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2009 WEST ALABAMA FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE

UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location .................................................. Livingston, Alabama Founded ...........................................................................1835 Enrollment ......................................................................4,157 President .............................................. Dr. Richard D. Holland Director of Athletics .........................................Dr. E.J. Brophy Associate Athletic Director/SWA ................. Janet Montgomery Special Assistant to the Director of Athletics ........... Penny Dew NCAA Faculty Representative ..............................Micky Smith NCAA Athletic Compliance Director...................... Dee Outlaw Nickname...................................................................... Tigers School Colors ................................................... Red and White Conference........................................... Gulf South Conference Affiliation ....................................................NCAA Division II Facility (Capacity) ................................. Tiger Stadium (7,000) UWA Athletic Web Site ................................. athletics.uwa.edu Athletic Department Phone Number .................. (205) 652-3784 Athletic Department Fax Number ...................... (205) 652-3600

GENERAL INFORMATION Table of Contents .................................................................. 1 Media Information ................................................................ 2

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach ..................................................... Bobby Wallace Alma Mater ..................................... Mississippi State, 1976 Career Record ............................... 112-128-1 (22nd Season) Record at UWA ..................................11-21 (Fourth Season) Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Line ................. Tony Oglesby Alma Mater ......................................... West Alabama, 1986 Assistant Coach/Offensive Coordinator ...................... Will Hall Alma Mater ........................................ North Alabama, 2003 Assistant Coach/Defensive Coordinator ............ Andy Greening Alma Mater ..................................... Mississippi State, 1979 Assistant Coach/Secondary ...................................... Derek Hill Alma Mater ..........................................Morris Brown, 1983 Assistant Coach/Offensive Line .............................. Sam Gregg Alma Mater ........................................... Murray State, 2001 Assistant Coach/Wide Receivers ................... Desmond Lindsey Alma Mater ......................................... West Alabama, 2004 Assistant Coach/Tight Ends .................................. Scott Harper Alma Mater ................................................. Marshall, 2000 Athletic Trainer ........................... Brad Montgomery, MAT, ATC 2008 Record ....................................................................... 4-7 GSC Record ....................................................................... 2-6 Letterwinner winners returning/lost ................................ 46/24 Offensive..................................................................... 12/5 Defensive ...................................................................... 5/8 Special .......................................................................... 1/3 Starters returning/lost ..................................................... 18/16 Offensive..................................................................... 22/9 Defensive ...................................................................22/11 Special .......................................................................... 2/4 SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director (FB Contact): .............. Kyle Lewis E-Mail ..........................................................klewis@uwa.edu Phone Number ................................................. (205) 652-3719 Assistant Sports Information Director: ................ Tony Schmidt E-Mail ...................................................... tschmidt@uwa.edu Phone Number ................................................. (205) 652-3596 Mailing Address ................................................UWA Station 5 ......................................................... Livingston, AL 35470 Overnight Address ............................. Maintance and Receiving ...................................................... Hwy. 11 Washington St. ..............................................................Foust Hall Room 5 ......................................................... Livingston, AL 35470

THE UNIVERSITY The University of West Alabama ......................................... 4-5 Dr. Richard D. Holland, University President ......................... 6 Dr. E. J. Brophy, Director of Athletics.................................... 7 UWA Head Coaches .............................................................. 8 UWA Assistant Coaches and Support Staff ............................. 9 THE TIGERS Bobby Wallace, Head Coach ................................................ 11 Assistant Coaches .......................................................... 12-14 Will Hall, Andy Greening, Tony Oglesby ......................... 12 Sam Gregg, Derek Hill, Desmond Lindsey ....................... 13 Scott Harper, Robert Herring, Student Coaches ................ 14 Player Bios .................................................................... 15-27 Returning Players ...................................................... 15-24 Newcomers ................................................................ 25-27 2009 OPPONENTS Belhaven, Harding, Arkansas Tech ....................................... 29 Southern Arkansas, Valdosta State, Lambuth ........................ 30 Delta State, UAM, West Georgia .......................................... 31 Ouachita Baptist, North Alabama, SID Directory .................. 32 THE 2008 SEASON REVIEW 2008 Tiger Statistics ....................................................... 34-35 2008 Boxscores .............................................................. 36-41 2008 Gulf South Conference Statistics ................................. 42 The Gulf South Conference ................................................. 43 RECORD BOOK Year-By-Year Leaders ......................................................... 45 Team Game/Season Records ................................................ 46 Individual Game, Season and Career Records ....................... 47 Career Records ............................................................... 48-50 All-Americans, All-Region, All-GSC ................................... 51 Tigers in the Pros ................................................................ 52 Year-By-Year Results ..................................................... 53-60 Tigers in the Postseason ................................................. 61-62 All-Time Roster ............................................................. 63-68

CREDITS

The 2009 University of West Alabama football media guide is a production of the University of West Alabama Sports Information office. The guide was compiled, written and edited by Kyle Lewis. The covers were designed by Amy Robertson. Photography proveded by Fleming Photography, Britt Jones, Joe Chance and Will Atkinson. Special thanks to Tony Schmidt, Pamela Tanner, Herb Brooks, Glen Harris, Penny Dew, Dee Outlaw, Micky Smith, E. J. Brophy, R. T. Floyd, Bobby Wallace, Seale Broughton and UWA Printing.

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COACH / ATHLETE INTERVIEWS Please make arrangements for all interviews with West Alabama student-athletes and coaches through Sports Information Director Kyle Lewis by calling (205) 652-3596. UWA student-athletes are also routinely available for interviews following practice sessions and competitions, following the NCAA 10-minute cooling off period. No athlete telephone numbers will be given out. Please respect this policy and coordinate ALL athlete/coach interviews through the UWA Sports Information Office. MEDIA SERVICES The UWA Sports Information Office compiles and distributes statistics amd notes prior to each game and complete game results at the conclusion of competition. Following each game, box scores will be distributed to the sports information office of the visiting school and, upon request, to media outlets. WIRELESS INTERNET Wireless internet access is available at Tiger Stadium. For more information please contact the UWA Sports Information Office.

GSC WEEKLY RELEASE The Gulf South Conference sends out weekly releases and updated stats throughout the season. The releases include updated team notes, conference players of the week along with league standings. Please contact the GSC Sports Information staff for more information. Assistant Commissioner Media & Public Affairs Michael Anderson - (205) 991-9980 gscsid@mindspring.com Assistant Sports Information Director Michael Banks - (205) 991-9980 banks@highspd.com Assistant Sports Information Director Eric SanInocencio - (205) 991-9980 gscassistantsid@mindspring.com GSC Official Web Site www.GulfSouthConference.org GSC Mailing Address 2101 Providence Park; Suite 200 Birmingham, AL 35242 HOTELS Livingston Motel

(Area Code 205) Highway 11

652-9621

Highway 28

652-4839

Highway 28

652-9751

Comfort Inn

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DIRECTIONS TO TIGER STADIUM From Interstate 20/59: Exit 17, Highway 28 East to Livingston. Right on Highway 11 to UWA campus. From US Highway 80: Highway 28 West to Livingston. Right on Highway 11 to UWA campus. UWA ON THE INTERNET Visit the official West Alabama Athletics home page on the Internet at: www.athletics. uwa.edu. The site offers up-to-date information on all of UWA’s 10 NCAA varsity sports, including schedules and results, player andcoach biographies as well as the latest news from each UWA athletic program. The site provides links to the NCAA and the Gulf South Conference.

The Western Inn RESTAURANTS (Area Code 205) Austin’s Steakhouse 652-6868 Burger King 652-6710 China Dragon 652-2558 Dandy Don’s 652-2743 Diamond Jim’s & Mrs. Donna’s 652-5750 Hardee’s 652-9840 Pizza Hut 652-6811 Sonic Drive-In 652-6353 Interstate Chevron/Subway 652-9226 The Bakery 652-6561 Tres Hermanos 652-1307

WEST ALABAMA MEDIA OUTLETS TELEVISION WTOK-TV

Lindsey Hall lindsey.hall@wtok.com P.O. Box 2988 Meridian, MS 39391 (601) 693-6397

RADIO FOX Sports 104.9 FM, WSLY

Wayne Grant 11474 Hwy 11 York, AL 36925 (205) 392-5234

NEWSPAPERS The Meridian Star Chris Brennaman Chris.Brennaman@themeridianstar.com P.O. Box 1591 Merdian, MS 39301 (601) 458-1290 The Birmingham News Mike Perrin mperrin@bhamnews.com 2200 Fourth Avenue North Birmingham, AL 35202 (205) 325-2222 The Tuscaloosa News Andrew Carroll Andrew.Carroll@tuscaloosanews.com P.O. Box 20736 Tuscaloosa, AL (205) 345-0505 The Mobile Register Randy Kennedy rkennedy@press-register.com P.O. Box 2488 Mobile, AL 36652 (251) 434-8662 The Demopolis Times Jeremy Smith jeremy.smith@demopolistimes.com 315 E. Jefferson St. Demopolis, AL 36732 (334) 289-4017 WIRE SERVICE Associated Press

John Zenor jzenor@ap.org P.O. Box 1000 Montgomery, AL 36101 (334) 265-7177

UWA Football on B2 Network The University of West Alabama, member of the Gulf South Conference, and B2 Networks announced a multi-year agreement to broadcast Tiger athletics and events on the leading broadband broadcast Network. Starting in the fall of 2008, West Alabama will officially begin broadcasting all football, volleyball, men’s basketball and women’s basketball home games. UWA athletics and other selected campus events will be available for fans to view both live

and On-Demand. Broadcasts will be aired through the school’s website at http://athletics.uwa.edu/default.asp as well as www.b2tv.com. Fans wanting to watch Tiger athletics via B2 Networks will need a highspeed Internet connection and a current version of Microsoft Windows Media Player. Games will be sold on an individual basis for $7 (US) and season packages for football and basketball will also be available. B2 Networks is a premier provider of reliable and secure international television and pay-per-view broadcasting systems.

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The University

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THE UWA

THE UNIVERSITY OF WEST ALABAMA

The University of West Alabama is a fully accredited state institution with a nationwide reputation for its outstanding student body and faculty members. West Alabama is small enough that the students get to know almost everyone on campus, and guests are greeted with a friendly “Hello” from passing faculty and students. The University was founded in 1835 as a female academy, and during the late 19th and early 20th centuries was under the leadership of the colorful Miss Julia Tutwiler. Through the efforts of Miss Tutwiler, this institution became one of the most outstanding teacher colleges in the South. The University is located in Livingston, Alabama, the county seat of Sumter County, on United States Highway 11, Alabama Highway 28, and Interstate 20/59. It is 116 miles southwest of Birmingham, 130 miles west of Montgomery, and 37 miles east of Meridian, Mississippi. Although the original school site covered only seven acres, the facilities have grown, and today the campus sprawls over 574 acres, with beautiful rolling hills, woods, and a 54-acre lake. An old covered bridge, located near the George C. Wallace Union Building, reflects the mood and character of this easy, quiet, and friendly part of the state. The University of West Alabama is governed by a Board of Trustees appointed by the Governor of Alabama. While recognizing a special obligation to the educational, economic, and cultural life of the community and region where it is located, the University welcomes students from more distant locales.

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The University is comprised of the College of Liberal Arts, the College of Education, the College of Business, the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, the Division of Nursing, and the School of Graduate Studies. It offers the Associate in Science, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Master of Arts in Teaching, Master of Education and Master of Science in Continuing Education degrees. Additionally, the University’s College of Education, College of Business, and Division of Nursing are accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, The Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs, and the UNIVERSITY FACTS National League of Founded: 1835 Nursing, respectively. The University’s accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools gives regional and national recognition to credits and degrees earned at the University. The student body of some 4,157 comes from Alabama and many other states. Of the teaching faculty, well over 50 percent hold earned doctorates and more than 65 percent have at least one year of education beyond the master’s degree.

Location:

Livingston, Ala.

President:

Dr. Richard Holland

Enrollment:

4,888

Geographic:

70% in-state, 30% out -of-state

Student/Teacher Ratio Faculty:

18 to 1

72% hold doctoral degrees

Average Costs:

9,469 in-state, 14,069 out-of-state

Academic Emphasis:

Liberal Arts Business Education

Natural Sciences & Mathmematics Technology, Nursing

THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES Governor of Alabama His Excellency Governor Bob Riley State Superintendent of Education Dr. Joe Morton Mrs. Jean Dearman Anderson .............................Tuscaloosa, Mr. Thomas Ballow, Jr. ................................... Montgomery, Mr. Terry Bunn .................................................Tuscaloosa, Mrs. Lena Hardaway.......................................... Livingston, Mr. Randall I. Hillman.................................... Montgomery, Mrs. Rebecca Stanford Lewis .................................. Auburn, Mrs. Margaret Lovett .................................... Muscle Shoals, Mr. John Northcutt ............................................ Demopolis, Mr. Willie Bruce O’Neal .................................. Birmingham, Mr. Alex Saad ........................................................ Daphne, Mr. John Smith .............................................. Montgomery, Mr. Thed Spree ..................................................... Boligee,

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Dr. Richard D. Holland • President SEVENTH YEAR AT UWA THE UNIVERSITY OF WEST ALABAMA, 1965 (BA), 1967 (MS) THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, 1974 (PhD) In 2002, Dr. Richard D. Holland became the tenth President of the University of West Alabama, founded in 1835. He earned his bachelor and master’s degree in Biology at the University of West Alabama and his Ph.D. in Botany at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Prior to becoming President, he served as a Professor of Biology and Dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at UWA.

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Holland’s contributions to the University, the community, and the State of Alabama are numerous. His areas of service include: Chair of UWA’s Reaffi rmation Self-Study Committee for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools in 1991 and 2002; Chair of the University Senate for five terms; Member of the Board of Directors for the UWA Foundation; Member of the Council of Arts and Sciences Deans and Council of Presidents for the Alabama Commission on Higher Education; Member of the President’s Council of the Higher Education Partnership of Alabama; State of Alabama Liaison to the American Association of State Colleges and Universities; Chair of the Sumter County Historical Society; Member of the Board of Directors of the Sumter County Fine Arts Council; Member of the Board of Directors and President of the Sumter County Historical Society; Member and Treasurer of the City of Livingston Beautification Committee; Member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Alabama Wildflower Society; Member of the Alabama Advisory Committee on Roadside Plantings; Member of the Board of Directors of the Nature Conservancy Chapter of Alabama; Member of the Onsite Wastewater Management Committee of the Alabama Department of Public Heath; Member of the Board of the Tombigbee RC&D Council; Chair of the West Alabama Regional Alliance; Member of the Board of Directors of the Black Belt Community Foundation; Member of the Governor’s Black Belt Action Commission; Chair of the Alabama Medical Education Consortium and the Black Belt Health Scholars Partnership; and is the recipient of the Silver Beaver Award presented by the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America for distinguished service to youth.

Dr. Holland has been honored by his peers in the academic community, by his students, and to his fellow UWA Alumni. His honors include; UWA Society of the Golden Key; Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha Phi Omega; the Alpha Chi National Honor Society; Recipient of the UWA Gilbert Award for Outstanding Teaching in 1994 and 1990; UWA Faculty Loyalty Award; Distinguished Service Award from the Association of Conservation Districts, Area III; Sterling’s Who’s Who International; Charter Member of the UWA Chapter of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi; and the Beta Beta Beta National Biological Society.

A Message from the President ... Welcome to West Alabama’s regional state university. As a comprehensive state university, we offer a broad range of academic programs leading to the associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees, as well as support services to the business, government, and education communities. We also have students from throughout the United States and from many countries, creating a diverse and stimulating learning environment. There are very few universities left that can offer quality academic programs in a very personal setting at a reasonable cost. Our average class size is about twenty-three students, and our students receive advisement and counseling directly from the faculty in their major areas. Furthermore, we offer a small town setting with a secure environment, free from many of the distractions of larger cities. All of our academic colleges offer various forms of consulting and problem solving to diverse businesses and agencies within the region. Many of these programs provide our students with hands-on experience in the form of practica and internships, as well as providing valuable support to the community. As UWA’s president, I make it a priority to be visible on campus, and my door is always open to students. Indeed, at UWA, all employees pride themselves on placing students first.

Dr. Richard D. Holland and wife, Becky

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Dr. E. J. Brophy • Director of Athletics FOURTH YEAR AT UWA UAB, 1995 (BA), 1998 (MS), 2009 (PhD) Dr. E. J. Brophy enters his fourth year as Director of Athletics at the University of West Alabama after serving as Assistant Athletic Director for External Affairs at the University of Alabama at Birmingham from March 2005 through May 2006. Brophy, who has nearly 17 years of experience as a professional athlete, collegiate coach and university athletic administrator, joined the UAB athletic department in January 2003 as Assistant Director of Athletic Development. A Montgomery, Ala., native, Brophy was responsible for athletic fund-raising, day-to-day operations of the Blazer Club scholarship organization, game-day hospitality for donors at Blazer football and basketball games and various other duties. In March, 2005, Brophy was named Assistant Athletic Director for External Affairs and continued coordinating the Blazer Club scholarship fund and all basketball and football priority seating. After an all-conference baseball career at UAB from 1989-1992, Brophy was drafted as a 37th-round selection by the Philadelphia Phillies and spent four seasons in their minor league system, reaching the Triple-A level in 1995. At the conclusion of his playing career, Brophy was named assistant baseball coach at Samford University in 1996 and held the same post at the University of Montevallo in 1998. He was the head baseball coach at Wallace Community College in Selma, Ala., from August 1998 until January 2003. In recognition of gaining his 100th collegiate coaching victory in 2002, he was named to the Alabama and American Baseball Coaches Century Club. Brophy has served as a member of the NCAA Division II Regional Baseball committee since 2007 and was recently named to the National Division II Baseketball committee. Brophy was also named to the Papa Johns.Com Bowl committee in Birmingham, Ala. for 2009-10 Brophy graduated from UAB in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education, and also earned a Master of Arts degree in Physical Education from UAB in 1998. He received a PhD from UAB in Educational Leadership in August 2009. Brophy is married to the former Cindy Wooten of Birmingham, Ala. They have two children: son Brooks, 10, and daughter Bailey, 7.

TIGER ATHLETICS UNDER BROPHY Facility Improvements • New scoreboard and chairback seating at Tiger Stadium. • New Tiger Club hospitality rooms created for football and basketball. • Renovation of Volleyball and Women’s basketball locker rooms. • New locker room built at UWA Softball Complex. • New locker room built for Cross Country at Lake LU. • Completion of the Dora Dahlberg Beard Indoor Practice Facility at the Tartt Baseball Complex. • Conference championship signs hung at Pruitt Hall, Tiger Stadium, Tartt Field and the UWA Softball Complex. Corporate Partnerships & Development • Procured over $750,000 in private contributions since June 1, 2006. • Secured a multi-year apparel partnership with Adidas for all UWA athletic teams. • Helped solidify campus-wide corporate partnership with Coca-Cola of Meridian. Academics • UWA placed a combined 30 student-athletes on the Gulf South Conference’s Honor Rolls in 2008-2009. • Received a prestigious NCAA minority coaching grant for Women’s Cross Country. • At the 2009 UWA Honors Day Convocation, 26 studentathletes earned academic awards. Athletics • Had first winning season in football in 14 years in 2006. • Football ranked 22nd in the nation in average home attendance in 2006. • Baseball claimed the 2007 and 2009 GSC Eastern Division Championships. • Baseball earned a berth in the 2008 and 2009 NCAA Tournament. • Women’s Basketball advanced to the 2007 and 2008 GSC Tournaments. • Women’s Volleyball opened the 2007 season with 18 straight wins and were the last NCAA Division II team in America to lose a match. • Women’s Tennis recorded the best season in school history with 15 wins in 2008. • Men’s Tennis recorded the best season in school history with 18 wins in 2009 and an appearance in the NCAA Tournament. • Softball tied the schools record for wins (42) in 2009 and made their first appearance in the GSC Tournament in over a decade. • Men’s Basketball made their first appearance in the GSC Tournament in eleven years. • Former Women’s Basketball standout Ashton Washington was named the 2008 Gulf South Conference Woman of the Year. Marketing • Started the 80 plus member Junior Tiger Kids Club. • Enhanced Gameday experiences at Tiger home athletic events. • All Football, Men’s and Women’s Basketball and Volleyball games are streamed over the web via UWA’s recent partnership with the B2 Network.

Brophy talks with WTOK Sports Director Lindsey Hall during a televised game.

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Will Atkinson

Glen Fanelli

Amanda Marks

Eddie McCarter

Head Coach Softball

Head Coach Men’s and Women’s Tennis

Head Coach Women’s Basketball

Head Coach Men’s Basketball

• Completed third year as the UWA softball coach; eighth as college head coach. • Guided Tigers to a 42-17 record in 2009 en route to the program’s first berth in the GSC Tournament since 1997. • The 42 wins tied the school record for victories in a season. • A 1999 graduate of Lambuth University.

• Concluded second season at the helm of the UWA tennis programs.

• Has coached eight seasons at UWA.

• Finished second basketball season at UWA.

• Under the guidance of Fanelli, the UWA men’s team became the first tennis team in UWA laurels to earn a berth into the NCAA Tournament.

• Six Gulf South Conference Basketball Tournament berths.

• Last season, he led the Tigers back to the GSC Men’s Basketball Tournament, the first appearance in 11 seasons.

• The UWA women’s squad advanced to the GSC Tournament for the second consecutive year.

• Two appearances in the NCAA Tournament.

• A 1986 graduate of the University of Kentucky.

• Two GSC East Division crowns.

• Spent eight seasons as Calhoun Community College with five years at the helm.

• Surpassed the 200-career win plateau last season. • Graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 1975.

• Graduate of North Alabama, where she played basketball.

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Don Medeiros

Chad Phipps

Gary Rundles

Tabitha Turner

Head Coach Men’s and Women’s Cross Country

Head Coach Men’s and Women’s Rodeo

Head Coach Baseball

Head Coach Volleyball

• Concluded third season at the helm of the UWA cross country teams. • Guided the men’s and women’s teams to their best GSC performance in school history. The men finished sixth with the women in 10th. • Both teams competed in the NCAA South Regionals with the men in ninth and women in 13th. • A Graduate of Santa Clara University in 1965.

• Begins his third year this season. • Has helped lead four wranglers to qualify for the Collegiate National Finals Rodeo. • Coached the 2008 Ozark Region Champion, Natasha Parker, in Breakaway Roping. • Was the 2000 Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association’s Southeastern Circuit Rookie Bull Rider of the Year and the PRCA’s Southeastern Circuit Champion Bull Rider in 2001.

• Finished ninth season as the skipper for the UWA baseball team. • Has led the Tigers to three NCAA Regional berths, including a berth in the NCAA South Regional in 2009. • Guided the Red and White to the 2005 Gulf South Conference Baseball Tournament title. • Coached two All-Americans, including two-time All-American Rob Dahlberg. • Graduate of Carson-Newman.

• Graduate of the University of Tennessee at Martin.

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• Begins first season as the Head Coach of the UWA women’s volleyball program. • Served as an Assistant Coach for the 2008 edition of the Tiger volleyball team, helping the Red and White to its second consecutive GSC Tournament. • A 2006 graduate of Campell University, where she played volleyball for the Camels.


Seale Broughton Admin. Asst. Football/ Athletic Training, Ins. Coord.

Andy Greening Football Assistant Coach

Peter Cruz, Jr. Volleyball Assistant Coach

Sam Gregg Football Assistant Coach

Tracey Dahlen Softball Assistant Coach

Andy Grubbs, MEd, ATC Associate Athletic Trainer

Penny Dew Special Assistant to the Director of Athletics

Shanna Grubbs, MAT, ATC Assistant Athletic Trainer

Joe Eatmon Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach

Will Hall Football Assistant Coach

R.T. Floyd, EdD, ATC, CSCS Dir. Athletic Training & Sports Medicine

Betsy Harris Women’s Basketball Associate Head Coach

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Derek Hill Football Assistant Coach

Mike Jones Baseball Assistant Coach

Dee Outlaw Compliance Director

Desmond Lindsey Football Assistant Coach

Kyle Sampsell, MAT, ATC Assistant Athletic Trainer

Brad Montgomery, MAT, ATC Head Athletic Trainer

Micky Smith Faculty Athletic Representative

Janet Montgomery Associate Athletic Director/SWA

David Steed Baseball Assistant Coach

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Tony Oglesby Football Assistant Head Coach


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Bobby Wallace • Head Coach FOURTH YEAR AT UWA MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY, 1976 (BS) Bobby Wallace begins his fourth season as the head football coach at The University of West Alabama. Prior to arriving in Livingston, he had served as the head coach at Temple University since 1997. The Wallace Era began with UWA recording its first winning season in 14 years, as the Tigers finished 6-5 on the season. UWA ended several streaks picking up wins at Lambuth, against Southern Arkansas and at Arkansas-Monticello. UWA finished the 2007 season with a 1-9 record and posted a 4-7 record in 2008. Since his arrival in Livingston, he has coached 15 All-Gulf South Conference members, two All-Americans and three All-Region performers. Wallace’s first head coaching stint came in the GSC when he was the head coach at the University of North Alabama from 1988-1997. During his time at UNA, he led the Lions to three consecutive national championships from 1993-1995, as his squads finished with an overall record of 41-1 during the course of those three seasons. The 1995 team was selected as the “Best Team of the Quarter Century” in Division II and linebacker Ronald McKinnon became the first, and to this point the only, defensive player to win the Harlon Hill Trophy. Wallace also led UNA to Gulf South Conference Championships during the 1993-1995 seasons, while his Lions also qualified for the NCAA Division II Playoffs six times during his tenure. Over his 10 seasons at the helm, he compiled an overall mark of 82-36-1, and he also produced a total of 12 NFL players.

WALLACE FILE Full Name: Born: Family: Education High School: College: Coaching Experience 2006-pres.: 1998-05: 1988-97: 1987: 1986: 1981-85: 1980: 1977-79: 1976: Playing Experience High School: College:

Robert Hue Wallace Sept. 17, 1954 in Magnolia, Ark. Married to the former Sharon Mitchum. Children Robert, Lindsey and Blake. 1972 - Callaway High School (Jackson, Miss.) 1976 - B.S. Physical Education (Mississippi State) Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Defensive Backs Defensive Coordinator Defensive Backs Defensive Backs Defensive Backs Graduate Assistant

West Alabama Temple University North Alabama Illinois Mississippi State Auburn Wyoming East Carolina Mississippi State

1968-72 Callaway H.S 1972-76 Mississippi State * Member of the 1974 Sun Bowl Team

Throughout the course of his successful coaching career, Wallace has been awarded with several honors. He was named the GSC Coach of the Year three straight seasons from 1993-1995, while also being named the NCAA Division II National Coach of the Year during that same span. In 1997, he was named the first Division II Coach of the Quarter Century, before being inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame in 2004. Prior to embarking in a career as a head coach, he has also served as defensive backs coach at Illinois, Mississippi State, Auburn, Wyoming and East Carolina, where his teams were consistently ranked in the top five nationally in pass defense. During his stint at Auburn, he was noted for recruiting and signing Bo Jackson.

COACHING AWARDS AND HONORS 1993

Gulf South Conference Coach of the Year National Coach of the Year

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Gulf South Conference Coach of the Year National Coach of the Year

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Gulf South Conference Coach of the Year National Coach of the Year

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Division II Coach of the Quarter Century

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Alabama Sports Hall of Fame

Bobby Wallace enters his fourth season of prowling the sidelines in Livingston.

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Will Hall • Offensive Coordinator SECOND YEAR AT UWA NORTH ALABAMA, 2003 Will Hall begins his second season as the offensive coordinator at the University of West Alabama. Hall joined the Tigers staff after serving as offensive coordinator at the University of Arkansas at Monticello in 2007. Hall helped guide the Boll Weevils to the top of the Gulf South Conference in rushing offense and into third place in total offense this past season, while mentoring GSC Freshman of the Year Scott Buisson.

An Amory, Miss.-native, Hall was a standout quarterback at the University of North Alabama, where he was the 2003 Harlon Hill Trophy recipient while leading the Lions to a 13-1 record and the Division II National Quarterfinals. He was named All-American by the Associated Press, Daktronics, Football Gazette and d2football.com, and set 16 school records in his two seasons at UNA. Prior to his playing days at UNA, Hall was a two-time Junior College All-American at Northwest Mississippi Community College, leading the Rangers to a 21-1 record while setting two national NJCAA records for singleseason passing with 3,983 yards and 48 touchdowns.

Prior to his stint at UAM, Hall served as Offensive Coordinator at Southwest Baptist University in 2006, and led SBU to 23rd nationally in total offense and 15th in rushing yards per game in Division II. Hall has also had coaching stints at Presbyterian College (S.C.) and Henderson State.

Andy Greening • Defensive Coordinator SECOND YEAR AT UWA MISSISSIPPI STATE, 1979

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Andy Greening begins his second season as defensive coordinator for the UWA Football Team. Greening has served as a member of the Northeast Mississippi Community College coaching staff for the past 10 years. In his first season in Livingston, the Tigers ranked third in the GSC in scoring defense and was fourth in total defense allowing 333 yards per game, as UWA held opponents to just over 24 points per game. As the head coach at NEMCC, Greening led the Tigers to three Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) North Division Titles (2002, 2004, 2005). In the Hurricane Katrinashortened 2005 season, Greening coached Northeast to the only undefeated regular season in school history (7-0), a national ranking that climbed as high as number two, and to the Pilgrim’s Pride Bowl Classic

in Mount Pleasant, Texas which was the first-ever bowl appearance for a Tiger football team. In 2005 both the offense and defense ranked in the top 20 in the country at season’s end. Greening, a Corinth, Miss.-native, started coaching at Northeast in 1998 as Defensive Coordinator on Coach Laurin Collins’ staff and served in that capacity for two more seasons under Coach Bobby Hall before taking over as head coach in 2003. Prior to his stint with the Tigers, Greening was a successful head coach at Booneville High School, Amory High School and Alcorn Central High School. Greening attended NEMCC, where he played football, before receiving a Bachelor of Science degree from Mississippi State University in Health and Physical Education in 1979. He also earned a Masters Degree from MSU in 1984.

Tony Oglesby • Assistant Head Coach 13TH YEAR AT UWA WEST ALABAMA, 1986 Tony Oglesby enters the 2009 season, his 13th at West Alabama, with an unparalleled work ethic and a verve for smart, aggressive defense. He came to UWA in 1997 after a six-year term coaching linebackers and defensive ends at GSC rival West Georgia, where he appeared in the NCAA Division II Playoffs twice. Oglesby also mentored defensive linemen and inside linebackers while serving as co-defensive coordinator at North Greenville Junior College in 1990.

linebackers in 1989. Oglesby had an outstanding prep career at Elberton (Ga.) County High School, earning high school All-State and All-American honors while registering 210 tackles as a senior linebacker. The Elberton, Ga., native earned a B.S. in Health Education from UWA in 1986.

He was a four-time letterman and three-year starter at linebacker for UWA from 1983-86. He remained at UWA to serve as a student assistant from 1987-88 and a graduate assistant in charge of outside

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Sam Gregg • Assistant Coach SECOND YEAR AT UWA MURRAY STATE, 2001 Sam Gregg begins his second season as the offensive line coach for UWA after serving in the same position at the University of Arkansas at Monticello for one season. Gregg, a native of Amory, Miss., was a high school teammate of Will Hall at Amory High School and has coached with Hall at UAM and Southwest Baptist University.

While at SBU, he helped guide the Bearcat offense to 24th in the nation. Gregg also served as an Offensive Line Assistant at the University of Memphis in 2004. While with UM, the offensive line gave up only five sacks the entire season and earned a trip to the Motor City Bowl in Detroit, Mich. Gregg’s collegiate career began at Itawamba (MS) Community College under Jay Miller, where he later served as defensive line coach in 2003. He also played at Murray State University from 2000 to 2001 under Joe Pannunzio.

In his first season with the Red and White, his offensive line helped Dameon Baylor to becoming one of the top rushers in the GSC, as Baylor gathered 731 yards on the ground. Jon Weinreich, a member of the UWA O-Line, was named to the All-GSC First Team and also received All-Region honors

Derek Hill • Assistant Coach FIRST YEAR AT UWA MORRIS BROWN, 1983 Derek Hill begins his first season as defensive backs coach for the UWA football team. Hill joins the Tiger staff after serving for one season as the defensive backs coach for the Georgia Mustangs of the North American Football League. Coach Hill brings 23 years of coaching experience and five National Championships to Livingston, with the most recent title occurring in 1998 at Florida A&M University. The Morris Brown alum also served on three consecutive National Championship staffs at the University of North Alabama from 1993 through 1995 under current UWA Head Coach Bobby Wallace, and was on the Central State (OH) University staff that claimed the 1990 NAIA Division I National Championship. While at CSU, the defensive backfield led the nation in interceptions in

1988 and 1989. Prior to coaching with the Mustangs last season, Hill coached two seasons at Eastside High School in Covington, Ga., serving as defensive backs coach. Coach Hill has also spent time at Morehouse College, Southeast Missouri State and as a graduate assistant at the University of Illinois. Hill, who was elected to the Morris Brown Hall of Fame in 1989, has coached 12 players that have gone on to play professionally.

Desmond Lindsey • Assistant Coach SECOND YEAR AT UWA WEST ALABAMA, 2004 Desmond Lindsey begins his second season at UWA, as the wide receivers coach. Lindsey, a Taylorsville, Miss. native, served as wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator at UAM in 2007. A former Delta State standout, Lindsey tutored three of the GSC’s top 10 receivers in 2007. In 2008, Lindsey coached a trio UWA receivers who gathered in over five touchdowns each. The Tigers top five receivers from 2008 all return for the 2009 campaign. Prior to his stint with the Boll Weevils, Lindsey served as the Wide

Receivers Coach at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College in Perkinston, Miss. While at MCGCC, he helped guide the Bulldogs to the 2005 MACJC South Division Championship, while mentoring two MACJC All-State wide receivers. Lindsey’s playing career started at Taylorsville (Miss.) High School, where he was a teammate of current Washington Redskins quarterback and former Auburn University standout Jason Campbell and the pair shared one 2A state championships. Lindsey also played two seasons at Jones County Junior College in Ellisville, Miss. before heading to Delta State. Lindsey received his Bachelor’s degree from UWA in 2004 with a B.S. in physical education. He has completed his Master’s degree at UWA in 2009 with a MAT in physical education.

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Scott Harper • Assistant Coach THIRD YEAR AT UWA MARSHALL, 2000 Scott Harper begins his third season coaching at West Alabama after several years of college and professional playing experience. He began his collegiate career at Gulf Coast Community College in Perkinston, Mississippi. After two seasons with the Bulldogs, he transferred to Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia and was a lineman on the Thudering Herds’ 1999 and 2000 Mid-American Conference championship teams.

In his spare time, he volunteered at Foley High School in Foley, Alabama, during the 2006 season assisting the coaching staff. Scott recieved his undergraduate degree in criminal justice from Marshall and he is currently working towards his Master’s Degree at UWA.

After one season in the National Football League, he moved to Canada and played two seasons in the Candian Football League with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

Robert Herring • Assistant Coach

Michael McCarty • Assistant Coach

THIRD YEAR AT UWA

SECOND YEAR AT UWA WEST ALABAMA, 2008

Robert Herring enters his third season at UWA, where he has coached wide receivers and tight ends.

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Herring, a graduate of Oxford High School in Oxford, Ala., where he was a member of the 1989 State Championships team, comes to Livingston after serving as the offensive coordinator at Shelby County High School in Birmingham for his younger brother Ryan. Herring attended the University of Alabama before returning to his alma mater in 1995 to coach the Yellow Jacket quarterbacks. Herring left OHS in 2000 to become the wide receivers coach at Newnan High School in Newnan, Ga, where he stayed until 2004. Herring’s father, Robert, is a member of the Alabama High School Hall of Fame after winning three State Championships at Oxford High School.

Michael McCarty begins his second season as a member of the UWA staff serving as the tight ends coach and the video coordinator. McCarty started his coaching career with the Tigers working with the quarterbacks under the guidance of UWA Offensive Coordinator Will Hall. McCarty began his playing career at Troy University, where he played wide receiver for the Trojans from 2001-2004 before transferring to Livingston in 2006, where he was a member of Bobby Wallace’s first team at UWA. McCarty is a 2001 graduate of Sumiton Christian High School, where he finished his prep career with 3,200 yards receiving. McCarty, a native of Birmingham, Ala., completed his Bachelor of Science degree at UWA in 2008 in sports management, he is currently working toward his Masters in physical education.

Sam Mosley • Assistant Coach

Chris McCrory • Assistant Coach

FIRST YEAR AT UWA

FIRST YEAR AT UWA

Sam Mosley begins his first season as a member of the UWA coaching staff after a four year, playing career with the Tigers. Mosley helped anchor the UWA offensive line in his last three seasons after playing tight end his first season. The Camden, Ala.-native played in 42 games for the Tigers as a mainstay in the starting lineup. Prior to UWA, Mosley played for Head Coach Chris Barford at Wilcox Academy (Ala.), where helped guide the Wildcats to a 35-13 four-year, prep-career record. During his prep career he was named AllState, All-Metro, All-Star MVP and Super Senior.

Chris McCrory begins his first season as a member of the UWA coaching staff. McCrory earned his Bachelor of Science in secondary education in the spring semester of 2008 from the University of Mississippi. McCrory served as a student assistant for the Rebels. Prior to his years at Ole Miss, McCrory attened Itawamba Community College in Fulton, Miss. McCrory is a 2003 graduate of Amory High School was he was a kicker for the Panther football team.

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TARIQ ALI

touchdown … Also tied for sixth longest pass play in school history, pulling in an 84-yard, touchdown catch from Deon Williams at Harding on Sept. 6 … Finished tops on the team in all-purpose yards with 1,252 and 10 total touchdowns.

Linebacker • 6-2 • 205 • Senior Birmingham, Ala. • Huffman HS 2008: Sat out as a redshirt. 2007: Named All-Gulf South Conference ... Played in all 10 games ... Led the team with 83 tackles, including six for a loss of 12 yards ... Pulled in two interceptions for 13 yards ... Recorded a career-high 14 tackles against Arkansas-Monticello on October 25 ... Tallied double digit tackles three times during the season with 13 against Harding on September 29 and 12 at North Alabama on November 10 ... The two INT’s came in a loss at West Georgia. 2006: Played in all 11 games for West Alabama, including 10 starts … Recorded 54 total tackles with 8.5 going for a loss … Totaled 1.5 sacks on the year for a loss of 19 yards … Tallied three pass break ups and registered three fumble recoveries … Had a season-high eight tackles at Valdosta State with six solos, two assisted tackles and one sack. 2005: Appeared in all 11 games for the Tigers at defensive end ... Had 14 total tackles, eight solo ... Also added one fumble recovery. Prep: Played for Head Coach Curtis Coleman at Huffman (Ala.) High School ... Helped lead the Vikings to the city championship and compiled a 70-13 during his four years at the school ... Named All-Metro by the Birmingham News ... Also lettered in basketball. Personal: Tariq Ali ... Born Sept. 2, 1987 in Birmingham, Ala. … Son of Danielle Ali … Has one sister, Denise.

Year 2007 2006 2005 Total

GP 10 11 11 32

TT 83 54 14 151

TFL 6.0 8.5 0.0 14.5

Sacks 0.0 1.5 0.0 1.5

PBU 1 3 0 4

Int 2 0 0 2

2007: Played in all 10 games for UWA … Named All-Gulf South Conference Second Team and 2007 Daktronics All-Southeast Region First Team … Played quarterback, running back and wide receiver while totaling 1,614 all-purpose yards with seven total touchdowns … Led the team in receiving with 151 yards and was second in rushing yards with 402 … Set the conference record with 216 kickoff return yards, including a school record tying 100-yard return for a touchdown against Harding on September 29 … Named GSC Special Teams Player of the Week for his efforts against Harding. 2006: Sat out season as redshirt. Prep: Prepped at J.O. Johnson High School for Harold Wells … During his time with the Jaguars, he was named All-Metro, All-City, AllRegion and All-State … Recorded 18 touchdowns (11 passing, seven rushing) while at J.O. Johnson … Was a two sports athlete, lettering in track. Personal: Terry Allen Jr. … Born Nov. 24, 1987 … Son of Terry and Jacqueline Allen. Year 2008 2007 Total

Rush 67 84 151

Yds. 462 402 864

Avg. 6.9 4.8 5.7

TD 4 4 8

Long 85 46 85

2008 2007 Total

Rec. 26 16 42

Yds. 451 151 602

Avg. 17.3 9.4 14.3

TD 4 1 5

Long 84 20 84

2008 2007 Total

Comp.-Att. 11-23 9-20 20-43

Pct. 47.8 45.0 46.5

Yds. 97 111 208

TD-Int. 2-2 0-0 2-2

Long 23 32 32

2008 2007 Total

KO Ret. 19 44 63

Yds. 339 1,061 1,400

Avg. 17.8 24.1 22.2

TD 0 2 2

Long 43 100 100

2008 2007 Total

Punt Ret. 0 1 1

Yds. 0 0 0

Avg. 0 0 0

TD 0 0 0

Long 0 0 0

DELANO ALLEN Defensive Back • 5-10 • 185 • Junior Riviera Beach, Fla. • Dana College 2008: Saw limited action with three games … Totaled one tackle on the season in the Tigers season opener vs. Belhaven on Aug. 30. Prior to UWA: Comes to Livingston by way of Dana College in Blair Nebraska. Prep: Prepped at William T. Dwyer High School. Personal: Delano Rodies Allen … Born Feb. 6, 1986 … Son of Saundra and Price Allen.

GP 11 10 21

DAMEON BAYLOR Running Back • 5-10 • 206 • Senior Meridian, Miss. • East Mississippi CC

TERRY ALLEN Wide Receiver • 5-7 • 154 • Junior Huntsville, Ala. • J. O. Johnson HS 2008: Played in a variety of roles for the Tigers … Led UWA in receiving with 451 yards and was second on the team in rushing with 462 yards … Also saw time under center for the Tigers … Career leader in kickoff returns with 1,400 yards … Furthered his name in the UWA record book with the second longest rushing play, an 85-yard scamper at Ouachita Baptist on Nov. 1, resulting in a

2008: Rushed a team best 730 yards, including nine touchdowns … Recorded four games with 100-plus yards on the ground, including a career-high 160 at Ouachita Baptist on Nov. 1 on 29 carries … Tied the school record for most rushing touchdowns in a single game with four en-route to his career-high … Also hauled in four receptions for 25 yards … Led the team in scoring with 54 points. Prior to UWA: Played two seasons at East Mississippi Community College in Scooba, Miss. … Rushed for 180 yards on 34 carries with one touchdown. Prep: Prepped at West Lauderdale High School for Stan McCain …

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Lettered four seasons at WLHS … Helped the Knights to the 2005 State Runner-Up finish and 2006 District Championship … Was named All-State, All-District and All-Region … Rushed for 1,300 yards and 20 touchdowns his senior season … Posted a career-high effort of 220 yards and four touchdowns against Carthage. Personal: Dameon Centrail Baylor … Born Oct. 5, 1987 … Son of Tawanda and Billy Baylor … Lettered in soccer and track and field. Year 2008 2008

GP 11

Rush 158

Yds. 730

Avg. 4.6

TD 9

Long 57

Rec. 4

Yds. 25

Avg. 6.2

TD 0

Long 23

RICKY BELL Defensive Back • 5-11 • 172 • Sophomore Aberdeen, Miss. • Aberdeen HS

JACOB BURKS Tight End • 6-3 • 234 • Sophomore Gulf Breeze, Fla. • Gulf Breeze HS

2008: Saw limited action for the Tigers in his first season, playing in the Red and White’s season opener against Belhaven and at Harding on Sept. 6. Prep: Prepped at Gulf Breeze High School … Lettered three seasons at GBHS with two seasons as captain … Was named All-Area and Pensacola Sports Association All-Star his senior season … Lettered in weightlifting and track. Personal: Jacob Griffin Burks … Son of Barbara and Buddy Burks … Born May 29, 1990 … A PSA Scholar Athlete, Hall of Fame, Rotary Club Scholar Athlete and FCA.

CHRIS CARLISLE 2008: Played in eight contests in his first season with the Tigers … Recorded a total of two tackles, including one in the season opener against Belhaven on Aug. 30 … Gathered his other tackle on Sept. 11 at Arkansas Tech. Prep: Prepped at Aberdeen High School under Chris Duncan … Lettered four seasons for the Bulldogs with one year as captain … Led AHS to the North Half Semi-Finals with a 9-4 record his senior season … Received the Iron Man Award and Daily Journal’s All-Area Leading Receiver … Recorded 37 receptions for 748 yards and seven touchdowns. Personal: Ricky Jamaar Bell … Born Nov. 18, 1989 … Son of Amy and Leroy Bell … Lettered in basketball at AHS … Also plays drums.

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CHASE BITOWF Linebacker • 5-11 • 194 • Sophomore Daphne, Ala. • Daphne HS 2008: Played in two contests for the Red and White … Recorded his lone tackle of the season in the Tigers’ season opener against Belhaven on Aug. 30 … Also logged playing time against Valdosta State on Sept. 27. 2007: Sat out season as redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Daphne High School … While at Daphne High School he helped his team to three consecutive 6A Region 2 Championships and in 2003 and 2005 they were 6A State Runner up. Personal: Chase Bitowf … Born Mar. 7, 1988 … Son of Steve and Pam Bitowf.

THOMAS BROWN Defensive End • 5-11 • 204 • Sophomore Northport, Ala. • Tuscaloosa County HS

Defensive Line • 5-11 • 265 • Junior Lafayette, Ala. • Lafayette HS 2008: Saw action in UWA’s season opener on Aug. 30 vs. Belhaven … Tied his career-high with a solo stop against the Blazers. 2007: Saw action in six games for UWA on the defensive line … Garnered one tackle on Nov. 10 at North Alabama. 2006: Sat out last season as redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Lafayette High School … Helped the Bulldogs to a region championship his senior season, finishing with a 10-2 record … Was named Defensive Player of the Year and MVP … Recorded 12 tackles and four sacks vs. Montgomery Academy … Named Second Team All-State and First Team All-Area … Was a three sport athlete, also playing basketball and baseball … Helped the Bulldogs to a region championship in 2006 and was named Defensive Player of the Year. Personal: Chris Carlisle … Son of Willie and Sabrina Carlisle … Born Oct. 18, 1987.

AUSTIN CICHON Offensive Line • 6-2 • 321 • Sophomore Auburn, Ala. • Auburn HS 2008: Played in 10 games for the Tigers, helping anchor an offensive attack that rushed for 1,780 yards on the season, which ranked fifth in the GSC. 2007: Sat out last season as redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Auburn High School … In 2005 he received Most Improved Offensive Player. Personal: Austin Cichon … Born Feb. 18, 1988 … Son of Max and Tina Cichon

ADRIAN COOK 2008: Recorded two tackles on the season ... Tallied a breakup and a fumble recvoery. Prep: Prepped at Tuscaloosa County High School … Named All-State, Super II and Team MVP in 2007 … Recorded 96 tackles and 19 sacks on the season … Helped TCHS to an 11-1 record. Personal: Thomas Brown … Son of Tommy Brown … Born Sept. 13, 1989.

Defensive End • 6-3 • 265 • Freshman Trussville, Ala. • Hewitt-Trussville HS Prep: Prepped at Hewitt-Trussville High School under Hal Riddle … Lettered three seasons for the Huskies with one year as captain … Helped HTHS to an Area title his senior season … Recorded three sacks against Shades Valley on October 12,

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RYAN DUVALL

Personal: Adrian Cook … Son of LaShonda Johnson and Arnold Cook … Born on July 30, 1990 … Lettered two seasons for the basketball team, helping HTHS to the 2006-2007 Area title.

Quarterback • 5-10 • 206 • Junior Boaz, Ala. • Belhaven

CURTIS DAWSON Defensive Line • 6-2 • 272 • Junior Hoover, Ala. • Alabama 2008: Totaled 28 tackles on the year with 16 solo stops … Recorded 3.5 for a loss of eight yards … Forced two fumbles with one recovery … Registered a career-high six tackles vs. Southern Arkansas on Sept. 18 with four solos, including a tackle for loss and a forced fumble. 2007: Sat out last season as redshirt. Prior to UWA: Played at the University of Alabama, logging time in 2005 in three games (Western Carolina, Kentucky and Southern Mississippi). Prep: Prepped at Hoover High School under Rush Propst … Received the Riley Gordon Damby Memorial Award for Most Outstanding Linebacker, Birmingham Monday Morning Quarterback Club Jefferson County Most Valuable Lineman and Birmingham News 6A Lineman of the Year in 2004 … Named 6A State Championship MVP in 2003 and Birmingham Touchdown Club Player of the Year. Personal: Curtis Dawson … Born Oct. 3, 1985 … Son of Cassandra and Curtis Dawson. Year 2008

GP 11

TOT 28

TFL 3.5

Sack 0.5

PBU 0

INT 0

J. D. DOUGLAS Defensive Back • 6-3 • 205 • Senior Prattville, Ala. • Butler CC

2008: Recorded 54 total tackles, including 41 solo stops, in 11 games for the Tigers … Finished second on the team in interceptions with three for 16 yards, also logged three break ups … Tallied a career-high nine tackles in a triple overtime affair at Ouachita Baptist on Nov. 1 … Totaled atleast one tackle in all 11 games during the season. Prior to UWA: Played two seasons at Butler Community College in Butler, Kansas … Helped the Grizzlies to the 2007 National Championship with a 12-0 record … Led BCC to a 23-1 record in his two seasons … Named an All-American, All-Conference and to the Junior All-Star Bowl. Prep: Prepped at Prattville High School for Bill Clark … Lettered three seasons for the Lions … Led PHS to two Region IV crowns and a State Runner-Up finish … Named All-American and First Team All-State his senior season. Personal: Justin Eugene Douglas … Born Feb. 20, 1988 … Son of Curtis and Debra Dorsey … Lettered three seasons in basketball at PHS. Year 2008

GP 11

TOT 54

TFL 0

Sack 0

PBU 3

INT 3

Prior to UWA: Played three seasons at Belhaven College … Thrown for 175 career yards in eight games with the Blazers, including 153 last season … Completed 44.4-precent of his passes in two seasons at BC. Prep: Prepped at Boaz High School … Named Marshall County MVP in 2005 … Received Marshall County All-Academic Athletic Team honors. Personal: David Ryan Duvall … Son of Susan and David Duvall … Born on Oct. 30, 1987 … Member of Mu Alpha Theta … Received Advanced Diploma. Career Belhaven

Comp.-Att. Pct. 20-45 44.4

Yds. 175

TD-Int. 0-5

Long 36

CHRIS EUBANKS Defensive Back • 6-1 • 196 • Freshman Robertsdale, Ala. • Robertsdale HS

2007: Sat out last season as redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Robertsdale High School for Scott Phelps … A two-way player for the Golden Bears was named Most Valuable Receiver and received All-County honors twice … Brought in 31 passes for 370 yards and three touchdowns, while recording 84 tackles and three interceptions during his senior season. Personal: Chris Eubanks … Born Jan. 11, 1989 … Son of Sam and Cindy Eubanks … One of six students in UWA Athletics from Robertsdale High School.

STEPHEN FIGUEROA Defensive Back • 5-7 • 161 • Sophomore Birmingham, Ala. • Hoover HS

2008: Totaled 13 tackles on the season with seven solos … Played in nine contests … Recorded a career-high four tackles at Ouachita Baptist on Nov. 1 … Tallied a tackle in all, but one game played in during the season. 2007: Sat out last season as redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Hoover High School under Rush Propst … Lettered three seasons at HHS … Helped the Bucs to back-to-back 6A State Championships (2004, 2005) … Named All-Region … Received the Hoover Most Improved Player Award and the Victory Hill Award. Personal: Steven Figueroa … Son of Sharon and Steven … Born on Nov. 10, 1989 … Lettered three seasons in track and field, helping HHS claim the 6A State Championship.

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TAVARUS FINLEY

ERIC HENDRICKS

Defensive Back • 5-11 • 169 • Freshman

Linebacker • 5-10 • 202 • Senior

Birmingham, Ala. • Minor HS

Fayette, Ala. • Fayette County HS

2008: Sat out as a redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Minor High School. Personal: Tavarus R. Finley … Son of Lashurn Finley and Russell Allen … Born on Oct. 19, 1989.

SHONTRAL FORD Defensive Back • 5-8 • 168 • Freshman Jackson, Miss. • Velma Jackson HS

2008: Sat out as a redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Velma Jackson High School … Named All-State his senior season. Personal: Shontral D. Ford … Born June 24, 1990 … Was a member of Student Council and Chess Club … Won the English III award … Lettered in basketball and track, where he a member of the 4x100 relay team.

Year 2008 2007 2006 Total

JASON HAWKINS Tight End • 6-2 • 250 • Senior Fontana, Calif. • Mississippi

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2008: Fifth leading receiver in the UWA offense, hauling in 123 yards on 17 catches … Averaged over seven yards per reception … Set a careerhigh of 40 yards on four catches vs. Southern Arkansas on Sept. 18 … Gathered one score on the season, one of the Tigers’ two TDs against Valdosta State on Sept. 27. Prior to UWA: Played for Ed Orgeron at the University of Mississippi, after transferring from San Bernardino Valley Junior College ... Had a 10- yard touchdown reception and grabbed a two-point conversion catch in the Red-Blue Game. Earned All-America honors by the J.C. Gridwire, was a first team All-Conference pick and was named Most Valuable Player of his San Bernardino Valley Junior College team ... Rated No. 2 JUCO tight end in nation and No. 73 JUCO player overall by CollegeFootballNews.com ... Coached in junior college by Pat Meech .... Had 19 pass receptions for 398 yards and five touchdowns as a ... Had 19 pass receptions for 398 yards and five touchdowns as a freshman and 28 catches for 420 yards and four touchdowns as a sophomore ....Earned two JUCO letters. Prep: Earned three letters in football and four in basketball while playing for Bloomington (Calif.) High School. Personal: Jason Michael Hawkins … Born July 16, 1983 … Son of Davis and Brenda Hawkins. Year 2008

GP 11

Rec. 17

Yds. 123

Avg. 7.2

TD 1

2008: Tallied 22 tackles for the Tigers, including 16 solos … Posted a season-high six tackles twice … Recorded four solos in UWA’s season opener against Belhaven on Aug. 30 and duplicated the feat on Sept. 18 vs. Southern Arkansas en-route to the season-high marks … Logged action in 10 games for the Red and White. 2007: Played in nine games for the Tigers … Ranked 12th on the team in tackles with 29, including a sack … Recorded a career-high with eight tackles against Delta State on Nov. 3 … Pulled in one interception for 16 yards also against the Statesmen. 2006: Played in seven games for West Alabama … Recorded 14 tackles in his first season with the Tigers … Tallied a season-high six tackles in UWA’s homecoming win over Webber International. Prep: Prepped at Fayette County High School … Was a four-year letterwinner for the Tigers … Was named team captain during his junior and senior seasons … Named All-West Alabama and All-WAC along with All-State … Was a three sport athlete at FCHS, where he played basketball and track and field. Personal: Eric Hendricks … Son of Brenda Hendricks … Born Mar. 20, 1988.

Long 23

GP 10 9 7 26

TOT 22 29 14 65

TFL 2.0 1.0 0.0 3.0

Sack 0.0 1.0 0.0 1.0

PBU 0 2 0 2

INT 0 1 0 1

D’ERIC JACKSON Wide Receiver • 5-7 • 171 • Freshman Piedmont, Ala. • Pidemont HS 2008: Sat out as a redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Piedmont High School for Steve Smith … Lettered all four seasons for the Bulldogs in football with two seasons as captain … Was named Region MVP, Calhoun County MVP and First Team All-State last season … Received All-Region and All-Area honors his junior season, while helping PHS to a Region title with a 12-2 record … Scored 27 touchdowns as a senior. Personal: D’Eric Cortez Jackson … Born Nov. 19, 1989 … Son of Rochelle Jackson and Timothy Hann … Lettered four years in basketball and one year in track.

VONZELL JACKSON Linebacker • 6-1 • 225 • Junior Aliceville, Ala. • East Central CC

Prior to UWA: Played at East Central Community College in Decatur, Miss. … Received All-State Honorable Mention in 2007 and 2008 with the Warriors … Named team captain in 2008 … Recorded 18 tackles, two sacks, and interception and three touchdowns in a single game. Prep: Prepped at Aliceville High School … Helped Yellow Jackets to

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2000 Class 3A State Championship … Logged 185 tackles, 11 touchdowns, one interception and 516 rush yards on 37 carries his senior season. Personal: Vonzell Deon Jackson … Born Dec. 13, 1985 … Son of Kimberly and W. T. Bush.

Tight End • 6-0 • 238 • Freshman Tuscaloosa, Ala. • Tuscaloosa County HS

DURWARD JEFFRIES Defensive Back • 5-7 • 174 • Junior Birmingham, Ala. • Oak Mountain HS 2008: Sat out as a redshirt. 2007: Played in eight games for the Tigers … Tallied seven tackles in his sophomore season … Tied his career-high of two tackles three times, the last coming at North Alabama on Nov. 10. 2006: Played in five games for UWA … Recorded three tackles last season, all in Tiger wins … Tied his season-high in tackles, last coming in UWA’s homecoming win over Webber International. Prep: Prepped at Oak Mountain High School … Earned varsity letter with the Eagles, serving two seasons as captain … Also lettered in basketball. Personal: Durward Jeffries … Son of Valerie Jeffries … Born Sept. 22, 1986. Year 2007 2006 Total

GP 8 5 13

TOT 7 3 10

TFL 0.0 0.0 0.0

Sack 0.0 0.0 0.0

PBU 0 0 0

2008: Sat out as a redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Tuscaloosa County High School … Helped the Wildcats to two regional titles in 2005 and 2007. Personal: Samuel Tyler Kott … Son of Kelly and Ken Kott.

DEON LACEY Defensive End • 6-2 • 146 • Freshman Brighton, Ala. • Hueytown HS 2008: Sat out as a redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Hueytown High School under Jeff Smith … Lettered two seasons for the Gophers with one year as captain … Recorded 18 tackles and two sacks against Shades Valley. Personal: Deon L. Lacey … Born July 18, 1990 … Son of Tonya Lacey and David Fuller … Lettered in basketball and track and field at HHS.

INT 0 0 0

TERRY LEVY Wide Receiver • 6-2 • 225 • Sophomore Kosciusko, Miss. • Butler CC

GARY JOHNSTON Quarterback • 5-9 • 173 • Freshman Gulf Shores, Ala. • Gulf Shores HS 2008: Sat out as a redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Gulf Shores High School under Duane Davis … Lettered four seasons for the Dolphins … Was named All-County three times and All-Southwest Alabama … Recorded 21 total touchdowns with 2,208 total yards. Personal: Gary Duane Johnston … Born Dec. 13, 1989 … Son of Tammy Johnston … Lettered four seasons in baseball at GSHS … Member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Key Club and Young Republicans.

TYLER KIMBROUGH Kicker • 5-7 • 150 • Freshman

2008: Pulled in 32 receptions for 419 yards, each ranked second on the team … Averaged 13.1 yards per catch … Finished fourth on the team in scoring with 36 points on six touchdowns … Second on the receiving corp. in TDs … Had a career-high 70 yards at Arkansas-Monticello on Oct. 18 with a TD. Prior to UWA: Was red-shirted at Butler Community College in Butler, Kansas. Prep: Prepped at Kosciusko High School for John Perry … Helped the Whippets to the 2004 and 2005 Division crowns … Was named to the Dandy Dozen First Team in 2006 … Al-State 2004, 2005 and 2006 … Multiple MVP honors in 2006 … Recorded four touchdowns and five interceptions against Yazoo City in 2005. Personal: Terry Levy … Born Mar. 1, 1988 … Son of Barbara and Terry Levy Sr. … Lettered in track and basketball. Year 2008

GP 11

Rec. 32

Yds. 419

Avg. 13.1

TD 6

Long 39

Warrior, Ala. • Mortimer Jordan HS

RANDY LOWERY 2008: Sat out as a redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Mortimer Jordan High School under Greg Watts … Lettered three seasons at MJHS with all three as captain … Career best field goal of 50 yards … Recorded 152 points in high school … Logged 20 touchbacks in a season. Personal: Matthew Tyler Kimbrough … Son of Johanna and Joel Kimbrough … Born on Nov. 8, 1989 … Lettered two seasons in soccer … Member of the National Honor Society.

Wide Receiver • 6-2 • 195 • Junior Red Bay, Ala. • Northeast Mississippi CC 2008: Sat out as a redshirt. Prior to UWA: Played at Northeast Mississippi Community College … Helped the Tigers to a North Half Runner Up finish in 2006 … Named Team Captain … Caught 30 passes. Prep: Prepped at Red Bay High School … Led RBHS to Region crowns in 2002, 2003 and 2004 … Named two-time All-State and AllArea … All-time leading receiver at RBHS with 2,100 yards in 2004 …

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Broke single season receiving record in 2003 with 1,010 yards. Personal: Jonathan Randy Lowery … Son of Shea and the late Jeff Lowery … Born Dec. 15, 1986 … A brother, Scotty and a sister, Mandy Morrow … Member of FCA, FFA and FBLA at Red Bay, also played basketball, baseball and track.

DEANTUAN MATTHEWS Linebacker • 5-9 • 219 • Senior Birmingham, Ala. • Huffman HS

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GP 11 8 2 21

TOT 90 7 3 100

TFL 12.0 0.0 0.0 12.0

Sack 5.0 0.0 0.0 5.0

PBU 1 0 0 1

Year 2008 2007 2006 Total

GP 11 1 2 14

TOT 57 0 1 58

TFL 13.5 0.0 0.0 13.5

Sack 6.5 0.0 0.0 6.5

PBU 2 0 0 2

INT 0 0 0 0

KENDRICK MAY

2008: The Tigers second leading tackler during the season with 90 stops, including 60 solos … Registered 9.5 tackles for a loss of 34 yards … Tallied three sacks, fourth on the team, for 26 yards … Forced one fumble and recovered two with a pass breakup and three QB hurries … Posted four straight games with double digit tackles, including a career-high 16 tackles at Ouachita Baptist on Nov. 1, resulting in Gulf South Conference Defensive Player of the Week … Led the Tigers in tackles at Delta State on Oct. 11 and in the contest vs. OBU. 2007: Played in eight games, while recording seven tackles on the year … Recorded a season-high four tackles at Henderson State on September 20 … Also notched tackles against Southern Arkansas, Harding and Valdosta State. 2006: Saw action in two contests last season … Recorded three tackles on the year, all coming against Concordia College. 2005: Sat out season as a redshirt. Prep: Played for Head Coach Curtis Coleman at Huffman (Ala.) High School...Tabbed All-City, Defensive MVP and team captain...Helped guide the Vikings to a 20-13 three-year prep-career record...Had 140 tackles, 80 solo during three-year career. Personal: Deantwan Matthews … Born May 11, 1987 in Birmingham, Ala … Son of Pamela Parks...Has one sister, Anteshe Parks. Year 2008 2007 2006 Total

ham, Ala. … Son of Angela Allen … Has three brothers, Aaron, DeVern and James III and one sister, Devyn.

INT 0 0 0 0

JEREMY MAY Linebacker • 5-11 • 200 • Senior Birmingham, Ala. • Minor HS

Wide Receiver • 5-9 • 167 • Junior Tuscaloosa, Ala. • East Central CC

Prior to UWA: Played at East Central Community College in Decatur, Miss. … May (5-10, 175) also made the All-Star squad and was a second team All-State selection … Named the Warriors’ most valuable wide receiver following the 2008 campaign, during which he had 28 receptions for 404 yards and one touchdown … Also returned seven kickoffs for 198 yards - a 33.6-yard average and one score. Prep: Prepped at Tuscaloosa County (Ala.) High School … Helped TCHS to Region title in 2005. Personal: Kendrick Devone May … Son of Constance and Roy May … Born on Jan. 5, 1988.

ERIC MCDONALD Wide Receiver • 6-1 • 166 • Sophomore Mobile, Ala. • Mobile Christian HS 2008: Hauled in two receptions for 21 yards on Oct. 11 at Delta State … Averaged 10.5 yards per catch, including a long of 14 yards … Played in seven games for the Red and White. 2007: Sat out last season as redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Mobile Christian High School under Tommy Wasden … A two-time captain for the Leopards … Was named All-State and All-Region in 2006 … a three-time Mobile Christian Optimus Club Player of the Week. Personal: Eric Tyree McDonald … Born Oct. 6, 1989 … Son of Elaine and Derek McDonald.

TERAVIOUS MITCHELL 2008: Finished the season third on the team in tackles with 57, including 40 solo stops … Registered 13.5 tackles for a loss of 57 yards … Totaled a team-leading 6.5 sacks garnering 41 yards … Forced three fumbles with four recoveries with two pass breakups and three QB hurries … Also blocked one kick and recorded a safety … Totaled a career-high and team best 16 tackles on Oct. 18 at Arkansas-Monticello with 3.5 for a loss and picked up two sacks … Efforts vs. the Boll Weevils resulted in Gulf South Conference Defensive Player of the Week honors. 2007: Played in limited action with a game at North Alabama. 2006: Saw action in two outings last year … Tallied one tackle against Concordia College in the Tiger’s season opener. 2005: Sat out season as a redshirt. Prep: Played for Head Coach Tony Lunceford at Minor (Ala.) High School … Tabbed all-Region Linebacker, Team Captain and Paul Busby 100 Percent Award winner … Helped guid the Tigers to a 37-9 four-year prep-career record … Finished high school career with 17 quarterback sacks and 108 solo tackles … Also lettered in basketball. Personal: Jeremy Tremaine May … Born Sept. 24, 1986 in Birming-

Running Back • 5-7 • 191 • Freshman Selma, Ala. • Jackson State Prior to UWA: Member of the Jackson State football team. Prep: A Selma High School 2008 graduate. Personal: Son of Rose Bean … Has two brothers, Rayford, Jr. and Reyshun, and one sister, Katlin … Born Feb. 22, 1990.

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DAVID MOORE

BLAKE PATE

Wide Receiver • 5-6 • 132 • Freshman

Wide Receiver • 5-9 • 163 • Freshman

Demopolis, Ala. • Southern Academy

Red Level, Ala. • Red Level HS

Prep: Prepped at Southern Academy under Shaun Bonds … Lettered four seasons with one year as captain … Helped the Cougars to the State AISA titles in 2005 and 2006 … Was named Best Receiver, Best Defensive Back and Most Improved … Received the 100% Award … Also lettered in basketball, baseball and weightlifting. Personal: David Lanier Moore … Son of Allison and Vernon Moore Jr. … Born on Apr. 10, 1989 … Member of school newspaper and SGA.

2008: Sat out as a redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Red Level High School, lettering all four seasons with two years as captain. Personal: Blake Lenley Pate … Son of Pam Wright and Jimmy Pate … Born on Oct. 1, 1989 … Member of the Beta Club and SGA President.

JEREMY PEAVY Defensive End • 6-1 • 229 • Senior

ZACH NAGEL

Camp Hill, Ala. • Troy

Defensive Line • 5-1 • 232 • Freshman Eldridge, Ala. • Lynn HS 2008: Sat out as a redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Lynn High School … A two-time all-conference lineman (2005, 2006) … Named all-county in 2006 … Also played baseball and basketball at LHS. Personal: Zachary Scott Nagel … Son of Romona and Jerry Nagel … Born on Mar. 24, 1988.

PAUL NORTON Defensive Back • 5-11 • 185 • Senior Madison, Ala. • Madison Academy 2008: Totaled four tackles on the season, all solo stops … Registered a career-high two tackles in the Tigers season opener vs. Belhaven on Aug. 30 … Recorded a stop at Arkansas-Monticello on Oct. 18 and vs. West Georgia on Oct. 25. 2007: Played in four games last season … Credited with two assisted tackles against Harding on Sept. 29, 2007 and North Alabama Nov. 10, 2007. 2006: Played in three games last season for the Tigers … Recorded two tackles on the year … Tied his career-high in tackles at Lambuth. Prep: Prepped at Madison Academy … Was a three-year letterwinner for the Mustangs, serving as team captain one season … Was a two sport athlete, four-year letterwinner in soccer … Was named All-Metro in soccer in 2005. Personal: Paul Norton … Son of Rick and Lynn Norton … Born July 2, 1988 … Received Advanced Diploma … Named to the Who’s Who Among American High School Students, National Honor Roll and National Society of High School Scholars … Was a member of his high school concert choir. Year 2008 2007 2006 Total

GP 6 4 3 13

TOT 4 2 2 8

TFL 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Sack 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

PBU 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0 0

2008: Played in 10 games for the Tigers … Recorded his lone tackle of the season on Oct. 18 at Arkansas-Monticello, a solo stop. 2007: Played in five games for the Tigers ... Recorded five tackles on the season with a career-high two against North Alabama. 2006: Played in five games last season for the Tigers ... Recorded one tackle at Lambuth. Prior to UWA: Comes to Livingston by way of Troy. Prep: Prepped at Reeltown High School … Was a four-year letterwinner for the Rebels and a two-year captain … Helped RHS to the 2001 state title … Named All-State and All-Area in 2003 and All-Metro and All-State in 2004 … Also played basketball and baseball … Named All-Area in 2004 and 2005 along with being a member of the EastWest All-Star Team. Personal: Jeremy Peavey … Son of Willie and Mattie Peavey … Born Feb. 18, 1987. Year 2008 2007 2006 Total

GP 10 5 5 20

TOT 1 5 1 7

TFL 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Sack 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

PBU 0 0 0 0

INT 0 0 0 0

JOSEPH PERMENTER Defensive Back • 5-9 • 194 • Junior Pompano Beach, Fla. • Concordia

2008: Played in eight games … Recorded 11 tackles with one pass breakup on the season, inlcuding seven solo stops … Tallied a careerhigh three tackles against West Georgia on Oct. 25. 2007: Sat out last season as redshirt. Prior to UWA: Played one season at Concordia College in Selma, Ala. Prep: Prepped at Coconut Creek High School under Grantis Bell … Lettered two seasons for the Cougars with one year as captain … Named All-County in 2002. Personal: Joseph T. Permenter … Son of Deborah and Joseph T. Permenter Sr. … Born on Feb. 16, 1984.

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DWAYNE PERRYMAN

ROOSEVELT ROSS

Defensive Line • 5-10 • 253 • Junior

Running Back • 5-9 • 211 • Junior

Mobile, Ala. • Mississippi College

Lowell, Fla. • Jacksonville State

2008: Played in nine games for UWA … Recorded three tackles on the season with two assisted stops in the Tigers’ season opener on Aug. 30 vs. Belhaven and a solo tackle on Oct. 25 vs. West Georgia. Prior to UWA: Played one season at Mississippi College. Prep: Prepped at Alma Bryant High School under Eric Collier … Lettered all four seasons for the Hurricanes with one year as captain … Also lettered two seasons for the track and field team. Personal: Dwayne Perryman … Born Feb. 13, 1988 … Son of Sheila and Dwayne Perryman

Prep: Prepped at Ocala Forest High School in Ocala, Fla. … Lettered two seasons for the Wildcats … Received Honorable Mention All-American honors … Named First Team All-Region and All-State. Personal: Roosevelt Ross … Son of Evangelina and Roosevelt Ross Jr. … Born on Aug. 13, 1986.

BROCK SHARP Punter • 6-0 • 171 • Sophomore

JARED PORTER

Okemos, Mich. • Northwood

Offensive Line • 6-2 • 258 • Junior Winfield, Ala. • Southeastern Louisiana 2008: Played in seven games for the Tigers … Helped anchor an offensive attack that rushed for 1,780 yards on the season, which ranked fifth in the GSC … Also recorded two solo tackles at

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Harding on Sept. 6. 2007: Saw action in four games for UWA … Totaled 20 knockouts during the season … Recorded a 98% grade, the highest on the team, while tallying 11 knockouts. Prior to UWA: He redshirted at Southeastern Louisiana University. Prep: Prepped at Winfield High School… While at Winfield High School he helped lead the team to Regional Champions in 2003-2005, and North Alabama Champions in 2004… He received Athletic Academic All State, Offensive Lineman Award, All WAC, and All County. Personal: Jared Porter…Received Best FG Percentage Award and Best Rebounds Award in Basketball; in track he received All County, All WAC, All State, 3A State Champs… He had an aunt, Mandi Porter played Basketball at UMW, a sister, Candace Porter played Basketball at Bevill, and uncle, Brandon Hazzard played football at MSU… Born on Dec. 29, 1987… Son of Eddie and Gloria Porter.

LAVANDA POWE Defensive End • 6-3 • 262 • Sophomore Silas, Ala. • Southern Choctaw HS 2008: Played in the Tigers’ season opener against Belhaven on Aug. 30 … Recorded two solo tackles vs. the Blazers. Prep: Prepped at Southern Choctaw High School for Charles Chaney. Personal: Lavanda T. Powe … Born on Dec. 11, 1989 … Son of Brenda and Tony Powe … Member of the SGA and FBLA. Prior to UWA: Was a member of the Jacksonville State University football team.

2008: Punted for 2,225 yards on 57 punts in his first season with the Red and White … Averaged 39 yards per punt … Posted a long punt of 56 yards vs. Valdosta State on Sept. 27 … Tallied seven punts traveling over 50 yards in distance … Pinned 17 punts inside the 20-yardline … Recorded two rushes for a total of 17 yards, including a long of 14 yards on Nov. 8 vs. North Alabama … Completed his only pass attempt of the season for four yards … Named to 2008 All-Gulf South Conference Honor Roll. Prior to UWA: Played at Northwood University in Midland, Mich. Prep: Prepped at Williamston High School under Steve Kersten … Lettered two seasons with the Hornets … Was a two-time All-Conference punter and kicker in 2004 and 2005 … Also named Lansing State Journal All-Area First Team Punter … Also lettered in basketball and baseball. Personal: Brock Sharp … Son of Susan and Todd Sharp … Born on July 26, 1987 … Was a member of the Business Professionals of America and named to the National Honor Society. Year 2008

GP 11

No. 57

Yds. 2,225

Avg. 39.0

I20 17

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EVAN SHIPP Wide Receiver • 6-1 • 205 • Senior Arab, Ala. • Belhaven 2008: Played in 10 games for the Red and White … Caught two passes on the season for a total of 15 yards … Hauled in a career-long pass of 10 yards vs. Southern Arkansas on Sept. 18 … Averaged 7.5 yards per catch for the year. 2007: Sat out last season as redshirt. Prior to UWA: Comes to Livingston by way of Belhaven. Prep: Prepped at Arab High School … Was a four year letterwinner for the Knights … Was a two time All-Region recipient at safety … Also named All-County in 2003 and named County Offensive MVP in 2004 … A three sport athlete, lettering in tennis and basketball … Named All-County in basketball in 2003-04. Personal: Evan Michael Shipp … Son of Mike and Wanda Shipp … His father, Mike, played football at North Alabama.

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DANIEL SMITH Long Snapper • 5-11 • 203 • Senior

Prep: Prepped at Maplesville High School. Personal: Tony Patrick Talley, Jr. … Born July 29, 1987 … Son of Tanya and Tony Talley, Sr.

Crestview, Fla. • Crestview HS

DEREK THOMAS Quarterback • 5-10 • 170 • Sophomore

2008: Handled all long snapping duties for the Red and White Special Teams … Played in all 11 games for the Tigers … Named to the 2008 Gulf South Conference Fall Academic Honor Roll. 2007: Played in 10 games in the Red and White last season … Finished with three tackles on the season, including two assists in the Henderson State game on Sept. 20, 2007. 2006: Saw limited action during the season. 2005: Sat out season as a redshirt Prep: Played for Head Coach Matt Brunson and Chip Weems at Crestview (Fla.) High School … Helped lead the Bulldogs to a 25-14 four-year, prep-career record, including district championship/state runner-up (2002) and state playoffs (2003) … Also lettered in tennis, basketball and weightlifting. Personal: Daniel Smith … Born Sept. 4, 1986 in Crestview, Fla. … Son of Rick and Lucinda Smith … Has one sister, Shanna Johnson.

ISAAC SMITH Linebacker • 5-10 • 227 • Sophomore Prattville, Ala. • Prattville HS 2008: Played in the Tigers’ season opener vs. Belhaven on Aug. 30. 2007: Sat out last season as redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Prattville High School … A three-year letterwinner for the Lions … Was named a team captain his senior season … Recorded 110 tackles during his senior campaign … Helped guide PHS to a 39-3 record during his three seasons along with a region championship. Personal: Isaac Smith … Son of Willie and Debrah Smith … Born Feb. 8, 1988 … Played with North Alabama’s Brandenn Pickett at Prattville.

Oxford, Ala. • Oxford HS

2008: Threw for 785 yards in his first season with the Red and White, which ranked second on the team … Completed 44.5-percent of his passes with six TDs … Posted a career-high performance at Delta State on Oct. 11 with 231 yards two scores and two INTs … Converted on 54-precent of his pass attempts vs. the Statesmen … Threw for 107 yards in his first start with two scores and three interceptions in a 1714, OT win vs. Southern Arkansas on Sept. 18 … Tallied five consecutive contests with over 100 yards through the air … Named to 2008 All-Gulf South Conference Honor Roll. Prep: Prepped at Oxford High School for Josh Niblett … Lettered four seasons at OHS with one year as captain … Helped the Yellow Jackets to Region VII titles in 2005 and 2007 … 23-9 record as a starter at Oxford … Named to the TV 24 All-Star Team, First Team All-County, Anniston Star Offensive Player of the Year, Northeast Alabama dandy Dozen All-Star Team in 2007 … Holds the OHS school record in passing yards (5,012), yards in a season (1,989), total yards in a career (6,100) and total touchdowns in a career (51) … Was named Second Team All-County in 2004 and 2005. Personal: Derek Fowler Thomas … Born on Oct. 19, 1989 … Son of Jamie and Tim Thomas … Was a member of HOSA, GANCEL, National Honor Society and FBLA … Lettered in baseball. Year 2008

GP 9

Prattville, Ala. • Prattville HS 2006: Sat out as a redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Prattville High School … Was a three-year letterwinner for the Lions … Was named team captain in 2005 … Named All-County and All-Metro his senior season … Helped PHS to a 38-3 record and a region championship. Personal: Desmond Steele … Son of Gary and Joyce Anderson … Born Nov. 4, 1987.

TONY TALLEY Running Back • 5-10 • 211 • Sophomore

Yds. 785

TD-Int. 6-13

Long 36

MICHAEL TOWNSEND Wide Receiver • 6-0 • 215 • Senior Forest, Miss. • East Central CC

DESMOND STEELE Linebacker • 6-0 • 224 • Junior

Comp.-Att. Pct. 81-182 44.5

2008: Finished fourth on the team in receiving with 253 yards on 18 catches … Hauled in two receptions for touchdowns … Averaged 14.1 yards per catch with a long of 31 yards … Recorded a career-high outing at Delta State on Oct. 11, pulling in eight catches for 111 yards, including both of the Tigers’ scores in the contest. Prior to UWA: Played two seasons at the East Central Community College in Decatur, Miss. Prep: Prepped at Forest High School under Judd Boswell … Earned three varsity football letters for the Bearcats with two seasons as captain … Also lettered in basketball and baseball at FHS. Personal: Michael Townsend … Son of Dorothy Ann Townsend. Year 2008

GP 10

Rec. 18

Yds. 253

Maplesville, Ala. • Wallace CC 2008: Played in six games recording three carries on the season for 43 yards, all in the Tigers’ season opener vs. Belhaven on Aug. 30 … Tallied a career-long run of 37 yards vs. Blazers … Averaged 14.3 yards per rush.

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Avg. 14.1

TD 2

Long 31

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TIM TRUSS Offensive Line • 6-0 • 344 • Senior Talladega, Ala. • Talladega County HS

2008: Played in 10 games for the Red and White … Helped anchor an offensive attack that rushed for 1,780 yards on the season, which ranked fifth in the GSC. 2007: Played in UWA’s game against Arkansas-Monticello on Oct. 25. 2006: Played in 11 games last season … Totaled 11 tackles with 1.5 for a loss … Also tallied a blocked kick … Registered a career-high two tackles, four times last season, the last coming Delta State. Prep: Prepped at Talladega County Central High School … In his time with the Tigers, he was named All-Area and Best Defensive Lineman. Personal: Tim Truss Jr. … Son of Tim Truss Sr. … Born Oct. 28, 1987.

for 1,780 yards on the year, which ranked fifth in the GSC … Named All-GSC First Team and Don Hansen’s All-Super Region 2 Team. Prior to UWA: Played at Allan Hancock College … Named First Team All-Western State Conference his sophomore season … Helped the Bulldogs to a 6-4 record. Prep: Prepped at Arroyo Grande High School for John Huss … Lettered two seasons at AGHS with one year as captain … Was named Second Team All-League in 2003 and First Team All-League in 2004 along with All-County honors. Personal: Jonathan Michael Weinreich … Born on June 28, 1987 … Son of Diane and Eric Weinreich … Lettered in track and field with one year as captain.

DEON WILLIAMS Quarterback • 5-9 • 211 • Junior Tuscaloosa, Ala. • East Central CC

BRANDON WALKER Defensive Back • 5-7 • 174 • Sophomore Tuscaloosa, Ala. • Calhoun CC

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2008: Played in nine games for the Tigers … Recorded 22 rushes for 61 yards on the season … Caught six passes for 66 yards coming out of the backfield … Returned three kickoffs for 35 yards … Totaled 162 all-purpose yards on the year … Tallied a careerhigh 31 yards on 13 carries on Oct. 11 at Delta State … Gathered a career-high 35 yards through the air on Oct. 4 at Concordia. Prep: Prepped at Hillcrest High School. Personal: Brandon Keith Walker … Born July 13, 1989 … Son of Tina and Anderson Walker. Year 2008 Year 2008

GP 9

Rush 22

Yds. 61

Avg. 2.8

TD 0

Long 12

Rec. 6

Yds. 66

Avg. 11.0

TD 0

Long 30

REGGIE WEBSTER Linebacker • 6-2 • 210 • Freshman Hueytown, Ala. • Hueytown HS 2008: Sat out as a redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Hueytown High School under Jeff Smith … Was a three-time captain for the Gophers … Named All-Metro and Player of the Week. Personal: Reggie Webster … May 3, 1989 … Son of Valerie Webster.

2008: Played in three games until suffering an injury, received medical redshirt … Threw for a team-leading 838 yards and 10 touchdowns prior to his injury … Also dashed for 103 yards and a score … Led the team in total offense with 941 yards. Prior to UWA: Played at East Central Community College. Prep: Prepped at Tuscaloosa County High School under Robert Higginbotham … Was three-time, All-State performer for the Wildcats. Personal: Donald Earl Williams Sr. … Born Dec. 13, 1987 … Son of Don and Brenda Williams. Year 2008

GP Comp.-Att. Pct. 3 51-78 65.3

Yds. 838

TD-Int. 10-3

Long 84

Year 2008

Rush 39

Avg. 2.6

TD 1

Long 37

Yds. 103

ANDRE WOODS Wide Receiver • 6-3 • 206 • Sophomore Boligee, Ala. • Greene County HS

2008: Saw limited action for the Tigers playing in five games. 2007: Sat out last season as redshirt. Prep: Prepped at Greene County HS for Dedrick Bell … A three sport athlete for the Tigers … Caught five passes for 248 yards and four touchdowns vs. Holt HS last season … Runs a 4.4, 40-yard dash … Was named Best Receiver … Also played basketball and baseball. Personal: Aundre Woods … Born July 27, 1989 … Son of Clara Thresea Woods … Was named All-Tournament and Best Pitcher during his time at GCHS.

GERALD WORSHAM

JON WEINREICH

Wide Receiver • 5-6 • 164 • Sophomore

Offensive Line • 6-4 • 341 • Senior

Birmingham, Ala. • Minor HS

Pismo Beach, Calif. • Allan Hancock 2008: Played in 10 games for the Tigers splitting time at guard and tackle … Received an overall grade of 89-percent, while helping UWA rush

2008: Led the team in receptions with 37 and amassed 329 receiving yards, third on the team … Tallied five touchdown catches … Led the Tigers in punt returns with 13 attempts for 119 yards … Recorded 14 rushes for 37 yards … Posted two plays that trav-

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eled over 20-plus yards, both catches that resulted in scores … Pulled in five catches at Harding on Sept. 6 for a career-high 71 yards and a TD… Posted a career-high seven receptions on Sept. 27 vs. Valdosta State, resulting in 60 yards. Prep: Prepped at Minor High School under Randy Cook … Lettered three seasons for the Tigers with one year as captain … Recorded 100plus yards in rushing and receiving in his career. Personal: Gerald Dimitris Worsham … Born Nov. 14, 1989 … Son of Tashawn Worsham and Gerald Johnson … Lettered in basketball and track at MHS. Year 2008

GP 11

Rec. 37

Yds. 329

Avg. 8.9

TD 5

Long 28

Year 2008

Rush 14

Yds. 37

Avg. 2.6

TD 0

Long 17

Year 2008

KO Ret. 19

Yds. 454

Avg. 23.9

TD 0

Long 69

Year 2008

Punt Ret. 13

Yds. 119

Avg. 9.2

TD 0

Long 29

Personal: Joshua Michael Buchanan … Born Feb. 10, 1991 … Son of Robin Buchanan … One sister, Mahalia and one brother, Alex.

TAYLOR BURNETT Offensive Line • 6-2 • 236 • Freshman Spanish Fort, Ala. • Spanish Fort HS

Prep: Prepped at Spanish Fort High School … Recorded the Highest Blocking Percentage … Played in North-South All-Star Game. Personal: Taylor Kendrick Burnett … Son of Diane and Blane Burnett.

MARQUES COLEMAN Linebacker • 6-1 • 222 • Junior Baltimore, Md. • Temple

RICK BOONE Prior to UWA: Member of the Temple football team under current UWA Head Coach Bobby Wallace … Also spent time at New Mexico

Quarterback • 5-10 • 250 • Freshman Demopolis, Ala. • Demopolis HS

Prep: Prepped at Demopolis High School … Threw for 1,434 yards with 18 passing touchdowns in his senior season, also finished with 708 rushing yards and nine scores … Named to the Marengo County All-Gridiron First Team, The Tuscaloosa News 5A All-Star Team and was a member of the North-South All-Star Team … Also played baseball and basketball at DHS. Personal: Richard C. Boone … Son of Cynthia Robinson and Rick Boone and Charla Robinson … Born on Dec. 3, 2009.

Military Institute. Prep: Prepped at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute … Named All-County his senior season … Received All-State honors his sophomore and junior seasons as a member of the baseball program. Personal: Marques Alexander Coleman … Son of Elizabeth and Alexander Coleman … Born on Sept. 30, 1982.

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BEN BROOKS Defensive Back • 5-10 • 192 • Freshman Cuba, Ala. • Sumter County HS Prep: Prepped at Sumter County High School … Named All-State Linebacker. Personal: Benjamin A. Brooks … Son of Lillie and Sam Brooks, Jr. … Born on Oct. 7, 1990 … Member of the FBLA and FFA at SCHS, also named to Honor Society and received Advanced Diploma.

Prep: Prepped at Brilliant High School … Named Outstanding Offensive Lineman three years … Selected All-County all four seasons and All-Conference one year. Personal: Ethan lane Corkren … Born Oct. 9, 1989 … Son of Stephanie and Al Corkren … One brother, Cody … Also played basketball, baseball, track and weightlifting … Helped the Tiger weighlifting team to three straight 1A State titles.

BRODRICK CROSS Linebacker • 5-11 • 248 • Junior Riviera Beach, Fla. • Kilgore

JOSH BUCHANAN Offensive Line • 6-1 • 282 • Freshman

Prior to UWA: Attended at Kilgore College. Prep: Prepped at William T. Dwyer High School in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. Personal: Brodrick Cross … Born on Feb. 6,

Newnan, Ga. • Newnan HS Prep: Prepped at Newnan High School … Helped the Cougars to three consecutive Region crowns, posting a record of 33-5 … Named All-Region and All-County his senior season … Played under Robert Herring, father of current UWA coach Robert Herring.

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KEWAYNE CUNNINGHAM Linebacker • 5-9 • 183 • Freshman Enterprise, Ala. • Enterprise HS Prep: Prepped at Enterprise High School … Named 2008 Defensive Player of the Year … Recorded 67 tackles his junior season. Personal: Kewayne T. Cunningham … Son of Anna Cunningham and Anthony Love … Born

season seasons. Personal: Phillip Craig McMillan … Born Dec. 14, 1990 … Son of Oreta and Phillip McMillan … One sister, Brooke and one brother, Blake … Brother Blake also signed with West Alabama … Also played basketball.

JAMEY MOFFETT Defensive Back • 5-9 • 182 • Freshman Louin, Miss. • Southern Mississippi

Nov. 4, 1990.

COREY JONES Defensive Back • 5-8 • 184 • Junior Mobile, Ala. • McGill Toolen Catholic HS Prep: Prepped at McGill Toolen-Catholic High School … Set single season rushing record for the Yellow Jackets with 1,200 yards in 2004. Personal: Corey Dante Jones … Son of Helen and Allen Jones … Born on July 21.

Prior to UWA: Member of the Southern Mississippi football team. Prep: Prepped at Bay Springs High School … Named First Team All-State 2007 and 2008 … Received 2007 Division 7-2A MVP, Mississippi Association of Coaches 2A Offensive Player of the Year … 2007 BSHS Athlet of the Year and MVP … Two-time All-Area performer. Personal: Jameyion L. Moffett … Born Aug. 8, 1990 … Son of Ella and James Moffett.

JUSTIN MOORE Offensive Line • 6-0 • 272 • Junior

BRYANT MCGOWAN

Carthage, Miss. • East Central CC

Defensive Back • 5-9 • 185 • Freshman Enterprise, Ala. • Enterprise HS

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Prep: Prepped at Enterprise High School … Received the Southeast Sun Award … Recorded 48 tackles, four interceptions along with three pass breakups. Personal: Bryant Keith McGowan … Son of Tonja McGowan … Born on June 11, 1991.

Prior to UWA: Played at East Central Community College in Decatur, Miss. … Named Best Offensive Lineman and to All-Star Team … Received First Team All-State honors at center. Prep: Prepped at Leake Academy, helping the Rebels to a District title in 2006 with a 12-1 record … Named Defensive MVP in 2005 and 2006 … Received All-Conference honors at linebacker in 2005 and First Team All-State in 2006 … Named to the MPSA All-Star Team and MVP North Defensive Player. Personal: Justin Steve Moore … Born Apr. 12, 1989 … Son of Cynthia and Steve Moore … One sister, Jenn and a brother Jeremy … Played baseball at Leake Academy.

BLAKE MCMILLAN Wide Receiver • 6-1 • 185 • Freshman

P. J. PENN

Vancleave, Miss. • Ocean Springs HS

Tight End • 6-0 • 201 • Freshman Enterprise, Ala. • Enterprise HS

Prep: Prepped at Ocean Springs High School … Named All-District safety his junior and senior seasons. Personal: Blake Conner McMillan … Born Dec. 14, 1990 … Son of Oreta and Phillip McMillan … One sister, Brooke and one brother, Craig … Brother Craig also signed with West Alabama … Also played basketball.

Prep: Prepped at Enterprise High School … Received the Blue Collar and Southeast Sun Awards … Nominated for the North-South All-Star Game. Personal: Preston James Penn … Son of Gloria and Preston Penn, Sr. … Born on Aug. 2, 1990.

CRAIG MCMILLAN

JEREMY ROBERTS

Quarterback • 6-2 • 197 • Freshman

Linebacker • 5-11 • 215 • Freshman

Vancleave, Miss. • Ocean Springs HS

Bay Springs, Miss. • Copiah-Lincoln CC

Prep: Prepped at Ocean Springs High School … Named All-District quarterback his junior and

Prior to UWA: Attended Northwest Mississippi and Copiah Lincoln Community College. Prep: Prepped at Bay Springs High School …

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Received First Team All-State, Best Linebacker in 2A, Jasper County Player of the Year laurels in 2006 … Named First Team All-District three years in a row … Honored at BSHS as the Most Valuable Player and Bulldog Pride Award winner. Personal: Jeremy Alexander Roberts … Son of Sandra and Jerry Roberts … Born on July 5, 1989.

JEREMY SHEFFIELD Punter • 5-9 • 164 • Freshman Tuscaloosa, Ala. • Hillcrest HS

Prep: Prepped at Hillcrest High School … Named First Team All-County his junior and senior seasons … Top scorer for the Patriots soccer team in 2007 and 2008. Personal: Jeremy Todd Sheffield … Son of Heather and Howell Sheffield … Born on Oct. 30, 1990.

BRANDON TISDALE Defensive Back • 5-7 • 167 • Freshman Enterprise, Ala. • Enterprise HS

Prep: Prepped at Enterprise High School … Earned three varsity letters and was named team captain his senior season with the Wildcats … Named Defensive Player and Hustle Award winner in 2007 and 2008 as a member of the EHS basketball team. Personal: Brandon J. Tisdale … Son of Audra and Huber Agard … Born on Feb. 19, 1991.

ROBERT WELCH Offensive Line • 6-1 • 326 • Junior Newark, N. J. • Allan Hancock

JAMES SIEFKER Offensive Line • 6-2 • 302 • Junior Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. • Pearl River CC

Prior to UWA: Played two seasons at Pearl River Community College … Earned First Team AllState honors in 2008. Prep: Prepped at West Lauderdale High School … Named Best Offensive Lineman honors in 4-4AA in 2005 and 2006 … Earned First Team All-State laurels in 2006 … Helped the Knights to South State honors in 2004 and a the District 4-4A title in 2005. Personal: James Redmond Siefker … Son of Judy and Joseph Siefker … Born on Apr. 29, 1989.

Prior to UWA: Played at Allan Hancock College for two seasons. Prep: Prepped at Marist High School in Bayonne, N.J. Personal: Robert Van Welch … Son of Mildred and Robert Welch … Born on Mar. 24, 1989.

BERNARD SYKES Defensive Line • 6-2 • 250 • Junior Calhoun City, Miss. • NW Mississippi CC Prior to UWA: Played at Northwest Mississippi Community College … Named MACJC North Defensive Player of the Game honors at All-Star Game, registering nine tackles and three sacks … Recorded 44 tackles and eight sacks in his sophomore season with the Rangers. Prep: Prepped at Calhoun City High School … A member of the Clarion Ledger’s Dandy Dozen in 1998 … Named First Team All-State during the 1997 and 1998 seasons … Recorded 133 tackles, six sacks and four interceptions his senior season with the Wildcats … Totaled 690 total yards with 10 touchdowns on offense his last season at CCHS … Also played basketball. Personal: Chistopher Bernard Sykes … Son of Ida Campbell and Wesley Westmoreland … Born on Nov. 30, 1979.

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HARDING

GAME 1

ARKANSAS TECH

GAME 2

GAME 3

Thursday, Aug. 27

Thursday, Sept. 3

Thursday, Sept. 10

7:00 pm • Jackson, Miss.

7:00 pm • Livingston, Ala.

7:05 pm • Livingston, Ala.

H. T. Newell Field

Tiger Stadium

Tiger Stadium

GSC Game of the Week

GSC Game of the Week

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ....................................Jackson, Miss. Founded.................................................... 1883 Enrollment............................................... 1,800 Nickname ............................................. Blazers Colors ......................................Green and Gold Conference ...............Mid-South (NAIA Div. I) Facility ................................H. T. Newell Field Capacity ..........................................(5,000) President................................Dr. Roger Parrott Athletics Director ........................... Scott Little

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ........................................Searcy, Ark. Founded.................................................... 1924 Enrollment............................................... 6,500 Nickname .............................................. Bisons Colors ...................................... Black and Gold Conference ............Gulf South (NCAA Div. II) Facility ......................... First Security Stadium Capacity ..........................................(5,000) President............................ Dr. David B. Burks Athletics Director .......................Greg Harnden

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ............................... Russellville, Ark. Founded.................................................... 1909 Enrollment............................................... 7,498 Nickname ....................................Wonder Boys Colors ......................................Green and Gold Conference ............Gulf South (NCAA Div. II) Facility ....................... Thone Stadium/Buerkle Capacity ..........................................(6,500) President..........................Dr. Robert C. Brown Athletics Director ....................... Steve Mullins

Team Information Head Coach ..............................Joe Thrasher Alma Mater .................... (Belhaven, 2000) Record at Belhaven ................ First Season Career Record....................................13-19 Assistant Coaches ....... Ray Caldwell (O.C.) ...............................................Danny White ........................................Willie Heidelberg ............................................Craig Bowman .................................................R. J. Barrett Starters Returning / Lost ....................... 19/3 Series History ..................................Tied 2-2

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach ............................Ronnie Huckeba Alma Mater ........................(Harding, 1978) Record at Harding .................7-12 (2 Years) Career Record .......................7-12 (2 Years) Assistant Coaches ................. Tim Perry (O.C.) ............................................. Paul Simmons ................................................ Clay Beason ................................................. Klay Bartee ...................................................Gray Yates ............................................... Lee Edwards Lettermen Returning / Lost .................... 32/26 Starters Returning / Lost ........................... 12/9 Series History .............................. HU leads 9-5

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach ................................ Steve Mullins Alma Mater ...(Arkansas-Monticello, 1980) Record at Arkansas Tech ..76-51 (12 Years) Career Record ...................76-51 (12 Years) Assistant Coaches .................. Jeff Byrd (D.C.) ....................................Scott Preston (O.C.) ..................................................Les Boyum ................................................... Clint Reed .........................................Garren Rockwell .............................................. Ryan Wallace Lettermen Returning / Lost .................... 46/22 Starters Returning / Lost ......................... 18/10 Series History .......................... ATU leads 11-4

2009 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 29................................Missouri Southern Sept. 3 ................................... at West Alabama Sept. 12 ............................... Southwest Baptist Sept. 19 .......................................at Delta State Sept. 26 ....................................North Alabama Oct. 3 .............................. at Southern Arkansas Oct. 10 ................................at Ouachita Baptist Oct. 17 ........................................Valdosta State Oct. 24 .........................at Arkansas-Monticello Oct. 31 .................................... Henderson State Nov. 7 ........................................Arkansas Tech

2009 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 27............................at Northeastern State Sept. 5 ......................................Incarnate Word Sept. 10 ................................. at West Alabama Sept. 26 ...........................Arkansas-Monticello Oct. 3 ....................................at North Alabama Oct. 10 ................................ Southern Arkansas Oct. 17 .........................................West Georgia Oct. 24 ................................ at Henderson State Oct. 31 .............................................Delta State Nov. 7 .............................................. at Harding

2009 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 27...................................... West Alabama Sept. 12 ...........................................at Millsaps Sept. 19 ............................. Kentucky Christian Sept. 26 .................................... Bethel College Oct. 3 .............................................. at Faulkner Oct. 10 ............................ at West Virginia Tech Oct. 17 ...................................................Shorter Oct. 24 .......................... at Cumberland (Tenn.) Oct. 31 ............................................ at Lambuth Nov. 11 ............................Campbellsville (Ky.) Nov. 14 ......................................Union College 2008 RESULTS – (2-9, 1-4 MSC) Date Opponent Result Score Aug. 30 at West Alabama ............ L....... 49-12 Sept. 6 at Concordia .................. L....... 27-19 Sept. 13 Millsaps ......................... L....... 34-14 Sept. 27 at Bethel (Tenn.) ............ L....... 31-21 Oct. 4 Faulkner .........................W ...... 49-24 Oct. 11 West Virginia Tech.........W ...... 29-27 Oct. 18 at Campbellsville ........... L....... 35-33 Oct. 25 Cumberland (Tenn.)....... L....... 46-43 Nov. 1 Lambuth......................... L....... 63-13 Nov. 8 Shorter ........................... L......... 35-0 Nov. 15 Union ............................. L......... 36-7

2008 RESULTS – (2-9, 1-7 GSC) Date Opponent Result Score Aug. 30 at Missouri Southern ..... L....... 45-31 Sept. 6 West Alabama ................W ...... 37-27 Sept. 13 at Southwest Baptist ...... L....... 43-31 Sept. 20 Delta State ..................... L....... 56-49 Sept. 25 at North Alabama........... L......... 52-0 Oct. 4 Southern Arkansas .........W ...... 39-33 Oct. 11 Ouachita Baptist ............ L....... 30-27 Oct. 18 at Valdosta State ............ L....... 21-13 Oct. 25 Arkansas-Monticello ..... L....... 46-43 Nov. 1 at Henderson State ......... L....... 33-32 Nov. 8 at Arkansas Tech ............ L....... 56-34

2008 RESULTS – (7-4, 3-2 GSC) Date Opponent Result Score Aug. 28 Northeastern State .........W ........ 22-3 Sept. 4 at Central Missouri ........ L....... 49-13 Sept. 11 West Alabama ................W ...... 26-24 Sept. 27 at Arkansas-Monticello..W ...... 38-35 Oct. 4 North Alabama .............. L....... 45-24 Oct. 11 at Southern Arkansas ..... L....... 45-42 Oct. 18 at West Georgia .............W ...... 49-24 Oct. 25 Henderson State............. L....... 29-21 Nov. 1 at Delta State ................. L....... 48-14 Nov. 8 Harding ..........................W ...... 56-34

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SOUTHERN ARKANSAS GAME 4

VA L D O S TA S TAT E

LAMBUTH

GAME 5

GAME 6

Thursday, Sept. 17

Saturday, Sept. 26

Saturday, Oct. 3

7:05 pm • Magnolia, Ark.

6:00 pm • Valdosta, Ga.

4:00 pm • Livingston, Ala.

Wilkins Field

Bazemore-Hyder Stadium

Tiger Stadium

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location ...................................Magnolia, Ark. Founded.................................................... 1909 Enrollment................................................3,117 Nickname ........................................Muleriders Colors ...................... Royal Blue and Old Gold Conference ............Gulf South (NCAA Div. II) Facility ...................................Wilkins Stadium Capacity ..........................................(6,000) President......................... Dr. David F. Franklin Athletics Director .............................Jay Adcox

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ......................................Valdosta, Ga. Founded.................................................... 1906 Enrollment..............................................11,800 Nickname ............................................. Blazers Colors ........................................Red and Black Conference ............Gulf South (NCAA Div. II) Facility ................... Bazemore-Hyder Stadium Capacity ........................................(10,500) President....................... Dr. Ronald M. Zaccari Athletics Director ......................Herb Reinhard

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ....................................Jackson, Tenn. Founded.................................................... 1843 Enrollment.................................................. 750 Nickname ...............................................Eagles Colors ..................................... Navy and White Conference ........................ Mid-South (NAIA) Facility ............................. L . L. Fonville Field Capacity ..........................................(2,000) President.................... Dr. Jerry Israel (Interim) Athletics Director ...........................Ken Brown

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach ..................................Bill Keopple Alma Mater ......... (Central Arkansas, 1986) Record at Southern Arkansas .......First Year Career Record ..............................First Year Assistant Coaches ........................Trey LaValle ........................................ David Reeves, Jr. ............................................Shane Tolleson Lettermen Returning / Lost .................... 34/17 Starters Returning / Lost ........................... 14/8 Series History ........................SAU leads 13-12

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach ................................... David Dean Alma Mater ...............(Georgia State, 1986) Record at Valdosta State .......22-4 (2 Years) Career Record .......................22-4 (2 Years) Assistant Coaches ............. Joe Cauthen (D.C.) .......................................... David Elsenrath ............................................ Earl Chambers ................................................Seth Wallace Lettermen Returning / Lost .................... 45/25 Starters Returning / Lost ......................... 13/12 Series History ..........................VSU leads 26-1

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach ..................................Hugh Freeze Alma Mater ... (Southern Mississippi, 1992) Record at Lambuth .................8-4 (2 Years) Career Record .........................8-4 (2 Years) Assistant Coaches .......................Hillie Walton ...........................................John Thompson .......................................................Don Pitt ............................................ Derek Morales ................................................ Grant Heard ................................................David Carter .....................................Shepherd Campbell ................................................... Tom Allen .............................................. Lee Wilbanks Lettermen Returning / Lost .................... 38/15 Starters Returning / Lost ........................... 16/6 Series History ...........................UWA leads 2-0

2009 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 29.....................................North Alabama Sept. 12 ..................................at Valdosta State Sept. 17 ..................................... West Alabama Sept. 24 .............................. at Henderson State Oct. 3 ................................................... Harding Oct. 10 ................................... at Arkansas Tech Oct. 17 ....................................Ouachita Baptist Oct. 24 .........................................at Delta State Oct. 31 ..................................at Incarnate Word Nov. 7 ........................ vs. Arkansas-Monticello 2008 RESULTS – (2-8, 2-6 GSC) Date Opponent Result Score Aug. 28 at North Alabama........... L....... 57-14 Sept. 6 at Truman State.............. L....... 34-21 Sept. 18 at West Alabama ............ L....... 17-14 Sept. 27 Henderson State............. L....... 42-17 Oct. 4 at Harding ...................... L....... 39-33 Oct. 11 Arkansas Tech ...............W ...... 45-42 Oct. 18 at Ouachita Baptist ........ L....... 30-14 Oct. 25 Delta State ..................... L......... 21-3 Nov. 3 Valdosta State ................ L....... 38-16 Nov. 8 at Arkansas-Monticello..W ...... 23-16

2009 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 29............................................. Newberry Sept. 12 .............................. Southern Arkansas Sept. 19 ..............................at Ouachita Baptist Sept. 26 ..................................... West Alabama Oct. 1 ...........................................at Delta State Oct. 10 .................................... Henderson State Oct. 17 ............................................. at Harding Oct. 24 ......................................North Alabama Oct. 29 .....................................at West Georgia Nov. 7 ....................................... Edward Waters 2008 RESULTS – (9-3, 6-2 GSC) Date Opponent Result Score Aug. 23 Fort Valley State ............W ........ 56-3 Aug. 30 at Newberrry ..................W ........ 14-9 Sept. 20 Ouachita Baptist ............W ........ 29-6 Sept. 27 at West Alabama ............W ...... 33-14 Oct. 2 Delta State ..................... L....... 27-24 Oct. 11 at Henderson State .........W ...... 27-23 Oct. 18 Harding ..........................W ...... 21-13 Oct. 25 at North Alabama........... L....... 41-23 Oct. 30 West Georgia .................W ...... 41-14 Nov. 3 at Southern Arkansas .....W ...... 38-16 Nov. 15 Carson-Newman ............W ...... 24-20 Nov. 22 at North Alabama........... L....... 37-10

2009 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 27.......................... at Kentucky Christian Sept. 5 .....................................at West Georgia Sept. 19 ................................ at Campbellsville Sept. 26 ...........................................UVA-Wise Oct. 3 ..................................... at West Alabama Oct. 10 ...................................................Shorter Oct. 17 ............................................ at Faulkner Oct. 24 ................................................ at Bethel Oct. 31 ............................................... Belhaven Nov. 7 .......................... at Georgetown College Nov. 14 ............................. Cumberland (Tenn.) 2008 RESULTS – (8-4, 4-1 MSC) Date Opponent Result Score Aug. 28 at Murray State .............. L....... 41-17 Sept. 6 Union College................ L....... 27-21 Sept. 13 at Pikeville .....................W ...... 49-27 Sept. 20 Campbellsville ...............W ...... 51-10 Sept. 27 at UVA-Wise..................W ...... 51-40 Oct. 11 at Shorter .......................W ...... 42-38 Oct. 18 Faulkner .........................W ...... 66-31 Oct. 25 Bethel.............................W ...... 46-28 Nov. 1 at Belhaven ....................W ...... 63-13 Nov. 8 Georgetown College ......W ........ 42-7

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UAM

GAME 7

WEST GEORGIA GAME 8

GAME 9

Saturday, Oct. 10

Saturday, Oct. 17

Saturday, Oct. 24

6:00 pm • Livingston, Ala.

6:00 pm • Livingston, Ala.

1:00 pm • Carrollton, Ga.

Tiger Stadium

Tiger Stadium

University Stadium

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ................................ Cleveland, Miss. Founded.................................................... 1924 Enrollment............................................... 4,375 Nickname .........................................Statesmen Colors ......................... Forest Green and White Conference ............Gulf South (NCAA Div. II) Facility ......... Parker Field at McCool Stadium Capacity ..........................................(8,125) President............................Dr. John M. Hilpert Athletics Director ...................Jeremy McClain

GENERAL INFORMATION Location .................................Monticello, Ark. Founded.................................................... 1909 Enrollment............................................... 3,300 Nickname .....................................Boll Weevils Colors .......................... Kelly Green and White Conference ............Gulf South (NCAA Div. II) Facility ...............Convoy Cotton Boll Stadium Capacity ..........................................(4,500) Chancellor ..............................Dr. Jack Lassiter Athletics Director ........................Chris Ratcliff

GENERAL INFORMATION Location ................................... Carrollton, Ga. Founded.................................................... 1906 Enrollment..............................................11,250 Nickname ............................................. Wolves Colors ..........................................Blue and Red Conference ............Gulf South (NCAA Div. II) Facility .............................. University Stadium Capacity ..........................................(9,500) President....................... Dr. Beheruz N. Sethna Athletics Director ........ Daryl Dickey (interim)

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach .................................. Ron Roberts Alma Mater ........ (Tennessee-Martin, 1988) Record at Delta State ............20-4 (3 Years) Career Record .......................20-4 (3 Years) Assistant Coaches ............ Darrin Hicks (O.C.) .............................................Clint Rountree ...........................................Randy Grierson ................................................ Ryan Barker ..............................................Chet Pobolish Lettermen Returning / Lost .................... 45/20 Starters Returning / Lost ........................... 17/8 Series History .................... DSU leads 32-19-3

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach .......................... Gwaine Mathews Alma Mater ................... (Delta State, 1988) Record at UAM ..................13-31 (4 Years) Career Record .....................13-31 (4 Years) Assistant Coaches ...... Derek Warehime (O.C.) ............................................. Donald Dykes .................................................Troy Stubbs ............................................. Jafar Williams Lettermen Returning / Lost .................... 35/23 Starters Returning / Lost ..........................11/11 Series History ........................ UAM leads 12-9

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach .................................Daryl Dickey Alma Mater .................... (Tennessee, 1986) Record at West Georgia ......... 0-10 (1 Year) Career Record .....................28-25 (5 Years) Assistant Coaches ................... Jeff Fela (O.C.) ....................................James Clozie (D.C.) .............................................Louis LeBlanc .............................................Russell Rothar ...........................................Lamont Seward ................................................. Ryan Locke ................................................Chad Pickett .......................................... Charlie Wilburn ............................................ Robert Walden ...................................................Dave Ware ............................................. Jackson Coots Lettermen Returning / Lost .................... 26/24 Starters Returning / Lost ......................... 15/10 Series History ........................ UWG leads 17-9

2009 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 29....................at Texas A&M-Kingsville Sept. 12 .......................at Arkansas-Monticello Sept. 19 ............................................... Harding Sept. 28 ..............................at Ouachita Baptist Oct. 1 ..........................................Valdosta State Oct. 10 ................................... at West Alabama Oct. 15 ..................................at North Alabama Oct. 22 ................................ Southern Arkansas Oct. 31 ................................... at Arkansas Tech Nov. 7 ..........................................West Georgia 2008 RESULTS – (10-2, 8-0 GSC) Date Opponent Result Score Sept. 6 at McNeese State ........... L....... 52-27 Sept. 13 Arkansas-Monticello .....W ...... 37-31 Sept. 20 at Harding ......................W ...... 56-49 Sept. 27 Ouachita Baptist ............W ...... 35-17 Oct. 2 at Valdosta State ............W ...... 27-24 Oct. 11 West Alabama ................W ...... 21-14 Oct. 16 North Alabama ..............W ...... 34-28 Oct. 25 at Southern Arkansas .....W ........ 21-3 Nov. 1 Arkansas Tech ...............W ...... 48-14 Nov. 8 at West Georgia .............W ...... 68-10 Nov. 22 Tusculum .......................W ...... 27-19 Nov. 29 North Alabama .............. L....... 55-34

2009 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 27................................... at Tarleton State Sept. 5 .......................... at Arkansas-Pine Bluff Sept. 12 ...........................................Delta State Sept. 19 .................................. Henderson State Sept. 26 ................................. at Arkansas Tech Oct. 3 ......................................Ouachita Baptist Oct. 8 .......................................at West Georgia Oct. 17 ................................... at West Alabama Oct. 24 ................................................. Harding Oct. 31 ......................................North Alabama Nov. 7 ............................vs. Southern Arkansas 2008 RESULTS – (7-4, 5-3 GSC) Date Opponent Result Score Aug. 30 at Arkansas-Pine Bluff...W ........ 21-7 Sept. 6 Missouri S&T ................W ...... 42-24 Sept.13 at Delta State ................. L....... 37-31 Sept. 20 at Henderson State .........W ...... 51-48 Sept. 27 Arkansas Tech ............... L....... 38-35 Oct. 4 at Ouachita Baptist ........W ...... 44-24 Oct. 9 West Georgia .................W ...... 50-17 Oct. 18 West Alabama ................W ...... 27-14 Oct. 25 at Harding ......................W ...... 46-43 Nov. 1 at North Alabama........... L....... 45-14 Nov. 8 Southern Arkansas ......... L....... 23-16

2009 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 29............................................ at Wingate Sept. 5 ................................................Lambuth Sept. 12 ..................................Ouachita Baptist Sept. 19 ................................at North Alabama Oct. 3 .................................. at Henderson State Oct. 8 ...............................Arkansas-Monticello Oct. 17 ................................... at Arkansas Tech Oct. 24 ....................................... West Alabama Oct. 29 ........................................Valdosta State Nov. 7 ..........................................at Delta State 2008 RESULTS – (0-10, 0-8 GSC) Date Opponent Result Score Aug. 28 at Samford ..................... L....... 21-19 Sept. 6 Clark Atlanta.................. L......... 28-3 Sept. 13 at Ouachita Baptist ........ L....... 41-17 Sept. 20 North Alabama .............. L......... 53-0 Oct. 4 Henderson State............. L....... 49-10 Oct. 9 at Arkansas-Monticello.. L....... 50-17 Oct. 18 Arkansas Tech ............... L....... 49-24 Oct. 25 at West Alabama ............ L....... 48-10 Oct. 30 at Valdosta State ............ L....... 41-14 Nov. 8 Delta State ..................... L....... 68-10

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O U A C H I TA B A P T I S T GAME 10

N O RT H A L A B A M A GAME 11

Saturday, Oct. 31

Saturday, Nov. 7

5:00 pm • Livingston, Ala.

6:00 pm • Florence, Ala.

Tiger Stadium

Braly Municipal Stadium

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GENERAL INFORMATION Location .............................. Arkadelphia, Ark. Founded.................................................... 1886 Enrollment............................................... 1,448 Nickname ............................................... Tigers Colors ..................................... Purple and Gold Conference ............Gulf South (NCAA Div. II) Facility ............................A. U. Williams Field Capacity ..........................................(5,600) President....................................Dr. Rex Horne Athletics Director ......................... David Sharp

GENERAL INFORMATION Location .....................................Florence, Ala. Founded.................................................... 1830 Enrollment............................................... 7,300 Nickname ................................................ Lions Colors ..................................... Purple and Gold Conference ............Gulf South (NCAA Div. II) Facility .....................Braly Municipal Stadium Capacity .......................................(14, 215) President................................ Dr. William Cale Athletics Director ......................... Mark Linder

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach .................................. Todd Knight Alma Mater ..........(Ouachita Baptist, 1986) Record at Ouachita Baptist ..35-64 (10 Years) Career Record ............... 63-96-2 (16 Years) Assistant Coaches .................Jay Derby (O.C.) ................................... J. R. Eldridge (D.C.) ............................................ Brett Shockley ............................................... Osita Alaribe ............................................. Patrick Turner Lettermen Returning / Lost .................... 32/20 Starters Returning / Lost ........................... 16/6 Series History ........................... OBU leads 5-1

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach ............................... Terry Bowden Alma Mater ...............(West Virginia, 1978) Record at North Alabama ............First Year Career Record ..............111-53-2 (15 Years) Assistant Coaches .........Alan Arrington (O.C.) .................................... Karl Morgan (D.C.) ............................................... Sean Cannon ................................................. Chris Willis .................................... Steadman Campbell ................................................ Jeff Bowden .................................................... Pat Carter ...................................................Mike King Lettermen Returning / Lost .................... 34/32 Starters Returning / Lost ........................... 8/17 Series History .................... UNA leads 46-14-1

2009 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Sept. 5 ....................................at Texas College Sept. 12 ...................................at West Georgia Sept. 19 ......................................Valdosta State Sept. 26 ...........................................Delta State Oct. 3 ...........................at Arkansas-Monticello Oct. 10 ................................................. Harding Oct. 17 ............................ at Southern Arkansas Oct. 24 ................................. Southwest Baptist Oct. 31 ................................... at West Alabama Nov. 7 ..................................... Henderson State 2008 RESULTS – (7-3, 5-3 GSC) Date Opponent Result Score Sept. 6 Fort Lewis......................W ........ 58-7 Sept. 13 West Georgia .................W ...... 41-17 Sept. 20 at Valdosta State ............ L......... 29-6 Sept. 27 at Delta State ................. L....... 35-17 Oct. 4 Arkansas-Monticello ..... L....... 44-24 Oct. 11 at Harding ......................W ...... 30-27 Oct. 18 Southern Arkansas .........W ...... 30-14 Oct. 25 at Southwest Baptist ......W ...... 47-45 Nov. 1 West Alabama ................W ...... 45-43 Nov. 6 at Henderson State .........W ...... 43-36

2009 SCHEDULE Date Opponent Aug. 29........................... at Southern Arkansas Sept. 5 ................................... Carson-Newman Sept. 12 .............................. at Henderson State Sept. 19 .......................................West Georgia Sept. 26 ........................................... at Harding Oct. 3 .........................................Arkansas Tech Oct. 8 ..................................... North Greenville Oct. 15 .............................................Delta State Oct. 22 ....................................at Valdosta State Oct. 31 .........................at Arkansas-Monticello Nov. 7 ........................................ West Alabama 2008 RESULTS – (12-2, 7-1 GSC) Date Opponent Result Score Aug. 28 Southern Arkansas .........W ...... 57-14 Sept. 4 at Carson-Newman ........W ...... 20-13 Sept. 13 Henderson State.............W ...... 45-20 Sept. 20 at West Georgia .............W ........ 53-0 Sept. 25 Harding ..........................W ........ 52-0 Oct. 4 at Arkansas Tech ............W ...... 45-24 Oct. 9 at North Greenville ........W ........ 52-7 Oct. 16 at Delta State ................. L....... 28-24 Oct. 25 Valdosta State ................W ...... 41-23 Nov. 1 Arkansas-Monticello .....W ...... 45-14 Nov. 8 at West Alabama ............W ........ 41-9 Nov. 22 Valdosta State ................W ...... 37-10 Nov. 29 at Delta State .................W ...... 55-34 Dec. 6 at Northwest Missouri St. L......... 41-7

S P O R T S I N F O R M AT I O N D I R E C TO RY Belhaven SID:...................................... Kirk McDonnell Email: ................... kmcdonnell@belhaven.edu Office: ........................................601-968-8765 Website: ..........................blazers.belhaven.edu Harding SID:............................................. Scott Goode Email: ............................. sgoode@harding.edu Office: ........................................501-279-4363 Website: ....................www.hardingsports.com Arkansas Tech SID:........................................ Ben Greenberg Email: ..............................bgreenberg@atu.edu Office: ........................................479-968-0645 Website: ................................. athletics.atu.edu Southern Arkansas SID:....................................... Houston Taylor Email: ...............................sausid@saumag.edu Office: ........................................870-235-4104 Website: ............. www.muleriderathletics.com Valdosta State SID:............................................. Shawn Reed Email: ............................msreed@valdosta.edu Office: ........................................229-333-5903 Website: ..................... www.vstateblazers.com Lambuth SID:........................................Dave McCulley Email: ......................... mcculley@lambuth.edu Office: ........................................731-425-3231 Website: ...................www.lambutheagles.com Delta State SID:............................................... Matt Jones Email: ...............................matt@deltastate.edu Office: ........................................662-846-4284 Website: ................... wwww.gostatesmen.com UAM SID:..........................................Brain Ramsey Email: ............................. ramsey@uamont.edu Office: ........................................870-460-1574 Website: ......................... www.uamsports.com West Georgia SID:.............................................. Mitch Gray Email: ............................... mgray@westga.edu Office: ........................................678-839-6542 Website: ......................... www.uwgsports.com Ouachita Baptist SID:..................................... Alan Greenwood Email: ................................gre39632@obu.edu Office: ........................................870-245-5186 Website: ........................... www.obutigers.com North Alabama SID:.............................................. Jeff Hodges Email: ...................sportsinformation@una.edu Office: ........................................256-765-4595 Website: ........................... www.roarlions.com

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Date Opponent Aug. 30 Belhaven Sept. 6 at Harding Sept. 11 at Arkansas Tech Sept. 18 Southern Arkansas* Sept. 27 #1 Valdosta State Oct. 4 at Concordia Oct. 11 at #7 Delta State Oct. 18 at UAM Oct. 25 West Georgia Nov. 1 at Ouachita Baptist* Nov. 8 #5 North Alabama * - overtime games RUSHING Player D. Baylor T. Allen C. Mason D. Williams B. Walker J. Jones T. Talley G. Worsham B. Sharp K. Kennedy M. Patterson D. Thomas Team Total Opponents

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GP 11 11 11 3 9 9 6 11 11 2 10 9 7 11 11

Att 158 67 76 39 22 19 3 14 2 3 5 30 7 445 430

Result W L L W L W L L W L L

Net 730 462 318 103 61 60 43 37 17 17 -12 -20 -36 1780 1371

PASSING Player D. Thomas D. Williams T. Allen M. Patterson K. Kennedy C. Mason B. Sharp Total Opponents

G 9 3 11 10 2 11 11 11 11

Effic 77.33 190.25 94.56 55.79 -200.00 446.80 133.60 107.33 114.64

RECEIVING Player G.Worsham T. Levy T. Allen M. Townsend J. Hawkins C. Mason B. Walker D. Baylor E. Mcdonald E. Shipp O. Sumbry Total Opponents

G 11 11 11 10 11 11 9 11 7 10 11 11 11

No.-Yds 37-329 32-419 26-451 18-253 17-123 6-72 6-66 4-25 2-21 2-15 1-4 151-1778 222-2296

PUNT RETURNS Player G. Worsham O. Sumbry Total Opponents

No. 13 8 21 31

Score 49-12 27-37 24-26 17-14 14-33 24-7 14-21 14-27 48-10 43-45 9-41

Avg 4.6 6.9 4.2 2.6 2.8 3.2 14.3 2.6 8.5 5.7 -2.4 -0.7 -5.1 4.0 3.2

Overall 1-0-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 2-2-0 2-3-0 3-3-0 3-4-0 3-5-0 4-5-0 4-6-0 4-7-0

TD 9 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 18 18

Att-Cmp-Int 182-81-13 78-51-3 23-11-2 15-6-1 1-0-1 1-1-0 1-1-0 301-151-20 372-222-14

Yds 119 110 229 445

Avg 8.9 13.1 17.3 14.1 7.2 12.0 11.0 6.2 10.5 7.5 4.0 11.8 10.3 Avg 9.2 13.8 10.9 14.4

GSC 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 1-2-0 1-3-0 1-4-0 2-4-0 2-5-0 2-6-0

Long 57 85 63 37 12 13 37 17 14 12 8 14 0 85 69 Pct 44.5 65.4 47.8 40.0 0.0 100.0 100.0 50.2 59.7

TD 5 6 4 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 19 12 TD 0 0 0 3

Avg/G 66.4 42.0 28.9 34.3 6.8 6.7 7.2 3.4 1.5 8.5 -1.2 -2.2 -5.1 161.8 124.6

Yds 785 838 97 52 0 2 4 1778 2296

Long 28 39 84 31 23 42 30 23 14 10 4 84 67 Long 29 36 36 74

Time 3:04 2:55 3:06 3:50 2:50 2:52 2:52 2:55 2:48 3:40 2:35

TD 6 10 2 0 0 1 0 19 12

Avg/G 29.9 38.1 41.0 25.3 11.2 6.5 7.3 2.3 3.0 1.5 0.4 161.6 208.7

INTERCEPTIONS Player O. Sumbry J D. Douglas A. Bullock J. Thedford M. Mitchell W. Vickery G. Pack Total Opponents

No. 5 3 2 1 1 1 1 14 20

Yds 43 16 15 0 7 10 26 117 240

Avg 8.6 5.3 7.5 0.0 7.0 10.0 26.0 8.4 12.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1

Long 39 12 15 0 7 10 26 39 65

KICK RETURNS Player T. Allen G. Worsham B. Walker C. Mason H. Cameron J. Permenter Total Opponents

No. 19 19 3 2 1 1 45 46

Yds 339 454 35 13 37 0 878 942

Avg 17.8 23.9 11.7 6.5 37.0 0.0 19.5 20.5

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Long 43 69 14 13 37 0 69 51

FUMBLE RETURNS Player No. J. May 1 G. Pack 1 Total 2 Opponents 5

Yds 0 30 30 94

Avg 0.0 30.0 15.0 18.8

TD 0 1 1 1

Long 0 30 30 60

SCORING Player D. Baylor T. Allen M. Warfield T. Levy G. Worsham C. Mason G. Pack M. Townsend J. Hawkins D. Williams D. Thomas J. May Total Opponents

TD 9 8 0 6 5 4 2 2 1 1 1 0 39 35

TOTAL OFFENSE Player G D. Williams 3 D. Thomas 9 D. Baylor 11 T. Allen 11 C. Mason 11 B. Walker 9 J. Jones 9 T. Talley 6 M. Patterson 10 G. Worsham 11 B. Sharp 11 K. Kennedy 2 Team 7 Total 11 Opponents 11

|--------PAT---------| FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 54 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 48 4-9 35-37 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 47 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 2 4-9 35-37 0-0 0 0-2 0 1 283 10-17 27-32 1-1 1 1-2 0 1 273 Plays 117 212 158 90 77 22 19 3 20 14 3 4 7 746 802

Rush 103 -20 730 462 318 61 60 43 -12 37 17 17 -36 1780 1371

TIGER FOOTBALL

Pass 838 785 0 97 2 0 0 0 52 0 4 0 0 1778 2296

Total 941 765 730 559 320 61 60 43 40 37 21 17 -36 3558 3667

Avg/G 313.7 85.0 66.4 50.8 29.1 6.8 6.7 7.2 4.0 3.4 1.9 8.5 -5.1 323.5 333.4


PUNTING Player B. Sharp J D. Wu Team Total Opponents

No. Yds 57 2225 5 166 2 0 64 2391 61 2422

Avg 39.0 33.2 0.0 37.4 39.7

KICKOFFS Player M. Warfield B. Sharp Total Opponents

No. 49 1 50 54

Avg 56.8 45.0 56.6 59.7

ALL PURPOSE Player G T. Allen 11 G. Worsham 11 D. Baylor 11 T. Levy 11 C. Mason 11 M. Townsend 10 B. Walker 9 O. Sumbry 11 J. Hawkins 11 D. Williams 3

Yds 2785 45 2830 3226 Rush 462 37 730 0 318 0 61 0 0 103

Rec 451 329 25 419 72 253 66 4 123 0

Long 56 44 0 56 67

TB FC I20 1 11 17 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 13 19 11 8 11

TB OB 1 3 0 0 1 3 6 3 PR 0 119 0 0 0 0 0 110 0 0

KOR 339 454 0 0 13 0 35 0 0 0

Blkd 2 0 0 2 0

Retn

Net YdLn

962 998

37.4 41.3

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 43 0 0

32 28

Tot Avg/G 1252 113.8 939 85.4 755 68.6 419 38.1 403 36.6 253 25.3 162 18.0 157 14.3 123 11.2 103 34.3

J. Jones T. Talley H. Cameron G. Pack E. Mcdonald K. Kennedy B. Sharp J D. Douglas E. Shipp A. Bullock W. Vickery M. Mitchell M. Patterson D. Thomas Team Total Opponents

DEFENSIVE LEADERS |--------------Tackles-----------------| |---Sacks--| # Player GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards 26 G. Pack 11 77 37 114 9.5-34 3.0-26 30 D. Matthews 11 60 30 90 12.0-55 5.0-35 34 J. May 11 40 17 57 13.5-57 6.5-41 33 J. Pollard 11 37 20 57 5.0-20 . 14 J D. Douglas 11 41 13 54 . . 18 O. Sumbr 11 40 14 54 2.5-10 . 55 W. Vickery 11 29 17 46 11.0-31 1.0-7 2 A. Bullock 11 25 13 38 2.5-6 . 8 M. Mitchell 11 26 7 33 1.0-1 . 42 C. Dawson 11 16 12 28 3.5-8 0.5-2 45 R. Jones 11 20 8 28 13.0-47 4.0-24 10 E. Hendricks 10 16 6 22 2.0-3 . 49 J. Thedford 11 11 10 21 4.0-28 2.0-14 4 H. Cameron 11 16 5 21 1.0-1 . 23 G. Smith 5 14 6 20 1.0-1 . 29 S. Figueroa 9 7 6 13 . . 22 J. Permenter 8 7 4 11 . . 32 V. Coley 10 6 2 8 . . 44 J. Smyth 8 5 1 6 . . 90 D. Robinson 10 5 . 5 2.0-7 . 57 T. Brown 9 3 2 5 0.5-0 . TM Team 7 5 . 5 . . 47 P. Norton 6 4 . 4 . . 6 G. Worsham 11 4 . 4 . . 7 T. Allen 11 3 . 3 . . 91 D. Perryman 9 1 2 3 . . 19 D. Jones 5 3 . 3 . . 1 D. Williams 3 3 . 3 . . 31 C. Felston 4 2 . 2 . . 56 J. Porter 7 2 . 2 . . 13 R. Bell 8 2 . 2 . . 93 L. Powe 1 2 . 2 . . 53 J. Peavy 10 1 . 1 . . 52 C. Bitowf 2 1 . 1 . . 92 C. Carlisle 1 1 . 1 . . 41 M. Warfield 11 1 . 1 . . 21 T. Levy 11 1 . 1 . . 28 D. Allen 3 1 . 1 . . 3 M. Townsend 10 1 . 1 . . 9 D. Baylor 11 1 . 1 . . 20 B. Walker 9 1 . 1 . . 15 J. Hawkins 11 1 . 1 . . Total 11 542 232 774 84-309 22-149 Opponents 11 464 263 727 82.0-349 25-174

9 6 11 11 7 2 11 11 10 11 11 11 10 9 7 11 11

60 43 0 0 0 17 17 0 0 0 0 0 -12 -20 -36 1780 1371

0 0 0 0 21 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 1778 2296

|-----------Pass Def----------| Int-Yds BrUp QBH 1-26 3 . . 1 3 . 2 3 . 3 . 3-16 3 . 5-43 4 . 1-10 3 3 2-15 3 . 1-7 7 . . . . . 1 4 . . . 1-0 . 1 . 2 . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-117 33 14 20-240 37 6

TIGER FOOTBALL

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 229 445

0 0 37 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 878 942

0 0 0 26 0 0 0 16 0 15 10 7 0 0 0 117 240

|----Fumbles----| Rcv-Yds FF 1-30 2 2-0 1 4-0 3 . . 1-0 . 2-0 . 1-0 . . . . . 1-0 2 3-0 1 . . . . . . 2-0 . . . . . 1-0 . . . . . 1-0 . . 3 1-0 . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-30 13 13-94 18

60 43 37 26 21 17 17 16 15 15 10 7 -12 -20 -36 4782 5294

6.7 7.2 3.4 2.4 3.0 8.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.4 0.9 0.6 -1.2 -2.2 -5.1 434.7 481.3

Blkd Kick 2 . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 2

Saf . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1

35


GAME 2 • SEPT. 6, 2008

GAME 1 • AUG. 30, 2008

BELHAVEN

12

WEST ALABAMA

27

WEST ALABAMA

49

HARDING

37

SEARCY, ARKANSAS • FIRST SECURITY STADIUM

LIVINGSTON, ALABAMA • TIGER STADIUM Belhaven West Alabama

6 14

0 21

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

36

6 14

0 0

BELHAVEN 22 34-104 206 46-28-1 80-310 0-0 0-0 7-96 0-0 7-42.3 3-3 11-92 25:50 4 of 16 2 of 2 1-1 0-0

12 49 UWA 20 36-225 300 27-16-0 63-525 0-0 3-30 2-44 1-0 4-36.5 1-1 12-111 31:20 4 of 10 0 of 2 3-4 1-8

SCORING SUMMARY: 1st 7:08 UWA G. Worsham 17 yd pass from D. Williams (M. Warfield kick) 5 plays - 60 yards, 1:55, BC 0 - UWA 7 4:02 UWA G. Worsham 28 yd pass from D. Williams (M. Warfield kick) 4 plays - 58 yards, 1:15, BC 0 - UWA 14 0:54 BC A. Carcich 1 yd run (J. Miller kick failed) 8 plays - 72yards, 3:03, BC6 - UWA 14 2nd 14:43 UWA T. Allen 48 yd pass from D. Williams (M. Warfield kick) 4 plays - 76 yards, 1:05, BC 6 - UWA 21 3:22 UWA C. Mason 1 yd run (M. Warfield kick) 8 plays - 74 yards, 4:11, BC 6 - UWA 28 0:53 UWA T. Allen 36 yd pass from D. Williams (M. Warfield kick) 6 plays - 62 yards, 1:27, BC 6 - UWA 35 3rd 13:29 UWA D. Williams 37 yd run (M. Warfield kick) 3 plays - 54 yards, 1:21, BC 6 - UWA 42 12:30 UWA D. Baylor 21 yd run (M. Warfield kick) 2 plays - 23 yards, 0:45, BC 6 - UWA 49 1:07 BC R. Bolton 1 yd run (J. Wallace pass failed) 22 plays - 75 yards, 8:03, BC 12 - UWA 49 INDIVIDUAL Rushing: Belhaven-Ricardo Bolton 15-48; Andrew Carcich 8-25; Ryan Duvall 5-15; Barry Johnson 2-13; Damian Davis 2-3; Jerred Wallace 1-2; Justus Anderson 1-minus 2. West Alabama-Dameon Baylor 12-109; Tony Talley 3-43; Deon Williams 4-33; Josh Jones 8-26; Derek Thomas 5-22; Terry Allen 1-7; Cole Mason 1-1; Gerald Worsham 1-minus 5; Matt Patterson 1-minus 11. Passing: Belhaven-Andrew Carcich 10-21-1-68; Jerred Wallace 12-16-0-85; Ryan Duvall 6-9-0-53. West Alabama-Deon Williams 15-22-0-270; Derek Thomas 1-5-0-30. Receiving: Belhaven-Anthony Embry 6-52; Ricardo Bolton 4-42; Shaun Ector 3-45; Barry Johnson 3-20; Kentrell Lee 2-10; Kyle Henry 2-7; Chris Allen 2-6; Damian Davis 2-5; Vincent Mullen 1-9; Jonathan Reed 1-6; Jeffery Maxwell 1-5; Ryan Duvall 1-minus 1. West Alabama-Terry Allen 4-104; Gerald Worsham 3-46; Michael Townsen 3-38; Brandon Walker 2-31; Jason Hawkins 2-26; Cole Mason 1-42; Terry Levy 1-13.

West Alabama Harding

7 6

7 17

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

7 14

6 0 UWA 22 43-141 367 33-18-3 76-508 0-0 3-12 4-85 2-0 4-40.5 5-3 9-54 34:39 7 of 15 1 of 2 1-1 2-12

27 37 HU 19 28-84 300 46-31-2 74-384 2-8 1-40 4-77 3-88 5-38.6 4-1 9-90 25:21 8 of 16 0 of 1 3-5 7-46

SCORING SUMMARY: 1st 7:20 HU J. Holt 35 yd run (R. Ferrell kick failed) 5 plays - 86 yards, 1:32, UWA 0 - HU 6 2:49 UWA D. Baylor 3 yd run (M. Warfield kick) 4 plays - 49 yards, 1:29, UWA 7 - HU 6 2nd 9:50 HU A. Webster 5 yd pass from D. Knighton (R. Ferrell kick) 7 plays - 52 yards, 2:15, UWA 7 - HU 13 6:58 UWA T. Allen 84 yd pass from D. Williams (M. Warfield kick) 4 plays - 98 yards, 2:00, UWA 14 - HU 13 2:41 HU K. Adams 19 yd pass from D. Knighton (R. Ferrell kick) 1 play - 19 yards, 0:04, UWA 14 - HU 20 0:33 HU R. Ferrell 38 yd field goal 4 plays - 0 yards, 1:09, UWA 14 - HU 23 3rd 5:56 UWA G. Worsham 22 yd pass from D. Williams (M. Warfield kick) 7 plays - 66 yards, 3:15, UWA 21 - HU 23 3:50 HU Z. Ross 21 yd pass from D. Knighton (R. Ferrell kick) 9 plays - 60 yards, 2:06, UWA 21 - HU 30 0:08 HU T. Brown 65 yd interception return (R. Ferrell kick) UWA 21 - HU 37 4th 7:36 UWA T. Levy 39 yd pass from D. Williams (D. Williams pass failed) 11 plays - 91 yards, 3:43, UWA 27 - HU 37 INDIVIDUAL RUSHING: West Alabama-Dameon Baylor 18-100; Deon Williams 19-20; Cole Mason 4-16; Terry Allen 1-3; Gerald Worsham 1-2. Harding-Jeremy Holt 4-40; Alan Webster 11-34; David Knighton 10-16; Zac Ross 1-0; TEAM 2-minus 6. PASSING: West Alabama-Deon Williams 18-33-3-367. Harding-David Knighton 31-46-2-300. RECEIVING: West Alabama-Terry Allen 5-133; Gerald Worsham 5-71; Michael Townsen 2-62; Terry Levy 2-60; Cole Mason 2-22; Dameon Baylor 1-23; Jason Hawkins 1-minus 4. Harding-Jordan Watson 6-72; Kurt Adams 5-59; Zac Ross 5-44; Alan Webster 4-58; Kale Gelles 4-22; Jeremy Holt 3-28; Julian Firman 2-10; Tyler O’Quin 2-7.

TIGER FOOTBALL


GAME 4 • SEPT. 18, 2008

GAME 3 • SEPT. 11, 2008

WEST ALABAMA

24

SOUTHERN ARKANSAS 14

ARKANSAS TECH

26

WEST ALABAMA

RUSSELLVILLE, ARKANSAS • THONE STADIUM West Alabama Arkansas Tech

3 10

7 6

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

14 7

0 3 UWA 17 36-112 201 27-18-0 63-313 1-0 0-0 6-182 0-0 5-30.6 2-2 10-111 31:29 7 of 16 0 of 1 3-3 2-7

24 26 ATU 21 39-127 246 31-23-0 70-373 1-5 2-24 4-142 0-0 3-43.0 3-3 8-84 28:31 6 of 12 1 of 1 5-8 3-20

SCORING SUMMARY: 1st 11:12 ATU C. Barthel 2 yd run (T. Cockerham kick) 1 play - 2 yards, 0:04, UWA 0 - ATU 7 8:19 ATU T. Cockerham 32 yd field goal 8 plays - 39 yards, 2:33, UWA 0 - ATU 10 1:48 UWA M. Warfield 20 yd field goal 14 plays - 78 yards, 6:20, UWA 3 - ATU 10 2nd 7:43 ATU C. Barthel 1 yd run (T. Cockerham kick blockd) 5 plays - 26 yards, 1:41, UWA 3 - ATU 16 4:24 UWA G. Worsham 7 yd pass from D. Williams (M. Warfield kick) 6 plays - 24 yards, 3:06, UWA 10 - ATU 16 3rd 13:25 UWA T. Levy 19 yd pass from D. Williams (M. Warfield kick) 4 plays - 58 yards, 1:29, UWA 17 - ATU 16 4:25 ATU J. Ray 8 yd pass from C. Barthel (T. Cockerham kick) 5 plays - 46 yards, 1:57, UWA 17 - ATU 23 3:26 UWA T. Allen 66 yd pass from D. Williams (M. Warfield kick) 2 plays - 73 yards, 0:52, UWA 24 - ATU 23 4th 0:30 ATU M. Podobnik 25 yd field goal 13 plays - 65 yards, 4:17, UWA 24 - ATU 26

17

LIVINGSTON, ALABAMA • TIGER STADIUM Southern Arkansas West Alabama

14 0

0 0

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

0 7

0 7 SAU 14 58-187 40 21-8-1 79-227 1-60 2-4 3-36 3-27 8-36.8 7-2 11-108 34:03 2 of 18 2 of 5 1-3 0-0

(0) (3)

14 17

UWA 13 31-37 107 36-15-3 67-144 0-0 2-34 3-42 1-4 8-39.5 3-2 7-61 25:57 4 of 16 2 of 3 3-3 2-9

SCORING SUMMARY: 1st 6:36 SAU R. Tyson 1 yd run (Noe’ Cuevas kick) 13-53 6:44, SAU 7 - UWA 0 3:04 SAU R. Terry 60 yd fumble recovery (Noe’ Cuevas kick) SAU 14 - UWA 0 3rd 7:55 UWA T. Levy 12 yd pass from D. Thomas (M. Warfield kick) 15-69 6:58, SAU 14 - UWA 7 4th 8:35 UWA C. Mason 4 yd pass from D. Thomas (M. Warfield kick) 1-4 0:05, SAU 14 - UWA 14 OT 15:00 UWA M. Warfield 33 yd field goal 4-9 0:00, SAU 14 - UWA 17 INDIVIDUAL RUSHING: SAU-Quintin Porter 28-89; Jayvian Johnson 9-42; Chris Metcalf 3-33; Raphyael Tyson 5-15; Ryan McCombie 6-15; I. Roseborough 4-3; Mark Mitchell 1-0; Travrus Brown 1-minus 3; Daren Lewis 1-minus 7. West AlabamaDameon Baylor 20-67; Terry Allen 2-1; Cole Mason 1-minus 3; Derek Thomas 6-minus 7; Gerald Worsham 2-minus 21. PASSING: SAU-Ryan McCombie 5-13-0-18; Quintin Porter 3-8-1-22. West Alabama-Derek Thomas 15-36-3-107.

INDIVIDUAL RUSHING: West Alabama-Deon Williams 16-50; Cole Mason 9-33; Dameon Baylor 9-23; Terry Allen 2-6. Arkansas Tech-Joby Hills 12-52; Shawn O’Connor 5-34; Tim Childress 14-25; Cole Barthel 6-12; Justin Ray 1-4; Tracey Stiger 1-0.

RECEIVING: SAU-Raphyael Tyson 4-33; Jayvian Johnson 3-0; Chris Metcalf 1-7. West Alabama-Jason Hawkins 4-40; Terry Levy 3-23; Gerald Worsham 3-21; Terry Allen 2-9; Evan Shipp 1-10; Cole Mason 1-4; Dameon Baylor 1-0.

PASSING: West Alabama-Deon Williams 18-23-0-201; Derek Thomas 0-4-0-0. Arkansas Tech-Cole Barthel 23-31-0-246. RECEIVING: West Alabama-Gerald Worsham 5-33; Terry Allen 4-105; Terry Levy 4-39; Jason Hawkins 2-1; Michael Townsen 1-14; Cole Mason 1-6; Dameon Baylor 1-3. Arkansas Tech-Tracey Stiger 9-69; Justin Ray 6-89; Landon Turner 4-62; Shawn O’Connor 1-11; Frantz Simeon 1-8; Daryl Adams 1-7; Tim Childress 1-0.

TIGER FOOTBALL

37


GAME 6 • OCT. 4, 2008

GAME 5 • SEPT. 27, 2008

VALDOSTA STATE

33

WEST ALABAMA

WEST ALABAMA

14

CONCORDIA

7 0

5 7

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

38

15 0

6 7 VSU 20 22-134 249 47-27-3 69-383 0-0 3-26 3-86 2-36 6-35.3 0-0 10-142 29:25 4 of 12 0 of 0 3-3 1-8

7

SELMA, ALABAMA • MEMORIAL STADIUM

LIVINGSTON, ALABAMA • TIGER STADIUM Valdosta State West Alabama

24

33 14 UWA 14 31-68 163 35-18-2 66-231 0-0 2-0 5-74 3-4 6-43.8 1-0 4-33 30:35 4 of 15 1 of 3 2-2 0-0

West Alabama Concordia

0 0

10 7

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

7 0

7 0 UWA 16 42-80 153 29-13-3 71-233 1-30 2-40 2-29 3-41 6-26.8 1-0 6-54 34:09 5 of 16 1 of 1 2-3 4-32

24 7 CONC 9 25--17 194 34-19-3 59-177 0-0 3-32 4-87 3-12 6-35.0 4-4 6-71 25:51 5 of 14 0 of 2 0-2 4-23

SCORING SUMMARY: 1st 2:27 VSU M. Manson 2 yd run (Z. Williams kick) 11 plays - 65 yards, 6:18, VSU 7 - UWA 0 2nd 14:50 VSU Z. Williams 42 yd field goal 5 plays - 15 yards, 1:35, VSU 10 - UWA 0 11:43 VSU TEAM safety VSU 12 - UWA 0 2:07 UWA J. Hawkins 2 yd pass from C. Mason (M. Warfield kick) 8 plays - 40 yards, 3:25, VSU 12 - UWA 7 3rd 4:12 VSU T.J. Williams 27 yd pass from C. Hart (T. Pruitt rush) 5 plays - 65 yards, 1:44, VSU 20 - UWA 7 2:12 VSU R.J. Bastone 15 yd pass from C. Hart (Z. Williams kick) 2 plays - 18 yards, 0:46, VSU 27 - UWA 7 4th 2:11 UWA T. Levy 10 yd pass from D. Thomas (M. Warfield kick) 10 plays - 80 yards, 4:09, VSU 27 - UWA 14 0:37 VSU R. Callaway 17 yd run (Z. Williams kick blockd) 3 plays - 28 yards, 1:34, VSU 33 - UWA 14

SCORING SUMMARY: 2nd 11:22 UWA M. Warfield 27 yd field goal 12 plays - 45 yards, 5:23, UWA 3 - CONC 0 5:36 UWA D. Thomas 5 yd run (M. Warfield kick) 3 plays - 38 yards, 1:09, UWA 10 - CONC 0 3:56 CC Anthony 22 yd blocked punt return (Lilly kick) UWA 10 - CONC 7 3rd 13:19 UWA G. Pack 30 yd fumble recovery (M. Warfield kick) UWA 17 - CONC 7 4th 02:15 UWA G. Pack 26 yd interception return (M. Warfield kick) UWA 24 - CONC 7

INDIVIDUAL RUSHING: VSU-Chris Hart 9-79; Ronnye Nelson 5-25; Russ Callaway 1-17; Markus Manson 4-11; Michael Brown 3-2. West Alabama-Cole Mason 11-36; Dameon Baylor 13-34; Derek Thomas 4-5; Brock Sharp 1-3; Josh Jones 1-minus 1; Team 1-minus 9.

PASSING: West Alabama-Derek Thomas 12-27-3-149; Brock Sharp 1-1-0-4; Matt Patterson 0-1-0-0. CONC-JOHNSON, K. 14-26-3-108; BROWN, J. 5-80-86.

PASSING: VSU-Chris Hart 24-41-1-225; Tucker Pruitt 3-6-2-24. West Alabama-Derek Thomas 17-34-2-161; Cole Mason 1-1-0-2.

INDIVIDUAL RUSHING: West Alabama-Cole Mason 17-47; Dameon Baylor 10-24; Gerald Worsham 4-20; Terry Allen 3-11; Team 1-minus 1; Derek Thomas 7-minus 21. CONC-WARD, A. 7-9; MANNING 6-3; BROWN, J. 1-minus 1; SURLS 2-minus 1; WARD, D. 2-minus 4; JOHNSON, K. 7-minus 23.

RECEIVING: West Alabama-Terry Levy 4-63; Brandon Walker 2-35; Gerald Worsham 2-23; Terry Allen 2-18; Michael Townsen 1-5; Jason Hawkins 1-5; Octavious Sumbr 1-4. CONC-GRANT 4-55; WILSON, D. 4-31; WARD, A. 4-29; SURLS 4-29; GOODEN 1-33; CORNISH 1-9; HALMAN 1-8.

RECEIVING: VSU-Cedric Jones 7-58; T.J. Williams 5-83; Markus Manson 4-26; Albert Dukes 3-24; Eric Sledge 2-24; R.J. Bastone 1-15; Chris Fultcher 1-11; Jackson Dean 1-7; Ronnye Nelson 1-3; Tripp Mould 1-3; Michael Brown 1-minus 5. West Alabama-Gerald Worsham 7-60; Terry Allen 4-41; Terry Levy 3-58; Jason Hawkins 2-1; Evan Shipp 1-5; Cole Mason 1-minus 2.

TIGER FOOTBALL


GAME 8 • OCT. 18, 2008

GAME 7 • OCT. 11, 2008

WEST ALABAMA

14

WEST ALABAMA

14

DELTA STATE

21

UAM

27

MONTICELLO, ARKANSAS • COTTON BOLL STADIUM

LIVINGSTON, ALABAMA • TIGER STADIUM West Alabama Delta State

0 7

0 14

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

7 0

7 0 UWA 19 24-18 231 52-28-2 76-249 0-0 2-13 4-56 0-0 9-36.0 6-3 9-63 30:32 6 of 17 0 of 1 1-1 3-17

14 21 DSU 15 42-79 164 26-14-0 68-243 1-21 6-72 2-53 2-0 10-39.4 3-3 9-65 29:28 5 of 17 0 of 1 2-2 4-31

SCORING SUMMARY: 1st 2:52 DSU R. Mitchell 22 yd blocked punt return (T. Santos kick) UWA 0 - DSU 7 2nd 2:49 DSU B. Stallings 1 yd run (T. Santos kick) 7 plays - 25 yards, 2:52, UWA 0 - DSU 14 0:35 DSU D. Wilson 19 yd run (T. Santos kick) 5 plays - 73 yards, 0:50, UWA 0 - DSU 21 3rd 9:19 UWA M. Townsend 31 yd pass from D. Thomas (M. Warfield kick) 5 plays - 60 yards, 1:35, UWA 7 - DSU 21 4th 10:44 UWA M. Townsend 19 yd pass from D. Thomas (M. Warfield kick) 9 plays - 77 yards, 3:27, UWA 14 - DSU 21 RUSHING: West Alabama-Brandon Walker 13-31; Cole Mason 3-6; Derek Thomas 8-minus 19. Delta State-Dedrick Wilson 19-51; Trevar Deed 10-33; Ben Stallings 3-7; Garrett DeWitt 2-3; Rob Moore 1-3; Chad Schroeder 3-minus 5; Blake Barnes 4-minus 13. PASSING: West Alabama-Derek Thomas 28-52-2-231. Delta State-Dedrick Wilson 7-12-0-129; Blake Barnes 5-10-0-28; Garrett DeWitt 2-4-0-7. RECEIVING: West Alabama-Michael Townsen 8-111; Terry Levy 6-38; Terry Allen 4-29; Gerald Worsham 3-24; Eric Mcdonald 2-21; Jason Hawkins 2-9; Brandon Walker 2-0; Dameon Baylor 1-minus 1. Delta State-Trevar Deed 5-72; Rob Moore 5-66; Chad Schroeder 2-16; Ben Stallings 1-14; Rafael Mitchell 1-minus 4.

West Alabama 0 Arkansas-Monticello 0

7 14

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

7 0

0 13 UWA 11 24-32 141 31-12-4 55-173 0-0 2-45 5-87 0-0 8-37.8 1-0 10-87 20:53 1 of 13 2 of 2 1-1 3-23

14 27 UAM 24 60-199 222 29-17-0 89-421 0-0 4-38 3-50 4-33 4-43.5 4-2 6-54 37:14 9 of 20 2 of 4 3-6 1-6

SCORING SUMMARY: 2nd 10:33 UAM Q. Lucas 3 yd run (Nick Green kick) 20 plays -89 yards, 9:11, UWA 0 - UAM 7 7:13 UAM C. Denmark 25 yd pass from S. Buisson (N. Green kick) 5 plays - 54 yards, 2:18, UWA 0 - UAM 14 0:56 UWA D. Baylor 3 yd run (M. Warfield kick) 16 plays - 84 yards, 6:10, UWA 7 - UAM 14 3rd 9:55 UWA T. Levy 36 yd pass from D. Thomas (M. Warfield kick) 2 plays - 40 yards, 0:46, UWA 14 - UAM 14 4th 14:10 UAM C. Denmark 15 yd pass from S. Buisson (N. Green kick) 5 plays - 33 yards, 1:43, UWA 14 - UAM 21 2:49 UAM T. Harris 5 yd pass from S. Buisson (N. Green kick blockd) 13 plays - 87 yards, 5:53, UWA 14 - UAM 27 INDIVIDUAL RUSHING: West Alabama-Brandon Walker 9-30; Dameon Baylor 12-22; Matt Patterson 2-minus 1; Team 1-minus 19. Arkansas-Monticello-Quincy Lucas 30-105; Scott Buisson 18-60; Andrel Johnson 9-37; Jywin Ceaser 1-0; Ronnie Haren 1-minus 1; Casey Cathcart 1-minus 2. PASSING: West Alabama-Derek Thomas 8-24-3-107; Matt Patterson 4-7-1-34. Arkansas-Monticello-Scott Buisson 16-27-0-156; Mike Dunn 1-1-0-66; Casey Cathcart 0-1-0-0. RECEIVING: West Alabama-Terry Levy 6-70; Michael Townsen 2-22; Gerald Worsham 2-17; Jason Hawkins 1-20; Terry Allen 1-12. Arkansas-Monticello-C. Denmark 5-79; Quincy Lucas 5-38; Jywin Ceaser 2-17; Tim Harris 2-12; Jaleel Harris 1-66; Charles Spann 1-7; Ronnie Haren 1-3.

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GAME 10 • NOV. 1, 2008

GAME 9 • OCT. 25, 2008

WEST GEORGIA

10

WEST ALABAMA

43

WEST ALABAMA

48

OUACHITA BAPTIST

45

ARKADELPHIA, ARKANSAS • A. U. WILLIAMS FIELD

LIVINGSTON, ALABAMA • TIGER STADIUM West Georgia West Alabama

0 14

7 7

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

40

0 14

3 13 UWG 16 31-72 132 33-15-3 64-204 0-0 1-23 8-147 1-0 6-42.2 1-1 9-98 29:23 4 of 12 1 of 2 2-2 0-0

10 48 UWA 27 60-467 61 15-8-1 75-528 0-0 5-55 2-25 3-58 2-42.0 2-1 9-102 30:37 7 of 12 2 of 2 4-5 1-7

SCORING SUMMARY: 1st 9:49 UWA T. Allen 6 yd run (M. Warfield kick) 10 plays - 71 yards, 5:11, UWG 0 - UWA 7 4:48 UWA G. Worsham 18 yd pass from T. Allen (M. Warfield kick) 8 plays - 73 yards, 2:46, UWG 0 - UWA 14 2nd 11:26 UWG S. Billue 5 yd pass from S. Gray (J. Guberman kick) 12 plays - 57 yards, 5:02, UWG 7 - UWA 14 7:11 UWA T. Allen 34 yd run (M. Warfield kick) 10 plays - 80 yards, 4:15, UWG 7 - UWA 21 3rd 11:25 UWA D. Baylor 5 yd run (M. Warfield kick) 6 plays - 36 yards, 2:16, UWG 7 - UWA 28 9:51 UWA D. Baylor 43 yd run (M. Warfield kick) 2 plays - 43 yards, 0:11, UWG 7 - UWA 35 4th 7:05 UWA T. Levy 18 yd pass from T. Allen (M. Warfield kick) 11 plays - 59 yards, 4:40, UWG 7 - UWA 42 4:19 UWG J. Guberman 22 yd field goal 8 plays - 58 yards, 2:40, UWG 10 - UWA 42 3:09 UWA C. Mason 63 yd run (M. Warfield kick failed) 3 plays - 75 yards, 1:09, UWG 10 - UWA 48 INDIVIDUAL RUSHING: West Georgia-Dustin Lindsey 14-35; G. Summerset 8-18; Sean Gray 3-17; Quentin Roman 5-15; Calvin Dennis 1-minus 13. West Alabama-Terry Allen 22-176; Dameon Baylor 19-146; Cole Mason 11-97; Gerald Worsham 3-35; Josh Jones 3-13; Kurt Kennedy 1-3; Team 1-minus 3. PASSING: West Georgia-Sean Gray 15-33-3-132. West Alabama-Terry Allen 7-13-1-60; Matt Patterson 1-2-0-1. RECEIVING: West Georgia-Ron Dickson 5-56; Steven Billue 3-15; Dustin Lindsey 2-9; Grant Jones 1-18; Randy Sides 1-12; Calvin Dennis 1-9; G. Summerset 1-8; James Bull 1-5. West Alabama-Gerald Worsham 5-22; Terry Levy 2-38; Michael Townsen 1-1.

West Alabama Ouachita Baptist

7 3

0 7

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

14 14

9 6 UWA 18 60-361 54 10-5-1 70-415 0-0 0-0 7-149 1-10 4-40.0 2-1 12-98 25:13 6 of 14 1 of 3 5-6 2-14

(13) (15)

43 45

OBU 28 55-194 348 40-27-1 95-542 0-0 2-17 5-84 1-10 2-32.0 1-0 9-97 49:47 10 of 21 1 of 1 7-9 2-15

SCORING SUMMARY: 1st 10:16 OBU Z. Wright 45 yd field goal 10 plays - 38 yards, 4:44, UWA 0 - OBU 3 1:31 UWA D. Baylor 16 yd run (M. Warfield kick) 11 plays - 80 yards, 4:34, UWA 7 - OBU 3 2nd 13:15 OBU J. Johnson 2 yd run (Z. Wright kick) 7 plays - 72 yards, 3:11, UWA 7 - OBU 10 3rd 11:00 OBU J. Johnson 1 yd run (Z. Wright kick) 7 plays - 36 yards, 2:47, UWA 7 - OBU 17 6:57 UWA D. Baylor 1 yd run (M. Warfield kick) 9 plays - 53 yards, 3:52, UWA 14 - OBU 17 4:20 OBU L. Parker 15 yd run (Z. Wright kick) 6 plays - 66 yards, 2:33, UWA 14 - OBU 24 2:45 UWA D. Baylor 1 yd run (M. Warfield kick) 4 plays - 65 yards, 1:27, UWA 21 - OBU 24 4th 11:59 OBU Z. Wright 25 yd field goal 12 plays - 66 yards, 5:38, UWA 21 - OBU 27 11:38 UWA T. Allen 85 yd run (M. Warfield kick) 1 play - 85 yards, 0:14, UWA 28 - OBU 27 8:17 OBU Z. Wright 20 yd field goal 8 plays - 77 yards, 3:16, UWA 28 - OBU 30 3:59 UWA J. May safety UWA 30 - OBU 30 OT 15:00 OBU J. Johnson 1 yd run (Z. Wright kick) 12 plays - 25 yards, 0:00, UWA 30 - OBU 37 15:00 UWA C. Mason 2 yd run (M. Warfield kick) 5 plays - 25 yards, 0:00, UWA 37 - OBU 37 15:00 UWA D. Baylor 2 yd run (T. Allen pass failed) 5 plays - 25 yards, 0:00, UWA 43 - OBU 37 15:00 OBU J. Pruitt 13 yd pass from L. Parker (J. Young pass from L. Parker) 4 plays - 25 yards, 15:00, UWA 43 - OBU 45 INDIVIDUAL RUSHING: West Alabama-Terry Allen 13-164; Dameon Baylor 29-160; Josh Jones 6-21; Cole Mason 5-13; Gerald Worsham 3-6; Matt Patterson 2-0; Team 2-minus 3. Ouachita Baptist-KJ Johnson 31-149; John Johnson 16-32; Lance Parker 8-13. PASSING: West Alabama-Terry Allen 4-8-1-37; Matt Patterson 1-2-0-17. Ouachita Baptist-Lance Parker 27-40-1-348. RECEIVING: West Alabama-Jason Hawkins 2-25; Gerald Worsham 2-12; Terry Levy 1-17. Ouachita Baptist-Julius Pruitt 10-180; Jerrad Nutt 5-75; KJ Johnson 5-26; Jeremy Young 2-23; Travis Anderson 2-18; Nico Hobbs 1-12; John Johnson 1-7; Bob Ruffing 1-4; David Hollis 0-3.

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2008 POSTSEASON HONORS

GAME 11 • NOV. 8, 2008

NORTH ALABAMA

41

WEST ALABAMA

9

LIVINGSTON, ALABAMA • TIGER STADIUM North Alabama West Alabama

7 0

17 3

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

10 6

7 0

41 9

UNA 18 36-208 195 19-13-0 55-403 0-0 7-169 3-84 1-34 4-50.8 1-1 8-109 22:35 2 of 8 0 of 0 2-2 3-25

UWA 13 58-239 0 6-0-1 64-239 0-0 0-0 5-105 0-0 8-40.0 2-0 7-71 35:36 4 of 16 2 of 3 1-2 2-20

SCORING SUMMARY: 1st 9:02 UNA M. McLendon 69 yd run (T. Schneider kick) 3 plays - 98 yards, 1:12, UNA 7 - UWA 0 2nd 13:42 UNA M. McLendon 1 yd run (T. Schneider kick) 7 plays - 83 yards, 3:00, UNA 14 - UWA 0 10:23 UNA D. McCants 21 yd run (T. Schneider kick) 5 plays - 47 yards, 1:31, UNA 21 - UWA 0 3:21 UWA M. Warfield 26 yd field goal 9 plays - 48 yards, 4:22, UNA 21 - UWA 3 0:16 UNA T. Schneider 21 yd field goal 6 plays - 14 yards, 0:58, UNA 24 - UWA 3 3rd 11:19 UNA C. McClain 74 yd punt return (T. Schneider kick) UNA 31 - UWA 3 2:56 UNA T. Schneider 42 yd field goal 10 plays - 48 yards, 4:26, UNA 34 - UWA 3 1:46 UWA T. Allen 70 yd run (M. Warfield kick failed) 4 plays - 80 yards, 1:10, UNA 34 - UWA 9 4th 7:00 UNA A. Gray 47 yd pass from G. McNealy (T. Schneider kick) 5 plays - 62 yards, 2:39, UNA 41 - UWA 9 INDIVIDUAL RUSHING: North Alabama-Mike McLendon 12-126; David McCants 8-77; Branden Pickett 5-23; E.J. Riggins 2-11; A.J. Milwee 7-minus 5; TEAM 2-minus 24. West Alabama-Terry Allen 23-94; Cole Mason 14-72; Dameon Baylor 16-45; Kurt Kennedy 2-14; Brock Sharp 1-14; Josh Jones 1-1; Team 1-minus 1. PASSING: North Alabama-A.J. Milwee 11-17-0-142; Genario McNealy 2-2-053. West Alabama-Matt Patterson 0-3-0-0; Terry Allen 0-2-0-0; Kurt Kennedy 0-1-1-0. RECEIVING: North Alabama-Antyon Gray 2-53; David McCants 2-18; Bobby Williams 2-11; Charles McClain 2-8; Rocky Coleman 2-5; Ed Gant 1-61; Jusmon Rivers 1-20; Joemal Campbell 1-19. West Alabama-.

Two University of West Alabama football players concluded the 2008 receiving accolades for their on-field production. Garry Pack and Jon Weinreich collected multiple postseason honors. Pack, a Hattiesburg, Miss.-native, was named the 2008 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II statistical champion for solo tackles, as announced by the NCAA. Pack recorded 77 solo stops in 11 games this season for an average of seven per game. Nathan Yelk of Northern Michigan finished second with 61 tackles, an average of 6.78 per game. Pack led the GSC in total tackles with 114, which ranks 16th in the nation and finished in the top five in six defensive categories for UWA this season.

Garry Pack

Pack also garnered Daktronics Second Team All-American, Football Gazette All-American Honorable Mention, D2Football.Com All-American Honorable Mention, 2008 Daktronics All Super-Region 2 First Team, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette NCAA Division II All-Super Region 2 Teams, All-Gulf South Conference First Team, Finalists for the Harlon Hill Trophy. Weinreich, a Pismo Beach, Calif.product, was named to the publication’s third team. The junior played in 10 games in his first season with the Tigers, receiving an overall grade of 89-percent, while helping UWA rush for 1,780 yards on the year. Weinreich, who split time at guard and tackle this season, allowed one sack this year and was named All-GSC First Team. 11 members of the UWA football team, headlined by Mitch Warfield being named to the Gulf South Conference Fall All-Academic Team, were honored for their work in the classroom.

41 Jon Weinreich

With his 2008 selection to the academic squad, the Bay Minette, Ala.-product is a three-time member of the team. Warfield exits the Tiger football program as the all-time leading scorer with 180 points. He connected on 4-of-9 field goals, including the game-wining field goal in UWA’s overtime win against Southern Arkansas. Warfield tallied 2,785 yards on 49 kick offs during the 2008 season. As a sophomore, Warfield was named AFCA First Team All-American along with First Team GSC honors. In the classroom, Warfield sports a 3.57 grade point average in biology. Joining Warfield on the 2008 GSC Fall Honor Roll were Chase Bitowf (3.06-Sports Management), Jacob Burks (3.63-Pre-Engineering), Matt Patterson (3.01-Biology), Wes Pinto (3.05-BioloMitch Warfield gy), Lavanda Powe (3.50-Business Management), Brock Sharp (3.37-Business Management), Daniel Smith (3.24-Physical Education), Greg Smith (3.00-Physical Education), Derek Thomas (3.40-Exercise Science) and Wil Vickery (3.21-Biology). Academic All-GSC Teams are selected by the GSC Sports Information Directors and Faculty Athletic Representatives in a joint vote. Nominees must have an overall grade point average (G.P.A.) of 3.20 or better on a 4.00 scale for their entire academic career and may not be freshmen or first-semester or quarter transfers. The student-athlete must be a significant contributor to the squad. Other factors include leadership, community service and extra-curricular activities.

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2008 Gulf South Conference Statistics Standings Team Delta State North Alabama Valdosta State Ouachita Baptist Arkansas-Monticello Henderson State Arkansas Tech West Alabama Southern Arkansas Harding West Georgia

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Conference W L T 8 0 0 7 1 0 6 2 0 5 3 0 5 3 0 4 4 0 4 4 0 2 6 0 2 6 0 1 7 0 0 8 0

Points For Opp 310 159 350 124 236 154 236 245 283 252 280 246 270 284 183 217 165 245 237 327 102 399

Overall W L 10 2 12 2 9 3 7 3 7 4 5 5 5 5 4 7 2 8 2 9 0 10

Pct 1.000 .875 .750 .625 .625 .500 .500 .250 .250 .125 .000

SCORING OFFENSE 1. North Alabama 2. Delta State 3. Arkansas-Monticello 4. Ouachita Baptist 5. Henderson State 6. Harding 7. Arkansas Tech 8. Valdosta State 9. West Alabama 10.Southern Arkansas 11.West Georgia

G 14 12 11 10 10 11 10 12 11 10 10

TD XP-2XP DXP FG 74 73-0 0 19 61 54-0 0 5 50 43-2 0 10 42 37-1 0 16 45 39-1 0 5 40 36-2 0 18 42 35-2 0 4 46 36-3 0 6 39 35-0 0 4 27 20-2 0 4 14 13-0 0 9

Saf 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 0

Pts 578 435 377 341 328 336 305 340 283 200 124

Avg 41.3 36.2 34.3 34.1 32.8 30.5 30.5 28.3 25.7 20.0 12.4

SCORING DEFENSE 1. North Alabama 2. Valdosta State 3. West Alabama 4. Delta State 5. Henderson State 6. Arkansas-Monticello 7. Ouachita Baptist 8. Arkansas Tech Southern Arkansas 10.Harding 11.West Georgia

G 14 12 11 12 10 11 10 10 10 11 10

TD XP-2XP DXP FG 32 27-0 0 8 27 24-0 0 11 35 27-2 0 10 42 38-1 0 8 37 33-1 0 9 43 36-3 0 6 40 34-1 0 5 45 40-1 0 8 43 38-1 0 12 60 52-2 0 8 62 56-0 0 6

Saf 0 2 1 0 0 1 3 0 1 1 1

Pts 243 223 273 316 284 320 297 336 336 442 448

Avg 17.4 18.6 24.8 26.3 28.4 29.1 29.7 33.6 33.6 40.2 44.8

PASS OFFENSE 1. Harding 2. Henderson State 3. Delta State 4. North Alabama 5. Arkansas Tech 6. Ouachita Baptist 7. Arkansas-Monticello 8. Valdosta State 9. West Georgia 10.West Alabama 11.Southern Arkansas

G 11 10 12 14 10 10 11 12 10 11 10

Att-Cmp-Int 629-363-17 430-258-19 548-333-19 428-278-5 376-224-10 350-218-9 371-217-11 427-256-11 359-179-14 301-151-20 302-128-16

Pct. 57.7 60.0 60.8 65.0 59.6 62.3 58.5 60.0 49.9 50.2 42.4

Yds 4187 3301 3940 3770 2672 2615 2807 2950 2012 1778 1482

Avg 6.7 7.7 7.2 8.8 7.1 7.5 7.6 6.9 5.6 5.9 4.9

TD 27 26 32 32 17 20 26 28 13 19 4

Yds/G 380.6 330.1 328.3 269.3 267.2 261.5 255.2 245.8 201.2 161.6 148.2

PASS DEFENSE 1. North Alabama 2. Valdosta State 3. West Alabama 4. West Georgia 5. Delta State 6. Arkansas Tech 7. Southern Arkansas 8. Henderson State 9. Arkansas-Monticello 10.Ouachita Baptist 11.Harding

G 14 12 11 10 12 10 10 10 11 10 11

Att-Cmp-Int 514-268-32 454-259-10 372-222-14 278-182-3 473-247-12 326-214-13 360-194-7 410-239-10 422-220-23 408-247-13 421-250-13

Pct. 52.1 57.0 59.7 65.5 52.2 65.6 53.9 58.3 52.1 60.5 59.4

Yds 2685 2356 2296 2349 2822 2411 2623 2853 3208 2988 3625

Avg 5.2 5.2 6.2 8.4 6.0 7.4 7.3 7.0 7.6 7.3 8.6

TD 16 12 12 24 27 21 26 25 27 18 24

Yds/G 191.8 196.3 208.7 234.9 235.2 241.1 262.3 285.3 291.6 298.8 329.5

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Points For Opp 435 316 578 243 340 223 341 297 377 320 328 284 305 336 283 273 200 336 336 442 124 448

Pct .833 .857 .750 .700 .636 .500 .500 .364 .200 .182 .000

Home 6-1-0 6-0-0 5-1-0 4-1-0 3-2-0 2-3-0 3-2-0 3-2-0 1-3-0 2-3-0 0-5-0

Att 525 459 375 399 448 500 426 377 300 295 261

Away 4-1-0 6-2-0 4-2-0 3-2-0 4-2-0 3-2-0 2-3-0 1-5-0 1-4-0 0-6-0 0-5-0

Yds 2685 1879 1783 1698 1783 2140 1713 1619 1180 864 706

Neut 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

RUSHING OFFENSE 1. Arkansas-Monticello 2. Southern Arkansas 3. Arkansas Tech 4. Ouachita Baptist 5. West Alabama 6. North Alabama 7. Delta State 8. Valdosta State 9. Henderson State 10.Harding 11.West Georgia

G 11 10 10 10 11 14 12 12 10 11 10

Avg 5.1 4.1 4.8 4.3 4.0 4.3 4.0 4.3 3.9 2.9 2.7

RUSHING DEFENSE 1. Delta State 2. Southern Arkansas 3. Arkansas-Monticello 4. Valdosta State 5. West Alabama 6. North Alabama 7. Ouachita Baptist 8. Henderson State 9. Harding 10.Arkansas Tech 11.West Georgia

G Rushes Yards 12 362 998 10 316 968 11 328 1119 12 424 1299 11 430 1371 14 491 1867 10 337 1479 10 390 1487 11 472 2266 10 409 2200 10 474 3069

Avg. 2.8 3.1 3.4 3.1 3.2 3.8 4.4 3.8 4.8 5.4 6.5

Streak Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Won 5 Lost 2 Lost 1 Won 1 Lost 2 Won 1 Lost 5 Lost 10

TD 23 22 24 20 18 33 26 13 14 10 0 TD 7 11 15 12 18 14 21 11 35 23 36

Yds/G 244.1 187.9 178.3 169.8 162.1 152.9 142.8 134.9 118.0 78.5 70.6 Yds/G 83.2 96.8 101.7 108.2 124.6 133.4 147.9 148.7 206.0 220.0 306.9

TOTAL OFFENSE 1. Arkansas-Monticello 2. Delta State 3. Harding 4. Henderson State 5. Arkansas Tech 6. Ouachita Baptist 7. North Alabama 8. Valdosta State 9. Southern Arkansas 10.West Alabama 11.West Georgia

G 11 12 11 10 10 10 14 12 10 11 10

Rush-Pass 2685-2807 1713-3940 864-4187 1180-3301 1783-2672 1698-2615 2140-3770 1619-2950 1879-1482 1783-1778 706-2012

Plys-Yds 896-5492 974-5653 924-5051 730-4481 751-4455 749-4313 928-5910 804-4569 761-3361 749-3561 620-2718

Avg/P 6.1 5.8 5.5 6.1 5.9 5.8 6.4 5.7 4.4 4.8 4.4

TD 49 58 37 40 41 40 65 41 26 37 13

Yds/G 499.3 471.1 459.2 448.1 445.5 431.3 422.1 380.8 336.1 323.7 271.8

TOTAL DEFENSE 1. Valdosta State 2. Delta State 3. North Alabama 4. West Alabama 5. Southern Arkansas 6. Arkansas-Monticello 7. Henderson State 8. Ouachita Baptist 9. Arkansas Tech 10.Harding 11.West Georgia

G 12 12 14 11 10 11 10 10 10 11 10

Rush-Pass 1299-2356 998-2822 1867-2685 1371-2296 968-2623 1119-3208 1487-2853 1479-2988 2200-2411 2266-3625 3069-2349

Plys-Yds 878-3655 835-3820 1005-4552 802-3667 676-3591 750-4327 800-4340 745-4467 735-4611 893-5891 752-5418

Avg 4.2 4.6 4.5 4.6 5.3 5.8 5.4 6.0 6.3 6.6 7.2

TD 24 34 30 30 37 42 36 39 44 59 60

Yds/G 304.6 318.3 325.1 333.4 359.1 393.4 434.0 446.7 461.1 535.5 541.8

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The Gulf South Conference Academic excellence, 43 National Championships and a leadership role in the NCAA’s Division II make the Gulf South Conference (GSC) something special. As a charter member of D-II, the league’s 14 universities in six southeastern states enters its 40th year of setting the standards nationally, always breaking new ground. In the summer of 1970, six college presidents met to talk about athletics; when the meeting ended, a new league emerged-the Mid-South Conference-started by, and to this day run by, the CEOs, the first in NCAA history. It is that CEO-control and involvement that makes the league work and its 14 championships (football; men’s & women’s cross country, men’s & women’s soccer; volleyball, men’s & women’s basketball, men’s & women’s tennis, men’s & women’s golf; softball and baseball) so bitterly contested in a collegial manner. From that point forward, the GSC has been giant steps ahead of the D-II pack. Dating back to 1997, the league has found neutral sites paying sizeable guarantees for most of its team championships. NCAA Conventions regularly feature GSC-proposed or inspired legislation. No one wins more regionals or earns more NCAA post-season bids. In 2004, the league purchased its own new construction office space. The crowning moment came in 2005-06 when the GSC debuted its highly successful “GSC-TV Live” package which included nine football games (now 10) and its men’s & women’s basketball tournament finals. Add to that its web-TV show, “GSC Sports Weekly,” and its broadbanding of its Volleyball, Basketball, Softball and Baseball championships, and you can see why the GSC is a Conference paving the way into the 21st century. We take pride in our 43 National Team Championships in 12 sports and more than 100 regional titles, especially because there is no sacrifice on the academic side, where GSC student-athletes regularly earn Academic All-America. The Conference collected its most recent Titles in 2007-08 with Valdosta State’s Football crown and West Florida’s Men’s Golf Title. Delta State, Florence State (now North Alabama), Jacksonville State, Livingston (now West Alabama), Tennessee-Martin and Troy State were the charter members. Scheduling problems for the 1970-71 academic year limited the GSC to football, won by Jacksonville State. In 1971, the addition of Southeast Louisiana (SELA) and Nichols State increased the membership to eight. The league opened an office in Hammond, LA, changed its name to the Gulf South Conference and began championships in nine men’s sports. Mississippi College and Northwestern Louisiana (NWLA, now Northwestern State) joined in 1972 and two years later, NELA left for Division I with SELA and Nicholls State following in 1979. The conference continued with seven teams until 1981, when the CEOs admitted Valdosta State, followed by West Georgia (1983). In 1991, Tennessee-Martin and Troy State went Division I, briefly dropping the GSC back to seven members. An aggressive expansion under the guidance of new Commissioner Nate Salant resulted in 10 new members: Lincoln Memorial (1992-93); Alabama-Huntsville, Henderson State, Central Arkansas and Mississippi University for Women

(1993-94); West Florida (1994-95); and Arkansas-Monticello, Arkansas Tech, Montevallo and Southern Arkansas (1995-96). Jacksonville State went Division I at the end of 1992-93. Mississippi College dropped to Division III at the end of 1995-96, and was replaced by Christian Brothers to keep the Conference at 16 schools. In July 2000, the GSC welcomed Harding University and Ouachita Baptist University, making it the largest NCAA conference at any level with 18 schools. MUW dropped its athletics program at the end of the 2002-03 season, decreasing the membership to 17. The Conference decreased to 15 teams in 2006-07 when Central Arkansas moved to Division I and Lincoln Memorial moved to the South Nathan N. Salant Atlantic Conference. The GSC moved to its Commissioner current 14-team membership in 2009-10 when Montevallo joined the Peach Belt Conference. Former Commissioner Jim McCullough brought the GSC office to Birmingham. Current Commissioner, Nate Salant began his tenure in October, 1992. He is assisted by Assistant Commissioner for Media and Public Affairs Michael Anderson, Assistant Sports Information Directors Michael Banks and Eric SanInocencio and Senior Woman Administrator Andrea Anderson. The Chairman of the GSC Board of Directors is Dr. David Rankin (Southern Arkansas). Joining him on the executive committee are Vice Chair Dr. Beheruz Sethna (West Georgia) and pastMike Anderson Chair Dr. Robert Brown (Arkansas Tech). The FB Media Relations Supervisors of Officials are Bill Johnson (Football), John Caldwell (Basketball-West Division) and Mike Murphy (Basketball-East Division).

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Dameon Baylor led the Tigers in rushing in his first season with the squad.

RUSHING Year Player Yards 1968 Richard Abston 660 1969 Robbie James 441 1970 Geary Edwards 638 1971 Larry Lightfoot 458 1972 Ronnie Massey 516 1973 Ricky Austin 687 1974 Ricky Austin 842 1975 Willie Slater 648 1976 Willie Slater 222 1977 Willie Slater 368 1978 Frank Lindsey 496 1979 Cedric Stevens 515 1980 Cedric Stevens 643 1981 Johnny Shepherd 955 1982 Johnny Shepherd 949 1983 Doug Kellom 596 1984 Tony Truelove 752 1985 Tony Truelove 461 1986 Lorenzo Graham 595 1987 Shay Oliver 527 1988 Shay Oliver 362 1989 Alfred Banks 523 1990 Alfred Banks 475 1991 Sammie Holifield 548 1992 Al Jackson 240 1993 Orlando Chappell 466 1994 Enoch Mallory 284 1995 Orlando Chappell 506 1996 Jermaine Green 396 1997 Ronnie Jackson 750 1998 Carey Phillips 528 1999 Phillip Keef 606 2000 Michael Allen 492 2001 Presley Gilmore 326 2002 Derick Spellers 273 2003 Derick Spellers 563 2004 Marcus Ross 1,325 2005 Jerin Wright 671 2006 Jerin Wright 782 2007 Cole Mason 858 2008 Dameon Baylor 730

RECEIVING Year Player Rec. Yards 1968 Waldon Tucker 42-735 1969 Waldon Tucker 36-835 1970 Jerry Hogan 20-370 1971 Tommy Cartwright 30-374 1972 Tommy Cartwright 29-433 1973 Tommy Winfield 20-209 1974 Jackie O’Neal 8-265 1975 Harold Wells 13-381 1976 Mike Wimberly 20-604 1977 Jimmy Black 23-502 1978 Jimmy Black 22-376 1979 Cedric Stevens 15-116 1980 Cedric Stevens 15-180 1981 Johnny Shepherd 26-319 1982 Johnny Shepherd 11-132 1983 Andrew Fields 44-715 1984 Andrew Fields 55-856 1985 Lorenzo Graham 32-229 1986 Bobby Williams 41-544 1987 Lorenzo Graham 56-784 1988 Brad Shaw 36-223 1989 Willie Ivy 30-354 1990 Alfred Banks 28-320 1991 Melvin Taylor 21-431 1992 Matt Carman 66-759 1993 Matt Carman 88-1,085 1994 Marty Hammond 28-339 1995 J.J. Jackson 47-650 1996 Terry Guidry 40-597 1997 Josh Turrentine 32-495 1998 Michael James 19-513 1999 Kevin Williams 15-188 2000 Michael Allen 15-515 2001 Gerald Gales 43-510 2002 Gerald Gales 96-994 2003 Will Harter 48-687 2004 Andre Epps 19-201 2005 Chris Coach 30-807 2006 Chris Coach 49-907 2007 Terry Allen 16-151 2008 Gerald Worsham 37-329

Deon Williams paced the UWA offense, keading in passing and total offense.

PASSING Year Player Yards 1968 Don Page 1,060 1969 Don Page 1,686 1970 Leo Garza 1,240 1971 Clemit Spruiell 1,281 1972 Ronnie Massey 1,052 1973 Ronnie Massey 815 1974 Ricky Seale 379 1975 Ricky Seale 556 1976 Ricky Seale 723 1977 Ricky Seale 499 1978 Bobby Moore 505 1979 Jerry Thomas 555 1980 Jerry Thomas 454 1981 Mickey Bentley 797 1982 Mickey Bentley 496 1983 Larry Stephenson 1,663 1984 Larry Stephenson 1,780 1985 Otis Hughley 1,257 1986 Kenneth Jones 982 1987 Kenneth Jones 1,684 1988 Kenneth Jones 1,363 1989 Jon Gant 1,512 1990 Chris McClure 848 1991 Deon Timmons 977 1992 Marty Washington 1,956 1993 Marty Washington 3,062 1994 Bobby Clayton 1,233 1995 Bobby Clayton 1,285 1996 Bobby Clayton 1,532 1997 Darrell Payne 1,615 1998 Josh Turrentine 824 1999 DeMarion McCants 464 2000 Keith Trimew 674 2001 Bakari Bryant 464 2002 Brett Gilliland 3,213 2003 Brett Gilliland 2,928 2004 Josh Crouch 565 2005 James Reiter 1,260 2006 James Reiter 1,674 2007 James Reiter 487 2008 Deon Williams 838

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TOTAL OFFENSE Year Player Yards 1968 Don Page 1,538 1969 Don Page 2,010 1970 Leo Garza 1,307 1971 Clemit Spruiell 1,509 1972 Ronnie Massey 1,568 1973 Ronnie Massey 1,365 1974 Ricky Austin 842 1975 Ricky Seale 1,002 1976 Ricky Seale 824 1977 Ricky Seale 511 1978 Jerry Thomas 562 1979 Jerry Thomas 865 1980 Jerry Thomas 917 1981 Johnny Shepherd 955 1982 Johnny Shepherd 949 1983 Larry Stephenson 1,800 1984 Larry Stephenson 1,484 1985 Otis Hughley 1,129 1986 Kenneth Jones 997 1987 Kenneth Jones 1,788 1988 Kenneth Jones 1,430 1989 Jon Gant 1,574 1990 Chris McClure 848 1991 Deon Timmons 1,090 1992 Marty Washington 2,066 1993 Marty Washington 3,146 1994 Bobby Clayton 1,125 1995 Bobby Clayton 1,285 1996 Bobby Clatyon 1,479 1997 Darrell Payne 1,580 1998 Josh Turrentine 1,059 1999 DeMarion McCants 966 2000 Keith Trimew 1,075 2001 Bakari Bryant 599 2002 Brett Gilliland 3,213 2003 Brett Gilliland 2,959 2004 Marcus Ross 1,325 2005 James Reiter 1,657 2006 James Reiter 2,223 2007 Cole Mason 858 2008 Deon Williams 941

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West Alabam a Te am Re c or ds OFFENSE Pass Attempts Game: ..............84 vs. Jacksonville State, 1992 Season: ............................................. 538, 1993 Pass Completions Game: ..............49 vs. Jacksonville State, 1992 Season: ............................................. 294, 1993 Pass Yards Game: .................. 523 vs. Nicholls State, 1993 Season: .......................................... 3,778, 1993 Pass Touchdowns Game: ........................... 7 vs. Delta State, 1993 Season: ............................................... 32, 1993 Interceptions Game: .................... 7 vs. North Alabama, 1990 Season: ............................................... 27, 1985 Rush Attempts Game: ............80 vs. Northern Michigan, 1975 Season: ............................................. 828, 1975 Rush Yards Game: ................... 467 vs. West Georgia, 2008 Season: .......................................... 3,882, 1975

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Rush Touchdowns Game: ...........6, 3x (at Ouachita Baptist, 2008) Season: ............................................... 36, 1975 Total Plays Game: ..............99 vs. Jacksonville State, 1992 Season: ............................................. 938, 1975 Total Yards Game: ................. 694, vs. Nicholls State, 1993 Season: .......................................... 4,724, 1975 Touchdowns Game: .......................... 12 vs. Centenary, 1968 Season: ............................................... 48, 1968

Field Goals Game: ............................ 4, 3x (vs. Lane, 1996) Season: ............................13, 4x (last in 1997)

First Downs (Pass) Game: ..............21 vs. Jacksonville State, 1992 Season: ............................................. 146, 1993

Extra Points Game: ................... 8, 2x (vs. Concordia, 2006) Season: ............................................... 37, 2006

First Downs (Penalties) Game: ................. 7 vs. Central Arkansas, 1993 Season: ............................................... 31, 1994

Points Game: ........................... 80 vs. Centenary 1968 Season: .......................................... 345 in 1968

First Downs Game: ..............33 vs. Jacksonville State, 1992 Season: .......................................... 228 in 1975

Safeties Game: ........................... 2 vs. Delta State, 1983 Season: ................................................. 4, 1983

Fumbles Game: ..................... 11 vs. West Georgia, 1989 Season: ............................................... 50, 1980

Punt Returns Game: ...................8 vs. Gordon Military, 1968 Season: ............................................... 37, 1988

Fumbles Lost Game: ...........................5, 2x (vs. Miles, 1990) Season: ............................................... 23, 1973

Punt Return Yards Game: ................ 155 vs. North Alabama, 1988 Season: ............................................. 459, 1976

DEFENSE

Kickoff Returns Game: .............11 vs. Southern Arkansas, 1998 Season: ............................................... 67, 1994 Kickoff Return Yards Game: ....................... 259 vs. Delta State, 1989 Season: .......................................... 1,326, 1994 Punts Game: .....13, 2x (last vs. Valdosta State, 1984) Season: ............................................... 96, 1979 Punt Yards Game: ......... 458 vs. Mississippi College, 1976 Season: .......................................... 3,578, 1979 First Downs (Rush) Game: .....................22, 2x (vs. Harding, 2000) Season: ............................................. 185, 1975

Rush Yards Allowed Game: ................................ -32 vs. Miles, 1983 Season: ............................................. 738, 1982 Pass Yards Allowed Game: ................0 vs. Jacksonville State, 1988 Season: ............................................. 811, 1972 Total Offense Yards Allowed Game: ...................... 29 vs. West Liberty, 1971 Season: .......................................... 2,144, 1969 Scoring Allowed (min. 8 games) Season: ............................................... 27, 1940 Interceptions Game: ...........................6, 3x (vs. Miles, 1987) Season: ............................................... 28, 1971 Interception Return Yards Game: ........................ 190 vs. Concordia, 2006 Season: ............................................. 406, 1971 MISCELLANEOUS Consecutive Wins: ........................14, 1971-72 Consecutive Losses: ......................18, 1953-55 Consecutive Home Wins: ..............12, 1970-72 Consecutive Undefeated Games: ..16, 1971-72 Consecutive Games Scoring: ......106, 1967-76 Consecutive Shutouts:...................3, 3x (1982) Consecutive Times Shutout: .........2, 8x (1994) Mot Shutouts in One Year: ................... 5, 1940

The 2008 football team holds the school record for most rushing touchdowns in a single game with six.

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West A labam a Individual Re c or ds Pass Attempts Game: .69-Marty Washington vs. J’ville St., 1992 Season: .................... 451-Brett Gilliland, 2002 Career: ...............980-Brett Gilliland, 2000-03

Touchdown Responsible For Game:. 7-Marty Washington vs. Delta St., 1993 Season: ................29-Marty Washington, 1993 Career: ........... 47-Marty Washington, 1992-93

Punts Returned Game: ...... 7, 3x (Ken Watson vs. UNA, 1988) Season: .................. 36-Ritchie Harbison, 1989 Career: ............101-Ritchie Harbison, 1989-92

Completions Game: .42-Marty Washington vs. J’ville St., 1992 Season: .................... 280-Brett Gilliland, 2002 Career: ................579-Brett Gilliland, 2000-03

Receptions Game: .... 19-Matt Carman vs. J’ville St., 1992 Season: ........................ 96-Gerald Gales, 2002 Career: ..................172-Matt Carman, 1990-93

Punt Return Yards Game: ...155-Ken Watson vs. North Ala., 1988 Season: ....................311-Andrew Fields, 1983 Career: ............749-Ritchie Harbison, 1989-92

Passing Yards Game: 523-Marty Washington vs. Nicholls St., 1993 Season: ................. 3,213-Brett Gilliland, 2002 Career: .............6,689-Brett Gilliland, 2000-03

Receiving Yards Game:. 319-Kyle Henderson vs. Valdosta St., 2002 Season: .............. 1,190-Kyle Henderson, 2002 Career: ...............2,170-Matt Carman, 1990-93

Kickoffs Returned Game: . 10-Nolaski Houston vs. Ark. Tech, 1995 Season: ........................... 44-Terry Allen, 2007 Career: ...................63-Terry Allen, 2007-Pres.

Touchdown Passes Game:7-Marty Washington vs. Delta St., 1993 Season: ................26-Marty Washington, 1993 Career: ........... 40-Marty Washington, 1992-93

Touchdown Receptions Game: ........5-Matt Carman vs. Delta St., 1993 Season: ........... 14, 2x (Kyle Henderson, 2002) Career: ................. 24-Andrew Fields, 1983-85

Kickoff Return Yards Game: ........216-Terry Allen vs. Harding, 2007 Season: ..................... 1,061- Terry Allen, 2007 Career: ..............1,400-Terry Allen, 2007-Pres.

Passing Percentage (Minimums: game-10, season-50, career-150) Game: ..82.7-Brett Gilliland vs. Henderson St., 2002 Season: ................... 62.1-Brett Gilliland, 2002 Career: ...............59.1-Brett Gilliland, 2000-03

Touchdowns Game: ........5-Matt Carman vs. Delta St., 1993 Season: ............. 15, twice (Marcus Ross, 2004 Career: ....................27-Alfred Banks, 1987-90

Interceptions Game:......... 3, 3x (Kelly Harris vs. Delta St., 1987) Season: ........................ 10-Stanley King, 1975 Career: ................... 24-George Miles, 1968-71

Extra Points Game: .. 6, 5x (Ben Thoma vs. Stillman, 2002) Season: ..............34, twice (Ben Thoma, 2002) Career: .......................... 79-Tom Kay, 1980-83

Interceptions Yards Game: ......100-Nels Strickland vs. N. Ala., 1968 Season: ...................... 248-Stanley King, 1975 Career: .................. 323-Stanley King, 1975-77

Field Goals Game: ....... 4, 3x (John Sedely vs. Lane, 1996) Season: ........... 13-John Sedely 1996 and 1997 Career: ......................35-John Sedely, 1994-97

Punts Game:..12, 2x (Leland McCully vs. Valdosta St., 1984) Season: ....................74 by Andy Lomax, 1985 Career: ............ 283 by Chris Hilliker, 1988-91

Scoring (Kicking) Game: ............. 16-John Sedely vs. Lane, 1996 Season: ........................ 67-Andy Lomax, 1984 Career: ............... 180-Mitch Warfield, 2005-08

Punting Yards Game:.......442-Leland McCully vs. Delta St., 1983 Season: .................. 2,932-Chris Hilliker, 1990 Career: ............ 11,123-Chris Hilliker, 1988-91

Points Game: ......30-Matt Carman vs. Delta St., 1992 Season: ................ 90, 2x (Marcus Ross, 2004) Career: ............... 180-Mitch Warfield, 2005-08

Punting Average Game: 51.5-Homer Faulkner vs. N. Ala., 1968 Season: ................. 41.6-Craig Goodson, 1997 Career: .............. 40.5-Ben Thoma, 2000-2002

Interceptions Game: 7-Chris McClure vs. N. Alabama, 1990 Season: ........................ 23-Otis Hughley, 1985 Career: ..................40-Kenneth Jones, 1985-88 Rushing Attempts Game: . 32, 2x (Marcus Ross vs. So. Arkansas, 2004) Season: .......................250-Marcus Ross, 2004 Career: ................. 479-Jerry Thomas, 1978-81 Rushing Yards Game: .. 226-Marcus Ross vs. Ark. Tech, 2004 Season: ....................1,325-Marcus Ross, 2004 Career: ........ 2,057-Johnny Shepherd, 1980-82 Rushing Average (Minimums:game-5, season-50, career-150) Game: .....18.9-Willie Slater vs. Troy St., 1975 Season: ......................... 6.9-Terry Allen, 2008 Career: .......... 5.32-Johnny Shepherd, 1980-82 Touchdowns Rushing Game: .. 4, 2x (Dameon Baylor at OBU, 2008) Season: ........................14-Marcus Ross, 2004 Career: ....................22-Alfred Banks, 1987-90 Total Offensive Plays Game: . 76-Marty Washington vs. J’ville St., 1992 Season: .................... 575-Brett Gilliland, 2002 Career: ............. 1,311-Brett Gilliland, 2000-03 Total Offensive Yards Game: 591-Marty Washington vs. Nicholls St., 1993 Season: ................. 3,213-Brett Gilliland, 2002 Career: .............6,847-Brett Gilliland, 2000-03

Terry Allen holds the school record for kickoff return yards in single game, season and career.

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West A labama Individual Care e r Pe r f or m e r s PASSING PLAYER (YEARS) Brett Gilliland (00-03) Marty Washington (92-93) Bobby Clayton (93-96) Kenneth Jones (85-88) Larry Stephenson (81-84) James Reiter (05-07) Jon Gant (87-90) Don Page (68-69) Darrell Payne (94-97) Ricky Seale (74-77)

COMP-ATT. 579-980 379-690 334-713 372-725 259-533 206-464 262-579 148-295 266-526 113-287

YDS. 6,689 5,018 4,124 4,064 3,569 3,421 3,154 2,740 2,572 2,157

TD 36 40 19 14 32 23 14 31 14 10

PCT. 59.1 54.9 46.8 51.3 48.6 44.3 45.3 50.2 50.5 39.4

INT 35 25 28 40 29 30 32 21 5 22

RUSHING PLAYER (YEARS) 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

PLAYER (YEARS) 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) Ronnie Massey (71-73)

PLAYS 1,311 784 763 857 872 517 722 777 658 672

RUSH 158 194 1,133 213 -237 823 -69 -89 891 1,138

PASS 6,689 5,018 3,421 4,064 4,127 2,740 3,569 3,154 2,157 1,898

YDS. 6,847 5,212 4,554 4,277 3,890 3,563 3,500 3,065 3,048 3,036

REC. 172 158 116 114 93 92 89 89 87 83

YDS. 2,170 1,778 1,837 1,213 1,182 1,310 1,426 963 1,046 1,037

AVG. 12.61 11.25 15.84 10.60 12.71 14.24 16.02 10.82 12.02 12.49

TD 22 7 24 7 8 7 8 3 8 4

RUSH 22 21 0 20

PASS 3 5 24 4

RET 2 0 0 0

TOTAL 27 26 24 24

RECEIVING PLAYER (YEARS) Matt Carman (90-93) 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) Bobby Williams (84-87) TOUCHDOWNS PLAYER (YEARS) Alfred Banks (87-90) Johnny Shepherd (80-82) Andrew Fields (83-85) Tony Truelove (82-85)

0 20 18 15 11 0

22 0 1 3 7 17

0 0 0 0 0 0

22 20 19 18 18 17

SCORING PLAYER (YEARS) 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

TP 180 169 164 163 156 152 148 144 144 138

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TD 44 47 30 16 23 44 33 15 26 22

PLAYER (YEARS) Mitch Warfield (05-08) John Sedely (94-97) James Mullinax (75-78) Andy Lomax (84-86) Ronnie Slovensky (72-74) Tom Kay (80-83) Ben Thoma (00-02) Anthony Armstrong (88-91) Benny Burtram (68-70) Tonya Butler (03-04)

EP-EPA 111-118 64-70 73-76 68-71 64-66 79-88 66-68 41-45 63-80 48-53

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 79 212 193 53 75 58

YDS. 4,938 3,950 2,801 11,213 3,085 8,237 7,372 2,014 2,780 2,147

AVG. 40.48 40.30 39.59 39.30 39.01 38.85 38.20 38.00 37.07 37.01

PUNTING PLAYER (YEARS) Ben Thoma (00-02) Craig Goodson (96-98) Homer Faulkner (68-69) Chris Hilliker (88-91) Robert Peterson (77-80) Jack Hankins (92-95) Leland McCully (81-84) Duane Johnson (68-70) Mickey Bentley (80-83) Randy Stembridge (72-74) PUNT RETURNS PLAYER (YEARS) 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)

RET 101 81 75 52 48 36 36 19

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YDS 749 690 550 510 456 385 291 277

AVG. 7.42 8.52 7.33 9.81 9.50 10.69 8.08 14.58

TD 1 0 0 3 2 1 0 2


We st A labama Ind ivid u al Care e r Pe r f or m e r s and Pe r f or m anc e s Mike Wimberly (73-76) Joe Nettles (68-71)

14 23

240 204

17.14 8.87

1 0

RET 63 61 56 53 43 55 48 39 38 50

YDS 1,400 1,297 1,235 1,148 1,138 1,137 916 894 893 877

AVG. 22.22 21.26 22.05 21.66 26.46 20.67 19.08 22.92 23.50 17.54

TD 2 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0

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

KICKOFF RETURNS PLAYER (YEARS) Terry Allen (07-Pres.) 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 INTERCEPTIONS PLAYER (YEARS) 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)

PASSING YARDS 523................. Marty Washington ......................vs. Nicholls State, 1993 502................. Marty Washington ...........................vs. Delta State, 1993 482................. Marty Washington ............... vs. Jacksonville State, 1992 470................. Brett Gilliland .............................vs. Valdosta State, 2002 423................. Marty Washington ..................vs. Henderson State, 1993 404................. Marty Washington .............vs. Mississippi College, 1993 397................. Brett Gilliland ...................................... vs. Harding, 2003 390................. Marty Washington .............vs. Mississippi College, 1992 375................. Brett Gilliland ..............................vs. West Georgia, 2003 375................. Brett Gilliland ..............................vs. West Georgia, 2002 RUSHING YARDS 226................. Marcus Ross ..............................vs. Arkansas Tech, 2004 189................. Johnny Shepherd ..................vs. Tennessee-Martin, 1982 179................. Marcus Ross ...........................vs. Henderson State, 2004 176................. Terry Allen ...................................vs. West Georgia, 2008 171................. James Reiter ........................................ vs. Harding, 2006 170................. Richard Abston .................... vs. Jacksonville State, 1968 169................. Willie Slater ......................................vs. Troy State, 1975 164................. Frank Lindsey ...................... vs. Tuskegee Institute, 1978 164................. Johnny Shepherd ..................vs. Tennessee-Martin, 1981 164................. Terry Allen ............................... at Ouachita Baptist, 2008 RECEIVING YARDS 319................. Kyle Henderson ..........................vs. Valdosta State, 2002 194................. Matt Carman ........................ vs. Jacksonville State, 1992 185................. Lawrence Samuels ........................vs. Albany State, 1992 182................. Lawrence Samuels ............... vs. Jacksonville State, 1992 178................. Kyle Henderson ...............................vs. Delta State, 2002 177................. Kyle Henderson ...................................vs. Stillman, 2002 173................. Waldon Tucker........................... vs. Florence State, 1969 159................. Will Harter ........................................... vs. Harding, 2003 159................. Waldon Tucker..................................vs. Troy State, 1968 158................. Lorenzo Graham ...............................vs. Troy State, 1987

TOTAL OFFENSE YARDS 591................. Marty Washington ......................vs. Nicholls State, 1993 496................. Marty Washington ...........................vs. Delta State, 1993 486................. Marty Washington ............... vs. Jacksonville State, 1992 435................. Brett Gilliland .............................vs. Valdosta State, 2002 419................. Marty Washington ..................vs. Henderson State, 1993 411 ................. Marty Washington ............... vs. Jacksonville State, 1992 407................. Marty Washington .............vs. Mississippi College, 1992 401................. Marty Washington .............vs. Mississippi College, 1993 397................. Brett Gilliland ...................................... vs. Harding, 2003 390................. Brett Gilliland ..............................vs. West Georgia, 2002 SINGLE GAME ATTENDANCE 8,500.............. vs. Jacksonville State......................1972 8,200.............. vs. Jacksonville State......................1982 7,200.............. vs. Jacksonville State......................1976 7,000.............. vs. Southeastern Louisiana .............1976 ....................... vs. North Alabama ..........................1990 6,815.............. vs. North Alabama ..........................2006 6,800.............. vs. Mississippi College ...................1982 6,752.............. vs. Central Arkansas .......................1994 6,500.............. vs. West Georgia .............................1984 ....................... vs. Troy ...........................................1985 ....................... vs. West Georgia .............................1986 SINGLE SEASON (AVERAGES) Average Total Year Record Coach 6,760.............. 33,800 .............1976..........5-5 ............... Jim King 6,125.............. 24,500 .............1982..........6-4 ............... Frank North 5,783.............. 34,698 .............2006..........6-5 ............... Bobby Wallace 5,462.............. 27,308 .............2008..........4-7 ............... Bobby Wallace 5,325.............. 21,300 .............1981..........6-3 ............... Frank North 5,199.............. 20,796 .............1994..........1-9 ............... Todd Stroud 5,014.............. 25,070 .............2007..........1-9 ............... Bobby Wallace 4,733.............. 23,665 .............1990..........3-8 ............... Sam McCorkle 4,617.............. 27,702 .............1983..........6-4 ............... Frank North 4,550.............. 18,200 .............1987..........5-5-1............ Sam McCorkle 4,400.............. 22,000 .............1979..........3-8 ............... Frank North RUSHING PLAYS 90................... Willie Slater ......................................vs. Troy State, 1975 85................... Terry Allen ............................... at Ouachita Baptist, 2008 84................... Johnny Shepherd ...............vs. Mississippi College, 1981 80................... Larry Lightfoot ................................... vs. Samford, 1973 80................... Norris Langston ...............................vs. Delta State, 1973 79................... Lorenzo Graham ...................vs. Tennessee-Martin, 1986 77................... Carey Phillips ...........................vs. North Alabama, 1998 76................... Johnny Shepherd ................. vs. Jacksonville State, 1981 75................... Tony Rogers ...........................vs. Harding College, 1980 75................... Johnny Shepherd .............................vs. Delta State, 1981 PASS PLAYS 94..............Ricky Seale/Jackie O’Neal ...............vs. SE Louisiana, 1974 93..............Keith Trimew/Michael Allen ....................vs. Stillman, 2000 93..............Kenneth Jones/Lorenzo Graham.....................vs. Troy, 1987 90..............Brad Beard/Michael James ................vs. West Georgia 1997 85..............Leo Garza/Duane Johnson .............. vs. Florence State, 1970 85..............Leo Garza/Jerry Hogan .........................vs. Delta State, 1970 84..............Deon Williams/Terry Allen .........................at Harding, 2008 84..............Matt Patterson/Chris Coach ..... vs. Southern Arkansas, 2005 84 .............. Marty Washington/Lawrence Samuels ...... vs. Albany St., 1992 82..............Marty Washington/Kevin Guy ..............vs. Delta State, 1993

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West A lab ama I ndividual Care e r Pe r f or m anc e s 82............Josh Turrentine/Michael James .. vs. Southern Arkansas, 1998 KICKOFF RETURNS 100.................Larry Lightfoot ................................vs. Delta State, 1973 100.................Terry Allen ........................................... vs. Harding, 2007 96...................David Magouryk ..................... vs. Gordon Military, 1969 95...................Michael Allen..............................vs. Valdosta State, 2000 95...................Alfred Banks ...............................vs. Valdosta State, 1990 94...................Alfred Banks ....................................vs. Delta State, 1989 93...................Larry Lightfoot .......................... vs. Florence State, 1973 91...................Terry Guidry .................................vs. Albany State, 1994 90...................Randall Mallard ................................vs. Troy State, 1978 89...................Mike Wimberly ............................vs. SE Louisiana, 1976 PUNT RETURNS 90...................Vonny Armistad ........................vs. North Alabama, 1999 87...................Mike Wimberly .................... vs. Tuskegee Institute, 1976 85...................Vonny Armistad ...............................vs. Delta State, 1999 74...................Ritchie Harbison ..............................vs. Delta State, 1989 70...................Gerald Gales ....................vs. Arkansas-Monticello, 2001 67...................Ken Watson .......................... vs. Western Kentucky, 1986 66...................Andrew Fields ..................................vs. Delta State, 1983 65...................Randall Mallard ....................vs. Tennessee-Martin, 1982 63...................Gerald Gales ................................vs. West Georgia, 2002 58...................Stanley King .............................................vs. UNA, 1976 .......................Andrew Fields ............................................vs. Troy, 1983

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PUNTS 74...................Ben Thoma ...................................vs. West Georgia, 2001 72...................Bobby Nelson ...................... vs. Jacksonville State, 1975 66...................Ben Thoma .......................................vs. Delta State, 2001 65...................Ben Thoma ..............................vs. Henderson State, 2002 65...................Bob Clark .........................................vs. Delta State, 1971 64...................J.D. Wu .......................................vs. Valdosta State, 2005 64...................Robert Peterson .........................vs. North Alabama, 1980 63...................Jon Gant ............................... vs. Western Kentucky, 1987 62...................Chris Hilliker ............................vs. North Alabama, 1989 61...................James Mullinax ............................vs. SE Louisiana, 1978 60...................Leland McCulley .............................vs. Delta State, 1984 .......................Chris Hilliker .................................... vs. Newberry, 1990 .......................Chris Hilliker .....................vs. Mississippi College, 1991 FIELD GOALS 54...................Ben Thoma ...................................vs. West Georgia, 2000 52...................Ben Thoma .......................vs. Arkansas-Monticello, 2002 51...................Ben Thoma ..................................vs. Valdosta State, 2000 51...................John Sedely .................. vs. Union (Ky.) University, 1995 49...................Andy Lomax ....................................vs. Delta State, 1986 49...................Mike Crawford............................vs. Miles College, 1987 49...................Mike Crawford.............................vs. West Georgia, 1987 48...................John Sedely ..................................vs. West Georgia, 1996 48...................Andy Lomax .............................vs. North Alabama, 1986 48...................Anthony Armstrong ...................................vs. Troy, 1989 LONGEST TOUCHDOWN RUN 90...................Willie Slater ...............................................vs. Troy, 1975 LONGEST NON-TOUCHDOWN 68...................Gary Borden........................................ vs. Samford, 1969

LONGEST PUNT 74...................Ben Thoma ....................................vs.West Georgia, 2001 LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN 100.................Larry Lightfoot ................................vs. Delta State, 1973 100.................Terry Allen ........................................... vs. Harding, 2007 LONGEST PUNT RETURN 90...................Vonny Armistad ........................vs. North Alabama, 1999 LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN 100.................Nels Strickland..........................vs. North Alabama, 1971 LONGEST FIELD GOAL 54...................Ben Thoma ...................................vs. West Georgia, 2000 WEST ALABAMA in HOMECOMING GAMES Arkansas-Monticello 1-1-0 Nicholls State Arkansas Tech 0-1-0 North Alabama Austin Peay 0-1-0 Ouachita Baptist Central Arkansas 0-1-0 Samford Delta State 5-3-2 Southeastern Louisiana Henderson State 1-1-0 Webber International Jacksonville State 1-1-0 West Georgia Maryville College 1-0-0 Valdosta State Mississippi College 4-3-0 TOTAL

2-0-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 1-0-0 3-3-0 1-2-0 21-20-2

Last Time UWA... Blocked punt for score ............................................vs. Delta State, 2002 Returned kickoff for TD ..................................vs. North Alabama, 2007 Returned punt for TD ..........................................vs. West Georgia, 2002 Returned interception for TD ...........................................at Concordia, 2008 Scored a safety ................................................ at Ouachita Baptist, 2008 Scored on fumble recovery....................................................... at Concordia, 2008 Scored on a blocked FG ................................vs. Central Arkansas, 2003 Last Time an Opponent... Scored on blocked punt............................................ at Delta State, 2008 Returned kickoff for TD ..........................................vs.Delta State, 2004 Returned punt for TD .......................................vs. North Alabama, 2008 Returned interception for TD ...............................................at Harding, 2008 Scored a safety ........................................................vs. Delta State, 2005 Scored on a fumble .................................... vs. Southern Arkansas, 2008 Blocked a FG for TD ................................................ vs. Tuskegee, 2004 Margin of ... Victory 80-1968: LU-80, Centenary-0 67-1969: LU-67, LSU-New Orleans-0 65-2006: UWA-65, Concordia-0 60-1950: LU, 73, Memphis Navy-13 49-1969: LU-49, Gordon Military-0 48-1964: LU-48, Mars Hill-0 47-1952: LU-47, Pensacola Navy-0 47-1968: LU-54, Gordon Military-7 46-1950: LU-46, Chipola JC-0 45-1946: LU-45, St. Bernard-0

LONGEST TOUCHDOWN PASS 94 ...................Ricky Seale/Jackie O’Neal.............vs. SE Louisiana, 1974 LONGEST NON-TOUCHDOWN PASS 74 ...................Don Page/Waldon Tucker ............ vs. Florence State, 1969 74...................Tom Clark/Matt Carman ............vs. Gardner-Webb, 1991

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West A labam a Foot ball Honor s Al l - Gu lf S o u th C o n feren c e 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 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 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 Artega Kyles, LB Stanley King, FS Doug Kellom, RB Terry Langston, LB Larry Lightfoot, RB Kenny Littles, DE Andy Lomax, K Fletcher Louallen, CB

2007 2000 2007 1999 1974, 75 2007 1982 1990 1999, 00, 01 1979 1972 1972 1978 1989, 81 1978 1980 1979, 80 1989, 90 1985 1992, 93 1972 2006 1980 1993 1990 1973 1972 1981 1983, 84 2002 1985 2002 2004, 05, 06 1987 1997 1987 1971, 72, 73 1978 1983, 84 1994 1989 1995 1992 1993 1991 2002 1990, 91 1975 1975 1995 1987, 88 1981, 82 1972, 73 1986, 87, 88 2006 1983 1976 1997 2004 1999 2006 1985 1975, 76, 77 1983 1991 1971 1985, 86 1984 1983

Herbie Malone, DT 1971, 72 Charles Martin, DT 1981, 82 Cole Mason, FB 2007 Kidane McBride, LB 2006 Henry Morales, FS 1998 Jeff Nick, DT 1991 Bean Neal, DE 2003 Elija Norris, LB 1984 Kendrick Office, DE 1998, 99, 00 Kenneth Oglesby, DT 1981, 82 Garry Pack, LB 2008 Mitchell Price, NG 1982 Phillip Propst, DE 1983 Albert Reeves, OG 1985 Jeff Richards, OT 1986 Jason Riles, DL 2006 Reggie Riley, RB 1989 Jerry Pitts, LB 1974, 75 Marcus Ross, RB 2004 Mike Rozier, OG 1985 Teddy Saenz, OG 1975 John Sedely, PK 1997 Bobby Seiler, LB 2002 Johnny Shepherd, RB 1981, 82 Michael Sims, FS 2002 Ronnie Slovensky, PK 1974 David Smith, TE 1978 Clemit Spruiell, QB 1971 Cedric Stephens, RB 1979, 80 Larry Stephenson, QB 1984 Fred Stickney, CB 1980, 81 Nels Strickland, LB 1971 Melvin Taylor, WR 1991 Paul Teague, C 1977, 79 Ben Thoma, K/P 2000, 01, 02 Lewis Thompson, LB 2006 Mitch Warfield, K 2006 Clinton Washington, KB 1999 Kenneth Watson, CB 1985, 86, 87, 88 Jon Weinreich, OL 2008 Rodney White, DB 1991 Leroy Williams, OT 1991, 93 Wayne Williams, C 1986 Mike Wimberly, WR 1976 Willie Woods, TE 1975 Jerin Wright, RB 2006 Steve Young, C 1993 Patrick Zafiris, OT 1994 BOLD - Current Player 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 Coach of the Year Mickey Andrews 1971 Jim King 1974 & 1975

A ll-A me r ic ans and A ll-R e gion All-American First Team Jack Jones...................RB .............................................................................. 1950 Bill Johnson ...............WR ............................................................................. 1966 Nels Strickland ...........MLB ..... NAIA ........................................................... 1971 Ken Hutcherson .........MLB .... NAIA ........................................................... 1972 Ronnie Slovensky ......PK ....... NAIA ........................................................... 1974 Jerry Pitts ...................DE ....... NAIA ........................................................... 1975 Charles Martin ...........DT ....... AP ................................................................ 1982 Andrew Fields ............SE ........ Kodak .......................................................... 1984 Kenny Littles..............DE ....... Football News.............................................. 1986 Ronnie Glanton ..........DT ....... Football News, AP ....................................... 1987 Steve Hyche ...............LB ....... Football Gazette........................................... 1988 Matt Carman ..............SE ........ AP ................................................................ 1993 John Sedely ................PK ........ AFCA, Burger King, AP.............................. 1997 Mitch Warfield ...........K........... AFCA........................................................... 2006 All-American Second Team Clemit Spruiell ...........QB ....... NAIA ........................................................... 1971 Adrian Gant................DE ....... NAIA ........................................................... 1973 Willie Cameron ..........NG ....... AP ................................................................ 1980 Steve Hyche ...............LB ....... Football News.............................................. 1987 Matt Carman ..............SE ........ Division II.................................................... 1993 George Bates ..............DB ........ USA Football ............................................... 1999 Gerald Gales............... AP........ Daktroncs..................................................... 2002 Garry Pack .................LB ........ Daktronics ................................................... 2008 All-American Third Team Teddy Saenz ...............OG ....... AP ................................................................ 1975 Matt Carman ..............SE ........ C.M. Frank .................................................. 1993 Steve Young ...............C .......... Division II.................................................... 1993 Jack Hankins ..............P .......... C.M. Frank .................................................. 1995 All-American Fourth Team Marcus Ross ...............RB ........ CollegeSportsReport.com............................ 2004 All-American Honorable Mention Nels Strickland ...........MLB .... AP ................................................................ 1971 Clemit Spruiell ...........QB ....... AP ................................................................ 1971 Tommy Hoffman ........FS ......... NAIA ........................................................... 1971 Herbie Malone ...........DT ....... NAIA ........................................................... 1971 Jim Berryman .............OT ....... NAIA ........................................................... 1971 Ken Hutcherson .........MLB .... NAIA ........................................................... 1973 Teddy Saenz ...............OG ....... NAIA ........................................................... 1974 Teddy Saenz ...............OG ....... NAIA ........................................................... 1975 Jerry Pitts ...................DE ....... AP ................................................................ 1975 Stanley King...............FS ........ AP, NAIA..................................................... 1975 Tony Holmes ..............OG ....... NAIA ........................................................... 1975 Frank Rudowski .........DT ....... NAIA ........................................................... 1975 Stanley King...............FS ........ NAIA ........................................................... 1976 Mike Wimberly ..........SE ........ NAIA ........................................................... 1976 Stanley King...............FS ........ NAIA ........................................................... 1977 Hubert Hurst...............OT ....... AP ................................................................ 1982 Mitchell Price .............NG ....... AP ................................................................ 1982 Johnny Shepherd ........RB ....... AP ................................................................ 1982 Marshon Harper .........FS ........ C.M. Frank .................................................. 1993 Steve Young ...............C .......... C.M. Frank .................................................. 1993 Marty Washington ......QB ....... C.M. Frank .................................................. 1993 Leroy Williams...........OT ....... C.M. Frank .................................................. 1993 Jack Hankins ..............P .......... Don Hansen’s .............................................. 1995 Gerald Gales............... AP........ Football Gazette........................................... 2002 Kyle Henderson .........WR ....... Football Gazette........................................... 2002 Garry Pack .................LB ........ Football Gazette, D2Football.Com.............. 2008 All-American Academic Leland McCully .........P ........... 2nd Team CoSIDA....................................... 1984 All-Region Kyle Henderson .........WR ...... Daktronics ................................................... 2002 Gerald Gales...............AP......... Daktronics ................................................... 2002 Ben Toma ...................K........... Daktronics ................................................... 2002 Randall Jones .............LB ........ 2nd Team Daktronics ................................... 2004 Terry Allen .................AP......... 1st Team Daktronics .................................... 2007 Garry Pack....................LB ......... 1st Team Daktronics, 2nd Team Don Hansen .2008 Jon Weinreich .............OL ........ 3rd Team Don Hansen ................................. 2008

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West A lab am a Am ong t he Pro Ranks NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE

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CANADIAN 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) Year Stanley King, FS 1978 *Hubert Hurst, OT 1983 Denver Broncos Richard Groover, FS

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

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

Tampa Bay Storm Lawrence Samuels, WR

Year 1994

Minnesota Fighting Pike Kevin Guy, DB/WR

Year 1995

ARENA 2 FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Rio Grande Valley Dorados Zeb Ellison, LB

Year 2005

Tennessee Valley Vipers Kyle Henderson, WR Michael Sims, FS

Year 2003 2003

Year 1985

Arizona Cardinals (*-St. Louis Cardinals) Year *Fletcher Louallen, CB 1987 Kansas City Chiefs Year Larry Stephenson, QB 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

Year 2004

UNITED STATES FOOTBALL LEAGUE Birmingham Stallions Year Rozell Jenkins, RB 1986

Drafted Tigers in UWA Athletic Hall of Fame Name

Induction Year

Drafted By

Draft Year

Jack Jones

1981

Cleveland Browns

1951

Nels Strickland

1981

Toronto Argonauts

1972

Herbie Malone

1983

Atlanta Falcons

1974

Ken Hutcherson

1985

Dallas Cowboys

1974

Ronnie Slovensky

1986

Buffalo Bills

1975

Stanley King

1988

Oakland Raiders

1978

Bill Johnson

1990

Detroit Lions

1966

Steve Hyche

1997

Chicago Bears

1989

Johnny Shepherd

1997

Hamilton TigerCats

1983

Lawrence Samuels

2008

Tampa Bay Storm

1994

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West A lab am a Ye ar- By- Ye ar Re sult s 1938 (2-2) L 0-20 W 7-0 W 14-0 L 6-14

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

1939 (4-3) L 0-13 W 13-7 W 7-0 L 6-47 W N/A W 28-6 N/A L 0-7

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

1940 (6-1-1) L 0-19 T 0-0 W 26-6 W 25-0 W 13-2 W 25-0 W 6-0 W 13-0

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

1941 (1-6) L 7-34 L 0-19 L 6-13 L 0-38 W 26-0 L 14-43 L 0-60

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

1942-45 No teams due to WWII

1949 (7-2-1) 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 L 7-12 Jacksonville St. 1950 (6-3-1) W 26-6 Delta State L 13-20 LA College W 46-0 Chipola J.C. W 73-13 Memphis Navy W 19-0 North Alabama L 26-28 Stetson L 30-41 Tampa W 29-20 Northwestern St. T 0-0 Troy State W 26-19 South Georgia 1951 (5-5) L 0-13 Louisiana Coll. L 22-33 LA-Monroe W 32-12 Memphis Navy L 9-12 North Alabama W 47-14 South Georgia L 13-28 Tampa W 34-27 Northwestern St. W 13-7 Troy State L 20-42 Stetson W 33-0 Pensacola Navy

1946 (6-3) F.G. McCollum L 14-24 Miss. College W 14-0 Delta State W 45-0 St. Bernard W 13-0 Troy State L 14-33 Millsaps L 0-21 Holmes JC W 26-6 Marion Inst. W 45-21 US Merch. Mar. W 12-7 Tampa

1952 (4-6) 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

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

1947 (1-6-1) L 0-19 W 7-0 L 0-26 T 0-0 L 7-12 L 7-12 L 14-27 L 6-19

C.A. Douglas Miss. College Delta State LA-Lafayette St. Bernard Troy State Millsaps Athens State LA-Monroe

1953 (2-7) 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

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

1948 (2-7) L 0-7 L 6-27 L 0-18 L 0-14 W 14-0 W 41-0 L 0-7 L 6-12 L 6-27

SE Louisiana Delta State St. Bernard Troy State Chipola Marion Inst. Jacksonville St. Florida State LA-Monroe

1954 (0-9) L 6-26 L 0-33 L 7-13 L 0-46 L 0-32 L 12-45 L 28-44 L 0-40 L 7-36

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

N/A

William Carey

1955 (1-7) L 6-25 L 6-18 L 0-13 L 0-52 L 7-51 L 12-25 L 19-39 W 19-13

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

1956 (1-7-1) T 6-6 L 6-21 W 16-6 L 0-22 L 18-24 L N/A L 7-53 L 19-67 L 8-24

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

1957 (1-7) L 0-12 L 6-12 L 6-20 L 7-19 L 0-28 W 14-7 L 6-14 L 7-47

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

1958 (1-6) L 6-20 Troy State L 0-39 Louisiana Coll. N/A Southern Union L 14-32 North Alabama L 6-22 Jacksonville W 6-0 Millsaps L 0-64 Northwestern St. L 0-28 Delta State 1959 (0-9) L 6-7 L 0-38 L 0-19 L 6-7 L 0-26 L 0-24 L 6-14 L 7-39 L 4-14

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

1960 (1-6) L 0-34 L 6-27 L 6-23 L 12-14 W 22-6 L 6-20 L 6-22 N/A

James Garner Miss. College Troy State North Alabama UT-Martin Millsaps Jacksonville Samford Marion Mill.

1961 (3-6-1) L 13-35 L 8-41 L 0-7 L 0-49 W 13-7

Southern Ark. Tampa Troy State North Alabama Ozarks

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L W W

0-33 14-10 32-7 T 7-7 L 6-9

UT-Martin Harding Gordon Mill. Millsaps Jacksonville

1962 (3-6) W 21-6 Ark.-Monticello W 20-0 Southern Ark. L 14-38 Troy State L 7-37 North Alabama W 15-12 UT-Martin L 7-17 Harding L 28-31 Gordon Mill. L 0-7 Millsaps L 7-27 Jacksonville 1963 (4-5) L 0-17 Ark.-Monticello W 7-0 Southern Ark. W 3-0 Troy State L 7-35 North Alabama L 7-9 UT-Martin W 34-6 Mars Hill W 28-13 Gordon Mill. L 7-13 Millsaps L 7-13 Jacksonville 1964 (3-6-1) L 0-14 Ark.-Monticello W 13-0 Southern Ark. L 0-8 Troy State T 6-6 North Alabama L 22-31 Maryville L 14-26 UT-Martin W 48-0 Mars Hill L 3-10 Gordon Mil. W 18-7 Millsaps L 7-40 Jacksonville 1965 (5-4) L 6-9 Ark.-Monticello L 7-10 Southern Ark. W 46-3 Troy State L 28-42 North Alabama W 30-0 Maryville W 37-21 Gordon Mill. W 35-14 Millsaps L 14-21 Jacksonville W 33-14 Miss. College 1966 (3-6) L 20-30 Southern Ark. W 21-0 Millsaps L 28-37 Troy State L 0-10 North Alabama W 12-7 Maryville L 6-7 Gordon Mil. L 14-20 Ark.-Monticello L 14-24 Jacksonville W 14-0 Miss. College

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West A lab am a Ye ar- By- Ye ar Re sult s 1967 (4-5-1)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 17-14 Ark.-Monticello T 7-7 Jacksonville L 13-31 Miss. College L 27-51 Samford 1968 (9-2) W 41-6 L 23-42 W 27-23 W 80-0 W 54-7 W 24-13 W 26-7 W 7-0 W 41-16 W 22-16 L

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Southern Ark. Troy State North Alabama Centenary Gordon Mill. Delta State Miss. College Jacksonville Louisiana Coll. Samford The Peanut Bowl 6-39 Ouachita Baptist

1969 (6-2-1) W 27-19 L 14-30 L 13-17 T 30-30 W 67-0 W 49-0 W 34-17 W 37-13 W 27-6

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

1970 (4-5) 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 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 NAIA Semi-Final W 25-2 West Liberty NAIA Championship W 14-12 Ark. Tech 1972 (8-1-2) W 21-3 W 38-21 W 14-3 W 17-6

Miss. College Southern Ark. Troy State North Alabama

W

21-17 T 14-14 W 10-0 L 14-17 W W

Jacksonville W. Carolina Samford Delta State

26-0 35-6 T

Nicholls St. UT-Martin NAIA Semi-Final 7-7 Carson-Newman

1973 (6-3-1) 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

Jim King Troy State SE Louisiana North Alabama Jacksonville Samford Miss. College Henderson St. Nicholls St. Delta State UT-Martin

1974 (8-3) W 14-13 Southern Ark. W 28-16 North Alabama L 21-27 SE Louisiana W 36-33 Troy State W 21-21 Miss. College* W 22-6 Alabama State W 33-19 Nicholls State W 12-10 Henderson State L 14-24 Delta State W 28-7 UT-Martin L 9-27 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 NCAA Quarter-Final W 34-14 North Dakota NCAA Semi-Final L 26-28 Northern Mich. 1976 (5-5) L 14-21 W 27-24 W 14-7 L 9-17 L 20-24 W 20-10 W 16-12 W 20-14 L 7-24 L 7-32

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

1977 (2-8) L 13-21 L 9-42 W 21-16

Jack Crowe Texas A&I North Alabama Miss. College

L W L L L L L

0-10 13-10 3-30 12-19 7-44 3-7 10-26

Troy State Tuskegee Inst. SE Louisiana Alabama State Jacksonville Delta State UT-Martin

1978 (3-7) W 6-2 L 7-9 L 16-24 L 7-38 W 23-17 L 0-33 L 3-13 L 21-41 L 24-34 W 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) 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

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

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

1981 (6-3) W 41-13 W 19-9 W 28-16 L 29-48 L 3-21 W 19-0 W 21-7 L 17-37 W 17-0

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

1982 (6-4) W 34-0 W 31-0 W 14-3 W 27-14 L 7-34 W 21-20 W 14-7 L 3-21 L 0-45 L 21-22

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

TIGER FOOTBALL

1983 (6-4) W 47-6 W 16-13 L 12-15 L 16-17 W 16-7 W 28-14 W 47-15 W 24-14 L 22-35 L 14-29

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

1984 (5-5) W 43-7 W 46-6 L 26-35 W 38-34 L 16-17 L 7-35 L 24-27 W 35-28 L 0-7 W 38-35

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

1985 (6-5) Sam McCorkle W 28-0 Miles College W 24-0 Morris Brown L 22-28 Austin Peay L 7-38 Troy State L 14-24 West Georgia W 10-5 Valdosta State L 7-14 Miss. College W 13-6 Delta State L 0-17 North Alabama W 41-6 UT-Martin W 27-24 Jacksonville 1986 (3-8) L 2-9 W 23-21 L 3-14 L 6-28 W 28-17 L 12-17 L W L L L

East Texas St. Western Ky. North Alabama Troy State West Georgia Valdosta State

14-16 27-15 17-21 25-48 33-38

Miss. College Delta State North Alabama UT-Martin Jacksonville

1987 (5-5-1) W 8-0 L 9-19 L 17-24 W 34-0 W 17-14 L 14-21 W 8-7 T 7-7 W 12-10 L 26-27 L 19-25

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


West A lab am a Ye ar- By- Ye ar Re sult s 1988 (0-11) L 14-25 L 14-28 L 23-31 L 20-41 L 0-13 L 7-20 L 10-21 L 11-12 L 7-10 L 11-41 L 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 24-41 L 17-24 W 7-0 W 35-28 L 14-36 L 6-17 L 10-23 T 24-24 L 0-30 W 35-17 L 0-36

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

1990 (3-8-0) L 6-45 W 43-10 L 6-31 W 34-7 W 33-27 L 7-46 L 0-36 L 18-36 L 10-54 L 10-21 L 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) 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

Lloyd Sisco 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 22-12 Knoxville Coll. W 13-10 Ark. Monticello W 42-36 Albany State L 13-47 West Georgia L 15-42 Valdosta State W 37-32 Miss. College W 30-24 Delta State L 13-20 North Alabama L 27-54 Jacksonville 1993 (2-7-1) L 21-33 Albany State W 51-42 Nicholls State L 28-49 Stephen F Austin T 22-22 Miss. College L 13-42 Valdosta State L 22-27 West Georgia

L W L L

27-42 Cent. Arkansas 60-55 Delta State 15-65 North Alabama 44-46 Henderson State

1994 (1-9) Todd Stroud L 6-49 Albany State L 7-77 Nicholls State W 15-14 Kentucky State L 0-48 Miss. College L 0-63 Valdosta State L 21-55 West Georgia L 3-52 Cent. Arkansas L 7-30 Delta State L 7-50 North Alabama L 15-45 Henderson State 1995 (2-9) W 15-14 Harding W 28-7 Union (Ky.) L 12-20 Lane College L 7-30 Miss. College L 43-48 Henderson State L 20-27 Valdosta State L 15-53 Ark. Tech L 10-34 Central Ark. L 7-31 West Georgia L 3-41 Delta State L 10-42 North Alabama 1996 (3-7) W 38-24 Ark. Tech W 42-28 Lane College L 26-31 Harding L 36-45 Ark.-Monticello L 3-17 Henderson State L 16-52 Valdosta State W 22-21 Miss. College L 23-47 West Georgia L 13-42 Delta State L 24-38 North Alabama 1997 (4-6) Bobby Johns L 17-41 Ark. Tech W 37-14 Lane College W 39-6 Union College W 31-10 Ark.-Monticello L 16-24 Henderson State W 38-10 Miss. College L 20-33 Valdosta State L 15-48 West Georgia L 13-27 Delta State L 14-56 North Alabama 1998 (3-7) W 35-28 Wingate L 27-44 Ark. Tech W 30-23 Henderson State L 18-38 Delta State L 3-19 Valdosta State L 3-30 West Georgia L 13-58 Southern Ark. L 0-45 Central Ark. W 38-9 Ark-Monticello L 24-38 North Alabama 1999 (1-10) L 6-16 L 19-21 L 17-32

Belhaven Harding Ark. Tech

W L L L L L L L

28-7 Henderson St. 20-27 Delta State 19-21 Valdosta State 6-20 West Georgia 24-30 Southern Ark. 10-26 Central Ark. 17-23 Ark.-Monticello 33-51 North Alabama

2000 (3-8) W 35-0 Stillman L 7-14 Miles L 8-33 Delta State L 17-57 Ark.-Monticello L 21-35 Southern Ark. L 20-47 Arkansas Tech L 10-31 West Georgia L 20-50 Valdosta State W 27-22 Ouachita Baptist W 35-21 Harding L 14-21 North Alabama 2001 (1-10) Randy Pippin L 0-21 Belhaven W 35-12 Miles L 7-47 Delta State L 28-34 Ark.-Monticello L 7-38 Southern Ark. L 10-32 Arkansas Tech L 14-35 West Georgia L 8-56 Valdosta State L 13-31 Ouachita Baptist L 10-44 Harding L 0-30 North Alabama 2002 (5-6) W 41-14 Belhaven W 45-33 Stillman L 23-27 Ark.-Monticello W 30-24 Delta State L 10-38 Harding L 27-30 Henderson State W 35-32 West Georgia L 31-43 Valdosta State L 0-25 Arkansas Tech L 7-47 Central Arkansas W 31-24 North Alabama 2003 (2-9) L 28-44 Samford W 24-17 Stillman W 27-20 Ark.-Monticello L 17-47 Delta State L 21-26 Harding L 36-41 Henderson State L 35-38 West Georgia L 13-58 Valdosta State L 17-20 Arkansas Tech L 24-35 Central Arkansas L 10-44 North Alabama 2004 (2-9) Sam McCorkle L 20-34 Samford L 0-20 Tuskegee L 7-59 Delta State W 24-23 Ark.-Monticello L 28-42 Arkansas Tech L 22-53 Ouachita Baptist L 20-38 West Georgia L 17-34 Valdosta State

TIGER FOOTBALL

L L W

22-27 Southern Ark. 20-34 Henderson State 28-27 North Alabama

2005 (2-9) W 34-12 Concordia W 37-0 Lambuth L 14-43 Delta State L 17-21 Ark.-Monticello L 21-27 Arkansas Tech L 14-20 Ouachita Baptist L 0-41 West Georgia L 19-31 Valdosta State L 13-23Southern Arkansas L 13-35 Henderson State L 14-76 North Alabama 2006 (6-5) 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 21-23 Samford W 28-21 Concordia L 17-31 Southern Ark. L 6-38 Henderson State L 35-36 Harding L 28-30 West Georgia L 0-37 Valdosta State L 36-44 Ark.-Monticello L 9-20 Delta State L 20-49 North Alabama 2008 (4-7) W 48-12 Belhaven L 27-37 Harding L 24-26 Arkansas Tech W 17-14Southern Arkansas L 14-33 Valdosta State W 24-7 Concordia L 14-21 Delta State L 14-27 Ark.-Monticello W 48-10 West Georgia L 43-45 Ouachita Baptist L 9-41 North Alabama

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West A labam a’s All- Tim e Se r ie s Re c or ds Alabama State (UWA leads 3-2) Year Date 1974 10-19 1975 10-25 1976 10-23 1977 10-22 1979

2008 Results W W W L L

Score 22-6 31-13 16-12 12-19 8-17

Albany State (Series tied 2-2) Year Date Results Score 1991 9-21 W 22-21 1992 9-19 W 42-36 1993 9-04 L 21-33 1994 9-03 L 6-49

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Site H A A N A Site H A H A

Arkansas-Monticello (UAM leads 12-9) Year Date Results Score Site 1962 9-15 W 21-6 N 1963 9-14 L 0-17 A 1964 9-12 L 0-14 N 1965 9-11 L 6-9 A 1966 11-05 L 14-20 H 1967 11-04 W 17-14 A 1991 9-28 W 24-16 A 1992 9-12 W 13-10 H 1996 9-28 L 36-45 A 1997 9-27 W 31-10 H 1998 11-07 W 38-9 H 1999 11-06 L 17-23 A 2000 9-23 L 17-57 A 2001 9-22 L 28-34 H 2002 9-21 L 23-27 H 2003 9-20 W 27-20 A 2004 9-18 W 24-23 A 2005 9-17 L 17-21 H 2006 10-28 W 37-14 A 2007 10-25 L 44-36 H 2008 10-18 L 21-27 A Arkansas Tech (ATU leads 11-4) Year Date Results Score 1971 12-11 W 14-12 1982 9-11 W 31-0 1983 9-10 W 16-13 1995 10-14 L 15-53 1996 9-07 W 38-24 1997 9-06 L 17-41 1998 9-19 L 27-44 1999 9-18 L 17-32 2000 10-07 L 20-47 2001 10-06 L 10-32 2002 11-02 L 0-25 2003 11-01 L 17-20 2004 9-25 L 28-42 2005 9-24 L 21-27 2008 9-11 L 24-26

Site N A H H H A A H A H A H H A A

Athens State (Series tied 1-1) Year Date Results Score 1947 L 14-27 1949 9-24 W 34-0

Site H

Austin Peay (APSU leads 3-0) Year Date Results Score 1978 10-21 L 3-13 1979 10-20 L 0-14 1985 9-21 L 22-28

Site H A A

Belhaven (Series tied 2-2) Year Date Results 1999 9-04 L 2001 9-01 L 2002 8-31 W

Site A H A

Score 6-16 0-21 41-14

8-30

W

49-12

H

Carson-Newman (Series tied) Year Date Results Score 1972 11-25 T 7-7

Site A

Centenary (UWA leads 1-0) Year Date Results Score 1968 W 80-0

Site H

Central Arkansas (UCA leads 7-0) Year Date Results Score 1993 10-16 L 27-42 1994 10-15 L 3-52 1995 10-21 L 10-34 1998 10-31 L 0-45 1999 10-30 L 10-26 2002 11-09 L 7-47 2003 11-08 L 24-35 Chipola (UWA leads 3-0) Year Date Results 1948 W 1949 10-29 W 1950 W Concordia (UWA leads 4-0) Year Date Results 2005 8-25 W 2006 8-31 W 2007 9-8 W 2008 10-4 W

Score 14-0 20-13 46-0

Site A H A A H H A Site

1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

10-22 11-04 11-09 11-08 10-03 10-02 9-16 9-15 9-28 9-27 9-11 9-10 11-02 11-03 10-11

L L L L L L L L W L L L L L L

7-30 3-41 13-42 13-27 18-38 20-27 8-33 7-47 30-24 17-47 7-59 14-43 14-41 20-9 14-21

A H A H A H H A A H H A A H A

Demopolis A.S. (UWA leads 1-0) Year Date Results Score 1938 W 14-0

Site

*Eldridge Academy (No Result) Year Date Results Score 1939 ?-?

Site

Elon (Series tied 1-1) Year Date Results 1988 9-17 L 1989 9-16 W

Score 23-31 7-0

Site N H

Florida State (Series tied 1-1) Year Date Results Score 1948 11-20 L 6-12 1949 11-05 W 13-6

Site A H

Fort Benning (UWA leads 1-0) Year Date Results Score 1979 W 32-0

Site H

Gardner-Webb (UWA leads 2-0) Year Date Results Score 1990 9-08 W 43-10 1991 9-14 W 24-7

Site H A

A

Score 34-12 65-0 28-21 24-7

Site H H H A

Delta State (DSU leads 32-19-3) Year Date Results Score 1940 9-20 T 0-0 1946 W 14-0 1947 W 7-0 1948 L 0-14 1949 10-01 W 7-0 1950 9-23 W 26-6 1953 L 6-67 1954 11-06 L 0-40 1955 L 19-39 1956 11-03 L 19-67 1957 L 0-28 1958 11-22 L 0-28 1959 11-21 L 7-39 1968 11-02 W 24-13 1969 11-01 W 34-17 1970 10-31 L 21-35 1971 10-30 W 45-21 1972 10-28 L 14-17 1973 11-10 L 40-49 1974 11-16 L 14-24 1975 11-15 W 10-7 1976 11-13 L 7-32 1977 11-12 L 3-7 1978 11-11 L 24-34 1979 11-10 W 10-0 1980 10-25 W 17-15 1981 10-24 W 21-7 1982 10-23 W 14-7 1983 10-22 W 47-15 1984 10-27 L 24-27 1985 11-02 W 13-6 1986 11-01 W 27-15 1987 10-31 T 7-7 1988 10-22 L 11-12 1989 10-21 T 24-24 1990 10-20 L 18-36 1991 10-26 W 25-18 1992 10-24 W 30-24 1993 10-23 W 60-55

Site A A H H H A A N A A A A A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H

Gordon Military (UWA leads 5-3) Year Date Results Score 1961 W 32-7 1962 11-03 L 28-31 1963 11-02 W 28-13 1964 L 3-10 1965 W 37-21 1966 L 6-7 1968 W 54-7 1969 10-24 W 49-0 Harding (HU leads 9-5) Year Date Results 1961 10-28 W 1962 10-27 L 1980 10-18 W 1981 10-17 W 1995 9-02 W 1996 9-21 L 1999 9-11 L 2000 11-04 W 2001 11-03 L 2002 10-05 L 2003 10-04 L 2006 9-30 L 2007 9-29 L 2008 9-06 L

TIGER FOOTBALL

Score 14-10 7-17 47-14 19-0 15-14 26-31 19-21 35-21 10-44 10-38 21-26 16-24 36-35 27-37

Site A H

H A Site H A H A H A A H A A H A H A


West A labam a’s All- Tim e Se r ie s Re c or ds Henderson State (HSU 11-4) Year Date Results 1973 10-27 W 1974 11-02 W 1993 11-06 L 1994 11-05 L 1995 9-30 L 1996 10-05 L 1997 10-04 L 1998 9-26 W 1999 9-25 W 2002 10-12 L 2003 10-11 L 2004 10-30 L 2005 10-29 L 2006 9-21 L 2007 9-20 L

Score 14-0 12-10 44-46 15-45 43-48 3-17 16-24 30-23 28-7 27-30 36-41 20-34 13-35 10-31 23-21

Site A H H A H A H H A H A H A H A

Holmes (MS) CC (HCC leads 1-0) Year Date Results Score 1946 L 0-21

Site

Jacksonville State (JSU leads 32-14-1) Year Date Results Score 1938 W 7-0 1939 11-03 W 13-7 1940 11-01 W 13-2 1948 10-07 L 0-7 1949 10-08 W 14-7 1949 12-16 L 7-12 1952 9-20 W 20-13 1953 9-19 W 18-7 1954 10-09 L 0-46 1955 10-08 L 0-13 1956 10-06 L 0-22 1957 10-26 L 7-19 1958 10-25 L 6-22 1959 10-24 L 0-26 1960 10-22 L 6-20 1961 L 6-9 1962 11-17 L 7-27 1963 11-16 L 7-13 1964 11-14 L 7-40 1965 11-13 L 14-21 1966 11-12 L 14-21 1967 11-11 T 7-7 1968 11-16 W 7-0 1969 11-15 W 27-6 1970 11-14 L 7-8 1971 9-11 W 10-9 1972 10-07 W 21-17 1973 10-06 W 21-20 1974 11-30 L 9-27 1975 11-08 L 13-17 1976 11-06 L 7-24 1977 11-05 L 7-44 1978 11-04 L 21-41 1979 11-30 L 0-59 1980 10-04 L 0-19 1981 10-03 L 29-48 1982 10-02 L 7-34 1983 10-01 W 16-7 1984 11-17 W 38-35 1985 11-23 W 27-24 1986 11-22 L 33-38 1987 11-21 L 19-25 1988 11-12 L 10-45 1989 11-11 L 0-36 1990 11-10 L 9-31 1991 11-09 L 0-31 1992 11-07 L 27-54

Site A H A H N A N H H A H A H A A H A H H A H A N H A H A H H H A H A H A H A H A H A H H A

Kentucky State (UWA leads 1-0) Year Date Results Score 1994 9-17 W 15-14

Site A

Memphis (UM leads 1-0) Year Date Results 1941 10-11 L

Knoxville College (UWA leads 2-0) Year Date Results Score 1991 11-16 W 10-0 1992 9-05 W 22-12

Site A H

Lambuth (UWA leads 2-0) Year Date Results 2005 9-01 W 2006 9-09 W

Memphis Navy (UWA leads 3-1) Year Date Results Score 1950 W 73-13 1951 10-13 W 32-12 1952 10-11 W 32-13 1953 L 19-21

Score 37-0 45-13

Site H A

Lane College (UWA leads 2-1) Year Date Results Score 1995 9-16 L 12-20 1996 9-14 W 42-28 1997 9-13 W 37-14

Site A H A

Louisiana College (LC leads 5-2) Year Date Results Score 1950 9-30 L 13-20 1951 9-29 L 0-13 1954 10-23 L 12-45 1958 L 0-39 1959 L 0-38 1967 W 26-14 1968 W 41-16

A

Louisiana-Lafayette (ULL leads 1-0) Year Date Results Score 1947 10-11 L 0-26

Site A

Site A A A

Louisiana-Monroe (ULM leads 7-2) Year Date Results Score 1947 L 6-19 1948 L 6-27 1949 W 7-6 1951 10-06 L 22-33 1952 10-04 L 7-41 1953 10-31 W 32-30 1954 10-30 L 28-44 1955 10-29 L 12-25 1956 10-27 L 7-53

A A H A A A

LSU-New Orleans (UWA leads 2-0) Year Date Results Score 1969 10-18 W 67-0 1970 W 41-8

Site H A

Site

*Marion Military Institute (UWA leads 5-2) Year Date Results Score Site 1938 L 0-20 1939 9-29 W 7-0 H 1940 10-04 W 26-6 A 1941 10-03 L 6-13 H 1941 W 26-0 1946 W 26-6 1948 W 41-0 1960 ?-? Mars Hill (UWA leads 2-0) Year Date Results 1963 10-26 W 1964 W

Score 34-6 48-0

Site A

Maryville (UWA leads 3-1) Year Date Results 1964 L 1965 W 1966 W 1967 W

Score 22-31 30-0 12-7 42-7

Site

Score 0-38

Miles College (UWA leads 8-1) Year Date Results Score 1980 9-06 W 17-16 1981 9-12 W 41-13 1982 9-04 W 34-0 1983 9-03 W 47-6 1984 9-08 W 46-6 1985 9-07 W 28-0 1987 10-03 W 34-0 2000 9-02 L 7-14 2001 9-03 W 35-12 Millsaps (MC leads 8-7-1) Year Date Results 1946 L 1947 L 1954 10-02 L 1955 L 1956 9-29 W 1957 L 1958 W 1959 L 1960 W 1961 T 1962 11-10 L 1963 11-09 L 1964 W 1965 W 1966 W 1967 W

Score 14-33 7-12 7-13 6-18 16-6 6-12 6-0 6-7 22-6 7-7 0-7 7-13 18-7 35-14 21-0 20-7

Site A Site H A

Site A H A H H H H A H Site A N A H A H A H A H A H A H A

Mississippi College (MC leads 19-18-2) Year Date Results Score Site 1946 L 14-24 1947 L 0-19 1956 9-15 T 6-6 A 1957 W 14-7 1959 L 6-14 1960 L 0-34 1965 W 33-14 1966 W 14-0 1967 L 13-31 1968 W 26-7 1969 11-08 W 37-13 A 1970 W 23-13 H 1971 11-13 W 20-3 A 1972 9-09 W 21-3 H 1973 10-20 W 27-3 A 1974 10-12 T 21-21 H 1975 9-27 W 20-7 A 1976 9-25 W 14-7 H 1977 9-24 W 21-16 A 1978 9-23 L 16-24 H 1979 10-27 L 14-30 A 1980 11-01 L 8-28 H 1981 10-31 L 17-37 A 1982 10-30 L 3-21 H 1983 10-29 W 24-14 A 1984 10-20 L 7-35 H 1985 10-26 L 7-14 A 1986 10-25 L 14-16 H 1987 10-24 W 8-7 A

TIGER FOOTBALL

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West A labam a’s All- Tim e Se r ie s Re c or ds 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

10-15 10-14 10-13 10-19 10-17 9-25 9-24 9-21 10-26 10-11

L L L L W T L L W W

10-21 10-23 0-36 14-25 37-32 22-22 0-48 7-30 22-21 38-10

Morris Brown (UWA leads 2-0) Year Date Results Score 1984 9-01 W 43-7 1985 9-14 W 24-0 Newberry (UWA leads 1-0) Year Date Results Score 1990 9-22 W 34-7 Nicholls State (UWA leads 6-3) Year Date Results Score 1972 11-04 W 26-0 1973 11-03 W 29-16 1974 10-26 W 33-19 1975 11-01 W 13-7 1976 10-30 W 20-14 1979 9-08 L 14-21 1980 9-13 L 2-20 1993 9-11 W 51-42 1994 9-10 L 7-77

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North Alabama (UNA leads 46-14-1) Year Date Results Score 1949 10-22 W 14-13 1950 10-21 W 19-0 1951 10-20 L 9-12 1952 10-18 L 6-34 1953 10-17 L 6-40 1954 10-16 L 0-32 1955 10-15 L 0-52 1956 10-13 L 18-24 1957 11-23 L 7-47 1958 10-11 L 14-32 1959 10-10 L 0-19 1960 10-8 L 6-23 1961 10-7 L 0-49 1962 10-6 L 7-27 1963 10-5 L 7-35 1964 10-3 T 6-6 1965 10-2 L 28-42 1966 10-1 L 0-10 1967 9-30 L 7-28 1968 10-5 W 27-23 1969 10-4 L 13-17 1970 10-3 L 14-17 1971 10-30 W 31-9 1972 9-30 W 17-6 1973 9-29 L 12-13 1974 9-21 W 28-16 1975 9-20 W 14-7 1976 9-18 W 27-24 1977 9-17 L 9-42 1978 9-16 L 7-9 1979 9-15 L 0-6 1980 9-20 L 3-20 1981 9-19 W 19-9 1982 9-18 W 14-3 1983 9-17 L 12-15 1984 11-2 W 35-28 1985 1-9 L 0-17 1986 9-20 L 3-14 1986 11-8 L 17-21 1987 11-7 W 12-10

H A N A H A H A A H Site A H Site H Site A H A H A H A H A Site A H A H A H A H A A A A A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A N H A

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

10-29 10-28 10-27 11-2 10-31 10-30 10-29 11-11 11-16 11-15 11-14 11-13 11-11 11-10 11-16 11-15 11-6 11-6 11-11 11-10 11-8

L L L L L L L L L L L L L L W L W L L L L

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

North Dakota (UWA leads 1-0) Year Date Results Score 1975 11-29 W 34-14

H A H A H A H A H A A H H A H A H A H A H

Samford (SU leads 9-6-1) Year Date Results 1956 11-17 L 1957 11-16 L 1959 11-06 L 1960 11-05 L 1967 12-01 L 1968 11-28 W 1969 10-11 T 1970 10-10 W 1971 10-09 W 1972 10-21 W 1973 10-13 W 1988 9-24 L 1989 9-23 W 2003 9-04 L 2004 8-28 L 2007 8-30 L

Site A

South Georgia (UWA leads 2-1) Year Date Results Score 1950 W 26-19 1951 10-27 W 47-14 1953 L 0-21

Northeast Mississippi CC (NEMCC leads 1-0) Year Date Results Score Site 1956 L 0-3 Northern Michigan (NMU leads 1-0) Year Date Results Score 1975 12-06 L 26-28

Site N

Northwestern State (UWA leads 2-1) Year Date Results Score 1950 11-11 W 29-20 1951 11-10 W 34-27 A 1958 11-15 L 0-64

Site H

Oglethorpe (OU leads 1-0) Year Date Results 1941 L

Site

Score 0-60

A

Ouachita Baptist (OBU leads 5-1) Year Date Results Score 1968 12-21 L 6-39 2000 10-28 W 27-22 2001 10-27 L 13-31 2004 10-02 L 22-53 2005 10-01 L 14-20 2008 11-01 L 43-45

Site N A H A H A

Ozarks (UWA leads 1-0) Year Date Results 1961 10-14 W

Site A

Score 13-7

Pensacola Navy (UWA leads 3-0) Year Date Results Score 1951 W 33-0 1952 W 47-0 1952 W 52-0

Site

Presbyterian (PC leads 2-0) Year Date Results Score 1952 9-27 L 13-16 1953 9-25 L 7-13

Site H A

Quantico (UWA leads 1-0) Year Date Results 1971 10-16 W

Site N

Score 17-13

Score 8-24 6-14 0-24 6-22 27-51 22-16 30-30 37-21 28-3 10-0 8-6 20-41 35-28 28-44 20-34 23-21

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Snead State JC (UWA leads 1-0) Year Date Results Score 1940 W 13-0

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Site H

Southeastern Louisiana (SLU leads 7-3) Year Date Results Score Site 1939 L 6-47 1940 9-27 L 0-19 A 1941 10-17 L 7-34 H 1948 9-17 L 0-7 1949 9-17 L 12-41 A 1973 9-22 W 11-0 H 1974 9-28 L 21-27 A 1975 10-18 W 43-13 H 1976 10-16 W 20-10 H 1977 10-15 L 3-30 A 1978 10-14 L 0-33 A Southern Arkansas (SAU leads 13-12) Year Date Results Score 1952 9-13 L 0-6 1953 11-21 L 2-18 1961 9-16 L 13-35 1962 9-22 W 20-0 1963 9-21 W 7-0 1964 9-19 W 13-0 1965 9-18 L 7-10 1966 9-17 L 20-30 1967 9-16 L 7-26 1968 9-21 W 41-6 1969 9-20 W 27-19 1970 9-19 W 24-0 1971 9-18 W 7-0 1972 9-16 W 38-21 1974 9-14 W 14-13 1975 9-13 W 31-14 1998 10-24 L 13-58 1999 10-23 L 24-30 2000 9-30 L 21-35 2001 9-29 L 7-38 2004 10-23 L 22-27 2005 10-22 L 13-23 2006 9-16 W 24-17 2007 9-15 L 31-17 2008 9-18 W 17-14

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West A labam a’s All- Tim e Se r ie s Re c or ds Southern Union (SU leads 1-0) Year Date Results Score 1957 L 6-20 1958 ?-? Spring Hill (Series tied 1-1) Year Date Results Score 1940 W 25-0 1941 9-26 L 0-19

Site

Site

Texas A&M-Commerce (TAMUC leads 5-1) Year Date Results Score Site 1986 9-04 L 2-9 A 1987 9-03 W 8-0 A 1988 9-03 L 14-25 H 1989 9-02 L 24-41 N 1990 9-01 L 6-45 A 1991 9-07 L 6-44 H

A

St. Bernard (UWA leads 3-1-1) Year Date Results Score 1939 W 10-7 1940 W 25-0 1946 W 45-0 1947 10-17 T 0-0 1948 10-16 L 0-18

H A

Stephen F Austin (SFASU leads 1-0) Year Date Results Score 1993 9-18 L 28-49

Site A

Stetson (SU leads 2-0) Year Date Results 1950 10-28 L 1951 11-24 L

Score 26-28 20-42

Site H A

Stillman (UWA leads 3-0) Year Date Results 2000 9-02 W 2002 9-07 W 2003 9-13 W

Score 35-0 45-33 24-17

Site A A H

Tampa (UT leads 6-1) Year Date Results 1946 W 1950 11-04 L 1951 11-03 L 1952 10-31 L 1954 11-12 L 1955 L 1961 L

Score 12-7 30-41 13-28 12-27 7-36 7-51 8-41

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Site

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Tennessee-Martin (UTM leads 14-11-1) Year Date Results Score Site 1959 10-03 L 4-14 1960 10-15 L 12-14 H 1961 10-21 L 0-33 A 1962 10-20 W 15-12 H 1963 10-12 L 7-9 A 1964 10-10 L 14-26 H 1970 11-21 L 14-29 A 1971 11-20 W 28-7 H 1972 11-18 W 35-6 H 1973 11-17 T 7-7 A 1974 11-23 W 28-7 H 1975 11-22 W 17-7 A 1977 11-19 L 10-26 H 1978 11-18 W 21-17 A 1979 11-17 L 18-23 A 1980 9-27 W 7-6 H 1981 9-26 W 28-16 A 1982 9-25 W 27-14 H 1983 9-24 L 16-17 A 1984 11-20 L 0-7 A 1985 11-16 W 41-6 H 1986 11-15 L 25-48 A 1987 11-14 L 26-27 H 1988 11-05 L 11-41 A 1989 11-04 W 35-17 H 1990 11-03 L 10-21 A

Texas A&M-Kingsville (Series Tied 1-1) Year Date Results Score Site 1977 9-10 L 13-21 H 1978 9-09 W 6-2 A Troy (TU leads 40-8-2) Year Date Results 1938 L 1939 9-22 L 1939 L 1940 11-15 W 1941 11-14 L 1946 W 1947 10-24 L 1948 10-23 L 1949 11-19 T 1950 11-18 T 1951 11-17 W 1952 11-15 L 1953 L 1954 9-18 L 1955 9-24 L 1956 9-22 L 1957 9-21 L 1958 9-20 L 1959 9-19 L 1960 10-01 L 1961 9-30 L 1962 9-29 L 1963 9-28 W 1964 9-26 L 1965 9-25 W 1966 9-24 L 1967 9-23 L 1968 9-28 L 1969 9-27 L 1970 9-26 L 1971 9-25 L 1972 9-23 W 1973 9-13 L 1974 10-05 W 1975 10-04 L 1976 10-02 L 1977 10-01 L 1978 9-30 L 1979 9-29 L 1980 11-08 L 1981 11-07 W 1982 11-06 L 1983 11-05 L 1984 9-22 L 1985 9-28 L 1986 9-27 L 1987 9-26 L 1988 9-10 L 1989 9-09 L 1990 9-15 L

Score 6-14 0-13 0-7 6-0 14-43 13-0 7-12 0-14 7-7 0-0 13-7 13-26 0-7 6-26 6-25 6-21 0-12 6-22 6-7 6-27 0-7 14-38 3-0 0-8 46-3 28-37 0-33 23-42 14-30 7-42 20-21 14-3 6-7 36-33 14-17 9-17 0-10 7-38 0-64 20-37 17-0 0-45 22-35 26-35 7-38 6-28 17-24 14-28 17-24 6-31

Tuskegee Institute (UWA leads 6-3) Year Date Results Score 1975 10-11 W 38-27 1976 10-09 L 20-24 1977 10-08 W 13-10 1978 10-07 W 23-17

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1979 1980 1981 1982 2004

10-06 10-11 10-10 10-09 9-04

W W L W L

Union (UWA leads 2-0) Year Date Results 1995 9-09 W 1997 9-20 W

25-13 30-27 3-21 21-20 0-20

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Score 28-7 39-6

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US Merchant Marines (UWA leads 1-0) Year Date Results Score Site 1946 W 45-21 Valdosta State (VSU leads 26-1) Year Date Results Score 1982 11-13 L 21-22 1983 11-12 L 14-29 1984 10-13 L 16-17 1985 10-19 W 10-5 1986 10-18 L 12-17 1987 9-19 L 9-19 1988 10-08 L 7-20 1989 10-07 L 6-17 1990 10-06 L 7-46 1991 10-12 L 7-20 1992 10-10 L 15-42 1993 10-02 L 13-42 1994 10-01 L 0-63 1995 10-07 L 20-27 1996 10-19 L 16-52 1997 10-18 L 20-33 1998 10-10 L 3-19 1999 10-09 L 19-21 2000 10-21 L 20-50 2001 10-20 L 8-56 2002 10-26 L 31-43 2003 10-25 L 13-58 2004 10-16 L 17-34 2005 10-15 L 19-31 2006 10-21 L 14-16 2007 10-20 L 37-0 2008 9-27 L 14-33

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Webber International (UWA leads 1-0) Year Date Result Score Site 2006 10-7 W 49-20 H West Georgia (UWG leads 17-8) Year Date Results Score 1983 10-08 W 28-14 1984 10-06 W 38-34 1985 10-12 L 14-24 1986 10-11 W 28-17 1987 10-10 W 17-14 1988 10-01 L 0-13 1989 9-30 L 14-36 1990 9-29 W 33-27 1991 10-05 W 32-21 1992 10-03 L 13-47 1993 10-09 L 22-27 1994 10-08 L 21-55 1995 10-28 L 7-31 1996 11-02 L 23-47 1997 11-01 L 15-48 1998 10-17 L 3-30 1999 10-16 L 6-20 2000 10-14 L 10-31 2001 10-13 L 14-35 2002 10-19 W 35-32 2003 10-18 L 35-38 2004 10-09 L 20-38

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West A labam a’s All- Tim e Se r ie s Re c or ds 2005 2006 2007 2008

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10-08 10-12 10-13 10-25

L W L W

0-41 24-14 30-28 48-10

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West Liberty (UWA leads 1-0) Year Date Results Score 1971 11-26 W 25-2

Site N

Western Carolina (Series tied 1-1-1) Year Date Results Score 1971 10-23 W 15-9 1972 10-14 T 14-14 1976 9-11 L 14-21

Site H A A

Western Kentucky (Series tied 1-1) Year Date Results Score 1986 9-13 W 23-21 1987 10-17 L 14-21

Site A A

*William Carey (Series tied 1-1) Year Date Results Score 1954 11-18 L 7-38 1955 W 19-13

Site

Wingate (UWA leads 1-0) Year Date Results 1998 9-12 W

Score 35-28

Site H

Wofford (WC leads 1-0) Year Date Results 1954 9-25 L

Score 0-33

Site A

York All-Stars (UWA leads 1-0) Year Date Results Score 1939 W 28-6

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The series results were compised by the Sports Information office and David DeLassus. Some results remain incomplete and unavailable.

Alabama State ......................... 3 .........2 ........ 0 Albany State ............................ 2 .........2 ........ 0 Arkansas-Monticello ............... 9 ........12 ....... 0 Arkansas Tech ......................... 4 ........11........ 0 Athens State ............................ 1 .........1 ........ 0 Austin Peay ............................. 0 .........3 ........ 0 Belhaven ................................. 2 .........2 ........ 0 Carson-Newman ..................... 0 .........0 ........ 1 Central Arkansas ..................... 0 .........7 ........ 0 Chipola JC............................... 3 .........0 ........ 0 Concordia ................................ 4 .........0 ........ 0 Delta State .............................. 19 .......32 ....... 3 Demopolis A. S. ..................... 1 .........0 ........ 0 Eldridge .............................................NA........ Elon ......................................... 1 .........1 ........ 0 Florida State ............................ 1 .........1 ........ 0 Fort Benning ........................... 1 .........0 ........ 0 Gardner-Webb ......................... 2 .........0 ........ 0 Gordon (Ga.) Military ............. 5 .........3 ........ 0 Harding ................................... 5 .........9 ........ 0 Henderson State ...................... 4 ........11........ 0 Holmes (Miss.) CC ................. 0 .........1 ........ 0 Jacksonville State ................... 14 .......32 ....... 1 Kentucky State ........................ 1 .........0 ........ 0 Knoxville College ................... 2 .........0 ........ 0 Lambuth .................................. 2 .........0 ........ 0 Lane......................................... 2 .........1 ........ 0 Louisiana College ................... 2 .........5 ........ 0 Louisiana-Lafayette ................ 0 .........1 ........ 0 Louisiana-Monroe ................... 2 .........7 ........ 0 LSU-New Orleans................... 2 .........0 ........ 0 Marion Military Inst................ 5 .........2 ........ 0 Mars Hill ................................. 2 .........0 ........ 0 Maryville ................................. 3 .........1 ........ 0 Memphis ................................. 0 .........1 ........ 0 Memphis Navy ........................ 3 .........1 ........ 0 Miles ....................................... 8 .........1 ........ 0 Millsaps ................................... 7 .........8 ........ 1 Mississippi College ................ 18 .......19 ....... 2 Morris Brown .......................... 2 .........0 ........ 0 Newberry................................. 1 .........0 ........ 0 Nicholls State .......................... 6 .........3 ........ 0

North Alabama ....................... 14 .......46 ....... 1 North Dakota........................... 1 .........0 ........ 0 Northeast Miss. CC ................. 0 .........1 ........ 0 Northern Michigan .................. 0 .........1 ........ 0 Northwestern State .................. 2 .........1 ........ 0 Oglethorpe............................... 1 .........0 ........ 0 Ouachita Baptist ...................... 1 .........5 ........ 0 Ozarks ..................................... 1 .........0 ........ 0 Pensacola Navy ....................... 3 .........0 ........ 0 Presbyterian............................. 0 .........2 ........ 0 Quantico Marines .................... 1 .........0 ........ 0 St. Bernard .............................. 3 .........1 ........ 1 Samford ................................... 6 .........9 ........ 1 Snead State (Ala.) JC .............. 1 .........0 ........ 0 South Georgia ......................... 2 .........1 ........ 0 Southeastern Louisiana ........... 3 .........7 ........ 0 Southern Arkansas ................. 12 .......13 ....... 0 Southern Union ....................... 0 .........1 ........ 0 Spring Hill............................... 1 .........1 ........ 0 Stephen F. Austin .................... 0 .........1 ........ 0 Stetson ..................................... 0 .........2 ........ 0 Stillman ................................... 3 .........0 ........ 0 Tampa ...................................... 1 .........6 ........ 0 Tennessee-Martin ................... 11 .......14 ....... 1 Texas A&M-Commerce .......... 1 .........5 ........ 0 Texas A&M-Kingsville ........... 1 .........1 ........ 0 Troy ......................................... 8 ........40 ....... 2 Tuskegee ................................. 6 .........3 ........ 0 Union....................................... 2 .........0 ........ 0 U. S. Merchant Marines .......... 1 .........0 ........ 0 Valdosta State .......................... 1 ........26 ....... 0 Webber International ............... 1 .........0 ........ 0 West Georgia ........................... 8 ........17 ....... 0 West Liberty ............................ 1 .........0 ........ 0 Western Carolina ..................... 1 .........1 ........ 1 Western Kentucky ................... 1 .........1 ........ 0 William Carey ......................... 1 .........1 ........ 0 Wingate ................................... 1 .........0 ........ 0 Wofford ................................... 0 .........1 ........ 0 York All-Stars.......................... 1 .........0 ........ 0 TOTALS................................ 250 .....388 ..... 12

West A labama’s Se r ie s Hist or y vs. The 2009 Fie ld Belhaven: After a 49-12 win over the Blazers last season to even the series, UWA looks to pick up its first victory over BC in Jackson since 2002. UWA is 1-1 in Jackson vs. Belhaven.

Valdosta State: UWA looks to do something it hasn’t since 1985 in the series history with VSU, pick up a win. With a 27-9 win last season in Livingston, the Blazers extended its win streak over the Tigers to 23 straight. The Tigers are winless in Valdosta.

Harding: UWA and HU square off for the 15th time in series history in 2009. The Bisons lead the series 9-5, including six straight wins. UWA seeks to pick up its first win over HU since 2000. The victory was also the last over the Bisons in Livingston ... a 35-21 on Nov. 4.

Lambuth: A series that began in 2005, UWA and LU will clash for the first time since 2006. UWA leads the series 2-0.

Arkansas Tech: UWA looks to snap a 10game losing streak to the Wonder Boys. The Tigers’ last win over ATU came on Sept. 7, 1996 ... a 38-24 victory in Livingston. UWA is 2-4 vs. the Wonder Boys in Livingston. Southern Arkansas: UWA pulled within one win of tying the series with the Muleriders last season ... a 17-14 overtime win in Livingston. SAU leads 13-12. The Tigers travel to Magnolia looking to earn their first win on the Riders homefield since 1974 ... 14-13.

Delta State: The second longest series in UWA history, The Red and White trails in the series 19-32-3. DSU is on a six-game win streak against UWA, including three wins over the Tigers in Livingston. UWA’s last win in the series came on Sept. 28, 2002 in Cleveland. The Tigers last win vs. the Statesmen in Livingston came on Oct. 23, 1993 ... a 60-55 shootout. Arkansas-Monticello: UWA seeks to snap a two-game losing skid against the Boll Weevils. The Tigers last home win over UAM came in 1998, a 38-9 victory on Nov. 7.

West Georgia: The Tigers seek to win their second straight over UWG in 2009, following a 48-10 win over the Wolves last season. The last time UWA claimed two consecutive wins over UWG was 1990-1991. Ouachita Baptist: A 45-43, three-OT thriller gave OBU its fifth win in series history and extended a four-game win streak over UWA. The Red and White looks to pick up its first win over OBU in Livingston in 2009 and its first win since 2000. North Alabama: The oldest rivalry in UWA history renews for the 62nd time in series history. UNA leads the series 46-14-1 and has claimed the last four meetings. UWA’s last win over its northern neighbor came in 2004 ... a 28-27 thriller in Livingston. The Tigers seek to pick up their first win in Florence since 1987 ... a 12-10 victory on Nov. 7.

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1971 N A IA N a t ional Cham pionship Se ason Extraordinary, dazzling, suspensive, incredible, tearful, heartbreaking, and superlative all describe moments from the history of Livingston’s 1971 season as the Tigers conquered inestimable odds and physically stronger adversaries to win the NAIA National Championship. Rising from a so-so 4-5 season in 1970, Coach Mickey Andrews’ lads turned in a final 11-1 showing in placing the ‘71 team in the history books. Andrews was named Coach of the Year in the newly created Gulf South Conference and five other members of the team, Adrian Grant, Larry Lightfoot, Herbie Malone and Nels Strickland, were first team choinces, including quarterback Clemit Spruiell who was Offensive Player of the Year in the league. Other awards of even more categorical importance surmounted the Gulf South selections with Strickland being named as Livingston’s first NAIA All-America first team selection, while Spruiell earned second team All-American laurels. Three others, Tommy Hoffman, Herbie Malone and Jim Berryman, made Honorable Mention AllAmerican and Coach ANdrews was named District 27 NAIA Coach of the Year and placed high in national balloting for the same honor. Little did Tiger followers realize in Septmeber 11 that Livingston had taken the first giant step that would lead to almost unimaginable glory as LU opened the season with a 10-9 upset over the NAIA’s number one ranked team Jacksonville State. Southern State Arkansas fell a 7-0 stubborn victim and the Tigers ran into their old jinx at Montgomery, where Troy State came roaring from behind for a 21-20 win. A new offense, the Wishbone, was installed and Samford was its first casualty, 28-3--the only season loss handed the powerful Birmingham school. Two tough games with big, strong Quantico and Western Carolina produced close decisions, 17-13, 15-9, before the Tigers rolled up their most impressive ground game of the season, 354 yards, in walloping Florence 31-0. At Homecoming against Delta State, the Tigers had their finest hour the first half, scoring 45 points and completely dominating a fine Statesmen tmea for a 45-21 win. Mississippi College became a 20-3 victim and Tennessee Martin fell 28-7 to give LU a tie for the Gulf South Conference title and an invitation to the NAIA playoffs. In the semi-finals the Tigers won a hard-fought 25-2 win over West Liberty, W. Va., and on Dec. 11 in Birmingham they closed the season--as they opened it--by knocking off a number one ranked team, Arkansas Tech, 14-12, for the NAIA title.

Livingston West Liberty

25 2

Livingston 14 Arkansas Tech 12

November 26, 1971 Steubenville, Ohio The Tigers took a stingy defense on the road in their first ever playoff appearance, limiting West Liberty to one first down and 29 total yards, both school records. Livingston trailed 2-0 at the half after a West Liberty safety, but Clemit Spruiell threw a pair of touchdown passes and Larry Lightfoot scored twice as L.U. rolled to a 25-2 win in the second half, advancing to the 1971 NAIA National Championship game.

LU 14 161 148 309 12-21-0 6-36.3 3 125

First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Offense Passes Punts Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Livingston West Liberty

0 2

0 0

12 0

WLSC 1 9 20 29 4-20-3 9-34.9 0 0 13 0

25 2

December 11, 1971 Birmingham, Ala. The Tigers earned the University’s first and only national title with a 14-12 win over Arkansas Tech in the 1971 NAIA National Championship game at Legion Field. Livingston came from behind twice against Tech as Clemit Spruiell racked up 138 yards of total offense and Nels Strickland tallied a whopping 22 tackles. The Tiger defense held the Wonderboys in dramatic fashion on fourthand-four at the Livingston 16-yard line with 2:13 remaining to seal the victory.

LU 14 44-96 4-13-0 89 185 6-36.0 2 20

First Downs Rushing Passing Passing Yards Total Offense Punts Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Livingston Arkansas Tech

0 7

7 3

ATU 15 61-217 4-13-4 91 308 4-30.0 1 46 7 0

0 2

14 12

Scoring Summary WL-Safety, punt snap goes out of end zone LU-Tommy Cartwright, pass from Clemit Spruiell (Mike Green PAT-Failed) LU-Leo Wright, 36-yard pass from Spruiell (Run no good) LU-Larry Lightfoot, seven run (Pass failed) LU-Lightfoot, six run (Green kick)

Scoring Summary ATU-Benny Shepherd, 67 pass from Phil Fisher (Craig Williams kick) LU-Clemit Spruiell, one run (Mike Green kick) ATU-Craig Williams, 38 field goal LU-Larry Lightfoot, 2 run (Mike Green kick) ATU-Safety, UWA punter Bob Clark ran out of end zone on punt attempt

LU Leaders: Rush--Lightfoot, 18-81 yards Pass--Spruiell, 10-17-0, 136 yards Receiving--Cartwright, 6-53 yards Defense--Hutcherson, 4-0

LU Leaders: Rush-- Spruiell, 17-49 yards Pass-- Spruiell, 4-13-0, 89 yards Receiving-- Lightfoot, 3-78 yards Defense-- Strickland, 15-7

As a team the Tigers outscored opponents 260 points to 100 and averaged 284 offensive yards a game, while giving up 204 per contest. Two shutouts were registered and only two teams scored as many as three TDs against the Tiger defensive unit. What kind of year was it? Only the best in the school’s football history. A banner year indeed.

THE PEANUT BOWL UWA finsihed the 1968 regular season with a record of 9-1 under Head Coach Morris Higginbotham and was invited to the Peanut Bowl in Dothan, Ala. The Tigers would eventually lose the contest 39-6 in their first-ever meeting with Ouachita Baptist.

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West Alabam a Post se ason Carson-Newman 7 Livingston 7

Livingston North Dakota

November 25, 1972 Jefferson City, Tenn. Livingston’s bid for a second consecutive NAIA National Championship fell just shy as the home Eagles capitalized on a considerable size advantage and rain-soaked conditions to negate a potent Tiger running attack. Carson-Newman opened the scoring with a 10 play, 81-yard touchdown drive for a 7-0 halftime lead. The Tigers answered with a 17-play, 63-yard drive after the break and tied the game at seven. The score remained deadlocked at the end of regulation but the victory was awarded to Carson-Newman according to a controversial NAIA tie break rule in effect at that time. The Tiger offense got inside the Eagle 30 in the last ten minutes of the game but could not convert, as Carson-Newman won its first NAIA National Championship.

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First Downs Rushing Passes Passing Yards Total Offense Punts Fumbles Lost Penalties Livingston 0 Carson-Newman 7

LU 11 45-47 8-16-3 67 114 4-38.0 1 7-85 0 0

CN 11 41-157 3-14-0 61 208 6-36.8 1 10-100 7 0

0 0

7 7

34 14

No. Michigan 28 Livingston 26

November 29, 1975 Grand Forks, N.D. Livingston traveled to the land of ice and snow to battle the number one ranked Fighting Sioux of North Dakota. The much smaller, but quicker, Tigers proved that speed kills, running circles around the cumbersome Sioux to take a 34-14 first round victory. Willie Slater and Alvie Edwards erupted for long fourth quarter touchdown runs to break open a tight ball game.

First Downs Rushing Passing Total Offense Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Livingston North Dakota

LU 17 373 41 414 5-27.5 2-1 7-55 14 0 0 14

ND 18 301 103 404 3-30.6 4-2 7-72 7 0

13 34 0 14

December 6, 1975 Wichita Falls, Texas Appearing for the first time on national television, Livingston jumped out to a 10-0 lead over eventual National Champion Northern Michigan in an NCAA Division II semifinal matchup. The Wildcats answered with a 28-point second quarter barrage, but Livingston battled back to cut the lead to two-points late in the fourth quarter. A costly fumble on the nine-yard line in the closing minutes sealed the Tigers’ fate as Northern Michigan went on to a 28-26 victory. Livingston fumbled seven times and lost four loose balls, nullifying an exceptional offensive performance in which the Tigers racked up 25 first downs and 457 yards in total offense.

First Downs Yards Rushing Yards Passing Total Offense Punts Fumbles-Lost Penalties-Yards Livingston 10 Northern Mich. 0

LU 25 374 83 457 4-30.3 7-4 4-24 6 28

NM 15 85 167 252 6-32.6 1-1 2-35 7 0

3 0

26 28

Scoring Summary CN-Skip Johns, 16 run (David Ward kick) LU-Ronnie Massey, five run (Ronnie Slovensky kick)

Scoring Summary LU-Glenn Johnson, 3 run (James Mullinax kick) LU-A.Z. Burnette, 1 run (Mullinax kick) ND-Brian Grover, 7 run (Tom Przybylski kick) ND-Dale Kasowski, 8 run (Przybylski kick) LU-Ricky Seale, 8 run (Mullinax kick) LU-Willie Slater, 63 run ( Mullinax kick) LU-Alvie Edwards, 49 run (kick blocked)

Scoring Summary LU-James Mullinax, 33 field goal LU-Willie Slater, one run (Mullinax kick) NM-Maurice Mitchell, 57 pass from Steve Mariucci (Dan Harves kick) NM-Zake Fowler, 26 pass from Steve Mariucci (Harves kick) NM-Steve Mariucci, 3 run (Harves kick) NM-Randy Awrey, 2 run (Harves kick) LU-Willie Slater, 5 run (pass no good) LU-Ricky Seale, one run (Mullinax kick) LU-Mullinax, 30 field goal

LU Leaders: Rush--Massey, 12-40 yards Pass--Massey, 8-16-3, 67 yards Receiving--Cartwright, 3-39 yards Defense--Hutcherson, 7-3 tackles

LU Leaders: Rush--Willie Slater, 11-99 yards Pass--Ricky Seale, 1-4-0, 41 yards Receiving--Willie Woods, 1-41 yards Defense--Paul Davis, 8-6 tackles

LU Leaders: Rush--Johnson, 14-89 yards Pass-Seale, 2-9-0, 56 yards Receiving-Harold Wells, 2-45 yards Defense--Waverly Flowers, 8-4

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West A labam a All- Tim e Rost e r -AAbernathy, Charles (68-69) Abner, Mike (87-88) Abston, Richard (65-68) Abston, Tommy (61-63) Acres, Travalas (94) Adair, Sean (87) Adams, Frederick (97) Adams, Herb (51) Adams, J.C. (65-66) Adams, Lorenza (00-02) Adams, Wesley (77) Adams, Wilburn (47) Addison, Norman (64) Adrock, Robert (83-87) Adsit, Tony (80) Agee, Adrian (06-07) Agee, Alvin (08-pres.) Agee, Dedrick (99) Akins, Doug (78) Akins, Glen (87) Akins, John (54-56) Albers, Brian (95-96) Ali, Tariq (05-pres.) Allison, Steven (06) Allen, Caldwell (62) Allen, Delano (08-pres.) Allen, Edwin (53) Allen, Michael (98-00, 02) Allen, Phillip (71) Allen, Ronnie (94) Allen, Steve (86-88) Allen, Terry (07-pres.) Allman, Henry (59-61) Amerson, Vernon (92-93) Amos, Joseph (01-04) Anderson, Anthony (00) Anderson, Carlton (83-84) Anderson, Charles (48-51) Anderson, Darren (87) Anderson, James (65-66) Anderson, Lacy (80) Anderson, Lawrence (73-76) Anderson, Tony (80) Andreoli, Dale (93) Andrews, Glenn (59) Andrews, Porky (56) Araiinejad, Mo (04-07) Archer, Winfield (62) Armistad, Vonny (99) Armstrong, Anthony (88-91) Arnette, Chris (75) Arnold, Willie (78-81) Ashley, Ronnie (78-82) Askew, Derrick (96-99) Askew, W. T. (46) Aubey, Virgil (52) Austin, Ricky (73-75) Autrey, Jimmy (51-53) Autrey, Tim (07-pres.) Avery, Jacobi (06-pres.) Avinger, Harold (52-54) -B-

Badger, Tony (98-01) Badon, Aaron (93) Baggett, Vernon (63-66) Bagwell, Russell (91) Bailey, Carey (77-78) Bailey, Randy (74-77) Bailey, Sam (79-80) Baker, Dominic (03) Ballard, Arthur (46) Ballard, Wesley (05-06) Bandy, Rich (88) Banks, Alfred (86-90) Banks, Justin (01) Barker, Billy (54-56) Barker, Billy F. (56-57) Barnes, Antonio (90) Barnes, Kenneth (81, 83) Barnett, Jonathan (03) Barrett, Scott (00) Barron, Reginald (84) Barrs, James (50) Bass, Allen (55-56) Bass, Billy (52) Bates, Bill (52) Bates, George (98-01) Bates, Hugh (46) Baylor, Dameon (08-pres.) Beard, Brad (96-97) Beck, Chris (03) Beckham, Sean (89) Beebe, Rocky (80-81) Bell, George (46) Bell, Ricky (08-pres.) Belt, Adonis (92-93) Benavidez, Johnny (70-73) Benn, Michael (81) Bennett, Armando (80) Bennett, Danny (76) Benson, Jerry (53-55) Bentley, Mickey (80-83) Benton, Andy (95) Berry, Tim (89-90) Berry, Tyrone (84) Berryman, James (68-72) Beshears, Buddy (66-67) Bevill, Richard (04-05) Billings, Harold (52) Billingsley, Danny (91) Bilodeau, Andrew (57) Bing, Fred (88-89) Birchfield, Steve (77-80) Bitowf, Chase (07-pres.) Black, Adam (03) Black, Eric (91) Black, Jimmy (75-78) Blackburn, Eddie (89) Blackburn, Hugh (62) Blake, Charles (67-68) Blake, Eddie (71-72) Blake, Wayland (69) Blanks, Cedric (92) Bledsoe, Barry (68-72) Bobo, Scott (89-92) Boggs, Ed (51)

Boland, Robert (52) Boler, Jonathan (98-01) Bonner, Byron (77) Bonner, Doug (79) Bonner, Jimmy (76, 78-79) Bonner, Jimmy (82-83) Booker, Keith (86) Booker, Keith (01) Boone, Douglas (50-51) Boothe, Glenn (98) Boothe, Verner (53-56) Borden, Chad (00-01) Borden, Lynn (73) Bordon, Gary (69) Bosarge, Kenneth (83-84) Boss, Tom (79) Boswell, Bobby (53-54) Boswell, Joseph (01) Boswell, Larry (56) Bowen, Quentin (07-pres.) Bowman, Charles (66-69) Boyd, Jules (75) Boyd, Louie (66) Boyd, Tracy (89-90) Boyette, L.R. (63-64) Bradford, Bernard (50-52) Bradford, Steve (93) Bradley, Horace (78-81) Bradley, Mark (80) Bradley, Rayshaun (00) Brady, David (72) Bragen, Dale (72) Brand, Walter (64) Brandt, Richard (84-85) Braxton, Terence (97) Breazeale, Bob (64) Brent, Quentin (90-93) Bridges, Michael (83, 85-87) Britton, T.C. (55) Broadway, Sean (87, 90-91) Brooks, Alan (65) Brooks, Bill (48) Brooks, Jeffrey (81) Brooks, Johnny (84-85) Brooks, Pat (89) Brooks, Randy (81-84) Brooks, Scott (79) Brooks, Todd (95-96) Broom, William (68) Brown, Billy (57-58) Brown, Brian (96, 98-00) Brown, Buck (49) Brown, Clarence (04) Brown, Curtis (84) Brown, Darrell (02) Brown, Frank (61-62) Brown, Gene (78-80) Brown, Jimmy (65-66) Brown, John (63-65) Brown, John (81-82) Brown, Lee (80) Brown, Mark (80) Brown, Michael (93) Brown, Ricky, (74-78)

Brown, Rod (01) Brown, Shawn (99-00) Brown, Thomas (08-pres.) Brown, Tony (85-89) Brown, Tony (03) Brown, Zel (83-86) Browning, Billy (89) Bruce, Kim (72) Brunson, Wayne (65-67) Bryan, Tom (73) Bryant, Bakari (01-03) Bryant, Bobby (95-96) Bryant, David (71-73) Bufford, Bowling (49) Bullard, John (87-89) Bullard, Todd (94) Bullock, Antoine (07-08) Bullock, Mance (99) Bullock, Marlon (50-51) Buonocore, Jimmy (56-59) Burch, Cass (79) Burke, Ken (76) Burkett, Michael (99-02) Burks, Jacob (08-pres.) Burnett, A.Z. (74-76) Burns, Hunter (86-90) Burns, John (63) Burnsed, Roy (99) Burrows, Patrick (06) Burt, Terry (58-59) Burtram, Benny (68-71) Busby, Greg (96) Busby, Jr., Howard (68-69) Bush, Pete (99-00) Butler, Don (67) Butler, Gregg (83-85) Butler, Tonya (03-04) Buxton, Perry (02-04) Byrd, Jerome (03) -CCaffey, Tim (89) Cain, Jim (66) Caldwell, Butch (79-80) Caldwell, Steve (73-74) Caldwell, Tom (67-68) Calloway, Joe (82-83) Calvert, Corey (87-91) Cameron, Alvin (82) Cameron, Howard (07-pres.) Cameron, Willie (77-80) Campbell, Lanier (58-59) Campbell, Pat (90) Campbell, Roy (87-90) Campbell, Terrance (03-07) Cannon, James (53-54) Canterberry, Brent (93-94) Canterberry, Trent (93) Cantrell, Adam (01) Capehart, Aaron (85) Capobianco, Pete (76) Carlton, Billie Jo (48) Carlyle, Leon (82-85) Carman, Matt (90-93)

TIGER FOOTBALL

Carpenter, Steve (80) Carpenter, William (46-47) Carter, Barry (93) Carter, Bill (64) Carter, Chris (08-pres.) Cartlidge, Jimmy (65) Carlisle, Chris (07-pres.) Cartwright, Thomas (68, 70-72) Carvalis, Leo (65) Casher, Cedric (80) Cason, Marvin (83) Cassidy, Cary (67) Castleberry, David (90) Causey, Tom (88-91) Cavnar, Mike (87-88) Chamberlain, Don (65) Chambless, Tony (74) Chambilss, Bryon (49) Chance, Larry (60) Chappell, Orlando (92-95) Charles, Carl (94) Chastang, Brent (86-90) Chavers, Buck (58) Chewning, Wayne (68) Childers, Kenneth (80-83) Childers, Randy (68-69) Childress, Mark (85-88) Christensen, Raymond (58-59) Christian, Julius (46) Cichon, Austin (08-pres.) Cistrunk, Zedric (91-92) Clark, Bob (71-73) Clark, Chris (06) Clark, Cliff (85) Clark, Dennis (68) Clark, Edward (05-06) Clark, Efram (78) Clark, Stanley (81) Clark, Tom (91-93) Clark, Travis (57-60) Clark, William (88-90) Clayton, Bobby (93-96) Clecker, Steve (91) Clements, Woody (46) Clemmons, Louis (01) Cleveland, Steve (90) Coach, Chris (05-06) Coaker, Chris (91-95) Coats, Andy (70-72) Cobb, Cliff (97-00) Cobb, Donald (65) Cochran, Chad (94-97) Cofer, Michael (94) Coffee, James (67) Coger, Warren (00) Cohen, Larry (61-62) Colburn, Billy (66) Cole, Darrell (76) Cole, Gary (94-96) Cole, Mike (91-92) Coley, Vincent (07-pres.) Coleman, Cedrick (98-01) Coleman, Curtis (76-80) Coleman, George (64)

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Coleman, Johnny (59) Coleman, Marc (01) Coley, Billy (47-50) Coley, Bobby (50-53) Coley, Jerry (57) Colgorve, Raymond (46) Colleton, Dan (94) Collins, Clint (91-95) Collins, Harold (46) Collins, Jack (47) Collins, James (78-79) Collins, Kreston (02) Collins, Namon (85-88) Collins, Robert (84-88) Colyar, Rick (89-91) Combs, David (87) Compton, Lee (62-63) Connell, Anthony (06-07) Conway, Dennis (72) Cook, Alvin (05-06) Cook, Howard (63) Cook, Laramie (02-04) Cook, Tony (76-77) Cook, Trederick (98) Cook, Zach (02) Cooks, Rodney (89) Cooper, Bob (57, 59-61) Cooper, Darrell (82) Cooper, Dickie (65) Cooper, Jon (01-04) Cooper, Joseph (06-pres.) Cooper, Jordan (57) Cooper, Reginal (54, 57-58) Cooper, Ted (47-48) Cooper, Tony (53-55) Corder, Keith (87, 90-91) Cordor, Randy (72) Corless, Jr., Richard (68) Corlett, Duane (98) Corn, Edsel (50) Cornel, Brian (91) Cornelius, Lew (62-63) Cornelius, Russell (00-01) Cornelius, Teddy (62-63) Corpus, Steve (92) Cotton, Charles (55) Cotton, David (50-53) Cotton, Melvin (02-03) Cowart, Tommy (87, 89) Cox, Danny (67) Cox, Danny (71) Cox, Jamey (02-03) Cox, Tom (91-93) Craig, Jason (87-89) Crane, Michael (94) Cranford, Buddy (55-56) Crawford, Kevin (72-73) Crawford, Marcine (04) Crawford, Mike (84-87) Crawford, Ronnie (78-79) Crigger, Van (66-67) Crocker, Lynn (66-67) Cromer, P.J. (82-86) Crook, Rex (80)

Crouch, Josh (01-04) Crow, Doug (72) Crowe, Daniel (07-pres.) Cruise, Chris (98) Cummings, George (62) Cunningham, Buddy (75-77, 79) Cunningham, Fred (84) Currin, Kenneth (54) -DDaCosta, Kellen (04-06) Dailey, Cameron (08-pres.) Dailey, Courtney (07-pres.) Dallas, Lebron (91) Daniels, Bobby (55-56) Daniels, Cedric (92-93) Daniels, Connie (87) Daprano, Bill (52) Darling, Raymon (87-88) Dasinger, Mike (52) Dates, Mike (87) Daughtry, Nekylah (00) Davidson, Heath (99) Davis, Ben (00-02) Davis, Charles (58) Davis, David (79) Davis, Gerard (87-90) Davis, Grey (05-07) Davis, Harvey (85-87) Davis, James (63-65) Davis, Jerrell (98-01) Davis, Lester (63) Davis, Marvin (93) Davis, Paul (72-75) Davis, Robert (61-64) Davis, Steve (72-74) Davis, Thamus (04-06) Davis, Warren (50) Davison, Kevin (91) Day, Jared (02-05) Dawson, Curtis (08-pres.) Dean, David (75-78) Dean, Mark (80-82) Deas, Herman (51) Deavors, Marshall (84-88) Deeds, Billy (89) DeFleron, Randall (83) Degallerie, Kent (03) Dejerinett, Dami (05-06) Deloney, Andy (89) Dennis, Rhett (84, 88) DeRamus, Crendal (97-00) Dewards, Waymon (77) Dickerson, Brian (02) Dickinson, Jessie (05-pres.) Dickson, Jay (97-00) Diehl, Doug (84-85) Diggs, Sheddrick (05-06) Dill, Joey (90) Dillard, Carlton (73) Dixon, John (84) Dixon, Robert (81-82) Dixon, Wes (79-82) Dodson, John (46-47)

Doggett, Bandon (01) Doggett, Jim (84) Dohoney, Bryan (02, 04) Dorman, Charles (61-64) Doss, Mike (68-69) Dotson, Hub (47-48) Douglas, J. D. (08-pres.) Douglass, John (87-91) Douville, Hallett (65, 68-70) Downey, Justin (04) Drake, Demitrius (84-85) Drinkard, Bill (61-63) Drinkard, Tim (78-79) Drummond, Pat (85-88) Duarte, J.J. (07-pres.) Dubois, Fred (50-53) Dubose, Tony (78) Ducar, Stephen (68) Duck, Graydon (56) Dueitt, Donald (52) Duffey, Bobby (79) Duffy, Richard (84) Duke, Steve (63-64) Dukes, Demetrius (93) Dulaney, Michael (83) Duncan, Alan (77) Duncan, Jimmy (70-72) Dunn, Johnny (79) Durant, Malcolm (95) Durkin, Marvin (65) -EEast, Jimmy (60) Edgar, Brandon (96-98) Edmundson, Carlos (77) Edwards, Alvie (75) Edwards, Bill (61) Edwards, Gary (70) Edwards, Larry (91) Egbert, Bill (63) Eiland, James (61) Eiland, Shelby (81) Epps, Andre (03-pres.) Elam, Jeremy (98) Elam, Ray (62) Eller, Darrell (80) Ellett, Boots (89-91) Elliot, Charles (62-63) Elliott, Joe (59-61) Ellis, Fred (50, 54) Ellis, Gil (84) Ellis, Jimmy (65-66) Ellison, Bearneal (71-72) Ellison, Chris (90-92) Ellison, Gene (61-64) Ellison, Zeb (03-04) Elmore, Gene (49) Elmore, Tony (71) Elmore, Verdo (50-51, 54) Eltz, John (81) Ely, Brian (92-96) Ely, Daniel (96) Englert, Craig (74) Englisg, Jasper (86)

Epps, Andre (06-07) Ervin, Darius (05-pres.) Essig, Brandon (94-97) Evans, Bob (54-55) Everage, James (60) Evans, Xavian (88) Ewings, Curtis (80-82) Ezell, Claude (48-50) Ezell, P.J. (04) -FFails, Jerry (51-52) Farley, Sam (04-06) Fatu, Jonathan (03) Fatu, Josh (03-05) Faulk, Robert (46-47) Faulkner, Homer (67-69) Faumuina, Talopa (84) Fawbush, James (68) Fayard, Mark (86) Felston, Carvin (08) Fender, Rusty (79-81) Fergerson, David (80) Ferras, Julian (61) Fetner, Melvin (48) Fields, Andrew (83-85) Fields, Tommy (60) Figueroa, Steven (08-pres.) Fincher, Kaul (46-48) Finklea, Johnny (54) Finlayson, Don (53-56) Flack, Jason (94-97) Flanders, David (77) Flournoy, Robert (60) Flowers, Jason (98) Flowers, Steve (77, 79-80) Flowers, Waverly (74-75) Floyd, Demond (90) Fogg, Carl (76) Follin, Red (56) Fontaine, Mitford (74-75) Forbes, Deatrick (91, 93) Ford, James (98) Ford, Mark (78-80) Ford, Ricky (75-78) Foret, John (89-90) Fort, Chris (07-pres.) Foster, Mike (82-86) Foster, Sammy (03) Foster, Shane (89-92) Fox, Joe (46) Fox, Tom (65) Frasier, Stan (52-53) Frederick, Albert (91-92) Free, Rudy (98-00) Freeman, Alvin (79-80) Freeman, Jamie (96) Fuller, Frank (65-66) Fuller, Roger (61-62) Funderburk, Tallie (51) Fussell, Richard (59) Fuqua, Cedric (93) Fuqua, Mark (80-82) -G-

TIGER FOOTBALL

Gaines, Kip (88-91) Gaines, Tom (64-65) Gales, Gerald (01-03) Galligar, Bill (84-85) Gamble, Deangelo (04) Gant, Adrian (71-73) Gant, Jon (86-90) Gardner, Bryant (93) Gardner, James (05-07) Garmon, Michael (87) Garner, Jim (49-51) Garrett, Alvin (04-pres.) Garrett, Harold (72) Garrett, Mike (72) Garza, Leonel (70-71) Gaskin, Byron (04-07) Gaston, Hamp (66) Gaston, Mason (89) Gedwood, Conelius (90) Gentry, Chase (03-04) Geohagen, Matt (02-04) George, Robert (73) Gevert, Jean Pierre (03) Gibbs, Ricky (73-74) Gibson, Charlie (47-48) Giddens, Zach (02-05) Gillian, Ken (67) Gillespie, LaMorris (92-93) Gilliland, Brett (00-03) Gilliland, Ronnie (68-71) Gilmore, Al (01) Gilmore, Bob (73-75) Gilmore, P.J. (01-03) Gilpin, Chuck (72-74) Girton, Paul (03-06) Givens, Ronnie (89) Glanton, Robert (82-85) Glanton, Ronnie (84-87) Glass, Bobby (85-89) Glaze, Donnell (84) Glaze, Howard (83) Glenn, Charlie (94-97) Glenn, Tim (87) Glover, Jino (03) Godwin, Gary (80-81) Goggins, Jerome (82-85) Goode, Dusty (88-92) Goodman, Harold (73-75) Goodman, John (84) Goodson, Craig (94-98) Goodwin, Raphael (01) Gordon, Ken (73) Gordon, Rodney (79) Gosa, Ricky (84-85) Grabert, Herman (52) Gracie, Dusty (07) Gracie, Jack (61) Gragg, Mike (85) Graham, Douglas (59-62) Graham, Lorenzo (84-87) Graham, Nathan (61-62) Graham, Ronald (73-75) Graham, Vasily (95-98 Granberry, Kendrick (99, 01)


West A labam a All- Tim e Rost e r Grantham, Don (89) Graves, Charles (91) Graves, Curtis (00) Gravitt, Tim (76-77) Gray, Curtis (86-87) Grayson, Corey (97) Grayson, Randy (97) Green, Jermaine (96) Green, Mike (71) Green, Mike (75-78) Green, Phillip (03) Grey, Mitchell (63) Grice, William (04-07) Griffin, Caleb (97) Griffin, Fred (83) Griffin, James (66) Griggs, Mike (86-89) Grimes, Ferrell (65-67) Grimes, Mark (89) Grimsley, Andrew (94-96) Grisby, Baxter (06) Griswold, Joel (52-54) Groce, Clint (93) Groover, Richard (81-84) Gross, Nolan (55) Guidry, Terry (94-96) Guilbeau, Steven (97) Gunderson, Larry (87) Gunnerson, Derrick (86-89) Gunter, Ronnie (68, 71) Gurley, Matt (96-99) Guy, Kevin (91-95) Gwin, Eddie (81) -HHaigler, Patrick (03) Hagler, George (52-54) Hale, Morrison (66) Hale, Neil (57) Hale, Richard (66) Haley, Andrew (01) Haley, Lonnie (61-62) Hall, Bobby Joe (60-61) Hall, Rodney (91, 93) Halladay, Berry (63-66) Hallman, Tim (79) Hamby, Junior (61-62) Hamil, Hugo (46-48) Hamilton, Bill (49-50) Hamilton, Jackie (75-76) Hamilton, Lance (02) Hamilton, Ralph (46) Hamilton, Tradexter (05-06) Hamlett, Monte (55-56) Hammock, Hoyt (57-59) Hammond, Leslie (60-61) Hammond, Marty (93-96) Hampton, Calvin (98-02) Hamrick, Brad (83) Hand, Kenneth (72-75) Hankins, Jack (91-95) Hannah, Clay (90) Hannah, Ron (76-78) Harbison, Ritchie (89-92)

Hardy, Brian (78) Harper, Marshon (92-95) Harper, Terry (73-74) Harrell, Garad (97-99) Harrell, Trey (00-01) Harris, Art (85) Harris, Kelly (85-88) Harris, Porter (67) Harris, Randy (80) Harrison, Charles (75-76) Harrison, Christian (87-88) Harrison, Ganus (57-58) Harrison, Korwin (89-93) Harrison, Shane (88-91) Harrison, Vondrick (83-84) Hart, Charles (65-66) Harter, Will (01-04) Harwell, Chris (01) Harwell, Rusty (81-83) Hassard, Tim (80-81) Hatton, Travis (89) Hawkins, Jason (08-pres.) Hay, Bart (80) Hay, Bumper (94) Hayden, Derrick (83-85, 87) Hayes, Casey (00) Hayes, David (91) Hayes, Dick (49) Hayes, Jimmy (81) Hayes, Kevin (93) Haynes, Darry (62) Hazelton, Harrell (83) Head, Carroll (59-60) Headley, Mike (73-76) Hearn, Montreall (98-99) Heath, Billy (65) Heatherly, Moe (77-79) Heaton, Mark (97-00) Heeter, Gabe (75-79) Helveston, Ronnie (95) Henders, James (53-54) Henders, Walter (50-53) Henderson, Chris (91) Henderson, Darrell (93) Henderson, Keith (87-89) Henderson, Kyle (99, 01-02) Henderson, Ross (07-pres.) Henderson, Ulice (77) Hendricks, Eric (06-pres.) Hendricks, Ricky (77) Hendrix, Jamey (79-80, 84) Henry, Bill (64-66) Hentosa, Rodd (94) Herbert, Ricky (65) Herring, Maurice (94-95, 97-98) Herring, Stanley (64) Hess, John (96-99) Hester, Tim (73) Hewett, Huey (58) Hicks, Derek (88) Hicks, Matt (92, 94) Hicks, Travis (49-50) Hilburn, Mark (90-91, 93-94) Hildebrand, Bob (56-57)

Higgenbotham, Bill (61) Hill, Brian (93) Hill, Earnest (92-95) Hill, Michael (87-88) Hill, Russell (98-99) Hill, William (46) Hiller, David (82, 84) Hilliker, Chris (88-91) Hines, Brandon (06) Hinson, Vince (50-51) Hirni, James (64) Hitson, Archie (48-51) Hixson, Paul (73-74) Hobson, Billy (54-55) Hodges, Marcus (97) Hodges, Mark (84) Hoffman, Tommy (71-72) Hogan, Jerry (70-72) Hogan, Justin (98) Hogan, Raphael (06, 08) Holcomb, Ruburel (77) Holcomb, Wayne (73) Holden, Frank (63) Holifield, Sammie (91) Holland, Joe B. (54-56) Holland, Joe E. (54-55) Holliday, Lee (56, 58) Holliday, Nick (00) Hollinger, Johnnie Mac (72-75) Hollingshead, Tim (76) Hollins, Raymond (87) Hollis, Joe (79-82) Holloway, A.J. (05-06) Holmes, Garry (72-75) Holmes, Terry (82-83) Holmes, Tony (71, 73-75) Holmes, Wexton (59) Holt, Keith 67-68) Holt, Steve (83-85, 87) Horne, Brett (00-01) Horne, Hobert (76) Horton, Harold (90-91) Horton, James (83-86) House, Markessus (03) Houston, Cory (04) Houston, Nolaski (95-96) Howard, Gary (72) Howard, Jesse (52-53) Howell, Bentley (66) Howell, James (46) Howell, Mike (78) Howell, Pat (87) Howell, Ronnie (61) Howell, Terry (65-67) Hoy, Mike (81) Hubbard, David (67) Huddleston, Jason (00) Hudson, Kerry (07-pres.) Huerkamp, Deron (85, 87-88) Hughley, Otis (84-85) Hughston, Sam (59) Hunt, Greg (91) Hunt, Randall (04-08) Hunter, Darwin (81-84)

Hunter, Lorenzo (85-88) Hurst, Hubert (79-82) Hutcherson, Ken (71-73) Hutchins, Pablo (89) Hyche, Steve (85-88) Hydrick, Charles (72) -IIllig, Tom (81) Ingram, Jr., James (68) Ingram, Utavius (02-06) Irvin, Tommy (75) Isbell, Terry (83) Ivy, Willie (88-91) -JJackson, A.J. (02) Jackson, Al (91-92) Jackson, Andrew (99) Jackson, Bernard (79-80) Jackson, Cecil (01) Jackson, J.J. (95) Jackson, Johnny (01-02) Jackson, Ken (84-85, 87-88) Jackson, Leonard (82-83) Jackson, Maurice (02) Jackson, Robert (85) Jackson, Robert (91) Jackson, Ronnie (94-97) Jackson, Rudy (93) Jackson, Sergio (97) Jackson, Tommy (82) Jackson, Quintin (00-03) Jackson, Warren (94) Jacobs, Stanley (76) James, Jr., Charles (68) James, Craig (02) James, Earlie (75) James, Lowell (57-58) James, Michael (97-98) James, Robbie (69-70) James, Jr., Robert (68, 71) James, Teryl (07-pres) Jamison, Robert (99) Jarrett, Jeremy (99) Jarvis, Lee (89-91) Jeffcoat, Jay (68-70) Jeffcoat, Jeremy (01-02) Jefferson, Don (75-77) Jeffries, Duward (06-07) Jenkins, Derrick (96) Jenkins, Eric (01) Jenkins, John (75) Jenkins, Lonnie (97) Jenkins, Rozell (81-85) Jenkins, Ryan (97-00) Jennings, Curtis (47) Jennings, Don (60-63) Jennings, Raymond (64) Jennings, Sam (46) Jenrette, Pat (01-02) Johnson, Anthony (06) Johnson, Bill (62-65) Johnson, Dan (94-96)

TIGER FOOTBALL

Johnson, Danny (80) Johnson, David (73-75) Johnson, Demetrius (96) Johnson, Deon (98) Johnson, Dennis (91) Johnson, Derrick (02-03) Johnson, Doug (93-94) Johnson, Duane (68-70) Johnson, Glenn (73-76) Johnson, Glenn (83-87) Johnson, Jack (85-88) Johnson, LaDarian (00) Johnson, Leon (77) Johnson, Mike (80-83) Johnson, Paul (90) Johnson, Ronnie (65) Johnson, Ryan (98-99) Johnson, Timothy (96) Johnson, William T. (54) Johnson, William W. (54) Johnson, William (01) Johnson, Zeno (99) Johnston, Tony (88) Jolley, David (73-77) Jones, Arthur (82) Jones, Benny (73-74, 76) Jones, Bill (67) Jones, Carlos (99) Jones, Darious (08-pres.) Jones, Drayton (03) Jones, Gene (88-89) Jones, Jack (47-50) Jones, Jerry (83) Jones, Jimmy (51-53, 56) Jones, John (46) Jones, John (94-95, 97) Jones, Josh (04-08) Jones, Justin (02) Jones, Kenneth (85-88) Jones, Kenny (76) Jones, Kenny (95) Jones, Larry (07-pres.) Jones, Melvin (83) Jones, Omar (93) Jones, Randall (00-01, 03-04) Jones, Ronnie (74-76) Jones, Ryan (08-pres.) Jones, Shadie (05) Jones, Tommy (74) Jonthus, Joslet (00) Jordan, Herman (52-54) Jordan, Walter (91) Judge, Ra-Shun (01-03) Judson, Terrella (83) Julian, Ralph (70-72) -KKachros, Tom (47-48) Kay, Tom (80-83) Kearse, James (57) Kebodeaux, Trevor (02) Keef, Phillip (99-00) Keeney, Herman (48-50) Kelley, Domenik (02)

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Kelley, James (54) Kelley, Jerry (76) Kelley, Tim (03-06) Kellman, Doug (81-83) Kelly, Britton (56-59) Kelly, David (86-90) Kelly, Jimmy (57-58) Kelly, Kevin (87-90) Kelly, Rich (93) Kelly, Steve (68-69) Keltner, Clint (66) Kemp, Rickey (71) Kendall, Leonard (90-91) Kendrick, Cedric (97) Kennedy, Kurt (07-08) Key, Lorenzo (94-96) Key, Ted (69) Kidd, Hugh (86) Kidd, Tony (92-93) Kilgore, Gerald (49) Kilpatrick, Tommy (81-82) Kimbrough, Jim (51-52) Kimbrough, Rod (98) Kiner, Kelly (80-84) King, B.J. (02-04) King, Chauncy (90) King, Foy (65-66) King, Lawrence (61) King, Mike (72) King, Stanley (75-77) Kinsler, Henry (85) Kircharr, Paul (89) Kirkman, Reggie (71-72) Kirkus, Chad (91) Kitchen, Ames (61-62) Kitching, Lester (46-48) Kizziah, Buster (72) Klima, Chris (92-93) Klima, Kevin (92-93) Knowlton, Harold (46-49) Knox, Dale (92-93) Kohn, Jonathan (05-pres.) Koon, Clay (47-48) Kondylis, Stelio (90) Kornegay, Floyd (46) Koutroulis, Jim (62-63) Kramer, Adam (98-99) Kyles, Artega (84-86) -LLackley, Ben (91, 93-94) LaCoste, Randy (66-67) LaCoste, Robin (70-73) Lagergren, Axel (71) Lagergren, Walter (71) Lakes, Barry (79) Lambert, John (84-86) Lance, Matt (89-93) Landers, Jessie (46) Lang, Greg (83-84) Lang, Joe (90-91) Langston, Norris (72-73) Langston, Terry (90-92) Lard, Terry (98)

Lasseter, Tony (88) Latham, James (58) Laton, Lloyd (55) Lavander, Matt (02-04) Law, Daryl (85-89) Lawley, Lee (94) Lawrence, Bertram (55) Lawrence, Bragg (87-90) Lawson, Donald (76) League, Dennis (77) Leatherwood, Hewlett (46-47) Ledbetter, Mentral (07-08) Ledbetter, Nathan (99) Ledford, Julian (87-88) Ledkins, Mike (71) Lee, Erik (01-04) Lee, Jett (80) Lee, John (79) Lee, Russ (94) Lee, Tony (84) Lee, Will (99) Lemaster, Bill (72) Levatte, Ronnell (93) Leverett, Charles (52-53, 55-57) Levett, Patrick (05-07) Levy, Terry (08-pres.) Lewis, Billy (54-56) Lewis, Brian (93) Lewis, Chris (03) Lewis, Eddie (76) Lewis, Jerry (81) Lewis, Marc (89) Lewis, Melvin (90) Lewis, R.J. (00-01) Lewis, Shadren (00) Lightfoot, Larry (71-73) Lindsey, Frank (77-78) Lindsey, Jay (04-pres.) Lindsey, Matt (99) Lindsey, Mickey (74-75) Little, Eddie (47-49) Littles, Kenny (83-86) Livingston, Billy (55) Livingston, Joe (74) Locket, Darrell (92-93) Lockett, Marvin (85) Loftis, Tommy (89-91) Logiotatos, Tim (79-80) Lomax, Andy (81, 84-86) London, Oliver (91) Long, Derrick (90) Long, Mark (88-90) Looney, Clifton (46-47) Lopez, Armando (76-78) Lott, Cleveland (58-60) Louallen, Fletcher (80-83) Loudermilk, Brad (94) Lowrey, Milford (57) Love, Greg (96-98) Lovely, Lorin (01) Lowe, Lee (00) Lowlavar, Matt (00) Loyed, Roger (87) Lucky, Bill (67)

Luker, Wilbur (60) Luten, Joe (51-52) Lymon, Jarvis (03) -MMack, Edwin (83-85) Maddox, Bryant (50) Maddox, Matt (00-01) Madison, Jeremy (90-91) Madison, Willie (68) Magee, Darionne (93-94) Magourik, Kevin (97) MaGouyrk, David (68-71) Mahaffey, John (71) Malette, Sam (53-54) Mallard, Maurice (83-84) Mallard, Randall (78-79) Mallard, Randall (81-82) Mallett, James (60) Mallory, Enoch (94-96) Mallory, Julian (07-pres.) Malone, Herbie (71-73) Maner, Brian (85, 87) Manigo, Craig (91) Mann, Milton Von (55) Mansour, Tim (78-81) Marlow, Bryant (01-02) Maroney, Hubbard (53) Marsh, Styron (88) Marshall, Ray (02) Martin, Charles (80-82) Martin, Daryl (92) Martin, Gerald (85) Martinez, Gerry (91) Mashburn, Telfair (67-70) Mason, Bob (62) Mason, Cliff (72-73) Mason, Cole (07-08) Massengale, Bobby (80) Massey, James (66-69) Massey, Larry (66-69) Massey, Ronny (71-73) Massey, Walt (89) Mathis, Allen (00) Matthews, DeAntuan (05-pres.) May, Albert (46) May, Jeremy (05-pres.) May, Shaun (02) May, Travis (00) Mayo, Ron (01, 03) McAfee, Bobby (83-86) McAfee, Jay (83-86) McBeath, Lacey (00-01) McBride, Kidane (05-06) McCall, Doyle (50-51) McCall, George (51-52) McCants, DeMarion (98-99) McCants, Eric (04-07) McCarty, Marcus (06-07) McClelland, Willie (92-93) McCleod, Curtis (59) McClure, Chris (89-91) McCollum, Truman (98) McCorkle, Sam (71-73)

McCoy, Bobby (79-82) McCrory, Eddie (01-04) McCulley, Leland (80-84) McCullough, Lance (06-07) McDaniel, Joe (63) McDaniel, Will (03-pres.) McDonald, A.R. (50) McDonald, Eric (08-pres.) McDonald, Mardy (94-95, 97-98) McDougald, Byron (75) McElrath, Matt (00-01) McElroy, Kevin (94-95) McFarland, Larry (71-72) McGarry, Matt (02) McGee, Walter (46-47) McGhee, Kidd (92) McGill, Charles (68-69) McGill, Steve (71-72) McIntosh, J.W. (46) McKenzie, Norris (81-85) McLendon, Reggie (87) McLendon, Wayne (66) McMillan, Josh (98) McMillian, Chip (79) McNair, Bill (58-60) McNellage, Walt (76) McNorton, W.L. (57) McRath, Gerald (83-84) McShane, Michael (03) McVay, Raynardo (02-pres.) McWhorter, Steve (77-78) Meadow, Joe (96) Meadows, Mark (71) Meadows, Rick (74) Meriwether, Pat (80-81) Merritte, Derrick (84, 87-88) Messer, Jimmy (77, 79) Micacchione, Alexander (68) Miles, Dennis (77-81) Miles, George (68-71) Miles, Mike (92-93) Millard, Todd (93) Miller, Brad (91) Miller, Chuck (81) Miller, Michael (93) Miller, Orville (73-75) Miller, Randy (79) Miller, Rich (92) Miller, Rob (03-04) Miller, Stephen (93-97) Milligan, Markeelus (93) Milligan, Ronnie (64) Mills, Chris (99-02) Milner, John (60) Minor, Horace (71) Minter, Will (01) Minus, Jack (54) Mitchell, Arthur (46-47) Mitchell, Cameron (95-98) Mitchell, Chris (99-00) Mitchell, David (59) Mitchell, David (81) Mitchell, Eddie (59) Mitchell, Mike (06-08)

TIGER FOOTBALL

Mobley, Jeff (79) Monroe, Chris (93) Montgomery, Carlos (03-04) Moody, David (94-97) Mooney, Wayne (81) Moore, Bobby (61-64) Moore, Bobby (77-78) Moore, Charles (73) Moore, Clay (51-52) Moore, Fred (84) Moore, John (48-51) Moore, Marcus (02) Moore, Randy (74) Moore, Wayne (58) Moorer, John (50-51) Morales, Henry (96-99) Morgan, Andrew (89) Morgan, J.V. (52-53) Morris, Craig (87-88) Morris, Jimmy (72) Morris, Tim (78) Morrison, Mike (72-76) Morrissette, Nick (91-95) Morrow, Russell (68) Moseley, Esker (58-60) Moseley, Roland (59-60) Mosley, Sam (05-08) Mosely, Steve (87) Mosley, Kenny (97-88) Moss, Michael (94) Moss, Newell (65) Mott, Roger (48-50) Moulds, Ryan (94) Moye, Sanford (80) Mueller, Conrad (73) Mullinax, James (75-78) Mundy, Ricky (00) Murphy, Bob (54-57) Murray, Jamarcus (00) Muse, John (87) Myers, Don (76) Myers, Marcus (93) -NNail, Greg (84) Narramore, Kenneth (74) Neal, Ben (02-04) Neal, Chuck (79-82) Neal, Todd (79) Neel, Philip (46-47) Neill, Shelby (06) Nell, Carlton (62-64) Nellums, Bobby (51) Nelson, Bobby (75) Nelson, Donald (68) Nelson, Herman (60-61) Nelson, Mike (93) Nelson, Tony (03) Nettles, Aaron (01-03) Nettles, Abrery (01) Nettles, Henry (55-58) Nettles, Joe (71) New, Jeremy (02-03) Newton, Larry (55-58)


West A labam a All- Tim e Rost e r Newton, Roger (64) Neyrey, Neil (00) Nichols, Jeff (83-84) Nichols, Randy (74) Nick, Carey (96-98) Nick, Jeff (90-91) Nix, Buddy (57-60) Noel, Bill (76) Nordan, Bobby (78) Norris, Dustin (99-02) Norris, Elja (83-84) Norris, James (68) Norris, Mitchell (74) Norton, Don (59) Norton, Paul (06-pres.) -OObnstead, Josh (94) Oden, Donte (02-04) Office, Kendrick (97-00) Oglesby, Kenneth (79-82) Oglesby, Tony (83-86) Oliver, Shay (87-90) O’Neal, Bill (80) O’Neal, Pat (80) O’Neil, Jackie (73-76) Ortega, Chris (04-pres.) Osborne, John (65-66) Outlaw, Ken (94) Overstreet, Jason (89-90) Overstreet, Robert (07-pres.) Overstreet, Travis (06-07) Owens, Brian (87) Owens, Daniel (04-pres.) Owens, Fred (01) Owens, Jesse (53) Owens, Ted (94-97) Owens, Toppy (60) Ozment, Edward (47-48) -PPace, Alfonso (82,84) Pack, Garry (08) Padgitt, Greg (03) Padgitt, Michael (89) Pafford, Thomas (68) Page, Don (66-69) Paige, Javon (91-92) Palmer, Doug (76-79) Panter, Ben (96) Paparelli, Vito (66-69) Parden, Thomas (57, 59-60) Pardlow, Dennis (81-82) Parker, Charles (68) Parker, Jason (93) Parker, Ricky (81-82) Parker, Watt (87-90) Parks, Chuck (90-91) Parnell (67) Parris, Connie (54) Parrish, Wally (65) Parsons, Frank (71) Passmore, Bill (78) Pate, Anthony (01-04)

Patrick, Paul (83-85) Patterson, James (08) Patterson, Matt (05-08) Pauley, Micah (95) Payne, Darrell (94-97) Payne, Perry (56) Payson, Trey (01-02) Peak, Chris (95) Pearce, Edward (06-07) Pearson, Grady (47-50) Pearson, LaVarret (96-99) Pearson, Pat (98-00) Peavy, Jeremy (06-pres) Peeler, Jerry (81) Peeler, Terry (81) Peevy, Fred (65-66) Pelletier, Jason (05-pres.) Pelusi, Jason (93-94) Penn, Johnny (78-81) Pennington, Sonny (61) Penny, Joe (51-52) Peoples, Jr., James (68) Pepper, Simpson (47) Perkins, Bill (54) Permenter, Joseph (08-pres.) Perry, David (81) Perry, Mark (72) Perry, Tyrone (92-93) Perryman, Dwayne (08-pres.) Pestalozzi, John (65-66) Peterson, D’Undray (97-00) Peterson, Glen (91) Peterson, Robert (77-80) Pfeiffer, Ronnie (56-59) Phillips, Anthony (00-03) Phillips, Bobby (48-51) Phillips, Brandon (01-05) Phillips, Carey (95-98) Pickens, Evan (02) Pickering, Andre (00-01) Pierce, Donald (54) Pilkington, Charles (46-48) Pinto, Wesley (05-08) Pippins, Gerry (81-82) Pitts, Jerry (73-75) Plaia, Rocky (60-63) Plant, Justin (97-00) Pledger, Brent (99-00) Pledger, Don (67) Poe, Jason (02) Pollard, Javar (08-pres.) Pollock, Louis (00-01) Pope, Calvin (59) Pope, Clay (83) Pope, Mickey (73) Pope, Paul (67) Porter, Jared (07-pres.) Porter, Richard (57-60) Posey, Steve (83) Powe, Donny (05-06) Powe, Lavanda (08-pres.) Powell, Billy (96-99) Powell, Nelson (66) Powell, Fred (59)

Powers, Joe (74) Prater, Morris (68) Price, Doug (03) Price, Larry (79) Price, Mitchell (79-82) Priest, Mike (98-99) Pritchett, Bob (56-59) Pritchett, Stoney (01-04) Propst, Phillip (80-83) Pruet, George (67-68) Pruett, Gordon (46) Puccio, Phil (66-69) Pugh, Jerry (66-67) Pugh, Lyonell (84) Pugh, Reginald (76, 79-80) Pulley, Ricky (97) -QQuarles, Elliot (72) Querner, John (49-51) -RRagland, Matt (00-01) Rainey, Bill (61-62) Rainwater, Buford (68) Ramey, Richard (83) Ramsey, Allen (50-51) Ramsey, Fred (48-50) Ramsey, Lewis (50-52) Randall, Pickett (51-52) Randolph, Johnny (02-03) Ratliff, David (87-88) Rawlinson, Harry (74-76) Ray, Terry (67-68) Reardon, Mark (83) Reaves, Wayne (94) Reddish, Cecil (49-51) Redmon, Marcus (91-94) Reed, Caleb (05-pres.) Reeves, Albert (82-85) Reeves, James (66) Reiter, James (05-07) Rhodes, Buddy (55-56) Rhodes, John (48) Rice, George (71) Richards, Charlie (48-49) Richards, Jeff (83-86) Richardson, LarRentae (05) Richardson, Ricky (77) Richardson, Will (93) Riddle, Rocky (02) Riggins, Anthony (95) Riles, Jason (05-07) Riley, Pete (83-86) Riley, Reginald (85-89) Rivers, Chris (05-pres.) Rives, Green (71-73) Roach, Will (07-pres.) Robbins, Mark (76) Roberson, Deddrick (00) Roberts, Courtney Roberts, Greg (80) Roberts, Lynn (79) Robinson, Detrick (08-pres.)

Robinson, George (77) Robinson, John (94) Robinson, Rashaun (97-98) Robinson, Robbie (91) Robinson, Thomas (46) Robinson, Ty (89) Robison, Waid (79) Rodriquiz, David (70) Roebuck, Eddie (95-99) Rogers, David (63-64) Rogers, Joe (46) Rogers, Morris (04) Rogers, Raymond (71) Rogers, Tony (78-81) Rolison, Gail (64-65) Rolison, Glen (64) Rooks, Zack (84-86 Ross, Marcus (04) Ross, Tyler (00) Rowe, Tomario (02-03) Rowell, Carvel (62-65) Rowell, Mike (63-64) Royal, Hunter (01) Rozier, Mike (80-84) Rozier, Walter (93) Rudowski, Frank (72-76) Ruffner, Frankie (95) Rush, Deron (00, 02) Russ, Jelani (98) Russell, Frank (54) Russell-Cassell, Lamar (00) Rutherford, Bill (52-53) -SSadler, Hunter (87-88) Saenz, Teddie (72-75) Sallie, Rickie (03-pres.) Salter, Mike (80-82) Salter, William (51) Salter, Woody (88-89) Samuel, J.R. (00) Samuels, Lawrence (89-92) Sanchez, Ken (79-80) Sanders, Billy Bob (68) Sanders, Bobby Joe (59) Sanders, Dawntreal (97-98) Sanders, E.J. (98) Sanders, Raymond (86-88) Sanders, Ryan (04-05) Sansom, John (59) Savage, Gary (77) Savage, Phillip (68) Schaffer, Billy (89) Scoggins, Fred (57) Scoggins, Gary (60) Scoggins, Parry (72-73) Scott, Chris (93-94) Scott, Ernald (90-93) Scott, Russell (81-84) Scruggs, Ray (53-56) Sculley, Ryan (01) Seale, K.M. (46-48) Seale, Ricky (74-77) Sears, Terry (83)

TIGER FOOTBALL

Sedely, John (94-97) Segars, T.E. (47) Seiler, Bobby (01-02) Sellers, Frank (46-47) Sessions, Walter (53-55) Sewell, John (86) Sexton, Cliff (73-74) Shaddix, Herman (46-48) Sharp, Brock (08-pres.) Shaw, Brad (88-89) Shaw, Ira (87-91) Shaw, Robbie (91) Sheffield, Darrious (04-05) Shephard, Jason (95-96) Shepherd, Darryl (78-81) Shepherd, Don (70-72) Shepherd, Johnny (80-82) Shepherd, Mike (74) Sheppard, Mark (81) Sheppard, Ryan (01-04) Sherman, Terry (92) Shipp, Evan (08-pres.) Shiver, Mike (76-78) Shiver, Jeff (75-77) Shoemaker, Herman (54-57) Shoultz, John (62-65) Shoultz, Randall (01-03) Shreve, Lynn (76-79) Shows, Richard (81) Shumate, Doug (88-91) Silas, Vernon (77) Simmons, Coshard (00) Simms, Michael (01-02) Simon, Tracey (79) Simpson, Demetrius (02-04) Simpson, James (60) Sims, Paul (59) Sirmans, Clayton (03) Skates, Randy (72) Skelton, Brandon (00, 04) Skinner, Joey (96) Slagle, Glen (93) Slaughter, T.J. (03-05) Slater, Willie (74-77) Sleadd, James (76-79) Slovensky, Ronnie (72-74) Small, Richard (91) Smart, Richard (88-89) Smedley, Jimmy (71) Smith, Ben (88-91) Smith, Billy (75, 77) Smith, Buddy (55-56) Smith, Cameron (46-47) Smith, Carlton (57-58) Smith, Charles (56) Smith, Daniel (07-pres.) Smith, David (78, 80) Smith, Douglas (66-67) Smith, Eric (78-82) Smith, Greg (05-08) Smith, Hugh (92) Smith, Isaac (08-pres.) Smith, Jason (89) Smith, Jimmy (84)

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Smith, Mark (83-84) Smith, Randy (93) Smith, Sky (01) Smith, Terry (52-53) Smith, Trey (90) Smyth, Josh (07-08) Snider, J.W. (50-52) Snider, Richard (82) Snow, Lenord (47) Snowden, Jessie (02-03) Soloman, Charles (56-57, 59-60) Soule, Robert (72-73) Sparks, Steve (74) Spear, James (46) Spear, Pete (47-50) Spellers, Derick (02-03) Spencer, Michaelle (93) Sprinkle, Mark (03) Spruiell, Clemit (67-71) Stanton, Floyd (48) Stanton, George (71, 73) Statdhagen, Scott (97, 99-00) Stearns, Jerry (67) Steele, Jason (91) Steiner, Lennie (81-82) Stembridge, Randy (72, 74) Stephens, Bud (70-71) Stephens, Mitch (92-96) Stephenson, Larry (81-84) Sterling, Johnny (98-99) Stevens, Cedric (77-80) Stewart, Don (67) Stewart, Shane (89-93) Stinnett, Kenneth (68-69) Stokes, Mike (77-78) Stone, Kevin (95) Stone, S.L. (59) Stoudenmire, James (58) Stickney, Fred (78-81) Strickland, Bobby (63) Strickland, Mike (80) Strickland, Nels (67, 69-71) Stringer, Scott (89-91) Stripling, Mike (65-66) Stryker, Dude (50-51) Stuart, Drew (91) Studstill, Rob (99) Suggs, Thomas (59-60) Sullivan, Art (65) Sullivan, Marquise (07-pres.) Sumbry, Octavious (08) Summerlin, Chad (88-92) Summers, Donial (07-pres.) Surrency, Barry (85) Surrency, Michael (83-85) Sutton, Norman (61-63) Swaby, Paul (91) Swedenburg, Boyd (47) Sweet, Mike (88-90) Sword, Tyson (94-96) Sykes, Marques (02) -TTalley, Stan (76)

Talley, Tony (08-pres.) Tanniehill, Deonte (03) Tarleton, Tommy Joe (47-48) Tate, Joe (86) Tate, Pat (84) Tate, Thomas (83) Taylor, Aaron (95) Taylor, Anthony (93-94) Taylor, Bill (59) Taylor, Bobby (63-66) Taylor, Bobby J. (59, 61-63) Taylor, Jonathan (95-98) Taylor, Kurtis (94) Taylor, Melvin (91) Taylor, Norman (87) Teague, Paul (76-79) Tenney, Greg (84-87) Terrell, Lewis (71) Terrell, Shane (89-93) Terry, James (60) Terry, Tyce (94-95) Thames, Pervy (51-52, 54) Thedford, Jemarcus (08-pres.) Thoma, Ben (00-02) Thomas, Dennis (80) Thomas, Derek (08-pres.) Thomas, Jerry (78-81) Thomas, Kerry (98-00) Thomas, Lenarick (97-98) Thomas, Matthew (87) Thomas, Ralph (61) Thomas, William (53-54) Thomason, Dennis (78) Thomaston, Ethan (97-98) Thompson, Lewis (05-pres) Thompson, Mo (96, 98) Thompson, Rod (03) Thompson, Ronnie (72-74) Thompson, Rusty (76) Thompson, Scott (90-91) Thorn, Danny (72) Thorn, Joe (57-59) Thornhill, Trey (07-pres.) Thornsberry, Keith (87-91) Thornton, Demarcus (04-05) Thrailkill, Johnny (63) Tidmore, Joe (85-88) Tidmore, Wayne (58) Timmons, Deon (91-92) Timmons, Kevin (93-96) Todd, Travis (93) Tolbert, Charles (79) Tolbert, Laudrick (81) Tomlin, Tyrone (07-pres.) Torres, Gus (74-76) Townsend, Michael (08-pres.) Trent, Jim (63) Trevino, Fernando (84) Trimble, Tony (78-81) Trimew, Keith (98-01) Triplett, Charles (93) Trout, Jim (63-64) Truelove, Tony (82-85) Trull, Cameron (08)

Truman, Centel (01) Truss, Tim (07-pres.) Tubbs, Arthur (93) Tucker, Andy (76) Tucker, Andy (98) Tucker, Jamaar (01) Tucker, Ray (80) Tucker, Shane (85-89) Tucker, Waldon (67-69) Tull, Darrell (91) Tullos, Adam (89-90) Turman, David (82) Turner, Cody (04-pres.) Turner, Drago (86) Turner, Keith (52) Turner, Lee (01-04) Turrentine, Josh (95-97) Tyler, Joe (87) Tyler, Melvin (81-82) -UUnderwood, Glenn (57-58) Underwood, Harold (90) Upchurch, John (47-49) -VVanFleet, Heath (98) Vanlandingham, Noel (88-89) Vann, Kelvin (00, 02-04) Veasey, Glenn (76) Venable, Joe (65) Ventresca, Pete (63) Vickery, Wil (05-08) Voss, Ricky (78-80) Voyles, David (01) -WWaddell, George (58) Waddell, Pete (56) Waggett, David (87) Wagoner, William (46) Wahl, Joey (76) Waites, Rusty (89) Walcott, Corey (92) Waldrop, Mike (73) Walker, Brandon (08-pres.) Walker, Dennis (80-83) Walker, Eddie (99) Walker, Eric (84) Walker, Frand (54) Walker, Larry (65) Walker, Larry (88-89) Walker, Raymond (62) Wallace, Calvin (51-54) Wallace, J.B. (01-03) Wallace, John (04-07) Walther, David (76-77) Ward, David (82-83) Ward, Tim (81) Warfield, Mitch (05-08) Warr, Jimmy (60, 63-64) Warren, Ed (52) Washington, Clinton (96-99) Washington, George (83-85)

Washington, Jerry (00-01) Washington, Marty (92-93) Washington, Mike (82) Washington, Rufus (80-82, 84) Washington, Vincent (86-90) Watkins, Clinton (99-02) Watson, Erick (02) Watson, Jeff (98) Watson, Ken (85-88) Watson, Richard (65) Watson, R.L. (65-68) Watson, Tommy (81) Watts, Jay (81-84) Watts, LaNeal (05-06) Watts, Steve (81) Waycaster, Alan (75) Weatherly, Larry (03) Weathersby, Patrick (97) Weaver, Derek (93-97) Webb, Nathan (46) Webb, Tommy (67) Weeks, Roy (71) Weinreich, Jon (08-pres.) Welch, Audrey (46) Welden, Glenn (59) Wells, Harold (75) West, Joe (49-51, 54) Wharton, Carlos (03) Wheeler, Fred (60-62) Wheeless, John (87) Whidden, Paul (75-77) Whigham, William (68) Whipple, George (68) Whisenant, Larry (68) Whitaker, David (01-02) White, Barry (87) White, Billy (53) White, Dwiuan (07-pres) White, Rodney (89-91) White, Ron (05) White, Sanchez (99-00) White, Tim (78) Whitely, Jeff (03) Whitten, Jim (54-55) Wicke, Craig (67-69) Wilburn, DeMarcus (01) Wilburn, Felton (87) Wilder, Brett (88-90) Williams, A.J. (01-02) Williams, Allen (85) Williams, Andro (97-99) Williams, Bobby (59-60) Williams, Charles (81-82) Williams, Chris (93) Williams, Cleveland (86) Williams, Darrell (93) Williams, Delorean (04) Williams, Deon (08-pres.) Williams, Jimmy (97) Williams, Josh (05-07) Williams, Ken (79-80) Williams, Kevin (98-99) Williams, Leroy (91, 93) Williams, Robert L. (83-84)

TIGER FOOTBALL

Williams, Robert O. (83-87) Williams, Spencer (89) Williams, Steve (96-97) Williams, Tommy (70) Williams, Troy (96) Williams, Wayne (83-86) Williamson,Orville(59-61,63-64) Williford, Sonny (65) Willis, Chuck (88-89) Willis, Clifton (99) Willis, Keaton (94-98) Wilson, Bobby (91) Wilson, Dusty (03) Wilson, Edward (83-84) Wilson, Evans (65) Wilson, Hugh (61) Wilson, Leon (05) Wilson, Scott (91) Wilson, Sherrill (46) Wilson, Todd (04) Wimberly, Mike (73-76) Winfield, Tommy (72-73) Winsted, Barry (88-89) Winters, Pat (07-pres) Wise, Todd (01) Wise, Winton (46-47) Wissman, Jimmy (63) Wolgemuth, Brent (88-89) Wood, Jerry (65) Wood, John (82) Woodruff, Steven (89-91) Woods, Andre (08-pres.) Woods, Dexter (92-95) Woods, Shelley (51) Woods, Willie (74-75) Woody, Chantz (02) Woody, Maurice (88-92) Worsham, Gerald (08-pres.) Wright, Jerin (03-06) Wright, Jonathan (05-07) Wright, Kenny (73) Wright, Kevin (93-94) Wright, Leo (68-71) Wright, Lynn (72-74) Wright, P.J. (94-97) Wright, Tim (79-83) Wu, J.D. (05-pres.) -YYarbrough, Danny (79) Yates, Kyle (07-pres) Young, A.J. (95) Young, Brett (98-99) Young, Edwin (93) Young, John (03-06) Young, Kenny (84) Young, Mike (86-88) Young, Milford (48-51) Young, Roger (97) Young, Steve (92-93) -ZZafaris, Patrick (91-94)


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