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2011 UWA Football Record Book Sept. 1 at South Alabama Mobile, Ala. Ladd Peebles Stadium

Sept. 10 vs. Tarleton State Livingston, Ala. Tiger Stadium

Sept. 17 vs. Central State Livingston, Ala. Tiger Stadium

INSIDE JAGUARS FOOTBALL: Location: ......................................... Mobile, Ala. Web Address: .................... www.usajaguars.com National Affiliation: .. NCAA FBS transitional 2011 Conference: .................................................... n/a Stadium (Capacity): ........ Ladd-Peebles (38,888) Surface: ............................................. Field Turf Colors: .......................... Blue, Red, and White Nickname: ............................................... Jaguars Enrollment: ............................................... 15,007 President: ............................... V.Gordon Moulton Athletic Director: ...................... Dr. Joel Erdmann SID: .................................... Brian Fremund Office Phone: .................................251-414-8032 Fax Number: ..................................251-460-7297 Head Coach: ......................................Joey Jones Alma Mater/Year: ..........................Alabama/1989 Overall Record/Years: ......................20-7/3 Years School Record/Years: ......................17-0/2 Years 2009 Record: ................................................10-0 Offense: ...............Multiple One- and Two-Back Defense: ......................................... Multiple 3-4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: .......................... 56/15 Starters Returning/Lost: ................................ 18/6 Series Record: ................................ First Meeting Last Meeting: .................................. First Meeting

INSIDE TEXANS FOOTBALL: Location: ............................... Stephenville, Texas Web Address: ................www.tarletonsports.com National Affiliation: .....................NCAA Division II Conference: ......................................... Lone Star Stadium (Capacity): ..................Memorial (7,500) Surface: .................................................. Artificial Colors: ..................................... Purple and White Nickname: .................................................Texans Enrollment: ................................................. 9,462 President: ............................. F. Dominic Dottavio Athletic Director: ...........................Lonn Reisman SID: .................................................Joey Roberts Office Phone: .................................254-968-9077 Fax Number: ..................................254-968-9674 Head Coach: .....................................Cary Fowler Alma Mater/Year: ................... Murray State/1994 Overall Record/Years: .........................3-8/ 1 Year School Record/Years: .........................3-8/ 1 Year 2010 Record: ..................................................3-8 Offense: ...................................................Multiple Defense: .......................................................4-2-5 Lettermen Returning/Lost: .......................... 40’25 Starters Returning/Lost: ................................ 17/7 Series Record: ................................ First Meeting Last Meeting: .................................. First Meeting

INSIDE MARAUDERS FOOTBALL: Location: .................................. Wilberforce, Ohio Web Address: ............ www.maraudersports.com National Affiliation: .....................NCAA Division II Conference: ..................................... Independent Stadium (Capacity): .............. McPherson (7,000) Surface: ..................................................... Grass Colors: ..................................... Maroon and Gold Nickname: ...........................................Marauders Enrollment: ................................................. 2,171 President: ................................. John W. Garland Athletic Director: ............... Kellen B. Winslow, Sr. SID: ................................................. Ken Marshall Office Phone: .................................937-376-6681 Fax Number: ..................................937-376-6291 Head Coach: ...................................... E. J. Junior Alma Mater/Year: ..........................Alabama/???? Overall Record/Years: ......................2-19/2 Years School Record/Years: ......................2-19/2 Years 2010 Record: ..................................................1-9 Offense: ......................................................... Pro Defense: ..........................................................4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: ............................. N/A Starters Returning/Lost: ...............................11/11 Series Record: ................................ First Meeting Last Meeting: .................................. First Meeting

2011 JAGUARS SCHEDULE 9.1 vs. West Alabama 9.10 vs. Lamar 9.17 at North Carolina State 9.24 at Kent State 10.8 at Texas- San Antonio 10.15 Tennessee- Martin 10.22 at Georgia State 10.29 Henderson (Ark.) State 11.3 Mississippi Valley State 11.19 Cal Poly

6:30 p.m. tba 5 p.m. tba 1 p.m. tba tba tba tba tba

2011 TEXANS SCHEDULE 9.1 Abilene Christian 9.10 at West Alabama 9.17 at Texas State 9.24 at Eastern New Mexico 10.1 West Texas A&M 10.8 at Midwestern State 10.15 Texas A&M- Commerce 10.22 at Texas A&M- Kingsville 10.29 Incarnate Word 11.5 Millsaps 11.12 at Angelo State

7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m.

2011 MARAUDER SCHEDULE 8.28 vs. West Alabama 9.2 at Georgia State 9.18 at Pikeville 9.25 Georgetown 10.2 Faulkner 10.9 at Cumberland 10.16 at Belhaven 10.23 Cumberland 10.30 Webber International 11.6 Union 11.13 at Bethel

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

2010 JAGUARS RESULTS 9.4 Pikeville (Ky.) 9.18 Nicholls State 9.25 Edward Waters (Fla.) 10.2 Kentucky Wesleyan 10.9 Missouri S&T 10.16 at Lamar 10.23 at UC Davis 10.30 Georgia State 11.6 Hernderson (Ark.) State 11.11 Arkansas-Monticello

W, 56-0 W, 39-21 W, 64-0 W, 52-3 W, 45-6 W, 26-0 W, 24-21 W, 39-34 W, 37-31 W, 31-14

2010 TEXANS RESULTS 9.2 Northeastern State 9.11 at Central Oklahoma 9.18 at Northwestern State 9.25 at Abilene Christian 10.2 Angelo State 10.9 at West Texas A&M 10.16 at Texas A&M Commerce 10.23 Texas A&M Kingsville 10.30 at Midwestern State 11.6 Incarnate Word 11.3 Eastern New Mexico

L, 23-31 L, 21-37 L, 14-17 L, 3-65 W, 37-34 L, 17-48 W, 34-31 L, 10-3 L, 26-31 W, 41-27 L, 10-35

2010 MARAUDER RESULTS 9.4 vs. West Virginia State 9.11 at Alabama A&M 9.18 Kentucky Wesleyan 9.25 at Dayton 10.2 Notre Dame College (Ohio) 10.9 Kentucky State 10.16 Saint Augustine 10.23 at Southwest Baptist 10.30 at Lambuth 11.6 at Urban (Ohio) 11.13 at Stillman

W, 34-14 L, 0-45 L,33-38 L, 13-45 L, 13-16 L, 24-41 L, 14-21 L, 0-52 L, 6-42 L, 12-40 L, 10-44

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Sept. 24 at Arkansas Tech Russellville, Ark. Thone Stadium

Oct. 1 vs. Harding Livingston, Ala. Tiger Stadium

Oct. 8 vs. Southern Arkansas Livingston, Ala. Tiger Stadium

INSIDE WONDER BOY FOOTBALL: Location: ....................................Russellville, Ark. Web Address: ............................athletics.atu.edu National Affiliation: ........................... NCAA Div. II Conference: ................................ Great American Stadium (Capacity): ...................... Thone (6,500) Surface: .........................................Natural Grass Colors: .............................................. Green/Gold Nickname: ...................................... Wonder Boys Enrollment: ................................................. 9,801 President: ............................Dr. Robert C. Brown Athletic Director: .............................Steve Mullins SID: ............................................. Ben Greenburg Office Phone: .................................479-968-0645 Fax Number: ..................................479-964-0829 Head Coach: ...................................Steve Mullins Alma Mater/Year: .................Arkansas-Monticello Overall Record/Years: ..................89-61/14 Years School Record/Years: ...................89-61/14Years 2010 Record: ..................................................4-7 Offense: ................................................... Spread Defense: .......................................................3-3-5 Lettermen Returning/Lost: .......................... 41/24 Starters Returning/Lost: .............................. 10/16 Series Record: .................................... Tech, 11-6 Last Meeting: ..................(10-23-10) UWA, 49-26

INSIDE BISONS FOOTBALL: Location: ...........................................Searcy, Ark. Web Address: ................www.hardingsports.com National Affiliation: .....................NCAA Division II Conference: ................................ Great American Stadium (Capacity): ............First Security (6,500) Surface: ................................................. Pro Play Colors: .........................................Black and Gold Nickname: ................................................. Bisons Enrollment: ................................................. 6,613 President: ...............................Dr. David B. Burks Athletic Director: ........................... Greg Harnden SID: .................................................. Scott Goode Office Phone: .................................501-279-4305 Fax Number: ..................................501-279-4138 Head Coach: ............................. Ronnie Huckeba Alma Mater/Year: ........................... Harding/1978 Overall Record/Years: ....................18-22/4 Years School Record/Years: ....................18-22/4 Years 2010 Record: ..................................................6-4 Offense: .................................................... Option Defense: ..........................................................3-4 Lettermen Returning/Lost: ..........................34-19 Starters Returning/Lost: ...............................11/11 Series Record: ................................. Harding, 9-7 Last Meeting: ....................(10-9-10) UWA, 22-17

INSIDE MULERIDERS FOOTBALL: Location: ....................................... Magnolia, Ark. Web Address: ......... www.muleriderathletics.com National Affiliation: .....................NCAA Division II Conference: ................................ Great American Stadium (Capacity): ..................... Wilkins (6,000) Surface: ..................................................... Grass Colors: ......................... Royal Blue and Old Gold Nickname: ........................................... Muleriders Enrollment: ................................................. 3,117 President: .......................................David Rankin Athletic Director: ..................................Jay Adcox SID: .............................................. Houston Taylor Office Phone: .................................870-235-4104 Fax Number: ..................................870-235-4988 Head Coach: ..................................... Bill Keopple Alma Mater/Year: ........... Central Arkansas(1982) Overall Record/Years: ......................4-16/2 Years School Record/Years: ......................4-16/2 Years 2010 Record: ..................................................1-9 Offense: ...................................................Multiple Defense: ..........................................................4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: .......................... 40/17 Starters Returning/Lost: ................................ 13/9 Series Record: .................................. SAU, 15-12 Last Meeting: .......... (10-30-10) SAU, 30-27 (OT)

2011 WONDERBOY SCHEDULE 9.3 at Arkansas-Monticello 9.10 at Southwest Baptist 9.17 Delta State 9.24 West Alabama 10.1 Central Missouri 10.8 North Alabama 10.15 at Southern Arkansas 10.22 SE Oklahoma 10.29 East Central 11.3 at SW Oklahoma

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

2011 MULERIDERS SCHEDULE 9.3 Harding 9.10 at SW Oklahoma State 9.17 SE Oklahoma State 9.24 at Valdosta State 10.1 North Alabama 10.8 at West Alabama 10.15 Arkansas Tech 10.22 at Ouachita Baptist 11.5 Arkansas Monticello 11.12 at East Central (Okla.)

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

2010 WONDERBOY RESULTS 9.2 Lambuth University 9.9 at Delta State 9.18 Henderson State 9.25 at Arkansas-Monticello 10.2 at North Alabama 10.9 Ouachita Baptist 10.16 Southern Arkansas 10.23 at West Alabama 10.30 Valdosta State 11.6 at. Harding 11.13 Southwest Baptist

2011 BISONS SCHEDULE 9.3 at Southern Arkansas 9.10 Henderson State 9.15 Shepherd Technical 9.24 at North Alabama 10.1 at West Alabama 10.8 West Georgia 10.15 at Northeastern State 10.22 SW Oklahoma State 10.29 Ouachita Baptist 11.5 at East Central 11.12 SE Oklahoma State

W, 34-19 L, 25-27 L, 21-45 W, 30-25 L, 0-28 L, 7-28 W, 35-19 L, 26-49 L, 7-21 L, 7-42 W, 42-14

2010 BISONS RESULTS 9.4 Southern Arkansas 9.16 at West Georgia 9.25 at Ouachita Baptist 10.2 Lambuth 10.9 West Alabama 10.16 at Delta State 10.23 at Henderson State 10.30 Arkansas-Monticello 11.6 Arkansas Tech 11.13 North Alabama

2010 MULERIDERS RESULTS 9.4 at Harding 9.11 at Texas State 9.18 at North Alabama 9.25 Valdosta State 10.2 at West Georgia 10.9 Henderson State 10.16 at Arkansas Tech 10.30 West Alabama 11.06 at Arkansas-Monticello 11.13 Ouachita Baptist

L, 0-20 L, 17-31 L, 6-48 L, 0-27 L, 17-31 L, 17-28 L, 19-35 W, 30-27 L, 23-28 L, 34-52

7 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. W, 20-0 L, 21-28 L, 34-37 W, 27-0 L, 17-22 W, 38-35 L, 28-33 W, 33-26 W, 42-7 W, 29-28


2011 UWA Football Record Book Oct. 15 at Valdosta State Valdosta, Ga. Bazemore-Hyder Stadium

Oct. 20 at West Georgia Carrolton, Ga. University Stadium

Oct. 27 vs. North Alabama Livingston, Ala. Tiger Stadium

INSIDE BLAZERS FOOTBALL: Location: ........................................ Valdosta, Ga. Web Address: ................ www.vstateblazers.com National Affiliation: .....................NCAA Division II Conference: ........................................ Gulf South Stadium (Capacity): ... Bazemore-Hyder (10,500) Surface: ......................................... Synthetic Turf Colors: ..........................................Red and Black Nickname: ................................................ Blazers Enrollment: ............................................... 13,100 President: ......................... Dr. Ronald M. Zaccari Athletic Director: ...........................Herb Reinhard SID: ................................................. Shawn Reed Office Phone: .................................229-333-5903 Fax Number: ..................................229-333-5972 Head Coach: ..................................... David Dean Alma Mater/Year: ..................Georgia State/1986 Overall Record/Years: .................... 36-11/4 Years School Record/Years: .................... 36-11/4 Years 2010 Record: ..................................................8-3 Offense: ................................................... Spread Defense: ..........................................................4-3 Lettermen Returning/Lost: .......................... 41/27 Starters Returning/Lost: .............................. 12/13 Series Record: .................................... VSU, 27-2 Last Meeting: .................. (11-11-10) UWA, 24-21

INSIDE WOLVES FOOTBALL: Location: .......................................Carrollton, Ga. Web Address: ..................... www.uwgsports.com National Affiliation: .....................NCAA Division II Conference: ........................................ Gulf South Stadium (Capacity): .................University (9,500) Surface: ................................................... Natural Colors: ........................................... Red and Blue Nickname: ................................................ Wolves Enrollment: ............................................... 11,250 President: ........................ Dr. Beheruz H. Sethna Athletic Director: ..............................Daryl Dickey SID: .....................................................Mitch Gray Office Phone: .................................678-839-6542 Fax Number: ..................................678-839-6538 Head Coach: ....................................Daryl Dickey Alma Mater/Year: .......................Tennessee/1986 Overall Record/Years: ....................32-23/6 Years School Record/Years: ......................4-26/3 Years 2010 Record: ..................................................3-7 Offense: ...................................................Multiple Defense: ...................................................Multiple Lettermen Returning/Lost: .......................... 42/12 Starters Returning/Lost: ................................ 19/9 Series Record: ................................. UWG, 18-10 Last Meeting: ......................(9-23-10) UWA, 28-7

INSIDE LIONS FOOTBALL: Location: ........................................ Florence, Ala. Web Address: ........................www.roarlions.com National Affiliation: .....................NCAA Division II Conference: ........................................ Gulf South Stadium (Capacity): ...... Braly Municipal (14,125) Surface: ..................................................... Grass Colors: ....................................... Purple and Gold Nickname: ................................................... Lions Enrollment: ................................................. 7,300 President: .................................. Dr. William Cale Athletic Director: ............................... Mark Linder SID: ...................................................Jeff Hodges Office Phone: .................................256-765-4595 Fax Number: ..................................256-765-4659 Head Coach: .................................. Terry Bowden Alma Mater/Year: ...................West Virginia/1978 Overall Record/Years: .............131-59-2/17 Years School Record/Years: ......................20-6/2 Years 2010 Record: ..................................................9-4 Offense: ................................................... Spread Defense: ...................................................Mulitple Lettermen Returning/Lost: .......................... 39/33 Starters Returning/Lost: ................................ 9/16 Series Record: ............................... UNA, 47-15-1 Last Meeting: .....................(11-6-10) UNA, 24-23

2011 BLAZERS SCHEDULE 9.3 at Wingate 9.8 Newberry 9.17 at Alabany State 9.24 Southern Arkansas 10.1 at Arkansas- Monticello 10.8 at Ouachita 10.15 West Alabama 10.22 at Delta State 10.29 West Georgia 11.12 North Alabama

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

2011 WOLVES SCHEDULE 9.3 at Tusculum 9.15 Miles 9.24 Arkansas- Monticello 10.1 Henderson State 10.8 at Harding 10.15 St. Augustine 10.20 West Alabama 10.29 at Valdosta State 11.5 at North Alabama 11.12 Delta State

2011 LIONS SCHEDULE 9.1 Central Oklahoma 9.10 Glenville State (W.V.) 9.17 Abilene Christian 9.24 Harding 10.1 at Southern Arkansas 10.8 at Arkansas Tech 10.15 Delta State 10.27 at West Alabama 11.5 West Georgia 11.12 at Valdosta State

2010 BLAZERS RESULTS 9.4 Wingate 9.11 at Newberry 9.18 Delta State 9.25 at Southern Arkansas 10.2 Ouachita Baptist 10.14 at North Alabama 10.23 Arkansas- Monticello 10.30 at Arkansas Tech 11.6 West Georgia 11.11 at West Alabama 11.20 North Alabama

W, 25-22 W, 45-17 L, 23-27 W, 27-0 W, 21-19 W, 5-0 W, 21-17 W, 21-7 W, 31-13 L, 21-24 L, 20-43

2010 WOLVES RESULTS 8.28 Wingate 9.4 Concordia 9.16 Harding 9.23 at West Alabama 10.2 Southern Arkansas 10.9 North Alabama 10.16 at Arkansas-Monticello 10.23 Delta State 11.6 at Valdosta State 11.13 at Henderson State

1 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. L, 7-10 W, 24-20 W, 28-21 L, 7-28 W, 31-17 L, 10-17 L, 24-31 L, 34-54 L, 13-31 L, 6-40

7 p.m. 6 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m.

2010 LIONS RESULTS 9.4 Henderson State W, 27-10 9.11 at Glenville State (W.V.) W, 54-10 9.18 Southern Arkansas W, 48-6 9.25 at Lambuth W, 31-0 10.2 Arkansas Tech W, 28-0 10.9 at West Georgia W, 17-10 10.14 Valdosta State L, 5-0 10.23 at Ouachita Baptist L, 23-24 (ot) 10.28 at Delta State W, 31-7 11.6 West Alabama W, 24-23 11.13 at Harding L,28-29 11.20 at Valdosta State W, 43-20 11.27 at Delta State L, 47-24

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Nov. 5 at Delta State Cleveland, Miss. McCool Stadium

Nov. 12 vs. Georgia State Livingston, Ala. Tiger Stadium

INSIDE STATESMEN FOOTBALL: Location: ....................................Cleveland, Miss. Web Address: ................. www.gostatesmen.com National Affiliation: .....................NCAA Division II Conference: ........................................ Gulf South Stadium (Capacity): .................... McCool (8,125) Surface: .........................................Natural Grass Colors: ...........................Forest Green and White Nickname: ...........................................Statesmen Enrollment: ................................................. 4,321 President: .............................. Dr. John M. Hilpert Athletic Director: ........................ Jeremy McClain SID: .................................................... Matt Jones Office Phone: .................................662-846-4284 Fax Number: ..................................662-846-4297 Head Coach: ....................................Ron Roberts Alma Mater/Year: ......... Tennessee-Martin (1988) Overall Record/Years: ................... 36-13/5 Years School Record/Years: ....................36-13/5 Years 2010 Record: ................................................ 11-4 Offense: ...................................... Spread Multiple Defense: .......................................................3-3-5 Lettermen Returning/Lost: .......................... 48/20 Starters Returning/Lost: ................................ 17/7 Series Record: ............................... DSU, 33-20-3 Last Meeting: .................... (9-30-10) DSU, 41-37

INSIDE PANTHERS FOOTBALL: Location: ........................................... Atlanta, Ga. Web Address: ........ www.georgiastatesports.com National Affiliation: ........... NCAA Division I (FCS) Conference: ............................... Colonial Athletic Stadium (Capacity): ....... Georgia Dome (28,155) Surface: ................................................ Field Turf Colors: .........................................Blue and White Nickname: ..............................................Panthers Enrollment: ............................................... 31,000 President: ..............................Dr. Mark B. Becker Athletic Director: ........................ Cheryl L. Levick SID: .............................................. Allison George Office Phone: .................................404-413-4032 Fax Number: ..................................404-413-4001 Head Coach: ......................................... Bill Curry Alma Mater/Year: ................ Georgia Tech (1965) Overall Record/Years: .............89-110-4/18 Years School Record/Years: ........................6-5/1 Years 2010 Record: ..................................................6-5 Offense: ...................................................Multiple Defense: ...................................................Multiple Lettermen Returning/Lost: ............................ 56/8 Starters Returning/Lost: ................................ 21/3 Series Record: ................................ First Meeting Last Meeting: .................................. First Meeting

2011 STATESMEN SCHEDULE 9.1 at Northwestern State 9.10 at Fort Valley State 9.17 at Arkansas Tech 9.24 at Henderson State 10.1 Ouachita Baptist 10.6 Arkansas-Monticello 10.13 at North Alabama 10.22 Valdosta State 11.5 West Alabama 11.12 at West Georgia

2011 PANTHERS SCHEDULE 9.1 Clark Atlanta 9.10 Old Dominion 9.17 at Jacksonville State 9.24 at Houston 10.8 Murray State 10.15 at South Carolina State 10.22 South Alabama 10.29 at UTSA 11.5 St. Fancis 11.12 at West Alabama 11.19 Campbell

2010 STATESMEN RESULTS 9.4 at Jackson State 9.9 Arkansas Tech 9.18 at Valdosta State 9.25 Henderson State 9.30 West Alabama 10.7 at Arkansas-Monticello 10.16 Harding 10.23 at West Georgia 10.28 North Alabama 11.6 at Ouachita Baptist 11.13 at Lambuth 11.27 North Alabama 12.4 Albany State University 12.11 Shepard University 12.18 Minnesota Duluth

6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. L, 17-32 W, 27-25 W, 27-23 W, 41-37 W, 41-37 W, 34-20 L, 35-38 W, 54-34 L, 7-31 W, 33-27 W, 41-17 W, 47-24 W, 28-7 W, 29-17 L, 17-20

2010 PANTHERS RESULTS 9.2 Shorter 9.11 Lambuth 9.18 Jacksonville State 9.25 at Campbell 10.2 Morehead State 10.9 Savannah State 10.16 N.C. Central 10.23 at Old Dominion 10.30 at South Alabama 11.6 Lamar 11.18 at Alabama

2011 Sports Information Directory Arkansas Tech ............................athletics.atu.edu Football Contact .......................... Ben Greenberg Office ..............................................479-968-0645 E-mail .................................bgreenberg@atu.edu

6:30 p.m. 11 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 7 p.m. 12 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 12 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 12 p.m. W, 41-7 L, 14-23 L, 27-34 (ot) W, 24-21 W, 37-10 W, 55-21 W, 20-17 (ot) L, 20-34 L, 34-39 W, 23-17 L, 7-63

Central State............... www.maraudersports.com Football Contact ....................... Kenneth Marshall Office ..............................................937-376-6681 E-mail ...................... kmarshall@centralstate.edu Delta State ....................... www.gostatesmen.com Football Contact ................................. Matt Jones Office ..............................................662-846-4284 E-mail ..................................matt@deltastate.edu Georgia State ......... www.georgiastatesports.com Football Contact ........................... Allison George Office ..............................................404-413-4032 E-mail ..................................... ageorge@gsu.edu Harding ...........................www.hardingsports.com Football Contact ............................... Scott Goode Office ..............................................501-279-4760 E-mail .................................sgoode@harding.edu North Alabama ........................www.roarlions.com Football Contact ................................Jeff Hodges Office ..............................................256-765-4595 E-mail .......................sportsinformation@una.edu South Alabama ................... www.usajaguars.com Football Contact ........................... Brian Fremund Office ..............................................251-414-8032 E-mail ............................bfremund@usouthal.edu Southern Arkansas .. www.muleriderathletics.com Football Contact ..................... Dr. Houston Taylor Office ..............................................870-235-4104 E-mail ................................. sausid@saumag.edu Tarleton State .................www.tarletonsports.com Football Contact ..............................Joey Roberts Office ..............................................254-968-9077 E-mail ................................ jroberts@tarleton.edu Valdosta State ................ www.vstateblazers.com Football Contact .............................. Shawn Reed Office ..............................................229-333-5903 E-mail ...............................msreed@valdosta.edu West Georgia....................... www.uwgsports.com Football Contact ..................................Mitch Gray Office ..............................................678-839-6542 E-mail ...................................mgray@westga.edu


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South Alabama First Meeting

Tarleton State First Meeting

Arkansas Tech ATU leads 11-6 UWA, 14-12 UWA, 31-0 UWA, 16-13 ATU, 53-15 UWA, 38-24 ATU, 41-17 ATU, 44-27 ATU, 32-17 ATU, 47-20 ATU, 32-10 ATU, 25-0 ATU, 20-17 ATU, 42-28 ATU, 27-21 ATU, 26-24 UWA, 35-30 UWA, 49-26

Sept. 11 Nov. 4 Nov. 3 Oct. 5 Oct. 4 Sept. 30 Sept. 29 Sept. 6 Sept. 3 Oct. 9

Searcy, Ark. Livingston, Ala. Searcy, Ark. Searcy, Ark. Livingston, Ala. Searcy, Ark. Livingston, Ala. Searcy, Ark. Livingston, Ala. Searcy, Ark.

Southern Arkansas SAU leads 15-12

Central State First Meeting

1971 1982 1983 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2008 2009 2010

HU, 21-19 UWA, 35-21 HU, 44-10 HU, 38-10 HU, 26-21 HU, 24-16 HU, 36-31 HU, 37-27 UWA, 33-19 UWA, 22-17

Dec. 11 Birmingham, Ala. Sept. 11 Russellville, Ark. Sept. 10 Livingston, Ala. Oct. 14 Livingston, Ala. Sept. 7 Livingston, Ala. Sept. 6 Russellville, Ark. Sept. 19 Russellville, Ark. Sept. 18 Livingston, Ala. Oct. 7 Russellville, Ark. Oct. 6 Livingston, Ala. Nov. 2 Russellville, Ark. Nov. 1 Livingston, Ala. Sept. 25 Livingston, Ala. Sept. 24 Russellville, Ark. Sept. 11 Russellville, Ark. Sept. 10 Livingston, Ala. Oct. 23 Livingston, Ala.

1952 1953 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1974 1975 1998 1999 2000 2001 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

SAU, 6-0 SAU, 18-2 SAU, 35-13 UWA, 20-0 UWA, 7-0 UWA, 13-0 SAU, 10-7 SAU, 30-20 SAU, 25-7 UWA, 41-6 UWA, 27-19 UWA, 24-0 UWA, 7-0 UWA, 38-31 UWA, 14-13 UWA, 31-14 SAU, 58-13 SAU, 30-24 SAU, 35-21 SAU, 38-7 SAU, 27-22 SAU, 23-13 UWA, 24-17 SAU, 31-17 UWA, 17-14 SAU, 38-30 SAU, 30-27

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Livingston, Ala. Magnolia, Ark. Magnolia, Ark. Livingston, Ala. Magnolia, Ark. Livingston, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Magnolia, Ark. Livingston, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Magnolia, Ark. Livingston, Ala. Magnolia, Ark. Livingston, Ala. Magnolia, Ark. Livingston, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Magnolia, Ark. Livingston, Ala. Magnolia, Ark. Magnolia, Ark. Livingston, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Magnolia, Ark. Livingston, Ala. Magnolia, Ark. Magnolia, Ark.

Nov. 13 Nov. 12 Oct. 13 Oct. 19 Oct. 18 Sept. 19 Oct. 8 Oct. 7 Oct. 6 Oct. 12 Oct. 10 Oct. 2

Valdosta, Ga. Livingston, Ala. Valdosta, Ga. Livingston, Ala. Valdosta, Ga. Livingston, Ala. Valdosta, Ga. Livingston, Ala. Valdosta, Ga. Livingston, Ala. Valdosta, Ga. Valdosta, Ga.

Valdosta State VSU leads 27-2

Harding HU leads 9-7 1961 1962 1980 1981 1995 1996

UWA, 14-10 HU, 17-7 UWA, 47-14 UWA, 19-0 UWA, 15-14 HU, 31-26

Oct. 28 Oct. 27 Oct. 18 Oct. 17 Sept. 2 Sept. 21

Livingston, Ala. Searcy, Ark. Livingston, Ala. Searcy, Ark. Livingston, Ala. Searcy, Ark.

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VSU, 22-21 VSU, 29-14 VSU, 17-16 UWA, 10-5 VSU, 17-12 VSU, 19-9 VSU, 20-7 VSU, 17-6 VSU, 46-7 VSU, 20-7 VSU, 42-15 VSU, 42-13

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Oc.t 1 Oct. 7 Oct. 19 Oct. 18 Oct. 10 Oct. 9 Oct. 21 Oct. 20 Oct. 26 Oct. 25 Oct. 16 Oct. 15 Oct. 21 Oct. 20 Sept. 27 Sept. 26 Nov. 11

Livingston, Ala. Valdosta, Ga. Livingston, Ala. Valdosta, Ga. Valdosta, Ga. Livingston, Ala. Valdosta, Ga. Livingston, Ala. Valdosta, Ga. Livingston, Ala. Valdosta, Ga. Livingston, Ala. Valdosta, Ga. Livingston, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Valdosta, Ga. Livingston, Ala.

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Cleveland, Miss. Cleveland, Miss. Livingston, Ala. Cleveland, Miss. Livingston, Ala.

West Georgia UWG leads 18-10 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

UWA, 28-14 UWA, 38-24 UWG, 24-14 UWA, 28-17 UWA, 17-14 UWG, 13-0 UWG, 36-14 UWA, 33-27 UWA, 32-21 UWG, 47-13 UWG, 27-22 UWG, 55-21 UWG, 31-7 UWG, 47-23 UWG, 48-15 UWG, 30-3 UWG, 20-6 UWG, 31-10 UWG, 35,14 UWA, 35-32 UWG, 38-35 UWG, 38-20 UWG, 41-0 UWA, 24-14 UWG, 30-28 UWA, 48-10 UWG, 10--9 UWA, 28-7

Delta State DSU leads 33-20-3 1940 1946 1947 1948 1949

T, 0-0 UWA, 14-0 UWA, 7-0 DSU, 27-6 UWA, 7-0

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UWA, 22-6 DSU, 67-6 DSU, 40-0 DSU, 39-19 DSU, 67-19 DSU, 28-0 DSU, 28-0 DSU, 39-7 UWA, 24-13 UWA, 34-17 DSU, 35-21 UWA, 45-21 DSU,17-14 DSU, 49-40 DSU, 24-14 UWA, 10-7 DSU, 32-7 DSU, 7-3 DSU, 34-24 UWA, 10-0 UWA, 17-15 UWA, 21-7 UWA, 14-7 UWA, 47-15 DSU, 27-24 UWA, 13-6 UWA, 27-15 T, 7-7 DSU,12-11 T, 24-24 DSU, 36-18 UWA, 25-18 UWA, 30-24 UWA, 60-55 DSU, 30-7 DSU, 41-3 DSU, 42-13 DSU, 27-13 DSU, 38-18 DSU, 27-20 DSU, 33-8 DSU, 47-7 UWA, 30-24 DSU, 47-17 DSU, 59-7 DSU, 43-14 DSU, 41-14 DSU, 20-9 DSU, 21-14 UWA, 34-14 DSU, 41-37

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North Alabama UNA leads 47-15-1 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1986 1987 1988

UWA, 14-13 UWA, 19-0 UNA, 12-9 UNA, 34-6 UNA, 40-6 UNA, 32-0 UNA, 52-0 UNA, 21-18 UNA, 47-7 UNA, 34-14 UNA, 19-0 UNA, 23-6 UNA, 49-0 UNA, 27-7 UNA, 35-7 T, 6-6 UNA, 42-28 UNA, 10-0 UNA, 28-7 UWA, 27-23 UNA, 17-13 UNA, 17-14 UWA, 31-0 UWA, 17-6 UNA, 13-12 UWA, 28-16 UWA, 14-7 UWA, 27-24 UNA, 42-9 UNA, 19-7 UNA, 6-0 UNA, 20-3 UWA, 19-9 UWA, 14-3 UNA, 15-12 UWA, 35-38 UNA, 17-0 UNA, 14-3 UNA, 21-17 UWA,12-10 UNA, 10-7

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Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Florence, Ala. Florence, Ala. Florence, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala.

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

UNA, 30-0 UNA, 54-10 UNA, 14-0 UNA, 20-13 UNA, 65-15 UNA, 50-7 UNA, 42-10 UNA, 38-24 UNA, 56-14 UNA, 38-24 UNA, 51-33 UNA, 21-14 UNA, 30-0 UWA, 31-24 UNA, 44-10 UWA, 28-27 UNA, 76-14 UNA, 45-3 UNA, 49-20 UNA, 41-9 UWA, 31-28 UNA, 24-23

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Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Livingston, Ala. Florence, Ala. Florence, Ala.

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Tidbits about the 2011 Schedule: The Tigers open the Will Hall Era on Thursday, Sept. 1 at South Alabama. It marks the first meeting in the two school’s history. USA is one of four opponents that the Red and White will face for the first time this season. Tarleton State, Central State and Georgia State are the remaining three. West Alabama appears on television twice during the 2011 season, all selected for the Gulf South Conference’s regional broadcast. The Tigers travel to West Georgia (Oct. 20) before hosting in-state foe North Alabama (Oct. 27). UWA was featured four times during the 2010 season and posted a 3-1 record. West Alabama hosts Southern Arkansas for Homecoming 2011 - marking the first homecoming meeting between the two schools. UWA looks to snap a two-game losing streak to the Muleriders. For the first time since 2008, West Alabama will face two in-state schools in North Alabama and South Alabama. The two in-state opponents in 2008 were Concordia and UNA. The two longest standing foes in Tiger history return to the 2011 slate. The Tigers have faced Delta State 56 times and North Alabama 63 times in the 80 year history of UWA football. The Tigers will face three schools from the state of Arkansas in 2011 (Harding, Southern Arkansas and Arkansas Tech). UWA has faced atleast five schools from the Natural State over the past three seasons. The last time the Red and White faced no more than three schools from Arkansas was 1997 (Arkansas Tech, Arkansas-Monticello and Henderson State).


2011 UWA Football Record Book 2011 West Alabama Tiger Preview First-year head coach Will Hall looks to build upon recent success in the Tiger history as he replaces Division II Hall of Famer Bobby Wallace at the reigns of the program. A large part of the continued success for the 30 year old coach is on-going development of the UWA offense, which Hall brought to Livingston four seasons ago. The Tiger offense ranked 14th nationally in total offense a season ago and was fourth in the Gulf South Conference in scoring offense. The Tigers return a pair of running backs for the 2011 campaign, including T-Ray Mitchell, who finished his first season with the Red and White third in the GSC in yards with 76 per game. Returning with Mitchell is Don Smith, who tallied 216 yards on the year. “We think we have the possibility to be the best in the conference and in the country at running back. We return T-Ray Mitchell and Don Smith from last year. They were a really good combination for us last season. T-Ray was inconsistent at times and he knows it. He’s been working hard to improve that aspect of his game. He’s got a ton of ability and has been working his tail off to improve. We expect big things from him this year. Don is one of the most consistent people on our team. He works his tail off trying constantly to improve. It will be Don’s senior year and he’s showing a lot of senior leadership this offseason. Don can do a lot of things well. He’s not the biggest or fastest guy in the world, but he works hard doing everything you ask him to do,” stated Hall. Joining the mix will be Hinds Community College transfer Matt Willis along with Clawsondy Cayo and Ken Johnson. “Matt Willis, who was a Mississippi Junior College All-State selection from Hinds Community College, has been with us all spring and has a ton of athletic ability. He gives us a lot of depth at that position and will really help improve our run game. Ken Johnson and Clawsondy Cayo are two young men that will also help provide depth,” said Hall. Hall also looks for big things from Josh Senkbeil at fullback, saying, “We don’t play a fullback a lot, but when we do those duties belong to Josh Senkbeil. Josh is a great, hard-nose competitor. He works hard in the weight room. He can play some running back for us and just brings a lot to our backfield and team.” Hall and staff will experience a change at quarterback for the first time in three seasons as Gary Johnston takes command of the Tiger offense. “We lost a good one in Deon Williams. He helped in the resurgence of this football program, but we have a great guy coming in behind him in Gary Johnston. We think he’s just a really good football player. He’s been in our program for three years. He will be a redshirt junior. He knows the system inside and out. He’s like a coach on the field. Gary is a little different from Deon in he’s a good runner, but doesn’t have the arm strength that Deon has. He’s a tremendous competitor, a great leader, and a winner. Our guys love him and he’s going to have a big year,” Hall said.

Moore and Doug Stroud, but Hall is pleased with the group that steps in to fill those holes. “We had a good spring with our offensive line. We know they are a young group, but they continued to improve each and every day they went onto the field during the spring,” Hall stated. “When you talk about our offensive line, you have to start with Chuck Curry. He’s a senior that we expect to be a great football player. He has the potential to be an all-conference/all-American type player for us. Austin Cichon is going part time so he will not be able to go through spring ball with us this time. He will also be a senior next season. Then we have a lot of young guys. At the tackle spot we have Ethan Corkren and Taylor Burnett. They’ve been in our program two years now and they have become a lot stronger and a lot bigger. They are two promising, young tackles that we think it is time for this to come along and be contributors. “At center, we have a young man in Skeeter Sellers that played in every game last year as a true freshman backing up Justin Moore. We think Skeeter has the chance to become a really good football player. He’s a smart, young man with a 4.0 GPA. He’s got a lot stronger this offseason and we think he can be a good one. Behind him we have a JUCO transfer from Jones County Junior College in Caleb McGruder. He’s a junior college all-star. He and Skeeter will have a nice time battling it out for center this spring. “At guard, we have a few young guys that have a lot of potential. Sam Caldwell from Prattville will be a true sophomore. He played a lot last season as a true freshman. Sam is a big guy with a lot of athletic ability for a guy his size. He’s become a lot stronger. Josh Buchanan will be a redshirt sophomore. He has worked his tail off this offseason. He’s big, mean and aggressive and we hope he can come along and help. John Seaman is a redshirt freshman that is also big and aggressive and we think he can help us. Kody Lunsford is another young man who redshirted last season and we think he can add some depth along with Dylan Horton.” The Tigers return nine starters on the defensive side of the ball with depth at linebacker and in the secondary. Hall will look to replace a lot on the defensive front. “We have to replace three defensive ends from last season and we think we have done a good job of replacing those guys through recruiting. We’ve brought in a guy in Darion Gabrieal from Pearl River Community College. He’s a high school wide receiver that has been converted into a defensive end. He brings a lot of athleticism and we hope that gives us a good speed rush off the edge. We also return Josh Lewis who started for us last season. He’s a senior and comes from a great program in Tuscaloosa County High School. He’s another JUCO player and we expect a great year from him as a junior. We think

Adding depth at the quarterback position will be Wes Mounger, Joseph Patterson along with Rick Boone and Jeremy McAdams. “Wes Mounger rotated between quarterback and wide receiver during the spring. Wes was a quarterback his whole career in high school and junior college. We signed him and put him at receiver, but he will rotate during the spring to give us more depth at quarterback. Joseph Patterson is a guy we signed last year from Lauderdale County. He’s a strong, athletic runner. He has to come along in our passing game, but he’s working hard to improve in that area,” Hall said. “Rounding out our competition in that area are Rick Boone and Jeremy McAdams. Both of those young men are great. They do anything you ask of them.” The offensive line will be younger than it has been in years past with the loss of seniors as the Tigers lost four seniors from the 2010 squad, including Jared Porter, Justin

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2011 UWA Football Record Book he should be all-conference,” Hall stated. A pair of converted linebackers will help solidify vacancies at defensive end. “We have two linebackers that we have also converted into defensive ends in Broderick Cross and Tirelle Cullen. Broderick was a middle linebacker for us last year. We think him putting his hand down will make him a better football player. Tirelle has gained a lot of weight and we think that will help him become a better pass rusher for us in the future. Defensive Coordinator Robert Henry is always looking for bigger linebackers to stick their hands in the dirt and come off the ball. We also have Thomas Brown who has played a lot of football for us over the past two years. He will give us a lot of depth along with Shawn Mason and Dewayne Morgan,” said Hall. “At defensive tackle we return Justin Hawkins and James Alexander, who both started last season. We expect big years from both of them. We also return LaVanda Powe who will be in our program for the fourth year. Powe is a great student. We also add John Rice who is from East Mississippi Community College after playing one season at Western Michigan. That gives us four seniors up front at the defensive tackle position. We also have Tremaine Sanders from Demopolis that will add depth.” The linebacker corp will be in its second season with defensive coordinator Robert Henry. Hall is hoping that another year with his terminology will lead to another step forward for the group. “At weak-side linebacker, our featured position in this defense, we return Deon Lacey. Deon is a talented guy for us. He’s grown in the weight room and gives us a ton of experience at the position. Antonio Curry will be moving to the position this season after playing at SAM linebacker last season. He’s put in a lot of work in the weight room – moving to around 215 or 220 lbs.

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“Gabe Poe – our middle linebacker – was one of the top tacklers last season in the Gulf South Conference as a sophomore. He is a tremendous young man and even better student for our program. Behind him will be Ben Brooks, who played a lot last season and we think the future is bright for him. “At SAM linebacker, we will have Bryant McGowan. Bryant started every game for us last season and we really think he is one of our better players. We expect big things from him. Behind him will be Jamey Moffett, who has played a lot of football for us over the last couple years. “We’ve played a lot of young guys as linebackers over the years and we think we will be able to reap some of those rewards this season. We are now looking at a talented group of juniors across the board,” stated Hall.

“There will be a lot of tremendous competition in the secondary from the guys that are coming back and the new guys that we have brought in. There will be a lot of heated battles between those guys this spring. “D’Eric Jackson returns at corner. We think he was playing some of the best football in the conference last season. He switched positions from running back to cornerback last spring and started every game at that position as a sophomore. Shontral Ford had a really impressive freshman season. He has a lot of talent and with (Assistant Coach Coy) Campbell coaching him we expect big things from him this season. Brandon Tisdale played a ton of football for us his freshman season and played in every game last year. He gives us a lot of experience at cornerback. “At safety with those three seniors (Spinks, Bell, Walker) returning and adding Foster and Tavarus Finley, we expect a lot of competition this spring.” Hall thinks his special teams unit has the ability to be one of the best in the country. The Tigers return punter/kicker Brock Sharp along with long snapper Will McBeth and all-conference resturn specialist Wes Mounger. “On special teams we have three kids returning and two are seniors. Will McBeth is our long snapper. He had a really good year for us last season. He’s worked really hard in the weight room this offseason. He was able to participate the remainder of last season following a knee injury. He subsequently had surgery to fix the injury and his rehab is going well. We expect big things from him this fall. Brock Sharp handled everything for us last season in the kicking game. We look to take some of the duties away from him so he can concentrate on punting more. We have another young man in Ryne Smith, who is playing baseball right now. Ryne is a really accurate kicker from close range. He doesn’t have the strongest leg in the world, but he’s really good from close. We think he and Brock will have some nice competition during the spring as the place kicker. Wes Mounger returns after becoming an All-Gulf South Conference return man. He will play will numerous roles for us this spring at quarterback, wide receiver and in the return game. We think we have improved in this area and will be one of the better special teams in the country.” The 2011 season appears to be a bright season for the Tigers and their first-year head coach. UWA fans should enjoy the product on the field as the Tigers look to continue recent success in the always challenging Gulf South Conference.

“We have some young guys who will give us some depth during through the spring Greg Turner, Jeremy Roberts and Darius Waits, Seneric McCurdy and Keith Oderick. We think those guys will be able to get in the mix and help out some.” Hall hopes that his secondary, which appears to have the most depth on the defensive side of the ball, will continue its progress from the spring. “The secondary will have a lot of competition this spring. We return a lot of experience in our secondary with four seniors that have already played in the Gulf South Conference in Brandon Walker, Lindsey Spinks and Ricky Bell at safety and Stephen Figueroa at cornerback. We return almost every starter from the past two seasons once you add D’Eric Jackson, Shontral Ford and Brandon Tisdale to those four guys,” Hall said. “We will be mixing in a couple of new guys in with Brandon Lawrence, a junior college transfer from Northwest Mississippi Community College, at corner and Otha Foster, another junior college guy from Pearl River (MS) Community College, at safety along with Rico Jernighan, who we redshirted last season. Senior Gerald Worsham returns at wide receiver for the Tigers. The Birmingham, Ala. native set the program record for receiving yards with 2,180.


2011 UWA Football Record Book 2010 West Alabama Season Review Coming off the first NCAA Division II playoff appearance in 34 years, the University of West Alabama football team looked to continue the success into the 2010 campaign. The Tigers returned a majority of their offense from the previous season, but had roles to fill on the defensive side of the ball. UWA opened the season with a pair of wins away from Tiger Stadium. The first came a 37-7 victory over Shorter University in Demopolis, Ala., a neutral site for the two schools. The Tigers racked up 596 yards of total offense, including 373 through the air. Deon Williams threw for 329 yards and three touchdowns while completing 20 of 28 passses. The first touchdown of the 2010 season came on the feet of freshman T-Ray Mitchell, who scampered for 37 yards, giving the Red and White an early 7-0 lead. Williams helped push the lead out to 28-0 with his three passing TDs. The Tuscaloosa, Ala., product connected with Randy Lowery (42 yards), Eric McDonald (39 yards) and Gerald Worsham (6 yards). The final UWA score came on a 2 yard pass from Gary Johnston to Blake Pate. Following the season opening win, the Tigers traveled to Arkansas-Monticello seeking its second win of the season. The Red and White got its money’s worth against the Boll Weevils as the Tigers had to hold off a furious rally for UAM to claim the 27-20 win. Worsham caught two TD passes while Mitchell rushed for a pair to garner the Tiger points. With a 2-0 start to the season, the Red and White looked to contuning its winning ways in its home opener, but the streak would be snapped in a 14-13, turnover riddled loss to Lambuth University. UWA tossed two interceptions and fumbled the ball four times in the setback to the Eagles. Brock Sharp connected on field goals from 28 and 37 yards while Mitchell recorded a 13 yard run, giving the Selma, Ala., product a rushing score in each of his first three games. Following the stumble to LU to open the home slate, the Tigers quickly got back on track with a 28-7 victory over West Georgia. After the Wolves took an early 7-3 lead in the contest, the Red and White rattled off 25 unanswered points to coast to 3-1 on the year. Mitchell put the Tigers up 10-7 with a 1 yard plunge and Deon Lacey capped the scoring with a 50 yard interception return, the defense’s first score of the season. The Tiger win streak was short lived as UWA fell 41-37 in a scoring showcase at Delta State the following week. The Red and White went blow for blow with the Statesmen, but a late DSU TD pass with seconds remaining lifted the home team to triumph. UWA finished with 523 yards while the Green and White racked up 538 yards. L.J. Castile hauled in his team-leading ninth reception to put DSU on top for good. Castile’s ninth catch was his third TD of the game as he finished 89 yards, the second most for the Green and White. Randy Lowery hauled in his second TD of the game from 15 yards out to place the Tigers in front with 1:23 remaining in the game. The Red Bay, Ala native finished the contest with a team leading eight catches and 85 yards receiving. UWA snapped a six-game losing streak at Harding with a 22-17 win at First Security Stadium. The conference, road win is the first for UWA since Nov. 7, 2009 -- a 31-28 four, overtime victory at top-ranked North Alabama. UWA totaled 397 yards of total offense in the game while HU recorded 365 total yards. The Tigers total yardage was the fewest on the season for the Red and White. A 15-yard pass from Deon Williams to Gerald Worsham placed UWA back in front 22-17 with 1:13 remaining in the game. The TD hookup was the second time that the duo hooked for a score in the game. Worsham, a native of Birmingham, Ala., hauled in six catches for 99 yards. Williams, a Tuscaloosa, Ala. product, threw for 293 yards on the night while completing 23 of his 37 attempts. The road victory didn’t come easy for the Red and White as the Tigers turned back a late Bisons’ charge. HU drove 37 yards in 10 plays, but a Josh Powell pass to Jordan Watson fell incomplete as time expired in the contest. A last-second touchdown pass to Gerald Worsham capped off an exciting Homecoming affair at Tiger Stadium Saturday night as the Tigers won 40-38 over the visiting Henderson State Reddies. It appeared as if the Tigers would suffer another late defeat as Benny Anderson blocked a Brock Sharp punt and returned it 51 yards into the end zone to put the visitors up 38-34 with just two minutes remaining on the clock. Wes Mounger returned the ensuing kickoff to the 30 yard line to set up the Tigers final thrilling drive as Deon Williams led an inspiring effort as he completed six of nine passes in the game’s final moments. The drive seemed to be stalling after Williams was sacked to bring up a second and 23 from the Tiger 30, but following an incompletion, Williams hooked up

with junior Jake Burks just at the down marker on third down to breathe new life into the drive. Two more passes moved the Red and White deep into HSU territory and following an eight-yard pass to Don Smith, the Reddies called a timeout in an effort to regroup. The attempt almost proved successful as the HSU defense forced Williams out of the pocket, but fortunately the senior was able to pick up enough yardage for the first down to stop the clock. The Tigers hurried back to the line, and Williams spiked the ball with just one second remaining. Williams then found a leaping Worsham in the back part of the end zone, and the Birmingham, Ala. native fell to the turf, securing the ball for the game-clinching score. The Tigers ran its season-long win streak to three games with a 49-26 victory over Arkansas Tech at Tiger Stadium. In the win, senior quarterback Deon Williams became the school’s all-time leader in total offense with 349 yards in the contest. The Tuscaloosa, Ala. native threw for 330 yards and three scores along with 19 yards on the ground. In all, UWA amassed 397 total yards while Tech tallied a season-high 442 yards. It marks just the second time the Tigers have been outgained this season. The Tigers wasted no time getting on the scoreboard as UWA struck with a 62 yard pass from Williams to Gerald Worsham on the first play of the game. Worsham, a Birmingham, Ala. product, finished the night with a team-leading, five catches for 162 yards to go along with his lone score. The Red and White abruptly ended Tech’s opening drive of the game as Lindsey Spinks hauled in his first interception of the season and returned it 82 yards to the 3 yard line. Williams pushed the ball across the goal line and following the Brock Sharp PAT, the Tigers stood atop 14-0. A 30-yard, Noe Cuevas field goal in overtime snapped UWA’s three-game win streak as the Tigers fell 30-27 to Southern Arkansas at Wilkins Stadium. The win snapped an eight-game losing streak for SAU. UWA took possession of the ball to begin the first overtime, but following a short drive, Brock Sharp’s 39 yard field goal was pushed wide left. With two-seconds remaining in regulation, the Tigers lined up for a 27 yard field goal attempt, but the snap was mishandled and game-winning attempt fell by the wayside. The Tigers totaled 498 yards of total offense in the setback. The Muleriders totaled 291 yards while posting a season-high 27 points in their homecoming victory. UWA quarterback Deon Williams finished the night with 222 yards through the air along with two touchdowns and an interception. The Tuscaloosa, Ala. native also rushed for 68 yards in the outing. T-Ray Mitchell rushed for over 100 yards for the fourth time this season as the Selma, Ala. native totaled a career-high 143 yards. A furious, fourth quarter rally handed the West Alabama football team a 24-23 loss at No. 18 North Alabama on Saturday evening. The Lions scored 21-unanswered points to drop UWA. Deon Williams became the program’s all-time leading passer in the setback. The Tuscaloosa, Ala. native threw for 232 yards and currently has 6,793 career passing yards. Gerald Worsham moved up the ranks in receptions with 163 career catches - second all-time. The Birmingham, Ala. product hauled in eight passes for 72 yards on the night. The Tigers finished with 330 yards of total offense while the Lions totaled 553 yards in the outing. Prior to the 2010 finale, head coach and Division II Hall of Famer Bobby Wallace announced his retirement thus closing a five-year span with the Tiger program. The Tigers responded the only way they could with a 24-21 victory to stun No. 7 Valdosta State. With the win on Senior Night at Tiger Stadium, UWA closed out the regular season campaign at 7-4. The win marked just the second time in program history that West Alabama had defeated VSU and snaps a 24-game losing streak to the Blazers. Among the seniors closing out their time in Livingston, Randy Lowery led the Tigers as he pulled in four catches for 118 yards including a touchdown catch from fellow senior Deon Williams that pulled the Tigers within two in the third quarter. On the following kickoff, he returned a fumble to setup a UWA go-ahead field goal. West Alabama placed six members on the All-Gulf South Conference Team – headlined by unanimous selection Gerald Worsham. Jared Porter and Wes Mounger joined Worsham on the first team with Deon Williams, Randy Lowery and Justin Moore being named to the second team. Porter, Worsham, and Willams each received Don Hansen All-Super Region Two Team accolades with Worsham being named to the 2010 Daktronics All-Super Region Two First Team.

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2011 UWA Football Record Book 2010 West Alabama Statistics

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Team Statistics SCORING Points/Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING Yards Gained Yards Lost Rushing Attempts Average/Rush Average/Game TDs Rushing PASSING Comp-Att-Int Average/Pass Average/Catch Average/Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average/Play Average/Game KICK RETURNS PUNT RETURNS INT RETURNS KICK RETURN AVG. PUNT RETURN AVG. INT RETURN AVG FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average/Game PUNTS-Yards Average/Punt Net punt average TOP/GAME 3RD-DOWN CONV. 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN CONV. 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TDs PAT-ATTEMPTS

UWA 327 29.7 249 92 143 14 1505 1794 289 398 3.8 136.8 10 3436 228-370-13 9.3 15.1 312.4 26 4941 768 6.4 449.2 45-992 16-187 10-261 22.0 11.7 26.1 18-15 74-685 62.3 38-1363 35.9 28.8 30:54 68/146 47% 6/13 46% 15-100 33 42 12-19 0-0 (33-49) 67% (22-49) 45% (33-36) 92% Att. 203 97 55

OPP 245 22.3 224 92 124 8 1553 1849 296 394 3.9 141.2 9 2580 226-381-10 6.8 11.4 234.5 19 4133 775 5.3 375.7 59-1237 16-248 13-98 21.0 15.5 7.5 28-16 84-705 64.1 53-1981 37.4 33.1 29:06 63/157 40% 12/22 55% 23-135 24 33 7-14 0-1 (26-34) 76% (21-34) 62% (26-30) 87%

Rushing T-Ray Mitchell Deon Williams Don Smith

GP 11 11 10

Net 843 316 216

Avg. 4.2 3.3 3.9

TDs 6 3 1

Passing Deon Williams Gary Johnston

GP Comp.-Att.-Int. Pct. 11 223-356-11 62.6 10 4-9-1 44.4

Yds. 3392 37

TDs 25 1

Receiving Gerald Worsham Randy Lowery Ken May

GP 11 11 11

Avg. 15.0 14.8 20.0

TDs 11 6 4

Rec. 80 51 34

Yds. 1201 756 681

Total Offense Deon Williams T-Ray Mitchell Don Smith

GP 11 11 10

Plays 453 203 55

Rush 316 843 216

Pass 3392 0 0

Total 3708 843 216

Punting Brock Sharp

No. 36

Yds./Avg. 1363/37.9

Lg. 61

I20 11

50+ 2

Kickoffs Brock Sharp Ryne Smith

No. 63 1

Yds. 3595 45

Avg. 57.1 45.0

TB 2 0

OB 2 0

Punt Returns Wes Mounger

No. 15

Yds. 179

Avg. 11.9

TDs 0

Lg. 48

Kick Returns Wes Mounger

No. 37

Yds. 812

Avg. 21.9

TDs 0

Lg. 60

All-Purpose Gerald Worsham Wes Mounger T-Ray Mitchell Randy Lowery Ken May Deon Williams

GP 11 11 11 11 11 11

Tackles Gabe Poe Vonzell Jackson Deon Lacey Lindsey Spinks Shontral Ford Bryant McGowan

GP 11 11 11 11 11 11

UA 62 40 34 33 37 30

A 35 24 15 13 9 16

Sacks Vonzell Jackson Josh Lewis Gabe Poe James Alexnader

GP 11 11 11 11

No. 4.5 3.0 2.0 2.0

Yds. 19 21 25 11

Interceptions D’Eric Jackson Lindsey Spinks

No. 3 2

Yds. 98 82

Fumble Returns Lindsey Spinks Brandon Walker Randy Lowery D’Eric Jackson

No. 1 1 1 1

Scoring Brock Sharp Gerald Worsham Randy Lowery T-Ray Mitchell Ken May D’Eric Jackson Deon Williams Antonio Hughes

TD 11 7 6 4 3 3 2

Rush / Rec. PR / KR Int. Ret. 27 / 1201 0 / 36 0 41 / 62 179 / 812 0 843 / 96 0/0 0 0 / 756 0 / 38 0 0 / 681 0/0 0 316 / 0 0/0 0

Total 1264 1094 939 794 681 316

Total 97 64 49 46 46 46

TFL / Yds. 8.0 / 41 11.5 / 39 2.0 / 10 2.5 / 6 1.0 / 5 5.5 / 20

Avg. 32.7 41.0

TDs 2 0

Lg. 54 82

Yds. 9 21 14 26

Avg. 9.0 21.0 14.0 26.0

TDs 0 1 0 1

Lg. 9 21 14 26

FG 12-19 -

PAT 33-36 1 2-4 -

Saf. -

Pts. 69 68 42 36 24 18 18 12

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2011 UWA Football Record Book Team Game Records

Team Season Records

Individual Game Records

Scoring Pass Touchdowns..................... 7 vs. Delta State, 1993 Rush Touchdowns .... 6, 3x (at Ouachita Baptist, 2008) Total Touchdowns .................... 12 vs. Centenary, 1968 Total Points ................................80 vs. Centenary 1968 Field Goals ..................................4, 3x (vs. Lane, 1996) Extra Points ........................8, 2x (vs. Concordia, 2006)

Scoring Pass Touchdowns.............................................32, 1993 Rush Touchdowns ............................................36, 1975 Touchdowns ......................................................55, 2009 Field Goals ..................................... 13, 4x (last in 1997) Extra Points .......................................................45, 2009 Total Points ......................................................415, 2009

Passing Pass Attempts ............. 84 vs. Jacksonville State, 1992 Pass Completions....... 49 vs. Jacksonville State, 1992 Pass Yards ........................523 vs. Nicholls State, 1993

Passing Pass Attempts .................................................538, 1993 Pass Completions...........................................294, 1993 Pass Yards .................................................. 3,778, 1993

Scoring TD Passes ....7-Marty Washington vs. Delta St., 1993 TDs Rushing ... 4, 2x (Dameon Baylor at OBU, 2008) TD Receptions ..... 5-Matt Carman vs. Delta St., 1993 Touchdowns ......... 5-Matt Carman vs. Delta St., 1993 Extra Points .7-Brock Sharp vs. Arkansas Tech, 2010 Field Goals ..........4, 3x (John Sedely vs. Lane, 1996) Scoring (Kicking) ....... 16-John Sedely vs. Lane, 1996 Points .................. 30-Matt Carman vs. Delta St., 1992

Rushing Rush Attempts.............80 vs. Northern Michigan, 1975 Rush Yards ....................... 467 vs. West Georgia, 2008

Rushing Rush Attempts.................................................828, 1975 Rush Yards .................................................. 3,882, 1975

Total Offense Total Plays ................... 99 vs. Jacksonville State, 1992 Total Yards ........................694, vs. Nicholls State, 1993

Total Offense Total Plays .......................................................938, 1975 Total Yards ................................................... 5,481, 2009

First Downs First Downs.................. 33 vs. Jacksonville State, 1992 First Downs (Rush) ..............22, 2x (vs. Harding, 2000) First Downs (Pass)...... 21 vs. Jacksonville State, 1992 First Downs (Penalties) ..7 vs. Central Arkansas, 1993

First Downs First Downs (Rush) .........................................185, 1975 First Downs (Pass)..........................................146, 1993 First Downs (Penalties) ....................................31, 1994 First Downs......................................................258, 2009

Turnovers Interceptions ........................7 vs. North Alabama, 1990 Safeties ...................................... 2 vs. Delta State, 1983 Fumbles ...............................11 vs. West Georgia, 1989 Fumbles Lost...............................5, 2x (vs. Miles, 1990) Intercepted...................................6, 3x (vs. Miles, 1987) Interception Return Yards...... 190 vs. Concordia, 2006

Turnovers Interceptions ......................................................27, 1985 Safeties ................................................................4, 1983 Fumbles .............................................................50, 1980 Fumbles Lost.....................................................23, 1973 Intercepted.........................................................28, 1971 Interception Return Yards...............................406, 1971

Yards Allowed Rush Yards Allowed.........................-32 vs. Miles, 1983 Pass Yards Allowed .......0 vs. Jacksonville State, 1988 Total Offense Yards Allowed ...29 vs. West Liberty, 1971

Yards Allowed Rush Yards Allowed........................................738, 1982 Pass Yards Allowed ........................................811, 1972 Total Offense Yards Allowed ...................... 2,144, 1969 Scoring Allowed (min. 8 games) ......................27, 1940

Punt Returns Punt Returns .......................8 vs. Gordon Military, 1968 Punt Return Yards.......... 155 vs. North Alabama, 1988 Kickoff Returns Kickoff Returns ...........11 vs. Southern Arkansas, 1998 Kickoff Return Yards .............259 vs. Delta State, 1989 Punts Punts ...................13, 2x (last vs. Valdosta State, 1984) Punt Yards ............... 458 vs. Mississippi College, 1976

Passing Pass Att.......69-Marty Washington vs. J’ville St., 1992 Comp. .........42-Marty Washington vs. J’ville St., 1992 Passing Yds ............................523-Marty Washington .....................................................vs. Nicholls St., 1993 Passing Pct. (Min. 10 games) ....... 82.7-Brett Gilliland ............................................... vs. Henderson St., 2002 Rushing Rushing Attempts.................................................32, 2x ................. last - Marcus Ross vs. So. Arkansas, 2004 Rushing Yds.......226-Marcus Ross vs. Ark. Tech, 2004 Rushing Avg. (Min. 5 games).............. 18.9-Willie Slater ........................................................... vs. Troy St., 1975

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Punt Returns Punt Returns .....................................................37, 1988 Punt Return Yards...........................................459, 1976

Marcus Ross set the school record for rushing yards in a game with 226 yards against Arkansas Tech on Sept. 25, 2004.

Kickoff Returns Kickoff Returns ..................................................67, 1994 Kickoff Return Yards ................................... 1,326, 1994

Total Offense Total Plays ..76-Marty Washington vs. J’ville St., 1992 Total Yards.591-Marty Washington vs. Nicholls St., 1993

Punts Punts ..................................................................96, 1979 Punt Yards ................................................... 3,578, 1979

Receiving Receptions..........19-Matt Carman vs. J’ville St., 1992 Receiving Yds .............................319-Kyle Henderson .................................................... vs. Valdosta St., 2002 Punt Returns Returned ...............7, 3x (Ken Watson vs. UNA, 1988) Return Yards.... 155-Ken Watson vs. North Ala., 1988 Kickoff Returns Returned .......10-Nolaski Houston vs. Ark. Tech, 1995 Return Yards...........216-Terry Allen vs. Harding, 2007 Turnovers Intercepted..............................................................3, 3x ..............................last- Kelly Harris vs. Delta St., 1987 Interceptions Yards ............................................100, 2x .....last - Shontral Ford vs. Arkansas-Monticello, 2009 Interceptions ..7-Chris McClure vs. N. Alabama, 1990 Punts Punts .....................................................................12, 2x ................last - Leland McCully vs. Valdosta St., 1984 Yards .............442-Leland McCully vs. Delta St., 1983 Average .........51.5-Homer Faulkner vs. N. Ala., 1968

The 2009 UWA football team set four single season records en route to clinching a NCAA Division II Playoff berth.


2011 UWA Football Record Book Individual Season Records

Scoring TD Passes ................... 26-Marty Washington, 1993 TDs Rushing ........................ 14-Marcus Ross, 2004 TD Receptions ........ 14, 2x (Kyle Henderson, 2002) Touchdowns .................15, 2X (Marcus Ross, 2004 Extra Points ....................34, 2x (Ben Thoma, 2002) Field Goals ................13-John Sedely 1996 & 1997 Scoring (Kicking)....................69-Brock Sharp, 2010 Points ...........................90, 2x (Marcus Ross, 2004) Passing Pass Attempts .................... 451-Brett Gilliland, 2002 Completions ....................... 280-Brett Gilliland, 2002 Passing Yards ...............3,392-Deon Williams, 2010 *Passing Pct.................... 62.6-Deon Williams, 2010 *(Min.:season-50) Rushing Rushing Attempts............... 250-Marcus Ross, 2004 Rushing Yards.................1,325-Marcus Ross, 2004 *Rushing Average ....................6.9-Terry Allen, 2008 *(Min. season-50) Total Offense Total Offensive Plays ......... 575-Brett Gilliland, 2002 Total Offensive Yards ....3,708-Deon Williams, 2010 Receiving Receptions ........................... 96-Gerald Gales, 2002 Receiving Yards ........1,201-Gerald Worsham, 2010

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Punt Returns Punts Returned ...............36-Ritchie Harbison, 1989 Punt Return Yards ............311-Andrew Fields, 1983 Kickoff Returns Kickoffs Returned............................46-Terry Allen, 2009 Kickoff Return Yards ............... 1,145- Terry Allen, 2009 Turnovers Intercepted ............................ 10-Stanley King, 1975 Interceptions Yards ............. 248-Stanley King, 1975 Interceptions.......................... 23-Otis Hughley, 1985 Punts Punts .................................74 by Andy Lomax, 1985 Punting Yards....................2,932-Chris Hilliker, 1990 Punting Average ............41.6-Craig Goodson, 1997

Gerald Gales holds the single-season record for recepetions with 96 in 2002.


2011 UWA Football Record Book Rushing Leaders Year 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player Richard Abston Robbie James Geary Edwards Larry Lightfoot Ronnie Massey Ricky Austin Ricky Austin Willie Slater Willie Slater Willie Slater Frank Lindsey Cedric Stevens Cedric Stevens Johnny Shepherd Johnny Shepherd Doug Kellom Tony Truelove Tony Truelove Lorenzo Graham Shay Oliver Shay Oliver Alfred Banks Alfred Banks Sammie Holifield Al Jackson Orlando Chappell Enoch Mallory Orlando Chappell Jermaine Green Ronnie Jackson Carey Phillips Phillip Keef Michael Allen Presley Gilmore Derick Spellers Derick Spellers Marcus Ross Jerin Wright Jerin Wright Cole Mason Dameon Baylor Roosevelt Ross T-Ray Mitchell

Receiving Leaders Yards 660 441 638 458 516 687 842 648 222 368 496 515 643 955 949 596 752 461 595 527 362 523 475 548 240 466 284 506 396 750 528 606 492 326 273 563 1,325 671 782 858 730 868 843

Year 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player Rec.-Yards Waldon Tucker 42-735 Waldon Tucker 36-835 Jerry Hogan 20-370 Tommy Cartwright 30-374 Tommy Cartwright 29-433 Tommy Winfield 20-209 Jackie O’Neal 8-265 Harold Wells 13-381 Mike Wimberly 20-604 Jimmy Black 23-502 Jimmy Black 22-376 Cedric Stevens 15-116 Cedric Stevens 15-180 Johnny Shepherd 26-319 Johnny Shepherd 11-132 Andrew Fields 44-715 Andrew Fields 55-856 Lorenzo Graham 32-229 Bobby Williams 41-544 Lorenzo Graham 56-784 Brad Shaw 36-223 Willie Ivy 30-354 Alfred Banks 28-320 Melvin Taylor 21-431 Matt Carman 66-759 Matt Carman 88-1,085 Marty Hammond 28-339 J.J. Jackson 47-650 Terry Guidry 40-597 Josh Turrentine 32-495 Michael James 19-513 Kevin Williams 15-188 Michael Allen 15-515 Gerald Gales 43-510 Gerald Gales 96-994 Will Harter 48-687 Andre Epps 19-201 Chris Coach 30-807 Chris Coach 49-907 Terry Allen 16-151 Gerald Worsham 37-329 Gerald Worsham 50-650 Gerald Worsham 80-1,201

Passing Leaders Year 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player Don Page Don Page Leo Garza Clemit Spruiell Ronnie Massey Ronnie Massey Ricky Seale Ricky Seale Ricky Seale Ricky Seale Bobby Moore Jerry Thomas Jerry Thomas Mickey Bentley Mickey Bentley Larry Stephenson Larry Stephenson Otis Hughley Kenneth Jones Kenneth Jones Kenneth Jones Jon Gant Chris McClure Deon Timmons Marty Washington Marty Washington Bobby Clayton Bobby Clayton Bobby Clayton Darrell Payne Josh Turrentine DeMarion McCants Keith Trimew Bakari Bryant Brett Gilliland Brett Gilliland Josh Crouch James Reiter James Reiter James Reiter Deon Williams Deon Williams Deon Williams

Total Offense Leaders Yards 1,060 1,686 1,240 1,281 1,052 815 379 556 723 499 505 555 454 797 496 1,663 1,780 1,257 982 1,684 1,363 1,512 848 977 1,956 3,062 1,233 1,285 1,532 1,615 824 464 674 464 3,213 2,928 565 1,260 1,674 487 838 2,804 3,392

Year 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player Don Page Don Page Leo Garza Clemit Spruiell Ronnie Massey Ronnie Massey Ricky Austin Ricky Seale Ricky Seale Ricky Seale Jerry Thomas Jerry Thomas Jerry Thomas Johnny Shepherd Johnny Shepherd Larry Stephenson Larry Stephenson Otis Hughley Kenneth Jones Kenneth Jones Kenneth Jones Jon Gant Chris McClure Deon Timmons Marty Washington Marty Washington Bobby Clayton Bobby Clayton Bobby Clatyon Darrell Payne Josh Turrentine DeMarion McCants Keith Trimew Bakari Bryant Brett Gilliland Brett Gilliland Marcus Ross James Reiter James Reiter Cole Mason Deon Williams Deon Williams Deon Williams

Yards 1,538 2,010 1,307 1,509 1,568 1,365 842 1,002 824 511 562 865 917 955 949 1,800 1,484 1,129 997 1,788 1,430 1,574 848 1,090 2,066 3,146 1,125 1,285 1,479 1,580 1,059 966 1,075 599 3,213 2,959 1,325 1,657 2,223 858 941 3,163 3,708

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2011 UWA Football Record Book Career Records

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Passing Comp-Att. Deon Williams (08-10) 471-769 Brett Gilliland (00-03) 579-980 Marty Washington (92-93) 379-690 Bobby Clayton (93-96) 334-713 Kenneth Jones (85-88) 372-725 Larry Stephenson (81-84) 259-533 James Reiter (05-07) 206-464 Jon Gant (87-90) 262-579 Don Page (68-69) 148-295 Darrell Payne (94-97) 266-526

Yds. 7,034 6,689 5,018 4,124 4,064 3,569 3,421 3,154 2,740 2,572

TD 60 36 40 19 14 32 23 14 31 14

Pct. 61.2 59.1 54.9 46.8 51.3 48.6 44.3 45.3 50.2 50.5

Rushing Johnny Shepherd (80-82) Jerin Wright (03-06) Ricky Austin (73-75) Jackie O’Neal (73-76) Tony Truelove (82-85) Shay Oliver (87-90) Willie Slater (74-77) Alfred Banks (87-90) Cedric Stevens (77-80) Ronnie Jackson (94-97)

Att. 387 454 383 400 373 470 351 355 282 312

Yds. 2,057 2,030 1,929 1,873 1,703 1,701 1,582 1,549 1,389 1,357

Avg. 5.32 4.48 5.04 4.68 4.57 3.62 4.51 4.36 4.91 4.34

TD 21 18 13 14 20 6 20 22 4 11

Total Offense Deon Williams (08-10) Brett Gilliland (00-03) Marty Washington (92-93) James Reiter (05-07) Kenneth Jones (85-88) Bobby Clayton (93-96) Don Page (68-69) Larry Stephenson (81-84) Jon Gant (87-90) Ricky Seale (74-77)

Plays 1,017 1,311 784 763 857 872 517 722 777 658

Rush 778 158 194 1,133 213 -237 823 -69 -89 891

Pass 7,034 6,689 5,018 3,421 4,064 4,127 2,740 3,569 3,154 2,157

Yds. 7,812 6,847 5,212 4,554 4,277 3,890 3,563 3,500 3,065 3,048

Receiving Matt Carman (90-93)

Rec. 172

Yds. 2,170

Avg. 12.61

TD 22

2,180

13.10

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Gerald Worsham (08-pres.) 167

Gerald Gales (01-03) Andrew Fields (83-85) Lorenzo Graham (84-87) Tommy Cartwright (69-72) Terry Guidry (94-96) Lawrence Samuels (89-92) Willie Ivy (88-91) Willie McClelland (92-93)

158 116 114 93 92 89 89 87

1,778 1,837 1,213 1,182 1,310 1,426 963 1,046

11.25 15.84 10.60 12.71 14.24 16.02 10.82 12.02

Touchdowns Alfred Banks (87-90) Johnny Shepherd (80-82) Andrew Fields (83-85) Tony Truelove (82-85) Matt Carman (90-93) Terry Allen (07-09) Willie Slater (74-77)

Rush 22 21 0 20 0 9 20

Rec. 3 5 24 4 22 9 0

Ret. 2 0 0 0 0 4 0

Total 27 26 24 24 22 22 20

0

19

0

19

Gerald Worsham (08-pres.)

Jerin Wright (03-06) Jackie O’Neal (73-76) Lorenzo Graham (83-87)

18 15 11

1 3 7

0 0 0

7 24 7 8 7 8 3 8

19 18 18

Int 26 35 25 28 40 29 30 32 21 5

TD 70 44 47 30 16 23 44 33 15 26

Scoring Mitch Warfield (05-08) John Sedely (94-97) Alfred Banks (87-90) James Mullinax (75-78) Johnny Shepherd (80-82) Andy Lomax (81,84-86) Ronnie Slovensky (72-74) Andrew Fields (83-85) Tony Truelove (82-85) Matt Carman (90-93)

EP 111 64 0 73 0 68 64 0 0 0

FG 22 35 0 30 0 28 28 0 0 0

2PT 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3

TD 0 0 27 0 26 0 0 24 24 22

Punt Returns Ritchie Harbison (89-92) Kenneth Watson (85-88) Andrew Fields (83-85) Gerald Gales (01-03) Randall Mallard (78-82) Stanley King (75-77) Howard Busby (68-69) Vonny Armistad (99) Mike Wimberly (73-76) Joe Nettles (68-71)

Ret. 101 81 75 52 48 36 36 19 14 23

Yds 749 690 550 510 456 385 291 277 240 204

Avg. 7.42 8.52 7.33 9.81 9.50 10.69 8.08 14.58 17.14 8.87

TD 1 0 0 3 2 1 0 2 1 0

Kickoff Returns Terry Allen (07-09) Randall Mallard (78-82) Terry Guidry (94-96) Willie McClelland (92-93) Alfred Banks (87-90) Mike Wimberly (73-76) Jack Johnson (85-88) Michael Allen (98-00) Leo Wright (68-71) Gerald Gales (01-03

Ret. 109 61 56 53 43 55 48 39 38 50

Yds. 2,545 1,297 1,235 1,148 1,138 1,137 916 894 893 877

Avg. 23.34 21.26 22.05 21.66 26.46 20.67 19.08 22.92 23.50 17.54

TD 4 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0

Interceptions George Miles (68-71) Richard Groover (81-84) Stanley King (75-77) Kenneth Watson (85-88) Tommy Hoffman (69-72) David Magouryk (68-71) Steve Birchfield (77-80) Ken Hutcherson (70-73) Joe Nettles (68-71) Fred Stickney (78-91)

INT 24 16 15 15 14 12 12 10 9 9

YDS 119 277 323 155 169 69 36 55 159 75

AVG. 4.96 17.31 21.53 10.33 12.07 5.75 3.00 5.50 17.67 8.33

TD 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 1 0

FG-FGA 22-43 35-52 30-55 28-46 28-37 17-33 20-38 18-42 10-18 13-19

TOTAL 180 169 163 152 148 130 126 95 93 87

Punts 122 98 96 283 79 212

Yds. 4,938 3,950 2,801 11,213 3,085 8,237

Avg. 40.48 40.30 39.59 39.30 39.01 38.85

153

5,888

38.48

Scoring (Kickers) PAT-Att. Mitch Warfield (05-08) 111-118 John Sedely (94-97) 64-70 James Mullinax (75-78) 73-76 Andy Lomax (84-86) 68-71 Ronnie Slovensky (72-74) 64-66 Tom Kay (80-83) 79-88 Ben Thoma (00-02) 66-68 Anthony Armstrong (88-91) 41-45 Benny Burtram (68-70) 63-80 Tonya Butler (03-04) 48-53 Punting Ben Thoma (00-02) Craig Goodson (96-98) Homer Faulkner (68-69) Chris Hilliker (88-91) Robert Peterson (77-80) Jack Hankins (92-95) Brock Sharp (08-pres.)

Leland McCully (81-84) Duane Johnson (68-70) Mickey Bentley (80-83)

193 53 75

7,372 2,014 2,780

38.20 38.00 37.07

TP 180 169 164 163 156 152 148 144 144 138


2011 UWA Football Record Book All-Gulf South Conference Tarig Ali, LB Michael Allen, RS Terry Allen, RS Vonny Armistad, KR Ronnie Ashley, OG Jacobi Avery, LB Ricky Austin, FB Alfred Banks, RS George Bates, FS Steve Birchfield, CB Johnny Benavidez, CB Jim Berryman, DT Jimmy Black, WR Horace Bradley, LB Ricky Brown, DE Butch Caldwell, OT Willie Cameron, NG Roy Campbell, DE Leon Carlyle, LB Matt Carman, WR Tommy Cartwright, TE Chris Coach, WR Curtis Coleman, LB Cedric Daniels, DT Gerard Davis, LB Steve Davis, FS J. D. Douglas, FS Jimmy Duncan, OG Rusty Fender, OG Andrew Fields, WR Gerald Gales, WR/RS Bill Galligar, OT Brett Gilliland, QB Paul Girton, BT Ronnie Glanton, DR Craig Goodson, P Lorenzo Graham, RB Andrian Gant, DE Mike Green, DE Richard Groover, FS Terry Guidry, WR/KR Derrick Gunnerson, LB Jack Hankins, P Jason Hawkins, TE Ritchie Harbison, CB Marshon Harper, FS Shane Harrison, LB Kyle Henderson, WR Chris Hilliker, P Gary Holmes, LB Tony Holmes, OG Nolaski Houston, PR Deron Huerkamp, LB Hubert Hurst, OT Ken Hutcherson, LB Steve Hyche, LB Johnny Jackson, DL Leonard Jackson, NG Donald Jefferson, DE John Jones, OG Randall Jones, LB Phillip Keef, RB Tim Kelley, DL

2007, 2009 2000 2007, 2009 1999 1974, 1975 2007 1982 1990 1999, 2000, 2001 1979 1972 1972 1978 1989, 1981 1978 1980 1979, 1980 1989, 1990 1985 1992, 1993 1972 2006 1980 1993 1990 1973 2009 1972 1981 1983, 1984 2002 1985 2002 2004, 2005, 2006 1987 1997 1987 1971, 1972, 1973 1978 1983, 1984 1994 1989 1995 2009 1992 1993 1991 2002 1990, 1991 1975 1975 1995 1987, 1988 1981, 1982 1972, 1973 1986, 1987, 1988 2006 1983 1976 1997 2004 1999 2006

Artega Kyles, LB Stanley King, FS Doug Kellom, RB Terry Langston, LB Larry Lightfoot, RB Kenny Littles, DE Andy Lomax, K Fletcher Louallen, CB Randy Lowery, WR Herbie Malone, DT Charles Martin, DT Cole Mason, FB DeAntuan Matthews, LB Kidane McBride, LB Henry Morales, FS Justin Moore, OL Wes Mounger, RS Jeff Nick, DT Bean Neal, DE Elija Norris, LB Kendrick Office, DE Kenneth Oglesby, DT Garry Pack, LB Jerry Pitts, LB Jared Porter, OL Mitchell Price, NG Phillip Propst, DE Albert Reeves, OG Jeff Richards, OT Jason Riles, DL Reggie Riley, RB Marcus Ross, RB Mike Rozier, OG Teddy Saenz, OG John Sedely, PK Bobby Seiler, LB Johnny Shepherd, RB Evan Shipp, TE Michael Sims, FS Ronnie Slovensky, PK David Smith, TE Clemit Spruiell, QB Cedric Stephens, RB Larry Stephenson, QB Fred Stickney, CB

1985 1975, 1976, 1977 1983 1991 1971 1985, 1986 1984 1983 2010 1971, 1972 1981, 1982 2007 2009 2006 1998 2010 2010 1991 2003 1984 1998, 1999, 2000 1981, 1982 2008 1974, 1975 2009, 2010 1982 1983 1985 1986 2006 1989 2004 1985 1975 1997 2002 1981, 1982 2009 2002 1974 1978 1971 1979, 1980 1984 1980, 1981

Ben Thoma was a three-time All-Gulf South Conference performer from 2000-2002. Thoma was a First Team punter in 2001 and a First Team kicker in 2002. In 2002, Thoma was also named Second Team punter. The Pensacola, Fla.-native was named Second Team kicker in 2000, his first season at UWA.

Nels Strickland, LB 1971 Melvin Taylor, WR 1991 Paul Teague, C 1977, 1979 Ben Thoma, K/P 2000, 2001, 2002 Lewis Thompson, LB 2006 Mitch Warfield, K 2006 Clinton Washington, KB 1999 Kenneth Watson, CB 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 Jon Weinreich, OL 2008, 2009 Rodney White, DB 1991 Deon Williams, QB 2010 Leroy Williams, OT 1991, 1993 Wayne Williams, C 1986 Mike Wimberly, WR 1976 Willie Woods, TE 1975 Gerald Worsham, WR 2010 Jerin Wright, RB 2006 Steve Young, C 1993 Patrick Zafiris, OT 1994 GSC Offensive Player of the Year Clemit Spruiell, QB 1971 GSC Defensive Player of the Year Ken Hutcherson, LB 1972 Adrian Gant, DE 1973 Stanley King, FS 1975 Willie Carmon, NG 1980 Charles Martin, DT 1982 Leonard Jackson. NG 1983 GSC Freshman of the Year Marty Hammond, WR 1993 GSC Defensive Freshman of the Year Shontral Ford, DB 2009 GSC Coach of the Year Mickey Andrews 1971 Jim King 1974, 1975

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2011 UWA Football Record Book All-American First Team Player Jack Jones Bill Johnson Nels Strickland Ken Hutcherson Ronnie Slovensky Jerry Pitts Charles Martin Andrew Fields Kenny Littles Ronnie Glanton

Pos. RB WR MLB MLB PK DE DT SE DE DT

Steve Hyche Matt Carman John Sedely

LB SE PK

Mitch Warfield

K

Organization NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA AP Kodak Football News Football News AP Football Gazette AP AFCA Burger King AP AFCA

All-American Honorable Mention Year 1950 1966 1971 1972 1974 1975 1982 1984 1986 1987 1987 1988 1993 1997 1997 1997 2006

All-American Second Team Player Clemit Spruiell Adrian Gant Willie Cameron Steve Hyche Matt Carman George Bates Gerald Gales Garry Pack

Pos. QB DE NG LB SE DB AP LB

Organization NAIA NAIA AP Football News Division II USA Football Daktroncs Daktronics

Year 1971 1973 1980 1987 1993 1999 2002 2008

Player Nels Strickland Clemit Spruiell Tommy Hoffman Herbie Malone Jim Berryman Ken Hutcherson Teddy Saenz Teddy Saenz Jerry Pitts Stanley King

Pos. MLB QB FS DT OT MLB OG OG DE FS

Tony Holmes Frank Rudowski Stanley King Mike Wimberly Stanley King Hubert Hurst Mitchell Price Johnny Shepherd Marshon Harper Steve Young Marty Washington Leroy Williams Jack Hankins Gerald Gales Kyle Henderson Garry Pack

OG DT FS SE FS OT NG RB FS C QB OT P AP WR LB

Organization AP AP NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA AP AP NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA NAIA AP AP AP C.M. Frank C.M. Frank C.M. Frank C.M. Frank Don Hansen’s Football Gazette Football Gazette Football Gazette D2Football.Com

Year 1971 1971 1971 1971 1971 1973 1974 1975 1975 1975 1975 1975 1975 1976 1976 1977 1982 1982 1982 1993 1993 1993 1993 1995 2002 2002 2008 2008

All-American Academic

16

All-American Third Team Player Teddy Saenz Matt Carman Steve Young Jack Hankins

Pos. OG SE C P

Organization AP C.M. Frank Division II C.M. Frank

Year 1975 1993 1993 1995

All-American Fourth Team Player Marcus Ross

Pos. RB

Organization CollegeSportsReport

Garry Pack received Daktronics All-American Second Team honors along with Honorable Mention accolades in 2008. Pack led the nation in solo tackles with 77 solo stops during his one season with the Tigers.

Year 2004

Player Leland McCully

Pos. P

Organization 2nd Team CoSIDA

Year 1984

All-Region Player Kyle Henderson Gerald Gales Ben Toma Randall Jones Terry Allen Garry Pack

Pos. WR AP K LB AP LB

Jon Weinreich Terry Allen Tariq Ali Shontral Ford Jared Porter Justin Moore Jason Hawkins Tariq Ali Terry Allen Jon Weinreich J. D. Douglas Gerald Worsham

OL RS LB DB OL OL TE LB RS OL DB WR

Jared Porter Deon Williams

OL QB

Organization Daktronics Daktronics Daktronics 2nd Team Daktronics 1st Team Daktronics 1st Team Daktronics 2nd Team Don Hansen 3rd Team Don Hansen 1st Team Daktronics 1st Team Daktronics 1st Team Daktronics 2nd Team Daktronics 2nd Team Daktronics 2nd Team Don Hansen 2nd Team Don Hansen 2nd Team Don Hansen 2nd Team Don Hansen 3rd Team Don Hansen Daktronics 1st Team Don Hansen 2nd Team Don Hansen 3rd Team Don Hansen

Year 2002 2002 2002 2004 2007 2008 2008 2008 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010


2011 UWA Football Record Book NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Cleveland Browns Jack Jones, RB

Year 1951

Detroit Lions Bill Johnson, P

Year 1966

Tennessee Titans (*-Houston Oilers) *Carvell Rowell, QB *Charles Martin, DT

Year 1966 1987

Dallas Cowboys Ken Hutcherson, LB

Year 1974

New York Jets Larry Lightfoot, RB

Year 1974

Atlanta Falcons Herbie Malone, DT

Year 1974

Buffalo Bills Ronnie Slovensky, K Joe Hollis, WR Kendrick Office, DE

Year 1975 1983 2001

Oakland Raiders (*-Los Angeles Raiders) Stanley King, FS *Hubert Hurst, OT

Year 1978 1983

Denver Broncos Richard Groover, FS

Year 1985

Arizona Cardinals (*-St. Louis Cardinals) *Fletcher Louallen, CB

Year 1987

Kansas City Chiefs Larry Stephenson, QB

Year 1985

Chicago Bears Steve Hyche, LB

Year 1989

New York Giants Tony Badger, CB

Year 2002

WORLD INDOOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE Rome Renegades Gerald Gales, WR

ARENA FOOTBALL LEAGUE Tampa Bay Storm Lawrence Samuels, WR

Year 1994

Minnesota Fighting Pike Kevin Guy, DB/WR

Year 1995

Year 2004

ARENA 2 FOOTBALL LEAGUE Rio Grande Valley Dorados Zeb Ellison, LB

Year 2005

Toronto Argonauts Nels Strickland, LB

Year 1972

Hamilton TigerCats Fred Stickney, CB Mitchell Price Kenneth Oglesby, DT Johnny Shepherd, RB Ronnie Glanton, DT Tony Truelove, RB

Year 1983 1983 1983 1983 1989 1989

Tennessee Valley Vipers Kyle Henderson, WR Michael Sims, FS

Year 2003 2003

Winnipeg Blue Bombers Doug Kellom, RB Pete Riley, QB Anthony Riggins, DL

Year 1984 1987 1995

Calgary Stampeders Leonard Jackson, DT Elja Norris, LB Leon Carlyle, LB Lorenzo Graham, RB

Year 1985 1985 1986 1987

British Columbia Lions Ken Watson, DB

Year 1989

CANADIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE

UNITED STATES FOOTBALL LEAGUE Birmingham Stallions Rozell Jenkins, RB

Lawrence Samuels, a 16-year veteran of the Arena Football League’s Tampa Bay Storm, played four seasons at UWA. Samuels, who was elected into the UWA Sports Hall of Fame in 2008, sits second all-time in AFL history in receptions with 1,026.

Year 1986

17


2011 UWA Football Record Book 1938 • (2-2) L W W L

18

0-20 7-0 14-0 6-14

Marion Inst. Jacksonville St. Demopolis A.S. Troy State

1939 • (4-3) Coach: Paul Tubb L 0-13 W 13-7 W 7-0 L 6-47 W N/A W 28-6 N/A L 0-7

Troy State Jacksonville Fr. Marion Mill. SE Louisiana St. Bernard York All-Stars Eldridge Acad. Troy State

1940 • (6-1-1) L T W W W W W W

0-19 0-0 26-6 25-0 13-2 25-0 6-0 13-0

SE Louisiana Delta State Marion Inst. Spring Hill Fr. Jacksonville St. Bernard Troy State Snead St. JC

1941 • (1-6) L L L L W L L

7-34 0-19 6-13 0-38 26-0 14-43 0-60

SE Louisiana Spring Hill Marion Inst. Memphis State Marion Inst. Troy State Oglethorpe

1942-1945 No teams due to World War II 1946 • (6-3) Coach: F.G. McCollum L 14-24 W 14-0 W 45-0 W 13-0 L 14-33 L 0-21 W 26-6 W 45-21 W 12-7 1947 • (1-6-1) Coach: C.A. Douglas L 0-19 W 7-0 L 0-26 T 0-0 L 7-12 L 7-12 L 14-27 L 6-19 1948 • (2-7) L L L L W W L L L

0-7 6-27 0-18 0-14 14-0 41-0 0-7 6-12 6-27

Miss. College Delta State St. Bernard Troy State Millsaps Holmes JC Marion Inst. US Merch. Mar. Tampa

Miss. College Delta State LA-Lafayette St. Bernard Troy State Millsaps Athens State LA-Monroe SE Louisiana Delta State St. Bernard Troy State Chipola Marion Inst. Jacksonville St. Florida State LA-Monroe

1949 • (7-2-1) Coach: Vaughn Mancha W 34-0 Athens State L 12-41 SE Louisiana W 7-0 Delta State W 14-7 Jacksonville St. W 7-6 LA-Monroe W 14-13 North Alabama W 20-13 Chipola J.C. W 13-6 Florida State T 7-7 Troy State Paper Bowl • Pensacola, Fla. L 7-12 Jacksonville St. 1950 • (6-3-1) W L W W W L L W T W

26-6 13-20 46-0 73-13 19-0 26-28 30-41 29-20 0-0 26-19

Delta State LA College Chipola J.C. Memphis Navy North Alabama Stetson Tampa Northwestern St. Troy State South Georgia

1951 • (5-5) L L W L W L W W L W

0-13 22-33 32-12 9-12 47-14 13-28 34-27 13-7 20-42 33-0

Louisiana Coll. LA-Monroe Memphis Navy North Alabama South Georgia Tampa Northwestern St. Troy State Stetson Pensacola Navy

1952 • (4-6) Coach: Bob Williams L 0-6 W 20-13 L 13-16 L 7-41 W 32-13 L 6-34 W 47-0 L 12-27 W 52-0 L 13-26

Southern Ark. Jacksonville Presbyterian LA-Monroe Memphis Navy North Alabama Pensacola Navy Tampa Pensacola Navy Troy State

1953 • (2-7) Coach: Ray Richeson W 18-7 L 7-13 L 0-7 L 19-21 L 6-40 W 32-20 L 6-67 L 0-21 L 2-18

Jacksonville Presbyterian Troy State Memphis Navy North Alabama LA-Monroe Delta State South Georgia Southern Ark.

1954 • (0-9) L L L L L L L

Troy State Wofford Millsaps Jacksonville North Alabama Louisiana Coll. LA-Monroe

6-26 0-33 7-13 0-46 0-32 12-45 28-44

L L

0-40 7-36 N/A

Delta State Tampa William Carey

1955 • (1-7) L L L L L L L W

6-25 6-18 0-13 0-52 7-51 12-25 19-39 19-13

Troy State Millsaps Jacksonville North Alabama Tampa La-Monroe Delta State William Carey

1956 • (1-7-1) T L W L L L L L L

6-6 6-21 16-6 0-22 18-24 N/A 7-53 19-67 8-24

Miss. College Troy State Millsaps Jacksonville North Alabama NE Mississippi LA-Monroe Delta State Samford

1957 • (1-7) Coach: Robert Cire L 0-12 L 6-12 L 6-20 L 7-19 L 0-28 W 14-7 L 6-14 L 7-47

Troy State Millsaps Southern Union Jacksonville Delta State Miss. College Samford North Alabama

1958 • (1-6) L L

L L

6-20 0-39 N/A 14-32 6-22 6-0 0-64 0-28

1959 • (0-9) L L L L L L L L L

6-7 0-38 0-19 6-7 0-26 0-24 6-14 7-39 4-14

W

L L

1960 • (1-6) Coach: James Garner L 0-34 L 6-27 L 6-23 L 12-14 W 22-6 L 6-20 L 6-22 N/A 1961 • (3-6-1) L L L

13-35 8-41 0-7

Troy State Louisiana Coll. Southern Union North Alabama Jacksonville Millsaps Northwestern St. Delta State Troy State Louisiana Coll. North Alabama Millsaps Jacksonville Samford Miss. College Delta State UT-Martin

Miss. College Troy State North Alabama UT-Martin Millsaps Jacksonville Samford Marion Mill. Southern Ark. Tampa Troy State


2011 UWA Football Record Book 0-49 13-7 0-33 14-10 32-7 7-7 6-9

North Alabama Ozarks UT-Martin Harding Gordon Mill. Millsaps Jacksonville

1962 • (3-6) W W L L W L L L L

21-6 20-0 14-38 7-37 15-12 7-17 28-31 0-7 7-27

Ark.-Monticello Southern Ark. Troy State North Alabama UT-Martin Harding Gordon Mill. Millsaps Jacksonville

1968 • (9-2) W 41-6 Southern Ark. L 23-42 Troy State W 27-23 North Alabama W 80-0 Centenary W 54-7 Gordon Mill. W 24-13 Delta State W 26-7 Miss. College W 7-0 Jacksonville W 41-16 Louisiana Coll. W 22-16 Samford The Peanut Bowl • Dothan, Ala. L 6-39 Ouachita Baptist

1963 • (4-5) L W W L L W W L L

0-17 7-0 3-0 7-35 7-9 34-6 28-13 7-13 7-13

Ark.-Monticello Southern Ark. Troy State North Alabama UT-Martin Mars Hill Gordon Mill. Millsaps Jacksonville

1969 • (6-2-1) W L L T W W W W W

1964 • (3-6-1) L W L T L L W L W L

0-14 13-0 0-8 6-6 22-31 14-26 48-0 3-10 18-7 7-40

Ark.-Monticello Southern Ark. Troy State North Alabama Maryville UT-Martin Mars Hill Gordon Mil. Millsaps Jacksonville

1970 • (4-5) Coach: Mickey Andrews W 24-0 Southern Ark. L 7-42 Troy State L 14-17 North Alabama W 37-21 Samford W 41-8 LSU-NO L 21-35 Delta State W 23-13 Miss. College L 7-8 Jacksonville L 14-29 UT-Martin

1965 • (5-4) L L W L W W W L W

6-9 7-10 46-3 28-42 30-0 37-21 35-14 14-21 33-14

Ark.-Monticello Southern Ark. Troy State North Alabama Maryville Gordon Mill. Millsaps Jacksonville Miss. College

1966 • (3-6) L W L L W L L L W

20-30 21-0 28-37 0-10 12-7 6-7 14-20 14-24 14-0

Southern Ark. Millsaps Troy State North Alabama Maryville Gordon Mil. Ark.-Monticello Jacksonville Miss. College

W W W

L L

L

T

1967 • (4-5-1) Coach: Morris Higginbotham L 7-26 Southern Ark. W 20-7 Millsaps L 0-33 Troy State L 7-28 North Alabama W 26-14 Louisiana Coll. W 42-7 Maryville

W L L

T

17-14 7-7 13-31 27-51

27-19 14-30 13-17 30-30 67-0 49-0 34-17 37-13 27-6

Ark.-Monticello Jacksonville Miss. College Samford

Southern Ark. Troy State North Alabama Samford LSU-NO Gordon Mil. Delta State Miss. College Jacksonville

1971 • (11-1) NAIA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS W 10-9 Jacksonville W 7-0 Southern Ark. L 20-21 Troy State W 28-3 Samford W 17-13 Quantico W 15-9 W. Carolina W 31-9 North Alabama W 45-21 Delta State W 20-3 Miss. College W 28-7 UT-Martin Semi-Final • Steubenville, Ohio W 25-2 West Liberty Championship • Birmingham, Ala. W 14-12 Ark. Tech 1972 • (8-1-2) W W W W W T W L

21-3 38-21 14-3 17-6 21-17 14-14 10-0 14-17

Miss. College Southern Ark. Troy State North Alabama Jacksonville W. Carolina Samford Delta State

W 26-0 Nicholls St. W 35-6 UT-Martin Semi-Final • Jefferson City, Tenn.

T

7-7

1973 • (6-3-1) Coach: Jim King L 6-7 W 11-0 L 12-13 W 21-20 W 8-6 W 27-3 W 14-0 W 29-16 L 40-49 T 7-7 1974 • (8-3) W W L W W W W W L W L

14-13 28-16 21-27 36-33 21-21 22-6 33-19 12-10 14-24 28-7 9-27

Carson-Newman* * - lost tiebreaker

Troy State SE Louisiana North Alabama Jacksonville Samford Miss. College Henderson St. Nicholls St. Delta State UT-Martin Southern Ark. North Alabama SE Louisiana Troy State Miss. College* Alabama State Nicholls State Henderson State Delta State UT-Martin Jacksonville *Won by Forfeit

1975 • (10-3) NCAA DIVISION II SEMIFINALS W 31-14 Southern Ark. W 14-7 North Alabama W 20-7 Miss. College L 14-17 Troy State W 38-27 Tuskegee Inst. W 43-13 SE Louisiana W 31-13 Alabama State W 13-7 Nicholls State L 13-17 Jacksonville W 10-7 Delta State W 17-7 UT-Martin Quarter-Final • Grand Forks, N. D. W 34-14 North Dakota Semi-Final • Wichita Falls, Texas L 26-28 Northern Mich. 1976 • (5-5) L W W L L W W W L L

14-21 27-24 14-7 9-17 20-24 20-10 16-12 20-14 7-24 7-32

W. Carolina North Alabama Miss. College Troy State Tuskegee Inst. SE Louisiana Alabama State Nicholls State Jacksonville Delta State

1977 • (2-8) Coach: Jack Crowe L 13-21 L 9-42 W 21-16 L 0-10 W 13-10 L 3-30 L 12-19 L 7-44 L 3-7 L 10-26

Texas A&I North Alabama Miss. College Troy State Tuskegee Inst. SE Louisiana Alabama State Jacksonville Delta State UT-Martin

19


2011 UWA Football Record Book 1978 • (3-7) W L L L W L L L L W

20

6-2 7-9 16-24 7-38 23-17 0-33 3-13 21-41 24-34 21-17

Texas A&I North Alabama Miss. College Troy State Tuskegee Inst. SE Louisiana Austin Peay Jacksonville Delta State UT-Martin

1979 • (3-8) Coach: Frank North L 14-21 L 0-6 L 8-17 L 0-64 W 25-13 W 32-0 L 0-14 L 14-30 L 0-59 W 10-0 L 18-23

Nicholls State North Alabama Alabama State Troy State Tuskegee Inst. Fort Benning Austin Peay Miss. College Jacksonville Delta State UT-Martin

1980 • (5-5) W L L W L W W W L L 1981 • (6-3) W W W L L W W L W

17-16 2-20 3-20 7-6 0-19 30-27 47-14 17-15 8-28 20-37

Miles College Nicholls State North Alabama UT-Martin Jacksonville Tuskegee Inst. Harding Delta State Miss. College Troy State

41-13 19-9 28-16 29-48 3-21 19-0 21-7 17-37 17-0

Miles College North Alabama UT-Martin Jacksonville Tuskegee Inst. Harding Delta State Miss. College Troy State

L L

22-35 14-29

Troy State Valdosta State

1984 • (5-5) W W L W L L L W L W

43-7 46-6 26-35 38-34 16-17 7-35 24-27 35-28 0-7 38-35

Morris Brown Miles College Troy State West Georgia Valdosta State Miss. College Delta State North Alabama UT-Martin Jacksonville

1985 • (6-5) Coach: Sam McCorkle W 28-0 W 24-0 L 22-28 L 7-38 L 14-24 W 10-5 L 7-14 W 13-6 L 0-17 W 41-6 W 27-24

Miles College Morris Brown Austin Peay Troy State West Georgia Valdosta State Miss. College Delta State North Alabama UT-Martin Jacksonville

1986 • (3-8) L W L L W L L W L L L

2-9 23-21 3-14 6-28 28-17 12-17 14-16 27-15 17-21 25-48 33-38

East Texas St. Western Ky. North Alabama Troy State West Georgia Valdosta State Miss. College Delta State North Alabama UT-Martin Jacksonville

1987 • (5-5-1) W L L W W L

8-0 9-19 17-24 34-0 17-14 14-21

East Texas St. Valdosta State Troy State Miles College West Georgia Western Ky.

L L

8-7 7-7 12-10 26-27 19-25

Miss. College Delta State North Alabama UT-Martin Jacksonville

1988 • (0-11) L L L L L L L L L L L

14-25 14-28 23-31 20-41 0-13 7-20 10-21 11-12 7-10 11-41 10-45

East Texas St. Troy State Elon College Samford West Georgia Valdosta State Miss. College Delta State North Alabama UT-Martin Jacksonville

1989 • (3-7-1) L L

24-41 17-24

East Texas St. Troy State

W 1982 • (6-4) W W W W L W W L L L

34-0 31-0 14-3 27-14 7-34 21-20 14-7 3-21 0-45 21-22

Miles College Ark. Tech North Alabama UT-Martin Jacksonville Tuskegee Inst. Delta State Miss. College Troy State Valdosta State

1983 • (6-4) W W L L W W W W

47-6 16-13 12-15 16-17 16-7 28-14 47-15 24-14

Miles College Ark. Tech North Alabama UT-Martin Jacksonville West Georgia Delta State Miss. College

W

T

W W

7-0 35-28 14-36 6-17 10-23 24-24 0-30 35-17 0-36

Elon College Samford West Georgia Valdosta State Miss. College Delta State North Alabama UT-Martin Jacksonville

6-45 43-10 6-31 34-7 33-27 7-46 0-36 18-36 10-54 10-21 9-31

East Texas St. Gardner-Webb Troy State Newberry West Georgia Valdosta State Miss. College Delta State North Alabama UT-Martin Jacksonville

1991 • (6-5-0) Coach: Lloyd Sisco L 6-44 W 24-7 W 22-21 W 24-16 W 32-21 L 7-20 L 14-25 W 25-18 L 0-14 L 0-31 W 10-0

East Texas St. Gardner-Webb Albany State Ark. Mont. West Georgia Valdosta State Miss. College Delta State North Alabama Jacksonville Knoxville Coll.

1992 • (5-4-0) W W W L L W W L L

22-12 13-10 42-36 13-47 15-42 37-32 30-24 13-20 27-54

Knoxville Coll. Ark. Monticello Albany State West Georgia Valdosta State Miss. College Delta State North Alabama Jacksonville

1993 • (2-7-1) L W L T L L L W L L

21-33 51-42 28-49 22-22 13-42 22-27 27-42 60-55 15-65 44-46

Albany State Nicholls State Stephen F Austin Miss. College Valdosta State West Georgia Cent. Arkansas Delta State North Alabama Henderson State

1994 • (1-9) Coach: Todd Stroud L 6-49 L 7-77 W 15-14 L 0-48 L 0-63 L 21-55 L 3-52 L 7-30 L 7-50 L 15-45

Albany State Nicholls State Kentucky State Miss. College Valdosta State West Georgia Cent. Arkansas Delta State North Alabama Henderson State

W

L L L L

T

L

1990 • (3-8-0) L W L W W L L L L L L


2011 UWA Football Record Book 1995 • (2-9) W W L L L L L L L L L

15-14 28-7 12-20 7-30 43-48 20-27 15-53 10-34 7-31 3-41 10-42

Harding Union (Ky.) Lane College Miss. College Henderson State Valdosta State Ark. Tech Central Ark. West Georgia Delta State North Alabama

1996 • (3-7) W W L L L L W L L L

38-24 42-28 26-31 36-45 3-17 16-52 22-21 23-47 13-42 24-38

Ark. Tech Lane College Harding Ark.-Monticello Henderson State Valdosta State Miss. College West Georgia Delta State North Alabama

1997 • (4-6) Coach: Bobby Johns L 17-41 W 37-14 W 39-6 W 31-10 L 16-24 W 38-10 L 20-33 L 15-48 L 13-27 L 14-56

Ark. Tech Lane College Union College Ark.-Monticello Henderson State Miss. College Valdosta State West Georgia Delta State North Alabama

1998 • (3-7) W L W L L L L L W L

35-28 27-44 30-23 18-38 3-19 3-30 13-58 0-45 38-9 24-38

Wingate Ark. Tech Henderson State Delta State Valdosta State West Georgia Southern Ark. Central Ark. Ark-Monticello North Alabama

1999 • (1-10) L L L W L L L L L L L

6-16 19-21 17-32 28-7 20-27 19-21 6-20 24-30 10-26 17-23 33-51

Belhaven Harding Ark. Tech Henderson St. Delta State Valdosta State West Georgia Southern Ark. Central Ark. Ark.-Monticello North Alabama

2000 • (3-8) W L L L L L L

35-0 7-14 8-33 17-57 21-35 20-47 10-31

Stillman Miles Delta State Ark.-Monticello Southern Ark. Arkansas Tech West Georgia

W W

L L

20-50 27-22 35-21 14-21

Valdosta State Ouachita Baptist Harding North Alabama

2001 • (1-10) Coach: Randy Pippin L 0-21 W 35-12 L 7-47 L 28-34 L 7-38 L 10-32 L 14-35 L 8-56 L 13-31 L 10-44 L 0-30

Belhaven Miles Delta State Ark.-Monticello Southern Ark. Arkansas Tech West Georgia Valdosta State Ouachita Baptist Harding North Alabama

2002 • (5-6) W W L W L L W L L L W

41-14 45-33 23-27 30-24 10-38 27-30 35-32 31-43 0-25 7-47 31-24

Belhaven Stillman Ark.-Monticello Delta State Harding Henderson State West Georgia Valdosta State Arkansas Tech Central Arkansas North Alabama

2003 • (2-9) L W W L L L L L L L L

28-44 24-17 27-20 17-47 21-26 36-41 35-38 13-58 17-20 24-35 10-44

Samford Stillman Ark.-Monticello Delta State Harding Henderson State West Georgia Valdosta State Arkansas Tech Central Arkansas North Alabama

2004 • (2-9) Coach: Sam McCorkle L 20-34 L 0-20 L 7-59 W 24-23 L 28-42 L 22-53 L 20-38 L 17-34 L 22-27 L 20-34 W 28-27 2005 • (2-9) W W L L L L L L L L L

34-12 37-0 14-43 17-21 21-27 14-20 0-41 19-31 13-23 13-35 14-76

Samford Tuskegee Delta State Ark.-Monticello Arkansas Tech Ouachita Baptist West Georgia Valdosta State Southern Ark. Henderson State North Alabama Concordia Lambuth Delta State Ark.-Monticello Arkansas Tech Ouachita Baptist West Georgia Valdosta State Southern Arkansas Henderson State North Alabama

2006 • (6-5) Coach: Bobby Wallace W 65-0 Concordia W 45-13 Lambuth W 24-17 Southern Ark. L 10-31 Henderson State L 16-24 Harding W 49-20 Webber Intl. W 24-14 West Georgia L 14-16 Valdosta State W 37-14 Ark.-Monticello L 14-41 Delta State L 3-45 North Alabama 2007 • (1-9) L W L L L L L L L L

21-23 28-21 17-31 6-38 35-36 28-30 0-37 36-44 9-20 20-49

Samford Concordia Southern Ark. Henderson State Harding West Georgia Valdosta State Ark.-Monticello Delta State North Alabama

2008 • (4-7) W L L W L W L L W L L

48-12 27-37 24-26 17-14 14-33 24-7 14-21 14-27 48-10 43-45 9-41

Belhaven Harding Arkansas Tech Southern Arkansas Valdosta State Concordia Delta State Ark.-Monticello West Georgia Ouachita Baptist North Alabama

2009 • (8-5) NCAA DIVISION II SECOND ROUND W 47-3 Belhaven W 33-19 Harding W 35-30 Arkansas Tech L 30-38 Southern Arkansas L 6-35 Valdosta State L 40-58 Lambuth W 34-14 Delta State W 33-0 Arkansas-Monticello L 9-10 West Georgia W 52-49 Ouachita Baptist W 31-28 North Alabama First Round • Albany, Ga. W 24-22 Albany State Second Round • Jefferson City, Tenn. L 41-59 Carson-Newman 2010 • (7-4) W W L W L W W W L L W

37-7 27-20 14-13 28-7 41-37 22-17 40-38 49-26 30-27 24-23 24-21

Shorter Arkansas-Monticello Lambuth West Georgia Delta State Harding Henderson State Arkansas Tech Souther Arkansas North Alabama Valdsta State

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