1952 Record: 4-5 Coach: Jack Freeman 34 vs. VMI (Roanoke, VA) 21 Wake Forest 23 @ Penn State 0 @ Navy 28 @ Boston University 42 Richmond 34 @ Virginia Tech 41 N.C. State 13 Virginia 236 Totals

13 28 35 14 33 13 15 6 20 177

1953 Record: 5-4-1 Coach: Jack Freeman 16 vs. Wake Forest (Richmond, VA) 6 @ Navy 7 @ Cincinnati 13 Virginia Tech 12 George Washington 7 @ N.C. State 19 vs. VMI (Roanoke, VA) 21 @ Richmond 7 Washington & Lee 14 Boston University 122 Totals

14 6 57 7 7 6 20 0 33 41 191

1954 Record: 4-4-2 Coach: Jack Freeman 0 @ Navy 27 27 @ Pennsylvania 7 0 vs. NC State (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 26 14 @ Rutgers 7 13 @ George Washington 13 7 @ Virginia Tech 7 0 vs. VMI (Roanoke, VA) 21 6 West Virginia 20 13 Wake Forest 9 2 @ Richmond 0 82 Totals 137 1955 Record: 1-7-1 Coach: Jack Freeman 0 @ Navy 7 Virginia Tech 7 @ Duke 13 @ West Virginia 0 George Washington 20 VMI 7 @ Wake Forest 21 @ NC State 6 @ Richmond 81 Totals

7 14 47 39 16 13 13 28 6 183

1956 Record: 0-9-1 Coach: Jack Freeman 0 Wake Forest 14 @ Navy 18 Boston University 7 @ Virginia Tech 13 West Virginia 14 @ George Washington 6 vs. VMI (Lynchburg, VA) 6 @ Army 6 @ Rutgers 0 @ Richmond 84 Totals

39 39 18 34 20 16 20 34 20 6 246

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1958 Record: 2-6-1 Coach: Milt Drewer 0 @ Navy 15 @ Virginia Tech 6 vs. VMI (Bluefield, WV) 13 N.C. State 0 @ George Washington 7 @ Boston University 7 Davidson 6 West Virginia 18 @ Richmond 72 Totals

14 27 6 6 7 33 16 55 15 179

1959 Record: 4-6 Coach: Milt Drewer 37 @ Virginia 2 @ Navy 14 vs. Virginia Tech (Roanoke, VA) 7 Furman 7 vs. VMI (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 14 George Washington 13 The Citadel 25 @ Davidson 9 @ Florida State 12 @ Richmond 140 Totals

0 29 20 8 26 7 38 7 0 20 155

1960 Record: 2-8 Coach: Milt Drewer 21 VMI 33 41 vs. Virginia (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 21 19 George Washington 9 23 @ Furman 25 0 Virginia Tech 27 0 @ Florida State 22 8 @ Tulane 40 0 @ The Citadel 14 8 @ Vanderbilt 22 0 @ Richmond 19 120 Totals 232 1961 Record: 1-9 Coach: Milt Drewer 6 vs. Virginia Tech (Roanoke, VA) 6 @ Virginia 6 @ Navy 19 Furman 8 The Citadel 12 @ George Washington 7 VMI 30 Davidson 13 @ Army 18 @ Richmond 125 Totals

1962 Record: 4-5-1 Coach: Milt Drewer 3 Virginia Tech 7 Virginia 16 @ Navy 29 @ The Citadel 7 @ Davidson 21 Furman 0 @ VMI 13 @ West Virginia 10 George Washington 3 @ Richmond 109 Totals 1963 Record: 4-6 Coach: Milt Drewer 7 @ The Citadel 0 @ Navy 27 @ Furman 16 West Virginia 13 @ Virginia Tech 14 George Washington 6 VMI 7 @ Virginia 34 Davidson 29 @ Richmond 153 Totals

1966 0 19 20 23 7 7 6 28 6 15 131

0 28 17 20 28 32 26 9 5 6 171

1964 Record: 4-6 Coach: Marv Levy 14 @ VMI 12 6 @ Navy 35 7 @ Pittsburgh 34 21 Furman 14 10 The Citadel 0 0 @ George Washington 21 20 Virginia Tech 27 13 Virginia 14 14 @ West Virginia 24 33 @ Richmond 13 138 Totals 194 1965 Record: 6-4 Coach: Marv Levy 32 VMI 21 14 West Virginia 34 7 @ Virginia Tech 9 14 @ Navy 42 41 @ Davidson 7 28 George Washington 14 3 vs. So. Miss. (Oyster Bowl - Nor., VA) 0 20 @ The Citadel 6 17 @ Boston College 30 21 Richmond 0 197 Totals 163

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1967 Record: 5-4-1 Coach: Marv Levy 38 Quantico 7 7 East Carolina 27 7 @ Virginia Tech 31 12 @ Vanderbilt 14 33 vs. VMI (Tobacco Bowl - Richmond, VA) 28 25 @ Ohio 22 27 @ Navy 16 24 @ The Citadel 0 16 West Virginia 16 7 Richmond 16 196 Totals 177 1968 Record: 3-7 Coach: Marv Levy 14 @ East Carolina 0 Virginia Tech 3 @ Pittsburgh 0 Ohio 0 vs. West Virginia (Tob. Bowl - Ric., VA) 20 @ VMI 33 Villanova 0 @ Syracuse 21 The Citadel 6 @ Richmond 97 Totals

0 12 14 41 20 10 12 31 24 31 195

1969 Record: 3-7 Coach: Lou Holtz 18 @ Cincinnati 7 @ Temple 15 Virginia 21 @ The Citadel 15 Davidson 25 VMI 7 vs. Virginia Tech (Roanoke, VA) 0 West Virginia 21 @ Villanova 17 Richmond 146 Totals

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Southern Conference Champions TANGERINE BOWL Record: 5-7 Coach: Lou Holtz 7 @ West Virginia 14 @ Miami (Fla.) 10 Cincinnati 33 Ohio Wesleyan 7 The Citadel 24 @ VMI 6 @ Virginia 14 Virginia Tech 28 Connecticut 29 @ Davidson 34 @ Richmond TANGERINE BOWL 12 Toledo 218 Totals 1971 Record: 5-6 Coach: Lou Holtz 35 @ The Citadel 28 @ East Carolina 40 Davidson 14 @ Tulane 23 West Virginia 30 @ Virginia Tech 12 VMI 35 @ North Carolina 29 @ Wake Forest 13 @ Temple 19 Richmond 278 Totals

43 36 17 29 16 10 33 35 15 28 33 40 335

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1972 Record: 5-6 Coach: Jim Root 31 Furman 9 @ Navy 17 @ Villanova 31 The Citadel 34 @ West Virginia 17 Vanderbilt 31 @ VMI 17 vs. Virginia Tech (Tob. Bowl - Ric., VA) 56 @ Davidson 15 East Carolina 3 @ Richmond 261 Totals

7 13 20 12 49 21 3 16 9 21 20 191

1973 Record: 6-5 Coach: Jim Root 31 @ Virginia Tech 27 @ North Carolina 15 @ Wake Forest 24 @ The Citadel 33 Villanova 7 @ Vanderbilt 51 Davidson 45 VMI 3 @ East Carolina 42 Colgate 0 Richmond 278 Totals

24 34 14 12 21 20 35 14 34 49 31 288

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1957 Record: 4-6 Coach: Milt Drewer 0 George Washington 6 @ Navy 13 Virginia Tech 13 @ Penn State 13 VMI 0 @ West Virginia 14 @ The Citadel 7 @ N.C. State 38 Rutgers 7 @ Richmond 111 Totals

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1974 Record: 4-7 Coach: Jim Root 7 @ Mississippi State 17 @ Wake Forest 28 @ Virginia 0 @ Furman 16 The Citadel 16 @ Boston College 28 Rutgers 20 @ VMI 15 Virginia Tech 10 East Carolina 54 @ Richmond 211 Totals

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1978 Record: 5-5-1 Coach: Jim Root 10 VMI 27 @ Connecticut 21 @ Villanova 19 @ Virginia Tech 22 Temple 32 James Madison 0 @ Navy 21 @ Louisville 12 The Citadel 3 @ East Carolina 3 @ Richmond 170 Totals

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1979 Record: 4-7 Coach: Jim Root 3 @ VMI 7 28 Colgate 15 14 @ Virginia Tech 35 7 @ Georgia Tech 33 33 James Madison 0 7 vs. Navy (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 24 0 Rutgers 24 0 @ Delaware 40 9 @ Appalachian State 0 24 Richmond 10 14 East Carolina 38 139 Totals 226

1983 Record: 6-5 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 28 @ VMI 13 Delaware 20 @ North Carolina 26 vs. Yale (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 21 @ Dartmouth 24 James Madison 28 Rutgers 21 @ Virginia Tech 48 @ Marshall 6 @ East Carolina 24 Richmond 259 Totals

14 30 51 14 17 21 35 59 24 40 15 320

20 0 20 15 15 13 0 23 22 0 21 149

1980 Record: 2-9 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 0 @ N.C. State 10 VMI 3 @ Virginia Tech 6 @ Navy 7 Wake Forest 17 Dartmouth 21 @ Rutgers 3 Delaware 23 @ East Carolina 13 @ Harvard 14 @ Richmond 117 Totals

42 13 7 45 27 14 18 7 31 24 26 254

1984 Record: 6-5 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 24 VMI 23 @ Delaware 18 @ Penn State 20 @ James Madison 14 Temple 24 Boston University 14 @ Virginia Tech 21 @ Wake Forest 24 Lehigh 48 @ Colgate 31 @ Richmond 261 Totals

13 21 56 10 28 3 38 34 10 39 33 285

1977 Record: 6-5 Coach: Jim Root 27 Norfolk State 13 13 @ VMI 23 6 @ Pittsburgh 28 21 @ Louisville 7 28 Villanova 8 8 vs. Virginia Tech (Tob. Bowl - Ric., VA) 17 17 @ Navy 42 21 Rutgers 22 14 @ The Citadel 13 21 vs. East Carolina (Oys. Bowl - Nor., VA) 17 29 Richmond 13 205 Totals 203

1981 Record: 5-6 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 0 @ Temple 14 Miami (Ohio) 3 @ Virginia Tech 14 @ VMI 12 @ Dartmouth 38 Marshall 0 @ Navy 31 James Madison 14 Harvard 31 @ East Carolina 35 Richmond 192 Totals

42 33 47 31 7 7 27 19 23 21 21 278

1985 Record: 7-4 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 23 @ Wake Forest 28 Norfolk State 17 Delaware 31 James Madison 21 @ Harvard 10 @ Virginia Tech 16 @ Temple 38 @ VMI 31 @ Lehigh 33 @ Princeton 28 Richmond 276 Totals

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1975 Record: 2-9 Coach: Jim Root 7 @ North Carolina 0 @ East Carolina 0 @ Pittsburgh 6 @ The Citadel 8 Ohio 0 @ Rutgers 6 Furman 7 vs. Virginia Tech (Oys. Bowl - Nor., VA) 13 @ VMI 17 Colgate 31 Richmond 95 Totals 1976 Record: 7-4 Coach: Jim Root 34 VMI 14 @ Virginia 19 East Carolina 27 @ Virginia Tech 13 Delaware 21 @ Navy 20 @ Ohio 7 @ Furman 23 Appalachian State 22 The Citadel 10 @ Richmond 210 Totals

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35 12 47 27 16 39 24 62 23 31 17 333

1986 NCAA PLAYOFFS Record: 9-3 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 42 Colgate 37 VMI 30 @ Bucknell 24 Harvard 44 @ Lehigh 24 @ Delaware 33 @ James Madison 41 @ Virginia 32 Princeton 7 Holy Cross 21 @ Richmond 17 * Delaware 352 Totals

21 22 13 0 34 18 42 37 14 31 14 51 297

1987 Record: 5-6 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 25 @ E. Tennessee State 27 @ Navy 7 @ Colgate 28 Lehigh 34 @ Yale 14 Delaware 22 James Madison 17 vs. VMI (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 31 Bucknell 7 @ Holy Cross 20 Richmond 232 Totals

49 17 19 27 40 38 28 6 6 40 7 272

1988 EPSON IVY BOWL Record: 6-4-1 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 23 @ Virginia 30 VMI 14 Lehigh 10 @ James Madison 35 @ Delaware 33 New Hampshire 14 Villanova 24 @ Georgia 30 Wofford 28 Colgate 19 @ Richmond 73 * Japan All-Stars 260 Totals

31 7 6 3 38 31 14 59 14 3 24 3 230

1989 NCAA PLAYOFFS Record: 8-3-1 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 17 Colgate 13 24 @ VMI 17 31 @ Princeton 31 12 @ Virginia 24 27 Delaware 24 13 vs. Boston U (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 10 17 @ Villanova 20 55 @ Lehigh 39 34 East Tennessee State 28 24 James Madison 21 22 Richmond 10 10 * Furman 24 286 Totals 261

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1991 Record: 5-6 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 48 @ Boston University 21 Delaware 26 @ Navy 28 James Madison 36 @ North Carolina 40 @ VMI 24 The Citadel 21 @ Villanova 37 @ Lehigh 13 Samford 49 Richmond 343 Totals

22 28 21 29 59 26 17 35 41 35 7 320

1992 EPSON IVY BOWL Record: 9-2 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 21 VMI 31 Boston University 36 @ Harvard 51 Brown 21 @ Penn 43 Towson State 7 @ Virginia 14 @ James Madison 44 @ Colgate 26 Lehigh 34 @ Richmond 35 * Nihon University 328 Totals

16 21 16 6 19 15 33 21 26 13 19 19 205

1993 NCAA PLAYOFFS Record: 9-3 Yankee Record: 7-1 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 27 New Hampshire 35 @ Delaware 0 @ Tulane 45 Harvard 49 vs. VMI (Norfolk, VA - Oyster Bowl) 53 @ Northeastern 51 Villanova 31 James Madison 47 @ Maine 45 @ Massachusetts 31 Richmond 28 * @ McNeese St. 442 Totals

14 42 10 17 6 6 17 26 23 28 17 34 240

1994 Record: 8-3 Yankee Record: 6-2 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 38 @ Rhode Island 31 Delaware 28 @ Furman 45 VMI 3 @ Virginia 17 Northeastern 14 Massachusetts 7 @ James Madison 53 @ Villanova 17 Maine 21 @ Richmond 274 Totals 1995 Record: 7-4 Yankee Record: 5-3 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 16 @ Virginia 17 #7 James Madison 32 @ Northeastern 39 @ New Hampshire 27 @ VMI 23 Rhode Island 48 #22 Pennsylvania 9 @ Massachusetts 18 Villanova 20 @ #5 Delaware 27 #16 Richmond 276 Totals

17 7 26 7 37 12 23 33 28 0 20 210

1998 Record: 7-4 A-10 Record: 4-4 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 21 @ Rhode Island 49 VMI 24 Northeastern 28 @ #4 Villanova 45 @ Temple 52 #6 Delaware 24 @ James Madison 19 New Hampshire 41 @ #2 Hampton 26 #13 Connecticut 17 @ #8 Richmond 346 Totals

40 24 0 0 7 14 34 20 15 23 7 184

1999 Record: 6-5 A-10 Record: 5-3 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 27 @ #11 Delaware (2 OT) 9 @ NC State 6 Furman 42 @ Northeastern 45 #19 Villanova 20 #13 James Madison 35 @ VMI 37 Maine 24 @ Rhode Island 16 Massachusetts 34 @Richmond 295 Totals

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Yankee Conference Champions NCAA PLAYOFFS Record: 10-3 Yankee Record: 7-1 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 33 @ Central Florida 39 23 @ #22 Rhode Island 16 40 VMI 21 47 @ Bucknell 0 31 #20 New Hampshire 7 21 @ #17 James Madison 26 30 @ #9 Villanova 21 21 Northeastern 14 10 #6 Delaware (OT) 7 30 Massachusetts 6 28 @ Richmond 13 45 * #8 Jackson State 6 35 * @ #3 Northern Iowa 38 394 Totals 214 1997 Record: 7-4 A-10 Record: 4-4 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 31 Hampton 29 @ #23 Georgia Southern 41 @ VMI 22 @ New Hampshire 20 Boston U. 12 @ Northeastern 38 James Madison 38 @ Connecticut 13 #1 Villanova 0 @ #3 Delaware 10 Richmond 254 Totals

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2000 Record: 5-6 A-10 Record: 4-4 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 16 @ #2 Massachusetts 55 VMI 10 @ #8 Furman 7 @ Central Florida 31 @ Maine 26 Rhode Island 17 #4 Delaware 14 @ #16 James Madison 26 Northeastern 48 @ Villanova (OT) 18 #10 Richmond 268 Totals

13 0 21 45 38 45 12 31 34 34 42 315

2002 Record: 6-5 A-10 Record: 5-4 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 17 @ Indiana University 14 @ #11 Maine 62 VMI 45 Delaware 16 @ Hofstra 34 @ New Hampshire 30 #15 Northeastern 20 @ #11 Villanova 44 Rhode Island 31 @ James Madison (OT) 13 Richmond 326 Totals

34 38 52 30 10 30 14 13 6 25 14 266

2003 Record: 5-5 A-10 Record: 4-4 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 24 @ Western Michigan 34 @ VMI 14 @ #4 Northeastern Maine (Cancelled) 27 @ #4 Delaware 14 #7 Massachusetts 17 James Madison 37 @ Rhode Island 23 Hofstra 38 New Hampshire 59 @ Richmond 287 Totals

56 24 48 41 24 24 24 9 28 21 299

2004

36 15 34 52 28 16 28 28 15 41 21 314

2001

Atlantic 10 Champions NCAA PLAYOFFS Record: 8-4 A-10 Record: 7-2 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 31 @ #21 Massachusetts 34 @ VMI 23 @ East Carolina 38 #20 New Hampshire 28 #12 Hofstra 31 @ #4 Rhode Island 21 @ Delaware 42 #18 Maine 17 James Madison 23 @ Richmond 47 #15 Villanova 27 * @ #8 Appalachian State 362 Totals

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1990 NCAA PLAYOFFS Record: 10-3 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 31 @ The Citadel 37 Villanova 24 Connecticut 35 @ Virginia 22 @ Delaware 59 vs. VMI (Oyster Bowl - Norfolk, VA) 45 Bucknell 38 Lehigh 38 Furman 31 @ James Madison 31 @ Richmond 38 * Massachusetts 38 * @ Central Florida 467 Totals

10 0 38 28 34 34 17 20 10 20 44 40 295

Atlantic 10 Champions NCAA SEMIFINALS Record: 11-3 A-10 Record: 7-1 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 38 @ North Carolina 9 @ #10 New Hampshire 42 VMI 38 #16 Northeastern (OT) 37 @ Liberty 31 Rhode Island 28 @ #3 Delaware 41 @ Towson 37 #19 Villanova 27 @ #4 James Madison 38 Richmond 42 *#11 Hampton 44 *#10 Delaware (2 OT) 34 *#8 James Madison 486 Totals

49 7 6 35 17 24 31 16 29 24 14 35 38 48 373

2005 Record: 5-6 A-10 Record: 3-5 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 24 @ Marshall 41 @ VMI 29 @ Rhode Island 56 Liberty 42 #1 New Hampshire 44 @ Northeastern (2 OT) 44 Towson 21 @Villanova 29 James Madison 21 Delaware 7 @ #17 Richmond 358 Totals

36 7 48 0 10 41 13 35 30 22 41 283

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2006 Record: 3-8 A-10 Record: 1-7 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 14 @ Maryland 17 Maine 38 VMI 14 Hofstra 7 @ #10 Massachusetts 14 @ Liberty 17 @ #8 James Madison 31 Villanova 29 @ #21 Towson 14 @ Delaware 14 Richmond 209 Totals

27 20 6 16 48 13 31 35 28 28 31 283

2007 Record: 4-7 CAA Record: 2-6 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 31 #19 Delaware 63 @ VMI 48 Liberty (2 OT) 3 @ #17 Virginia Tech 27 Towson 24 @ Villanova 21 @ Maine 34 #4 Massachusetts 14 @ #20 Hofstra 34 #16 James Madison 20 @ #7 Richmond 319 Totals

49 16 41 44 22 63 20 48 38 55 31 427

2008 Record: 7-4 CAA Record: 5-3 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 24 @ N.C. State 52 VMI 42 Norfolk State 28 #14 Villanova 38 @ #4 New Hampshire 27 @ Delaware 34 Rhode Island 34 @ Towson 38 Northeastern 24 @ #1 James Madison 20 #6 Richmond (OT) 361 Totals

34 17 12 38 34 3 24 14 17 48 23 264

2009 NCAA SEMIFINALS Record: 11-3 CAA Record: 6-2 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 26 @ Virginia 33 Central Connecticut State 27 @ Norfolk State 30 Delaware 17 @ #2 Villanova 34 @ Northeastern 24 James Madison 39 @ Rhode Island 31 Towson 20 #7 New Hampshire 10 @ #4 Richmond 38 *#15 Weber State 24 @*#1 Southern Illinois 13 @*#2 Villanova 366 Totals

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CAA Champions NCAA PLAYOFFS Record: 8-4 CAA Record: 6-2 Coach: Jimmye Laycock 23 @ Massachusetts 45 VMI 21 @ Old Dominion 24 @ Maine 31 #1 Villanova 26 Rhode Island 17 #2 Delaware 17 @ North Carolina 13 @ #8 New Hampshire 24 @ James Madison 41 #18 Richmond 15 *#20 Georgia Southern 297 Totals

27 0 17 21 24 7 16 21 3 30 3 31 200

All-Time Overtime Contests Overall Record: 6-3 CAA Record: 5-3 Playoff Record: 1-0 Home Record: 4-1 Away Record: 2-2 Vs. Ranked Teams: 3-2 10 27 48 31 38 44 44 48 20 310

#6 Delaware (10/19/96) @ #11 Delaware (2 OT - 9/2/99) @ Villanova (11/11/00) @ James Madison (11/16/02) #16 Northeastern (10/2/04) *#10 Delaware (2 OT - 12/4/04) @ Northeastern (2 OT - 10/15/05) Liberty (2 OT - 9/15/07) #6 Richmond (11/22/08) Totals

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William and Mary Sports Information (757) 221-3344 (757) 221-2989 (fax)

PETE

Clawson SPORTS INFORMATION

Assistant A.D. Media Relations

Pete Clawson, now in his 17th year at the College, was promoted to Assistant Athletics Director for Media Relations during the summer of 2006. Clawson, a 1990 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, had spent the previous 12 years working in the College’s sports information office, including six as the Sports Information Director. In his current position, Clawson oversees all workings of the Media Relations Department and is the primary contact for the Tribe’s nationally-recognized football and men’s gymnastics programs. Prior to his stint at W&M, Clawson was an assistant at Fresno State. Clawson has also spent time as an assistant at his alma mater and at the University of Florida. A native of Dillsburg, Pa., Clawson and his wife, Catherine, were married on July 19, 2003 and reside in Williamsburg. The couple has two sons, Charlie, 3, and Marty, who was born last November.

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Assistant Director Media Relations

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Sports Information Student Assistants: Alex Farina, Peter Hayes, Wes Stukenbroker

Athletics/SID Directory — All Area Codes are 757 Athletics Department...................................221-3400 Football Office..............................................221-3337 Ticket Office.................................................221-3340 Marketing Office..........................................221-3353 Tribe Club.....................................................221-3350 Facilities/Operations....................................221-3355 Sports Medicine...........................................221-3407 Business Office.............................................221-3372 Zable Press Box............................................221-3414

Pete Clawson............................................... 221-3369 ......................................................pmclaw@wm.edu Rob Turner................................................... 221-3370 .........................................................rrturn@wm.edu Kris Sears.................................................... 221-3368 ........................................................ kasear@wm.edu Jacob Skipper.............................................. 221-3344 ..........................................................jcskip@wm.edu Scott Burns.................................................. 221-3344 ........................................................sburns@wm.edu Julia Martin................................................. 221-3412 ........................................................jrmar2@wm.edu

Game Credentials Please make all press and photo requests at least one week in advance. Tickets and parking passes can be mailed with one week’s notice. If not, tickets can be picked up, with proper credentials, at the Will Call Window at Zable Stadium on the morning of the game. Press Parking Parking for members of the working press is available just southeast of Zable Stadium in front of the University Center. Space is limited in the lot, please arrive early. For directions to Zable Stadium, visit TribeAthletics.com and click on the Facilities and Directions link. Photographers Please observe the NCAA rules, which prohibit photographers between the 25 yard lines. Press Box Services Located atop the East grandstand of Zable Stadium, the press box officially opens two hours prior to kickoff. Pregame notes, flip cards and programs will be available prior to the start. Complete halftime statistics, as well as final team and individual statistics, and quotes are available immediately following the game. Radio Visiting radio lines may be rented by non-conference opponents through the Sports Information Office at a cost of $75 per line. The radio booth for the visiting team is located at the south end of the press box on the lower level. Radio stations should make arrangements at least a month in advance. Requests for the line will be honored on a first-come, first-served basis. Visiting Film Crews Space will be allotted in the West Press Box for film and video crews of visiting teams’ coaches’ shows. We will provide two spots per team. The press box is open air, please plan and dress accordingly. Post-Game Procedures Head coach Jimmye Laycock and the visiting coach will be available about 10 minutes after the game in an interview area located in the Laycock Football Center. Individual W&M players’ names should be given to Pete Clawson during the fourth quarter, and they will be made available in the interview room. Interviews All requests for interviews must be directed through the Sports Information Office. Players are available Monday morning until noon Thursday. Weekly Press Conference A press conference with head coach Jimmye Laycock will be held every Tuesday at noon at the Hospitality House in Williamsburg. Interviews with selected players will follow the luncheon. Please confirm your attendance with Pete Clawson in the Sports Information Office at least 24 hours in advance at (757) 221-3369 or pmclaw@wm.edu.

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