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CONTENTS Coaching Staff Head Football Coach - Don Carthel............. 4-5 WTAMU Coaching Records.............................5 Assistant Coaches..................................... 6-8 2012 Football Schedule.................................7 2011 Review 2011 Season in Review............................ 9-28 2011 Statistics........................................ 9-16 Game-by-Game Reviews........................ 17-27 The Lone Star Conference............................28 LSC Record Book................................... 29-30

All-Time Records Season-Opening Games............................... 31 Homecoming Games.................................... 31 All-Time Series Record................................. 31 Year-By-Year Results.............................. 32-34 Buffalo Letterwinners............................. 35-38 Misc. Team/Individual Records......................39 Top-10 Leaders..................................... 40-39 Year-by-Year Individual Leaders.............. 41-44 Buffalo Bowl Appearances............................44 WT All-America Selections............................ 45 Buffaloes in the Pros....................................46 Media Information Media Information....................................... IBC

University Facts Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Canyon, Texas Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1910 Enrollment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7,843 President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dr. Patrick O’Brien Athletic Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael McBroom Senior Assoc. A.D. (SWA). . . . . . . . . . . . . . Holly Troth Associate A.D./Facilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . Kent Johnson Nickname. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Buffaloes/Buffs Colors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maroon and White Affiliationw. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Division II Conference. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lone Star (South) Stadium . . . . . . . . . . . . Kimbrough Memorial Stadium Field. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Happy State Bank Field Surface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Synthetic Grass Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20,000 Athletic Department Phone. . . . . . . . . (806) 651-4400 Ticket Sales Contact. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kara Jones Ticket Office Phone Number. . . . . . . . (806) 651-1414

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Media Relations Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TBA E-Mail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TBA Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (806) 651-4430 Assistant Director. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brent Seals E-Mail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . bseals@wtamu.edu Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (806) 651-4442 Web Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.gobuffsgo.com SID Mailing Address. . . . . . . . . . . . WTAMU Box 60049 Canyon, Texas 79016 Overnight Address. . . . . . . . . 2403 Russell Long Blvd. Canyon, Texas 79016

Coaching Staff Head Coach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Don Carthel Alma Mater. . . . . . . . . . . . . Eastern New Mexico (‘74) WTAMU Record. . . . . . . . . . 67-19 (.779, Ssven Years) Overall Collegiate Record. . 113-65-1 (.631, 16 Years) Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (806) 651-4413 Assistant Coaches Defensive Coordinator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Colby Carthel Offensive Coordinator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Stephen Lee Secondary/Recruiting Coordinator. . . . . . Nick Paremski Inside Receivers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joel Hinton Offensive Line. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matt Storm

Football Information 2011 Overall Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3 2011 LSC Record (Finish). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-2 (Third) Letterwinners Returning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Letterwinners Lost. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Offensive Formation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spread Defensive Formation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4 NCAA Division II Playoff Appearances . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 NCAA Bowl Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-0 First Year of Football . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1910 All-Time Record. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 468-485-22 (.480)

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Don Carthel Head Coach

eighth Season Eastern New Mexico ‘74 To say that Don Carthel has elevated the West Texas A&M football to that of national prominence would be an understatement. What Carthel, who earned his 100th career collegiate victory Sept 28, 2010, in a 37-27 win at Angelo State, has accomplished over the past seven seasons at WTAMU is simply amazing. He took a program that had won just seven games combined over the previous four years and guided it to seven winning seasons, five NCAA Division-II playoff appearances, four LSC South Division titles, three-consecutive Lone Star Conference Championships, a bowl appearance - and 67 victories. During his first season in Canyon, Carthel and the Buffs surprised everyone, having been picked to finish last in the LSC preseason poll, as they registered a 10-1 regular season record and captured the school’s first Lone Star Conference Championship in 19 years. Excitement surrounding Carthel’s program was evident as attendance soared, with a regular-season average of over 14,000 fans per game at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium. Carthel was honored by his peers as the 2005 LSC Coach of the Year. Following that breakout campaign, Carthel set out in 2006 to let the LSC and the rest of NCAA Division II know that WT’s 2005’s success was no fluke. The Buffs left little doubt, as they posted an 11-2 season and became the first squad in school history to claim back-toback outright conference championships. After leading the country in Division II average attendance the previous year, Buff fans again came out in droves, helping WT to again rank first, nationally, in total attendance. That only set the stage for what was to come during the 2007 campaign, as the Buffs confidently went about amassing the school’s first-ever undefeated regular season, going 11-0 to claiming a third-straight Lone Star Conference championship and advance two rounds into the NCAA post-season playoffs.

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Another 11-win, record shattering campaign followed in 2008, as the Buffs again were among the biggest draws in NCAA Division II. That season saw Carthel’s squad set no fewer than 15 team, 21 individual, 26 LSC and eight NCAA playoff records.

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In 2009, playing a schedule that featured six nationally-ranked opponents, and playing the nation’s thentop-ranked team twice, Carthel rallied an injury-riddled squad from a 1-5 start to six consecutive wins - posting a 7-5 mark and the school’s first bowl appearance since the 1967 season. He then guided his 2010 squad to a sixth-consecutive winning season and a fifth NCAA playoff appearance. The 2011 season saw the Buffs finish 8-3 overall including a 6-2 mark in the LSC with an appearance in their second Kanza Bowl, a 26-7 victory over Central Missouri. But this isn’t the first taste of success for the Friona, Texas, native, as he has enjoyed several successful coaching stops during his career, including time at LSCrival Eastern New Mexico, Texas-El Paso and Dubuque.

Carthel graduated from ENMU with a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and a minor in Mathematics in 1974, then obtained his master’s in Physical Education in 1975. He played center for the Greyhounds from 1970-73, helping ENMU to a No. 17 NAIA ranking his senior season. In addition to his efforts on the gridiron, Carthel also threw discus for ENMU’s 1974 national championship squad. In 1975, Carthel began his coaching career at Floydada High School, serving as the defensive coordinator under Hall of Fame coach L.G. Wilson. He helped lead the Whirlwinds to district championships in both 1975 and 1976. In 1977, Carthel moved up to the collegiate ranks, beginning at NCAA Division-III Dubuque University (Iowa). He was assistant head coach/defensive coordinator for the Spartans from 1977-79 and helped turn around a program that had won just three games over the previous four years. Carthel helped lead Dubuque to back-to-back Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (IIAC) championships in 1978 and 1979, as well as the NCAA Division III playoffs. During 1979, Dubuque was undefeated and ranked No. 3 in the country.

Carthel’s Coaching File Coaching History 1975-76

Floydada High School Defensive Coord.

1977-79

University of Dubuque (Iowa) Asst. Head Coach/Def. Coord.

1980

Ft. Worth Boswell High School Defensive Coord.

1981-82

Lubbock Christian College Head Coach

Carthel returned to the high school ranks in 1980, serving as defensive coordinator at Fort Worth’s Boswell High School.

1983-84

Texas at El Paso Offensive Line/Special Teams

One season later, at the age of 28, Carthel became the youngest head coach in the country when he took over at Lubbock Christian College (now Lubbock Christian University), a position he held from 1981-82.

1985-91

Eastern New Mexico Head Coach

1992-2001

Retired/Farming/Friona School Board

2001-2004

Abilene Christian Volunteer Coach

2004-05

Amarillo Dusters Head Coach/General Manager

Carthel then moved on to become an assistant coach at the University of Texas-El Paso (UTEP) from 1983-84 before returning to his alma mater to serve as head coach from 1985-91. While head coach at ENMU, Carthel helped the Greyhounds make the transition from NAIA to NCAA Division II, becoming one the top programs in the LSC. In 1985, during Carthel’s first year at the helm, the Greyhounds faced Texas A&I (now Texas A&M University-Kingsville) in the season finale for a share of the LSC title. Despite narrowly losing that game, 21-17, the Greyhounds surged to the top of the LSC, claiming the conference crown in 1991 and becoming the first team outside of Texas to win the LSC championship in the conference’s 59 years of football. Carthel compiled a 44-28-1 (.610) ledger in his seven years at ENMU, winning seven or more games in five of his seven seasons, including opening the 1987 season with a 9-0 record and tying the school record for victories in a season. In five of Carthel’s seven years, the Greyhounds were ranked in the Division II Top 20 poll. In 2001, Carthel was honored with the induction into the ENMU Hall of Fame. In January, 1992, Carthel resigned from coaching to return to Friona, where he farmed, raised his family and served on the Friona school board for the next nine years. However, Carthel could not stay away from coach-

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Collegiate Record 1981 Lubbock Christian (NAIA). . . . . . . . . . 2-8 1982 Lubbock Christian (NAIA). . . . . . . . . 0-10 1985 Eastern New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5 1986 Eastern New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3 1987 Eastern New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-2 1988 Eastern New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8 1989 Eastern New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3 1990 Eastern New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-4 1991 Eastern New Mexico . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3-1 LSC Champions 2005 West Texas A&M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-2 LSC Champions/NCAA Playoffs 2006 West Texas A&M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-2 LSC Champions/NCAA Playoffs 2007 West Texas A&M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-1 LSC Champions/NCAA Playoffs 2008 West Texas A&M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-2 NCAA Playoffs 2009 West Texas A&M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-5 Kanza Bowl 2010 West Texas A&M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4 NCAA Playoffs 2011 West Texas A&M. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3 Kanza Bowl Career Collegiate Coaching Record. 113-65-1


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During that time, his son, Colby, was a standout linebacker at Angelo State University, leading the Rams to the LSC South title in 1999. The younger Carthel would join the ACU staff in 2000 as the recruiting coordinator and defensive line coach. In Abilene, father and son enjoyed their first coaching stint on the same sideline, a scenario that would repeat itself in 2006 when Colby joined the WT football staff as the Buffs’ defensive coordinator.

Coach Years Dates Record W% John G. Miller 3 1910-12 8-7 53.3 Douglas A. Shirley 5 1913-1917 14-16-1 46.8 Lt. Alonzo P. George 1 1918 3-0 100.0 Walter Willy 1 1919 4-2 66.7 Wayne McCorkle 1 1920 1-5-1 21.4 Samuel Burton 6 1921-24, 31-32 23-24-4 48.9 Claude E. Reeds 2 1929-30 12-6-1 65.8 Alfred Baggett 7 1933-1939 36-28-5 55.8 Jack C. Curtice 2 1940-1941 15-5 75.0 W.A. ‘Gus’ Miller 4* 1942-46 16-15 51.6 W.W. “Windy’ Nicklaus 1* 1946 2-1 66.7 Frank Kimbrough 11 1947-1957 54-52-2 50.9 Clark Jarnigan 2 1958-59 2-18 10.0 Joe E. Kerbel 11 1960-1970 68-42-1 61.7 Gene Mayfield 6 1971-76 24-39-2 38.5 Bill Yung 5 1977-1981 26-27-2 49.1 Don Davis 3 1982-84 6-26-1 19.7 Bill Kelly 3 1985-1987 18-13-1 57.8 Steve Graf 3 1988-90 6-26 19.7 Ron Steele 2 1992-93 4-15 21.1 Morris Stone 3 1994-1996 15-17 46.9 Stan McGarvey 4 1997-2000 25-30 45.5 Ronnie Jones 2 2002-04 5-27 15.6 Don Carthel 7 2005-Pres. 67-19 77.9 * W.W. Nicklaus coached the final game of the 1946 season after Gus Miller resigned.

The elder Carthel coached at ACU until 2004, when he was named the head coach and general manager of the Amarillo Dusters in their inaugural season in the Intense Football League (IFL). Amarillo posted a 15-3 record under Carthel and won the IFL Championship. Carthel resigned from the Dusters three games into the 2005 season to take the reins at West Texas A&M. Carthel received honors from the Panhandle Sports Hall of Fame after the Buffs’ sensational 2005 season. In addition, Carthel has garnered the Coach of the Year award from the IFL, as well as being named to the Panhandle Sports Hall of Fame in 2004 for leading the Dusters to the IFL crown. That honor accompanies his 1991 Panhandle Sports Hall of Fame Honor for leading the ENMU football program to the LSC Championship. Born in Dimmitt, Texas, Carthel was raised in Friona, where as a child, he and his brothers found rides to Canyon to watch WT football and basketball games. Carthel and his wife, the former Cindy Phillips, of Farwell, Texas, have been married for 37 years and have two adult children, Colby (the Buffs’ defensive coordinator) and Courtney as well as three grandchildren.

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ing and, in 2001, became a volunteer coach at Abilene Christian.

Top-10 Buffalo Coaches By Victories (min. of 30 games coached) Coach

Wins

Years

Record

1. Joe E. Kerbel

68

1960-1970

68-42-1

2. Don Carthel

67 2005-Pres.

3. Frank Kimbrough

54

1947-1957

54-52-2

4. Alfred Baggett

35

1933-1939

35-28-5

5. Bill Yung

26

1977-1981

26-27-2

6. Stan McGarvey

25

1997-2001

25-30

7. Gene Mayfield

24

1971-1976

24-39-2

67-19

8. Samuel D. Burton

22 1921-24, 31-32

22-24-4

9. Bill Kelly

18

1985-1987

18-13-1

10. W.A. “Gus” Miller

16

1942-1946

16-15

Top-10 Buffalo Coaches By winning pct. (min. of 20 games coached)

Coach

Years Dates

Record W%

1. Don Carthel

7 2005-Pres. 67-19

2. Jack C. Curtice

2 1940-1941

3. Joe E. Kerbel

11 1960-1970 68-42-1

15-5

77.9 75.0 61.7

4. Bill Kelly

3 1985-1987 18-13-1

57.8

5. Alfred Baggett

7 1933-1939 35-28-5

55.1

6. Frank Kimbrough 11 1947-1957 54-52-2

50.9

7. Bill Yung

5 1977-1981 26-27-2

49.1

8. Morris Stone

3 1994-1996

15-17

46.9

9. Douglas A. Shirley 5 1913-1917 14-16-1

46.8

10. Stan McGarvey

45.5

4 1997-2001

25-30

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assistant coaches stephen lee

colby carthel

Offensive coordinator

Defensive Coordinator

Second Season

Seventh Season

Now in his second season with the WT football staff, Stephen Lee will begin his first season as the Offensive Coordinator after working with the WT quarterbacks in 2010. Lee joined the Buff football program after having served from 2005-2010 at Brenham (TX) High School. While with the Cubs, he served as Co-Offensive Coordinator/Passing Game and coached quarterbacks, receivers and tight ends. During his six years at Brenham, the Cubs registered five district championships while posting an overall mark of 66-13. In 2005, Lee was an integral part of a team that went 14-1 en route to a Class 4A State semifinal berth and in 2009 was a part of the Cubs’ 13-3 State Finalist team. From 2000-2005, Lee was an assistant at Howard Payne. From 2003-05, he tutored the Yellowjackets’ defensive ends and tackles, while 2000-2002 saw Lee working on the offensive side of the line with the tight end and running back corps. In 2002, Lee coached the American Southwest Conference Defensive MVP as HPU posted a 9-1 record and a 10th place national ranking, while the 2001 HPU squad posted the top-ranked defense in the ASC. Lee coached HPU’s all-time leading rusher during the 2000 campaign. Lee served one season (1999) at Western New Mexico, where he was in charge of the running game while also coaching the offensive line and special teams units. He began his coaching career with a four-year stint at Mertzon, Texas’ Irion County High School, serving in the combined roles as Athletic Director and Head Football Coach. In 1998, Irion County were district co-champs, while in 1997 they were district champs and bi-district finalists. Lee also served as golf coach from 1996-97, as well as head track & field coach during the 1999 season. Lee has been a speaker at numerous football camps as well as having a deep involvement with his community. Lee played collegiately at Angelo State, as a quarterback and fullback, from 1988-92. He received his B.S. in Kinesiology from ASU in 1993 and later received his Master’s in Educational Leadership from Western New Mexico. A native of Bronte, Texas, Lee and his wife, Molly, are the parents of four children, a son, Jarrett (a former standout at LSU and current San Diego Charger) and three girls, Jordan, Jacy and Katie.

Now in his seventh season with the WTAMU football staff, defensive coordinator Colby Carthel has overseen the development of a Buffalo defensive unit that has held five opponents scoreless and five teams to three points or less over the past five seasons. Carthel joined the Buffs coaching staff after spending the previous six seasons as the defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator at LSC-rival Abilene Christian University. During his time in Abilene, Carthel enjoyed his first stint coaching alongside his father, Current WT head coach Don Carthel, when the elder Carthel served as a volunteer coach for the Wildcats from 2000-2004. While at ACU, Carthel’s defensive linemen earned numerous honors, including 13 All-Lone Star Conference and four All-Region selections. Clayton Farrell excelled under Carthel at ACU, nabbing All-LSC honors three times, in addition to being selected as an all-America and twice selected as LSC Defensive Lineman of the Year. Another player personally recruited to ACU by Carthel, Danieal Manning, was a three-time all-American at the school and was recently drafted as the Chicago Bears No. 1 pick in the 2006 NFL Draft. Prior to his coaching career at ACU, Carthel was a standout player at Angelo State, where he was a starting middle linebacker. As a senior in 1999, Carthel helped lead the Rams to the LSC South Championship by recording 59 tackles, four sacks and one fumble recovery. At ASU, Carthel earned Lone Star Conference Player of the Week honors once in addition to being selected Academic All-LSC on three occasions. He also competed in track and field as a four-year letterwinner in the discus at Angelo State, finishing fourth at the LSC Championships in the event as a senior. A standout in both football and track at Friona (Texas) High School, Carthel helped guide the Chieftains to their first district football title in 29 years as a senior. In track & field, Carthel finished fourth at the state meet in the discus, with a school-record throw of 171-11, a record previously held by his father. Carthel graduated from Angelo State in 2000 with his bachelor’s degree in Biology. Carthel is married former West Texas A&M All-American volleyball player and current WT assistant volleyball coach, Sarah Butler and the couple resides in Canyon.

nick paremski Assistant Head Coach/Secondary/ Recruiting Coordinator

Joel hinton

Seventh Season

inside receivers

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Joel Hinton is in his fifth season on the West Texas A&M coaching staff, and his fourth as the inside receiver’s coach. A native of Kerrville, Texas, Joel played football and baseball at Kerrville Tivy High School. As a two-way starter for the Antlers he helped lead them to two class 4A regional finals appearances. Hinton graduated from Baylor in 2008 with a degree in physical education. While at Baylor, he was a student assistant/manager for the Bears’ football team, working with Guy Morriss’ coaching staff for four years. While at Baylor, Hinton learned the intricacies of the Air Raid offense under former Buffalo offensive coordinator Lee Hays. Upon completion of his undergraduate degree, he came to WT in the fall of 2008 as a graduate assistant coach and he took over the Inside receiver’s coaching responsibilities in the fall of 2009. Hinton completed his Master’s of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies from WT in the spring of 2010. He is married to the former Jessica Sanderson of Robinson, Texas. She teaches special education and coaches volleyball and softball at Amarillo (Texas) Caprock High School.

Now in his seventh season with the West Texas A&M football program, Nick Paremski serves in the multiple roles as the team’s assistant head coach, secondary coach and recruiting coordinator. Prior to arriving in Canyon, Paremski spent two seasons at Lone Star Conference rival Texas A&M-Kingsville, where he helped the Javelinas capture the 2004 LSC Championship and an NCAA Division II playoff berth. Under Paremski’s tutelage, three TAMUK defensive backs earned All-LSC recognition including Michael Bragg, who captured first team All-LSC and Daktronics All-Southwest Region honors following the 2004 season. Bragg, who originally signed a professional contract with the New York Giants, currently plays for the Kansas City Chiefs, . As a team, the Texas A&M-Kingsville secondary was impressive in 2005, as they limited opponents to 171.5 yards a game, ranking second in the Lone Star Conference. Paremski has been associated with winning football throughout his career. Prior to his tenure at TAMUK, Paremski coached at Holmen (Wisc.) High School and helped lead the defensive unit to a school record for interceptions in 2002. In addition, Paremski was a part of the successful coaching staff that won two consecutive Mississippi Valley Conference Championships in 2002 and 2003. Paremski earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse and holds a master’s of Business Administration from Texas A&MKingsville. Nick and his wife, Krista, reside in Amarillo and are the parents of a son, Huston.

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jared may outside receivers

first season

third season

Matt Storm enters his first season as the Buffs offensive line coach after an impressive stint as the defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator at East Central University. Storm spent six seasons as the Tiger’s assistant, turning around the ECU defense with talent such as All-American Armonty Bryant, who was third in the nation in sacks in 2010. Storm worked with both the offensive and defensive lines in his stint at ECU and also headed up the coaching staff’s recruiting efforts. He had a stand-out playing career with the Tigers on the offensive line. The two-year starter earned all-conference honors both seasons and was named the team’s lineman of the year each of those years and was a team captain in 2005. Prior to his arrival at ECU, Storm was a two-year starter at Mt. San Antonio Junior College (Calif.) where he earned all-California Center accolades and was captain of the top-ranked junior college team in the state. Storm received his bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and his masters in Sports Administration from East Central University. Storm and his wife, Tiffany are the proud parents of a daughter, Riley.

brandon smith outside linebackers Second Season

Crane, Texas, native Brandon Smith is in his second season with the WT football staff and focuses his attention on the Buffs’ outside linebackers. He began his coaching career as a student assistant at Snyder (Texas) HS in 2007, working with the offensive line under head coach Chad Rogers. That season saw the Tigers post a 12-7 record and advance to the state semifinals. From 2008-10, Smith tutored outside linebackers and the secondary under head coach Scott Ponder at Wichita Falls (Texas) Rider HS. The Raiders were area finalists in 2008 with an 8-4 record. A two-sport letterman while at Crane HS, Smith graduated in 2005. He attended Western Texas College, then went on to earn his B.A. in Sports Management from Midwestern State in 2010. Smith is currently pursuing his M.A. in Sports Administration.

blake purvis offensive line Second Season

Blake Purvis is now in his second season as a member of the West Texas A&M Buffalo Football staff with his duties revolving around the offensive line. The Vicksburg, Mississippi native also coordinates the highly popular WT Football Summer Camps. Purvis received his bachelor’s degree in Sports Communications from Mississippi State University and is currently pursuing his masters in Sports Management from West Texas A&M.

caid faske defensive line first season

Caid Faske enters his first season as an assistant offensive/defensive line coach for the Buffaloes. Faske makes the move from player to coach after playing tight end for WT. The Bushland, Texas native was a member of the Falcons State Semifinal team in 2009, playing defensive end and offensive line. Faske signed with first-year program Wayland Baptist out of high school before transferring to WT.

Now in his third season with the WT football staff, Jared May begins his second seasons with his focus on the outside receiver position. In 2010, May worked with the Buffs’ quarterbacks, helping develop a passing game that ranked among the top units in all of Division II. During 2008-09, he served as inside receivers coach at Stephen F. Austin. He previously served as a graduate assistant at WTAMU during the 2007 campaign, where he oversaw the development of the Buffaloes’ tight ends. In 2006, he served as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, Hardin-Simmons, helping the Cowboys to a 9-2 record. As a player at HSU, he was a two-time (2004, 2005) allAmerican Southwest Conference selection as a wide receiver and kick return specialist. He earned second-team all-America honors in 2004 and 2005, as well. A native of Hamlin, Texas, May earned his bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from Hardin-Simmons in 2005.

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wendell davis inside linebackers third Season

Now in his third season with the WT football staff, former Arkansas standout Wendell Davis oversees the Buffs’ inside linebacking corps. A two-year starter at linebacker while at Arkansas, Davis played two years under head coach Houston Nutt and two under Bobby Petrino. He earned playing time as a true freshman in 2006 and was recognized with a spot on the SEC Freshman squad. That squad went 8-4 and won the SEC West Division. As a senior in 2009, he was voted team captain. While with the Hogs, he helped lead them to appearances in the Capitol One, Cotton and Liberty Bowls. A native of Sweeny, Texas, Davis earned his bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Arkansas in 2010.

Charles Burks defensive backs first Season

Charles Burks enters his first season at West Texas A&M with his duties revolving around the Buffalo secondary. Burks comes to WT from East Central University where he served as the secondary coach. In 2011, the Tigers led the Great American Conference in pass defense efficiency and put two defensive backs on the all-conference team for the first time in 27 years. The Grand Prairie, Texas native was a three year letter-winner for the Tigers including helping ECU to the Lone Star Conference North Division Title in 2010. Burks received his bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and his masters in Sports Administration from East Central University.

rashad sanders defensive line first season

Rashad Sanders enters his first season as a defensive line coach for the Buffaloes after a standout four year career at WT. The Flower Mound, Texas native was an all-Lone Star Conference performer for the Buffs as a junior in 2010 while helping the team to conference titles in 2007 and 2008. Sanders received his bachelor’s degree in Sports & Exercise Science from West Texas A&M in December of 2010.

John Kenjura wide receivers first Season

John Kenjura enters his first season as a member of the Buffalo Football staff with his focus bases around the offensive line. Before coming to WT, Kenjura was a coach at Blinn Junior College in Brenham, Texas where the Buccaneers won the Southwestern Junior College Football Conference Championship (SWJCFC) in 2011. The Spring, Texas native is currently pursuing his undergraduate degree at West Texas A&M University.

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2012 West Texas A&M Football Schedule Date Aug. 30 Sept. 8 Sept. 15 Sept. 22 Sept. 29 Oct. 6 Oct. 13 Oct. 20 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10

Opponent at Colorado State-Pueblo Western State $Texas A&M-Kingsville* at Incarnate Word* Tarleton State* at Angelo State #Abilene Christian* at Eastern New Mexico* at West Georgia Midwestern State* at Texas A&M-Commerce*

Site Pueblo, Colo. Canyon, Texas Arlington, Texas San Antonio, Texas Canyon, Texas San Angelo, Texas Canyon, Texas Portales, N.M. Carrolton, Ga. Canyon, Texas Commerce, Texas

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* - LSC game All Game Times Are Central Time

$-LSC Football Festival at Cowboys Stadium # - Homecoming game Home Games Played at Happy State Bank Field at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium

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Time 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 8 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m.


2011 Final Staticstics TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points Per Game FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 3RD-DOWN Conversions 3rd-Down Pct 4TH-DOWN Conversions 4th-Down Pct SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS

WTAMU OPP 396 200 36.0 18.18 227 205 59 68 148 107 20 30 1131 1258 1439 1588 308 330 281 389 4.0 3.2 102.8 114.4 17 10 3941 2391 453-270-9 416-235-18 8.70 5.75 14.60 10.17 358.27 217.36 32 15 5072 3649 734 805 6.9 4.5 461.1 331.7 28-628 45-850 32-282 19-99 18-324 9-110 22.43 18.89 8.81 5.21 18.00 12.22 22-13 17-8 98-894 79-666 9.12 8.43 47-1998 75-2821 42.51 37.61 40.40 36.29 27:47 33:34 57-143 54-176 39.86 % 30.68 % 6-20 11-23 30.00 % 47.83 % 28-211 25-155 0 4 52 26 9-13 6-12 0-0 0-1 36-46 19-31 28-46 17-31

RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Khiry Robinson 11 103 687 18 669 Tommy Hampton 11 84 366 49 317 Aarrhon Flores 5 28 177 8 169 Dustin Vaughan 10 39 158 132 26 Tanner Marsh 4 8 16 21 -5 Luke Halpin 2 5 15 20 -5 Nathan Slaughter 1 1 12 0 12 Jonathan Hatton 1 1 5 0 5 Derrick Peoples 1 1 3 0 3 John McSheffery 1 1 0 1 -1 TEAM 5 8 0 57 -57 D.J. Ross 1 1 0 2 -2 Brittan Golden 1 1 0 0 0 Total 11 281 1439 308 1131 Opponents 11 389 1588 330 1258

Avg TD Long Avg/G 6.06 11 65 60.82 3.71 6 24 28.82 3.82 0 80 33.80 1.10 0 19 2.60 -0.25 0 10 -1.25 -1.38 0 15 -2.50 12.00 0 12 12.00 5.00 0 5 5.00 3.00 0 3 3.00 -1.00 0 0 -1.00 -6.67 0 0 -11.40 -2.00 0 0 -2.00 0.00 0 0 0.00 2.18 17 80 20.94 ----- 10 44 20.97

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PASSING G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G Dustin Vaughan 11 150.80 227-382-6 59.42 % 3316 25 94 301.45 Tanner Marsh 6 153.61 26-41-2 63.41 % 370 3 71 61.67 Luke Halpin 3 148.37 12-24-1 50.00 % 187 3 44 62.33 David Lehocky 1 233.53 5-6-0 83.33 % 68 1 32 68.00 Total 11 152.02 270-453-9 59.60% 3941 32 94 187.67 Opponents 11 108.02 235-416-18 56.49% 2391 15 75 132.83 RECEIVING G No. Brittan Golden 11 55 Lance Ratliff 10 44 Jeremy Watson 9 36 Nathan Slaughter 11 33 Torrence Allen 9 21 Taylor Hammargren 10 17 Khiry Robinson 8 22 Tommy Hampton 7 14 Landon Forga 5 8 Luke Russell 2 4 Sidney Parker 2 2 Aarrhon Flores 2 3 Jace Jackson 2 3 Alphonse Coleman 1 2 Jacob Hancock 2 3 Nick Shelton 1 2 Bryan Johnson 1 1 Total 93 270 Opponents 87 235

Yds Avg 1076 19.56 848 19.27 550 15.28 395 11.97 303 14.43 188 11.06 182 8.27 108 7.71 82 10.25 52 13.00 37 18.50 36 12.00 30 10.00 28 14.00 15 5.00 14 7.00 -3 -3.00 3941 14.60 2391 10.17

TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Rush Dustin Vaughan 11 421 26 Khiry Robinson 11 103 669 Tanner Marsh 6 49 -5 Tommy Hampton 11 84 316 Luke Halpin 3 29 -5 Aarrhon Flores 7 28 169 David Lehocky 1 6 0 Derrick Peoples 2 1 13 Nathan Slaughter 11 1 12 Jonothan Hatton 11 1 5 John McSheffery 11 1 -1 D.J. Ross 11 1 -2 TEAM 7 8 -57 Total 11 734 1140 Opponents 11 805 1252

TD Long Avg/G 12 94 97.82 6 82 84.80 4 68 61.11 3 39 35.91 2 61 33.67 0 22 18.80 2 20 22.75 1 36 15.43 1 21 16.40 0 33 26.00 1 32 18.50 0 14 18.00 0 20 15.00 0 15 28.00 0 9 7.50 0 12 14.00 0 0 -3.00 32 94 42.38 15 75 27.48

Pass 3316 0 370 0 187 0 68 0 0 0 0 0 0 3941 2386

L S C C h a m p i o n s 1 9 8 6 , 2 0 0 5 , 2 0 0 6 , 2 0 0 7 • N C AA P l a y o f f A p p e a r a n c e s 2 0 0 5 , 2 0 0 6 , 2 0 0 7 , 2 0 0 8 , 2 0 1 0

Total 3342 669 365 316 182 169 68 13 12 5 -1 -2 -57 5081 3638

Avg/G 303.8 60.8 60.8 28.7 60.7 24.1 68.0 6.5 1.1 0.5 -0.1 -0.2 -8.1 461.9 330.7

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SCORING Khiry Robinson Brittan Golden Tommy Hampton Lance Ratliff Jeremy Watson Nathan Slaughter Torrence Allen Caleb Randolph Curtis Slater Sidney Parker Kevin McCluskey Landon Forga Sergio Castillo Jr. TEAM Anthony Scott D.J. Ross John McSheffery Total Opponents

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TD FGs 13 0 12 0 7 0 6 0 4 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 52 9 26 6

Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts. 0 0 0 ? ? 0 78 0 0 0 ? ? 0 72 0 0 0 ? ? 0 42 0 0 0 ? ? 0 36 0 0 0 ? ? 0 24 0 0 0 ? ? 0 18 0 0 0 ? ? 0 12 0 0 0 ? ? 0 6 0 0 0 ? ? 0 6 0 0 0 ? ? 0 6 0 0 0 ? ? 0 6 0 0 0 ? ? 0 6 49 0 0 ? ? 0 27 0 0 0 ? ? 1 0 0 1 0 ? ? 0 0 0 0 0 ? ? 1 0 0 1 0 ? ? 0 0 49 2 0 ? ? 2 339 26 0 0 ? ? 0 174

ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Brittan Golden 11 0 1076 191 30 0 Khiry Robinson 11 669 182 0 0 0 Lance Ratliff 11 0 848 0 0 0 Tommy Hampton 11 316 121 0 351 0 Jeremy Watson 10 0 537 0 0 0 Torrence Allen 11 0 303 12 220 0 Nathan Slaughter 11 12 395 22 14 0 Aarrhon Flores 7 169 36 0 0 0 Taylor Hammargren 11 0 188 0 0 0 Luke Russell 6 0 52 66 0 0 Caleb Randolph 11 0 0 0 0 99 Landon Forga 10 0 82 0 0 0 Mario Goins 8 0 0 0 0 53 John McSheffery 11 -1 0 0 0 52 Dwight Morrison 10 0 0 0 0 46 Curtis Slater 11 0 0 4 0 41 Sidney Parker 10 0 37 0 0 0 Curtis Jefferson 11 0 0 0 0 32 Jace Jackson 8 0 30 0 0 0 Alphonse Coleman 2 0 28 0 0 0 Dustin Vaughan 11 26 0 0 0 0 Jacob Hancock 4 0 15 0 0 0 Nick Shelton 2 0 14 0 0 0 Drew Graham 10 0 0 0 13 0 Derrick Peoples 2 13 0 0 0 0 Juke Hatton 11 5 0 0 0 0 D.J. Ross 11 -2 0 0 0 0 Bryan Johnson 2 0 -3 0 0 0 Tanner Marsh 6 -5 0 0 0 0 Luke Halpin 3 -5 0 0 0 0 Maurice Caldwell 10 0 0 -13 0 1 TEAM 7 -57 0 0 0 0 Total 11 1140 3941 282 628 324 Opponents 11 1252 2386 99 855 110

Tot Avg/G 1297 117.9 851 77.4 848 77.1 788 71.6 537 53.7 535 48.6 443 40.3 205 29.3 188 17.1 118 19.7 99 9.0 82 8.2 53 6.6 51 4.6 46 4.6 45 4.1 37 3.7 32 2.9 30 3.8 28 14.0 26 2.4 15 3.8 14 7.0 13 1.3 13 6.5 5 0.5 -2 -0.2 -3 -1.5 -5 -0.8 -5 -1.7 -12 -1.2 -57 -8.1 6315 574.1 4702 427.5

FG’s FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Sergio Castillo Jr. 9-13 69.2 0-0 6-7 2-3 1-3 0-0 44 PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 50+ Blk Kevin VanVoris 45 1929 42.87 68 4 8 12 12 0 Dustin Vaughan 2 69 34.50 41 1 0 1 0 0 Total 47 1998 42.51 68 5 8 13 12 0 Opponents 75 2821 37.61 60 4 13 16 12 3 KICKOFFS No. Yds Avg TB OB Retn Net YdLn Kevin VanVoris 68 4284 63.0 19 2 Sergio Castillo Jr. 6 385 64.2 2 2 Total 74 4669 63.1 21 4 19.0 45.9 24 Opponents 42 2579 61.4 12 1 22.4 40.7 29 KICK RETURNS No. Tommy Hampton 12 Torrence Allen 9 Brittan Golden 4 Nathan Slaughter 0 Drew Graham 2 Aarrhon Flores 1 Total 28 Opponents 45

Yds 351 220 30 14 13 0 628 850

Avg 29.25 24.44 7.50 ----- 6.50 0.00 22.43 18.89

TD Long 0 41 0 53 0 12 0 14 0 11 0 0 0 53 0 44

PUNT RETURNS No. Brittan Golden 17 Luke Russell 8 Nathan Slaughter 2 Torrence Allen 1 Curtis Slater 1 Mario Goins 1 Zane Farris 1 Maurice Caldwell 1 Total 32 Opponents 19

Yds 191 66 22 12 4 0 0 -13 282 99

Avg 11.24 8.25 11.00 12.00 4.00 0.00 0.00 -13.00 8.81 5.21

TD Long 0 75 0 25 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 75 0 62

INTERCEPTIONS No. Caleb Randolph 5 Mario Goins 4 Simi Kuli 1 Dwight Morrison 1 Curtis Slater 2 Curtis Jefferson 4 Maurice Caldwell 1 Total 18 Opponents 9

Yds 99 53 52 46 41 32 1 324 110

Avg 19.80 13.25 52.00 46.00 20.50 8.00 1.00 18.00 12.22

TD Long 1 97 0 29 0 52 0 46 0 41 0 18 0 1 1 97 0 49

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2011 Final Staticstics |-------Tackles-------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |----Fumbles----| Blkd DEFENSIVE LEADERS GP-GS Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Taylor McCuller 10 24 46 70 3.5-7 .-. .-. 1 1 .-. 2 . . Curtis Jefferson 11 39 28 67 8.0-20 .-. 4-32 7 . .-. 1 . . Kevin McCluskey 11 29 32 61 6.0-25 2.0-20 .-. 4 1 1-18 . . . Jordan Smith 10 29 29 58 0.5-3 .-. .-. 3 . 1-. . . . Zane Farris 11 26 30 56 7.5-31 2.0-16 .-. . 2 .-. 1 . . Caleb Randolph 11 22 30 52 1.5-8 0.5-5 5-99 7 2 .-. 1 . . Anthony Scott 10 21 31 52 8.0-29 2.0-14 .-. . 1 .-. 1 . . Curtis Slater 11 31 21 52 5.0-25 1.5-14 2-41 6 2 2-8 2 . . Maurice Caldwell 10 30 10 40 1.5-4 .-. 1-1 6 . .-. . . . Tyrell Higgins 10 12 22 34 5.5-27 2.0-19 .-. . 5 .-. 1 . . Dishon Robertson 11 12 20 32 3.5-9 .-. .-. . 1 .-. . . . Simi Kuli 9 8 22 30 7.0-25 3.5-21 .-52 2 3 .-. 2 . . D.J Ross 11 18 8 26 7.5-38 5.5-35 .-. 1 2 1-. . . 1 Dwight Morrison 10 14 11 25 3.5-7 .-. 1-46 6 . .-. . . . Michael Odiari 8 11 14 25 1.5-6 1.0-6 .-. . 3 1-. . 1 . Drew Jones 8 6 11 17 4.0-29 2.5-25 .-. 2 . .-. . . . James Hatton 8 8 8 16 1.5-13 1.0-12 .-. . . 1-. . . . Rashad Sanders 7 7 9 16 3.0-10 1.5-4 .-. . 1 .-. 1 . . Kendrick Geyen 7 6 8 14 0.5-5 0.5-5 .-. . . .-. . . . Drew Graham 6 3 11 14 1.0-10 0.5-6 .-. 1 . .-. . . . Kyle Voss 2 3 9 12 .-. .-. .-. . 1 1-. . . . Torrence Allen 6 6 5 11 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . 1 . Mario Goins 5 4 6 10 .-. .-. 4-53 . . .-. . . . Paul Dancy 8 3 6 9 0.5-1 .-. .-. 2 2 .-. . . . David Christmas 5 2 7 9 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Chris Olson 4 . 6 6 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Aaron Wampler 4 2 3 5 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Tarin Lee 2 3 5 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Albertson Alexandre 3 3 2 5 1.5-8 1.5-8 .-. . . .-. 1 . . John McSheffery 4 1 3 4 .-. .-. 1-. 1 . .-. . . . LaMarc Strahan 4 1 3 4 1.0-2 0.5-1 .-. . . .-. . . . Cameron Warren 2 2 1 3 1.0-1 .-. .-. . . .-. . . . James Jackson 1 . 2 2 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Aaron Hyman 2 . 2 2 0.5-2 .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Greg Castro 1 . 2 2 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Landon Forga 1 2 . 2 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Khiry Robinson 1 1 . 1 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Craig Watts 1 1 . 1 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Nathan Slaughter 3 1 . 1 1.0-12 .-. .-. . . .-. . 2 . Caleb Hayslip 1 1 . 1 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Chase Farmer 1 . 1 1 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Tony Scott 1 . 1 1 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Jacob Hinojos 1 . 1 1 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Shane Sobnosky 1 1 . 1 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Westin Williams 1 . 1 1 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Mark Okoro 1 . 1 1 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Victor Cuero 1 . 1 1 0.5-1 .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Winston Jones 1 1 . 1 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Lance Ratliff 1 . 1 1 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Hector Rodriguez 1 . 1 1 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Kyler Gregory 1 1 . 1 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . Ethan Morriss 1 1 . 1 .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . . TEAM 1 . . . .-. .-. .-. . . .-. . . 1 TOTAL 263 395 469 864 358 211 324 49 27 8-26 13 4 2 Opponents 227 364 332 696 259 155 110 63 18 13-9 9 4 .

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2011 Final Staticstics 2011 West Texas A&M Football – Individual Game-by-Game Leaders Rushing (Att-Yds/TD)

NAME Khiry Robinson Tommy Hampton Aarrhon Flores Dustin Vaughan Nathan Slaughter Jonathan Hatton Derrick Peoples Brittan Golden John McSheffery D.J. Ross Tanner Marsh Luke Halpin TEAM

TOTAL 103-669/11 84-317/6 28-169/0 39-26/0 1-12/0 1-5/0 1-3/0 1-0/0 1-(-1)/0 1-(-2)/0 8-(-5)/0 5-(-5)/0 8-(-57)/0

CSUP 8-116/1 11-55/1 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 1-(-1)/0 0-0/0 4-(-12)/0 DNP 1-(-17)/0

TAMUK UIW 6-18/0 10-68/1 6-21/0 9-16/0 4-8/0 DNP 1-7/0 6-6/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 1-3/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 2-10/0 0-0/0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0/0

NAME Dustin Vaughan Tanner Marsh Luke Halpin David Lehocky

TOTAL CSUP 227-382-6 21-32-2 26-41-2 15-24-1 12-24-1 DNP 5-6-0 DNP

TAMUK UIW 24-41-0 19-25-1 DNP 5-9-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP

NAME Dustin Vaughan Tanner Marsh Luke Halpin David Lehocky

CSUP 179-0 236-1 DNP DNP

ASU 12-74/2 8-25/1 4-9/0 5-21/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-(-9)/0 DNP DNP

ACU ENMU UCW 9-14/1 5-24/1 12-67/2 5-44/0 8-19/0 13-74/1 2-1/0 DNP 6-21/0 1-10/0 2-(-4)/0 2-(-15)/0 1-12/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-(-2)/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP DNP 0-0/0 4-(-3)/0 DNP 1-(-2)/0 3-(-34)/0 1-(-2)/0 2-(-2)/0

MSU 3-8/0 6-27/0 DNP 12-11/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP DNP 0-0/0

TAMUC UCM 5-20/1 24-163/1 5-6/1 9-19/1 DNP 0-0/0 4-(-9)/0 3-(-12)/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-5/0 DNP DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-(-2)/0 DNP

ACU ENMU UCW 27-53-0 14-20-0 32-42-1 DNP 2-4-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-1-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP

MSU 20-45-0 DNP DNP DNP

TAMUC UCM 6-13-0 23-42-2 DNP DNP 12-21-1 DNP 5-6-0 DNP

ACU ENMU UCW 314-2 402-4 430-4 DNP 2-1 0-0 DNP 0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP

MSU 252-1 DNP DNP DNP

TAMUC UCM 184-2 347-1 DNP DNP 187-3 DNP 68-1 DNP

MSU 3-39/1 7-70/0 3-61/1 4-10/0 4-54/0 3-40/0 1-19/0 1-9/0 1-12/0 0-0/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

TAMUC UCM 4-72/0 6-101/1 1-9/0 6-116/0 DNP 4-40/0 4-72/0 2-53/0 3-15/1 3-24/0 1-21/0 1-8/0 6-58/0 1-5/0 1-5/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP DNP DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

Passing (Comp-Att-Int)

TAMUK UIW 384-3 335-5 DNP 75-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP

TSU 29-39-0 2-2-0 0-2-0 DNP

ASU 12-30-0 2-2-0 DNP DNP

Passing (Yds-TD) TSU 339-2 48-1 0-0 DNP

ASU 150-1 9-0 DNP DNP

Receiving (No-Yds/TD)

TOTAL CSUP TAMUK UIW 55-1076/12 7-151/1 3-70/2 1-14/0 44-848/6 2-38/0 2-76/1 0-0/0 36-550/4 10-104/0 4-94/1 2-23/0 33-395/3 6-38/0 1-9/0 4-51/0 21-303/2 1-30/0 2-26/0 0-0/0 17-188/0 2-14/0 0-0/0 1-10/0 22-182/2 2-16/0 4-21/1 0-0/0 14-108/1 6-24/0 1-6/0 2-43/1 8-82/1 0-0/0 2-33/0 2-9/0 4-52/0 DNP 2-38/0 DNP 2-37/1 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-5/0 3-36/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 3-30/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-4/0 2-28/0 DNP 2-28/0 DNP 3-15/0 DNP 1-9/0 DNP 2-14/0 0-0/0 DNP DNP 1-(-3)/0 DNP DNP 0-0/0

TSU 3-108/1 5-173/2 1-68/1 4-29/1 0-0/0 1-16/0 0-0/0 1-(-4)/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-14/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 DNP DNP

ASU 9-170/3 7-96/0 6-63/0 1-6/0 2-17/0 3-41/0 4-37/1 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 DNP DNP

ACU ENMU UCW 4-138/3 7-131/0 8-82/0 3-145/2 4-39/1 7-86/0 DNP 3-54/1 3-43/0 1-8/0 1-23/0 5-96/2 1-27/0 2-64/1 3-46/0 1-9/0 2-13/0 2-16/0 2-(-2)/0 2-28/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 2-25/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-7/0 2-21/1 2-14/0 DNP 0-0/0 1-32/1 0-0/0 0-0/0 2-22/0 DNP 0-0/0 2-26/0 DNP 0-0/0 DNP DNP 0-0/0 2-6/0 DNP DNP 2-14/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP 1-(-3)/0

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NAME Brittan Golden Lance Ratliff Jeremy Watson Nathan Slaughter Torrence Allen Trevor Hammargren Khiry Robinson Tommy Hampton Landon Forga Luke Russell Sidney Parker Aarrhon Flores Jace Jackson Anthony Coleman Jacob Hancock Nick Shelton Brian Johnson

TOTAL 3316-25 370-3 187-3 68-1

TSU 9-97/1 4-11/1 12-130/0 3-11/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 DNP 0-0/0 0-0/0 0-0/0 1-6/0 0-0/0 DNP

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2011 Final Staticstics

|---RUSHING---| Date Opponent No. Yds TD Lg 9/1/2011 Colorado. St.-Pueblo 25 141 2 45 9/17/2011 Texas A&M-Kingsville 16 37 1 18 9/24/2011 Incarnate Word 19 64 0 22 10/1/2011 Tarleton 37 143 3 13 10/8/2011 Angelo State 26 93 1 23 10/15/2011 Abilene Christian 21 46 0 18 10/22/2011 Eastern New Mexico 29 255 2 80 10/29/2011 Central Washington 30 120 3 20 11/5/2011 Midwestern State 15 15 2 20 11/12/2011 Texas A&M-Commerce 26 42 1 17 11/27/2011 Central Missouri 37 175 2 65

|--RECEIVING--| No. Yds TD Lg 36 415 1 71 24 384 3 61 24 410 5 62 31 387 3 37 14 159 1 36 27 314 2 34 16 404 5 94 32 430 4 70 20 252 1 37 23 439 6 82 23 347 1 62

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2011 West Texas A&M Football – Team Game-by-Game |---PASSING---| |--KICK RET--| |-----PUNT RET-----| Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg 415 1 71 2 61 0 41 4 39 0 17 384 3 61 4 101 0 38 2 -12 0 1 410 5 62 1 5 0 5 5 65 0 29 387 3 37 3 48 0 19 1 1 0 1 159 1 36 2 30 0 18 4 88 0 75 314 2 34 1 38 0 38 2 27 0 25 404 5 94 3 68 0 53 2 25 0 19 430 4 70 6 161 0 34 2 4 0 3 252 1 37 3 69 0 45 2 0 0 0 439 6 82 1 2 0 2 6 32 0 12 347 1 62 2 45 0 23 2 13 0 1

|---TACKLES---| |-SACKS-| |-FUMBLE-| Pass Blkd XPTS Date Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds QBH Brk Kick Att-Mad Run Rcv Saf 9/1/2011 Colorado St.-Pueblo 27 58 85 6.0-18 2.0-9 3 3-0 0 0 3 3 0 3-3 0 0 9/17/2011 Texas A&M-Kingsville 46 36 82 9.0-45 5.0-36 5 1-18 3 20 3 6 0 4-4 1 0 9/24/2011 Incarnate Word 30 64 94 9.0-60 4.0-48 1 1-8 3 121 3 4 2 7-7 0 0 10/1/2011 Tarleton 43 6 49 8.0-18 1.0-5 0 1-0 0 0 4 3 0 6-6 0 0 10/8/2011 Angelo State 44 48 92 7.0-22 2.0-8 0 0-0 1 52 4 7 1 2-2 0 0 10/15/2011 Abilene Christian 35 33 68 8.0-31 2.0-10 0 0-0 0 0 0 4 0 1-1 1 0 10/22/2011 Eastern New Mexico 35 56 91 9.0-72 5.0-51 1 0-0 1 46 0 4 0 7-7 0 0 10/29/2011 Central Washington 38 28 66 4.0-24 2.0-22 0 0-0 2 7 1 8 0 7-7 0 0 11/5/2011 Midwestern State 42 62 104 7.0-15 1.0-5 2 2-0 1 0 3 0 0 3-3 0 0 11/12/2011 Texas A&M-Commerce 29 46 75 12.0-39 2.0-14 0 0-0 3 44 3 6 1 7-7 0 0 11/27/2011 Central Missouri 26 32 58 7.0-14 2.0-3 1 0-0 4 34 3 4 0 3-2 0 0

Pts 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

|------------------PUNTING-------------------| |---FIELD GOALS---| |------KICKOFFS------| Date Opponent No Yds Avg Long Blkd TB FC 50+ I20 Att-Made Lg Blkd No Yds Avg TB OB 9/1/2011 Colorado St.-Pueblo 4 145 36.200 53 0 0 0 1 0 1-2 23 0 5 321 64.20 0 0 9/17/2011 Texas A&M-Kingsville 5 206 41.200 50 0 1 2 1 1 2-2 36 0 8 503 62.88 0 0 9/24/2011 Incarnate Word 0 0 0.000 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 28 0 9 589 65.44 0 0 10/1/2011 Tarleton 5 176 35.200 45 0 0 2 0 2 0-0 0 7 425 60.71 0 0 10/8/2011 Angelo State 7 334 47.700 56 0 0 1 3 2 1-2 32 0 4 267 66.75 0 0 10/15/2011 Abilene Christian 7 282 35.150 48 0 2 1 0 4 1-1 44 0 4 260 65.00 0 0 10/22/2011 Eastern New Mexico 2 88 44.000 54 0 0 1 1 1 1-1 25 0 9 590 65.56 0 1 10/29/2011 Central Washington 4 187 46.800 57 0 0 1 1 1 0-0 0 8 511 63.88 0 0 11/5/2011 Midwestern State 7 302 42.250 68 0 2 0 2 1 0-0 0 6 371 61.83 0 0 11/12/2011 Texas A&M-Commerce 4 183 45.800 55 0 0 0 2 1 0-1 0 1 8 502 62.75 0 2 11/27/2011 Central Missouri 2 95 47.500 52 0 0 0 1 0 2-3 26 0 6 330 55.00 0 1

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2011 Final Staticstics 2011 West Texas A&M Football – Opponent Game-by-Game |---RUSHING---| Date Opponent No. Yds TD Lg 9/1/2011 Colorado St.-Pueblo 42 133 2 43 9/17/2011 Texas A&M-Kingsville 31 102 0 21 9/24/2011 Incarnate Word 36 67 0 38 10/1/2011 Tarleton 27 91 0 25 10/8/2011 Angelo State 39 123 0 14 10/15/2011 Abilene Christian 40 95 2 12 10/22/2011 Eastern New Mexico 39 144 0 26 10/29/2011 Central Washington 23 81 0 20 11/5/2011 Midwestern State 62 298 5 44 11/12/2011 Texas A&M-Commerce 28 74 0 18 11/27/2011 Central Missouri 22 50 1 13

|--RECEIVING--| No. Yds TD Lg 11 105 0 56 30 335 3 45 21 197 1 29 19 220 1 70 25 204 1 31 18 305 2 75 22 199 3 22 31 358 4 56 16 177 0 39 17 68 0 19 25 223 0 25

|---PASSING---| |--KICK RET--| |-----PUNT RET-----| Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg 105 0 56 0 0 0 0 3 68 0 62 335 3 45 8 160 0 38 1 6 0 6 197 1 29 4 69 0 18 0 0 0 0 220 1 70 7 113 0 30 1 -14 0 0 204 1 31 3 35 0 21 4 13 0 7 305 2 75 3 82 0 39 1 -2 0 0 199 3 22 5 132 0 33 1 6 0 6 358 4 56 7 105 0 27 2 1 0 1 177 0 39 1 23 0 23 2 3 0 3 68 0 19 5 60 0 20 3 5 0 9 223 0 25 2 71 0 44 1 13 0 13

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|---TACKLES---| |-SACKS-| |-FUMBLE-| Pass Blkd XPTS Date Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds QBH Brk Kick Att-Mad Run Rcv Saf 9/1/2011 Colorado St.-Pueblo 39 42 81 8.0-23 2.0-11 0 1-0 3 66 1 8 2 2-2 0 0 9/17/2011 Texas A&M-Kingsville 28 26 54 3.0-13 1.0-8 1 1-0 0 0 2 5 0 3-3 0 0 9/24/2011 Incarnate Word 26 32 58 5.0-10 1.0-0 1 1-0 2 44 1 3 0 1-1 0 0 10/1/2011 Tarleton 49 26 75 6.0-24 2.0-15 2 2-0 0 0 1 4 0 1-1 0 0 10/8/2011 Angelo State 28 24 52 8.0-39 4.0-22 1 1-0 0 0 1 9 0 1-1 0 0 10/15/2011 Abilene Christian 34 24 58 8.0-46 7.0-45 1 1-0 0 0 2 7 0 4-4 0 0 10/22/2011 Eastern New Mexico 28 28 56 3.0-16 1.0-8 1 1-0 0 0 1 3 0 3-3 0 0 10/29/2011 Central Washington 48 28 76 6.0-19 2.0-13 1 1-9 1 0 1 3 0 5-5 0 0 11/5/2011 Midwestern State 26 16 42 4.0-16 2.0-13 0 2-0 0 0 7 12 0 5-5 0 0 11/12/2011 Texas A&M-Commerce 29 26 55 8.0-27 1.0-5 0 1-0 1 0 0 5 1 0-0 0 0 11/27/2011 Central Missouri 29 60 89 6.0-26 2.0-15 1 1-0 2 0 1 4 1 1-1 0 0

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|------------------PUNTING-------------------| |---FIELD GOALS---| |------KICKOFFS------| Date Opponent No Yds Avg Long Blkd TB FC 50+ I20 Att-Made Lg Blkd No Yds Avg TB OB 9/1/2011 Colorado St.-Pueblo 6 273 45.500 54 0 1 0 3 1 4-4 52 0 7 466 66.57 0 0 9/17/2011 Texas A&M-Kingsville 4 151 37.800 47 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 4 220 55.00 0 0 9/24/2011 Incarnate Word 6 210 21.000 55 1 0 0 1 1 0-1 0 1 1 41 41.00 0 0 10/1/2011 Tarleton 5 199 39.800 57 0 0 1 1 0 2-3 40 0 5 327 65.40 0 0 10/8/2011 Angelo State 10 357 25.667 59 1 1 3 2 2 0-1 0 0 2 116 58.00 0 0 10/15/2011 Abilene Christian 7 284 40.600 60 0 1 1 2 0 0-1 0 0 5 337 67.40 0 1 10/22/2011 Eastern New Mexico 8 342 47.550 54 0 0 1 2 4 0-0 0 4 255 63.75 0 0 10/29/2011 Central Washington 7 265 37.900 56 0 1 1 1 4 0-0 0 6 339 56.50 0 0 11/5/2011 Midwestern State 6 173 28.800 40 0 0 2 0 2 0-1 0 0 5 296 59.20 0 0 11/12/2011 Texas A&M-Commerce 11 374 18.700 45 1 0 3 0 0 0-1 0 0 1 55 55.00 0 0 11/27/2011 Central Missouri 5 193 38.600 45 0 0 1 0 2 0-0 0 2 127 63.50 0 0

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2011 game recaps - Game 1

Thursday, September 1, 2011 • kimbrough memorial stadium • canyon, texas • (7,953)

csu-pueblo drops no. 19 buffaloes in season opener, 26-24 CANYON, Texas – The No. 19-ranked West Texas A&M Buffaloes took a fourpoint lead into the fourth quarter, but a pair of field goals from Colorado State-Pueblo helped the Thunderwolves knock-off the Buffs in the season-opener at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium in Canyon, Texas, Thursday night. The Buffs took a seven-point lead with 6:43 left in the third quarter on a 33-yard from Khiry Robinson, but it wasn’t enough as the Thunderwolves scored nine-unanswered points to take the season-opening win from the Buffs. CSUP’s Kyle Major made field goals from 38 yards, and a pair of 40 yarders to give the Thunderwolves a 26-24 lead with 5:00 minutes left. WT drove the field with the next possession, but the offense stalled at the Thunderwolves’ 40-yard line allowing CSUP to run-out the majority of the rest of the clock. WTAMU had one final chance, getting the ball back with 27 seconds remaining, but following a one-yard loss on a rush, the offense tallied just 22 more yards as time expired. The Thunderwolves opened the game with the ball, but on third-and-10, WT’s Anthony Scott forced CSUP’s Ross Dausin to fumble and Keith Voss recovered the football on the Thunderwolves 24-yard line. Then, what just took nine seconds, Tommy Hampton scampered his way to the end zone on the first offensive play of the season for the Buffaloes, giving WT a quick 7-0 lead with 13:45 still remaining in the first quarter. Following a CSUP drive that was stalled at the Thunderwolves 47 yard line, the Buffs then extended its lead to 10-0 with 10:07 left on the clock on a Sergio Castillo, Jr., field goal from 23-yards out. The kick came after a scoring drive of 12 plays for 69 yards in 3:55. The Thunderwolves put-up its first points of the game on three-play scoring drive that went 60 yards in 37 seconds, when Dausin crossed the goal line on a one-yard touchdown run. The score came after a 56-yard pass completion from Dausin to Deontrae Cooper that put the Thunderwolves at the WT one-yard line. WT countered with a long bomb from Tanner Marsh to Brittan Golden that went 71-yards. Marsh opened the drive with a nine-yard pass to Trevor Hammargren then completed the drive with the touchdown toss to Golden, giving the Buffs a 17-7 lead following the two-play, 80y-yard drive that lasted all of 38 seconds. Both the Thunderwolves and Buffs each had to punt on its next possessions, but CSUP then put together a 13-play, 74-yard drive that ended with Dausin collecting his second touchdown of the game – another one-yard run that took 3:51 off the clock. CSUP’s deficit decreased to just three points, but a WT fumble gave the ThunderWolves the ball with 2:55 left and CSUP took advantage of the Buffalo mishap. The drive just took four plays, but CSUP tied the game on a 52-yard field goal from Kyle Major to tie the game 17-17 with 1:11 remaining in the first-half.

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Statistics CSU-P WTAMU FIRST DOWNS................... 10 24 RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............ 42-133 25-141 PASSING YDS (NET)............. 105 415 Passes Att-Comp-Int........... 21-11-0 56-36-3 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS..... 63-238 81-556 Fumble Returns-Yards.......... 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards............ 3-68 4-39 Kickoff Returns-Yards......... 0-0 2-61 Interception Returns-Yards.... 3-66 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg)............ 6-45.5 4-36.2 Fumbles-Lost.................. 3-3 3-1 Penalties-Yards............... 5-40 11-110 Possession Time............... 31:56 28:04 Third-Down Conversions........ 3 of 17 4 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions....... 1 of 2 2 of 4 Red-Zone Scores-Chances....... 3-3 1-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards........ 2-11 2-9

Despite beginning the drive at their own 20-yard line, the Buffs came just seven yards shy from taking a seven-point lead into the locker room, but Golden came up just short on a 31-yard pass from Dustin Vaughan as time expired. The Buffs went seven plays for 73 yards, but just missed scoring the third touchdown of the first-half and instead went into the intermission all tied at 17-17. Marsh finished the first-half going 9-for-12 and passing for 181 yards with a touchdown. Vaughan went 11-for-116 for 129 yards and had one interception. Golden led all receivers with 119 yards in the half and Jeremy Watson led the receiving corps with six catches that went for 72 yards. Kevin McClusky led the Buffalo defense with four total tackles that included three solo tackles. The Thunderwolves rushing attack of Jessie Lewis and Jamaal Johnson tallied 89 yards in the first half on 20 carries. Dausin went into the locker room with five carries for 29 yards and both Thunderwolves’ touchdowns. He went 7-for-11 in the air for 89 yards and did not have an interception. Cooper led all receivers with a pair of catches for 68 yards. After a pair of possessions from both teams, WT finally got back on the scoreboard on a 33-yard touchdown run from Robinson. His touchdown run completed a fourplay, 42-yard drive that spanned over 1:26 and gave the Buffs a 27-17 lead with 6:43 left to play in the third quarter. CSUP pulled back to within four points on another field goal from Major, a 38-yard kick that made it a 24-20 game still in favor of the Buffaloes with 28 seconds left to play in the third quarter. Major then went onto nail a pair of 40-yard kicks that solidified the Thunderwolves’ 26-24 victory at Kimbrough Memorial. The WTAMU offense finished the game with 556 yards of offense, but four turnovers allowed CSUP to get back into the game, despite only netting three-points at a time. Marsh finished the game completing 15 passes from 24 attempts for 236 yards and one interception. Vaughan went 21-for-32 for 179 yards and a pair of picks. Robinson tallied more than 100 yards on the ground in his first appearance in a Buffalo uniform, collecting 116 yards on eight carries. Golden led all receivers with 151 yards on seven catches, while Watson tallied 10 catches for 104 yards. CSUP’s running back tandem of Lewis and Johnson tallied just 95 yards on the ground off 28 carries and Dausin went 11-for-21 for 104 yards in the air. Cooper’s 68 yards receiving led all CSUP receivers.

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Individual Statistics Rushing (Att-Yds-TDs) Colorado St.-Pueblo-J. Johnson 15-65; J. Lewis 14-31; R. Dausin 8-16; J.B. Mathews 4-12; M. McNeal 1-2; M. Williamson 0-7. West Texas A&M-K. Robinson 8-116; T. Hampton 11-55; J. McSheffery 1-minus 1; T. Marsh 4-minus 12; TEAM 1-minus 17. Passing (C-Att.-Int., Yds., TDs) Colorado St.-Pueblo-R. Dausin 11-21-0-105. West Texas A&M-D. Vaughan 21-32-2-179; T. Marsh 15-24-1-236. Receiving (Rec.-Yds.-TDs) Colorado St.-Pueblo-J. Sandoval 3-10; D. Cooper 2-68; K. Wittek 2-13; J.B. Mathews 1-9; R.Pfannenschmid 1-3; J. Sperber 1-3; D. Cartwright 1-minus 1. West Texas A&M-J. Watson 10-104; B. Golden 7-151; N. Slaughter 6-38; T. Hampton 6-24; L. Ratliff 2-38; K. Robinson 2-16; T. Hammargren 2-14; T. Allen 1-30.

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2011 game recaps - Game 2

West Texas A&m at #5 texas a&m-Kingsville

SATURday, September 17, 2011 • cowboy stadium • arlington, texas • (24,837)

buffs top no. 5 javelinas at lsc football festival, 42-21 ARLINGTON, Texas – West Texas A&M’s Dustin Vaughan (So-1L, Corpus Christi, Texas) was making his first-ever collegiate start, and all the sophomore quarterback did was complete 24 passes for 384 yards and throw for three touchdowns, while guiding the Buffaloes to a 42-21 victory over No. 5-ranked Texas A&M-Kingsville before an Lone Star Conference-record crowd of 24,276 people at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Saturday night. Vaughan, who was named the Buff’s starting quarterback earlier in the week, drove the field with his first possession and guided WT to a 7-0 lead with 11:30 remaining in the first quarter, following his 11-yard touchdown strike to Lance Ratliff (So-1L, Lubbock, Texas). The drive ended following seven plays for 65 yards that took 3:30 off the clock. It was Vaughan’s first career touchdown pass, as well as Ratliff’s first TD reception. WT then took a 10-point lead at the 5:41 mark in the first quarter as Sergio Castillo, Jr., (So-1L, La Joya, Texas) kicked a 36-yard field goal to cap-off a 12-play, 55-yard drive that lasted 3:48. Castillo again put up another field goal with 12:28 remaining in the second quarter to give the Buffs a 13-0 lead. His 25-yard field goal capped off an 11-play, 68 yard drive that took 3:24 off the clock. With just over three minutes left to play in the first-half, WT linebacker Zane Farris (Sr-3L, Nazareth, Texas) sacked TAMUK quarterback Nate Poppell at the Javelinas’ 17-yard line and forced a fumble that fellow linebacker, Kevin McCluskey (Jr-2L, Waxahachie, Texas), scooped up at the 18-yard line and took it all the way back to score his first-ever defensive touchdown, giving the Buffs a 19-0 lead with 3:10 left to play. Castillo’s extra point attempt was good, putting WT on top, 20-0. The Javelinas finally got on the board with 39 seconds left to play in the first-half, with a touchdown pass from Daniel Ramirez to Robert Armstrong. Matt Stoll’s extra point made it a 20-7 game, capping off a 2-play, 20 yard drive by the Javelinas that took :59 off the clock. WT took a 21-point lead with 10:54 remaining in the third quarter, when Vaughan hooked up with Jeremy Watson for a 43-yard touchdown pass. The Buffs then used the swinging gate on the ensuing extra point and linebacker Anthony Scott (Sr-3L, Amarillo, Texas) ran in the ball for a two-point conversion to put the Buffs up 28-7. Flashbacks from 2010 came over the next 10 minutes of play, as TAMUK scored back-to-back touchdowns to pull within seven points of the Buffs, but WT iced the game with another TD pass from Vaughan with :25 left on the clock in the third quarter. This time the sophomore hooked up with Torrence Allen (So-1L, Meridian, Texas) for a 61-yard touchdown strike. It was the first play from scrimmage, taking all of eight seconds off the clock to give the Buffs a 35-21 lead.

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WT then put the game out of reach with 3:39 left in the contest as Khiry Robinson (Jr-TR, Belton, Texas) scampered in from two-yards out to cap-off a seven-play, 78 yard drive and give the Buffs a commanding 21-point lead, up 42-21. TAMUK used the remaining 3:32 to drive 76 yards, but their attempts to get the ball into the end zone one final time failed following a pair of incomplete passes and then a fumble on the final play of the game. WT finished the game tallying 421 yards of total offense while TAMUK tallied 437 yards in the game. WT wide receiver Brittan Golden (Sr-3L, Denver City, Texas) finished the game with seven catches for 131 yards. The senior wideout has now accumulated over 125 yards receiving in his last three games dating back to last year’s playoff game at Central Missouri. Ratliff finished with four catches for 39 yards and the one touchdown, while Watson had three completions for 54 yards and his one touchdown on the evening. Robinson led the Buffs on the ground with five rushes for 24 yards and one touchdown. Tommy Hampton (Sr-1L, Bronx, N.Y.) had eight rushes for 19 yards on the evening as well. Scott led the defense with eight tackles with four of them coming via the solo tackle. McCluskey followed with seven tackles, all of them of the solo variety. Curtis Jefferson (Sr-3L, Houston, Texas) and Caleb Randolph (Sr-3L, Crosby, Texas) both had seven tackles as well. Farris, Albertson Alexandre (Sr-TR, Miami, Fla.) and Tyrell Higgins (Jr-TR, Schertz, Texas) each a sack on the night, while Jefferson, Randolph and Maurice Caldwell (Sr-3L, San Antonio, Texas) all had interceptions in the game. TAMUK’s Jonathan Woodsen led the ground game for the Javelinas, collecting 14 rushes for 59 yards. Poppell completed 26 passes of 42 attempts for 306 yards. He had two touchdowns and two interceptions. Armstrong led the Javelinas in receiving with seven catches for 98 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

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Statistics WTAMU TAMUK FIRST DOWNS................... 18 23 RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............ 16-37 31-102 PASSING YDS (NET)............. 384 335 Passes Att-Comp-Int........... 41-24-0 49-30-3 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS..... 57-421 80-437 Fumble Returns-Yards.......... 1-18 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards............ 2--12 1-6 Kickoff Returns-Yards......... 4-101 8-160 Interception Returns-Yards.... 3-20 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg)............ 5-41.2 4-37.8 Fumbles-Lost.................. 2-1 5-1 Penalties-Yards............... 9-94 11-90 Possession Time............... 23:19 36:41 Third-Down Conversions........ 5 of 13 5 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions....... 0 of 0 2 of 4 Red-Zone Scores-Chances....... 4-4 2-5 Sacks By: Number-Yards........ 5-36 1-8

Individual Statistics Rushing (Att-Yds) West Texas A&M-K. Robinson 5-24; T. Hampton 8-19; TEAM 1-minus 2; D. Vaughan 2-minus 4. Texas A&M-Kingsville-Jonathan Woodson 14-59; Randall Toney 4-24; Daniel Ramirez 4-15; Arron Fisher 2-7; Robert Armstrong 1-0; Nate Poppell 6-minus 3. Passing (C-Att.-Int., Yds) West Texas A&M-D. Vaughan 24-41-0-384. Texas A&M-Kingsville-Nate Poppell 26-42-2-306; Daniel Ramirez 4-6-0-29; Joseph Vela 0-1-1-0. Receiving (Rec.-Yds) West Texas A&M-B. Golden 7-131; L. Ratliff 4-39; J. Watson 3-54; T. Allen 2-64; K. Robinson 2-28; T. Hampton 2-25; T. Hammargren 2-13; N. Slaughter 1-23; L. Forga 1-7. Texas A&M-Kingsville-Jonathan Woodson 8-51; Robert Armstrong 7-98; Christian Taylor 4-74; Sherman Batiste 3-38; Randall Toney 3-35; Arron Fisher 2-19; Fletcher Robinson 1-9; Joseph Vela 1-9; Derek Tesch 1-2.

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2011 game recaps - Game 3 incarnate word at #21 West Texas A&m

no. 21 west texas a&m routs incarnate word, 52-7 CANYON, Texas – The No. 21 West Texas A&M Buffaloes took a 7-0 lead after just two plays on offense and never looked back, downing the Incarnate Word Cardinals, 52-7, Saturday night at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium in Canyon. The Buffs improved to 2-1 overall on the season and remain perfect in Lone Star Conference games at 2-0. The Cardinals dropped to 1-3 overall and 1-1 in LSC play. “We came out of the starting blocks really well again tonight and that is a sign of good preparation,” WT head football coach Don Carthel said. “Our coaches did a really good job this week in getting these guys ready to play and stay focused. We had our best week of practice that we have had in a really long time and the guys were ready to play. They wanted to come out her to Kimbrough and show these fans that we have a good ball club.” WT didn’t waste any time getting on the scoreboard as Dustin Vaughan and Lance Ratliff hooked up for the game’s first touchdown for the second-straight game. This time the duo paired up for a 62-yard strike that the sophomore wideout took all the way to the other end of the field to quickly put the Buffs in the end zone. Sergio Castillo, Jr., then put up the extra point to give the Buffs the quick 7-0. The Buffs went three-and-out on its ensuing possession, but WT then opened up its fourth possession of the game at the 3:45 mark in the first quarter en route to a 10 play, 92-yard drive that took 3:34 off the clock. Vaughan’s first pass was incomplete, but the sophomore quarterback followed it up with five-straight completions. His fifth completion went to Tommy Hampton for 13 yards, but a holding penalty brought the ball back to the WT 46-yard line, which put the Buffs at 1st-and-20. Two incompletions later, Vaughan threw a strike to Jeremy Watson for a 52-yard touchdown pass. The extra point was good and WT went up 14-0 with just :11 seconds to play in the first quarter. The Buffs took a 17-point lead with 13:18 left to play in the first-half on Castillo’s 28-yard field goal. WT had the ball inside its own 10-yard line following a blocked punt by Nathan Slaughter, but UIW’s defense held strong and allowed just the three points. WT’s next drive started with 10:40 left to play in the half and ended with another touchdown pass from Vaughan. This time the quarterback hooked up with Brittan Golden for a 13-yard touchdown reception that went seven plays for 68 yards and took 3:08 off the clock. The Cardinals finally got on the board as time expired in the first half. UIW’s Payden Lynch looked to be out of options as WT’s defense forced him out of the pocket, but as the clock struck 00:00, the quarterback found Jacob Love in the back of the end zone for the score. The Cardinal’s Thomas Rebold was good on the extra point and both teams headed to the locker room with the Buffs up 24-7. The Buffs opened up the second half just like they did the first, with another touchdown score. Vaughan and Golden hooked up for the second time on the night, this time for a 52-yard touchdown that took five plays for 76 yards to put WT up 31-7 with 12:20

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Statistics UIW WTAMU FIRST DOWNS................... 19 17 RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............ 36-67 19-64 PASSING YDS (NET)............. 197 410 Passes Att-Comp-Int........... 36-21-3 34-24-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS..... 72-264 53-474 Fumble Returns-Yards.......... 0-0 1-8 Punt Returns-Yards............ 0-0 5-65 Kickoff Returns-Yards......... 4-69 1-5 Interception Returns-Yards.... 2-44 3-121 Punts (Number-Avg)............ 6-35.0 0-0.0 Fumbles-Lost.................. 1-1 2-1 Penalties-Yards............... 7-55 11-104 Possession Time............... 36:10 23:50 Third-Down Conversions........ 7 of 16 8 of 11 Fourth-Down Conversions....... 0 of 0 0 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances....... 1-2 3-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards........ 1-0 4-48

left in the third quarter. Less than four minutes later, the Buffs took a 31-point lead on Caleb Randolph’s 97-yard fumble return that went for a touchdown. Lynch’s pass was complete to Love, but Curtis Jefferson stripped the ball away and Randolph recovered the fumble at the three-yard line. He then went the distance, breaking a few tackles on the way to the end zone. Castillo’s extra point was good and WT led 38-7 with 8:43 left to play in the quarter. The Buffs next drive started with 5:44 left in the third quarter and ended, yet again, with another touchdown pass from Vaughan. This time the quarterback found tailback Khiry Robinson on a swing pass that he took nine yards to the end zone. Following the extra point, WT’s lead grew to 45-7 with 3:02 left to play in the third quarter. The Buff defense scored its second touchdown of the evening with 14:53 left to play in the fourth quarter. WT’s Curtis Slater just stripped the ball away from UIW’s quarterback at the Cardinal eight-yard line and then ran the short distance to pay-dirt. Castillo was again good on the extra point and the Buffs led 52-7. Neither offense scored in the second half. WT’s Tanner Marsh relieved Vaughan in quarterback duties and completed five of his nine passes for 75 yards with one interception. The junior quarterback carried the ball twice for 10 yards as well. Vaughan finished the evening completing 19 of his 25 pass attempts for 335 yards and threw a career-high five touchdowns. He had the one interception, but was not sacked at all on the evening. Both Vaughan and Marsh did a very good job of spreading the ball out on the evening, targeting 11 receivers for a total of 24 receptions. Watson and Robinson led the team with four catches each and Watson’s 94 yards receiving were tops on the team. Hampton led the ground game collecting 21 yards on six attempts. Robinson tallied 18 yards on six carries as well. The Buffs racked up a total of 474 yards on the night and the defense held the Cardinals to just 270 yards of offense – including just 67 total yards on the ground. The Buffs were led defensively by Calob Randolph who tallied five solo tackles and nine total tackles. He had the one fumble recovery that went 97-yards and had a pass break-up as well. Michael Odiari was next in tackles, totaling seven tackles with one solo tackle. Mario Goins was responsible for both interceptions that Lynch threw. He averaged 12 yards per interception return as he tallied 24 yards total on the night.

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SATURday, September 24, 2011 • Kimbrough Memorial Stadium • Canyon, Texas • (6,138)

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Individual Statistics Rushing (Att-Yds) Incarnate Word-Eric Massoni 7-62; Tahje Canyon 6-19; Trent Rios 12-13; Jacob Love 1-0; Paden Lynch 10-minus 27. West Texas A&M-T. Hampton 6-21; K. Robinson 6-18; T. Marsh 2-10; A. Flores 4-8; D. Vaughan 1-7 Passing (C-Att.-Int., Yds) Incarnate Word-Paden Lynch 19-32-3-167; Eric Massoni 2-4-0-30. West Texas A&M-D. Vaughan 19-25-1-335; T. Marsh 5-9-1-75. Receiving (Rec.-Yds) Incarnate Word-Jacob Love 5-35; Andrew Mocio 4-50; Colton Palmer 4-42; Austin Quinney 3-21; Shane Knight 1-29; Caleb Kocian 1-13; Tahje Canyon 1-6; Stan Sullivan 1-5; Trent Rios 1-minus 4. West Texas A&M-J. Watson 4-94; K. Robinson 4-21; B. Golden 3-70; L. Ratliff 2-76; L. Russell 2-38; L. Forga 2-33; A. Coleman 2-28; T. Allen 2-26; N. Slaughter 1-9; J. Hancock 1-9; T. Hampton 1-6.

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2011 game recaps - Game 4 #20 West Texas A&m at tarleton state

SATURday, october 1, 2011 • memorial Stadium • Stephenville, Texas • (7,534)

no. 20 wt rolls tarleton state on the road, 44-13 STEPHENVILLE, Texas – The No. 20-ranked West Texas A&M Buffaloes trailed 7-0 with just 15 seconds coming off the clock, but the team countered the Tarleton’s quick strike and outscored the Texans 44-6 over the final 59:45 of the contest, en route to a 44-13 win at Memorial Stadium in Stephenville, Texas, Saturday night. The Buffs improved to 3-1 overall on the season and remain perfect in Lone Star Conference play at 3-0. The Texans drop to 1-4 overall and are now 1-2 in the LSC. “It was a dog fight,” WTAMU head football coach Don Carthel said. “They came out and knocked us down early, but we got back up and played good Buffalo football. It is always nice to get wins on the road and when coming into a hostile environment like this and play the way we did, it is just extra special.” Tarleton’s Nick Stephens ran a play-action-pass on the very first play of the game and it worked to perfection for the Texans as he hit a wide-open Clifton Rhodes for a 70-yard touchdown strike to quickly give the Texans a 6-0 lead with just 15 seconds coming off the clock. Jerry Owens’ extra point was good and Tarleton led 7-0 with 14:45 left to play in the first quarter. The Buffs countered right back though on its ensuing possession, working a 6-play, 58-yard drive to tie the game 7-7. Tommy Hampton rushed the ball for eight yards on the first play from scrimmage and Dustin Vaughan completed three-straight passes, with his third one going to Nathan Slaughter for 32 yards to put WT at the 1-yard line. Khiry Robinson finished the drive off with a one-yard run into the end zone and Sergio Castillo, Jr., connected on the extra point to tie the game with 11:56 left in the first quarter. Tarleton then took a three-point lead on its next possession with a 28-yard field goal. His kick finished off a nine-play, 75-yard drive that spanned over two and half minutes and the Texans led 10-7 with 9:09 left in the first quarter. The Buffs went three-and-out on its next possession, but the defense held its ground – sacking Stephens in the end zone for a safety. D.J. Ross came off the edge and forced Stephens out of the pocket, but Ross was too quick and got to the quarterback to pull the Buffs within a point, down 10-9 with 7:28 left in the first quarter. Vaughan opened the second quarter completing three-straight passes that put the Buffs down to the two-yard line. Robinson then hit pay-dirt for the second time with 14:06 left to play in the half, completing a nine-play, 71 yard drive into the end zone. Castillo’s extra point was good and the Buffs led 16-10. Tarleton pulled to within three points with 4:55 left to play on another field goal from Owens – a 40-yard field goal that made it a 16-13 game still in favor of the Buffs. WT had two more possessions over the final five minutes of the first-half, but could not get back into the end zone or close enough to try a field goal. Instead, the

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Statistics WTAMU TSU FIRST DOWNS................... 29 16 RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............ 37-143 27-91 PASSING YDS (NET)............. 387 220 Passes Att-Comp-Int........... 43-31-0 37-19-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS..... 80-530 64-311 Fumble Returns-Yards.......... 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards............ 1-1 1--14 Kickoff Returns-Yards......... 3-48 7-113 Interception Returns-Yards.... 0-0 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg)............ 5-35.2 5-39.8 Fumbles-Lost.................. 2-2 3-1 Penalties-Yards............... 5-55 8-81 Possession Time............... 35:27 24:33 Third-Down Conversions........ 8 of 15 1 of 13 Fourth-Down Conversions....... 0 of 0 0 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances....... 5-7 1-1 Sacks By: Number-Yards........ 1-5 2-15

Buffs had to settle on a pair of punts from Kevin VanVoris, with his second one ending the first-half. Both teams combined to rack-up 409 yards of total offense, with WT racking up 209 yards and Tarleton putting up 200 yards. Vaughan opened the second-half not skipping a beat, completing all five of his pass attempts in WT’s opening drive. His fifth pass completion went to Slaughter for a 10-yard touchdown pass to put the Buffs up 22-13. The pass wrapped up a nine-play, 80-yard drive and Castillo then nailed his extra point attempt to put the Buffs up 23-23 with 10:48 left to play in the third quarter. WT took its next possession the length of the field, completing a seven-play, 70-yard drive on a 13-yard scamper from Tommy Hampton with 6:18 left to play in the quarter. Castillo’s extra point was good and WT’s lead swelled to 17 points, up 30-13. Vaughan found Landon Forga with 23 seconds left in the third quarter for a touchdown pass that completed another 70-yard drive. This time the Buffs took eight plays to score as Forga scored his first-career touchdown from 17-yards out. Castillo’s extra point was good and WT led 37-13 heading into the fourth quarter. With 8:08 left to play, Tanner Marsh completed a 37-yard strike to Slaughter on a third-and-one play to put the Buffs up 43-13. The play capped off an eight-play, 79yard drive with Marsh just throwing two passes in the possession. His first completion went to Lance Ratliff for 11 yards before his strike to Slaughter. Castillo’s extra point was good and the Buff’s lead increased to 44-13. The Buffs finished the game racking up 530 total yards of offense and holding the Texans to just 311 yards. WT tallied 387 yards in the air and 143 yards on the ground. Vaughan finished the game completing 29 of his 39 passes for 339 yards – his third-straight 300+ yard game. He threw a pair of scores and did not have an interception on the night. Marsh went 2-for-2 for 48 yards and a score and third-string quarterback Luke Halpin went 0-for-2. Hampton led the ground attack, rushing 74 yards on 13 carries and a score. Robinson followed with 67 yards on 12 carries and two touchdowns. Golden led the team with eight grabs on the night, which he took for 82 yards. Slaughter tallied 96 yards on five catches and a pair of touchdowns. Defensively the Buffs were led by D.J. Ross and Curtis Jefferson, who both had five tackles each. Both player’s tackles all came via the solo variety. Six different WT players followed with three tackles each.

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Individual Statistics Rushing (Att-Yds) West Texas A&M-T. Hampton 13-74; K. Robinson 12-67; A. Flores 6-21; B. Golden 1-0; TEAM 2-minus 2; L. Halpin 1-minus 2; D. Vaughan 2-minus 15. Tarleton-C. Vaughn 8-26; B. Lowery 7-26; A. Doyle 3-20; J. Sturns 2-13; E. Robertson 5-11; B. Croak 1-0; N. Stephens 1-minus 5. Passing (C-Att.-Int., Yds) West Texas A&M-D. Vaughan 29-39-0-339; T. Marsh 2-2-0-48; L. Halpin 0-2-0-0. Tarleton-N. Stephens 17-32-0-199; A. Doyle 2-5-0-21. Receiving (Rec.-Yds) West Texas A&M-B. Golden 8-82; L. Ratliff 7-86; N. Slaughter 5-96; T. Allen 3-46; J. Watson 3-43; L. Forga 2-21; T. Hammargren 2-16; B. Johnson 1-minus 3. Tarleton-C. Rhodes 4-112; R. Green 3-26; C. Vaughn 3-18; B. Lowery 3-9; B. Croak 2-29; L. Clark 2-7; A. Buckingham 1-15; E. Robertson 1-4.

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2011 game recaps - Game 5

angelo state at #20 west texas A&M (Homecoming)

no. 20 buffs win 7th straight homecoming over rams, 19-7 CANYON, Texas – The No. 20 West Texas A&M Buffaloes did not score on its first possession of the game as it has in the previous four games, but that did not stop the team from winning its seventh-straight Homecoming contest – downing Angelo State 19-7 in front of a crowd of 14,577 at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium in Canyon on Saturday. The Buffs improved to 4-1 overall and remain perfect in Lone Star Conference play with the win over the Rams. ASU meanwhile falls to 3-3 overall and lose its third-straight LSC game to go to 0-3 in the standings. It was a very uneventful first-half for both teams as WT took a 7-0 lead into the locker room. Both teams combined for just 258 yards of total offense and scoring just the one touchdown between them. After a 0-0 first quarter, WT finally got on the scoreboard with 2:21 left to play before the break. Tommy Hampton took a screen pass from quarterback Dustin Vaughan for 36 yards before finally jumping into the end zone for the score. Sergio Castillo, Jr., came on for the extra point and his kick capped off a three-play, 40 yard drive that took 1:09 off the clock. There was not any other scoring in the half, but both teams failed to make its respective field goal attempts. ASU’s Jarred Martin missed a 30-yard attempt with 8:26 left in the second quarter as his kick missed wide-left. Castillo’s 48-yard attempt for the Buffs was wide-left as well, when he missed with 5:04 left on the clock. Both Vaughan and Khiry Robinson led the Buffs on the ground, gaining 19 yards each on four carries. Hampton led in receiving as he tallied 43 yards on two catches, including the 36-yard touchdown. Vaughan was 7-for-14 for 97 yards and the one TD pass. He did not throw an interception, but he was sacked three times in the half. ASU’s Tristian Carter led the Rams on the ground with 31 yards at the break. Jake Strickler came into the game for starting quarterback Blake Hamblin and he led the team in passing, completing 11 of his 19 pass attempts for 85 yards. He was intercepted once as WT’s John McSheffery picked off his pass in the end zone as the first-half ended. C.J. Akins led the Rams in receiving, catching four passes for 44 yards. Castillo got the Buffs back on the board with a 32-yard field goal at the 11:37 mark of the third quarter to put WT on top 10-0. His field goal capped off WT’s first possession of the second-half, which went eight plays for 36 yards and took 2:00 off of the clock. Brittan Golden looked as if he scored his second-straight punt return for a touchdown with 13:23 left to play in the fourth quarter, but a pair of penalties on the

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Statistics ASU FIRST DOWNS................... 19 RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............ 39-123 PASSING YDS (NET)............. 199 Passes Att-Comp-Int........... 48-25-1 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS..... 87-322 Fumble Returns-Yards.......... 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards............ 4-13 Kickoff Returns-Yards......... 3-40 Interception Returns-Yards.... 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg)............ 10-35.7 Fumbles-Lost.................. 0-0 Penalties-Yards............... 10-87 Possession Time............... 35:52 Third-Down Conversions........ 4 of 20 Fourth-Down Conversions....... 3 of 5 Red-Zone Scores-Chances....... 0-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards........ 4-22

Buffaloes brought both scores back. The senior wide receiver took the first punt return for 80 yards, but he was called for an illegal advance on the ball after signaling a fair catch. On ASU’s next possession, the Rams punted to Golden again and he looked to take it all the way back again – this time from 88 yards out. But just as he was about waltz into the end zone, the play was called back for an illegal block in the back. The Buffs would not let the penalty affect the drive though, as Robinson hit pay-dirt just two plays later from 23-yards out. His fifth rushing touchdown of the season put the Buffs on top 16-0 and Castillo’s extra point made it a 17-point lead with 12:11 left in the contest. Torrence Allen helped make it a 19-0 game with his blocked punt that went out of the end zone for a safety with 12:16 left to play. ASU’s drive started at their own 12-yard line and then following a three-and-out, Allen came through for the block that ASU’s George Shamblen kicked from the Rams’ own end zone. The Buffs were 16 seconds away from recording its first shutout since Nov. 8, 2008, when WT throttled Tarleton 51-0, but ASU’s Strickler connected with Akins from 26 yards out to put the Rams on the scoreboard – ending all hopes of the shutout. Despite not shutting out the Rams, the Buffs were able to improve to 10-14 overall in the all-time series, which includes a 3-2 record over ASU in homecoming contests. WT improved to 41-26-2 all-time in homecoming contests as well. WT leaders on the evening include Robinson carrying the ball 10 times for 68 yards and a score, Nathan Slaughter collecting four catches for a team-high 51 yards and Vaughan completing 12 of his 30 pass attempts for 150 yards and the one touchdown toss. The sophomore did not throw an interception in the game, making it two straight-games without a pick. The punters for both teams had a heavy load in this defense-minded battle. WT’s Kevin VanVoris tallied seven punts on the evening for a total of 334 yards (47.7 avg). He had a long punt of 56 yards and put two of his punts inside the opponent’s 20-yard line.

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SATURday, OCTOber 8, 2011 • kimbrough memorial stadium • CANYON, Texas • (14,577)

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Individual Statistics Rushing (Att-Yds) Angelo State-Tristin Carter 15-51; Jack Strickler 9-40; Blake Smith 8-20; Samir Baker 6-14; Blake Hamblin 1-minus 2. West Texas A&M-K. Robinson 10-68; T. Hampton 9-16; D. Peoples 1-13; D. Vaughan 6-6. Passing (C-Att.-Int., Yds) Angelo State-Jack Strickler 22-41-1-187; Blake Hamblin 3-7-0-12. West Texas A&M-D. Vaughan 12-30-0-150; T. Marsh 2-2-0-9. Receiving (Rec.-Yds) Angelo State-C.J. Akins 7-125; Mackenzie Hirt 4-25; Tristin Carter 4-7; Blake Smith 3-6; Nate Bayless 2-18; Bradan Ritchey 2-15; Jeffrey Miller 1-5; Antwon Williams 1-3; Paul Mason 1-minus 5. West Texas A&M-N. Slaughter 4-51; T. Hampton 2-43; J. Watson 2-23; L. Forga 2-9; B. Golden 1-14; T. Hammargren 1-10; S. Parker 1-5; Jac. Jackson 1-4.

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2011 game recaps - Game 6

#17 West Texas A&m at #10 abilene christian

SATURday, OCTOber 15, 2011 • shotwell stadium • abilene, Texas • (10,246)

no. 10 wildcats outlast no. 17 buffs in abilene, 28-18 ABILENE, Texas – For the first time since 2003 the home team prevailed in a regular-season contest between West Texas A&M and Abilene Christian, as the No. 10-ranked Wildcats downed the No. 17-ranked Buffaloes, 28-18, in front of a crowd of 10,246 at Shotwell Stadium in Abilene on Saturday. WTAMU quarterback Dustin Vaughan threw for 314 yards, completing 27 of his 53 passes and had a pair of touchdowns, but it wasn’t enough as the Buffs fell to 4-2 overall and 4-1 in the Lone Star Conference. ACU’s Mitchell Gale tallied 305 yards in the air, completing 18 of his 31 passes while guiding the Wildcats to a 5-1 overall record. ACU remains perfect in LSC play, improving to 4-0 on the season. The Buffaloes were able to get on the scoreboard first, taking a 3-0 lead on a 44-yard field goal from Sergio Castillo, Jr., with 3:29 left to play in the first quarter. Following a three-and-out from ACU, WT took its next possession from its own 28-yard line. The Buffs picked their way past midfield, but the drive stalled on a fourth down and 17. The WT offense called a timeout and then came back onto the field with Vaughan under center. But Vaughan did not attempt an offensive play, instead the quarterback pooched a punt that rolled all the way down to the ACU 1-yard line and was downed. ACU’s Daryl Richardson was stopped at the three-yard line on the first play from scrimmage, but Gale hooked up with tight end Ben Gibbs on the next play that went for 75 yards down to the WT 22-yard line. Gale just hit a little dump pass to the tight end, but the middle of the field was wide open and Gibbs did the rest, going out of bounds following a 75-yard catch-and-run. Gale then completed an 18-yard pass to Justin Andrews and then one play later, Taylor Gabriel capped off a six-play, 99-yard drive that took just over two minutes off the clock with his one-yard touchdown run. Morgan Lineberrry’s extra point was good and ACU took the lead 7-3 with 10:22 left to play in the first half. The Buffs would drive the field on its next possession, getting the ball all the way to the ACU 44-yard line following a 34-yard reception from Vaughan to Jeremy Watson. On third-and-10, Vaughan then dumped the ball off to Khiry Robinson and he took it 19 yards, breaking tackles on the way – just before getting the ball stripped from his hands. ACU’s Darien Williams recovered the ball and ACU took over at the 25-yard line. Gale then completed three-straight passes that took the Wildcats all the way down to the WT 4-yard line and Reggie Brown capped the drive off with a four-yard touchdown run. Lineberry’s PAT was good and ACU led 14-3 with 7:36 left to play. The Buffaloes were able to drive the length of the field again on its very next possession, but this time the drive wouldn’t stall with a punt or a turnover as Vaughan completed six of his eight passes on the drive and his final pass going to Watson for a 12-yard touchdown grab. The key play of the drive was when Vaughan hit Trevor Hammargren on a thirdand-17 play for 19 yards to give the Buffs the first down. He later found Watson in the end zone and Castillo’s PAT made it a 14-10 game still in favor of the Wildcats with 3:04 left to play. The Buffs were forced to punt on its first possession of the second half and again WT found a way to pin the Wildcats inside its own five-yard line – this time placing the punt at

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Statistics WTAMU FIRST DOWNS................... 20 RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............ 21-46 PASSING YDS (NET)............. 314 Passes Att-Comp-Int........... 53-27-0 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS..... 74-360 Fumble Returns-Yards.......... 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards............ 2-27 Kickoff Returns-Yards......... 1-38 Interception Returns-Yards.... 0-0 Punts (Number-Avg)............ 7-40.3 Fumbles-Lost.................. 1-1 Penalties-Yards............... 7-51 Possession Time............... 27:30 Third-Down Conversions........ 4 of 16 Fourth-Down Conversions....... 0 of 3 Red-Zone Scores-Chances....... 2-3 Sacks By: Number-Yards........ 2-10

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the 2-yard line. More bad field position for the Wildcats, but more of the same from the offense as ACU drove the field again – this time for 98 yards on 17 plays that took a full 6:06 off of the clock. Gale capped off the drive hitting Jamaine Sherman 18 yards out on a pass he just put up for grabs. Sherman came down with it to score and Lineberry came in for the extra point to put ACU on top 21-10 with 4:43 left to play in the third quarter. WT drove the field again in its next possession, beginning the drive at its own 38-yard line before marching down field. Late in the drive, Vaughan was sacked all the way back on the ACU 29-yard line, but two plays later he got the Buffs down to the 12-yard line with a 17-yard rush. But his run came on a third-and-20, giving the Buffs a fourth down and three yards to go situation. WT elected to go for it, down 11 points, but Vaughan’s pass was broken up at the line of scrimmage by ACU linebacker Thor Woerner giving the Wildcats back the ball with 1:55 left to play in the third quarter. With 8:43 left to play in the game the Buffs’ defense forced ACU to punt. ACU’s deep snapper, Brent Schroeder, had a bad snap that was low and it forced punter Spencer Covey down to go get it and he was tackled on the play giving the Buffs the ball at the ACU 9-yard line. One play later, Vaughan found Brittan Golden in the end zone for a nineyard touchdown reception to make it a 21-16 game. Castillo came on for the PAT, but WT holder John McSheffery executed the fake to the right side and he scored making it a 21-18 game with 8:38 left to play. Just as quickly as the Buffs scored, back came ACU with a 53-yard touchdown pass from Gale to Andrews to make it a 27-18 game. Lineberry’s PAT was good and the Wildcats increased its lead to 10 points with 8:21 left in the contest. WT would get the ball back three more times over the last eight minutes of the game, but ACU’s offense prevailed – forcing a punt and two turnovers on downs. WT recorded 360 yards of total offense, while ACU racked up 400 yards on the day. Both teams tallied over 70 plays each, with WT averaging just under five yards per play and ACU gaining 5.6 yards a play. Vaughan rushed the ball for 56 yards on the day, but he was sacked seven times for a loss of 45 yards and giving him a net total of just 11 yards on the ground. Tommy Hampton rushed the ball six times for a team-leading 27 yards on the ground. Lance Ratliff recorded a career-high seven catches for 70 yards on the afternoon and both Torrence Allen and Nathan Slaughter each grabbed four passes. Vaughan targeted nine different WT receivers on the day. Jordan Smith led the defense with 12 total tackles (eight solo) and fellow defensive back Curtis Jefferson tallied nine tackles (seven solo) right behind him. Anthony Scott and D.J. Ross each tallied a sack for the Buffs, with both of them coming on ACU’s first drive of the game.

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Individual Statistics Rushing (Att-Yds) West Texas A&M-T. Hampton 6-27; D. Vaughan 12-11; K. Robinson 3-8. Abilene Christian-Daryl Richardson 13-48; Darr. Cantu-Harkless 8-41; Reggie Brown 8-22; Taylor Gabriel 1-1; Team 3-minus 1; Mitchell Gale 6-minus 4; Spencer Covey 1-minus 12. Passing (C-Att.-Int., Yds) West Texas A&M-D. Vaughan 27-53-0-314. Abilene Christian-Mitchell Gale 18-31-0-305. Receiving (Rec.-Yds) West Texas A&M-L. Ratliff 7-70; T. Allen 4-54; N. Slaughter 4-10; J. Watson 3-61; T. Hammargren 3-40; B. Golden 3-39; K. Robinson 1-19; L. Forga 1-12; T. Hampton 1-9. Abilene Christian-Taylor Gabriel 7-84; Ben Gibbs 3-96; Justin Andrews 2-71; Jamaine Sherman 2-23; Daryl Richardson 2-3; Reggie Brown 1-19; Darian Hogg 1-9.

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2011 game recaps - Game 7

eastern new mexico at #24 west texas a&M

No. 24 buffs start fast, top enmu for wagon wheel, 52-21 CANYON, Texas – The No. 24 West Texas A&M Buffaloes racked up 659 yards of total offense en route to a 52-21 win over the Eastern New Mexico Greyhounds in the playing of the 25th Wagon Wheel game between the two teams Saturday night at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium in Canyon. For the third time this season, Vaughan hooked up with Ratliff to score the first touchdown of the game. The quarterback hit his wideout from 26-yards out and Ratliff scampered into the end zone untouched. Vaughan completed five of his seven passes for a total of 59 yards on the drive, while guiding the Buffs to its fifth touchdown of the season in its first possession of the game. Sergio Castillo, Jr., came in for the extra point and WT led 7-0 with just 11:43 left to play in the first quarter. Following a three-and-out from the Greyhounds, WT’s Tommy Hampton finished off a 48-yard drive with a two-yard touchdown run to put the Buffs up 13-0. Castillo’s pointafter-attempt was good and WT led 14-0 with 6:36 left to play in the first quarter. Vaughan went 3-for-4 on the drive with key completions to Flores for 14 yards and Trevor Hammargren for 16 yards. Hammargren’s catch put the Buffs at the 10-yard line, but two yards shy of the first down. On 4th-and-2, Hampton powered his way to the fiveyard line for the first down and then later punched it in for the score. WT opened its next possession with a 56-yard pass to Ratliff, which gave the Buffaloes a first down at the ENMU 36-yard line. The Buffs managed to get the ball all the way down to the one-yard line, but on 4th-and-goal, The Greyhound defense stuffed Flores’ attempt to get into the end zone and WT turned the ball over on downs. ENMU managed to get the ball to midfield, but was then forced to punt. Taylor Cannon’s punt went 51 yards before rolling out of bounds and pinning the Buffs back at its own three-yard line. Khiry Robinson rushed for a couple of yards to give Vaughan some room in the pocket on the next play, but he didn’t need much room at all. Vaughan found Golden on a screen pass and the senior wideout did the rest, going 94 yards for his team-leading fifth touchdown of the season and his longest plays of the year. Castillo came in for the PAT and WT led 21-0 with 9:09 left to play in the half. The play took just 51 seconds off the clock. Vaughan an Co., took a little more than 51 seconds on WT’s next possession, but not much longer as the QB connected with Jeremy Watson on the fourth play of the drive for a 68-yard catch-and-run for a touchdown. The play took just 1:40 off the clock and spanned 86 total yards. Castillo’s PAT was good and increased its lead to 28 points with just 2:02 left to play in the half. The Greyhounds did not put up any points in the first half, but the offense didn’t waste much time getting on the board coming out of the locker room. ENMU took the first possession of the second half, 56 yards which ended with Wesley Wood finding Darian Dale for a 13-yard touchdown pass. The drive took just six plays overall and 2:02 off the clock to bring the score to 28-7 in favor of the Buffs. WT countered ENMU’s drive though, hitting paydirt for the first time in the second half as Vaughan and Ratliff hooked up again – this time for 71 yards. The catch-and-run

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capped off a four-play, 85 yard drive that took just 1:10 off the clock and following Castillo’s PAT, WT led 35-7 with 11:36 left to play in the third quarter. Wood delivered a pooch-kick for the Greyhounds that rolled all the way to the WT six-yard line, but three plays later Nathan Slaughter was celebrating in the end zone following a six-yard touchdown pass from Tanner Marsh. Flores helped setup the touchdown with his 80-yard rush on the second play from scrimmage. Marsh then hit the wideout to cap-off a three-play, 94 yard drive that just took 58 seconds off the clock and put WT up 35 points, 42-7 with 2:27 left to play in the third quarter. ENMU was forced to punt again following a three-and-out and once again, WT did not waste any time getting back into the end zone. Robinson carried the ball four times in the drive for a total of 69 yards. His fourth carry went 15 yards before the junior scored his sixth touchdown of the season. The PAT was good and WT led 49-7 with 12:40 left to play in the game. The Greyhounds then punched-in their second touchdown of the game on the next possession to make it a 49-14 game. Wood found wideout Seth Bailey from 11 yards out to cap-off a five-play, 60 yard drive and Michael Cottingham connected on the PAT to bring ENMU within 35 points with 10:24 left to play. Dwight Morrison helped set-up WT’s next score with a 46-yard interception return that he took to the three-yard line. An illegal substitution prevented the Buffs from hitting paydirt again, but Castillo connected on a 25-yard field goal with 4:24 left in the game to make it a 52-14 game, giving the Buffs 50 or more points for the second time this season (WT 52, Incarnate Word 7 – Sept. 24). ENMU managed to get one more score in before time ran out, as Wood and Bailey connected again from seven yards out with just three seconds left on the clock. The score capped off a 10-play, 73 yard drive that took 4:12 and Cottingham’s kick made it 52-21 game in favor of the Buffs. Golden had a solid night for the Buffs as well, catching three passes for a total of 108 yards. He will go into next weekend’s game needing just 17 yards to overtake Keith Miller for third-place all-time in school history for receiving yards. His three catches on the night gives him 142 career receptions in his career – just three receptions shy from tying Anthony Armstrong’s career total of 145 for eighth-place all-time. Curtis Slater led the Buffs on defense, collecting seven solo tackles and assisting in on four tackles. Caleb Randolph followed with seven total tackles and three of them coming unassisted. Kevin McClusky tallied six tackles on the night and had a team-high one and a half sacks for a total loss of 19 yards. D.J. Ross added to his team-lead with his fifth sack of the season and Anthony Scott tallied a sack for the Buffs as well.

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SATURday, OCTOber 22, 2011 • kimbrough memorial stadium • canyon, Texas • (8,413)

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Individual Statistics Rushing (Att-Yds) Eastern New Mexico-Tony Valenzuela 11-63; De’Coreyon Thomas 11-56; Troy Harris 5-22; Sawyer Cornelius 1-13; Wesley Wood 11-minus 10. West Texas A&M-A. Flores 12-130; K. Robinson 9-97; D. Vaughan 3-11; T. Hampton 4-11; T. Marsh 1-6. Passing (C-Att.-Int., Yds) Eastern New Mexico-Wesley Wood 19-29-1-161; Sawyer Cornelius 3-4-0-38. West Texas A&M-D. Vaughan 14-20-0-402; T. Marsh 2-4-0-2; L. Halpin 0-1-0-0. Receiving (Rec.-Yds) Eastern New Mexico-Arvin Jackson 4-46; Darian Dale 4-34; Chase Kyser 3-33; De’Coreyon Thomas 3-minus 6; Noelin Henry 2-21; Seth Bailey 2-18; Tony Valenzuela 2-16; Jacob Johnson 1-19; Lord-Byron Cannon 1-18. West Texas A&M-L. Ratliff 5-173; N. Slaughter 4-29; B. Golden 3-108; J. Watson 1-68; T. Hammargren 1-16; A. Flores 1-14; T. Hampton 1-minus 4.

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2011 game recaps - Game 8

central washington at #20 West Texas A&m

SATURday, OCTOber 29, 2011 • Kimbrough Memorial Stadium • Canyon, Texas • (4,427)

strong second half lifts No. 20 wt past wildcats, 49-35 CANYON, Texas – The No. 20-ranked West Texas A&M Buffaloes outscored the visiting Central Washington Wildcats 28-14 in the second half, on the way to a 49-35 non-conference victory at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium in Canyon, Texas, on Saturday. CWU quarterback Jose Mohler hooked up with wide receiver Leon LaDeaux on the Wildcats’ first possession of the game for a 56-yard score to put CWU on top early, 6-0. Sean Davis then came on for the point-after-attempt to make it 7-0 and cap-off a fiveplay, 80 yard drive that took just 2:43 off the clock. The Buffs managed to get into CWU territory, but were unable to return the favor on its first possession. WT had a fourth down and two yards to go situation, but the Buffs were unable to convert the fourth down situation, and turned the ball over on downs. WT put its first points on the board with 28 seconds left in the first quarter, tying the game 7-7 following an 8-yard run from Tommy Hampton. Vaughan completed six of his seven passes on the drive, after starting the game completing just two of his first six passes. With the Buffs facing a second-down and one yard to go, Vaughan handed the ball off to the senior tailback and he scampered his way into the end zone. Sergio Castillo, Jr., was successful in his extra point try to tie the game up. Following punts from both teams, CWU got back on the board following a nine-play, 67 yard drive that ended with Mohler connecting with halfback Levi Taylor for a nine-yard touchdown. Davis’ PAT was good and the Wildcats led 14-7 with 7:20 left to play in the first half. Vaughan did not waste any time getting the Buffs back on the scoreboard though, completing all four of his passes on WT’s next possession and finally hitting Khiry Robinson for a 10-yard TD reception that took just 1:17 off the clock. Castillo’s PAT was good and WT managed to tie the Wildcats 14-14 with 5:55 remaining in the half. The Buffalo defense held CWU to a fourth down with less than four minutes to go in the first half, forcing the Wildcats to punt. Josef Kistler’s punt was downed at the 16 yard line and on WT’s first play from scrimmage, Hampton lost the handoff from Vaughan. CWU’s Matt Mosely picked up the fumble on the eight yard line and then went untouched into the end zone for the defensive score. The PAT was good and CWU took back a seven-point lead, 21-14 with 3:26 left in the second quarter. Vaughan and the Buffalo offense managed to get those points back though on the next possession, as he completed seven of eight passes before handing the ball off to Robinson for a two-yard touchdown run. The run capped off an eight-play, 68 yard drive and Castillo’s extra point tied the game 21-21. Golden collected his third catch of the evening on the drive, giving him 145 career receptions and tying Anthony Armstrong (2001-04) for eighth-place all-time in school history. WT’s opening possession of the second half came to an abrupt end when CWU’s Genesis Fonoimoana picked off Vaughan’s pass at the Wildcat 13-yard line. CWU then drove to midfield before WT’s Curtis Slater returned the favor with an interception of his own at WT’s own 44-yard line. Five plays later, Vaughan found Golden for a 26-yard touchdown

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Statistics CWU FIRST DOWNS................... 24 RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............ 22-80 PASSING YDS (NET)............. 358 Passes Att-Comp-Int........... 53-31-2 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS..... 75-438 Fumble Returns-Yards.......... 1-8 Punt Returns-Yards............ 2-1 Kickoff Returns-Yards......... 7-105 Interception Returns-Yards.... 1-0 Punts (Number-Avg)............ 7-37.9 Fumbles-Lost.................. 0-0 Penalties-Yards............... 8-55 Possession Time............... 30:42 Third-Down Conversions........ 5 of 14 Fourth-Down Conversions....... 1 of 1 Red-Zone Scores-Chances....... 2-2 Sacks By: Number-Yards........ 2-13

WTAMU 29 30-119 430 42-32-1 72-549 0-0 2-4 6-161 2-7 4-46.8 1-1 11-115 29:18 4 of 10 0 of 2 5-5 2-22

to give the Buffs its first lead of the night. It was Golden’s 147th career catch as he took over seventh-place all-time on the career receptions list, passing Ramon Perry (2005-06) on the list. Castillo’s PAT was good and WT led 28-21 with 8:38 left to play in the third quarter. WT looked as if they were going to increase their lead to 21 points when Curtis Jefferson picked off a pass from Mohler that he took all the way to the house, 77 yards later. Just as the team was celebrating Jefferson’s heroics, the play was called back due to a roughing the passer penalty. CWU was granted a 15-yard automatic first down instead, and a few plays later Mohler found Justin Helwege for a 22-yard score. Davis’s PAT was good and WT’s lead dwindled to just seven points, up 35-28 with 2:48 left in the third quarter. Closing in on the third quarter, WT had a fourth-down and one-to-go situation. The Buffs went for it, but were denied the one yard and forced to turn over the ball on downs. CWU took advantage of the turnover and proceeded to march down the field. Seven plays later, Mohler and Helwege hooked up again for another touchdown, this time from eight yards out. Davis’ extra point was good and the Wildcats tied the game 35-35 with 12:29 left to play in the game. Vaughan followed the CWU touchdown, completing four-straight passes and then rushing for eight yards to get the Buffs to the CWU 14-yard line. A couple of plays later, Robinson took it to the house for his second touchdown of the night to put the Buffs back on top, 41-35. Castillo’s kick was good and WT led 42-35 with 10:36 left to play in the game. The Buffs put the nail in the coffin on its next possession as Vaughan found Golden for a 70-yard touchdown. The drive took just three plays and 1:19 off the clock, but 97 yards later the Buffs pushed its lead to 48-35 with 8:09 left to play. Castillo’s PAT was good and WT led by 14 points again, 49-35. It was Golden’s 150th catch of his career, tying him with Keithon Fleming (2007-09) for sixth-place on the all-time receptions list. With that same catch, Golden surpassed Keith Miller (1988-90) on the all-time list in receiving yards, as the senior wideout moved his career total to 2,583 yards. The Buffs put up 549 yards of total offense on the night, collecting 430 yards in the air and 119 yards on the ground. Along with Golden’s 170 yards receiving, Ratliff tallied 96 yards on seven catches. Robinson finished the game with 74 yards on the ground and 37 yards receiving as well. Hampton tallied 24 yards rushing and Vaughan had 21 yards on the ground. Taylor McCuller led the defense with eight tackles on the night. Zane Farris and Drew Jones had a sack each. Slater and Jefferson both had an interception each.

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Individual Statistics Rushing (Att-Yds) Central Washington-Taylor 9-40; Mohler 9-34; Stinson 4-6. West Texas A&M-K. Robinson 12-74; T. Hampton 8-24; D. Vaughan 5-21; A. Flores 4-9; T. Marsh 1-minus 9. Passing (C-Att.-Int., Yds) Central Washington-Mohler 31-53-2-358. West Texas A&M-D. Vaughan 32-42-1-430; T. Marsh 0-0-0-0. Receiving (Rec.-Yds) Central Washington-Helwege 6-124; Taylor 6-26; LaDeaux 5-89; Stinson 5-38; Spain 4-35; Lewis,A. 2-31; Gaisie,Do. 1-12; Akeo-Orr 1-4; Nelson 1-minus 1. West Texas A&M-B. Golden 9-170; L. Ratliff 7-96; J. Watson 5-50; K. Robinson 4-37; T. Hammargren 3-41; T. Allen 2-17; T. Hampton 1-13; N. Slaughter 1-6.

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2011 game recaps - Game 9

#20 West Texas A&m aT #5 midwestern state

No. 5 mustangs hold off No. 20 buffs, 35-21 WICHITA FALLS, Texas – The No. 20-ranked West Texas A&M Buffaloes came from behind two times to pull within seven points of the No. 5-ranked Midwestern State Mustangs, but WTAMU came up short in the end and fell to home team 35-21 at Wichita Falls Memorial Stadium. The Mustangs opened the game, scoring on its first possession to take a quick 7-0 lead. MSU quarterback Brandon Kelsey called his own number from the WT 11-yard line and took it in for the score, capping off an eight-play, 80 yard drive that took 3:32 off of the clock. The Buffs were forced to punt following a three-and-out, but MSU could not do anything on offense in its next possession either and was forced to punt as well. With a strong wind in the punter’s face, WT’s Brittan Golden was forced to wave for a fair catch, but the ball bounced off of the turf and hit the back of Zane Farris and the Mustangs took over following the fumble. The WT defense returned the favor though, stripping the ball from MSU’s Jimmy Pipkin on the ensuing play and giving the ball back to WT’s offense. Seven plays later Dustin Vaughan found Torrence Allen in the back of the end zone to give WT its first touchdown of the game. Sergio Castillo, Jr., was successful in his point-after-attempt and the Buffs tied the game 7-7 with 6:43 left to play in the first quarter. Both teams were forced to punt on the next two possessions and MSU eventually broke the tie with a three-yard touchdown run from Lester Bush with 11:56 left to play in the second quarter, capping off a 13-play, 80-yard drive that accounted for 5:32 off of the clock. The two teams held strong defensively over the remainder of the second quarter and both MSU and WT were forced to punt twice, but with 2:09 left in the half, MSU’s Gunter Elenburg kicked his punt high into the wind. Golden couldn’t come up with the catch on the return, fumbling the ball and turning it over to MSU at the WT 17-yard line. Kelsey’s first pass of the possession was complete to David Little for 15 yards and setting up the Mustangs with a first-and-goal at the three yard line. Kelsey then rushed the ball to the one yard line and two plays later Keidrick Jackson punched it in for the score. Grad Galadino’s PAT was good and MSU took a 21-7 lead into the locker room at halftime. MSU won the initial coin toss and elected to defer to the second half, but in an odd scenario the Buffs kicked off to start the game and then again to begin the second half. The second half kick to the Mustangs did not amount to anything though as the WT defense forced MSU to a three-and-out. WT was forced to punt as well on the ensuing possession, but the Buffs managed to find the end zone following another MSU punt. Taking over at the MSU 22-yard line, Vaughan found Slaughter for 21 yards to give the Buffs a first-and-goal and Tommy Hampton finished off the drive with a one-yard run. Castillo’s kick was good and the

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MSU 28 62-298 177 28-16-1 90-475 0-0 2-3 1-23 0-0 6-28.8 2-2 6-51 41:21 9 of 18 2 of 2 3-5 2-13

Buffs pulled to within a touchdown, down 21-14 with 10:33 left to play in the third. The Mustangs countered though on its next possession as Kelsey took it all the way into the end zone from 44 yards out. Saladino’s PAT was good and MSU went back on top by 14 points with 6:06 remaining in the third quarter. A couple of possessions later the Buffs took over with 3:55 left to play in the third quarter from the MSU 35 yard line. Vaughan hit Golden for 10 yards and then rushed for four yards setting up a second down and six. Vaughan’s next pass was incomplete, but he followed it up with a 20-yard dump pass to Khiry Robinson that gave the Buffs a first down at the MSU one yard line. Robinson finished off the drive as he punched it in from one-yard out and Castillo’s kick pulled WT back to within seven points, down 28-21 with 2:40 left to play. Jackson rushed the ball for 24 yards on the first play from scrimmage on MSU’s next possession and the Mustangs looked to be driving. MSU managed to get the ball down to the WT 12 yard line but were unable to get into the end zone. Saladino came in for the 29-yard field goal, but his attempt went wide-right. It was the first time all season that MSU was unable to come away with points while inside the red zone, snapping a streak of 46 consecutive trips with points. The Mustangs got the ball back after a WT three-and-out and again got the ball back into the red zone, but this time MSU came away empty again as Bush fumbled the ball on the six yard line and was WT took over as the ball was recovered by Jordan Smith on the defense. The Buffs took over with 5:45 left in the game, down by seven points, and managed to get the ball to its own 30 yard line, but three penalties later from the offense forced WT into a third down and 20 yards to go situation. Vaughan’s pass to Trevor Hammargren was broken up by Bernard Griffin and the Buffs had to punt the ball. MSU got the ball back with 3:12 left and put the final touches on the game when Kelsey scored his third rushing touchdown of the game. His 26-yard scamper followed by Saladino’s PAT put the Mustangs on top 35-21 and that would prove to be the final score. Vaughan finished the game completing 20 of his 45 passes for 252 yards and a touchdown. Robinson tallied 20 yards on the ground with a score and had six receptions for 58 yards. Golden and Slaughter led the team with four catches each for 72 yards apiece. Taylor McCuller led the Buffs on defense with 18 tackles on the day. He had 10 total tackles at the break and he led the squad with seven solo tackles as well.

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SATURday, november 5, 2011 • memorial Stadium • wichita falls, Texas • (10,820)

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Individual Statistics Rushing (Att-Yds) West Texas A&M-K. Robinson 5-20; T. Hampton 5-6; TEAM 1-minus 2; D. Vaughan 4-minus 9. Midwestern State-Brandon Kelsey 16-110; K. Jackson 22-104; Lester Bush 18-70; Jimmy Pipkin 5-14; TEAM 1-0. Passing (C-Att.-Int., Yds) West Texas A&M-D. Vaughan 20-45-0-252. Midwestern State-Brandon Kelsey 16-28-1-177. Receiving (Rec.-Yds) West Texas A&M-K. Robinson 6-58; B. Golden 4-72; N. Slaughter 4-72; T. Allen 3-15; T. Hammargren 1-21; L. Ratliff 1-9; T. Hampton 1-5. Midwestern State-David Little 9-88; S. Galloway 5-69; Edgard Theliar 1-16; Mark Strange 1-4

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2011 game recaps - Game 10 Texas A&M-Commerce at West Texas A&m

SATURday, NOVEMber 12, 2011 • Kimbrough Memorial Stadium • Canyon, Texas • (3,630)

buffaloes cruise past lions on senior day, 49-0 CANYON, Texas – The West Texas A&M football team racked up 481 yards of total offense and allowed the Texas A&M-Commerce Lions to just 142 yards on offense, on the way to a 49-0 shutout victory at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium in Canyon on Saturday. It was WT’s first shutout since Nov. 8, 2009, when the Buffs shutout Tarleton 51-0. Five of WT’s seven touchdowns came in three plays or less and took less than 52 seconds off the clock. The other two scores were capped off by a six and seven-play drive and both took less than three minutes off the clock. It was Senior Day at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium and the majority of the WT seniors led the way in WT’s decisive victory. Senior wide receiver Brittan Golden tallied 138 yards receiving on just four catches and had three touchdowns on the day, while a pair of seniors led the way for the Buffs on defense. Dishon Robertson led the defensive line unit with six tackles and Caleb Randolph led the secondary with a pair of interceptions that led to scores. Both teams were forced to punt following a couple of three-and-outs, then the Buffs turned the ball back over on downs after A&M-C stopped the run on a WT fourth-and-one. The Lions took over at the WT 37-yard line and were looking to drive, getting down to the nine-yard line, but A&M-C quarterback J.J. Harp had his pas deflected off his own receiver right into the hands of Caleb Randolph. The Buffs were called for a delay of game at the beginning of the drive, and Dustin Vaughan followed with a pass to Nathan Slaughter for eight yards. On the next play, Vaughan found Lance Ratliff for an 82-yard touchdown to give the Buffs an early 6-0 lead. Sergio Castillo, Jr., came in for the extra point and WT led 7-0 with 9:13 left to play in the first quarter. It was the fourth time this season that Vaughan and Ratliff hooked up for the game’s first score. The Buff defense forced A&M-C to punt on the ensuing possession and two plays later, WT’s Khiry Robinson scored his 10th rushing touchdown to cap-off a two-play, 61-yard drive with 4:45 left in the first quarter. Vaughan hit Brittan Golden on the first play for a 60 yards and Robinson punched it in for the score from one yard out. Castillo’s PAT was good and WT led 14-0. WT scored its second touchdown off of a Randolph interception with 1:48 left in the first quarter, when Vaughan found Ratliff for another pass-and-catch for a score. Following the pick, WT went seven plays for 41 yards, which ended with Ratliff’s 19-yard touchdown score. Castillo’s extra point was good and WT led 21-0.

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Statistics A&M-C FIRST DOWNS................... 10 RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............ 28-74 PASSING YDS (NET)............. 68 Passes Att-Comp-Int........... 38-17-3 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS..... 66-142 Fumble Returns-Yards.......... 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards............ 3-5 Kickoff Returns-Yards......... 5-60 Interception Returns-Yards.... 1-0 Punts (Number-Avg)............ 11-34.0 Fumbles-Lost.................. 0-0 Penalties-Yards............... 6-54 Possession Time............... 33:20 Third-Down Conversions........ 3 of 18 Fourth-Down Conversions....... 0 of 2 Red-Zone Scores-Chances....... 0-1 Sacks By: Number-Yards........ 1-5

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WTAMU 21 26-42 439 40-23-1 66-481 0-0 6-32 1-2 3-44 4-45.8 5-1 9-66 41:40 3 of 11 1 of 3 4-6 2-14

The Buffs went up 28-0 following another two-play drive, with Golden finding the end zone from 11 yards out on a pass from back-up quarterback Luke Halpin. Halpin found Ratliff for 44 yards before Golden found pay dirt and WT’s lead grew to four touchdowns with 10:01 left in the second quarter. On WT’s next possession, Halpin found Golden again for a 43-yard touchdown, capping off just a threeplay drive that took 52 seconds off the clock. Castillo’s PAT was good and WT led 35-0 will 6:17 left to play in the half. The Buffs went into the locker room up 35 points and had put up 320 yards of offense, while not allowing A&M-C on the scoreboard and limiting them to just 57 total yards. For the second time this season, Ratliff and Golden headed into the intermission with at least 100 yards receiving. Ratliff had 145 yards on three catches and a pair of touchdowns, while Golden tallied 114 yards on three catches and a pair of touchdowns as well. On the Lions’ first play from scrimmage to start the second half, Ryan Lusby’s pass was intercepted by WT’s Curtis Slater and taken back 44 yards for a score, but a new NCAA rule says that a player cannot celebrate in any way before getting into the end zone, and it appeared that Slater lifted the ball into the air before crossing the goal line. Slater was called down on the three-yard line and the ball was moved back 15 yards following the unsportsman-like conduct penalty Two plays later though, Halpin found Golden for the third time for a 24-yard strike to put the Buffs up 41-0. Castillo came on for the PAT and WT led 42-0 with 14:05 left in the third quarter. Not a lot of offense came after that as the next touchdown wasn’t scored until 3:56 left in the ballgame. Fourth string quarterback David Lehocky found Sidney Parker for a 32-yard touchdown. It was both the first-career TD pass for Lehocky and TD catch for Parker. Castillo then came in for the extra point and WT’s lead grew to 49-0.

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Individual Statistics Rushing (Att-Yds) Texas A&M-Commerce-Jamar Mosley 7-36; Seth Smith 3-19; Travis Zacharie 4-18; Darryll Crummie 3-6; Marcus Graham 8-5; J.J. Harp 1-4; Ryan Lusby 2-minus 14. West Texas A&M-T. Hampton 5-44; K. Robinson 9-14; N. Slaughter 1-12; D. Vaughan 1-10; A. Flores 2-1; D. Ross 1-minus 2; L. Halpin 4-minus 3; TEAM 3-minus 34 Passing (C-Att.-Int., Yds) Texas A&M-Commerce-Ryan Lusby 15-32-2-43; J.J. Harp 2-6-1-25. West Texas A&M-L. Halpin 12-21-1-187; D. Vaughan 6-13-0-184; D. Lehocky 5-6-0-68. Receiving (Rec.-Yds) Texas A&M-Commerce-Seth Smith 5-25; Taylor Fore 4-13; Marcus Graham 4-5; Tyler Rawlings 1-19; Jamar Mosley 1-4; Darryll Crummie 1-4; Travis Zacharie 1-minus 2. West Texas A&M-B. Golden 4-138; L. Ratliff 3-145; Jac. Jackson 2-26; A. Flores 2-22; N. Shelton 2-14; L. Russell 2-14; J. Hancock 2-6; K. Robinson 2-minus 2; S. Parker 1-32; T. Allen 1-27; T. Hammargren 1-9; N. Slaughter 1-8.

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2011 game recaps - Game 11

Lower kanza bowl - west texas a&m vs. No. 23 central missouri

BUFFS top 23rd-ranked central missouri in kanza bowl, 26-7 TOPEKA, Kansas – The West Texas A&M Buffaloes ended the 2011 season on a high note on Sunday afternoon as they defeated the #23 ranked Mules of Central Missouri, 26-7, in the 3rd annual Lower Inc. Kanza Bowl at the Hummer Sports Park in Topeka, Kansas. The win lifts the Buffs to 8-3 this season while UCM falls to 8-4 and it gives WT their second Kanza Bowl trophy in three years. “Hats off to Central Missouri on a great season, I thought both teams came into the game with gameplans to stop each other and ours just happened to work a little better” said WT head coach Don Carthel “Our defense played outstanding this afternoon, they made big plays when we needed them. Offensively, Khiry (Robinson) ran the ball fantastic and Dustin (Vaughan) bounced back from some early interceptions to play well.” The Buffs showed a little rust on the first series of the game after a two week layoff as Dustin Vaughan was intercepted by Marlon Douglas on the fourth play of the game to give the Mules their first offensive possession. UCM couldn’t respond to the WT turnover as they went 3-and-out to give the ball back to the Buffs. The Buffs got on the board first with a four yard touchdown run by Khiry Robinson with 9:27 left in the first quarter to cap off an eight play, 71 yard drive that took 3:26. The Mules answered back with an eight play drive of their own that went 68 yards in 3:40 highlighted by a LaVance Taylor one yard touchdown run to tie the score at 7-7. The second WT drive of the game saw Vaughan break the 3,000 yard barrier for the first time in his career, the sophomore signal caller completed a 39 yard pass to Nathan Slaughter on 3rd and four to break the mark. The Buffs turned the ball over again on the next drive when Vaughan was intercepted by Sosaia Taufa, the Mules went on to convert a 4th and one with a Tommy Corwin pass to Jamar Howard for 17 yards. Mario Goins ended the UCM drive with an interception in the end zone on first and goal that stopped the Mule momentum and gave the Buffs the ball. The first quarter ended with WT driving down the field with the score tied at 7-7. Following the break, both teams stalled offensively and punted before the Buffs took a chance on a fake field goal on 4th and goal when a Jonathan Hatton rush was stopped by the Mules. Goins made another great play defensively on the drive when he intercepted his second Corwin pass of the day on his back to give possession and the momentum back to the Buffs. WT wasted no time to strike, as Vaughan hooked up with Brittan Golden for a 44 yard touchdown pass to put the Buffs up 13-7 following a missed extra point. The catch was historic for Golden who went over 1,000 yards receiving on the season. The Buffs picked off their third pass of the day and the second one in the end

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Statistics WTAMU UCM FIRST DOWNS................... 22 13 RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............ 37-175 22-50 PASSING YDS (NET)............. 347 223 Passes Att-Comp-Int........... 42-23-2 42-25-4 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS..... 79-522 64-273 Fumble Returns-Yards.......... 0-0 0-0 Punt Returns-Yards............ 2-13 1-13 Kickoff Returns-Yards......... 2-45 2-71 Interception Returns-Yards.... 4-34 2-0 Punts (Number-Avg)............ 2-47.5 5-38.6 Fumbles-Lost.................. 1-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards............... 4-35 3-30 Possession Time............... 32:09 27:51 Third-Down Conversions........ 12 of 19 6 of 15 Fourth-Down Conversions....... 0 of 1 2 of 4 Red-Zone Scores-Chances....... 4-5 1-4 Sacks By: Number-Yards........ 2-3 2-15

zone on a Corwin pass on 2nd and goal to give WT the ball once again with 1:41 left in the first half. WT responded with a Robinson 65 yard scamper down the sideline for a first down on the UCM 34 yard line, the Buffs took the 20-7 lead with just 32 second remaining in the half on a Tommy Hampton eight yard touchdown run to cap off an eight play, 99 yard drive that took 1:08. The Mules decided to take a knee and head into the locker room for half with the Buffs leading 20-7. The WT defense continued to dominate to force a UCM punt on their first drive of the second half, the powerful Buff offense struck fast with a 62 yard bomb from Vaughan to Lance Ratliff followed a few plays later by a Sergio Castillo Jr. 21 yard field goal to wrap up a seven play, 77 yard drive that took 3:04 to extend the WT lead to 23-7. The Buffs made a key mistake in the shadow of their own goalpost on their next drive as Vaughan fumbled the ball on a sack and the Mules recovered on the Buff three yard line, UCM continued to struggle in the red zone as the WT defense stopped the Mules on 4th and goal from the one foot line twice to give the ball back to the Buffs. The Mule defense held and force a 52 yard punt from Kevin VanVoris to give the UCM the ball with about 1:00 left in the third quarter, the teams headed into the final quarter of play with the Buffs leading 23-7 and the Mules facing a fourth and four on their own 40 yard line. The WT defense held but the Buff offense moved the ball down the field and missed a 37 yard field goal to keep the lead at 23-7. The Mules went three and out on their next possession before the Buffs made a drive down the field before Castillo Jr. connected on his second field goal of the day, this time from 26 yards to extend the WT lead to 26-7. Another Jefferson interception as time expired clinched the Buffs second Kanza Bowl Championship. Vaughan finished the game going 23-of-42 for 347 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions. Golden wrapped up his WT career with six catches for 101 yards and a touchdown to finish his career with 165 receptions to finish sixth on WT’s all-time list. Ratliff caught six catches for 116 yards and Jeremy Watson had four catches for 40 yards. Khiry Robinson finished the game with 24 rushes for 163 yards and a touchdown to win the Kanza Bowl Most Valuable Player Award announced after the game, Tommy Hampton picked up 19 yards on nine rushed with a score. Defensively for the Buffs, Jefferson and Goins both intercepted two passes with Jefferson and Kevin McCluskey leading the team with nine tackles each.

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Individual Statistics Rushing (Att-Yds) West Texas A&M-K. Robinson 24-163; T. Hampton 9-19; J. Hatton 1-5; D. Vaughan 3-minus 12. Central Missouri-Taylor,LaVance 14-31; Corwin,Tommy 6-19; Torneden,Camren 1-2; TEAM 1-minus 2. Passing (C-Att.-Int., Yds) West Texas A&M-D. Vaughan 23-42-2-347. Central Missouri-Corwin,Tommy 25-42-4-223. Receiving (Rec.-Yds) West Texas A&M-L. Ratliff 6-116; B. Golden 6-101; J. Watson 4-40; T. Allen 3-24; N. Slaughter 2-53; T. Hammargren 1-8; K. Robinson 1-5. Central Missouri-Kirkwood,Anthon 5-63; Howard,Jamar 4-55; Taylor,LaVance 4-32; Cannon,David 3-50; Dyer,Taylor 3-20; Salter,Darrian 2-3; Washington,Core 2-2; Torneden,Camren 1-1; Watson,Ralph 1-minus 3.

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lone star conference Conference membership remained within the Texas borders until 1984 when Eastern New Mexico was admitted. Since then, the LSC has grown to include members from Arkansas and Oklahoma. Cameron (1988, 1996) was added near the outset of an expansion phase, while Texas Woman’s (1989) and previous members West Texas A&M (1986, 1993) and Tarleton State (1968, 1994) joined the league soon after. Midwestern State was admitted early in 1995, while the University of the Incarnate Word became the newest member in 2010. Past members of the LSC include Trinity, Houston, Lamar, Howard Payne, Sul Ross State, McMurry, Harding, Ouachita Baptist, Central Oklahoma, East Central (Okla.), Northeastern State (Okla.), Southeastern Oklahoma and Southwestern Oklahoma. With a more streamlined membership in place, the LSC will do away with divisional formats during the 2011-12 athletic seasons. Dating back to the 1997-98 academic year, the league was formed into two divisions - North and South - in football, volleyball, basketball, baseball and softball. Volleyball and baseball returned to playing without divisions in 2007-08, with football, basketball and softball set to go back to a one-conference model this year. While the LSC has maintained a long-standing tradition of competitive athletic programs for its members, many teams and individuals have gone on to distinguish themselves on the national stage. The LSC conducts conference championships in 16 sports (eight men and eight women). Men’s championships include football, soccer, cross country, basketball, baseball, track and field, tennis and golf. Women’s titles are determined in volleyball, soccer, cross country, basketball, softball, track and field, tennis and golf. The conference office is located in Richardson, Texas, a northern suburb of Dallas. Stan Wagnon serves as Commissioner, with assistance from Jay Poerner (Compliance), Melanie Robotham (Media Relations) and Travis Whipple (Marketing and Broadcasting).

2011 LSC South Honors All-LSC - First-Team Offense QB Brandon Kelsey, MSU RB Jonothan Woodson, TAMUK RB Keidrick Jackson, MSU FB Justin Andrews, ACU WR Brittan Golden, WT WR Robert Armstrong, TAMUK WR Sherman Batiste, TAMUK WR David Little, MSU TE Ben Gibbs, ACU C Hector Rodriguez, WT C Matt Webber, ACU OG Ken Van Heule, MSU OG Hank Gilley, MSU OT Amini Silatolu, MSU OT Neal Tivis, ACU PK Morgan Linberry, ACU PK Sergio Castillo Jr., WT RS Jonothan Woodson, TAMUK Offensive Lineman of the Year: Amini Silatolu- Midwestern State Offensive Back of the Year: Mitchell Gale - Abilene Christian Receiver of the Year: David Little - Midwestern State Offensive Player of the Year: Brandon Kelsey, Midwestern State

All-LSC - First-Team Defense DT Dishon Robertson, WT DT Tyrell Higgins, WT DE Aston Whiteside, ACU DE Lawrence Rumph, ASU ILB Jeremy Aguilar, TAMUK ILB Cory Whitfield, TAMUC OLB Nate Boggs, ACU OLB Jeremy Smith, MSU CB Caleb Randolph, WT CB Deshaun Phillips, TSU S Darien Williams, ACU S Curtis Jefferson, WT S Pat Gardner, MSU P Kevin Van Voris, WT P Taylor Cannon, ENMU DS Brent Schroeder, ACU DS Derek Tesch, TAMUK DS Randall Arbuckle, MSU

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Long known as a leader in intercollegiate athletics, the Lone Star Conference (LSC) is an innovative athletics conference which aims to provide a superior competitive experience for member institutions and to allow for comprehensive development of student-athletes through academic services and life skills programming. The LSC continues to build upon its proud history while intending to be recognized as the premier NCAA Division II conference in the nation. The league’s mission is to foster student participation and success among member institutions in Division II intercollegiate athletics as an integral part of each institution’s total educational program. The LSC strives for academic excellence, stresses involvement within the community, and prides itself in upholding traditions while continually seeking new opportunities to provide student-athletes with a unique and superior experience. The LSC - founded on April 25, 1931 - has developed from a five-team conference of Texasbased schools to an 11-member league that spans three states (Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico). The conference membership recently changed with the departure of five Oklahoma schools following the 2010-11 academic year. The league continues to assist its member institutions in the maintenance of intercollegiate athletic programs that are compatible with the highest standards of education and competitive sports. Throughout the league’s 80-year history, various institutions have competed under the LSC banner. Today, only Texas A&M University-Commerce (then East Texas State) remains from the original group that was formed in 1931 when North Texas State, Southwest Texas State, Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin withdrew from the old Texas Intercollegiate Athletic Association. The membership alignment has changed over the years, with current members having been added in each of the past six decades. Texas A&M-Kingsville (formerly Texas A&I) joined in 1954, followed by Angelo State in 1968 and Abilene Christian in 1973.

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LSC Football Championships By School (Current LSC Members) Texas A&M-Kingsville (Texas A&I) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Texas A&M-Commerce (East Texas St.). . . . . . . . . . . 20 West Texas A&M (West Texas State). . . . . 4 Abilene Christian. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Angelo State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Midwestern State. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Tarleton State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Eastern New Mexico. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Incarnate Word . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0

Freshman of the Year: Jeremy Pipken - Midwestern State Coach of the Year: Bill Maskill - Midwestern State WTAMU Second Team Selections Aaron Mullane . . . . . . . . . . . . . OL Anthony Scott. . . . . . . . . . . . . . LB Kevin McCluskey. . . . . . . . . . . LB Aaron Wampler. . . . . . . . . . . . . DS WTAMU Honorable Mention Selections Dustin Vaughan . . . . . . . . . . . . QB Lance Ratliff. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WR Nathan Slaughter. . . . . . . . . . . WR Craig Watts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OL Tommy Hampton . . . . . . . . . . . RS Simi Kuli. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DE Maurice Caldwell . . . . . . . . . . . CB Jordan Smith. . . . . . . . . . . . . . S

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RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 96, Texas A&I vs. Angelo State, 1982 RUSHING YARDS: 586, SW Texas vs. Prairie View, 1978 PASSING ATTEMPTS: 95, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 2009 PASS COMPLETIONS: 64, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 2009 PASSING YARDS: 695, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 2009 PASSING TOUCHDOWNS: 7, West Texas St. vs. Texas A&I, 1986; West Texas A&M at Adams State, 2007; East Central vs. Angelo State, 2007; West Texas A&M at Abilene Christian, Nov. 22, 2008; Eastern New Mexico vs Southern Nazarene, Aug 28, 2010 TOTAL PLAYS: 121, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 2009 TOTAL YARDS: 810, Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 22, 2008 PUNT RETURNS: 12, East Texas State vs. North Texas, 1933 PUNT RETURN YARDS: 224, Angelo State vs. McMurry, 1969 KICK RETURNS: 13, East Texas State vs. Arkansas State, 1987 KICK RET. YARDS: 304, Texas A&M-Kingsville vs. West Texas A&M, 2008 PUNTS: 32, Sam Houston vs. East Texas State, 1946 PUNTING YARDS: 1,203, Sam Houston vs. East Texas State, 1946 PUNTS (both teams): 63, Sam Houston vs. East Texas State, 1946 PUNTING YARDS (both teams): 2,390, Sam Houston vs. East Texas State, 1946 POINTS: 93, Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 22, 2008 KICKING POINTS: 21, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 2009 TOUCHDOWNS: 13, Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 22, 2008 PATs: 11, West Texas A&M vs. N.M. Highlands, 2005; Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 22, 2008; West Texas A&M at Southwestern Okla., Sep 11, 2010 PAT ATTEMPTS: 12, East Texas State vs. Northwestern Okla., 1953; West Texas A&M vs. NM Highlands, 2005 FIELD GOALS: 6, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 2009 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED: 7, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 2009 INTERCEPTIONS: 9, Stephen F. Austin vs. Sam Houston, 1949 INT. RETURN YARDS: 188, Abilene Christian vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1982 ATTENDANCE: 24,837, Lone Star Football Festival, 2011 FEWEST CARRIES ALLOWED: 12, Texas A&I vs. Tarleton, 1970; Texas A&MCommerce vs. West Texas A&M, 2005; Northeastern State vs. West Texas A&M, 2006; Eastern New Mexico vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 2011 FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED: Minus-77, McMurry vs.Abilene Christian, 1968 FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED: Minus-38, Tarleton State vs. Baptist Christian, 1974 FEWEST PASS COMPLETIONS ALLOWED: 0, East Texas State vs. Sam Houston, 1946; Sam Houston vs. East Texas State, 1946; Howard Payne vs. East Central, 1959; Southwest Texas vs. Texas Lutheran, 1965; Howard Payne vs. Texas A&I, 1959; Southwest Texas vs. Howard Payne, 1965; Stephen F. Austin vs. NW Louisiana, 1971; East Texas State vs. Angelo State, 1971; Texas A&I vs. Southwest Texas,1974; Texas A&I vs. Livingston, 1978; Sam Houston vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1980; Texas A&I vs. Howard Payne, 1986; Cameron vs. Central State (Okla.), 1988; Cameron vs. Texas A&I, 1990; East Texas State vs. Henderson, 1993; Eastern New Mexico vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 1999; Southwestern Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M Commerce, 2006; Angelo State vs. Eastern New Mexico, 2007; Abilene Christian vs. Eastern New Mexico, 2007; Northeastern State at Eastern New Mexico, 2007 FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED: 0, All games above and Angelo State vs. Central St. (Okla.), 1973; Southwestern Okla. vs. Okla. Panhandle State, 2001; Midwestern State vs. Western N.M., 2001; Southwestern Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M Commerce, 2006; Angelo State vs. Eastern New Mexico, 2007; Abilene Christian vs. Eastern New Mexico, 2007; Northeastern State at Eastern New Mexico, 2007 FEWEST TOTAL PLAYS ALLOWED: 30, Howard Payne vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1959

TEAM (Season) RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 689, Texas A&I, 1986 RUSHING YARDS: 4,342, Texas A&I, 1986 RUSHING YARDS PER GAME: 395.2, Texas A&I, 1986 PASSING ATTEMPTS: 749, Eastern New Mexico, 2009 PASS COMPLETIONS: 460, Eastern New Mexico, 2009 PASS COMPLETIONS PER GAME: 41.8, Eastern New Mexico, 2009 PASS COMPLETION PERCENTAGE: .718 (249-347), Midwestern State, 2009 PASSING YARDS: 5,155, West Texas A&M, 2007 PASSING YARDS PER GAME: 448, Eastern New Mexico, 2009 PASSING TOUCHDOWNS: 51, West Texas A&M, 2007 TOTAL PLAYS: 1,028, Eastern New Mexico, 2009 TOTAL YARDS: 7,082, Abilene Christian, 2007

LSC Football Records TOTAL YARDS PER GAME: 569.9, Texas A&I, 1976 POINTS: 639, Abilene Christian, 2007 POINTS PER GAME: 52.3, Abilene Christian, 2008 KICKING POINTS: 128, Abilene Christian, 2010 PUNTS: 92, Stephen F. Austin, 1978 PUNTING YARDS: 3,630, East Texas State, 1986 WINS: 14, Angelo State, 1978; Southwest Texas, 1982 LONGEST WIN STREAK: 42, Texas A&I, 1973-77 LONGEST UNDEFEATED STREAK: 46, Texas A&I, 1973-77 FEWEST CARRIES ALLOWED: 289, Texas A&M Commerce, 2006 FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED: 485, East Texas State, 1952 FEWEST RUSH. YARDS ALLOWED/GAME: 48.5, East Texas St., 1952 FEWEST PASS COMPLETIONS ALLOWED: 35, Sam Houston, 1956 FEWEST PASSING YARDS ALLOWED: 443, Sam Houston, 1956 FEWEST PASS. YARDS ALLOWED/GAME: 49.2, Sam Houston, 1956 FEWEST PLAYS ALLOWED: 427, Lamar, 1958 FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED: 1,329, Sam Houston, 1956, 1964 FEWEST TOTAL YARDS ALLOWED/GAME: 147.7, Sam Houston, 1956 FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED: 34, Southwest Texas, 1948 INTERCEPTIONS: 37, Texas A&I, 1970 TURNOVERS: 52, East Texas State, 1990 TURNOVERS PER GAME: 4.7, East Texas State, 1990

INDIVIDUAL (Career) RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 885, Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986-89 RUSHING YARDS: 6,320, Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986-89 AVG. YARDS PER RUSH: 7.3, Larry Collins, Texas A&I, 1974-77 (8.4*, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2007-08) AVG. YARDS PER GAME: 162.1, Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986-89 (172.8*, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2007-08) MOST 100-YARD GAMES: 36, Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986-89 MOST 200-YARD GAMES: 13, Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986-89 PASSING ATTEMPTS: 1,320, Billy Malone, Abilene Christian, 2005-08 PASS COMPLETIONS: 818, Billy Malone, Abilene Christian, 2005-08 PASS COMPLETION PCT.: .675, Keith Null, West Texas A&M, 2005-08 PASSING YARDS: 12,012, Billy Malone, Abilene Christian, 2005-08 PASSING YARDS PER GAME: 305.3, Keith Null, West Texas A&M, 2005-08 PASSING TOUCHDOWNS: 114, Billy Malone, Abilene Christian, 2005-08 TOTAL PLAYS: 1,821, Ned Cox, Angelo State, 1983-86 TOTAL YARDS: 12,080, Billy Malone, Abilene Christian, 2005-08 TOTAL YARDS PER GAME: 298.5, Keith Null, West Texas A&M, 2005-08 RECEPTIONS: 244, Charly Martin, West Texas A&M, 2004-08 RECEIVING YARDS: 4,108, Charly Martin, West Texas A&M, 2004-08 RECEIVING YARDS PER GAME: 97.8, Charly Martin, West Texas A&M, 2004-08 RECEIVING YARDS PER CATCH: 23.2, Romar Crenshaw, Southeastern Oklahoma, 2000-03 RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS: 45, Charly Martin, West Texas A&M, 2004-08 PUNTING AVERAGE: 43.2, Bill Dement, Angelo State, 1968-71 PUNT RETURN YARDS: 1,212, Larry Pullin, Texas A&I, 1965-68 PUNT RETURN AVG.: 18.5, Curtis Guyton, East Texas State, 1965-66 KICK RETURN YARDS: 1,517, Jerry Clement, Stephen F. Austin, 1962-65 KICK RETURN AVG.: 25.3, Jerry Clement, Stephen F. Austin, 1962-65 INTERCEPTIONS: 36, Alfredo Avila, Sul Ross, 1963-66 INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS: 535, Autry Beamon, East Texas State,1971-74 POINTS: 426, Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986-89 (438*, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2007-08) TOUCHDOWNS: 70, Wilbert Montgomery, Abilene Christian, 1973-76; Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986-89 (73*, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2007-08) PATs: 213, Matt Adams, Abilene Christian, 2005-08 PAT ATTEMPTS: 222, Matt Adams, Abilene Christian, 2005-08 CONSECUTIVE PATs: 76, Bryan Thompson, Angelo State, 1987-90 FIELD GOALS: 59, J.W. Boren, Tarleton State, 1999-2002 (att. 83) FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 84, Billy Watkins, East Texas State, 1990-93 CONSECUTIVE FGs: 24, Paul Williams, Tarleton State, 2004-06 KICKING POINTS: 339, Matt Adams, Abilene Christian, 2005-08 ALL-PURPOSE YARDS: 7,803, Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986-89 * Record vacated because of NCAA penalties. Note: Texas A&I became Texas A&M-Kingsville in 1993; East Texas State became Texas A&M-Commerce in 1996; West Texas State became West Texas A&M in 1993, Central State became Central Oklahoma in 1991.

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lone star CONFERENCE records POINTS SCORED: 42, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 22, 2008 TOUCHDOWNS: 7, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 22, 2008 POINTS SCORED KICKING: 21, Taylor Cannon, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 2009 RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 49, Kenneth Parks, East Texas State vs. Carson-Newman, 1972 RUSHING YARDS: 342, Carlton Booe, Northeastern State vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, 1998 PASSING ATTEMPTS: 94, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico vs Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009 PASS COMPLETIONS: 64, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico vs Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009 PASSING YARDS: 695, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico vs Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009 PASSING TOUCHDOWNS: 7, Keith Null, West Texas A&M at Abilene Christian, Nov. 22, 2008; Wesley Wood, Eastern New Mexico vs Southern Nazarene, Aug 28, 2010 TOTAL PLAYS: 102, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico vs Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009 TOTAL YARDS: 681, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico vs Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009 RECEPTIONS: 15, Alester Givens, Tarleton St. vs. Midwestern St., 2001; Cory Sims, Texas A&M-Commerce vs. Midwestern St., 2002 RECEIVING YARDS: 323, Charly Martin, West Texas A&M at Abilene Christian, Nov. 22, 2008 RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS: 5, Charly Martin, West Texas A&M at Abilene Christian, Nov. 22, 2008 PUNT RETURNS: 10, Kerry Simien, Texas A&I vs. West Texas A&M, 1988 PUNT RETURN YARDS: 224, Bobby Menchaca, Angelo State vs. McMurry, 1969 KICK RETURNS: 8, Sam Tarrant, East Texas State vs. Southwest Texas, 1979; Brandon Williams, Midwestern State at Abilene Christian, 2008; Kenzee Jackson, Texas A&M-Commerce at Eastern New Mexico, Sep 25, 2010; Tommy Hampton, West Texas A&M at Central Missouri, Nov 20, 2010 KICK RETURN YARDS: 218, Kenzee Jackson, Texas A&M-Commerce at Eastern New Mexico, Sep 25, 2010 ALL-PURPOSE YARDS: 409, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian at West Texas A&M, Oct. 18, 2008 PUNTS: 32, Jan Jones, Sam Houston vs. East Texas State, 1946 PUNTING YARDS: 1,203, Jan Jones, Sam Houston vs. East Texas State, 1946 INTERCEPTIONS: 5, Alfredo Avila, Sul Ross vs. East Texas State, 1966 INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS: 122, Autry Beamon, East Texas State vs. East Central, 1972 PATs: 11, Matt Adams, Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 22, 2008; Todd Phillips, West Texas A&M at Southwestern Okla., Sep 11, 2010 PAT ATTEMPTS: 11, Jack Kyle, Sam Houston vs. Brooke Army, 1949 (made 9); Matt Adams, Abilene Christian vs. West Texas A&M, Nov. 22, 2008 (made 11); Todd Phillips, West Texas A&M at Southwestern Okla., Sep 11, 2010 (made 11) FIELD GOALS: 6, Taylor Cannon, Eastern New Mexico vs. Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009 FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED: 7, Taylor Cannon, Eastern New Mexico vs Southeastern Oklahoma, Sep. 12, 2009

INDIVIDUAL (Season) RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 317, Gerome Castleberry, East Central, 2002 RUSHING YARDS: 2,156, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2008 (2,165*, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2007) RUSHING YARDS PER CARRY: 11.7, Jimmy Pipkin, Midwestern State, 2011 RUSHING YARDS PER GAME: 182.8, Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986 RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS: 28, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2008 (35*, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2007) MOST 100-YD RUSHING GAMES: 12, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2008 MOST 200-YD GAMES RUSHING: 5, Johnny Bailey, Texas A&I, 1986 PASSING ATTEMPTS: 647, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico 2009 PASS COMPLETIONS: 404, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico 2009 PASS COMPLETION PCT.: .720 (118-164), Rahsaan Bell, Midwestern State, 2007 PASSING YARDS: 5,097, Keith Null, West Texas A&M, 2008 PASSING YARDS/GAME: 437.3, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico 2009 PASSING TOUCHDOWNS: 48, Keith Null, West Texas A&M, 2008 PASS COMPLETIONS PER GAME: 40.4, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico 2009 MOST 200-YARD GAMES PASSING: 13, Billy Malone, Abilene Christian, 2007;

Keith Null, West Texas A&M, 2008 TOTAL PLAYS: 734, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico 2009 TOTAL YARDS: 4,976, Keith Null, West Texas A&M, 2008 TOTAL YARDS/GM: 436.7, JJ Harp, Eastern New Mexico 2009 RECEPTIONS: 96, Tyson Williams, West Texas A&M, 2010 RECEIVING YARDS: 1,867, Charly Martin, West Texas A&M, 2008 RECEIVING YARDS PER GAME: 143.6, Charly Martin, West Texas A&M, 2008 RECEIVING TOUCHDOWNS: 22, Charly Martin, West Texas A&M, 2008 PUNT RETURNS: 35, Johnnie Jones, Central Oklahoma, 1998 LSC Football Records PUNT RETURN YARDS: 526, Byron Shaw, Texas A&I, 1973 PUNT RETURN AVG.: 22.1, Curtis Guyton, East Texas State, 1965 KICK RETURNS: 36, Jonathan Woodson, Texas A&M-Kingsville, 2011 KICK RETURN YARDS: 975, Jerome Hewitt, Southeastern Oklahoma, 2009 KICK RETURN AVG.: 38.0, David Hurst, East Texas State, 1949 PUNTS: 89, Rick Kinsey, Stephen F. Austin, 1978 PUNTING YARDS: 3,509, Dan Roberson, East Texas State, 1986 PUNTING AVG.: 46.8, Bill Huffman, Sul Ross, 1960 INTERCEPTIONS: 14, Alfredo Avila, Sul Ross, 1966 INT. RETURN YARDS: 318, Autry Beamon, East Texas State, 1972 POINTS: 204, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2008 (234*, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2007) TOUCHDOWNS: 34, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2008 (39*, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2007) PATs: 82, Matt Adams, Abilene Christian, 2007 PAT ATTEMPTS: 86, Matt Adams, Abilene Christian, 2007 CONSECUTIVE PATs: 48, Sergio Castillo Jr., West Texas A&M, 2011 FIELD GOALS: 21, Morgan Lineberry, Abilene Christian, 2010 FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS: 30, Jared Homer, Northeastern State, 2008; Morgan Lineberry, Abilene Christian, 2010 CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS: 15, Paul Williams, Tarleton State, 2005 FIELD GOAL ACCURACY: 100% (15-15) Paul Williams, Tarleton State, 2005 KICKING POINTS: 117, Matt Adams, Abilene Christian, 2008 ALL-PURPOSE YARDS: 2,982, Bernard Scott, Abilene Christian, 2008

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individual (longest plays) LONGEST RUN: 99, JT Thompson, Eastern New Mexico vs. East Central, 2007; Keithon Flemming, West Texas A&M vs. Angelo State, 2007 LONGEST PASS: 99, Binky Ford to Frankie Reescano, Sam Houston vs. Howard Payne, 1980; Matt Morris to Casey Cowan, Texas A&M-Commerce vs. Midwestern State, 1997; Taylor Harris to Stephen Burton, West Texas A&M vs. Tarleton State, 2010; Jake Glover to Vernon Johnson, Midwestern State vs. Abilene Christian, 2011 LONGEST PUNT RETURN: 100, Leonard Avery, Texas A&I vs. Slippery Rock, 1976; Marcus Bonner, Texas A&I vs. Northern Arizona, 1980; Justin Parson, Tarleton State vs. Central Oklahoma, 2003 LONGEST KICK RETURN: 100, Johnny Stovall, North Texas vs. Sam Houston, 1936; Bob Sloan, East Texas State vs. Midwestern State,1950; Marvin Brown, East Texas State vs. Midwestern State, 1951; Gary Berry, East Texas State vs. Sam Houston, 1958; Dwight Harrison, Texas A&I vs. Southwest Texas, 1967; Wylie Turner, Angelo State vs. Sam Houston, 1976; Joe Ferris, Southwest Texas vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1980; Steve Parker, Abilene Christian vs. Angelo State, 1982; Rufus Smith, Eastern N.M. vs. Howard Payne, 1985; Darrell Whitaker, Eastern N.M. vs. N.M. Highlands, 1994; Jurome Lee, Angelo State vs.West Texas A&M, 1995; Norman Miller, Texas A&M-Kingsville vs. Portland State, 1995; Cliff Douglas, West Texas A&M vs. Southwestern Okla., 1996; Kareem Larrimore, West Texas A&M vs. Okla. Panhandle St., 1998; Derrick Foster, Texas A&M-Kingsville vs. Angelo St., 1999; Anthony Armstrong, West Texas A&M vs. Eastern N.M., 2003; Corey White, Eastern N.M. vs. Southwestern Okla., 2004; Kyle Fox, Angelo State vs. Western State, 2005; Justin Johnson, Abilene Christian vs. Eastern New Mexico, 2009 LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURN: 100, Robby Robinett, Southwest Texas vs. Lamar, 1959; Richey Robertson, Stephen F. Austin vs. East Central, 1966; Byron Shaw, Texas A&I vs. Sul Ross, 1972; James Cross, Angelo St. vs. Sul Ross, 1974; Emmuel Thompson, Texas A&I vs. Central St. (Okla.), 1979; B. Tillman, Harding vs.Northeastern St., 1999; Tonmar Johnson, Eastern N.M. vs. Midwestern St., 1999; Justin Hibler, Eastern N.M. vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, 2000; Fred Shaw, Central Okla. vs. Tarleton St., 2004; Markell Walker, East Central at Southeastern Okla., 2010; Cory Whitfield, Texas A&M-Commerce at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 2011 LONGEST PUNT: 89, Mark Bounds, West Texas State vs. Central State (Okla.), 1990 LONGEST FIELD GOAL: 69, Ove Johansson, Abilene Christian vs. East Texas State, 1976

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LONE STAR CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

2011 Keidrick Jackson, ........................................ 1,044 2010 Baylen Laury, SOSU...................................... 1,192 2009 Fred Winborn, TAMU-K................................. 1,295 2008 Bernard Scott, ACU...................................... 2,156 2007 Bernard Scott, ACU...................................... 2,165 2006 Daniel Polk, MSU......................................... 1,199 2005 Derrick Ross, TSU........................................ 1,512 2004 Derrick Ross, TSU........................................ 1,560 2003 Larry Williams, TAMUK ................................. 1,570 2002 Gerome Castleberry, ECU ............................. 1,379 2001 Gerome Castleberry, ECU ............................. 1,308 2000 DeWayne Miles, WTAMU............... 1,524 1999 Carlton Booe, NSU ...................................... 1,370 1998 Reggie Donner, UCO .................................... 1,432 1997 Chris Pierson, Harding ................................. 1,299 1996 Jubarko Gaines, UCO .................................. 1,233 1995 Derrick Johnson, ENMU ............................... 1,265 1994 Joe Aska, UCO ............................................ 1,629 1993 Tyrone Jones, UCO ...................................... 1,108 1992 Tyrone Jones, UCO ...................................... 1,075 1991 Landrum Hale, ENMU .................................. 1,098 1990 Andre Tucker, ENMU .................................... 965 1989 Johnny Bailey, TAMUK ................................. 1,269 1988 Johnny Bailey, TAMUK ................................. 1,442 1987 Johnny Bailey, TAMUK ................................. 1,598 1986 Johnny Bailey, TAMUK ................................. 2,011 1985 Heath Sherman, TAMUK .............................. 1,111 1984 Anthony Thomas, ACU ................................. 1,096 1983 Ricky Dirks, TAMUC ..................................... 1,299 1982 Roger Wiley, SHSU ...................................... 1,079 1981 Cary Noiel, TAMUC ...................................... 1,307 1980 Anthony Jonson, ASU .................................. 1,003 1979 Paul Hood, SFA ........................................... 1,332 1978 Jerry Aldridge, ASU ..................................... 1,493 1977 Mike Richardson, TAMUC ............................. 1,095 1976 Larry Collins, TAMUK ................................... 1,185 1975 Aundra Thompson, TAMUC .......................... 1,976 1974 Don Hardeman, TAMUK ............................... 1,355 1973 Craig Powell, TAMUC ................................... 1,029 1972 Kenneth Parks, TAMUC ................................ 1,302 1971 Jerry Austin, ASU ........................................ 1,199 1970 Jerry Austin, ASU ........................................ 1,263 1969 Arthur James, TAMUC ................................. 1,334 1968 Arthur James, TAMUC ................................. 1,538 1967 Arthur James, TAMUC.................................. 963 1966 Danny Foust, Sul Ross ................................. 657 1965 Reece Morrison, SWT .................................. 919 1964 A.C. Lex, Sul Ross ....................................... 657 1963 Jerry Clement, SFA ..................................... 640 1962 Dee White, SWT .......................................... 707 1961 Sid Blanks, TAMUK ..................................... 609 1960 Sid Blanks, TAMUK ...................................... 550 1959 Sam McCord, TAMUC................................... 887 1958 George Jackson, SHSU................................. 652 1957 Bob Nance, Lamar ...................................... 658 1956 Bob Grisham, SHSU..................................... 706 1955 Bennie Boles, SHSU .................................... 906 1954 Norm Cash, Sul Ross ................................... 1,225 1953 Mac Moore, SHSU ....................................... 793 1952 Don Bingham, Sul Ross ............................... 1,090 1951 Mac Moore, SHSU ....................................... 1,014 1950 Charles Boyles, Sul Ross ............................. 1,036

2011 Mitchell Gale, ACU........................................ 3,823 2010 Taylor Harris, WTAMU.................... 4,806 2009 JJ Harp, ENMU............................................ 4,373 2008 Keith Null, WTAMU......................... 4,976 2007 Keith Null, WTAMU......................... 4,134 2006 Dalton Bell, WTAMU....................... 3,998 2005 Dalton Bell, WTAMU....................... 3,799 2004 Derek Maupin, WTAMU.................. 3,461 2003 Cliff Watkins, TSU......................................... 3,547 2002 Pete Darnell, ECU ........................................ 2,311 2001 Steve Kelly, TSU .......................................... 3,077 2000 Steve Kelly, TSU........................................... 2,782 1999 Luke Cullins, Harding .................................. 2,648 1998 Mitch Brown, MSU ...................................... 2,503 1997 Chad Cole, TSU ........................................... 2,674 1996 Chad Cole, TSU ........................................... 2,503

1932 North Texas State 1933 East Texas State 1934 East Texas State 1935 East Texas State, North Texas State, Stephen F. Austin 1936 North Texas State 1937 East Texas State 1938 East Texas State 1939 North Texas State 1940 North Texas State 1941 North Texas State 1942 East Texas State 1946 North Texas State 1947 North Texas State 1948 Southwest Texas State 1949 East Texas State 1950 Sul Ross State 1951 East Texas State 1952 East Texas State 1953 East Texas State 1954 East Texas State, SW Texas State 1955 East Texas State, SW Texas State, Sam Houston State 1956 Sam Houston State 1957 East Texas State, Lamar 1958 East Texas State 1959 East Texas State, Texas A&I 1960 Texas A&I 1961 Sam Houston State 1962 Texas A&I 1963 Southwest Texas State 1964 Sam Houston State 1965 Sul Ross State 1966 East Texas State 1967 Texas A&I 1968 Texas A&I 1969 East Texas State, Texas A&I 1970 Texas A&I 1971 Southwest Texas State, Howard Payne 1972 East Texas State 1973 Abilene Christian 1974 Texas A&I 1975 Texas A&I 1976 Texas A&I 1977 Abilene Christian, Texas A&I 1978 Angelo State 1979 Texas A&I 1980 Southwest Texas State 1981 Southwest Texas State 1982 Southwest Texas State 1983 East Texas State, Southwest Texas State 1984 Angelo State 1985 Texas A&I 1986 West Texas A&M 1987 Angelo State, Texas A&I 1988 Texas A&I 1989 Texas A&I 1990 East Texas State 1991 Eastern New Mexico 1992 Texas A&I 1993 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1994 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1995 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1996 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1997 Texas A&M-Kingsville 1998 Central Oklahoma 1999 NE State, Central Oklahoma, SE Oklahoma 2000 Northeastern State 2001 Texas A&M-Kingsville, Tarleton State 2002 Texas A&M-Kingsville 2003 Texas A&M-Kingsville 2004 Texas A&M-Kingsville 2005 West Texas A&M 2006 West Texas A&M 2007 West Texas A&M 2008 Abilene Christian 2009 Midwestern State, Tarleton State, Texas A&M-Kingsville 2010 Abilene Christian 2011 Midwestern State

1995 Grady Benton, WTAMU ..................... 2,077

1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989

Mike Jinks, ASU .......................................... 1,897 Rex Lamberti, ACU ...................................... 2,052 Wilbur Odom, ASU ....................................... 1,799 Bobby Bounds, TAMUC ................................ 1,825 Bobby Bounds, TAMUC ................................ 1,905 Mickey Russell, ASU .................................... 2,206

1988 Doak Taylor, WTAMU . ....................... 2,379

1987 Royce Slechta, TAMUC ................................ 2,105 1986 Tod Mayfield, WTAMU . ..................... 3,664

1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956 1955 1954 1953 1952 1951 1950

Rex Lamberti, ACU ...................................... 3,010 Bruno Briones, TAMUC ................................ 1,839 Kyle Mackey, TAMUC ................................... 1,960 Loyal Proffitt, ACU ....................................... 2,243 Loyal Proffitt, ACU ....................................... 2,306 Wade Wilson ............................................... 1,978 John Mayes, ACU ........................................ 2,352 John Mayes, ACU ........................................ 2,535 John Mayes, ACU ........................................ 2,201 Jim Reese, ACU .......................................... 2,309 Jim Reese, ACU .......................................... 2,355 Lynn Leonard, ASU ...................................... 1,679 Clint Longley, ACU ....................................... 2,719 Will Cureton, TAMUC ................................... 1,292 Jim Duncan, SWT ....................................... 1,442 Jim Dietz, TAMUC ....................................... 2,000 Robert Pearce, SFA ..................................... 2,104 J.D. McMahon, TSU .................................... 2,079 Jesse Perkins, SWT ..................................... 1,625 Terry Oglesby, TAMUK ................................. 1,262 Luz Pedraza, Sul Ross ................................. 1,505 Randy Johnson, TAMUK ............................... 1,414 Don Leinneweber, SWT ............................... 1,134 Windell Hebert, Lamar ................................. 1,112 Windell Hebert, Lamar ................................. 1,138 James Williams, TAMUC............................... 800 Harold Stephens, SFA .................................. 1,265 Dale Byerly, HPU ......................................... 950 George Parks, Lamar .................................. 701 Votto Gaddis, SFA ........................................ 846 Bobby McBride, SWT ................................... 906 Allen Boren, SHSU ....................................... 837 Pence Dacus, SWT ...................................... 1,654 Don Gottlob, SHSU ...................................... 2,325 James Gray, TAMUC .................................... 1,186 Charles Lafoon, Sul Ross ............................. 959

2012 West Texas A&M Buf falo Football Record Book


season openers / homecoming results Season-Opening Games

Score/Opponent WT Record WTAMU 6, Canyon 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (1-0) Hereford 8, WTAMU 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (1-1) WTAMU 31, Amarillo High 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (2-1) Amarillo High 6, WTAMU 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (2-2) WTAMU 20, Hereford High 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (3-2) WTAMU 7, Clarendon College 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (4-2) Clarendon College 19, WTAMU 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (4-3) WTAMU 6, Clovis High 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (5-3) WTAMU 97, Clovis High 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (6-3) WTAMU 22, Portales High 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (7-3) Hereford 15, WTAMU 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (7-4) Texas Christian 30, WTAMU 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (7-5) Wayland Baptist 19, WTAMU 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (7-6) WTAMU 100, Panhandle St. 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (8-6) North Texas 19, WTAMU 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (8-7) Hardin-Simmons 19, WTAMU 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (8-8) WTAMU 2, Clarendon 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (9-8) WTAMU 44, Clarendon 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (10-8) SW Oklahoma 26, WTAMU 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (10-9) WTAMU 32, Panhandle St. 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (11-9) Central Oklahoma 7, WTAMU 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (11-10) Texas Tech 21, WTAMU 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (11-11) Hardin-Simmons 6, WTAMU 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (11-12) SW Oklahoma 27, WTAMU 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (11-13) East Central (Okla.) 12, WTAMU 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . (11-14) WTAMU 20, New Mexico Military 7. . . . . . . . . . . . (12-14) WTAMU 56, Panhandle State 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (13-14) WTAMU 33, Panhandle State 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (14-14) WTAMU 40, Daniel Baker 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (15-14) @Arizona State 19, WTAMU 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (15-15) WTAMU 20, McMurry 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (16-15) WTAMU 34, Oklahoma City. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (17-15)

homecoming Games

Year 1931 1932 1933 1934 1937 1938 1939 1941 1942 1950 1951 1952 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964

Score/Opponent WT Record WTAMU 7, New Mexico 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (1-0-0) WTAMU 7, Sul Ross State 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (1-0-1) Oklahoma City 32, WTAMU 13. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (1-1-1) McMurry 17, WTAMU 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (1-2-1) WTAMU 26, NW Oklahoma 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (2-2-1) WTAMU 16, Sul Ross State 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (3-2-1) WTAMU 34, St. Mary’s 13. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (4-2-1) WTAMU 40, St. Mary’s 21. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (5-2-1) Hardin-Simmons 27, WTAMU 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (5-3-1) WTAMU 39, Sam Houston St. 18. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (6-3-1) Hardin-Simmons 27, WTAMU 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (6-4-1) WTAMU 45, New Mexico State 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (7-4-1) WTAMU 41, New Mexico State 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (8-4-1) Hardin-Simmons 19, WTAMu 18. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (8-5-1) Texas-El Paso 16, WTAMU 13. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (8-6-1) WTAMU 39, Hardin-Simmons 19. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (9-6-1) Texas-El Paso 29, WTAMU 12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (9-7-1) Virginia Tech 26, WTAMU 21. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (9-8-1) WTAMU 28, Trinity 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (10-8-1) Arizona State 28, WTAMU 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (10-9-1) WTAMU 20, New Mexico State 12. . . . . . . . . . . . (11-9-1) Arizona 6, WTAMU 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (11-10-1) Memphis State 41, WTAMU 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (11-11-1)

1942 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

@Texas Tech 39, WTAMU 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (17-16) Oklahoma State 41, WTAMU 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (17-17) WTAMU 57, Eastern New Mexico 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . (18-17) @Texas Tech 26, WTAMU 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (18-18) @Tulsa 26, WTAMU 13. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (18-19) WTAMU 28, Northern Arizona . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (19-19) WTAMU 41, TAMU-Commerce 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . (20-19) WTAMU 52, Northern Arizona 12. . . . . . . . . . . . . (21-19) Trinity 19, WTAMU 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (21-20) @Texas Tech 48, WTAMU 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (21-21) @Texas Tech 40, WTAMU 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (21-22) McMurry 40, WTAMU 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (21-23) WTAMU 46, Corpus Christi 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (22-23) WTAMU 29, Corpus Christi 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (23-23) WTAMU 20, McMurry 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (24-23) @Virginia Tech 28, WTAMU 12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (24-24) @Arizona State 43, WTAMU 22. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (24-25) @Texas Tech 38, WTAMU 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (24-26) WTAMU 55, Brigham Young 8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (25-26) WTAMU 61, Trinity 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (26-26) WTAMU 22, Texas-Arlington 17. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (27-26) Ohio 16, WTAMU 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (27-27) WTAMU 7, @Ohio 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (28-27) WTAMU 38, Texas-Arlington 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (29-27) WTAMU 35, Montana State 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (30-27) WTAMU 45, Lamar 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (31-27) Northern Arizona 21, WTAMU 20. . . . . . . . . . . . . (31-28) @Lamar 33, WTAMU 28. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (31-29) @Memphis State 30, WTAMU 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . (31-30) @Drake 40, WTAMU 12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (31-31) WTAMU 13, Drake 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (32-31) WTAMU 37, @Drake 17. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (33-31) @Wichita State 14, WTAMU 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (33-32) WTAMU 14, Wichita State 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (34-32)

1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

@Wichita State 14, WTAMU 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (34-33) @Mississippi State 28, WTAMU 0. . . . . . . . . . . . (34-34) WTAMU 14, Southern Illinois 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (35-34) McNeese State 20, WTAMU 17. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (35-35) WTAMU 17, Louisiana Tech 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (36-35) Abilene Christian 33,WTAMU 29. . . . . . . . . . . . . (36-36) @North Texas 32, WTAMU 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (36-37) @Northern Illinois 40, WTAMU 33. . . . . . . . . . . . (36-38) @Abilene Christian 25, WTAMU 18. . . . . . . . . . . (36-39) Troy State 38, WTAMU 32. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (36-40) Stephen F. Austin 7, WTAMU 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (36-41) @Lamar 42, WTAMU 21. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (36-42) CS-Sacramento 35, WTAMU 22. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (36-43) @CS-Sacramento 22, WTAMU 9. . . . . . . . . . . . . (36-44) Southwestern Oklahoma St. 37, WTAMU 0. . . . . . (36-45) Fort Lewis 47, WTAMU 24. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (36-46) WTAMU 39, Fort Lewis 16. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (37-46) WTAMU 35, Western New Mexico 23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . (38-46) Adams State 13, WTAMU 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (38-47) @Stephen F. Austin 35, WTAMU 17. . . . . . . . . . . (38-48) WTAMU 54, Panhandle State 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . (39-48) WTAMU 30, @Panhandle State 20 . . . . . . . . . . . (40-48) WTAMU 50, W. New Mexico 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (41-48) Midwestern State 42, WTAMU 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . (41-49) SW Oklahoma St. 39, WTAMU 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . (41-50) WTAMU 42, Panhandle State 21. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (42-50) East Central 13, WTAMU 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (42-51) WTAMU 91, @New Mexico Highlands 21. . . . . . . . (43-51) WTAMU 44, Mesa State 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (44-51) WTAMU 55, South Dakota 45. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (45-51) WTAMU 23, @Mesa State 20. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (46-51) Grand Valley State 37, WTAMU 23. . . . . . . . . . . . . (46-52) @Grand Valley State 34, WTAMU 31. . . . . . . . . . . (46-53) CSU-Pueblo 26, WTAMU 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (46-54)

1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988

New Mexico State 10, WTAMU 2. . . . . . . . . . . . (11-12-1) WTAMU 41, Richmond 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (12-12-1) WTAMU 37, Texas-Arlington 27. . . . . . . . . . . . . (13-12-1) WTAMU 53, W. Michigan 36. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (14-12-1) WTAMU 17, New Mexico St. 16. . . . . . . . . . . . . (15-12-1) North Texas 11, WTAMU 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (15-13-1) Idaho 26, WTAMU 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (15-14-1) WTAMU 63, New Mexico St. 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . (16-14-1) Utah State 36, WTAMU 14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (16-15-1) Lamar 9, WTAMU 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (16-16-1) WTAMU 24, Drake 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (17-16-1) WTAMU 30, McNeese State 25. . . . . . . . . . . . . (18-16-1) WTAMU 31, Drake 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (19-16-1) WTAMU 55, Lamar 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (20-16-1) WTAMU 33, Indiana State 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (21-16-1) WTAMU 17, New Mexico St. 15. . . . . . . . . . . . . (22-16-1) WTAMU 17, Indiana State 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (23-16-1) Wichita State 24, WTAMU 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (23-17-1) WTAMU 24, Illinois State 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (23-17-2) WTAMU 14, Abilene Christian 10. . . . . . . . . . . . (24-17-2) WTAMU 33, Wichita State 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (25-17-2) WTAMU 38, Angelo State 15. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (26-17-2) WTAMU 27, East Central 17. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (27-17-2) TAMU-Commerce 41, WTAMU 37. . . . . . . . . . . (27-18-2)

1989 1990 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

WTAMU 28, Cameron 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (28-18-2) TAMU-Commerce 51, WTAMU 35. . . . . . . . . . . (28-19-2) W. New Mexico 30, WTAMU 20. . . . . . . . . . . . . (28-20-2) Midwestern State 31, WTAMU 12 . . . . . . . . . . . (28-21-2) WTAMU 70, W. New Mexico 44. . . . . . . . . . . . . (29-21-2) WTAMU 46, Tarleton State 23. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (30-21-2) Angelo State 28, WTAMU 10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (30-22-2) WTAMU 31, Tarleton State 17. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (31-22-2) WTAMU 37, Angelo State 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (32-22-2) WTAMU 7, Tarleton State 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (33-22-2) WTAMU 45, TAMU-Commerce 20. . . . . . . . . . . (34-22-2) Tarleton State 62, WTAMU 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (34-23-2) Angelo State 19, WTAMU 0. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (34-24-2) Midwestern State 48, WTAMU 13 . . . . . . . . . . . (34-25-2) Midwestern State 30, WTAMU 26 . . . . . . . . . . . (34-26-2) WTAMU 52, Eastern New Mexico 52. . . . . . . . . (35-26-2) WTAMU 29, Midwestern State 27. . . . . . . . . . . (36-26-2) WTAMU 62, Eastern New Mexico 31. . . . . . . . . (37-26-2) WTAMU 42, Midwestern State 14. . . . . . . . . . . (38-26-2) WTAMU 34, Eastern New Mexico 24. . . . . . . . . (39-26-2) WTAMU 48, Tarleton State 17. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (40-26-2) WTAMU 19, Angelo State 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (41-26-2)

Buffalo Football

Year 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941

wt all-time vs. opponents Team Abilene Christian Abilene Collegians Adams State Albuquerque AFB Amarillo Air Base Amarillo High Amarillo Military Angelo State Arizona Arizona State Azusa Pacific Baylor Bowling Green Brigham Young CS-Northridge CS-Sacramento CSU-Pueblo Cal Poly-SLO Cameron Canyon High Central Arkansas Central Missouri Central Oklahoma Central Washington Chadron State Cincinnati

W L 17 28 1 0 5 1 1 0 0 2 2 5 1 0 10 14 3 9 7 13 1 0 0 2 4 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 2 2 1 0 0 2 1 1 8 11 2 1 0 1 1 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

Clarendon Clovis High Colorado College Colorado State Corpus Christi Dalhart Air Base Daniel Baker Drake East Carolina East Central (Okla.) Eastern New Mexico Fort Lewis College Florida Fresno State Goodnight College Grand Valley State Hardin-Simmons Hereford Hereford Town Team Houston Howard Payne Idaho Illinois State Incarnate Word Indiana State Iowa State Lamar

8 8 1 1 3 1 3 3 4 0 1 0 4 5 8 10 2 0 5 5 14 11 2 2 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 2 10 26 2 3 0 1 1 4 2 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 5 2 0 2 8 5

2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1

Louisiana Tech Louisville Lowery Phillips Lubbock Air Base McMurry McNeese State Memphis State Mesa State Midwestern State Mississippi College Mississippi State Montana State Montezuma College Nebraska-Kearney Nevada-Las Vegas New Mexico NM Highlands NM Military New Mexico State North Texas Northeast Louisiana Northeastern State Northern Arizona Northern Illinois Northwestern Oklahoma Northwest Missouri St. Ohio

1 3 1 2 1 1 2 0 12 7 3 7 0 6 2 0 14 11 0 2 1 0 2 0 2 0 1 1 1 0 9 5 10 1 10 8 26 11 6 15 2 0 6 1 9 1 3 4 4 5 2 1 2 1

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Oklahoma City Oklahoma State Pacific Panhandle State Phillips Pittsburg State Plainview High Portales High Prairie View A&M Richmond St. Benedict’s St. Mary’s Sam Houston State San Diego State San Jose State Seth Ward South Dakota South Dakota State South Plains Air Base Southwest Texas State Southern Illinois Southern Mississippi SE Oklahoma State SW Louisiana SW Oklahoma State Stephen F. Austin Sul Ross State

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John G. Miller 1910-12 Miller, the first coach in WTAMU history, coached the Buffs from 1910-12. 1910 (2-2) Coach: John G. Miller Canyon (H) W 6-0 Amarillo High (H) W 36-0 Plainview L 0-22 Hereford L 6-10 H/A: 2-0/0-2 48-32 1911 (3-4) Coach: John G. Miller Hereford L 0-8 Seth Ward (H) L 0-16 Hereford (H) L 3-5 Goodnight College (H) W 3-0 Amarillo High (H) W 15-5 Hereford (H) W 5-0 H/A: 3-2/0-2 26-81 1912 (3-1) Coach: John G. Miller Amarillo High (H) W 31-0 Seth Ward (A) W 19-0 Clarendon College (N) L 0-12 Clarendon College (H) W 3-0 H/A/N: 2-0/1-0/0-1 53-12

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Douglas A. Shirley 1913-1917 Shirley became the second coach at WTAMU and coached the Buffs for four years. He later went on to serve in the administration. A dorm on the WTAMU campus was named in his honor. 1913 (4-2) Coach: Douglas A. Shirley Amarillo High L 0-6 Wayland Baptist (H) W 12-0 Goodnight College (H) W 22-0 Wayland Baptist W 6-0 Seth Ward (H) W 12-0 Lowery Phillips L 0-3 H/A: 3-0/1-2 52-9 1914 (3-3) Coach: Douglas A. Shirley Hereford W 20-0 Hereford (H) W 58-6 Amarillo High (H) L 3-14 Amarillo High L 0-12 Seth Ward (H) L 14-19 Lowery Phillips (H) W 54-0 H/A: 2-2/1-2 149-51 1915 (4-3) Coach: Douglas A. Shirley Clarendon (H) W 7-0 Amarillo High (H) L 2-6 Seth Ward W 19-6 Lubbock High (H) W 19-6 Amarillo High L 7-19 Clarendon L 3-13 Amarillo Military (H) W 18-13 H/A: 3-1/1-2 75-63 1916 (1-5) Coach: Douglas A. Shirley Clarendon L 0-19 Wayland Baptist (H) L 6-28 Amarillo High L 0-34 Clarendon (H) L 6-19 Lubbock High (H) W 18-0 Wayland Baptist L 0-20 H/A: 1-2/0-3 30-120 1917 (2-3-1) Coach: Douglas A. Shirley Clovis High L 3-6 Wayland Baptist (H) L 0-6 Clarendon (H) W 6-0 Portales High (H) W 37-6 New Mexico Military L 0-99 Wayland Baptist (H) T 0-0 H/A: 2-1-1/0-2 46-117 Lt. Alonzo P. George 1918 Lt. George coached WTAMU for one season. His high-powered team is the only undefeated team in WTAMU history at 3-0 after winning all three games by a 188-7 combined score. 1918 (3-0) Coach: Lt. Alonzo P. George Clovis High (H) W 97-7 Wayland Baptist W 42-0 Wayland Baptist (H) W 49-0 H/A: 2-0/1-0 188-7 Walter Willy 1919 Willy picked up where George left off, leading WTAMU to a 4-2 record. His team had four straight shutouts during the season.

1919 (4-2) Coach: Walter Willy Portales High (H) W 72-0 Plainview (H) L 0-6 Clarendon (H) W 21-0 Canadian (H) W 55-0 Wayland Baptist W 6-0 New Mexico Military L 0-26 H/A: 3-1/1-1 154-32 Wayne McCorkle 1920 McCorkle became the third coach in a three-year period for WTAMU. He led WTAMU to its worst record to date at 1-5-1. 1920 (1-5-1) Coach: Wayne McCorkle Hereford Town Team (H) L 0-15 Wayland Baptist L 0-12 New Mexico Military (H) L 0-13 Clarendon (H) L 13-28 SW Oklahoma (H) T 0-0 Clarendon L 0-12 Wayland Baptist W 21-7 H/A: 0-3-1/1-2 34-87 Samuel D. Burton 1921-24, 1931-32 Burton, a football star from the University of Oklahoma, began his first of two terms as head coach in 1921. He coached the WTAMU men’s basketball team from 1921-33. He is regarded as possibly the greatest basketball coach in the Southwest. He is a member of the WTAMU Hall of Champions. 1921 (2-5-1) Coach: Sameul D. Burton Texas Christian (H) L 0-30 Clarendon L 0-9 Wayland Baptist (H) W 68-0 New Mexico Military L 10-19 Abilene Christian (H) W 35-0 Hardin-Simmons L 0-28 Northwestern Oklahoma (H) L 7-14 Clarendon (H) T 14-14 H/A: 2-2-1/0-3 134-114 1922 (2-8) Coach: Samuel D. Burton S30 Wayland Baptist (H) L 0-19 O6 Panhandle State (H) W 104-13 O13 Daniel Baker (H) L 0-13 O21 Abilene Christian (A) L 0-1 O27 Hardin-Simmons (H) L 9-35 N4 New Mexico (H) L 0-12 N11 New Mexico Military(H) W 20-0 N17 Clarendon (H) L 6-13 N23 Northwestern Okla. (H) L 7-13 N30 Clarendon L 0-26 H/A: 2-6/0-2 146-145 1923 (4-4-1) Coach: Samuel D. Burton Panhandle State (H) W 100-0 Howard Payne (H) L 0-6 New Mexico (H) W 22-8 Hardin-Simmons W 6-0 Clarendon T 6-6 New Mexico Military L 0-22 North Texas L 6-14 Clarendon W 6-0 TAMU-Commerce L 6-20 H/A: 2-1/2-2-1 152-76 1924 (5-4) Coach: Samuel D. Burton North Texas L 7-19 Northwestern Oklahoma W 21-6 Montezuma College W 77-0 New Mexico L 6-12 Hardin-Simmons W 12-6 Abilene Christian W 23-13 New Mexico Military L 13-14 Daniel Baker L 0-3 New Mexico Highlands W 14-0 173-73 Oscar Eckhardt 1925-27 “Ox” Eckhardt took over the coaching duties from Burton after spending several seasons at the University of Texas. He led WTAMU for three seasons, including 1927’s 6-3-1 squad. 1925 (4-4) Coach: Oscar “Ox” Eckhardt Hardin-Simmons L 6-19 Clarendon W 8-6 New Mexico Highlands W 7-0 Abilene Christian L 0-13 New Mexico W 9-7 North Texas L 6-20 New Mexico Military W 28-12 Texas Tech L 12-13 76-83

1926 (2-6) Coach: Oscar “Ox” Eckhardt Clarendon W 2-0 McMurry L 0-21 Daniel Baker L 0-14 Hardin-Simmons L 2-3 North Texas L 3-16 New Mexico Military W 46-6 Abilene Christian L 6-19 Texas Tech L 2-7 61-86 1927 (6-3-1) Coach: Oscar “Ox” Eckhardt Clarendon W 44-0 Daniel Baker L 0-2 McMurry L 0-13 Southwestern Oklahoma T 6-6 Hardin-Simmons L 0-7 Abilene Christian W 13-6 New Mexico Highlands W 25-0 New Mexico Military W 19-0 Stephen F. Austin W 27-6 Texas Tech W 12-9 149-49 W. Mitchell Jones 1928 Jones coached the Buffs in 1928. He later became dean of men at WTAMU. He is a member of the WTAMU Hall of Champions. 1928 (2-7) Coach: W. Mitchell Jones Southwestern Oklahoma L 0-26 McMurry L 0-16 Sam Houston State L 0-6 Hardin-Simmons L 6-25 TAMU-Commerce L 18-19 Montezuma College W 14-0 New Mexico Military W 27-0 Abilene Christian W 12-19 Texas Tech L 7-18 84-129 Claude E. Reeds 1929-30 Reeds came to WTAMU after a college football career at University of Oklahoma. He led WTAMU to a winning record both years. 1929 (6-3) Coach: Claude E. Reeds Panhandle State W 32-0 Abilene Christian L 0-15 Hardin-Simmons L 12-14 Daniel Baker W 7-0 New Mexico Military W 27-0 New Mexico Highlands W 13-0 McMurry L 18-19 Texas Tech W 20-0 TAMU-Commerce W 19-7 148-55 1930 (6-3-1) Coach: Claude E. Reeds Central Oklahoma L 0-7 Panhandle State W 19-0 Abilene Christian W 16-7 TAMU-Commerce W 14-0 Texas Tech W 6-0 Daniel Baker T 0-0 New Mexico Military L 6-27 Stephen F. Austin W 64-0 Hardin-Simmons L 6-26 McMurry W 6-3 137-70 1931 (6-3) Coach: Samuel D. Burton Texas Tech L 0-21 Central Oklahoma W 6-0 Daniel Baker L 19-40 Phillips W 6-0 Abilene Christian L 0-41 Panhandle State W 45-0 New Mexico Military W 7-0 Sul Ross State W 7-2 McMurry W 18-0 108-104 1932 (4-2-2) Coach: Samuel D. Burton Hardin-Simmons (H) L 0-6 Wayland Baptist (H) W 52-0 Daniel Baker W 12-0 McMurry W 19-0 Abilene Christian (H) W 12-0 Sul Ross State (H) T 7-7 New Mexico Military T 7-7 Oklahoma City L 9-19 H/A: 2-1-1/2-1-1 120-39

Alfred Baggett 1933-39 Baggett led the Buffs to an Alamo Conference co-championship in 1939. He served as the University’s athletic director after the reorganization of the department in 1938. 1933 (2-9) Coach: Alfred E. Baggett Southwestern Oklahoma L 6-27 Central Oklahoma L 0-6 New Mexico Military L 9-26 Southeastern Oklahoma L 0-20 Hardin-Simmons L 0-6 East Central L 0-12 McMurry W 13-6 Oklahoma City L 13-32 St. Benedict’s L 7-19 New Mexico Highlands W 7-6 Northwestern Oklahoma L 6-7 61-167 1934 (4-6) Coach: Alfred E. Baggett East Central (H) L 0-12 Southwestern Oklahoma (H) L 0-9 Texas-El Paso (H) W 20-6 New Mexico Military W 41-0 McMurry (H) L 7-17 Central Oklahoma L 0-9 New Mexico Highlands (H) W 30-6 Panhandle State W 14-0 St. Benedict’s L 14-19 Northwestern Oklahoma L 0-13 H/A: 2-3/2-3 132-91 1935 (5-4-1) Coach: Alfred E. Baggett New Mexico Military W 20-7 Panhandle State W 14-0 Texas Wesleyan L 0-6 McMurry L 7-13 New Mexico Highlands W 34-0 Texas-El Paso W 14-0 St. Benedict’s L 7-21 Central Oklahoma T 0-0 Sul Ross State W 7-6 Southeastern Oklahoma L 7-13 110-66 1936 (7-1-2) Coach: Alfred E. Baggett Panhandle State W 56-0 Texas-El Paso W 13-7 Texas Wesleyan W 9-0 New Mexico W 13-7 Southeastern Oklahoma W 34-6 Northwestern Oklahoma W 26-0 Sul Ross State T 0-0 New Mexico Highlands W 26-0 New Mexico Military T 0-0 St. Benedict’s L 0-19 177-39 1937 (6-3): Coach: Alfred E. Baggett Panhandle State (H) W 33-0 Daniel Baker (H) W 19-9 Texas Wesleyan (H) L 6-13 Texas-El Paso L 14-16 Hardin-Simmons (H) L 0-40 Northwestern Oklahoma (H) W 26-0 St. Benedict’s (H) W 20-0 Sul Ross State W 10-0 New Mexico Military (H) W 41-20 H/A: 5-2/1-1 169-98 1938 (7-2-1) Coach: Alfred E. Baggett Daniel Baker (H) W 40-7 TAMU-Commerce L 20-21 Southeastern Oklahoma (H) W 19-14 Hardin-Simmons L 0-39 Oklahoma City (H) W 13-7 Pittsburg State (H) T 13-13 Sul Ross State (H) W 16-7 New Mexico Military W 48-0 Western State, Colo. (H) W 27-0 St. Benedict’s W 28-0 H/A: 5-0-1/2-2 224-108

Jack C. Curtice 1940-41 Curtice led the Buffs to their first-ever undisputed Alamo Conference crown in 1940. He left WTAMU for the athletic director position at Texas-El Paso. 1940 (7-3) Coach: Jack C. Curtice Alamo Conference Champions McMurry (H) W 20-0 Arizona State (H) L 12-19 Western State, Colo. W 48-0 Fresno State L 6-15 Northern Arizona (H) W 27-6 St. Benedict’s (H) W 40-14 Hardin-Simmons L 7-28 Oklahoma City W 25-0 TAMU-Kingsville (H) W 26-6 St. Mary’s W 28-0 H/A: 4-1/3-2 239-88 1941 (8-2) Coach: Jack C. Curtice Oklahoma City W 34-0 Fresno State W 7-6 Arizona State W 13-7 New Mexico State W 51-0 Western State, Colo. W 66-0 Northern Arizona W 27-0 Hardin-Simmons L 13-20 Texas-El Paso W 40-7 St. Mary’s W 40-21 TAMU-Kingsville L 7-39 298-107 W.A. “Gus” Miller 1942-46 Miller coached football and basketball at WTAMU. He served as the school’s athletic director during his tenure. He was named to the Helm’s Hall of Fame in basketball. Miller is a member of the Panhandle Sports Hall of Fame and WTAMU’s Hall of Champions. 1942 (7-2) Coach: W.A. “Gus” Miller Texas Tech L 0-39 Arizona State (H) W 28-0 Albuquerque AFB (H) W 18-13 Texas-El Paso (H) W 7-0 Northern Arizona W 27-7 New Mexico State W 23-0 Hardin-Simmons (H) L 0-40 New Mexico W 13-7 Lubbock Air Base (H) W 14-6 H/A: 4-1/3-1 130-112 1943 (No team, World War II) 1944 (4-3) Coach: W.A. “Gus” Miller Oklahoma State (A) L 6-41 New Mexico (A) W 19-12 Amarillo Air Base L 7-38 Texas Tech L 6-35 Lubbock Air Base W 19-12 Abilene Collegians (A) W 41-6 South Plains Air Base W 19-6 107-150

1939 (5-3-1) Coach: Alfred E. Baggett Arizona State L 0-19 Western State, Colo. (H) W 35-0 Oklahoma City L 14-19 St. Mary’s (H) W 34-13 Pittsburg State W 7-0 Hardin-Simmons L 13-18 Sul Ross State W 26-6 South Dakota State (H) W 35-7 TAMU-Kingsville T 0-0 H/A: 3-0/2-3-1 164-82

Jerry Behrens (1956-61)

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1945 (2-6) Coach: W.A. “Gus” Miller Eastern New Mexico W 57-6 Baylor L 0-32 Tulsa L 0-32 New Mexico L 0-13 Amarillo Air Base L 12-20 Texas Tech L 6-12 Dalhart Air Base W 21-0 Colorado College L 19-20 115-135 W.W. “Windy” Nicklaus 1946 Nicklaus coached for three games in the 1946 after Miller resigned the position 1946 (5-5) Coach: Gus Miller (3-4)/ Windy Nicklaus (2-1) S21 Texas Tech L 14-26 S27 Houston (H) L 12-14 O4 New Mexico L 0-6 O12 Colorado College (H) W 13-12 O19 Texas-El Paso L 20-26 O26 New Mexico State (H) W 21-14 N2 Northern Arizona (H) W 20-0 N9 Hardin-Simmons L 7-28 N15 Wichita State (H) W 7-6 N23 Arizona State W 7-0 H/A: 4-1/1-4 121-132 Frank Kimbrough 1947-57 Kimbrough coached WTAMU for 11 seasons beginning in 1947. He led the Buffs to the 1950 Sun Bowl and the 1957 Tangerine Bowl, both won by WTAMU. He served as athletic director until his retirement in 1969. He is a member of the WTAMU Hall of Champions. Kimbrough Memorial Stadium was named in his honor after his death in 1970. 1947 (7-4) Coach: Frank Kimbrough S20 Tulsa L 13-26 S27 Abilene Christian L 7-13 O4 Texas Tech L 13-21 O11 Texas-El Paso (H) W 14-0 O18 Midwestern State (H) W 38-0 O24 New Mexico State W 34-7 N1 Northern Arizona W 25-0 N7 Hardin-Simmons (H) L 6-27 N15 Colorado College W 40-6 N22 Arizona State (H) W 28-18 N29 New Mexico W 28-18 H/A: 3-1/4-3 253-125 1948 (6-5) Coach: Frank Kimbrough S11 Northern Arizona (H) W 28-0 S18 Texas Tech L 0-19 S25 Abilene Christian (H) W 41-19 O2 North Texas (H) L 7-20 O9 Texas-El Paso L 7-21 O16 Midwestern State W 28-7 O23 TAMU-Commerce# L 7-13 O30 Houston (H) W 28-13 N11 Hardin-Simmons L 6-28 N27 New Mexico (H) W 19-0 D4 Corpus Christi W 21-13 H/A/N: 4-1/2-3/0-1 192-153 # at Dallas


year-by-year results 1957 (7-3) Coach: Frank Kimbrough S14 McMurry (H) W 20-7 S21 Texas Tech W 19-0 S28 Texas-El Paso L 12-20 O5 Southern Miss. (H) L 0-34 O12 Trinity W 27-20 O19 New Mexico State W 35-7 O26 Hardin-Simmons (H) W 39-19 N2 Arizona W 21-20 N9 Abilene Christian (H) W 12-2 N16 Drake L 19-20 H/A: 3-1/4-2 204-149 Clark Jarnagin 1958-59 Jarnagin came to WTAMU after a successful stint at powerhouse HardinSimmons. He served as assistant coach at WTAMU before being named head coach. 1958 (1-9) Coach: Clark Jarnagin S20 Virginia Tech L 12-28 S27 Texas Tech L 7-32 O4 Arizona State L 13-16 O11 Texas-El Paso (H) L 12-29 O18 Trinity (H) L 7-35 O25 Southern Mississippi L 0-15 N1 Arizona L 8-15 N8 Abilene Christian (H) L 21-28 N15 Hardin-Simmons L 6-26 N22 New Mexico State (H) W 39-32 H/A: 1-3/0-6 125-256 1959 (1-9) Coach: Clark Jarnagin S19 Arizona State L 22-43 S26 Arizona (H) L 6-7 O3 North Texas L 6-28 O10 Texas-El Paso L 12-13 O17 Southern Miss. (H) L 6-37 O24 Hardin-Simmons (H) L 0-22 O31 Drake (H) W 34-21 N7 Virginia Tech (H) L 21-26 N14 Trinity L 8-14 N21 New Mexico State L 13-35 H/A: 1-4/0-5 128-246 Joe E. Kerbel 1960-70 Possibly the best known coach in WTAMU history, Kerbel coached the Buffs to two bowl games (the 1962 Sun Bowl and the 1967 Jr. Rose Bowl). He served as athletic director from 1969-71 and is a member of the WTAMU Hall of Champions and the Panhandle Sports Hall of Fame. 1960 (3-7) Coach: Joe E. Kerbel S17 Texas Tech L 14-38 S24 Arizona State (H) L 3-14 O1 Southern Mississippi L 18-28 O8 Texas-El Paso (H) L 3-6 O15 North Texas (H) W 14-6 O22 Hardin-Simmons W 21-0 O29 Arizona L 14-21 N5 Trinity (H) W 28-0 N12 New Mexico State (H) L 15-35 N24 Wichita State L 11-31 H/A: 2-3/1-4 141-179 1961 (6-4) Coach: Joe E. Kerbel S23 Brigham Young (H) W 55-8 S30 Texas-El Paso W 56-27 O7 Wichita State (H) L 34-41 O14 Arizona State (H) L 11-28 O21 Hardin-Simmons (H) W 42-0 O28 Arizona (H) W 27-23 N4 Bowling Green L 6-28 N11 Trinity W 29-28 N18 New Mexico State W 35-22 D2 Texas Tech L 14-16 H/A: 3-2/3-2 309-221 1962 (9-2) Coach: Joe E. Kerbel S15 Trinity (H) W 61-0 S22 Texas Tech W 30-27 S29 Texas-El Paso (H) W 49-0 O6 Texas-Arlington (H) W 49-0 O13 Arizona State W 15-14 O20 New Mexico State (H) W 20-12 O27 Arizona L 3-8 N3 Bowling Green (H) W 23-7 N10 North Texas L 13-20 N17 Hardin-Simmons W 34-13 D31 Ohio* W 15-14 H/A/N: 5-0/3-2/1-0 312-115 * Sun Bowl @ El Paso, Texas 1963 (4-4-1) Coach: Joe E. Kerbel

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Texas-Arlington (H) W 22-17 Pacific (H) W 32-8 North Texas (H) W 38-17 Arizona State L 16-24 Memphis State (H) L 14-29 Arizona (H) L 3-6 Trinity W 24-12 New Mexico State (H) T 24-24 Texas-El Paso L 0-13 3-2-1/1-2 173-140 1964 (4-6) Coach Joe E. Kerbel S19 Ohio (H) L 14-16 S26 Arizona State (H) L 8-34 O3 Texas-El Paso (H) W 14-0 O10 North Texas W 21-13 O17 Memphis State (H) L 0-41 O24 Trinity (H) W 21-6 O31 San Jose State (H) W 18-7 N7 Texas Tech L 0-48 N14 New Mexico State L 0-40 N21 Texas-Arlington L 16-20 H/A: 3-3/1-3 112-127 1965 (6-4) Coach: Joe E. Kerbel S18 Ohio W 7-0 S25 Bowling Green (H) W 34-0 O2 Arizona State (H) W 22-14 O9 Trinity (H) W 34-6 O16 Colorado State (H) W 15-12 O23 New Mexico State (H) L 2-10 O30 Memphis State L 12-27 N6 Drake (H) W 20-14 N13 Lamar L 14-21 N27 Texas-El Paso L 21-38 H/A: 5-1/1-3 181-142 1966 (7-3) Coach: Joe E. Kerbel S17 Texas-Arlington (H) W 38-6 S24 Pacific W 49-7 O1 Arizona State W 21-20 O8 Texas-El Paso (H) L 3-9 O15 Richmond (H) W 41-7 O22 New Mexico State (H) W 17-14 O29 Memphis State (H) L 14-26 N5 Northern Arizona W 34-7 N12 Colorado State L 26-35 N19 W. Michigan (H) W 30-7 H/A: 4-2/3-1 273-138 1967 (8-3) Coach: Joe E. Kerbel S16 Montana State (H) W 35-26 S23 Utah State (H) L 27-44 S30 Pacific (H) W 34-6 O7 Colorado State (H) W 24-14 O14 San Jose State (H) W 28-14 O21 New Mexico State (H) L 10-24 O28 Texas-Arlington (H) W 37-27 N4 Northern Illinois W 17-10 N11 East Carolina W 37-13 N18 Wichita State L 13-22 D2 *Cal State-Northridge W 35-13 H/A/N: 5-1/2-2/1-0 297-213 * Junior Rose Bowl @ Pasadena, Calif. 1968 (8-2) Coach: Joe E. Kerbel S14 Lamar (H) W 45-7 S21 Wichita State (H) W 26-0 S28 Pacific (H) W 23-7 O5 Montana State W 35-20 O12 Memphis State L 21-42 O19 Texas-Arlington (H) W 41-0 O26 Utah State L 10-20 N9 Western Michigan (H) W 53-36 N16 New Mexico State W 23-14 N23 Colorado State W 22-17 H/A: 5-0/3-2 299-163 1969 (6-4) Coach: Joe E. Kerbel S20 Northern Arizona (H) L 20-21 S27 Northern Illinois (H) W 22-7 O4 Wichita State W 24-14 O11 San Diego State (H) L 14-24 O18 Colorado State L 7-27 O25 New Mexico State (H) W 17-16 N1 Texas-Arlington W 41-7 N8 Western Michigan W 28-20 N15 Bowling Green (H) W 28-12 N29 Southern Mississippi L 9-10 H/A: 3-2/3-2 210-158 1970 (7-3) Joe E. Kerbel S19 Lamar L 28-33 S26 Wichita State (H) W 43-0 O3 East Carolina (H) W 42-30 O10 Northern Illinois W 24-22 O17 North Texas (H) L 10-11 O24 New Mexico State (H) W 37-7 O31 Texas-Arlington W 33-8 N7 Western Michigan (H) L 0-20 N14 Bowling Green W 23-7 N21 Southern Mississippi W 14-11 H/A: 3-2/4-1 254-149

Gene Mayfield 1971-76 Mayfield returned to WTAMU after spending several years in prep ranks at Odessa Permian High School. He led the Buffs to a co-championship in 1972. He played college ball at WTAMU in 1945, 1948-50. He was the starting quarterback for WTAMU in the 1950 Sun Bowl. Mayfield, a member of the WTAMU Hall of Champions, also served as athletic director. 1971 (2-9) Coach: Gene Mayfield S11 Memphis State L 0-30 S18 Lamar (H) W 14-6 O2 Tulsa (H) L 13-17 O9 Texas-Arlington (H) L 0-13 O16 Northern Illinois (H) L 19-22 O23 Idaho (H) L 0-26 O30 Wichita State W 31-14 N6 New Mexico State L 24-50 N13 Colorado State L 14-36 N20 Drake (H) L 28-32 N27 Southern Mississippi L 0-35 H/A: 1-5/1-4 143-281 1972 (5-5) Coach: Gene Mayfield S16 Drake L 12-40 S23 Colorado State (H) W 41-14 S30 Lamar (H) W 35-12 O7 Southern Mississippi L 7-14 O14 New Mexico State (H) W 63-14 O21 Northern Illinois L 8-17 O28 Wichita State (H) W 21-16 N4 San Diego State L 6-37 N11 Texas-Arlington L 7-20 N18 North Texas W 17-14 H/A: 4-0/1-5 217-198 1973 (2-9) Coach: Gene Mayfield S8 Drake (H) W 13-10 S15 Tulsa L 3-48 S22 North Texas L 15-32 S29 Northern Illinois (H) L 14-21 O6 Lamar W 13-0 O20 Utah State (H) L 14-36 O27 Wichita State L 14-30 N3 New Mexico State L 14-56 N10 Tampa (H) L 6-28 N17 Southern Miss. (H) L 0-28 N24 Louisville (H) L 9-21 H/A: 1-5/1-4 115-310 1974 (6-5) Coach: Gene Mayfield S14 Drake W 37-17 S21 New Mexico State (H) L 0-41 S28 Wichita State (H) W 41-7 O5 Southern Miss. (H) W 31-0 O12 Idaho W 21-6 O19 Tulsa L 14-17 O26 Utah State L 16-21 N2 Lamar (H) L 7-9 N9 Tampa W 24-6 N16 North Texas (H) W 21-14 N30 Louisville L 8-10 H/A: 3-2/3-3 220-148 1975 (5-6) Coach: Gene Mayfield S6 Wichita State L 7-13 S13 Lamar W 10-8 S20 Tulsa (H) L 14-23 O4 Texas-Arlington (H) L 7-39 O11 Utah State L 17-21 O18 Drake (H) W 24-6 O25 Northeast Louisiana W 45-20 N8 New Mexico State (H) W 38-10 N15 McNeese State L 33-39 N22 Louisville (H) W 49-23 N29 North Texas L 15-16 H/A: 3-2/2-4 259-218 1976 (4-5-2) Coach: Gene Mayfield S18 Wichita State (H) W 14-10 S25 Southern Illinois L 17-21 O2 Texas-Arlington L 21-23 O9 Houston L 7-50 O16 North Texas (H) L 7-10 O23 Drake L 14-34 O30 McNeese State (H) W 30-25 N6 Lamar (H) W 21-6 N13 NE Louisiana (H) W 58-41 N20 New Mexico State T 13-13 N27 Tulsa T 17-17 H/A: 4-1/0-4-2 219-250 Bill Yung 1977-81 Yung coached the Buffs to Missouri Valley Conference championships in 1977 and 1979. 1977 (6-4-1) Coach: Bill Yung

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1949 (5-4) Coach: Frank Kimbrough S17 TAMU-Commerce (H) W 41-7 S24 McMurry (H) L 7-34 O1 Texas Tech L 19-35 O8 Texas-El Paso (H) L 7-34 O15 Houston L 13-14 O22 Trinity (H) W 55-20 N5 Northern Arizona (H) W 47-6 N12 Hardin-Simmons (H) W 19-7 N26 New Mexico W 41-13 H/A: 4-2/1-2 249-170 1950 (10-1) Coach: Frank Kimbrough Border Conference Champions S16 Northern Arizona (H) W 52-12 S23 Arizona W 34-26 S30 McMurry (H) W 41-19 O7 Texas Tech W 28-13 O14 New Mexico (H) W 45-6 O21 Sam Houston St. (H) W 45-6 O28 Trinity L 20-27 N4 Texas-El Paso W 40-12 N18 Hardin-Simmons W 47-13 N25 Corpus Christi W 26-13 J1 Cincinnati* W 14-13 H/A/N: 4-0/5-1/1-0 386-190 * Sun Bowl @ El Paso 1951 (2-7) Coach: Frank Kimbrough S15 Trinity (H) L 7-19 S22 Texas Tech L 7-46 S29 McMurry (H) W 28-20 O6 Arizona L 13-28 O13 North Texas L 14-42 O27 Hardin-Simmons (H) L 6-27 N3 Arizona State L 0-34 N10 New Mexico State W 50-20 N24 Texas-El Paso (H) L 6-13 H/A: 1-4/1-3 131-249 1952 (3-6) Coach: Frank Kimbrough S20 Texas Tech L 7-46 S27 McMurry (H) W 19-6 O11 New Mexico State (H) W 45-7 O18 Arizona State L 14-48 O25 Abilene Christian (H) W 20-18 N8 Midwestern State (H) L 13-21 N15 Trinity L 6-39 N22 Hardin-Simmons L 6-25 N27 Texas-El Paso L 7-31 H/A: 3-1/0-5 137-243 1953 (1-8-1) Coach: Frank Kimbrough S19 Texas Tech L 14-40 S26 McMurry (H) T 20-20 O10 Trinity (H) L 6-14 O17 Arizona State L 20-39 O24 Hardin-Simmons (H) L 14-26 O31 Arizona L 6-38 N7 Midwestern State W 20-14 N14 North Texas L 6-38 N21 New Mexico State L 13-19 N28 Texas-El Paso (H) L 7-27 H/A: 0-3-1/1-5 126-276 1954 (1-8) Coach: Frank Kimbrough S18 McMurry (H) L 18-19 S25 Texas Tech L 7-33 O2 Midwestern State (H) L 7-14 O16 New Mexico State (H) W 41-7 O23 Arizona State L 14-21 O30 Arizona L 12-48 N6 Trinity L 7-19 N13 Hardin-Simmons L 27-33 N25 Texas-El Paso L 13-33 H/A: 1-2/0-6 146-227 1955 (4-4-1) Coach: Frank Kimbrough S17 Corpus Christi (H) W 46-0 S24 McMurry (H) W 6-0 O1 Midwestern State (H) W 34-0 O8 Arizona T 20-20 O15 New Mexico State W 32-6 O22 Hardin-Simmons (H) L 18-19 O29 Texas Tech L 24-27 N5 Arizona State L 7-27 N19 Texas-El Paso L 7-13 H/A: 3-1/1-3-1 194-112 1956 (8-2) Coach: Frank Kimbrough S15 Corpus Christi (H) W 29-6 S22 McMurry (H) W 33-7 S29 Sul Ross State (H) W 48-0 O13 Texas Tech W 34-14 O20 New Mexico State (H) W 45-0 N3 Arizona L 13-20 N10 Hardin-Simmons W 20-6 N17 Texas-El Paso (H) L 13-16 D1 Midwestern State W 41-14 J1 Southern Mississippi* W 20-13 H/A/N: 4-1/3-1/1-0 296-96 * Tangerine Bowl @ Orlando, Fla.

Joe E. Kerbel (1960-70)

Missouri Valley Conference Champions Wichita State L 10-14 McNeese State L 8-20 North Texas L 20-31 Texas-Arlington (H) L 13-17 New Mexico State W 17-14 Drake (H) W 31-7 Lamar W 29-7 Indiana State (H) W 31-20 Colorado State (H) T 21-21 Tulsa (H) W 57-21 Southern Illinois (H) W 28-9 4-1-1/2-3 262-183 1978 (3-8) Coach: Bill Yung S2 Mississippi State L 10-28 S9 Texas-Arlington W 18-10 S16 McNeese State (H) L 13-45 S23 Southern Illinois L 3-17 S30 Wichita State (H) L 37-38 O7 North Texas (H) L 0-35 O14 Lamar (H) W 55-16 O21 Indiana State W 36-7 N4 Tulsa L 23-44 N11 Drake L 21-24 N22 New Mexico State (H) L 31-33 H/A: 1-4/2-4 237-297 1979 (5-5-1) Coach: Bill Yung Missouri Valley Conference Champions S1 Southern Illinois (H) W 14-0 S8 Texas-Arlington (H) L 6-10 S15 McNeese State L 0-21 S22 Southwest Louisiana L 10-19 S29 Houston L 10-49 O6 Lamar T 12-12 O13 Indiana State (H) W 33-17 O20 North Texas L 14-28 O27 Wichita State W 58-0 N3 New Mexico State W 54-21 N17 Drake (H) W 28-18 H/A: 3-1/2-4-1 239-195 1980 (5-6) Coach: Bill Yung S6 McNeese State (H) L 17-20 S13 Oklahoma State W 20-19 S20 Baylor L 15-43 S27 Southwest Texas (H) W 21-13 O4 New Mexico State (H) W 17-15 O11 Texas-Arlington W 38-26 O18 Drake L 21-27 O25 Tulsa L 24-44 N1 Indiana State L 18-37 N15 Wichita State (H) L 18-20 N22 Southern Illinois W 23-20 H/A: 2-2/3-4 232-284 1981 (7-4) Coach: Bill Yung S5 Louisiana Tech (H) W 17-10 S12 Iowa State L 13-17 S19 Nevada-Las Vegas W 21-17 S26 Texas-Arlington (H) W 35-31 O3 McNeese State W 31-24 O10 Southern Illinois (H) L 22-29 O17 Wichita State W 23-17 O24 Drake L 13-21 N7 Indiana State (H) W 17-14 N14 Tulsa (H) L 10-24 N21 New Mexico State W 45-9 H/A: 3-2/4-2 247-213 Don Davis 1982-84

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Davis served as assistant coach under Bill Yung before becoming the head coach. He compiled a 6-26-1 record over three seasons. 1982 (3-8) Coach: Don Davis S4 Abilene Christian (H) L 29-33 S11 Louisiana Tech L 7-28 S18 Southwest Louisiana L 18-31 S25 McNeese State (H) W 25-17 O2 Wichita State (H) L 21-24 O16 Florida L 14-77 O23 North Texas (H) W 24-22 O30 Drake (H) L 24-31 N6 Tulsa L 21-59 N13 New Mexico State (H) W 30-28 N20 Southern Illinois L 13-17 H/A: 3-3/0-5 226-367 1983 (0-10-1) Coach: Don Davis S3 North Texas L 3-32 S10 Abilene Christian (H) L 3-28 S17 McNeese State L 0-17 S24 Texas-Arlington (H) L 13-31 O1 Angelo State (H) L 3-10 O8 Illinois State (H) T 24-24 O22 Wichita State L 30-31 O29 Drake L 26-36 N5 Indiana State (H) L 20-31 N12 Tulsa L 16-31 N19 New Mexico State L 24-26 H/A: 0-4-1/0-6 162-297 1984 (3-8) Coach: Don Davis S1 Northern Illinois L 33-40 S8 Texas-Arlington L 19-27 S15 New Mexico L 0-27 S22 McNeese State (H) L 7-24 S29 Iowa State L 0-14 O5 Tulsa (H) L 7-35 O12 Abilene Christian (H) W 14-10 O19 Southern Illinois W 24-17 O26 New Mexico State W 21-13 N10 Wichita State L 14-17 N17 Drake (H) L 22-25 H/A: 1-3/2-5 161-249 Bill Kelly 1985-87 Kelly guided the Buffs to a 6-3-1, second-place finish in the Missouri Valley in 1985 and to the Lone Star Conference crown with a 7-4 mark in WTAMU’s first season in Division II the following season. He was named Coach of the Year in the MVC in 1985 and in the LSC in 1986. 1985 (6-3-1) Coach: Bill Kelly S7 Abilene Christian L 18-25 S14 Angelo State (H) W 12-10 S21 Louisiana Tech (H) L 10-20 S28 TAMU-Kingsville (H) W 27-17 O5 Indiana State (H) W 29-27 O12 Wichita State (H) W 33-21 O19 Illinois State T 29-29 O26 Tulsa L 17-44 N2 Drake W 28-27 N16 New Mexico State W 55-25 H/A: 4-1/2-2-1 258-245 1986 (7-4) Coach: Bill Kelly Lone Star Conference Champions

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S6 Troy State (H) L 32-38 S13 Central Oklahoma (H) W 35-28 S20 Louisiana Tech L 21-24 S27 Mississippi College (H) L 24-34 O4 Stephen F. Austin L 31-36 O11 Angelo State (H) W 38-15 O18 Howard Payne W 31-7 O25 TAMU-Commerce (H) W 49-19 N1 TAMU-Kingsville W 54-49 N15 Eastern New Mexico(H) W 50-3 N22 Abilene Christian W 32-28 H/A: 4-2/3-2 397-281 1987 (5-6) Coach: Bill Kelly S5 Stephen F. Austin (H) L 3-7 S12 Central Oklahoma (H) W 25-8 S19 Troy State L 0-45 S26 Mississippi College L 16-28 O3 East Central, OK (H) W 27-17 O10 Angelo State L 7-36 O24 TAMU-Commerce W 35-34 O31 TAMU-Kingsville (H) L 20-44 N7 NW Missouri (H) W 33-21 N14 Eastern New Mexico W 29-7 N21 Abilene Christian (H) L 17-27 H/A: 3-3/2-3 212-276

O30 Tarleton State (H) L 27-28 N6 Eastern New Mexico W 35-34 N13 Western New Mexico L 16-41 H/A: 1-3/2-3 249-286

Steve Graf 1988-90 Graf led the Buffs to a 6-26 record during his three seasons. He served as an assistant coach before taking over the head coaching duties. Graf also served as WTAMU’s athletic director. 1988 (2-8) Coach: Steve Graf S3 Lamar L 21-42 S10 Northeast Missouri L 28-45 S24 Northwest Missouri W 65-42 O1 Angelo State (H) L 6-52 O8 Cameron L 29-56 O15 TAMU-Commerce (H) L 37-41 O22 TAMU-Kingsville L 7-32 O29 Central Oklahoma L 15-27 N5 Eastern New Mexico (H) W 34-15 N12 Abilene Christian L 37-51 H/A: 1-2/1-6 279-403 1989 (3-8) Coach: Steve Graf S2 Cal-State-Sacramento (H) L 22-35 S9 Cal Poly-SLO L 10-31 S16 Lamar (H) L 17-49 S23 Nebraska-Kearney (H) W 45-28 S30 Angelo State L 14-49 O7 Cameron (H) W 28-9 O14 TAMU-Commerce L 20-21 O21 TAMU-Kingsville (H) L 3-39 O28 Central Oklahoma (H) W 26-24 N4 Eastern New Mexico L 17-21 N11 Abilene Christian (H) L 20-38 H/A: 3-4/0-4 222-344 1990 (1-10) Coach: Steve Graf S1 Cal State-Sacramento L 9-22 S8 Cal Poly-SLO (H) L 13-48 S15 Tarleton State (H) L 15-16 S22 Nebraska-Kearney L 14-17 S29 Angelo State (H) L 14-52 O6 Cameron W 20-17 O13 TAMU-Commerce (H) L 35-51 O20 Texas A&M-Kingsville L 16-21 O27 Central Oklahoma L 16-38 N3 Eastern New Mexico (H) L 0-32 N10 Abilene Christian L 22-24 H/A: 0-5/1-5 174-338 1991 Did not play - program disbanded

1995 (5-6) Coach: Morris Stone S2 Western N.M. (H) W 35-23 S9 Adams State W 44-26 S16 Fort Lewis (H) W 44-7 S23 Southwestern Okla. (H) W 38-21 S30 Angelo State L 14-54 O7 Tarleton State (H) W 46-23 O14 TAMU-Commerce L 7-51 O21 TAMU-Kingsville (H) L 17-55 O28 Central Oklahoma (H) L 6-43 N4 Eastern New Mexico L 7-10 N11 Abilene Christian (H) L 14-21 H/A: 4-2/1-4 272-334 1996 (1-9) Coach: Morris Stone S7 Adams State (H) L 10-13 S14 Midwestern State W 5-0 S21 Southwestern Okla. L 21-31 O5 Angelo State (H) L 10-28 O12 Tarleton State L 17-27 O19 TAMU-Commerce (H) L 0-31 O26 TAMU-Kingsville L 0-21 N2 Central Oklahoma L 7-21 N9 Eastern New Mexico(H) L 21-31 N16 Abilene Christian L 3-26 H/A: 0-5/1-4 94-229

Ron Steele 1992-93 Steele coached the Buffs for two seasons as WTAMU returned to the gridiron. 1992 (1-9) Coach: Ron Steele S5 Southwestern Okla. (H) L 0-37 S12 Fort Lewis L 35-46 S26 Cameron L 10-44 O3 Western N.M. (H) L 20-30 O10 Prairie View A&M (H) W 21-15 O17 Southeastern Okla. (H) L 7-38 O24 N.M. Highlands L 14-42 O31 Tarleton State L 7-36 N7 Eastern New Mexico (H) L 0-56 N14 Panhandle State L 0-14 H/A: 1-4/0-5 114-358 1993 (3-6) Coach: Ron Steele S11 Fort Lewis (H) L 24-27 S18 Panhandle State (H) W 69-8 S25 Southwestern Okla. L 24-47 O2 Midwestern State (H) L 12-31 O9 Prairie View A&M W 28-6 O16 Southeastern Okla. L 14-44

2006 (11-2) Coach: Don Carthel Lone Star Conference Champions A31 Mesa State (H) W 44-14 S9 Adams State (H) W 31-11 S16 TAMU-Commerce (A) W 35-10 S23 Northeastern State (H) W 14-10 S30 TAMU-Kingsville (A) W 51-31 O7 Midwestern State (H) W 29-27 O14 Eastern New Mexico (A) W 21-14 O19 Abilene Christian (H) L 33-49 O28 Angelo State (A) W 26-10 N4 Central Oklahoma (A) W 38-7 N11 Tarleton State (H) W 21-16 N18 Abilene Christian (H) W 30-27(ot) N25 Chadron State (A) L 43-17 H/A: 6-1/5-1 390-269

Morris Stone 1994-96 Stone, who started his coaching career with a 7-0 record in 1994, helped WTAMU in the transition back to the Lone Star Conference. 1994 (9-2) Coach: Morris Stone S3 Fort Lewis* (N) W 39-16 S10 Adams State (H) W 14-7 S17 Howard Payne (H) W 59-56 S24 N.M. Highlands (H) W 48-16 O1 Midwestern State W 35-28 O8 Western N.M. (H) W 70-44 O15 Hardin-Simmons W 40-34 O22 Abilene Christian L 50-51 O29 Tarleton State W 59-33 N5 Eastern New Mexico (H) L 38-48 N12 Panhandle State W 54-28 H/A/N: 4-1/4-1/1-0 506-361 * at Farmington, New Mexico

Stan McGarvey 1997-2001 McGarvey produced the second-best turnaround in NCAA Division II in 1997 with a 7-4 record in his first season. 1997 (7-4) Coach: Stan McGarvey A28 Stephen F. Austin L 17-35 S6 Adams State W 48-0 S13 Southwestern Okla. W 34-7 S20 East Central (H) W 48-0 O4 Angelo State L 23-31 O11 Tarleton State (H) W 31-17 O18 TAMU-Commerce L 14-21 O25 TAMU-Kingsville (H) L 0-33 N1 Midwestern State (H) W 51-7 N8 Eastern N.M. (OT) W 35-34 N15 Abilene Christian (H) W 20-0 H/A: 4-1/3-3 321-185 1998 (8-3) Coach: Stan McGarvey A29 Panhandle State (H) W 54-14 S5 Central Arkansas L 30-38 S12 Southwestern Okla. W 42-0 S1 East Central (H) W 42-0 O3 Angelo State (H) W 37-7 O10 Tarleton State W 35-6 O17 TAMU-Commerce (H) W 27-14 O24 TAMU-Kingsville L 21-43 O31 Midwestern State W 38-22 N7 Eastern New Mexico(H) W 13-10 N14 Abilene Christian (2OT) L 29-36 H/A: 5-0/3-3 368-190 1999 (3-8) Coach: Stan McGarvey A28 Panhandle State W 30-20 S4 Central Arkansas (H) L 20-27 S27 Southwestern Okla. L 20-25 S25 Southeastern Okla. (H) L 24-31 O2 Angelo State L 7-28 O9 Tarleton State (H) W 7-6 O16 TAMU-Commerce L 3-9 O23 TAMU-Kingsville (H) L 14-35 O30 Midwestern State (H) L 0-24 N6 Eastern New Mexico L 16-24 N13 Abilene Christian (H) W 21-9

2007 (12-1) Coach: Don Carthel Lone Star Conference Champions A30 South Dakota (H) W 55-45 S8 Adams State (A) W 63-20 S15 TAMU-Commerce (H) W 45-14 S21 Northeastern State (A) W 38-0 S29 TAMU-Kingsville (H) W 36-3 O6 Midwestern State (A) W 25-20 O13 Eastern New Mexico (H) W 62-31 O20 Abilene Christian (A) W 41-31 O27 Angelo State (H) W 38-17 N3 Central Oklahoma (H) W 31-0 N10 Tarleton State (A) W 39-14 N17 Washburn (H) W 40-39 N24 NW Missouri State (A) L 28-56 H/A: 7-0/5-1 541-290

Leon Manley (1957-59) H/A: 2-4/1-4 162-238 2000 (5-6) Coach: Stan McGarvey A26 Western New Mexico (H) W 50-0 S9 Midwestern State L 7-14 S16 Western Washington L 17-41 S23 Northeastern State (H) W 21-12 S30 Angelo State (H) L 3-28 O7 Tarleton State L 19-43 O14 TAMU-Commerce (H) W 45-20 O21 TAMU-Kingsville W 13-3 O28 East Central Univ. L 17-26 N4 Eastern New Mexico (H) L 21-49 N11 Abilene Christian W 31-30 H/A: 3-2/2-4 244-256 2001 (2-9) Coach: Stan McGarvey A30 Midwestern State (H) L 14-42 S8 Western N.M. W 35-14 S15 Northwestern Okla. (H) W 27-10 S22 Northeastern State L 17-28 S29 Angelo State L 10-30 O6 Tarleton State (H) L 3-62 O13 TAMU-Commerce L 19-28 O20 TAMU-Kingsville (H) L 17-33 O27 East Central (H) L 30-38 N3 Eastern New Mexico L 27-41 N10 Abilene Christian (H) L 31-34 H/A: 1-5/1-4 238-352 Ronnie Jones 2002-2004 Jones, who was WTAMU’s 25th coach, had 24 years of coaching experience in the NFL and Division I. He was part of seven collegiate conference championships, one Rose Bowl championship and NFL division titles. 2002 (0-11) Coach: Ronnie Jones S7 Southwestern Okla. (H) L 21-39 S14 Northwestern Okla. (A) L 0-43 S21 Central Oklahoma (H) L 14-34 S28 Southeastern Okla. (A) L 7-43 O5 Angelo State (H) L 0-19 O12 Midwestern State (A) L 14-54 O19 TAMU-Commerce (H) L 17-18 O26 TAMU-Kingsville (A) L 7-49 N2 Tarleton State (H) L 17-42 N9 Eastern New Mexico (H) L 16-27 N16 Abilene Christian (A) L 31-35 H/A: 0-6/0-5 144-401

2003 (3-8) Coach: Ronnie Jones A30 Panhandle State (H) W 42-21 S6 Southwestern Okla. (A) L 14-30 S20 Central Oklahoma (A) L 20-31 S27 Southeastern Okla. (H) L 30-55 O4 Angelo State (A) L 19-20 O11 Midwestern State (H) L 13-48 O18 TAMU-Commerce (A) W 30-17 O25 TAMU-Kingsville (H) L 13-38 N1 Tarleton State (A) L 27-47 N8 Eastern New Mexico (A) W 49-23 N15 Abilene Christian (H) L 27-34 H/A: 1-4/2-4 266-374 2004 (2-8) Coach: Ronnie Jones S4 East Central (A) L 6-13 S11 Central Oklahoma (H) L 27-38 S18 Southwestern Okla. (A) W 23-6 S25 TAMU-Kingsville (A) L 21-69 O2 Midwestern State (H) L 26-30 O9 Eastern New Mexico (A) L 20-21 O16 Abilene Christian (H) L 24-27 O23 Angelo State (A) W 36-33 O30 Tarleton State (H) L 14-34 N6 TAMU-Commerce (H) L 28-38 H/A: 0-5/2-3 225-309 Don Carthel 2005-Present West Texas A&M’s improvement was evident when Carthel took over the program in 2005, as he has led the Buffs three-straight Lone Star Conference Championships and six-consecutive post-season appearances. 2005 (10-2) Coach: Don Carthel Lone Star Conference Champions A25 N.M. Highlands (A) W 90-21 S3 East Central (H) W 37-6 S10 Central Oklahoma (A) W 44-31 S17 Southwestern Okla. (H) W 41-14 S24 TAMU-Kingsville (H) W 28-20 O1 Midwestern State (A) W 47-44 O8 E. New Mexico (H) W 52-51(ot) O15 Abilene Christian (A) W 40-24 O22 Angelo State (H) L 53-58 O29 TAMU-Commerce (A) W 19-17 N5 Tarleton State (A) W 30-26 N19 Pittsburg State (H) L 3-41 H/A: 4-2/6-0 484-353

2008 (11-2) Coach: Don Carthel A28 Mesa State (A) W 23-20 S6 Central Oklahoma (A) W 49-18 S13 Azusa Pacific (H) W 75-13 S20 Southwestern Okla. (H) W 42-20 S28 TAMU-Kingsville (A) W 55-35 O4 Midwestern State (H) W 42-14 O11 Eastern New Mexico (A) W 51-27 O18 Abilene Christian (H) L 35-52 O25 Angelo State (A) W 27-0 N3 Northeastern State (H) W 59-9 N8 Tarleton State (H) W 51-0 N15 Central Washington (H) W 49-42 N22 Abilene Christian (A) L 68-93 H/A: 6-1/5-1 626-343 2009 (7-5) Coach: Don Carthel A29 Grand Valley State (H) L 23-37 S5 Central Oklahoma (H) L 17-24 S12 Central Washington (A) L 10-34 S19 Southwestern Okla. (A) W 41-15 S27 TAMU-Kingsville (H) L 17-23ot O3 Midwestern State (A) L 19-31 O10 Eastern New Mexico (H) W 34-24 O17 Abilene Christian (A) W 32-21 O24 Angelo State (H) W 43-15 O31 Northeastern State (A) W 66-23 N7 Tarleton State (A) W 49-35 D5 Nebraska-Omaha (N) W 31-25 H/A/N: 2-3/4-2/1-0 382-307 * Kanza Bowl @ Topeka, Kansas 2010 (8-4) Coach: Don Carthel S2 Grand Valley State (A) L 31-34 S11 Southwestern Okla. (A) W 77-14 S18 Southeastern Okla. (H) W 41-17 S25 Angelo State (A) W 37-27 O2 Northeastern State (A) W 34-22 O9 Tarleton State (H) W 48-17 O16 TAMU-Kingsville (A) L 24-28 O23 Midwestern State (H) W 42-29 O30 Incarnate Word (A) W 49-10 N6 Abilene Christian (H) L 34-41 N13 East Central (H) W 52-21 N20 Central Missouri (A) L 35-55 H/A: 4-1/4-3 469-260 2011 (8-3) Coach: Don Carthel S1 CSU-Pueblo (H) L 24-26 S17 TAMU-Kingsville (N) W 42-21 S24 Incarnate Word (H) W 52-7 O1 Tarleton State (A) W 44-13 O8 Angelo State (H) W 19-7 O15 Abilene Christian (A) L 18-28 O22 E. New Mexico (H) W 52-21 O29 Central Wash. (H) W 49-35 N5 Midwestern St. (A) L 21-35 N12 TAMU-Commerce (H) W 49-0 N27 Central Missouri (N)* W 26-7 H/A: 5-1/1-2 396-200 * Kanza Bowl @ Topeka, Kansas

2012 West Texas A&M Buf falo Football Record Book

All-Time Record 468-485-22 (.480) Home Record (Since 1959) 153-125-3 (.544) NCAA Bowl Record 6-0 (1.000) NCAA Div. II Playoff Record 3-5 (.375) Conference Championships 1940 - Alamo Conference 1950 - Border Conference 1977 - Missouri Valley Conference 1979 - Missouri Valley Conference 1986 - Lone Star Conference 2005 - Lone Star Conference 2006 - Lone Star Conference 2007 - Lone Star Conference


all-time letterwinners Miles Ackerman ‘11, ‘12, ‘13, ‘14 Ralph Ackerman ‘19 Kenneth Adameck ‘76 Bob Adams ‘20 Donny Adams 2000 Ed Adams ‘79, ‘80 Lamont Adams ‘96 Wayne Adams ‘69, ‘70 Ricko Aguirre ‘98, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01 Tom Airhart ‘49, ‘50, ‘51 Glen Akers ‘19, ‘20 Yomi Akintunde 2007 Dan Alaniz ‘93, ‘94 Richard Albertson ‘85, ‘86 Gus Aldana ‘92, ‘93, ‘94 Albertson Alexandre 2011 Tony Alexander ‘84, ‘85 Ed Alford ‘72, ‘73, ‘74 Chase Allen 2002, ‘03, ‘04 George Allen ‘64, ‘65 Marc Allen ‘64, ‘65, ‘66 Steve Allen 2006, ‘07 Torrence Allen 2010, ‘11 Wallace Allen ‘41 Perry Allred ‘79, ‘80, ‘81 Carl Alvord ‘94 Buck Ambrum ‘36, ‘37 Chris Anderson ‘86, ‘87 Don Anderson ‘42 J.W. Anderson ‘40, ‘42 Louis Anderson ‘41 Ralph Anderson ‘68, ‘69, ‘70 Troy Anderson ‘67, ‘68, ‘69 Will N. Anderson ‘24, ‘25 Clete Andrews 2001 Dan Andrews ‘66, ‘67 Rod Ansley 2005 Tim Anuszkiewicz ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Jimmy Arias ‘97 Roy Armentrout ‘64, ‘65 Anthony Armstrong 2001, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04 Jason Arnold 2000 Simon Arriola ‘90 Carlos Artis ‘95 Jason Ash ‘92, ‘93 Nick Ashley 2002, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 Emory Atterberry 2010, ‘11 Pat Ator ‘14 Nick Awalt-Thompson ‘93, ‘94 John M. Ayers ‘73, ‘74, ‘75 John T. Ayers ‘97, ‘98, ‘00, ‘01 Bobby Azam ‘92, ‘93 Dag Azam ‘67, ‘68, ‘69

B Babbit ‘16 Shade Baichtal 2009, ‘10 Brad Bailey ‘92, ‘93, ‘94 Brian Bailey ‘92, ‘93, ‘94 Richard Bailey ‘99, ‘00 Samuel Bailey ‘98 Hugh Bain ‘18 Michael Bain ‘88, ‘89 Clyde Baird ‘11 Fred Baird ‘11 Adrian Baker ‘81, ‘82, ‘83 Brendan Baker ‘06 Chip Baker ‘93, ‘94 Milton Baker ‘78, ‘79, ‘80, ‘81 Ronald Baker ‘81 Eugene H. Baldwin ‘62, ‘63 M.C. Ball ‘15 R. Ball ‘15 Guy Ballard ‘15 Ken Ballard ‘54, ‘55, ‘57 Prentice Ballengee ‘31, ‘32 Boyce Bandy ‘28, ‘29 Aaron Banks ‘68 Demitri Banks 2004 Rod Banks ‘81 Rocco Barbaro ‘97 Chris Barnard ‘80, ‘81 Charles Barnes ‘95, ‘96 Tyrone Barnes ‘96 Val Barnes 2002, ‘03 Joe Bob Barnhill ‘51, ‘53 Duane Barrett ‘51 Price Barrett ‘29 Rick Barrett ‘65, ‘66, ‘67 Randy Barrios 2001 Delbert Barron ‘40 Willie Barton, 2008 Farris Bass ‘27, ‘28, ‘29 Aaron Bassett ‘99, 2000 Reginald Bassett ‘70

Ronnie Bassett ‘71 Walker Bateman ‘49, ‘50 Larry Bates ‘73 Vic Bates ‘46, ‘47 Weldon Bates ‘48, ‘49 Dick Battenfield ‘20 John Battenfield ‘19 R. Battenfield ‘19 Don Beck ‘54, ‘55, ‘56, ‘57 Michael Becker ‘97, ‘98, ‘00 Jack Beech ‘54 Dwaine Beery ‘51 Jerry Behrens ‘59, ‘60, ‘61 Clarence Bell ‘14 Adam Bell 2002 Dalton Bell 2003, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 Danny Bell ‘77 Norman Bell ‘80, ‘81, ‘84 Paul Bell ‘79, ‘80, ‘81, ‘82 Curtis Bennett ‘80, ‘81, ‘82 Tommy Bennett ‘80, ‘81 Willis Bennett ‘28 George Benny ‘61, ‘62 Ben Bentley ‘72, ‘73, ‘74 Carroll Bentley ‘64 Grady Benton ‘94, ‘95 Robby Bergt ‘92 Frank Bettencourt, Jr. ‘67, ‘68 Andrew Bettle ‘89 Joe Biagioni ‘93 Dominique Bibben 2002, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 James Bibben 2005, ‘06 Bruce Bible 2000 Fred Biffle ‘32 D.V. Biggers ‘34 Todd Billings ‘98, ‘99 R.F. Bird ‘17 Carl Birdsong ‘77, ‘78 Delbert Bivens ‘20, ‘22, ‘23 Ira Bivens ‘23 Ray Bivens ‘21, ‘22, ‘24, ‘25 Bill Black ‘11, ‘12, ‘13, ‘15 W.C. Black ‘12 B. Blackmon 2006 Darrell Blades ‘74, ‘75, ‘76 John Blaine ‘73 Don Blair ‘58, ‘59 Lyke Blake ‘36 Tully Blanchard ‘74, ‘75, ‘76 Carlos Blanco ‘94 Blankenship ‘15 H.H. “Hoss” Bledsoe ‘44, ‘45 Bobbit ‘15 Scott Boldvich ‘97, ‘98 Jerry Bollen ‘50, ‘51 Buck Bolten ‘21 Emmett Bonamarte ‘86 Price Bonnett ‘29 Bill Boren ‘26 Carl Boston ‘13 William M. Boston ‘13 Paul Boswell ‘51, ‘52 Mark Bounds ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Bill Bowen ‘26 Randy Bowers 2000, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03 Austin Bowes ‘50, ‘51 Marvin Bowman ‘42 Sterling Bowman ‘97, ‘98 Boyce Box ‘46 Cloyce Box ‘46, ‘48, ‘49 Brandon Boyd 2010 Carroll Boyd ‘32 Quentin Boyd 2005 Todd Boydston ‘90 R.A. Boyer ‘13 Roger Boykins ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 Harsden Boyles ‘25, ‘26, ‘27 R.A. Boyter ‘48, ‘49 Scott Braden ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 Steve Bradford ‘97 Bill Bradley ‘60, ‘61 Hal Bradley ‘40 Bryan Braman 2009 Mark Brand ‘85, ‘86 Eugene Brandon ‘40 Tony Brasfield ‘81 Orville Bratton ‘40 Larry Brazon ‘67, ‘68 Jeff Bridges ‘92 Pat Bridges ‘80, ‘81 Don Briggs ‘47, ‘48, ‘49, ‘50 John Briggs ‘58 Marcus Brigham, 2008 Jim Brinkley ‘58 Kevin Brinkley ‘99, 2000, ‘01 Michael Briso 2005 Charles Briscoe ‘79,’80,’81,’82

Joe Britt ‘54 Leonard Britt ‘33 Brent Brittain ‘84, ‘85, ‘86 I.W. Brock ‘40 Jared Brock 2005, ‘06, 07, ‘08 Joe Brock ‘70, ‘71, ‘72 Pete Bromley ‘46, ‘48, ‘49, ‘50 Joe Brooks ‘53, ‘54, ‘55, ‘56 Henry Brotherton ‘36 Lawrence Brotherton ‘30, ‘31, ‘32 Dabe Browder ‘44, ‘45 Carl Brown ‘71, ‘72 Chris Brown ‘98 Chris Brown 2008, ‘09 Frank Brown ‘24 Gerald Brown ‘28, ‘34 Jerry Brown ‘54 Kelly Brown ‘77, ‘78, ‘79, ‘80 Kevin D. Brown ‘83, ‘84, ‘85, ‘86 Kevin E. Brown ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 Ray Brown ‘19, ‘20 Raymond Brown ‘68, ‘69, ‘70 Robert Brown ‘73, ‘74, ‘75 Russell Brown ‘19, ‘20 Willie Brown ‘67, ‘68 Tom Brownfield ‘72, ‘73 Blake Bryant ‘82, ‘88 John David Bryant ‘60, ‘61 David Buchanan ‘85 Frank Buchanan ‘48 Cedric Buckley ‘89, ‘90 Dan Buesing ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Bradley Bullitt 2006 Doyle Bunch ‘37 Bill Bundy ‘62, ‘63, ‘64 Jeff Bunger ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Bill Burch ‘77, ‘80 Maurice Burch ‘24 Jason Burden ‘94 Clois Burgess ‘72, ‘73, ‘74, ‘75 Otis Burke ‘30, ‘31, ‘32 William Burleson ‘74, ‘75, ‘76 Alex Burnett ‘82, ‘83 Shy Burney ‘90 Russell Burns 2005, ‘06 Grady Burson ‘22, ‘23, ‘24 Stephen Burton 2009, ’10 Steve Burtschell ‘83 Conway Butler ‘35, ‘36, ‘37 Mike Butler ‘85 Duane Byars ‘42, ‘46, ‘47 Charlie Byrd ‘21 Diamond Byrd 2004

C Tim Cabines ‘57, ‘58 Nalo Cabuyaban 2005, ‘06 Jimmy Cadenhead ‘80, ‘81 Stina Caine ‘34, ‘35 Calvin Calazo 2007 Derrick Caldwell ‘98, ‘99 Maurice Caldwell 2008, ‘09, ‘10. ‘11 Joe Calhoun ‘92, ‘95 Terrance Calhoun 2002, ‘03, ‘04 George Calvin ‘32 Desmond Cambell ‘95 Bo Campbell 2009 Jason Campbell ‘92 Jimmy Campbell ‘65, ‘66, ‘67 Nelson Campbell ‘13 Xavier Candeleria 2003 Cecil Caraway ‘46 Johnny Cardinal ‘48, ‘49 F. Carey ‘14, ‘15 Royal Carey ‘20 Bob Carlson ‘79, ‘80 B.J. Carlton ‘95, ‘96, ‘97, ‘98 Don Carpenter ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 Travis Carpenter ‘93, ‘94 Bryan Carr ‘74, ‘75, ‘76 Daryl Carr ‘72, ‘73 Stan Carraway ‘85, ‘86 Dominique Carter 2003, ‘04 Kyle Carter ‘85, ‘86, ‘87 Matt Carter ‘93, ‘94 M. Carter 2006 Stanley Carter ‘85, ‘86, ‘87 Ricky Cash 2000, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03 Ed Castleberry ‘42, ‘44 Sergio Castillo 2010, ‘11 Adam Cates ‘90 Weldon Cauthen ‘76, ‘77 Carlos Cavanaugh 2004 George Caviness ‘34, ‘35, ‘36 Donald Chambers ‘89

Charley Chambless ‘53 Ezell Champion ‘34, ‘35, ‘36 Chris Chandler ‘84 James Chandler, 2008, ‘09 Leon Chapman ‘48, ‘49, ‘50 Randy Chappell ‘98 Laz Chavez ‘92 Willard Childers ‘38 Grady Childers ‘14 Brian Christian ‘92, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95 Charles Christian ‘88, ‘89 Terrill Christian ‘27, ‘28 Tom Christian ‘50, ‘51 David Christmas 2010, ‘11 Kenneth Clapp ‘51, ‘52, ‘53 Mark Clapp ‘54, ‘55, ‘56, ‘57 Earl Clardy ‘67, ‘68, ‘69 Brit Clare ‘83, ‘84, ‘85 Anthony Clark 2007, ‘08 Billy Clark ‘53, ‘54, ‘55 Bobby Clark ‘51 Danny Clark ‘79, ‘80, ‘81 Gary Clark ‘68 Jay Clark ‘90 Jim Clark ‘54, ‘55, ‘56 Kenneth Clark ‘34, ‘35 Lawrence Clark ‘34, ‘35 Rob Clark ‘80, ‘81 Robert Clark ‘29, ‘30 Dante Clay 2001, ‘02 Kaleb Clay 2001, ‘02 Elmer Cleavinger ‘27, ‘28 DeWayne Cleveland ‘53 W.L. Cleveland ‘54, ‘55 Berly Clinton ‘42, ‘46 Curtis Clinton ‘74, ‘75 Tommy Coffey ‘56, ‘57, ‘58 Dale Cole ‘56 Craig Coleman ‘96, ‘97 Alphonse Coleman ‘11 Roy Collier ‘89, ‘90 Ricky Collingsworth ‘78,’79,’80 Ben Collins ‘40, ‘41 Ray Colvin ‘32 Edwin Comer ‘29, ‘30 Gordon Compton ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 Jackie Compton ‘77, ‘78, ‘79, ‘80 J.R. Compton ‘84, ‘85, ‘86, ‘87 Phillip Conaster ‘88 Buck Cone ‘27 Roger Conley ‘76 Fred Connaly ‘18 Eddie Conner ‘47, ‘48, ‘49, ‘50 Garry Conner ‘68, ‘69 Guy Conner ‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Lewis Conrey ‘41 Nathan Cook ‘98, ‘99, 2000 Nate Cook 2006 Randy Cook ‘76, ‘77 Ernie Cooke ‘92 Abe Cooper ‘89, ‘90 Andre Cooper ‘89, ‘90 Brian Cooper 2005 Leo Cooper ‘28 Bob Copeland ‘44 Orville Copeland ‘51, ‘53, ‘55 James Corbett 2005, ‘06 Dave Corley ‘53, ‘54, ‘55, ‘56 Jesse Cornell ‘39, ‘40 Marc Cornell ‘95, ‘96 Tom Cortez ‘83 Thomas Costello ‘71 John Cota ‘76, ‘77 Ralph Cousins ‘10 Bobby Covington ‘53, ‘54, ‘55 J.D. Covington ‘47, ‘48, ‘49, ‘50 Tim Cowdrey 2009, ‘10 James Cowell ‘64, ‘65, ‘66 Lon Cowling ‘10, ‘11, ‘12, ‘13 Carlos Cox 2000, ‘01 Ray Cox ‘35, ‘37 William Cox ‘89, ‘90 Jason Cramer ‘92, ‘93 Alton Cranford ‘72, ‘73, ‘74 Mike Crawford ‘73, ‘74 Bill Cross ‘47, ‘48, ‘49, ‘50 Jesse Cross ‘75, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 George Crossman ‘71 Tait Crow ‘95, ‘96, ‘98 Tommy Crowley 2006, ‘08 Bob Crudginton ‘18 John Crudginton ‘15 Brandon Crump ‘98, ‘99 Cleatice Crump ‘24, ‘25, ‘26, ‘27 Jerry Cryer ‘68, ‘69, ‘70 John Cubine ‘45 Noel Cudd ‘46, ‘48

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Dick Cunningham ‘61 James Cunningham ‘61, ‘62 Jason Cunningham ‘92 Renarko Cunningham 2007, ‘09 Jeron Curtis 2003, ‘04 Kendrick Cutsinger 2008

D Darin Dabelgott ‘92, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95 Grady Dale ‘92 Harold Dalton ‘46, ‘48 R.C. Dalton ‘50 Paul Dancy 2011 Monte Daniel ‘82 Johnny Darden ‘73, ‘74 Glen Daughterty ‘31 V. Daughterty ‘11 Charles Daves ‘62, ‘63, ‘64 Logan Daves, 2002 Davis ‘15 Braelon Davis 2008 Dale Davis 2004, ‘05, ‘06, 07 Alex Davis ‘70 Bobby Davis ‘56, ‘57, ‘58 Bruce Davis ‘72, ‘73, ‘74 Eldon Davis ‘38, ‘39, ‘40 Garland Davis ‘78, ‘79 Jack Davis ‘34, ‘35 Joe Davis ‘83, ‘84, ‘85, ‘86 Kenneth Davis ‘44 Kenny Davis ‘77 Lindley Davis ‘54, ‘55, ‘56, ‘57 Michael Davis ‘88 Ricky Davis ‘80, ‘81, ‘82 Ronald Davis ‘32, ‘35 Lydell Dauster ‘67, ‘68 Fred Dawson ‘54, ‘55, ‘56, ‘57 Jim Dawson ‘59, ‘60, ‘61, ‘62 Jeff Dean ‘88, ‘89 Kenny Dean ‘80, ‘81, ‘82 Randy Dean ‘83, ‘84 Timmy Dean ‘81, ‘82, ‘83 Brian Dedy ‘64, ‘65, ‘66 Bill Delaney ‘75, ‘76, ‘77 Mike Delaney ‘72, ‘73 Ricky DeLeon ‘80, ‘81 Pat Demel ‘84 Sean Demerson ‘88, ‘89 Don Demhan ‘54 Bill Dendy ‘61 David Denney ‘70, ‘71 James Denney ‘61, ‘62, ‘63 Donald Dennis ‘64, ‘65 Kevin Dennis ‘78, ‘79, ‘80, ‘81 Charlie Denny ‘58 Charles Dentley ‘56 Bob Deshano ‘86, ‘87 Bill Detweier ‘57 Lloyd Devin ‘31 Larry Dickerson ‘96, ‘99 Tracky Dickson ‘73, ‘74 Myron Dillard 2010

L S C C h a m p i o n s 1 9 8 6 , 2 0 0 5 , 2 0 0 6 , 2 0 0 7 • N C AA P l a y o f f A p p e a r a n c e s 2 0 0 5 , 2 0 0 6 , 2 0 0 7 , 2 0 0 8 , 2 0 1 0

Gary Dittmeyer ‘85 Dan Dockery ‘89 William Dodge 2001 Anthony Dogan ‘75, ‘76, ‘77 Dale Donoho ‘68, ‘69, ‘70 Loren Doolin ‘33 Scott Doores ‘72, ‘73 Rod Dorsett ‘89 Devario Dorsey 2007, ‘08 Virgil Doston ‘20 Dotson ‘15 Cliff Douglas ‘95, ‘96 Llwood Dow ‘35, ‘36, ‘37 Chester Dowell ‘50, ‘51 Dowin ‘41 Hugh Doyal ‘61 Jimmy Draper ‘48, ‘49, ‘50 A.Z. Drones ‘67, ‘68 Richie DuBroc ‘90 Frank Dudley ‘76, ‘77 Terry Duffy ‘75, ‘76 Jean Dugas ‘99, 2000 Alfred Duncan ‘31, ‘32, ‘33 Kyle Duncan ‘97, ‘98, ‘99, 2000 Bobby Duncum ‘64, ‘65, ‘66 Gerald Dunn ‘54 Roy Lee Dunn ‘47, ‘48, ‘49, ‘50 Bryon Durham ‘17, ‘20

E Kenneth Echols ‘50 Chad Ealy 2001 Buck Edison ‘14 Jack Edmondson ‘37, ‘38, ‘39 Rick Edwards ‘94 K.D. Edwards ‘45 LeJuan Edwards 2000 Robert Edwards ‘72, ‘73 Steve Edwards ‘93, ‘94 Tony Edwards ‘74, ‘75 Travis Edwards 2001 Earl Elkins ‘25, ‘26 Robert Elkins ‘29 Rashad Ellis 2006, 07 Pat Elliston ‘19 Buford Elmer ‘41, ‘42 Paul Emmitt ‘54, ‘55, ‘56, ‘57 Quentin C. Eppinette ‘61, ‘62, ‘63 James Epps ‘42 Jerry Epps ‘56, ‘57, ‘58 Bart Evans ‘84 Leon Evans ‘51 Michael Evans ‘99, 2000, ‘01, ‘02 Morris Evans ‘83 Ron Evans 2005, ‘06 Tae Evans 2007, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10

F Darrell Faircloth 2004, ‘05 Jesus Fajardo 2008 Ramese Faleafine ‘69, ‘70 William T. Falls ‘18

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Tommy Fambrough ‘66, ‘67, ‘68 Rick Fangman ‘68, ‘69, ‘70 Clark Farr ‘53 Zane Farris 2007, ‘08, ‘10. ‘11 Rudolph Faucett ‘32 Dean Faulkenberry ‘60, ‘61 Forrest Faulkner ‘36, ‘37, ‘38 Jacob Felton 2002, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Gary Fennell ‘72, ‘73 Manny Fernandez ‘77, ‘78 Don Field ‘72, ‘73, ‘74 Henry Fields ‘38 William Fifer ‘74, ‘75, ‘76, ‘77 Alva Finch ‘42 Keith Finch 2002 Todd Finney ‘96 Joe Fiola ‘42 Jim Fish ‘80, ‘81, ‘82 Anthony Fisher ‘85 Chance Fite ‘88 Dennis Flanagan ‘64 David Fleming ‘64, ‘65 Keithon Flemming 2007, ‘08, ‘09 Gary Fletcher ‘81, ‘82, ‘83 Aarrhon Flores 2009, ‘10. ‘11 William Flowers ‘40, ‘41, ‘42 Dick Flynn ‘67, ‘68, ‘69 Greg Forbes ‘76 Joed Forbus ‘40, ‘41, ‘42 Jay Fortner ‘89, ‘90 Brad Ford 2003 Doyle Ford ‘42 Mark Ford 2006, 07, ‘08, ‘09 Landon Forga 2010, ‘11 Joe Fortenberry ‘31, ‘32 Devon Fortson ‘86, ‘87 Adam Foster ‘96 Cozel Foster ‘46, ‘47, ‘48 Grady Dean Foster ‘18 Hosea Foster ‘32 Jim Foust ‘38 Ricky Foust ‘80 Girard Fowler ‘98 Wilfred Fowler ‘32 Wayne Fox ‘64 Cole Fraley ‘72 Billie Francis ‘64, ‘65, ‘66, ‘67 Kevin Francis ‘97, ‘98 Sean Fredericksen ‘87 Dave Freeman ‘72 Derek Freeman ‘95, ‘96 Tony Freeman ‘96 Max Frick ‘97 Kenneth Friemel ‘59, ‘60 Guy Fuller ‘26 Dory Funk Jr. ‘59, ‘60, ‘61, ‘62 Terry Funk ‘63, ‘64, ‘65

Willard Goff ‘83, ‘84 Mario Goins ‘11 Eddie Golecki ‘66, ‘67 Brittan Golden 2008, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11 Floyd Golden ‘18, ‘20, ‘21, ‘24 Ray Golden ‘18, ‘23 Ward Golden ‘25, ‘26, ‘27, ‘28 Anthony Gomez 2008 Manuel Gomez ‘70, ‘71 Philip Gomez 2000, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03 J. Gonzalez 2006 Will Goodloe 2000, ‘01 Dana Goodnight ‘94 Marion Goodson ‘44, ‘47 Earl Goodwin ‘23 Myrl Goodwin ‘23 Sid Goodwin ‘18 Trampas Goodwin ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Clyde Goodwine ‘19 Clyde Gordon ‘21 Thomas Gordon ‘28 Tony Gorman ‘72, ‘73 Randy Gouard 2001, ‘02, ‘03 Andrew Gowell ‘88, ‘89 A.M. Graham ‘14 Drew Graham 2008, ‘09, ‘10,’11 Wade Graham ‘54, ‘55 Joe Granato ‘60, ‘61 Jonathan Granger 2003, ‘04, ‘06, 07 David Grant 2010 Jordan Grant 2004 John Graser ‘81 Bernice Graves ‘22 Jeff Gray ‘86 David Green 2001 Kalgie Green ‘65, ‘66 Keith Green 2004 Lewis Green 2002 Percy Green ‘65, ‘66 Billy Greenfield ‘45, ‘46 Jimmy Greenwood ‘51, ‘53, ‘54 Glynn Gregg ‘56, ‘57, ‘58 Otis Griffin ‘98, ‘99 DeWitt Griffith ‘17 John Grigsby ‘70 Eldon Grimslid 2006, 07, ‘08 Ed Grission-Lipsky ‘99, 0200 Roy Grundy ‘51 Hector Guevara ‘96 Errol Guidry ‘65, ‘66 Chris Guillen 2000, ‘01, ‘02 Wayne Gumm ‘54 Lars Gustafson ‘98 Scott Gutschke ‘89 John Gwyn ‘78, ‘79, ‘80

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Keon Gaither 2005 Blake Gamand ‘85, ‘86 Jason Gamble ‘97, ‘98 Oscar Gamel ‘24, ‘25, ‘26 Benny Garcia ‘96 Ricky Gardin ‘85, ‘86 Buck Garrett ‘46, ‘47, ‘48 Edward Garrett ‘26 Darren Garrigan 2005, ‘06 Juan Garza ‘72, ‘73 Justin Garza 2006, 07 Matias Garza ‘69, ‘70, ‘71 Germaine Gaspard ‘95, ‘96, ‘97, ‘98 Dave Gasser ‘65, ‘66 Jimmy Gaston ‘99, 2000 Elbert Gee ‘26 Bill George ‘44 Pat Gerald ‘28, ‘29 Kendrick Geyen 2010, ‘11 David Gibson ‘61, ‘62, ‘63 Joey Gibson 2001 Louis Gibson ‘35 C.C. Gilbert ‘14 Hadley Gilbert ‘96 H.M. Gilbert ‘14 John Gilham ‘28, ‘29, ‘30 Woody Gilliland ‘62, ‘63, ‘64 Joseph Gipson 2001 Mike Gist ‘82 Kenneth Glasgow ‘44, ‘45, ‘46 Ray Glass ‘14, ‘15, ‘16 Franco Glaze ‘97, ‘98 Ryan Glenday 2007 Bret Goad 2001, ‘02 Steve Gobin ‘73 Sid Goff ‘69

Jim Hadaway ‘57, ‘58 Alex Hale ‘27 Alfred Hale ‘14 D.H. Hale ‘28, ‘29, ‘30 Nay Hale ‘25 Hall ‘15 Billie Polk Hall ‘41 John Hall ‘33 Robert Hall ‘85, ‘86, ‘87 Luke Halpin 2011 Robin Ham ‘80, ‘81, ‘82 Herschel Hamil ‘33 Bob Hamilton ‘74, ‘75 Henry Hamilton ‘72, ‘73 Tracey Hamilton ‘84, ‘85, ‘86 Jimmy Hammack ‘81, ‘82 Trevor Hammergren 2010, ‘11 Jared Hammett 2000, ‘01 Bill Hammitt ‘44 Phil Hampton ‘64, ‘65 Tommy Hampton 2010, ‘11 Hugh Hancock ‘24 Jacob Hancock 2011 Russell Handy 2000 James Hankins ‘72, ‘73 Stan Hansen ‘68, ‘69, ‘70 David Harbin ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 C.B. Harder ‘10 Sirquon Hardy 2001, ‘02 William Harp ‘36, ‘37 Newt Harrell ‘87 Antwaun Harris 2006 Jim Bob Harris ‘51 Joe Harris 2005 L.G. Harris ‘32 Taylor Harris 2007, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10

dalton bell (2003-06) Terrance Harris 2010, ‘11 Antonio Harrison ‘98, ‘99 Keith Harrison ‘88, ‘89 Jim Hart ‘72 Stephen Hartman ‘90 Greg Hatch ‘80, ‘81, ‘82 Steve Hatch ‘75, ‘77, ‘78, ‘79 Bill Hatchett ‘67, ‘68 Steve Haterius ‘64, ‘65, ‘66, ‘67 Jonathan Hatton ‘11 Willis Haws ‘72, ‘73 Seth Hayden 2007, ‘08 Joe Hayes ‘36, ‘37 Vic Hayes ‘75, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 Jorell Haynes 2006, 07 Emmett Hazelwood ‘26, ‘27 Grady Hazelwood ‘17, ‘18 Wallace Hazelwood ‘17, ‘20 Ken Hazen ‘79, ‘80 Brandon Head 2005, ‘06 Justin Head 2006 Floyd Headen 2006, 07 Allen Heath ‘83, ‘84 Tony Heath ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 Fred Hedgecoke ‘58, ‘59, ‘60 Willard Hedges ‘42, ‘44, ‘45 Jones Hedrick ‘58, ‘59, ‘60 Heffer ‘15 Carl Heilman ‘67, ‘68 Greg Hein ‘85, ‘86 Craig Hemphill ‘88, ‘90 Darryl Hemphill ‘78,’79,’80,’81 Charlie Henderson ‘66, ‘67, ‘68 James Henderson ‘44 George Henning ‘76, ‘77 Vic Henning ‘99, 2000, ‘01 Clifford Henry ‘20, ‘21 Jeff Hensley ‘85 David Herber ‘72, ‘73 Jason Hernandez ‘99, 2000, ‘01 Jack Hessey ‘40, ‘42 Charlie Hester ‘46, ‘47, ‘48, ‘49 J.K. Hester ‘94, ‘95 Bob Hewkeo ‘74, ‘75 Fred Heyser ‘14 Jeremy Hibbler 2004, ‘05 Walter Hibbler ‘71, ‘72, ‘73 Hicks ‘14 Jerry Hicks 2002, ‘03 Joe Hicks ‘79, ‘80 LeAndrew Hicks 2007, ‘08 Douglas Higgins ‘53, ‘54, ‘55, ‘56 G.T. Higgins ‘33 Tyrell Higgins ‘11 Wayne High ‘83, ‘84, ‘85, ‘86 Raymond Hightower 2006, 07 Clovis Hill ‘45 Davis Hill ‘24, ‘25 Fairy Hill ‘39, ‘41 Jerry Hill ‘59 Wayne Hill ‘46, ‘47, ‘48, ‘49 Darren Hiller ‘92, ‘93 Bubba Hillman ‘53, ‘54, ‘55, ‘56

Scott Hindman ‘72, ‘73, ‘74 Oscar Hinger ‘35, ‘36, ‘37 Omer Hinsley ‘10 Bobby Hobbs ‘72, ‘73 Rick Hobbs ‘79, ‘80, ‘83 Maurice Hobson ‘87, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Greg Hodges ‘88, ‘89 Keith Hodges ‘58, ‘59 Virgil Hodson ‘20 Darin Hofferichter ‘92, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95 Damon Hogan ‘86, ‘87 Jim Hohman ‘86, ‘87 Buddy Holcomb ‘51 Ray Holder ‘26 D.H. Holley ‘28 Les Holland ‘86, ‘87 Walter Holley ‘53, ‘54 Marcus Holmes ‘97, ‘98 Caleb Holt ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 John Holt ‘77, ‘78, ‘79, ‘80 M. Holt ‘11 Ed Holwig ‘70, ‘71 Lawrence Hood 2009, ‘10 Don Hooks 2005, ‘06 Bill Bale Hopkins ‘44 Bob Horlander ‘30 Charles Horton ‘69, ‘70 Monroe Horton ‘36, ‘37, ‘38 Rick Hoskins ‘75 Jimmie Hoston ‘33, ‘34 Greg Houlette ‘78 W.J. House ‘40 Gabe Houston 2004 Lawrence Houston ‘54 Ralph Houston, ‘71, ‘72 Horace Howard ‘14 Mike Hrncir ‘69, ‘70, ‘71 Ed Hubbard ‘52, ‘53 Bill Huckaby ‘27, ‘28 Robert Hudson ‘89 Roger Huffaker ‘58, ‘59, ‘60 Brian Humphrey ‘97, ‘98 Tracey Hunt 2000 E. Hunter ‘45 Greg Hunter ‘85 Jason Hunter ‘95, ‘96 Brian Hurley ‘92, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95 George Hutcherson ‘93 Emil Hutto ‘34

I George Ingham ‘17 Doyle Ingram ‘51 Luke Inman ‘98, ‘99, 2000 Jon Ioane, 2008, ‘09 Talalelei Ioapo 2001 Sam Ireifej 2004, ‘05 Clifton Irvin ‘83 Clyde Ivey ‘47, ‘48

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Baron Jackson ‘83, ‘84, ‘85 Canelius Jackson 2003 Chris Jackson ‘86 Henry Jackson ‘17 Lee Jackson ‘34, ‘35, ‘36 Jace Jackson 2011 Johnny Jackson ‘72 Marshall Jackson ‘94, ‘95 Robert Jackson ‘69, ‘70 Rosevelt Jackson ‘71 Steven Jackson 2005 John Jacobi ‘73, ‘74, ‘75 Joe James ‘51 Robin James ‘94, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97 Jay ‘15 Jim Jeffers ‘72, ‘73, ‘74 Brandon Jefferson 2007 Curtis Jefferson 2008, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11 Ira Jenkins ‘20, ‘21, ‘23 Wayne Jenkins ‘53 Herschel Jennings ‘24, ‘25, ‘26 Jack Jennings ‘35 Robert Jenson ‘71, ‘72 Amir Jessie 2004 Tommy Jinks ‘50 Barry Johncour ‘65 Bob Johnson ‘74, ‘75 Brian Johnson 2009, ‘10 Burton Johnson ‘18,’21,’22,’23 Carl Johnson 2007, ‘08 Wayne Johnson 2000 Carl Johnson ‘59 Curtis Johnson ‘86 Cort Johnson 2006, 07, ‘08 Darnell Johnson 2005, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08 David Johnson ‘75, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 Detrick Johnson ‘99 DeVron Johnson 2001 Dewey Johnson ‘38, ‘39, ‘40 Doyle Johnson ‘35 Eddy Johnson ‘82, ‘83 Jacoby Johnson 2002 Johnny Johnson ‘83 Justin Johnson ‘95, ‘96, ‘97 Lloyd Johnson ‘45, ‘46, ‘47, ‘48 Michael Johnson ‘92, ‘93, ‘94 Melvin Johnson 2006, 07 Raymond Johnson 2008 Robert Johnson ‘87, ‘88 Stewart Johnson ‘60, ‘61, ‘62 Vernon Johnson ‘34, ‘36 Wally Johnson ‘63, ‘64, ‘65 Wayne Johnson ‘30 Tommy Johnstone 2006 Ned Jolly ‘59, ‘60 Jones ‘15 Andrew Jones 2011 Bryan Jones ‘67, ‘68 Cecil Jones ‘44 Cleveland Jones ‘27, ‘28, ‘29 Davis Jones ‘71 Drew Jones 2010 Floyd Jones ‘74, ‘75 Jason Jones 2003, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 Jimmy Jones ‘56, ‘57, ‘58 Joseph Jones 2009 Kenneth Jones ‘19, ‘22, ‘23, ‘24 Kory Jones ‘97 Mitch Jones ‘22, ‘23 Roy Jones ‘39, ‘40 Steve Jones ‘70 Chuck Jordan ‘93, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 Darrell Jordan ‘85, ‘86 Barry Josserand ‘83, ‘84 John Josserand ‘82, ‘83 Duane Joubert ‘92, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95

K Stanley Kafor 2003, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 Kolo Kapanui 2006, 07 Robert Karr ‘54 David Kasbarian 2004 Ray Kauffman ‘58, ‘60, ‘61 James Kauffman ‘55, ‘57 C.H. Keeton ‘49, ‘50, ‘51 Clifford Keith ‘25, ‘26, ‘27, ‘28 Elvin Keller ‘78, ‘79, ‘80, ‘81 Glen Keller ‘76, ‘78, ‘79 Curtis Kelley ‘42, ‘44 Glenn Kelley ‘71 Mark Kelley ‘89 Marquex Kelley 2004 Bob Kelley ‘50, ‘51 Virgil Kelley ‘41, ‘42

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Ernest Kelly ‘38, ‘39, ‘40 Michael Kelson ‘74, ‘75 Tyler Kemp ‘88, ‘90 Donald Kendrick ‘32 Ernest Kendrick ‘47,’48 John Kendrick ‘87, ‘88 Kenneth Kendrick ‘32 Alvin Kennedy ‘36 Chad Kennedy 2002, ‘03, ‘04 Max Kennedy ‘53 Joe Kerbel Jr. ‘67, ‘68, ‘69 Reese Kerr ‘92, ‘93 Robert Kerr ‘54 Devin Kerstetter ‘86, ‘87 Doyle Keter ‘54 Alton Key ‘25, ‘26 Archie Key ‘12 Everett Key ‘19, ‘21 Leslie Key ‘22 Lance Kidwell ‘40 Don Kight ‘53 Chris Kilburn ‘87, ‘88 Keon Kiles 2007, ‘08 Merle Kilpatrick ‘71, ‘72, ‘73 Bruce Kimery ‘62, ‘63, ‘64 Wes Kimble 2002 Dean King ‘53, ‘54, ‘55, ‘56 Felton King ‘33 Jerry King ‘62, ‘63, ‘64 Mario King ‘99, ‘00 Raymond King ‘78 Ron King ‘67, ‘68 Kelly Kiniski ‘78, ‘79 Kurt Kinsinger ‘72 Clinton Kirkpatrick 2004 Duncan Kirkpatrick ‘39 Erik Kirkpatrick ‘92, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95 Charles Kitchen ‘46, ‘47, ‘48, ‘49 Kolt Kittley 2007 Jamaal Kizziee ‘97 Mike Klein ‘82 Josh Knight 2001, ‘02 Brian Knocke ‘03 Sedrick Knowlton 2006, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09 Vernon Kosub ‘65 Steve Kragthorpe ‘86, ‘87 James Kraham 2002 Tom Krempasky ‘64, ‘65, ‘66 Doug Kriewald ‘64, ‘65, ‘66 Cletus Kuehler ‘40, ‘41 Simi Kuli 2010, ‘11

L Stance Labaj ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Aubrey Lacy 2002, ‘03, ‘04 Chris Lacy ‘94, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97 Brian Lady ‘88 Metz LaFollette ‘44, ‘46 Harold Lamb ‘54, ‘55, ‘56, ‘57 Joe J. Lancaster ‘20, ‘21, ‘22 Jim Landrum ‘58, ‘59 Bobby Lane ‘51 Ronnie Lang ‘85 Wade Langley 2008 Charlie Langston 2001, ‘02 Joe Langston ‘82, ‘83 Billy Lantow ‘67, ‘68, ‘69 Kareem Larrimore ‘98, ‘99 Tom Lasater ‘77, ‘78 Tony Lawson ‘99, 2000 Jeffrey Laye ‘97, ‘98 Cyril Layne ‘30, ‘31 Phil Don Leach ‘44, ‘45, ‘46 Rick Leach ‘99, 2000, ‘01, ‘02 Ron Leach ‘71, ‘72 Bret Leathers ‘95, ‘96, ‘97, ‘98 Randy Leavitt ‘86 L. Ledbetter ‘11 John Lee ‘34, ‘35 John Paul Lee ‘73, ‘74, ‘75 Tarin Lee 2010 Howard Lemon ‘21 Randall Lemon ‘54 Server Leon ‘15 Keith Leonard ‘95, ‘96 Sidney Levy ‘45, ‘46 Darrell Lewis 2002, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Isaiah Lewis 2009, ‘10 Kelly Lewis ‘84 Don Light ‘51 Pat Lindsey 2002, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Jimmy Lisle ‘72, ‘73, ‘74 Dawson Little ‘46 Todd Littlejohn ‘85, ‘86 Michael Littlefield 2000 Tony Livingston 2006, 07


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M Cleve Maartman ‘86, ‘87 Rebert Mack ‘95, ‘96, ‘97 Aden Magee ‘18 Douglas Mahan ‘50, ‘51 Jeff Mailliard ‘69 Steve Main ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Bill Malone ‘89, ‘90 Otto Mangold ‘39, ‘40 Ronnie Mankin ‘64, ‘65, ‘66 Dexter Manley II, 2008 Mark Manley ‘79, ‘81, ‘82 Matt Manley 2005, ‘06, 07, ‘08 Leon Manley ‘57, ‘58, ‘59 Scott Manley ‘81, ‘82, ‘83 Wilton Manley ‘62, ‘63, ‘64 LeCharelton Mann 2002 George Manning ‘30, ‘31, ‘32, ‘33 Ricky Mantooth ‘57, ‘58 Arnold Marcha ‘92,’93,’94,’95 Si Marchbanks ‘57, ‘58 Jason Markham ‘92 Adrian Marsh ‘77, ‘78 Tanner Marsh 2009, ‘10. ‘11 Broderick Marshall 2008, ‘09 Shane Marsicano ‘95 Charly Martin 2004, ‘06, 07, ‘08 DeWayne Martin ‘54 Josephius Martin 2009 Larry Martin ‘79, ‘80, ‘81 Tonae Martin 2004, ‘05 Mike Martinez ‘94,’95,’96,’97 Jon Mason ‘93, ‘94, ‘95 Demetrius Mass ‘92 Bruce Mathes ‘13 Dewayne Mathis ‘97 Carl Matney ‘37, ‘38 John Matthews ‘14 Larry Matthews ‘69, ‘70, ‘71 Mickey Matthews ‘72, ‘73, ‘74, ‘75 Derek Maupin 2002, ‘03, ‘04 Anthony May 2001, ‘02, ‘03 Robert Mayberry ‘75, ‘76, ‘78 Thompson Mayberry ‘79, ‘80, ‘81 Bill Mayfield ‘59, ‘60 Gene Mayfield ‘45, 48, ‘49, ‘50 Jack Mayfield ‘60, ‘61, ‘62, ‘63 Tod Mayfield ‘84, ‘85, ‘86 Tracy Mayfield ‘86, ‘87 Rich Maynard ‘93, ‘94 Sam Mayo ‘54 Jarvis Mays 2005 Scott Mays ‘88 Fremont Mead ‘13 Joe Means ‘50, ‘51 Shane Mecaskey ‘86, ‘87, ‘89 Clinton Meek ‘34, ‘35 J.P. Meek ‘38, ‘40 Terrence Meeks ‘99, ‘00 Art Membrilla 2005 Freeman Melton ‘46, ‘47, ‘48, ‘49 Ed Metcalf ‘83, ‘84 Eddie Meyer ‘57, ‘58, ‘59 Casey Miesen 2003, ‘04 DeWayne Miles ‘97, ‘98, ‘99, 2000 Kelvin Miles ‘86, ‘87 Anthony Miller ‘84, ‘85, ‘86

Bill Miller ‘18, ‘19 Ian Miller 2001 Jerry Miller 2009 Keith Miller ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Sam Miller ‘19 Sloan Miller ‘29 Spencer Miller ‘19 W.A. “Gus” Miller ‘19 Ronald Mills ‘54, ‘55, ‘56, ‘57 Tommy Mills ‘75, ‘76 Don Mitchell ‘54 Odus Mitchell ‘21, ‘22, ‘23, ‘24 Roger Mitchell ‘82, ‘83 Tevin Mitchell 2009, ‘10 Charles Moline ‘88 Jud Moller ‘98 Doug Monroe ‘92 Jeff Monsevais ‘85 David Moody ‘72 Tom Moody ‘65, ‘66 Don Moon ‘69 Darren Mooneyham ‘92 Bronza Moore ‘87, ‘88, ‘89 Danny Moore ‘89, ‘90 Larry Moore ‘78, ‘79, ‘80, ‘81 Lloyd Moore ‘33 Michael Moore ‘92, ‘93 Ray Moore ‘46, ‘47, ‘48 Steve Moore ‘95, ‘96 Tony Moore ‘84 Rick Mordecai ‘73, ‘74 Moreland ‘15 Ray Moreland ‘10 Alvin Morgan ‘32, ‘33 DeShawn Morgan 2001, ‘02 Floyd Morgan ‘32 Eugene Morris ‘66, ‘67, ‘68 Alvin Morrison ‘53, ‘54, ‘55, ‘56 Dwight Morrison 2010, ‘11 Odell Morrison ‘40 Byran Morse ‘18 Timothy Morse ‘18 James Morton ‘85, ‘86, ‘87 Deangelo Moss ‘88 Ronnie Moten ‘82 Mounts ‘15 Greg Mouser ‘92, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95 Jonathan M’Pinda 2007, ‘08 Aaron Mullane 2009, ‘10, ‘11 Allen Mullins ‘72, ‘74 Russell Mundy ‘62, ‘63, ‘64 Colin Munro 2011 Alrick Munroe 2007 Fletcher Murchison ‘96 Mike Murphy ‘97, ‘98 Floyd Murray ‘35, ‘37 Gordon Murrey ‘36 Darl Myers ‘44, ‘45 Jeff Myers ‘92, ‘93

David McInturff ‘61, ‘62, ‘63 Matthew McIntyre 2007, ‘08 Bill McKinney ‘69, ‘70, ‘71 Wayne McKnight 2007, ‘08 F. McLaughlin ‘11 Lee McLaury ‘38, ‘39 T.A. McLean ‘21 J.P. McMahan ‘41, ‘42 Matt McMillon ‘88 Ed McMinn ‘33, ‘34 Steve McMurtry ‘85, ‘86 John McSheffery 2010, ‘11 Jax McSpadden ‘53, ‘54 Dock McVickers ‘25

N Don Nagness ‘51 Chester Napps ‘25 Anthony Narvaez 2008 Ivan Nash ‘80 Don Nava ‘73, ‘74 Darren Needham ‘93, ‘94, 95, ‘96 Wayne Needham ‘92, ‘93, ‘94 Mike Nelson ‘77, ‘78, ‘79, ‘80 Raymond Nelson ‘26 James Neslage 2004 B.F. Newman ‘27, ‘28, ‘29 David Newman ‘85, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88 Joe Bob Newman ‘50 Wes Newman ‘95 Jordan Nichols 2011 T.J. Nickelberry 2006, ‘08 Milton Nielson ‘36, ‘37 Don Nilson ‘66, ‘67 Clint Nivens ‘96 Ricky Nix ‘64, ‘66 Chris Norman ‘92 Joe Norman ‘44 John Notaro ‘68, ‘69 Reese Nowlin ‘37 Keith Null 2005, ‘06, 07, ‘08 Jeff Nunn ‘74, ‘75, ‘76

O Steve Oakley ‘65, ‘66 Torian Oakley 2011 Casey O’Connor 2011 Ernest O’Donald ‘30 Michael Odiari 2011 Marcus Odums 2007 Wallace O’Keefe ‘20 Mark Okoro 2010, ‘11.

Mc Mac McAdams ‘85 Carl McAninch ‘36 Charlie McCallie 2000 Garvin McCarrell ‘74 Brad McCarty 2007, ‘08 Anglo McClain ‘75, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 Al McClellan ‘61 Bill McClendon ‘29, ‘30, ‘31, ‘32 Greg McClendon ‘89 Robert McClendon ‘51 Ino McClure ‘18 Kevin McCluskey 2008, ‘10, ‘11 Ernest McCorckle ‘20 Ray McCowan ‘58, ‘59, ‘60 Greg McCoy ‘71 Pat McCoy 2004, ‘05 Steve McCraw ‘76 Tony McCray ‘83 Taylor McCuller 2010, ‘11 Mike McCullough ‘71 Rodney McCurry ‘96 John McDaniel 2008 Bryan McDonald ‘44, ‘45 Clement McDonald ‘23 Mike McDonald ‘89 Ryane McDow ‘97 Johnny McDowell ‘72, ‘73 Reggie McElroy ‘78,’79,’80,’81 Sean McFarland ‘97 David McFather ‘92 Cotton McGeehee ‘35 Victor McGee ‘81, ‘82 Jerry McGill ‘64 Claude McGowan ‘45 Matt McGuire ‘94, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97 Frank McInnis ‘29, ‘31, ‘33

Ron Mills (1954-57)

Adrian Olivas 2004 Tyrone Oliver ‘87 Chris Olson 2010, ‘11 Lee Orr 2004, ‘05, ‘06 James Ostrander ‘62, ‘63 Matt Oursbourn ‘95 Albie Owens ‘66, ‘67, ‘68 Keith Oxley ‘74, ‘75

P Fred Palacios ‘85 Keith Pantalion ‘82, ‘83 Sidney Parker 2010, ‘11 Vernon Parker ‘44 Wayne Parker ‘58, ‘59, ‘60 Marion Parrish ‘44 Colan Partee ‘97, ‘98 Craig Paschal ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 Mike Paschal ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Nick Pasquale ‘98, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01 Beau Patterson ‘79, ‘80, ‘81 Don Patterson ‘49, ‘50 Larry Patterson ‘62, ‘63, ‘64 Matt Patterson ‘79, ‘80, ‘81 Virgil Patterson ‘50 Votie Patterson ‘85, ‘86 Wayne Patterson ‘88 Ross Patton ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 Jake Paylor 2011 Anthony Payne 2001 Phil Payne ‘50 Todd Pearson ‘83, ‘84, ‘85 Pete Pedro ‘61, ‘62, ‘63 Carlos Pena ‘92 Brandon Pendergrass 2002 James Pendergraft ‘50, ‘51 L.B. Penick ‘29, ‘30 Derrick Peoples 2007 ,‘08, ‘10, ‘11 Scott Peoples ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 Richard Perez ‘74, ‘75, ‘76 Clint Perkins ‘90 Ramon Perry 2005, ‘06 Bob Petrich ‘61, ‘62 Joseph Peterson 2007, ‘08, ‘09 Bill Pevenhouse ‘49, ‘50 Ronnie Phenix 2002 Chris Phillips ‘99 Gary Phillips ‘81 Lloyd Phillips ‘17

Norman Phillips ‘50 Ted Phillips ‘32 Todd Phillips 2010 Matt Picha ‘90 Jack Pierce ‘53, ‘54 Tish Pierce ‘97 Howard Pilcher ‘50 Clint Plant ‘76, ‘78, ‘79 Lyle Plummer ‘84 Dave Plunkett ‘87, ‘88 Mike Podzemny ‘73, ‘74, ‘75 John Poindexter ‘50, ‘51 Mike Pointer ‘89 John Pool ‘33 Glenn Pope ‘99, 2000 Glenn Potter ‘83, ‘84 Jesse Powell ‘66, ‘67, ‘68 Raymond Powell ‘59, ‘60 Kevin Powers ‘87, ‘88 John Preddy ‘11 Rasheed Prescott ‘05 Barrett Price ‘28 Borden Price ‘38, ‘39, ‘40 Robert Price ‘54 Henry Prichard ‘11 Newton Prichard ‘11 Billy Pritchett ‘71, ‘72, ‘73 Burl Profit ‘81 George Profit ‘81 Mitch Pruitt ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 Delos Pugh ‘45 Vincent Puiana 2003, ‘04 Clark Pylant ‘83, ‘84, ‘85

Q Tracy Qualls ‘75, ‘77 Derek Quarles 2000, ‘01, ‘02 Beall Queen ‘19 Sandy Quinn 2005

R O.C. Rampley ‘41, ‘42 Lester Ramsey ‘54, ‘55, ‘56 Keith Randall ‘76, ‘77 Bradley Randle 2002 Caleb Randolph 2008, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11 John Rankin ‘33, ‘34, ‘35 John Rapp ‘56, ‘58, ‘59 Bob Ratliff ‘56, ‘57, ‘58 Lance Ratliff 2010, ‘11 Garland Rattan ‘51, ‘53 Justin Ray 2001 Sam Rayburn ‘49, ‘50 Delma Rayzor ‘22 Charlie Reade ‘69, ‘70 Billy Reader ‘95 David Reagan ‘89 Hooy Reagan ‘14 Billy Record ‘82, ‘83 Clarence Redic ‘68, ‘69 Cedrick Redwine ‘95 Dan Reed ‘79, ‘80 Olin Reed ‘40 Roy Reed ‘22 Ray Reese 2003 LeRoy Reeves ‘42, ‘46 Roland Reichardt ‘68, ‘69 Sid Reid ‘11 Mark Reiland ‘89, ‘90 W.N. Reimers ‘46 Richard Reneau ‘65 John Renfro ‘14 Loyd Reynolds ‘53, ‘54, ‘56 Steve Rhodes ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 R.L. Rhoten ‘53, ‘54, ‘56 Lonnie Rice ‘50, ‘51 Ricky Rice ‘74 Eddie Richardson ‘74, ‘75, ‘76 Jerry Richardson ‘60, ‘61, ‘62, ‘63 Shawn Rickel ‘86 Kent Riker 2001, ‘02 Elwin Rickett ‘39, ‘40 Harold Rickett ‘39 Corey Rider ‘97, ‘98 Kenneth Ringo ‘51 Aracdio Rivera ‘72, ‘73, ‘74 Eric Roanhaus ‘69 John Roanhaus ‘96 Charlie Robbins ‘17, ‘18, ‘19 Darold Roberson ‘48, ‘49, ‘50, ‘51 Marlin Roberson ‘94 Mike Roberts ‘75, ‘76 Jonathan Roberts 2006, ‘07 Robbie Roberts ‘84 Cornelius Robertson 2008

L S C C h a m p i o n s 1 9 8 6 , 2 0 0 5 , 2 0 0 6 , 2 0 0 7 • N C AA P l a y o f f A p p e a r a n c e s 2 0 0 5 , 2 0 0 6 , 2 0 0 7 , 2 0 0 8 , 2 0 1 0

Dishon Robertson 2010, ‘11 Edison Robertson 2007 Charlie Robins ‘26 Bo Robinson ‘75, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 Cleveland Robinson ‘80, ‘81, ‘82 E. Robinson 2006 Keith’n Robinson 2007, ‘10 Khiry Robinson ‘11 Nathan Robinson ‘92 Owen Robinson ‘53, ‘54 Tramel Robinson ‘98 Rany Robson ‘68, ‘69 Hector Rodriguez 2007,‘08, ‘10, ‘11 Miguel Rodriguez 90 Hap Rogers ‘45 Steve Rogers ‘72, ‘73, ‘74 Tibby Rogers ‘74, ‘75 James Roof ‘90 Eric Rosette ‘97, ‘98 D.J. Ross 2011 Ollie Ross ‘61, ‘62, ‘63 Ray Ross 2000 Bob Rowan ‘10 Monroe Rowden ‘46 Marcus Rowe 2008, ‘09 Richard Rowe ‘97 Doc Rowell ‘62, ‘63, ‘64 Terry Roy 2002, ‘03, ‘04 Clare Rudolph ‘11 A.J. Ruffins ‘07, ‘08 Miguel Ruiz ‘08 Travis Runnells ‘02 Charles Russell ‘17 Luke Russell 2011 Gary Ruston ‘69, ‘70 Mitchell Ryan ‘07 Mike Rychik ‘75, ‘76, ‘77

Buffalo Football

Jeff Lloyd ‘73, ‘74, ‘75 Jon Lockett 2004, ‘05 Warren Lockhart ‘39, ‘40 Pete Loera ‘93, ‘94, ‘95 Rex Loftis ‘57, ‘58, ‘59 Curtis Lofton ‘75, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 Jerry Logan ‘60, ‘61, ‘62 Weldon Logan ‘27, ‘28, ‘29, ‘30 Frank Lohn ‘15, ‘19 Graden Long 2007, ‘08 Robert Long ‘77 Zach Lopez 2009 Bill Lorance ‘60, ‘61, ‘63 James Love ‘41, ‘42 Steve Love ‘85, ‘86, ‘88 Gene Lovelace ‘32, ‘33 Laurel Lovett ‘53 Ronnie Lovett 2005 Dick Lowery ‘62 Mike Lozano ‘73, ‘74, ‘75 Mike Lusane ‘74, ‘75, ‘76, ‘77 Michael Lusby 2001 Earl Lust ‘13 Blake Lyde ‘37, ‘38 J.D. Lynch ‘45 Alvin Lynn ‘57, ‘58, ‘59 Elvin Lyon ‘44, ‘45, ‘46

s John Saluni 2003, ‘04 Nate Sanchez ‘95, ‘96 Charles Sanders ‘55, ‘56, ‘57 Dan Sanders ‘19, ‘20, ‘21, ‘22 Larry Sanders ‘39, ‘40, ‘41 Milton Sanders ‘26, ‘27, ‘28, ‘29 Rashad Sanders 2008, ‘09, ‘10, ‘11 Virgil Santy ‘22, ‘23, ‘24, ‘25 Matt Sardello ‘97, ‘98, ‘99, 2000 Dennis Sarine 2001, ‘02, ‘03 Tommy Sauceda ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Arlanders Savage ‘87, ‘88, ‘89 Anthony Scearce 2005, ‘06 Justin Schantz ‘98, ‘99 Bill Schiffman ‘79, ‘80 Rick Schleider ‘72, ‘73 Larry Schmoker ‘86, ‘87, ‘88, ‘89 Mike Schmucker ‘95, ‘96 Dennis Schneider ‘82, ‘83, ‘84, ‘85 Clarence Schultz ‘42 Roy Schultz ‘42 Pat Schwenke 2005, ‘06, 07 Anthony Scott 2007, ‘08, ‘09, ‘11 Blan Scott 2007 Carl Scott ‘21,’24 Codie Scott ‘90 Deyon Scott 2003, ‘04 Earl Scott ‘13 John Scott ‘85 Shaun Scott-Jones 2003, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 Stephen Scott ‘85 Kyle Seals ‘07, ‘08 Carl Seath ‘21 E.C. Seifert ‘49, ‘50 Kenneth Seillaes ‘72 Mark Semkew ‘71 Lou Serrano ‘85, ‘86 Tramale Session ‘97 Gordon Sewell ‘12 Orion Sewell ‘95, ‘96 Dewayne Sexton ‘71, ‘72, ‘73 Arseel Shakoor 2007, ‘08 DeJuan Shamburger ‘99, 2000 A.D. Shaver ‘44, ‘45, ‘46 Adam Shaw 2001, ‘02, ‘03, 04 John Shear 2003, ‘04, ‘06 Sid Sheffey ‘15, ‘17 Sheiegan ‘15 Dave Shellabarger ‘64, ‘65 Gary Shelton ‘77 Tommy Sherrill ‘51 Daniel Sherwood 2007, ‘08, ‘10 Joe Shields ‘18

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Patt Shipp ‘51 Winston Short ‘74, ‘75, ‘76 Elmer Shortwell ‘13, ‘14 Showalter ‘15, ‘16 Waren Sidwel ‘85 Mark Simmons ‘96, ‘97, ‘98, ‘99 Gary Simms ‘18, ‘20 Roman Simpson ‘90 Venson Simpson ‘85 Rounell Simon ‘76, ‘77 David Sims ‘63, ‘64 Eugene Sims 2008, ‘09 Travis Sims ‘93 Travis Sims ‘96 Adam Sipes 2004 Hubert Sires ‘18 Dejuan Skinner 2005 Larry Skinner ‘88 Tom Slack ‘36, ‘37 Curtis Slater 2009, ‘10, ‘11 Nathan Slaughter 2010, ‘11 Royce Slechta ‘90 Casey Smith ‘86 Cheyenne Smith 2003, ‘04, ‘06 Chris Smith 2005 Daryl Smith ‘89, ‘90 Dennis Smith ‘60, ‘61 Floyd Smith ‘79, ‘80 Harry Smith ‘49, ‘50, ‘51 James Smith 2010 Jeff Smith ‘83, ‘84 Jordan Smith 2009, ‘10. ‘11 Marvin Smith ‘50, ‘51 Mike Smith ‘82, ‘83 O. Smith ‘11 R.L. Smith ‘45 Ralph Smith ‘14 Richard Smith ‘90 Steve Smith 2007, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10 Terry Smith ‘89 Trey Smith ‘93 Chriss Snapp 2003 ‘04 Jered Snelgrooes 2005, ‘06, 07 Don Snodgrass ‘58 Merced Solis ‘72, ‘73, ‘74 Rick Solis ‘97, ‘98 Andy Somerville ‘95 Lem Sone ‘18, ‘19, ‘23 Adolfo Sonen ‘77, ‘78, ‘79 Velton Soregee ‘38 Michael Soto ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Archie Souter ‘55, ‘56 John Spann ‘49, ‘50, ‘51 Earl Sparks ‘14 T.J. Sparks 2002, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Larry Spears ‘74, ‘75, ‘76, ‘77 L.O. Speers ‘36 Jack Spence ‘31, ‘32, ‘33 Reggie Spencer ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 Louis Spinks ‘65, ‘67 Otis Splawn ‘27 Garfield Spradley ‘54 Glen Staffor ‘45

Carroll Stafford ‘57, ‘58, ‘59 Stanley Stafford ‘57, ‘58, ‘59 Earl Stagner ‘38, ‘39, ‘40 Tom Stainocker ‘10 Harry Stair ‘13 Dick Stamier ‘65 Glen Stanley 2010 Harry Star ‘13, ‘14 Adam St. Clair 2000, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03 Joe Stegall ‘18 Dennis Steinback ‘82, ‘83 Leo Steinkoenig ‘41 Doug Stephenson ‘82 Lother Stephenson ‘37, ‘38 Harold Stewart, ‘68, ‘69, ‘70 Max Steward 2005, ‘08 Mark Stewart ‘75, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 Paul Stewart ‘22 Jack Stone ‘14, ‘15 J.T. Stone 2000 Matt Stone 2003, ‘04 Cody Stovall 2000, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03 L.A. Stowe ‘31, ‘32, ‘33 Jim Strain ‘26, ‘27 Patrick Strambler ‘97, ‘98, ‘99, 2000 Lamarc Strahan 2011 Russ Street ‘95, ‘96 Russell Stroud ‘32, ‘33 Ray Struck ‘88 Harold Stuart ‘68, ‘69 Dutch Studer ‘18, ‘21 Patrick Sturdivant ‘92, ‘93 Wayne Sullivan ‘49 Brandon Swain 2007, ‘08 Brian Swanson ‘95 Bob Sweat ‘72 Steve Sydow ‘71, ‘72, ‘73 Dave Szymakowski ‘65, ‘66, ‘67

T Damon Tanck ‘92 Don Tardy ‘65, ‘66, ‘67 J.W. Tareton ‘13 Don Tate ‘68, ‘69 Shawn Tate ‘99 Thomas Tate ‘70, ‘71 Raymond Taupule ‘99, 2000 Billy Taylor ‘71, ‘72 Doak Taylor ‘86, ‘87, ‘88 George Taylor ‘37, ‘38 Jack Taylor 2008 Prentice Taylor ‘97 Trey Taylor ‘90 C.M. Teague ‘32, ‘33, ‘34 Erik Tellef ‘95, ‘96 Jimmy Terrell ‘45 Bob Terry ‘45, ‘45 Foye Terry ‘20 Press Theriot ‘79 Cashmin Thomas 2007, ‘08 Duane Thomas ‘67, ‘68, ‘69 F.A. Thomas ‘36, ‘37, ‘38

Gary Thomas ‘97, ‘98 Johnny Thomas ‘40, ‘41, ‘42 Kyle Thomas 2008, ‘10 Phillip Thomas ‘93, ‘95 Phoebe Thomas ‘38 William Thomas ‘95, ‘96 Bill Thompson ‘44 Brian Thompson ‘96, ‘97, ‘98, ‘99 Chaun Thompson ‘98, ‘99, 2001, ‘02 Clifford Thompson ‘94 Dendrick Thompson ‘96 Gordon Thompson ‘29 Jacob Thompson ‘96 Jimmy Thompson ‘98 Kelvin Thompson 2007, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10 Larry Thompson ‘78, ‘79 Olan Thompson ‘68, ‘69, ‘70 R.M. Thompson ‘33, ‘34 Ralph Thompson ‘69, ‘70 Weldon Thompson ‘22, ‘23, ‘24 Neil Thomsen ‘69 Drew Thorn ‘97, ‘98, ‘99 William Thornton 2010 Kevin Thrash ‘76, ‘77 Frank Thrasher ‘60, ‘61 Jackie Tidmore ‘45 Mark Tidwell ‘78, ‘79, ‘80, ‘81 Jay Tillman 2008, ‘10 Kyle Tollefson ‘90 Pat Tombs ‘40, ‘41 Trevey ‘15 Weldon Trice ‘46, ‘48, ‘49 Bill Trisciani ‘71, ‘72 Kevin Troutman ‘77, ‘78, ‘79 Floyd Trowbridge ‘20 Clayton Truebenbach 2005, 07 Chink Tucker ‘20 Don Tucker ‘47, ‘48, ‘49, ‘50 Marion Tucker ‘70, ‘71, ‘72 Delmer Tuggle ‘54, ‘55 Shalom Tui 2004 U. Tumer ‘11 Tumey ‘15 Corey Turner ‘88 Derek Turner 2000, ‘01 Johnny Turner ‘88, ‘89 Otis Turner ‘10 Demond Tyson 2002

U Duane Uhatafe 2005 David Uiagalelei 2001 Terry Upton ‘69 Gerry Uretsky ‘79, ‘80, 81 Bill Uzzolino ‘64, ‘65

V Jimmy Valenciano 2009 Frank Van Hoy ‘34, ‘35 Chip Van Pelt ‘74, ‘75, ‘76 Jackie Vantrease ‘53, ‘54, ‘55, ‘56 Kevin VanVoris 2010, ‘11 Johnny Varnell ‘60, ‘61, ‘62, ‘63 Dustin Vaughan 2010, ‘11 Bryon Vaughn ‘23, ‘24, ‘25, ‘26 Finis Vaughn ‘23, ‘24, ‘25, ‘26 Ray Vaughn ‘10, ‘11 Gilbert Veasey ‘77 Atilla Vegh ‘72 Vicic ‘15 Charles Vick ‘42 B.J. Vickers 2007 Luis Villagomez 2006 Bobby Vorphal ‘89 Kyle Voss 2009, ‘10

W Todd Wade ‘86 Toby Waggoner ‘35, ‘36 Joe Walden ‘53, ‘54, ‘55 David Walker ‘74 Dee Walker 2007 Doyle Walker ‘57 John Walker ‘32, ‘33, ‘34 Jonathan Walker 2004, ‘05 Kuwese Walker 2001 Leon Walker 2004 Montray Walker ‘97 Undrea Walker ‘76 Willie Walker ‘69, ‘70, ‘71 Hunter Wall 2005 Brad Wallace ‘88 Jeff Wallace ‘10 T. Wallace ‘11

Waldemar Wallace ‘17, ‘20 Marc Walller 2010, ‘11 Craig Wallis ‘35, ‘37 Butch Walterscheid ‘63, ‘64, ‘65, ‘66 Aaron Wampler 2009, ‘10, ‘11 Elvis Ward ‘26, ‘27, ‘28 Gary Ward ‘58, ‘59, ‘60 Kraig Ward ‘96 Walter Ward ‘42 Mike Ware 2005 Aubrey Warren ‘70, ‘71 Cameron Warren 2011 Jeff Warren 2003 Terry Warren 2000 Mike Wartes ‘72, ‘73, ‘74 Marvin Wash 2007, ‘08 Chris Washington ‘97 Clemmy Washington ‘90 Hank Washington ‘65, ‘66 Max Washington ‘57, ‘58, ‘59 Michael Washington ‘87, ‘88 Odell Washington ‘36, ‘37, ‘38 Tony Waters ‘63, ‘64 Anthony Watkins ‘86 Foster Watkins ‘36, ‘37, ‘38 Watson ‘27 Watson ‘12 Brad Watson ‘85 Brett Watson 2006, 07, ‘08 Jeremy Watson 2009, ‘11 Jimmy Watson ‘87, ‘88, ‘89 Curley Watters ‘66, ‘67, ‘68 Albert Watts ‘97, ‘98 Craigs Watts 2010, ‘11 Gary Weaver ‘72, ‘73 Waldamar Weaver ‘15 Dustin Webb ‘00, ‘01, ‘02 E.J. Webb ‘53, ‘54 J’Marcus Webb 2008, ‘09 Brandon Weber ‘97, ‘98 Chad Webster 2003, ‘04, ‘05 Jon Webster ‘82 Bruce Wegman ‘67 John Weitz ‘92, ‘93, ‘95 Jerald Welch ‘85, ‘86 Eugene Weldon ‘82 Wallace Wellington 2002, ‘03 Bryan Welps ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 Shaun Wesley 2009, ‘10 Marquette Wesson ‘96, ‘97 Earl West ‘62, ‘63, ‘64 Herman West ‘87, ‘88 Jesse West ‘18 Jim Whaley ‘92, ‘93 Todd Whatley ‘98 Bill Wheeler ‘42 Carl Wheeler ‘94 Jim Wheeler ‘68 Ted Wheeler ‘64, ‘65, ‘66 R.D. Wheelock ‘34, ‘35 Robert Whelchel ‘51, ‘53, ‘57 Greg Whetstone ‘74, ‘77 Spencer Whippo ‘15, ‘19 Bruce Whisenhunt ‘70 Clyde White ‘90 Don White ‘72 Ed White ‘52 Jackie White ‘73, ‘74, ‘75 John White ‘42, ‘45 Maurice White 2005, ‘06 Norman White ‘93,’94,’95,’96 Clyde Whiteacre ‘22 R. Whitfield 2006 Freddie Whitley ‘77, ‘79, ‘80 Dave Whitmire ‘66, ‘67 Clarence Whittenberg ‘54, ‘55 Dick Wiegan ‘60, ‘61 Larry Wiens ‘71, ‘72, ‘73 Austin Wiggins ‘38, ‘39, ‘40 Duane Wilburn ‘92 Ben Wiley ‘51 Dale Wiley ‘53, ‘54, ‘55 Derick Wiley 2003, ‘04 Lance Wiley ‘84 Scott Wiley ‘75, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 Boyd Williams ‘46, ‘47, ‘48 Calvin Williams ‘81, ‘82 Charlie Williams ‘60, ‘61 Devron Williams ‘95, ‘96 Edwin Williams ‘37 Howard Williams ‘30, ‘31, ‘32, ‘33 Iris Williams 2006 Jeff Williams ‘90 Jerry Williams ‘59 Justin Williams 2006, 07 Kito Williams 2005, ‘06 Leon Williams ‘37, ‘38, ‘39

Marvin Williams ‘83 Maurice Williams ‘89, ‘90 Mike Williams ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 Mike Williams ‘74, ‘75, ‘77 Robert Williams ‘86 Robert Williams ‘94 Steve Williams ‘97 Tyson Williams 2008, ‘09, ‘10 Walter Williams ‘97 Winfred Williams ‘69, ‘70, ‘71 Ron Willingham ‘69, ‘70, ‘71 David Willis ‘74, ‘75, ‘76, ‘77 Joe Willoughby ‘46 Clyde Wilson ‘90 Earl Wilson ‘79, ‘80, ‘81, ‘82 Jack Wilson ‘68 Jim Wilson ‘12 Jim Wilson ‘86, ‘87 Larry Wilson 2003, ‘04 Ray Wilson ‘83, ‘84 Raymond Wilson ‘26, ‘27, ‘28 Mack Winter ‘42, ‘46 Roy Winters ‘66, ‘67, ‘68 Frank Wise ‘47, ‘48, ‘49, ‘50 Bruce Womack ‘47, ‘48, ‘49, ‘50 Burl Wood ‘65, ‘66 David Wood ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 David Wood ‘84, ‘85, ‘86 Don Wood ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 Earl Wood ‘65, ‘66 Jim Wood ‘59 Wes Wood ‘89 Brad Woodard 2003 Pete Woods ‘37 R.V. Woods ‘38, ‘40 Tanner Woods 2007 R.G. Woolever ‘31 Claude Wooley ‘81, ‘82 Andy Workman ‘94, ‘96 Marcus Wortham ‘93 Charles Wright ‘47, ‘48, ‘49, ‘50 Cuery Wright ‘59 Dean Wright ‘47, ‘48, ‘49, ‘50 Michael Wright ‘94, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97 Phillip Wright ‘53, ‘54, ‘55 Rick Wright ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 Dayrl Wynn ‘69, ‘70, ‘71 Bruce Wyre ‘73, ‘74, ‘75

Y Joe Yankovich ‘84, ‘85, ‘86 Jack York ‘54, ‘55, ‘57 Jim Young ‘66, ‘67 Tramicah Young 2008, ‘09 Josh Young 2006, 07 Bill Younger ‘14 Duke Younger ‘18

Z Michael Zoch 2008, ‘09, ‘10 Mike Zoffuto ‘66, ‘67

2012 West Texas A&M Buf falo Football Record Book


football records Offense Rushing attempts - 697, 1977 Net yards rushing - 3,503, 1977 Rushing yards per game - 322.9, 1950 Passes attempted - 670, 2007 Passes completed - 446, 2007 Completions per game - 34.3, 2007 Most Passes had intercepted - 28, 1983 Pass-completion percentage - .675, 2008 Net yards passing - 5,565, 2008 Touchdown passes - 52, 2008 Total offensive plays - 1,024, 2007 Total offensive yards - 7,079, 2008 Total offensive yards per play - 7.1, 2008 Total offensive yards per game - 544.5, 2008 Punts - 92, 1946 Punting yards - 3,166, 1990 Punting average - 43.90, 1995 Punts had blocked - 4, 1946 and 2009 Punt returns - 39, 1947 Punt-return yardage - 508, 1947 Punt-return average - 18.4, 1962 Kickoff returns - 69, 1988 Kickoff-return yardage - 1,308, 1992 Kickoff-return average - 27.9, 1947 First downs rushing - 167, 1977 First downs passing - 263, 1986 Most Fumbles - 53, 1975 Most Fumbles lost - 28, 1975 Points - 626, 2008 Points per game - 48.1, 2008 Most 50 point games, season - 6, 2008 Most 35 point games, season - 11, 2008

Defense Fewest Rushing attempts - 375, 1955 Fewest Net yards rushing - 1,189, 1965 Lowest Rushing average - 2.7, 1972 Fewest Rushing yards per game - 114.4, 2011 Fewest Passes attempted - 124, 1955 Fewest Passes completed - 49, 1955 Most Opponents’ passes intercepted - 25, 1962 Most Interception-return yards - 529, 1962 Lowest Pass completion percentage - 0.33, 1963 Fewest Net yards passing - 587, 1956 Fewest Touchdown passes - 3, 1949 Fewest Total offensive plays - 499, 1955 Fewest Total offensive yards - 2,017, 1955 Fewest Total offensive yards per play - 3.7, 1956 Fewest Total offensive yards per game - 206.6, 1948 Most opponents’ punts - 86, 1968 Lowest Punting average - 32.4, 1967 Lowest Punt-return average - 4.0, 1998 and 1975 Fewest First downs rushing - 64, 1965 Fewest First downs passing - 41, 1963 Fewest Total first downs - 134, 1963 Most Fumbles - 42, 1976 and 1979 Most Fumbles lost - 28, 1979 Fewest Points - 83, 1956 Points per game - 9.6, 1956

Miscellaneous Overall record: 468-485-22 (.480) Most wins in a season: 12, 2007 Most losses in a season: 11, 2002 Undefeated and untied regular season: Twice, 3-0 in 1918; 11-0 in 2007 Undefeated and untied complete season: One, 3-0 in 1918 Single-game attendance: 23,276 vs. ENMU (Oct. 13, 2007) set NCAA Division II home attendance record Single-game Neutral site attendance: 24,837 vs. TAMUK (Sept. 17, 2011) at LSC Football Festival (Cowboy Stadium) Most wins to start WT coaching career: 8, Don Carthel in 2005 Longest winning streak: 12, 2007. Aug. 30, 2007-Nov. 24, 2007. Most consecutive regular-season wins: 21, Oct. 28, 2006-Oct. 18, 2008 Most consecutive home wins: 12, Nov. 11, 2006-Oct. 18, 2008. Most consecutive regular-season home wins: 10, Nov. 11, 2006Oct. 18, 2008 Most consecutive regular-season road wins: 22, Oct. 23, 2004 - Present Longest winless streak: 19, Sept. 22, 2001 - Nov. 16, 2002 (0-19) Lowest scoring team: 48, 1910 (4 games), 61, 1983 (11 games)

Most points scored by opponents: 403, 1988 (40.3 avg.) and 2002 (36.6 avg.) Most ties in a season: 2, 1932, 1936 and 1976 Longest streak for scoreless opponents: 7, started in second game of 1918 season and ended in sixth game of 1919. Most points scored in a half by WTMAU: 58 vs. Azusa Pacific, Sept. 28, 2008 Most points scored in a game by WTAMU: 90, WT 90, at New Mexico Highlands 21, Aug. 25, 2005; Highest winning margin by WTAMU: 100, 1923 vs. Panhandle State High scoring game by an opponent: 99, 1917 by New Mexico Military Highest combined scoring by both teams: 161,(Abilene Christan 93, WTAMU 68, Nov. 22, 2008

Individual Records Rushing

Receiving Most passes caught game - 18, Brad Bailey vs. Panhandle State, Nov. 12, 1994 Most passes caught, season - 119, Brad Bailey, 1994 Most passes caught, career - 244, Charly Martin, 2004-08 Most TD passes caught, game - 5, Charly Martin at Abilene Christian, Nov. 22, 2008 Most TD passes caught, season - 22, Charly Martin, 2008 Most TD passes caught, career - 45, Charly Martin, 2004-08 Most yards gained, game - 323, Charly Martin at Abilene Christian, Nov. 22, 2008 Most yards gained, season - 1,867, Charly Martin, 2008 Most yards per game, season - 143.6, Charly Martin, 2008 Most yards gained, career - 4,108, Charly Martin, 2004-08

Scoring

Most yards game - 340, Eugene Morris vs. Montana State, Oct. 5, 1968 Most yards season - 1,571, Eugene Morris, 1968 Most yards freshman season - 1,198, Keithon Flemming, 2007 Most yards career - 4,359, DeWayne Miles, 1997 2000 Most attempts, game - 38, Eugene Morris vs. Western Michigan, Nov. 9, 1968 Most attempts, season - 270, DeWayne Miles, 1997-2000 Most attempts, career - 770, DeWayne Miles, 1997-2000 Best average per attempt, season - 9.21, Bill Cross, 1950 Best average per attempt, career - 7.6, Bill Cross, 1947-50 Longest run from scrimmage - 99, twice - Ralph Thompson vs. Wichita State, Sept. 26, 1970 and Keithon Flemming vs. Angelo State, Oct. 27, 2007

Most points, game - 36, Pete Pedro vs. Texas-El Paso, Sept. 30, 1961 Most points, season - 138, Charly Martin, 2008 Most points, career - 332, DeWayne Miles, 1997- 2000 Most TDs, game - 6, Pete Pedro vs. Texas-El Paso, Sept. 30, 1961 Most TDs, season - 22, Pete Pedro, 1961; Charly Martin, 2008 Most TDs, career - 55, DeWayne Miles, 1997- 2000 Most field goals, game - 4, Dennis Steinbock vs. McNeese State, Sept. 25, 1982 Most field goals, season - 14, Jon Roberts, 2007 and James Chandler 2008 Most field goals, career - 22, James Chandler, 2008-09 Longest field goal - 58 yards, Bruce Wyre vs. Louisville, Nov. 24, 1973 Most PATs, season - 77, James Chandler, 2008 Most PATs, career - 77, James Chandler, 2008-09 Most consecutive PATs, career - 49, James Chandler (2008)

Passing

Punting

Most yards, game - 595, Keith Null at Abilene Christian, Nov. 22, 2008 Most yards, season - 5,097, Keith Null, 2008 Most yards, career - 9,799, Taylor Harris, 2007-10 Most completions, game - 44, Dalton Bell vs. Angelo State, Oct. 28, 2006 Most completions, season - 386, Dalton Bell, 2006 Most completions, career - 699, Dalton Bell, 2006 Most attempts, game - 69, Grady Benton, 1994 Most attempts, season - 595, Taylor Harris, 2010 Most attempts, career - 1,301, Derek Moupin 2002-04 Best completion percentage, game - .909 (10 of 11), Jim Dawson vs. BYU, Sept. 23, 1961 Best completion percentage career - .675 (793 of 1174), Keith Null, 2005-08 Most TD passes, game - 8, Grady Benton vs. Howard Payne, Sept. 17, 1994 Most TD passes, season - 48, Keith Null, 2008 Most TD passes, career - 92, Keith Null, 2005-08 Most passes had intercepted, game - 5, Bobby Lane vs. HardinSimmons, Oct. 27, 1951; Grady Benton vs. Midwestern State, Oct. 1, 1994 Most passes had intercepted, season - 20, Tod Mayfield, 1986 Most passes had intercepted, career - 38, Tully Blanchard, 1974-76; Tod Mayfield, 1984-86 Team record for passes had intercepted in a game - 6, vs. McNeese State, Sept. 17, 1983 Longest pass play from scrimmage - 99, Taylor Harris to Stephen Burton vs. Tarleton State, Oct. 9, 2010

Most punts, game - 12, Mark Bounds vs. Texas A&M-Kingsville, Oct. 28, 1988; vs. Cal Poly SLO, Sept. 9, 1989 Most punts, season - 78, Kevin Brinkley, 1999 Most punts, career - 199, Mark Bounds, 1988-90 Best punting average, season - 46.3, Mark Bounds, 1990 (69 punts, 3,199 yards) Best punting average, career - 43.3, Jon Mason (96 punts, 4,153 yards) Longest punt - 89, Mark Bounds, vs. Central Okla., Oct. 27, 1990

Total Offense Most yards total offense, game - 582, Keith Null at Abilene Christian, Nov. 22, 2008 Most yards total offense, season - 4,976, Keith Null, 2008 Most yards total offense per game, season - 411.0, Grady Benton, 1994 Most yards total offense, career - 9,515, Taylor Harris, 2007-10 Most attempts, game - 72, Tod Mayfield vs. Indiana State, Oct. 5, 1985 Most attempts, season - 641, Dalton Bell 2006 Most attempts, career - 1,534, Taylor Harris, 2007-10

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Team Records

Punt Returns Most returns, season - 27, John Holt, 1978 Most returns, career - 66, John Holt, 1978 Most yards, season - 368, Curley Watters, 1966 Most yards, career - 743, Curley Watters, 1966-68 Longest return, game - 94 yards, Tony Waters vs. San Jose State, Oct. 31, 1964

Kickoff Returns Most returns, season - 28, Tim Anuszkiewicz, 1988 Most returns, career - 91, Duane Joubert, 1992-95 Most yards, season - 756, Duane Joubert, 1992 Most yards, career - 2,281, Duane Joubert, 1992-95 Best return average, season - 34.9 (14 returns, 489 yards), Rebert Mack, 1996 Best return average, career - 30.4 (38 returns, 913 yards), Rebert Mack, 1995-97 Most touchdowns, career - 3, Duane Joubert, 1992-95 Longest return, game - 100, Anthony Armstrong vs. ENMU, Nov. 8, 2003; Kareem Larrimore vs. Panhandle State, Aug. 29, 1998; Clifford Douglas vs. SW Oklahoma State, Sept. 21, 1996; Ned Jolly vs. Hardin-Simmons, Oct. 22, 1960

Interceptions Most interceptions, season - 11, Steve Haterius, 1967 Most interceptions by a freshman, season - 8, Chris Lacy, 1994 Most interceptions, career - 18, Steve Haterius, 1964-67 Most return yards, season - 168, Jerry Logan, 1962 Most return yards, career - 310, Raymond Brown, 1968-70 Longest return, game - 99, Jerry Logan vs. Arizona State, Oct. 13, 1962

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football recordS Top 10 Career Records Total Offense 1. Taylor Harris (Whitesboro, TX) 2. Keith Null (Lampasas, TX) 3. Derek Maupin (Canadian, TX) 4. Dalton Bell (Canyon, TX) 5. Tod Mayfield (Panhandle, TX) 6. Grady Benton (Mesa, AZ) 7. DeWayne Miles (Amherst, TX) 8. Victor McGee (Longview, TX) 9. Hank Washington (Los Angeles, CA) 10. Bo Robinson (Lamesa, TX)

Years 4 (2007-10) 4 (2005-08) 3 (2002-04) 4 (2003-06) 3 (1984-86) 2 (1994-95) 4 (1997-00) 2 (1981-82) 2 (1965-66) 4 (1975-78)

Plays 1,534 1,164 1,335 1,102 1,166 906 770 766 679 653

Rush -284 -211 436 -1 -82 213 4,359 48 45 3,542

Pass 9,799 9,385 7,930 7,841 7,424 5,618 0 4,259 3,510 0

Rushing 1. DeWayne Miles (Amherst, TX) 2. Bo Robinson (Lamesa, TX) 3. Norman White (Woodlands, TX) 4. Eugene Morris (Pittsburgh, PA) 5. Bill Cross (Canadian, TX) 6. Keithon Flemming (Mesquite, TX) 7. Duane Thomas (Dallas, TX) 8. Patrick Strambler (Odessa, TX) 9. J.R. Compton (Hale Center, TX) 10. Pete Pedro (Lynn, MA)

Years 3 (1997-00) 4 (1975-78) 4 (1993-96) 3 (1966-68) 4 (1947-50) 3 (2007-09) 3 (1967-69) 4 (1997-00) 4 (1984-87) 3 (1961-63)

Rushes 770 653 670 539 326 386 396 426 457 317

Yards 4,359 3,542 3,422 3,388 2,474 2,433 2,376 2,274 2,239 2,167

Yds/Att. 5.71 5.42 5.10 6.28 7.59 6.30 6.00 5.34 4.89 6.84

Years 4 (2007-10) 4 (2005-08) 3 (2002-04) 4 (2003-06) 3 (1984-86) 2 (1994-95) 2 (1981-82) 2 (1997-98) 2 (1965-66) 1 (2011-Present)

Comp-Att 794-1,250 751-1,106 759-1,301 699-1,044 630-1036 421-686 296-606 265-506 282-524 227-382

Int 33 29 39 27 38 22 22 26 27 6

TD 71 91 37 63 55 49 31 22 26 25

Yards 9,799 9,385 7,930 7,841 7,424 5,618 4,259 3,593 3,510 3.316

Pass Receptions 1. Charly Martin (Farmington, NM) 2. Brad Bailey (Plano, TX) 3. Duane Joubert (Beaumont, TX) 4. Stan Carraway (Paramount, CA) 5. Tyson Williams (Aldine, TX) 6. Brittan Golden (Denver City, TX) 7. Keithon Flemming (Mesquite, TX) 8. Ramon Perry (Pacoima, CA) 9. Anthony Armstrong (Carrollton, TX) 10. Keith Miller (Dallas, TX)

Years 4 (2004-08) 3 (1992-94) 4 (1992-95) 2 (1985-86) 3 (2008-10) 4 (2008-11) 3 (2007-09) 2 (2005-06) 4 (2001-04) 3 (1988-90)

Yards 4,108 2,677 1,952 2,412 2,195 2.985 1.305 1,603 1,768 2,542

Rec. 244 221 179 173 166 165 150 146 145 133

TD 44 22 14 20 13 33 10 9 9 24

Yds/Rec. 16.8 12.1 10.9 13.9 13.2 18.1 8.7 10.9 12.2 19.1

Reception Yards 1. Charly Martin (Farmington, NM) 2. Brittan Golden (Denver City, TX) 3. Brad Bailey (Plano, TX) 4. Keith Miller (Dallas, TX) 5. Stan Carraway (Paramount, CA) 6. Tyson Williams (Aldine, TX) 7. Pete Loera (Mesa, AZ, TX) 8. Duane Joubert (Beaumont, TX) 9. Stephen Burton (Lakewood, CA) 10. Anthony Armstrong (Carrollton, TX)

Years 4 (2004, 06-08) 4 (2008-11) 3 (1992-94) 3 (1988-90) 2 (1985-86) 3 (2008-10) 3 (1993-95) 4 (1992-95) 2 (2009-10) 4 (2001-04)

Yards 4,108 2.985 2,677 2,542 2,412 2,195 1,986 1,952 1,909 1,768

Rec. 244 165 221 133 173 166 127 179 132 145

TD 44 33 22 24 20 13 19 14 13 9

Avg. 16.8 18.1 12.1 19.1 13.9 13.2 15.6 10.9 41.5 12.2

Scoring 1. DeWayne Miles (Amherst, TX) 2. Keithon Flemming (Mesquite, TX) 3. Charly Martin (Farmington, NM) 4. Eugene Morris (Pittsburgh, PA) 5. Norman White (Woodlands, TX) 6. Brittan Golden (Denver City, TX) Pete Pedro (Lynn, MA) 8. Charles Wright (Canyon, TX) 9. James Chandler (London, England) 10. Keithon Flemming (Mesquite, TX)

Years 3 (1997-00) 3 (2007-09) 4 (2004, 06-08) 3 (1966-68) 4 (1993-96) 4 (2008-11) 3 (1961-63) 4 (1947-50) 2 (2008-09) 2 (2007-08)

TD 55 49 45 42 34 33 33 32 0 31

XP/FG 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 119/22 0/0

2XP 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

Total 332 294 270 252 208 198 198 192 185 150

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Passing Yards 1. Taylor Harris (Whitesboro, TX) 2. Keith Null (Lampasas, TX) 3. Derek Maupin (Canadian, TX) 4. Dalton Bell (Canyon, TX) 5. Tod Mayfield (Panhandle, TX) 6. Grady Benton (Mesa, AZ) 7. Victor McGee (Longview, TX) 8. Gary Thomas (Rancho Palos Verdes, CA) 9. Hank Washington (Los Angeles, CA) 10. Dustin Vaughan (Corpus Christi, TX)

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Total 9,515 9,174 8,366 7,840 7,342 5,831 4,359 4,307 3,555 3,542


football recordS Passing Yards 1. Keith Null (2008) 2, Taylor Harris (2010) 3. Keith Null (2007) 4. Dalton Bell (2006) 5. Dalton Bell (2005) 6. Taylor Harris (2009) 7. Tod Mayfield (1986) 8. Grady Benton (1994) 9. Derek Maupin (2004) 10. Tod Mayfield (1985) Rushing Yards 1. Eugene Morris (1968) 2. DeWayne Miles (2000) 3. Bo Robinson (1977) 4. Eugene Morris (1967) 5. Charles Wright (1950) 6. Keithon Flemming (2007) 7. Patrick Strambler (1998) 8. Billy Pritchett (1971) 9. Norman White (1994) 10. Norman White (1993)

Year-by-Year Individual Leaders - since 1955 5,097 4,806 4,134 3,998 3,799 3,738 3,664 3,541 3,461 3,432 1,571 1,524 1,399 1,274 1,203 1,198 1,153 1,128 1,122 1,109

Receiving Yards 1. Charly Martin (2008) 2. Brad Bailey (1994) 3. Tyson Williams (2010) 4. Stan Carraway (1985) 5. Stan Carraway (1986) 6. Charly Martin (2006) 7. Keith Miller (1990) 8. Brittan Golden (2011) 9. Tonae Martin (2005) 10. Stephen Burton (2010)

1,867 1,552 1,321 1,237 1,175 1,169 1,130 1,076 1,055 1,021

Sacks 1. Franco Glaze (1997) 2. Brandon Swain (2007) 3. Mike Paschal (1990) 4. Franco Glaze (1998) 5. Shad Baichtal (2010) Eugene Sims (2008) Caleb Holt (1996) 8. Maurice Hobson (1980) 9. Bryan Braman (2009) 10. Eugene Sims (2009) Johnny Turner (1989) Darrell Lewis (2003)

15.5 13 11.5 11 10 10 10 8 7.5 7 7 7

Tackles 1. Joe Calhoun (1995) 2. Alondra Johnson (1987) 3. Jared Brock (2006) 4. Norman Bell (1984) 5. Adam St. Clair (2001) Adam Shaw (2003) 7. Bobby Azam (1992) 8. Norman Bell (1983) 9. Brian Christian (1994) 10. Anthony Scott (2009)

151 143 119 117 114 114 112 108 107 106

1955 Passing Yards: Bubba Hillman Rushing Yards: Joe Walden Receiving Yards: Mark Clapp Touchdowns: Joe Walden Receptions: Mark Clapp

314 569 116 11 9

1956 Passing Yards: Bubba Hillman Rushing Yards: Ron Mills Receiving Yards: Ken Ballard Touchdowns: Charles Sanders Receptions: Ken Ballard

357 569 125 12 8

1957 Passing Yards: Jack York Rushing Yards: Charlie Sanders Receiving Yards: Tommy Coffey Touchdowns: Charlie Sanders Receptions: Tommy Coffey

198 938 82 6 7

1958 Passing Yards: Mac Kehoe Rushing Yards: Bob Ratliff Receiving Yards: Tommy Coffey Touchdowns: Bob Ratliff Receptions: Tommy Coffey

370 545 431 6 22

1959 Passing Yards: Jim Dawson Rushing Yards: Rex Loftis Receiving Yards: Fred Hedgecoke

297 387 246

1960 Passing Yards: Jim Dawson Rushing Yards: Jim Densman Receiving Yards: Jerry Logan

921 307 192

1961 Passing Yards: Jim Dawson Rushing Yards: Pete Pedro Receiving Yards: Jerry Richardson

566 976 192

1962 Passing Yards: Jim Dawson Rushing Yards: Pete Pedro Receiving Yards: Jerry Richardson Touchdowns: Jerry Logan Receptions: Jerry Richardson

652 831 282 13 22

1963 Passing Yards: David Gibson Rushing Yards: Ollie Ross REceiving Yards: Jerry Richardson Touchdowns: Jerry Richardson, Ollie Ross Receptions: Jerry Richardson Interceptions: Ollie Ross

449 364 246 5 18 6

1964 Passing Yards: Bill Bundy Rushing Yards: Russell Mundy

694 495

Receiving Yards: Ted Wheeler Touchdowns: Earl West Receptions: Ted Wheeler Interceptions: Gene Browning, Tony Waters

165 5 11 2

1965 Passing yards: Hank Washington Rushing Yards: Don Dennis Receiving Yards: Roy Armentrout Touchdowns: Brian Deady Receptions: Roy Armentrout Interceptions: Rich Barrett

1403 288 541 5 34 6

1966 Passing Yards: Hank Washington Rushing Yards: Eugene Morris Receiving Yards: Dave Szymakowski

2107 543 842

1967 Passing Yards: Roy Winters Rushing Yards: Eugene Morris Receiving Yards: Dave Szymakowski Touchdowns: Eugene Morris Receptions: Dave Szymakowski Interceptions: Steve Haterius

1552 1274 479 12 32 11

1968 Passing Yards: Roy Winters Rushing Yards: Eugene Morris Receiving Yards: Dick Flynn Touchdowns: Eugene Morris Receptions: Dick Flynn Interceptions: Billy Lantow

1145 1571 319 19 23 6

1969 Passing Yards: Clarence Redic Rushing Yards: Duane Thomas Receiving Yards: Olan Thompson Passing Touchdowns: Clarence Redic Rushing Touchdowns: Duane Thomas Receiving Touchdowns: Robert Jackson, . Olan Thompson Receptions: Olan Thompson Interceptions: Troy Anderson 1970 Passing Yards: Ed Holwig Rushing Yards: Ralph Thompson Receiving Yards: Daryl Wynn Passing Touchdowns: Ed Holwig Rushing Touchdowns: Ralph Thompson Receiving Touchdowns: Ralph Thompson Receptions: Daryl Wynn Interceptions: Raymond Brown

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Top 10 Single Season Records

1090 1072 231 4 10 2 19 8 1097 848 334 6 10 2 25 8

1971 Passing Yards: Ed Holwig 548 Rushing Yards: Billy Pritchett 1128 Receiving Yards: Daryl Wynn 206 Passing Touchdowns: Ed Holwig, Ron Leach 2 Rushing Touchdowns: Billy Pritchett 7 Receiving Touchdowns: Carl Brown 3 Receptions: Daryl Wynn 14 Interceptions: Mike Hrncir 4

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football recordS 1972 Passing Yards: Mike Wartes Rushing Yards: Cole Fraley Receiving Yards: Carl Brown Passing Touchdowns: Mike Wartes Rushing Touchdowns: Jimmy Lisle Receiving Touchdowns: Carl Brown Receptions: Carl Brown Interceptions: Daryl Carr, Robert Edwards, . Johnny McDowell

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1973 Passing Yards: Don Nava Rushing Yards: Jimmy Lisle Receiving Yards: Merced Solis Passing Touchdowns: Don Nava Rushing Touchdowns: Clois Burgess, . Rich Schleider Receiving Touchdowns: Tom Brownfield, . Tracy Dicson, John Paul Lee Receptions: Merced Solis Interceptions: Daryl Carr

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464 794 267 2 7 2 12 3 1384 513 499 3 3 1 35 3

1974 Passing Yards: Tully Blanchard Rushing Yards: Johnny Darden Receiving Yards: Tracy Dickson Passing Touchdowns: Tully Blanchard Rushing Touchdowns: Johnny Darden Receiving Touchdowns: Tracy Dickson Receptions: Tracy Dickson Interceptions: Steve Rogers

858 581 589 8 6 5 22 5

1975 Passing Yards: Tully Blanchard Rushing Yards: Anthony Dogan Receiving Yards: Jeff Lloyd Passing Touchdowns: Tully Blanchard Rushing Touchdowns: Anthony Dogan Receiving Touchdowns: Jeff Lloyd Receptions: Jeff Lloyd, Scott Wiley Interceptions: Michael Kelson, Mike Lozano

509 669 161 4 7 4 4 5

1976 Passing Yards: Tully Blanchard 509 Rushing Yards: Robert Mayberry 843 Receiving Yards: Scott Wiley 530 Passing Touchdowns: Tully Blanchard 4 Rushing Touchdowns: Robert Mayberry 9 Receiving Touchdowns: Scott Wiley, Bill Delaney 2 Receptions: Scott Willey 22 Interceptions: Bryan Carr, Tommy Mills 2 1977 Passing Yards: Tracy Qualls 456 Rushing Yards: Bo Robinson 1399 Receiving Yards: Frank Dudley 205 Passing Touchdowns: Tracy Qualls 7 Rushing Touchdowns: Bo Robinson 11 Receiving Touchdowns: Frank Dudley 2 Receptions: Frank Dudley 12 Tackles: Larry Spears 92 Interceptions: Mike Rychlik, Rounell Simon 4

1978 Passing Yards: Clint Plant Rushing Yards: Cleveland Robinson Receiving Yards: Reggie Spencer Passing Touchdowns: Larry Thmpson Rushing Touchdowns: Drew Johnson Receiving Touchdowns: Reggie Spencer Receptions: Reggie Spencer Tackles: Scott Braden Interceptions: Vic Hayes, Darryl Hemphill 1979 Passing Yards: Larry Thompson Rushing Yards: Danny Clark Receiving Yards: Milton Baker Passing Touchdowns: Larry Thompson Rushing Touchdowns: Danny Clark Receiving Touchdowns: Milton Baker, . Ricky Collinsworth Receptions: Danny Clark Interceptions: Darryl Hemphill

520 880 356 5 6 2 21 77 3

1984 Passing Yards: David Harbin 728 Rushing Yards: Wayne High 424 Receiving Yards: David Wood 616 Passing Touchdowns: David Harbin 5 Rushing Touchdowns: David Harbin 5 Receiving Touchdowns: David Wood 8 Receptions: David Wood 30 Sacks: Norman Bell, Willard Goff, Scott Peoples, Dennis Schneider 2 Tackles: Norman Bell 117 Interceptions: Don Carpenter 3

380 681 177 6 11

1985 Passing Yards: Tod Mayfield Rushing Yards: James Morton Receiving Yards: Stan Carraway

3432 626 1237

1986 Passing Yards: Tod Mayfield Rushing Yards: J.R. Compton Receiving Yards: Stan Carraway Passing Touchdowns: Tod Mayfield Rushing Touchdowns: J.R. Compton Receiving Touchdowns: Votie Patterson Interceptions: Todd Littlejohn

3664 806 1175 31 11 12 2

3 10 5

1980 Passing Yards: Matt Patterson Rushing Yards: Jackie Compton Receiving Yards: Ricky Collinsworth Passing Touchdowns: Matt Patterson Rushing Touchdowns: Danny Clark Receiving Touchdowns: Ricky Collinsowrth Receptions: Ricky Collinsworth Interceptions: Darryl Hemphill

1125 656 517 7 7 5 32 4

1981 Passing Yards: Victor McGee Rushing Yards: Paul Bell Receiving Yards: Curtis Bennett

1035 624 365

1982 Passing yards: Victor McGee 3224 Rushing Yards: Paul Bell 347 Receiving Yards: Mark Manley 780 Passing Touchdowns: Victor McGee 20 Rushing Touchdowns: Milton Baker 3 Receiving Touchdowns: Curtis Bennett, Earl Wilson 6 Receptions: Mark Manley 57 Interceptions: Charles Briscoe 4 1983 Passing Yards: David Harbin 715 Rushing Yards: Johnny Johnson 514 Receiving Yards: Gary Fletcher 417 Passing Touchdowns: Tom Cortez, Ricky Davis, . David Harbin 2 Rushing Touchdowns: Johnny Johnson 4 Receiving Touchdowns: Billy Record 2 Receptions: David Wood 26 Sacks: Baron Jackson 6 Tackles: Nomran Bell 108 Interceptions: Don Wood 6

1987 Passing Yards: Steve Kragthorpe Rushing Yards: J.R. Compton Receiving Yards: Devon Fortson Passing Touchdowns: Steve Kragthorpe Rushing Touchdowns: J.R. Compton Receiving Touchdowns: Devon Fortson, . Robert Hall, James Morton, Herman West Receptions: James Morton Sacks: David Newman Tackles: Alondra Johnson Interceptions: Robert Johnson

1980 1004 373 9 11 2 36 5 143 7

1988 Passing Yards: Doak Taylor Rushing Yards: Greg Hodges Receiving Yards: Rich Stephens Passing Touchdowns: Doak Taylor Rushing Touchdowns: Greg Hodges Receiving Touchdowns: Rich Stephens Receptions: Greg Hodges, Herman West Sacks: Maurice Hobson Tackles: Maurice Hobson Interceptions: Andrew Gowell

2379 606 590 23 5 8 37 8 76 4

1989 Passing Yards: Dan Buesing Rushing Yards: Maurice Williams Receiving Yards: Keith Miller Passing Touchdowns: Dan Buesing Rushing Touchdowns: Maurice Williams Receiving Touchdowns: Keith Miller Receptions: harles Christian Sacks: Johnny Turner Tackles: Cedric Buckley Interceptions: Cedric Buckley, Andre Cooper

2085 250 879 14 4 8 55 7 85.5 3

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1991 No Football Program 1992 Passing Yards: Codie Scott 738 Rushing Yards: Jeff Myers 365 Receiving Yards: Brad Bailey 642 Passing Touchdowns: Codie Scott 5 Rushing Touchdowns: Jeff Myers 2 Receiving Touchdowns: Braid Bailey, Jeff Bridges 2 Receptions: Brad Bailey 57 Sacks: Bobby Azam, Brian Christian, . Kenneth Lawrence 3 Tackles: Bobby Azam 112 Interceptions: Wayne Needham 4 1993 Passing Yards: Brian Bailey Rushing Yards: Norman White Receiving Yards: Duane Joubert Passing Touchdowns: Brian Bailey Rushing Touchdowns: Norman White Receiving Touchdowns: Duane Joubert, . Pete Loera Receptions: Duane Joubert Sacks: Brian Christian, Steve Edwards, . Erik Kirkpatrick Tackles: Brian Christian Interceptions: Wayne Needham 1994 Passing Yards: Grady Benton Rushing Yards: Norman White Receiving Yards: Brad Bailey Passing Touchdowns: Grady Benton Rushing Touchdowns: Norman White Receiving Touchdowns: Brad Bailey Receptions: Brad Bailey Sacks: Erik Kirkpatrick Tackles: Brian Christian Interceptions: Chris Lacy

1418 1109 537 12 8 5 59 2 90 3 3541 1122 1552 30 18 16 119 5 107 8

1995 Passing Yards: Grady Benton 2077 Rushing Yards: Norman White 799 Receiving Yards: Carlos Artis 793 Passing Touchdowns: Grady Benton 19 Rushing Touchdowns: Norman White 6 Receiving Touchdowns: Carlos Artis, Pete Loera 6 Receptions: Duane Joubert 53 Sacks: Brian Christian, Orion Sewell 5 Tackles: Joe Calhoun 151 Interceptions: Cliff Douglas, Rebert Mack 2

1996 Passing Yards: Michael Schmucker Rushing Yards: Norman White Receiving Yards: Charles Barnes Passing Touchdowns: Craig Coleman Rushing Touchdowns: Norman White Receiving Touchdowns: Dendrick Thompson, . Marquette Wesson Receptions: Marquette Wesson Sacks: Caleb Holt Tackles: Mike Martinez Interceptions: Chris Lacy, Rodney McCurry 1997 Passing Yards: Gary Thomas Rushing Yards: DeWayne Miles Receiving Yards: Kory Jones Passing Touchdowns: Gary THomas Rushing Touchdowns: DeWayne Miles Receiving Touchdowns: Chris Washington REceptions: Kory Jones Sacks: Franco Glaze Tackles: Brandon Weber Interceptions: Rebert Mack

635 392 335 4 1 2 21 10 97 3

1749 845 595 13 12 12 34 15.5 86 4

1998 Passing Yards: Gary Thomas 1844 Rushing Yards: Patrick Strambler 1153 Receiving Yards: Antonio Harrison 664 Passing Touchdowns: Gary Thomas 9 Rushing Touchdowns: DeWayne Miles, . Patrick Strambler 15 Receiving Touchdowns: Antonio Harrison 6 Receptions: Antonio Harrison 36 Sacks: Franco Glaze 11 Tackles: Germaine Gaspard 96 Interceptions: Brian Humphrey, Mike Murphy 3 1999 Passing Yards: Judd Moller 974 Rushing Yards: DeWayne Miles 1,053 Receiving Yards: Antonio Harrison 344 Passing Touchdowns: Judd Moller 5 Rushing Touchdowns: DeWayne Miles 11 Receiving Touchdowns: Antonio Harrison, . Asanti Danzie 2 Receptions: Antonio Harrison 18 Sacks: Brian Thompson 7 Tackles: John Thompson 136 Interceptions: Kareem Larrimore 5 2000 Passing Yards: Rick Leach Rushing Yards: DeWayne Miles Receiving Yards: Mario King Passing Touchdowns: Rick Leach Rushing Touchdowns: DeWayne Miles Receiving Touchdowns: Jason Arnold Receptions: Mario King Sacks: Will Goodloe Tackles: Donnie Adams, Ray Ross Interceptions: Ray Ross

1599 1524 435 6 16 3 26 5 88 4

2001 Passing Yards: Josh Knight 1813 Rushing Yards: Dante Clay 859 Receiving Yards: Chris Guillen 488 Passing Touchdowns: Josh Knight 12 Rushing Touchdowns: Josh Knight 4 Receiving Touchdowns: Kaleb Clay, Chris Guillen 6 Receptions: Sirquon Hardy 35 Sacks: Charlie Langston 5 Tackles: Adam St. Clair 114 Interceptions: Randy Bowers, Carlos Cox, . Joey Gipson, Adam St. Clair 1

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1990 Passing Yards: Mark Reiland Rushing Yards: Maurice Williams Receiving Yards: Keith Miller Passing Touchdowns: Royce Slechta Rushing Touchdowns: Maurice Williams Receiving Touchdowns: Keith Miller Receptions: Keith Miller Sacks: Mike Paschal Tackles: Mike Paschal Interceptions: Shy Burney, Craig Hemphill

2002 Passing Yards: Derek Maupin 1473 Rushing Yards: Dominique Bibben 518 Receiving Yards: Sirquon Hardy 670 Passing Touchdowns: Josh Knight, Derek Maupin 2 Rushing Touchdowns: Chase Allen, . Dominque Bibben, Aubrey Lacy 3 Receiving Touchdowns: Kaleb Clay 4 Receptions: Sirquon Hardy 50 Sacks: Adam St. Clair 5 Tackles: Chaun Thompson 104 Interceptions: Cody Stovall 3 2003 Passing Yards: Derek Maupin 2789 Rushing Yards: Aubrey Lacy 727 Receiving Yards: Anthony Armstrong 740 Passing Touchdowns: Derek Maupin 16 Rushing Touchdowns: Aubrey Lacy 10 Receiving Touchdowns: Anthony Armstrong, . Dominique Bibben 4 Receptions: Anthony Armstrong 54 Sacks: Darrell Lewis 7 Tackles: Adam Shaw 114 Interceptions: Dominique Carter 3 2004 Passing Yards: Derek Maupin Rushing Yards: Dominique Bibben Receiving Yards: Anthony Armstrong Passing Touchdowns: Derek Maupin Rushing Touchdowns: Dominique Bibben Receiving Touchdowns: Tonae Martin Receptions: Anthony Armstrong Sacks: Darrell Lewis Tackles: Adam Shaw Interceptions: Dominique Carter

3461 400 607 19 2 5 54 4 98 2

2005 Passing Yards: Dalton Bell Rushing Yards: Joe Harris Receiving Yards: Tonae Martin Passing Touchdowns: Dalton Bell Rushing Touchdowns: Joe Harris Receiving Touchdowns: Tonae Martin Receptions: Ramon Perry Sacks: John Granger, Tony Scearce Tackles: Jeremy Hibbler Interceptions: Keon Gaither

3799 697 1055 30 9 12 71 4 95 9

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football recordS / bowl games 2006 Passing Yards: Dalton Bell 3998 Rushing Yards: Maurice White 756 Receiving Yards: Charly Martin 1169 Passing Touchdowns: Dalton Bell 32 Rushing Touchdowns: Dalton Bell 5 Receiving Touchdowns: Shaun Scott-Jones 11 Receptions: Ramon Perry 75 Sacks: Jared Brock, T.J. Nickleberry, . Brett Watson, Justin Williams 4 Tackles: Jared Brock 119 Interceptions: Don Hooks, Darnell Johnson 2 2007 Passing Yards: Keith Null 4134 Rushing Yards: Keithon Flemming 1229 Receiving Yards: Charly Martin 927 Passing Touchdowns: Keith Null 41 Rushing Touchdowns: Keithon Flemming 12 Receiving Touchdowns: Charly Martin 11 Receptions: Keithon Flemming 73 Sacks: Brandon Swain 14 Tackles: Jared Brock 96 Interceptions: Cashmin Thomas 5

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2008 Passing Yards: Keith Null 5097 Rushing Yards: Keithon Flemming 756 Receiving Yards: Charly Martin 1867 Passing Touchdowns: Keith Null 48 Rushing Touchdowns: Keithon Flemming 13 Receiving Touchdowns: Charly Martin 22 Receptions: Charly Martin 95 Sacks: Eugene Sims 10 Tackles: Jared Brock 83 Interceptions: Darnell Johnson 6

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2009 Passing Yards: Taylor Harris Rushing Yards: Kelvin Thompson Receiving Yards: Tyson Williams Passing Touchdowns: Taylor Harris Rushing Touchdowns: Keithon Flemming Receiving Touchdowns: Brittan Golden Receptions: Tyson Williams Sacks: Bryan Braman Tackles: Anthony Scott Interceptions: Shad Baichtal, Tae Evans, . Jordan Smith 2010 Passing Yards: Taylor Harris Rushing Yards: Kelvin Thompson Receiving Yards: Tyson Williams Passing Touchdowns: Taylor Harris Rushing Touchdowns: Kelvin Thompson Receiving Touchdowns: Stephen Burton, Brittan Golden Receptions: Tyson Williams Sacks: Shad Baichtal Tackles: Tae Evans Interceptions: Tae Evans

West Texas A&M in Bowl Games (6-0) 2011 Passing Yards: Dustin Vaughan Rushing Yards: Khiry Robinson Receiving Yards: Brittan Golden Passing Touchdowns: Dustin Vaughan Rushing Touchdowns: Khiry Robinson Receiving Touchdowns: Brittan Golden Receptions: Brittan Golden Sacks: D.J. Ross Tackles: Taylor McCuller Interceptions: Caleb Randolph

1951 sun bowl Jan. 1, 1951 – El Paso, Texas Cincinnati West Texas A&M

0 6 7 0 = 13 0 7 7 0 = 14

WTAMU - Bill Cross 3-run (Roy Dunn kick) UC - Tom McKeever 3-run (kick blocked) UC - Bob Stratton 18-pass from Gene Rossi (Bill Shalosky kick) WTAMU - Cross 69-pass from Gene Mayfield (Dunn kick)

1957 tangerine bowl Jan. 1, 1957 – Orlando, Fla. S. Mississippi West Texas A&M

0 13 0 0 = 13 0 0 6 14 = 20

USM - Doug Barfield 1-run (Dallas Whitfield kick) USM - Jerry Taylor 52-pass from Bobby Hughes (kick failed) WTAMU - Ron Mills 75-interception return (kick failed) WTAMU - Mills 1-run (Tommy Coffey kick) WTAMU - Bubba Hillman 20-run (Coffey kick)

1962 sun bowl Dec. 31, 1962 – El Paso, Texas Ohio West Texas A&M

3738 529 847 22 12 10 66 8 106

3316 669 1076 25 11 12 55 5.5 70 5

0 3 8 3 = 14 0 7 0 8 = 15

1967 junior rose bowl Dec. 2, 1967 – Pasadena, Calif. San Fernando Valley West Texas A&M

7 0 6 0 = 13 7 7 7 14 = 35

SFV - Alan Aldrich 35-fumble return (Gene Noll kick) WTAMU - Eugene Morris 40-run (Tom Frambrough kick) WTAMU - Albie Owens 19-run (Fambrough kick) SFV - Mike Vogel 1-run (kick blocked) WTAMU - Morris 6-run (Frambrough kick) WTAMU - Owens 3-run (Donie Pruit kick) WTAMU - Owens 3-run (Frambrough kick)

2009 Lower Kanza Bowl Dec. 5, 2009 – Topeka, Kan. West Texas A&M Nebraska-Omaha

7 3 14 7 = 13 0 9 7 9 = 35

WTAMU - Keithon Flemming 1-run (Chandler kick) UNO - Greg Zuerlein 23-yard field goal UNO - Greg Zuerlein 52-yard field goal UNO - Greg Zuerlein 27-yard field goal WTAMU - James Chandler 27-yard field goal UNO - K. Moore 23-yard int. return (G. Zeurlein kick) WTAMU - T. Williams 15-run (Chandler kick) WTAMU - Flemming 40-pass from Harris (Chandler kick) UNO - Bowen 2-run (pass failed) WTAMU - B. Golden 38-pass from Harris (Chandler kick) UNO - Greg Zuerlein 40-yard field goal

2011 Lower Kanza Bowl Nov. 27, 2011 – Topeka, Kan. Central Missouri West Texas A&M

7 0 0 0 = 7 7 13 3 3 = 26

WTAMU - Khiry Robinson 4-run (Castillo Jr. kick) UCM - LaVance Taylor 1-run (Jamieson kick) WTAMU - Brittan Golden 44-pass from Vaughan (kick blocked) WTAMU - Tommy Hampton 8-run (Castillo Jr. kick) WTAMU - Castillo Jr. 21-yard field goal WTAMU - Castillo Jr. 26-yard field goal

OU - Jim McKee 52-Field Goal WTAMU - Jerry Don Logan 13-pass from Jerry Richardson (Dave Gibson kick) OU - Don Hoovler 91-fumble return (Ken Smith pass from Bob Babbitt) OU - McKee 24-Field Goal WTAMU - Richardson 32-pass from Gibson (Jim Ostrander pass from Jim Dawson)

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Football All-Americans 1989 Mark Bounds (punter) - 3rd team - USA Today/ Football Gazette All-America 1990 Mark Bounds (punter) - 1st team Kodak All-America 1993 Norman White (running back) - Honorable mention - Dr. C.M. Frank All-America 1994 Brad Bailey (wide receiver) - 1st team - AP Little All-America, Football Gazette All-America, Dr. C.M. Frank All-America Brian Hurley (offensive tackle) - 1st team American Football Coaches Association All-America, Football Gazette All-America; 2nd team - AP Little All-America; Honorable Mention - Dr. C.M. Frank All-America Grady Benton (quarterback) - Harlon Hill Finalist (fifth-place); 2nd team Dr. C.M. Frank All-America; 3rd team - Football Gazette All-America Norman White (running back) - Honorable Mention - Football Gazette All-America, Dr. C.M. Frank All-America Brian Christian (linebacker) - Honorable mention - Football Gazette All-America Duane Joubert (wide receiver/return specialist) Honorable mention - Dr. C.M. Frank All-America 1995 Jon Mason (punter) - 1st team - AP Little AllAmerica, Football Gazette All-America, Dr. C.M. Frank All-America, American Football Quarterly All-America 1997 Rebert Mack (corner back/return specialist) - 2nd team AP Little All-America, Football Gazette All-America 1998 Franco Glaze (defensive end) - 2nd team - Football Gazette All-America 1999 Kareem Larrimore (defensive back) - 1st team - Football Gazette All-America 2000 DeWayne Miles (running back) - 1st team Football Gazette All-America; 2nd team Daktronics All-America 2002 Chaun Thompson (linebacker) - 1st team - AP Little All-American 2004 Pat McCoy (offensive lineman) - 1st team - CollegeSportsReport.com, AP Little All-America; Honorable mention Don Hansen’s Gazette All-America, D2football. com All-America 2005 Pat McCoy (offensive lineman) - 1st team American Football Coaches Association; 2nd Team - D2football.com, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette Dalton Bell (quarterback) - Honorable mention - D2football.com, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette Tonae Martin (receiver) - Honorable mention D2football.com Dejuan Skinner (offesive lineman) -. Honorable mention - D2football.com Keon Gaither (defensive back) - 1st team Don Hansen’s Football Gazette 2006 Jared Brock (linebacker) - 1st team - AP Little

All-America, Daktronics, 3rd team - Don Hansen’s Football Gazette, Honorable mention - D2football.com Charly Martin (wide receiver) - 2nd team Daktronics, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette; Honorable mention - D2football.com Dalton Bell (quarterback) - Honorable mention - Don Hansen’s Football Gazette 2007 Jared Brock (linebacker) - 2nd team - AP Little All-America, D2football.com, Daktronics; 3rd team - Don Hansen’s Football Gazette Keithon Flemming - Honorable Mention - Don Hansen’s Football Gazette Kolo Kapanui, (tight end) - 1st team - AP Little All-America, Daktronics; 2nd Team D2football.com; Honorable mention - Don Hansen’s Football Gazette Charly Martin (wide receiver) - Honorable mention - D2football.com Brandon Swain (defensive end) - 1st team American Football Coaches Association, AP Little All-America, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette, D2football.com, Daktronics Cashmin Thomas - Honorable Mention - Don Hansen’s Football Gazette 2008 Jared Brock (linebacker) - 1st team - American Football Coaches Association, AP Little AllAmerica, Daktronics, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette, D2football.com. Charly Martin (wide receiver) - 1st team - AP Little All-America, Daktronics, Don Hansen’s Football Gazette, D2football.com, Keith Null (quarterback) - Honorable mention Don Hansen’s Football Gazette, D2football. com, J’Marcus Webb (offensive lineman) - 1st team - D2football.com; 3rd team - Don Hansen’s Football Gazette. 2009 Tae Evans (defensive back) - 3rd team Don Hansen’s Football Gazette; Eugene Sims (defensive end) - 1st team American Football Coaches Association; Don Hansen’s Football Gazette; 2nd team - D2football.com Broderick Marshall (Defensive tackle) - 3rd team Don Hansen’s Football Gazette; J’Marcus Webb (offensive line) - 1st team D2football.com; 2nd team - Daktronics; 3rd team Don Hansen’s Football Gazette; 2010 Shad Baichtal (linebacker) - 3rd team - Don Hansens Football Gazette Stephen Burton (wide receiver) - honorable mention - D2Football.com Tae Evans (defensive back) - 2nd team - Don Hansen’s Football Gazette; D2Football.com Tyson Williams (tight end) - 3rd team - Don Hansens Football Gazette

Academic All-Americans 1983 - Barry Johnson (defensive back) - GTE Academic All-District 6 1993 - Darren Hofferichter (linebacker) - GTE Academic All-District 6 Michael Moore (wide receiver) - GTE Academic All-District 6 1994 - Brad Bailey (wide receiver) - 1st team

CoSIDA All-District 6 1995 - Jon Mason (punter) - 1st team CoSIDA All-District 6 1997 - Rebert Mack (corner back/return specialist) - 2nd-team All-District 6 1998 - Bret Leathers (punter) - GTE Academic All-District 6 2003 - Chad Kennedy (punter) - 1st-team CoSIDA Academic All-District 6 Anthony May (def. back) - 1st-team CoSIDA Academic All-District 6 2004 - Chad Kennedy (punter) - 1st-team CoSIDA Academic All-District 6 Derek Maupin (quarterback) - 1st-team CoSIDA Academic All-District 6 2007 - Jared Brock (linebacker) - 1st-team ESPN The Magzine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 6 Charly Martin (wide receiver) - 1st-team ESPN The Magzine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 6 Keith Null (quarterback) - 1st-team ESPN The Magzine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 6 Kolt Kittley (wide receiver) - 2nd-team ESPN The Magzine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 6 Matt Manley (wide receiver) - 2nd-team ESPN The Magzine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 6 2008 - Jared Brock (linebacker) - 1st-team ESPN The Magzine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 6 Charly Martin (wide receiver) - 1st-team ESPN The Magzine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 6 Keith Null (quarterback) - 1st-team ESPN The Magzine/CoSIDA Academic All-District 6

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1950 Gene Mayfield (quarterback) - AP Little All-America Bill Cross - Helms Hall of Fame 1955 Joe Brooks - Williams National Football Rating System All-America 1956 Charles F. Sanders - 1st team AP All-America 1957 Charles F. Sanders - Williamson National Football Rating System All-America 1962 Jerry Don Logan - Williamson National Football Rating System All-America 1968 Eugene “Mercury” Morris (running back) 1st team - Sporting News All-America; 2nd team - UPI All- America; 3rd team - AP All-America 1975 Jeff Nunn (linebacker) - 1st team AP All-America 1977 Bo Robinson (fullback) - 1st team AP All-America Reggie McElroy (offensive tackle) - 2nd team AP All-America William Fifer (offensive tackle) - 2nd team AP All-America 1979 Glen Keller - Honorable mention AP All-America Kevin Dennis - Honorable mention AP All-America Steve Hatch - Honorable mention AP All-America John Holt - Honorable mention AP All-America Elvin Keller - Honorable mention AP All-America 1980 Elvin Keller (nose guard) - 3rd team AP All-America 1985 Stan Carraway (wide receiver) Honorable mention - AP Division I-AA Little All-America Todd Pearson (center) - 2nd-team AP Division I-AA Little All-America 1986 Tod Mayfield (quarterback) - Honorable mention - Football News All-America; 3rd team - AP Little All-America Stan Carraway (wide receiver) - 1st team - Football News All-American, Kodak All-America; 3rd team-AP Little All-America Anthony Miller (linebacker) - 3rd team - AP Little All-America; Honorable mention - Football News All-America Kevin Brown (punter): Honorable mention AP Little All-America Todd Littlejohn (cornerback) - Honorable mention - AP Little All-America Steve McMurty (offensive tackle) - Honorable mention - AP Little All-America 1987 J.R. Compton (running back) - 2nd team -AP Little All-America, U.S. Achievement Academy’s Collegiate All-America

NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarships 1974 - Ben Bentley 1982 - Kevin Erick Dennis

OTHER HONORS 1972 - Cole Fraley (tailback) - Missouri Valley Conference First-Year Player of the Year 1975 - Anthony Dugan (tailback) - Missouri Valley Conference Newcomer of the Year 1977 - George Henning (defensive end) - Missouri Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Year Bo Robinson (fullback) - Missouri Valley Conference Offensive Player of the Year 1981 - Victor McGhee (quarterback) - Missouri Valley Conference Newcomer of the Year 1986 - Tod Mayfield - Scholar-Athlete Award by the National Foundation and Hall of Fame; LSC Co-Back of the Year 1988 - Rich Stephens - LSC Freshman of the Year 1997 - DeWayne Miles (running back) - LSC Freshman of the Year 2002 - Chaun Thompson (linebacker) - LSC South Linebacker of the Year 2003 - Anthony Armstrong (wide receiver) - LSC South Wide Receiver of the Year 2004 - Pat McCoy (offensive lineman) - LSC South Offensive Lineman of the Year 2007 - Brandon Swain (defensive end) - LSC South Defensive Lineman of the Year Keithon Flemming (running back) - LSC South Freshman of the Year 2008 - Jared Brock (linebacker) - LSC South Linebacker of the Year Charly Martin (wide receiver) - LSC South Receiver of the Year 2010 - Tae Evans (defensive back) - LSC South Defensive Back of the Year

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buffaloes in the pros Keith null was drafted in the sixth round of the 2009 nfl draft by the st. louis rams and started the final three games of the 2009 season. photo by newman lowrance

Stephen burton was selected in the 10th round of the 2011 nfl draft by the minnesota vikings and saw time in three games during the 2011 season. photo courtesy of miinnesota vikings

Eugene sims was selected in the sixth round of the 2010 nfl draft by the st. louis rams.

the chicago bears selected j’marcus webb in the seventh round of the 2010 nfl draft. photo courtesy of chicago bears

photo by newman

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George Allen (64-65).......................................................Houston Marc Andrews (66-67).................................................San Diego Ralph Anderson (68-70)...............................................Pittsburgh Ray Armentrout (64-65)...............................................Edmonton Anthony Armstrong (01-04)......................... Washington Redskins John Ayers (73-75).................................... Denver/San Francisco Dag Azam (67-69)....................................................Los Angeles Milton Baker (78-81)................................................. Washington Dalton Bell (03-06).................Green Bay/Seattle/Carolina/Toronto Carl Birdsong (77-78)....................................................St. Louis Cloyce Box (1946-48).......................................................Detroit Bill Bradley (60-61) .....................................................San Diego Brian Braman (09)...........................................................Houston Larry Brazon (67-68) ................................................... NY Giants Carl Brown (71-73) .................................................. Kansas City Kevin Brown (83-86) ......................................................Chicago Ray Brown (68-70) .......................................................... Atlanta Willie Brown (67-68) ................................................ Washington Tom Brownfield (72-73) .....................................................Miami Stephen Burton (09-10).............................................. Minnesota Jimmy Campbell (65-67) .............................................San Diego Tommy Coffey (56-58) ................................................Edmonton J.R. Compton (1987-88) ............................................. NY Giants Bill Cross (47-50) ............................................ Chicago Cardinals Tracy Dickson (72-74) .......................................................Dallas A.Z. Drones (67-68) .................................................Los Angeles Bobby Duncum (64-66) ................................................. St. Louis Jerry Epps (1959) .......................................................Edmonton William Fifer (73-77) ........................................................Detroit Gary Finell (72-74) ......................................................San Diego Terry Funk (64-66) ................................................... Kansas City Dave Gasser (65-66) ................................................... Edmonton Franco Glaze (97-98) ..................................................... Calgary Willard Goff (83-84) ........................................................ Atlanta Frank Goodish (67) ....................................... Toronto/Washington Brittan Golden (07-11)....................................................Chicago Percy Green (65-66) ........................................................Detroit Robin Ham (80-82) ..................................................... Cleveland

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Duane Thomas

Stan Hansen (68-70) ....................................................Baltimore Newt Harrell (88-89) ..................................................LA Raiders Antonio Harrison (98-99) ....................................... San Francisco Steve Haterius (65-67) ....................................................Toronto Floyd Headen (06-07)................................................ Tampa Bay Carl Heiman (67-68) .................................................. Vancouver Darryl Hemphill (78-81) ................................................... Denver Ed Holwig (70-71) ...................................................... Vancouver John Holt (77-80) ...................................Indianapolis/Tampa Bay Mike Hrncir (70-71).................................................... Vancouver John Jacobi (73-75) ................................................. Philadelphia Alonda Johnson (86-87) ........................ British Columbia/Calgary Cort Johnson (06-08)...................................................San Diego Bryon Jones (67-68).................................................... NY Giants Floyd Jones (74-75)..................................................... Edmonton Duane Joubert (92-95) ................................................... Calgary Kolo Kapanui (06-07)................................................... Cleveland Glen Keller (76-79) ......................................................... Atlanta Bob Kelley (50-51).................................................... Philadelphia Meshel Kelson (74-75) .............................................. Tampa Bay Tom Krempasky (64-66)............................................... NY Giants Doug Kriewald (64-66)....................................................Chicago Kareem Larrimore (98-99) .................................................Dallas Jeff Lloyd (73-75) ........................................................... Seattle Jerry Logan (60-62) .....................................................Baltimore Rebert Mack (95-97) ....................................................Baltimore Wilton Manley (62-64) .......................................................Dallas Charly Martin (04-08).....................................Carolina, San Diego Pat McCoy (04-05).......................................Atlanta, Philadelphia Reggie McElroy (78-82) ................................................. NY Jets DeWayne Miles (97-00) ........................................... Lions/Vikings Rick Mordecai (73-74) ............................................... Green Bay James Morton (86, 88)............................................... Tampa Bay Mercury Morris (66-68) .....................................................Miami Allen Mullins (72-74) .........................................................Dallas Russell Mundy (62-64) ...................................................Houston Ray McCowan (58-60) ................................................Pittsburgh Bill McKinney (69-71)................................................ Kansas City

Eugene “Mercury” Morris

Don Nava (73-74) .................................................... Kansas City Keith Null (05-08)..........................................................St. Louis Albie Owens (66-68) .........................................Houston, NY Jets Votie Patterson (85-87) ..................................................Chicago Pete Pedro (61-63) ................................................ New England Jim Perry (63) ............................................................ Minnesota Bob Petrich (61-62) ....................................................San Diego Jesse Powell (66-68) ........................................................Miami Billy Pritchett (71-73) .................................................. Cleveland Roland Reichardt (68-69)..........................................Los Angeles Jerry Richardson (61-63) ......................................San Francisco Bo Robinson (75-78) ........................................................ Detroit Pat Schwenke (05-07)............................................... Tampa Bay Eugene Sims (08-09).....................................................St. Louis Dejuan Skinner (04-05)............................................. Philadelphia Merced Solis (72-74) ............................... Kansas City/Vancouver Dick Stamier (65) ..........................................................Hamilton Dave Szymakowski (65-67) .....................................New Orleans Ray Taupule (99-00) ........................................................... Lions Duane Thomas (67-68) .....................................................Dallas Chaun Thompson (98-02)............................... Cleveland/Houston Olan Thompson (68-70) ...............................................Baltimore Ralph Thompson (69-70) ......................................... New Orleans Rocky Thompson (68-71) ............................................ NY Giants Frank Thrasher (60-61) .................................................. Calgary Bill Uzzolino (64-65) ......................................................Hamilton John Varnell (60-62) ......................................................Houston Butch Waltersheid (63-66) ........................................ Washington Curley Watters (66-68) .................................................... Denver J’Marcus Webb (08-09)..................................................Chicago Earl West (62-64) .......................................................... St. Louis Ted Wheeler (64-66) .....................................................St. Louis Devron Williams (95-96) ............................................. Tennessee Bruce Womack (47-50).....................................................Detroit Burl Wood (65-66) ................................................. New England David Wood (82-84) ................................................. Kansas City Earl Wood (65-66) ................................................ Saskatchewan Mike Zuffuto (66-67) ...................................................San Diego

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MEdia iNFOrMaTiON The.West.Texas.A&M.University.Athletics.Media.Relations.staff.welcomes. all.media.members.to.the.2012.season.of.Buffalo.Football ..It.is.our.intent. that.the.following.information.will.help.you.cover.the.Buffs.throughout.the. 2012.season .

NON-gaMEday iNTErviEWS Coach.Carthel.and.select.players.will.be.available.immediately.following. the.WT.Coaches.Luncheon,.Mondays.at.noon.at.The.Big.Texan.on.I-40. East.in.Amarillo ...Interviews.may.also.be.conducted.prior.to.practice.if. prior.arrangements.are.made ..To.arrange.all.non-game.day.interviews,. please.contact.the.WTAMU.Athletic.Media.Relations.offi.ce.at.least.24. hours.prior.to.desired.time .

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