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Central OklahOma FOOtball histOry 4UCO ranks fourth among NCAA Division II teams in all-time wins (595). 4The Bronchos have made 10 playoff appearances and captured two national championships. 4UCO has won 31 conference/division titles. 4The Bronchos have had 113 All-Americans and more than 500 All-Conference players. 4UCO has won more games than any other Oklahoma college team besides the University of Oklahoma. 4The Bronchos have won seven or more games in a season 38 times. 4UCO has had seven Harlon Hill Trophy candidates (Division II Player of the Year): RB Tyrone Jones (1993), RB Joe Aska (1994), RB Reggie Donner (1998), WR Dee Dee Carter (2001), RB Jarrod Manoy (2003), QB Justin Allgood (2004) and RB Joshua Birmingham (2010). 4The Bronchos have had dozens of players in the NFL and former star Keith Traylor won three Super Bowl rings during a 17-year career. 4UCO plays its home games in Wantland Stadium, a 10,000-seat facility that ranks as one of the finest in Division II football.


2012 Central Oklahoma Football Schedule August 30 Missouri Southern* Edmond First meeting. The Bronchos make their MIAA debut on a Thursday night.

7:00 p.m.

September 8 Pittsburg State*

6:00 p.m.

Pittsburg, Kan.

PSU leads the series 5-3-1. The Gorillas are the defending NCAA Division II national champions.

15 Emporia State* UCO leads the series 9-3-1. The two teams first met in 1928.

Emporia, Kan.

1:00 p.m.

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Edmond

2:35 p.m.

Washburn*

WU leads the series 1-0. The two teams played for the first time last year in Topeka, Kan.

29 Missouri Western*

October

6 Northwest Missouri*

Edmond

Warrensburg, Mo.

Jefferson City, Mo.

2:00 p.m.

First meeting. UCO returns from an open week to play its final road game of the season.

November 3 Southwest Baptist* (Homecoming)

Edmond

Edmond

1:30 p.m.

First meeting. The Mules are one of eight teams on the schedule who had a winning record in 2011.

27 Lincoln*

1:00 p.m.

The series is tied 2-2. The Bronchos meet a 2011 playoff team for the third straight week.

13 Central Missouri*

6:00 p.m.

General Information

St. Joseph, Mo.

MWSU leads the series 2-0. UCO opened the 2005 and ‘06 seasons against the Griffons.

2:00 p.m.

UCO leads the series 2-1. The Bronchos begin a season-ending two-game homestand.

10 Northeastern State*

1:00 p.m.

UCO leads the series 45-25-2. The teams are tied 7-7 in the President’s Cup battle, which started in 1998. *-Denotes Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association game. All times are Central Standard Time and subject to change.

Table Of Contents General Information

2012 Schedule ............................................................. 1/Back Cover UCO Quick Facts/Phone Directory ............................................... 2

About UCO

University of Central Oklahoma .................................................4-5 Edmond............................................................................................ 6 Oklahoma City................................................................................. 7 Wantland Stadium............................................................................ 8 UCO Hall of Fame........................................................................... 9 Athletic Administration ...........................................................10-11 Media Information......................................................................... 12

Coaches

Head Coach Nick Bobeck.............................................................. 14 Assistant Coaches ................................................................... 15-18

Season Outlook/The Players

Season Outlook ........................................................................20-21 Pre-season Roster ................................................................... 22-23 Player Profiles...........................................................................24-44

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Opponent Information...............................................................46-50 The Last Time................................................................................ 51 2011 Game-by-Game Review ..................................................52-56 2011 Team/Individual Statistics ...............................................57-58

Records

UCO Records .......................................................................... 60-65 Wantland Stadium Records .......................................................... 66

History

All-Conference Players ............................................................68-70 All-Americans ............................................................................... 71 NFL Draft Picks/NFL Players ....................................................... 72 Playoff History .........................................................................73-75 All-time Lettermen ...................................................................76-80 Season-by-Season Results........................................................81-85 Coaching Records ......................................................................... 86 Margins of Victory/Streaks/Milestone Games .............................. 87 All-time Series Records................................................................. 88 The MIAA................................................................................... IBC

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football UCO Quick Facts

General Information

Mailing Address: University of Central Oklahoma 100 North University Edmond, OK 73034 Founded: Dec. 24, 1890 President: Dr. Don Betz Athletic Director: Joe Muller Senior Associate Athletic Director: Scott Williams Assistant AD/Business Manager: Tina Kurtenbach Director of Athletic Compliance: Darnell Smith Director of Compliance Monitoring: Collin Walker Athletic Trainer: Ed Kabrick Faculty Representative: Trey Cone National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association Nickname: Bronchos School Colors: Bronze and Blue Enrollment: 17,101 Stadium (Capacity): Wantland Stadium (10,000) Playing Surface: FieldTurf

Football Facts

Head Coach: Nick Bobeck Years, Record at UCO: First year Years, Career Record: Four years, 42-5 (junior college) Assistant Coaches: Russ Pickett, Chris Martin, Ryan Belsher, Tom Howe, Walter Moreham Graduate Assistant Coaches: Keith Barefield, Tyler Holland, Hans Plum, Jake Smith Strength and Conditioning Coach: Jacob Black 2011 Record: 2-9 2011 Conference Record/Finish: Played as independent in 2011 Lettermen Returning: 28 (10 offense, 16 defense, two kickers) Lettermen Lost: 27 (13 offense, 14 defense) Starters Returning: 13 (five offense, six defense, two kickers) Starters Lost: 11 (six offense, five defense)

Football History

First Year of Football: 1902 All-time Record: 595-359-46 Years in Playoffs: 10 (1962, 1972, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2003) All-time Playoff Record: 10-8 National Championships: Two (1962, 1982) Last Playoff Appearance: 2003 (Lost in quarterfinals)

Media Relations

Director of Athletic Media Relations: Mike Kirk Office: (405) 974-2142 Home: (405) 348-4897 Cell: (405) 615-2233 Email: mkirk@uco.edu Media Relations Fax: (405) 974-3820 Wantland Stadium Press Box: (405) 974-3174

Football Staff Directory

(405 Area Code) Athletic Department................................................................... 974-2500   Gena Waugh (gwaugh@uco.edu) Athletic Director........................................................................ 974-2502   Joe Muller (jmuller2@uco.edu) Senior Associate Athletic Director............................................. 974-2137   Scott Williams (jwilliams129@uco.edu) Head Coach................................................................................ 974-2147   Nick Bobeck (nbobeck@uco.edu) Assistant Coach (Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs).....974-3499   Russ Pickett (rpickett@uco.edu) Assistant Coach (Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line) ........ 974-2919   Chris Martin (cmartin8@uco.edu) Assistant Coach (Co-offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks)......974-3432   Ryan Belsher (rbelsher@uco.edu) Assistant Coach (Special Teams Coordinator/Linebackers)......974-3431   Tom Howe (thowe2@uco.edu) Assistant Coach (Defensive Line).............................................974-3439   Walter Moreham (wmoreham@uco.edu) Head Trainer ..............................................................................974-2188   Ed Kabrick (ekabrick@uco.edu)

School Nickname

“Bronchos” was the nickname selected for Central Oklahoma in 1922 by Mrs. C.W. Wantland, wife of long-time UCO football coach C.W. Wantland. The name was chosen from a number of suggestions for the name of UCO’s football team and became the nickname for all athletic teams at the school. Mrs. Wantland was made an honorary member of the Letterman’s Club for selecting the nickname, becoming the first woman admitted to that organization.

School Colors

Bronze and blue were chosen as Central Oklahoma’s school colors in 1895 by school president Edmund Dandridge Murdaugh. The first public display of the bronze and blue was in Guthrie when a student represented UCO in the first oratorical contest ever held in Oklahoma.

About The Cover

Design work for the front and back covers of the 2012 Central Oklahoma football media guide was done by Craig Beuchaw, UCO Art Director. Featured on the front cover is (l to r): Joshua Birmingham, head coach Nick Bobeck and Sam Moses.

Production Credits

Get the latest on the Bronchos at: www.bronchosports.com

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The 2012 UCO football media guide was written, edited and designed by Mike Kirk of the UCO Athletic Media Relations Office. Photographs were provided by Dan Smith, director of UCO Photographic Services Department. The 2012 media guide was printed at the UCO printCentral, NUC 146.

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University of Central Oklahoma The University of Central Oklahoma prepares future leaders in an opportunity-rich environment, ideally located in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. Central offers an innovative learning community where teaching comes first and students develop personal relationships with faculty and staff who are committed to transforming lives. With 114 undergraduate majors and 54 graduate programs, Central is a smart investment for students dedicated to their future success. UCO is home to students from throughout Oklahoma, as well as all 50 states and more than 100 countries. Among Central’s many unique and notable academic programs are Forensic Science, Accounting, Music Theater, Professional Golf Management, Jazz Studies, Mass Communication, Nursing, and Funeral Science. Central is: • Home to the world-renown Forensic Science Institute, which attracts experts from throughout the world to teach students and law enforcement professionals the latest techniques in crime fighting. • Rated by The Chronicle of Higher Education as one of the “2010 Great Colleges to Work For.” • Winner of multiple national and statewide awards for sustainability efforts • An official Olympic and Paralympic Training Site, as designated by the U.S. Olympic Committee. • Home to the Academy of Contemporary Music at UCO, located in Oklahoma City’s Bricktown district. • Partnered with Chesapeake Energy to build the CHK-Central Boathouse on the Oklahoma River, which will house Central’s rowing team as well as an entertainment venue and an art gallery. • Home to 2008 Carnegie Foundation Professor of the Year, Dr. Wei Chen. • Ranked among the top universities nationally in residence life. In Fall 2010, Central opened the new state-of-the-art Center for Transformative Learning, a classroom building designed intentionally to encourage collaboration and creativity in its learning spaces. In addition, Central’s appealing 210-acre campus is on track to become a certified botanical garden, offering both a pleasing learning and living environment and a source of pride for students, employees and alumni. Founded in 1890, the University of Central Oklahoma is the state’s first public institution of higher learning, and continues to cultivate creativity and innovation in every corner of campus, bringing to life its core values of Character, Community and Civility each day.

UCO Quick Facts

Founded: December 24, 1890 Location: Edmond, Oklahoma President: Dr. Don Betz Enrollment: 17,101 Faculty: More than 400 full-time professors with an additional 380 professionals from the community serving as adjunct faculty. A full 75 percent of faculty members have earned doctorates. Student/Faculty Ratio: 19:1 Student Representation: Students come from all 50 states and more than 100 countries. Academic Divisions: Five undergraduate colleges and a college of graduate studies and research. Degrees: UCO awards 10 bachelor’s degrees with 114 undergraduate majors and 112 options. There are six master’s degrees with 24 majors and 47 options. UCO also offers a Funeral Service Certificate Program. School Calendar: Two 16-week semesters (fall and spring) and an 8-week summer session. Library: The Chambers Library exceeds 1.4 million volumes of books, microforms, periodicals and government documents. Organizations: More than 200 clubs and organizations on campus. Accreditation: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools; Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs; National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education; American Speech and Hearing Association; American Dietetic Association; American Chemical Society; National League of Nursing and other professional program organizations.

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football University of Central Oklahoma Best of the Best

Several of UCO’s programs have attracted regional -- and even national -- attention: • Oklahoma’s largest and oldest college of education has graduated more than 50,000 teachers since 1890. • A broadcasting communication program annually recognized as one of the best in the region for technology. • A theatre arts department specializing in providing opportunities for incoming freshmen on stage and production. • The state’s largest computing science department. • Graduates from the department of nursing and pre-medical programs consistently score well above the state average of 88 percent passing. • The region’s only master’s of science degree program in forensic science. • The only photojournalism degree in the state. • The only forensic science program in this region of the United States. • Oklahoma’s first and only funeral service program. • The Academy of Contemporary Music at UCO (ACM@UCO) was started in 2009.

Campus Life

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While activities are abundant in Edmond and near-by Oklahoma City, students will never be bored on the UCO campus. Last year alone, students experienced activities ranging from concerts, Greek Week, athletic and multicultural events. • Concerts • Homecoming Activities (parade, tailgate party) • Comedians • Earth Day • Stampede Week - UCO’s “Welcome Back” week • Mr. and Miss UCO Pageant • Miss Black UCO Pageant • Largest “Battle of the Bands” concert in the state • Musicals • Native American Pow Wow • Greek Week • Central Follies • Leadership Workshops

Greek Life

Join one of the 18 national sororities and fraternities that maintain active chapters at UCO. Lifelong associations and promotion of high standards of leadership are among the benefits members enjoy. Houses near campus provide a comfortable place to meet, yet allow the freedom to choose other housing options. Fraternities Acacia Alpha Phi Alpha Kappa Sigma Omega Psi Phi Phi Beta Sigma Phi Kappa Alpha Sigma Nu Sigma Tau Gamma Tau Kappa Epsilon Sororities Alpha Gamma Delta Alpha Kappa Alpha Alpha Xi Delta Delta Sigma Theta Delta Zeta Sigma Gamma Rho Sigma Lambda Gamma Sigma Kappa Zeta Phi Beta

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Edmond is located in the heart of Oklahoma, just north of the state capital in Oklahoma City, and has a population of over 80,000 as one of the fastest growing cities in the state. Edmond has the best of both worlds including easy access to the city with just enough distance to maintain a close-knit community atmosphere. The city offers outstanding hotels, nostalgic shopping areas and conveniently located attractions for your enjoyment. Known for its outstanding golf courses, Edmond has hosted some of the most exciting PGA and celebrity events in the past two decades at world-famous Oak Tree Golf Club. Edmond is the fastest growing, most economically dynamic city in Oklahoma. Thriving technology firms, diverse retail and commercial opportunities, and small corporate office headquarters have enhanced our reputation as the affluent residential suburb to the metropolitan area. The local economy is booming. Retail trade has doubled just since 1990, commercial building permits continue at a record pace, and national retailers are building Edmond locations at an unparalleled rate. Home values have appreciated significantly, with MultiList average sales prices increasing 19.5% since 1994. Home sales are brisk, with average time on the market of close to 90 days for most price ranges. New home and commercial construction have contributed nearly a billion dollars to the economy since 1994 alone. There are many more activities in Edmond, with a variety of music, art, theatre, water and sporting events that make for spectacular family fun. Edmond is also just minutes south of historic Guthrie, which offers a variety of cozy bed-and-breakfast establishments along with the LazyE-Arena that is home to a number of rodeo events every year.

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The largest city in the state, Oklahoma City is located just minutes from Edmond at the crossroads of I-35, I-40 and I-44 in the heart of Oklahoma. The second largest city in the continental United States based on geographical size, more than 1.1 million people call metro Oklahoma City area home. Oklahoma City is surrounded by more than a dozen communities and offers a diverse landscape of hip, urban culture and charming, old-fashioned neighborhoods for visitors and residents alike. Oklahoma City’s climate is mild, with four distinct seasons and an average temperature of 60 degrees. With more than 3,000 hours of sunshine per year, outdoor recreation and activities are plentiful in Oklahoma City. As a city that redefines itself, Oklahoma City’s hip, spirited environment blends with its deep western heritage to create a place where culture and commerce thrive. With renowned festivals, national sporting events, treasure-filled museums and a variety of districts highlighting arts and entertainment, the possibilities for adventure and fun in Oklahoma City are endless. One of the main attractions in Oklahoma City is Bricktown, an area filled with shops, restaurants and clubs in the middle of downtown. Also located in downtown is the Chesapeake Arena, home of the wildly popular Oklahoma City Thunder of the NBA.

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Central Oklahoma will celebrate its 48th year of play in Wantland Stadium during the 2012 season. The 10,000-seat facilty has undergone massive renovations over the past several years and now ranks as one of the finest football stadiums in NCAA Division II. Artificial turf, new lighting and a state-of-the-art scoreboard were added to Wantland Stadium in 2003, while a three-level press box that includes club seating and new stands on both sides of the field were installed in 2005. New FieldTurf was put in last year. Named after long-time UCO head coach C.W. Wantland, the Bronchos played their first game in the stadium on Sept. 18, 1965, shutting out College of Ozarks (Ark.) 31-0. UCO has had nine undefeated home seasons and the Bronchos have a 155-81-5 record in Wantland Stadium, a 65.4 winning percentage. UCO’s month-by-month record in the facility is: September, 51-25-2 (66.7 percent); October, 63-36-2 (63.4); November, 39-19-1 (66.9) and December, 2-1-0 (66.7). UCO’s longest winning streak at Wantland Stadium is 13, set from 1969-71. The Bronchos are 5-1 in playoff games at Wantland Stadium, topped by a 14-11 win over Mesa State on Dec. 18, 1982 in the NAIA national championship game that was televised live on USA Network. Wantland Stadium is also the home field for all three Edmond high school teams (Memorial, North and Santa Fe) and has hosted the Oklahoma All-State Football Game numerous times.

Record Vs. Wantland Stadium Opponents Opponent Abilene Christian Angelo State Arkansas Tech Bacone Black Hills State Cal State-Northridge Cameron Chadron State East Central Eastern New Mexico Emporia State Evangel Fort Hays State Harding Henderson State Howard Payne Langston Lindenwood Mesa State Midwestern State Missouri Western Morningside Nebraska-Kearney Northeastern State Northwestern Oklahoma Northern Colorado Northwest Missouri Oklahoma Panhandle Ouachita Baptist Ozarks Pittsburg State

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

Pct. .800 .458 .000 1.000 1.000 .500 .727 1.000 .794 .647 .000 1.000 .667 1.000 .333 1.000 .846 .000 .800 .667 .000 1.000 .000 .438 .909 .000 .000 .875 1.000 1.000 .333

Last Meeting, Result 2007, UCO won 27-17 2006, UCO won 30-24 OT 2001, ATU won 32-26 2002, UCO won 56-21 2011, UCO won 30-17 1992, UCO won 14-0 1992, UCO won 44-6 1998, UCO won 21-19 2011, UCO won 41-21 2007, ENMU won 21-7 2007, ESU won 17-7 1979, UCO won 55-0 2011, FHSU won 38-21 1999, UCO won 42-30 1983, UCO won 56-14 1986, UCO won 31-7 1998, UCO won 29-13 2011, LU won 48-14 2003, UCO won 42-16 2010, MSU won 30-24 2006, MW won, 32-29 OT 1966, UCO won 22-2 1994, UNK won 22-21 2011, NSU won 35-7 2006, UCO won 31-26 1977, UNC won 21-7 1991, NM won 38-14 1980, UCO won 27-17 1998, UCO won 48-7 1965, UCO won 31-0 2010, PSU won 31-20

Opponent W-L-T Presbyterian 1-0-0 Saginaw Valley 0-1-0 Southeastern Oklahoma 10-5-1 Southwestern Oklahoma 13-5-0 Southern Utah 2-0-0 Southwest Baptist 0-1-0 Southwest Missouri 3-0-0 Tarleton State 4-2-0 Texas A&M-Commerce 7-6-0 Texas A&M-Kingsville 3-8-0 Texas Lutheran 2-1-0 Western New Mexico 1-0-0 Western State 2-0-0 Western Washington 0-1-0 West Texas A&M 4-3-0 Overall Record 155-81-5

Pct. 1.000 .000 .656 .722 1.000 .000 1.000 .750 .538 .300 .667 1.000 1.000 .000 .571 .654

Last Meeting, Result 1979, UCO won 28-6 1983, SV won 14-13 2010, SOSU won 56-55 2009, UCO won 41-23 1993, UCO won 21-20 2009, SBU won 31-23 1973, UCO won 21-0 2010, UCO won 37-21 2010, A&M won, 31-30 2008, TAMK won 41-6 1979, UCO won 30-20 1991, UCO won 16-6 1969, UCO won 42-6 2002, WWU won 24-16 2008, WT won 49-18

Wantland Stadium Streaks

4UCO’s longest winning streak at Wantland Stadium is 13 games -- all six in 1969, all five in 1970 and the first two in 1971. 4UCO’s longest losing streak at Wantland Stadium is six games -- the last four of 1989 and the first two of 1990. 4UCO has had nine undefeated seasons at Wantland Stadium -- 1965 (5-0), 1969 (6-0), 1970 (5-0), 1979 (5-0), 1982 (5-0), 1996 (7-0), 1998 (8-0), 2000 (4-0) and 2003 (5-0).

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Media Information Media Outlets Edmond

Edmond Evening Sun ............................................................. 341-2121 PO Box 2470, Edmond 73083 Sports Editor Edmond Life and Leisure ........................................................340-3311 107 S Broadway, Edmond 73034 Steve Gust, sports editor The Vista ................................................................................. 974-5570 UCO, Communications Bldg., Edmond 73034 Sports Editor KCSU-TV 29 .......................................................................... 974-2589 UCO, Communications Annex, Edmond 73034 Sports Director

Oklahoma City

The Oklahoman ...................................................................... 475-3314 PO Box 25125, Oklahoma City 73125 Mike Sherman, sports editor; Scott Munn, assistant sports editor

KFOR-TV (NBC)..................................................................... 478-6366 PO Box 14068, Oklahoma City 73113 Bob Barry Jr., sports director KOCO-TV (ABC) ................................................................... 478-6681 PO Box 14555, Oklahoma City 73113 Bob Irzyk, sports director KOKH-TV (Fox) ..................................................................... 843-2525 1228 E. Wilshire Blvd., Oklahoma City, OK, 73111 Myron Patton, sports director KSBI-TV ................................................................................. 470-8306 P.O. Box 720553, Oklahoma City, OK 73172 Mark Van Paasschen, sports director KWTV (CBS).......................................................................... 841-9954 PO Box 14159, Oklahoma City 73113 Dean Blevins, sports director

Tulsa

Tulsa World....................................................................(918) 581-8355 PO Box 1770, Tulsa 74102 Michael Peters, sports editor

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The Wantland Stadium press box is reserved for working media only and requests for press credentials should be made at least a week in advance to the UCO Athletic Media Relations Office. Credentials will be mailed if time permits or they will be left at the will call window, located at the ticket booth on the southwest side of Wantland Stadium. If requested, limited parking space is available for the media in the lot just west of Hamilton Field House.

Photographers

All photographers must have their photo passes visible at all times while on the sideline working UCO football games, with violators subject to removal from the field. NCAA rules prohibit photographers from being in the team areas between the 25-yard lines. Use of tripods is restricted to the ends of the playing field. The third level of the press box may also be used.

Press Box Service

Complete individual and team statistics and a running play-by-play will be distributed in the press box after the completion of each game. A pre-game meal will be available an hour before kickoff. There are ample telephone/internet lines available for media use.

Broadcast Service

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Associated Press .................................................................... 236-0663 500 N. Broadway, Oklahoma City 73102 Sports Editor

Press Credentials

One courtesy line (405-974-3185) is available for the visiting team’s flagship radio station, with space available for four people. All line charges are the responsibility of the visiting station.

Interview Policy

To arrange a player or coach interview prior to game day please contact the UCO Athletic Media Relations Office (405-974-2142) so that a time convenient for both parties can be arranged.

UCO Athletic Media Relations Office The Central Oklahoma Athletic Media Relations Office is under the direction of Mike Kirk, whose main duty is to keep local, state and national media informed about UCO’s 14 varsity sports. Kirk is in his 25th year with the Bronchos, coming to UCO in November 1987. Mike started his career in sports information as a student assistant at Oklahoma State University, where he Mike Kirk worked for four years before graduating in 1982 with a journalism degree. He was a sports writer at newspapers in McAlester and Lawton for five years before starting his UCO career on Nov. 2, 1987. An active member of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) who has served on several committees during his career, Kirk worked as the Press Information Manager for wrestling at the 1996 Olympic Games. He is in his third year as a member of the NCAA Wrestling Championships Committee, serving as the chair of the Division II Committee in 2012-13. Kirk has received 56 CoSIDA publication awards at UCO, including 25 Best in the Nation citations. Mike is married (Debbie) and has two children (Alex and Jessica).

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Athletic Administration President Dr. Don Betz

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Now in his second year as Central Oklahoma’s president is Dr. Don Betz, who became the school’s 20th president in August 2011 after having previously served as UCO’s Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs from 1999-2005. President Betz developed several initiatives and programs that helped transform Central into one of the leading metropolitan universities in the nation during his first stint at the school and he’s been the driving force in making UCO a destination of choice in higher education since his return to campus. President Betz has enjoyed a distinguished career in higher education that spans more than 40 years, developing a reputation for teaching and encouraging students, leadership development and diplomacy through his international activities, most notably with the United Nations and its affiliated non-government organizations. Prior to returning to UCO, he served as president of Northeastern State, a post he held for three years. He also served as Chancellor at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls from 2005 until his appointment at NSU and as Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Palmer College (Iowa) from 1994-1999. In the 23 years prior, he fulfilled various capacities at NSU, including the Vice President of University Relations and Professor of Political Science. While at NSU, he also was the Executive Director of the Educational Foundation, Assistant to the President, Dean of Continuing Education and Special Programs, Director of the Sequoyah Institute/Center for Tribal Studies, the founder and advisor of the university’s President’s Leadership Class and its Model United Nations program. From 1982 through 2003, President Betz worked for and with the United Nations on Middle East issues. He founded and chaired the International Coordinating Committee on the Question of Palestine (ICCP), a UN-affiliated non-governmental organization (NGO) network pursuing peace in the Middle East based on UN resolutions. A frequent writer and speaker, Dr. Betz has addressed international, educational, motivational topics, and has worked with newspapers, radio and television. His life-long interest in global issues and his passion for promoting cross-cultural understanding has led him to more than 80 countries. While president at NSU, he served as the chair of the Northeast Oklahoma Public Facility Authority, board member for BancFirst in Tahlequah, the Tahlequah Area Chamber of Commerce, Creative Oklahoma, Inc., and chair of the Regional University System of Oklahoma Council of Presidents. He is a member of the Oklahoma Academy, Leadership Oklahoma, Universities and Colleges President’s Climate Commitment, International Association of University Presidents and has served as Chairman of AASCU’s International Education Committee. President Betz received his B.A. in Political Science and Philosophy from the University of San Francisco and his M.A. and Ph.D. in International Studies from the Graduate School of International Studies at the University of Denver. He also completed Harvard University’s Institute for Educational Management.

Athletic Director Joe Muller Now in his fifth year as athletic director at Central Oklahoma is Joe Muller, who has helped return the Bronchos to national prominence in NCAA Division II. UCO finished 32nd among more than 300 Division II schools in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings for 2011-12, the highest finish in nearly 15 years for the Bronchos, and the athletic department’s fund-raising efforts have reached new heights. Muller brought a wealth of Division I experience when he became just the seventh athletic director in school history in July of 2008 after previous stints at Oklahoma State and Purdue. Joe served as senior associate athletic director for external relations at Purdue for two years before coming to UCO. He oversaw all facets of external relations while at Purdue, including development, marketing and promotions and the John Purdue Club. A graduate of Stillwater High School, Joe earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from OSU. He served as director of athletic marketing and promotions at OSU from 1985-90 and then was involved in the television industry for more than a decade. Muller returned to Oklahoma State in 2002 as associate athletic director, serving in that capacity until going to Purdue. His duties included all development activities of the athletic department and under Muller’s watch, OSU raised over $90 million to renovate its football stadium, set football attendance records in 2003, ’04 and ’05 and had all-sport ticket revenues increase more than 115 percent. Joe is married (Julie) and has three sons (Jaxon, Brandon and Matthew).

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Athletic Administration Senior Associate Athletic Director Scott Williams Scott Williams is in his third year as Central Oklahoma’s senior associate athletic director, coming to Edmond in December of 2009 after a nearly five-year stint at Oklahoma State. His main duties include overseeing UCO’s athletic facilities and the day-to-day operations of the athletic department and he was the event manager for three NCAA Division II regional tournaments the Bronchos hosted in 2011-12 -- soccer, wrestling and softball. Williams was associate athletic director for compliance at OSU for three years, overseeing the entire compliance program. He spent the previous two years at OSU as assistant athletic director for compliance, with the responsibility of seven varsity programs. Scott spent seven years as assistant athletic director for compliance at Oral Roberts before going to OSU. He was responsible for all compliance-related matters in addition to supervising eight varsity programs and coordinating all event management activities for home athletic events at ORU. A 1995 graduate of OSU, Williams earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma in 1998 and worked in the University of Kansas athletic department before going to ORU. Scott, a product of Deer Creek High School outside Edmond, is married (Tammy) and has four children (J.R., Matthew, Hannah and Luke).

Assistant Athletic Director/Business Tina Kurtenbach

Athletic C0mpliance Darnell Smith Serving as Central Oklahoma’s Director of Athletic Compliance is Darnell Smith, who took over the position in June of 2010 after serving in the same capacity at the University of New Mexico. A native of San Antonio, Texas, Smith was a fouryear member of the Oklahoma State football team from 2002-06 at defensive end. He was a three-time recipient of the Arthur Ashe Scholar award at OSU and also earned second-team honors on the ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America Team. Darnell was named OSU’s Outstanding Senior and earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from there. He served as a graduate assistant in the OSU compliance office in 2007-08 and worked as a management development trainee for the United States Olympic Committee from June 2008 to February 2009. Smith went to New Mexico in February of 2009 and was there until coming to UCO. He is married (Candace).

Athletic Tickets Gunner Poff Gunnar Poff is in his third year with the Central Oklahoma Athletic Department, coordinating ticket sales for the Bronchos while also assisting in a host of other roles related to game-day operations. A native of Sayre, Poff earned his bachelor’s degree in health and physical education from Southwestern Oklahoma in 2007. Gunnar was a pitcher on the baseball team while at SWOSU. He went on to earn a master’s of education in intercollegiate athletics administration in 2009 from the University of Oklahoma, working in the office of event management during his tenure with the Sooners. Poff is married (Tessa) and has two daughters (Presley and Piper).

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Athletic Compliance Collin Walker Collin Walker is in his second year with the Central Oklahoma athletic department as the director of compliance monitoring for the Bronchos. Walker worked as an intern for senior associate athletic director Scott Williams in the spring of 2010. He was also an intern for the Oklahoma City Thunder prior to earning his Juris Doctorate from Oklahoma City University in May, 2010. A native of Stillwater, Collin earned an associate’s degree from Central Christian College (Kan.) before going to Oklahoma State. He served as a manager for the OSU men’s basketball team from 2002-05 before earning his bachelor’s degree and then worked as a graduate assistant with the OSU team in 2006-07. He was also an intern in the OSU compliance office. Walker earned his master’s in sports science from the United States Sport Academy in Daphne, Ala. in 2007.

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In her sixth year as the assistant athletic director for business is Tina Kurtenbach, who came to UCO from the University of Oklahoma. Kurtenbach manages more than 130 budgets in handling the day-to-day financial operations of the UCO Athletic Department while also taking care of human resources in the department and a variety of other duties. Tina served as the financial accountant for the College of Medicine at OU before coming to Edmond. She previously worked in the Redlands Community College Athletic Department, in the bursar office for financial aid at Oklahoma State and as financial manager for the Broken Arrow High School Athletic Department. Kurtenbach received her associates degree from Redlands and her bachelor’s from Northeastern State. Tina is married (Dan) and has two sons (D.J. and Josh).

Athletic Marketing Brandon Baker In his second year with the Central Oklahoma athletic department is Brandon Baker, who is responsible for corporate sponsorships and marketing for athletic events on the UCO campus, working with local, regional and national businesses to create memorable experiences for both fans and sponsors. Baker was at the Oklahoma City RedHawks for 10 years before coming to UCO, working with corporate sponsorships, baseball operations, game-day experience and ticket office manager. He spent two years prior to that with the West Tennessee Diamond Jaxx, a minor league affiliate of the Chicago Cubs. A native of Fulton, Mo., Baker is a University of Missouri graduate and was involved with the Mizzou chapter of Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Baker is married (Erin) and has two sons (Benjamin and Evan).

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The University of Central Oklahoma Athletic Hall of Fame was established in 1990 to honor and recognize the many outstanding student-athletes, coaches, administrators and other supporters who have played a key role in the success of UCO athletics over the past 100-plus years. Two former football players will be part of the nine new members who will be inducted this fall -- Johnnie Jones, a two-time All-America defensive back for the Bronchos in the late-1990s, and Don Jimerson from the 1950s. That will bring to 107 the number of UCO Athletic Hall of Famers, with 40 of those having played or coached football at least one season for the Bronchos as many former athletic greats were multi-sport standouts during their collegiate careers. Here’s a look at the members of the UCO Athletic Hall of Fame who had football ties along with the years they played/ coached and the year they were inducted: Name (Player/Coach) Years at UCO Dale Alexander (Player) 1972-75 Joe Aska (Player) 1993-94 Phil Ball (Head Coach) 1964-76 W.C. ‘‘Hap” Barnard (Player) 1934-37 R.L. Briggs (Player) 1961-64 Scott Burger (Player) 1979-80 Don Burget (Player) 1951-54 Clifford Chatmon (Player) 1978-80 Tony Cruse (Player) 1972-73 Otis Delaport (Player) 1937-39 John Fitzgerald (Player) 1997-00 Billy Jones (Player) 1961-64 Johnnie Jones (Player) 1996-99 Terry Jones (Player/Assistant Coach) 1978-79/1982-89 Dale Hamilton (Player/Head Coach) 1928-32/1941-49, ‘51-57 James Hooks (Player) 1969-72 Gary Howard (Assistant Coach/Head Coach) 1968-76/1977-02 Mickey Hoy (Player) 1962-64 Clinton ‘‘Tip” Jacobson (Player) 1933-36 Don Jimerson (Player) 1955-56 Mike Little (Player) 1962 J.W. Lockett (Player) 1957-59 Gary Lower (Player) 1956-57 Johnny Luter (Player) 1994-98 Don Metheny (Player) 1949 Charles Murdock (Player/Assistant Coach) 1954-55/1962-67 Randy Page (Player) 1981-83 Keni Ray (Player) 1967-70 Elton Rhoades (Player) 1990-94 Mike Rollins (Player) 1960-62 Steve Shepherd (Player/Assistant Coach) 1936-38/1950-62 Bill Sirkel (Player) 1950-53 Van Smith (Player) 1959 C.B. Speegle (Player) 1938-40 Steve Tate (Player) 1977-80 Keith Traylor (Player) 1989-90 Joe Webb (Player) 1954-57 Bobby Williams (Player) 1962-65 John Williamson (Player) 1917, ‘22-24 Daric Zeno (Player) 1980-83

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

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Head Coach

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Nick Bobeck Nick Bobeck took over the Central Oklahoma helm on Jan. 4, 2012, coming to the Bronchos after a sparkling fouryear head coaching stint at junior college powerhouse Navarro (Texas) College. Bobeck, who played at UCO and then was a graduate assistant coach for the Bronchos, compiled a sensational 42-5 record at Navarro. The Bulldogs won the 2010 national championship along with three regular season Southwest Junior College Football Conference (SWJCFC) titles during his tenure there. “I’m extremely excited about the new chapter about to begin here at the University of Central Oklahoma,” said the 32-year-old Bobeck of becoming UCO’s 13th head coach. “I’m very proud to be here because not many people get the chance to come back to their alma mater. I have two degrees from here and they hang on my wall every day.” A native Oklahoman who was a multi-sport standout at Beaver High School, Bobeck came to UCO in 1999 and was four-year letterman for the Bronchos. He started his final two years at fullback, earning first-team All-Lone Star Conference North Division honors as a senior. Nick earned his bachelor’s degree at UCO in 2003 and then stayed on the next three years as a graduate assistant coach while earning his master’s degree. He helped the Bronchos go 20-12 from 2003-05 while making the NCAA Division II playoffs in 2003. Bobeck went to Texas A&M as an offensive line coach in 2006 when the Aggies finished 9-4 and earned a berth in the Holiday Bowl. He moved on to Navarro the following season and served as offensive coordinator in 2007 when the Bulldogs went 9-3 and won the conference crown. Nick took over as head coach the next year, with his first squad finishing 10-1 and ranked fourth in the final poll. An 11-1 campaign and No. 3 ranking followed in 2009. Bobeck and the Bulldogs put it all together in 2010, following a season-opening loss with 11 consecutive wins to finish 11-1 and capture the NJCAA national championship. Navarro was 10-2 last season, finishing fifth in the final ranking.

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Nick took over the UCO reigns soon after and will lead the Bronchos as they move into the rugged Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association in 2012. Four MIAA teams made the NCAA Division II playoffs in 2011, with Pittsburg State winning the national championship. Nick and his wife (Keely) have an infant son (Tucker), who was born in April.

The Bobeck File Born: June 7, 1980. High School Education: Beaver (Okla.) High School, 1999. College Education: University of Central Oklahoma, bachelor’s in education, 2003; UCO, master’s in sports administration, 2005. Playing Experience: Central Oklahoma 1999-02. Coaching Experience: 2003-05: Central Oklahoma, graduate assistant coach. 2006-07: Texas A&M, assistant coach. 2007-08: Navarro (Texas) College, offensive coordinator. 2008-11: Navarro (Texas) College, head coach. Marital Status: Married (Keely) Children: Tucker (infant). Bobeck Highlights: 4Had a 42-5 record in four years as head coach at Navarro College, making the junior college playoffs all four years. 4Led Navarro College to the 2010 junior college national championship. 4Led Navarro College to three regular season conference titles. 4Helped Texas A&M to a 9-4 record and Holiday Bowl berth during one year as assistant coach. 4Helped Central Oklahoma to a 20-12 record and 2003 Division II playoff berth during three years as graduate assistant.

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Assistant Coaches Russ Pickett Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator

Chris Martin Offensive Coordinator Taking over as Central Oklahoma’s offensive coordinator in 2012 is Chris Martin, a former player for the Bronchos who has extensive experience as a Division I assistant coach. A four-year offensive line letterman at UCO from 1998-01, Martin has coached at three different Division I schools and came to Edmond after spending the previous two years as offensive coordinator/offensive line coach at Division III Birmingham-Southern. Martin, who will also be in charge of the offensive line at UCO, helped lead BSC to a 6-4 record in 2010 when the Panthers averaged 35 points and 254 rushing yards a game while producing four all-conference linemen and the league’s first 1,000-yard rusher in four years. BSC won a school-record seven games in 2011, finishing 7-2 and breaking into the top 25 for the first time. Martin’s offensive unit ranked seventh in the nation with a 300-yard per-game rushing average while featuring an All-America running back and three all-conference offensive linemen. A native of Prague, Chris spent a redshirt year at New Mexico before transferring to UCO and playing from 1998-01. He helped lead the Bronchos to two Lone Star Conference championships and back-to-back Division II playoff appearances in 1998 and ’99 during his career. Martin spent a few years in private business before beginning his coaching career at Division I Rice, spending one year as a defensive graduate assistant coach and helping the Owls to a 7-6 record in 2006. Chris moved on to Tulsa in the same capacity, serving as a defensive graduate assistant in 2007 when the Golden Hurricane went 10-4 and won the GMAC Bowl. He took over as an assistant offensive line coach in 2008, with TU finishing 11-3 and winning the Conference-USA West Division title while leading Division I in total offense and having three offensive linemen earn all-conference honors. Martin went to Division I power Auburn as an assistant offensive line coach the next year, with the Tigers going 8-5 in 2009 and winning the Outback Bowl. Two offensive linemen made all-conference and the offense improved from 102nd to 16th in the country in total offense. Chris, who earned his bachelor’s in education from UCO and his master’s in education from Tulsa, is married (Stephanie).

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In his first year as assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at Central Oklahoma is Russ Pickett, who was part of first-year head coach Nick Bobeck’s staff at Navarro College. Pickett was defensive/recruiting coordinator for the Bulldogs in 2010 and ‘11, helping lead the team to a 21-3 record, the 2010 junior college national championship and back-to-back conference titles. Russ, who will coach defensive backs and also serve as recruiting coordinator for the Bronchos, directed a unit that led the conference in defensive scoring both years at Navarro. He coached 12 all-conference players while with the Bulldogs, including one first-team All-American. A native of Camden, Ark., Pickett was a four-year letterman as an offensive lineman at Division II Ouachita Baptist, serving as team captain his senior year. He started his coaching career at Division II Southern Arkansas, spending two years as a graduate assistant before taking over as defensive line coach in 2005 and then moving to the secondary in 2006. Pickett coached three players who signed with NFL teams during his tenure with the Muleriders, including defensive tackle Cedric Thornton, who is currently on the Philadelphia Eagles roster. Russ moved on to Fort Scott Community College as defensive coordinator in 2007, spending two years there. The Greyhounds went 9-3 in 2007 as Pickett’s defensive unit finished 10th nationally in total defense, with four players earning all-conference honors. Pickett’s defense posted five shutouts and allowed a conference-low 6.9 points a game during a 9-2 campaign in 2008 as seven players earned all-conference honors and three were named All-American. Pickett spent the 2009 season as defensive coordinator at Benton (Ark.) High School before going to Navarro. Russ, who received his bachelor’s in physical education from OBU and his master’s in educational leadership from SAU, is married (Kristin) and has two daughters (Lexie and Ella Grace).

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Assistant Coaches Ryan Belsher Co-Offensive Coordinator

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Serving as Central Oklahoma’s co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks/wide receivers coach is Ryan Belsher, who came to the Bronchos after spending the previous two years at Navarro College with firstyear head coach Nick Bobeck. Belsher was the passing game coordinator at Navarro in addition to coaching quarterbacks, wide receivers and kickers, helping the Bulldogs go 21-3 the past two years while capturing the 2010 junior college national title along with consecutive conference championships. Ryan coached the most prolific pass-catch combination in the junior college ranks last year, with quarterback Adrian Nelson – now on the UCO roster – throwing for more than 3,700 yards and wide receiver Marquez Clark setting NJCAA single-season records for receptions (98) and yards (1,631). Belsher was a four-year letterman at Minot State (N.D.), playing quarterback his first three years before moving to tight end/fullback as a senior when the Beavers won a share of the conference championship. He started his coaching career as an offensive graduate assistant at Minot, spending one season coaching wide receivers and tight ends. Belsher went to Adams State in the same capacity in 2006 and then spent the next two years as an assistant wide receivers coach at Iowa State before going to Navarro. Ryan, who received his bachelor’s degree from Minot State and his master’s from Iowa State, is married (Kelsey).

Tom Howe Special Teams Coordinator In his first year as an assistant coach with the Central Oklahoma football program is Tom Howe, who will serve as special teams coordinator while also coaching linebackers. Howe has extensive experience as both a Division I and Division II assistant coach and came to UCO after spending last season at Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association rival Missouri Southern. He directed the defensive line for the Lions, with that unit responsible for 28.5 of a school-record 33 sacks recorded last year behind a first-team All-American. Tom was outside linebackers/defensive line coach at Minnesota-Duluth in 2010, when the Bulldogs finished 15-0 in winning the Division II national championship. Howe helped coach a defense that led the nation in fewest points allowed while ranking among the national leaders in total defense, rushing defense and pass efficiency defense. A native of Clinton, Iowa, Howe played football at Drake and was a three-year letterman for the Bulldogs, earning second-team All-Conference honors once. He started his coaching career in 2004 as an assistant coach at his high school alma mater in Clinton and then went to Minot State as a graduate assistant in 2005. Tom returned to Drake as defensive line coach/video coordinator in 2006, helping the team to a 9-2 record before going to Iowa State as an offensive graduate assistant. He spent three years coaching the offensive line and helping with special teams for the Cyclones, who won the 2009 Insight Bowl, before moving on to UMD in 2010. Tom earned his bachelor’s degree from Drake and his master’s from Iowa State.

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Assistant Coaches Walter Moreham Defensive Line Walter Moreham is in his first year on the Central Oklahoma staff, with the former letterman from Division I powerhouse Louisiana State coaching the defensive line for the Bronchos. Moreham came to UCO in January after serving on head coach Nick Bobeck’s staff at Navarro College last season as an assistant coach in charge of linebackers. He helped the Bulldogs win the conference championship and finish fifth in the final rankings with a 10-2 record. A three-year letterman at LSU, Walter was the team’s Special Teams Player of the Year in 2001 and played in three bowl games for the Tigers He stayed at LSU to start his coaching career as a graduate assistant and spent two seasons in that capacity, with the Tigers winning the 2003 national title while Moreham helped coach linebackers, defensive backs and special teams. Moreham spent a year working as a linebackers/scouting intern with the Houston Texans of the NFL before entering the high school ranks, serving as defensive coordinator at two of three stops in the Houston area during a five-year span before going to Navarro in 2011. Walter, who earned his bachelor’s degree from LSU, is married (Jennifer) and has two daughters (Victoria and Cameron).

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Graduate Assistants Tyler Holland Defensive Line Working as a graduate assistant coach with Central Oklahoma in 2012 is Tyler Holland, a former player for the Bronchos. Holland will help coach the defensive line this season. Tyler played safety for the Bronchos from 2003-05 and earned his bachelor’s degree in history from UCO. He is working toward a master’s in history. Holland worked in private business before starting his coaching career at Norman High School in 2010 and was there until returning to UCO. Tyler is married (Julianne).

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Serving in his first year as a graduate assistant coach at Central Oklahoma is Hans Plum, who will help coach the wide receivers. Plum has coached at three high schools in the area, starting at Deer Creek High School in Edmond where he served as run game coordinator and offensive line coach. He also worked as wide receivers and secondary coach at Star Spencer High School in Oklahoma City and was offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Oklahoma Christian School in Edmond before coming to UCO. Plum earned his bachelor’s degree from UCO and is working on a master’s in education. Hans is married (Alison) and has two sons (Noah and Luke).

Jake Smith Defensive Backs In his first season as a graduate assistant coach for Central Oklahoma is Jake Smith, who will help with the defensive backs. Smith started his coaching career at Bishop McGuinness High School in Oklahoma City, coaching linebackers and defensive backs while helping lead the Irish to back-to-back state championships and a state runner-up finish. He went on to coach defensive backs at Deer Creek High School in Edmond before coming to UCO. A graduate of Oklahoma State, Smith is working on his master’s in adult eduction at UCO. Jake is married (Courtney).

Keith Barefield, Jr. Tight Ends/Running Backs New to the Central Oklahoma coaching staff this year is Keith Barefield, Jr., who completed his playing career last season at perennial NAIA power Northwestern Oklahoma. Barefield, who will help coach tight ends and running backs for the Bronchos, was a two-year starter on both offense and defense at Victoria (Texas) High School before going to NWOSU. He started all four years at tight end for the Rangers, helping the team to a pair of NAIA playoff appearances and two Central States Football League championships. Keith was a second-team All-CSFL selection as a sophomore in 2009 before earning first-team honors his final two seasons. He was named the number two tight end in the nation in 2011 by Victory Sports Network. Barefield earned his bachelor’s degree in English from NWOSU and is working on a master’s in education at UCO.

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t’s the dawn of a new era at Central Oklahoma in 2012, with the Bronchos set to embark on their first season in a new conference under the direction of a new head coach. Nick Bobeck took over the coaching reigns in January after a sensational four-year run at Navarro (Texas) College and the former Broncho fullback will lead UCO’s initial foray into the rugged Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association, which features the defending NCAA Division II national champion and three other returning playoff teams. Making the task even harder is the fact the Bronchos are coming off back-to-back 2-9 seasons and return just 28 lettermen -- including 13 starters -- from last year. But Bobeck is ready to meet the challenge, having worked hard to change the culture of expectations for his team while also bringing in a highlytouted recruiting class that features several transfers who figure to make an impact. ‘‘I don’t ever set won-loss goals,” said Bobeck, who went 42-5 while winning the 2010 national junior college national championship at Navarro. ”Our biggest goal is to have our kids continue to buy in to what we’re teaching. They bought into our philosophy in the spring and need to continue to do that. ‘‘We want them to play the game the way it’s suppose to be played and that’s with great effort and enthusiasm. We’re not going to be the most talented team in our league, but we’ve got to be able to strap it on and play hard every week. If we stay the path and stay together, we’ll be in really good shape.” All 10 of UCO’s games this season will be MIAA tilts, starting with the Aug. 30 opener at home against Missouri Southern. The schedule features a daunting stretch of four games in a five-week stretch against returning playoff teams, including a visit to defending champion Pittsburg State. Here’s a position-by-position look at the Bronchos:

RECEIVER: Two returners from last year and a big-play senior coming back from a year off highlight a receiving corps that will be aided by incoming freshmen and transfers. Sophomore Christian Hood (5-11, 185) caught a team-high 54 passes for 530 yards and one touchdown last year and should be even more of a force this season, while senior Tucker Holland (6-1, 195) is a proven veteran who had 31 catches for 275 yards and three TDs a year ago. Daniel Morrell (6-1, 195) is a key addition for the Bronchos, a speedy senior returning after a year hiatus with 109 career receptions for 1,595 yards and 13 TDs to his credit. Redshirt freshman Caden Locke (6-0, 180) is expected to vie for a starting berth along with junior transfer Leroy Travis, Jr. (6-2, 185). A highly-regarded group of rookies will also push for playing time. Bobeck Says: ‘‘I’m really proud of Holland and Hood and Locke and the way they worked during the spring, what they were able to accomplish. We’ve got some transfer guys who will come in and help as well and Morrell coming back this fall is a big boost. If we can establish the running game, our receivers will really benefit. We signed a good group of young kids and I think they’ve got a bright future at UCO.” TIGHT END: This is a key position for the Bronchos, who need somebody to step up and take over. Senior letterman Derrick Ingram (6-5, 230) is the lone returner here, while redshirt freshman Kyle Aschenbrenner (6-5, 240) and junior Sterling Koons (6-1, 240) switched positions in the spring. Those three are the front-runners, with junior transfer C.J. Carson (6-4, 220) also capable of being a factor. Bobeck Says: ‘‘We’ve had to break some guys in at this position. We’re trying to establish the mind-set at tight end that we want tough, physical kids. They need to be able to do a lot of things and improving this position is important to us.”

RUNNING BACK: Junior star Joshua Birmingham (5-9, 195) is one of the top offensive weapons in Division II and will remain the focal Joshua Birmingham Offense point of the UCO attack. LINE: A senior veteran and proven junior transfer lead A threat to score every time he touches the ball, Birmingham rushed the way, though UCO will need some talented youngsters for 882 yards and seven touchdowns while adding 50 catches for 334 and newcomers to come through in order to get the ofyards and another score last year. fense going. Junior transfer Christian Bobo (5-11, 220) and senior Anthony AnSenior Nick Garitano (6-2, 285) started at three derson (5-9, 205) -- who moved over from defense in the spring -- will different positions last year and is set to anchor the push for playing time, with a couple of other newcomers also capable of line at center, with junior Cameron Pound (6-2, 310) ready to step in providing help. at a guard spot after sitting out last year following two years of solid Bobeck Says: ‘‘The thing we’re worried about is depth because we’ve play at Sam Houston State. got a lot of guys behind Birmingham who haven’t played. We brought in The Bronchos are counting on redshirt freshman Landon Chappell Bobo, who is a different type runner than Joshua, and we moved Anderson (6-2, 295) and sophomore letterman Chris King (6-4, 270) to take to running back and both of them came out of the spring doing everything over as starters, with the other tackle position up for grabs. A big key right. Birmingham is a guy we can do a lot of stuff with. He’s obviously is the return of senior Justin Pruitt (6-3, 285), a former starter who tremendously talented, but he’s also an intelligent football player and will provide a big impact if he can return from injury that shelved him we’re going to feature him in our offense. We’ve got to find ways to get most of last season and in the spring. the ball in his hands.” A large group of talented redshirt freshmen and rookies will provide quality depth and also vie for action. QUARTERBACK: UCO has back a school career record-holder, but Bobeck Says: ‘‘We have some talented kids here, but not a lot of it’s junior transfer Adrian Nelson (6-4, 230) who heads into pre-season experience and depth. We signed a great class of offensive line kids and drills as the projected starter. hopefully they don’t have to play and we can redshirt them, but we’ll Nelson passed for 3,754 yards and 33 touchdowns while playing for see how it goes. If the five guys up front jell and come together we’ve Bobeck at Navarro College last year and was impressive in assuming the got a chance to be pretty dangerous offensively.” No. 1 spot during spring drills.

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Season Outlook Senior Ethan Sharp (6-2, 205) has thrown for 4,524 yards and 31 TDs while setting school career marks for completions (457) and attempts (782) as the starter the past two years and will certainly push the issue. Junior newcomer Dylan Swartz (6-3, 210) and freshman T.J. Eckert (6-0, 190) are also in the picture. Bobeck Says: ‘‘Nelson was the number one guy coming out of the spring and it’s his job. Ethan didn’t go through spring ball, but he’s been working hard and we expect him to come in and compete for the position. We’re excited about Swartz as well and T.J. is a smart kid with a lot of tools.”

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LINEBACKER: Injuries caused problems during spring drills, but the return of a senior veteran along with the presence of a transfer and converted defensive back helped alleviate some concerns and should pay dividends in the long run. Senior Turner Troup (6-1, 230) had 89 tackles in 2010 before being slowed by injuries last year, but he’s back to full strength and is the ringleader. Junior newcomer Adrian Shoecraft (5-11, 225) piled up 197 career tackles during a stellar two-year junior college career and took over a starting role in the spring, with redshirt freshman Tanner Koons (6-2, 210) looking to fill the third spot after moving from safety. Junior Drake Ballew (6-0, 220) is a returning starter and will be in the picture when he returns this fall after missing spring drills to injury, while a large group of incoming rookies will be counted on for immediate help. Bobeck Says: ‘‘We had some injuries in the spring and that limited us some. Troup is a smart player who gets everybody lined up right and will play a lot and we’re counting on Ballew to come back. Shoecraft

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SECONDARY: The Bronchos have several players back in the defensive backfield, with some newcomers and a converted running back also expected to have an impact. Junior Devoris Dozier (5-10, 180) leads the way at a safety spot and should be one of the top defenders in the league after racking up 68 tackles with five interceptions last year. Sophomore Thomas Hill (511, 200) had 32 tackles in a part-time starting role in 2011 and figures to take over as the top free safety. UCO has good depth at those two positions with the return of sophomore letterman Dylan Warner (6-0, 195) and junior Brad Harmon (6-1, 200), who has seen extensive starting duty during his career. Junior Dante’ Lipscomb (6-0, 185) moved from running back to cornerback in the spring and is the front-runner to earn a starting berth, though senior Brandon Williams (6-0, 175) had 44 tackles with three interceptions as a starter last year and will be a factor if he can return from the injury that kept him out of spring practice. Redshirt freshman Levonte Douglas (5-9, 175) tops the other cornerback slot, with junior newcomer Steven Hicks (5-11, 185) expected to help out. Bobeck Says: ‘‘We have questions at cornerback. We moved Lipscomb from offense and he’s a very talented kid who did a good job filling that spot. Douglas has a lot of athletic ability and matches what we want at that position and Williams was hurt in the spring, but he’ll come on and play. We’ve got some transfer kids who will help us there. I feel good about our safeties. Hill is the leader of the group, we can count on him to get everybody lined up. Dozier did a nice job in the spring and can do what we want.” Sam Moses

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LINE: The defensive interior could be the strongest area on the team as the Bronchos are confident they have five players capable of manning the two positions, while a newcomer should be a huge factor at end. Seniors Sam Moses (6-2, 275) and Herbert Byrd (6-4, 275) lead the way as the interior starters, a pair of established veterans eager to finish their careers in style. Moses had 68 tackles with 9.0 for loss last year, while Byrd earned an injury hardship after missing most of last season. Redshirt freshmen Kenny Allen (6-2, 265) and Deontay Wilson (6-2, 270) will also see extended playing time inside along with junior newcomer Ray Clayton (6-2, 277), giving UCO good depth. The Bronchos have back one starter at end in sophomore Tyler Newton (6-4, 260), who made 25 tackles with 3.5 for loss last season. Senior Toby Jackson (6- 5, 265), a former junior college All-American who transferred from Division I Central Florida, is expected to play a major role. Juniors Colton Byford (6-4, 230) and Andy Navarro (6-1, 250) will also see extensive action along with sophomore Ashton Dandy (6-3, 235), a converted linebacker, and sophomore transfer Michael Harris (6-2, 220). Bobeck Says: ‘‘Much like on offense, everything builds up front. The strong point of every defense is the line. Moses is the leader of this football team, a vocal and emotion leader who does everything the right way. We’re pretty solid in the middle and all of ‘em are going to play. What we don’t have is a pass rusher and that’s something we’ve got to find. We’ve got some experience at end along with a couple of new guys who will help and others that we moved around, so we’re looking for good things there.”

did a great job in the spring and he’s going to be a real asset this fall. We moved a couple of safeties and have got some young kids who we think can help us.”

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UCO returns both kickers for the third straight year in senior placer-kicker Chris Robbs (5-9, 175) and junior punter Landon Greve (6-2, 205). Robbs scored a team-high 56 points last year, making all 20 extra point tries and 12-of-15 field goals. Greve averaged 38.2 yards a punt while having just 14 returned and the former quarterback gives the Bronchos a run-pass threat when in punt formation. Several players will see time in the return game, with sophomore Christian Hood (5-11, 185) expected to be the main man on punts. Hood will also get a long look on kickoff returns along with senior Daniel Morrell (6-1, 195) and a host of others. Bobeck Says: ‘‘We’ve got Greve back at punter and he’s an athletic kid who can kick the ball plus do things back there as far as spreading things out and keeping people honest. Robbs is a senior who has done some good things, but he’s got to be more consistent and we’ll have a couple of kids who will push him. We’ll return by committee. Hood is a pretty sure-handed guy and we’ll look at him on punts and there’s several who will get a look on kickoffs.”

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Alphabetical Roster No. 92 33 85 50 42 21 27 98 93 97 86 55 91 81 41 28 6 74 53 83 10 63 87 65 64 5 26 47 59 22 20 25 4 2 89 38 48 31 62 15 78 44 17 57 66 75 3 12 79 61 58 32

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Name Kenny Allen Anthony Anderson Kyle Aschenbrenner Garrett Baker Drake Ballew Joshua Birmingham Christian Bobo Carlos Bustillos Colton Byford Herbert Byrd C.J. Carson Landon Chappell Ray Clayton Donovan Dan Ashton Dandy Levonte Douglas Devoris Dozier Justin Durham Tayler Eagan Andrew East T.J. Eckert Brock Enmeier Connor Ferrell Nick Garitano Micah Goodman Stephon Grant Landon Greve Brad Harmon Michael Harris Brock Henderson Steven Hicks Darrell Hill Thomas Hill Rico Hogan Tucker Holland Christian Hood Derrick Ingram Jeremy Jackson Toby Jackson Antonio Jenkins Sam Jenkins Sam Johnson Chris King Sterling Koons Tanner Koons Ryan Kowalewski Toby Lambkin Alex Levescy Dante’ Lipscomb Caden Locke Parker Loeffelholz Brandon McCollough Mason McLaughlin Benjamin Morrell

Pos. DL RB TE LB LB RB RB DL DL DL TE OL DL WR DL DB DB OL LB WR QB OL WR OL OL DB WR/P DB DL OL DB WR DB DB WR WR TE DB DL DB OL WR OL TE LB DS OL OL DB WR OL OL DL TE

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

Wt. 265 205 240 210 220 195 220 235 230 275 220 295 277 195 235 175 180 290 230 195 190 330 160 285 285 170 205 200 220 290 185 225 200 168 195 185 230 190 265 170 310 185 270 240 210 225 305 300 185 180 250 270 250 212

Class Fr. (RS) Sr. Fr. (RS) Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. (RS) Jr. Jr. So. Fr. (RS) Jr. So. Fr. (RS) Fr. (RS) Fr. Fr. (RS) Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. So. So. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. (RS) Fr. Fr. Fr. (RS) Jr. Fr. (RS) Fr. (RS) Fr. Fr. (RS) Fr.

Hometown (High School) Perkins (Perkins-Tryon) Oklahoma City (Western Heights) Edmond (North) Morris (Morris) Broken Arrow (Broken Arrow) Luther (Luther) Moreno Valley, Calif. (Canyon Springs) Enid (Enid) Edmond (North) Okmulgee (Okmulgee) Modesto, Calif. (Central Catholic) Newcastle (Newcastle) North Richland Hills, Texas (Birdville) Del City (Del City) Tulsa (East Central) Ardmore (Ardmore) Miami, Fla. (Killian) Lawton (Eisenhower) Forgan (Forgan) Lawton (MacArthur) Bixby (Bixby) Enid (Enid) Glenpool (Glenpool) Danville, Calif. (Monte Vista) Medford (Medford) Edmond (Memorial) Frisco, Colo. (Summit) Lawton (MacArthur) Edmond (Santa Fe) Tulsa (Union) Tyler, Texas (Whitehouse) Edmond (Memorial) Duncanville, Texas (Duncanville) Norman (High) Edmond (Oklahoma Christian School) Tulsa (Union) Hollis (Hollis) Lawton (Eisenhower) Griffin, Ga. (Griffin) Oklahoma City (Putnam City North) Duncanville, Texas (Duncanville) Denton, Texas (Ryan) Jenks (Jenks) Tuttle (Tuttle) Tuttle (Tuttle) Sugarland, Texas (Fort Bend Travis) Oklahoma City (Putnam City) Oklahoma (U.S. Grant) Fort Worth, Texas (Boswell) Bridge Creek (Bridge Creek) Ponca City (Ponca City) Claremore (Claremore) Arlington, Texas (Martin) Blanchard (Blanchard)

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Alphabetical Roster Name Daniel Morrell Sam Moses Andy Navarro Adrian Nelson Tyler Newton Luke Owens Levi Pickering Dakota Poorboy Montana Poorboy Cameron Pound Justin Pruitt Connor Pulley Easton Ramsey Corey Reeves Chris Robbs Marc Robinson Alberto Rodriquez Tylor Seabolt Ethan Sharp Adrian Shoecraft Clint Simek Jas’sen Stoner Dylan Swartz Chase Talbert Leroy Travis, Jr. Turner Troup Jarrett Tryon Dominique Walker Marquis Walters Dylan Warner Jacob Warner Isaac Whitney Brandon Williams Skyler Williams Terry Williamson Deontay Wilson

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

Players By Class

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

Wt. 195 275 250 230 260 220 180 230 295 310 285 195 170 220 175 220 290 170 205 225 210 205 210 200 185 230 190 210 180 195 205 180 175 210 225 270

Seniors............................................................................................ 13 Juniors............................................................................................. 24 Sophomores.................................................................................... 12 Redshirt Freshmen.......................................................................... 15 Freshmen......................................................................................... 26

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Class Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. (RS) So. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. (RS)

Hometown (High School) Blanchard (Blanchard) Broken Arrow (Broken Arrow) Del City (Del City) Houston, Texas (Bellaire) Moore (Westmoore) Sand Springs (Charles Page) Sapulpa (Sapulpa) Catoosa (Catoosa) Catoosa (Catoosa) Moore (Westmoore) Choctaw (Choctaw) Newkirk (Newkirk) Midwest City (Carl Albert) Moore (Moore) Dallas, Texas (Bishop Lynch) Millwood (Millwood) Martinez, Calif. (Alhambra) Jones (Jones) Eufaula (Eufaula) Edmond (Memorial) Guthrie (Guthrie) Oklahoma City (Douglass) Modesto, Calif. (Central Catholic) Claremore (Claremore) Fresno, Calif. (Edison) Norman (High) Woodlands, Calif. (Taft) Reynoldsburg, Ohio (Reynoldsburg) Del City (Del City) Lawton (MacArthur) Lawton (MacArthur) Moore (Southmoore) Fresno, Calif. (Bullard) Sallisaw (Sallisaw) Broken Arrow (Broken Arrow) Coweta (Coweta)

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No. 16 95 54 18 96 56 84 58 76 77 68 36 88 14 30 39 73 9 7 23 37 49 19 29 8 24 1 35 80 16 46 82 13 51 40 90

By State

California...................................................................................... 8 Colorado........................................................................................ 1 Florida........................................................................................... 1 Georgia.......................................................................................... 1 Ohio.............................................................................................. 1 Oklahoma.................................................................................... 68 Texas........................................................................................... 10

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Joshua Birmingham 5-9 • 195 • Running Back Junior • Luther

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One of the top running backs in the nation, a do-everything junior who should contend for the Harlon Hill Trophy that goes to the Division II Player of the Year . . . Will again be the main feature in the offensive attack, with the Bronchos looking to get this dynamic star the ball every chance they can . . . Durable runner able to go inside if needed, but at his best when in the open and able to use his speed and nimble feet to elude defenders . . . Excellent receiver as well and a bonafide threat to go the distance every time he has the ball . . . Already owns UCO records for single-season (four) and career (six) touchdown runs of 50-plus yards while ranking eighth in career receptions (99) and is on the verge of breaking into the top 10 in several other school statistical categories . . . Has scored 174 points, needing just seven more to make that top-10 list . . . Is averaging 5.1 yards a carry for his career with 2,132 yards (477 from 10th) in 417 attempts and has racked up 2,850 all-purpose yards (52 from 10th) . . . Started college career at Wyoming in 2008, but didn’t play there and sat out a redshirt year after transferring to UCO. 2011: Had a stellar sophomore season, racking up 882 rushing yards in 174 tries (5.1/carry) with seven touchdowns while adding 50 catches -- seventh-most in school history -- for 334 yards and a score . . . Also completed 4-of-5 passes for 19 yards and a TD out of the wildcat formation . . . Had a dominating performance in 41-21 Homecoming win over East Central, rushing for 233 yards in just 20 attempts with a 74-yard score and adding 43 yards on five receptions . . . The 276 all-purpose yards is the third-best performance at UCO, while the 233 rushing yards ranks sixth . . . Had 27 carries for 142 yards and three TDs (one, two and 34 yards) in win over Black Hills State . . . Also had 100-yard outings against Southeastern Oklahoma (9-123 with a 73-yard TD) and Fort Hays State (15-133) . . . Tossed two-yard scoring pass against Cal Poly . . . Caught a career-high eight passes for 55 yards at North Alabama. 2010: Made a sensational debut as a redshirt freshman and was one of 24 candidates nominated for the Harlon Hill Trophy in addition to earning second-team All-America honors by Daktronics, Inc. . . . Claimed first-team All-Lone Star Conference North Division accolades and was also the North Division Freshman of the Year . . . Rushed for 1,250 yards and 18 touchdowns on 243 carries while also catching a team-high 49 passes for 384 yards and three more TDs . . . Finished in the top 10 in five UCO single-season statistical categories -- second in all-purpose yards (1,645), third in both touchdowns (21) and points (126), eighth in rushing yards and ninth in receptions . . . Led the LSC and ranked third in the Division II scoring race, averaging 11.45 points a game . . . Was second in the LSC in both rushing and all-purpose yards, finishing 17th nationally in rushing (113.6 yards/ game) and 20th in all-purpose (149.5 yards/game) . . . Set a school career record for TD runs of 50-plus yards, ripping off scoring sprints of 58, 60, 66 and 81 yards . . . Rushed for 100-plus yards in six of 11 games, starting with a 15-carry, 111-yard outing in his collegiate debut against Pittsburg State while adding seven catches for 63 yards and a TD . . . Had at least two TDs in nine straight games, collecting four scores (three rushing, one receiving) against Southeastern Oklahoma . . . Racked up 205 yards (24th-best at UCO) on 21 carries with scoring runs of 12, 60 and 66 yards against SOSU in addition to catching a 33-yard TD pass . . . Went for 183 yards in just 18 tries with an 81-yard TD jaunt against Midwestern State . . . Other 100-yard games came against Eastern New Mexico (26-148), Northeastern State (24-102) and Southwestern Oklahoma (24-102) . . . Caught at least two passes in all 11 games. High School: Enjoyed a brilliant career at Luther High School, rushing for more than 5,000 yards and earning All-State honors as a senior . . . Two-time 100-meter dash state champion in addition to winning a state long jump title and was also an All-Conference performer in basketball. Personal: A physical education major looking for a career as a high school football coach . . . Enjoys fishing as a hobby and can play the saxophone . . . Names the Atlanta Falcons as his top professional team . . . Lists ‘‘Space Jam” as his favorite sports movie . . . Nickname is Juice . . . Has five siblings, including an older brother (Ben) who finished a two-year career with the Bronchos in 2009 . . . Birthdate is March 11, 1989. Rushing Receiving Year Att. Yards Avg. TDs Long Catches Yards Avg. 2010 243 1,250 5.1 18 81 49 384 7.8 2011 174 882 5.1 7 74 50 334 6.7 Totals 417 2,132 5.1 25 81 99 718 7.3

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Kenny Allen

6-2 • 265 • Defensive Line RS Freshman • Perkins

Personal: A psychology major and member of President’s Leadership Council . . . Names the St. Louis Rams as his top professional team . . . Birthdate is March 7, 1989. Year Tackles 2009 12 2010 30 2011 22 Totals 64

UT AT For Loss Sacks FR Int. PBU 8 4 --- --- 1 0 0 12 18 0.5(-2) --- 0 0 0 11 11 1.5.(-4) --- 1 0 1 31 33 2.0(-6) --- 2 0 1

Redshirt freshman who figures to earn plenty of playing time on the defensive line this fall . . . Should be in the rotation at a tackle spot and is looking to make an impact. 2011: Sat out a redshirt year. High School: Prep standout at Perkins-Tryon High School . . . District and Area Defensive Player of the Year as a senior after racking up 143 tackles with five sacks and five interceptions . . . Also earned AllConference honors in basketball and lettered in track. Personal: Undecided on a major . . . Names ‘‘Any Given Sunday” as his top sports movie . . . Likes playing musical instruments in his spare time . . . Lists the New Orleans Saints as his top professional team . . . Birthdate is April 22, 1993.

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Kyle Aschenbrenner

6-5 • 240 • Tight End RS Freshman • Edmond Redshirt freshman expected to battle for a starting berth at tight end . . . Came to UCO as a defensive lineman, but was moved to tight end in the spring and figures to see extended playing time this season. 2011: Sat out a redshirt year.

Anthony Anderson

5-9 • 205 • Running Back Senior • Oklahoma City Senior veteran and three-year letterman set to see action at running back after spending the last three years on defense . . . Made 64 career tackles at safety and linebacker the past three seasons, playing in all 33 games with four starts . . . Good athlete ready to do whatever needed to help the team and should earn plenty of time on the field. 2011: Made one start while playing in every game and finished with 22 tackles, including 1.5 for loss . . . Had five-tackle outings against both North Alabama and Fort Hays State and recovered a fumble in win over Black Hills State. 2010: Played in all 11 games with three starts, finishing with 30 tackles . . . Had eight-tackle outings against Eastern New Mexico and Southwestern Oklahoma while making seven stops vs. Texas A&M-Commerce. 2009: Saw action in all 11 games and finished with 12 total tackles while also blocking a kick and recovering a fumble . . . Made two solo tackles and blocked a punt that resulted in a safety for UCO in a big 24-17 upset of West Texas A&M, earning Lone Star Conference North Division Special Teams Player of the Week honors for his efforts . . . Had two solo stops and a fumble recovery against Southwest Baptist. 2008: Redshirted. High School: Two-way standout at Western Heights High School, earning All-District recognition at defensive back and Class 5A All-Star honors at running back as a senior . . . Had more than 1,100 all-purpose yards while also making 81 tackles and intercepting four passes to help the Jets to the state playoffs . . . Also a state power-lifting champion.

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Personal: A criminal justice major . . . Father (Brian) played football at Western Washington and brother (Nate) at Southwestern Oklahoma . . . Lists the Oklahoma City Thunder as his favorite professional team and ‘‘Rudy” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is March 8, 1993.

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Drake Ballew

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High School: Product of Edmond North High School . . . Had 61 tackles with five sacks from defensive end spot as a senior in helping the Huskies to the second round of the Class 6A state playoffs.

6-0 • 220 • Linebacker Junior • Broken Arrow Returning starter ready to be one of the team’s main linebackers again this season . . . Missed spring drills with injury, but is expected to be at full speed for the start of pre-season practice . . . Had a solid sophomore season and should really benefit from that experience in 2012, with the Bronchos needing this junior to step up and deliver . . . Hard-nosed defender who will be a key member of the linebacking corps. 2011: Started in 10 games while missing one to injury, finishing fifth on the team in total tackles with 67 . . . Had 4.0 tackles for loss, a broken up pass and one forced fumble . . . Had five-plus tackles in eight games, making a career-high 10 stops against both Cal Poly and Northeastern State . . . Had eight tackles with one for loss and a PBU against Angelo State.

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High School: All-District selection as a senior at Broken Arrow High School and also an Academic All-Conference pick . . . Team captain. Personal: An accounting major and member of President’s Honor Roll . . . Enjoys playing the guitar among his favorite off-field hobbies . . . Lists the Baltimore Ravens as his top professional team and ‘‘Any Given Sunday” as his favorite sports movie . . . Father (David) played football at Northeastern State, while three uncles (David Culver, Ed Culver and Tim Randolph) played at Oklahoma . . . Birthdate is Oct. 24, 1990. Year Tackles UT AT For Loss Sacks FR Int. PBU 2010 3 2 1 1.0(-1) --- 0 0 0 2011 67 28 39 4.0(-12) --- 0 0 1 Totals 70 30 40 5.0(-13) --- 0 0 1

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Colton Byford

6-4 • 230 • Defensive Line Junior • Edmond Two-year letterman looking to again earn significant playing time at a defensive end spot . . . Has gained plenty of experience the past two years and should use that to his advantage this fall. 2011: Started in two of nine games played and finished with 20 tackles, including 4.0 for loss with one forced fumble . . . Made career-high nine tackles with 2.5 for loss and a forced fumble in win over Black Hills State . . . Followed with a six-tackle outing against Northeastern State in first career start and had 1.5 tackles for loss in season finale vs. Lindenwood. 2010: Was a redshirt candidate early before coming on to play in seven games, finishing with seven tackles . . . Had season-high three tackles at Incarnate Word and made lone tackle for loss against Midwestern State. High School: District Lineman of the Year as a senior after helping lead Edmond North High School to the Class 6A state playoffs . . . Racked up 105 tackles with 11 sacks his final season . . . Also an Edmond Sun All-City and All-District pick in baseball. Personal: A nursing major . . . Enjoys playing golf as his main hobby . . . Names the Philadelphia Eagles as his top professional team . . . Birthdate is Sept. 22, 1991. Year Tackles UT AT For Loss Sacks FR Int. PBU 2010 7 2 5 1.0(-2) --- 0 0 0 2011 20 7 13 4.0(-9) --- 0 0 0 Totals 27 9 18 5.0(-11) --- 0 0 0

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Herbert Byrd

6-4 • 275 • Defensive Line Senior • Okmulgee Defensive line mainstay back for a second try at his senior season . . . Started the first three games of 2011 before suffering season-ending injury and earned hardship ruling to retain a year of eligibility . . . Has worked hard to return to form and has the ability to be a force as both a run-stuffer and pass rusher . . . Three-year letterman with plenty of starting experience who needs to be a defensive leader. 2011: Had eight tackles in the first two games before going out with injury in opening minutes of Angelo State contest . . . Made five tackles and blocked a field goal against Southeastern Oklahoma. 2010: Started all 11 games and was an honorable mention All-Lone Star Conference North Division pick . . . Finished with 40 tackles, including 6.5 for loss with 2.0 sacks . . . Made career-high seven tackles with a half-sack against Pittsburg State. 2009: Played in 10 games and finished with 15 tackles . . . Had three tackles for loss, including one sack, and forced two fumbles . . . Had three-tackle games against Southeastern Oklahoma and East Central, with lone sack of season coming against the Savage Storm. 2008: Made five tackles with one for loss in college debut against Pittsburg State . . . Finished with 15 tackles, including 4.5 for loss with a sack. High School: Honorable mention All-Stater as a senior at Okmulgee High School . . . Also a track star for the Bulldogs, winning two shot put state titles and finishing as state runner-up in the discus twice. Personal: A safety education major . . . Birthdate is July 5, 1989. Year Tackles 2008 15 2009 15 2010 40 2011 8 Totals 78

UT AT For Loss Sacks FR Int. PBU 8 7 4.5(-13) 1.0(-7) 0 0 1 6 9 3.0(-11) 1.0(-6) 0 0 0 8 32 6.5(-32) 2.0(-10) 1 0 0 1 7 1.0(-2) --- 0 0 0 23 55 15.0(-58) 4.0(-23) 1 0 1

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Landon Chappell

6-2 • 295 • Offensive Line RS Freshman • Newcastle Redshirt freshman with a chance to step into a starting role on the of-

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football fensive line this season . . . Will vie for the top spot at left guard and should see plenty of action regardless. 2011: Sat out a redshirt year. High School: Two-way standout at Newcastle High School . . . District Defensive Lineman of the Year and an Oklahoman Little All-City selection as a senior . . . Also played on state tournament baseball team and was a two-time state qualifier in powerlifting. Personal: A kinesiology major looking for a career as a coach . . . Both brothers -- Jordan (football) and Jeff (baseball) -- played at UCO while father (Barty) played football at Oklahoma State . . . Enjoys fishing as his main hobby . . . Birthdate is Feb. 28, 1993.

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Ashton Dandy

6-3 • 235 • Defensive Line Sophomore • Tulsa

2011: Played in 10 games with three starts and finished with 20 tackles, including 2.5 for loss . . . Made a season-high five tackles against Southwestern Oklahoma and had a four-tackle outing in first-ever start at Angelo State . . . Made 1.5 tackles for loss against Lindenwood. High School: Played both ways at Tulsa East Central High School and was an All-District pick at tight end. Personal: A kinesiology major . . . Names the New Orleans Saints as his favorite professional team . . . Lists ‘‘Friday Night Lights” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is Oct. 8, 1993.

Devoris Dozier

5-10 • 180 • Defensive Back Junior • Miami, FL Returning starter looking to maintain his spot atop the depth chart at safety . . . Put together a splendid sophomore campaign last year and is ready to do even more in 2012 . . . Intelligent player and a physical, hard-hitting veteran who will be a key force in the secondary . . . Came to UCO after spending a redshirt year at Coffeyville Community College. 2011: Started all season and tied for third in tackles with 68 total stops . . . Was second in unassisted tackles (44) and tied for team lead in interceptions (five) while also breaking up three passes and forcing one fumble . . . Made a career-high 12 tackles, including nine solo stops, in season finale against Lindenwood . . . Opened the season with a seven-tackle, two-interception performance against No. 6-ranked North Alabama . . . Had nine-tackle games against both Southeastern Oklahoma and Washburn, adding an interception in the SOSU contest . . . Also picked off passes against Black Hills State and Northeastern State. 2010: Played in all 11 games with a pair of starts, finishing with 22 tackles, one sack, two fumble recoveries and two PBUs . . . Made four tackles in three games, with sack coming against Eastern New Mexico.

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Athletic sophomore who figures to be a main contributor at defensive end after switching positions in the spring . . . Moved over from linebacker and has the ability to be a factor this fall, showcasing great speed and quickness.

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High School: Played at Killian High School in Miami, Fla. Personal: A criminal justice major looking for a career with the DEA or FBI . . . Names ‘‘Remember the Titans” and ‘‘Little Giants” as his favorite sports movies . . . Birthdate is Nov. 15, 1989.

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Levonte Douglas

Year Tackles UT AT For Loss Sacks FR Int. PBU 2010 22 16 6 1.0(-6) 1.0(-6) 2 0 2 2011 68 44 24 1.0(-2) --- 0 5 3 Totals 90 60 30 2.0(-8) 1.0(-6) 2 5 5

5-9 • 175 • Defensive Back RS Freshman • Ardmore Redshirt freshman set to vie for a starting berth at a cornerback slot . . . Athletic youngster with great speed who has a chance to really help the defense this season. High School: Claimed All-District and Ardmoreite Super Team honors as a senior at Ardmore High School, collecting 50 tackles, three interceptions and 15 broken up passes . . . Also lettered in basketball and track. Personal: Undecided on a major but wants to be a music producer . . . Enjoys playing a variety of musical instruments as a hobby . . . Names the New Orleans Saints as his favorite team . . . Birthdate is Sept. 29, 1992.

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Justin Durham

6-2 • 290 • Offensive Line Sophomore • Lawton Sophomore offensive lineman who will challenge for a starting berth this season . . . Should fight for the top spot at left guard and will undoubtedly see plenty of action . . . Picked up valuable experience as a true freshman last year and should benefit from that in 2012 . . . Didn’t

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Tayler Eagan

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6-2 • 230 • Linebacker RS Freshman • Forgan Redshirt freshman looking to earn playing time at a linebacker slot . . . Came out of the spring as a back-up in the middle and has a chance to help this season. 2011: Sat out a redshirt year. High School: Played eight-man football at Forgan High School, earning All-District and All-State honors . . . Racked up an amazing 544 tackles during his three-year career, including 191 as a senior for state semi-finalist team . . . Also helped the Bulldogs to a state basketball title. Personal: An industrial safety major . . . Names the Dallas Cowboys as his favorite professional team . . . Enjoys playing video games and going to the movies among his top off-field hobbies . . . Birthdate is July 17, 1992.

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Andrew East

6-2 • 195 • Wide Receiver RS Freshman • Lawton Redshirt freshman vying to see action at wide receiver . . . Missed most of the spring with injury, but is expected to be full speed for fall drills. 2011: Sat out as a redshirt. High School: All-Conference pick on defense as a senior at Lawton Eisenhower High School after collecting 50 tackles with 11 passes broken up and five interceptions . . . Also won a conference championship in the 300-meter hurdles. Personal: A mass communications major looking for a career in coaching . . . Names the New Orleans Saints as his top professional team . . . Lists ‘‘Rudy” as his favorite sports movie . . . Birthdate is July 8, 1992.

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Brock Enmeier

6-4 • 330 • Offensive Line RS Freshman • Enid Young offensive lineman with a chance to earn significant playing time this fall . . . One of the biggest players on the team at 6-4 and 330 pounds and should help out at right guard. 2011: Sat out a redshirt year. High School: Was selected District 6A-4 Offensive Lineman of the Year as a senior at Enid High School while also being named to the Vype All-Oklahoma Team . . . Also lettered in baseball and basketball. Personal: An industrial safety major . . . Names the New England Patriots as his favorite professional team . . . Enjoys hunting and fishing as his top hobbies . . . Lists ‘‘The Rookie” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is Jan. 22, 1993.

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Nick Garitano

6-2 • 285 • Offensive Line Senior • Danville, CA Senior veteran and returning starter set to anchor the offensive line at center . . . Came to UCO as a transfer last year and stepped into an immediate starting role . . . Smart player and a physical force up front who will be the ringleader for the Bronchos on the blocking wall. 2011: Saw action at three different positions on the line while starting all year, missing one game to injury. Juco: Two-year standout at Diablo Valley (Calif.) College, playing both center and guard . . . All-Golden Gate Conference pick as a sophomore and also earned Region 2 California juco All-State honors. High School: Two-way line starter at Monte Vista High School in Danville, Calif., picking up AllEastbuy Athletic League recognition . . . Also lettered in lacrosse. Personal: A criminal justice major . . . Father (Garret) played football at Delta State . . . Names the Miami Dolphins as his favorite professional team . . . Birthdate is Feb. 15, 1991.

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6-2 • 205 • Wide Receiver Junior • Frisco, CO Two-year letterman who will help out at receiver this season while also maintaining his duties as the team’s top punter . . . Was UCO’s main back-up at quarterback the past two years and saw some starting duty last season before switching positions in the spring . . . Team player willing to do whatever needed and will fill a key role this season . . . Gives the Bronchos an added threat when in punt formation with his ability to run and pass.

6-1 • 200 • Defensive Back Junior • Lawton Two-year starter in the secondary vying to keep his place atop the depth chart . . . Has been UCO’s main free safety the past two years in starting 16 of 19 games played and has the ability to be a defensive mainstay . . . Has plenty of experience for the position and is a speedy junior ready to be a major contributor once again. 2011: Finished with 32 tackles, one interception, one fumble recovery, one forced fumble and one pass broken up while playing in all 11 games with eight starts . . . Had 3.5 tackles for loss, including a half-sack . . . Made a seasonhigh six tackles at Cal Poly and had a pair of five-tackle outings . . . Interception came in season finale against Lindenwood. 2010: Started in all eight games played, missing three contests to injury . . . Had 43 total tackles, including 4.0 for loss, and also intercepted two passes . . . Made seven tackles and picked off a pass in college debut against Pittsburg State . . . Had a career-high 10 tackles (eight solo) with two for loss and two forced fumbles against Southeastern Oklahoma . . . Other interception came at Incarnate Word. 2009: Sat out a redshirt year.

2010: Completed 18-of-29 passes (62.1 percent) for 187 yards and a touchdown while playing in three games . . . Started and went the distance against Texas A&M-Commerce, hitting 16-of-22 attempts for 177 yards and his lone TD . . . Averaged 34.6 yards on 66 punts with a long of 53 . . . Had 18 punts inside the opponents’ 20-yard-line. High School: All-State selection as a senior at Summit High School in Colorado after previously going to high school in Edmond . . . Also lettered in baseball, basketball and golf. Year Comp.-Att.-Int. Pct. Yards TDs Long 2010 18-29-3 62.1 187 1 38 2011 101-169-4 59.8 883 4 37 Totals 119-198-7 60.1 1,070 5 38

High School: All-Stater as a senior at Lawton MacArthur High School after making 160 tackles with two interceptions . . . Played in the Oil Bowl All-Star game . . . Also lettered in track.

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2011: Played in the final five games, starting three, and hit 101-of-169 passes (59.8 percent) for 883 yards and four touchdowns . . . Was 31-of49 for 298 yards and two TDs in start against Fort Hays State while adding 47 yards on 14 rushes . . . Completed 25-of-44 passes for 283 yards in win over Black Hills State . . . Came off the bench in season finale against Lindenwood to hit 31-of-49 attempts for 207 yards and two scores . . . Set single-season school record for punts with 84, averaging 38.2 yards a kick with only 14 returned . . . Had 22 punts inside the opponents’ 20-yard-line . . . Boomed eight punts of 50-plus yards with a long of 64.

Brad Harmon

Personal: A forensic science major . . . Father (Mark) played football at Olivet Nazarene . . . Names surfing as his favorite hobby . . . Lists ‘‘Remember the Titans” as his favorite sports movie and the Baltimore Ravens as his top professional team . . . Birthdate is July 1, 1990. Year Tackles 2010 43 2011 32 Totals 75

UT AT For Loss Sacks FR Int. PBU 24 19 4.0(-15) 1.0(-7) 0 2 0 13 19 3.5(-12) 0.5(-3) 1 1 1 37 38 7.5(-27) 1.5(-10) 1 3 1

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Thomas Hill

5-11 • 200 • Defensive Back Sophomore • Duncanville, TX Sophomore letterman and a top contender for the starting berth at free safety . . . Picked up valuable experience last year and should use that to his advantage in 2012 . . . Athletic youngster who will only get better with more playing time.

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football 2011: Saw significant playing time the first seven games and then started the final four contests, finishing with 32 tackles . . . Had 3.0 tackles for loss with one sack along with three broken up passes, one forced fumble and one blocked kick . . . Made a season-high seven tackles and broke up a pass in first-ever start against Fort Hays State . . . Blocked a punt that led to a field goal in win over Black Hills State . . . Had six tackles with a sack and PBU against Northeastern State. High School: Earned All-District and All-Region honors as a senior at Duncanville (Texas) High School after recording more than 80 tackles with three forced fumbles and an interception . . . Also a track standout in the hurdles, long jump and triple jump. Personal: A business management major and member of UCO Dean’s Honor Roll . . . Names ‘‘Any Given Sunday” as his favorite sports movie . . . Birthdate is Aug. 5, 1992. Year Tackles 2011 32

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Tucker Holland

6-1 • 195 • Wide Receiver Senior • Edmond Team leader and proven offensive force who will fill a starting role as the slot receiver this season . . . Doesn’t make mistakes and a tough, hard-nosed competitor ready to once again be a main cog in the passing game . . . Seasoned veteran who runs precise routes and makes the tough catches . . . Has 88 receptions for 892 yards and nine touchdowns in his career, needing 10 catches to move into UCO’s all-time top-10 list . . . Has also been the holder on placement kicks the last two years and should continue those duties. 2011: Played in all 11 games with four starts, hauling in 31 passes for 275 yards and three touchdowns . . . Had at least one catch in nine games and had four outings with four or more receptions . . . Caught six passes for a season-high 63 yards and TDs of eight and 24 yards against Fort Hays State . . . Also snagged six passes for 55 yards against Southwestern Oklahoma . . . Other TD grab was 17-yard over-the-shoulder catch at No. 6-ranked North Alabama. 2010: Finished second on the team for both receptions (47) and yards (564) in picking up second-team All-Lone Star Conference North Division honors . . . Had a team-best six touchdown catches . . . Caught at least five passes in six games, including one stretch of four straight . . . Had seven-reception outings against Incarnate Word and East Central . . . Snared six passes for career-high 111 yards with career-long 45-yarder against Pittsburg State . . . TD grabs came against UIW (12 yards), Midwestern State (21), Eastern New Mexico (seven), Southeastern

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Personal: A business management major . . . Enjoys snow skiing and motorcycle racing among his hobbies . . . Birthdate is Dec. 12, 1989. Oklahoma (eight), Southwestern Oklahoma (35) and Angelo State (19) . . . Was also an Academic All-LSC North Division selection. 2009: Caught 10 passes for 53 yards while playing in seven games with a pair of starts . . . All 10 receptions came during a three-game span in the middle of the season, capped by a five-catch, 27-yard outing against Southwest Baptist. 2008: Sat out a redshirt year. High School: Three-sport star at Oklahoma Christian School in Edmond . . . All-District and Class 2A All-Star as a senior after finishing with 983 yards and 24 touchdowns receiving . . . Also ran on a state championship 400-meter relay team in track and was an All-Stater in soccer. Personal: A chemistry major and member of UCO President’s Honor Roll who is looking to become a football coach . . . Has four older brothers, including one (Chase) who played at Oklahoma State . . . Father (Tracy) was UCO’s head coach from 2008-11 . . . Enjoys playing video games in his spare time . . . Names the Denver Bronchos as his favorite professional team and ‘‘Miracle on Ice” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is Aug. 5, 1989. Year Catches Yards Avg. TDs Long 2009 10 53 5.3 0 12 2010 47 564 12.0 6 45 2011 31 275 8.9 3 24 Totals 88 892 10.1 9 45

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Christian Hood

5-11 • 185 • Wide Receiver Sophomore • Tulsa Standout sophomore receiver who will be a prime target in the passing attack this fall . . . Had an immediate impact as a rookie last year and should gain a big boost from the experience gained . . . Versatile athlete capable of making the hard over-the-middle catches and also able to stretch a defense . . . Fearless performer who will probably see duty as UCO’s main punt returner. 2011: Burst onto the college scene in impressive fashion with nine catches for 74 yards in season opener at No. 6-ranked North Alabama . . . Topped the team with 54 receptions, which ranks fifth on UCO’s single-season list, and was second in yards (530) while starting in six games . . . Made at least one catch in every contest and caught fiveplus passes in six games . . . Had season-high 139 receiving yards on eight catches against Southwestern Oklahoma . . . Snared seven balls against both Washburn and Black Hills State, with lone touchdown coming on a 16-yard grab against Northeastern State . . . Also topped the team in punt returns (16) and yards (85) with a long of 20 and ran back four kickoffs for 91 yards.

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football High School: Two-way star at powerhouse Union High School in Tulsa . . . Tulsa World All-Metro Player of the Year and an All-State pick as a senior . . . Had 38 receptions for 726 yards and six touchdowns while adding 55 tackles and seven interceptions . . . Caught the game-winning TD pass in Union’s 50-47 Class 6A state finals victory over Jenks. Personal: A political science major and member of the President’s Leadership Council . . . Enjoys doing graphic design as a hobby . . . Names the Oklahoma City Thunder as his favorite professional team . . . Birthdate is April 22, 1993. Year Catches Yards Avg. TDs Long 2011 54 530 9.8 1 49

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Chris King

6-4 • 270 • Offensive Line Sophomore • Jenks Sophomore lineman ready to take over a starting role this season . . . Saw limited playing time last year, but is expected to fill the No. 1 spot at left tackle and has the ability to be a real asset up front. 2011: Saw limited action in several games.

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Derrick Ingram

6-5 • 230 • Tight End Senior • Hollis

2011: Played in 10 games with a pair of starts . . . Made first -- and only -- catch of career a memorable one with three-yard touchdown grab in big Homecoming win over East Central. 2010: Squadman who didn’t see any action. 2009: Lettered in back-up role at tight end. 2008: Sat out a redshirt year. High School: Two-way standout at Hollis High School. Personal: A business major . . . Enjoys watching movies in his spare time . . . Names the Chicago Cubs as his favorite professional team . . . Birthdate is July 22, 1989.

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Jeremy Jackson

Personal: A finance major . . . Father (Allen) played football at South Carolina . . . Enjoys golf as his top hobby . . . Names the Dallas Cowboys as his favorite professional team . . . Birthdate is Nov. 5, 1991.

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Sterling Koons

6-1 • 240 • Tight End Junior • Tuttle Converted defensive back expected to help out at tight end . . . Moved to offense during spring drills and had an impressive outing . . . Tough, physical junior who can really help with his blocking ability . . . Came to UCO after spending two years at the U.S. Air Force Academy. 2011: Played in nine games, finishing with 10 tackles . . . Best outing was a four-tackle performance in season finale against Lindenwood that included three solo stops.

The Players

Senior veteran set to see extended duty at tight end . . . Two-year letterman who has paid his dues and is ready to be a major contributor . . . Tall target as a receiver and has made drastic improvement as a blocker.

High School: Helped lead long-time Class 6A powerhouse Jenks High School to one state title and two runner-up finishes . . . All-District pick as a senior for the Trojans.

High School: District MVP and a Class 3A All-Star as a senior at Tuttle High School . . . Also a two-time state medalist in the 110-meter hurdles and a basketball letterman. Personal: A math major looking to become a football coach . . . Father (Phillip) played at Southeastern Oklahoma and was his football coach at THS and brother (Tanner) is a teammate at UCO . . . Names the Oklahoma City Thunder as his favorite professional team . . . Lists ‘‘White Men Can’t Jump” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is July 31, 1990.

6-1 • 190 • Defensive Back Junior • Lawton Junior transfer expected to push for playing time at safety. Findlay: Spend two years with the Division II-member Oilers. High School: All-District pick as a senior at Lawton Eisenhower High School. Personal: A criminal justice major looking for a career in law enforcement . . . Member of the ROTC at UCO . . . Birthdate is April 8, 1991.

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Tanner Koons

6-2 • 210 • Linebacker RS Freshman • Tuttle Redshirt freshman who is the favorite to be the top strongside linebacker this season . . . Excelled at the position after switching from defensive

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football back during the spring and the Bronchos are looking for big things from this talented youngster . . . Will only get better with experience and has a bright future ahead. High School: Three-sport standout at Tuttle High School . . . District MVP and a Class 3A All-Star in football and played in the Oil Bowl All-Star game . . . Also earned All-Conference honors in basketball and was a two-time regional champion in the 110-meter hurdles, finishing as state runner-up in 2011. Personal: An education major looking for a career as a football coach . . . Father (Phillip) played at Southeastern Oklahoma and was his football coach at THS and brother (Sterling) is a teammate at UCO . . . Names the Oakland Raiders as his favorite professional team . . . Lists ‘‘Slap Shot” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is June 15, 1992.

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Alex Levescy

The Players

6-3 • 300 • Offensive Line RS Freshman • Oklahoma City Redshirt freshman seeking to earn playing time on the offensive line . . . Is slated to help out at center and should only continue to improve with experience. 2011: Sat out a redshirt year. High School: Oklahoman All-City pick and an honorable mention All-Stater as a senior at U.S. Grant High School . . . Also an All-City pick in baseball. Personal: A physical education major looking to become a coach . . . Enjoys playing video games and basketball among his hobbies . . . Names ‘‘Major League” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is March 18, 1993.

2010: Saw plenty of action as a back-up, carrying nine times for 30 yards and catching six passes for 49 yards . . . Also had 19 kickoff returns for 431 yards, averaging 22.7 a return with a long of 37 . . . Ran back six kickoffs for 168 yards against Southeastern Oklahoma. High School: Played at Boswell High School in Fort Worth, Texas, earning team MVP honors . . . Was also a threetime regional qualifier in track and a basketball letterman. Personal: A finance major . . . Has an infant son (Braeden) . . . Enjoys listening to music and playing video games in his spare time . . . Names the Minnesota Vikings and Miami Heat as his favorite professional teams . . . Birthdate is Oct. 27, 1991. Rushing Receiving Year Att. Yds Avg. TDs Long Catches Yds Avg. TDs Long 2010 9 30 3.3 0 19 6 49 8.2 0 26 2011 32 112 3.5 0 16 10 18 1.8 0 7 Totals 41 142 3.5 0 19 16 67 4.2 0 26

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Caden Locke

6-0 • 180 • Wide Receiver RS Freshman • Bridge Creek Highly-regarded redshirt freshman vying for a starting berth at wide receiver this season . . . Made great progress last year and followed that with a fantastic spring campaign in moving up the depth chart and should see plenty of time on the field in 2012. 2011: Sat out a redshirt year.

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Dante’ Lipscomb

6-0 • 185 • Defensive Back Junior • Fort Worth, TX Versatile junior slated to take over as a starter at cornerback after moving over from offense during spring drills . . . Lettered at running back the last two years while also seeing time at wide receiver before switching to the secondary and quickly proved he could handle the position . . . Superb athlete with great speed who the Bronchos are counting on to fill a key defensive role this fall . . . Could also help out in the return game, having averaged 20.3 yards on 29 kickoff returns during his career. 2011: Played in 10 games and ended up being the team’s second-leading rusher, gaining 112 yards on 32 carries while adding 10 catches for 18 yards . . . Had seven rushes for a career-high 39 yards against Washburn . . . Also had 10 kickoff returns for 158 yards (15.8/return), including a four-return, 95-yard game in win over Black Hills State.

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High School: Four-sport standout at Bridge Creek High School . . . Class 3A All-Star on the gridiron while also lettering in baseball, basketball and track . . . Led the Bobcats to Class 4A state runner-up finish in basketball and was a regional runner-up in the long jump. Personal: A business management major looking for a career in the oil business . . . Names the New York Yankees as his top professional team . . . Birthdate is Aug. 8, 1992.

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Parker Loeffelholz

6-3 • 250 • Offensive Line RS Freshman • Ponca City Transfer who supplies depth to the offensive line . . . Came to UCO from Northwestern Oklahoma and is set to help out at a tackle spot this season.

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football NWOSU: Spent two years in Alva, but didn’t play football. High School: Product of Ponca City High School. Personal: A political science major with the aim of becoming a lawyer . . . Enjoys playing the guitar in his spare time . . . Names the Denver Broncos as his top professional team . . . Lists ‘‘Remember the Titans” as his favorite sports movie . . . Birthdate is July 28, 1991.

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Mason McLaughlin

6-3 • 250 • Defensive Line RS Freshman • Arlington, TX Redshirt freshman who adds depth to the defensive line . . . Missed most of spring drills to injury, but can help out on the defensive interior. 2011: Sat out a redshirt year.

Personal: A finance major . . . Father (Glenn) played baseball at Texas-El Paso . . . Lists fishing as his main hobby . . . Names the Dallas Cowboys as his favorite professional team and ‘‘Remember the Titans” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is July 3, 1993.

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Daniel Morrell

2009: Averaged a team-best 15.7 yards a reception with 24 catches for 377 yards and two TDs despite missing four games to injury . . . Had season highs for catches (seven) and yards (97) vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville. Tulsa: Spent two years at TU, redshirting one season and sitting out the next before transferring to UCO. High School: Three-year star at Blanchard High School, finishing with 130 career catches for 2,112 yards . . . Class 3A All-Star as a senior after snagging 70 passes for 1,051 yards and 13 TDs . . . Also captured the 100-meter dash state title as a junior. Personal: A fitness management major . . . Has seven siblings (four brothers, three sisters), with one (Benjamin) a freshman teammate at UCO . . . Birthdate is Aug. 28, 1987. Year Catches Yards Avg. TDs Long 2008 24 377 15.7 2 45 2009 45 640 14.2 6 80 2010 40 578 14.4 5 54 Totals 109 1,595 14.6 13 80

The Players

High School: All-District pick during senior season at Martin High School in Arlington, Texas after racking up 70 tackles, including 14 for loss.

2010: Was a second-team All-Lone Star Conference North Division selection after snaring 45 passes for 640 yards and six TDs . . . Averaged 14.2 yards a catch and had TD receptions of 10, 12, 20, 22, 25 and 80 yards, with the 80-yarder tied for the 10th-longest in school history . . . Caught at least one pass in all 11 games and had three-plus receptions in nine contests . . . Had six catches for career-high 142 yards and two TDs at Southeastern Oklahoma . . . Also went over the 100-yard mark with seven-catch, 113-yard outing against Pittsburg State.

6-1 • 195 • Wide Receiver Senior • Blanchard Veteran wide receiver returning to the field after a year layoff . . . Was one of the team’s top receivers from 2008-10 and is a speedy senior who will help stretch the defense with his ability to catch the long ball . . . Clutch performer and a threat to go the distance every time he touches the ball . . . Already ranks among UCO’s all-time leading receivers with 109 receptions (fifth most) for 1,595 yards (eighth best) and 13 touchdowns . . . Has averaged 14.6 yards a catch for his career and needs 405 yards to become just the fourth player in school history with 2,000-plus receiving yards. 2011: Sat out the season. 2010: Caught 40 passes and led the team in both yards (578) and average yards per catch (14.4), scoring five touchdowns . . . Had at least four receptions in six games, highlighted by seven-catch, 114-yard outing against Eastern New Mexico that included a 13-yard TD grab . . . Also went over the 100-yard mark (111) on five catches against Incarnate Word with a 54-yard TD . . . Made six catches for 94 yards with a 23yard score against Southeastern Oklahoma . . . Also had TD catches of 21 and 53 yards.

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Sam Moses 6-2 • 275 • Defensive Line Senior • Broken Arrow

The Players

Senior standout and team leader who spearheads UCO’s defensive front . . . Is set to start for the third straight year and will be a force on the line at nose guard . . . Has played a variety of positions on the line during his career, having been a consistent performer throughout . . . Tough, physical player who really excelled during spring drills and is ready to finish with a flourish. 2011: Was one of just a handful of players to start every game and tied for third in total tackles with 68, including 9.0 for minus-24 yards in losses . . . Also broke up two passes, forced a fumble and recovered a fumble . . . Had fiveplus tackles in seven games, highlighted by career-high 12-tackle outing against Fort Hays State that included 3.0 tackles for loss . . . Made nine stops with 1.5 for loss against Southwestern Oklahoma while causing and recovering a fumble to set up a UCO score . . . Also made eight tackles at Cal Poly and had seven-tackle games against both Angelo State and Northeastern State. 2010: Started every game and was an honorable mention All-Lone Star Conference North Division selection . . . Topped all down linemen in tackles with 51 total stops, including 4.0 for loss . . . Had five-plus tackles in five games, capped by seven-tackle outings against Midwestern State, Northeastern State and Texas A&M-Commerce . . . Had a half-sack vs. MSU and a tackle for loss against NSU. 2009: Played in 10 games with three starts and ended up earning honorable mention All-LSC North Division honors . . . Had 15 tackles on the season with 2.0 for loss, including a half sack and one pass broken up . . . Best outing was four-tackle effort against Southwest Baptist that included a tackle for loss. High School: All-District and a Tulsa World All-State pick as a senior at Broken Arrow High School . . . Also lettered three years in baseball for the Tigers. Personal: A public relations major . . . Brother (Josh) is a junior offensive lineman at Emporia State, UCO’s opponent on Sept. 15 . . . Enjoys fishing and hunting as his top hobbies . . . Names the Texas Rangers as his favorite professional team . . . Birthdate is Nov. 7, 1991. Year Tackles UT AT For Loss Sacks FR Int. PBU 2009 15 1 14 2(-7) 0.5(-4) 0 0 1 2010 51 20 31 4.0(-11) 0.5(-5) 0 0 0 2011 68 24 44 9.0(-24) --- 0 0 2 Totals 134 45 89 15.0(-42) 1.0(-9) 0 0 3

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Andy Navarro

6-1 • 250 • Defensive Line Junior • Del City Two-year letterman set to play a major role on the defensive line . . . Should see plenty of action at end and is an experienced junior ready to be a top contributor in 2012. 2011: Played in 10 games and ended with eight tackles, including 2.0 for loss with a half sack . . . Best outing came against Southeastern Oklahoma, a four-tackle performance that included both tackles for loss . . . Also saw some action as a blocking back on offense in shortyardage situations. 2010: Finished with 24 tackles while playing in all 11 games . . . Made a season-high five tackles in first-ever collegiate game against Pittsburg State and made four stops against Texas A&M-Commerce. 2009: Sat out a redshirt year. High School: Earned All-District honors as a senior at Del City High School . . . Also a state qualifier in wrestling and power lifting. Personal: A business administration major . . . Birthdate is Dec. 14, 1990. Year Tackles UT AT For Loss Sacks FR Int. PBU 2010 24 8 16 0.5(-1) --- 0 0 0 2011 8 2 6 2.0(-4) 0.5(-3) 0 0 0 Totals 32 10 22 2.5(-5) 0.5(-3) 0 0 0

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Adrian Nelson

6-4 • 230 • Quarterback Junior • Houston, TX Highly-touted junior college transfer who is favored to take over the reigns at quarterback this season . . . Came to UCO at the semester break and really took charge during spring drills . . . Tall, athletic junior with a strong arm and a great grasp of UCO’s new offensive attack . . . Is coming off a brilliant juco career and is poised for a banner campaign. Juco: Played two seasons for UCO head coach Nick Bobeck at Navarro College, helping the team to a 21-3 record and the 2010 national championship . . . Ranked fifth in the juco passing ranks last year with a school-record 3,754 yards, also setting school marks for completions (263) and touchdowns (33) . . . Hit 27-of-41 passes for 271 yards and two TDs in 33-29 win over Tyler in the conference title game. High School: All-District selection as a senior at Bellaire High School in Houston . . . Also lettered in basketball. Personal: A criminal justice major . . . Has an infant daughter (Niylah) . . . Lists the Houston Texans as his top professional team . . . Birthdate is Oct. 21, 1991.

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6-3 • 285 • Offensive Line Senior • Choctaw

6-4 • 260 • Defensive Line Sophomore • Moore Returning starter set to maintain his position as one of the top defensive ends . . . Stepped in and had an immediate impact as a rookie last year, making rapid progress throughout the season . . . Should be even better this fall with experience and success gained from 2011 and will be a stalwart defensive presence for the Bronchos. 2011: Took over a starting role from the outset as a true freshman and stayed there all year before missing the season finale to injury . . . Finished with 25 tackles, including 3.5 for loss with a half sack and two fumble recoveries . . . Had four tackles with a half sack, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in collegiate debut against No. 6-ranked North Alabama . . . Collected a season-high six tackles with one for loss at Southwestern Oklahoma . . . Had four tackles and a fumble recovery against Southeastern Oklahoma.

Justin Pruitt

Veteran offensive lineman returning for a second crack at his senior season . . . Started the first three games of 2011 before suffering seasonending injury and received a hardship ruling to retain a year of eligibility . . . Didn’t participate in spring drills, but has worked hard to rehabilitate and is ready to have an impact . . . Should see plenty of time at tackle and has the ability to earn a starting berth if he’s back to full strength. 2011: Started the first three games before going out with injury in first half of Angelo State contest. 2010: Started in nine games, missing two to injury . . . Helped pave the way for an offensive unit that averaged 382.9 yards a game while giving up just five sacks -- second-best in Division II -- in 430 pass attempts. 2009: Saw limited playing time as a back-up.

Personal: An industrial safety major . . . Enjoys fishing as his main hobby . . . Names the Texas Rangers as his top professional team . . . Birthdate is May 30, 1992. Year Tackles UT AT For Loss Sacks FR Int. PBU 2011 25 11 14 3.5(-9) 0.5(-2) 2 0 0

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Cameron Pound

6-2 • 310 • Offensive Line Junior • Moore

2008: Squad member. High School: Two-way line starter at Choctaw High School, collecting All-District, All-Conference and Oklahoman Big All-City recognition as a senior . . . Played in the Oil Bowl and Jim Thorpe all-star games . . . Made 116 tackles with 11 sacks during his senior year. Personal: A biology major looking to become a coach . . . Names the Baltimore Ravens as his favorite pro team . . . Birthdate is June 11, 1990.

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Chris Robbs

5-9 • 175 • Place-kicker Senior • Dallas, TX

High School: All-District and All-State selection as a senior at Westmoore High School . . . Also an All-Conference player in baseball.

Senior veteran scheduled to handle the kicking duties for the fourth consecutive year . . . Has been UCO’s top place-kicker since midway through his freshman year and enters the season with 147 career points, needing just 34 to crack the school’s all-time top 10 list . . . Accurate right-footed kicker who can be a key offensive weapon for the Bronchos and should also handle kickoffs again . . . Has hit 84-of-90 extra points (93.3 percent) and 21-of-30 field goals (70.0 percent) for his career . . . Enters the season having made 28 consecutive PATs.

Personal: A kinesiology major looking to become a football coach . . . Enjoys playing golf in his spare time . . . Lists the Dallas Cowboys as his favorite professional team . . . Names ‘‘Friday Night Lights” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is Sept. 6, 1990.

2011: Was the team’s leading scorer with 56 points, hitting all 20 extra point tries and 12-of-16 field goal attempts (75 percent) . . . Scored 12 points in win over Black

Junior offensive lineman ready to step into a starting role after sitting out last season . . . Big, strong veteran with plenty of experience who should be a major force at a guard spot in helping the offense go . . . Transferred to UCO last year from Sam Houston State. SHSU: Played two years for the Football Championship Subdivisionmember Bearkats . . . Started six games and played in three others as a true freshman in 2009 before starting all 11 games the next season . . . Was an honorable mention All-Southland Conference pick as a sophomore.

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The Players

High School: Made 76 tackles with 10 sacks as a senior at Westmoore High School . . . Earned All-Conference, District Defensive Lineman of the Year, Oklahoman All-Big City and Class 6A All-Star recognition his final season . . . Also lettered in baseball and track.

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The Players

High School: Enjoyed a stellar prep career at Bishop Lynch High School in Dallas, earning All-District honors three times . . . All-State pick as a senior after hitting 51-of-53 extra points and 6-of-10 field goals. Personal: A chemistry major looking for a career as a cardiologist or orthopedic surgeon . . . Older sister (Stefani) played soccer at Central Arkansas . . . Enjoys fishing and hunting among his hobbies . . . Names the Dallas Cowboys as his favorite professional team . . . Lists ‘‘Varsity Blues” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is June 6, 1990. Extra Points Year Made Att. Pct. 2009 23 26 88.5 2010 41 44 93.2 2011 20 20 100.0 Totals 84 90 93.3

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Ethan Sharp

6-2 • 205 • Quarterback Senior • Eufaula Two-year starter at quarterback and one of most prolific passers in school history . . . Is slated to be the main back-up, but will definitely compete for the starting job and is a strong-armed senior capable of taking control of the offense . . . Fantastic all-around athlete and a seasoned veteran who already owns school career records for completions (457) and attempts (782) while ranking fourth in passing yards (4,524) and sixth in total offense (4,592 yards) . . . Has had four of the top-20 passing games in school history . . . Missed spring drills while pitching for the baseball team, going 3-1 in helping the Bronchos to a 31-17 record. 2011: Missed one game and parts of two others to an assortment of injuries, but still had the eighth-best passing season in school history with 2,078 yards while hitting 231-of-396 passes (58.3 percent) with seven touchdowns . . . Set single-game school records for completions (41) and attempts (71) in season opener at No. 6-ranked North Alabama, finishing the contest with 351 yards (eighth-best at UCO) and one touchdown . .

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. Threw for a career-high 404 yards (fourth-best) against Southwestern Oklahoma, completing 39-of-57 attempts . . . Was 30-of-50 for 290 yards and two TDs in hard-fought road loss to FCS-member Cal Poly. 2010: Started all 10 games he played -- missing one to injury -- and finished with 2,444 passing yards, which ranks fifth on UCO’s single-season list . . . Completed 225-of-382 passes (58.9 percent) with 13 interceptions and 24 touchdowns, just one off the school record . . . Added 88 yards and two TDs rushing to end up with 2,532 total yards, the fifth-best effort in school history . . . Threw at least one touchdown pass in all 10 games and had three four-TD games in earning second-team All-Lone Star Conference North Division honors . . . Picked up LSC North Division Offensive Player of the Week honors two weeks in a row . . . Won that award after hitting 19-of-24 passes for 190 yards and two TDs while also running for a score in a 37-21 win over Tarleton State and took it again the next week after going 30-of-51 for 350 yards and four TDs in overtime loss to Incarnate Word . . . That 350-yard game ranks as the ninth-best at UCO and also had the 19th-best with a 310-yard performance against Eastern New Mexico while completing 23-of-33 passes with two scores. 2009: Played in just three games as the back-up, completing 1-of-4 passes for two yards . . . Got the bulk of his action in second half at Texas A&M-Kingsville, attempting all four passes in that contest . . . Saw some duty as a relief pitcher for the UCO baseball team in the spring of 2010. High School: Three-sport star at Eufaula High School . . . Enjoyed a sensational senior season on the gridiron, hitting 240-of-400 passes for 3,750 yards and 43 touchdowns in earning All-District, All-Area MVP and All-State recognition . . . Also an All-Conference pick in basketball and an honorable mention All-Stater in baseball. Personal: A kinesiology major looking for a career as a physical therapist . . . Names the Dallas Cowboys as his favorite team . . . Lists ‘‘Friday Night Lights” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is Aug. 10, 1990. Year Comp.-Att.-Int. Pct. Yards TDs Long 2009 1-4-0 .250 2 0 2 2010 225-382-13 58.9 2,444 24 54 2011 231-396-13 58.3 2,078 7 49 Totals 457-782-26 58.4 4,524 31 54

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Adrian Shoecraft

5-11 • 225 • Linebacker Junior • Edmond Talented junior transfer who will fill one of the starting linebacker roles this season . . . Went through spring practice after coming to UCO from

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Turner Troup

6-1 • 230 • Linebacker Senior • Norman

2011: Played in seven games with four starts and finished with 25 tackles, including 2.5 for loss . . . Made a season-high nine tackles against Northeastern State and had five stops against Lindenwood. 2010: Honorable mention AllLone Star Conference North Division pick after racking up 89 tackles, second-best on the team . . . Made a team-high 49 solo stops, which ranks ninth on UCO’s single-season list . . . Had 13-tackle outings against Pittsburg State and Midwestern State, adding an interception in MSU contest . . . Also had double-digit stops against Texas A&M-Commerce (11), East Central (10) and Southwestern Oklahoma (10).

Year Tackles 2010 89 2011 25 Totals 114

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Dominique Walker

6-0 • 210 • Running Back Soph. • Reynoldsburg, OH Sophomore transfer looking to battle for playing time at running back after going through spring drills. Heidelberg: Played one year for the Division III Knights in Tiffin, Ohio. High School: Product of Reynoldsburg (Ohio) High School. Personal: A kinesiology major . . . Names the Philadelphia Eagles as his favorite professional team . . . Birthdate is July 4, 1991.

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Dylan Warner

6-0 • 195 • Defensive Back Sophomore • Lawton Sophomore letterman who will be one of the team’s top defensive backs this fall . . . Earned extensive playing time as a true freshman last year and should get a big boost from the experience gained . . . Will be a major contributor in the secondary at safety and has a bright future ahead with the Bronchos. 2011: Played in all 11 games with two starts as a rookie, ending up with 23 tackles, three broken up passes, two interceptions and a fumble recovery . . . Made a season-high nine tackles with an interception and PBU in first-ever start against Northeastern State . . . Picked up first career interception against Fort Hays State.

2009: Suffered season-ending injury in opener and earned a hardship ruling to retain a year of eligibility.

High School: Prep standout at Class 5A powerhouse Lawton MacArthur High School . . . Also a baseball letterman for the Highlanders.

OU: Spent two years with the Sooners, redshirting in 2007 and spending 2008 as a squadman.

Personal: A business marketing major hoping to become a sports agent . . . Younger brother (Jacob) is a freshman teammate at UCO . . . Names the New England Patriots as his favorite professional team . . . Lists ‘‘The Sandlot” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is June 3, 1992.

High School: Ranked third in the state with 145 tackles as a senior at Norman High School . . . Picked up All-District, All-Conference, Oklahoman Big All-City and All-State recognition while also ranked as the 16th-best inside linebacker in the country by ESPN.com . . . Also a track standout for the Tigers in the 100-meter dash, shot put and discus.

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Hard-nosed senior veteran set to spearhead the defense from his middle linebacker position . . . Team leader and fierce competitor who the Bronchos are counting on for a big season . . . Intelligent player and a proven performer with the ability to be a defensive stopper . . . Was slowed by a variety of injuries last year, but is healthy now and ready to finish his career in style . . . Transferred to UCO in 2009.

Personal: A pre-physical therapy major and member of UCO Dean’s Honor Roll . . . Names the Baltimore Ravens as his top professional team . . . Tabs ‘‘Any Given Sunday” as his favorite sports movie . . . Birthdate is June 5, 1988.

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6-0 • 175 • Defensive Back Senior • Fresno, CA

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Returning starter who will be one of the main contributors in the secondary . . . Missed spring drills with injury, but is expected to be back at full speed this fall . . . Had a solid season at cornerback last year and should challenge for a starting berth once again . . . Senior veteran with great speed. 2011: Made 44 tackles with three interceptions and five broken up passes while starting all 11 games . . . Tied a single-game school record with 100-yard interception return for touchdown against Southwestern Oklahoma . . . Had another interception along with seven tackles and a broken up a pass in that contest . . . Racked up a season-high 10 tackles in Homecoming win over East Central . . . Made seven tackles, blocked an extra point and had a PBU against Southeastern Oklahoma . . . Other interception came in season opener at No. 6-ranked North Alabama. Juco/WSU: Played one year at College of Sequoias (Calif.) and was at Division II member Winona State in 2010 . . . Saw action on both sides of the ball at Winona, making 11 tackles (nine solo) with 2.0 for loss and one broken up pass while also catching three passes for 60 yards. High School: Two-way standout at Bullard High School in Fresno, Calif., earning All-Conference honors at cornerback in addition to starting at wide receiver. Personal: A mass communications major . . . Enjoys playing video games as his top hobby . . . Names ‘‘Remember the Titans” as his favorite sports movie . . . Birthdate is June 28, 1990. Year 2011

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Terry Williamson

6-2 • 225 • Linebacker Sophomore • Broken Arrow Sophomore linebacker expected to miss the season with injury . . . Would definitely vie for a starting berth if healthy after picking up much-needed experience last year . . . Athletic youngster who will only keep improving. 2011: Played in nine games with two starts and finished with 18 tackles, including 1.0 for loss . . . Made season-high seven tackles with a half tackle for loss in season opener at No. 6-ranked North Alabama. 2010: Sat out a redshirt year. High School: Prep standout at Broken Arrow High School . . . Class 6A heavyweight state wrestling champion as a senior. Personal: Undecided on a major . . . Birthdate is Sept. 24, 1991. Year 2011

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Deontay Wilson

6-2 • 270 • Defensive Line RS Freshman • Coweta Redshirt freshman expected to help out on the defensive line this season . . . Had a productive spring campaign in showing what he’s capable of and is set to see extensive action at nose guard. 2011: Sat out a redshirt year. High School: Prep standout at Coweta High School, earning All-District and All-State honors as a senior . . . Also lettered in basketball. Personal: A criminal justice major looking to work for the DEA . . . Enjoys hunting and fishing as his top hobbies . . . Lists the Dallas Cowboys and Oklahoma City Thunder as his top professional teams . . . Names ‘‘Remember the Titans” as his favorite sports movie . . . Birthdate is May 30, 1992.

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Garrett Baker

6-1 • 210 • Linebacker Freshman • Morris

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Carson

6-4 • 220 • Tight End Junior • Modesto, CA

Rookie linebacker coming off a stellar prep career.

Junior college transfer ready to vie for playing time at tight end.

High School: Earned All-District and Class 2A All-Star honors as a senior at Morris High School last year after racking up 157 tackles with 11 sacks . . . Had 127 tackles and 13 sacks as a junior . . . Also competed in powerlifting.

Juco: Played two years at Butte (Calif.) College, helping the Roadrunners go 19-3 with two bowl game victories.

Personal: A health and science major . . . Names the Pittsburgh Steelers as his favorite professional team . . . Lists ‘‘The Express” as his top sports movie . . . Enjoys hiking as a hobby . . . Birthdate is Nov. 1, 1993.

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5-11 • 220 • Running Back Junior • Moreno Valley, CA

Junior transfer looking to contend for playing time at running back.

Personal: A political science major looking to become a lawyer and politician . . . Enjoys playing basketball as one of his hobbies . . . Names ‘‘Remember the Titans” as his favorite sports movie . . . Birthdate is Feb. 26, 1992.

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Clayton

6-2 • 277 • Defensive Line Junior • Richland Hills, TX

Juco: Played last year at Mt. San Antonio (Calif.) College, helping the Mounties to an 11-2 record and junior college state runner-up finish . . . Rushed for 609 yards and seven touchdowns on 121 carries while adding nine receptions for 71 yards . . . Picked up 55 yards in 10 rushes and caught two passes for 31 yards in 52-42 state championship finals loss.

Defensive line transfer with a chance to step in and provide immediate help this fall.

High School: Two-time All-League selection at Canyon Springs High School in Moreno Valley, Calif.

High School: Product of Birdville High School in North Richland Hills, Texas.

Personal: A sociology major . . . Names the San Francisco 49ers as his top professional team . . . Lists ‘‘The Express” as his favorite sports movie . . . Birthdate is Oct. 22, 1991.

Personal: A general studies major who wants to become a sports agent . . . Enjoys playing basketball in his spare time . . . Names the Dallas Cowboys and Boston Celtics as his favorite professional teams . . . Birthdate is June 21, 1991.

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Carlos Bustillos

6-2 • 235 • Defensive Line Freshman • Enid

Freshman defensive lineman.

Juco: Played two years at Garden City (Kan.) Community College.

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T.J. Eckert

The Players

Christian Bobo

High School: Two-time All-League pick in both football and baseball at Central Catholic High School in Modesto, Calif., also earning AllDistrict honors in both sports as a senior.

6-0 • 190 • Quarterback Freshman • Bixby

Freshman quarterback who enjoyed a splendid high school career. High School: Collected 99 tackles and eight sacks as a senior at Enid High School last year to gain All-District recognition and was an AllNorthwest Region pick by Vype Magazine . . . Also lettered in wrestling for the Plainsmen. Personal: A criminal justice major looking for a career in law enforcement . . . Enjoys weight lifting as a hobby . . . Names the Oakland Raiders and Los Angeles Lakers as his top professional teams . . . Lists ‘‘Rudy” as his favorite sports movie . . . Was born in Hawaii on Aug. 13, 1993.

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High School: Passed for 5,616 yards and 56 touchdowns during four years at Bixby High School, serving as team captain the last two . . . Class 6A All-Star pick last year after completing 198-of-362 passes for 2,628 yards and 25 TDs in leading the Spartans to the state playoffs. . . Also a three-time All-District pick in baseball. Personal: A psychology major looking for a career as a sports psychologist . . . Father (Mike) was a baseball standout at Seminole State College and played professionally for the New York Yankees organization . . . Names the Pittsburgh Steelers as his favorite professional team . . . Birthdate is March 1, 1993.

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Micah Goodman

6-4 • 285 • Offensive Line Freshman • Medford

Darrell Hill

Rookie offensive lineman coming to the college ranks after playing eight-man in high school.

Sophomore wide receiver returning to the field after sitting out the past two years.

High School: Class C All-Star selection as a senior last year at Medford High School . . . Two-time All-District pick . . . Also an All-Conference performer in baseball for the Cardinals.

High School: Team captain as a senior at Edmond Memorial High School . . . Also lettered in basketball and track for the Bulldogs.

Personal: A criminal justice major looking for a career with the Secret Service . . . Enjoys golf and fishing as his hobbies . . . Names the Texas Rangers as his favorite professional team . . . Lists ‘‘Radio” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is Oct. 25, 1993.

Personal: A business management major . . . Enjoys playing video games in his spare time . . . Names the Philadelphia Eagles as his top professional team . . . Lists ‘‘Friday Night Lights” as his favorite sports movie . . . Birthdate is Aug. 25, 1992.

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Stephon Grant

The Players

6-5 • 225 • Wide Receiver Sophomore • Edmond

5-11 • 170 • Wide Receiver Sophomore • Edmond

Local product and sophomore wide receiver returning to the field after a layoff . . . Spent past two years going to school at Oklahoma State. High School: Football-track standout at Memorial High School in Edmond . . . Caught 12 passes for 230 yards and four touchdowns as a senior for the Bulldogs . . . State qualifier in the 100- and 200-meter dashes and the 400 relay. Personal: A psychology major . . . Names the Detroit Lions as his favorite professional team . . . Lists ‘‘Remember the Titans” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is March 31, 1991.

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Brock Freshman • Tulsa Henderson

Offensive line prospect coming from a prep powerhouse who has a bright future with the Bronchos. High School: Helped Tulsa Union to four straight Class 6A state championships . . . Academic All-Conference pick in football and basketball . . . Also lettered in track. Personal: An engineering major . . . Enjoys fishing and weight lifting in his spare time . . . Names the New York Giants as his top professional team . . . Lists ‘‘Radio” as his favorite sports movie . . . Birthdate is Jan. 10, 1994.

Steven Hicks

5-11 • 185 • Defensive Back Junior • Tyler, TX

Junior transfer returning to the field after a lengthy layoff . . . Texas prep star who signed with Colorado out of high school, redshirting his first year with the Buffaloes in 2008 . . . Didn’t play the next three years while attending CU, but is a fantastic athlete with a chance to step in and help at cornerback. High School: Was rated as the nation’s 47th-best defensive back by Rivals.com as a senior at Whitehouse High School in Tyler, Texas . . . Garnered All-District and All-State honors his final season after finishing with 70 tackles, 15 passes broken up and three interceptions . . . Helped lead the team to 22-4 record and back-to-back playoff berths as a junior and senior . . . Also earned All-District honors in track and soccer. Personal: A mass communications major looking to become a sports commentator . . . Has a daughter (Seri Liana) . . . Has two cousins who play in the NFL -- Brandon Pettigrew (Detroit) and Kendall Hunter (San Francisco) . . . Enjoys cooking as an off-field interest . . . Names ‘‘Bend It Like Beckham” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is May 9, 1990.

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Rico Hogan

5-11 • 168 • Defensive Back Freshman • Norman

Freshman defensive back set to help out at cornerback . . . Also plans to play basketball for the Bronchos. High School: Two-way standout at Norman High School, earning All-Conference, All-District and Class 6A All-Star honors on defense last year . . . Intercepted five passes, broke up seven others and made 31 tackles as a senior while catching 26 passes for 383 yards and three touchdowns . . . Also lettered in basketball and track for the Tigers. Personal: Undecided on a major . . . Birthdate is Nov. 4, 1993.

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Jackson

6-5 • 265 • Defensive Line Senior • Griffin, GA

Big-time senior transfer who should have an immediate impact at defensive end this season . . . Signed with Georgia out of high school before going to Navarro (Texas) College and spent last season at Central Florida. UCF: Played in nine games with two starts for the Knights in 2011 . . . Finished with 14 tackles, including three for loss, and blocked a punt. Juco: Two-year star at Navarro while playing for UCO head coach Nick Bobeck . . . Earned All-America honors as a sophomore in 2010 after helping lead the Bulldogs to an 11-1 record and the national championship . . . Was MVP in Navarro’s national title game victory over Butler (Kan.) Community College after making two sacks and two other tackles for loss. High School: Named Class 4A Defensive Player of the Year as a senior at Griffin (Ga.) High School . . . Was ranked as the No. 9 defensive end prospect in the nation as a senior by one publication.

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Sam

Jenkins

6-2 • 310 • Offensive Line Freshman • Duncanville, TX

Freshman offensive lineman adding depth at center. High School: Two-time All-District performer at Duncanville (Texas) High School . . . Team captain as a senior and offensive line MVP at Miami (Fla.) offensive line camp in 2011. Personal: A business education major looking to become a coach . . . Enjoys playing video games as a hobby . . . Names the Baltimore Ravens as his top professional team . . . Lists ‘‘Remember the Titans” as his favorite sports movie . . . Birthdate is March 15, 1994.

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Johnson

6-3 • 185 • Wide Receiver Freshman • Denton, TX

Multi-talented rookie wide receiver.

6-5 • 270 • Offensive Line

Brandon Freshman • Claremore McCollough Freshman offensive lineman slated to see duty at tackle.

High School: Helped lead Claremore High School to a pair of state playoff appearances . . . Garnered All-District recognition as a senior for the Zebras. Personal: A business major . . . Enjoys reading in his spare time . . . Names the Green Bay Packers as his favorite professional team . . . Lists ‘‘The Longest Yard” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is April 9, 1994.

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Luke Owens

6-1 • 220 • Linebacker Freshman • Sand Springs

Freshman linebacker prospect set to play in the middle. High School: Two-way star at Charles Page High School in Sand Springs . . . Racked up 212 tackles with two interceptions his last two seasons and was an All-District pick at running back as a senior . . . Two-year team captain for the Sandies and also a soccer and wrestling letterman, earning All-District honors on the mat. Personal: A nursing major looking to become a physician’s assistant . . . Enjoys fishing and riding four-wheelers among his hobbies . . . Lists the Baltimore Ravens and Los Angeles Clippers as his top professional teams . . . Names ‘‘Friday Night Lights” as his favorite sports movie . . . Birthdate is Sept. 28, 1993.

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Montana Poorboy

The Players

Personal: A general studies major . . . Names the Baltimore Ravens as his favorite professional team . . . Lists ‘‘Any Given Sunday” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is Oct. 18, 1989.

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6-4 • 295 • Offensive Line Freshman • Catoosa

Highly-regarded offensive lineman looking to help out at a guard sport. High School: Two-way line standout at Catoosa High School . . . Claimed Oklahoma Coaches Association and Tulsa World All-State honors on offense and was an All-District selection at defensive end as a senior . . . Helped lead the Indians to a 12-1 record and the Class 4A state semifinals last year . . . Also lettered in baseball, basketball and track. Personal: An engineering major . . . Names the New York Jets as his top professional team . . . Birthdate is Dec. 20, 1993.

High School: Three-sport standout at Ryan High School in Denton, Texas . . . Two-time All-District pick in football, All-District and AllArea selection in basketball as a senior after leading the team to the state tournament and also a track letterman. Personal: Undecided on a major . . . Birthdate is Sept. 10, 1993.

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Connor Pulley

6-4 • 195 • Wide Receiver Freshman • Newkirk

Tylor Seabolt

6-3 • 170 • Wide Receiver Freshman • Jones

Freshman newcomer looking to push for time as a slot receiver.

Highly-touted freshman ready to help out at wide receiver.

High School: Three-sport star at Newkirk High School . . . Class 2A All-Star and District 2A-7 MVP as a senior on the gridiron last year . . . Compiled 110 receptions for 2,166 yards and 26 touchdowns for his career while adding 547 yards and 10 TDs rushing . . . Helped the Tigers to their first-ever state tournament appearance in baseball as a junior and also lettered in basketball.

High School: Enjoyed a brilliant career at Jones High School, finishing with 178 catches for 3,130 yards and 43 touchdowns . . . Hauled in 68 passes for 1,213 yards and 17 TDs as a senior to lead the Longhorns to a Class 2A state runner-up finish, catching a 33-yard TD pass in state finals loss . . . Picked up Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State and Oklahoman Little All-City honors last year . . . Also an All-Conference selection in basketball.

Personal: A wildlife management major . . . Mother (Dana) played basketball at Oklahoma State and father (Steve) football at Northwestern Oklahoma . . . Enjoys hunting, fishing and golf as his top hobbies . . . Lists the Indianapolis Colts as his favorite professional team . . . Was president of his senior class at NHS . . . Birthdate is July 20, 1993.

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Marc Robinson

6-0 • 220 • Linebacker Freshman • Millwood

Personal: Undecided on a major . . . Enjoys watching movies in his spare time . . . Names the San Francisco 49ers as his favorite professional team . . . Lists ‘‘Friday Night Lights” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is Sept. 3, 1993.

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Clint Simek

6-2 • 210 • Tight End Freshman • Guthrie

Rookie linebacker who has a chance to step in and provide immediate help.

Freshman tight end coming from one of the state’s top high school programs.

High School: All-District and a second-team All-State pick by the Oklahoman as a senior at perennial powerhouse Millwood High School after helping lead the Falcons to the Class 2A state semifinals . . . Also lettered in basketball, soccer and track.

High School: All-District pick as a senior last year after helping Guthrie High School capture the Class 5A state championship.

Personal: A business major . . . Enjoys fishing as his main hobby . . . Names the San Diego Chargers as his top professional team . . . Lists ‘‘Remember the Titans” as his favorite sports movie . . . Birthdate is April 1, 1993.

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Alberto Rodriquez

Personal: A criminal justice major . . . Birthdate is Jan. 29, 1994.

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Jas’sen Stoner 6-3 • 290 • Offensive Line Junior • Martinez, CA

Junior college transfer expected to vie for extended action on the offensive line this season. Juco: Played two years at Diablo Valley (Calif.) College.

6-0 • 205 • Linebacker Freshman • Oklahoma City

Incoming freshman ready to provide additional depth at linebacker. High School: Three-year standout at Class 4A powerhouse Douglass High School, helping guide the Trojans to a state title and runner-up finish . . . Racked up 308 tackles with six sacks and eight forced fumbles for his career . . . Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State selection and District 4A-2 Linebacker of the Year as a senior after finishing with 128 tackles, two sacks, two broken up passes, one forced fumble and one recovered fumble . . . Also played in the Oklahoma-Texas Oil Bowl All-Star game.

High School: Product of Alhambra High School in Martinez, Calif. Personal: Undecided on a major. Personal: A criminal justice major looking to become a fire fighter . . . Likes playing basketball and video games in his spare time . . . Names the San Francisco 49ers as his top professional team . . . Lists ‘‘Friday Night Lights” as his favorite sports movie.

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Dylan Swartz

6-3 • 210 • Quarterback Junior • Modesto, CA

Junior transfer who could push for playing time at quarterback this season . . . Srong-armed newcomer and a late addition to the team. Juco: Played two years at California junior college powerhouse Butte College, helping the Roadrunners to a 19-3 record and two bowl wins. High School: League Most Valuable Player as a senior after passing for 2,537 yards and 33 touchdowns with just three interceptions . . . Also picked up All-District and Small School All-State honors his final year in addition to earning All-League accolades in baseball. Personal: Journalism major looking for a career as a sportswriter . . . Names the Los Angeles Lakers and San Francisco 49ers as his top professional teams . . . Birthdate is April 23, 1992.

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5-11 • 200 • Defensive Back Freshman • Claremore

High School: Class 5A All-Star at running back for Claremore High School last season, finishing his career with 519 carries for 2,630 yards and 30 touchdowns. Personal: A kinesiology major looking to become a strength and conditioning coach . . . Brother (Brad) played football at Northwestern Oklahoma . . . Names the Dallas Cowboys as his favorite professional team . . . Lists ‘‘Friday Night Lights” as his top sports movie . . . Birthdate is May 13, 1993.

Leroy Travis, Jr.

Personal: A physical education major looking to become a coach . . . Has four older sisters . . . Enjoys playing video games in his spare time . . . Names the San Francisco 49ers as his top professional team . . . Birthdate is July 12, 1990.

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Jacob Warner

5-11 • 205 • Linebacker Freshman • Lawton

Rookie linebacker with a chance to step in and provide immediate help this season.

Running back-defensive back standout in high school who is scheduled to play defense this season.

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High School: All-League pick as a senior at Edison High School in Fresno, Calif. after catching 25 passes for 304 yards and five scores . . . Also an All-League pick in baseball.

High School: Three-year starter at Class 5A power Lawton MacArthur High School, helping the Highlanders to two district titles and a state runner-up finish . . . Finished with 185 tackles and four interceptions for his career . . . All-District pick as a senior last year and also a two-time state qualifier in tennis. Personal: A pre-med major looking to work in sports orthopedic medicine . . . Older brother (Dylan) is a sophomore teammate at UCO . . . Names the Indianapolis Colts as his top professional team . . . Lists ‘‘Friday Night Lights” as his favorite sports movie . . . Birthdate is Jan. 31, 1994.

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Chase Talbert

Juco: Two-year starter at Fresno City College (Calif.) . . . Had 18 catches for 291 yards and two touchdowns as a freshman in 2010, then snared 53 passes for 761 yards and nine TDs last year.

6-3 • 180 • Wide Receiver Freshman • Moore

Speedy freshman wide receiver who provides great depth.

6-2 • 185 • Wide Receiver Junior • Fresno, CA

Junior college transfer ready to be a factor in the passing game this season at wide receiver.

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High School: All-District 6A-3 choice as a senior at Southmoore High School . . . Also lettered in track for Sabercats. Personal: Undecided on a major . . . Birthdate is June 22, 1994.

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Ashton Dandy

Sam Moses (95) and Terry Williamson (40)

Brandon Williams Tucker Holland Broncho fanatics lead the cheers

Tyler Newton

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Aug. 30 Wantland Stadium

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Sept. 8 Carnie Smith Stadium

Quick Facts

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Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Location: Joplin, Mo. President: Dr. Bruce W. Speck Athletic Director: Jared Bruggeman School Colors: Green and Gold Nickname: Lions Stadium (Capacity): Fred G. Hughes Stadium (7,000) National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association

2012 Opponents

Pittsburg State

Head Coach: Daryl Daye Years, Record at MSSU: First year Years, Overall Record: Five years, 17-38 Coach’s Office Phone: 417-625-9358 Assistant Coaches: Jay Thomas, Bob Howell, Kevin Carey, Dustin Gisclair, Rashad Watson, Jake Landoll, Chris Couch, Randall State, Byron Anderson

Coach Daye

2011 Record: 13-1 2011 Conference Record (Finish): 8-1 (1st) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 45/21 Starters Returning/Lost: 12/12 Key Returnees: WR John Brown, OL Cody Holland, LB Nate Dreiling, DE Gus Toca Brandon Williams

Series Record: First meeting

Media Relations

Sports Information Director: Justin Maskus Office Phone: 417-625-9359 Cell Phone: 417-499-7899 Press Box Phone: 417-659-4384 Email address: maskus-j@mssu.edu Website: www.mssulions.com

2011 Results

*-MIAA game

Lost, 42-24 Lost, 30-14 Won, 56-14 Lost, 35-23 Lost, 31-24 Won, 24-17 Won, 68-28 Lost, 52-21 Lost, 29-14 Lost, 51-28

2012 Schedule Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

at Central Oklahoma* Northeastern State* at Lincoln* Southwest Baptist* at Central Missouri* South Dakota Mines at Missouri Western* Northwest Missouri* at Lindenwood* Truman State* Pittsburg State*

*-MIAA game

Coach Beck

Team Information

Series Information

at Central Missouri* Washburn* Lincoln* Missouri Western at Emporia State* Truman State* Southwest Baptist Northwest Missouri* at Fort Hays State* at Pittsburg State*

Location: Pittsburg, Kan. President: Dr. Steve Scott Athletic Director: Jim Johnson School Colors: Crimson and Gold Nickname: Gorillas Stadium (Capacity): Brandenburg Field/Carnie Smith Stadium (7,950) National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association

Head Coach: Tim Beck Years, Record at PSU: Two years, 19-7 Years, Overall Record: Two years, 19-7 Coach’s Office Phone: 620-235-4662 Assistant Coaches: David Wiemers, Steve Rampy, Lance Cullen, Ryan Hellwig, Neil Philpot, John Pierce, Carl Roth, Steve Wells

Team Information

2011 Record: 3-7 2011 Conference Record (Finish): 2-7 (8th) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 35/24 Starters Returning/Lost: 17/9 Key Returnees: DL Brandon Williams, LB Alex Wong, WR Ne’Ronte Threatt, WR Landon Zerkel, DL Ryon Phillips, TE Austin Lepper

6:00 p.m. Pittsburg, Kan.

Series Information

Nate Dreiling

Series Record: PSU leads 5-3-1 Series Started: 1915 - UCO won 14-0 Last Meeting: Aug. 28, 2010 - PSU won 30-21 Last UCO Win: Sept. 14, 1968 - 29-3 Last PSU Win: Aug. 28, 2010 - 30-21

Media Relations

Assistant AD/Media Relations: Dan Wilkes Office Phone: 620-235-4147 Cell Phone: 620-249-5430 Press Box Phone: 620-235-4869 Email address: dwilkes@pittstate.edu Website: www.pittstategorillas.com

2011 Results at Missouri Western* Emporia State* at Truman State* William Jewell Northwest Missouri* at Fort Hays State* Lincoln* at Central Missouri* Washburn* Missouri Southern* Washburn# Northwest Missouri# Delta State# Wayne State#

Won, 34-7 Won, 38-14 Won, 27-26 Won, 49-7 Won, 38-35 Won, 38-17 Won, 69-6 Won, 38-17 Lost, 43-25 Won, 51-28 Won, 31-22 Won, 41-16 Won, 49-23 Won, 35-21

2012 Schedule Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

at Northeastern State* Central Oklahoma* at Southwest Baptist* Lincoln* Central Missouri* vs. Northwest Missouri* Missouri Western* at Truman State* Lindenwood* at Missouri Southern*

*-MIAA game

*-MIAA game/#-NCAA playoff game

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Emporia State

Sept. 15 Welch Stadium

1:00 p.m. Emporia, Kan.

Washburn

Sept. 22 Wantland Stadium

Quick Facts

Quick Facts

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Location: Emporia, Kan. President: Dr. Michael Shonrock Athletic Director: Kent Weiser School Colors: Old Gold and Black Nickname: Hornets Stadium (Capacity): Jones Field at Welch Stadium (7,000) National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association

Location: Topeka, Kan. President: Dr. Jerry Farley Athletic Director: Loren Ferre’ School Colors: Yale Blue and White Nickname: Ichabods Stadium (Capacity): Yager Stadium at Moore Bowl (7,200) National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association

Head Coach: Craig Schurig Years, Record at WU: 10 years, 72-44 Years, Overall Record: 10 years, 72-44 Coach’s Office Phone: 785-670-1340 Assistant Coaches: Rob Robinson, Brock Luke, David Trupp, Eric Eisenbarth, Josh Osborn, Jeff Schwinn Coach Higgins

Team Information

2011 Record: 5-6 2011 Conference Record (Finish): 3-6 (6th) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 34/21 Starters Returning/Lost: 16/8 Key Returnees: DB Derek Lohmann, OL Lance Uhles, WR Shjuan Richardson, QB Tyler Eckenrode

Series Information

2011 Record: 10-3 2011 Conference Record (Finish): 7-2 (T-2nd) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 44/13 Starters Returning/Lost: 18/8 Key Returnees: LB Bryce Atagi, WR DaJuan Beard, LB Jahmill Taylor, OL Steve Dieckhaus Derek Lohmann

Series Record: UCO leads 9-3-1 Series Started: 1928 - ESU won 23-6 Last Meeting: Sept. 8, 2007 - ESU won 17-7 Last UCO Win: Sept. 11, 1999 - 28-25 Last ESU Win: Sept. 8, 2007 - 17-7

Media Relations

Assistant AD/Media Relations: Don Weast Office Phone: 620-341-5526 Cell Phone: 620-344-6190 Press Box Phone: 620-341-5020 Email address: dweast@emporia.edu Website: www.esuhornets.com

2011 Results at Fort Hays State* at Pittsburg State* Central Missouri* Langston Washburn* Missouri Southern* Missouri Western* at Lincoln* Truman State* at Southwest Baptist at Northwest Missouri* *-MIAA game

Lost, 27-17 Lost, 38-14 Lost, 45-38 Won, 35-7 Lost, 31-17 Won, 31-24 Lost, 22-16 Won, 52-23 Won, 52-18 Won, 42-28 Lost, 62-21

2012 Schedule Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 25 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

Fort Hays State* at Nebraska-Kearney* Central Oklahoma* at Northeastern State* Lincoln* at Southwest Baptist Lindenwood* at Truman State* Missouri Western* at Northwest Missouri* at Washburn*

*-MIAA game

Broncho Football

Coach Schurig

Team Information

Series Information

DaJuan Beard

Series Record: WU leads 1-0 Series Started: Oct. 15, 2011 - WU won 48-3

Media Relations

2012 Opponents

Head Coach: Garin Higgins Years, Record at ESU: Five years, 19-35 Years, Overall Record: 10 years, 70-44 Coach’s Office Phone: 620-341-5504 Assistant Coaches: Matt Walter, Oscar Rodriguez, Matt Martin, Mike LoPorto, Bryan Nardo, Eric Burrow, Pat Doherty, Justin Wieser, Nathan Linsey

2:35 p.m. Edmond

Sports Information Director: Gene Cassell Office Phone: 785-670-1791 Cell Phone: 785-969-7577 Press Box Phone: 785-670-1563 Email address: gene.cassell@washburn.edu Website: www.wusports.com

2011 Results at Sioux Falls Lincoln* at Missouri Southern* Missouri Western at Emporia State* at Truman State* Central Oklahoma at Northwest Missouri* Fort Hays State* at Pittsburg State* Central Missouri* Abilene Christian# at Pittsburg State#

Won, 33-17 Won, 66-26 Won, 30-14 Won, 40-21 Won, 31-17 Won, 42-14 Won, 48-3 Lost, 52-28 Won, 45-20 Won, 43-25 Lost, 39-21 Won, 52-49 Lost, 31-22

2012 Schedule Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

Nebraska-Kearney* at Fort Hays State* Northeastern State* Central Oklahoma* Southwest Baptist* at Lincoln* Truman State* at Lindenwood* Northwest Missouri* at Missouri Western* Emporia State*

*-MIAA game

*-MIAA game/#-NCAA playoff game

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Missouri Western

Sept. 29 Spratt Memorial Stadium

6:00 p.m. St. Joseph, Mo.

Quick Facts

Location: St. Joseph, Mo. President: Dr. Robert A. Vartabedian Athletic Director: Kurt McGuffin School Colors: Black and Gold Nickname: Griffons Stadium (Capacity): Elliott ”Bub” Spratt Memorial Stadium (8,000) National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association

2012 Opponents

Head Coach: Jerry Partridge Years, Record at MWSU: 15 years, 112-62 Years, Overall Record: 15 years, 112-62 Coach’s Office Phone: 816-271-4499 Assistant Coaches: Tyler Fenwick, Regi Trotter, Todd Throckmorton, Wes Bell, Aaron Bell, Mike Burton, Drew Newhart, Jay White

Coach Partridge

2011 Record: 9-3 2011 Conference Record (Finish): 7-2 (T-2nd) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 45/14 Starters Returning/Lost: 19/6 Key Returnees: DL David Bass, RB Michael Hill, OL Macon Allan, DB Shane Simpson, DL Ben Pister David Bass

Series Information

Series Record: MWSU leads 2-0 Series Started: Aug. 25, 2005 - MWSU won 26-7 Last Meeting: Aug. 31, 2006 - MWSU won 32-29 (OT)

Media Relations

Sports Information Director: Trevor Berneking Office Phone: 816-271-4257 Press Box Phone: 816-271-4257 Email address: tberneking@missouriwestern.edu Website: www.GoGriffons.com

Lost, 34-7 Won, 23-6 Won, 47-0 Lost, 41-20 Won, 35-23 Won, 81-20 Won, 22-16 Won, 45-7 Won, 31-24 Won, 31-28 Won, 55-17 Lost, 35-29

*-MIAA game/#-NCAA playoff game

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1:00 p.m. Edmond

Quick Facts

Location: Maryville, Mo. President: Dr. John Jasinski Athletic Director: Wren Baker School Colors: Forest Green and White Nickname: Bearcats Stadium (Capacity): Bearcat Stadium (6,500) National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association

Head Coach: Adam Dorrel Years, Record at NWMSU: One year, 11-3 Years, Overall Record: One year, 11-3 Coach’s Office Phone: 660-562-1310 Assistant Coaches: Charlie Flhor, Rich Wright, Ken Gordon, Joel Osborn, Chad Bostwick

Team Information

2011 Results

Oct. 6 Wantland Stadium

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Pittsburg State* Central Missouri* Langston at Washburn* at Missouri Southern* Lincoln* at Emporia State* Truman State* at Southwest Baptist Northwest Missouri* at Fort Hays State* Northwest Missouri#

Northwest Missouri

2012 Schedule Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

Central Missouri* William Jewell Nebraska-Kearney* at Fort Hays State* Central Oklahoma* at Northeastern State* Missouri Southern* at Pittsburg State* at Emporia State* Washburn* at Northwest Missouri*

*-MIAA game

Team Information

2011 Record: 11-3 2011 Conference Record (Finish): 7-2 (T-2nd) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 25/17 Starters Returning/Lost: 14/12 Key Returnees: QB Trevor Adams, RB James Franklin, WR Tyler Shaw, LB DJ Gnader, LB Collin DeBuysere

Series Information

Series Record: Tied 2-2 Series Started: Oct. 20, 1984 - NWMSU won 28-16 Last Meeting: Sept. 5, 1992 - UCO won 27-9 Last UCO Win: Sept. 5, 1992 - 27-9 Last NWMSU Win: Sept. 7, 1991 - 38-14

Coach Dorrel

Trevor Adams

Media Relations

Assistant AD/Media Relations: Phillip Dowden Office Phone: 660-562-1118 Cell Phone: 660-562-8868 Email address: sid@nwmissouri.edu Website: www.NorthwestBearcats.com

2011 Results at Truman State* Sioux Falls at Lincoln* Fort Hays State* Pittsburg State* at Central Missouri* Eastern New Mexico Washburn* at Missouri Southern* at Missouri Western* Emporia State* at Missouri Western# at Midwestern State# at Pittsburg State#

Won, 65-3 Won, 52-17 Won, 73-7 Won, 70-17 Lost, 38-35 Won, 38-20 Won, 65-20 Won, 52-28 Won, 52-21 Lost, 31-28 Won, 62-21 Won, 35-29 Won, 38-31 Lost, 41-16

2012 Schedule Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

East Central at Central Missouri* Fort Hays State* at Nebraska-Kearney* Northeastern State* at Central Oklahoma* Pittsburg State* at Missouri Southern* at Washburn* Emporia State* Missouri Western*

*-MIAA game

*-MIAA game/#-NCAA playoff game

Central Oklahoma


2012 Central Oklahoma Football Central Missouri

Oct. 13 Walton Stadium

1:30 p.m. Warrensburg, Mo.

Oct. 27 Reed Stadium

Quick Facts

Quick Facts

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Location: Warrensburg, Mo. President: Dr. Chuck Ambrose Athletic Director: Jerry Hughes School Colors: Cardinal and Black Nickname: Mules Stadium (Capacity): Audrey J. Walton Stadium/ Vernon Kennedy Field National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association

Coach Svoboda

Team Information

2011 Record: 8-4 2011 Conference Record (Finish): 6-3 (5th) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 54/18 Starters Returning/Lost: 16/8 Key Returnees: TE David Cannon, OL Logan Freeman, DE David Bax, DB Patrick Lewis, RB LaVance Taylor, LB Evan Knight, DB Brett Ginn

2:00 p.m. Jefferson City, Mo.

Location: Jefferson City, Mo. President: TBA Athletic Director: Betty Kemna School Colors: Navy and White Nickname: Blue Tigers Stadium (Capacity): Dwight T. Reed Stadium (6,000) National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association

Head Coach: Mike Jones Years, Record at LU: One year, 1-10 Years, Overall Record: One year, 1-10 Coach’s Office Phone: 573-681-5961 Assistant Coaches: Mark Frederick, Damon Frenchers, Tony Van Zant, Tony Broadnax, Alfred Minor III, Josh Goffigan, Juan Barriga, Bryant Lee, Ryan Jackson

Team Information

2011 Record: 1-10 2011 Conference Record (Finish): 0-9 (10th) Lettermen Returning/Lost: 30/42 Starters Returning/Lost: 14/10 Key Returnees: RB Deon Brock, DB Herman Hopson, LB Kendrick Causey, LB Johnny Beautelus David Cannon

Series Information

Coach Jones

Deon Brock

Series Information

Series Record: First meeting

Series Record: First meeting

Media Relations

Athletics Media Relations Director: Mike Knipper Office Phone: 660-543-4312 Cell Phone: 660-422-2757 Press Box Phone: 660-543-8198 Email address: knipper@ucmo.edu Website: www.ucmo.edu/athletics

2011 Results Missouri Southern* at Missouri Western* at Emporia State* Truman State* Arkansas Tech Northwest Missouri* at Fort Hays State* Pittsburg State* at Lincoln* at Lindenwood at Washburn* West Texas A&M@

Won, 42-24 Lost, 23-6 Won, 45-38 Won, 54-30 Won, 42-16 Lost, 38-20 Won, 35-7 Lost, 38-17 Won, 49-6 Won, 47-28 Won, 39-21 Lost, 26-7

2012 Schedule Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3

at Missouri Western* Northwest Missouri* at Lindenwood* Truman State* Missouri Southern* at Pittsburg State* Central Oklahoma* at Northeastern State* Nebraska-Kearney* at Fort Hays State*

*-MIAA game

2012 Opponents

Head Coach: Jim Svoboda Years, Record at UCM: Two years, 19-7 Years, Overall Record: Eight years, 71-26 Coach’s Office Phone: 660-543-8297 Assistant Coaches: Chuck Clemens, Matt Jeter, Josh Lamberson, Hank McClung, Kyle Westphal

Lincoln

Media Relations

Assistant AD/Media Relations: Dan Carr Office Phone: 573-681-5343 Cell Phone: 573-418-0673 Email address: carrd@lincolnu.edu Website: www.lubluetigers.com

2011 Results Avila at Washburn* Northwest Missouri* Missouri Southern* Fort Hays State* at Missouri Western* at Pittsburg State* Emporia State* Central Missouri* at Truman State* at Urbana *-MIAA game

Won, 35-3 Lost, 66-26 Lost, 73-7 Lost, 56-14 Lost, 24-21 Lost, 81-20 Lost, 69-6 Lost, 52-23 Lost, 49-6 Lost, 53-0 Lost, 69-14

2012 Schedule Sept. 1 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

Lindenwood* at Truman State* Missouri Southern* at Pittsburg State* at Emporia State* Washburn* Nebraska-Kearney* at Fort Hays State* Central Oklahoma* at Northeastern State* at Southwest Baptist*

*-MIAA game

*-MIAA game/@-Kanza Bowl

Broncho Football

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Southwest Baptist

Nov. 3 Wantland Stadium

2:00 p.m. Edmond

Quick Facts

Location: Bolivar, Mo. President: Dr. C. Pat Taylor Athletic Director: Mike Pitts School Colors: Purple and White Nickname: Bearcats Stadium (Capacity): Plaster Stadium (3,000) National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association

2012 Opponents

Coaching Staff

Northeastern State

Nov. 10 Wantland Stadium

1:00 p.m. Edmond

Quick Facts

Location: Tahlequah, Okla. President: Dr. Steve Turner Athletic Director: Tony Duckworth School Colors: Green and White Nickname: RiverHawks Stadium (Capacity): Doc Wadley Stadium/ Gable Field (12,000) National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference: Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Keith Allen Years, Record at SBU: Five years, 24-31 Years, Overall Record: Five years, 24-31 Coach’s Office Phone: 417-328-1798 Assistant Coaches: Tracy Hayworth, Robert Clardy, Zach Wilkerson, Roosevelt Williams, LaMarcus Windham, Jamal Powell, Frank Halliburton, Steve Cole

Head Coach: Kenny Evans Years, Record at NSU: Four years, 16-29 Years, Overall Record: Four years, 16-29 Coach’s Office Phone: 918-444-3913 Assistant Coaches: Mike Knoll, Steve Patterson, Paul Lane, Mike Barela, Greg Richmond, John Murray Coach Allen

Team Information

2011 Record: 6-5 2011 Conference Record (Finish): N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost: N/A Starters Returning/Lost: 18/7 Key Returnees: QB Dan Connors, WR Derwyn Lauderdale, LB Andre Hicks, LB Zach Moore

Series Information

2011 Record: 7-5 2011 Conference Record (Finish): N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost: 41/19 Starters Returning/Lost: 18/4 Key Returnees: QB Johnny Deaton, WR Jermaine Sherman, LB Langston Jones, LB Jack Gray Dan Connors

Series Record: UCO leads 2-1 Series Started: Sept. 13, 2003 - UCO won 30-7 Last Meeting: Oct. 3, 2009 - SBU won 31-23 Last UCO Win: Oct. 4, 2008 - 43-40 Last SBU Win: Oct. 3, 2009 - 31-23

Media Relations

2011 Results Won, 28-19 Lost, 31-20 Won, 30-28 Won, 21-19 Won, 28-12 Won, 35-0 Won, 30-13 Lost, 68-28 Lost, 31-24 Lost, 42-28 Lost, 24-8

Johnny Deaton

Series Record: UCO leads 45-25-2 Series Started: 1912 - UCO won 53-3 Last Meeting: Nov. 5, 2011 - NSU won 35-7 Last UCO Win: Nov. 7, 2009 - 47-38 Last NSU Win: Nov. 5, 2011 - 35-7

Sports Information Director: Cedrique Flemming Office Phone: 918-444-3930 Cell Phone: TBA Email address: flemming@nsuok.edu Press Box Phone: 918-444-4494 Website: www.goriverhawksgo.com

2012 Schedule Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

Series Information

Media Relations

Director of Media Relations: Jeff Weseloh Office Phone: 417-328-1799 Cell Phone: 417-327-9637 Press Box Phone: 417-328-1778 Email address: jweseloh@sbuniv.edu Website: www.sbubearcats.com at Bacone Arkansas Tech at Fort Hays State at Saint Joseph’s Urbana at William Jewell at Central State at Missouri Southern Missouri Western Emporia State Truman State

Coach Evans

Team Information

Truman State* at Lindenwood* Pittsburg State* at Missouri Southern* at Washburn* Emporia State* Fort Hays State* at Nebraska-Kearney* Northeastern State* at Central Oklahoma* Lincoln*

*-MIAA game

2011 Results Bacone Won, 43-0 at Texas-San Antonio Lost, 31-3 at Nebraska-Kearney Lost, 65-10 at East Central Lost, 45-38 Oklahoma Panhandle Won, 42-7 at Southeastern Okla. Won, 38-28 Harding Won, 49-41 at Arkansas-Monticello Won, 47-46 Southwestern Oklahoma Won, 42-13 at Central Oklahoma Won, 35-7 Midwestern State Lost, 37-34 Minnesota State@ Lost, 28-14

2012 Schedule Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

Pittsburg State* at Missouri Southern* at Washburn* Emporia State* at Northwest Missouri* Missouri Western* Central Missouri* at Southwest Baptist* Lincoln* at Central Oklahoma*

*-MIAA game

@-Mineral Water Bowl

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Central Oklahoma


2012 Central Oklahoma Football The Last Time . . .

Broncho Football

2012 Opponents

A PLAYER RUSHED FOR 200 YARDS UCO: Oct. 1, 2011 - Joshua Birmingham vs. East Central (233). Opponent: Sept. 22, 2007 - Michael Benton, Eastern New Mexico (243). A PLAYER PASSED FOR 300 YARDS UCO: Sept. 24, 2011 - Ethan Sharp vs. Southwestern Oklahoma (404). Opponent: Nov. 5, 2011 - Johnny Deaton, Northeastern State (366). A PLAYER HAD 100 YARDS RECEIVING UCO: Oct. 27, 2011 - Terrance Davis vs. Black Hills State (103). Opponent: Nov. 5, 2011 - Trey McVay, Northeastern State (196). A PUNT WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN UCO: Oct. 11, 2003 - Chad McGaugh vs. Abilene Christian (85 yards). Opponent: Aug. 28, 2010 - Jon Thomas, Pittsburg State (84 yards). A KICKOFF WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN UCO: Oct. 4, 2008 - Ryan Gallimore vs. Southwest Baptist (95 yards). Opponent: Nov. 12, 2011 - Andrew Helmick, Lindenwood (100 yards). AN INTERCEPTION WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN UCO: Oct. 1, 2011 - Creadell Pennon vs. East Central (100 yards). Opponent: Nov. 12, 2011 - Chaz Fulton, Lindenwood (57 yards). A FUMBLE WAS RETURNED FOR A TOUCHDOWN UCO: Oct. 30, 2010 - Jeremy Atkins vs. Texas A&M-Commerce (recovered fumble in end zone). Opponent: Oct. 4, 2008 - J. Bankhead (55 yards) and S. Kelley (recovered fumble in end zone), Southwest Baptist. A PLAYER SCORED THREE TOUCHDOWNS UCO: Oct. 27, 2011 - Joshua Birmingham vs. Black Hills State (three rushing). Opponent: Oct. 15, 2011 - DeJuan Beard, Washburn (three receiving). A SAFETY WAS SCORED UCO: Oct. 8, 2011 - Aaron Fisher tackled punter in end zone vs. Cal Poly. Opponent: Oct. 28, 2006 - Southwestern Oklahoma (tackled quarterback in end zone). A TWO-POINT CONVERSION WAS SCORED UCO: Sept. 10, 2011 - Bryce Davis pass from Ethan Sharp vs. Southeastern Oklahoma. Opponent: Oct. 1, 2011 - Chad Winbush pass from Tyler Vanderzee, East Central. A PLAYER HAD 20 TACKLES UCO: Nov. 28, 1996 - Johnny Luter vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville (20). Opponent: Sept. 6, 2003 - B.J. Russell, Mesa State (20). A PLAYER INTERCEPTED TWO PASSES UCO: Oct. 1, 2011 - Creadell Pennon vs. East Central (three). Opponent: Sept. 24, 2011 - Clarence Laster, Southwestern Oklahoma (three). A PUNT WAS BLOCKED UCO: Oct. 27, 2011 - Thomas Hill vs. Black Hills State. Opponent: Oct. 23, 2010 - Northeastern State. AN EXTRA POINT WAS BLOCKED UCO: Sept. 10, 2011 - Brandon Williams vs. Southeastern Oklahoma. Opponent: Sept. 18, 2010 - Incarnate Word. A FIELD GOAL WAS BLOCKED UCO: Oct. 8, 2011 - Tucker Cason vs. Cal Poly. Opponent: Sept. 26, 2009 - Texas A&M-Commerce. A TEAM HAD 500 YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE UCO: Oct. 22 ,2011 - vs. Fort Hays State (503). Opponent: Nov. 5, 2011 - Northeastern State (593). A TEAM SCORED 40 POINTS UCO: Oct. 1, 2011 - vs. East Central (41). Opponent: Nov. 12, 2011 - Lindenwood (48). A TEAM SCORED A SHUTOUT UCO: Oct. 5, 2006 - vs. East Central (UCO 37, ECU 0). Opponent: Sept. 17, 2011 - Angelo State (ASU 20, UCO 0). A TEAM HAD NO TURNOVERS UCO: Oct. 4, 2007 vs. East Central. Opponent: Nov. 6, 2010 - Southwestern Oklahoma. A DEFENSIVE PAT WAS SCORED UCO: Sept. 10, 2011 - Terry Battle (returned blocked PAT). Opponent: Sept. 24, 1994 - Delvin Miles, Langston (returned blocked PAT).

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Game-By-Game Recap GAME 1

2011 Review

North Alabama 31 Central Oklahoma 10 FLORENCE, Ala. (Sept. 1) -- Turnoverprone Central Oklahoma hung tough with No. 6-ranked North Alabama for most of the game before dropping a 31-10 season-opening decision before 11,072 Braly Stadium fans. UCO trailed just 14-3 at halftime despite losing three fumbles -- equaling the number it had in 11 games last season -- and then threw an interception on the second play of the third quarter to set up a short UNA field goal drive. The Lions broke a long touchdown run on their next possession to make it 24-3, but the Bronchos hung tough and pulled within 24-10 after three periods. UNA finally put the game away on a short TD run with just over four minutes remaining. UCO finished with 388 yards, getting 351 passing and 37 rushing. The Lions ended with 418 yards (232 rushing, 186 passing). Quarterback Ethan Sharp set school records for completions and attempts in going 41-of-71 for 351 yards and a touchdown. Freshmen wide receivers Christian Hood (9 catches, 74 yards) and Steve Caldwell (8-84) had impressive collegiate debuts, while running back Joshua Birmingham was 12-for-44 rushing and 8-for-55 receiving. Safety Keno Meadows (13 tackles, 1.5 for loss), linebacker Tucker Cason (12 tackles, two for loss) and safety Devoris Dozier (seven tackles, two interceptions) paced UCO’s defense. The Bronchos led 3-0 on a Chris Robbs field goal late in the opening quarter, with UCO missing an excellent chance to get more points after taking over at the UNA 17 on Dozier’s interception and short return. But the Bronchos couldn’t go anwhere and Robbs came on to boot through a 34-yarder with 4:25 left in the period.

UCO UNA First Downs 18 24 Rushes-Yards 17-37 38-232 Passing Yards 351 186 Passes Comp.-Att.-Int. 41-71-1 23-39-3 Punts-Avg. 10-38.6 8-46.8 Fumbles-Lost 4-3 3-2 Penalties-Yards 9-96 9-70 Central Oklahoma 3 0 7 0 -- 10 North Alabama 7 7 10 7 -- 31 How they scored: UCO - Robbs 34 field goal. UNA - Coffey 22 run (O’Jibway kick). UNA - Ivey 2 run (O’Jibway kick). UNA - O’Jibway 22 field goal. UNA - Ivey 69 run (O’Jibway kick). UCO - Holland 17 pass from Sharp (Robbs kick). UNA - Ivey 6 run (Montgomery kick).

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GAME 2

Southeastern Oklahoma 30 Central Oklahoma 23 DURANT, Okla. (Sept. 10) – Penalties that wiped out two would-be touchdowns proved costly and Central Oklahoma’s overworked defense couldn’t contain Southeastern Oklahoma in the end as the Bronchos fell 30-23. UCO had to settle for an early field goal after a holding call negated a short touchdown run and a TD return on an interception was called back by an offside penalty that helped keep a secondquarter scoring drive alive for the Savage Storm.

Sharp had completions of 11 and 13 yards to pick up two first downs, but a personal foul penalty – one of 10 for 101 yards in the contest for the Bronchos – forced UCO into a second-and-25 situation for its own 34-yard-line and Sharp’s pass was picked off at the 45 with 2:00 left.

UCO SOSU First Downs 12 30 Rushes-Yards 11-118 56-257 Passing Yards 223 235 Passes Comp.-Att.-Int. 21-43-1 23-36-1 Punts-Avg. 7-38.1 2-38.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-1 Penalties-Yards 10-101 8-67 Central Oklahoma Southeastern Okla.

3 0

5 13

15 0 -- 23 7 10 -- 30

How they scored: UCO - Robbs 22 field goal. SOSU - Foster 27 pass from Turner (Peoples kick). UCO - Robbs 36 field goal. SOSU - Morris 19 pass from Turner (kick blocked). UCO - Battle defensive PAT return. SOSU - Brown 20 run (Peoples kick). UCO - Jackson 39 pass from Sharp (Robbs kick). UCO - Birmingham 73 run (Davis pass from Sharp). SOSU - Peoples 27 field goal. SOSU - Shelley 5 pass from Turner (Peoples kick).

GAME 3

Angelo State 20 Central Oklahoma 0

Tucker Cason The Bronchos led 23-20 late in the third quarter after a cross-country scoring jaunt by Joshua Birmingham, but SOSU scored 10 unanswered points to move in front and then ended UCO’s last-ditch drive in the final minutes with an interception to seal its ninth win in the last 10 meetings between the two old rivals. The Savage Storm ended up running 92 plays in the contest, racking up 492 yards while going on a pair of 94-yard TD drives and holding a staggering 43:34-16:26 advantage in time of possession. SOSU gauged the Bronchos for 257 rushing yards and added 235 through the air. Safety Keno Meadows was all over the field to lead UCO’s defense, making a career-high 15 tackles. UCO was limited to 341 yards on just 54 plays and made only four second-half first downs. Birmingham managed 123 yards and a TD on just nine carries, while Ethan Sharp was 19-of-41 passing for 207 yards with one score. UCO’s last chance to possibly tie the game and force overtime came after Herbert Byrd blocked a 42-yard field goal with 3:05 left to play that would have clinched the win for SOSU.

SAN ANGELO, Texas (Sept. 17) -- Nothing went right for Central Oklahoma in the second half and the result was another frustrating road loss for the Bronchos, this one a 20-0 setback to former Lone Star Conference rival Angelo State. UCO battled the unbeaten Rams on even terms on both sides of the ball in the first half and trailed just 3-0 at intermission, but the offense went nowhere in the final two quarters and the overworked defense eventually wore down as the Rams constantly enjoyed good field position. It was the ninth consecutive loss -- and 10th straight on the road -- for the Bronchos, who fell to 0-3 while suffering their first shutout loss since 2007. UCO was missing several key players to illness and injury in the contest, particularly on offense where two line starters didn’t even suit up and another one went out with a second-half injury. The Bronchos outgained ASU 184-130 in the first half and then managed just 91 yards in the final two quarters, losing six yards on the ground in seven attempts. Ethan Sharp hit 29-of-52 passes for 263 yards with two interceptions, finding wide receiver Steve Caldwell nine times for 52 yards. ASU had 217 second-half yards in finishing with 347 yards on 81 plays. Linebacker Tucker Cason was all over the field in making a careerbest 18 tackles to lead UCO’s defensive efforts, with safety Keno Meadows adding 12 stops.

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UCO ASU First Downs 14 18 Rushes-Yards 23-11 45-102 Passing Yards 242 245 Passes Comp.-Att.-Int. 29-52-2 17-36-0 Punts-Avg. 10-34.5 9-33.0 Fumbles-Lost 3-2 3-1 Penalties-Yards 7-50 6-50 Central Oklahoma 0 0 0 0 -- 0 Angelo State 0 3 10 7 -- 20 How they scored: ASU - Martin 19 field goal. ASU - Knight 46 pass from Hamblin (Martin kick). ASU - Martin 33 field goal. ASU - Carter 3 run (Martin kick).

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Southwestern Oklahoma 27 Central Oklahoma 20

UCO SWOSU First Downs 17 20 Rushes-Yards 18(-13) 37-161 Passing Yards 404 218 Passes Comp.-Att.-Int. 39-57-4 22-40-2 Punts-Avg. 7-40.1 7-37.1 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-1 Penalties-Yards 14-148 9-59 Central Oklahoma Southwestern Okla.

Ethan Sharp The Bulldogs broke that deadlock on a short TD run with just 56 seconds left to play and UCO fell short when time ran out before it could get a play off from the SWOSU 16-yard line. A desperation 49-yard fourth-and-24 pass from Ethan Sharp to Christian Hood got the Bronchos to the 16 with one second remaining, but officials ruled that time expired before Sharp spiked the ball to stop the clock. It was the 10th straight loss dating back to last year for UCO, which fell to 0-4 in its fourth

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0 6 6 14

7 0

7 -- 20 7 -- 27

How they scored: SWOSU - Rainey 29 field goal. SWOSU - Rainey 34 field goal. UCO - Robbs 22 field goal. SWOSU - Laster 85 interception return (Rainey kick). UCO - Robbs 43 field goal. SWOSU - Stenta 1 run (Rainey kick). UCO - Williams 100 interception return (Robbs kick). UCO - Birmingham 4 run (Robbs kick). SWOSU - Walker 4 run (Rainey kick).

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Central Oklahoma 31 East Central 28 EDMOND (Oct. 1) -- A bevy of big plays

paved the way for Central Oklahoma to celebrate Homecoming in style, with Joshua Birmingham and Creadell Pennon leading the parade. Birmingham had a 74-yard touchdown jaunt and set up a field goal with a 60-yard scamper en route to a 233-yard rushing game, while Pennon returned one of his three intercep-

Creadell Pennon tions a record-tying 100 yards for a score as the Bronchos rolled over East Central 41-21 to snap a frustrating 10-game losing streak. UCO improved to 1-4 in its home opener and beat the Tigers for the sixth straight time. UCO used Birmingham’s cross-country TD run, Pennon’s length-of-the-field return and a 24-yard scoring scramble by quarterback Ethan Sharp to open up a 21-0 second-period lead before the Tigers got a last-second field goal to make it 21-3 at the break. ECU opened the third period with 10 unanswered points to pull within 21-13, but the Bronchos got two TD passes from Sharp in roaring back with a 17-0 run to break the game open. Birmingham needed just 20 carries to finish with his 233-yard outing that ranks as the sixth-best in school history and the sophomore star added 43 yards on five receptions to finish with 276 all-purpose yards, the third-best at UCO. Pennon gave the Bronchos a 14-0 secondperiod lead when he picked off a pass in the end zone and returned it 100 yards down the sideline. The junior cornerback added two fourth-quarter interceptions and finished with a school-record 115 return yards while adding eight tackles and breaking up two other passes. The Bronchos finished with a season-high 425 yards as Sharp completed 26-of-36 passes for 176 yards and two scores. He had a 21-yard scoring toss to Bryce Davis late in the third

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WEATHERFORD, Okla. (Sept. 24) -A gallant second-half comeback fueled by Brandon Williams and his Central Oklahoma defensive mates fell short with a tough 27-20 loss to long-time rival Southwestern Oklahoma. Williams had two end zone interceptions in the final two quarters, returning one a school recordtying 100 yards for UCO’s first touchdown as the Bronchos overcame a 20-6 halftime deficit to tie it 20-all with 6:36 left to play.

consecutive road game to open the season. The Bulldogs looked to be in control at halftime after turning interceptions on UCO’s first two possessions of the game into field goals and then returning a third interception 85 yards for a second-period touchdown in taking a 20-6 lead. But the Bronchos rallied, getting a huge spark from Williams. The junior cornerback stepped in front of a Dustin Stenta pass from the UCO eight at the goal line and raced untouched down the sideline for a 100-yard touchdown return, tying a school record held by Randy Preston (1982) and Fred Shaw (2004). That got the Bronchos within 20-13 and UCO’s defense came up big time after time to keep it close, with Williams getting his second end zone interception early in the fourth quarter after the Bulldogs had taken over at the 24 following a fumbled punt. UCO tied it minutes later with a 50-yard drive, the big play a 46-yard pass from Sharp to Hood that carried to the Bulldog four. Joshua Birmingham scored on the second play from there, barging over the right side for the touchdown that tied it 20-20 with 6:36 left to play. The Bulldogs then pulled out their second straight win over UCO with its last-minute TD drive. Sharp overcame four interceptions to complete 39-of-57 passes for 404 yards, the fourth-best game in school history. Hood hauled down eight passes for 139 yards, but the Bronchos had minus-13 yards rushing as Sharp was sacked three times.

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period and a three-yard TD strike to Derrick Ingram in the fourth. Chris Robbs added field goals of 32 and 43 yards for the Bronchos. Safety Keno Meadows, cornerback Brandon Williams and linebacker Tucker Cason had 10 tackles apiece to lead the defense. Defenses dominated in a scoreless first quarter before Birmingham got things started on the fourth play of the second period, racing through the middle after taking a direct hand-off out of the wildcat formation and then getting to the sideline for his 74-yard scoring dash. ECU appeared to be marching for a tying touchdown late in the half, but Pennon stopped that threat when he picked off a pass three yards deep in the end zone and returned it down the sideline the other way for a stunning score. It went down officially as a 100-yard return, tying the record held by three others – including Williams last week against Southwestern Oklahoma.

ECU UCO First Downs 24 21 Rushes-Yards 27-82 30-249 Passing Yards 360 176 Passes Comp.-Att.-Int. 26-55-3 26-36-0 Punts-Avg. 5-44.2 5-42.4 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 4-0 Penalties-Yards 7-52 2-24 East Central Central Oklahoma

0 3 10 8 -- 21 0 21 7 13 -- 41

How they scored: UCO - Birmingham 74 run (Robbs kick). UCO - Pennon 100 interception return (Robbs kick). UCO - Sharp 24 run (Robbs kick). ECU - Gonzalez 32 field goal. ECU - Robbins 12 pass from Vanderzee (Gonzalez kick). ECU - Gonzalez 44 field goal. UCO - Davis 21 pass from Sharp (Robbs kick). UCO - Robbs 32 field goal. UCO - Ingram 3 pass from Sharp (Robbs kick). ECU - Patteson 10 pass from Vanderzee (Winbush pass from Vanderzee). UCO - Robbs 43 field goal.

GAME 6

Cal Poly 44 Central Oklahoma 25 SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (Oct. 8) – Central Oklahoma put a mighty scare into Cal Poly before the Football Championship Subdivision-member Mustangs scored the last 20 points of the game to hand the Bronchos a 44-25 setback in a game that was much closer than the final score indicates. UCO silenced the crowd at Alex G. Spanos Stadium by grabbing a 19-10 halftime lead and the Bronchos overcame two third-quarter Cal Poly scores to go back on top 25-24 early in

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Joshua Birmingham the final period, but everything fell apart in the final 12 minutes. The Mustangs took the lead for good with a touchdown on a 52-yard interception return and then put the game away with two scores in the final six minutes -- the final one coming with just 25 seconds left to play – to hand UCO its 10th consecutive road loss. UCO racked up 221 first-half yards in taking its nine-point lead, but the Bronchos were limited to 71 yards in the final two quarters and the Mustangs used the long interception return and their run-dominated offense to roar back for the win. Cal Poly scored on two of its first three possessions of the third quarter to take a 24-19 lead before UCO went back on top when Matt Jackson made a spectacular grab on a 21-yard TD pass from Ethan Sharp with 12:53 left to play. The two-point conversion failed, leaving the Bronchos with a 25-24 lead. UCO got the ball back moments later when Terry Williamson recovered a fumble at the Broncho 43-yard-line, but Asa Jackson picked off a Sharp pass three plays later and ran it back 52 yards for the go-ahead score that sparked Cal Poly’s game-winning surge. The Mustangs stopped UCO on downs and went 55 yards for another touchdown at the 5:54 mark to make it 37-25 and then capped their fourth-quarter onslaught with the final lastsecond score. Sharp finished 30-of-50 passing for 290 yards and two TDs. Running back Joshua Birmingham was limited to 24 yards rushing on 11 carries, but he caught six passes for 57 yards and a score while also completing his first career touchdown pass.

Cal Poly finished with 437 total yards, including 304 rushing. Safety Keno Meadows had 11 tackles and linebacker Drake Ballew 10 to lead the defense. UCO started the game in impressive fashion, taking the opening kickoff and driving 62 yards to take the early lead on a 35-yard Chris Robbs field goal. Sharp’s 38-yard pass to Andy Mensah was the big play and the Bronchos reached a firstand 10 at the CP 20 before stalling. First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Comp.-Att.-Int. Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards

UCO CP 15 28 17-10 68-304 292 133 31-51-1 11-16-0 7-34.0 2-35.5 0-0 3-3 10-90 10-103

Central Oklahoma 10 9 0 6 -- 25 Cal Poly 10 0 14 20 -- 44 How they scored: UCO - Robbs 35 field goal. CP - Broadous 1 run (Langford kick). CP - Langford 49 field goal. UCO - Birmingham 7 pass from Sharp (Robbs kick). UCO - Fisher safety. UCO - Davis 2 pass from Birmingham (Robbs kick). CP - Broadous 2 run (Langford kick). CP - Williams 18 run (Langford kick). UCO - Jackson 21 pass from Sharp (run failed). CP - Jackson 52 interception return (pass failed). CP - Houston 34 pass from Broadous (Langford kick). CP - Broadous 1 run (Langford kick).

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also running 14 times for 47 yards. Joshua Birmingham ended up with 133 yards and a TD on 15 carries and Holland caught six passes for 63 yards and two scores. End Sam Moses led the defense with a career-high 12 tackles, including 3.0 for loss.

Washburn 48 Central Oklahoma 3

First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Comp.-Att.-Int. Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards

UCO WU 19 23 33-115 40-148 188 417 27-47-0 23-37-0 9-37.0 5-49.4 2-2 3-1 5-45 6-44

Central Oklahoma 0 3 0 0 -- 3 Washburn 10 14 10 14 -- 49 How they scored: WU - Mertz 15 pass from Simoneau (Linn kick). WU - Linn 21 field goal. WU - Beard 58 pass from Simoneau (Linn kick). UCO - Robbs 40 field goal. WU - Beard 8 pass from Simoneau (Linn kick). WU - Linn 23 field goal. WU - Garner 23 pass from Simoneau (Linn kick). WU - Beard 9 pass from Simoneau (Linn kick). WU - Garner 21 pass from Buhler (Lutz kick).

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FHSU UCO First Downs 20 23 Rushes-Yards 48-302 34-205 Passing Yards 227 298 Passes Comp.-Att.-Int. 15-24-1 31-49-2 Punts-Avg. 6-44.5 6-41.0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 4-2 Penalties-Yards 9-75 3-30 Fort Hays State 10 14 0 14 -- 38 Central Oklahoma 0 7 7 7 -- 21

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GAME 8

Fort Hays State 38 Central Oklahoma 21 EDMOND (Oct. 22) – Fort Hays State used a big-play offense to put Central Oklahoma on its heels early and the Bronchos never recovered in dropping a 38-21 decision at Wantland Stadium. The Tigers scored on a 60-yard run just four plays into the contest, added touchdown passes of 36 and 49 yards in building a 24-7 halftime lead and sealed the win with a 74-yard TD sprint midway through the final quarter. FHSU racked up 529 total yards, including 302 rushing. UCO had plenty of offensive success of its own in amassing a season-high 503 yards -- passing for 298 and rushing for 205 -- but the Bronchos came away with no points on four drives that went inside the FHSU 35, turning the ball over on downs twice and committing two turnovers. The loss in the opener of a season-ending fourgame homestand dropped UCO to 1-7. UCO appeared to have momentum on its side in the third quarter after pulling within 2414 on Landon Greve’s 24-yard scoring pass to Tucker Holland and forcing a quick punt, but the Bronchos failed on a fourth-and-three play from the FHSU 32 minutes later and the Tigers responded with a 68-yard TD drive that made it 31-14 early in the final stanza. An interception at the FHSU 10-yard-line and fumble into the end zone ended two of UCO’s next three drives and the Tigers put the game away with their second long-distance scoring run of the game midway through the period that made it 38-14 before the Bronchos got a consolation score in the final minutes. Greve took over at quarterback for UCO and completed 31-of-49 passes for 298 yards and two touchdowns with two interceptions while

How they scored: FHSU - Sheppard 60 run (Kimbrough kick). FHSU - Kimbrough 42 field goal. UCO - Birmingham 2 run (Robbs kick). FHSU - Callins 36 pass from Sheppard (Kimbrough kick). FHSU - Smith 49 pass from Sheppard (Kimbrough kick). UCO - Holland 24 pass from Greve (Robbs kick). FHSU - Smith 10 run (Kimbrough kick). FHSU - Smith 74 run (Kimbrough kick). UCO - Holland 8 pass from Greve (Robbs kick).

GAME 9

Central Oklahoma 30 Black Hills State 17 EDMOND (Oct. 27) -- Joshua Birmingham ran for three touchdowns to lead a ballcontrol offense and Tucker Cason keyed a swarming defense as Central Oklahoma got past Black Hills State 30-17 at rainy Wantland Stadium. Birmingham’s 34-yard scoring scamper just four plays into the contest gave the Bronchos a lead they would never relinquish in a game that was delayed 36 minutes in the first quarter by lightning, though the Yellow Jackets made things interesting for awhile when they cut a 20-3 halftime deficit to 20-17 after three quarters. But UCO dominated the final period, putting the game away on Birmingham’s final TD and Chris Robbs’ third field goal of the game. The Bronchos improved to 2-7 on the year with their second home win in three tries. The Bronchos racked up 26 first downs and finished with 404 yards while running a staggering 96 plays, with a bad snap that went for a 41-yard loss hurting that yardage total. Birmingham finished with 142 yards on a season-high 27 carries, scoring on runs of one, two and 34 yards. Landon Greve went all but a couple of series at quarterback and hit 25-of-44 passes for 283 yards, with Terrance Davis (eight catches, 103 yards), Christian Hood (7-64) and Bryce Davis (4-66) his main targets.

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TOPEKA, Kan. (Oct. 15) -- Future conference rival and No. 5-ranked Washburn had too many weapons and was simply too much for Central Oklahoma here Saturday afternoon. The Bronchos -- who join WU in the MidAmerica Intercollegiate Athletics Association next year -- dropped their 11th straight road game with a 48-3 setback to the Ichabods, who rolled up 565 yards and had six passing touchdowns. UCO finished with 303 yards, with Ethan Sharp hitting 22-of-36 passes for 161 yards before giving way to Landon Greve in the final period. Christian Hood caught seven passes for 64 yards to lead the receivers and Joshua Birmingham ended up with 49 yards rushing in 16 tries. Washburn passed for 417 yards and rushed for 148 in their 565-yard outing. UCO trailed 24-3 at intermission and used a goal-line stand to force the Ichabods into a chipshot field goal to open the third quarter in falling behind 27-3. But the Bronchos fumbled on their first play following the kickoff and WU needed just three plays to cover 24 yards and up the margin to 34-3. UCO had its best touchdown threat on the following series before turning the ball over on downs at the Washburn five after reaching a firstand-goal at the six. Birmingham picked up two yards on a fourthand-one play to keep the drive alive and Sharp’s 34-yard pass to Hood got the Bronchos to the six. But UCO managed just one yard in three plays before Sharp’s fourth-down pass was knocked down in the end zone. Washburn came back out to provide the knockout punch, getting a 75-yard run on first down from the five before WU’s fifth TD pass of the game made it 41-3 early in the fourth period.

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Game-By-Game Recap First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Comp.-Att.-Int. Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards

NSU UCO 27 18 47-205 30-70 388 256 17-37-3 25-48-2 4-33.8 11-36.3 0-0 1-1 3-25 7-42

Northeastern State 14 0 14 7 -- 35 Central Oklahoma 0 0 7 0 -- 7 How they scored: NSU - Dvorak 27 pass from Deaton (Patton kick). NSU - Coleman 62 pass from Deaton (Patton kick). NSU - McVay 52 pass from Deaton (Patton kick). UCO - Hood 16 pass from Sharp (Robbs kick). NSU - McVay 64 pass from Deaton (Patton kick). NSU - Dixon 14 run (Patton kick).

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Lindenwood 48 Central Oklahoma 14 Bryce Davis The Yellow Jackets managed just nine first downs and 185 total yards, the best outing by a UCO defense since holding Southwestern Oklahoma to 136 yards in 2008. BHSU had 99 yards rushing in 39 attempts and was just 7-of-28 passing for 86 yards. Cason had a sack and 2.5 other tackles for loss among his nine stops while also forcing a fumble from his linebacker spot, while end Colton Byford made a career-high nine tackles with 2.5 for loss and a forced fumble in his first extended action of the season. Special teams also played a big role as Robbs hit field goals of 28, 36 and 38 yards in addition to making all three extra point tries. UCO jumped on top quickly, going 73 yards in just four plays on its opening possession, with Birmingham scoring from the three. First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Comp.-Att.-Int. Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Black Hills State Central Oklahoma

BHSU UCO 9 26 39-99 46-124 86 280 7-28-1 27-50-1 10-32.5 5-38.6 3-2 4-2 5-33 9-77

0 13

3 14 0 -- 17 7 0 10 -- 30

How they scored: UCO - Birmingham 34 run (Robbs kick). UCO - Robbs 38 field goal. UCO - Robbs 36 field goal. UCO - Birmingham 1 run (Robbs kick). BHSU - Rounds 27 field goal. BHSU - Kragt 7 run (Rounds kick). BHSU - DeSanti 3 run (Rounds kick). UCO - Birmingham 2 run (Robbs kick). UCO - Robbs 28 field goal.

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GAME 10

Northeastern State 35 Central Oklahoma 7 EDMOND (Nov. 5) – Northeastern State scored on a trio of big plays and kept the President’s Cup with a 35-7 victory over Central Oklahoma at wind-swept Wantland Stadium. The RiverHawks had touchdown passes of 52, 62 and 64 yards – all coming with a stiff south wind at their back – and rolled up 593 total yards. The Bronchos were limited to 326 yards, including just 70 rushing, in falling to 2-8 on the season. NSU took advantage of the wind to score twice in the opening quarter and took that 14-0 lead into halftime before pushing it to 21-0 with 2:58 left in the third period. The Bronchos came back with their lone touchdown drive to pull within 21-7 on Ethan Sharp’s 16-yard TD toss to Christian Hood with 34 seconds left in the third stanza, but the RiverHawks scored on the first play after the ensuing kickoff to push its lead back to 21 points. UCO threw two fourth-quarter interceptions deep in NSU territory and the RiverHawks added an insurance score with just over five minutes remaining to clinch the win. Sharp and Landon Greve split time at quarterback, with Sharp hitting 16-of-31 passes for 188 yards with the touchdown and two interceptions while Greve was 9-of-16 for 68 yards. Senior tight end Bryce Davis had a stellar outing with six catches for a career-high 105 yards. The Bronchos did pick off three passes, getting interceptions from Dylan Warner, Devoris Dozier and Creadell Pennon. Tucker Cason had a game-high 14 tackles, with Drake Ballew adding 10.

EDMOND (Nov. 12) – Two long returns and four short touchdown drives powered Lindenwood to a season-ending 48-14 rout of Central Oklahoma at Wantland Stadium. UCO ran nearly 30 more plays (88-57) than the Lions, but LU took the lead with a 57-yard firstquarter interception return, ran a kickoff back 100 yards in the second half and had four scoring drives of 50 yards or less in winning easily over the injury-plagued Bronchos. The Lions finished the season 8-3, while UCO ended 2-9. The Bronchos limited Lindenwood to 21 yards on 14 plays in the opening quarter, but the Lions led 7-0 after the first 15 minutes on a 57-yard interception runback. LU pushed its lead to 21-0 by intermission on a pair of 50-yard TD drives, then made it 28-0 early in the third with a 44-yard scoring march. UCO got two touchdown passes from Landon Greve to Bryce Davis, who tied a single-game school record with 11 catches (for 94 yards). First Downs Rushes-Yards Passing Yards Passes Comp.-Att.-Int. Punts-Avg. Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Lindenwood Central Oklahoma

LU UCO 13 19 37-250 22-48 108 270 8-20-2 39-66-3 5-36.0 7-43.6 3-0 1-0 9-71 6-51 7 14 14 13 -- 48 0 0 14 0 -- 14

How they scored: LU - Fulton 57 interception return (Neal kick). LU - Stubbs 22 pass from Ortega (Neal kick). LU - O’Bryant 1 run (Neal kick). LU - Robinson 26 pass from Ortega (Neal kick). UCO - Davis 3 pass from Greve (Robbs kick). LU - Helmick 100 kickoff return (Neal kick). UCO - Davis 8 pass from Greve (Robbs kick). LU - McGowan 5 run (kick failed). LU - Helmick 44 pass from Plassmeyer (Neal kick).

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football 2011 Team Statistics Team Statistics

2011 Game Results Date

Opponent

W/L

Score

Record

Sept. 1 Sept. 10

at North Alabama

L

31-10

0-1

at Southeastern Oklahoma

L

30-23

0-2

Sept. 17

at Angelo State

L

20-0

0-3

Sept. 24

at Southwestern Oklahoma

L

27-20

0-4

Oct. 1

East Central

W

41-21

1-4

Oct. 8

at Cal Poly

L

44-25

1-5

Oct. 15

at Washburn

L

48-3

1-6

Oct. 22

Fort Hays State

L

38-21

1-7

Oct. 27

Black Hills State

W

30-17

2-7

Nov. 5

Northeastern State

L

35-7

2-8

Nov. 12

Lindenwood

L

48-14

2-9

Score By Quarters 1 2 3 4 Total

UCO

29

58

64

43

194

Opponents

64

85

103

107

359

UCO Opponent 194 359 17.6 32.6 202 236 49 106 136 104 17 25 281 482 974 2,142 88.5 194.7 336-570 192-368 17 16 58.9 52.2 2,980 2,603 270.9 236.6 851 850 3,954 4,745 4.6 5.6 359.5 431.4 22 46 27-14 20-11 82-754 81-649 61-194 61-177 31.9 34.5 13-25 12-23 52.0 52.2

2011 Team/Individual Highs Team Highs Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass Attempts Pass Completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

46 vs. Black Hills State, Oct. 27. 249 vs. East Central, Oct. 1. 10.7 vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, Sept. 10. 3 vs. Black Hills State, Oct. 27. 71 vs. North Alabama, Sept. 1. 41 vs. North Alabama, Sept. 1. 404 vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, Sept. 24. 7.1 vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, Sept. 24. 3 vs. Cal Poly, Oct. 8. 96 vs. Black Hills State, Oct. 27. 503 vs. Fort Hays State, Oct. 22. 6.4 vs. East Central, Oct. 1. 41 vs. East Central, Oct. 1. 2 vs. Fort Hays State, Oct. 22. 26 vs. Black Hills State, Oct. 27. 14 vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, Sept. 24. 148 vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, Sept. 24. 5 vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, Sept. 24. 3 vs. North Alabama, Sept. 1 3 vs. East Central, Oct. 1. 3 vs. Northeastern State, Nov. 5.

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Individual Highs Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass Attempts Pass Completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Field Goals Long Field Goal Punts Punting Average Long Punt Long Punt Return Long KO Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

27, Joshua Birmingham vs. Black Hills State, Oct. 27. 233, Joshua Birmingham vs. East Central, Oct. 1. 3, Joshua Birmingham vs. Black Hills State, Oct. 27. 74, Joshua Birmingham vs. East Central, Oct. 1. 71, Ethan Sharp vs. North Alabama, Sept. 1. 41, Ethan Sharp vs. North Alabama, Sept. 1. 404, Ethan Sharp vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, Sept. 24. 2, Ethan Sharp vs. East Central, Oct. 1. 2, Ethan Sharp vs. Cal Poly, Oct. 8. 2, Landon Greve vs. Fort Hays State, Oct. 22. 2, Landon Greve v. Lindenwood, Nov. 12. 49, Ethan Sharp vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, Sept. 24. 11, Bryce Davis vs. Lindenwood, Nov. 12. 139, Christian Hood vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, Sept. 24. 2, Tucker Holland vs. Fort Hays State, Oct. 22. 2, Bryce Davis vs. Lindenwood, Nov. 12. 49, Christian Hood vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, Sept. 24. 3, Chris Robbs vs. Black Hills State, Oct. 27. 43, Chris Robbs vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, Sept. 24. 43, Chris Robbs vs. East Central, Oct. 1 11, Landon Greve vs. Northeastern State, Nov. 5. 43.6, Landon Greve vs. Lindenwood, Nov. 12. 64, Landon Greve vs. Lindenwood, Nov. 12. 20, Christian Hood vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, Sept. 24. 48, Creadell Pennon vs. Northeastern State, Nov. 5. 18, Tucker Cason vs. Angelo State, Sept. 17. 1.0, by four different players. 3.5, Tucker Cason vs. Black Hills State, Oct. 27. 3, Creadell Pennon vs. East Central, Oct. 1.

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Scoring Points Per Game Total First Downs By Rushing By Passing By Penalty Rushing Attempts Net Yards Rushing Rushing Yards Per Game Passes Completed-Attempted Passes Had Intercepted Pass Completion Percentage Net Yards Passing Passing Yards Per Game Total Plays Total Net Yards Yards Gained Per Play Total Yards Per Game Touchdowns Scored Fumbles-Fumbles Lost Penalties-Yards 3rd Down Conversions 3rd Down Percentage 4th Down Conversions 4th Down Percentage

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football 2011 Individual Statistics Rushing Att. Gain Joshua Birmingham 174 944 Dante’ Lipscomb 32 125 Landon Greve 26 105 Chris Robbs 1 9 Terrance Davis 2 2 Kwame Tate 1 2 Qua’Don Henderson 3 5 Steve Caldwell 5 11 Ethan Sharp 28 93 Team 9 0 UCO Totals 281 1,296 Opponent Totals 482 2,513

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Passing Comp. Ethan Sharp 231 Landon Greve 101 Joshua Birmingham 4 UCO Totals 336 Opponent Totals 192

Att. 396 169 5 570 368

Receiving Catches Christian Hood 54 Joshua Birminghm 50 Bryce Davis 44 Tucker Holland 31 Matt Jackson 31 Artrell Woods 30 Steve Caldwell 30 Terrance Davis 20 Travelle Pelkey 19 Andy Mensah 12 Dante’ Lipscomb 10 Qua’Don Henderson 3 Kwame Tate 1 Derrick Ingram 1 UCO Totals 336 Opponent Totals 192 Individual Scoring Chris Robbs Joshua Birmingham Bryce Davis Tucker Holland Matt Jackson Derrick Ingram Ethan Sharp Brandon Williams Creadell Pennon Christian Hood Terry Battle Aaron Fisher UCO Totals Opponent Totals

Loss NET 62 882 13 112 26 79 0 9 0 2 0 2 5 0 12 -1 107 -14 97 -97 322 974 371 2,142 Pct. 58.3 59.8 80.0 58.9 52.2

Yards 530 334 560 275 232 298 275 175 139 124 18 12 5 3 2,980 2,603

Avg. TDs Long 5.1 7 74 3.5 0 16 3.0 0 14 9.0 0 9 1.0 0 2 2.0 0 2 0.0 0 5 --- 0 8 --- 1 24 --- 0 0 3.5 8 74 4.4 20 75

Yards Int. 2,078 13 883 4 19 0 2,980 17 2,603 16 Avg. 9.8 6.7 12.7 8.9 7.5 9.9 9.2 8.8 7.3 10.3 1.8 4.0 5.0 3.0 8.9 13.6

TDs Long 7 49 4 37 1 10 12 49 22 64

TDs 1 1 4 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 12 22

Long 49 28 41 24 39 44 33 24 19 38 7 10 5 3 49 64

TDs 1-PAT 2-PAT FG Total 0 20-20 --- 12-16 56 8 --- --- -- 48 4 --- 1-1 -- 26 3 --- --- -- 18 2 --- --- -- 12 1 --- --- -- 6 1 --- --- -- 6 1 --- --- -- 6 1 --- --- -- 6 1 --- --- -- 6 0 --- --- -- 2* 0 --- --- -- 2# 22 20-20 1-1 12-16 194 46 42-44 1-2 13-21 359

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Punts 84 84 63

Returns 16 4 1 1 1 1 0 25 14

Yards 85 31 4 2 1 0 9 132 125

Avg. 5.3 7.8 4.0 2.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 5.3 8.9

TDs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Kickoff Returns Creadell Pennon Dante’ Lipscomb Brandon Williams Steve Caldwell Terrance Davis Christian Hood Rakim Dawkins Dylan Warner Richard Stanley Artrell Woods Thomas Hill UCO Totals Opponent Totals

Returns 11 10 7 6 5 4 3 2 2 1 1 52 36

Yards 233 158 123 101 79 91 44 13 16 18 5 881 819

Avg. 21.2 15.8 17.6 16.8 15.8 22.8 14.7 6.5 8.0 18.0 5.0 16.9 22.8

TDs Long 0 48 0 29 0 33 0 23 0 18 0 25 0 20 0 9 0 8 0 18 0 5 0 48 1 100

Tackles Tucker Cason Keno Meadows Devoris Dozier Sam Moses Drake Ballew Brandon Williams Creadell Pennon Brad Harmon Tyler Shaw Thomas Hill Rakim Dawkins Turner Troup Dylan Warner Anthony Anderson Colton Byford Terry Battle Aaron James Ashton Dandy Terry Williamson Anthony Horn Sterling Koons Steven Daniels Andy Navarro Others UCO Totals Opponent Totals

UT 38 48 44 24 28 28 18 13 7 15 16 5 10 11 7 10 8 13 6 4 4 4 2 34 411 434

Long 20 13 4 2 1 0 9 20 61

AT Total TL/-Yds Sacks/-Yds Int. 68 106 16.0(-73) 2.5(-32) 0 28 76 8.0(-27) 1.0(-9) 0 24 68 1.0(-2) --- 5 44 68 9.0(-24) --- 0 39 67 4.0(-12) --- 0 16 44 --- --- 3 15 33 1.5(-4) --- 5 19 32 3.5(-12) 0.5(-3) 1 25 32 1.0(-1) --- 0 17 32 3.0(-14) 1.0(-2) 0 14 30 4.5(-9) --- 0 20 25 2.5(-6) --- 0 13 23 --- --- 2 11 22 1.5(-4) --- 0 13 20 4.0(-9) --- 0 10 20 1.5(-11) 0.5(-2) 0 12 20 2.5(-4) --- 0 7 20 2.5(-31) --- 0 12 18 1.0(-1) --- 0 7 11 3.0(-10) 1.5(-7) 0 6 10 --- --- 0 5 9 --- --- 0 6 8 2.0(-4) 0.5(-3) 0 25 59 3.5(-35) --- 0 470 881 81(-325) 8(-60) 16 386 820 63(-250) 14(-127) 17

Passes Broken Up (44): Pennon (11), Dawkins (6), Williams (5), Meadows (4), Warner (3), Dozier (3), Hill (3), Cason (2), Moses (2), Ballew, Harmon, Anderson, Battle, Gaines.

*-Scored a defensive PAT #-Scored a safety Punting Landon Greve UCO Totals Opponent Totals

Punt Returns Christian Hood Brandon Williams Thomas Hill Creadell Pennon Tyler Newton Trevelle Pelkey Richard Stanley UCO Totals Opponent Totals

Yards 3,205 3,205 2,453

Avg. 38.2 38.2 38.9

Blk Long 0 64 0 64 1 67

Fumbles Caused (8): Cason, Dozier, Moses, Ballew, Harmon, Thomas Hill, Newton, Byford. Fumbles Recovered (11): Newton (2), Cason, Meadows, Moses, Harmon, Warner, Anderson, Williamson, Holland, Davis.

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Most Consecutive Games Scored In

Most Yards Rushing Game -- 535 vs. Central Arkansas, 1955.

Most Consecutive Games Without Scoring

Season -- 3,479, 1979 (13 games). Top 5 Rushing Games Rank Opponent Year 1. Central Arkansas 1955 2. Evangel 1980 3. West Texas A&M 1995 4. Eastern Washington 1986 5. East Central 1981

Yards 535 477 457 422 418

Most Rushing Attempts

Top 5 Passing Games Opponent Year Midwestern State 2001 Bacone 2002 Northeastern State 2001 Southwestern Oklahoma 2011 West Texas A&M 2005

Yards 481 456 447 404 397

Records

Game -- 41 vs. North Alabama, 2011 (attempted 71). Season -- 336, 2011 (attempted 570). Game -- 71 vs. North Alabama (completed 41). Season -- 570, 2011 (completed 336).

Most Yards Total Offense

Game -- 673 vs. Midwestern State, 2001 (481 pass, 192 rush). Season -- 4,991, 1979 (3,479 rush, 1,512 pass). Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Top 5 Total Offense Games Opponent Year Yards (Rushing, Passing) Midwestern State 2001 673 (481 pass, 192 rush) Bacone 2002 647 (456 pass, 191 rush) Central Arkansas 1955 585 (525 rush, 50 pass) Eastern New Mexico 1982 579 (212 rush, 367 pass) Southwestern Oklahoma 2009 574 (304 rush, 270 pass)

Most First Downs

Game -- 31 vs. Northeastern State, 2002. Season -- 250, 1979 (13 games).

Most Points Scored

Game -- 183 vs. Oklahoma City, 1916. Season -- 418, 1916 (11 games).

Most Points Per Game Average

Season -- 42.2, 1915 (9 games).

Most Victories

Season -- 13, 1998 (includes forfeit win).

Most Consecutive Victories

Season -- 13, 1998 (includes forfeit win). Overall -- 23, 1997-99 (9th game, 1997-8th game, 1999 - includes forfeit).

Most Losses

Season -- 10, 1989.

Most Consecutive Losses

Season -- 9, 1989. Overall -- 12, last three games of 1909 through first game of 1911.

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Game -- 170 vs. Southwest Missouri, 1969. Season -- 1,109, 1979 (13 games).

Most Passes Intercepted

Most Passes Attempted

Game -- 5, five times (most recent, 2009 vs. Texas A&M-Commerce). Season -- 31, 1962. Game -- 5, four times (most recent - 2010 vs. Pittsburg State). Season -- 18, 1976.

Most Fumbles

Most Passes Completed

Most Yards in Penalties

Game -- 481 vs. Midwestern State, 2001. Season -- 3,077, 2001 (11 games). Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Overall -- 5, last game, 1909-4th game, 1910.

Most Passes Had Intercepted

Game -- 74, vs. Eastern New Mexico, 1988. Season -- 702, 1979 (13 games).

Most Yards Passing

Overall -- 126, 2nd game, 1976-4th game, 1988.

Game -- 10 vs. Eastern New Mexico, 1972 (lost 4). Season -- 50, 1984 (lost 28).

Most Fumbles Lost

Game -- 7 vs. Henderson State, 1981 (of 7). Season -- 28, 1984 (of 50) and 1976 (of 48).

Most Yards Rushing

Opponent Team

Game -- 471, East Central, 1980. Season -- 2,546, 2001.

Most Rushing Attempts

Game -- 77, East Central, 1974. Season -- 595, 1982 (12 games).

Most Yards Passing

Game -- 502, Harding, 1999. Season -- 3,065, 2009.

Most Passes Completed

Game -- 42, Harding, 1999 (attempted 68). Season -- 281, 2008 (attempted 468).

Most Passes Attempted

Game -- 68, Harding, 1999 (completed 42). Season -- 468, 2008 (completed 281).

Most Yards Total Offense

Game -- 660, Texas A&M-Commerce, 1991 (258 rush, 402 pass). Season -- 4,775, 2001 (11 games).

Most First Downs

Game -- 33, Southwest Baptist, 2009. Season -- 251, 2010 (11 games).

Most Points Scored

Game -- 99, Oklahoma, 1917. Season -- 407, 2010 (11 games).

Most Fumbles

Game -- 8, Texas A&M-Kingsville, 1995 (lost 5). Season -- 47, 1995 (lost 28).

Most Fumbles Lost

Game -- 6, Texas A&M-Kingsville, 1979 (of 7). Season -- 28, 1995 (of 47).

Most Yards in Penalties

Game -- 173, West Texas A&M, 2008. Season -- 1,215, 1973.

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Central Oklahoma Records Individual Rushing

8. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

Most Carries   Game -- 45, Joe Aska vs. Texas A&M-Commerce, 1994 (241 yards).   Season -- 352, Jubarko Gaines, 1996 (1,433 yards).   Career -- 803, Steve Tate, 1977-80 (4,360 yards).

Most Yards Game -- 312, Joe Aska vs. Langston, 1994 (26 carries). Season -- 1,629, Joe Aska, 1994 (278 carries). Career -- 4,360, Steve Tate, 1977-80 (803 carries).

Joe Aska

Longest Rush for Touchdown

Game -- 97 yards, Larry Adair vs. Memphis Navy, 1955.

Most Yards Per Carry

Season -- 7.4, Bruce Vann, 1983 (130 carries, 958 yards). Career -- 6.8, John Sterling, 1983-86 (245 carries, 1,655 yards).

Most Yards Average Per Game

Season -- 162.9, Joe Aska, 1994, (10 games, 1,629 yards). Career -- 114.0, Eddie Goodlow, 1984-86 (26 games, 2,964 yards).

Most 100-Yard Rushing Games

Season -- 8, Reggie Donner, 1998; Joe Aska, 1994; and Steve Tate, 1977. Career -- 23, Steve Tate, 1977-80.

Most 50-Plus Yard Touchdown Runs

Season -- 4, Josh Birmingham, 2010. Career -- 6, Josh Birmingham, 2010-11.

Player Opponent, Year Att. Yds Avg. Joe Aska Langston, 1994 26 312 12.0 Raymond Hayes Southwestern OK, 1960 27 248 9.2 James Hooks Southwest Missouri, 1971 27 243 9.0 Joe Aska Texas A&M-Commerce, 1994 45 241 5.4 R.L. Briggs Southeastern OK, 1962 29 238 8.2 Joshua Birmingham East Central, 2011 20 233 11.7 Jarrod Manoy Northeastern State, 2003 32 232 7.3 R.L. Briggs Southwestern OK, 1961 26 231 8.9 R.L. Briggs Oklahoma Panhandle, 1962 39 227 5.8 James Hooks Northeastern State, 1971 37 224 6.1 Ryan Logan Ouachita Baptist, 1998 14 221 15.8 Ryan Logan Ouachita Baptist, 1997 39 217 5.6 Zack Leonard West Texas A&M, 1995 32 217 6.8 Kevin McKenzie Northeastern State, 2004 24 216 9.0 Tyrone Jones Abilene Christian, 1992 33 215 6.5 Joe Webb Texas Lutheran, 1953 28 215 7.7 Steve McKeaver East Central, 1981 18 214 11.9 John Sterling Abilene Christian, 1986 19 213 11.2 Tyrone Jones Cameron, 1991 44 212 4.8 Jubarko Gaines Abilene Christian, 1996 39 210 5.4 Reggie Donner Emporia State, 1999 32 208 6.5 Reggie Donner Harding, 1997 33 206 6.2 Larry Adair Memphis Navy, 1955 25 206 8.2 Joshua Birmingham Southeastern OK, 2010 21 205 9.8 Pinkey Hurley Abilene Christian, 1990 35 204 5.8 Tarik Abdullah West Texas A&M, 2002 20 202 10.1

1,000 Yard Seasons Rank Player 1. Joe Aska 2. Reggie Donner 3. Jubarko Gaines 4. Raymond Hayes 5. James Hooks 6. Greg Briley 7. Clifford Chatman 8. Joshua Birmingham

Year 1994 1998 1996 1960 1971 1999 1979 2010

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Att. 278 271 352 268 193 233 237 243

261 252 250 225 219 204 179 224 233 157 216 254 171 166 201 234

1,250 1,245 1,206 1,171 1,163 1,153 1,126 1,111 1,108 1,095 1,085 1,075 1,067 1,023 1,019 1,002

4.8 4.9 4.8 5.2 5.3 5.7 6.3 5.0 4.8 7.0 5.0 4.2 6.2 6.2 5.1 4.3

Top 10 Careers Rank Player 1. Steve Tate 2. Clifford Chatman 3. Greg Briley 4. R.L. Briggs 5. Tyrone Jones 6. James Hooks 7. Eddie Goodlow 8. Pinkey Hurley 8. Ryan Logan 10. Reggie Donner

Years Att. Yards Avg. 1977-80 803 4,360 5.4 1978-80 627 3,316 5.3 1998-01 719 3,263 4.5 1961-64 625 3,208 5.1 1990-93 761 3,204 4.2 1969-72 556 3,190 5.7 1984-86 540 2,964 5.5 1987-90 573 2,628 4.6 1995-98 576 2,628 4.6 1997-99 424 2,608 6.2

Top 10 Longest Touchdown Runs

200-Yard Games

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 12. 14. 15. 15. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 22. 24. 25. 25.

2003 1977 1998 1985 1978 1979 1962 1980 1993 1983 1968 1992 1984 2002 1966 1997

Yards Avg. 1,629 5.9 1,546 5.7 1,433 4.1 1,431 5.3 1,351 7.0 1,338 5.7 1,275 5.4 1,250 5.1

Rank 1. 2. 2. 4. 5. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Larry Adair R.L.Briggs Paul Rosenberg R.L. Briggs Ben Birmingham David Wooley Justin Matthews Reggie Donner Bruce Vann Joe Aska

Opponent, Year Memphis Navy, 1955 Northeastern State, 1962 Western State, 1970 Southeastern OK, 1962 Texas A&M-Commerce, 2007 Cameron, 1972 East Central, 1999 Harding, 1998 Langston, 1983 Angelo State, 1993

Yards 97 95 95 94 92 92 91 89 85 84

Individual Passing Most Passes Completed

Game -- 41, Ethan Sharp vs. North Alabama, 2011 (attempted 71). Season -- 259, Brandon Noohi, 2009 (attempted 431). Career -- 457, Ethan Sharp, 2009-11 (attempted 782).

Most Passes Attempted

Game -- 71, Ethan Sharp vs. North Alabama, 2011 (completed 41). Season -- 431, Brandon Noohi, 2009 (completed 259). Career -- 782, Ethan Sharp, 2009-11 (completed 457).

Brett Manning

Most Yards

Game -- 481, Brett Manning vs. Midwestern State, 2001. Season -- 3,077, Brett Manning, 2001. Career -- 5,823, Brett Manning, 1998-01.

Most Touchdown Passes

Game -- 6, Brandon Noohi vs. Northeastern State, 2009. Season -- 25, Randy Page, 1982. Career -- 37, Randy Page, 1981-83.

Most Yards Per Game

Season -- 279.7, Brett Manning, 2001 (11 games, 3,077 yards). Career -- 243.5, Justin Allgood, 2004-05 (20 games, 4,870 yards).

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Jarrod Manoy Steve Tate Ryan Logan Eddie Goodlow Steve Tate Steve Tate R.L. Briggs Clifford Chatman Tyrone Jones Joe Hayes Terry Bryant Tyrone Jones Eddie Goodlow Tarik Abdullah Vernon Moore Ryan Logan


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300-Yard Games

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22.

Player Brett Manning Brett Manning Erick Johnson Ethan Sharp Justin Allgood Randy Page Brandon Noohi Ethan Sharp Ethan Sharp Brandon Noohi Justin Allgood Brandon Noohi Brandon Noohi Justin Allgood Mike Duncan Justin Allgood Mike Rollins Randy Page Ethan Sharp Justin Allgood Brandon Noohi Justin Allgood

Opponent, Year Comp.-Att. Yards Midwestern State, 2001 30-of-44 481 Northeastern State, 2001 24-of-38 447 Bacone, 2002 22-of-32 420 Southwestern Oklahoma, 2011 39-of-57 404 West Texas A&M, 2005 22-of-39 397 Eastern New Mexico, 1982 16-of-16 367 Southwest Baptist, 2008 21-of-33 359 North Alabama, 2011 41-of-71 351 Incarnate Word, 2010 30-of-51 350 Southeastern OK, 2008 26-of-36 346 Tarleton State, 2004 22-of-34 338 Pittsburg State, 2009 29-of-54 333 Texas A&M-Commerce, 2009 36-of-51 332 Angelo State, 2004 24-of-38 327 Northwestern OK, 1969 16-of-23 327 Abilene Christian, 2005 13-of-26 317 Southeastern OK, 1961 10-of-14 315 Langston, 1982 13-of-21 311 Eastern New Mexico, 2010 23-of-44 310 East Central, 2005 24-of-45 308 Northeastern State, 2009 20-of-33 306 Southwestern OK, 2004 23-of-33 300

Records

Top 10 Seasons Rank Player 1. Brett Manning 2. Brandon Noohi 3. Justin Allgood 4. Randy Page 5. Ethan Sharp 6. Justin Allgood 7. Erick Johnson 8. Ethan Sharp 9. Brandon Noohi 10. Stanley Pena

Year 2001 2009 2004 1982 2010 2005 2002 2011 2008 1996

Comp.-Att. 207-of-366 259-of-431 207-of-326 125-of-229 225-of-382 170-of-341 132-of-240 231-of-396 172-of-316 120-of-259

TDs Yards 17 3,077 21 2,757 16 2,556 25 2,464 24 2,444 18 2,314 9 2,218 7 2,078 11 1,990 7 1,732

Top 10 Careers Rank Player 1. Brett Manning 2. Justin Allgood 3. Brandon Noohi 4. Ethan Sharp 5. Randy Page 6. Glynn Walker 7. Erick Johnson 8. Stanley Pena 9. Ryan O’Hara 10. Mike Jones

Years 1998-01 2004-05 2008-09 2009-11 1981-83 1984-87 1999-03 1993-96 2006-07 1970-72

Comp.-Att. 370-of-721 377-of-667 431-of-747 457-of-782 229-of-459 228-of-506 251-of-454 255-of-533 265-of-496 190-of-355

TDs Yards 32 5,823 34 4,870 32 4,747 31 4,524 37 4,187 29 4,159 22 3,832 24 3,734 17 3,045 23 2,957

Top 10 Longest Touchdown Passes Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10.

Passer-Receiver Opponent, Year Yards Erick Johnson-Dee Dee Carter Northeastern State, 2002 95 Justin Allgood-Kenneth Shelton Abilene Christian, 2005 94 Brett Manning-Dee Dee Carter Eastern New Mexico, 2001 90 Scott Burger-Ben Young Eastern New Mexico, 1979 89 Mark Pritchard-Kevin Smith Langston, 1974 89 Erick Johnson-Dee Dee Carter Bacone, 2002 85 Mike Rollins-Jim Davis Oklahoma Panhandle, 1962 82 Brett Manning-Jace Sherrell Northeastern State, 2001 81 Ben Morrison-Terrance Jones Texas A&M-Commerce, 1988 81 Four times 80

Individual Receiving Most Receptions

Game -- 11, three times. Most recent - Bryce Davis vs. Lindenwood, 2011 (94 yards).

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Season -- 79, Zach Edwards, 2004 (1,230 yards). Career -- 173, Dee Dee Carter, 2000-03 (3,357 yards).

Most Yards Receiving

Game -- 263, Kenneth Shelton vs. Abilene Christian, 2005 (8 receptions). Season -- 1,469, Dee Dee Carter, 2001 (76 receptions). Career -- 3,357, Dee Dee Carter, 2000-03 (173 receptions).

Most Touchdown Receptions

Dee Dee Carter

Game -- 4, Ryan Gallimore vs. Northeastern State, 2009. Season -- 11, Ryan Gallimore, 2009. Career -- 21, Dee Dee Carter, 2000-03 and Charles Dunlap, 1967-70.

Longest Touchdown Reception

Game -- 95 yards, Dee Dee Carter from Erick Johnson vs. Northeastern State, 2002.

Receiving Leaders Top 10 Games - Yards

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 10.

Player Kenneth Shelton Dee Dee Carter Jerome Bell Daric Zeno Kenneth Shelton Dee Dee Carter Zach Edwards Dee Dee Carter Ryan Gallimore Todd Barnes Todd Barnes

Opponent, Year Yards Rec. Avg. Abilene Christian, 2005 263 8 32.9 Bacone, 2002 246 7 35.1 East Central, 1965 215 9 23.9 Langston, 1982 213 9 23.5 West Texas A&M, 2005 212 8 26.5 Eastern New Mexico, 2001 196 6 32.7 Tarleton State, 2004 186 8 23.3 Northeastern State, 2001 185 7 26.4 Southwest Baptist, 2008 180 9 20.0 Harding, 1999 179 6 29.8 Ouachita Baptist, 1999 179 6 29.8

Top 10 Seasons - Yards Rank Player 1. Dee Dee Carter 2. Zach Edwards 3. Dee Dee Carter 4. Daric Zeno 5. Kenneth Shelton 6. Willie Henderson 7. Todd Barnes 8. Ryan Gallimore 9. Chris Gillispie 10. Willie Henderson

Year 2001 2004 2002 1982 2005 1982 1999 2009 1996 1983

Yards 1,469 1,230 1,093 1,038 963 823 806 786 757 742

Rec. 76 79 49 49 50 35 39 59 41 37

Avg. 19.3 15.6 22.3 21.2 19.3 23.5 20.7 13.3 18.5 20.1

Rec. 173 105 112 102 126 92 97 109 130 84

Avg. 19.4 21.9 18.2 19.5 15.4 18.8 17.2 14.6 11.9 17.0

Top 10 Careers - Yards Rank Player 1. Dee Dee Carter 2. Willie Henderson 3. Charles Dunlap 4. Daric Zeno 5. Zach Edwards 6. Billy Jones 7. James Brooks 8. Daniel Morrell 9. Ryan Gallimore 10. Chris Gillispie

Years 2000-03 1980-83 1967-70 1980-83 2003-04 1961-64 1968-71 2008-10 2007-09 1993-96

Yards 3,357 2,300 2,034 1,957 1,940 1,730 1,670 1,595 1,543 1,424

Top 10 Games - Receptions Rank 1. 1. 1. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3. 3.

Player Bryce Davis Zach Edwards Darrell Sadler Zach Edwards Cedric Jones Cedric Jones Dee Dee Carter Dee Dee Carter Dee Dee Carter

Opponent, Year Rec. Yards Avg. Lindenwood, 2011 11 94 8.5 Northeastern State, 2004 11 129 11.7 East Central, 1967 11 136 12.4 Southwestern OK, 2004 10 177 17.7 Southwetern OK, 2004 10 73 7.3 Northeastern State, 2004 10 63 6.3 Abilene Christian, 2002 10 151 15.1 Western Washington, 2001 10 165 16.5 Arkansas Tech, 2001 10 116 11.6

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Charles Dunlap Darrell Sadler

Western State, 1969 Northwestern OK, 1967

10 10

166 124

16.6 12.4

Receptions Yards 79 1,230 76 1,469 71 690 59 786 54 530 51 617 50 334 50 963 49 384 49 1,093 49 1,038

Avg. 15.6 19.3 9.7 13.3 9.8 12.1 6.7 19.3 7.8 22.3 21.2

Top 10 Seasons - Receptions Rank Player 1. Zach Edwards 2. Dee Dee Carter 3. Cedric Jones 4. Ryan Gallimore 5. Christian Hood 6. Ryan Gallimore 7. Joshua Birmingham 7. Kenneth Shelton 9. Joshua Birmingham 9. Dee Dee Carter 9. Daric Zeno

Year 2004 2001 2004 2009 2011 2008 2011 2005 2010 2002 1982

Top 10 Careers - Receptions Rank Player 1. Dee Dee Carter 2. Ryan Gallimore 3. Zach Edwards 4. Charles Dunlap 5. Daniel Morrell 6. Willie Henderson 7. Daric Zeno 8. Joshua Birmingham 9. Matt Jackson 10. James Brooks

Years Receptions Yards 2000-03 173 3,357 2007-09 130 1,543 2003-04 126 1,940 1967-70 112 2,034 2008-10 109 1,595 1980-83 105 2,300 1980-83 102 1,957 2010-11 99 718 2008-11 98 780 1968-71 97 1,670

Avg. 19.4 11.9 15.4 18.2 14.6 21.9 19.5 7.3 8.0 17.2

Season -- 536, Brandon Noohi, 2009 (431 pass, 105 Brandon Noohi rush). Career -- 1,009, Glynn Walker, 1984-87 (503 rush, 506 pass).

Most Yards Per Game Average

Season -- 300.1, Brandon Noohi, 2009 (11 games, 3,301 yards). Career -- 247.0, Brandon Noohi, 2008-09 (22 games, 5,433 yards). Season -- 32, Randy Page, 1982 (25 pass, 7 rush). Career -- 57, Randy Page, 1981-83 (37 pass, 20 rush).

Total Offense Leaders Top 10 Games

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 4. 6. 7. 8. 8. 10.

Player Brett Manning Brandon Noohi Brett Manning Erick Johnson Brandon Noohi Justin Allgood Brandon Noohi Ethan Sharp Ethan Sharp Randy Page

Opponent, Year Rushing Passing Total Midwestern State, 2001 -19 481 462 Northeastern State, 2009 140 306 446 Northeastern State, 2001 -16 447 431 Bacone, 2002 -4 420 416 Southwestern OK, 2009 146 270 416 West Texas A&M, 2004 4 397 401 Southeastern OK, 2008 42 346 388 Southwestern OK, 2011 -27 404 377 Incarnate Word, 2010 27 350 377 Eastern New Mexico, 1982 -3 367 364

Top 10 Seasons Rank Player 1. Brandon Noohi 2. Brett Manning

Year 2009 2001

Rushing 544 -90

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2,464 2,556 2,444 2,314 1,990 2,218 1,497 2,078

2,732 2,541 2,532 2,319 2,132 2,094 2,071 2,064

Passing 4,747 5,823 4,159 4,870 4,187 4,524 0 2,957 3,832 2,433

Total 5,433 5,415 5,343 4,860 4,812 4,592 4,360 4,085 3,737 3,331

Top 10 Careers Rank Player 1. Brandon Noohi 2. Brett Manning 3. Glynn Walker 4. Justin Allgood 5. Randy Page 6. Ethan Sharp 7. Steve Tate 8. Mike Jones 9. Erick Johnson 10. Scott Burger

Years 2008-09 1998-01 1984-87 2004-05 1981-83 2009-11 1977-80 1970-72 1999-03 1979-80

Rushing 686 -408 1,184 -10 625 68 4,360 1,128 -95 898

Individual All-Purpose Yards Most Yards   Game -- 312, Joe Aska vs. Langston, 1994 (312 rushing).   Season -- 1,788, Joe Aska, 1994 (1,629 rushing, 129 return, 30 receiving).   Career -- 4,560, Steve Tate, 1977-80 (4,360 rushing, 200 receiving). Steve Tate

Passing 2,757 3,077

Rank Player Opponent, Year Rush 1. Joe Aska Langston, 1994 312 2. Ryan Gallimore Southwest Baptist, 2008 0 3. Joshua Birmingham East Central, 2011 233 4. Kenneth Shelton Abilene Christian, 2005 0 5. Daric Zeno Langston, 1982 0 6. Raymond Hayes Southwestern, 1960 248 7. Dee Dee Carter Bacone, 2002 0 8. James Hooks Southwest Missouri, 1971 243 9. Joe Aska A&M-Commerce, 1994 241 10. R.L. Briggs Southeastern OK, 1962 238

Rec. 0 180 43 263 213 0 246 0 0 0

Ret. Total 0 312 114 294 0 276 0 263 43 256 0 248 0 246 0 243 0 241 0 238

Top 10 Seasons

Touchdown Responsibility

268 -15 88 5 142 -124 574 -14

Top 10 Games

Game -- 462, Brett Manning vs. Midwestern State (481 pass, -19 rush). Season -- 3,301, Brandon Noohi, 2009 (2,757 pass, 544 rush). Career -- 5,433, Brandon Noohi, 2008-09 (4,747 pass, 686 rush).

Most Plays

1982 2004 2010 2005 2008 2002 1979 2011

All-Purpose Leaders

Most Yards

Randy Page Justin Allgood Ethan Sharp Justin Allgood Brandon Noohi Erick Johnson Scott Burger Ethan Sharp

Total 3,301 2,987

Rank Player 1. Joe Aska 2. Joshua Birmingham 3. Daric Zeno 4. Jubarko Gaines 5. Reggie Donner 6. James Hooks 7. Zach Edwards 8. Dee Dee Carter 9. Raymond Hayes 10. Terry Bryant

Year 1994 2010 1982 1996 1998 1971 2004 2001 1960 1968

Rush 1,629 1,250 -9 1,433 1,546 1,351 -18 0 1,431 1,085

Receive Return 30 129 384 11 1,038 601 95 60 37 0 81 78 1,230 289 1,469 13 0 0 137 163

Total 1,788 1,645 1,630 1,588 1,583 1,510 1,501 1,482 1,431 1,385

Receive Return 200 0 287 1,523 193 346 312 15 177 0 29 0 1,957 1,391 5 0 121 0 217 56

Total 4,560 4,438 3,729 3,531 3,440 3,345 3,339 3,223 3,085 2,901

Top 10 Careers Rank Player 1. Steve Tate 2. Pinkey Hurley 3. James Hooks 4. Tyrone Jones 5. Greg Briley 6. Clifford Chatmon 7. Daric Zeno 8. R.L. Briggs 9. Eddie Goodlow 10. Ryan Logan

Years 1977-80 1987-90 1969-72 1990-93 1998-01 1978-80 1980-83 1961-64 1984-86 1995-98

Rush 4,360 2,628 3,190 3,204 3,263 3,316 -9 3,208 2,964 2,628

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Central Oklahoma Records Individual Scoring

Individual Punt Returns

Most Points Scored

Most Returns

Game -- 58, Johnny Williamson vs. Oklahoma Baptist, 1916 (9 TDs, 13 PATs). Season -- 132, James Hooks, 1971. Career -- 300, James Hooks, 1969-72.

Most Touchdowns

Game -- 9, Johnny Williamson vs. Oklahoma Baptist, 1916. Season -- 22, James Hooks, 1971 Career -- 50, James Hooks, 1969-72.

Most Return Yards James Hooks

Most PAT Kicks Made

Best Return Average

Game -- 5, A.J. Haglund vs. Tarleton State, 2004 (attempted 5). Season -- 15, A.J. Haglund, 2004 (attempted 18). Career -- 40, A.J. Haglund, 2001-04 (attempted 59).

Records

Game -- 51 yards, Ronnie Gulikers vs. Texas A&M-Commerce, 1996.

Scoring Leaders Year 1971 1979 2010 1960 1998 1962 1999 1996 1994 2003

TDs 22 15 21 17 19 16 16 16 15 15

PAT 0 26 0 8 0 1 0 0 1 0

Years 1969-72 2001-04 1998-01 1961-64 1978-80 1979-80 1958-60 1995-98 1997-99 1995-98

TDs 50 0 40 35 33 23 28 0 31 30

PAT 0 139 0 1 1 51 15 100 0 0

FG Total 0 300 40 259 0 240 0 211 0 200 2 195 1 193 29 187 0 186 0 180

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Longest Return

Game -- 108, J.A. Thompson vs. Central Arkansas, 1938.

Individual Interception/ Fumble Returns Most Interceptions

Game -- 5, Gene Dees vs. Northwestern Oklahoma, 1948. Season -- 11, Johnnie Jones, 1998 and Elton Rhoades, 1994. Career -- 20, Johnnie Jones, 1996-99.

Most Interception Return Yards

Game -- 115, Creadell Pennon vs. East Central, 2011 (three interceptions). Season -- 234, Johnnie Jones, 1998 (11 interceptions). Career -- 423, Randy Preston, 1981-84 (16 interceptions).

Randy Preston

Longest Interception Return

Game -- 100 yards, Creadell Pennon vs. East Central, 2011; Brandon Williams vs. Southwestern Oklahoma, 2011; Fred Shaw vs. Tarleton State, 2004 and Randy Preston vs. Colorado State-Pueblo, 1982.

Most Fumble Recoveries

Season -- 6, Phil Sexton, 1995. Career -- 10, Steve Perkins, 1975-79.

Longest Fumble Return

Best Punting Average Best Punting Average Game -- 66.0, Willie Henderson vs. Langston, 1982 (1 punt). Season -- 45.5, Jerome Bell, 1964 (48 punts). Career -- 43.5, Jerome Bell, 1964-65 (63 punts).

Game -- 6, Artrell Woods vs. Eastern New Mexico (103 yards) and Lee High vs. Angelo State, 1976 (113 yards). Season -- 23, Brent Ingram, 2001 (509 yards) and Bobby Williams, 1965 (386 yards). Career -- 53, Bobby Williams, 1962-65 (1,063 yards). Game -- 196, Alton Lusk vs. Northeastern State, 1998 (3 returns). Season -- 581, Alton Lusk, 1999 (21 returns). Career -- 1,157, Alton Lusk, 1996-99 (41 returns).

Individual Punting

Game -- 12, David Simpson vs. Angelo State, 1995. Season -- 84, Landon Greve, 2011. Career -- 238, David Simpson, 1995-98.

FG Total 0 132 1 129 0 126 0 120 0 114 0 97 0 96 0 96 0 92 0 90

Top 10 Careers

Most Return Yards

Top 10 Seasons

Most Punts

Most Returns

Longest Field Goal Made

Rank Player 1. James Hooks 2. A.J. Haglund 3. Greg Briley 4. R.L. Briggs 5. Clifford Chatman 6. Scott Burger 7. Raymond Hayes 8. Ronnie Gulikers 9. Reggie Donner 10. Ryan Logan

Season -- 18.8, Vernon Moore, 1966 (12 returns, 226 yards). Career -- 14.1, Keni Ray, 1967-70 (59 returns, 832 yards).

Individual Kickoff Returns

Most Field Goals Made

Rank Player 1. James Hooks 2. Scott Burger 3. Joshua Birmingham 4. Raymond Hayes 5. Reggie Donner 6. R.L. Briggs 7. Greg Briley 8. Jubarko Gaines 9. Joe Aska 10. Jarrod Manoy

Johnnie Jones

Game -- 100, Leroy Henderson vs. Oklahoma Panhandle, 1950.

Game -- 9, George Miller vs. Northwestern Oklahoma, 1952. Season -- 29, Mark Monroe, 1984. Career -- 49, Mark Monroe, 1984-85.

Most Consecutive PAT Kicks Made

Game -- 121, Johnnie Jones vs. Midwestern State, 1999 (5 returns). Season -- 510, Johnnie Jones, 1999 (34 returns). Career -- 1,163, Johnnie Jones, 1996-99 (128 returns).

Longest Return

Game -- 14, Charles Cox vs. Oklahoma City, 1916. Season -- 43, Ronnie Gulikers, 1998 (attempted 45). Career -- 139, A.J. Haglund, 2001-04 (attempted 154).

Game -- 9, Brandon Smith vs. Emporia State, 2007 (54 yards) and Pinkey Hurley vs. Cal State-Northridge, 1990 (77 yards). Season -- 37, Johnnie Jones, 1998 (266 yards). Career -- 128, Johnnie Jones, 1996-99 (1,163 yards).

Game -- 71 yards, Sylvester Moore vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 1977.

Jerome Bell

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Central Oklahoma Records Individual Tackles

6. 6. 8. 9. 10.

Most Total Tackles

Season -- 197, Jack Ross, 1969. Career -- 457, Johnny Luter, 1994-98.

Most Unassisted Tackles

Season -- 168, Jack Ross, 1969. Career -- 298, Dale Alexander, 1972-75.

Johnny Luter

Most Sacks Season -- 12, Dean Shinault, 1985. Career -- 29, Ira Richards, 1990-93 and Dean Shinault, 1985-88.

Most Tackles For Loss

Season -- 22.5, Chad Gruver, 1997. Career -- 56, Phil Sexton, 1993-96.

Total Tackle Leaders

Rank Player 1. Jack Ross 2. Jim Stone 2. Charles Stalcup 4. Jim Stone 4. Steve Edmondson 4. Johnny Luter 7. Dale Alexander 8. Ed Desherow 9. Dale Alexander 10. Steve Perkins 10. Rocky Kime

Top 10 Seasons Year 1969 1996 1976 1998 1973 1976 1983 1974 1982 1993

Position Linebacker Linebacker Linebacker Linebacker Nose guard Linebacker Linebacker Nose guard Linebacker Linebacker

Tackles 197 163 161 146 142 139 137 136 134 133

Position Linebacker Linebacker Nose guard Nose guard Safety Linebacker Linebacker Linebacker Linebacker Linebacker

Tackles 457 420 418 381 361 359 346 339 338 333

Top 10 Careers Rank Player 1. Johnny Luter 2. Jason Melkisetian 3. Dale Alexander 4. Ross Dodson 5. Kelly Heathington 6. Jim Stone 7. Ed Desherow 8. Ray Tasby 9. John Adams 10. Mike Bennett

Years 1994-98 1990-93 1972-75 1976-79 1997-00 1973-76 1982-84 1981-84 1974-77 1987-89

Unassisted Tackle Leaders Top 10 Seasons

Rank Player Year Position 1. Mike Bennett 1987 Linebacker 2. Johnny Luter 1998 Linebacker 3. Johnny Luter 1996 Linebacker 4. Jim Stone 1976 Linebacker 5. Tucker Cason 2009 Linebacker 5. Terry Jones 1979 Tackle 7. Crome Alexander 1976 Linebacker 7. James Bledsoe 1979 Linebacker 9. Turner Troup 2010 Linebacker 10. Three tied

Tackles 68 57 56 54 53 53 51 51 49 48

Years 1994-98 1987-89 1997-00 1984-87 2008-11

Broncho Football

Year 1969 1974 1974 1976 1973 1996 1974 1983 1973 1977 1973

Position Linebacker Linebacker Linebacker Linebacker Linebacker Linebacker Nose guard Linebacker Nose guard Linebacker Linebacker

Tackles 168 116 116 107 107 107 106 102 100 95 95

Position Nose guard Linebacker Linebacker Linebacker Nose guard Linebacker Linebacker Linebacker Linebacker Safety

Tackles 298 293 291 273 257 244 238 233 230 225

Top 10 Careers Rank Player 1. Dale Alexander 2. Johnny Luter 3. Jason Melkisetian 4. Jim Stone 5. Ross Dodson 6. Ed Desherow 7. Eric Brinkley 8. Steve Edmondson 9. Crome Alexander 10. Richard Norman

Years 1972-75 1994-98 1990-93 1973-76 1976-79 1982-84 1991-94 1970-73 1973-76 1993-96

Tackle For Loss Leaders Top Five Seasons

Rank Player 1. Chad Gruver 2. Jason Rempe 3. Claude Davis 4. Phil Sexton 4. Danny Nephew

Year 1997 1998 1999 1996 2002

Position End Tackle Tackle End End

TFL 22.5 22 19 18 18

Top Five Careers Rank Player 1. Phil Sexton 2. Ira Richards 3. Claude Davis 4. Chad Gruver 5. Johnny Luter

Years 1993-96 1990-93 1998-00 1994-97 1994-98

Position End Tackle Tackle End Linebacker

TFL 56 54 47 45.5 45

Sack Leaders Top Five Seasons

Rank Player Year Position 1. Dean Shinault 1985 End 2. Ron Mackey 1982 Tackle 2. Ira Richards 1992 Tackle 4. Six tied

Sacks 12 10 10 9

Top Five Careers

Top 10 Careers Rank Player 1. Johnny Luter 2. Mike Bennett 3. Kelly Heathington 4. Neil Galbraith 5. Tucker Cason

129 129 126 124 122

Position Linebacker Linebacker Safety Safety Linebacker

Tackles  164 154 144 137 131

Rank Player 1. Dean Shinault 1. Ira Richards 3. Phil Sexton 4. Claude Davis 5. Ron Mackey

Years 1985-88 1990-93 1993-96 1998-00 1980-82

Position End Tackle End Tackle Tackle

Sacks 29 29 26 22 18

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Records

Rank Player 1. Jack Ross 2. Johnny Luter 3. Jim Stone 4. Johnny Luter 5. Dale Alexander 6. Crome Alexander 7. Ed Desherow 8. Dale Alexander 9. Ed Desherow 10. Jason Melkisetian

Linebacker Linebacker Linebacker Nose guard Safety

Top 10 Seasons

Most Assisted Tackles

1990-93 1975-79 1974-77 1976-79 2002-05

Assisted Tackle Leaders

Season -- 68, Mike Bennett, 1987. Career -- 164, Johhny Luter, 1994-98.

Jason Melkisetian Steve Perkins John Adams Ross Dodson Anthony Byrd


2012 Central Oklahoma Football Wantland Stadium Records Team

Most Points, One Team -- 62, Central Oklahoma vs. Northeastern State (42), Nov. 8, 2003. Most Points, Combined -- 111, Southeastern Oklahoma (56) over Central Oklahoma (55), Oct. 16, 2010. Biggest Winning Margin -- 55, Central Oklahoma (55) over Evangel College (0), Sept. 8, 1979. Most First Downs -- 33, Southwest Baptist, 2009. Rushing Yards -- 471, East Central, Nov. 11, 1980. Passing Yards -- 502, Harding, Oct. 16, 1999. Total Yards -- 647, Central Oklahoma vs. Bacone, Oct. 26, 2002 (456 passing, 191 rushing). Rushing Attempts -- 77, East Central, Sept. 28, 1974. Pass Attempts -- 68, Harding, Oct. 16, 1999 (completed 42).

Records

Pass Completions -- 42, Harding, Oct. 16, 1999 (attempted 68). Passes Had Intercepted -- 5, five times. Most recent - Central Oklahoma vs. Pittsburg State, Aug. 28, 2010. Most Fumbles -- 10, Central Oklahoma vs. Eastern New Mexico, Oct. 21, 1972 (lost 4). Most Punts -- 12, Central Oklahoma vs. Angelo State, Oct. 21, 1995 and vs. Southwest Missouri, Sept. 20, 1969. Most Penalties -- 19, Central Oklahoma vs. Evangel College, Sept. 8, 1979. Most Penalty Yards -- 173, West Texas A&M, Sept. 6, 2008 (16 penalties).

Individual

Passing Yards -- 502, Luke Cullins, Harding, Oct. 16, 1999. Pass Attempts -- 68, Luke Cullins, Harding, Oct. 16, 1999 (completed 42). Pass Completions -- 42, Luke Cullins, Harding, Oct. 16, 1999 (attempted 68). Passes Had Intercepted -- 5, three times. Most recent - Ryan O’Hara, Central Oklahoma vs. Emporia State, Sept. 8, 2007. Passing Touchdowns -- 6, Brandon Noohi, Central Oklahoma vs. Northeastern State, 2009. Receiving Yards -- 246, Dee Dee Carter, Central Oklahoma vs. Bacone, Oct. 26, 2002 (7 catches). Most Receptions -- 11, by four players. Most recent - Bryce Davis, Central Oklahoma vs. Lindenwood, 2011 (94 yards). Touchdown Receptions -- 4, Ryan Gallimore, Central Oklahoma vs. Northeastern State, 2009. Longest Touchdown Pass -- 95, Colin Yocom from Chad Cole, Tarleton State, Nov. 9, 1996 and Karl Williams from Oktai Basci, Texas A&M-Kingsville, Oct. 14, 1995. Total Yards -- 517, Luke Cullins, Harding, Oct. 16, 1999 (502 pass, 15 rush). All-Purpose Yards -- 312, Joe Aska, Central Oklahoma vs. Langston, Sept. 24, 1994 (312 rush). Longest Field Goal -- 51, Ronnie Gulikers, Central Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M-Commerce, Oct. 5, 1996. Most Field Goals -- 5, A.J. Haglund vs. Tarleton State, Sept. 25, 2004. Longest Interception Return for TD -- 100, Creadell Pennon, Central Oklahoma vs. East Central, 2011; Travis Lee, Emporia State, Sept. 8, 2007 and Fred Shaw, UCO vs. Tarleton State, Sept. 25, 2004.

Rushing Yards -- 312, Joe Aska vs. Langston, Sept. 24, 1994 (26 carries).

Longest Punt Return for TD -- 90, Pinkey Hurley, Central Oklahoma vs. Eastern New Mexico, Oct. 24, 1987.

Rushing Attempts -- 45, Joe Aska vs. Texas A&M-Commerce, Oct. 1, 1994 (241 yards).

Longest Kickoff Return for TD -- 95, Don Brown, Cameron, Oct. 18, 1975.

Rushing Touchdowns -- 4, by five players. Most recent - Jarrod Manoy, Central Oklahoma vs. Northeastern State, Nov. 8, 2003.

Most Interceptions -- 3, by three players. Most recent - Elton Rhoades, Central Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M-Commerce, Oct. 1, 1994.

Longest Rushing Touchdown -- 89, Lawrence Texada, Henderson State, Sept. 19, 1981.

Most Tackles -- 25, Jim Stone, Central Oklahoma vs. East Central, Sept. 25, 1976 and Dale Alexander, UCO vs. East Central, Sept. 28, 1974.

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football All-Conference Players In its 106 years of football, Central Oklahoma has had 382 players earn all-conference honors a combined 519 times. The Bronchos have been members of the Oklahoma Collegiate Conference, District Nine, the Lone Star Conference and the LSC North Division. Only four players -- John Adams, Alex Aguilar, Dale Alexander and Steve Tate -- have been four-time all-conference performers, while 24 players have won all-conference recognition three times. A year-by-year look at UCO’s all-conference players:

LSC North Division

History

2010 RB Joshua Birmingham (1st) WR Daniel Morrell (1st) WR Dolphin Davis (2nd) LB Tucker Cason (2nd, Academic) OL Cody Ellett (2nd) DS Bryce Davis (2nd) WR Tucker Holland (2nd, Acad.) OL Jake Kessen (2nd) DB Keno Meadows (2nd) DB Creadell Pennon (2nd) PK Chris Robbs (2nd, Academic) QB Ethan Sharp (2nd) 2009 LB Tucker Cason (1st, Academic) WR Ryan Gallimore (1st) DB Giorgio Durham (1st) LB Terry Hardeman (1st) DL Freddie Harris (1st) QB Brandon Noohi (1st) RB Jason Palmer (1st) OL Luke Sapolu (1st) WR Daniel Morrell (2nd) OL Cody Hughes (2nd) DL Jermelle Cudjo (2nd) WR Matt Jackson (Academic) 2008 LB K.C. Asiodu (1st) DT Jermelle Cudjo (1st) WR Ryan Gallimore (1st) DB Matt Gates (1st) DE Micah Howeth (1st) DB T.J. Shaw (1st) OL Dustin Finn (2nd) OL Fernando Franco (2nd) LB Terry Hardeman (2nd) DE Freddie Harris (2nd) WR Kendall Hendricks (2nd) OL Jonathan Llama (2nd) QB Brandon Noohi (2nd) DT Kenneth Pointer (2nd) 2007 RB Ben Birmingham (1st) LB Will Clewis (1st) DT Jermelle Cudjo (1st) TE Brock Gruenberg (1st) DE Corey Lewis (1st) DB Brandon Smith (1st) FB Kwesi Keller (2nd) OL Jonathan Llama (2nd) DB Marcus Martinez (2nd) DB T.J. Shaw (2nd) 2006 FB Alex Aguilar (1st) OL Bobby Brooks (1st) LB Will Clewis (1st) PK Jason Dixon (1st) LB Tyler Ellis (1st) DL Kola Olasiji (2nd) DB Brandon Smith (2nd) DB Burnell Smith (2nd)

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2005 FB Alex Aguilar (1st) WR Fred Shaw (1st) DL Durand Smith (1st) OL Kito Talbert (1st) QB Justin Allgood (2nd) OL Bobby Brooks (2nd) OL Matt Compton (2nd) P Keegan Riddle (2nd) WR Kenneth Shelton (2nd) TE Tyler Yoas (2nd) 2004 FB Alex Aguilar (1st) WR Zach Edwards (1st) PK A.J. Haglund (1st) DB Bernard Moore (1st) DB Fred Shaw (1st) QB Justin Allgood (2nd) OL Brent Davison (2nd) LB Uriah Matthew (2nd) DL Durand Smith (2nd) TE Tyler Yoas (2nd) 2003 DB Anthony Byrd (1st) PK A.J. Haglund (1st) RB Jarrod Manoy (1st) FB Alex Aguilar (2nd) OL B.J. Bender (2nd) OL Joe Hall (2nd) WR Zach Edwards (2nd) DB Vince Hall (2nd) LB Uriah Matthew (2nd) DL Danny Nephew (2nd) OL Mark Tickner (2nd, Academic) DL Chad Whiteside (2nd) QB Erick Johnson (Academic) 2002 FB Nick Bobeck (1st) WR Dee Dee Carter (1st) DL Dustin Files (1st) TE Brandon Whiteley (1st) RB Tarik Abdullah (2nd) OL B.J. Bender (2nd) DB Vince Hall (2nd) DE Danny Nephew (2nd) QB Erick Johnson (Academic) OL Mark Tickner (Academic) 2001 OL B.J. Bender (1st) WR Dee Dee Carter (1st) DL Ryan Cooper (1st) QB Brett Manning (1st, Academic) TE Brandon Whiteley (1st) RB Greg Briley (2nd) LB Raider McHugh (2nd) OL Mark Tickner (Academic) 2000 OL Ryan Ambrose (1st) DL Claude Davis (1st) OL John Fitzgerald (1st) DB Kelly Heathington (1st)

PK Evan Luttrell (1st, Academic) DL Brad Shea (1st) RB Greg Briley (2nd) DB Jon Brazeal (2nd) FB Tyler Griffin (2nd) WR Chad Hacker (2nd) LB Jess Loepp (2nd, Academic) OL Aaron Notarianni (2nd) 1999 WR Todd Barnes (1st) RB Greg Briley (1st) TE Jett Cornett (1st) DL Claude Davis (1st) OL John Fitzgerald (1st) DB Johnnie Jones (1st) DB Kelly Heathington (2nd) LB Brian Morton (2nd) PK Evan Luttrell (Academic) QB Brett Manning (Academic)

Aaron Chester 1998 DB Brandon Carder (1st) OL Aaron Chester (1st) TE Jett Cornett (1st) RB Reggie Donner (1st) DL Claude Davis (1st) OL John Fitzgerald (1st) PK Ronnie Gulikers (1st) OL Brad Lawson (1st) DB Johnnie Jones (1st) LB Johnny Luter (1st) DL Jason Rempe (1st) WR Todd Barnes (2nd) QB Scott Condict (2nd, Academic) RB Ryan Logan (2nd) LB Brian Morton (2nd) P David Simpson (2nd) DS Jeff Slayton (Academic) 1997 TE Derek Elmore (1st) DE Chad Gruver (1st) PK Ronnie Gulikers (1st) OL Chris McKenzie (1st) OL Dustin McNeal (1st) QB Sean Morgan (1st, Academic) DB Hurley Tarver (1st) OL Aaron Chester (2nd) DB Kenny Evans (2nd) RB Ryan Logan (2nd) DL Jeremiah Johnston (2nd) WR J.C. Estep (Academic) LB Scott Hipp (Academic)

Lone Star Conference 1996 TE Derek Elmore (1st) RB Jubarko Gaines (1st) LB Johnny Luter (1st) OL Dustin McNeal (1st) OL Chris McKenzie (2nd) DB Richard Norman (2nd) DE Phil Sexton (2nd) WR J.C. Estep (Academic) DL Travis Hildebrand (Academic) 1995 OL Chance Nelson (1st) LB Blaine Storts (1st) WR Tony Bryson (2nd) LB Johnny Luter (2nd) DB Richard Norman (2nd) OL Aaron Roberson (2nd) DE Phil Sexton (2nd) DL Travis Hildebrand (Academic) QB Stanley Pena (Academic) 1994 RB Joe Aska (1st) LB Eric Brinkley (1st) DB Elton Rhoades (1st) WR Tony Bryson (2nd) DL Troy Chitsey (2nd) OL Flo Gonzalez (2nd, Academic) OL Mike Filson (2nd) OL Chance Nelson (2nd) QB Stanley Pena (Academic) 1993 OL Flo Gonzalez (1st) RB Tyrone Jones (1st) LB Jason Melkisetian (1st) DT Ira Richards (1st) OL Bill Lancaster (2nd) TE Ryan Orton (2nd) DB Elton Rhoades (2nd) RB Glenn Starks (2nd) QB Terry Payne (Academic) OL Chris Sumpter (Academic) 1992 RB Tyrone Jones (1st) OL Brian Key (1st) DT Ira Richards (1st) OL Flo Gonzalez (2nd) OL Mike Cizek (2nd) P Paul Irland (2nd) LB Jason Melkisetian (2nd) DB Mart Leming (2nd) DB Maurice Davenport (2nd) DE Barry Armstrong (Academic) 1991 NG Ira Richards (1st) P Paul Irland (2nd, Academic) DE Barry Armstrong (Academic) 1990 RB Pinkey Hurley (1st) LB Keith Traylor (1st) DT Craig Satepauhoodle (2nd)

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football All-Conference Players OL Scott Key (Academic) 1989 RB Pinkey Hurley (1st) LB Keith Traylor (1st) WR Nathaniel Dash (Academic) 1988 DE Dean Shinault (1st) DB Robert Gordon (1st)

District Nine

1988 RB Pinkey Hurley (1st) DE Dean Shinault (1st) LB Mike Bennett (1st) TE Ray Collins (2nd) DB Robert Gordon (2nd) QB Zane Burgess (Academic) OL Doug Brown (Academic) LB Marty Irland (Academic) OL Buck Irwin (Academic)

1987 DB Neil Galbraith (1st) DE Clint Howard (2nd) LB Mike Bennett (2nd) DB Larry Porter (2nd) 1986 RB John Sterling (1st) PK Mark Monroe (1st, Academic) DL Charles Bell (1st) LB Egean Collins (1st) WR Tony Felton (2nd) OL Jeff Pyle (2nd) OL Scott Leggett (2nd) DL Brian Mann (2nd) QB Glynn Walker (Academic) 1985 WR Aaron Bruner (1st) OL Scott Leggett (1st) OL Jeff Pyle (1st) RB Eddie Goodlow (1st) PK Mark Monroe (1st, Academic) DE Herb Allison (1st, Academic) QB Glynn Walker (2nd, Academic) RB John Sterling (2nd) DL Charles Bell (2nd) LB Egean Collins (2nd) DB Lester Baldwin (2nd) 1984 OL Ron Whiteley (1st) RB Eddie Goodlow (1st) LB Mike Tasby (1st) LB Ed Desherow (1st) DB Randy Preston (1st) TE Chris Edgmon (2nd) WR Aaron Bruner (2nd) DE Bo Mathews (2nd)

1983 WR Willie Henderson (1st) WR Daric Zeno (1st) OL Rod Davis (1st) QB Randy Page (1st) RB Joe Hayes (1st) DL Tim Stone (1st) LB Ed Desherow (1st) DB John Preston (1st) OL Ron Whiteley (2nd) OL Buddy Link (2nd) RB Bruce Vann (2nd) DL Ricky Oliver (2nd) LB Mike Tasby (2nd) DB Randy Preston (2nd) 1982 WR Daric Zeno (1st) OL Rod Davis (1st) QB Randy Page (1st) RB Steve McKeaver (1st) P Willie Henderson (1st) DL Ron Mackey (1st) DB John Preston (1st) LB Ed Desherow (2nd) DB Danny Webb (2nd) OL Ron Whiteley (2nd) WR Willie Henderson (2nd) DB Danny Webb (2nd) OL Ron Whiteley (2nd) WR Willie Henderson (2nd) 1981 WR Daric Zeno (1st) LB Ken Oleson (1st) DB Danny Webb (1st) OL Jeff Leader (2nd) RB Randy Jones (2nd) DL Ron Mackey (2nd) 1980 RB Clifford Chatman (1st) LB Ken Oleson (1st) WR Willie Henderson (2nd) OL Jeff Leader (2nd) QB Scott Burger (2nd) RB Steve Tate (2nd) P Scott Burger (2nd) DL Jay Jordan (2nd) OL Rick Leath (2nd) 1979 QB Scott Burger (1st) RB Steve Tate (1st) OL Kirk Condry (1st) DT Terry Jones (1st) DL Ross Dodson (1st) DB Danny Washington (1st) RB Clifford Chatman (2nd) DL Gary Morgan (2nd) DB Sylvester Moore (2nd) 1978 TE Garry Smith (1st) OL Chet Mongold (1st) OL Kirk Condry (1st) RB Steve Tate (1st) RB Clifford Chatman (1st) DL Ross Dodson (1st)

Broncho Football

OL Ray Pearce (2nd) DL Ron Cramer (2nd) DB Danny Washington (2nd) 1977 TE Garry Smith (1st) OL Chet Mongold (1st) RB Steve Tate (1st) DL Ron Cramer (1st) DL Ross Dodson (2nd) DL John Adams (2nd) DB Mike Ciskowski (2nd) OL Dennis Brooks (2nd) RB George Seacrist (2nd) 1976 WR Carl Hawkins (1st) OL Steve Leemhuis (1st) DE John Adams (1st) DL Dale Alexander (1st) LB Jim Stone (1st) TE Garry Smith (2nd) OL Dennis Brooks (2nd) 1975 OL Kevin Smith (1st) OL Steve Leemhuis (1st) DL Dale Alexander (1st) LB Jim Stone (1st) 1974 OL Bobby Lane (1st) DL Dale Alexander (1st) DB Marlon Gay (1st)

Oklahoma Collegiate Conference 1975 OL Kevin Smith (1st) OL Steve Leemhuis (1st) DL Dale Alexander (1st) LB Jim Stone (1st) PK Randy Ritchie (1st) WR Max Tuepker (2nd) OL Bobby Lane (2nd) DL Mike McGinley (2nd) DL John Adams (2nd) DB Marlon Gay (2nd)

1973 OL Ray Nash (1st) RB Johnny Eastep (1st) LB Steve Edmondson (1st) DB Dennis Cunningham (1st) DL Dale Alexander (2nd) 1972 OL Tom Steward (1st) QB Mike Jones (1st) RB James Hooks (1st) RB David Wooley (1st) DL Brad Hutchison (1st) LB Cecil Harry (1st) OL Ray Nash (2nd) DL Ben Larimore (2nd) 1971 OL Houston Haynes (1st) OL Ed Irby (1st) DL Ashley Rutherford (1st) LB Jack Ross (1st) DB Royce Howard (1st) WR James Brooks (2nd) 1970 WR Charles Dunlap (1st) QB Mike Jones (1st) DL Jack O’Donnell (1st) DB Keni Ray (1st) RB James Hooks (2nd) LB Jack Ross (2nd)

History

Robert Gordon

PK Mark Monroe (Academic) DL Ricky Oliver (Academic)

1969 DE Don Eldridge (1st) DL Jack O’Donnell (1st) QB Phil Thompson (1st) WR Charles Dunlap (2nd) RB Dale Holland (2nd) DB Tony Determan (2nd) 1968 OL Don Freeman (1st) DE Don Eldridge (1st) LB Brad Avant (1st) OL Larry Heard (2nd) RB Terry Bryant (2nd) RB Dale Holland (2nd) DB Ken Talley (2nd) 1967 OL Larry Heard (1st) OL Don Freeman (1st) DE Charles Miller (1st) WR Darrell Sadler (2nd) DL Doyle McGraw (2nd) DB Ken Talley (2nd)

Dale Alexander 1974 OL Bobby Lane (1st) DE Rocky Kime (1st) DL Dale Alexander (1st) DB Marlon Gay (1st) OL Kevin Smith (2nd) RB Johnny Eastep (2nd) DE John Adams (2nd) DL Mike McGinley (2nd) LB Jim Stone (2nd) DB Raymond Hayes (2nd)

1966 TE Bob Kaser (1st) RB Vernon Moore (1st) LB Carl Smith (1st) DB Robert Wade (1st) DL Willie Swan (2nd) DB Steve Keaton (2nd) OL Don Freeman (2nd) 1965 LB Carl Smith (1st) TE Jerome Bell (2nd) OL Ron Richardson (2nd) RB Bobby Williams (2nd) DB Vernon Moore (2nd)

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football All-Conference Players 1964 WR Billy Jones (1st) OL Carl Smith (1st) DL Willie Swan (1st) DB Mickey Hoy (1st) 1963 WR Billy Jones (1st) OL Clyde Frolich (1st) LB Val Reneau (1st) LB Jack Kreider (1st) DB Mickey Hoy (1st) DL Ollie Cromwell (2nd)

History

1962 WR Billy Jones (1st) OL Tim Haws (1st) RB R.L. Briggs (1st) QB Mike Rollins (1st) RB George Hughley (1st) DE Ed Nowlin (1st) DL Jack Schammahorn (1st) DB Val Reneau (1st) DB Gilbert Gonzales (1st) 1961 OL Ken Leach (1st) DL Bob Sams (1st) DE Ed Nowlin (1st) DL Fred Trenary (1st) DL Joe Straw (1st) DB Gilbert Gonzales (1st) 1960 RB Raymond Hayes (1st) OL Jerry Perry (1st) DL Bob Sams (1st) LB Barry Mashburn (1st) 1959 RB Raymond Hayes (1st) OL Jerry Perry (1st) RB John Arnold (1st) DT Bob Sams (1st) DE J.W. Lockett (1st) 1958 OL John Smart (1st) DE J.W. Lockett (1st) RB Lloyd Rumbaugh (2nd) 1957 WR Jack Bond (2nd) OL Harvey Hurtt (2nd) DL Larry Adair (2nd) 1956 DL Larry Smith (1st) DL Larry Adair (1st) WR Tom Pearson (1st) RB Dale Duggins (2nd) 1955 WR Jack Bond (1st) OL Bob Vance (1st) OL Harold Cook (2nd) RB Leroy Henderson (2nd) DL Larry Adair (2nd) RB Gerald Cheek (2nd) 1954 WR Bill Weber (1st) OL Kenneth Lindsey (1st) OL Bill Sirkel (1st)

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RB OL QB RB

Bruce Shaw (1st) Larry Smith (2nd) Buddy Foreman (2nd) Charles Murdock (2nd)

1953 RB Gene Gower (1st) OL Martin Moore (1st) OL Kenneth Lindsey (1st) WR Don Burget (1st)

OL Dick LeFavor (1st)

RB Bus Blackburn (1st) OL Bill Giles (1st) E W.C. Barnard (1st)

1946 RB John Dunaway (1st) RB Duard Givens (1st) OL Dick LeFavor (1st) OL Oscar Raglin (1st) OL Kenneth Brady (1st)

1952 OL Jackie Brooks (1st) OL Kenneth Lindsey (1st) RB Lonnie Gilliland (1st)

1942 QB Bob Van Antwerp (1st) RB Cranford French (1st) OL Kenneth Brady (1st) OL Murl Venard (1st) E Red Springer (1st)

1951 RB Lonnie Gilliland (1st) WR Don Burget (1st)

1941 QB Dorman Landtroop (1st) RB Ewel Jones (1st)

1950 RB Leroy Henderson (1st) RB George Burget (1st) OL Mel Rosenblum (1st) OL Leroy Marshall (1st)

1940 RB Jay Thompson (1st)

1949 RB George Burget (1st) WR Warren Carmichael (1st) QB Tommy Steigleder (1st) OL Mel Rosenblum (1st) 1948 RB Gene Dees (1st) WR Warren Carmichael (1st) 1947 RB Gene Dees (1st)

1937 QB Jim Sanders (1st)

Four-Time All-Conference Players Years 1973-74-75-76 1974-75-76-77 1977-78-79-80 2003-04-05-06

Three-Time All-Conference Players Name Jay Thompson Kenneth Lindsey Larry Adair Bob Sams Billy Jones Carl Smith Don Freeman Jim Stone Garry Smith Ross Dodson Clifford Chatman Willie Henderson Daric Zeno Ed Desherow Ron Whiteley Pinkey Hurley Ira Richards Flo Gonzalez Johnny Luter Claude Davis John Fitzgerald Greg Briley B.J. Bender Jermelle Cudjo

1935 QB Jim Haught (1st) OL Ernest Miller (1st) OL Bill Tillman (1st) DB Jim Sanders (1st) 1934 OL Emil Schellstede (1st) OL Lawrence DeVore (1st) E W.C. Barnard (1st) 1932 RB Bill Wallace (1st) RB Terry Thompson (1st) OL Dale Hamilton (1st) OL Lawrence DeVore (1st) E Harold Piper (1st)

1939 RB Jay Thompson (1st) OL Edison Taylor (1st) OL James Copenhauer (1st) E Otis Delaporte (1st) E C.B. Speegle (1st) 1938 QB Jim Tyner (1st) RB Jay Thompson (1st) OL Sonny Boyett (1st) E Otis Delaporte (1st)

Name Dale Alexander John Adams Steve Tate Alex Aguilar

1936 QB Tip Jacobson (1st) RB Bus Blackburn (1st) OL Jack Atkins (1st) OL Bill Giles (1st) E W.C. Barnard (1st)

Years 1938-39-40 1952-53-54 1955-56-57 1959-60-61 1962-63-64 1964-65-66 1966-67-68 1974-75-76 1976-77-78 1977-78-79 1978-79-80 1980-82-83 1981-82-83 1982-83-84 1982-83-84 1988-89-90 1991-92-93 1992-93-94 1995-96-98 1998-99-00 1998-99-00 1999-00-01 2001-02-03 2007-08-09

1931 QB Bill Wallace (1st) RB Terry Thompson (1st) OL John Doerner (1st) E Ben Cleveland (1st) 1930 OL Jess Thompson (1st) OL Otto Frazier (1st) OL Walter Holt (1st)

Team 2-1-1-1 2-2-1-2 1-1-1-2 2-1-1-1 Team 1-1-1 1-1-1 2-1-2 1-1-1 1-1-1 1-1-1 2-1-1 2-1-1 2-1-1 2-1-1 1-2-1 2-1-1 1-1-1 2-1-1 2-2-1 1-1-1 1-1-1 2-1-2 2-1-1 1-1-1 1-1-1 1-2-2 1-2-2 1-1-2

1929 RB Willard Compton (1st) RB Diamond Roach (1st) OL Otto Frazier (1st) OL Albert Young (1st) 1927 RB Diamond Roach (1st) OL Jap Wood (1st) 1926 RB Kenneth Cramer (1st) E Jap Wood (1st) 1925 QB Leslie Van Noy (1st) RB Harry Kent (1st) 1923 RB Ernest Miller (1st) OL Frank Fish (1st) E Walter Myers (1st) 1922 RB John Williamson (1st) OL Hugh Forsythe (1st) 1921 OL Everette McAnich (1st) E Hugh Braymer (1st) QB Clyde Herndon (1st) RB John Williamson (1st)

Central Oklahoma


2012 Central Oklahoma Football UCO All-Americans Seventy-four Central Oklahoma players have been named All-American a combined 113 times in the school’s 106-year football history. The Bronchos have had players named to seven different All-America teams over the years. Four players -- Clifford Chatman, John Fitzgerald, Mark Monroe and Steve Tate -- earned All-America honors three times and there have been 16 two-time All-Americans. A look at UCO’s All-Americans:

American Football Coaches Player/Position Will Clewis/LB Johnnie Jones/DB Johnny Luter/LB Dustin McNeal/OL Garry Smith/TE

Team 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st

AP Little All-American Team 3rd 2nd 3rd 1st 3rd 3rd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 1st HM HM HM HM HM HM

Year 2001 2000 2000 1999 1999 1999 1998 1998 1998 1997 1997 1994 1994 1984 1982 1982 1982 1979 1979

John Fitzgerald

D2football.com Player/Position Will Clewis/LB Dee Dee Carter/WR Claude Davis/DL John Fitzgerald/OL

Daktronics, Inc. Player/Position Joshua Birmingham/RB Giorgio Durham/DB Will Clewis/LB Will Clewis/LB Zach Edwards/WR A.J. Haglund/PK Dee Dee Carter/WR Johnnie Jones/DB Claude Davis/DL John Fitzgerald/OL John Fitzgerald/OL Johnnie Jones/DB Johnny Luter/LB Aaron Chester/OL Chris McKenzie/OL Dustin McNeal/OL

Team HM 2nd 1st 1st

Year 2007 2001 2000 2000

Team 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 1st 2nd

Year 2010 2009 2007 2006 2004 2004 2001 1999 1999 1999 1998 1998 1998 1998 1997 1997

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Johnny Luter/LB Joe Aska/RB Elton Rhoades/DB Eric Brinkley/LB

Football Gazette Player/Position Giorgio Durham/DB Will Clewis/LB Will Clewis/LB Alex Aguilar/RB Zach Edwards/WR Danny Nephew/DE Dee Dee Carter/WR Claude Davis/DL John Fitzgerald/OL Johnnie Jones/DB Claude Davis/DL John Fitzgerald/OL Brandon Carder/DB Reggie Donner/RB John Fitzgerald/OL Johnny Luter/LB Johnnie Jones/DB Aaron Chester/OL Jason Rempe/DL Dustin McNeal/OL Chris McKenzie/OL Chad Gruver/DE Johnny Luter/LB Jubarko Gaines/RB Chance Nelson/OL Joe Aska/RB Elton Rhoades/DB Eric Brinkley/LB Tyrone Jones/RB Ira Richards/DT Mart Leming/DB Keith Traylor/LB Dean Shinault/DE

NAIA

Player/Position Mark Monroe/PK John Sterling/RB Herb Allison/DE Eddie Goodlow/RB Scott Leggett/OL Mark Monroe/PK Charles Bell/DL Ed Desherow/LB Eddie Goodlow/RB Randy Preston/DB Mike Tasby/LB Ron Whiteley/OL Ed Desherow/LB Randy Page/QB Daric Zeno/WR Rod Davis/OL Joe Hayes/RB Willie Henderson/WR John Preston/DB Daric Zeno/WR Randy Page/QB Rod Davis/OL

2nd 1st 1st 3rd

1996 1994 1994 1994

Team 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 3rd 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd 1st 3rd 2nd 1st 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 2nd 2nd 2nd

Year 2009 2007 2006 2006 2004 2002 2001 2000 2000 1999 1999 1999 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1997 1997 1997 1996 1996 1995 1994 1994 1994 1993 1992 1990 1990 1988

Team HM HM 2nd 2nd 2nd HM 2nd 2nd HM HM HM HM 1st 1st 1st 2nd HM HM HM 1st 2nd HM

Year 1986 1986 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1982 1982 1982

Ron Mackey/DL Steve McKeaver/RB John Preston/DB Clifford Chatman/RB Scott Burger/QB Kirk Condry/OL Steve Tate/RB Terry Jones/DL Steve Tate/RB Clifford Chatman/RB Chet Mongold/OL Steve Tate/RB Steve Leemhuis/OL Dale Alexander/DL Steve Leemhuis/OL

HM HM HM HM 2nd 2nd 2nd HM 2nd HM HM 2nd 1st 1st HM

1982 1982 1982 1980 1979 1979 1979 1979 1978 1978 1978 1977 1976 1975 1975

Charles Bell Kevin Smith/OL Jim Stone/LB James Hooks/RB Mike Jones/QB Houston Hayes/OL James Hooks/RB Royce Howard/ DB Ed Irby/OL Jack Ross/LB Ashley Rutherford/DT Keni Ray/DB Charles Dunlap/WR Jack O’Donnell/DT Don Eldridge/DE Richard Dixon/DE Jack O’Donnell/DT Don Freeman/OL Carl Smith/LB Vernon Moore/RB Bob Kaser/TE Richard Ball/QB Jerome Bell/TE Billy Jones/WR R.L. Briggs/RB Billy Jones/WR Ed Nowlin/DE Bob Sams/OL Raymond Hayes/RB J.W. Lockett/TE John Perry/OL John Smart/OL J.W. Lockett/TE Tom Pearson/WR Harold Cook/OL Kenneth Lindsey/OL Bill Sirkel/OL

NCAA

Player/Position Bill Giles/OL Bill Giles/OL

HM HM 2nd HM HM HM HM HM HM HM 2nd HM HM 1st HM HM HM 1st HM HM HM 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 3rd HM HM 2nd 1st 1st 1st

1975 1975 1972 1972 1971 1971 1971 1971 1971 1971 1970 1970 1970 1969 1969 1969 1967 1966 1966 1966 1966 1965 1964 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1959 1958 1958 1956 1955 1954 1954

Team 1st 1st

Year 1936 1937

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Player/Position Dee Dee Carter/WR Claude Davis/DL John Fitzgerald/OL Johnnie Jones/DB Claude Davis/DL John Fitzgerald/OL Johnny Luter/LB Aaron Chester/OL Johnnie Jones/DB Dustin McNeal/OL Chris McKenzie/OL Joe Aska/RB Elton Rhoades/DB Mark Monroe/PK Randy Page/QB John Preston/DB Daric Zeno/WR Clifford Chatman/RB Terry Jones/DT

Year 2007 1999 1998 1997 1978


2012 Central Oklahoma Football UCO and the National Football League UCO Players In the NFL Draft Pos. Team Round RB Pittsburgh 16th RB Minnesota 12th T San Francisco 15th G San Francisco 20th FB Washington 10th DB St. Louis 11th HB Buffalo 14th G Green Bay 16th RB Detroit 4th RB Detroit 10th DE Tampa Bay 11th RB New York 4th RB Philadelphia 7th RB Cincinnati 11th DB New England 9th LB Denver 3rd TE Phoenix 7th RB Oakland 3rd

History

Year Player 1956 Lionel Reed 1961 Raymond Hayes Bob Sams Jerry Perry 1965 R.L. Briggs 1966 Bobby Williams 1967 Vernon Moore 1971 Jack O’Donnel 1973 James Hooks 1974 David Wooley 1980 Terry Jones 1981 Clifford Chatman 1984 Joe Hayes Steve McKeaver 1988 Neil Galbraith 1991 Keith Traylor 1992 Derek Ware 1994 Joe Aska

UCO Players In the NFL Player Pos. Team K.C. Asiodu LB Kansas City Chiefs LB New Orleans Saints Joe Aska RB Oakland Raiders Charles Barnard E New York Giants R.L. Briggs RB Washington Redskins Wilbur Capps B New York Giants Clifford Chatman RB New York Giants Raymond Clemons G Detroit Lions Jermelle Cudjo DT St. Louis Rams Joe Hayes WR Philadelphia Eagles Raymond Hayes RB Minnesota Vikings James Hooks RB Detroit Lions George Hughley FB Washington Redskins Herb Kane T New York Giants Scott Leggett OG Philadelphia Eagles J.W. Lockett RB San Francisco 49ers RB Dallas Texans RB Washington Redskins Alvin Ross FB Philadelphia Eagles John Sterling RB Green Bay Packers Keith Traylor LB Denver Broncos DT Green Bay Packers DT Kansas City Chiefs DT Denver Broncos DT Chicago Bears DT New England Patriots DT Miami Dolphins Derek Ware TE Phoenix Cardinals TE Cincinnati Bengals TE Dallas Cowboys Bobby Williams DB St. Louis Cardinals Detroit Lions

Year(s) 2009 2010 1995-97 1938 1965 1929 1982 1939 2010 1984 1961 1973-76 1965 1944-45 1987 1961 1961-62 1964 1987 1987 1991-92 1993 1994-96 1997-00 2001-03 2004 2005-07 1992-94 1994-95 1996 1966-67 1968-71

Former UCO great Keith Traylor played on three Super Bowl championship teams during a lengthy NFL career that ended in 2007.

Jermelle Cudjo was a four-year standout on the defensive line for the Bronchos from 2006-09 before signing as a free agent and playing the 2010 season with the St. Louis Rams. He missed last year to injury, but re-signed with the Rams for the 2012 season.

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Playoff History Central Oklahoma has qualified for the national playoffs 10 times in its history, winning two championships. UCO made it to the NAIA playoffs six times, capped by championship seasons in 1962 and 1982, and has made four NCAA Division II playoff appearances. The Bronchos are 10-8 in the playoffs -- 11-7 with a forfeit -- and 5-1 at home. Central made its first playoff appearance in 1962, winning two games to capture the university’s first-ever national title. The Bronchos qualified again in 1972, ’79, ’82, ’83 and ’85, finishing runner-up in 1979 and winning their second national title in 1982. UCO first qualified for the Division II playoffs in 1996, then made back-to-back showings in 1998-99 before going back in 2003. A brief look at UCO’s playoff appearances:

1962 NAIA Playoffs First Round

UCO Emporia First Downs 17 12 Yards Rushing 324 50 Yards Passing 33 113 Passes Comp.-Att. 4-10 15-29 Int.-Yards 3-43 0-0 Punts-Avg. 5-34.0 5-37.0 Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 Yards Penalized 85 23

Championship Game

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Central Oklahoma wrapped up a perfect 11-0 season and secured its first NAIA national championship by rallying past Lenoir Rhyne (N.C.) 28-13. The top-ranked Bronchos of head coach Al Blevins fell behind 6-0 in the first quarter, but came back to take a 14-6 halftime lead. No. 3 Lenoir Rhyne made it

Game in Figures

UCO UNK First Downs 18 15 Yards Rushing 347 134 Yards Passing 48 273 Passes Comp.-Att. 5-8 14-31 Int.-Yards 2-32 1-27 Punts-Avg. 5-38.8 6-28.3 Fumbles-Lost 4-3 2-1 Penalties-Yards 9-79 6-57

Semifinals

EDMOND -- Quarterback Scott Burger ran for First Downs 12 20 three touchdowns and passed for another as Central Yards Rushing 143 292 Oklahoma coasted to a 28-6 win over Presbyterian Yards Passing 158 55 College at Wantland Stadium and advanced to the Passes Comp.-Att. 8-18 7-19 NAIA championship game for the second time. Int.-Yards 4-30 1-4 The Bronchos took advantage of five Presbyterian Punts-Avg. 4-42.0 3-33.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 0-0 turnovers in winning easily. Penalties-Yards 6-63 6-69 Burger got UCO on the board late in the first quarter, scoring on a short quarterback sneak and adding the extra point and he made it 14-0 in the 1972 NAIA Playoffs second period with a five-yard run and another PAT. First Round The Bronchos went ahead 20-0 in the final minute COMMERCE, Texas -- In its first playoff appearof the first half on a 32-yard TD pass from Burger to ance since the 1962 championship season, Central Ben Young, and UCO wrapped up its finals berth in Oklahoma was no match for powerful Texas A&Mthe third quarter on Burgers’ five-yard option keeper Commerce as the Lions held the Bronchos to 160 yards and Clifford Chatman’s two-point conversion run. total offense and rolled to a 54-0 semifinal victory. Game in Figures TAMU-C ran for 399 yards and passed for 124 in UCO PC routing UCO. The Lions led 7-0 after one period and First Downs 12 16 Yards Rushing 231 57 21-0 at halftime before really making it a rout with a Yards Passing 87 152 33-point second-half explosion. UCO completed only Passes Comp.-Att. 3-10 17-36 one of eight passing attempts for 16 yards in the game Int.-Yards 1-21 1-11 in finishing the season 9-2. Punts-Avg. 7-35.9 7-33.6

1979 NAIA Playoffs First Round

KEARNEY, Neb. -- Clifford Chatman scored three touchdowns and Steve Tate two as Central Oklahoma scored 28 unanswered points en route to downing Nebraska-Kearney, 42-22, in the first round. Tate had a 12-yard scoring run and Chatman a oneyard TD plunge while Kearney had two long-distance scoring plays as the two were deadlocked at 14-all early in the second period. Chatman, who rushed for 174 yards on 21 carries, broke the tie with a 67-yard scoring dash that gave UCO a 20-14 halftime lead. UCO moved ahead 28-14 in the third period on Chatman’s one-yard plunge, with Tate’s two-yard TD midway through the fourth quarter making it 35-14. The Bronchos completed their scoring moments later when Sylvester Moore scored on a 24-yard run with a lateral after an interception.

Fumbles-Lost 3-1 Penalties-Yards 13-121

7-4 1-15

Championship Game McALLEN, Texas -- Perennial power Texas A&M-Kingsville denied Central Oklahoma its second NAIA national championship, prevailing in a wild 20-14 contest that went to the wire. The Bronchos finished with 459 yards, but lost two fumbles and threw five interceptions, one of which was returned for what proved to be the winning score. The Javelinas racked up 451 yards total offense and lost six fumbles. UCO took a 7-0 lead in the first quarter on a five-yard run by Clifford Chatman, but TAMUK went ahead 12-7 by halftime with a pair of secondquarter scores. The Javelinas went ahead 20-7 in the third quarter with a 100-yard interception return and a two-point conversion pass. UCO got within 20-14 with 4:14

1962 NAIA National Champions

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Top-ranked Central Oklahoma had no problem in its first-ever playoff contest, advancing to the NAIA national championship game with a 20-0 rout of College of Emporia (Kan.) in a battle of unbeatens at Taft Stadium. The Bronchos limited the Hornets to 163 yards total offense while rolling up 324 yards rushing, topped by R.L. Briggs’ 23-carry, 151-yard performance. Jim Davis put UCO on top early in the second period when he recovered a fumble in the end zone and the Bronchos went ahead 13-0 later in the quarter on a oneyard TD run by Briggs and Jack Kieder’s extra point. It stayed that way until midway through the fourth quarter when Briggs scored from two yards out for a 20-0 lead that wrapped up the win. Game in Figures

a 14-13 game early in the third quarter, but UCO took over down the stretch. R.L. Briggs’ two-yard TD run gave the Bronchos a 7-6 lead early in the second quarter and a 57-yard scoring dash by George Hughley upped UCO’s advantage to 14-6 by intermission. Lenoir made it 14-13, but Rollins hit Jones with a 28yard scoring toss late in the period to give the Bronchos a 21-13 lead. UCO clinched the victory on a 62-yard Rollins-to-Jones TD pass late in the game. Game in Figures UCO Lenoir


2012 Central Oklahoma Football Playoff History left when Scott Burger hit Bennie West for a 72yard scoring pass, but TAMUK held on for the win. Game in Figures UCO TAMUK First Downs 18 32 Yards Rushing 313 359 Yards Passing 146 92 Passes Comp.-Att. 5-15 5-9 Int.-Yards 0-0 5-103 Punts-Avg. 1-34.0 4-31.3 Fumbles-Lost 4-2 7-6 Penalties-Yards 3-13 7-71

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1982 NAIA Playoffs First Round

PUEBLO, Colo. -- Colorado State-Pueblo was simply no match for Central Oklahoma in the first round of the 1982 NAIA playoffs as the fifth-ranked Bronchos scored in two plays to open the game and went on to blitz the third-rated Indians, 61-20. UCO, which barely qualified for the playoffs after recovering from a 3-2 start, piled up 411 yards total offense in the first half in taking a 40-7 lead and were never in trouble. The Bronchos scored in two plays to open the game, with quarterback Randy Page hitting Willie Henderson with a 35-yard scoring pass. Page later scored on a one-yard sneak and hit Henderson with a 31-yard TD pass later in the quarter as UCO opened up a 20-0 lead. Steve McKeaver tallied on a 45-yard run and Page tossed a 32-yard pass to Henderson for his third TD reception of the half en route to 40-7 halftime lead. Game in Figures UCO CSU-P First Downs 22 19 Yards Rushing 282 135 Yards Passing 266 273 Passes Comp.-Att. 12-26 12-43 Int.-Yards 2-181 3-30 Punts-Avg. 2-41.0 8-41.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 3-1 Penalties-Yards 14-137 10-99

Semifinals

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. -- Central Oklahoma moved into its third NAIA title game, overcame a 10-0 deficit and six turnovers to subdue unbeaten Northeastern State, 28-17, in freezing weather.

The Bronchos rallied with three second-quarter touchdowns to take a 21-10 halftime lead. Quarterback Randy Page hit Daric Zeno with a 49-yard bomb to get UCO within 10-7, and the Bronchos took a 14-10 lead on Randy Jones’ two-yard run. UCO, which fell to NSU 42-26 early in the season, made it 21-10 with just over a minute remaining in the half as Page hit Bob Campo from 14 yards out . NSU cut its deficit to 21-17 late in the third quarter, but Zeno’s 55-yard punt return to the two-yard-line early in the final period set up a one-yard Page-to-Willie Henderson TD pass and clinched the win. Game in Figures UCO  NSU  First Downs 13 18 Yards Rushing 52 131 Yards Passing 243 138 Passes Comp.-Att. 12-21 12-28 Int.-Yards 4-7 1-0 Punts-Avg. 5-33.6 6-37.3 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 4-3 Penalties-Yards 11-88 3-20

Championship Game

EDMOND -- Central Oklahoma had probably its worst offensive game of the season, but came through in the clutch when they needed to in trimming previously unbeaten Mesa State, 14-11, at Wantland Stadium to capture its second NAIA national championship. UCO, which finished 10-2 with seven straight wins, netted only 165 yards total offense against the Mavericks but came up with a couple of crucial fourth-quarter interceptions to help secure the win. The Bronchos took a 7-3 halftime lead on a 28-yard touchdown pass from Randy Page to Daric Zeno, but Mesa took a 9-7 lead in the third quarter and made it 11-7 in the fourth when Page was sacked for a safety. Randy Preston’s interception and 37-yard return to MSC’s 13-yard-line set up UCO’s winning score, a one-yard run by Page midway through the fourth quarter. Game in Figures UCO Mesa First Downs 12 16 Yards Rushing (-26) 212 Yards Passing 191 15 Passes Comp.-Att. 11-29 2-12 Int.-Yards 2-48 1-18 Punts-Avg. 6-38.8 5-29.0 Fumbles-Lost 1-0 2-1 Penalties-Yards 7-35 7-40

1983 NAIA Playoffs First Round

EDMOND -- Central Oklahoma’s hopes of a second straight NAIA national title were dashed in the first round of the 1983 playoffs as Saginaw Valley rallied from a 13-0 fourth-quarter deficit to upset the Bronchos, 14-13, at Wantland Stadium. UCO, which finished 8-1-1 and had a 16-game nonlosing streak ended, was on top 13-0 heading into the final 15 minutes, thanks to a four-yard touchdown run by Randy Page in the second quarter and a one-yard Bruce Vann TD burst in the third period. But the Cardinals, with a stiff wind at their backs, drew within 13-7 early in the fourth quarter, then scored on a trick play -- a 48-yard pass-lateral -- to take the lead with just 1:28 left in the game. UCO didn’t give up, however, as Page completed passes for 36 yards to Daric Zeno and 20 yards to Willie Henderson in moving the Bronchos to Saginaw’s 31-yard-line before he was intercepted with 26 seconds left. Game in Figures UCO SV First Downs 10 18 Yards Rushing 86 147 Yards Passing 204 192 Passes Comp.-Att. 10-24 14-35 Int.-Yards 1-14 3-29 Punts-Avg. 11-38.1 11-39.0 Fumbles-Lost 6-1 3-1 Penalties-Yards 2-20 10-93

1985 NAIA Playoffs First Round

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. -- Central Oklahoma’s sixth and final trip to the NAIA playoffs ended in frustration as Henderson State kicked a 42-yard field goal with 1:42 remaining to topple the top-ranked Bronchos, 18-15, in the first round. UCO totaled 379 yards total offense but 11 penalties and two lost fumbles helped stymie the Bronchos. UCO took a 7-0 first-quarter lead on a 16-yard TD pass from Glynn Walker to Clifford Burney. Henderson then scored the next 15 points on two touchdowns and a field goal to grab a 15-7 lead. The Bronchos tied it 15-all in the third period on Eddie Goodlow’s 53-yard run and a two-point conversion and it stayed that way until HSU’s late kick.

1982 NAIA National Champions

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Playoff History

Game in Figures

UCO HSU First Downs 15 18 Yards Rushing 272 129 Yards Passing 107 157 Passes Comp.-Att. 9-18 7-10 Int.-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punts-Avg. 6-36.2 6-38.8 Fumbles-Lost 4-2 3-1 Penalties-Yards 11-95 5-46

1996 Division II Playoffs First Round

First Downs 20 22 Yards Rushing 92 136 Yards Passing 292 376 Passes Comp-Att. 18-36 21-40 Int.-Yards 2-14 2-52 Punts-Avg. 7-38.9 8-36.1 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 1-0 Penalties-Yards 6-47 15-105

Quarterfinals

DAVIS, Calif. -- California-Davis jumped on the Bronchos from the start, scoring three first-quarter touchdowns en route to a 26-7 quarterfinal victory that ended UCO’s season at 9-3. Davis quarterback Mark Grieb picked the Bronchos defense apart, completing touchdown passes of 49, 14, and 34 yards in the first 13 minutes of the game as the Aggies opened a quick 20-0 lead. UCO’s defense tightened after the three early scores and a four-yard TD run by Jubarko Gaines early in the second quarter got the Bronchos within 20-7. Davis opened the third quarter with a lengthy scoring drive to take a 26-7 lead. Game in Figures UCO UCD First Downs 21 18 Yards Rushing 98 181 Yards Passing 178 249 Passes Comp-Att. 15-40 18-26 Int.-Yards 1-9 1-0 Punts-Avg. 9-32.2 4-40.5 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 2-0 Penalties-Yards 5-37 13-130

1998 Division II Playoffs First Round

EDMOND -- Chadron State missed a 52-yard field goal with less than a minute to play as No. 1-rated Central Oklahoma held on for a thrilling 21-19 victory in the first round of the NCAA Division II playoffs.

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First Downs 15 23 Yards Rushing 122 111 Yards Passing 95 283 Passes Comp.-Att. 8-17 28-48 Int.-Yards 3-81 2-35 Punts-Avg. 3-39.3 4-33.5 Fumbles-Lost 3-2 5-3 Penalties-Yards 4-27 6-53

Quarterfinals

EDMOND -- Lone Star Conference rival Texas A&M-Kingsville avenged an early-season loss to Central Oklahoma with an exciting 24-21 overtime victory in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division II playoffs. The Javelinas had possession first in the overtime and kicked a 37-yard field goal to break a 21-21 tie before getting a big sack in holding UCO scoreless in its offensive try. UCO, which defeated TAMUK 38-9 in the second game of the season, took a 14-0 third-quarter lead on a 63-yard pass from Scott Condict to Todd Barnes and a four-yard Reggie Donner run. The Javelinas stormed back with three straight scores to go on top 21-14, but UCO drew even on Condict’s 39-yard scoring toss to Barnes with 2:24 remaining. The game was later turned into a forfeit victory for the Bronchos. Game in Figures UCO TAMUK First Downs 13 23 Rushes-Yards 65 346 Passing Yards 234 145 Passes Comp.-Att. 9-22 7-19 Int.-Yards 2-42 1-1 Punts-Avg. 10-40.5 5-33.4 Fumbles-Lost 1-1 3-2 Penalties-Yards 8-75 17-138

1999 Division II Playoffs First Round

DAVIS, Calif. -- California-Davis used a key second-half goal-line stand to hand Central Oklahoma a 33-17 setback in the first round of the NCAA Division II playoffs. The Bronchos trailed 26-17 late in the third quarter when it drove to a first-and-goal at the UCD two-yardline, but the Aggies held on four straight downs then drove 99 yards for the clinching score. Quarterback Brett Manning completed 8 of 16 passes for 167 yards, including a 13-yard scoring strike to split end Todd Barnes late in the first half that got UCO within 19-17.

Game in Figures

UCO UCD First Downs 20 25 Yards Rushing 85 203 Yards Passing 167 310 Passes Comp-Att. 8-16 16-24 Int.-Yards 1-24 1-0 Punts-Avg. 4-32.0 2-35.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-1 2-2 Penalties-Yards 3-35 12-105

2003 Division II Playoffs First Round

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. -- Uriah Matthew forced a Mesa State fumble that Jonathan Tate recovered at the Central Oklahoma 15-yard-line with 1:07 remaining as the Bronchos held off Mesa State 20-15 in the first round of the 2003 playoffs. UCO was limited to 242 total yards in the snow and cold but came up with the big play at the end to advance to the quarterfinals The Bronchos were clinging to a 20-15 lead when the Mavericks drove to a fourth-and-two at the UCO 23. MSC quarterback Sean McGraw ran for an apparent first down at the 15, but Matthew knocked the ball loose and Tate recovered to clinch the win. UCO bolted to a 14-0 first-half lead, getting touchdown runs of 11 and 64 yards from Jarrod Manoy. The Mavericks closed to within 14-9 by intermission, then went ahead 15-14 in the third. The Bronchos regained the lead late in that stanza on a nine-yard scoring pass from Erick Johnson to Dee Dee Carter and the defense did the rest. Game in Figures UCO Mesa First Downs 14 24 Yards Rushing 110 327 Yards Passing 132 80 Passes Comp.-Att. 15-25 6-25 Int.-Yards 0-0 0-0 Punts-Avg. 8-43.9 7-37.1 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 4-4 Penalties-Yards 8-88 10-96

Quarterfinals

KINGSVILLE, Texas -- Texas A&M-Kingsville took control early and went on to rout injuryriddled Central Oklahoma 49-6 in the quarterfinals of the 2003 playoffs. The Lone Star Conference champion Javelinas scored on their first three possessions of the game in taking an 18-0 first-quarter lead and went ahead 32-0 by halftime as the Bronchos threw three interceptions. TAMUK, which won its 11th straight game in moving into the semifinals, eventually built its lead to 49-0 before UCO avoided the shutout on a one-yard Erick Johnson touchdown run midway through the fourth quarter. The Bronchos finished the year 9-3. Game in Figures UCO TAMUK First Downs 12 22 Yards Rushing 94 232 Yards Passing 106 208 Passes Comp.-Att. 10-29 12-19 Int.-Yards 0-0 4-26 Punts-Avg. 6-45.5 3-40.0 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 1-0 Penalties-Yards 9-85 6-80

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EDMOND -- Central Oklahoma celebrated its first playoff appearance since 1985 -- and its first-ever in NCAA Division II -- with one of the most dramatic wins in school history, pulling out a last-minute 23-21 victory over Chadron State. Alton Lusk scored on a 38-yard pass from quarterback Stanley Pena on a third-and-10 play with only 1:11 remaining to give the Bronchos the lead. The touchdown pass was tipped by two Chadron State defenders before it eventually ended up in the hands of Lusk, who sped the final 20 yards untouched for his only TD reception of the season. CSC nearly came back, completing a pass to the UCO five-yard line on the final play of the game. Tailback Jubarko Gaines scored UCO’s first two touchdowns. Game in Figures UCO CSC

The unbeaten Bronchos, who won their schoolrecord 12th game of the season, used turnovers to take a 14-6 halftime lead. Strong safety Brandon Carder scored on a 47-yard interception return to give UCO a 7-6 lead and a Brad Shea fumble recovery at the CSC 20-yard line led to a 16-yard Reggie Donner touchdown run. The Bronchos led 21-12 after Donner’s seven-yard TD scamper early in the fourth period, but Chadron State scored with 2:33 remaining to make it 21-19 and then recovered the onside kick. The Eagles moved to the UCO 35 before missing the long field goal try with 52 seconds left. Game in Figures UCO CSC


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Tarik Abdullah, 2000-01-02 Larry Adair, 1955-56-58 Dennis Adams, 1965-66-67 John Adams, 1974-75-76-77 Tommy Adams, 1963-64 Alex Aguilar, 2003-04-05-06 Ancel Airington, 1969-70-71 Glen Alan, 1927 Craig Albracht, 1989-90 Crome Alexander, 1973-74-75-76 Dale Alexander, 1972-73-74-75 Wallace Alexander, 1958-59 Darrel Alfred, 1976-77 Delbert Allen, 2003 Lyndon Allen, 1968 Richard Allen, 1977 Justin Allgood, 2004-05 Herb Allison, 1982-83-84-85 Dana Amaya, 1972-73-74-75 Ryan Ambrose, 1997-98-99-00 Derek Amyx, 2002 Anthony Anderson, 2009-10-11 Bill Anderson, 1941 Jim “Andy” Anderson, 1958-59-60 Mike Anderson, 1974-75-76 Verne Anderson, 1948 Al Andrews, 1949-51-52 Robert Angerman, 1917 Jim Anquoe, 1960 Rowdy Anthony, 1991 Barry Antwine, 1996-97-98-99 Earl Applebee, 1941-46-47 Merle Applebee, 1947 Aaron Applegate, 2009 Barry Armstrong, 1990-91-92 Matt Armstrong, 1978 John Arnold, 1959-60 Leonard Arnold, 1966-67 K.C. Asiodu, 2008 Joe Aska, 1993-94 Jack Atkins, 1933-34 Jeremy Atkins, 2009-10 Benny Aubrey, 1976 Brad Avant, 1965-66-67-68 Landon Awbrey, 1999 Joe Aycock, 1960

B-B-B-B-B

Bob Baccarini, 1947-48-49 Irving Baccus, 2001-02-03 Ben Bailey, 1968-69-70

Bobby Brooks Dale Bailey, 1954 Guy Bailey, 1923-24 Jim Bailey, 1968 Charles Baker, 1948 Tyrone Baker, 1994-95 Lester Baldwin, 1981-82-83-84 Lloyd Ball, 1970-71 Richard Ball, 1966 Earnest Ballard, 1934-35 Drake Ballew, 2010-11 Dwain Banks, 1981-82-83 Jimmy Banks, 1983-84-85 Todd Barnes, 1998-99 W.C. “Hap” Barnard, 1934-36-37

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J. Calvin Barnett, 1917 Terrance Barnett, 2006 Mark Barre, 1985 Marion Bartlett, 1934-35 Elvin Barton, 1921-22-23 Dean Bass, 1963 Bud Bates, 1941 Terry Battle, 2010-11 Everette Baumgartner, 1924-25 Ben Beames, 1942 Syd Beames, 1948-49 Tom Bean, 1952-53-54-55 Wayne Bean, 1948 Tanner Beckner, 2004 Charles Bell, 1983-84-85 Chase Bell, 2004-05 Jerome Bell, 1964-65 Terrence Bell, 1998 Loney Bellows, 1978 B.J. Bender, 2000-01-02-03 Mike Bennett, 1987-88-89 Roy Berger Pete Bernell, 1930-31 William Bernell, 1931 David Berry, 2006-07 Mike Berry, 1983 John Berryhill, 1934-35 Lyle Berryhill, 1946-47 Brant Bertrand, 1992-93 Derrick Best, 1997 Curtis W. Betts, 1925 Deryck Beveridge, 2011 Shane Biles, 1987 Josh Billings, 2001-02 Monet Bilton, 1990-92-93 Ben Birmingham, 2007-09 Joshua Birmingham, 2010-11 Jeff Bishop, 1984-85-86-87 Bus Blackburn, 1934-36-37 Floyd Blackburn, 1923 Isaiah Blackshear, 2009-10-11 James Bledsoe, 1978 George Blevins, 1960-61 Loyd Boatright, 1919 Nick Bobeck, 1999-00-01-02 Dale Boles, 1941 Jack Bond, 1955-58 Brian Booker, 2009-10 Dusty Borror, 2001-02-03 Wallace Borum, 1922-23-24 Lee Bourne, 1920 John Bowden, 1958 Tray Bowie, 2007-08-09 Jim Bowker, 1958 Chris Boxell, 1972-73-74-75 Harry Boyd, 1965-66 Toby Boydstun, 1984-85 Jerrod Bradford, 2004-05 Willie Bradley, 2006 Gus Bradshaw, 1990 Kenneth Brady, 1942-46 Charlie Branch, 2003-04 Ed Branch, 1981-82 Jeremy Brantley, 2004-05 Chris Braxton, 1988-89-90 Glen Braxton, 1988-89-91 Hugh Braymer, 1919-21-24 Jon Brazeal, 1997-98-99-00 Sherdeill Breathett, 2008 Marcus Brent, 1986-87-88 Hooter Brewer, 1952 L.E. Brewer, 1953 Jake Bridges, 2006-07 R.L. Briggs, 1961-62-63-64 Greg Briley, 1998-99-00-01 Eric Brinkley, 1991-92-93-94 Gordon Bristow, 1920 Devin Britt, 2002 Tommy Britt, 1989 Bobby Brooks, 2003-04-05-06

Connie Brooks, 1958-59 Dennis Brooks, 1976-77 James Brooks, 1969-70-71 Julian Brooks, 1930-31-33 Benny Brown, 1962 Bill Brown, 1941 Doug Brown, 1987-88-89-90 Dudley Brown, 1940-41-46 Eugene Brown, 1927 Jerry Brown, 1962 Keith Brown, 1990-91-92-93 Harold Brown, 2001 Marion Brown, 1986 Victor Brown, 1960 Aaron Bruner, 1981-82-83-85 James Bruno, 1941-46 Tony Bryan, 1988-89

Tony Bryson Terry Bryant, 1967-68-69 Tony Bryson, 1992-93-94-95 Richard Buck, 1955 Louis Bullette, 1931 Victor Bunch, 1921-22 Corbin Burchett, 2009-10 Tim Burchett, 1978 Zane Burgess, 1987-88-89-90 Carl Burget, 1946 Scott Burger, 1979-80 Don Burget, 1951-52-53 George Burget, 1948-49 Clifford Burney, 1982-83-84-85 Brad Burke, 1994 Buck Butcher, 1942 Mike Butler, 1969 Roland Butler, 1958-59 Colton Byford, 2010-11 Anthony Byrd, 2002-03-04-05 Clifford Byrd, 1917-19 Herbert Byrd, 2008-09-10

C-C-C-C-C

Todd Cadwallader, 1985 Jimmie Cain, 1937 Keith Cain, 1977 Floyd Caldwell, 1933-34-35 James Caldwell, 1988-89 Steve Caldwell, 2011 James Callahan, 1929 Derek Camacho, 2002-03 John Campbell, 1923 Sam Campbell, 1975-76 Bob Campo, 1979-80-81-82 Derwin Cantley, 1982 Paul Carcy, 1946 Brandon Carder, 1995-96-97-98 Benny Carlisle, 1940-41 W.C. Carmichael, 1947-48-49 Cham Carpenter, 1982-83 Adam Carter, 2004 Craig Carter, 1977-78 David Carter, 1985 Dee Dee Carter, 2000-01-02-03 Sid Carter, 1941 Wade Carter, 1967 Tucker Cason, 2008-09-10-11 Don Castleberry, 1933-34 Bob Catham, 1959-60 Bill Cathey, 1956-57-58

Steve Cerney, 1997-98-99 Nick Chalifoux, 2009 Kenny Chamlee, 1988-89-90-91 Jordan Chappell, 1999-00-01-02 Clifford Chatman, 1978-79-80 John Cheatham, 1953 Gerald Cheek, 1955-56 Ronnie Chesser, 1961-62 Aaron Chester, 1995-96-97-98 Troy Chitsey, 1991-92-93-94 Ray Lee Christian, 1960 Stanley Cieslinski, 1940 Mike Ciskowski, 1976-77 Mike Cizek, 1988-89-90-92 Colin Clancy, 2007 Carl Clark, 1917 Jim Clark, 1962-63 Leland Clark, 1962-63 Mark Clark, 1970-71-72 Pete Clark, 1949 Wayne Clark, 1962 Whan Clark, 1986 Kirby Clements, 1973-74-75 Ray “Duke” Clemmons, 1934 Will Clewis, 2006-07 Ben Cleveland, 1929-30-31 Kyle Clopton, 2004-05-06 Dennis Cobb, 1977-78 Howard Cobb, 1966-67 Bill Cofer, 1949 Bryan Coffey, 1981-82 Thomas Colbert, 1960 Chris Cole, 2002 Gary Cole, 1960 Corey Collier, 2001-02-03-04 Egean Collins, 1985-86 Ray Collins, 1986-87-88 Carl Combs, 1941-42 John Compton, 1954 Matt Compton, 2003-04-05-06 Willard Compton, 1926-27-28-29 Scott Condict, 1997-98 Mike Condit, 1993 Bill Condron, 1948-49 Kirk Condry, 1976-77-78 Milburn Conklin, 1917-19 Billy Cook, 1995-96-97 Chris Cook, 1992-93-94-95 Harold Cook, 1952-55 David Cooke, 1952-53-54 Darren Cooley, 1993 David Cooper, 2007-08-09 Fred Cooper, 2001 Ryan Cooper, 2000-01-02-03 David Copeland, 1987 Mashawn Copeland, 2010-11 Rashawn Copeland, 2009-10 James Copenhauer, 1937-40 Jack Corbett, 1954 Michael Cordrum, 1951-52 Kenneth Corley, 1941-42 Devin Corn, 1995-96 Jett Cornett, 1996-97-98-99 Clay Costner, 1952-53 David Cottrell, 1966-67-69 Archie Courtney, 1923-24-25-26 Ray Courtney, 1919-20-21 Mike Cowart, 1983 Balm Cox, 1921-22 Billy Craig, 1960-61 Trey Crain, 2003-04-05 Morgan Cramer, 1999 Kenneth Cramer, 1926-27 Ron Cramer, 1975-76-77-78 Walter Cramer, 1924-25-26-27 Harold Craven, 1925 Bryson Crawford, 2009-10 Chris Crawford, 1996-98-99-00 Roy “Ike” Crews, 1930-33 Ollie Cromwell, 1962-63

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football All-Time Lettermen Ian Cronkhite, 2007 Harold Crosley, 1952-53 Roy Cruce, 1931 Tony Cruse, 1973 Jermelle Cudjo, 2006-07-08-09 Art Cunningham, 1942 Dennis Cunningham, 1971-72-73-74 Milton Curry, 1973-74-75 Randy Cuthbertson, 1996-97

David Dunlap, 1976 Dutch Dunn, 1973-74-75 O’Quinn Dunn, 1946-47 Giorgio Durham, 2008-09

D-D-D-D-D

Claude Davis Justin Durham, 2011 Bill Dutton, 1952-53 Jeff Dutton, 1992 Ronnie Dutton, 1964-65-66 Drew Dvoracek, 2005-06-07-08

E-E-E-E-E

Johnny Eastep, 1971-72-73-74 Cole Eddy, 2010 Chris Edgmon, 1980-81-82-84 Joe Edison, 1946 Mike Edmondson, 1981 Steve Edmondson, 1970-71-72-73 Ralph Edwards, 1947-48 Willie Edwards, 1949-51 Zach Edwards, 2003-04 Peyton Egleston, 2004-05-06 Julis Elder, 1985 Don Eldridge, 1966-67-68-69 Harreld Eldridge, 1951 Wayne Ellenberg, 1984-85 Cody Ellett, 2007-08-09-10 Bert Elliot, 1962 Bill Ellis, 1933-34 Tyler Ellis, 2003-04-05-06 Derek Elmore, 1994-95-96-97 Josh Elmore, 2005 Josh Epperson, 2001-02-03-04 Charles Eppler, 1984 John Estep, 1994-95-96-97 Andy Erwin, 1989-90 Charles Eschleman, 1927-29-30 Marvin Esmond, 1966-67 Andrew Evans, 1929-30-31 Kenny Evans, 1994-95-96-97 Greg Everidge, 2010

F-F-F-F-F

Marion Fagan, 1946-47-49 Cleon Faik, 1955-56-58 Joey Fallon, 2009 Chris Fallwell, 1997 Clint Farlin, 1991-92 Eric Farmen, 1990-91 Brian Fayak, 1985-86-87 Tony Felton, 1984-85 Reynaldo Fennell, 1976-77 Gary Fetterhoff, 1965 Darryl Fields, 1989-90 Trevor Fike, 1987-88-89-90 Dustin Files, 1999-00-01-02 Mike Filson, 1993-94 Chris Finn, 2005 Dustin Finn, 2005-06-07-08 Terry Fisher, 1986-87-88 Aaron Fisher, 2011 Frank Fisk, 1922-23-1926 John Fitzgerald, 1997-98-99-00 Gerry Flannel, 1983 Alger Flood, 1970 Jerry Floyd, 1977-78 Sherman Floyd, 1946-47-48

Broncho Football

G-G-G-G-G

Jubarko Gaines, 1995-96 Ruben Gaines, 2011 Neil Galbraith, 1984-85-86-87 Ryan Gallimore, 2007-08-09 Dana Garcia, 1984 Roman Garcia, 1999 Jerry Gardner, 1998-99-00-01 Ronnie Gardner, 1965 Nick Garitano, 2011 Tom Garrison, 1961 Charles Garten, 1947-48 Matt Gates, 2005-06-07-08 Marlon Gay, 1972-73-74-75 Bill Gaylor, 1953 Ed Gholson, 1971 Javaris Gibbs, 1998-99-00-01 Alex Gibson, 2008 Joe Gibson, 2003 Dominick Gilbert-Phillips, 2008-09-10-11 Bill Giles, 1934 Bert Gilliland, 1976-77-78 Lonnie Gilliland, 1949-51-52 Chris Gillispie, 1993-94-95-96 Pat Gilmore, 1971 Mike Gilstrap, 1968-69 Mike Girval, 1963 Duard Givens, 1942-46-47-48 Eddie Glasgow, 1990 Horace Glazener, 1922-23 Flo Gonzalez, 1991-92-93-94 Gilbert Gonzalez, 1961-62 Ed Good, 1927-28-29-31 Anwar Gooden, 1993-94 Eric Gooden, 2000-01 Eddie Goodlow, 1984-85 Wayne Goodman, 1955, 58 Timothy Goodson, 1983-84 Cornell Gordon, 1989-90-91-92 Robert Gordon, 1986-87-88-89 Trevor Gordon, 2003 Grant Gover, 1934 Gene Gower, 1952-53 Lance Grace, 1998-99 T.J. Graham, 2007 Kent Grant, 1970 Bobby Gray, 1958 Emmitt Grayson, 1996 Paul Green, 1948-49 Robert Green, 1978-79 DeMarr Greer, 1999-00 Landon Greve, 2010-11 Bill Griffin, 1949-50 Lewis Griffin, 1993 Ray Griffin, 1981-82-83 Stanley Griffin, 1970 Tyler Griffin, 1998-99-00 Wade Griffin, 1995-96-97-98 Bob Griggs, 1967

Alvin Grigsby, 1949 Logan Grinstead, 2010 Buddy Groomer, 1942 Brad Grow, 1975 Brock Gruenberg, 2006-07 Chad Gruver, 1994-95-96-97 Ronnie Gulikers, 1995-96-97-98

H-H-H-H-H

Chad Hacker, 1997-98-99-00 Mel Hackett, 1984-85 Everett Hafer, 1919-20 Lee Haff, 1982-83-84-85 A.J. Haglund, 2001-02-03-04 Tervor Hale, 1987-89 Brad Hall, 1977 Darien Hall, 2002 Joe Hall, 2000-01-02-03 Richard Hall, 1975-76 Rusty Hall, 2000-01-02 Shannon Hall, 1995-96-97-98 Stan Hall, 1977 Vince Hall, 2000-2002-03 Willy Hall, 1980-81-82 Bob Hamilton, 1955-58 Chad Hamilton, 2005 Dale Hamilton, 1928-29-31-32 Brian Hamlin, 1987-88-89-90 Terry Hardeman, 2006-07-08-09 Jim Hardy, 1958 Alton Harkey, 1986 Brad Harmon, 2010-11 Ronnie Harmon, 1958-61-62 James Harper, 1993-94-95-96 Don Harris, 1956-58 Don Harris, 1999-00-01

History

Tom Dake, 1972-73-74-75 Jerremy Dale, 1999-00-01-02 Ashton Dandy, 2011 Mike Daniel, 1985 Erick Daniels, 1990-91-92 Steve Daniels, 2011 Lanier Dark, 1934-35 Jimmy Darnell, 1951 Nathaniel Dash, 1989-90 Toby Daugherty, 1982-83-84 Maurice Davenport, 1990-91-92 Bryce Davis, 2008-09-10-11 Claude Davis, 1998-99-00 Dolphin Davis, 2009-10 Don Davis, 1975-76-77-78 Jim Davis, 1962-63 Rod Davis, 1980-81-82-83 Terrance Davis, 2011 Brent Davison, 2001-02-03-04 Craig Dawkins, 1981-82 Rakim Dawkins, 2011 Nigel Dawson, 2006-07 Landon Dean, 2001-02 Leonard Dean, 1930-31-32-33 Bob Deary, 1961-63 Jason Debay, 2002-03 Navarro Deboze, 1960 Gene Dees, 1947-48 Jackie Dees, 1951-52 Marco DeGiusti, 1970 Otis Delaporte, 1937-38-39 Bob Delver, 1949-50 Derek Dennis, 1989-90 Goldie Dennis, 1921-22 Robert Dennis, 1926-27 Shon Denny, 1992 Cornelius Denton, 1960-62 Jim Depel, 1959-60 Ed Desherow, 1982-83-84 Tony Determan, 1967-68-69 Dwight DeVaughn, 2002-03 Lawrence DeVore, 1933-34 Eric Dietz, 2006-07 Lee Diffendaffer, 1921-22-23-24 Randy Dilbeck, 1981-892 Randy Dillman, 1935-36 Brandon Dixon, 2006-08 DeMario Dixon, 2008 Jason Dixon, 2005-06 Richard Dixon, 1966-67-68-69 Ross Dodson, 1976-77-78-79 John Doerner, 1928-29-30-31 Reggie Donner, 1997-98-99 Craig Dorn, 1995-96-97-98 Larry Dotson, 1990 Bill Doublin, 1941 David Douglas,1972 Devoris Dozier, 2010-11 Aaron Dry, 1946 Jim Duckett, 1960 Lee Dudick, 1985 Noel Due, 1948-49 Dale Duggins, 1955-56-59 Ron Dumas, 1974 John Dunaway, 1946-47-48-49 Mike Duncan, 1969-70-71 Brad Dunlap, 1994-95 Charles Dunlap. 1967-68-69-70

Leroy Flynn, 1954-55-56 James Ford, 1978 Buddy Foreman, 1952-53-54 Hugh Forsythe, 1917-19-20-22 Chris Forte, 1985 Larry Foster, 1962 Fernando Franco, 2007-08 Kenneth Franklin, 2006 Lawrence Frary, 1919-20 Craig Frazier, 1973-74-75 Otto Frazier, 1927, 29 Frank Freels, 1937 Don Freeman, 1965-66-67-68 Cranford French, 1940-41-42-46 Don Fritts, 1970 Clyde Frolich, 1961-62-63 Cecil Frost, 1929-30-34 Russy Frye, 1958 Anthony Fullbright, 1987

Freddie Harris Freddie Harris, 2007-08-09 Jeff Harrison, 1990 Leonard Harrison, 1958 Cecil Harry, 1972-73 James Haught, 1933-34-35 Tom Havenstrite, 1961-62 Carl Hawkins, 1974-75-76-77 Don Hawkins, 2009-10 Mike Hawkins, 1974-75 Tim Haws, 1960-61-62 Joe Hayes, 1983 Murrell Hayes, 1970-71 Raymond Hayes, 1958-59-60 Raymond Hayes, 1974-75-76 Bob Hayhurst, 1927-28 Houston Haynes, 1970-71 Jerry Haynes, 1956-58 Sid Haynes, 1949 Jim Heard, 1958-59 Larry Heard, 1965-66-67-68 Shepley Heard, 1999-00-01 Matt Heath, 2006 Kelly Heathington, 1997-98-99-00 Craig Heavener, 1968-69-70-71 Elmer Heck, 1951 Mark Helton, 2000 Evan Helvey, 2001-02 Leonard Henderson, 1968-69-70 LeRoy Henderson, 1949-53-54 Willie Henderson, 1980-81-82-83 Kendall Hendricks, 2006-07-08-09

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All-Time Lettermen Patrick Hendrix, 2001 Maurice Henry, 2009 Clyde Herndon, 1921-22-23 Don Herring, 1960 Clifton Herington, 1923-24 James Hicks, 1956 Willie Hicks, 2004-05 Charles Hightower, 2009 Travis Hildebrand, 1994-95-96 Paul Hilgendorf, 1968-69 Lee High, 1975 Curtis Hill, 1985, 87-88-89 Kyle Hill, 2004 Terrence Hill, 2007-08-09 Thomas Hill, 2011 Robert Hines, 1979-80-81 Scott Hipp, 1996-97 Rick Hoehne, 1977-78 Mike Hogan, 1969-70-71 Ray Hogan, 1936 Howard Hogue, 1933 Jack Hogue, 1931 Rodney Hogue, 1974-75 Mickey Hoy, 1962-63-64 Vic Hilder, 1983-84 Dale Holland, 1967-68-69-70 Lyle Holland, 1919 Tucker Holland, 2009-10-11 Tyler Holland, 2003 Harry Hollister, 1917 John Holmes, 1983-84-85 Gale Holt, 1961 Walter Holt, 1926-27-28-30 Jimmy Homerathe, 1942 Christian Hood, 2011 Ray Hood, 1959-60-61 James Hooks, 1969-70-71-72 Anthony Horn, 2010-11 Ed Hotchkiss, 1940 Laverne Houck, 1962 Joe House, 1921-24-25 Clint Howard, 1984-85-86-87 Eric Howard, 1977-78 Royce Howard, 1969-70-71 Joe Howell, 1951-52-53 Micah Howeth, 2007-08 Kevin Huddleston, 1982 Dwight Huffman, 1949-53 Kyle Huggins, 2006 Cody Hughes, 2009-10 Bob Hulsey, 1941-42 Brandon Huneryager, 2006 Pinkey Hurley, 1987-88-89-90 Harvey Hurtt, 1958 Brad Hutchinson, 1971-72 Lance Hutson, 1986-87 Danny Hutton, 1973-74-75 Frank Hyson, 1925-26-27-28

I-I-I-I-I

Jason Idleman, 1993 Brent Ingram, 2000-01-02 Derek Ingram, 2009-11 Lance Ingram, 2001-02-03-04 Ed Irby, 1968, 69-70-71 Marty Irland, 1986-88 Paul Irland, 1989-91-92 Buck Irwin, 1986-87-88 Grant Irwin, 1927 Walter Irwin, 1988-89-90-91 Jim Isaac, 1958

J-J-J-J-J

Detton Jackson, 1959 Harry Jackson, 1951 Justin Jackson, 1981-83-84 Lamonte Jackson, 1987-88-89 Marques Jackson, 1985

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Matt Jackson, 2008-09-10-11 Walter Jacobs, 1922

Erick Johnson Land Jacobsen, 1973-74 Anton Jacobson, 1933-34-35 Clifton Jacobson, 1933-34-35-36 Aaron James, 2011 DeWaune James, 2001-02-03 Juan James, 1979-80-81-82 Bob Jennings, 1947 Don Jimerson, 1955-56 Andrew John, 2001-02-03 Charles Johns, 1941 Arthur Johnson, 2003-04-05 Arthurray Johnson, 2004 Chris Johnson, 2002 Drahmal Johnson, 1996-97-98-99 Earl Johnson, 1960 Erick Johnson, 1999-00-02-03 Gilbert Johnson, 1962 Jerry Johnson, 1986-87 Kerry Johnson, 2006-07 Pat Johnson, 1917 Tim Johnson, 2007-08 Alva Johnston, 1926 Jeremiah Johnston, 1995-97 Ahmad Jones, 2009-10-11 Billy Jones, 1961-62-63-64 Cedric Jones, 2004-05 Ceonia Jones, 1982 Chris Jones, 1986 Dennis Jones, 1963 Ewul Jones, 1938-39-40-41 Jeff Jones, 1977-78 Jimmie Jones, 1942-46 Johnnie Jones, 1996-97-98-99 Justin Jones, 2001 Lynn Jones, 1994 Marcus Jones, 1970-71-72 Mike Jones, 1970-71-72 Randy Jones, 1980-81-82 Ray C. Jones, 1964-66 Rufus Jones, 1959-60 Tanner Jones, 2008 Terrance Jones, 1987-88-89-90 Terry Jones, 1978-79 Tyrone Jones, 1990-91-92-93 Winfred Jones, 1985-86-87 Jay Jordon, 1977-78 Jeff Jordan, 1977-78 Wayne Jordan, 1961 John Juby, 1936-37 Jacob Jung, 2002-03-04-05

K-K-K-K-K

Robert Kaser, 1964-65-66 Tyral Kearney, 2008 Steve Keaton, 1965-66-67-68 Milton Keck, 1968-69-70-71 Jon Keirns, 1967 Kwesi Keller, 2007-08 Bill Kelley, 1931-33-34 Bill Kelley, 1969 Jake Kessen, 2009-10 Mack Kemp, 1958-59-60 Tyler Kemp, 1991-92 Harry Kent, 1924-25 Lucas Kerr, 1998-99-00

Jake Kessen, 2008-09-10 Anthony Kessler, 2004-05 Bernie Keszler, 1963 Norval C. Ketch, 1925 Brian Key, 1989-90-91-92 Joe Key, 1942 Scott Key, 1987-88-89-90 Ted Key, 1942 Mike Keys, 1977-78 Simmie Kidd, 1919-20-24 John Kilbie, 1929-30 George Kimball, 1919-20 Rocky Kime, 1972-73-74 Jim Kimerling, 1954-55 Elmer Kincannon, 1941-42 Calvin King, 2003-04 Chris King, 2011 John King, 1928 Owen King, 1927-28-29 Thomas King, 1991-92-93 Willis Kinnick, 1942 Phil Kirtley, 1954-55-56 Wesley Klepper, 1990 Roy Kline, 1940 Lester Knauls, 1976-77-78 Tony Knauls, 1977-78 Ellis Knight, 2009-10 Mark Knight, 1984 Robert Knoblock, 1922 Dustin Koepke, 1998 Sterling Koons, 2011 Steve Kraatz, 1975 Jack Krieder, 1962-63 John Kyle, 1961-62

L-L-L-L-L

Dick LaFever, 1947-48 Ben Lairamore, 1970-71-72 Kenneth Lake, 1978 Danny Lamb, 1964-65-66-67 Art Lamber, 1962 Bill Lancaster, 1992-93 Dorman Landtroop, 1940-41 Bobby Lane, 1972-73-74-75 Brant Lane, 1987-88-89-90 Joe Lane, 1964 Roy Lane, 1947-48-49 David Laumatia, 2011 Preston Lawrence, 1930 Brad Lawson, 1996-97 Kenneth Leach, 1959-60-61 Jeff Leader, 1978-79-80-81 Ricky Leath, 1977-78 Cecil Lee, 1974 Oliver Lee, 1917 Steve Leemhius, 1973-74-75-76 Clyde LeForce, 1919-20-21 Scott Leggett, 1985 Mart Leming, 1988-89-90-92 Melvin Lemmons, 1925 Zach Leonard, 1995 Jack Lester, 1948-49 Tom LeVay, 1947 Corey Lewis, 2005-06-07 Marion Lewis, 1940 Kenneth Lindsey, 1952-53-54 Dick Link, 1948 Buddy Link, 1980-81-82-83 Dante’ Lipscomb, 2010-11 Maurice Little, 2006-07 Mike Little, 1962 Ozell Littleton, 2010 Jonathan Llama, 2007-08 Tom Loafman, 1973-74-75 J. W. Lockett, 1957-58-59 Don Lockwood, 1947-48-49 Jess Loepp, 1997-98-99-00 Ryan Logan, 1995-96-97-98 Noah Loman, 2002

Alonza Long, 1960-61 Steve Long, 1972-73-74 Stan Longan, 1997 Ryan Lopez, 2001-02-03-04 Kenny Lott, 1995-97 Tony Loud, 1989-90-91-92 Alvin Lowe, 1924 Gary Lower, 1956-57 Furman Lowry, 1927 Robert Lucas, 1917 DeWayne Luton, 1969 Johnny Luter, 1994-95-96-98 Evan Luttrell, 1999-00 Gabe Luttrell, 1998 Alton Lusk, 1996-97-98-99

M-M-M-M-M Sharrod Mack, 1995-96 Ron Mackey, 1980-81-82 Carl Magana, 1952-53 Don Magruder, 1963-64 Willie Mahone, 1963-64 Bob Manley, 1961 Brian Mann, 1983-84-85

Mark Monroe Brett Manning, 1998-99-00-01 Chris Manning, 1999-00-01-02 Jarrod Manoy, 2003-04 James Marcus, 1970 James Marks, 1986 T.J. Maroulis, 1998-99 Max Marquardt, 1956 Roy Marshall, 1949 Brandon Martin, 1995 Bret Martin, 1988-89 Chris Martin, 1998-99-00-01 Keith Martin, 1990-91-92-93 Tim Martin, 1990 Rex Martin, 1948-49 Derek Martinez, 2010 Marcus Martinez, 2007-08 Barry Mashburn, 1958-59-60 Ryan Massengale, 2007 Bo Mathews, 1981-82-83-84 Uriah Matthew, 2003-04-05 Justin Matthews, 1999-00 Ryan Matthews, 2003 Tucker Mathis, 1993 Larry Maxwell, 1968 Jack May, 1946 Jeremy Mayes, 1997 Everette McAninch, 1919-21-24 Andrew McCabe, 2008-09 Morris McCarver, 1940 Oiltron McCarver, 1940 Tommy McClain, 1964 John McClure, 1959-61-62-63 Jeremy McCool, 2004 Chad McCoy, 1992-93 Jim McDaniel, 1954-55-56 Kelly McDaniel, 1971-72 Nik McDaniel, 1999 Carl McElroy, 1970 Chad McGaugh, 2002-03-04 Josh McGee, 1997-98 Mike McGinley, 1972-73-74-75 John McGivern, 1971-72-73 Doyle McGraw, 1966-67

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football All-Time Lettermen

N-N-N-N-N

Nate Nabergall, 2007 Mike Nagel, 1997-98-99-00

Benny Nall, 1953-54 Ethan Nall, 1998-99 Robert Naranjo, 1963-64 Ray Nash, 1972-73 Kelly Nasworthy, 1987-88 Andy Navarro, 2010-11 Ronnie Neal, 1986-87 Keith Neals, 1990-91-92-93 Chance Nelson, 1992-93-94-95 Danny Nephew, 2002-03 Norman Nero, 1974-75-76 Greg Newcomer, 1994 J.D. Newland, 1959 Bert Newton, 1928 Tyler Newton, 2011 Jim Nichols, 1966-67 Billy Nickols, 1966 Warren Nichols, 1947 Bennett Niles, 1954-55-56 Warren Niles, 1941-46-47 Don Nolan, 1952 Brandon Noohi, 2008-09 Richard Norman, 1993-94-95-96 Jan Northcutt, 1958 Aaron Notarianni, 2000 Ed Nowlin, 1961-62 Larry Nunn, 1994-95-96

Cleveland Phillips, 1992-93 Joe Phillips, 1956, 58 Mike Phillips, 1966-67 Harold Piper, 1928-30-31 Kem Pipkins, 1977-78-79-80 Robert Pitman, 1977 Kory Pitre, 2006 Aso Pogi, 2003 Joe Poindexter, 1960-61-62 Jack Pointer, 1965 Kenneth Pointer, 2007-08 Arma Polk, 1989 Pat Pollman, 1968-69 Maurice Ponton, 1925 DeMarques Potter, 2006-07-08-09 Larry Porter, 1984-85-86-87 Avon Potter, 1917-20 Waymon Potts, 1987-88-89-90 Clint Powell, 1928-30-31 Paulo Prado, 2004-05 Earl Pressley, 1934-36-37 Chris Prestegard, 1993-94-95-96 John Preston, 1982-83 Randy Preston, 1981-82-83-84 Caleb Prince, 2006-07-08-09

O-O-O-O-O

Faye O’Dell, 1947-48-49 Bill Oder, 1942 Jack O’Donnell, 1969-70 David Ogan, 1972 Kola Olasiji, 2003-04-05-06 Kenny Oleson, 1979-80-81 Ricky Oliver, 1982-83-84 Norval Olson, 1947 Ryan O’Hara, 2006-07 Joe O’Neal, 1994-95 Bill O’Neil, 1936 Brian Orr, 1991-92-93-94 Ryan Orton, 1990-91-92-93 Don Owen, 1949 Gary Owen, 1972-73 Jeff Owens, 1978 Jenson Owens, 2004-05 Ramon Owens, 1956 Sam Owens, 2005-06

Todd Patmon Richard Prince, 2002-04 Quinton Prince, 2009 Bob Prichard, 1962 Mark Pritchard, 1973-74-75-76 Harold Prudholm, 1926 Da’Marean Pullen, 2006-07-08-09 Justin Pruitt, 2010 Norman Putnam, 1933-34 Jeff Pyle, 1983-84-85

Q-Q-Q-Q-Q Ferris Qualls, 1972

P-P-P-P-P

Chuck Page, 1955-58-59 Randy Page, 1981-82-83 Preston Paine, 2011 Bruce Palmer, 1986-87-88-89 Jason Palmer, 2008-09 Jeremy Palmoore, 2008-09 Bill Park, 1970-71-72 Charles Parker, 1971-72 Derek Parker, 1999 Ryan Parkhurst, 1993 Marcellus Parker, 2005-06-07 Todd Patmon, 1991-92-93-94 Chris Patterson, 1993-94 Terry Payne, 1992-93 Al Peacock, 1964 Raymond Pearce, 1976-77-78-79 Tom Pearson, 1956 Jerry Peery, 1956, 59-60 Travelle Pelkey, 2011 Stanley Penã, 1993-94-95-96 Creadell Pennon, 2009-10-11 Dan Perdue, 1917-20 Ralph Perdue, 1958-59 Ted Perdue, 1952-53 Steve Perkins, 1975-76-77 Chuck Phelps, 1934-35 Jason Phenix, 2002-03 Anthony Phillips, 2010

Broncho Football

R-R-R-R-R

Oscar Raglin, 1942 Bill Ragsdale, 1972-73 Pat Ragsdale, 1964-65-66-67 John Rahe, 1963 Rod Randall, 1970-71 Ron Ratliff, 1964-65 Keni Ray, 1967-68-69-70 David Rea, 1973 Ian Redwine, 1986 Mike Reed, 2008 Danny Reeves, 1966-67 Tony Reeves, 1972-73 Dustin Reid, 2009 Stanly Reid, 1982 Mark Reiland, 1991-92 Jason Rempe, 1997-98 Val Reneau, 1962-63 Don Reynolds, 1947-48 Jeremy Reynolds, 1998 Lofton Reyholds, 1928, 30 Ernie Rezabeck, 1948 Bill Rhoades, 1941 Elton Rhoades, 1990-93-94 Herman Rhodes, 1929 David Rice, 1961 Brian Richards, 1994 Ira Richards, 1990-91-92-93

Kester Richards, 1931 Chandler Richardson, 2007 Chase Richardson, 2007 Ron Richardson, 1965-66 Bill Richey, 1958-59 J.R. Rickard, 1994 Bob Riddle, 1952-53-54-55 Keegan Riddle, 2005 Kenneth Riddle, 1997-98-99-00 Darren Riddles, 2001-02 Dick Riggs, 1938-39-40 Turquoy Riggs, 2004-06 George Rigler, 1956-58 Don Riley, 1961-63 Randy Ritchie, 1974-75 Tex Ritter, 1941 Diamond D. Roach, 1926-27-28-29 Paul Roach, 1968-69 Chris Robbs, 2009-10-11 Aaron Roberson, 1993-94-95-96 Duggan Roberts, 1941 Ronnie Roberts, 2005 Elmer H. Rogers, 1938 Marvel Rogers, 1981-82 Quincy Roland, 1986-87 David Rolle, 1981-82-83 Mike Rollins, 1960-61-62 Thomas Rollins, 2004-05 Rick Roop, 1976-77-78 Paul Rosenberg, 1969-70-71 Mel Rosenblum, 1948-49 Jack Ross, 1968-69-70-71 Narvin Ross, 1942 Richard Ross, 1986 Bob Roukstool, 1942 John Rowden, 1959 Ron Rowden, 1960 Mike Royce, 1977-78 Thom Royce, 1976-77-78 Lloyd Rumbaugh, 1958 Bear Runyan, 1995-96-97-98 Preston Runyan, 2008 Ashley Rutherford, 1970-71 Larkin Ryal, 1979-80 Mark Ryan, 1983-84-85

S-S-S-S-S

Darrell Sadler, 1966-67 Charles Salda, 1964-65 Dan Samara, 1994-95-96 Bob Sams, 1959-60-61 James Sanders, 1935-36-37 Luke Sapolu, 2008-09 Craig Satepauhoodle, 1985-86-89-90 Silas Satepauhoodle, 1985 Tommy Sauceda, 1991 John Savage, 1958 Jack Scameshorn, 1960-61-62 Emil Schellstede, 1931-33-34 Leslie Schellstede, 1935 Bill Schmidt, 1968-69 Nick Schreck, 1997-99-00 Arthur Lee Schrock, 1925 Spencer Schwarz, 1980-81-82-83 Wallace Schwesberger, 1946 Aaron Scott, 1986 Jack Scott, 1929-30 Jack Dale Scott, 1925-26 Johnny Scott, 1977-78 Shane Scott, 2003 George Seacrist, 1976-77-78 Jay Sellers, 1992 Dwight Sehorn, 1972-73 David Selph, 1960-61 Mike Sestak, 1994-95-96-97 Phil Sexton, 1993-94-95-96 Barney Shadle, 1933 David Shanahan, 1965 Ray Shands, 1962-63

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John McGuire, 1991-92-93-94 Otis McHenry, 1978 Raider McHugh, 1997-99-00-01 Steve McKeaver, 1981-82 Joe McKee, 1972-73 Chris McKenzie, 1995-96-97 Kevin McKenzie, 2004-05 Adrian McKittrick, 2000 Bill McMining, 1946-47-48-49 Gerald McMullin, 1974-75 Dustin McNeal, 1994-95-96-97 Jackie McPherson, 1952-53 Keno Meadows, 2010-11 Jared Meers, 2002-03-04-05 Tyler Meier, 2001-02 Falcon Melder, 1934-35 Jason Melkisetian, 1990-91-92-93 Bill Mendenhall, 1952-55-56-58 Andy Mensah, 2011 Harold Meredith, 1951 Rufino Mesa, 1963-64 Louis Messer, 1917,19 Don Metheny, 1949 Clyde Metton, 1961 Joe Metz, 1937 E.H. Miles, 1934-35 George Milard, 1951-53-54 Charles Miller, 1966-67 Ernest Miller, 1920-21-22-23 Ernest Miller, 1933-34-35-36 George Miller, 1951-52 Mikeal Miller, 1997-98 Paul Miller, 1936 Cordarrow Milton, 2007-08-09 Nate Mitani, 2007 Chuck Mitchell, 1982-83-84 Greg Mitchell, 1981 Jim Moeller, 1970-71 Chet Mongold, 1975-76-77-78 Mark Monroe, 1983-84-85-86 Rick Montgomery, 2007-08 Bill Moody, 1953-54 Jake Moody, 1941 Bud Moon, 1963-64 Byron Mooney, 1990-91 Daniel Mooney, 1995 Bernard Moore, 2004-05 Clarke S. Moore, 1926 Martin Moore, 1952-53 Oscar Moore, 1927 Sylvester Moore, 1977 Vern Moore, 1965-66 Vince Moore, 1984 Willie Moore, 2005-06 Scott Moreland, 1981 Gary Morgan, 1976-77-78 James Morgan, 1969-70-71 Mark Morgan, 1972-73 Nelson Morgan, 1973-74-75-76 Sean Morgan, 1994-95-96-97 Daniel Morrell, 2008-09-10 Perry Morren, 1956-58 Hugh Morris, 1956 Paul Morris, 1930-31 Ben Morrison, 1988-89-90 Brian Morton, 1996-97-98-99 Jake Morton, 2003-04-05-06 Wade Mosely, 1976 Sam Moses, 2009-10-11 Brooks Mosier, 1958-59 Charles Murdock, 1950-54-55 Bob Murray, 1955-56 Prentice Muse, 2007-08-09 Mike Myers, 1966 Walter Myers, 1923-24


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All-Time Lettermen Ed Shanahan, 1971-72-73 Ethan Sharp, 2009-10-11 Bruce Shaw, 1952-54-55 Dick Shaw, 1964-65-66 Frank Shaw, 1923-24 Fred Shaw, 2004-05 Seymore Shaw, 2005 T.J. Shaw, 2007-08 Tyler Shaw, 2011 Brad Shea, 1997-98-99-00 Kenneth Shelton, 2005 Doug Shepard, 1978 Marvin Shepherd, 2004-05 S.D. Shepherd, 1936-37 Buford Sherwood, 1933 Lindy Sherwood, 1933 Michael Sherwood, 2006 Dean Shinault, 1985-86-87-88 Buddy Shirley, 1961 Frank Shive, 1954-55 Bill Siler, 1955 Wesley Silk, 1935-36 Johnny Sill, 1955-56-58 Otto Simma, 1924 Danny Simon, 1966-67 David Simpson, 1995-96-97-98 Darnell Sims, 2004-05 Bill Sirkle, 1950-53-54 Robert Sisson, 1928 Steve Sitole, 1975 David Slatton, 1971 Jeff Slayton, 1995-96-97-98 John Smart, 1958-59 Albert Smith, 1969-70-71 Brandon Smith, 2006-07 Burnell Smith, 2006 Carl C. Smith, 1964-65-66 Carl J. Smith, 1963-64-65 Carlton Smith, 1977-78 Durand Smith, 2004-05 Eugene Smith, 1931-33 Garry Smith, 1975-76-77-78 James Smith, 2001-02-04 John Smith, 1946-47 Kevin Smith, 1972-73-74-75 Larry Smith, 1954-55-56 LeRon Smith, 1992 Reggie Smith, 1984-85-86-87 Ronnie Smith, 1961-63 Tre’ Smith, 2009 Van Smith, 1959 Joe Smoykefer, 1922 Keithan Speed, 2005-06 C.B. Speegle, 1939-40 C.B. Speegle III, 1962-63-64-65 Stacey Spencer, 1986-87 Sherman Spradling, 1935-36-37 Harold Springer, 1942 Don Spurgin, 1953 Redford Stac, 1931 Fred Staff, 1962 Charles Stalcup, 1973-74-75-76 Lee Stamper, 1989-90-91-92 Rex Standifer, 1926 Dustin Standley, 2001-02 Wade Standley, 1987-88-89 Randy Stanley, 2010 Richard Stanley, 2011 Danny Stark, 2007 Glenn Starks, 1992-93 John Sterling, 1983-84-85-86 Billy Stevenson, 1955 Tom Stewart, 1970-71-72 Tommy Stiegleder, 1949 Conrad Stigler, 1959-60 Billy Stiles, 1969-70 Bill Stone, 1962 Jim Stone, 1973-74-75-76 Tim Stone, 1980-81-82-83

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Tim Stone, 2003 Blaine Storts, 1992-93-94-95 Robert Stovall, 2004 Joe Straw, 1959-60-61 Robert Stringler, 1947 Seth Strong, 1999-00-01-02 Jason Stubbs, 1990-91 Orion Stuteville, 1921-23 Marqus Stutson, 2008 Howard Suesz, 1922 George Sullivan, 1951 Ron Sullivan, 1974-75 Leroy Summers, 2007 Chris Sumpter, 1992-93-94-95 Marion Surbeck, 1925-26, 29 Chad Susman, 2007-08 Jack Sutliff, 1934-35-36-37 Howard Sutton, 1949-51 John Swafford, 1927-28-29-30 Willie Swan, 1964-65-66 Lavern Swart, 1937 Zac Swartz, 2010

Rex Tillman, 1935 Steve Timble, 1977-78 Todd Tims, 1983-84-85 Tom Tinnin, 1973 Chas Townsend, 2010 Glen Townsend, 1985 Keith Traylor, 1989-90 Arch Tredway, 1972-73-74 Jack Treat, 1959 Fred Trenary, 1961 Turner Troup, 2010-11 Wesley Truman, 1955 Chad Tsotigh, 2003-04 Richard Tuberville, 1988-89 Bob Tucker, 1958 Teddy Tucker, 1986 Max Tupeker, 1972-73-74-75 Allen Turner, 1937 Terrance Tyler, 1988 Jim Tyner, 1936-37

T-T-T-T-T

Bob Van Antwerp, 1942 Clarence Van Antwerp, 1920 Bob Vance, 1955 Harold Vandever, 1935 Ryan VanGorder, 2001-02 Brento Vann, 88-89 Bruce Vann, 1981-83 Leslie Van Noy, 1922-26 Alan Vanover, 1986-87-88-89 Zack Veasey, 2005-06 Murl Venard, 1941-42 Brandon Verrett, 2003-04 David Vernon, 1973 John Vick, 2001 Louis Villanueva, 1990-91 Lee VonTungeln, 2007-08-09 Donald Vrana, 1978

Chris Talbott, 2001-02

Mike Tasby Kito Talbert, 2004-05 Jim Talkington, 1964-65 George Tallchief, 1941 Bill Talley, 1973-74 Ken Talley, 1967-68 Steve Tanner, 2002 David Tapp, 1968 Stu Taron, 2007-08 Hurley Tarver, 1994-95-96-97 Mike Tasby, 1981-82-83-84 Jonathan Tate, 2003-05-06-07 Rusty Tate, 1965-66 Steve Tate, 1977-78-79-80 Eddie Tatum, 1965 Edison Taylor, 1936 Elmo Taylor, 1931 Eurel Taylor, 1987 Jack Taylor, 1937 Burl Thompson, 1935-36-37 Charles Thompson, 1987 Cody Thompson, 1990 Curt Thompson, 1954-56 Frank Thompson, 1941 J.A. Thompson, 1937 Jack Thompson, 1941-42 Jay Thompson, 1940 Jermaine Thompson, 1997 Jess Thompson, 1928-29-30 Kenneth Thompson, 1956, 58 Luke Thompson, 1941-46-47 Michael Thompson, 1992-93 Phil Thompson, 1968-69 Terry Thompson, 1930-31-33 Tony Thompson, 1998-99-00-01 Vern Thompson, 1928-29-30 Decatur Thorton, 1997-99 James Thornton, 2000-01-02-03 John Thurmond, 1987 Mark Tickner, 2001-02-03 Jacob Tigges, 2009-10 Tim Tillis, 1986-87-88-89 Bill Tillman, 1933-34-35

V-V-V-V-V

W-W-W-W-W

Buck Wade, 1931 Gib Wade, 1934 Gilbert Wade, 1931-34 Henry Wade, 1929-30-31 Robert Wade, 1966 Sheldon Waeger, 1976-77 Glynn Walker, 1984-85-86-87 Raymond Walker, 1960 Bill Wallace, 1933 Kerry Wallace, 2010 Michael Wallace, 2003-04-05-06 Tom Wallace, 1929-30-31 Charles Walls, 1948-49 Bill Wantland, 1930 Quanton Ware, 2006 Don Warma, 1972 Dylan Warner, 2011 Danny Washington, 1976-77-78 Willis Washington, 2004 Clarence G. Waters, 1925-28 Glen Waters, 1930-31-33 Graden Waters, 1929 Pat Waters, 1933 Marvin Wathor, 1951-52 Denver Watts, 1926 M.B. Watts, 1986-87-88-89 Steve Weatherford, 1975-76 Alex Weaver, 2007-08 Ross Weaver, 2009 Thomas Weaver, 1995-96 William Weaver, 1923 Danny Webb, 1980-81-82 Joe Webb, 1954-55-56 Bill Weber, 1953-54 Frank Weber, 1959-60 Chuck Weigl, 1969 Walter Welch, 1958

Morris C. Wells, 1925-26 Neil Wells, 1949 Lloyd Wertman, 1975-76 Raymond Wesley, 1963 Benny West, 1976-77-78 Terry West, 1986-87-88-89 Quentin West, 2008 John Westfahl, 1953-54 Larry Whatley, 1976-77-78 Kenneth Whetstone, 1983 Bill White, 1972 Ellis White, 2007-08 Joe White, 1952 Joe White, 1982 Josh White, 2005 Robin White, 1990-91 Vance White, 1978 Ron Whitely, 1982-83-84 Brandon Whiteley, 2000-01-02-03 Chad Whiteside, 2003-04 Carter Whitson, 2010 Rueben Whitney, 1966 Forrest Wildman, 1920-21-23 Wilson Wilhite, 1958 Vernon Willcox, 1978 Bob Williams, 1965-66 Bobby Williams, 1962-63-64-65 Brandon Williams, 2011 Chris Williams, 2006-07 Darrell Williams, 1952-53-54 Doug Williams, 1981-82-83-84 Corey Williams, 2001-02 Jared Williams, 1996-97-98-99 Jim Williams, 1963 Lawrence Williams, 1921-22-23 Nick Williams, 2002-03-04 Nolan Williams, 2007-08-09 Zarrel Williams, 2011 Ernest Williamson, 1924-25 John Williamson, 1917-22-23-24 Roger Williamson Terry Williamson, 2011 Damon Wilmore, 1992 Russell Wing, 1978 Jerry Wisdon, 1953-54-55 Ralph Witten, 1946 Jap Wood, 1925-26-27 Larry Wood, 1964 Michael Woodberry, 1987 Marvin Woodcock, 1942 Artrell Woods, 2010-11 David Wooley, 1972-73 Larry Wooten, 1985-86-87 Van Wooten, 1981-82-83 Kenneth Wright, 1987 Larry Wright, 1991 Virgil Wright, 1925

Y-Y-Y-Y-Y

Tyler Yoas, 2004-05 Albert Young, 1926-27-28-29 Ben Young, 1978-79 Brent Young, 1995-96 Marcus Young, 2008 Ron Young, 1976

Z-Z-Z-Z-Z

Daric Zeno, 1980-81-82-83

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Season-By-Season Results 1902 (0-1) No Coach 0 Oklahoma State....................40 No team in 1903

Boyd Hill 1904 2-3 1904 (2-3) 0 Logan Co. HS......................23 7 Oklahoma City.......................0 0 Okla. Military Institute...........6 0 Kingfisher College...............16 5 Oklahoma City HS.................0

Fenis Bently 1905-11 19-30-4

1906 (6-3) 23 Oklahoma State......................2 0 Oklahoma.............................12 11 Oklahoma State......................0 0 Oklahoma.............................17 0 Kingfisher College.................6 47 Northern Junior College.........5 11 Kingfisher College.................0 21 Oklahoma City ......................0 12 Southwestern Oklahoma........0 1907 (2-2-1) 6 Oklahoma State......................2 6 Oklahoma City.......................2 6 Southwestern Oklahoma........0 0 Kingfisher College...............11 0 Oklahoma City.....................12 1908 (4-4-2) 6 Oklahoma ............................51 0 Oklahoma City.......................0 6 Oklahoma City ......................6 5 Kingfisher College.................6 18 Kingfisher College.................8 12 Northwestern Oklahoma......11 10 Northwestern Oklahoma......21 27 Phillips...................................4 10 Oklahoma State......................6 0 Oklahoma State....................17 1909 (2-9) 3 Oklahoma ............................35 0 Southeastern Oklahoma.........6 0 Oklahoma City.....................80 0 Austin College.....................11 11 Trinity.....................................8 0 Kingfisher College...............15 8 Chilocco Indian....................24

Chilocco Indian......................5 Austin College.....................23 Phillips.................................58 Oklahoma State....................27

1910 (0-8) 0 Kingfisher College................ 57 0 Southwestern Kansas............ 15 0 Oklahoma State.................... 52 0 Northern Junior College....... 11 5 Northwestern Oklahoma....... 25 0 Chilocco Indian...................... 8 0 Oklahoma............................. 81 0 Kingfisher College................ 63 1911 (1-1) 0 Oklahoma State.................... 42 5 Oklahoma Baptist................... 0

C.W. Wantland 1912-19 44-21-3 1912 (4-3) 0 Oklahoma State.................... 18. 0 Oklahoma ............................ 81 56 Southeastern Oklahoma......... 0 53 Northeastern State.................. 3 6 East Central............................ 7 75 Phillips................................... 0 10 Kingfisher College................. 7 1913 (3-3-3) 0 Oklahoma ............................ 83 0 Oklahoma City ...................... 0 0 Kingfisher College................. 0 61 Phillips................................... 0 14 East Central ......................... 31 7 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 7 7 Kingfisher College................. 8 33 Phillips................................... 6 7 Oklahoma City....................... 6 1914 (5-1) 0 Oklahoma............................. 67 16 Oklahoma City ...................... 0 24 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 0 43 East Central............................ 0 40 Kingfisher College............... 31 44 Oklahoma City....................... 0 Conference Champion 1915 (9-0) 42 Oklahoma City....................... 3 83 Oklahoma City....................... 0 6 Kingfisher College................. 0 76 Southwestern Oklahoma........ 0 29 East Central.......................... 14 34 Southeastern Oklahoma......... 0. 83 Northeastern State.................. 0 13 Phillips................................... 3 14 Pittsburg State........................ 0 Conference Champion 1916 (8-3) 0 Oklahoma............................. 27 46 Northeastern State.................. 0 183 Oklahoma City....................... 0 27 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 0

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Southeastern Oklahoma......... 7 Southwestern Oklahoma........ 3 Kingfisher College................. 6 Oklahoma State.................... 34 East Central............................ 0 Phillips................................... 0 Pittsburg State........................ 7

1917 (3-4) 0 Oklahoma ............................ 99 66 Southwestern Oklahoma........ 6 56 Southeastern Oklahoma......... 0 0 Oklahoma State.................... 13 53 Northeastern State.................. 0 6 East Central............................ 7 0 Phillips................................. 16 1918 (6-2) 0 Oklahoma ............................ 44 6 Oklahoma State.................... 26 70 East Central............................ 0. 45 Oklahoma Baptist................... 0 33 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 7 59 Southwestern Oklahoma........ 0 34 Southeastern Oklahoma......... 0 7 Phillips................................... 0 1919 (6-5) 0 Oklahoma ............................ 40 67 Catholic College..................... 0 157 Oklahoma Baptist................... 0 6 Tulsa .................................... 66 54 Kingfisher College................. 7 0 Phillips................................. 54 0 Oklahoma State.................... 54 19 Southwestern Oklahoma........ 0 27 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 0 47 East Central............................ 0 6 North Texas.......................... 35

Ralph Myers 1920 4-3-1 1920 (4-3-1) 60 Kingfisher College.................0 42 Oklahoma Baptist...................6 7 Oklahoma.............................16 34 Southwestern Oklahoma........0 0 Tulsa.......................................3 69 East Central............................7 0 Northwestern Oklahoma .....27 6 Phillips...................................6

C.W. Wantland 1921-30 57-22-13 1921 (8-1) 21 Northern Junior College......... 0 0 Oklahoma............................. 31 44 Clarnedon College................. 6 7 Oklahoma Baptist................... 0 103 East Central............................ 0 28 Phillips................................... 3 21 Tulsa....................................... 0.

21 Southwestern Oklahoma...... 14 42 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 0 Conference Champion 1922 (7-4) 118 Carver College.......................0 62 Oklahoma City.......................0 0 Oklahoma State....................17 0 Oklahoma ............................19 19 Northwestern Oklahoma........0 34 Oklahoma Baptist...................0 20 East Central............................0. 7 Phillips.................................31 14 Iowa State.............................13 30 Southwestern Oklahoma........0 0 Tulsa ....................................14 1923 (7-1-1) 53 Northern Junior College........ 0 26 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 0 14 Southeastern Oklahoma....... 12 0 Oklahoma Baptist.................. 0 6 East Central........................... 0 14 Oklahoma State..................... 6 6 Phillips................................... 7 7 Southwestern Oklahoma........ 0 58 Oklahoma City ..................... 0 Conference Champion 1924 (9-1) 2 Oklahoma ............................. 0 13 Baylor.................................... 6 44 East Central........................... 0 21 Tulsa ..................................... 0. 7 Southeastern Oklahoma........ 0 6 Centenary ............................. 7 6 Southwestern Oklahoma....... 0 69 Oklahoma City...................... 2 28 Phillips.................................. 0 21 Oklahoma Baptist................ 14 Conference Champion 1925 (3-4-2) 5 Oklahoma Baptist.................. 0 6 Pittsburg State....................... 6 0 Northwestern Oklahoma..... 11 7 Arkansas-Monticello........... 14 7 Centenary ........................... 17 8 Tulsa.................................... 20 16 Oklahoma City...................... 2 7 Southwestern Oklahoma....... 7 12 Phillips.................................. 0 1926 (3-3-3) 0 Northern Junior College........ 0 0 Oklahoma City ..................... 0 10 Pittsburg State....................... 7 23 Northwestern Oklahoma....... 0 10 Centenary............................ 14 7 Northeastern State................. 0 3 Southwestern Oklahoma....... 6 3 Oklahoma Baptist.................. 3 7 Phillips................................ 14 1927 (3-1-4) 14 Oklahoma............................ 14 7 Oklahoma City..................... 7 30 Northeastern State................. 0 18 East Central........................... 0 0 Oklahoma Baptist................ 10

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1905 (4-3-1) 0 Oklahoma.............................28 6 Oklahoma State......................0 0 Oklahoma.............................58 0 Kingfisher College...............35 5 Oklahoma State......................5 15 Oklahoma City ......................0 41 Southwestern Oklahoma........0 15 Logan County HS..................0

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Season-By-Season Results 0 Southeastern Oklahoma........ 0 16 Southwestern Oklahoma..... 13 0 Phillips.................................. 0 1928 (5-3-1) 75 Oklahoma Panhandle.............0 7 Southwestern Kansas.............0 0 East Central............................7 34 Northwestern Oklahoma........7 6 Emporia State.......................23 32 Southwestern Oklahoma........0 7 Southeastern Oklahoma.........0 0 Oklahoma City ....................27 0 Phillips...................................0

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1929 (6-1-2) 0 Southwestern Kansas.............0 26 Northern Junior College.........0 14 Southeastern Oklahoma.......13 7 East Central............................7 0 Hendrix Arkansas...................0 7 Southwestern Oklahoma........0 3 Northwestern Oklahoma........0 6 Northeastern State..................0 0 Centenary...............................9 Conference Champion 1930 (6-3) 7 West Texas A&M...................0 52 Connors Junior College..........6 6 Oklahoma City ....................27 13 Southwestern Oklahoma........6 7 Southeastern Oklahoma.........0 21 Northwestern Oklahoma........0 0 Centenary.............................19 12 Northeastern State..................0

Claude B. Reeds 1931-40 56-28-9 1931 (6-2-1) 0 Oklahoma City.....................20 13 Southwestern Kansas..............6 0 West Texas A&M ...................6 19 Southeastern Oklahoma..........0 0 Northwestern Oklahoma.........0 19 Oklahoma Baptist.................13 27 Southwestern..........................0 25 Northeastern State..................0 9 East Central............................0 Conference Champion 1932 (6-3-1) 0 Oklahoma State......................0 0 Oklahoma City.....................14 15 Northwestern Oklahoma........0 25 Oklahoma Baptist.................12 0 Southeastern Oklahoma.........7 6 Jefferson ..............................19 13 Southwestern Oklahoma........0 18 Northeastern State..................0 13 East Central............................2 25 Southwestern Oklahoma........0 Conference Champion 1933 (4-5-1) 45 Oklahoma Panhandle.............6 12 Oklahoma State....................20

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West Texas A&M...................0 Northwestern Oklahoma........0 Southeastern Oklahoma.........0 Oklahoma Baptist.................19 Southwestern Oklahoma...... 14 Northeastern State................ 14 Oklahoma City..................... 20 East Central............................ 0

1934 (6-2-1) 0 Tulsa..................................... 26 6 Oklahoma City....................... 0 7 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 0 25 Southeastern Oklahoma......... 0 9 West Texas A&M................... 0 20 Southwestern Oklahoma........ 7 13 Northeastern State.................. 7 0 Oklahoma Baptist................... 7 7 East Central............................ 7 Conference Champion 1935 (7-2-1) 28 Capitol Hill JC....................... 0 9 Tulsa....................................... 0 0 Oklahoma City....................... 7 13 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 6 7 Oklahoma Baptist................... 0 7 Southwestern Oklahoma........ 0 2 Northeastern State................ 12 0 West Texas A&M................... 0 7 Southeastern Oklahoma......... 0 7 East Central............................ 0   Conference Champion 1936 (8-1) 6 Emporia State......................... 0 7 Tulsa..................................... 40 18 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 0 19 Oklahoma City....................... 0 20 Oklahoma Baptist................... 0 21 Southwestern Oklahoma........ 6 21 Northeastern State.................. 0 20 East Central............................ 6 29 Southeastern Oklahoma......... 9   Conference Champion 1937 (6-2-2) 0 Arkansas............................... 25 6 Tulsa..................................... 42 20 Emporia State....................... 20 13 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 0 14 Austin College..................... 13 14 Southwestern Oklahoma........ 0 0 Northeastern State.................. 0 16 Oklahoma Baptist................. 10 7 Southeastern Oklahoma......... 0 47 East Central............................ 0   Conference Champion 1938 (6-3) 12 Oklahoma State.................... 20 0 Tulsa..................................... 20 13 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 0 6 Southeastern Oklahoma......... 0 18 Arkansas Tech...................... 19 25 Southwestern Oklahoma........ 3 26 Northeastern State.................. 0 18 Oklahoma Baptist................... 0 52 East Central............................ 0   Conference Champion

1939 (5-3) 6 Arkansas............................... 32 0 Arkansas Tech........................ 6 19 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 0 20 Southeastern Oklahoma......... 6 6 Southwestern Oklahoma........ 0 13 Northeastern State.................. 6 7 Oklahoma Baptist................... 0 13 East Central ......................... 33 Conference Champion 1940 (2-5-2) 6 Oklahoma State.................... 25 0 Arkansas............................... 38 6 Arkansas Tech...................... 12 0 Southeastern Oklahoma....... 23 0 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 0 7 Southwestern Oklahoma...... 27 13 Northeastern State.................. 7 0 Oklahoma Baptist................... 0 21 East Central.......................... 13

Dale Hamilton 1941-49 37-11-2 1941 (6-2) 0 Arkansas............................... 56 0 Arkansas Tech...................... 19 25 Southeastern Oklahoma......... 0 19 Northwestern Oklahoma ....... 0 7 Southwestern Oklahoma........ 6 26 Oklahoma City....................... 6 19 East Central............................ 0 7 Northeastern State.................. 6   Conference Champion 1942 (7-0) 28 Will Rogers AFB.....................0 28 Northwestern Oklahoma.........0 35 OU Junior Varsity...................0 29 East Central.............................6 44 OU Junior Varsity...................0 27 Will Rogers AFB.....................7 14 Southwest Missouri.................7 Conference Champion 1943-45: No team (World War II) 1946 (4-4-1) 0 Arkansas Tech.........................7 13 Murray Junior College............7 0 Southeastern Oklahoma..........6 0 Southwestern Kansas............13 20 Southwestern Oklahoma.......20 30 East Central.............................0 12 Texas Naval Station..............13 10 Northeastern State...................6 27 Northwestern Oklahoma.........0 1947 (7-1-1) 19 Connors Junior College...........6 20 Centenary................................7 40 St. Benedict’s..........................0 13 Southeastern Oklahoma........19 41 Arkansas Tech.........................0 12 Southwestern Oklahoma.......12 33 East Central...........................12

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Northeastern State............... 21 Northwestern Oklahoma....... 7

1948 (6-2) 12 Northwest Louisiana........... 26 45 St. Benedict’s........................ 0 6 Southeastern Oklahoma........ 2 26 Arkansas Tech....................... 6 13 Southwestern Oklahoma..... 20 20 East Central........................... 7 34 Northwestern Oklahoma....... 0 20 Northeastern State............... 13 Conference Champion 1949 (7-2) 7 Arkansas Tech..................... 13 6 Northwest Louisiana............. 7 37 Southeastern Oklahoma...... 13 13 Northeastern A&M................ 6 37 Southwestern Oklahoma..... 13 13 East Central........................... 7 20 Northwestern Oklahoma....... 7 26 Northeastern State................. 7 59 Oklahoma Panhandle.......... 12   Conference Champion

Gene Smith 1950-51 9-9 1950 (7-3) 12 Arkansas Tech..................... 13 20 Northwest Louisiana........... 41 33 Eastern New Mexico........... 13 21 Southeastern Oklahoma...... 13 47 Northeastern A&M.............. 13 21 Southwestern Oklahoma..... 34 20 East Central......................... 13 33 Northwestern Oklahoma....... 7 33 Northeastern State................. 6 13 Oklahoma Panhandle............ 6 Conference Champion 1951 (2-6) 0 Midwestern State................ 26 6 Northwest Louisiana........... 19 0 Eastern New Mexico........... 31 21 Southeastern Oklahoma........ 0 26 Southwestern Oklahoma..... 32 19 East Central......................... 14 21 Northwestern Oklahoma..... 26 13 Northeastern State............... 53

Dale Hamilton 1952-57 36-14-1 1952 (4-4) 0 Northwest Louisiana............. 7 19 Southeastern.......................... 0 6 Louisiana Tech.................... 34 28 Southwestern Oklahoma..... 32 20 East Central........................... 7 63 Northwestern Oklahoma..... 25 7 Northeastern State............... 25 46 Southwestern Kansas............ 6

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football Season-By-Season Results 1953 (6-3) 7 Northwest Louisiana..............0 34 Northwestern Oklahoma........6 13 Southeastern Oklahoma.......21 27 Central Arkansas....................7 33 Southwestern Oklahoma......28 34 East Central............................7 19 Northeastern State................20 43 Southwestern Kansas.............6 0 Ouachita Baptist...................13 1954 (6-2-1) 6 Northwest Louisiana............15 33 Northwestern Oklahoma......13 0 Southeastern Oklahoma.........9 21 Central Arkansas..................20 12 Southwestern Oklahoma........7 18 East Central..........................14 20 Midwestern State.................20 42 Northeastern State..................0 60 Texas Lutheran.......................7 Conference Champion

1956 (7-2) 35 Fort Hays State.......................6 21 Langston.................................6 7 Southeastern Oklahoma.........0 13 Southern Arkansas...............31 7 Southwestern Oklahoma......19 28 East Central............................0 28 Northwestern Oklahoma......14 13 Northeastern State..................7 42 Emporia State.......................14 Conference Champion 1957 (5-2) 14 Langston.................................6 45 Southern Arkansas.................6 7 Southwestern Oklahoma........0 21 East Central............................0 6 Northwestern Oklahoma......35 12 Northeastern State................28 27 Emporia State.........................7

Al Blevins 1958-63 43-14-1 1958 (5-4) 22 Langston.................................6 8 Southeastern Oklahoma.........0 14 St. Benedict’s.......................34 6 Southwestern Oklahoma........0 28 East Central............................9 6 Northwestern Oklahoma......20 8 Northeastern State................28

1959 (8-1) 20 Eastern New Mexico.............. 0 6 Langston............................... 32 8 St. Benedict’s......................... 0 25 Southwestern Oklahoma........ 6 47 East Central............................ 7 27 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 0 37 Northeastern State................ 21 26 Southeastern Oklahoma....... 13 12 Emporia State......................... 0 1960 (6-4) 19 New Mexico Highlands........ 26 27 Eastern New Mexico.............. 0 0 Langston............................... 20 28 Emporia State......................... 7 26 Southwestern Oklahoma........ 7 9 East Central............................ 6 8 Northwestern Oklahoma...... 26 21 Northeastern State................ 14 14 Southeastern Oklahoma....... 20 22 Western State......................... 8 1961 (9-1) 13 Eastern New Mexico.............. 6 14 Langston............................... 13 27 Emporia State......................... 7 20 Southwestern Oklahoma........ 0 19 East Central.......................... 18 12 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 7 32 Northeastern State.................. 0 59 Southeastern Oklahoma....... 12 30 Western State......................... 0 26 Oklahoma Panhandle........... 27 Conference Champion 1962 (11-0) 25 Eastern New Mexico.............. 6 27 Langston................................. 0 44 Emporia State......................... 7 20 Southwestern Oklahoma........ 6 40 East Central.......................... 20 42 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 0 38 Northeastern State.................. 0 33 Southeastern Oklahoma......... 7 33 Oklahoma Panhandle............. 0 20 College of Emporia!............... 0. 28 Lenoir-Rhyne!...................... 13 Conference/National Champions !-NAIA Playoffs 1963 (4-4-1) 27 Langston............................... 40 20 Emporia State......................... 0 19 Southwestern Oklahoma...... 14 7 East Central.......................... 19 20 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 9 7 Northeastern State................ 14 6 Southeastern Oklahoma......... 0 14 Oklahoma Panhandle........... 14 21 Eastern New Mexico............ 40

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Phil Ball 1964-76 82-46-6

1964 (4-5) 40 College of the Ozarks..............6 9 Langston..................................7 35 Eastern New Mexico.............34 0 Southwestern Oklahoma.........6 3 East Central...........................34 12 Northwestern Oklahoma ......20 20 Northeastern State.................21 27 Southeastern Oklahoma........37 27 Oklahoma Panhandle............10 1965 (6-3-1) 31 College of Ozarks...................0 18 Langston................................14 7 Eastern New Mexico.............26 34 Southwestern Oklahoma.......13 13 East Central...........................34 32 Northwestern Oklahoma.......12 27 Northeastern State.................27 12 Morningside Iowa.................56 19 Oklahoma Panhandle..............6 1966 (7-2) 22 Morningside............................2 7 Langston................................20 21 Eastern New Mexico...............6 14 Southwestern Oklahoma.......21 10 East Central.............................7 16 Northwestern Oklahoma ........7 54 Northeastern State.................13 21 Southeastern Oklahoma..........7 21 Oklahoma Panhandle..............7 1967 (3-6-1) 13 Pittsburgh State.....................14 20 Langston................................20 22 Eastern New Mexico...............0 6 Southwestern Oklahoma.........7 21 East Central...........................24 9 Northwestern Oklahoma.......14 35 Northeastern State...................0 7 Southeastern Oklahoma........13 35 Western State..........................0 13 Oklahoma Panhandle............20 1968 (6-4-1) 29 Pittsburgh State.......................3 34 Southwest Missouri.................7 30 Langston................................19 19 Eastern New Mexico.............20 7 Southwestern Oklahoma.......31 7 East Central.............................7 37 Northwestern Oklahoma.........0 19 Northeastern State.................27 17 Southeastern Oklahoma........27 14 Western State..........................8 35 Oklahoma Panhandle............14 1969 (8-1-1) 25 Southwest Missouri.................0 24 Langston................................12 20 Eastern New Mexico...........37* 7 Southwestern Oklahoma.........6 20 East Central...........................20 52 Northwestern Oklahoma...... 15 15 Northeastern State................ 44 31 Southeastern Oklahoma......... 7 42 Western State......................... 6 49 Oklahoma Panhandle........... 21 *Won by forfeit

1970 (9-2) 20 Southwest Missouri............... 0 49 Western State........................ 7 40 Langston.............................. 13 14 Northwestern Oklahoma..... 10 6 Cameron.............................. 14 32 Eastern New Mexico........... 13 35 Oklahoma Panhandle.......... 14 54 Southeastern Oklahoma...... 21 41 Northeastern State................. 7 16 Southwestern Oklahoma..... 17 43 East Central......................... 21 1971 (7-2-1) 33 Southwest Missouri............... 0 34 East Central......................... 14 35 Langston.............................. 19 28 Northwestern Oklahoma..... 10 14 Cameron.............................. 14 49 Eastern New Mexico........... 31 14 Oklahoma Panhandle.......... 20 34 Southeastern Oklahoma...... 21 35 Northeastern State............... 23 7 Southwestern Oklahoma..... 10 1972 (9-2) 39 Southwest Missouri............. 19 33 East Central......................... 10 21 Langston.............................. 14 20 Northwestern Oklahoma..... 13 27 Cameron.............................. 13 28 Eastern New Mexico............. 7 28 Oklahoma Panhandle.......... 15 28 Southeastern Oklahoma........ 0 14 Northeastern State............... 21 26 Southwestern Oklahoma....... 7 0 Texas A&M Commerce!.......... 54 Conference Champion  !-NAIA Playoffs 1973 (6-4-1) 7 Angelo State.......................... 7 21 Southwest Missouri............... 0 7 East Central......................... 13 6 Langston.............................. 27 19 Northwestern Oklahoma....... 0 18 Cameron.............................. 10 14 Eastern New Mexico........... 17 24 Oklahoma Panhandle.......... 23 14 Southeastern Oklahoma...... 12 3 Northeastern State............... 21 21 Southwestern Oklahoma....... 6 1974 (5-5) 14 Angelo State........................ 21 14 East Central......................... 21 14 Langston................................ 7 26 Northwestern Oklahoma..... 13 14 Cameron.............................. 21 7 Eastern New Mexico............. 0 3 Oklahoma Panhandle............ 0 0 Southeastern Oklahoma........ 3 7 Northeastern State................. 9 14 Southwestern Oklahoma....... 0 1975 (7-4) 13 Angelo State.......................... 7 0 Henderson State.................. 26 12 East Central......................... 21 22 Langston................................ 6

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1955 (8-1) 19 Fort Hays State.....................12 6 Northwestern Oklahoma........0 14 Southeastern Oklahoma.........9 66 Central Arkansas..................12 7 Southwestern Oklahoma......14 19 East Central..........................13 21 Memphis Naval Station..........7 27 Northeastern State..................0 51 New Mexico Highlands.........14   Conference Champion

18 Emporia State....................... 20 6 Memphis Naval Station.......... 0


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Northwestern Oklahoma........0 Cameron...............................37 Eastern New Mexico............19 Oklahoma Panhandle.............0 Southeastern Oklahoma.........0 Northeastern State................24 Southwestern Oklahoma......14

1976 (5-6) 0 Angelo State.........................57 0 Henderson State.....................9 10 East Central..........................30 20 Texas Lutheran.....................36 20 Northwestern Oklahoma......19 21 Langston...............................13 23 Eastern New Mexico............20 13 Oklahoma Panhandle.............0 30 Southeastern Oklahoma.......14 6 Northeastern State................14 15 Southwestern Oklahoma......17

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Gary Howard 1977-02 162-105-6 1977 (5-5-1) 6 Angelo State.........................31 13 Southwestern Oklahoma......14 9 East Central..........................20 21 Texas Lutheran.....................28 7 Northern Colorado...............21 15 Langston...............................14 24 Eastern New Mexico............20 32 Oklahoma Panhandle.............0 31 Southeastern Oklahoma.......21 21 Northeastern State..................3 10 Cameron...............................10 1978 (7-3) 13 Angelo State.........................42 16 Southwestern Oklahoma......14 25 Texas Lutheran.......................0 6 Texas A&M-Commerce........... 3 33 East Central..........................10 34 Langston.................................6 30 Eastern New Mexico............14 39 Cameron...............................21 20 Northern Colorado...............48 14 Northeastern State................28 1979 (11-2) 55 Evangel.................................0 28 Southwestern Oklahoma.......0 49 Northwestern Oklahoma.......0 17 Texas A&M-Commerce..........6 35 East Central........................28 20 Eastern New Mexico............0 35 Cameron.............................14 48 Langston...............................6 14 Northeastern State..............22 30 Texas Lutheran...................20 42 Nebraska-Kearney!.............22 28 Presbyterian!.........................6 14 Texas A&M-Kingsville!......... 20 !-NAIA Playoffs NAIA National Runner-up

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1980 (5-4) 18 Southwestern Oklahoma...... 16 34 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 0 7 Texas A&M-Commerce.......... 33 27 Oklahoma Panhandle........... 17 14 East Central......................... 28 13 Cameron.............................. 14 6 Eastern New Mexico........... 24 44 Evangel................................ 20 35 Langston................................ 7 1981 (7-2) 29 Northwestern Oklahoma...... 12 13 Southwestern Oklahoma........ 6 18 Henderson State................... 38 28 Texas A&M-Commerce........... 31 9 Howard Payne........................ 7 55 East Central.......................... 18 28 Eastern New Mexico............ 20 12 Cameron............................. 38* 14 Langston................................. 6   *-Won by forfeit 1982 (10-2) 15 Northwestern Oklahoma........ 7 7 Southwestern Oklahoma...... 12 24 Henderson State..................... 3 42 Howard Payne........................ 7 26 Northeastern State................ 42 21 East Central.......................... 19 48 Eastern New Mexico............ 12 38 Cameron................................. 6 52 Langston................................. 6 61 Colorado State-Pueblo!........ 20 28 Northeastern State!............... 17 14 Mesa State!........................... 11 !-NAIA Playoffs National Champion 1983 (8-1-1) 28 Northwestern Oklahoma...... 10 45 Southwestern Oklahoma...... 17 56 Henderson State................... 14 31 Howard Payne...................... 12 38 Northeastern State................ 15 34 East Central.......................... 17 33 Cameron............................... 22 48 Langston................................. 7 28 Eastern New Mexico............ 28 13 Saginaw Valley!................... 14 !-NAIA Playoffs 1984 (7-3) 48 Colorado State-Pueblo........... 7 41 Henderson State................... 18 24 Howard Payne........................ 6 31 Northeastern State................ 24 10 Texas A&M-Commerce..........35 18 Texas A&M-Kingsville.......... 20 16 Northwest Missouri.............. 28 31 Cameron................................. 7 28 Langston................................. 3 27 Eastern New Mexico.............. 0 1985 (7-2-1) 28 Carson-Newman.................... 9 33 Northwest Missouri.............. 27 24 Abilene Christian................. 24 10 Howard Payne........................ 3 23 Angelo State......................... 29

41 Texas A&M-Commerce..........13 28 Texas A&M-Kingsville.......... 21 31 Cameron................................. 3 44 Langston................................. 3 15 Henderson State!.................. 18 !-NAIA Playoffs 1986 (3-5-1) 28 West Texas A&M................. 35 41 Abilene Christian................. 28 31 Howard Payne........................ 7 21 Angelo State......................... 23 17 Sam Houston State............... 27 39 Eastern Washington.............. 33 17 Texas A&M-Kingsville.......... 38 21 Cameron............................... 21 23 Lamar................................... 47 1987 (2-8) 7 Southwest Missouri.............. 20 8 West Texas A&M................. 25 28 Langston............................... 10 13 Cameron............................... 31 15 Texas A&M-Kingsville.......... 21 14 Abilene Christian................. 38 35 Eastern New Mexico............ 41 10 Angelo State......................... 17 28 Southeastern Oklahoma....... 24 22 Texas A&M-Commerce........... 43 1988 (4-5, 4-3*) 7 Southeastern Oklahoma....... 31 8 Mesa State............................ 44 21 Texas A&M-Commerce*....... 35 23 Abilene Christian*............... 24 0 Texas A&M-Kingsville*........ 35 19 Angelo State*....................... 11 27 West Texas A&M................. 15 12 Cameron*............................. 10 35 Eastern New Mexico*........... 19 *-LSC game 1989 (0-10-1, 0-7*) 14 Nebraska-Omaha.................. 21. 12 Southeastern Oklahoma....... 12 17 Mesa State............................ 18 28 Cal State-Northridge............ 31 31 Texas A&M-Commerce*..... 33 9 Abilene Christian*............... 28 0 Texas A&M-Kingsville*......... 41 7 Angelo State*....................... 49 24 West Texas A&M*............... 26 17 Cameron*............................. 36 5 Eastern New Mexico*.......... 41 *-LSC game 1990 (4-6, 3-4*) 14 Southeastern Oklahoma......... 7 0 Southern Utah...................... 35 6 Cal State-Northridge............ 17 10 Texas A&M-Commerce*..... 17 12 Abilene Christian*............... 10 13 Texas A&M-Kingsville*........ 35 9 Angelo State*....................... 14 38 West Texas A&M*............... 16 10 Cameron*............................... 7 7 Eastern New Mexico*.......... 12 *-LSC game

1991 (3-7, 1-5*) 14 Northwest Missouri............. 38 24 Southern Utah..................... 21 7 Cal State-Northridge............. 9 21 Texas A&M-Commerce*.... 51 7 Abilene Christian*.............. 24 13 Texas A&M-Kingsville*....... 23 10 Angelo State*...................... 41 16 Western New Mexico............ 6 24 Cameron*............................ 22 12 Eastern New Mexico*......... 21 *-LSC game 1992 (6-4, 2-4*) 27 Northwest Missouri............... 9 17 Fort Hays State.................... 15 21 Southern Utah..................... 20 14 Cal State-Northridge............. 0 9 Texas A&M-Commerce*....... 26 31 Abilene Christian*.............. 35 12 Texas A&M-Kingsville*........ 36 6 Angelo State*...................... 27 44 Cameron*.............................. 6 35 Eastern New Mexico*......... 13 *-LSC game 1993 (7-3, 2-3*) 37 Mesa State............................. 7 30 Fort Hays State...................... 0 21 Southern Utah..................... 20 37 Langston.............................. 20 27 Texas A&M-Commerce*........ 30 10 Abilene Christian*.............. 28 7 Texas A&M-Kingsville*....... 38 28 Angelo State*...................... 24 14 Nebraska-Kearney................. 7 36 Eastern New Mexico*........... 7 *-LSC game 1994 (6-3-1, 2-2-1*) 30 Mesa State............................. 8 36 Southwestern Oklahoma....... 8 38 Fort Hays State.................... 15 38 Langston.............................. 10 16 Texas A&M-Commerce*........ 7 36 Abilene Christian*.............. 33 0 Texas A&M Kingsville*..... 34 3 Angelo State*...................... 22 21 Nebraska-Kearney............... 22 13 Eastern New Mexico*......... 13 *-LSC game 1995 (8-3, 4-3*) 27 Mesa State............................. 0 20 Southwestern Oklahoma....... 6 28 Fort Hays State...................... 0 30 Langston.............................. 26 9 Texas A&M-Commerce*.... 17 13 Abilene Christian*................ 7 21 Texas A&M-Kingsville*..... 27 7 Angelo State*...................... 14. 43 West Texas A&M*................ 6 47 Tarleton State*...................... 0 33 Eastern New Mexico*......... 23 *-LSC Game 1996 (9-3, 5-2*) 48 Mesa State........................... 10 23 Southwestern Oklahoma..... 14 39 Langston.............................. 20

Central Oklahoma


2012 Central Oklahoma Football Season-By-Season Results 38 Texas A&M-Commerce*.....21 24 Abilene Christian*.................6 7 Texas A&M-Kingsville*......35 24 Angelo State*.......................27 21 West Texas A&M*.................7 17 Tarleton State*.....................14 17 Eastern New Mexico*............7 23 Chadron State!.....................21 7 UC Davis! ...........................26 *-LSC game !-NCAA Division II Playoffs 1997 (9-2, 7-2*) 23 Northwestern Oklahoma........0 7 Texas A&M-Kingsville*........33 28 Abilene Christian*.................0 28 Tarleton State*.....................19 51 Langston.................................0 42 East Central*..........................7 35 Harding*..............................19 31 Ouachita Baptist*.................14 17 Southwestern Oklahoma*.........33 23 Southeastern Oklahoma*.....18 17 Northeastern State*..............16 *-LSC game

1999 (8-3, 6-2*) 28 Emporia State.......................25 37 Angelo State*.......................34 42 Midwestern State*...............14 44 Langston*...............................6 31 East Central*..........................7 42 Harding*..............................30 41 Ouachita Baptist*.................20 18 Southwestern Oklahoma*....16 14 Southeastern Oklahoma*.....20 7 Northeastern State*..............12 17 UC Davis!............................33 *-LSC game Conference Champion !-NCAA Division II Playoffs

2004 (8-2, 7-2*) 35 Mesa State............................ 14 49 Abilene Christian................. 24 38 West Texas A&M*............... 27 34 Angelo State*....................... 21 42 Tarleton State*..................... 17 37 Southwestern Oklahoma*.... 19 31 Texas A&M-Kingsville*...... 41 40 East Central*........................ 14 28 Southeastern Oklahoma*..... 55 25 Northeastern State*................ 7 *-LSC game

2001 (3-8, 1-7*) 28 Western Washington............. 24 26 Arkansas Tech...................... 32 7 Texas A&M-Commerce*..... 24 35 Eastern New Mexico*.......... 57 38 Midwestern State*............... 47 36 Southwestern Oklahoma*.... 37 21 Texas A&M-Kingsville*...... 35 30 East Central*........................ 37 45 Bacone.................................... 7 31 Southeastern Oklahoma*..... 28 44 Northeastern State*.............. 45 *-LSC game

2005 (3-7, 3-6*) 7 Missouri Western................. 26 49 Abilene Christian*............... 37 31 West Texas A&M*............... 44 16 Angelo State*....................... 20 3 Texas A&M-Commerce*..... 17 37 Southwestern Oklahoma*.... 20 38 Texas A&M-Kingsville*...... 41 39 East Central*........................ 42 24 Southeastern Oklahoma*..... 31 37 Northeastern State*.............. 10 *-LSC game

2002 (5-6, 4-4*) 16 Western Washington............. 24 17 Arkansas Tech...................... 24 34 West Texas A&M*................ 14 19 Texas A&M-Commerce*...... 16 21 Southwestern Oklahoma*..... 24 20 Abilene Christian*................ 22 22 East Central*........................ 10 56 Bacone.................................. 21 6 Southeastern Oklahoma*........ 7 58 Northeastern State*.............. 48 27 Tarleton State*...................... 34 *-LSC game

Chuck Langston 2003-07 29-24-0 2003 (9-3, 6-2*) 42 Mesa State................................. 16 30 Southwest Baptist.................. 7 31 West Texas A&M*............... 20 24 Texas A&M-Commerce*..... 21 20 Southwestern Oklahoma*.... 17 17 Abilene Christian*............... 14 31 East Central*........................ 21 26 Southeastern Oklahoma*..... 43 62 Northeastern State*.............. 42 23 Tarleton State*..................... 38 20 Mesa State!........................... 15 6 Texas A&M-Kingsville!........... 49 *-LSC game !-NCAA Division II Playoffs

Broncho Football

2006 (5-6, 4-5*) 29 Missouri Western...........32 OT 18 Abilene Christian*............... 24 30 Angelo State*.................24 OT 19 Eastern New Mexico*.......... 16 10 Texas A&M-Commerce*....... 3 37 East Central*.......................... 0 31 Northwestern Oklahoma...... 26 7 Southeastern Oklahoma*....... 9 22 Southwestern Oklahoma*.... 25 7 West Texas A&M*............... 38 23 Northeastern State*........26 OT *-LSC game 2007 (4-6, 4-5*) 27 Abilene Christian*............... 17 7 Emporia State....................... 17 18 Angelo State*....................... 27 7 Eastern New Mexico*.......... 21 21 TX A&M-Commerce*...20 OT 24 East Central*........................ 21 15 Southeastern Oklahoma*..... 24 10 Southwestern Oklahoma*...... 7 0 West Texas A&M*............... 31 14 Northeastern State*.............. 22 *-LSC game

Tracy Holland 2008-11 15-29-0 2008 (7-4, 6-3*) 12 Pittsburg State.....................16 18 West Texas A&M*..............49  6 Texas A&M-Kingsville*....41 17 Tarleton State*....................42 21 Texas A&M-Commerce*....13 43 Southwest Baptist...............40 41 Southeastern Oklahoma*......7 23 Southwestern Oklahoma*...16 38 Midwestern State*..............33 30 East Central*......................17 24 Northeastern State*............13 *-LSC game 2009 (4-7, 4-5*) 42 Pittsburg State...................... 13 24 West Texas A&M*............... 17 17 Texas A&M-Kingsville*..... 46 17 Tarleton State*..................... 35 23 Texas A&M-Commerce*..... 27 23 Southwest Baptist................ 31 24 Southeastern Oklahoma*..... 41 41 Southwestern Oklahoma*.... 23 16 Midwestern State*............... 43 42 East Central*....................... 25 47 Northeastern State*............. 38 *-LSC game 2010 (2-9, 2-8*) 20 Pittsburg State..................... 31 37 Tarleton State*.................... 21 41 Incarnate Word*............42 OT 24 Midwestern State*.............. 30 31 East Central*....................... 28 31 Eastern New Mexico*......... 49 55 Southeastern Okla.*......56 OT 28 Northeastern State*............. 39 30 Texas A&M-Commerce*.... 31 24 Southwestern Oklahoma*... 31 35 Angelo State*...................... 49 *-LSC game 2011 (2-9) 10 North Alabama.....................31 23 Southeastern Oklahoma........30 0 Angelo State.........................20 20 Southwestern Oklahoma.......27 41 East Central..........................21 25 Cal Poly................................44 3 Washburn..............................48 21 Fort Hays State.....................38 30 Black Hills State...................17 7 Northeastern State................35 14 Lindenwood..........................48

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History

1998 (13-0, 9-0*) 3 Northwestern Oklahoma........0 38 Texas A&M-Kingsville*.........9 30 Abilene Christian*.................0 31 Tarleton State*.....................17 29 Langston...............................13 14 East Central*................. 13 OT 31 Harding*................................3 48 Ouachita Baptist*...................7 20 Southwestern Oklahoma*......6 31 Southeastern Oklahoma*.......7 36 Northeastern State*..............10 21 Chadron State!.....................19 21 Texas A&M-Kingsville!... 24OT# *-LSC game #-Won by forfeit Conference Champion !-NCAA Division II Playoffs

2000 (5-5, 5-3*) 31 Stephen F. Austin...........38 OT 14 Northwestern Oklahoma....... 38 24 Texas A&M-Commerce*....... 7 16 Eastern New Mexico*.......... 21 24 Midwestern State*............... 21 21 Southwestern Oklahoma*.... 27 21 Texas A&M-Kingsville*...... 13 24 East Central*.......................... 7 51 Southeastern Oklahoma*..... 17 0 Northeastern State*................ 7 *-LSC game


2012 Central Oklahoma Football

History

Coaching Records Year Coach 1902 None 1904 Boyd Hill 1905 Fenis Bentley 1906 Fenis Bentley 1907 Fenis Bentley 1908 Fenis Bentley 1909 Fenis Bentley 1910 Fenis Bentley 1911 Fenis Bentley 1912 C.W. Wantland 1913 C.W. Wantland 1914 C.W. Wantland 1915 C.W. Wantland 1916 C.W. Wantland 1917 C.W. Wantland 1918 C.W. Wantland 1919 C.W. Wantland 1920 Ralph Myers 1921 C.W. Wantland 1922 C.W. Wantland 1923 C.W. Wantland 1924 C.W. Wantland 1925 C.W. Wantland 1926 C.W. Wantland 1927 C.W. Wantland 1928 C.W. Wantland 1929 C.W. Wantland 1930 C.W. Wantland 1931 Claude Reeds 1932 Claude Reeds 1933 Claude Reeds 1934 Claude Reeds 1935 Claude Reeds 1936 Claude Reeds 1937 Claude Reeds 1938 Claude Reeds 1939 Claude Reeds 1940 Claude Reeds

Rank 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7. 9. 10. 11. 12.

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

Year Coach 1941 Dale Hamilton 1942 Dale Hamilton 1943-45 No Team 1946 Dale Hamilton 1947 Dale Hamilton 1948 Dale Hamilton 1949 Dale Hamilton 1950 Gene Smith 1951 Gene Smith 1952 Dale Hamilton 1953 Dale Hamilton 1954 Dale Hamilton 1955 Dale Hamilton 1956 Dale Hamilton 1957 Dale Hamilton 1958 Al Blevins 1959 Al Blevins 1960 Al Blevins 1961 Al Blevins 1962 Al Blevins 1963 Al Blevins 1964 Phil Ball 1965 Phil Ball 1966 Phil Ball 1967 Phil Ball 1968 Phil Ball 1969 Phil Ball 1970 Phil Ball 1971 Phil Ball 1972 Phil Ball 1973 Phil Ball 1974 Phil Ball 1975 Phil Ball 1976 Phil Ball 1977 Gary Howard 1978 Gary Howard 1979 Gary Howard 1980 Gary Howard

Record 6-2* 7-0* 4-4-1 7-1-1 6-2* 7-2* 7-3* 2-6 4-4 6-3 6-2-1* 8-1* 7-2* 5-2 5-4 8-1 6-4 9-1* 11-0*# 4-4-1 4-5 6-3-1 7-2 3-6-1 6-4-1 8-1-1 9-2 7-2-1 9-2*@ 6-4-1 5-5 7-4 5-6 5-5-1 7-3 11-2@ 5-4

Coaches By Wins

Coach Gary Howard C.W. Wantland Phil Ball Dale Hamilton Claude E. Reeds Al Blevins Chuck Langston Fenis Bently Tracy Holland Gene Smith Ralph Myers Boyd Hill

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Record 7-2^ 10-2# 8-1-1@ 7-3 7-2-1@ 3-5-1 2-8 4-5 0-10-1 4-6 3-7 6-4 7-3 6-3-1 8-3 9-3$ 9-2! 13-0!&$^ 8-3!&$ 5-5 3-8 5-6 9-3$ 8-2! 3-7 5-6 4-6! 7-4! 4-7 2-9 2-9 595-359-46

*-Oklahoma Collegiate Conference champion @-NAIA playoff qualifier #-NAIA national champion ^-Includes forfeit win $-NCAA Division II playoff qualifier &-Lone Star Conference champion !-Lone Star North Division champion

Years Wins 1977-02 162 1912-19, ‘21-30 101 1964-76 82 1941-49, ‘52-57 73 1931-40 56 1958-63 43 2003-07 29 1905-11 19 2008-11 15 1950-51 9 1920 4 1904 2

Coaches By Percentage

Rank Coach Years 1. Al Blevins 1958-63 2. Dale Hamilton 1941-49, ‘52-57 3. C.W. Wantland 1912-19, ‘21-30 4. Claude E. Reeds 1931-40 5. Phil Ball 1964-76 6. Gary Howard 1977-02 7 Ralph Myers 1920 8. Chuck Langston 2003-07 9. Gene Smith 1950-51 10. Boyd Hill 1904 11. Fenis Bently 1905-11 12. Tracy Holland 2008-11

Year Coach 1981 Gary Howard 1982 Gary Howard 1983 Gary Howard 1984 Gary Howard 1985 Gary Howard 1986 Gary Howard 1987 Gary Howard 1988 Gary Howard 1989 Gary Howard 1990 Gary Howard 1991 Gary Howard 1992 Gary Howard 1993 Gary Howard 1994 Gary Howard 1995 Gary Howard 1996 Gary Howard 1997 Gary Howard 1998 Gary Howard 1999 Gary Howard 2000 Gary Howard 2001 Gary Howard 2002 Gary Howard 2003 Chuck Langston 2004 Chuck Langston 2005 Chuck Langston 2006 Chuck Langston 2007 Chuck Langston 2008 Tracy Holland 2009 Tracy Holland 2010 Tracy Holland 2011 Tracy Holland Totals

Record 43-14-1 73-25-3 101-43-16 56-28-9 82-46-6 162-105-6 4-3-1 29-24-0 9-9 2-3 19-30-4 15-29

Pct. .750 .738 .681 .651 .634 .604 .563 .527 .500 .400 .396 .341

Central Oklahoma


2012 Central Oklahoma Football Wins and Losses Largest Victories

Margin Year 183 1916 157 1919 118 1922 103 1921 83 1915 83 1915 76 1915 75 1912 75 1928 70 1918 67 1919 67 1924 62 1920 62 1922 61 1913 60 1917 60 1920 59 1918 58 1923 56 1912 56 1917

Team Oklahoma City Oklahoma Baptist Carver College East Central Oklahoma City Northeastern State Southwestern Oklahoma Phillips Oklahoma Panhandle East Central Catholic College Oklahoma City East Central Oklahoma City Phillips Southwestern Oklahoma Kingfisher College Southwestern Oklahoma Oklahoma City Southeastern Oklahoma Southeastern Oklahoma

Score 183-0 157-0 118-0 103-0 83-0 83-0 76-0 75-0 75-0 70-0 67-0 69-2 69-7 62-0 61-0 66-6 60-0 59-0 58-0 56-0 56-0

Largest Defeats

Margin Year Team 99 1917 Oklahoma 83 1913 Oklahoma 81 1912 Oklahoma 81 1910 Oklahoma 80 1909 Oklahoma City 67 1914 Oklahoma 63 1910 Kingfisher College 60 1919 Tulsa 58 1905 Oklahoma 57 1910 Kingfisher College 57 1976 Angelo State 56 1941 Arkansas 54 1919 Phillips 54 1919 Oklahoma State 54 1972 Texas A&M-Commerce 53 1909 Phillips 52 1909 Oklahoma 52 1910 Oklahoma State 52 1910 Oklahoma 46 1908 Oklahoma 45 2011 Washburn

Score 99-0 83-0 81-0 81-0 80-0 67-0 63-0 66-6 58-0 57-0 57-0 56-0 54-0 54-0 54-0 58-5 55-3 52-0 52-0 52-0 48-3

Longest Winning Streaks

Games 12 10 9 7 7 6 5 5

Longest Losing Streaks

Year(s) 1909-11 2010-11 1989 2001 1976-77 1987-88 1987 2009

Started By Austin College, 23-5 Eastern New Mexico, 49-31 Mesa State, 18-17 Arkansas Tech, 32-26 Northeastern State, 14-6 Texas A&M-Commerce, 43-22 Cameron, 31-13 Texas A&M-Kingsville, 46-17

Milestone Games

No. Team 1 Oklahoma State 100 Phillips 200 Phillips 300 Southwestern Oklahoma 400 Central Arkansas 500 Eastern New Mexico 600 Angelo State 700 Northeastern State 800 Abilene Christian 900 East Central 1,000 Northeastern State

Ended By Southeastern Oklahoma, 20-14 Eastern New Mexico, 29-28 Oklahoma, 27-0 Arkansas Tech, 7-0 Langston, 40-27 Oklahoma Panhandle, 27-26

History

Games Year(s) Started Against 23* 1997-99 Southeastern Oklahoma, 23-18 15 1982-83 East Central, 21-19 14 1914-15 Oklahoma City, 16-0 13 1941-42 Southeastern Oklahoma, 25-0 11 1962 Eastern New Mexico, 25-6 10 1960-61 Emporia State, 28-7 9 Twice *-Includes forfeit win (14 straight wins without forfeit)

Year 1902 1916 1927 1938 1953 1964 1974 1983 1997 2002 2011

Broncho Football

Result Lost, 40-0 Won, 12-0 Tied, 0-0 Won, 25-3 Won, 27-7 Won, 35-34 Lost, 21-14 Won, 38-15 Lost, 28-10 Won, 22-10 Lost, 35-7

Ended Against Oklahoma Baptist, 5-0 East Central, 41-21 Southeastern Oklahoma, 14-7 Bacone, 45-7 Langston, 15-14 Angelo State, 19-11 Southeastern Oklahoma, 28-24 Southwestern Oklahoma, 41-23

Milestone Wins

No. Team 1 Oklahoma City 50 Phillips 100 Oklahoma Baptist 200 Connors Junior College 300 Southeastern Oklahoma 350 East Central 400 Eastern New Mexico 450 Carson-Newman 500 Mesa State 550 Bacone

Year 1904 1916 1924 1947 1962 1970 1978 1985 1996 2002

Score 7-0 12-0 21-14 19-6 33-7 43-21 30-14 28-9 48-10 56-21

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2012 Central Oklahoma Football

History

All-Time Series Records School Abilene Christian Angelo State Arkansas Arkansas-Monticello Arkansas Tech Austin College (Texas) Bacone Baylor Black Hills State Chadron State California-Davis Cal Poly Cal State-Northridge Cameron Capitol Hill Junior College Carson-Newman Carver College Catholic College Centenary (La.) Central Arkansas Chilocco Indian Jr. College Clarenden College (Texas) College of Emporia (Kan.) Colorado State-Pueblo Connors Junior College East Central Eastern New Mexico Eastern Washington Emporia State Evangel College (Mo.) Fort Hays State Harding Henderson State Hendrix College (Ark.) Howard Payne Incarnate Word Iowa State Jefferson University (Texas) Kingfisher College Lamar Langston Lenior-Rhyne College (N.C.) Lindenwood Logan County Louisiana Tech Memphis Naval Station Mesa State Midwestern State Missouri Western Morningside Murray Junior College

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W-L-T Pct. 11-8-1 .575 6-18-1 .260 0-4-0 .000 0-1-0 .000 2-9-0 .182 1-2-0 .333 2-0-0 1.000 1-0-0 1.000 1-0-0 1.000 2-0-0 1.000 0-2-0 .000 0-1-0 .000 1-3-0 .250 13-6-3 .659 1-0-0 1.000 1-0-0 1.000 1-0-0 1.000 1-0-0 1.000 1-4-0 .200 3-0-0 1.000 1-2-0 .333 1-0-0 1.000 1-0-0 1.000 2-0-0 1.000 2-0-0 1.000 60-18-4 .756 26-15-2 .628 1-0-0 1.000 9-3-1 .731 2-0-0 1.000 6-1-0 .857 3-0-0 1.000 3-4-0 .429 0-0-1 .500 6-0-0 1.000 0-1-0 .000 1-0-0 1.000 0-1-0 .000 7-10-1 .417 0-1-0 .000 32-5-1 .855 1-0-0 1.000 0-1-0 .000 1-1-0 .500 0-1-0 .000 2-0-0 1.000 8-2-0 .800 3-4-1 .438 0-2-0 .000 1-1-0 .500 1-0-0 1.000

School Nebraska-Kearney Nebraska-Omaha New Mexico Highlands North Alabama North Texas Northeastern A&M Juco Northeastern State Northern Colorado Northern Oklahoma College Northwest Louisiana Northwest Missouri Northwestern Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Junior Varsity Oklahoma Baptist Oklahoma City H.S. Oklahoma City Oklahoma Military Instit. Oklahoma Panhandle Oklahoma State Ouachita Baptist College of the Ozarks (Ark.) Phillips Pittsburg State Presbyterian (S.C.) Saginaw Valley State (Mich.) Sam Houston State St. Benedict’s (Kan.) Southeastern Oklahoma Southern Arkansas Southern Utah Southwest Baptist Southwest Missouri Southwestern Kansas Stephen F. Austin Southwestern Oklahoma Tarleton State Texas A&M-Commerce Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas Lutheran Texas Naval Station Trinity College (Texas) Tulsa Washburn West Texas A&M Western New Mexico Western State Western Washington Will Rogers Air Force Base

W-L-T Pct. 2-1-0 .667 0-1-0 .000 1-1-0 .500 0-1-0 .000 0-1-0 .000 2-0-0 1.000 45-25-2 .639 0-2-0 .000 4-1-1 .750 1-6-0 .143 2-2-0 .500 56-11-2 .826 1-16-1 .083 2-0-0 1.000 15-3-3 .786 1-0-0 1.000 17-7-5 .672 0-1-0 .000 18-3-1 .841 5-16-0 .238 3-1-0 .750 2-0-0 1.000 10-6-3 .605 3-5-1 .389 1-0-0 1.000 0-1-0 .000 0-1-0 .000 2-2-0 .500 48-22-2 .681 1-1-0 .500 3-1-0 .750 2-1-0 .667 7-1-0 .875 4-2-1 .643 0-1-0 .000 58-26-3 .684 6-4-0 .600 11-16-0 .407 4-20-0 .167 3-3-0 .500 0-1-0 .000 1-0-0 1.000 3-8-0 .273 0-1-0 .000 11-8-1 .575 1-0-0 1.000 6-0-0 1.000 1-1-0 .500 2-0-0 1.000

Bold-Indicates 2012 opponent

Central Oklahoma


the mid-ameriCa interCOllegiate athletiCs assOCiatiOn Central Oklahoma is in its first year as a member of the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association. The MIAA, a 15-member conference of NCAA Division II institutions in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Oklahoma, was first organized in 1912 as the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association. Over the past 100 years, the MIAA has gained the reputation of being one of the top NCAA Division II conferences in the nation. MIAA schools have won 15 NCAA team championships and, since 1964, over 160 individual national titles. The MIAA currently conducts championships in eight sports for men and nine for women. For the men, champions are crowned in football, cross country, basketball, indoor and outdoor track & field, baseball, tennis and golf. The women compete for titles in volleyball, cross country, soccer, basketball, indoor and outdoor track & field, softball, golf and tennis. The MIAA turned a new page on July 1, 1992, when the NCAA Division II conference changed its name from the Missouri Intercollegiate Athletic Association to the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association. The decision to make the change originated in 1989, when Pittsburg State and Washburn became the first schools outside the state of Missouri to gain membership in the MIAA. The conference was first organized in 1912 with 14 member institutions. Of those original members, Central Missouri, Truman State and Northwest Missouri State still remain a part of the MIAA. The first change in membership came in 1924, when the MIAA reorganized to include only the five regional Missouri state colleges: Central Missouri, Truman (at the time known as Northeast Missouri

State), Northwest Missouri, Southeast Missouri State and Southwest Missouri State (now Missouri State). Over the next 56 years, three schools joined the membership: Missouri School of Mines (later Missouri-Rolla) in 1935, Lincoln in 1970 and the Missouri-St. Louis in 1980. Ken Jones became the first full-time commissioner of the MIAA in 1981 and would be in the position for 16 years, retiring in 1997. Ralph McFillen succeeded Jones, serving 10 years before his retirement in 2007. Jim Johnson succeeded McFillen in July of that year and served as commissioner until September of 2010, when Dr. Bob Boerigter took over. Southwest Baptist brought membership back to eight schools in 1986, before the major expansion of the conference in 1989. Pittsburg State, Washburn, Missouri Southern and Missouri Western began competition in the 1989-90 season. Southeast Missouri State left the MIAA following the 1990-91 season and was replaced by Emporia State in the 1991-92 season. Missouri-St. Louis departed the MIAA in 1996, Missouri-Rolla left in 2005 and Lincoln forfeited its membership in 1999. Fort Hays State joined the MIAA in 2006, NebraskaOmaha entered the league in 2008 and Lincoln re-joined the conference in 2010. On July 29, 2010, the MIAA CEO Council voted to extend invitations to UCO and Northeastern State to become members of the league and on Sept. 24, 2010 it voted to extend invitations to Nebraska-Kearney and Lindenwood. Nebraska-Omaha left the league in 2011 and Truman State will do the same next year, which will leave 14 schools in the MIAA.

mid-ameriCa interCOllegiate athletiCs assOCiatiOn Address: 114 West 11th Street (Suite 105), Kansas City, Mo. 64105 Phone: (816) 421-MIAA (6422) Media Relations Fax: (816) 421-6429 Web: www.themiaa.com Commissioner: Dr. Bob Boerigter Assistant Commissioner for Championships and Business Development: Larry House Assistant Commissioner for Compliance and Internal Operations/SWA: Amber Feldman Director of Communications: TBA

Larry House

Dr. Bob Boerigter

Amber Feldman


2012 BrONchO fOOtBAll Aug. 30

Missouri Southern

EDMOND

7pm

Sept. 8

at Pittsburg State

Pittsburg, Kan.

6pm

Sept. 15

at Emporia State

Emporia, Kan.

1pm

Sept. 22 Washburn

EDMOND

2:35pm

Sept. 29

at Missouri Western State

St. Joseph, Mo.

6pm

Oct. 6

Northwest Missouri State EDMOND

1pm

Oct. 13

at Central Missouri

Warrensburg, Mo.

1:30pm

Oct. 27

at Lincoln

Jefferson City, Mo. 2pm

Nov. 3

Southwest Baptist

EDMOND

2pm

Nov. 10

Northeastern State

EDMOND

1pm

Celebrating the 30th and 50th Anniversaries of Broncho National Championships

1962 Naia NatioNal ChampioNs

1982 Naia NatioNal ChampioNs

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