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					                                                                                                                  2012 CHANTICLEER FOOTBALL
                                                                                                                          GAME 13     Location: Norfolk, Va.
                                                                                                                                      Site: Foreman Field at
                                                                                                                    December 1, 2012        S.B. Ballard Stadium
                                                                                                                   Saturday — 2:00 pm Capacity/Opened: 20,068 / 1936
                                                                                                                   NCAA Championship Surface: Astroturf GameDay
                                                                                                                      Second Round              Grass 3D


          SCHEDULE/RESULT S
  COASTAL SCHEDULE/RESU LTS
                                                                                                                          COASTAL CAROLINA
                                                                                                                          C HANTICLEERS
Date         Day Opponent                                                Site                        Time/Result
Sept. 1      Sat. NORTH CAROLINA A&T                                     Conway, S.C.               W    29 13
                                                                         Brooks Stadium                          9,314
Sept. 8      Sat. at Furman                                              Greenville, S.C. (3OT) W
                                                                         Paladin Stadium
                                                                                                             47 45
                                                                                                                  7,156   (8-4, 5-1 Big South)
Sept. 15 Sat. #20 EASTERN KENTUCKY                                       Conway, S.C.                    L 17 35          Head Coach: Joe Moglia (Fordham ‘71)
                  — Family Weekend —                                     Brooks Stadium                          9,316
Sept. 22 Sat. at Toledo (ESPN3)                                          Toledo, Ohio                    L 28 38          At Coastal: 8-4 (1st Year) — Overall: Same

                                                                                                                          #4 seed-#3 rank OLD DOMINION
                                                                         Glass Bowl                              19,023
Sept. 29 Sat. at #16 Appalachian State                                   Boone, N.C.                     L 14 55
                                                                         Kidd Brewer Stadium                     27,619
Oct. 6       Sat. — O P E N —
                                                                                                                          M ONARCHS
Oct. 13      Sat. #11 STONY BROOK (ESPN3) *
                   — HALL OF FAME WEEKEND —
                                                                         Conway, S.C.
                                                                         Brooks Stadium
                                                                                                         L 21 27
                                                                                                                 7,749    (10-1, 7-1 CAA)
Oct. 20      Sat. at VMI *                                               Lexington, Va.             W        34      7    Head Coach: Bobby Wilder (Maine ‘87)
                                                                         Foster Stadium                           7,281
                                                                                                                          At ODU: 36-9 (3th Yr) — Overall: Same
Oct. 27      Sat. LIBERTY (ESPN3/FLAMES SPORTS NETWORK) *                Conway, S.C.               W        36 12

                                                                                                                                            MEDIA
                  — Homecoming —                                         Brooks Stadium                          6,732
Nov. 3       Sat. at Gardner-Webb (ESPN3) *                              Boiling Springs, N.C.      W        55 33                                                                 CSN Affiliates
                                                                         Spangler Stadium                         3,590                                                                     Grand Strand
Nov. 10      Sat. at Presbyterian College *                              Clinton. S.C.              W        65      7     TV:        ESPN3                                       WSEA ..................... 100.3 FM
                                                                                                                                      John Sadak (Play-By-Play)                     ESPN The Team (FLAGSHIP)
                                                                         Bailey Memorial Stadium                  4,381                                                                 Florence/Pee Dee
Nov. 17      Sat. CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (MASN) *                           Conway, S.C.               W        41 20                    Jay Walker (Color)                          WJMX ....................... 970 AM
                  — Senior Day —                                         Brooks Stadium                          7,037     Web: NCAAChampionships.com                             WJMX ...................... 97.9 FM
Nov. 25      Sat. at #22 Bethune-Cookman (ESPN3 - 1st Rd) $              Daytona Beach, Fla.        W        24 14         Radio: Chanticleer Sports Network                                  Anderson
                                                                         Municipal Stadium                        5,465               Matt Hogue (Play-By-Play)                   WANS ......................1280 AM
                                                                                                                                                                                  WRIX ..................... 103.1 FM
Dec. 1       Sat. at #4 seed Old Dominion (ESPN3 - 2nd Rd) $             Norfolk, Va                       2:00 pm                    Layne Harris (Color)                            Rock Hill/Charlotte, N.C.
                                                                         Foreman Field/Ballard Stadium 1st Meeting                    Joe Cashion (Sideline)                      WRHM-FM ..............107.1 FM
BOLD — Home Games                                                                                                                                                                        (Partial schedule)
* — Big South Conference Game          $ — NCAA Championship
                                                                                                                            Online Audio: http://Client.StretchInternet.com/client/coastal.portal
                                                                                                                          COASTAL CAROLINA        VS. OLD DOMINION
                                                                                                                             This will mark the first meeting between Coastal Carolina and Old Dominion.
                                                                                                                          The teams have no common opponent, but, they did share something in com-
                                                                                                                          mon. Coastal’s lone conference loss came from Stony Brook. Old Dominion’s lone
                                                                                                                          conference loss — and only loss for that matter — came from Villanova. Stony
                                                                                                                          Brook and Villanova met in the first round of this year’s NCAA Championship with
                                                                                                                          the Seawolves defeating the Wildcats, 20-10, at Stony Brook.

                                                                                                                          COASTAL     VS. THE CAA (2-4)
                                                                                                                             While Coastal Carolina has never played Old Dominion, the Chanticleers are fa-
                                        — Big South —                              — Overall —                            miliar with the CAA. In fact, Coastal burst onto the national scene in its third year
                                                                                                                          as a program by defeating #1 and defending national champion James Madison in
     Team                        Record    Pct   Home    Away   Streak    Record    Pct   Home   Away   Streak            2005. However, Coastal is 2-4 all-time versus the CAA, going 1-1 against James
     COASTAL CAROLINA             5-1     .833    2-1    3-0     W5        8-4     .667    3-2   5-2     W6               Madison, 1-2 against Towson and 0-1 versus Richmond.
     #10 Stony Brook              5-1     .833    3-0    2-1     L1        10-2    .833    7-0   3-2     W1               COASTAL      IN THE NCAA PLAYOFFS (1-2)
     Liberty                      5-1     .833    3-0    2-1     W3        6-5     .545    4-2   2-3     W3                   Coastal Carolina is making its third appearance in the NCAA Championship,
     Charleston Southern          3-3     .500    3-0    0-3     L1        5-6     .455    4-1   1-5     L1               best in the Big South. Coastal earned the league’s first at-large berth in 2006,
                                                                                                                          losing to top-ranked Appalachian State 45-28. Then, in 2010, Coastal became
     Gardner-Webb                 2-4     .333    2-1    0-3     W1        3-8     .273    3-3   0-5     W1               the second Big South team to reach the playoffs in earning the league’s first
     VMI                          1-5     .167    1-2    0-3     L5        2-9     .182    2-4   0-5     L6               automatic bid. Coastal hosted #21 Western Illinois and fell 17-10. Coastal picked
                                                                                                                          up its first win with a 24-14 decision at #22 Bethune-Cookman last week.
     Presbyterian                 0-6     .000    0-3    0-3     L6        2-9     .182    1-4   1-5     L6
                                                                                                                          COASTAL     VS RANKED OPPONENTS (5-9)
     BIG SOUTH GAMES THIS WEEK                                                                                               Coastal’s matchup with #3 Old Dominion will be the Chanticleers’ fifth meeting
                                                                                                                          with a nationally-ranked FCS program this year. Coastal is 1-3 versus ranked op-
     Coastal Carolina at #4 seed Old Dominion (ESPN3) ..................................... 2:00 pm (ET)
                                                                                                                          ponents this season, falling to then #20 Eastern Kentucky, then #16 Appalachian
     #10 Stony Brook at #3 seed Montana State (ESPN3) ..................................... 7:00 pm (ET)                  State, then #11 Stony Brook and #22 Bethune-Cookman.
                                                                                                                                 SEE ABOVE SERIES RECORDS ON PAGE 11
                                                                                                                          BACKUS & MOGLIA GET BIG SOUTH INDIVIDUAL HONORS;
                                                                                                                          12 EARN ALL-BIG SOUTH
                                                                                                                             Coastal Carolina sophomore linebacker Quinn Backus was selected the 2012
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       OASTAL OOTBALL ISTORY (2003-PRES.)                    H                                                            Big South Defensive Player of the Year and, in his first year, Joe Moglia was
                                                                                                                          named the 2012 Big South Football Coach of the Year, as voted upon by the
3 PLAYOFF BERTHS • 4 BIG SOUTH PLAYERS OF THE YEAR • 5 BIG SOUTH TITLES
    6 NFL PLAYERS • 17 ALL-AMERICANS • 101 ALL-BIG SOUTH HONORS

         WWW.GOCCUSPORTS.COM
                           AT #4 OLD DOMINION — DEC. 1, 2012 — 2:00 PM — NCAA PLAYOFF 2ND ROUND


                     COASTAL CAROLINA FOOTBALL NOTES
                                                                                     league’s head coaches and selected media.

                                                   JOE                                  Backus was joined on the league’s first team all-conference by Aramis Hillary (QB), Matt
                                                                                     Hazel (WR), Pat Williams (C), Johnny Hartsfield (DL), Quinton Davis (DL), Dontavais John-
                                                                                     son (DB) and Niccolo Mastromatteo (PR).

                                                   MOGLIA                               Mastromatteo was additionally named to the Academic All-Big South squad and was
                                                                                     honored for his play as a wide receiver, earning second team All-Big South along with team-
                                                                                     mates Jeremy Height (RB), David Duran (TE), Chad Hamilton (OL) and Mike McClure (LB).

                                                   FORDHAM, 1971                     BACKUS HONORED         BY BIG SOUTH 5 TIMES; SETS CCU TACKLES RECORD
                                                                                        Coastal Carolina sophomore Quinn Backus was named the Big South Defensive Player of
                                                                                     the Week a record five times this season. Backus becomes the first student-athlete in Big South
                                                   COASTAL CAROLINA                  history to win either offensive or defensive football player of the week honors five times in
                                                   Head Football Coach               one season. (Coastal Carolina’s Josh Hoke was a five-time Big South Special Teams Player of
                                                                                     the Week honoree in 2005.) Over his 11 regular-season games, Backus was also a two-time
                                                   8-4 / 5-1 - 1st Year              National Defensive Player of the Week honoree.
                                                                                        In the regular-season finale, Backus tallied a career-high 16 tackles to give the sophomore
  • 2012 Eddie Robinson FCS National Coach of the Year Finalist •                    123 in 11 games this season, breaking the CCU single-season record of 116 stops set in a
           • 2012 Big South Football Coach of the Year •                             12-game 2006 season by Jamar Leath. Backus added nine tackles at Bethune-Cookman in the
                                                                                     NCAA first round to up his total to 132.
FOOTBALL COACHING HISTORY
1968-70 — Fordham Preparatory (N.Y.) School (Assistant Coach)                        BACKUS’ CASE      FOR ALL-AMERICAN
1971-74 — Archmere (Del.) Academy (Head Coach)                                          Quinn Backus is the 2012 Big South Defensive Player of the Year, was a five-time Big South
                                                                                     Defensive Player of the Week, was a two-time National Defensive Player of the Week and set a
1975-78 — Penncrest (Pa.) HS (Head Coach)
                                                                                     CCU record for tackles in a season, ranking 11th in the NCAA with an average of 11 per game.
1978-80 — Lafayette (Asst. Coach/DBs/Special Teams/Recruit. Coord.)                     As if those achievements are not impressive enough, CONSIDER THIS....
1981-83 — Dartmouth (Assistant Coach/Defensive Coordinator)                             Quinn Backus IS THE ONLY PLAYER RANKED AMONG THE NATION’S TOP 30 IN TACKLES
2009-10 — Nebraska (Executive Advisor to the Head Coach)                             with AT LEAST 100 tackles (132), 5.0 tackles for loss (8.0), 2.0 sacks (2.5), 2 interceptions (2),
                                                                                     2 PBU (3), 2 forced fumbles (3) and 2 fumbles received (2).
Jan. 2011 — Eastham Energy College All-Star Game “Stars Team” (Head Coach)
Jan. 2011-Dec. 2011 — Omaha Nighthawks (President and Head Coach)
                                                                                     OTHER ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES
Dec. 2011-pres. — Coastal Carolina (Head Coach)                                          • ARAMIS HILLARY – QB (stats for 11 games, missed one game due to injury)
                                                                                         204-of-313 with 6 INT and 18 TDs, 65.5%, 2,313 yds – 110 rushes for 522 yds, 3 TDs)
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS                                                                    - First Team All-Big South
• Chairman of the Board for TD Ameritrade (2008-pres.)                               - Three-time Big South Offensive Player of the Week … National Performer of the Week for
• Is the real-life inspiration for the book “4th & Goal: One Man’s Quest to Recap-   throwing five TDs in the first half alone at Presbyterian.
                                                                                     - Leads the Big South, ranks 23rd in the nation in total offense … Ranks 2nd in the Big South
   ture His Dream” written by Monte Burke of Forbes magazine                         and 21st in the nation in pass efficiency.
• Awarded the U.S. Grant Sharp Admiral’s Trophy for Leadership and Service, as       - Finished second on the team and ninth in the league in rushing
   voted by the Nebraska players                                                     - Set a CCU record with a streak of 190 pass attempts without an interception (five-plus games)
• While at Nebraska, the Cornhuskers won the 2009 and 2010 Big 12 North                  • PAT WILLIAMS – C (Has started 26 straight & 33 of his 41 career games)
                                                                                     - Anchor & leader, the team’s lone senior OL)
   Champions, played in the 2009 and 2010 Holiday Bowls, produced four All-          - First Team All-Big South
   Americans, including Ndamukong Suh, who won the Outland Trophy and Bed-           - Grade of 91% for the season, the highest by a CCU lineman over the last three years
   narik Award                                                                       - With Williams as the starting center, CCU has ranked among the nation’s top 30 in fewest
• Helped Dartmouth to Ivy League championships in 1981 and 1982                      sacks allowed three times (3rd in 201, 0.58, 13th in 2011, 1.0 and 30th in 2012, 1.5).
                                                                                         • NICCOLO MASTROMATTEO – PR (Missed two games due to injury -- 13 returns for 157
• Recipient of the Ellis Island Medal of Honor                                       yds, 1 TD -- 43 receptions for 500 yards, 3 TDs)
• Columbus Citizens Foundation Leadership Award                                      - First team All-Big South as Punt Returner, Second Team as a Receiver, Academic All-Big
• National Italian American Foundation Special Achievement Award in Business         South with a 4.0 cumulative GPA
• American Institute For Stuttering Lifetime Achievement Award
• National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame, Man of the Year
• Omaha Business Hall of Fame
                                                                                          WHAT IS A CHANTICLEER?
• Fordham Preparatory School Hall of Honor                                                A Chanticleer (SHON-ti-cleer) gives Coastal Carolina Uni-
• Archmere Academy Sports Hall of Fame                                                 versity one of the most unique nicknames in all of sports.
• The only person to author books on football and finance, writing “Coach Your-        Chanticleer comes from Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales and
   self To Financial Success: Winning the Investment Game” in 2005 and “The Key        came to the University when it was a member of the Univer-
   to Winning Football: The Perimeter Attack Offense” in 2001 while authoring 11
   articles in national coaching journals from 1973-83
                                                                                       sity of South Carolina system from 1954-93.
• Keynote speaker at the 2010 NACDA and the 2011 AFCA Convention                          A Chanticleer is a rooster who rules the barnyard with
• Was a Dean’s List honoree at Fordham and accepted into Omicron Delta Epsilon         cunning and wit. His competitiveness never wanes as he
   (National Economic Honor Society)                                                   battles to the end, using his brains to come out on top every
• Holds honorary doctorate degrees from Fordham University (Humane Letters)            time.
   and Bellevue University (Commerce)
• Taught economics, political science and European history while coaching HS              WHO IS A CHANTICLEER?
• Worked at Merrill Lynch from 1984-2001
• Chief Executive Officer at TD Ameritrade from 2001-08                                 4 Current NFL players (see later in notes for more info):
• Board member at AXA Financial, Inc. (2008-12)                                            Tyler Thigpen, Mike Tolbert, Jerome Simpson and Josh Norman
                                                                                        2 Current MLS players:
PERSONAL                                                                                   Cyprian Hedrick (Sporting KC), Scott Angevine (Sporting KC)
Family:
 Wife, the former Amy Harvey                                                            1 Current PGA Tour member:
 Children: Kelly, Kim, Kara, Kevin, Johnny and Jeff                                        Dustin Johnson (two-time USA Ryder Cup member)
College:                                                                                1 Olympian:
 Fordham, 1971 (B.A. Economics)                                                            Amber Campbell (two-time women’s hammer)
 Delaware, 1974 (M.S. Education)
Hometown:                                                                               1 Current Major Leaguer:
 New York City, N.Y.                                                                       David Sappelt (Cubs)
          AT #4 OLD DOMINION — DEC. 1, 2012 — 2:00 PM — NCAA PLAYOFF 2ND ROUND


 COASTAL CAROLINA FOOTBALL NOTES
- Leads the Big South and ranks 10th in the nation in punt returns (12.1 avg).                                             GENERAL INFORMATION
- Had an 87-yard punt return for a TD at Presbyterian to set the Big South all-time record for punt return yards (536)     Founded: ..................................................................................................1954
… Also owns the league record for career punt returns with 60.                                                             Enrollment: .............................................................................................9,086
- In addition to his punt return ability, ranks second on the team in receptions and third in receiving yards … Ranks      Nickname: .....................................................................................Chanticleers
fourth in the league in receptions per game (4.4) and fifth in receiving yards per game (52.56) … His 40 receptions        School Colors: .............................................................Teal, Bronze and Black
ties for fourth on the CCU single-season list, trailing Matt Hazel’s 49 this year and Jerome Simpson’s 61 and 41.          Facility: .......................Brooks Stadium (Capacity 9,214)/Benton Field (Grass)
- Named CollegeSportsMadness.com Big South Offensive Player of the Week after catching four passes for 151                 BROOKS STADIUM PRESS BOX ............................................. (843) 342-3404
yards and two TDs at Gardner-Webb … The 151 yards is third on the CCU single-game list … Had an 81-yard pass               Affiliation: .................................. NCAA FCS Division I / Big South Conference
reception to mark the longest pass play in CCU history.                                                                    President: ...................................................David A. DeCenzo (Maryland ’78 )
    • DONTAVAIS JOHNSON – CB (49 tackles, 4.5 TFL, 4 INT, 5 PBU, 1 FF, 1 Blck PAT)                                         Director of Athletics: .......................................Hunter Yurachek (Guilford ‘90)
- First Team All-Big South                                                                                                 Ticket Office Phone: .................................................... (843) 347-TIXX (8499)
- Actually had 5 picks ... Was not officially credited with an interception per NCAA stats, but picked off a pass in the   ASSOC. AD/MEDIA RELATIONS (FOOTBALL CONTACT) .........MIKE CAWOOD
                                                                                                                                                                                  (o) 843.349.2822 or (c) 843.333.5730
end zone and returned it 100 yards for a defensive 2-point conversion versus Charleston Southern.
- Consensus National Defensive Player of the Week, picking off three passes with a PBU in the season-opening win           COACHING STAFF
over North Carolina A&T.                                                                                                   Head Coach: ..................................................................................... Joe Moglia
                                                                                                                           • Alma Mater, Year: .................................................................. Fordham, 1971
                                                                                                                           • Record at School: ..................................................................... 8-4 (1st year)
JOHNNIE HOUSTON GETS NATIONAL HONOR AFTER WIN                       AT #22 BETHUNE-COOKMAN                                 • Career Head Coaching Record: .............................................................. Same
   After forcing two fumbles and returning an interception 68 yards for a touchdown, Coastal Carolina junior John-         Football Office Phone: .............................................................. (843) 234-3487
nie Houston was named National co-Defensive Player of the Week by CollegeFootballPerformance.com.                          Best Time of Day to Reach Coach: ............................ Mornings (Through SID)
   After Coastal took a 7-0 lead early in the second quarter, Houston gave the ball back to the CCU offense as             Assistant Coaches:
he forced a fumble that Quinton Davis recovered. Five plays later, CCU scored to take a 14-0 lead. On Bethune-             • Clayton Carlin (Juniata, 1987 - Defensive Coordinator/Corners)
Cookman’s following possession, Houston forced another fumble as he and Mike McClure teamed up on a sack that              • Dave Patenaude (Central Connecticut St., 1990 - Offensive Coord./QBs)
resulted in a 24-yard loss and forced a punt. In the fourth quarter and Bethune-Cookman’s offense starting to gain         • Doug Colman (Nebraska, 2001 - Linebackers/Special Teams)
momentum, Houston picked off a pass in the flat and returned it 68 yards for a touchdown and a 24-0 lead. The              • Patrick Covington (Furman, ’06 - Offensive Line)
return is the second-longest interception return in school history. Houston made a final key play late in the game.        • Renato Diaz (South Florida, 1983 - Wide Receivers)
After the Wildcats scored with 6:44 left to make the tally 24-8, Houston recovered the ensuing on-side kick.               • Mike Gallagher (Ferrum, 1987 - Recruiting Coordinator/Specialists)
                                                                                                                           • Nick Jones (Georgia, 2006 - Tight Ends & Tackles)
DID YOU KNOW....                                                                                                           • Brandon Noble (Penn State, 1998 - Defensive Line/Special Teams)
    Coastal Carolina is the only team in the nation to have its football team and men’s soccer team reach the NCAA         • Brock Olivo (Missouri, 1998 - Running Backs/Special Teams)
Sweet 16 this season?                                                                                                      • Dyran Peake (Catawba, 2001 - Safeties)
    Obviously, Coastal is playing Old Dominion in the Sweet 16 this Saturday. After wins over Elon and Wake Forest,        Director of Football Operations: ....... George Glenn (East Tennessee State ‘67)
the Chanticleer soccer team, led by two-time Hermann Award semifinalist Ashton Bennett, reached the NCAA Sweet             Football Athletic Trainer: ...........................Jeff Pounds (Sacramento State ‘96)
16, losing to #2 seed Maryland this past Sunday.                                                                           Coordinator of Football Technology: .......Louis Francois (Coastal Carolina ‘08)
    The CCU men’s soccer team put two players from last year’s team on an MLS roster for 2012 and has two play-            Administrative Assistant:....................................... Jill Kingston (Campbell ‘01)
ers, Bennett and Pedro Ribeiro, that are projected MLS first round picks in the upcoming draft. Coastal leads the          Office Assistant: ....................................... Lynn Mentzer (Coastal Carolina ‘05)
NCAA with 20 wins, 61 assists, 187 total points in 2012 as well as leading the NCAA in goals scored for the second         Head Equipment Coordinator: .................Dan Morphis (Appalachian State ‘84)
straight year (66 and 63).                                                                                                 PRESS CREDENTIALS
                                                                                                                               Requests for working press space must be made in writing (preferably
WITH     THE WIN LAST SATURDAY AT #22 BETHUNE-COOKMAN...                                                                   email) at least one week before the date of the home contest to the Coastal
   • Coastal won its first playoff game in its third appearance in the postseason                                          Carolina Athletic Media Relations Office. Press credentials WILL NOT be issued
   • Coastal will be playing a football game in the month of December for the first time                                   to spouses, friends or children, in accordance with the working code of the
   • Coastal improved to 14-1 versus MEAC schools                                                                          College Sports Information Directors of America and the Football Writers
   • Coastal snapped a four-game losing streak versus a ranked opponent                                                    Association of America. The press box is a working area and cheering will
   • Coastal improved to 5-2 in road games for 2012                                                                        be grounds for removal.
   • Coastal won for the first time in three games on artificial turf this season and improved to 6-17 on the fake
stuff in the program’s history                                                                                             COVERING PRACTICE
                                                                                                                               All practices are closed to the general public. Media may attend most
                                                                                                                           practices with the University reserving the right to close certain sessions. All
PICKING THEIR SPOTS                                                                                                        media MUST inform Assoc. AD/Media Relations Mike Cawood in a timely man-
   Coastal Carolina ranks 12th in the nation with 14 interceptions this season. Conversely, Coastal has only thrown        ner if you would like to attend practice. As with any Chanticleer practice, media
seven interceptions this season, ranking 23rd nationally but ranks as the sixth-lowest total.                              members may not report on specific plays, formations or personnel packages
                                                                                                                           executed during practices. Also, all exchanges between coaches and players
BIGGEST IMPROVEMENTS FROM 2011               TO 2012                                                                       are confidential.
   Last year, and over the past three years, Coastal has been one of the most penalized teams in the nation. In
2009, Coastal was 96th in the nation by getting 6.64 penalties per game. In 2010, Coastal was 94th in the nation           INTERVIEW POLICY/PRESS OPPORTUNITIES
by getting 7.67 penalties per game. Last season, coastal ranked 92nd in the nation by getting 7.55 penalties per                Throughout, all coach and student-athlete interviews (either in-person or via
game and ranked 100th by having 74.36 penalty yards per game. THIS YEAR, Coastal ranks 18th by getting just                telephone) are to be arranged through the Media Relations Office. Please make
5.25 penalties per game and 21st by getting 45.83 penalties yards per game. In fact, Coastal two penalties for             interview requests at least one day in advance. No interviews will be granted
10 yards at Bethune-Cookman.                                                                                               one and a half days prior to a contest unless special permission is granted in
   Category                      Year NCAA Rank/Stat                Year NCAA Rank/Stat                                    advance.
   Penalties                     2011 92nd/ 7 .55                   2012 18th / 5.25                                            Joe Moglia conducts a weekly press conference on Wednesdays at Noon in
   Fumbles Lost                  2011 94th / 13                     2012 22nd / 6                                          the Adkins Athletics Field House. In addition to Coach Moglia, selected players
   INTs by Defense               2011 105th / 6                     2012 12th / 14                                         will be made available as well. Lunch is provided each week courtesy of Chick-
   Total Offense                 2011 90th / 323.71                 2012 23rd / 429.25                                     fil-A.
   3rd Down Conv. Off            2011 80th / 35.3%                  2012 13th / 49.40%                                          Joe Moglia will be the featured guest each week during football season on
                                                                                                                           “Chanticleer Call-In.” The show airs each Monday 6-7 pm on 100.3 FM from
                                                                                                                           the Buffalo Wild Wings (Carolina Forest). Fans can ask Coach Moglia questions
ROAD WARRIORS; CCU            IS 5-2 AT.....
                                                                                                                           by calling (866) 866-6562 or by email at askthecoach@coastal.edu.
    Coastal Carolina has played seven road games in 2012 and posted a 5-2 mark to date. The Chants won a 47-45
triple overtime game at Furman before dropping a 10-point loss at FBS and a 9-3 Toledo team while falling at now           BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE COACHES’ TELECONFERENCE
#7 Appalachian State. Since then, Coastal reeled of dominating road wins at VMI, Gardner-Webb and Presbyterian.               The Big South Conference conducts a weekly coaches’ conference call each
The Chants are coming off a 24-14 first round NCAA playoff road win at #22 Bethune-Cookman.                                Tuesday, starting at 10:20 am. Joe Moglia’s scheduled time is 11:20-11:30 a.m.
                                                                                                                           To participate in the league teleconference, dial 212-812-4494 and enter code
INJURY LIST GROWS                                                                                                          80716119. For more information or questions about the Big South, contact
   Coastal Carolina has had to deal with several significant injuries this season and the list grew in the season finale   Mark Simpson at 704-341-7990.
versus Charleston Southern and in the first round playoff win at Bethune-Cookman.
   THIS SEASON:                                                                                                                          2012 Big South Football Teleconference Schedule
   • RB Marcus Whitener played one series in the season opener before suffering an injury. He missed six games                           10:28-10:30 am                   Welcome and general announcements
before returning at VMI then missed the following game vs Liberty. However, over his last four games, he is averag-                      10:30-10:40 am                   Ron Dickerson Jr., Gardner-Webb
ing 7.9 yards per carry and has scored seven TDs.                                                                                        10:40-10:50 am                   Turner Gill, Liberty
   • 2011 All-Big South DE Chris Thomas, who missed the season opener, played three plays in week two at Fur-                            10:50-11:00 am                   Sparky Woods, VMI
man before suffering a season-ending injury.                                                                                             11:00-11:10 am                   Chuck Priore, Stony Brook
   • Starting DE Jamel Davis was injured early in the Eastern Kentucky game and missed the next three contests.                          11:10-11:20 am                   Jay Mills, Charleston Southern
The good news is Davis returned to the lineup at VMI and, in the games Davis has finished, CCU is 8-0.                                   11:20-11:30 AM                   JOE MOGLIA, COASTAL CAROLINA
   • All-American TE and three-time All-Big South pick David Duran played sparingly in the season opener, played                         11:30-11:40 am                   Harold Nichols, Presbyterian College
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                         COASTAL CAROLINA FOOTBALL NOTES
one play at Furman and missed the Eastern Kentucky and Toledo games.
    • Three-time All-Big South pick Niccolo Mastromatteo took a big hit versus Eastern Ken-
tucky and was forced to miss the Toledo and Appalachian State games.
                                                                                                                        2012 TEAM HONORS
    • Two-time All-Big South lineman Jamey Cheatwood suffered a season-ending injury late in
the VMI game. He has been replaced in the lineup by Kevin Hart.                                      GAME CAPTAINS
    • FS/CB Philip George, who started the first five games, was injured at Presbyterian and he      North Carolina A&T .......Aramis Hillary, Jamel Davis, David Duran, Niccolo Mastromatteo
missed the following two games, but still ranks 10th on the team in tackles.                         Furman ...................... Dontavais Johnson, Tre Henderson, Pat Williams, Johnny Hartsfield
    • FS Richie Sampson, who earned a starting spot versus Stony Brook, was lost for the             Eastern Kentucky ...........................................Jeremy Height, Andrae Jacobs, Quinton Davis
season two games later in the Liberty win, missing each of the last four games.                      Toledo ...............................................................Akeem Wesley, Jeffery Salley, Pat Williams
    • QB Aramis Hillary missed the Gardner-Webb game, mostly for precautionary reasons,              Appalachian State...............................Aramis Hillary, Mike McClure, Dominique Whiteside
after leaving the Liberty game on a stretcher after hyper-extending his neck. The good news is       Stony Brook ............................................ Andrae Jacobs, Tyler McCarthy, Jamey Cheatwood
Alex Ross led CCU to 596 yards of total offense. The better news is Hillary returned to throw 5      VMI .............................................................. Johnnie Houston, Andrae Jacobs, Drew Herring
TDs in the first half as CCU put up 625 yards the following week at Presbyterian.                    Liberty .............................. Aramis Hillary, Andrae Jacobs, Pat Williams, Johnny Hartsfield
    LAST TWO GAMES:                                                                                  Gardner-Webb........................ Jeremy Height, Quinn Backus, Andrae Jacobs, Chris Presley
    • 2012 2nd Team All-Big South TE David Duran suffered a season-ending injury in the              Presbyterian ....................... Kenny Jones, Mike McClure, Marcus Whitener, Andrae Jacobs
regular-season finale versus Charleston Southern.                                                    Charleston Southern ....................................David Duran, Andrae Jacobs, Johnny Hartsfield
    • 2012 2nd Team All-Big South LT Chad Hamilton suffered an injury during the Charleston          Bethune-Cookman.....................Aramis Hillary, Jamel David, Andrae Jacobs, Pat Williams
Southern game, which forced him to miss the Bethune-Cookman contest. Will Middleton is his
replacement
    • TE Thomas Pauciello, who replaced Duran, was injured when he caught a key 24-yard              GAME MVPs                      Offense                   Defense                     Special Teams
pass at Bethune-Cookman that will keep him out for the remainder of the season.                      North Carolina A&T             Jeremy Height             Dontavais Johnson           Tre Henderson
    • RT Drew Herring was injured during the Bethune-Cookman game and his status is to be            Furman                         Matt Hazel                Johnny Hartsfield           Alex Catron
determined.                                                                                          Eastern Kentucky               Pat Williams              Quinton Davis               Andrae Jacobs
                                                                                                     Toledo                         Aramis Hillary            Quinn Backus                Lorenzo Boyles
DUECES WILD; 6-FOR-6           IN 2-PT CONVERSIONS; HAS NINE 2-POINTERS IN ‘12                       Appalachian State              Lorenzo Taliaferro        —                           Austin Cain
    Coastal Carolina has been successful on each of its six 2-point conversions this season and      Stony Brook                    Drew Herring              Jeffery Salley              Bucky Kennedy
scored a total of nine 2-point plays this season, adding two defensive 2-point conversions and       VMI                            Offensive Line            Mike McClure                Lorenzo Boyles
one safety.                                                                                          Liberty                        Jeremy Height             LaDarius Hawthorne          Lorenzo Boyles
• Vs. North Carolina A&T, Andrew Allen sacked the Aggie quarterback in the end zone for a            Gardner-Webb                   Alex Ross                 Quinton Davis               Andrae Jacobs
  CCU safety                                                                                         Presbyterian                   Aramis Hillary            Johnnie Houston             Niccolo Mastromatteo
• At Furman, Mike McClure picked off a pass in the end zone and returned it 100 yards for a          Charleston Southern            Aramis Hillary            Jeffrey Salley              Shane Ballard
  defensive 2-point play                                                                             Bethune-Cookman                Matt Hazel                Johnnie Houston             Hands Team
• At Furman, in the third overtime, DeMario Bennett took a reverse on a run/pass option and
  ran it in for whet proved
   to be the game-winning 2-point play in the 47-45 win
• Vs Libety, Austin Cain took a direct snap in the Muddle Huddle on CCU’s first TD to take an
                                                                                                     CHANT SQUAD MVPs
  8-0 lead                                                                                           North Carolina A&T .................................... De’Angelo Henderson, Jaz Strong, John Masley
• At Gardner-Webb, after missing two PATs, Jeremy Height lined on the Wildcat and scored             Furman ..................................................Dalton Demos, Samson Baldwin, Kamron Summers
  and ran it in                                                                                      Eastern Kentucky ....................................... Bruce Mapp, Roderick Holder, Aaron McFarland
• At Presbyterian and CCU in the Muddle Huddle, Cain took the snap and threw a jump pass             Toledo ................................................................ Sam Ekwonike, Tyler Watkins, Storm Baker
  to Thomas Pauciello                                                                                Appalachian State....De’Angelo Henderson, Denzell Thomas, Brett Johnson, Seun Olukoju
• At Presbyterian and CCU in the Muddle Huddle, Cain took the direct snap and ran it in              Stony Brook ........................................................... Craig Weick, Kyle Vargo, Kelvin DeVeaux
• Vs Charleston Southern and CCU in the Muddle Huddle, Cain took the direct snap and ran it in       VMI ........................................................ Dom DiGalbo, Kamron Summers, Aaron McFarland
• Vs Charleston Southern, Dontavais Johnson picked off a pass in the end zone and returned it        Liberty .........................................Demar Hall, Randall Drayton, Trevor Herak, Devin Brown
  100 yards for a defensive 2-point play                                                             Gardner-Webb..............................................Voghens Larrieux, Seun Olukoju, Richard Pilon
                                                                                                     Presbyterian .................................................Joe Kaleta, Aaron McFarland, Telvin McClurkin
LOSE SOME                                                                                            Charleston Southern ..................................................................Devin Brown, Bucky Kennedy
   Coastal had a program first earlier this season by losing four straight for the first time        Bethune-Cookman............. Mark Bechtel, Bruce Mapp, Zach Silverberg, Kamron Summers
(remember, those losses came to nationally-ranked Eastern Kentucky, FBS nationally-ranked
Toledo, nationally-ranked Appalachian State and nationally-ranked Stony Brook).

WIN SOME ......      IN DOMINATING, BIG SOUTH RECORD-SETTING FASHION
    Since then, Coastal closed the regular season by winning five straight in the most dominat-
ing fashion in CCU history, including a 27-point win at VMI, a 24-point win versus Liberty,
a 22-point win at Gardner-Webb, a 58-point win at Presbyterian and a 21-point win versus
Charleston Southern.
    The current streak marked the first time CCU has won five-straight by 20-plus points —
WHICH IS ALSO A BIG SOUTH RECORD.
    Coastal added a sixth straight double-digit win at #22 Bethune-Cookman in the first round
of the NCAA Championship, claiming a 24-14 decision.

GET    TO 200 AND WIN IS A NEAR LOCK
    Coastal Carolina rushed for a then season-high 201 yards in the loss versus Stony Brook.
The following week, Coastal had one of its best rushing days, gaining 331 yards on the ground
in a win at VMI. The Chants made it three straight by rushing for 226 yards in the win versus
Liberty. Coastal made it four straight for going over 200 yards by gaining 254 and rushing
                                                                                                         MATT HAZEL                          JOHNNIE HOUSTON                             HANDS TEAM
                                                                                                               OFFENSE                                  DEFENSE                             SPECIAL TEAMS
for 5 TDs at Gardner-Webb. CCU tied a school record by rushing for over 200 yards for the
fifth-straight game, gaining a season-high 365 yards at Presbyterian. In the season finale, CCU
made it a CCU record six straight by gaining 252 yards versus Charleston Southern. The streak
extended to seven games in the first round NCAA playoff win at #22 Bethune-Cookman by
rushing for 202 yards.
    In its 10th season, Coastal Carolina is now 45-5 (.900) when rushing for 200 or more yards
in a game.
    In addition to Stony Brook this season, the only other losses when Coastal rushed for at
least 200 yards have been in the 2005 season finale versus Charleston Southern (222) and
losses in 2007 to Georgia Southern (205), Presbyterian (265) and Liberty (213).

COASTAL CELEBRATES 10TH YEAR               OF FOOTBALL IN 2012
   Coastal Carolina is celebrating its 10th year of football in 2012. Coastal owns a career record
of 71-43 (.623), winning five Big South Championships (2004, ‘05, ‘06, ‘10 and ‘12), making
three NCAA FCS Playoff appearances and placing six players on NFL active rosters.
                                                                                                     MARK BECHTEL BRUCE MAPP ZACH SILVERBERG KAMRON SUMMERS
                                                                                                         CHANT SQUAD                  CHANT SQUAD                  CHANT SQUAD                       CHANT SQUAD
            AT #4 OLD DOMINION — DEC. 1, 2012 — 2:00 PM — NCAA PLAYOFF 2ND ROUND


 COASTAL CAROLINA FOOTBALL NOTES
        2        Akeem Wesley                                         SR                   WR
• Ranked second on the team in receptions in 2011.
• Has been an excellent special teams players, getting eight tackles on punt and kick coverage.
                                                                                                            2012 ALL-BIG SOUTH
• Worked at DB during preseason camp, but moved back to WR prior to the season opener ...
   Injured right hand hampered his offensive playing time through the first three weeks, but is                              FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE
   a regular contributor on special teams.                                                              OFFENSE
• With Niccolo Mastromatteo injured and Wesley getting more comfortable in the new offense,             QB    ARAMIS HILLARY, SR., COASTAL CAROLINA
                                                                                                        RB    Miguel Maysonet, Sr., Stony Brook              OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
   Akeem saw his most extensive action at wideout at Toledo ... He caught four passes for
   58 yards.                                                                                            RB    Aldreakis Allen, Jr., Liberty                  Miguel Maysonet, Stony Brook
• Made an impressive 27-yard catch in traffic to set-up Coastal’s second TD at VMI.                     WR    Kevin Norrell, Sr., Stony Brook
                                                                                                        WR    Pat Kelly, Sr., Liberty                        DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
                                                                                                        WR    MATT HAZEL, JR., COASTAL CAROLINA              Quinn Backus, Coastal Carolina
        3        Aramis Hillary                                       SR                    QB          TE     Seth Cranfill, R-Soph., Gardner-Webb
• ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATE, 3x Big South Offensive Player of the Week •                                   OL    Michael Bamiro, R-Jr., Stony Brook             FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR
• FIRST TEAM ALL-BIG SOUTH •                                                                            OL    PAT WILLIAMS, SR., COASTAL CAROLINA            Josh Woodrum, Liberty
• Named to the FCS College Football Performance preseason “Watch List” as one of the nation’s           OL    Mike Lisi, Soph., Stony Brook
    top returning quarterbacks ... Is the CCU career leader for pass completion percentage and          OL    Steve Demilio, R-Sr., Gardner-Webb             COACH OF THE YEAR
    pass efficiency rating.                                                                             OL    Aaron Lundy, R-Sr., Liberty                    Joe Moglia, Coastal Carolina
• Ranks 23rd in the NCAA and FIRST in the Big South in total offense (257.73 ypg).
• Ranks 21st in the NCAA and second in the Big South in pass efficiency (142.71).                       DEFENSE                                         SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR
• Missed the Gardner-Webb game in week 9 due to injury (a game CCU backup QB Alex Ross                  DL    Jonathan Coats, Sr., Stony Brook          Pat Kelly, Sr., WR, Liberty
    led CCU to a 55-33 win and 596 yards of total offense)                                              DL    Charlie Jones, Sr., VMI
• Set career highs in each of the first four weeks of the season, ties Big South record:                DL    JOHNNY HARTSFIELD, SR., COASTAL CAROLINA
    Week 1 – threw for a then career-high 274 yards (19-for-28 with 2 INTs and a TD)                    DL    QUINTON DAVIS, SR., COASTAL CAROLINA
    Week 2 – threw for a then career-high 292 yards (20-for-27 with an INT and 2 TDs)                   LB    QUINN BACKUS, SOPH., COASTAL CAROLINA
    Week 3 – completed a then career high 24 passes (24-for-37 for 205 yards, INT, TD)                  LB    Nick Sigmon, R-Soph., Liberty
    Week 4 – established career highs for completions (30), attempts (47) and yards (356)               LB    Tanner Burch, Soph., Gardner-Webb
                while tying a then career high with 3 TDs                                               LB    Jawara Dudley, Jr., Stony Brook
    Week 10 - tied a CCU and Big South record with 5 TDs at Presbyterian, all coming in the first       DB    Charles James, R-Sr., Charleston Southern
                 half as he one played one series in the second half.                                   DB    Dominick Reyes, R-Sr., Stony Brook
• Set a Coastal Carolina record by not throwing an interception over 190 pass attempts,                 DB    Brent Vinson, Sr., Liberty
    dating from to the final drive of the first quarter versus Eastern Kentucky until the first play    DB    Dontavais Johnson, Sr., Coastal Carolina
    of the second quarter at Presbyterian (23 quarters).
• Threw a TD in 11 games (23 total scores) from the Charleston Southern game in 2011                    SPECIAL TEAMS
    until the Presbyterian game in 2012 ... The streak ended in the 2012 season finale versus           PK    Wesley Skiffington, R-Sr., Stony Brook
    Charleston Southern ... Hillary did throw a TD at Bethune-Cookman ... Tyler Thigpen owns            P      Bo Lindsey, Sr., Gardner-Webb
    the CCU record for consecutive games with a TD pass at 12 (each game of the 2006 season).           LS    Richard Wright, R-Jr., Liberty
• Named Big South Choice Hotels Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 10) after leading                   KR     Michael Ruff, Sr., Presbyterian
    Coastal to a 47-45 triple overtime win at Furman ... Threw for a then career-high 292 yards         PR     Niccolo Mastromatteo, Jr., Coastal Carolina
    and tied a then career high with 20 completions ... Threw for two TDs and rushed for one
    ... Started the game completing each of his first eight passes to give CCU a 10-0 lead ...                             SECOND TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE
    Completed his last five of his last six with his lone incompletion being a shot in the end zone     OFFENSE
    with under 10 seconds to go ... On the final drive of regulation, completed two, 20-yard            QB    Kyle Essington, Sr., Stony Brook
    passes to get the Chants in field goal range ... Completed one pass in each of the three OTs,       RB    JEREMY HEIGHT, SR., COASTAL CAROLINA
    including a 35 yarder to Matt Hazel, a 25 yard TD to Hazel and a 26-yard TD to DeMario Ben-         RB    Kenny Little, R-Sr., Gardner-Webb
    nett ... (Hillary was also Player of the Week in the 2010 season-opening win over Furman.)          WR    Kenny Cook, R-Soph., Gardner-Webb
• Named Big South Choice Hotels Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 24) after a career game             WR    NICCOLO MASTROMATTEO, JR., COASTAL CAROLINA
    at Toledo ... Completed 30-of-47 passes for 356 yards - all career highs - while tying a career     WR    Larry Jones III, Fr., Charleston Southern
    high with three touchdown passes at Toledo .. The 30 completions and 47 attempts are CCU            TE     DAVID DURAN, R-SR., COASTAL CAROLINA
    single-game records, while the 356 passing yards is third on the CCU single-game list ... Did       OL    Scott Hernandez, R-Jr., Stony Brook
    not throw an interception and led Coastal to four touchdown drives versus the Rockets ... In        OL    Jamie Dunaway, Sr., Gardner-Webb
    five previous games versus NCAA FBS programs, Coastal had only scored one TD ... Was                OL    Jay Weatherington, Sr., Liberty
    12-of-16 for 153 yards with a TD in the first half and rallied the Chants from a 17-7 deficit to    OL    CHAD HAMILTON, R-SOPH., COASTAL CAROLINA
    a 21-17 lead early in the third quarter ... Midway through the fourth quarter, Hillary hit Tyrell   OL    Austin Sargent, Sr., Gardner-Webb
    Blanks for a 17-yard touchdown to cut the CCU deficit to three, 31-28.
• The 292 passing yards at Furman is the ninth-best single-game effort in CCU history and the           DEFENSE
    274 versus NC A&T now ranks 19th ... The 30 completions at Toledo is a CCU single-game              DL    Maurice Dickson, Jr., Gardner-Webb
    record and his 24 completions versus Eastern Kentucky is fifth on the CCU single-game list.         DL    Bryant Lewellyn, R-Sr., Liberty
• Opened the season by throwing for a then-career high 274 yards versus North Carolina A&T,             DL    Preston Pemasa, Jr., Gardner-Webb
    completing 19-of-28 passes with a 33-yard TD to Matt Hazel and a added a rushing TD.                DL    Cory Freeman, R-Jr., Liberty
• In week three, set career highs in both completions (24) and attempts (37), while throwing for        LB     MIKE MCCLURE, JR., COASTAL CAROLINA
    205 yards and a score ... Led Coastal in rushing with 41 yards on 10 attempts.                      LB     Scott Hyland, Jr., Liberty
• Despite throwing two touchdowns at Appalachian State, turned in season-lows for comple-               LB     Donelle Williams, Soph., Presbyterian
    tions (15) and passing yards (145).                                                                 LB     LJ Perry, Jr., Presbyterian
• Eclipsed the 270-yard passing barrier for the fourth time this season, throwing for 271 yards         DB    Walt Aikens, R-Jr., Liberty
    versus Stony Brook ... The 271 passing yards ranks 21st on the CCU single-game list ...             DB    Davonte Anderson, Jr., Stony Brook
    Completed 23 passes (his second-best single-game effort) on 36 attempts with a TD.                  DB    Elijah Lee, Jr., Charleston Southern
• Threw for a season-low 114 yards in the win at VMI, but he only played the first half and one         DB    Cedrick Moore, Sr., Stony Brook
    drive in the third quarter ... Completed 11-of-19 passes with a TD ... However, he rushed 10
    times for 58 yards, his third-best single-game career total.                                        SPECIAL TEAMS
• Accounted for 200 yards of total offense before leaving the Liberty game with an injury in the        PK    John Lunsford, Fr., Liberty
    fourth quarter ... Rushed for 87 yards (Liberty only rushed for 86 as a team) on 10 carries,        P       Grant Bowden, Jr., Liberty
    while completing 13-of-21 passes for 113 yards and a score.                                         LS     Hudson Smith, Jr., Gardner-Webb
• Named National Performer of the Week/National Quarterback of the Week CollegeFootball-                KR     J.J. Hubbard, Soph., Gardner-Webb
    Performance.com for h and Big South Choice Hotels Offensive Player of the Week (Nov.                PR     J.J. Hubbard, Soph., Gardner-Webb
    12) after tying a CCu and Big South record with five touchdown passes at Presbyterian — all
    in the first half ... Played only the opening series of the second half without a pass attempt,                                ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM
    finished the game by completing 19-of-22 passes for 261 yards ... Completed nine of his             Nick Kemper, Gr., OL, Charleston Southern
    first 10 passes for 74 yards, including a 7-yard TD to Kenny Jones and a 23-yard TD to              NICCOLO MASTROMATTEO, JR., WR, COASTAL CAROLINA
    Matt Hazel ... On the first play of the second quarter, threw an interception, his first in a       Lucas Beatty, R-Soph., QB, Gardner-Webb
    CCU record 190 consecutive attempts dating back to the last drive of the first quarter versus       Pat Kelly, Sr., WR, Liberty
    Eastern Kentucky. From that point, Hillary completed 10 of his last 11 for 187 yards with TD        Breyon Williams, Soph., LB, Presbyterian College
    passes of 43 yards to David Duran, 50 yards to DeMario Bennett and 11 yards to Hazel. He            Kyle Essington, Sr., QB, Stony Brook
    added 81 rushing yards came on seven carries (11.6 avg.).                                           Ty Garvin, Soph., LB, VMI
• Tallied 217 yards of total offense, rushing for a career-high 115 yards (8.2 avg) and a TD —
                                AT #4 OLD DOMINION — DEC. 1, 2012 — 2:00 PM — NCAA PLAYOFF 2ND ROUND


                         COASTAL CAROLINA FOOTBALL NOTES
   Completed 12-of-22 passes for 102 yards versus Charleston Southern ... While his passing            with a PBU and quarterback hurry.
   numbers were a little down, Hillary sparked the CCU offense with his career-high 115 rush-       • Recovered a fumble at PC and CCU scored two plays later.
   ing yards (14 carries, 8.2 per carry) … CCU converted 6-of-8 3rd downs in the first half
   and 9-of-14 for the game (one of those five “failures” Hillary would convert a fourth down)
   - 1st scoring drive, converted a 3rd-and-1 with a two-yard rush                                          8        Travis Small                                         JR                    RB
   - 2nd scoring drive, converted a 3rd-and-4 with a six-yard run … Converted a 3rd-and-4           • Led the team in rushing in 2011, but missed the first five games in 2012 due to injury.
   with a 15-yard run … next play scored a 4-yr TD                                                  • Has seen very limited action due to injury and the late-season depth at running back.
   - 3rd scoring drive, converted a 3rd-and-8 with a 12-yard completion to the CSU four and         • Saw his first action of 2012 versus Stony Brook ... Had seven carries for 32 yards (4.6 aver-
   CCU scored two plays layer                                                                          age) ... Had a 15-yard gain on his first touch of the season, added runs of six and four yards
   - 4th scoring drive, converted a 4th-and-2 with an 18-yard completion to the CSU one                on consecutive plays during a CCU scoring drive.
   - 5th scoring drive, had a 21-yard run to the CSU 10 and CCU scored two plays later              • Averaged an impressive 7.0 yards per carry at VMI, rushing five times for 35 yards.
   - 6th scoring drive, converted a 3rd-and-12 with a 46-yard run and CCU would kick a field
   goal to go up 41-13 in the 41-20 win                                                                  10          Mike McClure                                         JR                     LB
• Led CCU to the program’s first NCAA playoff win at Bethune-Cookman ... Completed 19-of-24
                                                                                                    • SECOND TEAM ALL-BIG SOUTH •
   passes for 180 yards with an interception and TD .. Added 38 rushing yards on 11 attempts .
                                                                                                    • Ranks fifth in the Big South for TFL (0.71 per game — 8.5 total) ... Had 3.5 TFL in the
                                                                                                       opener, tying a CCU record.
       4        Dontavais Johnson                                  SR                    CB         • His 6.6 tackles/game rank eighth in the Big South.
• FIRST TEAM ALL-BIG SOUTH •                                                                        • In addition to his CCU record tying 3.5 TFL in the opener, McClure led the Chants with 12
• Ranks 40th (tied) in the nation and ranks second the Big South with four interceptions (0.36         overall tackles.
    average) ... NOTE: did have a pick in the Charleston Southern game but NCAA does not            • Made a critical play in the Furman game ... After the Paladins scored with 7:56 left, McClure
    recognize it as it was part of a defensive 2-point conversion.                                     picked off the ensuing two-point try and raced 100 yards to give CCU a seven-point lead ...
• Had a TFL in each of the last three games (Presbyterian, Charleston Southern, Bethune-               Overall, had seven tackles at Furman, including 1.0 TFL.
    Cookman)                                                                                        • Led the team with 10 stops versus Eastern Kentucky.
• Ranks fourth in the Big South with nine passes defended (4 picks and 5 PBU).                      • Tallied 11 stops at Toledo.
• After the 2012 season-opening win over North Carolina A&T, named National Defensive               • Credited with seven tackles, including a half TFL, at App State.
    Player of the Week by The Sports Network, College Sports Journal and FCS College Football       • While Quinn Backus was the Big South Defensive Player of the Week at VMI, McClure was
    Performance Awards, as well as the Big South Conference Defensive Player of the Week,              named the team’s defensive MVP by the coaches ... Had five tackles, including 1.5 for
    the CFPA National Defensive Back of the Week and CollegeSportsMadness.com Big South                losses —which were also sacks ... Teamed with Johnnie Houston for an 11-yard sack in the
    Defensive Player of the Week ... Johnson tied a CCU record by picking off three passes,            first quarter to force a punt ... Added a sack in the second quarter as part of a 3-and-out.
    adding a key pass breakup in the end zone.                                                      • At Gardner-Webb, only had four tackles, but had a half sack and two QB hurries.
• In week two, turned in another solid performance, getting a career-high eight tackles, a PBU      • Picked off a pass at Presbyterian, officially his first career pick as the one for a defensive 2-pt
    and blocking an extra point in the fourth quarter, which ultimately gave CCU a chance to kick      conversion at Furman does not count statistically ... Added a quarterback hurry.
    a game-tying field goal as time expired.                                                        • Tallied six stops, including a TFL, and a PBU in the Charleston Souther win.
• Ranked third on the team by tying his career high with eight tackles versus Stony Brook ...       • Also had a six tackles with a half sack at Bethune-Cookman.
    Added a half TLF for his first career tackle behind the line of scrimmage.
• Arguably had his best game since the 2012 season opener in the win over Liberty ... Tallied            11          DeMario Bennett                                      JR                   WR
    five tackles — third-best on the team, breaking up two passes and intercepting a pass ...       • His 41 receptions and 579 receiving yards, both rank 4th on the CCU single-season list.
    Returned the interception 32 yards, setting up Coastal’s final score.                           • Ranks sixth in the Big South in receiving yards (48.25 ypg) and ninth in receptions (3.42)
• Had four tackles, including a TFL and forced fumble on the same play, at Presbyterian ... CCU     • However, his six TD receptions ranks third best in the Big South.
    would recover the fumble and score two plays later.                                             • Posted then career highs with five receptions for 87 yards at Furman ... Caught a 26-yard TD
• Tallied seven tackles, including a TFL versus Charleston Southern ... Also picked off a pass in      in the third overtime ... On the ensuing two-point play, he took a pitch on an end-around,
    the end zone and returned it 100 yards for a CCU defensive 2-point conversion.                     made one player miss and ran in what proved to be the game-winning two-point conversion.
• Registered five tackles, including his third TFL in as many games, at Bethune-Cookman.            • Established another career high with seven receptions at Toledo, gaining 80 yards ... Caught a
                                                                                                       28-yard pass to the Toledo one to set-up CCU’s first TD for a 7-0 lead ... Caught a 19-yard
       5        Thomas Pauciello                                   RFR                   TE            TD on CCU’s opening drive of the second half to put CCU up 21-17.
                                                                                                    • Had his third career game of the season versus Stony Brook, tying his best with seven recep-
• Caught his first career pass, a 45 yarder at Furman to set-up a field goal that gave CCU a 10-0
   lead ... The 45 yard reception is a season-long for Coastal in 2012.                                tions for a career-best 91 yards ... Added a 26-yard touchdown on the opening drive.
• Caught three passes for 48 yards at Toledo, including a 25-yard touchdown.                        • Caught two passes for 21 yards, including an 11-yard TD.
• Caught a two-point conversion at PC, one of two CCU had to set a Big South record.                • Hauled in a career-long 41-yard reception in the Liberty win.
• Converted a fourth down with an 18-yard reception to the one-yard line versus Charleston          • Only caught two passes at Gardner-Webb, but one was a 60-yard TD to mark the eighth-
   Southern, setting up a CCU score for a 29-7 lead.                                                   longest completion in CCU history.
• After catching a 24-yard pass at Bethune-Cookman, suffered a season-ending injury.                • Only caught one pass at Presbyterian, a 50-yard TD.
                                                                                                    • Had a team-high four receptions for a team-high 44 yards at Bethune-Cookman.

       6        Tre Henderson                                      SR                    CB              12          Alex Ross                                            RFR                   QB
• Had a 21-yard kickoff return at VMI to become CCU’s all-time leader, passing Arthur Sitton
   (1,051).                                                                                              Ross has been under center in seven games and has led CCU to scores 14 times.
• Now has a CCU record 51 kick returns for a CCU record 1,190 kick return yards, which                   NC A&T One play - incomplete pass
   ranks eighth on the Big South all-time list ... (NOTE: Current Chant Niccolo Mastromatteo             EKU        2 series: 1 TD drive and final two plays of the game - 1st drive of 3rd quarter,
   is third on the CCU career kickoff return list with 995 yards and Jeremy Height ranks                            took over mid-series due to injury to Hillary and threw 5-yd TD pass to Matt
   fourth with 887.)                                                                                                Hazel. He also took the final two snaps of the game.
• Has a knack for making the big play ... Set a CCU record with an 87-yard kickoff return                App St. 3 series: 1 CCU fumble, 1 punt and end of game
   at Appalachian State, one yard longer than the previous CCU mark which was an 86-yard                 VMI        3 series: 2 FG drives (13 plays, 50 yards/9 plays, 46 yards) and 1 victory
   kickoff return for a touchdown by Henderson last year versus Gardner-Webb ... Also has a                         formation
   66-yard kickoff return, the seventh-longest non-scoring play in school history, and a 66-yard         Liberty 3 series: 1 TD drive (3 plays, 11 yards), 1 punt and 1 victory formation
   interception return for a TD, the second-longest interception return in CCU history.                  GWU        13 series: 8 TDs, 1 missed 39-yd FG, 3 punts and 1 INT
• The 87-yard return — the longest non-scoring play in CCU history — at App State helped                 PC         2 series: 2 TDs
   Henderson tallied 141 kickoff return yards on four attempts (35.25 avg.) ... He rocketed to      • Saw one play, an incomplete pass, in the season opener, filling in for Aramis Hillary.
   the top of the NCAA leaderboard in kickoff returns with an average of 39.33 yards per kick       • In the first drive of the third quarter versus Eastern Kentucky, came off the bench on the sec-
   return before dropping to second during the bye week.                                                ond play after Hillary left with an injury ... Completed 4-of-5 passes for 19 yards, including
• Henderson’s 141 kick return yards at App State is the second-most on CCU single-game list             his first career TD —a five-yard completion to Matt Hazel.
• In the opener, had five tackles but was effective as a kick returner ... Had a 66-yard return     • Was just 1-of-5 in relief at App State but his lone completion was a 45-yarder to John Israel,
   —the second-longest of his career and sixth-longest non-scoring play in CCU history.                 tying the longest completion by a Chant in 2012.
• Picked off his second career pass versus Eastern Kentucky                                         • Led CCU to a pair of field goal drives at VMI, giving CCU a 34-0 lead ... Ended the game 3-of-5
• Entering the VMI game with 12 tackles, he had a career-high seven tackles versus the Keydets,         passing for 19 yards while rushing five times for 27 yards (5.4 avg.)
   including his third career TFL.                                                                  • Played three series versus Liberty ... CCU punted in the first one, Ross threw a 3-yard TD in
                                                                                                        the second one and CCU took the victory formation in the third.
                                                                                                    • NAMED BIG SOUTH THE CRONS BRAND FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK (11/5) for his play at
       8        Jamel Davis                                        SR                    DE             Gardner-Webb ... 16-30 passing, 342 yards, 1 INT, 3 TDs; 13 rushes for 62 yards (4.8 per
• Coastal is 8-0 in which Jamel finishes                                                                carry); 404 yards of total offense:
• Suffered a knee injury early in the Eastern Kentucky game ... Missed the Toledo, App State and    - Made his first career start as Aramis Hillary was injured the previous week
   Stony Brook games ... Dressed but ultimately did not play versus Stony Brook.                    - Led CCU to 596 yards of total offense, the second-best single-game output in CCU history
• Return to the field at VMI.                                                                       - Led CCU to scoring drives on 8 of the team’s 13 drives with CCU missing a 39-yard field goal
• Returned to the starting lineup in the Liberty win ... Only had one tackle, but came through          on one of those failed attempts
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- The 404 yards of total offense is a Big South record by a freshman and ranks second on the
   CCU single-game list behind Tyler Thigpen’s 425 in 2006 vs. GWU
- The 342 passing yards ranks fifth on the CCU single-game list
- Led CCU to a school-record 99-yard TD drive, marking just the second time CCU has had a
                                                                                                                     CCU 2012 HONORS
   99-yard drive … The drive was 3 plays: 0 yard rush, 18-yard completion to Matt Hazel and              Austin Cain
   81-yard completion for TD to Niccolo Mastromatteo                                                     • CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards Honorable Mention Punter of the Week (9/17)
- Completed the first and eight longest passes in CCU history (an 81-yard TD pass to Niccolo             Alex Catron
   Mastromatteo and a 60-yard completion TD completion to DeMario Bennett.                               • Big South Special Teams Player of the Week (9/10)
• Led CCU to two TD drives in his series under center, icluding a 10-yard rushing TD himself.            • CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards Honorable Mention Placekicker of the Week (9/10)
                                                                                                         Jamey Cheatwood
     13          Andrew Allen                                         SO                      DE         • All-Big South Conference (Preseason)
• Got his first career start at Toledo with Jamel Davis being out with injury and started at App
   State as well.                                                                                        Quinn Backus
• Credited with a sack in the North Carolina A&T game, which also went down as a safety, the             • Big South Defensive Player of the Week (9/10)
   program’s first since 2006.                                                                           • CollegeSportsMadness Big South Defensive Player of the Week (9/10)
• Tallied a sack at Toledo and finished the game with a season-high four tackles ... Also had four       • COLLEGE SPORTS JOURNAL CO-NATIONAL DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK (9/24)
   stops in the Stony Brook contest.                                                                     • Big South Defensive Player of the Week (9/24)
                                                                                                         • Big South Defensive Player of the Week (10/22)
                                                                                                         • CollegeSportsMadness Big South Defensive Player of the Week (10/22)
     15          Lorenzo Taliaferro                                   JR                     RB          • Big South Defensive Player of the Week (10/29)
• A short-yardage specialist, but had big-play ability, averaging 4.5 yards per carry.                   • 1 OF 5 NATIONALLY TO BE NAMED COLLEGE SPORTING NEWS ALL-STARS (10/29)
• Missed the season opener with an injury ... Debut came at Furman and he led the team with
                                                                                                         • COLLEGE SPORTS JOURNAL NATIONAL CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK (10/29)
   55 rushing yards, averaging 4.2 yards per carry ... Converted a fourth down late in the third
                                                                                                         • CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards Honorable Mention Linebacker of the Week (10/29)
   quarter and, two plays later, scored to give CCU a 17-6 lead.
• Averaged 5.2 yards per carry in the Eastern Kentucky game, 4 carries for 21 yards.                     • Big South Defensive Player of the Week (11/19)
• Had 10 carries for 39 yards at Toledo and he caught his first career pass for nine yards.              • CollegeSportsMadness Big South Defensive Player of the Week (11/19)
• Named the team’s offensive MVP for the App State game, averaging 4.8 yards per carry (eight            David Duran
   attempts for 38 yards) and caught a 12-yard pass.                                                     •   All-American 2nd Team by Phil Steele (Preseason)
• Had a breakout game versus Stony Brook, showing his hard-nosed, north-south running style              •   All-American 2nd Team by CollegeSportsMadness (Preseason)
   ... Had nine carries for a season-high 56 yards (4.9 average).                                        •   All-American 3rd Team by The Sports Network (Preseason)
• Bullied his way for a 16-yard TD at VMI ... Carried the ball eight times for 54 yards — an             •   CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards Watch List for Tight Ends (Preseason)
   impressive 6.8 yards per carry.                                                                       •   All-Big South Conference (Preseason)
• Scored twice at Gardner-Webb, runs of 9 and 7 yards ... Finished with nine carries for 48              •   CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards Honorable Mention Tight End of the Week (11/12)
   yards, averaging 5.3 per attempt.
                                                                                                         Johnny Hartsfield
                                                                                                         • Big South Special Teams Player of the Week (11/6)
     16          Tyrell Blanks                                        FR                    WR
• A true freshman who enrolled at Coastal in January 2012 and participated in spring drills.             LaDarius Hawthorne
• Set the CCU freshman record for receptions (27) and receiveing yards (306).                            • CollegeSportsMadness Big South Defensive Player of the Week (10/29)
• Made his first career catch at Furman, a 20-yarder on CCU’s final drive in regulation to setup         • CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards Honorable Mention Defensive Back of the Week (10/29)
   the game-tying field goal.                                                                            Matt Hazel
• Had four receptions for 28 yards versus Eastern Kentucky.
                                                                                                         • All-Big South Conference (Preseason)
• Had a breakout game at Toledo, catching six passes for 787 yards with a TD ... Caught a 33-
   yard pass on the opening drive of the second half, setting up an eventual CCU TD ... Midway           Aramis Hillary
   through the fourth quarter, caught a 17-yard TD to trim CCU’s deficit to three, 31-28.                • CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards Watch List for Quarterbacks (Preseason)
• Only caught two passes for 36 yards at Appalachian State, but one was on a quick hitter in             • Big South Choice Hotels Offensive Player of the Week (9/10)
   the left flat that he converted into a 20-yard touchdown.                                             • CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards Honorable Mention Quarterback of the Week (9/10)
• Tied for the team high with four receptions for 43 yards at Bethune-Cookman.                           • Big South Choice Hotels Offensive Player of the Week (9/24)
                                                                                                         • CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards Honorable Mention Quarterback of the Week (9/24)
     18          David Duran                                          6yrSR                   TE         • COLLEGEFOOTBALLPERFORMANCEAWARDS.COM NATIONAL PERFORMER OF THE WEEK (11/12)
                                                                                                         • CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards.com National Quarterback of the Week (11/12)
• SECOND TEAM ALL-BIG SOUTH •
                                                                                                         • Big South Choice Hotels Offensive Player of the Week (11/12)
• Lost for the season after being injured in the regular-season finale vs Charleston Southern.
• A two-time first team All-Big South honoree prior to 2012 ... Named third team All-American in         • CollegeSportsMadness Big South Offensive Player of the Week (11/12)
   2010 ... Missed most of the 2011 season due to injury, ultimately getting a medical redshirt          Tre Henderson
   ... Granted a sixth year after taking a medical redshirt at Michigan State as a true freshman,        • CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards Honorable Mention Kick Returner of the Week (9/3)
• Named 2012 preseason All-Big South and All-American (2nd team by Phil Steele and third
   team by The Sports Network) ... Named to the FCS College Football Performance “Watch                  Andrae Jacobs
   List” as one of the nation’s top TEs.                                                                 • CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards Watch List for Linebackers (Preseason)
• Owns the Big South records for both receptions (61) and receiving yards (825) by a tight end           • All-Big South Conference (Preseason)
• Caught two passes in the season opener to become the first Big South tight end with 60                 Dontavais Johnson
   career receptions.                                                                                    • SPORTS NETWORK NATIONAL DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK (9/3)
• Only played one play at Furman and suffered an injury on the Paladins’ on-side kick ... Missed         • COLLEGE SPORTS JOURNAL NATIONAL DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK (9/3)
   the Eastern Kentucky and Toledo games.                                                                • COLLEGEFOOTBALLPERFORMANCEAWARDS.COM NATIONAL DEF. PLAYER OF THE WEEK (9/3)
• Returned to action at App State ... Caught one pass —a two-yard TD ... Caught a 17-yard                • CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards.com National Defensive Back of the Week (9/3)
   pass at VMI.
                                                                                                         • Big South Conference Defensive Player of the Week (9/3)
• Named honorable mention National tight end of the Week by CollegeFootballPerformance.
                                                                                                         • CollegeSportsMadness Big South Defensive Player of the Week (9/3)
   com for his play at Presbyterian ... Caught a 43-yard touchdown at Presbyterian, the second-
   longest of his career.                                                                                Niccolo Mastromatteo
                                                                                                         • CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards Watch List for Punt Returners (Preseason)
     20          Niccolo Mastromatteo                                 JR              WR/PR              • All-Big South Conference (Preseason)
                                                                                                         • CollegeSportsMadness Big South Offensive Player of the Week (11/5)
• FIRST TEAM ALL-BIG SOUTH as PUNT RETURNER •                                                            • CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards Honorable Mention Wide Receiver of the Week (11/5)
• SECOND TEAM ALL-BIG SOUTH as WIDE RECEIVER •                                                           • CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards.com National Punt Returner of the Week (11/12)
• ACADEMIC ALL-BIG SOUTH •
• A second team All-Big South pick as a punt returner in 2010 and ‘11 ... Named 2012 pre-
                                                                                                         Mike McClure
    season All-Big South ... Named to the FCS College Football Performance Preseason “Watch              • CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards Honorable Mention Linebacker of the Week (9/3)
    List” as one of the nation’s top punt returners.                                                     Alex Ross
• Missed two games (App State and Toledo) in 2012 due to injury.                                         • Big South The Crons Brand Freshman of the Week (11/6)
• Is the CCU and Big South career leader in both punt returns (60) and punt return yards
    (536) ... Also third on the CCU all-time list for kickoff returns (47) and third in kickoff return   Chris Thomas
    yards (995).                                                                                         • All-Big South Conference (Preseason)
• Set a CCU and Big South record with 32 punt returns in 2010 and his 247 return yards is a              Marcus Whitener
    CCU single season record.                                                                            • CollegeFootballPerformanceAwards Honorable Mention Running Back of the Week (11/12)
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                         COASTAL CAROLINA FOOTBALL NOTES
• Ranks 10th in the NCAA and FIRST in the Big South in punt returns (12.80)                           • Followed that performance with another nine-tackle outing at Gardner-Webb, including a
• Ranks fifth in the Big South in receptions (4.3) and receiving yards (50.0).                           career-high eight solo stops, with another interception and a PBU.
• After catching one pass for four yards in his first two years combined, had a breakout game         • Recorded his third pick versus Charleston Southern.
   in the season-opening win over North Carolina A&T ... Caught seven passes for 114 yards,           • Played well in the Bethune-Cookman win, getting five tackles, 1.5 TFL - including a solos
   which was the program’s eighth-best single-game effort at the time.                                   sack - with a pass breakup.
• Tied a CCU single-game record with 10 receptions versus Eastern Kentucky ... Had 96
   receiving yards and scored his first career receiving TD, tying the game at 7-7 with an eight-
   yard score ... Rodney Burgess (2003) and Jerome Simpson (2005) share the CCU record
                                                                                                           26          Johnnie Houston                                         JR                   S
                                                                                                      • Had at least a half TFL in five of the last seven games ... Has been voted the coaches defen-
   with 10 receptions in a game.                                                                         sive MVP in two of the last three games.
• Missed the Toledo and App State games with an injury ... Returned to action versus Stony            • Had seven tackles, including a seven-yard sack, in the triple overtime win at Furman.
   Brook, catching three passes for 18 yards ... Also had three receptions for 20 yards at VMI.       • Added five tackles versus Eastern Kentucky.
• Had a season-high three punt returns for a season-high 26 yards versus Liberty.                     • At App State, picked off his third career pass and added four tackles.
• Named CollegeSportsMadness.com Big South Offensive Player of the Week and honorable                 • Credited with five stops, including a half TFL, versus Stony Brook.
   mention for National Wide Receiver of the Week by CollegeFootballPerformance.com for               • Played perhaps his best game at VMI, getting four tackles, including a half sack and his
   his play at Garner-Webb ... Caught 4 passes for 151 yards and two TDs ... The 151 receiving           second career pass breakup.
   yards ranks third (tied) on the CCU single-game list and his 171 all-purpose yards ranks           • Had a TFL versus Liberty.
   seventh (he added a 20-yard punt return) .. Of his four catches, one was 26-yard third down        • Only had three tackles at PC, but two went for losses.
   conversion, one was a 22-yard first down, one was a 22-yard TD and the last was an 81-             • Named National co-Defensive Player of the Week by CollegeFootballPerformance.com in
   yard TD to mark the longest reception in CCU history.                                                 leading the CCU defense versus Bethune-Cookman ... Only had four tackles, but had two
• Named National Punt Returner of the Week by CollegeFootballPerformance.com for his play                forced fumbles, a half sack and a 68-yard interception return for a TD ... The 68 yard INT
   at Presbyterian ... Had three punt returns for 93 yards, including an 87-yard return for a TD         return ranks as the second-longest in CCU history.
   to become the Big South’s all-time leader in punt return yards ... The 87 yards return ties for
   2nd in the CCU list and ties for third on the Big South list, as well as tying for third on the
   CCU list for longest scoring plays.                                                                     30          Quinn Backus                                            SO                 LB
• Led CCU with five receptions for 49 yards versus Charleston Southern.                               • ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATE, 4x Big South Defensive Player of the Week •
                                                                                                         Is the ONLY PLAYER in Big South history to be 5x off or def weekly winner
     24         Jeremy Height                                       SR                     RB         • BIG SOUTH DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR •
• SECOND TEAM ALL-BIG SOUTH •                                                                         • FIRST TEAM ALL-BIG SOUTH •
• Has 1,478 all-purpose yards to set the CCU single-season leader for all-purpose yards,              • Set the CCU single-season mark with 123 tackles in 11 games this season ... Added nine stops
   shattering the mark (1,166) set by Patrick Hall in 2004 when he was named Big South Of-                at Bethune-Cookman to give him 132 ... Previous CCU season record was 116 by Jamar
   fensive Player of the Year.                                                                            Leath in a 12-game 2006 season.
• Ranks 40th in the NCAA and second in the Big South in all-purpose runners, averaging                • Leads the team, ranks second in the Big South and 11th in the NCAA in tackles (11.0 avg. -
   123.92 ypg ... Ranks fourth in the Big South and 71st in the NCAA in rushing (69.33 ypg)               132 total) ... Has led CCU in tackles eight times this season and had double-digit tackles in
   ... Ranks 70th in the nation and third in the Big South in kickoff return average (21.23 yards         eight of 12 games this season, getting a seven stops versus Eastern Kentucky, “just” nine at
   per return).                                                                                           VMI, five in limited action at Presbyterian and nine at Bethune-Cookman.
• Over a four-game span (Stony Brook-Gardner-Webb), he helped CCU rush for over 200                   • IS THE ONLY PLAYER RANKED AMONG THE NATION’S TOP 30 IN TACKLES with AT LEAST
   yards each time, gaining 89, 97, 99 and 65 yards for a total of 350 yards (87.5 ypg)                   100 tackles (132), 5.0 tackles for loss (8.0), 2.0 sacks (2.5), 2 interceptions (2), 2 PBU (3),
   and is averaging an impressive 7.3 yards per carry (48 attempts) over the span with six                2 forced fumbles (3) and 2 fumbles received (2).
   rushing TDs and a 2-point conversion … Prior to the span with 5 TDs, Height only had               • Named Big South Defensive Player of the Week and CollegeSportsMadness.com Big South
   three career rushing TDs.                                                                              Defensive Player of the Week for his play at Furman ... Had a team-high 11 tackles, includ-
• In the opener, rushed a career-high 20 times for a career-high 109 yards — averaging an                 ing seven in the first half as CCU held the Paladins to six points and just 103 yards of offense
   impressive 5.4 yards per carry — with a TD, caught three passes for 37 yards and returned              ... Added a TFL, a fumble recovery and two PBU at Furman.
   a kickoff 19 yards giving him a team-high 165 all-purpose yards in the season-opening win          • Tallied 10 stops in the season-opening win over North Carolina A&T.
   over North Carolina A&T ... Height’s 20 attempts was the most by a Chanticleer since Eric          • Recorded seven tackles versus Eastern Kentucky.
   O’Neal had 21 carries versus Western Illinois in the first round of the 2010 NCAA FCS Cham-        • Named Big South Defensive Player of the Week and one of four National Defensive Play-
   pionship ... Height’s 22-yard rushing TD was a career long score for the senior ... Added a            ers of the Week by the College Sports Journal (Sept. 24) ... Led the Chanticleers with 13
   career-long 24 yard rush in the fourth quarter.                                                        tackles (nine solo and four assists) and came up with a key defensive play to help CCU trim
• Had a team-best 171 all-purpose yards at Furman ... Rushed for 46 on 18 attempts with a TD              its deficit to three with fewer than nine minutes to play ... With Coastal down 10 midway
   ... Added 121 yards on four kickoff returns, including a 63 yarder.                                    through the fourth, Backus stripped Toledo’s Cassius McDowell and recovered the fumble.
• Was effective versus Eastern Kentucky, but only rushed six times for 30 yards (5.0 per at-              Five plays later, CCU scored a touchdown to cut its deficit to three, 31-28.
   tempt) ... Added 95 yards on four kick returns.                                                    • At App State, had a team-high 13 tackles, tying his career best total from the previous week,
• Had 217 all-purpose yards at Toledo, the second-best, single-game total in CCU history                  while adding a half TFL.
   behind Mike Tolbert’s 266 vs. VMI in 2007 ... Rushed 10 times for 49 yards, including              • Credited with 12 stops versus Stony Brook, including a half TFL.
   a one-yard TD ... Caught five passes for 38 yards ... Returned six kickoffs for 130 yards.         • Named Big South Defensive Player of the Week, as well as CollegeSportsMadness.com Big
• Caught four pasaes for team-high 45 yards at App State, adding 13 rushes for 40 yards.                  South Defensive Player of the Week, for his performance at VMI ... Had a team-high nine
• Rushed for two touchdowns versus Stony Brook, the first time in his career he has scored                tackles, including a nine-yard sack that would eventually lead to a punt (CCU would block
   twice in a game ... Entering the game, he had only rushed for four career TDs, three of                the punt and score a TD on the play) ... Led a defense that only allowed 16 rushing yards,
   which came in 2012 ... Had 15 rushes for 898 yards (5.9 average) with TD runs of 26 and                the second-lowest single-game total by an opponent in CCU history.
   three yards.                                                                                       • Named College Sporting News National Co-Defensive Player of the Week and Big South
• Only played the first half and one drive in the third quarter at VMI ... Tallied 12 rushes for 97       Defensive Player of the Week in helping CCU hold Liberty to just 86 rushing yards —100
   yards in the first half, including a 19-yard touchdown ... Averaging 8.1 yards per carry ...
   Caught two passes for 19 yards.
• Once again saw limited action in a win, gaining 99 yards on 12 carries with two touchdowns
   versus Liberty.
                                                                                                        CHANTICLEERS IN THE NFL
• Had 100 all-purpose yards to set the CCU single-season mark at Gardner-Webb (65 rushing,              TYLER THIGPEN, QB ......................... BUFFALO BILLS
                                                                                                        Drafted: 7th Round (217th pick) by Minnesota Vikings (2007)
   8 receiving and 27 kick return) ... Averaged 7.2 yards per carry, gaining 65 yards on nine
                                                                                                        Vikings (2007); Chiefs (2007-09); Dolphins (2009-10); Bills (2011-pres.)
   attempts ... Had an eight-yard TD and added a two-point conversion out of the “Wildcat.”
• Only had 62 rushing yards at Presbyterian, but averaged 6.9 per carry.                                JEROME SIMPSON, WR ................MINNESOTA VIKINGS
• Had 14 rushes for 68 yards (4.9 avg.) with a TD versus Charleston Southern.                           Drafted: 2nd Round (46th pick) by Cincinnati Bengals (2008)
• Averaged 4.9 yards per carry in the Chants’ win at Bethune-Cookman, carrying the ball 16              Bengals (2008-11); Vikings (2012-pres.)
   times for 78 yards ... Added three catches for 11 yards.                                             MIKE TOLBERT, RB ..................CAROLINA PANTHERS
                                                                                                        Signed as Free Agent by San Diego Chargers (2008)
     25         LaDarius Hawthorne                                  JR                     CB           Chargers (2008-11); Panthers (2012-pres.)

• Ranks fourth in the Big South in interceptions (0.25 / 3 total)                                       JOSH NORMAN, CB...................CAROLINA PANTHERS
• Ranks third on the team with 59 tackles.                                                              Drafted: 5th Round (143rd pick) by Carolina Panthers (2012)
• Earned his first career start at Furman due to an injury to Tre Henderson ... Responded with          Chargers (2012-pres.)
   eight tackles and a PBU.                                                                             QUINTON TEAL, S
• Recorded a PBU and six stops versus Eastern Kentucky.                                                 Signed as Free Agent by Carolina Panthers (2007)
• Started at Toledo, registering a career-high nine tackles, and at App State.                          Panthers (2007-09), Chargers (2010-11)
• Named CollegeSportsMadness.com Big South Defensive Player of the Week for his play
   versus Liberty ... Picked off a pass and returned it 66 yards — the second-longest return in         MAURICE SIMPKINS, LB
                                                                                                        Signed as a Free Agent by the Green Bay Packers (2010)
   CCU history —for a touchdown on Liberty’s first drive of the game ... Added nine tackles,            Packers (2010)
   second-best on the team, to tied a career high, including a career-high seven solo stops.
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   yards below its season average ... Tallied a career-high 15 tackles (7 solo, 8 assisted) and
   recorded his first career interception ... Added 1.5 TFL, including 1.0 sack for 7 yards, as
   a forced fumble.                                                                                      COASTAL      IN THE     NCAA PLAYOFFS (CCU TRAILS 1-2)
• Led Coastal with 12 tackles at Gardner-Webb, adding 1.5 TFL and a half sack.
• Named Big South Defensive Player of the Week and CollegeSportsMadness Big South Defen-                 Date         Opponent                                     CCU Result CCU           Opp.
   sive Player of the Week after getting a career-high 16 tackles versus Charleston Southern
   ... Added 2.0 TFL for minus four yards, a forced fumble and an interception ...Pick came
                                                                                                         11-25-06 at #1 Appalachian State (1st Rd)                           L       28       45
   on the first drive of the game ... Forced Fumble came on CSU’s second drive of the game.              11-27-10         #21 Western Illinois (1st Rd)                      L       10       17
• At Bethune-Cookman, tallied nine stops and a pass breakup.
                                                                                                         11-24-12 at #22 Bethune-Cookman (1st Rd)                        W           24       14
     34         Marcus Whitener                                    SR                     RB             12-02-12 at #3 Old Dominion (2nd Rd)
• Played one series in the 2012 opener before missing the rest of that game and the fol-
   lowing six with injury.
• Returned to the field at VMI and showed no signs of rust ... Gained 45 yards on seven carries          COASTAL       VS.   RANKED FCS OPPONENTS (CCU TRAILS 5-9)
   (6.4 avg.) ... Over his last four games,averaged 7.9 yards per rush (44 carries for 349
   yards) with 7 TDs (two at Gardner-Webb, 2 at Presbyterian, 2 vs Charleston Southern                   Date         Opponent                                     CCU Result CCU           Opp.
   and 1 at Bethune-Cookman)
• Cemented CCU’s win at Gardner-Webb, seeing all of action in the fourth quarter with CCU                09-10-05         #1 James Madison                               W           31       27
   leading by eighth ... Had TDs runs of 10 and 39 yards ... Finished with 79 yards, his second-         10-01-05 at #17 South Carolina State                            W           24       23
   best career total, on just six carries for an average of 13.2 yards per attempt.
• Named honorable mention National running back of the Week by CollegeFootballPerformance.               09-16-06 at #24 Georgia Southern                                    L       21       38
   com for his play at Presbyterian ... had 13 carries for 143 yards with two touchdowns de-
   spite playing in just four offensive series ... The 143 rushing yards is the best by a CCU back
                                                                                                         10-07-06         #3 Furman                                      W           29       27
   this season and ninth-best in CCU history ... Only had three rushes for six yards late in the         11-25-06 at #1 Appalachian State (NCAA Playoffs)                    L       28       45
   second quarter before exploding for 137 rushing yards in the second half on 10 carries ... On
   CCU’s first drive of the third quarter, Whitener carried the ball six times for 65 yards during       09-22-07 at #8 James Madison                                        L       10       45
   the 8-play, 80-yard TD drive ... He had a 44-yard rush to start the drive and a 4-yard TD to          10-04-08         #20 Liberty                                        L       38       43
   cap it ... On CCU’s second drive of the third quarter, Whitener carried the ball all four times
   during the 4-play, 72-yard TD drive, including runs of 4, 6, 1 and 61 yards.                          10-02-10 at #11 Richmond                                            L       19       41
• Had 14 carries for 55 yards, with TD runs of 1 and 2 yards, versus Charleston Southern.
• Averaged 6.5 yards per carry at Bethuune-Cook, getting 11 carries for 72 yards with the team’s         11-13-10         #11 Liberty                                    W           45       31
   lone rushing TD of the game.                                                                          11-27-10         #21 Western Illinois (NCAA Playoffs)               L       10       17
                                                                                                         09-15-12         #20 Eastern Kentucky                               L       17       35
     35         Austin Cain                                        SO                       P
• Tied CCU single-game mark at Toledo and App State with nine punts at each contest ... The              09-29-12 at #16 Appalachian State                                   L       14       55
   343 punting yards at App ranks third on the CCU single-game list while the 329 at Toledo
                                                                                                         10-13-12         #11 Stony Brook                                    L       21       27
   is now fifth.
• Had three punts downed inside the App State 20, including one on the ASU 5, one on the                 11-24-12 at #22 Bethune-Cookman (NCAA Playoffs) W                           24       14
   ASU 3 and one on the ASU 10.
• Versus Stony Brook, had three punts for 117 yards (39.0 avg) with two downed inside the                12-02-12 at #3 Old Dominion (NCAA Playoffs)
   SBU 20 (the third was a touchback) ... Had a 52 yard punt … SBU attempted one return,
   but lost one yard.
• Of his four punts at VMI, three pinned the Keydets inside their own 20 ... Boomed a season-            COASTAL       VS.   CAA MEMBERS (CCU TRAILS 2-4)
   long 55 yard punt.
• Although he only averaged 28.4 yards per punt versus Liberty, four of his seven punts were             Date         Opponent                                      CCU Result CCU          Opp.
   fair caught for no return ... Converted a 2-point play as the holder.
• Only punt once at Presbyterian, but he helped CCU establish a Big South record by convert-             09-10-05         #1 James Madison                               W           31        27
   ing a pair of 2-point plays ... First, Cain threw a jump pass to Thomas Pauciello ... Second,         09-22-07 at #8 James Madison                                        L       10        45
   Cain ran it in himself.
• Converted his fourth 2-point play versus Charleston Southern ... On the first score of the             09-20-08         Towson                                         W           31         3
   second half, CCU lined up in the Muddle Huddle and Cain took the snap and ran it in.
                                                                                                         09-19-09 at Towson                                                  L       17        21
     37         Pernell Williams                                   SO                       S            09-11-10 at Towson                                        5OT       L       45        47
• Ranks fourth on the team in tackles (53 total, 4.4 average).                                           10-02-10 at #11 Richmond                                            L       19        41
• Tallied seven tackles, including two for losses with a 10-yard sack, in the win over North
   Carolina A&T.                                                                                         12-01-12 at #3 Old Dominion (NCAA Playoffs)
• Had a TFL versus Eastern Kentucky and ranks seventh in the Big South averaging 0.75 TFL/
   per game this season.
• Had a then career-high eight stops with a PBU at Toledo.
• Posted a career-high 13 tackles versus Stony Brook (he only had 22 tackles in the first five
                                                                                                          46         Alex Catron                                        SO                PK/P
                                                                                                     • Won the placekicking job after an intense battle through preseason ... Also handles the kickoff
   games combined).
                                                                                                         duties ... Split time as the kickoff specialist in 2011 and had five punts.
• Had six stops and his first career pick at Gardner-Webb ... INT set stage for the win.
                                                                                                     • Ranks fifth in the Big South — second among kickers — in scoring 5.67 ppg.
• Tied for the team high with five tackles at Presbyterian.
                                                                                                     • Named the Big South co-Special Teams Player of the of the Week (Sept. 10) ... Scored 13
                                                                                                         points, making all four PATs and 3-of-4 field goals ... On a sloppy field, connected from 38,
     40         Andrae Jacobs                                      SR                     LB             35 and 45 yards - the last coming as time expired in regulation to force overtime ... Made
• Two-time first team All-Big South in 2010 and ‘11 and was the 2010 Big South Defensive                 both PATs in the first two overtime periods.
   Player of the Year.                                                                               • In week one, made all five kicks —three PATs and two FGs.
• Has been a game captain a team-bets eight times this season, including each of the last            • Split the uprights from 45 yards and made both PATs versus Eastern Kentucky.
   seven games.                                                                                      • Started the season with 26 consecutive PAT makes before missing his first two at Gardner-
• Had a half TFL in the season-opening win over North Carolina A&T, giving him 25.0 for his              Webb ... Made his last 11 to start a new streak (4 at PC, 4 vs CSU and 3 at B-CU).
   career — fourth on the CCU all-time list.
• Had a team-high five solo stops and six overall tackles versus Eastern Kentucky.
• Only had one tackle versus Stony Brook, coming on kick coverage, but that one was highlight
                                                                                                          48         Tyler McCarthy                                     JR                    FS
                                                                                                     • Assumed the role of starting free safety due to the injury to Richie Sampson.
   worthy as the crowd responded to the big hit.
                                                                                                     • Has been a stalwart on special teams throughout his career.
• Played a hybrid stand-up outside linebacker/defensive end at VMI ... Kept constant pressure
                                                                                                     • Tallied a then career-high four tackles versus Eastern Kentucky.
   on the Keydet quarterback ... Was officially credited with two tackles and one QB hurry.
                                                                                                     • Had a career-high six tackles and his first, and only, PBU at Appalachian State.
• Saw his most extensive action versus Charleston Southern as CCU used a three-linebacker
                                                                                                     • In his first career start, tallied a career-high 11 tackles and added a PBU at Gardner-Webb
   set throughout the game ... Tallied 10 tackles, including a TFL ... Set the tone early with a
                                                                                                         … Primarily a special teams regular over his three years, McCarthy only had 18 tackles this
   big hit on the opening kickoff.
                                                                                                         season and a total of just 23 for his career prior to GWU.
• Only credited with one tackle, but it was an eight-yard sack at Bethune-Cookman
                                                                                                     • In the season finale, recorded six tackles, including a key five-yard tackle for loss when CSU
                                                                                                         went for it on fourth down late in the first quarter.
                                                                                                     • Led CCU with 10 tackles at Bethune-Cookman, adding a PBU
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                         COASTAL CAROLINA FOOTBALL NOTES
     50         Jeffery Salley                                     JR                     DT         • 2012 Preseason All-Big South ... Named second team All-Big South in 2011.
                                                                                                     • 52 receptions in 2012 ranks second on the CCU season list, trailing Jerome Simpson’s 61
• Owns one of the team’s top GPAs (3.659) in computer science.
                                                                                                         set in a 12-game 2006 season.
• Made three stops in each of his first two games of 2012.
                                                                                                     • Ranks fourth in the Big South in receptions per game (4.33) and in receiving yards per
• Doubled that total with a career-high six tackles versus Eastern Kentucky and had four at
                                                                                                         game (53.67).
    App State.
                                                                                                     • In the season opener, caught three passes for 57 yards, including a 33-yard TD.
• In general, wrecked havoc at the line of scrimmage versus Liberty ... Specificlaly, came away
                                                                                                     • At Furman, had a career-high seven receptions with a career-high 128 yards receiving ... In
    with five tackles.
                                                                                                         clutch time, he caught a 20-yard pass on CCU’s final drive to help set-up a game-tying field
• While Quinn Backus was the league’s Defensive Player of the Week, Salley was the coaches
                                                                                                         goal as time expired ... In the first overtime, caught a 35-yard pass to the Furman one, set-
    defensive MVP of the Charleston Southern game ... Had three tackles and a TFL, but did his
                                                                                                         ting up CCU’s first score ... In the second overtime, caught a 25-yard TD.
    job up front to allow the linebackers to make plays.
                                                                                                     • In week three versus Eastern Kentucky, hauled in six passes for 63 yards, including a five-yard
                                                                                                         TD to make the score 21-14 to start the third quarter.
     55         Arthur Kelley                                      JR                     DT         • Caught four passes for 45 yards at Toledo and four for 31 at App State.
• Was injured in the fourth game of 2010 and missed the remainder of the season ... Suffered         • Hauled in six passes for 98 yards versus Stony Brook ... The 98 yards was his second-best
   a season-ending injury during fall camp of 2011.                                                      effort of his career (and season) and marked the fourth time he has had at least 90 receiv-
• Has played in all eight games in 2012 both as a back-up on the defensive line and as one of            ing yards in a game.
   the three personal punter protectors.                                                             • Caught a team-high six passes, gaining 67 yards, at Gardner-Webb.
• Tallied his first career sack at VMI.                                                              • Caught six passes for 78 yards with two TDs at Presbyterian.
• Tied his season high with three tackles versus Liberty, including a half TFL.                      • Made an impressive leaping catch for a 3-yard TD and to put Coastal up 14-0 at Bethune-
                                                                                                         Cookman .. Finished with three catches for 29 yards.

     57         Kevin Hart                                         SO                 OG/C
• Joined Coastal in January 2011, coming from Hargrave Military ... Went through spring drills            91         Johnny Hartsfield                                  SR                    DT
    and played in all 11 games as a true freshman in 2011 ... Served primarily as the back-up        • FIRST TEAM ALL-BIG SOUTH •
    center, while playing both guard spots.                                                          • Despite Quinn Backus earning Big South Defensive Player of the Week honors at Furman, the
• Played in all seven games in 2012, seeing more and more action each game progressed until             CCU staff named Hartsfield the team’s Defensive MVP ... Had five tackles, including a TFL,
    moving into the starting lineup due to Jamey Cheatwood’s injury as the starting left guard.         but allowed linebackers Backus and Mike McClure to make numerous plays.
• In his first start, helped CCU rush for over 200 yards for a third straight game and he led the    • Only had two tackles, which included an eight-yard sack and a forced fumble.
    way for Jeremy Height’s second rushing TD.                                                       • Named Big South Special Teams Player of the Week (11/5) ... Blocked a PAT in the first
                                                                                                        quarter at Gardner-Webb, keeping CCU within seven at the time and proving key later as
     66         Pat Williams                                       SR                       C           CCU led by just one, 34-33, to start the fourth quarter ... Added three tackles and a PBU.
                                                                                                     • Battled injury during the Bethune-Cookman game, but still played well.
• ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATE •
• FIRST TEAM ALL-BIG SOUTH •                                                                              93         Dominique Whiteside                                SR                    DE
• Started all 12 games this season, has started 26 straight and 33 of his 41 games played over       • Played defense for his first two seasons before moving to tight end in 2011 and the first half
   his career                                                                                           of 2012 ... Returned to the defensive side of the ball for Stony Brook.
• The anchor and leader for Coastal’s front five, he is the team’s lone senior offensive lineman.    • Played both defensive end and tight end during the Bethune-Cookman game and is just the
• Had a grade of 91% for the season, the highest by a CCU lineman over the last three years,            second Chanticleer to play both offense and defense in the same game, joining Santini
   thanks to a team-best 57 knock-down blocks and allowing just one sack this season.                   Washington.
• With Williams as the starting center, CCU has ranked among the nation’s top 30 in fewest           • Caught a nine-yard pass versus Eastern Kentucky.
   sacks allowed three times (3rd in 2010 with 0.58 avg., 13th in 2011 with 1.0 avg. and 30th        • Had two tackles, including his first career TFL, at VMI.
   in 2012 with 1.5 avg.).                                                                           • Also had two tackles, including a TFL, with a pass breakup versus Liberty.
                                                                                                     • Ranked fourth on the team with six tackles versus Charleston Southern.
     73         Chad Hamilton                                      SO                     LT
• SECOND TEAM ALL-BIG SOUTH •                                                                             95         Quinton Davis                                      SR                    DE
• Has played in 22 games straight, including 15 starts, before missing the Bethune-Cookman           • FIRST TEAM ALL-BIG SOUTH •
   game due to in jury suffered during the regular-season finale vs Charleston Southern ...          • Has started 33 of his 36 career games played, giving up a start in the 2011 season finale to
   Played left guard in 2011 and moved to left tackle for 2012.                                         allow a senior to start.
• Dressed for the Bethune-Cookman game but did not play after suffering an injury in the sec-        • Helped CCU lead the Big South in sacks as he ranks third with 0.38 (4.5 total) ... Has a
   ond finale versus Charleston Southern.                                                               TFL in six of his last seven games.
                                                                                                     • Turned in five tackles versus Eastern Kentucky ... Followed that with a season-high six stops,
     75         Mo Ashley                                          SO                    RG             including a five-yard sack, at Toledo.
                                                                                                     • Tallied a career-high eight tackles versus Stony Brook … Of his eight stops, 1.5 went for
• Has played in 23 straight games, starting all 12 in 2012 at right guard.
                                                                                                        loss of eight yards … Had a half TFL in the second quarter … In the fourth, when the CCU
                                                                                                        needed a stop to have a chance to win, Davis was in on a tackle for a gain of one to force
     78         Drew Herring                                       JR                     RT            3rd and 3 … On the next play, Davis dropped Miguel Maysonet for a loss of seven yards to
• Saw action mostly on special teams in 2010 and ‘11                                                    force a punt. (Coastal would drive to the SBU 16 on the ensuing drive before fumbling to
• Starter at right tackle for 2012 ... Left the Bethune-Cookman game with an injury ... Status for      give SBU the ball back).
   Old Dominion is still in question.                                                                • Had five tackles at Gardner-Webb, including two sacks ... The sacks came on the same se-
                                                                                                        ries, the final drive for GWU in the third quarter, forcing a punt and setting the stage for a
                                                                                                        dominant CCU fourth quarter.
     79         Will Middleton                                     JR                     RT         • Tallied at sack at Presbyterian.
• Was Chad Hamilton’s backup versus Charleston Southern and got the starting nod at Bethune-         • Had four stop, including a half sack versus Charleston Southern.
   Cookman.                                                                                          • Ranked third on the team with six tackles at Bethune-Cookman, getting a half TFL and a
• Played in 10 games in 2011, splitting time between tight end and tackle ... Caught a TD in            fumble recovery.
   his only career reception.


     80         Chris Presley                                      SR                    WR               99         Marcus Crowder                                     FR                    DT
                                                                                                     • Recorded his first career sack versus Eastern Kentucky.
• One of the team’s top playmakers over his career, missed the first two contests and all of         • Credited with a season-high three tackles at VMI.
   preseason camp with an injury.                                                                    • Only had one tackle versus Liberty, but it was a five-yard loss.
• Returned to the lineup versus Eastern Kentucky but did not catch a pass ... Saw most exten-        • Had no tackles versus Charleston Southern, but was credited with two QB hurries and one
   sive action of the season at App State.                                                              PBU.
• Caught his first pass of the season in the win over Liberty, a three-yard TD reception for his     • Had two tackles, including a sack, adding a quarterback hurry as well.
   fifth career TD.


     84         Matt Hazel                                         JR                    WR
• FIRST TEAM ALL-BIG SOUTH •
• One of the nation’s top playmakers ... Great body control and hands allow him to win many
   balls in the air ... Quickly moving up the CCU career lists ... Ranks second on the CCU career
   list with 14 receiving TDs ... His 104 receptions ranks second and 1,408 receiving yards
   ranks third on the CCU career lists ... His 17 career TD catches is second on the CCU list.
        AT #4 OLD DOMINION — DEC. 1, 2012 — 2:00 PM — NCAA PLAYOFF 2ND ROUND


 COASTAL CAROLINA FOOTBALL NOTES
ALL TIME 100-PLUS YARD RUSHING
      Yds   Name (Attempts)            Opponent                 Date         2012 COASTAL CAROLINA SCORING DRIVES
 1.   244   Mike Tolbert (13)          VMI                      10-27-07
 2.   202   Aundres Perkins (34)       at North Greenville      09-25-03   Plays Yards Time   Opponent      How Ended
 3.   201   Patrick Hall (17)          at Davidson              11-08-03     9    77 3:36     NC A&T        Hillary 1-yrd run
 4.   195   Patrick Hall (20)          Charleston Southern      11-20-04     6    57 2:00     NC A&T        Height 22-yd run
 5.   171   Patrick Hall (17)          Savannah State           11-06-04     9    55 3:36     NC A&T        Catron 29-yd FG
 6.   157   Tommy Fraser (23)          Presbyterian             11-14-09    10    75 4:02     NC A&T        Hazel 33-yd pass from Hillary
      157   Patrick Hall (19)          Jacksonville             11-13-04    —     —      —    NC A&T        SAFETY by Allen
 8.   151   Mike Tolbert (8)           at VMI                   10-14-06    10    62 5:34     NC A&T        Catron 30-yd FG
 9.   143   MARCUS WHITENER (13)       PRESBYTERIAN             11-10-12
10.   133   Jamie Fordham (13)         Presbyterian             10-20-07    12    79 4:45     at Furman     Hillary 1-yd run
11.   130   Eric O’Neal (23)           North Carolina A&T       09-26-09     7    52 3:13     at Furman     Catron 38-yd FG
12.   127   Patrick Hall (25)          at Charleston Southern   11-19-05     6    12 2:15     at Furman     Taliaferro 1-yd run
14.   119   Tyler Thigpen (10)         at Gardner-Webb          11-11-06    —     —      —    at Furman     PAT RETURN, McClure 100-yd int return
14.   117   Aundres Perkins (20)       at Jacksonville          09-20-03     6    19 3:34     at Furman     Catron 35-yd FG
15.   116   Ren McKinnon (7)           Charleston Southern      11-20-04     4    40 0:35     at Furman     Catron 45-yd FG
16.   115   ARAMIS HILLARY (14)        CHARLESTON SOUTHERN      11-17-12     3    25 — OT1    at Furman     Height 1-yd run
      115   Eric O’Neal (17)           Colgate                  09-07-08     1    25 — OT2    at Furman     Hazel 25-yd pass from Hillary
18.   114   Aramis Hillary (14)        VMI                      10-08-11
                                                                             2    25 — OT3    at Furman     Bennett 26-yd pass from Hillary
      114   Aundres Perkins (23)       Davidson                 09-11-04
20.   112   Tyler Thigpen (11)         VMI                      10-29-05     8    69 2:51     EKU           Mastromatteo 8-yd pass from Hillary
21.   109   JEREMY HEIGHT (20)         NORTH CAROLINA A&T       09-01-12     9    62 3:40     EKU           Hazel 5-yd pass from Ross
      109   Travis Small (18)          at Western Carolina      11-19-11    12    40 5:49     EKU           Catron 45-yd FG
      109   Jamie Fordham (22)         Delaware State           09-24-05     8    80 2:04     at Toledo     Height 1-yd run
24.   107   Mike Tolbert (10)          Liberty                  10-23-04
                                                                             7    67 2:28     at Toledo     Pauciello 25-yd pass from Hillary
25.   106   Marcus Whitener (13)       at Charleston Southern   11-12-11
26.   105   Aundres Perkins (12)       at Savannah State        10-25-03
                                                                             6    75 1:47     at Toledo     Bennett 19-yd pass from Hillary
27.   103   Patrick Hall (19)          at Gardner-Webb          10-30-04     5    36 1:20     at Toledo     Blanks 17-yd pass from Hillary
28.   102   Eric O’Neal (24)           Liberty                  11-13-10     9    71 3:06     at App St.    Blanks 20-yd pass from Hillary
29.   101   Aundres Perkins (15)       Gardner-Webb             10-04-03     9    75 2:19     at App St.    Duran 2-yd pass from Hillary
30.   100   Arthur Sitton (6)          North Carolina Central   10-18-08     8    75 2:54     Stony Brook   Bennett 24-yd pass from Hillary
      100   Mike Tolbert (16)          Gardner-Webb             11-10-07
                                                                             6    80 2:25     Stony Brook   Height 26-yd run
                                                                            10    78 3:06     Stony Brook   Height 3-yd run
ALL TIME 100-PLUS YARD RECEIVING                                             7    68 2:27     at VMI        Height 19-yd run
      Yds   Name (Receptions)          Opponent                 Date
                                                                             8    86 2:03     at VMI        Taliaferro 16-yd run
 1.   207   Jerome Simpson (8)         at Georgia Southern      09-16-06
 2.   162   Jerome Simpson (10)        James Madison            09-10-05
                                                                             8    63 2:30     at VMI        Bennett 10-yd pass from Hillary
 3.   151   NICCOLO MASTROMATTEO (4)   AT GARDNER-WEBB          11-03-12    —     —      —    at VMI        Boyles 4-yd blocked punt return
      151   Jerome Simpson (9)         Furman                   10-07-06    13    50 5:53     at VMI        Catron 30-yd FG
 5.   145   Marquel Willis (7)         Liberty                  10-04-08     9    46 3:59     at VMI        Clayton 29-yd FG
      145   Jerome Simpson (6)         Liberty                  10-28-06    —     —      —    Liberty       Hawthrone 66-yd interception return
 7.   144   Brandon Whitley (8)        Liberty                  11-13-10     9    87 3:48     Liberty       Height 46-yd run
 8.   132   Jerome Simpson (7)         at Appalachian State     11-25-06     6    67 1:55     Liberty       Height 2-yd run
 9.   128   MATT HAZEL (7)             AT FURMAN                09-08-12
                                                                            10    86 4:42     Liberty       Presley 3-yd pass from Hillary
10.   114   NICCOLO MASTROMATTEO (7)   NORTH CAROLINA A&T       09-01-12
11.   110   Rodney Burgess (10)        at Jacksonville          09-20-03
                                                                             3    11 1:35     Liberty       Small 3-yd pass from Ross
12.   109   Santini Washington (2)     at Wofford               09-09-06    11    75 3:36     at GWU        Height 8-yd run
13.   108   Jerome Simpson (4)         Charleston (WV)          10-09-04     5    63 1:55     at GWU        Mastromatteo 22-yd pass from Ross
14.   107   Jerome Simpson (6)         Charleston Southern      11-18-06     8    68 4:26     at GWU        Taliaferro 9-yd run
15.   101   Brandon Whitley (6)        at Richmond              10-02-10     3    77 0:56     at GWU        Bennett 60-yd pass form Ross
16.   100   Chris Presley (6)          VMI                      10-08-11     3    99 1:14     at GWU        Mastromatteo 81-yd pass from Ross
                                                                            10    50 3:13     at GWU        Taliaferro 7-yd run
ALL TIME 250-PLUS YARD PASSING                                               5    33 2:13     at GWU        Whitener 10-yd run
      Yds   Name                       Opponent                 Date         4    59 2:15     at GWU        Whitener 39-yd run
 1.   382   Zach MacDowall             Liberty                  11-13-10     9    72 3:00     at PC         Jones 10-yd pass from Hillary
      382   Zach MacDowall             Liberty                  10-04-08     –     –     –    at PC         Mastromatteo 87-yd punt return
 3.   356   ARAMIS HILLARY             AT TOLEDO                09-22-12
 4.   351   Tyler Thigpen              at Appalachian State     11-25-06
                                                                             8    76 2:49     at PC         Hazel 23-yd pass from Hillary
 5.   342   ALEX ROSS                  AT GARDNER-WEBB          11-03-12     5    63 2:02     at PC         Duran 43--yd pass from Hillary
 6.   332   Zach MacDowall             Gardner-Webb             11-07-09     2    66 1:00     at PC         Bennett 50-yd pass from Hillary
 7.   325   Tyler Thigpen              Charleston Southern      11-18-06    11    81 2:45     at PC         Hazel 11-yd pass from Hillary
 8.   316   Tyler Thigpen              at Georgia Southern      09-16-06     8    80 4:03     at PC         Whitener 4-yd run
 9.   314   Zach MacDowall             Georgia Southern         09-18-10     4    72 1:58     at PC         Whitener 61-yd run
10.   312   Tyler Thigpen              Elon                     09-02-06    13    55 8:06     at PC         Ross 10-yd run
11.   306   Zach MacDowall             Stony Brook              10-25-08
                                                                             6    37 2:17     CSU           Taliaferro 2-yd run
      306   Tyler Thigpen              at Gardner-Webb          11-11-06
12.   301   William Richardson         Winston-Salem State      09-08-07
                                                                             7    39 2:24     CSU           Hillary 4-yd run
14.   292   ARAMIS HILLARY             AT FURMAN                09-08-12    11    58 4:11     CSU           Height 2-yd run
      292   Zach MacDowall             Western Illinois         11-27-10    10    70 4:28     CSU           Whitener 1-yd run
      292   Zach MacDowall             at Gardner-Webb          11-08-08    —     —      —    CSU           PAT RETURN, Johnson 100-yd int return
17.   288   Tyler Thigpen              at Wofford               09-09-06    10    68 4:54     CSU           Whitener 2-yd run
18.   287   Tyler Thigpen              James Madison            09-10-05     7    37 1:32     CSU           Catron 36-yd FG
19.   279   Tyler Thigpen              at Winston-Salem State   09-30-06     6    75 2:07     B-CU          Whitener 14-yd run
20.   274   ARAMIS HILLARY             NORTH CAROLINA A&T       09-01-12
                                                                             9    58 3:49     B-CU          Hazel 3-yd pass from Hillary
      274   Tyler Thigpen              Furman                   10-07-06
22.   271   ARAMIS HILLARY             STONY BROOK              10-13-12
                                                                             5    25 2:41     B-CU          Catron 35-yd FG
23.   261   ARAMIS HILLARY             PRESBYTERIAN             11-10-12    —     —      —    B-CU          Houston 68-yd INT Return
24.   257   Tyler Thigpen              Liberty                  10-28-06
25.   255   Aramis Hillary             at North Carolina A&T    09-24-11
26.   254   Zach MacDowall             at VMI                   11-06-10
                                 AT #4 OLD DOMINION — DEC. 1, 2012 — 2:00 PM — NCAA PLAYOFF 2ND ROUND


                          COASTAL CAROLINA FOOTBALL NOTES
 IN THE NCAA/BIG SOUTH RANKINGS                                                                       COASTAL CAROLINA LONGEST SCORING DRIVES
                                                                                                      YARDS                                                             HOW ENDED
                           NCAA FCS                                      BIG SOUTH CONFERENCE             99     at Gardner-Webb (3 plays, 99 yards,1:14)               81 yd pass Ross-Mastromatteo
Category                  Rank   Stat    NCAA FCS LEADER STAT           Rank Leader         Stat          99     at VMI 2010 (7 plays, 99 yards, 3:05)                  18 yd pass MacDowall-Willis
Rushing Offense             24 200.17    Ga. Southern          392.18    3   Stony Brook     288.25       97     at Gardner-Webb 2006 (8 plays, 3:54)                   3 yd Mike Tolbert run
Passing Offense             43 229.08    Stephen F. Austin 385.45        1   Coastal Caro.   229.08       97     vs. Newberry 2003 (11 plays, 4:01)                     9 yd Eushaun Tally run
                                                                                                          96     vs. Gardner-Webb 2005 (13 plays, 5:22)                 2 yd Aundres Perkins run
Total Offense               23 429.25    Old Dominion          538.27    2   Stony Brook     452.75       96     vs. Mansfield 2005 (7 plays, 2:53)                     3 yd Aundres Perkins run
Scoring Offense             16   34.25   Sam Houston St.        44.55    2   Stony Brook      37.50       96     vs. Davidson 2004 (7 plays, 2:34)                      45 yd pass Thigpen-Simpson
Rushing Defense             86 183.67    North Dakota St.       67.09    3   Liberty         126.09       95     vs. Georgia Southern 2010 (7 plays, 1:36)              34 yd pass MacDowall-Willis
Pass Efficiency Defense     94 136.53    N.C. A&T               97.88    5   Stony Brook     112.86       94     vs. Liberty 2010 (7 plays, 4:07)                       16 yd Racheed Gause run
                                                                                                          93     vs. Gardner-Webb 2011 (8 plays, 3:10)                  2 yd Travis Small run
Total Defense               85 403.33    North Dakota St. 195.73         5   Stony Brook     294.67       93     vs. James Madison 2005 (11 plays, 1:44)                8 yd pass Thigpen-Parks
Scoring Defense             56   25.50   North Dakota St.       11.82    3   Stony Brook      15.50       92     vs. Stony Brook 2010 (8 plays, 3:08)                   24 yd pass Hillary-Willis
Net Punting                100   32.27   UC Davis               41.36    6   Presbyterian     36.26       91     vs. Liberty 2008 (15 plays, 4:05)                      14 yd pss MacDowall-Willis
Punt Returns                24   11.06   N.C. Central           24.50    2   Gardner-Webb     15.22       90     vs. Delaware State 2010 (7 plays, 2:24)                24 yd pass D. Davis-Whitley
                                                                                                          90     at Liberty 2007 (10 plays, 3:46)                       1 yd Arthur Sittton run
Kickoff Returns             29   21.93   UC Davis               26.35    1   Coastal Caro.    21.93
                                                                                                      PLAYS                                                             HOW ENDED
Turnover Margin             32     .42   Richmond                2.00    1   Coastal Caro.      .42       17     vs. Liberty 2008 (48 yards, 6:24)                      42 yd Durham FG
Pass Defense                71 219.67    North Dakota St. 128.64         6   Charleston So. 145.55        15     six times
Passing Efficiency          17 144.99    Cal Poly              176.38    2   Stony Brook     171.80   TIME                                                              HOW ENDED
Sacks                       54    2.00   Harvard                 4.20    1   Coastal Caro.     2.00     8:28     at Clemson 2009 (15 plays, 64 yards)                   31 yd Durham FG
                                                                                                        8:06     at Presbyterian (13 plays, 55 yards)                   10 yd Alex Ross run
Tackles For Loss            73    5.42   Mississippi Val.        8.91    5   Stony Brook       6.92     7:39     vs. Liberty 2004 (14 plays, 62 yards)                  2 yd Aundres Perkins run
Sacks Allowed               30    1.50   Citadel                  .18    3   Stony Brook        .67     7:20     vs. Furman 2011(15 plays, 79 yards)                    4 yd Aramis Hillary run
                                                                                                        7:18     at Furman 2007 (15 plays, 80 yards)                    16 yd pass Richardson-Washington
RUSHING
Jeremy Height               71   69.33   Zenner (S Dak St.) 166.50       4   Maysonet        156.75
                                                                                                      COASTAL CAROLINA SHORTEST SCORING DRIVES
Aramis Hillary                   47.45                                   9                            YARDS (TD DRIVES ONLY)                                            HOW ENDED
                                                                                                           2 vs. Charleston Southern 2004 (2 plays, 0:40)               1 yd Aundres Perkins run
                                                                                                           3 at Charleston Southern 2007 (1 play, 0:04)                 3 yd Mike Tolbert run
PASSING EFFICIENCY (MIN. 15 ATT./GAME)                                                                     5 vs. Georgia Southern 2007 (2 plays, 0:46)                  6 yd Mike Tolbert run
Aramis Hillary              21 142.71    Essington (SBU) 175.83          2   Essington       175.83
                                                                                                           5 vs. Savannah State 2004 (2 plays, 0:45)                    1 yd Josh Bauer run
                                                                                                           5 vs. Charleston (WV) 2003 (2 plays, 0:09)                   5 yd Patrick Hall run
TOTAL OFFENSE                                                                                         PLAYS (TD DRIVES ONLY—OT EXCLUDED)                                HOW ENDED
Aramis Hillary              23 257.73    Heinicke (ODU)        412.27    1   Hillary         257.73        1 at VMI 2008 (21 yards, 0:09)                               21 yd Eric O’Neal run
                                                                                                           1 at Charleston Southern 2007 (3 yards, 0:04)                3 yd Mike Tolbert run
RECEPTIONS PER GAME                                                                                        1 vs. VMI 2007 (86 yards, 0:17)                              86 yd Mike Tolbert run
Matt Hazel                        4.33   Lora (Eastern Ill.)    11.33    4   Kelly             7.27        1 vs. Georgia Southern 2007 (61 yards, 0:10)                 61 yd Jamie Fordham run
Niccolo Mastromatteo              4.30                                   5                                 1 at VMI 2006 (80 yards, 0:34)                               80 yd Mike Tolbert run
DeMario Bennett                   3.42                                   9                                 1 at Savannah State 2005 (60 yards, 0:10)                    60 yd pass Thigpen-Simpson
                                                                                                           1 vs. Charleston Southern 2004 (68 yards, 0:10)              68 yd Patrick Hall run
RECEIVING YARDS PER GAME                                                                                   1 vs. Jacksonville 2004 (7 yards, 0:05)                      7 yd Patrick Hall run
Matt Hazel                       53.67   Lora (Eastern Ill.) 138.67      4   Norrell         108.50        1 at VMI 2004 (30 yards, 0:08)                               30 yd pass Thigpen-Parks
Niccolo Mastromatteo             50.00                                   5                                 1 vs. North Greenville 2004 (44 yards, 0:10)                 44 yd Patrick Hall run
DeMario Bennett                  48.25                                   6                                 1 at Morehead State 2004 (11 yards, 0:08)                    16 yd pass Thigpen-Simpson
                                                                                                           1 at Charleston Southern 2003 (22 yards, 0:06)               22 yd pass Thigpen-D. Williams
INTERCEPTIONS                                                                                         TIME (TD DRIVES ONLY)                                             HOW ENDED
Dontavais Johnson         T-40     .33   Ericksen (Illinois St.) .64     2 Anderson             .42     0:04 at Charleston Southern 2007 (1 play, 3 yards)              3 yd Mike Tolbert run
LaDarius Hawthorne                 .25                                   4                              0:05 vs. Jacksonville 2004 (1 play, 7 yards)                    7 yd Patrick Hall run
Johnnie Houston                    .17                                  T-9                             0:06 at Charleston Southern 2003 (1 play, 22 yards)             22 yd pass Thigpen-Williams
Quinn Backus                       .17                                  T-9                             0:08 at VMI 2004 (1 play, 30 yards)                             30 yd pass Thigpen-Parks
                                                                                                        0:08 at Morehead State 2004 (1 play, 11 yards)                  16 yd pass Thigpen-Simpson
PUNTING (MIN. 3.6 PUNTS/GAME)
Austin Cain                 97   36.29   Wilder (NAU)           46.33    6   Lindsey          42.79     LONGEST SCORING PLAYS IN COASTAL HISTORY
                                                                                                      NOTE: Mike McClure had a 100-yard interception return at Furman 2012 and Dontavais Johnson matched
                                                                                                            the feat vs. Charleston Southern 2012 for defensive 2-pt conversions but the NCAA does not include
PUNT RETURNS (MIN. 1.2 RET./GAME)                                                                           those yards (int return nor misc.). Also, Sean Lundy picked up a Quinton Teal blocked PAT and
Niccolo Mastromatteo        10   12.08   Shanks (NAU)           19.82    1   Mastromatteo     12.08         returned it 80 yards vs. Furman 2007 for a def. 2-pt conversion.
                                                                                                       1.   94   Tarvorris Jolly          Blocked FG (J. Norman) Return    vs. Delaware State (09-25-10)
KICKOFF RETURNS (MIN. 1.2 RET./GAME)                                                                   2.   91   Niccolo Mastromatteo     Punt Return                      vs. Charleston Southern (11-20-10)
Jeremy Height               70   21.23   Williams (Furman) 35.88         3   Ruff             23.06    3.   81   Niccolo Mastromatteo     Punt Return                      at Presbyterian (11-10-12)
                                                                                                            87   Greg Williamson          Punt Return                      at Davidson (11-08-03)
FIELD GOALS                                                                                            5.   86   Tre Henderson            Kickoff Return                   vs. Gardner-Webb (10-22-11)
Alex Catron               T-68     .75   Murray (Fordham)        2.27    3   Skiffington       1.00         86   Mike Tolbert             Rush                             vs. VMI (10-27-07)
                                                                                                       7.   85   Arthur Sitton            Kickoff Return                   vs. VMI (10-27-07)
                                                                                                       8.   81   Niccolo Mastromatteo     Pass from Alex Ross              at Garnder-Webb (11-03-12)
SCORING                                                                                                9.   80   Mike Tolbert             Rush                             at VMI (10-14-06)
Alex Catron                       5.67   McCarney (Colgate) 11.67        5   Maysonet         11.50         80   Santini Washington       Pass from Tyler Thigpen          at Wofford (09-09-06)
Jeremy Height                     5.17                                   8                            11.   77   Tyler Thigpen            Rush                             vs. VMI (10-29-05)
                                                                                                      12.   75   Jamar Anderson           Pass from William Richardson     vs. Presbyterian (10-20-07)
ALL-PURPOSE RUNNERS                                                                                   13.   70   Mike Tolbert             Rush                             vs. Liberty (10-28-06)
Jeremy Height               40 123.92    Varga (Yale)          194.25    2   Maysonet        186.08         70   Patrick Hall             Rush                             vs. Savannah State (11-06-04)
                                                                                                            70   Chris McDonald           Rush                             vs. Charleston, WVa (10-09-04)
SACKS                                                                                                 LONGEST NON-SCORING PLAYS IN COASTAL HISTORY
Quinton Davis                      .38   Thurmond (UAPB)         1.55    3   Dickson            .55    1.   87   Tre Henderson            Kickoff Return                   at Appalachian State (09-29-12)
Quinn Backus                       .21                                   9                             2.   82   David Parker             Kickoff Return                   vs. Jacksonville (11-13-04)
                                                                                                       3.   78   Jeremy Height            Kickoff Return                   vs. Charleston Southern (11-20-10)
TACKLES                                                                                                4.   76   Tyler Thigpen            Rush                             at Gardner-Webb (11-11-06)
Quinn Backus                11   11.00   McCabe (Gtown)         14.45    2   Burch            12.56    5.   74   Quinton Teal             Interception                     at Savannah State (11-05-05)
Mike McClure                      6.58                                   8                             6.   67   Arthur Sitton            Rush                             vs. Towson (09-20-08)
                                                                                                       7.   66   Tre Henderson            Kickoff Return                   vs. N.C. A&T (09-01-12)
                                                                                                       8.   64   Dominique Davenport      Blocked FG (J. Norman) Return    at Kent State (09-03-09)
TACKLES FOR LOSS                                                                                       9.   62   Marquel Willis           Pass from Zach MacDowall         at Presbyterian (10-16-10)
Mike McClure                       .71   Simpson (Miss Val.) 2.05        4   Sigmon            1.10         62   Jamie Fordham            Rush                             vs. Presbyterian (10-20-07)
Quinn Backus                       .67                                   5
        AT #4 OLD DOMINION — DEC. 1, 2012 — 2:00 PM — NCAA PLAYOFF 2ND ROUND


 COASTAL CAROLINA FOOTBALL NOTES
     CCU CAREER RECORD WATCH                                               CCU FOOTBALL GRADUATES
                           DAVID DURAN
                            No.   CCU Career Rank      Next
Pass Reception Yards        910         7th            949
Pass Receptions             65          8th             70
                            MATT HAZEL
                           N o. CCU Career Rank        Next
Pass Reception Yards       1408       3rd           1410 / 2720
Pass Receptions             104      2nd               161
Pass Reception TDs           17      2nd                44
TDs Scored                  17       5th-t            18 / 22
TDs Responsible For         18        8th             20 / 22
                          JEREMY HEIGHT
Rushing Attempts
                            No. CCU Career Rank
                            300       5th
                                                       Next
                                                        345
                                                                           DAVID DURAN                           ARAMIS HILLARY                          PAT WILLIAMS
                                                                            RECREATION AND                                HISTORY                             MANAGEMENT
Rushing Yards              1334       7th              1428                SPORT MANAGEMENT                              MAY 2012                             MAY 2012
All-Purpose Yards          2625       4th              2713                 DECEMBER 2011
Kickoff Return Yards        887       4th               995
Kickoff Returns
Rushing TDs
                            41
                             11
                                      4th
                                      8th
                                                        46
                                                      12 / 13            FOOTBALL ACADEMIC HONORS
                          TRE HENDERSON                                The following have earned Big South Presidential Honor Roll honors for
                            No. CCU Career Rank        Next            posting at least a 3.0 GPA for an academic year.
Kickoff Return Yards       1190       1st               —
Kickoff Returns             51       1st-t              —
                                                                       Mo Ashley ............................................................................................ 2010-11
                          ARAMIS HILLARY                               Quinn Backus ....................................................................................... 2011-12
                            No. CCU Career Rank        Next            Austin Cain........................................................................................... 2010-11
Pass Attempts               564       3rd              832             Jamey Cheatwood ................................................................................ 2009-10
Pass Completions            366       3rd              486
                                                                       Cody Craig .......................................................................... 2010-11 • 2011-12
Passing Yards              4194       3rd              6360
Passing TDs                  33       3rd               45
                                                                       Jamel Davis.......................................................................................... 2010-11
Pass Completion Pct.        64.9      1st               —              David Duran ........................................................................ 2009-10 • 2011-12
Pass Efficiency            142.1      1st               —              Moon Edwards ..................................................................................... 2010-11
Total Offense              5008       3rd              7139            Chad Hamilton ..................................................................................... 2011-12
TDs Responsible For          45       4th             47 / 61          Kevin Hart ............................................................................................ 2011-12
Rushing TDs                  12      6th-t            13 / 16          Aramis Hillary ..................................................................... 2010-11 • 2011-12
                          ANDRAE JACOBS                                Marcellus Hunter................................................................. 2009-10 • 2010-11
                            No. CCU Career Rank        Next            Matt Johnson ....................................................................................... 2009-10
Total tackles               208       8th            209 / 215         Arthur Kelley ........................................................................................ 2010-11
Unassisted Tackles          115       6th            134 / 138         Bucky Kennedy .................................................................................... 2010-11
Tackles for Loss            27.0      4th              28.5            Sammie Kennedy ................................................................................. 2010-11
                                                                       John Masley......................................................................................... 2011-12
                       NICCOLO MASTROMATTEO                            Niccolo Mastromatteo (4.0 cum. GPA) ............................... 2010-11 • 2011-12
                            No. CCU Career Rank        Next
All Purpose Yards          2055       7th             2143             Tyler McCarthy ....................................................2009-10 • 2010-11 • 2011-12
Punt Return Yards           536       1st    (also Big South record)   Mike McClure ....................................................................................... 2010-11
Punt Returns                60        1st    (also Big South record)   Alex Ross ............................................................................................. 2011-12
Kickoff Return Yards        995       3rd             1051             Jeffery Salley.......................................................2009-10 • 2010-11 • 2011-12
Kickoff Returns             47        3rd               51             Zach Silverberg .................................................................................... 2011-12
                         MARCUS WHITENER                               Travis Small ......................................................................................... 2010-11
                            No.   CCU Career Rank      Next            Craig Weick .......................................................................................... 2011-12
Rushing Yards               919         8th            1334            Marcus Whitener............................. 2008-09 • 2009-10 • 2010-11 • 2011-12
                                                                       Pat Williams ........................................................................ 2008-09 • 2009-10
     CCU SEASON RECORD WATCH                                                                                       MATT HAZEL
                           QUINN BACKUS                                                                            No. CCU Season Rank                      Next
                            No. CCU Season Rank        Next            Pass Reception Yards                        644       3rd                         697 / 1077
Tackles                     132       1st               —              Pass Receptions                              53       2nd                             61
Fumbles Received             2       2nd-t              4                                                      ARAMIS HILLARY
Fumbles Forced               3       2nd-t              5                                                          No. CCU Season Rank                      Next
                         DEMARIO BENNETT                               Pass Attempts                               313       3rd                          339 / 347
                            No. CCU Season Rank         Next           Pass Completions                            205       3rd                          211 / 217
Pass Reception Yards        579       4th            615 / 697         Passing Yards                              2313       3rd                         2632 / 3296
Pass Receptions             41       4th-t          42 / 53 / 61       Passing TDs                                  18       3rd                           20 / 29
                          JEREMY HEIGHT                                Total Offense                              2835       3rd                         3010 / 3952
                            No. CCU Season Rank        Next                                                DONTAVAIS JOHNSON
Rushing Yards               832       3rd           863 / 1107                                                     No. CCU Season Rank                      Next
Rush Attempts               154       3rd            155 / 179         Interceptions                                4       6th-t                          5/6/8
All-Purpose Yards          1487       1st               —                                              NICCOLO MASTROMATTEO
Kick Return Yards          467        5th            483 / 512                                                     No. CCU Season Rank      Next
Kick Returns                22        4th             24 / 27          Pass Reception Yards                        500       8th       503 / 527 / 545
                                                                       Pass Receptions                              43       4th           52 / 61
                                      AT #4 OLD DOMINION — DEC. 1, 2012 — 2:00 PM — NCAA PLAYOFF 2ND ROUND

                        COASTAL CAROLINA FOOTBALL ROSTER
 No. Name Hometown / High School (Previous School)                                       Year        Pos.      Ht. Wt.                No. Name Hometown / High School (Previous School)                                     Year        Pos.       Ht. Wt.
 1 Denzel Rice ...........................................................................So. ........DB...... 6-1 .... 190           44 Moon Edwards .......................................................................So. ........DE ...... 6-0 .... 245
          Winston-Salem, N.C. / Jacket Integrated Academy at Carver HS                                                                          Pageland, S.C. / Chesterfield HS
1A     Michael Church .....................................................................So. ........QB...... 6-4 .... 185          45     Richie Sampson .................................................................... Fr..........DB...... 6-2 .... 195
          Kannapolis, N.C. / A.L. Brown HS                                                                                                      Kennett Square, Pa. / Unionville HS
  2    Akeem Wesley....................................................................... Sr. ....... WR ..... 6-2 .... 215          46     Alex Catron ............................................................................So. ....... P/K ..... 6-2 .... 170
          Douglas, Ga. / Coffee County HS                                                                                                       Apopka, Fla. / Apopka HS
  3    Aramis Hillary ....................................................................... Sr. ........QB...... 6-1 .... 205       47     Grant Clayton......................................................................... Jr..........PK ...... 5-7 .... 160
          North Augusta, S.C. / Strom Thurmond HS (Univ. of South Carolina)                                                                     Columbia, S.C. / A.C. Flora HS (Univ. of Louisiana-Monroe)
  4    Dontavais Johnson ................................................................ Sr. ........DB..... 5-10 ... 175            48     Tyler McCarthy ...................................................................... Jr..........DB...... 5-9 .... 180
          West Palm Beach, Fla. / Palm Beach Lakes HS (Hofstra Univ.)                                                                           Attleboro, Mass. / Attleboro HS
  5    Thomas Pauciello ................................................................ RFr. ....... TE ...... 6-6 .... 250          49     Brett Johnson ........................................................................So. ........ LB ..... 5-11 ... 220
          Trumbull, Conn. / Trumbull HS                                                                                                         North Augusta, S.C. / North Augusta HS
  6    Tre Henderson ....................................................................... Sr. ........DB..... 5-10 ... 190         50     Jeffery Salley ........................................................................ Jr..........DT ...... 5-8 .... 265
          Martinez, Ga. / Evans HS                                                                                                              Bamberg, S.C. / Bamberg-Ehrhardt HS
  7    Kenny Jones .........................................................................RSr. ...... WR .... 5-10 ... 175          51     Chris Thomas ........................................................................ Sr. ........DE ...... 6-0 .... 225
          Pembroke Pines, Fla. / Cardinal Gibbons HS                                                                                            Staten Island, N.Y. / Curtis HS (Hofstra Univ.)
  8    Jamel Davis........................................................................... Sr. ........DE ...... 6-4 .... 230      52     P.J. Brave .............................................................................. Fr.......... LB ...... 6-1 .... 230
          Richmond, Va. / Hermitage HS                                                                                                          Myrtle Beach, S.C. / Socastee HS (Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy)
8A     Travis Small .......................................................................... Jr..........RB..... 5-10 ... 200       53     Denzell Thomas..................................................................... Fr.......... LB ..... 5-11 ... 210
          Cheraw, S.C. / Cheraw HS                                                                                                              Jersey City, N.J. / St. Peter’s Prep
  9    Cody Craig .............................................................................So. ........QB...... 6-2 .... 215      54     Tyler Watkins ........................................................................So. ........ LB ...... 6-1 .... 230
          Moncks Corner, S.C. / Timberland HS                                                                                                   Indian Land, S.C. / Indian Land HS (Presbyterian College)
 10    Mike McClure ........................................................................ Jr.......... LB ...... 6-0 .... 215      55     Arthur Kelley ......................................................................... Jr..........DT ...... 6-3 .... 260
          Rock Hill, S.C. / Rock Hill HS                                                                                                        Letohatchee, Ala. / Carver HS
 11    DeMario Bennett ................................................................... Jr......... WR ..... 6-2 .... 190          56     Aaron McFarland .................................................................. RFr. .......DE ...... 6-1 .... 245
          Douglas, Ga. / Coffee County HS (Univ. of South Carolina)                                                                             Bailey, N.C. / Southern Nash HS
 12    Alex Ross.............................................................................. RFr. .......QB...... 6-1 .... 200      57     Kevin Hart ..............................................................................So. ........OL ...... 6-2 .... 260
          Alpharetta, Ga. / Buford HS                                                                                                           Cornelius, N.C. / Hopewell HS (Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy)
 13    Andrew Allen .........................................................................So. ........DE ..... 5-11 ... 230        58     Calvin Hollenhorst................................................................ RFr. .......DT ...... 6-4 .... 240
          Aiken, S.C. / Aiken HS                                                                                                                Ashburn, Va. / Stone Bridge HS
 14    Craig Weick .......................................................................... RFr. ....... TE ...... 6-5 .... 215     60     Mark Bechtel ......................................................................... Jr..........OL ...... 6-2 .... 275
          Moore, S.C. / Byrnes HS                                                                                                               Hershey, Pa. / Lower Dauphin HS
 15    Lorenzo Taliaferro ................................................................ Jr..........RB...... 6-2 .... 230          61     Voghens Larrieux .................................................................. Fr..........OL ...... 6-5 .... 265
          Yorktown, Va. / Bruton HS (Lackawanna (Pa.) JC)                                                                                       New London, Conn. / New London HS
 16    Tyrell Blanks.......................................................................... Fr......... WR ..... 6-0 .... 160      62     Randall Drayton .................................................................... Fr..........DT ...... 6-4 .... 290
          Fort Myers, Fla. / South Ft. Myers HS (Atlanta (Ga.) Sports Academy)                                                                  Tampa, Fla. / Armwood HS
 17    Dalton Demos ........................................................................ Fr..........QB...... 6-5 .... 195        63     Dom DiGalbo ......................................................................... Fr..........OL ...... 6-2 .... 260
          Chesterfield, Mo. / Christian Brothers College HS                                                                                     Colingdale, Pa. / Monsignor Bonner HS
17A    Michael Battle ...................................................................... RFr. ....... LB ...... 6-1 .... 215      65     Joe Kaleta .............................................................................So. ........OL ...... 6-8 .... 315
          Charlottesville, Va. / St. Anne’s Belfield School                                                                                     Utica, N.Y. / Proctor HS / Milford Acad. / Washington State Univ.)
 18    David Duran.........................................................................6yrSr. ...... TE ...... 6-5 .... 250       66     Pat Williams .......................................................................... Sr. ........OL ...... 6-1 .... 285
          Marietta, Ga. / Kell HS (Michigan State Univ.)                                                                                        Atlanta, Ga. / Westlake HS
 19    John Israel............................................................................ RFr. ...... WR ..... 6-1 ... 190       69     Roderick Holder .................................................................... Fr..........DE ...... 6-3 .... 225
          Florence, S.C. / Wilson HS                                                                                                            Chesapeake, Va. / Indian River HS
 20    Niccolo Mastromatteo ........................................................... Jr......... WR ..... 5-9 .... 180             70     Sam Ekwonike ....................................................................... Fr..........OL ...... 6-4 .... 305
          Ortonville, Mich. / Phillips Exeter (N.H.) Acad. (Southern Methodist U.)                                                              Cinnaminson, N.J. / Cinnaminson HS
 21    Datarius Allen ...................................................................... RFr. .......DB..... 5-10 ... 185         71     Kenny Fitzgerald ...................................................................So. ........OL ...... 6-4 .... 270
          Cocoa, Fla. / Cocoa HS                                                                                                                Wall, NJ. / Red Bank Catholic HS
 22    Bucky Kennedy ...................................................................... Jr..........RB..... 5-10 ... 200          72     Jamey Cheatwood ................................................................. Jr..........OL ...... 6-5 .... 330
          Columbia, S.C./Ridge View HS (The Citadel)                                                                                            Boiling Springs, S.C. / Boiling Springs HS
22A    Devin Brown .......................................................................... Fr..........DB...... 5-8 .... 155       73     Chad Hamilton.......................................................................So. ........OL ...... 6-3 .... 305
          Charleston, S.C. /James Island Charter HS                                                                                             Charleston, S.C. / James Island HS
 23    Mark Singleton ...................................................................... Fr..........DB..... 5-10 ... 165         75     Mo Ashley ..............................................................................So. ........OL ...... 6-4 .... 320
          Conway, S.C. / Conway HS                                                                                                              Honea Path, S.C. / Belton-Honea Path HS
23A    Miles Rankin .........................................................................So. ........DB...... 6-0 .... 185        76     Trevor Herak .......................................................................... Fr..........OT ...... 6-4 .... 265
          Atlanta, Ga, / Banneker HS                                                                                                            Cleveland, Ohio / St. Ignatius HS
 24    Jeremy Height ....................................................................... Sr. ........RB..... 5-10 ... 200         77     Devin Taylor ..........................................................................So. ..... OL/LS ... 6-3 .... 300
          Townsend, Ga. / McIntosh County HS                                                                                                    Summerville, S.C. / Summerville HS
24A    Samson Baldwin ................................................................... Fr..........DB..... 5-10 ... 170            78     Drew Herring ......................................................................... Jr..........OL ...... 6-3 .... 310
          Greenville, S.C. / J. L. Mann HS                                                                                                      Myrtle Beach, S.C. / Carolina Forest HS
 25    LaDarius Hawthorne ............................................................. Jr..........DB...... 5-9 .... 180             79     Will Middleton....................................................................... Jr..........OL ...... 6-5 .... 270
          Ware Shoals, S.C. / Ware Shoals HS                                                                                                    Acworth, Ga. / Kell HS
 26    Johnnie Houston ................................................................... Jr..........DB...... 6-1 .... 210          80     Chris Presley ......................................................................... Sr. ....... WR ..... 6-4 .... 215
          Greenville, S.C. / Woodmont HS                                                                                                        Bamberg, S.C. / Bamberg-Ehrhardt HS
 27    Sammie Kennedy .................................................................. Jr......... WR ..... 6-2 .... 200            81     Adrian Sullivan...................................................................... Sr. ....... WR ..... 5-6 .... 165
          Moore, S.C. / Spartanburg Dorman HS                                                                                                   Charleston, S.C. / Bishop England HS
 28    Lorenzo Boyles ......................................................................So. ........DB..... 5-10 ... 190          82     Daniel Downing ..................................................................... Fr......... WR ..... 6-0 .... 190
          Columbia, S.C. / Columbia HS                                                                                                          Greensboro, N.C. / Northern Guilford HS
 29    Kamron Summers ................................................................. Fr..........DB..... 5-11 ... 180              83     Jake Mooney ......................................................................... Fr......... WR .... 5-11 ... 175
          Statesville, N.C. / West Iredell HS                                                                                                   Willoughby Hills, Ohio / St. Ignatius HS
 30    Quinn Backus.........................................................................So. ........ LB ..... 5-10 ... 205        84     Matt Hazel ............................................................................. Jr......... WR ..... 6-3 .... 190
          Greenwood, S.C. / Greenwood HS                                                                                                        North Augusta, S.C. / North Augusta HS
 31    De’Angelo Henderson ........................................................... Fr..........RB...... 5-8 .... 200              85     Kyle Vargo ............................................................................. Jr.......... TE ...... 6-2 .... 200
          Summerville, S.C. / Summerville HS                                                                                                    Easley, S.C. / Wren HS
 32    André Johnson....................................................................... Fr.......... LB ..... 5-11 ... 220        86     Stephen Denuel ..................................................................... Jr..........PK ...... 6-0 .... 180
          Buford, Ga. / Buford HS                                                                                                               Moseley, Va, / Cosby HS / Christopher Newport Univ.
 34    Marcus Whitener ................................................................... Sr. ........RB..... 5-10 ... 200           87     Bruce Mapp ........................................................................... Fr......... WR ..... 6-1 .... 170
          Jonesville, S.C. / Union County HS                                                                                                    Philadelphia, Pa. / West Philadelphia Catholic HS
 35    Austin Cain ............................................................................So. ......... P ....... 6-0 .... 200   89     Ryan Granger ........................................................................ Fr......... P/K ..... 6-0 .... 160
          Kennesaw, Ga. / Harrison HS                                                                                                           North Charleston, S.C. / Fort Dorchester HS
 36    Zach Silverberg .....................................................................So. ........RB..... 5-10 ... 195          90     Matt Johnson ......................................................................... Jr..........DT ...... 6-1 .... 300
          Baltimore, Md. / Franklin HS                                                                                                          Columbia, S.C. / Keenan HS
 37    Pernell Williams ...................................................................So. ........DB...... 6-1 .... 185          91     Johnny Hartsfield .................................................................. Sr. ........DT ...... 6-3 .... 295
          Douglas, Ga. / Coffee County HS                                                                                                       St. Petersburg, Fla. / Boca Ciega HS (Hofstra Univ.)
 38    John Masley ..........................................................................So. ........RB...... 6-1 .... 230        93     Dominique Whiteside ........................................................... Sr. ..... DE/TE ... 6-3 .... 240
          Jacksonville, Fla. / Bishop Kenny HS                                                                                                  Hendersonville, N.C. / Hedersonville HS
 39    Colton Blackburn .................................................................. RFr. ....... LB ...... 6-2 .... 230        92     Clark Krimmer ....................................................................... Fr..........DE ...... 6-3 .... 225
          Newland, N.C. / Avery County HS                                                                                                       Kathleen, Ga. / Houston County HS
 40    Andrae Jacobs ....................................................................... Sr. ........ LB ..... 5-11 ... 235       94     Jake Ansley ........................................................................... Fr..........PK ..... 5-11 ... 175
          Tabor City, N.C. / South Columbus HS                                                                                                  Camden, S.C. / Camden HS
 41    Marcellus Hunter................................................................... Jr..........DB..... 5-10 ... 185           95     Quinton Davis ........................................................................ Sr. ........DE ...... 6-1 .... 250
          Anderson, S.C. / T.L. Hanna HS                                                                                                        Peachtree City, Ga. / McIntosh HS
 42    Shane Ballard........................................................................So. ........ LS ...... 6-4 .... 210       98     Storm Baker........................................................................... Fr......... P/K ..... 6-5 .... 195
          Manning, S.C. / Manning HS                                                                                                            Raleigh, N.C. / Wake Christian Acad. (Hargrave (Va.) Military Academy)
 43    Philip George ........................................................................ Jr..........DB...... 6-2 .... 195       99     Marcus Crowder .................................................................... Fr..........DT ...... 6-1 .... 290
          Columbia, S.C. / Keenan HS                                                                                                            Mebane, N.C. / Eastern Alamance HS
           AT #4 OLD DOMINION — DEC. 1, 2012 — 2:00 PM — NCAA PLAYOFF 2ND ROUND


                     COASTAL CAROLINA FOOTBALL
                  CCU                                  2012 DEPTH CHART (AT OLD DOMINION)
  PARTICIPATION
Name
                        2012 Career Consecutive
                        GP/GS GP/GS Starts
                                                  OFFENSE            DEFENSE
13 ALLEN, Andrew        10/4     10/4     -           TE ... 14 ... CRAIG WEICK .........................6-5, 215, RFR. ANCHOR ... 95 ... QUINTON DAVIS ....................... 6-1, 250, SR.
21 ALLEN, Datarius       3/0     3/0      -                 93.... Dominique Whiteside.................... 6-3, 240, Sr.          93.... Dominique Whiteside.................... 6-3, 240, Sr.
75 ASHLEY, Mo           12/12 23/12       12                                                                                      44.... Moon Edwards............................. 6-0, 245, So.
30 BACKUS, Quinn        12/12 22/12       12          LT ... 79 ... WILL MIDDLETON .....................6-5, 270. JR.
42 BALLARD, Shane        12/-    23/-     -
                                                   —OR— ... 73 ... CHAD HAMILTON ..................... 6-3, 305, SO.        DT ... 50 ... JEFFERY SALLEY ......................5-8, 265, JR.
17 BATTLE, Michael       7/-      7/-     -
11 BENNETT, DeMario     12/12 31/12       12
                                                            61.... Voghens Larrieux...........................6-5, 265, Fr.       55.... Arthur Kelley ..................................6-3, 260, Jr.
39 BLACKBURN, Colton 12/0        12/0     -
16 BLANKS, Tyrell       12/6     12/6     -              LG ... 57 ... KEVIN HART ............................. 6-2, 260, SO.                 DT ... 91 ... JOHNNY HARTSFIELD.............. 6-3, 285, SR.
28 BOYLES, Lorenzo      12/0     22/-     -                    77.... Devin Taylor ................................. 6-3, 300, So.                  99.... Marcus Crowder ............................6-1, 290, Fr.
35 CAIN, Austin          12/-    23/-     -
46 CATRON, Alex          12/-    20/-     -
                                                           C ... 66 ... PAT WILLIAMS ......................... 6-1, 285. SR.                  DE ..... 8 ... JAMEL DAVIS ........................... 6-4, 230, SR.
72 CHEATWOOD, Jamey 7/7         30/29     -
47 CLAYTON, Grant        3/-     25/-     -
                                                                57.... Kevin Hart .................................... 6-2, 260, So.                69.... Roderick Holder .............................6-3, 225, Fr.
9 CRAIG, Cody            5/-     12/-     -                                                                                                         13.... Andrew Allen.............................. 5-11, 230, So.
99 CROWDER, Marcus       12/-    12/-     -              RG ... 75 ... MO ASHLEY .............................. 6-4, 320, SO.
8 DAVIS, Jamel           9/8    37/21     5                    65.... Joe Kaleta .................................... 6-8, 315, So.        SAM ... 10 ... MIKE McCLURE .........................6-0, 215, JR.
95 DAVIS, Quinton       12/12 37/34       12                                                                                                      40.... Andrae Jacobs ............................5-11, 235, Sr.
18 DURAN, David          9/5    40/30     -
                                                      RT ... 78 ... DREW HERRING ........................6-3, 310, JR.                            32.... Andre Johnson ........................... 5-11, 220, Fr.
44 EDWARDS, Moon         6/-     13/-     -
71 FITZGERALD, Kenny     12/-    12/-     -
                                                   —OR— ... 71 ... KENNY FITZGERALD ................ 6-4, 270, SO.
43 GEORGE, Philip       10/5    32/14     -
                                                                                                                                           MIKE ... 30 ... QUINN BACKUS ...................... 5-10, 205, SO.
73 HAMILTON, Chad       11/11 22/15       -             WR ... 84 ... MATT HAZEL .............................6-3, 190, JR.                        39.... Colton Blackburn ........................ 6-2, 230, RFr.
57 HART, Kevin          12/5     23/5     5                     7.... Kenny Jones ............................ 5-10, 175, RSr.
91 HARTSFIELD, Johnny 12/12 45/19         12                                                                                                  CB ... 25 ... LADARIUS HAWTHORNE ...........5-9, 180, JR.
25 HAWTHORNE, LaDarius 12/7      23/7     1
                                                      SLOT ... 20 ... NICCOLO MASTROMATTEO ......5-9, 180, JR.                                        6.... Tre Henderson ............................5-10, 190, Sr.
84 HAZEL, Matt          12/12 35/24       12
24 HEIGHT, Jeremy       12/12 41/17       12
                                                              16.... Tyrell Blanks ..................................6-0, 160, Fr.
6 HENDERSON, Tre        12/4    43/18     -
                                                                2.... Akeem Wesley .............................. 6-2, 215, Sr.           WHIP ... 37 ... PERNELL WILLIAMS ..................6-1, 185, SO.
78 HERRING, Drew        12/12 34/12       12                  27.... Sammie Kennedy ...........................6-2, 200, Jr.                        1.... Denzel Rice .................................. 6-1, 190, So.
3 HILLARY, Aramis       11/11 27/21       3
69 HOLDER, Roderick      8/0     8/0      -             WR ... 11 ... DEMARIO BENNETT ...................6-2, 190, JR.                        FS .. 48 ... TYLER McCARTHY ....................5-9, 180, JR.
58 HOLLENHORST, Calvin 3/0       3/0      -                   80.... Chris Presley ................................. 6-4, 215, Sr.                  41.... Marcellus Hunter ........................ 5-10, 185, Jr.
26 HOUSTON, Johnnie     12/12 32/22       16
41 HUNTER, Marcellus     10/-    10/-     -
19 ISRAEL, John          8/-      8/-     -
                                                         QB ..... 3 ... ARAMIS HILLARY..................... 6-1, 205, SR.                     SS ... 26 ... JOHNNIE HOUSTON ..................6-1, 210, JR.
40 JACOBS, Andrae       12/1    46/23     -                    12.... Alex Ross .................................... 6-1, 200, RFr.                 23.... Miles Rankin ................................ 6-0, 185, So.
32 JOHNSON, Andre        10/-    10/-     -
4 JOHNSON, Dontavais 12/12 34/18          12          RB ... 24 ... JEREMY HEIGHT .................... 5-10, 200, SR.                         CB ..... 4 ... DONTAVAIS JOHNSON ........... 5-10, 175, SR.
90 JOHNSON, Matt         7/-     22/2     -                 15.... Lorenzo Taliaferro ..........................6-2, 230, Jr.                       21.... Datarius Allen............................5-10, 185, RFr.
7 JONES, Kenny           11/-    35/1     -
                                                  —AND— 34.... Marcus Whitener ........................5-10, 200, Sr.
                                                                                                                                       PRONUNCIATION
65 KALETA, Joe           2/0     2/0      -
55 KELLEY, Arthur        12/-    21/1     -
                                                              8.... Travis Small ................................. 5-10, 200, Jr
22 KENNEDY, Bucky        12/-    26/1     -
27 KENNEDY, Sammie
38 MASLEY, John
                        10/1
                         1/-
                                 25/1
                                  9/-
                                          -
                                          -
                                                  SPECIALISTS                                                                            #21 Datarius Allen .................................... Duh-TEAR-ee-us
                                                                                                                                         #11 DeMario Bennett ....................................De-MAR-ee-o
                                                         KO ... 46 ... ALEX CATRON .......................... 6-2, 170, SO.
20 MASTROMATTEO, Niccolo 10/9    33/9     -
                                                                                                                                         #16 Tyrell Blanks ...................................................Tuh-RAIL
48 McCARTHY, Tyler      12/4     34/4     4                    47.... Grant Clayton .................................5-7, 160, Jr.
10 McCLURE, Mike        12/12 30/12       12
                                                                                                                                         #46 Alex Catron.......................................................CAT-trun
56 McFARLAND, Aaron      12/-    12/-     -              PK ... 46 ... ALEX CATRON .......................... 6-2, 170, SO.              #17 Dalton Demos .................................................Dee-mos
79 MIDDLETON, Will       4/1     20/3     1
                                                               47.... Grant Clayton .................................5-7, 160, Jr.       #86 Stephen Denuel ......................................... Den-YOU-el
5 PAUCIELLO, Thomas 12/1         12/1     1                                                                                              #70 Sam Ekwonike ................................Eck-won-KNEE-kay
80 PRESLEY, Chris        8/-     29/4     -
                                                           H ... 35 ... AUSTIN CAIN ............................ 6-0, 200, SO.           #76 Trevor Herak ......................................................Hair-ek
23 RANKIN, Miles         7/-     14/-     -
1 RICE, Denzel           9/-     20/1     -                     47.... Grant Clayton .................................5-7, 160, Jr.       #3 Aramis Hillary ........................................... AIR-uh-miss
12 ROSS, Alex            7/1     7/1      -                                                                                              #58 Calvin Hollenhorst ....................................Hall-in-Horst
50 SALLEY, Jeffery      12/12 25/14       12              LS ... 42 ... SHANE BALLARD ..................... 6-4, 210, SO.                 #4 Dontavais Johnson .................................. Don-TAY-vus
45 SAMPSON, Richie       8/3     8/.3     -
                                                                77.... Devin Taylor ................................. 6-3, 300, So.      #65 Joe Kaleta .....................................................Ka-LET-uh
36 SILVERBERG, Zach      10/-    18/-     -
                                                                                                                                         #61 Voghens Larrieux .............................. VO-gens La-Rue
23 SINGLETON, Mark       4/-      4/-     -
8 SMALL, Travis          6/-     20/3     -
                                                           P ... 35 ... AUSTIN CAIN ............................ 6-0, 200. SO.           #38 John Masley.................................................. MAHZ-lee
81 SULLIVAN, Adrian      -/-    31/14     -                     46.... Alex Catron .................................. 6-2, 170, So.      #20 Niccolo Mastromatteo .......Nick-a-Low Mastro-muh-TAY-oh
15 TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo 11/2      11/2     1                                                                                               #5 Thomas Pauciello................................PAW-See-el-Oh
77 TAYLOR, Devin         6/-      7/-     -         KOR ..... 6 ... TRE HENDERSON .....................5-10, 190, SR.                    #15 Lorenzo Taliaferro ..................................Tau-La-Fair-o
51 THOMAS, Chris         1/-    34/13     -
                                                  —AND— .. 24 ... JEREMY HEIGHT .................... 5-10, 200, SR.                      #34 Marcus Whitener ..........................................White-Ner
54 WATKINS, Tyler        3/-      3/-     -
14 WEICK, Craig          5/-      5/-     -                                                                                              #14 Craig Weick..................... WIKE (rhymes with “like”)
2 WESLEY, Akeem          12/-    43/5     -
                                                         PR ... 20 ... NICCOLO MASTROMATTEO ......5-9, 180, JR.                        Coach Joe Moglia ...............................................MOE-glee-uh
34 WHITENER, Marcus      6/-     33/7     -                    36.... Zach Silverberg ........................... 5-10.195, So.        Coach Dave Patenaude ....................................PAT-Tin-Nawd
93 WHITESIDE, Dominique 12/-     29/-     -
                                                                                                                                       Coach Renato Diaz............................................. Rey-naught-o
66 WILLIAMS, Pat        12/12 41/33       26
37 WILLIAMS, Pernell    12/12 23/12       12                                                                                                        .........SHON-TI-CLEERS
                                                                                                                                       CHANTICLEERS .........SHON-TI-CLEERS
             COASTAL CAROLINA FOOTBALL STATS
                                           2012 C OASTAL C AROLINA S CHEDULE/ R ESULTS
    Date                                  Opponent                                                              Score                     Overall         Big South          Time               Attend
    Sept. 01                              NORTH CAROLINA A&T                                            W       29-13                      1-0               0-0             2:42               9,314
    Sept. 08                              at Furman                                   (3OT)             W       47-45                      2-0               0-0             3:15               7,156
    Sept. 15 (Family Weekend)             #20 EASTERN KENTUCKY                                                  17-35      L               2-1               0-0             2:43               9,316
    Sept. 22                              at Toledo (ESPN3)                                                     28-38      L               2-2               0-0             3:19               19,023
    Sept. 29                              at #16 Appalachian State                                              14-55      L               2-3               0-0             2:52               27,619
    Oct. 13 (Hall of Fame)    *           #11 STONY BROOK (ESPN3)                                               20-27      L               2-4               0-1             2:46               7,749
    Oct. 20                   *           at VMI                                                        W        34-7                      3-4               1-1             2:50               7,281
    Oct. 27 (Homecoming)      *           LIBERTY (Flames Sports Network)                               W       36-12                      4-4               2-1             3:07               6,732
    Nov. 03                   *           at Gardner-Webb (ESPN3)                                       W       55-33                      5-4               3-1             3:07               3,590
    Nov. 10                   *           at Presbyterian College                                       W        65-7                      6-4               4-1             2:35                4,381
    Nov. 17 (Senior Day)      *           CHARLESTON SOUTHERN (MASN)                                    W       41-20                      7-4               5-1             3:08               7,037
    Nov. 24 (1ST ROUND)       $           at #22 Bethune-Cookman (ESPN3)                                W       24-14                      8-4               5-1             3:13                5,465
    Dec. 01 (2nd ROUND)       $           at #4 seed & #3 ranked Old Dominion (ESPN3)                          2:00 pm
* - Big South Conference Games              $ - NCAA Playoffs

     C OASTAL O VERALL T EAM S TATISTICS                                                                COASTAL OVERALL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
TEAM STATISTICS                                                       COASTAL                OPP       RUSHING                      GP     Att     Gain     Loss       Net      Avg        TD Long       Avg/G
SCORING ..................................................................       411          306      RUSHING                      GP     Att     Gain     Loss       Net      Avg        TD Long       Avg/G
  Points Per Game.....................................................          34.2          25.5     HEIGHT, Jeremy               12    154       848       16       832       5.4       10   46        69.3
FIRST DOWNS ..........................................................           260          244      HILLARY, Aramis              11    110       639      117       522       4.7        3   46        47.5
  Rushing ..................................................................     131          111      WHITENER, Marcus              6     51       397        3       394       7.7        7   61        65.7
  Passing ..................................................................     114          122      TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo          11     77       357        7       350       4.5        5   25        31.8
  Penalty ...................................................................     15           11      SMALL, Travis                 6     34       146       11       135       4.0        0   15        22.5
RUSHING YARDAGE..................................................               2402         2204      ROSS, Alex                    7     28       138       14       124       4.4        1   11        17.7
  Yards gained rushing ..............................................           2591         2508      KENNEDY, Bucky               12      9        29        3        26       2.9        0    9          2.2
  Yards lost rushing ..................................................          189          304      SILVERBERG, Zach             10      7        20        0        20       2.9        0    6          2.0
  Rushing Attempts ...................................................           478          466      MASTROMATTEO,Niccolo         10      1        17        0        17      17.0        0   17          1.7
  Average Per Rush ...................................................            5.0          4.7     CHURCH, Michael               1      1         0        0         0       0.0        0    0          0.0
  Average Per Game ..................................................           200.2        183.7     BLANKS, Tyrell               12      1         0        1        -1      -1.0        0    0         -0.1
  TDs Rushing ...........................................................         26           18      HAZEL, Matt                  12      1         0        5        -5      -5.0        0    0         -0.4
PASSING YARDAGE ..................................................              2749         2636      TEAM                          5      4         0       12       -12      -3.0        0    0         -2.4
  Comp-Att-Int .......................................................... 232-362-7       210-351-14   COASTAL..........            12    478      2591      189      2402       5.0       26   61       200.2
  Average Per Pass ...................................................            7.6          7.5     Opponents......              12    466      2508      304      2204       4.7       18   78       183.7
  Average Per Catch ..................................................           11.8         12.6
  Average Per Game ..................................................           229.1        219.7     PASSING                 G           Effic     Cmp-Att-Int   Pct          Yds        TD     Lng    Avg/G
  TDs Passing ...........................................................         23           23      HILLARY, Aramis         11        142.71       205-313-6 65.5           2313        18      55    210.3
TOTAL OFFENSE .......................................................           5151         4840      ROSS, Alex              7         159.10        26-48-1    54.2          427         5      81     61.0
  Total Plays .............................................................      840          817      CAIN, Austin            12        175.60         1-1-0    100.0            9         0       9      0.8
  Average Per Play ....................................................           6.1          5.9     COASTAL..........       12        144.98       232-362-7 64.1           2749        23      81    229.1
  Average Per Game ..................................................           429.2        403.3     Opponents......         12        136.56      210-351-14 59.8           2636        23      77    219.7
KICK RETURNS: #-Yards ...........................................             45-987       62-1155
PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards..........................................                17-188       21-157     RECEIVING                     G             No.      Yds         Avg           TD        Long     Avg/G
INT RETURNS: #-Yards .............................................             14-240        7-40      HAZEL, Matt                   12             52      644         12.4           6         55        53.7
                                                                                                       MASTROMATTEO,Niccolo          10             43      500         11.6           3         81        50.0
KICK RETURN AVERAGE ...........................................                  21.9         18.6
                                                                                                       BENNETT, DeMario              12             41      579         14.1           6         60        48.2
PUNT RETURN AVERAGE ..........................................                   11.1          7.5
                                                                                                       BLANKS, Tyrell                12             27      306         11.3           2         34        25.5
INT RETURN AVERAGE .............................................                 17.1          5.7
                                                                                                       HEIGHT, Jeremy                12             27      188          7.0           0         25        15.7
FUMBLES-LOST ........................................................           11-6         14-4
                                                                                                       WESLEY, Akeem                 12              8      102         12.8           0         27         8.5
PENALTIES-Yards .....................................................          63-550       79-699
                                                                                                       DURAN, David                  9               7       90         12.9           2         43        10.0
  Average Per Game ..................................................            45.8         58.2     PAUCIELLO, Thomas             12              6      135         22.5           1         45        11.2
PUNTS-Yards ............................................................      49-1778      55-2074     ISRAEL, John                  8               4       98         24.5           0         45        12.2
  Average Per Punt ....................................................         36.3          37.7     TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo           11              4       38          9.5           0         14         3.5
  Net punt average ....................................................         32.3          33.2     KENNEDY, Sammie               10              3       29          9.7           0         24         2.9
KICKOFFS-Yards .......................................................        71-3838      55-3184     SMALL, Travis                 6               3        0          0.0           1          3         0.0
  Average Per Kick ....................................................          54.1         57.9     JONES, Kenny                  10              2       14          7.0           1         10         1.4
  Net kick average .....................................................        50.4          36.8     WHITENER, Marcus               6              2       12          6.0           0          6         2.0
TIME OF POSSESSION/Game ....................................                    29:08        30:44     PRESLEY, Chris                8               2        5          2.5           1          3         0.6
3RD-DOWN Conversions ...........................................               82/166       66/167     WHITESIDE, Dominique          12              1        9          9.0           0          9         0.8
  3rd-Down Pct .........................................................        49%          40%       COASTAL..........             12            232     2749         11.8          23         81       229.1
4TH-DOWN Conversions ...........................................                4/13         17/28     Opponents......               12            210     2636         12.6          23         77       219.7
  4th-Down Pct .........................................................        31%          61%
SACKS BY-Yards .......................................................        24-199        18-111     PUNT RETURNS                 No.              Yds               Avg                 TD             Long
MISC YARDS ............................................................            0            0      MASTROMATTEO,Niccolo         13               157               12.1                 1               87
TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ...........................................                     53           41      SILVERBERG, Zach              3                 1                0.3                 0                1
FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ..........................................                10-14         9-16      WATKINS, Tyler                1                26               26.0                 0                0
ON-SIDE KICKS .........................................................          0-0          1-3      BOYLES, Lorenzo               0                 4                0.0                 1                4
RED-ZONE SCORES .................................................. (41-49) 84%           (32-38) 84%   COASTAL..........            17               188               11.1                 2               87
RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS ........................................ (33-49) 67%                 (26-38) 68%   Opponents......              21               157                7.5                 0               39
PAT-ATTEMPTS ........................................................ (45-47) 96%        (31-35) 89%
ATTENDANCE ............................................................        40148        74515      INT RETURNS                  No.              Yds               Avg                 TD             Long
  Games/Avg Per Game .............................................             5/8030      7/10645     JOHNSON, Dontavais            4                64               16.0                 0               33
  Neutral Site Games .................................................                        0/0      HAWTHORNE, LaDarius           3                70               23.3                 1               66
                                                                                                       HOUSTON, Johnnie              2                68               34.0                 1               68
                                                                                                       BACKUS, Quinn                 2                 0                0.0                 0                0
 SCORE BY QUARTERS                       1st         2nd          3rd          4th      OT    Total
                                                                                                       HENDERSON, Tre                1                14               14.0                 0               14
 Coastal Carolina                       115          106           83           85      22     411     McCLURE, Mike                 1                17               17.0                 0               17
 Opponents                               61           78           57           90      20     306     WILLIAMS, Pernell             1                 7                7.0                 0                7
                                                                                                       COASTAL..........            14               240               17.1                 2               68
                                                                                                       Opponents......               7                40                5.7                 0               14
            COASTAL CAROLINA FOOTBALL STATS
KICK RETURNS                 No.               Yds                  Avg                 TD              Long        KICKOFFS                   No.     Yds           Avg       TB            OB       Retn           Net      YdLn
HEIGHT, Jeremy               22                467                  21.2                 0                63        CATRON, Alex               67     3649           54.5       4             1
HENDERSON, Tre               14                407                  29.1                 0                87        CLAYTON, Grant              4      189           47.2       0             1
JACOBS, Andrae                3                 28                   9.3                 0                21        COASTAL..........          71     3838           54.1       4             2       1155       36.4               28
SILVERBERG, Zach              3                 34                  11.3                 0                18        Opponents......            55     3184           57.9       7             3        987       36.8               28
BLANKS, Tyrell                2                 51                  25.5                 0                27
COASTAL..........            45                987                  21.9                 0                87        FIELD GOALS               FGM-FGA         Pct      01-19 20-29           30-39    40-49      50+          Lg         Blk
Opponents......              62               1155                  18.6                 0                55        CATRON, Alex                9-12          75.0      0-0   1-2             6-7      2-3       0-0          45           0
                                                                                                                    CLAYTON, Grant              1-2           50.0      0-0   1-1             0-1      0-0       0-0          29           0
                                          |--------------- PATs -----------------|
SCORING             TD FGs                   Kick      Rush       Rcv       Pass       DXP         Saf Points       FG SEQUENCE                                   COASTAL                   OPPONENTS
CATRON, Alex          0 9-12               41-43         0-0        0         0-0        0           0    68        NORTH CAROLINA A&T                            (29),(30)                 40,(27),(32)
HEIGHT, Jeremy       10 0-0                   0-0        1-1        0         0-0        0           0    62        at Furman                                     (38),44,(35),(45)         (37),(41),42
WHITENER, Marcus      7 0-0                   0-0        0-0        0         0-0        0           0    42        EASTERN KENTUCKY                              (45)                      -
BENNETT, DeMario      6 0-0                   0-0        1-1        0         0-0        0           0    38        at Toledo                                     -                         36,(26)
HAZEL, Matt           6 0-0                   0-0        0-0        0         0-0        0           0    36        at Appalachian State                          -                         (25), (30)
TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo   5 0-0                   0-0        0-0        0         0-0        0           0    30        STONY BROOK                                   25                        26,39
MASTROMATTEO,Niccolo 4 0-0                    0-0        0-0        0         0-0        0           0    24        at VMI                                        (30),(29)*                -
                                                                                                                    LIBERTY                                       -                         (44),(50)
HILLARY, Aramis       3 0-0                   0-0        0-0        0         0-0        0           0    18
                                                                                                                    at Gardner-Webb                               39*
BLANKS, Tyrell        2 0-0                   0-0        0-0        0         0-0        0           0    12        at Presbyterian                               -                         41
DURAN, David          2 0-0                   0-0        0-0        0         0-0        0           0    12        CHARLESTON SOUTHERN                           (36)                      37
PAUCIELLO, Thomas     1 0-0                   0-0        0-0        1         0-0        0           0      8       at Bethune-Cookman                            (35),37                   -
CLAYTON, Grant        0 1-2                   4-4        0-0        0         0-0        0           0      7       at Old Dominion
BOYLES, Lorenzo       1 0-0                   0-0        0-0        0         0-0        0           0      6           Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made. * - Field Goal att by Grant Clayton
HOUSTON, Johnnie      1 0-0                   0-0        0-0        0         0-0        0           0      6
CAIN, Austin          0 0-0                   0-0        3-3        0         1-1        0           0      6       ALL PURPOSE                       G        Rush          Rec        PR           KOR        IR      Tot         Avg/G
ROSS, Alex            1 0-0                   0-0        0-0        0         0-0        0           0      6       HEIGHT, Jeremy                    12        832          188         0            467        0     1487         123.9
PRESLEY, Chris        1 0-0                   0-0        0-0        0         0-0        0           0      6       MASTROMATTEO,Niccolo              10         17          500       157              0        0      674          67.4
SMALL, Travis         1 0-0                   0-0        0-0        0         0-0        0           0      6       HAZEL, Matt                       12         -5          644         0              0        0      639          53.2
HAWTHORNE, LaDarius 1 0-0                     0-0        0-0        0         0-0        0           0      6       BENNETT, DeMario                  12          0          579         0              0        0      579          48.2
JONES, Kenny          1 0-0                   0-0        0-0        0         0-0        0           0      6       HILLARY, Aramis                   11        522            0         0              0        0      522          47.5
ALLEN, Andrew         0 0-0                   0-0        0-0        0         0-0        0           1      2       HENDERSON, Tre                    12          0            0         0            407       14      421          35.1
McCLURE, Mike         0 0-0                   0-0        0-0        0         0-0        1           0      2       WHITENER, Marcus                  6         394           12         0              0        0      406          67.7
JOHNSON, Dontavais    0 0-0                   0-0        0-0        0         0-0        1           0      2       TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo               11        350           38         0              0        0      388          35.3
COASTAL..........    53 10-14              45-47         5-5        1         1-1        2           1   411        BLANKS, Tyrell                    12         -1          306         0             51        0      356          29.7
Opponents......      41 9-16               31-35         0-0        1         1-6        0           0   306        PAUCIELLO, Thomas                 12          0          135         0              0        0      135          11.2
                                                                                                                    SMALL, Travis                     6         135            0         0              0        0      135          22.5
TOTAL OFFENSE                        G          Plays        Rush          Pass         Total          Avg/G        ROSS, Alex                        7         124            0         0              0        0      124          17.7
HILLARY, Aramis                      11           423         522          2313         2835           257.7        WESLEY, Akeem                     12          0          102         0              0        0      102            8.5
HEIGHT, Jeremy                       12           154         832             0          832            69.3        ISRAEL, John                      8           0           98         0              0        0       98          12.2
ROSS, Alex                           7             76         124           427          551            78.7        DURAN, David                      9           0           90         0              0        0       90          10.0
WHITENER, Marcus                     6             51         394             0          394            65.7        HAWTHORNE, LaDarius               12          0            0         0              0       70       70            5.8
TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo                  11            77         350             0          350            31.8        HOUSTON, Johnnie                  12          0            0         0              0       68       68            5.7
SMALL, Travis                        6             34         135             0          135            22.5        JOHNSON, Dontavais                12          0            0         0              0       64       64            5.3
KENNEDY, Bucky                       12             9          26             0            26             2.2       SILVERBERG, Zach                  10         20            0         1             34        0       55            5.5
SILVERBERG, Zach                     10             7          20             0            20             2.0       KENNEDY, Sammie                   10          0           29         0              0        0       29            2.9
MASTROMATTEO,Niccolo                 10             1          17             0            17             1.7       JACOBS, Andrae                    12          0            0         0             28        0       28            2.3
CAIN, Austin                         12             1           0             9             9             0.8       WATKINS, Tyler                     3          0            0        26              0        0       26            8.7
BLANKS, Tyrell                       12             1          -1             0            -1            -0.1       KENNEDY, Bucky                    12         26            0         0              0        0       26            2.2
                                                                                                                    McCLURE, Mike                     12          0            0         0              0       17       17            1.4
HAZEL, Matt                          12             1          -5             0            -5            -0.4
                                                                                                                    JONES, Kenny                      10          0           14         0              0        0       14            1.4
TEAM                                 5              4         -12             0           -12            -2.4
                                                                                                                    WHITESIDE, Dominique              12          0            9         0              0        0        9            0.8
COASTAL..........                    12           840        2402          2749         5151           429.2
                                                                                                                    WILLIAMS, Pernell                 12          0            0         0              0        7        7            0.6
Opponents......                      12           817        2204          2636         4840           403.3
                                                                                                                    PRESLEY, Chris                    8           0            5         0              0        0        5            0.6
                                                                                                                    BOYLES, Lorenzo                   12          0            0         4              0        0        4            0.3
PUNTING                No.      Yds            Avg      Long         TB           FC         I20      Blkd
                                                                                                                    TEAM                              5         -12            0         0              0        0      -12           -2.4
CAIN, Austin           49      1778            36.3       55          2            9          12         0
                                                                                                                    COASTAL..........                 12       2402         2749       188            987      240     6566         547.2
COASTAL..........      49      1778            36.3       55          2            9          12         0
                                                                                                                    Opponents......                   12       2204         2636       157           1155       40     6192         516.0
Opponents......        55      2074            37.7       60          3           19          18         1


OFFENSE                            LT
                                                   2012 CCOASTAL C AROLINA S TARTING L INEUPS
                                                    LG         RG    RT   TE     WR      WR                                                                                        WR                QB                    RB
NORTH CAROLINA A&T                 Hamilton           Cheatwood       Pat   Williams      Ashley          Herring      Duran                Mastromatteo        Hazel              Bennett           Hillary               Height
at Furman                          Hamilton           Cheatwood       Pat   Williams      Ashley          Herring      Blanks (WR)          Mastromatteo        Hazel              Bennett           Hillary               Height
EASTERN KENTUCKY                   Hamilton           Cheatwood       Pat   Williams      Ashley          Herring      Blanks (WR)          Mastromatteo        Hazel              Bennett           Hillary               Height
at Toledo                          Hamilton           Cheatwood       Pat   Williams      Ashley          Herring      Taliaferro (RB)      Blanks              Hazel              Bennett           Hillary               Height
at Appalachian State               Hamilton           Cheatwood       Pat   Williams      Ashley          Herring      S. Kennedy (WR)      Blanks              Hazel              Bennett           Hillary               Height
STONY BROOK                        Hamilton           Cheatwood       Pat   Williams      Ashley          Herring      Duran                Mastromatteo        Hazel              Bennett           Hillary               Height
at VMI                             Hamilton           Cheatwood       Pat   Williams      Ashley          Herring      Blanks (WR)          Mastromatteo        Hazel              Bennett           Hillary               Height
LIBERTY                            Hamilton           Hart            Pat   Williams      Ashley          Herring      Duran                Mastromatteo        Hazel              Bennett           Hillary               Height
at Gardner-Webb                    Hamilton           Hart            Pat   Williams      Ashley          Herring      Duran                Mastromatteo        Hazel              Bennett           Ross                  Height
at Presbyterian                    Hamilton           Hart            Pat   Williams      Ashley          Herring      Duran                Mastromatteo        Hazel              Bennett           Hillary               Height
CHARLESTON SOUTHERN                Hamilton           Hart            Pat   Williams      Ashley          Herring      Blanks (WR)          Mastromatteo        Hazel              Bennett           Hillary               Height
at Bethune-Cookman                 Middleton          Hart            Pat   Williams      Ashley          Herring      Pauciello            Taliaferro (RB)     Hazel              Bennett           Hillary               Height
at Old Dominion
DEFENSE                            ANCHOR               DT            NOSE              DE               SAM            MIKE            CB              WHIP                   FS                 SS                  CB
NORTH CAROLINA A&T                 Q. Davis             Salley        Hartsfield        J. Davis         McClure        Backus          Henderson       Per. Williams          George             Houston             D. Johnson
at Furman                          Q. Davis             Salley        Hartsfield        J. Davis         McClure        Backus          Hawthorne       Per. Williams          George             Houston             D. Johnson
EASTERN KENTUCKY                   Q. Davis             Salley        Hartsfield        J. Davis         McClure        Backus          Henderson       Per. Williams          George             Houston             D. Johnson
at Toledo                          Q. Davis             Salley        Hartsfield        Allen            McClure        Backus          Hawthorne       Per. Williams          George             Houston             D. Johnson
at Appalachian State               Q. Davis             Salley        Hartsfield        Allen            McClure        Backus          Hawthorne       Per. Williams          George             Houston             D. Johnson
STONY BROOK                        Q. Davis             Salley        Hartsfield        Allen            McClure        Backus          Henderson       Per. Williams          Sampson            Houston             D. Johnson
at VMI                             Q. Davis             Salley        Hartsfield        Allen            McClure        Backus          Henderson       Per. Williams          Sampson            Houston             D. Johnson
LIBERTY                            Q. Davis             Salley        Hartsfield        J. Davis         McClure        Backus          Hawthorne       Per. Williams          Sampson            Houston             D. Johnson
at Gardner-Webb                    Q. Davis             Salley        Hartsfield        J. Davis         McClure        Backus          Hawthorne       Per. Williams          McCarthy           Houston             D. Johnson
at Presbyterian                    Q. Davis             Salley        Hartsfield        J. Davis         McClure        Backus          Hawthorne       Per. Williams          McCarthy           Houston             D. Johnson
CHARLESTON SOUTHERN                Q. Davis             Salley        Hartsfield        J. Davis         McClure        Backus          Jacobs (LB)     Per. Williams          McCarthy           Houston             D. Johnson
at Bethune-Cookman                 Q. Davis             Salley        Hartsfield        J. Davis         McClure        Backus          Hawthorne       Per. Williams          McCarthy           Houston             D. Johnson
at Old Dominion
          COASTAL CAROLINA FOOTBALL STATS
                                       C OASTAL O VERALL I NDIVIDUAL D EFENSIVE S TATISTICS
                                                       |-------Tackles-------|                              |-Sacks-|     |------Pass Def--------|               |-Fumbles-|                Blkd
DEFENSIVE LEADERS                        GP-GS          Solo          Ast       Total           TFL/Yds       No-Yards   Int-Yds          BrUp     QBH         Rcv-Yds             FF       Kick       Saf
  30   BACKUS, Quinn                     12-12            62           70        132             8.0-30        2.5-20      2-0              3        .           2-0                3         .         .
  10   McCLURE, Mike                     12-12            27           53         80             8.5-42        2.5-28     1-17              1       3             .                 .         .         .
  25   HAWTHORNE, LaDarius                12-7            37           22         59             2.5-15         1.0-9     3-70              4        .            .                 .         .         .
  37   WILLIAMS, Pernell                 12-12            31           22         53             3.0-17        1.0-10      1-7              2        .            .                 .         .         .
   4   JOHNSON, Dontavais                12-12            33           16         49              4.5-6           .       4-64              5        .            .                 1        1          .
  48   McCARTHY, Tyler                    12-4            24           23         47              1.0-5           .          .              3        .            .                 .         .         .
  26   HOUSTON, Johnnie                  12-12            26           21         47             5.5-33        2.0-25     2-68              1        .            .                 2         .         .
  95   DAVIS, Quinton                    12-12            15           28         43             7.5-43        4.5-34        .              .        .           1-0                .         .         .
  50   SALLEY, Jeffery                   12-12            10           28         38              3.0-8         1.0-6        .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  43   GEORGE, Philip                     10-5            22           14         36              1.0-1           .          .              1        .            .                 .         .         .
  40   JACOBS, Andrae                     12-1            20           13         33             2.5-11         1.0-8        .              .       1             .                 .         .         .
  91   HARTSFIELD, Johnny                12-12             8           20         28             2.5-13        2.0-11        .              2       1             .                 1        1          .
  45   SAMPSON, Richie                     8-3            17            9         26             3.0-12         1.0-8        .              1       1             .                 .         .         .
  39   BLACKBURN, Colton                  12-0            11           11         22              1.0-1           .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
   6   HENDERSON, Tre                     12-4            16            5         21              1.0-2           .       1-14              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  28   BOYLES, Lorenzo                    12-0            10            9         19                .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  13   ALLEN, Andrew                      10-4             5           13         18             2.0-16        2.0-16        .              .        .            .                 .         .         1
  99   CROWDER, Marcus                    12-0            11            6         17             3.0-17        2.0-12        .              2       2             .                 .         .         .
  93   WHITESIDE, Dominique               12-0            10            5         15              2.0-5           .          .              1        .            .                 .         .         .
   8   DAVIS, Jamel                        9-8             5           10         15                .             .          .              1       2            1-0                .         .         .
  23   RANKIN, Miles                       7-0             8            4         12                .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  55   KELLEY, Arthur                     12-0             3            8         11              2.0-9         1.0-7        .              .       1             .                 .         .         .
  69   HOLDER, Roderick                    8-0             8            3         11              1.0-1           .          .              1        .            .                 .         .         .
  44   EDWARDS, Moon                       6-0             1           10         11                .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  41   HUNTER, Marcellus                  10-0             3            7         10                .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
   2   WESLEY, Akeem                      12-0             3            5           8               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  90   JOHNSON, Matt                       7-0             3            5           8               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  22   KENNEDY, Bucky                     12-0             5            3           8               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  58   HOLLENHORST, Calvin                 3-0              .           4           4               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  32   JOHNSON, Andre                     10-0             2            2           4             0.5-5         0.5-5        .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  56   McFARLAND, Aaron                   12-0             1            2           3               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  21   ALLEN, Datarius                     3-0             3             .          3               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
   1   RICE, Denzel                        9-0             2            1           3               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  35   CAIN, Austin                       12-0             1            2           3               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  38   MASLEY, John                        1-0             1            1           2               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  46   CATRON, Alex                       12-0              .           2           2               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  15   TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo                11-2             2             .          2               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  23   SINGLETON, Mark                     4-0             2             .          2               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  17   BATTLE, Michael                     7-0             1            1           2               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
   7   JONES, Kenny                       10-0             1             .          1               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
   8   SMALL, Travis                       6-0             1             .          1               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  51   THOMAS, Chris                       1-0              .           1           1               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  16   BLANKS, Tyrell                     12-6             1             .          1               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  11   BENNETT, DeMario                  12-12             1             .          1               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
  54   WATKINS, Tyler                      3-0              .            .           .              .             .          .              .        .            .                 .        1          .
 TM    TEAM                               5-0              1             .          1               .             .          .              .        .            .                 .         .         .
       COASTAL..........                  12-0           454          459        913             65-292        24-199    14-240            28       11           4-0                7        3          1
       Opponents......                    12-0           453          483        936            53.0-183       18-111     7-40             39       17           5-0                6         .         .


 C OASTAL I NSIDE R ED ZONE                                                              Times       Times       Total             Rush    Pass   FGs           ---- Failed   to score inside RZ ----
Date       Opponent                                                          Score        In RZ      Scored       Pts    TDs       TDs      TDs   Made   FGA       Downs       Int   Fumb Half        Game
Sep 01     NORTH CAROLINA A&T ......................... W                    29-13          4          3          13      1         1        0     2      0           0         1       0      0         0
Sep 08     at Furman .............................................. W        47-45          4          4          24      3         3        0     1      0           0         0       0      0         0
Sep 15     EASTERN KENTUCKY ............................. L                  17-35          3          3          17      2         0        2     1      0           0         0       0      0         0
Sep 22     at Toledo ................................................ L      28-38          4          3          21      3         1        2     0      0           1         0       0      0         0
Sep 29     at Appalachian State ............................... L            14-55          3          2          14      2         0        2     0      0           0         0       1      0         0
Oct 13     STONY BROOK * .................................... L              20-27          3          1           7      1         1        0     0      1           0         0       1      0
Oct 20     at VMI * ................................................ W        34-7          5          5          27      3         2        1     2      0           0         0       0      0         0
Oct 27     LIBERTY *............................................. W          36-12          3          3          21      3         1        2     0      0           0         0       0      0         0
Nov 03     at Gardner-Webb * ................................ W              55-33          4          4          28      4         4        0     0      0           0         0       0      0         0
Nov 10     at Presbyterian * ................................... W            65-7          5          4          29      4         2        2     0      0           0         1       0      0         0
Nov 17     CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * .................. W                        41-20          6          6          39      5         5        0     1      0           0         0       0      0         0
Nov. 24    at Bethune-Cookman (NCAA) ................. W                     24-14          5          3          17      2         1        1     1      1           0         1       0      0         0
Dec. 1     at Old Dominion (NCAA) ...........................
           Totals......41 of 49 (83.7%) ......................                              49         41        257     33        21       12     8      2          1         3        2          0         0

 O PPONENT I NSIDE R ED ZONE                                                             Times       Times       Total             Rush    Pass   FGs           ---- Failed   to score inside RZ ----
Date       Opponent                                                          Score        In RZ      Scored       Pts    TDs       TDs      TDs   Made   FGA       Downs       Int   Fumb Half        Game
Sep 01     NORTH CAROLINA A&T ......................... W                    29-13          2          2           6      0         0        0     2      0           0         0       0      0         0
Sep 08     at Furman .............................................. W        47-45          3          3          15      2         1        1     1      0           0         0       0      0         0
Sep 15     EASTERN KENTUCKY ............................. L                  17-35          4          3          21      3         3        0     0      0           0         1       0      0         0
Sep 22     at Toledo ................................................ L      28-38          6          5          31      4         2        2     1      1           0         0       0      0         0
Sep 29     at Appalachian State ............................... L            14-55          6          6          34      4         3        1     2      0           0         0       0      0         0
Oct 13     STONY BROOK * .................................... L              20-27          5          4          27      4         2        2     0      1           0         0       0      0         0
Oct 20     at VMI * ................................................ W        34-7          1          1           7      1         0        1     0      0           0         0       0      0         0
Oct 27     LIBERTY *............................................. W          36-12          1          1           6      1         0        1     0      0           0         0       0      0         0
Nov 03     at Gardner-Webb * ................................ W              55-33          4          4          27      4         2        2     0      0           0         0       0      0         0
Nov 10     at Presbyterian * ................................... W            65-7          0          0           0      0         0        0     0      0           0         0       0      0         0
Nov 17     CHARLESTON SOUTHERN * .................. W                        41-20          4          2          13      2         1        1     0      1           1         0       0      0         0
Nov. 24    at Bethune-Cookman (NCAA) ................. W                     24-14          2          1           6      1         1        0     0      0           1         0       0      0         0
Dec. 1     at Old Dominion (NCAA) ...........................
           Totals.......32 of 38 (84.2%) .....................                             38          32        193     26        15       11     6      3          2         1        0          0         0
              COASTAL CAROLINA FOOTBALL STATS
           2012 INDIVIDUAL OFFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME STATS                                                                                                                                                 (LEADERS)
RUSHING .................................No-Yds/TD              NC A&T       Furman     EKU            Toledo        App St.     SBU       VMI      Liberty          GWU      PC     CSU                  B-CU ODU
HEIGHT, Jeremy........................... 154-832/10            20-109/1     18-46/1   6-30/0          10-49/1       13-40/0   15-89/2   12-97/1    12-99/2         9-65/1  9-62/0 14-68/1              16-78/0
HILLARY, Aramis........................... 110-522/3             9-35/1      14-11/1   10-41/0         13--4/0        5-33/0    7-27/0   10-58/0    10-87/0          DNP    7-81/0 14-115/1             11-38/0
WHITENER, Marcus ........................ 51-394/7                  -         DNP       DNP             DNP            DNP       DNP      7-45/0      DNP           6-79/2 13-143/2 14-55/2             11-72/1
TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo .................... 77-350/5                 DNP        13-55/1   4-21/0          10-30/0        8-38/0    9-53/0    8-54/1     8-22/0         9-48/2  4-15/0 4-14/1                   -
SMALL, Travis ................................. 34-135/0          DNP         DNP       DNP             DNP            DNP      7-32/0    5-35/0     5-12/0          1-0/0  9-42/0   DNP                 7-14/0
ROSS, Alex....................................... 28-124/1          -         DNP      3-15/0           DNP            4-0/0     DNP     5-27/0     2-10/0         13-62/0 1-10/1    DNP                  DNP
KENNEDY, Bucky..................................9-26/0           3-10/0         -         -             1-1/0         1-3/0        -         -          -              -    4-12/0     -                    -
SILVERBERG, Zach ..............................7-20/0            7-20/0         -         -               -              -       DNP         -          -              -     DNP       -                    -

RECEIVING ..............................No-Yds/TD               NC A&T Furman EKU                      Toledo        App St.    SBU        VMI      Liberty          GWU         PC             CSU       B-CU ODU
HAZEL, Matt..................................... 52-644/6       3-57/1 7-128/1 6-63/1                  4-45/0        4-31/0    6-98/0     3-21/0    3-23/0         6-67/0      6-78/2           1-4/0    3-29/1
BENNETT, DeMario .......................... 41-579/6             3-39/0 5-87/1 4-26/0                  7-80/1        3-19/0    7-91/1     2-21/1    3-53/0         2-69/1      1-50/1             -      4-44/0
MASTROMATTEO, Niccolo ............. 43-500/3                    7-114/0  3-4/0 10-96/1                  DNP           DNP      3-18/0     3-20/0    3-16/0         4-151/2      2-5/0          5-49/0    3-27/0
BLANKS, Tyrell ................................ 27-306/2            -   1-20/0 4-28/0                  6-78/1        2-36/1    3-33/0      1-7/0     1-6/0          2-39/0      2-4/0          1-12/0    4-43/0
HEIGHT, Jeremy............................... 27-188/0          3-37/0   2-4/0  2-2/0                  5-38/0        4-45/0       -       2-19/0    2-12/0          1-8/0      2-14/0          1--2/0    3-11/0
PAUCIELLO, Thomas .........................6-135/1                  -   1-45/0    -                    3-48/1           -         -          -         -               -          -            1-18/0    1-24/0
WESLEY, Akeem.................................8-102/0               -      -      -                    4-58/0           -         -       1-27/0       -            1-8/0      2-9/0              -         -
ISRAEL, John........................................4-98/0          -      -    1-5/0                     -          1-45/0     DNP          -         -             DNP       2-48/0           DNP       DNP
DURAN, David ......................................7-90/2         2-3/0    -    DNP                     DNP           1-2/1    1-16/0     1-17/0       -               -       1-43/1           1-9/0     DNP
TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo .........................4-38/0               DNP      -      -                     1-9/0        1-12/0    2-17/0        -         -               -          -               -         -
KENNEDY, Sammie ..............................3-29/0            1-24/0   DNP    1-4/0                     -             -         -        1-1/0     DNP               -          -               -         -
JONES, Kenny.......................................2-14/1           -    1-4/0  DNP                       -             -         -          -         -               -       1-10/1             -       DNP
WHITENER, Marcus .............................2-12/0                -    DNP    DNP                     DNP           DNP       DNP          -       DNP               -          -            2-12/0       -
WHITESIDE, Dominique .........................1-9/0                 -      -    1-9/0                     -             -         -          -         -               -          -               -         -
PRESLEY, Chris ......................................2-5/1        DNP    DNP      -                     DNP             -       DNP          -       1-3/1             -          -               -       1-2/0
SMALL, Travis ........................................3-0/1       DNP    DNP    DNP                     DNP           DNP      1--2/0        -       1-3/1             -       1--1/0           DNP         -

PUNT RETURN .....................No-Yds/TD                      NC A&T Furman               EKU        Toledo        App St.    SBU        VMI      Liberty         GWU          PC            CSU       B-CU       PDU
MASTROMATTEO, Niccolo ............. 13-157/1                      2-5    1-5                1-1         DNP           DNP       1-0        1-7       3-26           1-20       3-93/1           -          -
SILVERBERG, Zach ...................................2-1            -      -                  -          2-1            -         -          -          -              -           -             -         1-0



KICK RETURN .......................No-Yds/TD                    NC A&T Furman               EKU        Toledo        App St.    SBU        VMI      Liberty         GWU             PC         CSU       B-CU       ODU
HEIGHT, Jeremy...................................22-467          1-19   4-121               4-95       6-130             -      2-44         -         -            3-27           1-15        1-16        -
HENDERSON, Tre ................................13-379            2-95     -                   -           -           4-141     1-19       1-21      1-31           1-13           1-25        2-34      1-28
BLANKS, Tyrell ........................................2-51        -      -                 1-27          -            1-24       -          -         -              -              -           -         -
SILVERBERG, Zach .................................3-34             -      -                   -           -              -      DNP          -       2-16           1-18           DNP           -         -
JACOBS, Andrae ......................................3-28          -     1-7                 1-0          -              -        -          -         -            1-21             -           -         -

INT RETURN ..........................No-Yds/TD                  NC A&T Furman               EKU        Toledo        App St.    SBU        VMI      Liberty         GWU             PC         CSU        B-CU ODU
JOHNSON, Dontavais ..............................4-64            3-32     -                   -           -            -         -          -        1-32             -              -          -           -
HAWTHORNE, L.aDarius......................3-70/1                   -      -                   -           -            -         -          -       1-66/1           1-4             -         1-0          -
BACKUS, Quinn .........................................2-0         -      -                   -           -            -         -          -         1-0             -              -         1-0          -
HOUSTON, Johnnie ..............................2-68/1              -      -                   -           -           1-0        -          -          -              -              -          -        1-68/1
HENDERSON, Tre ....................................1-14            -      -                 1-14          -            -         -          -          -              -              -          -           -
McCLURE, Mike.......................................1-17           -      -                   -           -            -         -          -          -              -            1-17         -           -
WILLIAMS, Pernell ....................................1-7          -      -                   -           -            -         -          -          -             1-7             -          -           -


ARAMIS HILLARY GAME-BY-GAME PASSING                                                                                     ALEX ROSS GAME-BY-GAME PASSING
Game                              Att Comp           Int       Pct   Yards     TD   Long Sack Yds            Effic      Game                        Att Comp         Int     Pct    Yards        TD     Long Sack Yds      Effic
North Carolina A&T                28    19            2       67.9     274      1    38     0   0           147.6       North Carolina A&T           1     0          0      0.0        0         0       0     0   0       0.0
at Furman                         27    20            1       74.1     292      2    45     4 32            182.0       at Furman                  DNP
Eastern Kentucky                  37    24            1       64.9     205      1    25     1   7           114.9       Eastern Kentucky             5     4         0      80.0          19      1      5      0     0   177.9
at Toledo                         47    30            0       63.8     356      3    33     5 29            148.5       at Toledo                  DNP
at Appalachian State              30    15            0       50.0     145      2    25     0   0           112.6       at Appalachian State         5     1         0      20.0          45      0      45     1     5    95.6
Stony Brook                       36    23            0       63.9     271      1    55     2 14            136.3       Stony Brook                DNP
at VMI                            19    11            0       57.9     114      1    27     1   7           125.7       at VMI                       5     3         0      60.0       19         0      11     1     1    91.9
Liberty                           21    13            0       61.9     113      1    41     0   0           122.8       Liberty                      1     1         0     100.0        3         1      3      0     0   455.2
at Gardner-Webb                 DNP-Inj                                                                                 at Gardner-Webb             30    16         1      53.3      342         3      81     1     8   175.4
at Presbyterian                   22    19            1       86.4    261      5       50          0    0   251.9       at Presbyterian              1     1         0     100.0       -1         0       0     0     0    91.6
Charleston Southern               22    12            0       54.5    102      0       18          1    2    93.5       Charleston Southern        DNP
at Bethune-Cookman                24    19            1       79.2    180      1       24          1    6   147.6       at Bethune Cookman         DNP
at Old Dominion                                                                                                         at Old Dominion
TOTALS                            313       205       6       65.5   2313      18      55      15      97   142.7       TOTALS                      48        26     1      54.2      427         5      81     3    14   159.1
               COASTAL CAROLINA FOOTBALL STATS
          2012 INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME STATS                                                                                                                    (LEADERS)
TACKLES ................................... UA-A           Total   NC A&T   Furman   EKU     Toledo   App State   SBU     VMI   Liberty   GWU       PC     CSU     B-CU     ODU
BACKUS, Quinn............................... 62-70         132       5-5      5-6    2-5      9-4       6-7       3-9     4-5     7-8      5-7     2-3     8-8      6-3
McCLURE, Mike .............................. 27-53          80       4-8      2-5    2-8      4-7       4-3       0-3     3-2     1-6      3-1     1-1     1-5      2-4
HAWTHORNE, LaDarius .................. 37-22                59       3-0      4-4    3-3      3-6       0-1       0-1     1-0     7-2      8-1     3-1     1-2      4-1
WILLIAMS, Pernell.......................... 31-22           53       5-2      2-0    2-1      7-1       1-1       4-9     2-0     1-0      2-4     2-3     2-1      1-0
JOHNSON, Dontavais ...................... 33-16             49       1-0      5-3    0-1      2-0       2-2       4-4     2-1     5-0      0-1     3-1     4-3      5-0
McCARTHY, Tyler ........................... 24-23           47       0-1      1-1    0-4      0-1       4-2       1-1      -      1-1      6-5     2-0     3-3      6-4
HOUSTON, Johnnie......................... 26-21             47       1-0      3-4    1-4      1-1       4-0       1-4     2-2     3-0      2-3     3-0     3-1      2-2
DAVIS, Quinton ............................... 15-28        43       0-1      1-1    0-5      2-4       1-0       3-5     1-1     0-1      2-3     1-1     2-2      2-4
SALLEY, Jeffery .............................. 10-28        38       1-2      0-3    0-6      0-2       1-3       0-3     2-0     2-3      1-0     1-2     1-2      1-2
GEORGE, Philip ............................... 22-14        36       4-2      5-4    3-1      0-4       4-1        -      2-1     2-0      2-1       -     DNP     DNP
JACOBS, Andrae ............................. 20-13          33       1-2       -     5-1      1-1       1-2       1-0     0-2     2-1      1-0     1-0     6-4      1-0
HARTSFIELD, Johnny ....................... 8-20             28       1-2      3-2    0-3      0-1       1-2       0-3     1-1      -       0-3     1-0     0-2      1-1
SAMPSON, Richie ............................. 17-9          26       1-0      2-1    1-0      5-0       4-2       0-1     2-4     2-1     DNP      DNP     DNP     DNP
BLACKBURN, Colton ....................... 11-11             22        -       1-0    1-2        -       1-2       0-1     1-5     1-0      2-0     3-0     0-1      1-0
HENDERSON, Tre.............................. 16-5           21       4-1       -     2-0      0-2       2-0       1-0     6-1      -       0-1     1-0      -        -
BOYLES, Lorenzo.............................. 10-9          19       1-1      0-1     -       1-3         -        -      2-1     1-0      0-1     3-1     1-0      1-1
ALLEN, Andrew ................................. 5-13        18       2-0       -     1-2      1-3         -       0-4     0-2     0-2      1-0       -     DNP     DNP
CROWDER, Marcus .......................... 11-6             17       1-0       -     2-0      1-1       2-0       0-1     0-3     1-0       -      3-0      -       1-1
DAVIS, Jamel .................................... 5-10      15       1-2      0-3    0-1      DNP       DNP       DNP      -      0-1      2-1       -     0-2      2-0
WHITESIDE, Dominique .................... 10-5              15        -        -      -         -         -        -      1-1     1-1      1-0     3-0     3-3      1-0
RANKIN, Miles .................................... 8-4      12      DNP      DNP     DNP        -       5-3       1-0     0-1      -       1-0     1-0     DNP     DNP
EDWARDS, Moon ............................. 1-10            11       0-2       -     0-3      0-1       1-3       DNP     DNP    DNP      DNP      0-1     DNP     DNP
KELLEY, Arthur ................................... 3-8      11       1-2       -      -         -         -       0-1     1-0     0-3       -        -     1-1      0-1
HOLDER, Roderick .............................. 8-3         11      DNP      DNP     1-1      2-0         -        -      DNP    DNP       1-0       -     1-1      3-1
HUNTER, Marcellus ............................ 3-7          10       0-2       -     2-2        -       DNP       DNP      -      1-0      0-1       -     0-2       -
JOHNSON, Matt .................................. 3-5         8      DNP       0-1    2-0        -       0-2       1-2      -     DNP      DNP        -     DNP     DNP
HOLLENHORST, Calvin ....................... 0-4              4      DNP      DNP     0-2      DNP         -       DNP     0-2    DNP      DNP      DNP     DNP     DNP
JOHNSON, Andre ................................ 2-2          4        -        -      -         -       DNP        -       -       -      DNP      2-0     0-2       -
RICE, Denzel ....................................... 2-1     3        -        -     DNP      DNP       1-0        -      1-0      -        -      DNP     0-1       -
McFARLAND, Aaron ............................ 1-2            3        -        -      -         -         -        -       -       -        -      1-1     0-1       -
ALLEN, Datarius .................................. 3-0       3      DNP      DNP     DNP      DNP       DNP       DNP     DNP    DNP      DNP      2-0      -       1-0
BATTLE, Michael ................................. 1-1        2      DNP      DNP     DNP        -         -       DNP      -     DNP        -      1-1      -        -

SACKS ......................................... UA-A       Total   NC A&T   Furman   EKU     Toledo   App State   SBU      VMI Liberty     GWU      PC     CSU      B-CU    ODU
DAVIS, Quinton ................................... 4-1      4.5       -        -       -      1.0-5       -        -         -     -      2.0-20   1.0-5   0.5-4      -
BACKUS, Quinn................................... 2-1        2.5       -        -       -        -         -        -      1.0-9 1.0-7     0.5-4      -       -        -
McCLURE, Mike .................................. 1-3        2.5       -        -       -        -         -        -      1.5-13   -       0.5-3     -       -     0.5-12
CROWDER, Marcus ............................ 2-0            2.0       -        -     1.0-9      -         -        -         -     -         -       -       -      1.0-3
ALLEN, Andrew ................................... 2-0       2.0     1.0-9      -       -      1.0-7       -        -         -     -         -       -     DNP      DNP
HARTSFIELD, Johnny ......................... 2-0            2.0       -      1.0-3     -        -         -        -      1.0-8    -         -       -       -        -
HOUSTON, Johnnie............................. 1-2           2.0       -      1.0-7     -        -         -        -      0.5-6    -         -       -       -     0.5-12
KELLEY, Arthur ................................... 1-0      1.0       -        -       -        -         -        -      1.0-7    -         -       -       -        -
HAWTHORNE, LaDarius ...................... 1-0              1.0       -        -       -        -         -        -         -     -         -       -       -      1.0-9
JACOBS, Andrae ................................. 1-0        1.0       -        -       -        -         -        -         -     -         -       -       -      1.0-8
SAMPSON, Richie ............................... 1-0         1.0       -        -       -        -         -        -         -   1.0-8     DNP     DNP     DNP      DNP
WILLIAMS, Pernell.............................. 1-0         1.0    1.0-10      -       -        -         -        -         -     -         -       -       -        -
SALLEY, Jeffery .................................. 1-0      1.0       -        -       -        -         -        -         -     -      1.0-6      -       -        -
JOHNSON, Andre ................................ 0-1         0.5       -        -       -        -       DNP        -         -     -       DNP       -     0.5-5      -

TFLs .............................................. UA-A   Total   NC A&T   Furman   EKU     Toledo   App State   SBU      VMI Liberty     GWU      PC     CSU      B-CU    ODU
McCLURE, Mike .................................. 6-5        8.5     3.5-4    1.0-1     -        -       0.5-0       -     1.5-13   -      0.5-3      -     1.0-9   0.5-12
BACKUS, Quinn................................... 6-4        8.0       -      1.0-1     -        -       0.5-1     0.5-2    1.0-9 1.5-8     1.5-5     -     2.0-4      -
DAVIS, Quinton ................................... 6-3      7.5       -        -       -      1.0-5       -       1.5-8    1.0-1   -      2.0-20   1.0-5   0.5-4    0.5-0
HOUSTON, Johnnie............................. 4-3           5.5       -      1.0-7     -        -         -       0.5-1   0.5-6 1.0-1        -     2.0-6     -     0.5-12
JOHNSON, Dontavais .......................... 4-1           4.5       -        -       -      1.0-1       -       0.5-2      -     -         -     1.0-1   1.0-1    1.0-1
WILLIAMS, Pernell.............................. 3-0         3.0    2.0-13      -     1.0-4      -         -         -        -     -         -       -       -        -
SAMPSON, Richie ............................... 3-0         3.0       -        -       -      1.0-2     1.0-2       -        -   1.0-8     DNP     DNP     DNP      DNP
CROWDER, Marcus ............................ 3-0            3.0       -        -     1.0-9      -         -         -        -   1.0-5       -       -       -      1.0-3
SALLEY, Jeffery .................................. 3-0      3.0       -        -       -        -         -         -     1.0-1    -      1.0-6      -     1.0-1      -
JACOBS, Andrae ................................. 2-1        2.5     0.5-2      -       -        -         -         -        -     -         -       -     1.0-1    1.0-8
HARTSFIELD, Johnny ......................... 2-1            2.5     0.5-2    1.0-3     -        -         -         -     1.0-8    -         -       -       -        -
HAWTHORNE, LaDarius ...................... 2-1              2.5     1.0-5      -       -        -         -         -        -     -         -       -       -     1.5-10
KELLEY, Arthur ................................... 1-2      2.0     0.5-1      -       -        -         -         -     1.0-7 0.5-1        -       -       -        -
ALLEN, Andrew ................................... 2-0       2.0     1.0-9      -       -      1.0-7       -         -        -     -         -       -     DNP      DNP
WHITESIDE, Dominique ...................... 2-0             2.0       -        -       -        -         -         -      1.0-2 1.0-3       -       -       -        -
McCARTHY, Tyler ............................... 1-0         1.0       -        -       -        -         -         -        -     -         -       -     1.0-5      -
HOLDER, Roderick .............................. 1-0         1.0     DNP      DNP       -        -         -         -      DNP   DNP         -       -     1.0-1      -
GEORGE, Philip ................................... 1-0      1.0       -      1.0-1     -        -         -         -        -     -         -       -     DNP      DNP
HENDERSON, Tre................................ 1-0          1.0       -        -       -        -         -         -     1.0-2    -         -       -       -        -
BLACKBURN, Colton ........................... 1-0           1.0       -        -       -        -         -         -        -     -         -     1.0-1     -        -
JOHNSON, Andre ................................ 0-1         0.5       -        -       -        -       DNP         -        -     -       DNP       -     0.5-5      -
       COASTAL CAROLINA FOOTBALL STATS
                              2012 COASTAL GAME-BY-GAME STATS
                                           TEAM STATISTICS

                                             Rushing                  Receiving                   Passing                Kick Returns             Punt Returns              tot
Date      Opponent                    no.      yds td      lg   no.      yds td   lg     cmp-att-int    yds   td   lg   no. yds td          lg   no. yds td lg              off
Sep 01     NORTH CAROLINA A&T          41      163 2 24   19            274 1 38     19-29-2          274 1 38           3    114       0   66       2   5       0    8     437
Sep 08     at Furman                   45      112 3 14   20            292 2 45     20-27-1          292 2 45           6    128       0   63       1   5       0    5     404
Sep 15     EASTERN KENTUCKY            24      106 0 14   29            233 2 25     29-43-1          233 2 25           6    122       0   27       1   1       0    1     339
Sep 22     at Toledo                   34       76 1 20   30            356 3 33     30-47-0          356 3 33           6    130       0   30       2   1       0    1     432
Sep 29     at Appalachian State        31      114 0 12   16            190 2 45     16-35-0          190 2 45           5    165       0   87       0   0       0    0     304
Oct 13     STONY BROOK                 38      201 2 26   23            271 1 55     23-36-0          271 1 55           3     63       0   31       1   0       0    0     472
Oct 20     at VMI                      49      331 2 20   14            133 1 27     14-24-0          133 1 27           1     21       0   21       2  37       1    7     464
Oct 27     LIBERTY                     39      226 2 46   14            116 2 41     14-22-0          116 2 41           3     47       0   31       3  26       0   12     342
Nov 03     at Gardner-Webb             38      254 5 39   16            342 3 81     16-30-1          342 3 81           6     79       0   21       1  20       0   20     596
Nov 10     at Presbyterian             48      365 3 61   20            260 5 50     20-23-1          260 5 50           2     40       0   25       3  93       1   87     625
Nov 17     CHARLESTON SOUTHERN         46      252 5 46   12            102 0 18     12-22-0          102 0 18           3     50       0   28       0   0       0    0     354
Nov 24     at Bethune-Cookman          45      202 1 21   19            180 1 24     19-24-1          180 1 24           1     28       0   28       1   0       0    0     382
Coastal Carolina                      478     2402 26 61 232           2749 23 81 232-362-7          2749 23 81         45    987       0   87      17 188       2   87    5151
Opponents                             466     2204 18 78 210           2636 23 77 210-351-14         2636 23 77         62   1155       0   55      21 157       0   39    4840

Games played: 12
Avg per rush: 5.0
Avg per catch: 11.8
Pass efficiency: 144.98
Kick ret avg: 21.9
Punt ret avg: 11.1
All purpose avg/game: 547.2
Total offense avg/gm: 429.2
                                             Tackles                      Sacks        Fumble           Pass Defense           Blkd         PAT Attempts
Date   Opponent                  ua         a     total     tfl-yds      no-yds         ff  fr-yds   int-yds   qbh brup        kick          kick rush rcv           saf    pts
Sep 01 NORTH CAROLINA A&T        37     39         76       9.0-36       2.0-19         0     0-0      3-32         0     1         0         3-3      0     0        1      29
Sep 08 at Furman                 35     40         75       5.0-13       2.0-10         0     1-0       0-0         0     5         1         4-4      1     0        0      47
Sep 15 EASTERN KENTUCKY          32     56         88       2.0-13        1.0-9         0     0-0      1-14         0     1         0         2-2      0     0        0      17
Sep 22 at Toledo                 41     44         85       4.0-15       2.0-12         1     1-0       0-0         0     1         0         4-4      0     0        0      28
Sep 29 at Appalachian State      47     36         83        2.0-3        0.0-0         0     0-0       1-0         0     1         0         2-2      0     0        0      14
Oct 13 STONY BROOK               21     52         73       3.0-13        0.0-0         0     0-0       0-0         0     0         0         3-3      0     0        0      21
Oct 20 at VMI                    35     38         73       9.0-49       5.0-43         1     0-0       0-0         1     1         1         4-4      0     0        0      34
Oct 27 LIBERTY                   38     30         68       6.0-26       2.0-15         1     0-0      3-98         2     6         0         4-4      1     0        0      36
Nov 03 at Gardner-Webb           43     34         77       5.0-34       4.0-33         0     0-0      2-11         4     4         1         5-7      1     0        0      55
Nov 10 at Presbyterian           46     16         62       5.0-13        1.0-5         1     1-0      1-17         2     2         0         7-7      1     1        0      65
Nov 17 CHARLESTON SOUTHE         37     48         85       9.0-31        1.0-9         1     0-0       2-0         1     3         0         4-4      1     0        0      41
Nov 24 at Bethune-Cookman        42     26         68       6.0-46       4.0-44         2     1-0      1-68         1     3         0         3-3      0     0        0      24
Coastal Carolina                454    459        913     65.0-292     24.0-199         7     4-0    14-240        11    28         3       45-47      5     1        1     411
Opponents                       453    483        936     53.0-183     18.0-111         6     5-0      7-40        17    39         0       31-35      0     1        0     306


                              2012 OPPONENT GAME-BY-GAME STATS
                                          OPPONENT STATISTICS

                                             Rushing                  Receiving                   Passing                Kick Returns             Punt Returns              tot
Date      Opponent                    no.      yds td      lg   no.      yds td   lg     cmp-att-int    yds   td   lg   no. yds td          lg   no. yds td lg              off
Sep 01     NORTH CAROLINA A&T          43      152 0 18   11            155 1 39     11-23-3          155 1 39           5    108       0   34       1  -4       0    0     307
Sep 08     at Furman                   35      143 2 25   26            296 4 25     26-46-0          296 4 25           5    100       0   28       2  -2       0    0     439
Sep 15     EASTERN KENTUCKY            48      217 3 21   13            225 2 77     13-18-1          225 2 77           4     79       0   23       2   8       0    6     442
Sep 22     at Toledo                   31      112 2 13   27            290 3 43     27-36-0          290 3 43           5    100       0   27       6  71       0   39     402
Sep 29     at Appalachian State        49      399 4 75   20            285 3 69     20-28-1          285 3 69           2     62       0   35       4  41       0   26     684
Oct 13     STONY BROOK                 42      283 2 64   10            181 2 40     10-13-0          181 2 40           4     59       0   30       1  -1       0    0     464
Oct 20     at VMI                      25       16 0 9    25            236 1 32     25-41-0          236 1 32           6     68       0   23       1  22       0   22     252
Oct 27     LIBERTY                     30       86 0 20   25            179 1 19     25-43-3          179 1 19           5    104       0   33       1   3       0    3     265
Nov 03     at Gardner-Webb             37      226 3 78   22            321 2 39     22-32-2          321 2 39           7     76       0   17       1   7       0    7     547
Nov 10     at Presbyterian             34      163 0 27   12             91 1 56     12-25-1           91 1 56          10    197       0   55       0   0       0    0     254
Nov 17     CHARLESTON SOUTHERN         49      201 1 34   10            163 2 37     10-23-2          163 2 37           5     99       0   34       2  12       0   11     364
Nov 24     at Bethune-Cookman          43      206 1 56    9            214 1 74      9-23-1          214 1 74           4    103       0   38       0   0       0    0     420
Opponents                             466     2204 18 78 210           2636 23 77 210-351-14         2636 23 77         62   1155       0   55      21 157       0   39    4840
Coastal Carolina                      478     2402 26 61 232           2749 23 81 232-362-7          2749 23 81         45    987       0   87      17 188       2   87    5151

Games played: 12
Avg per rush: 4.7
Avg per catch: 12.6
Pass efficiency: 136.56
Kick ret avg: 18.6
Punt ret avg: 7.5
All purpose avg/game: 516.0
Total offense avg/gm: 403.3
                                             Tackles                      Sacks        Fumble           Pass Defense           Blkd         PAT Attempts
Date   Opponent                  ua         a     total     tfl-yds      no-yds         ff  fr-yds   int-yds   qbh   brup      kick          kick rush rcv           saf    pts
Sep 01 NORTH CAROLINA A&T        37     40         77        3.0-8        0.0-0         0     0-0       2-1         0     1         0         1-1     0      0        0     13
Sep 08 at Furman                 26     76        102       8.0-37       4.0-32         1     0-0       1-0         0     2         0         3-4     0      0        0     45
Sep 15 EASTERN KENTUCKY          40     30         70       6.0-17        1.0-7         2     1-0      1-13         1     7         0         5-5     0      0        0     35
Sep 22 at Toledo                 40     50         90       7.0-34       5.0-29         0     0-0       0-0         1     9         0         5-5     0      0        0     38
Sep 29 at Appalachian State      33     28         61        2.0-6        1.0-5         1     1-0       0-0         5     3         0         7-7     0      0        0     55
Oct 13 STONY BROOK               41     34         75       5.0-19       2.0-14         1     1-0       0-0         1     5         0         3-4     0      0        0     27
Oct 20 at VMI                    34     52         86        2.0-8        2.0-8         0     0-0       0-0         0     3         0         1-1     0      0        0      7
Oct 27 LIBERTY                   41     24         65        4.0-6        0.0-0         0     0-0       0-0         4     2         0         0-0     0      0        0     12
Nov 03 at Gardner-Webb           35     38         73       2.0-10        1.0-8         0     0-0      1-12         4     3         0         3-5     0      0        0     33
Nov 10 at Presbyterian           51     26         77       6.0-11        0.0-0         0     0-0      1-14         0     0         0         1-1     0      0        0      7
Nov 17 CHARLESTON SOUTHE         34     42         76        5.0-9        1.0-2         1     1-0       0-0         0     2         0         2-2     0      0        0     20
Nov 24 at Bethune-Cookman        41     43         84       3.0-18        1.0-6         0     1-0       1-0         1     2         0         0-0     0      1        0     14
Opponents                       453    483        936     53.0-183     18.0-111         6     5-0      7-40        17    39         0       31-35     0      1        0    306
Coastal Carolina                454    459        913     65.0-292     24.0-199         7     4-0    14-240        11    28         3       45-47     5      1        1    411
                                        The Automated ScoreBook
                Coastal Carolina Individual Season/Career Statistics (as of Nov 26, 2012)
                                                All games

                             SEASON                                                                    CAREER

Rushing                 gp    att   gain loss       net avg     td     lg avg g            gp         att      gain    loss     net     avg      td        lg        avg g
HEIGHT, Jeremy          12   154 848 16 832 5.4 10                     46 69.3             41     300         1406       72    1334      4.4     11        46        32.5
HILLARY, Aramis         11   110 639 117 522 4.7 3                     46 47.5             27     198         1027      213     814      4.1     12        46        30.1
WHITENER, Marcus         6    51 397    3 394 7.7 7                    61 65.7             34     168          963       44     919      5.5      8        61        27.0
TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo     11    77 357    7 350 4.5 5                    25 31.8             11      77          357        7     350      4.5      5        25        31.8
SMALL, Travis            6    34 146 11 135 4.0 0                      15 22.5             20     126          598       31     567      4.5      4        31        28.4
ROSS, Alex               7    28 138 14 124 4.4 1                      11 17.7              7      28          138       14     124      4.4      1        11        17.7
KENNEDY, Bucky          12     9   29   3   26 2.9 0                    9   2.2            23      35          123       11     112      3.2      0        16         4.9
SILVERBERG, Zach        10     7   20   0   20 2.9 0                    6   2.0            18      15           46       13      33      2.2      0        10         1.8
MASTROMATTEO,Nicc       10     1   17   0   17 17.0 0                  17   1.7            33       2           17        0      17      8.5      0        17         0.5
CHURCH, Michael          1     1    0   0    0 0.0 0                    0   0.0             1       1            0        0       0      0.0      0         0         0.0
BLANKS, Tyrell          12     1    0   1   -1 -1.0 0                   0 -0.1             12       1            0        1      -1     -1.0      0         0        -0.1
HAZEL, Matt             12     1    0   5   -5 -5.0 0                   0 -0.4             34       1            0        5      -5     -5.0      0         0        -0.1
TEAM                     5     4    0 12 -12 -3.0 0                     0 -2.4
Total                   12   478 2591 189 2402 5.0 26                  61 200.2
Opponents               12   466 2508 304 2204 4.7 18                  78 183.7

Passing                 gp     effic comp-att-int     pct     yds    td    lg avg g        gp          effic comp-att-int         pct      yds        td        lg     avg g
HILLARY, Aramis         11   142.71 205-313-6 65.5 2313 18                55 210.3         27     142.06 366-564-13             64.9     4194         33        58     155.3
ROSS, Alex               7   159.10 26-48-1     54.2 427 5                81 61.0           7     159.10   26-48-1              54.2      427          5        81      61.0
CAIN, Austin            12   175.60   1-1-0    100.0   9 0                 9   0.8         23     175.60    1-1-0              100.0        9          0         9       0.4
Total                   12   144.98 232-362-7 64.1 2749 23                81 229.1
Opponents               12   136.56 210-351-14 59.8 2636 23               77 219.7

Receiving               gp   no.    yds    avg      td      lg avg g                       gp     no.          yds       avg     td       lg     avg g
HAZEL, Matt             12 52 644          12.4      6      55 53.7                        34     104         1408      13.5     17      58      41.4
MASTROMATTEO,Nicc       10 43 500          11.6      3      81 50.0                        33      44          507      11.5      3      81      15.4
BENNETT, DeMario        12 41 579          14.1      6      60 48.2                        23      55          743      13.5      8      60      32.3
BLANKS, Tyrell          12 27 306          11.3      2      34 25.5                        12      27          306      11.3      2      34      25.5
HEIGHT, Jeremy          12 27 188           7.0      0      25 15.7                        41      53          404       7.6      0      31       9.9
WESLEY, Akeem           12   8 102         12.8      0      27   8.5                       43      34          409      12.0      4      27       9.5
DURAN, David             9   7   90        12.9      2      43 10.0                        36      65          910      14.0      5      47      25.3
PAUCIELLO, Thomas       12   6 135         22.5      1      45 11.2                        12       6          135      22.5      1      45      11.2
ISRAEL, John             8   4   98        24.5      0      45 12.2                         8       4           98      24.5      0      45      12.2
TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo     11   4   38         9.5      0      14   3.5                       11       4           38       9.5      0      14       3.5
KENNEDY, Sammie         10   3   29         9.7      0      24   2.9                       25       3           29       9.7      0      24       1.2
SMALL, Travis            6   3    0         0.0      1       3   0.0                       20      12           20       1.7      1       9       1.0
JONES, Kenny            10   2   14         7.0      1      10   1.4                       34      10          103      10.3      2      22       3.0
WHITENER, Marcus         6   2   12         6.0      0       6   2.0                       34      21          183       8.7      2      39       5.4
PRESLEY, Chris           8   2    5         2.5      1       3   0.6                       29      24          296      12.3      5      50      10.2
WHITESIDE, Dominique    12   1    9         9.0      0       9   0.8                       29       1            9       9.0      0       9       0.3
Total                   12 232 2749        11.8     23      81 229.1
Opponents               12 210 2636        12.6     23      77 219.7

Total Offense           g plays     rush   pass     total avg g                        g    plays           rush      pass     total     avg g
HILLARY, Aramis        11    423 522 2313 2835 257.7                                  27        762          814      4194     5008      185.5
HEIGHT, Jeremy         12    154 832     0 832 69.3                                   41        302         1334        13     1347       32.9
ROSS, Alex              7     76 124 427 551 78.7                                      7         76          124       427      551       78.7
WHITENER, Marcus        6     51 394     0 394 65.7                                   34        168          919         0      919       27.0
TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo    11     77 350     0 350 31.8                                   11         77          350         0      350       31.8
SMALL, Travis           6     34 135     0 135 22.5                                   20        126          567         0      567       28.4
KENNEDY, Bucky         12      9   26    0   26   2.2                                 23         35          112         0      112        4.9
SILVERBERG, Zach       10      7   20    0   20   2.0                                 18         15           33         0       33        1.8
MASTROMATTEO,Nicc      10      1   17    0   17   1.7                                 33          2           17         0       17        0.5
CAIN, Austin           12      1    0    9    9   0.8                                 23          2          -16         9       -7       -0.3
BLANKS, Tyrell         12      1   -1    0   -1 -0.1                                  12          1           -1         0       -1       -0.1
HAZEL, Matt            12      1   -5    0   -5 -0.4                                  34          2           -5        21       16        0.5
TEAM                    5      4 -12     0 -12 -2.4
Total                  12    840 2402 2749 5151 429.2
Opponents              12    817 2204 2636 4840 403.3
                                SEASON                                                                        CAREER

                                                            PAT                                                                     PAT
Scoring               td        fg        kick            rush rcv pass       d p saf   pts    td   fg          kick               rush    rcv pass    d p saf   pts
CATRON, Alex           - 9-12             41-43            -         - -        -   - 68       - 9-12           41-43               -          - -       -   -    68
HEIGHT, Jeremy        10   -                -             1-1        - -        -   - 62      11   -              -                1-1         - -       -   -    68
WHITENER, Marcus       7   -                -              -         - -        -   - 42      10   -              -                 -          - -       -   -    60
BENNETT, DeMario       6   -                -             1-1        - -        -   - 38       8   -              -                1-1         - -       -   -    50
HAZEL, Matt            6   -                -              -         - -        -   - 36      17   -              -                 -          - -       -   -   102
TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo    5   -                -              -         - -        -   - 30       5   -              -                 -          - -       -   -    30
MASTROMATTEO,Nicc      4   -                -              -         - -        -   - 24       5   -              -                 -          - -       -   -    30
HILLARY, Aramis        3   -                -              -         - -        -   - 18      12   -              -                 -          - 0-1     -   -    72
BLANKS, Tyrell         2   -                -              -         - -        -   - 12       2   -              -                 -          - -       -   -    12
DURAN, David           2   -                -              -         - -        -   - 12       5   -              -                 -          1 -       -   -    32
PAUCIELLO, Thomas      1   -                -              -         1 -        -   -   8      1   -              -                 -          1 -       -   -     8
CLAYTON, Grant         - 1-2               4-4             -         - -        -   -   7      - 10-18          36-38               -          - -       -   -    66
PRESLEY, Chris         1   -                -              -         - -        -   -   6      5   -              -                 -          - -       -   -    30
ROSS, Alex             1   -                -              -         - -        -   -   6      1   -              -                 -          - -       -   -     6
SMALL, Travis          1   -                -              -         - -        -   -   6      5   -              -                 -          - -       -   -    30
JONES, Kenny           1   -                -              -         - -        -   -   6      2   -              -                 -          - -       -   -    12
HAWTHORNE, LaDariu     1   -                -              -         - -        -   -   6      1   -              -                 -          - -       -   -     6
HOUSTON, Johnnie       1   -                -              -         - -        -   -   6      2   -              -                 -          - -       -   -    12
BOYLES, Lorenzo        1   -                -              -         - -        -   -   6      1   -              -                 -          - -       -   -     6
CAIN, Austin           -   -                -             3-3        - 1-1      -   -   6      -   -              -                3-3         - 1-1     -   -     6
McCLURE, Mike          -   -                -              -         - -        1   -   2      -   -              -                 -          - -       1   -     2
ALLEN, Andrew          -   -                -              -         - -        -   1   2      -   -              -                 -          - -       -   1     2
JOHNSON, Dontavais     -   -                -              -         - -        1   -   2      -   -              -                 -          - -       1   -     2
Total                 53 10-14            45-47           5-5        1 1-1      2   1 411
Opponents             41 9-16             31-35            -         1 1-6      -   - 306

Punt Returns           no.       yds      avg        td         lg                            no.    yds        avg        td             lg
MASTROMATTEO,Nicc      13        157 12.1             1        87                             60     536        8.9            2          91
SILVERBERG, Zach        3          1 0.3              0         1                              3       1        0.3            0           1
WATKINS, Tyler          1         26 26.0             0         0                              1      26       26.0            0           0
BOYLES, Lorenzo         0          4 0.0              1         4                              0       4        0.0            1           4
Total                  17        188 11.1             2        87
Opponents              21        157 7.5              0        39

Kick Returns           no.       yds      avg        td         lg                            no.    yds        avg        td             lg
HEIGHT, Jeremy         22 467             21.2        0        63                             41     887       21.6            0          78
HENDERSON, Tre         14 407             29.1        0        87                             51    1190       23.3            1          87
JACOBS, Andrae          3   28             9.3        0        21                              3      28        9.3            0          21
SILVERBERG, Zach        3   34            11.3        0        18                              5      60       12.0            0          18
BLANKS, Tyrell          2   51            25.5        0        27                              2      51       25.5            0          27
TEAM                    1    0             0.0        0         0
Total                  45 987             21.9        0        87
Opponents              62 1155            18.6        0        55

Interceptions          no.       yds      avg        td         lg                            no.    yds        avg        td             lg
JOHNSON, Dontavais      4         64      16.0        0        33                              4      64       16.0            0          33
HAWTHORNE, LaDariu      3         70      23.3        1        66                              3      70       23.3            1          66
HOUSTON, Johnnie        2         68      34.0        1        68                              4     102       25.5            2          68
BACKUS, Quinn           2          0       0.0        0         0                              2       0        0.0            0           0
WILLIAMS, Pernell       1          7       7.0        0         7                              1       7        7.0            0           7
HENDERSON, Tre          1         14      14.0        0        14                              2      80       40.0            1          66
McCLURE, Mike           1         17      17.0        0        17                              1      17       17.0            0          17
Total                  14        240      17.1        2        68
Opponents               7         40       5.7        0        14


Field Goals                att good         long              blkd                            att   good        long               blkd
CATRON, Alex               12         9          45             0                             12          9          45              0
CLAYTON, Grant              2         1          29             0                             18         10          42              1
Total                      14        10          45             0
Opponents                  16         9          50             0

Punting                                    no. yds avg               lg blk                   no.   yds       avg         lg        blk
CAIN, Austin                                49 1778 36.3 55              0                    99 3504         35.4        58         1
Total                                       49 1778 36.3 55              0
Opponents                                   55 2074 37.7 60              1

Kickoffs              no. yds avg            tb ob                                            no.   yds       avg         tb        ob
CATRON, Alex          67   3649      54.5        4        1                                   89 4709         52.9         4         2
CLAYTON, Grant         4    189      47.2        0        1                                    7 330          47.1         0         1
Total                 71   3838      54.1        4        2
Opponents             55   3184      57.9        7        3
                                    SEASON                                                                                CAREER

     All Purpose        g   rush    rcv     pr     kr         ir      total avg g                    g        rush          rcv           pr           kr            ir     total       avg g
     HEIGHT, Jeremy    12 832 188            0 467         0 1487 123.9                             41    1334              404        0          887                 0    2625         64.0
     MASTROMATTE       10   17 500         157    0        0 674 67.4                               33      17              507      536          995                 0    2055         62.3
     HAZEL, Matt       12   -5 644           0    0        0 639 53.2                               34      -5             1408        0            0                 0    1403         41.3
     BENNETT, DeM      12    0 579           0    0        0 579 48.2                               23       5              743        0            0                 0     748         32.5
     HILLARY, Aramis   11 522     0          0    0        0 522 47.5                               27     814                0        0            0                 0     814         30.1
     HENDERSON, T      12    0    0          0 407        14 421 35.1                               43       0                0        0         1190                80    1270         29.5
     WHITENER, Mar      6 394    12          0    0        0 406 67.7                               34     919              183        0           11                 0    1113         32.7
     TALIAFERRO, L     11 350    38          0    0        0 388 35.3                               11     350               38        0            0                 0     388         35.3
     BLANKS, Tyrell    12   -1 306           0   51        0 356 29.7                               12      -1              306        0           51                 0     356         29.7
     PAUCIELLO, Th     12    0 135           0    0        0 135 11.2                               12       0              135        0            0                 0     135         11.2
     SMALL, Travis      6 135     0          0    0        0 135 22.5                               20     567               20        0           13                 0     600         30.0
     ROSS, Alex         7 124     0          0    0        0 124 17.7                                7     124                0        0            0                 0     124         17.7
     WESLEY, Akee      12    0 102           0    0        0 102    8.5                             43      20              409        0            8                 0     437         10.2
     ISRAEL, John       8    0   98          0    0        0   98 12.2                               8       0               98        0            0                 0      98         12.2
     DURAN, David       9    0   90          0    0        0   90 10.0                              36       0              910        0           40                 0     950         26.4
     HAWTHORNE, L      12    0    0          0    0       70   70   5.8                             28       0                0       14            0                70      84          3.0
     HOUSTON, John     12    0    0          0    0       68   68   5.7                             32       0                0        0            0               102     102          3.2
     JOHNSON, Dont     12    0    0          0    0       64   64   5.3                             27       0                0        0            0                64      64          2.4
     SILVERBERG, Z     10   20    0          1   34        0   55   5.5                             18      33                0        1           60                 0      94          5.2
     KENNEDY, Sam      10    0   29          0    0        0   29   2.9                             25       0               29        0            0                 0      29          1.2
     JACOBS, Andrae    12    0    0          0   28        0   28   2.3                             46       0                0        0           28                22      50          1.1
     WATKINS, Tyler     3    0    0         26    0        0   26   8.7                              3       0                0       26            0                 0      26          8.7
     KENNEDY, Buck     12   26    0          0    0        0   26   2.2                             23     112               21        0           30                 0     163          7.1
     McCLURE, Mike     12    0    0          0    0       17   17   1.4                             30       0                0        0            0                17      17          0.6
     JONES, Kenny      10    0   14          0    0        0   14   1.4                             34      17              103        2          233                 0     355         10.4
     WHITESIDE, Do     12    0    9          0    0        0    9   0.8                             29       0                9        0            0                 0       9          0.3
     WILLIAMS, Pern    12    0    0          0    0        7    7   0.6                             23       0                0        0            0                 7       7          0.3
     PRESLEY, Chris     8    0    5          0    0        0    5   0.6                             29       0              296        0            0                 0     296         10.2
     BOYLES, Lorenz    12    0    0          4    0        0    4   0.3                             22       0                0        4            0                 0       4          0.2
     TEAM               5  -12    0          0    0        0  -12 -2.4
     Total             12 2402 2749        188 987       240 6566 547.2
     Opponents         12 2204 2636        157 1155       40 6192 516.0

     Defensive eaders          gp    ua     a total      tfl sack int pbu            fr   ff blk         gp      ua          a    total          tfl    sack int pbu            fr      ff blk
30   BACKUS, Quinn             12    62    7 0 1 32     8.0        2 .5    2    3    2    3     .        22 80             83     1 63          9.5         3 .0      2    3    3       3     .
10   McCLURE, Mike             12    27    53 80        8.5        2 .5    1    1     .    .    .        30 53             71     1 24         12.5         4 .0      1    2    1       1     .
25   HAWTHORNE, LaDariu        12    37    22 59        2.5        1 .0    3    4     .    .    .        28 44             24       68          2.5         1 .0      3    4    1        .   1
37   WILLIAMS, Pernell         12    31    22 53        3.0        1 .0    1    2     .    .    .        23 48             27       75          3.0         1 .0      1    4     .       .    .
4    JOHNSON, Dontavais        12    33    16 49        4.5           .    4    5     .   1    1         27 47             17      64           4.5            .      4    7     .      1    1
26   HOUSTON, Johnnie          12    26    21 47        5.5        2 .0    2    1     .   2     .        32 63             42     1 05          8.5         2 .0      4    2     .      2     .
48   McCARTHY, Tyler           12    24    23 47        1.0           .     .   3     .    .    .        34 29             23       52          1.0            .       .   3     .       .   1
95   DAVIS, Quinton            12    15    28 43        7.5        4 .5     .    .   1     .    .        37 51             76     1 27         20.5         9 .5       .   1    2        .    .
50   SALLEY, Jeffery           12    10    28 38        3.0        1 .0     .    .    .    .    .        25 19             36      55           4.0         2 .0       .    .   1       1     .
43   GEORGE, Philip            10    22    14 36        1.0           .     .   1     .    .    .        32 56             26       82          3.0         1 .0      1    3    1       1     .
40   JACOBS, Andrae            12    20    13 33        2.5        1 .0     .    .    .    .    .        46 115            93     2 08         27.0         6 .0      1    1     .      1     .
91   HARTSFIELD, Johnny        12     8    20 28        2.5        2 .0     .   2     .   1    1         35 28             44       72         12.5         3 .0      1    2     .      1    1
45   SAMPSON, Richie            8    17     9 26        3.0        1 .0     .   1     .    .    .         8 17              9      26           3.0         1 .0       .   1     .       .    .
39   BLACKBURN, Colton         12    11    11 22        1.0           .     .    .    .    .    .        12 11             11       22          1.0             .      .    .    .       .    .
6    HENDERSON, Tre            12    16      5 21       1.0           .    1     .    .    .    .        43 48             21       69          3.0            .      2    4     .       .    .
28   BOYLES, Lorenzo           12    10     9 19        0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .        22 18             13       31          0.5         0 .5       .   1     .       .    .
13   ALLEN, Andrew             10     5    13 18        2.0        2 .0     .    .    .    .    .        10   5            13       18          2.0         2 .0       .    .    .       .    .
99   CROWDER, Marcus           12    11     6 17        3.0        2 .0     .   2     .    .    .        12 11              6       17          3.0         2 .0       .   2     .       .    .
88   WHITESIDE, Dominiqu       12    10     5 15        2.0           .     .   1     .    .    .        29 21             17       38          5.0         3 .0       .   1     .       .    .
8    DAVIS, Jamel               9     5    10 15        0.0           .     .   1    1     .    .        38 31             40       71          5.5         2 .5       .   3    2       1     .
9A   RANKIN, Miles              7     8     4 12        0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .        14 11              5       16          0.0            .       .    .    .       .    .
44   EDWARDS, Moon              6     1    10 11        0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .        13   5            12       17          1.0             .      .    .    .       .    .
55   KELLEY, Arthur            12     3     8 11        2.0        1 .0     .    .    .    .    .        21   7            13       20          2.5         1 .0       .   1     .      1     .
69   HOLDER, Roderick           8     8     3 11        1.0           .     .   1     .    .    .         8   8             3       11          1.0             .      .   1     .       .    .
41   HUNTER, Marcellus         10     3     7 10        0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .        10   3             7       10          0.0            .       .    .    .       .    .
90   JOHNSON, Matt              7     3     5     8     0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .        22   8            18       26          0.0             .      .    .   1        .    .
2    WESLEY, Akeem             12     3     5     8     0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .        43   5             5       10          0.0            .       .    .    .       .    .
22   KENNEDY, Bucky            12     5     3     8     0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .        23   5             4        9          0.0             .      .    .    .       .    .
32   JOHNSON, Andre            10     2     2     4     0.5        0 .5     .    .    .    .    .        10   2             2        4          0.5         0 .5       .    .    .       .    .
58   HOLLENHORST, Calvi         3      .    4     4     0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .         3    .            4        4          0.0             .      .    .    .       .    .
56   McFARLAND, Aaron          12     1      2    3     0.0            .    .    .    .    .    .        12   1             2        3          0.0             .      .    .    .       .    .
1    RICE, Denzel               9     2     1     3     0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .        20   6             4       10          0.0             .      .   2     .       .    .
21   ALLEN, Datarius            3     3       .   3     0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .         3   3              .       3          0.0             .      .    .    .       .    .
35   CAIN, Austin              12     1     2     3     0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .        23   1             2        3          0.0             .      .    .    .       .    .
23   SINGLETON, Mark            4     2      .    2     0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .         4   2              .       2          0.0            .       .    .    .       .    .
46   CATRON, Alex              12      .    2     2     0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .        20   1             3        4          0.0             .      .    .    .       .    .
38   MASLEY, John               1     1     1     2     0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .         9   1             1        2          0.0            .       .    .    .       .    .
15   TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo       11     2       .   2     0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .        11   2              .       2          0.0             .      .    .    .       .    .
1B   BATTLE, Michael            7     1     1     2     0.0           .    .    .    .    .    .          7   1             1        2          0.0            .      .    .    .       .    .
16   BLANKS, Tyrell            12     1       .   1     0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .        12   1              .       1          0.0             .      .    .    .       .    .
7    JONES, Kenny              10     1      .    1     0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .        34   1              .       1          0.0            .       .    .    .       .    .
11   BENNETT, DeMario          12     1       .   1     0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .        23   1              .       1          0.0             .      .    .    .       .    .
51   THOMAS, Chris              1      .    1     1     0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .        22 25             32       57         13.0         4 .5       .   2    2        .    .
TM   TEAM                       5     1       .   1     0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .
8A   SMALL, Travis              6     1      .    1     0.0           .     .    .    .    .    .        20          1       .       1          0.0            .      .    .        .    .   .
54   WATKINS, Tyler             3      .      .    .    0.0           .     .    .    .    .   1          3           .      .        .         0.0            .      .    .        .    .   1
                      2012 COASTAL FOOTBALL RECAPS
              GAME 1: Sept. 1, 2012 - Brooks Stadium (9,314)                                                            GAME 2: Sept. 8, 2012 - Paladin Stadium (7,156)
COASTAL CAROLINA........................................... 29 COASTAL CAROLINA........................... (3OT)......47
vs North Carolina A&T ...................................... 13 at Furman ............................................................. 45
CONWAY — Senior quarterback Aramis Hillary threw for one score and ran for another from a                  GREENVILLE — In a game that featured just about everything a football fan could want to see,
yard out to lead Coastal Carolina to a season-opening 29-13 win over North Carolina A&T.                   Coastal Carolina claimed a 47-45 triple overtime win over Furman.
        Hillary finished the game with a career-high 274 yards through the air on 19-28 comple-                    The stage was set thanks to a feverish last 4:12 in the game. Alex Catron nailed 35-yard
tions and gave rookie head coach Joe Moglia his first win on the Chanticleers’ sideline.                   field goal to put Coastal up 10, 22-12. However, the Paladins marched right down the field to
        However, Hillary shared the spotlight with several players, namely Dontavais Johnson.              score a touchdown with 1:59 left in the game. Reigning National Defensive Player of the Week
The senior tied a CCU record by picking off three passes, adding a key pass breakup in the                 Dontavais Johnson blocked the point after attempt to make it a four-point game. The Paladins
endzone, to earn National and Big South Defensive Player of the Week honors.                               executed an on-side kick, recovering the ball on the CCU 50. Nine plays later, true freshman
        Hillary threw 33 yards for a score to junior receiver Matt Hazel early in the third quarter        Reese Hannon, who filled in for an injured Dakota Derrick, hit Ryan Culbreath for a 22-yard
to put Coastal on top 24-10. After that, Coastal fed senior running back Jeremy Height, who                strike with 40 ticks left.
responded with a career high 109 yards on 20 carries that included a first half scoring run of                     Coastal started their final drive of regulation on their own 32. Aramis Hillary, who threw
22 yards.                                                                                                  for a career-high 292 yards, hit Matt Hazel for 32 yards and then found Tyrell Blanks for 20 to
        Coastal led from the 4:49 mark of the first quarter when Hillary pushed his way into the           get to the Furman 28. Coastal sent on Catron to send it to overtime, which he did with a 45-yard
end zone from a yard away. Following Johnson’s second interception of the half, Coastal moved              field goal as time expired in regulation.
again to score quickly. Height’s scoring run capped a 57-yard drive made the score 14-0 at the                     Both Coastal and Furman had little trouble scoring in the three overtime sessions. For
close of the first quarter and the Chanticleers looked like they were on their way to an easy win.         the Chants, Hillary threw a 35-yard completion to Hazel and Jeremy Height did the rest with
But the Coastal did not put the Aggies away until the fourth quarter.                                      a one-yard plunge. In the second session, Hillary found Hazel in the endzone for a one-play,
        The two teams traded field goals in the second quarter before North Carolina A&T drove             25-yard score. In the final OT, Hillary hit DeMario Bennett for a 26-yard touchdown. Per NCAA
72 yards to score on a 23-yard pass play with just three seconds left in the half to make the              rules, Coastal was forced to go for two. Hillary rolled left, pitched to Bennett, who scored from
score 17-10.                                                                                               three yards out on a run-pass option with tight end Thomas Pauciello.
        Hazel’s scoring reception helped Coastal regain the momentum to start the second half,                     The Paladins had two, one-play scoring drives in the first two sessions. In the third and
as it finished off a 10-play, 72-yard scoring drive.                                                       down eight, Hank McCloud scored from three yards out. Furman attempted a fade pass in the
        Junior receiver Niccolo Mastromatteo helped the offense with a career high 114 receiving           left endzone, but the the pass sailed long to give Coastal the 47-45 win.
yards on seven catches, including two of more than 30 yards. Defensively, Johnson grabbed                          Coastal made some critical plays along the way to give it a chance to reach overtime.
a third interception late in the game and junior linebacker Mike McClure led the way with a                First, the defense forced three field goals instead of letting the Paladins reach in the endzone.
career-high 12 tackles, while tying a CCU single-game record with 3.5 tackles for loss.                    On Furman’s first TD, Mike McClure picked off a pass in the endzone for a three-point swing
        Sixth-year senior David Duran caught two passes in the game to become the first Big                in Coastal’s favor. Lastly, Johnson’s blocked PAT in the fourth quarter would eventually lead to
South tight end to have 60 career receptions.                                                              just a three-point lead, instead of four as regulation expired.
                                                                                                                   After a 10 minute rain/lightening delay, Coastal took the opening kickoff and drove 79
       Score by Quarters              1          2            3            4    Score                      yards in 12 plays to take an early 7-0 lead. Hillary, who completed his first eight passes of the
       North Carolina A&T             0        10             0            3      13      Record: (0-1)    game, went 4-of-4 on the opening drive for 34 yards, two to Hazel and two to Bennett. The
       Coastal Carolina             14           3            7            5      29      Record: (1-0)    senior then capped the drive with a one-yard touchdown plunge.
Scoring Summary:                                                                               NCAT CCU            The Chanticleer defense forced a three-and-out on Furman’s first drive and kept the
1st 04:49 COASTAL HILLARY, Aramis 1 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 9-77 3:36                          0   7   momentum going to take a 10-0 lead. There were two key plays during the scoring drive. First,
     00:00 COASTAL HEIGHT, Jeremy 22 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 6-57 2:00                         0  14   Hillary avoided a 10-yard sack by completing a pass to Height for no gain. On the next play,
2nd 10:07 NCAT        CIMAGLIA,Zach 27 yd field goal, 10-51 4:43                                   3  14
     01:16 COASTAL CATRON, Alex 29 yd field goal, 9-55 3:36                                        3  17   Hillary hit tight end Pauciello down the middle for a 45-yard gain, marking the first career recep-
     00:03 NCAT       RAPER,Larry 23 yd pass from QUICK,Kwashaun (CIMAGLIA,Zach kick), 7-72 1:13 10   17   tion for the redshirt freshman. Coastal’s drive stalled but Catron came on to split the uprights
3rd 10:58 COASTAL HAZEL, Matt 33 yd pass from HILLARY, Aramis (CATRON, Alex kick), 10-75 4:02 10      24   from 38 yards to the 10-point lead.
4th 12:03 NCAT        CIMAGLIA,Zach 32 yd field goal, 13-65 5:20                                  13  24           The Paladins answered with a 14-play, 58-yard scoring driving of their own as Ray Early
     09:08 COASTAL TEAM safety (sack by CCU ALLEN, Andrew)                                        13  26   cut the Furman deficit to seven, 10-3, with a 37-yard field goal. Furman came up with an inter-
     03:34 COASTAL CATRON, Alex 30 yd field goal, 10-62 5:34                                      13  29
                                                                                                           ception on Coastal’s ensuing drive. However, the Chanticleer defense once again stood firm to
                                                                              NCAT        COASTAL          force a 41-yard Early field goal to make the score 10-6.
       FIRST DOWNS ........................................................    19             22
       RUSHES-YARDS (NET) ............................................ 43-152              41-163                  Coastal’s offense moved the ball to the 27 but came up empty when a 44-yard field goal
       PASSING YDS (NET) ...............................................       155           274           sailed left. Furman looked to get on the board too, but quarterback Derrick was knocked out of
       Passes Att-Comp-Int ............................................... 23-11-3         29-19-2         the game and Early missed wide right from 42 yards.
       TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS .............................. 66-307                     70-437
       Fumble Returns-Yards.............................................       0-0            0-0
       Punt Returns-Yards ................................................    1--4            2-5
       Kickoff Returns-Yards ............................................. 5-108            3-114
       Interception Returns-Yards .....................................        2-1           3-32
       Punts (Number-Avg) ............................................... 3-39.3            3-45.0
       Fumbles-Lost..........................................................  0-0            0-0
       Penalties-Yards ...................................................... 5-25           7-53
       Possession Time..................................................... 28:56           30:54
       Third-Down Conversions ......................................... 7 of 14            8 of 16
       Fourth-Down Conversions ....................................... 0 of 1               0 of 0
       Red-Zone Scores-Chances .......................................         2-2            3-4
       Sacks By: Number-Yards .........................................        0-0           2-19
RUSHING:
NCAT - QUICK,Kwashaun 14-57; DRAKE,Dominique 13-49; MAYHEW,Mike 11-24; GORHAM,Marquis 1-11;
RAPER,Larry 3-11; TEAM 1-0.
Coastal Carolina - HEIGHT, Jeremy 20-109, TD; HILLARY, Aramis 9-35, TD; SILVERBERG, Zach 7-20; KENNEDY,
Bucky 3-10; HAZEL, Matt 1-minus 5; TEAM 1-minus 6.
PASSING:
NCAT - QUICK,Kwashaun 11-23-3-155, TD.
Coastal Carolina - HILLARY, Aramis 19-28-2-274, TD; ROSS, Alex 0-1-0-0.
RECEIVING:
NCAT - GORHAM,Marquis 6-48; PRINCE,Donta 3-45; RAPER,Larry 2-62, TD.
Coastal Carolina - MASTROMATTEO, Niccolo 7-114; HAZEL, Matt 3-57, TD; BENNETT, DeMario 3-39; HEIGHT,
Jeremy 3-37; DURAN, David 2-3; KENNEDY, Sammie 1-24.
INTERCEPTIONS:
NCAT - OLATOYE,Ayodeji 1-1; GRAHAM,D’Vonte 1-0. Coastal Carolina - JOHNSON, Dontavais 3-32.
COASTAL TACKLES LEADERS (UA-A): McCLURE, Mike 4-8; BACKUS, Quinn 5-5; WILLIAMS, Pernell 5-2;
GEORGE, Philip 4-2; HENDERSON, Tre 4-1.
                        2012 COASTAL FOOTBALL RECAPS
       To start the second half, Coastal moved the ball effectively, but a holding call, a sack and
a short pass led to fourth-and-32. The Chants punted but Will King fumbled and Quinn Backus                                  GAME 3: Sept. 15, 2012 - Brooks Stadium (9,316)
recovered the ball on the Furman 13. Facing fourth-and-one, Lorenzo Taliaferro powered his
way forward two yards to the one for a first down. Two plays later, Taliaferro went untouched                   COASTAL CAROLINA........................................... 17
up the middle for the score. Catron’s extra point gave the Chants a 17-6 lead with 2:40 left in
the third.
                                                                                                                vs #20 Eastern Kentucky ................................. 35
       The fourth quarter brought a heavy rain. The Paladins, with backup true freshman Reese
Hannon leading the team, moved his team 78 yards in 11 plays, converting a fourth-and-two                       CONWAY — Niccolo Mastromatteo reeled in 10 receptions, tying the Coastal Carolina single-
with a 15-yard completion. Three plays later, Hannon hit Ryan Culbreath in the left corner of                   game record, for 96 yards and a touchdown but it was not enough as the 20th-ranked Colonels
                                                                                                                of Eastern Kentucky used a balanced attack to earn a 35-17 victory over Coastal Carolina.
the endzone for a five-yard TD. The Paladins would go for two but CCU junior Mike McClure
                                                                                                                    The Colonels tallied 217 rushing yards and 225 passing yards while the Chants had 106
intercepted the ball at the goal line and returned it 100 yards for a two-point defensive score
                                                                                                                rushing and 233 passing yards.
to make the score 17-12. It also marked the longest scoring play in CCU history and the first                       A key swing came late in the second quarter when Coastal executed a fake field goal, but the
CCU defensive two-point conversion since Sean Lundy accomplished the feat in 2006 versus                        came up inches short. Two plays later, T.J. Pryor hit Tyrone Goard for a 77-yard TD.
Furman.                                                                                                             CCU quarterback Aramis Hillary led the Chants on the ground and through the air with 41
       On the ensuing kickoff, Jeremy Height returned the ball 63 yards which would eventually                  rushing yards and 205 passing yards, completing 24-of-37 passes with a TD and an intercep-
lead to a 35 yard Catron field goal for a 22-12 lead and set the stage for the remarkable fin-                  tion. Matt Hazel added six receptions for 63 yards and a touchdown for the Chants.
ish.                                                                                                                EKU’s Matt Denham picked up 121 yards on the ground while Goard picked up 113 yards
                                                                                                                receiving. Jared McClain and T.J. Pryor split time at quarterback for the Colonels with McClain
  Score by Quarters               1      2     3      4      OT1 OT2            OT3 Score                       going 7-of-8 for 101 yards with a TD. Pryor was 6-of-10 for 124 yards and a touchdown.
  Coastal Carolina               10      0     7      8       7   7              8   47      Record: (2-0)          The Colonels struck first, taking the opening kickoff and scoring in six plays. McClain hit
  Furman                          0      6     0     19       7   7              6   45      Record: (0-2)      Matt Denham for a 32-yard touchdown for an early 7-0 lead. The Chants answered right back
                                                                                                                with an eight-play drive to tie the game at 7-7. Hillary threw a quick out to Mastromatteo for an
Scoring Summary:                                                                                  CCU   FUR
1st 10:15 COASTAL      HILLARY, Aramis 1 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 12-79 4:44                     7     0     eight-yard score, marking the sixth straight game Hillary has thrown a TD.
     05:24 COASTAL     CATRON, Alex 38 yd field goal, 7-52 3:13                                    10     0         The Colonels used a steady rush attack and took advantage of a CCU pass interference to
2nd 13:26 FUR          Ray Early 37 yd field goal, 14-58 6:51                                      10     3     set up first and goal. Later, facing fourth and one, Pryor plunged over the goal line to give his
     10:29 FUR         Ray Early 41 yd field goal, 6-9 1:53                                        10     6     squad a 14-7 lead.
3rd 02:40 COASTAL      TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo 1 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 6-12 2:15                 17     6         Coastal got into scoring position on the ensuing drive, setting up the pivotal failed fake field
4th 07:56 FUR          Ryan Culbreath 10 yd pass from Reese Hannon (pass intcpt), 11-78 5:31       17    12     goal/77-yard EKU score to end the first half.
     07:56 COASTAL     McCLURE, Mike 100-yard interception PAT return                              19    12
                                                                                                                    To open the second half, Coastal’s Hillary was sent to the sideline for a series after taking a
     04:12 COASTAL     CATRON, Alex 35 yd field goal, 6-19 3:34                                    22    12
     01:59 FUR         Jordan Snellings 21 yd pass from Reese Hannon (kick blocked), 11-67 2:05    22    18     big hit. Alex Ross did not skip a beat and got Coastal in the endzone. On third-and-five, Ross
     00:40 FUR         Ryan Culbreath 22 yd pass from Reese Hannon (Ray Early kick), 9-50 1:17     22    25     hit Hazel in the right corner to make the score 21-14 - the first career passing TD for Ross.
     00:00 COASTAL     CATRON, Alex 45 yd field goal, 4-40 0:35                                    25    25         Eastern got two big runs to regain a 14-point lead, 28-14. Denham had a 13-yard rush
OT1 15:00 COASTAL      HEIGHT, Jeremy 1 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 3-25                           32    25     to midfield. Later, facing third-and-nine, Pryor rushed for 21 yards to the CCU six. Denham
     15:00 FUR         Will King 25 yd pass from Reese Hannon (Ray Early kick), 1-25               32    32     capped the drive with a six-yard run. The back-and-forth game continued as the Chants moved
OT2 15:00 FUR          Jarodis Williams 25 yd run (Ray Early kick), 1-25                           32    39     40 yards in 12 plays, including a 13-yard Hillary-to-Tyrell Blanks completion on fourth-and-five.
     15:00 COASTAL     HAZEL, Matt 25 yd pass from HILLARY, Aramis (CATRON, Alex kick), 1-25       39    39
                                                                                                                However, a holding call and sack would force Coastal into a fourth-and-24 from the 28. Alex
OT3 15:00 COASTAL      BENNETT, DeMario 26 yd pass from HILLARY, Aramis (BENNETT rush), 2-25       47    39
     15:00 FUR         Hank McCloud 3 yd run (pass failed), 3-25                                   47    45     Catron trimmed the deficit to 11, 28-17, by making a 45-yard field goal.
                                                                                                                    Eastern Kentucky took 6:28 off the clock in the fourth quarter and scored to provide the
                                                                                                                eventual final, 35-17, with 8:24 left. DeShaun Sands finished the drive with a one-yard rushing
                                                                                COASTAL      FURMAN
       FIRST DOWNS ........................................................         22           27             touchdown.
       RUSHES-YARDS (NET) ............................................           45-112       35-143
       PASSING YDS (NET) ...............................................           292          296                    Score by Quarters               1         2            3            4    Score
       Passes Att-Comp-Int ...............................................       27-20-1     46-26-0                   Eastern Kentucky                7       14             7            7      35       Record: (2-1)
       TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS ..............................                  72-404       81-439                   Coastal Carolina                7         0           10            0      17       Record: (2-1)
       Fumble Returns-Yards.............................................            0-0          0-0            Scoring Summary:                                                                                  EKU CCU
       Punt Returns-Yards ................................................          1-5         2--2            1st 11:26 EKU         DENHAM, Matt 32 yd pass from McCLAIN, Jared (PRAY, Luke kick), 6-77 3:34       7  0
       Kickoff Returns-Yards .............................................        6-128        5-100                 08:26 COASTAL MASTROMATTEO 8 yd pass from HILLARY, Aramis (CATRON kick), 8-69 2:51              7  7
       Interception Returns-Yards .....................................             0-0          1-0            2nd 06:31 EKU         PRYOR, T.J. 1 yd run (PRAY, Luke kick), 12-76 4:18,                           14  7
       Punts (Number-Avg) ...............................................         2-37.0      3-38.3                 01:32 EKU        GOARD, Tyrone 77 yd pass from PRYOR, T.J. (PRAY, Luke kick), 2-82 0:47        21  7
       Fumbles-Lost..........................................................       2-1          1-1            3rd 11:17 COASTAL HAZEL, Matt 5 yd pass from ROSS, Alex (CATRON, Alex kick), 9-62 3:40              21 14
       Penalties-Yards ......................................................      2-25         3-21                 05:50 EKU        DENHAM, Matt 6 yd run (PRAY, Luke kick), 13-73 5:07                           28 14
       Possession Time.....................................................       29:43        30:17                 00:00 COASTAL CATRON, Alex 45 yd field goal, 12-40 5:49                                        28 17
       Third-Down Conversions .........................................          6 of 14      3 of 15           4th 08:24 EKU         SANDS, Deshaun 1 yd run (PRAY, Luke kick), 11-80 6:28                         35 17
       Fourth-Down Conversions .......................................            1 of 1       5 of 5
       Red-Zone Scores-Chances .......................................              4-4          3-3                                                                                          EKU           COASTAL
       Sacks By: Number-Yards .........................................            2-10         4-32                   FIRST DOWNS ........................................................    24               21
                                                                                                                       RUSHES-YARDS (NET) ............................................ 48-217                24-106
                                                                                                                       PASSING YDS (NET) ...............................................      225              233
RUSHING:                                                                                                               Passes Att-Comp-Int ............................................... 18-13-1           43-29-1
Coastal Carolina - TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo 13-55, TD; HEIGHT, Jeremy 18-46, TD; HILLARY, Aramis 14-11, TD.                 TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS .............................. 66-442                       67-339
Furman - Jarodis Williams 15-85, TD; Hank McCloud 8-44, TD; Ernie Cain 2-8; Tanner Skogen 1-2; Dakota Derrick          Fumble Returns-Yards.............................................      0-0              0-0
6-2; Reese Hannon 3-2.                                                                                                 Punt Returns-Yards ................................................    2-8              1-1
                                                                                                                       Kickoff Returns-Yards .............................................    4-79            6-122
PASSING:                                                                                                               Interception Returns-Yards .....................................       1-13             1-14
                                                                                                                       Punts (Number-Avg) ............................................... 4-33.0              2-46.5
Coastal Carolina - HILLARY, Aramis 20-27-1-292, 2 TDs.
                                                                                                                       Fumbles-Lost..........................................................  1-0              3-1
Furman - Reese Hannon 22-35-0-255, 4 TDs; Dakota Derrick 4-11-0-41.                                                    Penalties-Yards ...................................................... 6-45             4-55
                                                                                                                       Possession Time..................................................... 32:57             27:03
RECEIVING:                                                                                                             Third-Down Conversions ......................................... 7 of 12              6 of 14
Coastal Carolina - HAZEL, Matt 7-128, TD; BENNETT, DeMario 5-87, TD; MASTROMATTEO, Niccolo 3-4; HEIGHT,                Fourth-Down Conversions ....................................... 1 of 1                 1 of 3
Jeremy 2-4; PAUCIELLO, Thomas 1-45; BLANKS, Tyrell 1-20; JONES, Kenny 1-4.                                             Red-Zone Scores-Chances .......................................        3-4              3-3
Furman - Will King 9-116, TD; Ryan Culbreath 6-78, 2 TDs; Gary Robinson 3-27; Jarodis Williams 3-16; Jordan            Sacks By: Number-Yards .........................................       1-7              1-9
Snellings 2-25, TD; Colin Anderson 2-15; Hank McCloud 1-19.                                                     RUSHING:
                                                                                                                EKU - DENHAM, Matt 22-121, TD; SANDS, Deshaun 10-38, TD; FOSTER, Zavier 10-29; PRYOR, T.J. 3-18, TD;
INTERCEPTIONS:                                                                                                  BAILEY, Cameron 1-16; McCLAIN, Jared 2-minus 5.
Coastal Carolina - None. Furman - Mitch McGrath 1-0.                                                            Coastal Carolina - HILLARY, Aramis 10-41; HEIGHT, Jeremy 6-30; TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo 4-21; ROSS, Alex 3-15;
                                                                                                                BLANKS, Tyrell 1-minus 1.
COASTAL TACKLES LEADERS (UA-A): BACKUS, Quinn 5-6; GEORGE, Philip 5-4; JOHNSON, Dontavais 5-3; HAW-             PASSING:
THORNE, LaDarius 4-4; HOUSTON, Johnnie 3-4; McCLURE, Mike 2-5; HARTSFIELD, Johnny 3-2.                          EKU - PRYOR, T.J. 6-10-0-124, TD; McCLAIN, Jared 7-8-1-101. TD.
                                                                                                                Coastal Carolina - HILLARY, Aramis 24-37-1-205, TD; ROSS, Alex 4-5-0-19, TD; CAIN, Austin 1-1-0-9.
                                                                                                                RECEIVING:
                                                                                                                EKU - BAILEY, Cameron 5-33; GOARD, Tyrone 4-113, TD; DENHAM, Matt 1-32, TD; ARIGUZO, Ike 1-27; HENRY,
                                                                                                                Paul 1-14; WATTS, Nathan 1-6.
                                                                                                                Coastal Carolina - MASTROMATTEO, Niccolo 10-96, TD; HAZEL, Matt 6-63, TD; BLANKS, Tyrell 4-28; BENNETT,
                                                                                                                DeMario 4-26; HEIGHT, Jeremy 2-2; WHITESIDE, Dominique 1-9; ISRAEL, John 1-5; KENNEDY, Sammie 1-4.
                                                                                                                INTERCEPTIONS: EKU - FOX, Brooklyn 1-13. Coastal Carolina - HENDERSON, Tre 1-14.
                                                                                                                COASTAL TACKLES LEADERS (UA-A): McCLURE, Mike 2-8; BACKUS, Quinn 2-5; JACOBS, Andrae 5-1; HAW-
                                                                                                                THORNE, LaDarius 3-3; SALLEY, Jeffery 0-6; HOUSTON, Johnnie 1-4; DAVIS, Quinton 0-5.
                      2012 COASTAL FOOTBALL RECAPS
                GAME 4: Sept. 22, 2012 - Glass Bowl (19,023)                                                        GAME 5: Sept. 29, 2012 - Kidd Brewer Stadium (27,619)
COASTAL CAROLINA........................................... 28 COASTAL CAROLINA........................................... 14
at Toledo ................................................................ 38 at #16 Appalachian State .................................. 55
TOLEDO, Ohio — Aramis Hillary set CCU highs for completions (30) and attempts (47), while                   BOONE, N.C. — The 16th-ranked Appalachian State Mountaineers scored touchdowns on four
throwing for a career-high 356 yards and tying a career high with three touchdown passes. He                of its first five drives and pulled away for a 55-14 victory over Coastal Carolina.
gave his team a 21-17 lead in the third quarter and also got CCU to within three, 31-28, with                   Steven Miller led App with 202 rushing yards and two scores, while Jamal Jackson threw for
8:41 left in the game before Toledo answered with a TD of its own with 4:59 left to win 38-28.              285 yards and three touchdowns. Sean Price was Jackson’s top target, catching eight passes
    Toledo took the opening kickoff and quickly moved into scoring position, but the Chanticleer            for 128 yards and two TDs. Overall, the Mountaineers racked up 684 of total offense compared
defense stiffened to force a field goal. Rocket kicker Jeremiah Detmer’s 36-yard attempt sailed             to Coastal’s 304.
wide left. Coastal’s offense rode that momentum and never faced a third down en route to an                     Appalachian State took the opening kickoff and drove 64 yards in nine plays to take an early
eight-play, 80-yard drive. Jeremy Height had a 20-yard rush and Hillary connected with DeMario              7-0 lead. Jackson looked to be stopped on a run to the right, but he reversed field and out-ran
Bennett on a 28-yard pass to the UT one yard line. Height capped the drive with a one-yard                  the Coastal defense for a five-yard score. ASU went up 14-0 on its third possession, scoring
rushing touchdown for a 7-0 lead.                                                                           on a two-play, 97-yard drive. One play after an Austin Cain punt backed App State to its own
    Toledo’s offense bounced back and Detmer split the uprights from 26 yards out to make                   three, Miller broke a tackle at the line of scrimmage and picked up 28 yards to the 31. On the
the score 7-3. After forcing a Chanticleer punt, Toledo quarterback Terrence Owens opened its               next play, Jackson found Price over the middle to a 71-yard touchdown pass.
drive with a 32-yard completion to Alonzo Russell. Four plays later Owens hit Cordale Scott for                 The Mountaineers struck once again, using just 1:25 off the clock, as Jackson found Drew
a six-yard score to give UT a 10-7 lead.                                                                    Bailey for a 23-yard score inside the final minute of the first quarter. App made it four scores
    The teams traded punts before Toledo took a 17-7 lead early in the second quarter. One play             in five drives, opening the second quarter with a five-play, 49-yard touchdown drive. Jackson
after a CCU punt, Owens hit Bernard Reedy on a 43-yard post pattern.                                        had a 15-yard run to the three and Miller capped the drive with a three-yard touchdown.
    Coastal answered right back as Height made an impressive 30-yard kick return. After three                   Coastal’s offense got on track as Aramis Hillary threw a pass to Tyrell Blanks in the flat that
runs by Lorenzo Taliaferro gave CCU a first down, Hillary completed an 18-yard pass to Ben-                 turned into a 20-yard score. Appalachian State answered back with a 25-yard field goal by Drew
nett. Two plays later, Hillary faked a handoff and hit a wide-open Thomas Pauciello for a 25-               Stewart to make the score 31-7. Coastal offense once again put together an impressive drive
yard touchdown. The play cut Toledo’s lead to 17-14 and marked the first score for Pauciello.               ending with Hillary finding David Duran in the end zone for a two-yard score. With 1:14 left in
    To open the third quarter, Coastal had a six-play, 75-yard scoring drive. Facing 3rd and                the half, the Mountaineers reached the CCU 13 before Stewart kicked a 30-yard field goal.
eight, Hillary completed a 16-yarder to Pauciello. On the next play, Hillary connected with Ben-                One play after a Coastal punt to start the third, Appalachian’s Miller broke off left tackle
nett for a 19-yard touchdown in the right corner to give CCU a 21-17 lead.                                  and scored on a 75-yard run and a 41-14 lead. The teams traded punts until late in the third
    Midway through the third quarter, Toledo took advantage of a 17-yard CCU punt, starting its             quarter. ASU was pinned on its own 10 after Cain’s 35-yard punt. The Mountaineers drove the
drive on the CCU 40.After converting a third-and-long, the Rockets regained the lead, 24-21, as             ball 90 yards, taking 7:29 off the clock, to take a 48-14 lead. Jackson completed the drive with
Owens rushed for a an eight-yard touchdown. Late in the third quarter, UT took advantage of                 a nine-yard touchdown pass to Price in the left corner of the end zone.
another special teams play. After a 40-yard punt, Toledo’s Reedy returned the ball 39 yards to                  On the ensuing kickoff, Tre Henderson took the ball out of the end zone and returned it 87
the CCU 18. Two plays later, Cassius McDowell found pay dirt from six yards out.                            yards to the ASU 13. It marked the longest kick return in CCU history. However, the Chants
    With 10 minutes left in the game, Coastal’s sophomore linebacker Quinn Backus stripped                  were not able to take advantage due a fumble two plays later.
and recovered a fumble on the Toledo 49. Coastal turned that into seven ppoints as Hillary                      App State tacked on a final touchdown with 2:28 left in the game, thanks to a 14-yard run
connected with Blanks for a 17-yard touchdown to trim the CCU deficit to three, 31-28.                      by Michael Frazier, to provide the final margin, 55-14.
    However, Toledo responded with a 19-yard completion on the first play of its ensuing drive.
After six straight rushing plays to move the Rockets to the CCU seven, Owens found Scott for                       Score by Quarters                1         2           3            4      Score
a seven-yard TD to provide what would be the final, 38-28.                                                         Coastal Carolina                 0       14            0            0        14        Record: (2-3)
                                                                                                                   Appalachian State               21       13            7          14         55        Record: (3-2)
       Score by Quarters              1          2            3            4      Score                     Scoring Summary:                                                                                    CCU APP
       Coastal Carolina               7          7            7            7        28   Record: (2-2)      1st 11:23 APP         Jamal Jackson 5 yd run (Drew Stewart kick), 9-64 3:37                            0   7
       Toledo                       10           7           14            7        38   Record: (3-1)           04:50 APP        Sean Price 69 yd pass from Jamal Jackson (Drew Stewart kick), 2-97 0:35          0  14
Scoring Summary:                                                                                CCU    UT        00:14 APP        Drew Bailey 23 yd pass from Jamal Jackson (Drew Stewart kick), 4-59 1:25         0  21
1st 09:51 COASTAL HEIGHT, Jeremy 1 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 8-80 2:04                           7    0   2nd 12:32 APP         Steven Miller 3 yd run (Drew Stewart kick), 5-49 2:05                            0  28
     05:32 TOLEDO DETMER,Jeremiah 26 yd field goal, 11-55 4:14                                     7    3        09:18 COASTAL BLANKS, Tyrell 20 yd pass from HILLARY, Aramis (CATRON, Alex kick), 9-71 3:06 7        28
     01:46 TOLEDO SCOTT, Cordale 6 yd pass from OWENS, Terrance (DETMER kick) 5-52 2:01            7   10        03:39 APP        Drew Stewart 25 yd field goal, 10-55 3:54                                        7  31
2nd 11:42 TOLEDO REEDY, Bernard 43 yd pass from OWENS, Terrance (DETMER kick) 1-43 0:07            7   17        01:14 COASTAL DURAN, David 2 yd pass from HILLARY, Aramis (CATRON, Alex kick), 9-75 2:19 14          31
     09:06 COASTAL PAUCIELLO, Thomas 25 yd pass from HILLARY, Aramis (CATRON kick) 7-67 2:28 14        17        00:00 APP        Drew Stewart 30 yd field goal, 6-50 1:02                                        14  34
3rd 13:13 COASTAL BENNETT, DeMario 19 yd pass from HILLARY, Aramis (CATRON kick), 6-75 1:47 21         17   3rd 13:56 APP         Steven Miller 75 yd run (Drew Stewart kick), 1-75 0:13                          14  41
     07:38 TOLEDO OWENS, Terrance 8 yd run (DETMER,Jeremiah kick), 5-40 2:07                      21   24   4th 13:36 APP         Sean Price 9 yd pass from Jamal Jackson (Drew Stewart kick), 15-90 7:29         14  48
     01:17 TOLEDO McDOWELL, C. 6 yd run (DETMER,Jeremiah kick), 2-18 0:37                         21   31        02:28 APP        Michael Frazier 14 yd run (Drew Stewart kick), 7-70 4:25                        14  55
4th 08:41 COASTAL BLANKS, Tyrell 17 yd pass from HILLARY, Aramis (CATRON, Alex kick), 5-36 1:20 28     31                                                                                 COASTAL            APP
     04:59 TOLEDO SCOTT, Cordale 7 yd pass from OWENS, Terrance (DETMER kick), 9-71 3:37          28   38          FIRST DOWNS ........................................................      18               33
                                                                              COASTAL     TOLEDO                   RUSHES-YARDS (NET) ............................................ 31-114                  49-399
       FIRST DOWNS ........................................................      20           18                   PASSING YDS (NET) ...............................................        190              285
       RUSHES-YARDS (NET) ............................................ 34-76               31-112                  Passes Att-Comp-Int ............................................... 35-16-0             28-20-1
       PASSING YDS (NET) ...............................................        356          290                   TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS .............................. 66-304                         77-684
       Passes Att-Comp-Int ............................................... 47-30-0        36-27-0                  Fumble Returns-Yards.............................................        0-0               0-0
       TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS .............................. 81-432                     67-402                  Punt Returns-Yards ................................................      0-0              4-41
       Fumble Returns-Yards.............................................         0-0          0-0                  Kickoff Returns-Yards ............................................. 5-165                 2-62
       Punt Returns-Yards ................................................       2-1         6-71                  Interception Returns-Yards .....................................          1-0              0-0
       Kickoff Returns-Yards ............................................. 6-130            5-100                  Punts (Number-Avg) ............................................... 9-38.1                3-40.7
       Interception Returns-Yards .....................................          0-0          0-0                  Fumbles-Lost..........................................................    1-1              0-0
       Punts (Number-Avg) ............................................... 9-36.6            6-46.5                 Penalties-Yards ......................................................   5-29           10-112
       Fumbles-Lost..........................................................    0-0          1-1                  Possession Time..................................................... 25:10               34:50
       Penalties-Yards ......................................................   5-43         7-64                  Third-Down Conversions ......................................... 3 of 13                7 of 11
       Possession Time..................................................... 31:24           28:36                  Fourth-Down Conversions ....................................... 0 of 0                   0 of 0
       Third-Down Conversions ......................................... 6 of 18            5 of 13                 Red-Zone Scores-Chances .......................................          2-3              6-6
       Fourth-Down Conversions ....................................... 0 of 3               0 of 1                 Sacks By: Number-Yards .........................................         0-0              1-5
       Red-Zone Scores-Chances .......................................           3-4          5-6           RUSHING:
       Sacks By: Number-Yards .........................................         2-12         5-29           Coastal Carolina - HEIGHT, Jeremy 13-40; TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo 8-38; HILLARY, Aramis 5-33; KENNEDY, Bucky
RUSHING:                                                                                                    1-3; ROSS, Alex 4-0.
Coastal Carolina - HEIGHT, Jeremy 10-49, TD; TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo 10-30; KENNEDY, Bucky 1-1; HILLARY,        Appalachian State - Steven Miller 17-202, 2 TDs; Michael Frazier 7-63, TD; Jamal Jackson 10-54, TD; Rod Ch-
Aramis 13-minus 4.                                                                                          isholm 7-41; Kameron Bryant 5-24; Tony Washington 2-12; Ricky Fergerson 1-3.
Toledo - McDOWELL, Cassius 13-50, TD; PASQUALE, David 6-32; FLUELLEN, David 6-25; DANTIN, Austin 2-7;       PASSING:
OWENS, Terrance 4-minus 2, TD.                                                                              Coastal Carolina - HILLARY, Aramis 15-30-0-145, 2 TDs; ROSS, Alex 1-5-0-45.
PASSING:                                                                                                    Appalachian State - Jamal Jackson 19-27-1-285, 3 TDs; Kameron Bryant 1-1-0-0.
Coastal Carolina - HILLARY, Aramis 30-47-0-356, 3 TDs. Toledo - OWENS, Terrance 27-36-0-290, 3 TDs.         RECEIVING:
RECEIVING:                                                                                                  Coastal Carolina - HEIGHT, Jeremy 4-45; HAZEL, Matt 4-31; BENNETT, DeMario 3-19; BLANKS, Tyrell 2-36, TD;
Coastal Carolina - BENNETT, DeMario 7-80, TD; BLANKS, Tyrell 6-78, TD; HEIGHT, Jeremy 5-38; WESLEY, Akeem   ISRAEL, John 1-45; TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo 1-12; DURAN, David 1-2, TD.
4-58; HAZEL, Matt 4-45; PAUCIELLO, Thomas 3-48, TD; TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo 1-9.                                Appalachian State - Sean Price 8-128, 2 TDs; Andrew Peacock 3-39; Malachi Jones 2-36; Tony Washington 2-9;
Toledo - REEDY, Bernard 10-122, TD; RUSSELL, Alonzo 7-97; McDOWELL, C. 4-29; SCOTT, Cordale 3-32, 2 TDs;    Michael Frazier 1-27; Drew Bailey 1-23, TD; Steven Miller 1-16; Tacoi Sumler 1-7; Ricky Fergerson 1-0.
MACON, Dwight 2-10; ROGERS, Zach 1-0.                                                                       COASTAL TACKLES LEADERS (UA-A): BACKUS, Quinn 6-7; RANKIN, Miles 5-3; McCLURE, Mike 4-3; SAMPSON,
COASTAL TACKLES LEADERS (UA-A): BACKUS, Quinn 9-4; McCLURE, Mike 4-7; HAWTHORNE, LaDarius 3-6;              Richie 4-2; McCARTHY, Tyler 4-2; GEORGE, Philip 4-1; HOUSTON, Johnnie 4-0; JOHNSON, Dontavais 2-2; SAL-
WILLIAMS, Pernell 7-1; DAVIS, Quinton 2-4; SAMPSON, Richie 5-0.                                             LEY, Jeffery 1-3; EDWARDS, Moon 1-3.
                       2012 COASTAL FOOTBALL RECAPS
              GAME 6: Oct. 13, 2012 - Brooks Stadium (7,740)                                                                GAME 7: Oct. 20, 2012 - Foster Stadium (7,281)
COASTAL CAROLINA........................................... 21 COASTAL CAROLINA........................................... 34
vs #11 Stony Brook ............................................ 27 at VMI ...................................................................... 7
CONWAY — The 11th-ranked Stony Brook Seawolves rushed for 307 yards but needed a fum-                        LEXINGTON, Va. — Aramis Hillary accounted for 172 yards in just over two quarters, while
ble recovery with two minutes left as Coastal Carolina was driving to hold on for a 27-21 win.               Jeremy Height led a potent rushing attack to give the Chanticleers a 34-7 victory at VMI.
    Miguel Maysonet, the Big South’s all-time rushing leader, led the Seawolves rushing for                      Hillary played only one series in the third quarter before giving way to Alex Ross. He com-
a career-high 233 yards, including runs of 64 and 58. Quarterback Kyle Essington connected                   pleted 11-of-19 passes for a season-low 114 yards and a touchdown. However, he did rush for
on 10-of-13 passing attempts for 181 yards and two touchdowns while Kevin Norrell led the                    58 yards, his third-best, single-game career total.
receiving corps with seven catches for 127 yards and a touchdown.                                                Height tallied his 97 yards, averaging 8.1 yards per carry, in the first half, including a 19-yard
    For the fifth time in six games, Coastal scored on its opening possession. Early in the drive,           TD. Height’s effort helped Coastal rush for 331 yards on 49 attempts, an average of 6.8 yards
Coastal went for it on fourth and one and Jeremy Height responded with a nine-yard gain. Ara-                per carry. The 331 rushing yards was the first 300-plus yard rushing game since gaining 304
mis Hillary, who threw for 271 yards, was 4-for-4 on the drive, including an 18-yard completion              versus North Carolina A&T in 2009, the most rushing yards since getting 490 versus Chowan
to David Duran and a 24-yard touchdown to Bennett.                                                           in 2007 and the most in a Big South game since getting 332 versus Gardner-Webb in 2006.
    Stony Brook answered on its first drive with a touchdown of its own. The Seawolves also                      While Coastal’s offense was racking up the offensive statistics, the CCU defense was just as
converted a fourth-and-short and Kyle Essington was 3-for-3 in the drive, including a 10-yard                effective, holding VMI to just 16 rushing yards, which is second on the CCU list for fewest rush-
touchdown pass to Jordan Gush.                                                                               ing yards allowed by an opponent list (Chowan had eight rushing yards in 2007), and just 252
    Coastal then rode the momentum of a missed SBU field goal. Hillary found Tyrell Blanks for               yards of total offense. However, 65 of those 252 yards, including 24 rushing yards, came on
19 yards on the first play. Later, Travis Small picked up 15 yards on his first attempt of 2012.             VMI’s final drive as the Keydets scored a touchdown with 32 seconds left to avoid the shutout.
Three plays later, Height burst through the middle and ran untouched for a 24-yard score.                        Also, Coastal entered the game with only seven sacks, but erupted for five at VMI.
Stony Brook answered right back. Essington hit Gush for 40 yards on the first play of the drive                  Coastal jumped out to a commanding lead, tallying 241 yards of total offense in the first
and Marcus Coker had an 18-yard run. Facing third-and-four, Essington hit Kevin Norrell for an               quarter alone. On the Chants’ second drive, Height scored from 19 yards out for a 7-0 lead.
18-yard score despite tight coverage by CCU’s Richie Sampson.                                                    Coastal’s defense once again forced a VMI punt and, eight plays later, the Chants took a
    Stony Brook opened the second half with a 13-play drive that took 6:13 off the clock,                    14-0 lead. The big play in the drive was Hillary threading the needle for a 27-yard gain to Akeem
capped with a two-yard Maysonet touchdown run for a 21-14 lead.                                              Wesley. On the next play, Taliaferro bullied his way into the end zone.
    Coastal took advantage of another missed field goal and turned to a power running game,                      Coastal opened the second quarter with another eight-play scoring drive, this one covering
rushing six straight times, to tie the score at 21-21. Height had a seven-yarder, Hillary was                63 yards. Hillary and Height combined for 53 yards rushing before Hillary found DeMario Ben-
flushed from the pocket to gain 11 and Taliaferro had rushes for eight, 25 and six to the SBU                nett in the left corner of the end zone for a 10-yard TD and 21-0 CCU lead.
three. Height found pay dirt from three yards out to tie the game.                                               Coastal opened the second half scoring on special teams. Walk-on and recent travel squad
    However, Maysonet struck again. On the first play from scrimmage on the ensuing drive,                   addition Tyler Watkins blocked the punt and Lorenzo Boyles carried the ball in from 4 yards out
the senior had a 64 yard rush to the CCU 27. Four plays later, Maysonet scored from four yards               for his first career touchdown, giving Coastal a 28-0 lead.
out. The extra point missed left to give the Seawolves a six-point lead, 27-21.                                  In the fourth quarter, the Chants expanded their advantage to 34-0 as Alex Catron split the
    Late in the fourth quarter, Hilary completed a 20-yard pass to Hazel to move the ball to the             uprights from 30 yards out and Grant Clayton connected for a 29-yard field goal.
Coastal 45. Height then rushed twice for a total of 14 yards to move to ball over the 50 and into                VMI spoiled the upset bud as Phillip Pickens caught a two-yard pass from A.J. Sexton with
Stony Brook territory. Hillary then connected with Bennett for a 21-yard strike to move the ball             32 seconds left to provide the 34-7 final.
to the Seawolves’ 20. With just over two minutes to play, Hillary completed a pass to Hazel to                   On the opening kickoff, Tre Henderson had a 21-yard return to become Coastal Carolina’s
the 16-yard line but a hit by a Stony Brook defender dislodged the ball and it was recovered by              all-time leader in the category with 1,059 yards, passing previous record holder Arthur Sitton,
Dominick Reyes at the SBU 21 with 2:11 on the clock.                                                         who had 1,051 kick return yards from 2005-08.
    The Chanticleer defense forced a three-and-out by the Seawolves but the Chants’ hopes of                         Score by Quarters               1          2            3            4      Score
a come from behind victory fell short with four straight incompletions.                                              Coastal Carolina              14           7            7            6        34 Record: (3-4,1-1)
                                                                                                                     VMI                             0          0            0            7         7  Record: (2-5,1-2)
       Score by Quarters              1          2            3            4    Score
       Stony Brook                    7          7            7            6      27 Record: (6-1,2-0)       Scoring Summary:                                                                                     CCU VMI
                                                                                                             1st 07:39 COASTAL HEIGHT, Jeremy 19 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 7-68 2:27                               7  0
       Coastal Carolina               7          7            0            7      21 Record: (2-4,0-1)
                                                                                                                   03:28 COASTAL TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo 16 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 8-86 2:03                       14  0
Scoring Summary:                                                                                   SBU CCU   2nd 09:21 COASTAL BENNETT, DeMario 10 yd pass from HILLARY, Aramis (CATRON kick), 8-63 2:30 21             0
1st 12:06 COASTAL BENNETT, DeMario 24 yd pass from HILLARY, Aramis (CATRON kick), 8-75 2:54 0            7   3rd 12:12 COASTAL BOYLES, Lorenzo 4 yd blocked punt return (CATRON, Alex kick)                         28  0
     06:47 SBU        GUSH, Jordan 10 yd pass from ESSINGTON, Kyle (SKIFFINGTON kick), 9-65 5:09 7       7   4th 11:16 COASTAL CATRON, Alex 30 yd field goal, 13-50 5:35                                            31  0
2nd 11:03 COASTAL HEIGHT, Jeremy 26 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 6-80 2:25                             7 14         04:58 COASTAL CLAYTON, Grant 29 yd field goal, 9-46 3:59                                         34  0
     08:14 SBU        NORRELL, Kevin 18 yd pass from ESSINGTON (SKIFFINGTONy kick), 5-82 2:41 14        14         00:32 VMI       PICKENS, Phillip 2 yd pass from AUGUSTINE, A.J. (SEXTON, Jeff kick), 12-65 4:26 34   7
3rd 08:43 SBU         MAYSONET, Miguel 2 yd run (SKIFFINGTON, Wesley kick), 13-66 6:13               21 14
                                                                                                                                                                                             COASTAL           VMI
4th 12:08 COASTAL HEIGHT, Jeremy 3 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 10-78 3:06                            21 21
                                                                                                                      FIRST DOWNS ........................................................      25              17
     09:37 SBU        MAYSONET, Miguel 4 yd run (SKIFFINGTON, Wesley kick failed), 5-91 2:25         27 21
                                                                                                                      RUSHES-YARDS (NET) ............................................ 49-331                  25-16
                                                                              SBU            COASTAL                  PASSING YDS (NET) ...............................................        133             236
       FIRST DOWNS ........................................................    19                24                   Passes Att-Comp-Int ............................................... 24-14-0           41-25-0
       RUSHES-YARDS (NET) ............................................ 42-283                 38-201                  TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS .............................. 73-464                        66-252
       PASSING YDS (NET) ...............................................      181               271                   Fumble Returns-Yards.............................................         0-0             0-0
       Passes Att-Comp-Int ............................................... 13-10-0            36-23-0                 Punt Returns-Yards ................................................      2-37            1-22
       TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS .............................. 55-464                        74-472                  Kickoff Returns-Yards .............................................      1-21            6-68
       Fumble Returns-Yards.............................................       0-0               0-0                  Interception Returns-Yards .....................................          0-0             0-0
       Punt Returns-Yards ................................................    1--1              1-0                   Punts (Number-Avg) ............................................... 4-38.0              8-31.4
       Kickoff Returns-Yards .............................................    4-59              3-63                  Fumbles-Lost..........................................................    0-0             2-0
       Interception Returns-Yards .....................................        0-0               0-0                  Penalties-Yards ......................................................   9-94            5-52
       Punts (Number-Avg) ............................................... 3-35.3               3-39.0                 Possession Time..................................................... 28:18              31:42
       Fumbles-Lost..........................................................  2-0               3-1                  Third-Down Conversions ......................................... 5 of 11               3 of 15
       Penalties-Yards ...................................................... 6-50              7-63                  Fourth-Down Conversions ....................................... 0 of 0                  2 of 4
       Possession Time..................................................... 31:05              28:55                  Red-Zone Scores-Chances .......................................           5-5             1-1
       Third-Down Conversions ......................................... 5 of 12               7 of 14                 Sacks By: Number-Yards .........................................         5-43             2-8
       Fourth-Down Conversions ....................................... 2 of 2                  1 of 3        RUSHING:
       Red-Zone Scores-Chances .......................................         4-5              1-3
                                                                                                             Coastal Carolina - HEIGHT, Jeremy 12-97, TD; HILLARY, Aramis 10-58; TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo 8-54, TD; WHIT-
       Sacks By: Number-Yards .........................................       2-14              0-0
                                                                                                             ENER, Marcus 7-45; SMALL, Travis 5-35; ROSS, Alex 5-27; MASTROMATTEO, Niccolo 1-17; TEAM 1-minus 2.
RUSHING:                                                                                                     VMI - TURNER, Jabari 7-23; AUGUSTINE, A.J. 3-18; ZIGLAR, Derrick 7-14; SHIRLEY, Cody 2-9; ROGERS, James
SBU - MAYSONET, Miguel 26-233, 2 TDs; COKER, Marcus 11-64; TEAM 1-(-2); ESSINGTON, Kyle 4-(-12).             1-minus 5; KORDENBROCK, Eric 5-minus 43.
Coastal Carolina - HEIGHT, Jeremy 15-89, 2 TDs; TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo 9-53; SMALL, Travis 7-32; HILLARY,
                                                                                                             PASSING:
Aramis 7-27.
                                                                                                             Coastal Carolina - HILLARY, Aramis 11-19-0-114, TD; ROSS, Alex 3-5-0-19.
PASSING:                                                                                                     VMI - KORDENBROCK, Eric 20-34-0-198; AUGUSTINE, A.J. 5-7-0-38, TD.
SBU - ESSINGTON, Kyle 10-13-0-181, 2 TDs.        Coastal Carolina - HILLARY, Aramis 23-36-0-271, TD.
                                                                                                             RECEIVING:
RECEIVING:                                                                                                   Coastal Carolina - HAZEL, Matt 3-21; MASTROMATTEO,Niccolo 3-20; BENNETT, DeMario 2-21, TD; HEIGHT,
SBU - NORRELL, Kevin 7-127, TD; GUSH, Jordan 2-50, TD; FENELON, Chris 1-4.                                   Jeremy 2-19; WESLEY, Akeem 1-27; DURAN, David 1-17; BLANKS, Tyrell 1-7; KENNEDY, Sammie 1-1.
Coastal Carolina - BENNETT, DeMario 7-91, TD; HAZEL, Matt 6-98; BLANKS, Tyrell 3-33; MASTROMATTEO,Niccolo    VMI - ROGERS, James 6-51; ROSS, Stefawn 5-89; TURNER, Jabari 3-21; BRIDGE, Dexter 3-16; PATTERSON,
3-18; TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo 2-17; DURAN, David 1-16; SMALL, Travis 1-(-2).                                     Samuel 2-20; SHIRLEY, Cody 2-5; ZIGLAR, Derrick 1-18; LEWIS, Aaron 1-10; WATTS, Deon 1-4; PICKENS,
COASTAL TACKLES LEADERS (UA-A): WILLIAMS, Pernell 4-9; BACKUS, Quinn 3-9; JOHNSON, Dontavais 4-4;            Phillip 1-2.
DAVIS, Quinton 3-5; HOUSTON, Johnnie 1-4; ALLEN, Andrew 0-4; JOHNSON, Matt 1-2; HARTSFIELD, Johnny 0-3;      COASTAL TACKLES LEADERS (UA-A): BACKUS, Quinn 4-5; HENDERSON, Tre 6-1; SAMPSON, Richie 2-4;
McCLURE, Mike, 0-3; SALLEY, Jeffery 0-3.                                                                     BLACKBURN, Colton 1-5; McCLURE, Mike 3-2; HOUSTON, Johnnie 2-2.
                       2012 COASTAL FOOTBALL RECAPS
              GAME 8: Oct. 27, 2012 - Brooks Stadium (6,732)                                                             GAME 9: Nov. 10, 2012 - Spangler Stadium (3,590)
COASTAL CAROLINA...........(HOMECOMING) ............... 36 COASTAL CAROLINA........................................... 55
vs Liberty .............................................................. 12 at Gardner-Webb ................................................. 33
CONWAY — For the third straight game, Coastal Carolina rushed for over 200 yards, including                  BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. — Redshirt freshman Alex Ross, playing for injured quarterback
99 by senior Jeremy Height, to down Liberty for CCU’s Homecoming.                                            Aramis Hillary, threw for 342 yards, including 151 to Niccolo Mastromatteo, and had 404 yards
    Quarterback Aramis Hillary was carted off the field due to an injury with 7:51 left in the               of total offense to lead the Chanticleers to a 55-33 win over Gardner-Webb.
fourth quarter. He accounted for 200 yards of total offense (87 rushing and 113 passing) and                     While Coastal finished with a 22-point win, the game was a seven-point contest at the start
completed 13-of-21 passes with a score. Quinn Backus finished with a career-high 15 stops,                   of the fourth quarter. Coastal scored at touchdown to start the fourth and scored TDs after
including 1.5 TFL and a sack, and pulled down his first career interception.                                 interceptions by Pernell Williams and LaDarius Hawthorne on Gardner-Webb’s first two drives
    The Chants out-gained the Flames 342 yards to 265, held Liberty to just 86 rushing yards                 of the quarter to put away the game.
and won the turnover battle 3-0.                                                                                 Overall, Coastal tallied 596 yards of total offense, the second-most single-game total in CCU
    Coastal took an early 8-0 lead. After punting on the first possession, Liberty got one first             history. Part of the day’s 596 yards came on CCU’s first drive of the second half, which covered
down then went for it on fourth-and three from the CCU 39. Josh Woodrum’s pass was picked                    99 yards in three plays to tie the CCU record for longest drive.
off by LaDarius Hawthorne, who returned the ball 66 yards for a touchdown. Austin Cain took                      Gardner-Webb tallied 547 yards of total offense as well and the 1,143 total yards between
a direct snap on the point-after try and scored for two points.                                              the two schools set a Big South record.
    Liberty answered with a five-play drive, capped by a 44-yard John Lunsford field goal.                       The 404 yards of total offense by Ross, who rushed 13 times for 62 yards and completed
    Neither team was very productive until the end of the second quarter due to the wet condi-               16-of-20 passes with 3 TDs and an interception, is the second-best single-game total in CCU
tions from the outer bands of Hurricane Sandy. Coastal managed just 156 yards of total offense               history and a record for a Big South freshman. Ross also had the fifth-best single-game effort
in the half and Liberty 98. However, 87 of those 156 yards came on CCU’s final drive of the                  for passing yards and he completed the longest and eighth-longest passes in school history.
half, which marked CCU’s longest of the season. Facing 3rd-and-1, Height took a handoff for a                    Mastromatteo’s 151 receiving yards ranks third (tied) in the CCU single-game list. The junior
simple dive up the middle, but was untouched and he out-ran the defense for a 46-yard score.                 added a 20-yard punt return to give him 171 all-purpose yards, the eighth-best single-game
                                                                                                             total in CCU history.
    Coastal opened up a 22-3 lead with just under six minutes to play in the third. Height struck
                                                                                                                 Not to be lost in the passing statistics is the fact that Coastal rushed for over 200 for the
for his second TD as he accounted for all six plays in a six-play scoring drive with runs of 7, 1,
                                                                                                             fourth straight game. Jeremy Height did most of the work early, gaining 65 yards on nine car-
4, 12, 26, and lastly 2 yards.
                                                                                                             ries with a score. Height also set the CCU single-season record for all-purpose yards, gaining
    Liberty answered with another field goal drive to make the score 22-6. Lunsford drilled a
                                                                                                             100 Saturday as he added eight receiving yards and 27 kick return yards.
50-yard field goal, marking the third longest field goal in Brooks Stadium history.
                                                                                                                 Lorenzo Taliaferro carried the workload through the third and early in fourth quarter, gaining
    To start the fourth quarter, the Chants were backed up on their own 10 and faced 3rd-                    48 yards on nine carries with two scores. Marcus Whitener secured the win, rushing six times
and-14 when Hillary scrambled and gained 19 yards. Two plays later Hillary hit DeMario Bennett               for 79 yards with two touchdowns.
for a 41-yard gain. Hillary then gained 14 yards and, three plays later, hit Chris Presley for a                 Defensively for the Chants, Quinton Davis had two sacks, while Quinn Backus had a team-
three-yard touchdown, marking Presley’s first reception of the season.                                       high 12 tackles. Tyler McCarthy, making his first start, had 11 tackles and Johnny Hartsfield
    The Flames answered again, marching 75 yards in 12 plays to make the score 29-12. Woo-                   provided a key PAT block in the first quarter.
drum hit Kelly six times for 50 yards in the drive, including a 19-yard score.
    On Liberty’s next offensive possession, Dontavais Johnson picked off Woodrum and re-                             Score by Quarters              1          2            3            4      Score
turned to ball to the Liberty 11 yard line. Three plays later, Alex Ross found junior Travis Small                   Coastal Carolina             12         15             7          21         55 Record: (5-4,3-1)
with a three-yard touchdown pass to put the Chants ahead 36-12.                                                      Gardner-Webb                 13           7           13            0        33 Record: (2-7,1-3)
                                                                                                             Scoring Summary:                                                                                  CCU GWU
       Score by Quarters               1          2            3            4      Score                     1st 09:24 GWU         COOK, Kenny 10 yd pass from BEATTY, Lucas (AUSTIN, Trever kick), 9-72 4:29     0   7
       Liberty                         3          0            3            6        12 Record: (3-5,2-1)          05:42 COASTAL HEIGHT, Jeremy 8 yd run (kick failed), 11-75 3:36                                6   7
       Coastal Carolina                8          7            7          14         36 Record: (4-4,2-1)          05:25 GWU       LITTLE, Kenny 78 yd run (Kick blocked by Johnny Hartsfield), 1-78 0:13         6  13
                                                                                                                   03:23 COASTAL MASTROMATTEO,Niccolo 22 yd pass from ROSS, Alex (kick failed), 5-63 1:55        12  13
Scoring Summary:                                                                                   LU CCU    2nd 12:12 COASTAL TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo 9 yd run (HEIGHT, Jeremy rush), 8-68 4:26                     20  13
1st 10:37 COASTAL HAWTHORNE, LaDarius 66 yd interception return (CAIN, Austin rush)                 0    8         07:47 GWU       LITTLE, Kenny 5 yd run (AUSTIN, Trever kick), 9-65 4:25                       20  20
     08:03 LIBERTY LUNSFORD, John 44 yd field goal, 5-35 2:24                                       3    8         04:15 COASTAL BENNETT, DeMario 60 yd pass from ROSS, Alex (CLAYTON, Grant kick), 3-77 0:56 27     20
2nd 01:37 COASTAL HEIGHT, Jeremy 46 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 9-87 3:48                           3   15   3rd 11:43 COASTAL MASTROMATTEO,Niccolo 81 yd pass from ROSS, Alex (CATRON kick), 3-99 1:14 34           20
3rd 05:41 COASTAL HEIGHT, Jeremy 2 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 6-67 1:55                            3   22         08:04 GWU       COOK, Kenny 5 yd pass from BEATTY, Lucas (AUSTIN kick), 7-77 3:32             34  27
     02:58 LIBERTY LUNSFORD, John 50 yd field goal, 8-34 2:38                                       6   22         04:30 GWU       BLOUNT, Juanne 6 yd run (kick failed), 5-66 2:08                              34  33
4th 11:22 COASTAL PRESLEY, Chris 3 yd pass from HILLARY, Aramis (CATRON, Alex kick), 10-86 4:42 6       29   4th 11:48 COASTAL TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo 7 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 10-50 3:12                      41  33
     08:11 LIBERTY KELLY, Pat 19 yd pass from WOODRUM, Josh (pass failed), 11-75 3:10              12   29         08:32 COASTAL WHITENER, Marcus 10 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 5-33 2:13                       48  33
     01:56 COASTAL SMALL, Travis 3 yd pass from ROSS, Alex (CATRON, Alex kick), 3-11 1:35          12   36         03:24 COASTAL WHITENER, Marcus 39 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 4-59 2:15                       55  33
                                                                               LIBERTY     COASTAL                                                                                          COASTAL         GWU
        FIRST DOWNS ........................................................      20           15                    FIRST DOWNS ........................................................      24            21
        RUSHES-YARDS (NET) ............................................ 30-86               39-226                   RUSHES-YARDS (NET) ............................................ 38-254               37-226
        PASSING YDS (NET) ...............................................        179          116                    PASSING YDS (NET) ...............................................        342           321
        Passes Att-Comp-Int ............................................... 43-25-3         22-14-0                  Passes Att-Comp-Int ............................................... 30-16-1          32-22-2
        TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS .............................. 73-265                     61-342                   TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS .............................. 68-596                      69-547
        Fumble Returns-Yards.............................................         0-0          0-0                   Fumble Returns-Yards.............................................         0-0           0-0
        Punt Returns-Yards ................................................       1-3         3-26                   Punt Returns-Yards ................................................      1-20           1-7
        Kickoff Returns-Yards ............................................. 5-104             3-47                   Kickoff Returns-Yards .............................................      6-79          7-76
        Interception Returns-Yards .....................................          0-0         3-98                   Interception Returns-Yards .....................................         2-11          1-12
        Punts (Number-Avg) ............................................... 6-40.0            7-28.4                  Punts (Number-Avg) ............................................... 3-33.7             4-40.8
        Fumbles-Lost..........................................................    1-0          0-0                   Fumbles-Lost..........................................................    0-0           1-0
        Penalties-Yards ......................................................   6-50         8-59                   Penalties-Yards ......................................................   2-30          9-85
        Possession Time..................................................... 31:25           28:35                   Possession Time..................................................... 25:29            34:31
        Third-Down Conversions ......................................... 6 of 17            9 of 16                  Third-Down Conversions ......................................... 8 of 13             7 of 12
        Fourth-Down Conversions ....................................... 1 of 2               0 of 0                  Fourth-Down Conversions ....................................... 0 of 0                0 of 1
        Red-Zone Scores-Chances .......................................           1-1          3-3                   Red-Zone Scores-Chances .......................................           4-4           4-4
        Sacks By: Number-Yards .........................................          0-0         2-15                   Sacks By: Number-Yards .........................................         4-33           1-8
RUSHING:                                                                                                     RUSHING:
Liberty - ALLEN, Aldreakis 16-50; HOLLOWAY,Sirchauncey 10-33; WOODRUM, Josh 4-3.                             Coastal Carolina - WHITENER, Marcus 6-79, 2 TDs; HEIGHT, Jeremy 9-65, TD; ROSS, Alex 13-62; TALIAFERRO,
Coastal Carolina - HEIGHT, Jeremy 12-99, 2 TDs; HILLARY, Aramis 10-87; TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo 8-22; SMALL,      Lorenzo 9-48, 2 TDs; SMALL, Travis 1-0.
Travis 5-12; ROSS, Alex 2-10; TEAM 2-minus 4.                                                                Gardner-Webb - LITTLE, Kenny 18-152, 2 TDs; BLOUNT, Juanne 11-59, TD; HEARD, Carlton 1-27; HUBBARD,
PASSING:                                                                                                     J.J. 3-21; BEATTY, Lucas 4-minus 33.
Liberty - WOODRUM, Josh 25-42-3-179, TD; TEAM 0-1-0-0.                                                       PASSING:
Coastal Carolina - HILLARY, Aramis 13-21-0-113, TD; ROSS, Alex 1-1-0-3, TD.                                  Coastal Carolina - ROSS, Alex 16-30-1-342, 3 TDs.
RECEIVING:                                                                                                   Gardner-Webb - BEATTY, Lucas 22-32-2-321, 2 TDs
Liberty - KELLY, Pat 16-122, TD; DUTRA, Elliott 3-10; ALLEN, Aldreakis 2-11; GUNN, Justin 1-11; GLOVER,      RECEIVING:
Jaquan 1-9; HOLLOWAY,Sirchauncey 1-8; APON, Brandon 1-8.                                                     Coastal Carolina - HAZEL, Matt 6-67; MASTROMATTEO,Niccolo 4-151, 2 TDs; BENNETT, DeMario 2-69, TD;
Coastal Carolina - BENNETT, DeMario 3-53; HAZEL, Matt 3-23; MASTROMATTEO,Niccolo 3-16; HEIGHT, Jeremy        BLANKS, Tyrell 2-39; WESLEY, Akeem 1-8; HEIGHT, Jeremy 1-8.
2-12; BLANKS, Tyrell 1-6; PRESLEY, Chris 1-3, TD; SMALL, Travis 1-3, TD.                                     Gardner-Webb - COOK, Kenny 8-119, 2 TDs; HEARD, Carlton 4-79; SWINTON, Deonte 3-32; LITTLE, Kenny 3-25;
INTS: LU - None. CCU - HAWTHORNE, LaDarius 1-66, TD; JOHNSON, Dontavais 1-32; BACKUS, Quinn 1-0.             BLOUNT, Juanne 2-41; SMITH, Hudson 1-18; CRANFILL, Seth 1-7.
COASTAL TACKLES LEADERS (UA-A): BACKUS, Quinn 7-8; HAWTHORNE, LaDarius 7-2; McCLURE, Mike 1-6;               INTS: CCU - WILLIAMS, Pernell 1-7; HAWTHORNE, LaDarius 1-4. GWU - WITTENBERGER, Brian 1-12.
JOHNSON, Dontavais 5-0; SALLEY, Jeffery 2-3; HOUSTON, Johnnie 3-0; JACOBS, Andrae 2-1; SAMPSON, Richie       COASTAL TACKLES LEADERS (UA-A): BACKUS, Quinn 5-7; McCARTHY, Tyler 6-5; HAWTHORNE, LaDarius 8-1;
2-1; KELLEY, Arthur 0-3.                                                                                     WILLIAMS, Pernell 2-4; HOUSTON, Johnnie 2-3; DAVIS, Quinton 2-3; McCLURE, Mike 3-1.
                       2012 COASTAL FOOTBALL RECAPS
     GAME 10: Nov. 10, 2012 - Bailey Memorial Stadium (4,381)                                                              GAME 11: Nov. 17, 2012 - Brooks Stadium (7,037)
COASTAL CAROLINA........................................... 65 COASTAL CAROLINA........................................... 41
at Presbyterian ...................................................... 7 vs Charleston Southern ..................................... 20
CLINTON — After missing the previous week’s game with an injury, quarterback Aramis Hillary                   CONWAY — Coastal Carolina cruised to a 41-20 victory over Charleston Southern on Seneior
tied a school and Big South record with five touchdown passes - all in the first half with two to             Day at Brooks Stadium to earn a share of the 2012 Big South Championship. The Chanticleers
Matt Hazel - and finished with 261 yards passing, while Marcus Whitener added 143 rushing                     (7-4 overall) finished 5-1 in the conference, tied with Liberty and Stony Brook. However, the
yards and two scores, in the Chanticleers’ 65-7 win at Presbyterian.                                          Chants earned the Big South’s automatic bid to the FCS playoffs by virtue of the tiebreaker.
    Coastal established a school record with 44 points in the first half, the most since scoring                  Coastal, for a school-record the sixth consecutive game, rushed for over 200 yards, gaining
42 in the first half versus Savannah State in 2006. The 65 total points would finish fourth on the            252 and rushing for five touchdowns. Aramis Hillary rushed for a career-high 115 yards and a
CCU school list. Coastal also posted single-game top 10 performances in total offense (second                 touchdown, while completing 12-of-22 passes for 102 yards.
with 625), most all-purpose yards (second with 752), nine touchdowns (third-tied with 9), rush-                   Against the Buccaneers, the Chants sprinted out to a 21-0 second-quarter lead and led by
ing yards (seventh with 365) and average yards per play in total offense fourth-tied with 8.8).               double-digits the entire way. This is the fifth consecutive CCU win by 20-plus points, setting a
    Coastal scored nine touchdowns on 12 possessions with one drive ending in an intercep-                    Big South record.
tion, one ending as the first half came to a close and one ending on a punt. The Chants con-                      Quinn Backus led Coastal’s defense with 16 tackles to set the CCU single-season record,
verted its first 11 third downs before punting on their final drive of the game.                              now with 123. Backus added an interception, forced fumble and two tackles for loss.
    Hillary, who played only the opening series of the second half without a pass attempt, finished               Coastal raced out to a 21-0 lead thanks to a two-yard TD by Lorenzo Taliaferro, a four-yard
the game by completing 19-of-22 passes. He completed nine of his first 10 passes for 74 yards,                TD by Hillary and a two-yard TD by Height.
including a 7-yard TD to Kenny Jones and a 23-yard TD to Hazel. On the first play of the second                   Charleston Southern trimmed its deficit to 21-7 as time expired in the first half. Briar Van
quarter, he threw an interception, his first in a CCU record 190 consecutive attempts dating back             Brunt connected with Corvaughn Archie for 34 yards to the CCU seven with two seconds left.
to the last drive of the first quarter versus Eastern Kentucky. From that point, Hillary completed            Derek Hatcher then hit Larry Jones III for a seven-yard score as time expired.
10 of his last 11 for 187 yards with TD passes of 43 yards to David Duran, 50 yards to DeMario                    On the opening drive of the second half, Coastal took 10 plays and 4:28 to reach the end
Bennett and 11 yards to Hazel. He added 81 rushing yards came on seven carries (11.6 avg.).
                                                                                                              zone. Hillary had completions of 18 and 12 yards to Niccolo Mastromatteo. Then, facing fourth-
    Whitener, who had three carries for six yards in the first half, turned in the ninth-best single-
                                                                                                              and-two on the CSU 19, Hillary connected with Thomas Pauciello to the one. Two plays later,
game rushing total with his 143 yards. He averaged 11.0 yards on his 13 carries with TDs of
                                                                                                              Whitener found paydirt and Austin Cain ran in the two-point play for a 29-7 lead.
four and 61 yards. He helped Coastal rush for over 200 yards for the fifth straight week, tying
                                                                                                                  The Buccaneers matched the touchdown on their ensuing drive when Teddy Allen scored
a CCU record set in 2004. Hazel led all receivers with six catches for 78 yards.
                                                                                                              from five yards out. The Buccaneers tried to answer Coastal’s two-point play, but Dontavais
    Niccolo Mastromatteo became the Big South’s all-time leader in punt return yards, now with
536, thanks to an 87-yard punt return for a touchdown.                                                        Johnson picked off Dixon and returned it 100 yards for a CCU defensive two-point play.
    The Chants established a Big South record by successfully converting a pair of two-point                      Hillary had a 21-yard rush before Whitener had runs of eight and two yards, the second for
conversions. First, Austin Cain threw a jump pass to Thomas Pauciello, then Cain took the                     a TD, to give Coastal a 38-13 lead. On the first play of Charleston Southern’s ensuing drive,
direct snap and reached the end zone.                                                                         LaDarius Hawthorne picked off his third pass of the season. Again, Hillary had a big play to set
    On defense, Coastal did allow a 56-yard touchdown, but it was the Blue Hose only score                    up a score thanks to a 46-yard run. While the drive stalled, Alex Catron split the uprights from
and the CCU defense surrendered just 91 total passing yards for the game.                                     36 yards out to give Coastal a 41-13 lead.
                                                                                                                  The Bucs would not go away quietly as Dixon found tight end Nathan Prater for a 37-yard
       Score by Quarters               1          2            3            4      Score                      score. The point after provided the 41-20 final. time ran out. .
       Coastal Carolina              22         22            14            7        65 Record: (6-4,4-1)
       Presbyterian                    0          7            0            0         7  Record: (2-8,0-5)            Score by Quarters               1         2            3            4     Score
                                                                                                                      Charleston Southern             0         7            6            7       20 Record: (5-6,3-3)
Scoring Summary:                                                                                  CCU   PC
1st 12:00 COASTAL JONES, Kenny 10 yd pass from HILLARY (PAUCIELLO pass CAIN), 9-72 3:00              8    0           Coastal Carolina              14          7           17            3       41 Record: (7-4,5-1)
     10:03 COASTAL MASTROMATTEO,Niccolo 87 yd punt return (CATRON, Alex kick)                       15    0   Scoring Summary:                                                                                     CSU CCU
     03:36 COASTAL HAZEL, Matt 23 yd pass from HILLARY, Aramis (CATRON, Alex kick), 8-76 2:49 22          0   1st 07:02 COASTAL TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo 2 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 6-37 2:17                           0  7
2nd 11:50 PC          HALLUMS, Jordan 56 yd pass from GRIFFIN, Kaleb (MAYES, Aaron kick), 6-76 3:01 22    7         01:54 COASTAL HILLARY, Aramis 4 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 7-39 2:24                             0 14
     09:48 COASTAL DURAN, David 43 yd pass from HILLARY, Aramis (CAIN, Austin rush), 5-63 2:02 30         7   2nd 02:14 COASTAL HEIGHT, Jeremy 2 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 11-58 4:11                               0 21
     07:45 COASTAL BENNETT, DeMario 50 yd pass from HILLARY, Aramis (CATRON kick), 2-66 1:00 37           7         00:00 CSU       JONES III, Larry 7 yd pass from HATCHER, Derek (HIGGINS, T.J. kick), 9-71 2:04 7    21
     01:40 COASTAL HAZEL, Matt 11 yd pass from HILLARY, Aramis (CATRON, Alex kick), 11-81 4:25 44         7   3rd 10:24 COASTAL WHITENER, Marcus 1 yd run (CAIN, Austin rush), 10-70 4:28                             7 29
3rd 08:52 COASTAL WHITENER, Marcus 4 yd run (CLAYTON, Grant kick), 8-80 4:03                        51    7         06:03 CSU       ALLEN, Teddy 5 yd run (DIXON, Malcolm pass intcpt), 10-52 4:11                   13 29
     02:47 COASTAL WHITENER, Marcus 61 yd run (CLAYTON, Grant kick), 4-72 1:58                      58    7         06:03 COASTAL JOHNSON, Dontavais PAT return,                                                     13 31
4th 06:45 COASTAL ROSS, Alex 10 yd run (CLAYTON, Grant kick), 13-55 8:06                            65    7         01:02 COASTAL WHITENER, Marcus 2 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 10-68 4:5                           13 38
                                                                               COASTAL    PRESBYTERIAN        4th 13:51 COASTAL CATRON, Alex 36 yd field goal, 7-37 1:32                                             13 41
        FIRST DOWNS ........................................................      26            10                  08:38 CSU       PRATER, Nathan 37 yd pass from DIXON (HIGGINS, T.J. kick), 10-75 5:06            20 41
        RUSHES-YARDS (NET) ............................................ 48-365               34-163                                                                                           CSU           COASTAL
        PASSING YDS (NET) ...............................................        260            91                    FIRST DOWNS ........................................................     18                20
        Passes Att-Comp-Int ............................................... 23-20-1          25-12-1                  RUSHES-YARDS (NET) ............................................ 49-201                  46-252
        TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS .............................. 71-625                      59-254                   PASSING YDS (NET) ...............................................       163               102
        Fumble Returns-Yards.............................................         0-0          0-0                    Passes Att-Comp-Int ............................................... 23-10-2            22-12-0
        Punt Returns-Yards ................................................      3-93          0-0                    TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS .............................. 72-364                         68-354
        Kickoff Returns-Yards .............................................      2-40        10-197                   Fumble Returns-Yards.............................................       0-0               0-0
        Interception Returns-Yards .....................................         1-17          1-14                   Punt Returns-Yards ................................................    2-12               0-0
        Punts (Number-Avg) ............................................... 1-43.0             6-48.5                  Kickoff Returns-Yards .............................................    5-99               3-50
        Fumbles-Lost..........................................................    0-0           2-1                   Interception Returns-Yards .....................................        0-0               2-0
        Penalties-Yards ......................................................   5-40          2-20                   Punts (Number-Avg) ............................................... 2-18.5               3-35.3
        Possession Time..................................................... 32:29            27:31                   Fumbles-Lost..........................................................  1-0                1-1
        Third-Down Conversions ......................................... 11 of 12            4 of 15                  Penalties-Yards ...................................................... 10-67              7-49
        Fourth-Down Conversions ....................................... 0 of 0                2 of 4                  Possession Time..................................................... 30:53               29:01
        Red-Zone Scores-Chances .......................................           4-5          0-0                    Third-Down Conversions ......................................... 6 of 17                9 of 14
        Sacks By: Number-Yards .........................................         1-5           0-0                    Fourth-Down Conversions ....................................... 4 of 6                   1 of 1
RUSHING:                                                                                                              Red-Zone Scores-Chances .......................................         2-4               6-6
Coastal Carolina - WHITENER, Marcus 13-143, 2 TDs; HILLARY, Aramis 7-81; HEIGHT, Jeremy 9-62; SMALL,                  Sacks By: Number-Yards .........................................        1-2               1-9
Travis 9-42; TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo 4-15; KENNEDY, Bucky 4-12; ROSS, Alex 1-10, TD; CHURCH, Michael 1-0.         RUSHING:
Presbyterian - BYRD, Lance 14-87; ROUSE, Demarcus 10-53; RUIZ, Joel 2-14; GRIFFIN, Kaleb 3-7; RUFF, Michael   Charleston Southern - JOHNSON, Gabriel 7-57; ALLEN, Teddy 13-49, TD; DIXON, Malcolm 8-39; VAN BRUNT,
1-4; BAILEY, Anderico 1-2; SANDERS, Chad 1-0; GLENN, Devron 1-0; MORELAND, Seth 1-minus 4.                    Briar 4-31; DAVIS, Mike 11-29; HODO, Marquiz 6-minus 4.
PASSING:                                                                                                      Coastal Carolina - HILLARY, Aramis 14-115, TD; HEIGHT, Jeremy 14-68, TD; WHITENER, Marcus 14-55, 2 TDs;
Coastal Carolina - HILLARY, Aramis 19-22-1-261, 5 TDs; ROSS, Alex 1-1-0-minus 1.                              TALIAFERRO, Lorenzo 4-14, TD.
Presbyterian - GRIFFIN, Kaleb 10-22-1-88, TD; GARRICK, Tamyn 2-3-0-3.                                         PASSING:
RECEIVING:                                                                                                    Charleston Southern - DIXON, Malcolm 8-16-1-122, TD; HATCHER, Derek 1-3-0-7, TD; VAN BRUNT, Briar 1-3-0-
Coastal Carolina - HAZEL, Matt 6-78, 2 TDs; ISRAEL, John 2-48; HEIGHT, Jeremy 2-14; WESLEY, Akeem 2-9;        34; ALLEN, Teddy 0-1-1-0.     Coastal Carolina - HILLARY, Aramis 12-22-0-102.
MASTROMATTEO,Niccolo 2-5; BLANKS, Tyrell 2-4; BENNETT, DeMario 1-50, TD; DURAN, David 1-43, TD; JONES,        RECEIVING:
Kenny 1-10, TD; SMALL, Travis 1-minus 1.                                                                      Charleston Southern - JONES III, Larry 4-32, TD; PRATER, Nathan 2-58, TD; ARCHIE, Corvaughn 2-51; FRAZIER,
Presbyterian - BAILEY, Anderico 3-10; RUFF, Michael 2-minus 1; HALLUMS, Jordan 1-56, TD; ANTIGHA, Tobi        Zach 1-16; BROOME, Kirby 1-6.
1-12; MCKIE, Jeremiah 1-5; HOWARD, Derl 1-5; RUIZ, Joel 1-3; BYRD, Lance 1-3; WILLIAMS, Arthur 1-minus 2.     Coastal Carolina - MASTROMATTEO, Niccolo 5-49; WHITENER, Marcus 2-12; PAUCIELLO, Thomas 1-18;
                                                                                                              BLANKS, Tyrell 1-12; DURAN, David 1-9; HAZEL, Matt 1-4; HEIGHT, Jeremy 1-minus 2.
INTS: CCU - McCLURE, Mike 1-17.          PC - LYNN, Isaiah 1-14.
COASTAL TACKLES LEADERS (UA-A): BACKUS, Quinn 2-3; WILLIAMS, Pernell 2-3; HAWTHORNE, LaDarius 3-1;            INTS:        CSU - None.                CCU - BACKUS, Quinn 1-0; HAWTHORNE, LaDarius 1-0.
JOHNSON, Dontavais 3-1; BOYLES, Lorenzo 3-1; HOUSTON, Johnnie 3-0; CROWDER, Marcus 3-0; WHITESIDE,            COASTAL TACKLES LEADERS (UA-A): BACKUS, Quinn 8-8; JACOBS, Andrae 6-4; JOHNSON, Dontavais 4-3; Mc-
Dominique 3-0; BLACKBURN, Colton 3-0.                                                                         CARTHY, Tyler 3-3; WHITESIDE, Dominique 3-3; McCLURE, Mike 1-5; HOUSTON, Johnnie 3-1; DAVIS, Quinton 2-2.
                       2012 COASTAL FOOTBALL RECAPS
          GAME 12: Nov. 24, 2012 - Municipal Stadium (5,465)
COASTAL CAROLINA........(NCAA 1st Rd) ............ 24
at #22 Bethune-Cookman ................................. 14
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Coastal Carolina safety Johnnie Houston made four big plays, in-
cluding a 68-yard interception return for a touchdown, to lead the Chanticleers to a 24-14
victory over #22 Bethune-Cookman in the first round of the NCAA Championship.
    Houston finished with a half sack, two forced fumbles and the 68-yard interception. Overall,
Coastal’s defense held the Bethune-Cookman 10th-ranked rushing attack to 206 yards, includ-
ing just 36 yards on 21 attempts in the first half.
    Jeremy Height led the Chants with 78 yards on 16 carries, while Marcus Whitener added 72
and a score. Aramis Hillary completed 19-of-24 passes for 180 yards with an interception and
a three-yard touchdown to Matt Hazel.
    As the first quarter ended and the second began, Coastal broke the scoreless tie as Whitener
scored from 14 yards out on an option play run to perfection by Hillary for a 7-0 lead.
    On the ensuing Wildcat drive, Andrae Jacobs came through with an eight-yard sack to force
a punt. Nine plays later, on 2nd-and-goal, Hillary lofted a pass to the back left corner of the end
zone where Hazel out-jumped two defenders for a three-yard score and 14-0 lead.
    Coastal’s defense came up with another big play, this time forcing a turnover. B-CU quar-
terback Quentin Williams completed a pass to Jordan Murphy. Houston dislodged the ball and
Quinton Davis recovered it. The play was ruled down by contact on the field, but the play was
reversed in CCU’s favor as all plays in the NCAA postseason are automatically reviewed. While
the drive stalled after a Bethune-Cookman sack, Catron split the uprights from 35 yards out and
CCU took a 17-0 lead into the locker room at the break.
    Coastal opened the second half with two good drives before fumbling on the B-CU 22 and
reaching the B-CU two yard line before having a pass intercepted in the end zone.
    The Wildcats changed quarterbacks and the backup Brodrick Waters had a 56-yard rush to
the CCU 11. Coastal’s defense stiffened to force 4th-and-five from the CCU six and Bethune-
Cookman sent Sven Hurd on to kick a 22-yard field goal. However, a false start and unsports-
manlike penalty pushed the Wildcats back to the 26. After a timeout, the Wildcats decided to
go for it and Waters hit KJ Stroud in the back of the end zone. However, after official review,
Stroud was ruled to have his hand touch out of bounds to keep the score 17-0.
    Bethune-Cookman looked to be gaining momentum. However, Houston made his fourth big
play of the game, picking off a pass and returning it 68 yards for a touchdown, marking the
second-longest interception return in school history and giving Coastal a 24-0 lead.
    The pick proved key. After trading punts, Bethune-Cookman got on the scoreboard with
6:44 left as Williams to hit David Blackwell for a 74-yard touchdown. The 2-point play was good
to make the score 24-8. After Coastal missed a field goal, the Wildcats added another score
with 1:22 left on a 10-yard Isidore Jackson run, but failed on the two-point play.
    Coastal recovered the ensuing on-side kick, got a first down and ran out the clock for the win.

       Score by Quarters              1          2            3            4      Score
       Coastal Carolina               0        17             0            7        24     Record: (8-4)
       Bethune-Cookman                0          0            0          14         14     Record: (9-3)
Scoring Summary:                                                                                  CCU B-CU
2nd 13:50 COASTAL WHITENER, Marcus 14 yd run (CATRON, Alex kick), 6-75 2:07                          7   0
     07:23 COASTAL HAZEL, Matt 3 yd pass from HILLARY, Aramis (CATRON, Alex kick), 9-58 3:49       14    0
     03:05 COASTAL CATRON, Alex 35 yd field goal, 5-25 2:41                                        17    0
4th 10:26 COASTAL HOUSTON, Johnnie 68 yd interception return (CATRON, Alex kick)                   24    0
     06:44 BCU        BLACKWELL, David 74 yd pass from WILLIAMS, Quentin
                                                     (STROUD, KJ pass from WILLIAMS), 2-77 0:49    24    8
     01:22 BCU        JACKSON, Isidore 10 yd run (pass failed), 6-80 1:34                          24   14
                                                                              COASTAL         B-CU
       FIRST DOWNS ........................................................      23             18
       RUSHES-YARDS (NET) ............................................ 45-202                43-206
       PASSING YDS (NET) ...............................................        180            214
       Passes Att-Comp-Int ............................................... 24-19-1           23-9-1
       TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS .............................. 69-382                       66-420
       Fumble Returns-Yards.............................................         0-0           0-0
       Punt Returns-Yards ................................................       1-0           0-0
       Kickoff Returns-Yards .............................................      1-28          4-103
       Interception Returns-Yards .....................................         1-68           1-0
       Punts (Number-Avg) ............................................... 3-28.7             7-31.4
       Fumbles-Lost..........................................................    1-1           2-1
       Penalties-Yards ......................................................   2-10         10-108
       Possession Time..................................................... 32:38             25:59
       Third-Down Conversions ......................................... 4 of 11              6 of 14
       Fourth-Down Conversions ....................................... 0 of 2                 0 of 1
       Red-Zone Scores-Chances .......................................           3-5           1-2
       Sacks By: Number-Yards .........................................         4-44           1-6
RUSHING:
Coastal - HEIGHT, Jeremy 16-78; WHITENER, Marcus 11-72, TD; HILLARY, Aramis 11-38; SMALL, Travis 7-14.
Bethune-Cookman - WATERS, Brodrick 4-95; JACKSON, Isidore 18-77, TD; SCOTT, Rodney 8-38; WILLIAMS,
Quentin 13-minus 4.
PASSING:
Coastal Carolina - HILLARY, Aramis 19-24-1-180, TD.
Bethune-Cookman - WILLIAMS,Quentin 8-18-0-215; WATERS, Brodrick 1-5-1-minus 1.
RECEIVING:
Coastal Carolina - BENNETT, DeMario 4-44; BLANKS, Tyrell 4-43; HAZEL, Matt 3-29, TD ; MASTROMATTEO,Niccolo
3-27; HEIGHT, Jeremy 3-11; PAUCIELLO, Thomas 1-24; PRESLEY, Chris 1-2.
Bethune-Cookman - POOLE, Eddie 4-116; BLACKWELL, David 1-74, TD; JACKSON, Isidore 1-14; CLECKLEY,
Preston 1-11; MURPHY,Jordan 1-0; SCOTT, Rodney 1-minus 1.
INTS: CCU - HOUSTON, Johnnie 1-68, TD.         Bethune-Cookman - ADDISON,Nick 1-0.
CCU TACKLES LEADERS (UA-A): McCARTHY, Tyler 6-4; BACKUS, Quinn 6-3; McCLURE, Mike 2-4; DAVIS, Quin-
ton 2-4; JOHNSON, Dontavais 5-0; HAWTHORNE, LaDarius 4-1; HOLDER, Roderick 3-1; HOUSTON, Johnnie 2-2.
             COASTAL FOOTBALL THE LAST TIME...
            THE LAST TIME BY                      CHANTICLEER.....
                                                                                              Punt Blocked & Returned For TD: 4 yards by Lorenzo Boyles (blocked by Tyler Watkins) at
                                              A                                                     VMI (10-20-12)
                                                                                              Punt Blocked For Safety: NA
                                      RUSHING                                                 Blocked a PAT: by Johnny Hartsfield at Gardner-Webb (11-03-12)
20-30 Rushing Attempts: 20 by Jeremy Height vs North Carolina A&T (09-01-12)                  Blocked a FG: Dexter Holman at Western Carolina (11-19-11)
30-39 Rushing Attempts: 34 by Aundres Perkins at North Greenville (09-25-03)                  Returned Blocked FG for a TD: 94 yards by Tarvorris Jolly (blocked by Josh Norman) vs
100 Rushing Yards: 115 by Aramis Hillary vs Charleston Southern (11-17-12)                          Delaware State (09-25-10)
200 Rushing Yards: 244 by Mike Tolbert vs VMI (10-27-09)                                      Had a 50-plus Yard Punt: 55 by Austin Cain at VMI (10-20-12)
40 to 69-Yard Run (no touchdown): 46 by Aramis Hillary vs Charleston Southern (11-17-12)      45-Plus Yard Field Goal: 45 by Alex Catron vs Eastern Kentucky (09-15-12)
40 to 69-Yard Touchdown Run: 61 by Marcus Whitener at Presbyterian (11-10-12)                 Missed an Extra Point: by Alex Catron (2) at Gardner-Webb (11-03-12)
70-Yard plus Run (no touchdown): 76 by Tyler Thigpen at Gardner-Webb (11-11-06)               Two-Point Conversion By Rush: by Austin Cain vs Charleston Southern (11-17-12)
70-Yard plus Touchdown Run: 86 by Mike Tolbert vs VMI (10-27-09)                              Two-Point Conversion By Pass: by Thomas Pauciello from Austin Cain at Presbyterian (11-
2 Rushing Touchdowns: 2 by Marcus Whitener vs Charleston Southern (11-17-12)                        10-12)
3 Rushing Touchdowns: 3 by Mike Tolbert at Charleston Southern (11-17-07)                                                           DEFENSE
4-plus Rushing Touchdowns: 4 by Aundres Perkins vs Charleston Southern (11-20-04)             Had at least 10 Tackles: 10 by Tyler McCarthy at Bethune-Cookman (11-24-12)
Two Players with at Least 2 TDs Rushing: 2 by Marcus Whitener and Lorenzo Taliaferro at       Had at least 15 Tackles: 16 by Quinn Backus vs Charleston Southern (11-17-12)
       GWU (11-03-12)                                                                         Had 20-plus Tackles: 20 by Dominique Davenport vs Colgate (09-07-08)
Double 100-Yard Rushers: by Patrick Hall (195) and Ren McKinnon (116) vs Charleston           Had Three Tackles for Losses: 3.5 Mike McClure vs. North Carolina A&T (09-01-12)
       Southern (11-20-08)                                                                    Had 2.5 Sacks: 2.5 by Brooks Babaree at North Carolina A&T (09-27-08)
100 Yards Rushing and Receiving (Same Player): NA                                             Recorded a Safety: Andrew Allen (nine-yard sack) vs North Carolina A&T (09-01-12)
100-yard Rusher/100-yard Receiver: by Aramis Hillary (114) and Chris Presley (100) vs VMI     Intercepted a Pass: Johnnie Houston at Behtune-Cookman (11-24-12)
       (10-08-11)                                                                             Interception Return For TD: 86 yards by Johnnie Houston at Behtune-Cookman (11-24-12)
                                       PASSING                                                Two Interceptions in a Game: 2 by Dominique Davenport vs Western Illinois (11-27-10)
20 Pass Completions: 23 by Aramis Hillary vs Stony Brook (10-13-12)                           Three-Plus Ints in a Game: LaDarius Hawthorne vs North Carolina A&T (09-01-12)
25 Pass Completions: 25 by Zach MacDowall vs Liberty (11-13-10)                               Three-Plus Pass Break Ups in a Game: 3 by Josh Norman vs VMI (10-08-11)
30-plus Pass Completions: 30, Aramis HIllary at Toledo (09-22-12)                             Caused Fumble & Recovered Fumble in Same Game: Quinn Backus at Toledo (09-22-12)
Consecutive Completions: 16 by Zach MacDowall at VMI (11-06-10)                               Caused/Forced Fumble & Had INT in Same Game: Johnnie Houston (forced 2 fumbles and
30 Pass Attempts: 30 by Alex Ross at Gardner-Webb (11-03-12)                                         INT) at Bethune-Cookman (11-24-12).
35 Pass Attempts: 37 by Aramis Hillary vs Eastern Kentucky (09-15-12)                         Forced Two-plus Fumbles: 2 by Johnnie Houston at Behtune-Cookman (11-24-12)
40 Pass Attempts: 47, Aramis HIllary at Toledo (09-22-12)                                     Recovered Two-plus Fumbles: 3 by Sam Harper vs Jacksonville (11-13-04)
3 Touchdown Passes: by Alex Ross at Gardner-Webb (11-03-12)                                   Fumble Recovered/Returned For Touchdown: 31 yards by Brandon Autry at VMI (10-11-08
4 Touchdown Passes: by Tyler Thigpen vs Savannah State (11-04-06)                             Fumble Recovered For Touchdown: NA
5-plus Touchdown Passes: 5 by Aramis Hillary at Presbyterian (11-10-12)                       Defensive Extra Point: interception by Dontavais Johnson, returned 100 yards vs Charleston
250 Yards Passing: 261 by Aramis Hillary at Presbyterian (11-10-12)                                  Southern (11-17-12)
300 Yards Passing: 342 by Alex Ross at Gardner-Webb (11-03-12)
350 Yards Passing: 356 by Aramis Hillary at Toledo (09-22-12)
100 Yards Rushing and 200 Passing: by Aramis Hillary (114-245) vs. VMI (10-08-11)                         THE LAST TIME COASTAL CAROLINA.....
350 Yards Total Offense: 342 (81-261) by Aramis Hillary at Presbyterian (11-10-12)
400-plus Yards Total Offense: 404 (65-342) Alex Ross at Gardner-Webb (11-03-12)                                                     RUSHING
                                   SCORING TDs                                                Team   Had 50 Rushing Attempts: 56 at Western Carolina (11-19-11)
Responsible for at Least 3 TDs: 5 (pass) by Aramis Hillary at Presbyterian (11-10-12)         Team   Had 60 Rushing Attempts: 65 at Charleston Southern (11-17-07)
Responsible for 6-plus TDs: 6 (1-5) by Zach MacDowall vs Charleston Southern (11-20-10)       Team   Gained 330 Yards Rushing: 331 at VMI (10-20-12)
Scored 3 Touchdowns: 3 by Matt Hazel vs Liberty (11-13-10)                                    Team   Gained 350 Yards Rushing: 365 at Presbyterian (11-10-12)
Scored 4-plus Touchdowns: 4 by Aundres Perkins vs Charelston Southern (11-20-04)              Team   Gained 450-plus Yards Rushing: 490 vs Chowan (10-13-7)
Scored 15 Points: 18 by Matt Hazel vs Liberty (11-13-10)                                      Team   Failed To Gain 50 Yards Rushing: 13 vs Catawba (09-10-11)
Scored 20-plus Points: 20 by Mike Tolbert at Charleston Southern (11-17-07)                   Team   Failed To Gain 100 Yards Rushing: 76 at Toledo (09-22-12)
                                                                                              Team   Rushed for Five-plus Touchdowns: 5 vs Charleston Southern (11-17-12)
                                     RECEIVING
7 Receptions: 7 by DeMario Bennett vs Stony Brook (10-13-12)                                                                        PASSING
10-plus Receptions: 10 by Niccolo Mastromatteo vs Eastern Kentucky (09-15-12)                 Team   Completed 25-plus Passes: 30 at Toledo (09-22-12)
2 Touchdown Receptions: by Matt Hazel at Presbyterian (11-10-12)                              Team   Attempted 40-plus Passes: 47 at Toledo (09-22-12)
3-Plus Touchdown Receptions: 3 by Matt Hazel vs Liberty (11-13-10)                            Team   Gained 250 Yards Passing: 261 at Presbyterian (11-10-12)
Two Players with at Least 2 TD Receptions: NA                                                 Team   Gained 350 Yards Passing: 356 at Toledo (09-22-12)
100 Yards Receiving: 128 by Matt Hazel at Furman (09-08-12)                                   Team   Failed To Gain 100 Yards Passing: 13 at Stony Brook (10-29-11)
150 Yards Receiving: 151 by Niccolo Mastromatteo at Gardner-Webb (11-03-12)                   Team   Passed for Five-plus Touchdowns: 5 at Presbyterian (11-10-12)
200-plus Yards Receiving: 207 by Jerome Simpson at Georgia Southern (09-16-06)
Double 100-Yard Receivers: NA
50-Yard Reception (no TD): 55 by Matt Hazel from Aramis Hillary vs Stony Brook (10-13-12)

                                                                                                                      MOST                QUARTER.....
50-Yard TD Reception: 50 by DeMario Bennett from Aramis Hillary at PC (11-10-12)
60-plus Yard Reception (no TD): 62 by Marquel Willis from Zach MacDowall at Presbyterian                                         IN A
      (10-16-10)
60-plus Yard Touchdown Reception: 60 by DeMario Bennett from Alex Ross at Gardner-                                          COASTAL CAROLINA
      Webb (11-03-12)                                                                         Points: 28; 2nd Q vs Savannah State (11-04-06)
80-plus Yard Touchdown Reception: 81 by Niccolo Mastromatteo from Alex Ross at Gard-          Team Yards Rushing: 192; 2nd Q vs Chowan (10-15-07)
      ner-Webb (11-03-12)                                                                     Team Yards Passing: 167; 4th Q vs Liberty (10-04-08)
Rushing and Receiving Touchdown: (1-1) by Eric O’Neal vs Charleston Southern (11-20-10)       Team Yards Total Offense: 241; 1st Q at VMI (10-20-12)
Passing and Receiving Touchdown: (1-1) by DeMario Bennett at Liberty (10-15-11)               Individual Yards Rushing: 148; Mike Tolbert 4th Q vs VMI (10-27-07)
150 All-Purpose Yards: 171 (0 rush; 151 rec; 20 ret) by Niccolo Mastromatteo at Gardner-      Individual Yards Passing: 167; Zach MacDowall 4th Q vs Liberty (10-04-08)
      Webb (11-03-12)                                                                         Individual Yards Receiving: 129; Jerome Simpson 4th Q vs. James Madison (09-10-05)
200-plus All-Purpose Yards: 217 (49 rush; 38 rec; 130 ret) by Jeremy Height at Toledo
      (09-22-12)
                                                                                                                                   OPPONENT
                                 SPECIAL TEAMS                                                Points: 24; 3rd Q at Georgia (09-17-11)
Kickoff Return For Touchdown: 86 yards by Tre Henderson vs Gardner-Webb (10-22-11)            Team Yards Rushing: 200; 4th Q vs Georgia Southern (09-15-07)
Returned Opening Kick for a Touchdown: NA                                                     Team Yards Passing: 204; 4th Q vs Davidson (09-11-04)
Returned a Kickoff 50 Yards: 63 by Jeremy Height at Furman (09-08-12)                         Team Yards Total Offense: 246; 1st Q at Appalachian State (09-29-12) and 3rd Q at VMI
Returned a Kickoff 75-plus Yards: 87 yards by Tre Henderson at Appalachian State (09-29-12)          (10-11-08)
Punt Return For Touchdown: 87 yards by Niccolo Mastromatteo at PC (11-10-12)                  Individual Yards Rushing: 177; Monte Purvus 3rd Q vs Winston-Salem State (09-08-07)
Returned a Punt 40 Yards: 40 by Niccolo Mastromatteo at Charleston Southern (11-12-11)        Individual Yards Passing: 204; Damion White 4th Q vs Davidson (09-11-04)
Returned a Punt 75-plus Yards: 87 yards by Niccolo Mastromatteo at PC (11-10-12)              Individual Yards Receiving: 92; Terriun Crump 1st Q vs. Western Illinois (11-27-10)
Blocked a Punt: by Tyler Watkins at VMI (10-20-12)
                              COASTAL FOOTBALL RECORDS
COASTAL CAROLINA SINGLE-GAME RECORDS                                                             Kick Return TDs: 1, Tre Henderson (2011) and Arthur Sitton (2007)
                                                                                                 Interception Return Yards: 107, Dominique Davenport (2010)
Rushes: 34, Aundres Perkins at North Greenville (09-25-03)                                       Interceptions: 8, Josh Norman (2009)
Net Yards: 224 (13 carries), Mike Tolbert vs. VMI (10-27-07)                                     Interception Return TDs: 2, Dominque Davenport (2010)
Rushing TDs Scored: 4, Aundres Perkins vs. Charleston Southern (11-20-04)                        Total Tackles: 132 (62-70), Quinn Backus (2012)
Longest Rush from Scrimmage: 86, Mike Tolbert vs. VMI (10-27-07)                                 Unassisted Tackles: 83, Jamar Leath (2006)
Passes Attempted: 47, Aramis Hillary at Toledo (09-22-12)                                        Assisted Tackles: 77, Jamar Leath (2005)
Passes Completed: 30, Aramis Hillary at Toledo (09-22-12)                                        Tackles for Loss: 16.0 (12-8), Maurice Simpkins (2003)
Passing Yards: 382, Zach MacDowall vs. Liberty (11-13-10 and 10-04-08)                           Quarterback Sacks: 7.0 (6-2), Kelvin McIver (2004)
Touchdown Passes: 5, Zach MacDowall vs Charleston Southern (11-20-10)                            Fumbles Forced: 5, D.J. Rice (2007)
Interceptions: 4, Zach MacDowall vs Western Illinois (11-27-10)                                  Fumbles Recovered: 4, Sam Harper (2004)
Longest Pass Completion: 81, Alex Ross to Niccolo Mastromatteo at Gardner-Webb (11-03-12)        Pass Breakups: 12, Josh Norman (2011) and Quinton Teal (2004)
Highest Pct. of Completions (min 20 att.): 81.5 (22-27), Tyler Thigpen at Gardner-Webb           Blocked Kicks: 2, Josh Norman (2009) and Quinton Teal (2005)
     (11-11-06)
Highest Passing Efficiency: 261.7, Zach MacDowall vs. Charleston Southern (11-20-10)
Consecutive Completions: 16, Zach MacDowall at VMI (11-06-10)
                                                                                                 COASTAL CAROLINA CAREER RECORDS
                                                                                                 Rushing Yards: 2,343, Aundres Perkins (2003-06)
Passes Caught: 10, Rodney Burgess at Jacksonville (9-20-03); Jerome Simpson vs. James Madi-      Rushing Attempts: 432, Aundres Perkins (2003-06)
     son (9-10-05)                                                                               Rushing TDs: 46, Aundres Perkins (2003-06)
Yards Receiving: 207 (8 catches), Jerome Simpson at Ga. Southern (9-16-06)                       Average Yards Per Rush (min. 250 att.): 6.10 (363-2,214), Patrick Hall (2003-05)
TD Receptions: 3, Matt Hazel vs. Liberty (11/06/10) and Jerome Simpson vs. Charleston (WV)       Average Rushing Yards Per Game (min. 30 games.): 67.1 (33-2,214), Patrick Hall (2003-05)
     (10-9-04)                                                                                   Pass Attempts: 879, Tyler Thigpen (2003-06)
Total Offense Plays (rush/pass): 51 (7/44), Zach MacDowall vs. Liberty (10-4-08)                 Pass Completions: 494, Zach MacDowall (2008-10)
Total Offense Yards Gained (rush/pass): 425 (119/306), Tyler Thigpen at Gardner-Webb             Passing Yards: 6,598, Tyler Thigpen (2003-06)
     (11-11-06)                                                                                  Passing TDs: 53, Tyler Thigpen (2003-06)
All Purpose Yards: 266, Mike Tolbert vs. VMI (10-27-07)                                          Passing Interceptions: 33, Zach MacDowall (2008-10)
Points Scored: 24, Aundres Perkins vs. Charleston Southern (11-20-04)                            Consecutive Pass Attempts without an INT: 190 by Aramis Hillary (9/15-11/10 2012)
TDs Scored: 4, Aundres Perkins vs. Charleston Southern (11-20-04)                                Consecutive Games with a TD Pass: 12, Tyler Thigpen (all games in 2006 season)
Longest Scoring Play: 94-yard return of a blocked FG (blocked by Josh Norman), Tarvorris Jolly   Pass Completion Percentage: 65.5 (366-564), Aramis Hillary (2010-pres)
     vs. Delaware State (9-25-10)                                                                Passing Efficiency: 142.1, Aramis Hillary (2010-pres)
Extra Points Made: 10, Justin Durham vs. Charleston Southern (11-20-10)                          Pass Yards Per Game (min. 30 games): 187.1 (34-6,360), Zach MacDowall (2008-10)
Extra Points Attempted: 10, Justin Durham vs. Charleston Southern (11-20-10)                     Pass Reception Yards: 2,720, Jerome Simpson (2004-07)
Points Scored by Kicking: 16, Josh Hoke vs. North Greenville (9-25-04)                           Pass Receptions: 161, Jerome Simpson (2004-07)
FGs Attempted: 5, three times                                                                    Pass Reception TDs: 44, Jerome Simpson (2004-07)
FGs Made: 4, Josh Hoke vs. Elon (9-2-06)                                                         Average Yards Per Catch (min. 50 rec.): 16.89 (161-2,720) Jerome Simpson (2004-07)
Longest FG Made: 49, Josh Hoke vs. Delaware State (9-24-05)                                      Total Offense Yards (rush-pass): 8,236 (1638-6598), Tyler Thigpen (2003-06)
Punts: 9, six times —last Austin Cain at Appalachian State (09-29-12)                            TDs Responsible for: 66, Tyler Thigpen (2003-06)
Yards Punting: 351 (9 punts), Ben Erdman at Richmond (10-02-10)                                  Total Offense Per Game (min. 30 games): 210.0 (34-7,139), Zach MacDowall (2008-10)
Longest Punt: 59, Ben Erdman vs. Presbyterian (10-20-07)                                         All Purpose Yards: 2,839, Eric O’Neal (2007-10)
Most Punts Downed Inside the Opponents 20: 4, Austin Cain vs. Gardner-Webb (10-22-11)            All Purpose Yards Per Game (min. 30 games.): 71.0 (40-2,839), Eric O’Neal (2007-10)
Longest Punt Return: 91 (TD), Niccolo Mastromatteo vs Charleston Southern (11-20-10)             Total Points Scored: 297 (177 PAT, 40 FG), Josh Hoke (2003-06)
Longest Kick Return: 87, Tre Henderson at Appalachian State (09-29-12)                           TDs Scored: 47 (46 rush, 1 rec) Aundres Perkins (2003-06)
Longest Interception Return: 74, Quinton Teal at Savannah State (11-5-05)                        PAT Kicks Made: 177, Josh Hoke (2003-06)
Longest Fumble Return: 31, Brandon Autry at VMI (10-11-08)                                       PAT Kicks Attempted: 183, Josh Hoke (2003-06)
Punt Returns: 6, Jamar Anderson vs. Chowan (10-13-07)                                            FG Made: 42, Justin Durham (2007-10)
Punt Return Yards: 125 (4 returns), Niccolo Mastromatteo vs Charleston Southern (11-20-10)       FG Attempted: 66, Justin Durham (2007-10)
Kick Returns: 7, Kenny Jones vs. Liberty (10-4-08)                                               Punt Yards: 7,274, Ben Erdman (2007-10)
Kick Return Yards: 166 (5 return), Darnell Williams at North Greenville (9-25-03)                Punt Attempts: 206, Ben Erdman (2007-10)
Interception Returns: 3, Dontavais Johnson vs North Carolina A&T (9-1-12); Josh Norman vs.       Punt Return Yards: 536, Niccolo Mastromatteo (2010-pres.)
     Gardner-Webb (11-7-09); Marrio Norman vs. Presbyterian (10-20-07)                           Punt Returns: 60, Niccolo Mastromatteo (2010-pres.)
Interception Return Yards: 74 (1 ret.), Quinton Teal at Savannah State (11-5-05)                 Punt Return TDs: 2, Greg Williamson (2003-04)
Tackles: 20 (11-9), Dominique Davenport vs. Colgate (9-7-08)                                     Kick Return Yards: 1190, Tre Henderson (2009-pres.)
QB Sacks: 3.0 (3-0), Maurice Simpkins at Charleston Southern (11-22-03)                          Kick Returns: 51, Tre Henderson (2009-pres.) and Arthur Sitton (2005-08)
Tackles for Loss: 3.5, Mike McClure vs. North Carolina A&T (9-1-12); Maurice Simpkins —twice     Kick Return TDs: 1, Arthur Sitton (2005-08)
     in 2003.                                                                                    Interception Return Yards: 225, Keon Cunningham (2007-10)
Fumbles Forced: 2, four times                                                                    Interceptions: 17, Quinton Teal (2003-06)
Pass Breakups: 4, Quinton Teal vs. Charleston (WV) (10-9-04)                                     INT Return for TDs: 2, Keon Cunningham (2007-10) and Dominique Davenport (2006-10)
COASTAL CAROLINA SEASON RECORDS                                                                  Total tackles: 364 (167-197), Jamar Leath (2003-06)
                                                                                                 Unassisted Tackles: 167, Jamar Leath (2003-06)
Rushing Yards: 1,107, Patrick Hall (2004)                                                        Assisted Tackles: 197, Jamar Leath (2003-06)
Rushing Attempts: 179, Eric O’Neal (2010)                                                        Tackles for Loss: 34.0 (25-18), Adrain Grady (2003-07)
Rushing TDs: 14, Aundres Perkins (2003)                                                          Quarterback Sacks: 17.0 (15-4), Phillip Oboh (2006-08)
Pass Attempts: 347, Zach MacDowall (2010)                                                        Fumbles Forced: 6, Jamar Leath (2003-06)
Pass Completions: 217, Tyler Thigpen (2006)                                                      Fumbles Recovered: 5, Sam Harper (2003-06)
Passing Yards: 3,296, Tyler Thigpen (2006)                                                       Pass Breakups: 35, Josh Norman (2008-11)
Passing TDs: 29, Tyler Thigpen (2006)                                                            Passes Defended: 48, Josh Norman (2008-11) and Quinton Teal (2003-06)
Passing Interceptions: 16, Zach MacDowell (2010)                                                 Blocked Kicks: 4, Josh Norman (2008-pres.) and Braden Cannon (2003-06)
Pass Reception Yards: 1,077, Jerome Simpson (2006)
Pass Receptions: 61, Jerome Simpson (2006)
Pass Reception TDs: 16, Jerome Simpson (2006)
Total Offense Yards: 3,952, Tyler Thigpen (2006)
TDs Responsible For: 34, Tyler Thigpen (2006)
All Purpose Yards: 1,487, Jeremy Height (2012)
Total Points Scored: 96 (16 TD), Jerome Simpson (2006)
TDs Scored: 16 (16 Rcv), Jerome Simpson (2006)
PAT Kicks Made: 53, Josh Hoke (2004)
PAT Kicks Attempted: 54, Josh Hoke (2004)
FGs Made: 14, Josh Hoke (2005)
FGs Attempted: 22, Josh Hoke (2005)
Punt Yards: 2,392, Josh Hoke (2003)
Punt Attempts: 64, Josh Hoke (2003)
Average Yards/Punt (min. 5 attempts): 37.96 (48-1822), Ben Erdman (2008)
Punt Return Yards: 247, Niccolo Mastromatteo (2010)
Punt Returns: 32, Niccolo Mastromatteo (2010)
Punt Return TDs: 1, Niccolo Mastromatteo (2010 and 2012)
Kick Return Yards: 523, Arthur Sitton (2007)
Kick Returns: 27, Niccolo Mastromatteo (2011)

				
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