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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
On the Cover
Credits
Editor: John McElwain, Sun Belt Conference
Editorial Assistance: Jerry Scott, Arkansas State; Allison George, Georgia State; Brian Mc-
Cann, Louisiana-Lafayette; Alex Edwards, Louisiana-Monroe; Brian Fremund, South Alabama;
Rick Poulter, Texas State; Adam Prendergast, Troy; Robert Sampson, Western Kentucky.
Photography: Sun Belt Conference and member institution fles.
SUN BELT CONFERENCE
1500 Sugar Bowl Drive
New Orleans, Louisiana 70112
www.sunbeltsports.org
Commissioner
Karl Benson
Senior Associate Commissioner/
Sports Administration
Dr. Kathy Keene
Associate Commissioner/
Chief Financial Of cer
Herbert L. Carter, III
Associate Commissioner/
Communications
John McElwain
Assistant Commissioner/
Compliance
Scott Connors, J.D.
Assistant Commissioner/
Sports Administration
Dominick Giambrone, Jr. J.D.
Assistant Commissioner/
Electronic Media
Travis Llewellyn
Assistant Commissioner/
Communications
Keith Nunez
Compliance Coordinator
Erinn Banks
Executive Assitant
Lindsey Joubert
Coordinator of Football Of cials
Don Lucas
General Sales Manager/
Sun Belt Properties
Mike Smith
Sales and Operations Coordinator/
Sun Belt Properties
Jake Sims
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
President: Dr. Nick Bruno
President, Louisiana-Monroe

Dr. Denise Trauth
President, Texas State

Dr. Joel Anderson
Chancellor, UALR
Dr. Jack Hawkins
Chancellor, Troy
Sun Belt Conference Football News and Notes ..................................................................................... 4-5
This is the Sun Belt Conference ................................................................................................................... 6-9
Commissioner Karl Benson .............................................................................................................................10
Sun Belt Conference Staf ......................................................................................................................... 11-12
Sun Belt Conference Of ciating ....................................................................................................................13
2013 Sun Belt Conference Composite Schedule ....................................................................................14
Arkansas State Red Wolves ...................................................................................................................... 15-20
Georgia State Panthers .............................................................................................................................. 21-26
Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns ......................................................................................................... 27-32
Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks .................................................................................................................. 33-38
South Alabama Jaguars ............................................................................................................................ 39-44
Texas State Bobcats .................................................................................................................................... 45-50
Troy Trojans .................................................................................................................................................... 51-56
WKU Hilltoppers .......................................................................................................................................... 57-62
Appalachian State Mountaineers .......................................................................................................... 59-60
Georgia Southern Eagles .......................................................................................................................... 61-62
Idaho Vandals................................................................................................................................................ 63-64
New Mexico State Aggies ......................................................................................................................... 64-65
2012 Statistical Leaders ............................................................................................................................. 72-83
Sun Belt Conference Record Book ......................................................................................................... 84-99
Honors and Awards ............................................................................................................................... 100-111
Year-by-Year Recaps............................................................................................................................... 112-123
Sun Belt in the NFL Draft ..................................................................................................................... 124-125
All-Time Standings .......................................................................................................................................... 126
Sun Belt Media Contacts ............................................................................................................................... 127
The 2013 Sun Belt Conference Football Media Guide
features a student-athlete from each of the conference’s cur-
rent football playing institutions. The student-athletes listed
alphabetically by school are: Arkansas State - J.D. McKissic,
Georgia State - Theo Agnew, Louisiana-Lafayette - Terrance
Broadway, Louisiana-Monroe - Kolton Browning, South Ala-
bama - Jeremé Jones, Texas State - Isaiah Battle, Troy - Eric
Thomas, WKU - Antonio Andrews.
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Sun Belt Conference Notes
Sun Belt Success in 2012
There is no question that the Sun Belt Conference is a league
on the rise in football. After all, the conference fnished with its
most non-conference wins in league history in 2012 and also
sent a record four teams to bowl games. The conference also
fnished the 2012 season with its best ever average computer
ranking – fnishing ahead of Conference USA and the Mountain
West. The league also had two wins over top-25 ranked op-
ponents and Louisiana-Lafayette and Arkansas State won their
respective bowl games. All four Sun Belt Conference institutions
that went to bowl games in 2012 return for the 2013 season.
Sun Belt Sends Four to Bowl Games
For the frst time in the Sun Belt Conference’s 12 years of football
the league sent four teams to postseason bowl games. Loui-
siana-Lafayette played in the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl ,
WKU headed to the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl, Louisiana-Monroe
traveled west to the AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl and
league champion Arkansas State returned to the GoDaddy.com
Bowl.
Andrews Joins Sanders in Elite
WKU junior running back Antonio Andrews finished with 119
rushing yards — his 10th 100-yard game of the season. That
tied a WKU singleseason record set by Bobby Rainey in 2011.
Andrews also set a new WKU single-season rushing record
with 1,728 yards. That broke the previous mark of 1,695 set by
Rainey in 2011. While Andrews played in one more game than
Rainey, he set the new single-season record 65 less attempts.
Andrews fnished with 184 all-purpose yards, giving him 3,161
for the season. He joins Oklahoma State’s Barry Sanders as the
only two players in FBS history to eclipse 3,000 all-purpose
yards in a season. Sanders set an NCAA record with 3,250 dur-
ing the 1988 season.
ASU Claims Second Consecutive Outight Sun Belt Title With
45-0 Win over Middle Tennessee
The Arkansas State football team claimed its second straight
Sun Belt Conference championship with a 45-0 victory over
Middle Tennessee in front of a Liberty Bank Stadium record
crowd of 31,243. The Red Wolves capped of a 9-3 regular
season with a victory over a Middle Tennessee team that was
receiving votes in the USA Today Coaches Top 25 Poll. A-State
completed its Sun Belt title run with seven straight victories to
fnish 7-1 in the league. Arkansas State, which has never fn-
ished ranked among the top 25 teams in the nation as an FBS
member, is receiving votes in both major polls and is listed No.
34 and No. 37 in latest CBSSports.com 124 and BCS rankings,
respectively.
Harsin Named Arkansas State Head Coach
Arkansas State Director of Athletics Terry Mohajir announced
at a press conference that Bryan Harsin, a 13-year coaching vet-
eran at the NCAA FBS level who has coached in 10 bowl games
as either an assistant or ofensive coordinator, has been named
the Red Wolves’ 29th all-time head football coach. Harsin, a
fnalist for the 2009 Broyles Award recognizing the top assistant
coach in the country, has been associated with two nationally-
prominent programs during his rise to A-State’s head coach.
Working closely with Chris Petersen at Boise State and Mack
Brown at Texas, two of the most well-respected coaches in the
country, Harsin spent the last seven seasons as an ofensive co-
ordinator with the Broncos and Longhorns. Harsin served the
last two seasons as Texas’ co-ofensive coordinator and quar-
terbacks coach after spending the previous 10 on the Boise
State staf, including the last fve as ofensive coordinator and
quarterbacks coach as well. During his tenure at both schools,
he guided ofenses that consistently ranked among the nation’s
best in almost every statistical category.
Bobby Petrino Named 18th Head Coach in WKU Football
History
Western Kentucky University has named Bobby Petrino its 18th
head football coach in school history, WKU Director of Athletics
Todd Stewart announced. Petrino brings a wealth of coaching
experience and success to WKU, owning a 75-26 career record
as a collegiate head coach, with seven bowl game appearances,
including appearances in the 2011 BCS Sugar Bowl with the
University of Arkansas and the 2007 BCS Orange Bowl with the
University of Louisville. In his eight seasons as a collegiate head
coach with Louisville and Arkansas, Petrino led his teams to a
bowl game in seven of the eight years, including four 10-win
seasons, leading both the Cardinals and the Razorbacks to their
frst BCS bowl games in school history. Petrino guided Arkansas
and Louisville to top-10 fnishes nationally three diferent times,
including fnishing the 2006 and the 2011 seasons ranked ffth
in the Associated Press poll.
WKU, ULM Top SEC Foes
ULM defeated then #8 ranked Arkansas on September 8 and
WKU followed up with a win over Kentucky on September 15.
The two wins against SEC programs were the frst for both in-
stitutions, it also marked the frst time that Sun Belt Conference
has had wins against the SEC in back-to-back weeks. ULM’s win
over Arkansas also marked the frst time that a Sun Belt Confer-
ence team has defeated a top-ten ranked opponent.
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Sun Belt Conference Notes
Bowl Game Winning Percentage (Last Five Years)
Over the last fve years the Sun Belt Conference ranks sixth out
of the 11 FBS conferences in postseason bowl game winning
percentage. In fact, the Sun Belt Conference ranks ahead of
noted “BCS AQ” leagues – the ACC, Pac-12 and the Big Ten
W L %
Big East 18 10 0.642
SEC 29 17 0.630
CUSA 16 12 0.571
MWC 14 11 0.560
Big 12 21 19 0.525
Sun Belt 7 7 0.500
Pac 12 15 16 0.483
ACC 17 23 0.425
WAC 7 11 0.388
Big Ten 14 25 0.358
MAC 9 17 0.346
Cajuns Top Pirates in R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
Jemarlous Moten made two key defensive plays in the fourth
quarter and Brett Baer landed a pair of feld goals in the wan-
ing minutes to help the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns repeat as R+L
Carriers New Orleans Bowl champions with a 43-34 victory
over East Carolina before the bowl’s record crowd of 48,828
at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Terrance Broadway, who
completed 21-of-32 passes for 316 yards and a touchdown
and had 15 rushes for 108 yards, was named New Orleans Bowl
MVP. Broadway’s 424 yards of total ofense marked the second-
most in the game’s history, bested only by his teammate Blaine
Gautier (492 in 2011 New Orleans Bowl).
Red Wolves Best #25 Kent State for GoDaddy.com Bowl
Championship
Arkansas State’s ofense was held in check after piling up
big numbers this season. It was the defense that led the Red
Wolves to a breakthrough victory. Ryan Aplin threw for 213
yards and a touchdown, J.D. McKissic caught 11 passes for 113
yards and Arkansas State edged No. 25 Kent State 17-13 to win
the GoDaddy.com Bowl. Arkansas State’s usually prolifc of-
fense struggled against Kent State, but the consistent Aplin-to-
McKissic connection and a stingy defense was enough to help
the Red Wolves (10-3) to their frst bowl win since joining the
Football Bowl Subdivision in 1992. Kent State (11-3) was driv-
ing late in the game when quarterback Spencer Keith tried to
scramble on fourth down and was stopped a few yards short of
the marker with 52 seconds left. Linebacker Qushaun Lee made
the shoestring tackle for the Red Wolves and fnished with a
team-leading 13 stops.
Sun Belt Membership
The Sun Belt Conference will contest the 2013 football season
with eight members – Arkansas State, Georgia State, Louisiana-
Lafayette, Louisiana-Monroe, South Alabama, Texas State, Troy
and Western Kentucky University. UALR and UT Arlington com-
pete as non-football members. Come the 2014 season, the Sun
Belt will have four new members in the league as Appalachian
State and Georgia Southern were added as all-sports members
and Idaho and New Mexico State have been added as football
playing members.
Both Appalachian State and Georgia Southern bring with them
highly successfully football programs and each team will begin
the process of transitioning to the Football Bowl Subdivision
(FBS) immediately. The 2014 Sun Belt football season will mark
the debut of both in the league schedule and standings. Ad-
ditionally, both the Mountaineers and Eagles will be able to
compete for the league championship in football for the 2014
season. Both teams will frst be eligible to compete in a spot for
a postseason bowl game come the 2015 season.
Idaho and New Mexico State are familiar partners of the Sun
Belt Conference, having been football members from the
league’s inaugural year of football in 2001 through the 2004
season. Both members played an integral part of forming the
Sun Belt Conference for football and now add strength to the
league. Both teams will be immediately eligible to compete
for the Sun Belt football championship and also for a spot in
postseason bowl games.
Sun Belt Conference Bowl Games
The Sun Belt Conference maintains tie-ins with the GoDaddy
Bowl and the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl. A team from the
Sun Belt Conference has played in the R+L Carriers New Orleans
Bowl since its inception in 2001. The SBC has won four con-
secutive R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl games and six out of
the last seven. The GoDaddy bowl, meanwhile, has a four-year
agreement in place with the Sun Belt Conference and Mid-
American Conference to provide teams for the game.
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When Louisiana-Monroe quarterback Kolton Browning
scampered 16 yards for the game-winning, overtime touchdown
against eighth ranked Arkansas on September 8, it represented a
banner moment for the Warhawks and the Sun Belt Conference.
“It’s a great feeling; we feel like we deserve it,” Browning said
after the game. “We believed the whole time, and we’ve believed
that we could put something like this together. We knew this
moment was coming.”
Browning’s sentiment that his teams moment had fnally
arrived was a common attitude not just for ULM during the 2012-
13 season.
In fact, ULM’s win set of a frestorm of accomplishments
for the Sun Belt Conference in what would become the most
successful year in conference history since the league began
sponsoring football.
For the frst time in league history, the SBC sent four teams
to postseason bowl games. The SBC also posted a 7-2 record
against Conference USA and tallied the highest non-conference
win total in league history (19). This success led to the confer-
ence having its highest ever ranking in the BCS computer poll
average – fnishing ahead of both CUSA and the Mountain West
Conference.
League-champion Arkansas State defeated #25 Kent State
in the GoDaddy.com Bowl 17-13 and Louisiana-Lafayette won its
second consecutive R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl with a 43-34
victory over Conference USA’s East Carolina. The SBC has won
four consecutive R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl games and six
out of the last seven New Orleans Bowls with opponents having
come from CUSA, the Mid-American Conference and the MWC.
The 2012-13 men’s basketball season saw the league put
together its best non-conference RPI in four years while sending
two teams to the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship.
WKU earned its second consecutive trip to the NCAA
postseason after winning the SBC Championship title and the
league’s automatic qualifer. It was the Hilltoppers fourth ap-
pearance in the last six years and their 23rd in program history.
Middle Tennessee, meanwhile, earned an at large bid to the
NCAA Tournament which marked the frst time since 1989 that
the Blue Raiders reached the tournament.
Notably, the Sun Belt’s men’s and women’s basketball teams
combined for a record tying seven postseason appearances this
past season.
Of course, football and basketball weren’t the only sports
that saw success.
A Sun Belt Conference record-tying four baseball teams
(Louisiana-Lafayette, Troy, South Alabama and Florida Atlantic)
were selected to an NCAA Regional in 2013, marking the third
time this has occurred and frst since 2002.
2013 saw one of the best seasons on record for baseball as
four of the league’s ten teams posted 40 or more wins for the frst
time since the 1990 season. Those outstanding win totals helped
the SBC rank ffth in the country in RPI behind only the ACC, SEC,
Pac-12 and Big 12.
In total, Sun Belt baseball teams went 163-102 during the
2013 season in non-conference action with 13 wins over top-
ranked opponents in 2013, including NCAA Tournament No. 1
overall seed, North Carolina.
For the frst time in Sun Belt Conference softball history,
three teams earned bids to the NCAA Division I Softball Champi-
onship including Louisiana-Lafayette, South Alabama and WKU.
In 1979 the Sun Belt Conference became known as a leader in college sports broadcasting by being the first conference to sign a
long-term contract with ESPN. Sun Belt Conference events can be seen regularly on the ESPN family of networks today.
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The Ragin’ Cajuns got out of a bases-
loaded threat in the seventh inning to win
the NCAA Regional Championship over
the host institution and ninth-seeded LSU,
1-0.
South Alabama won its second
consecutive SBC Championship title
and hosted an NCAA Regional in just its
seventh-year as a program. WKU earned
its frst-ever SBC Softball Championship
by winning the 2013 regular season.
The SBC fnished 156-123 against
non-conference opponents with nine
wins over the USA Today/NFCA Division I
Top-25.
On the volleyball court, WKU earned
its frst NCAA Tournament win in school
history, defeating Loyola Marymount
3-0 in the frst round. It was the team’s
seventh NCAA Tournament appearance, a
SBC best.
The Lady Toppers concluded their
2012 season with a 33-4 record and 15-0
in league play. The 33 wins were tied
for the most in school history. The 2012
squad also posted the longest winning
streak in school history at 25-straight wins,
The newly renovated and expanded Bobcat Stadium at Texas State is one of many frst-class facili-
ties in the Sun Belt Conference.
Sun Belt Membership
(1976-present)
Institution (Years) ........................ No. of Yrs.
South Alabama (1976-pres.) ...................38
WKU (1982-pres.) .......................................32
New Orleans (1976-80; 1991-2010) ............24
Jacksonville (1976-98) ......................................22
UALR (1991-pres.) ......................................23
Arkansas State (1991-pres.) .....................23
Louisiana-Lafayette (1991-pres.) ...........23
FIU (1998-2013) ...................................................15
Charlotte (1976-91)............................................15
South Florida (1976-91) ...................................15
Louisiana-Monroe (2001-pres.) ..............13
Middle Tennessee (2000-2013) ....................13
North Texas (2000-2013) .................................13
Denver (1999-2012)...........................................13
UAB (1979-91) ......................................................12
VCU (1979-91) ......................................................12
Troy (2004-pres.) ........................................10
Louisiana Tech (1991-2001) ...........................10
ODU (1982-1991) .................................................. 9
Florida Atlantic (2005-13) ................................. 8
Lamar (1991-98) .................................................... 7
Texas-Pan American (1991-98) ...................... 7
Georgia State (1976-81; 2013-pres.) ....... 5
New Mexico St.(2000-05; rejoining 2014) . 5
Idaho (football, 2001-04; rejoining 2014) .. 4
Utah State (football, 2003-04) ......................... 2
Central Florida (1991-92) .................................. 1
UT Arlington (2013-pres.) . Inaugural Year
Texas State (2013-pres.) ..... Inaugural Year
Appalachian State ........................Joining 2014
Georgia Southern .........................Joining 2014
Bold denotes current members
as it went 75-5 in sets during the streak.
WKU dropped only one set in conference
play.
In total the SBC posted an 86-82 non-
conference record including wins over No.
10 Dayton and No. 22 Michigan.
For the third consecutive year, the
Sun Belt Conference had three student
athletes represent the league at the NCAA
Cross Country Championships.
Joseph Chebet of WKU, who earned
SBC Most Outstanding Performer, was
also named an All-American after fnish-
ing 35th in the 10k race at the NCAA
Championship. On the women’s side, SBC
Most Outstanding Performer Katharine
Showalter of Georgia State and Kristina
Aubert of Arkansas State advanced to the
NCAA Championship.
Sun Belt Conference men’s golf saw
two teams selected to play in the NCAA
Championship and a total of three indi-
viduals make the feld.
Georgia State men’s tennis seniors Lu-
cas Santa Ana and Victor Valente rallied to
a 6-4, 7-6 (6) win against the No. 9-ranked
doubles pair of junior Tom Jomby and
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freshman Kevin Lai (Kentucky) in the frst round of the 2013
NCAA Doubles Championship.
GSU fnished at No. 61 in the men’s and No. 75 in the
women’s in the fnal Intercollegiate Tennis Association Rankings.
The Panther men’s team won the Sun Belt title in their frst year
of competition.
In indoor track WKU’s David Mokone, Arkansas State’s
Sharika Nelvis and Middle Tennessee’s Ann Dudley qualifed for
the NCAA Championship. Nelvis fnished 16th in the long jump
with a 5.72m leap. She then took 11th in the 200 meters with a
time of 23.53. Mokone fnished in 14th in the 800 meters after
earning All-American Second-Team honors.
At the 2013 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championship
11 Sun Belt student-athletes were named All-Americans. Among
the highlights, ASU’s Nelvis competed in the fnals of the 100-me-
ter hurdles.
Sun Belt student-athletes have a history of performing well
in the class room as well.
With sights set on raised benchmarks, 96.2% of teams that
will make up the 2013-14 Sun Belt Conference are performing
above the future Academic Progress Rate (APR) standard of 930
as the NCAA released its latest fgures in June.
Beginning with 2012-13 NCAA Championships, teams must
earn a minimum 900 four-year APR or a 930 average over the
most recent two years to be eligible to participate. For 2014-15
championships, teams must earn a 930 four-year average APR
or a 940 average over the most recent two years to participate in
championships. In 2015-16 and beyond, teams must earn a four-
year APR of 930 to compete in championships. 153 of 159 Sun
Belt teams are currently performing above the 930 benchmark.
Each year, the NCAA tracks the classroom performance of
student-athletes on every Division I team through the annual
scorecard of academic achievement, known as APR. The rate
measures eligibility, graduation and retention each semester
or quarter and provides a clear picture of the academic perfor-
mance in each sport. The most recent APRs are multi-year rates
based on scores from the 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11 and 2011-
2012 academic years.
While the accomplishments of the Sun Belt’s student-
athletes and coaches deserve great praise, so to do the league’s
administrators who have helped set the tone for the future of the
conference.
“We have never been as strong as we are now academically
and fnancially and I believe we are getting stronger all the time
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above the future Academic Progress Rate (APR) standard of 930
as the NCAA released its latest fgures in June.
We have never been as strong as we are now academically
and fnancially and I believe we are getting stronger all the time
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athletically,” outgoing Sun Belt Conference President and Troy
University Chancellor Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr. said recently. “I truly
believe that the best is yet to come.”
A busy day in the Sun Belt Conference this past March cul-
minated with the additions of Appalachian State and Georgia
Southern as all-sports members and Idaho and New Mexico
State as football playing members. All four announcements
took place on March 27.
Both Appalachian State and Georgia Southern bring with
them highly successfully football programs and each team will
begin the process of transitioning to the Football Bowl Sub-
division (FBS) immediately. The 2014 Sun Belt football season
will mark the debut of both in the league schedule and stand-
ings. Additionally, both the Mountaineers and Eagles will be
able to compete for the league championship in football for
the 2014 season. Both teams will frst be eligible to compete
in a spot for a postseason bowl game come the 2015 season.
Idaho and New Mexico State are familiar partners of the
Sun Belt Conference, having been football members from the
league’s inaugural year of football in 2001 through the 2004
season. Both members played an integral part of forming the
Sun Belt Conference for football and now add strength to the
league. Both teams will be immediately eligible to compete
for the Sun Belt football championship and also for a spot in
postseason bowl games.
With new members and a new mindset also comes a new
logo and mantra.
The conference unveiled its new logo and brand after a
nearly yearlong examination of the impact, sustainability and
core values associated with the Sun Belt Conference.
“Together We Rise” is the new mantra for the conference
and it is the foundation and essence of the contemporary
logo that the league will now be identifed with.
Understanding market place competition and the need to
standout from its competition, the Sun Belt Conference began
examining and defning its brand identity and the need for a
complimentary logo to embody that brand.
“The unveiling of our new logo comes after months of re-
view of how we wanted to express the ‘new’ Sun Belt Confer-
ence,” said Sun Belt Conference Commissioner Karl Benson. “It
is a very exciting chance for us to display the opportunity and
optimism that exists in the Sun Belt Conference as we move
forward.”
The league of ce and its member institutions worked
with SME, Inc. for the project. SME is a renowned strategic
brand development frm which was responsible for the
rebranding of the Pac-12 Conference and Big Sky Conference
among other prominent collegiate and professional sports
properties.
The overarching goal of the process was to create a bold
and fresh new identity built upon a foundation of unity that
corresponds to the Sun Belt Conference’s future success and
also honors the foundation built over the past 37 years.
The Sun Belt Conference will contest the 2013 football
season with eight members – Arkansas State, Georgia State,
Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana-Monroe, South Alabama, Texas
State, Troy and Western Kentucky University. UALR and UT
Arlington compete as non-football members.
Future Sun Belt member Appalachian State has one of the most passionate fanbases in college football. The Mountaineers will join the conference as
a fulltime member on July 1, 2014 along with Georgia Southern. Idaho and New Mexico State will also join at that time as football only members.
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Sun Belt Staf
Karl Benson
Commissioner
Karl Benson was named the ffth
commissioner of the Sun Belt Conference
on Thursday, February 16 and of cially
began his tenure on March 15, 2012.
After only several weeks on the job,
Benson quickly set the tone for the future
of the Sun Belt Conference by adding
Georgia State, Texas-Arlington and Texas
State to the league.
By the spring of 2012 Benson had
begun to further shape the Sun Belt
Conference by promoting the league’s
rebranding eforts. Sure enough only
a year later the Sun Belt had unveiled a
new logo and new mantra - “Together We
Rise” - that is in line with the progressive
and optimistic attitude that Benson has
become noted for.
Further solidifying the place of the
Sun Belt Conference, Benson helped lead
the league to the additions of Appalachian
State and Georgia Southern as all-sports members and Idaho
and New Mexico State as football playing members. All four
announcements took place throughout the course of the day on
March 27, 2013.
Benson came to the Sun Belt after serving as the commis-
sioner of the Western Athletic Conference since 1994.
During his time at the WAC, Benson developed numerous
multi-year agreements with postseason football games, includ-
ing the Holiday Bowl, Cotton Bowl, Copper Bowl, Las Vegas Bowl,
Silicon Valley Football Classic, GMAC Bowl, New Mexico Bowl, the
Humanitarian Bowl, Sheraton Hawai’i Bowl, Poinsettia Bowl and
Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl.
Under Benson’s leadership, the WAC achieved noted success
by sending multiple teams to Bowl Championship Series (BCS)
games as well as having sent a total of 38 teams to bowl games
since 2001. In men’s basketball, the WAC has sent at least two
teams to the NCAA Tournament in 24 of the past 28 seasons.
Benson served on the NCAA Management Council from
1999-2002 and a fve-year term on the NCAA Men’s Basketball
Committee from 2002-06.
Prior to his time at the WAC, Benson served as the commis-
sioner of the Mid-American Conference for four years. There, he
implemented several innovative projects and was instrumental
in the formation of the Las Vegas Bowl.
Prior to taking the reins of the MAC, Benson served on the
NCAA staf for more than four years where he was the director of
NCAA championships when selected as MAC commissioner.
Benson joined the NCAA staf in January 1986, as a compli-
ance representative and was appointed assistant director of
championships in June 1987. He was promoted to director of
championships in 1988. In that position, Benson actively super-
vised eight assistant directors in their administration of 68 NCAA
championships.
A native of the state of Washington, Benson graduated from
high school in Pullman in 1970, attended Spokane Falls Com-
munity College and then received a bachelor of science degree
in physical education from Boise State University in 1975. He has
also completed course work toward his master’s degree in athlet-
ics administration at the University of Utah.
Benson played baseball at both Spokane Falls Community
College and Boise State University before serving as the baseball
coach at Fort Steilacoom Community College in Tacoma, Wash.,
for eight years and as the director of athletics at Fort Steilacoom
from 1979-84. From 1984-86, he was an assistant baseball coach
and an administrative assistant in the athletics department at
Utah.
He received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Boise
State in April of 2006.
Benson was born on December 1, 1951 and has one daugh-
ter, Jessie, 21, a senior at the University of Southern California
- majoring in broadcast journalism in the Annenberg School of
Communication.
Karl Benson (right) was formally introduced as the Sun Belt Conference’s fifth Commissioner at the
2012 Sun Belt Conference Basketball Championships by Troy University Chancellor Dr. Jack Hawkins Jr.
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Sun Belt Staf
Dr. Kathy Keene, Ph. D.
Senior Associate Commissioner
Sports Administration
Dr. Kathy Keene enters
her eighth year with the
Sun Belt Conference and
her fourth year as the
league’s Senior Associate
Commissioner for Sports
Administration.
Keene has responsibil-
ity for the management of
seventeen championships,
preparation of conference
schedules, activities of the Of cial Coordinators and
all other activities associated with the administra-
tion of sports on campus.
The New Orleans native currently serves on
the NCAA’s Legislative Council.
Keene previously served as the Sun Belt Con-
ference’s Associate Commissioner for Compliance
from 2006 through 2010. In that role, she oversaw
the league’s compliance program and is responsible
for all NCAA and Sun Belt Conference rules educa-
tion and interpretation.
Prior to joining the conference of ce, Dr. Keene
spent nine years at the University of New Orleans
athletics department. Her tenure at UNO included
a fve year stint as the department’s senior woman’s
administrator. Dr. Keene joined the department as an
academic tutor in 1997 and progressed to the Direc-
tor of Student-Athlete Support Services.
Keene graduated from the University of
Mississippi in 1996 and received a master’s degree
in counseling education in 1998 and her Ph. D.
in counseling in 2000 from the University of New
Orleans.
She was a four-year letterwinner on the Ole
Miss track and feld team, competing in the hep-
tathlon and earning SEC all-academic honors for
three straight seasons (1994-96).
Kathy and her husband Chris have two daugh-
ters, Madelyn and Katie, and two sons, Mayson and
Christopher.
Herbert L. Carter, III, CPA
Associate Commissioner/CFO
Herbert L. Carter, III
enters his eighth year with
the Sun Belt Conference
after being named Associ-
ate Commissioner/Chief
Financial Of cer of the Sun
Belt Conference in August
2006.
At the Sun Belt Confer-
ence, Carter oversees all
of the league’s fnances
and is responsible for monitoring revenues and
expenses.
Carter also serves as the league’s liaison to the
R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl and GoDaddy.com
Bowl. He has also been routinely involved in mat-
ters related to the Sun Belt Conference Executive
Committee and the league’s CEOs.
Carter received his undergraduate degree
and MBA from the University of New Orleans. The
New Orleans native is a CPA and has an extensive
background in accounting and tax.
He previously worked with the frm of Weg-
mann Dazet and Company as an Accounting and
Tax Manager and has been active with several local
non-profts.
Carter, his wife Jennifer, their two sons, Patrick
and Evan, and daughter Meredith, live in Metairie.
John McElwain
Associate Commissioner/Communications
John McElwain is
entering his sixth year as
the Sun Belt Conference’s
Associate Commissioner
for Communications and
his eighth total year with
the league.
After serving as the
Sun Belt Conference’s Di-
rector of Media Relations
for two years, McElwain
was elevated to the role of Associate Commissioner
for Communications in June 2008. Prior to his posi-
tion as Director of Media Relations McElwain served
as the conference’s Media Relations Assistant.
McElwain has served as the day-to-day public-
ity contact for football, soccer, women’s basketball,
tennis, golf, track and feld, swimming and diving,
baseball, softball, and volleyball in his seven
seasons with the conference. He primarily serves as
the media contact for football and men’s basketball
currently.
Additionally, McElwain manages all publicity
eforts for the league’s championships and events
as well as signifcant national topics.
McElwain has served on the media relations
stafs at the 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012
Allstate Sugar Bowls and the 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
and 2012 BCS National Championships.
McElwain is a an active member of CoSIDA,
ConSIDA, the United States Basketball Writers Asso-
ciation (USBWA) and the Football Writers Associa-
tion of America (FWAA).
McElwain is a 2004 graduate of Indiana
University, receiving his degree in in sports broad-
casting and communications. Prior to joining the
Sun Belt, McElwain was an intern in the IU athletic
media relations of ce and also spent a summer
working in the University of New Orleans media
relations of ce.
McElwain, a New Orleans native, currently
resides in Algiers with his wife Meaghan.
Scott Connors, J.D.
Assistant Commissioner/Compliance
Scott Connors joined
the Sun Belt Conference
staf in October 2011 as
Assistant Commissioner
for Compliance.
Connors is primarily
responsible for compliance
and academic service to
the league members. He
serves as the liaison to the
conference’s Compliance
Coordinators and Faculty Athletics Representa-
tives. Connors is also responsible for the confer-
ence’s rules education program and provides
member institutions with rules interpretations.
Prior to the Sun Belt Conference, Connors
worked at Tulane University where he held the
titles of Assistant Director of Compliance, Interim
Assistant Provost for NCAA Compliance, and
Director of Compliance. Over the course of his
three-year stay at Tulane, Connors performed a
number of tasks for the university. These tasks
ranged from evaluating transcripts of incoming
student-athletes to serving as the university’s sole
compliance administrator. While serving as the
Interim Assistant Provost, Connors was a member
of the athletic department’s Executive Staf.
A native of East Walpole, Mass., Connors
earned his Juris Doctorate from the Southern
University Law Center in Baton Rouge, La. and
his undergraduate degree from the College of
Charleston. While at the College of Charleston,
Connors was a member of the Cougar Swim Team.
Connors is currently a member of the Louisiana
Bar Association and the American Bar Association.
Connors and his wife Iyana reside in uptown
New Orleans with their two daughters.
Dominick Giambrone, Jr. J.D.
Assistant Commissioner/Sports Administration
Dominick Giambrone,
Jr., J.D. assumed the role
of Sun Belt Conference
Assistant Commissioner
for Championships in 2011
after serving the previous
year as the Assistant Com-
missioner for Compliance
and Educational Services.
In his position, he is
responsible for overseeing
the championship administration at the league’s 17
championship events. In addition to his champion-
ship administration duties, Giambrone serves as the
lead contact for the Sun Belt Fellows – a program
started in 2007 for member institutions young,
aspiring administrators to network with national
leaders of athletic administration.
While serving as the Assistant Commissioner
for Compliance and Educational Services, Giam-
brone oversaw the league’s compliance program
and was responsible for all NCAA and Sun Belt
Conference rules education and interpretation.
He was also the liaison to the FARs and Com-
pliance Directors on campus. During his time in
compliance at the league of ce Giambrone helped
streamline the league’s compliance eforts both
in the league of ce and on campus by ofering an
Academic Summit and Compliance Workshop once
a year for institution members.
The New Orleans, La., native returned to the
Sun Belt Conference of ce in October 2009 as the
Director of Compliance and Championships.
Giambrone served as the Assistant Athletic
Director for Compliance while at the University of
New Orleans where he was prior to his arrival at the
Sun Belt.
He graduated from Louisiana State University
in 2005 with a Business Administration degree and
also received his Juris Doctorate and a Sports Law
Certifcate from Tulane Law School in 2008.
A graduate of Fontainebleau (La.) High School,
Giambrone resides in Lakeview.
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Travis Llewellyn
Assistant Commissioner/Electronic Media
Travis Llewellyn
was named Director of
Multimedia/New Media for
the Sun Belt Conference
in December 2006 and
was elevated to the role of
Assistant Commissioner/
Electronic Media in June of
2008.
Llewellyn leads the Sun
Belt’s regional television
packages for the sports of
football, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, vol-
leyball, softball and baseball with networks like CSS
(Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast) and CST (Cox
Sports Television). Llewellyn is also the conference’s
liaison with national network partner ESPN.
During his time with the Sun Belt, Llewellyn
oversaw the launch of SBC Extra, the exclusive
home of live and on-demand video streaming on
www.sunbeltsports.org. With his assistance, the Sun
Belt’s on-line video became award winning produc-
tions in the sports of soccer, volleyball, softball and
baseball.
He previously worked from the fall of 2002
through December of 2005 with Ole Miss Sports
Productions in Oxford, Mississippi.
Llewellyn has also worked in the media rela-
tions department of United States Senator Mike
DeWine’s of ce in Washington, D.C., as an intern at
WCBI-TV in Columbus, Mississippi and at Comcast
SportsNet Washington, D.C.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in journal-
ism with an emphasis in broadcast and a minor in
political science from the University of Mississippi.
Keith Nunez
Assistant Commissioner/Communications
Keith Nunez was
promoted to Assistant
Commissioner for Commu-
nications on July 1, 2011
after serving the previous
year-and-a-half as the
league’s Director of Media
Relations.
Nunez has served as
the day-to-day contact for
cross country, soccer, vol-
leyball, men’s basketball,
golf, track and feld, softball and baseball. Presently,
Nunez serves as the contact for volleyball, women’s
basketball, tennis and baseball.
During his time with the league Nunez has
been instrumental in the publication of numer-
ous conference media guides and championship
programs.
Nunez was named Director of Media Relations
for the Sun Belt Conference in November 2009,
coming to the SBC after previously serving as the
Communications Manager at the U.S. Track & Field
and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTF-
CCCA).
While at the USTFCCCA, Nunez was respon-
sible for the day-to-day media operations of the
organization that represents over 5,000 NCAA track
& feld and cross country coaches, and the manage-
ment of the association’s website - www.ustfccca.
org. In addition to the day-to-day operations at
the USTFCCCA, Nunez also designed both the UST-
FCCCA.org website and TheBowerman.org website.
Nunez began his career at the Sun Belt
Conference working as the Media/Public Relations
Assistant from July 2006 to June 2007.
Nunez holds a Masters of Sports Administra-
tion degree from the University of New Orleans,
and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Louisiana State
University where he was an All-Southeastern Con-
ference member of the nationally recognized track
& feld program.
Additionally, Nunez has served on the media
relations stafs at the 2009, 2010 and 2011 Allstate
Sugar Bowls and was on the staf of the Allstate
Sugar Bowl Track & Field Classic during the 2010
and 2011 meets.
Nunez, a New Orleans native, resides in Metai-
rie with his wife Marci.
Erinn Banks, J.D.
Compliance Coordinator
Erinn Banks was
named the Sun Belt
Conference’s Compliance
Coordinator in July 2013.
Banks had previously
served as a Compliance
Assistant for the Sun
Belt during the 2012-13
academic year.
Banks is responsible
for researching applicable
NCAA Bylaws &
Interpretations in order to answer institution specifc
questions, review student-athlete fund requests for
approval and process National Letters of Intent and
enter Letters into the NLI database.
Prior to joining the Sun Belt, Banks served as a
Legal Extern at the Equal Employment Opportunity
Commission, a Compliance Intern at both Colorado
State University and Tulane University, a Legal
Intern at Health Law Advocates of Louisiana and a
Patient Account Representative at Centura Health in
Englewood, Colorado.
Banks received her Juris Doctorate from Tulane
University Law School in 2013 and a Bachelor of Arts
degree from Loyola University of New Orleans in
2009.
Michael Smith
General Sales Manager/Sun Belt Properties
Mike Smith joined the
XOS Digital staf in the
summer of 2012 assuming
the role of General Sales
Manager of The Sun Belt
Conference.
Smith comes from
the professional sports
ranks, having worked for
the New Orleans Hornets
of the NBA as Corporate
Business Development
Manager.
In his role with the Hornets, he was
responsible for selling corporate sponsorships
and premium tickets for the NBA club. Prior to the
Hornets, Michael worked as the Associate Director
of Athletics for External Relations at Florida Atlantic
University for one year.
Before working at FAU, Smith worked for
TeleSouth Communications, Inc. where he served as
the Director of College Sports Properties beginning
in 2008. He was responsible for the properties at
the University of Mississippi and Jackson State
University. In that role, Smith handled $3.3 million
in total royalty in 2009, $3.5 million in total revenue
collected in 2008 and more than 100 corporate
sponsors.
Prior to Ole Miss, Smith had a four-year stint
with Learfeld Communications, Inc. where his
primary responsibility was with Tar Heel Sports
Marketing at UNC Chapel Hill. He has also worked
with International Sports Properties (now IMG
College) at Georgia Tech in collegiate athletics
and outside the sports industry with the IBM
Corporation.
Smith received a Bachelor of Arts degree
in Communications from North Carolina State
University in 1995. He enjoys being with friends and
family, playing golf and watching sports in person
or on TV. Mike and his wife Katy reside in uptown
New Orleans.
Jake Sims
Sales & Operations Coordinator/Sun Belt Properties
Jake Sims enters
his second year with
XOS Digital and the Sun
Belt Conference as the
Sales and Operations
Coordinator.
Sims brought with him
two years of professional
sports experience as he
worked closely with the
New Orleans Hornets and
Washington Nationals
prior to his arrival.
With the Hornets, Sims sold a full menu to
corporate and individual prospects in his role as
New Business Development Executive. He was an
integral part of the sales staf during a time when
the team had a new owner and a top NBA draft
pick. He was the frst person on staf to pass his Full
Season Equivalences Revenue goal (FSE), and was
frst in both total Full Season Revenue and New FSE
Revenue for the Business Development team.
In his year with the Nationals baseball club,
Sims sold season tickets, group tickets, mini-plans
and premium seats to corporate and individual
prospects.
Sims is a 2010 graduate of the University of
Alabama where he earned a Bachelor of Science
degree in Commerce and Business Administration
with a major in Marketing.
The Huntsville, Ala. native is the son of John
and Dixie Sims, and has an older sister, Mallory
White. He is an avid golfer, and currently resides in
New Orleans.
Lindsey Joubert
Executive Assistant
Lindsey Joubert joined
the Sun Belt Conference
staf as an Executive
Assistant in May 2013.
In her role, Joubert
is responsible for
administrative duties as
well as organizational
responsibilities for the Sun
Belt Conference of ce. She
is heavily involved in the
planning process of Sun
Belt Conference meetings.
Joubert came to the Sun Belt Conference after
spending seven years as an Administrative Assistant
at Lakeview Christian Center. While there Joubert
was responsible with administrative support of the
church’s pastors and administration.
Joubert previously worked at Sales on Site
Promotions as an Of ce Manager and as an Of ce
Assistant at Bob Swanson Insurance.
Joubert is a native of Destrehan, La.
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Sun Belt Of ciating
Marty Adams
Steve Albitz
Terry Allgeier
Jason Autrey
Tony Backert
Jon Baden
Mark Bailey
Eduardo Balbis
Chris Barney
Keith Baxter
Gary Beasley
Grantis Bell
Jim Biddle
Tyrone Blanks
Lance Bobbitt
Mike Boles
Wes Booker
Jay Brown
Buddy Burt
Jef Chandler
Michael Clary
Chris Conway
Steve Coullias
Phillip Davenport
Brian Davis
Craig Dunn
Victor Firth
Walter Flowers
Tommy Garrett
Wayne Gautney
Jamie Grant
Steve Green
Bryan Greenwood
Bill Greer
Bill Gregory
Perry Havener
Jef Hilyer
Jef Hollingsworth
Bart Horne
Kenneth Hufhines
Stan Jackson
Keith Johnson
Greg Koslof
David LaFontaine
Doug Landry
William Lee
Greg LeFils, Jr.
Greg LeFils, Sr.
Charles Lewis
Marshall Lewis
Tommy Little
Steve Marlowe
Jason McArthur
Tom McCarter
Lee McCarthy
Scotty Melancon
Jonathon Middlebrooks
Alex Moore
Dan Moore
Paul Myers
Jay Neal
Scott Petersen
Sean Petty
Michael Prowell
Paul Schardein
Stan Sence
Jamal Shears
John Short
Tim Smith
Scott Solomon
William Sorah
Vern Sparling
James Stewart
Kevin Stine
Al Studstill
Michael Sweatman
Pete Tao
Ron Turner
Chad Walker
Stan Weihe
DuVal West
Fred Wiedower
Frank Wittenberg
Matt Young
Replay Of cials
David Almand
Gene Hartleb
Bob Kucera
John Layne
Bill Merritt

Communicators
Bobby Aillet
Toney Brasuell
Bryan Borill
Joe Bradley
Dan Davenport
Mike Miller
Thomas Miller
Ted Ruta
Andy Vervilles
Mike Wallace
J. E. Wells
Don Lucas
Coordinator of Football Of cials
Don Lucas is in his 13th year as the
Coordinator of Football Of cials for
the Sun Belt Conference. Lucas has
been with the Sun Belt Conference
every step of the way since the league
began sponsoring football.
A native of Winston-Salem, N.C., Lu-
cas graduated from Western Carolina
University with a bachelor of science degree and a master of
science degree in physical education. He has been a teacher,
coach, athletics director, recreation director and administrator
in public schools for 33 years and is retired from the Watauga
County School District in North Carolina.
Lucas was a long-time Southern Conference football and
men’s basketball of cial. He was a basketball of cial for 14
years and football of cial for 15 years. He also of ciated foot-
ball for two years in the Big East Conference.
During his tenure as a football of cial, Lucas of ciated
NCAA football playof games for nine years, including two
I-AA semifnal games and one Division II national champion-
ship game.
Lucas won the Silver Whistle Award in 1987 and 1989,
recognizing him as the Southern Conference’s top football
of cial. He also served two years as president of the South-
ern Conference Football Of cials Association and one year as
president of the North State Football Of cials Association.
Lucas was born on May 7, 1947 and has a son, Matt, is a
graduate of North Carolina State, where he played tennis. He
now works as the assitant men’s tennis coach at the University
of South Carolina.
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August 29
Southern Utah at South Alabama - TBA
Samford at Georgia State - 6 p.m.
August 30
Samford at Georgia State - 6 p.m.
August 31
Louisiana-Monroe at Oklahoma - 6 p.m. (Fox Sports Network PPV)
UAB at Troy - 6 p.m.
^ Kentucky vs. Western Kentucky - 6 p.m.
Arkansas Pine-Bluf at Arkansas State - TBA
Louisiana-Lafayette at Arkansas - TBA
Texas State at Southern Miss - TBA
September 7
South Alabama at Tulane - 2:30 p.m. (CST)
Tennessee-Chattanooga at Georgia State - 6 p.m.
Prairie View A&M at Texas State - 6 p.m.
Savannah State at Troy - 6 p.m.
Arkansas State at Auburn - TBA
Louisiana-Lafayette at Kansas State - TBA
Grambling at Louisiana-Monroe - TBA
Western Kentucky at Tennessee - TBA
September 12
* Troy at Arkansas State – TBA (ESPNU)
September 14
Georgia State at West Virginia - 11 a.m.
Louisiana-Monroe at Wake Forest - 11:30 a.m. (ESPN3)
Nicholls State at Louisiana-Lafayette - TBA
* Western Kentucky at South Alabama - TBA
September 21
Jacksonville State at Georgia State - 1 p.m.
Texas State at Texas Tech - 6 p.m.
Morgan State at Western Kentucky - 6 p.m.
Arkansas State at Memphis - TBA
Louisiana-Lafayette at Akron - TBA
Louisiana-Monroe at Baylor - TBA
Troy at Mississippi State - TBA
September 28
Wyoming at Texas State - 6 p.m.
Navy at Western Kentucky - 6 p.m.
Arkansas State at Missouri - TBA
Tulane at Louisiana-Monroe - TBA
South Alabama at Tennessee - TBA
Troy at Duke - TBA
October 3
* Western Kentucky at Louisiana-Monroe - 7:30 p.m. (ESPNU)
October 5
Georgia State at Alabama - TBA
* Texas State at Louisiana-Lafayette - TBA
* South Alabama at Troy - TBA
October 12
Troy at Georgia State - 1 p.m.
* Louisiana-Monroe at Texas State - 6 p.m.
Idaho at Arkansas State - TBA
October 15
* Louisiana-Lafayette at Western Kentucky - 7 p.m. (ESPN or ESPN2)
October 19
* Georgia State at Texas State - 6 p.m.
Kent State at South Alabama - TBA
October 22
* Louisiana-Lafayette at Arkansas State – TBA (ESPN or ESPN2)
October 26
* Troy at Western Kentucky - 3 p.m.
* South Alabama at Texas State - 6 p.m.
Georgia State at Louisiana-Monroe - TBA
October 31
* Louisiana-Monroe at Troy - TBA (ESPNU)
November 2
* Western Kentucky at Georgia State - 1 p.m.
Texas State at Idaho - 4 p.m.
* Arkansas State at South Alabama - TBA
New Mexico State at Louisiana-Lafayette - TBA
November 7
* Troy at Louisiana-Lafayette - TBA (ESPNU)
November 9
Western Kentucky at Army - 11 a.m.
* Arkansas State at Louisiana-Monroe - TBA
November 16
* Louisiana-Lafayette at Georgia State - 1 p.m.
* Texas State at Arkansas State - TBA
South Alabama at Navy - TBA
Troy at Mississippi - TBA
November 23
* Western Kentucky at Texas State - 6 p.m.
* Georgia State at Arkansas State - TBA
* Louisiana-Monroe at South Alabama - TBA
November 29
* Texas State at Troy - TBA
November 30
* South Alabama at Georgia State - 1 p.m.
* Arkansas State at Western Kentucky - 3 p.m.
* Louisiana-Monroe at Louisiana-Lafayette - TBA
December 7
* Louisiana-Lafayette at South Alabama - TBA
* denotes Sun Belt Conference game
^ Game to be played at LP Field in Nashville, Tenn.
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Quick Facts
Location .......................................................... Jonesboro, Arkansas
Founded .................................................................................. 1909
Enrollment ........................................................................... 13,877
Nickname ...................................................................... Red Wolves
Colors .......................................................................Scarlet & Black
Athletics Website.................................. www.astateredwolves.com
Primary Ofense .................................................................Multiple
Primary Defense.................................................................Multiple
All-Time Record ............................................................ 426-457-37
All-Time SBC Record ...............................................................42-37
2012 Record .............................................................................10-3
2012 SBC Record (Finish) ....................................................7-1 (1st)
SBC Championships ....................................................................... 3
Bowl Appearances......................................................................... 9
Bowl Record ........................................................................... 3-5-1
Lettermen Returning................................................................... 52
Ofense ................................................................................... 28
Defense .................................................................................. 21
Specialists ................................................................................. 3
Lettermen Lost ............................................................................ 22
Ofense ................................................................................... 10
Defense .................................................................................. 10
Specialists ................................................................................. 2
Starters Returning ....................................................................... 15
Ofense ..................................................................................... 7
Defense .................................................................................... 5
Specialists ................................................................................. 3
Starters Lost ................................................................................ 12
Ofense ..................................................................................... 4
Defense .................................................................................... 6
Specialists ................................................................................. 2
Stadium ........................................................ Liberty Bank Stadium
Capacity ............................................................................... 30,406
Playing Surface .................................................................ProGreen
Record .............................................................................. 116-69-1
First Game ....................................................... September 28, 1974
Largest Crowd: ..................................................................... 31,243
Liberty Bank Stadium
ASU was founded in Jonesboro in 1909 by the Arkansas Legislature as a regional agricultural training
school. It began ofering a two-year college program in 1918, then became First District Agricultural and
Mechanical College in 1925. A four-year degree program was begun in 1930, then A & M College became
Arkansas State College in 1933. The Arkansas Legislature elevated the college to university status and
changed the name to “Arkansas State University” in 1967.
Arkansas State University is a public university and is the fagship campus of the Arkansas State Univer-
sity System, the state’s second largest college system and university by enrollment. It is located atop 800
acres on Crowley’s Ridge in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
The university marked its centennial year in 2009.
Notable Alumni: Former NFL players Ray Brown, Carlos Emmons, Oren O’Neal, Cleo Lemon and Maurice
Carthon; Current NFL players Demario Davis (New York Jets), Bryan Hall (Baltimore Ravens), M.D. Jen-
nings (Green Bay Packers), Tyrell Johnson (Detroit Lions), David Johnson (Pittsburgh Steelers), Corey
Williams (Detroit Lions), Alex Carrington (Bufalo Bills), Derek Newton (Houston Texans), Don Jones
(Miami Dolphins), Brandon Joiner (Cincinnati Bengals) and Kelcie McCray (Miami Dolphins); Olympic
Gold Medalist Al Joyner; Betty Beene, President of the United Way; James Pardew, U.S. Ambassador; Earl
Bell, Olympic Medalist; Mike Beebe, Current Governor of Arkansas.
Dr. Tim Hudson
Chancellor
Nonie Wiggins
Faculty Representative
Terry Mohajir
Athletics Director
Stacey Willmott
SWA
Arkansas State Administration
Arkansas State University
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Red Wolves Football
2013 Schedule
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
AUG. 31 ARKANSASPINE BLUFF JONESBORO, ARK. TBA
Sept. 7 at Auburn Auburn, Ala. TBA
SEPT. 12 * TROY JONESBORO, ARK. TBA ESPNU
Sept. 21 at Memphis Memphis, Tenn. TBA
Sept. 28 at Missouri Columbia, Mo. TBA
OCT. 12 IDAHO JONESBORO, ARK. TBA
OCT. 22 * LOUISIANALAFAYETTE JONESBORO, ARK. TBA ESPN/ESPN2
Nov. 2 * at South Alabama Mobile, Ala. TBA
Nov. 9 * at Louisiana-Monroe Monroe, La. TBA
NOV. 16 * TEXAS STATE JONESBORO, ARK. TBA
NOV. 23 * GEORGIA STATE JONESBORO, ARK. TBA
Nov. 30 * at Western Kentucky Bowling Green, Ky. 3:00 PM
* Denotes Sun Belt game; All times central; Home games in BOLD CAPS; Subject to change
2012 Results
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
Sept. 1 at #5 Oregon Eugene, Ore. L, 34-57 (ESPN)
SEPT. 8 MEMPHIS JONESBORO, ARK. W, 3328 ESPN3
Sept. 15 at Nebraska Lincoln, Neb. L, 13-42 (ESPN2)
SEPT. 22 ALCORN STATE JONESBORO, ARK. W, 560 ESPN3
SEPT. 29 * WESTERN KENTUCKY JONESBORO, ARK. L, 1326 SUN BELT NET
Oct. 4 *at FIU Miami, Fla. W, 34-20 (ESPNU)
OCT. 13 * SOUTH ALABAMA JONESBORO, ARK. W, 3629
Oct. 23 * at Louisiana-Lafayette Lafayette, La. W, 50-27 (ESPN2)
Nov. 3 * at North Texas Denton, Texas W, 37-19
NOV. 8 * LOUISIANAMONROE JONESBORO, ARK. W, 4523 ESPNU
Nov. 17 * at Troy Troy, Ala. W, 41-34
DEC. 1 * MIDDLE TENNESSEE JONESBORO, ARK. W, 450 ESPN3
GODADDY.COM BOWL
Jan. 6 vs. #25 Kent State Mobile, Ala. W, 17-13 (ESPN)
* Denotes Sun Belt game; Home games in BOLD CAPS
Year School Record
First season as collegiate head coach
Harsin Year-by-Year as a Head Coach
Year Bowl/Playofs Results
1951 Tangerine Bowl - vs. Stetson L, 35-20
1952 Refrigerator Bowl - vs. Western Kentucky L, 34-19
1954 Tangerine Bowl - vs. East Texas State Tied 7-7
1968 Pecan Bowl - vs. North Dakota State L, 23-14
1969 Pecan Bowl - vs. Drake W, 29-21
1970 Pecan Bowl - vs. Central Missouri State W, 38-21
1984 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnalist
1985 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnalist
1986 I-AA Playofs National Runner-up
1987 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnalist
2005 New Orleans Bowl - vs. Southern Mississippi - Lafayette, La. L, 19-31
2011 GoDaddy.com Bowl vs. Northern Illinois - Mobile, Ala. L, 20-38
2012 GoDaddy.com Bowl vs. Kent State - Mobile, Ala. W, 17-13
Arkansas State in the Postseason
• Bryan Harsin, a 13-year coaching veteran at the NCAA FBS level who has coached in 10
bowl games as either an assistant or ofensive coordinator, was named the Red Wolves’
29th all-time head football coach on Dec. 12, 2012.
• Harsin, a fnalist for the 2009 Broyles Award recognizing the top assistant coach in the
country, has been associated with two nationally-prominent programs during his rise to
A-State’s head coach. Working closely with Chris Petersen at Boise State and Mack Brown
at Texas, two of the most well-respected coaches in the country, Harsin spent the last
seven seasons as an ofensive coordinator with the Broncos and Longhorns.
• Harsin served the last two seasons as Texas’ co-ofensive coordinator and quarterbacks
coach after spending the previous 10 on the Boise State staf, including the last fve as
ofensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach as well. During his tenure at both schools,
he guided ofenses that consistently ranked among the nation’s best in almost every
statistical category.
• In his frst season at Texas, he had the task of putting a new ofense in place with a young
group that featured 10 diferent freshmen and sophomores starting for the Longhorns.
Despite its youth, the ofense was able to put up over 500 yards of total ofense four times
and rank 21st nationally in rushing ofense with 202.6 yards per game. The team ran for
over 400 yards in back-to-back games against Kansas (441) and Texas Tech (439), marking
just the ffth and sixth 400-yard rushing performances by Texas since 1980. Harsin helped
guide three diferent starting quarterbacks to 2,360 yards and 12 touchdowns in addition
to the ofense creating four other passing touchdowns.
• His infuence on the ofense continued to pay dividends for 23rd-ranked Texas as the
Longhorns climbed 31 places to No. 24 in the nation in scoring with 36.1 points per game.
Under Harsin’s direction, Texas also generated 441 yards total ofense per game and
ranked ninth in the nation in passing ef ciency. The Longhorns posted over 400 yards
total ofense in nine games and scored at least 30 in eight, including a season-high 66
against Ole Miss. Texas’ Harsin-coached quarterbacks combined to throw 23 touchdowns
and both have a pass ef ciency rating that ranks among the top 20 players in the nation.
• He was at the helm of the Boise State ofense during a fve-year period where the Broncos
posted a 61-5 record that included two undefeated seasons, which were capped by Fiesta
Bowl wins over TCU in 2009 (14-0) and Oklahoma in 2006 (13-0). They reached at least
12 wins in four of his fve seasons as coordinator and had three Top 10 fnishes, including
ranking No. 5/6 in 2006, No. 4/4 in 2009, and No. 10/10 entering the 2010 bowl season. In
2008, they fnished just outside the Top 10 at No. 11/13.
• In his fve seasons as ofensive coordinator at Boise State, Harsin’s ofenses were in the
top fve nationally in scoring four times, capped by ranking frst in 2009 (42.2 ppg) and
second in 2010 (45.1 ppg). They also ranked second in 2006 (39.7 ppg), fourth in 2007
(42.4 ppg) and 12th in 2008 (37.6 ppg). In all, Boise State averaged 41.4 ppg during his
time as coordinator.
• The Broncos ranked in the Top 10 in total ofense in three of Harsin’s seasons as coordina-
tor and were no lower than 18th in all fve of his years, culminating in 2010 with an aver-
age of 521.3 ypg, which set the BSU school record and ranked second nationally. In those
fve seasons, the Broncos ofense averaged 459.9 ypg.
Head Coach Bryan Harsin
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Red Wolves Football
David Oku
RB - 5-10 - 195
Senior
Midwest City, Okla.
First Team All-Sun Belt Conference selection...1,061 rushing yards were the 10th most in
school history for a single season and his 16 rushing touchdowns tied the third most ever
by an ASU player, sixth most in Sun Belt history and ranked tied for 13th in the nation...
Also ended the season as the nation’s 59th-leading rusher and tied for 52nd in scoring...
His rushing total was the highest by an A-State player since Reggie Arnold tallied 1,074 in
2008...Oku’s 16 rushing touchdowns were the most by an ASU player since David Hines
picked up 16 as well in 1975...Ranked second in the Sun Belt Conference in total rushing
yards and third in rushing yards per game (81.6 ypg), while also leading the league in
scoring touchdowns (16 rush/1 receiving) and ranking tied for second in scoring (8.0
ppg).
J.D. McKissic
WR - 5-10 -185
Redshirt Sophomore
Phenix City, Ala.
Sun Belt Conference Freshman of the Year...Second Team All-Sun Belt Conference...One of
30 FBS players named to the Football Writers Association of America Freshman All-America
Team...GoDaddy.com Bowl Ofensive MVP...Finished the season with a school-record
103 receptions for 1,022 yards, the second most in ASU history, and fve touchdowns...
Responsible for the most receptions and receiving yards ever by a Sun Belt freshman...
Ranked second in receptions and third in receiving yards among all Sun Belt players, while
his receptions total was also the fourth most all-time in the conference’s history...McKissic’s
103 receptions this season led the nation among freshmen and his 1,022 yards were the
third most...Among all players, McKissic ranked seventh in catches and 34th in receiving
yards in the nation...Caught at least four passes in every game last season.
Qushaun Lee
LB - 5-11 - 225
Redshirt Junior
Prattville, Ala.
Honorable Mention All-Sun Belt Conference...Named the GoDaddy.com Bowl Defensive
MVP after recording a game-high 13 tackles, one tackle for loss and two pass break-
ups...Came up with the fourth-down tackle at ASU’s 20-yard line with 52 seconds left to
preserve A-State’s win over Kent State in the GoDaddy.com Bowl...Named the Sun Belt
Conference Defensive Player of the Week after recording a game-high 12 tackles, an
interception and a pass break-up during Arkansas State’s 34-20 victory at Florida Interna-
tional...Finished the year with a career-best 100 tackles (59 solo/41 assists), which were
the second most on the team and the third most by an ASU player since 2007...Ranked
sixth in the Sun Belt Conference and 75th in the nation in tackles per game (8.3).
Ryan Carrethers
DL - 6-2 - 310
Redshirt Senior
Nashville, Tenn.
First Team All-Sun Belt Conference...Started every game...Finished the year with a career-
best 68 tackles, which were the sixth most on the team and the most by an A-State interior
defensive lineman since Jon Bradley recorded 68 as well in 2002...He averaged 5.2 tackles
per game to rank tied for 39th in the Sun Belt Conference, but ahead of all other interior
defensive linemen in the league...Tallied a career-high 10 tackles against both Memphis
and South Alabama...Also had eight tackles, his third most of the season, against FIU...
Posted at least one tackle in all but one game and four or more in 11 outings...Recorded
3.5 tackles for loss and a half-sack in two games...Recorded one fumble recovery against
Nebraska...Athlon’s second team and Phil Steele’s third team preseason All-Sun Belt Confer-
ence choice.
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Red Wolves Roster
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Exp. Hometown/Previous School
1 Charleston Girley DB 6-1 190 So.-R 1L Pine Bluf, Ark. (Dollarway)
1 Carlos McCants WR 5-11 185 Sr.-R 3L Mobile, Ala. (LeFlore)
2 Noah Pearl RB 5-11 159 Jr. TR Kansas City, Mo. (Univ. of South Dakota)
3 Raziel Valgis DB 5-11 202 So. TR El Paso, Texas (Harding University)
4 Brian Davis K 5-11 160 Sr. 3L Brentwood, Tenn. (Brentwood)
4 R.J. Fleming WR 5-10 170 Sr. 3L Natchez, Miss. (Trinity Episcopal Day School)
4 Tre’ Fletcher DB 5-8 183 Fr.-R RS Powder Springs, Ga. (McEachern)
5 David Oku RB 5-10 195 Sr. 1L Midwest City, Okla. (Tennessee)
6 Frankie Jackson RB 5-9 185 Jr.-R 2L Baton Rouge, La. (Capitol)
7 Julian Jones WR 6-0 190 Sr.-R 3L Germantown, Tenn. (Germantown)
7 Todd Mays DB 5-11 200 Fr.-R RS Olive Branch, Miss. (Olive Branch)
8 Stephen Hogan QB 6-4 205 Fr.-R RS Greenwood, Ark. (Greenwood)
9 Chandler Rogers QB 6-2 210 Jr. TR Brookhaven, Miss. (Copiah-Lincoln (MS) CC)
10 Artez Brown DB 6-0 170 Jr. 2L Newport, Ark. (Newport)
10 Zach Davis QB 6-2 195 So.-R 1L Harrisburg, Ark. (Harrisburg)
11 Phillip Butterfeld QB 6-2 215 Sr.-R 3L Lake Hamilton, Ark. (Lake Hamilton)
11 Sterling Young DB 6-2 182 Jr.-R 2L Hoover, Ala. (Hoover)
12 Kyle Coleman DB 6-1 215 Jr. 2L Pine Bluf, Ark. (Watson Chapel)
12 Fredi Knighten QB 5-10 160 So. 1L Little Rock, Ark. (Pulaski Academy)
14 Chris Clinard DB 6-0 199 Jr. SQ Springdale, Ark. (Evangel)
14 Dezmond Stegall QB 6-1 208 Fr.-R RS Searcy, Ark. (Searcy)
15 Kendrick Daniels RB 5-7 155 Fr.-R RS Sulphur Springs, Texas (Sulpher Springs)
16 TeDarius Turner DB 5-8 175 So.-R 1L Memphis, Tenn. (Cordova)
18 Booker Mayes WR 5-11 162 Fr.-R RS Pine Bluf, Ark. (Dollarway)
19 Darion Griswold TE 6-5 240 So.-R 1L Dumas, Ark. (Dumas)
20 Blake Hughes WR 6-1 204 Fr.-R RS Little Rock, Ark. (Mills)
21 Sirgregory Thornton RB 5-11 190 Sr. 3L Memphis, Tenn. (Germantown)
22 Marquis Walker DB 5-10 179 Fr. HS Rison, Ark. (Rison)
23 J.D. McKissic WR 5-10 185 So.-R 1L Phenix City, Ala. (Central)
24 Andrew Tryon DB 5-10 185 Jr.-R 2L Little Rock, Ark. (Russellville)
26 DeKeathan Williams RB/DB 6-1 200 Fr.-R RS West Helena, Ark. (Central)
27 Tres Houston WR 6-2 183 So.-R RS College Park, Ga. (Northeast Mississippi CC)
28 Willie Fletcher DB 6-3 180 Fr.-R HS Carson, Calif. (Orange Lutheran)
29 Geofrey Anderson DB 5-6 186 Fr.-R RS Heber Springs, Ark. (Heber Springs)
29 Chris Humes DB 5-11 190 So. 1L Hoover, Ala. (Spain Park)
30 Kelsey Collins WR/DB 5-8 170 Jr.-R 2L Pine Bluf, Ark. (Pine Bluf)
32 Ryan Jacobs DB 6-1 185 Jr.-R 1L Evans, Ga. (Greenbrier)
33 Hunter Shantz DL 6-3 210 Fr.-R RS Cape Giradeau, Mo. (Cape Central)
34 Jason Card LB 6-0 212 Jr. 1L Memphis, Tenn. (Ridgeway)
35 Michael Gordon RB 5-9 190 So. 1L Camden, Miss. (Velma Jackson)
37 Eddie Porter LB/DE 6-3 235 Sr. 1L Woodlands, Texas (Blinn (TX) College)
38 Rocky Hayes WR/DB 5-11 177 So. 1L Hefin, Ala. (Cleburne County)
40 Justin Lovell WR 6-2 204 Fr.-R RS Newark, Ark. (Cedar Ridge)
41 LaAngelo Albright LB 5-11 205 Sr.-R 3L Prattville, Ala. (Prattville)
42 Chris Stone DE 6-3 245 So.-R 1L Daleville, Ala. (Daleville)
44 Brock Barnhill DB 6-0 176 Jr.-R 1L Mountain Home, Ark. (Mountain Home)
46 Christian Fluellen H-BACK 5-11 235 Fr.-R RS Duncanville, Texas (Duncanville)
48 Qushaun Lee LB 5-11 225 Jr.-R 2L Prattville, Ala. (Prattville)
50 Darius Buckley LB 5-10 223 Jr.-R 1L Memphis, Tenn. (Lambuth)
51 Cade Oliver DS 6-3 220 Sr.-R 1L Mansfeld, Texas (Kilgore (TX) JC)
52 Quanterio Heath LB 6-2 200 Fr.-R RS Rison, Ark. (Rison)
54 Garrett Kaufman LB 6-1 225 Fr. HS Bentonville, Ark. (Bentonville)
55 Brad Shearin LB 6-0 234 So. TR Jonesboro, Ark. (Univ. of Arkansas)
56 Ryan Eustace DS 6-0 185 Fr.-R RS Powder Springs, Ga. (Harrison)
57 Brian Anderson LB 5-11 245 So. HS Little Rock, Ark (Central)
58 Tyler Greve OL 6-3 290 Jr.-R 2L Jonesboro, Ark. (Jonesboro)
59 Jake Campbell OL 6-6 320 Sr.-R 3L Belleville, Ill. (Belleville East)
60 Steven Haunga OL 6-2 313 Sr.-R 1L Richmond, Calif. (College of the Canyons (CA))
61 Colton Jackson OL 6-5 240 Fr.-R RS Ozark, Ark. (Ozark)
62 Edwin Smith DL 5-11 261 Fr.-R RS North Little Rock, Ark. (Sylvan Hills)
63 Clif Mitchell OL 6-5 305 Sr.-R 3L Jasper, Texas (Jasper)
66 Patrick Ryan WR 6-1 185 Jr.-R RS Springdale, Ark. (Shiloh Christian)
67 Aaron Williams OL 6-5 324 Sr.-R 1L Moss Point, Miss. (Ariz. Western College)
68 Bryce Giddens OL 6-0 265 So. 1L Moultrie, Ga. (Colquitt County)
69 Alan Wright OL 6-4 295 Jr.-R 2L Cave City, Ark. (Cave City)
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Red Wolves Roster
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Exp. Hometown/Previous School
70 Devin Mondie OL 6-6 300 Fr.-R RS Olive Branch, Miss. (Olive Branch)
71 Steven Stevens OL 6-4 265 So.-R 1L Bay Minette, Ala. (Baldwin County)
72 Brennan Tutor OL 6-4 280 Jr. TR Pontotoc, Miss. (Itawamba (MS) CC)
73 Travis Bodenstein OL 6-5 310 So.-R RS Springdale, Ark. (Kansas)
75 Michael Flint OL 6-3 297 Fr.-R RS Oxford, Ala. (Oxford)
76 Robert Maxwell OL 6-3 297 Fr.-R RS Little Rock, Ark. (Parkview)
76 Austin Moreton DL 6-3 295 Fr.-R RS Fort Smith, Ark. (Southside)
77 Dexter Blackmon DL 6-4 283 Sr. 1L Selma, Ala. (Cofeyville (Kan.) CC)
79 Jemar Clark OL 6-6 305 Fr.-R RS McCrory, Ark. (McCrory)
80 William Boyd WR 6-1 195 Jr.-R 1L Cave City, Ark. (Cave City)
82 Warren Leapheart WR/DE 6-4 205 Fr.-R RS Morrilton, Ark. (Morrilton)
83 Dexter Samuel TE 6-2 225 Sr.-R 1L Hampton, Ark. (Hampton)
83 Quintaz Struble DL 6-2 235 Fr.-R RS Oklahoma City, Okla. (Heritage Hall)
84 Derek Keaton WR 5-11 170 So. 1L Camden, Ark. (Camden Fairview)
85 Lamarcus Cole DL 6-2 220 Fr.-R RS Little Rock, Ark. (Hall)
85 Clayton Davis TE 6-3 220 So. TR Paragould, Ark. (Greene County Tech)
87 Kenneth Rains TE 6-4 250 Jr.-R 2L Hot Springs, Ark. (Lake Hamilton)
88 Max Cof n P/K 5-11 180 Fr.-R RS Fayetteville, Ark. (Fayetteville)
89 Taylor Mason WR 6-0 166 So.-R 1L Jonesboro, Ark. (Valley View)
90 Desi Lane DL 5-11 240 Jr. TR Memphis, Tenn. (Arkansas-Monticello)
92 Darrius Rosser DL 6-4 260 Fr.-R RS Marion, Ark. (Marion)
93 Darius Dunaway DL 6-5 260 Sr.-R 3L Monroe, La. (Carroll)
94 Markel Owens DL 6-2 280 Jr.-R 2L Jackson, Tenn. (Liberty Tech)
96 John Gandy DL 6-0 245 Sr. 1L Houston, Texas (Blinn (Texas) College)
97 Amos Draper DL 6-3 270 Sr.-R 3L Tanner, Ala. (Tanner)
98 Ryan Carrethers DL 6-2 310 Sr.-R 3L Nashville, Tenn. (Brentwood Academy)
98 J.T. Finley DS 5-9 230 Fr.-R RS Fayetteville, Ark. (Fayetteville)
99 Luke Ferguson K 6-0 195 So. 1L Jonesboro, Ark. (Jonesboro)
99 C.J. Watson DL 5-11 235 Fr.-R RS Bryant, Ark. (Bryant)
2013 Signees
Name Ht. Wt. Cl. Pos. Hometown/Previous School
Irving Adams 6-0 195 Fr. S, Florence, Ala. (Florence)
Cameron Birse 6-2 215 Fr. QB Danville, Calif. (San Ramon Valley)
Logan Cart 6-4 300 Fr. DT Owensboro, Ky. (Owensboro Catholic)
Brandon Cox 5-8 165 Fr. WR Conway, Ark. (Conway)
Willie Fletcher 6-3 180 Fr. CB Carson, Calif. (Orange Lutheran) (El Camino (CA) College)
Jeremy Fulcher 6-1 175 Fr. S Dallas, Texas (Woodrow Wilson)
Jamaris Hart 5-9 170 Fr. CB Florence, Ala. (Florence)
Jonah Hill 6-3 235 Fr. TE Springfeld, Mo. (Hillcrest)
Money Hunter 6-1 180 Fr. S Prosper, Texas (Prosper)
Colin Janice 5-11 170 Fr. S Orange, Texas (West Orange-Stark)
Mark Johnson 6-2 180 Fr. LB Prescott, Ark. (Prescott)
Ja’Von Jones 6-2 220 Fr. DE Mesquite, Texas (Mesquite)
Garrett Kaufman 6-1 225 Fr. LB Bentonville, Ark. (Bentonville)
Adam Kennedy 6-5 219 Sr. QB Elk Grove, Calif. (Utah State)
Carl Lee, Jr. 6-3 190 Fr. WR Mobile, Ala. (McGill-Toolen)
Jabari Mathieu 6-3 240 Jr. DE Gardena, Calif. (El Camino (CA) College)
Jerry Moorehead 6-4 210 Fr. TE Camden, Ark. (Camden Fairview
Chris Odom 6-4 230 Fr. DE Arlington, Texas (Martin)
Dijon Paschal 6-2 185 Fr. WR Tallassee, Ala. (Tallassee)
Chandler Rogers 6-2 210 Jr. QB Brookhaven, Miss. (Copiah-Lincoln (MS) CC)
Brennan Tutor 6-4 280 Jr. OL Pontotoc, Miss. (Itawamba (MS) CC)
Adam Whalen 6-6 250 Fr. OL Lancaster, Calif. (Eastside)
Xavier Woodson 6-2 200 Fr. LB Eufaula, Ala. (Eufaula)
Coaching Staf
Head Coach: Bryan Harsin
Assistant HC/Tight Ends/Special Teams Coord.: Kent Riddle
Co-Ofensive Coordinator/Running Backs: Eliah Drinkwitz
Co-Ofensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks: Bush Hamdan
Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers: John Thompson
Cornerbacks/Recruiting Coordinator: Julius Brown
Safeties: Blake Baker
Ofensive Line: Brad Bedell
Defensive Line: Steve Caldwell
Wide Receivers: Anthony Tucker
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RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G
Oku, David 13 243 1105 44 1061 4.4 16 40 81.6
Hayes, Rocky 13 58 551 13 538 9.3 3 73 41.4
Aplin, Ryan 13 104 596 158 438 4.2 6 38 33.7
Jackson, F. 10 68 323 8 315 4.6 4 24 31.5
Smith, Rod 7 13 104 0 104 8.0 1 11 14.9
Knighten, Fredi 8 16 104 8 96 6.0 0 35 12.0
Thornton, S. 9 9 78 2 76 8.4 1 30 8.4
Gordon, Michael 9 7 45 0 45 6.4 0 15 5.0
McKissic, J.D. 13 2 13 0 13 6.5 0 7 1.0
Jarboe, Josh 13 6 13 1 12 2.0 0 7 0.9
Jacobs, Ryan 2 3 9 0 9 3.0 0 4 4.5
Davis, Zach 1 1 2 0 2 2.0 0 2 2.0
Fleming, R.J. 12 1 9 8 1 1.0 0 0 0.1
Collins, Kelsey 12 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
TEAM 9 8 0 29 -29 -3.6 0 0 -3.2
Total.......... 13 540 2952 271 2681 5.0 31 73 206.2
Opponents...... 13 498 2323 290 2033 4.1 15 45 156.4
PASSING G Ef c Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G
Aplin, Ryan 13 154.66 276-406-4 68.0 3342 24 74 257.1
Knighten, Fredi 8 159.92 3-5-1 60.0 44 1 33 5.5
Butterfled, P. 1 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
Total.......... 13 154.35 279-412-5 67.7 3386 25 74 260.5
Opponents...... 13 131.37 276-432-13 63.9 2955 21 51 227.3
RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G
McKissic, J.D. 13 103 1022 9.9 5 74 78.6
Jarboe, Josh 13 50 570 11.4 4 63 43.8
Stockemer, T. 10 31 483 15.6 3 70 48.3
Oku, David 13 20 159 7.9 1 43 12.2
Jones, Julian 13 13 394 30.3 7 72 30.3
Kincy, Anthony 13 11 98 8.9 1 25 7.5
Griswold, D. 12 10 172 17.2 0 29 14.3
Hayes, Rocky 13 10 45 4.5 0 9 3.5
McCants, Carlos 13 9 187 20.8 1 54 14.4
Fleming, R.J. 12 9 113 12.6 0 25 9.4
Jackson, F. 10 5 61 12.2 0 39 6.1
Murry, Kedric 13 4 28 7.0 3 11 2.2
Keaton, Derek 8 1 33 33.0 0 33 4.1
Muse, Allen 1 1 7 7.0 0 7 7.0
Smith, Andre 13 1 7 7.0 0 7 0.5
Total.......... 13 279 3386 12.1 25 74 260.5
Opponents...... 13 276 2955 10.7 21 51 227.3
PUNT RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Hayes, Rocky 9 33 3.7 0 22
McKissic, J.D. 2 -10 -5.0 0 0
Keaton, Derek 0 24 0.0 0 24
Total.......... 11 47 4.3 0 24
Opponents...... 18 110 6.1 1 21
INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Herrold, Nathan 4 119 29.8 0 45
Scales, Chaz 2 31 15.5 0 26
Young, Sterling 2 29 14.5 0 29
Holmes, Tausean 1 18 18.0 0 18
Blackmon, D. 1 0 0.0 0 0
Jones, Don 1 23 23.0 0 23
Lee, Qushaun 1 2 2.0 0 2
Stone, Chris 1 5 5.0 0 5
Total.......... 13 227 17.5 0 45
Opponents...... 5 121 24.2 1 70
KICK RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Hayes, Rocky 20 380 19.0 0 36
Jackson, F. 9 188 20.9 0 27
Oku, David 4 71 17.8 0 22
Tryon, Andrew 2 33 16.5 0 19
Gordon, Michael 1 33 33.0 0 33
Knighten, Fredi 1 7 7.0 0 7
Total.......... 37 712 19.2 0 36
Opponents...... 55 1045 19.0 0 51
|- PATs -|
SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points
Davis, Brian 0 17-21 53-56 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 104
Oku, David 17 0-0 0-0 1-1 0 0-0 0 0 104
Jones, Julian 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 42
Aplin, Ryan 6 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0-0 0 0 36
McKissic, J.D. 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30
Jarboe, Josh 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24
Jackson, F. 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24
Hayes, Rocky 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Stockemer, T. 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Murry, Kedric 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Lee, Qushaun 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Kincy, Anthony 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Wright, Ronnell 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Thornton, S. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Smith, Rod 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
McCants, Carlos 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Total.......... 58 17-21 53-56 1-2 0 0-0 0 0 454
Opponents...... 39 15-19 33-35 0-0 2 2-3 0 1 318
TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G
Aplin, Ryan 13 510 438 3342 3780 290.8
Oku, David 13 243 1061 0 1061 81.6
Hayes, Rocky 13 58 538 0 538 41.4
Jackson, F. 10 68 315 0 315 31.5
Knighten, Fredi 8 21 96 44 140 17.5
Smith, Rod 7 13 104 0 104 14.9
Thornton, S. 9 9 76 0 76 8.4
Gordon, Michael 9 7 45 0 45 5.0
McKissic, J.D. 13 2 13 0 13 1.0
Jarboe, Josh 13 6 12 0 12 0.9
Jacobs, Ryan 2 3 9 0 9 4.5
Davis, Zach 1 1 2 0 2 2.0
Fleming, R.J. 12 1 1 0 1 0.1
TEAM 9 8 -29 0 -29 -3.2
Total.......... 13 952 2681 3386 6067 466.7
Opponents...... 13 930 2033 2955 4988 383.7
FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk
Davis, Brian 17-21 81.0 0-0 9-10 5-7 3-4 0-0 47 0
PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd
Sullivent, N. 28 1056 37.7 58 3 3 2 1
Wilbourn, Ryan 18 677 37.6 48 1 7 4 1
Aplin, Ryan 3 80 26.7 41 1 0 2 0
TEAM 2 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0
Total.......... 51 1813 35.5 58 5 10 8 2
Opponents...... 58 2443 42.1 67 4 16 30 0
ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G
Oku, David 13 1061 159 0 71 0 1291 99.3
McKissic, J.D. 13 13 1022 -10 0 0 1025 78.8
Hayes, Rocky 13 538 45 33 380 0 996 76.6
Jarboe, Josh 13 12 570 0 0 0 582 44.8
Jackson, F. 10 315 61 0 188 0 564 56.4
Stockemer, T. 10 0 483 0 0 0 483 48.3
Aplin, Ryan 13 438 0 0 0 0 438 33.7
Jones, Julian 13 0 394 0 0 0 394 30.3
McCants, Carlos 13 0 187 0 0 0 187 14.4
Griswold, D. 12 0 172 0 0 0 172 14.3
Herrold, Nathan 13 0 0 0 0 119 119 9.2
Fleming, R.J. 12 1 113 0 0 0 114 9.5
Smith, Rod 7 104 0 0 0 0 104 14.9
Knighten, Fredi 8 96 0 0 7 0 103 12.9
Kincy, Anthony 13 0 98 0 0 0 98 7.5
Gordon, Michael 9 45 7 0 33 0 85 9.4
Thornton, S. 9 76 0 0 0 0 76 8.4
Keaton, Derek 8 0 33 24 0 0 57 7.1
Tryon, Andrew 13 0 0 0 33 0 33 2.5
Scales, Chaz 13 0 0 0 0 31 31 2.4
Young, Sterling 13 0 0 0 0 29 29 2.2
Murry, Kedric 13 0 28 0 0 0 28 2.2
Jones, Don 13 0 0 0 0 23 23 1.8
Holmes, Tausean 9 0 0 0 0 18 18 2.0
Jacobs, Ryan 2 9 0 0 0 0 9 4.5
Muse, Allen 1 0 7 0 0 0 7 7.0
Smith, Andre 13 0 7 0 0 0 7 0.5
Stone, Chris 13 0 0 0 0 5 5 0.4
Davis, Zach 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 2.0
Lee, Qushaun 12 0 0 0 0 2 2 0.2
TEAM 9 -29 0 0 0 0 -29 -3.2
Total.......... 13 2681 3386 47 712 227 7053 542.5
Opponents...... 13 2033 2955 110 1045 121 6264 481.8
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DEFENSIVE LEADERS
GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf
Herrold, Nathan 13 48 66 114 10.0-32 2.0-16 4-119 5 . 2-6 2 . .
Lee, Qushaun 12 59 41 100 2.5-7 . 1-2 5 . 0-1 2 . .
Jones, Don 13 45 29 74 5.5-14 . 1-23 2 . . . . .
Starson, Tim 13 26 47 73 13.0-49 5.0-23 . 1 . 1-0 . . .
Young, Sterling 13 40 31 71 1.5-2 . 2-29 6 . 1-26 . . .
Carrethers, R. 13 17 51 68 3.5-14 1.0-3 . . . 1-0 . . .
Nelms, Nick 13 24 38 62 5.0-20 0.5-5 . 2 . . 1 . .
Lorigan, Cole 13 30 20 50 1.0-6 . . 1 . . . . .
Scales, Chaz 13 31 14 45 1.0-1 . 2-31 7 . . . . .
Tryon, Andrew 13 28 10 38 . . . 5 . . . . .
Stone, Chris 13 15 21 36 3.0-16 1.0-5 1-5 3 . . . . .
Porter, Eddie 12 12 22 34 5.5-26 2.5-19 . 2 . 1-33 4 . .
Wright, Ronnell 12 11 18 29 2.0-10 1.5-10 . 1 1 1-7 . . .
Coleman, Kyle 13 11 14 25 2.0-4 . . 1 . 1-0 . . .
Brown, Artez 12 16 8 24 2.0-5 1.0-2 . 3 . . . . .
Draper, Amos 13 10 11 21 8.0-28 2.0-11 . . . . 1 1 .
Humes, Chris 13 10 11 21 . . . . . . . . .
Holmes, Tausean 9 14 6 20 . . 1-18 2 1 . . . .
Blackmon, D. 10 7 10 17 1.0-1 . 1-0 . . . . . .
Jackson, S. 10 6 9 15 4.0-23 1.5-18 . . . 1-0 1 . .
Collins, Kelsey 12 7 5 12 . . . . . . . . .
Jones, Julian 13 4 2 6 . . . . . . . . .
Victorian, J. 4 3 3 6 . . . . . . . . .
Triplett, T. 7 2 4 6 . . . . . . . . .
Albright, L. 3 3 2 5 0.5-4 . . . . . . . .
Total.......... 13 495 509 1004 74-274 19-121 13-227 46 2 10-73 12 1 .
Opponents...... 13 489 530 1019 67.0-235 15-110 5-121 28 6 9-0 8 2 1
2012 Red Wolves Stats
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Quick Facts
Location ........................................................................Atlanta, Ga.
Founded .................................................................................. 1913
Enrollment ........................................................................... 23,000
Nickname .......................................................................... Panthers
Colors ..........................................................................Blue & White
Athletics Website.............................. www.georgiastatesports.com
Primary Ofense .................................................................Multiple
Primary Defense.........................................................................4-3
All-Time Record ......................................................................10-23
All-Time SBC Record ...................................................................n/a
2012 Record .............................................................................1-10
2012 SBC Record (Finish) ............................................................n/a
SBC Championships ....................................................................n/a
Bowl Appearances........................................................................ 0
Bowl Record ...............................................................................n/a
Lettermen Returning................................................................... 48
Ofense ................................................................................... 23
Defense .................................................................................. 21
Specialists ................................................................................. 4
Lettermen Lost ............................................................................ 16
Ofense ..................................................................................... 7
Defense .................................................................................... 8
Specialists ................................................................................. 1
Starters Returning ....................................................................... 19
Ofense ..................................................................................... 9
Defense .................................................................................... 8
Specialists ................................................................................. 2
Starters Lost .................................................................................. 5
Ofense ..................................................................................... 2
Defense .................................................................................... 3
Specialists ................................................................................. 0
Stadium ....................................................................Georgia Dome
Capacity ......................................................... 28,155 (Lower Bowl)
Playing Surface .................................................................Field Turf
Record ......................................................................................8-11
First Game ...................................................................Sept. 2, 2010
Largest Crowd: ..................................................................... 30,237
The Georgia Dome
Georgia State Administration
Georgia State is the second largest university in the state of Georgia and is located in downtown Atlanta.
GSU was originally a founding member of the Sun Belt Conference and has been af liated with the
Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) since 2005. GSU ofers 16 varsity sports at the NCAA Division I level.
The Panthers began competing in the sport of football in 2010 and are led by head coach Bill Curry. They
play their games in the Georgia Dome.
GSU will be eligible to play in the Sun Belt Conference for the 2013-14 academic year, but would be
eligible for postseason football or the league’s football championship in 2013; however its games would
count towards the Sun Belt football standings.
GSU currently meets all standards with the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate (APR) and has a budget of
over $22 million. The Atlanta metro area is the eighth largest designated market area (DMA) in the United
States.
Notable Alumni: Charles Shapiro, former ambassador to Venezuela, Deputy Assistant Secretary at the US
State Department; Jody Powell, former White House Press Secretary; Ken Lewis, CEO of Bank of America;
David Brown, former host of public radio show Marketplace; Glenn Richardson, former Speaker, Georgia
House of Representatives; Ludacris, musician, actor.
Dr. Mark P. Becker
President
Dr. George Pierce
Faculty Representative
Cheryl Levick
Athletics Director
Jamie Boggs
SWA
Georgia State University
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Panther Football
2013 Schedule
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
AUG. 30 SAMFORD ATLANTA, GA. 6:00 PM
SEPT. 7 CHATTANOOGA ATLANTA, GA. 1:00 PM
Sept. 14 at West Virginia Morgantown, W. Va. 11:00 AM
SEPT. 21 JACKSONVILLE STATE ATLANTA, GA. 1:00 PM
Oct. 5 at Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. TBA
OCT. 12 * TROY ATLANTA, GA. 1:00 PM
Oct. 19 * at Texas State San Marcos, Texas 6:00 PM
Oct. 26 * at Louisiana Monroe Monroe, La. TBA
NOV. 2 * WESTERN KENTUCKY ATLANTA, GA. 1:00 PM
NOV. 16 * LOUISIANALAFAYETTE ATLANTA, GA. 1:00 PM
Nov. 23 * at Arkansas State Jonesboro, Ark. TBA
NOV. 30 * SOUTH ALABAMA ATLANTA, GA. 1:00 PM
* Denotes Sun Belt game; All times central; Home games in BOLD CAPS; Subject to change
2012 Results
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
AUG. 30 SOUTH CAROLINA STATE ATLANTA, GA. L, 633 CSS
Sept. 8 at Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. L, 13-51 (PPV)
SEPT. 15 UTSA ATLANTA, GA. L, 1438
SEPT. 22 RICHMOND ATLANTA, GA. L, 1435
Sept. 29 at William & Mary Williamsburg, Va. L, 3-35 (CSS)
OCT. 6 NEW HAMPSHIRE ATLANTA, GA. L, 2144
Oct. 13 at Rhode Island Kingston, R.I. W, 41-7
OCT. 20 VILLANOVA ATLANTA, GA. L, 2449
Oct. 27 at James Madison Harrisonburg, Va. L, 28-21
NOV. 3 OLD DOMINION ATLANTA, GA. L, 2753
Nov. 10 at Maine Orono, Maine L, 7-51
* Denotes Sun Belt game; Home games in BOLD CAPS
Year School Record
2008 Indiana State 0-12
2009 Indiana State 1-10
2010 Indiana State 6-5
2011 Indiana State 6-5
2012 Indiana State 7-4
Total Five years 20-36
Miles Year-by-Year as a Head Coach
Year Bowl/Playofs Results
None yet
Georgia State in the Postseason
• Trent Miles, who engineered a dramatic turnaround in fve seasons at Indiana State
University, is the new head football coach at Georgia State University. Miles, the 2012
Region Four Coach of the Year by the American Football Coaches Association, was of-
fcially introduced by GSU President Mark Becker and Director of Athletics Cheryl L. Levick
on December 3, 2012.
• A former assistant coach at Stanford, Notre Dame and Washington, Miles takes the helm
of the GSU program following the retirement of Bill Curry, the program’s head coach
since its inception in 2008. After completing its third season of play in 2012, Georgia State
moves to the Sun Belt Conference in 2013, which will mark the second and fnal year of
the program’s transition to the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS).
• Despite taking over a struggling Indiana State program that had won just one game in
the three seasons before his arrival in 2008, Miles led the Sycamores to winning records
the last three years. In 2010, he was honored as Missouri Valley Football Conference
Coach of the Year and was a fnalist for the Eddie Robinson National Coach of the Year
Award and the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year honor.
• It took just three years for Miles to produce a winning season as he led his 2010 Syca-
mores to a 6-5 mark for the school’s frst winning campaign since 1996.
• An Indiana State graduate, Miles guided his alma mater to another winning season in
2011 and then a 7-4 record in 2012, including a 5-3 mark in the MVFC. No Sycamore team
has won more games since the 1984 squad on which Miles played, and the school’s cur-
rent run of three straight winning seasons is the longest in Terre Haute since ISU had six
straight from 1964-69.
• Following the 2012 season, Miles was honored as the AFCA Region Four Coach of the
Year, earning that distinction for the second time in three seasons.
• Under Miles’ direction, ISU rose as high as No. 14 in the national polls and up to No. 5 in
the GridIron Power Index in 2012. The No. 14 national ranking in The Sports Network Top
25 was the Sycamores’ highest since joining the MVFC in 1987 as well as the highest in the
Trent Miles era.
• Throughout his career, Miles has coached on both sides of the ball and possesses more
than 20 years of college coaching experience as well as one year as a National Football
League assistant with the Green Bay Packers. As an ofensive assistant for the Packers
in 2000, Miles worked with wide receivers and quality control. He coached NFL All-Pro
receiver Antonio Freeman.
• In the seven years following at Stanford (wide receivers, 2001), Notre Dame (wide
receivers, 2002-04) and Washington (running backs, 2005-07), Miles also coached and
developed many talented skill players.
• Miles began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Indiana State (1987), New
Mexico (1988-89) and Oklahoma (1990). Miles moved to an assistant coaching position
at Northern Illinois for four seasons, working with receivers (1991-93) and then defensive
backs (1994). Miles then headed west for a two-year stint at Hawai’i, where he coached
wide receivers (1995) and defensive backs (1996).
• As wide receivers coach at Fresno State from 1997-99, Miles helped the Bulldogs to a
share of the 1999 Mountain West Conference title and a berth in the Las Vegas Bowl. He
also recruited and coached future NFL standout Bernard Berrian.
Head Coach Trent Miles
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Panther Football
Albert Wilson
WR/RS - 5-9 - 200
Senior
Port St. Lucie, Florida
The leading receiver in GSU history with 104 receptions for 2,013 yards and 15
touchdowns and an average of 19.4 yards per catch…All but one of his 15 touchdown
receptions are 25 yards or longer, and seven are more than 50 yards…Has 11 career
receptions of 50 yards or longer…Involved in six of the eight longest plays in GSU history
touchdown catches of 93, 84, 78 and 64 yards and kickof returns of 100 and 97 yards…
Seven 100-yard receiving games…Carer total of 3,952 all-purpose yards, an average of
131.7 yards per game of receiving, rushing and returns…Has returned two kickofs for
touchdowns while averaging 25.1 yards per return…The Panthers’ all-time leading scorer
with 17 touchdowns for 102 points…2012 CAA Co-Special Teams Player of the Year and a
frst-team all-conference honoree…Earned frst-team All-CAA honors as a kickof returner
and third-team accolades as a wide receiver.
Terrance Woodard
DL - 6-4 - 305
Senior
Ocilla, Georgia
Georgia State’s Most Valuable Player on Defense in 2012…Third on the team in tackles
with 59…Also had one sack, 2.5 tackles for loss, two pass breakups and a fumble
recovery…Career-high 10 tackles at Tennessee, along with a fumble recovery and a pass
breakup…Had eight tackles each versus William & Mary and UTSA…Moved into starting
role in 2012 after two years as a backup.
Ulrick John
OL - 6-8 - 290
Senior
Hinesville, Georgia
Talented, athletic ofensive lineman and the Panthers’ starting left tackle…Versatile
enough to play anywhere on the line and has started games at tackle, guard and center
in his career…Started 10 of 11 games at left tackle in 2012, giving way only on Senior
Day…Blocked for Donald Russell, the CAA’s leading rusher when he sufered a season-
ending injury after eight games…Started at three diferent positions in the frst fve
games of 2011, including left tackle, center and left guard.
Matt Hubbard
P - 6-4 - 235
Junior
Peachtree City, Georgia
All-conference punter with a career average of 42.6 yards per punt in two seasons as the
starter…Earned second-team All-CAA honors in 2012…Ranked second in the CAA with a
43.1-yard average…Had 21 punts of 50 yards or longer…Opened the season by averaging
62.2 yards on fve punts against South Carolina State. That surpasses the NCAA FCS and
FBS records but will not count as an NCAA record due to GSU’s reclassifcation. Named CAA
Specialist of the Week and FCS National Special Teams Player of the Week on Sept. 3 for
that performance…His third punt against SCSU was a school-record 80-yarder…Averaged
41.9 yards per punt as a freshman in 2011 to ranked 15th in FCS.
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Panther Roster
No. Name Cl. Ht. Wt. Pos. Hometown/Previous School
1 Nate Anthony CB 5’9 190 Sr.-R Conley, Ga./Columbia
2 Albert Wilson WR 5’9 200 Sr. Port St. Lucie, Fla./Port St. Lucie
3 Tarris Batiste LB 6’2 210 So.-R Cartersville, Ga./Cass/Indiana State
4 Kelton Hill S 6’0 185 Sr.-R Douglasville, Ga./Lithia Springs
5 Demarius Matthews CB 5’10 165 Sr. Powder Springs, Ga./McEachern
6 Darren McCray WR 5’7 150 Sr.-R Columbus, Ga./Spencer
7 Parris Lee RB 5’9 190 Sr.-R Jacksonville, Fla./Fletcher
8 Jordan Giles WR 6’1 195 Sr.-R Columbia, S.C./Spring Valley
9 Brent McClendon CB 5’9 180 Sr.-R Atlanta, Ga./Mays
10 Robert Ferguson LB 6’1 230 Sr.-R Belle Glade, Fla./Glades Central
11 Clay Chastain QB 6’4 218 So. Powder Springs, Ga./Harrison/Georgia Military
12 Arington Jordan S 5’11 193 Sr.-R Bourbonnous, Ill./Bradley-Bourbonnous
13 Lynquez Blair WR 5’10 175 Jr. Swainsboro, Ga./Swainsboro
14 Duvall Smith RB 5’10 208 Jr.-R Roswell, Ga./Roswell
15 Tyshaun Clemmons DB/WR 6’1 205 Fr. Calhoun, Ga./Gordon Central
16 Ben McLane QB 6’1 210 So.-R Snellville, Ga./Brookwood
16 Robert Smith LB 6’0 200 Jr.-R Powder Springs, Ga./McEachern/Southern
17 C.J. Scott CB 5’11 185 Jr.-R Lyons, Ga./Toombs County/Shorter
17 Danny Williams WR 6’4 205 Sr.-R Orlando, Fla./Boone
18 Ronnie Bell QB 5’11 180 So.-R Fayetteville, Ga./Sandy Creek/Ohio
19 Robert Davis WR 6’3 190 Fr. Warner Robins, Ga./Northside
20 Ladarion Young S 6’1 185 Fr.-R Pensacola, Fla./Pensacola Catholic
21 Travis Evans RB 5’11 190 Sr.-R Williston, Fla./Williston
22 Jonathan Jean-Bart RB 5’11 195 Fr. McDonough, Ga./Henry County
23 Robert Dowling DB 5’10 175 Fr. Marietta, Ga./Lassiter
24 Kail Singleton S 6’2 212 Sr.-R Temple, Ga./Bremen
25 Cole Moon LB 6’3 215 Jr.-R Atlanta, Ga./St. Pius X
25 Kyler Neal RB 5’11 205 Fr. Dallas, Ga./East Paulding
26 Jamal Ransby CB 5’8 172 Sr. Newnan, Ga./Newnan
27 Bruce Dukes CB 5’10 187 Jr. Tyrone, Ga./Sandy Creek/UCF
28 Gerald Howse RB 6’2 215 Jr. Murfreesboro, Tenn./Siegel/NE Oklahoma A&M
29 Rashad Stewart S 5’10 190 Sr.-R Marietta, Ga./Wheeler/Louisville
30 Nick Henderson S 6’1 195 So.-R Roswell, Ga./Roswell
31 Dontavis Crocker RB 5’9 185 Jr.-R Columbus, Ga./Jordan/Hutchinson CC
32 Allen McKay LB 6’2 213 Sr.-R Buena Vista, Ga./Marion County
33 Kight Dallas LB 6’2 230 Fr. Stone Mountain, Ga./Stephenson
34 Jamaal May S 5’10 190 Jr.-R Locust Grove, Ga./Luella
35 Myles Morris CB 5’8 172 Fr.-R Greensboro, N.C./Smith
36 Bryan Williams LB 6’3 200 So. Miramar, Fla./Miramar
37 Trent Hill DB 5’10 175 Fr. Atlanta, Ga./Martin Luther King
38 Jameel Spencer LB 6’2 210 Fr. Atlanta, Ga./Woodward Academy
39 Rendell Wilder RB 5’8 185 Jr.-R Decatur, Ga./Tucker
40 Tyler Nemec WR 5’11 194 Fr.-R Suwanee, Ga./North Gwinnett
41 Alberry Melson DL 6’1 245 Jr. Newnan, Ga./Newnan/Virginia Union
42 Dionte Rosser LB 6’1 225 So.-R LaGrange, Ga./Callaway/Virginia Union
43 Mackendy Cheridor DE/OLB 6’5 230 Fr. Decatur, Ga./Columbia
44 Joseph Peterson LB 6’0 220 So. Dothan, Ala./Dothan
45 Keith Rucker TE 6’3 225 Fr. Cincinnati, Ohio/Moeller
46 Jarrell Robinson LB 6’2 215 Jr.-R Portal , Ga./Portal
47 Sean Jeppesen FB 6’0 220 Jr.-R Fortson, Ga./Harris County/West Georgia
48 Anthony Hudgins FB 6’2 230 Jr.-R Columbus, Ga./Shaw/Shorter
49 Matt Hubbard P 6’4 235 Jr. Peachtree City, Ga./Starr’s Mill
50 Tim Wynn G 6’3 285 Jr.-R Atlanta, Ga./Mays
51 Trey Payne LB 6’0 235 Fr. Warner Robins, Ga./Northside
52 Tevin Jones DL 6’4 260 Fr. Hampton, Ga./Luella
53 Tanner Strickland LB 6’3 260 Fr.-R Zebulon, Ga./Pike County
54 Scott McQueen SN 6’0 245 Sr.-R Buford, Ga./North Gwinnett
55 Carnell Hopson DL 6’2 255 Fr. Dallas, Ga./South Paulding
56 Ulrick John T 6’8 290 Sr. Hinesville, Ga./Bradwell Institute
57 Jamal Aquil LB 6’2 215 Jr.-R Jackson, Ga./Jackson/Shorter
58 Jah-Mai Davidson T 6’4 275 Fr.-R Snellville, Ga./Brookwood
59 Garrett Gorringe G 6’4 290 Fr.-R Lawrenceville, Ga./Grayson
60 Cade Yates G 6’1 280 Sr.-R Roswell, Ga./Roswell
61 Marcus Stetzer DL 6’0 250 Jr.-R Columbus, Ga./Shaw
62 Will Cunningham DL 6’2 270 Fr. Cape Coral, Fla./Ida Baker
63 Davis Moore OL 6’5 290 Fr. Loganville, Ga./Loganville
64 Treavor Flannigan T 6’5 272 Fr.-R Trion, Ga./Trion
65 Brandon Pertile OT 6’4 295 Fr. Clearwater, Fla./Countryside
66 Nick Nesmith T 6’3 260 Sr.-R Cumming, Ga./Forsyth Central
67 David Huey DL 6’2 290 So.-R Antioch, Tenn./Pearl-Cohn
68 Michael Davis C 6’3 290 Sr.-R Lithonia, Ga./Chamblee
69 Ronald Martin C 6’1 280 Jr.-R Conyers, Ga./Rockdale County
70 Ramell Davis T 6’7 290 Sr.-R St. Matthews, S.C./Calhoun County
71 Mark Ruskell C 6’3 290 Fr.-R Duluth, Ga./Duluth
72 Harrison Clottey G 6’5 310 Sr.-R Loganville, Ga./Grayson
73 George Rogers DL 6’3 310 Jr. Stillwater, Okla./Stillwater/NE Oklahoma A&M
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No. Name Cl. Ht. Wt. Pos. Hometown/Previous School
74 Daniel Zeigler OL 6’5 260 Fr. Snellville, Ga./South Gwinnett
75 Terrance Woodard DL 6’4 305 Sr. Ocilla, Ga./Irwin County
76 Terry Hollingshed DL 6’3 262 Jr.-R Norcross, Ga./Norcross/Gardner-Webb
77 A.J. Kaplan OL 6’5 305 Jr. Las Vegas, Nev./Faith Lutheran/Palomar
78 Cristian Perez DL 6’0 275 Jr.-R Dalton, Ga./SE Whitfeld/Cumberlands
79 Grant King T 6’5 295 Sr.-R Columbia, S.C./Spring Valley
80 Avery Sweeting WR 5’8 160 So. Brunswick, Ga./Brunswick
81 D.L. Stephens WR 6’0 185 Jr.-R Snellville, Ga./Shiloh/Morehead State
82 Jalen Hamilton WR 5’7 172 Fr.-R Hampton, Ga./Lovejoy
83 Sebastian Willer TE 6’5 255 Fr. Calhoun, Ga./Calhoun
84 Bill Teknipp TE 6’5 225 Fr. McDonough, Ga./Eagle’s Landing
85 Shawayne Lawrence DE 6’4 250 Fr. McDonough, Ga./Eagle’s Landing
86 Joel Brooks WR 6’0 178 Fr.-R Acworth, Ga./North Paulding
87 Nathaniel Minor WR 6’2 180 Jr. Lilburn, Ga./Brookwood
88 Joel Ruiz TE 6’4 230 Jr.-R Kingsland, Ga./Camden County/Presbyterian
89 Drew Pearson TE 6’5 235 Jr.-R Lindale, Ga./Pepperell
90 Joe Lockley DL 6’1 298 So. Portal, Ga./Portal
91 Nermin Delic DL 6’4 285 Jr.-R Tunnel Hill, Ga./Northwest Whitfeld/Kentucky
92 Theo Agnew DL 6’4 280 Sr.-R Windsor, Conn./Northwest Catholic/Massachusetts
93 David Miller P-PK 5’11 172 Jr. Hinesville, Ga./Bradwell Institute
94 Justin Forrister SN 6’3 250 Fr.-R Douglasville, Ga./South Paulding
95 John Kelly LB 6’5 245 Sr. Norcross, Ga./Norcross/Nevada
96 Wil Lutz PK 6’0 190 So. Newnan, Ga./Northgate
97 Jalen Lawrence DL 6’1 275 Fr. Macon, Ga./Westside
98 Nate Paxton DL 6’1 245 So.-R Scottdale, Ga./Clarkston
99 Melvin King LB 6’3 225 So. Hinesville,Ga./Liberty County
Jarvis Hicks WR 6’3 180 Jr.-R Albany, Ga./Albany/Albany State
Alex Stoehr OL 6’2 275 Fr. Suwanee, Ga./North Gwinnett
2013 Signees
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown/Previous School
Davis Moore OL 6-5 290 Loganville, Ga./Loganville
Will Cunningham DL 6-2 270 Cape Coral, Fla./Ida Baker
Alex Stoehr OL 6-2 275 Suwanee, Ga./North Gwinnett
Daniel Zeigler OL 6-5 260 Snellville, Ga./South Gwinnett
Keith Rucker TE 6-3 225 Cincinnati, Ohio/Moeller
Brandon Pertile OL 6-4 295 Clearwater, Fla./Countryside
Sebastian Willer TE 6-5 260 Calhoun, Ga./Calhoun
Tevin Jones DL 6-4 260 Locust Grove, Ga./Luella
Jalen Lawrence DL 6-1 275 Macon, Ga./Westside
Jameel Spencer LB 6-2 210 Atlanta, Ga./Woodward Academy
Shawayne Lawrence DE 6-4 250 McDonough, Ga./Eagle’s Landing
Bill Teknipp TE 6-5 255 McDonough, Ga./Eagle’s Landing
Carnell Hopson DL 6-2 255 Dallas, Ga./South Paulding
Kight Dallas LB 6-2 230 Stone Mountain, Ga./Stephenson
Tyshaun Clemmons DB-WR 6-1 205 Calhoun, Ga./Gordon Central
Kyler Neal RB 5-11 205 Dallas, Ga./East Paulding
Mackendy Cheridor DE-OLB 6-5 230 Decatur, Ga./Columbia
Robert Dowling DB 5-10 175 Marietta, Ga./Lassiter
Trey Payne LB 6-0 235 Warner Robins, Ga./Northside
Robert Davis WR 6-3 190 Warner Robins, Ga./Northside
Trent Hill DB 5-10 175 Atlanta, Ga./M.L. King
Bruce Dukes CB 5-10 187 Tyrone, Ga./Sandy Creek/UCF
Tarris Batiste LB 6-2 210 Cartersville, Ga./Cass/Indiana State
Clay Chastain QB 6-4 220 Powder Springs, Ga./Harrison/Georgia Military College
Gerald Howse RB 6-2 220 Murfreesboro, Tenn./Siegel/NE Oklahoma A&M
Jonathan Jean-Bart RB 5-11 201 McDonough, Ga./Henry County
George Rogers DL 6-3 310 Stillwater, Okla./Stillwater/NE Oklahoma A&M
Coaching Staf
Head Coach: Trent Miles
Assistant Head Coach/ Ofensive Line: Harold Etheridge
Ofensive Coordinator: Jef Jagodzinski
Defensive Coordinator: Jesse Minter
Wide Receivers: Keary Colbert
Quarterbacks: Luke Huard
Defensive Line: Shannon Jackson
Linebackers: P.J. Volker
Defensive Backs/Special Teams: J.D. Williams
Running Backs: Tony Tiller
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RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G
Russell, Donald 8 120 770 23 747 6.2 3 52 93.4
Evans, Travis 11 75 343 20 323 4.3 2 45 29.4
Watson, R. 11 34 150 4 146 4.3 2 11 13.3
Ogbuehi, E. 11 3 71 1 70 23.3 0 54 6.4
Bell, Ronnie 7 32 120 67 53 1.7 0 12 7.6
Lee, Parris 11 12 32 0 32 2.7 0 6 2.9
Hill, Kelton 9 8 32 13 19 2.4 0 10 2.1
Wilson, Albert 11 8 40 22 18 2.2 0 15 1.6
Smith, Malcolm 10 7 15 2 13 1.9 1 5 1.3
Sweeting, Avery 8 2 12 0 12 6.0 0 7 1.5
Team 7 8 0 47 -47 -5.9 0 0 -6.7
McLane, Ben 10 51 97 267 -170 -3.3 1 12 -17.0
Total.......... 11 360 1682 466 1216 3.4 9 54 110.5
Opponents...... 11 505 2755 165 2590 5.1 27 58 235.5
PASSING G Ef c Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G
McLane, Ben 10 103.6 139-274-11 50.7 1592 10 93 159.2
Bell, Ronnie 7 101.1 34-67-10 50.7 522 3 55 74.6
Hill, Kelton 9 81.3 7-14-1 50.0 76 0 20 8.4
Williams, Danny 10 226.4 1-2-0 50.0 42 0 42 4.2
Watson, R. 11 136.0 1-2-1 50.0 5 1 5 0.5
Total.......... 11 103.1 182-359-23 50.7 2237 14 93 203.4
Opponents...... 11 156.5 187-300-10 62.3 2581 26 76 234.6
RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G
Wilson, Albert 11 48 947 19.7 7 93 86.1
Ogbuehi, E. 11 25 282 11.3 3 55 25.6
Williams, Danny 10 20 227 11.4 1 28 22.7
Russell, Donald 8 16 163 10.2 1 35 20.4
Evans, Travis 11 15 100 6.7 1 36 9.1
Hill, Kelton 9 11 96 8.7 0 25 10.7
Blair, Lynquez 11 10 101 10.1 0 41 9.2
Lee, Parris 11 9 41 4.6 1 11 3.7
Minor, N. 11 7 59 8.4 0 12 5.4
Smith, Alex 11 5 75 15.0 0 38 6.8
Pearson, Drew 11 5 39 7.8 0 10 3.5
Sweeting, Avery 8 3 21 7.0 0 13 2.6
Giles, Jordan 2 2 34 17.0 0 25 17.0
Carter, Bo 10 2 21 10.5 0 17 2.1
King, Daniel 8 2 18 9.0 0 10 2.2
Watson, R. 11 2 13 6.5 0 11 1.2
Total.......... 11 182 2237 12.3 14 93 203.4
Opponents...... 11 187 2581 13.8 26 76 234.6
PUNT RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Wilson, Albert 10 94 9.4 0 20
Total.......... 10 94 9.4 0 20
Opponents...... 19 204 10.7 2 66
INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Skelton, D. 3 4 1.3 0 4
Gunn, D’Mario 2 84 42.0 0 73
Robinson, J. 1 3 3.0 0 3
Lockley, Joe 1 0 0.0 0 0
Singleton, Kail 1 26 26.0 0 26
Ferguson, R. 1 17 17.0 0 17
McClendon, B. 1 19 19.0 0 19
Total.......... 10 153 15.3 0 73
Opponents...... 23 280 12.2 1 54
KICK RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Wilson, Albert 29 751 25.9 1 100
Lee, Parris 13 209 16.1 0 31
Hill, Kelton 7 130 18.6 0 26
Sweeting, Avery 6 101 16.8 0 23
Matthews, D. 4 83 20.8 0 26
Smith, Malcolm 2 53 26.5 0 41
Ferguson, R. 1 3 3.0 0 3
Watson, R. 1 12 12.0 0 12
Total.......... 63 1342 21.3 1 100
Opponents...... 33 750 22.7 0 84
|- PATs -|
SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points
Wilson, Albert 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 48
Lutz, Wil 0 4-7 18-18 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30
Russell, Donald 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24
Ogbuehi, E. 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Evans, Travis 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Watson, R. 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12
Benvenuto, C. 0 2-3 5-5 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 11
McLane, Ben 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 6
Williams, Danny 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Ehasz, Matt 0 2-5 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Lee, Parris 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Smith, Malcolm 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Total.......... 24 8-15 23-23 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 191
Opponents...... 57 9-16 53-56 0-0 1 1-1 0 0 424
TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G
McLane, Ben 10 325 -170 1592 1422 142.2
Russell, Donald 8 120 747 0 747 93.4
Bell, Ronnie 7 99 53 522 575 82.1
Evans, Travis 11 75 323 0 323 29.4
Watson, R. 11 36 146 5 151 13.7
Hill, Kelton 9 22 19 76 95 10.6
Ogbuehi, E. 11 3 70 0 70 6.4
Williams, Danny 10 2 0 42 42 4.2
Lee, Parris 11 12 32 0 32 2.9
Wilson, Albert 11 8 18 0 18 1.6
Smith, Malcolm 10 7 13 0 13 1.3
Sweeting, Avery 8 2 12 0 12 1.5
Team 7 8 -47 0 -47 -6.7
Total.......... 11 719 1216 2237 3453 313.9
Opponents...... 11 805 2590 2581 5171 470.1
FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk
Ehasz, Matt 2-5 40.0 0-0 1-2 1-3 0-0 0-0 36 0
Benvenuto, C. 2-3 66.7 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-1 0-0 32 1
Lutz, Wil 4-7 57.1 0-0 1-1 2-2 1-3 0-1 40 0
PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd
Hubbard, Matt 59 2541 43.1 80 4 10 12 21 1
Team 2 24 12.0 24 0 0 0 0 1
Total.......... 61 2565 42.0 80 4 10 12 21 2
Opponents...... 49 1922 39.2 60 3 17 20 6 0
ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G
Wilson, Albert 11 18 947 94 751 0 1810 164.5
Russell, Donald 8 747 163 0 0 0 910 113.8
Evans, Travis 11 323 100 0 0 0 423 38.5
Ogbuehi, E. 11 70 282 0 0 0 352 32.0
Lee, Parris 11 32 41 0 209 0 282 25.6
Hill, Kelton 9 19 96 0 130 0 245 27.2
Williams, Danny 10 0 227 0 0 0 227 22.7
Watson, R. 11 146 13 0 12 0 171 15.5
Sweeting, Avery 8 12 21 0 101 0 134 16.8
Blair, Lynquez 11 0 101 0 0 0 101 9.2
Gunn, D’Mario 11 0 0 0 0 84 84 7.6
Matthews, D. 9 0 0 0 83 0 83 9.2
Smith, Alex 11 0 75 0 0 0 75 6.8
Smith, Malcolm 10 13 0 0 53 0 66 6.6
Minor, N. 11 0 59 0 0 0 59 5.4
Bell, Ronnie 7 53 0 0 0 0 53 7.6
Pearson, Drew 11 0 39 0 0 0 39 3.5
Giles, Jordan 2 0 34 0 0 0 34 17.0
Singleton, Kail 9 0 0 0 0 26 26 2.9
Carter, Bo 10 0 21 0 0 0 21 2.1
Ferguson, R. 11 0 0 0 3 17 20 1.8
McClendon, B. 11 0 0 0 0 19 19 1.7
King, Daniel 8 0 18 0 0 0 18 2.2
Skelton, D. 11 0 0 0 0 4 4 0.4
Robinson, J. 11 0 0 0 0 3 3 0.3
Team 7 -47 0 0 0 0 -47 -6.7
McLane, Ben 10 -170 0 0 0 0 -170 -17.0
Total.......... 11 1216 2237 94 1342 153 5042 458.4
Opponents...... 11 2590 2581 204 750 280 6405 582.3
|-------Tackles-------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd
DEFENSIVE LEADERS
GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf
Peterson, J. 11 40 25 65 3.0- 6 . . . . . 2 . .
Agnew, Theo 11 29 31 60 8.0- 20 2.0- 10 . 3 1 . . . .
Woodard, T. 10 34 25 59 2.5- 11 1.0- 5 . 2 1 1- 0 . . .
Gunn, D’Mario 11 42 14 56 4.0- 24 . 2- 84 2 . . . . .
Skelton, D. 11 38 16 54 0.5- 1 . 3- 4 3 . 1- 0 . . .
Felder, Akeen 11 33 19 52 1.0- 3 0.5- 2 . . . . . . .
Ferguson, R. 11 23 24 47 2.5- 4 . 1- 17 1 . . . . .
McClendon, B. 11 34 13 47 1.0- 7 . 1- 19 4 . . . . .
Hogan, Mark 9 30 17 47 3.0- 10 1.0- 5 . 2 . 1- 0 2 . .
Singleton, Kail 9 27 16 43 0.5- 1 . 1- 26 1 . 1- 0 . . .
Robinson, J. 11 27 14 41 4.0- 9 1.0- 1 1- 3 3 . . . . .
Kelly, John 11 16 18 34 4.5- 18 2.0- 12 . . 2 . . . .
McKay, Allen 11 16 8 24 3.0- 14 1.0- 9 . . . . . . .
Matthews, D. 9 17 4 21 . . . 1 . . . . .
Stetzer, Marcus 10 10 10 20 4.0- 8 . . . . . . . .
Ransby, Jamal 8 13 6 19 . . . 1 . . . . .
Stephens, C.J. 7 9 7 16 1.5- 3 . . . . . . . .
Howard, Isaiah 7 10 2 12 2.5- 8 . . 3 . . . . .
Lockley, Joe 6 6 4 10 . . 1- 0 1 . . . . .
King, Melvin 9 6 3 9 1.5- 5 1.5- 5 . . . . . . .
Vinson, M. 6 4 5 9 . . . 1 . . . . .
Jordan, A. 11 5 3 8 . . . 1 . . . . .
Knowles, Davis 6 4 3 7 1.0- 3 . . . . . . . .
Wilson, Albert 11 7 . 7 . . . . . . . . .
Smith, Malcolm 10 5 . 5 . . . . . . . . .
Williams, Bryan 8 4 1 5 . . . . 1 . . . .
Jeppesen, Sean 11 4 1 5 . . . . . . . . .
Evans, Travis 11 3 1 4 . . . . . . 1 . .
Watson, R. 11 2 2 4 . . . 1 . . . . .
Russo, Chris 7 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . .
Moon, Cole 3 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . .
Smith, Alex 11 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . .
Wyatt, Blake 7 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . .
Total.......... 11 513 300 813 49- 157 10- 49 10- 153 31 5 4- 0 5 . .
Opponents...... 11 456 208 664 67- 385 28- 276 23- 280 46 14 12- 68 13 3 .
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Quick Facts
Location ..................................................................... Lafayette, La.
Founded .................................................................................. 1898
Enrollment ........................................................................... 16,885
Nickname ................................................................... Ragin’ Cajuns
Colors .................................................................Vermilion & White
Athletics Website..........................................www.ragincajuns.com
Primary Ofense .................................................................Multiple
Primary Defense............................................................. Hybrid 4-3
All-Time Record ............................................................ 499-522-34
All-Time SBC Record ...............................................................44-40
2012 Record ...............................................................................9-4
2012 SBC Record (Finish) ............................................... 6-2 (T-2nd)
SBC Championships ....................................................................... 1
Bowl Appearances......................................................................... 4
Bowl Record ...............................................................................3-1
Lettermen Returning................................................................... 57
Ofense ................................................................................... 24
Defense .................................................................................. 31
Specialists ................................................................................. 2
Lettermen Lost ............................................................................ 15
Ofense ..................................................................................... 8
Defense .................................................................................... 5
Specialists ................................................................................. 2
Starters Returning ....................................................................... 15
Ofense ..................................................................................... 7
Defense .................................................................................... 8
Specialists ................................................................................. 0
Starters Lost .................................................................................. 8
Ofense ..................................................................................... 4
Defense .................................................................................... 3
Specialists ................................................................................. 1
Stadium ......................................................................... Cajun Field
Capacity ............................................................................... 31,000
Playing Surface .......................................... Pro Grass Synthetic Turf
Record .............................................................................. 124-99-2
First Game .................................................................Sept. 25, 1971
Largest Crowd: ..................................................................... 41,357
Cajun Field
Dr. E. Joseph Savoie
President
Anita Hazelwood
Faculty Representative
Scott Farmer
Athletics Director
Dr. Jessica Leger
SWA
Louisiana-Lafayette Administration
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is a public research university at the central crossroads of the
state. With close to 17,000 students, it has the largest enrollment within the nine-campus UL System and
is the second-largest university in Louisiana.
Founded in 1898, the University is recognized for excellence in architecture, computer science, educa-
tion, engineering, nursing and allied health, criminal justice and business.
The campus consists of 388 acres, including more than 240 acres at the athletics complex. On the main
campus, live oak trees shade perimeter sidewalks and a Walk of Honor, formed by more than 80,000
bricks engraved with the names of each graduate since 1903, encircles the Quad.
At the center of campus is Cypress Lake, home to alligators, turtles, birds and fsh. It is a managed wet-
land that refects the nearby Atchafalaya Basin, the nation’s largest river swamp.
Notable alumni: Kathleen Blanco, former governor of Louisiana; John Breaux, former U.S. senator; Ali
Landry, 1996 Miss USA; Hollis Conway, two-time Olympic medalist in track and feld; Charles “Peanut”Til-
man, two-time Walter Payton Award recipient who plays for the Chicago Bears.; Jake Delhomme, former
NFL quarterback who led the Carolina Panthers to their frst Super Bowl in 2004.
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
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2013 Schedule
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
Aug. 31 at Arkansas Fayetville, Ark. TBA
Sept. 7 at Kansas State Manhattan, Kansas TBA
SEPT. 14 NICHOLLS STATE LAFAYETTE, LA. TBA
Sept. 21 at Akron Arkon, Ohio TBA
OCT. 5 * TEXAS STATE LAFAYETTE, LA. TBA
Oct. 15 * at WKU Bowling Green, Ky. 7:00 PM (ESPN/ESPN2)
Oct. 22 * at Arkansas State Jonesboro, Ark. TBA (ESPN/ESPN2)
NOV. 2 NEW MEXICO STATE LAFAYETTE, LA. TBA
NOV. 7 * TROY LAFAYETTE, LA. TBA ESPNU
Nov. 16 * at Georgia State Atlanta, Ga. 1:00 PM
NOV. 30 * LOUISIANAMONROE LAFAYETTE, LA. TBA
Dec. 7 * at South Alabama Mobile, Ala. TBA
* Denotes Sun Belt game; All times central; Home games in BOLD CAPS; Subject to change
2012 Results
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
SEPT. 1 LAMAR LAFAYETTE, LA. W, 400 COX4/ESPN3
Sept. 8 * at Troy Troy, Ala. W, 37-24 (ESPN3)
Sept. 15 at Oklahoma State Stillwater, Okla. L, 24-65 (Fox Sports Net)
SEPT. 29 * FIU LAFAYETTE, LA. W, 4820 ESPN3
OCT. 6 TULANE LAFAYETTE, LA. W, 4113 COX4/ESPN3
Oct. 16 * at North Texas Denton, Texas L, 23-30 (ESPN2)
OCT. 23 * ARKANSAS STATE LAFAYETTE, LA. L, 2750 ESPN2
Nov. 3 * at Louisiana-Monroe Monroe, La. W, 40-24 (Sun Belt Network)
Nov. 10 at #7 Florida Gainesville, Fla. L, 20-27 (SEC Network/ESPN3)
NOV. 17 * WESTERN KENTUCKY LAFAYETTE, LA. W, 3127 ESPN3
NOV. 24 * SOUTH ALABAMA LAFAYETTE, LA. W, 5230 COX4/ESPN3
Dec. 1 * at Florida Atlantic Boca Raton, Fla. W, 35-21
R+L CARRIERS NEW ORLEANS BOWL
Dec. 22 vs. East Carolina New Orleans, La. W, 43-34 (ESPN)
* Denotes Sun Belt game; Home games in BOLD CAPS
Year School Record
2002 North Alabama 4–7
2003 North Alabama 13–1
2004 North Alabama 5–5
2005 North Alabama 11–3
2006 North Alabama 11–1
2007 North Alabama 10–2
2008 North Alabama 12–2
2011 Louisiana-Lafayette 9-4
2012 Louisiana-Lafayette 9-4
Total 9 years 84-29
Hudspeth Year-by-Year as a Head Coach
Year Bowl/Playofs Results
1943 Oil Bowl - vs. Arkansas A&M - Houston, Texas W, 24-7
1970 Grantland Rice Bowl - vs. Tennessee State - Baton Rouge, La. L, 25-26
2011 R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl - vs. San Diego State - New Orleans, La. W, 32-30
2012 R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl - vs. East Carolina - New Orleans, La. W, 43-34

Ragin’ Cajuns in the Postseason
• Mark Hudspeth is a winner. It’s that simple. From his days coaching Winston (Miss.)
Academy to the 1997 state title to last December, when he provided Ragin’ Cajun fans a
last-second 32-30 win over San Diego State in the program’s frst bowl appearance in 41
years, Hudspeth has been a champion. Like football, winning is all he knows.
• Hired as Louisiana’s 26th head coach in program history on Dec. 13, 2010, Hudspeth
quickly grabbed the attention of Ragin’ Cajuns fans with his dynamic personality, energy
and desire. He tirelessly toured the Acadiana area, visiting all fve parishes to speak to any
group that wanted to listen to him talk about Ragin’ Cajuns football.
• And seemingly overnight, he reversed UL’s football fortunes, taking the Ragin’ Cajuns from
nine losses in 2010 to a school-record tying nine wins in both 2011 and 2012. He is 18-8
in his two seasons, including a 10-1 record in home games and a 4-0 mark against in-state
opponents.
• More importantly, the Cajuns have produced in the classroom. In the four semesters
under Hudspeth, the Cajuns have turned in the three best semesters academically since
grades were tracked in 1982.
• From the day he arrived on campus, Hudspeth began educating the Ragin’ Cajuns on how
to win.
• One of the frst lessons he gave came when he had the ofense and defense engage in an
old-fashioned tug of war. As the rope went back and forth with neither team generating
enough force to win the battle, Hudspeth stopped the Cajuns and had both teams move
to the same side of the rope, pointing out how much easier it is to move the rope when
everyone was on the same side and fghting for the same thing.
• Months later in New Orleans with Louisiana down a point with 35 seconds left and a
seemingly endless length of Superdome turf away from even having a chance to win, the
Ragin’ Cajuns remembered that lesson by digging in and driving 49 yards in fve plays to
set up Brett Baer’s game-winning 50-yard feld goal as time expired.
• “We never let go of the rope”, Hudspeth told the Cajun fans in attendance.
• The development of the Cajuns in the two seasons under Hudspeth has been dramatic.
Louisiana has posted the frst back-to-back nine win seasons in program history and with
consecutive R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl victories, UL will go from 41 straight years
without a bowl to owning a bowl appearance streak.
• In fact, Louisiana is one of just eight schools that has won nine or more games in each
of the last two years, including a bowl game, joining Alabama, Boise State, Cincinnati,
Florida State, Ohio, Oregon and South Carolina.
• Hudspeth also boldly predicted that home games at Cajun Field would be the place to
be and all but demanded that Louisiana fans be there. True to his word, the Ragin’ Cajuns
have gone 10-1 at home in his two seasons, including a perfect 5-0 record in 2011, only
the fourth time in stadium history (and frst since 1987). Cajuns fans believed the young
coach, setting a school record for season tickets sold in 2011 that helped to set a stadium
record by averaging 29,171 fans per game in the 31,000 seat facility. The increase of 11,
788 fans per game was the highest in the nation.
• Hudspeth was rewarded for turning around the Ragin’ Cajuns, being named a fnalist for
both the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year and Paul Bear Bryant Awards.
• A 21-year coaching veteran, Hudspeth carries a 84-29 career record in nine seasons as
head coach into the 2013 season, winning 10 or more games fve times and having win-
ning records in eight straight campaigns.
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Justin Anderson
LB - 6-2 - 220
Senior
Foley, Alabama
Started at inside linebacker in all 13 games, earning the team’s linebacker award. . . led
the team with 105 tackles (70 solo). . . added 8.5 tackles for loss (-25), two quarterback
sacks (-13), an interception, one caused fumble and one fumble recovery. . . ranked
seventh in the Sun Belt in tackles, averaging 8.1 a game. . . had six games of 10 or more
tackles, including a career-high 12 at Troy (9/9/12) and in back-to-back games at No. 6
Florida (11/10/12) and vs. Western Kentucky (11/17/12). . . added 10 tackles at Oklahoma
State. . . returned an interception 38 yards for a touchdown vs. Tulane (10/6/12). . . recov-
ered a fumble vs. Lamar (9/1/12) and forced one at Florida Atlantic (12/1/12). . . earned
third letter.
Terrance Broadway
QB - 6-2 - 205
Junior
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Honorable mention All-Sun Belt choice. . . began season as backup at quarterback but was
thrust into the starting lineup by injuries. . . played in all 13 games, making nine starts. . .
ranked third in the Sun Belt in passing ef ciency (153.3), fourth in total ofense (277.8), sev-
enth in passing average (218.6) and eighth in rushing (59.2). . . led the Sun Belt in league
games only in total ofense (337.9) and passing ef ciency (164.6) and was fourth in both
passing average (264.2) and rushing (73.6). . . ranked 19th nationally in passing ef ciency
and 32nd in total ofense. . . had three 100-yard rushing games, each coming in the last
four contests. . . holds school single season record for completion percentage (.654), is
second in passing ef ciency, third in passing yards (2,842), ffth in passing touchdowns (17)
and eighth in total plays (434). . . named the MVP of the New Orleans Bowl.
Alonzo Harris
RB - 6-1 - 220
Junior
Gadsden, Alabama
Started nine of the 12 games that he played in. . . missed the South Alabama game
(10/24/12) with an injury. . . ranked fourth in the Sun Belt in rushing, carrying 170 times
for 881 yards and a team-high 10 touchdowns. . . had fve 100-yard rushing games,
including in each of the last three games of the year. . . rushed 21 times for 137 yards
and a touchdown in win at Troy (9/1/12), earning him LSWA Ofensive Player of the Week
honors. . . keyed win over Tulane (10/6/12) by gaining 123 yards and a TD on 23 carries. . .
ended year with consecutive 100-yard eforts, picking up 104 yards on 10 carries vs. WKU
(11/17/12) and 127 yards and three touchdowns at Florida Atlantic (12/1/12). . . rushed
21 times for 120 uards and a pair of touchdowns in the New Orleans Bowl win over East
Carolina. . . scored on a career-long 68-yard run in the second quarter vs. ECU.
Christian Ringo
DL - 6-1 - 285
Junior
Jackson, Mississippi
Key member of the defensive line, playing in every game with seven starts at defensive
tackle. . . made 29 tackles (18 solo) with 10.5 TFL (-51) and a team-high seven sacks (-41).
. . forced a pair of fumbles and recovered one. . . ranked second in the Sun Belt in sacks
and 11th in TFL. . . made a career-high eight tackles vs. Arkansas State (10/23/12), making
2.5 TFL (-15) and 1.5 sacks (-13). . . had multiple tackles in seven of the last eight games. . .
made three tackles with a sack and a forced fumble at ULM (11/3/12). . . alos made three
tackles with a sack vs. WKU (11/17/12). . . earned second letter.
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Ragin’ Cajuns Roster
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Exp. Hometown/Previous School
29 Tyren Alexander LB 6-0 202 So. 1L Breaux Bridge, La./Breaux Bridge
2 La Marcus Allen WR 6-2 190 Fr. 1sq New Iberia, La./New Iberia Senior
34 Justin Anderson LB 6-2 232 Sr. 3L Foley, Ala./Foley
68 Octravian Anderson OL 6-4 277 So. 1L Shreveport, La./Evangel Christian Academy
35 Boris Anyama LB 6-3 221 Jr. 2L Staford, Texas/Staford
Scott Austin WR 6-4 180 Fr. HS Biloxi, Miss./Biloxi
5 Darius Barksdale S 6-0 205 Jr. 1L Batesville, Miss./Mississippi
Matthew Barnes TE 6-3 227 Fr. HS Groesbeck, Texas/Groesbeck
53 Darrien Batiste LB 6-2 237 Fr. 1sq Geismar, La./Dutchtown
66 Carter Berry OL 6-3 276 Fr. 1sq New Iberia, La./Home School
28 Zach Bourque LB 6-0 180 Jr. 2L Abbeville, La./North Vermilion
38 Stephen Brauchle K 6-1 211 So. JC Gulfport, Miss./Gulfport/Mississippi Gulf Coast CC
8 Terrance Broadway QB 6-2 211 Jr. 1L Baton Rouge, La./Capitol (Houston)
82 John Broussard DS 6-1 201 Jr. 2L Lafayette, La./Lafayette
20 Will Burrowes LB 6-0 202 Sr. 1L Perkinston, Miss./Mississippi Gulf Coast
11 James Butler WR 6-3 205 Jr. 2L Luling, La./Hahnville
81 Nick Byrne TE 6-3 221 Fr. HS Rogers, Ark/Har-Ber
13 Daniel Cadona P 6-4 218 Jr. TR Darwin, NT, Australia/Toowoomba
3 Montrel Carter RB 5-10 188 So. 1L Cecilia, La./Cecilia
Demeatre Casey DE 6-4 220 Fr. HS Homer, La./Homer
27 Billy Christian WR 5-11 180 Jr. 2sq Sulphur, La./St. Louis
James Clark LB 6-2 210 Fr. HS Fellsmere, Fla./Sebastian River
77 Allen Cummins OL 6-0 239 Fr. HS Hattiesburg, Miss./Oak Grove
4 Zachary DeGrange S 5-10 186 So. 2sq New Orleans, La./St. Augustine
99 Remaine Douglas DL 6-3 280 Fr. 1sq Parkman, Fla./Stoneman Douglas
94 Karmichael Dunbar DL 6-2 305 Fr. 1sq Prior Lake, Minn./Prior Lake
84 Devin Figaro WR 6-3 190 Sr. 1L Lafayette, La./Lafeyette (Tulane)
44 Kevin Fouquier LB 6-4 232 Fr. 1sq Lafayette, La./Comeaux
21 Rodney Gillis S 5-11 186 Sr. 2L Fort Lauderdale, Fla./St. Thomas Aquinas
50 Jake Guidry DS 5-10 200 So. 2sq Carencro, La./Carencro
16 Brooks Haack QB 6-1 215 Fr. 1sq Katy, Texas/Katy
74 Justin Hamilton DL 6-2 295 Jr. 2L Natchez, Miss./Natchez
46 Alonzo Harris RB 6-1 216 Jr. 2L Gadsden, Ala./Gadsden City
48 Andrew Hebert LB 6-2 225 Sr. 3L Lafayette, La./Teurlings Catholic
39 Chris Hill LB 5-11 188 So. 1L Homestead, Fla./South Dade Senior
Darius Hoggins RB 5-7 165 Fr. HS Coconut Creek, Fla./Monarch
Grant Horst OL 6-5 250 Fr. HS Spanish Fort, Ala./Spanish Fort
71 Andre Huval OL 6-2 285 Sr. 3L Scott, La./St. Thomas More
28 Marcus Jackson RB 5-11 201 So. 1L Goshen, Ala./Goshen
83 Jared Johnson WR 6-5 215 Fr. 1sq Minden, La./Minden
4 Ricky Johnson WR 6-2 203 Sr. TR Lafayette, La./Carencro/Tulsa
75 Terry Johnson OL 6-2 275 Jr. 1L Oxford, Miss./Northwest Mississippi CC
38 Trae Johnson LB 6-1 232 Jr. 2L Mendenhall, Miss./Mendenhall
19 Dominick Jones CB 5-11 174 Fr. 1sq New Orleans, La./St. Augustine
48 Leo Jones TE 6-2 240 Fr. 1sq White Castle, La./White Castle
7 D’Shaie Landor QB 6-0 187 Fr. 1sq Lafayette, La./Teurlings Catholic
78 Daniel Lemelle OL 6-2 282 Sr. 2L Beaumont, Texas/Ozen
51 Tre’maine Lightfoot LB 6-0 230 Fr. 1sq Patterson, La./Patterson
62 Jarad Martin OL 6-5 310 Jr. 2L Harvey, La./West Jeferson
66 Marvin Martin DL 6-3 286 Jr. 2L Sorrento, La./St. Amant
86 Jacob Maxwell TE 6-4 240 Sr. 3L Pearl River, La./Pearl River
Troy McCollum DB 6-0 170 Fr. HS Miami, Fla./North Miami
96 Brandon McCray DL 6-5 318 Sr. 3L Merritt Island, Fla./Merritt Island
Elijah McGuire RB 5-11 185 Fr. HS Houma, La./Vandebilt Catholic
Courtney Miggins DE 6-5 255 Fr. HS Lithonia, Ga./Miller Grove
21 Reginald Miles, Jr. CB 5-8 168 Fr. HS Alexandria, La./Peabody Magnet
59 Jake Molbert LB 6-1 217 Jr. 2L Rayne, La./Notre Dame
44 Stephen Morella LS 5-11 228 Fr. 1sq Lafayette, La./Lafayette
31 Chris Morgan S 6-0 186 Fr. 1sq Baton Rouge, LA/Catholic
30 Brandon Nash LB 5-11 223 Sr. 3L Baton Rouge, La./Redemptorist
6 Jalen Nixon QB 6-2 218 Fr. 1sq Lafayette, La./Carencro
5 Lance Pace WR 5-9 179 Fr. 1sq Lumberton, Texas/Lumberton
11 O’Neil Parker CB 5-11 180 So. 2sq Carencro, La./Carencro
33 Trevence Patt CB 6-0 178 Jr. 2L Lafayette, La./Breaux Bridge
Carlton Perkins DB 6-0 190 Fr. HS Walker, La./Walker
79 Evyn Perry OL 6-2 271 Sr. 1L Grapevine, Texas/Grapevine (Cisco College)
10 Larry Pettis TE 6-4 245 Jr. 2L Oxford, Miss./Oxford
41 Torrey Pierce RB 5-9 170 So. 1L River Ridge, La./John Curtis
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Ragin’ Cajuns Roster
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Exp. Hometown/Previous School
57 Chris Prater DE 6-5 246 So. 1L Starkville, Miss./Starkville
67 Daniel Quave OL 6-3 324 Jr. 2L Gautier, Miss./Gautier
70 Mykhael Quave OL 6-5 295 So. 1L Gautier, Miss./Gautier
3 Jamal Rainey CB 5-11 187 So. 1L Opelousas, La./Opelousas
26 Efrem Reed RB 5-8 193 So. 1L Geismar, La./Dutchtown
25 Al-Damion Riles S 5-10 209 Fr. 1L Mandeville, La./Lakeshore
92 Christian Ringo DL 6-1 288 Jr. 2L Jackson, Miss./Forest Hill
15 Jamal Robinson WR 6-4 205 Jr. 2L Slidell, La./Salmen
73 Ethan Rosenbalm OL 6-6 309 Fr. 1sq Cumming, Ga./Buford
56 Christian Sager LB 6-0 222 Jr. 1L Monroe, La./St. Frederick
80 Adam Savoie WR 5-7 158 So. 2sq Lafayette, La./Lafayette
Devin Scott WR 5-11 180 Fr. HS Harvey, La./West Jeferson
69 Greg Siener OL 6-4 280 So. 1L Mandeville, La./Mandeville
43 Thomas Singleton TE 6-3 260 Fr. 1sq Baton Rouge, La./Istrouma
50 Rodney Smith LB 6-4 218 Fr. 1sq Hallandale Beach, Fla./Hallandale
63 Jeremy Sparks OL 6-5 288 Fr. 1sq Daphne, Ala./Daphne
95 Hunter Stover K 6-1 208 Jr. 2L Abbeville, La./Notre Dame
87 Darryl Surgent WR 6-0 185 Sr. 3L Alexandria, La./Alexandria
65 Zach Tarver OL 6-4 267 Fr. 1sq Monroe, La./Ouachita Christian
88 Evan Tatford TE 6-5 235 Jr. TR Lafayette, La./St. Thomas More/Tulane
37 Hunter Thibodaux S 5-8 194 Sr. 2L Lafayette, La./Acadiana
24 Sean Thomas CB 5-10 170 Jr. 2L New Orleans, La./St. Augustine
Simeon Thomas DB 6-3 180 Fr. HS Miami, Fla./Carroll City
85 Ian Thompson TE 6-4 234 Sr. 3L Kernersville, N.C./East Forsyth
Cedrick Tillman CB 5-9 180 Jr. JC Grenada, Miss./Grenada/Holmes CC
52 Dominique Tovell LB 6-2 248 So. 1L Columbia, Miss./Columbia
Corey Trim CB 5-11 180 Jr. JC Baton Rouge, La. (Redemptorist/Jones County CC
Tracy Walker DB 6-2 180 Fr. HS Brunswick, Ga./Brunswick
18 Jevante Watson CB 5-10 175 So. 1L Bastrop, La./Bastrop
20 Damarcus Watts-Bracken RB 5-11 190 Jr. 1sq Plaquemine, La./Plaquemine
Marquis White DL 6-5 315 So. JC Orlando, Fla./Olympia/Fort Scott CC
George Williams LB 6-1 230 Fr. HS Miami, Fla./Hialeah
90 Blain Winston DL 6-4 261 Fr. 1sq Monroe, La./Richwood
D’Aquin Withrow OL 6-6 275 Fr. HS Harvey, La./West Jeferson
27 T.J. Worthy S 6-2 195 So. 1L Gasden, Ala./Gadsden City
2013 Signees
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Hometown/Previous School
Scott Austin WR 6-4 180 Fr. Biloxi, Miss. (Biloxi)
Matthew Barnes TE 6-3 227 Fr. Groesbeck, Texas (Groesbeck)
Demeatre Casey DE 6-4 220 Fr. Homer, La. (Homer)
James Clark LB 6-2 210 Fr. Fellsmere, Fla. (Sebastian River)
Darius Hoggins RB 5-7 165 Fr. Coconut Creek, Fla. (Monarch)
Grant Horst OL 6-5 250 Fr. Spanish Fort, Ala. (Spanish Fort)
Troy McCollum DB 6-0 170 Fr. Miami, Fla. (North Miami)
Elijah McGuire RB 5-11 185 Fr. Houma, La. (Vandebilt Catholic)
Courtney Miggins DE 6-5 255 Fr. Lithonia, Ga. (Miller Grove)
Carlton Perkins DB 6-0 190 Fr. Walker, La. (Walker)
Devin Scott WR 5-11 180 Fr. Harvey, La. (West Jeferson)
Simeon Thomas DB 6-3 180 Fr. Miami, Fla. (Carroll City)
Cedrick Tillman CB 5-9 180 Jr. Grenada, Miss. (Grenada/Holmes CC)
Corey Trim CB 5-11 180 Jr. Baton Rouge, La. (Redemptorist/Jones County CC)
Tracy Walker DB 6-2 180 Fr. Brunswick, Ga. (Brunswick)
Marquis White DL 6-5 315 So. Orlando, Fla. (Olympia/Fort Scott CC)
George Williams LB 6-1 230 Fr. Miami, Fla. (Hialeah)
D’Aquin Withrow OL 6-6 275 Fr. Harvey, La. (West Jeferson)
Coaching Staf
Head Coach: Mark Hudspeth
Asst. Head Coach/Recruiting Coordinator/Tight Ends: Reed Stringer
Ofensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks: Jay Johnson
Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers: James Willis
Running Game Coordinator/Ofensive Line: Mitch Rodriguez
Defensive Line: Timothy Edwards
Running Backs: Marquase Lovings
Wide Receivers: Jorge Munoz
Safeties: Tim Rebowe
Assistant Recruiting Coordinator/Cornerbacks: David Saunders
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RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G
Harris, Alonzo 12 170 914 33 881 5.2 10 68 73.4
Broadway, Terra 13 119 861 92 769 6.5 9 77 59.2
Reed, Efrem 13 86 436 22 414 4.8 5 48 31.8
Pierce, Torrey 11 49 266 3 263 5.4 3 29 23.9
Gautier, Blaine 7 17 105 12 93 5.5 3 21 13.3
Peoples, Harry 12 14 86 14 72 5.1 1 22 6.0
Carter, Montrel 1 6 27 0 27 4.5 0 9 27.0
Maxwell, Jacob 13 1 18 0 18 18.0 0 18 1.4
Jackson, Marcus 7 2 4 0 4 2.0 1 3 0.6
Walker, Yobes 13 6 5 5 0 0.0 1 2 0.0
Surgent, Darryl 13 3 1 3 -2 -0.7 0 1 -0.2
TEAM 7 7 -7 17 -24 -3.4 0 0 -3.4
Total.......... 13 480 2716 201 2515 5.2 33 77 193.5
Opponents...... 13 472 2216 346 1870 4.0 20 57 143.8
PASSING G Ef c Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G
Broadway, Terra 13 153.28 206-315-9 65.4 2842 17 81 218.6
Gautier, Blaine 7 131.76 35-73-0 47.9 532 5 86 76.0
Peoples, Harry 12 0.00 0-2-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
Baer, Brett 13 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
Thomas, Brady 13 310.00 1-1-0 100.0 25 0 25 1.9
TEAM 7 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
Total.......... 13 148.12 242-393-9 61.6 3399 22 86 261.5
Opponents...... 13 135.55 291-475-13 61.3 3685 21 81 283.5
RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G
Peoples, Harry 12 64 817 12.8 5 78 68.1
Lawson, Javone 11 40 611 15.3 5 55 55.5
Surgent, Darryl 13 34 569 16.7 3 73 43.8
Robinson, Jamal 13 26 630 24.2 3 86 48.5
Maxwell, Jacob 13 19 185 9.7 4 26 14.2
Thompson, Ian 13 16 119 7.4 0 18 9.2
Brown, Bradley 11 15 187 12.5 0 45 17.0
Butler, James 13 9 97 10.8 2 26 7.5
Reed, Efrem 13 8 82 10.2 0 22 6.3
Harris, Alonzo 12 4 27 6.8 0 15 2.2
Figaro, Devin 5 3 24 8.0 0 12 4.8
Pierce, Torrey 11 2 22 11.0 0 13 2.0
White, Melvin 13 1 25 25.0 0 25 1.9
Pettis, Larry 11 1 4 4.0 0 4 0.4
Total.......... 13 242 3399 14.0 22 86 261.5
Opponents...... 13 291 3685 12.7 21 81 283.5
PUNT RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Surgent, Darryl 12 17 1.4 0 12
Peoples, Harry 4 25 6.2 0 12
Lawson, Javone 3 44 14.7 0 27
Brown, Bradley 1 19 19.0 0 0
Comminie, Blake 0 22 0.0 1 22
Total.......... 20 127 6.3 1 27
Opponents...... 20 149 7.4 1 36
INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Gillis, Rodney 5 50 10.0 0 31
Moten, Jermarlo 4 13 3.2 0 13
Onyenekwu, Emek 1 11 11.0 0 11
Molbert, Jake 1 7 7.0 0 7
Thomas, Sean 1 -5 -5.0 0 0
Anderson, Justi 1 38 38.0 1 38
Total.......... 13 114 8.8 1 38
Opponents...... 9 74 8.2 0 26
KICK RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Surgent, Darryl 39 743 19.1 0 41
Grif n Qyen 3 55 18.3 0 27
Pierce, Torrey 2 23 11.5 0 14
Reed, Efrem 2 30 15.0 0 16
Peoples, Harry 1 18 18.0 0 18
Butler, James 1 9 9.0 0 9
Total.......... 48 878 18.3 0 41
Opponents...... 58 1086 18.7 0 55
|- PATs -|
SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points
Baer, Brett 0 20-23 53-56 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 113
Harris, Alonzo 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 60
Broadway, Terra 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 54
Peoples, Harry 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36
Lawson, Javone 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30
Reed, Efrem 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30
Maxwell, Jacob 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24
Robinson, Jamal 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Pierce, Torrey 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Gautier, Blaine 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Surgent, Darryl 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Butler, James 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12
Comminie, Blake 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Jackson, Marcus 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Walker, Yobes 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Anderson, Justi 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Moten, Jermarlo 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Total.......... 58 20-23 53-56 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 461
Opponents...... 42 24-28 41-41 0-1 0 0-0 0 0 365
TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G
Broadway, Terra 13 434 769 2842 3611 277.8
Harris, Alonzo 12 170 881 0 881 73.4
Gautier, Blaine 7 90 93 532 625 89.3
Reed, Efrem 13 86 414 0 414 31.8
Pierce, Torrey 11 49 263 0 263 23.9
Peoples, Harry 12 16 72 0 72 6.0
Carter, Montrel 1 6 27 0 27 27.0
Thomas, Brady 13 1 0 25 25 1.9
Maxwell, Jacob 13 1 18 0 18 1.4
Jackson, Marcus 7 2 4 0 4 0.6
Surgent, Darryl 13 3 -2 0 -2 -0.2
TEAM 7 8 -24 0 -24 -3.4
Total.......... 13 873 2515 3399 5914 454.9
Opponents...... 13 947 1870 3685 5555 427.3
FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk
Baer, Brett 20-23 87.0 0-0 7-8 5-5 6-8 2-2 52 1
PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd
Baer, Brett 59 2478 42.0 69 2 23 24 1
TEAM 1 2 2.0 2 0 0 0 0
Broadway, Terra 1 19 19.0 19 0 0 1 0
Total.......... 61 2499 41.0 69 2 23 25 1
Opponents...... 65 2776 42.7 68 5 22 22 1
ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G
Surgent, Darryl 13 -2 569 17 743 0 1327 102.1
Peoples, Harry 12 72 817 25 18 0 932 77.7
Harris, Alonzo 12 881 27 0 0 0 908 75.7
Broadway, Terra 13 769 0 0 0 0 769 59.2
Lawson, Javone 11 0 611 44 0 0 655 59.5
Robinson, Jamal 13 0 630 0 0 0 630 48.5
Reed, Efrem 13 414 82 0 30 0 526 40.5
Pierce, Torrey 11 263 22 0 23 0 308 28.0
Brown, Bradley 11 0 187 19 0 0 206 18.7
Maxwell, Jacob 13 18 185 0 0 0 203 15.6
Thompson, Ian 13 0 119 0 0 0 119 9.2
Butler, James 13 0 97 0 9 0 106 8.2
Gautier, Blaine 7 93 0 0 0 0 93 13.3
Grif n Qyen 8 0 0 0 55 0 55 6.9
Gillis, Rodney 13 0 0 0 0 50 50 3.8
Anderson, Justi 13 0 0 0 0 38 38 2.9
Carter, Montrel 1 27 0 0 0 0 27 27.0
White, Melvin 13 0 25 0 0 0 25 1.9
Figaro, Devin 5 0 24 0 0 0 24 4.8
Comminie, Blake 6 0 0 22 0 0 22 3.7
Moten, Jermarlo 13 0 0 0 0 13 13 1.0
Onyenekwu, Emek 13 0 0 0 0 11 11 0.8
Molbert, Jake 11 0 0 0 0 7 7 0.6
Jackson, Marcus 7 4 0 0 0 0 4 0.6
Pettis, Larry 11 0 4 0 0 0 4 0.4
Thomas, Sean 13 0 0 0 0 -5 -5 -0.4
TEAM 7 -24 0 0 0 0 -24 -3.4
Total.......... 13 2515 3399 127 878 114 7033 541.0
Opponents...... 13 1870 3685 149 1086 74 6864 528.0
|-------Tackles-------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd
DEFENSIVE LEADERS
GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf
Anderson, Justi 13 70 35 105 8.5-25 2.0-13 1-38 4 . 1-0 1 . .
Gillis, Rodney 13 46 29 75 . . 5-50 5 . 1-21 . . .
Moten, Jermarlo 13 48 17 65 3.5-4 . 4-13 8 . 1-56 2 . .
White, Melvin 13 47 13 60 4.0-13 . . 10 1 . 1 . .
Gibson, Le’Marc 13 30 24 54 4.0-9 . . 5 1 . 1 . .
Molbert, Jake 11 31 18 49 2.0-2 . 1-7 2 1 . 1 . .
Worthy, T.J. 11 28 19 47 1.0-1 . . . . 1-0 . . .
Onyenekwu, Emek 13 30 12 42 14.0-51 6.5-35 1-11 . . . 1 . .
Hagans, Cordian 13 19 22 41 9.0-28 5.0-21 . . . 2-0 . 1 .
Grif n Qyen 8 24 16 40 4.0-18 0.5-2 . 4 1 1-5 . . .
Ringo, Christia 13 16 13 29 10.5-51 7.0-41 . . 3 1-0 2 . .
Johnson, Trae 13 22 7 29 . . . 1 . . . . .
Hamilton, Justi 12 18 11 29 8.0-32 3.0-24 . . . . 3 . .
Barksdale, Dari 8 18 10 28 0.5-1 . . . . . . . .
Patt, Trevence 13 15 11 26 . . . 2 . . . . .
Anyama, Boris 10 15 7 22 . . . . . . . . .
Tovell, Dominiq 12 13 8 21 3.0-11 1.0-7 . 1 . . . . .
Thomas, Sean 13 7 8 15 0.5-8 . 1--5 . . . . . .
Morvant, Tyler 12 12 2 14 1.0-3 . . 1 2 . . . .
McCray, Brandon 10 10 3 13 3.5-4 . . . 1 . . . .
Alexander, Tyre 9 9 3 12 2.0-5 . . . . . . . .
Field, Jalen 7 4 4 8 1.5-10 1.0-9 . . 1 . . . .
Martin, Marvin 7 6 1 7 1.0-4 . . . . . 1 . .
Jones, Delvin 2 5 2 7 . . . . . . . . .
Stover, Hunter 10 6 1 7 . . . . . . . . .
Hill, Chris 2 5 2 7 . . . . . . . . .
Burrowes, Will 13 5 1 6 . . . . . . . . .
Calhoun, Brando 10 5 . 5 . . . 1 . . . . .
Thibodaux, Hunt 13 3 1 4 . . . . . . . . .
Watson, Jevante 2 3 1 4 . . . . . . . . .
Bourque, Zach 13 2 2 4 . . . . . . . . .
Riles, Al-Damio 4 4 . 4 . . . . . . . . .
Sager, Christia 13 1 2 3 . . . . . . . . .
Jackson, Marcus 7 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . .
Huval, Andre 13 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . .
Broussard, John 11 . 2 2 . . . . . . . . .
Total.......... 13 593 311 904 82-288 27-160 13-114 44 11 8-82 13 3 .
Opponents...... 13 566 242 808 59.0-184 13-69 9-74 41 19 13-18 14 3 .
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Quick Facts
Location ............................................................. Monroe, Louisiana
Founded .................................................................................. 1931
Enrollment ............................................................................. 8,560
Nickname ........................................................................Warhawks
Colors .......................................................................Maroon & Gold
Athletics Website..................................... www.ulmwarhawks.com
Primary Ofense .................................................................Multiple
Primary Defense..................................................................... 3-3-5
All-Time Record .............................................................. 284-372-8
All-Time SBC Record ...............................................................42-44
2012 Record ...............................................................................8-5
2011 SBC Record (Finish) ............................................... 6-2 (T-2nd)
SBC Championships ....................................................................... 1
Bowl Appearances......................................................................... 4
Bowl Record ...............................................................................2-2
Lettermen Returning................................................................... 44
Ofense ................................................................................... 21
Defense .................................................................................. 20
Specialists ................................................................................. 4
Lettermen Lost ............................................................................ 11
Ofense ..................................................................................... 5
Defense .................................................................................... 5
Specialists ................................................................................. 2
Starters Returning ....................................................................... 19
Ofense ..................................................................................... 8
Defense .................................................................................... 9
Specialists ................................................................................. 4
Starters Lost .................................................................................. 6
Ofense ..................................................................................... 3
Defense .................................................................................... 2
Specialists ................................................................................. 2
Stadium ................................................................ Malone Stadium
Capacity ............................................................................... 30,427
Playing Surfacea ................................................................. ProPlay
Record .............................................................................. 107-62-1
First Game .................................................................Sept. 16, 1978
Largest Crowd ...................................................................... 31,175
Malone Stadium
Dr. Nick Bruno
President
Brett Bennett
Faculty Representative
Louisiana-Monroe Administration
The University of Louisiana at Monroe is a coeducational public university located in Monroe, Louisiana,
and is a part of the University of Louisiana System.
ULM has a 238-acre campus alongside the banks of Bayou DeSiard with more than 8,500 students, and
the academic quality of those students continues to rise. To meet the diverse needs of those students,
ULM, established in 1931, ofers degree programs within the Colleges of Arts & Sciences, Business Ad-
ministration, Education & Human Development, Pharmacy, Health Sciences and the Graduate School.
ULM is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
All undergraduate programs eligible for accreditation by professional agencies are accredited. ULM is
the only university in Louisiana to ofer a master’s in gerontology and the only public university in the
state ofering the Doctor of Pharmacy degree.
Notable Alumni: Tim McGraw, country music singer; Stan Humphries, former QB San Diego Chargers;
Marty Booker, WR Atlanta Falcons; Kevin Payne, former NFL player; Chris Harris, former NFL player; Ben
Sheets, former Major League Baseball Player; Tim Brando, Radio host and CBS Sports and Fox Sports Net
studio; Chuck Finley, former Major League Baseball Player, Calvin Natt, former NBA All-Star, Kenny Natt,
NBA Coach and Willie Robertson, CEO Duck Commander/Buck Commander.
University of Louisiana at Monroe
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Warhawk Football
2013 Schedule
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
Aug. 31 at Oklahoma Norman, Okla. 6:00 PM (Fox Sports Network PPV)
SEPT. 7 GRAMBLING STATE MONROE, LA. TBA
Sept. 14 at Wake Forest Winston-Salem, N.C. 11:30 AM (ESPN3)
Sept. 21 at Baylor Waco, Texas TBA
SEPT. 28 TULANE MONROE, LA. TBA
OCT. 3 * WESTERN KENTUCKY MONROE, LA. 7:30 PM ESPNU
Oct. 12 * at Texas State San Marcos, Texas 6:00 PM
OCT. 26 * GEORGIA STATE MONROE, LA. TBA
Oct. 31 * at Troy Troy, Ala. TBA (ESPNU)
NOV. 09 * ARKANSAS STATE MONROE, LA. TBA
Nov. 23 * at South Alabama Mobile, Ala. TBA
Nov. 30 * at Louisiana-Lafayette Lafayette, La. TBA
* Denotes Sun Belt game; All times central; Home games in BOLD CAPS; Subject to change
2012 Results
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
Sept. 8 vs. #8 Arkansas Little Rock, Ark. W, 34-31 (OT) (ESPNU)
Sept. 15 at Auburn Auburn, Ala. L, 28-31 (OT) (SEC Network/ESPN3)
SEPT. 21 BAYLOR MONROE, LA. L, 4247 ESPN
Sept. 29 at Tulane New Orleans, La. W, 63-10 (CST)
Oct. 6 * at Middle Tennessee Murfreesboro, Tenn. W, 31-17 (Sun Belt Network)
OCT. 13 * FLORIDA ATLANTIC MONROE, LA. W, 3514 SUN BELT NETWORK
Oct. 20 * at Western Kentucky Bowling Green, Ky. W, 43-42 (ESPN3)
OCT. 27 * SOUTH ALABAMA MONROE, LA. W, 3824
NOV. 3 * LOUISIANALAFAYETTE MONROE, LA. L, 2440 SUN BELT NETWORK
Nov. 8 * at Arkansas State Jonesboro, Ark. L, 23-45 (ESPNU)
NOV. 17 * NORTH TEXAS MONROE, LA. W, 4216
Nov. 24 * at FIU Miami, Fla. W, 23-17 (OT)
ADVOCARE V100 INDEPENDENCE BOWL
Dec. 28 vs. Ohio Shreveport, La. L, 14-45 (ESPN)
* Denotes Sun Belt game; Home games in BOLD CAPS
Year School Record
1996 Illinois State 3–8
1997 Illinois State 2–9
1998 Illinois State 8–4
1999 Illinois State 11–3
2000 Army 1–10
2001 Army 3–8
2002 Army 1–11
2003 Army 0–7
2010 ULM 5–7
2011 ULM 4-8
2012 ULM 8-5
Total 10 years 46-80
Berry Year-by-Year as a Head Coach
Year Bowl/Playofs Results
1936 TB Charity Bowl - vs. Southwest Mississippi JC W, 47-0
1946 Shrine Bowl - vs. Hardin College L, 0-33
1947 Junior Sugar Bowl - vs. Hillsboro (Texas) W, 33-13
1987 I-AA Playofs National Champions
1990 I-AA Playofs First Round
1992 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnalist
1993 I-AA Playofs First Round
2012 AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl vs. Ohio - Shreveport, La. L, 14-45
Warhawks in the Postseason
• Todd Berry, a 30-year coaching veteran, is in his fourth season as the head
coach of the Warhawk football Team. Berry, who served as the ofensive
coordinator from 2004-05, returned to Monroe in December 2009 as he was
hired as the program’s 14th head coach.
• Berry was honored as the 2012 Sun Belt Conference Coach of the Year after
guiding the Warhawks to an FBS-era best eight wins. Kolton Browning
was named the league’s ofensive player of the year, while Brent Leonard
highlighted a group of eight all-conference selections as he was tabbed frst
team all-conference. In three seasons under Berry, the Warhawks have had
19 players named to the All-Sun Belt team.
• Brent Leonard became the frst Warhawk to have 80 receptions in a single
season as he tallied 104 and fnished his Warhawk career at the top of the re-
ceptions list with 209. Meanwhile, Kolton Browning became the new leader
in career touchdown passes as he fnished 2012 with 60 career TD passes.
Browning also set new single season records in completions (273) and
passing yards (3,049), while tying the single-year mark with 29 touchdown
passes. In all, ULM set 45 new records over the course of the 2012 campaign.
• The Warhawks burst onto the national scene with a 34-31 overtime win over
then-No. 8 Arkansas. ULM trailed 28-7 in the third quarter before rallying for
the win. The Warhawks continued to have the eyes of the country on them
with close losses at Auburn and against Baylor. ULM opened the confer-
ence season 4-0 to improve to 6-2 overall and reach bowl eligibility for the
frst time since 2009. ULM’s historic season culminated with its frst-ever
bowl game as the Warhawks battled the Ohio Bobcats in the AdvoCare V100
Independence Bowl in Shreveport, La., on Dec. 28, 2012.
• In 2011, Berry tutored sophomore quarterback Kolton Browning to another
record-setting season for the Warhawks in 2011. Browning fnished just 39
yards shy of the school record for total ofense with 2,926 yards. Browning
set new single-season records for completions (244) and plays (554).
• ULM landed six players on the All-Sun Belt team following the 2011 cam-
paign, including frst-team selections Ken Dorsey and Darius Prelow.
• In his frst season in charge of the program, Berry led a team that saw 17
freshmen and sophomores start games and featured 23 freshmen and
sophomores on the ofensive and defensive depth chart. Berry’s Warhawks
faced one of the toughest non-conference schedules in the nation; ULM
faced Auburn (BCS National Champion), Arkansas (Sugar Bowl) and LSU
(Cotton Bowl). ULM fell just short in its bid for the program’s frst-ever bowl
appearance.
Head Coach Todd Berry
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Warhawk Football
Kolton Browning
QB - 6-1 - 211
Senior
Mabank, Texas
Named Sun Belt Ofensive Player of the Year while earning Second Team Sun Belt and All-
Louisiana honors… Led ULM to a 34-31 overtime victory over Arkansas in Little Rock…
Finished 42 of 67 for 412 yards through the air and 69 on the ground including the game-
winning 16 yard TD run in OT… Scored three touchdowns (two passing) in narrow loss
to Baylor in front of a record crowd of 31,175 at Malone Stadium… Led ULM to a come-
from-behind win at Western Kentucky, including a game-tying 90-yard drive at the end
of regulation… Had 124 passing yards (5 for 7, TD before leaving UL-Lafayette contest
due to injury… Returned two weeks later vs. North Texas and threw three touchdowns to
become the program’s career leader… Found Brent Leonard in OT at FIU as ULM won its
eighth game of the season, a new FBS-era best.
Je’Ron Hamm
WR - 6-4 - 233
Senior
Leesville, Louisiana
Earned Honorable Mention All-Sun Belt Honors after fnishing junior campaign with new
season highs in receptions (62), yards (915) and touchdowns (6)… Made six grabs for 92
yards against Arkansas... Caught fve balls at Auburn for 57 yards... Against Baylor, made
three grabs for 49 yards... Caught three passes for 86 yards and a touchdown at Tulane...
Registered three catches for 62 yards and a TD at Middle Tennessee... Tallied six catches for
78 yards and a touchdown at WKU... Caught three balls, including a 29-yard touchdown,
against UL-Lafayette... First 100-yard game at Arkansas State with nine catches for a then
career-high 102 yards... Second straight 100-yard game against North Texas with seven
grabs for a career-high 119 yards and two scores including a career-long 61-yard TD recep-
tion... Seven catches for 78 yards at FIU.
Cameron Blakes
LB - 6-1 - 241
Senior
Monroe, Louisiana
Projected as ULM’s starting middle linebacker in 2013… Started three games at outside
linebacker before going down with a season-ending injury in the home opener against
Baylor… Totaled six tackles in the 34-31 overtime victory against No. 8 Arkansas in Little
Rock… ULM defense held Arkansas to just 377 yards of total ofense and collected a
huge stop in overtime to set up the game-winning drive… Had six tackles, including two
for a loss and one sack, in Warhawks’ overtime loss at Auburn… Registered six tackles,
with fve solo stops, against Baylor before leaving due to injury… As a junior, Blakes
started all 12 games and totaled 50 tackles, including 29 solo tackles, and two sacks.
Josh Allen
OL - 6-3 - 315
Senior
Cedar Hill, Texas
Earned Second Team All-Sun Belt and Honorable Mention All-Louisiana honors… Started
all 13 games as a junior…. Helped ULM outgain No. 8 Arkansas 550 to 377 in the 34-31
overtime victory at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock, Ark... Against Baylor helped the
ULM ofense outgain the Bears 560 to 549, including 262 yards on the ground... At Tulane,
part of ULM ofense that gained 553 yards in the 63-10 rout... Part of ofensive line that
aided in 500 total yards in 31-17 win at Middle Tennessee in the SBC opener... Helped lead
the ofense to a second half comeback at WKU, including a seven-play, 90 yard drive to
tie the game at the end of regulation... Ofense gained 420 yards as ULM defeated South
Alabama for its ffth consecutive win and reach bowl eligibility at the end of October... Part
of an ofense that gained 518 total yards in 42-16 win over North Texas.
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Warhawk Roster
No. Name Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Hometown/Previous School
1 Isaiah Newsome S Sr. 5-11 200 Petal, Miss. (Petal HS)
2 Monterrell Washington RB Sr. 5-10 206 Bryan, Texas (Bryan HS)
3 Cameron Blakes LB Sr. 6-1 241 Monroe, La. (Ouachita Parish HS)
4 Rob’Donovan Lewis CB Jr. 5-10 178 Jonesboro, La. (Memphis) (Jonesboro-Hodge HS)
5 Centarius Donald RB Sr. 6-1 221 Columbia, La. (Caldwell Parish HS)
6 Brian Williams QB Fr. 6-4 185 Bogalusa, La. (Bogalusa HS)
7 Jyruss Edwards RB Sr. 5-11 206 White Castle, La. (White Castle HS)
8 Tavarese Maye WR Sr. 6-0 183 Petal, Miss. (Petal HS)
10 Cordero Smith S Jr. 5-11 193 Garland, Texas (Naaman Forest HS)
11 Wes Davis TE Fr. 6-4 224 Rockwall, Texas (Mary Hardin Baylor) (Rockwall HS)
12 Brayle Brown QB So. 6-2 195 Shawnee, Okla. (Shawnee HS)
13 Colby Harper WR Jr. 6-0 188 Wylie, Texas (Wylie HS)
14 Vincent Eddie CB Sr. 5-8 160 DeSoto, Texas (DeSoto HS)
15 Kolton Browning QB Sr. 6-1 211 Mabank, Texas (Mabank HS)
16 Bivins Caraway III QB Fr. 6-0 200 Longview, Texas (Longview HS)
16 Ian McCoig QB Jr. 6-2 225 Georgetown, Texas (Georgetown HS)
17 Justin Manton K / P Jr. 6-2 194 Prairieville, La. (St. Amant HS)
18 Emanuel Jeferies DE Sr. 6-3 292 Jackson, Miss. (Forest Hill HS)
19 Tyler Cain RB Jr. 5-8 187 West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS)
20 Justin Backus CB RFr. 6-2 183 Mesquite, Texas (North Mesquite HS)
21 Tevin Horton RB Fr. 5-10 205 LaPlace, La. (John Curtis Christian School)
22 Cortney Davis RB So. 5-9 181 Gladewater, Texas (Gladewater HS)
23 Kenzee Jackson WR Jr. 5-10 185 Dallas, Texas (Texas A&M-Commerce) (Sam Houston HS)
24 Trey Caldwell CB So. 5-9 188 Richardson, Texas (Berkner HS)
25 Alex Johnson S RFr. 5-10 202 Fort Worth, Texas (Dunbar HS)
26 Caleb Gammel WR So. 6-3 195 Pineville, La. (Buckeye HS)
27 Grant Dotsy DB Fr. 5-10 175 Rowlett, Texas (Rowlett HS)
28 DeVontae McNeal RB So. 5-10 209 Quitman, Texas (Quitman HS)
29 Ferrando Joseph S Fr. 5-10 191 Corinth, Texas (Lake Dallas HS)
30 Marquis McCullum DB Fr. 6-1 185 Birmingham, Ala. (A.H. Parker HS)
31 Lenzy Pipkins S RFr. 6-0 195 Mansfeld, Texas (Mansfeld HS)
32 Tre’ Hunter S RFr. 6-0 183 Monroe, La. (Richwood HS)
33 Tevyn Cagins LB RFr. 6-1 216 Laftte, La. (Fisher HS)
34 Michael Johnson LB So. 6-1 221 Maumelle, Ark. (Parkview HS)
36 Cody Robinson LB So. 6-0 216 Des Arc, Ark. (Des Arc HS)
37 Preston Coleman S Sr. 5-8 169 Bastrop, La. (Louisiana College) (Bastrop HS)
38 Mitch Lane S So. 6-0 212 Pine Bluf, Ark. (Watson Chapel HS)
39 Felix Blade S So. 5-11 195 Monroe, La. (Neville HS)
40 Corey Davis CB So. 5-9 177 Gladewater, Texas (Pittsburgh) (Gladewater HS)
41 Nathan Meadors, Jr. RB RFr. 5-7 170 Richardson, Texas (Plano East HS)
42 Roland Veal S Jr. 6-1 201 Houston, Texas (Cesar Chavez HS)
44 Austin Moss LB Sr. 6-2 230 Rockwall, Texas (Navarro College) (Rockwall-Heath HS)
45 Lorenzo Jackson DE So. 6-2 214 Monroe, La. (Richwood HS)
46 Madison Tharp DS Sr. 6-0 214 Albertville, Ala. (Albertville HS)
47 Roland Jenkins DB Fr. 6-0 175 New Orleans, La. (McDonogh 35 HS)
48 Hunter Kissinger LB So. 6-2 229 Springdale, Ark. (Har-Ber HS)
49 Alex Crist K So. 5-10 195 Bossier City, La. (Arkansas Tech) (Parkway HS)
50 Jef Savage OL RFr. 6-2 272 Smackover, Ark. (Smackover HS)
51 Jacob Tyson DE Fr. 6-0 244 West Monroe, La. (West Monroe HS)
52 Jarred Dunn LB Fr. 6-0 197 Monroe, La. (Richwood HS)
53 Brandon Savone LB RFr. 6-0 201 Harvey, La. (Thomas Jeferson HS)
55 Jimmy Chung OL RFr. 6-1 290 Irving, Texas (Irving HS)
57 Braxton Moore LB RFr. 5-11 213 Normal, Ill. (Normal Community West HS)
58 Elliot Hilliard NT Jr. 6-3 269 Killeen, Texas (Shoemaker HS)
65 Joseph Treadwell OL Jr. 6-5 316 Pine Bluf, Ark. (Pine Bluf HS)
66 Josh Allen OL Sr. 6-3 315 Cedar Hill, Texas (Cedar Hill)
67 Jeremy Burton OL Jr. 6-2 310 Muskogee, Okla. (Muskogee HS)
68 Colby Mitchell OL So. 6-1 283 Bartlesville, Okla. (Bartlesville HS)
70 Frank Sutton, Jr. OL Fr. 6-2 285 Jackson, Miss. (Forest Hill HS)
71 Chase Regian OL Fr. 6-2 275 Rockwall, Texas (Rockwall-Heath HS)
72 Jack Mervin OL RFr. 6-4 287 New Orleans, La. (De La Salle HS)
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No. Name Pos. Cl. Ht. Wt. Hometown/Previous School
73 Trey Martin OL Fr. 6-2 285 Hot Springs, Ark. (Lake Hamilton HS)
74 Matthew Oubre OL Fr. 6-2 275 Dayton, Texas (Dayton HS)
75 Demiere Burkett OL Jr. 6-2 315 Balch Springs, Texas (West Mesquite HS)
76 Gerrand Johnson NT So. 6-0 283 Rayville, La. (Missouri) (Rayville HS)
77 Ben Risenhoover OL Jr. 6-2 293 Jenks, Okla. (Jenks HS)
78 Jon Fisher OL Sr. 6-3 306 Oxford, Miss. (Oxford HS)
79 Brandon Bridgers OL Fr. 6-4 290 Robertsdale, Ala. (Robertsdale HS)
80 Tre’ Perrier WR RFr. 5-8 174 Kenner, La. (John Curtis Christian School)
81 Rashon Ceaser WR So. 6-0 183 Clinton, La. (East Feliciana HS)
82 Kevin Steed TE Sr. 6-3 242 Lithia Springs, Ga. (Lithia Springs HS)
83 Ajalen Holley WR RFr. 5-10 193 Hot Springs, Ark. (Lakeside HS)
84 De’Vonte Haggerty WR Fr. 5-11 179 Tyler, Texas (Air Force Prep) (John Tyler HS)
85 Tony Cook WR So. 6-4 185 DeSoto, Texas (DeSoto HS)
86 Je’Ron Hamm WR Sr. 6-4 233 Leesville, La. (Leesville HS)
87 Nick Jones TE Fr. 6-2 246 Brownsboro, Texas (Brownsboro HS)
88 Harley Scioneaux TE So. 6-5 247 Reserve, La. (St. Charles Catholic HS)
89 Alec Osborne TE RFr. 6-3 228 Geismar, La. (Dutchtown HS)
90 Ray Stovall LB Jr. 6-2 232 Tulsa, Okla. (Booker T. Washington HS)
91 Kentarius Caldwell NT Sr. 6-2 276 Richardson, Texas (Berkner HS)
92 Jackson Randle DE So. 6-1 238 Lufkin, Texas (Lufkin HS)
93 David Elias, Jr. DL Fr. 6-3 263 Prairieville, La. (Dutchtown HS)
94 Brandon Menard K RFr. 5-9 181 Shreveport, La. (C.E. Byrd HS)
95 Darius Lively DE Jr. 6-3 254 Lancaster, Texas (Lancaster HS)
96 Everett Anderson DL Fr. 6-3 240 Houston, Texas (C.E. King HS)
97 Diontre Thomas DE RFr. 6-1 222 Denton, Texas (Guyer HS)
98 Malcolm Edmond DE Jr. 6-1 275 Texarkana, Texas (Liberty-Eylau HS)
99 Joey Gautney DE Jr. 6-1 255 Whitehouse, Texas (Whitehouse HS)
2013 Signees
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Hometown/Previous School
Everett Anderson DL 6-3 240 Fr. Houston, Texas (C.E. King HS)
Brandon Bridgers OL 6-4 290 Fr. Robertsdale, Ala. (Robertsdale HS)
Bivins Caraway III QB 6-0 200 Fr. Longview, Texas (Longview HS)
Corey Davis CB 5-9 177 So. Gladewater, Texas (Pittsburgh) (Gladewater HS)
Wes Davis TE 6-4 215 So. Rockwall, Texas (Mary Hardin Baylor) (Rockwall HS)
Sterling Doss LB 6-0 223 Fr. Slidell, La. (Salmen HS)
Grant Dotsy DB 5-10 175 Fr. Rowlett, Texas (Rowlett HS)
Jarred Dunn LB 6-0 197 Fr. Monroe, La. (Richwood HS)
David Elias, Jr. DL 6-3 263 Fr. Prairieville, La. (Dutchtown HS)
Tevin Horton RB 5-10 205 Fr. LaPlace, La. (John Curtis Christian School)
Roland Jenkins DB 6-0 175 Fr. New Orleans, La. (McDonogh 35 HS)
Trey Lamastus DS 5-10 210 Fr. Monroe, La. (Neville HS)
Trey Martin OL 6-2 285 Fr. Hot Springs, Ark. (Lake Hamilton HS)
Marquis McCullum DB 6-1 185 Fr. Birmingham, Ala. (A.H. Parker HS)
Matthew Oubre OL 6-2 275 Fr. Dayton, Texas (Dayton HS)
Chase Regian OL 6-2 275 Fr. Rockwall, Texas (Rockwall-Heath HS)
Frank Sutton, Jr. OL 6-3 285 Fr. Jackson, Miss. (Forest Hill HS)
Brian Williams QB 6-4 185 Fr. Bogalusa, La. (Bogalusa HS)
Coaching Staf
Head Coach: Todd Berry
Steve Farmer - Assistant Head Coach / Ofensive Coordinator / Ofensive Line
Troy Refett- Defensive Coordinator / Cornerbacks
Bryan Applewhite- Assistant Coach / Running Backs / Recruiting Coordinator
Jerry McManus- Assistant Coach / Tight Ends
Jason Nichols- Assistant Coach / Outisde Wide Receivers
Travis Niekamp- Assistant Coach / Linebackers / Special Teams
Mario Price- Assistant Coach / Inside Wide Receivers
Everett Todd- Assistant Coach / Defensive Line
Adam Waugh- Assistant Coach / Safeties
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RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G
Browning, K 12 146 670 182 488 3.3 7 39 40.7
Edwards, Jyruss 8 99 446 8 438 4.4 6 58 54.8
Washington, M 13 81 381 27 354 4.4 6 48 27.2
McNeal, D 13 19 200 2 198 10.4 2 54 15.2
Bailey, M 11 32 156 0 156 4.9 2 32 14.2
Donald, C 5 26 136 1 135 5.2 1 22 27.0
Maye, Tavarese 13 6 45 0 45 7.5 0 22 3.5
Leonard, Brent 13 4 21 0 21 5.2 0 9 1.6
Brown, Brayle 5 5 23 2 21 4.2 0 12 4.2
Gammel, Caleb 2 1 14 0 14 14.0 0 14 7.0
Wells, Cody 12 12 34 25 9 0.8 0 13 0.8
Davis, Cortney 13 4 4 1 3 0.8 0 4 0.2
Carrington, E 2 3 1 16 -15 -5.0 0 1 -7.5
TEAM 8 12 0 20 -20 -1.7 0 0 -2.5
Total.......... 13 450 2131 284 1847 4.1 24 58 142.1
Opponents...... 13 467 2192 343 1849 4.0 21 61 142.2
PASSING G Ef c Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G
Browning, K 12 141.31 273-428-10 63.8 3049 29 81 254.1
Wells, Cody 12 126.21 66-103-4 64.1 700 4 59 58.3
Brown, Brayle 5 20.16 2-5-1 40.0 12 0 7 2.4
Manton, Justin 13 192.40 1-1-0 100.0 11 0 11 0.8
Carrington, E 2 158.80 1-1-0 100.0 7 0 7 3.5
TEAM 8 0.00 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
Total.......... 13 137.17 343-539-15 63.6 3779 33 81 290.7
Opponents...... 13 142.60 286-457-16 62.6 3595 29 81 276.5
RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G
Leonard, Brent 13 104 1118 10.8 10 39 86.0
Hamm, Je’Ron 13 62 915 14.8 6 61 70.4
Maye, Tavarese 13 56 612 10.9 4 81 47.1
Harper, Colby 8 29 303 10.4 2 41 37.9
Ceaser, Rashon 10 15 223 14.9 2 59 22.3
Milton, Keavon 13 14 146 10.4 0 29 11.2
Edwards, Jyruss 8 12 157 13.1 0 44 19.6
Davis, Cortney 13 12 92 7.7 1 30 7.1
Bailey, M 11 7 21 3.0 0 18 1.9
Washington, M 13 6 56 9.3 1 27 4.3
Steed, Kevin 12 6 14 2.3 3 5 1.2
Ceasar, Rashon 3 5 39 7.8 0 15 13.0
Cook, Tony 11 5 29 5.8 0 7 2.6
Scioneaux, H 12 4 16 4.0 3 9 1.3
Donald, C 5 3 21 7.0 1 9 4.2
Cain, Tyler 8 1 8 8.0 0 8 1.0
McNeal, D 13 1 7 7.0 0 7 0.5
Fisher, Jon 13 1 2 2.0 0 2 0.2
Total.......... 13 343 3779 11.0 33 81 290.7
Opponents...... 13 286 3595 12.6 29 81 276.5
PUNT RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Leonard, Brent 17 139 8.2 0 22
Cain, Tyler 3 5 1.7 0 12
Davis, Cortney 1 2 2.0 0 2
Ceasar, Rashon 1 -2 -2.0 0 0
Steed, Kevin 1 5 5.0 0 5
Total.......... 23 149 6.5 0 22
Opponents...... 13 87 6.7 0 21
INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Newsome, Isaiah 4 33 8.2 0 14
Ford, DaCorris 3 10 3.3 0 10
Lewis, R 2 4 2.0 0 4
Lively, Darius 1 6 6.0 1 6
Eddie, Vincent 1 0 0.0 0 0
Coleman, P 1 0 0.0 0 0
Lane, Mitch 1 11 11.0 0 11
Mitchell, Henry 1 18 18.0 0 18
Smith, Cordero 1 0 0.0 0 0
Young, R.J. 1 55 55.0 0 49
Total.......... 16 137 8.6 1 49
Opponents...... 15 194 12.9 0 36
KICK RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Davis, Cortney 34 748 22.0 0 51
Bailey, M 4 77 19.2 0 30
McNeal, D 2 32 16.0 0 16
Cain, Tyler 2 61 30.5 0 38
Maye, Tavarese 1 15 15.0 0 15
Total.......... 43 933 21.7 0 51
Opponents...... 48 1001 20.9 0 58
|- PATs -|
SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points
Manton, Justin 0 5-9 57-58 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 72
Leonard, Brent 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 60
Browning, K 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-1 0 0 42
Washington, M 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 42
Edwards, Jyruss 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36
Hamm, Je’Ron 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36
Maye, Tavarese 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24
Scioneaux, H 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Steed, Kevin 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Bailey, M 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Ceaser, Rashon 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 14
McNeal, D 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12
Harper, Colby 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12
Donald, C 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12
Davis, Cortney 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Stovall, Ray 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Lively, Darius 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Young, R.J. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Gautney, Joey 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 0
Total.......... 61 5-9 57-58 0-0 1 1-1 0 0 440
Opponents...... 50 11-12 46-47 0-1 0 0-1 0 0 379
TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G
Browning, K 12 574 488 3049 3537 294.8
Wells, Cody 12 115 9 700 709 59.1
Edwards, Jyruss 8 99 438 0 438 54.8
Washington, M 13 81 354 0 354 27.2
McNeal, D 13 19 198 0 198 15.2
Bailey, M 11 32 156 0 156 14.2
Donald, C 5 26 135 0 135 27.0
Maye, Tavarese 13 6 45 0 45 3.5
Brown, Brayle 5 10 21 12 33 6.6
Leonard, Brent 13 4 21 0 21 1.6
Gammel, Caleb 2 1 14 0 14 7.0
Manton, Justin 13 1 0 11 11 0.8
Davis, Cortney 13 4 3 0 3 0.2
Carrington, E 2 4 -15 7 -8 -4.0
TEAM 8 13 -20 0 -20 -2.5
Total.......... 13 989 1847 3779 5626 432.8
Opponents...... 13 924 1849 3595 5444 418.8
FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk
Manton, Justin 5-9 55.6 0-0 1-1 3-5 1-3 0-0 47 3
PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd
Manton, Justin 48 1912 39.8 66 3 17 19 0
Fryoux, Conner 6 202 33.7 43 0 2 3 0
Gammel, Caleb 1 35 35.0 35 0 1 0 0
Total.......... 55 2149 39.1 66 3 20 22 0
Opponents...... 62 2504 40.4 64 7 17 13 1
ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G
Leonard, Brent 13 21 1118 139 0 0 1278 98.3
Hamm, Je’Ron 13 0 915 0 0 0 915 70.4
Davis, Cortney 13 3 92 2 748 0 845 65.0
Maye, Tavarese 13 45 612 0 15 0 672 51.7
Edwards, Jyruss 8 438 157 0 0 0 595 74.4
Browning, K 12 488 0 0 0 0 488 40.7
Washington, M 13 354 56 0 0 0 410 31.5
Harper, Colby 8 0 303 0 0 0 303 37.9
Bailey, M 11 156 21 0 77 0 254 23.1
McNeal, D 13 198 7 0 32 0 237 18.2
Ceaser, Rashon 10 0 223 0 0 0 223 22.3
Donald, C 5 135 21 0 0 0 156 31.2
Milton, Keavon 13 0 146 0 0 0 146 11.2
Cain, Tyler 8 0 8 5 61 0 74 9.2
Young, R.J. 13 0 0 0 0 55 55 4.2
Ceasar, Rashon 3 0 39 -2 0 0 37 12.3
Newsome, Isaiah 13 0 0 0 0 33 33 2.5
Cook, Tony 11 0 29 0 0 0 29 2.6
Brown, Brayle 5 21 0 0 0 0 21 4.2
Steed, Kevin 12 0 14 5 0 0 19 1.6
Mitchell, Henry 13 0 0 0 0 18 18 1.4
Scioneaux, H 12 0 16 0 0 0 16 1.3
Gammel, Caleb 2 14 0 0 0 0 14 7.0
Lane, Mitch 8 0 0 0 0 11 11 1.4
Ford, DaCorris 13 0 0 0 0 10 10 0.8
Wells, Cody 12 9 0 0 0 0 9 0.8
Lively, Darius 12 0 0 0 0 6 6 0.5
Lewis, R 13 0 0 0 0 4 4 0.3
Fisher, Jon 13 0 2 0 0 0 2 0.2
Carrington, E 2 -15 0 0 0 0 -15 -7.5
TEAM 8 -20 0 0 0 0 -20 -2.5
Total.......... 13 1847 3779 149 933 137 6845 526.5
Opponents...... 13 1849 3595 87 1001 194 6726 517.4
|-------Tackles-------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd
DEFENSIVE LEADERS
GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf
Young, R.J. 13 42 52 94 10.5-18 . 1-55 2 2 3-36 1 . .
Smith, Cordero 13 44 27 71 . . 1-0 4 . . 2 . .
Eddie, Vincent 13 47 21 68 2.0-4 . 1-0 3 . . . . .
Lewis, R 13 44 24 68 0.5-1 . 2-4 8 . 2-0 . . .
Stovall, Ray 13 41 22 63 13.5-51 3.0-30 . 1 4 1-0 . . .
Mitchell, Henry 13 41 22 63 2.5-5 0.5-3 1-18 2 1 . 1 . .
Newsome, Isaiah 13 33 24 57 2.0-4 . 4-33 5 . 1-6 . . .
Johnson, G 13 22 29 51 7.5-30 4.0-22 . . 3 . 2 . .
Ford, DaCorris 13 31 20 51 10.0-36 3.0-20 3-10 2 6 . . . .
Edmond, Malcolm 13 22 23 45 5.5-18 1.5-11 . . 1 . . . .
Lane, Mitch 8 17 23 40 2.0-6 1.0-2 1-11 4 . 1-4 . . .
Gautney, Joey 13 20 17 37 5.0-21 1.0-9 . 2 3 . . . .
Kissinger, H 13 9 11 20 4.0-22 2.0-18 . . 4 1-0 . . .
Johnson, M 13 12 7 19 2.5-5 . . . . . . . .
Blakes, Cameron 3 12 6 18 2.0-6 1.0-2 . . 2 . . . .
Peterson, Otis 13 8 6 14 . . . 2 . . . . .
Caldwell, Trey 12 13 1 14 . . . . . . . . .
Robinson, Cody 13 8 5 13 1.5-1 0.5-0 . . . . . . .
Hardy, Brandon 13 7 3 10 . . . . . . . . .
McNeal, D 13 7 3 10 . . . . . . . . .
Coleman, P 12 6 3 9 . . 1-0 3 . . . 1 .
Jeferies, E 13 4 5 9 2.5-13 1.5-12 . 1 . . . . .
Lively, Darius 12 5 4 9 1.5-11 1.5-11 1-6 . 6 . 1 . .
Caldwell, K 6 3 6 9 . . . 2 1 . . . .
Veal, Roland 13 4 4 8 . . . . . . . . .
Davis, Cortney 13 3 3 6 . . . . . . . . .
Usher, Khairi 9 1 5 6 0.5-2 . . 1 . . . . .
Moss, Austin 8 1 4 5 . 1.0-0 . . 1 . . . .
Total.......... 13 528 384 912 78-269 24-163 16-137 42 34 10-46 9 2 .
Opponents...... 13 590 324 914 65.0-250 27-165 15-194 48 40 4-0 8 4 .
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University of South Alabama
Quick Facts
Location ....................................................................... Mobile, Ala.
Founded .................................................................................. 1963
Enrollment ........................................................................... 14,883
Nickname ............................................................................ Jaguars
Colors .............................................................. Blue, Red and White
Athletics Website...........................................www.usajaguars.com
Primary Ofense ..................................................... Multiple Spread
Primary Defense...........................................................Multiple 3-4
All-Time Record ......................................................................25-15
All-Time SBC Record ...................................................................1-7
2012 Record .............................................................................2-11
2012 SBC Record (Finish) ................................................. 1-7 (10th)
SBC Championships ....................................................................... 0
Bowl Appearances......................................................................... 0
Bowl Record ...............................................................................n/a
Lettermen Returning................................................................... 41
Ofense ................................................................................... 20
Defense .................................................................................. 18
Specialists ................................................................................. 3
Lettermen Lost ............................................................................ 14
Ofense ..................................................................................... 9
Defense .................................................................................... 4
Specialists ................................................................................. 1
Starters Returning ....................................................................... 16
Ofense ..................................................................................... 7
Defense .................................................................................... 8
Specialists ................................................................................. 1
Starters Lost .................................................................................. 8
Ofense ..................................................................................... 4
Defense .................................................................................... 3
Specialists ................................................................................. 1
Stadium .......................................................Ladd-Peebles Stadium
Capacity ............................................................................... 33,471
Playing Surface ................................................................. FieldTurf
Record ......................................................................................21-5
First Game ...................................................................Sept. 5, 2009
Largest Crowd: ..................................................................... 26,783
Dr. John Smith
Interim President
Dr. David Turpinseed
Faculty Representative
Dr. Joel Erdmann
Athletics Director
Jinni Frisbey
SWA
South Alabama Administration
The University of South Alabama is a public, doctoral-level university in Mobile, Alabama. It was created
by the Alabama Legislature in 1963.
Currently, the university is divided into 10 colleges and schools, and includes one of Alabama’s two state-
supported medical schools. To date, the university has awarded over 70,000 degrees.
The university ofers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate degrees in ten colleges and schools.
Several programs ofer master’s level degrees in addition to undergraduate degrees. Doctoral level
degrees are ofered in several areas, including Nursing, Medicine, Basic Medical Sciences, Instructional
Design, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Audiology, Marine Science, Psychology, and a Doctor of
Pharmacy degree.
The university will also add doctoral programs in Business and Engineering beginning in 2013, with the
business doctorate being the state’s frst doctorate in business administration. The psychology doctoral
program was initiated in 2009 and is one of a handful of such programs nationwide that ofers a Com-
bined degree, emphasizing both Clinical Psychology and Counseling Psychology.
The university has over 5,200 employees and is the second largest employer in Mobile, Alabama. It has
remained one of Alabama’s fastest growing universities for the past several years.
Notable Alumni: Juan Pierre, Miami Marlins; P.J. Walters, Minesotta Twins; David Freese, St. Louis Cardinals
and 2011 World Series MVP; former Major League baseball players Mike Mordecai, Luis Gonzalez, Jon
Lieber and Marlon Anderson; Tina Powell Allen, sculptor; Judsen Culbreth, Editor of Scholastic Magazine.
Ladd-Peebles Stadium
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Jaguar Football
2013 Schedule
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
AUG. 29 SOUTHERN UTAH MOBILE, ALA. TBA
Sept. 7 at Tulane New Orleans, La. 2:30 PM (CST)
SEPT. 14 * WESTERN KENTUCKY MOBILE, ALA. TBA
Sept. 28 at Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. TBA
Oct. 5 * at Troy Troy, Ala. TBA
OCT. 19 KENT STATE MOBILE, ALA. TBA
Oct. 26 * at Texas State San Marcos, Texas 6:00 PM
NOV. 2 * ARKANSAS STATE MOBILE, ALA. TBA
Nov. 16 at Navy Annapolis, Md. TBA
NOV. 23 * LOUISIANAMONROE MOBILE, ALA. TBA
Nov. 30 * at Georgia State Atlanta, Ga. 1:00 PM
DEC. 7 * LOUISIANALAFAYETTE MOBILE, ALA. TBA
* Denotes Sun Belt game; All times central; Home games in BOLD CAPS; Subject to change
2012 Results
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
SEPT. 1 TEXASSAN ANTONIO MOBILE, ALA. L, 3133 ESPN3
SEPT. 8 NICHOLLS STATE MOBILE, ALA. W, 93 ESPN3
Sept. 15 at North Carolina State Raleigh, N.C. L, 7-37 (ESPN3)
Sept. 22 at #23 Mississippi State Starkville, Miss. L, 10-30 (PPV)
SEPT. 29 * TROY MOBILE, ALA. L, 1031 SUN BELT NETWORK
Oct. 13 * at Arkansas State Jonesboro, Ark. L, 29-36
OCT. 20 * FLORIDA ATLANTIC MOBILE, ALA. W, 3734 2OT
Oct. 27 * at Louisiana-Monroe Monroe, La. L, 24-38
NOV. 3 * FIU MOBILE, ALA. L, 2028
Nov. 10 * at North Texas Denton, Texas L, 14-24 (KTXA)
NOV. 17 * MIDDLE TENNESSEE MOBILE, ALA. L, 1220
Nov. 24 * at Louisiana-Lafayette Lafayette, La. L, 30-52 (Cox4/ESPN3)
Dec. 1 at Hawai’i Honolulu, Hawai’i L, 7-23
Home games in BOLD CAPS
Year School Record
2007 Birmingham-Southern 3-7
2009 South Alabama 7-0
2010 South Alabama 10-0
2011 South Alabama 6-4
2012 South Alabama 2-11
Total 5 years 28-22
Jones Year-by-Year as a Head Coach
Year Bowl/Playofs Results
None yet
Jaguars in the Postseason
• In just fve years the University of South Alabama has gone from a school that didn’t feld
a football team to one that will compete at the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision level with
eligibility to win a Sun Belt Conference championship and earn a bowl berth. One man
has played a key role throughout the process since the Jaguar program was established
— head coach Joey Jones.
• As he begins his ffth season, and sixth year, leading the Jags, Jones — a Mobile native
with a storied collegiate career as a wide receiver at Alabama — has guided USA to a
25-15 mark overall including leading the squad to back-to-back undefeated seasons in its
frst two seasons of competition.
• Last fall, the Jaguars’ frst competing in the SBC, the program had four individuals earn
all-league honors paced by frst-team selection Jake Johnson, the leading tackler in
the conference who guided a unit that ranked second in yards allowed per outing and
was frst in red zone defense. USA picked up its frst-ever Sun Belt victory with a 37-34
come-from-behind double-overtime win over Florida Atlantic Homecoming weekend,
while also dropping one-score decisions at league champion Arkansas State and against
runner-up Middle Tennessee.
• Just 22 months after taking over the reins of the school’s start-up football venture, Jones
helped lead the Jags to an undefeated record in its frst-ever season on the feld in 2009.
And not only did USA go 7-0 against a schedule that included four high-level prep pro-
grams, two top-20 junior colleges and a qualifer for the NCAA Division III playofs, but it
outscored the opposition 321-41 while never trailing at any point during the season.
• The Jaguars’ dominance was seen in all phases of the game in 2009. Defensively, they
surrendered only 234 yards per contest, including just 61 on the ground as foes averaged
less than two yards per carry. On ofense, USA racked up just under 440 yards per outing
led by a rushing attack that collected 267 yards per game and better than six per carry.
Jag placekickers connected on 83 percent of their feld-goal attempts, while the punting
unit averaged 42 yards per kick.
• The Jags would face a tougher schedule that included all four-year institutions in 2010,
including four at or on the way to the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (formerly
NCAA Division I-AA), but the results would be the same — USA completed a 10-0 season
while outscoring the opposition 413-130.
• In 2011, Jones led the Jags to a 6-4 mark against the program’s toughest schedule to date,
one that included the frst two NCAA FBS opponents in school history. The USA defense
was among the top 20 at the NCAA FCS level in both pass (10th — 167 ypg) and total
(16th — 309.70 ypg) defense, while the Jaguars ranked eighth in the country with an
average of 23.91 yards per kickof return. Jordan Means became the frst player in school
history to earn All-America honors, while Trey Clark was recognized for his work in the
classroom earning academic honors from both the Football Championship Subdivision
Athletic Directors Association and the College Sports Information Directors of America).
• Following the announcement in December 2007 that the school was going to begin
playing football, former USA Director of Athletics Joe Gottfried and the head coach
search committee laid out their list of qualifcations for the program’s frst-ever head
coach which included three key qualities they desired. They wanted to fnd someone
with collegiate experience, someone with ties to the state of Alabama and the Mobile
area, and someone with the youthful energy needed to start a program from scratch. As
the process continued further and further along, one name continued to rise back to the
top — that of Jones. Formerly the head coach at Birmingham-Southern and a native of
Mobile, Jones was named as South Alabama’s frst head football coach on February 15,
2008, culminating a month-long search.
Head Coach Joey Jones
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Jeremé Jones
WR - 5-8 - 160
Junior
Mobile, Alabama
Played in all 13 games, leading the Jaguars with school-record totals of 45 receptions
and seven touchdowns while posting 513 yards...Was second on the team in scoring, also
fnishing third with 631 all-purpose yards...Recorded multiple receptions in 11 contests,
leading the Jags in the category on three occasions...Averaged over four catches per game
in league play, ranking in the top 10 in touchdowns per game in Sun Belt games with fve
in eight contests...Had a USA season-high and personal-best seven catches for 62 yards and
a pair of scores at Louisiana-Monroe...Paced the squad with a career-high 72 yards on fve
receptions at North Texas...Led the team on Senior Day against Middle Tennessee with six
catches for 53 yards, collecting seven receptions for 59 yards and a touchdown a week later
at Louisiana-Lafayette in the Sun Belt fnale...34-yard touchdown catch with less than three
minutes remaining gave USA one-point lead in season opener against Texas-San Antonio.
Melvin Meggs
OL - 6-3 - 310
Junior
Petal, Mississippi
One of two individuals to start all 13 contests on ofense ... Had the top grade on the team
this season while being credited with 76 knockdown blocks ... Earned a mark of 90 percent or
higher on six occasions ... Best grade of the season was 94 percent against Middle Tennessee
... Was on the feld for all but 15 of USA’s 938 plays, allowing just one sack while protecting
the quarterback’s blind side…Was not called for a hold or a false start all year.
Alex Page
DE - 6-1 - 245
Senior
Prattville, Alabama
Started all 13 games at defensive end ... A second-team all-Sun Belt Conference selection,
and was named second-team all-leagueby Phil Steele Publications as well ... Led USA’s
defensive linemen with a career-best 64 stops, ranking ffth on the team overall ... Had
school season-record six sacks and was second on the Jags with 11½ tackles for loss, rank-
ing among the top 10 in the Sun Belt in both categories ... Had eight stops behind the line in
eight league contests ... Recorded at least fve tackles in six league games ... Became the frst
defensive lineman in school history to fnish with a double-digit tackle total after making 10
stops in FAU win, equaling that total against Middle Tennessee ... Led team in stops for frst
time in his career at North Texas with seven tackles, which included a career-high 2½ for loss
... Three sacks in SBC play came against Arkansas State, ULL and Troy, who all ranked in the
top half of the conference in sacks against.
Enrique Williams
LB - 6-0 - 235
Senior
Mobile, Alabama
A starter in all 13 outings, was selected honorable mention all-Sun Belt Conference after
recording 105 total stops — the second-highest total on the squad — including six for loss
... Tied for seventh in the league in tackles per game ... Has four games with 10-plus stops,
with three of those coming in Sun Belt action ... Led the Jaguars in tackles fve times on the
season, the second-highest total on the team ... Recorded career-high 12 tackles at Arkansas
State, adding 11 each of the next two weeks in win over FAU and at ULM ... Credited with
season-best 1½ stops behind the line of scrimmage against FAU as well ... Collected 1½
tackles for loss among his team-high 12 stops at nationally-ranked Mississippi State ... Posted
nine tackles the previous week at N.C. State.
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Jaguar Roster
No. Name Ht. Wt. Cl.-Exp. Pos. Hometown/Previous School
1 Cameron Broadnax 6-2 195 So.-1L WR Hueytown, Ala. (Hueytown HS)
1 Anthony Harris 6-1 190 Jr.-RS CB Miami, Fla. (El Camino [Calif.] CC)
2 Ross Metheny 6-3 205 Sr.-1L QB Stephens City, Va. (Virginia)
3 Charles Watson 6-1 200 Sr.-1L CB Tylertown, Miss. (Mississippi Gulf Coast CC)
4 Darrius Morrow 5-10 170 Sr.-1L CB Memphis, Tenn. (Hutchinson [Kan.] CC)
4 Grant Powell 6-2 200 Fr.-RS QB Germantown, Tenn. (Christian Brothers Academy)
5 Bryant Lavender 6-0 190 Sr.-4L WR Gulfport, Miss. (Gulfport HS)
6 Maleki Harris 6-1 210 Jr.-1L OLB/S Cordova, Ala. (Cordova HS)
7 Brandon Bridge 6-5 220 Jr.-TR QB Mississauga, Ontario, Canada (Alcorn State)
7 E.J. May 5-10 180 So.-SQ CB Mobile, Ala. (McGill-Toolen HS)
8 Jay Jones 5-9 190 Jr.-JC RB Horn Lake, Miss. (Northeast Mississippi CC)
8 Pat Moore 6-3 260 Sr.-1L DE/OLB Southaven, Miss. (Northeast Mississippi CC)
9 Corey Besteda 6-3 195 Sr.-4L WR Jackson, Ala. (Jackson HS)
9 Tyrell Pearson 5-8 150 Sr.-1L CB Greenville, S.C. (Mesa [Ariz.] CC)
10 Ben Giles 6-0 225 Sr.-2L TE Pace, Fla. (Louisiana-Monroe)
11 Jeremé Jones 5-8 165 Jr.-3L WR Mobile, Ala. (McGill-Toolen HS)
11 Akeem Appleton 5-9 170 So.-1L CB Fort Payne, Ala. (Fort Payne HS)
12 Rush Hendricks 6-3 235 Jr.-2L TE Jay, Fla. (Jay HS)
12 Ceasare Johnson 6-5 275 Sr.-SQ DL Memphis, Tenn. (Coahoma [Miss.] CC)
13 Wes Saxton 6-4 240 Jr.-1L TE Hueytown, Ala. (Itawamba [Miss.] CC)
15 Shavarez Smith 6-1 190 Jr.-JC WR Fayetteville, N.C. (Dean [Mass.] CC)
16 Trey Fetner 6-0 200 So.-1L QB Woodland, Ala. (Woodland HS)
16 Montell Garner 6-1 225 Jr.-JC CB Euless, Texas (Navarro [Texas] JC)
17 Alonzo Long 5-10 200 Jr.-3L S Millbrook, Ala. (Stanhope Elmore HS)
18 Terrell Brigham 6-0 190 Jr.-2L S Waynesboro, Ga. (Burke County HS)
19 Jared Palmer 6-2 210 Sr.-2L TE Tuscaloosa, Ala. (Northridge HS)
20 Nathan Sassaman 5-10 180 So.-SQ WR Colorado Springs, Colo. (Classical Academy)
21 Charles Harris 6-1 190 Sr.-1L S Charleston, Miss. (Coahoma [Miss.] CC)
21 Terrance Timmons 5-7 180 So.-1L RB Theodore, Ala. (Davidson HS)
22 Qudarius Ford 5-8 170 Jr.-1L CB Cantonment, Fla. (Tate HS)
23 Tyrome Bivins 5-9 170 Jr.-1L WR Maylene, Ala. (Thompson HS)
24 T.J. Glover 5-9 170 Jr.-2L WR Tampa, Fla. (Plant HS)
25 Clifton Crews 6-3 225 Sr.-4L OLB Atlanta, Ga. (Jonesboro HS)
27 Eddy Cabrera 5-9 170 Sr.-4L CB Weston, Fla. (Cypress Bay HS)
27 Tripp Abbott 5-10 160 Fr.-RS WR Dallas, Texas (Newman Smith HS)
28 Enrique Williams 6-0 235 Sr.-4L ILB Mobile, Ala. (Blount HS)
29 Kendall Houston 5-10 220 Jr.-3L RB Mobile, Ala. (Arkansas State)
30 Cordivido Grice 6-0 215 So.-SQ ILB Pensacola, Fla. (Pensacola HS)
30 Logan Gunn 6-3 160 Fr.-RS PK/P Chatom, Ala. (Washington County HS)
33 Brandon Keel 6-1 235 Jr.-JC ILB Pass Christian, Miss. (Mississippi Gulf Coast CC)
34 Desmond LaVelle 5-11 240 Jr.-1L ILB Decatur, Ala. (Northwest Mississippi CC)
35 David Hawkins 5-9 210 Sr.-1L OLB/S Gadsden, Ala. (Lambuth [Tenn.])
38 Bryson James 6-2 235 Sr.-4L ILB New Orleans, La. (East St. John HS)
39 Josh Carroll 5-11 215 Fr.-RS ILB Mobile, Ala. (Gulf Shores HS)
40 Scott Garber 5-9 195 Sr.-4L P Port St. Lucie, Fla. (St. Lucie West Centennial HS)
41 Thomas Blake 5-10 175 Fr.-RS S Daphne, Ala. (Bayside Academy)
42 Michael Adcock 5-9 185 Fr.-RS RB Owens Cross Roads, Ala. (Providence Classical School)
44 Ryan Onkka 6-4 240 Jr.-SQ TE Pensacola, Fla. (Washington HS)
45 Devin Robinson 6-1 225 So.-SQ RB Madison, Ala. (East Limestone HS)
46 Ridge James 6-5 220 Sr.-1L DE/OLB Richardson, Texas (Bakersfeld [Calif.] CC)
48 Julien Valentin 5-9 240 Sr.-SQ RB Port St. Lucie, Fla. (West Virginia Wesleyan)
51 Daniel Aust 6-2 260 Fr.-RS OL Hoover, Ala. (Hoover HS)
52 Steve McKenzie 6-1 325 Fr.-RS OL Lithonia, Ga. (Stephenson HS)
54 James Elliott 6-2 290 So.-SQ OL Pensacola, Fla. (Kentucky)
55 Chris May 6-4 285 So.-1L OL Tuscumbia, Ala. (Deshler HS)
56 Matt Calcagnini 6-1 285 Sr.-SQ OL Naples, Fla. (Concordia [Wis.])
59 Andrew Philon 5-11 225 Jr.-SQ ILB Silas, Ala. (Southern Choctaw HS)
60 Alex Hopson 6-0 230 Fr.-RS LS Pell City, Ala. (Pell City HS)
61 Austin Cole 6-4 215 Jr.-2L LS Dallas, Ga. (South Paulding HS)
62 Darius McKeller 6-6 325 Jr.-SQ OL Lineville, Ala. (Alabama)
66 Joseph Scelfo 6-0 280 Fr.-RS OL Bogart, Ga. (North Oconee HS)
67 Jesse Kelley 5-10 270 Jr.-1L DL Birmingham, Ala. (Hufman HS)
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No. Name Ht. Wt. Cl.-Exp. Pos. Hometown/Previous School
68 Shane Doty 6-4 290 Jr.-1L DL Annandale, Va. (Fork Union [Va.] Military Academy)
69 John Dombrowski 6-4 265 Fr.-RS OL Mandeville, La. (Mandeville HS)
71 Nick Bear 5-11 220 Sr.-4L LS Lakewood, Calif. (Mayfair HS)
72 Drew Dearman 6-3 310 Jr.-2L OL Vestavia Hills, Ala. (Vestavia Hills HS)
73 Shaun Artz 6-5 295 Jr.-3L OL Buford, Ga. (Buford HS)
74 Steven Foster 6-3 310 Fr.-RS OL Demopolis, Ala. (Demopolis HS)
75 Clay Machen 6-4 310 Fr.-RS OL Auburn, Ala. (Auburn HS)
76 Ucambre Williams 6-2 285 Jr.-2L OL Phenix City, Ala. (Central HS)
77 Melvin Meggs 6-3 310 Jr.-3L OL Petal, Miss. (Petal HS)
78 Kenneth Johnson 6-0 290 Sr.-SQ OL Pensacola, Fla. (Washington HS)
79 Caleb Cochran 6-2 275 Jr.-SQ OL Dozier, Ala. (Straughn HS)
80 Kyron King 6-0 200 Jr.-TR WR Destrehan, La. (Langston [Okla.])
81 Corey Waldon 5-10 175 Sr.-4L WR Tuscaloosa, Ala. (Central HS)
82 Alex Page 6-1 245 Sr.-4L DL Prattville, Ala. (Prattville HS)
85 Kyle Sappington 6-3 210 Fr.-RS TE Northport, Ala. (American Christian Academy)
85 Davin Hawkins 6-2 230 Jr.-1L TE Gadsden, Ala. (Etowah HS)
86 Jake Howton 6-1 190 Jr.-1L WR Cordova, Ala. (Cordova HS)
86 Will Thompson 6-2 240 Jr.-2L DE Huntsville, Ala. (Buckhorn HS)
87 Chris Lewis 5-7 170 So.-SQ WR Mobile, Ala. (McGill-Toolen HS)
88 Ben Whiteside 6-2 195 Jr.-SQ WR Biloxi, Miss. (St. Patrick Catholic HS)
90 Romelle Jones 6-2 280 Sr.-4L DL New Orleans, La. (East St. John HS)
91 Alvin Arnold 6-3 215 Fr.-RS DE/OLB Hollywood, Fla. (Hollywood Hills HS)
92 Montavious Williams 6-2 280 Sr.-4L DL Cairo, Ga. (Cairo HS)
93 Randon Carnathan 6-1 305 Sr.-4L DL Leeds, Ala. (Leeds HS)
94 Jay Minor 6-1 250 Fr.-RS DE/OLB Prattville, Ala. (Prattville HS)
97 Aleem Sunanon 5-7 185 Fr.-RS PK Orlando, Fla. (Olympia HS)
99 Byron Sneed 6-4 275 Sr.-SQ DL Niceville, Fla. (Niceville HS)
2013 Signees
No. Name Ht. Wt. Cl.-Exp. Pos. Hometown/Previous School
3 Dejon Funderburk 5-11 160 Fr.-HS WR Pensacola, Fla. (Washington HS)
6 Kaleb Blanchard 6-0 200 Fr.-HS RB Denham Springs, La. (Denham Springs HS)
13 Devon Earl 5-10 175 Fr.-HS CB Hoover, Ala. (Hoover HS)
15 DeVonta Staples 6-1 190 Fr.-HS S Lanett, Ala. (Valley HS)
19 Stefon Fuller 6-4 190 Jr.-JC S Scooba, Miss. (East Central [Miss.] CC)
20 Steven Fuller 6-4 190 Jr.-JC S Scooba, Miss. (East Central [Miss.] CC)
17 Brett Sheehan 6-3 175 Fr.-HS QB Collins Hill, Ga. (Collins Hill HS)
22 Cris Dinham 5-10 210 Jr.-JC RB Lithonia, Ga. (Independence [Kan.] CC)
23 Roman Buchanan 6-2 200 Fr.-HS S Daleville, Ala. (Daleville HS)
23 Tyrell Vinson 6-0 180 Jr.-JC WR Wilson, N.C. (Merced [Calif.] CC)
25 Caleb Alves 6-3 175 Fr.-HS WR Melbourne, Fla. (Palm Bay Senior HS)
39 Brandon McKee 6-1 180 Fr.-HS PK Cumming, Ga. (South Forsyth HS)
42 Xavier Johnson 5-11 170 Fr.-HS RB Tampa, Fla. (Chamberlain HS)
52 Akeem Lewis 6-2 250 Jr.-JC DE Abbeville, La. (Los Angeles Harbor CC)
55 DeMarion Harper 6-3 290 Jr.-JC DL McComb, Miss. (Fort Scott [Kan.] CC)
70 Noah Armstrong 6-7 300 Fr.-HS OL Moulton, Ala. (Lawrence County HS)
84 Caleb Hayman 6-3 220 Fr.-HS WR Gainesville, Ga. (Gainesville HS)
84 Theo Rich 6-2 175 Jr.-JC DL Portal, Ga. (Itawamba [Miss.] CC)
96 Jacob Chaf n 6-3 285 Fr.-HS DL Birmingham, Ala. (Spain Park HS)
98 Jerome McClain 6-3 275 Jr.-JC DL Pensacola, Fla. (Northwest Mississippi CC Rangers)
Coaching Staf
Head Coach: Joey Jones
Jerry Mack - Wide Receivers
Robert Matthews - Ofensive Coordinator/Ofensive Line
Travis Pearson - Inside Linebackers
Freddie Roach - Defensive Ends/Outside Linebackers
Kevin Sherrer - Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs
Chase Smith - Assistant Ofensive Line
Brian Turner - Defensive Tackles
John Turner - Tight Ends
Bryant Vincent - Quarterbacks/Assistant Special Teams
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RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G
Baker, Demetre 9 118 609 14 595 5.0 3 61 66.1
Houston, Kndall 12 81 236 19 217 2.7 2 11 18.1
Timmons, Trrnce 12 66 249 37 212 3.2 0 22 17.7
Glover, T.J. 13 59 235 25 210 3.6 1 15 16.2
Metheny, Ross 13 99 354 213 141 1.4 1 32 10.8
Bennett, C.J. 6 31 177 46 131 4.2 0 50 21.8
Valentin, Jlian 2 12 60 6 54 4.5 1 25 27.0
Fetner, Trey 8 13 33 3 30 2.3 2 7 3.8
Jones, Desmond 7 3 25 0 25 8.3 0 14 3.6
Jones, Jereme 13 1 4 0 4 4.0 0 4 0.3
Garber, Scott 13 1 0 3 -3 -3.0 0 0 -0.2
TEAM 13 5 0 10 -10 -2.0 0 0 -0.8
Total.......... 13 489 1982 376 1606 3.3 10 61 123.5
Opponents...... 13 513 2468 330 2138 4.2 21 85 164.5
PASSING G Ef c Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G
Metheny, Ross 13 111.60 189-345-12 54.8 2148 12 75 165.2
Bennett, C.J. 6 106.78 55-102-4 53.9 580 4 34 96.7
TEAM 13 0.00 0-2-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
Fetner, Trey 8 0.00 0-0-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
Garber, Scott 13 0.00 0-0-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
Total.......... 13 110.01 244-449-16 54.3 2728 16 75 209.8
Opponents...... 13 139.69 215-368-11 58.4 2840 25 75 218.5
RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G
Jones, Jereme 13 45 513 11.4 7 34 39.5
Lavender, Brynt 13 41 378 9.2 0 27 29.1
Besteda, Corey 12 28 430 15.4 2 75 35.8
Glover, T.J. 13 27 206 7.6 0 39 15.8
Saxton, Wes 13 26 336 12.9 1 30 25.8
Hollinger, Greg 12 22 321 14.6 2 48 26.8
Loper, Gabe 13 17 281 16.5 2 45 21.6
Waldon, Corey 10 9 88 9.8 0 18 8.8
Houston, Kndall 12 8 34 4.2 1 14 2.8
Baker, Demetre 9 7 58 8.3 0 28 6.4
Timmons, Trrnce 12 7 46 6.6 0 16 3.8
Jones, Desmond 7 3 21 7.0 1 11 3.0
Broadnax, Cmron 12 2 14 7.0 0 9 1.2
Palmer, Jared 13 2 2 1.0 0 1 0.2
Total.......... 13 244 2728 11.2 16 75 209.8
Opponents...... 13 215 2840 13.2 25 75 218.5
PUNT RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Glover, T.J. 14 123 8.8 0 37
Jones, Jereme 1 4 4.0 0 4
Harris, Maleki 1 14 14.0 0 0
Total.......... 16 141 8.8 0 37
Opponents...... 34 217 6.4 0 22
INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Pearson, Tyrell 4 94 23.5 0 38
Brigham, Terrel 2 18 9.0 0 18
Scott, B.J. 2 21 10.5 0 21
James, Bryson 1 0 0.0 0 0
Watson, Charles 1 0 0.0 0 0
Loper, Gabe 1 19 19.0 0 19
Total.......... 11 152 13.8 0 38
Opponents...... 16 191 11.9 0 66
KICK RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Glover, T.J. 27 642 23.8 0 48
Jones, Jereme 6 110 18.3 0 24
Scott, B.J. 3 52 17.3 0 21
Helms, Kennedy 2 10 5.0 0 8
Carnathan, Rndn 1 12 12.0 0 12
Baxter, Ryne 1 7 7.0 0 7
Total.......... 40 833 20.8 0 48
Opponents...... 35 811 23.2 0 49
|- PATs -|
SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points
Chapuseaux, M. 0 20-27 24-24 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 84
Jones, Jereme 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 42
Baker, Demetre 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Houston, Kndall 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Fetner, Trey 2 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0-0 0 0 12
Besteda, Corey 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12
Hollinger, Greg 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12
Loper, Gabe 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12
Glover, T.J. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Jones, Desmond 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Saxton, Wes 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Metheny, Ross 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 6
Valentin, Jlian 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Total.......... 26 20-27 24-24 0-1 0 0-1 0 0 240
Opponents...... 46 20-29 45-45 1-1 0 0-0 0 0 383
TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G
Metheny, Ross 13 444 141 2148 2289 176.1
Bennett, C.J. 6 133 131 580 711 118.5
Baker, Demetre 9 118 595 0 595 66.1
Houston, Kndall 12 81 217 0 217 18.1
Timmons, Trrnce 12 66 212 0 212 17.7
Glover, T.J. 13 59 210 0 210 16.2
Valentin, Jlian 2 12 54 0 54 27.0
Fetner, Trey 8 13 30 0 30 3.8
Jones, Desmond 7 3 25 0 25 3.6
Jones, Jereme 13 1 4 0 4 0.3
Garber, Scott 13 1 -3 0 -3 -0.2
TEAM 13 7 -10 0 -10 -0.8
Total.......... 13 938 1606 2728 4334 333.4
Opponents...... 13 881 2138 2840 4978 382.9
FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk
Chapuseaux, M. 20-27 74.1 2-2 5-7 7-8 4-8 2-2 53 2
PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd
Garber, Scott 72 2852 39.6 69 2 15 15 2
TEAM 2 37 18.5 30 0 0 0 0
Total.......... 74 2889 39.0 69 2 15 15 2
Opponents...... 67 2676 39.9 57 6 18 18 1
ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G
Glover, T.J. 13 210 206 123 642 0 1181 90.8
Baker, Demetre 9 595 58 0 0 0 653 72.6
Jones, Jereme 13 4 513 4 110 0 631 48.5
Besteda, Corey 12 0 430 0 0 0 430 35.8
Lavender, Brynt 13 0 378 0 0 0 378 29.1
Saxton, Wes 13 0 336 0 0 0 336 25.8
Hollinger, Greg 12 0 321 0 0 0 321 26.8
Loper, Gabe 13 0 281 0 0 19 300 23.1
Timmons, Trrnce 12 212 46 0 0 0 258 21.5
Houston, Kndall 12 217 34 0 0 0 251 20.9
Metheny, Ross 13 141 0 0 0 0 141 10.8
Bennett, C.J. 6 131 0 0 0 0 131 21.8
Pearson, Tyrell 13 0 0 0 0 94 94 7.2
Waldon, Corey 10 0 88 0 0 0 88 8.8
Scott, B.J. 13 0 0 0 52 21 73 5.6
Valentin, Jlian 2 54 0 0 0 0 54 27.0
Jones, Desmond 7 25 21 0 0 0 46 6.6
Fetner, Trey 8 30 0 0 0 0 30 3.8
Brigham, Terrel 13 0 0 0 0 18 18 1.4
Broadnax, Cmron 12 0 14 0 0 0 14 1.2
Harris, Maleki 13 0 0 14 0 0 14 1.1
Carnathan, Rndn 8 0 0 0 12 0 12 1.5
Helms, Kennedy 13 0 0 0 10 0 10 0.8
Baxter, Ryne 13 0 0 0 7 0 7 0.5
Palmer, Jared 13 0 2 0 0 0 2 0.2
Garber, Scott 13 -3 0 0 0 0 -3 -0.2
TEAM 13 -10 0 0 0 0 -10 -0.8
Total.......... 13 1606 2728 141 833 152 5460 420.0
Opponents...... 13 2138 2840 217 811 191 6197 476.7
|-------Tackles-------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd
DEFENSIVE LEADERS
GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf
Johnson, Jake 13 71 60 131 15.0-49 3.0-19 . . 6 1-0 . . .
Williams, Enrqe 13 50 55 105 6.0-17 . . 1 3 1-0 1 . .
Scott, B.J. 13 49 35 84 6.0-32 1.0-11 2-21 3 2 1-0 2 . .
Brigham, Terrel 13 42 29 71 1.5-2 . 2-18 5 1 2-0 . . .
Page, Alex 13 28 36 64 11.5-61 6.0-47 . 2 5 . . . .
Crews, Clifton 13 28 21 49 5.0-17 2.0-10 . 2 1 1-0 2 1 .
Morrow, Darrius 13 31 12 43 1.5-4 . . 7 . . 1 . .
Pearson, Tyrell 13 21 19 40 3.0-7 . 4-94 11 . . 1 . .
James, Bryson 13 23 12 35 1.0-2 . 1-0 1 2 . 1 . .
Dalgleish, Andy 13 19 15 34 4.5-21 2.0-14 . . 1 . . . .
Watson, Charles 13 19 12 31 . . 1-0 2 . . 1 . .
Moore, Pat 12 14 16 30 9.0-27 4.5-19 . 3 4 1-0 . 2 .
Williams, Mntvs 13 18 11 29 4.5-12 1.5-8 . . . 1-0 1 . .
Loper, Gabe 13 14 10 24 1.0-3 . 1-19 . . . 1 1 .
Kelley, Jesse 11 13 9 22 4.0-11 1.0-5 . 1 . . 1 . .
Harris, Maleki 13 7 13 20 1.0-4 . . 1 1 2-0 . 1 .
Jones, Romelle 12 11 7 18 2.0-4 . . . 1 . . . .
Carnathan, Rndn 8 8 9 17 1.5-3 . . . 5 . . . .
Thompson, Will 12 9 7 16 1.0-11 1.0-11 . 1 3 . 1 . .
Long, Alonzo 13 7 8 15 . . . . . . . . .
Taylor, Anthony 4 7 1 8 3.0-15 2.0-11 . . . . . . .
Cabrera, Eddy 13 3 4 7 . . . 1 . . . . .
Jones, Desmond 7 2 3 5 . . . . . . . . .
Hawkins, David 5 3 2 5 2.0-5 . . . . . . . .
Cameron, Jnthan 6 2 2 4 . . . . . . . . .
Cole, Austin 11 1 3 4 . . . . . . . . .
Timmons, Trrnce 12 2 1 3 . . . . . . 1 . .
Giles, Ben 7 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . .
Helms, Kennedy 13 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . .
Appleton, Akeem 4 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . .
Glover, T.J. 13 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . .
Palmer, Jared 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .
Waldon, Corey 10 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .
Chapuseaux, M. 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .
Grive,Cordivido 6 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . .
Jame, Ridge 4 1 . 1 1.0-3 . . . . . . . .
Hollinger, Greg 12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .
Meggs, Melvin 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .
Bear, Nick 7 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . .
Jones, Jereme 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .
Besteda, Corey 12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .
Lavender, Brynt 13 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . .
Baxter, Ryne 13 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . .
Metheny, Ross 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .
Total.......... 13 516 419 935 85-310 24-155 11-152 41 35 10-0 14 5 .
Opponents...... 13 491 466 957 84.0-366 33-244 16-191 52 37 17-0 12 4 .
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Texas State Administration
Texas State, located in the IH-35 corridor between Austin and San Antonio, is home to nearly 35,000 stu-
dents and of cially opened its doors in 1903. Notably, Texas State is the only university in Texas to have
graduated a U.S. president: Lyndon B. Johnson, class of 1930.
The Texas State athletics program currently consists of 16 varsity programs including the football team
coached by Dennis Franchione. The Bobcats are beginning our second season of playing a Football Bowl
Subdivision schedule and will be bowl eligible in 2013.
Recently reclassifed as an Emerging Research University, Texas State currently meets all standards with
the NCAA’s Academic Progress Rate (APR) and has a budget of $25 million. San Marcos is located in the
Austin metro area, which is the 47th largest designated market area (DMA) in the United States.
Notable Alumni: Lyndon B. Johnson, former President of the United States, George Strait, Grammy
Award-winning American country music singer; Powers Boothe, actor; Jerry Fields, J.D. Fields & Co.
founder, chairman and chief executive of cer; T. Paul Bulmahn, ATP Oil & Gas Corporation Chairman and
Chief Executive Of cer.
Dr. Denise M. Trauth
President
Dr. Paul Gowens
Faculty Representative
Dr. Larry Teis
Athletics Director
Tracy Shoemake
SWA
Quick Facts
Location .............................................................. San Marcos, Texas
Founded .................................................................................. 1899
Enrollment ........................................................................... 34,229
Nickname ............................................................................Bobcats
Colors .......................................................................Maroon & Gold
Athletics Website.....................................www.txstatebobcats.com
Primary Ofense ................................................................... Spread
Primary Defense..................................................................... 4-2-5
All-Time Record ............................................................ 494-417-26
All-Time SBC Record ...................................................................n/a
2012 Record ...............................................................................4-8
2012 SBC Record (Finish) ............................................................n/a
SBC Championships ....................................................................n/a
Bowl Appearances........................................................................ 0
Bowl Record ...............................................................................n/a
Lettermen Returning................................................................... 54
Ofense ................................................................................... 23
Defense .................................................................................. 22
Specialists ................................................................................. 9
Lettermen Lost ............................................................................ 21
Ofense ................................................................................... 10
Defense .................................................................................. 10
Specialists ................................................................................. 1
Starters Returning ....................................................................... 14
Ofense ..................................................................................... 7
Defense .................................................................................... 7
Specialists ................................................................................. 3
Starters Lost .................................................................................. 9
Ofense ..................................................................................... 5
Defense .................................................................................... 4
Specialists ................................................................................. 0
Stadium ................................................................. Bobcat Stadium
Capacity ............................................................................... 30,000
Playing Surface ...........................................FieldTurf Duraspine Pro
Record ..................................................................................109-79
First Game ...................................................................Sept. 5, 1981
Largest Crowd: ..................................................................... 33,006
Bobcat Stadium
Texas State University
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2013 Schedule
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
Aug. 31 at Southern Mississippi Hattiesburg, Miss. TBA
SEPT. 7 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M SAN MARCOS, TEXAS 6:00 PM
Sept. 21 at Texas Tech Lubbock, Texas 6:00 PM
SEPT. 28 WYOMING SAN MARCOS, TEXAS 6:00 PM
Oct. 5 * at Louisiana-Lafayette Lafayette, La TBA
OCT. 12 * LOUISIANAMONROE SAN MARCOS, TEXAS 6:00 PM
OCT. 19 * GEORGIA STATE SAN MARCOS, TEXAS 6:00 PM
OCT. 26 * SOUTH ALABAMA SAN MARCOS, TEXAS 6:00 PM
Nov. 2 at Idaho Moscow, Idaho 4:00 PM
Nov. 16 * at Arkansas State Jonesboro, Ark TBA
NOV. 23 * WESTERN KENTUCKY SAN MARCOS, TEXAS 6:00 PM
Nov. 29 * at Troy Troy, Ala. TBA
All times central; Home games in BOLD CAPS; Subject to change
2012 Results
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
Sept. 1 at Houston Houston, Texas W, 30-13 (CSS)
SEPT. 8 TEXAS TECH SAN MARCOS, TEXAS L, 1058 ESPN3
SEPT. 22 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN SAN MARCOS, TEXAS W, 4137
SEPT. 29 NEVADA SAN MARCOS, TEXAS L, 2134 LONGHORN NET
Oct. 6 at New Mexico Albuquerque, N.M. L, 14-35
OCT. 13 IDAHO SAN MARCOS, TEXAS W, 387 ESPN
Oct. 27 at San Jose State San Jose, Ca. L, 20-31
Nov. 3 at Utah State Logan, Utah L, 7-38 (KMVU-TV)
NOV. 10 LOUISIANA TECH SAN MARCOS, TEXAS L, 5562 LONGHORN NET
Nov. 17 at Navy Annapolis, Md. L, 10-21 (CBS Sports Network)
NOV. 24 AT TEXASSAN ANTONIO SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS L, 3138
DEC. 1 NEW MEXICO STATE SAN MARCOS, TEXAS W, 6628
Home games in BOLD CAPS
Year School Record
1981 Southwestern 5–2–2
1982 Southwestern 9–2
1985 Pittsburg State 8–2
1986 Pittsburg State 11–1
1987 Pittsburg State 11–1
1988 Pittsburg State 11–1
1989 Pittsburg State 12–1
1990 Southwest Texas State 6–5
1991 Southwest Texas State 7–4
1992 New Mexico 3–8
1993 New Mexico 6–5
1994 New Mexico 5–7
1995 New Mexico 4–7
1996 New Mexico 6–5
1997 New Mexico 9–4
1998 TCU 7–5
1999 TCU 8–4
2000 TCU 10–1
2001 Alabama 7–5
2002 Alabama 10–3
2003 Texas A&M 4–8
2004 Texas A&M 7–5
2005 Texas A&M 5–6
2006 Texas A&M 9–4
2007 Texas A&M 7–5
2011 Texas State 6–6
2012 Texas State 4–8
Total 27 years 197–115–2
Franchione Year-by-Year as a Head Coach
• A proven winner who has a history of turning around underachieving teams, Dennis
Franchione returned to Texas State in January 2011 to guide the Bobcats through their
transition to the NCAA Division I FBS Subdivision. Now, he leads Texas State into its frst
season as a member of the Sun Belt Conference.
• Franchione enters his 28th season as a collegiate head coach with a 197-115-2 career
record and a 23-23 record at Texas State. His career win total rank him as one of the top
fve active winningest NCAA Division I FBS coaches in terms of total victories, and he is just
three wins shy of reaching the 200-win plateau. His leadership has garnered teams nine
conference championships and one divisional title, and he is a two-time National Coach of
the Year, a two-time fnalist for Paul “Bear” Bryant National Coach of the Year Award in 2000
and 2002, and been named a conference or regional Coach of the Year 10 times. His teams
played in nine bowl games, four NAIA playof games and one NCAA Division II playof
contest. His record also includes four 11-win seasons, six 10-win campaigns, eight 9-win
seasons and a 45-game regular season winning streak.
• During his frst two seasons with the Bobcats, Coach Fran built a solid foundation for the
school’s transition to the FBS and the Sun Belt Conference with a pair of recruiting classes
rated as the best in the WAC in 2012 and tied for best among SBC teams in 2013.
• On the feld, he led Texas State to a 6-6 record as an independent in 2011. Last season,
Texas State gained national attention with its frst FBS victory since 2000 and posted one of
the top fve upsets in college football history with a 30-13 victory at Houston after entering
the game as a 36-point underdog. The Bobcats also played in front of the largest crowd to
attend a football game at Bobcat Stadium when 33,006 watched Texas State play host to
Texas Tech. The Red Raiders were one of fve bowl-eligible teams that the Bobcats faced in
2012 and Texas State’s strength of schedule ranked among top 16 teams in non-BCS auto-
matic qualifying conferences. The Bobcats also won their frst Western Athletic Conference
game against Idaho, and closed the season with a victory over New Mexico State in the
fnal WAC regular season football game in conference history.
• Franchione’s collegiate head coaching career began at Southwestern College in 1981.
There, he compiled a 14-4-2 record in two seasons and led the Builders to nine wins, a
Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference championship and beat Oklahoma Panhandle State
15-0 in the Sunfower Bowl in 1982.
• He also served as the ofensive coordinator at Tennessee Tech in 1983 and 1984 before
serving as a head coach at his alma mater, Pittsburg State. During the next fve seasons, he
led the Gorillas to a 53-6 record, fve conference championships with a combined confer-
ence record of 37-1.
• In 1990, Franchione took the reins of Texas State’s football program for the frst time, and
led the Bobcats to a 13-9 record during the next two seasons before joining the FBS coach-
ing ranks at New Mexico in 1992. There, he was named WAC Coach of the Year twice and
compiled a 33-36 record. He also led New Mexico to its frst back-to-back winning cam-
paigns since 1971 and the 1997 Insight.com Bowl, the school’s frst bowl game since 1961.
• Following the Insight Bowl, Franchione took over as head coach at TCU and forged a 25-10
overall record and a 16-7 mark in WAC games during the next three seasons. After leading
TCU to a Sun Bowl victory over USC in 1998 and two consecutive Mobile Alabama Bowls,
he took over the head coaching reins at Alabama where he transformed a 3-8 team into a
10-win squad two seasons later.
• In 2002, Franchione returned to the State of Texas when he was named head coach at
Texas A&M. During the next fve seasons, his Aggies played in three bowl games. His best
season at the school came in 2006 when the Aggies won nine games and played in the
Holiday Bowl.
• After leaving Texas A&M in 2007, Franchione worked in broadcasting for three years before
making his return to coaching at Texas State, including two seasons as an analyst for ESPN
Radio broadcasts in 2008 and 2009.
• Born March 28, 1951 in Girard, Kan., he a graduate of Pittsburgh State, where he earned a
bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and received an Alumni Meritorious Achievement
Award. He and his wife, Kim, have two daughters, Ashley and Libby. He also has a son, Brad,
who is Texas State’s special teams coordinator and linebackers coach. In 2002, he and Kim
also formed Coach Fran Charities, a nonproft organization assists children with special
needs and other charitable causes.
Head Coach Dennis Franchione
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Isaiah Battle
WR - 5-11 - 200
Senior
Cypress, Texas
Had 26 receptions for 428 yards and three touchdowns while playing in eight games in
2012… registered single-game career bests of seven catches for 119 yards and a touch-
down at UTSA … previous career-best was six catches for 140 yards against Stephen F.
Austin earlier last season … set a school record with a 98-yard reception against SFA …
began 2012 with fve receptions for 75 yards at Houston … played in 12 games and made
nine starts in 2011 … registered 27 catches for 368 yards … returned 20 kickofs for 476
yards and a touchdown … recorded the second-longest kickof in school history with a
93-yard return against Prairie View A&M in 2011.
D.J. Yendrey
DT - 6-3 - 260
Senior
Edna, Texas
Transfer from TCU who is expected to step in as a starting defensive tackle … two-time
honorable mention All-Mountain West selection … played in 39 games and made 17 starts
… recorded 70 tackles, including 29 unassisted stops … ranked ninth among team leaders
with 39 tackles in 2011 … has 8.0 quarterback sacks in his career to go along with 13.5
tackle for losses … had three quarterback sacks in both 2010 and 2011 … recovered three
fumbles, including two in 2011.
Andy Erickson
WR - 5-10 - 180
Senior
Austin, Texas
Earned honorable mention All-WAC honors after leading the Bobcats with 39 catches for
482 yards and three touchdowns … ranked third nationally in punt returns with a 16.7
average after returning 17 for 284 yards … recorded season bests of eight catches for 108
yards and a touchdown against Nevada … also caught eight passes for 100 yards and a
TD at New Mexico … had three receptions for 48 yards and touchdown against Idaho …
averaged 11.1 yards on 18 punt returns in 2011 … also caught four passes for 35 yards as a
sophomore after transferring from Rice.
Craig Mager
DB - 5-11 - 191
Junior
Luling, Texas
Two-year starter at cornerback … earned Honorable Mention All-WAC honors as a sopho-
more … enters the 2013 campaign with 24 consecutive starts … has fve career intercep-
tions after recording four in 2012 … his four interceptions ranked 33rd nationally and tied
for fourth among WAC leaders … also fnished the 2012 season ranked fourth among WAC
leaders in passes defended with 12 (four interceptions, 8 pass breakups ) … ranked ffth
among Texas State team leaders with 48 tackles in 2012 … set school record for longest
punt return in a game with a 79-yard return for a touchdown against New Mexico State
… tied another school record as a freshman when he broke up 12 passes … recorded 51
tackles as a freshman, including 38 unassisted stops.
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No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Exp. Hometown/Previous School
1 Benjamin Ijah WR 6’ 3” 210 Jr. 1L San Diego, Calif./Murrietta Valley HS/Southwestern
1 Michael Orakpo LB 6’ 1” 235 Jr. TR Houston, Texas/Westbury HS/Colorado State
2 Jordan Moore QB 6’ 2” 190 Fr. RS Houston, Texas /Aldine HS/Navy Prep
2 Demetrius Woodard S 6’ 2” 210 Jr. JC Houston, Texas /Aldine MacArthur HS/Blinn College
3 Justin Albritton WR 5’ 11” 186 Fr. RS Hankamer, Texas/Anahuac HS
4 Jeremy Dickey S 6’ 0” 190 Jr. SQ Liberty, Texas/Liberty HS/Tarleton State
5 Jamie Clavell-Head DE 6’ 3” 260 Sr. 3L Reno, Nev./Bishop Manogue HS
6 Isaiah Battle WR 5’ 11” 200 Sr. 2L Cypress, Texas/Cypress Woods HS/Blinn College
7 Michael Gilmore WR 5’ 7” 155 Jr. 2L La Marque, Texas/La Marque HS
7 Russell Cuellar S 5’ 9” 170 Fr. HS Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch HS
8 Duke DeLancellotti QB 6’ 1” 195 Sr. 1L San Clemente, Calif./San Clemente HS/Santa Ana
8 Justin Iwuji S 5’ 11” 200 Sr. 3L Carrollton, Texas/Hebron HS
9 Deche Milburn WR 5’ 11” 185 Jr. 1L League City, Texas/Clear Springs HS
10 Aaron Matthews S 6’ 3” 193 Sr. 1L Fresno, Calif./Franklin HS/San Joaquin Delta CC
11 Brandon Jones S 6’ 2” 210 Jr. JC Raleigh, N.C./Rocky Mount HS/Santa Rosa CC
12 Tyler Arndt QB 6’ 4” 215 Sr. 3L Cuero,Texas/Cuero HS
13 Andy Erickson WR 5’ 10” 175 Sr. 2L Austin, Texas/Lake Travis HS/Rice
14 Montreal Taylor WR 5’ 9” 167 Fr. RS Mansfeld, Texas/Mansfeld HS
14 Martel Summers S 6’ 1” 190 Fr. RS Leander, Texas /Leander HS
15 Fred Nixon QB 6’ 3” 200 Fr. RS Willis, Texas /Willis HS
15 John Bellfeld CB 5’ 10” 195 Fr. RS Humble, Texas/Summer Creek HS
16 Jack Rhoades WR 6”3” 185 So. SQ Cameron, Texas/C.J. Yoe HS
16 Sam Trotter S 5’ 10” 200 Jr TR Plano, Texas/Plano East HS/Louisiana Tech
17 Matthew Perry WR 5’ 11” 190 Fr. RS Denton, Texas/Denton HS
17 Damani Alexee S 6’ 2” 175 Fr. RS League City, Texas/Clear Springs HS
18 Xavier Daniels CB 6’ 0” 165 Sr. 3L Giddings, Texas/Giddings HS
19 Preston Willis WR 6’ 2” 190 Jr. HS Manfeld, Texas/Mansfeld HS
19 Latravian Haggerty CB 5’ 10” 170 So. HS Cedar Hill, Texas/Trinity Christian HS/Concordia
20 Terrence Franks RB 5’ 10” 190 Jr. 2L Angleton, Texas/Angleton HS
22 David Mims II CB 5’ 11” 175 So. 1L Daingerfeld, Texas /Daingerfeld HS
23 Tymajrick Jackson S 6’ 0” 175 So. 1L Fort Worth, Texas/Wyatt HS
24 Zach Velliquette CB 5’ 10” 180 Jr. 2L Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch HS/Houston
25 Craig Mager CB 5’ 11” 180 Jr. 2L Luling, Texas/Luling HS
26 Phillip Benning CB 6’ 0” 175 Sr. 3L The Colony, Texas/The Colony HS
27 Colby Targun S 5’ 11” 190 Jr. 2L Scottsdale, Ariz./Chaparal
28 Robert Lowe RB 5’ 10” 200 So. 1L Waxahachie, Texas /Waxahachie HS
29 Cameron Whilley LB 6’ 2” 215 Fr. HS LaPorte, Texas/LaPorte HS
30 Chris Nutall RB 5’ 8” 185 So. 1L College Station, Texas /A&M Consolidated HS
30 Joe Figenshaw P 6’ 1” 210 So. SQ Rosenburg, Texas/Lamar Consolidated HS
31 Brixx Hawthorne S 5’ 10” 200 Jr. TR Weimar, Texas/Weimer HS/Mary Hardin Baylor
32 Brett Donaldson S 6’ 2” 210 So. SQ St. Joseph, Mo./Central HS
32 J.J. Gibbs RB 5’ 9” 185 So. HS Haltom City, Texas/Haltom City HS
33 Claudio Mayen RB 5’ 7” 185 Jr. TR Houston, Texas/Clear Lake HS/San Jacinto College
33 David Farris CB 5’ 9” 175 Jr. SQ Pearland, Texas/Dawson HS/UTSA
34 Eugene Alvarez RB 5’ 10” 210 Fr. HS Corpus Christi, Texas/John Paul II HS
35 Tylond Robertson DE 6’ 3” 235 So. 1L Hempstead, Texas /Hempstead HS
36 Eric Kent S 5’ 10” 205 Sr. JC Austin, Texas/Stony Point/Blinn College
37 Tim Gay RB 5’ 11” 185 So. 1L Houston, Texas /Chavez HS
37 Tyler Blades S 6’ 0” 192 So. SQ San Antonio, Texas/S.A. Christian HS
38 Will Johnson PK 6’ 3” 192 So. 1L Bryan, Texas /Rudder HS
39 Rickey Harper RB 5’ 11” 190 Fr. RS Leander, Texas/Leander HS
39 Chad Moncure S 6’ 0” 200 Jr. SQ Sugar Land, Texas/Travis HS/UTEP
40 Jerrid Jeter-Gilmon LB 6’ 0” 218 So. 1L Brenham, Texas /Brenham HS
41 Prestin Brown DE 6’ 3” 270 Sr. 3L Chishocogo, Minn./Grand Prairie HS/Texas HS
42 Tomas Luna S 5’ 9” 185 Sr. SQ Houston, Texas/Hightower HS/Houston
43 David Mayo LB 6’ 2” 228 Jr. 1L Scappoose, Ore. /Scappoose HS/Santa Monica CC
44 Josh Robinson LB 5’ 11” 235 So. 1L Abilene, Texas /Cooper HS
45 Damion McMiller LB 6’ 3” 230 Sr. 1L Stockton, Calif. /Lincoln HS/San Joaquin Delta CC
46 Stephen Smith LB 6’ 3” 205 Fr. RS Missouri City, Texas /Dulles HS
47 Jacob Klemstein TE 6’ 5” 200 Jr. TR Comfort, Texas/Comfort, HS/Tarleton State
47 Ryan Williams DS 6’ 2” 250 Sr. 2L Southlake, Texas/Carroll HS/Cisco CC
48 Trey McGowen LB 6’ 0” 228 So. HS Kerens, Texas/Kerens HS/West Texas A&M
48 Jason Dann PK 6’ 0” 175 Jr. SQ Richardson, Texas/Lake Highlands HS/Nebraska
49 Blake Meuth TE 6’ 3” 220 So. HS Katy, Texas/Katy HS
49 Zach Robinson P 6’ 3” 185 Jr. TR Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound HS/Glendale CC
50 Collin Fissell C 6’ 2” 270 Jr. 2L Katy, Texas/Seven Lakes HS
51 Drew Hamilton LB 6’ 0” 210 Jr. 2L Hickory Creek, Texas/Lake Dallas HS
52 D.J. Yendrey DT 6’ 3” 260 Sr. TR Edna, Texas/Edna HS/TCU
53 Devin Baker OT 6’ 5” 245 Sr. 3L Canyon Lake, Texas/Smithson Valley HS
54 Jackson Costello OG 6’ 4” 293 So. SQ The Woodlands, Texas /College Park HS
54 Ryder Burke LB 6’ 0” 230 So. HS San Antonio, Texas/Johnson HS
55 Michael Odiari DE 6’ 0” 240 Jr. HS Carollton, Texas/Hebron HS/West Texas A&M
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56 Matt Freeman C 6’ 2” 264 So. 1L Abilene, Texas /Cooper HS
57 Keishe Wilcox LB 6’ 2” 215 So. SQ League City, Texas /Clear Springs HS
58 Zach Crawford OG 6’ 2” 280 So. 1L Austin, Texas /Westwood HS
59 Andrew Sims OT 6’ 3” 304 Sr. SQ Ventura, Calif./Saint Bonaventure HS/Ventura CC
60 Andy Flores C 6’ 2” 275 Jr. TR Austin, Texas/McCallum HS/UTSA
62 Josh Sell C 6’ 2” 285 Jr. HS Liberty, Texas/Liberty HS
63 Lee Conoly OG 6’ 3” 275 Sr. 2L Lubbock, Texas/Frenship HS
65 Adrian Bellard OT 6’ 5” 310 So. 1L Brenham, Texas/Brenham HS
67 Dallas McClarty DT 5’ 11” 280 Fr. RS League City, Texas /Clear Springs HS
68 Donald Hopkins DT 6’ 3” 282 Fr. RS Lago Vista, Texas/Lago Vista HS/Houston
69 Herbert Gonzales DT 6’ 1” 305 Jr. TR San Antonio, Texas/Southwest HS/UTEP
72 Charlie Will Tuttle OG 6’ 2” 285 Jr. 2L Wimberley, Texas/Wimberley HS
73 Hayden Lambert OT 6’ 5” 265 Fr. RS Aledo, Texas /Aledo HS
74 Stephan Jacobs C 6’ 3” 270 So. SQ Houston, Texas /Nimitz HS
75 Mike Yoder OT 6’ 5” 280 Sr. 1L Kingwood, Texas /Kingwood HS/Blinn College
76 Ryan Melton OT 6’ 5” 285 Fr. RS Liberty, Texas /Liberty HS
77 Felix Romero OG 6’ 4” 297 Fr. RS Cedar Park, Texas /Cedar Park HS
78 Tyler Potter OG 6’ 4” 295 Sr. 1L Corona, Calif. /Santiago HS/Santa Ana CC
79 Jef Clermond OG 6’ 2” 290 Sr. 2L DeSoto, Texas/DeSoto HS
80 Jafus Gaines WR 5’ 11” 160 So. 1L Houston, Texas /Chavez HS
81 Brandon Smith WR 6’ 2” 170 So. 1L Prattville, Ala. /Prattville HS
82 Kris Petersen TE 6’ 4” 235 Jr. JC Newark, Calif. /Memorial HS/Chabot College
83 Colby Goodwin TE 6’ 5” 220 Sr. 2L Cypress, Texas/Cy Fair HS/Utah
84 Cade Novak TE 6’ 3” 210 Fr. RS Georgetown, Texas/Georgetown HS
85 Bradley Miller TE 6’ 5” 215 Jr. 2L Sealy, Texas/New Mexico
86 Nikolas Greene WR 6’ 1” 210 Jr. JC Copperas Cove, Texas/Copperas Cove/West Hills
87 David Lewis TE 6’ 4” 225 Sr. 3L Kingsville, Texas/H.M. King HS
89 Ryan Garrey WR 5’ 11” 180 So. SQ Plano, Texas/Plano East HS
90 Kingsley Ike DE 6’ 3” 240 So. Tr. Pfugerville, Texas /Hendrickson HS/Purdue
91 Blake McColloch DT 6’ 5” 290 Sr. 3L Midland, Texas/Greenwood HS
93 Imran Uddin DE 6’ 3” 250 So HS Springtown, Texas/Springtown HS
94 Darius Hood DT 6’ 0” 280 So. 1L Plano, Texas /Plano East HS
95 Taylor Frederick LB 6’ 3” 217 Fr. RS Conroe, Texas/College Park HS
96 Justin Booth DT 6’ 5” 266 Fr. RS Dayton, Texas/Dayton HS
97 Jordan Norfeet DE 6’ 2” 235 Sr. 3L Houston, Texas/Clear Brook HS
98 Kamu Taulelei DT 6’ 1” 265 Sr. 1L Fagatogo, American Samoa /Radford HS/Chabot
99 Thomas Evans DE 6’ 4” 250 Sr. 1L Davis, Calif.Mission Viejo HS/American River City
2013 Fall Additions
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Exp. Hometown/Previous School
Lucas Askew TE 6’ 6” 210 Fr. HS Big Sandy, Texas/Harmony HS
Jef Banks DE 6’ 5” 205 Fr. HS Killeen, Texas/Killeen HS
Karee’ Berry DE 6’ 3” 220 Fr. HS Spring Branch, Texas/Smithson Valley HS
C.J. Best RB 5’ 10” 195 Fr. HS Smyrna, Ga./North Cobb HS/Diablo Valley CC
Ryan Carden TE 6’ 4” 250 So. JC San Diego, Calif./Scripps Ranch/Mt. San Antonio
Donta Clanton DB 5’ 10” 195 Jr. JC Philadelphia, Pa./Martin Luther King HS/LA Pierce CC
Marcus Dallas, Jr. DE 6’ 4” 245 Jr. JC Grif n, Ga./Luella HS/Reedley CC
Trey Garrett S 6’ 0” 200 Jr. JC Huntington Beach, Calif. /Carson HS/Golden West CC
Brice Gunter WR 6’ 3” 185 Fr. HS Stephenville, Texas/Stephenville HS
Jackson Hoskins OL 6’ 5” 300 Fr. HS Dripping Springs, Texas/Dripping Springs HS
Jamel James RB 5’ 11” 220 Fr. HS Katy, Texas/Cinco Ranch HS
Tyler Jones QB 6’ 2” 190 Fr. HS Stephenville, Texas/Stephenville HS
Brandon McDowell DB 5’ 10” 175 Fr. HS DeSoto, Texas/DeSoto HS
Demun Mercer WR 6’ 2” 185 Fr. HS La Marque, Texas/La Marque HS
Dila Rosemond DB 5’ 10” 170 Fr. HS Cypress, Texas/Cypress Springs HS
Brandon Sarabia OL 6’ 4” 300 Jr. JC Bakersfeld, Calif. /Garces HS/Bakersfeld CC
Will Trevillion DT 6’ 1” 280 Fr. HS Buda, Texas/Hays HS
Lawrence White TE 6’ 7” 255 Jr. JC Wake Forest, N.C./Bolesville HS/Ridgewater CC
Germod Williams S 5’ 10” 185 Fr. HS Conroe, Texas/Oak Ridge HS
Coaching Staf
Head Coach: Dennis Franchione
Mike Schultz - Assistant Head Coach/Co-Ofensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
Jef Conway - Co-Ofensive Coordinator/Running Backs & Tight Ends
Gordy Shaw - Ofensive Line
Jason Johnson - Wide Receivers
Craig Naivar - Defensive Coordinator/Safeties
Mike Hudson - Defensive Line
Brad Franchione - Linebackers/Special Teams Coordinator
Jason Washington - Cornerbacks
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2012 Bobcat Stats
RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G
Curry, Marcus 11 113 704 19 685 6.1 10 73 62.3
Rutherford, Shaun 12 168 781 184 597 3.6 5 45 49.8
Gay, Tim 12 27 286 7 279 10.3 1 75 23.2
Franks, Terrence 12 64 277 8 269 4.2 5 35 22.4
Hawkins, Tim 11 8 113 0 113 14.1 1 25 10.3
Lowe, Robert 7 8 76 0 76 9.5 1 47 10.9
Battle, Isaiah 8 11 80 12 68 6.2 0 47 8.5
Arndt, Tyler 5 4 35 0 35 8.8 0 16 7.0
DeLancellotti, Duke 2 3 29 0 29 9.7 1 16 14.5
Imade, Dexter 4 4 7 0 7 1.8 0 6 1.8
Erickson, Andy 11 1 1 0 1 1.0 0 1 0.1
TEAM 6 2 0 7 -7 -3.5 0 0 -1.2
Total.......... 12 413 2389 237 2152 5.2 24 75 179.3
Opponents...... 12 490 2988 206 2782 5.7 25 60 231.8
PASSING G Ef c Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G
Rutherford, Shaun 12 137.8 193-299-5 64.5 2137 15 98 178.1
Arndt, Tyler 5 65.7 22-56-3 39.3 208 1 25 41.6
TEAM 6 0.0 0-3-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
Hawkins, Tim 11 824.8 1-1-0 100.0 47 1 47 4.3
Robinson, Zach 9 0.0 0-1-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
DeLancellotti, Duke 2 209.2 1-1-0 100.0 13 0 13 6.5
Total.......... 12 127.2 217-361-8 60.1 2405 17 98 200.4
Opponents...... 12 137.4 248-408-14 60.8 3035 26 78 252.9
RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G
Erickson, Andy 11 39 482 12.4 3 35 43.8
Harper, Chase 12 28 315 11.2 3 43 26.2
Battle, Isaiah 8 26 428 16.5 3 98 53.5
Smith, Brandon 11 21 226 10.8 2 32 20.5
Curry, Marcus 11 19 167 8.8 2 47 15.2
Milburn, Deche 12 18 165 9.2 0 24 13.8
Ijah, Benjamin 10 17 132 7.8 0 14 13.2
Miller, Bradley 12 14 126 9.0 2 22 10.5
Gaines, Jafus 12 14 114 8.1 0 34 9.5
Franks, Terrence 12 10 150 15.0 1 32 12.5
Hawkins, Tim 11 4 45 11.2 0 16 4.1
Matthews, Cody 12 3 28 9.3 0 15 2.3
Gay, Tim 12 2 6 3.0 1 4 0.5
Lewis, David 2 1 14 14.0 0 14 7.0
Lowe, Robert 7 1 7 7.0 0 7 1.0
Total.......... 12 217 2405 11.1 17 98 200.4
Opponents...... 12 248 3035 12.2 26 78 252.9
PUNT RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Erickson, Andy 17 284 16.7 0 54
Mager, Craig 1 79 79.0 1 79
Total.......... 18 363 20.2 1 79
Opponents...... 16 140 8.8 1 79
INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Mager, Craig 4 0 0.0 0 0
Morris, Darryl 4 14 3.5 0 7
Clavell-Head, Jamie 2 19 9.5 0 10
Targun, Colby 1 0 0.0 0 0
Jeter-Gilmon, Jerrid 1 4 4.0 0 4
Mims, David 1 32 32.0 0 32
Iwuji, Justin 1 23 23.0 0 23
Total.......... 14 92 6.6 0 32
Opponents...... 8 157 19.6 1 88
KICK RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Gaines, Jafus 28 808 28.9 0 65
Battle, Isaiah 12 214 17.8 0 29
Erickson, Andy 7 184 26.3 0 38
Gilmore, Michael 4 102 25.5 0 29
Ijah, Benjamin 1 23 23.0 0 23
Ward, Jonathan 1 15 15.0 0 15
Harper, Chase 1 0 0.0 0 0
Total.......... 54 1346 24.9 0 65
Opponents...... 34 734 21.6 0 47
|- PATs -|
SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points
Johnson, Will 0 12-17 43-44 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 79
Curry, Marcus 12 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 72
Franks, Terrence 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36
Rutherford, Shaun 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30
Erickson, Andy 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Harper, Chase 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Battle, Isaiah 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Miller, Bradley 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12
Gay, Tim 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12
Smith, Brandon 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12
Lowe, Robert 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Clavell-Head, Jamie 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
McColloch, Blake 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
DeLancellotti, Duke 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Mager, Craig 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Hawkins, Tim 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Total.......... 44 12-17 43-44 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 343
Opponents...... 53 11-19 51-53 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 402
TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G
Rutherford, Shaun 12 467 597 2137 2734 227.8
Curry, Marcus 11 113 685 0 685 62.3
Gay, Tim 12 27 279 0 279 23.2
Franks, Terrence 12 64 269 0 269 22.4
Arndt, Tyler 5 60 35 208 243 48.6
Hawkins, Tim 11 9 113 47 160 14.5
Lowe, Robert 7 8 76 0 76 10.9
Battle, Isaiah 8 11 68 0 68 8.5
DeLancellotti, Duke 2 4 29 13 42 21.0
Imade, Dexter 4 4 7 0 7 1.8
Erickson, Andy 11 1 1 0 1 0.1
TEAM 6 5 -7 0 -7 -1.2
Total.......... 12 774 2152 2405 4557 379.8
Opponents...... 12 898 2782 3035 5817 484.8
FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk
Johnson, Will 12-17 70.6 0-0 2-2 5-7 3-4 2-4 54 0
PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd
Robinson, Zach 26 1200 46.2 59 0 7 13 8 0
Johnson, Will 22 901 41.0 59 0 11 9 2 0
Rutherford, Shaun 3 103 34.3 48 0 0 2 0 0
Total.......... 51 2204 43.2 59 0 18 24 10 0
Opponents...... 37 1637 44.2 57 3 7 10 9 0
ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G
Erickson, Andy 11 1 482 284 184 0 951 86.5
Gaines, Jafus 12 0 114 0 808 0 922 76.8
Curry, Marcus 11 685 167 0 0 0 852 77.5
Battle, Isaiah 8 68 428 0 214 0 710 88.8
Rutherford, Shaun 12 597 0 0 0 0 597 49.8
Franks, Terrence 12 269 150 0 0 0 419 34.9
Harper, Chase 12 0 315 0 0 0 315 26.2
Gay, Tim 12 279 6 0 0 0 285 23.8
Smith, Brandon 11 0 226 0 0 0 226 20.5
Milburn, Deche 12 0 165 0 0 0 165 13.8
Hawkins, Tim 11 113 45 0 0 0 158 14.4
Ijah, Benjamin 10 0 132 0 23 0 155 15.5
Miller, Bradley 12 0 126 0 0 0 126 10.5
Gilmore, Michael 7 0 0 0 102 0 102 14.6
Lowe, Robert 7 76 7 0 0 0 83 11.9
Mager, Craig 12 0 0 79 0 0 79 6.6
Arndt, Tyler 5 35 0 0 0 0 35 7.0
Mims, David 6 0 0 0 0 32 32 5.3
DeLancellotti, Duke 2 29 0 0 0 0 29 14.5
Matthews, Cody 12 0 28 0 0 0 28 2.3
Iwuji, Justin 12 0 0 0 0 23 23 1.9
Clavell-Head, Jamie 12 0 0 0 0 19 19 1.6
Ward, Jonathan 12 0 0 0 15 0 15 1.2
Morris, Darryl 12 0 0 0 0 14 14 1.2
Lewis, David 2 0 14 0 0 0 14 7.0
Imade, Dexter 4 7 0 0 0 0 7 1.8
Jeter-Gilmon, Jerrid 12 0 0 0 0 4 4 0.3
TEAM 6 -7 0 0 0 0 -7 -1.2
Total.......... 12 2152 2405 363 1346 92 6358 529.8
Opponents...... 12 2782 3035 140 734 157 6848 570.7
|-------Tackles-------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd
DEFENSIVE LEADERS
GP Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yds Int-Yds BU PD Qbh Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf
Bartu, Joplo 12 61 34 95 12.0- 46 5.5- 35 . 1 1 2 1- 0 1 . .
McLean, Jason 11 47 22 69 2.0- 6 . . 6 6 . . 1 . .
Daniels, Xavier 12 42 24 66 . . . 5 5 . 1- 0 1 . .
Morris, Darryl 12 46 15 61 2.0- 3 . 4- 14 5 9 . . . . .
Mager, Craig 12 40 8 48 1.0- 2 . 4- 0 8 12 . . . . .
Iwuji, Justin 12 23 23 46 3.0- 10 . 1- 23 1 2 1 1- 0 1 . .
Mayo, David 7 22 19 41 1.0- 6 . . 1 1 1 1- 0 . . .
McMiller, Damion 11 14 22 36 2.0- 5 . . 1 1 4 . 1 . .
Jeter-Gilmon, Jerrid 12 23 13 36 2.0- 5 . 1- 4 . 1 . 1- 0 . . .
McColloch, Blake 12 15 17 32 6.5- 29 2.0- 18 . 2 2 1 2- 6 2 . .
Benning, Phillip 11 25 7 32 2.0- 3 . . 3 3 . . . . .
Lilly, Brian 11 12 20 32 1.0- 5 1.0- 5 . . . 1 2- 8 . . .
Taulelei, Kamu 12 11 17 28 0.5- 3 0.5- 3 . . . . . . . .
Norfeet, Jordan 12 10 14 24 3.0- 9 . . . . 3 . . . .
Clavell-Head, Jamie 12 17 6 23 1.0- 3 . 2- 19 1 3 2 2- 32 . . .
Moncure, Chad 12 14 9 23 2.5- 10 1.0- 9 . 2 2 2 . . . .
Ward, Jonathan 12 9 10 19 1.0- 3 . . . . . . . . .
Targun, Colby 10 8 11 19 1.0- 2 . 1- 0 1 2 1 1- 0 . . .
Chase, Tyler 12 12 7 19 1.0- 1 . . . . . . . . .
Robertson, Tylond 11 11 8 19 4.0- 7 . . . . 2 . . . .
Williams, Deshun 10 7 8 15 0.5- 1 . . . . 2 . . . .
Hood, Darius 10 6 6 12 0.5- 1 . . . . . . . . .
Hamilton, Drew 12 3 5 8 . . . . . . . . . .
Velliquette, Zach 11 7 1 8 . . . . . . . . . .
Harper, Chase 12 4 4 8 3.0- 20 2.0- 19 . . . 2 . . . .
Wells, Denzel 11 6 . 6 . . . . . . . . . .
Jackson, Tymajrick 11 2 3 5 . . . . . . . . . .
Evans, Thomas 10 3 1 4 . . . . . . . . . .
Mayes, Samuel 9 1 1 2 1.5- 2 . . . . . . . . .
Total.......... 12 517 342 859 54- 182 12- 89 14- 92 38 52 24 12- 46 7 . .
Opponents...... 12 467 310 777 63- 228 28- 151 8- 157 25 33 25 8- 14 9 1 .
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Quick Facts
Location .................................................................... Troy, Alabama
Founded .................................................................................. 1887
Enrollment ........................................................................... 27,270
Nickname ............................................................................. Trojans
Colors .......................................................... Cardinal, Silver & Black
Athletics Website...........................................www.troytrojans.com
Primary Ofense ................................................................... Spread
Primary Defense..................................................................... 4-2-5
All-Time Record ............................................................ 495-373-28
All-Time SBC Record ...............................................................45-22
2012 Record ...............................................................................5-7
2012 SBC Record (Finish) ................................................... 3-5 (6th)
SBC Championships ....................................................................... 5
Bowl Appearances......................................................................... 5
Bowl Record ...............................................................................2-3
Lettermen Returning................................................................... 50
Ofense ................................................................................... 25
Defense .................................................................................. 21
Specialists ................................................................................. 4
Lettermen Lost ............................................................................ 24
Ofense ................................................................................... 11
Defense .................................................................................. 13
Specialists ................................................................................. 0
Starters Returning ....................................................................... 16
Ofense ..................................................................................... 4
Defense .................................................................................... 4
Specialists ................................................................................. 0
Starters Lost ................................................................................ 16
Ofense ..................................................................................... 8
Defense .................................................................................... 8
Specialists ................................................................................. 0
Stadium .............................................. Veterans Memorial Stadium
Capacity ............................................................................... 30,000
Playing Surface ................................................................ AstroPlay
Record .............................................................................. 190-85-3
First Game ....................................................... September 16, 1950
Largest Crowd ...................................................................... 26,574
Veterans Memorial Stadium
Dr. Jack Hawkins Jr.
Chancellor
Dr. Fred Green
Faculty Representative
John Hartwell
Athletics Director
Sandy Atkins
SWA
Troy Administration
Troy University is a public university located in Troy, Alabama and founded in 1887 as Troy Normal School
with a mission to educate and train new teachers. Troy has since evolved into a comprehensive state
university.
The campus itself consists of 36 major buildings on 650 acres plus the adjacent Troy University Arbore-
tum. Troy University’s campus is located near downtown Troy. The campus sits along rolling hills with
many old oak trees present along the streets and throughout campus. A very small lake named Lake
Lagoona sits in front of university’s Sorrell Chapel. The Troy University system consists of 60 sites in 17
U.S. states and 11 other countries.
Troy University cumulatively ofers 46 bachelor’s degree programs, 22 master’s degree programs, and
one doctoral program with an overall selective acceptance rate of 68%.
The Troy University System includes three other campuses in the state of Alabama in Dothan, Montgom-
ery, and Phenix City. The university also has a very large of-campus/distance learning program and ofers
many courses in conjunction with the United States Armed Forces.
Notable Alumni: Kevin Kregel, NASA mission commander; James Byron Huggins, author; Robert Smith,
composer; Dr. Manley Johnson, economist; Vecepia Towery, 3rd season winner of Survivor; DeMarcus
Ware, an All-Pro NFL linebacker for the Dallas Cowboys; Osi Umenyiora, an All-Pro NFL defensive end for
the New York Giants.
Troy University
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2013 Schedule
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
AUG. 31 UAB TROY, ALA. 6:00 PM
SEPT. 7 SAVANNAH STATE TROY, ALA. 6:00 PM
Sept. 12 * at Arkansas State Jonesboro, Ark. TBA (ESPNU)
Sept. 21 at Mississippi State Starkville, Miss. TBA
Sept. 28 at Duke Durham, N.C. TBA
OCT. 5 * SOUTH ALABAMA TROY, ALA. TBA
Oct. 12 * at Georgia State Atlanta, Ga. 1:00 PM
Oct. 26 * at Western Kentucky Bowling Green, Ky. 3:00 PM
OCT. 31 * LOUISIANAMONROE TROY, ALA. TBA ESPNU
Nov. 7 * at Louisiana-Lafayette Lafayette, La. TBA (ESPNU)
Nov. 16 at Ole Miss Oxford, Miss TBA
NOV. 29 * TEXAS STATE TROY, ALA. TBA
* Denotes Sun Belt game; All times central; Home games in BOLD CAPS; Subject to change
2012 Results
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
Sept. 1 at UAB Birmingham, Ala. W, 39-29 (Fox College Sports)
SEPT. 8 * LOUISIANALAFAYETTE TROY, ALA. L, 2437 ESPN3
SEPT. 15 MISSISSIPPI STATE TROY, ALA. L, 2430 ESPN3
Sept. 22 * at North Texas Denton, Texas W, 14-7 (ESPN3)
Sept. 29 * at South Alabama Mobile, Ala. W, 31-10 (Sun Belt Network)
OCT. 11 * WESTERN KENTUCKY TROY, ALA. L, 2631 ESPNU
OCT. 20 * FIU TROY, ALA. W, 3837 SUN BELT NETWORK
Oct. 27 * at Florida Atlantic Boca Raton, Fla. L, 27-34
Nov. 3 at Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. L, 48-55 (Fox Sports Net)
NOV. 10 NAVY TROY, ALA. W, 4131 ESPN3
NOV. 17 * ARKANSAS STATE TROY, ALA. L, 3441 TROY SPORTS NET
Nov. 24 * at Middle Tennessee Murfreesboro, Tenn. L, 21-24 (ESPN3)
* Denotes Sun Belt game; Home games in BOLD CAPS
Year School Record
1991 Troy 5-6
1992 Troy 10-1
1993 Troy 12-1-1
1994 Troy 8-4
1995 Troy 11-1
1996 Troy 12-2
1997 Troy 5-6
1998 Troy 8-4
1999 Troy 11-2
2000 Troy 9-3
2001 Troy 7-4
2002 Troy 4-8
2003 Troy 6-6
2004 Troy 7-5
2005 Troy 4-7
2006 Troy 8-5
2007 Troy 8-4
2008 Troy 8-5
2009 Troy 9-4
2010 Troy 8-5
2011 Troy 3-9
2012 Troy 5-7
Total 22 years 169-98-1
Blakeney Year-by-Year as a Head Coach
Year Bowl/Playofs Results
1968 NAIA Playofs National Champion
1984 Division II Playofs National Champion
1986 Division II Playofs Semifnals
1987 Division II Playofs National Champion
1993 I-AA Playofs Semifnals
1994 I-AA Playofs First Round
1995 I-AA Playofs First Round
1996 I-AA Playofs Semifnals
1998 I-AA Playofs First Round
1999 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnals
2000 I-AA Playofs First Round
2004 Silicon Valley Classic - vs. Northern Illinois - San Jose, Calif. L, 21-34
2006 R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl - vs. Rice - New Orleans, La. W, 41-17
2008 R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl - vs. Southern Miss. - New Orleans, La. L, 27-30 (OT)
2009 GMAC Bowl - vs. Central Michigan - Mobile, Ala. L, 41-44 (OT)
2010 R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl - vs. Ohio - New Orleans, La. W, 48-21
Trojans in the Postseason
• For the past two decades there have been very few constants in college athletics. Schools
have changed conferences, often more than once. Coaches have pledged loyalty to a
school, only to bolt for another job the next day. Student-athletes have gotten bigger,
and stronger, and the academic requirements they must meet in order to compete have
become increasingly more stringent. Among the few constants on the landscape of col-
lege football is Trojans head coach Larry Blakeney.
• Entering his 23rd season in 2013, Blakeney, quite simply, has been a winner throughout
his career. A 2009 inductee into the prestigious Alabama Sports Hall of Fame, Blakeney
has been at the forefront of the move of the entire Troy University athletics program from
the ranks of Division II, through Division I-AA and into Division I-A. He has run a program
that is based on integrity and has been regularly recognized by the American Football
Coaches Association for high graduation rates.
• Throughout his career, Blakeney has been recognized by his peers, by the people he has
worked for and with, and by the sporting community at large. He has been named to four
separate Halls of Fame, has been named Coach of the Year on numerous occasions and he
gives generously of his time to almost any group or organization who asks for it.
• In the spring of 2011, Blakeney was awarded with the ultimate honor - the playing surface
at the University’s home stadium was to be named after the legendary head coach. The
home feld at Troy University will now, and forever be known as Larry Blakeney Field at
Veterans Memorial Stadium. He was enshrined into the Troy University Sports Hall of
Fame in August 2012 as a member of the inaugural class.
• From his time as a quarterback at Auburn University, to his highly successful high school
coaching career, from his 14 years as an assistant coach at his alma mater when the Tigers
enjoyed an unprecedented run of success to his now 21 seasons at Troy University, Blak-
eney has always been associated with a job well done.
• His tenure at Troy University has been nothing less than remarkable. During his 21 years,
he has led the Trojans to a 164-91-1 record, posting the third-best winning percentage
among all programs in the state of Alabama during that span. As the school’s longest-
serving and most successful head coach of all time, Blakeney led the Troy football
program to an unequaled run of success that has taken the Trojans from Division II to
the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) and now to the grandest stage of all, the
Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS).
• Blakeney has guided the Trojans to 15 winning seasons, including six seasons of 10 wins
or more and he currently stands fourth among all college coaches to have manned a
sideline in the state of Alabama with 164 victories.
• Since guiding the Trojans into the Sun Belt Conference in 2004, Blakeney has enjoyed
what can only be termed stunning success at the highest level of the game. In eight sea-
sons his teams have won fve conference crowns and appeared in fve bowl games.
• During that time the Trojans have won 42 Sun Belt Conference games, nine more than the
closest team. Troy has had 84 All-Sun Belt Selections and averaged 28.0 points per game,
both are tops in the league.
• The Trojans joined an exclusive list in 2010 with their ffth consecutive conference crown.
Only two other programs in the history of what is now the Football Bowl Subdivision have
won as many as fve straight league crowns – Florida State in the ACC (5, 1996-2000) and
Alabama in the SEC (5, 1971-75).
Head Coach Larry Blakeney
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Trojan Football
Corey Robinson
QB - 6-2 - 209
Senior
Paducah, Kentucky
Led the Sun Belt Conference and ranked 19th in the NCAA averaging 285.5 passing yards
per game...Completed 257-of-389 attempts for 3,121 yards and 12 touchdowns...Ranked
23rd in the NCAA with his 66.2 completion percentage, while his 257 completions were
the 31st most in the county...Broke fve Troy career and game records in the game against
Louisiana-Lafayette; set the Troy game records with 46 completions for 485 yards in the
game...Also, set the career marks for passing yards, total ofense and passing attempts
in the game...Will enter the 2013 season as the NCAA’s active leader in passing attempts,
completions and yards...Threw a touchdown pass in 10-of-11 games played (South
Alabama lone game without one)...Reached the 300-yard mark fve times on the year and
threw for over 400 yards against Louisiana-Lafayette and Arkansas State (417 yards)...Led
a Troy ofense that fnished eighth in the NCAA in passing yards and 11th in total ofense...
Finished the year ranked 30th in the NCAA in total ofense (279.5).
Deon Anthony
QB - 6-0 - 214
Senior
New Iberia, Louisiana
Played in all 12 games and started Troy’s 38-37 victory over FIU...Named the Allstate Sugar
Bowl Manning Award Player of the Week for his performance against FIU; 29-of-41 for 245
yards and three touchdowns through the air while rushing for 115 yards and two touch-
downs on 19 carries (accounted for all fve Troy touchdowns in the game)...His rushing total
was the most by a Troy quarterback in a game since 1997...Named to the All-Sun Belt Second
Team as an all-purpose player...Finished the season with 856 yards and nine touchdowns
through the air and 390 yards and eight touchdowns on the ground...Rushed for the most
touchdowns by a quarterback at Troy since Omar Haugabook ran for 11 in 2007; rushing
yards were the most by a quarterback since Haugabook had 631 yards in 2007...Tied with
ULL’s Terrance Broadway for the most rushing touchdown’s by a quarterback in the Sun Belt
during the regular season...Finished second in the Sun Belt with a 153.5 passer ef ciency,
only behind Sun Belt Player of the Year Ryan Aplin’s 154.7.
Chris Pickett
S - 5-11 - 200
Senior
Crestview, Florida
Credited with nine starts on the season and appeared in 11 games (miss Troy’s game at
South Alabama with minor injury)...Will be Troy’s top returning tackler after fnishing fourth
on the team last year with 61 total tackles and 46 solo stops...Finished 34th in the Sun Belt
with his 5.5 tackles-per-game average...Tied for 29th in the NCAA and second in the Sun
Belt with three forced fumbles...Broke up a pair of passes on the year, at UAB in the opener
and at Middle Tennessee in the season fnale...Made a season-high nine tackles at Florida
Atlantic one week after recording eight stops against FIU...Averaged 7.2 tackles over the
fnal six games of the season; had seven tackles against Tennessee and Navy...Forced his
three fumbles in consecutive games against Western Kentucky, FIU and Florida Atlantic...
Had a half tackle for loss at Tennessee...Recorded at least one tackle in 10-of-11 games
played and at least six tackles in seven games
Eric Thomas
WR - 6-1 - 209
Senior
Shreveport, Louisiana
Enters the 2013 season as the Sun Belt’s leader with 17 touchdown receptions … Started
all 12 games his junior year and caught 55 passes for 667 yards and a team-leading seven
touchdowns … He will slide back to the X wide receiver position in 2013 where he caught
67 passes for 875 yards and nine touchdowns as a sophomore … Caught six passes for
147 yards and two touchdowns at Tennessee … Made six catches for 60 yards and scored
twice against FIU … Caught a pass in every game and had at least four catches in seven
diferent contests … Had touchdown grabs against Louisiana-Lafayette, Western Kentucky
and Middle Tennessee …. Featured on SportsCenter’s Top 10 Plays for his touchdown grab
against WKU on ESPNU.
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Trojan Roster
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Exp. Hometown/Previous School
1 Camren Hudson S 5-10 191 Sr. 3L Tallahassee, Fla. / Rickards HS
2 Keion Payne CB 5-10 175 Jr. TR Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. / Hutchinson CC
3 Eric Thomas WR 6-1 216 Sr. 3L Shreveport, La. / Evangel Christian
4 Jed Solomon K 5-7 152 So. 1L Valdosta, Ga. / Lowndes County HS
4 Trey Page WR 5-8 167 So. 1L Birmingham, Ala. / Oak Mountain HS
6 Corey Robinson QB 6-1 210 Sr. 3L Paducah, Ky. / Lone Oak HS
7 Chris Pickett S 5-11 192 Sr. 3L Crestview, Fla. / Crestview HS
7 Deon Anthony QB 6-0 210 Sr. 1L New Iberia, La. / Hinds CC
9 Cameron Peterson WR 5-11 182 Jr. SQ Daphne, Ala. / Daphne HS
9 Dimitri Miles LB 6-1 209 Jr. 2L Lafayette, Ga. / Lafayette HS
11 Khary Franklin RB 5-5 171 Jr. 3L Valdosta, Ga. / Lowndes County HS
11 Jeremy Spikner S 5-10 190 Jr. TR Olive Branch, Miss. / Northeast Mississippi CC
12 Brandon Silvers QB 6-2 218 Fr. HS Gulf Shores, Ala. / Gulf Shores HS
13 K.D. Edenfeld WR 6-0 189 So. 1L Troy, Ala. / Charles Henderson HS
14 Dallas Tidwell QB 6-7 218 So. 1L Gardendale, Ala. / Gardendale HS
14 Rishad Goode CB 6-0 190 Fr. HS Madison, Ala. / Bob Jones HS
15 Garrett Parker K 6-3 211 Jr. TR Huntsville, Ala. / Concordia College (Ala.)
16 Chandler Worthy WR 5-9 170 Jr. 2L Hampton, Ga. / Grif n HS
16 Tyler Parker S 6-1 192 Jr. SQ Union Hill, Ala. / A.P. Brewer HS
17 B.J. Chitty WR 6-2 197 Jr. 2L Dothan, Ala. / Northview HS
18 Bryan Holmes WR 5-11 178 So. 1L Lake Butler, Fla. / Union County HS
18 Mitch Mathias K 5-11 178 R-Fr. HS Birmingham, Ala. / Oak Mountain HS
20 Terris Lewis LB 6-2 220 Fr. HS Linden, Ala. / Linden HS
21 Will Scott K/P 5-11 192 Sr. 1L Lucedale, Miss. / Gulf Coast CC
21 Shaq Beverly S 5-9 207 So. 1L Jacksonville, Fla. / First Coast HS
21 Chaise Dunn WR 6-3 195 Jr. TR Dade City, Fla. / US Merchant Marine Academy
22 Joe Lofton S 6-1 188 So. SQ Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. / Ft. Walton Beach HS
22 Brett Thiesen WR 5-10 169 Jr. SQ Jensen Beach, Fla. / Kentucky
23 Wayland Coleman-Dancer LB 6-0 212 Sr. 1L Cleveland, Miss. / Mississippi Delta CC
24 Kinderick Dent QB 6-1 183 Jr. TR Mobile, Ala. / South Alabama
25 Chris Davis CB 5-8 161 So. 1L Thomasville, Ala. / Thomasville HS
26 Mitchell Roland LB 5-11 222 Fr. HS Auburn, Ala. / Auburn HS
26 Harrison Fields RB 6-0 214 Jr. SQ Gurley, Ala. / Madison County HS
27 Martrez Townes LB 5-11 205 Sr. 1L Nesbit, Miss. / Itawamba CC
27 Michael Lindsey RB 5-8 160 R-Fr. RS Elba, Ala. / Elba HS
28 Daron White RB 5-9 176 So. 1L Jacksonville, Fla. / First Coast HS
28 Zach McCray CB 5-7 184 R-Fr. HS Enterprise, Ala. / Enterprise HS
29 JaQuadrian Lewis DB 5-11 172 R-Fr. RS Fitzgerald, Ga. / Fitzgerald HS
30 Jamal Stadom DE 6-1 242 Fr. HS Melbourne, Fla. / Melbourne HS
31 Bradley Payne LB 5-10 194 Jr. SQ Florence, Ala. / Florence HS
31 Derrick Stubbs WR 6-1 187 So. HS Bainbridge, Ga. / Bainbridge HS
32 Brandon Burks RB 5-9 184 So. 1L Daleville, Ala. / Daleville HS
33 Tyler Roberts LB 6-2 227 So. 1L Hoover, Ala. / Hoover HS
34 Ethan Davis DB 5-10 180 Jr. 2L Lynn Haven, Fla. / Mosley HS
34 Nick McLaughlin RB 6-1 223 R-Fr. HS Tennille, Ala. / Pike Liberal Arts School
35 Mark Wilson LB 6-3 230 Jr. 1L Tallahassee, Fla. / Fullerton CC
36 Josh Spence DB 5-9 184 R-Fr. RS Beauregard, Ala. / Beauregard HS
37 Jacquez Young CB 5-9 174 Jr. 1L Hoover, Ala. / West Alabama
40 Jarod Lee RB 6-1 238 Sr. 2L Panama City, Fla. / Mosley HS
40 Josh Burnham DB 5-8 176 So. SQ Columbus, Ga. / Northside HS
41 Hunter Graham LS 5-10 175 Sr. 1L Lincoln, Ala. / Lincoln HS
43 Montres Kitchens LB 5-11 178 So. 1L Waynesboro, Ga. / Burke County HS
44 Alton Daniel CB 5-7 165 So. TR Birmingham, Ala. / Jacksonville State
46 Daniel Warren LB 6-0 218 R-Fr. RS Glencoe, Ala. / Glencoe HS
47 Eli Canton LB 6-1 228 Jr. 1L Hernando, Miss. / Northeast Mississippi CC
48 Jonnathan Valdez TE 6-3 225 R-Fr. HS Bayamon, Puerto Rico / PR Baseball Academy
49 Micah Moore DE 6-1 225 Fr. HS Gallant, Ala. / West End HS
50 Evan McKissack OL 5-10 242 Sr. 1L Hoover, Ala. / Hoover HS
51 Deon Lee DE 6-3 232 So. 1L DeFuniak Springs, Fla. / Walton Senior HS
52 Brach Bessant LB 6-0 251 Jr. 1L Lake City, Fla. / Columbia HS
53 Justin Fuller LS 5-11 213 R-Fr. HS Luverne, Ala. / Crenshaw Christian Academy
54 Marty Stadom DE 6-2 242 Sr. 1L Melbourne, Fla. / Southwest Mississippi CC
58 Aaron Herring OL 6-5 315 Fr. HS Alachua, Fla. / Santa Fe HS
60 Caleb Carbine OL 6-1 280 Jr. SQ Florence, Ala. / North Alabama
61 Garrett Peek DE 6-3 258 R-Fr. RS Millbrook, Ala. / Stanhope Elmore HS
62 Jonathan Boring OL 6-4 293 Fr. HS Lexington, S.C. / Lexington HS
63 Jawuan Jones LB 6-0 235 So. SQ Colquitt, Ga. / Miller County HS
64 Kendall Gibson LS 5-11 276 Sr. 1L Greenville, Ala. / Fort Dale Academy
65 Patrick Shotts OL 6-1 269 Sr. SQ Hoover, Ala. / North Alabama
67 Jimmie Arnold OL 6-1 276 Sr. 3L Belle Glades, Fla. / Day HS
68 Antonio Garcia OL 6-6 268 R-Fr. RS Riverdale, Ga. / Charles Dew HS
69 Dalton Bennett OL 6-3 298 So. 1L Marianna, Fla. / Marianna HS
70 Tommy Stephens OL 6-3 272 Jr. 1L Marianna, Fla. / Marianna HS
71 Luke Lawrence OL 6-3 298 R-Fr. RS Tuscaloosa, Ala. / Hillcrest HS
72 Tyler Lassiter OL 6-6 296 R-Fr. RS Hazel Green, Ala. / Hazel Green HS
73 Taylor Polk LS 6-0 208 R-Fr. RS Demopolis, Ala. / Demopolis HS
75 Terrence Jones OL 6-3 318 Jr. 2L Huntsville, Ala. / Huntsville HS
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Trojan Roster
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Exp. Hometown/Previous School
78 Chris Hawkins OL 6-3 294 Jr. 1L Florence, Ala. / Hutchinson CC
79 Jadarius Gardner DE 6-2 230 So. RS Clarksdale, Miss. / Jones JC
80 Jim Teknipp TE 6-5 245 Sr. 2L McDonough, Ga. / Central Florida
81 Hakeem Haynie WR 6-0 188 Jr. 1L Stone Mountain, Ga. / Stephenson HS
82 Eric Dunn WR 6-0 184 Jr. 1L Montgomery, Ala. / R.E. Lee HS
83 Damien Simmons WR 6-0 200 Jr. SQ Florence, Ala. / North Alabama
84 Felton Payton WR 6-1 183 Sr. 3L Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. / Ft. Walton Beach HS
85 Drew Thompson TE 6-1 280 R-Fr. HS Mobile, Ala. / Mobile Christian
86 Brandon Brooks WR 6-0 185 R-Fr. RS Jacksonville, Fla. / First Coast HS
88 Tommy Blevins TE 6-4 240 So. 1L Florence, Ala. / Wilson HS
89 Chris Williams WR 5-11 183 Sr. 1L Birmingham, Ala. / Mississippi Valley State
90 Brandon Timmons DE 6-2 238 Jr. RS Olive Branch, Miss. / Northwest Mississippi CC
91 Shermane TeArt DT 6-1 275 Sr. 3L Orlando, Fla. / Edgewater HS
92 Xavier Melton DT 6-3 290 Sr. 1L Lakeland, Fla. / Butler CC
93 Preston Penn DE 6-1 223 Sr. SQ Enterprise, Ala. / West Alabama
94 Antonio Gillespie DT 6-2 276 Sr. 1L Jenks, Okla. / Cofeyville CC
95 Aaron Williams DT 6-4 278 Sr. 3L Leroy, Ala. / Leroy HS
97 D.J. Johnson DT 6-4 291 So. 1L Mobile, Ala. / Baker HS
98 Lonnie Gosha DT 6-2 277 So. RS Lake Butler, Fla. / Arkansas
99 Ryan Kay K 6-1 218 R-Fr. RS Dutchtown, Ga. / Dutchtown HS
Josh Anderson RB 5-11 230 Fr. HS Douglasville, Ga. / South Paulding HS
Jordan Chunn RB 6-0 211 Fr. HS Gurley, Ala. / Madison County HS
Taylor Edwards OL 6-4 290 Fr. HS Water Valley, Miss. / Water Valley HS
Xavier Fields OL 6-4 345 Fr. HS Montgomery, Ala. / Stanhope Elmore HS
David Gross OL 6-6 305 Fr. HS Montgomery, Ala. / Trinity Presbyterian HS
Dondrell Harris DB 5-11 180 Fr. HS Panama City, Fla. / Rutherford HS
Jalen Harris WR 6-1 185 Fr. HS Dothan, Ala. / Northview HS
Sam Lebbie LB 6-2 230 Fr. HS Hyattsville, Md. / DeMathia Catholic HS
Tim Longmire WR 6-0 195 Fr. HS Tallahassee, Fla. / Godby HS
Cardell Lue DB 6-0 185 Fr. HS Carrollton, Texas / Hebron HS
Julius McCall DB 5-10 170 Fr. HS Chelsea, Ala. / Chelsea HS
Zach Moore LB 6-1 200 Fr. HS Douglas, Ga. / Cofee County HS
Clark Quisenberry WR 6-3 205 Fr. HS Enterprise, Ala. / Enterprise HS
Bryan Slater DT 6-2 268 Fr. HS Mobile, Ala. / St. Paul’s HS
Jevius Terry DB 5-9 160 Fr. HS McDonough, Ga. / Eagles Landing Christian Acd.
2013 Signees
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown/Previous School
Arie Anderson DT 6-3 285 Millbrook, Ala. / Stanhope Elmore HS
Joshua Anderson RB 5-11 230 Douglasville, Ga. / South Paulding HS
Jonathan Boring OL 6-4 270 Lexington, S.C. / Lexington HS
Jordan Chunn RB 6-0 211 Gurley, Ala. / Madison County HS
Jaylen Daniels DE 6-3 205 Vienna, Ga. / Dooly County HS
Taylor Driggers DT 6-2 250 Brantley, Ala. / Brantley HS
Taylor Edwards OL 6-4 290 Water Valley, Miss. / Water Valley HS
Xavier Fields OL 6-4 335 Millbrook, Ala. / Stanhope Elmore HS
David Gross OL 6-6 295 Montgomery, Ala. / Trinity Presbyterian HS
Dondrell Harris DB 5-11 180 Panama City, Fla. / Rutherford HS
Jalen Harris WR 6-1 185 Dothan, Ala. / Northview HS
Sam Lebbie LB 6-2 240 Hyattsville, Md. / DeMatha Catholic HS
Tim Longmire ATH 6-0 195 Tallahassee, Fla. / Godby HS
Cardell Lue DB 6-0 185 Carrollton, Texas / Hebron HS
Julius McCall DB 5-10 170 Chelsea, Ala. / Chelsea HS
Brett Medforth OL 6-3 245 Sylacauga, Ala. / Sylacauga HS
Zach Moore LB 6-1 200 Douglas, Ga. / Cofee County HS
Keion Payne DB 5-10 175 Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. / Hutchinson CC
Clark Quisenberry WR 6-3 205 Enterprise, Ala. / Enterprise HS
Seth Roberts DT 6-4 250 Ariton, Ala. / Ariton HS
Bryan Slater DT 6-2 268 Mobile, Ala. / St. Paul’s Episcopal HS
Montavious Smoke DB 6-1 182 Millbrook, Ala. / Stanhope Elmore HS
Jevius Terry DB 5-9 160 McDonough, Ga. / Eagles Landing Christian
Coaching Staf
Head Coach: Larry Blakeney
Wayne Bolt - Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers
Kenny Edenfeld - Ofensive Coordinator/Inside Receivers
Shayne Wasden - Assistant Head Coach/Outside Receivers/Special Teams Coordinator
Jef Beckles - Running Backs
Randy Butler - Defensive Line
Jim Dye - Ofensive Line
Dustin Landry - Cornerbacks
Benjy Parker - Safeties
Sean Reagan - Quarterbacks
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RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G
Southward, S. 12 194 1041 29 1012 5.2 10 55 84.3
Anthony, Deon 12 82 446 56 390 4.8 8 44 32.5
Albert, Justin 12 70 329 26 303 4.3 2 31 25.2
Taylor, D.J. 9 64 261 2 259 4.0 1 13 28.8
Worthy, C. 12 11 81 2 79 7.2 0 24 6.6
Franklin, Khary 4 3 23 0 23 7.7 0 11 5.8
White, Daron 8 3 11 0 11 3.7 0 5 1.4
Reeves, Chip 12 1 7 0 7 7.0 0 7 0.6
TEAM 9 8 0 30 -30 -3.8 0 0 -3.3
Robinson, Corey 11 21 32 79 -47 -2.2 1 10 -4.3
Total.......... 12 457 2231 224 2007 4.4 22 55 167.2
Opponents...... 12 469 2427 205 2222 4.7 17 98 185.2
PASSING G Ef c Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G
Robinson, Corey 11 139.34 258-390-9 66.2 3141 12 76 285.5
Anthony, Deon 12 153.50 78-112-3 69.6 836 9 51 69.7
Tidwell, Dallas 1 0.00 0-3-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
TEAM 9 0.00 0-3-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
Robinson, J. 12 438.40 1-1-0 100.0 1 1 1 0.1
Total.......... 12 141.41 337-509-12 66.2 3978 22 76 331.5
Opponents...... 12 146.58 211-372-6 56.7 3101 26 72 258.4
RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G
Reeves, Chip 12 65 1050 16.2 6 76 87.5
Thomas, Eric 12 55 667 12.1 7 67 55.6
Worthy, C. 12 46 544 11.8 2 54 45.3
Southward, S. 12 43 362 8.4 0 31 30.2
Albert, Justin 12 31 250 8.1 0 24 20.8
Robinson, J. 12 30 405 13.5 3 25 33.8
Chitty, B.J. 12 20 222 11.1 2 62 18.5
Taylor, D.J. 9 17 145 8.5 1 21 16.1
Williams, Chris 12 8 127 15.9 0 44 10.6
Lee, Jarod 12 6 63 10.5 1 20 5.2
Haskins, Sam 10 4 42 10.5 0 15 4.2
Franklin, Khary 4 3 34 11.3 0 16 8.5
White, Daron 8 3 -2 -0.7 0 6 -0.2
Edenfeld, K.D. 3 2 20 10.0 0 12 6.7
Harbin, J.J. 12 1 24 24.0 0 24 2.0
Anthony, Deon 12 1 12 12.0 0 12 1.0
Payton, Felton 12 1 7 7.0 0 7 0.6
Holmes, Bryan 10 1 6 6.0 0 6 0.6
Total.......... 12 337 3978 11.8 22 76 331.5
Opponents...... 12 211 3101 14.7 26 72 258.4
PUNT RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Albert, Justin 18 141 7.8 0 54
Total.......... 18 141 7.8 0 54
Opponents...... 16 32 2.0 0 14
INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Trawick, B. 3 123 41.0 1 70
Willis, Bryan 1 0 0.0 0 0
Terry, De’Von 1 0 0.0 0 0
Bryan, Brannon 1 0 0.0 0 0
Total.......... 6 123 20.5 1 70
Opponents...... 12 201 16.8 1 77
KICK RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Worthy, C. 23 507 22.0 0 39
White, Daron 8 127 15.9 0 24
Miller, Zach 3 50 16.7 0 18
Burks, Brandon 3 26 8.7 0 11
Canton, Eli 1 0 0.0 0 0
Taylor, D.J. 1 11 11.0 0 11
Total.......... 39 721 18.5 0 39
Opponents...... 46 903 19.6 0 68
|- PATs -|
SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points
Scott, Will 0 17-21 40-42 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 91
Southward, S. 10 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 60
Anthony, Deon 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-2 0 0 48
Thomas, Eric 7 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 44
Reeves, Chip 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36
Robinson, J. 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Albert, Justin 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 14
Chitty, B.J. 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12
Worthy, C. 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12
Taylor, D.J. 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12
Trawick, B. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Robinson, Corey 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-1 0 0 6
Lee, Jarod 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
TEAM 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 2
Total.......... 45 17-21 40-42 0-0 2 2-3 0 1 367
Opponents...... 46 16-24 38-41 0-0 2 2-5 0 0 366
TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G
Robinson, Corey 11 411 -47 3141 3094 281.3
Anthony, Deon 12 194 390 836 1226 102.2
Southward, S. 12 194 1012 0 1012 84.3
Albert, Justin 12 70 303 0 303 25.2
Taylor, D.J. 9 64 259 0 259 28.8
Worthy, C. 12 11 79 0 79 6.6
Franklin, Khary 4 3 23 0 23 5.8
White, Daron 8 3 11 0 11 1.4
Reeves, Chip 12 1 7 0 7 0.6
Robinson, J. 12 1 0 1 1 0.1
TEAM 9 11 -30 0 -30 -3.3
Total.......... 12 966 2007 3978 5985 498.8
Opponents...... 12 841 2222 3101 5323 443.6
FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk
Scott, Will 17-21 81.0 3-3 5-6 4-5 4-5 1-2 52 1
PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd
Scott, Will 54 2215 41.0 58 2 9 18 0
TEAM 2 6 3.0 16 0 0 0 1
Total.......... 56 2221 39.7 58 2 9 18 1
Opponents...... 61 2572 42.2 69 6 27 20 0
ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G
Southward, S. 12 1012 362 0 0 0 1374 114.5
Worthy, C. 12 79 544 0 507 0 1130 94.2
Reeves, Chip 12 7 1050 0 0 0 1057 88.1
Albert, Justin 12 303 250 141 0 0 694 57.8
Thomas, Eric 12 0 667 0 0 0 667 55.6
Taylor, D.J. 9 259 145 0 11 0 415 46.1
Robinson, J. 12 0 405 0 0 0 405 33.8
Anthony, Deon 12 390 12 0 0 0 402 33.5
Chitty, B.J. 12 0 222 0 0 0 222 18.5
White, Daron 8 11 -2 0 127 0 136 17.0
Williams, Chris 12 0 127 0 0 0 127 10.6
Trawick, B. 12 0 0 0 0 123 123 10.2
Lee, Jarod 12 0 63 0 0 0 63 5.2
Franklin, Khary 4 23 34 0 0 0 57 14.2
Miller, Zach 12 0 0 0 50 0 50 4.2
Haskins, Sam 10 0 42 0 0 0 42 4.2
Burks, Brandon 10 0 0 0 26 0 26 2.6
Harbin, J.J. 12 0 24 0 0 0 24 2.0
Edenfeld, K.D. 3 0 20 0 0 0 20 6.7
Payton, Felton 12 0 7 0 0 0 7 0.6
Holmes, Bryan 10 0 6 0 0 0 6 0.6
TEAM 9 -30 0 0 0 0 -30 -3.3
Robinson, Corey 11 -47 0 0 0 0 -47 -4.3
Total.......... 12 2007 3978 141 721 123 6970 580.8
Opponents...... 12 2222 3101 32 903 201 6459 538.2
|-------Tackles-------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd
DEFENSIVE LEADERS
GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf
Davis, Kanorris 11 65 18 83 3.0-10 . . 1 3 1-0 2 . .
Trawick, B. 12 50 33 83 5.5-8 . 3-123 4 . . . . .
Bryan, Brannon 12 50 27 77 1.5-1 . 1-0 1 2 . . . .
Pickett, Chris 11 43 18 61 0.5-1 . . 2 . . 3 . .
Hudson, Camren 12 30 20 50 2.0-6 . . 1 1 2-1 2 . .
Miles, Dimitri 12 26 18 44 2.0-10 1.0-7 . 1 2 1-0 . . .
Wilson, Mark 10 32 12 44 2.0-4 . . 1 2 1-0 . . .
Davis, Tony 12 23 18 41 8.5-31 3.0-21 . 1 3 1-0 2 . .
Terry, De’Von 12 15 23 38 . . 1-0 2 . 2-0 . . .
Roberts, Tyler 12 22 13 35 6.0-19 2.0-11 . . 3 . 1 . .
Miller, Zach 12 22 8 30 . . . 4 . . 2 . .
Lucas, Kyle 12 16 12 28 3.5-6 1.0-2 . . . . 1 . .
Willis, Bryan 10 17 6 23 . . 1-0 6 . 1-0 . . .
Bryant, T.J. 10 15 7 22 1.0-2 . . 3 . 2-0 . . .
Stadom, Marty 12 13 8 21 3.5-20 2.0-17 . . 2 . . . .
Thomas, Jacoby 11 12 8 20 4.5-27 2.0-19 . 2 . 1-0 . . .
Davis, Chris 12 15 3 18 1.0-18 . . 5 . . . . .
Upshaw, Derrek 12 8 9 17 3.0-5 1.0-4 . 1 . 1-0 . 1 .
Valcin, Barry 4 6 4 10 . . . 1 . . . . .
TeArt, S. 5 5 4 9 1.5-2 . . . . . . . .
Canton, Eli 12 5 4 9 . . . 1 . . 1 . .
Williams, Aaron 11 3 5 8 . . . . . . 1 . .
Melton, Xavier 12 3 4 7 1.0-5 1.0-5 . . . . . . .
Kitchens, M. 11 1 3 4 . . . . . . . . .
Beverly, Shaq 8 2 1 3 . . . . . . . . .
Burks, Brandon 10 1 2 3 . . . . . . . . .
Haskins, Sam 10 1 2 3 . . . . . . . . .
Scott, Will 12 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . .
Southward, S. 12 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . .
Harbin, J.J. 12 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . .
Lee, Deon 3 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . .
Graham, Hunter 12 . 2 2 . . . . . . . . .
Robinson, J. 12 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . .
Thomas, Eric 12 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . .
Taylor, D.J. 9 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .
Albert, Justin 12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .
Chitty, B.J. 12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .
Davis, Ethan 6 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . .
TEAM 9 . . . . . . . . 1-0 . . 1
Total.......... 12 519 292 811 50-175 13-86 6-123 37 18 14-1 15 1 1
Opponents...... 12 595 329 924 58.0-211 15-99 12-201 35 11 14-177 11 3 .
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Western Kentucky University
Quick Facts
Location ...................................................Bowling Green, Kentucky
Founded .................................................................................. 1906
Enrollment ........................................................................... 21,045
Nickname .......................................................................Hilltoppers
Colors ...........................................................................Red & White
Athletics Website........................................... www.wkusports.com
Primary Ofense .................................................................Multiple
Primary Defense.........................................................................4-3
All-Time Record ............................................................ 526-371-31
All-Time SBC Record ...............................................................13-19
2012 Record ...............................................................................7-6
2012 SBC Record (Finish) ................................................... 4-4 (5th)
SBC Championships ....................................................................... 0
Bowl Appearances........................................................................ 1
Bowl Record ...............................................................................0-1
Lettermen Returning................................................................... 37
Ofense ................................................................................... 16
Defense .................................................................................. 18
Specialists ................................................................................. 3
Lettermen Lost ............................................................................ 18
Ofense ..................................................................................... 9
Defense .................................................................................... 9
Specialists ................................................................................. 0
Starters Returning ....................................................................... 15
Ofense ..................................................................................... 6
Defense .................................................................................... 7
Specialists ................................................................................. 2
Starters Lost .................................................................................. 9
Ofense ..................................................................................... 5
Defense .................................................................................... 4
Specialists ................................................................................. 0
Stadium ........................... Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium
Capacity ............................................................................... 22,113
Playing Surface ................................................................. FieldTurf
Record .............................................................................. 155-81-4
First Game .................................................................. Oct. 26, 1968
Largest Crowd: ..................................................................... 22,297
Houchens Industries- L.T. Smith Stadium
Dr. Gary Ransdell
President
Dr. Craig Martin
Faculty Representative
Todd Stewart
Athletics Director
Pam Herriford
SWA
WKU Administration
Western Kentucky University is a public university in Bowling Green, Kentucky. It was formally founded
by the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 1906, though its roots reach back a quarter-century earlier.
WKU sits atop the highest point in south-central Kentucky, a hill called College Heights with a command-
ing view of the Barren River valley. The campus fows from the top of College Heights, also known as The
Hill, down its north, south and west faces.
WKU is very close to the completion of its second major capital campaign, the $200 million New Century
of Spirit, which ends in 2012. It follows the university’s frst campaign, Investing in the Spirit, which had a
goal of $75 million but raised more than $100 million.
Besides the main campus at College Heights, WKU operates a satellite campus in Bowling Green and
regional campuses in Glasgow, Elizabethtown/Fort Knox and in Owensboro.
Notable Alumni: E.A. Diddle, Hall of Fame Basketball Coach; Gen. Russell Dougherty, retired commander
of the Strategic Air Command; Julian Goodman, former president of NBC; Donald Kendall, former chair-
man of Pepsico; Lt. Col. Terry Wilcutt, space shuttle pilot; John Carpenter, movie director.
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Hilltopper Football
2013 Schedule
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
AUG. 31 KENTUCKY NASHVILLE, TENN. 6:00 PM
Sept. 7 at Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. TBA
Sept. 14 * at South Alabama Mobile, Ala. TBA
SEPT. 21 MORGAN STATE BOWLING GREEN, KY. 6:00 PM
SEPT. 28 NAVY BOWLING GREEN, KY. 6:00 PM
Oct. 3 * at Louisiana-Monroe Monroe, La. 7:30 PM (ESPNU)
OCT. 15 * LOUISIANALAFAYETTE BOWLING GREEN, KY. 7:00 PM ESPN/ESPN2
OCT. 26 * TROY BOWLING GREEN, KY. 3:00 PM
Nov. 2 * at Georgia State Atlanta, Ga. 1:00 PM
Nov. 9 at Army West Point, N.Y. 11:00 AM
Nov. 23 * at Texas State San Marcos, Texas 6:00 PM
NOV. 30 * ARKANSAS STATE BOWLING GREEN, KY. 3:00 PM
* Denotes Sun Belt game; All times central; Home games in BOLD CAPS; Subject to change
2012 Results
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
SEPT. 1 AUSTIN PEAY BOWLING GREEN, KY. W, 4910 ESPN3
Sept. 8 at #1 Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. L, 0-35 (SEC Network/ESPN3)
Sept. 15 at Kentucky Lexington, Ky. W, 32-31 (OT) (ESPNU)
SEPT. 22 SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI BOWLING GREEN, KY. W, 4217 ESPN3
Sept. 29 * at Arkansas State Jonesboro, Ark. W, 26-13 (ESPN3)
Oct. 11 * at Troy Troy, Ala. W, 31-26 (ESPNU)
OCT. 20 * LOUISIANAMONROE BOWLING GREEN, KY. L, 4243 ESPN3
Oct. 27 * at FIU Miami, Fla. W, 14-6 (ESPN3)
NOV. 1 * MIDDLE TENNESSEE BOWLING GREEN, KY. L, 2934 ESPNU
NOV. 10 * FLORIDA ATLANTIC BOWLING GREEN, KY. L, 2837 SUN BELT NET
Nov. 17 * at Louisiana-Lafayette Lafayette, La. L, 27-31 (ESPN3)
NOV. 24 * NORTH TEXAS BOWLING GREEN, KY. W, 2524 SUN BELT NET
LITTLE CAESAR’S PIZZA BOWL
Dec. 26 vs. Central Michigan Detroit, Mich. L, 21-24 (ESPN)
* Denotes Sun Belt game; Home games in BOLD CAPS
• Bobby Petrino was introduced as the 18th head football coach in WKU history on Decem-
ber 10, 2012. Petrino brings a wealth of coaching experience and success to WKU, owning
a 75-26 career record as a collegiate head coach, with seven bowl game appearances,
including appearances in the 2011 BCS Sugar Bowl with the University of Arkansas and
the 2007 BCS Orange Bowl with the University of Louisville.
• Petrino becomes only the eighth WKU head coach since 1948, taking over a program
primed for its frst-ever bowl game appearance on December 26 against Central Michigan
in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl, and coming of back-to-back seven-win seasons. As
previously announced on Friday, WKU defensive coordinator Lance Guidry will coach the
Hilltoppers in the bowl game as interim head coach.
• In his eight seasons as a collegiate head coach with Louisville and Arkansas, Petrino led
his teams to a bowl game in seven of the eight years, including four 10-win seasons, lead-
ing both the Cardinals and the Razorbacks to their frst BCS bowl games in school history.
Petrino guided Arkansas and Louisville to top-10 fnishes nationally three diferent times,
including fnishing the 2006 and the 2011 seasons ranked ffth in the Associated Press
poll.
• In his most recent coaching stop at Arkansas, Petrino led the Razorbacks to a 34-17 record
in four years, going 29-10 in his fnal three years, increasing his win total in each of his four
seasons with Arkansas. In just his second season in Fayetteville, Petrino led Arkansas to an
8-5 record and its frst bowl win since 2003, winning over East Carolina in the AutoZone
Liberty Bowl. The success of the 2009 season propelled Arkansas into the national
spotlight in 2010, as the Razorbacks went 10-3, earning a bid to the AllState Sugar Bowl
against Ohio State — the program’s frst-ever BCS bowl bid. Petrino followed up the 2010
season with a remarkable 11-win campaign in 2011, matching the single-season school
record. Arkansas closed out the year with a win over Kansas State in the Cotton Bowl,
boosting the Razorbacks into the No. 5 national ranking in the fnal AP poll.
• Arkansas led the Southeastern Conference in passing ofense (300.7) for the third
consecutive year in 2011, while also leading the conference in total ofense (438.1) and
scoring ofense (36.8). In Petrino’s fnal two seasons at Arkansas, the Razorbacks went 13-1
at home, including a perfect 7-0 at home in 2011.
• Overall, Petrino’s four years at Arkansas resulted in a plethora of school records falling. In
2008, the team broke eight school records and in 2009 it set or matched 26 individual or
team records. In 2010, the Razorbacks set or matched 48 individual or team records, while
2011 saw 24 more records fall. On the individual stage, tight end D.J. Williams claimed the
school’s frst-ever John Mackey Award in 2011, given annually to the nation’s top tight
end. WKU senior tight end Jack Doyle was a semi-fnalist for the award this season. Petrino
also coached quarterback Tyler Wilson to frst team All-SEC honors in 2011, becoming
the frst Arkansas quarterback to earn that honor. Kick returner Joe Adams was the SEC
Special Teams Player of the Year in 2011, while also being one of fve fnalists for the 2011
Paul Hornung Award, an award that WKU junior running back Antonio Andrews is up for
in 2012. Adams was recognized as an All-American following the 2011 season, and was
drafted by the Carolina Panthers in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL Draft.
• Prior to becoming the head coach at Arkansas, Petrino was the head coach with the NFL’s
Atlanta Falcons in 2007 after spending four years as the head coach at Louisville. Petrino
was the named the head coach at Louisville in 2003 after a year as the ofensive coordina-
tor at Auburn. In four seasons at the helm of Louisville, Petrino put together a remarkable
41-9 overall record, winning at least nine games in each of his four seasons, including an
11-win season and a 12-win season.
• Petrino literally grew up in the coaching profession. His father, Bob Petrino Sr., coached at
Carroll College in Helena, Mont., for 26 seasons.
Head Coach Bobby Petrino
Year School Record
2003 Louisville 9–4
2004 Louisville 11–1
2005 Louisville 9–3
2006 Louisville 12–1
2008 Arkansas 5–7
2009 Arkansas 8–5
2010 Arkansas 10–3
2011 Arkansas 11–2
Total 8 years 75-26
Petrino Year-by-Year as a Head Coach
Year Bowl/Playofs Results
1952 Refrigerator Bowl - vs. Arkansas State W, 34-19
1963 Tangerine Bowl - vs. Coast Guard Academy W, 27-0
1973 Division II Playofs National Runner-Up
1975 Division II Playofs National Runner-Up
1987 I-AA Playofs First Round
1988 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnalist
1997 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnalist
2000 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnalist
2001 I-AA Playofs First Round
2002 I-AA Playofs National Champions
2003 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnalist
2004 I-AA Playofs First Round
2012 Little Caesar’s Pizza Bowl vs. Central Michigan - Detroit, Mich. L, 21-24
Hilltoppers in the Postseason
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Hilltopper Football
Antonio Andrews
RB - 6-0 - 211
Senior
Fort Campbell, Kentucky
Andrews became WKU’s top ofensive threat during his frst season carrying the load for
the Hilltoppers, leading WKU in all-purpose yards (3,161), rushing yards (1,728), touch-
downs (15), scoring (90), kick return yards (726), punt return yards (234) and carries (304).
His 3,161 all-purpose yards were the most in school history and the second-highest total
ever behind 1988 Heisman Trophy winner Barry Sanders. Andrews and Sanders are the
only two players in NCAA history to eclipse 3,000 all-purpose yards in a single season.
For his eforts Andrews was recognized as a Paul Hornung Award Finalist, an award given
to the nation’s most versatile player. Andrews also landed on the SI.com All-American
team as a running back and all-purpose performer. He led the country with four 300-plus
all-purpose yard performances.
Sean Conway
OL - 6-3 - 305
Senior
Nashville, Tennessee
Conway started every game for the third-straight season, tallying 13 starts on the year to
bring his career total to 37. He took every ofensive snap for the second-straight season
and was one of three Hilltopper ofensive lineman to start each game. Conway propelled
WKU to the third best rushing ofense in the Sun Belt at 181.7 yards per game, helping
ball carriers to an average of 4.7 yards per carry. He aided running back Antonio Andrews
to a single-season WKU record 1,728 rushing yards, including another school-record 10
100-yard rushing performances…. He also blocked for quarterback Kawaun Jakes who set
WKU’s single-season record for passing touchdowns (22). Conway helped Andrews eclipse
in the 200-yard rushing mark in two conference road games, at Arkansas State (09/29) and
at Louisiana-Lafayette (11/17).
Andrew Jackson
LB - 6-1 - 265
Senior
Lakeland, Florida
Jackson followed up his breakout sophomore campaign with an even better showing
in his junior season, leading WKU in tackles (122), forced fumbles (4) and quarterback
hits (3). He was named frst-team all-Sun Belt Conference for the second-straight season,
leading the Hilltoppers in tackling on six diferent occasions, making him WKU’s leading
tackler in 14 of the last 26 games he has played. His 17.5 tackles for loss ranked second on
the team behind sack artist Quanterus Smith’s 18.5. Jackson dominated from the get-go,
totaling six tackles (2.5 for loss), a sack and a forced fumble in season-opening win versus
Austin Peay (09/01). He notched a team-high seven tackles at No.1 Alabama (09/08),
including 1.5 tackles for loss against what was considered nation’s best ofensive line.
He piled up eight tackles in win at Kentucky (09/15), WKU’s frst ever victory over a BCS
automatic-qualifying program.
Jonathan Dowling
DB - 6-3 - 198
Junior
Bradenton, Florida
Dowling emerged as one of WKU’s top playmakers during his frst season on the Hill, rack-
ing up a team-high six interceptions and recording 68 tackles on his way to being named
a frst-team all-Sun Belt Conference defensive back. He intercepted six passes during the
2012 campaign, a mark that ranked ffth nationally. He started 11 games, tallying fve or
more tackles in seven-of-12 games played, including a career high 10 on an ESPNU game
versus Middle Tennessee State (11/01). Dowling made his Hilltopper debut against Austin
Peay (09/01), where he totaled seven tackles and recorded his frst career interception.
The next week against top-ranked Alabama, Dowling notched fve stops in Tuscaloosa
(09/08)….He intercepted Kentucky quarterback Max Smith three times in a 32-31 road win
on Sept. 15. His three interceptions were the most by a Hilltopper in a single game since
1978 and tied the national single-game high in 2012.
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Hilltopper Roster
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Hometown (Previous School)
1 Dowling, Jonathan DB 6-3 198 RJr.-1L Bradenton, Fla. (Southeast HS/Florida)
1 Towner, Kylen WR 5-9 180 Fr.-HS Mobile, Ala. (St. Pauls Episcopal School)
2 Taylor, Taywan WR 6-1 190 Fr.-HS Louisville, Ky. (Pleasure Ridge Park HS)
3 Turner, Lonnie WR 5-11 180 Jr.-JC Inglewood, Calif. (Serra HS/LA Harbor College)
4 Jackson, Andrew LB 6-1 257 Sr.-3L Lakeland, Fla. (Kathleen HS)
5 Andrews, Antonio RB 6-0 219 Sr.-3L Fort Campbell, Ky. (Fort Campbell HS)
6 German, Joel WR 6-0 185 RJr.-1L Fort Myers, Fla. (Dunbar HS)
6 Duclos, Devante LB 6-1 220 Fr.-HS Miami, Fla. (Miami Central HS)
7 Smith, Damarcus QB 6-1 209 RFr.-HS Louisville, Ky. (Seneca HS)
7 Thomas, DeVante CB 5-10 190 Jr.-JC Baltimore, Md. (Hartnell College)
8 Porter, Todd QB 6-3 1/2 195 Fr.-HS O’Fallon, Ill. (O’Fallon HS)
8 Ward, Marcus DB 6-3 204 Fr.-HS Birmingham, Ala. (Vestavia Hills HS)
9 Fishback, Nelson QB 6-2 215 So.-JC Oroville, CA (Durham HS/Butte College)
10 McNeal, Willie WR 5-10 180 RJr.-2L Bradenton, Fla. (Braden River HS)
11 Scott, Devin TE 6-4 251 RSo.-Sq. Indianapolis, Ind. (Warren Central HS)
12 Doughty, Brandon QB 6-3 210 RJr.-Sq. Davie, Fla. (North Broward Prep)
13 Boyd, Xavius LB 6-2 243 Sr.-3L St. Petersburg, Fla. (Lakewood HS)
14 Gardner, Juwan DB 6-1 200 Fr.-HS Louisville, Ky. (DuPont Manual HS)
15 Norris, Nicholas WR 5-10 175 Fr.-HS Miami, Fla. (Booker T. Washington HS)
15 Occhipinti, Joseph K 6-3 190 Fr.-HS Nashville, Tenn. (Hillsboro HS)
16 Smith, T.J. DL 6-2 240 Jr.-1L Hazel Green, Ala. (Hazel Green HS)
17 Randall, Daqual LB 6-0 245 So.-1L Palmetto, Fla. (Palmetto HS)
18 Warr, Darmontre RB 5-9 190 RFr.-Sq. Louisville, Ky. (Manual HS)
18 Johnson, Shaquille TE 6-4 223 Fr.-HS Lake City, Fla. (Columbia HS)
19 Thomas, Cam DB 6-1 190 RJr.-2L Middletown, Del. (Milford Academy)
20 Wales, Anthony RB 5-10 190 RFr.-Sq. Louisville, Ky. (Central HS)
21 Wright, Arius DB 5-11 200 Sr.-3L Duluth, Ga. (Norcross HS)
22 Robinson, Tyree DB 5-11 200 Sr.-3L Dundee, Fla. (Haines City HS)
23 Sumler, Marquis RB 5-9 188 RSo.-Sq. Pensacola, Fla. (Catholic HS)
24 Patterson, Dalton DB 6-3 188 RJr.-JC New Orleans, La. Arkansas Baptist College)
25 Franks, Chuck LB 6-2 243 RSr.-3L Fayette, Ala. (Fayette County HS)
26 Greene, Rashad DB 6-1 175 RJr.-JC Daytona Beach, Fla. (Southwestern College)
27 Johnson, Leverick DB 6-1 190 Fr.-HS Miami, Fla. (Miami Northwestern)
28 Brown, Rico WR 5-11 185 RJr.-2L Berea, Ky. (Madison Southern HS)
29 Young, Kiante DB 5-11 220 RSr.-3L Gainesville, Ga. (East Hall HS)
30 Bowles, Patrick K 6-2 230 Jr.-HS Bowling Green, Ky. (Bowling Green HS)
30 Iworah, Prince Charles DB 5-11 193 RSo.-Sq. Nashville, Tenn. (Father Ryan HS)
31 Williams, Terran LB 6-2 222 Jr.-2L Bradenton, Fla. (Southeast HS)
32 Jones, Kadeem FB 5-11 246 Sr.-3L Dundee, Fla. (Haines City HS)
33 Allen, Leon RB 6-0 235 So.-1L Bradenton, Fla. (Manatee HS)
34 Davis, Drew LB 6-1 215 Fr.-HS Madison, Ala. (Bob Jones HS)
34 Simpson, Keshawn RB 6-0 245 RSr.-3L Lexington, Ky. (Madison Central HS)
35 Coley, Demetrius FB 6-2 254 RJr.-1L Bay Minette, Ala. (Baldwin County HS)
37 Williams, Vince DB 5-10 198 RSr.-2L Alpharetta, Ga. (Alpharetta HS)
38 Singh, Ricardo DB 5-11 190 RJr.-2L Auburndale, Fla. (Auburndale HS)
39 Mugler, Mike PK 5-10 185 RJr.-HS Virginia Beach, Va. (First Colonial HS)
40 Boyd, Bar’ee LB 6-1 233 Sr.-3L St. Petersburg, Fla. (Lakewood HS)
41 Simmons, De’Andre DB 5-11 180 Fr.-HS Royal Palm Beach, Fla. (Royal Palm Beach HS)
41 Thomas, Jamical WR 6-2 200 RJr.-Sq. Fairfeld, Ohio (Fairfeld HS/Univ. of the Cumberlands)
42 Baisch, Nick FB 5-11 260 RSr.-3L Louisville, Ky. (St. Xavier HS)
42 Sleet, Jalen DB 5-11 180 RFr.-HS Lexington, Ky. (Lafayette HS)
43 Roy, Jesse PK/P 6-0 189 Jr.-2L Charlotte, N.C. (Charlotte Catholic HS)
44 Head, Oliver RB 5-10 180 RSo.-Sq. Ft. Thomas, Ky. (Highlands HS)
46 Robinson-Berry, Eric DB 6-1 220 RSo.-Sq. Indianapolis, Ind. (Warren Central HS)
47 Dowling, Nolan LS 6-3 206 RFr.-Sq. Belleville, Ill. (Belleville East HS)
48 Robinson, Kalvin DL 6-5 233 Fr.-HS Birmingham, Ala. (Vestavia Hills HS)
49 Ramey, Zane LB 6-0 208 RFr.-Sq. Lexington, Ky. (Lafayette HS)
49 Mkanta, Nehemiah WR 6-0 189 RJr.-Sq. Bowling Green, Ky. (Greenwood HS)
50 Vaughan, Blair LB 6-1 240 RFr.-Sq. Clearwater, Fla. (Central Catholic HS)
51 Ray, Brandon OL 6-3 285 Fr.-HS Madison, Ala. (Bob Jones HS)
52 Clemmons, Cameron OL 6-6 305 RJr.-2L Mt. Juliet, Tenn. (Wilson Central HS)
53 Leslie, Julian DL 6-3 237 RFr.-Sq. Miami, Fla. (Coral Reef HS)
55 Holliman, Tevin DL 6-2 295 RJr.-1L Tucker, Ga. (Tucker HS)
56 Schwettman, Garrett PK 5-11 160 So.-1L Murray, Ky. (Calloway County HS)
57 Young, Derrell LB 6-1 205 Fr.-HS Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Boyd Anderson HS)
59 Reeves, Tanner DL 6-4 230 Fr.-HS Lakeland, Fla. (George W. Jenkins HS)
60 Hazelett, Ed OL 6-8 317 RSr.-1L Indianapolis, Ind. (Warren Central HS)
61 Lipps, David LS 6-0 263 RSo.-Sq. Borden, Ind. (Floyd Central HS)
62 Williams, Darrell OL 6-6 310 RFr.-Sq. Dublin, Ga. (West Laurens HS)
63 Polanco, Luis OL 6-2 292 RSr.-3L Tampa, Fla. (Middleton HS)
65 Conway, Sean OL 6-3 305 RSr.-3L Nashville, Tenn. (Father Ryan HS)
67 Stark, Derrick OL 6-2 295 RJr.-Tr. Dayton, Ohio (Trotwood-Madison HS/Tif n University)
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No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. Hometown (Previous School)
68 Burns, Clif OL 6-8 332 Sr.-1L Kokomo, Ind. (New Mexico Military Institute)
69 Nord, Matt OL 6-6 309 RFr.-HS Louisville, Ky. (DeSales HS)
70 Halpin, Max OL 6-3 295 RFr.-Sq. Fort Mitchell, Ky. (Covington Catholic HS)
71 Martinez, Justin OL 6-3 275 Fr.-HS Port Saint Lucie, Fla. (St. Lucie West Centennial HS)
72 Popeck, Connor OL 6-4 295 RJr.-JC Olive Branch, Miss. (St. Georga HS/Itawamba CC)
73 Jones, Kyle OL 6-4 300 Fr.-HS Mulberry, Fla. (Mulberry HS)
74 Delaney, John OL 6-6 304 Jr.-JC Fort Worth, Texas (Weatherford HS/Ventura College)
75 Sims, Jimmie OL 6-5 285 Fr.-HS New Orleans, La. (McDonogh 35 Senior HS)
76 Lamp, Forrest OL 6-4 296 RFr.-Sq. Venice, Fla. (Venice HS)
77 Rocker, Donald OL 6-4 296 Fr.-HS Jacksonville, Fla. (Sandalwood HS)
78 Caudill, Steven DL 6-0 291 RSo.-Sq. Brownsville, Ky. (Edmonson Co. HS/Eastern Kentucky)
80 Henry, Mitchell TE 6-4 245 Jr.-2L Elizabethtown, Ky. (Elizabethtown HS)
81 Brown, Jamarielle WR 6-1 185 RSr.-3L Paducah, Ky. (Lone Oak HS)
82 Higbee, Tyler TE 6-5 233 RSo.-1L Clearwater, Fla. (East Lake HS)
83 Jackson, Aaron WR 6-3 185 Fr.-HS Frankfort, Ky. (Frankfort HS)
84 Murphree, Jim TE 6-5 227 RJr.-2L Franklin, Ky. (Franklin-Simpson HS)
85 Aikens, Austin WR 6-0 180 So.-1L Tampa, Fla. (Plant HS)
86 Gorski, Tim TE 6-7 253 RSo.-1L Chicago, Ill. (St. Rita HS)
87 Lewis, Cam WR 6-3 205 Fr.-HS Louisville, Ky. (Ballard HS)
88 Rocker, Gavin DL 6-2 230 RSo.-1L Tyrone, Ga. (Sandy Creek HS)
89 Brown, Stephon WR 5-8 184 So.-Sq. McDonough, Ga. (Henry County HS)
90 Pride, Marquez DL 6-1 247 RFr.-Sq. Madison, Ala. (Bob Jones HS)
91 Washington, Calvin DL 6-5 277 RSr.-1L Charlottesville, Va. (Eastern Arizona CC)
92 Hervey, James DL 6-2 289 RSr.-2L Tyrone, Ga. (Sandy Creek HS)
93 Glover, DeMarcus DL 6-4 240 Fr.-HS Pensacola, Fla. (Pine Forest HS)
94 Shorter, Bryan DL 6-2 285 RSo.-1L Phenix City, Ala. (Central-Phenix HS)
95 Cox, Raphael DL 6-3 270 Jr.-JC Cedar Hill, Texas (Trinity Valley CC/Trinity Christian HS)
96 Bennett, Maurice DL 6-2 300 So.-JC Madison, Miss. (East Mississippi CC/Madison Central HS)
97 Payne, Jamichael DL 6-1 332 Jr.-1L Auburn, Ala. (Auburn HS)
98 Terrell, Devante DL 6-0 318 RFr.-Sq. Lakeland, Fla. (Lake Gibson HS)
99 Brakefeld, Hendrix P 6-4 235 RSr.-3L Nashville, Tenn. (Hillsboro HS)
99 Isaac, D’Von DT 6-4 275 Fr.-HS Alpharetta, Ga. (Alpharetta HS)
2012 Signees
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown (Previous School)
Drew Davis LB 6-1 215 Madison, Ala. (Bob Jones HS)
Joe Fennell DL 6-5 320 Fort Myers, Fla. (South Fort Myers HS)
Juwan Gardner DB 6-1 200 Louisville, Ky. (DuPont Manual HS)
DeMarcus Glover DL 6-4 240 Pensacola, Fla. (Pine Forest HS)
Rashad Greene DB 6-1 175 Daytona Beach, Fla. (Southwestern College)
D’Von Isaac DT 6-4 275 Alpharetta, Ga. (Alpharetta HS)
Aaron Jackson WR 6-3 185 Frankfort, Ky. (Frankfort HS)
Leverick Johnson DB 6-1 190 Miami, Fla. (Miami Northwestern)
Shaquille Johnson TE 6-4 215 Lake City, Fla. (Columbia HS)
Cam Lewis WR 6-3 205 Louisville, Ky. (Ballard HS)
Justin Martinez OL 6-3 275 Port Saint Lucie, Fla. (St. Lucie West Centennial HS)
Nicholas Norris WR 5-10 170 Miami, Fla. (Booker T. Washington HS)
Joe Occhipinti K 6-3 190 Nashville, Tenn (Hillsboro HS)
Todd Porter QB 6-3 1/2 195 O’Fallon, Ill. (O’Fallon HS)
Brandon Ray OL 6-3 285 Madison, Ala. (Bob Jones HS)
Tanner Reeves DL 6-4 230 Lakeland, Fla. (George W. Jenkins HS)
Kalvin Robinson DL 6-5 225 Birmingham, Ala. (Vestavia Hills HS)
Donald Rocker OL 6-4 296 Jacksonville, Fla. (Sandalwood HS)
De’Andre Simmons DB 5-11 180 Royal Palm Beach, Fla. (Royal Palm Beach HS)
Jimmie Sims OL 6-5 285 New Orleans, La. (McDonogh 35 Senior HS)
Isaac Tanner LB 6-0 223 Tampa, Fla. (Freedom HS)
Taywan Taylor WR 6-1 185 Louisville, Ky. (Pleasure Ridge Park HS)
Kylen Towner WR 5-9 165 Mobile, Ala. (St. Pauls Episcopal School)
Marcus Ward DB 6-3 204 Birmingham, Ala. (Vestavia Hills HS)
Derrell Young LB 6-1 205 Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Boyd Anderson HS)
Coaching Staf
Head Coach: Bobby Petrino
Jef Brohm - Assistant Head Coach/Ofensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
Nick Holt - Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers
Ricky Brumfeld - Special Teams/Cornerbacks
Neil Callaway - Ofensive Line
Mike Cassity - Secondary
Don Dunn - Defensive Tackles
L.D. Scott - Defensive Ends
Kolby Smith - Running Backs
Lamar Thomas - Wide Receivers
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RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G
Andrews, A. 13 304 1784 56 1728 5.7 11 53 132.9
Allen, Leon 11 56 320 3 317 5.7 2 46 28.8
Simpson, K. 7 20 101 0 101 5.1 1 24 14.4
Jones, Kadeem 11 17 85 1 84 4.9 3 42 7.6
Sumler, Marquis 9 16 62 3 59 3.7 0 13 6.6
Jakes, Kawaun 13 66 228 170 58 0.9 3 25 4.5
Axon, Ben 4 8 34 0 34 4.2 0 18 8.5
Vasquez, Marcus 11 1 7 0 7 7.0 0 5 0.6
McNeal, Willie 13 3 8 3 5 1.7 0 4 0.4
Brown, Rico 13 1 4 0 4 4.0 0 4 0.3
Baisch, Nick 12 2 3 0 3 1.5 1 2 0.2
Doyle, Jack 13 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
Mauro, James 3 3 0 10 -10 -3.3 0 0 -3.3
TEAM 8 8 0 28 -28 -3.5 0 0 -3.5
Total.......... 13 506 2636 274 2362 4.7 21 53 181.7
Opponents...... 13 456 2210 431 1779 3.9 15 68 136.8
PASSING G Ef c Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G
Jakes, Kawaun 13 147.31 200-312-11 64.1 2488 22 70 191.4
Mauro, James 3 172.49 12-18-1 66.7 172 2 32 57.3
Doughty, B. 2 52.93 1-3-0 33.3 7 0 7 3.5
TEAM 8 0.00 0-2-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0
Total.......... 13 146.93 213-335-12 63.6 2667 24 70 205.2
Opponents...... 13 131.03 234-394-13 59.4 2727 24 69 209.8
RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G
Doyle, Jack 13 53 566 10.7 5 28 43.5
McNeal, Willie 13 43 556 12.9 6 36 42.8
Andrews, A. 13 37 432 11.7 3 38 33.2
Jones, Kadeem 11 14 180 12.9 3 22 16.4
Henry, Mitchell 12 13 195 15.0 3 43 16.2
Brown, Rico 13 13 194 14.9 0 70 14.9
Brand, Boe 10 12 151 12.6 1 35 15.1
Vasquez, Marcus 11 12 102 8.5 0 24 9.3
Aikens, Austin 10 8 217 27.1 2 40 21.7
Baisch, Nick 12 2 5 2.5 0 4 0.4
Dowling, J. 12 1 39 39.0 0 39 3.2
Gorski, Tim 13 1 15 15.0 1 15 1.2
Wallace, Ryan 13 1 8 8.0 0 8 0.6
Pettijohn, A. 3 1 7 7.0 0 7 2.3
Brown, J. 12 1 4 4.0 0 4 0.3
Allen, Leon 11 1 -4 -4.0 0 0 -0.4
Total.......... 13 213 2667 12.5 24 70 205.2
Opponents...... 13 234 2727 11.7 24 69 209.8
PUNT RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Andrews, A. 19 234 12.3 1 70
McNeal, Willie 2 2 1.0 0 2
Aikens, Austin 1 -2 -2.0 0 0
Total.......... 22 234 10.6 1 70
Opponents...... 17 181 10.6 0 54
INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Dowling, J. 6 111 18.5 1 39
Thomas, Cam 3 25 8.3 0 15
Harrington, B. 2 -3 -1.5 0 0
Boyd, Xavius 1 8 8.0 0 8
Wright, Arius 1 0 0.0 0 0
Total.......... 13 141 10.8 1 39
Opponents...... 12 137 11.4 0 38
KICK RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long
Andrews, A. 28 767 27.4 0 58
Brown, Rico 6 144 24.0 0 44
McNeal, Willie 5 91 18.2 0 29
Robinson, Tyree 2 55 27.5 0 51
Young, Kiante 1 0 0.0 0 0
Randall, Daqual 1 8 8.0 0 8
Dowling, J. 1 20 20.0 0 20
Jones, Kadeem 0 -2 0.0 0 0
Total.......... 44 1083 24.6 0 58
Opponents...... 60 1368 22.8 1 96
|- PATs -|
SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points
Andrews, A. 15 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1-1 0 0 90
Schwettman, G. 0 10-13 42-43 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 72
McNeal, Willie 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36
Jones, Kadeem 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 36
Doyle, Jack 5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 30
Jakes, Kawaun 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-1 0 0 20
Henry, Mitchell 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 18
Allen, Leon 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12
Aikens, Austin 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12
Gorski, Tim 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Simpson, K. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Brand, Boe 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Baisch, Nick 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Smith, Q. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
Dowling, J. 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6
TEAM 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 2
Roy, Jesse 0 0-2 2-2 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 2
Brakefeld, H. 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-1 0 0 0
Total.......... 48 10-15 44-45 0-0 1 1-3 0 1 366
Opponents...... 41 15-21 38-39 0-0 1 1-2 0 0 331
TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G
Jakes, Kawaun 13 378 58 2488 2546 195.8
Andrews, A. 13 304 1728 0 1728 132.9
Allen, Leon 11 56 317 0 317 28.8
Mauro, James 3 21 -10 172 162 54.0
Simpson, K. 7 20 101 0 101 14.4
Jones, Kadeem 11 17 84 0 84 7.6
Sumler, Marquis 9 16 59 0 59 6.6
Axon, Ben 4 8 34 0 34 8.5
Doughty, B. 2 3 0 7 7 3.5
Vasquez, Marcus 11 1 7 0 7 0.6
McNeal, Willie 13 3 5 0 5 0.4
Brown, Rico 13 1 4 0 4 0.3
Baisch, Nick 12 2 3 0 3 0.2
TEAM 8 10 -28 0 -28 -3.5
Total.......... 13 841 2362 2667 5029 386.8
Opponents...... 13 850 1779 2727 4506 346.6
FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk
Roy, Jesse 0-2 0.0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0
Schwettman, G. 10-13 76.9 0-0 8-8 1-3 1-2 0-0 42 0
PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd
Brakefeld, H. 45 1896 42.1 74 4 10 14 0
TEAM 1 23 23.0 23 0 0 0 1
Total.......... 46 1919 41.7 74 4 10 14 1
Opponents...... 53 2197 41.5 82 7 10 12 0
ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G
Andrews, A. 13 1728 432 234 767 0 3161 243.2
McNeal, Willie 13 5 556 2 91 0 654 50.3
Doyle, Jack 13 0 566 0 0 0 566 43.5
Brown, Rico 13 4 194 0 144 0 342 26.3
Allen, Leon 11 317 -4 0 0 0 313 28.5
Jones, Kadeem 11 84 180 0 -2 0 262 23.8
Aikens, Austin 10 0 217 -2 0 0 215 21.5
Henry, Mitchell 12 0 195 0 0 0 195 16.2
Dowling, J. 12 0 39 0 20 111 170 14.2
Brand, Boe 10 0 151 0 0 0 151 15.1
Vasquez, Marcus 11 7 102 0 0 0 109 9.9
Simpson, K. 7 101 0 0 0 0 101 14.4
Sumler, Marquis 9 59 0 0 0 0 59 6.6
Jakes, Kawaun 13 58 0 0 0 0 58 4.5
Robinson, Tyree 13 0 0 0 55 0 55 4.2
Axon, Ben 4 34 0 0 0 0 34 8.5
Thomas, Cam 13 0 0 0 0 25 25 1.9
Gorski, Tim 13 0 15 0 0 0 15 1.2
Boyd, Xavius 13 0 0 0 0 8 8 0.6
Wallace, Ryan 13 0 8 0 0 0 8 0.6
Randall, Daqual 11 0 0 0 8 0 8 0.7
Baisch, Nick 12 3 5 0 0 0 8 0.7
Pettijohn, A. 3 0 7 0 0 0 7 2.3
Brown, J. 12 0 4 0 0 0 4 0.3
Harrington, B. 12 0 0 0 0 -3 -3 -0.2
Mauro, James 3 -10 0 0 0 0 -10 -3.3
TEAM 8 -28 0 0 0 0 -28 -3.5
Total.......... 13 2362 2667 234 1083 141 6487 499.0
Opponents...... 13 1779 2727 181 1368 137 6192 476.3
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DEFENSIVE LEADERS
GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf
Jackson, Andrew 13 80 42 122 17.5-60 2.0-19 . 1 3 . 4 . .
Young, Kiante 13 59 24 83 2.5-5 . . 7 1 1-0 1 . .
Boyd, Xavius 13 42 37 79 7.5-18 0.5-5 1-8 . . . . 1 .
Dowling, J. 12 43 25 68 2.5-12 . 6-111 7 . . 2 1 .
Robinson, Tyree 13 39 13 52 2.5-6 . . 3 . . . . .
Thomas, Cam 13 34 9 43 2.0-7 . 3-25 7 . 1-0 . . .
Smith, Q. 10 28 10 38 18.5-122 12.5-84 . 1 1 1-75 3 . .
Allen, Jamarcus 13 21 15 36 7.0-27 2.5-15 . . 1 1-0 1 . .
Wright, Arius 13 26 9 35 3.0-11 1.0-9 1-0 6 1 2-21 1 . .
Harrington, B. 12 28 7 35 2.0-5 . 2--3 2 . . . . .
Tischer, Cole 13 19 12 31 5.5-15 2.0-4 . . . . . . .
Boyd, Bar’ee 13 17 10 27 6.5-45 3.5-28 . . 1 . 1 . .
Lewis, Rammell 13 13 11 24 5.0-18 2.0-14 . 2 . 2-0 1 . .
Williams, T. 12 10 9 19 2.0-6 1.0-5 . 1 . . . . .
Peterson, K. 12 16 3 19 1.0-2 . . 4 . . . . .
Martin, Kenny 13 11 7 18 2.0-7 . . . . . . . .
Rocker, Gavin 12 9 5 14 4.0-22 3.0-21 . . . 1-0 . . .
Washington, C. 8 3 9 12 2.0-15 1.0-13 . 2 . . . . .
Washington, D. 10 6 6 12 2.0-4 . . . . . . . .
Williams, Vince 13 7 3 10 1.0-1 . . . . . . . .
Wilson, Neil 13 5 3 8 . . . . . . . . .
Golden, Tye 13 3 3 6 . . . . . . . . .
Shorter, Bryan 10 5 . 5 1.0-5 1.0-5 . . 1 . . . .
Franks, Chuck 13 1 3 4 . . . . . . . . .
Randall, Daqual 11 2 2 4 . . . . . . . . .
Total.......... 13 548 291 839 97-413 32-222 13-141 43 9 9-96 14 2 1
Opponents...... 13 496 406 902 59.0-228 25-154 12-137 36 13 12-16 18 1 .
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Location ........................................................Boone, North Carolina
Founded .................................................................................. 1899
Enrollment ........................................................................... 17,589
Nickname .................................................................. Mountaineers
Colors .......................................................................... Black & Gold
Athletics Website................................................. www.GoASU.com
Primary Ofense ..................................................... Multiple Spread
Primary Defense.........................................................................3-4
All-Time Record ............................................................ 564-313-28
All-Time SBC Record ...................................................................n/a
2012 Record ...............................................................................8-4
2012 SBC Record (Finish) ............................................................n/a
SBC Championships ....................................................................n/a
Bowl Appearances..................................................................... n/a
Bowl Record ...............................................................................n/a
Lettermen Returning................................................................... 39
Ofense ................................................................................... 21
Defense .................................................................................. 16
Specialists ................................................................................. 2
Lettermen Lost ............................................................................ 17
Ofense ..................................................................................... 7
Defense .................................................................................... 9
Specialists ................................................................................. 1
Starters Returning ....................................................................... 18
Ofense ................................................................................... 10
Defense .................................................................................... 6
Specialists ................................................................................. 2
Starters Lost .................................................................................. 7
Ofense ..................................................................................... 1
Defense .................................................................................... 5
Specialists ................................................................................. 1
Stadium .........................................................Kidd Brewer Stadium
Capacity ............................................................................... 24,050
Playing Surface ................................................................. FieldTurf
Record .............................................................................. 219-66-5
First Game .................................................................Sept. 15, 1962
Largest Crowd: ..................................................................... 31,531
Kidd Brewer Stadium
Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock
Chancellor
Dr. Alan Hauser
Faculty Representative
Charlie Cobb
Athletics Director
Debbie Richardson
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Appalachian State Administration
Appalachian State University is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Boone, N.C. At an elevation of 3,333
feet, Boone began as a frontier outpost named after pioneer Daniel Boone, who frst explored the area in
the 1760s. Boone now attracts those seeking a breathtaking location, adventure and a quality education.
Appalachian is a member of the 16-campus University of North Carolina system and ofers a challenging
learning experience. The university combines a small-town atmosphere with a strong academic reputation.
Appalachian’s academics are supported by an accomplished faculty, close, personal interaction between
students and faculty, and intimate class sizes that average 25 students.

Originally founded as a teachers college, Appalachian now cultivates leaders in business, science, the arts,
communication, music, nursing, education and other careers. Innovation and creativity are hallmarks of
Appalachian graduates, many of whom are leaders in communities in North Carolina and around the world.
Appalachian also emphasizes the importance of sustainability and service to communities, both locally and
globally. Today, Appalachian is a leader in the felds of energy-focused green technology and the health
sciences.

Consistently ranked among U.S. News and World Report’s best public universities in the Southeast, Appala-
chian is also noted as a “best value” by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine and other publications.
Notable Alumni: Eric Church, Nashville recording artist; Dexter Coakley, former NFL Pro Bowler; Stephen J.
Dubner, journalist/author; Armanti Edwards, two-time Walter Payton Award (NCAA Division I FCS Player of
the Year) winner and current member of NFL Carolina Panthers; Charles Frazier, novelist; Alvin Gentry, former
NBA head coach; Melissa Morrison-Howard, two-time Olympic bronze medalist (100m hurdles); Mary Ellen
Snodgrass, author; J. Bradley Wilson, former Chairperson, University of North Carolina Board of Governors
and current President and CEO of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina.Coakley, Dexter Jackson,
Demetrius McCray and Daniel Wilcox.
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2013 Schedule
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
Aug 31 at Montana Missoula, Mont. TBA
SEPT. 7 NORTH CAROLINA A&T BOONE, N.C. 5 P.M.
Sept. 21 at Elon Elon, N.C. TBA
SEPT. 28 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN BOONE, .C. 2:30 P.M.
Oct. 5 at The Citadel Charleston, S.C. 2 p.m.
OCT. 12 SAMFORD BOONE, N.C. 2:30 P.M.
Oct. 19 at Furman Greenville, S.C. 12:30 p.m.
OCT. 26 GEORGIA SOUTHERN BOONE, N.C. 2:30 P.M.
NOV. 2 CHATTANOOGA BOONE, N.C. 2:30 P.M.
Nov. 9 at Georgia Athens, Ga. TBA
Nov. 16 at Woford Spartanburg, S.C. 12:30 p.m.
NOV. 23 WESTERN CAROLINA BOONE, N.C. 2:30 P.M.
All times central; Home games in BOLD CAPS; Subject to change
2012 Results
Date Opponent Location Time
Sept. 1 at East Carolina Greenville, N.C. L, 1335
SEPT. 8 MONTANA BOONE, N.C. W, 3527 ESPN GAMEPLAN
SEPT. 15 THE CITADEL BOONE, N.C. L, 2852
Sept. 22 at Chattanooga Chattanooga, Tenn. W, 34-17
SEPT. 29 COASTAL CAROLINA BOONE, N.C. W, 5514
OCT. 06 ELON BOONE, N.C. W, 35 23
Oct. 13 at Samford Birmingham, Ala. W, 28-25
OCT. 20 WOFFORD BOONE, N.C. L, 2838
Oct. 27 at Western Carolina Cullowhee, N.C. W, 38-27
Nov. 3 at Georgia Southern Statesboro, Ga. W, 31-28 (ESPN3)
NOV. 10 FURMAN BOONE, N.C. W, 3328
DEC. 1 * ILLINOIS STATE BOONE, N.C. L, 3738 OT ESPN3
Home games in BOLD CAPS; * denotes FCS Playofs
• Scott Satterfeld, who has spent 17 of the last 22 years at Appalachian State University as a
student-athlete and coach, was named the 20th head coach in Appalachian State football
history on Dec. 14, 2012.
• Satterfeld has enjoyed success at every stop of his 20-year playing and coaching career,
most notably in his 17 seasons at Appalachian State. In his 17 seasons as a player (1991-
95) and coach (1998-2008, 2012), he has helped lead the Mountaineers to three national
titles, eight Southern Conference championships and played a large role in virtually
re-writing the program’s ofensive record book.
• Most recently, Satterfeld has also proven to be a coach that can make a big impact
in a short time. After a three-year stint away from his alma mater, Satterfeld returned
to Appalachian State in January as the Mountaineers’ assistant head coach, ofensive
coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Despite inheriting a unit that managed just 390.2
yards per game in 2011 (Appalachian’s lowest production in eight seasons), lost three
players that would go on to play in the NFL this season and returned only fve starters, the
Mountaineer ofense fourished under Satterfeld’s direction in 2012. Appalachian State
ranked among the nation’s top 25 in total ofense (ninth - 464.0 ypg), passing ef ciency
(ninth - 152.03 rating), passing yardage (293.8 ypg) and scoring (32.9 ppg) and, for the
frst time in school history, produced a 3,000-yard passer (Jamal Jackson - 3,278 yds.),
1,000-yard rusher (Steven Miller - 1,368 yds.) and 1,000-yard receiver (Sean Price - 1,196
yds.) in the same season.
• Prior to his return to Appalachian, Satterfeld spent one season as the passing game coor-
dinator and quarterbacks coach at Toledo (2009) and two as the ofensive coordinator at
Florida International (2009-10).
• In his only season at Toledo, the Rockets ranked 20th nationally in passing (278.5 yards
per game) and 14th in total ofense (438.3 ypg), averages that were 89 and 104 yards bet-
ter than the season prior to his arrival.
• In two seasons at FIU, Satterfeld helped lead the Golden Panthers to the frst two bowl
appearances in school history, including a victory over Toledo in the 2010 Little Caesars
Bowl. After going 3-9 and averaging 321 yards of ofense the year prior to his arrival, FIU
won 15 games and averaged 380 yards in Satterfeld’s two seasons as ofensive coordina-
tor.
• Prior to his three seasons in the NCAA Division I FBS ranks, Satterfeld spent the frst 11
seasons of his coaching career at Appalachian State, mentoring the Mountaineers’ wide
receivers (1998), running backs (1999-2002) and quarterbacks (2003-08). He was an
integral part of Appalachian’s transition from a power-I to a spread ofense in 2004 and
the fve record-setting ofensive campaigns that followed. With Satterfeld serving as the
Mountaineers’ primary play-caller, Appalachian ranked among the nation’s top 20 in the
fve major ofensive statistical categories (scoring, rushing, passing, passing ef ciency
and total ofense) 17 out of a possible 25 times from 2004-08, highlighted by an explosive
2007 campaign when the Mountaineers led the nation with a school-record 488.3 yards
of total ofense per game.
• As Appalachian State’s quarterbacks coach, Satterfeld has overseen the development of
the most prolifc signal-callers in school history. In addition to being Jackson’s mentor for
only the third 3,000-yard passing season in school history, Satterfeld also coached both
Richie Williams (2003-05) and Armanti Edwards (2006-08) to all-America recognition and
was Edwards’ mentor for the frst of his back-to-back Walter Payton Awards (NCAA Divi-
sion I FCS Player of the Year) in 2008. Prior to coaching the Mountaineers’ quarterbacks,
Satterfeld also mentored a 1,000-yard rusher (Jimmy Watkins — 2001) and the 11th-
leading rusher in school history (Jerry Beard — 2000-02).
Head Coach Scott Satterfeld
Year School Record
First season as collegiate head coach
Satterfeld Year-by-Year as a Head Coach
Year Bowl/Playofs Results
1986 I-AA Playofs First Round
1987 I-AA Playofs Semifnalist
1989 I-AA Playofs First Round
1991 I-AA Playofs First Round
1992 I-AA Playofs First Round
1994 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnalist
1995 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnalist
1998 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnalist
1999 I-AA Playofs First Round
2000 I-AA Playofs Semifnalist
2001 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnalist
2002 I-AA Playofs First Round
2005 I-AA Playofs National Champions
2006 FCS Playofs National Champions
2007 FCS Playofs National Champions
2008 FCS Playofs Quarterfnalist
2009 FCS Playofs Semifnalist
2010 FCS Playofs Quarterfnalist
2011 FCS Playofs Second Round
2012 FCS Playofs Second Round
Mountaineers in the Postseason
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Quick Facts
Location ........................................................... Statesboro, Georgia
Founded .................................................................................. 1906
Enrollment ........................................................................... 20,574
Nickname .............................................................................. Eagles
Colors ..........................................................................Blue & White
Athletics Website.............................................. www.gseagles.com
Primary Ofense .......................................................... Triple Option
Primary Defense.........................................................................4-3
All-Time Record .............................................................. 287-111-1
All-Time SBC Record ...................................................................n/a
2012 Record .............................................................................10-4
2012 SBC Record (Finish) ............................................................n/a
SBC Championships ....................................................................n/a
Bowl Appearances..................................................................... n/a
Bowl Record ...............................................................................n/a
Lettermen Returning................................................................... 54
Ofense ................................................................................... 21
Defense .................................................................................. 23
Specialists ................................................................................. 3
Lettermen Lost ............................................................................ 12
Ofense ................................................................................... 21
Defense .................................................................................... 9
Specialists ................................................................................. 0
Starters Returning ....................................................................... 16
Ofense ..................................................................................... 7
Defense .................................................................................... 6
Specialists ................................................................................. 3
Starters Lost .................................................................................. 9
Ofense ..................................................................................... 4
Defense .................................................................................... 5
Specialists ................................................................................. 0
Stadium ................................................... Allen E. Paulson Stadium
Capacity ..............18,000 (expansion construction beginning 2013)
Playing Surface .......................................................... Bermuda Tift
Record ..................................................................................171-32
First Game .................................................................Sept. 29, 1984
Largest Crowd: ..................................................................... 25,725
Allen E. Paulson Stadium
Dr. Brooks A. Keel
President
Dr. Chris Geyerman
Faculty Representative
Tom Kleinlein
Athletics Director
Cathy Beene
SWA
Georgia Southern Administration
Georgia Southern University ofers more than 100 academic majors in a comprehensive array of bac-
calaureate degrees and selected master’s and doctoral programs. The University has earned a reputation
for providing all of the benefts of a major university with the feeling of a much smaller college. In 2011,
Georgia Southern was named the fourth most popular university in the country in the U.S. News & World
Report’s “Top 20 Most Popular Universities.” One of the top choices in Georgia for new freshmen, includ-
ing HOPE Scholars, Georgia Southern enrolls an increasingly selective student body representing the
United States and nearly 100 nations.
The nearly 700 acre park-like campus continues an era of capital construction that has opened new
facilities for colleges and academic programs, student recreation and development, university housing,
athletics, and public service. The learning environment is enhanced by a museum of cultural and natural
history, a botanical garden, a unique wildlife education and raptor center, a performing arts center, the
Center for Art and Theatre, and a continuing education and conference center. The University’s Division I
athletic teams compete in the Southern Conference. The campus is located in Statesboro, a classic Main
Street community near historic Savannah and Hilton Head Island.
Notable Alumni: Daniel Cathy, President Chick-Fil-A; Zach McLeroy and Tony Townley, co-founders of
Zaxby’s Restaurant; Hala Moddelmog, CEO of Arby’s; Luke Bryan, Country Music Singer.
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2013 Schedule
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
AUG. 31 SAVANNAH STATE STATESBORO, GA. 5 P.M.
SEPT. 7 ST. FRANCIS PA STATESBORO, GA. 5 P.M.
Sept. 14 at Woford Spartanburg, S.C. 6 p.m.
SEPT. 28 CHATTANOOGA STATESBORO, GA. 5 P.M.
Oct. 5 at Samford Birmingham, Ala. 2 p.m.
OCT. 12 THE CITADEL STATESBORO, GA. 12 P.M.
Oct. 26 at Appalachian State Boone, N.C. 2:30 p.m.
NOV. 2 FURMAN STATESBORO, GA. 1 P.M.
NOV. 9 WESTERN CAROLINA STATESBORO, GA. 1 P.M.
Nov. 16 at Elon Elon, N.C. TBA
Nov. 23 at Florida Gainesville, Fla. TBA
All times central; Home games in BOLD CAPS; Subject to change
2012 Results
Date Opponent Location Time
SEPT. 1 JACKSONVILLE STATESBORO, GA. W, 580
Sept. 8 at The Citadel Charleston, S.C. L, 21–23
SEPT. 22 ELON STATESBORO, GA. W, 2623
SEPT. 29 SAMFORD STATESBORO, GA. W, 3516
Oct. 6 at Western Carolina Cullowhee, N.C. W, 45–13
OCT. 13 WOFFORD STATESBORO, GA. W, 179
Oct. 20 at Furman Greenville, S.C. W, 37–17
Oct. 27 at Chattanooga Chattanooga, Tenn. W, 39–31 (3OT)
NOV. 3 APPALACHIAN STATE STATESBORO, GA. L, 2831
NOV. 10 HOWARD STATESBORO, GA. W, 6926
Nov. 17 at Georgia Athens, Ga. L, 14–45
DEC. 1 * CENTRAL ARKANSAS STATESBORO, GA. W, 2416
Dec. 8 * at Old Dominion Norfolk, Va. W, 49–35
Dec. 14 * at North Dakota State Fargo, N.D. L, 20–23
Home games in BOLD CAPS; * denotes FCS Playofs
• A fnalist for the Liberty Mutual Coach of the Year award, Head Coach Jef Monken guided
the Eagles to a third-straight double-digit win season and second straight Southern
Conference championship in 2012. Georgia Southern was the only program to make an
appearance in each of the last three NCAA FCS Semifnals and earned a number-three
fnal ranking in both polls.
• Monken holds a 31-12 career record in his three seasons in Statesboro, a mark that
includes a streak of 14-straight wins at Paulson Stadium dating back to 2010. The Eagles
competed against the nation’s toughest schedule in 2012, a slate that was ranked seventh
most dif cult on the FBS and FCS combined list.
• His 2012 Georgia Southern team claimed the NCAA annual rushing title with the highest
per game average in Division I at 399.36 yards per game. As the team succeeded, numer-
ous individual Eagle players earned national and conference honors and the recognition
garnered showcase bowl opportunities for seniors Darius Eubanks, Brent Russell and J.J.
Wilcox.
• During the 2011 season, Georgia Southern spent seven weeks at #1 in both FCS polls,
received the school’s frst Associated Press (AP) poll vote and defeated Woford 31-10 for
the ninth Southern Conference Championship in school history. Five players were named
All-Americans after the 11-3 season and the Eagles cleaned up the major SoCon awards
with Brent Russell selected as the SoCon Defensive Player of the Year, Dominique Swope
picked as the Freshman of the Year and Monken named the Coach of the Year. Monken
and GSU were not done, however, and won a pair of home playof games against Old
Dominion and Maine before fnishing the season in the semifnals.
• The Eagles defeated fve ranked teams in Monken’s inaugural campaign in 2010, posting
a 10-5 record which included an overtime victory over top-ranked and previously unde-
feated Appalachian State. Georgia Southern snapped the Mountaineers’ 26-game confer-
ence winning streak at Paulson Stadium and the win opened the door for the program’s
frst NCAA appearance since 2005.
• Reeling of three-straight victories to end the regular season, the Eagles earned a spot in
the postseason, and added three more marks to the win column to advance to their frst
FCS semifnal playof game since 2002. The 10-win campaign was the frst in eight years
as the Eagles reclaimed positions in the national and conference statistical rankings for
ofense, defense and special teams.
• While the facts and fgures leave little to dispute regarding the Eagles’ success, Monken
waves of any accolades and instead focuses on plans for the upcoming season. Not
only is he charged with preparing his team for roles on the football feld, he takes very
seriously the responsibility of helping young men reach their goals as future graduates
and citizens. The results have been positive in those aspects as well. The Georgia Southern
Football program has set a new high in team GPA in both of Monken’s frst two years. The
Eagles’ broke their 2010-11 record with a 2.64 GPA in the 2011-12 academic year. They also
set a new standard for single-semester mark with a 2.70 GPA in the 2012 spring semester.
• When he was hired as the eighth head coach in the modern history of the program,
Monken had 20 years of coaching experience, including 13 serving as an assistant coach
for his mentor Paul Johnson. Monken was the Eagles’ slotbacks coach from 1997-2001,
joining Johnson’s staf at Navy and Georgia Tech before returning to the familiar sidelines
at Georgia Southern with the “triple option” ofense.
• The option, so tied to the identity of Georgia Southern, delivered six national champion-
ship fags to Paulson Stadium and countless exciting moments to Eagle fans. Monken
stands by the option as not just an ofensive scheme, but “the” ofense for the Eagles.
The numbers: yards gained, wins and championship rings alone are enough to make the
point in its favor.
Head Coach Jef Monken
Year School Record
2010 Georgia Southern 10–5
2011 Georgia Southern 11–3
2012 Georgia Southern 10-4
Total 3 years 31-12
Monken Year-by-Year as a Head Coach
Year Bowl/Playofs Results
1985 I-AA Playofs National Champions
1986 I-AA Playofs National Champions
1987 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnalist
1988 I-AA Playofs National Runner-up
1989 I-AA Playofs National Champions
1990 I-AA Playofs National Champions
1993 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnalist
1995 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnalist
1997 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnalist
1998 I-AA Playofs National Runner-up
1999 I-AA Playofs National Champions
2000 I-AA Playofs National Champions
2001 I-AA Playofs Semifnalist
2002 I-AA Playofs Semifnalist
2004 I-AA Playofs First Round
2005 I-AA Playofs First Round
2010 FCS Playofs Semifnalist
2011 FCS Playofs Semifnalist
2012 FCS Playofs Semifnalist
Eagles in the Postseason
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Location ...................................................................Moscow, Idaho
Founded .................................................................................. 1889
Enrollment ........................................................................... 12,493
Nickname ............................................................................Vandals
Colors .......................................................................... Silver & Gold
Athletics Website........................................... www.GoVandals.com
Primary Ofense .................................................................Multiple
Primary Defense.................................................................Multiple
All-Time Record ............................................................ 439-570-25
All-Time SBC Record ............................................ 7-19 (2001-2004)
2012 Record .............................................................................1-11
2012 SBC Record (Finish) ............................................................n/a
SBC Championships ....................................................................... 0
Bowl Appearances......................................................................... 2
Bowl Record ...............................................................................2-0
Lettermen Returning................................................................... 44
Ofense ................................................................................... 18
Defense .................................................................................. 15
Specialists ................................................................................. 1
Lettermen Lost ............................................................................ 24
Ofense ................................................................................... 11
Defense .................................................................................. 11
Specialists ................................................................................. 2
Starters Returning ....................................................................... 24
Ofense ................................................................................... 13
Defense .................................................................................. 10
Specialists ................................................................................. 1
Starters Lost ................................................................................ 14
Ofense ..................................................................................... 4
Defense .................................................................................... 9
Specialists ................................................................................. 2
Stadium ...................................................................... Kibbie Dome
Capacity ............................................................................... 16,000
Playing Surface .......................................................... RealGrass Pro
Record .............................................................................. 119-73-1
First Game .............................................................. October 9, 1971
Largest Crowd: ..................................................................... 17,600
Kibbie Dome
Don Burnett
Interim President
Mario Reyes
Faculty Representative
Dr. Rob Spear
Athletics Director
Jessica Atkins
Interim SWA
Idaho Administration
The University of Idaho is the State of Idaho’s oldest public university located in the rural city of Moscow
in the northern portion of the state. UI is the state’s primary research university, and enrolls more
national merit scholars than all other institutions in the state combined. In January 2012, the university
enrolled the highest number of National Merit Scholars of any school in the Northwest; more than the
other fagship institutions in the region with signifcantly larger enrollments.
The university presently has an enrollment exceeding 12,000, with over 11,000 on the Moscow campus.
The university ofers 142 degree programs, from accountancy to wildlife resources, including bachelor’s,
master’s, doctoral, and specialists’ degrees. Certifcates of completion are ofered in 30 areas of study.
At 25% and 53%, its 4 and 6 year graduation rates are the highest of any public university in Idaho, and
it generates 74 percent of all research money in the state, with research expenditures of $100 million in
2010 alone.
As a rural land-grant university, UI has the largest campus in the state, located in the rolling hills of the
Palouse region at an elevation of 2,600 feet (790 m) above sea level. In addition to the main campus in
Moscow, the UI has branch campuses in Coeur d’Alene, Boise, Twin Falls, and Idaho Falls. It also operates a
research park in Post Falls and dozens of extension of ces statewide.
Notable Alumni: Frank A. Shrontz, former chairman and CEO (1986–96) of Boeing; Dan O’Brien, Olympic
gold medalist (decathlon); Sarah Palin, 2008 Republican vice-presidential candidate; W. Mark Felt, former
top of cial of the FBI, Watergate informer “Deep Throat.”
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2013 Schedule
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
Aug. 31 at North Texas Denton, Texas TBA
Sept. 7 at Wyoming Laramie, Wyo. TBA
SEPT. 14 NORTHERN ILLINOIS MOSCOW, IDAHO 4 P.M.
Sept. 21 at Washington State Pullman, Wash. TBA
SEPT. 28 TEMPLE MOSCOW, IDAHO 4 P.M.
OCT. 5 FRESNO STATE MOSCOW, IDAHO 4 P.M.
Oct. 12 at Arkansas State Jonesboro, Ark. TBA
Oct. 26 at Mississippi Oxford, Miss. TBA
NOV. 2 TEXAS STATE MOSCOW, IDAHO 4 P.M.
NOV. 9 OLD DOMINION MOSCOW, IDAHO 4 P.M.
Nov. 23 at Florida State Tallahassee, Fla. TBA
Nov. 30 at New Mexico State Las Cruces, N.M. TBA
All times central; Home games in BOLD CAPS; Subject to change
2012 Results
Date Opponent Location Time
AUG. 30 EASTERN WASHINGTON MOSCOW, IDAHO L, 320
Sept. 8 Bowling Green at Bowling Green, Ohio L, 13-21
Sept. 15 Louisiana State at Baton Rouge, La. L, 14-63
SEPT. 22 WYOMING MOSCOW, IDAHO L, 3740
Sept. 29 North Carolina at Chapel Hill, N.C. L, 0-66
OCT. 6 NEW MEXICO STATE MOSCOW, IDAHO W, 2618
Oct. 13 Texas State at San Marcos, Texas L, 7-38
Oct. 20 Louisiana Tech at Ruston, La. L, 28-70
NOV. 3 SAN JOSE STATE MOSCOW, IDAHO L, 1342
Nov. 10 Brigham Young at Provo, Utah L, 13-52
NOV. 17 TEXASSAN ANTONIO MOSCOW, IDAHO L, 2734
Nov. 24 Utah State at Logan, Utah L, 9-45
Home games in BOLD CAPS
• From the minute he arrived on the University of Idaho campus, Paul Petrino
infused the Vandals with an intensity that reverberated around the Kibbie
Dome and throughout the Vandal Family. His practices mirror his personality –
focused, intense and determined. Simply put, coaching football is in his blood.
Tagging along with his dad, Bob Petrino, Sr., as he coached the Carroll College
(Montana) Saints into national prominence, Petrino knew from the time he
was six years old he wanted to coach. He played for his dad at Carroll and was
the Football Gazette NAIA Division II Player of the Year and a two-time Kodak
All-American quarterback after setting 16 school records during a career that
included four conference titles and a 36-6 record from 1985-88.
• During his 23 years as an assistant, Petrino coached in 12 bowl games and fve
I-AA playof games. He spent one season (2007) with the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons.
As a Division I coach, he was on stafs which combined for a 152-93 record – a
65 percent winning percentage.
• He already made his mark at Idaho when he coached three players who have
been inducted into the Vandal Athletics Hall of Fame – running back Sherriden
May, and receivers Kasey Dunn and Yo Murphy. They are just a small sampling
of the successes of his players. In the 2012 NFL draft, fve ofensive players
under his tutelage were drafted. The group, which included four receivers,
represented the greatest number of players coached by one coach in that
year’s draft.
• For Petrino, the return to Moscow is a return to his Northwest roots. A native of
Butte, Mont., he was raised in Helena where his football legacy began.
• Petrino’s coaching career began at his alma mater before he was hired at Idaho
in 1992. Among the players he coached at Idaho was All-American and Vandal
Athletics Hall of Famer Sherriden May – one on what has become a lengthy list
of standout players, record-holders and NFL draftees coached by Petrino.
• After his stint at Idaho, he coached at Utah State, Louisville, Illinois, Southern
Mississippi and, most recently, Arkansas. He also spent one season with the
NFL Atlanta Falcons. Everywhere he has been, his ofenses have produced
record-setting numbers.
• He and his wife, Maya, have three children – two daughters, Ava and Anne
Mari, and a son, Mason. Anne Mari and Mason are twins.
Head Coach Paul Petrino
Year School Record
First season as collegiate head coach
Petrino Year-by-Year as a Head Coach
Year Bowl/Playofs Results
1982 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnalist
1985 I-AA Playofs First Round
1986 I-AA Playofs First Round
1987 I-AA Playofs First Round
1988 I-AA Playofs Semifnal
1989 I-AA Playofs First Round
1990 I-AA Playofs Quarterfnalist
1992 I-AA Playofs First Round
1993 I-AA Playofs Semifnalist
1994 I-AA Playofs First Round
1995 I-AA Playofs First Round
1998 Humanitarian Bowl vs. Southern Miss - Boise, Idaho W, 42-35
2009 Roady’s Humanitarian Bowl vs. Bowling Green - Boise, Idaho W, 43-42
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Quick Facts
Location ................................................................. Las Cruces, N.M.
Founded .................................................................................. 1888
Enrollment ........................................................................... 16,428
Nickname ..............................................................................Aggies
Colors ....................................................................Crimson & White
Athletics Website..................................... www.nmstatesports.com
Primary Ofense ................................................................... Spread
Primary Defense.........................................................................3-4
All-Time Record ............................................................ 414-590-30
All-Time SBC Record .......................................... 15-11 (2001-2004)
2012 Record .............................................................................1-11
2012 SBC Record (Finish) ............................................................n/a
SBC Championships ....................................................................... 0
Bowl Appearances........................................................................ 3
Bowl Record ........................................................................... 2-0-1
Lettermen Returning................................................................... 36
Ofense ................................................................................... 14
Defense .................................................................................. 18
Specialists ................................................................................. 4
Lettermen Lost ............................................................................ 21
Ofense ................................................................................... 10
Defense .................................................................................... 9
Specialists ................................................................................. 2
Starters Returning ....................................................................... 17
Ofense ..................................................................................... 7
Defense .................................................................................... 7
Specialists ................................................................................. 3
Starters Lost .................................................................................. 7
Ofense ..................................................................................... 3
Defense .................................................................................... 4
Specialists ................................................................................. 0
Stadium ................................................................. Aggie Memorial
Capacity ............................................................................... 30,343
Playing Surface .......................................................................Grass
Record ..................................................................................66-119
First Game .................................................................Sept. 16, 1978
Largest Crowd: ..................................................................... 32,993
Aggie Memorial Stadium
Garrey Carruthers
President
Dr. Jack Thomas
Faculty Representative
Dr. McKinley Boston
Athletics Director
New Mexico State Administration
New Mexico State University is a major land-grant university in Las Cruces, New Mexico. It is the second
largest four year university in the state in terms of total enrollment across all campuses, with campuses
in Alamogordo, Carlsbad, Doña Ana County, and Grants, with extension and research centers across New
Mexico.
NM State was founded to teach agriculture in 1888 as the Las Cruces College, and the following year
became New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts. It received its present name in 1960. NM
State ofers a wide range of programs and awards associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees
through its main campus and four community colleges.
NM State ofers a wide variety of programs through the Graduate School and the colleges: Agricultural,
Consumer and Environmental Sciences, Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Engineering, Extended
Learning and Health and Social Services. The 21 doctoral programs are limited primarily to agriculture,
education, engineering, and the sciences; the specialist in education degree is ofered in 4 study areas;
the education doctorate degree is ofered in 3 study areas; there are 51 master’s degree programs and
87 baccalaureate degree programs. In accord with its land-grant mission, New Mexico State University
provides informal, of-campus educational programs through the Cooperative Extension Service.
Notable Alumni: Dr. Dan E. Arvizu, Director and CEO of the US Department of Energy’s National Renew-
able Energy Laboratory; Roosevelt Skerrit, Prime Minister of Dominica; Walter Johnson, former NFL
defensive lineman; Fredd Young, former NFL linebacker.
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2013 Schedule
Date Opponent Location Time (TV)
Aug. 31 at Texas Austin, Texas TBA
SEPT. 7 MINNESOTA LAS CRUCES, N.M. 5 P.M.
SEPT. 14 UTEP LAS CRUCES, N.M. 5 P.M.
Sept. 21 at UCLA Los Angeles, Calif. TBA
SEPT. 28 SAN DIEGO STATE LAS CRUCES, N.M. 5 P.M.
Oct. 5 at New Mexico Albuquerque, N.M. TBA
OCT. 19 RICE LAS CRUCES, N.M. 5 P.M.
OCT. 26 ABILENE CHRISTIAN LAS CRUCES, N.M. 5 P.M.
Nov. 2 at Louisiana-Lafayette Lafayette, La. TBA
NOV. 9 BOSTON COLLEGE LAS CRUCES, N.M. TBA
Nov. 23 at Florida Atlantic Boca Raton, Fla. TBA
NOV. 30 IDAHO LAS CRUCES, N.M. TBA
* Denotes Sun Belt game; All times central; Home games in BOLD CAPS; Subject to change
2012 Results
Date Opponent Location Time
AUG. 30 SACRAMENTO STATE LAS CRUCES, N.M. W, 4919
Sept. 8 at Ohio Athens, Ohio L, 24-51
Sept. 15 at UTEP El Paso, Texas L, 28-41
SEPT. 22 NEW MEXICO LAS CRUCES, N.M. L, 1427
SEPT. 29 UTSA LAS CRUCES, N.M. L, 1435
Oct. 6 at Idaho Moscow, Idaho L, 18-26
Oct. 20 at Utah State Logan, Utah L, 7-41
OCT. 27 LOUISIANA TECH LAS CRUCES, N.M. L, 2814
Nov. 3 at Auburn Auburn, Ala. L, 7-42
NOV. 10 SAN JOSE STATE LAS CRUCES, N.M. L, 747
NOV. 24 BYU LAS CRUCES, N.M. L, 1450
Dec. 1 at Texas State San Marcos, Texas L, 28-66
Home games in BOLD CAPS
• New Mexico State Athletics Director Dr. McKinley Boston announced Feb. 1, 2013 that
Doug Martin was named the 34th head football coach in New Mexico State history. Martin
was named interim head coach back on January 24, after the departure of DeWayne Walker
to the NFL. This is Martin’s second stint with the Aggies, as he was the Aggies’ ofensive
coordinator during the 2011 season.
• Martin left NM State after the 2011 season to take the ofensive coordinator position at
Boston College in 2012. The Eagles ranked 47th in the nation in passing ofense, as Martin
guided wide receiver Alex Amidon and ofensive tackle Emmett Cleary to All-ACC honors.
Amidon fnished the season ranked 11th among all receivers in the country in receiving
yards per game (100.8). He ranks second among all ACC receiving in both receptions per
game (6.5) and receiving yards per game.
• Martin was the ofensive coordinator of the Aggies back in 2011, as the Aggies ranked 47th
in total ofense and 26th in passing ofense. He helped guide the Aggies to a win over Min-
nesota, the program’s frst win against a team from the Big Ten. Under Martin, the Aggies
had three All-WAC selections in wide receiver Taveon Rogers, ofensive tackle Davonte Wal-
lace and running back Kenny Turner. Quarterback Matt Christian led the Aggies with 2,158
yards passing and 15 touchdowns in 2011.
• With seven seasons under his belt as the head coach at Kent State University and eight as
the ofensive coordinator, Martin was instrumental in building a true football program of
the past several seasons. A total of 20 Golden Flashes earned All-Mid-American Conference
accolades from 2007-10, including Eugene Jarvis, who was atop the active Football Bowl
Subdivision running backs list with 3,722 career yards on the ground, and Brian Lainhart,
whose 17 career interceptions was also tops among active FBS players.
• Over four years, Martin’s ofense at Kent State recorded a remarkable 16,907 yards of total
ofense, averaging 422.6 yards per game during that spanned including 26.3 points a
game.
• Included in the performance was a fve-game winning streak, including four straight MAC
victories - the Flashes’ longest conference streak ever. Furthermore, the nation’s 25th-
ranked team in total defense in 2006, limited Miami and Bowling Green to a combined
17 points as Kent State won road games against the RedHawks and Falcons in the same
season for the frst time since 1972. Kent State saw fve players earn All-MAC accolades.
• In addition to his head coaching duties, Martin also served as quarterbacks coach and
was the ofensive coordinator for all but the 2009 season. Martin is widely regarded as
one of the nation’s premier quarterback mentors. His list of protégés includes three-time
All-Conference USA selection and current NFL passer David Garrard, record-setting CFL
quarterback Marcus Crandell and other pros Richard Alston and Joshua Cribbs, who both
played quarterback in college under Martin before switching positions in the NFL.
• Martin arrived at Kent State following 11 seasons at East Carolina University, the last seven
of which he was in charge of the team’s ofense. He was at ECU for all of Steve Logan’s
tenure there, serving as the tight ends coach and special teams coordinator for two
seasons (1992-93), then another two years as wide receivers coach (1994-95) before being
promoted to ofensive coordinator in 1996.
• At East Carolina, Martin played a signifcant role in the development of quarterback David
Garrard, who broke 28 school passing records and total ofensive records from 1998-01.
In addition, Martin coached the top three receivers in ECU history. During Martin’s time at
ECU, the team advanced to fve bowl games; the Liberty Bowl in 1994 and 1995, the GMAC
(formerly Mobile Alabama) Bowl in 1999 and 2001 and the galleryfurniture.com Bowl in
2000.
• Prior to joining the staf at East Carolina, Martin was a graduate assistant at the University
of Kentucky, his alma mater, from 1986-87 and then spent the 1988-91 seasons at East Ten-
nessee State University, where he coached the running backs his frst year, then served as
the ofensive coordinator and quarterbacks/wide receivers coach his fnal three seasons.
• Martin was a four-year letterwinner at Kentucky from 1981-84, spending time as a part-
time starter at quarterback before injuries limited him to the holder role. A native of Oak
Ridge, Tenn., Martin earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Kentucky in 1985.
• Martin and his wife Vicki have a daughter, Molly, and two sons, Cory and Bobby.
Head Coach Doug Martin
Year School Record
2004 Kent State 5–6
2005 Kent State 1–10
2006 Kent State 6–6
2007 Kent State 3–9
2008 Kent State 4–8
2009 Kent State 5–7
2010 Kent State 5–7
Total 7 years 29-53
Martin Year-by-Year as a Head Coach
Year Bowl/Playofs Results
1936 Sun Bowl vs. Hardin Simmons - El Paso, Texas T, 14-14
1959 Sun Bowl vs. North Texas - El Paso, Texas W, 28-8
1960 Sun Bowl vs. Utah State - El Paso, Texas W, 20-13
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Sun Belt Stats - All Games
SCORING OFFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg
1. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 58 53 0 0 20 0 461 35.5
2. Arkansas State 13 58 53 1 0 17 0 454 34.9
3. Louisiana-Monroe 13 61 57 1 0 5 0 440 33.8
4. Troy 12 45 40 2 0 17 1 367 30.6
5. WKU 13 48 44 1 0 10 1 366 28.2
6. Middle Tennessee 12 38 36 2 0 17 0 319 26.6
7. FIU 12 40 33 0 0 9 0 300 25.0
8. North Texas 12 31 28 1 0 11 1 251 20.9
9. FAU 12 32 28 1 0 8 0 246 20.5
10. South Alabama 13 26 24 0 0 20 0 240 18.5
RUSHING OFFENSE G Att Yds Avg TD Yds/G
1. Arkansas State 13 540 2681 5.0 31 206.2
2. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 480 2515 5.2 33 193.5
3. WKU 13 506 2362 4.7 21 181.7
4. Middle Tennessee 12 468 2125 4.5 19 177.1
5. North Texas 12 478 2082 4.4 17 173.5
6. Troy 12 457 2007 4.4 22 167.2
7. FIU 12 489 1744 3.6 20 145.3
8. Louisiana-Monroe 13 450 1847 4.1 24 142.1
9. South Alabama 13 489 1606 3.3 10 123.5
10. FAU 12 410 1337 3.3 12 111.4
SCORING DEFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg
1. Arkansas State 13 39 33 2 0 15 1 318 24.5
2. WKU 13 41 38 1 0 15 0 331 25.5
3. North Texas 12 44 40 0 0 10 0 334 27.8
4. Middle Tennessee 12 43 40 0 0 12 1 336 28.0
5. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 42 41 0 0 24 0 365 28.1
6. Louisiana-Monroe 13 50 46 0 0 11 0 379 29.2
7. South Alabama 13 46 45 1 0 20 0 383 29.5
8. Troy 12 46 38 2 0 16 0 366 30.5
9. FAU 12 47 46 0 0 14 0 370 30.8
10. FIU 12 49 44 1 1 12 1 380 31.7
RUSHING DEFENSE G Rushes Yards Avg. TD Yds/G
1. WKU 13 456 1779 3.9 15 136.8
2. FIU 12 428 1690 3.9 23 140.8
3. Louisiana-Monroe 13 467 1849 4.0 21 142.2
4. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 472 1870 4.0 20 143.8
5. Arkansas State 13 498 2033 4.1 15 156.4
6. North Texas 12 394 1969 5.0 22 164.1
7. South Alabama 13 513 2138 4.2 21 164.5
8. Troy 12 469 2222 4.7 17 185.2
9. Middle Tennessee 12 491 2268 4.6 21 189.0
10. FAU 12 504 2430 4.8 23 202.5
PASS OFFENSE G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G
1. Troy 12 509 337 12 66.2 3978 7.8 22 331.5
2. Louisiana-Monroe 13 539 343 15 63.6 3779 7.0 33 290.7
3. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 393 242 9 61.6 3399 8.6 22 261.5
4. Arkansas State 13 412 279 5 67.7 3386 8.2 25 260.5
5. FIU 12 369 219 6 59.3 2861 7.8 17 238.4
6. FAU 12 416 265 6 63.7 2851 6.9 18 237.6
7. North Texas 12 375 214 14 57.1 2639 7.0 14 219.9
8. Middle Tennessee 12 344 217 8 63.1 2593 7.5 16 216.1
9. South Alabama 13 449 244 16 54.3 2728 6.1 16 209.8
10. WKU 13 335 213 12 63.6 2667 8.0 24 205.2
TOTAL OFFENSE G Rush Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Yds/G
1. Troy 12 2007 3978 966 5985 6.2 44 498.8
2. Arkansas State 13 2681 3386 952 6067 6.4 56 466.7
3. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 2515 3399 873 5914 6.8 55 454.9
4. Louisiana-Monroe 13 1847 3779 989 5626 5.7 57 432.8
5. North Texas 12 2082 2639 853 4721 5.5 31 393.4
6. Middle Tennessee 12 2125 2593 812 4718 5.8 35 393.2
7. WKU 13 2362 2667 841 5029 6.0 45 386.8
8. FIU 12 1744 2861 858 4605 5.4 37 383.8
9. FAU 12 1337 2851 826 4188 5.1 30 349.0
10. South Alabama 13 1606 2728 938 4334 4.6 26 333.4
PASS DEFENSE G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G
1. FAU 12 286 158 8 55.2 2448 8.6 20 204.0
2. WKU 13 394 234 13 59.4 2727 6.9 24 209.8
3. South Alabama 13 368 215 11 58.4 2840 7.7 25 218.5
4. Arkansas State 13 432 276 13 63.9 2955 6.8 21 227.3
5. North Texas 12 420 266 11 63.3 3018 7.2 19 251.5
6. Middle Tennessee 12 378 255 12 67.5 3027 8.0 22 252.2
7. Troy 12 372 211 6 56.7 3101 8.3 26 258.4
8. FIU 12 437 265 10 60.6 3145 7.2 24 262.1
9. Louisiana-Monroe 13 457 286 16 62.6 3595 7.9 29 276.5
10. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 475 291 13 61.3 3685 7.8 21 283.5
TOTAL DEFENSE G Rush Pass Plys Yards Avg TD Yds/G
1. WKU 13 1779 2727 850 4506 5.3 39 346.6
2. South Alabama 13 2138 2840 881 4978 5.7 46 382.9
3. Arkansas State 13 2033 2955 930 4988 5.4 36 383.7
4. FIU 12 1690 3145 865 4835 5.6 47 402.9
5. FAU 12 2430 2448 790 4878 6.2 43 406.5
6. North Texas 12 1969 3018 814 4987 6.1 41 415.6
7. Louisiana-Monroe 13 1849 3595 924 5444 5.9 50 418.8
8. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 1870 3685 947 5555 5.9 41 427.3
9. Middle Tennessee 12 2268 3027 869 5295 6.1 43 441.2
10. Troy 12 2222 3101 841 5323 6.3 43 443.6
KICKOFF RETURNS G Ret Yds TD Avg
1. Middle Tennessee 12 44 1129 1 25.7
2. WKU 13 44 1083 0 24.6
3. FIU 12 59 1438 1 24.4
4. Louisiana-Monroe 13 43 933 0 21.7
5. South Alabama 13 40 833 0 20.8
6. Arkansas State 13 37 712 0 19.2
7. FAU 12 41 787 0 19.2
8. North Texas 12 38 729 0 19.2
9. Troy 12 39 721 0 18.5
10. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 48 878 0 18.3
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE G Ret Yds TD Avg
1. WKU 13 22 234 1 10.6
2. South Alabama 13 16 141 0 8.8
3. FIU 12 25 201 1 8.0
4. Troy 12 18 141 0 7.8
5. FAU 12 22 143 0 6.5
6. Louisiana-Monroe 13 23 149 0 6.5
7. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 20 127 1 6.3
8. Arkansas State 13 11 47 0 4.3
9. Middle Tennessee 12 18 54 0 3.0
10. North Texas 12 8 17 0 2.1
PUNTING G No. Yards Avg/P PR Avg TBg Net/P
1. Troy 12 56 2221 39.7 32 0.6 2 38.4
2. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 61 2499 41.0 149 2.4 2 37.9
3. North Texas 12 70 2888 41.3 110 1.6 11 36.5
4. Louisiana-Monroe 13 55 2149 39.1 87 1.6 3 36.4
5. WKU 13 46 1919 41.7 181 3.9 4 36.0
6. South Alabama 13 74 2889 39.0 217 2.9 2 35.6
7. FIU 12 66 2636 39.9 258 3.9 2 35.4
8. Middle Tennessee 12 48 1867 38.9 112 2.3 3 35.3
9. FAU 12 68 2711 39.9 274 4.0 5 34.4
10. Arkansas State 13 51 1813 35.5 110 2.2 5 31.4
PASS EFFICIENCY G Att Cmp Pct Int Yds TD Ef c
1. Arkansas State 13 412 279 67.7 5 3386 25 154.4
2. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 393 242 61.6 9 3399 22 148.1
3. WKU 13 335 213 63.6 12 2667 24 146.9
4. Troy 12 509 337 66.2 12 3978 22 141.4
5. Louisiana-Monroe 13 539 343 63.6 15 3779 33 137.2
6. Middle Tennessee 12 344 217 63.1 8 2593 16 137.1
7. FIU 12 369 219 59.3 6 2861 17 136.4
8. FAU 12 416 265 63.7 6 2851 18 132.7
9. North Texas 12 375 214 57.1 14 2639 14 121.0
10. South Alabama 13 449 244 54.3 16 2728 16 110.0
Gained Lost
TURNOVER MARGIN G Fum Int Tot Fum Int Tot Mar Per/G
1. Middle Tennessee 12 16 12 28 10 8 18 +10 0.83
2. Arkansas State 13 10 13 23 9 5 14 +9 0.69
3. Louisiana-Monroe 13 10 16 26 4 15 19 +7 0.54
4. North Texas 12 8 11 19 4 14 18 +1 0.08
5. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 8 13 21 13 9 22 -1 -0.08
6. WKU 13 9 13 22 12 12 24 -2 -0.15
7. FAU 12 9 8 17 13 6 19 -2 -0.17
8. FIU 12 8 10 18 16 6 22 -4 -0.33
9. Troy 12 14 6 20 14 12 26 -6 -0.50
10. South Alabama 13 10 11 21 17 16 33 -12 -0.92
PASS DEFENSE EFFICIENCY G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Ef c
1. WKU 13 394 234 13 59.4 2727 24 131.0
2. Arkansas State 13 432 276 13 63.9 2955 21 131.4
3. North Texas 12 420 266 11 63.3 3018 19 133.4
4. FIU 12 437 265 10 60.6 3145 24 134.6
5. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 475 291 13 61.3 3685 21 135.5
6. South Alabama 13 368 215 11 58.4 2840 25 139.7
7. Louisiana-Monroe 13 457 286 16 62.6 3595 29 142.6
8. FAU 12 286 158 8 55.2 2448 20 144.6
9. Troy 12 372 211 6 56.7 3101 26 146.6
10. Middle Tennessee 12 378 255 12 67.5 3027 22 147.6
FIRST DOWNS G Rush Pass Pen Total
1. Arkansas State 13 159 137 23 319
2. Louisiana-Monroe 13 94 183 32 309
3. Troy 12 112 170 25 307
4. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 116 131 21 268
5. WKU 13 119 128 18 265
6. South Alabama 13 97 122 33 252
7. Middle Tennessee 12 118 106 18 242
8. North Texas 12 107 117 17 241
9. FIU 12 104 111 19 234
10. FAU 12 78 126 16 220
THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS G Conv Att Pct
1. Troy 12 94 192 49.0
2. WKU 13 80 166 48.2
3. Louisiana-Monroe 13 98 209 46.9
4. Arkansas State 13 81 173 46.8
5. Middle Tennessee 12 68 160 42.5
6. FAU 12 77 187 41.2
7. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 64 164 39.0
8. FIU 12 66 175 37.7
9. North Texas 12 59 178 33.1
10. South Alabama 13 66 204 32.4
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Sun Belt Stats - All Games
OPPONENT 1ST DOWNS G Rush Pass Pen Total
1. FAU 12 117 99 21 237
2. FIU 12 95 130 18 243
3. North Texas 12 103 123 24 250
4. WKU 13 103 123 29 255
5. Troy 12 110 126 21 257
6. South Alabama 13 106 122 33 261
7. Arkansas State 13 112 135 19 266
8. Louisiana-Monroe 13 116 144 19 279
9. Middle Tennessee 12 129 140 11 280
10. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 111 151 25 287
OPP 3RD-DN CONVERT G Conv Att Pct
1. Troy 12 59 165 35.8
2. South Alabama 13 64 177 36.2
3. FAU 12 57 156 36.5
4. Arkansas State 13 77 194 39.7
5. FIU 12 74 181 40.9
6. WKU 13 72 176 40.9
7. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 80 193 41.5
8. Louisiana-Monroe 13 80 186 43.0
9. North Texas 12 74 167 44.3
10. Middle Tennessee 12 87 172 50.6
SACKS BY G Sacks Yards
1. WKU 13 32 222
2. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 27 160
3. South Alabama 13 24 155
Louisiana-Monroe 13 24 163
5. FIU 12 23 168
6. North Texas 12 19 131
Arkansas State 13 19 121
8. Middle Tennessee 12 14 77
9. Troy 12 13 86
10. FAU 12 12 88
SACKS AGAINST G Sacks Yards
1. North Texas 12 6 26
2. Middle Tennessee 12 7 66
3. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 13 69
4. Arkansas State 13 15 110
Troy 12 15 99
6. WKU 13 25 154
7. Louisiana-Monroe 13 27 165
8. FAU 12 28 138
9. South Alabama 13 33 244
10. FIU 12 37 219
PENALTIES G No Yds Avg/G
1. North Texas 12 52 520 43.3
2. Louisiana-Monroe 13 70 567 43.6
3. Middle Tennessee 12 68 549 45.8
4. Arkansas State 13 64 598 46.0
5. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 74 633 48.7
6. FAU 12 77 616 51.3
7. WKU 13 80 765 58.8
8. FIU 12 91 769 64.1
9. Troy 12 92 803 66.9
10. South Alabama 13 96 877 67.5
FIELD GOALS G Made Att Pct
1. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 20 23 .870
2. Troy 12 17 21 .810
Arkansas State 13 17 21 .810
4. Middle Tennessee 12 17 22 .773
5. South Alabama 13 20 27 .741
6. WKU 13 10 15 .667
7. North Texas 12 11 17 .647
8. FIU 12 9 16 .562
9. Louisiana-Monroe 13 5 9 .556
10. FAU 12 8 17 .471
OPPONENT PENALTIES G No Yds Avg/G
1. South Alabama 13 93 814 62.6
2. Troy 12 87 740 61.7
3. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 90 763 58.7
4. Louisiana-Monroe 13 85 760 58.5
5. FIU 12 76 659 54.9
6. Arkansas State 13 89 698 53.7
7. WKU 13 76 666 51.2
8. North Texas 12 70 569 47.4
9. FAU 12 63 525 43.8
10. Middle Tennessee 12 54 492 41.0
PAT KICKING G Made Att Pct
1. Middle Tennessee 12 36 36 1.000
South Alabama 13 24 24 1.000
3. Louisiana-Monroe 13 57 58 .983
4. WKU 13 44 45 .978
5. North Texas 12 28 29 .966
6. Troy 12 40 42 .952
7. Arkansas State 13 53 56 .946
Louisiana-Lafayette 13 53 56 .946
9. FAU 12 28 30 .933
10. FIU 12 33 36 .917
4TH-DN CONVERSIONS G Conv Att Pct
1. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 8 11 72.7
2. Louisiana-Monroe 13 24 35 68.6
3. Middle Tennessee 12 12 18 66.7
4. North Texas 12 11 22 50.0
South Alabama 13 12 24 50.0
Arkansas State 13 7 14 50.0
7. FIU 12 11 24 45.8
8. Troy 12 6 14 42.9
9. WKU 13 7 18 38.9
10. FAU 12 8 22 36.4
TIME OF POSSESSION G Total Time Avg/G
1. North Texas 12 395:22 32:56
2. WKU 13 419:54 32:18
3. FAU 12 367:02 30:35
4. Louisiana-Monroe 13 395:48 30:26
5. Troy 12 362:05 30:10
6. FIU 12 357:17 29:46
7. South Alabama 13 383:19 29:29
8. Arkansas State 13 377:30 29:02
9. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 377:21 29:01
10. Middle Tennessee 12 341:16 28:26
OPP 4TH-DN CONVERT G Conv Att Pct
1. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 3 14 21.4
North Texas 12 3 14 21.4
3. WKU 13 8 21 38.1
4. FIU 12 7 14 50.0
5. South Alabama 13 8 13 61.5
6. Middle Tennessee 12 14 22 63.6
7. Louisiana-Monroe 13 18 28 64.3
8. Troy 12 11 17 64.7
9. Arkansas State 13 23 33 69.7
10. FAU 12 10 13 76.9
KICKOFF COVERAGE G No. Yds Avg Retn TB NetAvg
1. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 85 5204 61.2 1086 25 42.6
2. FIU 12 59 3686 62.5 617 29 42.2
3. FAU 12 50 3106 62.1 786 14 40.8
4. North Texas 12 51 3229 63.3 690 25 40.0
5. Louisiana-Monroe 13 72 4309 59.8 1001 22 39.8
6. Troy 12 71 4188 59.0 903 23 39.8
7. Arkansas State 13 88 4890 55.6 1045 18 39.6
8. South Alabama 13 54 3237 59.9 811 16 39.0
9. Middle Tennessee 12 66 3941 59.7 1262 10 37.6
10. WKU 13 69 4014 58.2 1368 5 36.9
RED ZONE OFFENSE G RedZone Percent TDs R/P FG-AT Fumb/Int/Downs/Other
1. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 55-58 94.8 44 30/14 11-13 0/0/0/1
2. Arkansas State 13 54-62 87.1 41 29/12 13-14 1/1/3/2
3. Middle Tennessee 12 37-45 82.2 22 12/10 15-18 1/2/1/1
4. Louisiana-Monroe 13 41-50 82.0 37 16/21 4-6 0/1/4/2
5. WKU 13 42-52 80.8 34 19/15 8-12 3/0/2/1
6. Troy 12 41-52 78.8 29 17/12 12-15 5/2/1/0
7. South Alabama 13 37-48 77.1 23 10/13 14-18 1/4/2/0
8. FIU 12 29-39 74.4 23 16/7 6-11 2/0/3/0
9. FAU 12 28-39 71.8 23 11/12 5-8 4/1/3/0
10. North Texas 12 30-42 71.4 21 12/9 9-10 0/3/5/3
RED ZONE DEFENSE G RedZone Percent TDs R/P FG-AT Fumb/Int/Downs/Other
1. South Alabama 13 43-58 74.1 30 17/13 13-19 4/2/1/2
2. North Texas 12 29-38 76.3 24 16/8 5-8 3/2/0/1
3. Arkansas State 13 38-49 77.6 26 14/12 12-15 3/2/3/0
4. Louisiana-Monroe 13 40-51 78.4 33 19/14 7-8 3/4/2/1
5. WKU 13 36-44 81.8 26 10/16 10-13 2/0/2/1
6. Middle Tennessee 12 42-49 85.7 33 19/14 9-11 2/1/1/1
7. FAU 12 40-46 87.0 29 18/11 11-13 1/2/0/1
8. FIU 12 47-53 88.7 38 21/17 9-11 0/0/2/2
9. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 41-46 89.1 28 18/10 13-14 0/0/4/0
10. Troy 12 39-43 90.7 25 14/11 14-15 1/1/1/0
ON-SIDE KICK SUCCESS G OnSide Percent
1. Troy 12 2-3 66.7
2. FIU 12 1-2 50.0
Louisiana-Lafayette 13 1-2 50.0
4. Louisiana-Monroe 13 0-3 0.0
North Texas 12 0-3 0.0
South Alabama 13 0-2 0.0
Middle Tennessee 12 0-1 0.0
Arkansas State 13 0-1 0.0
WKU 13 0-0 0.0
FAU 12 0-0 0.0
ON-SIDE KICK ALLOWED G OnSide Percent
1. Louisiana-Lafayette 13 0-3 0.0
Arkansas State 13 0-2 0.0
Louisiana-Monroe 13 0-2 0.0
Middle Tennessee 12 0-1 0.0
South Alabama 13 0-0 0.0
FIU 12 0-0 0.0
FAU 12 0-0 0.0
8. WKU 13 1-2 50.0
Troy 12 1-2 50.0
10. North Texas 12 1-1 100.0
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RUSHING Team Cl G Att Yds Avg TD Long Yds/G
1. Andrews, A. WKU JR 13 304 1728 5.7 11 53 132.9
2. Southward, S. TROY SR 12 194 1012 5.2 10 55 84.3
3. Oku, David ASU JR 13 243 1061 4.4 16 40 81.6
4. Harris, Alonzo ULL SO 12 170 881 5.2 10 68 73.4
5. Byrd, Brandin NT JR 12 205 860 4.2 4 85 71.7
6. Rhodes, Kedrick FIU JR 10 167 714 4.3 4 38 71.4
7. Parker, Jordan MT FR 12 166 856 5.2 3 98 71.3
8. Broadway, Terra ULL SO 13 119 769 6.5 9 77 59.2
9. Wallace, J. FAU JR 11 175 648 3.7 6 46 58.9
10. Jimmerson, A. NT FR 10 108 544 5.0 5 45 54.4
INTERCEPTIONS Team Cl G Int Yds TD Long Int/G
1. Dowling, J. WKU SO 12 6 111 1 39 0.50
2. Gillis, Rodney ULL SR 13 5 50 0 31 0.38
3. Byard, Kevin MT FR 12 4 167 2 77 0.33
Cyprien, John FIU SR 12 4 32 0 35 0.33
5. Herrold, Nathan ASU SR 13 4 119 0 45 0.31
Pearson, Tyrell USA FR 13 4 94 0 38 0.31
Newsome, Isaiah ULM JR 13 4 33 0 14 0.31
Moten, Jermarlo ULL SR 13 4 13 0 13 0.31
9. Trawick, B. TROY SR 12 3 123 1 70 0.25
Harley, Jajuan MT JR 12 3 37 0 26 0.25
PASSING AVG/GAME Team Cl G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Avg/G
1. Robinson, Corey TROY JR 11 390 258 9 66.2 3141 12 285.5
2. Aplin, Ryan ASU SR 13 406 276 4 68.0 3342 24 257.1
3. Browning, K ULM JR 12 428 273 10 63.8 3049 29 254.1
4. Medlock, Jake FIU SO 9 263 152 2 57.8 2127 13 236.3
5. Wilbert, Graham FAU SR 12 405 261 6 64.4 2814 18 234.5
6. Thompson, Derek NT JR 12 369 213 14 57.7 2638 14 219.8
7. Broadway, Terra ULL SO 13 315 206 9 65.4 2842 17 218.6
8. Kilgore, Logan MT JR 12 335 212 6 63.3 2571 16 214.2
9. Jakes, Kawaun WKU SR 13 312 200 11 64.1 2488 22 191.4
10. Metheny, Ross USA FR 13 345 189 12 54.8 2148 12 165.2
PASS EFFICIENCY Team Cl G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Ef.
1. Aplin, Ryan ASU SR 13 406 276 4 68.0 3342 24 154.7
2. Anthony, Deon TROY JR 12 112 78 3 69.6 836 9 153.5
3. Broadway, Terra ULL SO 13 315 206 9 65.4 2842 17 153.3
4. Jakes, Kawaun WKU SR 13 312 200 11 64.1 2488 22 147.3
5. Browning, K ULM JR 12 428 273 10 63.8 3049 29 141.3
6. Medlock, Jake FIU SO 9 263 152 2 57.8 2127 13 140.5
7. Kilgore, Logan MT JR 12 335 212 6 63.3 2571 16 139.9
8. Robinson, Corey TROY JR 11 390 258 9 66.2 3141 12 139.3
9. Wilbert, Graham FAU SR 12 405 261 6 64.4 2814 18 134.5
10. Wells, Cody ULM SR 12 103 66 4 64.1 700 4 126.2
TOTAL OFFENSE Team Cl G Rush Pass Plays Total Yds/G
1. Browning, K ULM JR 12 488 3049 574 3537 294.8
2. Aplin, Ryan ASU SR 13 438 3342 510 3780 290.8
3. Robinson, Corey TROY JR 11 -47 3141 411 3094 281.3
4. Broadway, Terra ULL SO 13 769 2842 434 3611 277.8
5. Medlock, Jake FIU SO 9 236 2127 350 2363 262.6
6. Wilbert, Graham FAU SR 12 63 2814 469 2877 239.8
7. Thompson, Derek NT JR 12 26 2638 408 2664 222.0
8. Kilgore, Logan MT JR 12 72 2571 357 2643 220.2
9. Jakes, Kawaun WKU SR 13 58 2488 378 2546 195.8
10. Metheny, Ross USA FR 13 141 2148 444 2289 176.1
PUNT RETURN AVG Team Cl G Ret Yds TD Long Avg
1. Andrews, A. WKU JR 13 19 234 1 70 12.3
2. Glover, T.J. USA FR 13 14 123 0 37 8.8
3. Leonard, Brent ULM SR 13 17 139 0 22 8.2
4. Jones, Travis FAU JR 12 19 151 0 48 7.9
5. Albert, Justin TROY SR 12 18 141 0 54 7.8
6. Times, Wayne FIU SR 12 12 79 0 21 6.6
RECEPTIONS/GAME Team Cl G Rec Yds TD Long Avg/C Rec/G
1. Leonard, Brent ULM SR 13 104 1118 10 39 10.8 8.00
2. McKissic, J.D. ASU FR 13 103 1022 5 74 9.9 7.92
3. Amos, Anthony MT SR 12 72 992 9 52 13.8 6.00
4. Times, Wayne FIU SR 12 66 602 2 22 9.1 5.50
5. Reeves, Chip TROY SR 12 65 1050 6 76 16.2 5.42
6. Peoples, Harry ULL SR 12 64 817 5 78 12.8 5.33
7. Dukes, William FAU SO 12 63 979 4 75 15.5 5.25
8. Hamm, Je’Ron ULM JR 13 62 915 6 61 14.8 4.77
9. Thomas, Eric TROY JR 12 55 667 7 67 12.1 4.58
10. Maye, Tavarese ULM JR 13 56 612 4 81 10.9 4.31
KICK RETURN AVG Team Cl G Ret Yds TD Long Avg
1. Whatley, Reggie MT SO 12 25 762 1 96 30.5
2. Leonard, R. FIU SO 12 26 758 1 100 29.2
3. Andrews, A. WKU JR 13 28 767 0 58 27.4
4. Glover, T.J. USA FR 13 27 642 0 48 23.8
5. Worthy, C. TROY SO 12 23 507 0 39 22.0
6. Davis, Cortney ULM FR 13 34 748 0 51 22.0
7. Brown, Jeremy NT SR 12 15 324 0 35 21.6
8. Surgent, Darryl ULL JR 13 39 743 0 41 19.1
9. Hayes, Rocky ASU FR 13 20 380 0 36 19.0
RECEIVE YDS/GAME Team Cl G Rec Yds TD Long Avg/C Yds/G
1. Reeves, Chip TROY SR 12 65 1050 6 76 16.2 87.5
2. Leonard, Brent ULM SR 13 104 1118 10 39 10.8 86.0
3. Amos, Anthony MT SR 12 72 992 9 52 13.8 82.7
4. Dukes, William FAU SO 12 63 979 4 75 15.5 81.6
5. McKissic, J.D. ASU FR 13 103 1022 5 74 9.9 78.6
6. Hamm, Je’Ron ULM JR 13 62 915 6 61 14.8 70.4
7. Peoples, Harry ULL SR 12 64 817 5 78 12.8 68.1
8. Thomas, Eric TROY JR 12 55 667 7 67 12.1 55.6
9. Lawson, Javone ULL SR 11 40 611 5 55 15.3 55.5
10. Wright, Willis FIU JR 12 25 633 5 67 25.3 52.8
PUNTING Team Cl G Punt Yds Long Avg
1. Brakefeld, H. WKU JR 13 45 1896 74 42.1
2. Baer, Brett ULL SR 13 59 2478 69 42.0
3. Atterberry, W. NT SR 12 70 2888 67 41.3
4. Scott, Will TROY JR 12 54 2215 58 41.0
5. Davis, Josh MT JR 12 42 1689 64 40.2
6. Brisk, Josh FIU SR 10 47 1882 57 40.0
7. Manton, Justin ULM SO 13 48 1912 66 39.8
8. Kelly, Sean FAU FR 11 64 2542 68 39.7
9. Garber, Scott USA FR 13 72 2852 69 39.6
10. Sullivent, N. ASU SR 13 28 1056 58 37.7
ALL PURPOSE Team Cl G Rush Rcv PR KR Yds Avg/G
1. Andrews, A. WKU JR 13 1728 432 234 767 3161 243.2
2. Southward, S. TROY SR 12 1012 362 0 0 1374 114.5
3. Surgent, Darryl ULL JR 13 -2 569 17 743 1327 102.1
4. Oku, David ASU JR 13 1061 159 0 71 1291 99.3
5. Leonard, Brent ULM SR 13 21 1118 139 0 1278 98.3
6. Rhodes, Kedrick FIU JR 10 714 237 0 0 951 95.1
7. Worthy, C. TROY SO 12 79 544 0 507 1130 94.2
8. Glover, T.J. USA FR 13 210 206 123 642 1181 90.8
9. Reeves, Chip TROY SR 12 7 1050 0 0 1057 88.1
10. Amos, Anthony MT SR 12 0 992 0 0 992 82.7
SCORING Team Cl G TD XPT FG 2XP Pts Pts/G
1. Baer, Brett ULL SR 13 0 53 20 0 113 8.7
2. Davis, Brian ASU JR 13 0 53 17 0 104 8.0
Oku, David ASU JR 13 17 0 0 2 104 8.0
4. Scott, Will TROY JR 12 0 40 17 0 91 7.6
5. Lopez, Carlos MT SR 12 0 36 17 0 87 7.2
6. Andrews, A. WKU JR 13 15 0 0 0 90 6.9
7. Chapuseaux, M. USA FR 13 0 24 20 0 84 6.5
8. Schwettman, G. WKU FR 12 0 42 10 0 72 6.0
9. Manton, Justin ULM SO 13 0 57 5 0 72 5.5
10. Olen, Zach NT JR 12 0 28 11 0 61 5.1
SCORING (TDs) Team Cl G TD Rush Pass Ret PAT Pts Pts/G
1. Oku, David ASU JR 13 17 16 1 0 1 104 8.0
2. Andrews, A. WKU JR 13 15 11 3 1 0 90 6.9
3. Harris, Alonzo ULL SO 12 10 10 0 0 0 60 5.0
Southward, S. TROY SR 12 10 10 0 0 0 60 5.0
5. Mallary,Darian FIU SR 11 9 9 0 0 0 54 4.9
6. Jimmerson, A. NT FR 10 8 5 3 0 0 48 4.8
7. Leonard, Brent ULM SR 13 10 0 10 0 0 60 4.6
8. Amos, Anthony MT SR 12 9 0 9 0 0 54 4.5
9. Broadway, Terra ULL SO 13 9 9 0 0 0 54 4.2
10. Anthony, Deon TROY JR 12 8 8 0 0 0 48 4.0
FIELD GOALS Team Cl G FG FGA Pct. FG/G
1. Baer, Brett ULL SR 13 20 23 87.0 1.54
Chapuseaux, M. USA FR 13 20 27 74.1 1.54
3. Scott, Will TROY JR 12 17 21 81.0 1.42
Lopez, Carlos MT SR 12 17 22 77.3 1.42
5. Davis, Brian ASU JR 13 17 21 81.0 1.31
6. Olen, Zach NT JR 12 11 16 68.8 0.92
7. Schwettman, G. WKU FR 12 10 13 76.9 0.83
8. Grif n, Jack FIU SR 12 9 16 56.2 0.75
9. Anderson, Mitch FAU JR 10 7 14 50.0 0.70
10. Manton, Justin ULM SO 13 5 9 55.6 0.38
SCORING (KICK) Team Cl G PATs FGs Pts Pts/G
1. Baer, Brett ULL SR 13 53-56 20-23 113 8.7
2. Davis, Brian ASU JR 13 53-56 17-21 104 8.0
3. Scott, Will TROY JR 12 40-42 17-21 91 7.6
4. Lopez, Carlos MT SR 12 36-36 17-22 87 7.2
5. Chapuseaux, M. USA FR 13 24-24 20-27 84 6.5
6. Schwettman, G. WKU FR 12 42-43 10-13 72 6.0
7. Manton, Justin ULM SO 13 57-58 5-9 72 5.5
8. Olen, Zach NT JR 12 28-29 11-16 61 5.1
9. Grif n, Jack FIU SR 12 33-36 9-16 60 5.0
10. Anderson, Mitch FAU JR 10 23-24 7-14 44 4.4
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PAT KICKING PCT Team Cl G Made Att Pct.
1. Lopez, Carlos MT SR 12 36 36 100.0
2. Manton, Justin ULM SO 13 57 58 98.3
3. Schwettman, G. WKU FR 12 42 43 97.7
4. Olen, Zach NT JR 12 28 29 96.6
5. Anderson, Mitch FAU JR 10 23 24 95.8
6. Scott, Will TROY JR 12 40 42 95.2
7. Davis, Brian ASU JR 13 53 56 94.6
Baer, Brett ULL SR 13 53 56 94.6
9. Grif n, Jack FIU SR 12 33 36 91.7
TACKLES (All positions)
Player Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Total Avg/G Sack
1. Johnson, Jake USA FR 13 71 60 131 10.1 3.0
2. Jackson, Andrew WKU JR 13 LB 80 42 122 9.4 2.0
3. Orr, Zachary NT JR 12 56 52 108 9.0 0.0
4. Herrold, Nathan ASU SR 13 LB 48 66 114 8.8 2.0
5. Harstad, B. FAU SR 12 61 42 103 8.6 1.0
6. Lee, Qushaun ASU SO 12 LB 59 41 100 8.3 0.0
7. Williams, Enrqe USA FR 13 50 55 105 8.1 0.0
Anderson, Justi ULL SO 13 LB 70 35 105 8.1 2.0
9. Cyprien, John FIU SR 12 SS 54 39 93 7.8 0.0
10. Davis, Kanorris TROY SR 11 LB 65 18 83 7.5 0.0
11. Akunne, Derek NT SO 12 51 39 90 7.5 2.0
12. Young, R.J. ULM SR 13 42 52 94 7.2 0.0
13. Jackson, H. NT JR 12 59 25 84 7.0 1.0
14. Trawick, B. TROY SR 12 DB 50 33 83 6.9 0.0
15. Allen, Craig MT JR 12 LB 60 22 82 6.8 1.0
16. Hinds, David FAU SR 12 39 41 80 6.7 1.0
17. Fraser, Winston FIU SR 12 LB 48 31 79 6.6 2.0
18. Scott, B.J. USA FR 13 49 35 84 6.5 1.0
19. Bryan, Brannon TROY SR 12 LB 50 27 77 6.4 0.0
20. Young, Kiante WKU JR 13 DB 59 24 83 6.4 0.0
21. Blunt, Roderic MT JR 12 LB 37 38 75 6.2 0.0
22. Byard, Kevin MT FR 12 49 25 74 6.2 0.0
Harley, Jajuan MT JR 12 38 36 74 6.2 0.0
Hunt, Jordan FIU SR 12 LB 44 30 74 6.2 1.0
25. Boyd, Xavius WKU JR 13 LB 42 37 79 6.1 0.5
26. Lee. Lairamie NT SO 12 38 34 72 6.0 0.0
27. Kirk, Andrae FAU SO 12 24 46 70 5.8 0.0
28. Gillis, Rodney ULL SR 13 46 29 75 5.8 0.0
29. Glanton, A. FAU FR 11 34 29 63 5.7 1.0
30. Jones, Don ASU SR 13 45 29 74 5.7 0.0
31. Dowling, J. WKU SO 12 DB 43 25 68 5.7 0.0
32. Starson, Tim ASU SR 13 DE 26 47 73 5.6 5.0
33. McKnight, J. FAU JR 9 26 24 50 5.6 0.0
34. Pickett, Chris TROY JR 11 DB 43 18 61 5.5 0.0
35. Young, Sterling ASU SO 13 DB 40 31 71 5.5 0.0
Brigham, Terrel USA FR 13 42 29 71 5.5 0.0
Smith, Cordero ULM SO 13 44 27 71 5.5 0.0
38. Trice, Marcus NT JR 12 40 23 63 5.2 0.0
39. Eddie, Vincent ULM JR 13 47 21 68 5.2 0.0
Carrethers, R. ASU JR 13 DL 17 51 68 5.2 1.0
Lewis, R ULM SO 13 44 24 68 5.2 0.0
42. Miller, Sam FIU JR 12 CB 38 24 62 5.2 2.0
43. Moten, Jermarlo ULL SR 13 CB 48 17 65 5.0 0.0
Whitfeld, Zac NT FR 12 37 23 60 5.0 0.0
45. Page, Alex USA FR 13 28 36 64 4.9 6.0
46. Phillips, J. NT SR 11 24 30 54 4.9 0.0
47. Mitchell, Henry ULM SR 13 41 22 63 4.8 0.5
Stovall, Ray ULM SO 13 41 22 63 4.8 3.0
49. Grace, Chuck FIU SR 12 38 20 58 4.8 0.0
50. Nelms, Nick ASU SR 13 LB 24 38 62 4.8 0.5
SACKS Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Yds Total Avg/G
1. Smith, Q. WKU SR 10 DL 12 1 84 12.5 1.25
2. Ringo, Christia ULL SO 13 DL 6 2 41 7.0 0.54
3. Williams, Tour. FIU SR 12 DE 5 3 56 6.5 0.54
4. Onyenekwu, Emek ULL SR 13 DE 6 1 35 6.5 0.50
5. Page, Alex USA FR 13 6 0 47 6.0 0.46
6. Obi, K.C. NT SR 12 5 1 40 5.5 0.46
7. Bellazin, Aaron NT JR 12 5 0 52 5.0 0.42
8. Starson, Tim ASU SR 13 DE 3 4 23 5.0 0.38
Hagans, Cordian ULL SR 13 DE 4 2 21 5.0 0.38
10. Francois, G. FIU SO 11 DE 4 1 30 4.5 0.41
TACKLES FOR LOSS Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Yds Total Avg/G
1. Smith, Q. WKU SR 10 DL 18 1 122 18.5 1.85
2. Jackson, Andrew WKU JR 13 LB 13 9 60 17.5 1.35
3. Johnson, Jake USA FR 13 11 8 49 15.0 1.15
4. Williams, Tour. FIU SR 12 DE 11 7 85 14.5 1.21
5. Onyenekwu, Emek ULL SR 13 DE 11 6 51 14.0 1.08
6. Stovall, Ray ULM SO 13 11 5 51 13.5 1.04
7. Starson, Tim ASU SR 13 DE 6 14 49 13.0 1.00
8. Page, Alex USA FR 13 9 5 61 11.5 0.88
9. Ringo, Christia ULL SO 13 DL 9 3 51 10.5 0.81
10. Obi, K.C. NT SR 12 8 5 47 10.5 0.88
FUMBLES FORCED Team Cl G Num Avg/G
1. Porter, Eddie ASU JR 12 4 0.33
2. Jackson, Andrew WKU JR 13 4 0.31
3. Smith, Q. WKU SR 10 3 0.30
4. Pickett, Chris TROY JR 11 3 0.27
5. Hamilton, Justi ULL SO 12 3 0.25
Bastien, S. MT SO 12 3 0.25
7. Dangerfeld, K. MT SR 10 2 0.20
8. Davis, Kanorris TROY SR 11 2 0.18
9. Lee, Qushaun ASU SO 12 2 0.17
Miller, Zach TROY 12 2 0.17
FUMBLES RCVD Team Cl G Num Avg/G
1. Young, R.J. ULM SR 13 3 0.23
2. Bryant, T.J. TROY SR 10 2 0.20
3. Burke, Khari MT SO 11 2 0.18
4. Hudson, Camren TROY JR 12 2 0.17
Hinds, David FAU SR 12 2 0.17
Terry, De’Von TROY SR 12 2 0.17
Trice, Marcus NT JR 12 2 0.17
McLendon, Omar MT SR 12 2 0.17
9. Wright, Arius WKU JR 13 2 0.15
Herrold, Nathan ASU SR 13 2 0.15
PASSES DEFENDED Team Cl G Brup Int Total Avg/G
1. Whitfeld, Zac NT FR 12 12 3 15 1.25
2. Pearson, Tyrell USA FR 13 11 4 15 1.15
3. Dowling, J. WKU SO 12 7 6 13 1.08
4. Moten, Jermarlo ULL SR 13 8 4 12 0.92
5. Smith, D’Joun FAU SO 10 8 1 9 0.90
6. Gillis, Rodney ULL SR 13 5 5 10 0.77
Lewis, R ULM SO 13 8 2 10 0.77
Thomas, Cam WKU SO 13 7 3 10 0.77
White, Melvin ULL SR 13 10 0 10 0.77
10. Cyprien, John FIU SR 12 5 4 9 0.75
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Points
63 Louisiana-Monroe at Tulane (Sep 29, 2012)
56 Arkansas State vs ALCORN (Sep 22, 2012)
Points scored kicking
20 Arkansas State at Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 23, 2012) ....................................... [5fg,5pat]
16 Louisiana-Lafayette vs LAMAR (Sep 01, 2012) ..................................................... [4fg,4pat]
Touchdowns
9 Louisiana-Monroe at Tulane (Sep 29, 2012)
8 Arkansas State vs ALCORN (Sep 22, 2012)
Total ofense yards
721 Troy at Tennessee (Nov 03, 2012) .......................................................................... [225r,496p]
634 Arkansas State vs ALCORN (Sep 22, 2012) ......................................................... [396r,238p]
Total ofense plays
103 Louisiana-Monroe vs ARKANSAS (Sep 08, 2012) .................................................. [35r,68p]
102 Troy vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Sep 08, 2012) ...................................................... [27r,75p]
Total ofense yards/play
9.0 WKU vs AUSTIN PEAY (Sep 01, 2012) ......................................................................... [66-596]
8.8 Arkansas State vs ALCORN (Sep 22, 2012) ............................................................... [72-634]
Rushing yards
396 Arkansas State vs ALCORN (Sep 22, 2012)
369 WKU vs SOUTHERN MISS (Sep 22, 2012)
Rushing attempts
57 North Texas vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 08, 2012)
56 Arkansas State vs ALCORN (Sep 22, 2012)
Yards per rush
9.5 Louisiana-Lafayette vs WKU (Nov 17, 2012) ............................................................ [34-324]
7.7 WKU vs SOUTHERN MISS (Sep 22, 2012) .................................................................. [48-369]
Rushing TDs
5 Middle Tennessee at Georgia Tech (Sep 29, 2012)
4 North Texas vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 08, 2012)
4 Louisiana-Monroe vs BAYLOR (Sep 21, 2012)
4 Arkansas State vs ALCORN (Sep 22, 2012)
4 Louisiana-Monroe at Tulane (Sep 29, 2012)
4 Louisiana vs FIU (Sep 29, 2012)
4 Arkansas State at FIU (Oct 04, 2012)
4 Arkansas State at Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 23, 2012)
4 Arkansas State vs LOUISIANA-MONROE (Nov 08, 2012)
4 Louisiana-Lafayette vs SOUTH ALABAMA (Nov 24, 2012)
4 Louisiana-Lafayette at FAU (Dec 01, 2012)
4 Louisiana-Lafayette vs East Carolina (Dec 22, 2012)
Longest rush
98 Middle Tennessee vs TROY (Nov 24, 2012)
85 North Texas vs SOUTH ALABAMA (Nov 10, 2012)
Passing yards
528 Troy vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Sep 08, 2012)
496 Troy at Tennessee (Nov 03, 2012)
Passing Attempts
75 Troy vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Sep 08, 2012)
68 Louisiana-Monroe vs ARKANSAS (Sep 08, 2012)

Passing TDs
4 WKU vs AUSTIN PEAY (Sep 01, 2012)
4 WKU vs LOUISIANA-MONROE (Oct 20, 2012)
4 Louisiana-Monroe at WKU (Oct 20, 2012)
4 FAU vs TROY (Oct 27, 2012)
4 Louisiana-Monroe vs SOUTH ALABAMA (Oct 27, 2012)
4 Louisiana-Lafayette at Louisiana-Monroe (Nov 03, 2012)
4 Arkansas State at Troy (Nov 17, 2012)
Longest pass
86 Louisiana-Lafayette vs LAMAR (Sep 01, 2012)
81 Louisiana-Lafayette at Louisiana-Monroe (Nov 03, 2012)
81 Louisiana-Monroe vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Nov 03, 2012)
Passes completed
50 Troy vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Sep 08, 2012)
42 Louisiana-Monroe vs ARKANSAS (Sep 08, 2012)
Had intercepted
3 Troy at South Alabama (Sep 29, 2012)
3 Louisiana-Lafayette vs ARKANSAS STATE (Oct 23, 2012)
3 North Texas at Middle Tennessee (Oct 27, 2012)
3 WKU vs FAU (Nov 10, 2012)
3 South Alabama vs MIDDLE TENNESSEE (Nov 17, 2012)
3 Louisiana-Monroe vs OHIO (Dec 28, 2012)
Pass completion pct
90.5 Arkansas State vs MIDDLE TENNESSEE (Dec 01, 2012) ...........................................[19-21]
89.3 North Texas at Kansas State (Sep 15, 2012) ................................................................[25-28]
Passing yards/attempt
15.1 Louisiana-Lafayette vs SOUTH ALABAMA (Nov 24, 2012) .................................. [24-362]
14.9 Arkansas State vs ALCORN (Sep 22, 2012) ............................................................... [16-238]
Yards per catch
25.9 Louisiana-Lafayette vs SOUTH ALABAMA (Nov 24, 2012) .................................. [14-362]
19.7 North Texas vs TROY (Sep 22, 2012) ........................................................................... [12-236]
Field goal attempts
5 FAU at South Alabama (Oct 20, 2012)
5 Arkansas State at Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 23, 2012)
Field goals made
5 Arkansas State at Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 23, 2012)
4 Louisiana-Lafayette vs LAMAR (Sep 01, 2012)
4 Troy vs ARKANSAS STATE (Nov 17, 2012)
Longest feld goal
53 South Alabama vs TROY (Sep 29, 2012)
53 FAU at Navy (Nov 03, 2012)
Field goal pct
100.0 Arkansas State at Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 23, 2012) ..................................................[5-5]
100.0 Louisiana-Lafayette vs LAMAR (Sep 01, 2012) ................................................................[4-4]
100.0 Troy vs ARKANSAS STATE (Nov 17, 2012) .........................................................................[4-4]
100.0 Louisiana-Lafayette at Troy (Sep 08, 2012) ......................................................................[3-3]
100.0 North Texas vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Oct 16, 2012) ................................................[3-3]
100.0 South Alabama vs FAU (Oct 20, 2012) ...............................................................................[3-3]
100.0 Louisiana-Lafayette vs East Carolina (Dec 22, 2012) ....................................................[3-3]
100.0 Middle Tennessee vs MCNEESE STATE (Aug 30, 2012) .................................................[2-2]
100.0 North Texas vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 08, 2012) ..........................................................[2-2]
100.0 Arkansas State at Nebraska (Sep 15, 2012)......................................................................[2-2]
100.0 Middle Tennessee at MEMPHIS (Sep 15, 2012)...............................................................[2-2]
100.0 WKU at Arkansas State (Sep 29, 2012)...............................................................................[2-2]
100.0 Arkansas State vs WKU (Sep 29, 2012) ..............................................................................[2-2]
100.0 Louisiana vs FIU (Sep 29, 2012) ............................................................................................[2-2]
100.0 North Texas at FAU (Sep 29, 2012) ......................................................................................[2-2]
100.0 FIU vs ARKANSAS STATE (Oct 04, 2012) ............................................................................[2-2]
100.0 Middle Tennessee at FIU (Oct 13, 2012) ............................................................................[2-2]
100.0 Troy at FAU (Oct 27, 2012) ......................................................................................................[2-2]
100.0 Middle Tennessee at WKU (Nov 01, 2012) ........................................................................[2-2]
100.0 Troy at Tennessee (Nov 03, 2012) ........................................................................................[2-2]
100.0 Louisiana-Lafayette at Florida (Nov 10, 2012) ................................................................[2-2]
100.0 Troy vs NAVY (Nov 10, 2012) .................................................................................................[2-2]
100.0 WKU at Louisiana-Lafayette (Nov 17, 2012) ....................................................................[2-2]
100.0 South Alabama vs MIDDLE TENNESSEE (Nov 17, 2012) ..............................................[2-2]
100.0 WKU vs NORTH TEXAS (Nov 24, 2012) ...............................................................................[2-2]
PAT kicks attempted
9 Louisiana-Monroe at Tulane (Sep 29, 2012)
8 Arkansas State vs ALCORN (Sep 22, 2012)
PAT kicks made
9 Louisiana-Monroe at Tulane (Sep 29, 2012)
8 Arkansas State vs ALCORN (Sep 22, 2012)
2-point PAT attempts
2 FIU at Duke (Sep 01, 2012)
2 FAU vs TROY (Oct 27, 2012)
2 WKU vs NORTH TEXAS (Nov 24, 2012)
2-point PATs made
1 Middle Tennessee vs MCNEESE STATE (Aug 30, 2012)
1 WKU at Kentucky (Sep 15, 2012)
1 North Texas at Kansas State (Sep 15, 2012)
1 Arkansas State vs SOUTH ALABAMA (Oct 13, 2012)
1 Louisiana-Monroe at WKU (Oct 20, 2012)
1 FAU vs TROY (Oct 27, 2012)
1 Troy at Tennessee (Nov 03, 2012)
1 Troy vs ARKANSAS STATE (Nov 17, 2012)
1 Middle Tennessee vs TROY (Nov 24, 2012)
Punts
10 FIU vs AKRON (Sep 08, 2012)
9 Troy at North Texas (Sep 22, 2012)
9 FIU at Louisiana (Sep 29, 2012)
9 South Alabama vs TROY (Sep 29, 2012)
9 North Texas vs SOUTH ALABAMA (Nov 10, 2012)
Longest punt
74 WKU vs Central Michigan (Dec 26, 2012)
69 South Alabama vs NICHOLLS STATE (Sep 08, 2012)
69 Louisiana-Lafayette at Troy (Sep 08, 2012)
Yards punted
406 FIU vs AKRON (Sep 08, 2012) ........................................................................................ [10-406]
395 FAU at Alabama (Sep 22, 2012) .......................................................................................[8-395]
Punting avg
53.5 Troy vs WKU (Oct 11, 2012) ...............................................................................................[2-107]
49.4 FAU at Alabama (Sep 22, 2012) .......................................................................................[8-395]
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Punt returns
8 FIU vs AKRON (Sep 08, 2012)
5 Louisiana-Monroe vs ARKANSAS (Sep 08, 2012)
5 WKU vs FAU (Nov 10, 2012)
Punt return yards
92 FIU vs AKRON (Sep 08, 2012)
74 WKU vs AUSTIN PEAY (Sep 01, 2012)
Punt return avg
22.0 Troy vs NAVY (Nov 10, 2012) .............................................................................................. [2-44]
18.5 WKU vs AUSTIN PEAY (Sep 01, 2012) .............................................................................. [4-74]
18.5 South Alabama vs TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO (Sep 01, 2012) ........................................ [2-37]
Punt return TDs
1 WKU vs AUSTIN PEAY (Sep 01, 2012)
1 FIU vs AKRON (Sep 08, 2012)
1 Louisiana-Lafayette at Florida (Nov 10, 2012)
Longest punt return
70 WKU vs AUSTIN PEAY (Sep 01, 2012)
54 Troy vs WKU (Oct 11, 2012)
Kick returns
8 FIU at Louisiana (Sep 29, 2012)
8 Louisiana-Lafayette vs ARKANSAS STATE (Oct 23, 2012)
Kick return yards
241 Middle Tennessee vs MCNEESE STATE (Aug 30, 2012)
222 Middle Tennessee at WKU (Nov 01, 2012)
Kick return avg
47.5 South Alabama vs TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO (Sep 01, 2012) ........................................ [2-95]
40.2 Middle Tennessee vs MCNEESE STATE (Aug 30, 2012) ............................................[6-241]
Longest kick return
100 FIU at FAU (Nov 16, 2012)
96 Middle Tennessee at WKU (Nov 01, 2012)
Kick return TDs
1 Middle Tennessee at WKU (Nov 01, 2012)
1 FIU at FAU (Nov 16, 2012)
Interceptions
4 WKU at Kentucky (Sep 15, 2012)
3 North Texas vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 08, 2012)
3 Louisiana-Monroe at Tulane (Sep 29, 2012)
3 South Alabama vs TROY (Sep 29, 2012)
3 Arkansas State at Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 23, 2012)
3 Middle Tennessee vs NORTH TEXAS (Oct 27, 2012)
3 FAU at WKU (Nov 10, 2012)
3 Middle Tennessee at South Alabama (Nov 17, 2012)
Interception return yds
99 Middle Tennessee vs TROY (Nov 24, 2012)
70 WKU at Kentucky (Sep 15, 2012)
70 Troy vs ARKANSAS STATE (Nov 17, 2012)
Interception return avg
49.5 Middle Tennessee vs TROY (Nov 24, 2012) ................................................................... [2-99]
34.5 Louisiana-Lafayette vs TULANE (Oct 06, 2012) ............................................................ [2-69]
Longest interception rtn
77 Middle Tennessee vs TROY (Nov 24, 2012)
70 Troy vs ARKANSAS STATE (Nov 17, 2012)
Interception return TDs
1 FAU at Georgia (Sep 15, 2012)
1 Middle Tennessee at MEMPHIS (Sep 15, 2012)
1 Louisiana-Monroe at Tulane (Sep 29, 2012)
1 Louisiana-Lafayette vs TULANE (Oct 06, 2012)
1 Troy vs ARKANSAS STATE (Nov 17, 2012)
1 Middle Tennessee vs TROY (Nov 24, 2012)
1 WKU vs NORTH TEXAS (Nov 24, 2012)
Fumbles lost
4 FAU vs WAGNER (Aug 31, 2012)
3 South Alabama vs TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO (Sep 01, 2012)
3 WKU at Alabama (Sep 08, 2012)
3 Arkansas State vs SOUTH ALABAMA (Oct 13, 2012)
3 FIU vs WKU (Oct 27, 2012)
3 Troy at Middle Tennessee (Nov 24, 2012)
Fumbles recovered
4 Arkansas State at Nebraska (Sep 15, 2012)
3 Troy at UAB (Sep 1, 2012)
3 Louisiana-Lafayette vs LAMAR (Sep 01, 2012)
3 Middle Tennessee at MEMPHIS (Sep 15, 2012)
3 Middle Tennessee at Georgia Tech (Sep 29, 2012)
3 South Alabama at Arkansas State (Oct 13, 2012)
3 WKU at FIU (Oct 27, 2012)
3 Middle Tennessee vs TROY (Nov 24, 2012)
Sacked by opp
9 FIU vs WKU (Oct 27, 2012)
7 South Alabama at NC State (Sep 15, 2012)
QB sacks
9 WKU at FIU (Oct 27, 2012)
6 South Alabama vs NICHOLLS STATE (Sep 08, 2012)
6 WKU at Alabama (Sep 08, 2012)
6 Louisiana-Monroe at FIU (Nov 24, 2012)
Turnovers committed
5 Troy at South Alabama (Sep 29, 2012)
5 Louisiana-Lafayette vs ARKANSAS STATE (Oct 23, 2012)
5 Troy at Middle Tennessee (Nov 24, 2012)
Turnovers caused
5 South Alabama vs TROY (Sep 29, 2012)
5 Arkansas State at Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 23, 2012)
5 Middle Tennessee vs TROY (Nov 24, 2012)
Kicks blocked
3 South Alabama vs FAU (Oct 20, 2012)
1 WKU vs AUSTIN PEAY (Sep 01, 2012)
1 South Alabama vs TROY (Sep 29, 2012)
1 Troy at South Alabama (Sep 29, 2012)
1 South Alabama at Arkansas State (Oct 13, 2012)
1 Middle Tennessee at FIU (Oct 13, 2012)
1 Louisiana-Monroe vs SOUTH ALABAMA (Oct 27, 2012)
1 Arkansas State vs LOUISIANA-MONROE (Nov 08, 2012)
1 Louisiana-Lafayette at Florida (Nov 10, 2012)
1 FAU vs FIU (Nov 16, 2012)
1 Louisiana-Lafayette vs SOUTH ALABAMA (Nov 24, 2012)
1 Louisiana-Monroe at FIU (Nov 24, 2012)
1 Louisiana-Lafayette at FAU (Dec 01, 2012)
1 WKU vs Central Michigan (Dec 26, 2012)
First downs
34 Arkansas State vs MEMPHIS (Sep 08, 2012)
34 Troy vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Sep 08, 2012)
34 Troy at Tennessee (Nov 03, 2012)
1st downs rushing
23 Arkansas State vs ALCORN (Sep 22, 2012)
17 North Texas vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 08, 2012)
17 Arkansas State vs MEMPHIS (Sep 08, 2012)
17 Middle Tennessee at FIU (Oct 13, 2012)
1st downs passing
25 Troy vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Sep 08, 2012)
22 Louisiana-Monroe vs ARKANSAS (Sep 08, 2012)
1st downs by penalty
6 Troy at South Alabama (Sep 29, 2012)
5 Troy vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Sep 08, 2012)
5 Louisiana-Monroe at Auburn (Sep 15, 2012)
5 South Alabama vs FAU (Oct 20, 2012)
5 Arkansas State at Troy (Nov 17, 2012)
5 South Alabama at Hawai`i (Dec 01, 2012)
Penalties
15 South Alabama vs TROY (Sep 29, 2012)
13 South Alabama at Arkansas State (Oct 13, 2012)
Penalties yards
142 FIU at Louisiana (Sep 29, 2012)
142 South Alabama vs TROY (Sep 29, 2012)
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Points scored
30 Cunningham, B. (Middle Tennessee) at Georgia Tech (Sep 29, 2012)
24 Leonard, Brent (Louisiana-Monroe) vs SOUTH ALABAMA (Oct 27, 2012)
Touchdowns
5 Cunningham, B. (Middle Tennessee) at Georgia Tech (Sep 29, 2012)
4 Leonard, Brent (Louisiana-Monroe) vs SOUTH ALABAMA (Oct 27, 2012)
TD responsibility
6 Browning, K (Louisiana-Monroe) at WKU (Oct 20, 2012) .................................................. [2r,4p]
5 Jakes, Kawaun (WKU) vs AUSTIN PEAY (Sep 01, 2012) ...................................................... [1r,4p]
5 Cunningham, B. (Middle Tennessee) at Georgia Tech (Sep 29, 2012) .......................... [5r,0p]
5 Anthony, Deon (Troy) vs FIU (Oct 20, 2012) .......................................................................... [2r,3p]
5 Jakes, Kawaun (WKU) vs LOUISIANA-MONROE (Oct 20, 2012) ....................................... [1r,4p]
5 Broadway, Terra (Louisiana-Lafayette) at Louisiana-Monroe (Nov 03, 2012) ............ [1r,4p]
Points scored kicking
20 Davis, Brian (Arkansas State) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 23, 2012) ...................... [5fg,5pat]
16 Baer, Brett (Louisiana-Lafayette) vs LAMAR (Sep 01, 2012)....................................... [4fg,4pat]
Total ofense yards
481 Browning, K (Louisiana-Monroe) vs ARKANSAS (Sep 08, 2012) ..............................[69r,412p]
476 Robinson, Corey (Troy) vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Sep 08, 2012) ..........................[-9r,485p]
Total ofense plays
83 Browning, K (Louisiana-Monroe) vs ARKANSAS (Sep 08, 2012) ................................ [16r,67p]
72 Robinson, Corey (Troy) vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Sep 08, 2012) ............................. [2r,70p]
Total ofense yards/play
28.7 Hayes, Rocky (Arkansas State) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 23, 2012) ........................... [3-86]
28.0 Hayes, Rocky (Arkansas State) at FIU (Oct 04, 2012)............................................................ [3-84]
Rushing yards
238 Andrews, A. (WKU) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Nov 17, 2012)
230 Cunningham, B. (Middle Tennessee) at FIU (Oct 13, 2012)
230 Andrews, A. (WKU) vs NORTH TEXAS (Nov 24, 2012)
Rushing attempts
37 Andrews, A. (WKU) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Nov 17, 2012)
36 Cunningham, B. (Middle Tennessee) at FIU (Oct 13, 2012)
Yards per rush
28.7 Hayes, Rocky (Arkansas State) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 23, 2012) ........................... [3-86]
28.0 Hayes, Rocky (Arkansas State) at FIU (Oct 04, 2012)............................................................ [3-84]
Rushing TDs
5 Cunningham, B. (Middle Tennessee) at Georgia Tech (Sep 29, 2012)
3 Southward, S. (Troy) at UAB (Sep 1, 2012)
3 Andrews, A. (WKU) at Kentucky (Sep 15, 2012)
3 Oku, David (Arkansas State) at FIU (Oct 04, 2012)
3 Oku, David (Arkansas State) vs LOUISIANA-MONROE (Nov 08, 2012)
3 Harris, Alonzo (Louisiana-Lafayette) at FAU (Dec 01, 2012)
Longest rush
98 Parker, Jordan (Middle Tennessee) vs TROY (Nov 24, 2012)
85 Byrd, Brandin (North Texas) vs SOUTH ALABAMA (Nov 10, 2012)
Passing yards
485 Robinson, Corey (Troy) vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Sep 08, 2012)
417 Robinson, Corey (Troy) vs ARKANSAS STATE (Nov 17, 2012)
Passing attempts
70 Robinson, Corey (Troy) vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Sep 08, 2012)
67 Browning, K (Louisiana-Monroe) vs ARKANSAS (Sep 08, 2012)
Passing TDs
4 Jakes, Kawaun (WKU) vs AUSTIN PEAY (Sep 01, 2012)
4 Jakes, Kawaun (WKU) vs LOUISIANA-MONROE (Oct 20, 2012)
4 Browning, K (Louisiana-Monroe) at WKU (Oct 20, 2012)
4 Wilbert, Graham (FAU) vs TROY (Oct 27, 2012)
4 Browning, K (Louisiana-Monroe) vs SOUTH ALABAMA (Oct 27, 2012)
4 Broadway, Terra (Louisiana-Lafayette) at Louisiana-Monroe (Nov 03, 2012)
4 Aplin, Ryan (Arkansas State) at Troy (Nov 17, 2012)
Longest pass
86 Gautier, Blaine (Louisiana-Lafayette) vs LAMAR (Sep 01, 2012)
Passes completed
46 Robinson, Corey (Troy) vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Sep 08, 2012)
42 Browning, K (Louisiana-Monroe) vs ARKANSAS (Sep 08, 2012)
Had intercepted
3 Robinson, Corey (Troy) at South Alabama (Sep 29, 2012)
3 Broadway, Terra (Louisiana-Lafayette) vs ARKANSAS STATE (Oct 23, 2012)
3 Thompson, Derek (North Texas) at Middle Tennessee (Oct 27, 2012)
3 Jakes, Kawaun (WKU) vs FAU (Nov 10, 2012)
3 Metheny, Ross (South Alabama) vs MIDDLE TENNESSEE (Nov 17, 2012)
3 Browning, K (Louisiana-Monroe) vs OHIO (Dec 28, 2012)
Pass completion pct
100.0 Anthony, Deon (Troy) vs MISSISSIPPI STATE (Sep 15, 2012) .................................................[2-2]
100.0 Wells, Cody (Louisiana-Monroe) vs BAYLOR (Sep 21, 2012) .................................................[3-3]
100.0 Knighten, Fredi (Arkansas State) vs ALCORN (Sep 22, 2012) ...............................................[2-2]
100.0 Anthony, Deon (Troy) at South Alabama (Sep 29, 2012) ......................................................[3-3]
Pass yards/attempt
29.5 Wells, Cody (Louisiana-Monroe) at Tulane (Sep 29, 2012) ................................................ [2-59]
20.0 Knighten, Fredi (Arkansas State) vs ALCORN (Sep 22, 2012) ............................................ [2-40]
Pass yards/catch
59.0 Wells, Cody (Louisiana-Monroe) at Tulane (Sep 29, 2012) ................................................ [1-59]
20.0 Knighten, Fredi (Arkansas State) vs ALCORN (Sep 22, 2012) ............................................ [2-40]
20.0 Hammonds, L. (FIU) vs ARKANSAS STATE (Oct 04, 2012) ................................................... [1-20]
Receiving yards
204 Dukes, William (FAU) vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Dec 01, 2012)
168 Leonard, Brent (Louisiana-Monroe) vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Nov 03, 2012)
Receptions
14 Leonard, Brent (Louisiana-Monroe) at Arkansas State (Nov 08, 2012)
13 Jarboe, Josh (Arkansas State) at Oregon Ducks (09/01/12)
13 Peoples, Harry (Louisiana-Lafayette) vs WKU (Nov 17, 2012)
13 Leonard, Brent (Louisiana-Monroe) at FIU (Nov 24, 2012)
Yards per catch
53.0 Jimmerson, A. (North Texas) vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Oct 16, 2012) .....................[2-106]
51.0 Robinson, Jamal (Louisiana-Lafayette) at Louisiana-Monroe (Nov 03, 2012) ..........[3-153]
Receiving TDs
4 Leonard, Brent (Louisiana-Monroe) vs SOUTH ALABAMA (Oct 27, 2012)
2 Chancellor, B. (North Texas) at LSU (Sep 01, 2012)
2 Amos, Anthony (Middle Tennessee) vs FAU (Sep 8, 2012)
2 Collis, C. (Middle Tennessee) at MEMPHIS (Sep 15, 2012)
2 Scioneaux, H (Louisiana-Monroe) at Auburn (Sep 15, 2012)
2 Henry, Mitchell (WKU) at Arkansas State (Sep 29, 2012)
2 Lawson, Javone (Louisiana-Lafayette) vs TULANE (Oct 06, 2012)
2 Jimmerson, A. (North Texas) vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Oct 16, 2012)
2 Thomas, Eric (Troy) vs FIU (Oct 20, 2012)
2 Doyle, Jack (WKU) vs LOUISIANA-MONROE (Oct 20, 2012)
2 Surgent, Darryl (Louisiana-Lafayette) vs ARKANSAS STATE (Oct 23, 2012)
2 Dorvilus, Nexon (FAU) vs TROY (Oct 27, 2012)
2 Griswould, Kyle (Middle Tennessee) vs NORTH TEXAS (Oct 27, 2012)
2 Jones, Jereme (South Alabama) at Louisiana-Monroe (Oct 27, 2012)
2 Amos, Anthony (Middle Tennessee) at WKU (Nov 01, 2012)
2 Robinson, Jamal (Louisiana-Lafayette) at Louisiana-Monroe (Nov 03, 2012)
2 Thomas, Eric (Troy) at Tennessee (Nov 03, 2012)
2 McKinney, D. (FAU) at WKU (Nov 10, 2012)
2 Hamm, Je’Ron (Louisiana-Monroe) vs NORTH TEXAS (Nov 17, 2012)
2 Dukes, William (FAU) vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Dec 01, 2012)
Longest reception
86 Robinson, Jamal (Louisiana-Lafayette) vs LAMAR (Sep 01, 2012)
81 Robinson, Jamal (Louisiana-Lafayette) at Louisiana-Monroe (Nov 03, 2012)
81 Maye, Tavarese (Louisiana-Monroe) vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Nov 03, 2012)
Field goal attempts
5 Anderson, Mitch (FAU) at South Alabama (Oct 20, 2012)
5 Davis, Brian (Arkansas State) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 23, 2012)
Field goals made
5 Davis, Brian (Arkansas State) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 23, 2012)
4 Baer, Brett (Louisiana-Lafayette) vs LAMAR (Sep 01, 2012)
4 Scott, Will (Troy) vs ARKANSAS STATE (Nov 17, 2012)
Longest feld goal
53 Chapuseaux, M. (South Alabama) vs TROY (Sep 29, 2012)
53 Anderson, Mitch (FAU) at Navy (Nov 03, 2012)
Field goal pct
100.0 Davis, Brian (Arkansas State) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Oct 23, 2012) .................................[5-5]
100.0 Baer, Brett (Louisiana-Lafayette) vs LAMAR (Sep 01, 2012)..................................................[4-4]
100.0 Scott, Will (Troy) vs ARKANSAS STATE (Nov 17, 2012) ............................................................[4-4]
100.0 Baer, Brett (Louisiana-Lafayette) at Troy (Sep 08, 2012) ........................................................[3-3]
100.0 Olen, Zach (North Texas) vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Oct 16, 2012) .................................[3-3]
100.0 Chapuseaux, M. (South Alabama) vs FAU (Oct 20, 2012) ......................................................[3-3]
100.0 Baer, Brett (Louisiana-Lafayette) vs East Carolina (Dec 22, 2012) ......................................[3-3]
100.0 Lopez, Carlos (Middle Tennessee) vs MCNEESE STATE (Aug 30, 2012) ............................[2-2]
100.0 Olen, Zach (North Texas) vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 08, 2012) ..........................................[2-2]
100.0 Davis, Brian (Arkansas State) at Nebraska (Sep 15, 2012) .....................................................[2-2]
100.0 Lopez, Carlos (Middle Tennessee) at MEMPHIS (Sep 15, 2012) ..........................................[2-2]
100.0 Davis, Brian (Arkansas State) vs WKU (Sep 29, 2012)..............................................................[2-2]
100.0 Schwettman, G. (WKU) at Arkansas State (Sep 29, 2012) .....................................................[2-2]
100.0 Baer, Brett (Louisiana) vs FIU (Sep 29, 2012)..............................................................................[2-2]
100.0 Olen, Zach (North Texas) at FAU (Sep 29, 2012) .......................................................................[2-2]
100.0 Grif n, Jack (FIU) vs ARKANSAS STATE (Oct 04, 2012) ............................................................[2-2]
100.0 Lopez, Carlos (Middle Tennessee) at FIU (Oct 13, 2012) .......................................................[2-2]
100.0 Scott, Will (Troy) at FAU (Oct 27, 2012) ........................................................................................[2-2]
100.0 Lopez, Carlos (Middle Tennessee) at WKU (Nov 01, 2012) ...................................................[2-2]
100.0 Scott, Will (Troy) at Tennessee (Nov 03, 2012) ..........................................................................[2-2]
100.0 Baer, Brett (Louisiana-Lafayette) at Florida (Nov 10, 2012) ..................................................[2-2]
100.0 Scott, Will (Troy) vs NAVY (Nov 10, 2012) ...................................................................................[2-2]
100.0 Schwettman, G. (WKU) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Nov 17, 2012) ...........................................[2-2]
100.0 Chapuseaux, M. (South Alabama) vs MIDDLE TENNESSEE (Nov 17, 2012) .....................[2-2]
100.0 Schwettman, G. (WKU) vs NORTH TEXAS (Nov 24, 2012) .....................................................[2-2]
PAT kicks attempted
9 Manton, Justin (Louisiana-Monroe) at Tulane (Sep 29, 2012)
8 Davis, Brian (Arkansas State) vs ALCORN (Sep 22, 2012)
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PAT kicks made
9 Manton, Justin (Louisiana-Monroe) at Tulane (Sep 29, 2012)
8 Davis, Brian (Arkansas State) vs ALCORN (Sep 22, 2012)
Punts
10 Grif n, Jack (FIU) vs AKRON (Sep 08, 2012)
9 Scott, Will (Troy) at North Texas (Sep 22, 2012)
9 Brisk, Josh (FIU) at Louisiana (Sep 29, 2012)
9 Garber, Scott (South Alabama) vs TROY (Sep 29, 2012)
9 Atterberry, W. (North Texas) vs SOUTH ALABAMA (Nov 10, 2012)
Yards punted
406 Grif n, Jack (FIU) vs AKRON (Sep 08, 2012) ....................................................................... [10-406]
395 Kelly, Sean (FAU) at Alabama (Sep 22, 2012) ........................................................................[8-395]
Longest punt
74 Brakefeld, H. (WKU) vs Central Michigan (Dec 26, 2012)
69 Garber, Scott (South Alabama) vs NICHOLLS STATE (Sep 08, 2012)
69 Baer, Brett (Louisiana-Lafayette) at Troy (Sep 08, 2012)
Punting avg
53.5 Scott, Will (Troy) vs WKU (Oct 11, 2012) .................................................................................[2-107]
52.0 Brakefeld, H. (WKU) vs Central Michigan (Dec 26, 2012) ................................................[5-260]
Punt returns
5 Andrews, A. (WKU) vs FAU (Nov 10, 2012)
4 Leonard, R. (FIU) vs AKRON (Sep 08, 2012)
4 Surgent, Darryl (Louisiana) vs FIU (Sep 29, 2012)
4 Jones, Travis (FAU) at South Alabama (Oct 20, 2012)
4 Jones, Travis (FAU) at WKU (Nov 10, 2012)
Punt return yards
76 Andrews, A. (WKU) vs AUSTIN PEAY (Sep 01, 2012)
66 Leonard, R. (FIU) vs AKRON (Sep 08, 2012)
Longest punt return
70 Andrews, A. (WKU) vs AUSTIN PEAY (Sep 01, 2012)
54 Albert, Justin (Troy) vs WKU (Oct 11, 2012)
Punt return TDs
1 Andrews, A. (WKU) vs AUSTIN PEAY (Sep 01, 2012)
1 Leonard, R. (FIU) vs AKRON (Sep 08, 2012)
1 Comminie, Blake (Louisiana-Lafayette) at Florida (Nov 10, 2012)
Punt return avg
25.3 Andrews, A. (WKU) vs AUSTIN PEAY (Sep 01, 2012) ............................................................. [3-76]
22.0 Albert, Justin (Troy) vs NAVY (Nov 10, 2012) .......................................................................... [2-44]
Kick returns
7 Andrews, A. (WKU) vs MIDDLE TENNESSEE (Nov 01, 2012)
7 Surgent, Darryl (Louisiana-Lafayette) vs East Carolina (Dec 22, 2012)
Kick return yards
222 Whatley, Reggie (Middle Tennessee) at WKU (Nov 01, 2012)
182 Andrews, A. (WKU) vs MIDDLE TENNESSEE (Nov 01, 2012)
Kick return avg
61.5 Whatley, Reggie (Middle Tennessee) vs MCNEESE STATE (Aug 30, 2012) ..................[2-123]
50.5 Andrews, A. (WKU) vs LOUISIANA-MONROE (Oct 20, 2012) ...........................................[2-101]
Longest kick return
100 Leonard, R. (FIU) at FAU (Nov 16, 2012)
96 Whatley, Reggie (Middle Tennessee) at WKU (Nov 01, 2012)
Kick return TDs
1 Whatley, Reggie (Middle Tennessee) at WKU (Nov 01, 2012)
1 Leonard, R. (FIU) at FAU (Nov 16, 2012)
Combined PR/KR yards
222 Whatley, Reggie (Middle Tennessee) at WKU (Nov 01, 2012) ................................ [0pr-222kr]
202 Andrews, A. (WKU) vs MIDDLE TENNESSEE (Nov 01, 2012) ................................. [20pr-182kr]
Interceptions
3 Dowling, J. (WKU) at Kentucky (Sep 15, 2012)
2 Harley, Jajuan (Middle Tennessee) at South Alabama (Nov 17, 2012)
2 Byard, Kevin (Middle Tennessee) vs TROY (Nov 24, 2012)
Interception return yds
99 Byard, Kevin (Middle Tennessee) vs TROY (Nov 24, 2012)
70 Dowling, J. (WKU) at Kentucky (Sep 15, 2012)
70 Trawick, B. (Troy) vs ARKANSAS STATE (Nov 17, 2012)
Interception return avg
49.5 Byard, Kevin (Middle Tennessee) vs TROY (Nov 24, 2012) ................................................. [2-99]
23.3 Dowling, J. (WKU) at Kentucky (Sep 15, 2012) ...................................................................... [3-70]
Longest interception rtn
77 Byard, Kevin (Middle Tennessee) vs TROY (Nov 24, 2012)
70 Trawick, B. (Troy) vs ARKANSAS STATE (Nov 17, 2012)
All-purpose yards
392 Andrews, A. (WKU) vs MIDDLE TENNESSEE (Nov 01, 2012)
342 Andrews, A. (WKU) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Nov 17, 2012)
Tackles
19.0 Jackson, Andrew (WKU) vs FAU (Nov 10, 2012) .................................................................... [12-7]
17.0 Herrold, Nathan (Arkansas State) vs SOUTH ALABAMA (Oct 13, 2012) ........................ [3-14]
Sacks
5.0 Smith, Q. (WKU) at FIU (Oct 27, 2012) ..........................................................................................[5-0]
3.5 Smith, Q. (WKU) at Arkansas State (Sep 29, 2012)...................................................................[3-1]
Tackles for loss
5.5 Smith, Q. (WKU) at Arkansas State (Sep 29, 2012)...................................................................[5-1]
5.0 Smith, Q. (WKU) at FIU (Oct 27, 2012) ..........................................................................................[5-0]
200-Yard Rushing Performances
238 Andrews, A. (WKU) at Louisiana-Lafayette (Nov 17, 2012)
230 Cunningham, B. (Middle Tennessee) at FIU (Oct 13, 2012)
230 Andrews, A. (WKU) vs NORTH TEXAS (Nov 24, 2012)
217 Cunningham, B. (Middle Tennessee) at Georgia Tech (Sep 29, 2012)
215 Andrews, A. (WKU) at Arkansas State (Sep 29, 2012)
204 Southward, S. (Troy) at UAB (Sep 1, 2012)
Number of 100-Yard Rushing Performances
Andrews, A., WKU - 10
Harris, Alonzo, Louisiana-Lafayette - 5
Parker, Jordan, Middle Tennessee - 4
Southward, S., Troy - 4
Broadway, Terra, Louisiana-Lafayette - 3
Byrd, Brandin, North Texas - 3
Oku, David, Arkansas State - 3
Cunningham, B., Middle Tennessee - 2
Rhodes, Kedrick, FIU - 2
Wallace, J., FAU - 2
Allen, Leon, WKU - 1
Anthony, Deon, Troy - 1
Baker, Demetre, South Alabama - 1
Calhoun, D., Middle Tennessee - 1
Edwards, Jyruss, Louisiana-Monroe - 1
Harden, J., FIU - 1
Jimmerson, A., North Texas - 1
McNeal, D, Louisiana-Monroe - 1
Medlock, Jake, FIU - 1
Smith, Rod, Arkansas State - 1
400-Yard Passing Performances
485 Robinson, Corey (Troy) vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Sep 08, 2012)
417 Robinson, Corey (Troy) vs ARKANSAS STATE (Nov 17, 2012)
412 Browning, K (Louisiana-Monroe) vs ARKANSAS (Sep 08, 2012)
403 Wilbert, Graham (FAU) vs FIU (Nov 16, 2012)
Number of 300-Yard Passing Performances
Aplin, Ryan, Arkansas State - 5
Robinson, Corey, Troy - 5
Broadway, Terra, Louisiana-Lafayette - 4
Browning, K, Louisiana-Monroe - 3
Medlock, Jake, FIU - 3
Wilbert, Graham, FAU - 3
Thompson, Derek, North Texas - 2
Jakes, Kawaun, WKU - 1
Kilgore, Logan, Middle Tennessee - 1
Metheny, Ross, South Alabama - 1
Wells, Cody, Louisiana-Monroe - 1
200-Yard Receiving Performances
204 Dukes, William (FAU) vs LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (Dec 01, 2012)
Number of 100-Yard Receiving Performances
Reeves, Chip, Troy - 5
Amos, Anthony, Middle Tennessee - 4
Dukes, William, FAU - 4
Leonard, Brent, Louisiana-Monroe - 4
McKissic, J.D., Arkansas State - 4
Chancellor, B., North Texas - 3
Robinson, Jamal, Louisiana-Lafayette - 3
Wright, Willis, FIU - 3
Hamm, Je’Ron, Louisiana-Monroe - 2
McNeal, Willie, WKU - 2
Peoples, Harry, Louisiana-Lafayette - 2
Coleman, Glenn, FIU - 1
Delgado, Ivan, North Texas - 1
Griswould, Kyle, Middle Tennessee - 1
Harris, Carlos, North Texas - 1
Jarboe, Josh, Arkansas State - 1
Jimmerson, A., North Texas - 1
Lawson, Javone, Louisiana-Lafayette - 1
Peoples, Harry, Louisiana - 1
Rhodes, Kedrick, FIU - 1
Smith, Darnell, North Texas - 1
Stockemer, T., Arkansas State - 1
Stoshak, Jenson, FAU - 1
Surgent, Darryl, Louisiana-Lafayette - 1
Thomas, Eric, Troy - 1
Times, Wayne, FIU - 1
Worthy, C., Troy - 1
Sun Belt Stats - All Games
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SCORING OFFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg
1. Arkansas State 8 39 35 1 0 10 0 301 37.6
2. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 39 35 0 0 8 0 293 36.6
3. Louisiana-Monroe 8 35 32 1 0 5 0 259 32.4
4. WKU 8 28 25 0 0 9 1 222 27.8
5. Troy 8 26 24 1 0 11 0 215 26.9
6. Middle Tennessee 8 23 22 1 0 12 0 198 24.8
7. FAU 8 25 22 1 0 7 0 195 24.4
8. FIU 8 25 21 0 0 7 0 192 24.0
9. South Alabama 8 19 17 0 0 15 0 176 22.0
10. North Texas 8 19 18 0 0 9 1 161 20.1
RUSHING OFFENSE G Att Yds Avg TD Yds/G
1. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 296 1605 5.4 22 200.6
2. Arkansas State 8 318 1541 4.8 22 192.6
3. Middle Tennessee 8 311 1448 4.7 11 181.0
4. WKU 8 308 1412 4.6 11 176.5
5. North Texas 8 306 1273 4.2 8 159.1
6. South Alabama 8 320 1178 3.7 8 147.2
7. Troy 8 297 1115 3.8 10 139.4
8. FIU 8 326 1067 3.3 11 133.4
9. Louisiana-Monroe 8 252 965 3.8 13 120.6
10. FAU 8 267 844 3.2 9 105.5
SCORING DEFENSE G TD XP 2XP DXP FG Saf Pts Avg
1. Arkansas State 8 20 15 1 0 13 1 178 22.2
2. Middle Tennessee 8 26 24 0 0 8 1 206 25.8
3. North Texas 8 28 24 0 0 5 0 207 25.9
4. WKU 8 26 23 1 0 11 0 214 26.8
5. Louisiana-Monroe 8 29 26 0 0 5 0 215 26.9
6. Troy 8 27 22 2 0 11 0 221 27.6
7. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 26 25 0 0 15 0 226 28.2
8. FIU 8 30 28 0 0 9 0 235 29.4
9. FAU 8 32 31 0 0 8 0 247 30.9
10. South Alabama 8 34 33 1 0 8 0 263 32.9
RUSHING DEFENSE G Rushes Yards Avg. TD Yds/G
1. Arkansas State 8 281 959 3.4 6 119.9
2. Louisiana-Monroe 8 293 1119 3.8 12 139.9
3. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 290 1157 4.0 14 144.6
4. North Texas 8 258 1172 4.5 14 146.5
5. FIU 8 293 1174 4.0 18 146.8
6. WKU 8 299 1189 4.0 10 148.6
7. Troy 8 307 1359 4.4 8 169.9
8. South Alabama 8 330 1421 4.3 16 177.6
9. Middle Tennessee 8 321 1427 4.4 11 178.4
10. FAU 8 329 1471 4.5 16 183.9
PASS OFFENSE G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G
1. Troy 8 340 218 9 64.1 2527 7.4 15 315.9
2. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 244 161 7 66.0 2285 9.4 16 285.6
3. Louisiana-Monroe 8 313 204 8 65.2 2274 7.3 20 284.2
4. FAU 8 311 201 5 64.6 2266 7.3 15 283.2
5. Arkansas State 8 246 175 3 71.1 2172 8.8 17 271.5
6. FIU 8 238 141 6 59.2 1952 8.2 12 244.0
7. North Texas 8 264 150 10 56.8 1886 7.1 11 235.8
8. South Alabama 8 283 152 9 53.7 1742 6.2 11 217.8
9. Middle Tennessee 8 217 130 4 59.9 1673 7.7 10 209.1
10. WKU 8 208 128 8 61.5 1587 7.6 15 198.4
TOTAL OFFENSE G Rush Pass Plays Yards Avg/P TD Yds/G
1. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 1605 2285 540 3890 7.2 38 486.2
2. Arkansas State 8 1541 2172 564 3713 6.6 39 464.1
3. Troy 8 1115 2527 637 3642 5.7 25 455.2
4. Louisiana-Monroe 8 965 2274 565 3239 5.7 33 404.9
5. North Texas 8 1273 1886 570 3159 5.5 19 394.9
6. Middle Tennessee 8 1448 1673 528 3121 5.9 21 390.1
7. FAU 8 844 2266 578 3110 5.4 24 388.8
8. FIU 8 1067 1952 564 3019 5.4 23 377.4
9. WKU 8 1412 1587 516 2999 5.8 26 374.9
10. South Alabama 8 1178 1742 603 2920 4.8 19 365.0
PASS DEFENSE G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds Avg TD Yds/G
1. FAU 8 204 112 5 54.9 1578 7.7 13 197.2
2. WKU 8 254 153 8 60.2 1805 7.1 14 225.6
3. Troy 8 250 144 5 57.6 1843 7.4 16 230.4
4. South Alabama 8 225 136 5 60.4 1891 8.4 18 236.4
5. FIU 8 281 175 5 62.3 2076 7.4 11 259.5
6. North Texas 8 295 188 6 63.7 2121 7.2 13 265.1
7. Arkansas State 8 295 190 10 64.4 2124 7.2 13 265.5
8. Middle Tennessee 8 270 179 10 66.3 2148 8.0 15 268.5
9. Louisiana-Monroe 8 289 194 7 67.1 2274 7.9 17 284.2
10. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 301 189 8 62.8 2504 8.3 12 313.0
TOTAL DEFENSE G Rush Pass Plys Yards Avg TD Yds/G
1. WKU 8 1189 1805 553 2994 5.4 24 374.2
2. FAU 8 1471 1578 533 3049 5.7 29 381.1
3. Arkansas State 8 959 2124 576 3083 5.4 19 385.4
4. Troy 8 1359 1843 557 3202 5.7 24 400.2
5. FIU 8 1174 2076 574 3250 5.7 29 406.2
6. North Texas 8 1172 2121 553 3293 6.0 27 411.6
7. South Alabama 8 1421 1891 555 3312 6.0 34 414.0
8. Louisiana-Monroe 8 1119 2274 582 3393 5.8 29 424.1
9. Middle Tennessee 8 1427 2148 591 3575 6.0 26 446.9
10. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 1157 2504 591 3661 6.2 26 457.6
KICKOFF RETURNS G Ret Yds TD Avg
1. WKU 8 32 827 0 25.8
2. FIU 8 41 1050 1 25.6
3. Middle Tennessee 8 29 736 1 25.4
4. Louisiana-Monroe 8 28 665 0 23.8
5. FAU 8 28 557 0 19.9
6. North Texas 8 24 468 0 19.5
7. South Alabama 8 27 518 0 19.2
8. Troy 8 23 427 0 18.6
9. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 32 589 0 18.4
10. Arkansas State 8 23 403 0 17.5
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE G Ret Yds TD Avg
1. WKU 8 13 118 0 9.1
2. Troy 8 12 96 0 8.0
3. South Alabama 8 10 77 0 7.7
4. Louisiana-Monroe 8 14 103 0 7.4
5. FIU 8 13 95 0 7.3
6. FAU 8 19 136 0 7.2
7. North Texas 8 5 14 0 2.8
8. Arkansas State 8 6 13 0 2.2
9. Middle Tennessee 8 13 23 0 1.8
10. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 8 -8 0 -1.0
PUNTING G No. Yards Avg/P PR Avg TBg Net/P
1. Troy 8 42 1721 41.0 27 0.6 2 39.4
2. FIU 8 43 1710 39.8 33 0.8 2 38.1
3. Louisiana-Monroe 8 34 1387 40.8 48 1.4 3 37.6
4. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 37 1506 40.7 77 2.1 2 37.5
5. Middle Tennessee 8 34 1371 40.3 45 1.3 3 37.2
6. North Texas 8 46 1909 41.5 35 0.8 9 36.8
7. South Alabama 8 42 1606 38.2 99 2.4 1 35.4
8. FAU 8 45 1767 39.3 142 3.2 4 34.3
9. WKU 8 28 1135 40.5 108 3.9 4 33.8
10. Arkansas State 8 28 977 34.9 53 1.9 4 30.1
PASS EFFICIENCY G Att Cmp Pct Int Yds TD Ef c
1. Arkansas State 8 246 175 71.1 3 2172 17 165.7
2. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 244 161 66.0 7 2285 16 160.5
3. Louisiana-Monroe 8 313 204 65.2 8 2274 20 142.2
4. WKU 8 208 128 61.5 8 1587 15 141.7
5. FIU 8 238 141 59.2 6 1952 12 139.7
6. FAU 8 311 201 64.6 5 2266 15 138.5
7. Middle Tennessee 8 217 130 59.9 4 1673 10 136.2
8. Troy 8 340 218 64.1 9 2527 15 135.8
9. North Texas 8 264 150 56.8 10 1886 11 123.0
10. South Alabama 8 283 152 53.7 9 1742 11 111.9
Gained Lost
TURNOVER MARGIN G Fum Int Tot Fum Int Tot Mar Per/G
1. Middle Tennessee 8 9 10 19 5 4 9 +10 1.25
2. Arkansas State 8 5 10 15 4 3 7 +8 1.00
3. Louisiana-Monroe 8 7 7 14 2 8 10 +4 0.50
4. North Texas 8 6 6 12 2 10 12 +0 0.00
WKU 8 7 8 15 7 8 15 +0 0.00
6. FAU 8 5 5 10 7 5 12 -2 -0.25
7. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 4 8 12 9 7 16 -4 -0.50
8. Troy 8 8 5 13 9 9 18 -5 -0.62
FIU 8 6 5 11 10 6 16 -5 -0.62
10. South Alabama 8 7 5 12 9 9 18 -6 -0.75
PASS DEFENSE EFFICIENCY G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Ef c
1. WKU 8 254 153 8 60.2 1805 14 131.8
2. Arkansas State 8 295 190 10 64.4 2124 13 132.6
3. FIU 8 281 175 5 62.3 2076 11 133.7
4. North Texas 8 295 188 6 63.7 2121 13 134.6
5. FAU 8 204 112 5 54.9 1578 13 136.0
6. Troy 8 250 144 5 57.6 1843 16 136.6
7. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 301 189 8 62.8 2504 12 140.5
8. Middle Tennessee 8 270 179 10 66.3 2148 15 144.0
9. Louisiana-Monroe 8 289 194 7 67.1 2274 17 147.8
10. South Alabama 8 225 136 5 60.4 1891 18 153.0
FIRST DOWNS G Rush Pass Pen Total
1. Arkansas State 8 90 85 17 192
Troy 8 60 113 19 192
3. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 75 85 12 172
4. Louisiana-Monroe 8 50 102 17 169
5. FAU 8 52 100 13 165
6. South Alabama 8 62 82 20 164
WKU 8 73 78 13 164
8. North Texas 8 62 87 13 162
9. Middle Tennessee 8 75 67 10 152
10. FIU 8 66 73 11 150
THIRD-DOWN CONVERSIONS G Conv Att Pct
1. Arkansas State 8 54 104 51.9
2. Louisiana-Monroe 8 58 123 47.2
3. Troy 8 62 132 47.0
4. WKU 8 46 101 45.5
5. FAU 8 52 125 41.6
6. Middle Tennessee 8 44 108 40.7
7. FIU 8 45 116 38.8
8. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 35 95 36.8
9. South Alabama 8 45 131 34.4
10. North Texas 8 37 121 30.6
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OPPONENT 1ST DOWNS G Rush Pass Pen Total
1. FAU 8 69 68 17 154
2. North Texas 8 63 83 11 157
3. Troy 8 66 81 14 161
4. FIU 8 63 88 12 163
Arkansas State 8 56 95 12 163
6. WKU 8 67 80 17 164
7. South Alabama 8 68 83 24 175
Louisiana-Monroe 8 70 91 14 175
9. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 64 103 17 184
10. Middle Tennessee 8 79 100 7 186
OPP 3RD-DN CONVERT G Conv Att Pct
1. Troy 8 38 112 33.9
2. FAU 8 37 108 34.3
3. South Alabama 8 43 109 39.4
4. Arkansas State 8 47 118 39.8
FIU 8 47 118 39.8
6. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 46 113 40.7
7. WKU 8 50 116 43.1
8. Louisiana-Monroe 8 54 120 45.0
9. North Texas 8 55 122 45.1
10. Middle Tennessee 8 61 120 50.8
SACKS BY G Sacks Yards
1. FIU 8 20 135
WKU 8 20 119
3. Louisiana-Monroe 8 19 115
4. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 17 108
5. North Texas 8 13 79
6. Arkansas State 8 12 62
7. South Alabama 8 11 77
8. Middle Tennessee 8 8 34
Troy 8 8 57
10. FAU 8 7 42
SACKS AGAINST G Sacks Yards
1. Middle Tennessee 8 3 29
North Texas 8 3 11
3. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 7 39
4. Arkansas State 8 10 80
5. Louisiana-Monroe 8 14 85
6. South Alabama 8 15 116
Troy 8 15 99
8. WKU 8 17 100
9. FAU 8 23 111
10. FIU 8 28 158
PENALTIES G No Yds Avg/G
1. North Texas 8 32 297 37.1
2. Middle Tennessee 8 42 344 43.0
3. Arkansas State 8 40 370 46.2
4. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 49 389 48.6
5. WKU 8 45 406 50.8
6. Louisiana-Monroe 8 49 421 52.6
7. FAU 8 62 486 60.8
8. Troy 8 62 523 65.4
9. FIU 8 65 564 70.5
10. South Alabama 8 66 592 74.0
FIELD GOALS G Made Att Pct
1. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 8 8 1.000
2. Arkansas State 8 10 12 .833
Louisiana-Monroe 8 5 6 .833
4. WKU 8 9 11 .818
5. Troy 8 11 14 .786
6. South Alabama 8 15 20 .750
Middle Tennessee 8 12 16 .750
8. North Texas 8 9 14 .643
9. FIU 8 7 11 .636
10. FAU 8 7 14 .500
OPPONENT PENALTIES G No Yds Avg/G
1. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 65 558 69.8
2. Troy 8 60 521 65.1
3. South Alabama 8 57 480 60.0
4. Arkansas State 8 61 466 58.2
5. WKU 8 51 463 57.9
6. North Texas 8 51 441 55.1
7. Louisiana-Monroe 8 50 425 53.1
8. FAU 8 45 400 50.0
9. FIU 8 45 373 46.6
10. Middle Tennessee 8 27 265 33.1
PAT KICKING G Made Att Pct
1. Troy 8 24 24 1.000
Middle Tennessee 8 22 22 1.000
North Texas 8 18 18 1.000
South Alabama 8 17 17 1.000
5. Louisiana-Monroe 8 32 33 .970
6. WKU 8 25 26 .962
7. FAU 8 22 23 .957
8. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 35 37 .946
9. Arkansas State 8 35 38 .921
10. FIU 8 21 24 .875
4TH-DN CONVERSIONS G Conv Att Pct
1. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 8 10 80.0
2. Louisiana-Monroe 8 13 18 72.2
3. Arkansas State 8 3 5 60.0
4. FIU 8 8 14 57.1
5. North Texas 8 8 16 50.0
Middle Tennessee 8 6 12 50.0
7. WKU 8 6 13 46.2
8. South Alabama 8 8 18 44.4
9. Troy 8 3 9 33.3
10. FAU 8 3 13 23.1
TIME OF POSSESSION G Total Time Avg/G
1. North Texas 8 260:09 32:31
2. WKU 8 254:34 31:49
3. FAU 8 246:12 30:46
4. FIU 8 242:32 30:19
5. South Alabama 8 239:11 29:53
6. Arkansas State 8 236:32 29:34
7. Troy 8 234:15 29:16
8. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 233:16 29:09
9. Middle Tennessee 8 227:21 28:25
10. Louisiana-Monroe 8 226:05 28:15
OPP 4TH-DN CONVERT G Conv Att Pct
1. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 1 9 11.1
2. North Texas 8 3 12 25.0
3. FIU 8 4 10 40.0
4. WKU 8 7 16 43.8
5. Louisiana-Monroe 8 11 20 55.0
6. Middle Tennessee 8 8 13 61.5
7. South Alabama 8 5 8 62.5
8. Arkansas State 8 15 23 65.2
9. Troy 8 6 9 66.7
10. FAU 8 6 8 75.0
KICKOFF COVERAGE G No. Yds Avg Retn TB NetAvg
1. FIU 8 41 2539 61.9 405 20 42.3
2. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 50 3063 61.3 657 15 42.1
3. North Texas 8 34 2143 63.0 445 16 40.5
4. Troy 8 43 2584 60.1 530 16 40.3
5. FAU 8 38 2368 62.3 612 12 39.9
6. South Alabama 8 37 2218 59.9 547 10 39.8
7. Arkansas State 8 57 3316 58.2 754 15 39.7
8. Middle Tennessee 8 43 2559 59.5 750 9 37.9
9. Louisiana-Monroe 8 43 2524 58.7 701 11 37.3
10. WKU 8 44 2535 57.6 839 3 37.2
RED ZONE OFFENSE G RedZone Percent TDs R/P FG-AT Fumb/Int/Downs/Other
1. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 35-36 97.2 29 20/9 6-6 0/0/0/1
2. Arkansas State 8 36-39 92.3 29 20/9 7-7 1/1/0/1
3. Louisiana-Monroe 8 26-29 89.7 22 10/12 4-4 0/0/2/1
4. South Alabama 8 27-32 84.4 17 8/9 10-13 0/1/1/0
5. WKU 8 26-31 83.9 19 10/9 7-8 2/0/1/1
6. Troy 8 28-35 80.0 19 8/11 9-11 3/1/1/0
FAU 8 24-30 80.0 19 9/10 5-7 2/1/1/0
8. Middle Tennessee 8 22-28 78.6 11 6/5 11-13 1/1/1/1
9. FIU 8 19-25 76.0 14 10/4 5-8 2/0/1/0
10. North Texas 8 18-27 66.7 11 4/7 7-8 0/2/4/2
RED ZONE DEFENSE G RedZone Percent TDs R/P FG-AT Fumb/Int/Downs/Other
1. North Texas 8 19-25 76.0 17 10/7 2-4 2/1/0/1
2. Louisiana-Monroe 8 25-32 78.1 21 11/10 4-5 2/2/1/1
3. South Alabama 8 33-41 80.5 25 13/12 8-12 2/1/0/1
4. Arkansas State 8 24-29 82.8 13 6/7 11-11 1/1/3/0
5. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 26-31 83.9 16 12/4 10-11 0/0/4/0
6. FIU 8 29-34 85.3 23 16/7 6-7 0/0/2/2
7. Middle Tennessee 8 25-29 86.2 19 10/9 6-6 2/1/0/1
8. FAU 8 26-30 86.7 20 12/8 6-8 1/0/0/1
9. WKU 8 28-32 87.5 19 8/11 9-11 1/0/1/0
10. Troy 8 26-29 89.7 17 7/10 9-10 0/1/1/0
ON-SIDE KICK SUCCESS G OnSide Percent
1. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 1-2 50.0
Troy 8 1-2 50.0
3. South Alabama 8 0-2 0.0
Louisiana-Monroe 8 0-2 0.0
North Texas 8 0-2 0.0
Arkansas State 8 0-1 0.0
Middle Tennessee 8 0-0 0.0
WKU 8 0-0 0.0
FIU 8 0-0 0.0
FAU 8 0-0 0.0
WKU 8 0-0 0.0
Louisiana-Monroe 8 0-0 0.0
ON-SIDE KICK ALLOWED G OnSide Percent
1. Louisiana-Lafayette 8 0-3 0.0
Louisiana-Monroe 8 0-2 0.0
Arkansas State 8 0-2 0.0
Middle Tennessee 8 0-1 0.0
FAU 8 0-0 0.0
Troy 8 0-0 0.0
FIU 8 0-0 0.0
South Alabama 8 0-0 0.0
9. WKU 8 1-2 50.0
10. North Texas 8 1-1 100.0
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RUSHING Team Cl G Att Yds Avg TD Long Yds/G
1. Andrews, A. WKU JR 8 215 1282 6.0 7 53 160.2
2. Parker, Jordan MT FR 8 134 708 5.3 3 98 88.5
3. Oku, David ASU JR 8 160 696 4.3 12 40 87.0
4. Broadway, Terra ULL SO 8 85 589 6.9 7 77 73.6
5. Harris, Alonzo ULL SO 7 85 512 6.0 5 50 73.1
6. Rhodes, Kedrick FIU JR 7 120 489 4.1 3 38 69.9
7. Byrd, Brandin NT JR 8 130 557 4.3 2 85 69.6
8. Southward, S. TROY SR 8 118 518 4.4 2 31 64.8
9. Wallace, J. FAU JR 8 123 457 3.7 4 46 57.1
10. Jimmerson, A. NT FR 6 68 277 4.1 2 24 46.2
INTERCEPTIONS Team Cl G Int Yds TD Long Int/G
1. Newsome, Isaiah ULM JR 8 4 33 0 14 0.50
2. Trawick, B. TROY SR 8 3 123 1 70 0.38
Herrold, Nathan ASU SR 8 3 119 0 45 0.38
Byard, Kevin MT FR 8 3 99 1 77 0.38
Harley, Jajuan MT JR 8 3 37 0 26 0.38
Cyprien, John FIU SR 8 3 32 0 35 0.38
Thomas, Cam WKU SO 8 3 25 0 15 0.38
Gillis, Rodney ULL SR 8 3 3 0 5 0.38
9. Dowling, J. WKU SO 7 2 39 1 39 0.29
10. Akunne, Derek NT SO 8 2 38 0 38 0.25
PASSING AVG/GAME Team Cl G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Avg/G
1. Wilbert, Graham FAU SR 8 311 201 5 64.6 2266 15 283.2
2. Robinson, Corey TROY JR 7 250 159 7 63.6 1899 8 271.3
3. Aplin, Ryan ASU SR 8 245 174 3 71.0 2168 16 271.0
4. Broadway, Terra ULL SO 8 218 149 7 68.3 2114 14 264.2
5. Browning, K ULM JR 7 216 142 5 65.7 1656 16 236.6
6. Thompson, Derek NT JR 8 258 149 10 57.8 1885 11 235.6
7. Metheny, Ross USA FR 8 272 150 8 55.1 1720 11 215.0
8. Kilgore, Logan MT JR 8 216 130 3 60.2 1673 10 209.1
9. Jakes, Kawaun WKU SR 8 194 120 8 61.9 1483 13 185.4
10. Wells, Cody ULM SR 7 95 61 3 64.2 607 4 86.7
PASS EFFICIENCY Team Cl G Att Cmp Int Pct. Yds TD Ef.
1. Broadway, Terra ULL SO 8 218 149 7 68.3 2114 14 164.6
2. Aplin, Ryan ASU SR 8 245 174 3 71.0 2168 16 164.5
3. Browning, K ULM JR 7 216 142 5 65.7 1656 16 150.0
4. Anthony, Deon TROY JR 8 85 58 2 68.2 627 6 148.8
5. Jakes, Kawaun WKU SR 8 194 120 8 61.9 1483 13 139.9
6. Wilbert, Graham FAU SR 8 311 201 5 64.6 2266 15 138.5
7. Kilgore, Logan MT JR 8 216 130 3 60.2 1673 10 137.7
8. Robinson, Corey TROY JR 7 250 159 7 63.6 1899 8 132.4
9. Wells, Cody ULM SR 7 95 61 3 64.2 607 4 125.5
10. Thompson, Derek NT JR 8 258 149 10 57.8 1885 11 125.4
TOTAL OFFENSE Team Cl G Rush Pass Plays Total Yds/G
1. Broadway, Terra ULL SO 8 589 2114 303 2703 337.9
2. Aplin, Ryan ASU SR 8 291 2168 311 2459 307.4
3. Wilbert, Graham FAU SR 8 49 2266 361 2315 289.4
4. Browning, K ULM JR 7 252 1656 290 1908 272.6
5. Robinson, Corey TROY JR 7 -45 1899 266 1854 264.9
6. Thompson, Derek NT JR 8 11 1885 284 1896 237.0
Metheny, Ross USA FR 8 176 1720 342 1896 237.0
8. Kilgore, Logan MT JR 8 85 1673 234 1758 219.8
9. Jakes, Kawaun WKU SR 8 34 1483 239 1517 189.6
10. Andrews, A. WKU JR 8 1282 0 215 1282 160.2
PUNT RETURN AVG Team Cl G Ret Yds TD Long Avg
1. Andrews, A. WKU JR 8 11 116 0 16 10.5
2. Jones, Travis FAU JR 8 17 146 0 48 8.6
3. Albert, Justin TROY SR 8 12 96 0 54 8.0
4. Glover, T.J. USA FR 8 8 59 0 36 7.4
5. Times, Wayne FIU SR 8 11 79 0 21 7.2
6. Leonard, Brent ULM SR 8 12 86 0 22 7.2
7. Surgent, Darryl ULL JR 8 8 -8 0 12 -1.0
RECEPTIONS/GAME Team Cl G Rec Yds TD Long Avg/C Rec/G
1. Leonard, Brent ULM SR 8 67 742 8 39 11.1 8.38
2. McKissic, J.D. ASU FR 8 66 660 3 74 10.0 8.25
3. Dukes, William FAU SO 8 52 802 4 75 15.4 6.50
4. Peoples, Harry ULL SR 7 43 602 5 78 14.0 6.14
5. Amos, Anthony MT SR 8 46 665 7 52 14.5 5.75
6. Times, Wayne FIU SR 8 42 362 2 22 8.6 5.25
7. Hamm, Je’Ron ULM JR 8 41 578 5 61 14.1 5.12
8. McKinney, D. FAU JR 8 40 449 2 42 11.2 5.00
9. Thomas, Eric TROY JR 8 38 413 5 47 10.9 4.75
10. Reeves, Chip TROY SR 8 37 614 4 76 16.6 4.62
KICK RETURN AVG Team Cl G Ret Yds TD Long Avg
1. Whatley, Reggie MT SO 8 16 522 1 96 32.6
2. Leonard, R. FIU SO 8 20 611 1 100 30.5
3. Andrews, A. WKU JR 8 20 585 0 58 29.2
4. Davis, Cortney ULM FR 8 20 495 0 51 24.8
5. Glover, T.J. USA FR 8 17 377 0 37 22.2
6. Brown, Jeremy NT SR 8 14 306 0 35 21.9
7. Worthy, C. TROY SO 8 15 320 0 39 21.3
8. Jasper, D. FIU FR 7 12 249 0 31 20.8
9. LeBlanc, C. FAU FR 7 7 135 0 28 19.3
Jackson, F. ASU SO 7 7 135 0 27 19.3
RECEIVE YDS/GAME Team Cl G Rec Yds TD Long Avg/C Yds/G
1. Dukes, William FAU SO 8 52 802 4 75 15.4 100.2
2. Leonard, Brent ULM SR 8 67 742 8 39 11.1 92.8
3. Peoples, Harry ULL SR 7 43 602 5 78 14.0 86.0
4. Amos, Anthony MT SR 8 46 665 7 52 14.5 83.1
5. McKissic, J.D. ASU FR 8 66 660 3 74 10.0 82.5
6. Reeves, Chip TROY SR 8 37 614 4 76 16.6 76.8
7. Wright, Willis FIU JR 8 22 603 5 67 27.4 75.4
8. Hamm, Je’Ron ULM JR 8 41 578 5 61 14.1 72.2
9. Stockemer, T. ASU SR 8 28 462 3 70 16.5 57.8
10. McKinney, D. FAU JR 8 40 449 2 42 11.2 56.1
PUNTING Team Cl G Punt Yds Long Avg
1. Scott, Will TROY JR 8 41 1731 58 42.2
2. Atterberry, W. NT SR 8 46 1909 67 41.5
3. Baer, Brett ULL SR 8 36 1487 69 41.3
4. Manton, Justin ULM SO 8 34 1387 66 40.8
5. Davis, Josh MT JR 8 30 1222 64 40.7
6. Brakefeld, H. WKU JR 8 28 1135 56 40.5
7. Brisk, Josh FIU SR 8 41 1641 57 40.0
8. Garber, Scott USA FR 8 41 1599 52 39.0
9. Kelly, Sean FAU FR 7 41 1598 68 39.0
ALL PURPOSE Team Cl G Rush Rcv PR KR Yds Avg/G
1. Andrews, A. WKU JR 8 1282 190 116 585 2173 271.6
2. Surgent, Darryl ULL JR 8 -2 416 -8 511 917 114.6
3. Leonard, Brent ULM SR 8 2 742 86 0 830 103.8
4. Oku, David ASU JR 8 696 114 0 0 810 101.2
Southward, S. TROY SR 8 518 292 0 0 810 101.2
6. Dukes, William FAU SO 8 -1 802 0 0 801 100.1
7. Parker, Jordan MT FR 8 708 86 0 0 794 99.2
8. Worthy, C. TROY SO 8 72 349 0 320 741 92.6
9. Glover, T.J. USA FR 8 186 104 59 377 726 90.8
10. Brown, Jeremy NT SR 8 353 62 0 306 721 90.1
SCORING Team Cl G TD XPT FG 2XP Pts Pts/G
1. Oku, David ASU JR 8 13 0 0 2 80 10.0
2. Davis, Brian ASU JR 8 0 35 10 0 65 8.1
3. Chapuseaux, M. USA FR 8 0 17 15 0 62 7.8
4. Baer, Brett ULL SR 8 0 35 8 0 59 7.4
5. Lopez, Carlos MT SR 8 0 22 12 0 58 7.2
6. Scott, Will TROY JR 8 0 24 11 0 57 7.1
7. Andrews, A. WKU JR 8 9 0 0 0 54 6.8
8. Schwettman, G. WKU FR 8 0 25 9 0 52 6.5
9. Leonard, Brent ULM SR 8 8 0 0 0 48 6.0
10. Manton, Justin ULM SO 8 0 32 5 0 47 5.9
SCORING (TDs) Team Cl G TD Rush Pass Ret PAT Pts Pts/G
1. Oku, David ASU JR 8 13 12 1 0 1 80 10.0
2. Andrews, A. WKU JR 8 9 7 2 0 0 54 6.8
3. Leonard, Brent ULM SR 8 8 0 8 0 0 48 6.0
4. Broadway, Terra ULL SO 8 7 7 0 0 0 42 5.2
Amos, Anthony MT SR 8 7 0 7 0 0 42 5.2
6. Jimmerson, A. NT FR 6 5 2 3 0 0 30 5.0
7. Peoples, Harry ULL SR 7 5 0 5 0 0 30 4.3
Harris, Alonzo ULL SO 7 5 5 0 0 0 30 4.3
9. Thomas, Eric TROY JR 8 5 0 5 0 0 30 3.8
Aplin, Ryan ASU SR 8 5 5 0 0 0 30 3.8
FIELD GOALS Team Cl G FG FGA Pct. FG/G
1. Chapuseaux, M. USA FR 8 15 20 75.0 1.88
2. Lopez, Carlos MT SR 8 12 16 75.0 1.50
3. Scott, Will TROY JR 8 11 14 78.6 1.38
4. Davis, Brian ASU JR 8 10 12 83.3 1.25
5. Schwettman, G. WKU FR 8 9 11 81.8 1.12
Olen, Zach NT JR 8 9 13 69.2 1.12
7. Baer, Brett ULL SR 8 8 8 100.0 1.00
8. Grif n, Jack FIU SR 8 7 11 63.6 0.88
9. Anderson, Mitch FAU JR 7 6 13 46.2 0.86
10. Manton, Justin ULM SO 8 5 6 83.3 0.62
SCORING (KICK) Team Cl G PATs FGs Pts Pts/G
1. Davis, Brian ASU JR 8 35-38 10-12 65 8.1
2. Chapuseaux, M. USA FR 8 17-17 15-20 62 7.8
3. Baer, Brett ULL SR 8 35-37 8-8 59 7.4
4. Lopez, Carlos MT SR 8 22-22 12-16 58 7.2
5. Scott, Will TROY JR 8 24-24 11-14 57 7.1
6. Schwettman, G. WKU FR 8 25-26 9-11 52 6.5
7. Manton, Justin ULM SO 8 32-33 5-6 47 5.9
8. Olen, Zach NT JR 8 18-18 9-13 45 5.6
9. Anderson, Mitch FAU JR 7 20-21 6-13 38 5.4
10. Grif n, Jack FIU SR 8 21-24 7-11 42 5.2
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PAT KICKING PCT Team Cl G Made Att Pct.
1. Scott, Will TROY JR 8 24 24 100.0
Lopez, Carlos MT SR 8 22 22 100.0
Olen, Zach NT JR 8 18 18 100.0
Chapuseaux, M. USA FR 8 17 17 100.0
5. Manton, Justin ULM SO 8 32 33 97.0
6. Schwettman, G. WKU FR 8 25 26 96.2
7. Anderson, Mitch FAU JR 7 20 21 95.2
8. Baer, Brett ULL SR 8 35 37 94.6
9. Davis, Brian ASU JR 8 35 38 92.1
10. Grif n, Jack FIU SR 8 21 24 87.5
TACKLES (All positions)
Player Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Total Avg/G Sack
1. Jackson, Andrew WKU JR 8 LB 57 33 90 11.2 1.0
2. Johnson, Jake USA FR 8 44 38 82 10.2 1.0
3. Orr, Zachary NT JR 8 41 32 73 9.1 0.0
4. Herrold, Nathan ASU SR 8 LB 32 40 72 9.0 1.0
5. Harstad, B. FAU SR 8 44 27 71 8.9 0.0
6. Anderson, Justi ULL SO 8 LB 42 27 69 8.6 1.0
7. Williams, Enrqe USA FR 8 34 31 65 8.1 0.0
8. Lee, Qushaun ASU SO 7 LB 31 25 56 8.0 0.0
9. Akunne, Derek NT SO 8 40 22 62 7.8 1.0
10. Young, R.J. ULM SR 8 30 31 61 7.6 0.0
11. Davis, Kanorris TROY SR 8 LB 46 13 59 7.4 0.0
12. Allen, Craig MT JR 8 LB 44 14 58 7.2 1.0
Young, Kiante WKU JR 8 DB 42 16 58 7.2 0.0
14. Hinds, David FAU SR 8 24 30 54 6.8 1.0
15. Gillis, Rodney ULL SR 8 32 20 52 6.5 0.0
Trawick, B. TROY SR 8 DB 33 19 52 6.5 0.0
Scott, B.J. USA FR 8 27 25 52 6.5 1.0
Cyprien, John FIU SR 8 SS 34 18 52 6.5 0.0
Jackson, H. NT JR 8 40 12 52 6.5 0.0
20. Byard, Kevin MT FR 8 38 13 51 6.4 0.0
21. Fraser, Winston FIU SR 8 LB 36 14 50 6.2 2.0
Lewis, R ULM SO 8 30 20 50 6.2 0.0
Grace, Chuck FIU SR 8 33 17 50 6.2 0.0
24. Young, Sterling ASU SO 8 DB 29 20 49 6.1 0.0
Nelms, Nick ASU SR 8 LB 20 29 49 6.1 0.0
Page, Alex USA FR 8 21 28 49 6.1 3.0
Harley, Jajuan MT JR 8 25 24 49 6.1 0.0
28. Brigham, Terrel USA FR 8 26 22 48 6.0 0.0
Dowling, J. WKU SO 7 DB 31 11 42 6.0 0.0
30. Jones, Don ASU SR 8 28 19 47 5.9 0.0
Whitfeld, Zac NT FR 8 30 17 47 5.9 0.0
32. Eddie, Vincent ULM JR 8 28 18 46 5.8 0.0
Hunt, Jordan FIU SR 8 LB 32 14 46 5.8 1.0
Smith, Cordero ULM SO 8 27 19 46 5.8 0.0
Starson, Tim ASU SR 8 DE 19 27 46 5.8 3.5
36. Stovall, Ray ULM SO 8 28 17 45 5.6 2.0
Mitchell, Henry ULM SR 8 28 17 45 5.6 0.5
Blunt, Roderic MT JR 8 LB 23 22 45 5.6 0.0
39. Miller, Sam FIU JR 8 CB 29 15 44 5.5 2.0
Bryan, Brannon TROY SR 8 LB 25 19 44 5.5 0.0
Jones, Justin MT JR 6 LB 17 16 33 5.5 0.0
42. Pickett, Chris TROY JR 7 DB 27 11 38 5.4 0.0
43. Kirk, Andrae FAU SO 8 17 26 43 5.4 0.0
Johnson, G ULM FR 8 16 27 43 5.4 4.0
45. Phillips, J. NT SR 8 19 23 42 5.2 0.0
Moten, Jermarlo ULL SR 8 CB 32 10 42 5.2 0.0
47. Edmond, Malcolm ULM SO 8 19 22 41 5.1 1.5
Boyd, Xavius WKU JR 8 LB 20 21 41 5.1 0.5
49. Carrethers, R. ASU JR 8 DL 10 30 40 5.0 1.0
Trice, Marcus NT JR 8 25 15 40 5.0 0.0
SACKS Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Yds Total Avg/G
1. Smith, Q. WKU SR 7 DL 9 1 57 9.5 1.36
2. Williams, Tour. FIU SR 8 DE 4 3 44 5.5 0.69
3. Obi, K.C. NT SR 8 4 1 32 4.5 0.56
Ringo, Christia ULL SO 8 DL 4 1 28 4.5 0.56
5. Francois, G. FIU SO 7 DE 4 0 25 4.0 0.57
6. Onyenekwu, Emek ULL SR 8 DE 4 0 25 4.0 0.50
Johnson, G ULM FR 8 3 2 22 4.0 0.50
8. Starson, Tim ASU SR 8 DE 2 3 18 3.5 0.44
9. Bellazin, Aaron NT JR 8 3 0 25 3.0 0.38
Page, Alex USA FR 8 3 0 22 3.0 0.38
TACKLES FOR LOSS Team Cl G Pos Solo Ast Yds Total Avg/G
1. Smith, Q. WKU SR 7 DL 14 1 92 14.5 2.07
2. Jackson, Andrew WKU JR 8 LB 9 7 35 12.5 1.56
3. Stovall, Ray ULM SO 8 9 3 30 10.5 1.31
4. Williams, Tour. FIU SR 8 DE 7 6 65 10.0 1.25
5. Ford, DaCorris ULM SR 8 8 2 35 9.0 1.12
Young, R.J. ULM SR 8 8 2 16 9.0 1.12
7. Johnson, Jake USA FR 8 6 5 22 8.5 1.06
8. Page, Alex USA FR 8 6 4 35 8.0 1.00
Hickman, Greg FIU JR 8 DE 7 2 30 8.0 1.00
Obi, K.C. NT SR 8 6 4 37 8.0 1.00
FUMBLES FORCED Team Cl G Num Avg/G
1. Pickett, Chris TROY JR 7 3 0.43
2. Jackson, Andrew WKU JR 8 3 0.38
3. Porter, Eddie ASU JR 7 2 0.29
Smith, Q. WKU SR 7 2 0.29
Dowling, J. WKU SO 7 2 0.29
6. Johnson, G ULM FR 8 2 0.25
Hickman, Greg FIU JR 8 2 0.25
Hudson, Camren TROY JR 8 2 0.25
Crews, Clifton USA FR 8 2 0.25
Moten, Jermarlo ULL SR 8 2 0.25
FUMBLES RCVD Team Cl G Num Avg/G
1. Young, R.J. ULM SR 8 3 0.38
2. Bryant, T.J. TROY SR 6 2 0.33
3. Hudson, Camren TROY JR 8 2 0.25
Brigham, Terrel USA FR 8 2 0.25
Lewis, R ULM SO 8 2 0.25
Lewis, Rammell WKU SR 8 2 0.25
Hinds, David FAU SR 8 2 0.25
McLendon, Omar MT SR 8 2 0.25
Herrold, Nathan ASU SR 8 2 0.25
10. Bailey, M ULM SR 7 1 0.14
PASSES DEFENDED Team Cl G Brup Int Total Avg/G
1. Whitfeld, Zac NT FR 8 11 1 12 1.50
2. Thomas, Cam WKU SO 8 6 3 9 1.12
3. Moten, Jermarlo ULL SR 8 6 2 8 1.00
Pearson, Tyrell USA FR 8 7 1 8 1.00
Gillis, Rodney ULL SR 8 5 3 8 1.00
Newsome, Isaiah ULM JR 8 4 4 8 1.00
7. Scales, Chaz ASU SR 8 6 1 7 0.88
White, Melvin ULL SR 8 7 0 7 0.88
9. Dowling, J. WKU SO 7 4 2 6 0.86
10. Smith, D’Joun FAU SO 6 5 0 5 0.83
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TEAM RECORDS TOTAL OFFENSE
PLAYS - GAME
107 Troy vs. Alcorn State, 9-13-08 (50r, 57p)
99 Idaho at Middle Tennessee, 10-6-01 (28r, 71p)
99 Louisiana-Lafayette at Middle Tennessee, 11-15-03 (43r, 56p)
98 FIU at Maryland, 11-25-2010 (40r, 58p)
98 Arkansas State vs. Memphis, 9-8-12 (54r, 44 p)
PLAYS – SEASON
1016 Arkansas State, 2011 (516r, 500p)
997 Troy, 2010 (469r, 528p)
989 Louisiana-Monroe, 2012 (450r, 539p)
979 Troy, 2007 (462r, 517p)
973 Troy, 2009 (444r, 529p)
YARDS GAINED - GAME
760 Idaho at Middle Tennessee, 10-6-01 (123r, 637p)
736 Troy vs. Alcorn State, 9-13-08 (315r, 421p)
728 Louisiana-Lafayette at Louisiana-Monroe, 10-04-08 (556r, 172p)
721 Troy at Tennessee, 11-3-12 (225r, 496p)
697 Troy vs. North Texas 10-24-09 (205r, 492p)
YARDS GAINED – SEASON
6,314 Troy, 2009 (1939r, 4375p)
6,067 Arkansas State, 2012 (2681r, 3386 p)
5,985 Troy, 2012 (2007r, 3978p)
5,926 Middle Tennessee, 2009 (2862r, 3064p)
5,914 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012 (2515r, 3399p)
YARDS PER GAME - SEASON
498.8 Troy, 2012 (12-5985)
485.7 Troy, 2009 (13-6314)
481.4 Middle Tennessee, 2001 (11-5295)
466.7 Arkansas State, 2012 (13-6067)
464.8 Idaho, 2001 (11-5113)
YARDS PER PLAY - GAME
12.4 Arkansas State vs. Texas Southern, 9-06-08 (54-670)
12.1 Louisiana-Lafayette at Louisiana-Monroe, 10-04-08 (60-728)
10.4 Arkansas State vs. FIU, 10-24-05 (48-498)
10.2 Middle Tennessee vs. Idaho, 10-6-01 (67-685)
10.1 Middle Tennessee at Louisville, 9-6-07 (55-555)
YARDS PER PLAY – SEASON
6.8 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012 (873-5914)
6.8 Middle Tennessee, 2001 (781-5295)
6.6 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008 (821-5390)
6.5 Troy, 2009 (973-6314)
6.4 Arkansas State, 2012 (952-6067)
TEAM RECORDS FIRST DOWNS
MOST RUSHING – GAME
23 Arkansas State vs. Alcorn State, 9-22-12
22 Louisiana-Lafayette at Arkansas State, 10-13-05
21 New Mexico State vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 10-19-02
21 Arkansas State vs MVSU, 9-5-09
21 Arkansas State vs Central Arkansas 9- 24-11
MOST RUSHING – SEASON
159 Arkansas State, 2012
149 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2007
144 New Mexico State, 2002
138 Middle Tennessee, 2001
138 Louisiana-Monroe, 2007
MOST PASSING – GAME
33 Idaho at Middle Tennessee, 10-6-01
26 North Texas at SMU, 9-8-07
25 Troy vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 9-8-12
23 Troy vs. Central Michigan 1-6-10
22 Louisiana-Lafayette at Middle Tennessee, 11-15-03
22 North Texas at Louisiana-Monroe, 10-18-08
22 Louisiana-Monroe vs. Arkansas, 9-8-12
MOST PASSING – SEASON
191 Troy, 2009
183 Louisiana-Monroe, 2012
173 Idaho, 2001
171 Florida Atlantic, 2007
170 Troy, 2012
MOST BY PENALTY - GAME
8 Louisiana-Monroe vs. Florida Atlantic, 10-25-08
8 Louisiana-Monroe vs. Arkansas State 10-8-11)
MOST BY PENALTY – SEASON
33 South Alabama, 2012
32 Louisiana-Monroe, 2012
29 FIU, 2011
27 Arkansas State, 2011
27 New Mexico State, 2001
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS - GAME
39 Idaho at Middle Tennessee, 10-6-01
37 Middle Tennessee at Vanderbilt, 8-30-01
37 Troy vs. Middle Tennessee, 11-19-07
36 Troy vs. Alcorn State, 9-13-08
34 Idaho vs. San Diego State, 9-21-02
34 Arkansas State vs. Memphis, 9-8-12
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TOTAL FIRST DOWNS - SEASON
319 Arkansas State, 2012
312 Troy, 2009
309 Louisiana-Monroe, 2012
307 Troy, 2012
304 Arkansas State, 2011
THIRD DOWN CONVERSIONS – SEASON
51.1 Middle Tennessee, 2001 (69-135)
49.5 New Mexico State, 2003 (93-188)
49.0 Troy, 2012 (94-192)
48.2 WKU, 2012 (80-166)
47.5 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008 (75-158)
FOURTH DOWN CONVERSIONS - SEASON
77.8 Louisiana-Monroe, 2009 (7-9)
77.3 New Mexico State, 2002 (17-22)
75.0 Middle Tennessee, 2005 (9-12)
73.3 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2011 (11-15)
72.7 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012 (8-11)
TEAM RECORDS RUSHING
MOST ATTEMPTS – GAME
71 New Mexico State at Louisiana-Monroe, 10-25-03
69 North Texas vs. Middle Tennessee, 12-3-11
68 New Mexico State at Louisville, 8-23-01
67 New Mexico State at Louisiana-Monroe, 9-29-01
66 Louisiana-Lafayette at Arkansas State, 10-13-05
66 WKU at Arkansas State, 11-13-10
MOST ATTEMPTS - SEASON
591 New Mexico State, 2003
587 North Texas, 2002
573 New Mexico State, 2002
561 North Texas, 2003
555 Louisiana-Monroe, 2007
YARDS GAINED - GAME
556 Louisiana-Lafayette at Louisiana-Monroe, 10-04-08
464 North Texas vs. Middle Tennessee, 12-3-11
457 Louisiana-Lafayette at Arkansas State, 10-13-05
448 FIU at Troy, 11-13-10
441 Arkansas State vs. Texas Southern, 9-6-08
YARDS GAINED - SEASON
3,164 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008
3,019 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2007
2,797 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2005
2,681 Arkansas State, 2012
2,614 Middle Tennessee, 2001
YARDS PER GAME - SEASON
263.7 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008 (12-3164)
254.3 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2005 (11-2797)
251.6 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2007 (12-3019)
237.6 Middle Tennessee, 2001 (11-2614)
214.6 New Mexico State, 2002 (12-2575)
YARDS PER RUSH - GAME
15.0 Louisiana-Lafayette at Louisiana-Monroe, 10-04-08 (37-556)
10.0 Arkansas State vs. Texas Southern, 9-06-08 (44-441)
9.9 Arkansas State vs. Tennessee Martin, 9-6-03 (44-437)
9.5 Louisiana-Lafayette vs. WKU, 11-17-12 (34-324
9.1 Middle Tennessee at Louisville, 9-6-07 (29-265)
9.0 North Texas vs. Kansas State, 11-27-10 (33-298)
YARDS PER RUSH - SEASON
5.9 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008 (533-3164)
5.6 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2007 (542-3019)
5.5 Middle Tennessee, 2001 (471-2614)
5.3 North Texas, 2009 (420-2223)
5.3 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2005 (531-2797)
RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS - GAME
8 Arkansas State vs. Tennessee-Martin, 9-6-03
8 Arkansas State vs. MVSU, 9-5-09
7 Middle Tennessee vs. Austin Peay, 9-11-10
7 North Texas vs. Middle Tennessee, 12-3-11
RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON
34 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2005
33 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012
32 Middle Tennessee, 2001
32 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008
32 Middle Tennessee, 2010
TEAM RECORDS PASSING
MOST ATTEMPTS - GAME
75 Troy vs. Louisiana-Lafayette 9-8-12
72 Troy at LSU, 11-15-08
71 Idaho at Middle Tennessee, 10-6-01
68 Louisiana-Monroe vs. Arkansas, 9-8-12
67 Louisiana-Lafayette at North Texas, 11-10-01
MOST ATTEMPTS - SEASON
553 North Texas, 2007
539 Louisiana-Monroe, 2012
531 Troy, 2011
529 Troy, 2009
528 Troy, 2010
MOST COMPLETIONS - GAME
50 Troy vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 9-8-12
49 Idaho at Middle Tennessee, 10-6-01
46 North Texas at SMU, 9-8-07
42 Louisiana-Monroe vs. Arkansas, 9-8-12
41 Troy at North Texas, 10-25-08
MOST COMPLETIONS - SEASON
343 Louisiana-Monroe, 2012
340 Troy, 2010
337, Troy, 2012
333 Troy, 2009
332 Troy, 2011
COMPLETION PERCENTAGE - GAME
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90.5 Arkansas State vs. Middle Tennessee, 12-1-12 (19-21)
89.3 North Texas vs. Kansas State, 9-15-12 (25-18)
88.2 Middle Tennessee vs. Arkansas State, 10-9-04 (30-34)
87.9 Arkansas State vs Memphis, 9-10-11) (29-33)
85.2 Utah State vs. New Mexico State, 11-20-04 (23-27)
COMPLETION PERCENTAGE - SEASON
69.8 Middle Tennessee, 2004 (282-404)
69.0 Middle Tennessee, 2001 (214-310)
67.7 Arkansas State, 2012 (279-412)
66.2 Troy, 2012 (337-509)
65.2 Arkansas State, 2011 (332-531)
PASSING YARDS - GAME
637 Idaho at Middle Tennessee, 10-6-01
601 North Texas at SMU, 9-8-07
528 Troy vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 9-8-12
496 Troy at Tennessee, 11-3-12
492 Troy vs. North Texas, 10-29-09
492 Louisiana-Lafayette vs San Diego State, 12-17-11)
PASSING YARDS - SEASON
4,375 Troy, 2009
3,978 Troy, 2012
3,859 Troy, 2010
3,826 Idaho, 2001
3,817 Arkansas State, 2011
YARDS PER ATTEMPT - SEASON
8.7 North Texas, 2003 (225-1949)
8.6 Middle Tennessee, 2001 (310-2681)
8.6 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012 (242-3399)
8.5 New Mexico State, 2002 (276-2337)
8.3 New Mexico State, 2003 (285-2379)
8.3 Troy, 2009 (529-4375)
YARDS PER COMPLETION - GAME
27.5 FIU at Troy, 11-13-10 (8-220)
25.9 Louisiana-Lafayette vs. South Alabama 11-24-12 (14-362)
25.4 Arkansas State vs. Texas Southern, 9-06-08 (9-229)
23.8 North Texas vs. Arkansas State, 10-20-01 (6-143)
23.0 North Texas at Middle Tennessee, 10-25-03 (10-230)
YARDS PER COMPLETION - SEASON
16.0 North Texas, 2003 (122-1949)
14.0 Arkansas State, 2008 (167-2346)
13.8 New Mexico State, 2002 (169-2337)
13.7 North Texas, 2001 (114-1560)
13.6 Florida Atlantic, 2008 (243-3,312)
TOUCHDOWN PASSES - GAME
8 North Texas vs. Navy, 11-10-07
6 Middle Tennessee vs. Idaho, 10-6-01
6 Idaho vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 11-3-01
6 Idaho vs. San Diego State, 9-21-02
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33 Florida Atlantic, 2007
33 Troy, 2010
33 Louisiana-Monroe, 2012
28 Idaho, 2001
26 Troy, 2008
26 Florida Atlantic, 2009
INTERCEPTIONS THROWN - GAME
6 Louisiana-Lafayette at Texas A&M, 8-31-02
6 Arkansas State at Utah State, 10-25-03
5 Nine Times
INTERCEPTIONS THROWN - SEASON
28 North Texas, 2007
24 Middle Tennessee, 2010
21 Arkansas State, 2003
20 Louisiana-Monroe, 2003
FEWEST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN - SEASON
4 North Texas, 2004
5 FIU, 2011
5 Arkansas State, 2012
6 Middle Tennessee, 2001
6 New Mexico State, 2002
6 WKU, 2010
6 FIU, 2012
6 Florida Atlantic, 2012
TEAM RECORDS SCORING
MOST POINTS - GAME
83 Arkansas State vs. Texas Southern, 9-06-08
70 Middle Tennessee vs. Idaho, 10-6-01
68 North Texas vs. WKU, 10-31-09
66 Arkansas State vs. FIU, 10-24-05
65 Troy vs. Alcorn State, 9-13-08
MOST POINTS - SEASON
461 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012
454 Arkansas State, 2012
443 Troy, 2010
440 Louisiana-Monroe, 2012
438 Troy, 2009
MOST POINTS (TWO TEAMS) – GAME
136 Navy (74) at North Texas (62), 11-10-07
128 Middle Tennessee (70) vs. Idaho (58), 10-6-01
108 Louisiana-Lafayette (57) at Middle Tennessee (51), 4 OT, 11-15-03
117 WKU (49) at North Texas (68), 10-37-09
107 Florida Atlantic (57) vs. FIU (50), OT, 11-29-08
FEWEST POINTS - SEASON
115 FIU, 2006
148 Florida Atlantic, 2005
148 Louisiana-Monroe, 2001
154 North Texas, 2006
155 Florida Atlantic, 2011
FEWEST POINTS (TWO TEAMS) – GAME
3 Arkansas State (3) vs. Florida Atlantic (0), 10-22-05
6 Louisiana-Lafayette (6) vs. Florida Atlantic (0), 10-18-06
10 North Texas (10) vs. Idaho (0), 11-9-02
12 Arkansas State (9) vs. Troy (3), 11-12-05
12 South Alabama (9) vs. Nicholls State (3), 9-8-12
MOST TOUCHDOWNS - GAME
11 Arkansas State vs. Texas Southern, 9-06-08
10 Middle Tennessee vs. Idaho, 10-6-01
9 Five Times
MOST TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON
61 Louisiana-Monroe, 2012
58 Arkansas State, 2012
58 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012
56 Middle Tennessee, 2001
56 Troy, 2010
TEAM RECORDS KICKING
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS - GAME
9 North Texas vs. FIU, 10-7-06
7 FIU vs. North Texas, 10-7-06
7 FIU vs. Arkansas State, 11-8-08
7 Florida Atlantic vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 10-1-11
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS - SEASON
34 Arkansas State, 2011
29 Troy, 2008
27 Florida Atlantic, 2007
27 South Alabama, 2012
26 FIU, 2011
FIELD GOALS MADE - GAME
6 Arkansas State vs. Central Arkansas 9-24-11)
5 North Texas vs. FIU, 10-7-06
5 FIU vs. Arkansas State, 11-08-08
5 Arkansas State at Louisiana-Lafayette, 10-23-12
4 8 Times
FIELD GOALS MADE - SEASON
24 Arkansas State, 2011
22 FIU, 2011
20 Troy, 2008
20 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012
20 South Alabama, 2012
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE - SEASON
90.0 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2011 (18-20)
88.9 Troy, 2007 (16-18)
88.2 Middle Tennessee, 2004 (15-17)
88.2 Louisiana-Monroe, 2006 (15-17)
87.0 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012 (20-23)
PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED - GAME
11 Arkansas State vs. Texas Southern, 9-06-08
10 Middle Tennessee vs. Idaho, 10-06-01
9 5 Times
8 10 Times
PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED - SEASON
58 Louisiana-Monroe, 2012
56 Arkansas State, 2012
56 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012
53 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008
53 Troy, 2009
53 Troy, 2010
PAT KICKS MADE - GAME
11 Arkansas State vs. Texas Southern, 9-06-08
10 Middle Tennessee vs. Idaho, 10-06-01
9 Arkansas State vs. Tennessee-Martin, 9-6-03
9 Arkansas State vs. FIU, 9-21-05
9 North Texas vs. WKU, 10-31-09
9 Louisiana-Monroe at Tulane, 9-29-12
PAT KICKS MADE - SEASON
57 Louisiana-Monroe, 2012
53 Arkansas State, 2012
53 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012
52 Troy, 2009
50 Middle Tennesse, 2009
50 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008
50 Troy, 2010
TOTAL POINTS BY KICKING – GAME
23 Arkansas State vs Central Arkansas, 9-24-11) (6fg,5pat)
20 Arkansas State at Louisiana-Lafayette, 10-23-12 (5fg, 5pat)
17 Arkansas State vs. Texas Southern, 9-06-08 (2fg, 11pat)
17 Troy vs. Alcorn State, 9-13-08 (3fg, 8pat)
16 FIU vs. Arkanas State, 11-8-08 5fg, 1pat)
15 North Texas vs. FIU, 10-7-06 (5fg, 0pat)
15 Middle Tennessee vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 11-15-03 (3fg, 6pat)
15 Louisiana-Lafayette at Middle Tennessee, 11-15-03 (3fg, 6pat)
15 Louisiana-Monroe at Louisiana-Lafayette, 12-2-06 (4fg, 3pat)
TOTAL POINTS BY KICKING – SEASON
117 Louisiana-Monroe, 2012 (20 fg, 57 pat)
116 Arkansas State, 2011 (24fg, 44pat)
113 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012 (20 fg, 53 pat)
106 Troy, 2009 (18fg, 52pat)
104 Middle Tennessee, 2009 (18fg, 50pat)
104 Arkansas State, 2012 (17fg, 53 pat)
TEAM RECORDS PUNTING
MOST PUNTS - GAME
13 Louisiana-Monroe at Kansas State, 9-7-02
12 Six Times
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MOST PUNTS - SEASON
88 Louisiana-Monroe, 2002
88 North Texas, 2002
83 FIU, 2006
83 FIU, 2007
82 Middle Tennessee, 2009
YARDS PUNTED - GAME
508 North Texas at TCU, 9-21-02 (11-508)
501 Middle Tennessee vs. Troy, 10-5-10 (11-501)
494 North Texas at Texas, 9-4-04 (12-494)
492 North Texas at Kansas State, 11-24-05 (12-492)
456 FIU at Penn State, 9-1-07 (12-456)
456 FIU vs. Troy, 10-6-07 (9-456)
YARDS PUNTED - SEASON
3,673 North Texas, 2002
3,303 FIU, 2007
3,276 Troy, 2004
3,252 Florida Atlantic, 2010
3,218 North Texas, 2011
PUNTING AVERAGE - GAME
(min. 5 punts)
53.1 Louisiana-Monroe at Wyoming, 10-2-04 (8-425)
53.1 Florida Atlantic vs. Troy, 12-4-10 (7-372)
53.0 Middle Tennessee vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 11-10-07 (7-371)
52.7 Florida Atlantic vs. North Texas, 11-25-10 (3-158)
52.5 North Texas vs Houston, 9-10-11) (6-315)
PUNTING AVERAGE – SEASON
45.2 Florida Atlantic, 2010 (72-3252)
44.6 Louisiana-Monroe, 2005 (59-2634)
43.5 North Texas, 2011 (74-3218)
43.4 WKU, 2009 (57-2474)
42.6 FIU, 2009 (78-3319)
NET YARDS PER PUNT - SEASON
39.9 North Texas, 2011 (43.5-1.7)
39.4 Arkansas State, 2004 (41.4-2.0)
39.1 Louisiana-Monroe, 2005 (44.6-5.6)
38.8 Florida Atlantic, 2010 (45.2-3.9)
38.6 North Texas, 2003 (40.2-1.7)
TEAM RECORDS PUNT RETURNS
MOST RETURNS - GAME
9 Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Nicholls State, 9-1-01
9 Arkansas State at Missouri, 9-4-04
9 Idaho at North Texas, 11-13-04
8 6 Times
MOST RETURNS – SEASON
44 Idaho, 2004
39 Arkansas State, 2005
38 Idaho, 2003
37 North Texas, 2002
37 Utah State, 2003
YARDS RETURNED - GAME
152 Utah State vs. North Texas, 10-9-04
136 Troy vs. Oklahoma State, 9-14-07
132 Utah State at Troy, 10-2-04
127 Arkansas State vs. Tennessee Martin, 10-10-05
119 Troy vs. North Texas, 10-20-07
YARDS RETURNED – SEASON
539 Idaho, 2004
503 Troy, 2007
419 Troy, 2005
369 Louisiana-Monroe, 2004
365 Utah State, 2003
YARDS PER PUNT RETURN – GAME
(min. 3 returns)
36.0 Idaho vs. Arkansas State, 11-16-02 (3-108)
34.3 New Mexico State at Middle Tennessee, 10-27-01 (3-103)
33.0 Utah State at Troy, 10-2-04 (4-132)
30.4 Utah State vs. North Texas, 10-9-04 (5-152)
28.7 Troy vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 10-16-10 (3-86)
YARDS PER PUNT RETURN – SEASON
18.3 Utah State, 2004 (24-440)
16.8 Troy, 2007 (30-503)
15.9 FIU, 2011 (15-239)
13.0 Arkansas State, 2007 (22-287)
12.9 Florida Atlantic, 2006 (16-207)
PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - GAME
1 47 Times
PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS – SEASON
3 Troy, 2007
2 Seven times
TEAM RECORDS KICK RETURNS
MOST RETURNS - GAME
11 FIU vs. Arkansas State, 10-24-05
11 North Texas at Arkansas, 9-29-07
11 North Texas at Rice, 9-27-08
11 WKU at North Texas, 10-31-09
11 WKU at Middle Tennesse, 10-24-09
10 Idaho at Oregon, 9-14-02
10 Florida Atlantic at Louisville, 10-1-05
10 Troy at Arkansas, 9-1-07
10 FIU at Penn State, 9-1-07
10 North Texas vs. Navy, 11-10-07
9 8 Times
MOST RETURNS - SEASON
85 North Texas, 2008
81 FIU, 2007
81 WKU, 2009
80 North Texas, 2007
YARDS RETURNED - GAME
286 North Texas vs. Houston, 9-10-11
273 WKU at North Texas, 10-31-09
271 WKU at Middle Tennessee, 10-24-09
241 Middle Tennessee vs. McNeese State, 8-30-12
238 Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Oklahoma State, 10-8-10
YARDS PER KICK RETURN - GAME
(min. 3 returns)
46.3 Troy vs. Utah State, 10-2-04 (3-139)
46.3 Middle Tennessee vs. North Texas, 11-22-08 (3-139)
43.8 Middle Tennessee vs. Troy, 9-8-01 (4-175)
43.0 Middle Tennessee at WKU, 11-20-10 (5-215)
YARDS PER KICK RETURN - SEASON
26.1 WKU, 2011 (54-1409)
25.7 Middle Tennessee, 2012 (44-1129)
25.1 Middle Tennessee, 2010 (54-1356)
24.7 Louisiana-Monroe, 2011 (50-1236)
24.6 WKU, 2012 (44-1083)
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KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - GAME
2 New Mexico State at Tulsa, 10-6-01
1 36 Times
KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON
2 Middle Tennessee, 2006
2 New Mexico State, 2001
2 Middle Tennessee, 2001
2 FIU, 2010
2 North Texas, 2010
2 Louisiana-Monroe, 2011
1 25 Times
TEAM RECORDS TEAM DEFENSE
INTERCEPTIONS - GAME
6 Utah State vs. Arkansas State, 10-25-03
6 Troy vs. Alcorn State, 9-13-08
5 Eight Times
INTERCEPTIONS - SEASON
25 Troy, 2004
21 Troy, 2008
20 FIU, 2007
19 Arkansas State, 2006
19 Louisiana-Monroe, 2006
19 Florida Atlantic, 2007
19 MIddle Tennessee, 2009
19 Arkansas State, 2011
INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS - GAME
238 Arkansas State vs. FIU, 10-24-05
205 FIU vs. Florida Atlantic, 11-26-05
146 Middle Tennessee at Louisiana-Monore, 11-28-09
130 Middle Tennessee vs. Florida Atlantic, 11-27-10
125 Troy vs. Utah State, 10-2-04
YARDS PER RETURN - GAME
(min. 5 returns)
47.6 Arkansas State vs. FIU, 10-24-05 (5-238)
41.0 FIU vs. Florida Atlantic, 11-26-05 (5-205)
17.6 New Mexico State vs. Idaho, 10-13-01 (5-88)
16.4 FAU vs. Arkansas State, 10/28/06 (5-82)
10.2 Arkansas State at Idaho, 11-16-02 (5-51)
INTERCEPTIONS FOR TOUCHDOWNS - GAME
4 FIU vs. Florida Atlantic, 11-26-05
2 Six times
INTERCEPTIONS FOR TOUCHDOWNS – SEASON
7 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2011
4 FIU, 2005
3 Troy, 2004
2 13 times
FUMBLES RECOVERED – GAME
6 North Texas at FIU, 10-15-05
5 Middle Tennessee at Florida Atlantic, 10-22-11)
4 11 times
FUMBLES RECOVERED – SEASON
17 Arkansas State, 2002
17 North Texas, 2011
16 North Texas, 2001
16 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2003
16 Troy, 2010
16 Middle Tennessee, 2011
16 Middle Tennessee, 2012
SACKS - GAME
9 Louisiana-Lafayette at Middle Tennessee, 10-22-05
9 Arkansas State at Middle Tennessee, 10-20-07
9 North Texas at Troy, 10-20-07
9 WKU at FIU, 10-27-12
8 North Texas at Texas, 8-31-02
8 Troy at Marshall, 9-4-04
8 WKU vs. Arkansas State, 12-3-09
8 Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Nicholls State, 9-17-11
SACKS - SEASON
44 North Texas, 2002
40 Troy, 2004
40 Troy, 2010
38 Middle Tennessee, 2009
37 Troy, 2008
SAFETIES – SEASON
4 North Texas, 2003
3 North Texas, 2001
2 Seven Times
TEAM RECORDS TOTAL DEFENSE
FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED – GAME
57 Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Nicholls State, 9-1-01
69 Arkansas State vs. Mississippi Valley State, 9-5-10
103 Louisiana-Monroe vs. Texas Southern, 9-12-09
103 Middle Tennessee at North Texas, 10-30-06
104 Florida Atlantic vs. Arkansas State, 10-28-06
FEWEST YARDS ALLOWED - SEASON
3,600 Troy, 2005
3,611 FIU, 2006
3,668 Middle Tennessee, 2005
3,713 Arkansas State, 2006
3,773 North Texas, 2002
FEWEST TOTAL YARDS PER PLAY ALLOWED– GAME
1.3 Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Nicholls State, 9-1-01 (45-57)
1.9 Louisiana-Monroe vs. Texas Southern, 9-12-09
2.0 Troy vs. Alcorn State, 9-13-08 (61-120)
2.1 Arkansas State at Florida Atlantic, 10-28-06 (50-104)
2.2 Tennessee Tech at Middle Tennessee, 9-14-06 (61-135)
2.2 Arkansas State vs. Alcorn State, 9-22-12 (60-130)
FEWEST TOTAL YARDS PER PLAY ALLOWED– SEASON
4.2 FIU, 2007 (777-3236)
4.3 North Texas, 2002 (871-3773)
4.5 FIU, 2006 (802-3611)
4.5 Troy, 2008 (940-4257)
4.7 Utah State, 2003 (911-4321)
FEWEST TOTAL YARDS PER GAME ALLOWED – SEASON
269.7 FIU, 2007 (12-3236)
290.2 North Texas, 2002 (13-3773)
300.9 FIU, 2006 (12-3611)
309.4 Arkansas State, 2006 (12-3713)
311.0 Troy, 2004 (12-3732)
FEWEST RUSHES ALLOWED – GAME
15 New Mexico State at Louisiana-Monroe, 9-29-01
17 WKU vs Troy, 11-26-11)
17 Louisiana-Monroe at Louisiana-Lafayette, 11-5-11)
19 North Texas at Louisiana-Lafayette, 10-26-02
19 Florida Atlantic vs. FIU, 11-25-06
19 Louisiana-Lafayette at FIU, 11-18-06
19 Arkansas State at FIU, 9-30-06
FEWEST RUSHES ALLOWED - SEASON
380 North Texas, 2001
386 Louisiana-Monroe, 2011
391 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2006
393 Arkansas State, 2006
397 Florida Atlantic, 2006
397 Louisiana-Monroe, 2009
FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED – GAME
-14 Louisiana-Monroe at Troy, 10-15-2011
-12 FIU at Florida Atlantic, 11-16-12
-9 Louisiana-Monroe at Tulane, 9-29-12
-4 Louisiana-Monroe vs. Grambling, 11-9-07
1 Louisiana-Monroe vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 11-23-02
FEWEST RUSHING YARDS ALLOWED - SEASON
1,200 Louisiana-Monroe, 2011
1,211 Troy, 2004
1,321 Louisiana-Monroe, 2009
1,346 Arkansas State, 2011
1,361 North Texas, 2003
FEWEST YARDS PER RUSH ALLOWED – GAME
-0.7 Louisiana-Monroe at Troy, 10-15-11 (21- -14)
-0.6 FIU at Florida Atlantic, 11-16-12 (19- -12)
-0.4 Louisiana-Monroe at Tulane, 9-29-12 (21- -9)
-0.2 Louisiana-Monroe vs. Grambling, 11-9-07 (24- -4)
0.0 Louisiana-Monroe vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 11-23-02 (21-1)
0.2 Florida Atlantic vs. Arkansas State, 10-28-06 (26-6)
0.3 Louisiana-Monroe vs. Texas Southern, 9-12-09 (6-21)
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FEWEST YARDS PER RUSH ALLOWED- SEASON
2.7 Troy, 2004 (444-1211)
2.9 North Texas, 2003 (464-1361)
3.0 Arkansas State, 2011 (448-1346)
3.1 North Texas, 2002 (504-1542)
3.1 Louisiana-Monroe, 2011 (386-1200)
FEWEST RUSHING YARDS PER GAME ALLOWED - SEASON
100.0 Louisiana-Monroe, 2011 (12-1200)
103.5 Arkansas State, 2011 (13-1346)
104.7 North Texas, 2003 (13-1361)
110.1 Louisiana-Monroe, 2009 (12-1321)
118.6 North Texas, 2002 (13-1542)
118.6 FIU, 2011 (13-1542)
FEWEST PASS ATTEMPTS ALLOWED – GAME
5 Louisiana-Monroe at North Texas, 11-2-02
6 North Texas vs. Navy, 11-10-07
6 New Mexico State vs. Middle Tennessee, 11-2-02
7 Arkansas State vs. Tulsa, 9-7-02
7 Middle Tennessee at North Texas, 12-3-11
7 WKU vs Navy, 11-10-11
FEWEST PASS ATTEMPTS ALLOWED - SEASON
271 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2001
277 Arkansas State, 2006
286 Florida Atlantic, 2012
297 FIU, 2006
298 Arkansas State, 2001
FEWEST COMPLETIONS ALLOWED – GAME
0 Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Nicholls State, 9-1-01
2 Louisiana-Monroe at North Texas, 11-2-02
2 Arkansas State vs. Southern Utah, 11-2,-02
2 Middle Tennessee at North Texas, 12-3-11)
2 WKU vs. Austin Peay, 9-1-12
FEWEST COMPLETIONS ALLOWED - SEASON
137 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2001
158 Arkansas State, 2006
158 Florida Atlantic, 2012
159 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2002
163 Florida Atlantic, 2006
LOWEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE – ALLOWED GAME (min. 10 attempts)
0.0 Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Nicholls State, 9-1-01 (0-11)
16.7 Arkansas State vs. Southern Utah, 11-2-02 (2-12)
18.2 WKU vs. Austin Peay, 9-1-12 (2-11)
21.4 Idaho at North Texas, 11-9-02 (3-14)
29.4 Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Middle Tennessee, 9-29-01 (5-17)
30.0 North Texas vs. Nicholls State, 9-2-02 (3-10)
30.0 Louisiana-Lafayette vs. UAB, 9-21-02 (6-20)
LOWEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE ALLOWED - SEASON
50.6 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2001 (137-271)
52.1 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2002 (159-305)
53.4 Florida Atlantic, 2006 (163-305)
54.0 Utah State, 2003 (188-348)
54.2 North Texas, 2002 (199-367)
TEAM RECORDS DEFENSIVE FIRST DOWNS
FEWEST RUSHING ALLOWED - SEASON
74 Troy, 2004
75 Louisiana-Monroe, 2011
75 WKU, 2011
80 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2006
81 North Texas, 2002
FEWEST PASSING ALLOWED - SEASON
6 Troy, 2007
8 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2004
9 FIU, 2007
11 New Mexico State, 2002
11 Middle Tennessee, 2012
FEWEST PENALTY ALLOWED - SEASON
6 Troy, 2007
8 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2004
9 FIU, 2007
11 New Mexico State, 2002
12 Arkansas State, 2010
FEWEST TOTAL ALLOWED - SEASON
187 Arkansas State, 2006
196 Florida Atlantic, 2006
198 Louisiana-Lafayette, 2006
199 Troy, 2004
205 North Texas, 2002
TEAM RECORDS SCORING DEFENSE
FEWEST TOUCHDOWNS ALLOWED - SEASON
23 North Texas, 2002
26 Troy, 2005
30 FIU, 2011
32 North Texas, 2001
34 Louisiana-Monroe, 2006
34 Troy, 2008
34 Arkansas State, 2008
34 Arkansas State, 2009
FEWEST POINTS ALLOWED – SEASON
192 North Texas, 2002
200 Troy, 2004
206 Middle Tennessee, 2005
248 North Texas, 2001
253 FIU, 2011
FEWEST POINTS PER GAME ALLOWED – SEASON
14.8 North Texas, 2002
16.7 Troy, 2004
18.7 Middle Tennessee, 2005
19.5 FIU, 2011
20.8 Arkansas State, 2011
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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS TOTAL OFFENSE
PLAYS - GAME
84 Kolton Browning, Louisiana-Monroe vs. FIU, 11-19-11 (25r,59p)
83 Kolton Browning, Louisiana-Monroe vs. Arkansas, 9-8-12 (16r, 67p)
74 Kolton Browning, Louisiana-Monroe vs. WKU, 10-29-11 (15r,59p)
74 Levi Brown, Troy at LSU, 11-15-08 (2r, 72p)
73 Brian Lindgren, Idaho vs. Middle Tennessee, 10-6-01 (2r, 71p)
73 Giovanni Vizza, North Texas at Louisiana-Lafayette, 10-6-07 (16r, 57p)
PLAYS - SEASON
637 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State, 2011 (13g, 161r, 476p)
630 Omar Haugabook, Troy, 2007 (12g, 155r, 475p)
588 Giovanni Vizza, North Texas, 2008(12g, 95r, 493p)
574 Kolton Browning, Louisiana-Monroe, 2012 (12g, 146r, 428p)
562 Kolton Browning, Louisiana-Monroe, 2011 (12g, 419p, 143r)
YARDS GAINED - GAME
657 Brian Lindgren, Idaho at Middle Tennessee, 10-6-01 (20r, 637p)
597 Daniel Meager, North Texas at SMU, 9-8-07 (-4r, 601p)
571 Giovanni Vizza, North Texas vs. Navy, 11-10-07 (11r, 61p)
495 Steven Jyles, Louisiana-Monroe vs. Utah State, 10-26-02 (25r, 470p)
492 Blaine Gautier, Louisiana-Lafayette vs. San Diego State, 12-17-11 (22r, 470p)
YARDS GAINED - SEASON
4,261 Levi Brown, Troy, 2009 (13g, 7r, 4254p)
4,176 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State, 2011 (13g, 588r, 3588p)
3,780 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State, 2012 (13g, 438r, 3342p)
3,626 Corey Robinson, Troy, 2010 (13g, -100r, 3726p)
3,611 Terrance Broadway, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012 (13g, 769r, 2842p)
YARDS PER GAME - SEASON
327.2 Levi Brown, Troy, 2009 (13-4261)
321.2 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State, 2011 (13g-4176)
300.5 Omar Haugabook, Troy, 2007 (12-3606)
294.8 Kolton Borwning, Louisiana-Monroe, 2012 (12-3537)
290.8 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State, 2012 (13-3780)
284.7 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State, 2010 (12-3416)
TOUCHDOWN RESPONSIBILITY - GAME
8 Giovanni Vizza, North Texas vs. Navy, 11-10-07 (0r, 8p)
7 Riley Dodge, North Texas vs. WKU, 10-31-09
6 Wes Counts, Middle Tennessee vs. Idaho, 10-6-01 (0r, 6p)
6 Brian Lindgren, Idaho vs. San Diego State, 9-21-02 (0r, 6p)
6 Corey Leonard, Arkansas State vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 10-13-07 (1r, 5p)
6 Kolton Browning, Louisiana-Monroe at WKU, 10-20-12 (2r, 4p)
TOUCHDOWN RESPONSIBILITY - SEASON
36 Dwight Dasher, MIddle Tennessee, 2009
36 Kolton Browning, Louisiana-Monroe, 2012
32 Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic, 2007
32 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State, 2010
30 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State, 2011
30 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State, 2012
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is the only player to post two 1,600 rushing yard
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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS RUSHING
MOST ATTEMPTS - GAME
45 Bobby Rainey, WKU vs. Middle Tennessee, 11-20-10
43 Eric Higgins, New Mexico State at Louisiana-Monroe, 10-25-03
43 Bobby Rainey, WKU vs. Troy, 11-26-11
41 Jamario Thomas, North Texas vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 10-30-04
40 Three Times
MOST ATTEMPTS - SEASON
369 Bobby Rainey, WKU, 2011
340 Bobby Rainey, WKU, 2010
307 Patrick Cobbs, North Texas, 2003
304 Antonio Andrews, WKU, 2012
285 Jamario Thomas, North Texas, 2004
YARDS GAINED - GAME
313 Lance Dunbar, North Texas vs. Middle Tennessee, 12-3-11
297 Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette at Louisiana-Monroe, 10-04-08
291 Jamario Thomas, North Texas vs. Idaho, 11-13-04
270 Lance Dunbar, North Texas vs. Kansas State, 11-27-10
258 Jamario Thomas, North Texas vs. New Mexico State, 10-23-04
YARDS GAINED - SEASON
1,801 Jamario Thomas, North Texas, 2004
1,728 Antonio Andrews, WKU, 2012
1,695 Bobby Rainey, WKU, 2011
1,680 Patrick Cobbs, North Texas, 2003
1,649 Bobby Rainey, WKU, 2010
YARDS PER GAME - SEASON
180.1 Jamario Thomas, North Texas, 2004 (10-1801)
152.7 Patrick Cobbs, North Texas, 2003 (11-1680)
141.2 Bobby Rainey, WKU, 2011 (12-1695)
137.4 Bobby Rainey, WKU, 2010 (12-1649)
132.9 Antonio Andrews, WKU, 2012 (13-1728)
YARDS PER RUSH - GAME (MIN. 5 ATTEMPTS)
26.3 T.Y. Hilton, FIU at Troy, 11-13-10 (6-158)
20.4 Shermar Bracey, Arkansas State vs. Tennessee-Martin, 10-10-2005 (5-102)
20.2 Lance Dunbar, North Texas vs. Middle Tennessee, 9-26-09
17.9 Antonio Warren, Arkansas State vs. FIU (10-24-05 (8-143)
15.9 Reshard Lee, Middle Tennessee at Louisiana-Lafayette, 9-29-01 (8-127)
YARDS PER RUSH - SEASON (MIN. 100 ATTEMPTS)
7.3 Reshard Lee, Middle Tennessee, 2001 (108-790)
7.2 Mic Desormeaux, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008 (144-1035)
6.9 Lance Dunbar, North Texas, 2009 (200-1378)
6.5 Reggie Arnold, Arkansas State, 2007 (163-1060)
6.5 Bobby Rainey, WKU, 2009 (144-939)
6.5 Terrance Broadway, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012 (119-769)
RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS - GAME
5 Phillip Tanner, Middle Tennessee vs. North Texas, 11-22-08
5 Benny Cunningham, Middle Tennessee at Georgia Tech, 9-29-12
4 13 Times
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RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON
20 Dwone Hicks, Middle Tennessee, 2001
19 Patrick Cobbs, North Texas, 2003
19 Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008
17 Jamario Thomas, North Texas, 2004
17 Lance Dunbar, North Texas, 2009
LONGEST RUSHING PLAYS
98 Jordan Parker, Middle Tennessee vs. Troy, 11-24-12
89 Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette at Louisiana-Monroe, 10-04-08
88 Kenny Cattouse, Troy at FIU, 10-6-07
87 Jason Chery, Louisiana-Lafayette at Louisiana-Monroe, 10-04-08
86 Michael Desormeaux, Louisiana-Lafayette at Middle Tennessee, 10-10-07
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS ALLPURPOSE YARDS
MOST YARDS - GAME
392 Antonio Andrews, WKU vs. Middle Tennessee, 11-1-12
350 Jerrel Jernigan, Troy vs. Central Michigan 1-6-10
347 Blair Lewis, Idaho at Middle Tennessee, 10-6-01
342 Antonio Andrews, WKU at Louisiana-Lafayette, 11-17-12
339 Jason Chery, Louisiana-Lafayette at North Texas, 10-11-08
MOST YARDS - SEASON
3,161 Antonio Andrews, WKU, 2012 (1728r, 432 rec, 234pr, 767kr)
2,264 Jerrel Jernigan, Troy, 2009 (266r, 1101rec, 897kr)
2,163 T.Y. Hilton, FIU, 2008 (43r, 1013rec, 841kr, 29pr)
2,101 Bobby Rainey, WKU, 2009 (939r, 83rec, 105kr)
2,089 T.Y. Hilton, FIU, 2010 (282r, 848rec, 8333kr, 126pr)
YARDS PER GAME - SEASON
243.2 Antonio Andrews, WKU, 2012 (13-3161)
181.5 Jamario Thomas, North Texas, 2004 (10-1815)
180.2 T.Y. Hilton, FIU, 2008 (12-2163)
175.1 Bobby Rainey, WKU, 2009 (12-2101)
174.2 J. Jernigan, Troy, 2009 (13-264)
171.3 Bobby Rainey, WKU, 2011 (12-2056)
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS PASSING
ATTEMPTS - GAME
72 Levi Brown, Troy at LSU, 11-15-08
71 Brian Lindgren, Idaho at Middle Tennessee, 10-6-01
70 Corey Robinson, Troy vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 9-8-12
67 Kolton Browning, Louisiana-Monroe vs. Arkansas, 9-8-12
66 Jon Van Cleave, Louisiana-Lafayette at North Texas, 11-10-01
ATTEMPTS - SEASON
508 Corey Robinson, Troy, 2011
505 Levi Brown, Troy, 2009
505 Corey Robinson, Troy, 2010
493 Giovanni Vizza, North Texas, 2008
479 Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic, 2007
COMPLETIONS - GAME
49 Brian Lindgren, Idaho at Middle Tennessee, 10-6-01
46 Daniel Meager, North Texas at SMU, 9-8-07
46 Corey Robinson, Troy vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 9-8-12
42 Kolton Browning, Louisiana-Monroe vs. Arkansas, 9-8-12
40 Giovanni Vizza, North Texas vs. Navy, 11-10-07
40 Levi Brown, Troy at North Texas, 10-25-08
COMPLETIONS - SEASON
321 Levi Brown, Troy, 2009
321 Corey Robinson, Troy, 2010
316 Corey Robinson, Troy, 2011
309 Giovanni Vizza, North Texas, 2008
304 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State, 2011
COMPLETION PERCENTAGE - GAME (MIN. 10 COMP.)
92.3 Buck Pierce, New Mexico State at Middle Tennessee, 10-11-03 (12-13)
92.3 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State vs. Alcorn State, 9-22-12 (12-13)
90.5 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State vs. Middle Tennessee, 12-1-12 (19-21)
90.5 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State vs. Memphis, 9-10-11 (19-21)
88.2 Clint Marks, Middle Tennessee vs. Arkansas State, 10-9-04 (30-34)
COMPLETION PERCENTAGE - SEASON (MIN. 80 COMP.)
72.6 Wes Counts, Middle Tennessee, 2001 (188-259)
70.4 Clint Marks, Middle Tennessee, 2004 (259-368)
69.4 Buck Pierce, New Mexico State, 2003 (118-170)
68.0 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State, 2012 (276-406)
67.0 Buck Pierce, New Mexico State, 2004 (191-285)
PASSING YARDS - GAME
637 Brian Lindgren, Idaho at Middle Tennessee, 10-6-01
601 Daniel Meager, North Texas at SMU, 9-8-07
485 Corey Robinson, Troy vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 9-8-12
478 Giovanni Vizza, North Texas vs. Navy, 11-10-07
477 Levi Brown, Troy vs, Florida Atlantic 11-21-09
PASSING YARDS - SEASON
4,254 Levi Brown, Troy, 2009
3,726 Corey Robinson, Troy, 2010
3,588 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State, 2011
3,688 Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic, 2007
3,411 Corey Robinson, Troy, 2011
TOUCHDOWN PASSES - GAME
8 Giovanni Vizza, North Texas vs. Navy, 11-10-07
6 Wes Counts, Middle Tennessee vs. Idaho, 10-6-01
6 Brian Lindgren, Idaho vs San Diego State, 9-21-02
5 Nine Times
TOUCHDOWN PASSES - SEASON
32 Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic, 2007
29 Kolton Browning, Louisiana-Monroe, 2012
28 Corey Robinson, Troy, 2010
24 Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic, 2008
24 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State, 2012
LONGEST PASSING PLAYS
99 Giovanni Vizza, North Texas vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 10-13-07
94 Joe Craddock, Middle Tennessee at Louisiana-Monroe, 11-3-07
92 Brian Lindgren, Idaho vs. North Texas, 10-11-03
91 Brad McGuire, Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Troy 11-28-09
89 Josh Padrick, FIU at Maryland, 9-23-06
MOST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN - GAME
6 Jon Van Cleave, Louisiana-Lafayette at Texas A&M, 8-31-02
5 Kinsmon Lancaster, Louisiana-Monroe vs. Arkansas, 10-28-06
5 Brian Lindgren, Idaho at New Mexico State, 10-13-01
5 Andre Vige, Louisian-Monroe vs. Troy State, 11-10-01
5 Wayne Younger, FIU at Arkansas, 10-27-07
MOST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN - SEASON
20 Giovanni Vizza, North Texas, 2007
18 Dwight Dasher, Middle Tennessee, 2010
17 Omar Haugabook, Troy, 2006
17 Wayne Younger, FIU, 2007
16 Travis Cox, Utah State, 2004
16 Nick Noce, Arkasnas State, 2004
16 Giovanni Vizza, North Texas, 2008
FEWEST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN - SEASON (MIN. 100 ATTEMPTS)
1 Buck Pierce, New Mexico State, 2002
2 Jef VanCamp, Florida Atlantic, 2009
2 Jake Medlock, FIU, 2012
3 Andrico Hines, Middle Tennessee, 2003
3 Levi Brown, Troy, 2008
3 Jef Murphy, Middle Tennessee, 2011
3 Deon Anthony, Troy, 2012
PASS EFFICIENCY - SEASON
182.9 Brad McGuire, Louisana-Lafayette, 2009
166.6 Wes Counts, Middle Tennessee, 2001
154.7 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State, 2012
153.6 Blaine Gautier, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2011
153.5 Deon Anthony, Troy, 2012
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS RECEIVING
RECEPTIONS - GAME
17 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas at SMU, 9-8-07
15 Chris Lacy, Idaho at Middle Tennessee, 10-6-01
14 Nick Dugas, Louisiana-Lafayette at Arkansas State, 10-13-01
14 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas at Louisiana-Lafayette, 10-6-07
14 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texasvs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 10-11-08
14 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas vs. Navy, 11-10-07
14 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas vs. Troy, 10-25-08
14 Brent Leonard, Louisiana-Monroe at Arkansas State, 11-8-12
RECEPTIONS - SEASON
113 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas, 2008
111 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas, 2007
104 Brent Leonard, Louisiana-Monroe, 2012
103 J.D. McKissic, Arkansas State, 2012
96 Bobby Bernal-Wood, Idaho, 2004
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RECEPTIONS PER GAME - SEASON (MIN. 10 RECEPTIONS)
9.4 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas, 2008 (12-113)
9.3 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas, 2007 (12-111)
8.0 Bobby Bernal-Wood, Idaho, 2004 (12-96)
8.0 Brent Leonard, Louisiana-Monroe, 2012 (13-104)
7.9 J.D. McKissic, Arkansas State, 2012 (13-103)
7.2 Dwayne Frampton, Arkansas State, 2011
6.9 Kerry Wright, Middle Tennessee, 2004 (11-76)
YARDS GAINED - GAME
327 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas at SMU, 9-8-07
231 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 10-11-08
221 Chris Lacy, Idaho at Middle Tennessee, 10-6-01
209 Jerrel Jerningan, Troy vs. Arkansas State, 9-25-10
204 William Dukes, Florida Atlantic vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 12-1-12
YARDS GAINED - SEASON
1,322 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas, 2007
1,280 Kerry Wright, Middle Tennessee , 2003
1,198 Mack Vincent, Louisiana-Monroe, 2002
1,156 Dwayne Frampton, Arkansas State, 2011
1,119 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas, 2008
YARDS PER GAME – SEASON
110.2 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas (12-1322), 2007
106.7 Kerry Wright (12-1280), Middle Tennessee, 2003
99.8 Mack Vincent (12-1198), Louisiana-Monroe, 2002
95.3 Kerry Wright (11-1048), Middle Tennessee, 2004
95.0 Chris Lacy (11-1045), Idaho, 2001
93.2 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas, 2008 (12-1119)
YARDS PER CATCH - GAME (MIN. 5 CATCHES)
37.4 Kerry Wright (8-187), Middle Tennessee vs. NM State, 10-11-03
35.2 Johnny Quinn (5-176), North Texas vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 9-27-03
32.0 Tyrone Calico (5-160), Middle Tennessee vs. Idaho, 10-6-01
30.6 Mykeal Terry (5-153), Troy at Florida Atlantic, 11-11-06
30.2 Jimmy Labita (5-151), Idaho vs. North Texas, 10-11-03
YARDS PER CATCH - SEASON (MIN. 20 CATCHES)
25.3 Willis Wright, (25-633), FIU, 2012
24.7 T.Y. Hilton (41-1013), FIU, 2008
20.9 Johnny Quinn (34-709), North Texas, 2003
20.1 Thomas Parker (29-584), Florida Atlantic, 2005
19.2 Chris Bonner ((22-422), Florida Atlantic, 2008
18.5 LaGregory Sapp, (43-796), Louisiana-Monroe, 2006
TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS - GAME
5 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas vs. Navy, 11-10-07
4 Brent Leonard, Louisiana-Monroe vs. South Alabama, 10-27-12
3 Ten Times
TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS - SEASON
12 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas, 2007
11 George Marshall, North Texas, 2001
11 Kerry Wright, Middle Tennessee, 2004
10 Brent Leonard, Louisiana-Monroe, 2012
9 Kerry Wright, Middle Tennessee, 2003
9 Mack Vincent, Louisiana-Monroe, 2003
9 Johnny Quinn, North Texas, 2004
9 Drouzon Quillen, Louisiana-Monroe, 2005
9 Cortez Gent, Florida Atlantic, 2007
9 Cortez Gent, Florida Atlantic, 2008
9 Eric Thomas, Troy, 2011
9 Anthony Amos, Middle Tennessee, 2012
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS SCORING
MOST POINTS - GAME
36 Phillip Tanner, Middle Tennessee vs. North Texas, 11-22-08
30 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas vs. Navy, 11-10-07
30 Jason Chery, Louisiana-Lafayette at North Texas, 10-11-08
30 Benny Cunningham, Middle Tennessee at Georgia Tech, 9-29-12
24 20 Times
MOST POINTS - SEASON
148 Dwone Hicks, Middle Tennessee, 2001
126 Patrick Cobbs, North Texas, 2003
114 Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008
114 Lance Dunbar, North Texas, 2009
113 Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012
MOST POINTS PER GAME - SEASON
13.5 Dwone Hicks (11-148), Middle Tennessee, 2001
10.2 Jamario Thomas(10-102), North Texas, 2004
9.5 Tyrell Fenroy (12-114), Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008
9.5 Lance Dunbar (12-114) North Texas, 2009
8.7 Brett Baer (13-113), Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012
MOST TOUCHDOWNS - GAME
6 Phillip Tanner, Middle Tennesse vs. North Texas, 11-22-08
5 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas vs. Navy, 11-10-07
5 Jason Chery, Louisiana-Lafayette at North Texas, 10-11-08
5 Benny Cunningham, Middle Tennessee at Georgia Tech, 9-29-12
4 17 Times
MOST TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON
24 Dwone Hicks, Middle Tennessee, 2001
21 Patrick Cobbs, North Texas, 2003
19 Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008
19 Lance Dunbar, North Texas, 2009
17 Phillip Tanner, Middle Tennessee, 2008
17 Jamario Thomas, North Texas, 2004
17 Bobby Rainey, WKU, 2011
17 David Oku, Arkansas State, 2012
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS KICKING
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS - GAME
9 Dennis Hopovac, North Texas at FIU, 10-7-06
7 Dustin Rivest, FIU vs. North Texas, 10-7-06
7 Dustin Rivest, FIU vs. Arkansas State, 11-08-08
6 Casey Tinius, WKU at Louisiana-Monroe, 11-14-09
6 Brian Davis, Arkansas State vs Central Arkansas, 9-24-11
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS - SEASON
29 Sam Glusman, Troy, 2008
27 Warley Leroy, Florida Atlantic, 2007
27 Michel Chapuseaux, South Alabama, 2012
26 Jack Grif n, FIU, 2011
23 Dario Aguiniga, New Mexico State, 2002
23 Dario Aguiniga, New Mexico State, 2003
23 Josh Arauco, Arkansas State, 2007
23 Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012
FIELD GOALS MADE - GAME
6 Brian Davis, Arkansas State vs. Central Arkansas, 9-24-11
5 Dennis Hopovac, North Texas at FIU, 10-7-06
5 Dustin Rivest, FIU vs. Arkansas State, 11-08-08
5 Brian Davis, Arkansas State at Louisiana-Lafayette, 10-23-12
4 9 Times
FIELD GOALS MADE - SEASON
22 Jack Grif n, FIU, 2011
20 Sam Glusman, Troy, 2008
20 Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012
20 Michel Chapuseaux, South Alabama, 2012
19 Warley Leroy, Florida Atlantic, 2007
LONGEST FIELD GOALS
57 Jason Ball, North Texas vs. Arkansas State, 10-20-01
56 Bobby Zalud, Arkansas State vs Memphis, 9-10-11
55 Alan Gendreau, Middle Tennessee at Louisiana-Lafayette, 9-25-10
53 Five Times
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE - SEASON (MIN. 5 ATTEMPTS)
100.0 Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2010 (7-7)
100.0 Tyler Kuecker, Louisiana-Monroe, 2001 (5-5)
93.3 Cole Wilson, Louisiana-Monroe, 2006 (14-15)
90.0 Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2011 (18-20)
89.5 Josh Arauco, Arkansas State, 2008 (17-19)
PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED - GAME
11 Josh Arauco, Arkansas State vs. Texas Southern, 9-06-08
10 Brian Kelly, Middle Tennessee vs. Idaho, 10-6-01
9 6 Times
PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED - SEASON
58 Justin Manton, Louisiana-Monroe, 2012
56 Brian Davis, Arkansas State, 2012
56 Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012
53 Michael Taylor, Troy, 2010
52 Drew Edmiston, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008
52 Sam Glusman, Troy, 2008
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PAT KICKS MADE - GAME
11 Josh Arauco, Arkansas State vs. Texas Southern, 9-06-08
10 Brian Kelly, Middle Tennessee vs. Idaho, 10-6-01
9 Eric Neihouse, Arkansas State vs. Tennessee-Martin, 9-6-03
9 Eric Neihouse, Arkansas State vs. FIU, 10-24-05
9 Justin Manton, Louisiana-Monroe at Tulane, 9-29-12
PAT KICKS MADE - SEASON
57 Justin Manton, Louisiana-Monroe, 2012
53 Brian Davis, Arkansas State, 2012
53 Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012
50 Michael Taylor, Troy, 2010
50 Drew Edmiston, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008
50 Alan Gendreau, Middle Tennessee, 2009
PAT PERCENTAGE - GAME (MIN. 9 ATTEMPTS)
100.0 Josh Arauco, Arkansas State vs. TXSO, 9-06-08 (11-11)
100.0 Brian Kelly, Middle Tennessee vs. Idaho, 10-6-01 (10-10)
100.0 Eric Neihouse, Arkansas State vs. Tennessee-Martin, 9-6-03 (9-9)
100.0 Eric Neihouse, Arkansas State vs. FIU, 10-24-05 (9-9)
100.0 Jeremy Knott, North Texas vs. WKU 10-31-09 (9-9)
100.0 Justin Manton, Lousiana-Monroe at Tulane, 9-29-12 (9-9)
PAT PERCENTAGE - SEASON (MIN. 25 MADE)
100.0 Jack Grif n, FIU, 2010 (45-45)
100.0 Keith Stamps, Idaho, 2002 (36-36)
100.0 Jack Grif n, FIU, 2011 (36-36)
100.0 Eric Neihouse, Arkansas State, 2005 (35-35)
100.0 Josh Arauco, Arkansas State, 2007 (34-34)
100.0 Dustin Rivest, FIU, 2009 (33-33)
100.0 Alan Gendreau, Middle Tennessee, 2008 (32-32)
100.0 Adam Moss, FIU, 2005 (32-32)
100.0 Colby Smith, Middle Tennessee, 2005 (26-26)
100.0 Casey Tinius, WKU, 2009 (25-25)
100.0 Carlos Lopez, Middle Tennessee, 2012 (36-36)
TOTAL POINTS SCORED BY KICKING - GAME
23 Brian Davis, Arkansas State vs. Central Arkansas, 9-24-11 (6fg, 5pat)
20 Brian Davis, Arkansas State vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 10-23-12 (5fg, 5 pat)
19 Jeremy Knott, North Texas vs. WKU, 10-31-09 (4fg, 9pat)
17 Josh Arauco, Arkansas State vs. Texas Southern, 9-06-08 (2fg, 11pat)
17 Sam Glusman, Troy vs. Alcorn State, 9-13-08 (3fg, 8pat)
15 Dennis Hopovac, North Texas at FIU, 10-7-06 (5fg, 0pat)
15 Cole Wilson, Louisiana-Monroe at Louisiana-Lafayette, 12-2-06 (4fg, 3pat)
15 Brian Kelly, Middle Tennessee vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 11-15-03 (3fg, 6pat)
15 Sean Comiskey, Louisiana-Lafayette at Middle Tennessee, 11-15-03 (3fg, 6pat)
TOTAL POINTS SCORED BY KICKING - SEASON
113 Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012 (63pat, 20fg)
108 Sam Glusman, Troy, 2008 (48pat, 20fg)
104 Alan Gendreau, Middle Tennessee, 2009 (50pat, 18fg)
104 Brian Davis, Arkansas State, 2012 (53 pat, 17 fg)
102 Jack Grif n, FIU, 2011 (36pat, 22fg)
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS PUNTING
MOST PUNTS - GAME
12 Ryan Downes, Idaho vs. Washington State, 8-30-01
12 Andy Chance, Louisiana-Monroe at Florida, 9-8-01
12 Grant Autrey, Louisiana-Lafayette at LSU, 10-5-02
12 Brad Kadlubar, North Texas at Texas, 9-4-04
12 Truman Spencer, North Texas at Kansas State, 9-24-05
11 6 Times
MOST PUNTS - SEASON
85 Brad Kadlubar, North Texas, 2002
81 David DeFatta, Middle Tennessee, 2009
79 Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2011
78 Grant Autrey, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2002
77 Grant Autrey, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2003
YARDS PUNTED - GAME
508 Brad Kadlubar, North Texas at TCU, 9-21-02 (11-508)
494 Brad Kadlubar, North Texas at Texas, 9-4-04 (12-494)
492 Truman Spencer, North Texas at Kansas State, 9-24-05 (12-492)
468 Josh Davis, Middle Tennessee vs. Troy, 10-5-10 (10-468)
456 Chris Cook, FIU vs. Troy, 10-6-07 (9-456)
YARDS PUNTED - SEASON
3,619 Brad Kadlubar, North Texas, 2002
3,272 Thomas Olmstead, Troy, 2004
3,218 Will Atterberry, North Texas, 2011
3,185 Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2011
3,153 Mickey Groody, Florida Atlantic, 2010
PUNTING AVERAGE - GAME (MIN. 3 PUNTS)
59.8 Josh Davis, Middle Tennessee at Memphis, 9-18-10 (4-239)
56.7 Joel Stelly, Louisiana-Monroe at Louisiana-Lafayette, 10-11-03 (3-170)
56.5 Robert Billings, Middle Tennessee at New Mexico State, 11-2-02 (4-226)
54.8 Thomas Olmstead, Troy vs. Utah State, 10-2-04 (4-219)
54.7 Leon Jackson, Utah State vs. North Texas, 10-9-04 (3-164)
PUNTING AVERAGE - SEASON (MIN. 30 PUNTS)
46.3 Joel Stelly, Louisiana-Monroe, 2003 (67-3099)
45.7 Mickey Groody, Florida Atlantic, 2010 (69-3153)
45.3 Joel Stelly, Louisiana-Monroe, 2004 (62-2796)
44.6 Joel Stelly, Louisiana-Monroe, 2005 (59-2634)
43.5 Will Atterberry, North Texas, 2011 (74-3218)
LONGEST PUNT
79 Colby Smith, Middle Tennessee vs. FIU, 8-31-06
79 Jason Ball, North Texas vs. Middle Tennessee, 10-13-01
79 Brian Copple, New Mexico State vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 10-19-02
78 Josh Davis, Middle Tennessee at Memphis, 9-18-10
76 Joel Stelly, Louisiana-Monroe at Florida Atlantic,
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS PUNT RETURNS
MOST RETURNS - GAME
8 Cedric Thompson, Idaho vs. Middle Tennessee, 10-26-02
7 James Johnson, Arkansas State vs. Troy, 11-12-05
6 Ten Times
MOST RETURNS - SEASON
36 James Johnson, Arkansas State, 2005
33 Leodis McKelvin, Troy, 2005
29 Ja’Mel Branch, North Texas, 2002
28 Leodis McKelvin, Troy, 2006
28 C. Williams, Troy, 2009
YARDS RETURNED - GAME
198 Brelan Chancellor, North Texas vs. FIU, 10-16-10
136 Leodis McKelvin, Troy vs. Oklahoma State, 9-14-07
132 Kevin Robinson, Utah State at Troy, 10-2-04
130 James Johnson, Arkansas State vs. Tennessee-Martin, 10-10-05
114 Kevin Robinson, Utah State vs. North Texas, 10-9-04
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YARDS RETURNED - SEASON
436 Leodis McKelvin, Troy, 2007
417 Leodis McKelvin, Troy, 2005
385 James Johnson, Arkansas State, 2005
382 Kevin Robinson, Utah State, 2004
323 Darryl Surgent, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2011
YARDS PER PUNT RETURN AVERAGE - GAME (MIN. 3 RETURNS)
36.0 Rod Bryant, Idaho vs. Arkansas State, 11-16-02 (3-108)
34.3 Corey Paul, New Mexico State at Middle Tennessee,10-27-01 (3-103)
33.0 Kevin Robinson, Utah State at Troy, 10-2-04 (4-132)
28.3 Kevin Jones, Arkansas State vs. TXSO, 9-06-08 (3-85)
27.3 Nick Dugas, Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Minnesota, 9-7-02 (3-82)
YARDS PER PUNT RETURN AVERAGE - SEASON (MIN. 15 RETURNS)
22.5 Kevin Robinson, Utah State, 2004 (17-382)
17.4 Leodis McKelvin, Troy, 2007 (25-436)
13.4 Frantz Simeon, Florida Atlantic, 2006 (15-201)
13.3 Jerrel Jernigan, Troy, 2010 (23-306)
12.6 Leodis McKelvin, Troy, 2005 (33-417)
PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - GAME
1 47 Times
PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON
3 Leodis McKelvin, Troy, 2007
2 Leodis McKelvin, Troy, 2004
2 Kevin Robinson, Utah State, 2004
LONGEST PUNT RETURNS
98 Tim Sams, Idaho at Arkansas State, 10-27-01
97 T.Y. Hilton, FIU vs FAU, 11-12-11
90 Kevin Robinson, Utah State at Troy, 10-2-04
89 Kevin Jones, Arkansas State vs. Memphis, 9-27-07
87 Darryl Surgent, Louisiana-Lafayette vs San Diego State, 12-17-11
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS KICK RETURNS
MOST RETURNS - GAME
9 Tony Lukins, New Mexico State at New Mexico, 11-24-01
9 Daryl Surgent, Louisiana-Lafayette at Ole Miss, 11-6-10
9 Brelan Chancellor, North Texas vs. Houston, 9-10-11
8 Seven Times
MOST RETURNS - SEASON
50 Brelan Chancellor, North Texas, 2011
49 Brandon Thompkins, Arkansas State, 2007
48 DiIvory Edgecomb, Florida Atlantic, 2007
48 Lionel Singleton, FIU, 2007
44 Jason Chery, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2008
44 Bobby Rainey, WKU, 2009
44 Willie McNeal, WKU, 2010
YARDS RETURNED - GAME
286 Brelan Chancellor, North Texas vs. Houston, 9-10-11
238 Daryl Surgent, Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Oklahoma State, 10-8-10
222 Reggie Whatley, Middle Tennessee at WKU, 11-1-12
205 Leodis McKelvin, FIU vs. Florida Atlantic, 11-24-07
204 Willie McNeal, WKU at Kentucky, 9-11-10
YARDS RETURNED - SEASON
1155 DiIvory Edgecomb, Florida Atlantic, 2007
1119 Lionel Singleton, FIU, 2007
1094 Brelan Chancellor, North Texas, 2011
1062 Brandon Thompkins, Arkansas State, 2007
1050 Bobby Rainey, WKU, 2009
YARDS PER KICK RETURN AVERAGE - GAME (MIN. 3 RETURNS)
57.0 Jerrel Jerningan, Troy at Oklahoma State, 9-11-10 (3-171)
51.3 Charles Estes, Louisiana-Monroe vs. New Mexico State, 10-25-03 (3-154)
46.3 Phillip Tanner, Middle Tennessee vs. North Texas, 11-22-08 (3-139)
45.3 Leodis McKelvin, Troy vs. Louisiana-Monroe 10-14-06 (3-126)
42.7 Charles Estes, Louisiana-Monroe at Troy, 11-22-03 (3-128)
42.7 Luther Ambrose at Arkansas State 10/11/08 (3-128)
YARDS PER KICK RETURN AVERAGE - SEASON (MIN. 15 RETURNS)
32.2 Brelan Chancellor, North Texas, 2011 (50-1094)
30.5 Reggie Whatley, Middle Tennessee, 2012 (25-762)
29.2 R. Leonard, FIU, 2012 (26-758)
28.8 Damon Nickson, Middle Tennessee, 2006 (21-605)
28.8 T.Y. Hilton, FIU, 2009 (22-633)
KICK RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - GAME
2 Tony Lukins, New Mexico State at Tulsa, 10-6-01
KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON
2 Tony Lukins, New Mexico State, 2001
2 Damon Nickson, Middle Tennessee, 2006
2 Brelan Chancellor, North Texas, 2010
2 T.Y. Hilton, FIU, 2010
2 Luther Ambrose, Louisiana-Monroe, 2011
LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN
100 Tony Lukins, New Mexico State at Tulsa, 10-6-01
100 Antwuan Sherman, Idaho vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 10-16-2004
100 Leodis Mckelvin, Troy at South Carolina, 9-24-05
100 Jerrel Jerningan, Troy at Oklahoma State, 9-11-10
100 Luther Ambrose, Louisiana-Monroe vs. North Texas, 10-22-11
100 R. Leonard, FIU at Florida Atlantic, 11-16-12
98 Luther Ambrose, Louisiana-Monroe vs. FIU, 11-19-11
98 Lionel Singleton, FIU vs. Bowling Green, 9-16-06
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS DEFENSE
INTERCEPTIONS - GAME
4 Damon Nickson, Middle Tennessee vs. Louisiana-Lafayette, 10-28-06
3 Corey Small, Florida Atlantic vs. Arkansas State, 10-28-06
3 Chris Harris, Louisiana-Monroe at Florida Atlantic, 10-23-04
3 T. Polo, Florida Atlantic vs. Minnesota, 9-15-07
3 S. Martin, Troy vs. Alcorn State, 9-13-08
3 Greg James, Louisiana-Monroe at North Texas, 9-12-09
3 Jonathan Dowling, WKU at Kentucky, 9-15-12
2008 second round NFL draft pick Tyrell Johnson holds
the single game Sun Belt tackles record, having taken
down 25 total tackles in a game against North Texas
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INTERCEPTIONS - SEASON
9 Johnathan Burke, Arkansas State, 2003
8 Elbert Mack, Troy, 2007
7 Chris Harris, Louisiana-Monroe, 2004
7 T. Polo, Florida Atlantic, 2007
7 Marcus Udell, Middle Tennessee, 2009
6 Josh Thompson, Louisiana-Monroe, 2006
6 Tyrell Johnson, Arkansas State, 2007
6 T. Moore, Troy, 2008
6 Jonathan Dowling, WKU, 2012
INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS - GAME
101 Darin Davis, Middle Tennessee vs. Florida Atlantic, 11-27-10
99 Maurice Holman, North Texas at Middle Tennessee, 9-10-05
98 Anthony Gaitor, FIU vs. Middle Tennessee, 10-11-08
97 Tobe Nwigwe, North Texas at Western Kentucky, 11-01-08
96 Dwight Bentley, Louisiana-Lafayette vs North Texas, 10-10-09
INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS - SEASON (MIN. 2 RETURNS)
175 Anthony Gaitor, FIU, 2008
167 Kevin Byard, Middle Tennessee, 2012
142 Tyrell Johnson, Arkansas State, 2007
139 Darin Davis, Middle Tennessee, 2010
138 Chaz Williams, Louisiana-Monroe, 2005
YARDS PER INTERCEPTION RETURN - GAME (MIN. 2 RETURNS)
50.5 Darin Davis, Middle Tennessee vs. Florida Atlantic, 11-27-10 (2-101)
49.5 Kevin Byard, Middle Tennessee vs. Troy, 11-24-12 (2-99)
49.0 Anthony Gaitor, FIU vs. Middle Tennessee, 10-11-08 (2-98)
48.0 Dwight Bentley, Louisiana-Lafayette vs. North Texas, 10-10-09 (2-96)
31.0 M.D. Jennings, Arkansas State vs. Louisiana-Monroe, 9-18-10 (2-62)
YARDS PER INTERCEPTION RETURN - SEASON (MIN. 3 RETURNS)
46.3 Darin Davis, Middle Tennessee, 2010 (3-139)
41.8 Kevin Byard, Middle Tennesssee, 2012 (4-167)
41.0 Brynden Trawick, Troy, 2012 (3-123)
36.6 Jemarlou Moten, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2011 (3-110)
35.0 Anthony Gaitor, FIU, 2008 (5-175)
INTERCEPTIONS FOR TOUCHDOWNS - GAME
2 Tony Lukins, New Mexico State at Tulsa, 10-6-01
INTERCEPTIONS FOR TOUCHDOWNS - SEASON
2 Tony Lukins, New Mexico State, 2001
2 Anthony Gaitor, FIU, 2008
2 Kevin Byard, Middle Tennessee, 2012
LONGEST INTERCEPTION RETURNS
99 Maurice Holman, North Texas at Middle Tennessee, 9-10-05
97 Tobe Nwigwe, North Texas at Western Kentucky, 11-01-08
92 Tyrell Johnson, Arkanas State vs. FIU, 9-24-05
89 Michael Woods, Middle Tennessee vs. New Mexico State, 10-11-03
89 Melvin White, Louisiana-Lafayette vs. Troy, 12-03-11
88 Bradley Robinson, Middle Tennessee vs. Arkansas State, 11-11-06
88 Tony Lukins, New Mexico State vs. Arkansas State, 11-10-01
TACKLES - GAME
25 Tyrell Johnson, Arkansas State at North Texas, 11-26-05 (20-5)
23 Mike Anderson, Idaho at New Mexico State, 10-4-03 (5-18)
21 Chris Hurd, North Texas at Air Force, 9-13-03 (9-12)
21 Siddeeq Shabazz, New Mexico State vs. Oregon State, 9-8-01 (9-12)
20 Keyonvis Bouie, FIU vs. Alabama, 10-28-06 (8-12)
20 Kyries Hebert, Louisiana-Lafayette at Minnesota, 9-8-01 (10-10)
20 Josh Thompson, Louisiana-Monroe vs. North Texas, 10-18-08 (13-7)
20 Brynden Trawick, Troy at WKU, 11-26-11 (9-11)
TACKLES - SEASON
154 Frantz Joseph, Florida Atlantic, 2008 (81-73)
136 Cole Snyder, Idaho, 2004 (75-61)
133 Craig Robertson, North Texas (79-54)
131 Frantz Joseph, Florida Atlantic, 2007 (64-67)
131 Jake Johnson, South Alabama, 2012 (71-60)
SACKS - GAME
5 Quanterus Smith, WKU at FIU, 10-27-12 (5-0)
4 Antwan Barnes, FIU at Middle Tennessee, 8-31-06 (4-0)
4 Corey Williams, Arkansas State vs. Tulsa, 9-7-02 (4-0)
4 Rodney Hardeway, Louisiana-Lafayette at Middle Tennessee, 11-10-07 (4-0)
4 Audric Adger, FIU vs. North Texas, 12-1-07 (4-0)
4 Alex Carrington, Arkansas State at WKU, 12-3-09 (4-0)
4 Jamari Lattimore, Middle Tennessee at Louisiana-Lafayette, 9-25-10 (4-0)
4 Brandon Joiner, Arkansas State vs Louisiana-Lafayette 11-12-2011 (4-0)
SACKS - SEASON
13 Jonathan Massaquoi, Troy, 2010
13 Brandon Joiner, Arkansas State, 2011
12.5 Quanterus Smith, WKU, 2012
12 Brandon Lang, Troy, 2008
11.5 Erik Walden, Middle Tennessee, 2006
11.5 Jamari Lattimore, Middle Tennessee, 2010
11 Demarcus Ware, Troy, 2004
11 Antwan Barnes, FIU, 2005
11 Mario Addison, Troy, 2010
10.5 Alex Carrington, Arkansas State, 2008
10.5 Brandon Guillory, Louisiana-Monroe, 2005
PASSES DEFENDED - SEASON
18 Jykine Bradley, Middle Tennessee, 2001 (14-4)
18 Johnathan Burke, Arkansas State, 2003 (9-9)
16 Lionel Singleton, FIU, 2006 (11-5)
16 Anthony Gaitor, FIU, 2008 (11-5)
16 Bryan Willis, Troy, 2009 (12-4)
15 Six Times
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CAREER RECORDS - TOTAL OFFENSE
PLAYS - CAREER
1,909 Steven Jyles, Louisiana-Monroe (2002-2005)
1,874 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State (2009-2012)
1,631 Corey Leonard, Arkansas State (2006-2009)
1,518 Corey Robinson, Troy (2010-present)
1,482 Kawaun Jakes, WKU (2009-2012)
YARDS GAINED - CAREER
12,509 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State (2009-2012)
10,234 Steven Jyles, Louisiana-Monroe (2002-05)
10,053 Corey Robinson, Troy (2010-present)
9,777 Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic (2005-2009)
8,887 Corey Leonard, Arkansas State (2006-2009)
YARDS PER GAME - CAREER (MIN. 18 GAMES)
279.2 Corey Robinson, Troy, 2010-11 (36-10053)
274.3 Levi Brown, Troy, 2008-09 (23-6309)
269.3 Kolton Browning, Louisiana-Monroe, 2011-12 (24-6463)
266.1 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State, 2009-2012 (47-12509)
252.2 Omar Haugabook, Troy, 2006-07 (25-6306)
YARDS PER PLAY - CAREER (MIN. 300 PLAYS)
8.3 Terrance Broadway, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2012-present (434-3611)
7.6 Wes Counts, Middle Tennessee, 2001 (326-2471)
6.9 Levi Brown, Troy, 2008-09 (917-1608)
6.8 Brian Lindgren, Idaho, 2001-03 (921-6286)
6.8 Buck Pierce, New Mexico State, 2001-03 (483-3276)
CAREER RECORDS - RUSHING
MOST ATTEMPTS - CAREER
853 Bobby Rainey, WKU (2009-11)
818 Patrick Cobbs, North Texas (2001-05)
808 Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette (2005-2008)
782 Lance Dunbar, North Texas (2008-11)
737 Reggie Arnold, Arkansas State (2006-2009)
YARDS GAINED - CAREER
4,646 Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette (2005-2008)
4,283 Bobby Rainey, WKU (2009-2011)
4,224 Lance Dunbar, North Texas (2008-11)
4,050 Patrick Cobbs, North Texas (2001-2005)
3,937 Reggie Arnold, Arkansas State (2006-2009)
YARDS PER GAME - CAREER
118.9 Bobby Rainey (36-4,283), WKU (2009-2011)
103.0 Lance Dunbar (41-4224), North Texas (2008-11)
102.6 Dwone Hicks (21-2154), Middle Tennessee (2001-02)
101.0 Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette (46-4,646) (2005-2008)
100.7 Kevin Galbreath (26-2,417), North Texas (2001-02)
YARDS PER RUSH - CAREER (MIN. 100 ATTEMPTS)
6.5 ReShard Lee (218-1432), Middle Tennessee (2001-02)
6.5 Terrance Broadway (119-769), Louisiana-Lafayette (2012-present)
5.8 Tyrell Fenroy (808-4646), Louisiana-Lafayette (2005-2008)
5.5 Dwone Hicks (375-2154), Middle Tennessee (2001-02)
5.5 Tony Joseph (129-712), New Mexico State (2003)
RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS - CAREER
48 Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette (2005-2008
41 Lance Dunbar, North Texas (2008-11)
41 Eugene Gross, Middle Tennessee (2003-06)
36 Patrick Cobbs, North Texas (2001-2005)
34 Bobby Rainey, WKU (2009-2011)
CAREER RUSHING QUARTERBACK
2,843 Michael Desormeaux, Louisiana-Lafayette (2005-08)
2,419 Dwight Dasher, Middle Tennessee (2007-10)
1,756 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State (2009-2012)
1,568 Corey Leonard, Arkansas State (2006-09)
1,557 Kinsmon Lancaster, Louisiana-Monroe (2005-08)
CAREER RECORDS - ALL-PURPOSE YARDS
MOST YARDS - CAREER
7,498 T.Y. Hilton, FIU (2008-11)
6,036 Bobby Rainey, WKU (2009-2011)
5,985 Jerrel Jernigan, Troy (2007-10)
5,375 Lance Dunbar, North Texas (2008-11)
5,231 Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette (2005-08)
YARDS PER GAME - CAREER (MIN. 20 GAMES)
167.7 Bobby Rainey (36-6,036), WKU (2009-2011)
149.6 T.Y. Hilton (37-5,602), FIU (2008-11)
139.3 Antonio Andrews (30-4,180), WKU (2010-present)
131.1 Lance Dunbar (29-3,900), North Texas (2008-11)
125.4 Dwone Hicks (21-2,634), Middle Tennessee (2001-02)
Louisiana-Lafayette’s Tyrell Fenroy is the all-time
career rushing leader in the Sun Belt and was named
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ULM’s Steven Jyles fnds his name in the record books in numerous
categories. He was named Sun Belt Player of the Year in 2005.
CAREER RECORDS - PASSING
ATTEMPTS - CAREER
1,445 Steven Jyles, Louisiana-Monroe (2002-2005)
1,407 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State (2009-2012)
1,403 Corey Robinson, Troy (2010-present)
1,361 Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic (2005-2009)
1,123 Kawaun Jakes, WKU (2006-09)
COMPLETIONS - CAREER
906 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State (2009-12)
895 Corey Robinson, Troy (2010-present)
781 Steven Jyles, Louisiana-Monroe (2002-05)
768 Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic (2005-2009)
668 Clint Marks, Middle Tennessee (2003-2006)
COMPLETION PERCENTAGE - CAREER (MIN. 500 ATTEMPTS)
66.4 Ryan Aplin (906-1,407), Arkansas State (2009-2012)
66.0 Clint Marks (668-1012), Middle Tennessee (2003-06)
63.8 Corey Robinson (895-1403), Troy (2010-present)
62.9 Levi Brown (522-830), Troy (2008-09)
61.3 Omar Haugabook (532-868), Troy (2006-07)
PASSING YARDS - CAREER
10,753 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State (2009-2012)
10,278 Corey Robinson, Troy (2010-present)
10,112 Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic (2005-2009)
8,789 Steven Jyles, Louisiana-Monroe (2002-2005)
7,538 Kawaun Jakes, WKU (2009-12)
TOUCHDOWN PASSES - CAREER
76 Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic (2005-2009)
67 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State (2009-2012)
61 Corey Robinson, Troy (2010-present)
53 Steven Jyles, Louisiana-Monroe (2002-2005)
51 Kawaun Jakes, WKU (2009-12)
MOST INTERCEPTIONS THROWN - CAREER
43 Steven Jyles, Louisiana-Monroe (2002-05)
39 Corey Robinson, Troy (2010-present)
38 Jerry Babb, Louisiana-Lafayette (2003-06)
38 Dwight Dasher, Middle Tennessee (2007-2010)
37 Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State (2009-2012)
37 Corey Leonard, Arkansas State (2006-09)
CAREER RECORDS - RECEIVING
RECEPTIONS - CAREER
262 Jerrel Jernigan, Troy (2007-10)
229 T.Y. Hilton, FIU (2008-11)
229 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas (2005-08)
209 Brent Leonard, Louisiana-Monroe (2009-12)
187 Johnny Quinn, North Texas (2003-2006)
YARDS GAINED - CAREER
3,531 T.Y. Hilton, FIU (2008-11)
3,128 Jerrel Jernigan, Troy (2007-10)
2,718 Johnny Quinn, North Texas, (2003-2006)
2,646 Mack Vincent, Louisiana-Monroe (2001-03)
2,638 Fred Stamps, Louisiana-Lafayette, 2001-03
YARDS PER GAME - CAREER (MIN. 20 GAMES)
75.8 Dwayne Frampton (25-1894), Arkansas State (2010-11)
75.4 Fred Stamps (35-2638), Louisiana-Lafayette (2001-03)
73.0 Chandler Williams (21-1534), FIU (2005-06)
72.4 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas (2005-08)
71.9 Mack Vincent (35-2517), Louisiana-Lafayette (2001-03)
YARDS PER CATCH - CAREER (MIN. 100 CATCHES)
17.6 LaGregory Sapp (117-2060), Louisiana-Monroe (2005-09)
16.6 Fred Stamps (159-2638), Louisiana-Lafayette (2001-03)
16.6 Taylor Stockemer (129-2146), Arkanas State (2009-12)
16.5 Chip Reeves (117-1928), Troy (2009-12)
16.3 Drouzon Quillen (121-1979), Louisiana-Monroe (2002, 04-05)
TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS - CAREER
24 T.Y. Hilton, FIU (2008-11)
22 Kerry Wright, Middle Tennessee (2001-03)
21 Johnny Quinn, North Texas (2003-2006)
20 Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas (2005-08)
20 Cortez Gent, Florida Atlantic (2005-2009)
CAREER RECORDS - SCORING
MOST POINTS - CAREER
295 Alan Gendreau, Middle Tennessee (2008-11)
294 Lance Dunbar, North Texas (2008-11)
294 Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette (2005-08)
288 Josh Arauco, Arkansas State (2006-09)
284 Greg Whibbs, Troy (2004-07)
MOST POINTS PER GAME - CAREER (MIN. 20 GAMES)
10.2 Dwone Hicks (21-214), Middle Tennessee (2001-02)
7.6 Brian Davis (31-235), Arkansas State (2010-12)
7.2 Lance Dunbar (41-294), North Texas (2008-11)
6.9 Phillip Tanner (27-186), Middle Tennessee (2008-10)
6.6 Bobby Rainey (36-236), WKU (2009-2011)
MOST TOUCHDOWNS - CAREER
49 Lance Dunbar, North Texas (2008-11)
49 Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette (2005-08)
42 Eugene Gross, Middle Tennessee (2003-06)
39 Bobby Rainey, WKU (2009-2011)
38 Patrick Cobbs, North Texas (2001-05)
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Louisiana-Lafayette’s Brett Baer hit a game winning 50-yard
feld goal to the win R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl in 2011.
CAREER RECORDS - KICKING
FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS - CAREER
76 Josh Arauco, Arkansas State (2006-09)
71 Greg Whibbs, Troy (2006-07)
67 Eric Neihouse, Arkansas State (2002-2005)
66 Sean Comiskey, Louisiana-Lafayette (2002-05)
64 Nick Bazaldua, North Texas (2002-05)
FIELD GOALS MADE - CAREER
58 Josh Arauco, Arkansas State (2006-09)
50 Greg Whibbs, Troy (2006-07)
48 Jack Grif n, FIU (2009-12)
46 Alan Gendreau, Middle Tennessee (2008-11)
45 Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette (2009-2012)
FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE - CAREER (MIN. 25 ATTEMPTS)
90.0 Brett Baer (45-50), Louisiana-Lafayette (2009-2012)
80.4 Brian Davis (45-51), Arkansas State (2010-2012)
77.7 Michael Taylor (28-36), Troy (2008-2011)
77.4 Jack Grif n (48-62), FIU (2009-12)
74.2 Alan Gendreau (46-62), Middle Tennessee (2008-2011)
PAT KICKS ATTEMPTED - CAREER
160 Alan Gendreau, Middle Tennessee (2008-11)
141 Greg Whibbs, Troy (2004-07)
131 Nick Bazaldua, North Texas (2002-06)
130 Michael Taylor, Troy (2009-11)
129 Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette (2009-2012)
PAT KICKS MADE - CAREER
157 Alan Gendreau, Middle Tennessee (2008-11)
134 Greg Whibbs, Troy (2004-07)
123 Eric Neihouse, Arkansas State (2002-05)
122 Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette (2009-2012)
122 Michael Taylor, Troy (2009-11)
PAT PERCENTAGE - CAREER (MIN. 50 ATTEMPTS)
98.9 Colby Smith (96-97), Middle Tennessee (2003-2006)
98.4 Eric Neihouse (123-125), Arkansas State (2002-2005)
98.1 Alan Gendreau (157-160), Middle Tennessee (2008-11)
97.4 Jack Grif n (114-117), FIU (2009-12)
97.1 Keith Stamps (66-68), Idaho (2001-02
TOTAL POINTS SCORED BY KICKING - CAREER
295 Alan Gendreau, Middle Tennessee (2008-11)
288 Josh Arauco, Arkansas State (2006-09)
284 Greg Whibbs, Troy (2004-07)
258 Jack Grif n, FIU (2009-12)
257 Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette (2009-12)
CAREER RECORDS - PUNTING
MOST PUNTS - CAREER
264 Truman Spencer, North Texas (2005-08)
242 Will Atterberry, North Texas (2009-12)
242 Spencer Ortego, Louisiana-Lafayette (2007-10)
240 Will Goggans, Troy (2008-11)
231 Brad Kadlubar, North Texas (2001-04)
YARDS PUNTED - CAREER
10,702 Truman Spencer, North Texas (2005-08)
10,048 Will Atterberry, North Texas (2009-12)
9,797 Will Goggans, Troy (2008-11)
9,619 Spencer Ortego, Louisiana-Lafayette (2007-10
9,489 Brad Kadlubar, North Texas (2001-04)
PUNTING AVERAGE - CAREER (MIN. 100 PUNTS)
44.2 Joel Stelly, Louisiana-Monroe (2002-2005)
42.3 R. Billings (157-6648), Middle Tennessee (2001-03)
42.1 Mickey Groody (217-9,127), Florida Atlantic (2007-11)
41.2 Ryan Downes (166-6845), Idaho (2001-03)
41.8 Thomas Olmstead (138-5778), Troy (2004-05)
CAREER RECORDS - PUNT RETURNS
MOST RETURNS - CAREER
112 Leodis McKelvin, Troy (2004-07)
60 Tavious Polo, Florida Atlantic (2006-10)
58 Darrell McNeal, Louisiana-Monroe (2005-09)
56 Kevin Jones, Arkansas State (2005-08)
50 Johnny Quinn, North Texas (2003-06)
YARDS RETURNED - CAREER
1,471 Leodis McKelvin, Troy (2004-07)
614 T.Y. Hilton, FIU (2008-11)
478 James Johnson, Arkansas State (2004-05)
470 Kevin Jones, Arkansas State (2005-08)
418 Johnny Quinn, North Texas (2003-2006)
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Leodis McKelvin was a frst round pick of the Bufalo Bills in the 2008
NFL Draft and fnds a spot in several of the Sun Belt Conference’s kick
return records.
YARDS PER PUNT RETURN AVERAGE - CAREER (MIN. 18 RETURNS)
15.2 James Hickenbotham (21-319), Arkansas State (2001-02)
14.0 Tyrone Giford (24-335), New Mexico State (2001-02)
13.1 Leodis McKelvin, Troy (2004-07)
12.8 Jerrel Jernigan, Troy (2007-10)
12.5 T.Y. Hilton (49-614), FIU (2008-2011)
PUNT RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - CAREER
7 Leodis McKelvin, Troy (2004-2007)
2 Kevin Robinson, Utah State (2004)
2 T.Y. Hilton, FIU (2008-11)
2 Don Jones, Arkansas State (2008-12)
CAREER RECORDS - KICK RETURNS
MOST RETURNS - CAREER
123 Brandon Thompkins, Arkansas State (2006-09)
108 Desmond Gee, Middle Tennessee (2006-09)
107 Luther Ambrose, Louisiana-Monroe (2008-11)
101 Brelan Chancellor, North Texas (2010-12)
99 Leodis McKelvin, Troy (2004-07)
YARDS RETURNED - CAREER
2,855 T.Y. Hilton, FIU (2008-11)
2,696 Brandon Thompkins, Arkansas State (2006-09)
2,560 Luther Ambrose, Louisiana-Monroe (2008-11)
2,368 Brelan Chancellor, North Texas (2010-12)
2,346 Leodis McKelvin, Troy (2004-07)
YARDS PER KICK RETURN AVERAGE - CAREER (MIN. 25 RETURNS)
29.7 T.Y. Hilton (96-2,853), FIU (2008-11)
29.5 Reggie Whatley (28-827), Middle Tennessee (2010-2012)
29.2 Richard Leonard (26-758), FIU (2012)
27.4 Charles Estes (36-988), Louisiana-Monroe (2003)
26.7 Brelan Chancellor 29-2,368), North Texas (2010-12)
KICKOFF RETURN TOUCHDOWNS - CAREER
4 T.Y. Hilton, FIU
3 Luther Ambrose, Louisiana-Monroe
2 Brelan Chancellor, North Texas
2 Tony Lukins, New Mexico State
2 Damon Nickson, Middle Tennessee
2 Lionell Singleton, FIU
CAREER RECORDS - DEFENSE
INTERCEPTIONS - CAREER
17 Greg James, Louisiana-Monroe (2006-09)
14 Bradley Robinson, Middle Tennessee (2004-2007)
14 Chris Harris, Louisiana-Monroe (2001-04)
14 Johnathan Burke, Arkansas State (2003-04)
13 Tyrell Johnson, Arkansas State (2004-07)
13 Corey Small, Florida Atlantic (2005-08)
INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS - CAREER
309 Tyrell Johnson, Arkansas State (2004-07)
265 Greg James, Louisiana-Monroe (2006-09)
263 Anthony Gaitor, FIU (2007-2010)
236 Koby McKinnon, Arkansas State (2004-07)
235 Corey Small, Florida Atlantic (2004-08)
YARDS PER INTERCEPTION RETURN - CAREER (MIN. 3 RETURNS)
51.0 Maurice Holman, North Texas (2004-07)
46.3 Darin Davis, Middle Tennessee (2008-Present)
46.3 Darin Davis, Middle Tennessee (2008-11)
41.8 Kevin Byard, Middle Tennessee (2012)
41.0 Brynden Trawick, Troy (2012)
INTERCEPTIONS FOR TOUCHDOWNS - CAREER
3 Anthony Gaitor, FIU (2007-2010)
3 Dwight Bentley, Louisiana-Lafayette (2008-11)
2 Tony Lukins, New Mexico State (2001)
2 Lionell Singleton, FIU (2005-07)
2 Greg James, Louisiana-Monroe (2006-2010)
2 Chaz Williams, Louisiana-Monroe (2004-2006)
2 Kris Bartels, Florida Atlantic (2005-07)
2 Corey Small, Florida Atlantic (2005-08)
2 Jeremy Kellem, Middle Tennessee (2007-2010)
2 Boris Lee, Troy (2006-09)
2 Jemarlous Moten, Louisiana-Lafayette (2011)
2 Kevin Byard, Middle Tennessee (2012)
TACKLES - CAREER
397 Bois Lee, Troy (2006-09)
382 Craig Robertson, North Texas (2007-10)
381 Cardia Jackson, Louisiana-Monroe (2006-09)
363 Tyrell Johnson, Arkansas State (2004-07)
349 Chris Harris, Louisiana-Monroe (2001-04)
SACKS - CAREER
26.0 Quanterus Smith, WKU (2009-12)
23.5 Brandon Lang, Troy (2006-09)
22.5 Erik Walden, Middle Tennessee (2004-2007)
22.0 Aaron Morgan, Louisiana-Monroe (2006-2009)
22.0 Adrian Awasom, North Texas (2001-04)
22.0 Jonathan Massaquoi, Troy (2010-11)
21.5 Alex Carrington, Alex Carrington (2006-09)
21.5 Brandon Guillory, Louisiana-Monroe (2003-05)
20.5 Jamari Lattimore, Middle Tennessee (2008-2010)
19.0 Brandon Joiner, Arkansas State (2010-11)
PASSES DEFENDED - CAREER
33 Greg James, Louisiana-Monroe (2006-2009)
32 Sherrod Martin, Troy (2004-08)
31 Anthony Gaitor, FIU (2008-10)
30 Bryan Willis, Troy (2009-12)
30 Jonas Buckles, North Texas (2001-04)
30 Bradley Robinson, Middle Tennessee (2004-2007)
30 Cash Mouton, Louisiana-Monroe (2001-04)
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2012 All-Sun Belt Team
FIRST TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State
RB - David Oku, Arkansas State
RB - Antonio Andrews, WKU
WR - Brent Leonard, Louisiana-Monroe
WR - Anthony Amos, Middle Tennessee
WR - Chip Reeves, Troy
TE - Jack Doyle, WKU
OL - Zack McKnight, Arkansas State
OL - Micah James, Middle Tennessee
OL - Aaron Fortenberry, North Texas
OL - Kyle Wilborn, Troy
OL - Adam Smith, WKU
DEFENSE
DL - Ryan Carrethers, Arkansas State
DL - Tourek Williams, FIU
DL - Emeka Onyenekwu, Louisiana-Lafayette
DL - Quanterus Smith, WKU
LB - Nathan Herrold, Arkansas State
LB - Jake Johnson, South Alabama
LB - Andrew Jackson, WKU
DB - Johnathan Cyprien, FIU
DB - Jemarlous Moten, Louisiana-Lafayette
DB - Brynden Trawick, Troy
DB - Jonathan Dowling, WKU
SPECIAL TEAMS
P - Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette
K - Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette
RS - Reggie Whatley, Middle Tennessee
AP - Antonio Andrews, WKU
SECOND TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Kolton Browning, Louisiana-Monroe
RB - Benny Cunningham, Middle Tennessee
RB - Shawn Southward, Troy
WR - J.D. McKissic, Arkansas State
WR - William Dukes, Florida Atlantic
WR - Harry Peoples, Louisiana-Lafayette
TE - Nexon Dorvilus, Florida Atlantic
OL - Caylin Hauptmann, FIU
OL - Leonardo Bates, Louisiana-Lafayette
OL - Jonathon Gill, Louisiana-Monroe
OL - Andrew Huval, Louisiana-Lafayette
OL - Josh Allen, Louisiana-Monroe
DEFENSE
DL - Tim Starson, Arkansas State
DL - Omar McLendon, Middle Tennessee
DL - Alex Page, South Alabama
DL - R.J. Young, Louisiana-Monroe
LB - Tony Davis, Troy
LB - Zach Orr, North Texas
LB - Kanorris Davis, Troy
DB - Brent Harstad, Florida Atlantic
DB - Isaiah Newsome, Louisiana-Monroe
DB - Kevin Byard, Middle Tennessee
DB - Zac Whitfeld, North Texas
SPECIAL TEAMS
K - Brian Davis, Arkansas State
P - Will Atterberry, North Texas
RS - Deon Anthony, Troy
AP - Antonio Andrews, WKU
Player of the Year: Ryan Aplin, ASU
Ofensive Player of the Year: Kolton Browing, ULM
Defensive Player of the Year: Quanterus Smith, WKU
Freshman of the Year: J.D. McKissic, ASU
Coach of the Year: Todd Berry, ULM
Honorable Mention: Taylor Stockemer (Arkansas State, Sr., WR); Qushaun Lee (Arkansas State, So., LB); Daniel McKinney (Florida At-
lantic, Jr., WR); Andrae Kirk (Florida Atlantic, So., LB); Rupert Bryan (FIU, Sr., OL); Jose Cheeseborough (FIU, Sr., DB); Terrance Broadway
(Louisiana-Lafayette, So., QB); Jaron Odom (Louisiana-Lafayette, Sr., OL); Je’Ron Hamm (Louisiana-Monroe, Jr., WR); DaCorris Ford
(Louisiana-Monroe, r-Sr., LB); Logan Kilgore (Middle Tennessee, r-Jr., QB); Josh Walker (Middle Tennessee, r-Jr., OL); Cyril Lemon (North
Texas, So., OL); Mason Y’Barbo (North Texas, So., OL); Enrique Williams (South Alabama, Jr., LB); B.J. Scott (South Alabama, Sr., DB);
Corey Robinson (Troy, Jr., QB); Eric Thomas (Troy, WR, Jr.); Kawaun Jakes (WKU, Sr., QB); Jamarcus Allen (WKU, Sr., DL)
2011 All-Sun Belt Team
FIRST TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State
RB - Lance Dunbar, North Texas
RB - Bobby Rainey, WKU
WR - T.Y. Hilton, FIU
WR - Dwayne Frampton, Arkansas State
WR - Javone Lawson, Louisiana-Lafayette
TE - Ladarius Green, Louisiana-Lafayette
OL - Tom Castilaw, Arkansas State
OL - Colin Boss, Middle Tennessee
OL - Matt Tomlinson, North Texas
OL - Wes Jefries, WKU
OL - James Brown, Troy
DEFENSE
DL - Brandon Joiner, Arkansas State
DL - Bernard Smith, Louisiana-Lafayette
DL - Ken Dorsey, Louisiana-Monroe
DL - Jonathan Massaquoi, Troy
LB - Demario Davis, Arkansas State
LB - Lance Kelley, Louisiana-Lafayette
LB - Andrew Jackson, WKU
DB - Darryl Feemster, Arkansas State
DB - Kelcie McCray, Arkansas State
DB - Dwight “Bill” Bentley, Louisiana-Lafayette
DB - Darius Prelow, Louisiana-Monroe
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Jack Grif n, FIU
P - Will Atterberry, North Texas
RS - T.Y. Hilton, FIU
AP - T.Y. Hilton, FIU
SECOND TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Blaine Gautier, Louisiana-Lafayette
RB - Alfred Morris, Florida Atlantic
RB - Kedrick Rhodes, FIU
WR - Josh Jarboe, Arkansas State
WR - Brent Leonard, Louisiana-Monroe
WR - Eric Thomas, Troy
TE - Jack Doyle, WKU
OL - Delano Moore, Arkansas State
OL - Caylin Hauptmann, FIU
OL - Leonardo Bates, Louisiana-Lafayette
OL - Brandon McLeroy, Middle Tennessee
OL - Adam Smith, WKU
DEFENSE
DL - Dorvus Woods, Arkansas State
DL - Tourek Williams, FIU
DL - Brandon Akpunku, North Texas
DL - Quanterus Smith, WKU
LB - Nathan Herrold, Arkansas State
LB - Winston Fraser, FIU
LB - Zachary Orr, North Texas
DB - Darron Edwards, Arkansas State
DB - Jonathan Cyprien, FIU
DB - Brynden Trawick, Troy
DB - Derrius Brooks, WKU
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette
P - Brett Baer, Louisiana-Lafayette
RS - Luther Ambrose, Louisiana-Monroe
AP - Dwayne Frampton, Arkansas State
Player of the Year: Ryan Aplin, ASU
Ofensive Player of the Year: Bobby Rainey, WKU
Defensive Player of the Year: Brandon Joiner, ASU
Freshman of the Year: Alonzo Harris, ULL
Coach of the Year: Hugh Freeze, ASU
Honorable Mention: Taylor Stockemer (Arkansas State, Jr., WR); Neely Sullivent (Arkansas State, Sr., P); Sam McRoy (Florida
Atlantic, Sr., OL); Randell Johnson (Florida Atlantic, So., LB); Rupert Bryan (FIU, Jr., OL); James Jones (FIU, Sr., DL); Devon Lewis-
Buchanan (Louisiana-Lafayette, LB, Sr.); Melvin White (Louisiana-Lafayette, DB, Sr.); Omar McLendon (Middle Tennessee, Jr.,
DL); Eric Russell (Middle Tennessee, Sr., DB/RS); Troy Evans (ULM, Sr., DL); Jason Edwards (ULM, Sr., LB); Cyril Lemon (North
Texas, Fr., OL); Brelan Chancellor (North Texas, So., AP); Tony Davis (Troy, Jr., DL); Kanorris Davis (Troy, Jr., LB); Jared Clendenin
(WKU, Sr., DL); Bo Adebayo (WKU, Sr., DL)
All-Sun Belt Honors
101
2010 All-Sun Belt Team
FIRST TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Ryan Aplin, Arkansas State
RB - Lance Dunbar, North Texas
RB - Bobby Rainey, WKU
WR - T.Y. Hilton, FIU
WR - Jerrel Jernigan, Troy
TE - Ladarius Green, Louisiana-Lafayette
OL - Brad Serini, FIU
OL - Tyler Clark, Troy
OL - Victor Gill, North Texas
OL - Derek Newton, Arkansas State
OL - Esteban Santiago, North Texas
DEFENSE
DL - Bryan Hall, Arkansas State
DL - Jamari Lattimore, Middle Tennessee
DL - Jonathan Massaquoi, Troy
DL - Jarvis Wilson, FIU
LB - Demario Davis, Arkansas State
LB - Toronto Smith, FIU
LB - Craig Robertson, North Texas
DB - M.D. Jennings, Arkansas State
DB - Anthony Gaitor, FIU
DB - Rod Issac, Middle Tennessee
DB - Jeremy Kellem, Middle Tennessee
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Alan Gendreau, Middle Tennessee
P - Mickey Groody, Florida Atlantic
RS - T.Y. Hilton, FIU
AP - Jerrel Jernigan, Troy
SECOND TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Corey Robinson (Troy, Fr., QB)
RB - Phillip Tanner (Middle Tennessee, Sr., RB)
RB - Darriet Perry (FIU, Jr., RB)
WR - Lester Jean (Florida Atlantic, Sr., WR)
WR - Luther Ambrose (Louisiana-Monroe, Jr., WR)
TE - Rob Housler (Florida Atlantic, R-Sr., TE)
OL - Tom Castilaw (Arkansas State, Sr., OL)
OL - Sifa Etu (Arkansas State, Sr., OL)
OL - Ian Burks (Louisiana-Lafayette, Sr., OL)
OL - Mark Fisher (Middle Tennessee, Sr., OL)
OL - James Brown (Troy, Jr., OL)
DEFENSE
DL - Dorvus Woods (Arkansas State, Jr., DL)
DL - Tourek Williams (FIU, So., DL)
DL - Ken Dorsey (Louisiana-Monroe, Jr., DL)
DL - Mario Addison (Troy, Sr., DL)
LB - Javon McKinnon (Arkansas State, Sr., LB)
LB - Michael Lockley (Florida Atlantic, R-Sr., LB)
LB - Thomas Majors (WKU, Sr., LB)
DB - Marcus Bartels (Florida Atlantic, R-Jr., DB)
DB - Tavious Polo (Florida Atlantic, R-Sr., DB)
DB - Jonathan Cyprien (FIU, So., DB)
DB - Darius Prelow (Louisiana-Monroe, Jr., DB)
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Zach Olen (North Texas, Fr., K)
P - Josh Davis (Middle Tennessee, Fr., P)
RS - Jerrel Jernigan (Troy, Sr., Return Specialist)
AP - T.Y. Hilton (FIU, Jr., All-Purpose)
Player of the Year: T.Y. Hilton, FIU
Ofensive Player of the Year: Bobby Rainey, WKU
Defensive Player of the Year: Jamari Lattimore, MT
Freshman of the Year: Corey Robinson, Troy
Coach of the Year: Mario Cristobal, FIU
Honorable Mention: Dwayne Frampton (Arkansas State, Jr., WR); Allen Muse (Arkansas State, So., WR); Tarvoris Hill (Florida At-
lantic, R-Sr., DB); Jef Van Camp (Florida Atlantic, R-Sr., QB); Greg Ellingson (FIU, Sr., WR); Winston Fraser (FIU, R-So., LB); Orkeys
Auriene (Louisiana-Lafayette, Sr., DB); Spencer Ortego (Louisiana-Lafayette, Sr., P); Kolton Browning (ULM, R-Fr., QB); Cameron
Blakes (ULM, So., LB); Eric Russel (Middle Tennessee, Junior, RS); Dwight Smith (Middle Tennessee, Sr., DL); Brelan Chancellor
(North Texas, Fr. RS); Will Goggans (Troy, Jr., P); Michael Taylor (Troy, Jr., K); Orlando Misaalefua (WKU, Sr., LB); Mychal Patterson
(WKU, Sr., OL)
2009 All-Sun Belt Team
FIRST TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Levi Brown, Troy
RB - Alfred Morris, Florida Atlantic
RB - Lance Dunbar, North Texas
WR - LaGregory Sapp, Louisiana-Monroe
WR - Jerrel Jernigan, Troy
TE - Jason Harmon, Florida Atlantic
OL - Brad Bustle, Louisiana-Lafayette
OL - Chris Fisher, Louisiana-Lafayette
OL - Mark Thompson, Middle Tennessee
OL - Danny Franks, Troy
OL - Tyler Clark, Troy
DEFENSE
DL - Alex Carrington, Arkansas State
DL - Aaron Morgan, Louisiana-Monroe
DL - Chris McCoy, Middle Tennessee
DL - Brandon Lang, Troy
LB - Cardia Jackson, Louisiana-Monroe
LB - Boris Lee, Troy
LB - Bear Woods, Troy
DB - Greg James, Louisiana-Monroe
DB - Jeremy Kellem, Middle Tennessee
DB - Alex Suber, Middle Tennessee
DB - Marcus Udell, Middle Tennessee
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Alan Gendreau, Middle Tennessee
P - Spencer Ortego, Louisiana-Lafayette
RS - T.Y. Hilton, FIU
AP - Jerrel Jernigan, Troy
SECOND TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Dwight Dasher, Middle Tennessee
RB - Frank Goodin, Louisiana-Monroe
RB - Bobby Rainey, WKU
WR - T.Y. Hilton, FIU
WR - Jamaal Jackson, North Texas
TE - Ladarius Green, Louisiana-Lafayette
OL - Derek Newton, Arkansas State
OL - David Matlock, Florida Atlantic
OL - Brad Serirni, FIU
OL - Esteban Santiago, North Texas
OL - Mark Fisher, Middle Tennessee
DEFENSE
DL - Bryan Hall, Arkansas State
DL - Jamari Lattimore, Middle Tennessee
DL - Cameron Shef eld, Troy
DL - Kevin Dixon, Troy
LB - Antwyne Zanders, Louisiana-Lafayette
LB - Danny Carmichael, Middle Tennessee
LB - Cam Robinson, Middle Tennessee
DB - Anthony Gaitor, FIU
DB - James Truxillo, Louisiana-Monroe
DB - Courtland Fuller, Troy
DB - Bryan Willis, Troy
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Josh Arauco, Arkansas State
P - Carlos Munera, FIU
RS - Jerrel Jernigan, Troy
AP - Bobby Rainey, WKU
Player of the Year: Levi Brown, Troy
Ofensive Player of the Year: Levi Brown, Troy
Co-Defensive Players of the Year:
Cardia Jackson, Louisiana-Monroe
Chris McCoy, Middle Tennessee
Freshman of the Year: Shawn Southward, Troy
Co-Coaches of the Year:
Rick Stockstill, Middle Tennessee
Larry Blakeney, Troy
Honorable Mention: Corey Leonard (Arkansas State, Sr., QB); Daylan Walker (Arkansas State, Sr., DB); Kevin Cyrille (Florida
Atlantic, R-So., DL); Marcus Bartels (Florida Atlantic, R-So., DB); Scott Bryant (FIU, Sr., LB); Jonathan Cyprien (FIU, Fr., DB); Dwight
Bentley (Louisiana-Lafayette, So., DB); Grant Fleming (Louisiana-Lafayette, Jr., LB); Luther Ambrose (Louisiana-Monroe, So.,
WR); Josh Thomas (Louisiana-Monroe, Sr., LB); Brandon Perry (Middle Tennessee, Sr., DL); Desmond Gee (Middle Tennessee, Sr.,
RS); Kelvin Drake (North Texas, Jr., OL); Craig Robertson (North Texas, Jr., LB); Tebiarus Gill (Troy, Jr., WR); Will Goggans (Troy, So.,
P); Jake Gaebler (WKU, Sr., WR); Jeremy Moore (WKU, Sr., P)
All-Sun Belt Honors
EØ1B EUN EHL1 CoN¤HÞHNCH Foo1eÞLL
102
2008 All-Sun Belt Team
FIRST TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Michael Desormeaux, Louisiana-Lafayette
RB - Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette
RB - Reggie Arnold, Arkansas State
WR - Jerrel Jernigan, Troy
WR - Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas
TE - Zeek Zacharie, Louisiana-Monroe
OL - Matt Mandich, Arkansas State
OL - Brad Bustle, Louisiana-Lafayette
OL - Chris Fisher, Louisiana-Lafayette
OL - Chris Jamison, Troy
OL - Dion Small, Troy
DEFENSE
DL - Alex Carrington, Arkansas State
DL - Jervonte Jackson, Florida Atlantic
DL - Brandon Lang, Troy
DL - Cameron Shef eld, Troy
LB - Frantz Joseph, Florida Atlantic
LB - Cardia Jackson, Louisiana-Monroe
LB - Boris Lee, Troy
DB - Corey Small, Florida Atlantic
DB - Anthony Gaitor, FIU
DB - Terence Moore, Troy
DB - Sherrod Martin, Troy
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Josh Arauco, Arkansas State
P - Truman Spencer, North Texas
RS - T.Y. Hilton, FIU
AP - T.Y. Hilton, FIU
SECOND TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Corey Leonard, Arkansas State
RB - Charles Pierre, Florida Atlantic
RB - DuJuan Harris, Troy
WR - T.Y. Hilton, FIU
WR - Jason Chery, Louisiana-Lafayette
TE - David Johnson, Arkansas State
TE - Jamari Grant, Florida Atlantic
OL - Mark Clemons, Arkansas State
OL - Nick Paris, Florida Atlantic
OL - John Rizzo, Florida Atlantic
OL - Brad Serini, FIU
OL - Larry Shappley, Louisiana-Monroe
DEFENSE
DL - Quentin Newman, FIU
DL - Trevor Jenkins, Middle Tennessee
DL - Aaron Morgan, Louisiana-Monroe
DL - Dion Gales, Troy
LB - Ben Owens, Arkansas State
LB - Bear Woods, Troy
LB - Tobe Nwigwe, North Texas
DB - Derik Keyes, Louisiana-Lafayette
DB - Josh Thompson, Louisiana-Monroe
DB - Jeremy Kellem, Middle Tennessee
DB - Tavares Williams, Troy
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Sam Glusman, Troy
P - Carlos Munera, FIU
RS - Kevin Jones, Arkansas State
AP - Jason Chery, Louisiana-Lafayette
Player of the Year: Tyrell Fenroy, ULL
Ofensive Player of the Year: Michael Desormeaux, ULL
Defensive Player of the Year: Alex Carrington, ASU
Newcomer of the Year: Levi Brown, Troy
Freshman of the Year: T.Y. Hilton, FIU
Coach of the Year: Larry Blakeney, Troy
Honorable Mention: J.T. Jordan (ASU, Jr., TE,), Dominique Williams (ASU, Sr., CB,), Scott Bryant (FIU, JR., LB), Paul McCall (FIU,
JR., QB), Jonathan Decoster (ULL, So., OL), Antwyne Zanders (ULL, Sr., LB), Kinsmon Lancaster (ULM, Sr., QB), Anthony McCall
(ULM, Fr., WR), Joe Craddock (MT, Sr., QB), Ivon Hickmon (MT, Sr., LB), Cam Montgomery (North Texas, Jr., RB), Craig Robertson
(North Texas, So., LB), Kennard Burton (Troy, Sr., WR), Steve McLendon (Troy, Sr., DT)

2007 All-Sun Belt Team
FIRST TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Rusty Smith, Florida Atlantic
RB - Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette
RB - Calvin Dawson, Louisiana-Monroe
WR - Cortez Gent, Florida Atlantic
WR - Casey Fitzgerald, North Texas
TE - Jason Harmon, Florida Atlantic
OL - Matt Mandich, Arkansas State
OL - Jesse Newman, Louisiana-Lafayette
OL - Franklin Dunbar, Middle Tennessee
OL - Kyle Cunningham, Louisiana-Monroe
OL - Dion Small, Troy
DEFENSE
DL - Rodney Hardeway, Louisiana-Lafayette
DL - Tavares Jones, Middle Tennessee
DL - Erik Walden, Middle Tennessee
DL - Jeremiah Chapman, North Texas
LB - Frantz Joseph, Florida Atlantic
LB - Cergile Sincere, Florida Atlantic
LB - Boris Lee, Troy
DB - Khayyam Burns, Arkansas State
DB - Tyrell Johnson, Arkansas State
DB - Tavious Polo, Florida Atlantic
DB - Elbert Mack, Troy
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Greg Whibbs, Troy
P - Scott Love, Louisiana-Monroe
RS - Leodis McKelvin, Troy
AP - Desmond Gee, Middle Tennessee
SECOND TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Omar Haugabook, Troy
RB - Reggie Arnold, Arkansas State
RB - Kenny Cattouse, Troy
WR - Levi Dejohnette, Arkansas State
WR - Gary Banks, Troy
TE - Zeek Zacharie, Louisiana-Monroe
OL - John Rizzo, Florida Atlantic
OL - Jarrid Smith, Florida Atlantic
OL - Adam Hill, Louisiana-Monroe
OL - Chris Fisher, Louisiana-Lafayette
OL - Kelvin Drake, North Texas
DEFENSE
DL - Jervonte Jackson, Florida Atlantic
DL - David Cooper, Louisiana-Monroe
DL - Kenny Mainor, Troy
DL - Shawn Todd, Troy
LB - Koby McKinnon, Arkansas State
LB - Antwyne Zanders, Louisiana-Lafayette
LB - Cardia Jackson, Louisiana-Monroe
DB - Corey Small, Florida Atlantic
DB - Greg James, Louisiana-Monroe
DB - Bradley Robinson, Middle Tennessee
DB - Leodis McKelvin, Troy
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Drew Edmiston, Louisiana-Lafayette
P - Brett Shrable, Arkansas State
RS - Lionell Singleton, FIU
AP - Michael Desormeaux, Louisiana-Lafayette
Player of the Year: Rusty Smith, FAU
Ofensive Player of the Year: Omar Haugabook, Troy
Defensive Player of the Year: Tyrell Johnson, ASU
Newcomer of the Year: Chris Bradwell, Troy
Freshman of the Year: Giovanni Vizza, NT
Coach of the Year: Howard Schnellenberger, FAU
Honorable Mention: Corey Leonard (ASU, So., QB), Alex Carrington (ASU, So., DE), Kris Bartels (FAU, Sr., DB), Charles Pierre
(FAU, Jr., RB), Scott Bryant (FIU, So., LB), Ashlyn Parker (FIU, So., DB), Korey Raymond (ULL, Sr., DL), Grant Fleming (ULL, Fr.,
LB), Frank Goodin (ULM, Fr. RB), Aaron Morgan (ULM, So., DL), DeMarco McNair (MT, Sr., RB), Alex Suber (MT, Jr., DB), Brandon
Jackson (NT, Sr., WR), Craig Robertson (NT, Fr., LB), Chris Jamison (Troy, Jr., OL), Sherrod Martin (Troy, Jr., DB)
All-Sun Belt Honors
103
2006 All-Sun Belt Team
FIRST TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Omar Haugabook, Troy
RB - Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette
RB - Calvin Dawson, Louisiana-Monroe
WR - Johnny Quinn, North Texas
WR - Gary Banks, Troy
TE - Samuel Smith, FIU
OL - Tanner Jenkins, Arkansas State
OL - Nello Faulk, Florida Atlantic
OL - Brandon Cox, Louisiana-Lafayette
OL - Dylan Lineberry, North Texas
OL - Zach Yenser, Troy
DEFENSE
DL - Josh Pinnick, Florida Atlantic
DL - Antwan Barnes, FIU
DL - Erik Walden, Middle Tennessee
DL - Tavares Jones, Middle Tennessee
LB - Alexander Bostic III, FIU
LB - Keyonvis Bouie, FIU
LB - J.K. Sabb, Middle Tennessee
DB - Tyrell Johnson, Arkansas State
DB - Kevin Payne, Louisiana-Monroe
DB - Damon Nickson, Middle Tennessee
DB - Brannon Condren, Troy
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Drew Edmiston, Louisiana-Lafayette
P - Colby Smith, Middle Tennessee
RS - Damon Nickson, Middle Tennessee
AP - Desmond Gee, Middle Tennessee
SECOND TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Clint Marks, Middle Tennessee
RB - Reggie Arnold, Arkansas State
RB - Eugene Gross, Middle Tennessee
WR - Chandler Williams, FIU
WR - LaGregory Sapp, Louisiana-Monroe
TE - Zeek Zacharie, Louisiana-Monroe
OL - Matt Mandich, Arkansas State
OL - Franklin Dunbar, Middle Tennessee
OL - Germayle Franklin, Middle Tennessee
OL - Kyle Cunningham, Louisiana-Monroe
OL - Kirbie Bodiford, Troy
DEFENSE
DL - Jamarrow James, Arkansas State
DL - Jervonte Jackson, Florida Atlantic
DL - Jeremiah Chapman, North Texas
DL - Franklin Lloyd, Troy
LB - Koby McKinnon, Arkansas State
LB - Devrett Wade, Arkansas State
LB - Justin Rainey, Middle Tennessee
DB - Khayyam Burns, Arkansas State
DB - Taheem Acevedo, Florida Atlantic
DB - Kris Bartels, Florida Atlantic
DB - Lionell Singleton, FIU
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Cole Wilson, Louisiana-Monroe
P - Truman Spencer, North Texas
RS - Leodis McKelvin, Troy
AP - Michael Desormeaux, Louisiana-Lafayette
Player of the Year: Omar Haugabook, Troy
Ofensive Player of the Year: Omar Haugabook, Troy
Defensive Player of the Year: Keyonvis Bouie, FIU
Newcomer of the Year: Omar Haugabook, Troy
Freshman of the Year: Reggie Arnold, ASU
Coach of the Year: Rick Stockstill, MT
Honorable Mention: Oren O’Neal (ASU, Sr., RB), Jonathan Najm (ASU, Sr., DL), Charles Pierre (FAU, So., RB), Cergile Sincere
(FAU, Jr., LB), Josh Padrick (FIU, Sr., QB), Ashlyn Parker (FIU, Fr., WR), Rodney Hardeway (ULL, Jr., DL), Jesse Newman (ULL, Jr., OL),
Adam Hill (ULM, Jr., OL), Josh Thompson (ULM, So., DB), Maurice Holman (UNT, Jr., LB), Aaron Weathers (UNT, Jr., DB), Kenny
Cattouse (Troy, Jr., RB), Boris Lee (Troy, Fr., LB)
2005 All-Sun Belt Team
FIRST TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Steven Jyles, Louisiana-Monroe
RB - Patrick Cobbs, North Texas
RB - Antonio Warren, Arkansas State
WR - Drouzon Quillen, Louisiana-Monroe
WR - Cleannord Saintil, Middle Tennessee
TE - Joey Trappey, Louisiana-Monroe
OL - Victor Cernius, FIU
OL - Brandon Cox, Louisiana-Lafayette
OL - Greg Hodges, Louisiana-Lafayette
OL - Tanner Jenkins, Arkansas State
OL - Dylan Lineberry, North Texas
DEFENSE
DL - Myron Anderson, Arkansas State
DL - Antwan Barnes, FIU
DL - Brandon Guillory, Louisiana-Monroe
DL - Jef Littlejohn, Middle Tennessee
LB - Keyonvis Bouie, FIU
LB - Bernard Davis, Troy
LB - Shomari Earls, Florida Atlantic
DB - Johnny Faulk, Troy
DB - Willie Hughley, Florida Atlantic
DB - Tyrell Johnson, Arkansas State
DB - Chaz Williams, Louisiana-Monroe
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Eric Neihouse, Arkansas State
P - Joel Stelly, Louisiana-Monroe
RS - Leodis McKelvin, Troy
AP - Michael Desormeaux, Louisiana-Lafayette
SECOND TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Josh Padrick, FIU
RB - Tyrell Fenroy, Louisiana-Lafayette
RB - Eugene Gross, Middle Tennessee
WR - Johnny Quinn, North Texas
WR - Chandler Williams, FIU
TE - Samuel Smith, FIU
OL - Kyle Cunningham, Louisiana-Monroe
OL - Willie Hall, Middle Tennessee
OL - Germayle Franklin, Middle Tennessee
OL - Matt Mandich, Arkansas State
OL - Jesse Newman, Louisiana-Lafayette
DEFENSE
DL - Jeremiah Chapman, North Texas
DL - Torre Lankford, Troy
DL - Eugene Kwarteng, Louisiana-Lafayette
DL - Quinton Staton, Middle Tennessee
LB - Phillip Graves, North Texas
LB - J.K. Sabb, Middle Tennessee
LB - Devrett Wade, Arkansas State
DB - James Johnson, Arkansas State
DB - Kevin Payne, Louisiana-Monroe
DB - Nick Turnbull, FIU
DB - Aaron Weathers, North Texas
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Adam Moss, FIU
P - Colby Smith, Middle Tennessee
RS - James Johnson, Arkansas State
AP - Gary Banks, Troy
Player of the Year: Steven Jyles, Louisiana-Monroe
Offensive Player of the Year: Steven Jyles, Louisiana-Monroe
Defensive Player of the Year: Jef Littlejohn, MT
Newcomer of the Year: Aaron Weathers, NT
Freshman of the Year: Tyrell Fenroy, ULL
Coach of the Year: Steve Roberts, ASU
Honorable Mention: Nick Noce (ASU, Sr. QB), Khayyam Burns (ASU, So., DB), Danny Embick (FAU, Sr., QB), Jarrid Smith (FAU,
So., OL), Cory McKinney (FIU, Sr., WR), Anthony Hills (ULL, Jr., DE), Michael Adams (ULL, Jr., DB), Adam Hill (ULM, So., OL), Jason
Schule (ULM, Sr., LB), Clint Marks (MT, Jr., QB), Bradley Robinson (MT, So., DB), Nick Bazaldua (NT, Sr., K), Maurice Holman (NT,
So., LB), Leverne Johnson (Troy, Sr., LB), Thomas Olmsted (Troy, Sr., P)
All-Sun Belt Honors
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104
2004 All-Sun Belt Team
FIRST TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Buck Pierce, New Mexico State
RB - Jamario Thomas, North Texas
RB - DeWhitt Betterson, Troy
OL - Andy Brewster, North Texas
OL - Steven Gibbs, Arkansas State
OL - Bruce Hampton, Louisiana-Monroe
OL - Junior Louissaint, Troy
OL - Steve Subia, New Mexico State
TE - Andy Blount, North Texas
WR - Bobby Bernal-Wood, Idaho
WR - Kerry Wright, Middle Tennessee
DEFENSE
DL - Adrian Awasom, North Texas
DL - Aubrey Dorisme, New Mexico State
DL - Brandon Guillory, Louisiana-Monroe
DL - Demarcus Ware, Troy
LB - Jimmy Cottrell, Jr., New Mexico State
LB - Cole Snyder, Jr., Idaho
LB - Josh Williams, Fr., Arkansas State
DB - Jonas Buckles, North Texas
DB - Derrick Ansley, Sr., Troy
DB - Chris Harris, Louisiana-Monroe
DB - C.C. Brown, Sr., Louisiana-Lafayette
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Nick Bazaldua, North Texas
P - Joel Stelly, Louisiana-Monroe
RS - Kevin Robertson, Utah State
AP - Johnny Quinn, North Texas
SECOND TEAM
OFFENSE
OL - Lonnie Chambers, North Texas
OL - Nick Cole, New Mexico State
OL - Dylan Lineberry, North Texas
OL - Quinton Staton, Middle Tennessee
OL - Henry Tellis, Troy
TE - Andrew Mooney, New Mexico State
WR - Johnny Quinn, North Texas
WR - Bill Sampy, Louisiana-Lafayette
QB - Scott Hall, North Texas
RB - Jayson Bird, Idaho
RB - Antonio Warren, Arkansas State
DEFENSE
DL - Evan Cardwell, North Texas
DL - Michael Pruitt, North Texas
DL - Eric Thomas, Troy
DL - Ronald Tupea, Utah State
LB - Bernard Davis, Troy
LB - Robby Farmer, Troy
LB - John Winchester, Louisiana-Monroe
DB - Johnny Faulk, Troy
DB - Matt Griebel, New Mexico State
DB - Tyrell Johnson, Arkansas State
DB - Markeith Knowlton, North Texas
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Brian Kelly, Middle Tennessee
P - Brad Kadlubar, North Texas
Player of the Year: Jamario Thomas, UNT
Ofensive Player of the Year: Jamario Thomas, UNT
Defensive Player of the Year: Demarcus Ware, Troy
Newcomer of the Year: Dylan Lineberry, UNT
Freshman of the Year: Jamario Thomas, UNT
Coach of the Year: Darrell Dickey, UNT
2003 All-Sun Belt Team
FIRST TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Scott Hall, North Texas
RB - Patrick Cobbs, North Texas
RB - Zach Gerstner, Idaho
OL - Andy Brewster, North Texas
OL - Kimani Jones, Arkansas State
OL - Steve Subia, New Mexico State
OL - Brandon Westbrook, Middle Tennessee
OL - Nick Zuniga, North Texas
TE - Chris Cooley, Utah State
WR - Fred Stamps, Louisiana-Lafayette
WR - Kerry Wright, Middle Tennessee
DEFENSE
DL - Adrian Awasom, North Texas
DL - John Bradley, Arkansas State
DL - Antonio Floyd, Louisiana-Lafayette
DL - Brandon Kennedy, North Texas
LB - Les Echols, Arkansas State
LB - Chris Hurd, North Texas
LB - Cody Spencer, North Texas
DB - Jonas Buckles, North Texas
DB - Johnathan Burke, Arkansas State
DB - Chris Harris, Louisiana-Monroe
DB - Craig Jones, North Texas
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Sean Comiskey, Louisiana-Lafayette
P - Joel Stelly, Louisiana-Monroe
RS - Charles Estes, Louisiana-Monroe
AP - David Fiefa, Utah State
SECOND TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Travis Cox, Utah State
RB - David Fiefa, Utah State
RB - Kevin Payne, Louisiana-Monroe
OL - D’Anthony Batiste, Louisiana-Lafayette
OL - Bruce Hampton, Louisiana-Monroe
OL - Trevor Hutton, Utah State
OL - Matt Martinez, Idaho
OL - Jake Scott, Idaho
TE - Mike McCoy, Idaho
WR - Ronshay Jenkins, New Mexico State
WR - Mack Vincent, Louisiana-Monroe
DEFENSE
DL - Brian Howard, Idaho
DL - Ronald Tupea, Utah State
DL - Demetrios Walker, Middle Tennessee
DL - Corey Williams, Arkansas State
LB - Taylor Casey, North Texas
LB - Maurice Sonnier, Louisiana-Monroe
LB - Robert Watts, Utah State
DB - C.C. Brown, Louisiana-Lafayette
DB - Rod Bryant, Idaho
DB - Terrance Washington, Utah State
DB - Michael Woods, Middle Tennessee
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Brian Kelly, Middle Tennessee
P - Brad Kadlubar, North Texas
Player of the Year: Brandon Kennedy, UNT
Ofensive Player of the Year: Patrick Cobbs, UNT
Defensive Player of the Year: Chris Hurd, UNT
Newcomer of the Year: Aubrey Dorisme, NM State
Freshman of the Year: Kevin Payne, ULM
Coach of the Year: Darrell Dickey, UNT
All-Sun Belt Honors
105
2002 All-Sun Belt Team
FIRST TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Brian Lindgren, Idaho
RB - Kevin Galbreath, North Texas
RB - Danny Smith, Arkansas State
OL - Shalimar Jackson, New Mexico State
OL - Garry Johnson, Arkansas State
OL - J.R. Randle, North Texas
OL - Brandon Westbrook, Middle Tennessee
OL - Nick Zuniga, North Texas
TE - Jef Muenchow, North Texas
WR - Fred Stamps, Louisiana-Lafayette
WR - Mack Vincent, Louisiana-Monroe
DEFENSE
DL - John Bradley, Arkansas State
DL - Darrell Daniels, North Texas
DL - Brandon Kennedy, North Texas
DL - Corey Williams, Arkansas State
LB - Taylor Casey, North Texas
LB - Jordan Kramer - Idaho
LB - Cody Spencer, North Texas
DB - Craig Jones, North Texas
DB - Don McGee - North Texas
DB - Siddeeq Shabazz, New Mexico State
DB - Charles Tillman, Louisiana-Lafayette
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Dario Aguiniga, New Mexico State
P - Robert Billings, Middle Tennessee
RS - James Hickenbotham, Arkansas State
AP - Reshard Lee, Middle Tennessee
SECOND TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Paul Dombrowski, New Mexico State
RB - Dwone Hicks, Middle Tennessee
RB - Bryant Jacobs, Louisiana-Monroe
OL - John Crossley, Arkansas State
OL - Glen Elarbee, Middle Tennessee
OL - Jonathon Rausch, Louisiana-Lafayette
OL - Matt Turney, North Texas
OL - B.J. Van Driesen, New Mexico State
TE - Josh Joerg, Louisiana-Lafayette
WR - Tyrone Calico, Middle Tennessee
WR - John Jelmberg, Idaho
DEFENSE
DL - Adrian Awasom, North Texas
DL - Chris McIver, North Texas
DL - Walter Sampson, Louisiana-Lafayette
DL - John Thompson, Louisiana-Monroe
LB- Les Echols, Arkansas State
LB - Rich Glover, New Mexico State
LB - Carlos Hughes, Louisiana-Monroe
DB - Chuck Allen, Arkansas State
DB - Jonas Buckles, North Texas
DB - Jonathan Burke, Arkansas State
DB - Chris Harris, Louisiana-Monroe
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Brian Kelly, Middle Tennessee
P - Brad Kadlubar, North Texas
RS - Cedric Thompson, Idaho
AP - Ja’Mel Branch, North Texas
RS - David Fiefa, Utah State
Player of the Year: Brandon Kennedy, UNT
Ofensive Player of the Year: Danny Smith, ASU
Defensive Player of the Year: Brandon Kennedy, UNT
Newcomer of the Year: Jonathan Burke, ASU
Freshman of the Year: Paul Dombrowski, NM State
Coach of the Year: Darrell Dickey, UNT
2001 All-Sun Belt Team
FIRST TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - Wes Counts, Middle Tennessee
RB - Kevin Galbreath, North Texas
RB - Dwone Hicks, Middle Tennessee
OL - Garry Johnson, Arkansas State
OL - J.R. Randle, North Texas
OL - Brandon Westbrook, Middle Tennessee
OL - Tony Wragge, New Mexico State
OL - Nick Zuniga, North Texas
TE - Jef Muenchow, North Texas
WR - Chris Lacy, Idaho
WR - Kendall Newson, Middle Tennessee
DEFENSE
DL - Brandon Kennedy, North Texas
DL - Donald Malveaux, Louisiana-Monroe
DL - Joe Olivo, New Mexico State
DL - Tanaka Scott, Middle Tennessee
LB - Scotty Brown, Middle Tennessee
LB - Brad Kassell, North Texas
LB - D’Wayne Taylor, New Mexico State
DB - Jykine Bradley, Middle Tennessee
DB - Jonas Buckles, North Texas
DB - Siddeeq Shabazz, New Mexico State
DB - Charles Tillman, Louisiana-Lafayette
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Jason Ball, North Texas
P - Jason Ball, North Texas
RS - James Hickenbotham, Arkansas State
AP - James Hickenbotham, Arkansas State
SECOND TEAM
OFFENSE
QB - John Welsh, Idaho
QB - K.C. Enzminger, New Mexico State
RB - Jonathan Adams, Arkansas State
RB - Kenton Keith, New Mexico State
OL - Glen Elarbee, Middle Tennessee
OL - Shalimar Jackson, New Mexico State
OL - Jonathon Rausch, Louisiana-Lafayette
OL - Jake Scott, Idaho
OL - Matt Turney, North Texas
TE - Jerry Pegues, Arkansas State
WR - Nick Dugas, Louisiana-Lafayette
WR - George Marshall - North Texas
DEFENSE
DL - Jonathan Bradley, Arkansas State
DL - Brandon Kania, Idaho
DL - Alex Pahulu, North Texas
DL - Ron Paris, North Texas
LB - Ross Brupbacher, Louisiana-Lafayette
LB - Maurice Sonnier, Louisiana-Monroe
LB - Cody Spencer, North Texas
DB - Dedrick Buckels, Louisiana-Monroe
DB - Kyries Hebert, Louisiana-Lafayette
DB - Craig Jones, North Texas
DB - Michael Woods, Middle Tennessee
SPECIAL TEAMS
PK - Dario Aguiniga, New Mexico State
P - Robert Billings, Middle Tennessee
RS - Tony Lukins, New Mexico State
AP - Reshard Lee, Middle Tennessee
Player of the Year: Wes Counts, MT
Ofensive Player of the Year: Dwone Hicks, MT
Defensive Player of the Year: Brad Kassell, UNT
Newcomer of the Year: Kevin Galbreath, UNT
Freshman of the Year: Ja’Mel Branch, UNT
Coach of the Year: Darrell Dickey, UNT
All-Sun Belt Honors
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2011 Sun Belt Players of the Week
OFFENSE
S5: T.Y. Hilton (WR), FIU
S12: T.Y. Hilton (WR), FIU
S19: Corey Robinson (QB), Troy
S26: Blaine Gautier (QB), Louisiana-Lafayette
O3: Ryan Aplin (QB), Arkansas State
O10: Chris Masson (QB), Louisiana-Lafayette
O17: Kolton Browning (QB), Louisiana-Monroe
O24: Bobby Rainey (RB), Western Kentucky
O31: Alonzo Harris (RB), Louisiana-Lafayette
N7: Ryan Aplin (QB), Arkansas State
N14: Derek Thompson (QB), North Texas
N21: Bobby Rainey (RB), Western Kentucky
N8: Bobby Rainey (RB), Western Kentucky
D5: Lance Dunbar (RB), North Texas
DEFENSE
S5: Eric Russell (DB), Middle Tennessee
S12: Winston Fraser (LB), FIU
S19: LaDarrius Madden (DB), Troy
and Isame Faciane (DT), FIU
S26: Chris Pickett (DB), Troy
O3: Lance Kelley (LB), Louisiana-Lafayette
O10: Kelcie McCray (DB),Arkansas State
O17: Lance Kelly (LB), Louisiana-Lafayette
O24: Eric Russell (DB), Middle Tennessee
O31: Melvin White (DB), Louisiana-Lafayette
N7: Devon Lewis-Buchanan (LB), Louisiana-Lafayette
N14: Brandon Joiner (DL), Arkansas State
N21: Jonathan Cyprien (S), FIU
N28: Jemarlous Moten (DB), Louisiana-Lafayette
D5: Darryl Feemster (DB), Arkansas State
SPECIAL TEAMS
S5: Hendrix Brakefeld (P), WKU
S12: Brelan Chancellor (KR), North Texas
S19: Melvin White (DB), Louisiana-Lafayette
S26: Brian David (K), Arkansas State
O3: Brett Baer (K/P), Louisiana-Lafayette
O10: Don Jones (DB), Arkansas State
O17: Mitchell Bailey (RB), Louisiana-Monroe
O24: Luther Ambrose (WR/KR), Louisiana-Monroe
O1: Jack Grif n (K), FIU
N7: Brett Baer (K/P), Louisiana-Lafayette
N4: T.Y. Hilton (WR/PR/KR), FIU
N21: Luther Ambrose (WR/KR), Louisiana-Monroe
N28: Brett Baer (K/P), Louisiana-Lafayette
D5: Don Jones (DB), Arkansas State
Ryan Aplin (Arkansas State) Devon Lewis-Buchanan (Louisiana-Lafayette) Luther Ambrose (Louisiana-Monroe)
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2012 Sun Belt Players of the Week
OFFENSE
S3: Shawn Southward (RB), Troy
S10: Kolton Browning (QB), Louisiana-Monroe
S17: Antonio Andrews (RB), WKU
S24: Antonio Andrews (RB), WKU
O1: Benny Cunningham (RB), Middle Tennessee
O8: Kolton Browning (QB), Louisiana-Monroe
O15: Benny Cunningham (RB), Middle Tennessee
O22: Kolton Browning (QB), Louisiana-Monroe
O29: Logan Kilgore (QB), Middle Tennessee
N5: Terrance Broadway (QB), Louisiana-Lafayette
N12: Ryan Aplin (QB), Arkansas State
N19: Ryan Aplin (QB), Arkansas State
N26: Antonio Andrews (RB), WKU
Dec. 3: Ryan Aplin (QB), Arkansas State
DEFENSE
S3: De’Von Terry (LB), Troy
S10: Jemarlous Moten (DB), Louisiana-Lafayette
S17: Jonathan Dowling (DB), WKU
S24: Brynden Trawick (DB), Troy
O1: Quanterus Smith (DL), WKU
O8: Qushaun Lee (LB), Arkansas State
O15: Nathan Herrold (LB), Arkansas State
O22: Zach Orr (LB), North Texas
O29: Quanterus Smith (DL), WKU
N5: Jordan Hunt (LB), FIU
N12: Emeka Onyeneku (DL), Louisiana-Lafayette
N19: Jajuan Harley (DB), Middle Tennessee
N26: Kevin Byard (DB), Middle Tennessee
D3: Nathan Herrold (LB), Arkansas State
SPECIAL TEAMS
S3: Brett Baer (K/P), Louisiana-Lafayette
S10: Brett Baer (K/P), Louisiana-Lafayette
S17: Hendrix Brakefeld (P), WKU
S24: Will Scott (K/P), Troy
O1: Brett Baer (K/P), Louisiana-Lafayette
O8: Brett Baer (K/P), Louisiana-Lafayette
O5: Michel Chapuseaux (K), South Alabama
O22: Pat Moore (DE/LB), South Alabama
O29: Brian Davis (K), Arkansas State
N5: Reggie Whatley (RS), Middle Tennessee
N12: Will Scott (K/P), Troy
N19: Richard Leonard (RS), FIU
N26: Michel Chapuseaux (K), South Alabama
D3: Brian Davis (K), Arkansas State
Kolton Browning (Louisiana-Monroe) Nathan Herrold (Arkansas State) Brett Baer (Louisiana-Lafayette)
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OFFENSE
S7 - Riley Dodge (QB), North Texas
S14 - Dwight Dasher (QB), Middle Tennessee
S 21 - Levi Brown (QB), Troy
S28 - Levi Brown (QB), Troy
O5 - Frank Goodin (RB), Louisiana-Monroe
O12 - Lance Dunbar (RB), North Texas
O19 - Levi Brown (QB), Troy
O26 - Levi Brown (QB), Troy
N2 - Riley Dodge (QB), North Texas
N9 - Dwight Dasher (QB), Middle Tennessee
N16 - Dwight Dasher (QB), Middle Tennessee
N23 - Levi Brown (QB), Troy
N30 - Levi Brown (QB), Troy
D7 - Alfred Morris (RB), Florida Atlantic
DEFENSE
S7 - Craig Robertson (LB), North Texas
S14 - Antwyne Zanders (LB), Louisiana-Lafayette
S21 - Chris McCoy (DE), Middle Tennessee
S28 - Kevin Brown (S), Middle Tennessee
O5 - Theo Smith (DB), Louisiana-Monroe
O12 - Dwight Bentley (DB), Louisiana-Lafayette
O19 - Bryan Willis (DB), Troy
O19 - Troy Evans (DE), Louisiana-Monroe
O26 - Demario Davis (LB), Arkansas State
N2 - Boris Lee (LB), Troy
N9 - Greg James (DB), Louisiana-Monroe
N16 - Cardia Jackson (LB), Louisiana-Monroe
N23 - Bear Woods (LB), Troy
N30 - Alex Suber (DB), Middle Tennessee
D7 - Alex Carrington (DE), Arkansas State
SPECIAL TEAMS
S7 - Spencer Ortego (P), Louisiana-Lafayette
S14 - Tyler Albrecht (K), Louisiana-Lafayette
S21 - Alan Gendreau (K), Middle Tennessee
S28 - Scott Love (P), Louisiana-Monroe
S28 - Kanorris Davis (LB), Troy
O5 - Radi Jabour (P), Louisiana-Monroe
O12 - Dustin Rivest (K), FIU
O19 - Tyler Albrecht (K), Louisiana-Lafayette
O26 - Daniel Shef eld (LB), Troy
N2 - Sherman Neal (DB), Middle Tennessee
N9 - Jeremy Kellem (DB), Middle Tennessee
N16 - Casey Tinius (K), Western Kentucky
N23 - Grant Fleming (LB), Louisiana-Lafayette
N30 - Ryan Wilbourn (P), Arkansas State
D7 - Josh Arauco (K), Arkansas State
2009 Sun Belt Players of the Week
Levi Brown (Troy) Bear Woods (Troy) Tyler Albrecht (Louisiana-Lafayette)
2010 Sun Belt Players of the Week
OFFENSE
S6: Lester Jean (WR). Florida Atlantic
S13: Ryan Aplin (QB), Arkansas State
S20: Ryan Aplin (QB), Arkansas State
S20: Corey Robinson (QB), Troy
S27: Jerrel Jernigan (WR), Troy
O4: Chris Masson (QB), Louisiana-Lafayette
O11: Corey Robinson (QB), Troy
O18: Ryan Aplin (QB), Arkansas State
O25: Kawaun Jakes (QB), WKU
N1: Lance Dunbar (RB), North Texas
N8: T.Y. Hilton (WR), FIU
N15: Lance Dunbar (RB), North Texas
N22: Kolton Browning (QB), Louisiana-Monroe
N29: Lance Dunbar (RB), North Texas
D6: Corey Robinson (QB), Troy
DEFENSE
S6: M.D. Jennings (DB), Arkansas State
S13: Maurice Rolle (DB, Louisiana-Lafayette
S13: Jonathan Massaquoi (DE), Troy
S20: Anthony Gaitor (DB), FIU
S27: Jamari Lattimore (DE), Middle Tennessee
O4: Javon McKinnon (LB), Arkansas State
O11: Kanorris Davis (LB), Troy
O18: Robert Nelson (DB), Louisiana-Monroe
O25: Adrian Hills (DB), Arkansas State
N1: Darius Prelow (DB), Louisiana-Monroe
N8: Demario Davis (LB), Arkansas State
N15: Anthony Gaitor (DB), FIU
N22: Rod Issac (DB), Middle Tennessee
N29: Darin Davis (LB), Middle Tennessee
D6: Jamari Lattimore (DE), Middle Tennessee
SPECIAL TEAMS
S6: Michael Lockley (DL), Florida Atlantic
S13: Jerrel Jernigan (WR), Troy
S20: Josh Davis (P), Middle Tennessee
S27: Alan Gendreau (K), Middle Tennessee
O4: Jermaine Rogers (DT), Louisiana-Lafayette
O11: Zach Olen (K), North Texas
O18: Jerrel Jernigan (WR), Troy
O25: Casey Tinius (PK), WKU
N1: Brett Baer (K), Louisiana-Lafayette
N1: Zach Olen (K), North Texas
N8: T.Y. Hilton (WR), FIU
N15: Zach Olen (K), North Texas
N22: Bar’ee Boyd (LB), WKU
N29: Cooper Gerami (SS), Louisiana-Lafayette
N29: Brelan Chancellor (WR), North Texas
Dec. 6: Sam Sellers (DB), Troy
Corey Robinson (Troy) Demario Davis (Arkansas State) Jerrel Jernigan (Troy)
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Steven Jyles (ULM) Brandon Kennedy (UNT) Charles Tillman (ULL)
OFFENSE
S1 - Corey Leonard (QB), Arkansas State
S8 - Joe Craddock (QB), Middle Tennessee
S15 - Joe Craddock (QB), Middle Tennessee
S22 - Corey Leonard (QB), Arkansas State
S29 - Tyrell Fenroy (RB), Louisiana-Lafayette
O6 - Tyrell Fenroy (RB), Louisiana-Lafayette
O13 - Jason Chery (WR), Louisiana-Lafayette
O20 - Jerrel Jernigan (WR), Troy
O27 - Levi Brown (QB), Troy
N3 - Tyrell Fenroy (RB), Louisiana-Lafayette
N10 - T.Y. Hilton (WR), FIU
N17 - Rusty Smith (QB), Florida Atlantic
N24 - Phillip Tanner (RB), Middle Tennessee
D1 - Rusty Smith (QB), Florida Atlantic
D8 - Michael Desormeaux (QB), Louisiana-Lafayette
DEFENSE
S1 - Ben Owens (LB), Arkansas State
S8 - Alex Suber (DB), Middle Tennessee
S15 - Sherrod Martin (DB), Troy
S22 - Daylan Walker (DB), Arkansas State
S29 - Derik Keyes (DB), Louisiana-Lafayette
O6 - Jeremy Kellem (DB), Middle Tennessee
O13 - Anthony Gaitor (DB), FIU
O20 - Daylon McCoy (LB), Louisiana-Lafayette
O20 - Josh Thompson (DB), Louisiana-Monroe
O27 - Jorrick Calvin (DB/KR) , Troy
N3 - Tobe Nwigwe (LB), North Texas
N10 - Danny Carmichael (LB), Middle Tennessee
N17 - Corey Small (DB), Florida Atlantic
N24 - Bear Woods (LB) , Troy
D1 - Frantz Joseph (LB), Florida Atlantic
D8 - Cameron Shef eld (DE), Troy
SPECIAL TEAMS
S1 - Josh Arauco (PK), Arkansas State
S8 - David DeFatta (P), Middle Tennessee
S15 - Sam Glusman (K), Troy
S22 - Kevin Jones (RS), Arkansas State
S29 - T.Y. Hilton (WR/RS), FIU
O6 - Jason Chery (WR), Louisiana-Lafayette
O13 - Josh Arauco (PK), Arkansas State
O20 - Josh Arauco (PK), Arkansas State
O27 - Jorrick Calvin (DB/KR), Troy
N3 - Robert Williams (RB/KR), Louisiana-Monroe
N10 - Dustin Rivest (K), FIU
N17 - David DeFatta (P), Middle Tennessee
N24 - Phillip Tanner (RB), Middle Tennessee
D1 - Josh Arauco (PK), Arkansas State
D8 - Drew Edmiston (PK), Louisiana-Lafayette
2008 Sun Belt Players of the Week
OFFENSE
S3 - Corey Leonard (QB), Arkansas State
S10 - Casey Fitzgerald (WR), North Texas
S17 - Rusty Smith (QB), Florida Atlantic
S24 - Kenny Cattouse (RB), Troy
O1 - Corey Leonard (QB), Arkansas State
O8 - Rusty Smith (QB), Florida Atlantic
O15 - Corey Leonard (QB), Arkansas State
O22 - Darrell McNeal (WR), Louisiana-Monroe
O29 - Calvin Dawson (RB), Louisiana-Monroe
N5 - Joe Craddock (QB), Middle Tennessee
N12 - Giovanni Vizza (QB), North Texas
N19 - Marty Humphrey (WR), Louisiana-Monroe
N26 - Rusty Smith (QB), Florida Atlantic
D3 - Rusty Smith (QB), Florida Atlantic
DEFENSE
S3 - Tyrell Johnson (S), Arkansas State
S10 - Jarrett Jones (CB), Louisiana-Lafayette
S17 - Tavious Polo (DB), Florida Atlantic
S24 - Cergile Sincere (LB), Florida Atlantic
O1 - Boris Lee (LB), Troy
O8 - Greg James (S), Louisiana-Monroe
O15 - Montey Stevenson (DT), North Texas
O22 - Sherrod Martin (DB), Troy
O29 - Erik Walden (DE), Middle Tennessee
N5 - Alex Suber (DB), Middle Tennessee
N12 - Rodney Hardeway (DE), Louisiana-Lafayette
N19 - Quintez Secka (CB), Louisiana-Monroe
N26 - Jeremiah Chapman (DE), North Texas
D3 - Frantz Joseph (LB), Florida Atlantic
SPECIAL TEAMS
S3 - Jason Chery (WR), Louisiana-Lafayette
S10 - Cole Wilson (K), Louisiana-Monroe
S17 - Leodis McKelvin (PR), Troy
S24 - Brandon Thompkins (KR), Arkansas State
O1 - Kevin Jones (WR/PR), Arkansas State
O8 - Leodis McKelvin (DB/KR), Troy
O15 - Scott Love (P), Louisiana-Monroe
O22 - Leodis McKelvin (PR), Troy
O29 - David DeFatta (P/PK), Middle Tennessee
N5 - Bradley Robinson (KR/DB), Middle Tennessee
N12 - David DeFatta (P/PK), Middle Tennessee
N19 - Scott Love (P), Louisiana-Monroe
N26 - DiIvory Edgecomb (KR), Florida Atlantic
D3 - Lionell Singleton (DB/KR), FIU
2007 Sun Belt Players of the Week
Jamario Thomas (UNT) Demarcus Ware (Troy) Thomas Olmsted (Troy)
Tyrell Fenroy (Louisiana-Lafayette) Sherrod Martin (Troy) Josh Arauco (Arkansas State)
Corey Leonard (Arkansas State) Erik Walden (Middle Tennessee) Scott Love (Louisiana-Monroe)
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Steven Jyles (ULM) Brandon Kennedy (UNT) Charles Tillman (ULL)
OFFENSE
S4 - Reggie Arnold (RB), Arkansas State
S11 - Kinsmon Lancaster (QB), Louisiana-Monroe
S18 - Gary Banks (WR), Troy
S25 - Jerry Babb (QB), Louisiana-Lafayette
O2 - Jerry Babb (QB), Louisiana-Lafayette
O9 - Jerry Babb (QB), Louisiana-Lafayette
O16 - Corey Leonard (RB), Arkansas State
O23 - Reggie Arnold (RB), Arkansas State
O30 - Clint Marks (QB), Middle Tennessee
N6 - Eugene Gross (RB), Middle Tennessee
N13 - Omar Haugabook (QB), Troy
N20 - Calvin Dawson (RB), Louisiana-Monroe
N27 - Smokey Hampton (WR), Troy
D4 - Omar Haugabook (QB), Troy
DEFENSE
S4 - Jamarrow James (DL), Arkansas State
S11 - Ryan Babb (LB), Troy
S18 - Brannon Condren (DB), Troy
S25 - Lionel Singleton (DB), FIU
O2 - J.K. Sabb (LB), Middle Tennessee
O9 - Devrett Wade (LB), Arkansas State
O16 - Boris Lee (LB), Troy
O23 - Frantz Joseph (LB), Florida Atlantic
O30 - Damon Nickson (S), Middle Tennessee
N6 - Justin Rainey (LB), Middle Tennessee
N13 - Bradley Robinson (DB), Middle Tennessee
N20 - Keyonvis Bouie (LB), FIU
N27 - Boris Lee (LB), Troy
D4 - Josh Thompson (S), Louisiana-Monroe
SPECIAL TEAMS
S4 - Colby Smith (P/PK), Middle Tennessee
S11 - Chandler Williams (RS), FIU
S18 - Lionel Singleton (RS), FIU
S25 - Jason Chery (RS), Louisiana-Lafayette
O2 - Drew Edmiston (PK), Louisiana-Lafayette
O9 - Damon Nickson (RS), Middle Tennessee
O16 - Leodis McKelvin (RS), Troy
O23 - Drew Edmiston (PK), Louisiana-Lafayette
O30 - Colby Smith (P/PK), Middle Tennessee
N6 - Damon Nickson (RS), Middle Tennessee
N13 - Colby Smith (P/PK), Middle Tennessee
N20 - Brett Shrable (P), Arkansas State
N27 - Cole Wilson (PK), Louisiana-Monroe
D4 - Leodis McKelvin (RS), Troy
2006 Sun Belt Players of the Week
OFFENSE
S5 - Danny Embick (QB), Florida Atlantic
S12 - Patrick Cobbs (RB), North Texas
S19 - Derrick Smith (WR), Louisiana-Lafayette
S26 - Antonio Warren (RB), Arkansas State
O3 - Steven Jyles (QB), Louisiana-Monroe
O10 - Kenny Cattouse (RB), Troy
O17 - Eugene Gross (RB), Middle Tennessee
O24 - Cleannord Saintil (WR), Middle Tennessee
O31 - Tyrell Fenroy (RB), Louisiana-Lafayette
N7 - Clint Marks (QB), Middle Tennessee
N14 - Steven Jyles (QB), Louisiana-Monroe
N21 - Josh Padrick (QB), FIU
DEFENSE
S5 - Tyrell Johnson (DB), Arkansas State
S12 - Maurice Holman (LB), North Texas
S19 - Johnny Felders (DB), Louisiana-Lafayette
S26 - Chaz Williams (DB), Louisiana-Monroe
O3 - Jonathan Bonner (LB), Middle Tennessee
O10 - Sherrod Martin (DB), Troy
O17 - Phillip Graves (LB), North Texas
O24 - Eugene Kwarteng (DL), Louisiana-Lafayette
O31 - Tyler Norman (LB), Louisiana-Lafayette
N7 - Keyonvis Bouie (LB), FIU
N14 - Devrett Wade (LB), Arkansas State
N21 - Kevin Payne (DB), Louisiana-Monroe
SPECIAL TEAMS
S5 - Leodis McKelvin (RS), Troy
S12 - Leodis McKelvin (RS), Troy
S19 - Thomas Olmsted (P), Troy
S26 - Leodis McKelvin (RS), Troy
O3 - Colby Smith (K), Middle Tennessee
O10 - Thomas Olmsted (P), Troy
O17 - Eric Neihouse (K), Arkansas State
O24 - Greg Whibbs (K), Troy
O31 - Sean Comiskey (K), Louisiana-Lafayette
N7 - Julius Eppinger (RS), FIU
N14 - Eric Neihouse (K), Arkansas State
N21 - Adam Moss (K), FIU
2005 Sun Belt Players of the Week
Antonio Warren (Arkansas State) Keyonvis Bouie (FIU) Leodis McKelvin (Troy)
Jerry Babb (Louisiana-Lafayette) Frantz Joseph (Florida Atlantic) Drew Edmiston (Louisiana-Lafayette)
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Steven Jyles (ULM) Brandon Kennedy (UNT) Charles Tillman (ULL)
OFFENSE
S6 - Jerry Babb (QB), Louisiana-Lafayette
S13 - Junior Louissaint (OT), Troy
S20 - Nick Noce (QB), Arkansas State
S27 - Antonio Warren (RB), Arkansas State
O4 - Jamario Thomas (RB), North Texas
O11 - Clint Marks (QB), Middle Tennessee
O18 - Steven Jyles (QB), Louisiana-Monroe
O25 - Jamario Thomas (RB), North Texas
N1 - Jamario Thomas (RB), North Texas
N8 - Buck Pierce (QB), New Mexico State
N15 - Jamario Thomas (RB), North Texas
N22 - Travis Cox (QB), Utah State
DEFENSE
S6 - Demarcus Ware (DE), Troy
S13 - Bernard Davis (LB), Troy
S20 - Matt Griebel (FS), New Mexico State
S27 - Robert Watts (LB), Utah State
O4 - Mike Anderson (DE), Idaho
O11 - Adrian Awasom (DE), North Texas
O18 - Alex Peoples (S), Arkansas State
O25 - Chris Harris (S), Louisiana-Monroe
N1 - Johnny Faulk (CB), Troy
N8 - Dustin Sober (LB), New Mexico State
N15 - Johnny Faulk (CB), Troy
N22 - Chaz Williams (CB), Louisiana-Monroe
SPECIAL TEAMS
S6 - Antonio Warren (RS), Arkansas State
S13 - Thomas Olmsted (P), Troy
S20 - Darren Toney (RS), Arkansas State
S27 - Ben Chaet, (P/PK), Utah State
O4 - Sean Comiskey (K), Louisiana-Lafayette
O11 - Joel Stelly (P), Louisiana-Monroe
O18 - Eric Neihouse (PK), Arkansas State
O25 - Nick Bazaldua (PK), North Texas
N1 - Johnny Quinn (KR), North Texas
N8 - Leodis McKelvin (KR), Troy
N15 - Darren Toney (RS), Arkansas State
N22 - Jarrod Jakubiak (K), Utah State
2004 Sun Belt Players of the Week
Dwone Hicks (MT) Cody Spencer (UNT) James Hickenbotham (ASU)
OFFENSE
S1 - Travis Smothers (RB), Louisiana-Lafayette
S8 - Elliot Jacobs (QB), Arkansas State
S15 - David Fiefa (TB), Utah State
S22 - Andrico Hines (QB), Middle Tennessee
S29 - Johnny Quinn (WR), North Texas
O6 - Brian Lindgren (QB), Idaho
O13 - Patrick Cobbs (RB), North Texas
O20 - Andrico Hines (QB), Middle Tennessee
O27 - Joel Nwigwe (WR), North Texas
N3 - Travis Cox (QB), Utah State
N10 - Andrico Hines (QB), Middle Tennessee
N17 - Jerry Babb (QB), Louisiana-Lafayette
N26 - Patrick Cobbs (RB) - North Texas
DEFENSE
S1 - Johnathan Burke (DB), Arkansas State
S8 - Evan Caldwell (DT), North Texas
S15 - Chris Hurd (LB), North Texas
S22 - Brandon Lynch (LB), Middle Tennessee
S29 - Ronald Tupea (NG), Utah State
O6 - Mike Anderson (LB), Idaho
O13 - Michael Woods (SS), Middle Tennessee
O20 - Chris Hurd (LB), North Texas
O27 - C.C. Brown (RS), Louisiana-Lafayette
N3 - Les Echols (LB), Arkansas State
N10 - Johnathan Burke (DB), Arkansas State
N17 - Kody Kraus (DT), Idaho
N26 - Will Martin (FS), Middle Tennessee
SPECIAL TEAMS
S1 - Pat Lamy (S), Louisiana-Lafayette
S8 - Brad Kadlubar (P), North Texas
S15 - Jarod Little (P), Arkansas State
S22 - Charles Estes (RS), Louisiana-Monroe
S29 - Sean Comiskey (K), Louisiana-Lafayette
O6 - Jarrod Little (P), Arkansas State
O13 - Joel Stelly (P), Louisiana-Monroe
O20 - Sean Comiskey (K), Louisiana-Lafayette
O27 - Charles Estes (RS), Louisiana-Monroe
N3 - Brad Kadlubar (P), North Texas
N10 - Robert Billings (P), Middle Tennessee
N17 - Sean Comiskey (K), Louisiana-Lafayette
N26 - Brad Kadlubar (P), North Texas
2003 Sun Belt Players of the Week
Johnny Quinn (North Texas) Les Echols (Arkansas State) Joel Stelly (Louisiana-Monroe)
Jamario Thomas (North Texas) Demarcus Ware (Troy) Thomas Olmsted (Troy)
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Steven Jyles (Louisiana-Monroe) Brandon Kennedy (North Texas) Charles Tillman (Louisiana-Lafayette)
OFFENSE
S2 - Buck Pierce (QB), New Mexico State
S9 - Antonio Warren (RB), Arkansas State
S16 - Fred Stamps (WR), Louisiana-Lafayette
S23 - Brian Lindgren (QB), Idaho
S30 - Kevin Galbreath (RB), North Texas
O7 - Danny Smith (RB), Arkansas State
O14 - Bryant Jacobs (TB), Louisiana-Monroe
O21 - Andrico Hines (QB), Middle Tennessee
O28 - Steven Jyles (QB), Louisiana-Monroe
N4 - Paul Dombrowski (QB), NM State
N11 - Eric Rekieta (QB), Louisiana-Lafayette
N18 - Danny Smith (RB), Arkansas State
N25 - Paul Dombrowski (QB), NM State
DEFENSE
S2 - Brandon Kennedy (DT), North Texas
S9 - Corey Williams (NT), Arkansas State
S16 - Taylor Casey (LB), North Texas
S23 - Chris Hurd (LB), North Texas
S30 - Corey Williams (NT), Arkansas State
O7 - Richard Glover (LB), NM State
O14 - Siddeeq Shabazz (S), NM State
O21 - Jon Bradley (DL), Arkansas State
O28 - Cody Spencer (LB), North Texas
N4 - Darrell Daniels (DE), North Texas
N11 - Brandon Kennedy (DT), North Texas
N18 - Taylor Casey (LB), North Texas
N25 - Brandon Kennedy (DT), North Texas
SPECIAL TEAMS
S2 - Reshard Lee (RB), Middle Tennessee
S9 - Nick Dugas (RS), Louisiana-Lafayette
S16 - James Hickenbotham (RS), Arkansas St.
S23 - Dario Aguiniga (K), New Mexico State
S30 - Nick Bazaldua (K), North Texas
O7 - Tyler Kuecker (K), Louisiana-Monroe
O14 - Dario Aguiniga (K), New Mexico State
O21 - Brad Kadlubar (P), North Texas
O28 - Joel Stelly (K), Louisiana-Monroe
N4 - Robert Billings (P), Middle Tennessee
N11 - Sean Comiskey (K), Louisiana-Lafayette
N18 - Charles Tillman (FS), Louisiana-Lafayette
N25 - Brad Kadlubar (P), North Texas
2002 Sun Belt Players of the Week
Dwone Hicks (Middle Tennessee) Cody Spencer (North Texas) James Hickenbotham (Arkansas State)
OFFENSE
S3 - Dwone Hicks (RB), Middle Tennessee
S10 - John Welsh (QB), Idaho
S17 - No games played
S24 - Wes Counts (QB), Middle Tennessee
O1 - Reshard Lee (RB), Middle Tennessee
O8 - Wes Counts (QB), Middle Tennessee
O15 - Kevin Galbreath (RB), North Texas
O22 - Jon Van Cleave (QB), UL Lafayette
O29 - Kendall Newson (WR), Middle Tennessee
N5 - John Welsh (QB), Idaho
N12 - Scott Hall (QB), North Texas
N19 - Patrick Cobbs (RB) - North Texas
D3 - Anthony Tenner (TB) - Idaho
DEFENSE
S3 - Jykine Bradley (DB), Middle Tennessee
S10 - Siddeeq Shabazz (S), NM State
S17 - No games played
S24 - Scotty Brown (LB), Middle Tennessee
O1 - Scotty Brown (LB), Middle Tennessee
O8 - Tony Lukins (CB), New Mexico State
O15 - Chris Jones (CB), Arkansas State
O22 - Brad Kassell (LB), North Texas
O29 - Les Echols (LB), Arkansas State
N5 - Brad Kassell (LB), North Texas
N12 - Tony Lukins (CB) New Mexico State
N19 - Scotty Brown (LB), Middle Tennessee
D3 - Cody Spencer (LB), North Texas
SPECIAL TEAMS
S3 - Jonathon Knott (K/P), UL Lafayette
S10 - James Hickenbotham (KR), Arkansas St.
S17 - No games played
S24 - Robert Billings (P), Middle Tennessee
O1 - Robert Billings (P), Middle Tennessee
O8 - Tony Lukins (KR), New Mexico State
O15 - Jason Ball (K/P), North Texas
O22 - Jason Ball (K/P), North Texas
O29 - James Hickenbotham (KR), Arkansas St.
N5 - Jason Ball (K/P), North Texas
N12 - Ty Jackson (KR), North Texas
N19 - Dario Aguiniga (K), New Mexico State
D3 - No candidates
2001 Sun Belt Players of the Week
Sun Belt Player of the Week Archive
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2012 Sun Belt Conference Football Standings
Conference Overall
W-L Pct. H A Streak W-L Pct. PF PA H A Streak
Arkansas State 7-1 .875 3-1 4-0 W7 10-3 .769 454 318 5-1 4-2 W8
Louisiana-Lafayette 6-2 .750 3-1 3-1 W4 9-4 .692 461 365 5-1 3-3 W4
Louisiana-Monroe 6-2 .750 3-1 3-1 W2 8-5 .615 440 379 4-2 4-2 L1
Middle Tennessee 6-2 .750 3-1 3-1 L1 8-4 .667 319 336 3-2 5-2 L1
WKU 4-4 .500 1-3 3-1 L2 7-6 .538 366 331 3-3 4-2 L3
Troy 3-5 .375 1-3 2-2 L4 5-7 .417 367 366 2-4 3-3 L2
North Texas 3-5 .375 2-2 1-3 L2 4-8 .333 251 334 3-2 1-6 L2
FIU 2-6 .250 0-4 2-2 L1 3-9 .250 300 380 1-5 2-4 L1
Florida Atlantic 2-6 .250 1-3 1-3 L2 3-9 .250 246 370 2-3 1-6 L2
South Alabama 1-7 .125 1-3 0-4 L5 2-11 240 .154 383 2-4 0-7 L6
* -- Sun Belt Conference regular season champion; $ -- Bowl-eligible
ARKANSAS STATE (10-3/7-1)
S1 at Oregon L, 34-57
S8 Memphis W, 33-28
S15 at Nebraska L, 13-42
S22 Alcorn State W, 56-0
S29 * WKU L, 13-26
O4 * at FIU W, 34-20
O13 * South Alabama W, 36-29
O23 * at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 50-27
N3 * at North Texas W, 37-19
N10 * Louisiana-Monroe W, 45-23
N17 * at Troy W, 41-34
D1 * Middle Tennessee W, 45-0
J6 # vs. Kent State W, 17-13
# GoDaddy.com Bowl
FLORIDA ATLANTIC (3-9/2-6)
A31 Wagner W, 7-3
S8 * at Middle Tennessee L, 17-31
S15 at Georgia L, 20-56
S22 at Alabama L, 7-40
S29 * North Texas L, 14-20
O13 * at Louisiana-Monroe L, 14-35
O20 * at South Alabama L, 34-37 2OT
O27 * Troy W, 34-27
N3 at Navy L, 17-24
N10 * at WKU W, 37-28
N16 * FIU L, 24-34
D1 * Louisiana-Lafayette L, 21-35
FIU (3-9/2-6)
S1 at Duke L, 26-46
S8 Akron W, 41-38 (OT)
S15 at UCF L, 20-33
S22 #20 Louisville L, 21-28
S29 * at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 20-48
O4 * Arkansas State L, 20-34
O13 * Middle Tennessee L, 30-34
O20 * at Troy L, 37-38
O27 * WKU L, 6-14
N3 * at South Alabama W, 28-20
N16 * at Florida Atlantic W, 34-24
N24 * Louisiana-Monroe L, 17-23 (OT)
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (6-2/9-4)
S1 Lamar W, 40-0
S8 * at Troy W, 37-24
S15 at Oklahoma State L, 24-65
S29 * FIU W, 48-20
O6 Tulane W, 41-13
O16 * at North Texas L, 23-30
O23 * Arkansas State L, 27-50
N3 * at Louisiana-Monroe W, 40-24
N10 at Florida L, 20-27
N17 * WKU W, 31-27
N24 * South Alabama W, 52-30
D1 * at Florida Atlantic W, 35-21
D22 # vs. East Carolina W, 43-34
# R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
LOUISIANA-MONROE (8-5/6-2)
S8 Arkansas W, 34-31 (OT)
S15 at Auburn L, 28-31 (OT)
S21 Baylor L, 42-47
S29 at Tulane W, 63-10
O6 * at Middle Tennessee W, 31-17
O13 * Florida Atlantic W, 35-14
O20 * at Western Kentucky W, 43-42
O27 * South Alabama W, 38-24
N3 * Louisiana-Lafayette L, 24-40
N8 * at Arkansas State L, 23-45
N17 * North Texas W, 42-16
N24 * at FIU W, 23-17 (OT)
D28 # vs. Ohio L, 14-45
# AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (8-4/6-2)
A30 McNeese State L, 21-27
S8 * Florida Atlantic W, 31-17
S15 at Memphis W, 48-30
S29 at Georgia Tech W, 49-28
O6 * Louisiana-Monroe L, 17-31
O13 * at FIU W, 34-30
O20 at Mississippi State L, 3-45
O27 * North Texas W, 38-21
N1 * at WKU W, 34-29
N17 * at South Alabama W, 20-12
N24 * Troy W, 24-21
D1 * at Arkansas State L, 0-45
NORTH TEXAS (4-8/3-5)
S1 at LSU L, 14-41
S8 Texas Southern W, 34-7
S15 at Kansas State L, 21-35
S22 * Troy L, 17-14
S29 * at Florida Atlantic W, 20-14
O6 at Houston L, 21-44
O16 * Louisiana-Lafayette W, 30-23
O27 * at Middle Tennessee L, 21-38
N3 * Arkansas State L, 19-37
N10 * South Alabama W, 24-14
N17 * at Louisiana-Monroe L, 16-42
N24 * at Western Kentucky L, 24-25
SOUTH ALABAMA 17/211
S1 Texas-San Antonio L, 31-33
S8 Nicholls State W, 9-3
S15 at North Carolina State L, 7-37
S22 at Mississippi State L, 10-30
S29 * Troy L, 10-31
O13 * at Arkansas State L, 29-36
O20 * Florida Atlantic W, 37-34 (2OT)
O27 * at Louisiana-Monroe L, 24-38
N3 * FIU L, 20-28
N10 * at North Texas L, 14-24
N17 * Middle Tennessee L, 12-20
N24 * at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 30-52
D1 at Hawai’i L, 7-23
TROY 57/35
S1 at UAB W, 39-29
S8 * Louisiana-Lafayette L, 24-37
S15 Mississippi State L, 24-30
S22 * at North Texas W, 14-7
S29 * at South Alabama W, 31-10
O11 * Western Kentucky L, 26-31
O20 * FIU W, 38-37
O27 * at Florida Atlantic L, 27-34
N3 at Tennessee L, 48-55
N10 Navy W, 41-31
N17 * Arkansas State L, 34-41
N24 * at Middle Tennessee L, 21-24
WKU 44/76
S1 Austin Peay W, 49-10
S8 at #1 Alabama L, 0-35
S15 at Kentucky W, 32-31 (OT)
S22 Southern Mississippi W, 42-17
S29 * at Arkansas State W, 26-13
O11 * at Troy W, 31-26
O20 * Louisiana-Monroe L, 42-43
O27 * at FIU W, 14-6
N1 * Middle Tennessee L, 29-34
N10 * Florida Atlantic L, 28-37
N17 * at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 27-31
N24 * North Texas W, 25-24
D26 # vs. Central Michigan L, 21-24
# Little Caesar’s Pizza Bowl
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Conference Overall
W-L Pct. H A Streak W-L Pct. PF PA H A Streak
*$ Arkansas State 8-0 1.000 4-0 4-0 W8 10-3 .769 422 270 5-0 4-2 L1
$ WKU 7-1 .875 3-1 4-0 W7 7-5 .583 275 298 3-4 4-1 W2
$ Louisiana-Lafayette 6-2 .750 4-0 2-2 L1 9-4 .692 420 388 5-0 4-3 W1
$ FIU 5-3 .625 3-1 2-2 W3 8-5 .615 325 253 4-2 4-2 L1
North Texas 4-4 .500 3-1 1-3 W1 5-7 .417 298 368 4-2 1-5 W1
Louisiana-Monroe 3-5 .375 1-3 2-2 W1 4-8 .333 295 305 2-3 2-5 W1
Troy 2-6 .250 2-2 0-4 L2 3-9 .250 269 404 3-2 0-7 L2
Middle Tennessee 1-7 .125 0-4 1-3 L5 2-10 .167 267 441 1-5 1-5 L6
Florida Atlantic 0-8 .000 0-4 0-4 L8 1-11 .083 155 416 1-4 0-7 L1
* -- Sun Belt Conference regular season champion; $ -- Bowl-eligible
ARKANSAS STATE (10-3/8-0)
S3 at Illinois L, 15-33
S10 Memphis W, 47-3
S17 at #13 Virginia Tech L, 7-26
S24 Central Arkansas W, 53-24
O1 * at Western Kentucky W, 26-22
O8 * at Louisiana-Monroe W, 24-19
O18 * FIU W, 34-16
O29 * North Texas W, 37-14
N5 * at Florida Atlantic W, 39-21
N12 * Louisiana-Lafayette W, 30-21
N19 * at Middle Tennessee W, 45-19
D3 Troy W, 45-14
J8 # vs. Northern Illinois L, 20-38
# GoDaddy.com Bowl
FLORIDA ATLANTIC (0-8/1-11)
S3 at #22 Florida L, 3-41
S10 at #17 Michigan State L, 0-44
S24 at Auburn L, 14-30
O1 * at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 34-37
O8 * at North Texas L, 17-31
O15 * Western Kentucky L, 0-20
O22 * Middle Tennessee L, 14-38
N5 * Arkansas State L, 21-39
N12 * at FIU L, 7-41
N19 * at Troy L, 7-34
N26 UAB W, 38-35
D3 * Louisiana-Monroe L, 0-26
FIU (8-5/5-3)
S1 * North Texas W, 41-16
S9 at Louisville W, 24-17
S17 UCF W, 17-10
S24 * Louisiana-Lafayette L, 31-36
O1 Duke L, 27-31
O8 at Akron W, 27-17
O18 * at Arkansas State L, 16-34
O25 * Troy W, 23-20 (OT)
N5 * at WKU L, 9-10
N12 * Florida Atlantic W, 41-7
N19 * at Louisiana-Monroe W, 28-17
N26 * at Middle Tennessee W, 31-18
D20 ^ vs. Marshall L, 10-20
^ Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (9-4/6-2)
S3 at #9 Oklahoma State L, 34-61
S10 at Kent State W, 20-12
S17 Nicholls State W, 38-21
S24 * at FIU W, 36-31
O1 * Florida Atlantic W, 37-34
O8 * Troy W, 31-17
O15 * North Texas W, 30-10
O22 * at Western Kentucky L, 23-42
O29 * at Middle Tennessee W, 45-20
N5 * Louisiana-Monroe W, 36-35
N12 * at Arkansas State L, 21-30
N26 at Arizona L, 37-45
D17 $ vs. San Diego State W, 32-30
$ R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
LOUISIANA-MONROE (4-8/3-5)
S3 at #6 Florida State L, 0-34
S10 Grambling State W, 35-7
S17 at #23 TCU L, 17-38
S24 at Iowa L, 17-45
O8 * Arkansas State L, 19-24
O15 * at Troy W, 38-10
O22 * at North Texas L, 23-42
O29 * Western Kentucky L, 28-31 (OT)
N5 * at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 35-36
N12 * Middle Tennessee W, 42-14
N19 * FIU L, 17-28
D3 * at Florida Atlantic W, 26-0
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (2-10/1-7)
S3 at Purdue L, 24-27
S10 Georgia Tech L, 21-49
S24 * at Troy L, 35-38
O1 Memphis W, 38-31
O6 * Western Kentucky L, 33-36 (2OT)
O22 * at Florida Atlantic W, 38-14
O29 * Louisiana-Lafayette L, 20-45
N5 at Tennessee L, 0-24
N12 * at Louisiana-Monroe L, 14-41
N19 * Arkansas State L, 19-45
N26 * FIU L, 18-31
D3 * at North Texas L, 7-59
NORTH TEXAS (5-7/4-4)
S1 * at FIU L, 16-41
S10 Houston L, 23-48
S17 at #2 Alabama L, 0-41
S24 Indiana W, 24-21
O1 at Tulsa L, 24-41
O8 * Florida Atlantic W, 31-17
O15 * at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 10-30
O22 * Louisiana-Monroe W, 38-21
O29 * at Arkansas State L, 14-37
N12 * at Troy W, 38-33
N19 * Western Kentucky L, 21-31
D3 * Middle Tennessee W, 59-7
TROY 39/26
S3 * at Clemson L, 19-43
S17 * at #14 Arkansas L, 28-38
S24 Middle Tennessee W, 38-35
O1 UAB W, 24-23
O8 * at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 17-3
O15 * Louisiana-Monroe L, 10-38
O25 * at FIU L, 20-23 (OT)
N5 at Navy L, 14-42
N12 * North Texas L, 33-38
N19 * Florida Atlantic W, 34-7
N26 * at Western Kentucky L, 18-41
D3 * at Arkansas State L, 14-45
WKU 75/71
S1 (!) Kentucky L, 3-14
S10 Navy L, 14-40
S17 Indiana State L, 16-44
O1 * Arkansas State L, 22-26
O6 * at Middle Tennessee W, 36-33 (2OT)
O15 * at Florida Atlantic W, 20-0
O22 * Louisiana-Lafayette W, 42-23
O29 * at Louisiana-Monroe W, 31-28 (OT)
N5 * FIU W, 10-9
N12 at #1 LSU L, 9-42 (ESPNU)
N19 * at North Texas W, 31-21
N26 * Troy W, 41-18
(!) game played in Nashville, Tenn.
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2010 Sun Belt Conference Football Standings
Conference Overall
W-L Pct. H A Streak W-L Pct. PF PA H A Streak
#*$ Troy 6-2 .750 3-1 3-1 W2 8-5 .615 443 393 4-1 3-4 W3
*$ FIU 6-2 .750 3-1 3-1 L1 7-6 .538 374 355 3-2 3-4 W1
$ Middle Tennessee 5-3 .625 2-2 3-1 W3 6-7 .462 344 365 3-3 3-3 L1
ULM 4-4 .500 3-1 1-3 L1 5-7 .417 250 389 4-2 1-5 L1
Arkansas State 4-4 .500 3-1 1-3 L2 4-8 .333 360 369 3-2 1-6 L3
Florida Atlantic 3-5 .375 2-2 1-3 L2 4-8 .333 202 351 2-3 2-5 L3
North Texas 3-5 .375 0-4 3-1 L1 3-9 .250 287 356 0-6 3-3 L2
Louisiana-Lafayette 3-5 .375 1-3 2-2 L5 3-9 .250 268 444 1-4 2-5 W1
WKU 2-6 .250 0-4 2-2 L1 2-10 .167 274 398 0-5 2-5 L1
* -- Sun Belt Conference regular season champion; # -- League representative in New Orleans Bowl; $ -- Bowl-eligible
ARKANSAS STATE (4-8/4-4)
S4 at #22 Auburn L, 26-52
S11 * at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 24-31
S18 * Louisiana-Monroe W, 34-20
S25 * at Troy L, 28-35
O2 Louisville L, 24-34
O9 * at North Texas W, 24-19
O16 at Indiana L, 34-36
O23 * Florida Atlantic W, 37-16
N2 * Middle Tennessee W, 51-24
N13 * WKU L, 35-36 (OT)
N20 at Navy L, 19-35
N27 * at FIU L, 24-31
FLORIDA ATLANTIC (4-8/3-5)
S2 at UAB W, 32-31
S11 vs. Michigan State L, 17-31
S25 * North Texas L, 17-21
O2 at South Florida L, 3-31
O9 * at Louisiana-Monroe L, 17-20
O23 * at Arkansas State L, 16-37
O30 * FIU W, 21-9
N6 * at WKU W, 17-16
N13 * Louisiana-Lafayette W, 24-23
N20 at Texas L, 17-51
N27 at Middle Tennessee L, 14-38
D4 * Troy L, 7-44
FIU (7-6/6-2)
S11 Rutgers L, 14-19
S18 at Texas A&M L, 20-27
S25 at Maryland L, 28-42
O2 at Pittsburgh L, 17-44
O9 * Western Kentucky W, 28-21
O16 * at North Texas W, 34-10
O30 * at Florida Atlantic L, 9-21
N6 * Louisiana-Monroe W, 42-35 (2OT)
N13 * at Troy W, 52-35
N20 * at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 38-17
N27 * Arkansas State W, 31-24
D4 * Middle Tennessee L, 27-28
D26 ^Toledo W, 34-32
^ Little Caesars Pizza Bowl
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (3-9/3-5)
S4 at #23 Georgia L, 7-55
S11 * Arkansas State W, 31-24
S25 * Middle Tennessee L, 14-34
O2 * at North Texas W, 28-27
O8 Oklahoma State L,28-54
O16 * at Troy L, 24-31
O23 * Western Kentucky L, 21-54
O30 at Ohio L, 31-38
N6 at Mississippi L, 21-43
N13 * at Florida Atlantic L, 23-24
N20 * FIU L, 17-38
N27 * at Louisiana-Monroe W, 23-22
LOUISIANA-MONROE (5-7/4-4)
S11 vs. #14 Arkansas L, 7-31
S18 * at Arkansas State L, 20-34
S25 Southeastern Louisiana W, 21-20
O2 at #10 Auburn L, 3-52
O9 * Florida Atlantic W, 20-17
O16 * at Western Kentucky W, 35-30
O23 * at Middle Tennessee L, 10-38
O30 * Troy W, 28-14
N6 * at FIU L, 35-42 (2OT)
N13 at #5 LSU L, 0-51
N20 * North Texas W, 49-37
N27 * Louisiana-Lafayette L, 22-23
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (6-7/5-3)
S2 Minnesota L, 17-24
S11 Austin Peay W, 56-33
S18 at Memphis L, 17-24
S25 * at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 34-14
O5 * Troy L, 13-42
O16 at Georgia Tech L, 14-42
O23 * Louisiana-Monroe W, 38-10
N2 * at Arkansas State L, 24-51
N13 * North Texas L, 17-23
N20 * at Western Kentucky W, 27-26
N27 * Florida Atlantic W, 38-14
D4 * at FIU W, 28-27
J6 #Miami (Ohio) L, 21-35
# GoDaddy.com Bowl
NORTH TEXAS (3-9/3-5)
S4 at Clemson L, 10-35
S11 Rice L, 31-32
S18 at Army L, 0-24
S25 * at Florida Atlantic W, 21-17
O2 * Louisiana-Lafayette L, 27-28
O9 * Arkansas State L. 19-24
O16 * FIU L, 10-34
O30 * at WKU W, 33-6
N6 * Troy L, 35-41
N13 * at Middle Tennessee W, 23-17
N20 * at Louisiana-Monroe L, 37-49
N27 Kansas State L, 41-49
TROY 85/62
S4 Bowling Green W, 30-27
S11 at Oklahoma State L, 38-41
S18 at UAB L, 33-34
S25 * Arkansas State W, 35-28
O5 * at Middle Tennessee W, 42-13
O16 * Louisiana-Lafayette W, 31-24
O30 * at Louisiana-Monroe L, 14-28
N6 * at North Texas W, 41-35
N13 * FIU L, 35-52
N20 at #17 South Carolina L, 24-69
N27 * Western Kentucky W, 28-14
D6 * at Florida Atlantic W, 44-7
D18 $Ohio W, 48-21
$ R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
WKU 210/26
S4 at #8 Nebraska L, 10-49
S11 at Kentucky L, 28-63
S18 Indiana L, 21-38
S25 at South Florida L, 12-24
O9 * at FIU L, 21-28
O16 * Louisiana-Monroe L, 30-35
O23 * at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 54-21
O30 * North Texas L, 6-33
N6 * Florida Atlantic L, 16-17
N13 * at Arkansas State W, 36-35 (OT)
N20 * Middle Tennessee L, 26-27
N27 * at Troy L, 14-28
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2009 Sun Belt Conference Football Standings
Conference Overall
W-L Pct. H A Streak W-L Pct. PF PA H A Streak
*$ Troy 8-0 1.000 4-0 4-0 W8 9-4 .692 438 387 6-0 3-3 L1
#$ Middle Tennessee 7-1 .875 4-0 3-1 W6 10-3 .769 416 308 5-1 4-2 W7
$ Louisiana-Monroe 5-3 .625 3-1 2-2 L2 6-6 .500 307 328 4-1 2-5 L2
Florida Atlantic 5-3 .625 2-2 3-0 W2 5-7 .417 329 405 2-3 3-4 W2
$ Louisiana-Lafayette 4-4 .500 2-2 2-2 L1 6-6 .500 266 364 4-2 2-4 L1
ASU 3-5 .375 2-2 1-3 W2 4-8 .333 272 279 3-2 1-6 W2
FIU 3-5 .375 1-2 1-3 L1 3-9 .250 275 424 2-3 1-6 L2
North Texas 1-7 .125 1-3 0-4 L3 2-10 .167 319 427 1-5 1-5 L4
WKU 0-8 .000 0-4 0-4 L8 0-12 .000 245 475 0-6 0-6 L12
* -- Sun Belt Conference regular season champion; # -- League representative in New Orleans Bowl; $ -- Bowl-eligible
ARKANSAS STATE (4-8/3-5)
S5 Mississippi Valley State W, 61-0
S12 at #22 Nebraska L, 9-38
S26 * Troy L, 27-30
O3 at #13 Iowa L, 21-24
O13 * at Louisiana-Monroe L, 10-16
O24 * FIU W, 27-10
O31 at Louisville L, 13-21
N7 * Louisiana-Lafayette L, 18-21
N14 * at Florida Atlantic L, 18-35
N21 * at Middle Tennessee L, 14-38
N28 * North Texas W, 30-26
D3 * at WKU W, 24-20
FLORIDA ATLANTIC (5-7/5-3)
S5 at #24 Nebraska L, 3-49
S19 at South Carolina L, 16-38
S26 * Louisiana-Monroe L, 25-27
O3 Wyoming L, 28-30
O17 * at North Texas W, 44-40
O24 * at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 51-29
O31 * Middle Tennessee L, 20-27
N7 at UAB L, 29-56
N14 * Arkansas State W, 35-18
N21 * at Troy L, 21-47
N28 * WKU W, 29-24
D5 * at FIU W, 28-21
FIU (3-9/3-5)
S12 at #4 Alabama L, 14-40
S19 at Rutgers L, 15-23
S26 Toledo L, 31-41
O3 * at Louisiana-Monroe L, 35-48
O10 * at WKU W, 37-20
O17 * Troy L, 33-42
O24 * at Arkansas State L, 10-27
O31 * Louisiana-lafayette W, 20-17 (OT)
N7 * at Middle Tennessee L, 21-48
N14 * North Texas W, 35-28
N21 at #1 Florida L, 3-62
D5 * Florida Atlantic L, 21-28
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (6-6/4-4)
S5 Southern W, 42-19
S12 Kansas State W, 17-15
S19 at #9 LSU L, 3-31
S26 at Nebraska L, 0-55
O10 * North Texas W, 38-34
O17 * at WKU W, 30-22
O24 * Florida Atlantic L, 29-51
O31 * at FIU L, 17-20 (OT)
N7 * at Arkansas State W, 21-18
N14 * at Middle Tennessee L, 17-34
N21 * Louisiana-Monroe W, 21-17
N28 * Troy L, 31-48
LOUISIANA-MONROE (6-6/5-3)
S5 at #2 Texas L, 20-59
S12 Texas Southern W, 58-0
S19 at Arizona State L, 14-38
S26 * at Florida Atlantic W, 27-25
O3 * FIU W, 48-35
O13 * Arkansas State W, 16-10
O24 at Kentucky L, 13-36
O31 * at Troy L, 21-42
N7 * at North Texas W, 33-6
N14 * WKU W, 21-18
N21 * at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 17-21
N28 * Middle Tennessee L, 19-38
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (10-3/7-1)
S5 at Clemson L, 14-37
S12 Memphis W, 31-14
S19 at Maryland W, 32-31
S26 * at North Texas W, 37-21
O6 * at Troy L, 7-31
O17 Mississippi State L, 6-27
O24 * WKU W, 62-24
O31 * at Florida Atlantic W, 27-20
N7 * FIU W, 48-21
N14 * Louisiana-Lafayette W, 34-17
N21 * Arkansas State W, 38-14
N28 * at Louisiana-Monroe W, 38-19
D20 $ vs. Southern Miss W, 42-32
$ R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
NORTH TEXAS (2-10/1-7)
S3 at Ball State W, 20-10
S12 Ohio L, 30-31 (2OT)
S19 at #4 Alabama L, 7-53
S26 * Middle Tennessee L, 21-37
O10 * at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 34-38
O17 * Florida Atlantic L, 40-44
O24 * at Troy L, 26-50
O31 * WKU W, 68-49
N7 * Louisiana-Monroe L, 6-33
N14 * at FIU L, 28-35
N21 Army L, 13-17
N28 * at Arkansas State L, 26-30
TROY 94/80
S3 at Bowling Green L, 14-31
S12 at #1 Florida L, 6-56
S19 UAB W, 27-14
S26 * at Arkansas State W, 30-27
O6 * Middle Tennessee W, 31-7
O17 * at FIU W, 42-33
O24 * North Texas W, 50-26
O31 * Louisiana-Monroe W, 42-21
N7 * at WKU W, 40-20
N14 at Arkansas L, 20-56
N21 * Florida Atlantic W, 47-21
N28 # vs. Central Michigan L, 41-44 (OT)
# GMAC Bowl
WKU 012/08
S5 at Tennessee L, 7-63
S12 South Florida L, 13-35
S19 Central Arkansas L, 7-28
S26 at Navy L, 22-38
O10 * FIU L, 20-37
O17 * Louisiana-Lafayette L, 22-30
O24 * at Middle Tennessee L, 24-62
O31 * at North Texas L, 49-68
N7 * Troy L, 20-40
N14 * at Louisiana-Monroe L, 18-21
N28 * at Florida Atlantic L, 23-29
D3 * Arkansas State L, 20-24
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2008 Sun Belt Conference Football Standings
Conference Overall
W-L Pct. H A Streak W-L Pct. PF PA H A Streak
#*$ Troy 6-1 .857 3-0 3-1 W2 8-5 .615 426 277 5-0 3-4 L1
$ Louisiana-Lafayette 5-2 .714 2-0 3-2 W1 6-6 .500 397 404 4-1 2-5 W1
$ Florida Atlantic 4-3 .571 3-1 1-2 W1 7-6 .538 326 373 4-1 2-5 W2
$ Arkansas State 4-3 .571 3-0 1-3 L1 6-6 .500 324 285 4-1 2-5 L1
Middle Tennessee 3-4 .429 2-1 1-3 L1 5-7 .417 296 340 3-1 2-6 L1
FIU 3-4 .429 2-1 1-3 L2 5-7 .417 274 299 3-2 2-5 W1
Louisiana-Monroe 3-4 .429 2-1 1-3 W1 4-8 .333 284 374 3-3 1-5 W1
North Texas 0-7 .000 0-4 0-3 L7 1-11 .083 240 571 0-6 1-5 L3
Coming in 2009: Western Kentucky University 2-10 .167 210 326 1-4 1-6 L8
* -- Sun Belt Conference regular season champion; # -- League representative in New Orleans Bowl; $ -- Bowl-eligible
ARKANSAS STATE (6-6/3-4)
A30 at Texas A&M W, 18-14
S6 Texas Southern W, 83-10
S20 Middle Tennessee* W, 31-14
S13 Southern Miss L, 24-27
S27 at Memphis L, 17-29
O11 Louisiana-Monroe* W, 37-29
O18 at Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 23-28
N1 at Alabama L, 0-35
N8 at FIU* L, 21-22
N22 Florida Atlantic* W, 28-14
N29 at North Texas* W, 33-28
D6 at Troy* L, 9-35
FLORIDA ATLANTIC (7-6/4-3)
A30 at Texas L, 10-52
S6 UAB W, 49-34
S13 at Michigan State L, 0-17
S20 at Minnesota L, 3-37
S30 at Middle Tennessee* L, 13-14
O7 Troy* L, 17-30
N8 North Texas* W, 46-13
O18 at WKU W, 24-20
O25 at Louisiana-Monroe* W, 29-28
N29 FIU* W, 57-50 (OT)
N22 at Arkansas State* L, 14-28
N15 Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 40-29
D26 $ vs Central Michigan W, 24-21
$ Motor City Bowl
FIU (5-7/3-4)
A30 at Kansas L, 10-40
S6 at Iowa Hawkeyes L, 0-42
S20 USF L, 9-17
S27 at Toledo W, 35-16
O4 at North Texas* W, 42-10
O11 Middle Tennessee* W, 31-21
O18 at Troy* L 23-33
N1 at Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 20-49
N8 Arkansas State* W, 22-21
N22 Louisiana-Monroe* L, 27-31
N29 at Florida Atlantic* L, 50-57 (OT)
D6 WKU W, 27-3
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (6-6/5-2)
A30 at Southern Miss L, 21-51
S13 at Illinois L, 17-20
S20 Kent State W, 44-27
S27 at Kansas State L, 37-45
O4 at Louisiana-Monroe* W, 44-35
O11 at North Texas* W, 59-30
O18 Arkansas State* W, 28-23
N1 FIU* W, 49-20
N8 UTEP L, 24-37
N15 at Florida Atlantic* L, 29-40
N22 at Troy* L, 3-48
D3 Middle Tennessee* W, 42-28
Louisiana-Monroe (4-8/3-4)
A30 at Auburn L, 0-34
S6 vs Arkansas L, 27-28
S12 Alabama A&M W, 37-15
S20 at Tulane L, 10-24
O4 Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 35-44
O11 at Arkansas State* L, 29-37
O18 North Texas* W, 35-23
O25 Florida Atlantic* L, 28-29
N1 Troy* W, 31-30
N8 at Middle Tennessee* L, 21-24
N15 at Ole Miss L, 0-59
N22 at FIU* W, 31-27
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (5-7/3-4)
A28 Troy* L, 17-31
S6 Maryland W, 24-14
S13 at Kentucky L, 14-20
S20 at Arkansas State* L, 14-31
S30 Florida Atlantic* W, 14-13
O11 at FIU* L, 21-31
O18 at Louisville L, 23-42
O25 at Mississippi State L, 22-31
N8 Louisiana-Monroe* W, 24-21
N15 at WKU W, 21-10
N22 North Texas* W, 52-13
D3 at Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 28-42
NORTH TEXAS (2-10/1-6)
A30 at Kansas State L, 6-45
S6 Tulsa L, 26-56
S13 at LSU L, 3-41
S27 at Rice L, 20-77
O4 FIU* L, 10-42
O11 Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 30-59
O18 at Louisiana-Monroe* L, 23-35
O25 TROY* L, 17-45
N1 at WKU W, 51-40
N8 at Florida Atlantic* L, 13-46
N22 at Middle Tennessee* L, 13-52
N29 Arkansas State* L, 28-33
TROY 85/61
A28 at Middle Tennessee* W, 31-17
S13 Alcorn State W, 65-0
S20 at Ohio State L, 10-28
S27 at Oklahoma State L, 24-55
O18 FIU* W, 33-23
O25 at North Texas* W, 45-17
N1 at Louisiana-Monroe* L, 30-31
O7 at Florida Atlantic* W, 30-17
N8 WKU W, 17-7
N5 at LSU L, 31-40
N22 Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 48-3
D6 Arkansas State* W, 35-9
D1 $ vs Southern Miss L, 27-30 (OT)
$ R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
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2007 Sun Belt Conference Football Standings
Conference Overall
W-L Pct. H A Streak W-L Pct. PF PA H A Streak
#*$ Florida Atlantic 6-1 .857 2-1 4-0 W3 8-5 .615 405 432 3-2 4-3 W3
*$ Troy 6-1 .857 3-1 3-0 L1 8-4 .667 408 295 4-1 4-3 L1
$ Louisiana-Monroe 4-3 .571 2-1 2-2 W1 6-6 .500 282 332 3-2 3-4 W3
Middle Tennessee 4-3 .571 2-1 2-2 L2 5-7 .417 308 339 2-3 3-4 L2
Arkansas State 3-4 .429 3-1 0-3 W1 5-7 .417 291 331 5-1 0-6 L1
Louisiana-Lafayette 3-4 .429 1-3 2-1 L1 3-9 .250 285 430 1-5 2-4 L1
North Texas 1-6 .143 1-2 0-4 L1 2-10 .167 298 541 2-3 0-7 L1
FIU 1-6 .143 1-3 0-3 W1 1-11 .083 181 469 1-4 0-7 W1
* -- Sun Belt Conference regular season co-champions; # -- League representative in New Orleans Bowl; $ -- Bowl-eligible
ARKANSAS STATE (5-7/3-4)
S1 at #4 Texas L, 13-21
S15 SMU W, 45-28
S22 at Tennessee L, 27-48
S27 Memphis W, 35-31
O6 at Louisiana-Monroe* L, 13-30
O13 Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 52-21
O20 at Middle Tennessee* L, 7-24
O27 Troy* L, 0-27
N3 FIU* W, 27-24
N10 at Florida Atlantic* L, 31-34
N15 North Texas* W, 31-27
N24 at Southern Mississippi L, 10-16
FLORIDA ATLANTIC (8-5/6-1)
S1 Middle Tennessee* W, 27-14
S8 at Oklahoma State L, 6-42
S15 vs. Minnesota W, 42-39
S22 at North Texas* W, 30-20
S29 at #14 Kentucky L, 17-45
O6 #6 South Florida L, 23-35
O20 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 39-32 (OT)
O27 Louisiana-Monroe* L, 30-33 (3 OT)
N10 Arkansas State* W, 34-31
N17 at #14 Florida L, 20-59
N24 at FIU* W, 55-23
D1 at Troy* W, 38-32
D22 $vs. Memphis W, 44-27
$ R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl
FIU (1-11/1-6)
S1 at #17 Penn State L, 0-59
S8 Maryland L, 10-26
S15 at Miami L, 9-23
S22 at Kansas L, 3-55
S29 at Middle Tennessee* L, 6-47
O6 Troy* L, 16-34
O20 at Louisiana-Monroe* L, 14-28
O27 at Arkansas L, 10-58
N3 at Arkansas State* L, 24-27
N17 Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 28-38
N24 Florida Atlantic* L, 23-55
D1 North Texas* W, 38-19
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (3-9/3-4)
S1 at South Carolina L, 14-28
S8 Ohio L, 23-31
S15 McNeese State L, 17-38
S22 Troy* L, 31-48
S29 at Central Florida L, 19-37
O6 North Texas* W, 38-29
O13 at Arkansas State* L, 21-52
O20 Florida Atlantic* L, 32-39 (ot)
N3 at #24 Tennessee L, 7-59
N10 at Middle Tennessee* W, 34-24
N17 at FIU* W, 38-28
N24 Louisiana-Monroe* L, 11-17
Louisiana-Monroe (6-6/4-3)
A30 Tulsa L, 17-35
S8 at #25 Clemson L, 26-49
S15 at Texas A&M L, 14-54
S29 at Troy* L, 7-24
O6 Arkansas State* W, 30-13
O13 at North Texas* L, 21-31
O20 FIU* W, 28-14
O27 at Florida Atlantic* W, 33-30 (3 OT)
N3 Middle Tennessee* L, 40-43
N10 Grambling State W, 28-14
N17 at Alabama W, 21-14
N24 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 17-11
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (5-7/4-3)
S1 at Florida Atlantic* L, 14-27
S6 at #8 Louisville L, 42-58
S15 at #2 LSU L, 0-44
S20 Western Kentucky L, 17-20
S29 * FIU* W, 47-6
O6 Virginia L, 21-23
O13 at Memphis W, 21-7
O20 Arkansas State* W, 24-7
O27 at North Texas* W, 48-28
N3 at Louisiana-Monroe* W, 43-40
N10 Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 24-34
N20 at Troy* L, 7-45
NORTH TEXAS (2-10/1-6)
S1 at #8 Oklahoma L, 10-79
S8 at SMU L, 31-45
S22 Florida Atlantic* L, 20-30
S29 at Arkansas L, 7-66
O6 at Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 29-38
O13 Louisiana-Monroe* W, 31-21
O20 at Troy* L, 7-45
O27 Middle Tennessee* L, 28-48
N10 Navy L, 62-74
N15 at Arkansas State* L, 27-31
N24 WKU W, 27-26
D1 at FIU* L, 19-38
TROY 84/61
S1 at #21 Arkansas L, 26-46
S8 at #4 Florida L, 31-59
S14 Oklahoma State W, 41-23
S22 * at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 48-31
S29 * Louisiana-Monroe W, 24-7
O6 * at FIU W, 34-16
O20 * North Texas W, 45-7
O27 * at Arkansas State W, 27-0
N3 at #10 Georgia L, 34-44
N10 at Western Kentucky W, 21-17
N20 * Middle Tennessee W, 45-7
D1 * Florida Atlantic L, 32-38
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2006 Sun Belt Conference Football Standings
Conference Overall
W-L Pct. H A Streak W-L Pct. PF PA H A Streak
#*$ Troy 6-1 .857 3-1 3-0 W2 8-5 .583 296 289 4-1 3-4 W3
*$ Middle Tennessee 6-1 .857 2-1 4-0 L1 7-6 .538 296 302 3-2 4-3 L3
$ Arkansas State 4-3 .571 2-1 2-2 L1 6-6 .500 182 289 3-2 3-4 L1
Florida Atlantic 4-3 .571 2-2 2-1 W1 5-7 .417 181 299 3-2 2-5 W2
$ Louisiana-Lafayette 3-4 .429 1-3 2-1 L1 6-6 .500 248 296 3-3 3-3 L1
Louisiana-Monroe 3-4 .429 1-2 2-2 W3 4-8 .333 262 267 2-3 2-5 W2
North Texas 2-5 .286 1-2 1-3 L2 3-9 .250 154 304 2-3 1-6 L2
FIU 0-7 .000 0-4 0-3 L7 0-12 .000 115 313 0-5 0-7 L12
* -- Sun Belt Conference regular season co-champions; # -- League representative in New Orleans Bowl; $ -- Bowl-eligible
Arkansas State vacated 12 games from the 2006 season due to NCAA sanctions - ASU’s revised record is 0-6 overall and 0-3 in Sun Belt play.
ARKANSAS STATE (6-6/4-3)
S2 Army W, 14-6
S9 Oklahoma State L, 7-35
S23 at Southern Methodist L, 9-55
S30 at FIU* W, 31-6
O7 Louisiana-Monroe* W, 10-6
O14 at Memphis W, 26-23
O21 North Texas* W, 29-10
O28 at Florida Atlantic* L, 0-29
N4 at #6 Auburn L, 0-27
N11 Middle Tennessee* L, 10-38
N18 at Troy* W, 33-26
N25 at Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 13-28
Arkansas State vacated 12 games from the 2006
season due to NCAA sanctions - ASU’s revised
record is 0-6 overall and 0-3 in Sun Belt play.
FLORIDA ATLANTIC (5-7/4-3)
S2 at #18 Clemson L, 6-54
S9 at Kansas State L, 0-45
S16 at Oklahoma State L, 8-48
S23 at South Carolina L, 6-45
S30 at Louisiana-Monroe* W, 21-19
O12 Southern Utah W, 32-7
O18 Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 0-6
O28 Arkansas State* W, 29-0
N4 at Middle Tennessee* L, 14-35
N11 Troy* L, 17-24
N18 at North Texas* W, 17-16
N25 FIU* W, 31-0
FIU (0-12/0-7)
A31 at Middle Tennessee* L, 6-7
S9 at South Florida L, 20-21
S16 Bowling Green L, 28-33
S23 at Maryland L, 10-14
S30 Arkansas State* L, 6-31
O7 at North Texas* L, 22-25 (7 OT)
O14 at Miami L, 0-35
O28 at Alabama L, 3-38
N11 Louisiana-Monroe* L, 0-35
N18 Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 7-17
N25 at Florida Atlantic* L, 0-31
D2 Troy* L, 13-26
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (6-6/3-4)
S2 at #8 Louisiana State L, 3-45
S9 at Texas A&M L, 7-51
S23 North Carolina A&T W, 48-7
S30 Eastern Michigan W, 33-14
O7 at Houston W, 31-28
O18 at Florida Atlantic* W, 6-0
O28 Middle Tennessee* L, 20-34
N4 at Troy* L, 28-42
N11 North Texas* L, 7-16
N18 at FIU* W, 17-7
N25 Arkansas State* W, 28-13
D2 Louisiana-Monroe* L, 20-39
LOUISIANAMONROE (4-8/3-4)
A31 Alcorn State W, 24-6
S9 at Kansas L, 19-21
S16 at Alabama L, 7-41
S30 Florida Atlantic* L, 19-21
O7 at Arkansas State* L, 6-10
O14 at Troy* L, 19-24
O 21 Middle Tennessee* L, 21-35
O28 vs. #13 Arkansas L, 10-44
N11 at FIU* W, 35-0
N18 at Kentucky L, 40-42
N25 North Texas* W, 23-3
D2 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 39-20
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (7-6/6-1)
A31 FIU* W, 7-6
S9 at Maryland L, 10-24
S14 Tennessee Tech W, 44-0
S23 at #17 Oklahoma L, 0-59
S30 at North Texas* W, 35-0
O6 #8 Louisville! L, 17-44
O21 at Louisiana-Monroe* W, 35-21
O28 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 34-20
N4 Florida Atlantic* W, 35-14
N11 at Arkansas State* W, 38-10
N18 at South Carolina L, 7-52
N25 Troy* L, 20-21
D26 $ Central Michigan L, 14-31
$ Motor City Bowl
NORTH TEXAS (3-9/2-5)
S2 at #3 Texas L, 7-56
S9 Southern Methodist W, 24-6
S16 at Tulsa L, 3-28
S23 at Akron L, 13-33
S30 Middle Tennessee* L, 0-35
O7 FIU* W, 25-22 (7 OT)
O21 at Arkansas State* L, 10-29
O28 at Troy* L, 6-14
N4 Louisiana Tech L, 31-34
N11 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 16-7
N18 Florida Atlantic* L, 16-17
N25 at Louisiana-Monroe* L, 3-23
TROY 85/61
S2 Alabama State W, 38-0
S9 at #9 Florida State L, 17-24
S16 at Georgia Tech L, 20-35
S23 at #23 Nebraska L, 0-56
S30 at UAB L, 3-21
O14 Louisiana-Monroe* W, 24-19
O28 North Texas* W, 14-6
N4 Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 42-28
N11 at Florida Atlantic* W, 24-17
N18 Arkansas State* L, 26-33
N25 at Middle Tennessee* W, 21-20
D2 at FIU* W, 26-13
D22 $Rice W, 41-17
$ New Orleans Bowl
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2005 Sun Belt Conference Football Standings
Conference Overall
W-L Pct. H A Streak W-L Pct. PF PA H A Streak
#^$ Arkansas State 5-2 .714 4-0 1-2 W2 6-6 .500 294 303 5-1 1-4 L1
*$ Louisiana-Lafayette 5-2 .714 2-1 3-1 W5 6-5 .545 286 304 3-2 3-3 W5
* Louisiana-Monroe 5-2 .714 2-2 3-0 L1 5-6 .455 239 339 2-3 3-3 L1
FIU 3-4 .429 2-1 1-3 W2 5-6 .455 257 323 4-1 1-5 W3
Middle Tennessee 3-4 .429 1-3 2-1 L1 4-7 .364 210 206 1-4 3-3 L1
Troy 3-4 .429 2-1 1-3 L2 4-7 .364 175 255 3-2 1-5 L2
Florida Atlantic 2-5 .286 1-2 1-3 L1 2-9 .182 148 339 1-3 1-6 L1
North Texas 2-5 .286 0-4 2-1 L4 2-9 .182 157 346 0-5 2-4 L6
* -- Sun Belt Conference regular season co-champions; # -- League representative in New Orleans Bowl; $ -- Bowl-eligible; ^ -- Championship vacated
Arkansas State vacated six games from the 2005 season and its New Orleans Bowl appearance due to NCAA sanctions - ASU’s revised record is 2-4 overall and 2-2 in Sun Belt play.
ARKANSAS STATE (6-6/5-2)
S3 Missouri L, 17-44
S10 Tennessee-Martin W, 56-7
S17 at Oklahoma State L, 10-20
S24 FIU* W, 66-24
O1 at Louisiana-Monroe* L, 27-31
O13 Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 39-36
O22 Florida Atlantic* W, 3-0 (ot)
N5 at Middle Tennessee* L, 7-45
N12 Troy* W, 9-3
N19 at Army L, 10-38
N26 at North Texas W, 31-24
D20 $ vs. Southern Mississippi L, 19-31
$ New Orleans Bowl
Arkansas State vacated six games from the 2005 season
and its New Orleans Bowl appearance due to NCAA
sanctions - ASU’s revised record is 2-4 overall and 2-2 in
Sun Belt play.
FLORIDA ATLANTIC (2-9/2-5)
S3 at Kansas L, 19-30
S8 Oklahoma State L, 3-23
S17 at Minnesota L, 7-46
S22 Louisiana-Monroe* L, 21-28
O1 at Louisville L, 10-61
O6 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 28-10
O15 Middle Tennessee* L, 14-35
O22 at Arkansas State* L, 0-3 (ot)
N5 at Troy* L, 14-28
N12 North Texas* W, 26-23
N26 at FIU* L, 6-52
FIU (5-6/3-4)
S3 at Kansas State L, 21-35
S10 at #21 Texas Tech L, 3-56
S24 at Arkansas State* L, 24-66
O1 Florida A&M W, 23-6
O15 North Texas* L, 10-13
O20 at Troy* L, 13-18
N5 at Louisiana-Monroe* W, 31-29
N12 at Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 7-28
N19 Western Kentucky W, 38-35
N26 Florida Atlantic* W, 52-6
D3 Middle Tennessee* W, 35-31
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (6-5/5-2)
S3 at #2 Texas L, 3-60
S10 at Eastern Michigan L, 10-31
S17 Northwestern State W, 49-28
O1 Central Florida L, 21-24
O6 Florida Atlantic* L, 10-28
O13 at Arkansas State* L, 36-39
O22 at Middle Tennessee* W, 13-10
O29 Troy* W, 31-28 (OT)
N5 at North Texas* W, 31-28
N12 FIU* W, 28-7
N26 at Louisiana-Monroe* W, 54-21
LOUISIANAMONROE 56/52
S1 Northwestern State L, 23-27
S10 at Wyoming L, 0-38
S17 at #7 Georgia L, 7-44
S22 at Florida Atlantic* W, 28-21
O1 Arkansas State* W, 31-27
O8 at Arkansas L, 15-44
O15 Troy* W, 27-3
N5 FIU* L, 29-31
N12 at Middle Tennessee* W, 34-31
N19 at North Texas* W, 24-19
N26 Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 21-54
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (4-7/3-4)
S 3 at Alabama L, 7-26
S10 North Texas* L, 7-14
S17 Akron L, 7-17
O1 at Vanderbilt W, 17-15
O15 at Florida Atlantic* W, 35-14
O22 Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 10-13
N5 Arkansas State* W, 45-7
N12 Louisiana-Monroe* L, 31-34
N19 at North Carolina State L, 3-24
N26 at Troy* W, 17-7
D3 at FIU* L, 31-35
NORTH TEXAS (2-9/2-5)
S10 at Middle Tennessee* W, 14-7
S17 Tulsa L, 2-54
S24 at Kansas State L, 7-54
O4 Troy* L, 10-13
O15 at FIU* W, 13-10
O22 at Louisiana Tech L, 14-40
O29 at #7 LSU L, 3-56
N5 Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 28-31
N12 at Florida Atlantic* L, 23-26
N19 Louisiana-Monroe* L, 19-24
N26 Arkansas State* L, 24-31
TROY 47/34
S 3 Cal Poly W, 27-10
S10 UAB L, 7-27
S17 at Missouri L, 21-52
S24 at South Carolina L, 20-45
O4 at North Texas* W, 13-10
O15 at Louisiana-Monroe* L, 3-27
O20 FIU* W, 18-13
O29 at Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 28-31 (OT)
N5 Florida Atlantic* W, 28-14
N12 at Arkansas State* L, 3-9
N26 Middle Tennessee* L, 7-17
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2004 Sun Belt Conference Football Standings
Conference Overall
W-L Pct. H A Streak W-L Pct. PF PA H A Streak
#*$ North Texas 7-0 1.000 4-0 3-0 W7 7-5 .583 309 358 4-1 3-3 L1
$+Troy 5-2 .714 4-0 1-2 W4 7-5 .583 286 200 5-0 2-4 L1
++New Mexico State 4-3 .571 3-0 1-3 L1 5-6 .455 273 355 4-1 1-5 L1
+Louisiana-Monroe 4-3 .571 2-1 2-2 W1 5-6 .455 211 303 3-1 2-4 W1
Middle Tennessee 4-4 .500 4-0 0-4 L1 5-6 .455 269 293 4-1 1-5 L1
Arkansas State 3-4 .429 2-1 1-3 L1 3-8 .273 215 365 2-2 1-6 L1
Louisiana-Lafayette 2-5 .286 2-2 0-3 L3 4-7 .364 242 272 3-2 1-5 L3
Utah State 2-5 .286 2-1 0-4 W1 3-8 .273 184 333 2-2 1-6 W1
Idaho 2-5 .286 2-1 0-4 L1 3-9 .250 245 473 1-1 1-7 L2
* -- Sun Belt Conference regular season co-champions; # -- League representative in New Orleans Bowl; $ -- Bowl-eligible
+ - Standings include designated conference games
ARKANSAS STATE (3-8/3-4)
S4 at Missouri L, 20-52
S11 at LSU L, 3-53
S18 Memphis L, 35-47
S25 *at Louisiana-Monroe W, 28-21
O2 at Mississippi L, 21-28
O9 *at Middle Tennessee L, 17-45
O16 *Troy W, 13-9
O23 *at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 24-27
N6 *at Idaho L, 31-45
N11 *Utah State W, 16-7
N18 *North Texas L, 7-31
IDAHO (3-9/2-5)
S 4 at Boise State L, 7-65
S11 *at Utah State L, 7-14
S18 Washington State L, 8-49
S25 at Oregon L, 10-48
O 2 at Eastern Michigan W, 45-41
O 9 *Louisiana-Monroe L, 14-16
O16 *Louisiana-Lafayette W, 38-25
O23 *at Middle Tennessee L, 14-34
O30 *at Troy L, 7-47
N 6 *Arkansas State W, 45-31
N13 *at North Texas L, 29-51
N20 at Hawaii L, 21-52
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (4-7/2-5)
S 4 Northwestern State W, 14-7
S11 at Louisiana Tech L, 20-24
S18 at Kansas State L, 20-40
S25 *Middle Tennessee W, 24-17
O 2 at FIU W, 43-34
O 9 *at New Mexico State L, 32-35
O16 *at Idaho L, 25-38
O23 *Arkansas State W, 27-24
N 5 *North Texas L, 17-27
N13 *Troy (ESPN Regional) L, 10-13
N20 *at Louisiana-Monroe L, 10-13
LOUISIANAMONROE (5-6/4-3)
S 4 at Auburn L, 0-31
S18 Arkansas L, 20-49
S25 *Arkansas State L, 21-28
O 2 at Wyoming L, 10-31
O 9 *at Idaho W, 16-14
O16 FIU W, 28-20
O23 **at Florida Atlantic W, 17-13
O30 *at North Texas L, 30-45
N6 *Utah State W, 32-25
N13 *at Middle Tennessee L, 24-37
N20 *Louisiana-Lafayette W, 13-10
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (5-6/4-4)
S11 at Akron W, 31-24
S18 Florida Atlantic L, 20-27
S25 *at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 17-24
O 2 *at North Texas L, 21-30
O 9 *Arkansas State W, 45-17
O16 at Florida L, 16-52
O23 *Idaho W, 34-14
O30 *Utah State W, 21-0
N 6 *at New Mexico State L, 10-44
N13 *Louisiana-Monroe W, 37-24
N20 *at Troy L, 17-37
NEW MEXICO STATE (5-6/4-3)
S 4 at Arkansas L, 13-63
S11 at California L, 14-41
S18 *Troy W, 22-18
S25 New Mexico L, 3-38
O 2 **at UTEP L, 0-45
O 9 *Louisiana-Lafayette W, 35-32
O23 *at North Texas L, 26-36
O30 FIU W, 56-31
N 6 *Middle Tennessee W, 44-10
N13 **at Florida Atlantic W, 35-7
N20 *at Utah State L, 25-34
NORTH TEXAS (7-5/7-0)
S4 at Texas L, 0-65
S11 Florida Atlantic L, 13-20
S18 at Colorado L, 21-52
S25 at Baylor L, 14-37
O 2 *Middle Tennessee W, 30-21
O 9 *at Utah State W, 31-23
O23 *New Mexico State W, 36-26
O30 *Louisiana-Monroe W, 45-30
N 5 *at Louisiana-Lafayette W, 27-17
N13 *Idaho W, 51-29
N18 *at Arkansas State W, 31-7
D14 $ vs. Southern Mississippi L, 10-31
$ Wyndham New Orleans Bowl
TROY 75/52
S4 at Marshall W, 17-15
S9 Missouri W, 24-14
S18 *at New Mexico State L, 18-22
S25 at South Carolina L, 7-17
O2 *Utah State W, 49-21
O16 *at Arkansas State L, 9-13
O23 at LSU L, 20-24
O30 *Idaho W, 47-7
N6 **Florida Atlantic W, 24-6
N13 *at Louisiana-Lafayette L, 10-13
N20 *Middle Tennessee W, 37-17
D30 $ vs. Northern Illinois L, 21-34
$ Silicon Valley Football Classic
UTAH STATE (3-8/2-5)
S4 at Alabama L, 17-48
S11 *Idaho W, 14-7
S18 Utah L, 6-48
S25 at UNLV W, 31-21
O 2 *at Troy L, 21-49
O 9 *North Texas L, 23-31
O16 at Clemson L, 6-35
O30 *at Middle Tennessee L, 0-21
N 6 *at Louisiana-Monroe L, 25-32
N11 *at Arkansas State L, 7-16
N20 *New Mexico State W, 34-25
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Conference Overall
W-L Pct. H A Streak W-L Pct. PF PA H A Streak
#*$ North Texas 7-0 1.000 3-0 4-0 W7 9-4 .692 358 285 5-0 4-3 L1
Louisiana-Lafayette 4-3 .571 3-2 1-1 W4 4-8 .333 266 415 3-3 1-5 W2
Middlae Tennessee 4-3 .571 2-2 2-1 W1 4-8 .333 332 375 2-4 2-4 W1
Arkansas State 3-4 .429 2-1 1-3 L2 5-7 .417 242 401 4-1 1-6 L2
Utah State 3-4 .429 3-1 0-3 L3 3-9 .250 264 315 3-2 0-7 L3
Idaho 3-4 .429 1-2 2-2 W2 3-9 .250 248 314 1-4 2-4 W2
New Mexico State 2-5 .286 1-3 1-2 L1 3-9 .250 262 341 2-3 1-6 L2
Louisiana-Monroe 1-6 .143 0-3 1-3 L4 1-11 .083 239 467 0-5 1-6 L5
* -- Sun Belt Conference regular season co-champions; # -- League representative in New Orleans Bowl; $ -- Bowl-eligible
ARKANSAS STATE (5-7/3-4)
A30 at Texas A&M L, 11-26
S6 Tennessee-Martin W, 63-6
S13 Southeast Missouri W, 21-3
S20 at Tulsa** L, 7-54
S27 at Memphis L, 16-38
O4 Louisiana-Monroe* W, 44-41
O11 at Mississippi L, 0-55
O25 at Utah State* L, 0-49
N1 at New Mexico State* W, 28-24
N8 Idaho* W, 24-23
N15 at North Texas* L, 14-58
N22 Middle Tennessee* L, 14-24
IDAHO (3-9/3-4)
A30 vs. Washington State L, 0-25
S6 Eastern Washington L, 5-8
S13 Boise State L, 10-24
S20 at Washington L, 14-45
S27 at Montana L, 28-41
O4 at New Mexico State* W, 35-31
O11 North Texas* L, 14-24
O18 Middle Tennessee* L, 21-28 (ot)
O25 at Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 20-31
N8 at Arkansas State* L, 23-24
N15 at Louisiana-Monroe* W, 58-20
N22 Utah State* W, 20-13
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (4-8/4-3)
A30 at South Carolina L, 7-14
S6 Louisiana Tech** L, 3-34
S13 Houston L, 14-21
S20 at Minnesota L, 14-48
S27 at North Texas* L, 23-44
O4 at Oklahoma State L, 3-56
O11 Louisiana-Monroe* L, 42-45
O16 New Mexico State* W, 26-24
O25 Idaho* W, 31-20
N1 at Southern Mississippi L, 3-48
N8 FIU** W, 43-10
N15 at Middle Tennessee* W, 57-51 (ot)
LOUISIANAMONROE (1-11/1-6)
A30 at Louisiana State L, 7-49
S6 Stephen F. Austin L, 21-23
S13 at Mississippi L, 14-59
S20 Northwestern State L, 10-14
S27 at Utah State* L, 10-28
O4 at Arkansas State* L, 41-44
O11 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 45-42
O25 New Mexico State* L, 14-21
N1 at Auburn L, 7-73
N8 North Texas* L, 26-28
N15 Idaho* L, 20-58
N22 at Troy** L, 24-28
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (4-8/4-3)
A28 Florida Atlantic L, 19-20
S6 at Georiga L, 10-29
S13 at Clemson L, 14-37
S20 at Missouri L, 40-41 (ot)
O4 Temple L, 36-44
O11 New Mexico State* W, 35-18
O18 at Idaho* W, 28-21 (ot)
O25 North Texas* L, 28-33
N1 at Utah State* L, 20-41
N8 Troy** W, 27-20
N15 Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 51-57 (ot)
N22 at Arkansas State* W, 24-14
NEW MEXICO STATE (3-9/2-5)
A31 at Texas L, 7-66
S6 Western New Mexico W, 48-3
S13 at Oregon State L, 16-28
S27 at New Mexico L, 17-24
O4 Idaho* L, 31-35
O11 at Middle Tennessee* L, 18-35
O16 at Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 24-26
O25 at Louisiana-Monroe* W, 21-14
N1 Arkansas State* L, 24-28
N6 Utah State* W, 26-21
N15 at Arkansas L, 20-48
N25 North Texas* L, 10-13
NORTH TEXAS (9-4/7-0)
A30 at Oklahoma L, 3-37
S6 Baylor W, 52-14
S13 at Air Force L, 21-34
S20 at Arkansas L, 7-31
S27 Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 44-23
O11 at Idaho* W, 24-14
O18 Utah State* W, 37-27
O25 at Middle Tennessee* W, 33-28
O30 Troy W, 21-0
N8 at Louisiana-Monroe* W, 28-26
N15 Arkansas State* W, 58-14
N25 at New Mexico State* W, 13-10
D16 $ vs. Memphis L, 17-27
$ New Orleans Bowl
UTAH STATE (3-9/ 3-4)
A28 at Utah L, 20-40
S6 at Nebraska L, 7-31
S13 at Arizona State L, 16-26
S27 Louisiana-Monroe* W, 28-10
O4 at New Mexico L, 7-34
O11 Wyoming L, 21-48
O18 at North Texas* L, 27-37
O25 Arkansas State* W, 49-0
N1 Middle Tennessee* W, 41-20
N8 at New Mexico State* L, 21-26
N15 Troy** L, 14-23
N22 at Idaho* L, 13-20
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2002 Sun Belt Conference Football Standings
Conference Overall
W-L Pct. H A Streak W-L Pct. PF PA H A Streak
#*$ North Texas 6-0 1.000 3-0 3-0 W6 8-5 .615 249 192 4-1 4-4 W7
$ New Mexico State 5-1 .833 3-0 2-1 W1 7-5 .583 327 328 5-0 2-5 W1
Arkansas State 3-3 .500 1-2 2-1 W1 6-7 .462 259 361 4-3 2-4 W1
Middle Tennessee 2-4 .333 2-1 0-3 L1 4-8 .333 297 332 3-2 1-6 W1
Louisiana-Monroe 2-4 .333 3-3 0-6 W1 3-9 .250 236 451 2-1 0-3 W1
Louisiana-Lafayette 2-4 .333 2-1 0-3 L1 3-9 .250 203 352 3-2 0-7 L2
Idaho 1-5 .167 1-2 0-3 W4 2-10 .167 285 428 2-3 0-7 W4
* -- Sun Belt Conference regular season co-champions; # -- League representative in New Orleans Bowl; $ -- Bowl-eligible
ARKANSAS STATE (6-7/3-3)
A25 at Virginia Tech L, 7-63
A31 vs. San Jose State L, 14-33
S7 Tulsa W, 21-19
S14 at Illinois L, 7-59
S21 at Louisiana-Monroe* W, 33-21
S28 Tennessee-Martin W, 30-10
O5 Middle Tennessee* W, 13-7
O12 at Mississippi L, 17-52
O19 North Texas* L, 10-13
O26 New Mexico State* L, 21-26
N2 Southern Utah W, 38-16
N9 at Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 10-13
N16 at Idaho* W, 38-29
IDAHO (2-10/1-5)
A31 at Boise State L, 21-28
S7 at Washington State L, 14-49
S14 at Oregon L, 21-58
S21 San Diego State W, 48-38
S28 at Washington L, 27-41
O5 Montana L, 31-38
O12 at Louisiana-Monroe* L, 14-34
O26 Middle Tennessee* W, 21-18
N2 at Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 28-31
N9 at North Texas* L, 0-10
N16 Arkansas State* L, 29-38
N23 New Mexico State* L, 31-35
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (3-9/2-4)
A31 at Texas A&M L, 7-31
S7 Minnesota L, 11-35
S14 at Houston L, 17-36
S21 UAB W, 34-0
O5 at Louisiana State L, 0-48
O12 at New Mexico State* L, 28-31
O19 at Middle Tennessee* L, 35-48
O26 North Texas* L, 0-27
N2 Idaho* W, 31-28
N9 Arkansas State* W, 13-10
N16 at Arkansas L, 17-24
N23 at Louisiana-Monroe* L, 10-34
LOUISIANAMONROE (3-9/2-4)
A31 at Mississippi L, 3-31
S7 at Kansas State L, 0-68
S14 McNeese State L, 19-24
S21 Arkansas State* L, 21-33
O5 Tulane L, 9-52
O12 Idaho* W, 34-14
O19 at New Mexico State* L, 21-34
O26 Utah State W, 51-48 (2ot)
N2 at North Texas* L, 2-41
N9 at Auburn L, 14-52
N16 at Middle Tennessee* L, 28-44
N23 Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 34-10
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (4-8/2-4)
A31 at Alabama L, 34-39
S7 at Tennessee L, 3-26
S21 at Kentucky L, 22-44
S28 Southeast Missouri L, 14-24
O5 at Arkansas State* L, 7-13
O12 at Vanderbilt W, 21-20
O19 Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 48-35
O26 at Idaho* L, 18-21
N2 at New Mexico State* L, 21-24
N16 Louisiana-Monroe* W, 44-28
N23 North Texas* L, 20-30
N30 Utah State W, 45-28
NEW MEXICO STATE (7-5/5-1)
A31 at South Carolina L, 24-34
S7 at California L, 13-34
S21 New Mexico W, 24-13
S28 at Georgia L, 10-41
O5 UTEP W, 49-14
O12 Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 31-28
O19 Louisiana-Monroe* W, 34-21
O26 at Arkansas State* W, 26-21
N2 Middle Tennessee* W, 24-21
N9 at Utah State L, 30-32
N16 at North Texas* L, 27-38
N23 at Idaho* W, 35-31
NORTH TEXAS (8-5/6-0)
A31 at Texas L, 0-27
S7 Nicholls State W, 23-0
S14 at Alabama L, 7-33
S21 at Texas Christian L, 10-16
S28 at Arizona L, 17-24
O5 South Florida L, 17-24
O19 at Arkansas State* W, 13-10
O26 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 27-0
N2 Louisiana-Monroe* W, 41-2
N9 Idaho* W, 10-0
N16 New Mexico State* W, 38-27
N23 at Middle Tennessee* W, 30-20
D17 $ vs. Cincinnati W, 24-19
$ New Orleans Bowl
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2001 Sun Belt Conference Football Standings
Conference Overall
W-L Pct. H A Streak W-L Pct. PF PA H A Streak
#*$North Texas 5-1 .833 3-0 2-1 W5 5-7 .455 275 293 3-2 2-4 L1
*$ Middle Tennessee 5-1 .833 3-0 2-1 W2 8-3 .727 408 286 5-0 3-3 W1
New Mexico State 4-2 .667 2-1 2-1 W2 5-7 .417 286 400 3-5 2-2 L1
Louisiana-Lafayette 2-4 .333 1-2 1-2 L2 3-8 .273 234 365 2-3 1-5 L3
Louisiana-Monroe 2-4 .333 1-2 1-2 W2 2-9 .182 148 351 1-4 1-5 L1
Arkansas State 2-4 .333 2-1 0-3 L3 2-9 .182 177 357 2-4 0-5 L4
Idaho 1-5 .167 1-2 0-3 L1 1-10 .091 313 495 1-4 0-6 L2
* -- Sun Belt Conference regular season co-champions; # -- League representative in New Orleans Bowl; $ -- Bowl-eligible
ARKANSAS STATE (2-9/2-4)
S1 at Georgia L, 17-45
S8 at Baylor L, 3-24
S22 Jacksonville State L, 28-31
O6 Mississippi L, 17-35
O13 Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 26-20
O20 at North Texas* L, 0-45
O27 Idaho* W, 34-31
N3 at Middle Tennessee* L, 6-54
N10 at New Mexico State* L, 17-28
N17 Louisiana-Monroe* L, 7-16
N22 Nicholls State L, 22-28
IDAHO (1-10/1-5)
A30 Washington State L, 7-36
S8 at Arizona L, 29-36
S22 at Washington L, 3-53
S29 Boise State L, 13-45
O6 at Middle Tennessee* L, 58-70
O13 at New Mexico State* L, 39-46
O20 Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 37-54
O27 at Arkansas State* L, 31-34
N3 Louisiana-Monroe* W, 42-38
N17 North Texas* L, 27-50
N24 at Montana L, 27-33 (2ot)
LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE (3-8/2-4)
S1 Nicholls State W, 20-0
S8 at Minnesota L, 14-44
S22 Southern Mississippi L, 10-35
S29 Middle Tennessee* L, 9-26
O6 at Arizona State L, 27-63
O13 at Arkansas State* L, 20-26
O20 at Idaho* W, 54-37
O27 Louisiana-Monroe* W, 17-12
N10 at North Texas* L, 17-42
N17 New Mexico State* L, 46-49
N24 at Central Florida L, 0-31
LOUISIANAMONROE (2-9/2-4)
S1 Sam Houston State L, 9-20
S8 at Florida L, 6-55
S22 Middle Tennessee* L, 20-38
S29 New Mexico State* L, 0-31
O6 North Texas* W, 19-17
O20 at Central Florida L, 6-38
O27 at Louisiana-Lafayette* L, 12-17
N3 at Idaho* W, 34-31
N10 Troy L, 12-44
N17 at Arkansas State* W, 16-7
D1 at Cincinnati L, 10-42
MIDDLE TENNESSEE (8-3/5-1)
A30 at Vanderbilt W, 37-28
S8 Troy W, 54-17
S22 at Louisiana-Monroe* W, 38-20
S29 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 26-9
O6 Idaho* W, 70-58
O13 at North Texas* L, 21-24
O20 at Mississippi L, 17-45
O27 New Mexico State* W, 39-35
N3 Arkansas State* W, 54-6
N10 at Louisiana State L, 14-30
N17 Connecticut W, 38-14
NEW MEXICO STATE (5-7/4-2)
A23 at Louisville L, 24-45
S1 at Texas L, 7-41
S8 Oregon State L, 22-27
S22 at Kansas State L, 0-64
S29 at Louisiana-Monroe* W, 31-0
O6 at Tulsa W, 24-7
O13 Idaho* W, 46-39
O27 at Middle Tennessee* L, 35-39
N3 North Texas* L, 20-22
N10 Arkansas State* W, 28-17
N17 at Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 49-46
N24 at New Mexico L, 0-54

NORTH TEXAS (5-7/5-1)
S1 TCU L, 5-19
S8 at Oklahoma L, 10-37
S22 Texas Tech L, 14-42
S29 at South Florida L, 10-28
O6 at Louisiana-Monroe* L, 17-19
O13 Middle Tennessee* W, 24-21
O20 Arkansas State* W, 45-0
N3 at New Mexico State* W, 22-20
N10 Louisiana-Lafayette* W, 42-17
N17 at Idaho* W, 50-27
D1 at Troy L, 16-18
D18 $ vs. Colorado State L, 20-45
$ New Orleans Bowl
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NFL Draft and Free Agent History
2013
Johnathan Cyprien, S, FIU – 2nd, #33, Jacksonville Jaguars;
Quanterus Smith, DE, WKU – 5th, #146, Denver Broncos; Tourek
Williams, DE, FIU – 6th, #179, San Diego Chargers; Don Jones, S,
Arkansas State – 7th, #250, Miami Dolphins.
Free agents: Jose Cheeseborough, CB, FIU (Baltimore Ravens);
Junior Mertile, CB, FIU (New York Giants); Caylin Hauptmann,
OT, FIU (Cleveland Browns); Brett Baer, K, Louisiana-Lafayette
(St. Louis Rams); Cordian Hagans, DE, Louisiana-Lafayette
(Pittsburgh Steelers); Javone Lawson, WR, Louisiana-Lafayette
(Arizona Cardinals); Emeka Onyenekwu, DE, Louisiana-Lafayette
(Miami Dolphins); Melvina White ; DB, Louisiana-Lafayette
(Carolina Panthers); Keavon Milton, TE, Louisina-Monroe (New
Orleans Saints); Benny Cunningham, RB, Middle Tennessee (St.
Louis Rams); Jajuan Harley, S, Middle Tennessee (Seattle Se-
ahawks); Micah James, C, Middle Tennessee (Atlanta Falcons);
Kyle Wilborn, OL, Troy (Washington Redskins); Chip Reeves, WR,
Troy (Washington Redskins); Brynden Trawick, S, Troy (Baltimore
Ravens); Kanorris Davis, LB, Troy (New England Patriots); BJ Scott,
DB, South Alabama (Chicago Bears); Adam Smith, OL, WKU
(Tampa Bay Buccaneers).
2012
Demario Davis, LB, Arkansas State - 3rd, #77, New York Jets;
Dwight Bentley, DB, Louisiana-Lafayette - 3rd, #85, Detroit Lions;
T.Y. Hilton, WR, FIU - 3rd, #92, Indianapolis Colts; Ladarius Green,
TE, Louisiana-Lafayette - 4th, #110, San Diego Chargers; Jonathan
Massaquoi, DE, Troy - 5th, #164, Atlanta Falcons; Alfred Morris, RB,
Florida Atlantic - 6th, #173, Washington Redskins.
Free agents: Kelcie McCray, S, Arkansas State (Miami Dolphins);
Brandon Joiner, DE, Arkanas State (Cincinnati Bengals); Kevin
Cyrille, DE, Florida Atlantic (Minnesota Vikings); Luther Ambrose,
WR, Louisiana-Monroe (Tampa Bay Buccaneers); Malcolm Beyah,
WR, Middle Tennessee (New Orleans Saints); Colin Boss, OL, Mid-
dle Tennessee (Washington Redskins); Lance Dunbar, RB, North
Texas (Dallas Cowboys); James Brown, OL, Troy (Chicago Bears);
Stanley Arukwe, WR, Troy (Arizona Cardinals); Bobby Rainey, RB,
WKU (Baltimore Ravens), Darrius Brooks, DB, WKU (Cincinnati
Bengals).
2011
Rob Housler, TE, Florida Atlantic – 3rd, #69, Arizona Cardinals; Jer-
rel Jernigan, WR, Troy – 3rd, #83, New York Giants; Rod Issac, DB,
Middle Tennessee – 5th, #147, Jacksonville Jaguars; Derek New-
ton, OL, Arkansas State – 7th, #214, Houston Texans; Anthony
Gaitor, DB, FIU – 7th, #222, Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Free agents: Michael Lockley, LB, Florida Atlantic (Jackson-
ville Jaguars); Maurice Rolle, DB, Louisiana-Lafayette (Houston
Texans); Phillip Tanner, RB, Middle Tennessee (Dallas Cowboys);
Jamari Lattimore, LB, Middle Tennessee (Green Bay Packers);
DuJuan Harris, RB, Troy; Jacksonville Jaguars; Mario Addison, LB,
Troy (Chicago Bears).
2010
Alex Carrington, DE, Arkansas State - 3rd, #72, Bufalo Bills; Cam-
eron Shef eld, DE, Troy - 5th, #142, Kansas City Chiefs; Hall Davis,
DE, Louisiana-Lafayette - 5th, #149, St. Louis Rams; Rusty Smith,
QB, Florida Atlantic - 6th, #176, Tennessee Titans; Jorrick Calvin,
DB, Troy - 6th, #201, Arizona Cardinals; Levi Brown, QB, Troy - 7th,
#209, Bufalo Bills; Chris McCoy, DL, Middle Tennessee - 7th, #212,
Miami Dolphins
Free agents: Marcus Brown, DB, Arkansas State (Seattle Se-
ahawks); Daylan Walker, DB, Arkansas State (Atlanta Falcons);
Chris Bonner, WR, Florida Atlantic (Tampa Bay Buccaneers); Jason
Harmon, TE, Florida Atlantic (Jacksonville Jaguars); William Rose,
RB, Florida Atlantic (Tennessee Titans); Cardia Jackson, LB, Louisi-
ana-Monroe (St. Louis Rams); Aaron Morgan, DL, Louisiana-Mon-
roe (Jacksonville Jaguars); Danny Carmichael, LB, Middle Tennes-
see (Seattle Seahawks); Patrick Honeycutt, WR, Middle Tennessee
(Denver Broncos); Brandon Perry, DL, Middle Tennessee (St. Louis
Rams); Marcus Udell, DB, Middle Tennessee (Seattle Seahawks);
Kevin Dixon, DL, Troy (Seattle Seahawks); Brandon Lang, DL, Troy
(San Diego Chargers); Bear Woods, LB, Troy (Atlanta Falcons)
2009
Sherrod Martin, DB, Troy - 2nd, #59, Carolina Panthers; David
Johnson, TE, Arkansas State - 7th, #241, Pittsburgh Steelers.
Free agents: Frantz Joseph, LB, Florida Atlantic (Oakland Raid-
ers); Marshall McDuf e, DB, FIU (Tampa Bay Bucaneers); Michael
Desormeaux, QB, Louisiana-Lafayette (Jacksonville Jaguars); Ja-
son Chery, WR/KR, Louisiana-Lafayette (Carolina Panthers); Trevor
Jenkins, DT, Middle Tennessee (Philadelphia Eagles)
2008
Leodis McKelvin, DB/KR, Troy - 1st, #11, Bufalo Bills; Tyrell
Johnson, DB, Arkansas State - 2nd, #43, Minnesota Vikings; Erik
Walden, DE, Middle Tennessee - 6th, #167, Chicago Bears (Dallas
Cowboys)
Free agents: Darren Toney, DB, Arkansas State (Carolina Pan-
thers); Khayyam Burns, DB, Arkansas State (Kansas City Chiefs);
Mark Myers, K, Florida Atlantic (New York Jets); Taheem Ace-
vedo, DB, Florida Atlantic (Kansas City Chiefs); Kyries Hebert,
DB, Louisiana-Lafayette (Cincinnati Bengals); Joe Bradley, DE,
Louisiana-Lafayette (Indianapolis Colts); Rodney Hardeway, DE,
Louisiana-Lafayette (St. Louis Rams); Kyle Ward, DB, Louisiana-
Lafayette (Green Bay Packers); Brandon Jackson, WR, North Texas
(San Diego Chargers); Marcus Richardson, DE, Troy (Houston
Texans); Chris Bradwell, DL, Troy (Tampa Bay Buccaneers); Elbert
Mack, DB, Troy (Tampa Bay Buccaneers); Marcus Pittman, DL, Troy
(New Orleans Saints)
Sun Belt in the NFL
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Sun Belt in the NFL
2007
Brannon Condren, DB, Troy - 4th, #131, Indianapolis Colts; Ant-
wan Barnes, LB, FIU - 4th, #134, Baltimore Ravens; Kevin Payne,
DB, Louisiana-Monroe - 5th, #167, Chicago Bears; Oren O’Neal,
FB, Arkansas State - 6th, #175 (Oakland Raiders); Chandler Wil-
liams, WR, FIU - 7th, #233 (Minnesota Vikings)
Free agents: Nello Faulk , OT, Florida Atlantic (Jacksonville
Jaguars); Chris Smith, LB, FIU (Philadelphia Eagles); Michael
Adams, DB, Louisiana-Lafayette (Arizona Cardinals); Jerry Babb,
QB, Louisiana-Lafayette (Green Bay Packers); Chaz Williams, DB,
Louisiana-Monroe (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
2006
None selected
Free agents: Shemar Bracy, RB, Arkansas State (Green Bay
Packers); Nick Noce, QB, Arkansas State (Dallas Cowboys);
Antonio Warren, RB, Arkansas State (Cleveland Browns); Willie
Hughley, DB, Florida Atlantic (Cleveland Browns); Nick Turnbull,
DB, FIU (Atlanta Falcons); Bill Sampy, WR, Louisiana-Lafayette
(Philadelphia Eagles); Brandon Guillory, DE, Louisiana-Monroe
(Kansas City Chiefs); Joel Stelly, P, Louisiana-Monroe (Chicago
Bears); Willie Hall, OL, Middle Tennessee (Jacksonville Jaguars);
Jef Littlejohn, DT, Middle Tennessee (Tennessee Titans); Bobby
Payne, OL, Middle Tennessee (San Francisco 49ers); Keon
Raymond, DB, Middle Tennessee (Tennessee Titans); Thomas
Olmsted, P, Troy (Miami Dolphins)
2005
Demarcus Ware, DE, Troy - 1st, #11, Dallas Cowboys; Chris Har-
ris, FS, Louisiana-Monroe - 6th, #181, Chicago Bears; Ceandris
Brown, SS, Louisiana-Lafayette - 6th, #188, Houston Texans
Free agents: Steven Gibbs, OL, ASU (Seattle Seahawks); Jared
Allen, QB, FAU (Tampa Bay Buccaneers); Roosevelt Bynes,
WR, FAU (Miami Dolphins); Kevin Fischer, OL, FAU (Tampa Bay
Buccaneers); Chris Laskowksi, LB, FAU (Indianapolis Colts);
Doug Parker, RB, FAU (Miami Dolphins); Chris Shepherd, OL,
FAU (Tampa Bay Buccaneers); Larry Taylor, WR, FAU (Atlanta
Falcons); Kevin Timothee, DB, FIU (Tennessee Titans); Thomas
Johnson, DT, MT (Dallas Cowboys); Kerry Wright, WR, MT (In-
dianapolis Colts); DeWhitt Betterson, RB, Troy (Chicago Bears);
Alfred Malone, DT, Troy (Houston Texans); Joe Munson, TE,
Troy (Miami Dolphins); Jason Samples, WR, Troy (Washington
Redskins); Cedric Sullivan, DE, Troy (Cincinnati Bengals); Henry
Tellis, OL, Troy (New York Jets); Eric Thomas, DT, Troy (India-
napolis Colts)
2004
Chris Cooley, TE, Utah State - 3rd, #81, Washington Redskins; Jake
Scott, OT, Idaho - 5th, #141, Indianapolis Colts; Corey Williams, DT,
Arkansas State - 6th, #179, Green Bay Packers; Cody Spencer, LB,
North Texas - 6th, #182, Oakland Raiders
Free agents: Jonathan Bradley, DT, ASU (Philadelphia Eagles);
Brian Howard, DT, UI (St. Louis Rams); Fred Stamps, WR, UL Lafay-
ette (San Francisco 49ers); Wendall Williams, S, UL Lafayette (Cin-
cinnati Bengals); Maurice Sonnier, OLB, ULM (Tennessee Titans);
Demetrios Walker, DL, MT (Kansas City Chiefs); Brandon Lynch,
S, MT (Tennessee Titans); Brandon Westbrook, OL, MT (New York
Jets); Brandon Kennedy, DT, NT (Denver Broncos); Trevor Hutton,
OG, USU (Indianapolis Colts)
2003
Charles Tillman, CB, Louisiana-Lafayette - 2nd, #35, Chicago
Bears; Tyrone Calico, WR, Middle Tennessee - 2nd, #60, Tennessee
Titans; Ivan Taylor, CB, Louisiana-Lafayette - 4th, #125, Pittsburgh
Steelers; Siddeeq Shabazz, SS, New Mexico State - 7th, #246,
Oakland Raiders
Free agents: Garry Johnson, ASU (Cincinnati); Jordan Kramer,
UI (San Diego); Talifaia Atoe, UI (Arizona); William Delahoussaye,
UL Lafayette (New Orleans); Walter Sampson, UL Lafayette (New
England); ReShard Lee, MT (Dallas); Dwone Hicks, MT (Tennes-
see); Don McGee, NT (Dallas)
2002
Kendall Newson, WR, Middle Tennessee - 7th, #222, Jacksonville
Jaguars; Brad Franklin, CB, Louisiana-Lafayette - 7th, #258, Caro-
lina Panthers
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All-Time Sun Belt Standings (Sorted by Total Wins)
School Wins Losses Percentage Years in Sun Belt
Middle Tennessee% 50 37 .575 12
Troy 45 22 .671 9
Louisiana-Lafayette 45 42 .517 12
Arkansas State 42 37 .532 12
Louisiana-Monroe 42 44 .488 12
North Texas% 41 45 .477 12
Florida Atlantic% 26 34 .433 8
FIU% 20 37 .351 8
New Mexico State* 15 11 .577 5
Western Kentucky 13 19 .406 4
Idaho* 7 19 .269 5
Utah State% 5 9 .357 3
* Former Member re-joining in 2014
% Former Member
All-Time Sun Belt Standings (Sorted by Winning Percentage)
School Wins Losses Percentage Years in Sun Belt
Troy 45 22 .671 9
New Mexico State* 15 11 .577 5
Middle Tennessee% 50 37 .575 12
Arkansas State 42 37 .532 12
Louisiana-Lafayette 45 42 .517 12
Louisiana-Monroe 42 44 .488 12
North Texas% 41 45 .477 12
Florida Atlantic% 26 34 .433 8
Western Kentucky 13 19 .406 4
Utah State% 5 9 .357 3
FIU% 20 37 .351 8
Idaho* 7 19 .269 5
* Former Member re-joining in 2014
% Former Member
Active Head Coach Career Wins (Sorted by Total Wins)
Coach, School Record Percentage Years as Head Coach
Dennis Franchione, TXST 197-115-2 .631 27
Larry Blakeney, Troy 169-98-1 .633 22
Mark Hudspeth, ULL 84-29 .743 9
Bobby Petrino, WKU* 75-26 .743 8
Todd Berry, ULM 46-80 .365 11
Joey Jones, USA 28-22 .560 5
Trent Miles, GSU 20-36 .357 5
Brian Harsin, ASU 0-0 .000 0
*Does not include NFL record in 2007
Active Head Coach Career Wins (Sorted by Winning Percentage)
Coach, School Record Percentage Years as Head Coach
Mark Hudspeth, ULL 84-29 .743 9
Bobby Petrino, WKU* 75-26 .743 8
Larry Blakeney, Troy 169-98-1 .633 22
Dennis Franchione, TXST 197-115-2 .631 27
Joey Jones, USA 28-22 .560 5
Todd Berry, ULM 46-80 .365 11
Trent Miles, GSU 20-36 .357 5
Brian Harsin, ASU 0-0 .000 0
*Does not include NFL record in 2007
Head Coach Career Sun Belt Wins (Sorted by Total Wins)
Coach, School Record Percentage Years in Sun Belt
Larry Blakeney, Troy 45-22 .672 9 (2004-12)
Rick Stockstill, MT 32-21 .604 7 (2006-12)
Rickey Bustle, ULL 31-33 .484 8 (2002-09)
Darrell Dickey, NT 29-11 .725 6 (2001-06)
Charlie Weatherbie, ULM 25-24 .510 7 (2003-09)
Steve Roberts, ASU 25-31 .446 8 (2002-10)
Howard Schnellenberger, FAU 24-26 .480 7 (2005-11)
Mario Cristobal, FIU 20-26 .435 6 (2007-12)
Andy McCollum, MT 18-16 .529 5 (2001-05)
Tony Samuel, NSMU 15-11 .577 4 (2001-04)
Todd Berry, ULM 13-11 .542 3 (2010-12)
Willie Taggert, WKU 13-11 .542 3 (2010-12)
Mark Hudspeth, ULL 12-4 .750 2 (2011-12)
Hugh Freeze, ASU 8-0 1.00 1 (2011)
Gus Malzahn, ASU 7-1 .875 1 (2012)
Mick Dennehy, USU 5-9 .357 2 (2003-04)
Tom Cable, Idaho 5-14 .263 3 (2001-03)
Don Strock, FIU 3-11 .214 2 (2005-06)
Todd Dodge, NT 3-23 .115 4 (2007-10)^
Mike Canales, NT 2-2 .500 1 (2010)^
Mike Collins, ULM 2-3 .400 1 (2002)*
Joe Hollis, ASU 2-4 .333 1 (2001)
Jerry Baldwin, ULL 2-4 .333 1 (2001)
Nick Holt, Idaho 2-5 .285 1 (2004)
Bobby Keasler, ULM 2-5 .285 2 (2001-02)*
Joey Jones, USA 1-7 .125 1 (2012)
David Elson, WKU 0-8 .000 1 (2009)
Active Head Coaches in Bold
* Bobby Keasler resigned after one conference game in 2002, Mike Collins was named
interim coach for the remainder of the 2002 season.
^ Todd Dodge resigned after four conference games in 2010, Mike Canales was named
interim coach for the remainder of the 2010 season.
Head Coach Career Sun Belt Wins (Sorted by Winning Percentage)
Coach, School Record Percentage Years in Sun Belt
Hugh Freeze, ASU 8-0 1.00 1 (2011)
Gus Malzahn, ASU 7-1 .875 1 (2012)
Mark Hudspeth, ULL 12-4 .750 2 (2011-12)
Darrell Dickey, NT 29-11 .725 6 (2001-06)
Larry Blakeney, Troy 45-22 .672 9 (2004-12)
Rick Stockstill, MT 32-21 .604 7 (2006-12)
Tony Samuel, NSMU 15-11 .577 4 (2001-04)
Todd Berry, ULM 13-11 .542 3 (2010-12)
Willie Taggert, WKU 13-11 .542 3 (2010-12)
Andy McCollum, MT 18-16 .529 5 (2001-05)
Charlie Weatherbie, ULM 25-24 .510 7 (2003-09)
Mike Canales, NT 2-2 .500 1 (2010)^
Rickey Bustle, ULL 31-33 .484 8 (2002-09)
Howard Schnellenberger, FAU 24-26 .480 7 (2005-11)
Steve Roberts, ASU 25-31 .446 8 (2002-10)
Mario Cristobal, FIU 20-26 .435 6 (2007-12)
Mike Collins, ULM 2-3 .400 1 (2002)*
Mick Dennehy, USU 5-9 .357 2 (2003-04)
Joe Hollis, ASU 2-4 .333 1 (2001)
Jerry Baldwin, ULL 2-4 .333 1 (2001)
Nick Holt, Idaho 2-5 .285 1 (2004)
Bobby Keasler, ULM 2-5 .285 2 (2001-02)*
Tom Cable, Idaho 5-14 .263 3 (2001-03)
Don Strock, FIU 3-11 .214 2 (2005-06)
Joey Jones, USA 1-7 .125 1 (2012)
Todd Dodge, NT 3-23 .115 4 (2007-10)^
David Elson, WKU 0-8 .000 1 (2009)
Active Head Coaches in Bold
* Bobby Keasler resigned after one conference game in 2002, Mike Collins was named
interim coach for the remainder of the 2002 season.
^ Todd Dodge resigned after four conference games in 2010, Mike Canales was named
interim coach for the remainder of the 2010 season.
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Sun Belt Media Contacts
Arkansas State
217 Olympic Drive
Convocation Center
Jonesboro, Ark., 72401
Press Box Phone (870) 972-2541
Jerry Scott, Director
Phone ............................................................. (870) 972-3405
Email ......................................................... jscott@astate.edu
Joseph Gorby, Assistant
Phone ............................................................. (870) 972-3547
Email ....................................................... jgorby@astate.edu
Chris Graddy, Assistant
Phone ............................................................. (870) 972-2707
Email .................................................... cgraddy@astate.edu
www.asuredwolves.com ww.asuredwolves.co
Georgia State
Georgia State Sports Arena
125 Decatur Street- Suite 201
Atlanta, GA 30303
Press Box Phone (404) 223-4787
Jerry Trickie, Strategic Communications & Public Relations
Phone ............................................................................. (404) 413-4166
Email ............................................................................ jtrickie@gsu.edu
Allison George, Sports Communications (Football Contact)
Phone ............................................................................. (404) 413-4032
Email .........................................................................ageorge@gsu.edu
Charlie Taylor, Associate
Phone ............................................................................. (404) 413-4031
Email ............................................................................ctaylor@gsu.edu
Mike Holmes, Assistant
Phone ............................................................................. (404) 413-4034
Email ......................................................................... rholmes@gsu.edu
www.georgiastatesports.com
Louisiana-Lafayette
201 Reinhardt Drive
Lafayette, La., 70506
Press Box Phone (337) 851-2255
Brian McCann, Director
Phone ............................................................. (337) 482-6331
Email .............................................bjm5269@louisiana.edu
Matt Hebert, Assistant
Phone ............................................................. (337) 482-6330
Email .................................................. matth@louisiana.edu
www.ragincajuns.com
Texas State
700 Aquarena Springs Drive
San Marcos, TX 78666
Press Box Phone (512) 245-7765
Rick Poulter, Director
Phone ............................................................................. (512) 245-2966
Email ...................................................................rpoulter@txstate.edu
Denise Thompson, Assistant
Phone ............................................................................. (512) 245-2988
Email ................................................................ denise28@txstate.edu
Joshua Flanagan, Assistant
Phone ............................................................................. (512) 245-4387
Email ..........................................................................jcf65@txstate.edu
Rob Beuerlein, Assistant
Phone ............................................................................ (512) 245-4692
Email .......................................................................... rb60@txstate.edu
www.txstatebobcats.com
Troy
5000 Veterans Stadium Drive
Troy, Ala., 36082
Press Box Phone (334) 670-3229
Adam Prendergast, Director
Phone ............................................................. (334) 670-3832
Email ..............................................aprendergast@troy.edu
Matt Mays, Assistant
Phone ............................................................. (334) 670-5654
Email .........................................................mtmays@troy.edu
www.troytrojans.com
Western Kentucky
E.A. Diddle Arena, Room 1140
1605 Avenue of Champions
Bowling Green, Ky. 42101-6412
Press Box Phone (270) 745-6941
Michael Schroeder, Director of Communications
Phone .................................................................... (270) 745-5045
Email .......................................... michael.schroeder@wku.edu
Robert Sampson, Assistant
Phone .................................................................... (270) 745-2599
Email ............................................... robert.sampson@wku.edu
Whitney Tarpy, Assistant
Phone .................................................................... (270) 745-4363
Email ....................................................whitney.tarpy@wku.edu
www.wkusports.com
Louisiana-Monroe
308 Warhawk Way
Monroe, La., 71209
Press Box Phone (318) 342-5471
Alex Edwards, Director
Phone ............................................................. (318) 342-5463
Email ........................................................edwards@ulm.edu
www.ulmwarhawks.com
South Alabama
171 Jaguar Drive
Mobile, AL 36688
Press Box Phone (251) 208-2677
Brian Fremund, Director
Phone ............................................................................. (251) 414-8032
Email ................................................bfremund@southalabama.edu
Kevin Beasley, Assistant
Phone ............................................................................. (251) 414-8033
Email .................................................. kbeasley@southalabama.edu
Matt Horne, Assistant
Phone ............................................................................. (251) 414-8184
Email .................................................... mhorne@southalabama.edu
Charlie Nichols, Assistant
Phone ............................................................................. (251) 414-8017
Email ....................................... charlesnichols@southalabama.edu
www.usajaguars.com
Sun Belt Conference
1500 Sugar Bowl Drive
New Orleans, Louisiana 70122
John McElwain, Associate Commissioner
Phone ............................................ (504) 299-9066 ext. 215
Email .................................. mcelwain@sunbeltsports.org
Travis Llewellyn, Assistant Commissioner
Phone ............................................ (504) 299-9066 ext. 216
Email .................................... llewellyn@sunbeltsports.org
Keith Nunez, Assistant Commissioner
Phone ............................................ (504) 299-9066 ext. 218
Email ......................................... nunez@sunbeltsports.org
www.sunbeltsports.org
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