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1997 National Champions All-Americans MVFC All-Conference Academic Honors Professional Players NFL Draft Picks All-Time Letterwinners

Records Coaching Staff Head Coach Eric Wolford Assistant Head Coach Tom Sims Assistant Coach Rick Kravitz Assistant Coach Shane Montgomery Assistant Coach Louie Matsakis Assistant Coach Mauro Monz Assistant Coach Carmen Bricillo Assistant Coach Frank J. Buffano Assistant Coach Ron Stoops Jr. Assistant Coach Andre Coleman Assistant Coach Rollen Smith Strength Coach Mike Cochran Director of Operations Dan Kopp Football Support Staff Under Armour

2011 Information Alphabetical Roster Numerical Roster Student-Athlete Biographies 2011-12 Scholarship Recipients

2010 In Review Team Stats Final Individual Statistics Game-by-Game Statistics Scoring Drives Results/Starters Top Performances Game Recaps

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TEAM INFORMATION Quick Facts

Team Information

Location: Youngstown, Ohio Enrollment: 15,194 Founded: 1908 Nickname: Penguins Colors: Red & White Affiliation: NCAA Football Championship Subdivison (FCS) Conference: Missouri Valley Football Conference Stadium: Stambaugh Stadium • 20,630 Field: Dike Beede Field (PowerBlade HP+) All-Time Record (First Season): 422-278-17 (1938) Press Box Phone: (330) 941-7233 Athletics Director: Ron Strollo (Youngstown State, 1993) Athletic Department Phone: (330) 941-2385 President: Dr. Cynthia E. Anderson (Youngstown State, 1973) NCAA Faculty Representative: Dr. Chet Cooper Head Coach: Eric Wolford Alma Mater: Kansas State, 1994 YSU Record: 3-8, Second Season Overall Record: 3-8, Second Season Office Phone: (330) 941-3478 Best Time to Contact: Contact SID Assistant Coaches (Year at YSU; Alma Mater; Responsibility): Tom Sims, Second Season (Pittsburgh, 1990) Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Line Shane Montgomery, Second Season (N.C. State, 1990) Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Rick Kravitz, Second Season (Troy, 1977) Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Louie Matsakis, Second Season (Emporia State, 2000) Special Teams Coordinator/Running Backs/Recruiting Coord. Mauro Monz, First Season (Duquesne, 1996) Tight Ends Frank J. Buffano, Second Season (Arizona, 2006) Inside Linebackers Carmen Bricillo, Second Season (Duquesne, 1999) Offensive Line Andre Coleman, Second Season (Kansas State) Wide Receivers Rollen Smith, Second Season (Arkansas, 1976) Cornerbacks Ron Stoops Jr., Second Season (Youngstown State, 1980) Outside Linebackers/Director of High School Relations Mike Cochran, 12th Season (Youngstown State, 1992) Strength and Conditioning Coordinator Dan Kopp, Fifth Season (Youngstown State, 1995) Director of Football Operations

Basic Offense: Multiple • Basic Defense: 4-3 2010 Record: 3-8 • 2010 Conference Record: 1-7 (9th) 2010 Postseason: None (Last Appearance 2006 - Semifinals) 2010 Letterwinners: 67 Lettermen Returning/Lost: 37/30 Offensive Lettermen Returning/Lost: 17/10 Defensive Lettermen Returning/Lost: 18/16 Special Teams Lettermen Returning/Lost: 2/4 2010 Redshirts: 8 2010 Squad Members Returning: 4 2011 Newcomers: 47 Starters Returning: 15 (7 • Offense, 7 • Defense, 1 • Special Teams) Starters Lost: 10 (4 • Offense, 4 • Defense, 1 • Special Teams) Offensive Starters Returning/Lost: (7/4); QB Kurt Hess, TB Jamaine Cook, TE Carson Sharbaugh, WR Kevin Watts, WR Ely Ducatel, LT Andrew Radakovich, RG Chris Elkins/WR Dominique Barnes, LG Eric Rodemoyer, RT Bobby Coates, C Justin Rechichar. Defensive Starters Returning/Lost: (6/5); DT Andrew Johnson, DE Obinna Ekweremuba, S Donald D’Alesio, S Will Shaw, LB John Sasson, LB Dom Rich/LB David Rach, CB Randy Louis, CB Brandian Ross, DT Torrance Nicholson, DT Luke Matelan. Specialists Returning/Lost: (2/1); P Nick Liste, LS Nate Schkurko/PK Stephen Blose. All-America Candidates: OT Andrew Radakovich, TB Jamaine Cook, LB John Sasson All-Conference Candidates: QB Kurt Hess, OT Andrew Radakovich, OG Chris Elkins, P Nick Liste, TB Jamaine Cook, LB John Sasson, DT Andrew Johnson.

Sports Information Sports Information Director: Trevor Parks (Nebraska, 1996) Office Phone: (330) 941-3192 Office Fax: (330) 941-3191 Cell Phone: (330) 402-3289 E-Mail: tparks@ysu.edu Athletics Website: www.YSUsports.com Sports Information Staff: Jamie Hall • Assistant Sports Information Director John Vogel • Assistant Sports Information Director Student Assistants: Zach Humphries, Kayla Hanushack, Kelli Phillips, Kevin Davis

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2011 Schedule Date Sept. 2 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct. 8 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 29 Nov. 5 Nov. 12 Nov. 19 Nov. 26 Jan. 7

Opponent at Michigan State VALPARAISO ILLINOIS STATE* at Indiana State* SOUTH DAKOTA STATE* at Southern Illinois* SAINT FRANCIS (PA.) WESTERN ILLINOIS* (HC) at UNI* at North Dakota State* MISSOURI STATE* FCS Playoffs FCS Championship Game

Location East Lansing, Mich. STAMBAUGH STAMBAUGH Terre Haute, Ind. STAMBAUGH Carbondale, Ill. STAMBAUGH STAMBAUGH Cedar Falls, Iowa Fargo, N.D. STAMBAUGH Campus Sites Frisco, Texas

Time 7:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 3 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. 5 p.m. 4 p.m. 1 p.m. TBA 1 p.m.

Home Games in ALL CAPS All Times Eastern and Subject to Change *Missouri Valley Football Conference Game

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MULTIMEDIA INFORMATION Radio Home ome of the Penguins | 570 WKBN The radio home for the Youngstown State football program is Clear Channel Radio Youngstown’s NewsTalk 570 WKBN. Play-by-play voice Bob Hannon returns for his 21st season. Hannon, the president and chief professional officer of the Youngstown/Mahoning Valley United Way, has called more than 200 YSU games since 1990. Joining Hannon for the second straight season is former NFL offensive lineman Ed Muransky. He is Chairman of the Board and Founder of The Muransky Companies, a multifaceted business management company. A Youngstown native, he was an All-American at Michigan and played for the Oakland Raiders. Mike Orto handles engineering duties home and away.

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YOUNGSTOWN AREA MEDIA OUTLETS The Vindicator Vindicator Square P.O. Box 780 Youngstown, OH 44501 Phone: (330) 747-1471 Fax: (330) 747-6712 www.vindy.com Beat Writer: Joe Scalzo scalzo@vindy.com

Warren Tribune-Chronicle 240 Franklin St., SE Warren, OH 44482 Phone: (330) 841-1715 Fax: (330) 841-1713 www.tribtoday.com sports@tribtoday.com

The Jambar (Student) One University Plaza Youngstown, OH 44555 Phone: (330) 941-3095 Fax: (330) 941-2322 www.thejambar.com thejambar@gmail.com

Clear Channel Radio YSU Athletics Flagship

Bob Hannon

Ed Muransky

Mike Orto

Play-by-Play

Analysis

Engineer

WKBN 570 AM Youngstown, OH 44512

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Phone: (330) 965-0057 Fax: (330) 729-9991 www.570wkbn.com Sports Director: Jim Campbell jimcampbell@clearchannel.com

WYTV-TV 33 (ABC) 3930 Sunset Blvd. Youngstown, OH 44512 Phone: (330) 788-2456 Fax: (330) 782-5261 www.wytv.com sports@wytv.com

WKBN-TV 27 (CBS) WYFX 17/62 (FOX) 3930 Sunset Blvd. Youngstown, OH 44512 Phone: (330) 788-2456 Fax: (330) 782-5261 www.wkbn.com sports@wkbn.com

WFMJ-TV 21 (NBC) 101 West Boardman St. Youngstown, OH 44503 Phone: (330) 744-8821 Fax: (330) 742-2472 www.wfmj.com sports@wfmj.com

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MISSOURI VALLEY FOOTBALL CONFERENCE The past five seasons have dealt great change to the Missouri Valley Football Conference. Within that span, the league has lost a member, gained three members and changed its name. Despite those developments, a quality nationally competitive product has been a constant for the league, which celebrated its Silver Anniversary in 2009. The Missouri Valley Football Conference enters its 27th year of existence this fall and has proven to be one of the nation’s premier NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) leagues. There’s not much that has eluded the conference in its first 26 seasons of competition. The league’s first two-plus decades have included national championships, national players of the year, national coaches of the year, No. 1 national rankings, and countless All-Americans. Strong coaching and great players have helped make the league a national force, but the stability and leadership of Commissioner Patty Viverito -- the only commissioner the league has ever known -- has helped make the Missouri Valley Football Conference a standard bearer on the FCS scene. Indeed, all signs point to continued national prominence for the Missouri Valley Football Conference as it enters its 27th season in 2011. In June 2008, presidents of the nine-member Gateway Football Conference and the 10member Missouri Valley Conference approved a rebranding initiative that changed the football conference name from the Gateway Football Conference to the Missouri Valley Football Conference. It represented the second name change for the football league. Initially, the conference competed as the Gateway Collegiate Athletic Conference (1985-91) and the Gateway Football Conference (1992-2007). Although the league shares the Missouri Valley name, the football-playing members compete under a separate administrative umbrella, as the Missouri Valley Conference and the Missouri Valley Football Conference remain separate entities. While the 2010 season didn’t produce a national championship, it was a successful one, as three league teams (North Dakota State, UNI, and Western Illinois) represented the conference in the FCS playoffs, marking the 16th-straight season in which at least two teams have participated in post-season play. It marked just the third time in 26 seasons that the league had three or more playoff teams. QB Matt Barr, LB Kyle Glazier and coach Mark Hendrickson of Western Illinois all finished runnerup in the Walter Payton, Buck Buchanan, and Eddie Robinson Award voting, respective-

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ly. Additionally, league coach of the year Trent Miles of Indiana State was fifth in the Robinson Award balloting. Valley Football has two recent national championships (Western Kentucky - 2002; Youngstown State - 1997), and league members Youngstown State (3) and Southern Illinois (1) own additional titles prior to their league membership, meaning six FCS championship trophies are housed on league campuses, in addition to three (Youngstown State twice and UNI in 2005) runner-up finishes. Only five FCS leagues possess more than a single FCS championship trophy, and the Missouri Valley Football Conference is among that elite. In recent years, the league has established itself as a leader among FCS conferences. During the past 14 years, the league has two national championships, and eight other semifinal trips. The league’s 39-30 playoff mark in that span is third-best among all FCS leagues, and the conference has had four teams reach the title game since 1997. The MVFC success is not limited to the immediate past. During the decade of the 1990’s, current members of the league compiled a 3419 mark in the FCS playoffs, bettered only by the Southern Conference, whose members were 37-19 in that decade. Team accomplishments have helped solidify the Missouri Valley Football Conference as an FCS elite, but individuals at the league’s member institutions are the real source of pride within the conference. Thanks to great players and strong coaching, the Missouri Valley Football Conference has reached and will maintain its place among the FCS best. The Missouri Valley Football Conference has had four teams (or more) with better than .500 records in the same season 17 times now, including the past 13 seasons. In the 26 years of the football division, league membership has been stable -- with only six fluctuations since 1986. Eastern Illinois left the league to join the Ohio Valley Conference in 1996, while Youngstown State joined the conference in 1997 to return league membership to its original seven-member status. League membership reached what was then an all-time high of eight members for the start of the 2001 season with the addition of Western Kentucky. The Hilltoppers left the league after six years to join the Sun Belt (FBS). North Dakota State and South Dakota State joined for the start of the 2008 season, giving the league nine members for the first time. And the league will expand to 10 members in 2012 after the University of South Dakota was admitted in November of 2010.

Patty Viverito

Mike Kern

Commissioner

Associate Commissioner

CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Year | Champion 2010 | UNI 2009 | Northern Iowa 2008 | Southern Illinois/UNI 2007 | Northern Iowa 2006 | Youngstown State 2005 | YSU/Southern YSU/Southern Illinois/UNI 2004 | Southern Illinois 2003 | Southern Illinois/UNI 2002 | Western Illinois/W. Kentucky 2001 | Northern Iowa 2000 | Western Illinois 1999 | Illinois State 1998 | Western Illinois 1997 | Western Illinois 1996 | UNI 1995 | UNI/Eastern Illinois 1994 | UNI 1993 | UNI 1992 | UNI 1991 | UNI 1990 | UNI/Missouri State 1989 | Missouri State 1988 | Western Illinois 1987 | UNI 1986 | Eastern Illinois 1985 | UNI

MVFC INFORMATION 1818 Chouteau Ave. St. Louis, MO 63103 Phone: (314) 421-2268 Website: www.valley-football.org

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WATSON & TRESSEL TRAINING SITE (WATTS) The Watson and Tressel Training Site (WATTS) was announced in the summer of 2007 when the Tressel and Watson Families presented the University with a $1 million donation. This indoor facility is vital to the future success of the YSU athletic department. The facility will provide the most critical ingredient to meet the challenges presented by the opportunity of playing nationally-recognized competition. The WATTS features a fulllength Shaw Sportexe PowerBlade HP+ synthetic turf system football field, a 300-meter state-of-the-art mondo track surface, two long-jump pits, a high-jump pit, four batting cages, protective netting, a training room and locker rooms. The seasonal facility will accommodate athletic team practices, intramural sports, campus-wide activities and special events benefiting students, faculty, staff and the community - especially during the fall, spring and harsh winter months.

The WATTS features a six-lane 300-meter Mondo track surface and a full-length football field.

Soccer, men’s and women’s track and field, baseball, softball and football will have the ability to practice in a safer, more comfortable environment. The facility also provides a significantly prolonged practice season to meet the challenge of the elevated level of competition YSU seeks to

The WATTS will benefit all YSU Athletic teams.

embrace. In addition, the WATTS will serve as a community resource - providing a large, climate-protected venue for local youth organizations and high schools. Utilization would benefit other campus constituencies as well. ROTC, intramurals and other student activities could

now be engaged year round. Similarly, YSU can host numerous scholastic and community events that would equally benefit from the facility. This $12-million project was seen as a public/private partnership in that the construction costs would be sought through private philanthropy.

The building greets visitors to campus.

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STAMBAUGH STADIUM

‘ICE CASTLE’ HAS BEEN SUCCESSFUL HOME FACILITY SINCE 1982

A total of 15 playoff games have been played in Stambaugh with YSU owning a 14-1 mark, including two wins in 2006.

Youngstown State’s football home is a place that has been defended well through its first 29 seasons. The tallest building in the city, the stadium rises high above the Mahoning Valley and offers tremendous views in all directions. Perhaps that is why Arnold D. Stambaugh Stadium has garnered the nickname the OP ROWDS “Ice Castle.” 1 | YSU vs. UNI Over the years, the Ice Castle has 21,119 • Oct. 14, 2000 been a protected place. Almost four out 2 | YSU vs. Indiana State of five times a visiting program has left 20,813 • Oct. 28, 2000 Stambaugh Stadium on the losing end of 3 | YSU vs. Buffalo 20,519 • Oct. 11, 1998 the score. 4 | YSU vs. Southern Illinois Only four times in 29 seasons have the 20,380 • Oct. 17, 1998 Penguins failed to finish above .500. In 5 | YSU vs. Cal Poly the playoffs, YSU is 14-1 having won 14 19,682 • Oct. 16, 1999 straight since losing their first-ever home 6 | YSU vs. Missouri State 19,617 • Sept. 29, 2007 playoff tilt in November 1990. 7 | YSU vs. Western Illinois Since 1996, the Guins have posted a 19,331 • Sept. 22, 2001 stellar mark of 69-24. Since 1989, YSU 8 | YSU vs. UNI is an impressive 114-27-1, including 19,321 • Oct. 21, 2006 undefeated seasons in 1993, 1994 and 9 | YSU vs. Illinois State 19,171 • Oct. 20, 2001 2005. 10 | YSU vs. Liberty In the past four years, YSU is 28-10 at 18,978 • Sept. 27, 2008 Stambaugh Stadium. In 2007, Youngstown State was 6-1 with the lone loss coming by just five points. In 2006, the Guins were 7-1 posting playoff wins over James Madison and Illinois State. The contest against JMU was televised nationally on ESPN2. The 2005 campaign was impressive as YSU won all six home games, including two by three points or less. All-time, the Penguins have won 73.6 percent of their games at Stambaugh posting an impressive 140-50-1 record in 29 seasons. One of the finest FCS football facilities in the country with a seating

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capacity of 20,630, Stambaugh has been the home for the Penguins since the early 1982. Many tweaks and upgrades have taken place through the years to ensure a home-field advantage and keep it a cutting-edge facility. Built in 1982 (17,000 capacity) with seating only on the west side, Stambaugh entered a new era in 1997 when the Stadium underwent a $5.5 million addition. Prior to the 1997 campaign, the number of loges (luxury suites) was expanded from 12 to 26. The Watson Media Center, one of the best press facilities in FCS, was added onto the second level of the complex. The DeBartolo Stadium Club, which overlooks the city of Youngstown, is located on the main loge area, and is used for meetings, press conferences and luncheons. Also, seating for more than 3,000 was added on the east side to bring the capacity to 20,630, the highest in the Missouri Valley Football Conference. In 2000, a sound system was added to the east and west sides. Three the playing surface has been replaced, most recently in the summer of

Stambaugh Stadium is the centerpiece of activities on game day.

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STAMBAUGH STADIUM VS. OPPONENTS NENTS Opponent Record Akron 5-2 Alcorn State 1-0 Ashland 1-0 Austin Peay 4-0 Bloomsburg 1-0 Buffalo 2-1 Butler 1-0 Cal Poly 1-0 CCSU 1-0 Central Florida 1-1 Central Michigan 0-1 Central State 1-0 Cincinnati 0-1 Clarion 5-0 Delaware 0-1 Delaware State 2-0 Eastern Illinois 1-1 Eastern Kentucky 2-3 Eastern Michigan 2-2 Edinboro 5-0 Elon 1-0 Florida A&M 2-0 Florida Atlantic 0-1 Fla. International 0-1 Georgia Southern 2-0 Hampton 1-0 Hofstra 2-0 Idaho 1-0 Illinois State 6-3 Indiana (Pa.) 1-0 Indiana State 8-2 James Madison 2-1 Kent State 2-0 Liberty 3-2 Lock Haven 1-0 Maine 2-0 Marshall 0-1 McNeese State 1-1 MTSU 2-1 Missouri State 6-1 Montana 1-0 Morehead State 2-1 Morgan State 3-0 Murray State 1-1 New Haven 1-0 Nicholls State 0-1 North Alabama 1-0 North Carolina A&T 1-0 North Dakota St. 1-1 Northeastern 5-0 Northern Iowa 2-9 Northwestern State 1-0 Ohio 1-0 Samford 3-0 Slippery Rock 11-0 South Dakota State 1-1 Southern Illinois 5-3 Southern Utah 1-0 Stephen F. Austin 0-1-1 Stony Brook 1-0 Tennessee Tech 3-0 Towson State 2-0 UC Davis 1-0 Villanova 2-0 Western Illinois 6-2 Western Kentucky 2-3 Wingate 1-0 Wofford 1-0

2011. SCG installed a Shaw Sportexe PowerBlade HP+ synthetic turf system, which combines the appearance of natural grass with the engineered performance of modern synthetic turf. It is specially designed to enhance player speed and performance while providing for maximum player safety. Previous turf replacements occured in 2002 when SprinTurf was installed and in 1991 when AstroTurf replaced the original playing surface. In 2004, a new scoreboard featuring a Mitsubishi DiamondVision videoboard was installed. The DiamondVision screen consists of 126,464 LEDs to provide an incrediblyclear picture for animations and in-game replays. The board, which was manufactured in Nagaski, Japan, is 17-feet wide by 12.5-feet high. In 2005, wireless internet was added to the Watson Media Center. The Media Center houses the press area, radio and television booths, public address and PenguinVision. In 2006, a new concourse elevator became the latest enhancement. From the summer of 2008 through February 2009, the football office suites were renovated, the loge complex was repainted and all hallways were tiled. New carpet was installed in the DeBartolo Stadium Club. Tile was also installed in the football classroom’s and numerous painting makeovers occurred. Over the summer in 2009, the chairback seats were replaced at a cost of $250,000 while the baseball locker room was moved to its own area out of the football locker area. After the season, a new football lounge was created. It features five couches, three flatscreen TVs and plenty of space for the team to relax. Following the 2010 campaign, the locker room underwent further updates. A new entrance way was created while a ceiling was added to the main locker room area. Highlighting the ceiling is a hanging “Y” as well as a “Protect this House” a slogan of Under Armour, the official apparal provider of the football program. YSU’s athletic administrative offices, ticket office, football offices, strength-training facility, softball, soccer, football and baseball locker rooms, training room and Academic Center are located in the complex. Six racquetball courts and office areas for the ROTC program are in the building as well. The multipurpose complex is also home to the soccer team and intramural events. Three new full-length basketball courts were added in 2011 joining the five basketball courts that are also in the stadium’s gymnasium.

New turf was installed in the facility this past summer.

STAMBAUGH STADIUM YEAR-BY-YEAR Year GP 1982 5 1983 6 1984 5 1985 6 1986 5 1987 5 1988 6 1989 7 1990 7 1991 8 1992 7 1993 9 1994 10 1995 7 1996 6 1997 8 1998 6 1999 8 2000 6 2001 7 2002 6 2003 7 2004 6 2005 6 2006 8 2007 7 2008 6 2009 5 2010 6

Record Attendance Avg. 3-2 43,242 8,648 3-3 37,292 6,215 4-1 42,871 8,574 4-2 49,968 8,328 2-3 42,403 8,481 4-1 43,425 8,685 3-3 43,830 7,305 6-1 54,520 7,789 6-1 88,662 12,666 7-1 92,954 11,619 6-1 83,547 11,935 9-0 96,457 10,717 9-0-1 161,810 16,181 2-5 91,944 13,135 5-1 75,508 12,585 7-1 117,766 14,721 4-2 97,818 16,303 7-1 150,887 16,765 5-1 108,656 18,109 6-1 114,231 16,319 4-2 103,046 17,174 3-4 112,026 16,004 3-3 88,017 14,670 6-0 87,261 14,544 7-1 121,269 15,159 6-1 113,045 16,149 3-3 86,981 14,497 3-2 70,272 14,054 3-3 90,661 15,110

Totals 191 140-50-1 2,510,349 13,143

Largest Crowd 15,833 vs. Akron 13,349 vs. Eastern Kentucky 12,273 vs. Eastern Michigan 13,020 vs. Florida A&M 12,341 vs. Nicholls State 9,732 vs. Morehead State 13,231 vs. Akron 9,387 vs. Northeastern 17,002 vs. Ohio 17,003 vs. Samford 16,826 vs. James Madison 15,194 vs. Samford 17,795 vs. Alcorn State 17,063 vs. Stephen F. Austin 15,263 vs. Northwestern State 20,519 vs. Buffalo 20,380 vs. Southern Illinois 19,682 vs. Cal Poly 21,119 vs. UNI 19,171 vs. Illinois State 18,879 vs. Indiana State 17,803 vs. Slippery Rock 16,837 vs. Southern Illinois 16,809 vs. Illinois State 19,321 vs. UNI 19,617 vs. Missouri State 18,978 vs. Liberty 16,727 vs. Missouri State 17,660 vs. Southern Illinois 21,119 vs. UNI (2000)

Winning Percentage: .736 Unbeaten Regular Seasons | 1990 • 1993 • 1994 • 2005 Playoff Record | 14-1 (Won 14 consecutive) Homecoming Record | 19-9 Dedication Game | Akron 20, YSU 19 • Sept. 4, 1982 Groundbreaking Date | August 9, 1978 Most Wins | 9, 1993 and 1994 • Most Defeats | 5, 1995 Crowds of 20,000 Plus | 4 • Crowds of 19,000 Plus | 9 Milestone Victories 1 | YSU 37, Tennessee Tech 14 • Sept. 18, 1982 25 | YSU 45, Morgan State 22 • Sept. 30, 1989 50 | YSU 42, Delaware State • Oct. 9, 1993 75 | YSU 44, Kent State 23 • Sept. 6, 1997 100 | YSU 41, Missouri State 20 • Oct. 13, 2001 140 | YSU 31, Southern Illinois 28 • Sept. 25, 2010

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HEAD COACH ERIC WOLFORD

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n his first year as the Penguins’ head coach, everyone saw the energy and enthusiasm that Eric Wolford has for his hometown squad. A tireless worker, Wolford has turned the mindset of the program into playing a hard-nosed, exciting brand of football that YSU fans can be proud of. In 2010, the Penguins had a record-setting campaign on offense. YSU averaged a school-best 412 yards per contest while averaging 31.3 points per game, the fifth-highest total in school history. During the year, the Guins gained at least 500 yards three times - a first in the program’s history. YSU also tied the school record for points in a game (63) and set a school mark for first downs (33). During the course of the season, the Penguins had the lead at some point in every game. On Sept. 25, YSU defeated nationallyranked Southern Illinois. It was the first win over the Salukis since 2006. At Penn State, in Wolford’s debut, YSU led 7-3 midway through the second quarter. The touchdown was the first the program had scored in six previous games versus BCS members. Against nationally-ranked ranked teams, the Guins led Western Illinois, UNI and North Dakota State in the fourth quarter. In a nail-biting season, YSU played six games decided by six points or less and five of the Missouri Valley Football Conference losses came by a total of 19 points. Wolford became just the sixth head coach in the program’s history when he was tabbed to the position on Dec. 15, 2009. A graduate of Ursuline High School, who played his home games on Stambaugh Stadium’s turf, he built an impressive resume serving as a collegiate assistant for 16 years prior to

Coach Wolford has brought an exciting style of football to YSU.

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Coach Wolford enters his second season with the program.

taking over at YSU. Of those, 12 were spent on the FBS level. He has a tremendous background working with some of the most reputable names in college football. As an assistant, he has coached for Steve Spurrier (South Carolina), Ron Zook (Illinois), Mike Stoops (Arizona), Darrell Dickey (N (North Texas), Dana Dimel (Houston), Jim Leavitt (South Florida) aand Bill Snyder (Kansas State). He spent the 2009 season as the running-game coordinator aand offensive line coach at South Carolina. The Gamecocks p posted a 7-5 mark this past year and made an appearance in tthe PapaJohns.com Bowl against UConn. USC had four running backs rush for more than 100 yards in a game in 2009 after having just one eclipse the mark in the p previous campaign. Of his offensive line, four players made their first career start. Overall, 10 different players started at least o one contest up front, while three started at multiple positions. After joining the staff in January 2009, Wolford helped the G Gamecocks land the 13th-ranked recruiting class in the nation. The 40-year-old Wolford spent two seasons at Illinois (2007-08) w with Zook before heading to South Carolina. In his two seasons w with the Illini, his lines led the Big Ten Conference in rushing (2007) aand passing (2008) yards per game. During his two years, Illinois rranked in the top 20 nationally in recruiting. Averaging 269.3 yards in the air, the Illini ranked first in the Big T Ten in the category and 19th nationally in 2008. The team finished tthe season second in the conference in total offense with 438.8 yyards per contest, which also ranked 19th in the NCAA. Illinois’ to total yards topped 5,000 for just the fourth time in school history aand for the second consecutive year. Three members of the line e earned postseason recognition, including Big Ten second-teamer X Xavier Fulton, for their performances. In 2007, Illinois finished with a 9-4 overall mark and represented

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HEAD COACH ERIC WOLFORD

the Big Ten in the Rose Bowl following a 6-2 league mark. His veteran unit led the offense to 3,338 rushing yards, the most in school history, and paved the way for running back Rashard Mendenhall’s record-setting season. The Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, Mendenhall broke school records for rushing yards, rushing touchdowns and total scores in a season. The offensive line allowed just 16 sacks, a school record and the second-fewest in the Big Ten. Left guard Martin O’Donnell headlined his group, earning Associated Press first-team AllAmerica honors. Wolford spent three seasons as the offensive line coach at Arizona (2004-06) before heading to Illinois. The Wildcats led the Pac-10 in fewest sacks allowed in his first two seasons. He tutored two All-Pacific-10 performers on the offensive line, including Eben Britton, who also was named a Sporting News All-American in 2006. In addition to his strong coaching skills, Wolford was an integral part of Arizona’s back-to-back top-20 recruiting classes in 2005 and 2006. He spent a very successful year at North Texas in 2003. The Mean Green won nine games as his offensive line paved the way for Sun Belt Conference Offensive Player of the Year Patrick Cobbs. Cobbs, who rushed for nearly 1,700 yards, led the NCAA FBS with 152 yards per contest. UNT had two offensive linemen named first-team all-conference. Wolford enjoyed three-year stints at both Houston and South Florida. While at Houston with Dimel, Wolford coached a number of positions spanning offense, defense and special teams. In 2002, Houston enjoyed a dramatic turnaround, going from a winless season to five victories. During his time in Houston, Wolford coached five all-conference players.

Wolford had the unique experience of coaching in the first three seasons of the South Florida football program, helping to lead the Bulls to two winning seasons as an FCS independent alongside Leavitt. He began his coaching career at Kansas State where he served as a graduate assistant and worked with the offensive line for Snyder. From there, he spent a year as the offensive line and strength coach at Emporia State. Wolford was a four-year starter as an offensive guard for the Wildcats, and his teams laid the groundwork for the program’s emergence on the national stage. A member of Snyder’s first KSU recruiting class, he went on to start a total of 34 games in his career, including 21 at right guard and 13 at left guard. His senior year, the Wildcats won the school’s first bowl game, beating Wyoming in the 1993 Copper Bowl. He earned a bachelor’s degree in 1994 in social sciences with a focus on monetary policy and banking. After college, Wolford signed a free agent contract with the Arizona Cardinals before returning to Manhattan to embark on his coaching career. A 1989 graduate of Ursuline High School, Wolford earned AllNortheastern Ohio honors in 1988, in addition to being named the defensive player of the year in the Steel Valley Conference for Coach Dick Angle. He played both offensive and defensive line, helping the Irish to the SVC championship as a senior. In the summer of 2009, he was enshrined into the Ursuline High School Athletics Hall of Fame. Wolford and his wife, Melinda, have a son, Stone, and a daughter, Marlee. He and his wife created the No Stone Unturned Foundation, to help fight CFC Syndrome (Cardiofaciocutaneous Syndrome), a rare genetic condition affecting around 300 children worldwide, including their son, Stone.

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ASSISTANT COACH TOM SIMS

TOM SIMS

Assistant Head Coach Defensive Line Second Year Pittsburgh, 1990 To Sims, who has coached at Bowl Tom Championship Series schools the Ch past nine seasons prior to coming to pa YSU, is in his second season as the YS Assistant Head Coach and Defensive As Line Coach for the Penguins. Lin In 2010, Sims coached secondteam All-Missouri Valley Football tea Nicholson. He mixed two seniors Conference defensive tackle Torrance N - Nicholson and Luke Matelan - with a group of newcomers that featured Bowling Green transfer Andrew Johnson and first-time player Obinna Ekweremuba. Against Western Illinois, Nicholson had 3.5 tackles for the losses, the most by a Penguin since December 2006. A former NFL defensive lineman, Sims is a 14-year coaching veteran, who spent the 2009 season with the Kansas Jayhawks. Sims coached eight years in the Big Ten, spending the 2001-04 campaigns at Minnesota and the 2005-08 seasons at Illinois. In 2007 and 2008, both he and Wolford were assistants for the Fighting Illini. In 2009, the defensive unit at Kansas posted 31 sacks in 12 contests ranking 26th nationally with 2.58 collars per game. The Jayhawks opened the season with five consecutive wins. Defensive end Max Onyegbule scored two touchdowns to go along with six sacks on the campaign. Fellow end Jake Laptad led the squad with 6.5 sacks. The duo combined for 23 tackles for losses while each finished with nine quarterback hurries. In his last year at Illinois in 2008, the defense registered 32 sacks, leading the conference in sacks per game (2.7 a contest). A year earlier, the program recorded a school record 40 sacks in 2007, including 28.5 by defensive linemen. He coached four All-Big Ten honorees and his tenure was highlighted by an appearance in the 2008 Rose Bowl. The Illini posted a 9-4 overall record, including a win at top-ranked Ohio State. The 2006 Fighting Illini had 23 sacks, a nine-sack improvement from the previous campaign, which was Sims’ first year with the program. Sims had four strong campaigns at Minnesota in his first Big Ten stop. The Gophers won 29 games in his four seasons, including a 10-win campaign in 2003. The program appeared in two Music City Bowls and a Sun Bowl during his tenure. In 2003 and 2004, the UM defense held the opposition to fewer than 130 yards rushing per game. In 2002, the Gophers registered 31 sacks while in 2003, the program had 26 and 24 in 2004. His first stint at an FBS school was one year at Eastern Michigan in 2000 under Jeff Woodruff. He began his coaching career working with the defensive linemen

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from 1997-99 at Western Kentucky. The Hilltoppers reached the FCS playoffs in 1997 and won at least six games in each of his three seasons coaching for Jack Harbaugh. Sims played seven seasons as a defensive tackle in the National Football League, including four with Kansas City (1990-92, 1996), two with Indianapolis (1993-94) and was in camp with Minnesota (1995). Sims played 47 games in the NFL finishing with 60 career tackles and four sacks. He had a career-best 30 stops while playing for Indianapolis in 1993. He spent his first two seasons of college playing at Western Michigan before transferring to Pitt. For the Panthers, he recorded 142 tackles and 12.5 sacks in two campaigns from 1988-89. A Detroit, Mich., native, Sims earned a degree in business from Pittsburgh in 1990. He and his wife Rene have two daughters, Sydney and Zoe.

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ASSISTANT COACH RICK KRAVITZ

RICK KRAVITZ

Defensive Coordinator Safeties Second Year Troy, 1977 Ric Kravitz, who has more than Rick 20 years of experience as a defensive coordinator, is in his second siv season as the Penguins’ defensive se coordinator. co In 2010, Kravitz’s units used a variety of schemes mixing some va vet veterans and inexperience. Senior cornerback Brandian Ross and Torranc Torrance Nicholson were second-team all-conference selections while linebacker John Sasson, who Kravitz coached, was an honorable-mention pick. YSU had just three senior starters in the season finale, but 10 players made their first career start at some point, including three freshmen. This season, Kravitz will also coach the safeties, after working with the linebackers in 2010. Kravitz and Head Coach Eric Wolford previously coached together at USF in the late 1990’s. A highly-respected defensive mind, Kravitz spent 10 straight years at the FBS level before coming to YSU in January 2010. A native of St. Petersburg, Fla., he will be the program’s key recruiter in the Sunshine State. He has recruited the area for the past 20 years for various schools and has many contacts in Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin and St. Lucie Counties. He has also recruited the Tampa-St. Pete area during his career. Kravitz spent the two seasons at Western Michigan coaching the Broncos’ safeties for coach Bill Cubit prior to coming to YSU. During the 2008 season, free safety Louis Delmas earned first-team All-MAC honors and was selected 33rd overall in the NFL Draft. Delmas had 111 tackles and four interceptions as the Broncos finished the season 9-4 advancing to the Texas Bowl. WMU was 5-7 in 2009. Prior to his two-year stint at Western Michigan, Kravitz served as the defensive coordinator at Memphis for Tommy West. The Tigers won seven games in 2007 campaign and played in the New Orleans Bowl. In 2006, Kravitz joined Chuck Amato’s staff at N.C. State. He served as the safeties coach and special teams coordinator for the Wolfpack. During the year NCSU ranked 13th nationally in passing defense and 36th in total defense. Kravitz had an impressive 10-year run as an assistant coach at the University of South Florida where he served in capacities as assistant head coach and defensive coordinator. The program was an FCS Independent from 1997 through 2000 before making the jump to the FBS level in 2001. The defensive coordinator from the inception of USF football, Kravitz added assistant head coach to his title in 2001, the same season he switched his emphasis to the secondary after coaching the linebackers in his first four seasons. In 2001, the Bulls won eight of 11 games and in 2002 posted an impressive 9-2 mark as an independent. The program was part of Conference USA in 2003 and 2004 winning seven games in the ‘03 campaign. In 2005, USF became a member of the Big East and appeared in the school’s first Bowl Game in school history - The Meineke Car Care Bowl.

The USF defense finished 17th in the nation in 2002, 2003 and 2005 and ranked seventh against the rush in 2002, allowing just 87.2 yards per game. That same year, USF led the nation in turnover margin, forcing 36 miscues, (22 interceptions and 14 fumbles). In 2005, USF ranked third nationally in fumbles recovered and sixth in pass defense. The Bulls’ defensive unit also ranked in the top 15 in scoring defense, turnovers gained and sacks that same season. Prior to joining the staff at South Florida he spent the 1994 and 1995 seasons as the assistant head coach and defensive coordinator for West Alabama. He was the defensive coordinator at Florida A&M for Coach Ken Riley from 1986-93 on the FCS level. He coached six All-Americans and had 10 players drafted into the NFL. The Rattlers had six winning seasons and shared the MEAC title in 1988. Prior to joining the college coaching ranks, Kravitz was a coach and teacher at two Pinellas County high schools from 1979-83. He first entered coaching as a defensive coordinator at Lakewood High in 1979, and then served four seasons as an assistant coach at Countryside High. Kravitz played at Troy, competing as a defensive end and offensive tackle between 1974-76 on the Division II level. As a senior, the Trojans were 8-1-1 winning the Gulf South Conference Championship. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Troy in physical education in 1977 and earned a master’s degree in administration and supervision in 1987 while serving as an assistant coach at FAMU. Rick is married to the former Jo Ann Howell. He has a daughter, Kristin, who is married to Major League Baseball pitcher Doug Waechter.

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ASSISTANT COACH SHANE MONTGOMERY

SHANE MONTGOMERY

Offensive Coordinator Quarterbacks Second Year North N o Carolina St., 1990 Sh Shane Montgomery, a former Division I Football Bowl Subdivision sio head coach, is in his second season he as Youngstown State’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks co coach. co In 2010, the Guins had one of the best offensive units in school hi history under d hi his play-calling l lli iimagination. i i YSU set a school record with 412 total offensive yards per game and the 31.3 points per game ranked fifth. The Penguins showed good balance with 215 yards coming on the ground and 197 via the air. YSU had three offensive performances of more than 500 yards, the first time that has occurred in school history. The Penguins also set the school record for first downs in a game (33 at Illinois State) and tied the mark for points scored (63 vs. Central Connecticut State). The Guins scored at least 24 points in nine contests and had at least one touchdown in every game for the first time since 2001. Redshirt freshman quarterback Kurt Hess became the first player in school history to pass for more than 200 yards in three consecutive games as he did it five straight weeks during the season. Hess set school freshman records for yards, attempts and completions. His 2,117 yards were the eighth most by a quarterback in school history. He has coached at the Division I level his entire 20-plus year career. Before coming to YSU he spent nine seasons in the Mid-American Conference. Montgomery’s tenure at Miami, highlighted by an appearance in the MAC Championship game in 2007 and a share of the East Division title in 2005. Overall, he was 17-31 as the head coach from 2004-08. He took over the program prior to the 2004 Independence Bowl. While at Miami from 2001-08, he coached the two most prolific quarterbacks in school history in Roethlisberger (2001-03) and Josh Betts (2004-05). The two signal callers combined for 17,845 yards, 1,395 completions and 138 touchdowns. He joined Head Coach Eric Wolford’s staff after spending one season as the offensive coordinator and tight ends coach at Akron. Montgomery served as the RedHawks’ offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach from 2001-04. While serving in that capacity, he was a two-time finalist for the Frank Broyles Award, which annually goes to the nation’s top assistant coach. During his time, mentoring Roethlisberger, an All-American and now two-time Super Bowl champion quarterback, Miami’s passing offense was ranked no lower than 27th, while the RedHawks ranked second in the NCAA in total offense in 2003 (501.14 yards per game). The RedHawks posted a 7-4 mark and a share of a third-straight MAC East Division title in his first full season as Miami head coach. That squad won five of its last six games, placed 11 on the All-MAC first and second teams and saw seven sign NFL contracts. In 2006, Miami won two games, but wide receiver Ryne Robinson become a fourth-round selection of the Carolina Panthers. Robinson, a two-time All-MAC pick, finished his career as the program’s all-time leader in receptions and receiving yards. Also one of the most explosive punt returners in the nation, Robinson finished as the MAC’s career leader in punt return yardage and punt return touchdowns and was tabbed as

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the 2004 MAC Special Teams Player of the Year. In 2007, Miami used a 17-14 win over BCS member Syracuse to start a run, winning four of five MAC games en route to a 5-2 league scoresheet and 4-2 record in the East Division. Two of those four wins were over Bowling Green and Buffalo, each of whom were also 4-2, giving Miami the tiebreaker and the right to play in the MAC Championship game. In 2008, MU had four first-team all-conference selections, bosting the top punter and placekicker in the league. Montgomery was there for the start of Roethlisberger’s career and, three years later, the MAC Player of the Year put together a three-year career as Miami’s all-time leader in passing yards (10,829), completions (854) and passing touchdowns (84). Betts stepped in to keep the offense rolling for the RedHawks upon Big Ben’s departure. In just two seasons, Betts ranked among the nation’s top 20 in passing twice and finished as Miami’s second all-time leading passer with 7,029 yards. He also threw 54 career touchdowns and completed 58.2 percent (541-of-929) of his passes all-time. He signed as a free agent with the Indianapolis Colts. Montgomery has a strong familiarity with the FCS after coaching as an assistant at Chattanooga from 1993-2000. He began as quarterbacks coach and saw his role expand to wide receivers coach, co-offensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator. During his time as offensive coordinator with the Mocs, he oversaw the development of NFL All-Pro receiver Terrell Owens. In Montgomery’s final two years at UTC, the Mocs ranked fourth nationally in passing (326.5 avg.) and 19th in total offense (452.91 avg.) in 1999, while ranking second in passing (339.09 avg.) and eighth in total offense (453.55 avg.) in 2000. Montgomery was a standout quarterback at North Carolina State from 1986-89. He was a three-year starter at quarterback and led the Wolfpack to two straight bowl berths, earning Offensive MVP at the 1988 Peach Bowl and the 1989 Copper Bowl. Montgomery was a second-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection as a senior and finished his career completing 421-of-746 passes for 5,298 yards and 31 touchdowns. He still owns the N.C. State record for most passing yards in a game, 535, set versus Duke in 1989. He served as a graduate assistant for Coach Dick Sheridan in 1991 and 1992. A native of Newark, Ohio, he led Newark Catholic to Ohio Division V State Championship in 1984 under coach J.D. Graham. In 2001, he was inducted into his high school’s Hall of Fame. Shane and his wife, Sandy, have two sons, Tanner and Trent.

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ASSISTANT COACH LOUIE MATSAKIS

LOUIE MATSAKIS

Special Teams Coord. Running Backs Second Year Emporia State, 2000 Lo Matsakis, a former collegiate Louie placekicker and punter, is YSU’s pla special teams and recruiting coorsp dinator and running backs coachs. din He coached an all-league selection at both positions as well as tailback in his first year with Youngstown State in 2010. Sta Sophomore tailback Cookk and senior placekicker Stephen S h ilb k JJamaine i C Blose were second-team All-MVFC selections while redshirt freshman Nick Liste was an honorable-mention pick. Cook rushed for 1,276 yards and scored 11 touchdowns in 2010. He had six 100-yard efforts highlighted by a 213-yard performance at Illinois State. His 116.0 yards per contest average ranked eighth in school history. YSU’s tailbacks rushed for 27 scores on the campaign, including a freshman-record-tying 11 by Adaris Bellamy. Blose had one of the best seasons by a placekicker in YSU history. He scored 74 while making 12-of-14 field-goal attempts, including his last 11, and 38-of-40 PATs. Blose set a school record during his career of 55 straight made conversion kicks. Liste excelled in his first year as the Guins’ punter. He averaged 41.4 yards per kick, the third-highest single-season average in school history. He had six kicks longer than 50 yards and placed 15 inside the opposition’s 20-yard line. The Penguins also ranked fourth in the FCS in punt returns by averaging a school-record 16.6 yards per return, including an 86-yarder for a score. Matsakis comes to Youngstown State after spending five of the past six seasons with the Kansas Jayhawks. From 2007-09 he was the Jayhawks’ running backs coach and oversaw the special teams units. In 2004-05 he was a quality control coach. In 2009, KU had a freshman running back lead the program in rushing for the first time since 2002 when Toben Opurum had a team-high 554 yards while scoring nine touchdowns. The Jayhawks averaged 41.3 yards per punt and made 13 field goals during the campaign. Individually, placekicker Jacob Branstetter drilled a 57-yard field goal against Oklahoma while punter Alonso Rojas was a candidate for the Ray Guy Award. In 2008, KU running back Jake Sharp earned honorable-mention AllBig 12 honors finishing the year with 860 yards and 12 touchdowns. Sharp also became the first running back in school history to record 100 yards receiving in a game when he had 107 versus Iowa State. Branstetter set a school record with 49 consecutive PATs made and Rojas averaged 40.7 yards per punt. KU’s punt return unit ranked 26th nationally averaging 11.58 yards per return. In 2007, running back Brandon McAnderson rushed for 1,125 yards, while Sharp added 821, as the Jayhawks produced a potent one-two punch. The KU offense averaged 188.8 yards rushing while scoring 30 touchdowns. KU ranked second in the Big 12 and seventh in the NCAA in kickoff returns averaging 25.21 per return. He coached one of the greatest kickers in school history in Scott Webb. Webb drilled 18-of-26

field-goal attempts and 66 of 67 PATs on the season. Kick returner Marcus Herford was named the Big 12 Specialist of the Year after ranking second in the conference with a 28.6 yards per return average. Herford returned two kickoffs for touchdowns during the season. The Jayhawks beat Virginia Tech in the Orange Bowl 24-21 capping an impressive 12-1 campaign. In 2008, KU was 8-5 capping the year with an impressive 41-21 victory over Minnesota in the Insight Bowl. At Capital in 2006, Matsakis was the special teams coordinator. He coached All-American and first-team all-league placekicker Matt Spitz and tutored the first-team all-conference punt returner Thom Hausler. The Crusaders set a school record for wins in a season with 11 and advanced to the regional finals of the NCAA Division III Championships. Capital was ranked third in the final NCAA Division III poll. In his first stint at Kansas from 2004-05, Matsakis assisted with the day-to-day operations and game planning alongside the special teams coordinator. Among his many administrative duties, he performed statistical analysis for the offense and special teams, performed self-scout and opponent scouting reports for the special teams coordinator and was involved in the areas of on-campus recruiting, camps and clinics. In 2005, KU won seven games, including a win in the Fort Worth Bowl. Matsakis served as the special teams coordinator on the FCS level for Texas State in 2003 for his brother Manny. At Texas State, Matsakis developed All-Southland Conference punter Cory Elolf, who was ranked seventh nationally and first in the Southland in punting average (43.4 yards per punt). He also worked extensively with the Bobcat offense, which finished first in the conference and seventh nationally in total offense with 443.42 yards per game. He served as special teams intern at Texas Tech from 2000-02 for Coach Mike Leach. While a member of the Red Raiders’ staff, he was part of teams that played in the Tangerine (2002), Alamo (2001) and Galleryfurniture.com (2000) Bowls. Matsakis was a three-year letterman as a placekicker and punter at Emporia State University from 1995-98. He set the ESU single-season record for most extra points made in a season with 47 and set singlegame records with most PATs attempted and made with nine in 1998. He completed a degree in finance from ESU in May 2000. Matsakis and his wife Cori have two sons, Michael and Nicholas.

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ASSISTANT COACH MAURO MONZ

MAURO MONZ

Tight Ends First Year Duquesne, 1996

Ma Mauro Monz joined Head Coach Eric Wolford’s staff in March and will Eri coach the tight ends. Monz brings co 14 years of collegiate coaching experience to Youngstown. ex Monz, M who has two years of head coaching experience, has been an co assistant at Akron, Duquesne and as Robert Morris. He was the head Ro coach for two seasons (2003-04) co at West Virginia Tech Tech, an NAIA school iin Montgomery, W. Va. He was with Akron from 2006-09 moving from a director of football operations post to wide receivers coach his final three seasons. While with the Zips, Monz tutored five All-MAC wide receivers, including Jabari Arthur, who established an Akron single-season record for interceptions with 86 in 2007. Arthur had 1,171 yards and 10 touchdowns that campaign. Arthur ended his career as Akron’s all-time leader in both receptions (184) and receiving yards (2,653). In 2008, Monz helped in the development of Akron wide receiver Deryn Bowser, who had 64 receptions for 785 yards. Bowser signed as an undrafted free agent with the Arizona Cardinals following his career with the Zips. During the 2009 campaign, Bowser coached the wide receivers for current YSU offensive coordinator Shane Montgomery. Most recently, he spent the 2010 campaign as a special offensive assistant at Robert Morris under Head Coach Joe Walton. The Colonials had a stellar season wining the Northeast Conference title and advancing to the FCS playoffs for the first time in school history. RMU averaged 28.5 points per contest and 358.3 yards a game. Seven times the Colonials scored at least 30 points and the offense scored 43 touchdowns in 12 games. Monz spent the 2005 season as the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Duquesne for Head Coach Jerry Schmitt. DU averaged more than 26 points and over 300 yards a contest that season. The stint was his second with the Dukes as he served in the same positions during the 2001 and 2002 seasons. During his first two seasons with Duquesne, he helped the Dukes finish 12th and 11th at the FCS level in scoring offense. Prior to accepting his first assistant job at Duquesne, Monz served an stint as assistant recruiting coordinator at Pittsburgh, where he helped

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the Panthers land a recruiting class ranked in the top 25 nationally, featuring Larry Fitzgerald and Tyler Palko. Before joining the staff at Pittsburgh, Monz served as quarterbacks coach and recruiting coordinator at Robert Morris where he was part of four Northeast Conference championship teams. In 1999, he served as quarterbacks and special teams coach for Team USA in the Team USA vs. Team Florida college all-star game. Monz was a first-team All-MAAC defensive back for the Dukes in 1994 and 1995 and was a member of DU’s first MAAC championship team in 1995. He finished his career second on DU’s all-time list with 12 interceptions. The Pittsburgh native earned his undergraduate degree in elementary education in the fall of 1996 and completed work on his masters degree in instructional leadership at RMU in 1999. Monz and his wife, Dana, have three children, daughter Dea and sons Dominic and Dylan.

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ASSISTANT COACH CARMEN BRICILLO

CARMEN BRICILLO

Offensive Line Second Year Duquesne, 1999

Ca Carmen Bricillo, a native of Western Pennsylvania, is in his second seaPe son coaching the offensive line for so the Penguins. In 2010, the Penguins offensive line helped pave the way for a lin school-record 412 yards of total sc offense per game, including 215 off a contest on the ground. It was just the third time in the past 17 jus campaigns i th the G Guins i rushed h d ffor more than 200 yards per contest. YSU also averaged 31.3 points per game, the fifth-highest singleseason output in school history. Nationally, the Guins ranked in the top 25 in fewest sacks allowed. The Penguins had two All-Missouri Valley Football Conference selections in second-team pick Bobby Coates and honorable-mention selection Eric Rodemoyer. Bricillo spent the 2009 season as an offensive assistant coach at Illinois. He worked with the offensive line for the Illini assisting coach Joe Gilbert. He spent the 2007 and 2008 seasons at Akron assisting with the coaching of offensive tackles and tight ends on J.D. Brookhart’s staff. He originally joined the Zips staff in 2006 as the school’s director of video services. Bricillo was a center at Duquesne, starting 32 games in his college career. He earned first-team all-conference honors in both 1995 and 1996, while leading the Dukes to two league championships and 10-1 records in each campaign playing for Greg Gattuso. The 1995 squad won the school’s first-ever Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Championship. He began his coaching career at his alma mater, in the spring of 2005 as the offensive line coach for the Dukes. In the 2005 season, the team posted a 7-3 record and won a conference title. Bricillo also tutored four linemen and his tight end to all-conference accolades. Prior to joining the staff at Duquesne, Bricillo spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Indiana Area High School. The Shelocta, Pa., native and a graduate of Indiana High School, earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Duquesne in 1999 and completed his master’s in sports science and coaching from Akron in 2009.

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ASSISTANT COACH FRANK J. BUFFANO

FRANK J. BUFFANO

Inside Linebackers Second Year Arizona, 2006

Fra J. Buffano, a Youngstown naFrank tive, is in his second season with the tive Youngstown State football program Yo as an assistant coach for Eric Wolfor ford. In 2011, Buffano will coach the Penguins’ inside linebackers. Pe In 2010, Buffano coached YSU’s secondary. He had a second-team se all-league selection in cornerback allBra Brandian Ross. Another highlight on the season was an 87 87-yard yard intercep interception return by safety Will Shaw. It was the fourth-longest in school history. During the campaign, YSU started two true freshmen and one senior for the majority of the year. Prior to joining the YSU staff, he spent five seasons at Arizona in various capacities for Head Coach Mike Stoops helping turn the UA program around. In his last two seasons with the Wildcats, Buffano served as a defensive graduate assistant working under coordinator Mark Stoops. Buffano’s primary duties were working with the defensive backs. He coached the offensive scout team, broke down game film, and helped develop weekly game plans. He also had the duty of evaluating film of prospective student-athletes. In 2009, Arizona posted an 8-5 overall mark tying for second in the Pac-10 Conference. In 2008, UA reached its first bowl game in nine seasons and finished the campaign with an 8-5 mark as well. The Wildcats played in the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl in 2009 and the Pioneer Las Vegas Bowl in 2008. Prior to being elevated to the defensive graduate assistant position, Buffano worked for three years as a video graduate assistant in the operations side of the Wildcat program. As a video assistant he helped break down opponents video while working with the coaching staff on the weekly game plan. His early work at UA involved helping full-time staff coordinate the coaches clinic, football camps and team travel. The Cardinal Mooney graduate began his coaching career at his alma mater as an assistant coach for the legendary Don Bucci from 1990 through 1996. He worked with the running backs and defensive backs

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for the Cardinals. The program reached the state semifinals in 1990 and 1996. As a player, he was part of the Mooney squad that won the Division III State Championship in 1987. Buffano earned his bachelor’s degree in geography and regional development from Arizona in December 2006. He attended YSU in the early 1990s and was in private business in Ohio and Florida before joining the UA program in 2004. Frank and his wife, Kelley, have two daughters, Isabella and Gabriella.

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ASSISTANT COACH RON STOOPS

RON STOOPS JR.

Outside Linebackers DDirector i of H.S. Relations Second Year Youngstown St., 1980 A member of one of the most respected coaching families in the res nation, Ron Stoops Jr., is in his secna ond season as an assistant coach on for the Penguins. Stoops coaches the outside linebackers and as the program’s line Dir Director of High School Relations. In 2010, Stoops worked with the YSU safeties. After opening the year with a veteran unit, Stoops coached a true freshman and a sophomore for the majority of campaign. Freshman Donald D’Alesio had a strong debut season with 69 tackles, the second most on the squad. Sophomore Will Shaw had 48 tackles and returned an interception 87 yards versus league champ UNI. Prior to joining the YSU staff in 2010, Stoops spent the previous nine years as the defensive coordinator and running backs coach for Cardinal Mooney High School for P.J. Fecko. The Cardinals amassed an impressive 90-27 record during his tenure winning the Division III State Championship in 2009 and Division IV state crowns in 2004 and 2006 while advancing to the title games in 2005 and 2007. Most recently in 2009, the Cardinals were 15-0 and defeated Columbus St. Francis DeSales 35-7 in the title game. While at Mooney, Stoops coached numerous players who have gone on to earn Division I football scholarships. Prior to joining the Mooney staff, he spent 13 seasons (1987-99) as an assistant at Boardman High School. During his first season Boardman advanced to the Division I State Championship Game while in 1995, the Spartans reached the state semifinals. He coached for six years at Canton Central Catholic (1981-86) and spent his first year at Ursuline (1980) upon his graduation from YSU. While an undergraduate at Youngstown State, he coached for his uncle, Bob, at Youngstown South High School as an assistant in 1978 and 1979. Stoops graduated from YSU in 1980 bachelor’s degree in education and earned his master’s degree from Dayton. He taught Social Studies at Boardman while coaching at Mooney. He and his wife, Bonnie, have four children, Melanie, Ron, Joey and John. He is the oldest brother of Oklahoma Head Coach Bob Stoops, Arizona Head Coach Mike Stoops and Florida State Defensive Coordinator Mark Stoops.

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ASSISTANT COACH ANDRE COLEMAN

ANDRE COLEMAN

Wide Receivers Second Year Kansas State, 2011

An Andre Coleman, a former NFL wide receiver who excelled as a kick rerec turner, is in his second season as an tur assistant coach for Eric Wolford. In as 20 2011, Coleman assumes the role of wide receivers coach after working wid with the tight ends in 2010. wit In his first year in 2010, the Penguins’ tight ends combined for Pe 17 receptions and two touchdowns with veteran David Rogers and redshi redshirt freshman Carson Sharbaugh seeing the bulk of the action. YSU’s offense set a school record by averaging 412 yard per game, including 215 on the ground as the tight ends proved vital to the units blocking schemes. Coleman, who graduated from Hickory High School in nearby Hermitage, Pa., played on the offensive unit at Kansas State with YSU Head Coach Eric Wolford in the early 1990’s. After a stellar collegiate and high school career, Coleman spent five years in the NFL playing for San Diego, Seattle and Pittsburgh. As a kickoff returner, he had 193 returns for a total of 4,446 yards and scored four touchdowns. As a punt returner, he had 43 returns for 384 yards and a score. In 56 career games played, he caught 44 passes for 613 yards and three touchdowns in his NFL career. A two-time Pro Bowl Alternate, Coleman was named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Month on four occasions. As a member of the Chargers in 1994, Coleman helped San Diego win the AFC Championship and an appearance in Super Bowl XXIX. Against San Francisco, he established eight Super Bowl records, including a then-record 98-yard kickoff return for a touchdown. In the game he returned eight kickoffs for a total of 244 yards. As a rookie that year he returned 49 kickoffs for 1,293 yards and two touchdowns. He was named to the NFL All-Rookie squad as a kick returner. During the 1995 season, Coleman added punt returns to his repertoire. For the Chargers he returned 62 kickoffs for 1,411 yards, including two touchdowns and had 28 punt returns for 326 yards and a score. In 1996, he had his most productive campaign as a wide receiver catching 36 passes for 486 yards and two scores. He returned 55 kickoffs for 552 yards on the season. He played 10 games in 1997, two with Seattle and eight with the Steelers. Combined he returned 27 kickoffs for 487 yards, 24 of which came with Pittsburgh. In 1998, he returned 10 punts for 326 yards and

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a touchdown and caught four passes for 49 yards for the Black and Gold in four games. At Kansas State, Coleman accumulated 3,443 all-purpose yards in his 43-game career. He caught 95 passes for 1,556 yards; rushed seven times for 67 yards; returned 27 punts for 362 yards and returned 60 kickoffs for 1,458 yards. He caught 12 touchdown passes in his career. As a senior, he was a first-team All-Big Eight selection as a wide receiver catching 42 passes for 761 yards and six TDs. He was drafted by the Chargers in the third round of the 1994 NFL Draft as the No. 70 pick overall following his senior campaign. After retiring from the NFL, Coleman moved to Atlanta, Ga., where he became active in residential and commercial real estate. He has also been involved in many successful business ventures and worked for New Era Sports Consultants, a company which provided representation to professional football players. In high school, Coleman was a first-team all-state selection as a running back at Hickory High School. He rushed for a record-breaking 3,700 yards and 64 touchdowns in his final two seasons and was named 1990 Pennsylvania State Player of the Year. He led Hickory to its first Class AA State Championship in school history.

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ASSISTANT COACH ROLLEN SMITH

ROLLEN SMITH

Cornerbacks Second Year Arkansas, 1976

Ro Rollen Smith, a mentor of young men and community leader is in his me second year as an assistant coach se for the Penguins. Smith will coach the YSU cornerbacks in 2011, a year after ne serving as an assistant defensive se line coach. He also helps assist the strength and conditioning program str for the football team. He helped coach second-team All-Missouri Valley Football Conference defensive tackle Torrance Nicholson. A Youngstown native, Smith has been an assistant high school coach in Youngstown since 1980. He was at Youngstown South from 1980 through 1988. Smith then spent the next 20 seasons as an assistant under five different head coaches for the Youngstown Ursuline Irish. At Ursuline he coached the running backs and cornerbacks while also handling the strength and conditioning duties for the program. In his final two years, Ursuline won the state’s Division V Championship. The Irish were a perfect 15-0 in 2008 and went 11-3 in 2009. He was also a member of the staff in 2000 when the Irish won the Division IV crown posting a 14-1 mark. While with the program, he coached for Dick Angle, Scott Niedzwicki, Jim Vivo, Dan Murphy and Dan Reardon. Ursuline qualified for the state playoffs 13 times during his tenure. He has worked at the Martin P. Joyce Juvenile Justice Center since 1983 where he has been a group leader, supervisor, behavior specialist and director of programming. He is also a prevention specialist for the Mahoning County Chemical Dependency Program of Youngstown. Smith has served on the Mahoning County area AIDS task force since 1988, been a volunteer at the Boys & Girls Club of Youngstown since 1988 and been on the Mahoning Valley task force against crime since 1990. He has been involved with the Mahoning County Joint Vocational School, the Mahoning County Chemical Dependency Program, served as a case worker in Community Corrections and worked as a teacher and mentor at the Tod Vocational School. Smith was a standout defensive back in his two seasons with Arkansas. As a junior, he was a first-team All-Southwest Conference selection for coach Frank Broyles. He was a team captain in 1974 and following the season played in the Blue-Gray All-Star Classic. He was a sixth-round draft choice by the Cincinnati Bengals in 1975 and later signed with the St. Louis Cardinals before returning to Youngstown in 1980. He earned his degree from Arkansas in 1976 after earning an associates degree from Garden City Community College in 1973. A Youngstown native, he graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School. Smith has two sons, Rollen III, and Trevor.

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STRENGTH COACH MIKE COCHRAN

MIKE COCHRAN

SStrength t & Conditioning 12th Year YSU, 1992

Mi Cochran, who was the masterMike mind behind the Youngstown State mi football team’s strength and condifoo tioning program during the 1990’s, tio returned to YSU in the spring of ret 2011 as the Strength & Conditioning 20 coordinator for the department. A co former Penguin student-athlete, Cofor chran’s main focus will be handling ch the enhancement of the football program’s strength and conditioning efforts. Cochran previously served as the Penguins’ head strength and conditioning coach from 1996 through 2000 and as an assistant coach/ training specialist from 1990-95. While he was involved with the YSU football program, the school won FCS titles in 1991, 1993, 1994 and 1997 and finished second in 1992 and 1999. The Guins appeared in the postseason on eight occasions during his coaching tenure with Coach Jim Tressel. The Penguins’ last draft pick – defensive tackle Harry Deligianis in 1998 – came when Cochran was in charge of the program. Cochran spent the past 10 seasons on the FBS level with three schools. He followed Tressel to Ohio State in 2001 and spent four years as strength and conditioning assistant at Ohio State. There he worked under National Strength and Conditioning Hall of Fame member Allan Johnson. In 2002, the Buckeyes went 14-0 and defeated Miami (Fla.) in double overtime in the BCS Championship Game to win the school’s first national title since 1968. In Columbus, he helped develop strength and conditioning programs for 33 Buckeye NFL draft picks, including 14 that were selected in 2004. Additionally, he worked at some point with all five Ohio State first-round picks of the 2006 draft, including linebackers A.J. Hawk and Bobby Carpenter, center Nick Mangold, wide receiver Santonio Holmes and safety Donte Whitner. He took over the Marshall strength and conditioning program in 2005 and was part of the Thundering Herd staff through the 2009 campaign. At MU, he was on hand as Marshall made the transition into its state-ofthe-art 13,000 square foot Dunfee Weight Complex, which opened in 2006. While at Marshall, Cochran worked with draft pick Ahmad Bradshaw (New York Giants) and future NFL players Doug Legursky (center) and C.J. Spillman (defensive back). He spent the 2010 campaign at Akron as the director of strength and conditioning prior to returning to Youngstown. In his playing days, he was a standout linebacker and fullback for the Penguins from 1987-89 after joining the program from nearby Girard High School. As a senior team captain in 1989, he had a team-leading 133 tackles as he helped lead Youngstown State to the playoffs and a 9-4 record. In the two playoff games that year, he had 19 tackles and intercepted two passes against Furman in the final game of the season.

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In 1987 and 1988, Cochran used his talents on both sides of the football. Besides playing linebacker he was used as a fullback. He finished the 1988 season with 36 tackles and two interceptions, both in the same game. He had six rushing attempts for 16 yards and caught four passes. In 1987, he finished the year with 45 tackles. For his three seasons on the field, Cochran finished with 214 career stops. He played on the Penguins’ first I-AA playoff qualifier in 1987 as the team was co-Ohio Valley Champions. YSU qualified for the playoffs in two of his four seasons. In total, he was a student-athlete, undergraduate coach, graduate assistant, assistant strength and conditioning coach and full-time strength and conditioning coordinator from 1986-2000. Cochran earned his undergraduate degree in exercise science from Youngstown State in 1992 after spending two campaigns with the program as an undergraduate coach. He remained on staff as a graduate assistant the next two years. He was inducted into the Youngstown State Hall of Fame in 2000. At Girard High School, Cochran was an all-conference selection in football, basketball, baseball and track and field. He earned all-state honors in football in 1984 and 1985. He is a member of the Girard High School Hall of Fame. He and his wife, Traci, have two daughters, Mikayla and Raegan

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DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS DAN KOPP

DAN KOPP

Football Operations Fifth Year YSU, 1995 Da Kopp, a Youngstown native and Dan YSU graduate, is entering his fifth YS season as the Director of Football se Operations. In his role, Kopp works Op closely with Head Coach Eric clo Wolford and helps coordinate and Wo support all events and activities assu sociated with the football team. so Kopp is involved with the day to day operations of the program including practices, preseason camp arrangements, game operations, budget, youth camps, the Bob Dove Coaches Clinic, special events and team travel. He also works directly with several departments within athletics including administration, compliance and academics. Prior to stepping into the operations role, Kopp spent a year as an Account Executive for the Mahoning Valley Thunder, Youngstown’s Arena2 Football League franchise. For the Thunder, Kopp helped generate corporate partnerships, season ticket and individual ticket sales. In 2007, the front office earned the AF2’s President’s Award for Best Overall Team Operations. Kopp’s father, John spent nearly 40 years as a coach at several high schools in the Valley including Ursuline, Chaney, Wilson, Mooney and Fitch. He spent four years coaching football at Austintown Fitch High School before moving into his position with the Thunder. During that time he was a substitute teacher at Fitch. Kopp has private-sector business experience having worked at First Place Bank for eight years as a Branch Manager/Loan Originator. Kopp’s family has deep roots in sports. His brother Neal is an assistant athletic director and principal at Akron Coventry High School. Brian is the President of DeBartolo Sports & Entertainment in Tampa, Florida. Kopp also has two sisters, Leslie and a twin, Julie. Kopp’s parents (John and Gerry) are also YSU graduates and retired educators. His father played center for legendary YSU coach Dwight “Dike” Beede.

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FOOTBALL SUPPORT STAFF

JOHN DONEYKO

TREVOR PARKS

Head Athletic Trainer 26th Year Kent State, 1985

Sports Information Director 12th Year Nebraska, 1996

Head Athletic Trainer John Doneyko, ATC, continues to be one of the most dedicated and respected members of the athletic department. A 25-year member of the athletic training staff, he took over the role of Head Athletic Trainer for the Penguins prior to the 2008 season. Altogether, he oversees a staff of five trainers and four doctors. Doneyko is in his 25th season caring for Penguins student-athletes. In his previous 22 years he worked as an assistant trainer responsible for the Penguins men’s basketball program. During the 2004-05 season, “JD” as he is affectionately known, took part in his 500th YSU men’s basketball contest when the Penguins played at Missouri State on Dec. 3. A licensed athletic trainer in Ohio and a nationally-certified Athletic Trainer, Doneyko also worked closely with the YSU football team in his first 23 years and been part of the four championship teams. Doneyko graduated from Kent State with a bachelor’s of science degree in 1985 and received his master’s degree in athletic training from Ohio in 1986. John and his wife, Kathleen, reside in Cortland with their two sons, Kyle and Alex. Kyle is a graduate of YSU.

BRIAN KEIDEL

Assistant Coach and Video Coordinator Kansas, 2005 | Second Year Brian Keidel is in his second year with the Youngstown State football program. Keidel handles all video scouting, both opponent and self-scout, for the program. He is also the Penguins’ pro liason who works with NFL scouts on a daily basis setting up video and information sessions. Keidel comes to Youngstown State after spending time as an intern at Jacksonville. He spent two years as an intern with the Minnesota Vikings’ video department. He worked with the Kansas football staff in the 2006 and 2007 seasons before moving on to Minnesota. Keidel earned his degree in Journalism from the University of Kansas in 2005.

SAL GUAGLIARDO

Trevor Parks is in his 12th year as the Sports Information Director at Youngstown State. Parks manages all aspects of media relations for YSU’s 18 athletic programs. Parks oversees a talented six-person staff while handling media relations duties for the football team while working day-to-day with coaches from all YSU programs. He updates and provides general maintenance on YSUsports.com. Parks and his staff have accumulated several honors from CoSIDA. The football program was voted the Football Championship Subdivision’s “Best in the Nation” five times, including two of the past four seasons. In 2008, the football media guide finished fourth in the FCS ranks. He serves on the CoSIDA Division I Management committee and serves as the vice chair for the FCS portion of that group. Prior to joining the athletic department in 2000, he spent a year as the women’s sports information director at Chattanooga in 1999. He served a twoyear internship with the Nebraska Sports Information Office from 1997-99. Parks earned his bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the University of Nebraska in 1996. Trevor and his wife, Pennie, reside in Austintown with their dog, Bailee.

GEORGE CLARKE Undergraduate Offense Assistant

George Clarke, a former two-year starting offensive lineman at perennialpower Youngstown Cardinal Mooney High School, is in his second year as an undergraduate student assistant. He joined the YSU coaching staff in the spring of 2010 working with the offensive line and assistant coach Carmen Bricillo. Clarke comes to YSU after spending three years at the University of Rochester in New York. He played two years with the Yellowjackets and spent a third as an undergraduate coach after medical issues ended his playing career. For the program, he worked as an equipment manager, served as a videographer, and assisted the offensive coaching staff. While at Mooney, Clarke was a member of the 2005 State Championship squad as a junior and was a senior on the runner-up team in 2006. He also participated in track and field and bowling for the Cardinals. He earned nine letters while in high school. He is majoring in Secondary Education at YSU. George has two sisters and is the son of Madeline and David Clarke.

Undergraduate Defense Assistant

Sal Guagliardo, a native of Tampa, Fla., is in his third year as a member of the Youngstown State coaching staff as an undergraduate student assistant. He joined the Penguin coaching staff in 2008. He works with the defensive staff on gamedays, the offseason and throughout the week. Guagliardo graduated from Jesuit High School 2008. He suffered two knee injuries while playing football and became a student coach his senior season for Jesuit for Coach Joe Ross. Prior to coming to YSU, he worked for Berkley Prep Football under coach Dom Ciao. He is the son of Sal and Cathy Guagliardo and has two sisters. He is majoring in business at YSU.

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Under Armour is the official apparel provider of the Youngstown State football program.

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18 2 29 16 7 61 35 8 2 45 82 7 39 5 90 66 99 73 54 75 1 46 63 67 48 15 57 12 16 5 44 60 41 19 93 56 10 59 81 55 77 87 71 78 25 98 97 3 15 42 22 25

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Name e Nate Adams Patrick Angle Andre Barboza* Adaris Bellamy* Jelani Berassa* Tahir Blount Jamarious Boatwright* Mark Brandenstein* David Brown Christian Bryan Nick Buonavolonta Adam Charles Ali Cheaib* Zach Conlan Jamaine Cook** Donald D’Alesio* Devont’a Davis Nick DeKraker Kintrell Disher Ely Ducatel* Cy Edison Jeremey Edwards Obinna Ekweremuba* Chris Elkins* Josh Fenderson Brandon Ferguson Danny Fernback Eric Franklin Josh Garner* Nathan Gibbs Brandon Green Bryce Grimm David Hampton Juilian Harrell* Fred Herdman Kurt Hess* Gannon Hulea* Demond Hymes Andrew Johnson* Kevin Johnson Quentin Jones Marc Kanetsky*** Emmanuel Kromah Zach Larson* Josh Lee*** Chuck Lengyel Nick Liste* Lamar Mady D.J. Main** Jordan Markota Santiago Mason J.P. May Jimmy May, Jr. D.J. Moss* Eric Myers Dante Nania Brandon Neal Blake Novotny Dubem Nwadiogbu Torrian Pace*

Pos. TE QB WR TB WR SS CB LB PK WR CB QB LB C TB CB CB DE WR WR LB SS DE OG DE OT LB OT FS LS OG OG LB WR OG QB FS TB DT LB DT QB DT C CB DE P OG OT TE OG OT CB DT DT QB CB DE LB TB

Ht. 6-5 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-4 6-0 5-11 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-9 6-0 6-2 6-0 5-9 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-2 6-8 6-1 6-7 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-5 6-1 6-2 6-5 6-3 6-1 5-9 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-1 6-3 5-10 6-1 5-10 6-3 6-6 6-2 6-5 6-6 6-1 5-11 6-3 6-0 5-10 6-2 6-2 5-10

Wt. 250 220 215 220 215 185 195 215 180 180 180 215 220 310 205 185 175 255 200 210 230 210 260 285 240 300 215 340 205 225 250 320 200 220 285 235 215 190 285 225 305 195 245 310 195 240 185 315 310 215 320 275 175 285 240 190 170 225 225 225

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

Hometown/High School/Previous Newark, Ohio/Newark Catholic Logan, Ohio/Logan Hyannis, Mass./Barnstable/Erie CC Dunedin, Fla./Dunedin/Fork Union Miami, Fla./Miami Killian College Park, Ga./Westlake Largo, Fla./Largo Boardman, Ohio/Cardinal Mooney Ojai, Calif./Nordhoff/Ventura CC Irwin, Pa./Norwin Boardman, Ohio/Boardman Girard, Ohio/Girard/Akron Dunedin, Fla./Dunedin Liberty, Ohio/Ursuline Cleveland, Ohio/Midpark Youngstown, Ohio/Cardinal Mooney Gainesville, Fla./Gainesville/Miami (Fla.) Marne, Mich./Coopersville/Grand Rapids CC Orangeburg, S.C./Orangeburg-Wilkinson Naples, Fla./Lely East Liverpool, Ohio/Wellsville Los Angeles, Calif./Narbonne/Compton College Orlu, Nigeria/A-Z International Beaver Falls, Pa./Beaver Falls Detroit, Mich./Henry Ford/Rochester CTC Beloit, Ohio/West Branch Boardman, Ohio/Boardman Youngstown, Ohio/Cardinal Mooney Dayton, Ohio/Chaminade-Julienne Chino Hills, Calif./Chino Hills Tampa, Fla./Tampa Catholic/Hargrave Military Warren, Ohio/Champion Cincinnati, Ohio/Winton Woods Harrisburg, Pa./Bishop-McDevitt/Miami (Ohio) Scottsdale, Ariz./Pinnacle Dayton, Ohio/Chaminade-Julienne Poland, Ohio/Poland Warren, Ohio/Warren Harding Detroit, Mich./Southeastern/Bowling Green Boardman, Ohio/Boardman Columbus, Ohio/Northland/UTEP Hubbard, Ohio/Hubbard Trenton, N.J./Hamilton West Youngstown, Ohio/Cardinal Mooney Lutz, Fla./Freedom Columbiana, Ohio/South Range/Mount Union Niles, Ohio/Niles McKinley Topeka, Kan./Topeka/Butler County CC Strongsville, Ohio/Strongsville Girard, Ohio/Ursuline Cleveland, Ohio/Warren Harding/Texas College Columbus, Ohio/Thomas Worthington Warren, Ohio/Warren Harding Austintown, Ohio/Austintown Fitch Wooster, Ohio/Triway Greensburg, Pa./Hempfield Area Liberty Township, Ohio/Lakota West/Campbellsville Hubbard, Ohio/Hubbard Atlanta, Ga./Peachtree Ridge Chantilly, Va./Chantilly

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Name Stephen Page Chadd Parker Mark Pratt Luis Quinones Andrew Radakovich** Dom Rich* David Rogers** Davion Rogers Matt Romeo John Sasson*** Nate Schkurko*** Scott Sentner*** Carson Sharbaugh* Will Shaw* Andrew Sinko* Kyle Sirl* Zach Smith Thomas Sprague* Aronde Stanton Daniel Stewart* Trevor Strickland Andre Stubbs Deonta Tate*** Tim Taumoepeau Parnell Taylor Sir Aaron Taylor Brandon Thomas Mike Thomas Jordan Thompson* Tony Twillie Kevin Watts* Pat White* Andrew Williams Deionte Williams* Teven Williams Travis Williams Steve Zaborsky

Pos. OG LB C DE OT LB TE LB CB LB LS SS TE TE OG DT PK LB DT DE DE WR LB DE TB FS CB CB TB LB WR WR WR CB LB LB DE

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

Wt. 285 230 320 250 325 230 255 215 165 240 195 215 250 240 280 255 160 225 290 255 245 160 245 250 190 210 185 170 220 230 220 225 170 200 220 215 240

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

Hometown/High School/Previous Newton Falls, Ohio/Newton Falls Erie, Pa./Fort Leboeuf/Alfred State Tooele, Utah/Tooele/Snow JC Compton, Calif./Lynwood/West Los Angeles Steubenville, Ohio/Steubenville/Penn State Canfield, Ohio/Canfield Kent, Ohio/Roosevelt Warren, Ohio/Warren Harding Boardman, Ohio/Boardman Pittsburgh, Pa./Fox Chapel Twinsburg, Ohio/Twinsburg McDonald, Ohio/McDonald New Wilmington, Pa./New Wilmington Baltimore, Md./Highland/Mesa CC Strongsville, Ohio/Strongsville Westfield, Ohio/Cloverleaf Zanesville, Ohio/Philo Gainesville, Ga./Gainesville Detroit, Mich./Martin Luther King/Grand Rapids CC/Northwood Long Beach, Calif./Bellflower/El Camino CC Clyde, Ohio/Clyde Maple Heights, Ohio/Maple Heights Palmetto, Fla./Palmetto Boardman, Ohio/Boardman Ravenna, Ohio/Ravenna Carmel, N.Y./Lincoln Hall/Alfred State Cameron, S.C./Calhoun County Youngstown, Ohio/East Cincinnati, Ohio/Lakota West Erie, Pa./Strong Vincent Middletown, Ohio/Middletown Warren, Ohio/Warren Harding/Alfred State Bowman, S.C./Bethune-Bowman Miami, Fla./Northwestern/West Hills CC Huber Heights, Ohio/Wayne Norfolk, Va./Lake Taylor/Miami (Fla.) Mineral Ridge, Ohio/Austintown Fitch

Coaching Staff Head Coach: Eric Wolford | Second Season (Kansas State, 1994) Assistant Coaches and Staff: Tom Sims | Pittsburgh, 1990; Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Line Rick Kravitz | Troy, 1977; Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Shane Montgomery | N.C. State, 1990; Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Louie Matsakis | Emporia State, 2000; Special Teams/Running Backs/Recruiting Coord. Carmen Bricillo | Duquesne, 1999; Offensive Line Frank J. Buffano | Arizona, 2006; Inside Linebackers Mauro Monz | Duquesne, 1996; Tight Ends Andre Coleman | Kansas State, 2011; Wide Receivers Rollen Smith | Arkansas, 1976; Cornerbacks Ron Stoops Jr. | Youngstown State, 1980; Outside Linebackers/Director of H.S. Relations Mike Cochran | Youngstown State, 1992; Strength & Conditioning Brian Keidel | Kansas, 2005; Assistant Coach/Video Dan Kopp | Youngstown State, 1995; Director of Football Operations George Clarke | Offensive Student Assistant Sal Guagliardo | Defensive Student Assistant

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Name Josh Garner* Andre Barboza* Devont’a Davis Christian Bryan Teven Williams Dante Nania Travis Williams Andre Stubbs Jeremey Edwards Demond Hymes Deonta Tate*** Jelani Berassa* Ali Cheaib* Ely Ducatel* Donald D’Alesio* Adaris Bellamy* Josh Lee*** Will Shaw* Davion Rogers Kevin Watts* Kurt Hess* David Rogers** Patrick Angle Brandon Neal Juilian Harrell* Gannon Hulea* Adam Charles Tahir Blount David Brown Daniel Stewart* Marc Kanetsky*** Dom Rich* Sir Aaron Taylor Dubem Nwadiogbu Mike Thomas Scott Sentner*** Jimmy May, Jr. Torrian Pace* Brandon Thomas Parnell Taylor Nick Buonavolonta Chadd Parker Matt Romeo Zach Smith Jordan Thompson* Kyle Sirl* Thomas Sprague* Jamaine Cook** Tony Twillie Cy Edison Quentin Jones Blake Novotny Andrew Johnson* Nate Adams Nick DeKraker Nathan Gibbs David Hampton Tim Taumoepeau Steve Zaborsky John Sasson***

Pos. FS WR CB WR LB QB LB WR SS TB LB WR LB WR CB TB CB TE LB WR QB TE QB CB WR FS QB SS PK DE QB LB FS LB CB SS CB TB CB TB CB LB CB PK TB DT LB TB LB LB DT DE DT TE DE LS LB DE DE LB

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

Wt. 205 215 175 180 220 190 215 160 210 190 245 215 220 210 185 220 195 240 215 220 235 255 220 170 220 215 215 185 180 255 195 230 210 225 170 215 175 225 185 190 180 230 165 160 220 255 225 205 230 230 305 225 285 250 255 225 200 250 240 240

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

Hometown/High School/Previous Dayton, Ohio/Chaminade-Julienne Hyannis, Mass./Barnstable/Erie CC Gainesville, Fla./Gainesville/Miami (Fla.) Irwin, Pa./Norwin Huber Heights, Ohio/Wayne Greensburg, Pa./Hempfield Area Norfolk, Va./Lake Taylor/Miami (Fla.) Maple Heights, Ohio/Maple Heights Los Angeles, Calif./Narbonne/Compton College Warren, Ohio/Warren Harding Palmetto, Fla./Palmetto Miami, Fla./Miami Killian Dunedin, Fla./Dunedin Naples, Fla./Lely Youngstown, Ohio/Cardinal Mooney Dunedin, Fla./Dunedin/Fork Union Lutz, Fla./Freedom Baltimore, Md./Highland/Mesa CC Warren, Ohio/Warren Harding Middletown, Ohio/Middletown Dayton, Ohio/Chaminade-Julienne Kent, Ohio/Roosevelt Logan, Ohio/Logan Liberty Township, Ohio/Lakota West/Campbellsville Harrisburg, Pa./Bishop-McDevitt/Miami (Ohio) Poland, Ohio/Poland Girard, Ohio/Girard/Akron College Park, Ga./Westlake Ojai, Calif./Nordhoff/Ventura CC Long Beach, Calif./Bellflower/El Camino CC Hubbard, Ohio/Hubbard Canfield, Ohio/Canfield Carmel, N.Y./Lincoln Hall/Alfred State Atlanta, Ga./Peachtree Ridge Youngstown, Ohio/East McDonald, Ohio/McDonald Warren, Ohio/Warren Harding Chantilly, Va./Chantilly Cameron, S.C./Calhoun County Ravenna, Ohio/Ravenna Boardman, Ohio/Boardman Erie, Pa./Fort Leboeuf/Alfred State Boardman, Ohio/Boardman Zanesville, Ohio/Philo Cincinnati, Ohio/Lakota West Westfield, Ohio/Cloverleaf Gainesville, Ga./Gainesville Cleveland, Ohio/Midpark Erie, Pa./Strong Vincent East Liverpool, Ohio/Wellsville Columbus, Ohio/Northland/UTEP Hubbard, Ohio/Hubbard Detroit, Mich./Southeastern/Bowling Green Newark, Ohio/Newark Catholic Marne, Mich./Coopersville/Grand Rapids CC Chino Hills, Calif./Chino Hills Cincinnati, Ohio/Winton Woods Boardman, Ohio/Boardman Mineral Ridge, Ohio/Austintown Fitch Pittsburgh, Pa./Fox Chapel

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Name Danny Fernback Lamar Mady Zach Larson* Fred Herdman Chuck Lengyel Kevin Johnson Zach Conlan Brandon Green Stephen Page Chris Elkins* Bryce Grimm Santiago Mason Andrew Radakovich** Brandon Ferguson Andrew Sinko* Eric Franklin Mark Pratt D.J. Main** J.P. May Andrew Williams Nick Liste* Kintrell Disher Pat White* Nate Schkurko*** Carson Sharbaugh* Jordan Markota Obinna Ekweremuba* Trevor Strickland Luis Quinones Emmanuel Kromah Aronde Stanton Eric Myers D.J. Moss* Josh Fenderson

Redshirts Jamarious Boatwright* Deionte Williams*

Pos. LB OG C OG DE LB C OG OG OG OG OG OT OT OG OT C OT OT WR P WR WR LS TE TE DE DE DE DT DT DT DT DE

Ht. 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-5 6-6 6-8 6-4 6-7 6-3 6-6 6-6 6-2 5-10 6-4 6-6 6-2 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-6 6-3 6-1 6-2 6-3 5-11 6-2

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Coaching Staff Head Coach: Eric Wolford | Second Season (Kansas State, 1994) Assistant Coaches and Staff: Tom Sims | Pittsburgh, 1990; Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Line Rick Kravitz | Troy, 1977; Defensive Coordinator/Safeties Shane Montgomery | N.C. State, 1990; Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Louie Matsakis | Emporia State, 2000; Special Teams/Running Backs/Recruiting Coord. Carmen Bricillo | Duquesne, 1999; Offensive Line Frank J. Buffano | Arizona, 2006; Inside Linebackers Mauro Monz | Duquesne, 1996; Tight Ends Andre Coleman | Kansas State, 2011; Wide Receivers Rollen Smith | Arkansas, 1976; Cornerbacks Ron Stoops Jr. | Youngstown State, 1980; Outside Linebackers/Director of H.S. Relations Mike Cochran | Youngstown State, 1992; Strength & Conditioning Brian Keidel | Kansas, 2005; Assistant Coach/Video Dan Kopp | Youngstown State, 1995; Director of Football Operations George Clarke | Offensive Student Assistant Sal Guagliardo | Defensive Student Assistant

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NATE ADAMS

#44 | Tight End RR-Freshman | 6-5 | 250 Newark, Ohio Newark Catholic H.S. 2010 (FRESHMAN): Redshirted... scout team Offensive Player of the Week against Illinois State. HIGH SCHOOL: Third-team All-Ohio Division VI selection as a senior tight end...first-team all-district and all-region pick...caught 37 passes for 715 yards, an average of 19.3 per catch...team captain as a senior...as a junior, was a first-team all-conference, all-region and all-district pick...had 38 receptions for 732 yards and nine touchdowns...Newark Catholic won Division VI state championship his sophomore year in 2007... coach was Bill Franks...also played basketball and baseball...played in state championship game in all three sports during high school career...earned four letters in basketball and two in baseball...was an honorable-mention all-district selection in basketball as a junior...helped program win first district title since 1976 and made first regional final in 51 years...Newark Catholic was 21-5...was part of baseball team that reached state semifinals in Division IV...played third base...member of National Honor Society and the honor roll. PERSONAL: Parents are Rita and Tony Adams...has a brother...born Nov. 16, 1991...major is pre-business finance...recipient of the 2011-12 Ray Travaglini Scholarship.

PATRICK ANGLE

#14 | Quarterback RR-Freshman | 6-1 | 220 Logan, Ohio Logan H.S. 2010 (FRESHMAN): Redshirted... was scout team Offensive Player of the Week against Central Connecticut State. HIGH SCHOOL: Ohio Division II Offensive Player of the Year, Southeastern Ohio Athletic League North Division Player of the Year, Southeast District D-II Offensive Player of the Year as a senior...first-team all-state and all-district selection...also first-team all-state, district player of the year and league player of the year as a junior...only second player in school history to be SEOAL Player of the Year in consecutive seasons...holder of 15 LHS single-game, season and career passing records...selected to play in Ohio North-South Classic...as a senior, completed 193-of-302 attempts for 2,546 yards and 26 touchdowns... rushed for 418 yards on 117 carries and had eight touchdowns...Chieftains won first 11 games of season before losing to Brookhaven in playoffs...had eight 200-yard passing games with a high of 283 vs. Gallia Academy...was a perfect 15-of-15 against Hamilton...had four touchdown passes three times... played in the secondary and was the team’s punter...played in the North-South All-Star Classic in summer of 2010...as a junior, completed 177-of-286 passes for 2,496 yards and 25 TDs...rushed for 557 yards on 149 carries and seven touchdowns...had two 300-yard passing games with high of 325 vs. Pickerington North...threw four touchdown passes vs. Ironton...Chieftains were 11-1 losing to Louisville in playoffs...coach was Dale Amyx...led team to a league

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record-tying 34 straight SEOAL victories, and a school record-tying 29 straight regular-season wins...played basketball and baseball...scored more than 1,000 points in basketball...academic all-league selection all four years. PERSONAL: Parents are Jennifer and Jeff Angle and the late Debby Angle... has three sisters and two brothers...born August 11, 1991...major is undetermined.

ANDRE BARBOZA

#1 | Wide Receiver Senior | 6-2 | 215 Hyannis, Mass. Barnstable H.S./Erie CC B 2010 (JUNIOR): Played in all 11 games and started against Illinois State...caught three passes for 86 yards and one touchdown...had a season-long 48-yard reception against Indiana State...caught a 33-yard touchdown pass against UNI...first career reception came in opener at Penn State...grab was for five yards against the Nittany Lions...earned his first letter. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Saw time at wide receiver and quarterback...team won the Region III Championship...coach was Dennis Greene. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year letterwinner at Branstable...coache was Paul Demanche. PERSONAL: Parents are Mary Ann and Sam Barboza...has two brothers...born April 16, 1989...major is general studies.

ADARIS BELLAMY

#5 | Tailback SSophomore o | 5-10 | 220 Duedin, Fla. Fork Union | Dunedin H.S. Fo

2010 | FRESHMAN: Named to the Missouri Valley Football Conference’s All-Newcomer team...rushed 110 times for 545 yards and tied for the team lead with 11 touchdowns...the 11 scores tied the school record for most in a season by a freshman (Adrian Brown, 1996)...averaged five yards per carry and 49.5 yards a game...had four multi-touchdown games, including three-score performance at Western Illinois…had two TDs against Central Connecticut State, Southern Illinois and Indiana State…had a season-high 156 yards on 21 carries against North Dakota State…had a long run of 33 against South Dakota State…also had TDs against UNI and NDSU…rushed for 421 yards on 84 carries and scored seven touchdowns in MVFC play…caught 10 passes for 59 yards, including four versus NDSU...had a high of 26 yards on two grabs against CCSU...had 78 yards on 18 rushes against Indiana State... had 71 on 17 totes at WIU...named Haines Family Player of the Game (Radio) against North Dakota State...earned his first letter. FORK UNION: Attended the prep school from fall of 2009 through spring 2010. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-star prospect...ranked 43rd-best prospect at running back by ESPN...rated 73rd-best prospect at running back by Scout.com...second-best inside runner among running backs according to Rivals.com...ranked

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JELANI BERASSA

#6 | Wide Receiver Sophomore | 6-4 | 215 S Miami, Fla. Killian H.S. 2010 20 | SOPHOMORE: Redshirted after suffering a season-ending knee injury in suf fall camp. 2009 | FRESHMAN: Played in all 11 20 games as a reserve wide receiver... ga caught four passes for 48 yards...had cau single sin receptions in four games...caught passes of 16 yards at Indiana State, 13 pas at Southern Illinois, 12 against Western S Illinois and seven at UNI...credited with Illin 167 snaps played a high of 23 snaps against l d by b the h coaching hi staff...played ff Indiana State...also saw game action on kickoff returns and on punt returns... one of three true freshmen to see action...earned his first letter. HIGH SCHOOL: Honorable-mention All-Dade County 6A-4A selection as a wide receiver by the Miami Herald...selected to play in the Miami-Dade High School Football All-Star Gridiron Classic...team won district championship...Cougars were 10-3...lost in playoffs to power Miami Northwestern...coach was Steve Smith... also played basketball...was a starter at forward and team captain. PERSONAL: Parents are Vivienne Crawford and Kelvin Berassa...born April 29, 1991...has two brothers and three sisters...is the youngest of six children...father was born in Trinidad and mother was born in Jamaica...major is undetermined.

JAAMARIOUS BOATWRIGHT

Cornerback SSophomore | 5-11 | 195 Largo, Fla. Largo H.S.

2011 | SOPHOMORE: Will redshirt this season after suffering season-ending knee injury during spring practice. 2010 | FRESHMAN: Played in all 11 games and started three contests... finished with 18 total tackles, including 15 solo stops...had a of four stops at South Dakota State and Illinois State... recorded three solos and one assist in each game...had three solo tackles against Western Illinois and Indiana State...had single stops against UNI, Southern Illinois, Missouri State and North Dakota State...forced a fumble on a kickoff return at WIU...had four pass breakups, including two at Western...had breakups versus Missouri State and UNI...earned his first letter. HIGH SCHOOL: First-team All-Florida selection by SunStateFootball.com (all classifications)...first-team all-Suncoast selection and all-Pinellas Country selection...led Pinellas County in interceptions...played wide receiver and cornerback...had eight interceptions, returning two for touchdowns...returned a picksix 90 yards against Boca Ciega...returned an interception 76 yards versus Leto...credited with 43 tackles...caught 12 passes for 163 yards and two touchdowns...was a two-year starter...as a senior, Packers were 9-3 losing in Class 4A region semifinals...as a junior, had 25 tackles and two interceptions...coach was Rick Rodriquez...also competed in track and field. PERSONAL: Parents are Lynn Boatwright and Steve Gamble...has a brother and a sister...born Nov. 6, 1991...is a cousin of YSU tailback Adaris Bellamy... major is exercise science.

DAVID BROWN

#18 | Placekicker Junior | 5-10 | 180 Ojai, Calif. Ventura CC/Nordhoff H.S. Ve

TAHIR BLOUNT

#17 | Strong Safety Freshman | 6-0 | 185 College Park, Ga. Westlake H.S. HIGH SCHOOL: As a senior, set school record for pass breakups...had 28 tackles, one interception and two pass breakups as a junior...advanced to the playoffs on two straight seasons...three-year letterwinner...coach was Greg Minnis...was a member of the honor roll. PERSONAL: Parents are Iree Blount and Marcus Ball...has a brother and a sister...born Sept. 24, 1992...academic interest is graphic design.

JUNIOR COLLEGE: Ranked as the JU 17th-best placekicker by Chris Sailer 17 (chrissailerkicking.com) for class of (ch 2011...is ranked as the No. 2 junior 20 college kicker for the class of 2011... co second-team All-Northern Conference sec selection in 2010...was 34-of-38 on sel PAT attempts and 8-of-16 on field-goal tries...scored 58 points, second most trie on the squad...had a long make of 47 and 51...had kickoffs d a llong attempt tt t off 51 h d 57 ki k ff for an average of 56.8 yards...had four solo tackles...coach was Steve Mooshagian...originally attended San Diego State out of high school, where he redshirted in 2008. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a first-team all-league and All-Ventura County selection... made 15-of-19 field goals as a senior...converted 34 PATs for a total of 79 points on the season...had a long of 54 yards, which was a school record...15 made field goals was also a school mark...helped lead the Rangers to a runnerup finish in the CIF-Southern Section Northwest Division...team won a share of the Tri-Valley League...kicked the winning field goal three times, including a 2320 victory over Nipomo in the playoffs...had game-winner vs. rival Oak Park... earned two letters...coach was Cliff Farrar...also played baseball and soccer. PERSONAL: Parents are Laura and Kenneth Brown...has a sister...born August 20, 1990...major is pre-business management.

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CHRISTIAN BRYAN

#2 | Wide Receiver FFreshman | 5-10 | 180 Irwin, Pa. Norwin H.S. HIG SCHOOL: First-team All-Quad HIGH South Conference selection as a multiSo purpose pur player...Honorable-Mention All-WesternPAFootball.net Big School AllTeam (Class AAA-Class AAAA)...as a Tea senior, caught 39 passes for 644 and sen six touchdowns, four which came in one game...averaged 16.5 yards per catch and had a long grab of 71...had cat 32 rushes for 183 yards, including a long ong of 62 62...completed completed a 62 62-yard yard touchdo touchdown pass...returned 25 kickoffs for 423 yards and seven punts for 51 yards...on defense, credited with 63 tackles 38 solos, 25 assists and had two interceptions (one of which came against YSU quarterback Dante Nania)...Knights qualified for WPIAL playoffs...team captain as a senior...was a four-year starter...as a junior was a second-team all-conference selection...part of the Knights squad that was Class A WPIAL Champions and PIAA state runners-up...was a four-year letterwinner...coach as a senior was Art Tragesser...had three head coaches during career...also played basketball. PERSONAL: Parents are Christine and Richard Bryan...has two brothers...born Sept. 6, 1992...academic interest is math education.

NICK BUONAVOLONTA

#29 | Cornerback Freshman | 5-9 | 180 Boardman, Ohio Boardman H.S.

HIG HIGH SCHOOL: First-team All-Federal Lea League and second-team Division I AllAll-Northeast Inland District selection as a senior...played running back and co cornerback...Boardman posted a 6-4 ma mark...rushed for 973 yards during the year...received the Archie Griffin Award...second-team All-Federal Lea League and Honorable-Mention Division IA All-Northeast Inland District selection i S t h d th i i I Regional Quarterfinals in 2009 goas a jjunior...Spartans reached the Di Division ing 7-4 on the year...was a three-time letterwinner...coach was D.J. Ogilvie...also competed in track and field. PERSONAL: Parents are Gina and Vick Buonavolonta...has a brother...brother attended YSU...born Feb. 16, 1993...academic interest is accounting.

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ADAM CHARLES

#16 | Quarterback RR-Freshman | 6-0 | 215 Girard, Ohio Girard H.S. Akron AK AKRON: Was a member of the Zips pro program in 2010...redshirted. HIG SCHOOL: As a senior, was a HIGH thir third-team All-Ohio Division IV...was a first-team all-Trumbull County, firsttea team All-American Confernce Blue Div Division and first-team All-Northeast Inlan District pick...threw for a schoolland record 2 773 yards and 27 touchdowns 2,773 touchdowns...tied school single-season record for touchdown passes...had 444 yards rushing and four scores...was 12th in passing yardage in the state...was a Big 22 Finalist by myvallesports.com... played in the MVCA Jack Arvin Memorial Classic in 2009...set the Girard career record throwing for 5,262 yards and 38 touchdowns...also had six career rushing scores...coach was Bud McSuley...also played basketball and was an all-conference selection. PERSONAL: Parents are Elizabeth and Robert Charles...has a brother...born May 26, 1991...major is criminal justice.

ALI CHEAIB

#7 | Linebacker So Sophomore | 6-2 | 220 Dunedin, Fla. Dunedin H.S.

2010 | FRESHMAN: Played in 10 games as a member of special teams and reserve linebacker...credited with six tackles, including a solo...all tackles came on kickoff returns...had one solo and one assist at Western Illinois...had two assists versus Central Connecticut State...had assists against Butler and North Dakota State...recovered a fumble on a kickoff return against Southern Illinois...earned his first letter. HIGH SCHOOL: Honorable-mention all-county selection as a senior...missed time because of injury...was a team captain...Defensive MVP, at 2009 Pinellas County All-Star Game...only returning starter on teams defense in 2009...as a junior, was a third-team all-state pick...Falcons were 8-3 losing to St. Petersburg 20-10 in region quarterfinals...team MVP as a junior...coach was Mark Everett. PERSONAL: Parents are Nouhad and Mike Cheaib...has three sisters and two brothers...born Dec. 17, 1991...major is business administration.

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ZACH CONLAN

#61 | Center Freshman | 6-0 | 310 Liberty, Ohio Ursuline H.S. HIG SCHOOL: First-team Division V HIGH All-Ohio selection as a senior...selected Allto the area’s Big 22 by myvalleysports. com...first-team Division V Northeast co Inland All-District pick...selected to Inla play for the North in the Ohio Northpla South Classic in April 2011...starter So on the offensive line for three straight Division V state championship teams... Div became first player to earn lineman-ofbec the-year th honors h in i consecutive ti seasons...was a blocker for running back Akise Teague, who was named Ohio’s Mr. Football...Ursuline beat Coldwater 51-21 in title game...Irish had 611 total offensive yards, including 492 rushing in title game...team averaged more than 350 yards rushing per game...posted a 15-0 season in 2010...first-team Division I All-Ohio pick as a junior...first-team Division V Northeast Inland All-District pick...Ursuline was 11-3 in 2009, defeating Coldwater 55-25 in the Division V State Championship Game... as a sophomore, Irish posted a 15-0 mark, beating Findlay Liberty-Benton 21-0 in title contest...was a four-year letterwinner...Ursuline lost in state final his freshman year...was a fouryear letterwinner...coach was Dan Reardon...also competed in weightlifting. PERSONAL: Parents are Kathy and Mike Conlan...has a brother and a sister... parents attended YSU...born Aug. 26, 1992...academic interest is business.

JAMAINE COOK

171.6 all-purpose yards per game...led the MVFC in all-purpose yards per game average...at Illinois State had 311 yards (213 rushing, 50 on kickoff returns and 49 receiving)...had 265 against CCSU (179-75-11)...had seven runs of 30 yards or longer...averaged 6.8 yards per carry on third down on 22 carries...118 of his 241 attempts came on first down...had seven touchdown runs on first down... had 41 attempts in the Red Zone...selected as HBK Offensive Player of the Game against Central Connecticut State, Missouri State, Western Illinois and Illinois State...tabbed Haines Family Player of the Game (Radio) against CCSU, UNI and Illinois State...earned his second letter. 2009 | FRESHMAN: Played in 10 games as a backup tailback and kickoff returner...finished the year with 110 yards on 20 carries...had rushing attempts in six games...had a season-high 45 yards on a season-best six carries versus Austin Peay...had a season-long gain of 19 versus the Governors...had four carries for 28 yards against Southern Illinois...had five rushes for 22 yards against South Dakota State...caught two passes for eight yards...had receptions against South Dakota State and UNI...was second on the team with nine kickoff returns for 191 yards...had a high of two returns for 69 yards against UNI...had a season-long return of 37 versus the Panthers...did not play at Northeastern...one of three true freshmen to see action...earned his first letter...named W.O.W./Derek Pixley Hit of the Week versus Western Illinois. HIGH SCHOOL: Special-Mention All-Ohio Division I selection…Division I Northeast Lakes All-District first-team selection…rushed for 1,431 yards and 23 touchdowns as a senior…accounted for 2,008 all-purpose yards…had 305 yards and scored four touchdowns against Olmsted Falls…also returned kickoffs…had a kickoff return for touchdown against Amherst…had 285 yards and five touchdowns against Orange…Meteors were 4-6…named first-team All-Southwestern Conference as a senior and a junior…had 1,005 yards and 13 touchdowns…also had 400 yards receiving…set school records for career rushing yards, touchdowns in a game, rushing yards in a game and touchdowns in a season...posted a total of 10 school marks...selected to play in the Cuyahoga County East-West All-Star Game for the West...coach was Vern Long...earned four letters...was a team captain...also played basketball and competed in track and field...named to honor roll. PERSONAL: Parents are Michelle Cook and Tony Dehaney...born Aug. 19, 1991... has four sisters and two brothers...major is accounting.

DONALD D’ALESIO

#35 | Tailback Junior | 5-9 | 205 Cleveland, Ohio Midpark H.S.

20 | SOPHOMORE: Named second2010 team All-Missouri Valley Football Confertea ence...selected as team’s John Delseenc rone MVP...played in all 11 games, startron ing 10...rushed for 1,276 yards on 241 carries and scored 11 touchdowns… car averaged 116.0 yards per game and ave 5.3 per carry...in MVFC action had 973 yards on 199 attempts and scored eight yar touchdowns…had six 100-yard rushing tou efforts ff t highlighted hi hli ht d by b season-high hi h 213-yard 213 d effort on 43 carries at Illinois State… the 43 carries tied for the second most in a game in school history...rushed for more than 100 yards five times in league play…had 167 yards on 26 carries and two scores at Missouri State...scored on a career-long 71-yard run in the first quarter...had 161 yards on 30 attempts at Western Illinois...against UNI had 127 yards on 26 attempts and a touchdown...had 111 yards on 26 carries and a score in victory over nationally-ranked Southern Illinois...had 93 yards on 18 attempts against Butler...scored touchdowns in seven games, including high of three vs. Central Connecticut State…scored twice at Illinois State and Missouri State...caught 25 passes for 219 yards...had a high of six receptions for 31 yards at South Dakota State...had a high of 50 yards on three receptions at Missouri State...caught first career touchdown pass (seven yards) at Illinois State...had 21 kickoff returns for 393 yards...had five returns for 109 yards at SDSU...had long returns of 39 yards against Illinois State and Central Connecticut State...had 1,888 all-purpose yards, 1,445 of which came in conference action…averaged

#8 | Cornerback SSophomore | 6-0 | 185 Youngstown, Ohio Cardinal Mooney H.S. 2010 | FRESHMAN: Played in all 11 games and made seven starts at safety...also played on special teams units...credited with 69 total tackles, 41 of which were solo stops...29 tackles came on passing plays, tying for the team lead...seven tackles came on kickoff returns...broke up passes at Western Illinois and versus UNI...forced a fumble at Missouri State...had a career-high 11 total tackles, including seven solos versus the Bears...had 10 stops, including seven solos against North Dakota State...had 10 tackles, including one for a loss at South Dakota State...had nine tackles, five of which were solos, at Western Illinois...credited with six tackles againts UNI...had five stops at Illinois State... posted four stops against Butler and Central Connecticut State...had three solo tackles in collegiate debut at Penn State...named the HBK Defensive Player of the Game at Missouri State...earned his first letter. HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team Division III Northeast Inland District selection as a defensive back...also played wide receiver...caught five passes during the year for 68 yards...returned an interception 95 yards for a touchdown against Akron SVSM...ranked second on the team with 13 pass breakups...credited with 17 total tackles...Mooney beat Columbus St. Francis DeSales 35-7 in the Division III State Championship game capping a 15-0 season...caught an eight-yard pass

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DEVONT’A DAVIS

#2 | Cornerback R-Freshman R| 6-1 | 175 Gainesville, Fla. Gainesville H.S. Miami (Fla.) MIAMI (Fla.): Was a member of the MI Hurricanes’ program in 2010...redHu shirted...coach was Randy Shannon. shi HIGH HIG SCHOOL: Rated a three-star prospect by Rivals.com and Scout. pro com...was a first-team Class 4A selecco tion tio as a defensive back...named firstteam tea all-area by the Gainesville Sun... fifinished nished senior year with 75 tackles tackles, seven iinterceptions, four fumble recoveries and 12 passes broken up...had a season-best 12 tackles, two interceptions and two forced fumbles against Buchholz...Purple Hurricanes were 10-2 in 2009... Gainesville was the District 5-4A Champs and won the City Championship...as a junior had 50 tackles - seven for losses - with one interception and 15 passes broken up...coach was Ryan Smith. PERSONAL: Parents are Katina Hall and Terry Davis...has a brother...born Jan. 6, 1992...academic interest is sociology.

NICK DEKRAKER

#45 | Defensive End Junior | 6-3 | 255 Marne, Mich. Coopersville H.S. Grand Rapids CC JU JUNIOR COLLEGE: First-Team AllIow Community College Athletic ConIowa fer ference selection in 2010...NJCAA AllAll-Region IV selection...credited with mo than 70 tackles, including 13 for more los losses and four sacks...had at least one tackle for loss in nine games... Ra Raiders appeared in the Mississippi 2 mark for the cam Bowl and posted a 10 10-2 campaign...finished eighth in the final NJCAA rankings...served as a team captain...in 2009, team was 9-2 and won Midwest Conference East Division...played in the Zions Bank Top of the Mountains Bowl that season...coach was Tony Annese. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a first-team O-K Blue Conference Athlete of the year...was a first-team all-conference selection as a tight end...as a sophomore, Broncos were the MHSAA Division 4 State Runnerups...won two conference and district championships...earned three letters and served as a team captain...coach was Jim Meerman...also played basketball and baseball...was the baseball team’s

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defensive player of the year...member of honor roll all throughout high school. PERSONAL: Parents are Eliane and Doug DeKraker...has two sisters...born Nov. 1, 1989...major is business management.

KINTRELL DISHER

#82 | Wide Receiver Freshman | 6-4 | 200 Orangeburg, S.C. OOrangeburg-Wilkinson r H.S. HIG HIGH SCHOOL: AAAA All-State selec lection as a wide receiver...also a firs rst-team all-area selection...caught 76 passes for 1,278 yards and nine tou touchdowns...had 13 receptions for 21 218 yards in season and career finale ag against North Augusta...represented the South team in the 2010 South Ca Carolina Automobile Dealers Associatio tion North-South All-Star Game...Bruins were 7-4 in 2010...as a junior, was named AAAA All-State and first-team allarea...set a SCSHL record with 105 receptions for 1,350 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2009...in final two campaigns, caught 181 passes for 2,628 yards and 23 touchdowns...coach was Tommy Brown...also played basketball and competed in track and field. PERSONAL: Parents are Deborah and Donnie Disher...has two brothers and a sister...born March 13, 1993...academic interest is business management.

ELY DUCATEL

#7 | Wide Receiver Senior | 6-1 | 210 Naples, Fla. Lely H.S. 2010 | JUNIOR: Played in all 11 games, starting eight contests... made first career start against Butler... caught 27 passes for 336 yards and two scores...averaged 12.4 yards per catch...caught a pass in 10 of 11 games (none vs. Southern Illinois)...had nine multi-catch games...had 17 receptions for first downs...had a career-best six receptions for 68 yards at Western Illinois...had a high of 70 yards on five catches at South Dakota State...long of 50 came versus Indiana State on a pass by fellow wide receiver Dominique Barnes...caught a seven-yard scoring pass in the fourth quarter at Penn State... caught a 15-yard scoring toss in fourth quarter at South Dakota State...had 20 catches in league play...earned his first letter. 2009 | SOPHOMORE: Played on special teams in opener at Pittsburgh...did not see action the remainder of the season...named Scout Offensive Player of the Week versus Northern Iowa. 2008 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Missed the season with a knee injury. 2007 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: As a senior, was an honorable-mention all-state selection...was a first-team all-county pick and named All-Florida Southwest...played wide receiver and defensive back...caught 28 passes for 554 yards and four touchdowns... as a junior had 253 yards receiving...coach was Chris Metzger...also played basketball and competed in track and field. PERSONAL: Parents are Rosemary and Enol Ducatel...has a brother and a sister...born June 1, 1989...major is accounting.

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CY EDISON

OBINNA EKWEREMUBA

#39 | Linebacker SSophomore | 5-11 | 230 East Liverpool, Ohio Wellsville H.S. 2010: Attended YSU while working to meet NCAA academic requirements. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a two-year letterwinner at Wellsville...played linebacker and running back...rushed for 684 yards and scored 10 touchdowns in runoriented offense...caught nine passes for 97 yards...Tigers posted 7-4 mark during senior campaign in 2008...coach was Art Miller...played at East Liverpool in 2007...rushed for 346 yards on 73 carries and three touchdowns as a junior... was also a wrestler. PERSONAL: Parents are Leslie Wright and Blaine Edison...has five brothers and four sisters...born May 2, 1991...major is business.

JEREMY EDWARDS #5 | Strong Safety Junior | 6-1 | 210 Los Angeles, Calif. Narbonne H.S. Compton College

JUNIOR COLLEGE: CCCFCA Region JU VI All-California First-Team selection as an all-purpose player on offense... first-team American Division Mountain rs Conference selection as an all-purpose Co player...had 306 yards on 65 carries pla and scored three touchdowns...completed 36-of-81 passes for 407 yards ple and three touchdowns...caught touchdowns caught four passes pass for 72 yards...credited with 54 total tackles, including 32 solo stops...played quarterback and safety during his career...as a freshman, rushed 33 times for 131 yards and a touchdown... completed 19-of-25 passes for 163 yards and a score...coach was Sean Fernandes. HIGH SCHOOL: Played defensive back at Narbonne...in 2008, the Gauchos posted a 12-1-1 tying San Pedro in the CIF-LACS Championship Game...coach was Manuel Douglas. PERSONAL: Parents are Virgie and Jeffrey Edwards...has three brothers and a sister...born Sept. 14, 1990...academic interest is criminal justice.

#90 | Defensive End Senior | 6-3 | 260 Orlu, Nigeria A-Z International H.S.

20 2010 | JUNIOR: Played in 10 games and started the final six of the season... saw limited action in the first five games before earning the starting nod... be credited with 24 total tackles, includcre ing 17 solo stops...best performance of the season was an eight-tackle eff effort against nationally-ranked UNI... had seven solo tackles, 2.5 tackles for losses and a sack for a seven-yard loss...had five tackles at South Dakota State...had three stops against Illinois State and Indiana State...forced a fumble versus the Sycamores...had two tackles in win over Central Connecticut State...had one solo stop against North Dakota State...named the HBK Defensive Player of the Game against UNI...chosen as YSU Defensive Lineman of the Game vs. the Panthers...earned his first letter. 2009 | SOPHOMORE: Was a member of the squad, but did not see action... named Scout Defensive Player of the Week versus Northeastern. 2008 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Was a member of the team, but did not see action. 2007 | FRESHMAN: Attended YSU, but did not play football. HIGH SCHOOL: Played soccer...was a striker and a defender. PERSONAL: Parents are Cordelia and Cassidy Ekweremuba...has a brother (Ifeanyi) and a sister (Chinasa)...born July 5, 1988...family now resides in Brooklyn, N.Y....arrived in United States in March 2007...major is civil engineering.

CHRIS ELKINS

# | Offensive Guard #66 SSophomore | 6-4 | 285 Beaver Falls, Pa. Beaver Falls H.S. 2010 | FRESHMAN: Started the final four games of the season at right guard...played in six contests for the year...in league action YSU averaged 422.2 yards per game…showed great balance with 212 passing and 210.2 rushing yards per game…overall the 412 total offense yards per game was a school record...named the team’s Offensive Lineman of the Game against South Dakota State and Indiana State...earned his first letter. HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team Class AA All-Pennsylvania selection as an offensive lineman...was an all-section pick...served as a team captain...helped pave way for Cody Cook, who had almost 2,000 yards on the season...Beaver Falls lost to Aliquippa in WPIAL Class AA semifinals...finished with a 10-2 record...played both ways an offensive guard and defensive tackle/defensive end...was a team captain as a senior...played in the East-West All-Star Game in summer of 2010...as a junior, was also a second-team all-state honoree and WPIAL Class AA Midwestern Conference pick...the Tigers reached the WPIAL Class AA title game losing to Aliquippa (8-6)...finished with a 12-1...three-year starter...team also advanced to WPIAL title game his sophomore year...coach was Ryan Matsook. PERSONAL: Parents are Loree Wagoner and Chad Elkins...has two brothers and two sisters...born June 24, 1992...major is undetermined.

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JOSH FENDERSON

#99 | Defensive End Junior | 6-2 | 240 Detroit, Mich. Henry Ford H.S. Rochester CTC

JUNIOR COLLEGE: First-Team AllJU Minnesota College Athletic Conference Min All-Division selection in 2010...had 35 Alltotal tot tackles, including 10.5 for 65 yards yar in losses...of the 10 TFLs, six were sacks...the Yellowjackets won we State Sta Playoffs, posting 10-2 mark... played in North Star Bowl against Iowa pla Central...fifinished nished 17th in final final NJCAA rankin rankings...coach was Brad LaPlante. Central HIGH SCHOOL: Was a three-year letterwinner as a defensive end...coach was Mike Marshall...also competed in track and field throwing the shot put. PERSONAL: Parents are Franciska and Art Fenderson...has two brothers and a sister...born Dec. 2, 1990...major is special education.

BRANDON FERGUSON

# | Offensive Tackle #73 Freshman | 6-8 | 300 Beloit, Ohio West Branch H.S.

HIGH SCHOOL: Senior season was HIG hampered by a knee injury...as a junior, ham was an Honorable-Mention all-district wa and All-Northeastern Buckeye Conference pick...two-way starter on offenenc sive and defensive lines...three-year siv letterwinner...coach was Bob Altenlett hof...also played basketball. hof PERSONAL: Parents are Robin and PE Chip Ferguson...has a brother...born Ch 18, 1993 1993...academic business marketing. JJuly l 18 d i iinterest t t iis b i

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DANNY FERNBACK

#54 | Linebacker RR-Freshman | 6-1 | 215 Boardman, Ohio Boardman H.S. 2010 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: As a senior was a second-team All-Federal league and Honorable-Mention Northeast Ohio Inland District pick...named to the Mahoning County All-Star team... credited with 129 tackles in 11 games played...returned an interception for a touchdown...had two forced fumbles... three pass break-ups and 13 tackles for losses...was a two-year letterwinner and was a captain as a senior...coach was D.J. Ogilvie...earned first place in Columbiana lifting meet for 195-pound class. PERSONAL: Parents are Gina and Daniel Fernback...has two sisters...sister Allie works in the football office...is cousin of former Penguin, Rob Fernback...born May 20, 1992...major is industrial and systems engineering.

ERIC FRANKLIN

# | Offensive Tackle #75 Freshman | 6-7 | 340 Youngstown, Ohio Cardinal Mooney H.S. 2010 | FRESHMAN: Sat out working to meet NCAA academic requirements. HIGH SCHOOL: Special-Mention Division III All-Ohio selection as an offensive tackle...first-team All-Northeast Inland District Division III pick...helped pave the way for Division III Offensive Player of the Year Braylon Heard... Heard rushed for nearly 2,000 yards in 15 games...Mooney beat Columbus St. Francis DeSales 35-7 in the Division III State Championship game capping a 15-0 season...Cardinals ran for 274 yards in title contest...Mooney finished the year ranked No. 3 by MaxPreps, 20th by Rivals.com and No. 9 in the Midwest by USA Today...Cardinals were 9-3 his junior season reaching the state playoffs...as a sophomore, Mooney was 14-1 with lone defeat a one-point loss to Coldwater in state title game...coach was P.J. Fecko. PERSONAL: Mother is Katura Franklin...born August 5, 1992...academic interest is business management.

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JOSH GARNER

BRANDON GREEN

#1 | Free Safety Sophomore | 6-2 | 205 So Dayton, Ohio Chaminade-Julienne H.S. Ch 2010 | FRESHMAN: Played in nine games as a member of special teams units...played on punt-block unit... blocked first career punt against Southern Illinois...earned his first letter. HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team AllGreater Catholic League North Division selection as a senior defensive back... played in the Miami Valley Coaches Association All-Star Game for the North squad...coach was Andy Helms...also competed in track and field. PERSONAL: Mother is Donita Jo Garner...born June 30, 1991...major is business administration.

# | Offensive Guard #63 RR-Freshman | 6-3 | 250 Tampa, Fla. Hargrave Military/ Catholic H.S. 2010 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted... scout team Defensive Player of the Week against UNI and Illinois State. HARGRAVE MILITARY: Attended the prep school in 2009-10...coach was Robert Prunty. HIGH SCHOOL: Was an second-team All-Hillsborough County selection as a senior defensive end...the Crusaders were 9-4 in 2008, losing 19-17 to Miami Gulliver Prep in Class 2A state semifinals...coach was Bob Henriquez...also played basketball and competed in track and field. PERSONAL: Parents are Fredia and Hiram Green...has a brother, Christian who is a wide receiver at Florida State...born April 28, 1991...major is undetermined.

NATHAN GIBBS

DAVID HAMPTON

#46 | Long Snapper Freshman | 6-2 | 225 Chico Hills, Calif. Chico Hills H.S. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a two-time letterwinner as a long snapper...part of a kicking tandem that made a school record 61 consecutive extra-point kicks...Chino Hills won two league championships and reached the CIF semifinals...coach was Derek Bob...also competed in track and field throwing the discus. PERSONAL: Parents are Andrea and Brian Gibbs...has two sisters...born May 6, 1993...academic interest is criminal justice.

BRYCE GRIMM

#67 | Offensive Guard Freshman | 6-5 | 320 Warren, Ohio Champion H.S.

#48 | Linebacker Sophomore S | 6-1 | 200 Cincinnati, Ohio Winton Woods H.S. 2010: Attended YSU working to meet NCAA eligibility requirements. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four letters as a linebacker...as a senior in 2009 was third on the team in tackles...as a senior, Winton Woods defeated 42-12 Maple Heights in the Ohio Division II State Championship game...Warriors finished 13-2 on the season...had five tackles in state title game...was a team captain of the championship team...coach was Troy Everhart...also played basketball and competed in track and field. PERSONAL: Mother is Rachel Wright...has a brother...born Jan. 22, 1991... academic interest is graphic design.

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a two-year letterwinner at Champion...played offensive tackle...earned all-county and all-conference accolades...played in the Jack Arvin Classic...coach was Terry Howell. PERSONAL: Parents are Chrissy Karabin and Joe Grimm...has a sister...born Dec. 30, 1992...academic interest is engineering.

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JUILIAN HARRELL

#15 | Wide Receiver Junior | 6-2 | 220 Harrisburg, Pa. Bishop-McDevitt H.S. Miami (Ohio)

2010 | SOPHOMORE: Played in nine games and started five...caught 12 passes for 114 yards...best game was at Missouri State with five receptions for 65 yards, including a season-long 24-yarder...caught three passes for 20 yards, including a long of 11 at South Dakota State...had a 12-yard catch at Western Illinois...caught a pass for seven yards versus Southern Illinois...had five-yard grabs against Central Connecticut State and North Dakota State...named Haines Family Player of the Game (Radio) at Missouri State...earned his first letter. MIAMI (OHIO): Did not see action during his two-year career...redshirted as a freshman in 2008...originally signed by YSU offensive coordinator and former Redhawks head coach Shane Montgomery. HIGH SCHOOL: Honorable-Mention all-state in 2007...earned all-conference accolades as a senior...was a four-year letterwinner...shuttled between wide receiver and free safety, and also returned kickoffs...caught 47 passes in 2007 for 618 yards...had a career total of 117 catches for 1,685 yards and 12 touchdowns... team’s cumulative record during four seasons was 42-11...chosen to participate in Pennsylvania’s East-West Game...coach was Jeff Weachter...also lettered in track and field. PERSONAL: Parents are Eugene and Linda Harrell...born May 16, 1990...major is communication studies.

FRED HERDMAN

#57 | Offensive Guard SSophomore | 6-5 | 285 Scottsdale, Ariz. Pinnacle H.S. 20 2010 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Saw action against Central Connecticut ac State...scout team Defensive Player of Sta the Week against CCSU. 2009 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted... 20 named Scout Defensive Player of the nam Week versus Southern Illinois. We HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team and HIG Honorable-Mention All-Arizona Class 5A Ho selection as an offensive lineman...firstsel team All-Region selection...all-region defensive tackle as a junior...was named Pinnacle’s Player of the Game four times...earned Mr. Hustle Award on three occasions...team’s offensive lineman of the game four times...also defensive lineman of the game four times...three-year letterwinner...three-year starter at offensive guard and defensive tackle...Pinnacle reached state quarterfinals in 2007 and playoffs in 2006...coach was Dana Zupke...also a standout wrestler... placed eighth at state meet in 2007 and sixth as a sophomore in 2006 as a heavyweight...earned four letters. PERSONAL: Parents are Patty and Fred Herdman...born Feb. 25, 1991... has two sisters (Karah and Katie) and two brothers (Chris and Justin)...major is exercise science...was born in Cleveland...same high school as YSU baseball player Jonathan Crist.

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KURT HESS

#12 | Quarterback SSophomore | 6-3 | 235 Dayton, Ohio Chaminade-Julienne H.S. Ch 20 2010 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Selected as the Missouri Valley Football lec Co Conference’s Freshman of the Year... named to the All-Newcomer squad... nam selected as the team’s Newcomer of the sel Year...completed 179-of-304 passes Yea for 2,117 yards and 12 touchdowns… be became the first quarterback in YSU history to throw for 200 yards in five his straight games...is first freshman in str school h l hi history to pass ffor more than h 2 2,000 000 iin a season…also set freshman marks for attempts and completions…had five multi-touchdown passing games…season high of 263 yards passing on 26-of-46 effort at South Dakota State to go along with two touchdowns…set a school record by attempting 46 passes without an interception...in collegiate debut at Penn State was 21-of-25 for 189 yards and two touchdowns...connected on a season-long 80-yard scoring toss to Dominique Barnes in the first quarter...was 22-of-31 for 252 yards and a touchdown against playoff-qualifier North Dakota State...threw for 250 yards on a 19-of-38 effort and had two touchdowns at Illinois State...had 218 yards on a 14-of-22 effort and had two touchdowns, including a 71-yard toss to Barnes vs. UNI...finished with 213 yards going 19-of-31 at Western Illinois...was 15-of-20 for 191 yards in win over Central Connecticut State...threw a season-best three touchdown passes (all the in second quarter) in win over nationally-ranked Southern Illinois...at one point during the year had thrown 125 straight passes without an interception...threw one INT in a span of 183 passes from the fourth quarter of the Missouri State game to the second quarter of Indiana State game...had 14 passes of 30 yards or more...had 141 yards rushing on 62 carries and scored three touchdowns… had a high of 11 attempts for 29 yards and a score versus NDSU...had a high of 38 yards on seven carries and scored a touchdown at Western Illinois...had a season-long run of 21 against the Leathernecks...finished with 28 yards on six carries against Indiana State...scored on a seven-yard touchdown run at Illinois State in the final minute...in MVFC play, completed 134-of-243 passes for 1,646 yards and 10 touchdowns while rushing for 107 yards on 49 carries and three scores...best overall passing down was second completing 59-of-88 passes (67 percent)...completed 53 passes on third down, 35 of which were for first downs...converted two fourth down rushing attempts...in the Red Zone, was 21-of-34 and had seven TD passes...had three rushing scores, two of which came on third down...played the final five games with a broken bone in his left wrist...earned his first letter. 2009 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted...named Scout Offensive Player of the Week versus Western Illinois. HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Greater Catholic League North Division selection… named most valuable offensive back…honorable-mention Division III Southwest All-District selection…as a senior, completed 149-of-269 passes for 1,824 yards and 12 touchdowns…had a 55.4 completion percentage…tossed five touchdown passes against Dayton Thurgood Marshall…team captain as a senior…second-team Greater Catholic League and honorable-mention all-district selection as a junior…completed 189-of-310 passes for 2,322 yards…threw 23 touchdown passes…had a 61 percent completion percentage…three-year starting quarterback and four-year letterwinner…threw for more than 5,000 yards and 40 touchdowns in career…set school mark for career passing yards...also played basketball…second-team All-GCL selection on the hardwood…named a scholar-athlete. PERSONAL: Parents are Rita and Mark Hess...born Feb. 6, 1991...has two sisters (Alison and Heidi) and a brother (Nick)...major is early childhood education...volunteered at Holy Angels Catholic Church and Big Brothers, Big Sisters in Dayton...recipient of the 2011-12 Curbstone Coaches Scholarship and the Kosar Family Scholarship.

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ANDREW JOHNSON

GANNON HULEA

#44 | Defensive Tackle #4 Senior | 6-3 | 285 Detroit, Mich. Southeastern H.S. Bowling Green

#16 | Strong Safety SSophomore | 6-1 | 215 Poland, Ohio Poland H.S. 20 2010 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Saw action versus Central Connecticut ac State...scout team Defensive Player of Sta the Week against Indiana State...earned his first letter. 2009 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted as a 20 quarterback...named Scout Offensive qua Player of the Game versus Pittsburgh... Pla named Scout Special Teams Player of nam the Week versus Missouri State. HIGH SCHOOL: Special-Mention All-Ohio Division III selection as a senior... All-American Conference Red Division first-team selection...first-team all-district pick...as a senior, completed 69-of-108 passes (64 percent) for 1,057 yards and seven touchdowns...rushed for nearly 400 yards and five touchdowns...also was the team’s punter and starting defensive back...Bulldogs finished the year 9-3 reaching the Division III Region 11 semifinals...as a junior, completed 61-of-111 passes (55 percent) for 804 yards and four touchdowns...set school mark for completion percentage...coach was former YSU quarterback Mark Brungard... Eagles won two league championships and appeared in playoffs twice...participated in Penn-Ohio All-Star Classic...also played basketball and competed in track and field...made the honor roll. PERSONAL: Parents are Raedine and Paul Hulea...born March 6, 1990...has a sister (Kelsey)...dad attended YSU and sister is a current undergrad...major is engineering technology...grandfather Nick was a three-year letterwinner at guard for the Penguins from 1947-49.

DEMOND HYMES

#5 | Tailback Freshman | 5-9 | 190 Warren, Ohio Warren Harding H.S. HIG SCHOOL: Special-Mention DiviHIGH sion I All-Ohio selection...first-team Divisio sion I All-Northeast Inland District pick... sio played for the North in the Ohio Northpla South Classic in April 2011...carried So the ball 159 times for 1,209 yards... averaged seven yards per rush...caught ave 18 passes for 273 yards...averaged 15 yards per catch...scored 18 total touchdowns (16 rushing)...rushed for tou 348 yards on 37 carries against Massillon...helped Massillon the Raiders to an 8-3 mark and a berth in the state playoffs...was named team’s MVP...Honorable-Mention Division I All-Northeast Inland District selection as a junior...finished career as school’s second all-time leading rusher...was a three-time letterwinner...coach was D.J. Dota...also competed in track and field. PERSONAL: Parents are Devonne and Grover Diggs and Demond Hymes Sr....has two brothers and a sister...born Oct. 15, 1991...academic interest is education.

2010 | JUNIOR: Played in 10 games, starting eight contests...credited with 24 total tackles, including 11 solos... had two tackles for losses and a sack... posted a season-high six tackles at Missouri State (three solos, three assists)... had a four-yard tackle for loss vs. the Bears...had five tackles in YSU debut at Penn State...had four stops against North Dakota State...had two solo tackles, including a seven-yard sack against UNI...credited with three stops and a pass breakup at Illinois State...had single collars against Butler, Southern Illinois, South Dakota State and Indiana State...named the HBK Defensive Player of the Game vs. Penn State...was team’s Defensive Lineman of the Game against Penn State, Missouri State and South Dakota State...earned his first letter. BOWLING GREEN: Was a member of the program from 2007-2009...in 2009, played in 12 games…finished the year with eight tackles…credited with three solo tackles at Missouri... had a half sack versus Idaho in the Humanitarian Bowl... in 2008, played in 11 games, making one start...started against Ohio...had 15 tackles, three sacks and four tackles for loss on the year...blocked a field goal versus Kent State...had three tackles and a sack vs. Buffalo...had two tackles and a sack against Boise State...redshirted in 2007. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-year letterwinner for the Jungleers...first-team all-league and all-metro squad selection as a senior in 2006...also received honorablemention All-Michigan in 2006...captained the football team in 2006...coach was Donshell English...also lettered in basketball as an All-Michigan honorable-mention selection as a junior...was a three-time all-league pick. PERSONAL: Parents are Mia and Andrew Johnson III...born June 2, 1989...has two sisters, Amber and Autumn...major is sociology.

KEVIN JOHNSON

#60 | Linebacker Freshman | 6-3 | 225 Boardman, Ohio Boardman H.S. 2010 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted... posted 4.0 GPA in fall and spring semesters. HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team Division I All-Northeast Ohio Inland District selection as a defensive end...first-team All-Federal League selection...was named to the Mahoning Valley All-Star Team...earned two letters...coach was D.J. Ogilvie...also played basketball... earned two letters and was a team captain...was class valedictorian. PERSONAL: Parents are Jan and Bob Johnson...has a brother and a sister... brother Erik was a punter for the Penguins (2007-10)...born April 6, 1991... major is pre-law.

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QUENTIN JONES

# | Defensive Tackle #41 R-Freshman | 6-1 | 305 RColumbus, Ohio Northland H.S. UTEP UTEP: Redshirted in 2010...Miners won six games and played in the New Mexico Bowl...coach was Mike Price. HIGH SCHOOL: Rated as the No. 2 defensive tackle and the seventh-best defensive lineman in the state by Rivals. com...an Army All-America Game Invitee...sustained a season-ending injury in the first quarter of the first game of his senior season...first-team all-conference, all city and honorable-mention alldistrict following junior campaign...recorded 63 tackles, six sacks, five forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and a trio of pass break-ups...credited with 30 tackles, four sacks, and forced five fumbles as a sophomore...managed 15 stops and two sacks in his initial year...coach was Kevin Tooson...earned three letters in track & field by competing in shot and discus...served as student class president in 2010...also involved with student council and was the school’s student-athlete of the year. PERSONAL: Parents are Sean Jones and Melodie Devonshire...has a brother... born May 25, 1992...academic interest is international business.

MARC KANETSKY

#19 | Quarterback Senior | 6-0 | 195 Hubbard, Ohio Hubbard H.S.

20 | JUNIOR: Played in all 11 games 2010 as the holder on placement kicks...also saw time at quarterback against Central Co Connecticut State...was the backup qu quarterback throughout the year... att attempted a pass on a fake field-goal attem late in the second quarter against tempt UN UNI...earned his third letter. 20 2009 | SOPHOMORE: HonorableMe Mention Academic All-Missouri Valley Football Conference selection...played in all 11 games as holder on placement kicks...made first career start at quarterback at North Dakota State...in first quarter against Bison, completed 3-of-4 passes for 30 yards and a touchdown... tossed a five-yard scoring pass to Donald Jones...had a long throw of 13 yards... also took snaps against Austin Peay, Northeastern and Indiana State...had a season-best 15 at NDSU...was under center for 23 snaps on the campaign...had a 4.0 grade-point average in the fall semester...earned his second letter. 2008 | FRESHMAN: Came on to hold for placement kicks and was a backup quarterback...did not play in the first two games before taking over holding duties...saw action at quarterback against Southern Illinois...completed 4-of-11 passes for 35 yards...had a long completion of 20 yards...one of six true freshmen to see action...named the Hill Barth & King Special Teams Player of the Game against Illinois State...scout team offensive player of the week versus Missouri State...had a 4.0 grade-point average in the fall and spring semesters...earned his first letter...named to MVFC’s Academic Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL: Set school records for career passing yards (5,042) and career

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EMMANUEL KROMAH

#93 | Defensive Tackle # Freshman | 6-1 | 245 Trenton, N.J. Hamilton West H.S.

HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team All-Group 3 All-New Jersey selection as an offensive lineman...named the Colonial Valley Conference Football Lineman of the Year, receiving the Falzone Memorial award...first-team West Jersey Football League Valley Division selection... first-team South Jersey selection as an offensive lineman...was a two-way starter on the offensive (right tackle) and defensive lines...often played the entire game on both sides of the football... had nine sacks and averaged 10 tackles per game...forced a fumble and returned it 31 yards return for a touchdown in win over Steinert...blocked for a running back who rushed for more than 1,300 yards...Hornets were 8-3 and advanced to the playoffs for first time in four years...was a captain as a senior...was a three-year letterwinner...coach was Tom Hoglen...also competed in track and field, throwing the discus and shot put. PERSONAL: Parents are Angie and Dee Kromah...has two brothers and two sisters...born Jan. 9, 1993.

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ZACH LARSON

#56 | Center SSophomore | 6-3 | 310 Youngstown, Ohio Cardinal Mooney H.S. 2011 | SOPHOMORE: Redshirted. Suffered a broken foot in fall camp and had season-ending surgery on August 20. 2010 | FRESHMAN: Saw action against Butler and Central Connecticut State at guard...scout team Offensive Player of the Week against UNI...earned his first letter. HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Division III All-Ohio selection as an offensive lineman...earned Mack Truck Bulldog Award, which goes to area’s top offensive lineman...named one of the five blocks of granite for the myvalleysports.com Big 22 squad...helped pave the way for Division III Offensive Player of the Year Braylon Heard...Heard rushed for nearly 2,000 yards in 15 games...first-team All-Northeast Inland District Division III pick...Mooney beat Columbus St. Francis DeSales 35-7 in the Division III State Championship game capping a 15-0 season... Cardinals ran for 274 yards in title contest...Mooney finished the year ranked No. 3 by MaxPreps, 20th by Rivals.com and No. 9 in the Midwest by USA Today...as a junior, was a Special-Mention Division IV All-Ohio honoree...Cardinals were 9-3 his junior season reaching the state playoffs...as a sophomore, Mooney was 14-1 with lone defeat a one-point loss to Coldwater in state title game...set school record by starting 42 games...coach was P.J. Fecko...also played basketball... member of the Honor Roll. PERSONAL: Parents are Judy and Ken Larson...has a sister...born Feb. 4, 1992... major is business management.

JOSH LEE

#10 | Cornerback Senior | 5-10 | 195 Lutz, Fla. Freedom H.S. 2010 | JUNIOR: Played in all 11 20 games as a reserve wide receiver and ga member of special teams...caught me three passes for 27 yards...had two thr rushes for 31 yards...had a seasonrus long 25-yard rush at Western Illinois... lon also had a carry for six yards at Penn als State...caught two passes for 14 Sta yards against the Nittany Lions...had a yar season-long 13-yard reception against sea Central Connecticut State...credited with five total tackles for the season, including three solo stops...earned his third letter. 2009 | SOPHOMORE: Played in all 11 games as a reserve wide receiver and member of special teams...caught four passes for 68 yards...had two receptions for 39 yards against Austin Peay...had two grabs for 29 yards in during the fourth quarter in the come-from-behind win at North Dakota State...had a 15yard haul on a 2nd-and-15 play and a 14-yard grab on a 3rd-and-21 situation... had a season-long 24-yard reception against the Governors on a 3rd-and-14 play...also had a 15-yard grab...played 61 snaps on offense...played a seasonhigh 22 at Pitt...also played 19 at NDSU and 17 versus Austin Peay...returned three kickoffs for 60 yards...had a season-long 22-yard runback at UNI...had a 20-yard return at North Dakota State and an 18-yard return at NDSU...had 137

all-purpose yards for the campaign...earned his second letter. 2008 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Played in nine games as an offensive reserve and member of special teams...had 13 rushes for 118 yards...all 13 of his carries came in three contests...returned five kickoffs for 95 yards on the year... had a high of seven carries for 35 yards against Central State...had a long run of 12 yards versus CSU...at Illinois State, ripped off a career-long 71-yard run... other carry was for two yards...caught a six-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter...was first touchdown scored of career...had 10 yards on four rushes versus Indiana State...had three kickoff returns for 63 yards at Ohio State...had a season-long 24-yard return against the Buckeyes...returned two kicks for 32 yards at South Dakota State...had 219 all-purpose yards for the campaign...did not play against Liberty, NDSU or Southern Utah...earned his first letter. 2007 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted...scout team Offensive Player of the Week versus Slippery Rock. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a solid all-purpose player at Freedom...played running back, defensive back and returned kicks...was a second-team all-conference kick returner...named school’s Special Teams MVP...on defense had 38 tackles, had three interceptions and scored three touchdowns...had 540 all-purpose yards...coach was Marquel Blackwell...competed in track and field...earned Silver Scholar Award. PERSONAL: Parents are Edna and Nathaniel Lee...has a brother...born March 17, 1989...major is business management.

CHUCK LENGYEL

#59 | Defensive End Junior | 6-1 | 240 Columbiana, Ohio South Range H.S. Mount Union 2010: Sat out meeting NCAA transfer requirements...named scout team Offensive Player of the Week against Western Illinois...scout team Special Teams Player of the Week against Western Illinois and UNI. MOUNT UNION: Was a member of the Mount Union football program in 2008 and 2009...in 2009, saw action in three playoff games...had two tackles...returned a kickoff 18 yards against Wisconsin-Whitewater in the Division III title game...Purple Raiders finished the year 14-1 after falling to the Warhawks...redshirted in 2008 as UMU went 15-0 and won National Title...coach was Larry Kehres. HIGH SCHOOL: Played wingback and outside linebacker for South Range...was a three-year letterwinner...was a first-team all-league, first-team all-district and firstteam all-Quad County pick...set school record for longest interception return for touchdown with a 99-yard return vs. Newton Falls in 2007...Raiders won ITCL titles in 2005, 2006 and 2007...was a Regional finalist in 2006 and 2007...advanced to state semifinals in 2005 as a sophomore...coach was Dan Yeagley. PERSONAL: Parents are Cindy and Chucky Lengyel...has a sister...birthday is July 17, 1990...major is exercise science/physical therapy.

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NICK LISTE

#81 | Punter SSophomore | 5-10 | 185 Niles, Ohio Niles McKinley H.S. 20 2010 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Named Honorable-Mention All-Missouri Na Val Valley Football Conference...also named to the conference’s all-newcomer team...played in all 11 games...had tea 41 punts for 1,698 yards, an average of 41.4 per boot…had six kicks of 50 yards or longer and 21 that were more yar than 40 yards…averaged at least 40 tha yards a kick in nine games…placed yar 15 inside the opposition’s 20-yard line…had a career-long 69-yard punt at Missouri State, which was the seventh-longest punt in school history…attempted a season-best seven punts at Penn State...had six at Missouri State where he averaged 43.2 yards a boot and had two 50-yard plus punts...versus UNI, had five punts for an average of 43.2 yards as well...placed two punts inside the 20-yard line during five contests...had three punts or less six times...the 41.4 average was third best in a season in YSU history…in league play, averaged 41.8 yards on 29 kicks…had a 12-yard rush at South Dakota State for a first down…had two solo tackles (Penn State and South Dakota State)...selected as the HBK Special Teams Player of the Game against Penn State and South Dakota State...earned his first letter. 2009 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted...named Scout Special Teams Player of the Week versus Austin Peay, and Illinois State. HIGH SCHOOL: First-team All-Ohio Division III kicker as a senior...first-team AllNortheast Inland District Division IV and All-American Conference Red Division selection...made 5-of-6 field goals, including a long of 48 yards...averaged 45 yards per punt...80 percent of kickoffs were touchbacks...made 11-of-14 field goals in career...had a career-long 74-yard punt against Struthers in 2007...was Red Dragons’ punter and placekicker all four years...McKinley won conference championship his junior year...earned four letters...coach was Brad Yeager... participated in 2009 Jack Arvin Classic for Trumbull County...also played soccer... scored 19 goals as a junior...was a first-team all-district and all-county selection... named second team All-MAC...also first-team all-state in track and field as member of seventh-place 4x100-meter relay squad in 2008...also competed in the shot put...named to the honor roll. PERSONAL: Parents are Diane and Dave Liste...born Feb. 21, 1991...has a brother (Dave)...brother is an undergrad at YSU...major is physical education.

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LAMAR MADY

#55 | Offensive Guard Junior | 6-3 | 315 Topeka, Kan. Topeka H.S. Butler County CC JU JUNIOR COLLEGE: First-Team AllJayhawk Conference selection in Jay 2010...was a first-team All-Region VI 20 selection...started all 12 games at sel right guard in 2010...Grizzlies posted rig an 11-1 mark and played in NJCAA National Championship Game...lost 13-12 tio in title t game to Navarro...finished No. 2 inn fifinal nal polls...team polls team was Jayhawk Conference Conferenc champs finishing 7-0...team averaged 47 points per game in league play...Grizzlies scored at least 31 points on eight occasions and averaged 38 per game for the season...offense averaged 373 yards per game and set school mark with 32 touchdown passes in a season...as a freshman, started final six games at right tackle...coach was Troy Morrell...attended same junior college as YSU men’s basketball player DuShawn Brooks. HIGH SCHOOL: Played center on offense and was a defensive tackle...as a senior, was a first-team All-Centennial League selection as a center...as a junior was a second-team All-Centennial League pick as a center...was also a all-city selection...coach was Walt Alexander...also played basketball. PERSONAL: Mother is Lashawn Mady...has a sister...born Dec. 13, 1990... major is physical education.

D.J. MAIN

#77 | Offensive Tackle # Junior | 6-6 | 310 Strongsville, Ohio Strongsville H.S. 20 2010 | SOPHOMORE: Started the first rs seven games at right tackle before suffering a broken bone in his foot at suf Western Illinois...earned his second We lett letter. 2009 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: 20 Played in five games as a reserve ofPla fensive lineman...saw action in first four fen games of the year and against Western ga Illin Illinois...credited with 61 snaps played on the offensive line...had a high of 25 against Austin Peay and was credited with 23 against Indiana State...earned his first letter. 2008 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted...scout team offensive player of the week against Liberty...named to MVFC’s Academic Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team all-conference selection as a senior...honorablemention Division I Northeast Lakes All-District selection...Strongsville was 6-4 in 2007...was a two-year starter at offensive tackle...Mustangs were 6-4 his junior year...coach was Russ Jacques...member of the honor roll. PERSONAL: Parents are Missy and Don Main...has a brother..born June 24, 1989...major is exercise science.

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JORDAN MARKOTA

J.P. MAY

#87 | Tight End Freshman | 6-2 | 215 Girard, Ohio Ursuline H.S.

HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team Division I All-Ohio selection...first-team Division V All-Northeast Inland District pick... played linebacker and tight end...Ursuline beat Coldwater 51-21 in title game, capping a 15-0 season in 2010...had five total tackles and two pass breakups in title game...played in the MVCA Jack Arvin Classic for Mahoning-Columbiana in June 2011...earned the Irish’s most inspirational award...Ursuline was 11-3 in 2009, defeating Coldwater 55-25 in the Division V State Championship Game...was a two-year starter and threetime letterwinner...as a sophomore, Irish posted a 15-0 mark, beating Findlay Liberty-Benton 21-0 in title contest...was a four-time letterwinner...coach was Dan Reardon. PERSONAL: Parents are Mark and Jodi Markota...has a brother...his brother and mother both attended YSU...born Sept. 6, 1992...academic interest is business.

# | Offensive Tackle #78 RR-Freshman | 6-6 | 275 Columbus, Ohio Thomas Worthington H.S. Th 2010 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Honorable-Mention Division I All-Central District selection... Cardinals were 5-5 his senior season, which was school’s first non-losing campaign in nine years...plyed offensive tackle and defensive end...three-year letterwinner...coach was Scott Gordon... also competed in wrestling...earned letters as a freshman and sophomore. PERSONAL: Parents are Dorothy and Jean May...has a sister...born July 7, 1992...major is computer science.

JIMMY MAY JR.

#25 | Cornerback Freshman | 6-1 | 175 Warren, Ohio Warren Harding H.S.

SANTIAGO MASON

#71 | Offensive Guard RR-Freshman | 6-5 | 320 Cleveland, Ohio Warren Harding H.S. Texas College TE TEXAS COLLEGE: Member of the pro program in 2010...coach was George Cu Cumby. HIG HIGH SCHOOL: Played on the offensiv sive and defensive lines for Harding... ear earned four letters...coach was D.J. Do Dota. PE PERSONAL: Parents are Antionette Mason has four brothers bro Young and Santiago Mason...has and a sister...born Oct. 25, 1990...academic interest is sociology.

HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team AllHI Trumbull County selection...played wide Tru receiver and defensive back for the Raidrec ers...helped the Raiders to an 8-3 mark ers and a berth in the state playoffs...coach was D.J. Dota...also played basketball wa and competed in track and field...was team MVP in 2011 of the track and field tea squad...helped lead Harding to a State squ Championship in 2010. Ch PERSONAL: P Parents Danielle the llate Jimmy May Sr....has a brother... PERSONAL t are D i ll and d th born Nov. 24, 1992...academic interest is business management.

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D.J. MOSS

# | Defensive Tackle #98 SSophomore | 5-11 | 285 Austintown, Ohio Austintown Fitch H.S. 2010 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Played in nine games and started against Central Connecticut State... credited with six total tackles (two solos and four assists) on the year...had a season-best three at South Dakota State...had two tackles against Butler (one solo, one assist)...had a solo stop in season finale against Indiana State... earned his first letter. 2009 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted...named the scout team defensive player of the game against Illinois State. HIGH SCHOOL: Played offensive and defensive line...named a second-team AllNortheast Inland District selection as a junior...was a three-time letterwinner... was a captain as a senior...coach was Phil Annarella...also was a wrestler. PERSONAL: Parents are Cindy and Dave Moss...has a sister...born Feb. 23, 1991...major is physical education.

ERIC MYERS

# | Defensive Tackle #97 Freshman | 6-3 | 240 Wooster, Ohio Triway H.S. HIG HIGH SCHOOL: Special-Mention Divisio sion IV All-Ohio selection...First-team Division IV All-Northeast Inland District Div pick...first-team All-PAC 7 selection as pic a llineman...named All-Daily Record... as a junior was also a special-mention all-state pick and first-team Division IV allAll-Northeast Inland District honoree... Allplayed offensive and defensive tackle... pla blocker for a quarterback that threw for blo nearly 3,000 yards in 2010 and had more than 6,300 in career...Titans finished 8-3 in 2009 and 10, falling in the first round of the playoffs each year...was part of three straight teams to appear in the postseason for the first time in school history...also won final 16 home games...coach was Tony Lee. PERSONAL: Parents are Susan and Greg Myers...has a brother...born Oct. 14, 1992...academic interest is civil engineering.

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DANTE NANIA

#3 | Quarterback Freshman | 6-0 | 190 Greensburg, Pa. Hempfield Area H.S. HIG SCHOOL: Named to the PittsHIGH bu burgh Post-Gazette’s Fab 22 team for the East Zone and the Pittsburgh Tri Tribune-Review’s Terrific 25 for the Gre Greensburg area...earned first-team allco conference honors...as a senior, threw for 1,512 yards and 15 touchdowns... co completed 101-of-201 attempts... fin finished the regular season ranked eig eighth in the WPIAL in passing yards... h bl ti All W t PAF tb ll honorable-mention All-WesternPAFootball.net Big School Team (Class AAA-Class AAAA)...set record for most passing yards in a season opener with 324...threw for 978 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior...was a four-time letterwinner... coach Greg Meisner...was also a standout wrestler...was a state qualifier...posted a 34-5 mark as a senior. PERSONAL: Parents are Dana and Dennis Nania...has a brother and a sister... born Nov. 5, 1991...academic interest is communications.

BRANDON NEAL

#15 | Cornerback RR-Freshman | 5-10 | 170 LLiberty Township, Ohio Lakota West H.S. HIG SCHOOL: Was a standout corHIGH nerback at Lakota West...also returned ner punts and set school mark for longest pun punt return...was the MVP East vs. pu West All-Star Game...was a three-time We letterwinner...coach was Larry Cox... lett also competed in track and field...was als a state s place in the 4x200 and 4x100 relays. rela PERSONAL: Parents are Kerry Neal PE and d Robert R b t JJackson...has k h ab brother...born th b June J 9, 1992...academic interest is art...high school teammate of YSU tailback Jordan Thompson.

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BLAKE NOVOTNY

TORRIAN PACE

#42 | Defensive End Freshman | 6-2 | 225 Hubbard, Ohio Hubbard H.S. HIGH SCHOOL: A Division III AllHI Ohio Oh second-team selection as a linebacker...a first-team Division III line All-Northeast Inland District pick...also Allplayed fullback...Eagles were 8-3 and pla reached the state playoffs in 2010... rea played in the MVCA Jack Arvin Classic pla for Trumbull County in June 2011... Honorable-Mention D-III All-Northeast Ho Inland Inla District selection as a junior...had 158 tackles, 14 for losses and eight sacks in 2009...was a four-year letterwinner...coach was Brian Hoffman. PERSONAL: Parents are Barb and Tim Novotny...has a brother and a sister... born March 24, 1992.

DUBEM NWADIOGBU

#22 | Linebacker Freshman | 6-2 | 225 Atlanta, Ga. Peachtree Ridge H.S.

HIGH HIG SCHOOL: Played linebacker, defensive end, strong safety, fullback def and an running back as a senior...selected to the Gwinnett County All-Star lec team...earned the county’s Cecil Morris tea Award...was a two-way starter as a seAw nior...as a junior was three-time athlete nio of the t week and two-time Special Teams Player of the Week...Lions reached Pla state sta 5A quarterfinals in 2009 and was the 2010...was a th three-year lletterwinner...coach was Bill Ballard... th runners-up iin 2010 also played basketball. PERSONAL: Parents are Ify and Vic Nwadiogbu...has a sister, Tori, who is a member of the track and field squad at Auburn...born Sept. 26, 1992...academic interest is engineering...nickname is Bam Bam.

#25 | Tailback SSophomore | 5-10 | 225 Chantilly, Va. Chantilly H.S. 20 2010 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Pla Played in seven games as a reserve tail tailback and member of special teams units...had 13 rushes for 53 yards... uni posted nine carries for 39 yards against po Butler...had four runs for 14 yards Bu ag against Central Connecticut State... pri primarily played on kickoff return unit... was scout team Offensive Player of the wa Week against Southern Illinois, North We D k t St t and dS th D k t St t Dakota State South Dakota State...earned his first letter. 2009 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted...named Scout Offensive Player of the Week versus South Dakota State. HIGH SCHOOL: Gameday Group AAA Player of the Year…first-team Virginia AAA all-state selection…first-team All-Northern Region as a running back…first-team All-Concorde District selection…named one of the top 50 players in the Washington area…Washington D.C. All-Metro selection…rushed for 2,717 yards on 290 carries and scored 33 touchdowns…yardage was the 11th-best single-season performance in Virginia history…averaged 252 yards and three touchdowns per game in Chargers’ final seven contests…in three playoff games had 827 yards… had 12 100-yard games in 13 contests…had three 300-yard plus games and six 200-yard plus contests…rushed for more than 300 yards against Robinson (322), Annadale (368) and Westfield (353)…had 10 multi-touchdown games… had five scores against Annadale and Westfield…named a 2008 Old Spice Red Zone Performer...Chantilly reached playoffs last three years…reached AAA State Championship Game in 2007…as a junior was a first-team Virginia AAA all-state selection…first-team All-Northern Region and All-Concorde District pick…ran for 4,578 yards in career…coach was Mike Lalli...recieved school’s Charger Award from student-body honoring top citizen and role model in class...elected as his class’ vice president. PERSONAL: Parents are Shawnee Cason and Lawrence Pace...born August 3, 1991...has a brother (Trent)...major is criminal justice.

STEPHEN PAGE

# | Offensive Guard #65 R-Freshman | 6-4 | 285 RNewton Falls, Ohio Newton Falls H.S. 2010 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a Special-Mention All-Ohio Division IV selection...named first-team All-Northeast Inland District Division IV as an offensive lineman... was a first-team All-American Athletic Conference Blue Division pick...also named a Trumbull County All-Star...a two-way starter as a defensive end and offensive tackle...Tigers posted a 7-3 mark his senior campaign...as a junior earned all-district and all-county accolades as a defensive end...three-year letterwinner...coach was Greg Lazzari... also played basketball...was an honorable-mention all-county pick. PERSONAL: Parents are Stephanie and Robert Page...has a brother and a sister...born July 20, 1991...major is biology/pre-med.

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CHADD PARKER

#30 | Linebacker Junior | 6-3 | 230 Erie, Pa. Fort Leboeuf H.S. Alfred State

JUNIOR COLLEGE: Played two years JU with wit the Alfred State program...racked up 46 tackles, four sacks and an interception in eight games in 2010... inte recorded a team season-high 13 tackles rec against Hudson Valley Community Colag lege...coach was Mick Caba. leg HIGH HIG SCHOOL: Was a member of the track and fifield eld squad at Fort Leboeuf Leboeuf...was was an all-state thrower. PERSONAL: Mother is Traci Parker...has four sisters and three brothers...born Sept. 15, 1990...academic interest is business.

MARK PRATT

#76 | Center Junior | 6-3 | 320 Tooele, Utah Tooele H.S. Snow JC JUNIOR COLLEGE: First-Team AllJU Western States Football League selecWe tion tio as an offensive lineman/center in 2010...Snow finished 10-2, winning a 20 conference championship...Snow deco feated Iowa Western 48-36 in the Zions fea Bank Ba Top of the Mountains Bowl to end campaign and finished ranked seventh cam in the t country...was part of an offense that averaged 43 points per game and scored at least 31 points on nine occasions...was a member of the squad in 2007 before going on a mission during 2008 and 2009 seasons...coach was Steve Coburn. HIGH SCHOOL: Played offensive and defensive line...was a four-year starter and letterwinner...also a two-time captain...twice named all-state and was a fourtime all-region honoree...Tooele won the 2007 Regional Championships...coach Sam Elliott...also played baseball...was a four-year letterwinner and a two-time honorable-mention all-state. PERSONAL: Parents are Anne and Steve Pratt...has five brothers...his brother Trent was a catcher in the Philadelphia Phillies organization...born Oct. 26, 1988...major is accounting.

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LUIS QUINONES

#92 | Defensive End Junior | 6-3 | 250 Compton, Calif. Lynwood H.S. West Los Angeles CC JU JUNIOR COLLEGE: Second-team American Division Pacific Conference Am selection by the Southern California se Football Association...as a sophomore Foo had 48 tackles (22 solos) in 10 games played...credited with 17.5 tackles pla for losses, 8.5 sacks and four forced fumbles...had two interceptions, returnfum ing one for a score...also returned a fumble 39 yards for a touchdown...coach was Marguet Miller. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a two-year letterwinner at Lynwood...also attended King Drew High School. PERSONAL: Parents are Lavette Hammond and Luis Quinones...born June 16, 1990...academic interest is liberal arts.

ANDREW RADAKOVICH

#72 | Offensive Tackle # Junior | 6-6 | 325 Steubenville, Ohio Steubenville H.S. Penn State

20 2010 | SOPHOMORE: Started all 11 games at left tackle...played every YSU offensive snap 626 in conference YS play…was on field for all 98 official pla snaps versus Illinois State...in league sna action YSU averaged 422.2 yards per act ga game…showed great balance with 212 pas passing and 210.2 rushing yards per game overall the 412 total offense yards per game was a school record… game…overall helped protect the blindside of MVFC Freshman of the Year QB Kurt Hess as he threw for more than 2,000 yards...blocked for TB Jamaine Cook as he rushed for more than 1,000 yards...earned his second letter. 2009 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Named to the Missouri Valley Football Conference’s All-Newcomer team...played in all 11 games making nine starts on the offensive line...started eight games at left tackle, including the final four of the season and had a start at right tackle...one of just two offensive linemen to play in all 11 games (Brian Mellott)...posted a season grade of 70 percent... saw action on 501 snaps, third highest among the unit...season-high grade was 79 percent at Northeastern...played a season-high 75 plays against Missouri State...played over 60 snaps four times and more than 50 on six occasions... blocked on placement kicks...did not start against Pitt and Southern Illinois... earned his first letter. PENN STATE: Was a member of the Penn State program in 2008...redshirted... Nittany Lions won the Big Ten Championship and played in the Rose Bowl...coach was Joe Paterno. HIGH SCHOOL: Honorable-Mention Division IV All-Ohio selection...ranked as the 55th-best senior in Ohio by ScoutingOhio.com...was a first-team all-Eastern District Division IV selection...first-team All-Valley Big School pick...helped pave the way for a rushing offense to amass more than 2,000 yards in 10-game regular season... in 2007, Big Red were 12-1 with lone loss coming to Cardinal Mooney in state

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DOM RICH

#20 | Linebacker SSophomore | 6-1 | 230 Canfield, Ohio Canfield H.S. 20 2010 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Played seven games and started the Pla fina nal three at WILL linebacker...had 15 total tackles on the season, including tot 13 solo stops...11 of the 15 tackles came in three games as a starter... ca recorded two tackles for losses...had a rec season-best five tackles against Illinois sea State (four solos, one assist)...had four Sta solo stops against UNI...had two solo sol tackles versus Indiana State and Central Connecticut State...had single stops against Butler and South Dakota State...earned his first letter. 2009 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted...named Scout Defensive Player of the Week versus Indiana State...named Scout Special Player of the Week versus Northeastern, and North Dakota State. HIGH SCHOOL: Special Mention All-Ohio Division II selection as a senior...firstteam All-Northeast Ohio Inland District Division II pick...a first-team all-conference selection...played safety fo the Cardinals...earned team’s defensive back award... Cardinals were 7-3 in 2008...Canfield was 10-2 reaching regional semifinals in 2007...Cardinals won MAC championship last three years...coach was Mike Pavlansky...also played basketball...made the honor roll. PERSONAL: Parents are Melissa and Don Rich...has a sister (Alyssa)...born June 25, 1990...major is business management.

DAVID ROGERS

#13 | Tight End Senior | 6-4 | 255 Kent, Ohio Roosevelt H.S.

UNI, Southern Illinois and Missouri State...played 391 snaps for the year, most by a tight end...had a season-high 61 plays against Illinois State...next closest game was 43 at UNI...named the Zdelar Offensive Lineman of the Game versus Western Illinois...earned his first letter. 2008 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Saw action in four games as a reserve tight end and on special teams...played at Ohio State and Western Illinois and against Central State and Indiana State...played 11 snaps for the season...eight plays came against CSU. 2007 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted...named to Gateway’s Academic Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL: A second-team All-Ohio Division II selection as a quarterback... was named the Portage County Touchdown Club Player of the Year...was a first-team Division II All-Northeast Inland District selection...selected as Portage Trail Conference Metro Division co-Offensive Player of the Year...as a senior, completed 140-of-217 passes for 2,272 yards...completion percentage of 64.5 percent...threw 22 touchdown passes...rushed for more than 500 yards while scoring 12 touchdowns...named his league’s co-MVP...team finished with a 10-1 record losing in the regional quarterfinals...started the year 10-0...as a junior, completed 154-of-217 passes for 2,055 yards...completed 71 percent of attempts...threw 26 touchdown passes....coach was Ed Becker...also played basketball. PERSONAL: Parents are Sue and Dave Rogers...has two brothers...born Nov. 10, 1988...major is general studies.

DAVION ROGERS

#11 | Linebacker RR-Freshman | 6-6 | 215 Warren, Ohio Warren Harding H.S. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned Division I HIG Honorable-Mention All-Northeast Inland Ho District honors as a senior in 2009... Dis recorded 55 tackles, eight sacks, one rec interception and five fumble recoverinte ies...posted 60 tackles, 14 TFLs, four ies sacks and seven pass breakups as a sac junior...three-star recruit and the No. jun 19 prospect in the state of Ohio according to Rivals.com...listed as the co No. 28 outside linebacker nationally by Rivals.com...three-star and the nation’s 101st outside linebacker recruit according to scout.com...rated as the No. 113 overall prospect in the Midwest by SuperPrep...three-star and the nation’s No. 29 outside linebacker according to Scouts, Inc...coach was D.J. Dota...orginially signed with Michigan following high school career. PERSONAL: Parents are Nicole Dyson and Jehvon Rogers...has four brothers and four sisters...born Sept. 24, 1991...academic interest is undetermined.

2010 | JUNIOR: Played in 11 games... 20 caught seven passes for 103 yards and cau a ttouchdown...had a long reception of 36 yards in win over Central Connecticut State...caught two passes for 25 yards against nationally-ranked Southyar ern Illinois...had a long reception of 20 yards against the Salukis...caught two yar passes (12, 8) against North Dakota pas State...caught his first career touchSta down pass ffrom 15 yards Illinois State...had a seven-yard reception at Penn d d at Illi i S State...four receptions went for first downs...earned his second letter. 2009 | SOPHOMORE: Played in 11 games and made five starts...started against Pitt, Northeastern, Indiana State, Western Illinois and South Dakota State...caught eight passes for 60 yards...had two receptions against Austin Peay for 23 yards...hauled in two receptions against South Dakota State for 16 yards...had a season-long 15-yard catch against Pitt...had single catches versus

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MATT ROMEO

#31 | Cornerback SSophomore | 5-9 | 165 Boardman, Ohio Boardman H.S. 20 2010 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Was a member of the squad, but did Wa not see action...scout team Defensive Player of the Week against North DaPla kota State...scout team Special Teams kot Player of the Week vs. Butler, Missouri Pla State, South Dakota State and Illinois Sta State. Sta 2009 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted... 20 scout-team defensive player of the sco weekk against i W Western Illi Illinois...scout-team i special teams player of the week against South Dakota State. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a three-year letterwinner as a cornerback for the Spartans...earned the Spartan Award...squad advanced to the second round of the playoffs in 2007...coach was D.J. Ogilvie...also played baseball. PERSONAL: Parents are Tammy and Matt Romeo...has three sisters and a brother...his sister Breanne was a member of the track and field squad...his dad works on campus in Facilities Maintenance...born Oct. 8, 1990...major is middle childhood education.

JOHN SASSON

#53 | Linebacker Senior | 6-2 | 240 Pittsburgh, Pa. Fox Chapel H.S.

20 2010 | JUNIOR: Honorable-Mention AllAll-Missouri Valley Football Conference selection...started all 11 games enc at middle linebacker…posted a teamhigh 89 tackles, including 44 solos… hig had four quarterback hurries, two tackles for losses, two pass breakups and a fforced fumble…recorded 67 tackles on rushing plays...posted season-high 10 tackles against Butler and South Dakota State…had six solos and four assists against the Bulldogs and two solos and eight assists versus the Jackrabbits...had at least six tackles in every game and at least seven in 10…had six solos against Butler, UNI and Indiana State…in MVFC play, had 64 tackles in league play...recorded eight tackles in win over Central Connecticut State...also had eight against North Dakota State and Illinois State...had seven at Penn State (5-2), at Western Illinois (0-7) and Indiana State (6-1)...finished with six against nationally-ranked Southern Illinois... recovered a fumble at Missouri State and had a forced fumble against the Sycamores...had pass breakups against Butler and Central Connecticut State...had team’s Hit of the Game vs. UNI and Indiana State...earned his third letter. 2009 | SOPHOMORE: Played in 10 games, starting four contests...started against Missouri State, Western Illinois, Southern Illinois and South Dakota State...credited with 50 tackles, featuring 24 solos and 26 assisted stops...had three tackles for losses...finished with nine tackles on two occasions -- against South Dakota State and UNI...had four solos against the Jackrabbits...credited with eight assists versus the Panthers...had eight tackles, including five solo stops versus Missouri State...had six collars (four solos and two assists) at Southern Illinois...also had six tackles (three and three) at North Dakota State...

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finished with four stops (two and two) in return to hometown against Pittsburgh... had three tackles (two solos and an assist) against Western Illinois and Austin Peay...had two tackles at Indiana State...had TFLs against MSU, WIU and Indiana State...played 59 snaps on special teams...on defense, credited with 275 snaps played...had a high of 44 against South Dakota State...also played 40 at UNI...did not play against Illinois State...named the HBK Defensive Player of the Game versus South Dakota State...named Jermaine Hopkins Defensive Lineman of the Game versus Southern Illinois...selected as the Haines Family Player of the Game versus South Dakota State...earned his second letter. 2008 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Played in 10 games, starting three...started against Central State, Southern Utah and Missouri State...credited with 40 total tackles, including 15 solos...forced two fumbles, had two quarterback hurries...had two tackles for losses...finished with a season-best six tackles at Western Illinois...forced a fumble at WIU...had five stops at South Dakota State and Central State...forced a fumble versus CSU...had four tackles against Ohio State, Southern Utah, Southern Illinois, UNI and Indiana State...posted three solos against the Buckeyes and Sycamores...had two stops at Missouri State... credited with 280 snaps played by the defensive coaching staff...earned his first letter. 2007 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted...scout team Defensive Player of the Week vs. Slippery Rock...scout team Special Teams Player of the Week vs. South Dakota State. HIGH SCHOOL: Named to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s North Fabulous 22 squad as a senior...first-team All-Quad Southwest and All-Big East Conference selection...also played offensive line...as a junior, was a first-team all-conference selection...named Foxes’ Defensive MVP...piled up 121 total tackles, including 21 for losses and seven sacks...had three interceptions, returning one for a touchdown...had three fumble recoveries...named team’s Defensive Player of the Week 10 times...also played center and guard...as a sophomore, was a second-team all-league pick playing fullback and middle linebacker...coach was Bryan Deal. PERSONAL: Parents are Katie and Robert Sasson...has three brothers and four sisters....brothers Mike (Connecticut) and Tim (Indiana, Pa.) both played college football...born August 20, 1988...major is general studies.

NATE SCHKURKO

#85 | Long Snapper Senior | 6-2 | 195 Twinsburg, Ohio Twinsburg H.S.

2010 | JUNIOR: Played in all 11 20 games during the year as a long snapga per...snapped on every punt and placepe me ment kick during the season...had 55 snaps on placement kicks - 15 on FGs sna and 40 on PATs - and 43 on punts... YSU made 12-of-14 FG attempts, 38YS of-40 PAT tries and averaged 39.5 of-4 yar yards a punt...named the HBK Special Teams Player of the Game against Tea UNI...earned his third letter. 2009 | SOPHMORE: Played in 10 games during the year as a long snapper... snapped on every punt following first game...snapped on placements final five games of the year...had 63 snaps played on special teams...had 46 on punts and 17 on placement kicks...did not play at Pitt...named HBK Special Teams Player of the Game versus Indiana State, and South Dakota State...earned his second letter. 2008 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Took over the long snapping duties for the final four games...did not play the first eight contests...Hill Barth & King Special Teams Player of the Game against Western Illinois...earned his first letter. 2007 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted...named to Gateway’s Academic Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL: A versatile athlete, played four positions throughout high school career...as a senior was an honorable-mention Western Reserve Conference selection as a defensive back...team’s special teams player of the

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SCOTT SENTNER

#24 | Strong Safety Senior | 6-3 | 215 McDonald, Ohio McDonald H.S. 2010 | JUNIOR: Saw action in 20 three games as a member of special thr teams...played against South Dakota tea State, Illinois State and Indiana State... Sta had an assisted tackle versus the Jackrabbits...scout team Special Teams rab Player of the Week against North DaPla kota State...earned his third letter. kot 2009 | SOPHOMORE: Played in all 11 20 games as a member of special teams gam and a reserve safety...credited including 10 solo stops...had a safety credited with 18 tackles, tack best game of career with 11 tackles in season-finale at North Dakota State... had five solos and six assists in the contest...intercepted first career pass on final play of game at North Dakota State...picked an aerial in the end zone on a hailmary play as time expired...had two solo stops against Missouri State... had two assisted stops at Indiana State...credited with single solos at Southern Illinois, at UNI and against Illinois State...played 61 snaps in the secondary for the year...season was highlighted by 42-play performance at NDSU...saw action on 130 special teams plays...key member of kickoff coverage, kickoff return and punt return squads...named HBK Special Teams Player of the Game versus Missouri State...earned his second letter. 2008 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Played in nine games as a member of special teams and a defensive reserve...credited with two tackles...had stops against Liberty and Illinois State...credited with 11 snaps played on defense...earned his first letter...named to MVFC’s Honor Roll and earned Commissioner’s Academic Excellence Award. 2007 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted...named to Gateway Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a second-team All-Ohio Division VI selection...was a threeyear letterwinner as a safety and wide receiver...coach was Dan Williams...also played basketball...team won district championships in senior year...posted a 24-game winning streak to start the season...member of the honor roll. PERSONAL: Parents are Lucinda and Robert Sentner...has four sisters...born June 15, 1989...major is hospitality management ...recipient of the 2011-12 Four Square Club Scholarship.

CARSON SHARBAUGH #86 | Tight End SSophomore | 6-5 | 250 New Wilmington, Pa. New Wilmington H.S.

2010 | REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Played in all 11 games, starting six times...caught 10 passes for 123 yards and a touchdown...nine of his receptions went for first downs while the other was for a score...first catch of career was a three-yard touchdown against Southern Illinois...had a season-best three receptions for a high of 37 yards against UNI...had a 19-yard reception against the Panthers...season-long catch was for 23 yards against North Dakota State.... had two receptions for 24 yards (both 12 yards) against Missouri State...had two receptions for 17 yards at Illinois State...had a 19-yard grab at South Dakota State...had three receptions on third down...earned his first letter. 2009 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted...named Scout Offensive Player of the Week versus Missouri State. HIGH SCHOOL: Represented Pennsylvania in Big 33 Football Classic in June vs. Ohio as a linebacker...had an interception in the game...Region 3 first-team all-district selection on defense...first-team all-conference as a linebacker and second-team as wide receiver...recorded 85 tackles for the year...as a tight end had 20 catches for 323 yards and four touchdowns...Greyhounds won the PIAA AA State Championship...team captain on state title team...first time team played for state title since 1988...went 15-1...beat West Catholic 35-34 in double overtime in the championship game...had 11 tackles and a sack in title tilt...had tackle on final play of the game in overtime to stop two-point conversion against Aliquippa in PIAA AA Western Final...coach was Terry Verrilli...earned three letters...also played basketball. PERSONAL: Parents are Gina and Ed Sharbaugh...born Feb. 19, 1991...major is civil engineering ...recipient of the 2011-12 Ned Mervos Family Scholarship and the Richard R. Peterson Scholarship.

WILL SHAW

#10 | Tight End Junior | 6-3 | 240 Baltimore, Md. M Mesa CC/Highland H.S. 2010 | SOPHOMORE: Played in all 11 games, starting eight at safety… finished the year with 48 total tackles, including 27 solo stops and one interception…finished with 2.5 tackles for losses…had two pass breakups both of which came against Western Illinois…had 38 tackles, including 22 solos in MVFC play…had a season-high nine total tackles (five solos and four assists) at South Dakota State…had eight at Missouri State (six solo and two assists) and against Indiana State…had a high of seven solo tackles against the Sycamores...had at least three tackles in eight games…returned an interception 87 yards against UNI...was the fourth-longest return of an INT in school history...had team’s Hit of the Game against Penn State and CCSU...earned his first letter.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE BIOGRAPHIES MESA CC: Second-team All-Region I selection as a defensive back...credited with 43 tackles in eight games played...had four tackles for loss and three forced fumbles...named team’s Newcomer of the Year...coach was Carl Hargraves. HIGH SCHOOL: Played wide receiver and defensive back for the Hawks...as a junior had 55 tackles and caught seven passes for 131 yards...program was 7-5 his senior campaign...coach was Pete Wahlheim...also played baseball and lacrosse. PERSONAL: Parents are Eileen and Joseph Shaw...has three brothers and two sisters...born Jan. 5, 1991...major is business management.

ANDREW SINKO

# | Offensive Tackle #74 Sophomore So | 6-4 | 280 Strongsville, Ohio Strongsville H.S. 2010 | FRESHMAN: Saw action against Central Connecticut State... earned his first letter. HIGH SCHOOL: As a senior, was firstteam Northeast Ohio Conference Valley Division selection on the offensive line...also played defensive tackle...set team pancake block record...played in the East-West All-Star Game in summer of 2010...tabbed as the 39th-best player in Northeast Ohio by The Cleveland Plain-Dealer prior to the season... averaged a 90 percent blocking proficiency as a junior...in 2008, Strongsville posted an 11-2 mark beating Euclid and Mentor in the state playoffs before losing to St. Ignatius in regional finals...coach was Russ Jacques...also competed in wrestling and track and field. PERSONAL: Parents are Virginia and Arnold Sinko...has a brother...born July 25, 1992...major is exercise science.

KYLE SIRL

# | Defensive Tackle #33 SSophomore | 6-3 | 255 Westfield, Ohio Cloverleaf H.S. 2010 (R-FRESHMAN): Played in contests against Penn State and North Dakota State as a reserve defensive end...scout team Defensive Player of the Week against South Dakota State... earned his first letter. 2009 | FRESHMAN: Redshirted... named the Scout Offensive Player of the Week versus Austin Peay. HIGH SCHOOL: As a senior was a Special Mention All-Ohio Division II selection as a defensive lineman...also played offensive line...was a first-team Division II Northeast Inland District selection... named first-team all-Suburban League...registered 79 tackles, 20 quarterback hurries and had 15 tackles for losses...forced two fumbles and recovered one... also played tight end...Colts were 8-3 reaching the regional quarterfinals...was first playoff berth in school history...as a junior was named honorable-mention all-county...earned three letters...coach was Kevin Gault. PERSONAL: Parents are Dale and Patricia...has a sister (Stephanie) and a brother (Dale)...born Jan. 1, 1991...major is exercise science.

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ZACH SMITH

#31 | Placekicker Freshman | 5-9 | 160 Zanesville, Ohio Philo H.S. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a four-year letterwinner at Philo...handled field goal and kickoff duties...coach was Dirk Lincicome...also played golf, basketball and competed in track and field. PERSONAL: Parents at Kris and John Smith...has a brother and a sister... born April 30, 1992...academic interest is business.

THOMAS SPRAGUE

#34 | Linebacker So Sophomore | 6-1 | 225 Gainesville, Ga. Gainesville H.S.

2010 | FRESHMAN: Played in eight games as a member of special teams...credited with 11 total tackles, including seven solo stops...seven tackles came on kickoff returns...had a season-high three tackles against Southern Illinois...also forced a fumble against the Salukis...had two tackles against Butler and Central Connecticut State...both tackles against the Bulldogs were solos...had single stops against Penn State, Missouri State, Illinois State and Indiana State...named the HBK Special Teams Player of the Game vs. Southern Illinois...had the team’s Hit of the Game vs. SIU on a kickoff return... earned his first letter. HIGH SCHOOL: As a senior, was Georgia Sports Writers Association and the Associated Press Class AAA Defensive Player of the Year...first-team Class AAA All-Georgia pick...Red Elephants were 14-1 losing to Peach County 13-12 in Class AAA State Championship Game at the Georgia Dome...set school record with six shutouts...allowed just one opponent to score more than 21 points... blocked a punt and recovered it for a touchdown in state semifinals...scored three defensive touchdowns...had 180 tackles in 14 games...had eight doubledigit tackle efforts, including two with 20-or-more...selected to play in the GACA North-South All-Star Game...played his junior season at North Hall High School... honorable-mention Class AAA all-state honoree...credited with 173 tackles... two-time first-team 8-AAA all-region linebacker...credited with 111 tackles as a sophomore...tallied nearly 500 tackles in his high school career...coach at Gainesville was Bruce Miller...also competed in track and field. PERSONAL: Parents are Joanne and Jeff Sprague...has a sister...born March 20, 1992...major is exercise science.

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ARONDE STANTON

#94 | Defensive Tackle # Junior | 6-2 | 290 Detroit, Mich. M Martin Luther King H.S. Northwood/Grand Rapids CC No JU JUNIOR COLLEGE: Credited with 56 tot total tackles, including 20 solo stops... had 12 tackles for losses, including eig eight sacks...had two sacks on three oc occasions...had three interceptions... ret returned two interceptions for touchdow downs against Joliet (25 and 24 yards) in the t first quarter...also had six tackles and a forced fumble to receive National JJunior College Athletic Association’s Defensive Player of the Week honors...Raiders appeared in the Mississippi Bowl and posted a 10-2 mark for the campaign...finished eighth in the final NJCAA rankings...in 2009, team was 9-2 and won Midwest Conference East Division... played in the Zions Bank Top of the Mountains Bowl that season...coach was Tony Annese. NORTHWOOD: Spent the 2008 and 2009 campaigns at Division II Northwood University...in 2009, had six total tackles, including two solo stops...had two TFLs, including a sack...redshirted in 2009...coach was Mike Sullivan. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a second-team all-city and honorable-mention all-state selection as a senior...in 2007, MLK won the Division 2 MHSAA State Championship...MLK defeated Midland 47-21 in title game...was a two-year letterwinner... played defensive end and linebacker as well as offensive guard...coach was James Reynolds. PERSONAL: Mother is Enda Coleman...has a brother and a sister...born August 1, 1990...academic interest is business.

sive 17 tackles for 76 yards in losses...finished with a team-high eight sacks for 47 yards in total losses...also had six quarterback hurries...had a forced fumble...was a team captain as a sophomore...coach was John Featherstone. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a first-team All-CIF selection and an All-Southwest Division pick as a senior in 2007...named team Most Valuable Player as a senior and top defensive lineman as a junior...was a three-year letterwinner. PERSONAL: Parents are Daniel Stewart and Lashawn Herren...born June 26, 1990...major is general studies.

TRREVOR STRICKLAND

#91 | Defensive End Freshman | 6-6 | 245 Clyde, Ohio Clyde H.S.

HIGH SCHOOL: A third-team Division III HIG All-Ohio selection...first-team Division III AllAll-Northwest District selection and AllAllSandusky Bay Conference pick...played Sa for the North in the Ohio North-South Classic following senior season...as a Cla senior, was credited with 82 tackles sen and 12.5 sacks...blocked three kicks, forced a fumble and had four pass for breakups...also caught four passes for bre 25 yards...led the Fliers to a 10-2 record...defense posted four shutouts and allowed 101 points in the regular season...lost to Tiffin Columbian in Division III regional finals...didn’t play football as a junior...named all-academic and was a member of the honor roll...as a senior, was the state Division II runner-up at heavyweight...dropped a 4-1 decision in the final...placed sixth at state championships as a junior at 215 pounds. PERSONAL: Parents are Laura and Dan Strickland...has two sisters...born Jan. 12, 1993...academic interest is exercise science/physical therapy.

DANIEL STEWART

ANDRE STUBBS

#39 | Defensive End Senior | 6-0 | 255 Long Beach, Calif. Bellflower H.S. El Camino CC

2010 | JUNIOR: Played in nine games...started against Penn State in season opener...credited with 11 tackles, including three for losses... had a season-best four stops at Missouri State (two solos, two assists)... had one TFL against the Bears...had three tackles (one solo, two assists) in opener against Penn State...had single stops versus Butler, Central Connecticut State, Southern Illinois and Illinois State...had a sack and forced fumble in the fourth quarter that was returned for a touchdown vs. CCSU...picked up a fouryard sack at Illinois State...earned his first letter. JUNIOR COLLEGE: First-team California Community College Football Coaches Association Region III All-American...first-team All-Central Conference National Division selection as a sophomore...had 37 total tackles, including 25 solos... credited with 16.5 tackles for losses and eight sacks...had five quarterback hurries, three fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles...as a freshman was a first-team CCCFCA Region III All-American...named the Central Conference National Division Defensive Player of the Year in 2008...as a freshman, credited with 51 total tackles in 10 games...had 29 solo stops...credited with an impres-

#4 | Wide Receiver Freshman | 5-6 | 160 Maple Heights, Ohio Maple Heights H.S. HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Division II HIG All-Ohio selection as a wide receiver... Allcaught 61 passes for 1,083 yards and cau 13 touchdowns as a senior...averaged 17.8 yards per catch as a slot receiv17 er...had 39 rushes for 503 yards and six er. touchdowns...Mustangs won the 2010 tou Division II State Championship, beating Div Trotwood-Madison 45-33...in title game, Tro caught seven passes for 170 yards and cau scores...had Heights was 14-1 on the ttwo o sco es had TD grabs g abs of 80 and 11 yards...Maple a year...lost to Cincinnati Winton Woods in 2009 title game to finish season 12-3... started 41 games in three seasons...three-year letterwinner...coach was Todd Filtz...member of the honor roll. PERSONAL: Parents are Andre Stubbs, Sr. and Brenda Dumas...born Oct. 14, 1992...academic interest is engineering.

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DEONTA TATE

#6 | Linebacker Senior | 6-1 | 245 Palmetto, Fla. Palmetto H.S. 20 2010 | JUNIOR: Played in all 11 ga games, starting the first eight at WILL line linebacker...recorded 52 total tackles, including 30 solo stops...credited with inc four tackles for 20 yards in losses and fou 1.5 sacks...had one interception...had a sea season-high nine tackles (five solos and fou four assists) at Western Illinois...had a sack for an eight-yard loss against the sac Leathernecks...had eights tackles (three Lea solo, l five assist) i t) iin season opener att P Penn S State...have seven tackles, including five solos and three pass breakups in win over Central Connecticut State...had seven stops, including four solos and a tackle for loss against North Dakota State...credited with six tackles, a tackle for a five-yard loss and registered his first career interception in win over nationally-ranked Southern Illinois...had five tackles against Missouri State and Butler...credited with three stops at South Dakota State...had two at Illinois State...50 of 52 tackles came in first eight games while 32 stops came during league play...had team’s Hit of the Game against North Dakota State...named Haines Family Player of the Game (Radio) vs. Southern Illinois...earned his third letter. 2009 | SOPHOMORE: Played in eight contests, starting four at middle linebacker...started initial four games of the season...finished with 35 total tackles, including 23 solo stops...posted nine collars against Austin Peay and Northeastern...had a season-best seven solos versus the Governors...had five solo tackles at Northeastern...credited with five tackles, including three solos against Missouri State...had four stops at, including three solos at Southern Illinois...registered three assisted stops at Indiana State...had two solos against Pittsburgh and Western Illinois...had 2.5 tackles in losses...had quarterback hurries against Pitt and Indiana State...credited with 249 snaps played by the coaching staff... had a season-high 57 at Northeastern...did not play in three of final four games (played at UNI)...earned his second letter. 2008 | FRESHMAN: Played in 10 games, starting five contests...started final five games of season...credited with 43 tackles for the season, including 22 total stops...had 2.5 tackles for losses and three quarterback hurries...had a season-high nine tackles, including six solos versus UNI...had eight stops, including a tackle for loss and five solos in win over Indiana State...had seven collars at Illinois State...registered four tackles versus North Dakota State...had three stops at Missouri State...finished with two tackles against Liberty, Southern Utah and Western Illinois...one of six true freshmen to see action...credited with 344 snaps played...third most among linebackers...earned his first letter. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a second-team Class 3A All-Florida selection...played on the South Team in the 2007 FACA North-South All-Star Classic...had a team-high 130 tackles his senior year...team posted a 9-3 mark his senior year...advanced to Regional Semifinals...Hurricanes recorded four shutouts...coach was Ray Woodie...also competed in weight lifting and track and field. PERSONAL: Parents are Nefertiti and Brian Tate...has three brothers and a sister...born Oct. 27, 1989...major is information technology.

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TIM TAUMOEPEAU

#49 | Linebacker R-Freshman | 6-0 | 250 RBoardman, Ohio Boardman H.S. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a two-year lettewinner at Boardman as a defensive tackle...coach was D.J. Ogilvie...was also a wrestler...was a first-team allleague pick...advanced to districts. PERSONAL: Parents are Taisia and Rocky Taumoepeau...has a sister... birthday is Jan. 4...major is exercise science.

PARNELL TAYLOR

#28 | Tailback RR-Freshman | 5-10 | 190 Ravenna, Ohio Ravenna H.S. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a second-team Division II All-Ohio selection as a running back as a senior in 2009...first-team All-Northeast Inland District selection at Division II...played running back and cornerback at Ravenna...played in the Ohio North-South All-Star Classic...had an interception in that contest...rushed for more than 1,500 yards as a senior... finished with nearly 200 carries...had six career interceptions...also caught 15 passes...returned one more than 100 yards for a score...rushed 21 times for 243 yards, including a long of 84 yards and scored three touchdowns – one on a 90-yard kickoff return against Field... Ravens won two Portage County championships and appeared in the playoffs three times...reached the Division III quarterfinals as a junior...earned three letters... coach was Jim Lunardi...also competed in track and field...earned two letters running the 100 and 200 meters and was part of the sprint relay squads. PERSONAL: Parents are Pat and Bob Jones...has two brothers and a sister... born Feb. 6, 1992...major is undecided.

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SIR AARON TAYLOR

#21 | Free Safety Junior | 6-1 | 210 Carmel, N.Y. Lincoln Hall H.S. Alfred State

JU JUNIOR COLLEGE: Second-Team All-NJCAA selection...first-team AllAll Northeast Football Conference pick... No as a sophomore, led the Pioneers with 63 tackles in 10 games...had 36 solos stops, five interceptions and four tackles sto for losses...returned 19 kicks (punts and kickoffs) for 379 yards and two touchdowns...on touchdowns on offense, offense rushed for 140 yyards on 33 carries and scored two touchdowns...named NFC and NJCAA special teams player of the week against Apprentice...returned the opening kickoff of the second half 86 yards and had 97 return yards for the game...also had five tackles, three pass breakups and an interception in the game...recorded 52 tackles (32 solo), one sack, and picked off three passes, returning one 85 yards for a score, as a freshman...rushed for 250 yards and three scores and passed for 423 yards and four scores... coach was Mick Caba. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a standout quarterback and linebacker at Lincoln Hall... earned all-state honors in both football and basketball...set a school record for touchdowns in a season...was a third-team NYSSWA all-state Class C selection in football...coach was Terence Smith...was a second-team Class B all-state pick by the New York Sportswriters Association...led the United’s basketball team to a Section 1 Class B championship during the 2008-09 season...was a two-time student of the year. PERSONAL: Parents are Celinda and Henry Taylor...has five sisters and two brothers...born Oct. 6, 1991...major is general studies.

BRANDON THOMAS

#12 | Cornerback FFreshman | 5-10 | 185 Cameron, S.C. Calhoun County H.S.

HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team all-area HIG selection...as a senior, had 950 receivsel ing yards and 13 touchdowns...also rushed for 650 yards and 11 touchrus downs...on defense had 35 tackles with dow five interceptions as a defensive back... was the focal point at quarterback of the wa team’s “Wildcat” formation...finished the tea 2010 season with a 9-3 mark, losing 20 to eventual state champion Abbeville in Class A Division Cl Di i i I quarterfifinals...coach l h was Walt Wilson. PERSONAL: Parents are Yolanda Thomas and Stacey Void...has two sisters... born Oct. 29, 1992...academic interest is criminal justice.

MIKE THOMAS

#23 | Cornerback Freshman | 5-10 | 170 F Youngstown, Ohio East H.S. HIGH SCHOOL: Special-Mention HI Division II All-Ohio selection...first-team Div Division II All-Northeast Inland District Div selection as a wide receiver...played sel in the MVCA Jack Arvin Classic for Mahoning-Columbiana County...as a Ma junior, had 700 yards receiving...coach jun was wa Brian Shaner. PERSONAL: Parents are Tangia MurPE phy and Mike Thomas Sr...has a brother and Sept. 15, 1993...academic interest is exercise science... d a sister...born i t b S t 15 1993 d recipient of the 2011-12 Sanford Rivers Family Scholarship.

JORDAN THOMPSON

#32 | Tailback SSophomore | 6-1 | 220 Cincinnati, Ohio Lakota West H.S.

2010 | FRESHMAN: Saw action in 10 games as a reserve tailback and member of special teams units...rushed for 144 yards on 36 carries and scored four touchdowns...also caught three passes for 16 yards...of the 36 attempts, 30 came in first five games... had a season-high 10 carries for a season-best 65 yards versus Butler...had a season-long run of 13 yards against the Bulldogs...scored on an eight-yard run in the first quarter...had seven carries for 26 yards and two scores versus Central Connecticut State...had two oneyard scoring plunges against the Blue Devils...had three carries for 18 yards at Penn State...had five rushes for 15 yards versus UNI...scored on a two-yard run at Missouri State...caught two passes for 10 yards against CCSU...had a sixyard catch at Penn State...also had two kickoff returns for 24 yards...credited with five tackles on the year, including four solo stops...had team’s Hit of the Game against Butler...earned his first letter. HIGH SCHOOL: As a senior was a third-team All-Ohio Division I selection...was a first-team all-area and first-team Division I all-district pick...had a monster senior season rushing for 1,693 yards on 274 carries while scoring 20 touchdowns... averaged 153.9 yards per game and 6.2 yards per attempt...had nine 100-yard performances, including three of 200 yards or more...ran for 302 yards on 37 carries and two scores against rival Lakota East...scored on runs of 89 and 78 in the contest...had 206 against Mason and scored four touchdowns...ran for 204 yards versus Lancaster...had four touchdown runs that were longer than 67 yards...had at least 17 carries in every game...had seven multi-touchdown games...caught 12 passes for 104 yards and a score...Lakota West posted a 9-2 mark falling to Anderson in the opening round of the state playoffs...coach was Larry Cox...did not play in 2008...also competed in track and field. PERSONAL: Mother is Jill Thompson...has a brother and a sister...born Nov. 12, 1991...major is business marketing.

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TONY TWILLIE

#38 | Linebacker Freshman | 6-2 | 230 Erie, Pa. Strong Vincent H.S. HIG HIGH SCHOOL: Earned second-team AllAll-Region 6 honors as a linebacker... rec recorded 70 tackles as a senior...played in tthe Save an Eye Game in July...was a tea team captain...coach was Scott White. PE PERSONAL: Parents are Tony Twillie and Michelle Kendrick...has two bro brothers and two sisters...born Feb. 3, 1993...academic interest computer sci science.

KEVIN WATTS

#11 | Wide Receiver So Sophomore | 6-0 | 220 Middletown, Ohio Middletown H.S. 2010 | FRESHMAN: Played in 11 games, starting nine as a true freshman…caught 11 passes for 141 yards and two touchdowns and had 15 rushing attempts for 72 yards…caught both TD passes against Southern Illinois becoming first freshman to catch two TDs in a game since 1999…had a season-long 38-yard grab at Illinois State…caught a high of three passes against Central Connecticut State…had three rushes for 26 yards, including a season-long of 17 against SIU…had 15-yard runs versus Illinois State and Indiana State…caught a two-point conversion at ILS...named the Hill Barth & King YSU Offensive Player of the Game vs. Southern Illinois...earned his first letter. HIGH SCHOOL: Honorable-mention all-area selection...second-team all-conference pick...caught 20 passes for 298 yards and four touchdowns...had a long reception of 51 yards...rushed 29 times for 251 yards and three TDs... had a season-long run of 89 yards...Middies finished 10-2 reaching the state playoffs for the first time since 1990...lost to Anderson in regional semifinals... played in the East-West All-Star Game the summer of 2010...as a junior, was a second-team Greater Miami Conference selection as a defensive back...caught 15 passes for 119 yards and a touchdown...ran for 142 yards on 21 carries and scored three TDs...coach was Jason Krause...also competed in track and field and played basketball. PERSONAL: Parents are Portia and Kevin Watts...has a sister...born Jan. 15, 1992...major is criminal justice.

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PAT WHITE

#84 | Wide Receiver Senior | 6-6 | 225 Warren, Ohio Warren Harding H.S. Alfred State 2010 | JUNIOR: Saw action in six games as a reserve wide receiver... played against Central Connecticut State, Southern Illinois, North Dakota State, Western Illinois, South Dakota State and Indiana State...also saw some action on special teams...earned his first letter. ALFRED STATE: As a sophomore, caught 23 passes for 599 yards and six touchdowns in 10 games played...named conference player of the week after four-catch, 88-yard performance against Erie CC...saw one year of action on the gridiron after going to school to play basketball...ASC was 5-5 in 2009... coach was Mick Caba. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned third-team All-Ohio honors as senior in basketball... played in various all-star games following his senior year...also played football. PERSONAL: Mother is Katrina Burgess and Pat White Sr...has four brothers and three sisters...born Nov. 5, 1987...major is journalism...attended YSU on a part-time basis after graduating high school.

ANDREW WILLIAMS

#80 | Wide Receiver Freshman | 6-2 | 170 Bowman, S.C. BBethune-Bowman H.S.

HIG SCHOOL: All-Area second-team HIGH sel selection as a wide receiver...caught 50 passes for more than 1,000 yards and pas nine touchdowns...Mohawks advanced nin to state playoffs for first time since 2007...also played safety...coach was 20 Glynn Darby...also a standout basketball Gly player...scored a career-high 53 points pla in a game...also made a game-winning basket with five seconds left in 62-61 bas win i over W Woodland dl d in i January J 2011...team 2011 reached the state Sweet 16 as a senior...helped the Mohawks claim the Region 5-A title as a junior...averaged 20 points, five rebounds and three assists as a junior earning first-team all-area honors. PERSONAL: Parents are Cynthia and David Williams...has two brothers...born Feb. 19, 1993...academic interest is physical education.

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STUDENT-ATHLETE BIOGRAPHIES

TRAVIS WILLIAMS

DEIONTE WILLIAMS

#4 | Linebacker RR-Freshman | 6-3 | 215 Norfolk, Va. Lake Taylor H.S. Miami (Fla.)

Cornerback Senior | 6-2 | 200 Miami, Fla. Northwestern H.S. West Hills CC

2011 | SENIOR: Will redshirt after suffering a wrist injury on the final play of the final practice of spring camp. 2010 | JUNIOR: Played in the final two games and started at safety against Indiana State...saw action on special teams...one tackle in each game...had a solo stop at Illinois State and an assist against the Sycamores...named the HBK Special Teams Player of the Game at Illinois State...earned his first letter. JUNIOR COLLEGE: Junior College: Spent two seasons at West Hills Community College...recorded more than 50 tackles as a sophomore...was a secondteam all-conference selection...coach was Cal Tincher. HIGH SCHOOL: Member of team that won the state and National Championship in 2007...played free safety...coach was Bille Rolle. PERSONAL: Mother is Sonja Williams...has two brothers and a sister...born Oct. 12, 1991...major is criminal justice.

TEVEN WILLIAMS

MIAMI (FLA.): Redshirted as a member of the Hurricanes’ program in 2010...coach was Randy Shannon. HIGH SCHOOL: As a senior, was an Under Armour All-American...was a first-team Virginia Class AAA selection...was an All-Tidewater selection... four-star prospect by Rivals.com and ranked the No. 15 outside linebacker and No. 204 nationally regardless of position...following season played in the Team USA vs. the World Game in Florida... had eight tackles in that contest...as a senior had 71 tackles, 14 sacks, seven forced fumbles and 11 passes broken up...Titans finished the season 10-3 losing in the regional finals...finished his junior year with 68 tackles, 15 sacks and seven forced fumbles...Lake Taylor advanced to the Division 5 Eastern Region Championship Game and was unbeaten until final game...on offense, had 32 receptions for more than 600 yards...recorded a school-record 69 career sacks... coach was Hank Sawyer...also competed in track and field...finished 11th in the 200 meters in state championships. PERSONAL: Parents are Mary Williams and Wayne Pierce...has four brothers and three sisters...born Dec. 30, 1990...academic interest is criminal justice.

#3 | Linebacker Freshman | 6-0 | 220 Huber Heights, Ohio Wayne H.S. HIGH SCHOOL: First-team All-GWOC HIG selection at linebacker...Special-Mention sel Division I All-Southwest District pick... Div rst-team all-region selection...credited firs with 176 tackles which not only led the wit team, it was first in the league...that tea mark also set a school single-season ma record...set school mark for most rec tackles in a game with 28...returned tac 32 yards for a touchdown a fumble f against Wayne tto D Division I state final where it lost 35i t Centerville...helped C t ill h l d llead dW 28 to Lakewood St. Edward...Wayne posted an 11-4 mark for the season...had 10 tackles in state title game...was a first-team all-conference pick as a junior... named team Defensive MVP...was a three-time letterwinner...coach was Jay Minton...also played basketball and competed in track and field. PERSONAL: Parents are Steven Williams and Lillie Johnson...has three brothers... born Sept. 10, 1992...academic interest is sports management.

STEVE ZABORSKY

#52 | Defensive End Freshman | 6-2 | 240 Mineral Ridge, Ohio Austintown Fitch H.S. HIGH HIG SCHOOL: First-team Division I All-Ohio selection as an offensive lineAllman...fi rst-team Division I All-Northeast ma Inland Inla District selection as an offensive lineman...fi rst-team All-Federal League line selection...named one of the local Five sel Blocks of Granite by MyValleySports. Blo com...graded out at 87 percent on co offense with 11 pancake blocks...also off recorded 30 tackles, two sacks, and a rec fumble recovery and also scored a touchdown on defense...handled punting duties as well...helped lead the Falcons to a 10-2 record...Austintown Fitch reached the Regional Semifinals...named to the Academic All-Ohio Football team...coach was Phil Annarella. PERSONAL: Parents are Fiapale and Jeffrey Zaborsky...has a brother...born Feb. 27, 1993...academic interest is mechanical engineering...is the 2011-12 recipient of the Coach Bob Dove Scholarship.

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2011-12 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS Alumni Football Players Scholarship Jamaine Cook • Football M.J. Bartelmay Scholarship Josh Fenderson • Football Dwight “Dike” Beede Scholarship Torrian Pace • Football Raymond J. Briya Family Scholarship David Rogers • Football Don Constantini Scholarship Donald D’Alesio • Football Curbstone Coaches Athletic Scholarship Kurt Hess • Football Dom’s Ice House Scholarship Stephen Page • Football Coach Bob Dove Scholarship Steve Zaborsky • Football Donald W. Folkwein Scholarship Gannon Hulea • Football Four Square Club Scholarship Scott Sentner • Football Sloko Gill Scholarship Lamar Mady • Football Attorney Dennis & Janet Haines Scholarship David Brown • Football Richard “Dick” Hartzell Scholarship Patrick Angle • Football Ralph W. & Mary Louise Heberling Memorial Football Scholarship Juilian Harrell • Football Debra L. Hinkle Athletic Scholarship Nick Liste • Football Jermaine Hopkins Scholarship Nick Liste • Football

Ice Castle “Fun” Scholarship Demond Hymes • Football Kosar Family Scholarship Kurt Hess • Football William Lackey Scholarship Zach Larson • Football Ned Mervos Family Scholarship Carson Sharbaugh • Football Thomas F. Mosure Scholarship Obinna Ekweremuba • Football Joseph Nudo Scholarship Nick DeKraker • Football Richard R. Peterson Scholarship Carson Sharbaugh • Football Peterson Family Scholarship John Sasson • Football Angelo and Donna E. Pezzuolo Scholarship Chris Elkins • Football Carmen & Gail Policy Scholarship Nate Schkurko • Football Sanford D. Rivers Family Scholarship Mike Thomas • Football Arnold D. Stambaugh Scholarship Brandon Ferguson • Football Patsy Strollo Scholarship Jimmy May Jr. • Football Ray Travaglini Scholarship Nate Adams • Football YSU Lineman Leadership Scholarship D.J. Main • Football

Senior LB John Sasson is the 2011-12 recipient of the Peterson Family Scholarship.

Senior DE Obinna Ekweremuba is the 2011-12 recipient of the Thomas F. Mosure Scholarship.

Senior DT Andrew Johnson is the 2011-12 recipient of the Jermaine Hopkins Scholarship.

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2010 STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS CATEGORY YSU OPP SCORING ________________________ 344_____________ 347 Points Per Game ______________ 31.3 ____________31.5 FIRST DOWNS ____________________ 246_____________ 220 Rushing ______________________ 131_____________ 90 Passing _______________________98 _____________ 114 Penalty _______________________17 _____________ 16 RUSHING YARDAGE ______________ 2,365 ___________ 1,727 Yards gained rushing __________ 2,558 ___________ 1,946 Yards lost rushing _____________ 193_____________ 219 Rushing Attempts _____________ 503_____________ 368 Average Per Rush _____________ 4.7 _____________ 4.7 Average Per Game ___________ 215.0 ___________ 157.0 Touchdowns ___________________30 _____________ 15 PASSING YARDAGE ______________ 2,167 ___________ 2,796 Completions-Attempts ________ 180-309 _________ 209-328 Percentage ___________________ 58% ____________ 64% Interceptions __________________ 8 _______________ 7 Average Per Pass _____________ 7.0 _____________ 8.5 Average Per Catch ____________ 12.0 ____________13.4 Average Per Game ___________ 197.0 ___________ 254.2 Touchdowns ___________________12 _____________ 26 TOTAL OFFENSE_________________ 4,532 ___________ 4,523 Total Plays ___________________ 812_____________ 696 Average Per Play ______________ 5.6 _____________ 6.5 Average Per Game ___________ 412.0 ___________ 411.2 KICK RETURNS: No.-Yards _________54-907 _________55-1,320 KICK RETURN AVERAGE ________ 16.8 ____________24.0 PUNT RETURNS: No.-Yards ________15-249 __________15-175 PUNT RETURN AVERAGE _______ 16.6 ____________11.7 INT RETURNS: No.-Yards __________ 7-127 ___________ 8-122 INT RETURN AVERAGE _________ 18.1 ____________15.2 FUMBLES-LOST __________________ 14-9 ____________19-8 PENALTIES-Yards ________________65-614 __________64-608 Average Per Game ____________ 55.8 ____________55.3 PUNTS-Yards ___________________ 43-1,698 ________45-1,672 Average Per Punt ______________ 39.5 ____________37.2 Net punt average ______________ 33.1 ____________30.3 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game ______ 32:02 __________ 27:58 3RD-DOWN Conversions _________ 76/159 _________ 68/139 3rd-Down Percentage __________ 48% ____________ 49% 4TH-DOWN Conversions ___________9/21 ____________ 2/4 4th-Down Percentage __________ 43% ____________ 50% SACKS BY-Yards _________________ 12-89 ___________ 13-71 MISC YARDS ______________________ 0 ______________ 10 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ____________44 _____________ 46 FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS __________ 12-14 ____________9-18 Percentage ___________________ 86% ____________ 50% ON-SIDE KICKS ___________________ 1-2 _____________ 1-2 Percentage ___________________ 50% ____________ 50% RED-ZONE SCORES ______________ 41-45 ___________ 28-36 Percentage ___________________ 91% ____________ 78% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS_________ 31-45 ___________ 23-36 Percentage ___________________ 69% ____________ 64% PAT-ATTEMPTS __________________ 38-40 ___________ 40-42 Percentage ___________________ 95% ____________ 95% ATTENDANCE ___________________90,661 _________ 152,879 Games/Avg Per Game __________6/15,110 _______ 5/30,576

Points By Quarter Youngstown State Opponents

1st 88 63

2nd 106 94

3rd 52 90

4th 98 100

OT 0 0

Total 344 347

Fourth Down Conversion Attempts (9-21) Opp. PSU PSU PSU BU CCSU MSU MSU MSU WIU WIU SDSU SDSU SDSU UNI ILS ILS ILS INS INS INS INS

Result Yards Qtr. Downs 2 2 1st Down 1 3 1st Down 4 4 Downs 5 4 Touchdown 1 2 Downs 1 4 Interception 10 4 Downs 10 4 Downs 1 1 Downs 1 4 1st Down 1 3 1st Down 7 3 Downs 10 4 Downs 1 4 1st Down 1 2 1st Down 1 3 Downs 4 4 1st Down 1 3 Interception 3 4 1st Down 14 4 Downs 6 4

Score 7-6 7-30 7-44 31-7 28-14 14-17 25-35 25-35 3-7 38-40 9-17 12-20 20-30 30-34 7-14 17-35 24-35 17-30 24-30 24-30 24-30

Play Bellamy rush no gain Hess 2-yard rush Barnes 3-yard catch; Hess Pace rush no gain Thompson 1-yard rush Cook rush no gain Hess pass intercepted Hess pass incomplete Bellamy rush no gain Hess pass incomplete Cook 15-yard rush Liste 12-yard rush Hess pass incomplete Cook minus-5-yard rush Cook 1-yard rush Cook 3-yard rush Hess pass incomplete Bellamy 4-yard run Hess pass intercepted Hess 16-yard rush Hess pass incomplete

YSU on 3rd Down and... Opponent Game Goal 1-3 4-6 7-9 10-plus Penn State 2-12 0-0 1-4 0-1 0-2 1-5 Butler 5-10 0-0 4-4 1-1 0-3 0-2 C. Connecticut St. 6-10 0-1 2-2 1-2 1-2 2-3 Southern Illinois 7-14 2-2 3-4 1-1 1-5 0-2 Missouri State 3-14 0-1 1-2 2-6 0-1 0-4 North Dakota State 11-16 0-1 7-7 2-4 1-1 1-3 Western Illinois 6-14 0-1 4-5 0-2 2-4 0-2 South Dakota State 8-17 0-0 3-4 1-3 3-5 1-5 UNI 8-15 1-1 2-4 0-1 3-5 2-4 Illinois State 12-20 0-0 6-8 3-5 1-3 2-4 Indiana State 8-17 1-2 3-6 3-5 1-1 0-3 TOTALS 76-159 4-9 36-48 14-31 13-32 9-37

Opponents on 3rd Down and... Opponent Game Goal 1-3 4-6 7-9 10-plus Penn State 7-11 0-0 2-2 2-4 1-2 2-3 Butler 7-14 1-1 2-2 3-7 1-2 0-2 C. Connecticut St. 9-16 2-2 3-3 3-3 1-4 0-4 Southern Illinois 4-10 0-0 1-1 2-4 1-3 0-2 Missouri State 7-16 0-0 2-2 2-7 0-2 3-5 North Dakota State 2-8 1-2 0-3 0-0 0-1 1-2 Western Illinois 5-11 1-1 2-4 0-0 0-2 2-4 South Dakota State 8-16 1-2 2-5 2-3 1-1 1-5 UNI 5-12 0-1 2-2 2-3 0-1 1-5 Illinois State 6-12 0-0 2-3 3-4 0-2 1-3 Indiana State 8-13 0-0 1-3 5-6 2-2 1-2 TOTALS 68-139 6-9 19-30 24-41 7-22 12-37

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2010 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Field Goals

Rushing Player Cook, Jamaine Bellamy, Adaris Thompson, Jordan Hess, Kurt Jones, Allen Watts, Kevin Pace, Torrian Barnes, Dominique Lee, Josh Liste, Nick TEAM Total Opponents

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

Att 241 110 36 62 8 15 13 9 2 1 6 503 368

Gain Loss Net Avg. TD Long Avg./G 1,312 36 1,276 5.3 11 71 116.0 570 25 545 5.0 11 33 49.5 154 10 144 4.0 4 13 14.4 219 78 141 2.3 3 21 12.8 86 1 85 10.6 1 36 9.4 83 11 72 4.8 0 17 6.5 53 0 53 4.1 0 7 7.6 38 4 34 3.8 0 12 3.1 31 0 31 15.5 0 25 2.8 12 0 12 12.0 0 12 1.1 0 28 -28 -4.7 0 0 -4.7 2,558 193 2,365 4.7 30 71 215.0 1,946 219 1,727 4.7 15 62 157.0

Passing Player Hess, Kurt TEAM Kanetsky, Marc Barnes, D. Total Opponents

GP Eff. C-A-I 11 125.14 179-304-8 6 0.00 0-3-0 11 0.00 0-1-0 11 520.00 1-1-0 11 124.80 180-309-8 11 157.21 209-328-7

Pct. Yds TD Lg 58.9 2,117 12 80 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 100.0 50 0 50 58.3 2,167 12 80 63.7 2,796 26 68

Avg./G 192.5 0.0 0.0 4.5 197.0 254.2

Avg. 13.6 12.4 8.8 9.5 12.8 12.3 5.9 14.7 28.7 9.0 5.3 16.0 12.0 13.4

Avg./G 82.8 30.5 19.9 12.7 12.8 11.2 5.4 9.4 7.8 2.5 1.6 5.3 197.0 254.2

Receiving Player Barnes, Dominique Ducatel, Ely Cook, Jamaine Harrell, Juilian Watts, Kevin Sharbaugh, Carson Bellamy, Adaris Rogers, David Barboza, Andre Lee, Josh Thompson, Jordan Banna, Kyle Total Opponents

GP 11 11 11 9 11 11 11 11 11 11 10 6 11 11

No. 67 27 25 12 11 10 10 7 3 3 3 2 180 209

Yds 911 336 219 114 141 123 59 103 86 27 16 32 2,167 2,796

TD 4 2 1 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 12 26

Long 80 50 33 24 38 23 14 36 48 13 7 19 80 68

Kickoff Returns Player Cook, Jamaine Boatwright, Jamarious Barnes, Dominique McGlone, Mike Thompson, Jordan Watts, Kevin Total Opponents

No. 21 16 12 2 2 1 54 55

Yds. 393 253 217 12 24 8 907 1,320

Avg. 18.7 15.8 18.1 6.0 12.0 8.0 16.8 24.0

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Long 39 35 32 11 14 8 39 100

Punt Returns Player Barnes, Dominique Boatwright, Jamarious Total Opponents

No. 11 4 15 15

Yds 182 67 249 175

Avg 16.5 16.8 16.6 11.7

TD 1 0 1 2

Long 86 47 86 38

Punting Player Liste, Nick TEAM Total Opponents

No. 41 2 43 45

Yds. 1,698 0 1,698 1,672

Avg. 41.4 0.0 39.5 37.2

Long 69 0 69 62

TB 5 0 5 3

FC 6 0 6 10

I20 15 0 15 14

Blk 0 2 2 1

Kickoffs Player Smith, Jake Blose, Stephen Total Opponents

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No. Yds 60 3,799 4 228 64 4,027 63 3,775

Avg 63.3 57.0 62.9 59.9

TB 8 0 8 6

OB Retn Net 1 0 1 1,320 39.8 2 907 43.6

YdLn

30 26

Player Blose, Stephen Total Opponents

FG-A 12-14 12-14 9-18

Pct. 85.7 85.7 50.0

1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 Lg Blk 2-2 4-4 5-6 1-2 0-0 43 1 2-2 4-4 5-6 1-2 0-0 0 2 0-0 2-5 2-5 5-6 0-1 49 0

Total Offense Yardage Player Hess, Kurt Cook, Jamaine Bellamy, Adaris Thompson, Jordan Jones, Allen Barnes, Dominique Watts, Kevin Pace, Torrian Lee, Josh Liste, Nick TEAM Total Opponents

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

Plays 366 241 110 36 8 10 15 13 2 1 9 812 696

Rush 141 1,276 545 144 85 34 72 53 31 12 -28 2,365 1,727

Pass 2,117 0 0 0 0 50 0 0 0 0 0 2,167 2,796

Total Avg./G 2,258 205.3 1,276 116.0 545 49.5 144 14.4 85 9.4 84 7.6 72 6.5 53 7.6 31 2.8 12 1.1 -28 -4.7 4,532 412.0 4,523 411.2

Scoring Player Blose, Stephen Cook, Jamaine Bellamy, Adaris Barnes, Dominique Thompson, Jordan Hess, Kurt Watts, Kevin Ducatel, Ely Rogers, David Barboza, Andre Jones, Allen Frasure, Jaimie Sharbaugh, Carson Total Opponents

TD FG Kick 0 12-14 38-40 12 0-0 0-0 11 0-0 0-0 5 0-0 0-0 4 0-0 0-0 3 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 2 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0-0 44 12-14 38-40 46 9-18 40-42

2-Pt. Safety Points 0 0 74 0 0 72 0 0 66 0 0 30 0 0 24 2 0 22 1 0 14 0 0 12 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 0 0 6 3 0 344 2 0 347

All-Purpose Yards Player Cook, Jamaine Barnes, Dominique Bellamy, Adaris Ducatel, Ely Boatwright,Jamarious Watts, Kevin Thompson, Jordan Hess, Kurt Sharbaugh, Carson Harrell, Juilian Rogers, David Shaw, Will Barboza, Andre Jones, Allen Lee, Josh Pace, Torrian Banna, Kyle Louis, Randy Ross, Brandian McGlone, Mike Liste, Nick Tate, Deonta TEAM Total Opponents

GP Rush Rec PR KR 11 1,276 219 0 393 11 34 911 182 217 11 545 59 0 0 11 0 336 0 0 11 0 0 67 253 11 72 141 0 8 10 144 16 0 24 11 141 0 0 0 11 0 123 0 0 9 0 114 0 0 11 0 103 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 11 0 86 0 0 9 85 0 0 0 11 31 27 0 0 7 53 0 0 0 6 0 32 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 12 11 12 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 6 -28 0 0 0 11 2,365 2,167 249 907 11 1,727 2,796 175 1,320

IR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 87 0 0 0 0 0 18 15 0 0 7 0 127 122

Total 1,888 1,344 604 336 320 221 184 141 123 114 103 87 86 85 58 53 32 18 15 12 12 7 -28 5,815 6,140

Avg./G 171.6 122.2 54.9 30.5 29.1 20.1 18.4 12.8 11.2 12.7 9.4 7.9 7.8 9.4 5.3 7.6 5.3 2.2 1.4 1.5 1.1 0.6 -4.7 528.6 558.2

Interceptions Player Ross, Brandian Shaw, Will Tate, Deonta Louis, Randy Rach, David Total Opponents

No. 3 1 1 1 1 7 8

Yds. 15 87 7 18 0 127 122

Avg. 5.0 87.0 7.0 18.0 0.0 18.1 15.2

TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Long 13 87 7 18 0 87 40

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2010 INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE STATISTICS DEFENSIVE LEADERS (PRESS BOX TOTALS) No. 53 8 26 1D 6 9 94 5D 99 90 44 2 4 55 20 36 34 39 91 3 57 98 51 10 32 38 23 33 81 28 11 85 86 12 76 73 18 13 16 5 24 29 21

Player Sasson, John D’Alesio, Donald Rach, David Ross, Brandian Tate, Deonta Shaw, Will Nicholson, Torrance Louis, Randy Matelan, Luke Ekweremuba, Obinna Johnson, Andrew Elliott, Andre Boatwright, Jamarious Meadows, Stephen Rich, Dom Brandenstein, Mark Sprague, Thomas Stewart, Daniel Miller, Brad Mayes, Grant Frasure, Jaimie Moss, D.J. Cheaib, Ali Lee, Josh Thompson, Jordan McGlone, Mike Gooden, Nick Williams, Deionte Liste, Nick Jones, Allen Watts, Kevin Schkurko, Nate Sharbaugh, Carson Hess, Kurt Coates, Bobby Rechichar, Justin Smith, Jake Blose, Stephen Hulea, Gannon Bellamy, Adaris Sentner, Scott Barnes, Dominique Garner, Josh Total Opponents

GP-GS 11-11 11-7 11-11 11-11 11-8 11-8 11-11 8-8 11-11 10-6 10-8 4-4 11-3 9-4 7-3 11-0 8-0 9-1 8-2 9-1 7-0 9-1 10-0 11-0 10-0 8-0 11-1 2-1 11-0 9-0 11-9 11-0 11-6 11-11 11-11 11-11 11-0 11-0 1-0 11-3 3-0 11-11 9-0 11-0 11-0

| Solo 44 41 29 40 30 27 21 22 12 17 11 13 15 8 13 9 7 6 5 9 2 2 1 3 4 4 3 1 2 1 2 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 . 413 456

Tackles Assist 45 28 35 20 22 21 24 10 12 7 13 8 3 8 2 4 4 5 5 1 4 4 5 2 1 . . 1 . 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . 1 . . 297 452

| Total 89 69 64 60 52 48 45 32 24 24 24 21 18 16 15 13 11 11 10 10 6 6 6 5 5 4 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 710 908

| Sacks | TFL/Yds No-Yards 2.0-3 . 1.0-2 . 5.0-26 2.0-14 . . 4.0-20 1.5-8 2.5-9 . 6.0-24 2.0-15 . . 4.0-21 1.0-11 4.0-12 1.0-7 2.0-11 1.0-7 . . . . 1.5-12 1.0-11 2.0-7 . . . . . 3.0-15 2.0-14 0.5-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37-163 12-89 47-165 13-71

| Pass Def | Int-Yds BrUp . 2 . 2 1-0 3 3-15 5 1-7 3 1-87 2 . 2 1-18 2 . . . . . 1 . . . 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-127 26 8-122 41

QBH 4 . . . . . 2 . 7 2 1 . . . . . . 1 1 . . 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 11

| Fumbles | Rcv-Yds FF 1-0 1 . 1 2-0 1 1-0 1 . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . 1 . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . 1 . 1 . . . . 1-20 . . . 1-0 . . . 1-0 . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-20 9 9-11 7

Blkd Kick . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2 4

Saf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Interceptions By Game David Rach at Penn State (0 yards) Randy Louis vs. Butler (18 yards) Brandian Ross vs. Southern Illinois (13 yards) Deonta Tate vs. Southern Illinois (7 yards) Brandian Ross vs. North Dakota State (2 yards) Will Shaw vs. UNI (87 yards) Brandian Ross vs. Indiana State (0 yards)

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2010 STATISTICS GAME-BY-GAME BREAKDOWN Game-By-Game Team Statistics Youngstown State Rushing Penn State 34-75 Butler 48-286 Central Connecticut St. 43-322 Southern Illinois 56-206 Missouri State 39-168 North Dakota State 45-236 Western Illinois 57-293 South Dakota State 33-139 UNI 40-147 Illinois State 59-273 Indiana State 49-209

Passing 21-25-189 9-16-91 15-20-191 9-15-94 13-33-165 22-31-252 19-32-213 26-46-263 14-23-218 19-39-250 13-29-241

Total Offense 59-264 64-377 63-513 71-300 72-333 76-488 89-506 79-402 63-365 98-523 78-450

First Downs 14 23 23 22 15 25 32 22 16 33 21

Fumbles 1-0 0-0 2-0 2-1 2-1 3-3 0-0 1-1 1-1 2-2 0-0

Time 31:30 29:21 28:34 37:16 29:59 33:30 36:03 30:23 29:34 35:06 31:03

Third Down 2-12 5-10 6-10 7-14 3-14 11-16 6-14 8-17 8-15 12-20 8-17

4th Down 2-3 0-1 1-1 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-2 2-3 0-1 2-3 2-4

Penalties Red Zone 8-65 1-1 4-40 3-3 6-65 5-5 6-44 5-5 9-106 3-3 7-75 3-4 7-75 6-7 4-35 3-3 3-26 2-2 6-65 6-6 5-18 4-6

Opponent Rushing Penn State 29-132 Butler 27-94 Central Connecticut St. 41-174 Southern Illinois 22-65 Missouri State 38-112 North Dakota State 35-215 Western Illinois 33-178 South Dakota State 39-209 UNI 49-279 Illinois State 22-98 Indiana State 33-171

Passing 20-29-239 21-34-189 17-28-184 24-42-258 24-39-298 14-20-211 22-34-302 14-25-283 8-16-152 29-37-390 16-24-290

Total Offense 58-371 61-283 69-358 64-323 77-410 55-426 67-480 64-492 65-431 59-488 57-461

First Downs 22 16 19 20 25 17 24 17 22 21 17

Fumbles 0-0 1-0 3-1 2-2 1-1 2-1 1-0 0-0 1-0 4-1 3-2

Time 28:30 30:39 31:26 22:44 30:01 26:30 23:57 29:37 30:26 24:54 28:57

Third Down 7-11 7-14 9-16 4-10 7-16 2-8 5-11 8-16 5-12 6-12 8-13

4th Down 0-0 0-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

Penalties Red Zone 3-20 3-3 3-20 1-2 8-68 4-4 6-69 2-2 9-72 0-3 5-43 3-5 9-105 4-4 5-50 4-5 3-30 4-5 8-85 1-1 4-41 2-2

Youngstown State Inside Opponent Red-Zone Date Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

Opponent Score at Penn State L, 14-44 Butler W, 31-7 Central Connecticut St. W, 63-24 Southern Illinois W, 31-28 at Missouri State L, 25-35 North Dakota State L, 29-34 at Western Illinois L, 38-40 at South Dakota State L, 20-30 UNI L, 30-34 at Illinois State L, 39-41 Indiana State L, 24-30 Totals | 41 of 45 (91.1%)

Game-Opening Drives

Times Times Total Rush Pass FGS In RZ Scored Pts TDs TDs TDs Made FGA Downs Int Fumb Half Game 1 1 7 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 17 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 35 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 5 31 4 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 17 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 16 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 7 6 38 5 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 3 14 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 9 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 6 39 5 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 4 24 3 3 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 45 41 148 31 25 6 9 0 2 1 1 0 0

Opponents Inside Youngstown State Red-Zone Date Sept. 4 Sept. 11 Sept. 18 Sept. 25 Oct. 2 Oct. 9 Oct. 16 Oct. 23 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 13

Times Times Total Rush Pass FGS Opponent Score In RZ Scored Pts TDs TDs TDs Made FGA Downs Int Fumb Half Game at Penn State L, 14-44 3 3 21 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Butler W, 31-7 2 1 7 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Central Connecticut St. W, 63-24 4 4 24 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Southern Illinois W, 31-28 2 2 14 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at Missouri State L, 25-35 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 North Dakota State L, 29-34 5 3 21 3 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 at Western Illinois L, 38-40 4 4 26 4 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 at South Dakota State L, 20-30 5 4 20 2 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 UNI L, 30-34 5 4 20 2 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 at Illinois State L, 39-41 1 1 7 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Indiana State L, 24-30 2 2 14 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals | 28 of 36 (77.7%) 36 28 174 23 12 11 5 6 1 0 0 1 0

Points After Turnovers

Scoring Drives 54 • Drives (30 run, 12 pass, 12 FG) 15 • First Quarter Drives (8 run, 3 pass, 4 FG) 17 • Second Quarter Drives (7 run, 6 pass, 4 FG) 8 • Third Quarter Drives (5 run, 1 pass, 2 FG) 14 • Fourth Quarter Drives (10 run, 2 pass, 2 FG)

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TO Forced Total Scores Touchdowns Field Goals TO After TO Scoring Pct. Points Off TOs

YSU 15 8 7 1 0 53.3% 52

Opponent 17 9 7 2 1 52.9% 55

Game Penn State Butler CCSU SIU MSU NDSU WIU SDSU UNI Illinois State Indiana State

YSU Pts. FD Yds 0 0 0 0 1 21 7 2 63 0 4 53 7 1 80 3 4 54 3 3 65 3 1 44 7 2 41 0 2 38 7 2 23

Opponent Pts. FD Yds 0 0 9 0 1 18 0 2 32 0 3 41 0 1 11 0 0 7 7 4 74 7 2 68 0 0 0 0 1 14 0 1 13

Second-Half Opening Drives Game Penn State Butler CCSU SIU MSU NDSU WIU SDSU UNI Illinois State Indiana State

YSU Pts. FD Yds 0 0 0 0 1 20 0 0 -2 0 1 15 0 0 5 0 2 29 0 0 9 3 4 70 0 1 20 7 3 58 0 1 14

Opponent Pts. FD Yds 7 3 58 0 4 65 0 0 2 0 1 18 0 2 41 7 2 62 7 4 77 3 2 43 7 5 79 7 4 78 7 2 52

Three-and-Outs Penn State Butler CCSU Southern Illinois Missouri State North Dakota State Western Illinois South Dakota State UNI Illinois State Indiana State Total

YSU 4 0 2 0 3 1 1 2 3 2 2 20

Opponent 1 2 2 1 2 0 5 3 2 1 1 20

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2010 STATISTICS GAME-BY-GAME BREAKDOWN Game-by-Game Rushing Cook Bellamy Opponent Att.-Yds.-TD Att.-Yds.-TD Penn State 10-31-0 12-38-0 Butler 18-93-0 6-60-2 C. Connecticut St. 14-179-3 8-26-2 Southern Illinois 26-111-1 8-32-0 Missouri State 26-167-2 2-12-0 North Dakota St. 9-39-0 21-156-1 Western Illinois 30-161-1 17-71-3 South Dakota State 18-78-0 7-49-0 UNI 26-127-1 4-4-1 Illinois State 43-213-2 7-19-0 Indiana State 21-77-1 18-78-2

Thompson Att.-Yds.-TD 3-18-0 10-65-1 7-26-2 7-16-0 3-(-2)-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-15-0 1-6-0 0-0-0

Lee Att.-Yds.-TD 1-6-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-25-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Hess Watts Att.-Yds.-TD Att.-Yds.-TD 5-4-0 2-(-6)-0 3-11-0 1-9-0 5-19-0 0-0-0 6-18-0 3-26-0 5-(-6)-0 2-(-1)-0 11-18-1 2-5-0 7-38-1 1-0-0 4-(-12)-0 1-1-0 4-0-0 0-0-0 6-12-1 2-23-0 6-28-0 1-15-0

Jones Att.-Yds.-TD 0-0-0 1-9-0 5-58-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-18-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP

Pace Att.-Yds.-TD DNP 9-39-0 4-14-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0

Barnes Att.-Yds.-TD 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-11-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-11-0 1-1-0 0-0-0 3-11-0

Game-by-Game Receiving Barnes Ducatel Lee Barboza Watts Rogers Bellamy Thompson Cook Harrell Sharbaugh Banna Opponent Att.-Yds.-TD Att.-Yds.-TD Att.-Yds.-TD Att.-Yds.-TD Att.-Yds.-TD Att.-Yds.-TD Att.-Yds.-TD Att.-Yds.-TD Att.-Yds.-TD Att.-Yds.-TD Att.-Yds.-TD Att.Yds-TD Penn State 11-134-1 2-12-1 2-14-0 1-5-0 1-7-0 1-7-0 2-4-0 1-6-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP Butler 2-22-0 3-19-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-25-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-25-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP CCSU 2-32-0 2-41-0 1-13-0 0-0-0 3-17-0 1-36-0 2-26-0 2-10-0 1-11-0 1-5-0 0-0-0 DNP S. Illinois 2-26-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-22-2 2-25-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-11-0 1-7-0 1-3-1 DNP Missouri St. 1-17-0 2-9-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-50-0 5-65-0 2-24-0 0-0-0 N. Dakota St. 10-151-1 2-22-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-20-0 4-15-0 DNP 2-16-0 1-5-0 1-23-0 0-0-0 W. Illinois 7-85-0 6-68-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-14-0 0-0-0 1-14-0 0-0-0 2-1-0 1-12-0 0-0-0 1-19-0 S. Dakota St. 10-110-1 5-70-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 6-31-0 3-20-0 1-19-0 1-13-0 UNI 4-89-1 1-15-0 0-0-0 1-33-1 1-18-0 0-0-0 1-0-0 0-0-0 3-26-0 DNP 3-37-0 0-0-0 Illinois State 8-113-0 2-19-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-38-0 1-15-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 5-48-1 0-0-0 2-17-0 DNP Indiana State 10-132-0 2-61-0 0-0-0 1-48-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0

Quarterbacks Game-by-Game Passing Hess Opponent Att.-Comp.-TD-INT-LG-Yds Penn State 25-21-2-0-80-189 Butler 16-9-0-0-19-91 C. Connecticut St. 20-15-0-1-36-191 Southern Illinois 15-9-3-0-20-94 Missouri State 33-13-0-2-33-165 North Dakota State 31-22-1-0-50-252 Western Illinois 31-19-0-0-29-213 South Dakota State 46-26-2-0-34-263 UNI 22-14-2-1-71-218 Illinois State 38-19-2-0-38-250 Indiana State 27-12-0-4-40-191

Kanetsky Att.-Comp.-TD-INT-LG-Yds 0-0-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0-0 1-0-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0-0 0-0-0-0-0-0

Longest Plays (30 Yards or More) Yards Play 87 INT Return *86 Punt Return *80 Pass *71 Rush *71 Pass *52 Rush 51 Punt Return *50 Pass 50 Pass 48 Pass 47 Punt Return *45 Rush 40 Pass *39 Rush 39 KO Return 39 KO Return 38 Pass 36 Rush 36 Pass 34 Pass *33 Pass 33 Pass 33 Pass 33 Rush 32 KO Return 31 Pass 30 Rush *Touchdown Play

Player vs. Opponent Will Shaw vs. UNI Dominique Barnes vs. Butler Barnes from Kurt Hess at Penn State Jamaine Cook at Missouri State Barnes from Hess vs. UNI Cook vs. Central Connecticut State Barnes at Missouri State Barnes from Hess vs. North Dakota State Ely Ducatel from Barnes vs. Indiana State Andre Barboza from Hess vs. Indiana State Jamarious Boatwright vs. Central Connecticut State Cook vs. Central Connecticut State Barnes from Hess vs. Indiana State Cook vs. UNI Cook vs. Central Connecticut State Cook at Illinois State Kevin Watts from Hess at Illinois State Allen Jones vs. Central Connecticut State David Rogers from Hess vs. Central Connecticut State Barnes from Hess at South Dakota State Barnes from Hess at South Dakota State Barnes from Hess at Illinois State Cook from Hess at Missouri State Adaris Bellamy at South Dakota State Barnes vs. Southern Illinois Ducatel from Hess vs. Central Connecticut State Cook at Western Illinois

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2010 STATISTICS GAME-BY-GAME BREAKDOWN Game-By-Game Tackles (Press Box Totals) Solo-Assists-Total Player Penn St. Boatwright 0-0-0 Brandenstein 0-0-0 Cheaib 0-0-0 D’Alesio 3-0-3 Ekeweremuba 0-0-0 Elliott 4-2-6 Frasure 0-0-0 Gooden 1-0-1 Hulea 0-0-0 A. Johnson 1-4-5 Jones 0-0-0 Liste 1-0-1 Louis 1-1-2 Matelan 1-1-2 Mayes 1-0-1 McGlone 0-0-0 Miller 0-0-0 Meadows 0-3-3 Moss DNP Nicholson 1-1-2 Rach 1-7-8 Rich DNP Ross 5-3-8 Sasson 5-2-7 Sentner DNP Shaw 2-2-4 Sprague 0-1-1 Stewart 1-2-3 Tate 3-5-8 Thompson 0-0-0 Williams DNP

Butler 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 5-2-7 DNP 3-3-6 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-0-0 4-0-4 2-0-2 0-0-0 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 1-1-2 2-1-3 2-4-6 1-0-1 3-0-3 6-4-10 DNP 2-1-3 2-0-2 1-0-1 2-3-5 1-0-1 DNP

CCSU 0-0-0 5-0-5 0-2-2 1-3-4 1-1-2 4-2-6 1-2-3 1-0-1 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-1-4 0-1-1 1-0-1 0-0-0 4-2-6 1-1-2 0-0-0 3-3-6 2-5-7 2-0-2 3-2-5 4-4-8 DNP 1-2-3 1-1-2 1-0-1 5-2-7 0-0-0 DNP

SIU 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 3-1-4 0-0-0 2-1-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 8-2-10 1-1-2 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 0-1-1 2-2-4 DNP 3-2-5 4-2-6 DNP 1-0-1 2-1-3 0-1-1 3-3-6 1-0-1 DNP

MSU 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 7-4-11 0-0-0 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 3-3-6 1-0-1 0-0-0 2-2-4 2-2-4 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-3-3 0-1-1 DNP 0-4-4 4-3-7 DNP 2-3-5 4-5-9 DNP 6-2-8 1-0-1 2-2-4 4-1-5 1-0-1 DNP

NDSU 1-0-1 0-1-1 0-1-1 7-3-10 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP 2-2-4 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-1-3 1-1-2 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 1-1-2 0-0-0 1-2-3 1-2-3 DNP 0-2-2 3-5-8 DNP 2-5-7 DNP 0-0-0 4-3-7 DNP DNP

WIU 3-0-3 1-1-2 1-1-2 5-4-9 1-1-2 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-1-3 0-2-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-1-3 0-0-0 3-5-8 4-4-8 0-0-0 7-0-7 0-7-7 DNP 0-3-3 DNP 0-0-0 5-4-9 0-0-0 DNP

SDSU 3-1-4 0-2-2 0-0-0 2-8-10 4-1-5 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 0-1-1 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP 1-1-2 DNP 1-0-1 DNP 2-0-2 0-3-3 2-5-7 1-4-5 0-1-1 3-2-5 2-8-10 0-1-1 5-4-9 DNP 0-0-0 2-1-3 0-0-0 DNP

UNI 1-0-1 0-0-0 DNP 4-2-6 7-1-8 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 2-0-2 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 3-1-4 0-0-0 1-0-1 DNP DNP 0-0-0 4-0-4 2-1-3 4-0-4 6-2-8 6-3-9 0-0-0 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP

ILS 3-1-4 2-0-2 0-0-0 4-1-5 1-2-3 DNP DNP 0-0-0 DNP 1-2-3 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 0-2-2 6-1-7 DNP 0-0-0 0-0-0 DNP 1-2-3 4-2-6 4-1-5 3-1-4 4-4-8 0-0-0 0-1-1 1-0-1 1-0-1 2-0-2 1-0-1 1-0-1

INS 3-0-3 1-0-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 2-1-3 DNP 0-1-1 0-0-0 DNP 1-0-1 DNP 0-0-0 0-2-2 1-0-1 0-0-0 DNP DNP DNP 1-0-1 4-0-4 6-1-7 2-0-2 5-3-8 6-1-7 0-0-0 7-1-8 0-1-1 0-0-0 0-0-0 0-1-1 0-1-1

Game-by-Game Punt Returns

Game-by-Game Kickoff Returns

Barnes Opponent No.-Yds.-Avg. Penn State 0-0-0.0 Butler 2-90-45.0 C. Connecticut St. 0-0-0.0 Southern Illinois 0-0-0.0 Missouri State 2-63-31.5 North Dakota State 1-3-3.0 Western Illinois 3-0-0.0 South Dakota State 0-0-0.0 UNI 0-0-0.0 Illinois State 1-10-10.0 Indiana State 2-16-8.0

Cook Barnes Thompson Boatwright Opponent No.-Yds.-Avg. No.-Yds.-Avg. No.-Yds.-Avg. No.-Yds.-Avg. Penn State 2-29-14.5 1-24-24.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 Butler 0-0-0.0 2-26-13.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 C. Connecticut St. 3-75-25.0 0-0-0.0 2-24-12.0 0-0-0.0 Southern Illinois 0-0-0.0 3-69-23.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 Missouri State 0-0-0.0 4-62-15.5 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 North Dakota St. 1-22-22.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 3-53-17.7 Western Illinois 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 6-123-20.5 South Dakota St. 5-109-21.8 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 UNI 3-47-15.7 1-23-23.0 0-0-0.0 3-29-9.7 Illinois State 3-50-16.7 1-13-13.0 0-0-0.0 3-33-11.0 Indiana State 4-61-15.3 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 1-15-15.0

Boatwright No.-Yds.-Avg. 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 3-66-22.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 1-1-1.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0 0-0-0.0

Game-by-Game Field Goals

Game-by-Game Punting Opponent Penn State Butler C. Connecticut St. Southern Illinois Missouri State North Dakota State Western Illinois South Dakota State UNI Illinois State Indiana State

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Liste No.-Yds.-Avg.-LG 7-284-40.6-49 3-121-40.3-44 2-80-40.0-44 2-92-46.0-52 6-259-43.2-69 2-76-38.0-40 4-172-43.0-57 4-157-39.2-52 5-216-43.2-52 3-113-37.7-43 3-128-42.7-47

Johnson No.-Yds.-Avg.-LG DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

Opponent Penn State Butler C. Connecticut St. Southern Illinois Missouri State North Dakota State Western Illinois South Daktoa State UNI Illinois State Indiana State

Blose Attempts None 29 (Good) None 40 (Missed), 39 (Blocked), 37 (Good) 24 (Good) 43 (Good), 24 (Good), 38 (Good) 35 (Good) 34 (Good), 19 (Good) 27 (Good) 38 (Good) 19 (Good)

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2010 STATISTICS SCORING DRIVES BREAKDOWN Scoring Drives (Game-By-Game) Opponent Plays Yards Time Result Qtr Penn State 3 80 1:49 TD 1st Penn State 15 80 6:14 TD 4th Butler 7 58 2:41 TD 1st Butler 10 70 5:02 TD 2nd Butler 16 67 7:14 FG 3rd Butler 8 80 3:29 TD 4th CCSU 4 63 1:38 TD 1st CCSU 4 62 1:33 TD 2nd CCSU 2 49 0:29 TD 2nd CCSU 12 79 5:49 TD 2nd CCSU 7 30 2:22 TD 2nd CCSU 8 72 2:58 TD 3rd CCSU 9 54 4:08 TD 4th CCSU 6 52 2:33 TD 4th Southern Illinois 9 81 4:50 TD 2nd Southern Illinois 6 20 2:44 TD 2nd Southern Illinois 5 41 2:25 TD 2nd Southern Illinois 4 22 1:33 TD 3rd Southern Illinois 5 19 2:32 FG 4th Missouri State 3 80 1:34 TD 1st Missouri State 6 10 2:35 FG 1st Missouri State 5 26 2:36 TD 1st Missouri State 9 76 3:34 TD 4th North Dakota St. 13 54 4:15 FG 1st North Dakota St. 5 37 2:23 TD 1st North Dakota St. 4 60 2:03 TD 2nd North Dakota St. 12 53 4:44 FG 2nd North Dakota St. 7 80 2:53 TD 4th North Dakota St. 13 59 4:34 FG 4th Western Illinois 9 65 3:29 FG 1st Western Illinois 7 54 2:55 TD 1st Western Illinois 13 80 4:32 TD 2nd Western Illinois 9 62 4:05 TD 2nd Western Illinois 8 63 2:26 TD 3rd Western Illinois 9 76 4:16 TD 4th South Dakova St. 6 44 1:31 FG 1st South Dakota St. 10 89 4:59 TD 1st South Dakota St. 16 70 6:35 FG 3rd South Dakota St. 9 84 2:53 TD 4th UNI 5 41 2:11 TD 1st UNI 2 77 0:42 TD 2nd UNI 4 3 0:41 FG 2nd UNI 13 81 5:36 TD 4th UNI 7 70 3:30 TD 4th Illinois State 8 46 3:42 TD 1st Illinois State 16 47 5:24 FG 2nd Illinois State 9 58 1:56 TD 3rd Illinois State 9 64 2:46 TD 3rd Illinois State 11 80 6:33 TD 4th Illinois State 12 96 2:50 TD 4th Indiana State 6 23 1:52 TD 1st Indiana State 8 72 2:39 TD 1st Indiana State 10 46 4:09 FG 2nd Indiana State 13 81 6:25 TD 3rd

How Scored Barnes 80-yard pass; Hess Ducatel 7-yard pass; Hess Thompson 8-yard run Bellamy 5-yard run Blose 29 FG Bellamy 25-yard run Cook 45-yard run Cook 52-yard run Bellamy 18-yard run Thompson 1-yard run Thompson 1-yard run Cook 23-yard run Bellamy 4-yard run Jones 7-yard run Watts 15-yard pass; Hess Watts 7-yard pass; Hess Sharbaugh 3-yard pass; Hess Cook 1-yard run Blose 37 FG Cook 71-yard run Blose 24 FG Cook 5-yard run Thompson 2-yard run Blose 43 FG Hess 2-yard run Barnes 50-yard pass; Hess Blose 24 FG Bellamy 2-yard run Blose 38 FG Blose 35 FG Hess 4-yard run Bellamy 1-yard run Bellamy 3-yard run Bellamy 2-yard run Cook 5-yard run Blose 34 FG Barnes 33-yard pass; Hess Blose 19 FG Ducatel 15-yard pass; Hess Barboza 33-yard pass; Hes Barnes 71-yard pass; Hess Blose 27 FG Bellamy 2-yard run Cook 39-yard run Rogers 15-yard pass; Hess Blose 38 FG Cook 1-yard run Cook 7-yard pass; Hess Cook 16-yard run Hess 7-yard run Bellamy 1-yard run Cook 5-yard run Blose 19 FG Bellamy 1-yard run

Scoring Drive Breakdown Scoring Total Game Drives Yards Penn State 2 160 Butler 4 217 CCSU 8 461 Southern Illinois 5 183 Missouri State 4 192 North Dakota St. 6 343 Western Illinois 6 400 South Dakota St. 4 287 UNI 5 272 Illinois State 6 391 Indiana State 4 222

Avg. Length 80.0 54.3 57.7 36.6 48.0 57.2 66.7 71.8 54.4 65.2 55.5

Total Avg. Plays Plays 10-plus 5-or-less 1-Play 18 9.0 1 1 0 41 10.3 2 0 0 52 6.5 1 3 0 29 5.8 0 3 0 23 5.8 0 2 0 54 9.0 3 2 0 55 9.2 1 0 0 41 10.3 2 0 0 31 6.2 1 3 0 65 10.8 3 0 0 37 9.3 2 0 0

Longest Drives Breakdown by # of Plays 16 vs. Butler; at South Dakota State; at Illinois State by # of Yards 96; at Illinois State (12 plays) Time of Possession 8:56 (12 plays, 45 yards) vs. Southern Illinois Most Points in a Quarter: 28 vs. Central Connecticut State (2nd) Most Points in a Half: 35 vs. Central Connecticut State (1st) Scoreless Quarters: 10

Opponent Scoring Drives (Game-By-Game) Team Plays Yards Time Result Qtr Penn State 7 42 4:07 FG 1st Penn State 7 30 2:55 FG 2nd Penn State 8 68 4:51 TD 2nd Penn State 6 34 0:45 FG 2nd Penn State 7 58 3:47 TD 3rd Penn State 10 85 3:38 TD 4th Penn State 6 56 3:13 TD 4th Butler 8 81 3:16 TD 2nd CCSU 8 42 3:31 TD 1st CCSU 2 72 0:27 TD 2nd CCSU 8 75 3:02 FG 3rd CCSU 12 75 5:07 TD 4th Southern Illinois 3 51 1:00 TD 1st Southern Illinois 15 99 3:05 TD 4th Southern Illinois 5 55 0:43 TD 4th Missouri State 8 80 3:06 TD 2nd Missouri State 5 56 1:55 TD 4th Missouri State 8 72 4:08 TD 4th North Dakota St. 7 50 2:32 TD 2nd North Dakota St. 8 80 4:30 TD 2nd North Dakota St. 3 80 0:50 TD 2nd North Dakota St. 6 62 3:05 TD 3rd North Dakota St. 1 55 0:12 TD 4th Western Illinois 7 74 1:23 TD 1st Western Illinois 11 75 3:19 TD 2nd Western Illinois 8 77 3:33 TD 3rd Western Illinois 9 89 3:44 TD 3rd Western Illinois 3 56 0:49 TD 4th Western Illinois 7 80 1:13 TD 4th South Dakota St. 7 68 2:56 TD 1st South Dakota St. 8 30 3:05 FG 2nd South Dakota St. 6 88 1:49 TD 2nd South Dakota St. 8 43 3:52 FG 3rd South Dakota St. 5 68 1:41 FG 4th South Dakota St. 8 87 4:32 TD 4th UNI 5 7 2:15 FG 1st UNI 2 42 0:42 TD 2nd UNI 11 79 5:53 TD 3rd UNI 9 53 4:29 FG 4th UNI 7 58 2:31 TD 4th UNI 1 19 0:07 TD 4th Illinois State 5 43 2:01 TD 1st Illinois State 9 72 4:04 TD 2nd Illinois State 7 78 3:05 TD 3rd Illinois State 5 75 2:05 TD 3rd Illinois State 3 69 0:22 TD 4th Indiana State 2 79 0:23 TD 1st Indiana State 6 66 3:25 TD 1st Indiana State 11 69 5:34 TD 2nd Indiana State 4 52 1:34 TD 3rd

How Scored Wagner 44 FG Wagner 49 FG Brackett 20-yard pass; Bolden Wagner 48 FG Brackett 22-yard pass; Bolden Green 6-yard run Newsome 1-yard run Larsen 3 pass; Huck Jespersen 2-yard run Pagan 16-yard run Izzo 37 FG Spadaro 2 pass; Jesperson Good 8-yard pass; Dieker Dieker 4-yard run Allaria 37-yard pass; Dieker Dotson 30-yard pass; Kirby Douglas 22-yard run Saffold 43-yard pass; Kirby McNorton 4-yard pass; Mohler Lang 1-yard run Sigers 58-yard run Veldman 4-yard pass; Mohler Howard 45-pass; Mohler Crump 22-yard pass; Barr Senatus 21-yard pass; Barr Barr 3-yard run Barr 5-yard run Ray 10-yard run Senatus 17-yard pass; Barr Minett 1-yard run Reifenrath 43 FG Cochart 9-yard pass; O’Brien Reifenrath 42 FG Reifenrath 25 FG Rollin 41-yard pass; O’Brien Hallgren 20 FG Oordt 39-yard pass; Rennie Rennie 29-yard run Hallgren 32 FG Herring 11-yard run Rennie 19-yard run Younger 28-yard pass; Brown Walker 44-yard pass; Brown Walker 45-yard pass; Brown King 13-yard pass; Brown Walker 40-yard pass; Brown Jones 68-yard pass; Fouch Kent 50-yard pass; Fouch Kent 11-yard pass; Fouch Jones 8-yard pass; Fouch

Scoring Drive Breakdown Scoring Total Game Drives Yards Penn State 7 373 Butler 1 81 CCSU 4 264 Southern Illinois 3 205 Missouri State 3 208 North Dakota St. 5 327 Western Illinois 6 451 South Dakota St. 6 316 UNI 6 258 Illinois State 5 337 Indiana State 4 266

Avg. Length 53.3 81.0 66.0 68.3 69.3 65.4 75.2 52.7 43.0 67.4 66.5

Total Avg. Plays Plays 10-plus 5-or-less 1-Play 51 7.3 1 0 0 8 8.0 0 0 0 30 7.5 1 0 0 23 7.7 1 2 0 21 7.0 0 0 0 25 5.0 0 2 1 45 7.5 1 1 0 42 7.0 0 0 0 35 5.8 1 3 1 29 5.8 0 3 0 23 5.8 1 2 0

Opponent Longest Drives Breakdown by # of Plays 15; Southern Illinois by # of Yards 99; Southern Illinois Time of Possession 5:53 (11 plays, 79 yards) UNI Most Points in a Quarter: 21; North Dakota State (2nd) Most Points in a Half: 28; Penn State (2nd) | Missouri State (2nd) Scoreless Quarters: 8

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2010 STATISTICS 2010 RESULTS/NOTES Date Opponent Site Time/Score Notes Sept. 4 at Penn State State College, Pa. L, 14-44 YSU led 7-3 after first quarter; Barnes 11 catches, 134 yards, TD; Hess 21-of-25, 2 TD Sept. 11 Butler Stambaugh W, 31-7 Bellamy 2 TDs; Barnes 86-yard punt return TD; YSU 286 yards rushing Sept. 18 Central Connecticut St. Stambaugh W, 63-24 School-record-tying 63 points, eight rushing TDs; Cook 14 rush, 179 yds, 3 TD Sept. 25 Southern Illinois* Stambaugh W, 31-28 YSU trailed 14-0 and led 31-14; Hess 3 TD passes; Cook 111 yds; Forced 4 TOs Oct. 2 at Missouri State* Springfield, Mo. L, 25-35 YSU led 17-0 after first quarter; Cook 167 yards, 2 TD; Liste 69-yard punt Oct. 9 North Dakota State* Stambaugh L, 29-34 YSU led 29-28 with :51 left; Hess 252 yards; Bellamy 21-156; Barnes 10-151 Oct. 16 at Western Illinois* Macomb, Ill. L, 38-40 YSU led 38-34 with just over a minute left and 24-14 at half; Bellamy 3 TD, Cook 30-161 Oct. 23 at South Dakota State* Brookings, S.D. L, 20-30 Hess 26-of-46 for 263, 2 TDs; Barnes 10-110-1; Led 9-7 in second quarter; Blose 2 FGs Oct. 30 UNI* (HC) Stambaugh L, 30-34 YSU led 14-3 in second quarter; Four fourth-quarter lead changes Nov. 6 at Illinois State* Normal, Ill. L, 39-41 YSU took first lead with 26.9 seconds left; ISU scored with 0.7 left; Cook 43-213 rush Nov. 13 Indiana State* Stambaugh L, 24-30 Guins had two first-half leads; Final pass in end zone incomplete; Bellamy 2 TDs All Times are Eastern and subject to change | *Missouri Valley Football Conference game | (HC) Homecoming

Starting Lineups (First Snap of Game) OFFENSE Pos. Penn St. WR Watts WR Barnes LT Radakovich LG Rodemoyer C Rechichar RG Coates RT Main TB Cook QB Hess WR Harrell TE Sharbaugh *Two tailback set

Butler Ducatel Barnes Radakovich Rodemoyer Rechichar Coates Main Cook Hess Harrell Bellamy*

CCSU Ducatel Barnes Radakovich Rodemoyer Rechichar Coates Main Cook Hess Watts Sharbaugh

SIU Ducatel Barnes Radakovich Rodemoyer Rechichar Coates Main Cook Hess Harrell Bellamy*

MSU Watts Barnes Radakovich Rodemoyer Rechichar Coates Main Cook Hess Harrell Sharbaugh

NDSU Watts Barnes Radakovich Rodemoyer Rechichar Coates Main Cook Hess Ducatel Sharbaugh

WIU Watts Barnes Radakovich Rodemoyer Rechichar Coates Main Cook Hess Ducatel Sharbaugh

SDSU Watts Barnes Radakovich Rodemoyer Rechichar Elkins Coates Bellamy Hess Harrell Banna

UNI Watts Barnes Radakovich Rodemoyer Rechichar Elkins Coates Cook Hess Ducatel Banna

ILS Watts Barnes Radakovich Rodemoyer Rechichar Elkins Coates Cook Hess Ducatel Barboza

INS Watts Barnes Radakovich Rodemoyer Rechichar Elkins Coates Cook Hess Ducatel Sharbaugh

Butler D’Alesio Elliott Louis Ross Meadows Nicholson A. Johnson Matelan Tate Rach Sasson

CCSU Shaw Elliott Louis Ross Meadows Nicholson Moss Matelan Tate Rach Sasson

SIU Shaw Elliott Louis Ross Meadows Nicholson Miller Matelan Tate Rach Sasson

MSU Shaw D’Alesio Louis Ross Meadows Nicholson Miller Matelan Tate Rach Sasson

NDSU Shaw D’Alesio Louis Ross Ekweremuba Nicholson A. Johnson Matelan Tate Rach Sasson

WIU Shaw D’Alesio Louis Ross Ekweremuba Nicholson A. Johnson Matelan Tate Rach Sasson

SDSU Shaw D’Alesio Boatwright Ross Ekweremuba Nicholson A. Johnson Matelan Tate Rach Sasson

UNI Shaw D’Alesio Boatwright Ross Ekweremuba Nicholson A. Johnson Matelan Rich Rach Sasson

ILS Mayes D’Alesio Boatwright Ross Ekweremuba Nicholson A. Johnson Matelan Rich Rach Sasson

INS Shaw D. Williams Louis Ross Ekweremuba Nicholson A. Johnson Matelan Rich Rach Sasson

DEFENSE Pos. SS FS CB CB DE DT NT DE WILL SAM MIKE

Penn St. Gooden Elliott Louis Ross Stewart Nicholson A. Johnson Matelan Tate Rach Sasson

Turnover Margin YSU TO Penn State 0 Butler 0 Central Connecticut State 1 Southern Illinois 1 Missouri State 3 North Dakota State 3 Western Illinois 0 South Dakota State 1 UNI 2 Illinois State 2 Indiana State 4 Total 17

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OPP TO 1 1 1 4 1 2 0 0 1 1 3 15

GAME MARGIN +1 +1 Even +3 -2 -1 Even -1 -1 -1 -1

SEASON MARGIN +1 +2 +2 +5 +3 +2 +2 +1 Even -1 -2 -2

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2010 STATISTICS OPPONENT TEAM HIGHS

YSU TEAM HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass Attempts Pass Completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points First Quarter Points Second Quarter Points Third Quarter Points Fourth Quarter Points First Half Points Second Half Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

59 322 7.5 8 46 26 263 9.6 3 98 523 8.1 63 17 28 14 21 35 28 3 33 9 106 3 2

at Illinois State (Nov. 6) Central Connecticut St. (Sept. 18) Central Connecticut St. (Sept. 18) Central Connecticut St. (Sept. 18) at South Dakota State (Oct. 23) at South Dakota State (Oct. 23) at South Dakota State (Oct. 23) Central Connecticut St. (Sept. 18) Southern Illinois (Sept. 25) at Illinois State (Nov. 16) at Illinois State (Nov. 16) Central Connecticut St. (Sept. 18) Central Connecticut St. (Sept. 18) at Missouri State (Oct. 2) Central Connecticut St. (Sept. 18) at Illinois State (Nov. 6) Central Connecticut St. (Sept. 18) Central Connecticut St. (Sept. 18) Central Connecticut St. (Sept. 18) UNI (Oct. 30) at Illinois State (Nov. 6) at Missouri State (Oct. 2) at Missouri State (Oct. 2) at MSU (Oct. 2); NDSU (Oct. 9) Southern Illinois (Sept. 25)

YSU INDIVIDUAL HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes

43 213 3 3 Long Rush 71 Pass Attempts 46 Pass Completions 26 Yards Passing 263 TD Passes 3 Long Pass 80 Receptions 11 Yards Receiving 151 TD Receptions 2 Longest Reception 80 Total Offense 270 Total Offensive Plays 49 Field Goals Made 3 Field Goal Attempts 3 Long Field Goal 43 Punts 7 Punting Avg. 46.0 Punting Yards 284 Long Punt 69 Long Punt Return 86 Punt Return Yards 90 Long Kickoff Return 39 39 Kickoff Return Yards 109 Tackles 11 Sacks 2.0 Tackles For Loss 3.5 Interceptions 1

Jamaine Cook at Illinois State Jamaine Cook at Illinois State Jamaine Cook vs. CCSU Adaris Bellamy at Western Illinois Jamaine Cook at Missouri State Kurt Hess at South Dakota State Kurt Hess at South Dakota State Kurt Hess at South Dakota State Kurt Hess vs. Southern Illinois Kurt Hess at Penn State Dominique Barnes at Penn State Dominique Barnes vs. NDSU Kevin Watts vs. Southern Illinois Dominique Barnes at Penn State Kurt Hess vs. North Dakota State Kurt Hess at South Dakota State Stephen Blose vs. North Dakota State Stephen Blose vs. SIU; NDSU Stephen Blose vs. North Dakota State Nick Liste at Penn State Nick Liste vs. Southern Illinois Nick Liste at Penn State Nick Liste at Missouri State Dominique Barnes vs. Butler Dominique Barnes vs. Butler Jamaine Cook vs. CCSU Jamaine Cook at Illinois State Jamaine Cook at South Dakota State Donald D’Alesio at Missouri State David Rach vs. Southern Illinois Torrance Nicholson at Western Illinois Seven Times

Rushes Yards Rushing Yards Per Rush TD Rushes Pass Attempts Pass Completions Yards Passing Yards Per Pass TD Passes Total Plays Total Offense Yards Per Play Points First Quarter Points Second Quarter Points Third Quarter Points Fourth Quarter Points First Half Points Second Half Points Sacks By First Downs Penalties Penalty Yards Turnovers Interceptions By

49 279 6.1 3 42 29 390 11.3 5 77 492 8.3 44 15 21 21 17 23 28 2 25 9 105 4 4

UNI (Oct. 30) UNI (Oct. 30) North Dakota State (Oct. 9) at WIU (Oct. 16); UNI (Oct. 30) Southern Illinois (Sept. 25) at Illinois State (Nov. 6) at Illinois State (Nov. 6) at South Dakota State (Oct. 23) at Illinois State (Nov. 6) at Missouri State (Oct. 2) at South Dakota State (Oct. 23) at Illinois State (Nov. 6) at Penn State (Sept. 4) Indiana State (Nov. 13) North Dakota State (Oct. 9) at Illinois State (Nov. 6) UNI (Oct. 30) Indiana State (Nov. 13) at PSU (Sept. 4); at MSU (Oct. 2) Four times at Missouri State (Oct. 2) at MSU (Oct. 2); at WIU (Oct. 16) at Western Illinois (Oct. 16) Southern Illinois (Sept. 25) Indiana State (Nov. 13)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL HIGHS Rushes Yards Rushing TD Rushes Long Rush Pass Attempts Pass Completions Yards Passing TD Passes Long Pass Receptions Yards Receiving TD Receptions Long Reception Total Offense Total Offensive Plays Field Goals Made Field Goal Attempts Long Field Goal Punts Punting Avg Long Punt Long Punt Return Long Kickoff Return Tackles Sacks Tackles For Loss Interceptions

28 194 2 2 62 42 29 390 5 68 14 206 3 68 380 48 3 3 4 49 6 46.0 62 38 100 16 16 1.5 3.0 2

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#1

Penn State 44, Youngstown State 14 Sept. 4 • University Park, Pa. Beaver Stadium | Att: 101,213

Score by Quarters Youngstown State Penn State

1 7 3

2 3 0 0 13 14

The Penguins led 7-6 late in the second quarter before the Nittany Lions scored 17 points in a span of 1:32 to seize control en route to a 44-14 win in front of 101,213 at Beaver Stadium. The biggest play was a 100-yard kickoff return for touchdown by Chaz Powell to start the third quarter. YSU took a 7-3 lead when Kurt Hess and Dominique Barnes connected on an 80-yard score 2:09 left in the first quarter. In the first half, the YSU defense held PSU to three field goals and one touchdown before the Nittany Lions added 28 second-half points to earn a season-opening victory. YSU had more time of possession - 31:30 to 28:30, fewer turnovers (1-0), more fourthdown conversions (2-0), more total offensive plays (59-58), more rushing attempts (3429) and more pass completions (21-20) than Penn State. Barnes tied the school record for receptions in a game with 11. Hess had a strong starting debut going 21-of-25 for 189 yards and two touchdowns in the game.

4 7 14

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Team Statistics YSU PSU First Downs 14 22 Rushes 34 29 Yards 75 132 Passes 21-25 20-29 Yards 189 239 Total Plays 59 58 Total Yards 264 371 Avg. Play 4.5 6.4 Fumbles 1 0 Lost 0 0 Penalties 8 3 Yards 65 20 Punts 7-284 1-45 Avg. 40.6 45.0 Punt Returns 0-0 3-24 Avg. 0.0 8.0 KO Returns 4-64 3-142 Avg. 16.0 47.3 INTs 1 0 Return Yds 0 0 TOP 31:30 28:30 3rd Down 2-13 7-11 4th Down 2-3 0-0 Sacks By 0-0 1-8

GAME

#2

Youngstown State 31, Butler 7 Sept. 11 • Youngstown, Ohio Stambaugh Stadium | Att: 18,025

Score by Quarters Butler Youngstown State

1 0 7

2 7 10

3 0 7

YSU picked up a 31-7 victory over the Bulldogs at Stambaugh Stadium. The Guins have now won 15 consecutive home openers. The Penguins broke open a 17-7 game against Butler late in the third quarter when Dominique Barnes returned a punt 86 yards for a touchdown. YSU took a 7-0 lead when Jordan Thompson scored his first career touchdown in the opening quarter. In the second, Adaris Bellamy’s first career score from five yards out increased the advantage to 14-0. Butler cut the deficit in half on a 3-yard pass from Andrew Huck to Jeff Larsen midway through the second quarter, but the Guins scored the final 17 points of the game. Stephen Blose kicked a 29-yard field goal just before halftime, Barnes scored on his punt return and Bellamy added a 25-yard score in the fourth quarter. The Penguins rushed for 286 yards, their most in a game since September 2008. Jamaine Cook led the way with 93 yards on 18 carries.

4 0 7

Final 7 31 Team Statistics BU YSU First Downs 16 23 Rushes 27 48 Yards 94 286 Passes 21-34 9-16 Yards 189 91 Total Plays 61 64 Total Yards 283 377 Avg. Play 4.6 5.9 Fumbles 1 0 Lost 0 0 Penalties 3 4 Yards 20 40 Punts 4-177 3-121 Avg. 44.2 40.3 Punt Returns 1-0 2-90 Avg. 0.0 45.0 KO Returns 6-153 2-26 Avg. 25.5 13.0 INTs 0 1 Return Yds 0 18 TOP 30:39 29:21 3rd Down 7-14 5-10 4th Down 0-2 0-1 Sacks By 0-0 1-11

Scoring Summary

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter PSU 3:58 • Collin Wagner 44-yard field goal YSU 2:09 • Dominique Barnes 80-yard pass from Kurt Hess (Stephen Blose kick) 2nd Quarter PSU 14:08 • Wagner 49-yard field goal PSU 1:20 • Brett Brackett 20-yard pass from Rob Bolden (Wagner kick) PSU 0:00 • Wagner 48-yard field goal 3rd Quarter PSU 14:48 • Chaz Powell 100-yard kickoff return (Wagner kick) PSU 8:56 • Brackett 22-yard pass from Bolden (Wagner kick) 4th Quarter PSU 13:37 • Stephfon Green 6-yard run (Wagner kick) PSU 6:54 • Kevin Newsome 1-yard run (David Soldner kick) YSU 0:40 • Ely Ducatel 7-yard pass from Hess (Blose kick)

1st Quarter YSU 3:35 • Jordan Thompson 8-yard run (Stephen Blose kick) 2nd Quarter YSU 11:22 • Adaris Bellamy 5-yard run (Blose kick) BU 7:59 • Jeff Larsen 3-yard pass from Andrew Huck (David Lang kick) YSU 0:40 • Blose 29-yard field goal 3rd Quarter YSU 3:35 • Dominique Barnes 86-yard punt return (Blose kick) 4th Quarter YSU 14:09 • Bellamy 25-yard run (Blose kick)

Individual Statistics

RUSHING: Youngstown State • Adaris Bellamy 12-38; Jamaine Cook 10-31; Jordan Thompson 3-18; Josh Lee 1-6; Kurt Hess 5-4; Kevin Watts 2-(-6); Team 1-(-16). Penn State • Evan Royster 11-40; Stephfon Green 6-32; Kevin Newsome 3-21; Silas Redd 3-20; Devon Smith 2-7; Curtis Dukes 1-5; Michael Zordich 1-4; Joe Suhey 1-2; Rob Bolden 1-1. PASSING: Youngstown State • Kurt Hess 21-25-189. Penn State • Rob Bolden 20-29239. RECEIVING: Youngstown State • Dominique Barnes 11-134; Josh Lee 2-14; Ely Ducatel 2-12; Adaris Bellamy 2-4; Kevin Watts 1-7; David Rogers 1-7; Jordan Thompson 1-6; Andre Barboza 1-5. Penn State • Brett Brackett 8-98; Derrick Moye 5-61; Justin Brown 3-35; Evan Royster 3-18; Devon Smith 1-27. INTERCEPTIONS: Youngstown State • David Rach 1-0. Penn State • None.

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Individual Statistics

RUSHING: Butler • Matt Kobli 8-46; Andrew Huck 8-23; Ryan Hitchcock 7-13; Scott Gray 4-12. Youngstown State • Jamaine Cook 18-93; Jordan Thompson 10-65; Adaris Bellamy 10-60; Torrian Pace 9-39; Kurt Hess 3-11; Allen Jones 1-9; Kevin Watts 1-9. PASSING: Butler • Andrew Huck 20-32-148; Matt Kobli 1-2-41. Youngstown State • Kurt Hess 9-16-91. RECEIVING: Butler • Jordan Koopman 5-55; Zach Watkins 5-25; Scott Gray 4-30; Eddie McHale 3-25; Jeff Larsen 2-7; Andrew Huck 1-41; Ryan Hitchcock 1-6. Youngstown State • Ely Ducatel 3-19; Jamaine Cook 2-25; Kevin Watts 2-25; Dominique Barnes 2-22. INTERCEPTIONS: Butler • None. Youngstown State • Randy Louis 1-18.

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#3

Youngstown State 63, Central Connecticut State 24 Sept. 18 • Youngstown, Ohio Stambaugh Stadium | Att: 16,386

Score by Quarters 1 Central Connecticut St. 7 Youngstown State 7

2 7 28

3 3 7

YSU tied the school record for points and rushing touchdowns in a game in a 63-24 victory over Central Connecticut State at Stambaugh Stadium. The Guins scored eight rushing touchdowns and capped the onslaught with a 20-yard fumble return for a score by Jaimie Frasure. The Penguins scored four plays into the game when Jamaine Cook raced 45 yards for a score. CCSU tied the contest late in the first period before the team’s traded touchdowns early in the second. YSU scored three straight touchdowns breaking open a 14-all tie to lead 35-14 at halftime. The Guins outscored the Blue Devils 28-10 in the second half, with 21 points coming in the final quarter. Cook had three scores and 174 yards on just 14 carries to lead the way on the ground. Adaris Bellamy and Jordan Thompson also had two scores while Allen Jones added a fourth-quarter touchdown. Frasure became the first player since 2002 to return a fumble for a touchdown.

4 7 21

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Team Statistics CCSU YSU First Downs 19 23 Rushes 41 43 Yards 174 322 Passes 17-28 15-20 Yards 184 191 Total Plays 69 63 Total Yards 358 513 Avg. Play 5.2 8.1 Fumbles 3 2 Lost 1 0 Penalties 8 6 Yards 68 65 Punts 6-217 2-80 Avg. 36.2 40.0 Punt Returns 0-0 3-66 Avg. 0.0 22.0 KO Returns 8-158 5-99 Avg. 19.8 19.8 INTs 1 0 Return Yds 13 0 TOP 31:26 28:34 3rd Down 9-16 6-10 4th Down 0-0 1-1 Sacks By 0-0 1-10

GAME

#4

Youngstown State 31, No. 13 Southern Illinois 28 Sept. 25 • Youngstown, Ohio Stambaugh Stadium | Att: 17,066

Score by Quarters Southern Illinois Youngstown State

1 2 14 0 0 21

3 0 7

YSU overcame a 14-point deficit by scoring 31 unanswered points then had to hang on to earn a 31-28 victory over 13th-ranked Southern Illinois, snapping the Salukis’ 14game conference winning streak. SIU scored two touchdowns late in the first quarter returning a blocked punt 38 yards for a score and capitalizing on a YSU turnover on an eight-yard pass from Chris Dieker to John Goode. The second quarter belonged to the Penguins as Kurt Hess threw two touchdown passes to Kevin Watts (15 and seven yards) and connected with Carson Sharbaugh (three) on a third. Jamaine Cook increased the lead to 2814 in the third and Stephen Blose’s 39-yard fourth-quarter field goal gave the Guins a 31-14 lead. SIU scored with 1:28 left and after recovering an onside kick cut the deficit to three just 44 seconds later. The Salukis’ second onside kick try went out of bounds and the Guins ran out the clock to earn the win.

4 14 3

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Team Statistics SIU YSU First Downs 20 22 Rushes 22 56 Yards 65 206 Passes 24-42 9-15 Yards 258 94 Total Plays 64 71 Total Yards 323 300 Avg. Play 5.0 4.2 Fumbles 2 2 Lost 2 1 Penalties 7 6 Yards 74 44 Punts 3-93 3-92 Avg. 31.0 30.7 Punt Returns 2-55 0-0 Avg. 27.5 0.0 KO Returns 4-74 3-69 Avg. 18.5 23.0 INTs 0 2 Return Yds 0 20 TOP 22:44 37:16 3rd Down 4-10 7-14 4th Down 0-0 0-0 Sacks By 2-8 2-14

Scoring Summary

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter YSU 13:22 • Jamaine Cook 45-yard run (Stephen Blose kick) CCSU 1:29 • Gunnar Jespersen 2-yard run (Joe Izzo kick) 2nd Quarter YSU 14:51 • Cook 52-yard run (Blose kick) CCSU 14:19 • Nate Pagan 16-yard run (Izzo kick) YSU 13:42 • Adaris Bellamy 18-yard run (Blose kick) YSU 5:06 • Jordan Thompson 1-yard run (Blose kick) YSU 0:40 • Thompson 1-yard run (Blose kick) 3rd Quarter CCSU 8:53 • Izzo 37-yard field goal YSU 5:48 • Cook 23-yard run(Blose kick) 4th Quarter YSU 14:36 • Bellamy 4-yard run (Blose kick) CCSU 9:24 • Dennis Spadaro 2-yard pass from Jespersen (Izzo kick) YSU 2:32 • Allen Jones 7-yard run (Blose kick) YSU 2:15 • Jaimie Frasure 20-yard fumble return (Blose kick)

1st Quarter SIU 2:16 • Taylon Hunter 38-yard blocked punt return (Kyle Dougherty kick) SIU 0:04 • John Goode 8-yard pass from Chris Dieker (Dougherty kick) 2nd Quarter YSU 10:16 • Kevin Watts 15-yard pass from Kurt Hess (Stephen Blose kick) YSU 5:47 • Watts 7-yard pass from Hess (Blose kick) YSU 1:32 • Carson Sharbaugh 3-yard pass from Hess (Blose kick) 3rd Quarter YSU 6:04 • Jamaine Cook 1-yard run (Blose kick) 4th Quarter YSU 14:56 • Blose 37-yard field goal SIU 1:28 • Dieker 4-yard run (Dougherty kick) SIU 0:44 • Joe Allaria 37-yard pass from Dieker (Dougherty kick)

Individual Statistics

RUSHING: Central Connecticut State • Everette Benajmin 14-85; Gunnar Jespersen 15-68; Nate Pagan 4-11; Chris Tolbert 4-11; Eric Richardson 2-9; Denzell Jones 2-(-10). Youngstown State • Jamaine Cook 14-179; Allen Jones 5-58; Jordan Thompson 7-26; Adaris Bellamy 8-26; Kurt Hess 5-19; Torrian Pace 4-14. PASSING: Central Connecticut State • Gunnar Jespersen 16-26-180; Team 0-1-0; Denzell Jones 1-1-4. Youngstown State • Kurt Hess 15-20-191. RECEIVING: Central Connecticut State • Devan Baker 4-56; Raul Debenendittis 4-24; P.J. Borawski 2-71; Anthony Julbes 2-22; Nick Bacarella 2-(-2); Richie Martin 1-7; Everette Benjamin 1-4; Dennis Spadaro 1-2. Youngstown State • Kevin Watts 3-17; Ely Ducatel 2-41; Dominique Barnes 2-32; Adaris Bellamy 2-26; Jordan Thompson 2-10; David Rogers 1-36; Josh Lee 1-13; Jamaine Cook 1-11; Juilian Harrell 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: Central Connecticut State • Isaiah Boddie 1-13. Youngstown State • None.

Individual Statistics

RUSHING: Southern Illinois • Lucien Walker 11-53; Shariff Harris 2-11; Steve Strother 1-5; Team 1-(-1); Chris Dieker 7-(-3). Youngstown State • Jamaine Cook 26-111; Adaris Bellamy 8-32; Kevin Watts 3-26; Kurt Hess 6-18; Jordan Thompson 7-16; Dominique Barnes 3-11; Team 3-(-8). PASSING: Southern Illinois • Chris Dieker 24-42-258. Youngstown State • Kurt Hess 9-15-94. RECEIVING: Southern Illinois • Jeff Evans 10-100; Joe Allaria 9-91; David Lewis 2-14; Kyle Harruff 1-28; Lucien Walker 1-17; John Goode 1-8. Youngstown State • Dominqiue Barnes 2-26; David Rogers 2-25; Kevin Watts 2-22; Jamaine Cook 1-11; Juilian Harrell 1-7; Carson Sharbaugh 1-3. INTERCEPTIONS: Southern Illinois • None. Youngstown State • Brandian Ross 1-13; Deonta Tate 1-7.

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#5

Missouri State 35, Youngstown State 25 Oct. 2 • Springfield, Mo. Plaster Field | Att: 13,489

Score by Quarters Youngstown State Missouri State

1 17 0

2 0 7

3 0 14

YSU led 17-0 after dominating the first quarter and 17-7 late in the third before Missouri State’s defense scored two touchdowns in a span of 90 seconds as the Bears rallied for a 35-25 win at Plaster Field. The Penguins jumped on top just three plays into the game when Jamaine Cook went 71 yards for a touchdown. After a Stephen Blose field goal, Cook scored from five yards out to increase the lead to 17. MSU hung around and trailing 17-7 in the third recovered a fumble for a score in the end zone and returned an interception 40 yards for a score. The Bears led 28-17 before YSU pulled within 28-25 in the fourth on a two-yard touchdown run by Jordan Thompson and two-point conversion by Kurt Hess. However, Cody Kirby threw a 43-yard touchdown pass on a 3rd-and-12 play with 3:33 remaining to preserve the come-frombehind win. Cook finished with 167 yards on 26 attempts and had two touchdowns.

4 8 14

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#6 Final 25 35

Team Statistics YSU MSU First Downs 15 25 Rushes 39 38 Yards 168 112 Passes 13-33 24-39 Yards 165 298 Total Plays 72 77 Total Yards 333 410 Avg. Play 4.6 5.3 Fumbles 2 2 Lost 1 1 Penalties 9 9 Yards 106 72 Punts 6-259 5-169 Avg. 43.2 33.8 Punt Returns 2-63 2-26 Avg. 31.5 13.0 KO Returns 4-62 3-63 Avg. 15.5 21.0 INTs 0 2 Return Yds 0 55 TOP 29:59 30:01 3rd Down 3-14 7-16 4th Down 0-3 1-1 Sacks By 0-0 2-11

No. 17 North Dakota State 34, Youngstown State 29 Oct. 9 • Youngstown, Ohio Stambaugh Stadium | Att: 15,068

Score by Quarters North Dakota State Youngstown State

1 2 0 21 10 10

3 7 0

YSU overcame an eight-point deficit to lead 29-28 with 51 seconds left following Stephen Blose’s 38-yard field. However, Noth Dakota State answered just 17 seconds later as Jose Mohler connected on a 45-yard scoring pass to Justin Howard as the Penguins suffered a 34-29 heartbreaking loss to the Bison. YSU led 10-0 after the first quarter, but found itself down 21-20 at halftime after NDSU had three touchdowns in the second. The Bison scored on its inital possession of the third quarter to go in front 28-20. The Penguins pulled within 28-26 with 10:38 left on a two-yard run by Adaris Bellamy. YSU took its first lead of the second half when Blose connected from 38 yards out. NDSU started on its 45-yard line and following a 10-yard holding penalty on YSU, Mohler hooked up with Howard for the game-winning score. Bellamy had a career-high 156 yards on 21 carries for the Guins.

4 6 9

Final 34 29 Team Statistics NDSU YSU First Downs 17 25 Rushes 35 45 Yards 215 236 Passes 14-20 22-31 Yards 211 252 Total Plays 55 76 Total Yards 426 488 Avg. Play 7.7 6.4 Fumbles 2 3 Lost 1 3 Penalties 5 7 Yards 43 75 Punts 3-135 2-76 Avg. 45.0 38.0 Punt Returns 0-0 1-3 Avg. 0.0 3.0 KO Returns 6-155 4-75 Avg. 25.8 18.8 INTs 0 1 Return Yds 0 2 TOP 26:30 33:30 3rd Down 2-8 11-16 4th Down 1-1 0-0 Sacks By 1-5 2-14

Scoring Summary

Scoring Summary

1st Quarter YSU 13:26 • Jamaine Cook 71-yard run (Stephen Blose kick) YSU 5:49 • Blose 24-yard field goal YSU 3:10 • Cook 5-yard run (Blose kick) 2nd Quarter MSU 13:43 • Cadarrius Dotson 30-yard pass from Cody Kirby (Jordan Chiles kick) 3rd Quarter MSU 3:32 • Howard Scarborough 0-yard fumble recovery (Chiles kick) MSU 2:02 • Adam Beauchamp 40-yard interception return (Chiles kick) 4th Quarter MSU 11:37 • Chris Douglas 22-yard run (Chiles kick) YSU 7:47 • Jordan Thompson 2-yard run (Kurt Hess rush) MSU 3:33 • Jermaine Saffold 43-yard pass from Kirby (Chiles kick)

1st Quarter YSU 10:45 • Stephen Blose 43-yard field goal YSU 6:49 • Kurt Hess 2-yard run (Blose kick) 2nd Quarter NDSU 14:54 • D.J. McNorton 4-yard pass from Jose Mohler (Ryan Jastram kick) YSU 12:51 • Dominique Barnes 50-yard pass from Hess (Blose kick) NDSU 8:21 • Derrick Lang 1-yard run (Jastram kick) NDSU 4:55 • Mike Sigers 56-yard run (Jastram kick) YSU 0:11 • Blose 24-yard field goal 3rd Quarter NDSU 11:47 • Matt Veldman 4-yard pass from Mohler (Jastram kick) 4th Quarter YSU 10:38 • Adaris Bellamy 2-yard run (Hess pass failed) YSU 0:51 • Blose 38-yard field goal NDSU 0:34 • Justin Howard 45-yard pass from Mohler (Mohler run failed)

Individual Statistics

RUSHING: Youngstown State • Jamaine Cook 26-167; Adaris Bellamy 2-12; Kevin Watts 2-(-1); Team 1-(-2); Jordan Thompson 3-(-2); Kurt Hess 5-(-6). Missouri State • Chris Douglas 11-63; Cody Kirby 9-26; Stephen Johnston 13-24; Cadarrius Dotson 2-19; Team 3-(-20). PASSING: Youngstown State • Kurt Hess 13-33-165. Missouri State • Cody Kirby 24-39298. RECEIVING: Youngstown State • Juilian Harrell 5-65; Jamaine Cook 3-50; Carson Sharbaugh 2-24; Ely Ducatel 2-9; Dominique Barnes 1-17. Missouri State • Jermaine Scaffold 9-114; Cadarrius Dotson 5-103; Wes Miller 4-50; Stephen Johnston 3-10; Trevor Wooden 2-12; Justin Fuselier 1-9. INTERCEPTIONS: Youngstown State • None. Missouri State • Adam Beauchamp 1-40; Nick Canavan 1-15.

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Individual Statistics

RUSHING: North Dakota State • D.J. McNorton 17-90; Mike Sigers 3-69; Matt Voigtlander 3-48; Titus Mack 2-13; Derrick Lang 2-3; Brock Jensen 4-2; Team 2-(-2); Jose Mohler 2-(-8). Youngstown State • Adaris Bellamy 21-156; Jamaine Cook 9-39; Kurt Hess 11-18; Allen Jones 2-18; Kevin Watts 2-5. PASSING: North Dakota State • Jose Mohler 11-14-192; Brock Jensen 3-5-19; Dante Perez 0-1-0. Youngstown State • Kurt Hess 22-31-252. RECEIVING: North Dakota State • D.J. McNorton 6-131; Justin Howard 2-44; Warren Holloway 2-13; Titus Mack 2-12; Landon Smith 1-7; Matt Veldman 1-4. Youngstown State • Dominqiue Barnes 10-151; Adaris Bellamy 4-15; Ely Ducatel 2-22; David Rogers 2-20; Jamaine Cook 2-16; Carson Sharbaugh 1-23; Juilian Harrell 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: North Dakota State • None. Youngstown State • Brandian Ross 1-2.

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GAME

No. 23 Western Illinois 40, Youngstown State 38 Oct. 16 • Macomb, Ill. Hanson Field | Att: 13,404

Score by Quarters Youngstown State Western Illinois

1 2 3 10 14 7 7 7 14

In a contest that featured nine lead changes, the final one went to Western Illinois as the Penguins dropped a tough 40-38 decision to the Leatherneck. YSU led 24-14 at halftime, only to trail 2824 late in the third quarter. Adaris Bellamy’s third touchdown run of the game put YSU ahead 31-28 with 57 seconds left in the quarter. On the first play of the fourth quarter, WIU went on top 34-31, but the Guins fought back to lead 38-34 on a five-yard touchdown run by Jamaine Cook with 5:27 remaining. The YSU defense held, but on third-and-four from the YSU 44, Cook was stopped for a loss with 2:22 left. WIU moved 80 yards in seven plays and took the lead for good when Matt Barr hit Lito Senatus on a 17-yard score with 1:00 left. Barr and Senatus hooked up on the final three plays of the drive. Any final YSU comeback hopes ended when Kurt Hess’s pass to Kevin Watts was incomplete on fourth down.

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Team Statistics YSU WIU First Downs 32 24 Rushes 57 33 Yards 293 178 Passes 19-32 22-34 Yards 213 302 Total Plays 89 67 Total Yards 506 480 Avg. Play 5.7 7.2 Fumbles 1 1 Lost 0 0 Penalties 7 9 Yards 75 105 Punts 4-172 6-253 Avg. 43.0 42.2 Punt Returns 3-0 1-0 Avg. 0.0 0.0 KO Returns 6-123 6-118 Avg. 20.5 19.7 INTs 0 0 Return Yds 0 0 TOP 36:03 23:57 3rd Down 6-14 5-11 4th Down 0-2 0-0 Sacks By 2-15 1-3

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter YSU 11:31 • Stephen Blose 35-yard field goal WIU 10:03 • Terriun Crump 22-yard pass from Matt Barr (Charlie Jouett kick) YSU 0:31 • Kurt Hess 4-yard run (Blose kick) 2nd Quarter WIU 12:07 • Lito Senatus 21-yard pass from Barr (Jouett kick) YSU 7:35 • Adaris Bellamy 1-yard run (Blose kick) YSU 2:23 • Bellamy 3-yard run (Blose kick) 3rd Quarter WIU 11:23 • Barr 3-yard run (Jouett kick) WIU 3:30 • Barr 5-yard run (Jouett kick) YSU 0:57 • Bellamy 2-yard run (Blose kick) 4th Quarter WIU 14:55 • Caulton Ray 10-yard run (Jouett kick failed) YSU 5:27 • Jamaine Cook 5-yard run (Blose kick) WIU 1:00 • Senatus 17-yard pass from Barr (Jouett kick failed)

Individual Statistics

RUSHING: Youngstown State • Jamaine Cook 30-161; Adaris Bellamy 17-71; Kurt Hess 7-38; Josh Lee 1-25; Kevin Watts 1-0; Team 1-(-2). Western Illinois • Caulton Ray 13-83; Matt Barr 10-53; Bryce Flowers 8-42; Josh Gabelmann 1-1; Team 1-(-1). PASSING: Youngstown State • Kurt Hess 19-31-213; Team 0-1-0. Western Illinois • Matt Barr 22-34-302. RECEIVING: Youngstown State • Dominique Barnes 7-85; Ely Ducatel 6-68; Jamaine Cook 2-1; Kyle Banna 1-19; Kevin Watts 1-14; Adaris Bellamy 1-14; Juilian Harrell 1-12. Western Illinois • Lito Senatus 7-110; Bryce Flowers 4-54; Justin Morgan 4-49; Terrium Crump 4-39; Charles Chestnut 2-28; Aaron Muhammad 1-22. INTERCEPTIONS: Youngstown State • None. Western Illinois • None.

South Dakota State 30, Youngstown State 20 Oct. 23 • Brookings, S.D. Coughlin-Alumni Stadium | Att: 14,697

Score by Quarters Youngstown State South Dakota State

1 9 7

2 0 10

3 3 3

Big passing plays by South Dakota State and Kyle Minett’s legs made the difference as the Penguins suffered a 30-20 loss to the Jackrabbits at Coughlin-Alumni Stadium. SDSU had four passes of 33 yards or more, all of which came on scoring drives, and Minett rushed for 185 yards on 26 attempts as the Jackrabbits beat YSU for the third consecutive time. Trailing 7-0, YSU went up 9-7 following a Stephen Blose 34-yard field goal and a 33-yard touchdown pass from Kurt Hess to Dominique Barnes with 1:41 left in the first quarter. But South Dakota State scored 23 of the next 26 points to go on top 30-12 midway through the fourth quarter. The Guins trailed 17-12 following Blose’s 19-yard field goal in the third, but 13 straight points proved too much to overcome. YSU pulled within 30-20 on a 15-yard pass from Hess to Ely Ducatel and a two-point conversion run by Hess with 5:34 left in the game.

4 8 10

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Team Statistics YSU SDSU First Downs 22 17 Rushes 33 39 Yards 139 209 Passes 26-46 14-25 Yards 263 283 Total Plays 79 64 Total Yards 402 492 Avg. Play 5.1 7.7 Fumbles 1 0 Lost 1 0 Penalties 4 5 Yards 35 50 Punts 4-157 3-108 Avg. 39.2 36.0 Punt Returns 1-1 2-7 Avg. 1.0 3.5 KO Returns 7-118 4-91 Avg. 16.9 22.8 INTs 0 0 Return Yds 0 0 TOP 30:23 29:37 3rd Down 8-17 8-16 4th Down 2-3 0-0 Sacks By 0-0 1-11

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter SDSU 12:04 • Kyle Minett 1-yard run (Peter Reifenrath kick) YSU 10:26 • Stephen Blose 34-yard field goal YSU 1:41 • Dominique Barnes 33-yard pass from Kurt Hess (Blose kick blocked) 2nd Quarter SDSU 4:59 • Reifenrath 43-yard field goal SDSU 1:14 • Colin Cochart 9-yard pass from Thomas O’Brien (Reifenrath kick) 3rd Quarter YSU 8:19 • Blose 19-yard field goal SDSU 4:19 • Reifenrath 42-yard field goal 4th Quarter SDSU 14:56 • Reifenrath 25-yard field goal SDSU 8:35 • Aaron Rollin 41-yard pass from O’Brien (Reifenrath kick) YSU 5:34 • Ely Ducatel 15-yard pass from Hess (Hess rush)

Individual Statistics

RUSHING: Youngstown State • Jamaine Cook 18-78; Adaris Bellamy 7-49; Nick Liste 1-12; Dominique Barnes 2-11; Kevin Watts 1-1; Kurt Hess 4-(-12). South Dakota State • Kyle Minett 26-185; Tyler Duffy 9-32; Team 3-(-4); Thomas O’Brien 1-(-4). PASSING: Youngstown State • Kurt Hess 26-46-263. South Dakota State • Thomas O’Brien 14-25-283. RECEIVING: Youngstown State • Dominique Barnes 10-110; Jamaine Cook 6-31; Ely Ducatel 5-70; Juilian Harrell 3-20; Carson Sharbaugh 1-19; Kyle Banna 1-13. South Dakota State • Aaron Rollin 5-127; Tyrel Kool 4-43; Kyle Minett 3-51; Brandon Hubert 1-53; Colin Cochart 1-9. INTERCEPTIONS: Youngstown State • None. South Dakota State • None.

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#9

No. 19 UNI 34, Youngstown State 30 Oct. 30 • Youngstown, Ohio Stambaugh Stadium | Att: 13,039

Score by Quarters UNI Youngstown State

1 3 7

2 7 10

3 7 0

YSU led 19th-ranked UNI 30-27 with just over two minutes remaining, but a long kickoff return and a one-play scoring drive wrestled victory from the Penguins’ grasp again in a 34-30 Homecoming loss. YSU jumped out to a 14-3 lead behind two Kurt Hess touchdown passes - 33 yards to Andre Barboza and 71 to Dominique Barnes. At halftime, the Guins were in front 17-10. With 5:32 left in the third quarter, UNI tied the game for the first time on a 29-yard touchdown run by UNI quarterback Tirrell Rennie. The fourth quarter featured 30 points and five lead changes. UNI led 20-17 following a Billy Hallgren field goal before YSU went on top 23-20 on a two-yard run by Adaris Bellamy. The Panthers led 27-23 before Jamaine Cook busted a 39-yard run for a score with 2:27 left. However, the ensuing kickoff was returned 57 yards by Carlos Anderson and Rennie scored the game-winner on a 19-yard run 19 seconds after YSU went ahead.

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Final 34 30

Team Statistics UNI YSU First Downs 22 16 Rushes 49 40 Yards 279 147 Passes 8-16 14-23 Yards 152 218 Total Plays 65 63 Total Yards 431 365 Avg. Play 6.6 5.8 Fumbles 1 1 Lost 0 1 Penalties 3 3 Yards 30 26 Punts 4-124 5-216 Avg. 31.0 43.2 Punt Returns 1-14 0-0 Avg. 14.0 0.0 KO Returns 3-104 7-99 Avg. 34.7 14.1 INTs 1 1 Return Yds 6 87 TOP 30:26 29:34 3rd Down 5-12 8-15 4th Down 0-0 0-1 Sacks By 1-7 3-21

1st Quarter YSU 11:18 • Andre Barboza 33-yard pass from Kurt Hess (Stephen Blose kick) UNI 0:00 • Billy Hallgren 20-yard field goal 2nd Quarter YSU 14:14 • Dominqiue Barnes 71-yard pass from Hess (Blose kick) UNU 9:42 • Schuylar Oordt 39-yard pass from Tirrell Rennie (Hallgren kick) YSU 0:00 • Blose 27-yard field goal 3rd Quarter UNI 5:32 • Rennie 29-yard run (Hallgren kick) 4th Quarter UNI 14:20 • Hallgren 32-yard field goal YSU 8:39 • Adaris Bellamy 2-yard run (Blose kick failed) UNI 6:03 • Jarred Herring 11-yard run (Hallgren kick) YSU 2:27 • Jamaine Cook 39-yard run (Blose kick) UNI 2:08 • Rennie 19-yard run (Hallgren kick)

Score by Quarters Youngstown State Illinois State

1 0 7

2 3 10 14 7 21

YSU fought back from 18 points down in the third quarter to lead 39-35 with 27 seconds remaining, however Illinois State scored on a 40-yard touchdown pass with 0.7 seconds left to hand the Guins a 41-39 loss. The Penguins trailed 35-17 in the third quarter before scoring 22 unanwsered points. Jamaine Cook scored on a sevenyard pass from Kurt Hess in the third to get YSU within 35-24. In the fourth quarter, Cook scored on a 16-yard run with 6:33 left and Hess found paydirt with 26.9 seconds to put the Guins on top 39-35. Illinois State pulled out the win when Matt Brown connected with Tyrone Walker on a 40-yard touchdown pass with 0.7 seconds remaining. Brown threw five touchdown passes while Walker caught three. Cook ended the contest rushing for 213 yards on 43 carries, the second most in a game in school history. He also had 311 all-purpose yards.

4 15 6

Final 39 41

Team Statistics YSU ISU First Downs 33 21 Rushes 59 22 Yards 273 98 Passes 19-39 29-37 Yards 250 390 Total Plays 98 59 Total Yards 523 488 Avg. Play 5.3 8.3 Fumbles 2 4 Lost 2 1 Penalties 6 8 Yards 65 85 Punts 4-113 5-174 Avg. 28.2 34.8 Punt Returns 1-10 2-43 Avg. 10.0 21.5 KO Returns 7-96 7-170 Avg. 13.7 24.3 INTs 0 0 Return Yds 0 0 TOP 35:06 24:54 3rd Down 12-20 6-12 4th Down 2-3 0-0 Sacks By 1-4 2-11

1st Quarter ISU 0:19 • Matt Younger 28-yard pass from Matt Brown (Steven Fetzer kick) 2nd Quarter YSU 9:39 • David Rogers 15-yard pass from Kurt Hess (Stephen Blose kick) ISU 5:28 • Tyrone Walker 44-yard pass from Brown (Fetzer kick) YSU 0:06 • Blose 38-yard field goal 3rd Quarter ISU 11:48 • Walker 45-yard pass from Brown (Fetzer kick) YSU 9:47 • Jamaine Cook 1-yard run (Blose kick) ISU 7:35 • Marcus King 13-yard pass from Brown (Fetzer kick) ISU 6:02 • Jake Detmers 2-yard blocked punt return (Fetzer kick) YSU 3:10 • Cook 7-yard pass from Hess (Blose kick) 4th Quarter YSU 6:33 • Cook 16-yard run (Hess pass to Kevin Watts) YSU 0:27 • Hess 7-yard run (Blose kick) ISU 0:01 • Walker 40-yard pass from Brown (Team pass failed)

Individual Statistics

RUSHING: UNI • Tirrell Rennie 28-194; Carlos Anderson 12-66; Matt Strathman 4-17; Jarred Herring 2-4; Josh Collins 1-1; Team 2-(-3). Youngstown State • Jamaine Cook 26-127; Jordan Thompson 5-15; Adaris Bellamy 4-4; Dominique Barnes 1-1; Kurt Hess 4-0. PASSING: UNI • Tirrell Rennie 8-16-152. Youngstown State • Kurt Hess 14-22-218; Marc Kanetsky 0-1-0. RECEIVING: UNI • Maurice Turner 2-50; Jarred Herring 2-27; Schuylar Oordt 1-39; Carlos Anderson 1-29; Montari Leonard 1-4; Matt Starthman 1-3. Youngstown State • Dominqiue Barnes 4-89; Carson Sharbaugh 3-37; Jamaine Cook 3-26; Andre Barboza 1-33; Kevin Watts 1-18; Ely Ducatel 1-15; Adaris Bellamy 1-0. INTERCEPTIONS: UNI • Jamar Thompson 1-6. Youngstown State • Will Shaw 1-87.

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#10

Illinois State 41, Youngstown State 39 Nov. 6 • Normal, Ill. Hancock Stadium | Att: 10,076

Scoring Summary

Scoring Summary

Individual Statistics

GAME

RUSHING: Youngstown State • Jamaine Cook 43-213; Kevin Watts 2-23; Adaris Bellamy 7-19; Kurt Hess 6-12; Jordan Thompson 1-6. Illinois State • Erik Smith 11-66; Ashton Leggett 6-42; Matt Brown 5-(-10). PASSING: Youngstown State • Kurt Hess 19-38-250; Team 0-1-0. Illinois State • Matt Brown 29-of-37-390. RECEIVING: Youngstown State • Dominique Barnes 8-113; Jamaine Cook 5-48; Ely Ducatel 2-19; Carson Sharbaugh 2-17; Kevin Watts 1-38; David Rogers 1-15. Illinois State • Marvon Sanders 14-108; Tyrone Walker 9-206; Matt Younger 2-36; Ashton Leggett 2-21; Marcus King 1-13; Brandon Venson 1-6. INTERCEPTIONS: Youngstown State • None. Illinois State • None.

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Indiana State 30, Youngstown State 24 Nov. 13 • Youngstown, Ohio Stambaugh Stadium | Att: 10,483

Score by Quarters Indiana State Youngstown State

1 15 14

2 8 3

3 7 7

YSU had two red-zone trips in the final fiveand-a-half minutes but came away without points allowing Indiana State to hang on for a 30-24 win at Stambaugh Stadium. On a fourth-and-six from the 11-yard line with four seconds to go, Kurt Hess’s pass sailed over Dominique Barnes’s head to end any comeback hopes as time expired. Earlier in the quarter, YSU drove to the Sycamores’ 18-yard line before Hess tossed an interception in the end zone on fourth down. The Penguins led 7-0 on an Adaris Bellamy one-yard run. The Sycamores went up 15-7 on two scoring throws by Ronnie Fouch and a two-point conversion. YSU took a 17-15 lead following a Jamaine Cook five-yard run and 19-yard Stephen Blose field goal, but ISU grabbed the lead before halftime and went up 30-17 on its first possession of the second half. Bellamy’s second one-yard scoring with 1:46 left in the third pulled the Guins within six points, but they could get no closer.

4 0 0

Final 30 24 Team Statistics ISU YSU First Downs 17 21 Rushes 33 49 Yards 171 209 Passes 16-24 13-29 Yards 290 241 Total Plays 57 78 Total Yards 461 450 Avg. Play 8.1 5.8 Fumbles 3 0 Lost 2 0 Penalties 4 5 Yards 41 18 Punts 5-177 3-128 Avg. 35.4 42.7 Punt Returns 1-6 2-16 Avg. 6.0 8.0 KO Returns 5-92 5-76 Avg. 18.4 15.2 INTs 4 1 Return Yds 48 0 TOP 28:57 31:03 3rd Down 8-13 8-17 4th Down 0-0 2-4 Sacks By 2-7 0-0

TB Jamaine Cook was a second-team All-MVFC selection.

WR Dominique Barnes was a first-team All-MVFC selection.

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter YSU 12:36 • Adaris Bellamy 1-yard run (Stephen Blose kick) ISU 11:56 • Alex Jones 68-yard pass from Ronnie Fouch (Darrius Gates run) ISU 6:45 • Bryant Kent 50-yard pass from Fouch (Cory Little kick) YSU 4:00 • Jamaine Cook 5-yard run (Blose kick) 2nd Quarter YSU 7:27 • Blose 19-yard field ISU 1:45 • Kent 11-yard pass from Fouch (Leonard Riston pass from Fouch) 3rd Quarter ISU 12:14 • Alex Jones 8-yard pass from Fouch (Little kick) YSU 8:39 • Adaris Bellamy 1-yard run (Blose kick failed)

Individual Statistics

PK Stephen Blose was a second-team Academic All-American.

RUSHING: Indiana State • Darrius Gates 16-73; Brock Lough 8-49; Ronnie Fouch 2-31; Shakir Bell 5-16; Demory Lawshe 2-2. Youngstown State • Adaris Bellamy 18-78; Jamaine Cook 21-77; Kurt Hess 6-28; Kevin Watts 1-15; Dominique Barnes 3-11. PASSING: Indiana State • Ronnie Fouch 16-23-290; Darris Gates 0-1-0. Youngstown State • Kurt Hess 12-27-191; Dominique Barnes 1-50; Team 0-1-0. RECEIVING: Indiana State • Alex Jones 5-147; Bryant Kent 4-79; E. Egberongbe 3-25; Brock Lough 2-23; Justin Hilton 1-11; Darrius Gates 1-5. Youngstown State • Dominqiue Barnes 10-132; Ely Ducatel 2-61; Andre Barboza 1-48. INTERCEPTIONS: Indiana State • Calvin Burnett 2-39; CJ Cook 1-9; Larry King 1-0. Youngstown State • Brandian Ross 1-0.

DT Torrance Nicholson was a second-team all-league pick in 2010.

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FCS PLAYOFF SUCCESS vs. Opponents ponents Team Record Alcorn State ________________ 1-0 Appalachian State____________ 0-1 Boise State _________________ 1-0 Central Florida ______________ 1-1 Eastern Kentucky ____________ 2-0 Eastern Washington __________ 1-0 Florida A&M ________________ 1-0 Furman ____________________ 0-1 Georgia Southern ____________ 1-1 Hampton ___________________ 1-0 Idaho ______________________ 1-0 Illinois State ________________ 1-0 James Madison ______________ 1-0 Marshall ____________________ 2-1 McNeese State ______________ 1-0 Montana ___________________ 2-0 Nevada ____________________ 1-0 North Carolina A&T __________ 1-0 Northern Iowa _______________ 1-1 Richmond __________________ 0-1 Samford ___________________ 1-0 The Citadel _________________ 1-0 Villanova ___________________ 3-0 Overall ___________________ 25-7

Appearances Year Record 2006 ______________________ 2-1 2000 ______________________ 0-1 1999 ______________________ 3-1 1997 ______________________ 4-0 1994 ______________________ 4-0 1993 ______________________ 4-0 1992 ______________________ 3-1 1991 ______________________ 4-0 1990 ______________________ 0-1 1989 ______________________ 1-1 1987 ______________________ 0-1

Breakdown Overall ____________________ 25-7 Home _____________________ 14-1 Road ______________________ 8-5 Neutral_____________________ 3-1 Score 30-or-more points ______ 9-0 Score 28-or-more points _____ 15-2 Score 21-or-more points _____ 19-5 Score 20-of-less points _______ 7-2 Allowing 30-plus points _______ 3-4 Hold Opp. Under 21 points ___ 17-2 First Round _________________ 8-3 Quarterfinals ________________ 7-1 Semifinals __________________ 6-1 Finals ______________________ 4-2

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FCS PLAYOFF RANKINGS Playoff Victories (Through 2010)

YSU is one of just two schools to house four FCS Championship trophies on campus.

The Youngstown State football program has one of the most storied playoff pasts in the history of the Football Championship Subdivision, formerly known as Division I-AA. The Penguins have been a mainstay in postseason appearing 11 times since the 1987 campaign. While ranking in the top 15 in FCS appearances, YSU is third in victories (25), second in championships (four), third in title-game appearances (six) and third in winning percentage (.782). On six of those occasions, Youngstown State has reached the Championship game. In 1991, 1993, 1994 and 1997, the Penguins reached the pinnacle by winning the National Championship. For their efforts, the program was tabbed Division I-AA’s Team of the ‘90s. Youngstown State has played 32 contests in the FCS postseason winning an impressive 25. Before moving to the FCS level, YSU appeared in Division II Championship contest in 1979 and playoffs in 1974 and 1978. Each year, from August through December, the program is known for winning and is mentioned as one of the greatest of all time.

1. Georgia Southern ________________ 41 2. Montana _______________________ 30 3. YOUNGSTOWN STATE _______________ 25 4. Appalachian State _______________ 24 5. Marshall _______________________ 23 6. Delaware_______________________ 22

Playoff Games 1. Georgia Southern ________________ 52 2. Montana _______________________ 48 3. Appalachian State _______________ 39 4. Delaware_______________________ 36 5. UNI ___________________________ 33 5. Eastern Kentucky ________________ 33 7. YOUNGSTOWN STATE _______________ 32

Highest Winning Percentage 1. Marshall ________________ 23-6 (.793) 2. Georgia Southern ________41-11 (.788) 3. YOUNGSTOWN STATE _______25-7 (.782) 4. Boise State _______________ 8-4 (.667) 5. Montana _______________30-18 (.625)

Championships 1. Georgia Southern _________________ 6 2. YOUNGSTOWN STATE ________________ 4 3. Appalachian State ________________ 3 4. Montana ________________________ 2 4. Marshall ________________________ 2 4. Eastern Kentucky _________________ 2

Championship Game Appearances 1. Georgia Southern _________________ 8 2. Montana ________________________ 7 3. YOUNGSTOWN STATE ________________ 6 3. Marshall ________________________ 6 5. Eastern Kentucky _________________ 4 5. Delaware________________________ 4

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1991 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1991 National Championship Game Youngstown State 25, Marshall 17 Dec. 21, 1991 • Statesboro, Ga. (CBS) Paulson Stadium | Att: 12,667 Score by Quarters 1 Youngstown State 0 Marshall 0 The Penguins won their final eight games, including three decided by two points or less, on the way to winning the school’s first I-AA title.

Although the season had many miraculous moments, the biggest turning point of the year - and perhaps the program’s history - came at Georgia Southern on Nov. 2. Both the Penguins and Eagles entered the game with 4-3 records with YSU losers of two straight. The loser was out of playoff contention while the winners’ postseason hopes continued. YSU jumped out to a 12-3 halftime lead on GSU. Ray Isaac scored on a 33-yard touchdown run to put the Penguins in front 19-3. Then in the fourth, YSU had to hang on. Georgia Southern, winners of 53 of its last 55 home games and the two-time defending champion, pulled within 19-17 with 5:40 left but failed to tie the game, missing the two-point conversion. YSU’s offense kept the ball the final 5:40 of the game, converting two fourth-down plays to earn the victory. YSU ended the regular season with wins over James Madison, Slippery Rock and Towson State to make the playoffs. In the first round against Villanova, YSU trailed 16-7 before Leo Hawkins scored on a one-yard touchdown run in the third to cut the deficit to 16-14. In the final two minutes, Youngstown State faced a 4th-and-11 play when Ray Isaacs’ pass was deflected and then caught by Herb Williams for 41 yards. Jeff Wilkins kicked a 33-yard field goal with six seconds left to send the Penguins into the quarterfinals at top-seeded Nevada-Reno. At Nevada, YSU jumped out to a 17-3 lead and led 30-20 in the fourth quarter to set up an amazing finish. With just over seven minutes remaining, the Wolfpack scored to cut the deficit to four. After YSU mishandled a punt for a safety, Nevada stormed down the field to set up a 27-yard field goal attempt by Rick Schwendinger, but with one second left, his kick sailed wide left. In the semifinals, YSU’s defense was the star scoring on a fumble return, intercepting six passes and holding Samford to minus-4 yards rushing in a 10-0 win. Chris Vecchione returned a fumble six yards for a touchdown in the first, and Wilkins kicked a 28-yard field goal in the third for the games’ only points. Tamron Smith had 46 carries for 246 yards in the victory. YSU returned to the site of its biggest victory of the season playing Marshall in Statesboro, Ga. Again, the Penguins pulled out a thrilling come-from-behind win, 25-17, scoring 19 fourthquarter points. Marshall led 17-6 entering the fourth, but an Isaac to Williams 33-yard touchdown pass and a three-yard touchdown run by Ryan Wood gave YSU an 18-17 lead. Smith added a five-yard touchdown rush to give the Penguins a 25-17 lead. A desperation pass by Marshall was knocked down in the end zone on the final play.

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Youngstown State battled back from a 17-6 deficit with 19 fourth-quarter points and held off a late charge to beat Marshall 25-17 and claim its first-ever national title on Dec. 21, 1991, in Statesboro, Ga. The first half featured a defensive struggle with YSU scoring the lone points on a 23yard Jeff Wilkins field goal. Heading into the fourth quarter, the Penguins trailed 17-6 after Marshall scored all of its points in the third. Wide receiver Herb Williams caught a 33yard pass from Ray Isaac, and Ryan Wood scored on a three-yard touchdown run to put YSU ahead 18-17 after two failed two-point conversions. Tailback Tamron Smith increased the lead to 25-17 with a five-yard run with 5:42 remaining. Marshall made one last charge moving the ball to the YSU 19-yard line in the final minute. But three incompletions by Patton and a sack by Demario Ridgeway preserved the win for the Penguins.

Final 25 17 Team Statistics MU YSU First Downs 22 16 Rushes 30 50 Yards 49 121 Passes 30-43 9-15 Yards 363 198 Total Plays 73 65 Total Yards 412 319 Avg. Play 5.6 4.9 Fumbles 3 2 Lost 1 1 Penalties 7 5 Yards 61 30 Punts 2-27 3-94 Avg. 13.5 31.3 Punt Returns 1-8 1-2 Avg. 8.0 2.0 KO Returns 2-21 1-46 Avg. 10.5 46.0 INTs 0 2 Return Yds 0 31 TOP 27:25 32:35 3rd Down 7-14 6-16 4th Down 0-2 1-2 Sacks By 4-25 7-41

Scoring Summary 2nd Quarter YSU 5:20 • Jeff Wilkins 23-yard field goal 3rd Quarter MU 10:14 • Troy Brown 13-yard pass from Michael Payton (Paul Klein kick) MU 5:08 • Clark 18-yard pass from Payton (Klein kick) YSU 2:04 • Wilkins 37-yard field goal MU 0:00 • Klein 42-yard field goal 4th Quarter YSU 13:38 • Herb Williams 33-yard pass from Ray Isaac (pass failed) YSU 7:09 • Ryan Wood 3-yard run (run failed) YSU 5:42 • Tamron Smith 5-yard run (Wilkins kick)

Individual Statistics RUSHING: Marshall • Glenn Pedro 13-50; Orlando Hatchett 5-15; Michael Payton 12-(-16). Youngstown State • Tamron Smith 30-88; Darnell Clark 4-23; Ryan Wood 5-18; Leo Hawkins 2-13; Ray Isaac 9-(-21). PASSING: Marshall • Michael Payton 30-43-363. Youngstown State • Ray Isaac 9-15-198. RECEIVING: Marshall • Ricardo Clark 8-154; Mike Bartrum 5-69; Troy Brown 5-65; Orlando Hatchett 5-26; Brian Dowler 3-25; Glenn Pedro 3-15; Will Brown 1-9. Youngstown State • Andre Ballinger 4-89; Herb Williams 3-49; Trent Boykin 1-56; Ron Strollo 1-4. INTERCEPTIONS: Marshall • None. Youngstown State • Lester Weaver 1-15; Randy Smith 1-13.

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1993 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1993 National Championship Game Youngstown State 17, Marshall 5 Dec. 18, 1993 • Huntington, W. Va. (CBS) Marshall Stadium | Att: 29,218 Score by Quarters 1 Youngstown State 17 Marshall 0 YSU won 12 of its final 13 games and capped off the season by beating Marshall 17-5 in the championship game on its home field.

Youngstown State’s reward for beating Central Florida, Georgia Southern and Idaho at home in the playoffs was to play at a hostile environment for the National Championship against Marshall in Huntington, W. Va., for the second straight year. But the one thing the Penguins had on their side was the revenge factor. In 1992, YSU played at Marshall and came up just short losing 31-28. Marshall scored the first 28 points of that game before the Penguins rallied for the next 28. But a field goal late in the fourth quarter dashed YSU’s 1992 title hopes, setting the stage for a memorable 1993 championship game. This time, the Penguins would come out on top beating the Thundering Herd 17-5 on its home field. YSU jumped out quickly scoring 17 first-quarter points. Darnell Clark ran 50 yards for a touchdown on the third play of the game while Tamron Smith scored on a five-yard run just over two minutes later. Later, Jeff Wilkins kicked a 19-yard field goal, and from there, it was the defense that was impressive. Marshall moved into YSU territory only once in the first half before getting on the board on a 27-yard field goal late in the third. In the fourth, the Thundering Herd threatened, driving deep into YSU territory. Marshall had a first down at the three but was stopped on three straight plays. On fourth-and-goal from the one, the defense stuffed Chris Parker to take over with 5:14 left. YSU took a safety later in the drive, and, with 1:40 left, Vance Mayes’ interception sealed the Penguins second national title. Youngstown State rolled through the first three rounds of the playoffs winning by an average margin of 22 points. YSU beat Central Florida 56-30 in the first round, Georgia Southern 34-14 in the quarterfinals and Idaho 35-16 in the semifinals. Against Central Florida, YSU scored 35 first-half points en route to the win. Against Georgia Southern, the Penguins jumped out with a flurry again to lead 27-0. In the semifinals against Idaho, Youngstown State trailed 16-14 at halftime in a snow storm. But in the third quarter, Smith scored on an eight-yard touchdown run, and Mark Brungard tossed a 39-yard touchdown pass to Don Zwisler to extend the lead to 12. Clark added a 15-yard scoring run in the fourth for the final outcome. In the regular season, the Penguins opened with a win at Western Michigan before losing at Stephen F. Austin. After that, YSU picked up wins over Morgan State, Eastern Kentucky, Delaware State, Liberty, Samford, Buffalo and Indiana State. The Penguins’ seven-game win streak was snapped when they lost 13-10 at Illinois State, but they rebounded to close out the regular season with a shut out of Akron, 19-0.

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YSU scored 17 first-quarter points and held on for a 17-5 win at Marshall on Dec. 18, 1993 at Marshall Stadium in Huntington, W. Va. The victory avenged a 31-28 defeat to Marshall the previous year. Tailback Darnell Clark got the Penguins on the board first with a 50-yard touchdown run, and Tamron Smith followed with a five-yard run. Also in the first, placekicker Jeff Wilkins booted a 19-yard field goal to close out the scoring for YSU. The Thundering Herd picked up its first points of the game in the third quarter on a 27-yard field goal by Will Merrick. Then the defense used a memorable goalline stand in the fourth quarter with YSU up by 12. MU had a first-and-goal at the three, but the defense stopped four rushing plays, with the last a stop of Chris Parker from the one-yard line.

Scoring Summary

Final 17 5 Team Statistics YSU MU First Downs 16 16 Rushes 55 35 Yards 220 49 Passes 7-8 19-29 Yards 75 207 Total Plays 63 64 Total Yards 295 256 Avg. Play 4.7 4.0 Fumbles 2 1 Lost 1 1 Penalties 9 3 Yards 79 24 Punts 3-142 3-111 Avg. 47.3 37.0 Punt Returns 1-0 0-0 Avg. 0.0 0.0 KO Returns 1-19 3-61 Avg. 19.0 20.3 INTs 2 0 Return Yds 33 0 TOP 34:26 25:34 3rd Down 7-15 4-12 4th Down 0-1 0-3 Sacks By 4-9 2-6

1st Quarter YSU 14:27 • Darnell Clark 50-yard run (Jeff Wilkins kick) YSU 12:21 • Tamron Smith 5-yard run (Wilkins kick) YSU 1:53 • Wilkins 19-yard field goal 3rd Quarter MU 3:34 • Willy Merrick 27-yard field goal 4th Quarter MU 2:52 • Team Safety

Individual Statistics RUSHING: Marshall • Chris Parker 17-47; Todd Donnan 11-17; Glenn Pedro 5-3; Greg Martin 1-(-4); Travis Colquitt 1-(1-14). Youngstown State • Tamron Smith 24-109; Darnell Clark 11-88; Mark Brungard 14-25; Mack Gilchrist 1-4; Charles Perdue 3-(-1); Team 1-(-1); Jeff Wilkins 1-(-4). PASSING: Marshall • Todd Donnan 19-29-207. Youngstown State • Mark Brungard 7-8-75. RECEIVING: Marshall • Will Brown 7-94; Ricky Carter 4-47; Glenn Pedro 4-22; Greg Martin 3-40; Chris Parker 1-4. Youngstown State • Don Zwisler 2-38; Trent Boykin 2-19; Darnell Clark 2-6; John Quintana 1-13. INTERCEPTIONS: Marshall • None. Youngstown State • Leon Jones 1-21; Vance Mayes 1-12.

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1994 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1994 National Championship Game Youngstown State 28, Boise State 14 Dec. 17, 1994 • Huntington, W. Va. (CBS) Marshall Stadium | Att: 27,674 Score by Quarters 1 Youngstown State 0 Boise State 7 After a tie in the season opener, the Penguins won 14 straight games while claiming the school’s second straight I-AA crown.

Coach Jim Tressel’s 1994 team was arguably his best. The Penguins opened the year with a tie and then rolled to 14 straight victories while wrapping up the school’s second straight national championship, beating Boise State 28-14 in the title game. After tying Stephen F. Austin in the opener, YSU went on to set a school record for victories in a year and set the mark for the school’s best winning streak in finishing the entire campaign without a loss. In 1994, YSU averaged 27.9 points and held their opponents to 10.1 points per contest. The Penguins won eight games by more than 20 points and scored more than 27 points nine times. Eight times, YSU’s opponents failed to score double figures. The year culminated with a 28-14 win over Boise State in the National Championship Game in Huntington, W. Va. By beating the Broncos, YSU became just the second school in Division I-AA history to repeat as National Champions. Against Boise State, YSU trailed 7-0 before scoring the next 28 points. The Broncos added a score late, but the day, much like the season, belonged to YSU. The Penguins outgained the Broncos 422 to 225 and won the time of possession battle by eight minutes. In the second quarter of the title game, Mark Brungard scored on a two-yard run and scored on a 38-yard scamper just before the half. In the third, Brungard capped a 91-yard scoring drive with a five-yard touchdown toss to Don Zwisler. In the fourth, Shawn Patton scored on a 55-yard run with seven minutes remaining. The game was a microcosm of YSU’s season -- slow start followed by a tremendous finish. The year began with a final-play field goal to tie Stephen F. Austin, and next came 14 straight victories. YSU won nine home games and in four away contests allowed just 18 points. In the regular season, YSU won six straight home contests over Eastern Kentucky, Slippery Rock, McNeese State, North Alabama, Kent State and Akron. The Penguins concluded the regular season with road victories over Buffalo, UMass and Indiana State. In the playoffs, YSU opened with a 63-20 win over Steve McNair’s Alcorn State team in an ESPN nationally-televised game. McNair fhad 514 yards passing while attempting 82 passes. YSU’s dream season hung in the balance in the quarterfinals against Eastern Kentucky. YSU led 11-0 in the fourth before EKU rallied for 15 points. Brungard led the troops back when he threw an eight-yard touchdown pass to Darnell Bracy with 1:02 left. Against Montana in the semifinals, YSU built a 21-0 third-quarter lead on the way to a 28-9 win. The victory over the Grizzlies sent the Guins to the title game for the fourth straight year.

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Quarterback Mark Brungard ran for two touchdowns and threw for another as Youngstown State earned its third national title with a 28-14 win over Boise State on Dec. 17, 1994, at Huntington, W. Va. Trailing 7-0, Brungard broke the game open in the second and third quarters as he ran for two touchdowns (two and 38 yards) and threw a five-yard scoring strike to wide receiver Don Zwisler that put YSU in front 21-7. Tailback Shawn Patton scampered 55 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter to give the Penguins their final points taking a 28-7 lead. Patton finished the game with 140 yards rushing on 27 carries. Boise State added a touchdown late on a Tony Hilde to Randy Matyshock six-yard pass for the final margin. YSU held the Broncos to just 59 yards rushing on 29 attempts. The Guins had 263 yards on the ground and totaled 422 for the game.

Final 28 14 Team Statistics YSU BSU First Downs 20 13 Rushes 51 29 Yards 263 59 Passes 9-19 17-31 Yards 159 166 Total Plays 70 60 Total Yards 422 225 Avg. Play 6.0 3.8 Fumbles 1 3 Lost 0 0 Penalties 3 4 Yards 40 40 Punts 6-222 6-233 Avg. 37.0 38.8 Punt Returns 2-6 0-0 Avg. 3.0 0.0 KO Returns 2-37 4-92 Avg. 18.5 23.0 INTs 2 2 Return Yds 12 58 TOP 33:58 26:02 3rd Down 7-16 4-15 4th Down 1-1 1-3 Sacks By 5-22 1-5

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter BSU 2:46 • Randy Matyshock 5-yard pass from Tony Hilde (Erickson kick) 2nd Quarter YSU 9:43 • Mark Brungard 2-yard run (Paul Massaro kick) YSU 0:35 • Brungard 38-yard run (Massaro kick) 3rd Quarter YSU 3:02 • Don Zwisler 5-yard pass from Brungard (Massaro kick) 4th Quarter YSU 7:15 • Shawn Patton 55-yard run (Massaro kick) BSU 4:19 • Matyshock 6-yard pass from Hilde (Erickson kick)

Individual Statistics RUSHING: Boise State • K.C. Adams 11-30; Tony Hilde 17-28; Willie Bowens 1-1. Youngstown State • Shawn Patton 27-140; Mark Brungard 17-97; Dan Inglis 5-21; Nathan Toy 2-5. PASSING: Boise State • Tony Hilde 17-31-166. Youngstown State • Mark Brungard 9-19-159. RECEIVING: Boise State • Ryan Ikebe 5-63; Jarett Hausske 4-56; K.C. Adams 3-10; Lee Schrack 2-22; Randy Matyshock 2-11; Bernie Zimmerman 1-4. Youngstown State • Don Zwisler 3-91; Shawn Patton 3-23; Trent Boykin 2-23; Darnell Bracy 1-22. INTERCEPTIONS: Boise State • Chris Cook 1-58; DaWuan Miller 1-0. Youngstown State • Leon Jones 1-12; Randy Smith 1-0.

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1997 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS 1997 National Championship Game Youngstown State 10, McNeese State 9 Dec. 20, 1997 • Chattanooga, Tenn. (ESPN) Finley Stadium | Att: 14,771 Score by Quarters 1 Youngstown State 0 McNeese State 3 A road-weary YSU squad waited until the final quarter of the season before a late touchdown pushed it past McNeese State for the title.

The Penguins travelled the long road on the way to winning their fourth national championship in seven years. In the playoffs, YSU had to win two of three games on the road to get to the title game, and those contests took the Guins across the country. That journey ended in Chattanooga, Tenn., in the National Championship Game against McNeese State. In a tight contest, the Penguins trailed 9-3 entering the fourth quarter before the Cowboys committed a costly mistake. With 12:02 remaining, Jeff Fackrell intercepted a Blake Prejean pass at the YSU 35 to end a Cowboy threat and keep the Penguins within 9-3. Just over four minutes later, Demond Tidwell threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Renauld Ray, and, after Mark Griffith’s extra point, YSU led 10-9. The Cowboys had two final chances only to be stopped each time by the Penguin defense. The YSU offense came up big with a clock-consuming drive that took 5:07 of the final 6:23 off the clock. McNeese took over with just 1:16 remaining and at its own 22-yard line. Four plays later, two of which were sacks by Harry Deligianis, the game was over. In the contest, the teams had remarkably similar statisics. YSU had 12 first downs and 200 total yards while McNeese had 11 first downs and 201 yards of total offense. Youngstown State was seeded eighth in the playoffs following a 9-2 regular season. In the first round, the Penguins opened with a 28-13 win over Hampton. Then the travels began. In the quarterfinals, YSU trailed 21-0 at top-seed Villanova before mounting a furious rally. At halftime, the Penguins were behind 28-14 before scoring 23 straight points to build a 37-28 lead. The Wildcats scored late and outyarded the Penguins 459286. YSU’s postseason road trip continued in Spokane, Wash., against Eastern Washington. The Penguins led 17-0 on an Adrian Brown touchdown run, a Mike Stanec fumble return and a Mark Griffith field goal. But the Eagles responded with 14 third-quarter points to trim the deficit to three. In the fourth, EWU was deep in YSU territory before Jake Anderson intercepted a pass to end the threat, and Brown added a touchdown for a 25-14 victory. In the regular season, YSU began the season by winning its first six games -- over Slippery Rock, Kent State, at Boston, Hofstra, at Indiana State and over Buffalo -- before losing at Northern Iowa. YSU rebounded with wins over Illinois State, Southern Illinois and Southwest Missouri State before losing the regular-season finale 24-21 to Western Illinois. YSU led 21-10 before the Leathernecks scored in the third and in the fourth to win the Gateway title.

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Quarterback Demond Tidwell tossed a 10-yard touchdown pass to Renauld Ray with 8:08 remaining as the Penguins held on for 10-9 victory over McNeese State on Dec. 20, 1997 in Chattanooga, Tenn. YSU picked up the game’s only turnover as Jeff Fackrell intercepted a Blake Prejean pass at the YSU 35-yard line with 12:02 remaining. The Penguins marched 66 yards in nine plays to score the game’s lone touchdown when Ray caught a 10-yard pass from Tidwell. After the score, YSU’s defense stopped the Cowboys on two consecutive drives. The Guins forced a three-and-out on the ensuing series after MSU had picked up nine yards on first down. YSU milked 5:07 off the clock with a nineplay drive that went for just 13 yards gave the ball back to the Cowboys with just 1:16 left in the game. On the final drive, defensive tackle Harry Deligianis sacked Prejean on consecutive snaps, and the final play was an incomplete pass.

Final 10 9 Team Statistics YSU MSU First Downs 12 11 Rushes 39 29 Yards 73 58 Passes 12-21 14-28 Yards 127 143 Total Plays 60 57 Total Yards 200 201 Avg. Play 3.3 3.5 Fumbles 0 0 Lost 0 0 Penalties 3 3 Yards 20 35 Punts 9-298 5-183 Avg. 33.1 36.6 Punt Returns 1-5 3-28 Avg. 5.0 9.3 KO Returns 2-42 1-23 Avg. 21.0 23.0 INTs 1 0 Return Yds 0 0 TOP 31:33 28:27 3rd Down 6-16 3-14 4th Down 0-0 0-1 Sacks By 3-22 1-4

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter MSU 5:30 • Shonz LaFrenz 22-yard field goal 2nd Quarter YSU 2:19 • Mark Griffith 21-yard field goal 3rd Quarter MSU 8:08 • LaFrenz 37-yard field goal MSU 0:51 • LaFrenz 46-yard field goal 4th Quarter YSU 8:08 • Renauld Ray 9-yard pass from Demond Tidwell (Griffith kick)

Individual Statistics RUSHING: McNeese State • William Davis 19-54; Derrick Beavers 3-13; Donnie Ashley 1-3; Tim Leger 1-3; Blake Prejean 5-(-15). Youngstown State • Jake Andreadis 16-35; Adrian Brown 14-34; Jared Zwick 3-4; Demond Tidwell 5-2; Demetrius Harris 1-(-2). PASSING: McNeese State • Blake Prejean 14-28-143. Youngstown State • Demond Tidwell 11-20-110; Jared Zwick 1-1-17. RECEIVING: McNeese State • Donnie Ashley 4-45; Andre Perkins 4-44; Damien Morris 2-31; Chris Fontenot 2-12; William Davis 1-10; Freddie Bynum 1-1. Youngstown State • Tim Tyrell 4-54; Renauld Ray 3-38; Willis Marshall 3-22; Mark Cox 1-14; Jake Andreadis 1-(-1). INTERCEPTIONS: McNeese State • None. Youngstown State • Jeff Fackrell 1-0.

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2009 2006 2006 2001 2001 2000 1999 1997 1997 1994 1994 1994 1992 1992 1990 1989

2008 2006 2001 2000 1997 1997 1995 1994 1994 1993 1992 1990 1989 1980 1979 1978 1975 1974

Marcus Mason, TB Pat Crummey, OT Tim Johnson, LB Harry Deligianis, DT Matt Hogg, OT Lester Weaver, FS Chris Sammarone, C Leon Jones, LB Drew Gerber, OT Dave Roberts, DB Pat Danko, DL Tony Bowens, DL Paul Soltis, LB Jim Zdelar, OT Paris Wicks, RB Paris Wicks, RB Jeff Lear, OT

Second Team 2007 2006 2006 2005 2002 2001 1999 1997 1997 1994 1988 1987 1978

Brad Samsa, OL Ryan Jewell, C Jason Perry, CB Codera Jackson, CB P.J. Mays, TB LeVar Greene, DB Ian Dominelli, LB Todd Kollar, OT Dwyte Smiley, FS Randy Smith, DB Paul Soltis, LB Paul Soltis, LB Ed McGlasson, C

Third Team 2009 2008 2006 1999 1995 1994 1993 1989 1986 1984 1983 1981 1979 1979 1969

Mychal Savage, DL Brad Samsa, OL Codera Jackson, CB Ian Shirey, C Jermaine Hopkins, LB Ray Miller, OT Dave Burch, DL Robert Fozkos, K Rick Shepas, WR Pat Toler, LB John Goode, TE Tom Cullen, DE Kevin Statzer, SS Jim Ferranti, WR Dave DelSignore, WR

Mychal Savage, DT Ryan Jewell, C Marcus Mason, TB Pat Crummey, OT LeVar Greene, CB Tim Johnson, LB Ian Dominelli, LB Harry Deligianis, DT Matt Hogg, OT Lester Weaver, FS Chris Sammarone, C Randy Smith, KR Dave Roberts, DB Jeff Wilkins, PK Tony Bowens, DL Paul Soltis, LB

Second Team 2006 2005 2002 1999 1999 1994 1993 1993 1991 1988

Jason Perry, CB Codera Jackson, CB P.J. Mays, TB Dwyte Smiley, FS Ian Shirey, C Randy Smith, DB Jeff Wilkins, PK Tamron Smith, TB Pat Danko, DL Paul Soltis, LB

Third Team 2007 1998 1997 1995

Mychal Savage, DT Dwyte Smiley, FS Todd Kollar, OT Jermaine Hopkins, LB

Honorable Mention 2008 2007 2007 2007 1995 1994 1994 1993 1992

Brad Samsa, OL Brian Palmer, PK Brad Samsa, OT James Terry, LB Leon Jones, LB Leon Jones, LB Ray Miller, OT Jeff Wilkins, P Tamron Smith, TB

Brad Samsa, OL Marcus Mason, TB Pat Crummey, OT Tim Johnson, LB Harry Deligianis, DT Matt Hogg, OT Leon Jones, LB Leon Jones, LB Lester Weaver, FS Tamron Smith, RB Dave Roberts, DB Tony Bowens, DL Paul Soltis, LB Jeff Gergel, LB Jim Ferranti, WR Ed McGlasson, C Don Calloway, SS Don Calloway, SS

Formerly Known As: Kodak | 1960-93 Schooner’s International | 1994 Burger King | 1997-99

Ian Dominelli was an AllAmerica pick in 1999.

Leon Jones was a two-time All-American.

Walter Camp 2006 2006 2001 2001 2000 1999 1999 1998 1997 1997 1995 1995 1993 1992 1990

Ryan Jewell, C Marcus Mason, TB LeVar Greene, CB Pat Crummey, OT Tim Johnson, LB Ian Dominelli, LB Ian Shirey, C Dwyte Smiley, FS Matt Hogg, OT Todd Kollar, OT Leon Jones, LB Jermaine Hopkins, LB Jeff Wilkins, K Dave Roberts, DB Tony Bowens, DL Center Ryan Jewell was a Walter Camp and first-team Sports Network All-American in 2006.

Honorable Mention 1987 1987 1987 1985 1985 1984 1984 1984 1984 1983 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1978 1978 1978 1978

Trenton Lykes, QB Elliott Fedd, TE Rod Henderson, DB Rick Shepas, WR Nick Xides, P Chris Stec, DE Mike Hardie, FB Frank Pokorny, TE Nick Xides, P Rick Brunot, OT Keith Snoddy, QB Terry Dittmer, NG Robby Robson, TB Tom Clifford, OG Tom Harder, DE Marschell Brumfield, TB Greg Fitzpatrick, LB Quentin Lowry, DE Jim Ferranti, WR

Center Brad Samsa was an AFCA All-American in 2008.

Paris Wicks was a two-time All-America selection.

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Dave Roberts was an AllAmerican in 1992.

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MVFC ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS First Team

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2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2008 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2005 2005 2005 2005 2004 2003 2003 2003 2002 2002 2002 2002 2001 2001 2001 2000 2000 2000 1999 1999 1998

Dominique Barnes, WR Donald Jones, WR Mychal Savage, DE Brad Samsa, OL Brad Samsa, OT Mychal Savage, DT James Terry, LB Ferlando Williams, WR Marcus Mason, TB Ryan Jewell, C Patrick Walker, OT Jason Perry, CB Codera Jackson, CB James Terry, LB Marty Hutchinson, LB Jim Phelan, DT Mychal Savage, DT Joe Bishop, P Codera Jackson, CB Demetrius Ison, FB Ryan Jewell, C Justin Scholes, DE James Terry, LB Mike Bracken, SS Mike Roberts, TE Demetrius Ison, FB P.J. Mays, TB Pat Crummey, OT P.J. Mays, TB Bruce Hightower, SS LeVar Greene, DB Jerald Burley, RS Tim Johnson, LB Pat Crummey, OT Matt Mechling, DL Adrian Brown, RB Ian Shirey, C Dwyte Smiley, FS Anthony Rozzo, P Ian Dominelli, LB Dwyte Smiley, FS Ian Shirey, C Jake Andreadis, TB Harry Deligianis, DT Matt Hogg, OT Todd Kollar, OT Tom Paolucci, LB Dwyte Smiley, FS

LB James Terry was a threetime all-league selection.

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Stephen Blose, PK Jamaine Cook, TB Bobby Coates, OL Torrance Nicholson, DT Brandian Ross, CB Eric Rodemoyer, OL Lenny Wicks, CB Crispin Fernandez, DT Myles Banford, DE Derrick Bush, TE Vince Gliatta, SS Brian Palmer, PK Josh Tanner, OL Tom Zetts, QB Brad Samsa, OG Derrick Bush, TE Marcus Mason, TB Jason Perry, CB Brandon Brown, DE Joe Bishop, P Jeremiah Wright, LB Mike Roberts, TE Josh Davis, OT Mike Bracken, SS Nick Roberts, C Guy Mazard, DT Jon Tekac, LB Anthony Barone, FS Jeff Ryan, QB Dave Tesniarz, C Russell Stuvaints, LB Jeff Ryan, QB Ed Blizzard, CB Bruce Hightower, CB Tim Johnson, LB Frank Kaydo, DT Anthony Pannunzio, CB

Honorable Mention 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008

Eric Rodemoyer, OG John Sasson, LB Nick Liste, P Dominique Barnes, WR Andre Elliott, FS Brandon Summers, QB Ben Nowicki, P Brandon Summers, QB

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

Brandian Ross, SS Torrance Nicholson, DT Ben Nowicki, P Jeremiah Wright, LB T.J. Peterson, WR Jeff Koval, LB Tom Zetts, QB Kyle Smith, WR John Bartos, OT Mike Andrews, LB Kyle Smith, WR Jason Perry, CB Brandon Brown, DE Waymann Peters, CB Will Sanders, OG Nick Terracina, PK Russell Stuvaints, LB John Schumacher, TE Jerald Burley, RS/WR Antulio Aroche, DB Bob Sivik, LB Jake Stewart, PK Montrail Thomas, DT Dave Tesniarz, C Troy LeFever, P Kawonza Swan, LB Jeff Ryan, QB Elliott Giles, WR Adrian Brown, RB Mike Stanec, LB Mark Griffith, K Frank Rutherford, OG Adrian Brown, RB Mike Stanec, LB Demond Tidwell, QB

Players of the Year 2006 Marcus Mason, TB 2001 P.J. Mays, TB 1997 Harry Deligianis, DT

Coach of the Year 2006 Jon Heacock 2005 Jon Heacock

Freshman of the Year

Newcomer Team 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2006 2005 2005 2005 2004 2004 2003 2003 2002 2002 2002 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1999 1999 1999 1998 1997 1997 1997

Kurt Hess, QB Adaris Bellamy, TB Nick Liste, P Andrew Radakovich, OL Andy Kowicki, OL Taylor Hill, LB Sir Demarco Bledsoe, SS Brandon Summers, QB Kamryn Keys, TB Donald Jones, WR Crispin Fernandez, DT Andre Elliott, FS Kevin Smith, TB Ferlando Williams, WR Torrance Nicholson, DT Ben Nowicki, P De’Angelo Wilson, RS Louis Irizarry, TE Marcus Mason, TB Codera Jackson, CB Mychal Savage, DT Tom Zetts, QB James Terry, LB Nick Terracina, PK Joe Bishop, P Aaron Marshall, QB Will Sanders, G Sherod Holmes, CB P.J. Mays, RB Eugene Mintze, WR Ryan Smith, OT Brandon Pedraza, WR Justin Dellarose, LB Bryan Hawthorne, DE Tim Johnson, LB Matt Mechling, DT Jeff Ryan, QB Frank Rutherford, OG Jake Anderson, SS Chris Glantzis, DT

Newcomer of the Year 2008 Brandon Summers, QB 2007 Ferlando Williams, WR 2005 Marcus Mason, TB

2010 Kurt Hess, QB 2008 Kamryn Keys, TB

ACADEMIC TEAMS First Team 2010 2009 2008 2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2005 2003 2001 1999 1998 1998 1997 1997

Stephen Blose, PK Stephen Blose, PK Brian Mellott, OL Tom Zetts, QB Todd Rowan, QB Brian Mellott, OL Tom Zetts, QB Ryan Jewell, C Bob Perez, FS Tom Zetts, QB Scott Thiessen, FS Mike Thomas, LB Shawn Billker, OT Anthony Pannunzio, DB Jared Zwick, QB Anthony Pannunzio, CB J.J. Stefancin, P

Second Team 2009 2008 2008 2008 2007 2006 2005 2005 2004 2004 2003 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1999 1998 1998 1998 1997 1997

Brian Mellott, OL Ben Nowicki, P Stephen Blose, PK Tom Krupko, CB Bob Perez, SS Jeff Koval, LB Ryan Jewell, C Justin Scholes, DE Justin Scholes, DE Shawn Carlson, TE Chris DiMauro, FB Justin Dellarsose, LB Jon Tekac, LB Antulio Aroche, DB Mike Thomas, LB Jared Zwick, QB Anthony Rozzo, P Shawn Billker, OF Anthony Rozzo, P Frank Rutherford, OG Jared Zwick, QB Anthony Rozzo, P

Honorable Mention

TB P.J. Mays was named the conference’s Offensive Player of the Year in 2001.

TB Adrian Brown was a first-team pick in 1999.

2009 2009 2009 2008 2007 2007 2007 2006 2005 2005 2004 2004 2003 2003 2003 2002 2002 2001 2001 2000 2000 2000 2000

Aaron Pitts, WR Ben Nowicki, P Marc Kanetsky, QB Brad Samsa, OL Rory Berry, WR Brad Samsa, OT Jeremiah Wright, LB Brad Samsa, OG Tanner Dunlap, LS Jameson Evans, WR Marty Hutchinson, LB Nick Terracina, PK Kyle Smith, WR Shawn Carlson, TE Mike Burns, TB Justin Dellarose, LB Martin Stachowicz, DE Bob Sivik, LB Dave Tesniarz, C Chris Conwell, DB Ryan Smith, OT Dave Hong, OG Josiah Doby, RB

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ACADEMIC HONORS HONORS & AWARDS NFF Scholar-Athlete 1998 Anthony Pannunzio, CB

CoSIDA Academic All-Americans 2010 2003 1998 1993 1978 1975

Scott Thiessen

Stephen Blose

Free Safety First Team | 2003

Placekicker Second Team | 2010

First-Team CoSIDA Academic All-District

Punter Anthony Rozzo was a Division I-AA Academic All-Star in 1999.

John Quintana

Anthony Pannunzio

Tight End First Team | 1993

Cornerback First Team | 1999

Stephen Blose, PK (2nd) Scott Thiessen, FS Anthony Pannunzio, CB John Quintana, TE Sam Barbera, DT Dave Garden, RB (2nd)

2010 2009 2009 2008 2007 2003 2001 2001 1999 1999 1998 1997 1997 1993 1981

Stephen Blose, PK Brian Mellott, OL Stephen Blose, PK Stephen Blose, PK Bob Perez, SS Scott Thiessen, FS Antulio Aroche, DB Mike Thomas, LB Anthony Rozzo, P Shawn Billker, OT Anthony Pannunzio, CB Anthony Pannunzio, CB J.J. Stefancin, P John Quintana, TE Joe Schartner, LB

Second-Team CoSIDA Academic All-District 2008 2007 2006 2006 2005 2005 2004 2003

Brian Mellott, OL Tom Zetts, QB Bob Perez, FS Ryan Jewell, C Justin Scholes, DE Ryan Jewell, C Justin Scholes, DE Chris DiMauro, FB

FCS Academic All-Star

Dave Garden

Sam Barbera

Running Back Second Team | 1975

Defensive Tackle First Team | 1978

Quarterback Tom Zetts was named an FCS Academic All-Star in 2005, 2006 and 2007.

2010 2009 2009 2008 2008 2007 2007 2006 2006 2005 1999 1998

Stephen Blose, PK Brian Mellott, OL Stephen Blose, PK Brad Samsa, OL Tom Krupko, CB Bob Perez, SS Tom Zetts, QB Tom Zetts, QB Ryan Jewell, C Tom Zetts, QB Anthony Rozzo, P Anthony Pannunzio, CB

NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship 1996 Mark Brungard, QB

NFF Honor Society

Tight End John Quintana was the first Division I Academic All-America selection in school history.

Cornerback Anthony Pannunzio was a first-team Academic All-America selection in 1998.

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2010 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2009 2008 2007 2007 2006

Stephen Blose, PK Kyle Banna, FB Eric Rodemoyer, OG Luke Matelan, DE Aaron Pitts, WR Draye Ersery, LB Brian Mellott, OL Ben Nowicki, P Brad Samsa, OL Bob Perez, SS Tom Zetts, QB Ryan Jewell, C

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PROFESSIONAL PLAYERS Signed Professional Contracts

NFL PLAYERS (22) Tony Aiello Brooklyn Tigers ________________ 1944 Detroit Lions ___________________ 1944 Al Campana Chicago Bears _______________ 1950-53 Chicago Cardinals ______________ 1953 Craig Cotton Detroit Lions _________________ 1969-72 Chicago Bears _________________ 1973 San Diego Chargers _____________ 1975 Lorenzo Davis Pittsburgh Steelers ______________ 1990 Sloko Gill Detroit Lions ___________________ 1942 Ralph Goldston Philadelphia Eagles _____ 1952, 1954-55 John Goode Philadelphia Eagles ___________ 1983-84 St. Louis Cardinals ______________ 1984 Ron Jaworski Los Angeles Rams ____________ 1974-76 Philadelphia Eagles ___________ 1977-86 Miami Dolphins _______________ 1987-88 Kansas City Chiefs ______________ 1989 Tim Johnson Baltimore Ravens __________ __________2001, 2001, 2006 Oakland Raiders ______________ 2002-05 Donald Jones Buffalo Bills ____________________ 2010 Larry Jordan Denver Broncos ___________ ___________1962, 1962, 1964 Quentin Lowry Washington Redskins __________ 1981-83 Tampa Bay Buccaneers __________ 1983 Marcus Mason Washington Redskins ____________ 2007 Rick McDonald Philadelphia Eagles _____________ 1983 Paul McFadden Philadelphia Eagles ___________ 1984-87 New York Giants ________________ 1988 Atlanta Falcons _________________ 1989 Ed McGlasson New York Jets __________________ 1979 Los Angeles Rams ______________ 1980 New York Giants ________________ 1981 Rod Morris San Francisco 49ers ____________ 1981 Frank Pokorny Pittsburgh Steelers ______________ 1985 Cliff Stoudt Pittsburgh Steelers ____________ 1977-83 St. Louis Cardinals ____________ 1986-88 Miami Dolphins _________________ 1989 Russell Stuvaints Pittsburgh Steelers ____________ 2003-05 Bob Thompson Denver Broncos ________________ 1987 Jeff Wilkins Philadelphia Eagles _____________ 1994 San Francisco 49ers __________ 1995-96 St. Louis Rams ____________ 1997-2007

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Nazih Banna

Quentin Lowry

Miami (NFL) Detroit (NFL)

Dallas (NFL) Washington (NFL) Los Angeles Rams (NFL)

Tony Bowens

Ron Mackie

San Francisco (NFL)

Saskatchewan (CFL)

Trent Boykin

Marcus Mason

Hamilton (CFL) Denver (NFL)

Washington (NFL) New York Jets (NFL) Baltimore Ravens (NFL)

Pat Crummey

P.J. Mays

New York Giants (NFL)

San Diego (NFL)

Harry Deligianis

Willis Marshall

Jacksonville (NFL) Carolina (NFL) Green Bay (NFL)

Calgary (CFL)

Dave DelSignore

Jeff Patterson

San Francisco (NFL)

Montreal (CFL)

Jerry Dunlap

Al Perl

Calgary (CFL)

Pittsburgh (NFL)

Jim Ferranti

Brandian Ross

Pittsburgh (NFL) Pittsburgh (USFL)

Green Bay (NFL)

Jake Ferro

Toronto (CFL)

Miami Dolphins (NFL)

Kyle Smith

Greg Fitzpatrick

Minnesota (NFL) Tampa Bay (NFL) Winnipeg (CFL)

Dominique Barnes

Rick Brunot

TB Marcus Mason has spent time with the Jets, Redskins and Ravens during his NFL career.

Dallas Cowboys (NFL)

Rudy Florio British Columbia (CFL) Montreal (CFL)

Ralph Goldston

LB Tim Johnson spent five years in the NFL playing for Baltimore and Oakland.

Los Angeles Rams (NFL)

Farris Scott

Paul Soltis Miami (NFL) Sacramento (USFL)

Hamilton (CFL) Montreal (CFL)

Kevin Statzer

Joe Guido

Cliff Stoudt

Ottawa (CFL)

Birmingham (USFL)

Archie Herring

Brandon Summers

Cleveland (NFL)

Winnipeg (CFL)

Matt Hogg

Bruce Taupier

Detroit (NFL) Philadelphia (NFL)

British Columbia (CFL)

Bill House

Miami (NFL)

Cleveland (NFL)

Robert Thompson

Donald Jones

New Orleans (NFL)

Buffalo (NFL)

Paris Wicks

John Kinch

New England (NFL) Toronto (CFL)

Hamilton (CFL) Saskatchewan (CFL) Toronto (CFL)

WR Donald Jones caught a touchdown pass for Buffalo during the 2010 season.

Carey Orosz

Pittsburgh (NFL)

Tony Tellington

Khary Williams Calgary (CFL)

Todd Kollar

Jim Zdelar

Buffalo (NFL) Pittsburgh (NFL)

Miami (NFL)

LB Russell Stuvaints returned a fumble for a touchdown playing for Pittsburgh.

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PROFESSIONAL PLAYERS Penguins ns In The Super Bowl Player Cliff Stoudt Cliff Stoudt Ed McGlasson Ron Jaworski Quentin Lowry Jeff Wilkins Jeff Wilkins Tim Johnson Russell Stuvaints

Team Pittsburgh • Pittsburgh • Los Angeles Rams Philadelphia Washington • St. Louis Rams • St. Louis Rams Oakland Pittsburgh •

NFL DRAFT PICKS (21)

Year 1979 1980 1980 1981 1983 2000 2002 2003 2006

Harry Deligianis __________ Jacksonville (4th round • No. 118 | 1998)

Tony Tellington ________________ Miami (9th round • No. 236 | 1993)

Jim Zdelar ____________________ Miami (7th round • No. 176 | 1989)

Bob Thompson __________ New Orleans (6th round • No. 142 | 1986)

John Goode________ Goode St. Louis Cardinals (5th round • No. 136 | 1984)

• Indicates Super Bowl Champion

Paul McFadden __________ Philadelphia

Penguins In the Pro Bowl

Quentin Lowry ________________ Dallas

Player Ron Jaworski Paul McFadden Paul McFadden Jeff Wilkins

(12th round • No. 312 | 1984)

Team Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia St. Louis Rams

(12th round • No. 329 | 1979)

Year 1980 1984 1985 2003

Ed McGlasson _________ New York Jets (10th round • No. 263 | 1979)

Greg Fitzpatrick ______________ Dallas (7th round • No. 191 | 1979)

Cliff Stoudt ________________ ________________Pittsburgh Pittsburgh (5th round • No. 121 | 1977)

Ron Jaworski _______ _______Los Los Angeles Rams

Penguins In the World Bowl Player Matt Hogg Tim Johnson Tim Crummey

Team Barcelona Rhein Rhein

Year 1991 2002 2003

(2nd round • No. 37 | 1973)

Dave DelSignore _______ San Francisco (15th round • No. 373 | 1970) PK Jeff Wilkins scored 1,416 points and made 307 field goals in his 14-year NFL career.

Team Colorado • Grand Rapids •

• Indicates Arena Bowl Champion

(8th round • No. 200 | 1969)

Joe Guido _________________ Baltimore

Penguins in the Arena Bowl Player Willis Marshall Willis Marshall

Craig Cotton ______________ San Diego (14th round • No. 161 | 1957)

Jake Ferro ___________________ Miami

Year 2005 2001

(15th round • No. 372 | 1967)

Bill House _________________ Cleveland (7th round • No. 177 | 1967)

Frank Horvath _____________ _____________Minnesota Minnesota (19th round • No. 255 | 1963)

Ralph Goldston___________ Goldston___________ Philadelphia (11th round • No. 125 | 1952)

Pete Lanzi ___________ New York Giants (11th round • No. 86 | 1948)

Al Perl ____________________ ____________________Pittsburgh Pittsburgh (16th round • No. 143 | 1946)

Leo Mogus ______________ Washington Ed McGlasson

(17th round • No. 180 | 1943)

Quentin Lowry

QB Cliff Stoudt won two Super Bowls playing behind Terry Bradshaw in Pittsburgh.

QB Ron Jaworski is the highest draft pick in school history, going in the second round.

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PK Paul McFadden was a two-time NFC All-Pro and was a Rookie-of-the-Year selection.

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS aAa Abdoo, John _________ 1957-58 Adams, Charley _________ 1956 Adams, Chris _______ 1985, 88 Adams, James _______ 1965-67 Adams, John _________ 1973-74 Adams, LeRoy __________ 1990 Adipotti, Richard ______ 1965-67 Agosti, Chuck ___________ 1959 Aiello, Tony __________ 1940-42 Akpan, Ime _____________ 1999 Albrecht, Michael _____ 1989-91 Alexander, Bud _______ 1973-76 Allen, Walter ____________ 1982 Allison, Fred ____________ 1968 Altomore, Ernest ________ 1946 Amendolara, Robert ___ 1963-65 Amill, Ramon ______ 1991, 93-94 Anderson, Ed ___________ 1977 Anderson, Eric _______ 1987-91 Anderson, Jake _______ 1997-98 Andres, Tom _________ 1950-52 Andrews, Mike _______ 2002-05 Andrews, Tim ________ 1984-86 Andreadis, Jake ______ 1995-98 Angelo, Jerry____________ 1955 Angelo, Louis ________ 1946-48 Angelo, Walter _______ 1947-50 Antol, Joseph ___________ 1946 Anzevino, Ronald ________ 1985 Arbogast, Norm _________ 1975 Arduino, John ___________ 1949 Arlow, Pete __________ 1956-60 Arlow, Rudy __________ 1962-64 Armeni, John _________ 1955-58 Aroche, Antulio _______ 2000-01 Audino, Joseph __________ 1941 August, Greg____________ 1977 Augustine, Dick __________ 1956 Averhart, Louis _______ 1965-66

bBb Baader, Alex ____________ 1994 Babinec, Andrew_________ 1942 Bailey, Joe ______________ 1977 Bailey, Richard __________ 1940 Bailey, Tom _____________ 1955 Baker, Charles __________ 1965 Baker, Dan __________ 1979-81 Ball, Tony_______________ 1973 Ballas, Ron __________ 1971-72 Ballinger, Andre ___ 1988, 90-91 Banford, Myles _______ 2006-07 Banna, Kyle __________ 2008-10 Banna, Nazih _________ 1971-74 Banna, Rick __________ 1972-75 Banna, Tom __________ 1972-74 Banks, Dick __________ 1969-70 Baranski, David__________ 1980 Barber, Gary _________ 1982-85 Barbera, Sam ________ 1976-78 Barboza, Andre __________ 2010 Bari, Mat ____________ 1989-90 Barker, Randy ________ 1980-81 Barlak, Mike _________ 2006-08 Barnes, Dominique ____ 2007-10 Barnes, Ron _________ 1966-67 Barney, Fred _________ 1941-42 Barone, Anthony ____ 1999-2002 Barone, Dave ___________ 1969 Barr, Michael ____________ 1938 Barron, Norm ________ 1954-55 Barthold, Daniel ______ 1964-65 Bartos, John _________ 2003-05 Bartoszek, Bernie _____ 1969-71 Baston, Nate _________ 2001-04 Batcha, Leonard ______ 1950-56 Battaglia, Tom___________ 1949 Baun, Ken ___________ 2000-01

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Bush, Charles ___________ 1948 Bush, Derrick ________ 2005 2005-08 Bush 08 Bushofsky, Jame _____ 1966-67 Butcher, Karl ____________ 1957 Byer, Matt ______________ 1991 Byers, Brandon _______ 2001-02 Byers, Jason ____________ 1994

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Jake Andreadis rushed for 2,620 yards from 1995-98. Baynes, Tim ____________ 1969 Baytos, Jeff __________ 1971-75 Beal, Randy __________ 1976-79 Beaver, Dan _________ 1980-82 Beck, Frank __________ 1953-55 Beers, Randy ___________ 1998 Bell, Ernie ______________ 1954 Bell, Joe _______________ 1976 Bellamy, Adaris __________ 2010 Bellish, Patrick __________ 2008 Beltempo, Guy _______ 1947-49 Benedict, James _________ 1946 Benish, Joe _____________ 1938 Bennett, Rudy ___________ 1968 Berardi, James _______ 1946-48 Berassa, Jelani __________ 2009 Beregi, George __________ 1965 Bernard, Joseph ______ 1947-49 Berry, Rory __________ 2006-07 Bertrando, Jim __________ 1975 Beulah, Al ______________ 1960 Biastro, John _________ 1971-74 Bibent, Maury ________ 1986-89 Billker, Shawn ________ 1996-99 Bishop, Joe __________ 2003-06 Black, Dan ______________ 1992 Blackwell, Roosevelt __ 1968-71 Blackwell, Todd ____ 1999, 2001 Blascak, Bill ____________ 1954 Bledsoe, Sir Demarco ____ 2009 Bleshoy, John ________ 1987-90 Blizzard, Ed ________ 1997-2000 Blose, Stephen _______ 2007-10 Blythe, Richard Allan___ 1987-90 Boatwright, Jarmarious ___ 2010 Bobo, Lee ______________ 1952 Boda, Elmer ____________ 1981 Bodnar, Ed __________ 1956-59 Bogdan, Dennis ______ 1969-71 Bogerd, Casey _______ 1996-99 Bogner, Bob _________ 1980-82 Boliver, John _________ 1949-51 Bologna, Jack ________ 1949-50 Bomar, Brian _________ 1982-83 Bond, Tony __________ 1973-76 Bone, Bill _______________ 1978 Booth, Joe______________ 1956 Booth, Tyler____ 2004-06, 2008 Borrow, Dave ________ 1949-50 Boulden, Ken____________ 1953 Bowen, Richard_______ 1985-86

Bowens, Tony ________ 1987-90 Boyd, Robert____________ 1962 Boykin, Trent _________ 1991-94 Boyle, Shawn ________ 1980-82 Bracken, Mike ________ 2001-04 Bracy, Darnell ________ 1993-95 Bradley, Matt_________ 1977-78 Brady, Terry ____________ 1966 Brammer, Al ____________ 1954 Branchetti, Paul _________ 1975 Brandenstein, Mark ______ 2010 Briganti, Joseph ______ 1968-71 Briggs, Matt _________ 2001-04 Brimmeier, Joe _______ 1966-67 Briya, Paul ______________ 1971 Briya, Ray ___________ 1965-67 Brnilovich, Sam__________ 1964 Brooks, Don ____________ 1979 Brooks, Steve ________ 1975-79 Brophy, Kenny___________ 1951 Brouse, Matt ____________ 2003 Brown, Adrian ________ 1996-99 Brown, Brandon ______ 2002-05 Brown, Carson __________ 1970 Brown, Dana _________ 2008-09 Brown, Eric __________ 1996-98 Brown, Kevin _________ 1988-91 Brown, Kevin ____________ 1999 Brown, Kyle _____________ 2010 Brown, Leslie “Bart” ______ 1980 Brown, Reginald ______ 1991-94 Brown, Ronald________ 1988-91 Brown, Tom __________ 1974-78 Brumfield, Marschell___ 1975-78 Brungard, Mark _______ 1992-95 Brunderly, Fred _______ 1970-72 Bruno, Ben __________ 1961-63 Brunot, Rick _________ 1981-83 Brutz, Sam __________ 1966-67 Bucciarelli, Larry______ 1989-92 Buchan, Glenn________ 1967-69 Buckley, Larry ___________ 1963 Bullock, John_________ 1963-65 Burba, Chris _________ 1972-74 Burch, David _________ 1990-93 Burelli, Angelo ________ 1954-55 Burke, Ryan ____________ 1995 Burley, Jerald ________ 2000-02 Burns, James ________ 1966-69 Burns, Mike __________ 2000-03 Burns, Robert ________ 1938-41 Burton, Mike ____________ 1978

Caldwell, Joe_________ 1969-72 Calloway, Don ________ 1972-75 Campana, Albert______ 1946-49 Campana, Thomas ____ 1946-49 Campbell, Dailyn _________ 2008 Campbell, Robert ________ 1941 Campman, Al ________ 1972-75 Canacci, Richard _____ 1961-64 Candello, Nick___________ 1956 Canterino, Nick __________ 2008 Capogreco, Ron _________ 1985 Cappitte, Greg _______ 1982-85 Caranfa, Joe ____________ 1969 Carden, Harold __________ 1961 Carey, Michael __________ 1987 Carkido, Larry ___________ 1961 Carlson, Shawn_______ 2002-05 Carrino, Alfred __________ 1947 Carsonie, Frank _________ 1964 Carter, Art ___________ 1993-94 Carter, Jaymes __________ 1964 Carter, Lamont (Troy) __ 1988-90 Carter, Ray __________ 1955-58 Carter, Rick __________ 1972-75 Caruso, Roger __________ 1960 Casgar, Thomas _________ 1966 Cassetto, Frank _________ 1962 Cavanaugh, Ken ______ 1978-79 Cavucci, Joe _________ 1971-74 Cayson, Josh ________ 2003-06 Ceglie, Vic ___________ 1980-83 Ceremuga, George ____ 1951-53 Ceremuga, Joseph ____ 1962-65 Ceremuga, Paul ______ 1956-59 Cerneka, Greg __________ 1973 Cerni, Mark __________ 1977-80 Cerni, Steve ____________ 1976 Chambers, Foster ____ 1972-75 Chatman, Terry _______ 1983-85 Cheaib, Ali ______________ 2010 Cheeks, Alva “Butch” __ 1970-73

Chelekis, Ernie __________ 1949 Chenault, Dorian ______ 2004 Chenault 2004-07 07 Cheripko, Darrell______ 1979-80 Chianese, John __________ 1938 Chiaro, Lou __________ 1951-53 Chiccarelli, Anthony ______ 1941 Chipman, Metellus ____ 1993-94 Churilla, Randy __________ 1982 Cianelli, Joe__________ 1985-87 Cichoski, Lee ___________ 1957 Cimmento, Andy _________ 1955 Cimmento, Thomas ______ 1964 Clark, Darnell ________ 1990-93 Clark, Robert ________ 1984-85 Clayton, Ed _____________ 1955 Claxon, Erik _____________ 2006 Clemente, Ton___________ 1951 Clifford, Tom _________ 1975-79 Clontz, James ___________ 1966 Coates, Bobby _______ 2007-10 Coates, Randy __________ 1997 Coburn, Larry ___________ 1976 Cochran, Don ________ 1969-72 Cochran, Mike________ 1987-89 Cochran, Nick ________ 1990-92 Coggins, Terry _____ 1978-1979 Colaprete, Dom ______ 1963-64 Colclaser, Francis _____ 1939-41 Cole, Henry _____________ 1938 Colegrove, Andy ______ 2009-10 Coleman, Andre ____ 1998-2001 Coman, Brian ________ 1989-92 Conceller, Ed ___________ 1951 Congemi, Anthony ____ 1962-65 Congemi, John _______ 1939-40 Conger, Bob ____________ 1950 Conn, Paul ___________ 1991-95 Connelly, Pat ____________ 1951 Connors, Gary _______ 1956-57 Contrucci, Dan __________ 1973 Conwell, Chris ______ 1999-2000 Cook, Andre ___ 1995-96, 1998 Cook, Jamaine _______ 2009-10 Coront, Kurt _________ 1970-71 Corrotto, Vincent ________ 1939 Costarella, Joe __________ 1968 Costelac, David _________ 1980 Cottom, Brian ___________ 1995 Cotton, Craig ________ 1965-68 Cotton, Rashod _______ 2006-07 Coughlin, Leo ________ 1950-52

Rick Brunot finished third at the 1985 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships in the Heavyweight class.

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Coughlin, Robert ert______ ______ 1941-42 56 Cougras, Tonyy _______ 1953 1953-56 Counts, Clyde ________ 1961-63 Courtney, Bob ________ 1983-86 Courtney, Gale __________ 1967 Coustillac, Richard ____ 1960-61 Cox, Jerry “Red” ___ 1956, 1958 Coyle, Frank _________ 1938-40 Craft, Jack _____________ 1941 Cramb, Don _________ 1968-71 Cramb, John 1941, 1942, 1946 Crawford, William ________ 1965 Crews, Jack _________ 1997-98 Croft, Gary _____________ 1984 Crossetto, Dave _________ 1960 Crummey, Pat ______ 1998-2001 Crump, Ken __________ 1973-75 Cuffman, Joel __ 1981, 1984-85 Culkar, Thom ________ 1951-52 Cullen, Tom __________ 1979-82 Cummings, Don _________ 1954 Cummings, Michael ___ 1985-88 Cunningham, Demetrius 1975-78

dDd Dailey, Jauron ________ 1996-97 Dale, George ____________ 1946 D’Alesio, Donald _________ 2010 Dancy, Ken _____________ 1973 Danko, Pat __________ 1988-91 Dannals, Larry _______ 1973-76 Davanzo, Frank _______ 1946-49 Davidson, Bill ________ 1958-60 Davidson, William 1940-42, 1946 Davie, Bob __________ 1973-75 Davila, Peter _________ 1995-97 Davis, Cliff ______________ 1956 Davis, Harry _________ 1947-50 Davis, Josh __________ 2000-03 Davis, Lamar_________ 1985-88 Davis, Lorenzo _______ 1986-89 Dawson, Webster ________ 1955 DeArment, Harold ________ 1939 DeArment, Richard _______ 1939 DeAscentis, Tony _____ 1953-56 DeBone, Paul ___________ 1952 DeBee, Joe ____ 2003, 2005-06 DeCapito, Phillip ______ 1978-79 Deering, Jim ______ 1967, 1969

DeFazio, Richard ________ 1954 DelBoccio Dave ______ 1991 92 DelBoccio, 1991-92 DelGarbino, J.T _______ 1994-95 DeLeo, Bill ______________ 1951 Deley, Tom __________ 1957-59 Deligianis, Harry ______ 1995-97 Dellarose, Justin ______ 2000-03 Delserone, John _________ 1963 DelSignore, Dave _____ 1967-69 DelSignore, Dom _____ 1953-56 DeMarte, Dom _______ 1963-64 DeMas, John _________ 1952-54 DeNiro, Andy _________ 2000-02 Demechko, Ed ____ 1980, 1982 Denson, Ron ____________ 1973 DePasco, Ralph _________ 1981 DePaul, Jim _____________ 1959 DePerro, Marty __________ 1971 DePietro, Armand ________ 1959 DePinto, Nick ___________ 1960 DeRose, Joseph _________ 1942 Derthick, Dave _ 1982-83, 85-86 Derthick, Mark _______ 1981-84 DeSanto, Joseph ________ 1946 DeShields, Chris _________ 1994 Detelich, Blair ________ 1992-94 Dever, Jack _____________75-77 DeVicchio, Matthew ___ 1993-94 DeVore, Jamie________ 1981-83 Dewberry, Ryan ______ 1998-99 Dewberry, Tim _ 2004-05, 2007 Dickson, Daryl __________ 1984 Dickson, Glenn __________ 1941 DiCross, Ken _________ 1969-70 DiDomenico, John ____ 1976-77 DiFrancisco, Tom ________ 1981 Dillingham, Tom ______ 1992-95 DiLullo, Nino _________ 1965-67 DiMauro, Chris _______ 2001-03 Diorio, Bill ______________ 1994 DiRenzo, Al _____________ 1973 Disco, Brian ____________ 1978 DiStasio, Dean __________ 1978 Dittmer, Terry ________ 1976-79 DiTunno, Jody __ 1977, 1979-80 Dlugosz, Dennis ____ 1999-2002 Doby, Josiah _ 1999-00, 2002-03 Doddo, Archie ___________ 1956 Dokmanovich, George ____ 1951 Dolak, Ray ___________ 1956-57

Dominelli, Ian ________ 1998-99 Dolwick Bob ____________ 1967 Dolwick, Dorma, Jon _____________ 1995 Dorulla, Jerry ________ 1959-62 Douglas, Dave __________ 1984 Dowling, John ________ 1984-87 Downing, Curt ___________ 1979 Drahuschak, Rick _____ 1956-57 Dramie, Bob ____________ 1974 Dreslinski, Tim _______ 1992-95 Driscoll, Joseph ______ 1946-49 Ducatel, Ely _____________ 2010 Duda, George ________ 1962-63 Dugan, Bill ______________ 2009 Dugan, Jack ____________ 1970 Dukas, Al _______________ 1955 Dull, Tony_______________ 1940 Dumas, Dwight _______ 1976-79 Dunlap, Elliott ________ 1971-74 Dunlap, Jerry____________ 1987 Dunlap, Regis ___________ 1942 Dunlap, Tanner _______ 2002-05 Dunn, Carl ______________ 1986 Dunn, Charles ___________ 1977 Dunn, Tony __________ 1986-89 Durbin, Steve ________ 2001-03 Durina, Michael _______ 1946-49 Durina, Pat __ 1976-77, 1979-80 Durkin, Mike ____________ 1961 Durko, Terry ____________ 1969 Dyke, Jim ___________ 1981-84

eEe Eastham, David__________ 1996 Eckhart, Bart ________ 1981-82 Eckman, Dale ___________ 1957 Edie, Frank __________ 1987-89 Edgerson, Regis ______ 2004-06 Edwards, John _______ 1959-62 Edwards, Jordan ______ 2007-09 Edwards, Leon __________ 2007 Edwards, Ralph __________ 1962 Ekoniak, Greg ________ 1987-88 Ekweremuba, Obinna _____ 2010 Elkins, Chris ____________ 2010 Ellington, Ray ________ 1987-90 Elliott, Andre _________ 2008-10 Engelhardt, John 1988-90, 1992 Ersery, Draye ________ 2008-09 Escola, Eric _____________ 1974 Esoldo, Tony ____________ 1955 Evans, Jameson _________ 2005 Evans, Marcus _______ 1990-92 Everette, Malcolm ____ 1990-92 Ewashko, Frank _________ 1956

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TE Bob Davie, former head coach at Notre Dame and current ESPN analyst, caught 33 passes from 1973-75.

Fackrell, Jeff _________ 1996-97 Farina, Jerry ______ 1979, 1983 Farina, Tom __________ 1974-78 Farmer, Tony ____________ 1978 Farnsworth, Scott________ 1986 Feasline, Doug __________ 1978 Febel, Gary __________ 1984-85 Fedd, Elliott __________ 1984-87 Ference, Chris __________ 1984 Ferguson, Dave_______ 1970-74 Fernandez, Crispin ____ 2008-09 Fernback, Rob __________ 2010 Ferrando, Gary __________ 1969 Ferranti, Bob _________ 1969-72 Ferranti, Jim _________ 1976-79 Ferrer, Brent _________ 1987-88 Ferro, Gene __________ 1964-66 Figueroa, Tyler _______ 2009-10 Finamore, Pete _______ 1949-51 Fink, Bill _____________ 1975-79 Fink, Mike ___________ 1993-95 Fire, Carmen ____________ 1953

Fitzpatrick, Greg ______ 1975-78 Fleming, Fleming David __________ 2009 Florio, Rudy __________ 1969-71 Forney, Ricardo _________ 1977 Forro, Ed ______ 1993-94, 1996 Forro, Nick __________ 2003-05 Fortunato, Joe __________ 1938 Fosnaught, Ed___________ 1967 Foster, John _________ 2004-06 Fozkos, Robert _______ 1988-89 Franklin, Barry _______ 1961-64 Franklin, Tom ________ 1966-69 Franko, Dick _________ 1952-55 Frasure, Jaimie _______ 2008-10 Frazzini, Ed _______ 1952, 1953 Fritz, Gary ___________ 1977-80 Froelich, Tom ___________ 2006 Fuda, Sam ___________ 1966-67 Furst, Dave _____________ 1972

gGg Gabel, Bob __________ 1979-80 Gaglione, Anthony _______ 1941 Gainous, Mozella ________ 1976 Galie, Vince __________ 1966-67 Gallo, Rocco ____________ 1957 Galloza, Jose ___________ 2005 Galmish, Edward_________ 1965 Galterio, Carl____________ 1979 Gamble, Chris ________ 1987-90 Gammon, Chris_______ 2008-10 Garcar, Bob__________ 1951-54 Garcar, Bob_____________ 1976 Garden, Dave ________ 1972-75 Gardner, Donald ______ 1965-66 Gardner, Tim ____________ 1979 Garner, Josh ____________ 2010 Gary, Gregory ________ 1966-69 Gasser, Dave ___________ 1960 Geho, Quentin Ted ____ 1938-40 George, David ________ 1966-67 George, Fred_________ 1976-79 George, Tom _________ 1978-79 Gerber, Drew ________ 1990-93 Gergel, Jeff __________ 1978-81 Gergely, Steve __________ 1946 Ghent, Michael __________ 1990 Giambattista, Mike ____ 1955-58 Giannios, Greg _____ 1999-2001 Giauque, Dave _______ 1976-77 Gibson, Don ____________ 1974 Gibson, Montquantae __ 2004-06 Gibson, Robert _______ 1946-49 Gilchrist, Mack _______ 1993-95 Giles, Elliott __________ 1998-99 Gill, Sloko ___________ 1938-41 Gilligan, Mike___ 1994-95, 1997 Gillum, Roger _____ 2008, 2010 Ginzburg, Alex___________ 1994 Giordano, Lou ___________ 1978 Glantzis, Chris________ 1997-98 Glears, Walter “Skip” __ 1952-54 Gliatta, Vince_________ 2004-07 Gluvna, George _______ 1968-69 Gmiter, Jim __________ 1953-54 Gmiter, Pat __________ 1952-53 Gmuca, Ray _________ 1956-57 Godec, Jake ____________ 2002 Goffer, Chris ______ 2003, 2006 Goldston, Ralph ______ 1950-51 Gonya, Curt_____________ 1993 Gonzalez, Luis _______ 2002-03 Goodballet, Dave ________ 1960 Goode, Frank ________ 1981-84 Goode, Jarritt ________ 1996-98 Goode, John _________ 1980-83 Goode, Tariq ____________ 2006 Gooden, Nick ________ 2007-10 Goodman, Ralph ______ 1963-66 Gorisek, Lou ____________ 1951 Grant, Scott ____________ 1939

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Dick Adipotti set the school mark for rushing yards. Gratz, Bob______________ 2010 Green, Aaron _________ 1992-93 Green, Harold ________ 1955-60 Green, Jack _____________ 1938 Green, Justin ____________ 2002 Green, Marcus __________ 2001 Greene, David ___________ 1998 Greene, LeVar ______ 1998-2001 Greer, Brett __________ 1989-91 Greer, William ___________ 1960 Gresham, Charles________ 2008 Gresko, Ken _________ 1966-69 Griffin, Tyler_____________ 2006 Griffith, Mark _________ 1996-99 Grist, Larry __________ 1977-80 Grooms, Sam ________ 1977-80 Grossi, Albert ________ 1963-65 Guerriero, Greg _________ 1986 Guerriero, Pat ________ 1980-82 Guerriero, Sean ____ 1998-2001 Guido, Joe ________ 1953, 1954 Gulas, Ed_______________ 1982 Gulla, George ________ 1954-55 Gura, Bill _______________ 1983 Gurski, Warren _______ 1951-53 Gustafson, Howard ____ 1949-50 Guzzo, John ____________ 1953

hHh Habarka, Larry _______ 1974-76 Haddox, William _________ 1942 Hafner, Roger ___________ 1973 Hall, Brian ______________ 1969 Hall, Devon __________ 1985-88 Hall, Shawn __________ 1993-94 Hallapy, Rod ____________ 1986 Halter, Paul ________ 1940-1941 Halverson, Blake______ 2005-07 Hammercheck, Glen ______ 1958 Hannis, Richard_______ 1947-50 Hanzes, Frank ________ 1956-58 Harder, Thomas ______ 1977-79 Hardie, George _______ 1938-40 Hardie, Mike _________ 1981-84 Hardwick, Steve _________ 1984 Harrell, Juilian ___________ 2010 Harris, Demetrius ________ 1997 Hartman, Leon D. IV ______ 1985 Hartzell, Richard ______ 1960-63

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Harvey, James _______ 1971-72 Hawkes, Lavelle e 1998-99 1998-99, 2001 Hawkins, Denny _________ 1971 Hawkins, Leo __ 1988-89, 1991 Hawthorne, Bryan ___ 1999-2000 Haynali, Chuck _______ 1976-79 Hayslett, Coby __________ 2003 Heber, Jim ___________ 1938-41 Heier, Steve ____________ 1969 Heim, Ron ___________ 1985-86 Helle, Dustin ____________ 2007 Henderson, John _____ 1941-42 Henderson, Rod ______ 1985-87 Hendrix, Nakia _______ 1994-95 Herman, Glenn __________ 1980 Hernan, Ray _________ 1975-76 Herring, Anthony_________ 1996 Herring, Archie _______ 1987-90 Hess, Kurt ______________ 2010 Hickox, Marc ____________ 1977 Higham, Jim _________ 1957-58 Hight, Tom___________ 1972-74 Hightower, Bruce ___ 1999-2001 Hill, Alfred III _________ 1991-94 Hill, Bob _____________ 1979-82 Hill, Carlton _____________ 1974 Hill, Taylor ______________ 2009 Hoelzle, Fred_________ 1941-46 Hoffman, Bill ____________ 1951 Hoffman, Brian __________ 1993 Hogg, Matt __________ 1994-97 Holbrook, Bryon _________ 1989 Hollinger, Nathan _____ 1980-81 Hollins, Don _____________ 1973 Hollis, Ben ______________ 1954 Hollis, Bill_______________ 1959 Holmes, Jim _________ 1971-72 Holmes, Sherod ______ 2002-03 Holt, Bob ____________ 1975-76 Hong, Dave _____________ 2000 Hopkins, Jermaine ____ 1992-95 Hopkins, Lloyd __________ 1988 Horne, Da’Michael ____ 2005-08 Horvath, Frank _______ 1959-62 Horvath, Gary ________ 1964-67 Horvath, Richard _________ 1955 Housteau, Robert _____ 1947-51 House, William _______ 1963-66 Householder, Brian ____ 1992-94 Hovan, Ronald________ 1989-90 Howley, Ed __________ 1957-58 Hribar, Herbert _______ 1939-40 Hruska, Paul _________ 1960-63 Hudock, Anthony ________ 1964 Hudson, Leo ____________ 1993 Huffman, Curt ________ 1976-77 Hughes, Ed _____________ 1960 Hulea, Gannon __________ 2010 Hulea, Nick __________ 1947-49 Hunt, Claude _________ 1946-47 Hunt, Craig _____________ 1975 Hunt, Dave _____________ 1978 Hunt, Greg______________ 1972 Hutchinson, Marty ____ 2003-06

iIi Infante, Jim __________ 1969-71 Inglis, Chris __________ 1993-96 Inglis, Dan ___________ 1993-96 Irizarry, Louis ________ 2006-07 Isaac, Ray ___________ 1988-91 Ischo, John _____________ 1964 Ison, Demetrius ______ 2003-06 Ivy, Tyrone ______________ 1982

jJj Jack, Paul ______________ 1940 Jackson, Codera _____ 2005-06 Jackson, Darrell _________ 1987 Jackson, Dick ___________ 1954

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Kopacz, Dave ________ 1972-75 Kopp, Kopp John __________ 1963-64 Korandovich, Bob _____ 1985-86 Kowicki, Andy ___________ 2009 Koval, Jeff ___________ 2004-06 Kovalchik, Tom _______ 1968-69 Kovar, Jerry ____________ 1988 Koziol, Mark _________ 1988-89 Krafcik, John ___ 1953, 1956-58 Kraft, Ken ______________ 2003 Kramer, Paul _________ 1938-39 Kross, Chris _________ 1992-94 Krovocheck, Timo _______ 1984 Krumpak, Bill____________ 1969 Krupko, Tom ____________ 2008 Kubus, Kenneth ___ 1986, 1988 Kuchmaner, Andy _____ 1971-75 Kuhn, Ken ___________ 1983-84 Kunkel, Larry_________ 1955-57 Kyer, Joe ____________ 1972-73

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Rod Love and the Guins wore black uniforms in 1986-87. Jackson, Greg________ 2004-05 Jackson, Leon __________ 1974 Jackson, Wayne ______ 1975-76 Jacobs, Greg ________ 2005-06 Jacobs, Scott ________ 1981-83 Jakovina, Joe ___________ 1952 James, Cyril _________ 1939-42 Jamieson, Eric __________ 1977 Jamieson, Robin _________ 1974 Janecko, Gene _______ 1946-47 Janke, Harry _________ 1962-63 Janofa, David ________ 1985-87 Jaros, Tom __________ 1975-79 Jarvie, Tom _____________ 1984 Jarvis, Greg__________ 1981-82 Jarvis, Jim ___________ 1950-51 Jaworski, Ron ________ 1969-72 Jay, Jim _____________ 1977-80 Jean-Baptiste, Phillip___ 1992-95 Jeffries, Jim ____________ 1959 Jennings, Mike _______ 1971-74 Jethroe, Andre _______ 1993-96 Jewell, Dean ____________ 2002 Jewell, Ryan _________ 2003-06 John-Finn, Ron________ 2003-04 Johnson, Andrew ________ 2010 Johnson, Alphonzo _______ 1975 Johnson, Dan ___________ 1975 Johnson, Dave _______ 1956-60 Johnson, Erik ________ 2008-10 Johnson, Jerry _____ 1998-2001 Johnson, Larry _______ 1969-73 Johnson, Tim ______ 1999-2000 Johnston, Jeff ________ 1977-80 Johnston, Jeff ________ 1992-94 Jones, Allen_____________ 2010 Jones, Chris _________ 1995-98 Jones, Donald ________ 2008-09 Jones, Earl __________ 1987-88 Jones, Herb _________ 2003-05 Jones, Jake E. _______ 1981-82 Jones, Jim ___________ 1993-96 Jones, Leon _________ 1992-95 Jones, Steve _________ 1986-89 Jones, Terica___ 1992-93, 1995 Jordan, George _______ 1967-69 Jordan, Jim _____________ 1973 Jordan, Larry ___________ 1969 Jordan, Lawrence _1956, 1958-60 Joseph, Charles ______ 1965-68

Juby, Joe ____________ 2002-05 Judeh, Max _____________ 1974 Julian, Vincent ________ 1968-69 Julius, Carmen _______ 1938-39

kKk Kacenga, Kenneth ____ 1965-68 Kacenga, Larry _______ 1972-73 Kall, Tom ____________ 1987-90 Kalwarski, Ed ________ 1939-41 Kalwarski, Henry _________ 1941 Kanetsky, Marc _______ 2008-10 Karapetsas, Kosta ____ 2001-02 Karis, Richard ___________ 1962 Karnuth, Jon ____________ 1982 Kavinsky, Ray ________ 1961-64 Kavouras, Tony __________ 2008 Kaydo, Frank_________ 1996-99 Kellogg, Jim ____________ 1976 Kellum, Charles__________ 1955 Kennedy, Norris ______ 2002-04 Kenner, William __________ 1962 Kent, Joe ____________ 1966-69 Kertesz, Craig _______ 1989-92 Ketterer, Jerry___________ 1973 Keys, Griffin _________ 1981-84 Keys, Kamryn ___________ 2008 Kimmel, Davey _______ 1954-57 Kinch, John __________ 1973-76 King, Cleveland __________ 1969 King, Emmett ________ 1974-78 King, Max ___________ 2005-06 King, Wayne _________ 1960-62 Kipp, Ben_______________ 1993 Kirilla, Gene _____________ 1982 Kishman, Matt ___________ 2007 Kissell, Ron __________ 1980-82 Kitt, Larry ______________ 1968 Klatka, Andy ____________ 1960 Klembara, Dennis _____ 1968-71 Klomfas, John ___________ 1983 Knaack, Chris ___________ 1997 Kochis, Ed ______________ 1950 Kohut, George __________ 1941 Koken, Joseph _ 1976, 1979-80 Kokos, Jr., Paul_______ 1991-94 Kolesar, John ________ 1957-58 Kollar, Todd __________ 1994-97 Kondrad, Aaron_______ 1993-94

Landino, Pete ___________ 1986 Landis, George __________ 1957 Lane, Ben ___________ 2006-08 Lanzi, Peter__ 1941-42, 1946-47 Larmon, Philip ________ 2001-04 Larson, Zach ____________ 2010 Latera, Gary _________ 1975-78 Latess, Denny ________ 1970-73 Latessa, Mike ___________ 2000 Latsko, Ray _____________ 1952 Law, Leo _______________ 1938 Lawrence, Tony__________ 2007 Lear, Jeff ____________ 1975-79 Lee, Jamel __________ 2004-06 Lee, Josh ___________ 2008-10 Lee, Reginald ________ 1991-94 Leeson, Willis John ____ 1938-39 Lefebure, Pierre _________ 1968 LeFever, Troy __ 1996-97, 2000 Lehman, Julian _______ 1971-74 Lehner, Lou __________ 1951-53 Leppla, Steve ___________ 1976 Leshnack, Gene _________ 1957 Leshnock, William _____ 1961-64 Letcher, Jim ____________ 1954 Lewis, Dick __________ 1959-61 Lewis, Eugene _______ 1995-97 Liberty, Tom ____________ 1974 Lichuar, Bob _________ 1971-72 Limongi, Tony ________ 2003-05 Lindsey, Edward ______ 1941-42 Liste, Nick ______________ 2010 Locicero, Joseph _____ 1946-49 Lockhart, Eric ___________ 2000 Logan, Keland________ 2002-03 Lombardi, Bob _______ 1975-78 Lombardi, Frank _________ 1978 Longano, John _______ 1998-99 Lopatta, Robert ______ 1968-69 Lorion, Michael _______ 1968-69 Louis, Randy _________ 2008-10 Love, Rod ___________ 1984-87 Lowery, Lewis __ 1967-69, 1971 Lowry, Jess __________ 1971-72 Lowry, Quentin _______ 1975-78 Lucas, Thomas _______ 1963-64 Lucci, Conzy _________ 1942-48 Lucente, Joe _________ 1987-88 Lucente, Tony ________ 1957-59 Lucia, George ___________ 1950 Lutsi, Joe ___________ 1964-67 Lyden, John__________ 1974-76 Lykes, Trenton _______ 1984-87 Lykes-Knight, Bobby _2006, 2008 Lynn, Bob ___________ 1951-53 Lyons, Francis _______ 1960-63

mMm MacGregor, Brad _____ 1994-95 Machuga, Robert ________ 1953 Mackie, Ron _________ 1977-79 Maffei, Merle ____________ 1938 Magazzeni, Dave _____ 1981-82 Magliocca, Joe _______ 1966-67 Main, D.J. ___________ 2009-10 Mair, Dave ___________ 1969-72 Majovsky, Tom _______ 1959-60 Maley, Max __________ 1974-77 Malys, Michael _ 1946, 1948-49 Malys, Walter __ 1938-40, 1946 Mancuso, Mark __________ 1970 Mangun, David _______ 1968-71 Mapes, Jerry _________ 1984-87 Marasky, Larry _______ 1957-59 Marcovecchio, Tony ______ 1950 Marcum, Yancey ______ 2001-03 Marini, Angelo ___________ 1957 Marshall, Aaron _______ 2002-05 Marshall, Joe_________ 2008-09 Marshall, Willis _______ 1994-97 Marstellar, Frank _________ 1952 Marstellar, Jack ______ 1951-52 Martin, Justin ________ 2003-04 Martin, Tom _____________ 1972 Martino, Ryan ___________ 2004 Martinko, John _______ 1953-55 Marton, Jeff ____________ 1983 Marzelli, Jon ____________ 1974 Mason, Andre ________ 1992-93 Mason, Calvin ________ 1967-68 Mason, Marcus _______ 2005-06 Massaro, Paul ________ 1994-95 Masterson, Dick _________ 1954 Matakovich, John _____ 1986-89 Matelan, Luke __ 2007, 2009-10 Matey, Edward _______ 1963-66 Matosky, John ________ 1947-48 Matteo, Joe _____________ 1950 Matthews, Brian ___ 1983, 1985 Matthews, Damion ____ 1998-99 Matune, Paul _________ 1972-75 Matuschak, Paul ______ 1948-50 Maxwell, Kim ____________ 1977 May, Jerry ______________ 1994 Mayes, Grant ___________ 2010 Mayes, Vance ________ 1993-94 Mayorga, Art ____________ 1951 Mays, P.J. ___________ 2000-02 Mays, Vic_______________ 1974 Mazard, Guy _________ 2000-02 McCabe, Bill _________ 1951-55 McCall, Brian____________ 1942 McCall, Melvyn __________ 1979 McCamon, Dave _________ 1970 McCauslin, Jeff _______ 1970-73 McCloud, Don, Jr. _____ 1973-77 McCloud, Don, Sr. ____ 1951-53 McDermott, Bill _______ 1979-81 McDonald, Larry _________ 1949 McDonald, Richard ____ 1979-82 McDowell, Dennis ________ 1973 McDowell, Don _______ 1971-72 McElroy, Edward _________ 1961 McFadden, Paul ______ 1980-83 McGarry, Michael ________ 1966 McGinty, Rob____________ 2000 McGlasson, Ed _______ 1975-78 McGlone, Michael _____ 1985-88 McGlone, Mike __________ 2010 McIntosh, David ______ 1987-88 McLaughlin, Gary ________ 1980 McLeod, Mike ___________ 1994 McMillian, William ________ 1941 McQuillan, Donald ________ 1946 Meadows, Stephen ____ 2008-10 Mechling, Matt _____ 1999-2002 Medland, Don ___________ 1950 Medwick, Steve ______ 1963-64

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Melchoir, Steve eve __________ 1975 39 Melek, Andy _________ 1938 1938-39 Mellott, Brian_________ 2007-09 Meola, Tom __________ 1977-79 Mernedakis, Nick _____ 2007-08 Merrell, Rob _________ 1981-82 Mervos, Ned _________ 1950-53 Mico, Joe ______________ 1981 Miklos, Dan __________ 1973-76 Mikula, Paul _____________ 1954 Miller, Brad _______ 2008, 2010 Miller, Brian __________ 1982-85 Miller, George ________ 1968-70 Miller, Guy ______________ 1969 Miller, John _____________ 1971 Miller, Raymond ______ 1991-94 Mills, John ______________ 1977 Mintz, Harold____________ 1942 Mintze, Eugene _______ 2000-01 Mister, Charles __________ 2001 Mitchell, Lawrence ____ 1988-89 Mitchell, Leonard _____ 1941-42 Mitchell, Oscar __________ 1980 Mlack, Jerry _________ 1971-73 Modic, Brett _________ 1977-80 Mogus, Leo __________ 1939-42 Montana, Tony __________ 1969 Mook, Don___________ 1988-90 Moore, Henry ___________ 1974 Moore, John _________ 1960-63 Moore, Pat _____________ 1954 Moore, Willie ____________ 1974 Moran, Richard __________ 1964 Morelli, Ralph ________ 1958-60 Morgan, Dan ____________ 1966 Morgan, Darren____ 1988, 1991 Morgan, Don ____________ 1950 Morgan, Jim ____________ 1970 Morris, Alfred ___________ 1981 Morris, Rod _______ 1974, 1977 Morrison, Kelly _______ 1979-80 Morton, Tyler ________ 2003-06 Morvay, Dave ________ 1978-80 Mosier, Andrew __________ 2001 Moss, D.J. ______________ 2010

Moss, Howard________ 1975-76 Mosure Tom _________ 1953-55 1953 55 Mosure, Motosko, Tom ___________ 1969 Mott, Harold ____________ 1955 Moulder, Richard_________ 1981 Mraz, Joseph ___________ 1948 Mullen, Jim _____________ 1980 Mullen, Tim ____ 1957, 1959-60 Murphy, John ________ 1983-86 Murray, Nate ____________ 1958 Murray, Tom ____________ 1966 Mushrush, Norman _______ 1941 Musiel, Russ _________ 1973-76 Musolino, James _________ 1986 Muza, Joe ______________ 1955 Myers, Craig ____________ 1978 Myers, Josh ____________ 2008

nNn Naples, Anthony ___ 1991, 1993 Nanji, Fon _________ 1997-2001 Naples, Anthony ___ 1991, 1993 Narduzzi, Patrick ________ 1985 Natili, Ray ______________ 1957 Needham, Barry _________ 1980 Neloms, John ___________ 1980 Nelson, Ron ____________ 1970 Nemeth, Dave ___________ 1938 Nespeca, Dom __________ 1955 Nevotne, John ________ 1983-86 Newberry, Bob _______ 1982-83 Newby, David ________ 1989-90 Nezbeth, Michael _____ 1991-92 Nicastro, Sam ___________ 1954 Nichols, Craig ___________ 1978 Nicholson, Brandon ______ 2007 Nicholson, Joe __________ 1973 Nicholson, Torrance ___ 2007-10 Nobles, Harold __________ 1970 Nogowski, Edmund ___ 1951-53 Norris, William __________ 1992 Novak, Dan __________ 1978-80 Nowicki, Ben _________ 2007-09

oOo Oates, Russell ___________ 1951 O’Bradovich, Dave _______ 1975 O’Brien, Ed _____________ 1951 O’Dea, Steve ____________ 1973 O’Donnell, Dan __________ 1968 Oesch, Jim _____________ 1977 O’Hara, Mick _________ 1980-83 O’Krisky, Tom ___________ 1979 Olexa, Jim ______________ 1961 Ondo, Don ______________ 1961 O’Neill, Ed ___________ 1967-68 Organ, Richard _ 1942, 1946-48 Orosz, Carey _________ 1976-79 Orrin, Henry ____________ 1940 Orsini, Ralph _________ 1974-78 Orsini, Tony _____________ 1978 Ostrosky, Walter ______ 1963-64 Oswalt, Keith ____________ 1973 Ottoway, Roger _______ 1951-53 Outler, Na’eem _______ 2007-09

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Brian Radakovich lettered in both football and basketball.

Pacak, Mike _________ 1967-70 Pace, Torrian____________ 2010 Pacifico, Jerry ________ 1985-88 Packman, Willie_______ 1971-72 Padach, John ________ 1939-42 Pagano, Sam ________ 1951-54 Page, Frank__________ 1994-97 Pakalnis, Lester ___ 1978, 1980 Palmer, Brian ________ 2005-08 Palmer, Bruce ___________ 2007 Palumbo, Nick __________ 1998 Pannunzio, Anthony ___ 1995-98

Byron Pittman was killed in the Korean War in 1952. Panozzo, James ______ 1994-95 Pantloni, Richard______ 1960-61 Paolucci, Tom ________ 1994-97 Papa, Barry _____________ 1980 Papadopoulis, Emanuel ___ 1981 Paris, Jason ______ 1997, 2000 Paris, Patrick ___________ 1963 Parise, Ken __________ 1975-79 Parknavy, Jim ________ 1971-72 Parrish, Wendell ______ 2001-02 Patella, Vinnie ___________ 2009 Patoray, Joe ____________ 2003 Patterson, Jeff _______ 1980-82 Patton, Shawn_____ 1990, 1994 Pavelic, Bob _________ 1977-80 Pavlich, Tony ____________ 1946 Pavlick, Fred ____________ 1981 Pavone, Brandon ________ 2003 Payne, Richard __________ 1962 Pearson, Carlos ___ 1997, 2001 Pearson, Ron _____ 1993, 1995 Pedraza, Brandon________ 2000 Pelusi, John __________ 1946-48 Peluso, Louis ___________ 1942 Penick, Jon _____________ 2007 Penny, James __________ 1988 Pentz, Cole __________ 1968-72 Pentz, Ron___________ 1974-77 Perantoni, John __________ 1964 Perantoni, Matzie _____ 1938-41 Perantoni, Tom _______ 1970-73 Perez, Bob __________ 2004-07 Perdue, Charles _________ 1993 Perl, Al _________________ 1942 Pernus, Russ____________ 1991 Perram, Greg ___________ 1988 Perry, David ____________ 1979 Perry, Jason _________ 2003-06 Pesut, Joe ___________ 1949-50 Peters, Dave _________ 1980-82 Peters, Waymann _____ 2001-03 Peterson, Andre ______ 1986-89 Peterson, Darius ______ 2001-03 Peterson, Mike _______ 1984-87 Peterson, Richard _____ 1964-67 Peterson, Sidney _____ 1980-82 Peterson, T.J. ________ 2005-06 Peterson, Vince ______ 1983-86 Petrollini, Al _____________ 1942 Petrus, Ray __________ 1954-55 Pezzuolo, Angelo _____ 1951-54 Pezzuolo, Henry 1950-51, 1954 Pezzuolo, Gary __________ 2009 Phelan, Jim __________ 2005-06 Phillips, David ___________ 1986 Pierson, John ___________ 1952

Pierson, John, Jr. _____ 1971-75 Pinelli 1971 74 Pinelli, Walt __________ 1971-74 Pishioneri, Albert ________ 1941 Pittman, Byron _______ 1949-50 Pitts, Aaron __________ 2007-09 Piunno, Joe __________ 1964-67 Pixley, Derek ___ 1988-90, 1992 Pokorny, Frank _______ 1982-84 Polak, Ed ____________ 1971-75 Pollifrone, Patsy ______ 1951-54 Polosky, Dave ___________ 1967 Popa, Dayne _________ 1984-87 Porter, Matt__________ 2003-04 Porter, Robert________ 1977-80 Porter, Tom _____________ 1980 Portilla, Mike _________ 1978-80 Powell, Brett _________ 1980-82 Powell, J. Kevin__________ 1981 Powell, Kevin_________ 1981-84 Powers, Jeff _________ 1990-93 Powers, Tino _________ 1950-51 Pratt, Carmen ___________ 1960 Prazenica, Francis _______ 1949 Presioso, Rudy _______ 1946-48 Preston, Durell __________ 2003 Price, Jason _________ 1985-88 Price, Paul ___________ 1974-75 Priley, Steve ____________ 1968 Probyn, Robert __________ 1942 Prologo, Pat ____________ 1964 Protopapa, John _________ 1981

qQq Quatro, Fred _________ 1959-61 Quick, David _________ 1992-93 Quinn, Guy___________ 1970-71 Quintana, John _______ 1990-93 Quivers, Gary ______ 1999-2000

rRr Rach, David __________ 2009-10 Radakovich, Andrew ___ 2009-10 Radakovich, Brian ________ 2005 Radon, Felix _________ 1972-75 Raines, Mark ____________ 1986 Rakovec, Tom ___________ 1991 Rancey, Vincent _________ 1939 Randall, Phillip ________ 1964-67 Rauzan, Andrew _________ 1995 Ray, Renauld _________ 1996-99 Reed, David__________ 1977-80 Rekstis, Mike ________ 1989-92 Rekstis, Pete_________ 1987-90 Reams, Justin ________ 2004-06 Rechichar, Justin _____ 2007-10 Remias, John __ 1952, 1954-55 Rendinell, Jim ___________ 1974 Repasky, Ray ________ 1962-65 Ressler, Ray ____________ 1972 Reynolds, Maurice ____ 1976-79 Reynolds, Steve ______ 2003-04 Rice, Tom ___________ 1972-76 Rich, Demetrius _________ 2000 Rich, Dom ______________ 2010 Rich, Jim ____________ 1957-60 Rich, Joe ____________ 1972-73 Richards, Dennis_________ 1966 Richards, Jarvis ______ 2005-08 Richards, Jim ___________ 1958 Richards, Tom ________ 1957-60 Richards, William ________ 1942 Richardson, Matt _____ 1995-98 Richardson, Paul ______ 1961-64 Richmond, James ________ 1961 Richter, Neil ____________ 1959 Ridgeway, Demario ___ 1991-92 Ridgley, Wayne __________ 1942 Riley, Joel ______________ 1997 Ringfield, James ______ 1987-89

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Rippley, Darrell __________ 1966 Rivers 66 Rivers, Sanford _______ 1964 1964-66 Roberts, Dave ________ 1989-92 Roberts, Mike ________ 2001-04 Roberts, Nicholas _____ 1995-96 Roberts, Nick ________ 2000-02 Robes, Rob __________ 1993-94 Robson, Robby _______ 1977-80 Robson, Todd ___________ 1981 Rodemoyer, Eric ______ 2008-10 Rodgers, Darryl ______ 1986-87 Rodman, Jack ________ 1984-86 Rogers, Bruce __________ 1969 Rogers, David ________ 2009-10 Rogers, Dwayne ______ 1981-84 Rohan, Ed ______________ 1977 Rohan, Roy __________ 1961-65 Rohanna, Tom ___________ 1986 Romack, Paul ___________ 1941 Roman, Mike _________ 1967-70 Romine, Melvin _______ 1981-83 Rominger, Paul __________ 1940 Romito, Robert __________ 1963 Rorick, John _________ 1962-65 Rose, Antaun_________ 2005-06 Rose, Barry __________ 1964-66 Rose, Dean __________ 1954-55 Ross, Brandian _______ 2007-10 Rosselli, Tony ________ 1940-41 Rosko, Chad _________ 1988-91 Roth, Frank _____________ 1961 Roth, Joe ____________ 1964-67 Roth, Ken ______________ 1961 Rouse, John _________ 1952-56 Rowan, Roy __________ 1947-48 Rowan, Todd _________ 2006-07 Rovnak, Steve ______ 1998-2000 Rozzo, Anthony _______ 1996-99 Rubbo, Mark _________ 1977-78 Rubbo, Tom_____________ 1967 Rubin, Dave _____________ 1989 Rudzik, Chad _________ 1965-66 Ruggles, Bill _________ 1998-99 Russo, Phil _____________ 1955 Rutecki, Felix_________ 1949-51 Rutherford, Frank _____ 1997-99 Rutkay, Tom _________ 1947-48 Ryan, Jeff _________ 1998-2001 Ryan, Pat____________ 1967-70 Rycraft, Matt _________ 2002-04 Rylander, Dom _______ 1939-40

sSs Saadey, George ______ 1954-57 Sabino, Larry __ 1977, 1979-81 Sabino, Rich _________ 1979-80 Sabo, James _________ 1968-69 Saccomen, Frank ________ 1968 Saklosky, Ronald _____ 1962-63 Sammarone, Chris ____ 1992-94 Sammarone, Chuck ___ 1961-64 Samsa, Brad _________ 2005-08 Sanders, Will _________ 2002-03 Sandine, Mark ________ 1969-70 Sandine, Ralph _______ 1965-67 Sandy, Tony__________ 1939-40 Sansone, John __________ 1952 Santangelo, Joe ______ 1951-53 Santillo, Paul ____________ 1953 Santor, Mike _________ 1957-58 Sapp, Cleo _____________ 1975 Saunders, Josh __________ 1990 Sasson, John ________ 2008-10 Savage, Mychal 2005-07, 2009 Savich, Frank ________ 1946-49 Saykes, Larry ________ 1960-63 Sazdanoff, Greg ______ 2008-09 Scales, Aaron ________ 2004-05 Scarlato, Cory ____ 1993, 1995 Schartner, Joe _______ 1978-81

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Ron Stoops played for YSU from 1953-57. Schaville, Francis _____ 1951-52 Schiavone, Guy __________ 1954 Schiffauer, Bob _______ 1976-78 Schkurko, Nate _______ 2008-10 Schneider, Mike _________ 2006 Scholes, Justin _ 2002, 2004-05 Schumacher, John __ 1999-2002 Schumacher, Luke ____ 1997-99 Scott, Farris _________ 1970-73 Scott, Jabari _________ 2007-09 Scruggs, Gary _______ 1984-87 Scurry, Reggie _ 1993, 1995-97 Seach, William __________ 1992 Seaman, Jeff_________ 1984-85 Seidel, Howard _______ 1966-67 Seidita, Ray _____________ 1968 Seiple, Lee __________ 1962-63 Selbi, Tunis _____________ 1972 Semansky, Andrew ____ 1946-47 Senchak, Metro _________ 1938 Sentner, Scott________ 2008-10 Sequella, Lou ___________ 1949 Sevenich, Jim ________ 1956-59 Sfara, Lou ___________ 1989-90 Shaffer, Quay ________ 1956-57 Shaker, Mike _________ 1978-79 Shanshala, Ed ___________ 1951 Sharbaugh, Carson ______ 2010 Shaw, Will ______________ 2010 Shepas, Rick _________ 1983-86 Shetler, Rob _________ 1982-83 Shina, Tim ___________ 1986-87 Shipley, Jeff ____________ 1974 Shirey, Ian ___________ 1996-99 Shirock, Louis ___________ 1938 Shoup, Archie ________ 1939-40 Siciliano, John ________ 1946-48 Sikora, John _________ 1953-54 Simichick, John_______ 1938-40 Simons, Roshon ______ 2006-08 Simonsic, Mike __________ 1990 Simpson, Willie __________ 1982 Sinko, Andrew ___________ 2010 Sirl, Kyle _______________ 2010 Sivik, Bob _________ 1999-2001 Six, Steve ___________ 1992-95 Skerratt, Ralph _______ 1938-40 Slacas, Bill _____________ 1980 Slark, Ethan ____________ 2010 Sliman, Dan_____________ 1949 Sloe, Mike ___________ 1981-83 Smallfield, Jake_______ 1993-96 Smargiasso, Joe_________ 1959 Smart, James ________ 1965-68 Smesko, Al _____________ 1951 Smiley, Dwyte ________ 1996-99 Smith, Dennis ___________ 1959 Smith, Gary __________ 1966-68

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Smith, Henry ____________ 1954 Smith, Jake _____________ 2010 Smith Smith, Jim ______________ 2003 Smith, Kevin ______ 2007, 2009 Smith, Kyle __________ 2002-05 Smith, Maurice __________ 2007 Smith, Randy_________ 1991-94 Smith, Rodney __________ 1991 Smith, Ryan__________ 2000-01 Smith, Sean _________ 1989-90 Smith, Tamron _______ 1990-93 Smith, Wayne ________ 1973-76 Smolanavich, Tom ____ 1957-59 Smouse, Francis 1942, 1946-48 Snoddy, Keith ________ 1977-79 Snow, Dionte_________ 2008-09 Soltis, Paul __________ 1987-89 Sonoga, Steve __________ 1946 Sontag, Richard ______ 1938-41 Spano, John ____________ 1967 Spencer, Mervin _________ 1958 Sperlazza, Bill ________ 1970-72 Sperlazza, Marvin _____ 1976-79 Spicer, Mike _________ 1983-84 Sprauge, Thomas ________ 2010 Stachowicz, Martin __ 1999-2002 Stala, Dom __________ 1987-89 Stafford, Norm _______ 1952-55 Stancin, John ___________ 1960 Stanec, Mike _________ 1995-98 Stanford, James ______ 1988-89 Stanley, Alton ___________ 1952 Stapel, Bill ______________ 1959 Starinchak, Andy _____ 1952-55 Staten, Marrell _______ 1987-88 Statzer, Kevin ________ 1976-79 Stec, Chris ____ 1981, 1983-84 Steele, John ____________ 1992 Stefancin, John _______ 1996-97 Steiner, Brent _____ 2001, 2003 Stelter, Bob __________ 1971-72 Stewart, Daniel __________ 2010 Stewart, Jake ________ 2000-02 Stewart, Jeff _________ 1987-88 Stoltica, Michael _________ 1947 Stone, Dick _____________ 1941 Stoops, Jim _____________ 1957 Stoops, Ron _________ 1953-57 Stoudt, Cliff __________ 1973-76 Strabala, Steve _______ 1985-86 Straka, Eugene __________ 1942 Straus, Bob __________ 1978-82 Street, Colby _______ 1999-2002 Streeter, Mark___________ 1975 Strollo, Ron __________ 1988-91 Stumpo, Jerry ________ 1958-59 Stuvaints, Russell _____ 2000-02 Sulenski, William ______ 1966-67 Sullivan, Chuck __________ 1986 Sullivan, Mike ________ 1972-75 Summers, Brandon ___ 2008-09 Superak, Peter _______ 1996-99 Suran, Ben __________ 2004-05 Suschak, John __________ 1977 Svec, Don ___________ 1987-90 Sveda, George _______ 1953-55 Sveda, Ted __________ 1971-74 Swain, Michael __________ 1968 Swan, Kawonza ______ 1996-98 Sydlowski, Jim _______ 1983-86 Sykes, John ____________ 1954 Sylvester, Rob___________ 1988 Sypert, Mike ____________ 1980

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Tabachino, Anthony ___ 1948-50 Tanner, Jim __________ 1960-63 Tanner, Josh _________ 2004-07 Tate, Deonta _________ 2008-10 Taupier, Bruce___________ 1969 Taumalolo, Ray __________ 2005 Taylor, Matt __________ 1993-96 Taylor, Ron _____________ 1956

Taylor, Ron __________ 1959-62 Teague, Jabari ____ 1995, Teague 1995 1999 Tekac, Jon _________ 1999-2002 Tedesco, Chuck _________ 1959 Tellington, Tony _______ 1988-89 Terlesky, Brian _______ 1992-95 Terlesky, Paul ________ 1961-62 Terracina, Nick _______ 2003-04 Terry, James _________ 2004-07 Terry, Wayne _________ 1968-69 Tesniarz, Dave _____ 1998-2001 Theodore, Nhemie ____ 2007-08 Thewes, Tim ____________ 1975 Thiessen, Scott_______ 2002-03 Thomas, Fred ________ 1974-77 Thomas, Michael ___ 1998-2001 Thomas, Mike ________ 1956-57 Thomas, Mike ___________ 1978 Thomas, Montrial ___ 1999-2000 Thompson, Dewayne __ 1994-97 Thompson, Jordan _______ 2010 Thompson, Robert __1942, 1947-48 Thompson, Robert ____ 1963-66 Thompson, Robert _1982-83, 1985 Thompson, Scott _____ 1983-86 Thornton, Frank ______ 1947-49 Thurling, Tad _________ 1973-74 Thurling, Tim ____________ 1972 Tidwell, Demond ______ 1994-97 Timmons, Jim ___________ 1971 Tirey, Earl ___________ 1970-73 Tirpak, Dick_____________ 1954 Tkac, Gary _____________ 1978 Tobin, Jim ______________ 1955 Todd, Sam___________ 1961-63 Toler, Pat ____________ 1981-84 Toles, Jesse ____________ 1977 Toles, Larry __________ 1984-86 Tomaino, Dave __________ 1979 Tomasch, George 1991, 1993-94 Tomaskovich, Mike _______ 1967 Tomassilli, John 1981-82, 1984 Towsend, David ______ 1976-78 Toy, John ____________ 1969-72 Toy, Nathan _____________ 1994 Toy, Tony _________ 1983, 1985 Tracy, Jim ______________ 1998 Traikoff, Boris ___________ 1958 Trasket, D.R. ____________ 1979 Trowers, Ian ___ 1986-87, 1989 Tubbs, Terrence ______ 1987-88 Tuck, Troy ___________ 1996-97 Tuel, Don ____________ 1956-57 Turner, Tony ____________ 1973 Tuscano, Jerry _______ 1974-75 Tydings, Brian ___________ 1986 Tyger, Larry ____________ 1996 Tyrrell, Tim __________ 1995-97

uUu Ungaro, Pat _____________ 1959

vVv Vactor, Gene ____________ 1966 Valley, Steve _________ 2000-01 Vanasky, Joe ____________ 1940 VanFossan, Mel__________ 1965 Vardaro, Martin __________ 1940 Vargo, Andy_____________ 1940 Vasquez, Pete ___________ 1967 Vecchione, Chris ______ 1988-92 Vecchione, Dave ______ 1996-99 Vechiarelli, Dom ______ 1959-62 Vechiarelli, James _____ 1954-57 Vechiarelli, Tony ______ 1961-64 Verlotte, James_______ 1951-53 Villa, Jim _______________ 1952 Violi, John ___________ 1970-73 Vogt, Chad _____________ 1993 Vorsheck, Bill ________ 1953-54 Vukovich, William _____ 1968-70

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Wagner, Dave ___________ 1940 Walden, Fred ____________ 1957 Walker, Ed ______________ 1951 Walker, Greg _________ 1970-73 Walker, Louis ___________ 1976 Walker, Patrick _______ 2003-06 Walker, William _ 1992, 1995-96 Ward, Mike _____________ 1977 Ward, Nate __________ 2007-08 Warden, Cyrus _______ 1938-41 Warstler, Eric ________ 1978-81 Watson, William ______ 1947-50 Watts, Kevin ____________ 2010 Watts, Luke _____________ 1938 Weaver, Lester _______ 1991-94 Weaver, Richard _________ 1963 Webber, Alan _________ 1949-50 Weber, Chris _________ 1977-81 Weimer, Mike ___________ 1967 Weingart, Greg __________ 1977 Weiss, Craig ____________ 1981 Wesley, Sam _________ 1987-88 Wesp, Chuck ____________ 1974 Weston, Randy _______ 1970-72 Weybrecht, Dave ________ 1974 Whitaker, Bob ___________ 1967 White, Aaron ____________ 1987 White, Brian____ 1989, 1992-93 White, Robert ___________ 1946 White, Ron ______________ 1958 Whiteleather, Jake ____ 1974-75 Wicks, Lenny_________ 2007-09 Wicks, Paris _________ 1979-82 Widner, Jim _____________ 1957 Wilkins, Jeff __________ 1990-93 Will, James _____________ 1964 Williams, Deionte ________ 2010 Williams, Denver ____ 1997-2000 Williams, Deon’te ________ 2007 Williams, Dyrell __________ 1986 Williams, Ferlando ____ 2007-08 Williams, Herb ________ 1952-54 Williams, Herb ________ 1990-92 Williams, Jack ___________ 1941 Williams, Jim ____________ 1971 Williams, Larry __________ 2002 Williams, Mike ___________ 2008 Williams, Neal ________ 1946-47 Williams, Phillip _______ 1960-63 Willis, Jamie ____________ 1991 Willmitch, Marty ______ 1970-71 Wills, Glenn __________ 1963-65 Wilson, De’Angelo _____ 2007-08 Winston, Roy _________ 1964-66 Wise, Raymond _______ 1946-47 Wisecarver, Ryan _____ 2004-05 Wishak, Brian ___________ 1990 Wolansky, Alex _______ 1940-42 Woloschak, Chuck _______ 1973 Woloschak, Michael ______ 1963 Wood, Greg _____________ 1975 Wood, Ryan __________ 1991-92 Woods, Phillip ___________ 1995 Woods, Vern ____________ 1970 Worthy, Randy__ 1985-86, 1988 Wortman, Walter _________ 1960 Worton, William _______ 1968-69 Wright, Damian ____ 2003, 2005 Wright, Jeremiah 2003-05, 2007 Wright, Rick__________ 1973-74 Wylie, Merle ____________ 1946 Wyman, Matt ____________ 2000 Wynn, William ___________ 1961

xXx Xides, Nick __________ 1982-85

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RETIRED JERSEYS 47 • 58 • 79

#47 | Jack Green Youngstown, Ohio

#58 | Jermaine Hopkins Miami, Fla.

#79 | Jim Zdelar Youngstown, Ohio Yanik, Mark _____________ 1968 Yassall, Herman ______ 1955-58 Yaugo, Ed ______________ 1958 Yoder, Ron___________ 1970-73 Yohman, Kevin __________ 1986 Yoman, Bob ____________ 1956 Young, Frank ____________ 1995 Young, Garnet ___________ 1975 Young, Mike ____________ 1977 Younkins, Joel ________ 2008-09 Yurick, Ron _____________ 1981

zZz Zabel, Rob________ 1998, 2000 Zachary, Artis ___________ 1975 Zamana, Terry___________ 1973 Zangara, Don ________ 1946-48 Zban, John __________ 1938-39 Zdelar, Jim __________ 1987-88 Zelenak, John ________ 1983-86 Zetts, Tom ___________ 2004-07 Zetwick, Mark ________ 1975-78 Zetwick, Tim _________ 1979-80 Ziemianski, Tom ______ 1959-62 Zigrino, Richard _________ 1961 Zoschg, Jim ____________ 1970 Zwick, Jared _________ 1996-99 Zwisler, Don _________ 1992-94

Yahn, August _________ 1946-49

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COACHING RECORDS Year-By-Year y-Year Coaching Records y Year 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 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 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Coach Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Dwight Beede Rey Dempsey Rey Dempsey Bill Narduzzi Bill Narduzzi Bill Narduzzi Bill Narduzzi Bill Narduzzi Bill Narduzzi Bill Narduzzi Bill Narduzzi Bill Narduzzi Bill Narduzzi Bill Narduzzi Jim Tressel Jim Tressel Jim Tressel Jim Tressel Jim Tressel Jim Tressel Jim Tressel Jim Tressel Jim Tressel Jim Tressel Jim Tressel Jim Tressel Jim Tressel Jim Tressel Jim Tressel Jon Heacock Jon Heacock Jon Heacock Jon Heacock Jon Heacock Jon Heacock Jon Heacock Jon Heacock Jon Heacock Eric Wolford Totals

W 4 4 7 7 6 7 8 4 4 3 2 4 7 7 4 4 3 4 5 6 4 6 5 6 6 5 4 3 2 0 2 4 4 8 5 4 7 10 11 2 7 6 4 7 5 2 8 4 9 11 12 11 13 14 3 8 13 6 12 9 8 7 5 4 8 11 7 4 6 3 425

L 5 5 1 0 3 1 2 3 3 5 6 3 1 2 5 4 6 4 4 2 4 3 4 1 2 3 5 6 6 9 6 4 6 2 4 6 3 2 2 8 4 5 7 4 6 9 4 7 4 1 3 3 2 0 8 3 2 5 3 3 3 4 7 7 3 3 4 8 5 8 286

T 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17

Pct Pct. .444 .444 .830 .940 .667 .875 .800 .550 .563 .375 .278 .550 .875 .778 .444 .500 .333 .500 .550 .750 .500 .650 .550 .722 .750 .611 .444 .333 .250 .000 .250 .500 .400 .800 .555 .400 .700 .833 .846 .227 .636 .546 .364 .636 .455 .182 .667 .364 .692 .917 .800 .767 .867 .967 .273 .727 .867 .545 .800 .750 .727 .636 .416 364 .727 .785 .636 .333 .545 .273 .600

Winning Percentage Y Year 1986-2000 1973-74 2001-09 1975-85 1938-72 2010

H Head dC Coach h W L T Jim Tressel 135 57 2 Rey Dempsey 12 8 0 Jon Heacock 60 44 0 Bill Narduzzi 68 51 1 Dike Beede 147 118 14 Eric Wolford 3 8 0

P Pct. .700 .600 .577 .571 .552 .273

Head Coach W L T Dike Beede 147 118 14 Jim Tressel 135 57 2 Bill Narduzzi 68 51 1 Jon Heacock 60 44 0 Rey Dempsey 12 8 0 Eric Wolford 3 8 0

Pct. .552 .700 .571 .577 .600 .273

Victories Year 1938-72 1986-2000 1975-85 2001-09 1973-74 2010

YSU Record By The Decade Year Games 1930’s 18 1940’s 61 1950’s 86 1960’s 88 1970’s 100 1980’s 113 1990’s 135 2000’s 116 2010’s 11

Record 8-10 43-13-5 43-40-3 47-36-5 55-44-1 54-58-1 103-30-2 69-47 3-8

Pct. .444 .746 .517 .563 .555 .482 .770 .595 .273

Dwight ‘Dike’ Beede

Rey Dempsey

Bill Narduzzi

1938-1972 | 147-118-14 (.552)

1973-1974 | 12-8 (.600)

1975-1985 | 68-51-1 (.571)

Jim Tressel

Jon Heacock

Eric Wolford

1986-2000 | 135-57-2 (.700)

2001-09 | 60-44 (.577)

2010-Present | 3-8 (.273)

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INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS 1. Tamron Smith vs. S Samford f d • 12/14/1991 ________________ 46 2. Jamaine Cook at Illinois State • 11/6/2010 _______________ 43 2. Monquantae Gibson at Western Kentucky • 11/11/2006 _____ 43 4. Robby Robson vs. Western Illinois • 10/27/1979 __________ 38 5. Robby Robson vs. Akron • 10/4/1980 ___________________ 37

3. Jamie DeVore • 9/10-9/17/1983 ______________________ 594 vs Eastern Kentucky (369), (369) at Tennessee Tech (225) vs. 4. Denny Klembara • 10/12-10/19/1968__________________ 592 vs. Pensacola Navy (291), at Morehead State (201) 5. Ron Jaworski • 10/7-10/21/1972 _____________________ 587 vs. Northern Michigan (316), vs. Akron (271)

Rushing Yards

Touchdown Passes

Rushing Attempts tempts

1. Dick Adipotti at S. Connecticut State • 10/22/1966_______ 304 2. Marcus Mason at Western Illinois • 10/15/2005 __________ 265 3. Robby Robson vs. Delaware • 11/10/1979 ______________ 264 4. Frank Horvath vs. Gustavus Adolphus • 11/10/1960 ______ 253 5. Marcus Mason vs. Southern Illinois • 11/4/2006 _________ 249

Rushing Yards In Consecutive Games 1. Marcus Mason • 10/7-10/14/2006 ____________________ 462 vs. Indiana State (197), at Western Illinois (265) 2. Paris Wicks • 11/14-11/21/1981______________________ 442 at Morehead State (227), vs. UNI (215) 3. Marcus Mason • 10/14-10/21/2006 ___________________ 437 at Western Illinois (265), vs. UNI (172) 4. Marcus Mason • 10/28-11/4/2006 ____________________ 425 at Illinois State (176), vs. Southern Illinois (249) 5. P.J. Mays • 8/30-9/8/2001 ___________________________ 406 vs. Lock Haven (226), vs. Clarion (180)

Rushing Touchdowns 1. Paris Wicks at Northern Iowa • 11/21/1981 _______________ 2. P.J. Mays at Indiana State • 10/6/2001 ___________________ 2. Tamron Smith vs. James Madison • 9/26/1992 ____________ 2. Tamron Smith vs. Delaware State • 9/12/1992_____________ 2. Robby Robson vs. South Dakota State • 11/24/1979 _______ 2. Robby Robson at Eastern Illinois • 11/3/1979 _____________ 2. Robby Robson at Villanova • 10/6/1979 __________________ 2. Marschell Brumfield at Northern Iowa • 9/9/1978 __________ 2. Dave DelSignore at Western Illinois • 9/20/1969 ___________ 2. Dick Adipotti at S. Connecticut State • 10/22/1966_________ 2. Frank Horvath vs. Gustavus Adolphus • 11/9/1961 _________

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Passing Attempts 1. Denny Klembara vs. Akron • 11/22/1968 ________________ 54 2. Trenton Lykes at Eastern Michigan • 9/5/1987 ____________ 51 3. Denny Klembara at Akron • 11/8/1969 __________________ 49 4. Jamie DeVore vs. Eastern Kentucky • 9/10/1983 __________ 47 5. Kurt Hess at South Dakota State • 10/23/2010 ___________ 46 Most Attempts in One Game Without an Interception 5. Kurt Hess at South Dakota State • 10/23/2010 ___________ 46

Passing Completions 1. Brandon Summers vs. Liberty • 9/27/2008 ______________ 32 2. Trenton Lykes at Eastern Michigan • 9/5/1987 ____________ 31 3. Brandon Summers at Southern Illinois • 10/24/2009 _______ 30 3. Jamie DeVore vs. Eastern Kentucky • 9/10/1983 __________ 30 5. Tom Zetts at Western Kentucky • 10/2/2004 _____________ 28

Best Percentage (Min. 10 attempts) 1. Jeff Ryan vs. Indiana State • 10/28/2000 ______1.000 (10-10) 2. Ray Isaac vs. Northeastern • 10/14/1989________92.3 (12-13) 3. Demond Tidwell vs. Clarion • 9/28/1996 _________90.9 (10-11) 4. Jeff Ryan vs. North Carolina A&T • 12/4/1999 ____88.2 (15-17)

Consecutive Completions 1. Tom Zetts at Western Kentucky • 10/2/2004 _____________ 15 2. Brandon Summers vs. Liberty • 9/27/2008 ______________ 12 3. Trenton Lykes at Murray State • 11/8/1986 ______________ 11 4. Jeff Ryan vs. Indiana State • 10/28/2000 ________________ 10 4. Demond Tidwell vs. Clarion • 9/28/1996 _________________ 10 4. Trenton Lykes at Northeastern • 9/20/1986 ______________ 10

Passing Yards 1. Denny Klembara vs. Pensacola Navy • 10/12/1968 _______ 391 2. Ron Jaworski vs. Central Michigan • 11/11/1972 _________ 389 3. Jamie DeVore vs. Eastern Kentucky • 9/10/1983 _________ 369 4. Brandon Summers at Illinois State • 11/1/2008 __________ 347 5. Brandon Summers vs. Illinois State • 11/14/2009 ________ 346

Passing Yards In Consecutive Games 1. Ron Jaworski • 11/11-11/17/1972 ____________________ 635 vs. Central Michigan (389), vs. Indiana, Pa. (246) 2. Trenton Lykes • 11/15-11/21/1987 ____________________ 616 at Morehead State (311), vs. Akron (305)

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1. Brandon Summers vs. Austin Peay • 9/12/2009 ___________ 1. Brandon Summers at Illinois State • 11/1/2008 ____________ 1. Tom Zetts at Liberty • 9/17/2005 _______________________ 1. Jeff Ryan vs. Hofstra • 11/4/2000 _______________________ 1. Mark Brungard vs. Slippery Rock • 9/24/1994 _____________ 1. Keith Snoddy vs. Alabama A&M • 12/1/1979 ______________ 1. Keith Snoddy at Illinois State • 9/8/1979 __________________ 1. Keith Snoddy at Central State • 10/14/1978 ______________ 1. Ron Jaworski vs. Northern Michigan • 10/7/1972 __________ 1. Denny Klembara vs. Pensacola Navy • 10/12/1968 _________

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Interceptions Thrown 1. Trenton Lykes at Western Illinois • 9/22/1984 _____________ 1. Denny Klembara vs. Western Illinois • 9/20/1969___________ 1. Denny Klembara vs. Akron • 11/22/1968 _________________ 4. Kurt Hess vs. Indiana State • 11/13/2010 ________________ 4. Tom Zetts vs. UNI • 10/21/2006 ________________________ 4. Ray Isaac vs. Akron • 10/12/1991 _______________________ 4. Chris Gamble at Kent State • 9/3/1988 ___________________ 4. Keith Snoddy vs. South Dakota State • 11/24/1979 ________ 4. Cliff Stoudt at Akron • 10/251975 _______________________

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QB Keith Snoddy had three fourtouchdown performances.

Receptions 1. Dominique Barnes at Penn State • 9/4/2010 _____________ 11 1. Donald Jones at Southern Illinois • 10/24/2009 ___________ 11 1. Donald Jones vs. Missouri State • 10/3/2009_____________ 11 1. T.J. Peterson vs. James Madison • 11/25/2006 ___________ 11 1. Dave DelSignore at Southern Illinois • 11/2/1968__________ 11

Receiving Yards 1. Elliott Giles at Montana • 11/27/1999 __________________ 214 2. Dave DelSignore vs. Pensacola Navy • 10/12/1968 ______ 212 3. Dave DelSignore at Western Illinois • 9/20/1969 _________ 210 4. John Goode at Akron • 11/5/1983 _____________________ 209 5. Renauld Ray vs. Buffalo • 10/11/1997 _________________ 199

Touchdown Receptions 1. Jim Ferranti at Central State • 10/14/1978 ________________ 2. Jim Ferranti vs. Alabama A&M • 12/1/1979 _______________ 2. Jim Ferranti at Illinois State • 9/8/1979 ___________________ 2. Dave DelSignore at Western Illinois • 9/20/1969 ___________ 2. Paul Ceremuga vs. Akron • 11/19/1959 __________________

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Total Offensive Yards 1. Denny Klembara vs. Pensacola Navy • 10/12/1968 _______ 403 2. Ron Jaworski vs. Central Michigan • 11/11/1972 _________ 387 3. Brandon Summers vs. Liberty • 9/27/2008 _____________ 383 4. Jeff Ryan at Montana • 11/27/1999____________________ 369 5. Jamie DeVore vs. Eastern Kentucky • 9/10/1983 _________ 351

WR T.J. Peterson caught 11 passes in a playoff game.

Total Offensive Plays 1. Denny Klembara at Akron • 11/8/1969 __________________ 66 2. Denny Klembara vs. Pensacola Navy • 10/12/1968 ________ 62 3. Trenton Lykes at Eastern Michigan • 9/5/1987 ____________ 61 4. Mark Brungard vs. Stephen F. Austin • 9/9/1995 __________ 56 5. Brandon Summers at Southern Illinois • 10/24/2009 _______ 51

All-Purpose Yards 1. Dave DelSignore at Western Illinois • 9/20/1969 _________ 323 2. Jamaine Cook at Illinois State • 11/6/2010 ______________ 311 3. Dick Adipotti at S. Connecticut State • 10/22/1966_______ 304 4. Marcus Mason vs. Southern Illinois • 11/4/2006 _________ 280 5. Jamaine Cook vs. C. Connecticut State • 9/18/2010 ______ 265

Field Goals Made 1. Jeff Wilkins at Stephen F. Austin • 9/11/1993 ______________ 1. Jeff Wilkins at Texas State • 9/19/1992 __________________ 2. Jeff Wilkins at Northern Iowa • 12/12/1992 _______________ 2. Darren Morgan vs. Towson State • 10/15/1988 ____________ 2. Paul McFadden vs. Northern Iowa • 11/20/1982 ___________ 2. Paul McFadden vs. Akron • 9/4/1982 ____________________ 2. Chuck Haynali vs. Eastern Illinois • 10/7/1978 _____________

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QB Tom Zetts completed 15 straight passes at WKU.

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INDIVIDUAL GAME RECORDS Touchdowns Scored 1 Paris 1. P i Wicks Wi k att N Northern th IIowa • 11/21/1981 _______________ 2. P.J. Mays at Indiana State • 10/6/2001 ___________________ 2. Tamron Smith vs. James Madison • 9/26/1992 ____________ 2. Tamron Smith vs. Delaware State • 9/12/1992_____________ 2. Robby Robson vs. South Dakota State • 11/24/1979 _______ 2. Robby Robson at Eastern Illinois • 11/3/1979 _____________ 2. Robby Robson at Villanova • 10/6/1979 __________________ 2. Jim Ferranti at Central State • 10/14/1978 ________________ 2. Marschell Brumfield at Northern Iowa • 9/9/1978 __________ 2. Dave DelSignore at Western Illinois • 9/20/1969 ___________ 2. Dick Adipotti at Southern Connecticut • 10/22/1966 ________ 2. Frank Horvath vs. Gustavus Adolphus • 11/9/1961 _________ 2. Al Perl vs. Western Kentucky • 10/9/1942 ________________

Extra Point Attempts 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Points Scored

WR Elliott Giles had 214 yards receiving at Montana.

1. Paris Wicks at Northern Iowa • 11/21/1981 ______________ 32 2. P.J. Mays at Indiana State • 10/6/2001 __________________ 24 2. Tamron Smith vs. James Madison • 9/26/1992 ___________ 24 2. Tamron Smith vs. Delaware State • 9/12/1992____________ 24 2. Robby Robson vs. South Dakota State • 11/24/1979 ______ 24 2. Robby Robson at Eastern Illinois • 11/3/1979 ____________ 24 2. Robby Robson at Villanova • 10/6/1979 _________________ 24 2. Jim Ferranti at Central State • 10/14/1978 _______________ 24 2. Marschell Brumfield at Northern Iowa • 9/9/1978 _________ 24 2. Dave DelSignore at Western Illinois • 9/20/1969 __________ 24 2. Dick Adipotti at S. Connecticut State • 10/22/1966________ 24 2. Frank Horvath vs. Gustavus Adolphus • 11/9/1961 ________ 24 2. Al Perl vs. Western Kentucky • 10/9/1942 _______________ 24

Interceptions 1. Randy Smith vs. Samford • 12/14/1991 __________________ 1. Dave Roberts vs. Akron • 9/29/1990_____________________ 1. Dave Peters vs. Akron • 9/4/1982 _______________________ 1. Joe Bell vs. Akron • 9/25/1976 _________________________ 1. Don Cramb vs. Southeastern Louisiana • 11/1/1969 ________ 1. Ray Rohan vs. Southern Illinois • 10/2/1965 _______________

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Tackles 1. Paul Soltis at Northeastern • 10/8/1988 _________________ 31 2. Ian Dominelli vs. Cal Poly • 10/16/1999 _________________ 29 4. Tim Johnson vs. Hofstra • 11/4/2000 ___________________ 25 3. Tim Johnson at Indiana State • 10/2/1999 _______________ 25 5. Paul Soltis vs. Austin Peay • 10/17/1987 ________________ 24

Sacks PK Jeff Wilkins made five field goals in a game twice.

1. Pat Danko vs. Morgan State • 9/21/1991 _________________ 1. Chris Stec at Morehead State • 11/17/1984 ______________ 3. Russell Stuvaints vs. Illinois State • 10/20/2001 ___________ 3. Harry Deligianis at UNI • 10/18/1997 ____________________ 3. Harry Deligianis at Southern Illinois • 11/8/1997 ___________ 3. Harry Deligianis at Villanova • 12/6/1997 _________________ 3. Troy Tuck vs. McNeese State • 12/20/1997 _______________

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Field Goal Attempts 1. Jeff Wilkins at Stephen F. Austin • 9/11/1993 ______________ 1. Jeff Wilkins at Texas State • 9/19/1992 __________________ 1. John Dowling at Tennessee Tech • 10/12/85 ______________ 1. Paul McFadden at Northern Iowa • 10/22/1983 ____________ 1. Paul McFadden vs. Northern Iowa • 11/20/1982 ___________ 1. Paul McFadden at Western Illinois • 11/6/1982 ____________ 1. Chuck Haynali vs. Eastern Illinois • 10/7/1978 _____________

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WR Jim Ferranti caught four TD passes in a game in 1978.

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Points by Kicker 1. Jeff Wilkins at Stephen F. Austin • 9/11/1993 _____________ 15 1. Jeff Wilkins at Texas State • 9/19/1992 _________________ 15 1. Darren Morgan vs. Towson State • 10/15/1988 ___________ 15 4. Chuck Haynali vs. Eastern Illinois • 10/7/1978 ____________ 14 5. Jeff Wilkins at Northern Iowa • 12/12/1992 ______________ 13 5. Paul McFadden vs. Northern Iowa • 11/20/1982 __________ 13 5. Paul McFadden vs. Akron • 9/4/1982 ___________________ 13 5. Brian Palmer vs. Indiana State • 10/7/2006 ______________ 13

Punt Returns 1. Rick Shepas vs. Northern Iowa • 10/20/1984 _____________ 1. Russ Musiel vs. Morehead State • 10/18/1975 ____________ 3. Russ Musiel vs. Eastern Michigan • 11/1/1975 ____________ 3. Rick Shepas vs. Middle Tennessee State • 10/27/1984 _____ 3. Robert Thompson vs. Northern Iowa • 11/20/1982 _________ 3. David Eastham vs. Clarion • 9/28/1996 __________________

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Punt Return Yards 1. Robert Thompson vs. Northern Iowa • 11/20/1982 _______ 127 2. Dave DelSignore at Western Illinois • 9/20/1969 _________ 113 3. Dave Roberts at Northern Iowa • 12/12/1992 ___________ 112 4. De’Angelo Wilson vs. Illinois State • 10/20/2007 _________ 110 5. Jerald Burley vs. Illinois State • 10/20/2001 _____________ 103

Punt Return Average (Minimum 3 Returns) 1. Jerald Burley vs. Illinois State • 10/20/2001 ____________ 2. Dave Roberts vs. Clarion • 9/5/1992 __________________ 3. Marschell Brumfield at Wayne State • 9/16/1978 ________ 4. De’Angelo Wilson vs. Illinois State • 10/20/2007 ________ 5. John Goode vs. Eastern Illinois • 10/24/1981___________

34.3 31.6 28.5 22.0 21.7

Kickoff Returns 1. Andre Coleman vs. Georgia Southern • 12/18/1999 ________ 2. Robert Thompson at Akron • 11/5/1983 __________________ 3. Robert Thompson vs. Eastern Kentucky • 9/28/1985 _______ 3. Robert Thompson at Cincinnati • 9/15/1984 ______________ 3. Robby Robson at Massachusetts • 10/1/1977 _____________ 3. Dan Contrucci at Akron • 10/20/1973 ____________________

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Kickoff Return Yards 1. Andre Coleman vs. Georgia Southern • 12/18/1999 ______ 213 2. Robert Thompson at Akron • 11/5/1983 ________________ 158 3. Robert Thompson vs. Western Kentucky • 10/8/1983 _____ 136 4. Archie Herring vs. Akron • 10/1/1988 __________________ 127 5. Archie Herring vs. Edinboro • 9/8/1990 ________________ 112

Punts 1. Joe Kent vs. Maine • 11/5/1966________________________ 13 2. Nick Xides at Murray State • 11/10/1984 ________________ 12 2. Nick Xides vs. Northern Iowa • 10/20/1984 ______________ 12 2. Chris Weber vs. Northern Michigan • 9/27/1980 __________ 12 2. Dave Barone vs. Southeastern Louisiana • 11/1/1969______ 12

Punting Yards

Extra Points Made 1. Paul Massaro vs. Alcorn State • 11/25/1994 ______________ 1. Stephen Blose vs. Central Connecticut State • 9/18/2010 ___ 3. Jon Dorma vs. Wingate • 10/21/1995 ____________________ 3. Jeff Wilkins vs. Central Florida • 11/27/1993 ______________ 5. Jeff Wilkins vs. Morgan State • 9/18/1993 ________________ 5. Carey Orosz vs. Alabama A&M • 12/1/1979 _______________ 5. Carey Orosz at Eastern Illinois • 11/3/1979 _______________ 5. Chuck Haynali vs. Eastern Illinois • 11/5/1977 _____________ 5. Dick Hartzell vs. Gustavus Adolphus • 11/10/1960 _________ 5. Brian Palmer vs. Indiana State • 10/7/2006 _______________ 5. Brian Palmer vs. Slippery Rock • 8/31/2006_______________

1 P 1. Paull M Massaro vs. Al Alcorn St State t • 11/25/1994 ______________ 2. Stephen Blose vs. Central Connecticut State • 9/18/2010 ___ 3. Jon Dorma vs. Wingate • 10/21/1995 ____________________ 3. Jeff Wilkins vs. Central Florida • 11/27/1993 ______________ 3. Max Judeth vs. Wayne State • 10/26/1974 ________________

9 9 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

1. Nick Xides at Murray State • 11/10/1984 ___________ 570 (13) 2. Nick Xides vs. Northern Iowa • 10/20/1984 _________ 497 (12) 3. Joe Kent vs. Maine • 11/5/1966___________________ 456 (13) 4. Chris Weber vs. Northern Michigan • 9/27/1980 _____ 435 (12) 5. Joe Bishop vs. Southern Illinois • 10/9/2004 _________ 401 (9)

Punting Average (Minimum 3 Attempts) 1. Chris Weber at Akron • 10/20/1979 ____________56.0 (3-168) 2. Don Calloway at Central State • 11/9/1974 ______53.0 (5-265) 3. J.J. Stefancin at Boston • 10/20/1997 __________52.2 (6-313) 4. Nick Xides vs. Eastern Illinois • 10/2/1982 _______50.0 (5-250) 5. Don Calloway vs. Northern Michigan • 10/7/1972 _49.0 (4-196)

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LONGEST PLAYS

TB Marcus Mason galloped 95 yards for a touchdown at Western Illinois on Oct. 14, 2006.

Longest Rushes

Longest Kickoff Returns

1. Marcus Mason at Western Illinois • 10/14/2006 ___________________ 95* 2. Marschell Brumfield at Northern Iowa • 9/9/1978 _________________ 88* 3. Dick Adipotti at Southern Connecticut State • 10/22/1966 __________ 87* 4. Dave Kimmel vs. Abilene Christian • 10/23/1954 __________________ 84* 5. P.J. Mays vs. Clarion • 9/8/2001 _______________________________ 83*

1. Archie Herring vs. Edinboro • 9/8/1990 _________________________ 91* 1. Robert Thompson vs. Western Kentucky • 10/8/1983 ______________ 91* 3. Harold Green vs. Gustavus Adolphus • 11/10/1960 ________________ 90* 3. Larry Bruno at Geneva • 10/22/1942 ___________________________ 90* 5. Andre Coleman vs. Lock Haven • 8/30/2001 _____________________ 89* 5. Tom Campana vs. Canisius • 9/25/1948 _________________________ 89* *indicates touchdown scored

Longest Pass Plays 1. Jeff Ryan to Renauld Ray vs. New Haven • 10/24/1998 ____________ 90* 2. Jamie DeVore to John Goode at Delaware • 10/17/1981 ___________ 85* 3. Cliff Stoudt to Dave Ferguson at South Dakota • 9/21/1974 _________ 83* 3. Joe Piunno to Dick Adipotti vs. Central Michigan • 9/17/1965 _______ 83* 5. Jeff Ryan to Elliott Giles at Montana • 11/27/1999 ________________ 82* 5. Danny Klembara to Dave DelSignore vs. SE Louisiana • 11/1/1969 ___ 82*

Longest Interception Returns 1. Don Cramb vs. Southeast Louisiana • 11/1/1969 _________________ 97* 2. Pat Durina vs. Saginaw Valley State • 9/30/1978 __________________ 95* 3. Leon Jones vs. Alcorn State • 11/25/1994 _______________________ 94* 4. Will Shaw vs. UNI • 10/30/2010 _________________________________ 87 5. John Rouse vs. Marshall • 11/3/1956 ___________________________ 85* 6. Maurice Reynolds vs. Eastern Illinois • 11/5/1977 _________________ 84*

50-Yard Plus Field Goals 1. Nick Terracina at Liberty • 9/27/2003 ____________________________ 56 2. Jeff Wilkins at Northern Iowa • 12/12/1992 _______________________ 54 2. Paul McFadden at Murray State • 9/13/1980 ______________________ 54 4. Paul McFadden at Cincinnati • 9/25/1982 _________________________ 53 4. Paul McFadden at Akron • 10/3/1981 ____________________________ 53 6. Robert Fozkos vs. Morgan State • 9/30/1989 _____________________ 52 6. Paul McFadden vs. Morehead State • 11/19/1983__________________ 52 6. Paul McFadden vs. Murray State • 9/13/1980 _____________________ 52 6. Casey Orosz vs. Western Illinois • 10/27/1979 ____________________ 52 10. Jeff Wilkins at Northeastern • 10/17/1992 _______________________ 51 10. Jeff Wilkins vs. James Madison • 11/9/1991 _____________________ 51

Longest Fumble Returns 1. Randy Smith vs. Alcorn State • 11/25/1994 ______________________ 95* 2. Mike Stanec at Eastern Washington • 12/13/1997_________________ 73* 3. Eugene Lewis vs. Hampton • 11/29/1997 ________________________ 55 4. Reginald Brown at Georgia Southern • 11/2/1991 _________________ 48* 5. Leon Jones vs. Idaho • 12/11/1993 ____________________________ 42*

Longest Punts 1. Troy LeFever vs. Northern Iowa • 10/14/2000 _____________________ 85 2. Don Calloway at Northern Michigan • 10/6/1973 ___________________ 75 3. Nick Xides vs. Northeastern • 10/5/1985 _________________________ 73 4. Chuck Haynali at Wayne State • 10/30/1976 ______________________ 72 5. Joe Bishop vs. Southern Illinois • 10/9/2004 ______________________ 70 5. Don Calloway at Central State • 11/9/1974 _______________________ 70

Longest Punt Returns 1. Ray Rohan (lateral from Al Grossi) vs. Central Michigan • 9/17/1965 __ 92* 2. Dominique Barnes vs. Butler • 9/11/2010________________________ 86* 3. Robert Thompson vs. Northern Iowa • 11/20/1982 ________________ 81* 4. Jerald Burley vs. Illinois State • 10/20/2001 ______________________ 77* 5. De’Angelo Wilson vs. Illinois State • 10/20/2007 ___________________ 76

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PK Nick Terracina kicked a 56-yard field goal at Liberty on Sept. 27, 2003.

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THRILLERS AND COMEBACKS Cliffhangers angers Since 1972, the Penguins have fought back with a score to tie or win a game on their final possession on 35 occasions. Nov. 21, 2009 • YSU 39, North Dakota State 35 Nov. 25, 2006 • YSU 35, James Madison 31 Nov. 4, 2006 • YSU 31, Southern Illinois 24 *Oct. 15, 2005 • YSU 23, Western Illinois 21 *Oct. 1, 2005 • YSU 20, Illinois State 17 Oct. 18, 2003 • YSU 30, Indiana State 24 (OT) • Last Play TD Nov. 4, 2000 • YSU 42, Hofstra 35 (2 OT) *Oct. 14, 2000 • YSU 28, Northern Iowa 25 Dec. 11, 1999 • YSU 27, Florida A&M 24 Oct. 9, 1999 • YSU 43, Southern Illinois 37 (OT) • Last Play TD *Sept. 25, 1999 • YSU 28, Western Illinois 24 Oct. 24, 1998 • YSU 18, New Haven 15 (OT) *Nov. 21, 1998 • YSU 24, Missouri State 17 *Sept. 27, 1997 • YSU 27, Hofstra 22 Dec. 3, 1994 • YSU 18, Eastern Kentucky 15 Sept. 1, 1994 • YSU 10, Stephen F. Austin 10 • Last Play FG Sept. 19, 1992 • YSU 23, Texas State 20 Nov. 30, 1991 • YSU 17, Villanova 16 *Sept. 8, 1990 • YSU 31, Edinboro 27 Oct. 7, 1989 • YSU 20, Indiana State 19 Sept. 23, 1989 • YSU 20, Akron 17 Nov. 7, 1987 • YSU 20, Murray State 13 Oct. 31, 1987 • YSU 17, Middle Tennessee State 16 *Oct. 10, 1987 • YSU 18, Tennessee Tech 15 Sept. 12, 1987 • YSU 20, Bowling Green 17 • Last Play FG Nov. 21, 1986 • YSU 40, Akron 39 Nov. 22, 1985 • YSU 20, Morehead State 17 Oct. 12, 1985 • YSU 23, Tennessee Tech 16 *Nov. 17, 1984 • YSU 35, Morehead State 31 Oct. 13, 1984 • YSU 16, Austin Peay 13 (OT) *Oct. 31, 1981 • YSU 13, Middle Tennessee State 10 *Oct. 13, 1979 • YSU 24, Northern Michigan 23 *Oct. 9, 1976 • YSU 22, Saginaw Valley 21 Nov. 1, 1975 • YSU 15, Eastern Michigan 14 *Nov. 10, 1973 • YSU 12, Murray State 8 Oct. 21, 1972 • YSU 22, Akron 21 Oct. 7, 1972 • YSU 37, Northern Michigan 36 *indicates a game where YSU scored on a previous possession and, with the outcome no longer in doubt, ran the clock out.

ONE-PPOINT GAMES (23-9) (23 9)

Oct. 25, 2008 • UNI 21, YSU 20 Oct. 27, 2007 • UNI 14, YSU 13 Oct. 13, 2007 • YSU 23, Southern Utah 22 Nov. 11, 2000 • Southern Illinois 21, YSU 20 Dec. 20, 1997 • YSU 10, McNeese State 9 Nov. 30, 1991 • YSU 17, Villanova 16 Oct. 7, 1989 • YSU 20, Indiana State 19 Oct. 31, 1987 • YSU 17, Middle Tennessee State 16 Nov. 21, 1986 • YSU 40, Akron 39 Sept. 13, 1986 • Eastern Michigan 18, YSU 17 Nov. 3, 1984 • YSU 3, Akron 2 Oct. 1, 1983 • Eastern Illinois 21, YSU 20 Oct. 30, 1982 • YSU 11, Middle Tennessee State 10 Sept. 4, 1982 • Akron 20, YSU 19 Oct. 13, 1979 • YSU 24, Northern Michigan 23 Oct. 9, 1976 • YSU 22, Saginaw Valley State 21 Nov. 1, 1975 • YSU 15, Eastern Michigan 14 Sept. 27, 1975 • Western Illinois 20, YSU 19 Oct. 21, 1972 • YSU 22, Akron 21 Oct. 7, 1972 • YSU 37, Northern Michigan 36 Oct. 25, 1969 • YSU 17, South Dakota State 16 Sept. 17, 1966 • YSU 7, Central Michigan 6 Oct. 10, 1964 • YSU 28, Southern Connecticut State 27 Oct. 29, 1960 • YSU 8, Southern Connecticut State 7 Oct. 6, 1960 • YSU 7, Baldwin-Wallace 6 Sept. 19, 1959 • YSU 13, Tennessee A&I State 12 Nov. 6, 1953 • YSU 26, Gustavus Adolphus 25 Oct. 17, 1953 • YSU 20, Eastern Kentucky 19 Oct. 23, 1952 • YSU 13, Baldwin-Wallace 12 Sept. 27, 1952 • YSU 13, Gustavus Adolphus 12 Nov. 11, 1939 • Tennessee Tech 7, YSU 6 Oct. 13, 1939 • Dayton 13, YSU 12

Best Comebacks Largest Deficits Overcome to Win or Tie 21 points • Sept. 25, 1999 Youngstown State 28, Western Illinois 24 At Stambaugh Stadium, YSU rallied from a 21-0 second-quarter deficit before tying the game up in the third. The Penguins took a 28-24 lead on a seven-yard run by quarterback Jeff Ryan but had to hold the Leathernecks on four tries inside the five-yard line in the final minute, including twice from the one, to preserve the come-from-behind win.

21 points • Dec. 6, 1997 Youngstown State 37, Villanova 34 The Guins trailed 21-0 in the second quarter before closing within a touchdown at halftime on an Adrian Brown run and a block-punt return for a touchdown by Willis Marshall. Villanova led 28-14 before the Penguins scored 23 consecutive points to pull ahead 37-28 on a Jake Andreadis run in the fourth. Villanova added a late score to get close.

21 points • Nov. 11, 1972 Youngstown State 28, Central Michigan 28

QB Jeff Ryan engineered the comeback win over WIU in 1999.

The Penguins trailed 28-7 at halftime, but Ron Jaworski threw three second-half touchdown passes -- a 65-yarder to Willie Packman and a 67- and 18-yarder to Bob Ferranti. The 67-yard touchdown to Ferranti came on the third play of the fourth quarter. CMU missed two field goals and was stopped four times on the YSU one-yard line while a fake field-goal pass attempt by Fred Bruderly highlighted a wild fourth.

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INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS Average Per Rushing Attempt

Rushing Attempts tempts 1. Robby Robson (1979) ______ 2. Shawn Patton (1994)_______ 2. Tamron Smith (1992)_______ 4. Adrian Brown (1999) _______ 5. Marcus Mason (2006) ______

339 322 322 320 302

1 Di 1. Dickk Adi Adipotti tti (1966) ________ 9 9.3 3 2. Frank Horvath (1961) _______ 7.3 3. Frank Horvath (1960) _______ 6.7 4. Archie Herring (1989) _______ 6.6 5. P.J. Mays (2001) ___________ 6.4

Rushing Yards

Rushing Yards Per Game

1. Marcus Mason (2006) _____1,847 2. Shawn Patton (1994)______1,626 3. Adrian Brown (1999) ______1,589 4. Tamron Smith (1991)______1,545 5. Robby Robson (1979) _____1,489

1. Marcus Mason (2006) _____153.9 2. P.J. Mays (2001) _________131.5 3. Paris Wicks (1982) _______126.5 4. Frank Horvath (1960) _____126.5 5. Paris Wicks (1981) _______123.9

Rushing Touchdowns

Passing Attempts

1. Robby Robson (1979) _______ 2. Marcus Mason (2006) _______ 3. P.J. Mays (2001) ___________ 3. Tamron Smith (1992)________ 5. Adrian Brown (1997) ________ 5. Tamron Smith (1993)________

26 23 21 21 20 20

1. Trenton Lykes (1987) ______ 2. Brandon Summers (2009) __ 3. Trenton Lykes (1986) ______ 4. Mark Brungard (1994) ______ 5. Mark Brungard (1995) ______

365 341 315 314 311 DT Harry Deligianis set a season record for sacks recording 17 in 1997.

Passing Completions 100-Yard Rushing Games 1. Marcus Mason (2006) _______ 10 2. Shawn Patton (1994)__________9 2. Tamron Smith (1991)__________9 4. Adrian Brown (1999) __________7 4. John Kinch (1974) ____________7 4. Dave Kimmel (1956) __________7

Consecutive 100-Yard Games 1. Marcus Mason (2006) _________6 2. Paris Wicks (1982) ___________5 2. Dave Kimmel (1956) __________5 4. Marcus Mason (2005) _________4 4. Tamron Smith (1991)__________4 4. Robby Robson (1979) _________4 4. John Kinch (1974) ____________4

1. Brandon Summers (2009) __ 2. Trenton Lykes (1987) ______ 3. Trenton Lykes (1986) ______ 4. Mark Brungard (1994) ______ 5. Kurt Hess (2010) __________

219 216 190 189 179

Passing Percentage 1. Brandon Summers (2009) __ 64.2 _______________________ 219-341 2. Brandon Summers (2008) __ 62.6 _______________________ 122-195 3. Tom Zetts (2007) __________ 62.5 _______________________ 173-227 4. Demond Tidwell (1997) _____ 60.7 _______________________ 147-242 5. Tom Zetts (2004) __________ 60.4 _______________________ 154-225

Passing Yards 1. Jeff Ryan (1999) _________2,573 2. Mark Brungard (1994) _____2,453 3. Trenton Lykes (1987) _____2,452 4. Brandon Summers (2009) _2,329 5. Nick Cochran (1992) ______2,196

Passing Yards Per Game 1. Ron Jaworski (1972) ______235.8 2. Brandon Summers (2009) _211.7 3. Denny Klembara (1968) ___206.1 4. Denny Klembara (1969) ___204.9 5. Trenton Lykes (1987) _____204.3

200-Yard Passing Games 1. Tom Zetts (2005) _____________6 1. Ron Jaworski (1972) __________6 3. Kurt Hess (2010) _____________5 3. Brandon Summers (2009) _____5 3. Jeff Ryan (1999) _____________5 3. Trenton Lykes (1987) _________5 3. Ron Jaworski (1970) __________5

300-Yard Passing Games

QB Demond Tidwell completed 60.7 percent of his passes in 1997.

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1. Denny Klembara (1968) _______3 2. Brandon Summers (2008) _____2 2. Trenton Lykes (1987) _________2 2. Trenton Lykes (1985) _________2 2. Ron Jaworski (1972) __________2 6. Seven Players _______________1

5. Elliott Giles (1999) ____________8

Highest Passing Rating 1. Brandon Summers (2008) _152.2 2. Jeff Ryan (1999) _________151.7 3. Jamie DeVore (1983)______147.2 4. Ray Isaac (1990) _________142.9 5. Mark Brungard (1994) _____142.2

Rushing Yards By QB 1. Jeff Ryan (1999) __________ 2. Jeff Ryan (2001) __________ 3. Ray Isaac (1991) __________ 4. Keith Snoddy (1978) _______ 5. Ray Isaac (1989) __________

638 521 471 463 462

Touchdown Passes 1. Mark Brungard (1994) _______ 2. Jeff Ryan (1999) ___________ 2. Keith Snoddy (1979) ________ 4. Brandon Summers (2008) ___ 4. Ron Jaworski (1972) ________

21 19 19 18 18

21 18 16 15 14 14

Receptions 1. Donald Jones (2009) ________ 2. Jim Ferranti (1979) _________ 3. Herb Williams (1992) ________ 4. Dominique Barnes (2010) ____ 5. Elliott Giles (1999) __________

1. Elliott Giles (1999) ____________6 1. Herb Williams (1992) __________6 3. Dominique Barnes (2010) ______5 3. Jim Ferranti (1979) ___________5 3. Bob Ferranti (1970) ___________5

Consecutive 100-Yard Games 1. Bob Ferranti (1970) ___________3 2. Dominique Barnes (2010) ______2 2. Elliott Giles (1999) ____________2 2. Elliott Giles (1999) ____________2 2. William Walker (1995) _________2 2. Herb Williams (1992) __________2 2. Ray Ellington (1990) __________2 2. Jim Ferranti (1979) ___________2 2. Jim Ferranti (1978) ___________2 2. Dave DelSignore (1969) _______2

Receiving Yards Per Game

Interceptions Thrown 1. Denny Klembara (1968) _____ 2. Bob Courtney (1985)________ 3. Denny Klembara (1969) _____ 4. Keith Snoddy (1978) ________ 5. Brandon Summers (2009) ___ 5. Cliff Stoudt (1975) __________

100-Yard Receiving Games

77 75 72 67 62

Receiving Yards 1. Herb Williams (1992) ______1,306 2. Elliott Giles (1999) ________1,301 3. Jim Ferranti (1979) _______1,276 4. John Goode (1983) ________ 974 5. Rick Shepas (1985) ________ 959

Touchdown Receptions 1. Jim Ferranti (1979) _________ 13 2. John Goode (1983) _________ 11 3. Jim Ferranti (1978) _________ 10 4. Don Zwisler (1994) ___________9

1. Dave DelSignore (1969) ___105.4 2. Jim Ferranti (1979) ________ 98.2 3. John Goode (1983) ________ 97.4 4. Bob Ferranti (1970) ________ 89.8 5. Rick Shepas (1985) ________ 87.2

Receiving Yards Per Catch 1. Dave DelSignore (1969) ____ 23.4 2. Jeff Patterson (1982) ______ 21.8 3. Renauld Ray (1998) ________ 21.6 4. John Goode (1983) ________ 21.2 5. Elliott Giles (1999) _________ 21.0

Total Offensive Plays 1. Jeff Ryan (1999) __________ 2. Trenton Lykes (1987) ______ 3. Mark Brungard (1994) ______ 4. Mark Brungard (1995) ______ 5. Trenton Lykes (1986) ______

482 479 436 428 418

Total Offensive Yards 1. Jeff Ryan (1999) _________3,211 2. Mark Brungard (1994) _____2,657 3. Nick Cochran (1992) ______2,507 4. Trenton Lykes (1987) _____2,477 5. Tom Zetts (2006) _________2,420

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INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS All-Purpose se Yards 1. Shawn Patton atton (1994)_____ 2. Marcus Mason (2006) ____ 3. Jamaine Cook (2010) ____ 4. Darnell Clark (1993) _____ 5. Paris Wicks (1982) ______

2 2,061 061 1,926 1,888 1,822 1,713

Points by Kicker 1. Jeff Wilkins (1992) _________ 104 2. Jeff Wilkins (1993) __________ 99 3. Mark Griffith (1999) _________ 96 4. Robert Fozkos (1989) _______ 94 5. Mark Griffith (1997) _________ 90

Field Goals Made 1. Mark Griffith (1999) _________ 2. Jeff Wilkins (1992) __________ 2. Jeff Wilkins (1990) __________ 2. Robert Fozkos (1989) _______ 2. Paul McFadden (1982) ______

18 17 17 17 17

Field Goal Attempts 1. Jeff Wilkins (1991) __________ 1. Paul McFadden (1982) ______ 3. Jeff Wilkins (1993) __________ 3. Jeff Wilkins (1990) __________ 5. Mark Griffith (1999) _________

27 27 25 25 24

Field Goal Percentage 1. Brian Palmer (2007) _ 93.3 | 14-15 2. Stephen Blose (2010) 85.7 | 12-14 3. Jeff Wilkins (1992) ___ 81.0 | 17-21 4. Brian Palmer (2006) _ 80.0 | 12-15 5. Robert Fozkos (1989) 77.3 | 12-22

Perfect PAT Seasons Nick Terracina (2004) _______31-31 Paul McFadden (1983) _______28-28 Stephen Blose (2009) _______27-27 John Dowling (1984) ________26-26 John Dowling (1986) ________23-23 Paul McFadden (1980) _______16-16 Chuck Haynali (1976) ________15-15 Felix Rutecki (1950) _________11-11

Punt Return Yards 1. Dave Roberts (1992) _______ 317 2. Jerald Burley (2001) _______ 289 3. De’Angelo Wilson (2007) ____ 284 4. Jake Andreadis (1997) _____ 264 5. Dave Delsignore (1969) ____ 257

Kickoff Returns 1. Andre Coleman (1999) ______ 2. Tom Paolucci (1995) ________ 3. Darnell Clark (1993) ________ 3. Robert Thompson (1983) ____ 5. Archie Herring (1988) _______ 5. Robert Thompson (1985) ____

36 27 26 26 23 23

Kickoff Return Yards 1. Andre Coleman (1999) _____ 839 2. Robert Thompson (1983) ___ 672 3. Tom Paolucci (1995) _______ 647 4. Archie Herring (1990) ______ 611 5. Darnell Clark (1993) _______ 608

Kickoff Return Average 1. Randy Smith (1994)_______ 2. Archie Herring (1990) _____ 3. Josh Cayson (2003) ______ 4. Archie Herring (1988) _____ 4. Robert Thompson (1983) __

33.1 30.5 26.8 25.9 25.9

Punts 1. Chris Weber (1980) _________ 2. Nick Xides (1984) __________ 3. Tim Dreslinski (1994) _______ 4. Joe Kent (1968) ____________ 5. Chris Weber (1981) _________

82 77 70 68 66

Average Per Punt 1. Nick Xides (1985) ________ 41.8

54 53 53 50 47

Total Punting Yards 1. Nick Xides (1984) _______ 2. Chris Weber (1980) ______ 3. Tim Dreslinski (1994) ____ 4. Chris Weber (1981) ______ 5. Anthony Rozzo (1999) ____

Points 1. Robby Robson (1979) ______ 156 2. Marcus Mason (2006) ______ 138 3. P.J. Mays (2001) __________ 132 4. Tamron Smith (1992)_______ 126 5. Tamron Smith (1993)_______ 120

TD’s Responsible For 1. Mark Brungard (1994) _______ 2. Jeff Ryan (1999) ___________ 2. Robby Robson (1979) _______ 4. Marcus Mason (2006) _______ 4. Keith Snoddy (1979) ________

Solo Tackles 1. Paul Soltis (1987) _________ 112 2. Paul Soltis (1988) _________ 108 3. Leon Jones (1993) ________ 103 4. Ian Dominelli (1999) ________ 98 5. Leon Jones (1995) _________ 95

Assisted Tackles 1. Ian Dominelli (1999) _______ 126 2. Tim Johnson (2000) _______ 116 3. Pat Toler (1983) ___________ 111 4. Pat Toler (1984) ____________ 95 5. Pat Narduzzi (1985) ________ 89

2. Nick Xides (1984) ________ 41.5

Interceptions

___________________________ 77-3,193

1. Dave Roberts (1992) _________ 1. Kevin Statzer (1979) _________ 1. Kevin Statzer (1978) _________ 4. Randy Smith (1991)__________ 4. Dave Roberts (1990) _________ 4. Dave Peters (1982) __________

___________________________ 41-1,698

4. Ben Nowicki (2008) _______ 41.1 ___________________________ 44-1,810

5. Chris Weber (1981) _______ 41.0 ___________________________ 66-2,704

TOP PERFORMANCES 1,000-Yard Rushers (20) 1,847 1,626 1,589 1,545 1,489 1,446 1,433 1,403 1,392 1,363 1,284 1,273 1,166 1,158 1,125 1,095 1,057 1,011 1,010 1,006

• Marcus Mason, 2006 • Shawn Patton, 1994 • Adrian Brown, 1999 • Tamron Smith, 1991 • Robby Robson, 1979 • P.J. Mays, 2001 • Tamron Smith, 1993 • Tamron Smith, 1992 • Paris Wicks, 1982 • Paris Wicks, 1981 • P.J. Mays, 2002 • Jamaine Cook, 2010 • Darnell Clark, 1993 • John Kinch, 1974 • Leo Hawkins, 1991 • Archie Herring, 1989 • Jake Andreadis, 1997 • Darnell Clark, 1992 • Frank Horvath, 1960 • Frank Horvath, 1961

1,000-Yard Receivers (3)

1. Ian Dominelli (1999) _______ 224 2. Tim Johnson (1999) _______ 221 3. Paul Soltis (1987) _________ 185 4. Tim Johnson (2000) _______ 180 5. Leon Jones (1993) ________ 177

9 9 9 8 8 8

1,306 • Herb Williams, 1992 1,301 • Elliott Giles, 1999 1,276 • Jim Ferranti, 1979

2,000-Yard Passers (11) 2,573 2,453 2,452 2,329 2,196 2,188 2,123 2,117 2,086 2,010 2,005

• Jeff Ryan, 1999 • Mark Brungard, 1994 • Trenton Lykes, 1987 • Brandon Summers, 2009 • Nick Cochran, 1992 • Trenton Lykes, 1986 • Ron Jaworski, 1972 • Kurt Hess, 2010 • Tom Zetts, 2006 • Mark Brungard, 1995 • Keith Snoddy, 1979

Interception Return Yards 1. Jason Perry (2006) ________ 141 1. Randy Smith (1991)________ 141 3. Don Cramb (1969)_________ 138 4. Lester Weaver (1994) ______ 136 5. Leon Jones (1994) ________ 126

Sacks 1. Harry Deligianis (1997) ______ 2. Jermaine Hopkins (1994) ____ 3. Chris Stec (1984) __________ 3. Tom Cullen (1982) __________ 3. Melvin Romine (1982) _______

17 15 10 10 10

Pass Breakups 1. LeVar Greene (2001) ________ 1. Derek Pixley (1989) _________ 3. Randy Smith (1993)_________ 4. Leon Jones (1994) _________ 4. Dave Roberts (1991) ________ 4. John Matakovich (1989) _____

58 54 54 54 47

15 15 14 13 13 13

Tackles For Loss

Punt Returns 1. David Eastham (1996)_______ 2. Jake Andreadis (1997) ______ 3. Rick Shepas (1984) _________ 4. Andre Ballinger (1991) ______ 5. De’Angelo Wilson (2007) _____

28 26 26 23 23

Tackles

PAT Attempts 1. Mark Griffith (1997) _________ 2. Jeff Wilkins (1993) __________ 2. Jeff Wilkins (1992) __________ 2. Brian Palmer (2006) ________ 5. Mark Griffith (1999) _________

3,193 3,074 2,781 2,704 2,549

___________________________ 59-2,468

3. Nick Liste (2010) _________ 41.4

PAT Made 1. Mark Griffith (1997) _________ 2. Jeff Wilkins (1993) __________ 2. Jeff Wilkins (1992) __________ 4. Brian Palmer (2006) ________ 5. Paul Massaro (1994) ________

4. Dominique Barnes (2010) __ 16.5 5. De’Angelo Wilson (2008) ___ 12 5 12.0 0

1. Tom Harder (1978) _________ 2. Tom Harder (1979) _________ 2. Terry Dittmer (1979) ________ 4. Quentin Lowry (1978) _______ 5. Tom Cullen (1982) __________

39 35 31 28 27

29 25 25 21 19

Punt Return Average

Fumble Recoveries

1. Dave Roberts (1992) ______ 18.7 2. Dave DelSignore (1969) ___ 17.1 3. Jerald Burley (2001) ______ 17.0

1. David Burch (1993) __________ 1. Malcolm Everette (1991)______ 1. Brett Modic (1980) __________ 1. Quentin Lowry (1978) ________

PK Brian Palmer made 14-of-15 field-goal attempts in 2007.

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS Rushing Attempts empts 1. Tamron Smithh (1990 (1990-93) 93) _____987 987 2. Robby Robson (1977-80) ____914 3. Adrian Brown (1996-99) _____875 4. P.J. Mays (2000-02) ________636 5. Paris Wicks (1979-82) _______595

Rushing Yards 1. Tamron Smith (1990-93) ___ 4,866 2. Adrian Brown (1996-99) ___ 3,978 3. Robby Robson (1977-80) __ 3,639 4. P.J. Mays (2000-02) ______ 3,511 5. Paris Wicks (1979-82) _____ 3,101

100-Yard Rushing Games 1. Tamron Smith (1990-93) ______22 2. Adrian Brown (1996-99) ______16 3. Marcus Mason (2005-06) _____14 3. P.J. Mays (2000-02) _________14 5. Paris Wicks (1979-82) ________13 5. Robby Robson (1977-80) _____13

200-Yard Rushing Games 1. P.J. Mays (2000-02) __________ 4 2. Marcus Mason (2005-06) ______ 3 2. Paris Wicks (1979-82) _________ 3 4. Jamaine Cook (2009-Present) __ 1 4. Monquantae Gibson (2004-06) __ 1 4. Jake Andreadis (1995-98) ______ 1 4. Tamron Smith (1990-93) _______ 1 4. Archie Herring (1987-90) ______ 1 4. Robby Robson (1977-80) ______ 1 4. Dave Garden (1972-75)________ 1 4. Frank Horvath (1959-62) _______ 1 4. Dave Kimmel (1954-57) _______ 1

Average Per Carry 1. Dick Adipotti (1965-67) ______ 2. Frank Horvath (1959-62) _____ 3. Marcus Mason (2005-06) ____ 4. Darnell Clark (1990-93) ______ 5. P.J. Mays (2000-02) ________

6.6 6.2 5.7 5.6 5.5

Rushing Touchdowns 1. Adrian Brown (1996-99) ______55

2. Tamron Smith (1990-93) ______52 3. R 3 Robby bb R Robson b (1977 (1977-80) 80) _____47 47 4. P.J. Mays (2000-02) _________42 5. Marschell Brumfield (1975-78) _32

Passing Attempts 1. Tom Zetts (2003-07) ______ 1,094 2. Trenton Lykes (1984-87) _____937 3. Mark Brungard (1992-95) ____876 4. Jeff Ryan (1998-2001) ______793 5. Denny Klembara (1968-71) ___660

Pass Completions 1. Tom Zetts (2003-07) ________654 2. Trenton Lykes (1984-87) _____543 3. Mark Brungard (1992-95) ____496 4. Jeff Ryan (1998-2001) ______457 5. Ray Isaac (1988-91) ________327

Completion Percentage 1. Brandon Summers (2008-09) _ 63.6 341-536 2. Tom Zetts (2003-07) _______ 59.8 654-1,094 3. Demond Tidwell (1994-97) __ 58.7 227-387 4. Trenton Lykes (1984-87) ____ 57.9 543-937 5. Jeff Ryan (1998-2001) _____ 57.6 457-793

200-Yard Passing Games 1. Tom Zetts (2003-07) _________13 2. Ron Jaworski (1969-72) ______12 3. Mark Brungard (1991-95) _____10 3. Trenton Lykes (1984-87) ______10 5. Denny Klembara (1968-71) _____ 8 5. Brandon Summers (2008-09) ___ 8

Passing Yards 1. Tom Zetts (2003-07) ______ 7,643 2. Trenton Lykes (1984-87) ___ 6,341 3. Jeff Ryan (1998-2001) ____ 6,226 4. Mark Brungard (1992-95) __ 6,116 5. Ray Isaac (1988-91) ______ 4,702

DE Jermaine Hopkins had 22 sacks from 1992-95.

Touchdown Passes

Passing Yards Per Game

1. Tom Zetts (2003-07) _________51 2. Jeff Ryan (1998-2001) _______50 3. Trenton Lykes (1984-87) ______40 3. Keith Snoddy (1976-79) ______40 5. Mark Brungard (1992-95) _____38

1. Trenton Lykes (1984-87) ___ 176.8 2. Ron Jaworski (1969-72) ___ 170.8 3. Tom Zetts (2003-07) ______ 161.0 4. Denny Klembara (1968-71) _ 145.4 5. Jeff Ryan (1998-2001) ____ 127.1

Rushing Yards By QB

Interceptions Thrown

1. Jeff Ryan (1998-2001) ____ 1,872 2. Ray Isaac (1988-91) ______ 1,341 3. Keith Snoddy (1976-79) ___ 1,236 4. Cliff Stoudt (1973-76) _____ 1,072 5. Mark Brungard (1992-95) ____716

1. Cliff Stoudt (1973-76) ________52 2. Denny Klembara (1968-71) ____45 3. Keith Snoddy (1976-79) ______37 3. Harold Green (1958-60) ______37 5. Trenton Lykes (1984-87) ______36

Rushing TDs By Quarterback

Receptions

1. Cliff Stoudt (1973-76) ________25 2. Ray Isaac (1988-91) _________23 3. Jeff Ryan (1998-2001) _______17 4. Mark Brungard (1992-95) _____16 5. Trenton Lykes (1984-87) ______15

1. Jim Ferranti (1976-79) ______186 2. Dominique Barnes (2007-10) _168 3. Trent Boykin (1991-94) ______150 3. Rick Shepas (1983-86) ______150 5. Bob Ferranti (1969-72) ______130

Passing Rating

Consecutive Games With Catch

1. Nick Cochran (1990-92) __139.46 2. Jeff Ryan (1988-2001) ___137.83 3. Demond Tidwell (1994-97) 135.06 4. Ray Isaac (1988-91) _____134.05 5. Tom Zetts (2003-07) _____128.17

1. Dominique Barnes (2007-10) __34 2. Kyle Smith (2003-2005) ______30 3. Jeff Patterson (1980-82) ______28 4. Ray Ellington (1988-90)_______26 5. T.J. Peterson (2005-06) ______25

300-Yard Passing Games

Receiving Yards

1. Trenton Lykes (1984-87) _______ 4 1. Denny Klembara (1968-71) _____ 4 3. Brandon Summers (2008-09) ___ 3 3. Ron Jaworski (1969-72) _______ 3 5. Tom Zetts (2003-07) __________ 1 5. Demond Tidwell (1994-97) _____ 1 5. Jamie DeVore (1982-83) _______ 1 5. Keith Snoddy (1976-79) _______ 1

1. Jim Ferranti (1976-79) ____ 3,103 2. Rick Shepas (1983-86) ____ 2,263 3. Renauld Ray (1996-99) ____ 2,173 4. Bob Ferranti (1969-72) ____ 2,163 5. Dominique Barnes (2007-10) _2,062

Starts as a Quarterback

WR Kyle Smith caught a pass in 30 straight games.

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1. Tom Zetts (2003-07) _________47 2. Jeff Ryan (1998-2001) _______42 3. Mark Brungard (1992-95) _____41 4. Ray Isaac (1988-91) _________40 5. Cliff Stoudt (1973-76) ________36

Touchdown Receptions 1. Jim Ferranti (1976-79) _______25 2. Dave DelSignore (1966-69) ___21 3. Renauld Ray (1996-99) _______18 4. John Goode (1981-84) _______16 5. Dominique Barnes (2007-10) __15 5. Bob Ferranti (1969-72) _______15

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INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS 100-Yard Receiving Games

All-Purpose Yards

1. Jim Ferranti ti (1976 (1976-79) 79) _______11 11 2. Bob Ferranti (1969-72) ________ 9 3. Dominique Barnes (2007-10) ___ 7 3. Herb Williams (1988-92) _______ 7 3. Dave DelSignore (1967-69) ____ 7

1 T 1. Tamron Smith S ith (1990-93) (1990 93) ___ 5 5,128 128 2. Robby Robson (1977-80) __ 4,377 3. Archie Herring (1987-90) __ 4,341 4. Adrian Brown (1996-99) ___ 4,161 5. Paris Wicks (1979-82) _____ 4,091

Yards Per Catch

Points Scored

1. Elliott Giles (1998-99) ______ 20.2 2. Dave DelSignore (1967-69) _ 19.7 3. Renauld Ray (1996-99) _____ 18.6 4. Herb Williams (1988-92) ____ 18.5 5. John Goode (1980-83) _____ 18.4

1. Jeff Wilkins (1990-93) _______373 2. Adrian Brown (1996-99) _____348 3. Tamron Smith (1990-93) _____318 4. Robby Robson (1977-80) ____294 5. Mark Griffith (1996-99) ______281

Receptions By RB

Total Touchdowns Scored

1. Lorenzo Davis (1986-89) ____122 2. Steve Jones (1986-89) ______101 3. Jake Andreadis (1995-98) _____67 4. Demetrius Ison (2003-06) _____66 5. Ken Kacenga (1965-68) ______49

1. Adrian Brown (1996-99) ______57 2. Tamron Smith (1990-93) ______53 3. Robby Robson (1977-80) _____49 4. P.J. Mays (2000-02) _________45 5. Marschell Brumfield (1975-78) _34

Receptions By TE

TD’s Responsible For

1. John Goode (1980-83) _______95 2. Frank Pokorny (1981-84) _____87 3. Elliott Fedd (1984-87) ________85 4. Derrick Bush (2005-08)_______55 4. Mike Roberts (2001-04) ______55

1. Jeff Ryan (1998-2001) _______67 2. Tom Zetts (2003-07) _________57 2. Adrian Brown (1996-99) ______57 4. Ray Isaac (1988-91) _________55 4. Trenton Lykes (1984-87) ______55

Total Offensive Yards

Tackles

1. Tom Zetts (2003-07) ______ 8,277 2. Jeff Ryan (1998-2001) ____ 8,098 3. Mark Brungard (1992-95) __ 6,932 4. Trenton Lykes (1984-87) ___ 6,846 5. Ray Isaac (1988-91) ______ 6,043

1. Leon Jones (1992-95) _______506 2. Paul Soltis (1987-89)________468 3. Greg Fitzpatrick (1975-78) ___445 4. Jerry Pacifico (1985-88) _____443 5. Tim Johnson (1999-2000) ___401

Total Offensive Plays

Tackles for Loss

1. Jeff Ryan (1998-2001) ____ 1,374 2. Tom Zetts (2003-07) ______ 1,326 3. Trenton Lykes (1984-87) ___ 1,303 4. Mark Brungard (1992-95) __ 1,242 5. Ray Isaac (1988-91) ______ 1,145

1. Tom Harder (1977-79)________67 2. Terry Dittmer (1976-79) ______59 3. Tom Cullen (1979-82) ________58 4. Melvin Romine (1980-83) _____35 5. Jon Tekac (1999-2002) _______31 5. Mike Stanec (1995-98) _______31

5. Leon Jones (1992-95) ________13 5. Randy 5 R d Smith S ith (1991-94) (1991 94) _______13 13 5. Pat Durina (1976-80) _________13

Punts 1. Nick Xides (1982-85)________257 2. Joe Bishop (2003-06) _______229 3. Chris Weber (1977-81) ______195 4. Anthony Rozzo (1996-99) ____157 5. Don Calloway (1972-75) _____155

Interception Return Yards 1. Pat Durina (1976-80) ________339 2. Jason Perry (2003-06) ______240 3. Lester Weaver (1990-94) ____221 4. Maurice Reynolds (1976-79)__199 5. Kevin Statzer (1976-79) _____176

Sacks 1. Jermaine Hopkins (1992-95) __22 2. Harry Deligianis (1995-97) ____18 3. Mike Stanec (1995-98) _______17 4. Chris Stec (1980-84) _________16 5. Kevin Brown (1988-91) _______12 5. Lamar Davis (1987-88) _______12

1. Nick Xides (1982-85)_____10,514 2. Joe Bishop (2003-06) _____ 8,787 3. Chris Weber (1977-81) ____ 7,683 4. Joe Kent (1966-69) _______ 7,173 5. Don Calloway (1972-75) ___ 5,897

WR Trent Boykin is tops in punt returns and punt return yards.

1. Jeff Wilkins (1990-93) _______373 2. Mark Griffith (1996-99) ______281 3. Brian Palmer (2005-08) ______270 4. Paul McFadden (1980-83) ____240 5. John Dowling (1984-87) _____237

PAT Kicks Made 1. Jeff Wilkins (1990-93) _______173 2. Brian Palmer (2005-08) ______156 3. Mark Griffith (1996-99) ______149 4. Jake Stewart (2000-02) ______97 5. John Dowling (1984-87) ______93

Average Per Punt 1. Nick Xides (1982-85)_______ 40.9 ___________________ 257-10,514 2. Ben Nowicki (2007-09) _____ 39.5 ____________________ 126-5,097 3. Chris Weber (1977-81) _____ 39.4 ___________________ 195-7,683 4. J.J. Stefancin (1996-97) ____ 38.8 ____________________ 104-4,042 5. Joe Bishop (2003-06) ______ 38.4 ____________________ 229-8,787

Punt Returns 1. Trent Boykin (1991-94) _______74 2. Rick Shepas (1983-86) _______60 3. Kyle Smith (2002-05) ________56 4. Russ Musiel (1973-76) _______50 5. Jake Andreadis (1995-98) _____46

Punt Return Yards 1. Trent Boykin (1991-94) ______534 2. De’Angelo Wilson (2007-08) __500 3. Russ Musiel (1973-76) ______421 4. Jerald Burley (2000-02) _____413 5. Kyle Smith (2002-05) _______377

PAT Kicks Attempted 1. Jeff Wilkins (1990-93) _______177 2. Brian Palmer (2005-08) ______167 3. Mark Griffith (1996-99) ______160 4. Jake Stewart (2000-02) _____104 5. Chuck Haynali (1976-79) ______99

Consecutive PAT’s Made 1. Stephen Blose (2009-10) _____54 2. Nick Terracina (2003-04) _____49 3. Jeff Wilkins (1992-93) ________46 4. Jeff Wilkins (1991-92) ________44 5. John Dowling (1985-86) ______40

PAT Percentage 1. Nick Terracina (2003-04) ___ 98.4 _____________________________ (60-61)

2. John Dowling (1984-87) ____ 97.9 _____________________________ (93-95)

3. Jeff Wilkins (1990-93) ______ 97.7 ___________________________ (173-177)

4. Robert Fozkos (1988-89) ___ 97.7 _____________________________ (43-44)

4. Stephen Blose (2007-10) ___ 97.0 _____________________________ (65-67)

Punt Return Average 1. Dave Roberts (1989-92) ____ 15.0 2. Jerald Burley (2000-02) ____ 11.8 3. De’Angelo Wilson (2007-08) _ 11.1 4. Jason Perry (2003-06) _____ 11.0 5. Pete Rekstis (1986-90) ______ 8.4 5. Russ Musiel (1973-76) ______ 8.4

Field Goals Made

Kickoff Returns

Field Goal Attempts

1. Archie Herring (1987-90) _____86 2. Robert Thompson (1981-83) __81 3. Andre Coleman (1998-2001) __74 4. Dave Roberts (1989-92) ______50 5. Malcolm Everette (1990-92) ___44

1. Jeff Wilkins (1990-93) ________98 2. Paul McFadden (1980-83) _____90 3. John Dowling (1984-87) ______76 4. Mark Griffith (1996-99) _______65 5. Brian Palmer (2005-08) _______50

Kickoff Return Yards

Field Goal Percentage

1. Archie Herring (1987-90) __ 2,156 2. R.L. Thompson (1981-83) __ 1,735 3. Andre Coleman (1998-01)__ 1,672 4. Malcolm Everette (1990-92) __943 5. Dave Roberts (1989-92) _____907

Interceptions 1. Kevin Statzer (1976-79) ______24 2. Dave Roberts (1989-92) ______22 3. Lester Weaver (1991-94) _____16 4. LeVar Greene (1998-2001) ____14

Points by Kicker

Punt Yards

Pass Breakups 1. Randy Smith (1991-94) _______39 2. Dave Roberts (1989-92) ______28 3. Jason Perry (2003-06) _______25 3. LeVar Greene (1998-2001) ____25 3. Leon Jones (1992-95) ________25

4. Mark Griffith (1999) ___________ 8 4. Mark Griffith (1997-98) ________ 8 4. Darren Morgan (1988)_________ 8 4. Paul McFadden (1981-82) ______ 8

1. Jeff Wilkins (1990-93) ________66 2. Paul McFadden (1980-83) _____52 3. John Dowling (1984-87) ______48 4. Mark Griffith (1996-99) _______45 5. Brian Palmer (2005-08) _______38

1. Brian Palmer (2005-08) _____ 76.0 _____________________________ (38-50)

2. Robert Fozkos (1988-89) ___ 73.3 _____________________________ (17-22)

3. Nick Terracina (2003-04) ___ 72.7 _____________________________ (24-33)

Consecutive Field Goals Made

4. Darren Morgan (1988)______ 70.6

1. Brian Palmer (2007-08) _______14 2. Stephen Blose (2010) ________11 3. Jeff Wilkins (1992-93) ________10

5. Stephen Blose (2007-10) ___ 70.0

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TOP 20 CAREER RANKINGS Rushing Yardage

Touchdown Passes

Player, Years Yards 1. Tamron Smith, 1990-93 _______ 4,866 2. Adrian Brown, 1996-99 ________ 3,978 3. Robby Robson, 1977-80 _______ 3,639 4. P.J. Mays, 2000-02 ___________ 3,511 5. Paris Wicks, 1979-82 _________ 3,101 6. Marcus Mason, 2005-06 _______ 2,739 7. Jake Andreadis, 1995-98 ______ 2,620 8. Frank Horvath, 1959-62 _______ 2,567 9. Darnell Clark, 1990-93 ________ 2,527 10. Dave Garden, 1972-75 _______ 2,521 11. Dave Kimmel, 1954-57 _______ 2,429 12. John Kinch, 1973-76 _________ 2,306 13. Shawn Patton, 1990; 94 _____ 2,297 14. Leo Hawkins, 1988-91 _______ 2,279 15. Archie Herring, 1987-90 ______ 2,103 16. Marschell Brumfield, 1975-78 ___2,069 17. Lorenzo Davis, 1986-89 ______ 1,960 18. Jeff Ryan, 1998-2001 ________ 1,872 19. Ken Kacenga, 1965-68_______ 1,792 20. Monquantae Gibson, 2004-06 _ 1,767

Player, Years No. 1. Tom Zetts, 2003-07 _____________ 51 2. Jeff Ryan, 1998-2001 ____________ 50 3. Trenton Lykes, 1984-87 __________ 40 3. Keith Snoddy, 1976-79 ___________ 40 5. Mark Brungard, 1992-95 _________ 38 6. Brandon Summers, 2008 _________ 35 7. Ray Isaac, 1988-91 ______________ 32 8. Ron Jaworski, 1969-72 ___________ 32 9. Denny Klembara, 1968-71 ________ 31 10. Harold Green, 1955; 58-60 ______ 24 11. Aaron Marshall, 2002-05 ________ 19 12. Frank Beck, 1953-55 ___________ 19 13. Demond Tidwell, 1994-97 _______ 17 13. Jamie DeVore, 1980-83 _________ 17 15. Nick Cochran, 1990-92 _________ 16 15. Cliff Stoudt, 1973-76 ___________ 16 17. Bob Courtney, 1983-86 _________ 14 18. Kurt Hess, 2010-Present ________ 12 19. Jared Zwick, 1996-99 ___________ 10 19. Robert Gibson, 1949 ___________ 10

Passing Yardage

Receptions

Player, Years Yards 1. Tom Zetts, 2003-07 __________ 7,643 2. Trenton Lykes, 1984-87 _______ 6,341 3. Jeff Ryan, 1998-2001 _________ 6,226 4. Mark Brungard, 1992-95 ______ 6,116 5. Ray Isaac, 1988-91 ___________ 4,702 6. Ron Jaworski, 1969-72 ________ 4,612 7. Cliff Stoudt, 1973-76 _________ 4,387 8. Denny Klembara, 1968-71 _____ 4,216 9. Keith Snoddy, 1976-79 ________ 4,194 10. Brandon Summers, 2008-09 __ 3,869 11. Demond Tidwell, 1994-97 ____ 3,066 12. Harold Green, 1955; 58-60 ___ 2,587 13. Nick Cochran, 1990-92 ______ 2,545 14. Bob Courtney, 1983-86 ______ 2,458 15. Kurt Hess, 2010 ____________ 2,117 16. Robert Gibson, 1946-49 ______ 2,086 17. Aaron Marshall, 2002-05 _____ 2,083 18. Jamie DeVore, 1980-83 ______ 2,016 19. Frank Beck, 1953-55 ________ 1,805 20. Jim Heber, 1938-41 _________ 1,389

Player, Years No. 1. Jim Ferranti, 1976-79 ___________ 186 2. Dominique Barnes, 2007-10______ 168 3. Trent Boykin, 1991-94 __________ 150 3. Rick Shepas, 1983-86 __________ 150 5. Bob Ferranti, 1969-72 __________ 130 6. Lorenzo Davis, 1986-89 _________ 122 7. Renauld Ray, 1996-99 ___________ 117 8. Herb Williams, 1989-92 _________ 110 9. Donald Jones, 2008-09__________ 108 10. Dave DelSignore, 1966-69 ______ 102 11. Kyle Smith, 2002-05 ___________ 101 11. Don Zwisler, 1991-94 __________ 101 11. Steve Jones, 1986-89 _________ 101 14. John Goode, 1980-83 ___________ 95 15. Maury Bibent, 1986-89 __________ 92 16. Dave Ferguson, 1971-74 ________ 90 17. Frank Pokorny, 1981-84 _________ 87 18. Elliott Fedd, 1984-87 ___________ 85 19. Ray Ellington, 1987-90 __________ 83 20. T.J. Peterson, 2002, 2004-06 ____ 77

Pass Completions

Receiving Yardage

Player, Years No. 1. Tom Zetts, 2003-07 ____________ 654 2. Trenton Lykes, 1984-87 _________ 543 3. Mark Brungard, 1992-95 ________ 496 4. Jeff Ryan, 1998-2001 ___________ 457 5. Brandon Summers, 2008-09 _____ 341 6. Ray Isaac, 1988-91 _____________ 327 7. Ron Jaworski, 1969-72 __________ 325 8. Cliff Stoudt, 1973-76 ___________ 303 9. Denny Klembara, 1968-71 _______ 280 10. Keith Snoddy, 1976-79 _________ 276 11. Demond Tidwell, 1994-97 ______ 227 12. Kurt Hess, 2010 ______________ 179 13. Bob Courtney, 1983-86 ________ 174 14. Aaron Marshall, 2002-05 _______ 171 15. Nick Cochran, 1990-92 ________ 169 16. Jamie DeVore, 1980-83 ________ 141 17. Harold Green, 1955; 58-60 _____ 139 18. Mike Sloe, 1981-83 ____________ 98 19. Joe Piunno, 1964-67____________ 82 20. Chris Gamble, 1987-90 _________ 81

Player, Years Yards 1. Jim Ferranti, 1976-79 _________ 3,103 2. Rick Shepas, 1983-86 ________ 2,263 3. Renauld Ray, 1996-99 _________ 2,173 4. Bob Ferranti, 1969-72 ________ 2,163 5. Dominique Barnes, 2007-10____ 2,062 6. Herb Williams, 1989-92 _______ 2,031 7. Dave DelSignore, 1966-69 _____ 2,006 8. Trent Boykin, 1991-94 ________ 1,950 9. John Goode, 1980-83 _________ 1,747 10. Don Zwisler, 1991-94 ________ 1,668 11. Lorenzo Davis, 1986-89 ______ 1,598 12. Kyle Smith, 2002-05 _________ 1,534 13. Elliott Giles, 1998-99 ________ 1,477 14. Ray Ellington, 1987-90 _______ 1,376 15. Dave Ferguson, 1971-74 _____ 1,343 16. Donald Jones, 2008-09 ______ 1,300 17. Jeff Patterson, 1979-82 ______ 1,270 18. Frank Pokorny, 1981-84 ______ 1,230 19. Maury Bibent, 1986-89 _______ 1,192 20. Russ Musiel, 1973-76 ________ 1,191

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LB Paul Soltis recorded 468 tackles in just three years at YSU.

Total Offensive Yards

Tackles

Player, Years Yards 1. Tom Zetts, 2003-07 __________ 8,277 2. Jeff Ryan, 1998-2001 _________ 8,098 3. Mark Brungard, 1992-95 ______ 6,932 4. Trenton Lykes, 1984-87 _______ 6,846 5. Ray Isaac, 1988-91 ___________ 6,043 6. Cliff Stoudt, 1973-76 _________ 5,459 7. Keith Snoddy, 1976-79 ________ 5,430 8. Tamron Smith, 1990-93 _______ 4,866 9. Ron Jaworski, 1969-72 ________ 4,452 10. Brandon Summers, 2008-09 __ 4,043 11. Denny Klembara, 1968-71 ____ 3,999 12. Adrian Brown, 1996-99_______ 3,978 13. Robby Robson, 1977-80______ 3,761 14. Demond Tidwell, 1994-97 ____ 3,376 15. Paris Wicks, 1979-82 ________ 3,165 16. Harold Green, 1958-60 _______ 3,017 17. Nick Cochran, 1990-92 ______ 2,950 18. Marcus Mason, 2005-06 _____ 2,739 19. Frank Horvath, 1959-62 ______ 2,653 20. Jake Andreadis, 1995-98 _____ 2,620

Player, Years No. 1. Leon Jones, 1992-95 ___________ 506 2. Paul Soltis, 1987-89 ____________ 468 3. Greg Fitzpatrick, 1975-78 _______ 445 4. Jerry Pacifico, 1985-88 _________ 443 5. Tim Johnson, 1999-2000 ________ 401 6. Reggie Lee, 1991-94 ___________ 363 7. Mark Derthick, 1981-84 _________ 360 7. Tom Perantoni, 1970-73 _________ 360 9. Pat Toler, 1981-84 _____________ 351 10. Dwyte Smiley, 1996-99 ________ 349 11. Kawonza Swan, 1996-99 _______ 345 12. Jeremiah Wright, 2003-07 ______ 308 13. Mike Peterson, 1984-87 ________ 299 14. Terry Dittmer, 1976-79 _________ 276 15. Jeff Gergel, 1978-81___________ 272 16. Kevin Brown, 1988-91 _________ 269 17. Jon Tekac, 1999-02 ___________ 268 18. Reggie Brown, 1991-94 ________ 267 19. Andre Peterson, 1986-89 _______ 266 20. Joe Schartner, 1978-81 ________ 265

All-Purpose Yards Player, Years Yards 1. Tamron Smith, 1990-93 _______ 5,128 2. Robby Robson, 1977-80 _______ 4,377 3. Archie Herring, 1987-90 _______ 4,341 4. Adrian Brown, 1996-99 ________ 4,161 5. Paris Wicks, 1979-82 _________ 4,091 6. Jim Ferranti, 1976-79 _________ 4,054 7. Jake Andreadis, 1995-98 ______ 4,008 8. P.J. Mays, 2000-02 ___________ 3,985 9. Lorenzo Davis, 1986-89 _______ 3,826 10. Robert Thompson, 1981-85 ___ 3,550 11. Darnell Clark, 1990-93 _______ 3,471 12. Frank Horvath, 1959-62 ______ 3,296 13. Dave Garden, 1972-75 _______ 3,010 14. Marcus Mason, 2005-06 _____ 2,940 15. Shawn Patton, 1990; 1994 ___ 2,913 16. Dave DelSignore, 1966-69 ____ 2,793 17. Ken Kacenga, 1965-68_______ 2,696 18. Rick Shepas, 1983-86 _______ 2,685 19. Josh Cayson, 2003-06 _______ 2,607 20. Marschell Brumfield, 1975-78 __2,569

LB Tim Johnson recorded 401 tackles in just two seasons.

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TEAM RECORDS First Downs, wns, Game Youngstown State

TOP SCORING PERFORMANCES

Most: 33; at Illinois State, Nov. 6, 2010 Fewest: 5; at Ohio State, Aug. 30, 2008

50-Plus Point Games 63 vs. Central Connecticut St. • Sept. 18, 2010 63 vs. Alcorn State • Nov. 25, 1994 59 vs. Northeastern • Sept, 28, 1991 58 at Ashland • Sept. 23, 1978 57 vs. Morgan State • Sept. 21, 1991 56 vs. Wingate • Oct. 21, 1995 56 vs. Central Florida • Nov. 27, 1993 56 vs. Morgan State • Sept. 18, 1993 56 at Central State • Oct. 14, 1978 56 vs. Wayne State • Oct. 26, 1974 55 vs. Indiana State • Oct. 7, 2006 55 vs. Gustavus Adolphus • Nov. 10, 1960 52 vs. Buffalo • Oct. 11, 1997 52 vs. Slippery Rock • Sept. 24, 1994 52 vs. Alabama A&M • Dec. 1, 1979 52 vs. Eastern Illinois • Nov. 5, 1977 51 vs. Slippery Rock • Aug. 31, 2006 51 vs. Clarion • Sept. 28, 1996 51 vs. Tennessee Tech • Oct. 6, 1984 50 vs. Clarion • Sept. 3, 1998 50 vs. South Dakota State • Nov. 24, 1979

Opponent Most: 35; Alcorn State, Nov. 25, 1994 Fewest: 4; Western Illinois, Nov. 8, 1980 4; Lock Haven, Sept. 22, 2007

First Downs, Season Youngstown State Most: 297; 1997 and 1999 (15 games) By Rushing: 200; 1991 (15 games) By Passing: 118; 2006 (14 games) By Penalty: 23; 2003 (12 games) Fewest: 107; 1969 (8 games)

Opponent Most: 308; 1992 (15 games) By Rushing: 170; 1992 (15 games) By Passing: 156; 1999 (15 games) By Penalty: 26; 1978 (12 games) Fewest: 113; 1974 (10 games)

Rushing, Game Youngstown State Attempts: 81; vs. Samford, Dec. 14, 1991 Fewest: 21; at Ohio State, Aug. 30, 2008 Yards: 532; vs. Wayne State, Oct. 26, 1974 Fewest: -19; vs. Eastern Michigan, Sept. 5, 1987

Opponent Attempts: 80; Northeastern, Sept. 15, 1990 Fewest: 15; Alcorn State, Nov. 25, 1994 15; Liberty, Nov. 4, 1989 Yards: 639; Georgia Southern, Dec. 18, 1999 Fewest: -36; Alcorn State, Nov. 25, 1994

Rushing, Season Youngstown State Attempts: 852; 1991 (15 games) Fewest: 288; 1969 (8 games) Yards: 3,598; 1993 (15 games) Fewest: 684; 1969 (9 games) Average: 255.6; 1989 (13 games) Lowest: 85.5; 1969 (8 games) Yards Per Attempt: 5.4; 2006 (14 games)

Opponent Attempts: 628; 1992 (15 games) Fewest: 329; 1967 (9 games) Yards: 2,963; 1999 (15 games) Fewest: 999; 1978 (12 games) Average: 255.1; 1986 (11 games) Lowest: 83.3; 1978 (12 games) Yards Per Attempt: 5.2; 1986 (11 games)

Combined Points QB Cliff Stoudt ran for 25 touchdowns and passed for 16 in his career.

101 | James Madison 52, YSU 49 • 1992 98 | Illinois State 54, YSU 44 • 2008 96 | Delaware 51, YSU 45 • 1979 96 | Pensacola Navy 58, YSU 38 • 1968 90 | YSU 55, Gustavus Adolphus 35 • 1960

Passing, Game

Points in Consecutive Games

Youngstown State Attempts: 54; vs. Akron, Nov. 22, 1968 Fewest: 3; vs. Nevada, Dec. 7, 1991 3; vs. Gustavus Adolphus, Nov. 4, 1963 Completions: 32 vs. Liberty, Fewest: 0; vs. Gustavus Adolphus, Nov. 4, 1963 Percentage: 1.000; vs. Indiana State Oct. 28, 2000 (13-13) Yards: 446; vs. Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 28, 1985 Fewest: 7; vs. Eastern Illinois, Oct. 7, 1978

Opponent Attempts: 82; Alcorn State, Nov. 25, 1994 Fewest: 3; Western Kentucky, Oct. 27, 2001 Completions: 52; Alcorn State, Nov. 29, 1994 Fewest: 1; Northern Michigan, Oct. 4, 1975 1; Western Kentucky, Oct. 27, 2001 Percentage: .833; Appalachian State; Akron Dec. 9, 2006 (10-12) | Nov. 21, 1986 (15-18) Yards: 514; Alcorn State, Nov. 25, 1994 Fewest: 2; Indiana State, Oct. 4, 1997

Passing, Season PK John Dowling owns the FCS record with 11 career gamewinning kicks, including one as time expired to beat Bowling Green 20-17 on Sept. 12, 1987.

116 | 57 vs. Morgan State 59 vs. Northeastern • 1991 107 | 58 vs. Ashland 49 vs. Saginaw Valley State • 1978 102 | 50 vs. South Dakota State 52 vs. Alabama A&M • 1979 96 | 40 vs. Eastern Illinois 56 vs. Central State • 1978 95 | 45 vs. Delaware 50 vs. South Dakota State • 1979

Youngstown State Attempts: 368; 1987 (12 games) Fewest: 90; 1962 (9 games) Completions: 223; 2009 (11 games) Fewest: 31; 1961 (9 games) Percentage: 64.1; 2009 (223-of-348) Lowest Pct.: 37.9; 1980 (86-of-227) Interceptions: 24; 1985 (11 games) Fewest: 4; 1993 (15 games) Yards: 2,722; 1999 (15 games) Fewest: 914; 1967 (9 games) Highest Average: 235.8; 1972 (9 games) Lowest Average: 97.3; 1980 (11 games)

100-Yard Rushing & Receiving Robert Thompson (128 rushing/101 receiving) vs. Tennessee Tech, 10/12/1985

100-Yard Rushing & Passing Jeff Ryan (125 rushing/195 passing) vs. Hofstra, 11/4/2000 Jeff Ryan (101 rushing/202 passing) vs. Illinois State, 10/30/1999 Jeff Ryan (122 rushing/197 passing) vs. New Haven, 10/24/1998 Frank Beck (135 rushing/149 passing) vs. Great Lakes Academy, 9/23/1954

Two 100-Yard Passers in a Game 129 – Jeff Ryan | 105 – Colby Street vs. Indiana State • Oct. 28, 2000 133 – Jared Zwick | 117 – Jeff Ryan vs. Slippery Rock • Sept. 2, 1999 263 – Bob Courtney | 183 – Trenton Lykes vs. Eastern Kentucky • Sept. 28. 1985 230 – Bob Courtney | 100 – Trenton Lykes at Eastern Michigan • Sept. 7, 1985

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TEAM RECORDS Opponentt

Rushing: 31; 31 2008 (12 games)) P i 26 2010 (11 games)) Passing: 26; Points: 363; 1999 (15 games) Fewest: 28; 1941 (8 games) Points Per Game: 35.8; 1970 (9 games) Fewest: 3.5; 1941 (8 games)

Attempts: 467; 1993 (15 games) Fewest: 123; 1961 (9 games) Completions: 281; 1991 (15 games) Fewest: 53; 1961 (9), 1971 (8) Percentage: 63.7; 1999 (11 games) Lowest Pct.: 40.5; 1973 (81-of-200) Interceptions: 31; 1991 (15 games) Fewest: 4; 1971 (8 games) Yards: 3,215; 1999 (15 games) Fewest: 761; 1971 (8 games) Highest Average: 254.2; 2010 (11 games) Lowest Average: 92.9, 1975 (9 games)

Kicking, Game Youngstown State PATs: 9; vs. Alcorn State, Nov. 25, 1994 9; vs. Central Connecticut State, Sept. 18, 2010 Attempts: 9; vs. Alcorn State, Nov. 25, 1994 9; vs. Central Connecticut State, Sept. 18, 2010 FGs: 5; vs. Southwest Texas, Sept. 9, 1992 5; vs. Stephen F. Austin, Sept. 11, 1993 Attempts: 5; Four Times

Total Offense, Game Youngstown State

Opponent

Plays: 106; vs. Tennessee Tech, Oct. 11, 1986 Fewest: 37 at Ohio State; Aug. 30, 2008 Yards: 637; vs. Wayne State, Oct. 26, 1974 Fewest: 60; vs. Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 20, 1980 TOP: 42:52; vs. Samford, Dec. 14, 1991

PATs: 7; Akron, Nov. 8, 1969 Attempts: 8; Akron, Nov. 8, 1969 FGs: 5; Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 10, 1983 5; at Ohio State, Aug. 30, 2008 Attempts: 6; Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 10, 1983 6, Penn State, Sept. 16, 2006

Opponent Plays: 97; Alcorn State, Nov. 25, 1994 Yards: 656; Georgia Southern, Dec. 18, 1999 Fewest: 68; Alabama A&M, Dec. 1, 1979 TOP: 40:22; Missouri State, Nov. 13, 2004

Total Offense, Season Youngstown State Plays: 1,074; 1991 (15 games) Yards: 5,704; 1999 (15 games) Fewest: 2,277; 1971 (8 games) Highest Average: 412.0; 2010 (11 games) Lowest Average: 236.3; 1980 (11 games)

Opponent Plays: 1,059; 1992 (15 games) Yards: 5,416; 1992 (15 games) Fewest: 2,192; 1966 (9 games) Highest Average: 411.9; 1999 (15 games) Lowest Average: 232.4; 1978 (12 games)

Scoring, Game Youngstown State TDs: 9; vs. Alcorn State, Nov. 25, 1994 9; vs. Central Connecticut State, Sept. 18, 2010 Rushing: 8; vs. Wayne State, Oct. 26, 1974 8; vs. Wingate, Oct. 21, 1995 8; vs. Central Connecticut State, Sept. 18, 2010 Passing: 5; vs. Slippery Rock, Sept. 24, 1994 Points in a Quarter: Most: 31; vs. Northern Michigan, Nov. 4, 1978 First: 21; Numerous Times Second: 31; vs. Northern Michigan, Nov. 4, 1978 Third: 28; vs. Ashland, Sept. 23, 1978 28 at Missouri State, 2006 Fourth: 30; at Northern Iowa, Nov. 21, 1981 Points in a Half: 42 vs. Alcorn State, Nov. 25, 1994 (1st) Points in a Game: 63 vs. Alcorn State, Nov. 25, 1994 Fewest: 0 (35 times) Fewest Points in a Victory: 3; 3-0 vs. Davis & Elkins, Dec. 3, 1939 3; 3-2 vs. Akron, Nov. 3, 1984 Most Points in a Loss: 49; 52-49 vs. James Madison, Sept. 26, 1992 Margin of Victory: 52; 59-7 vs. Northeastern, Sept. 28, 1991

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Kicking, Season PK Paul McFadden made 17-of-27 field-goal attempts in 1982 as a junior. MVFC Margin of Victory: 45; 45-0 at Indiana State, Oct. 8, 2005

Opponent TDs: 10; North Texas State, Nov. 15, 1957 Rushing: 8; North Texas State, Nov. 15, 1957 Passing: 5; Western Michigan, Sept. 11, 1999 5; Northern Iowa, Oct. 26, 1985 5; Illinois State, Nov. 6, 2010 Points in a Quarter: Most: 29; Northern Michigan (2nd), Oct. 17, 1970 Points in a Half: 44; Delaware, (2nd) Nov. 10, 1979 Points in a Game: 68; North Texas State, Nov. 15, 1957 Fewest: 0 (61 times) Fewest Points in a Victory: 6; 6-0 Ohio, Sept. 15, 1955 6; 6-0 Morris Harvey, Oct. 11, 1956 Most Points in a Loss: 39; 40-39 Akron, Nov. 21, 1986 39; 41-39 Towson State, Oct. 15, 1988 Margin of Victory: 55; 68-13 North Texas State, Nov. 15, 1957 MVFC Margin of Victory: 38; 47-9 UNI, Nov. 1, 2003

Scoring, Season

Youngstown State PATs: 54; 1997 and 1993 (15 games) Attempts: 58; 1997 (15 games) FGs: 18; 1999 (15 games) Attempts: 28; 1991 (15 games) Best Pct.: 93.8 (15-16); 2007 (11 games) Consecutive Made: 11; 2007; 2010

Opponent PATs: 41; 2006 (14), 2008 (12) Attempts: 42; 2006 (14), 2008 (12), 2010 (11) FGs: 17; 1986 (11 games) Attempts: 23; 1986 (11 games) Best Pct.: 76.2 (16-21), 2002 (11 games) Consecutive Made: 12; 2002

Punting, Game Youngstown State Most: 15; vs. Northern Iowa, Oct. 20, 1984 Fewest: 0; vs. North Carolina A&T, Dec. 4, 1999 Yards: 570; vs. Murray State, Nov. 10, 1984 Longest: 85; vs. Northern Iowa, Oct. 14, 2000

Opponent Most: 13; Northern Iowa, Oct. 20, 1984 Fewest: 0; Ohio State, August 30, 2008 0; Slippery Rock, Sept. 24, 1994 0; Morehead State, Nov. 15, 1986 0; Tennessee Tech, Sept. 19, 1970 Yards: 500; Northern Iowa, Oct. 20, 1984 Longest: 75; Illinois State, Nov. 1, 1997

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Punting, Season

TDs: 58; 2006 (14 games) Fewest: 14; 1971 (8 games) Rushing: 45; 1993 (15 games) Passing: 22; 1994 (15 games) Points: 460; 1997 (15 games) Fewest: 101; 1971 (8 games) Points Per Game: 33.5; 1978 (12), 2001 (11) Fewest: 12.6; 1971 (8 games)

Youngstown State

Opponent

Most: 90; 1985 (11 games) Fewest: 42; 1977 (10 games) Yards: 3,475; 1985 (11 games) Best Avg.: 41.8; 1985 (11 games)

Opponent Most: 90; 1984 (11 games) Fewest: 38; 1986 (11 games) Yards: 3,421; 1984 (11 games) Best Avg.: 41.7; 1984 (11 games)

TDs: 46; 1970 (9 games); 2010 (11 games) Fewest: 4; 1941 (8 games)

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TEAM RECORDS Punt/Kickoff/Returns, ckoff/Returns, Game G

Opponent

Youngstown State

T t l 18 (136) Total: (136); UNI UNI, O Oct. t 26 26, 1985 Yards: 163 (16); UNI, Nov. 1, 1980

Kickoff TD: 1; M.R. vs. Missouri State, Sept. 29, 2007 Punt TD: 1; M.R. vs. Butler, Sept. 11, 2010 Total TD: 2; vs. Lock Haven, Sept. 30, 2001 (blocked punt and kickoff) Blocks: 3; vs. Morehead State, Nov. 13, 1982

Opponent Kickoff TD: 1; M.R., Penn State, 9/4/2010 Punt TD: 1; M.R., Northeastern, 9/19/2010 Total TD: 2; M.R. Illinois State, 10/23/2004 (kickoff and punt)

Punt/Kickoff/Returns, Season Youngstown State Kickoff Returns: 57; 1999 (15 games) Yards: 1,207; 1999 (15 games) Average: 25.4; 1990 (12 games) TDs: 2; 1990 (12 games) Punt Returns: 43; 1996 (11 games) Yards: 430; 1992 (15 games) Average: 16.6; 2010 (11 games) TDs: 2; 1969 (8), 1992 (12) Total Return TDs: 6; 2001 (11 games)

Opponent Kickoff Returns: 74; 1997 (15 games) Yards: 1,320; 2010 (11 games) Average: 24.0; 2010 (11 games) TDs: 2; 1977 (10), 1978 (12), 1981 (11) Punt Returns: 43; 1984 (11 games) Yards: 487; 1968 (9 games) Average: 13.9; 1968 (9 games) TDs: 2; 1970 (9), 1995 (11), 1997 (15) Total Return TDs: 4; 2004 (11 games)

Penalties, Game Youngstown State Total: 17; vs. Morehead State, Nov. 17, 1984 Yards: 158; vs. Morehead State, Nov. 17, 1984

Penalties, Season Youngstown State Most: 99; 1978 (12 games) Fewest: 47; 1995 (11 games) Yards: 940; 1978 (12 games) Fewest: 385; 1995 (11 games)

Opponent Total: 93; 1978 (12), 1985 (11) Fewest: 46; 1996 (11 games) Yards: 854; 1978 (12 games) Fewest: 450; 1996 (11 games)

Turnovers, Game Youngstown State Turnovers: 9; vs. Northern Michigan, Oct. 4, 1975 INTs: 6; vs. Towson State, Nov. 23, 1991 6; vs. Samford, Dec. 14, 1991 6; vs. Eastern Illinois, Dec. 7, 1978

Opponent Turnovers: 8; Samford, Dec. 14, 1991 INTs: 7; Western Illinois, Oct. 20, 1984

Turnovers, Season Turnovers: 43; 1980 (11 games) Fewest: 12; 1999 (15 games) INTs: 24; 1985 (11 games) Fewest: 5; 1996 (11 games) Fumbles Lost: 25; 1976 (10), 1977 (10) Fewest: 3; 2009 (11 games) Returns: 33; 1991 (15 games) Yards: 442; 1991 (15 games) Best Turnover Margin: +25; 1992 (15 games)

Opponent Turnovers: 56; 1991 (15 games) Fewest: 14; 1972 (9 games) INTs: 31; 1991 (15 games) Fewest: 4; 1970 (9 games) Fumbles Lost: 25; 1991 (15 games) Fewest: 6; 1972 (9 games) Returns: 24; 1985 (11 games) Yards: 438; 1985 (11 games) Best Turnover Margin: +18; 1970 (9 games)

Conversions, Season Youngstown State Third Down Conversions: 108; 1989, 1992 Third-Down Pct.: 51.9 (108-208); 1989 Fourth Down Conversions: 23; 1991 Fourth-Down Pct.: 90.9 (10-11); 2006

Opponent Third Down Conversions: 100; 1999 Third-Down Pct.: 48.9 (68-139); 2010 Fourth Down Conversions: 21-34; 1983 Fourth-Down Pct.: 77.8 (7-9); 1986

Miscellaneous

TB Tamron Smith set the school record with 22 100-yard rushing games in his career.

Mark Brungard had 10 200-plus yard passing performances during his career.

Youngstown State

Wins, Season: 14; 1994 Losses, Season: 9; 1986 and 1970 Consecutive Wins: 14; 1994 Consecutive Losses: 12; Nov. 1969-Sept. 1971 Consecutive Home Wins: 13; Oct. 1992-Oct. 1994

Consecutive Home Unbeaten Streak: 24; Oct. 1992-Sept. 1995 Consecutive Road Wins: 8; Oct. 1999-Oct. 2000 Consecutive Road Losses: 12; Nov. 1969-Oct. 1972 Consecutive MVFC Wins: 5; 11/21/1998 to 10/23/1999 Consecutive MVFC Losses: 7; 2010 Longest Unbeaten Streak: 20; Nov. 20, 1993-Dec. 17, 1994 Longest Winless Streak: 12; Nov. 1969-Sept. 1971 Longest Winning Streaks: 14; Sept. 10-Dec. 17, 1994 11; Nov. 2, 1991-Sept. 19, 1992 11; Sept. 1-Nov. 24, 1990 Best Regular-Season Records: 11-0; 1990 | 10-0-1; 1994 | 7-0-1; 1941 Consecutive Winning Seasons: 7; 1940-49; 1996-2002 Consecutive Losing Seasons: 5; 1967-1971 Consecutive Games Scoring: 92; 1980-88 Consecutive Games Points Allowed: 56; 1984-89 Consecutive Shutouts: 4; 1941-42 Consecutive Times Shutout: 2; 1952, 1971 Shutouts in a Season: 5, 1941 Times Shutout in a Season: 3, 1971 Games Scoring 10+ Points: 54; 1991-95 Games Allowing 10+ Points: 16; three times Biggest Halftime Comeback: 21; vs. Central Michigan, Nov, 11, 1972 Opponent Biggest Halftime Comeback: 26; Morehead State, Oct. 19, 1968 24; Delaware, Nov. 10, 1979 Biggest 4th-Quarter Comeback: 16 vs. Northern Michigan, Oct. 17, 1972 Opponent Biggest 4th-Quarter Comeback: 20; Southern Illinois, Nov. 11, 2000

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YSU SEASON-BY-SEASON STATS Offense Year-By-Year Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 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 1951 1949

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GP 11 11 12 11 14 11 11 12 11 11 12 15 11 15 11 11 15 15 15 15 12 13 11 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 13 12 10 10 9 10 10 9 8 9 8 9 9 9 7 9 10 9 9 8 10 8 9 8 9 9 8 9 8

Total Yds 4,532 3,691 4,033 4,035 5,343 4,205 3,757 3,832 3,449 4,478 3,637 5,704 3,461 5,342 3,503 3,619 5,014 5,129 5,486 5,130 4,443 4,975 3,390 4,124 4,176 4.093 3,628 4,151 3,484 3,571 2,600 5,228 4,636 3,159 3,318 2,944 3,609 2,919 348.6 2,277 3,307 2,344 2,870 3,038 2,897 1,668 -2,467 2,303 2,154 2,544 2,467 1,752 2,456 2,236 2,649 2,696 2,250 1,786 2,472

YPG 412.0 335.5 336.1 366.8 381.6 382.3 341.5 319.3 313.5 407.1 303.1 380.3 314.6 356.1 318.5 329.0 334.3 341.9 365.7 342.0 370.3 382.7 308.2 343.7 379.6 372.1 329.8 377.4 316.7 324.6 236.4 402.1 386.3 215.9 331.8 327.1 360.9 291.9 387.3 284.6 367.5 293.0 318.9 337.6 321.9 238.3 -246.7 255.9 239.3 318.0 246.7 219.0 272.9 279.5 294.3 299.5 281.3 198.4 309.0

Att. 503 400 462 458 581 474 465 508 519 569 579 704 529 754 578 448 651 745 742 852 626 743 467 482 464 488 561 471 543 540 613 682 700 514 525 434 563 508 371 341 354 288 346 490 456 381 -467 425 357 379 288 276 413 343 ---373 344

Rushing Yds YPG 2,365 215.0 1,313 119.4 1,988 165.7 2,161 196.5 3,132 223.7 2,108 191.6 1,879 170.8 2,147 178.9 2,169 197.2 3,083 280.3 2,017 168.1 2,982 198.8 2,093 190.3 3,190 212.7 2,144 194.9 1,460 132.7 2,526 168.4 3,598 239.9 3,096 206.4 3,534 235.6 2,686 223.8 3,323 255.6 1,863 169.4 1,647 137.3 1,839 167.2 1,687 153.4 1,876 170.5 1,743 158.5 2,044 185.8 2,280 207.3 1,530 139.1 2,930 225.4 3,010 250.8 1,860 186.0 1,848 184.8 1,745 193.9 2,445 244.5 1,761 176.1 1,363 151.4 1,105 138.1 1,287 143.0 684 85.5 1,015 112.8 2,124 236.0 1,965 218.3 1,223 174.7 --2,027 202.7 1,717 190.8 1,549 172.1 1,811 226.4 1,201 120.1 1,128 141.0 1,661 184.6 1,338 167.3 1,724 191.6 1,926 214.0 1,454 181.8 1,023 113.7 1,439 179.9

Passing TD Att. Comp. Int Pct. Yds YPG 30 309 180 8 58.3 2,167 197.0 8 348 223 14 64.1 2,378 216.2 17 308 186 11 60.4 2,045 170.4 28 284 176 6 62.0 1,874 170.4 38 317 181 12 57.1 2,211 157.9 23 288 170 8 59.0 2,097 190.6 16 280 163 10 58.2 1,878 170.7 19 284 143 11 50.3 1,685 140.4 19 178 88 6 49.4 1,280 116.4 35 188 110 10 58.5 1,395 126.8 23 210 114 6 54.3 1,620 135.0 32 310 181 8 58.4 2,722 181.5 18 197 109 8 55.3 1,368 124.4 44 266 156 8 58.6 2,152 143.5 24 178 95 5 53.4 1,359 123.5 14 321 172 9 53.6 2,159 196.3 27 330 194 9 58.8 2,488 163.5 45 236 134 4 56.8 1,531 102.1 41 287 162 10 56.5 2,390 159.3 39 222 114 14 51.4 1,596 106.4 23 203 109 7 53.7 1,757 158.8 34 244 125 8 51.2 1,652 127.1 19 285 156 17 54.7 1,527 138.8 13 368 219 11 59.5 2,477 206.4 15 341 199 11 58.4 2,337 212.5 12 332 174 24 52.4 2,406 218.7 17 279 135 20 48.4 1,752 159.3 12 312 168 16 53.8 2,408 218.9 19 314 148 19 46.5 1,440 130.9 25 207 91 15 44.0 1,291 117.4 13 227 86 23 37.9 1,070 97.3 34 302 146 17 48.3 2,298 176.8 32 226 101 18 44.7 1,626 135.5 27 194 85 8 43.8 1,299 129.9 16 223 111 14 49.8 1,470 147.0 14 166 78 15 47.0 1,199 133.2 27 159 80 12 50.3 1,164 116.4 12 193 80 15 41.4 1,148 114.8 13 267 139 9 51.9 2,123 235.8 6 209 97 13 46.4 1,172 146.5 15 338 154 17 45.6 2,020 224.5 3 232 94 18 40.5 1,660 207.5 12 281 121 21 43.1 1,855 206.1 15 143 66 11 46.1 914 101.6 19 135 63 13 46.6 932 103.6 -92 36 11 39.1 445 63.6 -------18 108 35 8 32.4 440 44.0 12 90 36 11 40.0 586 65.1 17 98 31 9 31.6 605 67.2 22 96 41 7 42.7 733 91.6 7 191 83 22 43.3 1,266 126.6 10 100 35 15 35.0 624 78.0 18 108 45 14 41.7 795 88.3 16 126 51 13 40.5 898 112.3 21 126 57 -- 45.2 925 102.8 23 100 47 -- 47.0 770 85.6 14 112 50 -- 44.6 796 99.5 9 168 64 21 38.1 763 84.8 8 140 66 17 47.1 1,033 129.1

1st 3rd Pen TD Downs Down Fum-Lost Pen Yds 12 246 76-159 14-9 65 614 18 200 69-165 11-3 68 627 19 219 63-158 18-9 49 393 7 212 76-156 14-9 58 431 17 277 84-179 13-5 76 634 17 227 74-159 20-8 59 461 17 193 60-161 24-8 64 542 14 219 65-173 17-14 63 520 7 177 54-154 29-15 56 540 8 225 60-145 33-19 62 488 17 198 78-179 19-11 55 520 21 299 93-206 14-4 65 510 12 197 62-158 21-11 48 409 11 297 92-206 27-13 73 659 9 181 73-170 19-9 51 458 11 201 73-174 26-16 47 385 22 268 85-209 24-14 73 676 7 275 90-197 31-16 82 744 13 308 108-224 18-9 75 669 9 286 84-220 34-18 73 641 16 235 57-156 25-10 53 436 11 283 108-208 38-11 67 568 2 189 69-165 21-10 51 496 15 225 84-188 15-4 74 641 10 235 74-167 12-5 73 665 18 214 71-162 25-10 91 717 11 194 61-177 21-14 102 798 18 201 46-152 35-18 83 730 6 166 54-162 34-17 73 544 8 184 -35-18 69 569 3 165 -29-20 79 759 21 272 -37-15 83 846 18 229 -36-22 99 940 8 184 -41-25 69 690 6 191 65-177 39-25 75 682 4 162 33-120 33-16 61 707 5 187 64-129 21-16 55 494 6 142 54-159 37-18 91 783 18 178 -20-12 68 589 7 124 -18-10 38 329 10 175 -29-16 41 321 12 107 -25-8 49 501 16 114 -33-17 57 486 9 --29-11 55 486 6 123 -23-12 58 681 3 -----------1 ---44 403 6 120 --42 391 5 94 -29-12 37 388 9 128 -25-11 49 447 12 114 -16-7 46 409 7 81 -21-9 47 415 2 122 -38-18 43 444 2 93 -20-9 -290 3 106 ----10 98 ----6 95 ----4 94 -35-20 -247 12 108 ---330

Pts 344 232 270 301 440 306 270 281 215 368 296 421 250 460 261 188 418 448 448 413 340 372 190 240 221 259 231 269 246 282 144 416 402 275 191 139 258 129 221 101 169 132 185 187 182 132 198 133 132 151 223 129 114 132 125 172 216 133 88 141

PPG 31.3 21.1 22.5 27.4 31.4 27.8 24.5 23.4 19.5 33.5 24.7 28.1 22.7 30.7 23.7 17.1 27.9 29.9 29.9 27.5 28.3 28.6 17.3 20.0 20.1 23.6 21.0 24.5 22.4 25.6 13.1 32.0 33.5 27.5 19.1 15.4 25.8 12.9 24.6 12.6 18.7 16.5 20.6 20.8 20.2 18.9 22.0 13.3 14.7 16.8 27.9 12.9 14.3 14.7 15.6 19.1 24.0 16.6 9.8 17.5

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YSU SEASON-BY-SEASON STATS Special Teams Year-By-Year Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1958 1957 1956

GP 11 11 12 11 14 11 11 12 11 11 12 15 11 15 11 11 15 15 15 15 12 13 11 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 13 12 10 10 9 10 10 9 8 9 8 9 9 9 7 10 9 9 8 10 8 9 8

Punt Returns No. Yds Avg. 15 249 16.6 18 150 8.3 18 216 12.0 34 337 9.9 39 186 7.8 21 188 9.0 24 171 7.1 29 210 7.2 25 207 8.3 32 503 15.7 29 175 6.0 16 97 6.1 27 210 7.8 38 295 7.8 43 254 5.9 19 247 4.6 36 259 7.2 31 280 9.0 36 430 11.9 36 184 5.1 10 97 9.7 25 128 5.1 21 149 7.9 28 213 7.6 20 124 6.2 15 84 5.6 43 132 3.1 35 222 6.3 38 277 7.3 35 194 6.3 21 126 6.0 15 82 5.5 28 231 8.3 17 101 5.9 20 102 5.1 33 269 8.2 26 227 8.4 18 61 3.3 30 142 4.7 14 56 4.0 13 47 3.6 20 238 11.9 10 72 7.2 22 302 13.7 19 79 4.2 ------------13 200 15.4 12 112 9.3 11 130 11.8 9 80 8.9 15 138 9.2

LG 86 31 39 76 64 36 27 30 66 77 23 21 24 24 18 14 28 36 71 15 37 14 23 44 28 12 22 25 81 60 19 46 37 26 42 -70 ----52 ---92 ---------

TD 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 -1 0 0 0 0 2 -------1 -----

Kickoff Returns No. Yds Avg. LG TDs 54 907 16.8 39 0 40 790 19.8 37 0 55 1,190 21.6 57 0 34 680 20.0 38 0 39 720 18.5 33 0 15 313 20.9 44 0 42 799 19.0 75 0 43 981 22.8 78 0 27 507 18.8 42 0 33 715 21.7 89 1 31 574 18.5 48 0 57 1,207 21.2 46 0 47 808 17.2 34 0 34 675 19.9 37 0 23 428 18.6 57 0 45 876 19.5 43 0 34 835 24.6 81 0 43 801 18.6 39 1 51 1,024 20.1 58 0 46 1,005 21.9 88 0 31 787 25.4 91 2 42 911 21.7 55 0 49 1,045 21.3 57 0 46 971 21.1 53 0 45 754 16.8 30 0 39 727 18.6 53 0 29 515 17.8 29 0 43 951 22.1 91 1 39 680 17.4 43 0 31 434 14.0 27 0 35 660 14.7 58 0 33 555 16.8 52 0 39 647 16.6 44 0 31 379 12.2 23 0 31 561 18.1 39 0 22 394 17.9 --27 485 17.9 30 0 44 835 18.9 -0 38 591 15.5 -0 31 396 12.8 -0 57 893 15.7 -0 -----47 846 18.0 --35 632 18.1 --25 310 12.4 ---------------------------21 288 13.7 -0 26 337 13.0 -0 31 611 19.7 -0 25 484 19.4 -1

Punts No. Yards Avg. 43 1,698 39.5 52 1,911 36.8 55 2,200 40.0 51 1,875 36.8 60 2,222 37.0 46 1,693 36.8 62 2,372 38.3 67 2,585 38.6 68 2,416 35.5 50 1,829 36.6 65 2,471 38.0 63 2,549 40.5 59 2,144 36.3 75 2,655 35.4 67 2,440 36.4 60 1,953 32.6 71 2,821 39.7 60 2,330 38.8 64 2,302 36.0 64 2,245 35.1 52 1,793 34.5 58 1,907 32.9 55 2,022 36.8 66 2,435 36.9 54 2,007 37.2 59 2,468 41.8 85 3,475 40.9 59 2,351 39.9 64 2,555 39.9 74 3,027 40.9 83 3,074 37.0 47 1,905 40.5 55 1,995 36.3 42 1,566 38.2 46 1,729 37.5 46 1,795 39.0 51 1,962 38.5 62 2,272 36.6 51 1,912 37.5 62 2,161 35.6 57 1,567 27.5 62 2,036 32.8 68 2,489 36.6 51 1,684 33.0 62 2,165 34.9 41 1,335 32.6 49 1,593 32.5 41 1,479 36.1 43 1,524 35.4 34 1,075 31.6 50 1,614 32.3 33 1,032 31.3 39 1,310 33.6 38 1,257 33.1

TEAM RECORDS LG 69 67 66 57 52 67 70 60 52 54 85 61 55 67 56 53 66 53 67 66 59 55 60 49 55 73 66 60 64 67 57 60 59 63 72 69 70 75 56 67 47 60 ---57 ---------

Points Per Game Defense 1. 1962 2. 1994 3. 1953 4. 1996 5. 1974 6. 1990 6. 1975 7. 1956 8. 1963 9. 1959 10. 1955

9.9 10.1 11.0 11.6 11.8 12.2 12.2 12.3 12.7 12.9 13.1

Rush Defense Yards Per Game 1. 1965 2. 1978 3. 1994 4. 1981 5. 1982 6. 1997 7. 1966 8. 1967 9. 1979 10. 1991

69.1 83.3 85.7 104.6 110.3 113.2 118.2 118.7 119.0 122.2

Pass Defense Yards Per Game 1. 1966 2. 1956 3. 1963 4. 1958 5. 1969 6. 1959 7. 1962 8. 1961 9. 1957 10. 1971

25.3 60.6 65.1 81.1 87.1 87.9 90.0 92.0 94.0 95.1

Total Defense Yards Per Game 1. 1965 2. 1963 3. 1978 4. 1962 5. 1956 6. 1966 7. 1994 8. 1974 9. 1996 10. 1958

192.3 202.8 232.4 238.4 240.4 243.6 249.3 250.5 253.2 256.8

Winning Percentage 1. 1994 2. 1941 3. 1990 4. 1946 4. 1953 6. 1993 6. 1997 8. 1979 9. 1978 10. 1940

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14-0-1.967 7-0-1 .940 11-1 .917 7-1 .875 7-1 .875 13-2 .867 13-2 .867 11-2 .846 10-2 .833 7-1-1 .830

Points Per Game 1. 2001 1. 1978 3. 1979 4. 2006 5. 2010 6. 1997 7. 1993 7. 1992 9. 1989 10. 1990

33.5 33.5 32.0 31.4 31.3 30.7 29.9 29.9 28.6 28.3

Total Offense Yards Per Game 1. 2010 2. 2001 3. 1979 4. 1972 5. 1978 6. 1989 7. 2005 8. 2006 9. 1999 10. 1986

412.0 407.1 402.1 387.3 386.3 382.7 382.3 381.6 380.3 379.6

Rushing Yards Per Game 1. 2001 2. 1989 3. 1978 4. 1974 5. 1993 6. 1991 7. 1960 8. 1979 9. 1990 10. 2006

280.3 255.6 250.8 244.5 239.9 235.6 226.4 225.4 223.8 223.7

Passing Yards Per Game 1. 1972 2. 1970 3. 1983 4. 1985 5. 2009 6. 1986 7. 1969 8. 1987 9. 1968 10. 2010

235.8 224.5 218.9 218.7 216.2 212.5 207.5 206.4 206.1 197.0

10-WIn Seasons 1. 1994 2. 1997 2. 1993 4. 1999 4. 1991 6. 2006 6. 1992 6. 1990 6. 1979 10. 1978

14 13 13 12 12 11 11 11 11 10

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GP 11 11 12 11 14 11 11 12 11 11 12 15 11 15 11 11 15 15 15 15 12 13 11 12 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 13 12 10 10 9 10 10 9 8 9 8 9 9 9 7 9 10 9 9 8 10 8 9 8 9 8

Total Yds 4,532 3,531 4,592 3,500 5,046 3,634 4,158 4,703 3,064 3,218 3,494 6,178 4,140 4,292 2,785 3,611 3,739 4,833 5,416 4,641 3,687 4,020 4,317 3,956 4,521 4,032 3,094 3,812 3,197 3,352 3,030 3,593 2,789 2,948 3,178 2,476 2,505 2,733 2,790 2,507 3,147 3,286 2,704 2,420 2,192 1,346 -2,028 2,146 2,601 2,265 2,590 2,054 2,412 1,923 2,931 2,344

YPG 411.2 321.0 382.7 318.2 360.4 330.4 378.0 391.9 278.5 292.5 291.2 411.9 376.4 286.1 253.2 328.3 249.3 322.2 361.1 309.4 307.3 309.2 392.5 329.7 411.0 366.6 281.3 346.5 290.6 304.7 275.5 276.4 232.4 294.8 317.8 275.1 250.5 273.3 310.0 313.4 349.7 410.8 300.4 268.9 243.6 192.3 -202.8 238.4 289.0 283.1 259.0 256.8 268.0 240.4 325.7 293.0

Att. 368 405 495 410 498 398 483 568 451 440 459 601 465 530 436 453 511 590 628 553 461 477 506 531 541 504 408 475 425 447 431 494 453 519 521 460 480 444 432 429 469 473 443 329 383 255 -414 347 428 370 420 439 436 399 471 --

Rushing Yds YPG 1,727 157.0 1,513 137.5 2,429 202.4 1,430 130.0 2,378 169.9 1,468 133.5 2,111 191.9 2,699 224.9 1,414 128.5 1,507 137.0 1,645 137.1 2,963 197.5 1,974 179.5 1,698 113.2 1,485 135.0 1,768 160.7 1,285 85.7 2,047 138.3 2,793 186.2 1,833 122.2 1,631 135.9 1,941 149.3 2,113 192.1 1,929 160.8 2,806 255.1 1,967 178.8 1,360 123.6 1,688 153.5 1,213 110.3 1,151 104.6 1,619 147.2 1,547 119.0 999 83.3 1,740 174.0 2,017 201.7 1,578 175.3 1,351 135.1 1,439 143.9 1,653 183.6 1,746 218.3 2,052 228.0 1,944 243.0 1,296 144.0 1,068 118.7 1,064 118.2 484 69.1 --1,377 137.7 1,336 148.4 1,773 197.0 1,244 155.5 1,711 171.1 1,405 175.6 1,566 174.0 1,438 179.8 1,817 201.9 1,441 180.1

Passing TD Att. Comp. Int Pct. Yds 15 328 209 7 63.7 2,796 18 297 182 12 61.3 2,018 31 295 170 12 57.6 2,163 15 296 179 11 60.5 2,070 24 390 223 15 57.2 2,668 10 323 182 18 56.3 2,166 14 308 163 7 52.9 2,047 21 300 160 13 53.3 2,004 10 280 153 9 54.6 1,650 11 297 161 14 54.2 1,711 11 327 168 20 51.4 1,849 25 455 281 18 61.8 3,215 21 323 176 14 54.5 2,166 12 443 215 13 48.5 2,594 9 256 121 10 47.3 1,300 11 313 169 16 54.0 1,843 8 447 240 26 53.7 2,454 16 467 241 21 51.6 2,759 23 431 239 25 55.5 2,623 15 460 249 31 54.1 2,808 9 361 178 22 49.3 2,056 19 331 164 20 49.6 2,079 17 270 154 13 57.0 2,204 21 312 167 10 53.5 2,027 21 218 120 8 55.0 1,715 17 245 125 15 51.0 2,065 11 327 136 13 41.6 1,734 16 292 133 17 45.5 2,124 12 314 148 19 47.1 1,984 14 331 161 15 48.5 2,201 15 261 106 13 40.6 1,420 14 337 152 27 45.1 2,046 9 305 139 27 45.6 1,790 15 204 89 13 43.6 1,208 18 152 79 17 52.3 1,161 10 129 56 7 43.4 898 10 188 82 19 43.0 1,154 16 200 81 21 40.5 1,279 15 184 82 7 44.5 1,139 18 125 53 6 42.4 761 29 172 85 4 49.4 1,095 19 190 85 12 44.7 1,342 12 220 107 8 48.6 1,408 8 221 94 11 42.5 1,352 9 207 89 11 42.9 1,128 -- 170 79 17 46.5 862 ------13 137 55 12 40.1 651 10 135 61 15 45.2 810 15 123 53 10 43.1 828 20 159 79 13 49.7 1,021 17 169 58 18 34.3 879 16 112 49 9 43.8 649 21 124 60 7 48.4 846 10 92 30 8 32.6 485 20 169 76 18 45.0 1,114 14 147 66 -- 44.9 903

YPG 254.2 183.5 180.2 188.2 190.6 133.5 186.1 167.0 150.0 155.5 137.1 214.3 196.9 172.9 118.2 167.6 163.6 183.9 174.9 187.2 171.3 159.9 200.4 168.9 155.9 187.7 157.6 193.1 180.4 200.1 129.1 157.4 149.2 120.8 116.1 99.8 115.4 127.9 126.4 95.1 121.7 167.8 156.4 150.2 25.3 123.1 -65.1 90.0 92.0 127.6 87.9 81.1 94.0 60.6 123.8 112.8

1st 3rd TD Downs Down Fum-Lost Pen 26 220 68-139 19-8 64 11 200 65-144 14-9 64 10 237 65-151 14-9 68 10 189 62-159 19-9 61 16 267 61-170 21-13 68 11 198 65-157 19-8 60 13 206 65-173 20-9 77 9 243 55-170 24-11 75 8 173 65-169 29-15 83 11 180 48-159 30-22 60 10 189 51-167 14-10 70 21 329 100-206 19-8 91 13 230 73-155 28-8 63 15 240 67-213 31-18 75 5 159 47-171 19-13 46 10 196 49-152 21-11 53 10 220 76-217 34-19 80 12 261 70-199 28-16 98 14 308 90-210 26-19 84 15 259 68-215 34-25 82 8 206 56-169 31-15 63 11 213 66-164 34-18 59 16 231 70-167 26-13 59 5 224 76-176 31-11 71 13 239 68-142 26-18 70 17 184 60-155 32-16 93 9 165 47-168 24-9 83 16 184 55-169 28-12 66 17 169 55-165 27-15 79 10 183 -37-19 82 12 137 -25-20 74 10 196 -33-18 76 10 164 -40-25 93 9 156 -31-18 62 10 158 54-143 47-27 60 4 129 45-136 29-15 62 3 113 40-134 25-21 52 8 148 54-148 31-17 62 10 142 -11-6 64 8 133 -16-8 45 12 157 -18-11 52 14 163 -22-11 58 14 145 -29-14 43 14 --20-14 44 7 119 -34-16 35 4 ---------6 ---43 3 97 --35 8 120 -29-14 33 6 121 -29-15 33 2 130 -23-15 58 4 120 -23-15 50 5 126 -34-24 42 5 89 -22-17 -8 132 -32-17 -6 103 ----

Pen Yds 608 543 583 428 526 509 639 711 656 498 618 760 591 749 450 528 802 800 709 766 534 494 549 553 621 809 673 510 573 774 690 609 854 536 716 518 483 561 565 451 508 632 418 439 512 --407 316 352 340 529 490 435 310 617 375

Pts 347 243 351 203 323 178 272 283 201 191 189 363 261 233 128 236 152 232 295 259 146 245 267 231 288 286 210 270 248 215 251 209 182 205 217 110 118 200 197 184 323 243 255 166 125 93 127 127 89 157 176 129 148 171 98 211 140

PPG 31.5 22.1 29.2 18.5 23.1 16.2 24.7 23.6 18.3 17.4 15.8 24.2 23.7 15.5 11.6 21.5 10.1 15.5 19.7 17.1 12.2 18.8 24.3 19.3 26.2 26.0 19.1 24.5 22.5 19.5 22.8 16.1 15.2 20.5 21.7 12.2 11.8 20.0 21.8 23.0 35.9 30.4 28.3 18.4 13.9 13.3 14.1 12.7 9.9 17.4 22.0 12.9 18.5 19.0 12.3 23.4 17.5

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ANNUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS Rushing Yards Year 1949 1951 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player Al Campana Ralph Goldston Dave Kimmel Dave Kimmel Ray Carter Ralph Morelli Frank Horvath Frank Horvath Frank Horvath Phil Williams Sanford Rivers Dick Adipotti Ken Kacenga Ken Kacenga Dick Banks Rosie Blackwell Rosie Blackwell Dave Garden Dave Garden John Kinch Dave Garden Marschell Brumfield Marschell Brumfield Marschell Brumfield Robby Robson Robby Robson Paris Wicks Paris Wicks Robert L. Thompson John Murphy Robert L. Thompson Rod Love Lorenzo Davis Lorenzo Davis Archie Herring Archie Herring Tamron Smith Tamron Smith Tamron Smith Shawn Patton Jake Andreadis Adrian Brown Jake Andreadis Adrian Brown Adrian Brown P.J. Mays P.J. Mays P.J. Mays Josh Cayson Monquantae Gibson Marcus Mason Marcus Mason Kevin Smith Kamryn Keys Kevin Smith Jamaine Cook

Passing Yards

Receiving Yards No. 78 83 168 133 84 78 150 138 117 129 122 64 132 125 80 159 116 128 187 251 112 138 119 163 268 269 245 282 120 173 126 147 131 110 166 221 301 322 287 322 138 164 195 194 320 184 227 225 135 124 176 302 123 136 182 241

Yards Avg. TD 387 4.9 4 469 5.7 2 940 5.6 6 790 5.9 6 385 4.6 1 447 5.7 3 1,010 6.7 9 1,006 7.3 10 525 4.5 4 656 5.0 7 476 3.9 3 600 9.3 6 692 5.2 4 614 4.9 7 310 3.8 1 773 4.9 7 586 5.1 4 604 4.9 7 808 4.3 4 1,158 4.6 10 523 4.3 7 641 4.6 3 493 4.1 15 866 5.3 14 1,144 4.3 24 897 3.3 7 1,363 5.6 16 1,392 4.9 10 506 4.2 4 685 4.0 3 492 3.9 4 691 4.7 4 647 4.9 2 581 5.2 6 1,095 6.6 12 904 4.0 11 1,545 5.1 10 1,403 4.3 21 1,433 4.9 20 1,626 5.0 14 593 4.3 6 655 4.0 11 1,057 5.4 11 884 4.6 8 1,589 5.0 17 781 4.2 10 1,446 6.4 21 1,284 5.0 11 707 5.2 4 680 5.5 5 892 5.1 8 1,847 6.1 23 610 5.0 10 804 5.9 5 780 4.3 4 1,276 5.3 11

Lorenzo Davis led the team in rushing twice (1987 and 1988) and receiving once (1989).

Year 1949 1951 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player Frank Davanzo John Boliver Tony Cougras Tom Smolanovich Tom Smolanovich Paul Ceremuga Dave Johnson Fred Quatro Frank Horvath Bill Leshnock Barry Rose Craig Cotton Dave DelSignore Dave DelSignore Dave DelSignore Bob Ferranti Bob Ferranti Bob Ferranti Dave Ferguson Dave Ferguson Bob Davie Russ Musiel Jim Ferranti Jim Ferranti Jim Ferranti Joe Koken Jeff Patterson Jeff Patterson John Goode Frank Pokorny Rick Shepas Rick Shepas Maury Bibent Dave McIntosh Lorenzo Davis Ray Ellington Andre Ballinger Herb Williams Don Zwisler Don Zwisler William Walker Renauld Ray Willis Marshall Renauld Ray Elliott Giles Eugene Mintze Jerald Burley Jerald Burley Kyle Smith Kyle Smith Kyle Smith T.J. Peterson Ferlando Williams Dominique Barnes Donald Jones Dominique Barnes

No. 22 11 15 14 14 39 16 10 12 13 9 24 23 43 36 46 36 43 28 38 22 31 47 42 75 24 23 28 45 43 61 54 49 27 33 37 30 72 33 49 42 25 40 26 62 26 21 20 29 28 37 53 42 38 77 67

Yards 284 166 290 253 317 615 271 208 192 137 139 280 441 722 843 808 514 725 369 674 259 406 690 857 1,276 260 337 611 974 549 959 821 637 286 547 696 408 1,306 527 861 651 507 490 562 1,301 356 314 363 530 444 482 767 499 368 790 911

Avg. 12.9 15.1 19.3 18.1 22.6 15.8 16.9 20.8 16.0 10.5 15.4 11.7 19.2 16.8 23.4 17.5 14.4 16.8 13.2 18.4 11.7 13.1 14.7 20.4 17.0 10.8 13.7 21.8 21.2 12.8 15.7 15.2 13.0 10.6 16.6 18.8 13.6 18.1 16.0 17.6 15.5 20.3 12.3 21.6 21.0 13.7 15.0 18.1 18.3 15.9 13.0 14.5 11.9 9.7 10.3 13.6

TD 3 3 1 0 4 8 4 2 2 0 1 3 6 8 7 4 4 7 0 2 0 2 2 10 13 1 2 4 11 7 3 2 4 1 2 5 3 9 3 9 3 2 1 7 8 1 3 3 3 2 5 7 2 3 6 4

Year 1949 1951 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Donald Jones caught a school record 77 passes in 2009.

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Player Att.-Comp. Pct. Yds TD Robert Gibson 92-49 53.2 754 10 George Ceremuga 65-24 36.9 339 0 Jerry Cox 73-35 48.0 567 2 Mike Santor 52-20 38.5 345 0 Harold Green 66-22 33.3 433 4 Harold Green 187-81 43.3 1,245 12 Harold Green 75-36 48.0 643 8 Ben Bruno 53-18 31.5 260 2 Ben Bruno 50-24 48.0 337 4 Ben Bruno 82-29 35.0 321 1 Joe Roth 68-27 39.7 372 3 Joe Piunno 127-61 48.0 911 6 Joe Roth 90-43 47.8 664 6 Denny Klembara 280-121 43.2 1,855 16 Denny Klembara 223-93 41.7 1,639 12 Ron Jaworski 200-98 49.0 1,411 7 Ron Jaworski 190-87 45.8 1,059 7 Ron Jaworski 259-139 53.6 2,123 18 Cliff Stoudt 151-64 42.3 962 4 Cliff Stoudt 154-77 50.0 1,144 5 Cliff Stoudt 135-66 48.9 1,022 2 Cliff Stoudt 197-96 48.7 1,259 5 Keith Snoddy 133-56 42.1 832 7 Keith Snoddy 199-86 43.2 1,332 14 Keith Snoddy 209-103 49.3 1,623 15 Les Pakalnis 114-41 36.0 520 2 Jamie DeVore 151-62 41.0 947 8 Griffin Keys 104-56 53.8 758 4 Jamie DeVore 124-75 60.5 1,021 9 Trenton Lykes 135-67 49.6 833 8 Bob Courtney 203-101 49.8 1,473 11 Trenton Lykes 315-190 60.3 2,138 10 Trenton Lykes 365-216 59.2 2,452 15 Frank Edie 128-71 55.4 717 0 Ray Isaac 200-100 50.0 1,299 9 Ray Isaac 186-99 53.2 1,597 14 Ray Isaac 195-100 51.3 1,383 7 Nick Cochran 254-145 57.1 2,196 12 Mark Brungard 224-129 57.6 1,504 7 Mark Brungard 314-189 60.2 2,453 21 Mark Brungard 311-165 53.0 2,010 10 Demond Tidwell 119-68 57.1 921 6 Demond Tidwell 242-147 60.7 1,961 9 Jeff Ryan 152-84 55.2 1,036 8 Jeff Ryan 288-172 59.7 2,573 19 Jeff Ryan 192-105 54.7 1,416 15 Jeff Ryan 161-96 59.6 1,201 8 Aaron Marshall 98-51 52.0 711 6 Aaron Marshall 224-111 49.6 1,316 12 Tom Zetts 255-154 60.4 1,822 16 Tom Zetts 258-154 59.7 1,949 14 Tom Zetts 301-171 56.8 2,086 14 Tom Zetts 277-173 62.5 1,845 7 Brandon Summers 195-122 62.6 1,540 18 Brandon Summers 219-341 64.2 2,329 17 Kurt Hess 179-304 58.9 2,117 12

Jamie DeVore led the squad in passing in 1981 and 1983.

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ANNUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS Scoring Year 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player Matzie Perantoni Jim Heber Tony Aiello Pete Lanzi Al Perl Pete Lanzi Al Campana Al Campana Frank Davanzo Ralph Goldston John Boliver Lee Bobo Dick Franco Joe Guido Frank Beck Walter Dawson John Rouse Dave Kimmel Tom Richards Paul Ceremuga Frank Horvath Frank Horvath Frank Horvath Phil Williams Dick Adipotti Dick Adipotti Dick Adipotti Dave DelSignore Dave DelSignore Roosevelt Blackwell Roosevelt Blackwell Bob Ferranti Dave Garden John Kinch Cliff Stoudt Cliff Stoudt Marschell Brumfield Marschell Brumfield Robby Robson Robby Robson Paris Wicks Paul McFadden John Goode John Dowling John Dowling Lorenzo Davis Lorenzo Davis Darren Morgan Robert Fozkos Jeff Wilkins Leo Hawkins Tamron Smith Tamron Smith Shawn Patton Jake Andreadis Jon Dorma Adrian Brown Adrian Brown Mark Griffith Adrian Brown P.J. Mays P.J. Mays P.J. Mays Nick Terracina Nick Terracina Brian Palmer Marcus Mason Brian Palmer Brian Palmer Stephen Blose Stephen Blose

All-Purpose Yardage

Total Offensive Yards TD 6 3 7 6 13 8 8 10 5 5 3 5 5 4 9 8 5 6 5 8 11 11 6 7 8 6 7 8 9 7 4 7 4 10 7 7 15 15 20 7 17 11 11 0 0 10 2 0 0 0 14 21 20 17 6 0 11 20 0 18 10 22 13 0 0 0 23 0 0 0 0

XP 0 3 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 8 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 0 26 25 0 0 16 43 34 0 0 0 0 0 18 0 1 24 0 0 0 0 29 31 39 0 34 33 27 38

2P FG Pts. 0 0 36 0 0 21 0 0 43 0 0 37 0 0 78 0 0 50 0 0 48 0 0 61 0 0 30 0 0 30 0 0 18 0 0 30 0 0 30 0 0 31 0 0 62 0 0 48 0 0 38 0 0 36 0 0 30 2 0 50 1 0 68 0 0 66 0 0 36 0 0 42 0 0 48 0 0 36 0 0 44 0 0 48 1 0 56 0 0 42 0 0 24 0 0 42 0 0 24 0 0 60 0 0 43 0 0 42 0 0 90 0 0 90 0 0 120 0 0 42 1 0 104 0 17 72 0 0 66 0 9 53 0 14 67 1 0 62 0 0 12 0 12 52 0 17 94 1 17 86 0 0 84 0 0 126 0 0 120 0 0 102 0 0 36 0 6 36 0 0 66 0 0 122 0 10 54 0 0 108 0 0 60 0 0 132 0 0 78 0 13 60 0 11 64 0 7 60 0 0 138 0 14 76 0 5 48 0 9 54 0 12 74

Year 1949 1951 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player Robert Gibson Ralph Goldston Dave Kimmel Dave Kimmel Harold Green Harold Green Frank Horvath Frank Horvath Phil Williams Dick Adipotti Joe Piunno Joe Roth Denny Klembara Denny Klembara Ron Jaworski Ron Jaworski Ron Jaworski Cliff Stoudt Cliff Stoudt Cliff Stoudt Cliff Stoudt Keith Snoddy Keith Snoddy Keith Snoddy Robby Robson Paris Wicks Paris Wicks Jamie DeVore Trenton Lykes Bob Courtney Trenton Lykes Trenton Lykes Frank Edie Ray Isaac Ray Isaac Ray Isaac Nick Cochran Mark Brungard Mark Brungard Mark Brungard Demond Tidwell Demond Tidwell Jeff Ryan Jeff Ryan Jeff Ryan Jeff Ryan P.J. Mays Aaron Marshall Tom Zetts Tom Zetts Tom Zetts Tom Zetts Brandon Summers Brandon Summers Kurt Hess

Plays 121 114 178 139 98 230 156 147 135 99 127 134 330 294 222 229 311 227 241 254 349 243 328 316 269 247 285 159 206 252 418 479 156 409 315 381 368 346 436 428 198 356 285 482 343 298 256 327 310 296 383 334 272 407 366

Rush 83 469 940 790 74 259 1,010 1,006 656 463 -64 46 -148 -61 -23 -109 -22 180 169 406 317 290 463 349 897 1,363 1,392 30 147 110 198 25 7 462 355 471 311 331 204 174 24 272 364 638 349 521 1,284 254 -20 3 334 213 190 -16 141

Pass 754 162 0 0 433 1,245 188 20 52 111 911 664 1,855 1,639 1,411 1,059 2,123 962 1,144 1,022 1,259 832 1,332 1,623 0 53 11 1,021 833 1,473 2,138 2,452 717 1,642 1,597 1,383 2,196 1,504 2,453 2,010 921 1,961 1,036 2,573 1,416 1,201 0 1,316 1,822 1,949 2,086 1,845 1,540 2,329 2,117

Total 837 631 940 790 507 1,504 1,198 1,026 708 574 847 710 1,707 1,578 1,388 950 2,101 1,142 1,313 1,428 1,576 1,122 1,795 1,972 897 1,795 1,403 1,051 980 1,583 2,336 2,477 724 2,104 1,952 1,854 2,507 1,835 2,657 2,184 945 2,233 1,400 3,211 1,765 1,722 1,284 1,570 1,802 1,952 2,420 2,058 1,730 2,313 2,258

QB Mark Brungard led the Guins three times in total offense from 1993-95.

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Year 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player Dave Kimmel Dave Kimmel Ray Carter Paul Ceremuga Frank Horvath Frank Horvath Frank Horvath Phil Williams Dick Adipotti Ken Kacenga Ken Kacenga Ken Kacenga Dave DelSignore Roosevelt Blackwell Roosevelt Blackwell Dave Garden Dave Garden John Kinch Russ Musiel Marschell Brumfield Jim Ferranti Marschell Brumfield Jim Ferranti Robby Robson Paris Wicks Paris Wicks Robert Thompson John Murphy Robert Thompson Rick Shepas Lorenzo Davis Lorenzo Davis Archie Herring Archie Herring Tamron Smith Tamron Smith Darnell Clark Shawn Patton Jake Andreadis Adrian Brown Jake Andreadis Jake Andreadis Adrian Brown P.J. Mays P.J. Mays P.J. Mays Josh Cayson Josh Cayson Marcus Mason Marcus Mason Ferlando Williams Kamryn Keys Dominique Barnes Jamaine Cook

Rush Rec Ret 940 98 210 790 33 230 385 10 146 3 615 62 1,010 188 70 1,006 148 N/A 525 192 N/A 656 52 N/A 463 111 N/A 486 206 68 692 139 71 614 67 353 15 843 379 773 296 0 586 89 0 604 230 63 808 14 0 1,158 18 0 0 318 320 641 -9 0 -7 690 177 866 150 307 5 1,276 328 897 185 25 1,363 95 240 1,392 222 99 506 58 682 685 60 240 492 255 500 10 821 111 647 592 0 581 247 0 1,095 26 565 904 32 611 1,545 57 0 1,403 66 0 1,166 48 607 1,626 306 129 593 258 24 655 4 0 1,057 130 501 545 151 278 1,589 93 0 781 56 62 1,446 141 23 1,284 192 0 707 40 428 674 217 88 892 9 103 1,847 79 0 464 499 90 804 43 0 -21 762 391 1,276 219 393

Yds. 1,248 1,053 541 680 1,268 1,154 717 708 574 760 902 1,034 1,237 1,069 675 897 822 1,176 638 632 860 1,323 1,609 1,107 1,698 1,713 1,246 985 1,247 942 1,239 828 1,686 1,547 1,602 1,469 1,822 2,061 875 659 1,688 974 1,682 899 1,610 1,476 1,175 978 1,014 1,926 1,053 847 1,132 1,888

TB Marcus Mason set the school mark for 100yard games in a season with 10 in 2006.

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ANNUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS Interceptions

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

Player Tom Perantoni Tom Perantoni Bill Sperlazza Ed Polak Jerry Tuscano Greg Fitzpatrick Greg Fitzpatrick Ron Pentz Bob Lombardi Brett Modic Jeff Gergel Joe Schartner Mark Derthick Pat Toler Pat Toler Pat Narduzzi Jerry Pacifico Paul Soltis Paul Soltis Mike Cochran Derek Pixley Ron Brown Marcus Evans Leon Jones Reggie Lee Leon Jones Kawonza Swan Dwyte Smiley Dwyte Smiley Ian Dominelli Tim Johnson Jon Tekac Russell Stuvaints Jon Tekac Yancey Marcum Jeremiah Wright James Terry Marty Hutchinson Jeremiah Wright Brandian Ross Taylor Hill John Sasson

UT 30 33 42 56 57 91 44 59 55 75 49 51 48 68 70 74 112 108 62 60 77 74 103 66 95 27 49 77 98 92 34 48 48 56 33 44 74 41 49 28 44

AT 59 65 57 58 52 40 57 56 39 44 66 53 111 95 89 64 73 67 52 36 56 51 74 63 21 53 43 46 126 88 35 21 61 58 58 27 54 35 49 37 45

Total 89 98 114 114 128 109 131 101 115 94 119 115 104 159 163 159 138 185 175 114 96 133 125 177 129 116 80 92 123 224 180 69 69 109 114 91 71 111 76 98 65 89

Year 1965 1966 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Marty Hutchinson played through a broken left hand to record 111 tackles in 2006.

Player Dick Adipotti Chad Rudzik Don Cramb Ron Yoder Three Players Ron Yoder Al Campman Al Campman Ron Pentz Joe Bell Kevin Statzer Kevin Statzer Kevin Statzer Pat Durina Larry Grist Dave Peters Mick O’Hara Dave Peters Terry Chatman Larry Toles Larry Toles Jason Price Pete Rekstis Pete Rekstis Three Players Dave Roberts Randy Smith Dave Roberts Leon Jones Lester Weaver Eugene Lewis Anthony Pannunzio Dwyte Smiley Dwyte Smiley Jake Anderson Kawonza Swan Jake Anderson Tim Johnson Tim Johnson LeVar Greene Sherod Holmes Mike Bracken Waymann Peters Jason Perry Codera Jackson Codera Jackson Jason Perry Three Players De’Angelo Wilson Three Players Brandian Ross

No. 4 3 5 3 2 2 5 5 2 4 4 9 8 4 4 3 3 8 4 4 5 2 4 3 3 8 8 9 5 7 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 5 7 3 3 4 3 6 4 4 2 5 2 3

Yds. 101 17 138 15 17 13 42 14 58 48 43 77 79 12 28 7 102 48 56 105 -6 -3 37 75 141 39 67 136 0 12 34 56 24 38 47 75 87 73 1 18 43 70 103 48 141 72 15

Dwyte Smiley led the Guins in tackles during the 1997 and 1998 seasons.

TDs 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0

DEFENSIVE SHUTOUTS (61) Date Score Sept. 26, 2009 __________ YSU 28, Indiana State 0 Sept. 13, 2008 __________ YSU 38, Central State 0 Oct. 8, 2005 _____________ YSU 45, Indiana State 0 Sept. 17, 2005 ________________YSU 42, Liberty 0 Sept. 8, 2001 _________________ YSU 44, Clarion 0 Sept. 9, 2000 ________________ YSU 33, Edinboro 0 Nov. 1, 1997 _____________ YSU 13, Illinois State 0 Oct. 4, 1997 _____________ YSU 31, Indiana State 0 Sept. 7, 1996 ____________ YSU 22, Slippery Rock 0 Aug. 29, 1996 ________________ YSU 28, Wofford 0 Nov. 20, 1993 __________________YSU 19, Akron 0 Oct. 16, 1993 _________________YSU 42, Liberty 0 Dec. 14, 1991 _______________ YSU 10, Samford 0 Sept. 7, 1991 ________________ YSU 24, Edinboro 0 Nov. 10, 1990 ___________ YSU 13, Towson State 0 Nov. 3, 1990 ____________________YSU 27, Ohio 0 Oct. 14, 1989 ___________ YSU 44, Northeastern 0 Oct. 6, 1984 ___________ YSU 51, Tennessee Tech 0 Nov. 8, 1980 ___________ YSU 22, Western Illinois 0 Oct. 4, 1980 _____________________YSU 0, Akron 0 Dec. 1, 1979 ____________YSU 52, Alabama A&M 0 Sept. 29, 1979 __________YSU 29, Northern Iowa 0 Oct. 18, 1975 _________ YSU 28, Morehead State 0 Sept. 20, 1975 ________ YSU 15, Tennessee Tech 0 Sept. 13, 1975 __________ YSU 10, Central State 0 Nov. 6, 1974 ___________________YSU 30, Akron 0 Oct. 12, 1974 _________ YSU 23, Tennessee Tech 0 Nov. 17, 1973 ____________ YSU 44, Indiana (Pa.) 0 Nov. 13, 1971 ______ YSU 14, Gustavus Adolphus 0 Sept. 25, 1971 __________ YSU 30, Central State 0 Oct. 14, 1967 ____ YSU 35, S. Connecticut State 0 Oct. 16, 1965 ______________YSU 29, Augustana 0 Oct. 12, 1963 _____ YSU 12, S. Connecticut State 0 Sept. 29, 1962 _____________ YSU 19, McMurray 0 Oct. 8, 1959 ____________ YSU 6, Baldwin-Wallace 0 Sept. 12, 1959 _______YSU 6, Gustavus Adolphus 0 Sept. 23, 1955 ___ YSU 25, Great Lakes Academy 0 Oct. 30, 1954 ______________YSU 7, John Carroll 0 Sept. 11, 1954 _____ YSU 13, Gustavus Adolphus 0 Oct. 24, 1953 __________ YSU 7, Baldwin-Wallace 0 Oct. 4, 1952 _________ YSU 35, Saint Francis (Pa.) 0 Nov. 16, 1950 ____________ YSU 21, Mount Union 0 Nov. 21, 1947 ______________YSU 13, Kent State 0 Nov. 8, 1947 ______________ YSU 19, St. Vincent 0 Sept. 19, 1946 _______________YSU 26, Geneva 0 Oct. 22, 1942 ________________ YSU 20, Geneva 0 Sept. 19, 1942 _____ YSU 14, South Dakota State 0 Nov. 7, 1941 ___________________YSU 19, Akron 0 Oct. 31, 1941 _________ YSU 14, Tennessee Tech 0 Oct. 25, 1941 ____________ YSU 12, Waynesburg 0 Sept. 26, 1941 __________________YSU 14, Ohio 0 Sept. 18, 1941 ________________ YSU 0, Geneva 0 Nov. 2, 1940 ___________________YSU 13, Akron 0 Oct. 17, 1940 ___________YSU 19, Morris Harvey 0 Oct. 10, 1940 ____________ YSU 44, Westminster 0 Sept. 12, 1940 ________________ YSU 7, Geneva 0 Dec. 3, 1939 _____________YSU 3, Davis & Elkins 0 Nov. 18, 1939 ____________ YSU 46, Westminster 0 Nov. 19, 1938 ____________ YSU 19, Detroit Tech 0 Nov. 12, 1938 ________________ YSU 46, Clarion 0 Oct. 22, 1938 ____________ YSU 20, Westminster 0

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Punting Average Year 1951 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player John Boliver Jerry Cox Dave Kimmel Tom Smolanovich Tom Smolanovich Frank Horvath Frank Horvath Frank Horvath Michael Woloschak Craig Cotton Joe Kent Joe Kent Joe Kent Joe Kent Mark Mancuso Ron Jaworski Don Calloway Don Calloway Don Calloway Don Calloway Chuck Haynali Chuck Haynali Chuck Haynali Chris Weber Chris Weber Chris Weber Nick Xides Nick Xides Nick Xides Nick Xides Ken Kubus Frank Edie Ken Kubus Larry Bucciarelli Frank Edie Larry Bucciarelli Larry Bucciarelli Jeff Wilkins Tim Dreslinski Brad MacGregor J.J. Stefancin J.J. Stefancin Anthony Rozzo Anthony Rozzo Troy LeFever Kosta Karapetsas Kosta Karapetsas Joe Bishop Joe Bishop Joe Bishop Joe Bishop Ben Nowicki Ben Nowicki Ben Nowicki Nick Liste

No. 56 27 24 22 30 25 46 39 42 39 62 51 68 23 24 60 51 55 49 38 33 41 48 37 82 66 63 58 77 59 53 57 54 30 43 54 35 60 70 52 47 57 58 63 64 48 67 63 62 45 59 47 44 38 41

Yards 2,135 875 833 697 965 842 1,486 1,476 1,314 1,268 2,165 1,684 2,489 835 807 2,135 1,912 2,061 1,924 1,499 1,243 1,566 1,749 1,479 3,074 2,704 2,532 2,321 3,193 2,468 1,985 2,073 2,022 1,050 1,517 1,978 1,265 2,330 2,781 1,667 1,822 2,220 2,144 2,549 2,457 1,794 2,416 2,519 2,372 1,693 2,203 1,744 1,810 1,543 1,698

Long 57 60 47 67 56 75 70 69 72 63 59 58 57 67 60 60 66 73 55 55 60 55 59 66 52 53 66 53 56 67 55 61 85 54 52 60 70 67 52 57 66 67 69

Avg. 38.1 32.4 34.8 31.7 32.2 33.7 35.2 38.0 31.3 32.5 34.9 33.0 36.6 36.3 33.5 35.6 37.5 37.5 39.1 39.4 37.6 38.2 36.4 40.0 37.5 41.0 40.2 40.0 34.8 41.8 37.5 36.4 37.4 35.0 35.3 36.6 36.1 38.8 39.7 32.1 38.8 38.9 37.0 40.5 38.4 37.4 36.1 40.0 38.3 37.6 37.3 36.8 41.1 40.6 41.4

Nick Xides led the Penguins in punting from 1982-85. He had 77 punts in 1984.

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Year 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player Dave Kimmel Dave Kimmel Ray Carter Tom Smolanovich Frank Horvath Albert Grossi Dave DelSignore Dave DelSignore Ken Kacenga Dave DelSignore Mike Pacak Andy Kuchmaner Joe Rich Russ Musiel Russ Musiel Russ Musiel Russ Musiel Jim Ferranti Jim Ferranti Pat Durina Pat Durina John Goode Robert Thompson Tim Blood Rick Shepas Rick Shepas Rick Shepas Pete Rekstis Maury Bibent Maury Bibent Pete Rekstis Andre Ballinger Dave Roberts Trent Boykin Trent Boykin Jabari Teague David Eastham Jake Andreadis Andre Cook Anthony Barone Eugene Mintze Jerald Burley Jerald Burley Kyle Smith Kyle Smith Jason Perry Jason Perry De’Angelo Wilson De’Angelo Wilson Lenny Wicks Dominique Barnes

No. Yards Avg. 10 102 10.2 6 62 6.2 6 45 7.5 6 65 6.5 6 70 11.7 7 119 17.0 6 31 5.2 4 92 23.0 5 43 8.6 15 257 17.1 3 17 5.7 5 32 6.4 19 118 6.2 10 53 5.3 21 203 9.7 24 182 7.6 15 86 5.7 11 52 4.7 16 187 11.7 5 62 12.4 20 107 5.4 12 82 6.8 20 181 9.1 13 129 9.9 31 127 3.3 14 75 5.4 15 111 7.4 11 128 11.6 18 142 7.9 16 80 5.0 7 52 7.4 28 155 5.5 17 317 18.6 25 201 8.0 31 226 7.3 13 65 5.0 39 215 5.5 35 264 7.5 14 117 8.4 11 73 6.6 10 90 9.0 17 289 17.0 18 124 6.9 23 142 6.2 24 171 7.1 9 125 13.9 19 191 10.1 27 284 10.5 18 216 12.0 9 88 9.8 11 182 16.5

Jason Perry averaged 13.9 yards per punt return in 2005.

LG 70 10 52 9 14 11 70 52 42 18 37 46 14 60 81 18 22 12 28 44 23 11 13 15 71 36 28 14 18 24 16 21 16 77 15 30 27 36 64 76 39 31 86

Kickoff Returns Year 1956 1957 1958 1959 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Player Dave Kimmel Ray Carter Ray Carter Tom Smolanovich Albert Grossi Darrell Rippey Dave DelSignore Ken Kacenga Dick Banks Rudy Florio Andy Kuchmaner Joe Rich Dan Contrucci Eric Escola Rick Banna Russ Musiel Robby Robson Marschell Brumfield Jim Ferranti Paris Wicks Paris Wicks Robert Thompson Robert Thompson John Murphy Robert Thompson Jerry Mapes Archie Herring Archie Herring Archie Herring Archie Herring Dave Roberts Malcolm Everett Darnell Clark Randy Smith Tom Paolucci Willis Marshall Jake Andreadis Andre Cook Andre Coleman Andre Coleman Jerald Burley Jerald Burley Josh Cayson Matt Rycraft Marcus Mason Josh Cayson De’Angelo Wilson Dominique Barnes Dominique Barnes Jamaine Cook

No. Yards Avg. 5 108 21.6 9 185 20.6 4 101 25.3 7 108 15.4 8 186 23.2 5 78 15.6 17 333 19.6 15 310 20.6 8 134 16.8 13 201 15.5 15 207 13.8 9 184 20.4 18 457 25.4 12 243 20.2 11 221 20.1 18 348 19.3 13 177 13.6 14 307 21.9 13 303 23.3 10 244 24.4 13 240 18.5 20 374 18.7 26 672 25.9 12 252 21.0 23 491 21.4 13 228 17.5 18 394 21.9 23 596 25.9 20 450 22.5 20 611 30.5 20 477 23.8 22 427 19.4 26 608 23.4 17 562 33.1 27 647 23.9 6 104 17.3 11 237 21.5 17 279 16.4 36 839 23.3 18 396 22.0 12 306 25.5 12 253 21.1 16 428 26.8 14 310 22.1 4 113 28.2 12 236 19.7 11 266 24.2 17 399 23.5 20 391 19.5 21 393 18.7

LG 31 26 29 24 35 54 30 34 27 21 44 52 48 27 43 91 39 53 30 41 57 52 91 46 40 39 81 43 23 36 23 46 48 49 42 78 75 44 30 38 57 29 39

KR Archie Herring holds the mark for kickoff returns and yards.

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RESULTS VS. RANKED FOES 1981 | 1-0 No. 6 at Delaware aware __________________ W W, 24 24-21 21

• No. 3 at Eastern Washington ________ W, 25-14 No 6 vs. vs McNeese State ____________ W 9 • No. W, 10 10-9

1983 | 0-1 No. 9 at Middle Tennessee State _______L, 24-35

1998 | 0-3 No. 11 Western Illinois _________________L, 0-14 No. 10 Delaware ____________________L, 20-30 No. 25 at Illinois State ________________L, 14-48

1984 | 1-1 No. 7 Middle Tennessee State ________ W, 27-17 No. 16 Murray State __________________L, 7-35 1985 | 0-3 No. 7 Northern Iowa__________________L, 26-50 No. 1 at Middle Tennessee State _ L, 21-28 (2OT) No. 9 at Akron _______________________L, 5-30 1987 | 0-1 • No. 3 at UNI _______________________L, 28-31 1988 | 0-1 No. 7 Marshall ______________________L, 15-38 1989 | 2-2 No. 13 Liberty _____________________ W, 41-14 No. 18 Western Kentucky _____________L, 38-41 • No. 12 at Eastern Kentucky _________ W, 28-24 • No. 2 at Furman ___________________L, 23-42 1990 | 0-1 • No. 15 Central Florida ______________L, 17-20 1991 | 5-0 No. 12 James Madison ______________ W, 28-21 • No. 9 Villanova ___________________ W, 17-16 • No. 1 at Nevada-Reno ______________ W, 30-28 • No. 12 Samford ___________________ W, 10-0 • No. 6 vs. Marshall _________________ W, 25-17 1992 | 5-1 No. 20 at Texas State _______________ W, 23-20 No. 12 Georgia Southern_____________ W, 21-10 • No. 10 Villanova __________________ W, 23-20 • No. 2 at The Citadel _______________ W, 42-17 • No. 3 at Northern Iowa ______________ W, 19-7 • No. 5 at Marshall ___________________L, 28-31 1993 • No. 9 Central Florida_______________ W, 56-30 • No. 1 Georgia Southern ____________ W, 34-14 • No. 12 Idaho _____________________ W, 35-16 • No. 7 at Marshall ___________________ W, 17-5 1994 | 6-0 No. 14 Eastern Kentucky______________ W, 13-6 No. 2 McNeese State ________________ W, 28-8 • No. 15 Alcorn State _______________ W, 63-20 • No. 8 Eastern Kentucky ____________ W, 18-15 • No. 5 Montana _____________________ W, 28-9 • No. 3 vs. Boise State ______________ W, 28-14 1995 | 0-4 No. 8 Stephen F. Austin ________________L, 0-27 No. 1 at McNeese State _______________L, 3-31 No. 9 at Delaware ___________________L, 13-34 No. 22 Indiana State __________________L, 6-13 1996 | 3-1 No. 19 at Buffalo ____________________ W, 17-6 No. 19 Northwestern State ___________ W, 24-14 No. 3 Northern Iowa__________________L, 10-23 No. 14 at Missouri State _____________ W, 17-13 1997 | 4-2 No. 24 at Northern Iowa ______________L, 32-35 No. 2 Western Illinois _________________L, 21-24 • No. 9 Hampton ___________________ W, 28-13 • No. 1 at Villanova _________________ W, 37-34

1999 | 6-2 No. 12 Western Illinois _______________ W, 28-24 No. 6 at Northern Iowa ______________ W, 29-20 No. 11 Illinois State __________________L, 28-31 No. 19 at Villanova __________________ W, 28-21 • No. 8 at Montana _________________ W, 30-27 • No. 16 North Carolina A&T___________ W, 41-3 • No. 14 Florida A&M________________ W, 27-24 • No. 2 vs. Georgia Southern __________L, 24-59 2000 | 2-2 No. 18 Northern Iowa _______________ W, 28-24 No. 6 at Western Illinois _______________L, 10-24 No. 8 Hofstra ______________________ W, 42-35 • No. 8 at Richmond __________________L, 3-10 2001 | 1-2 No. 6 Western Illinois _________________ W, 41-7 No. 24 at Northern Iowa ______________L, 11-30 No. 10 Western Kentucky _____________L, 14-24 2002 | 0-3 No. 8 McNeese State ________________L, 13-28 No. 21 Northern Iowa _________________L, 7-22 No. 9 at Western Illinois ________________L, 0-19 2003 | 0-4 No. 2 Western Illinois _________________L, 20-54 No. 6 at Northern Iowa ________________L, 9-47 No. 3 at Southern Illinois ______________L, 17-24 No. 9 Western Kentucky ______________L, 13-37 2004 | 0-3 No. 17 at McNeese State _____________L, 20-24 No. 6 at Western Kentucky ____________L, 19-44 No. 1 Southern Illinois _________________L, 2-37 2005 | 1-2 No. 21 at Northern Iowa _______________L, 7-21 No. 5 at Southern Illinois ______________L, 17-31 No. 12 Western Kentucky ____________ W, 42-10 2006 | 5-2 No. 16 UC Davis____________________ W, 38-24 No. 14 Northern Iowa ________________L, 23-31 No. 3 at Illinois State ________________ W, 27-13 No. 12 Southern Illinois ______________ W, 31-24 • No. 6 James Madison ______________ W, 35-31 • No. 11 Illinois State________________ W, 28-21 • No. 1 at Appalachian State___________L, 24-49 2007 | 1-2 No. 6 at Southern Illinois ______________L, 24-17 No. 1 at Northern Iowa _______________L, 13-14 No. 23 Western Illinois _______________ W, 31-24 2008 | 2-4 No. 21 at South Dakota State ___________L, 7-40 No. 2 North Dakota State ____________ W, 32-24 No. 25 Liberty ______________________L, 28-31 No. 14 Southern Illinois ________________L, 0-33 No. 4 UNI __________________________L, 20-21 No. 23 Western Illinois _______________ W, 31-28 2009 | 0-3 No. 11 at UNI ________________________L, 7-21 No. 9 South Dakota State ______________L, 3-17 No. 3 at Southern Illinois _______________L, 7-28

AGAINST FBS FOES Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2003 2001 2000 1999 1998 1998 1997* 1996 1995 1995* 1995 1994* 1994* 1993 1993 1992 1992 1991 1990* 1990* 1990* 1989 1989* 1989 1988 1988* 1988* 1988 1987 1987 1987 1986* 1985* 1985 1984 1984* 1982 1981

Result Penn State 44, YSU 14 Pittsburgh 38, YSU 3 Ohio State 43, YSU 0 Ohio State 38, YSU 6 Penn State 37, YSU 3 Pittsburgh 41, YSU 0 Kent State 16, YSU 13 Marshall 38, YSU 24 YSU 26, Kent State 20 Western Michigan 46, YSU 28 Central Florida 44, YSU 32 YSU 24, Kent State 10 YSU 44, Kent State 23 Kent State 28, YSU 12 YSU 24, Akron 10 Central Michigan 46, YSU 25 Kent State 17, YSU 14 YSU 28, Kent State 14 YSU 41, Akron 7 YSU 19, Akron 0 YSU 17, Western Michigan 13 YSU 10, Akron 10 YSU 28, Ohio 20 Akron 38, YSU 24 YSU 27, Ohio 0 YSU 28, Akron 23 YSU 24, Eastern Michigan 14 YSU 30, Central Michigan 3 YSU 20, Akron 17 Eastern Michigan 14, YSU 3 Bowling Green 20, YSU 16 Akron 33, YSU 7 Eastern Michigan 17, YSU 12 Kent State 34, YSU 3 YSU 10, Akron 6 YSU 20, Bowling Green 17 Eastern Michigan 35, YSU 20 Eastern Michigan 18, YSU 17 Cincinnati 29, YSU 27 Eastern Michigan 27, YSU 22 YSU 27, Cincinnati 23 YSU 31, Eastern Michigan 7 Cincinnati 27, YSU 3 YSU 19, Cincinnati 13

Breakdown Overall: 19-24-1 Home: 8-5 Away: 11-19-1 Longest Winning Streak: 6 Longest Losing Streak: 8 Current Streak: Eight Losses Most Points: 44 vs. Kent State, 1997 Fewest Points: 0, twice Last Win: At Kent State, 2000 2010 | 1-3 _________________________L, L, 30-34 No. 19 UNI _________________________ No. 23 at Western Illinois______________ ______________L, L, 38-40 No. 17 North Dakota State ____________ ____________L, L, 29-34 No. 13 Southern Illinois ______________ W, 31-28

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 10/23/1954___ H ___ L L, 20 20-26 26 11/19/1955___ A____ L, 12-25

9/23/1978 ____ A_____W, 58-7 24-3 9/22/1979 ____ H ____W, W 24 3 10/19/1996___ H ____W, 38-3

9/19/1953 ____ H ____W, 20-7 20-17 9/12/1987 ____ A____W, W 20 17 10/22/1988___ A____ L, 16-20

AKRON • 19-14-2

AUGUSTANA • 3-0

BUFFALO • 4-4

11/2/1940 ____ 11/7/1941 ____ 11/19/1959___ 11/17/1960___ 11/1/1962 ____ 11/2/1963 ____ 10/7/1967 ____ 11/22/1968___ 11/8/1969 ____ 11/7/1970 ____ 11/20/1971___ 10/21/1972___ 10/20/1973___ 11/16/1974___ 10/25/1975___ 9/25/1976 ____ 10/15/1977___ 10/21/1978___ 10/20/1979___ 10/4/1980 ____ 10/3/1981 ____ 9/4/1982 _____ 11/5/1983 ____ 11/3/1984 ____ 11/9/1985 ____ 11/21/1986___ 11/20/1987___ 10/1/1988 ____ 9/23/1989 ____ 9/29/1990 ____ 10/12/1991___ 11/14/1992___ 11/20/1993___ 10/29/1994___ 11/4/1995 ____

11/15/1963___ H ____W, 20-6 10/17/1964___ A____W, 40-22 10/16/1965___ A_____W, 29-0

10/31/1959___ 10/15/1960___ 11/19/1966___ 10/30/1993___ 11/5/1994 ____ 11/11/1995___ 10/12/1996___ 10/11/1997___

TIAN • 0-2 ABILENE CHRISTIAN

A_____W, 13-0 H ____W, 19-0 H ___W, 34-14 H ___W, 34-21 H ___W, 17-13 A_____L, 7-21 A____ L, 12-19 H ___ L, 13-48 A____ L, 27-60 H ___ L, 14-42 A______ L, 0-7 H ___W, 22-21 A_____ L, 7-31 H ____W, 30-0 A_____ L, 6-17 H ____ L, 3-24 A____W, 28-10 H ____W, 27-3 A_____W, 16-3 H _____ T, 0-0 A_____W, 34-7 H ___ L, 19-20 A____ L, 21-49 H _____ W, 3-2 A_____ L, 5-30 H ___W, 40-39 A_____W, 10-6 H ____ L, 7-33 H ___W, 20-17 H ___W, 28-23 A____ L, 24-38 A____ T, 10-10 A_____W, 19-0 H ____W, 41-7 A____W, 24-10

AUSTIN PEAY • 7-2 9/15/1973 ____ 9/14/1974 ____ 10/16/1982___ 10/15/1983___ 10/13/1984___ 10/19/1985___ 10/18/1986___ 10/17/1987___ 9/12/2009 ____

A_____ L, 7-16 H ____W, 24-7 A_____W, 31-9 H ___W, 41-19 A____W, 16-13 H ___W, 35-14 A____ L, 10-13 H ___W, 20-18 H ___W, 38-21

H ____ L, 7-16 A____ L, 13-40 A____ L, 16-25 H ___W, 38-12 A_____W, 27-3 H _____ L, 6-9 A_____W, 17-6 H ___W, 52-17

A____W, 19-13 A_____ L, 3-57 A____W, 27-23 A____ L, 27-29

THE CITADEL • 1-0 CLARION • 6-0

CAL POLY • 2-0

11/12/1938___ 9/5/1992 _____ 9/28/1996 ____ 9/3/1998 _____ 9/8/2001 _____ 9/29/2002 ____

10/16/1999___ H ____W, 10-7 11/18/2000___ A____W, 35-13

CAMP LEJEUNE MARINES • 0-1 9/22/1951 ____ A_____ L, 6-19

CANISIUS • 2-1

H H H H H H

____W, 46-0 ____W, 48-7 ___W, 51-10 ___ W, 50-6 ____W, 44-0 ___W, 27-14

9/20/1947 ____ H ____W, 12-6 9/25/1948 ____ H ___W, 33-21 9/24/1949 ____ H ___ L, 26-28

DAVIS & ELKINS • 2-0

CASE WESTERN RESERVE • 0-3

DAYTON • 0-9

10/1/1938 ____ H ____ L, 0-33 9/25/1942 ____ H ____ L, 7-21 10/4/1946 ____ H ___ L, 13-20

11/24/1990___ H ___ L, 17-20 11/27/1993___ H ___W, 56-30 10/31/1998___ A____ L, 32-44

10/13/1939___ 10/22/1949___ 9/23/1950 ____ 10/5/1951 ____ 10/30/1971___ 9/9/1972 _____ 9/8/1973 _____ 9/11/1976 ____ 10/22/1977___

CENTRAL MICHIGAN • 6-5-2

DELAWARE • 1-6 11/30/1974___ 11/10/1979___ 12/8/1979 ____ 11/22/1980___ 10/17/1981___ 10/7/1995 ____ 10/17/1998___

C. CONNECTICUT STATE • 1-0 9/18/2010 ____ H ___W, 63-24

CENTRAL FLORIDA • 1-2

ALABAMA A&M • 1-0

BALL STATE • 0-1

12/1/1979 ____ H ____W, 52-0

10/19/1974___ A____ L, 14-21

ALBRIGHT • 1-1

BLOOMSBURG • 1-0

10/21/1961___ A_____ L, 6-20 10/20/1962___ H ____W, 16-7

9/1/1990 _____ H ____W, 43-7

ALCORN STATE • 1-0

12/17/1994___ N ___W, 28-14

11/25/1994___ H ___W, 63-20

BOSTON U • 1-0

AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL • 1-0

9/20/1997 ____ A_____W, 28-7

11/15/1980___ H ___W, 41-20

BOWLING GREEN • 2-4

CENTRAL STATE • 9-0

APPALACHIAN STATE • 0-1

11/11/1950___ A_____ L, 7-22 11/10/1951___ H ____ L, 0-20 11/8/1952 ____ A_____ L, 0-50

9/25/1971 ____ H ____W, 30-0 11/4/1972 ____ A_____W, 28-6 11/9/1974 ____ A____W, 25-14

ASHLAND • 3-0

9/5/1981 _____ 9/25/1982 ____ 9/15/1984 ____ 9/14/1985 ____

12/5/1992 ____ A____W, 42-17

10/24/1947___ 10/23/1948___ 9/21/1961 ____ 9/22/1962 ____ 9/19/1963 ____ 10/31/1964___ 9/17/1965 ____ 9/17/1966 ____ 9/22/1967 ____ 9/21/1968 ____ 9/18/1971 ____ 11/11/1972___ 10/14/1995___

12/9/2006 ____ A____ L, 24-49

CINCINNATI • 2-2

9/11/2010 ____ H ____W, 31-7

9/28/1947 ____ 11/19/1948___ 11/3/1949 ____ 10/25/1951___ 10/23/1952___ 10/24/1953___ 11/11/1954___ 10/27/1955___ 10/18/1956___ 11/2/1957 ____ 10/30/1958___ 10/8/1959 ____ 10/6/1960 ____ 10/7/1961 ____ 10/6/1962 ____ 10/26/1963___ 10/24/1964___ 10/30/1965___ 11/12/1966___ 9/29/1967 ____ 10/5/1968 ____

BOISE STATE • 1-0

H ____W, 10-0 45-7 A_____W, W 45 7 H ____W, 34-6 A____W, 56-33 H ____W, 17-6 H ____W, 38-0

BUTLER • 1-0

BALDWIN-WALLACE • 13-7-1 H ____W, 26-6 H ___ T, 33-33 H ___W, 20-14 H ___ L, 19-33 H ___W, 13-12 A______ W, 7-0 H ____W, 31-7 H ___W, 28-14 H ____W, 31-7 H ___ L, 14-19 H ___W, 20-12 H _____ W, 6-0 H _____ W, 7-6 A_____ L, 0-40 H ____ L, 7-14 H ___W, 16-14 A_____W, 26-6 H ____ L, 0-30 H ___W, 27-14 A____ L, 33-36 A_____ L, 6-26

9/13/1975 ____ 9/13/1975____ 11/13/1976___ 11/12/1977___ 10/14/1978___ 9/15/1979 ____ 9/13/2008 ____

H ____W, 13-7 H ____W, 32-9 H ____W, 36-7 A_____W, 14-7 H _____ T, 7-7 A____ L, 20-25 H ___W, 35-14 A______ W, 7-6 A_____ L, 2-16 A____ L, 20-24 A____ L, 19-47 H ___ T, 28-28 H ___ L, 25-46

11/3/1938 ____ H ___W, 20-14 12/3/1939 ____ H _____ W, 3-0

EASTERN MICHIGAN • 6-7 10/4/1957 ____ 10/3/1958 ____ 9/25/1959 ____ 9/22/1960 ____ 10/27/1973___ 11/1/1975 ____ 9/1/1984 _____ 9/7/1985 _____ 9/13/1986 ____ 9/15/1987 ____ 9/10/1988 ____ 9/9/1989 _____ 9/22/1990 ____

A_____W, 13-6 H ___ L, 12-21 A_____W, 21-3 H ____W, 27-7 A_____ L, 2-42 H ___W, 15-14 H ____W, 31-7 A____ L, 22-27 H ___ L, 17-18 A____ L, 20-35 H ___ L, 12-17 A_____ L, 3-14 H ___W, 24-14

EASTERN WASHINGTON • 1-0 12/13/1997___ A____W, 25-14

H ___ L, 12-13 A_____ L, 7-41 A______ L, 0-7 H ____ L, 7-27 A____ L, 24-35 A____ L, 13-18 A_____ L, 0-22 A____ L, 16-41 H ___ L, 23-27 A____ L, 14-35 H ___ L, 45-51 A____ L, 21-38 A____ L, 13-20 A____W, 24-21 A____ L, 13-34 H ___ L, 20-30

EDINBORO • 5-0 11/11/1989___ 9/8/1990 _____ 9/7/1991 _____ 9/9/2000 _____ 8/28/2003 ____

H H H H H

___W, 28-14 ___W, 31-27 ____W, 24-0 ____W, 33-0 ___W, 35-11

ELON • 1-0 11/17/2001___ H ____W, 45-7

FLORIDA ATLANTIC • 1-1 10/12/2002___ A____W, 24-17 9/20/2003 ____ H ____ L, 6-13

FLORIDA A&M • 2-0 9/21/1985 ____ H ___W, 28-21 12/11/1999___ H ___W, 27-24

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL • 0-1 9/11/2004 ____ H ___ L, 16-22

FORT KNOX • 0-1 11/21/1942___ A______ L, 0-7

9/14/1991 ____ 9/12/1992 ____ 10/9/1993 ____ 9/10/1994 ____

FURMAN • 0-1

A____ L, 29-33 H ___W, 42-20 H ___W, 42-28 A_____W, 26-3

DETROIT TECH • 2-1 11/19/1938___ A_____W, 19-0 10/20/1939___ H ____ L, 6-24 10/4/1940 ____ H ____W, 34-6

EASTERN ILLINOIS • 9-4 H ___W, 27-14 A_____W, 13-3 H ___W, 36-14 H ___W, 52-22 H ___W, 40-24 A____ L, 22-26 A____W, 49-21 A_____ L, 7-32 H ___W, 48-16 H ___ L, 23-27 A____ L, 20-21 A____W, 33-13 H ___W, 28-19

EASTERN KENTUCKY • 8-12

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A____ L, 17-22 L, 29 29-36 H ___ L 36 A____ L, 17-38 H ____ L, 7-14 A____W, 28-24 A____W, 26-22 H ____W, 13-6 H ___W, 18-15

DELAWARE STATE • 3-1

10/13/1973___ 11/2/1974 ____ 11/6/1976 ____ 11/5/1977 ____ 10/7/1978 ____ 12/2/1978 ____ 11/2/1979 ____ 10/25/1980___ 10/24/1981___ 10/2/1982 ____ 10/1/1983 ____ 9/24/1988 ____ 10/13/1992___

The Penguins own 19 wins over Akron, their most over any opponent. Mike McGlone was part of YSU squads that beat the Zips in 1986 and 1987.

9/8/1984 _____ 9-28/1985 9 28/1985 ____ 10/25/1986___ 10/24/1987___ 11/25/1989___ 10/2/1993 ____ 9/17/1994 ____ 12/3/1994 ____

10/17/1953___ 10/16/1954___ 11/23/1957___ 10/25/1958___ 11/23/1963___ 9/26/1964 ____ 11/11/1967___ 11/15/1968___ 9/20/1980 ____ 9/12/1981 ____ 9/11/1982 ____ 9/10/1983 ____

A____W, 20-19 H ____ L, 7-25 A_____ L, 0-13 H ____W, 14-9 A____ L, 14-34 H ____W, 21-7 A____ L, 12-37 A____W, 26-12 A_____ L, 0-45 H ____ L, 6-26 A____ L, 17-31 H ___ L, 23-28

12/2/1989 ____ A____ L, 23-42

GENEVA • 6-1-1 9/15/1938 ____ 9/15/1939 ____ 9/12/1940 ____ 9/18/1941 ____ 10/22/1942___ 11/7/1942 ____ 9/19/1946 ____ 10/5/1947 ____

H ____ L, 6-12 H ____W, 20-7 H _____ W, 7-0 H _____ T, 0-0 H ____W, 20-0 A____W, 31-19 H ____W, 26-0 A_____W, 27-7

GEORGIA SOUTHERN • 3-1 11/2/1991 ____ 11/21/1992___ 12/4/1993 ____ 12/18/1999___

A____W, 19-17 H ___W, 21-10 H ___W, 34-14 N ___ L, 24-59

GREAT LAKES ACADEMY • 2-0 9/23/1954 ____ H ___W, 34-32 9/24/1955 ____ A_____W, 25-0

GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS • 15-5-1 11/13/1948___ 11/18/1949___ 10/2/1950 ____ 9/27/1952 ____ 11/6/1953 ____ 9/11/1954 ____ 11/13/1955___ 11/9/1956 ____ 11/9/1957 ____ 11/6/1958 ____ 9/12/1959 ____ 11/10/1960___ 11/9/1961 ____ 11/4/1963 ____ 9/17/1964 ____ 11/15/1965___

H _____ T, 7-7 H ___ L, 13-25 H ___ L, 14-20 H ___W, 13-12 H ___W, 26-25 A_____W, 13-0 H ____W, 44-7 H ____W, 13-0 H ___W, 40-13 H ___ L, 20-26 A______ W, 6-0 H ___W, 55-35 H ____W, 40-6 H ____W, 26-7 H ____W, 25-7 H ____W, 21-8

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 11/18/1967____ 9/14/1968 ____ 11/14/1969___ 11/14/1970___ 11/13/1971___

H ___W, 21-10 A____W, W 18-14 H ____ L, 8-40 H ____ L, 7-20 H ____W, 14-0

HAMPTON • 1-0 11/29/1997___ H ___W, 28-13

HILLSDALE • 1-1 10/28/1961___ A_____ L, 0-30 10/25/1962___ H ____W, 29-6

HOFSTRA • 3-0 11/16/1996___ A ____W, 14-3 9/27/1997 ____ H ___W, 27-22 11/4/2000 ____ H ___W, 42-35

IDAHO • 1-0 12/11/1993___ H ___W, 35-16

ILLINOIS STATE • 10-10 9/8/1979 _____ 10/10/1992___ 11/13/1993___ 11/18/1995___ 9/21/1996 ____ 11/1/1997 ____ 11/14/1998___ 10/30/1999___ 10/7/2000 ____ 10/20/2001___ 11/9/2002 ____ 10/25/2003___ 10/23/2004___ 10/1/2005 ____ 10/28/2006___ 12/2/2006 ____ 10/20/2007___ 11/1/2008 ____ 11/14/2009___ 11/6/2010 ____

A____W, 33-27 H ___W, 34-10 A____ L, 10-13 H ___ L, 13-30 A____ L, 28-31 H ____W, 13-0 A____ L, 14-48 H ___ L, 28-31 A____W, 14-12 H ___W, 44-30 A____W, 24-17 H ___ L, 25-35 A____ L, 24-30 H ___W, 20-17 A____W, 27-13 H ___W, 28-21 H ___ L, 22-27 A____ L, 44-54 H ___W, 30-18 A____ L, 39-41

ILLINOIS WESLEYAN • 2-0 10/10/1941___ H ___W, 25-14 10/30/1942___ H ____W, 35-6

INDIANA (PA.) • 2-1 11/18/1972___ A____ L, 14-31

11/17/1973___ H ___ W, 44-0 9/18/1999 ____ H ___ W W, 13 13-7 7

INDIANA STATE • 18-2 11/5/1988 ____ 10/7/1989 ____ 10/3/1992 ____ 11/6/1993 ____ 11/19/1994___ 10/28/1995___ 10/4/1997 ____ 9/19/1998 ____ 10/2/1999 ____ 10/28/2000___ 10/6/2001 ____ 10/5/2002 ____ 10/18/2003___ 10/30/2004___ 10/8/2005 ____ 10/7/2006 ____ 11/3/2007 ____ 11/8/2008 ____ 9/26/2009 ____ 11/13/2010___

H ____W, 25-7 A____W, 20-19 A____W, 30-24 H ___W, 17-10 A_____W, 14-3 H ____ L, 6-13 A_____W, 31-0 H ___W, 20-14 A____W, 31-28 H ____W, 42-7 A____W, 35-21 H ___W, 31-16 A____W, 30-24 H ___W, 45-20 A_____W, 45-0 H ___W, 55-17 A_____W, 40-7 H ___W, 35-21 A_____W, 28-0 H ___ L, 24-30

10/15/1994___ 9/2/1995 _____ 9/14/1996 ____ 9/6/1997 _____ 9/12/1998 ____ 9/16/2000 ____ 9/13/2003 ____

H ___W, 28-14 L, 14 14-17 A____ L 17 A____ L, 12-28 H ___W, 44-23 A____W, 24-10 A____W, 26-20 A____ L, 13-16

LACROSSE • 1-0

12/10/1994___ H ____W, 28-9 11/27/1999___ A____W, 30-27

10/26/1946___ A_____W, 20-6

LIBERTY • 6-3 10/29/1988___ 11/4/1989 ____ 10/13/1990___ 10/19/1991___ 10/16/1993___ 9/27/2003 ____ 9/25/2004 ____ 9/17/2005 ____ 9/27/08 ______

A_____ L, 0-29 H ___W, 41-14 A_____W, 34-6 H ____ L, 8-10 H ____W, 42-0 A_____W, 34-3 H ___W, 27-17 A_____W, 42-0 H ___ L, 28-31

LINCOLN, MO. • 0-1 10/1/1966 ____ H ____ L, 7-12 10/27/1966___ H ____W, 36-6 8/30/2001 ____ H ____W, 38-7 9/22/2007 ____ H ____W, 35-3

H ___ L, 12-20 H ____W, 13-2 A_____ L, 6-13 H ___W, 20-12 A_____ L, 0-27 H ____W, 10-6 A_____ L, 0-40 H ____W, 21-7 A______ W, 7-0

KENT STATE • 6-4 11/21/1947___ H ____W, 13-0 10/29/1948___ A_____W, 19-7 9/3/1988 _____ A_____ L, 3-34

MAINE • 3-2 11/6/1965 ____ 11/5/1966 ____ 9/2/1989 _____ 11/17/1990___ 9/9/2006 _____

A____ L, 22-27 H ____W, 14-6 A____ L, 14-28 H ___W, 38-17 H ___W, 34-14

MARSHALL • 4-5-1 10/21/1950___ 10/18/1952___ 11/5/1955 ____ 11/3/1956 ____ 9/26/1987 ____ 11/19/1988___ 12/21/1991___ 12/19/1992___ 12/18/1993___ 11/24/2001___

A____W, 28-13 H _____ T, 6-6 A____ L, 12-20 H ___W, 33-13 A____ L, 18-38 H ___ L, 15-38 N ___W, 25-17 A____ L, 28-31 A_____W, 17-5 A____ L, 24-38

MASSACHUSETTS • 1-1 10/1/1977 ____ A____ L, 13-54 11/12/1994___ A_____W, 28-9

MCMURRAY • 2-0-1 9/29/1962 ____ H ____W, 19-0 10/5/1963 ____ H ___W, 17-12 11/21/1964___ A____ T, 14-14

MCNEESE STATE • 2-3 10/1/1994 ____ 9/23/1995 ____ 12/20/1997___ 9/7/2002 _____ 9/18/2004 ____

H ___ W, 28-8 A_____ L, 3-31 N ___ W, 10-9 H ___ L, 13-28 A____ L, 20-24

MIDDLE TENNESSEE ST. • 4-3 10/31/1981___ 10/30/1982___ 10/29/1983___ 10/27/1984___ 11/2/1985 ____ 11/1/1986 ____ 10/31/1987___

A____W, 13-10 H ___W, 11-10 A____ L, 24-35 H ___W, 23-13 A____ L, 21-28 H ___ L, 14-49 A____W, 17-16

MIDWESTERN TEXAS • 1-0

TB Robby Robson had 264 yards rushing on 30 carries against Delaware in 1979.

11/5/1948 ____ H ____W, 36-7

MONTANA • 2-0

LOCK HAVEN • 3-0

10/13/1938___ 11/14/1947___ 10/9/1948 ____ 10/8/1949 ____ 10/14/1950___ 9/27/1951 ____ 11/1/1952 ____ 10/30/1953___ 10/30/1954___

MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE • 1-0

LEBANON VALLEY • 1-0

10/20/1990___ 11/9/1991 ____ 9/26/1992 ____ 11/25/2006___

JOHN CARROLL • 5-4

H ____W, 31-7 37-10 A____W, W 37 10 H ___W, 49-21 A____ L, 28-42 H ____ L, 7-17 A____ L, 25-35

11/6/1954 ____ H ___W, 39-13

JAMES MADISON • 3-1 A____W, 31-15 H ___W, 28-21 H ___ L, 49-52 H ___W, 35-31

10/22/2005___ 10/22/2005___ 9/30/2006 ____ 9/29/2007 ____ 10/11/2008___ 10/3/2009 ____ 10/2/2010 ____

MOREHEAD STATE • 8-6 9/25/1965 ____ 9/24/1966 ____ 10/19/1968___ 10/18/1969___ 10/18/1975___ 10/16/1976___ 10/18/1980___ 11/14/1981___ 11/13/1982___ 11/19/1983___ 11/17/1984___ 11/22/1985___ 11/15/1986___ 11/14/1987___

A___ W, FORFEIT H ___ L, 12-21 A____ L, 26-35 H ___ L, 12-21 H ____W, 28-0 A_____W, 33-7 H ___ L, 14-20 A_____W, 38-7 A____W, 38-19 H ___ L, 20-27 A____W, 35-31 H ___W, 20-17 A____ L, 24-27 H ___W, 38-14

MORGAN STATE • 3-0 9/30/1989 ____ H ___W, 45-22 9/21/1991 ____ H ___W, 57-22 9/18/1993 ____ H ___W, 56-27

MORRIS HARVEY • 3-2 9/22/1939 ____ 10/17/1940___ 10/4/1941 ____ 11/9/1946 ____ 10/11/1956___

A______ L, 0-7 H ____W, 19-0 A_____W, 12-7 H ___W, 28-14 A______ L, 0-6

MOUNT UNION • 4-0-1 10/28/1949___ 11/16/1950___ 11/13/1951___ 10/9/1952 ____ 11/18/1954___

H H H H H

____W, 21-6 ____W, 21-0 ___ T, 13-13 ____W, 26-7 ____W, 44-7

MUHLENBERG • 0-1-1 10/2/1948 ____ A_____ L, 0-19 11/11/1949___ H _____ T, 7-7

MURRAY STATE • 3-5 10/10/1970___ 11/10/1973___ 9/13/1980 ____ 9/19/1981 ____ 11/12/1983___ 11/10/1984___ 11/8/1986 ____ 11/7/1987 ____

A____ L, 32-42 H ____W, 12-8 A_____ L, 6-24 H ____ L, 9-13 H ____ L, 7-19 A______ W, 7-3 A____ L, 14-17 H ___W, 20-13

NEBRASKA-OMAHA • 1-0 11/25/1978___ H ___W, 21-14

NEVADA-RENO • 1-0 12/7/1991 ____ A____W, 30-28

NEW HAVEN • 2-0 9/27/1958 ____ A____W, 20-15 10/24/1998___ H ___W, 18-15

NIAGARA • 2-0 10/15/1949___ A_____W, 27-7 10/27/1950___ H ____W, 14-6

NICHOLLS STATE • 0-1 9/6/1986 _____ H ___ L, 19-34

9/29/1956 ____ H ____W, 20-6

NORTH ALABAMA • 1-0

MISSOURI STATE • 11-4

10/8/1994 ____ H ___W, 17-14

11/9/1996 ____ 11/15/1997___ 11/21/1998___ 11/6/1999 ____ 9/30/2000 ____ 10/13/2001___ 9/28/2002 ____ 10/4/2003 ____ 11/13/2004___

A____W, 17-13 H ___W, 45-13 A____W, 24-17 H ___W, 17-14 A____W, 19-13 H ___W, 41-20 A____W, 24-17 H ____W, 34-7 A____ L, 28-34

NORTH CAROLINA A&T • 1-0 12/4/1999 ____ H ____W, 41-3

NORTH DAKOTA • 0-2

11/21/2009 ___ A ____W, 39-35 11/21/2009___ A____W, 10/9/2010 ____ H ___ L, 29-34

NORTH TEXAS STATE • 0-2 10/26/1956___ H ___ L, 12-19 11/15/1957___ A____ L, 13-68

NORTHEASTERN • 7-3 10/5/1985 ____ 9/20/1986 ____ 10/3/1987 ____ 10/8/1988 ____ 10/14/1989___ 9/15/1990 ____ 9/28/1991 ____ 10/17/1992___ 9/10/2005 ____ 9/19/2009 ____

H ___W, 23-18 A____ L, 21-23 H ___W, 29-14 A_____ L, 7-23 H ____W, 44-0 A_____W, 37-3 H ____W, 59-7 A____ L, 23-28 H ___W, 35-16 A____W, 38-21

NORTHERN IOWA • 6-19 9/9/1978 _____ 9/29/1979 ____ 11/1/1980 ____ 11/21/1981___ 11/20/1982___ 10/22/1983___ 10/20/1984___ 10/26/1985___ 11/28/1987___ 12/12/1992___ 11/2/1996 ____ 10/18/1997___ 11/7/1998 ____ 10/23/1999___ 10/14/2000___ 9/29/2001 ____ 10/19/2002___ 11/1/2003 ____ 10/16/2004___ 10/29/2005___ 10/21/2006___ 10/27/2007___ 10/25/2008___ 11/7/2009 ____ 10/30/2010___

A____W, 31-14 H ____W, 29-0 H ___ L, 17-38 A____ L, 43-45 H ___W, 25-13 A____ L, 13-23 H ____ L, 6-16 H ___ L, 26-50 A____ L, 28-31 A_____W, 19-7 H ___ L, 10-23 A____ L, 32-35 H ___ L, 14-42 A____W, 29-20 H ___W, 28-24 A____ L, 11-30 H ____ L, 7-22 A_____ L, 9-47 H ___ L, 20-22 A_____ L, 7-21 H ___ L, 23-31 A____ L, 13-14 H ___ L, 20-21 A_____ L, 7-21 H ___ L, 30-34

NORTHERN MICHIGAN • 5-6 10/3/1959 ____ 9/29/1960 ____ 10/17/1970___ 10/9/1971 ____ 10/7/1972 ____ 10/6/1973 ____ 10/5/1974 ____ 10/4/1975 ____ 11/4/1978 ____ 10/13/1979___ 9/27/1980 ____

A______ L, 0-7 H ___W, 49-26 H ___ L, 27-43 A_____ L, 0-29 H ___W, 37-36 A____ L, 12-30 H ___W, 24-10 A_____ L, 0-15 H ___W, 41-14 A____W, 24-23 H ____ L, 7-10

NORTHWESTERN STATE • 1-0 10/26/1996___ H ___W, 24-14

OHIO • 3-4 9/28/1940 ____ 9/26/1941 ____ 9/15/1955 ____ 9/20/1958 ____ 10/16/1959___ 11/3/1990 ____ 11/7/1992 ____

A_____ L, 0-13 H ____W, 14-0 H _____ L, 0-6 A_____ L, 0-38 H ___ L, 12-44 H ____W, 27-0 A____W, 28-20

OHIO STATE • 0-2 9/1/2007 _____ A_____ L, 6-38 8/30/2008 ____ A_____ L, 0-43

OHIO WESLEYAN • 1-1 9/29/1939 ____ H ___ L, 13-19 11/16/1940___ A_____W, 13-6

OKLAHOMA CITY • 2-1

NORTH DAKOTA STATE • 3-2

10/17/1941___ H ____W, 48-7 11/1/1947 ____ H ___W, 19-13 10/16/1948___ A____ L, 14-27

9/30/1972 ____ A____ L, 10-16 11/3/1973 ____ H ___W, 12-10 9/20/2008 ____ H ___W, 32-24

9/16/2006 ____ A_____ L, 3-37 9/4/2010 _____ A____ L, 14-44

11/4/1961 ____ H ___ L, 13-20 9/15/1962 ____ A_____ L, 7-20

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PENN STATE • 0-2 PENSACOLA NAVY • 0-3

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 10/25/1969___ 10/25/1969___ 9/30/1972 ____ 9/22/1973 ____ 9/21/1974 ____ 11/15/1975___ 11/24/1979___ 9/8/2007 _____ 9/6/2008 _____ 10/31/2009___ 10/23/2010___

A____W, 17-16 A____W, L, 22 22-34 A____ L 34 H ____ L, 6-27 A____W, 35-21 H ___ L, 21-38 H ____W, 50-7 H ___W, 23-17 A_____ L, 7-40 H ____ L, 3-17 A____ L, 20-30

SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA • 1-1 11/1/1969 ____ H ____W, 20-7 10/31/1970___ A____ L, 27-50

S. CONNECTICUT ST. • 7-2 11/7/1959 ____ 10/29/1960___ 10/14/1961___ 10/13/1962___ 10/12/1963___ 10/10/1964___ 10/9/1965 ____ 10/22/1966___ 10/14/1967___

H ___ L, 22-25 A______ W, 8-7 H ____W, 28-8 A____ L, 10-16 H ____W, 12-0 A____W, 28-27 H ____W, 16-7 A____W, 43-14 H ____W, 35-0

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS • 11-10-1

Quarterback Trenton Lykes engineered an Ohio Valley Conference title and a playoff berth in 1987. 10/21/1967___ A____ L, 14-17 10/12/1968___ H ___ L, 38-58 10/11/1969___ A_____ L, 6-21

ST. NORBERT • 0-0-1

PITTSBURGH • 0-2 QUANTICO MARINES • 0-1

10/7/1938 ____ 10/2/1942 ____ 10/19/1946___ 11/8/1947 ____

11/2/1950 ____ H ___ L, 14-33

SCRANTON • 2-1

RICHMOND • 0-1

11/2/1946 ____ H ___W, 33-14 10/18/1947___ A_____ L, 6-19 9/26/1953 ____ H ____W, 12-7

9/24/2005 ____ A_____ L, 0-41 9/5/2009 _____ A_____ L, 3-38

11/25/2000___ A_____ L, 3-10

SAGINAW VALLEY • 3-0 10/9/1976 ____ H ___W, 22-21 10/8/1977 ____ A____W, 22-12 9/30/1978 ____ H ___W, 49-12

SAMFORD • 3-0 12/14/1991___ H ____W, 10-0 10/23/1993___ H ____W, 24-7 11/23/2002___ H ___W, 37-29

ST. BONAVENTURE • 1-1 9/29/1946 ____ A____W, 20-14 11/3/1951 ____ A_____ L, 6-39

SAINT FRANCIS, PA. • 4-0 10/6/1939 ____ 10/20/1951___ 10/4/1952 ____ 10/3/1953 ____

H ____W, 20-6 H ____W, 27-6 A_____W, 35-0 H ___W, 20-13

11/5/1964 ____ H _____ T, 7-7

ST. VINCENT • 2-2 A_____ L, 6-31 A_____ L, 7-19 H ___W, 25-14 A_____W, 19-0

SLIPPERY ROCK • 11-0 11/16/1991___ 9/24/1994 ____ 9/16/1995 ____ 9/7/1996 _____ 8/28/1997 ____ 9/2/1999 _____ 8/31/2000 ____ 9/6/2003 _____ 9/2/2004 _____ 9/1/2005 _____ 8/31/2006 ____

H H H H H H H H H H H

___W, 40-21 ___W, 52-17 ___W, 28-12 ____W, 22-0 ____W, 33-9 ___W, 44-14 ___W, 24-10 ___W, 45-12 ___W, 35-13 ___W, 44-14 ___W, 51-21

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE • 5-7 9/19/1942 ____ H ____W, 14-0 10/26/1968___ H ___ L, 20-23

10/2/1965 ____ 10/8/1966 ____ 11/4/1967 ____ 11/2/1968 ____ 9/27/1969 ____ 9/26/1970 ____ 9/27/1986 ____ 11/12/1988___ 11/8/1997 ____ 10/10/1998___ 10/9/1999 ____ 11/11/2000___ 11/3/2001 ____ 11/2/2002 ____ 11/8/2003 ____ 10/9/2004 ____ 11/5/2005 ____ 11/4/2006 ____ 10/6/2007 ____ 10/18/2008___ 10/24/2009___ 9/25/2010 ____

H _____ W, 9-7 A____ T, 21-21 H ____W, 29-3 A____W, 18-15 H ___ L, 14-43 A____ L, 20-45 A____ L, 17-24 H ___W, 31-14 A____W, 34-10 H ___W, 34-21 A____W, 43-37 H ___ L, 20-21 A_____W, 31-7 H ____W, 21-9 A____ L, 17-24 H ____ L, 2-37 A____ L, 17-31 H ___W, 31-24 A____ L, 17-24 H ____ L, 0-33 A_____ L, 8-27 H ___W, 31-28

9/28/1963____ 9/28/1963 ____ A_____ A_____ L, 7-12 11/14/1964___ H ___W, W 17-12

TAMPA • 0-2 10/3/1970 ____ H ___ L, 13-35 10/2/1971 ____ A_____ L, 0-49

TENNESSEE A&I • 1-0 9/19/1959 ____ H ___W, 13-12

UT-CHATTANOOGA • 0-1 11/21/1970___ H ___ L, 10-14

TENNESSEE TECH • 11-5 11/11/1939___ 10/26/1940___ 10/31/1941___ 9/28/1957 ____ 9/16/1967 ____ 9/19/1970 ____ 10/12/1974___ 9/20/1975 ____ 9/18/1976 ____ 9/17/1977 ____ 9/18/1982 ____ 9/17/1983 ____ 10/6/1984 ____ 10/12/1985___ 10/11/1986___ 10/10/1987___

A______ L, 6-7 H ___W, 28-13 H ____W, 14-0 H ____ L, 7-12 A____W, 31-28 H ___ L, 19-32 H ____W, 23-0 A_____W, 15-0 H ___ L, 10-13 A____ L, 22-38 H ___W, 37-14 A____W, 34-22 H ____W, 51-0 A____W, 23-16 H ____W, 30-6 A____W, 18-15

TEXAS LUTHERAN • 1-1-1 11/18/1961___ H ___ T, 14-14 11/10/1962___ A_____W, 13-6 9/12/1963 ____ H ____ L, 7-14

TEXAS STATE • 1-0 9/19/1992 ____ A____W, 23-20

TOLEDO • 2-4-1 11/14/1942___ 10/11/1947___ 11/15/1952___ 11/13/1958___ 11/12/1959___ 9/17/1960 ____ 9/30/1961 ____

H ___W, 39-12 A_____ L, 7-21 H ___ L, 21-24 A_____ L, 8-21 H _____ T, 8-8 A____ L, 30-34 H ___W, 14-12

TOWSON STATE • 4-0 10/15/1988___ 11/18/1989___ 11/10/1990___ 11/23/1991___

H ___W, 41-39 H ____W, 38-7 A_____W, 13-0 A____W, 27-17

UC DAVIS • 1-0

SOUTHERN UTAH • 1-1

9/23/2006 ____ H ___W, 38-24

10/13/2007___ H ___W, 23-22 10/4/2008 ____ A_____ L, 7-14

VILLANOVA • 7-2

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN • 1-2-1 10/5/1991 ____ 9/11/1993 ____ 9/1/1994 _____ 9/9/1995 _____

A_____W, 16-9 A____ L, 15-35 H ___ T, 10-10 H ____ L, 0-27

STONY BROOK • 1-0 9/15/2007 ____ H ____W, 42-6

SUSQUEHANNA • 1-1

11/8/1975 ____ 10/23/1976___ 9/10/1977 ____ 10/28/1978___ 10/6/1979 ____ 11/30/1991___ 11/28/1992___ 12/6/1997 ____ 11/13/1999___

H ____W, 25-6 A____ L, 14-34 A____W, 13-10 H ___ L, 17-22 A____W, 27-22 H ___W, 17-16 H ___W, 23-20 A____W, 37-34 A____W, 28-21

WAYNE STATE • 3-1 10/26/1974___ 10/30/1976___ 10/29/1977___ 9/16/1978 ____

H ____W, W, 56-7 A_____ L, 0-28 H ___W, 31-10 A____W, 21-10

WAYNESBURG • 2-1-1 9/19/1940 ____ 10/25/1941___ 11/15/1946___ 10/9/1953 ____

H _____ T, 6-6 A_____W, 12-0 H ____W, 25-7 H ____ L, 7-10

WEST CHESTER • 2-0 10/9/1954 ____ A_____W, 21-6 10/7/1955 ____ H ____W, 39-6

WESTERN COLORADO ST. • 1-1 9/22/1956 ____ A_____ L, 7-21 9/21/1957 ____ H ____W, 25-6

WESTERN ILLINOIS • 15-11 9/20/1969 ____ 10/16/1971___ 9/27/1975 ____ 10/2/1976 ____ 9/24/1977 ____ 11/11/1978___ 10/27/1979___ 11/8/1980 ____ 11/7/1981 ____ 11/6/1982 ____ 9/24/1983 ____ 9/22/1984 ____ 11/22/1997___ 10/3/1998 ____ 9/25/1999 ____ 10/21/2000___ 9/22/2001 ____ 10/26/2002___ 10/11/2003___ 11/6/2004 ____ 10/15/2005___ 10/14/2006___ 11/10/2007___ 11/22/2008___ 10/10/2009___ 10/16/2010___

A____ L, 28-35 H ___ L, 14-17 A____ L, 19-20 A____ L, 12-28 H ___W, 37-16 A_____W, 19-3 H ____W, 29-8 A_____W, 22-0 H ___W, 34-22 A____W, 28-20 H ___W, 42-14 A____ L, 15-48 H ___ L, 21-24 A_____ L, 0-14 H ___W, 28-24 A____ L, 10-24 H ____W, 41-7 A_____ L, 0-19 H ___ L, 20-54 A_____W, 34-9 H ___W, 23-21 A____W, 35-28 H ___W, 31-24 A____W, 31-28 H ___W, 31-21 A____ L, 38-40

WESTERN KENTUCKY • 6-10 10/9/1942 ____ 10/6/1956 ____ 10/12/1957___ 10/11/1958___ 10/11/1980___ 10/10/1981___ 10/9/1982 ____ 10/8/1983 ____ 10/28/1989___ 10/6/1990 ____ 10/27/2001___ 9/21/2002 ____ 11/15/2003___ 10/2/2004 ____ 11/12/2005___ 11/11/2006___

H ____W, 40-6 A_____ L, 9-26 H _____ L, 6-9 H ____W, 20-6 A____ L, 17-42 H ___ L, 14-35 A____ L, 14-28 H ___W, 24-13 H ___ L, 38-41 A____W, 17-14 H ___ L, 14-24 A_____ L, 7-13 H ___ L, 13-37 A____ L, 19-44 H ___W, 42-10 A_____W, 19-3

WESTERN MICHIGAN • 1-2 10/19/1957___ A____ L, 14-25 9/2/1993 _____ A____W, 17-13 9/11/1999 ____ A____ L, 28-46

WESTMINSTER • 3-0 10/22/1938___ A_____W, 20-0 11/18/1939___ H ____W, 46-0 10/10/1940___ H ____W, 44-0

WEST VIRGINIA • 0-1 10/29/1938___ H ____ L, 6-27

WINGATE • 1-0 10/21/1995___ H ____W, 56-7

WOFFORD • 1-0 8/29/1996 ____ H ____W, 28-0

XAVIER, OHIO • 1-2 LB Jeff Gergel played in the last Division II contest (1980) and first FCS game (1981) for YSU.

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10/13/1951___ A_____ L, 0-48 10/22/1955___ A_____ L, 0-26 10/28/1972___ A_____W, 47-7

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SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS 1955 • 4-5

1938 • 4-5

1948 • 4-3-2

Captains: Carmen Julius, Johnny Zban 9/15 Geneva _______________ L, 6-12 10/1 Case Western Reserve __ L, 0-33 10/7 at St. Vincent __________ L, 6-31 10/13 John Carroll __________ L, 12-20 10/22 at Westminster _________ W, 20-0 10/29 West Virginia ___________ L, 6-27 11/3 Davis & Elkins _________ W, 20-14 11/12 Clarion (HC) ___________ W, 46-0 11/19 at Detroit Tech _________ W, 19-0

Captain: Robert Thompson 9/25 Canisius _____________ W, 33-21 10/2 at Muhlenburg __________ L, 0-19 10/9 at John Carroll _________ L, 6-13 10/16 at Oklahoma City ______ L, 14-27 10/23 Central Michigan _______ W, 32-9 10/29 at Kent _______________ W, 19-7 11/5 Mississippi College (HC) _ W, 36-7 11/13 Gustavus Adolphus________ T, 7-7 11/19 Baldwin Wallace _______ T, 33-33

9/15 9/24 10/7 10/13 10/22 10/27 11/5 11/13 11/19

1939 • 4-5

1949 • 4-3-1

Captain: Tony Cougras 9/22 at West Colorado State __ L, 7-21 9/29 Midwestern Texas ______ W, 20-6 10/6 at Western Kentucky ____ L, 9-26 10/11 at Morris Harvey__________L, 0-6 10/18 Baldwin Wallace ________ W, 31-7 10/26 North Texas State (HC) _ L, 12-19 11/3 Marshall _____________ W, 33-13 11/9 Gustavus Adolphus______ W, 13-0

Captain: Carmen Julius 9/15 Geneva _______________ W, 20-7 9/22 at Morris Harvey__________L, 0-7 9/29 Ohio Wesleyan ________ L, 13-19 10/6 Saint Francis (Pa.) ______ W, 20-6 10/13 at Dayton ____________ L, 12-13 10/20 Detroit Tech ___________ L, 6-24 11/11 at Tennessee Tech ________L, 6-7 11/18 Westminster (HC) _______ W, 46-0 12/3 Davis & Elkins ___________ W, 3-0

1940 • 7-1-1 9/12 9/19 9/28 10/4 10/10 10/17 10/26 11/2 11/16

Geneva ________________ W, 7-0 Waynesburg _____________ T, 6-6 at Ohio _______________ L, 0-13 Detroit Tech ___________ W, 34-6 Westminster ___________ W, 44-0 Morris Harvey __________ W, 19-0 Tennessee Tech (HC) ___ W, 28-13 at Akron ______________ W, 13-0 at Ohio Wesleyan _______ W, 13-6

1941 • 7-0-1 9/18 9/26 10/4 10/10 10/17 10/25 10/31 11/7

Geneva _________________ T, 0-0 Ohio __________________ W, 14-0 at Morris Harvey________ W, 12-7 Illinois Wesleyan _______ W, 25-14 Oklahoma City _________ W, 48-7 at Waynesburg _________ W, 12-0 Tennessee Tech ________ W, 14-0 Akron (HC)_____________ W, 19-0

1942 • 6-3 9/19 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/22 10/30 11/7 11/14 11/21

South Dakota State _____ W, 14-0 Case Western Reserve __ L, 7-21 at St. Vincent __________ L, 7-19 Western Kentucky ______ W, 40-6 Geneva _______________ W, 20-0 Illinois Wesleyan (HC) ____ W, 35-6 at Geneva ___________ W, 31-19 Toledo _______________ W, 39-12 at Fort Knox (Ky.) _________L, 0-7

1946 • 7-1

Captains: August Yahn, Frank Davanzo 9/24 Canisius _____________ L, 26-28 10/8 John Carroll __________ W, 20-12 10/15 at Niagara _____________ W, 27-7 10/22 at Dayton _____________ L, 7-41 10/28 Mount Union (HC) _______ W, 21-6 11/3 Baldwin Wallace _______ W, 20-14 11/11 Muhlenburg ______________ T, 7-7 11/18 Gustavus Adolphus_____ L, 13-25

1950 • 3-5 9/23 10/5 10/14 10/21 10/27 11/2 11/11 11/16

at Dayton _______________L, 0-7 Gustavus Adolphus_____ L, 14-20 at John Carroll _________ L, 0-27 at Marshall ___________ W, 28-13 Niagara (HC) ___________ W, 14-6 Quantico Marines ______ L, 14-33 at Bowling Green _______ L, 7-22 Mount Union ___________ W, 21-0

1951 • 2-6-1

Captain: Ralph Goldston 9/22 at Camp Lejeune _______ L, 6-19 9/27 John Carroll ___________ W, 10-6 10/5 Dayton________________ L, 7-27 10/13 at Xavier ______________ L, 0-48 10/20 Saint Francis (Pa.) (HC) __ W, 27-6 10/25 Baldwin Wallace _______ L, 19-33 11/3 at St. Bonaventure ______ L, 6-39 11/10 Bowling Green _________ L, 0-20 11/13 Mount Union __________ T, 13-13

1956 • 4-4

1957 • 3-6

Captains: Davey Kimmel, Jim Vechiarella 9/21 West Colorado State ____ W, 25-6 9/28 Tennessee Tech ________ L, 7-12 10/4 at Eastern Michigan _____ W, 13-6 10/12 Western Kentucky (HC) ____L, 6-9 10/19 at Western Michigan ___ L, 14-25 11/2 Baldwin Wallace _______ L, 14-19 11/9 Gustavus Adolphus_____ W, 40-13 11/15 at North Texas State ___ L, 13-68 11/23 at Eastern Kentucky _____ L, 0-13

1958 • 4-4

Captains: Ray Carter, John Krafcik 9/20 at Ohio _______________ L, 0-38 9/27 at New Haven _________ W, 20-15 10/3 Eastern Michigan ______ L, 12-21 10/11 Western Kentucky (HC) __ W, 20-6 10/25 Eastern Kentucky _______ W, 14-9 10/30 Baldwin Wallace _______ W, 20-12 11/6 Gustavus Adolphus_____ L, 20-26 11/13 at Toledo ______________ L, 8-21

1952 • 4-3-1 9/27 10/4 10/9 10/18 10/23 11/1 11/8 11/15

1947 • 8-2

Captain: Sam Pagano 9/11 at Gustavus Adolphus ___ W, 13-0 9/23 Great Lakes Academy __ W, 34-32 10/9 at West Chester ________ W, 21-6 10/16 Eastern Kentucky (HC) ___ L, 7-25 10/23 Abilene Christian_______ L, 20-26 10/30 at John Carroll __________ W, 7-0 11/6 LaCrosse ____________ W, 39-13 11/11 Baldwin Wallace ________ W, 31-7 11/18 Mount Union ___________ W, 44-7

1959 • 5-4-1

Captain: Tom Smolanovich 9/12 at Gustavus Adolphus ____ W, 6-0 9/19 Tennessee A&I State ___ W, 13-12 9/25 at Eastern Michigan _____ W, 21-3 10/3 at Northern Michigan ______L, 0-7 10/8 Baldwin Wallace _________ W, 6-0 10/16 Ohio _________________ L, 12-44 10/31 Buffalo________________ L, 7-16 11/7 S. Connecticut State (HC) L, 22-25 11/12 Toledo __________________ T, 8-8 11/19 Akron ________________ W, 34-14

Captains: Harold Green, Pete Arlow 9/17 at Toledo _____________ L, 30-34 9/22 Eastern Michigan _______ W, 27-7 9/29 Northern Michigan (HC) _ W, 49-26 10/6 Baldwin Wallace _________ W, 7-6 10/15 at Buffalo ____________ L, 13-40 10/29 at S. Connecticut State ___ W, 8-7 11/10 Gustavus Adolphus_____ W, 55-35 11/17 Akron ________________ W, 34-21

1953 • 7-1 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/9 10/17 10/24 10/30 11/6

QB Frank Beck led the Penguins in 1953 and 1954.

1960 • 6-2

Gustavus Adolphus_____ W, 13-12 at Saint Francis (Pa.) ____ W, 35-0 Mount Union ___________ W, 26-7 Marshall (HC) ____________ T, 6-6 Baldwin Wallace _______ W, 13-12 at John Carroll _________ L, 0-40 at Bowling Green _______ L, 0-50 Toledo _______________ L, 21-24

Captain: Pete Lanzi 9/19 Geneva _______________ W, 26-0 9/29 at St. Bonaventure _____ W, 20-14 10/4 Case Western Reserve _ L, 13-20 10/19 St. Vincent ___________ W, 25-14 10/26 at Lebanon Valley _______ W, 20-6 11/2 Scranton (HC) _________ W, 33-14 11/9 Morris Harvey _________ W, 28-14 11/15 Waynesburg ___________ W, 25-7

Captain: Robert Thompson 9/20 Canisius ______________ W, 12-6 9/28 Baldwin-Wallace ________ W, 26-6 10/5 at Geneva _____________ W, 27-7 10/11 at Toledo ______________ L, 7-21 10/18 at Scranton ____________ L, 6-19 10/24 Central Michigan (HC) ___ W, 13-7 11/1 Oklahoma City ________ W, 19-13 11/8 at St. Vincent __________ W, 19-0 11/14 John Carroll ___________ W, 13-2 11/21 Kent __________________ W, 13-0

Ohio ____________________L, L 0 0-6 6 at Great Lakes Academy _ W, 25-0 West Chester __________ W, 39-6 Morris Harvey _________ L, 12-14 at Xavier ______________ L, 0-26 Baldwin Wallace (HC) ___ W, 28-14 at Marshall ___________ L, 12-20 Gustavus Adolphus______ W, 44-7 at Abilene Christian ____ L, 12-25

Bowling Green _________ W, 20-7 at Scranton ____________ W, 12-7 Saint Francis (Pa.) _____ W, 20-13 Waynesburg ___________ L, 7-10 at Eastern Kentucky ____ W, 20-19 at Baldwin Wallace _______ W, 7-0 John Carroll (HC) _______ W, 21-7 Gustavus Adolphus_____ W, 26-25

1961 • 4-4-1 9/21 9/30 10/7 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/4 11/9 11/18

1954 • 7-2

Central Michigan _______ W, 36-7 Toledo (HC) ___________ W, 14-12 at Baldwin Wallace ______ L, 0-40 S. Connecticut State ____ W, 28-8 at Albright _____________ L, 6-20 at Hillsdale ____________ L, 0-30 North Dakota _________ L, 13-20 Gustavus Adolphus______ W, 40-6 Texas Lutheran ________ T, 14-14

1962 • 6-3

Jim Vechiarella played center and linebacker for the Guins in the 1950’s. Later he was an NFL assistant coach for 20 years.

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9/15 9/22 9/29 10/6 10/13 10/20 10/25 11/1 11/10

at North Dakota ________ L, 7-20 at Central Michigan _____ W, 14-7 McMurray College ______ W, 19-0 Baldwin Wallace ________ L, 7-14 at S. Connecticut State _ L, 10-16 Albright (HC) ___________ W, 16-7 Hillsdale ______________ W, 29-6 Akron ________________ W, 17-13 at Texas Lutheran_______ W, 13-6

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Captains: Dick Adipotti, Joe Lutsi 9/16 at Tennessee Tech _____ W, 31-28 9/22 Central Michigan _______ L, 2-16 9/29 at Baldwin Wallace _____ L, 33-36 10/7 at Akron _____________ L, 12-19 10/14 S. Connecticut State ____ W, 35-0 10/21 at Pensacola Navy _____ L, 14-17 11/4 Southern Illinois (HC) ____ W, 29-3 11/11 at Eastern Kentucky ____ L, 12-37 11/18 Gustavus Adolphus_____ W, 21-10

1968 • 3-6

Captains: Ken Kacenga, Chuck Joseph 9/14 at Gustavus Adolphus __ W, 18-14 9/21 at Central Michigan ____ L, 20-24 10/5 at Baldwin Wallace ______ L, 6-26 10/12 Pensacola Navy _______ L, 38-58 10/19 at Morehead State _____ L, 26-35 10/26 South Dakota State (HC) L, 20-23 11/2 at Southern Illinois _____ W, 18-15 11/15 Eastern Kentucky ______ W, 26-12 11/22 Akron ________________ L, 13-48

1969 • 2-6 QB Ron Jaworski had two 300-plus yard passing performances.

1963 • 5-4-1 9/12 9/19 9/28 10/5 10/12 10/26 11/2 11/7 11/15 11/23

Texas Lutheran _________ L, 7-14 Central Michigan _________ T, 7-7 at Susquehanna ________ L, 7-12 McMurray ____________ W, 17-12 S. Connecticut St. (HC) __ W, 12-0 Baldwin-Wallace _______ W, 16-14 at Akron ______________ L, 7-21 Gustavus Adolphus______ W, 26-7 Augustana _____________ W, 20-6 at Eastern Kentucky ____ L, 14-34

1964 • 6-1-2

Captains: Ray Rohan, Richard Canacci 9/17 Gustavus Adolphus______ W, 25-7 9/26 Eastern Kentucky _______ W, 21-7 10/10 at S. Connecticut State _ W, 28-27 10/17 at Augustana _________ W, 40-22 10/24 at Baldwin Wallace ______ W, 26-6 10/31 at Central Michigan ____ L, 20-25 11/5 St. Norbert _____________ T, 7-7 11/14 Susquehanna (HC) _____ W, 17-12 11/21 at McMurray _________ T, 14-14

Captains: Dave DelSignore, George Jordan 9/20 at Western Illinois ______ L, 28-35 9/27 Southern Illinois _______ L, 14-43 10/11 at Pensacola Navy ______ L, 6-21 10/18 Morehead State _______ L, 12-21 10/25 at South Dakota State __ W, 17-16 11/1 SE Louisiana (HC) _______ W, 20-7 11/8 at Akron _____________ L, 27-60 11/14 Gustavus Adolphus______ L, 8-40

1970 • 0-9

Captains: George Miller, Mike Roman, William Vukovich 9/19 Tennessee Tech _______ L, 19-32 9/26 at Southern Illinois _____ L, 20-45 10/3 Tampa _______________ L, 13-35 10/10 at Murray State _______ L, 32-42 10/17 Northern Michigan (HC) _ L, 27-43 10/31 at SE Louisiana________ L, 27-50 11/7 Akron ________________ L, 14-42 11/14 Gustavus Adolphus______ L, 7-20 11/21 Chattanooga __________ L, 10-14

1972 • 4-4-1

Captains: Joe Caldwell, Cole Pentz 9/9 at Dayton ____________ L, 13-18 9/23 at North Dakota State __ L, 10-16 9/30 at South Dakota State __ L, 22-34 10/7 Northern Michigan _____W, 37-36 10/21 Akron (HC)____________W, 22-21 10/28 at Xavier (Ohio) _________ W, 47-7 11/4 at Central State ________ W, 28-6 11/11 Central Michigan ______ T, 28-28 11/18 at Indiana (Pa.) ________ L, 14-31

1973 • 4-6

Captains: Ron Yoder, Elliott Dunlap, Farris Scott, Bill Sperlazza 9/8 at Dayton _____________ L, 0-22 9/15 at Austin Peay__________ L, 7-16 9/22 South Dakota State _____ L, 6-27 10/6 at Northern Michigan ___ L, 12-30 10/13 Eastern Illinois (HC) ____W, 27-14 10/20 at Akron ______________ L, 7-31 10/27 at Eastern Michigan _____ L, 2-42 11/3 North Dakota State ____W, 12-10 11/10 Murray State ___________ W, 12-8 11/17 Indiana (Pa.) ___________ W, 44-0

1974 • 8-2

Captains: Nazih Banna, Elliott Dunlap 9/14 Austin Peay ____________ W, 24-7 9/21 at South Dakota State __W, 35-21 10/5 Northern Michigan _____W, 24-10 10/12 Tennessee Tech ________ W, 23-0 10/19 at Ball State __________ L, 14-21 10/26 Wayne State (HC) ______ W, 56-7 11/2 at Eastern Illinois ______ W, 13-3 11/9 at Central State ______ W, 25-14 11/16 Akron ________________ W, 30-0 11/30 at Delaware^ _________ L, 14-35 ^NCAA Division II Playoff Game

Captains: Don Calloway, Rick Carter, Dave Garden 9/13 Central State _________ W, 10-0 9/20 at Tennessee Tech _____ W, 15-0 9/27 at Western Illinois ______ L, 19-20 10/4 at Northern Michigan ____ L, 0-15 10/18 Morehead State (HC) ___ W, 28-0 10/25 at Akron ______________ L, 6-17 11/1 Eastern Michigan _____ W, 15-14 11/8 Villanova _____________ W, 25-6 11/15 South Dakota State ____ L, 21-38

Captains: Ray Rohan, Albert Grossi 9/17 Central Michigan ______ W, 35-14 9/25 at Morehead State ____ W, 1-0; FO 10/2 Southern Illinois _________ W, 9-7 10/9 S. Connecticut State (HC) W, 16-7 10/16 at Augustana __________ W, 29-0 10/30 Baldwin-Wallace ________ L, 0-30 11/6 at Maine _____________ L, 22-27 11/12 Gustavus Adolphus______ W, 21-8

1976 • 4-6

1966 • 5-3-1

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Captains: Rosie Blackwell, Lew Lowery 9/18 at Central Michigan ____ L, 19-47 9/25 Central State __________ W, 30-0 10/2 at Tampa ______________ L, 0-49 10/9 at Northern Michigan ____ L, 0-29 10/16 Western Illinois (HC) ____ L, 14-17 10/30 at Dayton ____________ L, 24-35 11/13 Gustavus Adolphus______ W, 14-0 11/20 at Akron _______________ L, 0-7

1975 • 5-4

1965 • 6-2

Captains: Jake Ferro, Ed Matey 9/17 at Central Michigan ______ W, 7-6 9/24 Morehead State (HC) ___ L, 12-21 10/1 Lincoln _______________ L, 7-12 10/8 at Southern Illinois _____ T, 21-21 10/22 at S. Connecticut State _ W, 43-14 10/27 Lock Haven ____________ W, 36-6 11/5 Maine ________________ W, 14-6 11/12 Baldwin Wallace _______ W, 27-14 11/19 at Buffalo ____________ L, 16-25

1971 • 2-6

C Ed McGlasson anchored the line in 1978 and 1979.

Captain: Cliff Stoudt 9/11 at Dayton ____________ L, 16-41 9/18 Tennessee Tech _______ L, 10-13 9/25 Akron _________________ L, 3-24 10/2 at Western Illinois _____ L, 12-28 10/9 Saginaw Valley (HC) ___ W, 22-21 10/16 at Morehead State _____ W, 33-7 10/23 at Villanova __________ L, 14-34 10/30 at Wayne State _________L, 0-28 11/6 Eastern Illinois _______ W, 36-14 11/13 at Central State _______ W, 45-7

1977 • 7-3

Captains: Ron Pentz, Don McCloud 9/10 at Villanova ___________ W, 13-10 9/17 at Tennessee Tech _____ L, 22-38 9/24 Western Illinois ________ W, 37-16 10/1 at Massachusetts ______ L, 13-54 10/8 at Saginaw Valley State _ W, 22-12 10/15 at Akron _____________ W, 28-10 10/22 Dayton (HC) __________ L, 23-27 10/29 Wayne State __________ W, 31-10 11/5 Eastern Illinois ________ W, 52-22 11/12 Central State __________ W, 34-6

1978 • 10-2 | 5-0 MID-CON Captains: Sam Barbera, Tom Farina 9/9 at Northern Iowa* _____ W, 31-14 9/16 at Wayne State ________ W, 21-10 9/23 at Ashland ____________ W, 58-7 9/30 Saginaw Valley State ___ W, 49-12 10/7 Eastern Illinois* _______ W, 40-24 10/14 at Central State _______ W, 56-33 10/21 Akron* (HC) ___________ W, 27-3 10/28 Villanova _____________ L, 17-22 11/4 Northern Michigan* ____ W, 41-14 11/11 at Western Illinois* ______ W, 19-3 11/25 Nebraska-Omaha^ _____ W, 21-14 12/2 at Eastern Illinois^ _____ L, 22-26 *Mid-Continent Conference Game ^NCAA Division II Playoffs 1979 • 11-2 | 5-0 MID-CON NCAA DIVISION II RUNNER-UP

Captains: Jim Ferranti, Terry Dittmer 9/8 at Illinois State ________ W, 33-27 9/15 Central State __________ W, 17-6 9/22 Ashland _______________ W, 24-3 9/29 Northern Iowa*_________ W, 29-0 10/6 at Villanova ___________ W, 27-22 10/13 at Northern Michigan* __ W, 24-23 10/20 at Akron* _____________ W, 16-3 10/27 Western Illinois* (HC) ____ W, 29-8 11/3 at Eastern Illinois* _____ W, 49-21 11/10 Delaware _____________ L, 45-51 11/24 South Dakota State^ ____ W, 50-7 12/1 Alabama A&M^ ________ W, 52-0 12/8 vs. Delaware^ ________ L, 21-38 *Mid-Continent Conference Game ^NCAA Division II Playoffs

1980 • 2-8-1 | 1-3 MID-CON Captains: Robby Robson, Pat Durina, Marvin Sperlazza 9/13 at Murray State ________ L, 6-24 9/20 at Eastern Kentucky _____ L, 0-45 9/27 Northern Michigan* _____ L, 7-10 10/4 Akron ___________________ T, 0-0 10/11 at Western Kentucky ___ L, 17-42 10/18 Morehead State _______ L, 14-20 10/25 at Eastern Illinois* ______ L, 7-32 11/1 Northern Iowa* (HC) ___ L, 17-38 11/8 at Western Illinois* ______ W, 22-0 11/15 American International __ W, 41-20 11/22 at Delaware___________ L, 13-20 *Mid-Continent Conference Game 1981 • 7-4 | 3-3 OHIO VALLEY Captains: Jeff Gergel, Brett Modic 9/5 at Cincinnati __________ W, 19-13 9/12 Eastern Kentucky* ______ L, 6-26 9/19 Murray State*__________ L, 9-13 10/3 at Akron* _____________ W, 34-7 10/10 Western Kentucky* (HC) L, 14-35 10/17 at Delaware___________ W, 24-21 10/24 Eastern Illinois ________ W, 48-16 10/31 at MTSU* ____________ W, 13-10 11/7 Western Illinois ________ W, 34-22 11/14 at Morehead State* _____ W, 38-7 11/21 at Northern Iowa ______ L, 43-45 *Ohio Valley Conference Game

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SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS 1982 • 6-5 | 4-3 OHIO VALLEY m Cullen, Cullen Paris Wicks Captains: Tom 9/4 Akron*_______________ L, 19-20 9/11 at Eastern Kentucky*___ L, 17-31 9/18 Tennessee Tech* ______ W, 37-14 9/25 at Cincinnati ___________ L, 3-57 10/2 Eastern Illinois ________ L, 23-27 10/9 at Western Kentucky* __ L, 14-28 10/16 at Austin Peay* ________ W, 31-9 10/30 MTSU* (HC) __________ W, 11-10 11/6 at Western Illinois ______ W, 28-20 11/13 at Morehead State* ____ W, 38-19 11/20 Northern Iowa _________ W, 25-13 *Ohio Valley Conference Game 1983 • 4-7 | 2-5 OHIO VALLEY Captains: Mark Derthick, Rick Brunot 9/10 Eastern Kentucky* _____ L, 23-28 9/17 at Tennessee Tech* ____ W, 34-22 9/24 Western Illinois ________ W, 42-14 10/1 at Eastern Illinois ______ L, 20-21 10/8 Western Kentucky _____ W, 24-13 10/15 Austin Peay* (HC)______ W, 41-19 10/22 at Northern Iowa ______ L, 13-23 10/29 at MTSU* ____________ L, 24-35 11/5 at Akron* ____________ L, 21-49 11/12 Murray State*__________ L, 7-19 11/19 Morehead State* ______ L, 20-27 *Ohio Valley Conference Game 1984 • 7-4 | 5-2 OHIO VALLEY

Captain: Mark Derthick 9/1 Eastern Michigan _______ W, 31-7 9/8 at Eastern Kentucky*___ L, 17-22 9/15 at Cincinnati __________ W, 27-23 9/22 at Western Illinois ______ L, 15-48 10/6 Tennessee Tech* _______ W, 51-0 10/13 at Austin Peay* ___ W, 16-13 (OT) 10/20 Northern Iowa (HC)______ L, 6-16 10/27 MTSU* ______________ W, 23-13 11/3 Akron*_________________ W, 3-2 11/10 at Murray State* _______ L, 7-35 11/17 at Morehead State* ____ W, 35-31 *Ohio Valley Conference Game

1985 • 5-6 | 3-3 OHIO VALLEY C t i G B b Robert R b t Thompson, Th Captains: Gary Barber, Nick Xides 9/7 at Eastern Michigan ____ L, 22-27 9/14 Cincinnati ____________ L, 27-29 9/21 Florida A&M __________ W, 28-21 9/28 Eastern Kentucky* _____ L, 29-36 10/5 Northeastern _________ W, 23-18 10/12 at Tennessee Tech* ____ W, 23-16 10/19 Austin Peay* (HC)______ W, 35-14 10/26 at Northern Iowa ______ L, 26-50 11/2 at MTSU* _______L, 21-28 (2 OT) 11/9 at Akron* _____________ L, 5-30 11/22 Morehead State* ______ W, 20-17 *Ohio Valley Conference Game 1986 • 2-9 | 2-5 OHIO VALLEY Captains: David Janofa, Vince Peterson, Rick Shepas 9/6 Nicholls State _________ L, 19-34 9/13 Eastern Michigan ______ L, 17-18 9/20 at Northeastern _______ L, 21-23 9/27 at Southern Illinois _____ L, 17-24 10/11 Tennessee Tech* _______ W, 30-6 10/18 at Austin Peay * _______ L, 10-13 10/25 at Eastern Kentucky*___ L, 17-38 11/1 MTSU* (HC) __________ L, 14-49 11/8 at Murray State* ______ L, 14-17 11/15 at Morehead State* ____ L, 24-27 11/21 Akron*_______________ W, 40-39 *Ohio Valley Conference Game 1987 • 8-4 | 5-1 OHIO VALLEY Captains: Jerry Dunlap, David Janofa, Trenton Lykes, Mike Peterson 9/5 at Eastern Michigan ____ L, 20-35 9/12 at Bowling Green ______ W, 20-17 9/26 at Marshall ___________ L, 13-38 10/3 Northeastern _________ W, 29-14 10/10 at Tennessee Tech* ____ W, 18-15 10/17 Austin Peay* (HC)______ W, 20-18 10/24 Eastern Kentucky* ______ L, 7-14 10/31 at MTSU* ____________ W, 17-16 11/7 Murray State * ____ W, 20-13 (OT) 11/14 Morehead State* ______ W, 38-14 11/20 at Akron ______________ W, 10-6 11/28 at Northern Iowa^ _____ L, 28-31 *Ohio Valley Conference ^NCAA Division I-AA Playoffs 1988 • 4-7

Captains: Paul Soltis, Mike McGlone, Jason Price, Jim Zdelar 9/3 at Kent State __________ L, 3-34 9/10 Eastern Michigan ______ L, 12-17 9/24 at Eastern Illinois ______ W, 33-13 10/1 Akron _________________ L, 7-33 10/8 at Northeastern ________ L, 7-23 10/15 Towson State (HC) _____ W, 41-39 10/22 at Bowling Green ______ L, 16-20 10/29 at Liberty _____________ L, 0-29 11/5 Indiana State___________ W, 25-7 11/12 Southern Illinois _______ W, 31-14 11/19 Marshall _____________ L, 15-38

1989 • 9-4

YSU had Penguins script on the helmet in 1984 and 1985.

Captains: Andre Peterson, Mike Cochran, Steve Jones, Tony Dunn 9/2 at Maine _____________ L, 14-28 9/9 at Eastern Michigan _____ L, 3-14 9/23 Akron ________________ W, 20-17 9/30 Morgan State _________ W, 45-22 10/7 at Indiana State _______ W, 20-19 10/14 Northeastern (HC) ______ W, 44-0 10/21 at Central Michigan _____ W, 30-3 10/28 Western Kentucky _____ L, 38-41 11/4 Liberty _______________ W, 41-14 11/11 Edinboro _____________ W, 28-14 11/18 Towson State __________ W, 38-7

11/25 at Eastern Kentucky^ __ W, 28-24 42 12/2 at Furman^ ___________ L L, 23 23-42 ^NCAA Division I-AA Playoffs

1990 • 11-1

Captains: Archie Herring, Tony Bowens, Pete Rekstis, Don Sveck, Ray Ellington 9/1 Bloomsburg ___________ W, 43-7 9/8 Edinboro _____________ W, 31-27 9/15 at Northeastern ________ W, 37-3 9/22 Eastern Michigan ______ W, 24-14 9/29 Akron ________________ W, 28-23 10/6 at Western Kentucky ___ W, 17-14 10/13 at Liberty _____________ W, 34-6 10/20 at James Madison _____ W, 31-15 11/3 Ohio (HC)______________ W, 27-0 11/10 at Towson _____________ W, 13-0 11/17 Maine _______________ W, 38-17 11/24 Central Florida^ _______ L, 17-20 ^NCAA Division I-AA Playoffs

1991 • 12-3 DIVISION I-AA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Captains: Ray Isaac, Ron Strollo, Pat Danko, Derek Pixley, Kevin Brown 9/7 Edinboro ______________ W, 24-0 9/14 at Delaware State______ L, 29-33 9/21 Morgan State _________ W, 57-22 9/28 Northeastern __________ W, 59-7 10/5 at Stephen F. Austin _____ W, 16-9 10/12 at Akron _____________ L, 24-38 10/19 Liberty (HC)____________ L, 8-10 11/2 at Georgia Southern ____ W, 19-17 11/9 James Madison _______ W, 28-21 11/16 Slippery Rock _________ W, 40-21 11/23 at Towson State _______ W, 27-17 11/30 Villanova^ ____________ W, 17-16 12/7 at Nevada-Reno^ ______ W, 30-28 12/14 Samford^ _____________ W, 10-0 12/21 vs. Marshall^ _________ W, 25-17 ^NCAA Division I-AA Playoffs

1992 • 11-3-1 DIVISION I-AA RUNNER UP

11/13 at Illinois State ________ L, 10-13 W 19-0 19 0 11/20 at Akron ______________ W, 11/27 Central Florida^ _______ W, 56-30 12/4 Georgia Southern^ ____ W, 34-14 12/11 Idaho^_______________ W, 35-16 12/18 at Marshall^ ___________ W, 17-5 ^NCAA Division I-AA Playoffs

1994 • 14-0-1 DIVISION I-AA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Captains: Lester Weaver, Chris Sammarone, Ray Miller, Chris Kross, Reggie Lee 9/1 Stephen F. Austin ______ T, 10-10 9/10 at Delaware State_______ W, 26-3 9/17 Eastern Kentucky _______ W, 13-6 9/24 Slippery Rock _________ W, 52-17 10/1 McNeese State_________ W, 28-8 10/8 North Alabama (HC) ____ W, 17-14 10/15 Kent State ____________ W, 28-14 10/29 Akron _________________ W, 41-7 11/5 at Buffalo _____________ W, 27-3 11/12 at Massachusetts _______ W, 28-9 11/19 at Indiana State ________ W, 14-3 11/25 Alcorn State^ _________ W, 63-20 12/3 Eastern Kentucky^ ____ W, 18-15 12/10 Montana^ _____________ W, 28-9 12/17 vs. Boise State^ ______ W, 28-14 ^NCAA Division I-AA Playoffs

1995 • 3-8

Captains: Mark Brungard, Paul Conn, Steve Six, Leon Jones, Jermaine Hopkins, Phillip Jean-Baptiste 9/2 at Kent State _________ L, 14-17 9/9 Stephen F. Austin _______ L, 0-27 9/16 Slippery Rock _________ W, 28-12 9/23 at McNeese State ______ L, 3-31 10/7 at Delaware___________ L, 13-34 10/14 Central Michigan ______ L, 25-46 10/21 Wingate (HC) ___________ W, 56-7 10/28 Indiana State___________ L, 6-13 11/4 at Akron _____________ W, 24-10 11/11 Buffalo__________________L, 6-9 11/18 Illinois State __________ L, 13-30

Captains: Nick Cochran, Herb Williams, Craig Kertesz, Marcus Evans, Dave Roberts, Chris Vecchione 9/5 Clarion________________ W, 48-7 9/12 Delaware State ________ W, 42-20 9/19 at Texas State ________ W, 23-20 9/26 James Madison _______ L, 49-52 10/3 at Indiana State _______ W, 30-24 10/10 Illinois State __________ W, 34-10 10/17 at Northeastern _______ L, 23-28 10/31 Eastern Illinois (HC) ____ W, 28-19 11/7 at Ohio ______________ W, 28-20 11/14 at Akron _____________ T, 10-10 11/21 Georgia Southern ______ W, 21-10 11/28 Villanova^ ____________ W, 23-20 12/5 at The Citadel^ _______ W, 42-17 12/12 at Northern Iowa^ ______ W, 19-7 12/19 at Marshall^ __________ L, 28-31 ^NCAA Division I-AA Playoffs

1993 • 13-2 DIVISION I-AA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Captains: Jeff Wilkins, Tamron Smith, Drew Gerber, David Burch, Jeff Powers, Alfred Hill III 9/2 at Western Michigan ___ W, 17-13 9/11 at Stephen F. Austin ____ L, 15-35 9/18 Morgan State _________ W, 56-27 10/2 at Eastern Kentucky ____ W, 26-22 10/9 Delaware State (HC) ____ W, 42-28 10/16 Liberty ________________ W, 42-0 10/23 Samford ______________ W, 24-7 10/30 Buffalo_______________ W, 38-12 11/6 Indiana State__________ W, 17-10

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SEASON-BY-SEASON RESULTS 1996 • 8-3

9/16 at Penn State __________ L, 3-37 9/23 UC Davis _____________ W W, 38-24 9/30 at Missouri State* _____ W, 37-10 10/7 Indiana State* ________ W, 55-17 10/14 at Western Illinois* _____ W, 35-28 10/21 UNI* (HC) ____________ L, 23-31 10/28 at Illinois State* _______ W, 27-13 11/4 Southern Illinois* ______ W, 31-24 11/11 at Western Kentucky* ___ W, 19-3 11/25 James Madison^ ______ W, 35-31 12/2 Illinois State^ _________ W, 28-21 12/9 at Appalachian State^ __ L, 24-49 *Gateway Conference ^NCAA FCS Playoffs

Captains: Jim Jones, D Dan IInglis, li Ch Chris i IInglis, li Andre Jethroe 8/29 Wofford _______________ W, 28-0 9/7 Slippery Rock __________ W, 22-0 9/14 at Kent ______________ L, 12-28 9/21 at Illinois State ___L, 28-31 (2 OT) 9/28 Clarion_______________ W, 51-10 10/12 at Buffalo _____________ W, 17-6 10/19 Ashland _______________ W, 38-3 10/26 Northwestern State (HC) W, 24-14 11/2 Northern Iowa _________ L, 10-23 11/9 at Missouri State ______ W, 17-13 11/16 at Hofstra _____________ W, 14-3

1997 • 13-2 | 4-2 GATEWAY DIVISION I-AA NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

Captains: Matt Hogg, Todd Kollar, Demond Tidwell, Harry Deligianis, Tom Paolucci, DeWayne Thompson 8/28 Slippery Rock __________ W, 33-9 9/6 Kent State ____________ W, 44-23 9/20 at Boston _____________ W, 28-7 9/27 Hofstra ______________ W, 27-22 10/4 at Indiana State* _______ W, 31-0 10/11 Buffalo (HC) __________ W, 52-17 10/18 at Northern Iowa* _____ L, 32-35 11/1 Illinois State* __________ W, 13-0 11/8 at Southern Illinois* ____ W, 34-10 11/15 Missouri State* _______ W, 45-13 11/22 Western Illinois* _______ L, 21-24 11/29 Hampton^____________ W, 28-13 12/6 at Villanova^ __________ W, 37-34 12/13 at Eastern Washington^ W, 25-14 12/20 vs. McNeese State^ ____ W, 10-9 *Gateway Conference ^NCAA Division I-AA Playoffs

1998 • 6-5 | 3-3 GATEWAY Captains: Jake Andreadis, Matt Richardson, Mike Stanec, Anthony Pannunzio 9/3 Clarion________________ W, 50-6 9/12 at Kent State _________ W, 24-10 9/19 Indiana State* ________ W, 20-14 10/3 at Western Illinois* ______ L, 0-14 10/10 Southern Illinois* (HC) __ W, 34-21 10/17 Delaware _____________ L, 20-30 10/24 New Haven _______ W, 18-15 (OT) 10/31 at Central Florida ______ L, 32-44 11/7 Northern Iowa*________ L, 14-42 11/14 at Illinois State* _______ L, 14-48 11/21 at Missouri State* _____ W, 24-17 *Gateway Conference 1999 • 12-3 | 5-1 GATEWAY DIVISION I-AA RUNNER UP

Captains: Frank Rutherford, Kawonza Swan, Anthony Rozzo 9/2 Slippery Rock _________ W, 44-14 9/11 at Western Michigan ___ L, 28-46 9/18 Indiana (Pa.) ___________ W, 13-7 9/25 Western Illinois* _______ W, 28-24 10/2 at Indiana State* ______ W, 31-28 10/9 at Southern Illinois* W, 43-37 (OT) 10/16 Cal Poly (HC)___________ W, 10-7 10/23 at Northern Iowa* _____ W, 29-20 10/30 Illinois State* _________ L, 28-31 11/6 Missouri State* _______ W, 17-14 11/13 at Villanova ___________ W, 28-21 11/27 at Montana^ __________ W, 30-27 12/4 North Carolina A&T^ ____ W, 41-3 12/11 Florida A&M^ _________ W, 27-24 12/18 vs. Georgia Southern^ _ L, 24-59 *Gateway Conference ^NCAA Division I-AA Playoffs

Codera Jackson helped lead YSU to Gateway titles in 2005 and 2006.

2000 • 9-3 | 4-2 GATEWAY

Captains: Senior Game Captains 8/31 Slippery Rock _________ W, 24-10 9/9 Edinboro ______________ W, 33-0 9/16 at Kent State _________ W, 26-20 9/30 at Missouri State* _____ W, 19-13 10/7 at Illinois State* _______ W, 14-12 10/14 Northern Iowa*________ W, 28-24 10/21 at Western Illinois* _____ L, 10-24 10/28 Indiana State* (HC) _____ W, 42-7 11/4 Hofstra ________ W, 42-35 (2 OT) 11/11 Southern Illinois* ______ L, 20-21 11/18 at Cal Poly ___________ W, 35-13 11/25 at Richmond^ __________ L, 3-10 *Gateway Conference ^NCAA Division I-AA Playoffs

2001 • 8-3 | 5-2 GATEWAY Captains: Jeff Ryan, Dave Tesniarz, Bob Sivik, LeVar Greene, Bruce Hightower 8/30 Lock Haven ____________ W, 38-7 9/8 Clarion________________ W, 44-0 9/22 Western Illinois* ________ W, 41-7 9/29 at Northern Iowa* _____ L, 11-30 10/6 at Indiana State* ______ W, 35-21 10/13 Missouri State* _______ W, 41-20 10/20 Illinois State* (HC) _____ W, 44-30 10/27 Western Kentucky* ____ L, 14-24 11/3 at Southern Illinois* _____ W, 31-7 11/17 Elon __________________ W, 45-7 11/24 at Marshall ___________ L, 24-38 *Gateway Conference 2002 • 7-4 | 4-3 GATEWAY Captains: P.J. Mays, Jon Tekac, John Schumacher 8/29 Clarion_______________ W, 27-14 9/7 McNeese State________ L, 13-28 9/21 at Western Kentucky* ___ L, 7-13 9/28 at Missouri State* _____ W, 24-17 10/5 Indiana State* ________ W, 31-16 10/12 at Florida Atlantic ______ W, 24-17 10/19 Northern Iowa*_________ L, 7-22 10/26 at Western Illinois* ______ L, 0-19 11/2 Southern Illinois* (HC) ___ W, 21-9 11/9 at Illinois State* _______ W, 24-17 11/23 Samford _____________ W, 37-29 *Gateway Conference Game 2003 • 5-7 | 2-5 GATEWAY Captains: Mike Burns, Josiah Doby, Justin Dellarose, Sherod Holmes

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8/28 Edinboro _____________ W, 35-11 9/6 Slippery Rock _________ W, 45-12 9/13 at Kent State _________ L, 13-16 9/20 Florida Atlantic _________ L, 6-13 9/27 at Liberty _____________ W, 34-3 10/4 Missouri State* ________ W, 34-7 10/11 Western Illinois* _______ L, 20-54 10/18 at Indiana State* __ W, 30-24 (OT) 10/25 Illinois State* (HC) _____ L, 25-35 11/1 at Northern Iowa* ______ L, 9-47 11/8 at Southern Illinois* ____ L, 17-24 11/15 Western Kentucky* ____ L, 13-37 *Gateway Conference

2004 • 4-7 | 2-5 GATEWAY Captains: Mike Bracken, Yancey Marcum, Senior Game 9/2 Slippery Rock _________ W, 35-13 9/11 Florida International L, 16-22 (OT) 9/18 at McNeese State _____ L, 20-24 9/25 Liberty _______________ W, 27-17 10/2 at Western Kentucky* __ L, 19-44 10/9 Southern Illinois* _______ L, 2-37 10/16 Northern Iowa* (HC) ___ L, 20-22 10/23 at Illinois State* _______ L, 24-30 10/30 Indiana State* ________ W, 45-20 11/6 at Western Illinois* ______ W, 34-9 11/13 at Missouri State* _____ L, 28-34 *Gateway Conference 2005 • 8-3 | 5-2 GATEWAY Captains: Kyle Smith, Aaron Marshall, Brandon Brown, Justin Scholes 9/1 Slippery Rock _________ W, 44-14 9/10 Northeastern _________ W, 35-16 9/17 at Liberty _____________ W, 42-0 9/24 at Pittsburgh ___________ L, 0-41 10/1 Illinois State* _________ W, 20-17 10/8 at Indiana State* _______ W, 45-0 10/15 Western Illinois* _______ W, 23-21 10/22 Missouri State* (HC) ____ W, 31-7 10/29 at UNI* _______________ L, 7-21 11/5 at Southern Illinois* ____ L, 17-31 11/12 Western Kentucky* ____ W, 42-10 *Gateway Conference 2006 • 11-3 | 6-1 GATEWAY Captains: Jason Perry, Jeremiah Wright, Ryan Jewell, Josh Cayson 8/31 Slippery Rock _________ W, 51-21 9/9 Maine _______________ W, 34-14

2007 • 7-4 | 3-3 GATEWAY Captains: Jeremiah Wright, Louis Irizarry, Bob Perez, Tom Zetts, James Terry 9/1 at Ohio State __________ L, 6-38 9/8 South Dakota State ____ W, 23-17 9/15 Stony Brook ___________ W, 42-6 9/22 Lock Haven ____________ W, 35-3 9/29 Missouri State* _______ W, 49-21 10/6 at Southern Illinois* ____ L, 17-24 10/13 Southern Utah ________ W, 23-22 10/20 Illinois State* (HC) _____ L, 22-27 10/27 at UNI* ______________ L, 13-14 11/3 at Indiana State* _______ W, 40-7 11/10 Western Illinois* _______ W, 31-24 *Gateway Conference 2008 • 4-8 | 3-5 MISSOURI VALLEY Captains: Brad Samsa, Mychal Savage 8/30 at Ohio State __________ L, 0-43 9/6 at South Dakota State* __ L, 7-40 9/13 Central State __________ W, 38-0 9/20 North Dakota State* ___ W, 32-24 9/27 Liberty _______________ L, 28-31 10/4 at Southern Utah _______ L, 7-14 10/11 at Missouri State* _____ L, 28-42 10/18 Southern Illinois* _______ L, 0-33 10/25 UNI* (HC) ____________ L, 20-21 11/1 at Illinois State* _______ L, 44-54 11/8 Indiana State* ________ W, 35-21 11/22 at Western Illinois* _____ W, 31-28 *Missouri Valley Football Conference 2009 • 6-5 | 4-4 MISSOURI VALLEY Captains: Donald Jones, Mychal Savage 9/5 at Pittsburgh ___________ L, 3-38 9/12 Austin Peay ___________ W, 38-21 9/19 at Northeastern _______ W, 38-21 9/26 at Indiana State* _______ W, 28-0 10/3 Missouri State* ________ L, 7-17 10/10 Western Illinois* _______ W, 31-21 10/24 at Southern Illinois* _____ L, 8-27 10/31 South Dakota St.* (HC) __ L, 3-17 11/7 at UNI* _______________ L, 7-21 11/14 Illinois State* _________ W, 30-18 11/21 at North Dakota State* _ W, 39-35 *Missouri Valley Football Conference 2010 • 3-8 | 1-7 MISSOURI VALLEY Captains: Dominique Barnes, Eric Rodemoyer, Torrance Nicholson, Brandian Ross 9/4 at Penn State _________ L, 14-44 9/11 Butler ________________ W, 31-7 9/18 C. Connecticut State ___ W, 63-20 9/25 Southern Illinois* ______ W, 31-28 10/2 at Missouri State* _____ L, 25-35 10/9 North Dakota State* ___ L, 29-34 10/16 at Western Illinois* _____ L, 38-40 10/23 at South Dakota State* _ L, 20-30 10/30 UNI* (HC) ____________ L, 30-34 11/6 at Illinois State* _______ L, 38-40 11/13 Indiana State* ________ L, 24-30 *Missouri Valley Football Conference

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TEAM AWARDS John Delserone erone MVP 2010 2009 2008 2007 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1985 1984 1983 1982

Jamaine Cook, TB Donald Jones, WR Brandon Summers, QB Tom Zetts, QB James Terry, LB Marcus Mason, TB Kyle Smith, WR Mike Bracken, SS Sherod Holmes, CB P.J. Mays, TB Jeff Ryan, QB Tim Johnson, LB Adrian Brown, TB Mike Stanec, LB Harry Deligianis, DE Chris Inglis, LB Leon Jones, LB Shawn Patton, TB Tamron Smith, TB Dave Roberts, DB Ray Isaac, QB Ray Ellington, WR Steve Jones, RB Paul Soltis, LB Trenton Lykes, QB Rick Shepas, WR Pat Tolar, LB John Goode, TE Paris Wicks, RB

Outstanding Offensive Player 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

Dominique Barnes, WR Kevin Smith, TB Brandon Summers, QB Ferlando Williams, WR Monquantae Gibson,TB Jameson Evans, WR Kyle Smith, WR Josh Davis, OT P.J. Mays, TB P.J. Mays, TB Jeff Ryan, QB Elliott Giles, WR Adrian Brown, TB Demond Tidwell, QB Jake Smallfield, TE Mark Brungard, QB Trent Boykin, WR Darnell Clark, TB Nick Cochran, QB Herb Williams, WR Ron Strollo, TE Archie Herring, TB Steve Jones, TB Jim Zdelar, OT Trenton Lykes, QB Trenton Lykes, QB Rick Shepas, WR

Outstanding Defensive Player 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

Torrance Nicholson, DT Mychal Savage, DE Crispin Fernandez, DE Vince Gliatta, SS Marty Hutchinson, LB Mike Andrews, LB Jason Perry, CB Waymann Peters, CB Jon Tekac, LB

2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986

Antulio Aroche, CB Tim Johnson, LB Ian Dominelli, LB Dwyte Smiley, SS Tom Paolucci, LB Kawonza Swan, LB Jermaine Hopkins, DL Reggie Brown, DB Jeff Powers, LB Malcolm Everett, DB Ron Brown, LB Tony Bowens, DT John Matakovich, DB Sam Wesley, LB Paul Soltis, LB Jason Price, DB

Ron Stoops Inspirational Player 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988

Brandian Ross, CB Draye Ersery, LB Mychal Savage, DT Dustin Helle, WR Jason Perry, CB Justin Scholes, DE Phil Larmon, WR Justin Dellarose, LB Jon Tekac, LB LeVar Greene, CB Montrail Thomas, DT Frank Rutherford, OG Matt Richardson, FB Peter Davila, DB Jim Jones, OL Phil Jean-Baptiste, LB Lester Weaver, DB David Burch, DL Chris Vecchione, DL Kevin Brown, LB Allan Blythe, DL Andre Peterson, DT Mike McGlone, FB

Dr. Spurgeon Torchbearer 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992

Bob Gratz, PK Aaron Pitts, WR Tom Krupko, CB Bob Perez, SS Joe DeBee, OT Aaron Marshall, TE Matt Rycraft, WR Chris DiMauro, FB Anthony Barone, FS Jerry Johnson, FB Ed Blizzard, CB Anthony Rozzo, P Jake Anderson, SS Frank Page, OL Dan Inglis, RB J.T. DelGarbino, DL Jeff Johnston, LB Drew Gerber, LB Mike Rekstis, RB

Jim Zdelar Offensive Lineman of the Year 2010 2009 2008 2007

Bobby Coates, OL Eric Rodemoyer, OG Derrick Bush, TE Brad Samsa, OT

2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1989 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982

Patrick Walker, OT John Bartos, OT Tony Limongi, OG Mike Roberts, TE Will Sanders, OG Dennis Dlugosz, TE Pat Crummey, OT Pat Crummey, OT Ian Shirey, C Frank Rutherford, OG Tim Tyrrell, TE Matt Hogg, OG Steve Six, C Chris Sammarone, C John Quintana, RB Craig Kertesz, OG Mike Simonsic, OT Domminick Stala, OT Jim Zdelar, OT James Sydlowski, OG James Sydlowski, OG Jim Dyke, OT Rick Brunot, OG Ron Kissel, OG

Jermaine Hopkins Defensive Lineman of the Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982

Torrance Nicholson, DT Crispin Fernandez, DT Crispin Fernandez, DE Mychal Savage, DT Jeff Koval, LB Brandon Brown, DE Nate Baston, DT Matt Briggs, DT Steve Durbin, DT Guy Mazard, DT Bob Sivik, LB Matt Mechling, DT Kawonza Swan, LB Eric Brown, DE Mike Stanec, LB Kawonza Swan, LB Andre Jethroe, NT Reggie Lee, LB Alfred Hill, LB Marcus Evans, LB Pat Danko, NT Brett Greer, DE Tony Bowens, DT Andre Peterson, DT Mike Peterson, LB Vince Peterson, DT Pat Narduzzi, DE Kevin Powell, DT Chris Stec, DE Tom Cullen, DE

Robert Frost Outreach Man of the Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

Erik Johnson, P Brian Mellott, OG Ben Lane, FB Leon Edwards, OG John Foster, OG Nick Forro, FB Yancey Marcum, LB Scott Thiessen, FS John Schumacher, TE Bob Sivik, LB Denver Williams, WR

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Four Square Club Academic Player of the Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986

Stephen Blose, PK Stephen Blose, PK Tom Krupko, CB Todd Rowan, QB Todd Rowan, QB Tom Krupko, CB Bob Perez, FS Tom Zetts, QB Matt Brouse, OG Ryan Martino, P Mike Thomas, LB Mike Thomas, LB Bill Ruggles, FB Bill Ruggles, FB John Stefancin, P Bill Ruggles, FB Mark Brungard, QB Mark Brungard, QB John Quintana, RB John Quintana, RB John Quintana, RB Brian Wishak, OT Chris Vecchione, LB Mike Cummings, OT Mike Cummings, OT Jack Rodman, DB

Paul McFadden/Jeff Wilkins Specialist of the Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1989 1988 1987 1986

Stephen Blose, PK Ben Nowicki, P De’Angelo Wilson, PR Brian Palmer, PK Joe Bishop, P Tanner Dunlap, Snap Nick Terracina, PK Nick Terracina, PK Not Awarded Jerald Burley, WR Troy LeFever, P Mark Griffith, PK Mark Griffith, PK Mike Gilligan, LB David Eastham, WR Tom Paolucci, DB Chris Kross, LS Jeff Wilkins, PK Jeff Wilkins, PK Tom Rakovec, LB Robert Fozkos, PK Ken Kubus, P John Dowling, PK Tom Rohanna, DE

Newcomer of the Year 2010

Kurt Hess, QB

Alumni Club Difference Maker 2010 2009 2008

Kurt Hess, QB Donald Jones, WR Brandon Summers, QB Dominique Barnes, WR 2007 Ferlando Williams, WR 2006 Louis Irizarry, TE Marcus Mason, TB 2005 Marcus Mason, TB Award honors Most Valuable Player of Homecoming Game.

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YSU FOOTBALL A TO Z A | Adipotti, Dick • On Oct. 22, 1966, Adipotti rushed for a schoold on 24 carries i against i tS th C ti t St t record 304 yards Southern Connecticut State. B | Brown, Adrian • Brown ranks second in school history with 3,978 yards rushing on 875 attempts. He holds the school mark with 55 rushing touchdowns. C | Championships • The Penguins won the 2006 and 2005 Gateway Football Conference titles and 1987 Ohio Valley crown. In 1991, 1993, 1994 and 1997, YSU won Division I-AA National Championships. D | Deligianis, Harry • Deligianis was the last Penguin to be selected in the NFL Draft being picked by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the fourth round of the 1998 draft. He also holds the school record for sacks in a season with 17 during the 1997 campaign. E | Ellington, Ray • Ellington played four years of football and two seasons of basketball at YSU. F | Ferranti Brothers • Jim (1976-79) and Bob Ferranti (1969-72) were two of the most prolific wide receivers in school history. Together the two combined for 316 receptions for 5,266 yards and 40 touchdowns. G | Gill, Sloko • Gill was the first Penguin to play in the National Football League when he played for the Detroit Lions in 1942. H | Hopkins, Jermaine • Hopkins, a first-team All-America linebacker in 1995, was tragically killed in January 1996. His No. 58 was retired by the school and has not been worn since. I | Ian Dominelli • Dominelli set a school record with 224 tackles during the 1999 season. Dominelli was a first-team All-America linebacker that campaign. J | Jaworski, Ron and Jones, Leon • Jaworski had a stellar career in the NFL guiding the Philadelphia Eagles to the Super Bowl in 1981. Jones was named the Football Gazette’s Defensive Player of the Year in 1994. K | Kickers • Two former Penguins played in the NFL in Jeff Wilkins and Paul McFadden. Also, the school has had such standouts as Mark Griffith, Nick Terracina, John Dowling and Robert Fozkos. L | Lykes, Trenton • Lykes led the Guins to their first-ever Division I-AA playoff berth in 1987. M | Mays and Mason • P.J. Mays was named the Gateway Conference’s Offensive Player of the Year in 2001 while Marcus Mason was the Gateway’s Offensive Player of the Year in 2006. N | Narduzzi, Bill • Coach Narduzzi led the program to the 1979 Division II National Championship game and won 68 games in his 10 years with the program. O | O’Neill, Ed • O’Neill played two seasons at Youngstown State before moving on to Hollywood. O’Neill, who was born in Youngstown, starred in the sitcom Married With Children as Al Bundy. P | Paris Wicks • Wicks tied a school record by rushing for more than

The goal-line stop against Marshall led to a national title in 1993.

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PK Paul McFadden is one of two Penguins kickers to play in the NFL.

100 yards in a game five straight times in 1982. He scored a schoolrecord five touchdowns at UNI on Nov. 21, 1981. Q | Quintana, John • Quintana was the first YSU player on the Division I level to be named an Academic All-American. Quintana was a firstteam selection in 1993. R | Ryan, Jeff • Ryan set the single-season mark for passing yardage in 1999 (2,573) leading YSU to the FCS championship game. S | Smith, Tamron and Stambaugh Stadium • Smith rushed for a school record 4,866 yards on a school best 987 attempts. His 22 100-yard games are also a school mark. Stambaugh has been home to the program since 1982. T | Tressel, Jim • Tressel guided the Penguins to four National Championships, six National Championship Games and 135 victories from 1986 through 2000. U | Undefeated • In 2005, YSU went 6-0 at Stambaugh Stadium. The Penguins enjoyed unbeaten regular seasons at Stambaugh in 2005, 1994, 1993 and 1991. V | Villanova • One opponent the Penguins have tormented has been Villanova. In the playoffs, YSU defeated the Wildcats in 1991, 1992 and 1997 by a total of seven points. W | Wilkins, Jeff • The most accomplished YSU player in the NFL, Wilkins holds school career records for points by a kicker, point-after kicks made, field goals made and attempts. He retired after spending 14 seasons in professional football. X | Xides, Nick • Xides set, and still holds, school records for career punts (257), yards (10,514) and average (40.9) playing from 198285. Y | Youngstown • College, University and State University. The university in the city of Youngstown has had these three names since it opened in the fall of 1908. It was known as Youngstown College from 1928-1954, referred to as Youngstown University from 1955 to 1966 and Youngstown State since 1967. Z | Zdelar and Zetts • Jim Zdelar was a first-team All-American in 1987. Soon after his playing career ended, he was killed in an automobile accident and since 1993, no player has worn the Number 79 at YSU. Tom Zetts set school career passing records for touchdowns, completions, attempts, yards and percentage.

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TOP RECEIVING PERFORMANCES Individual 200-Yard Receiving Games (4)

Individual 100-124 Yard Receiving Games (47)

Yards • Player vs. Opponent, Date (Receptions) 122 • Dominique Barnes vs. Illinois State, 11/14/09 (8) 122 • Jim Ferranti at Northern Michigan, 10/13/1979 (8) 121 • Herb Williams vs. Eastern Illinois, 10/31/1992 (3) 119 • Herb Williams vs. Indiana State, 10/3/1992 (6) 117 • William Walker at Delaware, 10/7/1995 (7) 117 • Bob Ferranti vs. Northern Michigan, 10/7/1972 (9) Individual 150-199 Yard Receiving Games (11) 114 • Jeff Patterson at Western Illinois, 11/8/1980 (4) Yards • Player vs. Opponent, Date (Receptions) 114 • Willie Packman vs. Central Michigan, 11/11/1972 (3) 199 • Renauld Ray vs. Buffalo, 10/11/1997 (8) 113 • Dominique Barnes at Illinois State, 11/6/2010 (8) 195 • Rick Shepas vs. Eastern Kentucky, 9/28/1985 (10) 113 • Dominique Barnes vs. Missouri State, 10/3/2009 (9) 188 • Jim Ferranti vs. Central State, 10/14/1978 (9) 113 • Frank Pokorny vs. Western Illinois, 9/24/1983 (6) 181 • William Walker vs. McNeese State, 9/23/1995 (7) 113 • Dave DelSignore at Southern Illinois, 11/2/1968 (11) 168 • Bob Ferranti vs. Central Michigan, 11/11/1972 (8) 166 • Dave Ferguson at South Dakota State, 9/21/1974 (5) 112 • Don Zwisler vs. Slippery Rock, 9/24/1994 (6) 112 • Jim Ferranti vs. Akron, 10/21/1978 (4) 164 • Dave Ferguson vs. Tennessee Tech, 10/12/1974 (5) 111 • Kyle Smith vs. Western Kentucky, 11/12/2005 (6) 159 • John Goode vs. Northern Iowa, 10/22/1983 (5) 111 • Renauld Ray vs. Clarion, 9/28/1996 (4) 158 • Jim Ferranti vs. Illinois State, 9/8/1979 (8) 111 • Lorenzo Davis at Tennessee Tech, 10/10/1987 (5) 152 • Ray Ellington vs. Edinboro, 9/8/1990 (6) 151 • Dominique Barnes vs. North Dakota St., 10/9/2010 (10) 111 • Bob Ferranti at Dayton, 9/9/1972 (4) 110 • Dominique Barnes at South Dakota St., 10/23/2010 (10) 110 • T.J. Peterson vs. Maine, 9/9/2006 (5) Individual 125-149 Yard Receiving Games (28) 110 • Ray Ellington vs. Bloomsburg, 9/1/1990 (7) Yards • Player vs. Opponent, Date (Receptions) 110 • Jim Ferranti at Ashland, 9/23/1978 (3) 149 • Jim Ferranti vs. Akron, 10/20/1979 (9) 109 • Joel Cuffman vs Tennessee Tech, 10/6/1984 (4) 148 • Jerry Mapes vs. Eastern Michigan, 9/7/1985 (3) 109 • Dave Ferguson vs. South Dakota State, 9/22/1973 (3) 148 • Rick Shepas vs. Morehead State, 11/22/1985 (9) 108 • Andre Ballinger at Delaware State, 9/14/1991 (8) 148 • John Goode vs. Western Illinois, 9/24/1983 (7) 108 • Bob Ferranti vs. Northern Michigan, 10/17/1970 (6) 146 • Dave DelSignore vs. Akron, 11/8/1969 (8) 108 • Bob Ferranti at Southern Illinois, 9/26/1970 (7) 145 • Elliott Giles vs. Slippery Rock, 9/2/1999 (3) 106 • Elliott Giles vs. Western Illinois, 9/25/1999 (7) 145 • Rick Shepas at Northeastern, 9/20/1986 (7) 106 • Rick Banna vs. Villanova, 11/8/1975 (5) 144 • T.J. Peterson vs. James Madison, 11/25/2006 (11) 106 • Russ Musiel vs. Villanova, 11/8/1975 (8) 144 • Elliott Giles at Western Michigan, 9/11/1999 (9) 106 • Paul Ceremuga vs. Akron, 11/19/1959 143 • Herb Williams vs. James Madison, 9/26/1992 (10) 105 • Donald Jones vs. Illinois State, 11/14/09 (7) 142 • Kyle Smith vs. Northern Iowa, 11/1/2003 (7) 105 • Trent Boykin vs. Kent State, 10/15/1994 (7) 137 • Jim Ferranti vs. Eastern Illinois, 11/3/1979 (9) 105 • Elliott Fedd at Northern Iowa, 10/26/1985 (6) 136 • Donald Jones at Illinois State, 11/1/2008 (4) 105 • Jim Ferranti at Akron, 10/15/1977 (5) 135 • Dennis Dlugosz vs. Elon, 11/17/2001 (4) 105 • John Toy at Indiana (Pa.), 11/18/1972 (8) 135 • John Goode vs. Eastern Kentucky, 9/10/1983 (8) 105 • Bob Ferranti vs. Tampa, 10/3/1970 (6) 135 • John Goode at Delaware, 10/17/1981 (3) 104 • Herb Williams at Marshall, 12/19/1992 (5) 134 • Dominique Barnes at Penn State, 9/4/2010 (11) 104 • Jim Ferranti vs. Northern Michigan, 11/4/1978 (5) 133 • Ferlando Williams vs. Western Illinois, 11/10/2007 (8) 104 • Jim Ferranti vs. Central State, 11/12/1977 (8) 132 • Dominique Barnes vs. Indiana State, 11/13/2010 (10) 104 • Bob Ferranti vs. Western Illinois, 10/16/1971 (7) 132 • Jim Ferranti vs. Northern Iowa, 9/29/1979 (7) 103 • Herb Williams vs. Villanova, 11/28/1992 (5) 131 • Herb Williams vs. Liberty, 10/19/1991 (8) 103 • Bob Ferranti vs. Chattanooga, 11/21/1970 (4) 130 • Donald Jones vs. Missouri State, 10/3/2009 (11) 102 • Aaron Pitts at Southern Illinois, 10/24/2009 (7) 130 • Dave DelSignore vs. Morehead State, 10/18/1969 (7) 102 • Elliott Giles at Northern Iowa, 10/23/1999 (5) 129 • Maury Bibent at Tennessee Tech, 10/10/1987 (9) 102 • Elliott Giles vs. Cal Poly, 10/16/1999 (4) 129 • Rick Shepas vs. Austin Peay, 10/19/1985 (5) 101 • Maury Bibent at Eastern Michigan, 9/5/1987 (6) 128 • Frank Pokorny vs. Morehead State, 11/19/1983 (9) 101 • Robert Thompson at Tennessee Tech, 10/12/1985 (5) 127 • Bob Ferranti at Murray State, 10/10/1970 (7) 100 • Dominique Barnes at Illinois State, 11/1/08 (8) 127 • Dave DelSignore vs. SE Louisiana, 11/1/1969 (4) 100 • Lorenzo Davis at Furman, 12/2/1989 (4) 125 • Herb Williams vs. Texas State, 9/19/1992 (5) 100 • Ray Hernan at Central State, 11/13/1976 (3) 100 • Craig Cotton vs. Akron, 11/22/1968 (7) Yards • Player vs. Opponent, Date (Receptions) 214 • Elliott Giles vs. Montana, 11/27/1999 (6) 212 • Dave DelSignore vs. Pensacola Navy, 10/12/1968 210 • Dave DelSignore vs. Western Illinois, 9/20/1969 (7) 209 • John Goode vs. Akron, 11/5/1983 (6)

WR Dave DelSignore is the only player in school history with two 200-yard receiving games.

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WR Herb Williams set a record with 1,302 yards receiving in 1993.

TE John Goode had 209 yards receiving Against Akron on Nov. 5, 1983.

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TOP PASSING PERFORMANCES Individual 300-Yard 0-Yard Passing Games (18) Yards • Player vs. Opponent, Date 391 • Denny Klembara vs. Pensacola Navy, Oct. 12, 1968 389 • Ron Jaworski vs. Central Michigan, Nov. 11, 1972 369 • Jamie DeVore vs. Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 10, 1983 347 • Brandon Summers at Illinois State, Nov. 1, 2008 346 • Brandon Summers vs. Illinois State, Nov. 14, 2009 341 • Trenton Lykes at Eastern Michigan, Sept. 5, 1987 334 • Brandon Summers vs. Liberty, Sept. 27, 2008 333 • Denny Klembara vs. Southern Illinois, Nov. 2, 1968 321 • Ron Jaworski at SE Louisiana, Oct. 31, 1970 317 • Denny Klembara vs. Akron, Nov. 22, 1968 316 • Ron Jaworski vs. Northern Michigan, Oct. 7, 1972 314 • Tom Zetts vs. James Madison, Nov. 25, 2006 312 • Denny Klembara at Akron, Nov. 8, 1969 311 • Trenton Lykes at Morehead State, Nov. 15, 1986 309 • Keith Snoddy at Northern Michigan, Oct. 13, 1979 305 • Trenton Lykes vs. Akron, Nov. 21, 1986 303 • Trenton Lykes at Tennessee Tech, Oct. 10, 1987 300 • Demond Tidwell vs. Buffalo, Oct. 11, 1997

Individual 250-299 Yard Passing Games (26) 298 • Tom Zetts vs. Western Illinois, Nov. 10, 2007 296 • Brandon Summers at Southern Illinois, Oct. 24, 2009 293 • Mark Brungard at Delaware, Oct. 7, 1995 291 • Tom Zetts at Southern Illinois, Nov. 5, 2005 286 • Tom Zetts at Western Kentucky, Oct. 2, 2004 281 • Jeff Ryan at Montana, Nov. 27, 1999 281 • Mark Brungard at McNeese State, Sept. 23, 1995 279 • Cliff Stoudt vs. Villanova, Nov. 8, 1975 271 • Ron Jaworski vs. Akron, Oct. 21, 1972 269 • Trenton Lykes at Northeastern, Sept. 20, 1986 266 • Bob Courtney at Morehead State, Nov. 17, 1984 264 • Tom Zetts at UNI, Oct. 29, 2005 264 • Jamie DeVore vs. Western Illinois, Sept. 24, 1983 263 • Kurt Hess at South Dakota State, Oct. 23, 2010 263 • Bob Courtney vs. Eastern Kentucky, Sept. 28, 1985 259 • Brandon Summers at North Dakota St., Nov. 21, 2009 259 • Mark Brungard vs. Central Michigan, Oct. 14, 1995 258 • Tom Zetts at Missouri State, Nov. 13, 2004 258 • Denny Klembara at Western Illinois, Sept. 20, 1969 256 • Nick Cochran at Marshall, Dec. 19, 1992 255 • Denny Klembara vs. Southern Illinois, Sept. 27, 1969 253 • Jeff Ryan at Western Michigan, Sept. 11, 1999 253 • Trenton Lykes vs. Northeastern, Oct. 3, 1987 252 • Kurt Hess vs. North Dakota State, Oct. 9, 2010 251 • Brandon Summers vs. Missouri State, Oct. 3, 2009 250 • Kurt Hess at Illinois State, Nov. 6, 2010

225 • Jamie DeVore at Tennessee Tech, Sept. 17, 1983 225 • Keith Snoddy at Eastern Illinois Illinois, Nov Nov. 3 3, 1979 225 • Ray Isaac at Furman, Dec. 2, 1989 225 • Ken Kuhn at UNI, Oct. 22, 1983

Individual 200-224 Yard Passing Games (25) 223 • Ray Isaac vs. Bloomsburg, Sept. 1, 1990 220 • Ron Jaworski at UT-Chattanooga, Nov. 21, 1970 219 • Keith Snoddy vs. Northern Iowa, Sept. 29, 1979 218 • Kurt Hess vs. Northern Iowa, Oct. 30, 2010 216 • Nick Cochran vs. Eastern Illinois, Oct. 31, 1992 214 • Jeff Ryan at Southern Illinois, Nov. 3, 2001 213 • Kurt Hess at Western Illinois, Oct. 16, 2010 213 • Aaron Marshall at UNI, Nov. 1, 2003 210 • Ray Isaac vs. Central Florida, Nov. 24, 1990 208 • Brandon Summers at Western Illinois, Nov. 22, 2008 208 • Tom Zetts vs. UNI, Oct. 21, 2006 208 • Keith Snoddy vs. Northern Michigan, Nov. 4, 1978 208 • Ron Jaworski vs. Western Illinois, Oct. 16, 1971 207 • Tom Zetts vs. Slippery Rock, Sept. 2, 2004 206 • Ron Jaworski at Central State, Nov. 4, 1972 205 • Tom Zetts at Liberty, Sept. 17, 2005 205 • Mark Brungard vs. Samford, Oct. 23, 1993 205 • Mark Brungard vs. Kent State, Oct. 15, 1994 205 • Trenton Lykes at Eastern Kentucky, Oct. 25, 1986 204 • Mark Brungard vs. Illinois State, Nov. 18, 1995 204 • Ron Jaworski vs. Northern Michigan, Oct. 17, 1970 202 • Jeff Ryan vs. Illinois State, Oct. 30, 1999 202 • Tom Zetts vs. Western Illinois, Oct. 15, 2005 201 • Tom Zetts vs. Northeastern, Sept. 10, 2005 201 • Jeff Ryan vs, UNI, Nov. 7, 1998

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19 points • Nov. 19, 1948 Youngstown State 33, Baldwin-Wallace 33 The Penguins trailed 26-7 at halftime before a change in uniform brought a change in luck. YSU changed from red to white uniforms at halftime and rallied to force a 33-33 tie at Rayen Stadium. Conzy Lucci scored the tying touchdown and conversion late in the fourth quarter.

15 points • Oct. 7, 1972 Youngstown State 37, Northern Michigan 36 YSU earned its best fourth-quarter comeback in school history rallying from 15 points down to win 37-36. With 6:36 left, Ron Jaworski threw a 13-yard touchdown pass to John Toy, and then Jaworski ran in the two-point conversion. With 1:27 remaining, Dave Garden pulled YSU within one and Jaworski threw for the two-point conversion to Toy.

14 points • Nov. 13, 1999 Youngstown State 28, Villanova 21 YSU trailed 21-7 at halftime before scoring 21-unanswered second-half points for the win. Jeff Ryan threw touchdown passes to Elliott Giles and Renauld Ray in the third quarter while Adrian Brown scored on a 19-yard run. Villanova moved the ball to the Penguins’ two-yard line before fumbling in the last minute.

14 points • Nov. 4, 2000 Youngstown State 42, Hofstra 35 (2 OT) At Stambaugh Stadium, YSU trailed 28-14 in the fourth only to rally and force overtime following a Jeff Ryan to Eugene Mintze touchdown pass with 15 seconds remaining. After each team scored in the first overtime, Ryan threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Brandon Pedraza on the first play of the second OT. On the final play of the game, linebacker Tim Johnson intercepted a Rocky Butler pass.

Individual 225-249 Yard Passing Games (29) 249 • Bob Courtney at Tennessee Tech, Oct. 12, 1985 249 • Cliff Stoudt at South Dakota State, Sept. 21, 1974 248 • Nick Cochran at SW Texas State, Sept. 19, 1992 248 • Keith Snoddy vs. Central State, Oct. 14, 1978 246 • Ron Jaworski at Indiana, Pa., Nov. 18, 1972 245 • Tom Zetts at UNI, Oct. 27, 2007 245 • Tom Zetts vs. Western Kentucky, Nov. 12, 2005 245 • Jeff Ryan vs. North Carolina A&T, Dec. 4, 1999 244 • Cliff Stoudt at Central State, Nov. 13, 1976 243 • Nick Cochran vs. James Madison, Sept. 26, 1992 243 • Ken Kuhn at Akron, Nov. 5, 1983 242 • Mark Brungard vs. Eastern Kentucky, Dec. 3, 1994 238 • Ron Jaworski at Murray State, Oct. 10, 1970 236 • Mark Brungard vs. Slippery Rock, Sept. 24, 1994 233 • Ron Jaworski at Dayton, Sept. 9, 1972 232 • Brandon Summers vs. Austin Peay, Sept. 12, 2009 231 • Trenton Lykes vs. Morehead State, Nov. 22. 1985 230 • Mark Brungard at Stephen F. Austin, Sept. 11, 1993 230 • Trenton Lykes at UNI, Nov. 28, 1987 230 • Bob Courtney at Eastern Michigan, Sept. 7, 1985 230 • Denny Klembara at South Dakota State, Oct. 25, 1969 229 • Mark Brungard vs. Akron, Oct. 29, 1994 229 • Keith Snoddy at Illinois State, Sept. 8, 1979 227 • Jeff Ryan vs. Western Illinois, Sept. 25, 1999 227 • Trenton Lykes vs. Morehead State, Nov. 14, 1987

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14 points • Oct. 21, 1972 Youngstown State 22, Akron 21 YSU trailed 21-7 at the start of the fourth quarter before two one-yard touchdown runs by Dave Garden brought the Penguins within 21-20 with 15 seconds left. Ron Jaworski threw a pass to John Toy for the two-point conversion giving Youngstown a 22-21 victory.

14 points • Nov. 8, 2008 Youngstown State 35, Indiana State 21

QB Tom Zetts threw for a postseason record 314 yards in the win over James Madison.

The Penguins trailing 21-7 in the second quarter before tying the game in the final minute of the first half. In the second half, Brandon Summers threw touchdown passes to Donald Jones and Dominique Barnes while the defense held the Sycamores scoreless.

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TOP RUSHING PERFORMANCES Individual 300-Yard 00-Yard Rushing Games (1) Yards • Player vs. Opponent, Date (Attempts) 304 • Dick Adipotti vs. Southern Connecticut State, 10/22/1966 (24)

Individual 200-Yard Rushing Games (19) Yards • Player vs. Opponent, Date (Attempts) 265 • Marcus Mason at Western Illinois, 10/14/2006 (20) 264 • Robby Robson vs. Delaware, 11/10/1979 (30) 253 • Frank Horvath vs. Gustavus Adolphus, 11/10/1960 (20) 249 • Marcus Mason vs. Southern Illinois, 11/4/2006 (29) 246 • Tamron Smith vs. Samford, 12/14/1991 (46) 236 • Monquantae Gibson at Western Kentucky, 11/11/2006 (43) 227 • Paris Wicks at Morehead State, 11/14/1981 (24) 226 • P.J. Mays vs. Lock Haven, 8/30/2001 (21) 218 • P.J. Mays vs. Missouri State, 10/13/2001 (24) 215 • Paris Wicks at Northern Iowa, 11/21/1981 (33) 214 • Paris Wicks at Austin Peay, 10/16/1982 (30) 213 • Jamaine Cook at Illinois State, 11/6/2010 (43) 211 • Dave Garden vs. Eastern Illinois, 10/13/1973 (24) 210 • P.J. Mays vs. Southern Illinois, 11/2/2002 (28) 210 • Jake Andreadis vs. Wingate, 10/21/1995 (22) 208 • Dave Kimmel at Western Michigan, 10/19/1957 203 • Marcus Mason vs. Missouri State, 10/22/2005 (32) 202 • Archie Herring vs. Towson State, 11/18/1989 (24) 201 • P.J. Mays at Marshall, 11/24/2001 (30)

Individual 175-199 Yard Rushing Games (21) Yards • Player vs. Opponent, Date (Attempts) 198 • Monquantae Gibson vs. Northeastern, 9/10/2005 (32) 198 • Adrian Brown at Southern Illinois, 10/9/1999 (27) 197 • Marcus Mason vs. Indiana State, 10/7/2006 (22) 195 • Leo Hawkins vs. Southern Illinois, 11/12/1988 (19) 189 • Ralph Morelli at Eastern Michigan, 9/25/1959 (18) 189 • Dave Kimmel vs. Western Colorado, 9/21/1957 (18) 188 • Adrian Brown vs. Florida A&M, 12/11/1999 (30) 187 • Adrian Brown at Eastern Washington, 12/13/1997 (20) 187 • Tamron Smith at The Citadel, 12/5/1992 (29) 185 • Frank Horvath vs. S. Connecticut St., 10/14/1961 (21) 184 • Frank Horvath vs. Texas Lutheran, 11/18/1961 (16) 180 • P.J. Mays vs. Clarion, 9/8/2001 (9) 179 • Jamaine Cook vs. Central Connecticut State, 9/18/2010 (14) 178 • Darnell Clark at Ohio, 11/7/1992 (19) 177 • Marschell Brumfield at Northern Iowa, 9/9/1978 (17) 176 • Marcus Mason at Illinois State, 10/28/2006 (33) 176 • P.J. Mays vs. Indiana State, 10/5/2002 (30) 176 • Tamron Smith vs. Northeastern, 9/28/1991 (28) 176 • Leo Hawkins vs. Morgan State, 9/21/1991 (22) 175 • Adrian Brown at Kent, 9/12/1998 (22) 175 • Robby Robson vs. Western Illinois, 10/27/1979 (38)

Individual 150-174 Yard Rushing Games (43) Yards • Player vs. Opponent, Date (Attempts) 172 • Marcus Mason vs. Northern Iowa, 10/21/2006 (33) 171 • Frank Horvath vs. Gustavus Adolphus, 11/9/1961 (13) 170 • P.J. Mays vs. Elon, 11/17/2001 (15) 168 • Monquantae Gibson at McNeese State, 9/18/2004 (23) 168 • Paris Wicks vs. Middle Tennessee St., 10/30/1982 (33) 168 • Ken Kacenga at Baldwin-Wallace, 9/29/1967 (25) 167 • Jamaine Cook at Missouri State, 10/2/2010 (26) 167 • Monquantae Gibson at Western Illinois, 11/6/2004 (25) 166 • Dave Garden vs. Akron, 11/16/1974 (16) 165 • P.J. Mays vs. Clarion, 8/29/2002 (26) 163 • Adrian Brown vs. Missouri State, 11/6/1999 (32) 163 • Al Campana vs. Canisius, 9/25/1948 (18) 161 • Jamaine Cook at Western Illinois, Oct. 16, 2010 (30) 160 • Monquantae Gibson vs. Liberty, 9/25/2004 (30) 160 • Adrian Brown vs. Georgia Southern, 12/18/1999 (22) 160 • George Ceremuga vs. St. Francis, 10/20/1951 (12) 160 • Robert Thompson vs. Eastern Michigan, 9/1/1984 (18) 159 • Shawn Patton vs. Slippery Rock, 9/24/1994 (23) 159 • Tamron Smith vs. James Madison, 9/26/1992 (34) 159 • Paris Wicks vs. Western Illinois, 11/7/1981 (27) 159 • Dick Adipotti at Augustana, 10/16/1965 (17) 158 • Marcus Mason vs. Illinois State, 12/2/2006 (26)

158 • Josh Cayson vs. Indiana State, 10/30/2004 (32) 158 • Shawn Patton vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 (22) 158 • Lorenzo Davis at MTSU, 10/31/1987 (21) 158 • Dave Kimmel vs. Marshall, 11/3/1956 (20) 157 • John Kinch vs. Akron, 11/16/1974 (24) 156 • Adaris Bellamy vs. North Dakota State, 10/9/2010 (21) 156 • Ray Carter vs. Gustavus Adolphus, 11/9/1957 (23) 154 • Tamron Smith at Illinois State, 11/13/1993 (26) 154 • Bill Leshnock at Augustana, 10/17/1964 (16) 153 • Tamron Smith at Towson State, 11/10/1990 (15) 153 • John Kinch vs. Central State, 9/13/1975 (28) 153 • Ray Repasky vs. S. Connecticut State, 10/12/1963 (15) 152 • Marcus Mason at Indiana State, 10/8/2005 (18) 152 • Matt Rycraft vs. Western Illinois, 10/11/2003 (21) 152 • Dave Kimmel vs. Abilene Christian, 10/23/1954 (10) 151 • Dick Adipotti at Central Michigan, 9/17/1966 (19) 151 • Joe Guido vs. Mount Union, 11/18/1954 (15) 150 • P.J. Mays at Indiana State, 10/6/2001 (34) 150 • Tamron Smith vs. Liberty, 10/16/1993 (17) 150 • Jerry Mapes vs. Cincinnati, 9/14/1985 (28) 150 • Dave Kimmel at Morris Harvey, 10/11/1956 (18)

Individual 125-149 Yard Rushing Games (73) Yards • Player vs. Opponent, Date (Attempts) 149 • Jabari Scott at Indiana State, 11/3/2007 (14) 149 • Leo Hawkins at Eastern Illinois, 9/24/1988 (17) 149 • Paris Wicks vs. Eastern Illinois, 10/24/1981 (27) 148 • Tamron Smith vs. Morgan State, 9/18/1993 (14) 147 • Adrian Brown at Northern Iowa, 10/23/1999 (29) 147 • Eric Escola vs. Wayne State, 10/26/1974 (12) 147 • Dave Kimmel vs. North Texas State, 10/26/1956 (21) 146 • Kamryn Keys vs. North Dakota State, 9/20/2008 (21) 146 • Josh Cayson at Illinois State, 10/23/2004 (25) 146 • P.J. Mays at Illinois State, 11/9/2002 (32) 145 • Paris Wicks at Cincinnati, 9/5/1981 (21) 144 • Calvin Mason at Tennessee Tech, 9/16/1967 (13) 144 • Darnell Clark vs. Eastern Kentucky, 10/2/1993 (16) 144 • Paris Wicks vs. Akron, 9/4/1982 (24) 144 • Marschell Brumfield vs. Saginaw, 9/30/1978 (28) 143 • Jake Andreadis vs. Delaware, 10/17/1998 (11) 143 • Archie Herring vs. Morgan State, 9/30/1989 (13) 142 • Shawn Patton vs. Montana, 12/10/1994 (26) 142 • John Murphy at Morehead State, 11/17/1984 (20) 142 • Frank Horvath vs. North Dakota, 11/4/1961 (25) 141 • Robby Robson vs. Akron, 10/4/1980 (37) 140 • Shawn Patton vs. Boise State, 12/17/1994 (27) 140 • Paris Wicks at Morehead State, 11/13/1982 (27) 140 • Dave Garden vs. Central Michigan, 11/11/1972 (14) 140 • Ken Kacenga vs. Gustavus Adolphus, 9/14/1968 (16) 139 • Shawn Patton vs. Buffalo, 11/5/1994 (21) 139 • Paris Wicks vs. Northern Iowa, 11/20/1982 (36) 139 • Cliff Stoudt vs. South Dakota State, 11/15/1975 (15) 139 • Sanford Rivers vs. S. Connecticut State, 10/9/1965 (35) 138 • Tamron Smith at Towson State, 11/23/1991 (30) 138 • Robby Robson vs. South Dakota St., 11/24/1979 (28) 137 • P.J. Mays vs. Samford, 11/23/2002 (23) 137 • Tamron Smith vs. Nevada-Reno, 12/7/1991 (25) 136 • Josh Cayson vs. Edinboro, 8/28/2003 (10) 136 • Paris Wicks vs. Tennessee Tech, 9/18/1982 (30) 136 • Robby Robson vs. Akron, 10/21/1978 (26) 136 • Roosevelt Blackwell vs. N. Michigan, 10/17/1970 (20) 136 • Ken Kacenga at Southern Illinois, 10/8/1966 (19) 136 • Frank Horvath vs. Northern Michigan, 9/29/1960 (25) 135 • Marschell Brumfield vs. Ashland, 9/23/1978 (13) 135 • Frank Beck vs. Great Lakes, 9/23/1954 (20) 134 • Mike Hardie vs. Western Illinois, 11/6/1982 (9) 134 • Frank Horvath vs. Akron, 11/17/1960 (24) 133 • Tamron Smith at Northeastern, 10/17/1992 (23) 133 • Lorenzo Davis vs. Towson State, 10/15/1988 (14) 133 • John Kinch vs. South Dakota State, 9/21/1974 (27) 132 • Frank Horvath vs. Buffalo, 10/15/1960 (12) 131 • Shawn Patton vs. Eastern Kentucky, 9/17/1994 (28) 131 • Roosevelt Blackwell vs. Murray State, 10/10/1970 (22) 130 • Marcus Mason at Missouri State, 9/30/2006 (22) 130 • P.J. Mays at Florida Atlantic, 10/12/2002 (27)

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TOP RUSHING PERFORMANCES 130 • John Kinch vs. Austin Peay, 9/14/1974 (27) 129 • Josiah Doby vs. Clarion, 8/29/2002 (5) 129 • Tamron Smith vs. Clarion, 9/5/1992 (18) 129 • John Kinch vs. Eastern Illinois, 11/2/1974 (30) 129 • Sanford Rivers vs. Lock Haven, 10/27/1966 (22) 128 • Archie Herring vs. Bloomsburg, 9/1/1990 (19) 128 • Robert Thompson at Tennessee Tech, 10/12/1985 (19) 128 • Robby Robson vs. Central State, 9/15/1979 (31) 127 • Jamaine Cook vs. UNI, 10/30/2010 (26) 127 • P.J. Mays at Cal Poly, 11/18/2000 (24) 127 • Adrian Brown at Missouri State, 11/21/1998 (20) 127 • Steve Jones vs. Liberty, 11/4/1989 (24) 127 • Robby Robson vs. Delaware, 12/8/1979 (27) 127 • John Kinch at Central State, 11/9/1974 (28) 126 • Marcus Mason vs. Illinois State, 10/1/2005 (27) 126 • Jake Andreadis at Akron, 11/4/1995 (31) 126 • Marschell Brumfield vs. Saginaw Valley, 10/9/1976 (22) 126 • Robby Robson vs. Morehead State, 10/18/1980 (25) 125 • Marcus Mason vs. Western Illinois, 10/15/2005 (21) 125 • Jeff Ryan vs. Hofstra, 11/4/2000 (18) 125 • Paris Wicks vs. American International, 11/15/1980 (17) 125 • Robert Thompson at MTSU, 11/2/1985 (29)

Individual 100-124 Yard Rushing Games (121) Yards • Player vs. Opponent, Date (Attempts) 124 • Leo Hawkins at Nevada, 12/7/1991 (26) 124 • Rod Love vs. Austin Peay, 10/17/1987 (18) 124 • Roosevelt Blackwell vs. Chattanooga, 11/21/1970 (25) 124 • Dick Adipotti vs. Southern Illinois, 11/4/1967 (17) 124 • Frank Horvath vs. Toledo, 9/17/1960 (18) 123 • Kamryn Keys vs. Indiana State, 11/8/2008 (17) 123 • Mike Burns vs. Southern Illinois, 11/2/2003 (12) 123 • Jake Andreadis vs. SMS, 11/15/1997 (16) 123 • Tamron Smith vs. Illinois State, 10/10/1992 (26) 123 • Leo Hawkins vs. Edinboro, 11/11/1989 (15) 123 • John Kinch vs. Northern Michigan, 10/5/1974 (27) 123 • Frank Horvath vs. Eastern Michigan, 9/22/1960 (13) 122 • Kevin Smith at Indiana State, 11/3/2007 (14) 122 • Justin Reams vs. Slippery Rock, 9/1/2005 (14) 122 • Monquantae Gibson vs. Fla. International, 9/11/2004 (22) 122 • Jeff Ryan vs. New Haven, 10/24/1998 (27) 122 • Lorenzo Davis vs. Eastern Illinois, 9/24/1988 (23) 121 • Kevin Smith vs. Illinois State, 11/14/2009 (27) 121 • Marcus Mason at Appalachian State, 12/9/2006 (22) 121 • Nolan Moore vs. Slippery Rock, 9/16/1995 (25) 122 • Roosevelt Blackwell vs. G. Adolphus, 11/13/1971(21) 121 • J.C. Penny at Kent, 9/3/1988 (27) 121 • Paris Wicks vs. Murray State, 9/19/1981 (22) 120 • Jabari Scott vs. North Dakota State, 9/20/2008 (17) 120 • Adrian Brown at Villanova, 11/13/1999 (24) 120 • Adrian Brown at Buffalo, 10/12/1996 (23) 120 • Dave Kimmel vs. Baldwin-Wallace, 10/18/1956 (19) 119 • Dave Garden vs. Xavier, 10/28/1972 (10) 118 • Josh Cayson vs. SMS, 10/4/2003 (20) 118 • Robby Robson vs. Akron, 9/25/1976 (26) 118 • Ken Kacenga vs. Lock Haven, 10/27/1966 (10) 117 • Mike Burns vs. Kent State, 9/13/2003 (18) 117 • P.J. Mays at Western Illinois, 10/21/2000 (20) 117 • Jake Andreadis at Kent, 9/14/1996 (18) 117 • Shawn Patton at Delaware State, 9/10/1994 (14) 117 • Steve Jones at Eastern Kentucky, 11/25/1989 (20) 117 • Dave Kimmel vs. Western Colorado, 9/22/1956 (27) 116 • Kevin Smith vs. Austin Peay, 9/12/2009 (20) 116 • Mike Burns vs. Elon, 11/17/2001 (10) 116 • Archie Herring at Northeastern, 9/15/1990 (20) 116 • Marschell Brumfield at Eastern Illinois, 12/2/1978 (25) 116 • Paul Richardson vs. Hillsdale, 10/25/1962 (16) 115 • Josh Cayson vs. Slippery Rock, 9/6/2003 (14) 115 • Tamron Smith at Georgia Southern, 11/2/1991 (23) 115 • Robby Robson at Central State, 10/14/1978 (24) 115 • Ken Kacenga vs. Southern Illinois, 11/4/1967 (18) 114 • Brian Cottom at Illinois State, 9/21/1996 (28) 114 • Dick Adipotti vs. Gustavus Adolphus, 11/12/1965 (14)

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ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS Ohio Valley alley First Team 1987 1987 1987 1987 1983 1983 1982 1982 1982 1982 1982 1981 1981

Paul Soltis, LB Rod Henderson, DB Trenton Lykes, QB Elliott Fedd, TE John Goode, TE Rick Brunot, OT Paris Wicks, RB Rick McDonald, OT Dave Peters, DB Rick Brunot, OT Tom Cullen, DE Tom Cullen, DE Paris Wicks, RB

Second Team 1987 1987 1987 1987 1982 1982

Mike Peterson, LB Jerry Dunlap, DB Jim Zdelar, OT Maury Bibent, WR Nick Xides, P (2nd) Paul McFadden, K (2nd)

All-Conference 1986 1985 1985 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984

Rick Shepas, WR Nick Xides, P Rick Shepas, WR Mike Hardie, FB Frank Pokorny, TE Chris Stec, DE Pat Toler, LB Nick Xides, P

Players of the Year 1987 Paul Soltis, LB (Co-D) 1987 Trenton Lykes, QB (O) 1982 Paris Wicks, RB (O)

Coach of the Year 1987 Jim Tressel 1984 Bill Narduzzi

Mid-Continent First-Team 1980 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979

Robby Robson, RB Keith Snoddy, QB Jim Ferranti, WR Robby Robson, RB Chris Weber, P Jeff Lear, OG Tom Clifford, OG Tom Harder, DE Terry Dittmer, NG Kevin Statzer, SS Chris Weber, P

Second-Team 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979

Bob Porter, OT Paul McFadden, K Dan Novak, DL Jeff Gergel, LB Pat Durina, CB Chris Weber, P Pat Durina, CB Tom Meola, TE Sam Grooms, C Robby Robson, TB Cary Orosz, PK T.C. Reynolds, FS

All-Conference 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978

Terry Dittmer, NG Emmett King, TE Tom Farina, OT Gary Letera, OG Jim Ferranti, WR T.C. Reynolds, CB Keith Snoddy, QB Sam Barbera, DT Greg Fitzpatrick, LB T.C. Reynolds, QB Quentin Lowry, DE Ed McGlasson, C

Players of the Year 1980 1979 1979 1979 1978 1978 1978

Robby Robson, RB (OB) Keith Snoddy, QB (OB) Jeff Lear, OG (OL) Kevin Statzer, SS (DB) Greg Fitzpatrick, LB (DB) Quentin Lowry, DE (DL) Ed McGlasson, C (OL)

Coach of the Year 1979 Bill Narduzzi

All-Academic 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979

Bob Porter, OT Joe Schartner, LB Jeff Gergel, LB Tim Zetwick, DT Jeff Johnston, FB Jim Ferranti, WR Keith Snoody, QB Sam Barbera, DT Terry Dittmer, NG Jeff Gergel, LB

CLASS RECORDS Rushing Yards Sr. • Marcus Mason (2006) ___ 1,847 Jr. • Robby Robson (1979) ____ 1,489 So. • Tamron Smith (1991) ____ 1,545 Fr. • Kamryn Keys (2008) _______ _______804 804

Rushing Attempts Sr. • Shawn Patton (1994) ______ ______322 322 Jr. • Tamron Smith (1992) ______ ______322 322 So. • Tamron Smith (1991) ______ ______301 301 Fr. • Adrian Brown (1996) _______ _______164 164

Receiving Yards Sr. • Herb Williams (1992) ____ 1,306 Jr. • Rick Shepas (1985)________ ________959 959 So. • Bob Ferranti (1970) _______ _______808 808 Fr. • Renauld Ray (1996)________ ________507 507

Receptions Sr. • Jim Ferranti (1979) _________ _________75 75 Jr. • Rick Shepas (1985)_________ _________61 61 So. • Jim Ferranti (1977) ________ ________47 47 Fr. • Renauld Ray (1996)_________ (1996)_________25 25

Passing Yards Sr. • Trenton Lykes (1987) ____ 2,452 Jr. • Mark Brungard (1994) ___ 2,453 So. • Jeff Ryan (1999) _______ 2,573 Fr. • Kurt Hess (2010) _______ 2,117

Passing Attempts Sr. • Trenton Lykes (1987) ______ ______365 365 Jr. • Trenton Lykes (1986) ______ ______315 315 So. • Jeff Ryan (1999) _________ _________288 288 Fr. • Kurt Hess (2010) _________ _________304 304

Passing Completions Sr. • Brandon Summers (2009) __ __219 219 Jr. • Trenton Lykes (1986) ______ ______190 190 So. • Jeff Ryan (1999) _________ _________172 172 Fr. • Kurt Hess (2010) _________ _________179 179

Tackles Sr. • Ian Dominelli (1999) _______ _______224 224 Jr. • Tim Johnson (1999) _______ _______221 221 So. • Paul Soltis (1987) ________ ________185 185 Fr. • Pat Narduzzi (1985) _______ _______159 159

100 Yard Rushing Averages 153.9 • Marcus Mason, 2006 131.5 • P.J. Mays, 2001 126.5 • Paris Wicks, 1982 126.3 • Frank Horvath, 1960 123.9 • Paris Wicks, 1981 117.5 • Davey Kimmel, 1956 116.7 • P.J. Mays, 2002 116.0 • Jamaine Cook, 2010 115.8 • John Kinch, 1974 114.5 • Robby Robson, 1979 111.8 • Frank Horvath, 1961 108.4 • Shawn Patton, 1994 105.9 • Adrian Brown, 1999 103.0 • Tamron Smith, 1991

OVERTIME GAMES Florida International 22, YSU 16 Sept. 11, 2004 | Stambaugh YSU 30, Indiana State 24 Oct. 18, 2003 | Terre Haute, Ind. YSU 42, Hofstra 35 (2) Nov. 4, 2000 | Stambaugh YSU 43, Southern Illinois 37 Oct. 9, 1999 | Carbondale, Ill. YSU 18, New Haven 15 Oct. 24, 1998 | Stambaugh Illinois State 31, YSU 28 (2) Sept. 21, 1996 | Normal, Ill. YSU 20, Murray State 13 Nov. 7, 1987 | Stambaugh Tennessee State 28, YSU 21 (2) Nov. 2, 1985 | Nashville, Tenn. YSU 16, Austin Peay 13 Oct. 13, 1984 | Clarksville, Tenn.

Team Season Turnover Margin 1. 1992 2. 1991 3. 1994 4. 1990 5. 1992 6. 1999 7. 2000 8. 1979 9. 1974 10. 1978

+25 +24 +22 +20 +17 +14 +13 +13 +12 +12

Interceptions Sr. • Dave Roberts (1992) ________ 9 Jr. • Kevin Statzer (1978) _________ 9 So. • Dave Roberts (1990) ________ 8 Fr. • Larry Toles (1984)___________ (1984)___________ 4

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ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS TEAMLINK.COM COM

Honorable Mention

1999 Ian Dominelli (1st), LB 1999 Ian Shirey (3rd), C

2006 2002 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2000 1999 1999 1999 1998 1997 1995

NFL Draft Report (1st) 1989 Paul Soltis, LB 1988 Paul Soltis, LB

GTE 1989 Paul Soltis, LB

CNN/SI 1997 Harry Deligianis, DT 1997 Matt Hogg, OT

All-American Football Foundation 2001 Pat Crummey, OT

American Football Quarterly 1995 1997 1997 1997

Leon Jones, LB Matt Hogg, OT Harry Deligianis, DT Todd Kollar, OT

College Sports Def. Player of the Year 1994 Leon Jones, LB

All-Farm Team (HM) 1995 Mark Brungard, QB

ESPN/SportsTicker 1997 1997 1997 1997

Matt Hogg, OT Harry Deligianis, DT Todd Kollar, OT Tom Paolucci, LB

Football Gazette

Marty Hutchinson, LB P.J. Mays, TB P.J. Mays, TB Jeff Ryan, QB Pat Crummey, OT Dave Tesniarz, C Russell Stuvaints, LB Bruce Hightower, SS Jerald Burley, RS Jeff Ryan, QB Adrian Brown, TB Anthony Rozzo, P Dwyte Smiley, FS Ian Shirey, C Harry Deligianis, DT Jermaine Hopkins, LB

Third Team 2004 1998 1994 1989

Mike Bracken, SS Dwyte Smiley, FS Ray Miller, OT Robert Fozkos, PK

1992 Dave Roberts, DB 1944 Tony Rosselli, DL

Hula Bowl 2006 Kyle Smith, WR 1999 Dwyte Smiley, FS

Florida vs. USA 1999 Kawonza Swan, LB

Texas vs. The Nation Senior Bowl

Little All-America Small College

Vegas All-American

1940 Tony Rosselli Associated Press 1956, 1957 – Dave Kimmel Associated Press 1956 Tony Cougars Associated Press 1969 Dave DelSignore AP - Third Team 1969 Pat Ryan AP - Honorable-Mention

Other Accolades 1956 Dave Kimmel Williamson Mid-Bracket All-American 1954 Bob Garchar Associated Press All-Midwestern

1972 1973 1973 1974 1974 1974 1976 1976 1976 1976

Ryan Jewell, C Jason Perry, CB Ian Dominelli, LB Ian Shirey, C Leon Jones, LB Randy Smith, DB

Blue-Gray All-Star Classic

2009 Donald Jones, WR 1972 Ron Jaworski, QB

Ohio Shine Bowl Participants

2006 2006 1999 1999 1995 1994

1997 Harry Deligianis, DT

1994 Leon Jones, LB

2006 2001 2000 1994 1994 1994 1992 1989 1988

Second Team

East-West Shrine Game

2009 Donald Jones, WR

Defensive Player of the Year

First Team Marcus Mason, TB LeVar Greene, CB Tim Johnson, LB Lester Weaver, FS Chris Sammarone, C Leon Jones, LB Dave Roberts, DB Paul Soltis, LB Jim Zdelar, OT

ALL-SSTAR GAMES

Ron Jaworski Ferris Scott Denny Latess Nazih Banna Elliott Dunlap Chris Burba Cliff Stoudt Larry Dannals Russ Musiel John Kinch

Ohio All-Collegiate Team 1941 Tony Rosselli 1950 Bill Watson

2006 Ryan Jewell, C

COACHING AWARDS Ohio College Coach of the Year 2005 1999 1997 1994 1991 1990 1989 1978

• Jon Heacock • Jim Tressel • Jim Tressel • Jim Tressel • Jim Tressel • Jim Tressel • Jim Tressel • Bill Narduzzi

AFCA Region/District Coach of the Year 2006 • Jon Heacock | Region 4 2005 • Jon Heacock | Region 4 1997 • Jim Tressel | Region 3 1994 • Jim Tressel | Region 3 1993 • Jim Tressel | Region 3 1979 • Bill Narduzzi | District 5

AFCA National Coach of the Year 1994 • Jim Tressel | I-AA 1991 • Jim Tressel | I-AA 1979 • Bill Narduzzi | College

Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year 1994 • Jim Tressel

NCAA Stat Champions 1978 Scoring Champion – Marschell Brumfield 1979 Scoring Champion – Robby Robson

AFCA Good Works Team 2005 Jeremiah Wright, 2005

Chevrolet National Coach of the Year 1997 • Jim Tressel 1994 • Jim Tressel 1993 • Jim Tressel

Football Gazette Coach of the Year 1997 • Jim Tressel

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COACH TRESSEL’S LEGACY Jim Tressell 135-57-2 at YSU

COACHING HONORS Chevrolet National Coach of the Year 1997, 1994, 1993 Eddie Robinson I-AA Coach of the Year 1994 AFCA National Coach of the Year 1994, 1991 AFCA Regional Coach of the Year 1994, 1993, 1991, 1987 Ohio College Coach of the Year 1999, 1997, 1994, 1991, 1990, 1989 Ohio Valley Conference Coach of the Year 1987

Former head football coach and Director of Athletics Jim Tressel left a major mark not only on the Athletic Department and campus, but the entire Mahoning Valley community. Tressel spent 15 years as the head coach at Youngstown State and six as the Executive Director of Intercollegiate Athletics before being named the head football coach at The Ohio State University in January 2001. In just two years he turned that program into a National Championship winner posting a 14-0 mark in 2002. Tressel brought a winning attitude to the Mahoning Valley when he took charge of the Penguin football program in the mid-1980’s. He gave the people something to rally around in a time of need and helped keep the spirits of everyone in the community high. He came to Youngstown in 1986 and within two seasons the Penguins were in the NCAA Division I-AA Playoffs. The playoffs, once a dream, became common place for YSU. In his tenure, Youngstown State appeared in the playoffs 10 times and won four national championships. The first national title came in 1991 and began a run of four straight title-game appearances. The march to the crown in 1991 was magical as the Penguins won eight straight to end the season. YSU won at Georgia Southern on Nov. 2 and was never to lose again that season. In the playoffs, the Penguins beat Villanova, NevadaReno and Samford before beating Marshall in the title game. After losing in the title game to Marshall in 1992, the Penguins were back in 1993 to finish 13-2 and beat the Herd 17-5 in the title game. In 1994, the Penguins were unbeaten in 15 games finishing 14-0-1. YSU tied Stephen F. Austin in the season opener and then won a schoolrecord 14 consecutive games to earn a repeat championship. In the playoffs the Penguins beat Alcorn State, Eastern Kentucky and Montana en route to the title game. YSU beat Boise State 28-14 to earn its third national title. In 1997, the Penguins were back in the national title hunt. In the playoffs, YSU beat Hampton, Villanova and Eastern Washington to advance to the title game. In a tight defensive game, YSU beat McNeese State 10-9 to earn Tressel’s fourth title. En route to the 1999 National Championship Game, YSU set an NCAA Division I-AA record winning 15 consecutive playoff games after beating Montana, North Carolina A&T and Florida A&M in the preliminary rounds. In the championship game, YSU lost to Georgia Southern. In his final year in 2000, YSU finished 9-3 and qualified for the playoffs for the 10th time.

TRESSEL’S YSU COACHING RECORD Year Overall 2000 9-3 1999 12-3 1998 6-5 1997 13-2 1996 8-3-0 1995 3-8-0 1994 14-0-1 1993 13-2 1992 11-3-1 1991 12-3 1990 11-1 1989 9-4 1988 4-7 1987 8-4 1986 2-9 Totals 135-57-2

Conference 4-2 (GFC) 5-1 (GFC) 3-3 (GFC) 4-2 (GFC)

Notes Playoffs I-AA Finalist l-AA Champions l-AA Champions I-AA Champions I-AA Finalist I-AA Champions Playoffs Playoffs

5-1 (OVC) Playoffs 2-5 (OVC) (.702 Win Percentage)

TRESSEL FACTS National Championships: 4 Championship Game Appearances: 6 10-Plus Win Seasons: 7 Playoff Appearances: 10 Winning/Total Seasons: 12/15 Playoff Victories: 24 Total Victories: 135

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STANDOUT PENGUINS IN THE NFL Craig Cotton • TE Detroit Lions | 1969-72 Chicago Bears | 1973 San Diego Chargers | 1975 Craig Cotton spent six NFL seasons playing 77 games with three different teams. He spent four years with Detroit and one each with Chicago and San Diego. In his career he had 28 receptions for 409 yards and one touchdown. He caught a career-high 13 passes for 186 yards with the Bears in 1973. He had 15 catches in four years with the Lions. He was an eighth-round draft pick of the Chargers.

Ron Jaworski • QB Los Angeles Rams | 1974-76 Philadelphia Eagles | 1977-86 Miami Dolphins | 1987-88 Kansas City Chiefs | 1989 In a 15-year NFL career, Ron Jaworski played in 188 games for four different teams. He spent 10 seasons in Philadelphia guiding the Eagles to Super Bowl XV in 1981. In his career, he completed 2,187-of-4,117 passes (53.1 percent) for 28,190 yards and 179 touchdowns. He also rushed for 859 yards and 16 scores. His best year was during the Super Bowl campaign when he completed 257 passes for 3,529 yards and 27 touchdowns in the regular season. All three were career highs. While with the Eagles he threw for 26,963 yards and 175 touchdowns. He was a second round draft choice of the Rams.

Cliff Stoudt • QB

Paul McFadden • PK Atlanta Falcons | 1984-87 New York Giants | 1988 Philadelphia Eagles | 1989 A bare-footed specialist who was a two-time Pro Bowl selection, Paul McFadden played a total of six seasons in the NFL for three teams. He amassed 520 points in his career converting 160-of-165 point-after attempts and 120-of-175 field-goal tries. He began his career in Philadelphia scoring a team rookie record 116 points and made 30-of-37 field-goal attempts. He was named the NFC’s Rookie of the Year and earned a spot in the Pro Bowl. He spent his first four years with Philadelphia before moving on to New York in 1988 and Atlanta in 1989. He was a 12th round draft pick originally by the Eagles.

Jeff Wilkins • PK Philadelphia Eagles | 1994 San Francisco 49ers | 1995-96 St. Louis Rams | 1997-2007 Jeff Wilkins spent 14 seasons in the NFL, spending the last 11 with the St. Louis Rams. He retired at the conclusion of the 2007 season. He did not miss an extra point from 1998 through 2007 while scoring 1,416 career points. He made a career-long field goal of 57 yards in 1998. Wilkins scored a career-high 163 points with the Rams in 2003. That season he made a career-best 39 field goals in a career-high 42 tries. In 1999, he made 64-of-64 extra-point tries. He was part of a Super Bowl Champion as St. Louis won the Super Bowl XXIV in 2000. He was signed by the Eagles as an undrafted free agent.

Pittsburgh Steelers | 1977-83 St. Louis/Arizona Cardinals | 1986-88

Miami Dolphins | 1989 During an eight-year NFL career, Cliff Stoudt played for three teams and appeared in 66 games. He spent the first four years of his career with Pittsburgh, the next three with the Cardinals and his final season with Miami. His best season was in 1983 when he completed 197-of-381 passes for 2,553 yards and 12 touchdowns. He also rushed for 479 yards and four scores that year. In his career, he completed 359-of-684 passes (52.5 percent) for 4,506 yards and 23 touchdowns. He was a fifth round draft choice of the Steelers.

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Tim Johnson • LB Oakland Raiders | 2002-05 Baltimore Ravens | 2006 A stellar special teams player and reserve linebacker, Tim Johnson played in 33 games over a five-season span in the NFL. He played his first three years for Oakland appearing in 39 games for the Raiders. As a rookie in 2003 he recorded 27 tackles and two pass breakups in just five games. In 2004, he had 12 tackles and four pass breakups in eight contests. During the 2005 slate he played in all 16 games for the Raiders. He played four games for Baltimore in 2006. He was originally signed by the Chicago Bears as an undrafted free agent.

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Avg. 6,950 4,783 6,600 7,167 6,083 9,583 12,875 11,200 10,671 7,053 6,600 7,443 7,100 9,650 8,100 6,820 8,700 6,448 4,892 7,300 5,533 6,680 5,039 5,411 5,200 5,000 5,675 4,625 4,089 4,612 4,093 4,395 2,180 4,788 5,493 3,463 3,913 8,861 8,877 4,909 4,722 8,648 6,215 8,574 8,328 8,481 8,685 7,305 7,789 12,666 11,619 11,935 10,717 16,181 13,135 12,585 14,721 16,303 16,765 18,109 16,319 17,174 16,004 14,670 14,544 15,159 16,149 14,497 14,054 15,110

Largest 7,133 vs. Geneva 6,088 vs. Geneva 8,000 vs. Tennessee Tech 10,000 vs. Geneva 10,000 vs. Western Reserve 15,000 vs. Western Reserve 14,247 vs. Kent State 14,000 (Twice) 14,000 vs. Canisius 8,095 vs. Gustavus Adolphus 9,000 vs. John Carroll 8,000 vs. Baldwin-Wallace 9,000 vs. John Carroll 11,500 vs. Eastern Kentucky 12,500 vs. Ohio 7,600 vs. North Texas 10,000 (Three times) 8,500 vs. Eastern Michigan 9,000 vs. Tennessee State 9,500 vs. Baldwin-Wallace 7,000 (Twice) 9,500 vs. Akron 7,000 vs. S. Connecticut State 8,000 vs. Gustavus Adolphus 8,500 vs. Central Michigan 8,100 vs. Morehead State 7,000 vs. Southern Illinois 7,000 vs. Akron 5,000 vs. Morehead State 7,000 vs. Tennessee Tech 4,833 vs. Gustavus Adolphus 4,760 vs. Akron 3,150 vs. Indiana (Pa.) 5,763 vs. Akron 8,934 vs. Central State 4,846 vs. Akron 4,800 vs. Western Illinois 10,401 vs. Villanova 13,142 vs. Delaware 6,500 (Twice) 8,000 vs. Eastern Kentucky 15,833 vs. Akron 13,349 vs. Eastern Kentucky 12,273 vs. Eastern Michigan 13,020 vs. Florida A&M 12,341 vs. Nicholls State 9,732 vs. Morehead State 13,231 vs. Akron 9,387 vs. Northeastern 17,002 vs. Ohio 17,003 vs. Samford 16,826 vs. James Madison 15,194 vs. Samford 17,795 vs. Alcorn State 17,063 vs. Stephen F. Austin 15,263 vs. Northwestern State 20,519 vs. Buffalo 20,380 vs. Southern Illinois 19,682 vs. Cal Poly 21,119 vs. Northern Iowa 19,171 vs. Illinois State 18,879 vs. Indiana State 17,803 vs. Slippery Rock 16,837 vs. Southern Illinois 16,809 vs. Illinois State 19,321 vs. UNI 19,617 vs. Missouri State 18, 978 vs. Liberty 16,727 vs. Missouri State 18,025 vs. Butler

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HOMECOMING RESULTS Date Nov. 12, 1938 Nov. 18, 1939 Oct. 26, 1940 Nov. 7, 1941 Oct. 30, 1942 Nov. 2, 1946 Oct. 24, 1947 Nov. 5, 1948 Oct. 28, 1949 Oct. 27, 1950 Oct. 20, 1951 Oct. 18, 1952 Oct. 30, 1953 Oct. 16, 1954 Oct. 27, 1955 Oct. 26, 1956 Oct. 12, 1957 Oct. 11, 1958 Nov. 7, 1959 Sept. 29, 1960 Sept. 20, 1961 Oct. 20, 1962 Oct. 12, 1963 Nov. 14, 1964 Oct. 9, 1965 Sept. 24, 1966 Nov. 4, 1967 Oct. 26, 1968 Nov. 1, 1969 Oct. 17, 1970 Oct. 16, 1971 Oct. 21, 1972 Oct. 13, 1973 Oct. 26, 1974 Oct. 18, 1975 Oct. 9, 1976 Oct. 22, 1977 Oct. 21, 1978 Oct. 27, 1979 Nov. 1, 1980 Oct. 10, 1981 Oct. 30, 1982 Oct. 15, 1983 Oct. 20, 1984 Oct. 19, 1985 Nov. 1, 1986 Oct. 17, 1987 Oct. 15, 1988 Oct. 14, 1989 Nov. 3, 1990 Oct. 19, 1991 Oct. 31, 1992 Oct. 9, 1993 Oct. 8, 1994 Oct. 21, 1995 Oct. 26, 1996 Oct. 11, 1997 Oct. 10, 1998 Oct. 16, 1999 Oct. 28, 2000 Oct. 20, 2001 Nov. 2, 2002 Oct. 25, 2003 Oct. 16, 2004 Oct. 22, 2005 Oct. 21, 2006 Oct. 20, 2007 Oct. 25, 2008 Oct. 31, 2009 Oct. 30, 2010

Opponent Clarion Westminster Tennessee Tech Akron Illinois Wesleyan Scranton Central Michigan Mississippi College Mount Union Niagara Saint Francis (Pa.) Marshall John Carroll Eastern Kentucky Baldwin-Wallace North Texas State Western Kentucky Western Kentucky Southern Connecticut State Northern Michigan Toledo Albright Connecticut Susquehanna Southern Connecticut State Morehead State Southern Illinois South Dakota State Southeast Louisiana Northern Michigan Western Illinois Akron Eastern Illinois Wayne State Morehead State Saginaw Valley Dayton Akron Western Illinois UNI Western Kentucky Middle Tennessee State Austin Peay State UNI Austin Peay State Middle Tennessee State Austin Peay State Towson State Northeastern Ohio Liberty Eastern Illinois Delaware State North Alabama Wingate Northwestern State Buffalo Southern Illinois Cal Poly Indiana State Illinois State Southern Illinois Illinois State UNI Missouri State UNI Illinois State UNI South Dakota State UNI

Result W, 46-0 W, 46-0 W, 28-13 W, 19-0 W, 35-6 W, 33-14 W, 13-7 W, 36-7 W, 21-6 W, 14-6 W, 27-6 T, 6-6 W. 21-7 L, 25-7 W, 28-14 L, 19-12 L, 9-6 W, 20-6 L, 25-22 W, 49-26 W, 14-12 W, 16-7 W, 12-9 W, 17-12 W, 16-7 L, 21-12 W, 29-3 L, 23-20 W, 20-7 L, 43-27 L, 17-14 W, 22-21 W, 27-14 W, 56-7 W, 28-0 W, 22-21 L, 27-23 W, 27-3 W, 29-8 L, 38-17 L, 35-14 W, 11-10 W, 41-19 L, 16-6 W, 35-14 L, 49-14 W, 20-17 W, 41-39 W, 44-0 W, 27-0 L, 8-10 W, 28-19 W, 42-28 W, 17-14 W, 56-7 W, 24-14 W, 52-17 W, 34-21 W, 10-7 W, 42-7 W, 44-30 W, 21-9 L, 25-35 L, 20-22 W, 31-7 L, 23-31 L, 22-27 L, 20-21 L, 3-17 L, 30-34

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ADDITIONAL RECORDS (TOP 10/20) MOST POINTS TS SCORED IN A GAME: 1. 63 vs. Centrall C Connecticut ti t St State, t 2010 1. 63 vs. Alcorn State, 1994 3. 59 vs. Northeastern, 1991 4. 58 vs. Ashland, 1978 5. 57 vs. Morgan State, 1991 6. 56 vs. Wingate, 1995 6. 56 vs. Morgan State, 1993 6. 56 vs. Central Florida, 1993 6. 56 vs. Central State, 1978 6. 56 vs. Wayne State, 1974 11. 55 vs. Indiana State, 2006 11. 55 vs. Gustavus Adolphus, 1960 13. 52 vs. Buffalo, 1994 13. 52 vs. Slippery Rock, 1994 13. 52 vs. Alabama A&M, 1979 13. 52 vs. Eastern Illinois, 1977 17. 51 vs. Slippery Rock, 2006 17. 51 vs. Tennessee Tech, 1984 19. 50 vs. Clarion, 1998 19. 50 vs. South Dakota State, 1979

MOST FIRST DOWNS IN A GAME: 1. 33 at Illinois State, 2010 2. 32 at Western Illinois, 2010 2. 32 vs. Liberty, 1989 4. 31 vs. James Madison, 1992 4. 31 vs. Tennessee Tech, 1986 6. 30 vs. Missouri State, 2005 6. 30 vs. Towson State, 1989 6. 30 vs. Morehead State, 1986 6. 30 vs. Cincinnati, 1985 6. 30 vs. Northern Michigan, 1972 10. 29 vs. Wayne State, 1974 11. 28 at Indiana State, 2005 11. 28 vs. Morgan State, 1993 11. 28 vs. Northern Iowa, 1981

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS IN A GAME: 1. 5 at Ohio State, 2008 2. 7 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 2. 7 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1980 4. 8 vs. Southern Illinois, 2000 4. 8 vs. Richmond, 2000 4. 8 vs. Northern Michigan, 1980 7. 9 vs. Missouri State, 1996 7. 9 vs. Northern Iowa, 1984 7. 9 vs. South Dakota State, 1983 7. 9 vs. Northern Michigan, 1973 7. 9 vs. Tampa, 1971 7. 9 vs. Southeastern Louisiana, 1969

MOST RUSHING YARDS IN A GAME: 1. 532 vs. Wayne State, 1974 2. 451 vs. Clarion, 2001 3. 428 vs. Morgan State, 1993 4. 413 vs. Liberty, 1989 5. 411 vs. Towson State, 1989 6. 392 at Indiana State, 2007 7. 388 vs. Liberty, 1993 8. 383 vs. Morgan State, 1989 9. 382 vs. Indiana State, 2006 10. 379 at Indiana State, 2005 11. 376 vs. Southern Illinois, 2002 11. 376 vs. Northeastern, 1991 13. 372 vs. Southern Illinois, 1988 14. 366 vs. Delaware, 1979 15. 365 vs. Morehead State, 1981 16. 358 vs. Xavier, 1972 17. 354 vs. Wingate, 1995 17. 354 vs. Eastern Illinois, 1973 19. 351 vs. Eastern Illinois, 1981 20. 348 vs. Southern Illinois, 1997

FEWEST RUSHING YARDS IN A GAME: 1. -19 vs. Eastern Michigan, 1987

2. -11 at Ohio State, 2008 3 -9 9 vs. vs Southern Illinois, Illinois 2000 3. 4. 10 at Western Illinois, 2002 5. 22 vs. Western Kentucky, 1981 6. 24 vs. Akron, 1969 7. 32 vs. Akron, 1985 8. 35 vs. Northern Michigan, 1985 8. 35 vs. Western Illinois, 1971 10. 39 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1980 11. 42 vs. Indiana State, 1995 12. 44 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1983 13. 46 at Pittsburgh, 2009 13. 46 vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1994 15. 48 vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1995 15. 48 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 17. 49 vs. Akron, 1972 18. 50 at Southern Illinois, 2009 19. 51 vs. Liberty, 1988 20. 55 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1986

11. 535 vs. Samford, 1993 12. 12 535 vs. vs Eastern Illinois, Illinois 1977 13. 534 vs. Morehead State, 1981 14. 526 vs. Central State, 1978 15. 523 at Illinois State, 2010 15. 523 vs. Towson State, 1989 15. 523 vs. Slippery Rock, 1999 18. 521 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1985 19. 513 vs. Central Connecticut State, 2010 20. 511 at Indiana State, 2007 20. 511 vs. Indiana State, 2000 20. 511 vs. Pensacola Navy, 1968 23. 509 vs. Liberty, 1989 24. 509 vs. Morehead State, 1976 25. 507 at Southern Illinois, 2001 26. 506 at Western Illinois, 2010 27. 503 vs. Wingate, 1995 28. 500 vs. Western Illinois, 1983

FEWEST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE IN A GAME: MOST YARDS PASSING IN A GAME: 1. 446 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1985 2. 391 vs. Pensacola Navy, 1968 3. 389 vs. Central Michigan, 1972 4. 378 vs. SW Louisiana, 1970 5. 369 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1983 6. 347 at Illinois State, 2008 7. 346 vs. Illinois State, 2009 8. 341 vs. Eastern Michigan, 1987 9. 335 vs. Morehead State, 1986 10. 334 vs. Liberty, 2008 11. 330 vs. Eastern Michigan, 1985 12. 318 vs. James Madison, 2006 12. 318 vs. Villanova, 1975 14. 316 vs. Northern Michigan, 1972 15. 314 vs. Western Illinois, 2007 16. 312 vs. Akron, 1969 17. 309 vs. Northern Michigan, 1979 18. 308 vs. Tennessee Tech, 1987 19. 305 vs. Akron, 1986 20. 300 vs. Buffalo, 1997

FEWEST YARDS PASSING IN A GAME: 1. 7 vs. Eastern Illinois, 1978 2. 8 vs. Gustavus Adolphus, 1970 3. 11 vs. Indiana State, 2002 4. 13 vs. Indiana (Pa.), 1999 5. 14 vs. Nevada, 1991 6. 17 vs. Missouri State, 2002 7. 21 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1988 8. 27 vs. Northern Michigan, 1980 9. 33 vs. Indiana State, 1993 10. 35 vs. Georgia Southern, 1991 10. 35 vs. Western Illinois, 1978 12. 36 vs. Missouri State, 1998 13. 38 vs. Missouri State, 2001 14. 39 vs. Eastern Washington, 1997 15. 39 vs. Central State, 1974 16. 43 at Pittsburgh, 2005 17. 45 vs. NW Louisiana State, 1996 18. 46 vs. Eastern Illinois, 1981 19. 47 vs. Kent, 1998 20. 50 at Marshall, 2001 20. 50 vs. Morgan State, 1993

MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE IN A GAME: 1. 637 vs. Wayne State, 1974 2. 618 vs. Bloomsburg, 1990 3. 609 vs. Elon, 2001 4. 604 vs. Central Michigan, 1972 5. 567 vs. Indiana State, 2005 6. 563 vs. James Madison, 1992 7. 544 at Illinois State, 2008 8. 543 vs. Xavier, 1972 9. 542 vs. Morehead State, 1986 10. 541 vs. Clarion, 2001

1. 60 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1980 2. 62 vs. Northern Michigan, 1980 3. 74 at Ohio State, 2008 4. 80 vs. Southern Illinois, 2000 5. 147 vs. Western Kentucky, 1987 6. 152 at Pittsburgh, 2005 7. 159 at Pittsburgh, 2009 8. 168 vs. Western Kentucky, 2001 9. 169 vs. Indiana (Pa.), 1999 10. 175 vs. Tampa, 1971 11. 176 at Ohio State, 2007 12. 180 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 13. 181 vs. Northern Iowa, 1984 14. 183 vs. Northern Michigan, 1973 15. 184 vs. Penn State, 2006 16. 186 vs. Akron, 1985 16. 186 vs. Central State, 1974 18. 189 vs. Liberty, 1988 19. 191 vs. Illinois State, 2000 20. 192 vs. Murray State, 1980

OPPONENTS MOST FIRST DOWNS IN A GAME: 1. 35, Alcorn State, 1994 2. 34, Illinois State, 1998 3. 32, Illinois State, 2003 4. 31, Central Florida, 1998 4. 31, Eastern Michigan, 1986 4. 31, Northeastern, 1986 7. 30, Towson State, 1988 8. 29, Marshall, 1988 9. 28, Illinois State, 2008 9. 28, Montana, 1999 9. 28, Delaware, 1979 9. 28, Dayton, 1971

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS IN A GAME: 1. 4, Lock Haven, 2007 1. 4, Western Illinois, 1980 3. 5, Akron, 1984 3. 5, Eastern Illinois, 1973 3. 5, Central State, 1971 6. 7, Indiana State, 1997 6. 7, Indiana State, 1994 6. 7, Northern Iowa, 1982 6. 7, Murray State, 1981 6. 7, Alabama A&M, 1979

MOST YARDS RUSHING IN A GAME: 1. 638, Georgia Southern, 1999 2. 440, Northeastern, 1986 3. 405, Illinois State, 1998 4. 391, Gustavus Adolphus, 1969 5. 385, Tampa, 1971

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ADDITIONAL RECORDS (TOP 10/20) 6. 379, Villanova, 1976 7. 378, Central Michigan, 1971 8. 377, Northern Iowa, 2003 9. 376, Central Michigan, 1972 10. 365, Kent, 1988 11. 354, Delaware, 1979 12. 353, Appalachian State, 2006 13. 352, Southeastern Louisiana, 1970 14. 351, Eastern Kentucky, 1986 15. 339, Eastern Kentucky, 1987 16. 337, Southern Illinois, 2003 17. 335, Middle Tennessee State, 1983 18. 334, Furman, 1989 18. 334, Tennessee Tech, 1977 20. 333, Illinois State, 2003

FEWEST YARDS RUSHING IN A GAME: 1. -36, Alcorn State, 1994 2. -33, Western Illinois, 1982 3. -22, Xavier, 1972 4. -19, Middle Tennessee State, 1981 5. -14, Southeastern Louisiana, 1969 6. -10, Buffalo, 1994 7. -6, Illinois State, 2001 7. -6, Liberty, 1990 9. -4, Samford, 1991 10. 0, South Dakota State, 1979 11. 2, Northern Michigan, 1980 12. 6, Tennessee Tech, 1974 13. 7, Alabama A&M, 1979 13. 7, Nebraska-Omaha, 1978 15. 11, Indiana (Pa.), 1973 16. 13, Northern Iowa, 1979 17. 17, Illinois State, 1993 17. 17, Eastern Illinois, 1981 19. 18, Illinois State, 2006 19. 18, Morehead State, 1987

MOST YARDS PASSING IN A GAME: 1. 514, Alcorn State, 1994 2. 420, Montana, 1999 3. 390, Illinois State, 2010 4. 384, Morehead State, 1987 5. 383, Northern Iowa, 1981 6. 363, Western Illinois, 2005 6. 363, Marshall, 1991 8. 357, Southern Illinois, 1999 9. 353, Missouri State, 2001 10. 352, Northern Iowa, 1985 11. 348, Eastern Illinois, 1981 12. 347, Central Florida, 1998 12. 347, Liberty, 1990 14. 346, Akron, 1969 15. 340, Nevada, 1991 16. 339, Akron, 1990 17. 332, Central Florida, 1993 18. 332, Towson State, 1988 19. 328, Illinois State, 2009 19. 328, Morgan State, 1993 19. 328, Eastern Illinois, 1980

FEWEST PASSING YARDS IN A GAME: 1. 2, Indiana State, 1997 2. 13, Eastern Kentucky, 1987 3. 18, Western Kentucky, 2001 4. 19, Gustavus Adolphus, 1970 5. 20, Akron, 1984 6. 21, Richmond, 2000 7. 22, Villanova, 1977 8. 23, Eastern Michigan, 1975 9. 27, Northern Michigan, 1975 10. 28, Slippery Rock, 1996 10. 28, Buffalo, 1996 12. 29, Murray State, 1981 13. 30, Delaware State, 1992 14. 31, Northeastern, 1989

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14. 31, Central Michigan, 1972 16. 37, Indiana State, 2000 17. 38, Central State, 1979 18. 40, Austin Peay, 1986 19. 41, Southern Illinois, 2003 20. 43, Ashland, 1978

MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE IN A GAME: 1. 656, Georgia Southern, 1999 2. 653, Akron, 1969 3. 618, Northern Iowa, 2003 4. 604, Illinois State, 2003 5. 575, Central Florida, 1998 6. 562, Illinois State, 1998 7. 559, Northern Iowa, 1985 8. 553, Delaware, 1979 9. 541, Northeastern, 1986 10. 528 at Pittsburgh, 2005 11. 523, Eastern Michigan, 1986 12. 518, James Madison, 1992 13. 517, Appalachian State, 2006 13. 517, UMass, 1977 13. 517, Dayton, 1971 16. 513, Illinois State, 2008 17. 512, Towson State, 1988 18. 510, Marshall, 1988 19. 506, South Dakota State, 2008 20. 503, Cincinnati, 1982

FEWEST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE IN A GAME: 1. 68, Alabama A&M, 1979 2. 76, Eastern Illinois, 1973 3. 90, Buffalo, 1994 4. 93, Indiana State, 1997 4. 93, Southeastern Louisiana, 1969 6. 100, Central State, 1971 7. 101, Slippery Rock, 1996 8. 102, Western Illinois, 1988 9. 104, Indiana (Pa.), 1973 10. 106, Lock Haven 2007 11. 119, Tennessee Tech, 1974 12. 120, Austin Peay, 1974 13. 123, Middle Tennessee State, 1981 14. 131, Northern Iowa, 1978 15. 133, Edinboro, 2000 16. 135, Northeastern, 1989 17. 137, Indiana State, 1994 18. 139, Tennessee Tech, 1986 19. 143, Hofstra, 1996 20. 144, Samford, 1991

YSU INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN A GAME: 1. 46, Tamron Smith vs. Samford, 1991 2. 43, Jamaine Cook at Illinois State, 2010 2. 43, Monquantae Gibson at Western Kentucky, 2006 4. 38, Robby Robson vs. Western Illinois, 1979 5. 37, Robby Robson vs. Akron, 1980 6. 36, Paris Wicks vs. Northern Iowa, 1982 7. 34, Marcus Mason at Illinois State, 2006 7. 34, P.J. Mays vs. Indiana State, 2001 7. 34, Jerry Mapes vs. Florida A&M, 1985 7. 34, Tamron Smith vs. James Madison, 1992 11. 33, Marcus Mason vs. UNI, 2006 11. 33, Paris Wicks vs. Middle Tennessee State, 1982 11. 33, Paris Wicks vs. Northern Iowa, 1981 11. 33, Robby Robson vs. Delaware, 1980 15. 32, Marcus Mason vs. Missouri State, 2005 15. 32, Monquantae Gibson vs. Northeastern, 2005 15. 32, P.J. Mays vs. Illinois State, 2002 15. 32, Adrian Brown vs. Southwest Missouri State, 1999 19. 31, Jake Andreadis vs. Akron, 1995 19. 31, Paris Wicks vs. Western Illinois, 1982 19. 31, Robby Robson vs. Central State, 1979 22. 30, Jamaine Cook at Western Illinois, 2010

22. 30, P.J. Mays vs. Indiana State, 2002 22. 30, P.J. Mays vs. Marshall, 2001 22. 30, Adrian Brown vs. Florida A&M, 1999 22. 30, Tamron Smith vs. Towson State, 1991 22. 30, Tamron Smith vs. Marshall, 1991 22. 30, Archie Herring vs. Eastern Michigan, 1990 22. 30, Paris Wicks vs. Tennessee Tech, 1982 22. 30, Paris Wicks vs. Austin Peay State, 1982 22. 30, John Kinch vs. Eastern Illinois, 1974

MOST YARDS RUSHING IN A GAME: 1. 304, Dick Adipotti vs. Southern Connecticut State, 1966 2. 265, Marcus Mason at Western Illinois, 2006 3. 264, Robby Robson vs. Delaware, 1979 4. 253, Frank Horvath vs. Gustavus Adolphus, 1960 5. 249, Marcus Mason vs. Southern Illinois, 2006 6. 246, Tamron Smith vs. Samford, 1991 7. 236, Monquantae Gibson, 2006 8. 227, Paris Wicks vs. Morehead State, 1981 9. 226, P.J. Mays vs. Lock Haven, 2001 10. 218, P.J. Mays vs. Missouri State, 2001 11. 215, Paris Wicks vs. Northern Iowa, 1981 12. 214, Paris Wicks vs. Austin Peay State, 1982 13. 213, Jamaine Cook at Illinois State, 2010 14. 211, Dave Garden vs. Eastern Illinois, 1973 15. 210, P.J. Mays vs. Southern Illinois, 2002 15. 210, Jake Andreadis vs. Wingate, 1995 17. 208, Davey Kimmel vs. Western Michigan, 1957 18. 203, Marcus Mason vs. Missouri State, 2005 19. 202, Archie Herring vs. Towson State, 1989 20. 201, P.J. Mays vs. Marshall, 2001

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS IN A GAME: 1. 54, Denny Klembara vs. Akron, 1968 2. 51, Trenton Lykes vs. Eastern Michigan, 1987 3. 49, Denny Klembara vs. Akron, 1969 4. 47, Jamie DeVore vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1983 5. 46, Kurt Hess at South Dakota State, 2010 6. 45, Brandon Summers vs. Illinois State, 2009 6. 45, Mark Brungard vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1995 8. 44, Trenton Lykes vs. Morehead State, 1986 9. 43, Trenton Lykes vs. Murray State, 1987 10. 41, Mark Brungard vs. Delaware, 1995 10. 41, Trenton Lykes vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1986 12. 40, Tom Zetts vs. James Madison, 2006 12. 40, Tom Zetts at Western Kentucky, 2004 14. 39, Brandon Summers vs. Liberty, 2008 14. 39, Jeff Ryan vs. Illinois State, 1999 14. 39, Mark Brungard vs. McNeese State, 1995 14. 39, Mark Brungard vs. Illinois State, 1995 18. 38, Kurt Hess at Illinois State, 2010 18. 38, Brandon Summers vs. Illinois State, 2009 18. 38, Tom Zetts vs. UNI, 2005 18. 38, Trenton Lykes vs. Nichols State, 1986 18. 38, Keith Snoddy vs. Northern Michigan, 1979 18. 38, Denny Klembara vs. Southern Illinois, 1969

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS IN A GAME: 1. 32, Brandon Summers vs. Liberty, 2008 2. 31, Trenton Lykes vs. Eastern Michigan, 1987 3. 30, Brandon Summers, at Southern Illinois, 2009 3. 30, Jamie DeVore vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1983 5. 28, Tom Zetts at Western Kentucky, 2004 6. 27, Trenton Lykes vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987 7. 26, Kurt Hess at South Dakota State, 2010 7. 26, Trenton Lykes vs. Morehead State, 1986 9. 25, Brandon Summers vs. Illinois State, 2009 9. 25, Tom Zetts vs. UNI, 2007 9. 25, Trenton Lykes vs. Murray State, 1987 12. 24, Tom Zetts vs. James Madison, 2006 12. 24, Jeff Ryan vs. Western Michigan, 1999 12. 24, Trenton Lykes vs. Northeastern, 1987 12. 24, Denny Klembara vs. Akron, 1968 16. 23, Brandon Summers at North Dakota State, 2009 16. 23, Brandon Summers vs. Missouri State, 2009 16. 23, Tom Zetts vs. Western Illinois, 2007

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ADDITIONAL RECORDS (TOP 10/20) 16. 23, Mark Br Brungard vs. McNeese State, 1995 16. 23, Mark Brungard vs. Delaware, 1995 20. 22, Kurt Hess vs. North Dakota State, 2010 20. 22, Trenton Lykes vs. Bowling Green, 1987 20. 22, Trenton Lykes vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1986

MOST PASSING YARDS IN A GAME: 1. 391, Denny Klembara vs. Pensacola Navy, 1968 2. 389, Ron Jaworski vs. Central Michigan, 1972 3. 369, Jamie DeVore vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1983 4. 347, Brandon Summers at Illinois State, 2008 5. 346, Brandon Summers vs. Illinois State, 2009 6. 341, Trenton Lykes vs. Eastern Michigan, 1987 7. 335, Trenton Lykes vs. Morehead State, 1995 8. 334, Brandon Summers vs. Liberty, 2008 9. 321, Ron Jaworski vs. Southeastern (LA), 1970 10. 316, Ron Jaworski vs. Northern Michigan, 1972 11. 314, Tom Zetts vs. James Madison, 2006 12. 312, Denny Klembara vs. Akron, 1969 13. 309, Keith Snoddy vs. Northern Michigan, 1979 14. 305, Trenton Lykes vs. Akron, 1985 15. 303, Trenton Lykes vs. Tennessee Tech, 1987 16. 300, Demond Tidwell vs. Buffalo, 1997 17. 298, Tom Zetts vs. Western Illinois, 2007 18. 296, Brandon Summers at Southern Illinois, 2009 19. 291, Tom Zetts at Southern Illinois, 2005 20. 286, Tom Zetts at Western Kentucky, 2004

MOST RECEPTIONS IN A GAME: 1. 11, Dominique Barnes at Penn State, 2010 1. 11, Donald Jones vs. Missouri State, 2009 1. 11, Donald Jones at Southern Illinois, 2009 1. 11, T.J. Peterson vs. James Madison, 2006 1. 11, Dave DelSignore vs. Southern Illinois, 1968 6. 10, Dominique Barnes vs. North Dakota State, 2010 6. 10, Dominique Barnes at South Dakota State, 2010 6. 10, Dominique Barnes vs. Indiana State, 2010 6. 10, Donald Jones at North Dakota State, 2009 6. 10, Herb Williams vs. James Madison, 1992 6. 10, Steve Jones vs. Eastern Michigan, 1987 6. 10, Lorenzo Davis vs. Murray State, 1987 6. 10, Rick Shepas vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1985 14. 9, Dominique Barnes vs. Missouri State, 2009 14. 9, Elliott Giles vs. Western Michigan, 1999 14. 9, Herb Williams vs. Northeastern, 1992 14. 9, Steve Jones vs. Northeastern, 1987 14. 9, Maury Bibent vs. Tennessee Tech, 1987 14. 9, Rick Shepas vs. Cincinnati, 1985 14. 9, Rick Shepas vs. Morehead State, 1985 14. 9, Frank Pokorny vs. Morehead State, 1983 14. 9. Jim Ferranti vs. Eastern Illinois, 1979 14. 9, Jim Ferranti vs. Akron, 1979 14. 9, Jim Ferranti vs. Central State, 1978 14. 9, Bob Ferranti vs. Northern Michigan, 1972

MOST RECEIVING YARDS IN A GAME: 1. 214, Elliot Giles vs. Montana, 1999 2. 212, Dave DelSignore vs. Navy, 1968 3. 210, Dave DelSignore vs. Western Illinois, 1969 4. 209, John Goode vs. Akron, 1983 5. 199, Renauld Ray vs. Buffalo, 1997 6. 195, Rick Shepas vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1985 6. 195, Dave Ferguson vs. South Dakota State, 1974 8. 188, Jim Ferranti vs. Central State, 1978 9. 181, William Walker vs. McNeese State, 1995 10. 168, Bob Ferranti vs. Central Michigan, 1972 11. 166, Dave Ferguson vs. South Dakota State, 1973 12. 164, Dave Ferguson vs. Tennessee State, 1974 13. 159, John Goode vs. Northern Iowa, 1983 14. 158, Jim Ferranti at Illinois State, 1979 15. 152, Ray Ellington vs. Edinboro, 1990 16. 151, Dominique Barnes vs. North Dakota State, 2010 17. 149, Jim Ferranti vs. Akron, 1979 18. 148, Jerry Mapes vs. Eastern Michigan, 1985 18. 148, Rick Shepas vs. Morehead State, 1985 18. 148, John Goode vs. Western Illinois, 1983

MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE IN A GAME: 1. 403, Denny Klembara vs. Pensacola Navy, 1968 2. 387, Ron Jaworski vs. Central Michigan, 1972 3. 383, Brandon Summers vs. Liberty, 2008 4. 369, Jeff Ryan vs. Montana, 1999 5. 367, Brandon Summers at Illinois State, 2008 6. 351, Jamie DeVore vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1983 7. 336, Keith Snoddy vs. Northern Michigan, 1979 8. 333, Denny Klembara vs. Southern Illinois, 1968 9. 332, Brandon Summers vs. Illinois State, 2009 10. 327, Tom Zetts vs. James Madison, 2006 11. 325, Demond Tidwell vs. Buffalo, 1997 12. 319, Jeff Ryan vs. Hofstra, 2000 12. 319, Jeff Ryan vs. New Haven, 1998 14. 317, Jeff Ryan vs. Indiana State, 1999 15. 308, Jeff Ryan vs. Southern Illinois, 2001 15. 308, Mark Brungard vs. Delaware, 1995 15. 308, Nick Cochran vs. Texas State, 1992 18. 306, Ron Jaworski vs. Southeastern (La.), 1970 19. 303, Jeff Ryan vs. Illinois State, 1999 20. 302, Trenton Lykes vs. Tennessee Tech, 1987

OPPONENTS INDIVIDUAL RECORDS MOST RUSHING ATTEMPTS IN A GAME: 1. 43, Cody Pratt, Missouri State, 2004 1. 43, Adam Benge, Northern Iowa, 1998 3. 40, Herb Donaldson, 2008 3. 40, Astron Whatley, Kent, 1996 3. 40, James Black, Akron, 1983 6. 39, Aaron Stecker, Western Illinois, 1998 7. 38, Dave Blake, Ball State, 1974 8. 37, Brian Thompson, Illinois State, 2004 9. 36, Charles Tharp, Western Illinois, 1999 9. 36, Jeff Stoval, Northern Iowa, 1996 9. 36, Astron Whatley, Kent, 1995 12. 35, Walter Mendenhall, Illinois State 2008 12. 35, Arkee Whitlock, Southern Illinois, 2006 12. 35, Travis Glasford, Western Illinois, 2003 12. 35, Adam Benge, Northern Iowa, 2002 12. 35, Karlton Carpenter, Southern Illinois, 1998 17. 34, Sidney Montfort, Indiana St., 2003 18. 33, Kevin Mosley, Villanova, 1992 18. 33, Jim Kremer, South Dakota State, 1975 20. 32, Steve Englehart, Indiana State, 1998 20. 32, Keith Goodnight, Illinois State, 1995 20. 32, Chuck Markey, Central Michigan, 1972

MOST YARDS RUSHING IN A GAME: 1. 254, Adrian Peterson, Georgia Southern, 1999 2. 246, James Black, Akron, 1983 3. 235, Herb Donaldson, 2008 4. 233, Karlton Carpenter, Southern Illinois, 1998 5. 231, Silas Massey, Central Michigan, 1995 6. 225, Walter Mendenhall, Illinois State, 2008 7. 222, Brian Thompson, Illinois State, 2004 8. 220, Rashad Jennings, Liberty, 2008 9. 218, Arkee Whitlock, Southern Illinois, 2006 10. 205, Ron Darby, Marshall, 1988 11. 198, Travis Glasford, Western Kentucky, 2003 12. 194, Terrell Rennie, UNI, 2010 13. 191, Mark Giacone, Central Florida, 1990 14. 188, Aaron Stecker, Western Illinois, 1998 15. 185, Kyle Minett, South Dakota State, 2010 16. 183, Sha-Ron Edwards, Illinois State, 2003 17. 182, Carl Smith, Maine, 1989 18. 181, Nick Nance, Murray State, 1981 19. 179, Ed Hairston, Eastern Kentucky, 1982 20. 178, Charles Tharp, Western Illinois, 1999 20. 178, Beidkeman, Akron, 1969

MOST PASS ATTEMPTS IN A GAME: 1. 82, Steve McNair, Alcorn State, 1994 2. 59, Chris Swartz, Morehead State, 1987 3. 57, Orlando Persell, Morgan State, 1993

4. 56, Drew Miller, Montana, 1999 4. 56, Lester Anderson, Illinois State, 1996 6. 55, Kenny Henderson, Stephen F. Austin, 1991 6. 55, Dan Cowley, Towson State, 1991 8. 51, Steve Tuck, Eastern Illinois, 1978 9. 50, Chris Vargas, Nevada, 1991 10. 49, Matt Brown, Illinois State, 2009 10. 49, Jeff Christensen, Eastern Illinois, 1981 12. 48, Darin Hinshaw, Central Florida, 1993 12. 48, Jay Johnson, Northern Iowa, 1992 12. 48, Troy Bodine, Cincinnati, 1984 15. 46, Steve LaFalce, Western Illinois, 2005 15. 46, Austin Moherman, Missouri State, 2001 15. 46, Jose Davis, Kent, 1998 15. 46, Jeff Sweitzer, Akron, 1990 15. 46, Robbie Justino, Liberty, 1990 15. 46, Paul Johnson, Liberty, 1989

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS IN A GAME: 1. 52, Steve McNair, Alcorn State, 1994 2. 40, Drew Miller, Montana, 1999 3. 33, Lester Anderson, Illinois State, 1996 4. 32, Matt Brown, Illinois State, 2009 5. 31, Dante Culpepper, Central Florida, 1998 6. 30, Orlando Persell, Morgan State, 1993 6. 30, Michael Payton, Marshall, 1991 6. 30, Robbie Justino, Liberty, 1990 6. 30, Chris Swartz, Morehead State, 1987 10. 29, Matt Brown, Illinois State, 2010 10. 29, Chris Boden, Villanova, 1997 10. 29, Danny Barnett, Illinois State, 1993 10. 29. Steve Sandon, Northern Iowa, 1981 14. 28, Ryan Berry, South Dakota State, 2007 14. 28, Jon Grant, UC Davis, 2006 14. 28, Steve LaFalce, Western Illinois, 2005 14. 28, Jeff Thorne, Eastern Illinois, 1992 14. 28, Jay Johnson, Northern Iowa 1992 14. 28, Chris Vargas, Nevada, 1991 14. 28, Jeff Christensen, Eastern Illinois, 1981

MOST YARDS PASSING IN A GAME: 1. 514, Steve McNair, Alcorn State, 1994 2. 455, Roger Staubach, Pensacola Navy, 1968 3. 420, Drew Miller, Montana, 1999 4. 390, Matt Brown, Illinois State, 2010 5. 384, Chris Swartz, Morehead State, 1987 6. 383, Steve Sandon, Northern Iowa, 1981 7. 363, Steve LaFalce, Western Illinois, 2005 7. 363, Michael Payton, Marshall, 1991 9. 359, Steve Turk, Eastern Illinois, 1979 10. 347, Dante Culpepper, Central Florida, 1998 10. 347, Robbie Justino, Liberty, 1990 12. 340, Chris Vargas, Nevada, 1991 13. 339, Jeff Sweitzer, Akron, 1990 14. 332, Chris Goetz, Towson State, 1988 15. 329, Jeff Christensen, Eastern Illinois, 1981 16. 328, Matt Brown, Illinois State, 2009 16. 328, Orlando Persell, Morgan State, 1993 18. 326, Austin Moherman, SMS, 2001 19. 323, Chris Boden, Villanova, 1997 20. 322, Darin Hinshaw, Central Florida, 1993

MOST RECEPTIONS IN A GAME: 1. 16, Brian Finneran, Villanova, 1997 2. 15, Kobie Jenkins, Alcorn State, 1994 3. 14, Marvon Sanders, Illinois State, 2010 4. 13, Kasim Osgood, Cal Poly, 2000 5. 12, Wynton Jackson, Liberty, 2005 5. 12, Mark Sango, Villanova, 1999 5. 12 Cherone Harness, Alcorn State, 1994 5. 12, David Rhodes, Central Florida, 1993 9. 11, Bryan Reeves, Nevada, 1991 9. 11, Jerry Wright, Eastern Illinois, 1983 9. 11, Mark Ledford, Morehead State, 1983 9. 11, James Warring, Eastern Illinois, 1978 13. 10, Jeff Evans, Southern Illinois, 2010

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ADDITIONAL RECORDS (TOP 10/20) 13. 10, Marco Thomas, omas, Western Illinois, 2006 13. 10, Samuel Smith, International, 2004 mith Florida International 13. 10, Aryvia Holmes, Samford, 2002 13. 10, Marc Marcos, Missouri State, 2001 13. 10, Ray Fouchea, Illinois State, 1996 13. 10, Donald Ross, Alcorn State, 1994 13. 10, Troy Brown, Marshall, 1991 13. 10, Tim Fields, Stephen F. Austin, 1991 13. 10, Ernest Priester, Edinboro, 1989 13. 10, James Herring, Eastern Illinois, 1978

9. 80, Kurt Hess to Dominique Barnes at Penn State State, 2010 9. 80, Ken Kuhn to John Goode vs. Northern Iowa, 1983 9. 80, Ken Kuhn to John Goode vs, Akron, 1983 9. 80, Denny Klembara to Dave DelSignore vs. Pensacola Navy, 1968 9. 80, Denny Klembara to Craig Cotton vs. Pensacola Navy, 1968

MOST YARDS RECEIVING IN A GAME:

RUSHING PLAY:

1. 220, David Rhodes, Central Florida, 1993 2. 218, Mark Ledford, Morehead State, 1983 3. 206, Tyrone Walker, Illinois State, 2010 4. 188, Cornell Craig, Southern Illinois, 1999 5. 186, Eyad Salem, Illinois State, 2008 6. 185, David McLeod, James Madison, 1992 7. 183, Mike Furrey, Northern Iowa, 1997 8. 182, Hooks, Delaware, 1979 9. 180, Huff, Akron, 1969 10. 174, Bryan Reeves, Nevada, 1991 11. 173, Otha Hill, Central State, 1978 12. 171, Ernest Priester, Edinboro, 1989 13. 167, Mike Smith, Towson State, 1988 14. 164, Kasim Osgood, Cal Poly, 2000 15. 160, Johnny Gray, UNI, 2006 16. 156, Jerry Wright, Eastern Illinois, 1983 17. 154, Ricardo Clark, Marshall, 1991 18. 153, Brian Robiskie, Ohio State, 2007 19. 151, Scott McGhee, Eastern Illinois, 1978 20. 149, James Warring, Eastern Illinois, 1978

1. 95, Marcus Mason at Western Illinois, 2006 2. 88, Marschell Brumfield vs. Northern Iowa, 1978 3. 87, Dick Adipotti vs. Southern Connecticut State, 1966 4. 84, Dave Kimmel vs. Abilene Christian, 1954 5. 83, P.J. Mays vs. Clarion, 2001 6. 81, Paris Wicks vs. Morehead State, 1981 6. 81, Eric Escola vs. Akron, 1974 6. 81, Al Perl vs. Geneva, 1942 9. 78, John Murphy vs. Morehead State, 1984 10. 77, P.J. Mays vs. Clarion, 2001 11. 76, Jake Andreadis vs. Wingate, 1995 12. 75, Robert L. Thompson vs. Eastern Michigan, 1984 13. 73, Brandon Summers at Northeastern, 2009 13. 73, Josh Cayson vs. Edinboro, 2003 13. 73, P.J. Mays vs. Clarion, 2002 13. 73, Leo Hawkins vs. Southern Illinois, 1988 17. 72, Paris Wicks vs. Murray State, 1981 18. 71, Jamaine Cook at Missouri State, 2010 18. 71, Josh Lee at Illinois State, 2008 20. 70, Adrian Brown vs. Eastern Washington, 1997

MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE IN A GAME:

LONGEST RUSHES BY A QUARTERBACK

1. 482, Steve McNair, Alcorn State, 1994 2. 455, Roger Staubach, Pensacola Navy, 1968 3. 410, Daunte Culpepper, Central Florida, 1998 4. 405, Drew Miller, Montana, 1999 5. 380, Matt Brown, Illinois State, 2010 6. 366, Ralph Basone, Northeastern, 1992 7. 363, Sherrard Poteete, Southern Illinois, 1999 8. 355, Matt Barr, Western Illinois, 2010 9. 352, Chris Swartz, Morehead State, 1987 10. 349, Steve LaFalce, Western Illinois, 2005 11. 347, Michael Payton, Marshall, 1991 12. 346, Terrell Rennie, UNI, 2010 13. 345, Steve Turk, Eastern Illinois, 1978 14. 341, Steve Sandon, Northern Iowa, 1981 15. 340, Matt Brown, Illinois State, 2009 15. 340, Eriq Williams, James Madison, 1992 17. 327, Mike Hanlin, Morehead State, 1983 18. 324, Cody Kirby, Missouri State, 2010 19. 322, Jon Grant, UC Davis, 2006 19. 322, Austin Moherman, Missouri, 2001 19. 322, Jeff Sweitzer, Akron, 1990

1. 77, Cliff Stoudt vs. South Dakota State 11/15/1975 2. 73, Brandon Summers at Northeastern, 2009 2. 65, Jeff Ryan vs. New Haven, 10/24/1998 3. 57, Keith Snoddy vs. Ashland, 9/23/1978 4. 56, Cliff Stoudt at Akron, 10/25/1975 5. 55, Ray Isaac vs. Morgan State 9/30/1989

1 92 1. 92, Ray Rohen vs vs. Central Michigan Michigan, 1965 2. 86, Dominique Barnes vs. Butler, 2010 3. 81, Robert L. Thompson vs. Northern Iowa, 1982 4. 77, Jerald Burley vs. Illinois State, 2001 5. 76, De’Angelo Wilson vs. Illinois State, 2007 6. 74, Dick Adipotti vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1967 7. 73, Frank Horvath vs. Albright, 1961 8. 71, Dave Roberts vs. Northern Iowa, 1992 9. 70, Russ Musiel vs. Central State 10. 68, Dave Roberts vs. Clarion, 1992 11. 66, Jake Godec vs. Clarion, 2002 12. 64, Jason Perry vs. Indiana State, 2006 13. 60, John Goode vs. Eastern Illinois, 1981 14. 47, Jamarious Boatwright vs. CCSU, 2010 15. 44, Pete Rekstis vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1987

LONGEST PUNTS: 1. 85, Troy LeFever vs. UNI, 2000 2. 75, Don Calloway vs. Northern Michigan, 1973 3. 73, Nick Xides vs. Northeastern, 1985 4. 72, Chuck Haynali vs. Wayne State, 1976 5. 70, Joe Bishop vs. Southern Illinois, 2004 5. 70, Don Calloway vs. Central State, 1974 7. 69, Nick Liste at Missouri State, 2010 7. 69, Don Calloway vs. Western Illinois, 1975 9. 68, Don Calloway vs. Eastern Illinois, 1974 10. 67, Ben Nowicki at Indiana State, 2009 10. 67, Joe Bishop at Pittsburgh, 2005 10. 67, J.J. Stefancin vs. Northern Iowa, 1997 10. 67, Chris Weber vs. Cincinnati, 1981 10. 67, Chris Weber vs. Western Illinois, 1981 10. 67, Don Calloway vs. Wayne State, 1974 10. 67, Ron Jaworski vs. Dayton, 1977 17. 66, Ben Nowicki at Southern Utah, 2008 17. 66, Larry Bucciarelli vs. Slippery Rock, 1991 19. 66, Nick Xides vs. Murray State, 1984 20. 64, Nick Xides vs. Eastern Illinois, 1982 20. 64, Mike Hardie vs. Murray State, 1981

OPPONENT LONGEST PLAYS LONGEST RUSH:

INTERCEPTION RETURN:

YSU LONGEST PLAYS

1. 97, Don Cramb vs. SE Louisiana, 1969 2. 95, Pat Durina vs. Saginaw Valley State, 1978 3. 94, Leon Jones vs. Alcorn State, 1994 4. 87, Will Shaw vs. UNI, 2010 5. 85, John Rouse vs. Marshall, 1956 6. 84, Maurice Reynolds vs. Eastern Illinois, 1977 7. 73, Brett Greer vs. Stephen F. Austin, 1991 8. 72, Codera Jackson at Liberty, 2005 9. 69, Larry Toles vs. Austin Peay State, 1985 10. 58, Tim Johnson vs. Kent State, 2000 11. 57, David Burch vs. Central Florida, 1993 12. 55, Sherod Holmes vs. Kent State, 2003 12. 55, Dwyte Smiley vs. New Haven, 1998 14. 48, Reggie Brown vs. Georgia Southern, 1991 15. 47, Randy Smith vs. Morgan State, 1991

PASS PLAY:

KICKOFF RETURN:

1. 90, Jeff Ryan to Renauld Ray vs. New Haven, 1998 2. 85, Jamie DeVore to John Goode vs. Delaware, 1981 3. 83, Cliff Stoudt to Dave Ferguson vs. South Dakota State, 1974 3. 83 Joe Piunno to Dick Adipotti vs. Central Michigan, 1965 5. 82, Jeff Ryan to Elliott Giles vs. Montana, 1999 5. 82, Denny Klembara to Dave DelSignore vs. SE Louisiana State, 1969 7. 81, Nick Cochran to Don Zwisler vs. SW Texas State, 1992 7. 81, Mike Sloe to Jeff Patterson vs. Western Illinois, 1980

1. 91, Archie Herring vs. Edinboro, 1990 1. 91, Robert L. Thompson vs. Western Kentucky, 1983 3. 90, Harold Green vs. Gustavus Adolphus, 1960 3. 90, Harry Bruno vs. Geneva, 1942 5. 89, Andre Coleman vs. Lock Haven, 2001 5. 89, Tom Campana vs. Canisius, 1948 7. 88, Malcolm Everette vs. Nevada, 1991 8. 83, Archie Herring vs. Liberty, 1990 9. 81, Randy Smith vs. Kent, 1994 10. 78, Josh Cayson vs. Illinois State, 2005 11. 77, Randy Smith vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1994 12. 58, Dave Roberts vs. Eastern Illinois, 1992 12. 58, Pat Durina vs. Eastern Kentucky, 1980 14. 57, Dominique Barnes vs. UNI, 2008

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PUNT RETURN:

1. 93, Von Morgan, Abilene Christian, 10/23/1954 2. 88, Kevin Staple, Eastern Illinois, 10/2/1982 3. 83, Carlos Warford, Murray State, 11/10/1984 4. 81, Pat Young, Kent, 9/3/1988 4. 81, Daman Stephens, Morehead State, 11/17/1984 6. 80, Terrence Thompson, Eastern Kentucky, 9/12/1981 6. 80, Andy Andrade, Northern Michigan, 10/6/1973 8. 79, Jon Bradford, Central State 11/9/1974 9. 78, Lyle Hamm, South Dakota State, 9/22/1973 10. 77, Geno Blow, Illinois State, 10/20/2007 11. 76, A.J. Wallace, Penn State, 9/16/2006 11. 76, Terrence Thompson, Eastern Kentucky, 9/10/1983 11. 76, Don Pittman, Eastern Illinois, 11/7/1977

LONGEST PASS: 1. 92, Jeff Postell to Otha Hill Central State, 10/14/1978 2. 88, Larry Miller to Daryl Goree Northern Iowa, 11/20/1982 3. 86, Paul McIntosh to Joe Allaria Southern Illinois, 10/24/2009 4. 82, Jason Barnett to Adam Roman New Haven, 10/24/1998 4. 82, Bill Zwaan to Bill Cubit Delaware, 11/30/1974 6. 80, Frisman Jackson to Jammarl O’Neal Western Illinois, 10/21/2000 6. 80, Shane Fortney to Mike Furrey Northern Iowa, 10/18/1997 8. 78, MacAdoo Harrison-Dixon to Phil Anderson Delaware State, 10/9/1993 9. 75, Scott Brunner to Jay Hooks Delaware, 11/10/1979 9. 75, Eric Schoch to Mac Thomas Akron, 10/20/1973

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MISCELLANEOUS MARKS AND NOTES MULTI 100 100-YYARD RUSHERS (29) Kamryn Keys (146), Jabari Scott (120) vs. North Dakota State | Sept. 20, 2008 Jabari Scott (149), Kevin Smith (122) at Indiana State | Nov. 3, 2007 Marcus Mason (176), Tom Zetts (110) at Illinois State | Oct. 28, 2006 Marcus Mason (197), Justin Reams (100) vs. Indiana State | Oct. 7, 2006 Monquantae Gibson (167), Regis Edgerson (104) at Western Illinois | Nov. 6, 2004 P.J. Mays (210), Mike Burns (123) vs. Southern Illinois | Nov. 2, 2002 P.J. Mays (165), Josiah Doby (129) vs. Clarion | August, 29, 2002 P.J. Mays (170), Mike Burns (116) vs. Elon | Nov. 17, 2001 P.J. Mays (180), Darius Peterson (111) vs. Clarion | Sept. 8, 2001 Jake Andreadis (107), Adrian Brown (104) vs. Kent State | Sept. 6, 1997 Nolan Moore (121), Brian Cottom (109) vs. Slippery Rock | Sept. 16, 1995 Darnell Clark (144), Tamron Smith (108) at Eastern Kentucky | Oct. 2, 1993 Leo Hawkins (176), Tamron Smith (101) at Nevada | Dec. 7, 1991 Leo Hawkins (123), Archie Herring (109) at Georgia Southern | Nov. 2, 1991 Tamron Smith (137), Leo Hawkins (124) vs. Morgan State | Sept. 21, 1991 Tamron Smith (115), Leo Hawkins (108) vs. Edinboro | Nov. 11, 1989 Steve Jones (127), Archie Herring (111) vs. Liberty | Nov. 4, 1989 Leo Hawkins (149), Lorenzo Davis (122) at Eastern Illinois | Sept. 24, 1988 Paris Wicks (121), Mike Hardie (101) vs. Murray State | Sept. 19, 1981 Paris Wicks (125), Robby Robson (109) vs. American International | Nov. 15, 1980 Robby Robson (136), Dwight Dumas (104) vs. Akron | Oct. 21, 1978 Marschell Brumfield (116), Dwight Dumas (101) vs. Eastern Illinois | Dec. 2, 1978 Dave Garden (166), John Kinch (157) vs. Akron | Nov. 16, 1974 Eric Escola (147), John Kinch (106) vs. Wayne State | Oct. 26, 1974 John Kinch (130), Dave Garden (110) vs. Austin Peay | Sept. 14, 1974 Dick Adipotti (124), Ken Kacenga (115) vs. Southern Illinois | Nov. 4, 1967 Sanford Rivers (129), Ken Kacenga (118) vs. Lock Haven | Oct. 27, 1966 Dick Adipotti (114), Albert Grossi (110) vs. Gustavus Adolphus | Nov. 12, 1965 Paul Richardson (116), Phil Williams (112) vs. Hillsdale | Oct. 25, 1962

QB FIRST STARTS SINCE 1981 Kurt Hess (RFr.) Penn State • Sept. 4, 2010 Marc Kanetsky (So.) North Dakota State • Nov. 21, 2009 Dailyn Campbell (Fr.) Southern Illinois • Oct. 18, 2008 Paul Corsaro (RFr.) at Missouri State • Oct. 11, 2008 Brandon Summers (Jr.) Central State • Sept. 13, 2008 Todd Rowan (Jr.) at Ohio State • Aug. 1, 2008 Tom Zetts (RFr.) Slippery Rock • Sept. 2, 2004 Luis Gonzalez (Sr.) Western Kentucky • Nov. 15, 2003 Matt Rycraft (So.) at Indiana State • Oct. 18, 2003 Aaron Marshall (RFr.) at Missouri State • Sept. 28, 2002 Justin Green (Sr.) at Western Kentucky • Sept. 21, 2002 Colby Street (So.) at Illinois State • Oct. 7, 2000 Jeff Ryan (Fr.) Southern Illinois • Oct. 10, 1998 Jim Keagy (RFr.) Clarion • Sept. 3, 1998 Jared Zwick (Fr.) Ashland • Oct. 19, 1996 Demond Tidwell (Jr.) Wofford • August 29, 1996 Mark Brungard (So.) at Western Michigan • Sept. 2, 1993 Nick Cochran (Sr.) Clarion • Sept. 5, 1992 Ray Issac (So.) at Maine • Sept. 2, 1989 Frank Edie (So.) at Bowling Green • Oct. 22, 1988 Chris Gamble (So.) at Kent State • Sept. 3, 1988 Bob Courtney (Jr.) MTSU • Oct. 27, 1984 Trenton Lykes (RFr.) Eastern Michigan • Sept. 1, 1984 Ken Kuhn (Jr.) at Akron • Nov. 5, 1983 Griffin Keys (So.) at Eastern Kentucky • Sept. 11, 1982 Jamie DeVore (So.) at Cincinnati • Sept. 5, 1981

L, 14-44 W, 39-35 L, 0-33

LONGEST SERIES VS. OPPONENTS 35 26 25 22 21 21

| Akron | Western Illinois | Northern Iowa | Southern Illinois | Baldwin-Wallace | Gustavus Adolphus

L, 28-42 W, 38-0 L, 0-43 W, 35-13 L, 13-37

RECORD BY THE MONTH Month Games Record August 8 7-1-0 September 201 116-81-4 October 284 153-128-3 November 208 129-69-10 December 25 19-6-0

Pct. .875 .587 .544 .644 .760

W, 30-24 W, 24-17 L, 7-13 W, 14-12 W, 34-21 W, 50-6

MILESTONE WINS IN SCHOOL HISTORY 1 | Oct. 22, 1938 • Westminster (20-0) 50 | Oct. 28, 1949 • Mount Union (21-6) 100 | Nov. 17, 1960 • Akron (34-21) 200 | Oct. 3, 1981 • Akron (34-7) 300 | Sept. 24, 1994 • Slippery Rock (52-17) 400 | Oct. 14, 2006 • Western Illinois (35-38) 424 | Sept. 21, 2010 • Southern Illinois (31-28)

W, 38-3 W, 28-0 W, 17-13 W, 48-7 L, 14-28 L, 16-20 L, 3-38

MILESTONE GAMES IN SCHOOL HISTORY 1 | Sept. 15, 1938 • Geneva (L, 6-12) 100 | Oct. 18, 1952 • Marshall (T, 6-6) 200 | Nov. 15, 1963 • Augustana (W, 20-6) 300 | Sept. 13, 1975 • Central State (W, 10-0) 400 | Sept. 15, 1984 • Cincinnati (W, 27-23) 500 | Oct. 17, 1992 • Northeastern (L, 23-28) 600 | Dec. 11, 1999 • Florida A&M (W, 27-24) 700 | Oct. 11, 2008 • Missouri State (L, 28-42) 727 | Nov. 13, 2010 • Indiana State (L, 24-30

W, 23-13 W, 31-7

OPPONENT TWICE IN SAME YEAR

L, 21-49

1942 1978 1979 1994 2006

L, 17-31 W, 19-13

• Geneva | W, 20-0 • W, 31-19 • Eastern Illinois | W, 40-24 • L, 22-26* • Delaware | L, 45-51 • L, 21-38* • Eastern Kentucky | W, 13-6 • W, 18-15* • Illinois State | W, 27-13 • W, 28-21*

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ALL-TIME ASSISTANT COACHES Coach Robbie Andrews ws Tom Anthony Vince Antonucci Mark Asher Chris Bache Don Bartolomucci Bob Beal Rick Bevly Brandon Blaney Jim Bollman Trent Boykin Carmen Bricillo Ron Brown Frank J. Buffano Charles Bush Al Carrino Dana Chambers Wayne Chapman Mike Cochran Joel Cockley Shawn Coin Andre Coleman Ken Conatser Joe Conroy Tony Cougras Eugene Crosby Paul Cuba Tom Cullen Mark Dantonio Mike Davis Tim Davis Phillip DeCapito Gene DeFilippo Jamie DeVore Lou DiOrio George Dohm Bob Dove Sam Eddy Dave Elliott Tom Franklin Tim Frost Dale Fryzel Joe Galat Sloko Gill Jack Glowik Andy Golubic Herb Gorby Mike Gottfried Bill Hart Jon Heacock Rod Henderson Bruce Herdman Sherod Holmes Dick Holway Don Houser Russ Houser Don Humphrey Herman Jackson Brian Jenkins R.C. Johnson Benyard Jones Dan Jozsa Ken Kish John Klacik Jack Klebe Mike Kolakowski

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Coach Dan Kopp Rick Kravitz Lewis Lawhorn Eugene Lewis Phil Longo Malen Luke Pete Lymber Mark Mangino Louie Matsakis Marty McCabe Pat McNicol Eric Meek Jeff Mills Shane Montgomery Brian Moore Mauro Monz Joe Morbito Todd Murgatroyd Joe Nudo Dan O’Connell Jerry Olsavsky Paul Palumbo Mike Pariseau Dave Pavlansky Pat Pearson Ricky Perez Doug Phillips Mike Priefer Neil Putnam Bud Ratliff Pete Reese Pete Rekstis Ralph Robinette Gene Rochette Dom Rosselli Rusty Russell Nick Siciliano Tom Sims George Small Antonie Smith Harvey Smith Rollen Smith Mark Snyder Mark Spencer Joel Spiker Wayne Stanley Mike Stephon Bob Stoops Ron Stoops Jr. Ray Sweeney Mike Sullivan Fred Thomas Don Treadwell Ben Tressel Bob Tucker Eric Tudor Tim Tyrrell Jim Vechiarella Casey Vogt Brian White Greg Williams Herb Williams Terrell Williams Jamie Willis Ralph Wolf Bob Wolfe Brian Wright

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PLAYOFF RECORDS Team Game Records

Individual Game Records

Rushing

Rushing

Attempts: 81 vs. Samford, 12/14/1991 Yards: 341 vs. Samford, 12/14/1991 Touchdowns: 5 vs. The Citadel, 12/5/1992; Central Florida, 11/27/1993

Attempts: 46, Tamron Smith vs. Samford, 12/14/1991 Yards: 246, Tamron Smith vs. Samford, 12/14/1991 Longest Run: 70, Adrian Brown vs. Eastern Washington, 12/13/1997 Longest Touchdown Run: 55, Shawn Patton vs. Boise State, 12/17/1994 Touchdowns: 3, Tamron Smith vs. Marshall, 12/19/1992; Shawn Patton vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994

Passing Attempts: 41 vs. James Madison, 11/25/2006 Completions: 25 vs. James Madison, 11/25/2006 Interceptions Thrown: 2, three times Yards: 318 vs. James Madison, 11/25/2006 Touchdowns: 3 vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994

Receiving Receptions: 25 vs. James Madison, 11/25/2006 Yards: 318 vs. James Madison, 11/25/2006 Touchdowns: 3 vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994

Scoring Touchdowns: 9 vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 Points: 63 vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 Points in a Quarter: 28 (2nd) vs. Central Florida, 11/27/1993 Points Allowed in a Quarter: 28 (2nd) by Georgia Southern, 12/18/1999 PAT Attempts: 9 vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 PAT Made: 9 vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 Field Goals Made: 4 vs. Northern Iowa, 12/12/1992 Field Goal Attempts: 4, three times

Miscellaneous Total Offensive Yards: 472 vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 Total Plays: 90 vs. Furman, 12/2/1989 Time of Possession: 42:45 vs. Samford, 12/14/1991 Punt Return Yards: 115 vs. Northern Iowa, 12/12/1992 Kickoff Returns: 10 vs. Georgia Southern, 12/18/1999 Kickoff Return Yards: 213 vs. Georgia Southern, 12/18/1999 Takeaways: 8 vs. Samford, 12/14/1991 Turnovers: 4 vs. Samford, 12/14/1991 First Downs: 26 vs. The Citadel, 12/5/1992 Punts: 9 vs. McNeese State, 12/20/1997 Fumbles Lost: 4 vs. Samford, 12/14/1991 Fumbles Recovered: 4, three times Interceptions: 6 vs. Samford, 12/14/1991 Sacks: 7 vs. Marshall, 12/21/1991 Tackles for Loss: 9 vs. Marshall, 12/21/91; Eastern Washington, 12/13/97 Drive (Plays/Yards/Time): 16 vs. Furman, 12/2/1989; 94 vs. Eastern Washington, 12/13/1997; 8:10 vs. Montana, 12/10/1994 Penalties: 9-79 vs. Marshall, 12/21/1991; 8-104 vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994

Defense Fewest Yards Rushing: -36 by Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 Fewest Rushs: 15 by Alcorn State, 11/25/1994; Montana, 12/10/1994 Fewest Yards Passing: 56 by The Citadel, 12/5/1992 Fewest Pass Completions: 4, three times Fewest Yards Total Offense: 144 by Samford, 12/14/1991 Fewest Total Plays: 46 by North Carolina A&T, 12/4/1999

Lows Points: 3 vs. Richmond, 11/25/2000 Rushing Yards: 41 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 12/3/1994 Rushing Attempts: 32 vs. Eastern Kentucky, 12/3/1994 Passing Yards: 14 vs. Nevada, 12/7/1991 Completions: 2 vs. Nevada, 12/7/1991; Samford, 12/14/1991 Passing Attempts: 3 vs. Nevada, 12/7/1991 Total Offensive Yards: 189 vs. Richmond, 11/25/2000 Total Plays: 55 vs. Richmond, 11/25/2000 Time of Possession: 25:17 vs. Northern Iowa, 11/28/1987

Passing Attempts: 40, Tom Zetts vs. James Madison, 11/25/2006 Completions: 24, Tom Zetts vs. James Madison, 11/25/2006 Interceptions Thrown: 2, Nick Cochran vs. Marshall, 12/19/1992; Mark Brungard vs. Boise State, 12/17/1994; Jeff Ryan vs. Richmond, 11/25/2000 Yards: 314, Tom Zetts vs. James Madison, 11/25/2006 Touchdowns: 3, Mark Brungard vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994; 3, Jeff Ryan vs. Florida A&M, 12/11/1999 Longest Completion: 82, Jeff Ryan to Elliott Giles vs. Montana, 11/27/1999 Longest TD Pass: 82, Jeff Ryan to Elliott Giles vs. Montana, 11/27/1999

Receiving Receptions: 11, T.J. Peterson vs. James Madison, 11/25/2006 Longest TD Reception: 82, Jeff Ryan to Elliott Giles vs. Montana, 11/27/1999 Yards: 214, Elliott Giles vs. Montana, 11/27/1999 Touchdowns: 2, Lorenzo Davis vs. Northern Iowa, 11/28/1987; Trent Boykin vs. UCF, 11/27/1993; John Quintana vs. Georgia Southern, 12/4/1993; Don Zwisler vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994

Scoring Touchdowns: 3, Tamron Smith vs. Marshall, 12/19/1992; Shawn Patton vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 Points: 18, Tamron Smith vs. Marshall, 12/19/1992; Shawn Patton vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 PAT Attempts: 9, Paul Massaro vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 PATs Made: 9, Paul Massaro vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 FG Made: 4, Jeff Wilkins vs. Northern Iowa, 12/12/1992 FG Attempts: 4, Robert Foskos vs. Furman, 12/2/1989; Jeff Wilkins vs. Marshall, 12/21/1991; Jeff Wilkins vs. Northern Iowa, 12/12/1992

Total Offense Yards: 369, Jeff Ryan vs. Montana, 11/27/1999 Plays: 46, Trenton Lykes vs. Northern Iowa, 11/28/1987; Tamron Smith vs. Samford, 12/14/1991

Miscellaneous Longest Field Goal: 54, Jeff Wilkins vs. Northern Iowa, 12/12/1992 Longest Kickoff Return: 88, Malcolm Everette vs. Nevada, 12/7/1991 Longest Punt Return: 71, Dave Roberts vs. Northern Iowa, 12/12/1992 Interceptions: 3, Randy Smith vs. Samford, 12/14/1991 Tackles: 18, Leon Jones vs. Eastern Kentucky, 12/3/1994 Longest Interception Return: 94, Leon Jones vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 Longest Fumble Return: 73, Mike Stanec vs. Eastern Washington, 12/13/1997 Punts: 9, John Stefacin vs. McNeese State, 12/20/1997 Longest Punt: 63, Tim Dreslinski vs. Eastern Kentucky, 12/3/1994 Sacks: 3, Malcolm Everette vs. Northern Iowa, 12/12/1992; 3, Harry Deligianis vs. McNeese State, 12/20/1997

Opponent Highs Points: 59, Georgia Southern, 12/18/1999 Rushing Yards: 639, Georgia Southern, 12/18/1999 Rushing Attempts: 61, Georgia Southern, 12/18/1999 Passing Yards: 514, Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 Completions: 52, Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 Passing Attempts: 82, Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 Total Offensive Yards: 656, Georgia Southern, 12/18/1999 Time of Possession: 34:43, Northern Iowa, 11/28/1987

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TOP PLAYOFF PERFORMANCES Longest Scoring coring Plays

Longest Pass Receptions

1. Randy Smith fumble return vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 ___________95 2. Leon Jones interception return vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 ________94 3. Elliott Giles pass from Jeff Ryan vs. Montana, 11/27/1999 _________82 4. Mike Stanec fumble return at Eastern Washington, 12/13/1997 _____73 5. Dave Roberts punt return at Northern Iowa, 12/12/1992 ___________71 6. Trent Boykin pass from Mark Brungard vs. UCF, 11/27/1993 ________67 7. David Burch interception return vs. UCF, 11/27/1993 ______________57 8. Shawn Patton run vs. Boise State 12/17/1994 ____________________55 9. Darnell Clark run vs. Marshall, 12/18/1993 _______________________50 10. Elliott Giles pass from Jeff Ryan vs. Florida A&M, 12/11/1999 ______46

1. Elliott Giles at Montana, 11/27/1999 ____________________________82 2. Don Zwisler vs. Boise State, 12/17/1994 ________________________68 3. Trent Boykin vs. Central Florida, 11/27/1993 _____________________67 4. Herb Williams vs. Villanova, 11/28/1992 _________________________59 5. Sean Guerriero at Richmond, 11/25/2000________________________58 6. Lorenzo Davis vs. Furman, 12/2/1989 ___________________________56 7. Trent Boykin vs. Marshall, 12/21/1991 __________________________56 8. Trent Boykin vs. Montana, 12/10/1994 __________________________52 9. Shawn Patton vs. Eastern Kentucky, 12/3/1994 ___________________46 10. Elliott Giles vs. Florida A&M, 12/11/1999 _______________________46

Longest Field Goal

Longest Rushes

1. Jeff Wilkins vs. Northern Iowa, 12/12/1992 ______________________54 2. Jeff Wilkins vs. Nevada, 12/7/1991 _____________________________49 3. Robert Fozkos vs. Furman, 12/2/1989 __________________________43 4. Mark Griffith vs. Florida A&M, 12/11/1999 _______________________42 5. Robert Fozkos vs. Furman, 12/2/1989 __________________________41 5. Jeff Wilkins vs. Central Florida, 11/24/1990 ______________________41 5. Mark Griffith vs. Eastern Washington, 12/13/1997 _________________41 8. Mark Griffith vs. Montana, 11/27/1999 __________________________40 8. Brian Palmer vs. James Madison, 11/25/2006 ____________________40 10. Jeff Wilkins vs. Marshall, 12/21/1991 __________________________37

1. Adrian Brown at Eastern Washington, 12/13/1997 _________________70 2. Shawn Patton vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 ______________________66 3. Shawn Patton vs. Boise State, 12/17/1994 ______________________55 4. Darnell Clark vs. Marshall, 12/18/1993 __________________________50 5. Tamron Smith vs. Samford, 12/14/1991 _________________________46 6. Archie Herring vs. Eastern Kentucky, 11/25/1989 _________________42 7. Mark Brungard vs. Boise State, 12/17/1994______________________38 8. Adrian Brown vs. Georgia Southern, 12/18/1999 __________________36 8. Tamron Smith vs. Nevada, 12/7/1991 ___________________________36

Interception Returns for Touchdowns Rushing Yards 1. Tamron Smith vs. Samford, 12/14/1991 ________________________246 2. Adrian Brown vs. Florida A&M, 12/11/1999 _____________________188 3. Adrian Brown vs. Eastern Washington, 12/13/1997 _______________187 4. Tamron Smith vs. The Citadel, 12/5/1992 _______________________171 5. Adrian Brown vs. Georgia Southern, 12/18/1999 _________________160 6. Shawn Patton vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 _____________________158 7. Shawn Patton vs. Montana, 12/10/1994 ________________________142 8. Shawn Patton vs. Boise State, 12/17/1994 _____________________140 9. Marcus Mason vs. Illinois State, 12/2/2006 _____________________138 10. Tamron Smith vs. Nevada, 12/7/1991 _________________________137

Passing Yards

1. Leon Jones vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 ________________________94 2. David Burch vs. Central Florida, 11/27/1993 _____________________57

Interception Return for TD Against 1. Jason Hill, Richmond, 11/25/2000 ______________________________44

Punt Return for TD 1. Dave Roberts vs. Northern Iowa, 12/12/1992 ____________________71

Punt Returns for TD Against 1. Maurice Perigo, Eastern Washington, 12/13/1997 _________________83 2. Antonio Williams, Georgia Southern, 12/18/1999 __________________72

1. Tom Zetts vs. James Madison, 11/25/2006 _____________________314 2. Jeff Ryan vs. Montana, 11/27/1999 ____________________________281 3. Nick Cochran vs. Marshall, 12/19/1992 ________________________256 4. Jeff Ryan vs. North Carolina A&T, 12/4/1999 ____________________245 5. Mark Brungard vs. Eastern Kentucky, 12/3/1994 ________________242 6. Trenton Lykes vs. Northern Iowa, 11/28/1987 ___________________230 7. Ray Isaac vs. Furman, 12/2/1989 _____________________________225 8. Ray Isaac vs. Central Florida, 11/24/1990 ______________________210 9. Ray Isaac vs. Marshall, 12/21/1991____________________________198 10. Mark Brungard vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 ___________________198

Fumble Returns for TD

Receiving Yards (Receptions)

Blocked Punt Returned for TD Against

1. Elliott Giles vs. Montana (6), 11/27/1999 _______________________214 2. T.J. Peterson vs. James Madison (11), 11/25.2006 _______________144 3. Herb Williams vs. Marshall (5), 12/19/1992 _____________________104 4. Herb Williams vs. Villanova (5), 11/28/1992 _____________________103 5. Lorenzo Davis vs. Furman (4), 12/2/1989 _______________________100 6. Lorenzo Davis vs. Northern Iowa (7), 11/28/1987 _________________97 7. Elliott Giles vs. North Carolina A&T (4), 12/4/1999 _________________97 8. Don Zwisler vs. Boise State (3), 12/17/1994 _____________________91 9. Renauld Ray vs. Georgia Southern (4), 12/18/1999 ________________90 10. Andre Ballinger vs. Marshall (4), 12/21/1991 ____________________89

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1. Randy Smith vs. Alcorn State, 11/25/1994 _______________________95 2. Mike Stanec vs. Eastern Washington, 12/13/1997 _________________73 3. Leon Jones vs. Idaho, 12/11/1993 _____________________________42 4. Jauron Dailey vs. Villanova, 12/6/1997 ___________________________ 9 5. Chris Vecchione vs. Samford, 12/14/1991 ________________________ 6 6. Andre Mason vs. Georgia Southern, 12/4/1993 ____________________ 0

Blocked Punt Return for TD 1. Willis Marshall vs. Villanova, 12/6/1997 __________________________10

1. Brad Stephens, Furman, 12/2/1989_____________________________27

Kickoff Returned for TD Against 1. Scott McGee, James Madison, 11/25/2006 .......................................99

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CAREER PLAYOFF RECORDS Points Scored red 1. Tamron Smith (1990 (1990-93) 93) 2. Jeff Wilkins (1990-93) 3. Adrian Brown (1996-99) 3. Mark Griffith (1996-99) 5. Darnell Clark (1990-93)

90 86 56 56 42

Touchdowns 1. Tamron Smith (1990-93) 2. Adrian Brown (1996-99) 3. Darnell Clark (1990-93) 4. Shawn Patton (1991, 1994) 4. Don Zwisler (1991-94)

16 9 7 6 6

Field Goals 1. Jeff Wilkins (1990-93) 2. Mark Griffith (1996-99) 3. Brian Palmer (2005-08) 3. Robert Fozkos (1988-89)

16 11 3 3

Extra Points Made 1. Jeff Wilkins (1990-93) 2. Mark Griffith (1996-99) 3. Paul Massaro (1994-95) 4. Brian Palmer (2005-08) 5. Robert Fozkos (1998-99)

39 23 18 10 6

Receptions 1. Trent Boykin (1991-94) 1. Don Zwisler (1991-94) 3. Herb Williams (1989-92) 4. T.J. Peterson (2006) 5. Renauld Ray (1996-99)

26 26 25 20 19

Games With a Reception 1. Trent Boykin (1991-94) 1. Don Zwisler (1991-94) 3. Renauld Ray (1996-99) 3. Herb Williams (1989-92) 5. Darnell Bracy (1993-95) 5. Ron Strollo (1988-91)

11 11 7 7 5 5

Receiving Yards 1. Don Zwisler (1991-94) 2. Herb Williams (1989-92) 3. Trent Boykin (1991-94) 4. Elliott Giles (1998-99) 5. Renauld Ray (1996-99)

488 476 442 403 339

Rushing Yards 1. Tamron Smith (1990-93) 2. Adrian Brown (1996-99) 3. Darnell Clark (1990-93) 4. Shawn Patton (1990, 1994) 5. Marcus Mason (2006)

Rushing Attempts 1 93) 1. Tamron Smith (1990 (1990-93) 2. Adrian Brown (1996-99) 3. Darnell Clark (1990-93) 4. Shawn Patton (1990, 1994) 5. Ray Isaac (1988-91)

304 150 121 103 96

Rushing Touchdowns 1. Tamron Smith (1990-93) 2. Adrian Brown (1996-99) 3. Darnell Clark (1990-93) 4. Marcus Mason (2006) 4. Mark Brungard (1992-95) 4. Shawn Patton (1991, 1994) 4. Ray Isaac (1988-91)

15 8 7 4 4 4 4

Passing Yards 1. Mark Brungard (1992-95) 2. Jeff Ryan (1998-2001) 3. Ray Isaac (1988-91) 4. Nick Cochran (1990-92) 5. Tom Zetts (2006)

1,147 904 903 663 610

Passing Attempts 1. Mark Brungard (1992-95) 2. Ray Isaac (1988-91) 3. Tom Zetts (2006) 4. Nick Cochran (1990-92) 5. Jeff Ryan (1998-2001)

134 100 88 87 81

Pass Completions 1. Mark Brungard (1992-95) 2. Ray Isaac (1988-91) 3. Jeff Ryan (1998-2001) 4. Tom Zetts (2006) 5. Nick Cochran (1990-92)

78 59 50 48 46

Touchdown Passes 1. Mark Brungard (1992-95) 2. Jeff Ryan (1998-2001) 3. Tom Zetts (2006) 4. Demond Tidwell (1994-97) 4. Ray Isaac (1988-1991)

13 6 4 3 3

Interceptions 1. Randy Smith (1991-94) 1. Leon Jones (1991-94) 3. Lester Weaver (1991-94) 3. Dave Roberts (1988-91)

6 6 3 3

1,345 787 545 543 351

PK Mark Griffith made 23 extra points and 11 field goals during his postseason career.

WR Don Zwisler holds the school record for career postseason receiving yards with 488.

Attendance

Games Decided By...

Largest Home Crowd: 17,846 vs. Florida A&M, 12/11/1999 Smallest Home Crowd: 7,408 vs. Central Florida, 11/27/1993 Largest Away Crowd: 31,304 at Marshall, 12/19/1992 Smallest Away Crowd: 3,887 at Northern Iowa, 11/28/1987

Three-or-fewer points Seven-or-fewer points 10-plus points

7-3 11-4 13-3

Margin of Victory Margin of Defeat

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DIVISION II PLAYOFF HISTORY Playoff Game Summaries YSU 52, Alabama A&M 0 Semifinals • Dec. 1, 1979 | Youngstown • Falcon Stadium The Penguins amassed 481 yards of total offense and held Alabama A&M to just 68 yards in a 52-0 win in the semifinals. Quarterback Keith Snoddy completed 15 of 25 passes for 180 yards and a school-record-tying four touchdowns, while Jim Ferranti caught three of those touchdown passes. YSU 50, South Dakota State 7 Quarterfinals • Nov. 24, 1979 | Youngstown • Falcon Stadium The defense forced seven turnovers and held South Dakota State to zero yards rushing in a 50-7 win in the playoff quarterfinals. YSU intercepted four passes and forced three fumbles. Offensively, the Penguins racked up 474 yards of total offense. Robby Robson tied a record with four rushing touchdowns in the game and finished with 138 yards on 28 carries. YSU led 22-0 at halftime before SDSU scored to get within 22-7, but the Penguins scored the final 28 points of the game.

Eastern Illinois 26, YSU 22 Semifinals • Dec. 2, 1978 | Charleston, Ill. • O’Brien Stadium Poke Cobb scored from three yards out with four minutes left, and Eastern Illinois held on to a 26-22 decision in the quarterfinals despite a 122-yard rushing effort by Marschell Brumfield. YSU took a 22-14 lead into the fourth quarter, but the Panthers scored the final 12 points to overcome the eight-point deficit and eliminate the Penguins. YSU had defeated EIU during the regular season.

YSU 21, Nebraska-Omaha 14 Quarterfinals • Nov. 25, 1978 | Youngstown • Falcon Stadium Replacement quarterback Bill Fink found Jim Ferranti with a 32-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter as the Penguins held on to defeat Nebraska-Omaha, 21-14, in the quarterfinals of the playoffs. YSU led 14-7 at halftime before UNO tied the contest. The victory was the first postseason triumph in school history.

Delaware 35, YSU 14 First Round • Nov. 30, 1974 | Newark, Del. • Delaware Stadium The Penguins lost 35-14 to Delaware in their first playoff appearance in school history. The Blue Hens scored 21 second-half points to break open a 14-14 game. John Kinch ran for 80 yards and a touchdown, while quarterback Cliff Stoudt threw for 165 yards completing 17-of-36 passes.

1979 National Championship Game Delaware 38, Youngstown State 21 Dec. 8, 1979 • Albuquerque, N.M. (ABC) University Stadium | Att: 4,000 Score by Quarters 1 Youngstown State 0 Delaware 0

2 3 21 0 21 7

In a rematch of a thrilling regularseason contest, Delaware again came from behind to beat the Penguins as the Blue Hens broke open a 21-21 game with 17 second-half points en route to a 38-21 win to capture the Division II National Championship on Dec. 8, 1979. Junior tailback Robby Robson continued his spectacular performances of the 1979 campaign as he gained 127 yards and scored the first touchdown of the game in the first quarter. The Penguins built a 21-7 lead as Dwight Dumas scored from two yards out and Keith Snoddy added a nine-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. The Blue Hens scored 14 points to close out the half and draw even at the break following Vince Hyland’s interception return with just 18 seconds left. Delaware scored all 17 second-half points and overall had the final 31 of the game at University Stadium.

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Team Statistics YSU UD First Downs 23 16 Rushes 58 45 Yards 166 152 Passes 10-30 13-27 Yards 153 325 Total Plays 88 72 Total Yards 319 477 Avg. Play 3.6 6.6 Fumbles 6 4 Lost 3 3 Penalties 5 9 Yards 45 84 Punts 6-264 6-202 Avg. 44.0 33.7 Punt Returns 3-6 0-0 Avg. 2.0 0.0 KO Returns 3-59 1-15 Avg. 19.7 15.0 INTs 0 2 Return Yds 0 85 TOP 34:36 25:24 3rd Down 7-19 4-11 4th Down 3-4 1-2 Sacks By 2-16 5-42

Scoring Summary 2nd Quarter YSU 10:13 • Robby Robson 6-yard run (Orosz kick) UD 8:36 • Jay Hooks 70-yard pass from Scott Brunner (Brandt Kennedy kick) YSU 6:10 • Dwight Dumas 2-yard run (Orosz kick) YSU 4:44 • Keith Snoddy 9-yard run (Orosz kick) UD 1:47 • Phil Nelson 5-yard pass from Brunner (Kennedy kick) UD 0:18 • Vince Hyland 61-yard interception return (Kennedy kick) 3rd Quarter UD 5:03 • Hooks 75-yard pass from Brunner (Kennedy kick) 4th Quarter UD 9:59 • Kennedy 47-yard field goal UD 6:33 • Gino Olivieri 34-yard run (Kennedy kick)

Individual Statistics RUSHING: Delaware • Gino Olivieri 12-66; Lou Mariani 12-47; Kevin Dennis 11-39; Hugh Dougherty 3-8; Pete Gudzak 2-8; Ed Wood 1-5; Scott Brunner 4-(-21). Youngstown State • Robby Robson 27-127; Keith Snoddy 20-22; Jeff Johnston 4-11; Dwight Dumas 3-8; Bill Fink 3-0; Tom Meola 1-(-2). PASSING: Delaware • Scott Brunner 12-25-296; Mike Schonewolf 1-1-29; Rick Scully 1-0-0. Youngstown State • Keith Snoddy 8-23-129; Bill Fink 2-7-24. RECEIVING: Delaware • Jay Hooks 4-182; Jaime Young 4-64; Hugh Dougherty 2-45; Lou Mariani 1-21; Bob Wood 1-8; Phil Nelson 1-5. Youngstown State • Randy Beal 4-82; Jim Ferranti 3-58; Dwight Dumas 2-9; Tom Meola 1-4. INTERCEPTIONS: Delaware • Vince Hyland 1-61; Bob Woods 1-24. Youngstown State • None. The Penguins reached the finals in 1979 and semifnals in 1978.

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CHAMPIONSHIP GAME FINALISTS 1999 National Championship Game Georgia Southern 59, Youngstown State 24 Dec. 18, 1999 • Chattanooga, Tenn. (ESPN) Finley Stadium | Att: 20,052 Score by Quarters 1 2 3 Georgia Southern 10 28 7 Youngstown State 7 7 3

4 14 7

Georgia Southern used a 28-point second quarter to earn a 59-24 win over YSU in the 1999 National Championship Game in Chattanooga, Tenn. The Penguins jumped out to a 14-10 second-quarter lead after a three-yard scoring run by quarterback Jeff Ryan. Tailback Adrian Brown had given the Penguins a 7-3 lead in the first on a two-yard scoring rush. After Ryan’s score, YSU watched the Eagles score 28 unanswered points, including a 72-yard punt return for a touchdown that put GSU up 38-14 at halftime. The Eagles racked up 639 yards rushing and 656 yards of total offense. The Penguins cut the deficit to 21 points on a 30-yard field goal by Mark Griffith late in the third quarter before GSU scored the next 21 points. Brown capped the scoring for the Guins with a one-yard plunge late in the fourth quarter.

The 1999 National Finalists

Final 59 24 Team Statistics GSU YSU First Downs 25 18 Rushes 61 44 Yards 639 163 Passes 1-5 11-20 Yards 17 175 Total Plays 66 64 Total Yards 656 338 Avg. Play 9.9 5.3 Fumbles 1 1 Lost 0 0 Penalties 9 3 Yards 82 11 Punts 1-25 7-251 Avg. 25.0 35.9 Punt Returns 6-98 0-0 Avg. 12.3 0.0 KO Returns 5-11110-225 Avg. 22.2 22.5 INTs 1 0 Return Yds 21 0 TOP 28:06 31:54 3rd Down 5-11 1-11 4th Down 2-4 1-1 Sacks By 6-45 0-0

Scoring Summary 1st Quarter GSU 10:20 • Chris Chambers 25-yard field goal YSU 4:51 • Adrian Brown 2-yard run (Mark Griffith kick) GSU 2:51 • Greg Hill 42-yard run (Chambers kick) 2nd Quarter YSU 14:34 • Jeff Ryan 3-yard run (Griffith kick) GSU 10:25 • Adrian Peterson 3-yard run (Chambers kick) GSU 9:05 • B. Cunningham 57-yard run (Chambers kick) GSU 5:27 • Peterson 22-yard run (Chambers kick) GSU 2:09 • Ant Williams 72-yard punt return (Chambers kick) 3rd Quarter YSU 4:47 • Griffith 30-yard field goal GSU 3:05 • Peterson 1-yard run (Chambers kick) 4th Quarter GSU 9:57 • Mark Myers 5-yard run (Chambers kick) GSU 7:13 • J.R. Revere 66-yard run (Chambers kick) YSU 3:48 • Brown 1-yard run (Griffith kick)

Individual Statistics RUSHING: Georgia Southern • Adrian Peterson 27-254; B. Cunningham 4-129; Greg Hill 14-105; J.R. Revere 3-80; Cherard Freeman 2-42; Mike Stewart 4-16; Edmund Coley 2-13; Mark Myers 3-7; Team 2-(-7). Youngstown State • Adrian Brown 22-160; Ime Akpan 4-9; Jerry Johnson 2-4; Jared Zwick 2-4; Jeff Ryan 15-(-9). PASSING: Georgia Southern • Greg Hill 1-5-17. Youngstown State • Jeff Ryan 10-19-172; Steve Valley 1-1-3. RECEIVING: Georgia Southern • Dedric Parham 1-17. Youngstown State • Renauld Ray 4-90; Elliott Giles 2-46; Denver Williams 2-14; Casey Bogerd 1-17; Adrian Brown 1-7; Jared Zwick 1-1. INTERCEPTIONS: Georgia Southern • Arkee Thompson 1-21. Youngstown State • None.

The 1999 campaign featured 10 games decided by a touchdown or less, including two three-point wins in the postseason.

The 1999 season was one of the most electrifying, heartpounding campaigns in the storied history of the program. Marked by dramatic, fourth-quarter comebacks, gut-wrenching losses and 10 games decided by seven points or less, the Penguins gave their fans joyous and tearful memories on the way to their sixth championship game appearance in nine seasons. YSU advanced to the title game after an improbable, fourthquarter rally in the semifinals at Stambaugh Stadium. Trailing Florida A&M, 24-13, with 11:35 remaining, quarterback Jeff Ryan connected on a 46-yard scoring strike to Elliot Giles and hit Damien Matthews from 10-yards out with 44 seconds remaining for a thrilling 27-24 victory. Both scores came after FAMU threatened to put the game away early in the fourth quarter. After defeating the Rattlers, the Penguins’ pursuit of their fifth national title was halted by Georgia Southern, 59-24, to finish the year with a 12-3 record and second national finalist trophy. The march to Chattanooga, Tenn., began with a first-round 30-27 upset of Montana. Ryan’s 18-yard touchdown scamper in the fourth quarter was the game’s deciding score. The Grizzlies missed a field goal on the final play, which would have forced overtime. Returning to Stambaugh Stadium for the second round, the Penguins iced North Carolina A&T, 41-3, advancing to the semifinals. The regular season was just as exhilarating. Five of the six conference games were decided by six points. After opening the year 1-1, the next 10 games were played within nine points. Those contests included a 13-7 win over Indiana (Pa.); overcoming a 21-0 second-quarter deficit to nip Western Illinois 28-24 on the strength of an improbable goal-line stand in the final minute; rallying in the fourth quarter to win at Indiana State and beating Southern Illinois in overtime after the Salukis tied the game on a touchdown and two-point conversion on the final play of regulation. A defensive struggle occurred in a 10-7 win over Cal Poly; a 10-point fourth quarter at UNI turned a 20-19 deficit into a 2920 win at the UNI Dome; a deflating 31-28 loss to Illinois State in which the Guins scored the final 14 points, but still came up short and lost their chance at the Gateway Conference title; the final two regular-season wins featured a hard-fought 17-14 victory over Missouri State and a 28-21 road victory at Villanova, but only after trailing 21-7 at halftime.

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CHAMPIONSHIP GAME FINALISTS 1992 National ational Championship Game Marshall 31, Youngstown State 28 Dec. 19, 1992 • Huntington, W. Va. (CBS) Marshall Stadium | Att: 31,304 Score by Quarters 1 Youngstown State 0 Marshall 0

2 3 4 0 14 14 14 14 3

Marshall placekicker Will Merrick booted a 22-yard field goal with seven seconds remaining to lift Marshall to a 31-28 win over Youngstown State in the National Championship game on Dec. 19, 1992, at Huntington, W. Va. The Penguins battled back from a 28-0 third-quarter deficit to knot the game at 28-28. Trailing 28-0 in the third, Nick Cochran completed a 30-yard touchdown pass to get Youngstown State on the scoreboard. Tailback Tamron Smith scored on runs of four, one and 10 yards to tie the game at 28 with 3:28 remaining. Smith ended up with 82 yards rushing on 20 carries during the game. The Herd responded following Smith’s touchdown with a 14-play, 76-yard drive that resulted in Merrick’s short game-winning field goal. On the drive, MU converted two third-down attempts.

Final 28 31 Team Statistics MU YSU First Downs 26 17 Rushes 42 34 Yards 185 116 Passes 25-40 18-31 Yards 270 256 Total Plays 82 65 Total Yards 455 372 Avg. Play 5.6 5.7 Fumbles 0 1 Lost 0 1 Penalties 7 3 Yards 40 20 Punts 5-199 6-250 Avg. 39.8 41.6 Punt Returns 2-0 2-33 Avg. 0.0 16.5 KO Returns 4-65 3-72 Avg. 16.3 24.0 INTs 2 1 Return Yds 70 2 TOP 32:03 27:57 3rd Down 6-15 4-14 4th Down 1-2 1-3 Sacks By 2-13 2-12

Scoring Summary 2nd Quarter MU 5:01 • Mike Bartrum 6-yard pass from Michael Payton (Willy Merrick kick) MU 3:30 • Orlando Hatchett 5-yard run (Merrick kick) 3rd Quarter MU 10:13 • Glenn Pedro 1-yard run (Merrick kick) MU 5:46 • Hatchett 22-yard pass from Payton (Merrick kick) YSU 3:41 • Herb Williams 30-yard pass from Nick Cochran (Jeff Wilkins kick) YSU 0:16 • Tamron Smith 4-yard run (Wilkins kick) 4th Quarter YSU 12:04 • Smith 1-yard run (Wilkins kick) YSU 3:28 • Smith 10-yard run (Wilkins kick) MU 0:07 • Merrick 22-yard field goal

Individual Statistics RUSHING: Marshall • Orlando Hatchett 15-112; Glenn Pedro 15-53; Michael Payton 12-20. Youngstown State • Tamron Smith 20-82; Ryan Wood 3-15; Jeff Wilkins 1-13; Nick Cochran 6-3; Darnell Clark 4-3. PASSING: Marshall • Michael Payton 25-39-270; Travis Colquitt 1-0-0. Youngstown State • Nick Cochran 18-31-256. RECEIVING: Marshall • Troy Brown 10-115; Will Brown 5-62; Orlando Hatchett 4-41; Rickie Carter 2-28; Mike Bartrum 2-16; Glenn Pedro 2-8. Youngstown State • Herb Williams 5-104; Don Zwisler 5-47; Tamron Smith 1-42; Trent Boykin 3-36; John Quintana 1-14; Ryan Wood 2-8; Darnell Clark 1-5. INTERCEPTIONS: Marshall • George Thomas 1-52; Troy Brown 1-18. Youngstown State • Malcolm Everette 1-2.

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The quest to defend the 1991 championship came up just three points short in a 31-28 loss at Marshall in the title game.

No longer was Youngstown State flying under the radar after capturing the 1991 national title. In 1992, the Penguins wore the target at which every team was aiming. After an 8-2-1 regular-season record and three decisive wins in the playoffs, Youngstown State reached its second consecutive National Championship Game against a familiar foe for the 1992 crown. It was billed as “The Rematch,” and it lived up to the hype. The 1992 NCAA Division I-AA National Championship Game between defending champion Youngstown State and Marshall ranged from despair to exhilaration to finally disbelief for Penguins’ fans as the Thundering Herd avenged their 1991 loss to YSU with a last-second field goal to claim a 31-28 title-winning triumph. The Penguins, who had won seven straight playoff games entering the title game, had their bid to repeat as national champions denied, and they posted an 11-3-1 overall record, for their third consecutive 10-win season. Falling behind 28-0 with 5:46 left in the third quarter, Youngstown found itself in a precarious dilemma. However, in dramatic fashion, the Guins scored two third-quarter touchdowns to cut the lead in half. Senior Nick Cochran connected with Herb Williams on a 30-yard scoring strike for YSU’s first touchdown, and Tamron Smith rambled into the end zone from four yards out. The Penguins’ defense forced a three-and-out, and Cochran’s 34-yard pass to Williams set up Smith’s second rushing touchdown from one yard three plays later to cut the deficit to 28-21 with 12 minutes remaining. Cochran then led the Penguins on a 10-play, 89-yard game-tying scoring drive capped by Smith’s 10-yard touchdown dash – his third rushing touchdown of the game. Marshall answered with a final drive of 81 yards in 14 plays as Willie Merrick’s 22-yard field goal with seven seconds remaining lifted the Thundering Herd to the national title. The Penguins reached the championship game by defeating Northern Iowa, 19-7, in the semifinals, The Citadel, 42-17, in the quarterfinals and Villanova, 23-20, in the first round. YSU’s two regular-season losses were by a combined eight points while the tie came versus Akron. The Guins won their regular-season finale and three playoff games before falling at Marshall.

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Since 1995 the NCAA has allowed transfers to a lower division without sitting out a season. Here is a list of Penguins who have taken advantage of that rule to play for YSU. Player Travis Williams Devont’a Davis Adam Charles Juilian Harrell Grant Mayes Marc Stevens Najee Tyler Andrew Radakovich Eric Rodemoyer James Cravens Sir Demarco Bledsoe Brandon Summers Dana Brown De’Angelo Wilson Brian Mellott Nhemie Theodore Louis Irizarry Miles Williams Mike Schnedier Greg Jacobs Maurice Smith Bobby Lykes-Knight Tyler Griffin Marcus Mason Vince Gliatta Antaun Rose Monquantae Gibson Regis Edgerson Jameson Evans Jason Eisele Steve Reynolds Ron John-Finn Luis Gonzalez Keland Logan Jacob Koch Tim Frost Pat Reece Lou Angelo P.J. Mays Eric Lockhart Demetrius Rich Kosta Karapetsas Andy DeNiro Steve Rovnak Demetrius Harris Frank Rutherford Denver Williams Larry Tyger Khary Williams Nolan Moore

Pos. LB CB QB WR CB OL QB OT OL RB SS QB TB CB/PR DL/OL DL/OL TE WR QB DT DE DT DB TB QB/SS FS TB FB WR DT CB DT QB DL/FB LB DT CB QB TB TB CB P OL OL RB OL WR DB DB RB

Years 2011 2011 2011 2010-Present 2010 2010 2010 2009-Present 2008-10 2009 2009 2008-09 2008-09 2007-08 2006-09 2006-08 2006-07 2006 2006 2005-07 2005-07 2005-06, 2008 2005-06 2005-06 2004-07 2004-06 2004-06 2004-06 2004-05 2004 2003-04 2003-04 2002-03 2002-03 2002 2002 2001-02 2001 2000-02 2000 2000 1999-2002 1999-2002 1998-2000 1997-99 1997-99 1997-2000 1996 1995-96 1995

Previous Miami (Fla.) Miami (Fla.) Akron Miami (Ohio) Syracuse Bowling Green Purdue Penn State West Virginia Ball State TCU Toledo Iowa Nevada Ohio Minnesota Ohio State Michigan State Duke Vanderbilt Michigan State Bowling Green Eastern Michigan Illinois Penn State West Virginia Kentucky South Carolina Purdue Purdue Cincinnati South Carolina Cincinnati Ohio Kentucky West Virginia Akron Temple Cincinnati Louisville Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Army Bowling Green Pittsbugh Temple Kentucky Syracuse Hawaii Central Michigan

Hometown Norfolk, Va. Gainesville, Fla. Girard, Ohio Harrisburg, Pa. Roselle, N.J. Madison, Ohio Brooklyn, N.Y. Steubenville, Ohio Sharon, Pa. Centerville, Ohio Piedmont, Okla. Detroit, Mich. Clairton, Pa. Sacramento, Calif. Austintown, Ohio Irvington, N.J. Campbell, Ohio Warren, Ohio Sharon, Pa. Midlothian, Va. Warren, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Potomac, Md. Canton, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Louisville, Ky. Garfield Heights, Ohio Shaker Heights, Ohio Avon Lake, Ohio Akron, Ohio Apopka, Fla. Miami, Fla. Youngstown, Ohio Lexington, Ky. Youngstown, Ohio Marion, Ohio Leetonia, Ohio Youngstown, Ohio Stoneham, Mass. Pulaski, Pa. Warren, Ohio Youngstown, Ohio Boardman, Ohio Brunswick, Ohio Brownsville, Pa. Cadiz, Ohio Buffalo, N.Y. Los Angeles, Calif. Grand Rapids, Mich.

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Junior College players from the state of California have been a key part of the Youngstown State football program since the late 1980’s. Here is a list YSU’s all-time California Junior College players. Player Jeremy Edwards David Brown Luis Quinones Daniel Stewart Deionte Williams Draye Ersery Crispin Fernandez Kevin Smith Everett Barney Myles Banford Rashod Cotton Ray Taumalolo Matt Porter Coby Hayslett Sherod Holmes Will Sanders Scott Thiessen Ryan Smith Eugene Mintze Antulio Aroche Dave Hong Bryan Hawthorne Montrial Thomas Corey Ransom Ian Dominelli Jake Anderson Jeff Fackrell Troy Tuck David Eastham Andre Mason Mike Simonsic Kirk Steenburgen Earl Jones

Pos. SS PK DE DE FS LB DT TB CB DE LB DT DT DT CB OL SS OL WR SS OL DE DT RB LB DB OL LB WR DB C C WR

Years 2011 2011 2011 2010 2010 2008-09 2008-09 2007, 2009 2007 2006-07 2006-07 2005 2003-04 2003 2002-03 2002-03 2002-03 2000-01 2000-01 2000-01 2000 1999-2000 1999-2000 1999 1998-99 1997 1996-97 1996-97 1996 1992-93 1990 1988 1987-88

CB Sherod Holmes was an MVFC all-newcomer selection in 2002.

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College Compton Ventua West LA College El Camino West Hills College of the Desert Bakersfield Grossmont CC of San Francisco Santa Ana Chabot Sequoias American River Pasedena City Butte West Hills Modesto Fullerton West Hills Santa Monica Fullerton Chaffey West Hills Grossmont Saddleback Saddleback Saddleback Los Angeles Valley Los Angeles Valley Fresno City Taft Fullerton Saddleback

Hometown Los Angeles, Calif. Ojai, Calif. Los Angeles, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. Miami, Fla. Colorado Springs, Calif. Porterville, Calif. San Diego, Calif. St. Petersburg, Fla. Anaheim, Calif. Hayward, Calif. Honolulu, Hawaii Yuba City, Calif. Memphis, Tenn. Stockton, Calif. Weaver, Ala. Modesto, Calif. Cypress, Calif. Miami, Fla. Los Angeles, Calif. Anaheim, Calif. Pasadena, Calif. Miami, Fla. El Cajon, Calif. Santa Barbara, Calif. Mission Viejo, Calif. Lake Forest, Calif. Cincinnati, Ohio Canyon Country, Calif. Youngstown, Ohio Los Alamos, N.M. Whitter, Calif. Santa Ana, Calif.

TB Kevin Smith was YSU’s leading rusher in 2007 and 2009.

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Player Mark Raines Justin Reams Jarvis Richards Darrell Roberts Mike Roberts Reggie Scurry Kawonza Swan Jerome Swinton Josh Tanner Deonta Tate David Thomas Montrial Thomas Robert L. Thompson Ian Trowers William Walker Lester Weaver Deionte Williams Dyrell Williams Larry Williams Damian Wright Jeremiah Wright

Years 1985-88 1989-90 2002-05 1994 2007-08 2010-Present 2009-Present 2003-04 2010 1996-98 2000-02 2010-Present 1991-94 1996-97 1995-97 2011 1986-89 2007-Present 1990-92 1997 1984-87 2005 2004-05 1998-99 2002-03 2010-Present 1998-2001 1985-88 2003-07 1986 1984-87 1997-2001 1992-95 2005 1992-95 1998-2001 2011 2000-04 1981-84 2007-Present 1991-94 1984-87 1992 2008-09 1998-99 1999-2002 2000-02 2002-06 1995-96 1994-97 2002-06 2003 1985-88

Hometown Miami Tallahassee Oldsmar Coral Springs St. Petersburg Dunedin Miami Cooper City Largo Lauderhill Fort Lauderdale Dunedin Miami Miami Miami Gainesville Fort Lauderdale Naples Lakeland Miami Hollywood DeLand Hollywood Miami Miami Tampa Miami Fort Lauderdale Palm Harbor Miami Miami Belle Glade Miami Lakeland Miami Hollywood Pinellas Park Lake Wales Clearmont Lutz Miami Miami N. Miami Beach Clearwater Fort Lauderdale Miami Miami Palm Harbor Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale St. Augustine Miami

High School American East Lake St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Dunedin Killian Cooper City Largo Nova Douglas Dunedin Jackson Norland American Gainesville Dillard Lely Kathleen American Hollywood Hills DeLand Hollywood Christian Killian Coral Park Catholic American Dillard Keswick Christian South Broward American Glades Central American Lakeland Norland Hollywood Hills Countryside Lake Wales Clearmont Freedom Jackson American N. Miami Beach Clearwater Dillard Carol City West Hills East Lake St. Thomas Aquinas St. Thomas Aquinas St. Thomas Aquinas St. Augustine Killian

ATTEND YSU SINCE 1980 Years 1986 2002-06 2005-08 1987-88 2000-04 1993; 1995-97 1996-99 2009 2004-07 2008-Present 1986 1999-2000 1981-85 1985-89 1992; 1995-96 1990-94 2010-Present 1986 1999-2002 2001-05 2003-07

Hometown Miami Miami Daytona Beach Miami Plant City Jupiter Miami Daytona Beach Orlando Palmetto Fort Lauderdale Miami Hollywood Miami Miami Tampa Miami Tampa Miami Plantation Orlando

High School American Coral Reef Seabreeze Killian Plant City Jupiter Killian Seabreeze Edgewater Palmetto Northeast Northwestern Cooper City American Central Hillsborough Northwestern Tampa American South Plantation Edgewater

LB Jeremiah Wright led the Penguins in tackles in 2004 and 2007.

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2007

Offense

Offense

WR

WR

LT LG C RG RT TB QB TE

Dominique Barnes (11), Kevin Watts (8), Ely Ducatel (8), Juilian Harrell (5), Andre Barboza (1) Andrew Radakovich (11) Eric Rodemoyer (11) Justin Rechichar (11) Bobby Coates (7), Chris Elkins (4) D.J. Main (7), Bobby Coates (4) Jamaine Cook (10), Adaris Bellamy (3) Kurt Hess (12) Carson Sharbaugh (6), Kyle Banna (2)

LT LG C RG RT TB FB QB TE

Defense (4-3) SS FS LCB RCB DE DT NT DE WILL SAM MIKE

Will Shaw (8), Donald D’Alesio (1), Nick Gooden (1), Grant Mayes (1) Donald D’Alesio (6), Andre Elliott (4), Deionte Williams (1) Brandian Ross (11) Randy Louis (8), Jamarious Boatwright (3) Obinna Ekweremuba (5), Stephen Meadows (4), Daniel Stewart (1) Torrance Nicholson (11) Andrew Johnson (8), Brad Miller (2), D.J. Moss (1) Luke Matelan (11) Deonta Tate (8), Dom Rich (3) David Rach (11) John Sasson (11)

Defense (4-3)

CB Brandian Ross started every game in 2009 and 2010 and made 10 starts in 2008.

2008 Offense WR

2009 Offense WR FB LT LG C RG RT

TB QB TE

Donald Jones (11), Dominique Barnes (11), Aaron Pitts (2) Kyle Banna (4), Dana Brown (4) Andrew Radakovich (8), Chris Gammon (2), Eric Rodemoyer (1) Eric Rodemoyer (8), Justin Rechichar (2), Andy Kowicki (1) Tyler Figueroa (6), Andy Kowicki (4), Justin Rechichar (1) Brian Mellott (11) Bobby Coates (6), Bill Dugan (2), Andrew Radakovich (1), Greg Sazdanoff (1), Chris Gammon (1) Kevin Smith (9), Dana Brown (2) Brandon Summers (10), Marc Kanetsky (1) Andy Colegrove (7), David Rogers (5)

Defense (4-3) SS FS RCB LCB DE DT NT RE WILL SAM MIKE

Sir Demarco Bledsoe (6), Nick Gooden (4), David Fleming (1) Andre Elliott (11) Brandian Ross (11) Lenny Wicks (9), Randy Louis (1), Bryan Gaiters (1) Mychal Savage (11) Crispin Fernandez (10), Torrance Nicholson (1) Luke Matelan (11) Stephen Meadows (11) Na’eem Outler (10), David Rach (1) Taylor Hill (11) Deonta Tate (4), John Sasson (4), Draye Ersery (3)

FB LT LG C RG RT TB QB TE

Ferlando Williams (7), Dominique Barnes (5), Donald Jones (9), Da’Michael Horne (8) Ben Lane (5), Kyle Banna (1) Tyler Booth (12) Nhemie Theodore (11), Justin Reichichar (1) Brad Samsa (9), Justin Reichichar (3) Eric Rodemoyer (8), Justin Reichichar (1), Brad Samsa (3) Bobby Coates (9), Greg Sazdanoff (1), Eric Rodemoyer (2) Jabari Scott (5), Kamyrn Keys (6), Ferlando Williams (1) Todd Rowan (2), Brandon Summers (8), Paul Corsaro (1), Dailyn Campbell (1) Derrick Bush (10), Ben Lane (1), Brian Mellott (2)

SS Vince Gliatta (11) FS Dorian Chenault (11) RCB De’Angelo Wilson (1), Jarvis Richards (8), Lenny Wicks (2) LCB Lenny Wicks (3), De’Angelo Wilson (8) DE Blake Halverson (5), Luke Matelan (2), Maurice Smith (4) DT Mychal Savage (11) NT Greg Jacobs (1), Torrance Nicholson (9), Jon Penick (1) RE Maurice Smith (1), Myles Banford (10) WILL Jeremiah Wright (10), Nick Merndakis (1) SAM James Terry (10), Nate Ward (1) MIKE Roshon Simmons (9), James Terry (1), Rashod Cotton (1)

2006 Offense WR LT LG C RG RT TB FB QB TE

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Dustin Helle (1), Ferlando Williams (10), Da’Michael Horne (7), Rory Berry (7) Matt Kishman (3), Brad Samsa (8) Josh Tanner (11) Brian Mellott (7), Bobby Coates (4) Brad Samsa (3), Leon Edwards (6), Brian Mellott (2) Nhemie Theodore (11) Jabari Scott (4), Kevin Smith (7) Ben Lane (6) Tom Zetts (11) Derrick Bush (10), Louis Irizarry (2), Bruce Palmer (1)

Nick Gooden (4), Brandian Ross (8), Lenny Wicks (2) Brandian Ross (2), Andre Elliott (10) Jarvis Richards (4), De’Angelo Wilson (8) Lenny Wicks (7), Tyler Griffin (2), Randy Louis (3) Luke Matelan (2), Josh Myers (3), Crispin Fernandez (5) Mychal Savage (1), Torrance Nicholson (2), Bobby Lykes-Knight (5), Chris Gammon (1), Stephen Meadows (1), Roger Gillum (2), Crispin Fernandez (7), Chris Gammon (2), Torrance Nicholson (3) Joel Younkins (5), Nick Mernedakis (2), Jaimie Frasure (2), Josh Myers (2), Stephen Meadows (1) Jordan Edwards (6), John Sasson (1), Deonta Tate (5) Na’eem Outler (10), Nick Gooden (1), Brandian Ross (1) Mike Barlak (6), John Sasson (2), Roshon Simons (4)

Rory Berry (7), Josh Cayson (5), Da’Michael Horne (1), T.J. Peterson (14) Tyler Booth (14) Josh Tanner (13), John Foster (1) Ryan Jewell (14) Brad Samsa (14) Pat Walker (14) Marcus Mason (12), Monquantae Gibson (2) Ben Lane (6), Demetrius Ison (4) Tom Zetts (14) Derrick Bush (7), Louis Irizarry (8), Max King (4)

Defense (3-4) SS FS RCB LCB DE DT NT WILL SAM

Bob Perez (4), Dorian Chenault (11) Chris Goffer (14) Codera Jackson (14) Jason Perry (14) Mychal Savage (13) Greg Jacobs (8), Blake Halverson (6) Jim Phelan (13), Bobby Lykes-Knight (1) Tom Froelich (1), Jeff Koval (13) Marty Hutchinson (8), James Terry (2), Rashod Cotton (4) MIKE Jeremiah Wright (3), Rashod Cotton (4), Roshon Simons (2), Marty Hutchinson (5) BAN James Terry (11), Myles Banford (3)

2005 Offense WR LT LG

Kyle Smith (8), Damian Wright (5), T.J. Peterson (5), Jameson Evans (4) John Bartos III (11) Tony Limongi (11)

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Ryan Jewell (10), Brad Samsa (1) t (5) l B th (4) John FFoster (5), T Tyler Booth (4), Josh Tanner (1), Jamel Lee (1) Jamel Lee (10), Patrick Walker (1) Monquantae Gibson (4), Marcus Mason (7) Regis Edgerson (1), Demetrius Ison (9) Tom Zetts (11) Aaron Marshall (3), Derrick Bush (6), Brian Radakovich (3)

2001 Offense SE C CT

Defense (4-3) SS FS RCB LCB DE DT NT

Bob Perez (1), Aaron Scales (10) Dorian Chenault (9), Ryan Wisecarver (2) Codera Jackson (11) Jason Perry (11) Justin Scholes (11) Ben Suran (6), Greg Jacobs (5) Mychal Savage (7), Jeff Koval (2), Jim Phelan (2) DE Brandon Brown (10), Jose Galloza (1) SAM Marty Hutchinson (11) MIKE Mike Andrews (11) BAN James Terry (11)

2004 Offense WR LT LG C RG RT TB FB QB TE

Kyle Smith (11), Phil Larmon (7), Shawn Carlson (2), Matt Rycraft (4) John Bartos III (11) Tony Limongi (11) Ryan Jewell (10), John Foster (1) Josh Tanner (7), Joe DeBee (1), Norris Kennedy (3) Pat Walker (8), Tyler Booth (4) Josh Cayson (4), Monquantae Gibson (5), Matt Rycraft (1), Regis Edgerson (1) Demetrius Ison (7), Nick Forro (1) Tom Zetts (11) Mike Roberts (9), Aaron Marshall (1), Max King (1)

Defense (4-3) SS FS RCB LCB LE DT NT RE SAM MIKE BAN

Mike Bracken (11) Dorian Chenault (7), Aaron Scales (4) Steve Reynolds (5), Herb Jones (6) Jason Perry (10), Jermaine Cox (1) Justin Scholes (11) Matt Briggs (11) Jamel Lee (1), Nate Baston (10) Justin Martin (9), Brandon Brown (2) Mike Andrews (2), Marty Hutchinson (9) Jeremiah Wright (11) Jeff Koval (7), James Terry (4)

2003 Offense WR C LT LG RG RT TB FB QB

Kyle Smith (9), Damian Wright (7), Shawn Carlson (5), Phil Larmon (3) Ryan Jewell (8), Brent Steiner (4) John Bartos III (12) Will Sanders (8), Norris Kennedy (1), Pat Walker (2), Tony Limongi (1) Matt Brouse (3), Norris Kennedy (6), Will Sanders (2), Joe DeBee (1) Josh Davis (12), Jamel Lee (1) Mike Burns (7), Josh Cayson (3), Josiah Doby (2) Chris DiMauro (8), Demetrius Ison (2), Josiah Doby (1) Aaron Marshall (9), Matt Rycraft (2),

Brandon Byers (11) Justin J ti Dellarose D ll (11) Jon Tekac (11) Russell Stuvaints (11)

CG OG OT TB FB QB FL TE

Eugene Mintze (2), Charles Mister (2), Jerald Burley (7), Phil Larmon (1) David Tesniarz (11) Josh Davis (7), Andy DeNiro (3) Ryan Smith (1) Lavelle Hawkes (11) Nick Roberts (11) Pat Crummey (11) P.J. Mays (11) Mike Burns (1), Yancey Marcum (2), Jerry Johnson (4) Jeff Ryan (11) Sean Guerriero (3), Eugene Mintze (6) John Schumacher (8), Dennis Dlugosz (11)

Defense (3-4) OL Josh Tanner started the season opener as a true freshman in 2004. TE

Luis Gonzalez (1) Mike Roberts (12)

Defense (3-4) SS FS HB CB DE DT NT FOX SAM MIKE BAN

Mike Bracken (12) Scott Thiessen (12) Waymann Peters (11), Herb Jones (1) Jason Perry (3), Sherod Holmes (9) Matt Briggs (11), Marty Hutchinson (1) Steve Durbin (11), Chris Rice (1) Nate Baston (9), Ron John-Finn (1), Joe Juby (1), Justin Martin (1) Brandon Brown (8), Justin Martin (4) Joe Juby (6), Justin Dellarose (6) Yancey Mancum (12) Mike Andrews (11), Marty Hutchinson (1)

2002 Offense WR

C LT LG RG RT TB FB QB TE

Matt Rycraft (4), Phil Larmon (3), Kyle Smith (3), Jerald Burley (6), Shawn Carlson (1), Aaron Marshall (2) Will Sanders (2), Nick Roberts (9) Josh Davis (11), Ryan Jewell (2) Norris Kennedy (11) Nick Roberts (2), Will Sanders (9) Andy DeNiro (11) P.J. Mays (10), Mike Burns (1) Chris DiMauro (4), Mike Burns (3), Keland Logan (2), Josiah Doby (1) Colby Street (2), Justin Green (1), Aaron Marshall (7), Matt Rycraft (1) John Schumacher (9), Dennis Dlugosz (1)

Defense (3-4) SS FS HB CB DE LDT RDT

Mike Bracken (11) Anthony Barone (11) Waymann Peters (7), Jake Godec (4) Jake Godec (2), Sherod Holmes (9) Martin Stachowicz (11) Guy Mazard (9), Wendell Parrish (2) Matt Mechling (10), Nate Baston (1)

SS FS HB CB DE NT DT FOX SAM MIKE BAN

Bruce Hightower (11) Anthony Barone (11) Antulio Aroche (11) LeVar Greene (11) Martin Stachowicz (10), Todd Blackwell (1) Wendell Parrish (1), Guy Mazard (7), Nate Baston (2), Matt Mechling (1) Nate Baston (3), Matt Mechling (5), Matt Briggs (2), Bob Sivik (1) Bob Sivik (10), Andre Coleman (1) Mike Thomas (7), Russell Stuvaints (1), Justin Dellarose (1), Chris DiMauro (2) Jon Tekac (10), Todd Blackwell (1) Russell Stuvaints (5), Ken Baun (6)

2000 Offense SE C OT OG OG OT TB FB TE QB FL

Denver Williams (5), Jerald Burley (2), Eugene Mintze (4), Andre Coleman (1) Dave Tesniarz (11), Nick Robers (1) Andy DeNiro (11), Ryan Smith (1) Ryan Smith (9), Steve Rovnak (3) Dave Hong (8), Josh Davis (3), Ryan Smith (1) Pat Crummey (12) Erik Lockhart (5), P.J. Mays (6), Josiah Doby (1) Jerry Johnson (7), Erik Lockhart (3), P.J. Mays (1) Dennis Dlugosz (11), John Schumacher (4) Jeff Ryan (11), Colby Street (1) Andre Coleman (4), Sean Guerriero (6)

Defense (3-4) SS FS CB CB DE NT DT FOX SAM MIKE BAN

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Bruce Hightower (12) Anthony Barone (12) Ed Blizzard (9), LeVar Greene (3) LeVar Greene (8), Demetrius Rich (4) Bryan Hawthorne (8), Martin Stachowicz (4) Gary Quivers (1), Montrial Thomas (11) Matt Mechling (11), Guy Mazard (1) Bob Sivik (5), Luke Schumacher (7) Justin Dellarose (9), Russell Stuvaints (3) Tim Johnson (12) Jon Tekac (12)

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1999 Offense QB TB FB WR TE C OG CG

OT CT

C OG OT

Jeff Ryan (14), Jared Zwick (1) Adrian Brown (12), Josiah Doby (3) Bill Ruggles (7), Adrian Brown (3), Jerry Johnson (5) Elliott Giles (14), Renauld Ray (10), Damian Matthews (4), Jason Downing (1) Casey Bogerd (10), John Schumacher (2) Dennis Dlugosz (3), Pete Superak (1) Ian Shirey (14), David Tesniarz (1) Shawn Billker (8), Steve Rovnak (4), Frank Rutherford (3) Frank Rutherford (6), Steve Rovnak (3), Shawn Billker (1), Lavelle Hawkes (3), Ryan Dewberry (2) Pat Crummey (14), Pete Superak (1) John Longano (9), Pete Superak (6)

Defense (3-4) CB FS SS CB DE NT

Andre Cook (8), DeWayne Thompson (3) Larry Tyger (8), Dwyte Smiley (4) Khary Williams (11) Tony Pannunzio (9), DeWayne Thompson (2) Chris Inglis (10), Jeff Fackrell (1) Harry Deligianis (8), Andre Jethroe (2), Frank Kaydo (1) DT Andre Jethroe (6), Jarritt Goode (4), Jeff Fackrell (1) OLB Mike Stanec (10), Chris Jones (1) OLB Phillip Woods (7), Jarritt Goode (3) ILB Kawonza Swan (10), Troy Tuck (1) ILB Tom Paolucci (8), Peter Davila (2), Jarritt Goode (1)

Defense (3-4) SS FS CB CB MIKE BAN SAM FOX DT NT DE

Bruce Hightower (15) Fon Nanji (6), Dwyte Smiley (10) LeVar Greene (15) Ed Blizzard (15) Tim Johnson (14), Jon Tekac (1) Dave Vecchione (14) Ian Dominelli (15) Kawonza Swan (15) Matt Mechling (14), Frank Kaydo (1) Montrail Thomas (4), Gary Quivers (1), Frank Kaydo (10) Bryan Hawthorne (11), Matt Mechling (1) Todd Blackwell (1), Frank Kaydo (2)

1998 QB FB TB WR

TE C RG RT LG LT

Jim Keagy (1), Jared Zwick (3), Jeff Ryan (7) Matt Richardson (6), Jerry Johnson (2), Adrian Brown (1) Jake Andreadis (7), Adrian Brown (4) Andre Coleman (4), Renauld Ray (6), Damion Matthews (5), Sean Guerriero (1), Elliott Giles (5) Pete Superak (11), Casey Bogerd (2) Ian Shirey (11) Frank Rutherford (9), Steve Rovnak (1), Ryan Dewberry (1) John Longano (9), Shawn Billker (2) Lavelle Hawkes (8), Randy Beers (2), Steve Rovnak (1) Shawn Billker (8), Duane Delahunt (2), Frank Rutherford (1)

Defense (3-4) FS SS CB CB FOX MIKE BAN SAM NT DT DE

1995 Offense LB Kawonza Swan started all 15 games for the Penguins in 1999.

1997 Offense QB TB FB TE WR

Offense

Jake Anderson (11) Dwyte Smiley (11) Tony Pannunzio (11) Ed Blizzard (9), LeVar Greene (2), David Greene (1) Mike Stanec (11) Jarritt Goode (11) Luke Schumacher (9), Dave Vecchione (2) Kawonza Swan (8), Ian Dominelli (3) Frank Kaydo (8), Chris Glantzis (3) Eric Brown (6), Chris Glantzis (5) Chris Jones (6), Eric Brown (3), Kawonza Swan (1)

RT RG C LG LT

Demond Tidwell (15) Jake Andreadis (10), Adrian Brown (6) Matt Richardson (14) Tim Tyrrell (12), Pete Superak (2), Chris Knaack (1) Willis Marshall (15), Renauld Ray (11), Mark Cox (3), Denver Williams (1) Matt Hogg (15) Frank Rutherford (14), Shawn Billker (1) Ian Shirey (15) Frank Page (15) Todd Kollar (15)

Defense (3-4) DT NT DE LB LB LB LB CB SS FS CB

Harry Deligianis (15) Frank Kaydo (14), Chris Glantzis (1) Jarritt Goode (13), Jauron Dailey (2) Mike Stanec (15) Tom Paolucci (14), Pete Davila (1) Jeff Fackrell (11), Dave Vecchione (2), Luke Schumacher (2) Kawonza Swan (10), Troy Tuck (5) DeWayne Thompson (11), Eugene Lewis (3), Carlos Pearson (1) Jake Anderson (10), Eugene Lewis (5) Dwyte Smiley (15) Anthony Pannunzio (15)

1996 Offense QB WR TB FB TE OT

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Frank Page (7), Shawn Billker (3), Ed Forro (1) Ian Shirey (11) Jim Jones (10), John Longano (1) Todd Kollar (8), Shawn Billker (3)

Demond Tidwell (10), Jared Zwick (1) Renauld Ray (8), Willis Marshall (7), Ron Pearson (4), William Walker (2) Adrian Brown (7), Jake Andreadis (2), Brian Cottom (2) Dan Inglis (8), Matt Richardson (2), Jake Andreadis (1) Jake Smallfield (11), Tim Tyrrell (1) Matt Hogg (11)

QB TB WR TE FB OT OG C OG OT

Mark Brungard (11) Jake Andreadis (6), Nolan Moore (4), Nakia Hendrix (1) Darnell Bracy (10), William Walker (9), Ron Pearson (2), Mark Cox (1) John Quintana (9), Tim Tyrell (2) Dan Ingalls (7), Nakia Hendrix (2) Frank Page (10), Brian Terlesky (1) Matt Hogg (10), Heath Jordan (1) Steve Six (11) Jim Panozzo (8), Heath Jordan (3) Jim Jones (11)

Defense (3-4) DE DT NG OLB OLB ILB ILB CB SS FS CB

Jermaine Hopkins (10), Harry Deligianis (1) Paul Conn (9), Todd Kollar (2) Andre Jethroe (10) Tom Dillingham (6), Mike Stanec (6) Phillip Jean-Baptiste (9), Chris Ingalls (1), Mike Gilligan (1) Leon Jones (11) Phillip Woods (8), Mike Gilligan (3), Brett Murgatroyd (1) DeWayne Thompson (7), Jabari Teague (3), Andre Cook (1) Tony Pannunzio (6), Eugene Lewis (4) Terica Jones (6), Eugene Lewis (4), Pete Davila (1) Tom Paolucci (10), Andre Cook (1)

1994 Offense QB FB TB WR TE OT OG C OG OT

Mark Brungard (15) Mack Gilchrist (9), Corey Scarlato (3), Dan Inglis (3) Shawn Patton (14), Nakia Hendrix (1) Don Zwisler (14), Trent Boykin (12), Darnell Bracy (2) Jake Smallfield (7), Brian Terlesky (6), Rob Robes (4) Paul Kokos (14), Matt Hogg (1) Ray Miller (14), Steve Six (1) Chris Sammarone (14), Steve Six (1) Matt DeVicchio (13), Matt Hogg (2) George Tomasch (15)

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Jermaine Hopkins (15) Paul Conn (12), Jim Jones (1) Andre Jethroe (13), Jim Jones (2) Leon Jones (15) Tom Dillingham (15) Reginald Lee (13), Jeffrey Johnston (2) Chris Ingalis (11), Phillip Jean-Baptiste (4) Vance Mayes (15), Art Carter (2) Reggie Brown (15) Lester Weaver (15) Randy Smith (15)

1993 Offense C CG OG CT OT TE WR QB TB FB

Chris Sammarone (15) Ray Miller (7), Brian White (4), Matt DeVicchio (4) Drew Gerber (15) George Tomasch (9), Ray Miller (6) Paul Kokos (15) Aaron Green (9), John Quintana (6) Don Zwisler (15), Trent Boykin (9), Darnell Bracy (6) Mark Brungard (15) Darnell Clark (12), Tamron Smith (3) Tamron Smith (9), John Quintana (4), Corey Scarlato (2)

Defense (3-4) SS

Andre Mason (8), Terica Jones (6), Ramon Amill (1) FS Lester Weaver (15) HB Vance Mayes (9), Reggie Brown (5), Ramon Amill (2) CB Randy Smith (15) BAN Alfred Hill (15) FOX Jeff Powers (12), Phillip Jean-Baptiste (3) FRA Reggie Lee (15) SAM Leon Jones (15) NT David Quick (7), Andre Jethroe (4), Jim Jones (3) James Panozzo (1) DT Paul Conn (13), Jermaine Hopkins (1), Jim Jones (1) DE David Burch (15)

1992 Offense QB TB FB WR TE CT CG C OG OT

Nick Cochran (15) Tamron Smith (13), Darnell Clark (2) Ryan Wood (13) Herb Williams (15), Trent Boykin (13), Don Zwisler (7), Leo Hudson (1) Aaron Green (4), Brian Terlesky (3), John Quintana (2), William Seach (2) Raymond Miller (10), Brian White (5) Craig Kertesz (15) Chris Sammarone (15) Drew Gerber (15) Paul Kokos (15)

Defense (3-4) CB SS FS CB BAN FOX MIKE

Reggie Brown (15) Malcolm Everette (13), Lester Weaver (2) Dave Roberts (15) Randy Smith (15) Brian Coman (15) Jeff Powers (15) Marcus Evans (15)

WILL Reggie Lee (8), Alfred Hill (5), Leon Jones (2) NT David Quick (12), David Burch (2), Jermaine Hopkins (1) DT Chris Vecchione (11), Brian Householder (2), Paul Conn (1), Alfred Hill (1) DE DeMario Ridgeway (11), David Burch (4)

1991 Offense TE WR CT CG C OG OT FB

QB TB

Ron Strollo (15) Herb Williams (15), Andre Ballinger (14), Russ Pernus (1) Mike Simonsic (14), Ray Miller (1) Craig Kertesz (15) Chad Rosko (15) Drew Gerber (15) Paul Kokos (14), Mike Simonsic (1) Mike Rekstis (7), Ryan Wood (3), Tamron Smith (3), Anthony Naples (1), Phil Thompson (1) Ray Isaac (15) Leo Hawkins (14), Tamron Smith (1)

CT C OG OT QB FB TB

Domminick Stala (13) Eric Anderson (13) Tony Dunn (11), Don Svec (2) John Bleshoy (13) Ray Isaac (13) Steve Jones (13) Leo Hawkins (7) Archie Herring (6)

Defense (3-4) DE NT DT FOX SAM MIKE WILL SS FS CB CB

Kevin Brown (13) Tony Bowens (8), Pat Danko (5) Lawrence Mitchell (13) Chris Vecchione (12), James Ringfield (1) Andre Peterson (13) Paul Soltis (13) Mike Cochran (13) Ian Trowers (11), John Matakovich (2) John Matakovich (8), Pete Rekstis (4), Jamie Austin (1) Derek Pixley (13) Tony Tellington (12), Jamie Austin (1)

1988 Defense (3-4)

Offense

DT NT DE FOX BAN MIKE WILL SS FS CB CB

SE LT LG

Brett Greer (15) Pat Danko (15) Chris Vecchione (15) Kevin Brown (13), Jeff Powers (2) Brian Coman (15) Marcus Evans (15) Ron Brown (15) Malcolm Everette (15) Dave Roberts (15) Rodney Smith (12), David Newby (3) Reggie Brown (13), Ramon Amill (2)

1990 Offense TE WR CT CG C OG OT QB FB TB

Ron Strollo (12) Ray Ellington (12), Herb Williams (7), Andre Ballinger (5) Drew Gerber (12) Craig Kertesz (12) Chad Rosko (9), Eric Anderson (3) Don Svec (12) Mike Simonsic (8), Tom Kall (4) Ray Isaac (12) Tamron Smith (7), Lou Sfara (5) Archie Herring (12)

C RG RT TE FL QB FB TB

Maury Bibent (11) John Bleshoy (6), Mike Cummings (5) Don Svec (6), John Bleshoy (4), Chris Adams (1) Joe Lucente (8), Tom Kall (3) Mike Cummings(6), Don Svec(5) Jim Zdelar (11) David McIntosh (11) Andre Ballinger (6), Earl Jones (5) Chris Gamble (7), Frank Edie (4) Steve Jones (11) Lorenzo Davis (6), J.C. Penny (5)

Defense (3-4) LT NG RT STRIKE MIKE BLOOD WILL CB ROVER FS HB

Andre Peterson (8), Pat Danko (3) Tony Dunn (7), Lawrence Mitchell (4) Lamar Davis (11) Sam Wesley (11) Paul Soltis (11) Jerry Pacifico (6), Al Blythe (5 James Ringfield (8), Kevin Brown (3) Jason Price (11) John Matakovich (11) Pete Rekstis (7), Derek Pixley (4) Terrence Tubbs (7), Tony Tellington (4)

Defense (3-4)

1987

DT NT DE WILL MIKE BAN FOX SS FS CB CB

Offense

Pat Danko (12) Tony Bowens (12) Al Blythe (11), Brett Greer (1) Ron Brown (10), Ron Hovan (2) Marcus Evans (9), Kevin Brown (3) Brian Coman (11), Ron Hovan (1) Kevin Brown (8), Marcus Evans (4) Pete Rekstis (9), Derek Pixley (3) Dave Roberts (9), Pete Rekstis (3) Derek Pixley (9), Dave Roberts (3) David Newby (12)

1989 Offense TE WR CG

Ron Strollo (13) Ray Ellington (13), Lorenzo Davis (13) Don Svec (11), Tony Dunn (2)

X LT LG C RG RT TE Z QB FB TB

Maury Bibent (12) Jim Zdelar (12) Don Svec (6), John Bleshoy (4), Mike Cummings (2) Joe Lucente (12) Tony Dunn (12) Mike Cummings (10), Joe Cianelli (1), John Bleshoy (1) Elliott Fedd (12) Earl Jones (7), Jerry Mapes (5) Trenton Lykes (12) Steve Jones (12) Lorenzo Davis (10), Rod Love (2)

Defense (3-4) LT NG

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Andre Peterson (11), Dave Janofa (1) Dave Janofa (8), Jeff Stewart (4)

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Lamar mar Davis (10), Jeff Stewart (2) Sam Wesley (12) Paul Soltis (12) Jerry Pacifico (12) Mike Peterson (10), Devon Hall (2) John Matakovich (12) Pete Rekstis (12)\ Rod Henderson (11), Jason Price (1) Jerry Dunlap (11), Larry Toles (1)

LT LG C RG RT

Trenton Lykes (11) Rod Love (8), Lorenzo Davis (3) Steve Jones (8), Mike McGlone (3) Elliott Fedd (7), Rich Bowen (3), Mike McGlone (1) Rick Shepas (11), Steve Strabala (9), Maury Bibent (1), Jerry Mapes (1) Mike Cummings (5), Scott Thompson (3), John Nevotne (3) Jim Sydlowski (11) John Zelenak (11) John Nevotne (6), Tony Dunn (5) Mike Cummings (5), Scott Thompson (3), John Nevotne (2), Steve Engel (1)

Defense (5-3-3) WHIP

Andre Peterson (6), John Hoy (3), Gary Scruggs (2) QUICK Mike Peterson (11) NG Vince Peterson (5), Randy Worthy (4), Mark Derthick (2) DT Vince Peterson (6), Mark Derthick (3), Dave Janofa (2) STRIKE Dave Janofa (9), Tom Rohanna (2) RLB Rod Henderson (11) MLB Jerry Pacifico (6), Musolino (3), Darryl Rodgers (1), Dayne Popa (1) BLB Darryl Rodgers (3), Dayne Popa (3), Jerry Pacifico (3), Gary Scruggs (2) CB Eric Berry (6), Jason Price (3), John Murphy (2) S Larry Toles (9), Jack Redman (2) HB Jason Price (8), Dyrrell Williams (2), John Murphy (1)

1985 Offense TE LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB FB TB

Joel Cuffman (11) Gary Febel (11) Jim Sydlowski (11) John Zelenak (11) John Nevotne (11) Scott Thompson (7), Randy Worth (4) Elliott Fedd (5), Rich Bowen (4), Brian Mathews (2) Rick Shepas (11) Bob Courtney (7),Trenton Lykes (4) Brian Miller (11) Robert Thompson (6), Jerry Mapes (5)

Defense (3-4) AE LT LLB NG RLB RT

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Offense

Offense

WR

Gary Scruggs (4), Jeff Seamen (4), Robert Clark (3) Gary Barber (8), Ron Capogreco Terry Chatman (8),Larry Toles (3) Larry Toles (5), Ian Trowers (5), John Murphy (1) Rod Henderson (8), Jason Price (2), Larry Toles (1)

1984

1986 QB TB FB TE

BE

Mike Peterson (11) Dave Janofa (11) Pat Narzduzzi (11) Vince Peterson (11) Jerry Pacifico (11) Greg Cappitte (8), Bob Korandovich (3)

QB WR TB